The Man with One Red Shoe


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I just saw an old Tom Hanks movie and the score had a groovy theme to it.
I've always wondered if it was part of some other thing but kind of doubted it since I never found anything about it on the web.

Is the score for a movie necessarily a one shot deal?
I've heard movie scores used over and over in all kinds of things so no they're not one shot if someone wants to sell the rights to another who feels that the music will suit their purpose.
Don't know anything about the movie in question though. Sorry.

And WTF is your avatar? :lol: :lol: :lol:
The credits listing at has the following info:

Original Music by
Michael Masser (love theme)
Thomas Newman
Non-Original Music by
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (from "Scheherazade")

I don't know if that helps or not, but that's all that's listed regarding a soundtrack... But, like Fitz says... From what I understand, music can be licensed to anyone who wants to pay for it.