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    fozzibear1
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    Hi everyone,

    Heath Fowler the host of the Red Dwarf Introcast is certain he has heard that specific theme before. The cue during the Musketeers sequence. To me it sounds a lot like the old 50’s version Superman flight theme but I am not completely certain of that. was wondering if anyone here can identify it more accurately please

    #206170
    Danny Stephenson
    Keymaster

    Yep, he might well have done. I’ve heard it in different places too. it’s stock library music. The track is called ‘Reach For The Stars’ by Richard Harvey.

    #206171
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    Thanks heaps Danny

    #206172
    Danny Stephenson
    Keymaster

    No problems. I knew this one off the top of my head, but the majority of library music details can be found on TOS http://www.reddwarf.co.uk/guide/index.cfm the library music is listed by series.

    #206173
    fozzibear1
    Participant

    definately worth bookmarking that for future reference :-)

    #206177
    ori-STUDFARM
    Participant

    Always reminds me of old Robin Hood movies…but living in Nottingham may have something to do with that.

    #206179
    HelloMabel
    Participant

    I can’t believe the Introcasters are already on Terrorform! I haven’t listened in a while due to a sudden lack of free time.

    #206181
    Danny Stephenson
    Keymaster

    Always reminds me of old Robin Hood movies…but living in Nottingham may have something to do with that.

    Funny you should say that… Always reminds me of this music from The Sea Hawk.

    It had Errol Flynn in it. you can tell where John Williams gets his inspiration from.

    #206197
    Mr-Stabby
    Participant

    That cue was one of the first popular pieces of library music. Weirdly i actually remember hearing it 15 years ago on a trip to Elizabeth Castle in Jersey. They had a small theatre where you watched a film that showed the history of Elizabeth Castle. That music was in the background for most of it. Even as a kiddywink i thought ‘WTF, thats the hero theme from Terroform!’ That same film also had another library track, which just happens to be the opening piece of music from the second half of Bottom Live 2001 :D Weird how these things come around :D

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