developed by the Library and assigns alphanumeric IDs. 2 :33 Steiner's score for The Letter was nominated for the 1941 Academy award for best original score, losing to Pinocchio. Steiner became a mainstay at Warner Bros., scoring 140 of their films over the next 30 years alongside Hollywood stars such as Bette Davis, Errol Flynn, Humphrey Bogart, and James Cagney. 4 9 :152 Steiner's pace slowed significantly in the mid-1950s, and he began freelancing. The theme is heard as the Captain throws the money on the table after Frankie is killed. 5 Steiner's final production on Broadway was Sons O' Guns in 1929. 10 :2 However, one of his first introductions to operettas was by Franz Lehár who worked for a time as a military bandmaster for Steiner's father's theatre. Tom Perry Special Collections, Brigham Young University The Film Music of Max Steiner on YouTube, documentary by Barry Kolman "Max Steiner Father of Film Music" on YouTube, film documentary trailer "Max Steiner Greatest Hits" on YouTube, compilation by Beny Debny.