Composer Daniele Amfitheatrof scored several MGM films through the ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s. Before that, the Russian-born child of the novelist and playwright, and graduate from the Royal Academy of Music in Rome, carried out various Western symphonies. He obtained his 1st film, Maximum Ophul’s La signora di Tutti, in 1934. 3 years later on he emigrated towards the U.S. where he carried out the Minneapolis and Boston symphony orchestras until at risk of Hollywood in 1939. His best-known ratings are from movies such as Notice from an Unfamiliar Female (1948), The Desert Fox(1951), and Main Dundee (1965).