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Old Time Radio Theme Music T

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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  • T-Men - " T-Men Theme" - Paul Sawtell
  • Take It or Leave It- " Take It or Leave It Theme for Eversharp Radio Program" - Raymond A. ["Ray"] Bloch
  • Tale Of Today, A - " Coronation March" [La Marche du Sacre] from the opera "The Prophet" [Le Prophete] - Giacomo Meyerbeer
  • Tales of the Texas Rangers
    1. "Eyes of Texas, The" - Traditional folk song "I've Been Working On The Railroad" (m); John Sinclair (w)
    2. "Tales Of The Texas Rangers" - David D. Rose
  • Taystee Breadwinner, The - Tastyeast Is Tempting (jingle, to the tune of "Here's To Whiskey" [aka: How Do You Do, Ev'rybody, How Do You Do?]) - Trad. WW I song: "Mademoiselle From Armentieres" (aka "Hinky Dinky Parlez-Vous")
  • Ted Fiorito [big band shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: Rio Rita [from the 1926 Ziegfeld stage production "Rio Rita"] Harry Tierney (m); Joseph McCarthy (w)
  • Ted Lewis [big band shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: "When My Baby Smiles At Me"- Ted Lewis; Bill Munro; Andrew B. Sterling
  • Ted Mack -- see the "Original Amateur Hour"
  • Ted Straeter Orchestra [big band shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: Most Beautiful Girl In The World, The [from the 1935 Broadway musical "Billy Rose's Jumbo"] - Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)
  • Ted Weems [big band shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: Out Of The Night - Harry Sosnik; Walter Hirsch
  • Telephone Hour, The - Theme: Bell Waltz, The [aka: Bell Telephone Waltz][vocal title: Music of Love] - Donald David Voorhees
  • Terry and the Pirates - "Ambushes Everywhere"
  • Tex and Jinks - " Manhattan" [from the 1925 revue "Garrick Gaities ] - Richard Rodgers (m); Lorenz Hart (w)
  • Thanks for the Yanks (The Bob Hawk Show) - " Thanks for the Yanks" - Jack Meakin; Bob Hawk; Robert Sour
  • Thin Man, The Adventures of...[and "The New Adventures of..."] - " Thin Man Show" - Frederic ["Fred"] Fradkin
  • Third Man, The (The Lives of Harry Lime) - "Third Man Theme, The" [title theme from the 1949 film] - Anton Karas
  • This Day Is Ours - " Love For Today" - Don Becker
  • This Is Broadway - " This Is Broadway" - Raymond A. ["Ray"] Bloch
  • This Is Hollywood -- see Hedda Hopper
  • This Is Nora Drake - 'This Is Nora Drake'- Charles F. Paul
  • This Is Our Enemy [mini-series title music] - " This Is Our Enemy" [cues] - Nathan Van Cleave
  • This Is Your FBI - " FBI March, The" [aka: Theme/FBI] - Nathan Van Cleave
  • This Is Your Life (with Ralph Edwards)
    1. "This Is Your Life" [aka: Life Theme] - Alexander Laszlo
    2. "This Is Your Life" - Von Dexter
  • Those Happy Gilmans - " Pop Goes The Weasel" - Traditional English nursery rhyme tune
  • Those We Love
    1. "Weeping Willow" - Scott Joplin
    2. " Eventide" - Arthur Kay
    3. "Those We Love" - Louis ["Lou"] Silvers; Sidney ["Sid"] Silvers; Calvin ["Cal"] Kuhl
  • Thought for Tomorrow, A [formerly a segment of "The Household Hour"] - " Cradle Song" (1934) - Carl Hoeffle
  • Three Suns, The [music shows] - "Twilight Time" - Al Nevins (m); Mortie Nevins (m); Artie Dunn (m); Buck Ram (w)
  • Today's Children
    1. "Tales From The Vienna Woods" [Waltz] (Op. 325)(1868) - Johann Strauss
    2. "Aphrodite [& Aphrodite Waltz] "(from the 1919 musical production "Aphrodite") - Anselm Goetzl
    3. " Lonely Heart" - Ireene Wicker
    4. "Autumn Nocturne" - Josef Myrow (m); Kim Gannon (w)
  • Tom Corbett, Space Cadet - "Space Academy March" - Henry ("Hank") Sylvern
  • Tom Mix Ralston Straightshooters, The - " Shredded Ralston jingle" [variation of: When The Bloom Is On The Sage] - Nathaniel W. Vincent; Fred Howard (pseudonym of Fred Howard Wright)
  • Tommy Dorsey [big band shows]
    Signature Theme on various shows: I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You
    George Bassman (m); Ned Washington (w)
  • Tommy Dorsey [shows sponsored by Kool or Raleigh Cigarettes] - Cigarette Sponsorship Theme: Two Cigarettes In The Dark - Lew Pollack; Paul Francis Webster
  • Tommy Tucker [big band shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: I Love You (Oh, How I Love You) - Tommy Tucker
  • Tony Pastor [big band shows] - Signature Theme on various shows: "Blossoms" Alexander Albert Avola
  • Tony Wons' [Radio] Scrapbook - " Traumerei (Dreams)" [No. 7 from "Children's Scenes"] - Robert Schumann
  • Town Hall Tonight -- see Fred Allen
  • Travels of Mary Ward, The - " Country Gardens" [aka: "The Vicar of Bray"; aka: "The Quaker's Opera" (1728)] - Traditional English air from the 18th Century
  • Treasury Star Parade - " Any Bonds Today?" - Irving Berlin
  • True Detective
    1. Theme 1: True Detective Theme No. 1 - Chester ["Chet"] Kingsbury
    2. Theme 2: True Detective Theme No. 2 - Chester ["Chet"] Kingsbury
    3. Theme 3 (circa 1950): Brutal Regiment, a B-movie cue adapted for the MUTEL Music Service as "Dramatic Main Title #1 (MT 14)" [aka: Q 12-2: THEME No. 2 Long Version (Dramatic-Full), in the Capitol "Q" Series library] - Herschel Burke Gilbert (m); Joseph Mullendore (adapter)
  • Truth Or Consequences
    1. "Merrily We Roll Along" - Traditional Children's Nursery Tune
    2. "Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here" [based upon "Come, Friends, Who Plough The Sea" from the 1879 Operetta "The Pirates of Penzance"] - W. S. Gilbert; Sir Arthur Sullivan; Theodora (adapter Morse
  • Tune Detective, The [with Sigmund Spaeth] - Excerpt from the opera "Lohengrin" - Richard Wagner
  • Twenty Questions - " Twenty Questions" - Bernard Green; Moe Jaffe; Dick Hardt
  • Two For The Money (with Herb Shriner)
    1. Open Theme: Indiana [aka: (Back Home Again In Indiana) - Ballard MacDonald (m); James F. Hanley (w)
    2. Close Theme: Hoop De Doo - Milton DeLugg (m); Frank Loesser (w)
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