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Comments about the soundtrack for Red Dragon (Danny Elfman)
Speaking of Lalo Schifrin...

Matt
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Michael Arlidge
Speaking of Lalo Schifrin...   Monday, October 7, 2002 (7:21 p.m.) 

One of the comment threads mentioned Lalo Schifrin as one of Brett Ratner's other collaborators...as it happens, Schifrin makes a cameo in Red Dragon as conductor of the Baltimore Philharmonic in the opening of the film! (Personally, my favorite composer cameo is Bernard Herrmann in "The Man Who Knew Too Much")

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Stefancos
Re: Speaking of Lalo Schifrin...   Wednesday, October 23, 2002 (8:40 p.m.) 

Given that Lalo Schifrin is a regular Brett Ratner collaborator, and in fact has a cameo appearance in this film, was he originally going to compose an original score for this film? If this is the case, was his score rejected, and if not, was the original plan to allow Schifrin a cameo, and have first-time Ratner collaborator Danny Elfman compose the original score for Red Dragon?

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Michael Arlidge
Re: Speaking of Lalo Schifrin...   Sunday, November 24, 2002 (2:14 p.m.) 

> and if not, was the original plan to allow Schifrin a
> cameo, and have first-time Ratner collaborator Danny Elfman compose the
> original score for Red Dragon?

Red Dragon is not Elfman's first collaboration with this director.
They had already worked together on Family Man in 2000


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