Mack David was the older brother of Hal David, Burt Bacharach’s lyricist, and a composer for TV and the movies from the ’40’s through the ’70’s. He was credited with over 1000 songs in his career for which he wrote lyrics, music, or both, earning eight Academy Award nominations. He’s maybe best known for scoring the Disney animaed features Cinderella and Alice In Wonderland and for writing the English lyrics to Edith Piaf’s signature song "La vie en rose."
As for TV themes, there were four detective series produced by Warner Brothers and broadcast by the ABC Television Network in the late 1950’s for which he wrote the themes:
Bourbon Street Beat (1959-60)
Hawaiian Eye (1959-63)
Surfside Six (1960-62)
77 Sunset Strip (1958-64)
He also composed the theme for the Bugs Bunny Show which was used from 1960 to 1984 and again from 1988 to 2000.
Went a little beyond two songs there, but they were short. David died in 1993; his Wikipedia article includes this interesting fact:
David had a varied interest in musical composition. In 1975, according to the New York Times in David’s obituary: “Mr. David was granted a patent for inventing an electronic system for composing songs from fractional recordings. The system, which included playback units, stored records of lyrics and melodies. The operator selected words and music that fit together and recorded the combination.”
Mack David, your Two for Tuesday, November 26, 2019.