Walter Bullock Net Worth

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Songwriter ("Someday You'll Find Your Bluebird"), composer and author, educated at DePauw University (BA). He joined ASCAP in 1936, and his chief musical collaborators included Harold Spina, Alfred Newman, Richard Whiting, and Abraham Ellstein. His song compositions include "I Still Love to Kiss You Goodnight", "I'd Like to See Samoa of Samoa", "...
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthMay 6, 1907, Shelburn, Indiana, United States
DiedAugust 19, 1953, Los Angeles, California, United States
Place Of BirthShelburn, Indiana, USA
ProfessionSoundtrack, Writer, Music Department
NominationsAcademy Award for Best Original Song
Star SignTaurus
1Walter Bullock's nephew is John Thomas Bullock, a life-long musician who was co-writer of the song "The Ghosts of San Francisco" (with R. Christian Anderson), sung by Chris Clark, featured in the feature documentary-drama, "When the World Came to San Francisco" (2015).
2Great uncle of actor S. Scott Bullock


Rags to Riches1941lyrics: "Magnolias in the Moonlight" - uncredited
Golden Hoofs1941writer: "Consider Yourself in Love"
Hit Parade of 19411940lyrics: "Swing Low, Sweet Rhythm", "Who Am I?", "In the Cool of the Evening"
The Little Princess1939lyrics: "The Fantasy" - uncredited
Wife, Husband and Friend1939lyrics: "Drink From the Cup of Tomorrow", "Arlesiana"
The Three Musketeers1939lyrics: "Song of the Musketeers" 1939, "My Lady" 1939, "Voila" 1939, "Chicken Soup Plucking Song" 1939 - uncredited
Just Around the Corner1938lyrics: "This Is a Happy Little Ditty" 1938, "Just Around the Corner" 1938, "I Love to Walk in the Rain" 1938 - uncredited / writer: "Brass Buttons and Epaulettes" 1938 - uncredited
Little Miss Broadway1938lyrics: "Little Miss Broadway" 1938, "Be Optimistic" 1938, "How Can I Thank You?" 1938, "We Should Be Together" 1938, "If All the World Were Paper" 1938, "Swing Me an Old Fashioned Song" 1938 - uncredited
Sally, Irene and Mary1938lyrics: "I Could Use a Dream", "Half Moon on the Hudson", "This Is Where I Came In", "Help Wanted -- Male", "Who Stole the Jam?" - uncredited
Happy Landing1938writer: "You Appeal To Me"
52nd Street1937lyrics: "I Still Love To Kiss You Goodnight", "I'd Like To See Samoa Of Samoa", "Don't Save Your Love for a Rainy Day", "Fifty-Second Street", "Let Your Hair Down and Sing", "Nothing Can Stop Me Now", "Twenty-Three Skidoo", "We Love the South" / music: "We Love the South"
Wild and Woolly1937lyrics: "When Did You Leave Heaven"
New Faces of 19371937lyrics: "The Widow in Lace" 1937
Nobody's Baby1937lyrics: "Nobody's Baby", "I've Dreamed About This", "Quien Sabe", "All Dressed Up in Rhythm"
Sing, Baby, Sing1936lyrics: "When Did You Leave Heaven?"
Follow Your Heart1936lyrics: "Magnolias in the Moonlight", "Who Minds'Bout Me"
Coronado1935writer: "I've Got Some New Shoes" - uncredited
Shoot the Works1934writer: "A Bowl of Chop Suey and You-ey" - uncredited
Blue Skies1929writer: "You Never Can Tell", "It's a Fine How D'Ya Do", "How Were We To Know?"
Anywhere But Here1999writer: "Be Optimistic"
Twin Falls Idaho1999writer: "When Did You Leave Heaven"
Hidden Hollywood: Treasures from the 20th Century Fox Film Vaults1997TV Movie documentary lyrics: "Hop, Skip, Jump and Slide", "Toscanini, Stokowski and Me"
Charlie's Angels1979TV Series lyrics - 1 episode
I Spy1966TV Series lyrics - 1 episode
Love Happy1949writer: "Who Stole the Jam?" 1948 - uncredited
Music for Millions1944writer: "Toscanini, Iturbi and Me" 1940 - uncredited
Swing Your Partner1943/Ilyrics: "In the Cool of the Evening"
Ridin' Down the Canyon1942writer: "Who Am I?" - uncredited
Carl Hoff and His Orchestra1942Short lyrics: "I Could Use a Dream" - uncredited
Moon Over Her Shoulder1941lyrics: "The Girl with the Sugar Brown Hair"


Turn Back the Clock1989TV Movie earlier screenplay
The Farmer Takes a Wife1953screenplay
The I Don't Care Girl1953writer
O. Henry's Full House1952screen play - segment "The Gift of the Magi"
Golden Girl1951screenplay
Adventures of Casanova1948screenplay
Repeat Performance1947screenplay
Out of the Blue1947screenplay
Greenwich Village1944screenplay
The Gang's All Here1943screenplay
Springtime in the Rockies1942screenplay
Right to the Heart1942original screenplay
Moon Over Her Shoulder1941
For Beauty's Sake1941
The Cowboy and the Blonde1941
The Gay Caballero1940original story
The Blue Bird1940additional dialogue

Music Department

The Little Princess1939words and music by
Little Miss Broadway1938music and lyrics by

Nominated Awards

1941OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Music, Original SongHit Parade of 1941 (1940)
1937OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Music, Original SongSing, Baby, Sing (1936)

Known for movies

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