As always with these hyper-specific requests of mine, this thread will NOT accept scattershot answers like "Victor Young scores have a lot". You must have film titles plus the song name (or location in the movie).
This one will really take you back: THE SPY WITH MY FACE (the "feature" length version of the MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. episode "The Double Affair") included a Morton Stevens composition called "Cocktail Piano". On the first Hugo Montenegro album, this was arranged with a latin beat as "A Martini Built for Two". (I actually prefer that version, as the tune seems better suited for the more modern sound.)
"10": also has a PBA of "Laura," (not on the LP). When George is getting drunk in a bar, he hears the pianist playing it and comments how they "don't write them like that anymore".
As a pianist/arranger, I look for songs where the notes move logically, the words make sense and have interesting harmonies. For example, "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" has a beautiful modulation from E flat Major to B Major then back to E flat Major. These elements are sadly missing from the songs of today. To say "they don't write 'em like this anymore" is an understatement to say the least. Does anyone know who the pianist is on the "Chinatown" tracks?
3 Maud/How Is Maud 6 I Want to Marry You/Honeymoon 18 Piano Improvisation of Theme [based on a new theme] 24 Champagne Room #1 28 Champagne Room (excerpt)/Dinner for Three 29 Margarite Montage/Champagne Room #2 33 Champagne Room #5