German composer, born 18 October 1896 in London, England, UK, died 18 January 1976 in Munich, Germany, son of Victor Hollaender. After studying in Berlin, he composed music for productions by Max Reinhardt and became involved in cabaret and wrote music for the film, Der Blaue Engel (The Blue Angel) directed by Josef von Sternberg featuring Marlene Dietrich and Emil Jannings. He left Nazi Germany and emigrated to the United States of America where he wrote the music for over a hundred films, including Destry Rides Again, A Foreign Affair and Sabrina. Many of his songs were made famous by Marlene Dietrich. He can be seen as the piano accompanist in A Foreign Affair. He received four Academy Award nominations for composition.
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