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  1. Old-Time Radio - Theme Title Index (sorted by TITLE) This list was last updated on January 31, This is a cross reference of TITLES of musical compositions used as Old-Time Radio THEMEs in the U.S., the SERIES on which they were used, and the names of COMPOSERS where known.
  2. Jan 31,  · Old-Time Radio - Music Theme List (sorted by SERIES) This list was last updated on January 31, This is a working list of Radio themes and Musical Signatures from U.S. Old-Time Radio Networks and via Program Syndicators.
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