FLORENCE WARNER JONES*
Florence Warner (born March 22, 1947 in Atlanta) is an American singer who worked mainly for commercials.
Her recording career boils down to albums out in the late '70s and early '80s.
Notes on the movie Once Upon A Forest opened to mixed reviews on June 18, 1993 and was not the financial success that the filmmakers had hoped for – of course, there was the small matter of Spielberg’s dinosaurs crowding the marketplace back then. None of this, however, kept Forest from being nominated for an Annie Award for Best Animated Feature in 1993 and winning an MPSE Golden Reel Award for Best Sound Editing. A quick internet search does not reveal very much about the production, but there is an informative Wikipedia page. It has this to say about the production. Once Upon
Hot on the heels of A Far Off Place and just prior to Searching For Bobby Fischer (both 1993), James Horner was asked by producer David Kirschner to score a modestly budgeted animation movie called Once Upon a Forest. Kirschner and Horner had first joined forces on An American Tail (1986) and they went on to collaborate on Fievel Goes West (1991), The Pagemaster (1994) and Hocus Pocus (1993). (James Horner was originally slated to score Hocus Pocus but had to bow out due to scheduling conflicts, handing over scoring duties to John Debney, who was barely a blip on
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