Not only that, but Elmer Bernstein provided wonderful scores to many of his films including “Mockingbird” and four other Mulligan pictures that registered strongly with me as a young man:
“Fear Strikes Out” (1957) with Anthony Perkins as a troubled young baseball player with an overbearing father (Karl Malden);
“The Rat Race” (1960), which Garson Kanin adapted from his own play, showing a new side to Debbie Reynolds and Tony Curtis;
“Love With the Proper Stranger” (1964) starring Steve McQueen and Natalie Wood (pictured), who copped a best-actress Oscar nomination for her performance as a woman who becomes pregnant after a one-night stand;
“Baby, the Rain Must Fall” (1965) with McQueen opposite Lee Remick in a sensuous tale set against Texas honky-tonks based on a play by Horton Foote.
Here’s Mulligan’s obituary in The New York Times