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Which shortlisted score from the late 1950s most deserved an Oscar? (August 18, 2016)
  The African Lion (Smith)
  Al Capone (Raksin)
  Bad Day at Black Rock (Previn)
  The Brave One (Young)
  A Certain Smile (Newman)
  Darby O’Gill and the Little People (Wallace)
  East of Eden (Rosenman)
  The Hanging Tree (Steiner)
  Houseboat (Duning)
  I’ll Cry Tomorrow (North)
  The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (Arnold)
  The Last Angry Man (Duning)
  Lust for Life (Rozsa)
  Man of a Thousand Faces (Skinner)
  The Night of the Hunter (Schumann)
  Old Yeller (Wallace)
  Peyton Place (Waxman)
  Sayonara (Waxman)
  Secrets of Life (Smith)
  Seven Wonders of the World (E. Newman, Raksin, Moross)
  Some Came Running (Bernstein)
  Some Like It Hot (Deutsch)
  The Ten Commandments (Bernstein)
  Vertigo (Herrmann)
  Written on the Wind (Skinner)
 
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