In my opinion, the composers of Russian nationalism of the nineteenth century have had a huge influence on the establishment of the canons of the soundtracks of Hollywood's golden age. It is reasonable, considering that many of the great soundtrack composers of that time were Russians or descendants of Russians (Dimitri Tiomkin, Alex North, Bernard Hermann, Alfred Newman, Jerome Moross, etc.). Let's see an example in Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6. From 7:30 minute you are going to drop popcorn and catch a handkerchief.
Tchaikovsky - Symphony No.6