Music from A Man Called Sloane is coming

Robert Conrad in a publicity still for A Man Called Sloane

An upcoming limited-edition soundtrack release will contain music from A Man Called Sloane, the short-lived TV spy series from 1979.

Sloane, starring Robert Conrad, only lasted a half-season on NBC in the fall of 1979. It was one of the last series made by QM Productions.

La-La Land Records is bringing out its third volume of soundtracks from Quinn Martin TV series, this one focused on The Streets of San Francisco.

Composer Patrick Williams (1939-2018) composed the themes for both Streets and Sloane. As a result, music from both series is on the CD set. Jon Burlingame, producer of the Quinn Martin series for La-La Land Records announced the Sloane portion of the project on social media.

The Streets/Sloane set will be out on Sept. 15 along with other new soundtracks, La-La Land said on Twitter.

UPDATE (Sept. 2): See comment from a reader below. A Man Called Sloane was the last QM series (Quinn Martin had sold the company off some time before). Barnaby Jones remained on the air into 1980. QM also made a TV movie, The Return of Frank Cannon, in 1981.

Eon unveils new NTTD poster, says trailer coming

No Time to Die poster released Sept. 1.

Eon Productions’s official James Bond feed on Twitter released a new No Time to Die poster and said a new trailer for the film will be out on Thursday.

The announcement came a day after Bond-related emoji had been activated on Twitter for hashtags such as #JamesBond and #NoTimeToDie. Such emojis are paid for by studios as part of a movie’s marketing.

The new poster only features star Daniel Craig.

The tweet from Eon repeats the movie is coming out in November.

No Time to Die had been set to be released in April. But the 25th James Bond film was postponed until November because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

No Time to Die is being released by United Artists Releasing (co-owned by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Bond’s home studio) in the U.S. and by Universal internationally