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George Andreani

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George Andreani
George Andreani

George Andreani, pseudonym Josef Dvořáček[1] (born as Josef Kumok, 28 February 1901 in Warsaw, Poland - 2 April 1979 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) was a Polish composer, film score composer, pianist, conductor, and actor. He was noted for his scores of some 75 Argentine films during the Golden Age of Argentine cinema from 1937 to 1959. Aside from his prolific work as a score composer, he was also conductor of the Orquesta Sinfónica Schenley in the 1940s.[2]

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Filmography as composer

As Josef Kumok:[3]

  • 1932: Lelíček ve službách Sherlocka Holmese
  • 1932: Načeradec král kibiců
  • 1932: Právo na hřích
  • 1932: Tisíc za jednu noc
  • 1933: Její lékař
  • 1933: Madla z cihelny
  • 1933: Okénkocs
  • 1933: Rozmary mládí
  • 1933: Sejde s očí, sejde s mysli...
  • 1934: Dokud máš maminku
  • 1934: Grand Hotel Nevada
  • 1934: Hudba srdcí
  • 1934: Zlatá Kateřina
  • 1935: Raging Barbora
  • 1935: Pan otec Karafiát
  • 1936: Le Golem
  • 1936: Naše XI.
  • 1936: Sextánka
  • 1937: Děvčátko z venkova
  • 1938: Bílá vrána

As George Andreani:

References

  1. ^ "Z Vokounova dubnového kalendária" (in Czech). www.musicopen.cz. Retrieved 28 July 2021.
  2. ^ "Fotografía - Personalidades - Andreani, George" (in Spanish). Difilm-argentina.com. Retrieved 18 June 2014.
  3. ^ "Josef Kumok (Czechoslovakian movies database)" (in Czech). POMO Media Group s.r.o. Retrieved 15 December 2018.


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