Jack Marshall

born on 23/11/1921 in El Dorado, KS, United States

died on 20/9/1973 in Newport Beach, CA, United States

Jack Marshall (composer)

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Jack Marshall
Born November 23 1921
El Dorado, Kansas
Died September 20 1973 (aged 51)
Newport Beach, California
Occupation(s) Musician, conductor, composer

Jack Marshall (November 23, 1921 - September 20, 1973) was an American guitarist, conductor, and composer. He is the father of producer/director Frank Marshall and composer Phil Marshall.

Marshall is perhaps best known for composing the theme and incidental music for the 1960s TV Series The Munsters. (The theme music was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1965.) He also composed music for The Missouri Traveler, The Deputy, a western television series starring Henry Fonda, The Investigators and The Debbie Reynolds Show.


  • 1959 18th Century Jazz (Capitol)
  • 1959 Soundsville (Capitol)
  • 1962 Sounds Unheard of (Contemporary)
  • 1963 My Son the Surf Nut (Capitol)
  • 1963 Tuff Jack (Capitol)
  • 1966 Sounds with Shelly Manne (Capitol ST-2610)

External links

  • Grammy Awards, 1965
  • Jack Marshall at the Internet Movie Database
  • Jack Marshall at Allmusic
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