An icon of Easy Listening music, London born Johnny Douglas (June 19, 1920 - April 20, 2003) was music director for many of the "Living Strings" albums released in the 1960s and 1970s by RCA Records in the USA. Johnny had to his credit over 100 albums and 36 feature films, the most well known of the latter being “THE RAILWAY CHILDREN”, for which he received a British Academy Film & TV Arts Nomination (BAFTA), and “DULCIMA”, for which he conducted the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. He composed and arranged the music for the American TV children’s series “Spider-man and his Amazing Friends”, "Dungeons & Dragons”, and “The Incredible Hulk”. He was also composer of the incidental music and arranger of all the music for “The Transformers” and "G.I.Joe”. All the series have been shown on worldwide television.

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