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The Second Hundred Years (sitcom, starring Monte Markham)

    [The far-fetched premise of this series was that an Alaskan
     gold prospector in 1900 who was frozen in an avalanche, was
     uncovered by a second avalanche in 1967 and thawed out alive.
     He comes to live with his grandson who looks just like him,
     but must keep the details of his life secret due to U.S. 
     Army regulations...

     Monte Markham played the dual roles of the prospector's
     grandson as well as "his own grandpa." This fantasy series
     didn't catch on with the audience, lasting just one season
     despite the charms of Karen Black in one of her first TV
     roles and other tradesmen character actors in the cast.]
 
    (ABC Primetime, 1967 - 1968)


Theme 1: "The Second Hundred Years (Main Title)"

     Composer: George W. Duning (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher: Colgems-EMI Music, Inc. (ASCAP)

     2001 Publisher: Colgems-EMI Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
                        c/o EMI Music Publishing, Inc.
                        of New York, NY

     Copyright Date:
     Renewal   Date:

     Recordings:


Theme 2: "The Second Hundred Years"

     Composers: Barry Mann (BMI) and
                Cynthia Weil (BMI)

     1978 Publisher: Screen Gems-EMI Music, Inc. (BMI)

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

     Copyright Date: Nov.  7, 1968; Eu  82 579
     Renewal   Date: Jan. 16, 1996; RE-725-762.

     Recordings:


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