CTVA US Comedy - "It's A Business" (DuMont)(1952) Bob Haymes, Leo DeLyon

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It's A Business (1952)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Robert Leszczak
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive
Writers Guild of America (wga)

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IT'S A BUSINESS
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DuMont Network (Wednesdays)
Produced by Paul Rosen
Directed by Frank Bunetta
Written by Bob Weiskpof (later produced "Maude")

US Situation Comedy series 1952 10 episodes x 30 min
19Mar52-21May52 or 27 May52

Starring
Bob Haymes as Song Composer/Publisher
Leo DeLyon as Song Composer/Publisher
Dorothy Loudon as their Secretary

Premise:
Situation Comedy with a Tin Pan Alley setting. The series set against the background of the New York-based
Broadway Music Publishing Company in the 1900's, relates the struggles of song composers in an era when the
performer visited the publisher to find material.

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DuMont Network (Wednesdays) (19Mar52-21May52)

[01] 19Mar52 DuMont Wed (premiere)
[02] 26Mar52 DuMont Wed
[03] 02Apr52 DuMont Wed
[04] 09Apr52 DuMont Wed
[05] 16Arp52 DuMont Wed
[06] 23Apr52 DuMont Wed
[07] 30Apr52 DuMont Wed
[08] 07May52 DuMont Wed
[09] 14Mar52 DuMont Wed
[10] 21Mar52 DuMont Wed (final episode)

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