Wilfred Josephs brought his musical talents to a variety of films over the course of his Hollywood career. Josephs began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like the Peter Cushing dramatic adaptation "Cash on Demand" (1961), "The Webster Boy" (1962) with John Cassavetes and the adaptation "Die! Die! My Darling!" (1965) with Tallulah Bankhead. His music also appeared in the adaptation "My Side of the Mountain" (1969) with Theodore Bikel and the horror movie "Dark Places" (1973) with Christopher Lee. Josephs was also known for his contributions to "Mannen i skuggan" (1978), the Richard Harris drama "Martin's Day" (1985) and the Sylvia Kristel biopic drama "Mata Hari" (1985). He wrote music for big screen flicks like "Mannen i skuggan" (1978) with Helmut Griem, the drama "Martin's Day" (1985) with Richard Harris and "Mata Hari" (1985) with Sylvia Kristel. Josephs most recently appeared on "Big Dream, Small Screen" (PBS, 1996-97).