Music: Hollywood Music

Music received its first special award when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences handed out its annual Oscars last week (see p. 68). The special award went to Conductor Leopold Stokowski, for "the creation of a new form of visualized music" in Walt Disney's Fantasia, and it highlighted both the growing influence of Hollywood as a music capital and Hollywood's increasing dependence on music. Other musician winners:

> Jerome Kern, whose tune, The Last Time I Saw Paris, was judged the best song in 1941 films (actually Hollywood had its nerve in...

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