Robinson Crusoe, The Adventures of (historical adventure, starring Robert Hoffman)

    [aka: Robinson Crusoe]

    (Syndicated in the U.S., 1964)
     This series derived from a French production filmed in Germany in 1964
     with a different music track. For the English-language version aired in 
     the United States (in 1964) and in England (in 1965), a new music track 
     with a totally different theme tune was created by the Italian composer 
     Gian-Piero Reverberi who collaborated with Robert Mellin on the soundtrack.
     The haunting theme tune turned out to be quite memorable, and was "covered"
     by the pop-synthesizer group "The Art of Noise" in 1989. This made it more
     well-known outside of the original 1964 TV series.

Theme: "Robinson Crusoe"

     Composers: music by Gian-Piero Reverberi (Italian SIAE/BMI), and
                Robert Mellin (British PRS/BMI)

     Publisher: Screen Gems-EMI Music Co. (BMI) 
                  of Santa Monica, CA

     U.S. Copyright Date: [not found]
     U.S. Renewal   Date:

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