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Twentieth Century Fox Released 1944

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    • The film was, during production, regarded as a very minor project by the top brass at Twentieth Century Fox, and Alfred Newman, the head of the studio's music department and the composer of the music for most of Fox's prestige pictures of the era, declined to work on it, farming out the assignment to a newcomer to the studio, David Raksin, who had had no important film jobs previously. Raksin's main theme for the film became one of the most famous pieces of film music in history and recordings of it were still making him money at the time of his death, decades later.

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Film Noir, Psychological, Love & Romance, Crime, Classics