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Shawn Murphy (born 16 May 1948) is an American sound engineer. He has won an Academy Award for Best Sound and was nominated for another two in the same category. He has worked on over 330 films since 1983, including Jade, Jumanji and Titanic.
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and the short Let's Go (1985) directed by Douglas Trumbull.
CASPER EXPANDED EDITION: OUR EXCLUSIVE REVIEW
1995 saw James Horner climbing steadily to the height of his fame. The year yielded first-rate scores for Braveheart, Apollo 13, Casper, Jumanji and Balto – with a dud like Jade thrown in for good measure. Even though Titanic and worldwide recognition were still just around the corner, it was a banner year for James Horner, and in retrospect, Casper got lost in the mix ever so slightly. Partly that’s because the movie was not viewed kindly by critics (although it grossed just over $100 million domestically and just under $288 million worldwide) and partly because the level of excellence
EXPEDED RELEASE OF BALTO AVAILABLE AT INTRADA!
2018 has held many surprises for fans of the work of James Horner. The latest arrives this week courtesy of Intrada with Balto. Released in 1995, it was the last of eight animated films set to music by James Horner. 1995 was an exceptional vintage, both in terms of quantity and quality, with unforgettable works such as Braveheart, Apollo 13 (both scores were nominated for the Best Original Score Oscar), Casper, Jumanji, a detour into darker realms with Jade and of course Balto. Based on actual events, the film tells the story of a half-wolf sled dog, Balto who in 1925, saved
TUMMY TROUBLE SCORE RELEASED BY INTRADA
Intrada has released James Horner’s score to the Roger Rabbit cartoon Tummy Trouble. It is featured as an extra on the new expanded release of Who Framed Roger Rabbit by Alan Silvestri. After Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the title character was featured in three short cartoons. Tummy Trouble was released together with Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. Intrada’s 3-CD release features Alan Silvestri’s full score, several alternate cues, the original album, and the scores to all three of the Roger Rabbit shorts (one by Horner, and two by Bruce Broughton). James Horner recorded Honey, I Shrunk the Kids in December 1988, six
MAJOR UPDATE OF THE TONY HINNIGAN WEBSITE
The official site on Tony Hinnigan, James Horner’s faithful collaborator since Willow, has embeded a video player device, which allows us to hear and see the artist more easily. Thus, many sequences have been added. This is an opportunity for us to introduce you to this site and to advise you to have a look at it: www.tonyhinnigan.com. News Tony Hinnigan recently referred to the concert at the world premiere of Titanic 3D as well as recording sessions of For Greater Glory. Movies There are very interesting anecdotes about the various films in which he participated. These films are so far listed up to