|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Walt Disney's Pinocchio (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)||25||Audio||1992||Pickwick Music|
|2||Dangerous Crossing / Pickup On South Street||24||Audio||2009||Intrada|
|3||Warlock / Violent Saturday||31||Audio||2005||Intrada|
|4||These Thousand Hills / The Proud Ones||27||Audio||2010||Intrada|
|5||What Price Glory / Fixed Bayonets / The Desert Rats||29||Audio||2009||Intrada|
|6||The Enemy Below||20||Audio||2004||Intrada|
|7||House Of Bamboo||23||Audio||2006||Intrada|
|8||The True Story Of Jesse James / The Last Wagon||10||Audio||2009||Intrada|
|9||The Girl In The Red Velvet Swing / The St. Valentine's Day Massacre||20||Audio||2009||Intrada|
|10||Good Morning, Miss Dove! / Black Widow||22||Audio||2009||Intrada|
|11||The House On Telegraph Hill / 10 North Frederick||29||Audio||2011||Intrada|
|12||Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs||7||Audio||Disneyland|
Leigh Harline (March 26, 1907 – December 10, 1969) was an American award-winning film composer.
Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, Harline worked for various radio stations before joining the Walt Disney Studios in 1932 as arranger and scorer, and won an Academy Award for the song "When You Wish Upon a Star" from Disney's Pinocchio (1940) which would later become Disney's signature theme for his TV series.
A graduate of the University of Utah, Harline was a musical director for local Los Angeles radio when he was hired by [a=Walt Disney] to score the Silly Symphonies cartoon series in the 1930s. With [a=Frank Churchill], [a=Larry Morey], and [a=Paul J. Smith], Harline was responsible for such Disney-film tunes as "I'm Wishing," "Whistle While You Work," "Heigh Ho" and "Some Day My Prince Will Come."
Disney retained Harline's services for his next cartoon feature, Pinocchio (1939) which would lead to his Oscar win. Harline left Disney in 1941 to compose for other studios (among his more memorable projects was the Hope-Crosby comedy Road to Utopia ).