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David Snell is a 69 years old sound from United States of America David Snell was born on September 10, 1897 (died on March 27, 1967, he was 69 years old) in .

Biography

David L. Snell was a pianist, conductor, composer and music director. He composed the music for over 170 shorts, series or feature films. Snell studied at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, Wisconsin College and the Meyer Conservatory of Music. He formed his own orchestra, and was the musical director for several stage productions. He joined Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's music department in 1937, turning out music for a range of films from low-cost "B" movies to expensive features. He would spend his entire film career with MGM. He was conductor, co...
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Is David Snell still alive?

No, he died on 03/27/1967, 54 years ago. He was 69 years old when he died. He died in Los Angeles

Works

David Snell Albums

There are 63 albums of David Snell:

Old Time Singing Bands
Old Time Singing Bands
Unwind With Instrumental Romantic Music
Unwind With Instrumental Romantic Music
Timeless
Timeless
International Women's Day: Classical
International Women's Day: Classical

His last album Old Time Singing Bands released 1 year 3 months ago. When Old Time Singing Bands released, he was 122 years old. This album contains 41 tracks

His first album Kpm 1000 Series: The Solo Harp released 49 years ago, he was 74 years old when this album released. There were 17 songs in this album.

David Snell Movies (59)

There are 59 movies of David Snell:

His first feature film was The Thin Man (1934). He was 36 when he starred in this movie. Since 1934, he has appeared in 59 feature films. The last one is My Old Town (1948). .

David Snell movie characters

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

Education

He graduated from Wisconsin Conservatory Of Music

What was David's zodiac sign?

David Snell zodiac sign was virgo.

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