The Real McCoys (sitcom, starring Walter Brennan and Richard Crenna)

     [last season title: "The McCoys"]

     (ABC Primetime, 1957 - 1962;
      CBS Primetime, 1962 - 1963)

Theme 1: "The Real McCoys"

    [aka: "The Real McCoys Theme";

     Verified as the THEME in TV Guide article "Looking
     For A Lost Chord?" April 28, 1962, pp. 12-13;
     Songwriter Harry Ruby was a prolific tunesmith who collaborated
     on many hit songs through the 1920s-1930s. Among them were
     "Three Little Words", "Who's Sorry Now?", "Nevertheless",
     "A Kiss To Build A Dream On" and "I Wanna Be Loved By You"
     recorded by both Betty Boop (cartoon) and Marilyn Monroe.
     Ruby penned this TV THEME in 1958 when he was 63.]

     Composer: Harry Ruby (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher: Harry Ruby Music Co. (ASCAP)

     2000 Publisher: Harry Ruby Music Co. (ASCAP),
                        c/o The Songwriters Guild, 
                        of Weehawken, NJ

     Copyright Date: September 2, 1958; EP 122 489.

Theme 2 (last season end credits): "Real McCoys End Credits"

    [BMI alternate title 
     aka: "Real McCoys End Title"]

     Composers: William G. ("Bill") Loose (ASCAP/BMI),
                Jack C. Cookerly (BMI), and
                Emil Cadkin (BMI)

     1978 Publisher:

     1986 Publisher: G R H Music Co. (BMI)
                        c/o The Marcus Family Trust
                        of La Canada, CA; and
                     Brenwest Productions (BMI)
                        c/o The Wm Morris Agency
                        of Beverly Hills, CA

     2002 Publishers: [for current Title, Publisher and Licensing
                       information regarding this THEME...
                       contact Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI)]

     Copyright Date:

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