French film composer Georges Delerue studied his craft less than prestigious film musician Darius Milhaud. Interested in creating feeling than churning out strike theme tunes, Delerue added the ratings to over 150 movies. In his indigenous France, Delerue published music for such respectable New Wave movies as Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959), Take the Piano Participant (1960) and Jules et Jim (1961). Similarly busy in Britain as well as the U.S., Delerue done A Man for all those Months (1966), Anne of one thousand Days (1969), Day time from the Dolphin (1973), JUST A LITTLE Love (1979), Platoon (1986) and Metal Magnolias (1989). He also penned music for stage and Television productions during his lengthy career. Delerue’s last rating was for the unusual American romantic humor Joe Versus the Volcano (1990).