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Harry Robinson


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    He's Got The Whole World In His Hands - Live At The London Palladium/1964 - Judy Garland, Liza Minnelli,
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    What A Mouth (What A North And South) - Tommy Steele,
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    The Vampire Lovers (Opening Credits) [From "The Vampire Lovers"]
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    Countess Dracula (Opening Credits) [From "Countess Dracula"]
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    Attack in the Woods
b. Henry MacLeod Robertson, 19 November 1932, Elgin, Moray, Scotland, d. 17 January 1996, Wandsworth, London, England.
Among names Robertson used in his credits are Robertson H. McLeod, his real name, and, extensively, Harry Robinson. On television in the late 50s he was musical director of the pop shows 6.5 Special (1957) and Oh Boy! (1958), also appearing on the latter with his band, Lord Rockingham’s XI. From 1960 onwards he was mainly working in films, first as arranger and occasional songwriter.
Meanwhile, from 1963, Robertson composed dozens of film soundtrack scores, usually under the name of Harry Robinson, and he also worked often in television. As arranger, songwriter, but mainly as composer, his credits include Light Up The Sky! (1960), Don’t Bother To Knock (1961), Live Now, Pay Later (1962), It’s Trad, Dad! (1962, US title: Ring-A-Ding Rhythm), the Crane series (1963), the Shindig! series (1964), Operation Third Form (1966), Headline Hunters (1967), Journey To Midnight (1968), Journey To The Unknown (1968), The Oblong Box (1969), Arthur! Arthur! (1969), Can Hieronymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe And Find True Happiness? (1969), The Vampire Lovers (1970), Fright (1971), Dr. Jekyll And Sister Hyde (1971), The Best Pair Of Legs In The Business (1972), The House In Nightmare Park (1973), The Boy With Two Heads (1974), Hijack (1975), The Ghoul (1975), Legend Of The Werewolf (1975), Sky Pirates (1977), Glitterball (1977), A Hitch In Time (1978), Why Not Stay For Breakfast? (1979), There Goes The Bride (1980), Hawk The Slayer (1980), Breakout (1983), Prisoners Of The Lost Universe (1983), Specials (1991), and Virtual Murder (1992).


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