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    It's all good... I found it.
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    can you tell me what it is please, it's driving me insane i need to know what it's called and where i can get it. cheers

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    I am curious to know the song that plays at the end of the trailer for Charlotte's Web. Here is the link: Charlotte's Web Trailer 2

    The song I am wondering about is at the end of the trailer. If you know what it is, please help. Thanks.

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    Far and Away (1992) - John Williams
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    Hi

    does anyone know what song is playing from 1:02?

    http://www.charlotteswebmovie.com/pu...aser_large.mov

    thnx
    :-)

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    Question Charlotte's Web Featurette

    Hey,

    another challenge:

    does anyone here know what music plays at the beginning of this Charlotte's Web featurette (after about 5 seconds)??

    http://www.imdb.com/video/screenplay/vi532545817/

    It's not any motif from the OST, I've got it. (I know...
    It sounds like it could be a Disney thing, sounds like the Dinsey parade music, or countryey anyway, it sounds familiar somehow..
    It would already help to know if the music is from the composer of the original score, or some unnamed guy who does things like find or create songs to underlay featurettes.

    Any help is greatly appreciated!

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