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Old Time Radio Theme Music J

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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  • Jack and Loretta Clemens - "Just A Little Girl" - S. B. Fishburne
  • Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy - "Wave The Flag (For Hudson High)" [aka: "Have You Tried Wheaties?"] - possibly James Peterson
  • Jack Benny Program, The
    1. "J-E-L-L-O" [original commercial jingle] - Don Bestor
    2. "Old Jello Theme" [aka: J-E-L-L-O] - Don Bestor (m); Meredith Willson (adapter/arranger)
    3. Open Medley: "Yankee Doodle Boy" [from the 1904 musical "Little Johnny Jones"] - George M. Cohan
    4. Main Theme: "Love In Bloom" [from the 1934 Bing Crosby film, "She Loves Me Not"] - Leo Robin; Ralph Rainger
    5. Lucky Strike Open Theme: "Be Happy, Go Lucky [Lucky Strike Jingle]" - Raymond Scott (pseudonym of Harry Warnow)
    6. Closing: "Hooray For Hollywood" [for the 1937 film "Hollywood Hotel"] - Richard Whiting (m); Johnny Mercer (w)
  • Jack Berch Show, The - "I'm a Whistlin'" - Jimmy Eaton; Terry Shand
  • Jack Fina - Signature Theme on various shows: "Dream Sonata" - Harold Spina; Jack Fina
  • Jack Haley Show, The - "This Can't Be Love" [from the 1938 musical "The Boys From Syracuse"] - Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)
  • Jack Jenney [big band shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: "City Night" - William Engvick (BMI); Truman Elliot ["Jack"] Jenney
  • Jack Kirkwood Show, The - "Hi, Neighbor" [from the 1941 film "San Antonio Rose"] - Jack Owens
  • Jack Teagarden [big band shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: "I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues" - Harold Arlen (m); Ted Koehler (w)
  • Jack Pearl Show, The
    1. "Happy Days Are Here Again" [from 1929 film "Chasing Rainbows"] - Milton Ager (m); Jack Yellen (w)
    2. "Two Cigarettes In The Dark" [from the 1934 film "Kill That Story"] - Paul Francis Webster; Lew Pollack
  • Jack Webb Show, The - "Our Director (March)" - F. E. Bigelow
  • Jake and Lena - "Hello! Hello! Hello! (What a Wonderful Word Hello!)" (1948) - Calvin ["Cal"] De Voll
  • Jan Garber - Signature Theme on various shows: "My Dear" - Edwin Frederick Large; Jan Garber
  • Jan Savitt [orchestra shows]
    1. Signature Theme 1 on various shows: "Quaker City Jazz" - Jan Savitt; Jimmy Schultz
    2. Signature Theme 2 on various shows: "It's A Wonderful World" - Jan Savitt; John Kluczko Watson; Harold Adamson
  • Jesse Crawford [organist] - "Forgotten Melody, The" - Gustave ["Gus"] Kahn; Jesse Crawford
  • Jimmie Gallagher [vocalist] - Signature Theme on various shows: "Dear One Good Night" (radio title: Saying Adieu) (1931)- Jimmie Gallagher; Bob Ellsworth; Jack Erickson
  • Jimmie Lunceford [big band shows]
    1. Signature Theme 1 on various shows: "Jazznocracy" - Will Hudson
    2. Signature Theme 2 on various shows: "Uptown Blues" - Jimmie Lunceford
  • Jimmy Dorsey [big band shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: "Contrasts" - Jimmy Dorsey
  • Jimmy Durante
    1. "Inka-Dinka-Doo" [from the 1933 movie "Palooka"] - James ["Jimmy"] Durante (m); Ben Ryan (w)
    1. "You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song" - James ["Jimmy"] Durante (m); Ben Ryan (w)
    2. "Good-night, Good-night, Good-night" - Jack Barnett; James ["Jimmy"] Durante
  • Jimmy Wakely Show, The
    1. Opening: "Cimarron" [aka: "Cimarron (Roll On)"] (1942)- Johnny Bond
    2. Closing: "Rainbow Valley" - Gene Autry; Smiley Burnette
  • Joan Davis Time- "Nobody's Sweetheart" - Billy Meyers; Elmer Schoebel; Gus Kahn; Ernie Erdman
  • John Charles Thomas - "Home On The Range" - Traditional U.S. Western Folk Song
  • John's Other Wife - "Sweetest Story Ever Told, The" [aka: "Tell Me, Do You Love Me?"] - R. M. Stults
  • Johnson Family, The
    1. "My Old Kentucky Home" (1853) (aka: "My Old Kentucky Home, Goodnight") - Stephen Collins Foster
    2. "Listen To The Mocking Bird" (1855) - Richard Milburn (m); pseudonym of Septimus Winner) Alice Hawthorne (w)
    3. "Whistler and His Dog, The" (1905) - Arthur Pryor
  • Johnny Green [big band shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: "Hello, My Lover, Goodbye" - John Green (m); Edward Heyman (w)
  • Johnny Long [orchestra shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: "White Star Of Sigma Nu, The" [fraternity song]
  • Johnny Mercer Show, The [aka: "The Johnny Mercer Music Shop"] - Closing: "Dream" - Johnny Mercer
  • Johnny Richards [orchestra shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: "Young At Heart" - Johnny Richards (m); Carolyn Leigh (w)
  • Jonathon Trimble, Esq. - "Days Gone By" - Jack Meakin
  • Joseph White, Radio's Favorite Tenor- "Roses In The Moonlight" - Peter De Rose; Joseph White
  • Joyce Jordan, Girl Intern - ""Poeme" [vocal title: My Moonlight Madonna] - Zdenko Fibich (m); William Scotti (adapter); Paul Francis Webster (w)
  • Judy Canova Show, The - "Go to Sleepy, Little Baby" - Judy Canova (m); Zeke Canova (m); Harry Tobias (w); Henry Tobias (w)
  • Jumbo Fire Chief Show, The [with Jimmy Durante ] - "Over and Over Again" [from the 1935 musical "Billy Rose's Jumbo" and the subsequent film] - Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)
  • Jungle Jim, The Adventures of - "William Tell Overture" [from the opera, "storm" motif section] - Giacchino Rossini
  • Just Neighbors - "If I Never Dream Again" - LeRoy ["Roy"] Shield
  • Just Plain Bill
    1. Opening: " Darling Nellie Gray" - Benjamine R. Hanby
    2. Closing: "Polly Wolly Doodle" - Traditional U.S. Southern Minstrel Song
  • Juvenile Court - "Juvenile Court Theme" - Jerrald ["Jerry"] Goldsmith
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