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Irving Gertz, RIP

LOS ANGELES–Irving Gertz, a film and television composer who contributed music to 1950s science-fiction films and 1960s TV series, died at his home here Friday, Nov. 14. He was 93. Among his many scores, MSTies will remember his work on the movies in episodes 203- JUNGLE GODDESS, 802- THE LEECH WOMAN, 804- THE DEADLY MANTIS and 805- THE THING THAT COULDN’T DIE.
Read his full obituary here.

Thanks to JK – aka “I’m not a medium, I’m a petite” – for the heads up!

2 Replies to “Irving Gertz, RIP”

  1. smallerdemon says:

    Hot jazz murder music!


  2. I’m not a medium, I’m a petite says says:

    Richard Bass-Line, Richard Bass-Line ! Cuz he did the music for the TV series of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, see ?


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