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    reveal's Daily Trivia 3.11.19

    What musical artist turned down James Cameron's invitation to create the soundtrack for the 1997 blockbuster film Titanic?
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    Ennio Morricone? Basil Poledouris?
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    I miss Basil. He was even from my State.

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    Vanilla Ice ?
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    John Williams?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiningbrow View Post
    John Williams?
    Thank you! I've been trying to remember who did the Star Wars scores.

    He's also not the right answer, but I have been trying to remember him.
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    Well, it sure as hell wasn't Moby.

    I think Jerry Goldsmith is too old.

    I'm trying to conjure up somebody with a penchant for syrupy dreck. Really, Barry Manilow was too good for it, and I don't think he would have been asked. Who wrote the music for The Bodyguard? Somebody who writes stuff for Whitney Houston would work. But I'm coming up empty.

    I hated that movie. The only redeeming characteristic was the fine CGI work. And I guess it gave a lot of actors work, like an ill fated WPA project.
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    Enya. Composer James Horner ended up creating the soundtrack with Celine Dion singing the famous song “My Heart Will Go On.” Horner composed music for a number of other blockbuster films, from Braveheart (1995) to Avatar (2009).
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