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Johnny Harris was born in Edinburgh, Scotland 1932 (of Welsh parentage) and is a graduate of the Guildhall School of Music in London. He originally played trumpet with English big bands in the 50's and started freelance writing and arranging in the early 60's before he was hired by Tony Hatch for Pye Records in 1965. He became well known for his ... See full bio »

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Known For

Man in the Wilderness
Man in the Wilderness Music Department
(1971)
Diana
Diana Music Department
(1981)
Fragment of Fear
Fragment of Fear Music Department
(1970)
I Want What I Want
I Want What I Want Music Department
(1972)

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 1997 Still Kicking: The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies (Documentary short) (music arranged and performed by - For the Follies)
 1986 Heart of the City (TV Series) (music editor - 6 episodes)
- Rock and Rumble (1986) ... (music editor)
- Cezanne, and Other Dreams (1986) ... (music editor)
- Don't Sell Yourself to the Cannibals (1986) ... (music editor)
- Growing Up and Grinding Down (1986) ... (music editor)
- When Push Comes to Shove (1986) ... (music editor)
 1984 Partners in Crime (TV Series) (composer - 13 episodes)
- Double Jeopardy (1984) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited)
- Getting in Shape (1984) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited)
- The Strangler (1984) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited)
- Fashioned for Murder (1984) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited)
- The Set-Up (1984) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited)
  The Powers of Matthew Star (TV Series) (composer - 22 episodes, 1982 - 1983) (music performed by - 7 episodes, 1983)
- Starr Knight (1983) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited)
- Swords and Quests (1983) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited) / (music performed by)
- The Road Rebels (1983) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited) / (music performed by)
- The Great Waldo Shepherd (1983) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited) / (music performed by)
- Brain Drain (1983) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited)
 1979-1981 Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (TV Series) (composer - 32 episodes)
- The Dorian Secret (1981) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited)
- Testimony of a Traitor (1981) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited)
- The Hand of the Goral (1981) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited)
- Shgoratchx! (1981) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited)
- The Satyr (1981) ... (composer: theme music - uncredited)
 1981 Diana (TV Special) (conductor) / (musical director)
 1980 Goldie and Liza Together (TV Special) (musical director)
 1978-1979 Wonder Woman (TV Series) (arranger - 24 episodes)
- Phantom of the Roller Coaster, Part 2 (1979) ... (arranger: theme music - uncredited)
- Phantom of the Roller Coaster, Part 1 (1979) ... (arranger: theme music - uncredited)
- The Man Who Could Not Die (1979) ... (arranger: theme music - uncredited)
- The Boy Who Knew Her Secret: Part 2 (1979) ... (arranger: theme music - uncredited)
- The Boy Who Knew Her Secret: Part 1 (1979) ... (arranger: theme music - uncredited)
 1976 The Lisa Hartman Show (TV Movie) (musical director)
 1973 The Midnight Special (TV Series) (musical director - 1 episode)
- Episode #1.8 (1973) ... (musical director)
 1972 I Want What I Want (conductor)
 1971 Man in the Wilderness (composer: Zach Bass theme) / (conductor - uncredited)
 1970 Fragment of Fear (conductor)
 1969 Pop Go the Sixties! (TV Movie) (conductor)
 1968 BBC Show of the Week (TV Series) (musical director - 1 episode)
- Up Tight! Johnny Harris (1968) ... (musical director)
 1967 Dusty (TV Series) (musical arrangement - 1 episode)
- Episode #2.4 (1967) ... (musical arrangement)
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He won the Eurovision Song Contest in Madrid, Spain 1969 with Lulu performing 'Boom Bang-a-Bang'. See more »

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