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Blondie [second version, 1968] (sitcom)

    (CBS Primetime, 1968 - 1969) 

    [This was the second of two short-lived series which attempted to
     bring the Chic Young cartoon strip to life in the form of a
     filmed television sitcom. This version included in the cast
     Will Hutchins as Dagwood Bumstead, and Patricia Harty as his
     wife "Blondie".]


Open Theme: "Blondie and Dagwood"

    [above is title as filed for copyright in 1967; ASCAP titles include
     aka: "Blondie and Dagwood Theme" (title in 2001 ASCAP database);
     aka: "Blondie and Dagwood 01" (alt. title in 2001 ASCAP database);
     aka: "Blondie Sig (E C)" (only in 1978 ASCAP Performance Index)]

     Composers: music by Bernard Green (ASCAP), and
                Albert P. Brodax (ASCAP); with
                words by Dennis Marks (non-affiliated);

               [Brodax's name only appears in the ASCAP Performance
                Index of 1978 along with Green, but does not appear on 
                the lead sheet filed for copyright in 1967; he may have
                arranged the instrumental signature version;
 
                Dennis Marks' name is on the lead sheet, but does not
                appear in the ASCAP 1978 Index under "Blondie Sig (E C)"
                but does appear in the 2001 ASCAP database listing
                for "Blondie and Dagwood Theme"; Both Marks and Green
                are given credit as "Words and Music by..." on the orig.
                lead sheet, but the renewal lists "Bernard Green (m)"
                and "Dennis Marks (w)."]

     1978 Publisher: Features Music Co. (ASCAP)

     2001 Publisher: Features Music Corp.
                        c/o Hearst Entertainment, Inc.
                        of Los Angeles, CA

     Copyright Date: Feb 24, 1967; Eu 987 318.
     Renewal   Date: Oct. 2, 1995; RE-709-087.

     Recordings:


Close Theme: "Sayonara Dagwood (E T)"

    [this End Title THEME may be a different arrangement of, 
     or thematically related to the End Credits THEME called
     "Blondie Sig (E C)" above, and/or the Open Theme above]

     Composer: Bernard Green (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher: Features Music Corp. (ASCAP)

     2002 Publisher: [listed without publisher in the
                      2002 ASCAP ACE Repertoire database]

     Copyright Date:
     Renewal   Date:

     Recordings:

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