Well, for anyone in the UK, the Barrons' actual in situ score was discussed in Neil Brand's third 'Sound fo Cinema' documentary dealing with electronic scores in the BBC's season with footage of them at work in the lab.
Talk about misinformation, I found this on the website of The ASCAP Foundation:
"Over the course of a long career, British-born David Rose made an indelible mark on film and television music, as well as easy listening instrumental music. His best-known works include the instrumental standards, "Holiday for Strings" and "The Stripper," the score for the science fiction classic, Forbidden Planet, music for Bonanza, Little House on the Prairie, and decades of work with radio and television star Red Skelton." [underlining added]
Hmm - it didn't. I can't even see what I just posted, nor shall I see what I am about to post. Isn't that odd? I feel a bit like the only person left on the planet, watching Woodstock at the cinema. Or like Ray Milland watching his own burial through the glass window in his coffin lid.