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Ichabod And Me (sitcom, starring Robert Sterling)

    (CBS Primetime, 1961 - 1962)

    [the basic situation explored in this situation comedy was that of 
     a reporter who moves from the "Big Apple" (New York) to a small
     New England town in "Ichabod Crane country", whose leading 
     citizen is a character named Ichabod Adams.]


Theme 1: "The Girl I Left Behind Me"

    [above is title as listed in the BMI Database crediting
     Gilbert (an ASCAP composer), and an unnamed ASCAP publisher.
     The listing showing up on the ASCAP cue sheets may have been
     an attempt to share royalties by Gilbert, who was the Four Star 
     music director, or he may have actually written an arrangement
     of it for a season of the series.
     
     This tune is a Traditional Irish Tune, written circa 1770, now
     in the Public Domain.]

     Composes: *Traditional* [Irish tune circa 1770], with
               adaptation by Herschel Burke Gilbert (ASCAP)

     Orig. Publisher: probably B N P Music Publishing (BMI)

     2001 Publishers: [not listed in the ASCAP ACE database]
                       probably John Paul Music (ASCAP)
     
     Copyright Date:
     Renewal   Date:

     Recordings:


Theme 2: "The Girl I Left Behind Me, from 'Ichabod And Me'"

    [above is title as filed for copyright]

     Composers: *Traditional* [Irish Tune circa 1770], with
                adaptation by Pete Rugolo (ASCAP/BMI)

     1978 Publisher: [not found in the 1978 ASCAP Index of
                          Performed Compositions]

     1989 Publisher: MCA Music Publishing,
                        div. of MCA, Inc. (ASCAP)

     2001 Publisher: [not found in the ASCAP or BMI databases]
                      probably M C A Music Publishing,
                        a div. of Universal Music Publishing,
                        of Los Angeles, CA
     
     Copyright Date [for "changed arr."]: Dec. 27, 1961; Eu 700 222.
     Renewal   Date [for "changed arr."]: Dec. 28, 1989; RE-460-714.

     Recordings:


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