Harry Alexander Acres (January 19, 1897 - October 1968) was a British composer of film scores. He was musical director for a number of years during the 1930s at British International Pictures's Elstree Studios. Acres tended to be involved with the studio's light comedies and musicals, rather than more serious and expensive historical films.
|Occupation||Composer, musical director|
|Years active||1932–1954 (film)|