Walter Bullock

Active - 1936 - 1989  |   Genres - Musical, Comedy, Drama, Romance

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As a musical composer, American-born Walter Bullock won an Academy Award for his work on 20th Century-Fox's Sing Baby Sing. Bullock would remain at Fox until his retirement, save for a loan-out to Republic for Hit Parade of 1941. He wrote music and lyrics for such jaunty entertainments as Shirley Temple's Just Around the Corner (1938) and the Ritz Brothers' The Three Musketeers. Turning to screenwriting in the early 1940s, Walter Bullock was responsible for many an enjoyable screen moment, notably the "Gift of the Magi" sequence in Fox's O. Henry's Full House (1952).

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