What is the name of this one song from the movie "The Master of Disguise"?

What is the name of the song that plays when you see Pistachio's grandfather walking in the street after Pistachio's parents are kidnapped by Bowman?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    i haven't seen the movie but this is the soundtrack list:

    Fun"

    Written by Rose Falcon and Billy Falcon

    Performed by Rose Falcon

    Courtesy of Columbia Records

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "Can You See Me"

    Written, Produced and Performed by Bottlefly

    Courtesy of Bully Music

    "Walking On Sunshine"

    Written by Kimberly Rew

    Performed by Katrina And The Waves

    Courtesy of Capitol Records

    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music

    "Papa Don't Preach"

    Written by Brian Elliot

    "Tubular Bells"

    Written by Mike Oldfield

    "I Like To Move It"

    Written by Erick Morillo and Mark Quashie

    Performed by Reel 2 Real featuring The Mad Stuntman

    Courtesy of Strictly Rhythm Records LLC

    "M.A.S.T.E.R. Part 1"

    Written by Bryan Bonwell, James Carter and Ivan Norwood

    Produced by I-ROC, Jammin' James Carter and Ivan Norwood

    Performed by The Hardhedz featuring Play

    Play appears courtesy of Columbia Records

    "Songbird"

    Written and Performed by Kenny G

    Courtesy of Arista Records, Inc.

    Under license from BMG Special Products, Inc.

    "Chariots Of Fire"

    Written by Vangelis (as Evangelos Papathanassiou)

    "Double Dutch Bus"

    Written by William A. Bloom and Franklyn Leon Smith

    Produced by Damon Elliott

    Performed by Devin Vasquez

    Courtesy of Columbia Records

    "Whip It"

    Written by Mark Mothersbaugh and Gerald Casale

    Performed by Devo

    Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.

    By Arrangement with Warner Special Products and Courtesy of Virgin Records Ltd.

    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music

    "Master Of Disguise"

    Written by Colleen Fitzpatrick and Jimmy Harry

    Produced by Jimmy Harry

    Performed by Vitamin C

    "Eye Of The Tiger"

    Written by Jim Peterik and Frankie Sullivan (as Frankie Sullivan III)

    "M.O.D."

    Written by Chris Ballew and Tad Hotchison

    Produced by Chris Ballew

    Performed by Chris and Tad

    "Bouree"

    from "Orchestral Suite No. 3, BWV 1068"

    Written by Johann Sebastian Bach

    "Walking On Sunshine"

    Written by Kimberley Rew

    Produced by Damon Elliott

    Performed by Val C

    Courtesy of Elliott Entertainment, Inc.

    "Conga"

    Written by Enrique Garcia

    Performed by The Miami Sound Machine

    Courtesy of Epic Records

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "Theme From Jaws"

    Written by John Williams

    "This Could Be Love"

    Written by Solange Knowles, Troy Johnson and Sean P. Young

    Performed by Solange

    Courtesy of Music World Music/Columbia Records

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "Cinderella"

    Written by Lindy Robbins and Kevin Savigar

    Performed by Play

    Courtesy of Columbia Records

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "U Can't Touch This"

    Written by Rick James, Alonzo Miller and Kirk Burrell

    Performed by M.C. Hammer

    Courtesy of Capitol Records

    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music

    "Irresistible"

    Written by Anders Bagge, Pamela Shayne and Arnthor Birgisson

    Performed by Jessica Simpson

    Courtesy of Columbia Records

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "M.A.S.T.E.R. Part 2"

    Written by James Carter, Ivan Norwood, Bryan Bonwell, Marques Houston, Jerome Jones,

    Kelton Kessee and Tony Oliver

    Produced by Platinum Status and Chris Stokes

    Performed by Play featuring Lil' Fizz of B2K

    Play appears courtesy of Columbia Records

    Lil' Fizz appears courtesy of T.U.G./Epic Records

    "Happy Face"

    Written by Beyonce Knowles, Falonte Moore, Rob Fusari, Calvin Gaines and Bill Lee

    Performed by Destiny's Child

    Courtesy of Columbia Records

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "Don't Stop (Doin' It)"

    Written by Louis Biancaniello, Anastacia L. Newkirk and Samuel Watters

    Performed by Anastacia

    Courtesy of Epic Records

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

  • 1 decade ago

    Hahaha, I don't remember, but I saw that movie in theaters with a bunch of kids and I was like 18.

  • 4 years ago

    It's the theme from the exorcist

  • 1 decade ago

    dont know

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