Dr. Kildare (medical drama, starring Richard Chamberlain)

    (NBC Primetime, 1961 - 1966)

    [based loosely on the MGM series of "Dr. Kildare" films written
     by short story author Max Brand and starring Lew Ayres, which
     were released 1938 - 1941; plus a radio series aired in 1939;

     a syndicated sequel: "Young Dr. Kildare" was attempted in 1972
     starring Mark Jenkins.]

Theme: "Theme from 'Dr. Kildare'"

    [vocal title: "Three Stars Will Shine Tonight";
     ASCAP title variations: "Dr. Kildare (M & E)" and 
                             "Dr. Kildare Theme";
     Verified as the THEME in TV Guide article "Looking
     For A Lost Chord?" April 28, 1962, pp. 12-13;]

     Composers: music by Jerry Goldsmith (ASCAP/BMI)
              [professional name of Jerrald King Goldsmith], 
                musical revision for the vocal by Pete Rugolo (ASCAP/BMI), and
                vocal lyric by Hal Winn (ASCAP/BMI)

     1978 Publisher: Robbins Music Co. (ASCAP)
     2000 Publisher: EMI-Robbins Catalog, Inc. (ASCAP)
                        C/O EMI Music Publishing, Inc.
                        of New York, NY

     Instr. Copyright Date: Dec. 6, 1961; Eu 697 995.
     Instr. Renewal   Date: Jan. 9, 1989; RE-418-509.

     Vocal  Copyright Date: April 25, 1962; Eu 716 895.
     Vocal  Renewal   Date: March 19, 1990; RE-475-544.


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