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My Hero (situation comedy, starring Bob Cummings)

    (First run on NBC Primetime, 1952 - 1953;
     Re-run on NBC daytime)

    [...in which Cummings was real estate salesman Robert Beanblossom,
     with his sidekick secretary Julie played by Julie Bishop;

     This is the FIRST of FOUR sitcoms starring Bob Cummings;
     The SECOND was "The Bob Cummings Show" (NBC & CBS, 1955-59) which
         see...This second series was also known in Daytime re-runs 
         on the ABC Network, and later Syndication under the title 
        "Love That Bob!";
     The THIRD was ALSO called "The Bob Cummings Show" (CBS, 1961-62)
         which see; and
     The FOURTH series was "My Living Doll" (CBS, 1964 - 1965), 
         which see...]


Open Theme: "My Hero - Main Title"

    [Leon Klatzkin was music editor for the MUTEL Music Service of
     David Chudnow. It's possible that this composition was ghost-
     written by Mahlon Merrick or others who worked for MUTEL.;

     The Opening THEME was an exciting "news-theme" style piece
     in 6/8 meter, which was used as a News Theme by local TV
     stations after it was re-cycled in the Capitol "Q" series
     library from Capitol Special Products.]

     Composer: attributed to Leon Klatzkin (ASCAP)

     Original Publisher: Gordon Music Company Inc. (ASCAP)

     1997 Publisher: Gordon Music Company Inc. (ASCAP)

     Copyright Date:
     Renewal   Date:

     Recordings:
         original in the MUTEL Music Service; also re-cycled in
                  in The Capitol "Q" Series library from
                  Capitol Records Special Products:
         78rpm reference disk -
               Q-188: cut 2: MOOD NO. 464 (Chase - Communications)


Close Theme: "My Hero"

    [Leon Klatzkin was music editor for the MUTEL Music Service of
     David Chudnow. It's possible that this composition was ghost-
     written by Mahlon Merrick or others who worked for MUTEL.

     This Close THEME was a rather bland moderate-tempo "business 
     man's bounce"-style Fox Trot, played by a dance band over
     the closing credits]

     Composer: attributed to Leon Klatzkin (ASCAP)

     Original Publisher: Gordon Music Company Inc. (ASCAP)

     1997 Publisher: Gordon Music Company Inc. (ASCAP)

     Copyright Date:
     Renewal   Date:

     Recordings:
         original in the MUTEL Music Service; also
                  in The Capitol "Q" Library:
         78rpm reference disk -
               Q-49: cut 1: MOOD NO. 102 (Fox Trot - Fast)

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