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  1. Hecht-Lancaster & Buzzell Music, Inc. (sometimes referred to as Hecht-Lancaster-Buzzell Music Publishing, and later known as Hecht & Buzzell Music, Inc. and Colby Music, Inc.) was an American music publishing company founded by film producer Harold Hecht, his brother-in-law Loring Buzzell, and Hecht's business partner, actor/producer ...

  2. Hecht-Lancaster & Buzzell Music, Inc. was an American music publishing company founded by film producer Harold Hecht, his brother-in-law Loring Buzzell, and Hecht's business partner, actor/producer Burt Lancaster.

  3. Sweet Smell of Success is the soundtrack to the 1957 Hecht-Hill-Lancaster Productions film of the same name. The music from the film was released by Decca Records in June 1957 on two separate long play records; one featuring Elmer Bernstein 's score, the other with Chico Hamilton Quintet 's music.

  4. Hecht & Buzzell Music Inc. was a music publishing company founded by Harold Hecht, Burt Lancaster and Loring Buzzell in 1956. It dissolved in 1960. Hecht-Lancaster & Buzzell Music copyrighted their work exclusively through ASCAP.

  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1959 Vinyl release of "Separate Tables / The Voice In My Heart" on Discogs.

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    • Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
  6. Loring Bruce Buzzell (October 3, 1927 – October 20, 1959) was an American music publisher and record label executive. [1] Together with film producer Harold Hecht and actor Burt Lancaster, he formed a series of music publishing imprints in the middle and late 1950s. [1]

  7. American music publishing company