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The Jaye P. Morgan Show (music)

    (NBC Primetime, 1956)

    [the 1950s female vocalist with smoldering looks and husky voice
     was the host of this summer replacement show for Eddie Fisher's
    "Coke Time." Her hits included "Just A Gigolo" and "Life Is Just 
     A Bowl Of Cherries" in 1953, and "The Longest Walk" in 1955.

     According to a Web Site from Verdugo Hills High School in 
     Tujunga, California (near Los Angeles), Jaye P. Morgan's
     given name was Mary Morgan; she was the class treasurer 
     in 1947; as a result, began to be called "J.P." in reference 
     to legendary financier John Pierpoint Morgan; The nickname 
     stuck and Jaye P. was her name professionally as well;

     On this summer series, her four brothers formed a vocal
     quartet which sang behind her; unfortunately the series never
     was picked up after the summer of 1956]


Sponsor Signature: "Coca-Cola Signature"

    [aka: "Coca-Cola Waltz" and 
     aka: "The Coca-Cola Company Theme";

     Leonard Joy also composed "When Shadows Fall", was A & R Dir. 
     RCA Victor 1933; and A & R Dir. Decca Records in 1944]

     Composer: Leonard W. Joy (ASCAP)

     Original Claimant: Leonard W. Joy, of Glen Ridge, NJ

     1997 Publisher: [none listed in ASCAP or BMI Repertoire]

     2001 Publisher: [not found in ASCAP or BMI Repertoire databases]
 
    [original composition by claimant Leonard W. Joy]: 
     Copyright Date: Aug. 1, 1930, Eu 25 728.
     Renewal   Date:

    [arrangement under title "Coca-Cola Waltz"
     arranged by Nathan Van Cleave & Andre Kostelantez
     copyright filed by The Coca-Cola Company of Wilmington, DE]:
     Copyright Date: Jul. 10, 1941; Eu 263 995.
     Renewal   Date:

     Recordings [under title "The Coca-Cola Company Theme"]: 
          LP: "Great Music Themes of Television" (1956)
               RCA-Victor LPM 1020
               Hugo Winterhalter and his Orchestra
     ReIssue:
         LP:  "Great Music Themes of Early Television" (1984)
               Franklin Mint-1 (re-issue of RCA LPM 1020)
               Hugo Winterhalter and his Orchestra


MainTheme: Life Is Just A Bowl of Cherries, from the 1931 Musical Revue
                             "George White's Scandals"

     Composers: music by Ray Henderson (ASCAP) and
                lyric by Lew Brown (ASCAP)

     1978 Publishers: De Sylva, Brown & Henderson (ASCAP)

     2001 Publishers: De Sylva, Brown & Henderson (ASCAP)

     Composition Date: 1931

     Copyright Date:
     Renewal   Date:

     Recordings:


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