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Samuel Kaylin
Shevach Kalinowski

18 Jan 1892
Ekaterinoslav, Russian Empire (now Dnipro, Ukraine)
Died7 Jul 1983 (aged 91)
Other namesShevach Samuel Kalinowsky
Occupation(s)Music Director, Fox Film, 20th Century Fox
Known forfilm music
  • Augusta Kaylin
  • Florence Kaylin
  • Clara Szemere (divorced 1972)
  • Claire Dennis (married 1972)

Samuel Kaylin (18 January 1892 – 7 July 1983) was a film composer who scored Charlie Chan and Mr. Moto movies for Fox Film and 20th Century Fox.

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Early years

Kaylin was born in Ukraine and emigrated to the United States on January 16, 1907 aboard the Norddeutscher Lloyd steamship Neckar[1] He worked as a musician at the Chinese Theater in Los Angeles.[2]


Kaylin joined Fox Film in 1930 and composed more than 80 film scores. Among them were the scores for Shirley Temple's Bright Eyes and John Ford's Judge Priest.[3] He left 20th Century Fox, Fox Film's successor, in 1940.[4]


Kaylin died in Bakersfield, California.

Selected filmography


  1. ^ "Register". Retrieved 13 September 2023.
  2. ^ 1917 Draft Registration Card
  3. ^ "Samuel Kaylin". IMDb. Retrieved 29 September 2021.
  4. ^ SAMUEL KAYLIN QUITS 20th. Variety March 25, 1940
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