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Old Time Radio Theme Music G

Although OTRCAT.com does not have recordings of every series listed below, the following is
quick reference guide to old time radio show series, theme music title, and composer (when available).

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  • Galen Drake - " One More Kiss, Then Good-Night" - Peter De Rose; Charles Tobias; Louis Herscher; Art Coogan
  • Garry Moore Show, The - "The William Tell Overture" - Giacchino Rossini
  • Gay Nineties Revue, The [with Joe Howard]
    1. "Whoop! Whoop!! Whoop!!! Make a Noise Like a Hoop (and Roll Away)" (1908) - J. Fred Helf (m); Ren Shields (w)
    2. "Band Played On, The" (1926) - John F. Palmer; Charles B. Ward
    3. "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now" [from the 1909 musical "The Prince Of Tonight"] - Joseph E. ("Joe") Howard (m); Howard Orlob (m); Will M. Hough (w); Frank R. Adams (w)
  • Gene and Glenn / The Quaker Early Bird's Program - "Hello! Hello! Hello!" (What a Wonderful Word Hello!) (1948) - Calvin ["Cal"] De Voll
  • Gene Krupa [big band shows]
    1. Signature Theme 1 on various shows: "Apurksody" - Gene Krupa; Chappie Willet
    2. Signature Theme 2 on various shows: Star Burst" - Gene Krupa; Edwin A. Finckel
  • General Electric College Bowl [aka: G E College Bowl]
    1. "Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!" - Don Reid
    2. "Second Elizabeth (March), The" [aka: "G E College Bowl"] - Don Reid
  • General Electric Theatre of the Air [aka: Electric Theatre] -
    1. "G E Fanfares" - John Marion Gart
    2. "G E Theme" - John Marion Gart
    3. "Electric Theatre Theme" - Wladimir Selinsky
    4. "General Electric Theme" - Roy Ringwald
    5. "General Electric Theme" - John Scott Trotter
    6. "General Electric Theatre Open" - Morris Mamorsky
    7. "General Electric Theater" - Lyn Murray (pseudonym of Lionel Breeze)
    8. "Arch of Light" - Alexander Laszlo
    9. "Dome of Light" - Alexander Laszlo
  • George Jessel Show, The
    1. "California, Here I Come" (from the 1924 Broadway Musical "Bombo") - Buddy G. De Sylva; Joseph Meyer; Al Jolson
    2. "Give My Regards To Broadway" (from the 1904 Broadway Musical "Little Johnny Jones")" - George M. Cohan
  • Gertrude Niesen - "I Wanna Get Married" [from the 1944 musical "Follow The Girls"] - Dan Shapiro; Milton H. Pascal; Philip ["Phil"] Charig
  • The Gibson Family
    1. "Gibson Family, The" [re-used as the title song for the movie "Under Your Spell"] - Arthur Schwartz (m); Howard Dietz (w)
    2. "Hi-De-Home Sweet Home" [aka: "The Gibson Family"] - Arthur Schwartz (m); Howard Dietz (w)
  • Gillette Cavalcade of Sports, The - "Look Sharp - Be Sharp March, The" [aka: "The Gillete Look Sharp March"] - Mahlon Merrick
  • Girl Alone, A
    1. "Cecile Waltz (1914) - Frank W. McKee
    2. "Girl Alone, A" - Don Marcotte
  • Girl Back Home, The
    1. "Cheerio!" - Irving Fields
    2. "Hello, and Not 'So-Long'" - Ed East; Bob Hamilton
  • Girl Who Lives Next Door, The - " Alice Blue Gown" [from the 1919 musical "Irene"] - Harry A. Tierney (m); Joseph McCarthy (w)
  • Glamour Manor
    1. "There's A Small Hotel" [from the 1936 musical "On Your Toes"] - Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)
    2. "Donkey Serenade,The" [trio section] [from the 1937 movie "The Firefly"] - Rudolph Friml; Herbert Stothart
  • Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra [orchestra shows]
    1. Signature Theme 1 on various shows: "Was I To Blame For Falling In Love With You?" - Victor Popular Young; Gus Kahn; Chester Conn
    2. Signature Theme 2 on various shows: "Smoke Rings" - H. Eugene Gifford (m); Ned Washington (w)
  • Glenn Miller [big band shows]
    1. Signature Theme 1 on various shows: "Slumber Song" - Saul Joel Tepper; J. Chalmers ["J. C."] Mac Gregor
    2. Signature Theme 2 on various shows: "Moonlight Serenade" - Glenn Miller (m); Mitchell Parish (w)
  • Goldbergs, The - "Toselli's Serenade" - Enrico Toselli
  • Good News (of 1938-40)
    1. "Always and Always" [from the 1937 film "Mannequin"] - Edward Ward (m); Robert B. Wright (w); Chet Forrest (w)
    2. "Good News" [from the 1927 musical "Good News"] - Ray Henderson (m); Buddy G. De Sylva (w); Lew Brown (w)
  • Goodrich Silvertown Orchestra, The - " Her Waltz" - Arthur Johnston
  • Gordon MacCrae [music shows] - "Penthouse Serenade (When We're Alone)" (1931) - Will Jason; Val Burton
  • Grand Hotel - "Life and Love" [from the 1919 operetta "The Velvet Lady"] - Victor Herbert (m); Henry Blossom (w)
  • Grand Ole [Old] Opry, The - "Grand Ole Opry Tonight [aka: At The Grand Old Opry Tonight]" - C. A. Craig; Willis S. Graham
  • Great Gildersleeve, The - "Big Boy" - Jack Meakin (m); Foster Carling (w)
  • Green Hornet, The - "Flight of the Bumblebee, The" [from the 1900 opera "The Tale of Tsar Saltan"] - Nicolai Andreyevitch Rimsky-Korsakov
  • Guiding Light, The
    1. (1937-47): Aphrodite [& Aphrodite Waltz] (from the 1919 musical production "Aphrodite") - Anselm Goetzl (m); John Gart (arr.)
    2. (since 1947): Variations on Wieniawski's "Romance" (2nd mvt. of Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Op. 22, 1862) - Henri Wieniawski (m); John Gart (adapter/arr.)
  • Gunsmoke
    1. "Gunsmoke Main Title" - Rex Koury
    2. "Old Trail, The [aka: Gunsmoke Theme]" - Rex Koury
    3. "Boothill (Signature)" - Rex Koury
  • Gus Arnheim [orchestra shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: "Sweet And Lovely" - Gus Arnheim; Harry Tobias; Charles N. Daniels
  • Guy Lombardo [orchestra shows]
    1. Signature Theme 1 on various shows: "Auld Lang Syne" - Traditional Scottish Air from the early 18th century; words by Scottish poet Robert Burns
    2. Signature Theme 2 on various shows: "Comin' Through The Rye" - Traditional Scottish Air
    3. Signature Theme 3 on various shows:" It's The Darndest Thing" [from the film "Singing The Blues"] - Jimmy Mc Hugh; Dorothy Fields
    4. Signature Theme 4 on various shows: "Vilia" [from the 1907 operetta "The Merry Widow"] - Franz Lehar (m); Adrian Ross (w)
    5. Signature Theme 5 on various shows: "Avalon" [from the 1920 musical "Sinbad"] - Vincent Rose; Al Jolson
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