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 Posted:   Dec 18, 2020 - 12:24 PM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

A now the poster with the action-packed post history, yours truly--

Justin Boggan.



In 1948 a radio program called "Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar" began. It ran until 1961.

I can't tell you about the whole series, but during the long stretch where Johnny Dollar was voiced by Bob Bailey, it was full of win. Some episodes had original scoring, so I am bringing them up. Any episode I skipped because no composer is credited, I will note and there will be a separate thread in Non-Film Score Discussions to cover.

I will be using a ten-star rating system for each episode. I assure you, the series may start off weak, but just wait for Bailey. This is widely considered one of the best radio shows made.

Cues are short, that is to be expected. Some of you have heard radio programs before and want to claw your eyes out when they go on the cheap and it's just a guy sitting at an organ, assaulting your brain. This show didn't do that, not even in the not for broadcast audition pilot (audition pilot/episodes will have their own separate listing later in the thread).

The series had two or three themes (maybe four, depending on how you want to look at it) and yes, I will be solving the mystery of who did the famous series theme, but I can't just say it here; there's so much info', details, and related points of interest to just do it now. It's a post onto itself!


CHARLES RUSSELL (1949 to January 14, 1950):

"At insurance investigations, he's just an expert; at making out his expense account he is an absolute genius."



"The Parakoff Policy"
"with music by Mark"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLQc2uIwKww

Highlights:
  • 2:18 in.
  • 6:30 in.
  • 7:10 in.
  • 10:19 in.
  • 11:03 in.
  • 15:38 in.
  • 17:20 in.
  • 24:29 in.
  • 26:12 in.

    A five-story episode. Nothing remarkable about it, though as the climax builds, the writing is good when Dollar confronts the guilty parties.

    The intro theme, outtro theme, and end credits music, all presumably by Warnow:
    0:00/27:33/28:23

    Dollar: "Suddenly, things looked up; me, flat on my back in the snow, seeing stars."

    "Holy smokes, your face! Was ya robbed?"
    Dollar: "What's a matter? Isn't it there?"




    "The Case of the Slow Boat from China"
    "our music is composed and conducted by Mark Warnow"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkqtfArbVOw

    Highlights:
  • 0:55 in.
  • 3:19 in.
  • 6:15 in. An oriental take on the series' theme opens this cue.
  • 11:19 in.
  • 12:23 in. The cue closes out the first act with another oriental take on the series' theme.
  • 17:13 in.
  • 21:16 in.

    Another five-star episode.

    Dollar: "...all I found was a calling card from my old friend trouble."



    "Robert W. Perry Case" (episode title not said in the episode)
    "with music by Mark Warnow"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_qb_zULuE0

    Highlights:
  • 0:42 in.
  • 1:47 in.
  • 12:47 in.
  • 16:43 in.
  • 19:58 in.
  • 24:11 in.

    Another five-star episode.



    "Murder is a Merry-Go-Round"
    "with music by Mark Warnow"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=St39gi6EsaM

    Highlights:
  • 2:09 in.
  • 8:20 in.
  • 11:15 in.
  • 15:57 in.
  • 18:55 in.

    Another five-star episode.

    (19:46)



    "Milfred Brooks III"
    "with music by Mark Warnow"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1z_OcvcRfY

    This is the demonstration pilot re-done. There are differences.

    Highlights:
  • 6:32 in.
  • 14:12 in.
  • 18:40 in.
  • 19:53 in.
  • 20:55 in.
  • 21:35 in.
  • 22:20 in.
  • 25:40 in.
  • 27:08 in.

    Six-star episode. Better than the original.

    Dollar: "I'm sitting on his head. I don't care if this guy tries killing himself again; I just don't want him trying to kill me."

    Dollar: "Say, that boy's been a Post Office pin-up for a lot of years."

    Woman: "Keeping house with you would meet with my approval..."



    "The Stolen Portrait of the Duke of Massen"
    "with music by Mark Warnow"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPAVDzIx0Ig

    Highlights:
  • 5:07 in.
  • 8:23 in.
  • 11:32 in.
  • 13:24 in. Including a grand statement of the main title theme to close out the cue.
  • 14:45 in.
  • 20:30 in.
  • 25:40 in.
  • 26:40 in. With another grand closing.

    Dollar: "Yeah, rock-a-bye boobie."



    "The Case of the Hundred Thousand-Dollar Legs"
    "with music by Mark Warnow"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUYfvSrcwNQ

    Highlights:
  • 0:34 in.
  • 5:06 in.
  • 13:02 in.
  • 18:25 in.
  • 25:19 in.
  • 26:34 in.

    Five-star episode, bordering on four stars due to how boring it is.

    This is Warnow's final effort for the radio program. He must have been too ill to continue, as he died a few short months later. He has no IMDb credits, but he worked on other radio shows.

    Dollar: "There's something about a jail door closing on you that sounds very final."



    "The Case of Barton Drake"
    "Our music is composed and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ad69L8M_hc

    Highlights:
  • 1:28 in.
  • 5:18 in.
  • 6:23 in.
  • 8:53 in.
  • 14:33 in.
  • 17:44 in.
  • 23:49 in.
  • 26:30 in.
  • 27:39 in.

    Dollar: "Just by living a man is slowly dying of old age."

    Dollar: "I don't murder easily." (on still being alive)



    "Who Took the Taxis for a Ride?"
    "The special music is written and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18_gk-nv3OY

    Highlights:
  • 2:55 in.
  • 8:37 in.
  • 10:05 in.
  • 13:15 in.
  • 21:35 in.
  • 23:13 in.
  • 27:45 in.

    Six-star episode. Better pacing, interest, and acting.

    First episode to not feature that annoying drawn out "Yours trulyyyyy, ummm, Johnny Dollar". Russell just says it in a normal way.

    Dollar: "I once broke a leg jumping to a conclusion."



    "Murder Ain't Minor"
    "The special music is written and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1z2wU_mT8g

    Highlights:
  • 4:38 in.
  • 6:23 in.
  • 7:04 in.
  • 10:11 in.
  • 13:15 in.
  • 14:36 in.
  • 25:48 in.
  • 26:50 in.

    Six-star episode.

    Dollar mentions multiple detectives who are all leads on radio shows by the names he mentioned, airing at the time this show was.

    Hart: "And don't hesitate to travel first class."
    Dollar: "Don't worry, mister Hart, don't worry."

    Dollar: "Here, take the phone ... right over the head!"

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     Posted:   Dec 18, 2020 - 2:12 PM   
     By:   Bob DiMucci   (Member)

    The cue times given for "Milfred Brooks III" don't match up with what I'm hearing on YouTube.

     
     Posted:   Dec 18, 2020 - 2:36 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Thanks for letting me know. Everybody: Disregard that episode until further notice.

     
     Posted:   Jan 11, 2021 - 3:10 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    CONTINUED: CHARLES RUSSELL (1949 to January 14, 1950):




    "Out of the Fire Into the Frying Pan"
    "The special music is written and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiMntN3QeEg

    Highlights:
  • 0:34 in.
  • 5:39 in.
  • 8:17 in.
  • 17:33 in.
  • 20:28 in.
  • 26:05 in.

    A five-star episode.



    "Expiring Nickels and the Egyptian Jacket"
    "The special music is written and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dn6Jy1Kjn3c

    Highlights:
  • 0:37 in. Over a minute long.
  • 7:39 in.
  • About 14:20 in.
  • 20:44 in.
  • 24:10 in.
  • 26:03 in.

    Borderline six-star episode.

    Dollar: "Your 'credentials' look all right to me, baby."



    "The Search for Michelle Marsh"
    "The special music is written and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOy7b2FgJpE

    Highlights:
  • 10:22 in.
  • 19:05 in.
  • 21:35 in.
  • 22:17 in.
  • 26:15 in.

    Four-star episode. Boring.



    "The Fishing Boat Affair"
    "The special music is written and conducted by Wilbur Hatch"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEHARrC9er8

    Highlights:
  • 4:19 in.
  • 7:44 in.
  • 8:52 in.
  • 10:35 in.
  • 14:24 in.
  • 20:08 in.
  • 27:03 in.
  • 27:53 in.

    The score is noticeably bolder and different. I knew instantly before the end credits that this was going to be by a different composer.

    A five-star episode, though whom ever voiced the old man, did an excellent job.

    Dollar: "The meeting busted up without me getting busted up, which was, ah, unusually in of itself."



    "The Racehorse Piledriver"
    "The special music is written and conducted by Wilbur Hatch"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yloLQsR9eXM

    Highlights:
  • 3:14 in.
  • 5:23 in.
  • 6:58 in.
  • 13:55 in.
  • 20:36 in.
  • 24:05 in.

    Four-star episode. Very boring.

    Dollar: "Turning your back on a murderer is no way to stay healthy, but very often it's a good way to get him to make his move."



    "Doctor Otto Shmendlick"
    "The special music is written and conducted by Wilbur Hatch"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xmBRZQcz1U

    Highlights:
  • 5:50 in.
  • 7:15 in.
  • 10:40 in.
  • 17:55 in.
  • 19:19 in.
  • 19:37 in.
  • 22:49 in.
  • 24:46 in.

    Five-star episode, but boring.

    "Dollar, wen I want to laugh, I tune in Jack Benny."

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     Posted:   Jan 12, 2021 - 6:05 PM   
     By:   DavidinBerkeley   (Member)

    Oh, my heavens. Someone showing an interest in something I've enjoyed for ages, but never heard of other here who did also. Bless you, JB.

    Also, didn't JG score an episode? I'm surprised you didn't put his name in the thread title.

     
     Posted:   Jan 12, 2021 - 10:48 PM   
     By:   Yavar Moradi   (Member)

    The Goldsmith Odyssey checked the series pretty thoroughly and it’s pretty certain Jerry didn’t write any original music for the show...but there IS a storyline where a character is named after him!

    Yavar

     
     Posted:   Jan 13, 2021 - 5:03 AM   
     By:   Ray Faiola   (Member)

    YTJD is one of my very favorite series. I was going to do an episode for my annual TERROR AT THE MIKE last year but...well, you know.

    In any case, while I really enjoy the Edmond O'Brien episodes (his hammy style was perfect for the shows as written), the reboot with Bob Bailey was the berries. Great production, great stock company, excellent writing, and yes, that "cameo appearance" by "Jerry Goldsmith". As Johnny would say, "uh-HUH!"

     
     Posted:   Jan 13, 2021 - 7:43 AM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Oh yeah, Bailey IS Johnny Dollar. For me, at least.

    I'd kill for scoring from his era, even if it's mostly stock music.

     
     Posted:   Jan 15, 2021 - 5:52 PM   
     By:   DavidinBerkeley   (Member)

    Oh, my heavens. Someone showing an interest in something I've enjoyed for ages, but never heard of other here who did also. Bless you, JB.

    Also, didn't JG score an episode?


    Yup, JG is credited as music supervisor on one ep.

    It's been a while since I've listened to these and I probably never got to his episode. I'll give it a spin if it is extant, to confirm the credit.

     
     Posted:   Jan 15, 2021 - 5:56 PM   
     By:   DavidinBerkeley   (Member)

    YTJD is one of my very favorite series.

    I think I never made it as far as the 5-a-week's, which I was most interested to hear. Up to where I left off, it was a solid American-radio-style production. Too bad the USA can't muster the talent anymore!

     
     Posted:   Jan 19, 2021 - 12:40 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    FINISHING: CHARLES RUSSELL (1949 to January 14, 1950):




    "Witness, Witness, Who's Got the Witness?"
    "The special music is written and conducted by Wilbur Hatch"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OprLck9EKvU

    Highlights:
  • 3:51 in.
  • 7:30 in.
  • 12:47 in.
  • 20:25 in.
  • 23:31 in.

    Five-star episode.

    "You're awfully clever, aren't you?"
    Dollar: "No, I hire a couple of radio writers to work these things out for me."

    Dollar: "...it might work with a human being, but I'm not a human being -- I'm an insurance investigator!"



    "The Little Man Who Wasn't All There"
    "The special music is written and conducted by Wilbur Hatch"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ah0VqizHJlQ

    Highlights:
  • 1:52 in.
  • 4:00 in.
  • 5:07/5:45 in.
  • 7:10 in.
  • 12:25 in.
  • 16:34 in.
  • 17:51 in.
  • 24:21 in.
  • 24:54 in.

    Six-star episode that made it there thanks to whomever voiced Yarborough. People are credited at the end of episodes, but not for whom they voiced.



    "The Island of Tin Yutan"
    "The special music is written and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGHYrDvDYKU

    Highlights:
  • 3:48 in.
  • 6:33 in.
  • 12:55 in.
  • 24:14 in.
  • 26:21 in.

    Four-star episode. Just bad. At times even insulting.



    "Suspected Skullduggering in the Skull Canyon Mine"
    "The special music is written and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e27Ae-iTJkU

    Highlights:
  • 0:40 in.
  • 2:07 in.
  • 4:04 in.
  • 6:37 in.
  • 8:22 in.
  • 15:29 in.
  • 18:47 in.
  • 22:22 in.
  • 27:10 in.

    Another unremarkable five-star episode.



    "Bodyguard to Your Policy Holder Anne Connelly"
    (Or: "It May Have Been Love at First Sight, But the Last Sight Was Down the Barrel of a Forty-Five Automatic")
    "The special music is written and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKjYlFWpcqE

    Highlights:
  • 0:40 in.
  • 8:30 in.
  • 10:54 in.
  • 13:40 in.
  • 18:21 in.
  • 23:58 in.

    A five-star episode.

    Dollar: "Look Mr. Hailey, you can count on one thing: If I'm mixed up in it, something will happen."

    "I only hope you're as sure of yourself, Mr. Dollar, as you sound."
    Dollar: "I try to be."



    "The Unscheduled Performances in Maxamillion Sandros' Animal Show"
    (AKA: "The Circus Animal Show", as listed on some websites)
    "The special music is written and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Tx_-GmsVeI

    Highlights:
  • 0:40 in.
  • 4:12 in.
  • 10:23 in.
  • 15:35 in.
  • 20:04 in.

    A five-star episode.



    "Port-au-Prince Haiti"
    "The special music is written and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtAGP2r3bvI

    Highlights:
  • 2:56 in.
  • 6:03 in.
  • 6:35 in.
  • 26:46 in.



    "Small-Time Swindles of Big-Time Department Stores"
    (AKA: "Or How I Played Santa Claus and Almost Got Left Holding the Sack")
    "The special music is written and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADseIw6XPlE

    Highlights:
  • 6:20 in.
  • 8:42 in.
  • 10:59 in.
  • 15:45 in.
  • 20:50 in.
  • 26:38 in.

    A mediocre six-star episode. A lot of murder and attempted murder for a Christmas episode of a 1949 radio show!

    Dollar: "...I have a very dangerous habit of trying to earn my money."



    Unfortunately, that's it; no copies of the final three episodes of Russell's run, are currently known to exist (this will not be the last time I have to sadly state this for this radio program):
    "You Lead A Diamond, Mother, and the Game Will Really Get Started"
    By: ?????

    "Press Out My Asbestos Dinner Jacket, Mother, I'm Going To Smoke"
    By: ?????

    "The Missing Chinese Stripper"
    By: ?????

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     Posted:   Feb 19, 2021 - 2:34 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    EDMOND O'BRIEN (February 3, 1950 to June 5, 1952):

    Note: You'll be seeing Leith Stevens' name for most of the O'Brien run; normally I might say that all episodes are by so-and-so unless otherwise noted, but for this radio show I want to quote what is said in the audio for who composed the music.
    This will, of course, result in some redundancy.



    "How to Take a Vacation in Farfield County"
    (AKA: "Death Takes a Working Day", as some websites list it)
    "with music composed and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7Ho2DctX-k

    Highlights:
  • 3:54 in.54
  • 7:05 in.
  • 12:00 in.
  • 14:55 in.
  • 26:49 in.

    A rather boring five-star episode. Not especially well written or plotted. O'Brien's portrayal of Johnny Dollar is half-assed and lazy. Sounds like he just got out of bed and read the script for the first time.

    Dollar: "Everything was falling into place, including the blunt instrument which hit me on the head from behind."

    "Somebody must have stole it!"
    Dollar: "Oh no, that's not even a down payment on a story."

    Out-of-content quote exchange...
    Dollar: "You mean you got something hot?"
    "Well, it ain't cold..."



    "The Ship With No Port-of-Call"
    (AKA: "The S.S. Malay Trader Ship", as listed on some websites)
    (Or how Johnny Dollar learned to be a beard-o)
    "with music by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrWKCIAoIZY

    Highlights:
  • 0:49 in.
  • 2:00 in.
  • 6:31 in.
  • 8:12 in.
  • 10:43 in.
  • 14:43 in.
  • 25:43 in.

    A mediocre five-star episode.



    "Mr. and Mrs. Arbuthnel Trump"
    (Listed as "The Grave Diggers Spades" on some websites)
    "with music by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdOXA7mzpQE

    Highlights:
  • 2:58 in.
  • 5:20 in.
  • 6:36 in.
  • 17:09 in.
  • 20:54 in.
  • 23:36 in.
  • 26:49 in.

    Unremarkable five-star episode.

    "Everybody in this town has been getting a lot of unnecessary exercise, ah, jumping to conclusions."



    "The Archeologist"
    "with music by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WI_FSwj63WU

    Highlights:
  • 6:45 in.
  • 8:31 in.
  • 14:55 in.
  • 15:43 in.
  • 16:50 in.

    Five-star episode.



    "Bodyguard to the Late Robert W. Perry"
    (Note: Nothing was said in the audio that could pass for an episode title, so I just kept what I copied off a website)
    "with music composed and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGotP-NaNtk

    Yep, another remake of an earlier episode. Not the first time and it won't be the last time on the radio series. In fact, I think there were some that were re-made three or four times.

    Highlights:
  • 2:04 in.
  • 6:24 in.
  • 9:29 in.
  • 10:54 in.
  • 17:22 in.
  • 20:35 in.
  • 22:19 in.
  • 25:31 in.

    Better than the last iteration, but not enough to raise it beyond a five-star rating.

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     Posted:   Feb 20, 2021 - 5:41 PM   
     By:   DavidinBerkeley   (Member)

    Oh, my heavens. Someone showing an interest in something I've enjoyed for ages, but never heard of other here who did also. Bless you, JB.

    Also, didn't JG score an episode?


    Yup, JG is credited as music supervisor on one ep.

    It's been a while since I've listened to these and I probably never got to his episode. I'll give it a spin if it is extant, to confirm the credit.


    Yup, he got credit on the show itself.

     
     Posted:   Feb 27, 2021 - 2:33 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    CONTINUED: EDMOND O'BRIEN (February 3, 1950 to June 5, 1952):




    "Your Missing Police Holder, Youthful Millionaire Alec Jefferson"
    (AKA: "How I Got A Wildcat Oil Operation By the Tail, Or the Youthful Millionaire", as listed on some website)
    "with music composed and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2tFPZcAKO0

    Highlights:
  • 4:24 in.
  • 5:50 in.
  • 13:31 in.

    Five-star episode.

    Dollar: "To me the best grounds for divorce would be coffee grounds in an un-washed percolator."



    "The Eighty Five Little Minks"
    "with music by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRbJRAPrwZs

    Highlights:
  • 1:56 in.
  • 5:51 in.
  • 10:35 in.
  • 16:45 in.
  • 17:50 in.
  • 22:17 in.
  • 27:30 in.

    Borderline six-star episode.

    Dollar: "...and her blue eyes, which, ah ... which began hinting at wedding bells," worried tone, "SO, expense account item, eleven-seventy-five back home and fast."


    "Stuart Palmer: The Man Who Wrote Himself to Death"
    "with music composed and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kpb6_eaARPo

    Episode is incomplete -- no score added even though he is credited in the end.

    Five-star episode, but a good downer ending -- Bob Bailey era worthy.

    Or: How the Newspaper Kid Was Only Three Papers Away from Retirement. LOL.



    "A Missing Masterpiece"
    (AKA: "The Village Scene Matter", as some websites call it)
    "with music composed and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hs1qWFlgZ9A

    Highlights:
  • 5:38 in.
  • 20:45 in.
  • 22:06 in.



    "The Story of the Big Red Schoolhouse"
    "with music composed and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mauI0zSsYLQ

    Highlights:
  • 2:25 in.
  • 3:31 in.
  • 8:42 in.
  • 10:08 in.
  • 16:46 in.
  • 23:51/24:25 in.

    Boring five-star episode.

    "You'd find a girl on Mount Everest, Johnny."

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     Posted:   Mar 16, 2021 - 3:39 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    CONTINUED: EDMOND O'BRIEN (February 3, 1950 to June 5, 1952):




    "The Dead First-Helpers"
    "with music composed and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOkk-B_UEBQ

    Highlights:
  • 2:44 in.
  • 3:49 in.
  • 6:24 in.
  • 8:41 in.
  • 10:30 in.
  • 11:23 in.
  • 13:20 in.
  • 14:22 in.
  • 17:04/18:26 in.
  • 21:08 in.
  • 23:44 in.
  • 26:45 in.

    "I believe it when I see it."
    Dollar: "When you see it, Mike, it's going to be too late."



    "The Story of the Ten-O-Eight" (CHECK NAME)
    "with music composed and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T75AHRqDVYg

    Another odd-ball episode where the composer is announced, but it not only has no score, but it's not edited for broadcast.

    Mediocre five-star episode. My goodness so boring!



    "Policy Holder Pearl Carrasa"
    "with music composed and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yg8mbfLzzwY

    Highlights:
  • 0:50 in.
  • 2:55 in.
  • 6:44 in.
  • 7:51 in.
  • 8:49 in.
  • 17:20 in.
  • 20:44 in.
  • 24:11 in.
  • 24:47 in.
  • 26:39 in.

    Mediocre five-star episode; a plot like this would have had so much potential during the Bob Bailey run.


    "The Abel Tackett Matter" (the first episode I can recall that actually ended in "Matter" as spoken in the episode)
    "with music composed and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lx_mRnCCP7A

    Another odd-ball episode where the composer is announced, but it not only has no score, but it's not edited for broadcast.

    Mediocre five-star episode. My goodness so boring!




    "The Harold Trandem Matter"
    "with music composed and conducted by Leith Stevens"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3d8qJtv3o18

    Highlights:
  • 4:19 in.
  • 7:47 in.
  • 9:55 in.
  • 15:08 in. There is a two-second lull and the music continues.
  • 18:47 in.
  • 23:23 in.
  • 24:14/24:58 in.
  • 28:09 in.

    Boring five-star episode.

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