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RIP Paul Dunlap

PALM SPRINGS, CALIF. — Paul Dunlap, a composer best known for scoring many sci-fi and horror classics, died here March 11 of natural causes. He was 90. MSTies will recall hearing his scores in episodes 208- LOST CONTINENT, 419- THE REBEL SET, 809- I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF.
His full Variety obituary is here.

Read an extended interview with Dunlap here.

Thanks to our pal Bobbie for the heads up.

4 Replies to “RIP Paul Dunlap”

  1. Fart Bargo says:

    RIP Mr Dunlap

    I never tire of his music.


  2. Ray The Whimsical Lampshade says:

    R.I.P. he did a good job in the two MST films I saw. (208 & 419)


  3. Chief?McCloud! says:

    Farewell Maestro, may a choir of angels sing thee to thy rest.


  4. Richard the Lion Footed says:

    My favorite film he did was “Angry Red Planet,” with Gerald Mohr,
    Naura Hayden, and perenial B-Movie general, Les Tremayne.

    This is a film that should have been the subject of MST3K: The Movie with its great score, cheezy red FX, and the “bat spider.”

    Also the only film I can remember with NO opening titles.

    Great score though.


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