Destiny (dramatic anthology)

     (CBS Primetime, summers of 1957 and 1958)

     [This series was hosted by Francis L. Sullivan; It was a 
      summer-replacement series for Four-Star Production's 
     "Zane Grey Theatre"; It was packaged by Revue Productions;
      It included two original episodes produced in 1953 and 1957;
      the rest were re-runs from other dramatic anthology series]

Theme: "The Destiny Theme"

    [vocal title: ""What Is My Destiny? (from The Destiny Theme)"]

    [This composition was written by a British trio of
     songwriters who composed the hit, "A Blossom Fell" made
     famous by Nat "King" Cole. They used the joint pseudonym
     of "Milton Carson". The collaborators were:
         Harold Cornelius ("Harry") Fields (British PRS), 
         Howard Ellington Barnes (British PRS),
         Joseph Dominic Roncoroni (British PRS).

     Apparently the publisher had high-hopes for this tune, for
     six months later, a lyric was written by Carl Sigman -- who had
     written many successful lyrics for European melodies."]

     Composer: attributed to Milton Carson (ASCAP/BMI), with
               lyrics added later by Carl Sigman (ASCAP)

     Original Publisher: John Fields Music Company, Ltd. 
                            of London, England;
                        [sole US selling agent:] Edwin H. Morris (ASCAP)
                            of New York, NY.

     1999 Publisher:  Morley Music Co. (ASCAP)
                        c/o MPL Communications, Inc.
                        of New York, NY.

    [filed as: "The Destiny Theme"]:
     Instrumental Copyright Date: Jan.  1, 1957; EFO-47893.
     Instrumental Renewal   Date: Nov. 21, 1985; RE-276-914.

    [filed under vocal title: "What Is My Destiny?"]:
     Vocal Copyright Date: July 24, 1957; EFO-52506.
     Vocal Renewal   Date: June 21, 1985; RE-252-441.


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