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'''Charles Strouse''' (b. 1928) is a composer of musical theater, film, and television. His work includes composing the musicals ''[[Little Orphan Annie|Annie]]'', ''All American'' (with a book by [[Mel Brooks]]), ''Bye Bye Birdie'' (originally starring [[Dick Van Dyke]]), and ''[[Superman|It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman]]''. He also composed the theme song for ''All in the Family'', performed on the show by Carroll O'Connor and [[Jean Stapleton]].
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'''Charles Strouse''' (b. 1928) is a composer of musical theater, film, and television. His work includes composing the musicals ''[[Little Orphan Annie|Annie]]'', ''All American'' (with a book by [[Mel Brooks]]), ''Bye Bye Birdie'' (originally starring [[Dick Van Dyke]] and [[Paul Lynde]]), and ''[[Superman|It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman]]''. He also composed the theme song for ''All in the Family'', performed on the show by Carroll O'Connor and [[Jean Stapleton]].
   
 
His songs were featured on ''[[The Muppet Show]]'' and ''[[Dinosaurs]]''.
 
His songs were featured on ''[[The Muppet Show]]'' and ''[[Dinosaurs]]''.

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Charles strouse

Charles Strouse (b. 1928) is a composer of musical theater, film, and television. His work includes composing the musicals Annie, All American (with a book by Mel Brooks), Bye Bye Birdie (originally starring Dick Van Dyke and Paul Lynde), and It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman. He also composed the theme song for All in the Family, performed on the show by Carroll O'Connor and Jean Stapleton.

His songs were featured on The Muppet Show and Dinosaurs.

Annie

Bye Bye Birdie

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