Doodles Weaver Show, The (comedy variety)

    (NBC Saturday Nights, 1951)

    [Wacky Comedian Doodles Weaver, once part of "Spike Jones
     and his City Slickers", was a Stanford University graduate
     and the real-life younger brother of NBC President Pat Weaver;

     Unfortunately his attempt at a prime-time comedy series only
     lasted one summer.]

Theme: "Doodle-Doo-Doo (a dancing song)"

    [aka: "Doodle-Dee-Doo"]

    [Verified on the E! Cable Channel feature "Mysteries & Scandals",
     and heard on an air check used in biography of Doodles Weaver 6/12/2000.]

    [This was originally the THEME song of Art Kassel and his Orchestra
     in the 1920s...and was also recorded as a vocal by Eddie Cantor.]   

     Composers: Art Kassel (ASCAP), and
                Melville J. ("Mel") Stitzel (ASCAP)

     Original Publisher: Leo Feist Inc. (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher:  Leo Feist Inc. (ASCAP)

     2000 Publishers: Edwin H. Morris & Co Inc. (ASCAP)
                        c/o MPL Communications Inc.
                        of New York, NY; and
                      EMI Feist Catalog Inc. (ASCAP)
                        c/o EMI Music Publishing Inc. 
                        of New York, NY                      
     Composition Date: 1924
     Unpublished Copyright Registration Date 1: Apr. 25, 1924; E 585 940.
     Unpublished Copyright Registration Date 2: May   5, 1924; E 587 934.
     Unpublished Copyright Renewal      Date 2: Mar. 10, 1952; R  91 649.
     Published   Copyright Registration Date: May  15, 1924; E 588 460.
     Published   Copyright Renewal      Date: Mar. 10, 1952; R  91 650.

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