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Robert H. Raff (12 March 19245 September 2001; age 77) was a music editor, who worked on the first season of Star Trek: The Original Series (from "The Corbomite Maneuver" to "The Conscience of the King", and from "Court Martial" to "Shore Leave").

Raff worked as music editor on numerous film and television projects between 1954 and 1997, including series such as The Patty Duke Show, Mannix, The Untouchables, Falcon Crest, and Perfect Strangers. He also worked on the pilot for William Shatner's series Barbary Coast, which also featured Michael Ansara. His feature film credits include The Windsplitter (1971, with Paul Lambert), Some Call It Loving (1973, with Logan Ramsey), The Last Waltz (1978), and An Unmarried Woman (1978, with Vincent Schiavelli).

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