Max Terr

MAX TERR BORN

Born in Odessa (present-day Ukraine), Terr led a popular dance band in the early 1920s and began his film career in 1930 at Paramount Pictures, working on early sound musicals like THE LOVE PARADE and THE VAGABOND KING. He provided choral arrangements for SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS and THE GREAT VICTOR HERBERT, and conducted a 110-person chorus for Max Fleischer’s animated version of GULLIVER’S TRAVELS. He also conducted the chorus on Meredith Willson’s radio broadcasts and served as Meredith assistant on THE GREAT DICTATOR before working again with Chaplin on the score for the 1942 sound version of THE GOLD RUSH.

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