Discussion in 'TV Forum' started by Dalia, Jul 30, 2017.
This is one of the better bits of music to be a theme song:
The Loner was a series created by Rod Serling a year after the cancellation of The Twilight Zone. It was one of the last TV series on CBS to air in black-and-white and ran for only one season from 1965 to 1966. It aired on Saturday nights at 9.30 but failed to get a big enough audience to please its sponsors (Philip Morris followed by Proctor and Gamble). The power of ratings meant that this adult western had a short life. The music for the show was composed by the prolific theme music composer Jerry Goldsmith.
This is still a creepy scary intro song. The show wasn't all that scary but this intro is.
I remember watching this series a million years ago. I can never remember the name of the music they use in the theme. Anyone?
Great music....here for you !
ah yes that is awesome.
Yes, you got the name of the song " extended mix"
I had it in my head that the theme was an adaptation of something from classical music, I don't know why, just one of those things.
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