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    Bonanza
    High Chaparral
    Rawhide
    A-Team
    Hawaii Five-0
    The Beverly Hillbillies
    Patty Duke
    The Rifleman
    The Twilight Zone

    And my all time favorite...
    Secret Agent!! I love that song and they actually play it on my oldies but goodies radio station. lol

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    I'm a dork.. I love the opening credits for Xena. Actually most of the music for that show is beautiful..

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    The theme song for Friends by the Rembrants is great. It's one of my favorite songs.

    I also love the song for Full House (dont ask, its one of my favorite shows) and Queer Eye.
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    i like the simpsons' song, FT's theme song (Obsession), that 70's show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leftcoaster
    77 Sunset Strip
    Mannix
    Hawaii 5-O
    Petticoat Junction
    Mr. Ed
    The Littlest Hobo
    McGilla Gorilla/Peter Potomous
    One Step Beyond
    Patty Duke
    The Prisoner
    Fireball XL-5
    Dark Shadows character specific theme music

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    ????

    Qboots, I'd of expected to see 'Here come the brides' on your list. Mangling the words in my mind at the moment, its still a sweet song
    It's a slightly reworded version of Bobby Sherman's "Seattle". And yes, I still listen to it all the time.

    To your list. I can't believe I didn't include Fireball XL-5 on mine. And I was actually thinking about the Littlest Hobo theme when I was watching the season finale of "24". It would have been so cool if they had played that song as Jack Bauer walked off into the sunset. (Er, sunrise actually.)
    "I'm telling you - it's a madhouse out there. I feel like Charlton Heston waking up in the field and seeing the chimp on top of the pony." ~ Dennis Miller

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    The Dean Martin Show - Everybody Loves Somebody
    Dark Shadows - The Original
    Mission Impossible (the show from the 60s)
    Hawaii 5-0
    Love Boat (Sappy I know)
    Dallas
    L.A. Law
    77 Sunset strip
    Adams Family
    Munsters
    Bewitched
    Golden Girls
    - The Dean Martin Show -

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    Dean Martin: No but you can pour it..

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    I'm digging the Postal Service right now so I like the opening to Gray's Anatomy (Song: Such Great Heights).

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    Good Times.

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    Since Craig Ferguson took over The Late Late Show on CBS, I've found myself inexplicably in love with his theme song.
    "I'm telling you - it's a madhouse out there. I feel like Charlton Heston waking up in the field and seeing the chimp on top of the pony." ~ Dennis Miller

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    I love the music that began Third Watch. It wasn't a song, per se, since it didn't have words, but I loved the sound of it.

    And Barney Miller.

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