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Mona McCluskey (sitcom, starring Juliet Prowse)

    (CBS Primetime, 1965 - 1966)

    [Miss Prowse, a broadway/film star, played a movie star named
     Mona Jackson who is married to a serviceman whose last name
     is McCluskey; in order to assuage the pride of her husband
     she agrees to let him support her on his meager salary and
     live modestly in an apartment with him...(her money goes
     right into the bank); based upon this improbable premise,
     most of the plots involve schemes she initiates to improve 
     his income -- a rather strange situation which the audience 
     must have felt hard-pressed to identify with...her husband 
     was played by Denny (Scott) Miller]


Theme 1: "Mona Mc Cluskey Theme"

     Composer: Joseph Francis ("Sonny") Burke (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher:

     2001 Publisher: EMI-Unart Catalog, Inc. (BMI)
                        c/o EMI Music Publishing, Inc.
                        of New York, NY

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Theme 2: "Yes Sir! That's My Baby"

    [a quintessential jazz-age standard, often associated with
     Eddie Cantor and featured in at least three movies during
     the 1940s - 1950s]

     Composers: music by Walter Donaldson (ASCAP) and
                lyric by Gus Kahn (ASCAP)

     1978 Publishers: The Bourne Co. (ASCAP), and
                      Donaldson Publishing Co. (ASCAP)

     2001 Publishers: The Bourne Co. (ASCAP)
                         of New York, NY; and
                      Donaldson Publishing Co. (ASCAP)
                         c/o Sussman & Associates
                         of New York, NY

     Composition Date: 1925

     Copyright Date:
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