Name the Movie by Film Score

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John - the second audio clip on Putfile isn't starting - maybe you can check this and repost.
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I'm still having trouble accessing your Putfiles on my laptop. which is my main access vehicle to SSO. I'm still able to launch them from the desktop, so my guess is:

Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas? :?
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Jezebel wrote:The second audio clip on Putfile isn't starting - maybe you can check this and repost.
I'm with you Jeze, I haven't been able to listen for a week now... :cry:
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JohnM wrote: The mystery score is from a film whose main character has been portrayed by many.
Would the main character be one of the following: spy, detective, superhero.

(the 2nd Putfile played OK this time)
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AHA! Superman - the Movie

Boy, as Moraldo said earlier, John Williams sure steals from the best. One hears themes similar to Korngold and Prokofiev on this soundtract recording.
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In response - Main Title from King's Row (1941)
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North By Northwest

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Sounds like the Cafeteria scene from North By Northwest. Thank you, Mr. Herrmann; and thank you JohnM for taking us to the 1950's!
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