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The Steve Allen Show [#2] / Sunday Show (comedy variety)

    (NBC Sunday Nights, 1956 - 1960)

    [This is the second of three series which have the same name,
     hosted by the original NBC "Tonight Show" host, Steve Allen;
     the others were a daily CBS Show (1950 - 52), and a talk show 
     sponsored by Westinghouse (ABC, 1962 - 64)]


Open Theme 1: "You're The One For Me"

    [Opening THEME and composer verified by Steve Allen's office 
     in correspondence dated 1982; Comedian Steve Allen was a 
     pianist and prolific composer who wrote many of his own THEMEs]

     Composer: Stephen Valentine ("Steve") Allen (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher: Rosemeadow Pub. Corp. (ASCAP)

     2001 Publisher: Meadowlane Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
                       of Van Nuys, CA

     Copyright Date:
     Renewal   Date:

     Recordings:


Close Theme 2: "Impossible", from the 1954 TV Musical production "The Bachelor"

    [Closing THEME and composer verified by Steve Allen's office 
     in correspondence dated 1982; Allen was a pianist and prolific
     composer who wrote many of his own THEMEs;

     The melody was first composed as a closing THEME for his
     previous 1950 CBS TV series, and re-used with new lyrics
     by Allen for a 1954 TV musical play, "The Bachelor";
     it was recorded by several pop ballad singers including 
     Nat "King" Cole, Andy Williams and Aretha Franklin;

     Complete title, as filed for copyright: "Impossible, closing 
     theme of 'The Steve Allen TV Sunday Night Show', included in 
     the Sunday spectacular 'The Bachelor' (TV)"]

     Composer: Stephen Valentine ("Steve") Allen (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher: Rosemeadow Pub. Corp. (ASCAP)

     2001 Publisher: Meadowlane Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
                       of Van Nuys, CA

     Published Copyright Date: Aug. 3, 1956; EP 101 627.
     Published Renewal   Date: May 25, 1984; RE-209-857.

     Recordings:

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