In honor of our veterans and Veteran's Day, each day this month I will present one episode. As some episodes are missing, some days will have just a listing and no video.
A short-lived series from 1984 that managed to get a relatively full season.
The bold, patriotic, militaristic orchestral theme is by Charles Gross.
As the IMDb credits are incomplete, since not all the episodes are available, I will not rule out any further composers having done a score, so I am leaving question marks in the thread title to leave the door open to that possibility.
18:25 in. Drum machine/synths/orchestra hybrid cue. And the cue after the commercial break.^(Both)
Not counting source pieces, I cited everything exception I think two cues (and one was a short outtro, as I recall). I wouldn't be opposed to the entire score being released. I wish Folk had had a chance to do more TV work in the 1980's.
Carl: "Sometimes the best way to hold on to people, is to let go."
Out-of-context quote... Blonde Woman: "I think I like your wife..."