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Pierre Henry (II) (1927–2017)

Pierre Henry was born on December 9, 1927 in Paris, France. He was a composer, known for Altered States (1980), Mean Girls (2004) and I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997). He died on July 5, 2017 in Paris. See full bio »


(age 89) in Paris, France

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Known For

Altered States Music Department
Mean Girls Soundtrack


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 2013 Give It Up! (Short)
 2008 Jacques
 2007 The Love Life of an Octopus (Documentary short)
 1971 Law Breakers
 1970 Essai à la mille (Short)
 1968 Le candidat (Short)
 1968 Mobiles (Documentary short)
 1968 Giraglia (Short)
 1967 Marie et le curé (Short)
 1967 Soy leyenda (Short)
 1965 Les montréalistes (Documentary short)
 1964 Fait à Coaraze (Short)
 1964 Garabatos (Documentary short)
 1964 La reine verte (TV Movie)
 1964 Calder's Circus (Documentary short)
 1953 La grande espérance (Documentary short)
 1952 Astrologie ou le miroir de la vie (Documentary short)
 1929 Man with a Movie Camera (Documentary) (1993)
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His 1967 rock experiment "Psyché Rock" is perhaps his best-known piece. Borrowed from a longer ballet score he wrote, it was remixed by Fatboy Slim and formed the basis for Christopher Tyng's theme song for Futurama (1999). See more »

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