Word For Word (game show, hosted by Merv Griffin)

    (aka: "Merv Griffin's Word For Word")
    (NBC Daytime, 1963 - 1964)
     A short-lived 30-minute daytime show (only 4 episodes aired) in which
     contestants tried to break longer words down into shorter ones, and
     un-scramble letters into words (Scrabble-style.)

Theme: "I Think That I've Been Thinkin' About You"

    [Songwriter Julann Griffin was the wife of Merv Griffin at the time.
     She had an early career as a radio comic, and Merv Griffin credits 
     her for coming up with the premise of the popular quiz show "Jeopardy."]

     Composer: Julann Griffin (BMI)

     Orig. Publisher: JulMer Music, Inc. (BMI)

     1978 Publishers: 

     2000 Publishers: 
     Copyright Date: Nov. 5, 1963; EU 800 351.
     Renewal Date:   [not found]


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