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Allan Gray (23 February, 1902 – 10 September, 1973) was a composer, noted for his film scores.
He was born Józef Żmigrod in Tarnów, which was then in Austria-Hungary, but it's now part of Poland. He studied under the renowned Austrian composer Arnold Schönberg during the 1920s, and later wrote music for Max Reinhardt's theatre productions. As Schoenberg disapproved of such music, Żmigrod took up the pen name Allan Gray, naming himself after Oscar Wilde's Dorian Gray.