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They died with their boots on (Motion picture)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Collection on They Died with Their Boots On, 1956, 1941

Identifier: MSS 2544 Series T14
Scope and Contents

Contains publicity materials for the 1941 film They Died with Their Boots On. Includes two lobby card digital prints, an advertisement, a one-sheet digital print, two poster reproductions, and a re-issue special poster. Also includes a 1956 rerelease one-sheet poster.

Dates: 1956; 1941

Max Steiner film music sketches of They Died With their Boots On, 1942

Identifier: MSS 1547 Series 5 Sub-Series 187
Scope and Contents

This includes sketches of Max Steiner's composition for the Warner Bros. film "They Died With Their Boots On." Materials dated 1942.

Dates: 1942

Video recordings of Moscow Symphony Orchestra

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 31197227605802]
Identifier: MSS 3824
Scope and Contents

Collection includes video tapes and DVDs of recording sessions by the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. The orchestra performed the reconstructed film scores of the motion pictures They Died With Their Boots On, The Egyptian, The Battle of Neretva, Adventures of Don Juan, and Arsenic and Old Lace. The scores were reconstructed by John Morgan. The orchestra was conducted by William Stromberg.

Dates: 2010; 1998