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José Padilla (I) (1889–1960)

José Padilla was born on May 28, 1889 in Almería, Spain as José Padilla Sánchez. He was a composer, known for City Lights (1931), Matchstick Men (2003) and Chaplin (1992). He died on October 25, 1960 in Madrid, Spain. See full bio »


(age 71) in Madrid, Spain

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Known For

City Lights Music Department
Matchstick Men Soundtrack
Chaplin Soundtrack
Scent of a Woman Soundtrack


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 2007 Héros fragiles (Documentary)
 2005 Marie Antoinette (TV Movie)
 2003 Chaplin Today: City Lights (TV Short documentary)
 2003 Cuban Blood
 2003 Bei aller Liebe (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Ein letztes Mal (2003)
 2003 Hotel Danubio
 2002 Ibiza Dream
 2001 Stolen Tangos
 2001 Vertiges (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1993 Moeder, waarom leven wij? (TV Mini-Series)
 1991 Le brasier
 1989 Spy War (TV Mini-Series)
 1986 Weltbühne Berlin - Die Zwanziger Jahre (TV Movie documentary)
 1985 La comedia musical española (TV Series)
 1984 Letty (TV Mini-Series)
 1983 Unknown Chaplin (TV Mini-Series documentary)
 1980 Les amours des années folles (TV Series)
 1976 The Gentleman Tramp (Documentary)
 1973 Musidora (TV Movie)
 1973 Francais si vous saviez (Documentary)
 1971 Land of Milk and Honey (Documentary)
 1970 Hard Women (uncredited)
 1970 El relicario
 1969 Thanasis Who?
 1969 You Will Reap the Tempest (Documentary)
 1965 King of Blades (Short documentary)
 1960 Pelusa
 1960 Gastone
 1959 European Nights (Documentary)
 1951 Bärande hav
 1933 The Reliquary
 1927 The Reliquary
 1927 Valencia
 1926 Frivolinas
 1926 Valencia
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Other Works:

Little Miss Bluebeard (1923). Musical comedy. Written by Avery Hopwood. Adapated from the play by Gabor Dregely. Featuring songs by E. Ray Goetz, José Padilla, Paul A. Rubens and George Gershwin. Featuring songs with lyrics by E. Ray Goetz, Buddy G. DeSylva, Arthur Francis and Percy Graham Paul. Directed by W.H. Gilmore. Lyceum... See more »

Alternate Names:

Jose Padilla | Maestro Padilla

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