Over the duration of his Hollywood career, Harry Revel produced music for multiple Hollywood productions. Revel began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like "Sitting Pretty" (1933) with Jack Oakie, the W C Fields comedy "The Old-Fashioned Way" (1934) and the Bing Crosby comedic adaptation "We're Not Dressing" (1934). His music also appeared in the musical comedy "She Loves Me Not" (1934) with Bing Crosby, "Now and Forever" (1934) and "College Rhythm" (1934). In the thirties, Revel's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like the Walter Winchell comedy sequel "Love and Hisses" (1937), "This Is My Affair" (1937) and "Wake Up and Live" (1937). His work was also in the musical comedy "Josette" (1938) with Don Ameche. Revel was nominated for a Music (Song) Academy Award for "The Mayor of 44th Street" in 1942 as well as for a Music (Song) Academy Award for "Minstrel Man" in 1944. Revel's music was also featured in the Paul Frees animated motion picture "The Puppetoon Movie" (1987), the horror film "Lady in White" (1988) with Katherine Helmond and the musical drama "Swing Kids" (1993) with Robert Sean Leonard. His music was also featured in the comedy "Picture Perfect" (1997) with Jennifer Aniston and "Election" (1999) with Matthew Broderick. Revel's music was most recently featured in the Olivia DeJonge horror flick "The Visit" (2015).