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Karl Hajos

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Birth
Budapest, Belváros-Lipótváros, Budapest, Hungary
Death
1 Feb 1950 (aged 61)
Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Burial
Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California, USA GPS-Latitude: 34.087911, Longitude: -118.320654
Plot
Section 14 (Plains of Abraham), Row B, Grave 54
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Composer. Hajos entered movies in 1927 after working on stage musicals in New York. He was with Paramount Pictures for a number of years before turning to free-lancing. Composer for 215 films, Hajos also served as music director on 19 films. He composed music for: "The Canary Murder Case" in 1929, "I'm No Angel" in 1933, "Flash Gordon" in 1936 and "Hitler's Madman" in 1943, among a number of others. Hajos was nominated for 2 Oscars for "Summer Storm" and "The Man Who Walked Alone."
Composer. Hajos entered movies in 1927 after working on stage musicals in New York. He was with Paramount Pictures for a number of years before turning to free-lancing. Composer for 215 films, Hajos also served as music director on 19 films. He composed music for: "The Canary Murder Case" in 1929, "I'm No Angel" in 1933, "Flash Gordon" in 1936 and "Hitler's Madman" in 1943, among a number of others. Hajos was nominated for 2 Oscars for "Summer Storm" and "The Man Who Walked Alone."

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  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/7960065/karl-hajos: accessed ), memorial page for Karl Hajos (28 Jan 1889–1 Feb 1950), Find a Grave Memorial ID 7960065, citing Hollywood Forever, Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California, USA; Maintained by Find a Grave.