Entertainment List of Films Scored By Scott Bradley

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List of movies with music composed by Scott Bradley, listed alphabetically with trailers of the movies when available. This list includes any film scores composed by Scott Bradley, ranging from smaller indie movies to larger blockbuster pictures. Film composers are responsible for writing and composing the music that plays during the movie, which is particularly important for dramas and adventure movies- imagine what Lord of the Rings would have sounded like without an amazing score. Useful bits of trivia are can be found below, such as who directed each film scored by Scott Bradley and when the movie was first released. Scott Bradley is a world renowned film composer, so if you're a music buff use this list to find the names of Scott Bradley soundtracks that you haven't heard before.

Examples of movies on this list: Tom and Jerry, Droopy Dog and many more.

This Scott Bradley films list can help answer the question, "Which movies were scored by Scott Bradley?"
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Lillian Randolph, Thea Vidale
A Mouse in the House is a 1947 one-reel animated cartoon and is the 32nd Tom and Jerry short directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and produced by Fred Quimby. It was animated by Kenneth ...more
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Butch is going shopping... in an ally. He finds what he can in a garbage cans, and takes them with him. But a bottle of fresh milk on a doorstep catches his attention, and goes over to get it. ...more
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Sara Berner
A little girl is dollying up Tom to make him look like a baby cat. Jerry laughs at him, prompting Tom to chase him around the house into a dollhouse. Jerry dresses up like a doll to escape from ...more
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William Hanna, Tex Avery, Dick Nelson
Bad Luck Blackie is a 1949 animated cartoon produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The Tex Avery-directed short was voted the 15th-best cartoon of all-time in a 1994 poll of 1,000 animation industry ...more
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Daws Butler
Spike's perfect pool-side barbecue with Tyke turns into a disaster when Tom and Jerry come crashing through with their usual chasing antics.
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Barney Bear was a series of animated cartoon short subjects produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio. The titular character was an anthropomorphic cartoon character, a sluggish, sleepy ...more
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Bird-Brain Bird Dog
Bird-Brain Bird Dog is a 1954 animated short film, directed by Dick Lundy for MGM as part of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer' Barney Bear series, involving Barney getting himself an uncooperative dog to ...more
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Pinto Colvig, Frank Graham, Bill Thompson
Blitz Wolf is an early anti-German World War II Hitler-parodying cartoon produced and distributed in 1942 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It was directed by Tex Avery and produced by Fred Quimby. It was ...more
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Paul Frees
Tom is sitting on the railroad tracks, feeling miserable about losing his girlfriend to his rival Butch again. Feeling sad for him, Jerry narrates the whole story as he watches on.
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Bottles is a 1936 MGM Happy Harmonies animated cartoon directed by Hugh Harman and produced by Rudolf Ising.
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Janet Waldo, Julie Bennett
Busy Buddies is a 1956 one reel animated Tom and Jerry short directed and produced by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera with music by Scott Bradley. The cartoon was animated by Irven Spence, ...more
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Tom is using Jerry for many embarrassing things to, once again, impress a female cat. Jerry gets frustrated and calls Butch to get the female cat. Tom and Butch duke it out to see who will get ...more
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William Hanna
Cat Fishin' is a 1947 American one-reel animated cartoon and is the 27th Tom and Jerry short directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, produced by Fred Quimby and animated by Kenneth Muse, ...more
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Cat Napping is a 1951 one-reel animated cartoon and is the 62nd Tom and Jerry short directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and produced by Fred Quimby.
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Cat's Meow is a 1957 animated short film written by Rich Hogan and directed by Tex Avery.
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Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Morgan, Carl Switzer
Courage of Lassie is a 1946 Technicolor MGM feature film starring Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Morgan, and dog actor Pal in a story about a collie named Bill and his young companion, Kathie Merrick. ...more
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Paul Frees
A luxury cruise ship is bound for Honolulu, Hawaii, and Tom is the ship's mascot. The captain tells Tom that if he sees one mouse on the ship, he'll be kicked off and replaced with a new mascot. ...more
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The setting is of a poolroom. Tom uses Jerry as a ball, as he hits with his cue stick, trying to get into each of the pockets, and so on. Jerry does the same to get back at him.
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Knowing that he can make a lot of money this way, Tom designs the ultimate mouse trap. But after he goes to sleep, the mouse in his blueprints comes to life and warns Jerry about the upcoming ...more
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Bill Thompson
Dixieland Droopy is a 1954 animated short subject in the Droopy series, directed by Tex Avery and produced by Fred Quimby for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Dixieland Droopy was produced simultaneously in ...more
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William Hanna, Lillian Randolph, Billy Bletcher
Tom is chasing Jerry again, and they run into a bull dog. The bull dog gets angry, and starts to chase Tom AND Jerry.
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Paul Frees, William Hanna, Daws Butler
Tom and Jerry hear on the radio about a bear that escaped from the circus who always dances whenever music is playing. When the bear finds it's way to their house, and music starts playing, it ...more
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Downhearted Duckling is the 87th one reel animated Tom and Jerry cartoonreleased. It was created in 1953, directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, and produced by Fred Quimby, with music by ...more
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Jerry drinks a potion that makes him grow super-strong. He decides to go after Tom because this time, he's stronger. Once the potion wears off, Tom drinks some of it himself and grows bigger and ...more
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Droopy Dog is a fictional character in the 1989 film Tummy Trouble.