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September 13, 2004

COMPOSER BRUCE BROUGHTON WINS NINTH EMMY AWARD

Los Angeles – September 13, 2004 – Bruce Broughton has won the Emmy Award for "Eloise at Christmastime" in the category of Outstanding Composition for a Miniseries, Movie or Special. Bruce has been nominated 21 times and this is his ninth Emmy.

Bruce Broughton's score to Eloise at Christmastime is a charming and delightful musical sensation, which artfully complements this lovely children's story by Kay Thompson.

In 2003, the composer made Emmy history when he won the award for an eighth time. "The most-honored composer of original music in television" continues his legacy with this latest recognition.

Eloise at Christmastime is directed by Kevin Lima, and stars Julie Andrews, Emmy-nominated for her role as "Nanny."

For more information, please contact Lisa Edmondson.


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