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Nicholas "Slug" Brodszky (Russian: Николай Бродский; April 20, 1905 – December 24, 1958) was a composer of popular songs. Brodszky was born in Odessa (now in Ukraine), to Hungarian parents, and he spoke Hungarian throughout his life. He spent many years studying and working in Rome, Vienna, Berlin and Budapest. In the 1920s he contributed songs to Viennese operettas. His first film was made in Vienna in 1930 and featured Richard Tauber and Gitta Alpar. Five of Nicholas Brodszky's musical compositions were nominated for Academy Awards for Best Original Song:

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  • Nicholas "Slug" Brodszky (Russian: Николай Бродский; April 20, 1905 – December 24, 1958) was a composer of popular songs. Brodszky was born in Odessa (now in Ukraine), to Hungarian parents, and he spoke Hungarian throughout his life. He spent many years studying and working in Rome, Vienna, Berlin and Budapest. In the 1920s he contributed songs to Viennese operettas. His first film was made in Vienna in 1930 and featured Richard Tauber and Gitta Alpar. Five of Nicholas Brodszky's musical compositions were nominated for Academy Awards for Best Original Song:
  • Nicholas "Slug" Brodszky (en russe Николай Бродский, connu aussi sous les noms de Nikolaus Brodszky ou Miklós Brodszky), né le 20 avril 1905 à Odessa et mort le 24 décembre 1958 à Hollywood est un compositeur russe d'origine hongroise et juive.
  • Nikolaus Brodszky (auch Nicolas oder Miklós Brodszky; * 20. April 1905 in Odessa, Russisches Kaiserreich als Miklos Louis Brownstein; † 24. Dezember 1958 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, Kalifornien, USA) war ein russisch-jüdischer Komponist und Musiker. Er schrieb in den 1930er Jahren zahlreiche Schlager, Film- und Operettenmusik. In Berlin war er für den Tonfilm tätig als Komponist für Tonfilmoperetten. Zu seinen bekanntesten Werken zählen„Gitta entdeckt ihr Herz“ (D 1932) mit Gitta Alpár. 1934 emigrierte er in die USA. Nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg arbeitete er verstärkt für den österreichischen Film.
  • Ни́колас Бро́дский (англ. Nicholas Brodszky (также Brodsky), венг. Brodszky Miklós; 20 апреля 1905, Одесса, Херсонская губерния — 24 декабря 1958, Лос-Анджелес) — американский композитор, автор популярных песен. Широкую известность получила его музыка к кинофильмам «Петер» (1934), «Любимец Нового Орлеана» (1950), «Серенада» (1956) и другие. Пять раз был номинирован на «Оскар» в категории «Лучшая оригинальная песня к фильму».
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