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[ July 21st 2004 ]

The memory is still a strong one for David Slonaker. An ardent movie and television music fan growing up in the Alle-Kiski Valley, always aware of who the composers were, the New Kensington native can recall standing in line at the now-closed Liberty Theater along Fifth Avenue in New Kensington to see James Bond's "Goldfinger." Bond girls aside, Slonaker, whose parents, Charles and Joan Slonaker, live in New Kensington, was captured by the magic of John Barry, who composed the music for the early Bond films. Those movies still seem to hold a special place for all film composers of his generation, he says over the phone from his home and office in Woodland Hills, Calif.

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