Raoul Kraushaar

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Raoul Kraushaar (August 20, 1908, Paris, France – October 13, 2001, Pompano Beach, Florida) was an American composer, who worked on Hollywood feature films in the 1940s and 1950s.[1]

He continued working on low-budget films through the 1960s and 1970s. After that, and up through the 1980s, most of his work centered on television until his retirement; his works included musical compositions for the Abbott and Costello TV series. He is survived by three children from his first marriage (a son and two daughters) and one from his second; he has nine grandchildren.

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