My Living Doll (sitcom, starring Bob Cummings)

    (CBS Primetime, 1964 - 1965)

    [the popular star of three 1950s sitcoms, Bob Cummings 
     returned once more to the airwaves to play a psychaitrist 
     who has a "relationship with a government-issue live-in 
     robot" -- a role played by actress Julie Newmar; despite
     the provocative situation with overtones of "I Dream Of 
     Jeannie", and the talents and charms of its cast, this 
     Jack Chertok show didn't find an audience beyond one 
     single season;

     This was the FOURTH of FOUR sitcoms starring Bob Cummings;
     The FIRST was "My Hero" on NBC, (1952-53);
     The SECOND was "The Bob Cummings Show" (NBC & CBS, 1955-59) which
         see...This second series was also known in Daytime re-runs 
         on the ABC Network, and later in Syndication under the title 
        "Love That Bob!"; and
     The THIRD was ALSO called "The Bob Cummings Show" (CBS, 1961-62)
         which also see...]

Theme: "My Living Doll"

    [MUSIC and writer credit in the 1980 ASCAP Biographical 
     Dictionary, in Jon Burlingame's book "TV's Greatest Hits"
     and Craig Patillo's "TV Theme Soundtrack Directory";

     The BMI database lists two titles attributed to Greeley
     which might be related -- "Opening ID" and "Music Fr TV Show"]

     Composer: George Henry Greeley (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher: [not found in the 1978 ASCAP Index of
                      performed compositions]

     2001 Publisher: [not found in ASCAP or BMI databases]

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