Largely unsung until his final years but quietly influential figure in film and TV music. Scott's greatest pop culture impact was on the aural component of Warner Bros. cartoons in their heyday of the 1930s, 40s and 50s. Music arranger Carl Stalling utilized several of Scott's compositions in classic cartoons featuring Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig and company. The Machine Age sounds of "Powerhouse," his most famous piece, was usually heard whenever there was an extended gag involving construction or machinery in operation. Scott's quirky and jazzy tunes have been joined with intense animation more recently on "The Ren and Stimpy Show" (Nickelodeon). A Hollywood music veteran, Scott provided songs for features including the Eddie Cantor vehicle, "Ali Baba Goes to Town" (1937) and Alfred Hitchcock's atypical deadpan comedy "The Trouble With Harry" (1955). His other feature music credits include "Never Love A Stranger" (1958) and "The Pusher" (1960).