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Richard Delvy (1942–2010)

Richard Delvy was born on April 20, 1942 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA as Richard Delvecchio. He is known for his work on Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (1972), Oliver Twist (1974) and Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies (1970). He was married to Bonnie. He died on February 6, 2010 in West Hills, California, USA. See full bio »

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Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids
Oliver Twist
Oliver Twist Music Department
Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies
My Favorite Martians
My Favorite Martians Music Department


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 1974 Oliver Twist (music arranger: songs) / (producer: songs)
 1973 My Favorite Martians (TV Series) (producer: title song - 1973)
 1972 Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (TV Series) (music producer)
 1971 Aesop's Fables (TV Movie) (music producer)
 1970 Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies (TV Series) (song producer - 16 episodes)
- When I Grow Up (1970) ... (song producer)
- Goolie Swing ... (song producer)
- Witches' Brew ... (song producer)
- Where You Going, Little Ghoul? ... (song producer)
- What's in the Bag? ... (song producer)
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 1997 Plump Fiction (writer: "Mr. Moto")
 1968 The Green Slime (arranger: "Green Slime" - uncredited)
 1964 For Those Who Think Young (performer: "I'm Gonna Walk All Over This Land")
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 1964 For Those Who Think Young
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 1971 Aesop's Fables (TV Movie)

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Some of surf music's been real good to me because I've been involved in a lot of records, everything from "Pipeline" to "Boss" to some of those things, but accidentally I kept the rights to "Wipeout," and that particular copyright has been wonderful for me. At times, it's kept me eating. I wish I had ten of 'em.


The drummer for California's first surf band, the Bel-Airs, who went on to lead a similar group, the Challengers, after the Bel-Air's breakup in 1961.

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