The original Star Trek
The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson
Andy Griffith Show
I Love Lucy
The Smothers Brothers Show
The original Saturday Night Live
The original Star Trek
The Muppet Show. The Honeymooners. The Mary Tyler Moore Show. The Munsters. The Addams Family. The Bob Newhart Show. And of course the theme songs that became hit singles, like Happy Days, Welcome Back, Kotter, Laverne and Shirley, SWAT, Miami Vice, Beverly Hillbillies (released by Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs).
Sorry for the double post. There’s also the Sopranos (Woke Up This Morning).
Hawaii Five-O! Don’t remember much about that show, but I remember the theme music.
All of the music from A Charlie Brown Christmas.
Pink Panther (Even though it was written for the movies.
George of the Jungle
Time Tunnel (Compsed by John Williams before he was famous.)
And Mission Impossible
Peter Gunn was the best.
The Avengers. The Prisoner. The Man from U.N.C.L.E, Dr. Who, Secret Agent and T.H.E. Cat.
Peter Gunn was the best however.
And the Manhattan Transfer’s cover of the Twilight Zone theme don’t suck at all.
The Steve Allen Show (Sunday evening)
The Bob Cummings Show
The Twilight Zone
Another such show: Checkmate
The Rockford Files
I’ve always dug the opening and closing of the Ren and Stimpy show.
The theme to the first Blackadder series.
The theme to Red Dwarf
The theme to Farscape
The theme to the original Tomorrow People.
77 Sunset Strip
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Star Trek Deep Space Nine
Iron Chef (theme from Backdraft)
Sesame Street (original)
The Midnight Special
Josie and the Pussy Cats
It’s unforgetable in as much as once it’s in your head it doesn’t leave - the theme to the BBC TV Series of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, which was reprised and made even more parasitic by the recent film.
And now it’s in my head. Great.
Just want to know: does anybody remember the little ditty that went with Gerald McBoing Boing?
Rocky and Bullwinkle
Fractured Fairy Tales
Mighty Mouse (the Andy Kaufman version)
and of course, Mickey Mouse Club
The Lone Ranger
Cagney & Lacey
The Mystery Movies (Columbo, Banacek, Madigan, et al)
Monty Python’s Flying Circus
The Fact’s of Life
The Wide World of Sports
The Banana Splits!