Man With A Camera (crime drama, starring Charles Bronson)

     (ABC Primetime, 1958 - 1960)

     [an former combat photographer who works as a freelance 
      photographer (played by Bronson), helps New York City
      police detectives solve crimes; this was the same premise
      of a 1940s radio series called "Casey, Crime Photographer"
      which in turn was based upon novels by George Harmon Coxe;
     "Casey" was played on CBS TV for one season (1951 - 52) by
      Darren McGavin on the series "Crime Photographer"]

Theme: "from Man With A Camera Cues"

     [Early episodes in 1958 - 59 credit "Music by Leon Klatzkin"
     who was the credited composer of "The Adventures of Superman", although
     he was known in Hollywood as more of a Music Editor than a Composer;
     The End Credits theme was a rather dissonant, jarring piece that might 
     have been written by Klatzkin; So perhaps Herschel Burke Gilbert who 
     is credited in ASCAP for Cues orchestrated Klatzkin's work.]
     Composer(s): Leon Klatzkin (ASCAP) and/or 
                  Herschel Burke Gilbert (ASCAP/BMI)

     Orig. Publisher: Loma Vista Publishing Co. (ASCAP),
                        of Los Angeles, CA
                     [a div. of the MUTEL Music Service]

     1978 Publisher: John Paul Music Co. (ASCAP)

     2001 Publisher: John Paul Music Co. (ASCAP)
                        of Los Angeles, CA

     Copyright Date: [not found]
     Renewal   Date:


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