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    Using Patsy's voice, this darlings, this is the best ; Theme from Absolutely Fabulous

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    A great soundtrack by Mike Post to a great TV-show with James Garner.
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    I haven't watched TV since 2005 (display only used for DVD/Blu-ray). That said, when I watched TV, these intro's were my favorites:

    Jerry Goldsmith, "Star Trek Voyager"



    Randy Edelman, "The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr."




    Strangely enough, I have both shows on DVD box sets.
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    Colditz.... one of my favourites

    https://youtu.be/5W7cFJFfLYg
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    The BBC’s Last Of The Mohicans 1971
    Very good series. My husband and I were on holiday in Scotland when it was being filmed and driving through a picturesque glen in the Highlands we came across a military ‘fort’, then entered an area with caravans and assorted ‘Mohicans’ standing around drinking tea and smoking. Really funny.
    Anyway this is the theme tune:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bFR9ZKH6Hxk

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    Four of my favorites







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    I liked the theme music to "Cagney and Lacey". It began and ended with nice jagged, jazzy riffs and it knew where it was going all the way through, by contrast with so many of its counterparts which tail off and noodle around aimlessly between appearances of the main theme:

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=e64B3DCqu1w
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    Star Trek inspired show The Orville has a fun intro:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Traverso View Post
    Think that the music from a ballet about the revolting gladiator Spartacus would work as the theme for a series about a shipping line.

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    I remember any of the tunes on them though!

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    As far as the soundtrack as a whole is concerned (not just title themes etc.) it has to be Bear McCreary's Battlestar Galactica.

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