Bert Gold (18 August 1917, New York – 13 February 2000, New York) was an American television producer and consultant.
He studied at Nassau College Center and Cooper Union College. He was a producer and consultant for over 650 local television shows. He had also been a newspaperman, theatre manager, and a radio writer. During World War II, he served in the Infantry and in Air Corps Intelligence. The composer of several songs, he wrote the popular Dogface Soldier.
Works for Winds
- Dogface Soldier (arr. Maxwell) (1942/1955)