Sunday, September 27, 2009

FINALLY, what you may have waited for..as many cues as I know used in the original series..

Versions of the series that is..

Here is as of June 18,2013, a major update


Here's as much as I know..fr simplicity's sake, if it turns OUT to be simply [ha ha ha], just the title and composer, no episode titles..


Those credited to CADKIN & BLUESTONE, PHILIP GREEN, HARRY LUBIN, JACK SHAINDLIN, JACK COOKERLY, WILLIAM G.LOOSE, and in some cases ROGER ROGER have had their titles changed today [and they are the titles listed below], these being in current circulaiton, and also it's happened in the past. JACK SHAINDLIN notwithstanding [he's represented through CINEMUSIC, which he ran after ending the previous LANGLOIS FILMMUSIC--see this site, the other that I mentioned are currently offered through Carlin. Others, retaining perhaps the original titles, are BRUTON, KPM, CHAPPELL, and possibly OGM music which has rights to the mysterious [both in the sound of some of his work and in his history] novelty bassoonist SPENCER MOORE, whose work also covered other styles, too.

Here's the list that I know of [and there's pretty more that I can't identify where that came from, besides I don't know how many of the themes had different titles as far as going through all the later concerns offering theme.]
PHILIP GREEN cues not yet sold by CARLIN have the original EMI titles followed by the CAPITOL counterparts.I present all of this as a public service.:)

Not just the Gumby cues, which ARE I'D with an asterisk * but also those used most familiarly (as KNOWN, still others unknown that you will no doubt recongise.)

"Animal Antics 1 and 2"/PHILIP GREEN
"Animal Magic"/PHILIP GREEN
"Animation/Children L-992"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animaiton/Children L-1085"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Children L-1090"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Children L-1050"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Comedy L-1139"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Comedy L-1154"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Comedy L-1158"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Light L-69"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Light L-1119"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Light L-1137"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Light L-1141"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animaiton/Light L-1140"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Light L-1144"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Light L-1156"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Light L-1171"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Light L-1177"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Light L-1095"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Light ZR-51"/GEORGE HORMEL
"Animation/Mechanical L-86A"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Mechanical L-87"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Nautical L-1121"/SPENCER MOORE
"Animation/Mechanical C-14"/BILL LOOSE
"Asinine LAF?"/JACK SHAINDLIN
"Bassoon Zig Zag LAF-25-3"/JACK SHAINDLIN
"Beatnik"/ROBERT MERSEY
"Big City Suites, The 1-4"/PHIL GREEN
"Birdsville"/PHILIP GREEN
"Bicycle Ride OK-457"/EMIL CADKIN, BILL LOOSE & JACK COOKERLY
"Burlesque"/JACK SHAINDLIN
"Call Girl"/ROBERT MERSEY
"Capering Clowns"/MAX SAUNDERS
"Cartoon Fall"/HARRY LUBIN
"Catching the Mouse!"/PHILLIP GREEN
"Charlie, the Chimp"/CONRAD LEONARD
"Chase Me Chester"/ROGER ROGER
"Cheerful Chappie" aka "Dresed to Kill" EM-1/PHILIP GREEN
"Cinnamon Stick"/FRANK STERLING [nee the team of DENNIS BERRY & STUART CROMBIE; they wrote other cues like "Periwinkle" with this "Ponsonby britt" like name]
"City Slicker, the"/PHILIP GREEN
"Circus Chase EM-2"/PHILIP GREEN
"Cockeyed Colonel SF-14"/DAVID BUTTOLPH
"Cocksure Capers"/PHILIP GREEN
"Comedy Cartoon PE-338"/PHILLIP GREEN
"Comedy Cuey"/EMIL CADKIN AND BILL LOOSE*
"Comedy Drama GM-418"/IB GLINDEMANN*
"Comedy Movement" and "Childrne Light", two similiar cues/EMIL CADKIN [very similiar to one of the SPENCER MOORE cues!]
"Comedy Mysterioso ZR-53"/GEORGE HORMEL
"Comedy Underscore L-75"/SPENCER MOORE
"Comedy Underscore L-80"/SPENCER MOORE
"Comic Chase JB-203"/EMIL CADKIN AND WILLIAM LOOSE, possibly also NELSON RIDDLE
"Comic Timepiece"/ARTHUR HAROLD WILKINSON
"Cute and Lovable" nee "The Giraffe"/PHILIP GREEN
"Cute Walker - Med Tempo OK?"/JACK COOKERLY, EMIL CADKIN
"Deserted Ruins" aka "Light Movement"/PHILIP GREEN
"Domestic Suite"/EMIL CADKIN, JACK COOKERLY & BILL LOOSE
"Domestic/Children C-1 through C-7"/BILL LOOSE
"Domestic/Lite aka Scenic Overtures C-9"/BILL LOOSE
"Dramatic Jazz"/ROBERT MERSEY
"Dreamy Ghost TC-16"/BILL LOOSE
"Drunken Dandy"/PHILIP GREEN
"Eccentric Comedy Suite"/JOHN SEELY AND WILLIAM LOOSE
"Fashion Fox Trot C-11"/BILL LOOSE
"Fast Movement ZR-48"/GEORGE HORMEL
[NOTE:Again...another case of the deja vu cues here. There seems to be some big controversy as to the actual origin of this much used cue, used in the first Pixie and Dixie short, "Little Bird Mouse": quite often as chase music, and also in a 1992 Saturn car ad. It's in Capitol Hi-Q library as referenced and in the British Sam Fox as John Seely and William Loose's "Toy Fun" cue "Water Skis!"[q.v.]
"Fire!"/JACK SHAINDLIN
"First Steps"/EMIL CADKIN AND HARRY BLUESTONE
"Flivver Chase"/PHILIP GREEN
"Flutesville"/ROBERT MERSEY
"Gallop 4-SF-10"/LOUIS DE FRANCESCO
"Gavotte XMas"/PHILIP GREEN, JACK COOKERLY
"Goin' Shoppin'" aka "Light Movement EM-15"/PHILIP GREEN
"Gumby Heart Song"/PETER KLEINOW
"Gumby Later closing"/PETER KLEINOW
"Gumby fast theme" later the ":Dennis the Menace" and yes, that silly Roadrunner cartoon "Hook, Line, and Stinker!"/IRVING FRIEDMAN, WILLIAM LOOSE, and JOHN SEELY with possibly J.COOKERLY
"Gumby Theme"/WILLIAM LOOSE & JOHN SEELY
"Gumshoe"/PHILLIP GREEN
"Greenhorn, the"/HANS CONZELMANN AND DELLE HAENSCH
"Grotesque"/JACK SHAINDLIN
"Happy and Gay"/EMIL CADKIN AND HARRY BLUESTONE
"Happy Neutral JB-207"/EMIL CADKIN AND BILL LOOSE, also NELSON RIDDLE[?]
"Happy Shoes"/JOHN SEELY AND WILLIAM G.LOOSE
"Headin' Home"/EMIL CADKIN & HARRY BLUESTONE
"Heavy Agitato TC-221"/JOHN SEELY AND WILLIAM LOOSE
"Hectic"/JACK SHAINDLIN
"Hero's Fanfare"/HARRY LUBIN [see also "Medium Chase 217A]
"Hide and Seek"/EMIL CADKIN AND HARRY BLUESTONE
"Hop and Skip"/PHILIP GREEN
"Horseplay EM-3"/PHILLIP GREEN
"If You Knew Sousa"/PHILIP GREEN
"Indian Chief"/HARRY BLUESTONE AND EMIL CADKIN
"Indian Tribe 1 and 2"/HARRY LUBIN
"Jerk, the PG-285"/PHILIP GREEN
"Keystone Kops"/PHILIP GREEN
"Kiddy Pool"/PHILIP GREEN
"Last Chance Saloon PG-296"/PHILIP GREEN
"Late Night Jinx PG-209"/PHILIP GREEN
"Light and Eerie ZR-49"/GEORGE HORMEL
"Light Movement TC-205"/JOHN SEELY AND WILLIAM LOOSE
"Light Movement OK-391"/EMIL CADKIN
"Light Movement ZR-42"/GEORGE HORMEL
"Light Movement ZR 46"/GEORGE HORMEL
"Light Movement ZR-47"/GEORGE HORMEL
"Light Neutral JB-211"/EMIL CADKIN & WILLIAM LOOSE
"Light Neutral JB-214"/EMIL CADKIN & WILLIAM LOOSE
"Light Neutral JB-215"/EMIL CADKIN & WILLIAM LOOSE
"Light Neutral JB-217"/EMIL CADKIN & WILLIAM LOOSE
"Light Showbiz ZR-44"/GEORGE HORMEL
"Magic Land"/WILLIAM LOOSE & JACK COOKERLY
"Mechanical Comedy JB-21?"/EMIL CADKIN & WILLIAM LOOSE
"Medium Chase TC217"/HARRY LUBIN, JOHN SEELY and BILL LOOSE [partly RIPPED off from Mr.LUBIN's "Hero's Fanfare" cue.]
"Metropolitan ZR-45"/GEORGE HORMEL
"Missing Lynx, the"/JACK SHAINDLIN
"Monorail SF-4"/JACK BELASCO
"Nostalgic News March"/LOUIS DE FRANCESCO
"Off we Go", aka "Popcorn", EM-1/PHILIP GREEN
"On a Carousel" nee "Jaunty Walker"/JACK COOKERLY AND EMIL CADKIN
"On a Shopping Trip" aka Suburban"/JACK COOKERLY
"On the Run! LAF-12-2"/JACK SHAINDLIN
"Out for a Promenade!" and 'Pleasant Neutral Foxtrot"/JACK COOKERLY, EMIL CADKIN & WILLIAM LOOSE
"Picnic or Country Scene PG-459" ofifically untitled, I take it/P.GREEN
"Pixie Pranks"/JACK SHAINDLIN*"Puppet Playtime"/PHILIP GREEN
"Ragtag Parade"/PHILIP GREEN
"Rural Stage 9-TC-42"/JOHN SEELY AND WILLIAM LOOSE
"Shock Bridge to Gliss GM-422"/IB GLINDEMANN [only on Clokey's "Of Clay and Critters",1967]
"Sneaking Around", nee "Artful Dodger"/PHILIP GREEN
"Soft Shoe Shuffle"/PHILIP GREEN "Take a Peek"/JACK SHAINDLIN
"Tension TC-216"/JOSEPH A.CACCIOLA [used on the first "Snooper/Blabber" cartoon [1959, H-B], "Puss 'n' Booty"]
"Tin Dragoons, The"/PHILIP GREEN
"Tipsy Turvy"/PHILIP GREEN
"Toboggan Run LAF 5-20"/JACK SHAINDLIN
"Western Saloon GM-592"/IB GLINDEMANN
"Who Me?'/JACK SHAINDLIN*
"Wigwams"/EMIL CADKIN AND HARRY BLUESTONE*
"Woodland Birds"/PHILIP GREEN*
"Yankee Doodle GM-599"/IB GLINDEMANN*


.....and there's many used in later 1960s shorts which I've heard otherwise only sued in early television animation producer Sam Singer's cartoons like "Bucky & pepito","Sinbad Jr.,", though not yet in his other main series, "Courageous Cat & Minute Mouse", but not used in the early Clokry series nor with any other series that used these cues..on the Sam Singer shows they're credited to a composer named JOHNNY HOLLIDAY..ASCAP and BMI.com have a number of people credited with these, including some also credited only for Clokey Productions: "Gumby' & "Davey & Goliath",such as DOUGLAS M.LACKEY & GUENTHER KAUER, and GERHARD HAENSCH [DELLE HAESNCH and a composer named GERHARD, perhaps?] and HANS CONZELMANN.

Acknowledgemnts to :APM.com & associated sites, and vairous people aorund the Internet, Ywop & TotalRod2, & "Television's Biggest Hits" [JON BURLINGAME, Schrimer, 1996, first chapter].

3 comments:

Yowp said...

Nelson Riddle didn't write any of the Hi-Q L series. He did two reels of cues in the D series.

Belasco's Monorail is SF-4 in Hi-Q. Cockeyed Colonel is SF-14.

There's no PG-PE-285. It is just PE-285.

I doubt a lot of this information's going to mean a lot to anyone reading unless they have the animation to reference it to.

Yowp

Pokey said...

Thanks..


"Monorail" and "Cockeyed Colonel" are the only Hi-Q songs by their respective composers, JACK BELASCO & DAVID BUTTOLPH in order, that I know of.

Pokey said...

I corrected those, Yowp.:)

Thanks.