New Yorker Paul Giovanni (1933-1990) was a playwright, actor, director, singer and musician. Giovanni was best known for writing the music for the film The Wicker Man, a tale of conflict and discovery involving a British police officer investigating a neo-pagan cult on a deserted island. The sound track and film are both cult classics. He died from AIDS in 1990.

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