Marceau Van Hoorebecke

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Marceau Van Hoorebecke
Born13 January 1900
Died7 February 1957
Years active1932-1954 (film)

Marceau Van Hoorebecke (1900-1957) was a French composer and conductor of film scores. [1]


Selected filmography

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  1. Soister p.253