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Victor Baravalle net worth & biography:Victor Baravalle (1885–1939) was an Italian born composer and conductor. He conducted the orchestra for the Broadway premiere production of Show Boat in 1927, as well as for the original stage productions of nine other Jerome Kern shows, among them The Cat and the Fiddle, Music in the Air, and Roberta. Among the other stage musicals that he conducted was the first American production of White Horse Inn.He also conducted the orchestra for the sound prologue for the early sound version of Show Boat (1929), and for the entire 1936 film version of the show. He was music director for the Rudy Vallee vehicle The Vagabond Lover (1929).He was the musical director for three of the Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers films, A Damsel in Distress (1937), Carefree (1938), which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Musical Scoring, although it was Irving Berlin who wrote the actual songs in the film, and The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle (1939), which is the last film Astaire and Rogers made together at RKO. Wikipedia
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|Footlight Varieties||1951||musical director - segment "Radio City Revels", archive footage|
|The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle||1939||musical director|
|Radio City Revels||1938||musical director|
|A Damsel in Distress||1937||musical director|
|Show Boat||1936||musical director|
|King of Burlesque||1936||musical director|
|The Flame Within||1935||conductor|
|The Cuckoos||1930||musical director|
|Love Comes Along||1930||musical director|
|Hit the Deck||1929||musical director|
|The Vagabond Lover||1929||musical director - uncredited|
|Rio Rita||1929||musical director|
|Street Girl||1929||musical director - uncredited|
|Show Boat||1929||conductor: prologue|
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|1939||Oscar||Academy Awards, USA||Best Music, Scoring||Carefree (1938)|
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|1||Neither he nor orchestrator Robert Russell Bennett were Oscar-nominated for their work on the 1936 film version of "Show Boat", because in 1936, the nomination for music would always go to the studio department head, which neither Bennett nor Baravalle were. If "Show Boat" had been filmed in 1938, when the Academy rules were changed to allow conductors and/or orchestrators to be nominated, it is quite likely that either Baravalle or Bennett would have been nominated for it. Both men also worked on the original 1927 stage production of "Show Boat".|
|2||He became a U.S. citizen in 1917.|
|3||Conducted the orchestra for the original Broadway productions of nine Jerome Kern musicals.|
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