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Louis Febre

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Born: 1959, Saltillo, Mexico.
Background: Talented Mexican composer and arranger who has spent most of career in Hollywood orchestrating and arranging for John Debney and Mark Snow, and writing music for B-grade action flicks and “movies-of-the-week”. Attended a private academy in his hometown, where he was taught the piano. After moving from Mexico to Los Angeles, he attended Cal State University in Northridge. Scored his first projects in the early 1980s, and first came to prominence co-composing the Emmy-winning music with John Debney for the NASA drama “The Cape” in 1997, and enjoyed a rare taste of box office success with the thriller “Swimfan” in 2002. His other projects include a number of TV-movies for the production company PM Entertainment, scores for the recent straight-to-video Scooby-Doo animated features (some of which are very good!), and most recently writing for the hit TV series “Smallville” and “Desperate Housewives”.
Highlight Scores: The Cape (TV), Doctor Who, Tower of Terror, Strike!, Mr Murder, First Daughter, Nowhere to Land, Swimfan, Red Water, Smallville (TV), Unstoppable, Desperate Housewives (TV).
Awards: Emmy for “The Cape” (1997)

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  • idmon20

    I'm really curious as basqueneo, will there be any realease of this song. And the one at the funeral (same episode). TOTALLY love those two, im going crazy not knowing if there's a full version of these songs.

    26 Mar 2010 Reply
  • basqueneo

    Hey, I'm looking for the song at the end of "Persuasion", where Clark destroys Zod's Solar Tower. Was that done by Louis Febre? And if so, when do you plan on releasing it? That was an amazing tune!!!!!!!! Thank you for any help! :)

    21 Feb 2010 Reply