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Suspicion (suspense anthology, from Alfred Hitchcock)

    (NBC Primetime, 1957 - 1959;

    [The series was another production distributed by MCA-Revue
     Studios from Alfred Hitchock's Shamley Productions, which 
     produced "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" which aired on CBS and
     "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour" on NBC. Unfortunately, Mr. Hitchcock
     didn't get as involved in this series, and it suffered from
     his lack of personal touch. It started out as a live series,
     but later episodes were made on film (Revue Studios' specialty.)

     The first host was Dennis O'Keefe who was replaced in the
     final season by Walter Abel]

Theme 1: "Suspicion"

    [Dave Kahn TV Theme and composer credit in the 
     Internet Movie Database; ASCAP lists Bob Russell as
     co-composer, and also Melvyn Lenard Gordon (publisher)]

     Composers: Dave Kahn (ASCAP),
                Sidney Keith ("Bob") Russell (ASCAP), and
                Melvyn Lenard Gordon (ASCAP)
               [pseudonym of publisher David Marvin Gordon]

     1978 Publisher: Gordon Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP)

     2001 Publisher: Gordon Music Company, Inc. (ASCAP)
                        of Canoga Park, CA

     Copyright Date:
     Renewal   Date: 


Theme 2: "Suspicion"

     Composer: Jeff Alexander (ASCAP)

    [In the 1978 Index of Performed Compositions, the
     composition is listed without composer, just publisher;
     but in the most recent database, the composer is listed
     without publisher; The THEME is listed in copyright records
     attributed to Jeff Alexander]

     1978 Publisher: Leeds Music Corp. (ASCAP)

     2001 Publisher: [listed without publisher in the 2001
                      ASCAP ACE database]

     Copyright Date: June 2, 1958; Eu 527 186.
     Renewal   Date: Oct. 6, 1986; RE-306-510.


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