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The ever-hopeful January edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. Kicking off 2014, the cover story is an interview with PATRICK DOYLE on JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT, featuring a wealth of multimedia exclusives, including scoring session footage, and the composer demonstrating his themes at the piano. And hold on on to your seats for our annual YEAR IN REVIEW coverage, with diverse contributions from an array of contributors. Also in this issue: BENJAMIN WALLFISCH, discusses THE THIRTEENTH TALE and HOURS; an enormous look at the film music critic PAGE COOK; Part 2 of AN EVENING WITH GEORGE FENTON, in which the composer talks of his collaborations with Harold Ramis, Andy Tennant and more; a review of the London live-to-picture concert of THE ARTIST; a first-time TORN PAGES; more embedded audio clips, and more.
 
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April 18
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Dave Grusin begins recording his score for The Goonies (1985)
Ed Plumb died (1958)
Jerry Goldsmith begins recording his score for Players (1979)
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Kings Row released in theaters (1942)
Maurice Jarre wins his second Oscar, for Dr. Zhivago's score; presumably decides to stick with this David Lean kid (1966)
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