The Bob Newhart Show (sitcom)

     (CBS Primetime, 1972 - 1978)

     [the second of three network series featuring "The Button-down
      Mind of Bob Newhart" who began as an intellectual comedian
      with a number of hit comedy records in the 1950s; this series
      was produced by Lorenzo Music for MTM Enterprises (a company
      owned by Grant Tinker and his wife Mary Tyler Moore); in this 
      series, Bob plays Chicago psychiatrist Bob Hartley; Suzanne
      Pleshette played his wife Emily; and the ensemble cast was
      one of the best on TV -- it included Marcia Wallace as the
      office receptionist, Peter Bonerz as an orthodontist who
      shared the reception room, Bill Daily as a neurotic neighbor
      who worked for an airline, and a number of character actors
      who played various neurotic patients in Bob's therapy groups,
      including Jack Riley who played a high-strung paranoid, Noam
      Pitnik who played an obnoxious curmudgeon, and John Fielder
      as the timid Mr. Peterson; this show also had a long run in

Theme: "Bob's Theme (Sig) (M & E)"

    [above is title as listed in ASCAP database; ASCAP title variations
     aka: "Home To Emily";
     aka: "Home To Emily -- Theme from 'The Bob Newhart Show'";
     aka: "Theme from 'The Bob Newhart Show'";
     aka: "Bob Newhart Theme"]

     Composers: Lorenzo Music (ASCAP), and
                Henrietta Music (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher: Djiwa Music Co. (ASCAP)
     2001 Publisher: Djiwa Music Co. (ASCAP)
                        c/o Jess S. Morgan & Co., Inc. 
                        of Los Angeles, CA 

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