"The Hollywood Book of Motion Picture and TV Themes," published 1965 by
Hansen Publications contains 62 songs, including the Combat! theme.
45 rpm Record
Dick Peabody recorded two songs that were released as singles. They are a
"talking" narration over martial music, singing about "My Sarge." The
tunes are a real hoot! A must-have for Dick Peabody fans.
"Songs of Combat
Years" from Columbia Records, was released in 1963. It features the Combat!
theme and a variety of World War II songs. According to the April 1995 issue of "The
Toy Collector and Price Guide" magazine, the album is worth $75 in mint condition,
$65 in excellent condition. (Photo by Dave Sanders.)
"Anita Bryant invites you
to See America with AC" (Photos by Dave Sanders.)
"TV Themes of the 60's" includes the Combat! theme. Released on both
vinyl and CD.
- Rockabilly Acetates New-release
album in 2002 that features Vic Morrow from the film The Blackboard Jungle on the
cover. Nothing inside about Vic, just using his famous "record-smashing" scene
as a cover. The record is released by Norton records www.nortonrecords.com/lps4.html