All of the Wes Anderson films have such a distinct musical signature, whether it is the incredible work of Mark Mothersbaugh in Rushmore or The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou to the Academy Award-winning work of Alexandre Desplat (Fantastic Mr. Fox and The Grand Budapest Hotel). The scores to his films are always fun and rich with texture. I've spent a lot of time with the original scores to Rushmore and Fantastic Mr. Fox in particular. Here is a quick sketch titled Who Ate My Porridge? - with a definite nod to some of my favorite quirky, fun and whimsical scores from the Wes Anderson school of film scoring. Special thanks to Clif Wilson for his work on the banjo.