Paul Sawtell Ameican composer

Paul Sawtell is a 65 years old Ameican composer from Poland. Paul Sawtell was born on February 03, 1906 (died on August 01, 1971, he was 65 years old) in Poland.

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Biography

Paul Sawtell was a Polish-born film score composer in the United States. Sawtell began his career with RKO and eventually joined Universal Pictures. Sawtell worked on many western and horror films and also scored the Sherlock Holmes films The Pearl of Death and The Scarlet Claw. In the late 1940s Sawtell returned to RKO. He also worked for various independent producers including Eagle-Lion Films' production of T-Men.
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Is Paul Sawtell still alive?

No, he died on 08/01/1971, 51 years ago. He was 65 years old when he died. He died in Los Angeles and buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park .

Works

Paul Sawtell Albums (15)

There are 15 albums of Paul Sawtell.

His last album Venus released 4 years 10 months ago. When Venus released, he was 112 years old. This album contains 8 tracks

His first album Russ Meyer's Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) released 57 years ago, he was 59 years old when this album released. There were 7 songs in this album.

Venus
Venus
Kronos (An Original Soundtrack Recording)
Kronos (An Original Soundtrack Recording)
A Dog of Flanders (Original Movie Soundtrack)
A Dog of Flanders (Original Movie Soundtrack)
Kronos (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Kronos (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Paul Sawtell Movies (151)

There are 151 movies of Paul Sawtell.

His first feature film was The Fly (1958). He was 52 when he starred in this movie. Since 1958, he has appeared in 151 feature films. The last one is About Time (1962). .

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Paul Sawtell movie characters

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

What was Paul's zodiac sign?

Paul Sawtell zodiac sign was aquarius.

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