The Roaring Twenties (drama, starring Rex Reason and Donald May)

     (ABC Primetime, 1960 - 1962;
      ABC Reruns aired in 1962)

     [Warner Brothers' answer to the successful "The Untouchables"
      got the time period right, but the rest of the formula was
      never fully realized. Rex Reason and Donald May played 
      newspaper reporters in prohibition-day New York City. The
      female interest (similar to "Miss Kitty" in Gunsmoke) was
      Dorothy Provine who played the role of a nightclub singer;
      Gary Vinson played a young copy boy at the newspaper (shades
      of "Jimmy Olson" on "The Adventures of Superman")]

Theme: "The Roaring Twenties"

     Composers: music by Jerry Livingston (ASCAP) and
                lyric by Mack David (ASCAP)

     1978 Publisher: M. Witmark & Son (ASCAP)

     2018 Publisher: Hallmark Music Company, Inc. (ASCAP)
                        of Brookline, MA; and
                     Universal-Polygram International Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)
                        c/o Universal Music Publishing Group
                        a div. of Universal Studios
                        of Los Angeles, CA 

     Unpublished Copyright Date: Oct. 17, 1960; Eu 643 723.
     Unpublished Renewal   Date: Jan.  5, 1988; RE-370-506.

     Published Copyright Date: Nov. 3, 1960; EP 146 166.
     Published Renewal   Date: Jan. 5, 1988; RE-369-362.


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