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George R. Brown (1910–1990)

Songwriter ("I Never Loved Anyone") and author, educated at New York University (pre-law) and the University of North Carolina (BA). He wrote songs for radio and films, and for Broadway revues. During World War II he served in the Special Services. Joining ASCAP in 1942, he collaborated musically with Jule Styne, Sol Meyer, Irving Actman, and ... See full bio »


(age 80) in USA

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Household Saints
Household Saints Soundtrack
This Is Elvis
This Is Elvis Soundtrack
The House Across the Bay
Ice-Capades Soundtrack


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 1993 Household Saints (writer: "I Never Loved Anyone")
 1981 This Is Elvis (lyrics: "That's When Your Heartaches Begin" - as George Brown)
 1952 Oklahoma Annie (lyrics: "Have You Ever Been Lonely?" - uncredited)
 1944 Hot Rhythm (lyrics: "They Cut Down the Old Pine Tree" (1929) - uncredited) / (music: "They Cut Down the Old Pine Tree" (1929) - uncredited)
 1943 Tahiti Honey (lyrics: "Tahiti Honey")
 1942 Ice-Capades Revue (lyrics: "Tequila" - uncredited)
 1942 Hi, Neighbor (lyrics: "When a Fella's Got a Girl")
 1942 Cowboy Serenade (writer: "Tahiti Honey", "Nobody Knows")
 1941 Ice-Capades (writer: "Forever and Ever")
 1941 Mountain Moonlight (lyrics: "From You", "I Close My Eyes")
 1940 Melody and Moonlight (lyrics: "Melody and Moonlight", "Top of the Morning", "I Close My Eyes", "Tahiti Honey")
 1940 Girl from Havana (lyrics: "Girl from Havana", "Querido, Take Me Tonight")
 1940 Sing, Dance, Plenty Hot (lyrics: "Tequilla", "When a Fella's Got a Girl", "Too Toy", "What Fools These Mortals Be", "I'm Just a Weakie", "Watcha Gonna Do When There Ain't No Swing")
 1940 The House Across the Bay (writer: "A Hundred Kisses from Now")

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He wrote children's songs: "Songs of Good Behavior".

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