Marvin Hamlisch: Famed Composer Dead at 68

Hamlisch composed the musical scores for "A Chorus Line" and "The Sting."
3:00 | 08/07/12

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The man who composed the scores for a chorus line the staying and the way we were just to name a few has died. Marvin Hamlisch passed away in Los Angeles Monday after a brief illness. He leaves behind a musical legacy that includes more than forty film scores and a Pulitzer Prize for the 1975 Broadway -- a chorus line. That's on top of every other major award including three Oscars Emmys a Tony and Golden Globes. Marvin Hamlisch -- 68 years old.

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