Stanley Black produced music for multiple Hollywood productions during the course of his Hollywood career. Black began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like the comedy "Happy Ever After" (1954) with David Niven, the comedic adaptation "As Long As They're Happy" (1957) with Jack Buchanan and the Robert Beatty drama "Time Lock" (1957). His music also appeared in the horror feature "Blood of the Vampire" (1958) with Donald Wolfit, the comedy "The Naked Truth" (1958) with Terry-Thomas and "The Trollenberg Terror" (1958). In the fifties and the sixties, Black's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like "The Vicious Circle" (1959), "Too Many Crooks" (1959) and the Peter Cushing adventure "Sword of Sherwood Forest" (1960). His work was also in "The Battle of the Sexes" (1960) with Peter Sellers, "The Day the Earth Caught Fire" (1961) with Janet Munro and the drama "The Full Treatment" (1961) with Claude Dauphin. Black's music was also featured in the Richard Todd dramatic adaptation "The Long and the Short and the Tall" (1961), the Harry H Corbett dramatic adaptation "Rattle of a Simple Man" (1964) and "War Gods of the Deep" (1965) with Vincent Price. His music was also featured in the biopic "Valentino" (1977) with Rudolf Nureyev. Black most recently worked on "The Wicked Lady" (1983). Black passed away in November 2002 at the age of 89.