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    Heindorf won three, in the category of Best Score of a Musical, for Yankee Doodle Dandy, This is the Army, and The Music Man. His wins for the former two films made him the first to accomplish consecutive wins in a musical category.

  2. › name › nm0006127Ray Heindorf - IMDb

    Ray Heindorf, Music Department: The Music Man. Raymond John Heindorf was born August 25, 1908. in Haverstraw, New York. He grew up in Mechanicville, New York, where he moved to when he was about 10 years old. In 1926 he graduated from Mechanicville High School. He was interested in cars and machinery; he loved to play pool with his father, the late John J. Heindorf, at the Railroad YMCA, where ...

    • Music Department, Soundtrack, Composer
    • August 25, 1908
    • Ray Heindorf
    • February 3, 1980
  3. Ray connected with Warner Bros. in 1932 and remained there for the rest of his life. He succeeded Leo F. Forbstein as Music Director upon Forbstein's death in 1948. Ray was first married to Maxine and had a son, the late Michael Heindorf, and later married Lorraine and had two daughters. Ray left Warner Bros. in 1965.

    • Actor
    • August 25, 1908
  4. Ray went to work after that with Alfred Newman on the Eddie Cantor musicals; back in Hollywood in 1932, Ray met and married Maxine Roswod a dancer in 1932.. They divorced in 1938 having a son Michael Ray Heindorf who himself would become an orchestrator at Warner Bros. Michael passed away in 2002, his wife Mary the following year.

    • Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York, USA
    • August 25, 1908
    • Section BB, Lot 237, Grave 21
  5. Ray John Heindorf was born on August 25, 1908, in the Hudson River town of Haverstraw, NY. He took an early interest in both music and movies, and by the age of 14 was playing the piano to accompany the showing of silent films at a local theater. He attended the Troy Conservatory of Music.

  6. Ray Heindorf worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Heindorf worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "It's a Great Feeling" (1949) starring Dennis Morgan. In the fifties, Heindorf also worked on "About Face" (1952). Heindorf was...

  7. Ray Heindorf Directing The Warner Bros. Orchestra*, Matty Matlock And His Jazz Band: Ray Heindorf Directing The Warner Bros. Orchestra*, Matty Matlock And His Jazz Band - Music From Jack Webb's Mark VII Ltd. Production Pete Kelly's Blues (Album) 3 versions : Columbia: CL 690: US: 1955

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