Having Sirius XM Radio in my car leads to some interesting coincidences. Listening to the classical Pops channel (I think it's 80), is kind of like listening to an iPod Shuffle full of classical music: they play single movements of things, short overtures etc. The other day, they brought up a lovely, lilting piece, and I thought, I know that music, what is that? I looked at the dash - the label said, Ovt to Donna Diana, Reznicek. Never heard of it, I thought, but I know that music.
Then it hit me. Wait - that's the theme to Sergeant Preston of the Yukon! I used to watch that show religiously, but I haven't thought about it in (gasp) over 50 years - Wikipedia reminds me it went off the air in 1958! (I was 12.) Still according to Wikipedia, the Donna Diana overture is mainly remembered because of the Sergeant Preston show, and its predecessor on radio, Challenge of the Yukon (1947 - 1955).
For the music history buffs, the Wikipedia article on Reznicek has a tidbit that I just love. Reznicek had a sense of humor, apparently not shared by his friend Richard Strauss. Reznicek wrote a symphonic poem he called Schlemihl which is apparently a direct parody of Strauss' Ein Heldenleben. You have to love any composer who can write a piece called Schlemihl!!