From the movie "Sister act"
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Franck Pourcel was a French composer, arranger and conductor of popular music and classical music. Born in Marseille on 11 August 1913, Pourcel started learning the violin at the age of six. Later, Pourcel studied violin at the Conservatoire in Marseille, and also drums because he loved jazz, and spent a year in Paris at the Conservatoire. By 1931, he was working as a violinist in several theaters in Marseille. He then became the musical director for Lucienne Boyer, with whom he went on a world tour. He immigrated to the United States in 1952 but returned to France the following. Between 1956 and 1972, he was the conductor for France at the Eurovision Song Contest with the exceptions of 1957 and 1968. Four of the songs that he conducted won first place for France. As a result, France became the most successful country in the contest's early years, until Luxembourg matched its four wins in 1973.
Paul Mauriat (1925 – 2006) was a French orchestra leader, conductor of Le Grand Orchestre de Paul Mauriat, who specialized in the easy listening genre. In 1962, Paul, using a pseudonym of Del Roma, wrote a song “Chariot” that brought its singer the Grand Prix in Eurovision Song Contest. He did this work together with the famous French composer and musician Franck Pourcel (alias JS Stole). Later the song got its English name «I Will Follow Him» and became popular in the United States of America. This old hit has been revamped for the film Sister Act, in which Whoopi Goldberg performs the number with Deloris & the Sisters.