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Uncle Al (children, hosted by Al Lewis*)

     (ABC Saturday Mornings, 1958 - 1959)
 
     [a Saturday morning children's show originating out of Cincinnati;
      *Forrest Patton mentions that this was NOT the same Al Lewis, 
      character actor, who appeared in "Car 54, Where Are You?"]


Theme: "Begorrah!"

    [themes, arranger, and library source identification by 
     Forrest Patton, of Kaleidosound Studios, San Francisco]

     Composer: Raymond Stuart ("Ray") Martin (ASCAP)
     
     Original Publisher: Liber-Southern, Ltd. [of England];

     1978 Publishers: Liber-Southern, Ltd. [of England]; and
                      Southern Music Publ. Co. Inc. (ASCAP)

     1999 Publishers: PRS -- The Performing Right Society Limited
                         of London, England; and
                      Southern Music Publ. Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
                         c/o Peer-Southern Organization
                         of New York, NY
                         
     British Copyright Date: 1953.
                     
     US Copyright Date: Nov. 24, 1953; EFO-23721.
     US Renewal   Date: 

     Recording:
            10" LP: "I Love"
                     Ray Martin and his orchestra
                     Essex


Segment Theme 1: "Irish Washerwoman"

    [themes, arranger, and library source identification by 
     Forrest Patton, of Kaleidosound Studios, San Francisco]

     Composer/Arranger: *Traditional* [Irish jig],
                        arranged by Irving Szathmary (BMI)

     1978 Publisher: [not found]

     1999 Publisher: Topaz Music Co. (BMI)

     Copyright Date:
     Renewal   Date:

     Recording:
            10" LP: "Mood For Moderns"
                     Irving Szathmary and his orchestra
                     Madison Records

       78rpm Album: "Mood For Moderns"
                     Irving Szathmary and his orchestra
                     Madison Records

       78rpm:  [a slower version in the Langworth 78rpm library
                Disc 64, Side B ]


Segment Theme 2: The Children's Marching Song, from the motion picture "The Inn of the Sixth Happiness"

    [adapted from the nursery rhyme tune: "Nick Nack Paddy Wack",
     recording used by Mitch Miller and his sing-along group.]

    [themes, arranger, and library source identification by 
     Forrest Patton, of Kaleidosound Studios, San Francisco]

     Composer: *Traditional* [Children's song],
               adapted by Sir Malcolm Arnold (British PRS/ASCAP/BMI)

     1978 Publisher: Glenwood Music Corpor. (ASCAP)

     1999 Publisher: Glenwood Music Corporation (ASCAP)
                        c/o EMI Music Publishing Inc.,
                        of New York, NY

     Copyright Date: Dec. 8, 1958; Eu 554 974.
     Renewal   Date:

     Recording:  
            LP:  Mitch Miller and the Gang
                 Columbia

     45rpm single: Mitch Miller and the Gang
                   Columbia 4-41317

     45rpm single: Mitch Miller and the Gang
                   Columbia 13-33084 

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