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Pete King (I) (1914–1982)

Composer, songwriter, conductor and arranger, educated at the University of Michigan and the Cincinnati Conservatory. He was an arranger for singers and orchestras, then a conductor for radio and television, recordings and films. Joining ASCAP in 1957, his popular-song compositions include "The Mood I'm In," "A Night Out," "The Wide Open Spaces," ... See full bio »

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 1974-1975 Happy Days (TV Series) (26 episodes)
- Goin' to Chicago (1975)
- Kiss Me Sickly (1975)
- Fonzie Joins the Band (1975) ... (music score)
 1970 Which Way to the Front? (uncredited)
 1951 The Dinah Shore Show (TV Series)
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With his singing group, The Pete King Chorale, he made several recordings, including one of the first cover versions ever made of "The Sound of Music", for Kapp Records.

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