Winchell-Mahoney Time (children, starring Paul Winchell)

     (Syndicated 1965 - 1968)

     [This was the third TV series featuring ventriloquist Paul Winchell; It was
      produced and syndicated by Metromedia; A 1986 court case against Metromedia was
      resolved when Metromedia erased all 288 videotapes of the show;
      The first series was live on NBC, and aired from 1950-56, which was originally called 
     "The Speidel Show", which see...
      The second one was on ABC Sunday nights, called "The Paul Winchell Show", which see...

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

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

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

     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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