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Paul Francis Webster
Paul Francis Webster
Born Paul Francis Webster
December 20, 1907
New York City, New York
Died March 18, 1984
Beverly Hills, California
Positions Lyricist

Paul Francis Webster (born December 20, 1907; died March 18, 1984) was a composer and lyricist who wrote the lyrics to the theme song of Spider-Man along with composter Robert Harris.

He was nominated for the Academy Awards for Best Original Song sixteen times winning three times.

Biography

Other notable works include King for a Day, Bad Boy, Fisherman's Wharf, Hit the Ice, Ghost Catchers, I'll Remember April, The Ed Sullivan Show, Invitation, Calamity Jane, Young at Heart, The Girl He Left Behind, Interlude, Maverick, The Frank Sinatra Show, Jazz Party, Mardi Gras, Rio Bravo, The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show, The Alamo, The Guns of Navarone, The Avengers, Mutiny on the Bounty, 77 Sunset Strip, I Spy, Bandstand, The Cool Ones, Bullitt, The Stepmother, The Graham Kennedy Show, The Ernie Sigley Show, The Sonny and Cher Show, Grease, The Shining, Fame, Webster, and The Wonder Years.

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