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Cimarron Strip (western, starring Stuart Whitman and Randy Boone)

    (CBS Primetime, 1967 - 1968;
     CBS Re-runs, 1971)

    [this ambitious 90-minute western was set in the Cimarron country
     between Kansas and the Indian territory of Oklahoma, dealt with 
     the effects of range wars and other problems of pioneering cattlemen]


Theme: "Cimarron Strip Theme"

    [above is the title as listed in the BMI database; this was
     one of the few US TV themes written by French film composer
     Maurice Jarré, who was "hot" in the 1960s after scoring "Doctor
     Zhivago", "Ryan's Daughter", "Grand Prix", "The Life and Times
     of Judge Roy Bean", "Plaza Suite" and the TV mini-series "Shogun"...]

     Composer: Maurice Jarre (French SACEM, affil. with BMI)

     1978 Publisher:

     2000 Publisher: Beverlyfax Music Company, Inc. (BMI)
                        c/o CBS, Inc.
                        of New York, NY
                     
     Copyright Date:
     Renewal   Date:

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