Ray Heindorf (Raymond John Heindorf) was born on 25 August, 1908 in Haverstraw, New York, USA, is a Music Department, Soundtrack, Composer. Discover Ray Heindorf’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates.
Age, Biography and Wiki. Ray Heindorf (Raymond John Heindorf) was born on 25 August, 1908 in Haverstraw, New York, USA, is a Music Department, Soundtrack, Composer. Discover Ray Heindorf's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates.
Yankee Doodle Dandy was adapted as a radio play on the October 19, 1942 broadcast of The Screen Guild Theater, starring James Cagney with Rita Hayworth and Betty Grable.  George M! is a stage musical, also based on the life of George M. Cohan, opening on Broadway in 1968.
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Born Heinz Eric Roemheld in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he was one of four children of German immigrant Heinrich Roemheld and his wife Fanny Rauterberg Roemheld.Heinrich was a pharmacist, but all the members of the family were musical. Heinz's brother Edgar (1898-1964) became a conductor, while sister Irmgard (1904-1995) became a well-known Milwaukee music teacher and radio broadcaster. Roemheld was a child prodigy who began playing the piano at the age of 4. He graduated from the Milwaukee College of Music at 19, and performed in theaters to earn money to study piano in Europe. In 1920, he went to Berlin, where he studied with Hugo Kaun, Ferruccio Busoni, and Egon Petri. While he was there, he appeared in concert with the Berlin Philharmonic. When he returned to America, Roemheld became involved in music for silent films, both as a pianist and as a conductor. In 1925, he was sent back to Berlin as head of Universal Pictures theaters there, but had to leave in 1929 due to...
He married a former Miss Milwaukee, Emeline Defnet (1901-1980), from whom he was later divorced. They had two daughters, Mary Lou Roemheld, who was married for years to game show host Jack Narz, and Ann, who married game show host Bill Cullen.
Roemheld died on February 11, 1985, at a convalescent home in Huntington Beachafter contracting pneumonia three weeks earlier.
Gold Diggers in Paris was the fifth and last in Warner Bros.' series of "Gold Digger" films, following Gold Diggers of Broadway (1929), which is now lost; Gold Diggers of 1933, which was a remake of the earlier film, and the first to feature Busby Berkeley's extravagant production numbers; Gold Diggers of 1935; and Gold Diggers of 1937.
-30-(released as Deadline Midnight in the UK) is a 1959 film directed by Jack Webb and starring Webb and William Conrad as night managing editor and night city editor, respectively, of a fictional Los Angeles newspaper, loosely based on the real-life (and now defunct) Los Angeles Herald-Examiner.
Ray Heindorf & Max Steiner: 1947: Music Score of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture: A Double Life: Miklós Rózsa: The Bishop's Wife: Hugo Friedhofer: Captain from Castile: Alfred Newman: Forever Amber: David Raksin: Life with Father: Max Steiner: Scoring of a Musical Picture: Mother Wore Tights: Alfred Newman: Fiesta: Johnny Green: My Wild Irish ...