David Buttolph American composer

David Buttolph is a 80 years old American composer from New York City, New York. David Buttolph was born on August 03, 1902 (died on January 01, 1983, he was 80 years old) in New York City, New York as James David Buttolph Jr..



David Buttolph was a film composer who scored over 300 movies in his career. Born in New York City Buttolph showed musical talent at an early age and eventually studied music formally. After earning a music degree Buttolph moved to Europe in 1923 and studied in Austria and Germany supporting himself as a nightclub pianist. He returned to the U. S.
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Birth name of David Buttolph is James David Buttolph Jr.
Is David Buttolph still alive?

No, he died on 01/01/1983, 40 years ago. He was 80 years old when he died. He died in Poway


David Buttolph Albums (8)

There are 8 albums of David Buttolph.

His last album Horse Soldiers released 3 years 4 months ago. When Horse Soldiers released, he was 117 years old. This album contains 12 tracks

His first album Long John Silver (Original Movie Soundtrack) released 69 years ago, he was 51 years old when this album released. There were 12 songs in this album.

Horse Soldiers
Horse Soldiers
Les cavaliers (Bande originale du film)
Les cavaliers (Bande originale du film)
The Horse Soldiers (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
The Horse Soldiers (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Maverick (Tribute to James Garner)
Maverick (Tribute to James Garner)

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David Buttolph Movies (83)

There are 83 movies of David Buttolph.

His first feature film was Rope (1948). He was 46 when he starred in this movie. Since 1948, he has appeared in 83 feature films. The last one is Star Dust (1940). .

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David Buttolph movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

What was David's zodiac sign?

David Buttolph zodiac sign was leo.

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