The Paul Winchell Show (comedy)

     (ABC Sundays, 1957 - 1960)

     [This was the second "Paul Winchell Show" on TV; an earlier 
      NBC series aired from 1950-56, which was originally called 
     "The Speidel Show", which see...
      A 3rd show was syndicated by Metromedia titled "Winchell-Mahoney Time",
      which see...

      Jerry Mahoney was the name of the ventriloquist's dummy.]

Theme 1: "Whenever I'm With You"

    [Verified as the THEME in TV Guide article "When
     The Melody Lingers On..." May 17, 1958, pp. 22-23]

     Composers: Milton De Lugg (ASCAP), and
                Anne Renfer De Lugg (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher:  Winch Music Co. (ASCAP)

     1999 Publishers: Winch Music Co. (ASCAP)
                         c/o April Enterprises, Inc.
                         of Westlake Village, CA

     Copyright Date:  May 18, 1961; Eu 671 629.
     Renewal   Date:  Nov. 9, 1989; RE-446-945.


Theme 2: "Hooray, Hoorah, It's Winchell-Mahoney Time"

    [above is title as registered in 1954;
     Stein and De Lugg co-wrote the popular song "Orange-Colored Sky";
     Stein was also the TV Producer of many early shows.
     aka: ASCAP title: "Hooray, Hoorah";
     aka: alternate title: "Hello, Hello"
     Milton De Lugg's last name is sometimes
     spelled "DeLugg".]

     Composers: Milton De Lugg (ASCAP), and
                William ("Willie") Stein (ASCAP)

     Original Publisher: Standish Music Corp. (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher:

     2018 Publishers: Amy Dee Music Corp. (ASCAP)
                        c/o Milton Delugg
                        of Los Angeles, CA

     Copyright Date: Dec. 1, 1954; Eu 365 719.
     Renewal   Date: Dec. 6, 1982; RE 145 821.


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