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Hamlisch, Marvin Syllabification: Ham·lisch, Marvin
Pronunciation: /ˈhamliSH/

Definition of Hamlisch, Marvin in English:

( 1944–2012), US composer; full name Marvin Frederick Hamlisch. He wrote the music for movies such as The Way We Were (1973) and The Sting (1973), and for Broadway shows such as A Chorus Line (1975) and Imaginary Friends (2002).

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