Dimitri Tiomkin

7 Nominations
6 Wins
Dimitri Tiomkin

Dimitri Tiomkin (born in Kremenchuk, Russia, May 10, 1894, died November 11, 1979), a conductor and a composer, wrote music scores of movies like Duel in the Sun (1946) by King Vidor with Gregory Peck, Red River (1948) by Howard Hawks with John Wayne, High Noon (1952) by Fred Zinnemann with Gary Cooper, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957) by John Sturges with Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas. At the 1957 Golden Globes, Tiomkin won a Recognition Award for Music in Motion Pictures.

Golden Globe Awards

Awards Database

1965 Winner

1965 Winner

Best Score Motion Picture
The Fall of the Roman Empire

1965 Winner

1965 Winner

Best Song Motion Picture
Circus World

1962 Winner

1962 Winner

Best Score Motion Picture
The Guns of Navarone

1962 Winner

1962 Winner

Best Song Motion Picture
Town Without Pity

1961 Winner

1961 Winner

Best Score Motion Picture
The Alamo

1957 Winner

1957 Winner

Special Achievement Award
Dimitri Tiomkin

1953 Winner

1953 Winner

Best Score Motion Picture
High Noon

1952 Nominee

1952 Nominee

Best Score Motion Picture
The Well