O'Hara, United States Treasury (crime drama, starring David Janssen)

    (CBS Primetime, 1971 - 1972)

    [A late effort from Jack Webb's Mark VII production company,
     featured TV veteran David Janssen, who previously played 
     Private Detective "Richard Diamond" and "The Fugitive";

     Janssen played a Special Agent for the U.S. Treasury 
     Department, who chased down counterfeiters, IRS cheats 
     and other nefarious souls; the audience didn't embrace
     the series which lasted for just one season; Janssen went
     on to play one more cop on the series "Harry-O" (1974 - 76)
     filmed in San Diego]

Theme: "United States Treasury March"

    [Above is the title as registered for copyright;
     ASCAP title variations: "O'Hara , U.S. Treasury Agent"
     aka: "O'Hara, United States Treasury"]

     Composers: Ray John Heindorf (ASCAP), and
                William ("Bill") Lava (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher: Leeds Music Corp. (ASCAP)

     2001 Publisher: Universal-On Backstreet Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
                        c/o Universal Music Publishing Group
                        a div. of Universal Studios
                        of Los Angeles, CA

     Copyright Date: Nov. 20, 1972; EU 372 531.
     Renewal   Date: 


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