Francis Lopez (composer)

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Francis Lopez
Born15 June 1916
Died4 January 1995 (aged 78)
Paris, France
Years active1943-1981 (film)

Francis Lopez (1916–1995) was a French composer of film scores. [1] He also wrote a number of operettas, many of which starred Luis Mariano. He was married several times including to the actress Sylvia Lopez.


Selected filmography

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  1. Powrie & Cadalanu p.113