Pete King (composer)
Pete King (August 8, 1914, Ohio – September 21, 1982) was a prolific American music composer and arranger of easy listening music and film soundtracks. He studied music at the Cincinnati Conservatory and the University of Michigan.
King conducted orchestras for a variety of Hollywood films including adapting the works of Edvard Grieg for The Pied Piper of Hamelin and two comedies The Family Jewels and The Last of the Secret Agents. King's arrangements and cues were heard often in the American television series Happy Days and The Brady Bunch.