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Harold Stevens Hopper (November 11, 1912 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - November 2, 1970 in Sylmar, California) was an American singer/songwriter, film score composer and screenwriter. He was known for his work with The Pied Pipers. He composed the themes tune to several television series such as Judge Roy Bean, Colt .45, 26 Men, and Circus Boy.
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