Ralph Rainger

Born - Oct 7, 1901 in New York, NY  |   Died - Oct 23, 1942 in Palm Springs, CA  |   Genres - Comedy, Musical, Romance

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American composer Ralph Rainger, born Ralph Reichenthal, was a practicing attorney before turning to music. During the '30s and '40s, he and frequent collaborator Leo Robin were prolific writers of movie songs. Their best-known tune was Bob Hope's signature song "Thanks for the Memory" from the Big Broadcast (1938).

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