Jack Wilton 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.   Born in El Dorado, Kansas, Marshall was one of Capitol Records' top producers in the late 1950s and 1960s. He also released a number of albums under his own name that featured his own finger-style jazz guitar playing. He was a close friend of Howard Roberts and Jack Sheldon, and produced several of their best albums on Capitol. He wrote his own arrangements, many of which had a big-band, jazzy sound to them. He was officially credited with the arrangement for Peggy Lee's "Fever", although it is now believed that Lee herself was primarily responsible for that arrangement, while it was Marshall who arranged the other tunes recorded on the session.   Marshall is perhaps best known for composing the theme and incidental music for the 1960s TV series The Munsters and the 1966 tie-in film Munster, Go Home! (the theme music was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1965).He also composed music for the movies The Missouri Traveler (1958), Thunder Road (1958), The Giant Gila Monster (1959) and Kona Coast (1968), as well as The Deputy, a western television series starring Henry Fonda, The Investigators and The Debbie Reynolds Show. His interment was at Forest Lawn - Hollywood Hills Cemetery.
  Jack Wilton 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.   Born in El Dorado, Kansas, Marshall was one of Capitol Records' top producers in the late 1950s and 1960s. He also released a number of albums under his own name that featured his own finger-style jazz guitar playing. He was a close friend of Howard Roberts and Jack Sheldon, and produced several of their best albums on Capitol. He wrote his own arrangements, many of which had a big-band, jazzy sound to them. He was officially credited with the arrangement for Peggy Lee's "Fever", although it is now believed that Lee herself was primarily responsible for that arrangement, while it was Marshall who arranged the other tunes recorded on the session.   Marshall is perhaps best known for composing the theme and incidental music for the 1960s TV series The Munsters and the 1966 tie-in film Munster, Go Home! (the theme music was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1965).He also composed music for the movies The Missouri Traveler (1958), Thunder Road (1958), The Giant Gila Monster (1959) and Kona Coast (1968), as well as The Deputy, a western television series starring Henry Fonda, The Investigators and The Debbie Reynolds Show. His interment was at Forest Lawn - Hollywood Hills Cemetery.
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