David Broekman - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

David Broekman’s height is 6ft (1.83 m)

David Broekman is music department born in May 13, 1899, Leiden, Netherlands

Best Known For Movie: All Quiet on the Western Front
Born: May 13, 1899, Leiden, Netherlands
Filmography: Savage Fury (1956), Crowded Paradise (1956), The James Melton Show (1951), Think Fast (1949), Breezing Home (1937), Queen of the Jungle (1935/I), The Cheyenne Tornado (1935), Condemned to Live (1935), Gun Smoke (1935), The Call of the Savage (1935), Wilderness Mail (1935), The Rustlers of Red Dog (1935), Strange As It Seems #36 (1934), The Brand of Hate (1934), The Law of the Wild (1934), The Red Rider (1934), The Lost Jungle (1934/II), Smoking Guns (1934), Honor of the Range (1934), Glamour (1934), The Lost Jungle (1934/I), Pirate Treasure (1934), Gun Justice (1933), Perils of Pauline (1933), Saturday’s Millions (1933), Fast Workers (1933), Air Mail (1932), The Old Dark House (1932), Back Street (1932), My Pal, the King (1932), Daring Danger (1932), Tom Brown of Culver (1932), Fast Companions (1932), Heroes of the West (1932), Radio Patrol (1932), The Airmail Mystery (1932), Steady Company (1932), Stowaway (1932), Law and Order (1932), House of Mystery (1931), Heaven on Earth (1931), Frankenstein (1931), The Spirit of Notre Dame (1931), Dirigible (1931), The Bad Sister (1931), Resurrection (1931), The Concentratin’ Kid (1930), The Indians Are Coming (1930), Outside the Law (1930), Spurs (1930), Sons of the Saddle (1930), The Little Accident (1930), What Men Want (1930), Song of the Caballero (1930), Young Desire (1930), Trigger Tricks (1930), Czar of Broadway (1930), Mountain Justice (1930), All Quiet on the Western Front (1930), Captain of the Guard (1930), Undertow (1930), The Mounted Stranger (1930), Chilly Con Carmen (1930), Kounty Fair (1930), Hell’s Heroes (1929), Courtin’ Wildcats (1929), Nutty Notes (1929), Tarzan the Tiger (1929), Hurdy Gurdy (1929/II), Amature Nite (1929), White Hell of Pitz Palu (1929), The Phantom of the Opera (1925), Crowded Paradise (1956), The Best of Broadway (1954-1955), Tomorrow at Seven (1933), Scandal for Sale (1932), Platinum Blonde (1931), The Concentratin’ Kid (1930), Hot for Hollywood (1930), Tramping Tramps (1930), The Prison Panic (1930), Roaring Ranch (1930), The Hash Shop (1930), Bowery Bimbos (1930), Broadway Folly (1930), Kisses and Kurses (1930), Chilly Con Carmen (1930), Kounty Fair (1930), Courtin’ Wildcats (1929), Nutty Notes (1929), Tarzan the Tiger (1929), Hurdy Gurdy (1929/II), Skinner Steps Out (1929), Amature Nite (1929), The Mississippi Gambler (1929), Tonight at Twelve (1929), Submarine (1928), Hot for Hollywood (1930), Tramping Tramps (1930), The Prison Panic (1930), All Quiet on the Western Front (1930), The Hash Shop (1930), Bowery Bimbos (1930), Broadway Folly (1930), Kisses and Kurses (1930), Crowded Paradise (1956), Air Mail (1932), Once in a Lifetime (1932), Forbidden (1932), The Mounted Stranger (1930), Think Fast (1949).
Other Names: David Hendrines Broekman
Astrological Sign: Taurus
Occupation: Film Score Composer, Music Department
Died: January 1, 1958, New York City, New York, United States
Nominations: Primetime Emmy Award for Best Musical Contribution For Television
Film music credits: Broadway Folly, Kounty Fair, Nutty Notes
Height: 6ft (1.83 m)

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