Search For Tomorrow (soap opera)

     (CBS Daytime, 1951 - 1982;
      NBC Daytime, 1982 - 1986)

     [the first daily TV soap opera, which preceding the second one --
      "Love Of Life" by just three weeks. It was created by Roy Winsor
       who also created "The Secret Storm" later.]

     [Some theme information after 1965 courtesy Soap Opera music expert
      David R. Jackson]


Theme 1 (1951 - 1968): "Search For Tomorrow"

    [above is the title as registered for copyright;
     aka: Search For Tomorrow (Opening & Theme)]
   
     Composer: Chester Fredericks ("Chet") Kingsbury (ASCAP)
   
     Original Claimant: The Procter & Gamble Co.

     1978 Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc. (ASCAP)
     
     2001 Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc. (ASCAP),
                        of New York, NY

     Copyright Date: Nov 5, 1951, Eu 255 181;

     Recordings:


Theme 2 (1967 - 74): "Interchange Theme -- Search for Tomorrow"

    [aka: "Interchange"]

     Composer: William ("Bill") Meeder (ASCAP)

     Orig. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc. (ASCAP)
     
     2001 Publisher: [Not found in the ASCAP Repertoire Database]

     Copyright Date: 
     Recordings:


Theme 3 (1974): "Signature for 'Search for Tomorrow'"

    [a short-lived THEME used only for a few months]

     Composer: Ashley B. Miller (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc. (ASCAP)
     
     1999 Publisher: Milco Music Co. (ASCAP)
                        of New York, NY

     Copyright Date: Feb. 12, 1974; Eu 463 856.

     Recordings: 


Theme 4 (1974 - 1986): "We'll Search for Tomorrow"

     Composers: Jack C. Cortner (ASCAP),
                John Barranco (ASCAP), and
                Jon D. Silbermann (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher: Elliott Music Company, Inc. (ASCAP)
     
     2001 Publisher: Fountain Square Music Publishing Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
                        c/o Signature Sound, Inc.
                        of New York, NY

     Copyright Date: Dec. 30, 1974; EP 336 113.

     Recordings:


Theme 5 (1986): "Somewhere In The Night"

     Composers: Billy Chinnock (ASCAP) and 
                Eleanor Bradley (ASCAP) 

     2001 Publisher: Fountain Square Music Publishing Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
                        c/o Signature Sound, Inc.
                        of New York, NY

     Copyright Date: Mar. 4, 1987; PA-315-277.

     Recordings:



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