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  1. In 1974 werd John Williams benaderd door de nog jonge regisseur Steven Spielberg, die, naar aanleiding van de muziek voor The Reivers, aan Williams vroeg of deze zijn debuutfilm The Sugarland Express van muziek wilde voorzien. Williams stemde toe. Dit was het begin van een lange samenwerking; een van de langste in de geschiedenis van de film.

  2. John Towner Williams (born February 8, 1932) is an American composer, conductor, pianist and trombonist.In a career that has spanned nearly seven decades, he has composed some of the most popular, recognizable, and critically acclaimed film scores in cinematic history.

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  4. John Towner Williams is een Amerikaans componist van filmmuziek. Hij is een van de bekendste naoorlogse filmcomponisten. Tevens wordt hij verantwoordelijk geacht voor de heropleving van de klassieke filmmuziek.[bron?] Hij was tevens dirigent van het Boston Pops Orchestra.

  5. John Williams was born on 24 April 1941 in Melbourne, Australia, to an English father, Len Williams, who later founded the Spanish Guitar Centre in London, and Malaan (née Ah Ket), a daughter of Melbourne barrister William Ah Ket. In 1952, the family moved to England where he attended Friern Barnet Grammar School, London.

  6. John Alfred Williams (December 5, 1925 – July 3, 2015) was an African-American author, journalist, and academic. His novel The Man Who Cried I Am was a bestseller in 1967. Also a poet, he won an American Book Award for his 1998 collection Safari West.

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    • The Man Who Cried I Am (1967)
    • Lori Isaac (m. 1965)
  7. John Edward Williams. For other people named John Williams, see John Williams (disambiguation). John Edward Williams (August 29, 1922 – March 3, 1994) was an American author, editor and professor. He was best known for his novels Butcher's Crossing (1960), Stoner (1965), and Augustus (1972), which won a U.S. National Book Award.

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