Game Show Theme Music & Cues

THE ALL-NEW BEAT THE CLOCK (1979-80)-Score Productions

THE ALL-NEW LET'S MAKE A DEAL (1984-86)-Sheldon Allman:

  • Opening theme
  • Closing theme
  • Closing theme (revamped version)

    ALL-STAR BLITZ-Score Productions:

  • Opening theme
  • Closing theme

    ARE YOU SMARTER THAN A 5TH GRADER?-David Vanacore

    BAFFLE-Mort Garson:

  • Main theme
  • Board reveal cue

    BALDERDASH-Shie Rozow:

  • Main theme (3 different versions)
  • 2 prize cues
  • Bonus round cue
  • Closing theme

    BALLBREAKERS-Scooter Pietsch

    BATTLESTARS-Mort Garson

  • Opening theme
  • Commercial outro cue
  • 3 unused prize cues
  • Closing theme

    BEAT THE CLOCK (1956-61, "Subway Polka")-Harry Geller

    BEAT THE CLOCK (2002-03)-Alan Ett & Scott Liggett:

  • Opening theme (2 versions)
  • 9 short bumper cues
  • 30-second clock cue (3 versions)
  • 45-second clock cue (3 versions)
  • 60-second clock cue (3 versions)
  • 90-second clock cue (3 versions)
  • 2-minute clock cue (2 versions)
  • Closing theme

    BEDTIME STORIES-Stan Worth:

  • Think cue
  • 2 prize cues
  • Unused cue

    BEER MONEY (opening theme, "Force of Habit")-Rik Carter

    THE BETTER SEX ("Hormonal Imbalance")-Score Productions

    THE BIG SHOWDOWN (2 versions of main theme)-Score Productions

    THE BIG SPIN (2 Bonanza Wheel cues)-Rick Braun

    BINGO AT HOME ("Tijuana High School Marching Band")-Trumpets Ole

    BLANK CHECK ("Hip Check")-Alan Thicke

    BLANKETY BLANKS/DOUBLE TALK-Score Productions

    BLOCKBUSTERS (1980-82)-Bob Cobert:

  • Main theme
  • Alternate closing theme
  • Unused theme
  • Game win cue
  • Match win cue
  • Gold Run losing horns

    BLOCKBUSTERS (1987)-Music Design Group:

  • Main theme (2 different versions)
  • Theme vamp

    BODY LANGUAGE-Score Productions:

  • Main theme
  • Alternate main theme
  • Contestant plug cue (which, w/a slightly different arrangement, later became the "Classic Concentration" theme)

    BREAK THE BANK (1976-77, "Hustle the Bank")-Stu Levin

    BULLSEYE-Hal Hidey:

  • Opening theme
  • Contestant intro cue
  • Various cues
  • Prize cues
  • Closing theme (not quite complete, but includes ending)

    CARD SHARKS (1986-89)-Score Productions:

  • Opening theme
  • Main theme
  • Ticket plug
  • Game win cue
  • Match win cue

    CELEBRITY CHARADES-Score Productions

    CELEBRITY SWEEPSTAKES-Stan Worth:

  • Opening theme
  • 3 commercial cues
  • 2 prize cues
  • Closing theme

    CELEBRITY SWEEPSTAKES (2nd main theme, "The Stars Come Out")-Alan Thicke

    CHAIN REACTION-Bob Cobert

    CHALLENGE OF THE CHILD GENIUSES: WHO IS THE SMARTEST KID IN AMERICA?-Edgar Struble:

  • Opening theme (short version)
  • Opening theme (long version)
  • Commercial outro cues
  • Several background cues
  • Closing theme

    THE CHALLENGERS-Al Kasha/Joel Hirschhorn/Michael Lloyd

    THE $1,000,000 CHANCE OF A LIFETIME (2nd main theme)-Score Productions

    CHILD'S PLAY-Score Productions:

  • Main theme (on-air version)
  • Main theme (2 alternate cuts)
  • Main theme (unused version)

    CLASSIC CONCENTRATION-Score Productions:

  • Opening theme, part 1
  • Opening theme, part 2
  • Prize cue
  • Game win cue
  • Bonus win cue
  • Several unused cues
  • Closing theme
  • Alternate closing theme (w/piano section)

    CONCENTRATION (1973-78)-Score Productions

  • Main theme
  • Theme vamp
  • 14 different "Head Start" cues
  • 2 win cues
  • 2 final reveal cues
  • Bonus win cue (later used as car music on TPiR; 2 different arrangements)
  • Ticket plug cue

    COP-OUT (unsold pilot, "Little Russian Song")-Chuck Barris

    CRAM-Jon Ernst:

  • Main theme
  • Win cue

    CROSSWITS (1986-87)-Andrew Belling:

  • Opening theme
  • Commercial outro cue
  • 5 trip cues
  • Closing theme

    THE DATING GAME (1965-73)-Chet Baker and the Mariachi Brass

    THE DATING GAME (1965-73 pre-game discussion cue, "Fantail")-Count Basie

    THE DATING GAME (1969-73 time's up cue, "Love Sickness")-Milton DeLugg

    THE DATING GAME (1969-73 first meeting cue, "Boston Bust-Out")-Jimmy McGriff

    THE DATING GAME (1978-80)-Chuck Barris:

  • Main theme
  • Closing theme ("Little Rosie")

    THE DATING GAME CUES (1968-74)-Herb Alpert:

  • Bachelorette intro music ("Whipped Cream")
  • Bachelor intro music ("Spanish Flea")
  • Date intro music ("Lollipops and Roses")

    THE DATING GAME (1997-99)-Steve Kaplan

    DEAL OR NO DEAL-The Groove Addicts:

  • Main theme
  • Contestant selection cue
  • Contestant intro cue
  • Model walk cue
  • Rules explanation cue
  • Case choosing cue
  • Case open cue
  • Banker cue
  • Offer cue
  • "No Deal" cue

    DEALER'S CHOICE (short version)-John LaSalle

    DEFINITION ("Soul Bossa Nova")-Quincy Jones

    THE DIAMOND HEAD GAME-Alan Thicke

    DOG EAT DOG-Russ Landau:

  • Opening theme
  • Voting cue
  • Commercial outro cue
  • Head-to-head cue

    DOUBLE DARE (1976-77)/CARD SHARKS (1978-81)-Score Productions:

  • Main theme
  • 2 alternate themes
  • Vamp theme
  • 3 rhythym cues
  • Win cue

    DOUBLE DARE (1988-93)-Edd Kalehoff:

  • Main theme (4 different versions)
  • Alternate theme (4 different versions)
  • Physical challenge drumbeats
  • Physical challenge cues (4 different versions)
  • 2 commercial outro cues
  • Toss-up challenge music
  • Car cues (2 different versions)
  • Short prize cue (3 different versions)
  • Long prize cue (3 different versions)
  • Obstacle course music
  • 3 fee plug cues

    DREAM GIRL OF '67 ("Hunk of Love")-Chuck Barris

    DREAM HOUSE (1st main theme)-Score Productions

    EVERYBODY'S TALKING!-Score Productions

    EVERYTHING GOES ("Picadilly", sung by Squeeze)-Roger Bechirian & Elvis Costello

    EYE GUESS ("Sugar Lips")-Al Hirt

    THE FACE IS FAMILAR ("Brasilia")-Herb Alpert

    FAMILY CHALLENGE-Wendy DeAugustine:

  • Main theme (*8* different versions)
  • 1 short cue

    FAMILY FEUD (1976-85)-Score Productions:

  • Main theme ("The Feud")
  • 3 face-off cues

    FAMILY FEUD (1988-94)-Score Productions:

  • Opening vamp (full length version)
  • Main theme (short version)
  • Main theme (full version)
  • Commercial outro cue (from game win)
  • Several unused cues

    FAMILY FEUD (1994-95)-Score Productions:

  • Opening vamp
  • 6 alternate vamps
  • Main theme (4 versions)

    FAMILY FEUD (1999-2004)-John Lewis Parker/Score Productions: Complete package of over *90* different cues!

    THE FAMILY GAME ("Too Rich")-Chuck Barris

    FEAR FACTOR-Russ Landau

    FLAMINGO FORTUNE (re-arranged/recorded version of "The MG-HS Hour" theme)-Edd Kalehoff

    FUN HOUSE (1988-90)-Score Productions:

  • Opening theme
  • Commercial outro cue
  • Unused cue
  • Closing theme

    FUNNY YOU SHOULD ASK!! ("Shades")-Pat Williams

    G.E. COLLEGE BOWL-Don Reid

    GAMBIT-Mort Garson:

  • Opening theme
  • Contestant intro cue
  • Prize cue
  • Win cue
  • 21 win cue
  • Closing theme

    GAME SHOW NETWORK MUSIC (1994-97)

  • Main promo theme (3 different arrangements)
  • 2 short cues

    GIVE-N-TAKE-Stan Worth:

  • Main theme ("The Red Arrow")
  • 2 prize cues

    GO-Bob Cobert:

  • Main theme
  • Commercial outro/fee plug cue

    GO FOR IT! TV-3rd Faze

    THE GONG SHOW (1976-80)-Milton DeLugg

    GREED-Edgar Struble:

  • Main theme
  • All 7 question cues
  • Right answer cue
  • Wrong answer cue
  • Terminator cue

    HE SAID, SHE SAID-Score Productions

    HEADLINE CHASERS ("Samba de la Noche")-Merv Griffin

    HIGH ROLLERS (1974-80)-Stan Worth:

  • Opening theme
  • 4 prize cues
  • Win cue
  • Losing contestant departure cue
  • 4 Big Numbers cues
  • New contestant intro cue
  • Several unused cues
  • Closing theme

    HIGH ROLLERS (1987-88)-Score Productions

    HISTORY IQ-Edd Kalehoff:

  • Main theme (3 different versions)
  • 3 theme vamps
  • 3 theme bridges
  • 2 loss cues

    THE HOLLYWOOD CONNECTION ("Virgo")-Heinrik Nielsen

    THE HOLLYWOOD CONNECTION (Bonus round think music, "Gentleman Jim")-Bert Kaempfert

    THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES (1970-79)-William Loose:

  • Opening theme
  • Main theme ("Bob and Merrill's Theme"; complete version w/full piccolo section!)
  • Win cue

    THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES (1979-81)-Stan Worth:

  • Opening theme
  • Prize cue
  • Main theme ("Hollywood Bowl")

    HOLLYWOOD SQUARES (1998-2002)-Jennifer May Mauldaur & Paul David Weinberg:

  • The complete package of almost *50* cues!

    HOLLYWOOD SQUARES (2002-04, "Hollywood Square Biz")-Teena Marie

    HOLLYWOOD TEASERS (unsold pilot)-Chuck Loeb:

  • Opening theme
  • Opening theme vamp
  • Prize cue
  • Reveal cue
  • Game win cue
  • Match win cue
  • Car win cue
  • Closing theme
  • Closing theme vamp

    HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH?-Brad Chiet

    HOT POTATO-Hal Hidey:

  • Opening theme
  • Ticket plug cue
  • Round win cue
  • Game win cue
  • Bonus win cue
  • Mid-show contestant intro cue
  • Several unused cues
  • Closing theme

    HOT SEAT-Stan Worth:

  • Opening theme
  • Unused crossover cue
  • Main theme

    HOW'S YOUR MOTHER-IN-LAW? ("Mother Trucker")-Chuck Barris

    IDENTITY-Jeff Lippencott

    I'M TELLING!-Shuki Levy

    ILLINOIS INSTANT RICHE$-John Hobbs:

  • "Double Dollars" cue
  • "Knockout" cue
  • "Mismatch" cue

    IT PAYS TO BE IGNORANT (1973-74)-Sheldon Allman & Marilyn Hall:

  • Opening theme
  • Commercial outro cue
  • 6 end-of-round cues

    IT TAKES TWO (1997)-Mark Northam:

  • Opening theme (vocal)
  • Closing theme (instrumental)

    IT'S YOUR BET-Jack Arel & Jean-Claude Petit:

  • Main theme ("Objectif Rythme")
  • Commercial outro cue ("Leche Vitrine Party")

    IT'S YOUR CHANCE OF A LIFETIME-Edgar Struble:

  • Opening theme (short version)
  • Opening theme (long version)
  • 4 bumper cues
  • 3 question cues
  • 2 "option" cues
  • Win cue
  • Big win cue
  • Closing theme

    IT'S YOUR MOVE ("Java")-Al Hirt

    I'VE GOT A SECRET ("Plink, Plank, Plunk!")-Leroy Anderson

    I'VE GOT A SECRET (1972-73)-Score Productions:

  • Main theme (unused variant, *14* different arrangements!)
  • Commercial cue #1 (4 versions)
  • Commercial cue #2 (2 versions)
  • Long win cue (2 versions)
  • Short win cue (2 versions)
  • Long "think" cue (2 versions)
  • Short "think" cue (2 versions)
  • Unused sudden death cue

    I'VE GOT A SECRET (1976)/SECOND CHANCE-Score Productions:

    JACKPOT (1974-75, "Jet Set")-Mike Vickers

    JACKPOT (1985-90)-Bob Cobert

    JEOPARDY! (1978-79)-Merv Griffin:

  • Opening theme ("January, February, March")
  • Closing theme ("Frisco Disco", later used as a prize cue on WoF)

    JEOPARDY! (1984-91)-Merv Griffin:

  • Main theme
  • "Think" music

    JEOPARDY! (1991-97 updated theme, w/bongos)-Merv Griffin

    JEOPARDY! (1997-2002)-Merv Griffin & Steve Kaplan:

  • Main theme
  • "Think" music (2 versions)

    JEOPARDY! (2008- )-Chris Bell Music, Inc:

  • Main theme
  • "Think" music

    THE JOKER'S WILD (1972-78 theme, "The Savers")-Perrey & Kingsley

    THE JOKER'S WILD (1974-78 closing theme, "Joker's Jive")-Alan Thicke

    THE JOKER'S WILD (1977-86 category intro cue, "Gamineries")-Jean LeRoi:

  • 2 different arrangements (including an unused orchestral version)

    THE JOKER'S WILD (1978-86)-Hal Hidey:

  • Opening theme
  • Contestant intro cue (2 versions)
  • Commercial outro/ticket plug cue
  • Game win cue
  • 5th game/car win cue
  • Bonus crossing music
  • Bonus win cue
  • *8* prize cues
  • 2 car plug cues
  • Audience game cue
  • Closing theme

    THE JOKER'S WILD/TIC TAC DOUGH TRIP CUES-Hal Hidey: Over *20* short cues used for "trip" plugs

    THE JOKER'S WILD (1990-91)-Joe Manolakakis

    KIDS QUIZ (local Rhode Island show)-James Cushman

    KNOCKOUT-Hal Hidey:

  • Main theme
  • Commercial outro cue
  • Various win cues
  • 2 unknown cues

    LAS VEGAS GAMBIT-Stan Worth

    THE LAST WORD (2 versions of main theme)-Score Productions

    LET'S MAKE A DEAL (1963-76)-Sheldon Allman & Marilyn Hall

    LET'S MAKE A DEAL (1976-77)-Sheldon Allman:

  • Opening theme
  • Several prize cues
  • Several "Zonk" cues
  • Post-deal bumper
  • Closing theme

    LIAR'S CLUB (1976-79)-Stan Worth:

  • Opening theme
  • Art Corner reveal cue
  • Closing theme

    LINGO (2002-03)-Robert Etoll/Dean Grinsfelder/Piet Soer:

  • Main theme
  • Tiebreaker cue
  • Bonus Lingo clock music

    LINGO (2003-07)-Score Productions:

  • Main theme
  • Think music

    THE LOVE EXPERTS ("Spring Rain")-Bebu Silvetti

    THE MAGNIFICENT MARBLE MACHINE-Mort Garson:

  • Main theme
  • Prize cue
  • Machine background music
  • Contestant crossover cue
  • Several unused cues

    MAJORITY RULES-Scooter Pietsch

    MAKE ME LAUGH (1979, "Laugh", vocal and instrumental versions)-Artie Butler

    MAKE THE GRADE-Edd Kalehoff:

  • Opening theme
  • 2 commercial outro cues
  • Fee plug cue
  • Closing theme

    MASQUERADE PARTY (1952-60, "Comedians' Gallop")-Dimitri Borisovitch Kabalevsky

    MASQUERADE PARTY (1974-75)-Sheldon Allman:

  • Opening theme
  • 3 commercial outro cues
  • Prize cue
  • 3 identity cues
  • 2 reveal cues
  • Revealing Masquerader cue
  • Closing theme (parts 1 and 2)

    THE MATCH GAME (1962-67, "A Swingin' Safari")-Bert Kaempfert

    MATCH GAME '7X-Score Productions

  • Main theme (3 different versions)
  • 5 maingame "think" cues
  • 2 Head-to-Head Match "think" cues
  • Fee/ticket plug cue
  • 3 unused cues

    MATCH GAME (1990-91)-Score Productions:

  • Opening vamp/commercial outro cue
  • Main theme (standard version)
  • Main theme (w/added "Jamaican whistle")
  • 3 alternate themes
  • 3 "think" cues

    MATCH GAME (1998-99)-Score Productions:

  • Opening theme (2 different versions)
  • 2 "think" cues
  • 3 unused "think" cues
  • Super Match cue (short version)
  • Super Match cue (long version)
  • Closing theme

    THE MATCH GAME/HOLLYWOOD SQUARES HOUR-Score Productions:

  • Main theme
  • 7 "think" cues (including several unused ones)
  • Commercial outro cue
  • 2 commercial bumper cues
  • 3 win cues
  • Fee plug cue

    MERV GRIFFIN'S CROSSWORDS ("Buzzword")-Tom Mosher & Tim Stoker

    MILLION DOLLAR PASSWORD-Lewis Flinn:

  • Opening theme
  • Background music
  • 30-second timer cue
  • 90-second timer cue
  • Crossover cue
  • Bonus round cue
  • 3 decision cues (1 unused)
  • Win cue

    MINDREADERS-Score Productions

    THE MOLE (2008)-David Michael Frank

    MONOPOLY-Mort Lindsay

    THE NEW HOLLYWOOD SQUARES (1986-88)-Stormy Sacks:

  • Opening theme
  • Alternate opening theme
  • Game win cue
  • Commercial outro cue
  • Secret Square prize cue
  • Secret Square win cue (standard version)
  • Secret Square win cue (extended version)
  • Ticket plug/car plug cue
  • Return from commercial (to bonus round) cue
  • Car drumroll
  • Car win cue
  • Closing theme
  • Alternate closing theme
  • Several unused cues

    THE NEW HOLLYWOOD SQUARES (1988-89 re-arrangement/recording)-Stormy Sacks

    THE NEW NEWLYWED GAME (1985-88)-Milton DeLugg

    THE NEW PRICE IS RIGHT (1994-95)-Score Productions:

  • Main theme
  • "Come on Down" cue
  • 2 prize cues
  • "Safe Crackers" cue

    THE NEW TREASURE HUNT-Chuck Barris:

  • Main theme
  • Audience box reveal cue
  • "Winner's Theme"/closing theme
  • "Loser's Theme"

    THE NAME'S THE SAME (1951-54, "Shooting Star")-Sidney Torch

    THE NEWLYWED GAME (1966-74)-Trumpets Ole:

  • Main theme
  • Win cue (also used on the 1977-80 version)

    THE NEWLYWED GAME (1977-80)-Chuck Barris

    NOW YOU SEE IT ("Chump Change")-Quincy Jones

    NOW YOU SEE IT (1974 alternate theme)-Score Productions

    1 VS. 100-Groove Addicts:

  • Main theme
  • Question cue
  • Loss cue

    PANTOMIME QUIZ ("Huckleberry Duck")-Raymond Scott

    THE PARENT GAME ("Baja California")-Chuck Barris

    THE PARTY GAME ("Bond Street")-Burt Bacharach

    PASS THE BUCK ("Come On Down")-Frank Talley

    PASSWORD (1961-63, "Holiday Jaunt")-Kurt Rehmfeld

    PASSWORD (1963-67)-Bob Cobert:

  • Main theme ("You Know the Password", full version)
  • Main theme (re-arranged short version)
  • Main theme (3 alternate versions)
  • Bumper cue
  • Crossover cue
  • Departure cue

    PASSWORD (1971-74)-Score Productions:

  • Main theme
  • Main theme (unused version)
  • Theme vamp
  • Crossover cue
  • 2 unused rhythym cues
  • 3 unused cues

    PASSWORD ALL-STARS/PASSWORD (1975)-Score Productions:

  • Main theme
  • Commercial outro cue
  • 3 rhythym cues
  • Unused cue

    PASSWORD PLUS-Score Productions

    PEOPLE POKER (unsold pilot)-Chuck Barris

    PLACE THE FACE ("Holiday Spirit")-Clive Richardson

    PLAY FOR A BILLION-Scooter Pietsch

    PLAY THE PERCENTAGES-Hal Hidey:

  • Opening drum riff
  • Opening theme, part 1
  • Opening theme, part 2
  • Host button
  • Promo bed
  • Closing theme

    PLAY YOUR HUNCH (1958-60, "The Flagwavers")-Alyn Ainsworth

    POWER OF 10-Lewis Flinn:

  • Opening theme
  • Theme vamp
  • Bumper cue
  • Rules explanation cue
  • Pre-results cue
  • Cursor cue
  • 2 tension cues
  • $100K question cue
  • Win cue

    PRESS YOUR LUCK (pilot, "Flash")-Keith Mansfield

    PRESS YOUR LUCK-Lee Ringuette:

  • Opening theme, part 1
  • Opening theme, part 2
  • Opening theme, part 2, w/added effects
  • Closing theme

    THE PRICE IS RIGHT (1961-65)/SNAP JUDGEMENT-Bob Cobert

    THE PRICE IS RIGHT (1972- )-Score Productions:
    4 versions of the theme:

  • Standard length
  • Extended version
  • An "updated" version (recorded at a faster tempo)
  • The 2007 re-arrangement
  • …plus over *90* different prize cues!

    THE PRICE IS RIGHT (main theme techno remix)-Paul Johnson

    THE PRICE IS RIGHT (2006 main theme remix)-David Kitay

    THE PRICE IS RIGHT (Cliff Hangers mountain climber music, "On the Franches Mountains")-Jura Orchestra

    THE PRICE IS RIGHT (Race Game clock music, "Early Happy Days")-Heinrik Nielsen

    THE PRICE IS RIGHT (Switcheroo timer cue/Switch? switching cue, "The Head Clown")-Heinrik Nielsen

    THE $10,000/$20,000/$50,000 PYRAMID ("Tuning Up")-Ken Aldin
    2 versions of this theme are available:

  • The on-air edit
  • The complete version (clean, over 3 min. long, w/many sections NEVER heard on the air!)

    THE $25,000/$100,000 PYRAMID-Bob Cobert

    THE $128,000 QUESTION-Charles Randolph Grean

    THE REBUS GAME ("Let That Song Begin", also used as a prize cue on Seven Keys)-Matty Malneck

    RHYME AND REASON-Score Productions:

    THE RICH LIST-Will Slater:

  • Pre-open cue
  • Title sting cue
  • Booths cue
  • Background music
  • Betting cue
  • Main theme (short version)

    ROCK & ROLL JEOPARDY!-Steve Kaplan & Douglas Macaskill:

  • Main theme
  • "Think" music

    RUNAROUND-Mort Garson:

  • Opening theme
  • Prize cue
  • 4 random cues
  • Closing theme

    RUSSIAN ROULETTE-Craig Stuart Garfinkle:

  • Opening theme
  • Contestant intro cue
  • 2 "Let's Play" cues
  • Question cue
  • Right answer cue
  • Wrong answer cue
  • Final round cue
  • Win cue
  • Almost 20 misc. cues
  • Closing theme

    $ALE OF THE CENTURY (1983-87 opening theme)-Ray & Marc Ellis

    SCRABBLE (1984-90 closing theme)-Ray & Marc Ellis

    $HOPPING $PREE-Mark Northam:

  • Main theme (short version)
  • Main theme (full version)
  • Host inspection cue
  • Teammate inspection cue
  • Running music
  • Bonus crossover cue (unused)
  • Birthday Board inspection music
  • Bonus round music
  • Prize cue

    SHOWOFFS-Score Productions:

  • Main theme (short version)
  • Main theme (full, 2 versions)
  • Main theme (flute variant)
  • Commercial outro cue
  • 4 theme vamps

    SPLIT SECOND (1972-75)-Stan Worth:

  • Opening car cue
  • Main theme
  • 2 prize cues
  • 2 out of commercial cues
  • 2 car selection cues (1 unused)

    SPORTS CHALLENGE ("Get Back")-Patrick Williams

    STARCADE-Mindseed

    STRIKE IT RICH (1986-87)-Hal Hidey:

  • Opening vamp (2 different versions)
  • Contestant intro cue
  • "Think" music
  • Commercial outro cue
  • Out of commercial bumper
  • Game win cue
  • Bonus win cue
  • Several unused cues
  • Closing theme

    SUPER PASSWORD-Score Productions:

  • Opening theme
  • Closing theme (short version)
  • Closing theme (full version)

    TATTLETALES (1974-78)-Score Productions:

  • Opening theme, part 1
  • Opening theme, part 2
  • Main theme
  • Alternate main theme
  • 2 unused main themes
  • 10 unused theme vamps
  • 4 unused bumper cues
  • Commercial outro cue
  • Unused commercial outro cue
  • Fee/ticket plug cue (2 parts)
  • Unused fee/ticket plug cue

    TATTLETALES (1982-84)-Score Productions:

  • Opening theme
  • Closing theme

    THINK FAST-Edd Kalehoff:

  • Main theme (6 versions)
  • Slowed-down main theme (6 versions)
  • Vamp #1 (3 versions)
  • Vamp #2 (5 versions)
  • Bumper #1 (4 versions)
  • Bumper #2 (2 versions)
  • 2 prize cues (3 versions of each)
  • 5 Brain Bender “think” cues
  • Event description cue #1 (3 versions)
  • Event description cue #2
  • Event description cue #3 (2 versions)
  • Event description cue #4 (2 versions)
  • 20-second Locker Room cue (3 versions)
  • 30-second Locker Room cue (3 versions)
  • 40-second Locker Room cue (3 versions)
  • Fee plug cue (3 versions)

    3 FOR THE MONEY-Sheldon Allman:

  • 2 opening contestant intro cues
  • Long contestant intro cue
  • Opening theme
  • Unused opening theme
  • Commercial outro cue
  • Out of commercial bumper
  • Fee plug cue

    TIC TAC DOUGH (1978-86)-Hal Hidey:

  • Main theme
  • Contestant intro cue
  • Win cue
  • Bonus crossover cue
  • Ticket plug cue
  • 2 prize cues

    TO SAY THE LEAST-Stan Worth:

  • Opening theme
  • 2 isolation cues
  • 3 prize cues
  • Main theme (late re-used on "Bedtime Stories")

    TO TELL THE TRUTH (1956-62, "Peter Pan")-Dolf Van der Linden

    TO TELL THE TRUTH (1962-68)-Bob Cobert

    TO TELL THE TRUTH (1969-78)-Score Productions:

  • Main theme (2 versions, including an unused "scat" version)
  • Challenger intro cue
  • Ticket plug cue
  • Fee plug cue

    TO TELL THE TRUTH (1980-81)-Score Productions

    TO TELL THE TRUTH (1990-91)-Score Productions:

  • Main theme (3 versions, including an unused vocal version by Take 6!)
  • 3 main theme vamps
  • 4 challenger intro cues
  • 3 bumper cues
  • 5 unused bumper cues
  • 9 unused vocal bumper cues

    TO TELL THE TRUTH (2000-01)-Gary Stockdale:

  • Main theme
  • Theme vamp
  • Challenger intro cue
  • Game 2 challenger intro button
  • Game start cue
  • Affidavit cue
  • Affidavit button
  • 2 audience voting cues
  • 2 reveal cues

    TRIVIA TRAP-Score Productions

    TRUMP CARD (opening theme)-Score Productions

    TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES (1966-74, "Stop Gap")-Wilfred Burns

    TWENTY-ONE (2000)-Scooter Pietsch:

  • Opening theme (4 versions)
  • Rules explanation cue
  • Rules explanation button
  • 2 point selection cues
  • 3 question cues
  • 2 think cues
  • 2 second chance cues
  • Second chance button
  • Game stop cue
  • Win cue
  • Win button
  • 6 bonus round cues
  • Final bonus question button
  • 6 bonus round loss cues
  • Bonus round win cue
  • Contestant selection cue
  • Contestant intro cue

    2 MINUTE DRILL-Edd Kalehoff

    UH-OH!-Camille & Richard Rodwell

    THE VIDEO GAME (opening theme, partial)-Mindseed

    WAIT 'TIL YOU HAVE KIDS!!-Mark Northam

  • 2nd main theme
  • Prize cue

    THE WEAKEST LINK-Paul Farrer:

  • Background music
  • Round start cue
  • 2-minute round cue
  • 90-second round cue
  • Walk of Shame cue
  • Tiebreaker cue
  • Win cue
  • Closing theme

    WE'VE GOT YOUR NUMBER (unsold pilot, "Speed, Speed, Speed")-Alan Hawkshaw & Alan Parker

    WHAMMY! THE ALL-NEW PRESS YOUR LUCK-Alan Ett & Scott Liggett:

  • Opening theme (original version)
  • Opening theme (extended length)
  • Contestant intro cue
  • Rules explanation cue
  • 2 rules explanation buttons
  • 4 Whammy cues
  • 6 bumper "in" cues
  • 3 bumper "out" cues
  • 3 stingers
  • Tension bed
  • Prize cue
  • Closing theme (3 versions)

    WHAT'S MY LINE? (1950-67 closing theme, "Rollercoaster")-Milton DeLugg

    WHAT'S MY LINE? (1952-57 opening theme, "Melody in Moccasins")-Wilfred Burns

    WHAT'S MY LINE? (1957-62 opening theme, "Sounds")-Sascha Burland

    WHAT'S MY LINE? (1968-75)-Score Productions:

  • Opening theme
  • 4 rhythym cues
  • 4 contestant intro cues
  • Commercial outro cue
  • Ticket plug cue
  • Closing theme

    WHEEL OF FORTUNE (1974 pilot, "Give it One")-Maynard Ferguson

    WHEEL OF FORTUNE (1975-83)-Alan Thicke:

  • Main theme ("Big Wheels")
  • 6 prize cues

    WHEEL OF FORTUNE (1983-89)-Merv Griffin:

  • Main theme ("Changing Keys")
  • Shopping music ("Nightwalk")
  • Two prize cues

    WHEEL OF FORTUNE (1989-92)-Merv Griffin:

  • Main theme (re-arrangement/recording of "Changing Keys")
  • Car cue ("Buzzword", later re-arranged/recorded as the theme to Merv Griffin's Crosswords)
  • Caribbean trip cue
  • Two miscellaneous cues

    WHEEL OF FORTUNE (1992-94 re-arrangement/recording of "Changing Keys")-Merv Griffin

    WHEEL OF FORTUNE (1997-2000)-Steve Kaplan:

  • Opening theme
  • Puzzle solve cue
  • Closing theme

    WHEEL OF FORTUNE (2000 opening theme)-Steve Kaplan

    WHEEL OF FORTUNE (2002-06)-Steve Kaplan:

  • Opening theme
  • "On the road" opening theme
  • Toss-up cue
  • Puzzle solve cue
  • Speed-up round cue
  • Bonus puzzle reveal cue
  • Bonus round timer cue
  • Closing theme

    WHEEL OF FORTUNE (2006- )-Frankie Blue & John Hoke:

  • Pre-opening cue
  • Opening theme

    WHERE IN THE WORLD IS CARMEN SANDIEGO? (performed by Rockapella)-Sean Altman & David Yazbek

    WHERE IN TIME IS CARMEN SANDIEGO?-Sean Altman

    WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE-Keith & Matthew Strachan:

  • Main theme
  • Opening titles/walk down
  • Rules explanation cue
  • Contestant intro cue
  • Fastest Finger rules cue
  • Fastest Finger answer reveal fanfare
  • Fastest Finger "think" music
  • Fastest Finger correct answer cue
  • Fastest Finger time check cue
  • Hot Seat crossover cue
  • Lifeline explanation cue
  • Lifeline "pings"
  • Phone-a-Friend cue
  • 50/50 cue
  • Ask the Audience cue
  • ALL:
    - "Let's play" cues
    - Question cues
    - "Final Answer cues
    - Loss cues
    - Win cues
    ...for all questions (*51* total!)
  • Commercial outro cue
  • Return from commercial cue
  • Farewell cue
  • "Time's up" siren
  • Short trailer cue
  • Long trailer cue
  • Closing theme

    WHO WANTS TO BE A SUPER MILLIONAIRE-Keith & Matthew Strachan:

  • Pre-open cue
  • 2 opening themes (1 unused)
  • Rules explanation cue
  • 3 Hits cue
  • "Let’s play" cue
  • New Dimension cue #1 (2 versions)
  • New Dimension cue #2
  • 2 Question 1-5 cues
  • 4 "Mystery Music" cues
  • 2 New Dimension money tree cues
  • Commercial outro cue
  • Crane shot cue
  • Double Dip intro cue
  • Double Dip question cue
  • 2 Double Dip final answer cues
  • Double Dip wrong answer cue
  • Three Wise Men intro cue
  • Three Wise Men music
  • Three Wise Men bed
  • Three Wise Men clock cue
  • 2 unused question cues
  • 2 Walk Away cues

    WIN, LOSE OR DRAW-Thomas Morrison:

  • Main theme (edited)
  • Contestant intro cue
  • Hawaii main theme

    WINNING LINES-Keith & Matthew Strachan:

  • Opening theme
  • 3 bumper cues
  • 2 stinger cues
  • Main theme

    WINTUITION-Scooter Pietsch:

  • Opening theme, part 1
  • Opening theme, part 2
  • Host intro cue
  • 3 game start cues
  • 6 game music cues
  • 4 buzz-in SFX
  • 3 right answer cues
  • 2 wrong answer cues
  • Time's up cue
  • 8 bumper cues
  • 3 bonus round cues
  • Bonus round clock SFX
  • Cool SFX
  • 2 answer character cues
  • Answer kid play-on cue
  • 2 demo cues
  • Win cue
  • End theme (2 versions)
  • Master theme mix

    THE WIZARD OF ODDS-Alan Thicke:

  • Main theme (vocal version)
  • Main theme (instrumental version)
  • Main theme (Keystone Kops version)
  • Main theme ("love" vocal version)
  • Main theme (3 piano versions)
  • Ticket plug cue
  • 5 bumper cues
  • Wheel spin cue
  • Loss cue
  • 3 win cues

    WORDPLAY-Level 22

    YOU DON'T SAY! (1975)-Stan Worth:

  • Opening theme
  • Commercial outro cue
  • Fee plug cue
  • Win cue
  • Ticket plug cue
  • Closing theme

    YOU LIKE LIKE A DOG-Daniel Stein:

  • Main theme
  • Background music

    YOUR NUMBER'S UP-Bob Cobert

  • Main theme (*6* different versions)
  • Win cue/closing theme (*5* different versions)
  • Unused cue

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