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 Posted:   Jan 18, 2022 - 7:57 PM   
 By:   ruk   (Member)

Many thanks Ron Burbella for the info of "Mausoleum".
At this time i'm looking for 3 things........

This music cue can be heard from the 1955(?) show Buffalo Bill, Jr. | Season 1 | Episode 4 | Trail of the Killer ....music is at 16:35 to 17:27. Kettle drums, trill cellos and french horns

you tube link .....https://youtu.be/4azl3C8S0us?t=988

Music scores for The New Adventures of Superman (1966 cartoon series) Composed by John Gart. The Theme song is available on You tube. The rest of the episodes' music was probably by music supervisor Gordon Zahler....Interested in all incidental scores wriiten for the show.

An lastly, Space Ghost (1966 cartoon series). Music by Ted Nichols,who did a lot of work with Hoyt Curtin for Hanna-Barbara in the 60's and 70's.

Thanks guys

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 18, 2022 - 9:16 PM   
 By:   ruk   (Member)

Many thanks Ron Burbella for the info of "Mausoleum".
At this time i'm looking for 3 things........

This music cue can be heard from the 1955(?) show Buffalo Bill, Jr. | Season 1 | Episode 4 | Trail of the Killer ....music is at 16:35 to 17:27. Kettle drums, trill cellos and french horns

you tube link .....https://youtu.be/4azl3C8S0us?t=988

Music scores for The New Adventures of Superman (1966 cartoon series) Composed by John Gart. The Theme song is available on You tube. The rest of the episodes' music was probably by music supervisor Gordon Zahler....Interested in all incidental scores wriiten for the show.

An lastly, Space Ghost (1966 cartoon series). Music by Ted Nichols,who did a lot of work with Hoyt Curtin for Hanna-Barbara in the 60's and 70's.

Thanks guys


update of Superman composer.......The 1966 series "The New Adventures of Superman" produced by Filmation Associates was scored by John Gart, under the name John Marion.

 
 
 Posted:   Sep 17, 2022 - 9:03 AM   
 By:   ajant   (Member)

I've always been a big Perry Mason TOS fan but have also always felt fortunate that unlike other huge favorites, like Outer Limits, Man from UNCLE and Twilight Zone (>90% of which I have on well mastered La La Land and Rhino CDs or isolated scores on DVDs and BDs), there's not a whole lot of PM music that I'm especially desperate to have in highest quality audio format. The two exceptions that quickly come to mind are the intros of "COT Petulant Partner" and "COT Vanishing Victim". I know that the latter was Richard Shores, but AFAIK neither is or likely will ever be available on CD, though at least I have both on the episode DVDs, albeit with substantially less dynamic range due to being mixed with the dialogue.

It's really so absurd, tragic and unfair that lovely production music like this, for which there's virtually NO call for, stays horded away in the CBS TV music library for no one to enjoy. And it even worse if the original masters of the music stems were also saved and digitized, as their sound quality would be far better than what we hear on the DVDs. And their not downloadable for free or fee. If only they were available this way. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKdNEgWqRmA

 
 
 Posted:   Sep 17, 2022 - 11:45 AM   
 By:   filmusicnow   (Member)

Many thanks Ron Burbella for the info of "Mausoleum".
At this time i'm looking for 3 things........

This music cue can be heard from the 1955(?) show Buffalo Bill, Jr. | Season 1 | Episode 4 | Trail of the Killer ....music is at 16:35 to 17:27. Kettle drums, trill cellos and french horns

you tube link .....https://youtu.be/4azl3C8S0us?t=988

Music scores for The New Adventures of Superman (1966 cartoon series) Composed by John Gart. The Theme song is available on You tube. The rest of the episodes' music was probably by music supervisor Gordon Zahler....Interested in all incidental scores wriiten for the show.

An lastly, Space Ghost (1966 cartoon series). Music by Ted Nichols,who did a lot of work with Hoyt Curtin for Hanna-Barbara in the 60's and 70's.

Thanks guys


Curtin is credited with the theme to Hanna-Barbera's version of "The Fantastic Four", but since Nichols is credited as musical director, I think he composed the theme.

 
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