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  1. Jerrold Immel - Wikipedia

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    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 Voyagers!. Before moving into scoring, Immel worked as a music copyist at CBS, before getting his break into television scoring on Gunsmoke.

    Year
    Title
    Info
    On CD?
    1973-1975
    27 episodes (from season 18 to season 20) "Sarah" (first episode) "Manolo" (finale episode)
    NO
    1977
    Two episodes: "The Innocent" "Half Lite" Complete episode scores to the series available on Film Score Monthly.
    YES
    1978-1991 1996 1998
    55 episodes + 2 TV movies (all seasons) And theme music.
    NO
    1979
    12 episodes (some co-composed with Craig Huxley) (from season 1 to the season 14 finale) And theme music.
    NO
  2. Immel - Wikipedia

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    Immel is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Eike Immel (born 1960), German football goalkeeper and manager; Jan-Olaf Immel (born 1976), German team handball player; Jerrold Immel (born 1936), American television music composer; See also. John Immel House

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  4. Jerrold Immel — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 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 Voy­agers!.

    Year
    Title
    Info
    On CD?
    1973-1975
    27 episodes (from season 18 to season 20) "Sarah" (first episode) "Manolo" (finale episode)
    NO
    1977
    Two episodes: "The Innocent" "Half Lite" Complete episode scores to the series available on Film Score Monthly.
    YES
    1978-1991 1996 1998
    55 episodes + 2 TV movies (all seasons) And theme music.
    NO
    1979
    12 episodes (some co-composed with Craig Huxley) (from season 1 to the season 14 finale) And theme music.
    NO
  5. Jerrold - Wikipedia

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    Jerrold or Jerold are masculine English given name variants of Gerald, a German language name meaning "rule of the spear" from the prefix ger- ("spear") and suffix -wald ("rule"). Jerrold was initially brought to Great Britain by the Normans. There are feminine nicknames, including Jeri.

    • Male
    • Gerald, Jerald (see Nicknames and Variations)
  6. Wikizero - Jerrold Immel

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    Jerrold Immel From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia 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 Voyagers! .

  7. Jerrold Immel - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

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    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 Voyagers!. Before moving into scoring, Immel worked as a music copyist at CBS, before getting his break into television scoring on Gunsmoke.

  8. Dallas: The Early Years - Wikipedia

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    Dallas: The Early Years is a 1986 American made-for-television drama film and a prequel to the television series Dallas.The three-hour film aired on CBS on March 23, 1986 between the 26th and 27th episodes of the 1985–1986 ninth season of Dallas

  9. Voyagers! - Wikipedia

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    Voyagers! is an American science fiction television series about time travel that aired on NBC from October 3, 1982 to July 10, 1983, during the 1982–1983 season. The series stars Jon-Erik Hexum and Meeno Peluce .

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    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.

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