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Borrowed Music Cues on "Boy, Did I Get the Wrong Number!"


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Some weeks back, TCM showed BOY, DID I GET THE WRONG NUMBER! I was half watching it and doing something else. I was about to switch the channel when I had recognized parts of the music score. I found myself shouting at the TV, "That music's from TV's LOST IN SPACE and BATMAN." I thought for sure this must be a 20th Century-Fox movie, but at the end it stated that it was released by United Artists. Did the studios rent out their scores to other film companies? Is it possible that this film was originally slated to be released by FOX, but for whatever reason (financial) was unloaded onto United Artists?

 

Of course, I had to watch the rest of the movie to see, and hear, what else I could find. Not much. It was really a bad movie. But I did like Phyllis Diller, but I felt her talent was wasted. What do you think? Any input about the borrowed music part of this entry?

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