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Jacques Urbont

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Jacques Urbont
OccupationComposer

Jacques (Jack) Urbont is a Daytime Emmy-winning and Primetime Emmy-nominated composer. Urbont is best known for composing the theme songs for The Marvel Super Heroes cartoon series.

Career

Urbont composed the music for the off-Broadway shows Livin' the Life,[1] All in Love,[2] and Stag Movie.[3] Livin' the Life premiered in 1957 and starred Francis Barnard and Alice Ghostley. All in Love premiered in 1961 and starred David Atkinson and Gaylea Byrne. Stag Movie premiered in 1971 and starred Hy Anzell and Adrienne Barbeau.

Urbont wrote the original theme (Autumn Breeze) for General Hospital,[4] which premiered in 1963.

Urbont composed the theme songs for The Marvel Super Heroes cartoon series, which premiered in 1966.[5]

In 1969, Urbont helped produce a Christmas album for each NFL team.[6]

Urbont composed the music for the movie Video Vixens, which premiered in 1975.

Lawsuits

In 2011, Urbont sued Ghostface Killah for copyright violation for his use of The Marvel Super Heroes Iron Man theme song in his 2000 album Supreme Clientele.[7] Urbont ultimately lost the lawsuit.[8]

Awards

Urbont was nominated for four Daytime Emmy awards, winning once for Lorne Greene's New Wilderness. Urbont was also nominated for three Primetime Emmy awards for Bronk and one for The Supercops.

References

  1. ^ "Livin' the Life". Lortel Archives. Retrieved 2018-12-04.
  2. ^ Ken Mandelbaum (2004-10-26). "Obscure Recordings: More '60s Off-Broadway". Broadway.com. Retrieved 2018-11-25.
  3. ^ Richard R. Lingeman (1971-02-14). "I Was an Angel For 'Stag Movie'". NY Times. Retrieved 2018-11-25.
  4. ^ "Autumn Breeze [General Hospital]". Sonic Hits. Retrieved 2018-11-25.
  5. ^ Jon Burlingame (2015-07-14). "The Marvel Super Heroes Songs: The Inside Story". The Film Music Society. Retrieved 2018-11-18.
  6. ^ Tom Ley (2014-12-16). "How the NFL's Forgotten Christmas Albums Almost Made One Man Rich". Deadspin. Retrieved 2018-11-18.
  7. ^ Matthew Perpetua (2011-07-08). "Ghostface Killah Sued by Iron Man Composer". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2018-11-18.
  8. ^ Christopher Harris (2015-04-22). "Ghostface Killah & Sony Music Win Lawsuit Over "Iron Man Theme" Song". HipHopDX. Retrieved 2018-11-18.

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