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Hoosiers or Rudy?

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Hoosiers or Rudy?   Saturday, June 24, 2006 (3:56 p.m.) 

I say Hoosiers is a better score (and a better movie) than Rudy. A side note - Gene Hackman is great in Hoosiers. May Jerry Goldsmith Rest In Peace.

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Re: Hoosiers or Rudy?   Monday, December 24, 2012 (3:04 a.m.) 

> I say Hoosiers is a better score (and a better movie) than Rudy. A side
> note - Gene Hackman is great in Hoosiers. May Jerry Goldsmith Rest In
> Peace.

The two best soundtracks of film composer Jerry Goldsmith are excellent. Jerry was unique and we'll never have another Jerry Goldsmith. When Rudy came out in 1993 did not have words to describe what he had composed for this film, truly a work of heart and an awesome melody. Each year Jerry composed soundtracks 3,4 or 5 and one of these was the best play of the year for 1993 was Rudy. He deserved oscar hollywood undoubtedly was not recognized. For me it is better that theme Rudy and credit is unsurpassed.

Jerry the best ever!!


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Re: Hoosiers or Rudy?   Wednesday, January 9, 2013 (9:20 p.m.) 

> The two best soundtracks of film composer Jerry Goldsmith are excellent.
> Jerry was unique and we'll never have another Jerry Goldsmith. When Rudy
> came out in 1993 did not have words to describe what he had composed for
> this film, truly a work of heart and an awesome melody. Each year Jerry
> composed soundtracks 3,4 or 5 and one of these was the best play of the
> year for 1993 was Rudy. He deserved oscar hollywood undoubtedly was not
> recognized. For me it is better that theme Rudy and credit is unsurpassed.

> Jerry the best ever!!

But if you notice, theme of Rudy somewhat resemble like theme of "The Ghost and The Darkness", of course, Rudy came first then that movie. Did you notice that similarity??


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