Happy 80th birthday to John Williams

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  1. Probe Droid

    Probe Droid Master Member

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    What would so many of the things we hold dear be without his music? Would SW, Indy, Jaws, etc., etc., etc., be as good with different scores? It's a hell of a question.

    Happy birthday, sir.
     
  2. Hedjii72

    Hedjii72 Sr Member

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  3. Apollo

    Apollo Legendary Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Plenty of TV shows carry his thems as well!

    :cheers to the Maestro!
     
  4. jedichase

    jedichase Well-Known Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Happy Birthday Maestro Williams. Thanks for the unforgettable themes. I think just about anybody can recognize a Spielberg or Lucas movie by humming one of Williams themes.
     
  5. SciFiMuseum

    SciFiMuseum Well-Known Member

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    Happy 80th Birthday to John Williams. Thank you for adding art and beauty through sound to this world!
     
  6. robn1

    robn1 Master Member

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    Happy Birthday Maestro, and many thanks for all the great scores!
     
  7. micdavis

    micdavis Master Member

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    Just another George Lucas yes man.

    (see that is what it's like to have something you enjoy slammed at every turn)

    On a serious note.

    He is the master, from Lost In Space to Star Wars to Harry Potter.

    Really the soundtrack to my life.

    Thanks Mr. Williams.
     
  8. PotionMistress

    PotionMistress Sr Member

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    This is one amazing man! A million thanks for your talent! Happy Birthday and many more!
     
  9. Mr_Creepy

    Mr_Creepy Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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  10. Wes R

    Wes R Legendary Member

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    He made the national nightly news today in a happy birthday segment, short mind you, and he still composes daily using pencil and paper. Apparently he doesn't own a computer.
     

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