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Jerrold Immel

Jerrold Immel (born 9 September 1936 in Los Angeles, California) is a United States television music composer, whose most famous works are the theme tune to the soap opera Dallas and to a lesser extent, Voyagers!.

Before moving into scoring, Immel worked as a music copyist at CBS, before getting his break into television scoring on Gunsmoke. Other programs which he has contributed music to include How the West Was Won, Hawaii Five-O, Logan's Run, Walker, Texas Ranger (through 1995 season) and Knots Landing.

Television Scores (partial)

"Episode(s)" denotes the listing may be incomplete.

Year Title Info On CD?
1973-1975 Gunsmoke 27 episodes (from season 18 to season 20)
"Sarah" (first episode)
"Manolo" (finale episode)
NO
1977 Logan's Run Two episodes:
"The Innocent"
"Half Lite"
Complete episode scores to the series available on Film Score Monthly.
YES
1978-1991
1996
1998
Dallas 55 episodes + 2 TV movies (all seasons)
And theme music.
NO
1979 Knots Landing 12 episodes (some co-composed with Craig Huxley) (from season 1 to the season 13 finale)
And theme music.
NO
1982 King's Crossing "Keepers of the Ring" (Pilot) NO
1985 The Twilight Zone One Episode (Season 1):
"If She Dies / Ye Gods" (segment one, "If She Dies")
NO
1988-1990 Guns of Paradise Episode(s):
"The News from St. Louis" (pilot)
"The Holstered Gun"
"Founder's Day"
"Ghost Dance"
"The Promise"
"Childhood's End"
"A Private War"
"Crossroads"
"A Matter of Honor: Part 1"
"Squaring Off"
Season 2:
"Common Good"
"All the Pretty Little Horses"
"Boomtown"
"The Gates of Paradise"
"Avenging Angel"
"The Coward"
Season 3:
"Out of Ashes"
"The Women" (final episode)
And theme music.
NO
1995 Walker, Texas Ranger All Episodes (season 3):
"Badge of Honor"
"Silk Dreams"
"Till Death Do Us Part"
"The Road to Black Bayou"
"Line of Fire"
"Tiger's Eye"
"Money Train"
"War Zone"
And Season 3 theme.
NO

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