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Mort Greene (1912–1992)

Mort Greene was born on October 3, 1912 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA as Morton Spira Greenberger. He was married to Jan Wiley and Ann Lawrence. He died on December 28, 1992 in Palm Desert, California, USA. See full bio »

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Scrooged Soundtrack
Swingers Soundtrack
Freddy Got Fingered Soundtrack


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 2004 Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson (Documentary) (writer: "Weary Blues")
 2001 Freddy Got Fingered (writer: "Toy Parade")
 1996 Swingers (writer: "Champagne Time" - as M. Greene)
 1992 Mr. Saturday Night (writer: "Fantastic, That's You")
 1991 Delirious (writer: "'TOY PARADE'/'LEAVE IT TO BEAVER' THEME" - as M. Greene)
  Parker Lewis Can't Lose (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode, 1991) (music - 1 episode, 1991)
- Randall Without a Cause (1991) ... (writer: "Toy Parade" - uncredited)
- Jerry: Portrait of a Video Junkie (1991) ... (music: "Toy Parade" - uncredited)
 1988 Scrooged (writer: "The Toy Parade (Leave It to Beaver Theme)")
 1965 The Hollywood Palace (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Episode #2.16 (1965) ... (writer: "(We're Gonna Be In) High Society" - uncredited)
 1957-1959 The Restless Gun (TV Series) (writer - 77 episodes)
- The Hill of Death (1959) ... (writer: "The Restless Gun (I Ride With the Wind)" - uncredited)
- A Very Special Investigator (1959) ... (writer: "The Restless Gun (I Ride With the Wind)" - uncredited)
- The Englishman (1959) ... (writer: "The Restless Gun (I Ride With the Wind)" - uncredited)
- The Cavis Boy (1959) ... (writer: "The Restless Gun (I Ride With the Wind)" - uncredited)
- A Trial for Jenny May (1959) ... (writer: "The Restless Gun (I Ride With the Wind)" - uncredited)
 1958 The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Ernie and the Top Twenty (1958) ... (writer: "Sunday Barbeque" - uncredited)
 1958 The Dinah Shore Chevy Show (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Betty Hutton, Peter Lawford, Tony Martin (1958) ... (writer: " (We're Gonna Be in) High Society" - uncredited)
 1952 The Half-Breed (writer: "Remember the Girl You Left Behind")
 1951 Lord Epping Returns (Short) (writer: "I Love Geraniums" - uncredited)
 1951 Million Dollar Pursuit (writer: "What Am I Doing?")
 1950 Double Deal (writer: "I'm Dreaming Out Loud" - uncredited)
 1950 Where Danger Lives (writer: "I Haven't a Thing To Wear" - uncredited)
 1950 Armored Car Robbery (lyrics: "Cindy Lou McWilliams", "I'm Bound For Nothing But Love" - uncredited)
 1949 Easy Living (writer: "I've Got My Fingers Crossed" - uncredited)
 1949 Make Mine Laughs (writer: "Moonlight over the Islands" - uncredited)
 1949 Tulsa (lyrics: "Tulsa")
 1948 Station West (lyrics: "Sometime Remind Me To Tell You", "The Sun Shining Warm")
 1948 The Velvet Touch (writer: "The Velvet Touch")
 1947 Swing the Western Way (lyrics: "Nevada")
 1947 Honeymoon (lyrics: "Ven Aqui", "I Love Geraniums")
 1947 Beat the Band (lyrics: "I've Got My Fingers Crossed", "At the Kissing Well", "I'm in Love", "I'm in Love" (reprise))
 1946 Nocturne (lyrics: "Nocturne")
 1946 The Bamboo Blonde (writer: "I'm Good for Nothing but Love", "Dreaming out Loud", "Moonlight over the Islands", "Right Along about Evening")
 1946 The Falcon's Alibi (writer: "How Do You Fall In Love" - uncredited)
 1946 From This Day Forward (lyrics: "FROM THIS DAY FORWARD")
 1945 Pan-Americana (lyrics: "Rumba Matumba", "Stars in Your Eyes", "No taboleiro de bahiana")
 1944 Bowery to Broadway (writer: "He Took Her for a Sleigh Ride" - uncredited)
 1944 Allergic to Love (lyrics: "Rhumba matumba" - uncredited)
 1944 Seven Days Ashore (lyrics: "Ready, Aim, Kiss" (1944), "Apple Blossoms in the Rain" (1944), "Hail and Farewell" (1944), "Sioux City Sue" (1944), "Jive Samba" (1944) - uncredited)
 1944 Beautiful But Broke (lyrics: "We're Keeping It Private" - uncredited)
 1943 The Sultan's Daughter (lyrics: "Clicketty Clack Jack")
 1943 What's Buzzin', Cousin? (writer: "Nevada")
 1943 Flight for Freedom (writer: "I'm In Good Shape" - uncredited)
 1942 Here We Go Again (lyrics: "Delicious Delirium", "Until I Live Again" - uncredited)
 1942 The Big Street (lyrics: "Who Knows?" (1942))
 1942 Joan of Ozark (lyrics: "Backwoods Barbecue", "Pull the Trigger", "Lady from Lockheed")
 1942 Moonlight Masquerade (writer: "What Am I Doing Here in Your Arms?", "Liverlip Louie", "Are We Worried? - Yes!")
 1942 The Mayor of 44th Street (lyrics: "Heavenly, Isn't It?", "You're Bad For Me", "There's a Breeze on Lake Louise", "A Million Miles From Manhattan" - uncredited)
 1942 The Falcon Takes Over (writer: "I Haven't a Thing to Wear" - uncredited)
 1942 Sing Your Worries Away (lyrics: "Sing Your Worries Away" (1942), "Cindy Lou McWilliams" (1942), "Nothing Can Change My Mind" (1942), "How Do You Fall in Love?" (1942))
 1942 Call Out the Marines (lyrics: "Call Out the Marines" (1941), "Beware" (1941), "Zana Zaranda" (1941), "The Light of My Life" (1941), "Hands Across the Border" (1941) - uncredited)
 1942 Four Jacks and a Jill (lyrics: "I'm in Good Shape", "I Haven't a Thing to Wear", "Karanina", "Boogie Woogie Conga", "Wherever You Go", "You Go Your Way" - uncredited)
 1941 Hold That Ghost (lyrics: "Sleepy Serenade" (1941) - uncredited)
 1939 Somewhat Secret (Short) (writer: "You and I Were Made for Love")
 1938 Once Over Lightly (Short) (writer: "Fight Clipton Fight", "Let's Live Happily Ever After", "We're Here to Cheer")
 1938 Panamint's Bad Man (writer: "Got Some Ridin' to Do")
 1938 Everybody's Doing It (lyrics: "Put Your Heart Into Your Feet and Dance" (1938))
 1937 Stage Door (writer: "Put Your Heart Into Your Feet and Dance" - uncredited)
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TV commercial for America On-Line broadband service (theme from "Leave It To Beaver") (2003)

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