Fields and many others. In the late 1940�s he was the musical director of the Carnegie Pops Orchestra at Carnegie Hall. He was cited by President Truman for his war contributions for his work on the documentary �Tanks.� In the 1960�s he was solicited by Gypsy Rose Lee to compose a revue for her to be held in Manhattan; it never materialized. He composed numerous scores for Louis De Rochemont for the Cinerama films of the 1950�s. He was also responsible for the score to Arthur Penn�s classic film �Mickey One,� starring Warren Beattey.
He contributed to many television scores, including Father Knows Best, Deputy Dog, Rocky & Bullwinkle, The Jetsons and more. Upon formal retirement in the early 1970�s he became musical consultant to Madison Square Garden. He had children by 2 different marriages. He had a son and daughter with his first wife, Ruth (Lamont) Shaindlin (who later married Sigmund Gottlieb and passed away in 1997) and 5 sons with his widow, Natalie Shaindlin who resides in New England. Read more on Last.fm.
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