Lew Pollack boasts musical talents that have been featured in a variety of Hollywood productions. Pollack began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like the Janet Gaynor dramatic adaptation "Seventh Heaven" (1927), "Blue Skies" (1929) and the musical "King of Burlesque" (1935) with Warner Baxter. His music also appeared in "Captain January" (1936), the Sonja Henie musical comedy "One in a Million" (1936) and the The Ritz Brothers musical comedy "Kentucky Moonshine" (1938). In the thirties and the nineties, Pollack's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like the The Ritz Brothers comedy adaptation "Straight, Place, and Show" (1938), "Jitterbugs" (1943) and "Gentlemen Marry Brunettes" (1955) with Jane Russell. His work was also in the animated picture "Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown" (1977) with Fred Van Amburg, the romance "Just a Gigolo" (1978) with David Bowie and the Matthew McConaughey action flick "The Newton Boys" (1998). Pollack's music was most recently used in the biographical drama "Jimmy's Hall" (2015) with Barry Ward. Pollack passed away in January 1946 at the age of 51.