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Tuning In - The heyday of TV music

"Who can turn the world on with her smile?" ____ _____ Moore
Andy whose sitcom starts with whistling and snapping
Lalo Schifrin wrote the famous theme that would become an iconic franchise tune for "______ Impossible"
"____ Times" (first two-parent African American family sitcom)
Mouth sense
Chiropteran superhero with a ridiculously simplistic but easily recognizable theme song
Ed Asner played Mary Tyler Moore's crotchety boss, ____ Grant
Radiant rare rock
Story of one's life, briefly
"77 Sunset ____" (early detective series set in LA and starring Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.)
Western TV classic about the Cartwright family, introduced by a theme song with rarely heard but laughable lyrics
Information technology, briefly
Gentle martial art, ___ Jitsu
___ Waterston is one of the original actors associated with "Law and Order"
"Come listen to a story 'bout a man named ___," the poor mountaineer striking black gold, Texas tea
Small, pointed missile
Title for a master cook
For twenty seasons viewers enjoyed the theme of "___smoke" on CBS
"You wanna go where everybody knows your name." That would be "Cheers" starring ___ Danson.
Companion of Larry and Curly
"No one can talk to a horse, of course; that is, of course, unless the horse is the famous Mr. __"
In "The Fugitive," Richard Kimble ______ from custody and runs free for 120 episodes
Journal for personal thoughts
Bottom border on clothing
Different as night and ___
Beloved titular Collie whose theme song tugged hearts
Eva _____ starred in 44-down (not her sister Zsa-Zsa)
Give a cursory glance
"_______ lives in a world full of wonder, under the sea." This animal actor was a dolphin.
ABC, CBS, and NBC are the Big Three ________
Jerry _______, known for film scores, wrote several TV themes, including the memorable music for "The Waltons"
Chinese dynasty famous for ceramics
Put up on social media, again
Opposite of west
Comedian and former Tonight Show host, Jay ____
"Five passengers [plus the Skipper and this first mate] set sail that day for a three-hour tour."
___ better or worse
Verbal contract agreement at a wedding
TV Land's Trigger was one; so were Fury, Silver, and Mr. Ed
"C'mon, Get Happy," performed by David Cassidy, was the theme song for the "________ Family"
"___ and Order" is announced with two electronic open chords
Samantha's nose twitch was the cue to start this show's magical theme
Fleshy ear danglers
"One pair of matching bookends, different as night and day" refers to twin cousins on this actress's show
Composer Randy Newman wrote and sang this song about Adrian Monk, "It's a ______ Out There"
Harpsichord and finger snaps introduced the "creepy" and "spooky" ______ Family for 64 episodes
Successful businessman George _______ was "movin' on up" in an "All in the Family" spinoff
Right now! __ once!
A certified physician appointed to investigate suspicious deaths, briefly
Covered in fine particles
The "coms" in "sitcoms"
"Rollin', rollin', rollin', keep those dawggies rollin'," sang Frankie Lane in Eastwood's debut Western, "___hide"
"Darlin', I love ya, but give me Park Avenue" was the final line of the "_____ Acres" theme
"Mork and Mindy" spawned a renewed interest in these unidentified objects. Nanu-nanu.
Fifties hairstyle, like Lucille Ball's poodle
Fuzzy-skinned green fruit
False belief or idea
The "creepy and spooky and all together ooky" cousin of the Addams
First in Great Britain, then around the world, TV audiences were thrilled with the synthesized theme of "Doctor ___"