Hubert Clifford

Intro Australian-born British composer and conductor
Was Musician Author Composer Conductor Film score composer
From United Kingdom
Type Film, Television, Stage and Radio Literature Music
Gender male
Birth 1904, Bairnsdale, Australia
Death 1959, Singapore, Singapore (aged 55 years)

Hubert Clifford (1904–1959) was an Australian-born British composer and conductor. A native of Bairnsdale in rural Victoria, he emigrated to Britain in 1930 and worked principally on film scores. He also worked at the BBC, rising to become Head of Light Music. Clifford's "Drama Links" were used in Ren and Stimpy and SpongeBob SquarePants.

Selected filmography

Anna Karenina (1948) Bonnie Prince Charlie (1948) My Daughter Joy (1950) Seven Days to Noon (1950) Mystery Junction (1951) Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (1951) Cry, the Beloved Country (1951) River Beat (1954) Hell Drivers (1957) The One That Got Away (1957) Bachelor of Hearts (1958)

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