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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 1 8, Parts 3—4, Number 1 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 

January— June 

1964 




COPYRIGHT OFFICE - THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1965 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries 
Third Series 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 1 8, Parts 3—4, Number 1 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 

January— June 

1964 




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COPYRIGHT OFFICE - THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1965 



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Removal of Deposits From Copyright Office 



NOTICE is given to authors, copyright proprietors, and 
other lawful claimants that they may claim and remove 
before January 1, 1970, any article of the following named 
classes of published works deposited for copyright between 
January 1, 1964, and January 1, 1965, not reserved or 
disposed of as provided by sections 213 and 214 of Title 17 
of the United States Code and still remaining in the files of 
the Copyright Office at the time of the request for their 
removal. The classes of published works covered by this 
notice are: 

Books and pamphlets. 

Works of art; models or designs for works of art. 

Reproductions of a work of art. 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical 
character. 

Photographs. 

Prints and pictorial illustrations excluding prints or 
labels used for articles of merchandise. 
Other published works and all unpublished works are 
excluded from this notice. 

The request for the removal of any copyright deposit 
should be signed by the person entitled to its removal or his 
duly authorized agent. Such request should identify the 
work by stating the title, author, copyright proprietor, 
registration number, and year of deposit, and should be 
addressed to the Copyright Office, Library of Congress, 
Washington, D.C., 20540. 



L.C. card 6—35347 



This number identifies the Library of Congress 
printed card for the complete series of the Catalog of 
Copyright Entries. 

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, 
U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 
20402. Price of this part is given on page vi. 



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Preface 



The CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

is published by authority of sections 210 and 211 
of Title 17 of the United States Code. Section 210 
provides in part: "The current catalog of copy- 
right entries and the index volumes herein pro- 
vided for shall be admitted in any court as prima 
facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 

The Catalog is subdivided into parts correspond- 
ing to the classes of material listed in section 5 of 
Title 17 of the United States Code. The table at 
the end of this preface shows the organization of 
the Catalog, the symbols used with the registration 
numbers to identify the classes, and the prices of 
the semiannual issues. 

The record of each copyright registration listed 
in the Catalog includes a description of the work 
copyrighted and data relating to the copyright 
claim (the name of the copyright claimant as 
given in the application for registration, the copy- 
right date, the copyright registration number, etc.) . 

Information as to changes of copyright owner- 
ship is not included in the Catalog, but a search 
of the Copyright Office Assignments and Related 
Documents Indexes may be requested from the 
Register of Copyrights. A fee for the search and 
report will be estimated at the statutory rate of 
$3 per hour. 

In the case of each registration listed, except for 
renewals, there has been deposited a copy or 
copies of the work in accordance with the pro- 
visions contained in section 12, 13, 14, or 215 
of Title 17 of the United States Code. 

For a more complete description of the contents 
of this issue of the Catalog see p. vii. 



Orders, payable in advance, for all parts of the 
Catalog of Copyright Entries should be sent to the 
Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government 
PrintingOffice,Washington,D.C, 20402. Orders 
may be placed for individual issues, as subscrip- 
tions for one or more parts, or for the complete 
Catalog at $20 a year, and for periods of one, two, 
or three years. All orders should state clearly 
the title and the inclusive dates of the part wanted. 
Checks or money orders should be made payable 
to the Superintendent of Documents. 

The Copyright Office welcomes inquiries, sug- 
gestions, and comments on the content and 
organization of the Catalog. Such communica- 
tions should be addressed to the Chief of the 
Cataloging Division, Copyright Office, Library 
of Congress, Washington, D.C., 20540. 

Organization of Parts 

Each part listed in the following table records 
all current registrations in the class or classes 
indicated by the alphabetical symbols. Renewal 
registrations are listed separately at the end of 
each related part. The first letter of the symbol 
is that of the class under which registration is 
made; the second, if any, is a designation added 
by the Copyright Office for the purpose of statis- 
tical analysis. A zero immediately following the 
symbol, e.g., AF0, EF0, identifies a foreign work 
deposited under the waiver-of-fee provision (sec- 
tion 215 of Title 17 of the United States Code). 
Some parts also contain registrations made under 
other symbols if the subject matter or type of 
material is similar to that generally included in 
the part. 



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Price per 

semiannual 

issue 



Part 1 Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and 
Contributions to Periodicals 



$2.50 



A Books 

AF Books manufactured abroad (except those 
registered for ad-interim copyright) 

AI Books in the English language registered 

for ad-interim copyright 

BB Contributions to periodicals 

R Renewal registrations 
Part 2 Periodicals 1-00 

B Periodicals 

BF Periodicals manufactured abroad (except 
those registered for ad-interim copy- 
right) 

BI Periodicals in the English language regis- 

tered for ad-interim copyright 

R Renewal registrations 

Parts 3-4 Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral 
Delivery . 



1.00 



DF 

DP 

DU 

R 
Part 5 
EF 



EP 



EU 
R 



Lectures and other works prepared for 
oral delivery 

Dramatic and dramatico-musical works 
published abroad 

Published dramatic and dramatico- 
musical works 

Unpublished dramatic and dramatico- 
musical works 

Renewal registrations 
Music 3.50 

Musical compositions published abroad 
or the author of which is not a citizen 
or domiciliary of the United States 

Musical compositions published in the 
United States or the author of which is 
a citizen or domiciliary of the United 
States 

Unpublished music 

Renewal registrations 



Price per 

semiannual 

issue 

Part 6 Maps and Atlases $0. 50 

F Maps 

R Renewal registrations 

Parts 7-11 A Works of Art, Reproductions of Works 
of Art, Scientific and Technical Drawings, 
Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial 

Illustrations 1 . 00 

GF Works of art published abroad 

GP Published works of art and designs for 

works of art 
GU Unpublished works of art and designs for 

works of art 
H Reproductions of works of art 

IP Published drawings or plastic works of a 

scientific or technical character 
IU Unpublished drawings or plastic works of a 

scientific or technical character 
JP Published photographs 

JU Unpublished photographs 

K Prints and pictorial illustrations 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 11B Commercial Prints and Labels 1. 00 

KK Commercial prints and labels 
R Renewal registrations 

Parts 12-13 Motion Pictures and Filmstrips 50 

LP Published motion-picture photoplays 

LU Unpublished motion-picture photoplays 
MP Published motion pictures other than 

photoplays 
MU Unpublished motion pictures other than 

photoplays 
R Renewal registrations 



Subscription price: Complete Catalog for the year 
$20.00. Add $5.75 for foreign mailing. Orders, ac- 
companied by remittances, should be addressed to the 
Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government 
Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 20402. 



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Table of Contents 

Page 

Current Registrations 1 

Renewal Registrations 53 

Name Index 61 



Introduction 



PARTS 3-4 list dramas, drama tico-musicals, lec- 
tures, sermons, monologs, and radio, television, 
and recording scripts registered in classes C and 
D. Many of the recording scripts are made to 
accompany filmstrips which are registered in 
classes A and J and listed in Parts 12-13: Motion 
Pictures and Filmstrips. Works for which the sub- 
sisting copyright has been renewed are listed sep- 
arately in the Renewal Registrations section. 
Selected published dramas currently registered in 
classes A and B symbol BB are also included for 
the convenience of the user. 

Arrangement is by title. Each work is described 
in a main entry which includes information 
pertinent to the copyright claim. References 
lead from variant titles, from distinctive subtitles, 
and from other tides associated with the work. 

The Name Index to the names of authors, 
editors, claimants, etc. given in the main entries 
covers both currently registered works and re- 
newal registrations, the latter being identified 
by the symbol (R). 

For works currently registered, the main entry 
includes the following items of information if 
available and applicable: 

1) Title. 

2) Names of persons or agencies contributing 
to the work (authors, editors, compilers, 
etc.). 

3) Edition statement. 



4) Place of publication for all foreign works; 
and for domestic works if given in an im- 
print on the work. 

5) Name of the first-named publisher given in 
an imprint on the work. 

6) Physical description, consisting of the num- 
ber of pages or other terms descriptive of 
the work; unpaged works and those with 
complicated or irregular paging are de- 
scribed as 1 v. ; in the case of works issued 
in more than one volume, the number of 
volumes is given. 

7) Series statement. 

8) Number of acts or scenes when not given 
as part of the sub- title; author and title of 
a work on which the dramatic work is 
based or with which it is correlated. 

9) Names of authors given in the application 
which do not appear elsewhere in the entry. 

10) Name of the employer in the case of a 
work made for hire, if so named in the 
application. 

11) Information contained in the application 
which relates to the registration of an earlier 
version of the work. 

12) Brief statement of the new matter on which 
copyright is claimed, preceded by the ab- 
breviation NM, if this information is given 
in the application and is not indicated 
elsewhere in the entry. 



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13) Copyright symbol ©. 

14) Name of the copyright claimant. 

15) For published works, date of publication 
as given in the application; for unpub- 
lished works the date on which the last of 
all items required to complete registration 
(i.e., copy, application and fee) was re- 
ceived in the Copyright Office. 

16) Registration number. 

For published works, whenever it is necessary 
to indicate a variation between the information 
given in the application and in the copy of the 
work with respect to the claimant's name or the 
date of publication, the data from the applica- 
tion are given first," followed by the phrase "in 
notice" and the data given in the work; e.g., 
© Richard Roe; 12Jan64 (in notice: 1963); 
DP5300. 

Works deposited in connection with copyright 
registration may be selected for inclusion in the 
collections of the Library of Congress. Library 
of Congress printed cards are available for many 
of the published works so selected. Orders for 
such cards or inquiries concerning them should 
be addressed to the Card Division, Building No. 
159, Navy Yard, Washington, D.C., 20541. 



For renewal registrations, the main entry in- 
cludes the following items of information if 
available and applicable: 

1) Title. 

2) Names of authors of renewable matter. 

3) Edition statement. 

4) Number of acts, scenes, or volumes. 

5) Series statement. 

6) Brief statement of the new matter on which 
the original copyright was claimed, pre- 
ceded by the abbreviation NM, if available 
in the renewal application. 

7) Copyright symbol ©. 

8) Date of original copyright. 

9) Original registration number. 

10) Name of the renewal claimant followed by 
a statement in parentheses, usually abbre- 
viated, giving the basis of the renewal 
claim as supplied by the applicant; e.g., 
"John Doe (NK)" indicates that renewal 
of copyright is claimed by John Doe as 
next of kin of the deceased author. 

11) Date of receipt of the renewal application 
or fee, whichever is later. 

12) Renewal registration number. 



Abbreviations and Symbols 



The following list includes abbreviations and 
symbols used in this catalog with specific copy- 
right or bibliographic meanings. Definitions are 
not given for abbreviations in common use. 
(A) author 

a.a.d.o. accepted alternative designation of 

a.k.a. also known as 

appl. application 

© copyright symbol 

(C) child or children of the deceased 

author 
comp. compiled by, compiler 

d.b.a. doing business as 



(E) 
ed. 

(NK) 

NM 

P- 
(PCB) 



(PCW) 
(PPW) 
(PWH) 



executor (s) of the author 

edition, editor 

next of kin of the deceased author, 

there being no will 

new matter 

page(s) 

proprietor of a work copyrighted by 

a corporate body otherwise than as 

assignee or licensee of the author 

proprietor of the composite work 

proprietor of the posthumous work 

proprietor of copyright in a work 

made for hire 



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prev. 


previous, previously 


pseud. 


pseudonym 


pt. 


part, parts 


pub. 


published, publishing 


(R) 


renewal registration 


reg. 


registered, registration 



rev. revised 

t.a. trading as 

v., vol., vols, volume, volumes 

( W) widow of the author 

( Wr) widower of the author 



Registrations, January— June 1964 

Class C — Lectures and other works pre- Renewals: Classes C and D 460 

pared for oral delivery 629 

Class D— Dramatic and dramatico-mu- These fi § ures represent the number of regis- 

sical works published in the trations for dramas and works prepared for oral 

United States 153 

Dramatic and dramatico-mu- delivery for January-June 1964, but do not 

sical works published abroad. 73 necessarily represent the exact number of entries 
Unpublished dramatic and dra- 

matico-musical works 1, 430 in this issue of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. 

Dramas registered in class A . . . 48 Registration figures for other classes of material 

Total 2, 333 may be found in the respective parts. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



A list, arranged by title of domestic and foreign dramas, dramatico-musicals, 
lectures, sermons, monologs, and radio, television, and recording scripts registered 
during the period covered by this issue. References from variant titles and from 
distinctive subtitles are interfiled. 



A. A. MILNE'S WINNIE-THE-POOH, a musical 
comedy in two acts. Lyrics by A. A. 
Milne & Kristin Sergei; music by Allan 
Jay Friedman; book by Kristin Sergei. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 137 p. 
Book & lyrics only. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
27Jan64; DP5298. 

AARON BURR by Charles A. Hallett. 

1 v. A play in three acts. © Charles 
A. Hallett; 24Feb64; DU59610. 

THE ABDUCTION OF EUROPA. (Die Entfueh- 
rung der Europa) Opera'-minute in 
eight scenes by Darius Milhaud; Eng- 
lish version by Eric Smith. Vocal 
score. [Vienna] Universal Edition. 
18 p. (UE 8898) Text in French, 
German & English. © on English ver- 
sion; Universal Edition, A.G.; 
3ON0V63; DFO-1292. 

ABDUCTION OF THE METHODISTS, by Richard 
Erickson & Dean Mcllnay (Robert 
Mcllnay) 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Robert Mcllnay & Richard Erickson; 
24Mar64; DU5985 1 * • 

ABIGAIL. See 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

ABOUT YOU AND I. See 

THE REBELS AND OTHER PLAYS. 

ABSOLUTELY ABSALOM! A musical legend 
in two acts by Jim R. Warner. 1 v. 
Book only. © Jimmie Royal Warner; 
10Feb64; DU59526. 

ABSTRACT DRAMA NUMBER FIVE, by Peter 
Hageman, pseud, of Darwin Hageman. 
28 1. A play. © Darwin Ira Hageman; 
27Apr64; DU60099. 

AN ABSURD TRILOGY: THE BIRDCAGE, 

SCHIZOPHRENIA, THE HOUSE, by Charles 
Andrew Bigelow, Jr. 88 1. 3 plays. 
© Charles Andrew Bigelow, Jr.; 
LMay64; DU60150. 

ACCENT ON DURABILITY; recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 8 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16416. 



ACCENT ON PERFORMANCE; recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 8 1. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 30Jan64; C16417. 

THE ACCIDENT. (The unwanted) By Bert 
Williams (Bertram R. Williams) 65 1. 
A play In three acts. © Bertram R. 
Williams; 29Nov63; DU59149. 

ACELDAMA, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Mrs. W. J. 
Driggers. 33 1. Appl. author: 
Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© Mrs. W. J. Driggers; 20Apr64; 
DU6OO56. 

THE ACHIEVERS, a fantasy by James A. 
Curtin. 49 1. A Play in one 
act. © James A. Curtin; 19Feb64 ; 
DU59578 . 

ACT YOUR AGE! A comedy by Nicholas 
DiMinno. Ill 1. A play in three 
acts. © Nicholas W. DiMinno; 
3Feb64; DU59421. 

THE ACTRESS, an original story written 
& adapted for television by John 
D. Cain, Jr. 30 1. Appl. author: 
Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© John D. Cain, Jr.; 30Mar64 ; DU59905- 

ADAM AND LILITH, a play in three scenes 
by Royal Scott Brown. 62 1. 
© Royal Scott Brown; l6Mar64; DU59761. 

ADELINA; unpublished play by Howard 
Estabrook. 1 v. A musical play 
in two acts. Book 8c lyrics only. 
© Howard Estabrook; 30Mar64; DU59922. 



ADMINISTERED ORALLY. 
TAKE A FIX. 



See 



ADMINISTRATION AND ORGANIZATION OF 
SPECIAL CLASSES IN AN URBAN SCHOOL 
SITUATION; lecture by Herbert A. 
Drew. 1 v. © Herbert A. Drew; 
5May64; C16753. 

ADMINISTRATOR. See 

THE MAD ISLANDS & THE ADMINISTRATOR. 

THE ADOLESCENT ADULTS, a play in three 
acts by B. Coar. 1 v. © Barbara R. 
Coar; HFeb64; DU59483. 



ADONIS GORED, by Daniel J. Fleisch- 
hacker. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Daniel J. Fleischhacker; 12Feb64; 
DU59514. 

LES ADVENTURES DE MATHTAS SANDORF, de 
Marcel Servais, baser sure une 
histoire de Jules Verne, Mathlas 
Sandorf. 109 1. A screenplay. 
© Marcel Servais; 22Jun64; DU60462. 

THE ADVENTURES OF B0OB00 AND BEEBEE, 
by Alexander Panas . 21 1. 2 parts. 
© Alexander Panas; 23Mar64; DU59847 . 

ADVERTISING PLAY FOR JACUZZI MARINE 
JETS. 1 v. © Brick Muller, Draper, 
Swearingen, Dorrlty Advertising, 
Inc.; 17Apr64; C16700. 

AN AFFAIR OF BLOOD, a Christedy in 
three acts by Kenneth L. Evans. 
84 1. © Kenneth L. Evans; 20Apr64; 
DU60112 . 

AFRAID OF NO MAN ALIVE, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Marvin Tuma. 35 1. 
© Marvin Tuma; 22Jun64; DU60476. 



AFRICA: LOST AND FOUND. 
© Amie Associates, Inc 
CI6568. 



20 1. A script. 
; 2Mar64 ; 



AFTER EDEN - WHAT? A comedy by Rose- 
mary Wendt in association with 
William Larsen. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Rosemary Wendt 8c William Larsen; 
Uun64; DU60330. 

AFTER LONG SILENCE, a one-act play in 
three scenes by Michael Levin. 
72 1. © Michael Levin; 20May64 ; 
DU60282 . 

AFTER TAXES, a farce-comedy by Gordon 
Wholey. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Gordon W. Wholey; 17Feb64; DU59556. 

AFTER THE FALL; complete text of the 
new play by Arthur Miller. 2 acts. 
(In The Saturday evening post, Feb. 1, 
1964, p. 32, etc.) © Arthur Miller; 
28Jan64; DP5297- 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE AFTERMATH, a one-act play by Kyran 
M. McGrath. 9 1. © Kyran M. McGrath; 
22Apr64; DU6OO83. 

THE AGAMEMNON OF AESCHYLUS, a free 
adaptation by John Lewin. 56 1. 
A play. © John Lewin; 3Feb64; 
DU59452. 

AGATHA, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Louis 
Fransko. 31 1. © Louis Fransko; 
29Jun64; DU60566. 

L'AGE IDIOT; oomedie en 3 actes par 
Jean Meyer; mise en scene de Maurice 
Guillaud. (in Paris-Theatre, no 201, 
p. 35-62. Paris) © Jean Meyer; 
lDec63; DFO-1273. 

THE AGES OF MAN, I-III, by Okey Cheno- 
weth. 3 v. Three duologues. 
© Okey E. Chenoweth; 17Feb64; 
DU59684 . 



AGGIE, a play in three scenes by William 
Austin. 57 1. © William Austin; 
7Jan64; DU59198. 

AGOO, THE HUNTER. (The story of fire) 
By Jack Sc Ruth Silin. 1 v. A 
recording script. © Listen fie Learn 
Record Co.; l8Feb64; C16525 • 

AIDS TO NAVIGATION; PART I, DAYTIME 
AIDS. 15 1. A script. © Maritime 

' Safety Institute of America; 5Feb64; 
C 161(93. 

ALADDIN AND HIS GENII, a musical comedy 
based on the adventures of Aladdin 
and his wonderful lamp. Book by 
Ginny Tyler, pseud, of Merri Virginia 
Fenton 8c Richard Oliver; songs by 
Valj'ean Johns & Paul Rogers, pseud, 
of Roger Dollarhide. 2 v. 2 acts. 
© Merrie Virginia Fenton, Richard 
Oliver, Valjean Johns Sc Roger 
Dollarhide; 21May64; DU60283. 

ALADDIN AND HIS WONDERFUL LAMP. See 
ALADDIN AND HIS GENII. 

ALERT, AGGRESSIVE YOUNG MAN WANTED, an 
easily staged play in three acts by 
H. B. Amacker. 28 1. © Harmond 
Burns Amacker; Uun64; DU6O328. 

ALEXANDRA; piece en quatre actes de 
Dominique Nohain, pseud, of Dominique 
Legrand 8c Juliette Saint-Giniez, 
pseud, of Juliette Crescenzo-Sarvil. 
150 1. © Dominique Nohain Sc Juliette 
Saint-Giniez; 30Mar64; DU59825. 

ALFJJE, a play in three acts by Bill 
Naughton. London, S. French. 80 p. 
(French's acting edition) © Bill 
Naughton; 30Dec63; DF0-1283. 

ALHAMBRA, a musical based on The Moor's 
legacy from Tales of the Alhambra, 
by Washington Irving. Book by Mary 
Kerr, music by Roger Kent, lyrics by 
Greg Kayne. 1 v. 2 acts. © Greg 
Kayne, Mary Kerr Sc Roger Kent; 
19Jun64; DU60535. 

ALICE, a modern adaptation of Lewis 
Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, by 
Thomas Patrick McNamara. 28 1. 
A musical play in 10 scenes. Book Sc 
lyrics only. © Thomas Patrick 
McNamara; 22 Jun64 ; DU60509. 

ALICE, a new musical in two acts freely 
adapted from Lewis Carrol's Alice 
in Wonderland & Through the looking- 
glass. Book by Douglas J. Nigh; 
lyrics by Jack Lang; music by R. C. 
Jones. 1 v. © Douglas J. Nigh, 
Jack Lang Sc R. C. Jones; 27Nov63; 
DU59314. 



ALICE IN WONDERLAND. See 
ALICE. 

THE ALL-AMERICAN BEAUTIES; 1964 PONTIAC 
STYLING, PART I. Recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 9 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
7Feb64; C16460. 

THE ALL-AMERICAN BEAUTIES; 1964 PONTIAC 
STYLING, PART II. Recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 10 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16459. 

THE ALL-AMERICAN SWEETHEART, PART I: 
1964 ENGINEERING FEATURES. Recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 11 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16458. 

THE ALL-AMERICAN SWEETHEART, PART II; 
recording script for Pontiac Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
10 1. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16461. 

ALL BANNERS DOWN, by Lawrence B. Lebin. 
22 1. A play. © Lawrence B. 
Lebin; 17Feb64; DU59878. 

ALL BURNED UP! By Charles E. Jurgen- 
sen. 74 1. A play in two acts. 
© Charles E. Jurgensen; 2Jan64; 
DU59160. 

ALL FOR THE LOVE OF JENNIE, by Roell Sc 
Zak. 1 v. 2 acts. With music. 
© Zak Music Co.; 15May64 ; DP5372. 

ALL HONORABLE MEN, a new play by 
Joseph Kramm. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Joseph Kramm; 24Mar64; DU59853. 

ALL HONORABLE MEN, by Uharmenz S. Len- 
hart. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Charmenz Shirley Lenhart; 2Mar64; 
DU59732. 

ALL IN GOOD TIME, a comedy by Bill 
Naughton. London, S. French. 86 p. 
(French's acting edition) 2 acts. 
© Bill Naughton; l8Feb64; DFO-1288. 

ALL MY DAUGHTERS; or, My daughter 
the picador, et al. By Florence 
Roth. 7 1. A script with music. 
Book Sc lyrics only. © Florence 
Roth; lLFeb64; C16521. 



ALL MY LOVE. 
TAJ MAHAL. 



See 



ALL MY TRIALS, LORD, a play by Milt 
Calne (Milton A. Caine) 1 v. 
3 acts. ©Milton A. Caine; 15Apr64; 
DU60018. 

ALL MY YESTERDAYS; or, So little time. 
7 1. A play for television. 
© Irna Phillips; 10Feb64; DU59469. 

ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE, by Arline 
Bryant Momeyer Sc Jeanne Berisford. 
77 1. A play in 7 ages. © Arline 
Bryant Momeyer Sc Jeanne A. Berisford; 
19May64; DU60265. 

ALLO, C'EST MOI; piece de Jacques 

Natanson. 181 1. 2 acts. © Jacques 
Natanson; 13Dec63; DU59150. 



ALMS, an aged one-act drama. 4 1. 

©Kenneth L. Evans; 20Apr64; DU60114 . 

ALONG CAME A BLACKBIRD. See 
ONCE FOR THE ASKING. 



ALTERCATION. See 

A REQUIEM FOR BAY ALLEY. 

ALVARDOR THE LOVER, an original story 
written Sc adapted for television 
by Leonard Bursheim. 32 1. © Leo- 
nard Bursheim; 25May64; DU60226. 

THE AMATEUR, by S. S. Talbert. A play 
in three acts. University, Miss., 
Academy Press. 93 p. © S. S. Tal- 
bert; 5Dec63; DP5395. 



THE AMAZING CRUISE OF THE WAGER; stage 
play with lyrics by Evelyn Goodman. 
189 1. 2 acts. Book Sc lyrics only. 
© Evelyn Goodman; 8Jun64; DU60398. 

AMAZING GRACE, a drama in two acts by 
Studs Terkel, pseud, of Louis Terkel. 
1 v. © Studs Terkel: 26May64; 
DU60308. 

THE AMBASSADOR; play in three acts Sc a 
prologue by Milton E. Schattman. 1 v. 
© Milton E. Schattman; l6Dec63; 
DU5915L 

AMBASSADORS . See 
IT'S A WOMAN! 



AMERICA AND RUSSIA MUST UNITE AND 

BECOME ONE COUNTRY. 4 1. © Stephen 
Barry Vogel; 10Jun64; C16864 . 

AN AMERICAN FAMILY, a three act play 
by Dane R. Gordon. 79 1. © Dane 
R. Gordon; 27Mar64; DU59898. 

AMERICAN NIGHT, a reading for several 
voices by John Lewin. 28 1. 
© John Lewin; 22May64; C16794. 



AN AMERICAN NOH, a play in one act by 
Wendell Metzger. 24 1. © Wendell 
Metzger; 6Apr64; DU59959. 

AMERICAN SONGS FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE 
STUDY: Oh, Susannah; Clementine. 
By Rowena LaCoste Adamson. 6 1. 
(Rowina records, record 1) 
Recording script. © Rowena LaCoste 
Adamson; l6Apr64; CI6698. 

AN AMERICAN THANKSGIVING, by Wayne H. 
Davis. Birmingham, Progressive 
Farmer. Folder. © Progressive 
Farmer Co.; 6Feb64 (in notice: 1963) 
DP5306. 

AMERICA'S BEST; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 7 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16439. 

L'AMICA DELLA TIGRE; o senno, i parti. 
Di Carlo Terron. 6l 1. © Carlo 
Terron; 6Dec63; DU59829. 

AMY CARMICHAEL AND THE TEMPLE CHILDREN 
OF INDIA; adaptation by Luci Shaw 8c 
Peggy Streder. From the book, 
Amy Carmichael of Dohnavur, by 
Frank Houghton. Chicago, Moody Press 
31 p. © Moody Bible Institute of 
Chicago; 6Jan64 ; DP5288. 

AMY CARMICHAEL OF DOHNAVUR. See 

AMY CARMICHAEL AND THE TEMPLE CHIL- 
DREN OF INDIA. 

THE ANATOMY OF POWER; recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 11 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp. : 7Feb64; C16465. 

ANCESTRAL MEMORIES. (The theatre of 
Robert Frost) 1 v. Appl. authors: 
Harold W. Smith Sc W. W. Hillier. 
©Poet's Theatre; 5Jun64; DU60397- 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



AND THE MEEK SHALL INHABIT THE EARTH. 
See 
THE REBELS AND OTHER PLAYS. 

AND THEN IT WAS MORNING, by Zita Johann. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Zita 
Johann; HJun64; DU60542. 

AND YOU SHALL MILK THE COW, SIR, a new 
play by Betty Ewart Evans. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Betty Ewart Evans; 
8Jun64; DU60J71. 

ANDY AND CLEOPATRA, by Aaron Ruben. 
1 v. A recording script. © Andick 
Music Corp.; 4Mar64; CI6535. 

ANGEL AND SAINT. See 

THEATER NIGHT WITH HALO MEADOWS. 

ANGEL, ANGEL, by Eugene Barber. 143 1. 
A screenplay. © Eugene G. Barber; 
6May64; DU60197 . 

ANGELA KNOWS, a comedy in three acts by 
James Auer. 137 1. © James M. 
Auer; 6jan64; DU59193. 

ANGER, by Robert Shakespeare Stewart 
(Robert Stewart) 1 v. A play in 
two acts. © Robert Stewart 
(Shakespeare); 27Feb64; DU59639. 

ANIMALAND: CANADA GOOSE, by North 
American Wildlife Productions. 
Rev. Dec. 10, 1963. 7 1. A script 
for a screenplay. © North American 
Wildlife Productions; 17Dec63; 
C16274. 

ANNO DOMINI MMLXIV, a prophetic fanta- 
sy. Book, words, music by N. Leonard 
Bonneau. 1 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. © N. Leonard Bonneau; 
21May64; DU60287 . 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ALL WORLDS AND ALL 
PEOPLES INTERNATIONAL CLUB FOR JUNE 
9, 1963 TO JUNE 9, 1964, by Samuel 
L. Outlaw. 10 1. © All Worlds & 
All Peoples International Club; 
HJun64; CI6867. 

ANOTHER ROUND, a play In one act by 
William Corlett. London, S. French. 
4j p. (French's acting edition) 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 5Mar63; DF1711. 

THE ANTIQUATED ALTAR. 21 1. © Judith 
Reynolds Brown; llMar64; DU59860. 

ABTON; or, Flight of the seagull. 
A new play by Richard Gray & Mayo 
Loiseau, pseud, of Mayo A. Loizeaux. 
1 v. 2 acts. NM": additions & 
revisions. © Richard Gray & Mayo 
Loiseau; 23Jan64; DU59404 . 

THE ANVIL, the trial of John Brown; 
a two-act drama by Julia Davis. 
Evanston, 111., Harper & Row. 
80 p. © Harper & Row, Publishers, 
Inc.; lSep63; DP5375. 

APPLICATION OF NATURAL LAW TO INTER- 
PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS. See 
HUMAN PHYSICS: THE APPLICATION OF 
NATURAL LAW TO INTERPERSONAL 
RELATIONSHIPS, I; MIND AND BRAIN. 
HUMAN PHYSICS: THE APPLICATION OF 
NATURAL LAW TO INTERPERSONAL RELA- 
TIONSHIPS, II; SPECIFIC DISCUSSION 
OF EINSTEIN'S THEORIES AND NEWTON'S 
LAWS. 

APPLICATIONS UNLIMITED; recording 
script for United Pop Rivets 
Fastener Division, United Shoe 
Machinery Corp. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 20 1. © United 
Pop Rivets Fastener Division, United 
Shoe Machinery Corp.; 7Feb64; 
C16477. 



APPOINTMENT AT DOVER, a play in two 
acts by Robert Bernard, pseud, of 
Robert Bernard' Silber. 34 1. 
© Robert Bernard Silber; l6Jan64; 
DU59290 . 

THE ARCHDUKE TRIO, a ballet in 4 
movements for 6 dancers; choreog- 
rapher, Recia Orkina. 1 v. © Recia 
Orkina; 30Mar64 ; DU59916. 

ARE WE DISCIPLES OF LOVE OR APOSTLES 
OF HATE? By R. A. Bartlett. 10 1. 
© Ross A. Bartlett; 27Jan64; C16346. 



ARE YOU THINKING? A lecture on Chris- 
tian Science by Sylvia N. Poling. 
21 1. © Sylvia N. Poling; 8jan64; 
C16315. 

ARENDAR. See 

RICH MAN, POOR MAN. 

ARIADNE ABANDONED. (Die verlas3ene 
Ariadne) Opera-minute in five scenes 
by Darius Mllhaud; English version by 
Eric Smith. Vocal score. [Vienna] 
Universal Edition. 25 p. (UE 8972) 
Text in English, French & German. 
© on English version; Universal 
Edition, A.G.; 3ON0V63; DFO-1299. 

ARISTOPHANES: DER FRIEDEN; in der 
Bearbeitung von Peter Hacks. 
Munchen, Drei Masken Verlag. 66 p. 
2 acts. © Drei Masken Verlag, 
G.M.B.H.; 4Dec63; DFO-I303. 

ARISTOPHANES' THE FROGS, a one act 
version by H. L. Zillmer. 33 1- 
© H. L. Zillmer; 15Jun64; DU60428. 

ARITHMETIC; record 1, side 2 by Paul 
Scott. 4 1. © Paul L. Scott; 
27Mar64; C16645. 

AROUND AND AROUND. See 
SEEDS OF APRIL. 

AROUND THE WORLD WITH NELLIE BLY; 
story for a musical motion picture; 
book & lyrics by Mimsy Borogrove, 
pseud, of Philip Babet; music by' 
Mike Curb (Michael Curb); additional 
music by Adolph Zukor II. 1 v. 
© Mimsy Borogrove & Mike Curb; 
20Apr64; DU60064. 

AROUND YOUR NEW WORLD OF COLOR, by 
Multnomah Co. 12 1. Filrastrip 
script. ©Multnomah Co.; 13Mar64; 
C16611. 

ARTHUR FOR ARTHUR'S SAKE, a one -act 
play by Richard Breen. 21 1. 
© Richard Breen; 17Mar64; DU59868. 

AN ARTICLE OF FAITH, by Radnona Asnyk, 
pseud, of Anna Ordynski. 31 1. 
© Anna Ordynski; 26jun64; CI6896. 



ARTISTIC LOVER. 
THE SICILIAN. 



See 



AS I LAY DYING. See 
JOURNEY TO JEFFERSON. 

THE ASSAULT UPON CHARLES SUMNER, a 
historical comedy in three parts by 
Robert Hivnor. 1 v. © Robert H. 
Hlvnor; HDec63; DU59153. 

THE ASSOCIATION OF THE DISASSOCIATED 
IDEA, a play in one act by Alfred 
J. Kasha. 4 1. © Alfred J. Kasha; 
17Feb64; DU59555 . 

ASTRONAUT NO. 99, a TV comedy with a 
ballet in three acts by Gordon Z. 
Morgan, pseud, of Henry J. Zoder. 
61 1. © Henry J. Zoder; &Jan64; 
DU59276. 



ASTRONOMICAL BODIES; author: Elbert 

Harrison. Rev., additional to part 2. 
1 v. © Elbert Harrison; 13Nov6l; 
C16612. 

AT FIVE IN THE AFTERNOON; original 
screenplay by Jere Hodshire. 154 1. 
© Allen Z. Hodshire & Jere Hodshire; 
20Mar64; DU59812. 

AT HOME WITH THE JOHNSONS, by Alvin M. 
Sandberg & Franklin R. Silbey. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Alvin M. Sand- 
berg & Franklin R. Silbey; 30Mar64; 
CI6652. 

ATOM'S RIB, by Dot DeCamp (Dorothy 
DeCamp) 124 1. A play in three 
acts. ©Dorothy DeCamp; l4Apr64 ; 
DU60010 . 

ATSUI, NE? See 

BUSINESS AS USUAL. 

AU NATUREL, a play in one act by 

Thomas B. Sprecher. 51 1. © Thomas 
B. Sprecher; 30Mar64; DU59906. 

AUCTION, by Harold Vincent Avery. 

6l. A television script. © Harold 
Vincent Avery; 30Dec63; C16308. 

THF AUDIO JOURNAL OF DFNTISTRv (Record- 
ing scripts) Scripts in this series 
are by Dento-Medical Tapes. 
© Dento-Medical Tapes, 
v. 6. 

17. The digest issue. Feb. 1, 1964. 
© 23Jan64; CI3626. 

18. The clinical issue. Feb. 16, 
1964. © 23Jan64; C16327 . 

19. The digest issue. © l6Apr64; 
C16539. 

20. The clinical issue. © 20Feb64 ; 
CI6538. 

21 Apr. 1, 1964. © 20Mar64; C16631. 
22. Apr. 16, 1964. © 20Mar64; CI6632. 
23- The digest issue. © 4Jun64; 

C16873- 
24. The clinical issue. ©4Jun64; 

C16874 . 
v.7 

1. Digest issue. © 20May64; 
C16825. 

2. Clinical issue. June 16, 1964. 
© £OMay64; C16824. 

DIE AUFERSTEHUNG DES LAZARUS; drama von 
Wolfgang Schwarz. Hamburg, R. Bars 
BUhnenverlag. 57 p. 6 scenes. 
© Richard Bars BUhnenverlag, K. G. , 
"Die Rampe"; lFeb64; DFO-1274. 

AUGURWELL, a musical play in three acts. 
Based on the Wizard of Oz by Frank 
Baum; adaptation & lyrics by Eugene 
Jones & Mario Marini; music by Irvan 
Pickert. 1 v. © Mario Marini, Irvan 
L. Pickert & Eugene L. Jones; 10Mar64 ; 
DU59803. 

AUSCHWITZ: EXTERMINATION CAMP # 1, a 
play in three acts, nine scenes by 
Herbert H. Hutner. 1 v. © Herbert 
H. Hutner; 30Jan64; DU59392. 

AUSGEWAHLTE SCHAUSPIELE, von Wilhelm 
von Scholz. [Baden-Wilrttemberg, 
BR Deutschland] Hohenstaufen. 480 p. 
© Hohenstaufen Verlag, Schumann K.G.; 
15Mar64; AFO-42017 . 

AUTO-DYNAMICS CONDITIONING. See 

PAUL ADAMS AUTO-DYNAMICS CONDITION- 
ING. 

AUTOMOBILE AFFAIRS, by Thomas Stott. 
5 1. Radio monolog. © Thomas Stott; 
12Mar64; C16607. 

AVARE ■ See 

LE SIGNE DE PATIENCE, ET AUTRES 
PIECES DU THEATRE DES YUAN. 

AVERAGENESS AND EXCEPTIONALITY, by 

Mrs. Abraham A. Low. 11 1. A script 
for a tape recording. © Mrs. Abraham 
A. Low; l8May64; C16810. 



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B 



BABY, par Marc Camoletti. 178 1. 
A play in three acts. Text in 
French. © Marc Camoletti; 2Mar64; 
DU59551. 

BABYLON BEND, A LEGEND OF SPOON RIVER, 
by Merle E. & Virginia H. Lundvall. 
1 v. A musical play. © Merle E. 
Lundvall & Virginia H. Lundvall; 
22May64; DU60249. 

THE BABYSITTER, an original screenplay 
by Jerry Bader. June 12, 1964. 
29 1. © Jerry Bader; 15Jun64; 
DU60429. 

THE BACHELOR'S BABY, a comedy in three 
acts by Gwen Davenport. New York, 
S. French. 88 p. © Gwen Davenport; 
29Aug63; DP5250. 

BACK DOOR. (Hatso ajto) A play in 
two acts by Gabor Thurzo; adapted 
from the Hungarian original by 
Mishka Bogaty & William Maki . 83 1. 
© Mishka Bogaty & William Maki; 
13Apr64; DU60177 . 

BACK DOOR. (Hatso ajto) A play in 
two acts by Gabor Thurzo; adapted 
from the Hungarian original by 
Mishka Bogaty 8s William Maki. 84 1. 
NM: revisions. © Mishka Bogaty & 
William Maki; 3Jun64; DU60350. 

BACK HOME WITH THE CANNIBALS; original 
comedy by Charles A. Morchand. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © Charles Anthony 
Morchand; 2§Apr64; DU60141. 

BACON by One Forty Four Corp. 

No. 2153-30. 60 sec. radio commer- 
cial. © One Forty Four Corp.; 
15Jan64; C16355. 

BACON by One Forty Four Corp. 
No. 2153-60. 60 sec. radio 
commercial. © One Forty Four 
Corp.; 15Jan64; C16352. 



THE BAG OF FIRE, AND OTHER PLAYS, by 
Fan Kissen. Boston, Houghton 
Mifflin. 176 p. (Tales from the 
four winds) NM: additions. 
© Houghton Mifflin Co.; 2Jan64; 
A668474. 



BAG OF FLIES, by Venable Herndon. 127 1. 
A play. © Venable Herndon; 17Feb64; 
DU59562 . 



BAH: BAH: WHITE SHEEP, a play in three 
acts by J. D. Charles. 1 v. © Julie 
Charles; 17Apr64; DU60044. 

BALLAD OF A LATER DAY, a play by David 
Linn & Robert Thompson. 115 1. 
2 acts. © David R. Linn 8c Robert M. 
Thompson; 20May64; DU60232. 

BALLAD OF A PRIZEFIGHTER, a screenplay 
by Anthony C. Jacovina. 1 v. 
© Anthony C. Jacovina; l6Jan64; 
DU59296. 

THE BALLAD OF HIGH ENTROPY, a play in 
one act by Mollee C. Kruger. 17 1. 
© Mollee C. Kruger; 3Feb64; DU59425. 

BALLAD OF THE SAD CAFE. See 

THE PLAY, THE BALLAD OF THE SAD CAFE. 



BALLET- IN- BLUE JEANS. 
YANKEE DOODLES. 



See 



BALLOT BEWILDERNESS : By Ben Robins. 
4 1. A screenplay. © Ben Robins; 
2Mar64; DU5966I. 



THE BANANA-LEAF HANDKERCHIEF; or, 
Dear Fox-Lady. Translation of a 
16th-century Chinese play, by Lily 
Shau Chou. 1 v. 36 acts with music. 
© Lily Shau Chou; 26Mar64; DU59873- 

BANK CLERK. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

BARKEEP by James P. Kerrigan. 31 1. 
A musical play In two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © James P. Kerrigan; 
24Feb64; DU59681. 

BARNABY PORTER'S LAST ADVENTURE, a 

play in one act by Glenn Allen Smith. 
31 1. © Glenn Allen Smith; 30Mar64; 
DU59913- 

BARTHOLOMEW FAIR. See 

BEN JONSON: BARTHOLOMEW FAIR. 

BASIC BLACK, by Carol Robert, pseud, 
of Pearl P. Shatzman. 1 v. A play 
in two acts. © Pearl P. Shatzman; 
20Mar64; DU5982I. 

THE BASSARIDS; opera seria, with inter- 
mezzo, in one act by W. H. Auden & 
Chester Kallman . 73 1. Libretto 
only. © W. H. Auden & Chester 
Kallman; 13Jan64; DU59253. 

THE BAT; or, The flying mouse. By 
Gladys Mathew. A translation of the 
libretto of Die Fledermaus, by 
Johann Strauss; original German 
libretto by C. Haffner & Richard 
Genee. 42 1. A musical play in three 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Gladys 
Mathew; 22Jan64; DU59410. 

BATTING IN THE CLEANUP SPOT; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 13 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 7Feb64; C16453. 

BEA . See 
XYZ. 

THE BEAST IN THE CAVE, a children's 
musical comedy, by Virgil Carrington 
Jones, Jr. 1 v. 5 scenes. © Virgil 
Carrington Jones, Jr.; l8Mar64; 
DU59955. 

BEAT OUR COMPETITION; recording script 
for Pontlac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 13 1. © Pontlac 
Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp. ; 7Feb64; C16468. 

BEATRICE AND BENEDICK, by Hector Berlioz; 
English adaptation by Richard Pearl- 
man. 17 1. A musical play in 2 
acts. Book only. © Richard Louis 
Pearlman; 15Jun64; DU60400. 

BEAU MARCHE U. S. A.; musical comedy 
in two acts; book and lyrics by 
C. William Couper, pseud, of Charles 
W. Cooper; for music by Guy March, 
pseud, of Guy Frank. 93 1. Book & 
lyrics only. NM: additions & rev- 
sions. © Charles W. Cooper; 10Feb64; 
DU59479. 

BEAUTIFUL HELEN. See 
LE BELLE HELENE. 

BEAUTY MEETS BEAUTY. See 

THREE PLAYS OF ANCIENT HAWAII. 

BEAUTY THIEF IN HAWAII, an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Dorothy Baker. 35 1. 
© Dorothy H. Baker; 5Feb64; DU59507. 

BECAUSE WE BELIEVE, a Christmas pageant 
in modern English by Carol Linder 
King. Boston, Baker. 16 p. 
4 scenes. Appl. author: Walter H. 
Baker Co., employer for hire. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; l8May64; 
DP5379- 



A BED OF ROSES by Doris Julian. 118 1. 
A play in three acts. © Doris 
Julian; 3Uan64; DU59440. 

BED OF ROSES. See 
A TOWN FOR SALE. 

BEDFORD FORREST, by Joel Oliansky. 
125 1. A play in three acts. 
© Joel Oliansky; 4Feb64; DU59430. 

BEDTIME STORIES, ITALIAN STYLE, by 
Giuseppe, the Italian baby-sitter, 
pseud, of Joe Ricardel. 1 v. 
© Eli Lloyd Hoffman & Joe Ricardel; 
7Apr64; C16734 . 

THE BEETLES ATTACK, an original motion 
picture play by Lewis D. Thill. 
1 v. © Lewis Dominic Thill; 9Jun64; 
DU60472. 

BEFREITE THESEUS. See 

THE LIBERATION OF THESEUS. 

BEGIN AND NEVER CEASE? A play in one 
act by Bill Owen. London, S. French. 
30 d. (French's acting edition) 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 5Nov63; 
DFO-1277. 

THE BEGINNING OF THE END, a one hour 
television play by Aubrey Hampton & 
Maurice Slegel. 67 1. 12 scenes. 
© Aubrey W. Hampton & Maurice L. 
Slegel; HFeb64; DU59677. 

BEHIND THE DUNES, an original play by 
Robert Unger. 1 v. 2 acts. © Robert 
Unger; 24Feb64; DU59618. 

BEHIND THE DUNES, an original play 
by Robert Unger. 1 v. 3 acts. 
NM: additions. ©Robert Unger; 
l8Jun64; DU60446. 

BEHIND THE SEAMS; prepared for Hart 
Schaffner & Marx; 16 mm, color. 
Writer: John Davenport. 47 1. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; HMay64; 
CI683O. 

LA BELLE HELENE. (Beautiful Helen) 
An operetta in 3 acts & a prologue 
from the original by Meilhac & 
Halevy; music by Jacques Offenbach; 
new book & lyrics by Phil Park; music 
adapted & arranged by Ronald Hanmer. 
New version. London, J. Weinberger. 
72 p. Libretto. Text in English. 
© Josef Weinberger, Ltd.; 15Apr64; 
DF1720. 

THE BELT, an original story written 
and adapted for television by 'Pat 
E. Field, pseud, of Hazel I. Maas. 
33 1. © Hazel I. Maas; 9Mar64; 
DU59585. 

BEN JONSON: BARTHOLOMEW FAIR, edited by 
Eugene M. Walth. New Haven, Yale 
University Press. 230 p. 5 acts. 
(The Yale Ben Jonson) © Yale Uni- 
versity; 20Nov63; A682648. 

BERGLUND MOTOR COMPANY. Commercial 
script. Appl. author: Eugene Robert 
Tanz. © Cox & Tanz Advertising 
Agency; l6Mar64; C16617. 

THE BEST KEPT SECRET; or, Keep your 
bowels open and your mouth shut. 
By Jack Paul Bluestein. 66 1. 
A screenplay. © Jack Paul Blue- 
stein; HJun64; DU60416. 

THE BEST THING ON WHEELS; shooting 
script for a sound motion picture, 
prepared for Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Co. Writer: Hal Secor. 70 1. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 30Mar64; 
C16741. 



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BET TWO ACROSS FOR ME, by Eunice Gray. 
64 1. A play in three acts. 
© Eunice Gray; 12Mar64; DU59749. 

BETRAYAL, by Archbishop J. Medica 
McMillan. 22 1. A play in seven 
acts. © Archbishop J. Medica 
McMillan; lIMar64; DU59738. 

BETTER PLAYS FOR TODAY'S CHURCHES; 

selected by John W. Bachman & E. Mar- 
tin Browne. Association Press. 
474 p. MM: additions. © National 
Board of Young Men's Christian 
Associations; llMar64 ; A690153. 

A BETTER WAY TO BUILD; recording script 
for Armco Steel Corp. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 14 1. © Armco Steel 
Corp.; 30Jan64; C16403. 

BETWEEN TRAINS, by Eddy Dunn (Edward 
Delaney Dunn) 34 1. A play. 
©Edward D. Dunn; 27Feb64; DU59637. 

BEYOND POWER, a play by Stanley Koven. 
44 1. 2 parts. © Stanley A. Koven; 
13Jan64; DU59261. 

BEYOND THURSDAY, a play in three acts 
by Jacqui Meisler (Jacquiline U. 
Meisler) 1 v. © Jacqui U. Meisler; 
l4May64; DU60235. 

BEYOND TIME, a new play in three acts by 
Michael Mathias, dramatization; 
& Frederika Blankner, narrative & 
poem. 95 1 - © Michael Theodore 
Mathias & Frederika Blankner; 
3Feb64; DU59396. 

THE BIG CAT, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Russell 
H. Defoe. 36 1. © Russell H. Defoe; 
13Jan64; DU59260. 

THE BIG CHEESE. (First man on the 
moon) A comedy in three acts by 
Herman Styler. With suggested musi- 
cal background. 53 1. Book only. 
© Herman Styler; 13Dec63; DU59148. 

THE BIG HAND; TV script created by 
Fred B. Norman. 12 1. © Fred B. 
Norman; 6May64; CI6757 . 

BIG MAMA, a new musical play in three 
acts by Patience Scott, pseud, of 
Constance T. McLain. 46 1. Book 
& lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Weddin 1 cake. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Constance T, McLain; 
28Jan64; DU59376. 

A BIG MAN, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Mary 
Holderny. 31 1. © Mary Holderny; 
22Jun64; DU6o48l.' 

BIG PEOPLE, by Joao R. Fernandes. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © Joao Rangel Fernan- 
des.; 26Feb64; DU59625 . 

THE BIG SQUEEZE; 3 act comedy by Devitt 
& Dubray. 1 v. © Helen Dougherty 
Devitt & Anne Janko Dubray; 22May64; 
DU60291. 

BIG TINY, an original story written 
and adapted for television by Kelma 
M. Herke. 31 1. © Kelma M. Herke; 
22Jun64; DU60483. 

THE BIG VALUE BUY IN THE MEDIUM-PRICE 
FIELD, 1963 DYNAMIC 88! Recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 7 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 30Jan64; CI6368. 

BILL COSBY IS A VERY FUNNY FELLOW, 

RIGHT? 14 1. A script for a record- 
ing. Appl. author: Bill Cosby 
(William H. Cosby, Jr.) ©Manger 
Music, Inc.; 2Jun64 ; C16871. 



BILLY-CLUB PUPPETS. 
FIVE PLAYS. 



See 



BILLYGOAT EDDIE, a comedy in three 
acts & a prologue by James Grady. 
1 v. © James J. Grady; 30Mar64; 
DU59914 . 

BILLY'S DAY, a 20 minute film written 
by Joyce Mendelsohn. 9 1. © Joyce 
Mendelsohn; 17Jun64; DU60441. 

BIOGRAPHICAL HIGHLIGHTS OF JACQUELINE 
KENNEDY. 12 1. Recording script. 
© B & F Record Distributing Co. & 
William G. Hamby; 20Mar64; C16630. 

BIRDCAGE. See 

AN ABSURD TRILOGY: THE BIRDCAGE, 
SCHIZOPHRENIA, THE HOUSE. 

BIRDS AND THE BEES. See 
LUCY. 

BIRTHRIGHT. See 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

THE BITCH, by John Glines. 24 1. 
A play. © John Glines; 23Mar64; 
DU59837. 

THE BITCH OF WAVERLY PLACE, a short 
play by Arthur Sainer. 8 1. 
© Arthur Sainer; 6Feb64; DU59739. 

BLAB, a review about people who talk, 
by Holly Beye. 52 1. © Holly Beye; 
12Mar64; DU59996. 

THE BLACK AND THE WHITE, by Howard 
Williams. A symbolic farce-comedy 
in three acts, with musical-comedy 
overtones and serious undertones. 
78 1. © Howard L. Williams; 15Jun64; 
DU60432. 

THE BLACK BOOKS AND THE WHITE KNIGHTS, 
a screenplay by Jere Hodshire. 159 1- 
© Allen Z. Hodshire & Jere Hodshire; 
20Mar64; DU59813. 

THE BLACK DILEMMA, by Melvin L. Harcum. 
148 1. A play in three acts. 
© Melvin Lloyd Harcum; 15Apr64; 
DU60019. 

BLACKBEARD, RAIDER OF THE CAROLINA SEAS, 
a drama based on 18th-century North 
Carolina history by Ruth Peeling. 
3 acts. (in Carteret County news- 
times, Nov. 22, 1963, p. 3-15) NM: 
■revisions. © Ruth Peeling; 22Nov6j; 
DP5286. 

BLESS THE CHILD. 1 v. A play in two 
acts. Appl. author: Bernice Diskin 
(Bernice Blohm) © Bernice Blohm; 
26Feb64; DU5963O. 

BLESSED ARE THEY THAT COMFORT. See 
DR. KILDARE, BLESSED ARE THEY THAT 
COMFORT. 

THE BLUE ABYSS, by J. Mayol. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © Jacques Mayol; 
20Apr64; DU60061. 

THE BLUE BANSHEE, a play by Milton 
Bernard. 1 v. 2 acts. © Milton 
Bernard; 22Jun64; DU60513. 

BLUE BELLE. See 

THEATER NIGHT WITH HALO MEADOWS. 

BLUE RIBBON BUTTERMILK, by Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative . 
1 v. 60 sec. television script. 
© Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive, Inc.; l8Dec63; C16297. 



THE BLUE SERGE SUIT, a play in four 
acts by Irwin Chocheles. 114 1. 
© Irwin Chocheles; 28Feb64; DU59648. 



BLUES FOR MISTER CHARLIE, a play by 
James Baldwin. New York, Dial Press. 
121 p. 3 acts. © James Baldwin; 
12May64; A698029. 

BLUES FOR MR. CHARLIE by James 

Baldwin. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© James Arthur Baldwin; 6Feb64; 
DU59518. 

BOADICEA, THE FIRST QUEEN OF ENGLAND. 
See 
THE REBEL QUEEN. 

BOLESS, a one act play by Wilburn 
D. Murphy. 12 1. Based on a short 
story by Maxim Gorky, pseud, of 
Alexey Maximovich Peshkov. © Wilburn 
D. Murphy; 13Feb64; DU59521. 

BOLIVAR; story & screenplay by Herbert 
Kline. 165 1. © Herbert Kline; 
3Dec63; DU59143. 

BOLIVAR AND MANUELA. SEE BOLIVAR. 

BOLOGNA by One Forty Four Corp. 

No. 2154-30. 60 sec. radio commer- 
cial. © One Forty Four Corp.; 
15Jan64; C16354. 

BOLOGNA by One Forty Four Corp. 

No. 2154-60. 60 sec. radio commer- 
cial. © One Forty Four Corp.; 
15Jan64; C16353. 

A BONE, A RAG, AND A BOOMERANG, a story 
in three-act play form by Natalie 
Donna, pseud, of Natalie Buonadonna. 
59 1- © Natalie Bona Donna; 27Feb64; 
DU59636. 

THE BOOKSTORE, a farce in two acts by 
Joseph Esselin. 1 v. © Joseph 
Esselin; 17Jan64; DU59300. 

BOOLA, BOOLA! A play in two acts by 
Milton Bernard. 1 v. © Milton 
Bernard; 25May64; DU60305 . 

BORN TO THE PURPLE, a play by Harold 
Cobin. 1 v. 3 acts. NM: revisions. 
© Harold Cobin; 22Jun64; DU60508. 

BOTH ENDS, by Charles J. Conrad. 62 1. 
(The Law maker series) A television 
play. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Charles J. Conrad; 20Mar64; DU59818. 

THE BOX, a comedy by H. N. Levitt. 

1 v. 2 scenes. © Harold Levitt; 
26Nov63; DU59178. 

THE BOY IS KILLED, a one act play by 
Jerome P. Vanora. 17 1. NM: 
revisions & additions. © Jerome 
P. Vanora; l8Jun64; DU60488. 

THE BOY KING, a play about India for 
children of all nations by Henry 
Scholberg. Minneapolis, Callimachus 
Pub. Co. 39 p. 3 acts. © Henrv 
Scholberg; 23Apr64; A693572. 

THE BOY PLAY, by Wendell Metzger. 
30 1. A play. © Wendell Metzger; 
20Apr64; DU60049. 

BOYCOTTING OUR FUTURE, by Ray Sallack. 

2 1. © Ray Sallack; 14Apr64; CI6763. 

BRAND NEW SHOES, a coral play by Toby 
Tate. Based on the story of The 
twelve dancing princesses by the 
Brothers Grimm. 17 1. © Toby Tate; 
30Mar64; DU59908. 



BRAVE MEN DO CRY, an original story 
written and adapted for television 
by Flory Perone, Jr. 31 1. 
© Flory Perone, Jr.; 9Mar64; 
DU59587. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



BREAKING POINT, a play in three acts "by 
William Fairchild. London, S. French. 
76 p. (French's acting edition) In- 
cludes music for 1 song. © William 
Fairchild; 30Apr63; DF1701 . 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS AND THE BLUE- 
BELL BUSH, a music-drama for children 
in two acts; book & lyrics by Janet 
Loring; music by Robert Conrad. 1 v. 
Book only. © On book & lyrics; 
Janet Loring; 26Dec63; DU59177. 

BRIDGES, ARE WHEN YOU CROSS THEM, 
a play in one act by Mel Shaffer 
(Melvin B. Shaffer) 40 1. 
© Melvin B. Shaffer; 3Apr64; DU59953. 

A BRIEF OUTLINE OF THE WORLD HISTORY OF 
FOUR STICKS;, by Roy Culver. 20 1. 
A play. © Roy Culver; 10Jan64; 
DU59374 . 

BRIGHT BUT BLIND, by Thomas J. Meehan. 
32 1. A play in 3 acts. © Thomas J. 
Meehan; 10Jan64; DU59245. 

BRIGHT -EYED AND BUSHY-TAILED, by 
Thomas B. Sprecher. A one-act 
musical comedy. 70 1. Book & lyrics 
only. ©Thomas B. Sprecher; l6Jun64 ; 
DU60445 . 

BRING 'EM BACK, AND THRIVE! Recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 11 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 30Jan64; C16379. 

BRING ON THE DANCING GIRLS, a comedy by 
Edward H. Davis. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Edward H. Davis; 20May64; DU60272. 

BRING YOUR BOOK IN, by Lola Dalzelle. 
134 1. A play in three acts. 
© Lola Dalzelle; 23Dec63; DU59381. 

BRITANNICUS & PHEDRE, in the original 
French by Racine; introd. & notes 
by George B. Daniel, Jr.; Germaine 
Bree, general editor, French series. 
New York, Dell Pub. Co. 174 p. 
(The Laurel language library. 
Dell 0822) NM: "introd. and notes." 
Appl. author: Dell Pub. Co., Inc., 
employer for hire of George B. 
Daniel, Jr. ©Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 
23Jan64 (in notice: 1963); A673357. 

BRONSTEIN FOR PRESIDENT, by Alan Abel 
& Jeanne Allgeier. 16 1. Duologue 
In 15 scenes. © Spencer Productions, 
Inc.; 30Mar64; CI6656 . 

BROOKLYN BRIDGE, U.S.A.; book by Harry 
Thurschwell; music by Esther Stoller; 
lyrics by Dorothy Willis, Norma Wit- 
kin & Harry Thurschwell. 1 v. A 
musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. NM: revisions & addi- 
tions. © Harry Thurschwell, Esther 
Stoller, Dorothy Willis & Norma Wat- 
kin; llJun64; DU60447. 

BROTHER THANATOS, by Artemis Smith, 
pseud, of Anna Selma Morpurgo. 55 1. 
© Artemis Smith; 4Feb64; DU59491. 

BROTHERS' KEEPERS, a play in three acts 

by J. Solon Mitchell. 169 1. 

© Joseph S. Mitchell, Sr.; 3Feb64; 
DU59422. 

THE BROWN PRIMROSE, a play in three 

acts by Hermine Duthie (Hermine Duthie 
Decker) 122 1. © Hermine Duthie; 
27Mar64; DU59895. 

BUBBLES KATZ WORE A PEARL PIN, a play 
in one act with a happy ending by 
James Kingsdale. 25 1. © James 
Robert Kingsdale; 15Jun64; DU60433. 

BUOIARDA. See 
LA COQUINE. 



BUILD THE ARMCO WAY; recording script 
for the Armco Metal Products Divi- 
sion, Armco Steel Corp. 10 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. © Armco Metal Products Divi- 
sion, Armco Steel Corp.; 24Feb64; 
C16542. 

BUILT FOR FUN; recording script for 
Armco Steel Corp. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 8 1. © Armco Steel 
Corp.; 30Jan64; C16402. 

BULL OF THE PAMPAS, a comedy drama in 
three acts, 2 scenes. Written by 
Eugene Borden. 117 1. © Eugene 
Borden; 10Jun64; DU60451. 

BULLY HILL, a three act play by Helen 
Forrest McKee. 101 1. Includes 
music for 1 song; words & music by 
Helen McKee , arrangement by Ralph 
Sanner. © Helen Forrest McKee; 
3Mar64; DU59668. 

BUNTY THE BEAR; written by D. H. Toller- 
Bond; music & arrangements by D. H. 
Toller-Bond. 1 v. Book only. 
© D. H. Toller-Bond; 7May64; CI6788. 



BURLADOR DE SEVILLE. 
JOHNNY TENORIO. 



See 



THE BURNING LAND, by Bartholomew Kimber, 
pseud, of Becca Fizell Dunn. 127 1. 
A screenplay. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DU52563. NM: revisions. 
© Becca Fizell Dunn & Russell Dunn; 
22Jun64; DU60507 . 

BUSINESS AS USUAL, a play in two acts 
by Carl Gardner. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Atsui, ne & The man of 
the world. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Carl Gardner; 10Mar64 ; DU59806. 

THE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CONCEPT OF CITY 
ADMINISTRATION, by Wayne E. Thompson. 
23 1. An address. © Wayne E. 
Thompson; llFeb64; C16482 . 

BUT FOR THE GRACE. See 
LAUGHTER IN THE NIGHT. 

BUT FOR WHOM CHARLIE, by S. N. Behrman. 
New York, Random House. 150 p. 
3 acts. © S. N. Behrman; 24Mar64 ; 
DP536I. 

BUT HENRY HAS HEART, a three act play, 
a satire, by Carolyn F. Lleblch. 
37 1. © Carolyn F. Liebich; 5Feb64; 
DU59508. 

BUT, IS HE IRISH? Operetta; script by 
Frances Ankeny; music by Henry Bene- 
dict; lyrics by Frances Ankeny & 
Henry Benedict. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Frances S. Ankeny & Henry Benedict; 
30Mar64; DU59926. 

BUT WHAT IS THE SOUND OF A VIEW? By 
Leland Moss. 25 1. A play in 
four parts. © Leland Moss; 10Feb64; 
DU59473. 



THE BUTLER DID IT! A composite of old 
detective movies; a farce by Joseph 
James Morella. 24 p. © Joseph 
James Morella; 10Jan64; DP5307. 

BUTTERFLY DREAM. See 
TA P'l KUAN. 

BUTTERFLY'S EVIL SPELL. See 
FIVE PLAYS. 



BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON, a short 
drama with narrator . . . written by 
Ruth Taylor Mercier. 23 1. 1 scene. 
© Ruth E. Mercier; 30Mar64; DU59920. 



C AND C FORD. Commercial script. 
Appl. author: Eugene Robert Tanz. 
© Cox Sc Tanz Advertising Agency; 
HFeb64; CI65O9. 

C. I. A. See 

4 TELEVISION SKITS. 

C. P. A.: THE UNDEDUCTIBLES , by Al 
LaGuire (Orville A. LaGuire) 2 1. 
© Al LaGuire; 9Jan64; CI6318. 

CADI DUPE. See 

THE CADI OUTWITTED. 

THE CADI OUTWITTED. (Le Cadi dupe) 
A comic opera in one act by Christoph 
Willibald Gluck. English libretto by 
Ruth & Thomas Martin. Bryn Mawr, Pa., 
Universal Edition. 15 p. Libretto. 
© Universal Edition; 17Mar64; DP5330. 

CAFE FANTASIO; or, Performance . A play 
in one act by Neal Weaver. 1 v. 
© Neal Weaver; 30Dec63; DU59179. 

THE CAGE, a play in three acts by 

Mario Fratti; translated by Marguerita 
Carra & Louise H. Warner. 1 v. 
© Marguerita Carra & Louise H. Warner; 
l8May64; DU60229. 

CAGES; Snowangel & Epiphany, two 

one-act plays by Lewis John Carlino. 
New York, Random House. 82 p. 
© Lewis John Carlino; 230ct63; 
DP5294 . 

CALGARY; screen adaptation by Jay 
Lee, pseud, of Jack A. Lustman. 
Suggested by John Ware's cow country, 
by Grant MacEwan. 133 1. © Jay 
Lee; 17Jun64; DU60450. 



CALICO AND SACKCLOTH, a play in one 
act by Maurice Berger. 24 1. 
© Maurice Berger; 6Mar64; DU59653. 

CALIFORNIA, HERE WE COME. See 
TV SERIES. 



CALL HIM LOUDER, by Shirley Reynolds. 
114 1. A screenplay in three acts. 
© Shirley Reynolds; 2Mar64; DU59662. 

CALL OF THE STUFFED WOODCOCK. See 
THERESE . 

CALLIE JONES, a comedy in ten scenes by 
Crane Wilbur. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Crane Wilbur; 23Mar64; DU60002. 

CALLING EARTH, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by John I. Norkin. 34 1. Appl. 
author: Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© John I . Norkin; 20Apr64 ; DU60054 . 

CALLOWAY! By Wade Craven Mackie. 

105 p. A play in three acts. © Wade 
Craven Mackie; 4Feb64; DU59488. 

CAN THIS BE LOVE? Operetta; script by 
Frances Ankeny; music by Henry Bene- 
dict; lyrics by Frances Ankeny & Henry 
Benedict. 1 v. 3 acts. © Frances S. 
Ankeny & Henry Benedict; 30Mar64; 
DU59925 . 

CANADA GOOSE. See 

ANIMALAND: CANADA GOOSE. 

CANADIAN CAPER, a new musical. Book & 
lyrics by F. E. S. Smith. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Fran- 
cis E. Smith; l6Mar64; DU59876. 

CANADIAN CAPER, a new musical. Book 
& lyrics by Francis E. Smith. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Francis 
E. Smith; 17Jun64; DU60442. 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



CANDLE IN THE STRAW. 57 1 . A musical 
play in two acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Judson Jerome; 12Mar64; 
DU59747 . 

CANOPIES; recording script for Armco 
Steel Corp. by Jam Handy Organization. 
10 1. © Armco Metal Products 
Division, Armco Steel Corp.; 7Feb64; 
C16430. 

CAPITOL GAINS, by John M. Patterson. 
1 v. A play with music in two acts. 
Libretto. © John M. Patterson; 
12Dec63; DU59146. 

CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS, PROGRAM III . 
1 v. (Hahnemann medi-disc) 3 lec- 
tures. © Silver Plastics, Inc.; 
30Apr64; C16746. 

THE CARDINAL'S DREAM, a play in three 
acts by Irwin Shappin. 1 v. 
© Irwin Shappin; 20Jan64; DU59454 . 

CAREER WOMAN. (For love and money) 
A musical in two acts; book & lyrics 
by Ray S. Harris (Raymond Sallee 
Harris) 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as For love 
and money, 1963, DU5875O. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Raymond Sallee 
Harris; 23Jun64; DU60519. 

A CARNIVAL NIGHT; play in three acts by 
Marta Teodonno. 1 v. © Marta 
Teodonno; 29Jun64; DU60465. 

CAROLINE A DISPARU; comedie en 4 actes 

de Andre Haguet et Jean Valmy, pseud, 

of Jean Roland. 1 v. © Andre Haguet 
& Jean Valmy; 2Mar64; DU59548. 

CARRY NATION, an opera in eight scenes, 
two acts with prologue & epilogue. 
Music by Douglas Moore; libretto by 
William North Jayme . 1 v. Libretto. 
© William North Jayme; 17Mar64; 
DU59875 • 

A CASE OF LIBEL, a play in three acts by 
Henry Denker. Based on the book My 
life in court, by Louis Nizer. New 
York, Random House. 123 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. Nov. 26, 1963, 
DU58996. NM: additions & revisions. 
©Henry Denker; l8Mar64 ; DP5362. 

A CASKET FOR CANDY, by Canterbury 
Enterprises, Inc. as employer for 
hire of Roy Freeman. Ill 1. 
A screenplay. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DU59112. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Canterbury Enterprises, 
Inc.; 13Jan64; DU59269. 

CASUALTIES ON THE HOMEFRONT, a play 
in three acts by Faith Hope, pseud, 
of Fannie Wright. 122 1. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Fannie Wright; 
30Apr64; DU60147 . 

CATCH THE BRASS RING, a single set 
comedy by Terese Klein. 66 1. 
© Terese Klein; 5Mar64 ; DU59700. 

CATERINA ISMAILOVA; opera in quattro 
atti e nove quadri. Dal racconto di 
N. Leskov, La Lady Macbeth del di- 
stretto di Mzensk; musica di Dmitri 
Sciostakovic; versione ritmica 
italiana di Flavio Testi. 
Ed. 1963. No. 130690. Milano, 
Ricordi. 61 p. Libretto. © G. Ricor- 
di & C, S.P.A.; 7Feb64; DFO-1300. 



THE CAT'S PAW, an original story written 
& adapted for television by R. R. 
Gregor. 34 1. Appl. author: 
Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© R. R. Gregor; 30Mar64; DU59899. 



CAUGHT IN A SUMMER STORM, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Lindy Loop, pseud, of 
R. 0. Lindenmeyer. 32 1. 
© R. 0. Lindenmeyer; 22Jun64; 
DU60477. 

CAVIAR AND ONION BURLESQUE. See 
THE CAVIAR AND VODKA BURLESQUE. 

THE CAVIAR AND VODKA BURLESQUE, 
a musical political cartoon by 
Manuel Essman. 1 v. A play. 
Bock & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Kremlin Cakewalk, 
7Mar55, DU59411 & The caviar and 
onion burlesque, HJul63, DU58O5O. 
NM: additions. © Manuel Essman; 
lApr64; DU59936. 

CAVIAR FOR THE GENERAL, a prize-winning 
comedy in one act by George Hicken- 
looper. Boston, Baker. 28 p. 
© George Hickenlooper; l8May64; 
DP5380. 

CAVTAR TO THE GENERAL, a play in two 
acts by Fred M. Stewart. 1 v. 
© Fred M. Stewart; 24jan64; DU59403. 

CELESTINA; tratto dall'omonima tragedia 
di F. de Rojas, sceneggiatura di 
Giorgio Stegani & Assia Noris. 380 1. 
© Assia Noris & Giorgio Stegani; 
27Jan64; DU59539- 

CEREMONY OF INNOCENCE, by Nathan R. 
Teitel. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
©Nathan R. Teitel; l8May64 ; DU60259. 

CHAINED LOVE. See 
FRONT PAGE LADY. 

THE CHALLENGE OF PERFORMANCE! 

Recording script for Pontiac Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
14 1. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; 
C16469. 

CHAMPAGNE FOR BREAKFAST, an original 
story written and adapted for 
television by Tony Valles. 3^ 1. 
© Tony Valles; 9Mar64; DU59584. 

A CHANCE TO SHINE, a play in one act by 
Elaine Morgan. London, S. French. 
67 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Elaine Morgan; 25Feb64; DFO-I287. 

THE CHANGEABLE INCEPTION; original 
story and screenplay written & 
adapted for television by Michael 
A. Sullivan. 40 1. © Michael A. 
Sullivan; 9Jan64; DU59319- 

CHAPTER AND VERSE, a play in three acts 
by George Hanlin. 79 1. © George 
Hanlin; lOApi-64; DU59993- 

CHAPTER ON IRELAND. See 
THE LITTLE ASTRONAUTS. 

CHARADIO; or, Sound Charades. By Jim 
Lightfoot (James Rayburn Lightf oot ) 
1 v. Radio script. © James Rayburn 
Lightfoot; 13Mar64; Cl66lO. 

CHARITY CASE, a play in one act by 
Ford Ainsworth. 18 1. © Ford Ains- 
worth; l6Jun64; DU60394 . 

CHARLEY'S AUNT; screenplay by Jack 
Pollexfen & Dean Dillman, Jr. Based 
on the play Charley ' s aunt , by 
Brandon Thomas. 169 1. © Jack 
Pollexfen & Dean Dillman, Jr.; 
l4May64; DU60236. 

CHARLIE MCDEATH, a tragedy in one act 
by Lars Forssell; translated by 
Harry G. Carlson. 12 1. © Harry G. 
Carlson; l6Dec63; DU59162. 



CHARLIE PRESCOTT, GO TO HELL: A play 
in three acts by Polly Miller. 1 v. 
© Polly Miller; 8Apr64; DU59980. 

CHASE ROYAL, by Thomas Browne & 

Anthony Squire. 125 1. A play In 
three acts. © Thomas Browne 8c 
Anthony Squire; 23Jan64; DU59297. 

A CHEAP BUNCH OF NICE FLOWERS, by Edna 
O'Brien. 3 acts. (In Plays of the 
year, v. 26, p. 299-391. London) 
© Edna O'Brien; 280ct63; DFO-I285. 

THE CHERRY ORCHARD, by Anton Chekhov. 
Edited by Blaze Odell Bonazza & Emil 
Roy. 4 acts. (in Studies in drama, 
form B, p. 151-201) NM: "translation 
and questions at the end of each act." 
© Blaze Odell Bonazza & Emil Roy; 
2Jan64; DP5353. 

THE CHERRY ORCHARD, by Anton Chekhov. 
4 acts. (In Studies in drama, 
form B, p. 151-201) © Blaze 0. 
Bonazza & Emil Roy; 15Dec63 (in 
notice: 1964); DP527I. 

THE CHEVY-VAN; recording script for 
the Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp. 13 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
24Feb64; CI6545 . 

CHEZ MAXIME, a new musical in two 
acts. Book & lyrics by Mateo 
Lettunlch; music by George Fischoff. 
1 v. Based on the play, A den of 
thieves by Mateo Lettunlch. 
NM: additions. ©Mateo Lettunlch & 
George Fischoff; 12Feb64; DU59511. 

CHICAGO? A farcical, tragical musical 
by Norman Temple. 118 1. 11 scenes. 
©Norman Temple; 10Mar64; DU59735. 

CHICAGO HAS EVERYTHING; city suite. 
Poem by Sarah (Sarah Leigh, pseud.) & 
Bert Lee, pseud, of Bertha Gittler 
(Burt Leigh, pseud.) © Sarah Lee & 
Bertha Gittler; l6Mar64; C16613. 

CHICKEN INTO KING. See 

THREE PLAYS OF ANCIENT HAWAII. 

CHICKS AND BOYCHICKS, a laff, happy, 
American, Yiddish megilla; thought 
of & written musically, lyrically 
& sketchily by Murray Rumsey-Rum- 
shinsky. 1 v. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Murray Rumshinsky & 
Elaine Rumshinsky; 20Apr64; DU60115. 

CHILD OF LONELINESS, a screenplay by 
Harley Hackett, based on an original 
story idea by Vincent Rend. 84 1. 
NM: additions. © Harley E. Hackett & 
Vincent Rend; 19May64 ; DU60270. 

CHILD OF LONELINESS. (Story of Mark) 
A screenplay by Vincent M. Rendero; 
based on an original idea of Vincent 
M. Rendero. 1 v. ©Vincent M. Ren- 
dero; 22May64; DU60296 . 

THE CHILDREN OF 1, 2, 3; a television 
drama by Charles F. Edwards. 90 1. 
© Charles Franklin Edwards; 9Ma.rf>4; 
DU59721. 

CHILD'S LIFE. See 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

THE CHINESE PRIME MINISTER, a play in 
three acts by Enid Bagnold (Enid 
Bagnold Jones) 1 v. © Enid Bagnold 
Jones; l4Jan64; DU59254. 

A CHINESE QUESTION MARK. 59 1. A play . 
© Terence George Brown; 3Jun64; 
DU60345. 

CH'ING-KUNG YUAN. See 
THE MALICE OF EMPIRE. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



OHIQUITA; novela escrita por Olga 
Euilopez. Capitulos del 1 al 40. 
1 v. © Olga Ruilopez; 26Jun64; 
DU60553- 



CHIUSE LE CASE CHIUSE. 
L'EX MADAME FANNY. 



See 



THE CHOICE, by Louise Bros, pseud, of 
Louise Schmidt & L. M. R. Schmidt. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Louise 
Schmidt; 6Apr64 ; DU6OI38. 

THE CHOICE IS MURDER, by Denis Heber 
(Denis Heber Caslon) 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Denis Heber Caslon; 
29Jun64; DU60532. 

CHOOSE THIS DAY, a drama with chorus by 
Stanley J. Rowland, Jr. New York, 
Friendship Press. 48 p. 1 act. 
©Friendship Press, Inc.; 10Feb64; 
DP5356. 

CHOOSE YOUR HERO; or, The incredible 
hero. A one act play l5y Mario 
Fratti. 28 1. © Mario Fratti; 
30Dec63; DU59215. 

CHRIS MARTINI, CAREER MAN. See 
WHAT NOW, CHRIS? 

THE CHRISTENING; 1st draft screenplay 
by Peter George & Adolf o Drigani . 
59 1- © Peter George; 10Mar64; 
DU59736. 

CHRISTMAS AT CHECKPOINT CHARLIE, a play 
in one act by John W. Felton. Boston, 
Baker. 17 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
10Mar64; DP5337. 

A CHRISTMAS FANTASY, an original musi- 
cal production written for the WKAT 
Players by Jerry Berke (Gerald D. 
Berke) 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Audio Creations; 30Jan64; DU59375. 

CHRISTMAS IN GREENWICH; words & music 
by Leonard L. Saxton. 2 v. A 
musical play in two acts. © Margar- 
et Smith Saxton & Leonard Leward 
Saxton; 12Mar64; DU59742. 

CHRISTMAS IN PARIS. See 
THREE LOVES AND A MAN. 

CHRISTMAS IN THE BARN by Tom Tlchenor. 
1 v. A musical play. © Tom Tlchenor 
Enterprises, Inc.; 17Feb64; DU59680. 

THE CHRISTMAS SHOES OF DIEGO, a musical 
play in two acts. Book by Thelma 
Schram; music by Joan Lomax; lyrics 
by Thelma Schram & Joan Lomax. 
Rev. ed., 1964. 1 v. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Thelma Schram & Joan 
Lomax; 26Jun64; DU60550. 

THE CHRISTMAS TREE by Tom Tlchenor. 
1 v. A musical play. © Tom 
Tlchenor Enterprises, Inc.; 17Feb64; 
DU59679. 

CHRISTMAS WITH MARY, by Louise Duggar. 
Birmingham [Ala.] Progressive Farmer. 
5 p. A play. © Progressive Farmer 
Co.; 2Dec57; DP5305- 

THE CHURCH AFFAIR, a three act drama 
by Megan Lloyd. 47 1. © Megan 
Lloyd; 22Apr64; DU60403- 

THE CHURCH COUNCIL VIEWS ITS DUTY, 
a 53 frame color filmstrip & script 
by Luther A. Gotwald, Jr. 23 1- 
©Luther A. Gotwald, Jr.; l8Mar64; 
C16622 . 

CHURCH COUNCIL VIEWS THE WORK OF 
EVANGELISM IN THE PARISH. See 
EL CONSEJO DE LA CONGREGACION 

CONSIDERA EL TRABAJO DE EVANGELIZA- 

CION EN LA PARROQUIA. 



CICADA, by Charles L. Wilson; music 
by Joan Lambly; lyrics by Charles 
Wilson. 2 v. Script for a musical 
screenplay. © Charles L. Wilson & 
Joan Lambly (Mrs. Joan Wilson); 
23Dec6j; DU59207. 

CINDER-ELLA; book & lyrics by Fred 

Bluth; music by Donald G. Richardson. 
1 v. A musical play. © Fred Bluth 
& Donald G. Richardson; 13Apr64; 
DU60127 . 

CINDERELLA, by Jean & Anita Kietzman. 
1 v. A play with music in 3 acts. 
© Anita Kietzman & Jean Kietzman ^ 
23Dec63; DU59I76 . 

THE CIRCUS, by Edwin A. Phelps. 27 1. 
A play. © Edwin Arthur Phelps; 
20Mar64; DU59819. 

CIRCUS BOY, a play in three acts by 
Michael Redgrave. London, S. French. 
82 D. (French's acting edition) 
© Michael Redgrave; 26Nov63; DFO-1280. 

THE CITY MANAGER PROFESSION IN THIS 
AGE OF CHANGE, by Wayne E. Thompson. 
13 1. An address. © Wayne E. 
Thompson; llFeb64; C16483- 

CLEAN IS THE EARTH, by John Tenor, 
pseud, of John A. Pirrera. A drama 
in three acts. 1 v. © John Tenor; 
26Jun64; DU60547 . 

THE CLEARING, a play in three acts by 
Diana B. Sprague. 44 1. © Diana B. 
Sprague; 7Apr64; DP5349. 

CLEMENTINE. See 

AMERICAN SONGS FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE 
STUDY. 

THE CLOCK HAS NOT STOPPED, by Ellen 
Bartow Snavely. 5' !■ A play in 
three acts. © Ellen Bartow Snavely; 
27Jan64; DU59353- 

CLOSE THE DOOR ON SATURDAY, by Tata 
Bosboom, pseud, of Florence Bosboom. 
107 1. A play in three acts. 
© Tata Bosboom; 17Apr64; DU60048. 



CLOSING; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 12 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16418. 

CLOTHO - NOT DESTINED, DARLING, 
DOOMED! By Ernest Roy Kittredge. 
Ill 1. A play in four acts. 
© Ernest Roy Kittredge; 30Dec63; 
DU59212. 

THE CLOWNS, by Winston Weathers. 
16 1. A screenplay. © Winston 
Weathers; l4May64 ; DU60234 . 

COAT OF MANY COLORS; original screen- 
play by Larry Evans. 196 1. 
NM: additions & revisions^ © Larry 
Evans; 29Jan64; DU59449. 

THE COCK; farce in 3 acts by I. Thany, 
pseud, of Imre Tihanyi. 78 1. 
© I. Thany; 13Jan64; DU59262. 



COCKTAILS AT CARTER'S JUNCTION, by 
Harvey Flrari & James McEnteer. 
1 v. A play in two parts. © Harvey 
E. Flrari & James McEnteer; 8Apr64; 
DU59976 . 



CODA ON WHARF STREET, in one act by 
Alvin Chester. 45 1. © Alvin M. 
Chester; 24Mar64 ; DU5985I. 



A CODE FOR SERVICE; recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 19 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division. General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16405. 

COFFEE COMMERCIAL, by John W. McMahon, 
Jr. 2 1. A television commercial. 
© John William McMahon, Jr.; l8May64; 
C16797. 

COFFEE SHOP, an original story and 
screen-play by Dennis Anthony 
Belafonte. First ed. 190 1. 
A muslcal-comedy-drama. Book only. 
© Dennis Anthony Belafonte; 9Mar64; 
DU59688. 

COLLISION OF DREAMS. See 
MEDLEY OF A SKYLARK. 

COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF CHIROPRACTIC 
LECTURE OUTLINE, PART TWO, INORGANIC 
CHEMISTRY, by Charles M. Schoeppler. 
58 1. © Charles M. Schoeppler; 
5Mar64; CI6536. 

COMBAT; THE CHANCE MEETING, by Dexter C. 
McDonald. 50 1. A screenplay. 
© Dexter C. McDonald; 15May64; DU60256. 

COME AGAIN TO CARTHAGE, a play in five 
scenes by Raymond McGlynn. 97 1. 
© Francis Raymond McGlynn; 27Jan64; 
DU59350. 

COME, FLY WITH THE ANGELS: A three 
act comedy drama with fifteen char- 
acters & one setting; action covers 
almost one full day, by Frank Ober 
(Francis C. Ober) 122 1. © Francis 
C. Ober; l8Feb64; DU59574 . 

COME ON STRONG, a play by Garson Kanln. 
Dramatists Play Service. 96 p. 
3 acts. NM: "additions to and changes 
in text." © T. F. T. Corp.; 23Mar64; 
DP5345. 

COME SUNDAY; screenplay by Eugene 
Barber. 178 1. © Eugene Barber; 
26Mar64; DU60003. 

COME, WOO ME! A Shakespearean enter- 
tainment edited by Arnold Moss. 
New York, H. S. Stuttman Co. 40 p. 
NM: compilation 8c additions. © H. S. 
Stuttman Co., Inc.; 9Mar64; A69159O. 

COME YESTERDAY, by T. Dianne Anderson. 
19 1. A play. © T. Dianne Anderson; 
6May64; DU60193. 

COMIC STRIP; a new celebrity-contestant 
audience participation game featuring 
players and guest cartoonists; creat- 
ed for television by Joseph Jacoby. 
5 1. © Joseph Jacoby; 2Mar64; CI6565 . 



COMMERCIAL & REFRESHER. See 

F.A.A. REGULATIONS: COMMERCIAL & RE- 
FRESHER, SECTION A-B, NARRATION. 
FLIGHT COMPUTER: COMMERCIAL & 

REFRESHER, SECTION A-C, NARRATION. 

COMMERCIALS TO CRINGE BY, by Jack Fox. 
1 v. A recording script. © Knoll- 
wood Music Corp.; 10Dec63; CI6335 . 

COMMITTEES FOREVER, a comedy in one 
act by Joseph Baldwin. New York, 
S. French. 27 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 29Jul63; DP5254. 

THE COMMON MARKET, a play in three acts 
by Gene Smith (Eugene E. Smith) 1 v. 
©Eugene E. Smith; 29Apr64; DU60214 . 

THE COMMUTERS, a play in three acts by 
Gerald Gaiser. 103 1. © Gerald 
Gaiser; 22Apr64; DU60086. 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



COMPANION OF THE WISE, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Doris A. Fields. 32 1. © Doris 
A. Fields; 29Jun64; DU6O567. 

COMPANION PIECES, ritual drama. 

By Harvey Firari. 1 v. Contents: 
Telamon and Cardea.--Mr. Endlkln 
and Reetchie. © Harvey E. Firari; 
8Jun64; DU60473. 



COMPANY FOR DINNER. 
GETTING- HEADY. 



See 



THE COMPLAINING VOICE IS THE VOICE OF 
OPPORTUNITY; recording script for 
the Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp. 9 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 24Feb64; C16546. 

COMPLETE LIFE STORY OF GENERAL DOUGLAS 
A. MACARTHUR THROUGH HIS OWN WORDS: 
HONOR, DUTY. COUNTRY. By Murray 
Burnett. 14 1. Recording script. 
© Oceanaire Network Productions, 
Inc.; 17Apr64; CI6699. 

COMPLICATED ROAD. See 
THE LONELIEST WAYFARER. 

COMPREHENSIVE SCIENTIFIC PLANNING AND 
ITS LIMITS, a paper by Gerrit Daams. 
31 1. © Gerrit Daams; 30Mar64; CI6653. 

CONCERTO, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Jerry F. 
Chmelicek. 31 1- Appl. author: 
Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© Jerry F, Chmelicek; l6Mar64; 
DU59766. 

CONCESSION, a drama in one act by Bruce 
Harrison. 23 1 . © E. Bruce Harrison, 
Jr.; 3Feb64; DU59435. 

CONFIDENCE FOR LIFE, by Dental Building 
Corp. 12 1. Recording script. 
© Dental Building Corp.; 24jun64; 
C16882. 

A CONFLICT OF INTEREST, a play by 
Samuel Marx. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Samuel Marx; 6Mar64; DU59710. 

CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE, PROGRAM IV. 
1 v. (Hahnemann medi-disc) 3 lec- 
tures. © Silver Plastics, Inc.; 
5May64; CI6756. 

CONQUERING DIFFICULT PROBLEMS WITH THE 
POWER OF LOVE. (Dangerous love) 
22 1. A recording script. ©Roy 
Masters; 3Feb64; C16486. 

THE CONQUEROR; drama in three acts by 
Marta Teodonno. 93 1. © Marta 
Teodonno; 29Jun64; DU60464. 

EL CONSEJO DE LA CONGREGACION CONSIDERA 
EL TRABAJO DE EVANGELIZACION EN LA 
PARROQUIA. (The Church Council views 
the work of Evangelism in the parish) 
Por Luther A. Gotwald. 24 p. 
© Luther A. Gotwald, Jr.; 9Mar64; 
C16595. 

THE CONSTIPATED EAGLE, by Jerry L. 
Twedt. 1 v. A play. © Jerry Lee 
Twedt; 7Feb64; DU59464. 

CONSTIPATION AND DIARRHEA, PROGRAM V. 
20 1. (Hahnemann medi-disc) 3 lec- 
tures. © Silver Plastics, Inc.; 
Uun64; CI6855. 

CONTEMPLATION OF BULLFIGHTING. See 
THE UNIQUE PATRICIA BALLET, LA ROSA 
DEL ROREA & CONTEMPLATION OF 
BULLFIGHTING. 

THE CONTRACT, by Charles M. Tanner. 
17 1. A play. © Charles M. Tanner; 
9Apr64; DU59987. 



CONTRADICTIONS, by Sam Levenson 
(Samuel Levenson) 9 1. © Sam 
Levenson; 3Feb64 ; Cl648l. 

CONVERSATION, a one-act play by Bill 
Barger. 9 1. © Bill Barger; 
Uun64; DU60333. 

THE COOL MIKADO; adapted from Gilbert 
& Sullivan ' s The Mikado . By Linda 
Tood Goodman. 1 v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. © Linda Todd Goodman; 
4jun64; DU60404. 

LA COQUINE; comedie en deux actes par 
Andre Roussin, d'apres La Bugiarda, 
de Diego Fabbri. Paris, -Calmann- 
Levy. 130 p— © Calmann-Lsvy; 
25Feb64; DFO-1302. 

CORONARY HEART DISEASE, PROGRAM I, by 
Sheldon R. Bender. 40 1. (Hahnemann 
medi-disc) 3 lectures. © Silver 
Plastics, Inc.; 8jan64 ; C16302. 

THE CORONATION OF AN AMERICAN BEAUTY, 
by Ariadna Kowalska. 17 1 . A play. 
© Ariadna Kowalska; 10Jan64; DU59342. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY ANGEL DEVA OF THE JADE TEMPLE; 
Jan. 5, 1962, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 27Apr64; CI6729. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; 
Dec. 26, i960; Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 15 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 26May64; CI6838. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; July 7, 
i960, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
9Mar64; C16575 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Aug. 13, 196I, 
Shasta Springs, Calif. Recording 
script. 10 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 9Mar64; C16579. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Dec. 19, I960, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

13 1- © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
26May64; C16840. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Dec. 29, 1961, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

14 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
23Apr64; C16775 • 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Oct. 23, I96I, 
Tacoma, Wash. Recording script. 14 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 9Mar64; 

c 165 92. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Sept. 11, 1961, 
Shasta Springs, Calif. Recording 
script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 5Feb64; CI6505 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ELOHIM OF PEACE; July 8, 
i960, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

12 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
9Mar64; CI6576. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GOD OF THE SWISS ALPS; 
Jan. 8, 1962, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 15 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 27Apr64; C16732- 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GOD TABOR; Jan. 10, 1962, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
27Apr64; C16733- 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF JUSTICE; 
Aug. 19, 1961, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script. 10 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 9Mar64 ; CI6585 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF LIBERTY; 
Dec. 30, 196l, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 13 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 27Apr64; C16724 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF LIBERTY; 
Sept. 17, 1961, Shasta Springs, 
Calif. Recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Feb64; 
C16499. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF LIGHT; Dec. 21, 
i960, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

10 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
9Mar64; CI 65 94 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF MUSIC; Dec. 29, 

1960, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 13 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 20Apr64; C16707 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF PURITY; 
Sept. 15, 1961, Shasta Springs, 
Calif. Recording script. 15 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Feb64; 
CI6501. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LADY MASTER LETO; Dec. 28, 

1961, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

12 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
23Apr64; C16777 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LADY MASTER NADA; July 9, 
i960, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
9Mar64; C16577. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LADY MASTER NADA; Sept. 19, 

1961, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script. 14 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 5Feb64; C16496. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LORD MAITREYA; Jan. 4, 

1962, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
27Apr64; CI6728. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MARY; Aug. 15, 1961, Shasta 
Springs, Calif. Recording script. 
9 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
9Mar64; CI658I. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MARY; Dec. 24, I960, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

12 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
20Apr64; CI6705. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MARY MOTHER OF JESUS; 
Dec. 24, 1961, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 23Apr64; C16779- 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS; Sept. 3, 
1961, Mount Shasta, Calif. Record- 
ing script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 9Mar64 ; CI659O. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER LANTO; Dec. 31, 
196l, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
15 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc. 



23Apr64; C1677 1 * • 



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10 



DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY ASTREA; Aug. 18, 
1961, Shasta Springs , Calif. Record- 
ing script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 9Mar64; C16584 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY COSMOS; Jan. 3, 
196l, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
20Apr64; C16711. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY ELOHIM HERCULES; 
Dec. 23, I960, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 10 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 20Apr64; C16704 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY HERCULES; Sept. 13, 

1961, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script. 15 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 5Feb64; CI6503. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE REGORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY HIMALAYA; Jan. 11, 

1962, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 11 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 26May64; C16846. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY LANTO; Dec. 31, 
i960, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
8l. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
20Apr64; CI6709. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
. BY BELOVED MIGHTY SAINT GERMAIN; 
Jan. 3, 1962, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 14 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 27Apr64; C16727 ■ 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Aug. 16, 

1961, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script. 10 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 9Mar64; CI6582 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Dec. 20, 
i960, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

14 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
26May64; C16841. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Jan. 7, 

1962, Chicago. 111. Recording script. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
27Apr64; C16731. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED* MIGHTY VICTORY; Oct. 25, 
1961, Portland, Or. Recording 
script. 14 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 9Mar64; CI6593. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Sept. 12, 
196l, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script. 11 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 5Feb64; C16504 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED PELLEUR; Jan. 4, 1961, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
20Apr64; C16712. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED QUEEN OF LIGHT; Dec. 27, 
i960, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 20Apr64; CI6706. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; Aug. 14 , 
1961 ; Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script. 9 1- © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 9Mar64; CI6580. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; Dec. 18, 
i960, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 13 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 26May64; CI6839. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; Oct. 22, 
1961, Seattle, Wash. Recording 
script. 13 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 9Mar64; CI6591. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SANAT KUMARA; Dec. 26, 
1961, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
9 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
23Apr64; CI6778. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; 
Aug. 22, 1961, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script. 14 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 9Mar64; CI6587. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; 
Sept. 18, 1961, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script. 15 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5Feb64; Cl64g8. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED GODDESS OF PURITY; Dec. 30, 
i960, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
20Apr64; CI6708. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT BELOVED MIGHTY ARCTURUS; 
July 10, I960, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 9Mar64 ; CI6578. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT COSMIC ANGEL UNION; 
Jan. 2, 1961, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 15 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 26May64; C16844 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT DIVINE DIRECTOR; Sept. 20, 
1961, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script. 13 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 5Feb64; C16497. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM CYCLOPEA; Aug. 25, 
1961, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script. 11 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 9Mar64 ; CI6589. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PEACE; Dec. 27, 
1961, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
23Apr64; C16776. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT GOD MERU; Jan. 6, 1962, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

14 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
27Apr64; C16730. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT RULER OF THE VIOLET PLANET; 
Aug. 20, 1961, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script. 13 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 9Mar64; CI6586. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED ARCTURUS; Aug. 17, 
1961, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script. 10 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 9Mar64; CI6583 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED ASTREA; Dec. 20, 
i960, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 11 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 26May64; C16842. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED DIVINE DIRECTOR; 
Dec. 23, 1961, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 13 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 23Apr64; CI6780. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED SANAT KUMARA; 
Nov. 19, 1961, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Recording script. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 23Anr64; CI6852 . 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY CYCLOPEA; Dec. 1, 1961, 
Santa Fe, New Mexico. Recording 
script. 11 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 23Apr64; CI6782. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ELOHIM CYCLOPEA; Jan. 1. 
1962, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 13 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 27Apr64; CI6725. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ELOHIM HERCULES; Aug. 23, 
1961, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script. 10 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 9Mar64 ; CI6588. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY GOD HARMONY; Sept. 14 , 
196l, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 5Feb64; CI6502. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY LANTO; June 30, 1961, 
Santa Fe, New Mexico. Recording 
script. 8l. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 26May64; C16843. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY MESSENGER FROM THE SECRET 
LOVE STAR; Jan. 2, 1962, Chicago, 
111. Recording script. 10 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 27Apr64; 
CI6726. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY SILENT WATCHER; Sept. 16, 
196l, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 5Feb64; CI65OO. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY VICTORY; Jan. 1, 196l, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
20Apr64; C16710. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY THE GREAT RULER OF THE VIOLET 
PLANET; Jan. 7, 1961, Chicago, 111. 
Recording script. 13 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 26May64; CI6837 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY THE MIGHTY MASTER JESUS; Dec. 25, 
i960, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 18 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc . ; 26May64 ; C16845 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED TALK BY 
MRS. G. W. BALLARD; Sept. 16, 196l, 
Shasta Springs, Calif. Recording 
script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 20Apr64; CI6713. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED TALK BY 
MRS. G. W. BALLARD; Sept. 24, 1961, 
Shasta Springs, California. Record- 
ing script. 15 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 23Apr64; CI6781. 

COUNTDOWN; television script run through 
for N. B. C. created by Fred B. Nor- 
man. 6 1. © Fred B. Norman; 14Feb64; 
CI6516. 

COUNTER-ATTACK; Parke-Davis narration 
script by Leo S. Rosencrans. 25 1. 
Master copy. © Parke-Davis & Co.; 
3Dec63; C16282. 

COUNTRY CLUB, a play in three acts by 
Rainsford J. Winslow & Winifred W. 
Winslow. 102 1. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Rainsford J. Winslow 
& Winifred W. Winslow; l6Mar64; 
DU59764 . 

COUNTRY OF THE POINTED FIRE. See 
IT'S A PRETTY DAY, AIN'T IT? 

THE COUNTRY WOMAN, by Richard Lancaster. 
29 1. A play. © Richard Lancaster; 
2Apr64; DU59947- 



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A COUPLE IN EVENING CLOTHES, by Wyatt 
Cooper. 53 1. A play. © Wyatt 
Cooper; 17Jan64; DU59304 . 

THE COURAGE TO MAKE MISTAKES, by 
Mrs. Abraham A. Low. Tape A-B. 

2 v. Scripts for tape recordings. 
© Mrs. Abraham A. Low; l8May64; 
C16820-16821. 

COURTESY & ATTITUDE, a film prepared 
for Imperial Oil Co. 50 1. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc. employer for 
hire of John Davenport. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 30Mar64; DU6OI83. 

COURTS OF LOVE, a comedy in three acts 
by Ruth Rehrer Wolff. 1 v. © Ruth 
Rehrer Wolff ; 23Jan64; DU59407. 

COVENTRY PORCH PLAYS, with a preface by 
E. Martin Browne; footnotes by Simon 
Phipps. Boston, Baker. 76 p. 
© on preface, introds, & epilogues; 
Walter H. Baker Co.; 10Mar64 ; DP5367. 

CREATION OF DESIRE THROUGH STIMULATION, 
LECTURE I, by Lewis C. Zortman. 1 v. 
© Lewis C. Zortman; 3Jan64; C16279 . 

A CRITIQUE OF RECENT PROGRAMS FOR PERT, 
by Henry J. Porter III. 1 v. 
© Henry J. Porter III; 13May64; 
C16792- 

CROQUE -MONSIEUR; comedie en deux parties 
et quatre tableaux de Marcel Mithois 
(Pierre Mithois) 159 1. © Marcel 
Mithois; 20Apr64; DU60199. 

CROSS AT THE GREEN AND NOT IN BETWEEN, 
by Jacob Gasnick. 3 1- A script. 
© Jacob Gasnick; 19Jun64; C16879. 

CROSS-WIRE, a comedy in one act for 7 
women by Desmond Cole Radford. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 
15 P. (Eldridge popular one-act 
playscripts) ©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
lSep63; DP5276. 

CROSSROAD INN, by Jonathan Teitelman. 
1 v. A play. © Jonathan Teitelman; 
4May64; DU60166. 

THE CRUCIFIXION. 9 1. A script in 
10 scenes. © Birdie W. Johnson; 
15May64; C16834 . 

CRY SOFTLY, VENUS, by P. G. Luckhardt. 
31 1. A play in three acts. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Philip 
G. Luckhardt; 13Jan64; DU59265. 

CTESIPPE, par Jean Bloch-Michel . 

[Paris] Gallimard. 195 P- ** acts. 
(Le Manteau d'arlequin) © Editions 
Gallimard; 15Mar64; DFO-1304 . 

CUANDO MUEREN LAS SOMBRAS; sinopsis y 
primer capitulo de tele-novela. 
Original de Frank Saladin (Jose F. 
Saladin) 18 1. © Frank Saladin; 
9Apr64; DU60136. 

CUATRO CUENTOS DEL EXILO; argumentos y 
guiones originales de Lilia Lazo. 

1 v. A screenplay. © Lilia Lazo; 
17Jun64; DU60438. 

CUBS IN A CLEARING, a play by Adele 
Styler. 1 v. 3 acts. © Adele 
Styler; 24Feb64; DU59541. 

CUDDLE UP, a comedy by Donald Stark, 
pseud, of Manuel Seff. 1 v. 

2 acts. © Manuel Seff; l8Jun64; 
DU60490 . 

CULLIGAN TECH TRAINING FILM, A-C; by 
Norman 0. Werner. 3 v. (Mark series) 

3 filmstrip scripts. © Culligan, 
Inc.; 30Mar64; C16742-16744 . 



CULTURAL EXCHANGE, NYET? By Richard 
Alfred Cave. 24 1. A play. 
© Richard Alfred Cave; 15Jan64; 
DU59274. 

THE CURE, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Roy E. 
Clark. 30 1. © Roy E. Clark; 
25May64; DU60221. 

THE CURIOUS I, by Joseph Caruso, Jr. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Joseph 
Caruso, Jr.; 3Jun64; DU60346. 

THE CURSE OF MORCEFF, PART I-IIj by 
William H. Smith. Nondirectorlal 
version. 2 v. (Pentagram produc- 
tion, no.l) Basic script for screen- 
play. Actor's copy. © William H. 
Smith; 26Mar64; DU6OO28. 

CUSTOMER-SUPPLIER QUALITY ASSURANCE 
RELATIONS. 1 v. An address. 
© George Peter Morfogenis; l6May64; 
C16791. 

CYRANO, a musical comedy with book, 
music & lyrics by Judith Dvorkin. 
1 v. 6 scenes. © Judith Dvorkin; 
23Mar64; DU59846. 



D 



D. F. E. AUBER'S FRA DIAVOLO; comic 
opera in 3 acts; new translation by 
Josef Blatt. 31 1. © Josef Blatt; 
8jun64; DU60375- 

DADDY WAS A LEPRECHAUN. (Timothy 
O'Hara Leprechaunerwitch) By Pat 
Sternberg (Patricia Sternberg) 70 1. 
A musical play in three acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Patricia Sternberg; 
26Feb64; DU59546. 

DAINTY MAID, by Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative. One min. , 
television script. © Quality Bakers 
of America Cooperative, Inc.; 6May64; 
C16784 . 

DAINTY MAID, by Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative. 1 v. 60 sec. 
television script. © Quality Bakers 
of America Cooperative, Inc.; l8Dec63; 
C16295 . 

THE DAIRY FARM EQUIPMENT DEALER, by 
Russ Reed & Ed Roberts. 20 1. Re- 
cording script. © Bab son Bros. Co.; 
14Feb64; CI6519. 

DAISY MILLER. See 

JAMES'S DAISY MILLER. 



DAME AUX CAMELIAS. 
LA TRAVIATA. 



See 



THE DAMIEN LETTER, by Aldyth Morris. 
1 v. A play in six scenes. 
© Aldyth V. Morris; 13Mar64; DU59751- 

DANCE REX. See 

THE YELLOW EMPEROR. 

DANGER! LOVE AT WORK, a comedy in three 
acts by John Tuttle. Cedar Rapids, 
Iowa, Art Craft Play Co. 103 p. 
© Art Craft Play Co.; 6Feb64 ; DP5369. 

DANGEROUS LOVE. See 

CONQUERING DIFFICULT PROBLEMS WITH 
THE POWER OF LOVE. 

THE DANGLING BUTTON, by Jerry L. Twedt. 
55 1. A screenplay. © Jerry Lee 
Twedt; 27Feb64; DU59641. 

DANIEL WEBSTER, written by A. J. 

Russell. 69 1. (Profiles in courage, 
by John F. Kennedy) 4 acts. NM: 
"dramatization and additional text." 
© Robert Saudek Associates, Inc.; 
HMar64; DP5348. 



DARK GAME, by Ronald Coulter. 12 1. 
A play. © Ronald E. Coulter; 
7Apr64; DU59972. 

THE DARK SIDE OF THE UNIVERSE, by 
Charles M. Tanner. 20 1. A play. 
© Charles M. Tanner; 9Apr64; DU59990. 

THE DARK VALLEY, a documentary play by 
Louisa Rossiter Shotwell. New York, 
Friendship Press. 40 p. © Friend- 
ship Press, Inc.; 10Feb64 ; DP5357. 

DASH POINT, a play In three acts by 
George Savage & George Savage, Jr. 
1 v. © George Milton Savage 8: 
George Milton Savage, Jr.; 20Feb64; 
DU59599. 

DAVEY JONES AND THE CARNIVAL OF VENICE, 
a play by Bert Shaw & Marie Louisa 
Shaw. 10 1. A screenplay. © Bert 
Shaw & Marie Louisa Shaw; 17Apr64; 
DU60119. 

DAVID-MAURO REVUE, no.101-105. By 
Jack David & Ralph Mauro. 20 1. 
© Carmine Castellano; 29Jun64; 
DU6O558. 



DAVIE DECISION. 
RANSOM. 



See 



A DAY AT SUMMER'S END, a contata. 
Text & lyrics by Elsa Rael; music 
by Joan Grosser. 1 v. 4 parts. 
© Elsa Rael & Joan Grosser; 4Mar64 ; 
DU5969I . 

A DAY IN AN OLD NEW ENGLAND SEAPORT, 
by Sidney A. Frank. 1 v. A script 
with music. © Sidney A. Frank; 
15May64; C16795- 

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF HENRY THE SECOND, 
a play by James Goldman. 1 v. 
2 acts. © James Goldman; HJun64; 
DU60414. 

THE DAY JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY DIED, 
by Gloria E. Bell. 1 v. A poem. 
© Gloria E. Bell; 8Jun64; CI6895. 

A DAY OF INFAMY; lyric by Allen Wilder. 
2 1. © Band Box Record Co., Inc.; 
2Mar64; CI6532. 

THE DAYS WITHOUT GOD, an original story 
written & adapted for television' by 
Colin Stuart Squires. 36 1. © Colin 
S. Squires; 13Jan64; DU59258. 



DAYTIME AIDS. See 
AIDS TO NAVIGATION; 
DAYTIME AIDS. 



PART I, 



THE DEAD, by Cecilia Prada (Cecilia 

Prada Rouanet) 18 1. A play. 

© Cecilia Prada Rouanet; 19Jun64 ; 
DU60495 . 

DEAR FOX-LADY. See 

THE BANANA-LEAF HANDKERCHIEF. 

DEAR FRIENDS AND GENTLE HEARTS, a 

dramatic narrative based on the life 
of Stephen Collins Foster by Donald 
Janse. 30 1. © Donald L. Janse; 
HJun64; DU60417. 

DEAREST GAVESTON, a drama by Byron 
Vazakas. 97 1. © Byron (Aristides) 
Vazakas; 3Mar64; DU59669. 

DEATH & TAXES, a color filmstrip 

produced for Better Selling Bureau; 
produced by Rocket Pictures. 
16 1. (Human needs for life insur- 
ance) A script. © Better Selling 
Division, Rocket Pictures, Inc.; 
3Jan64; C16334. 

THE DEATH OF JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY, 
for oral delivery by David Keith, 
pseud, of Keith W. Wise. 3 1. A 
poem. © Keith W. Wise; 14Feb64; 
CI65I7. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



DEATH WAS A DRUMMER BOY, a drama in 
three acts by Robert Dean Deardorff. 
127 1. © Robert Dean Deardorff; 
2Apr64; D\S^,99k6. 

DECENTLY AND IN ORDER, by Erik H. Allen. 
92 1. A play in four acts. © Erik 
H. Allen; 17Mar64 ; DU59869. 

THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE; script 
for record. 8 1. © Stacy Keach; 
3Feb64; C16484 . 

DECOR; one-act play, one of series of 
four one acts called Double talk, 
by Margaret Hayden Rector. 21 1. 
© Margaret Hayden Rector; 3Jan64; 
DU59281. 

THE DEFENSE RESTS, a play by Martin & 
Kennedy. 1 v. 2 acts. © John W. 
Martin & Robert Kennedy; 15Apr64; 
DU60017 . 

THE DEFINITION OF GREEN,- a three-act 
musical comedy drama by Franc Franc. 
1 v. © Franc Franc; 30Dec63; DU59227. 

DEGITAL TECHNIQUES & APPLICATIONS; 
lectures XV-XXII by J. F. Genna. 
1 v. © Joseph F. Genna; 24Feb64; 
C16522. 

DELIVER US FROM EVIL, motion picture 
shooting script by Charles L. Covey. 
106 1. © Charles L. Covey; 24Feb64; 
DU59613. 

DEMOCRACY. See 

THE NUTMEG BUSINESS. 



DEN OF THIEVES. 
CHEZ MAXIME. 



See 



THE DENIAL; written by Louise Morgan, 
pseud, of Louise Stiernberg. 20 1. 
A play in one scene. © Louise Morgan; 
17Feb64; DU59553. 



DENTE PER DENTE. 
I NARCISI. 



See 



THE DEPUTY, by Rolf Hochhuth; trans- 
lated by Richard & Clara Winston; 
preface by Albert Schweitzer. New 
York, Grove Press. 352 p. 5 acts. 
Appl. author: Grove Press, Inc., 
employer for hire of Richard & Clara 
Winston. © Grove Press, Inc.; 2Mar64; 
DP 538 4. 

DERBY STAKES; television production 
by Nick G. Greene. 1 v. © Nick 
G. Greene; 31Jan64; C16421. 

DERNIER SAUVAGE. See 
L 1 ULTIMO SELVAGGIO. 

THE DESERT, a play in three acts, 
thirteen scenes, by Herbert Hart 
Hutner. 1 v. © Herbert Hart 
Hutner; 19Jun64; DU60497 . 

A DESERT, A HIGHWAY, a one-act play by 
Darius Leander Swann. New York, 
Friendship Press. 32 p. © Friend- 
ship Press, Inc.; Uun63; DP5273- 

DESIRE WITHOUT FAITH, by Sy Ettinger. 
77 1. A play in 6 acts. © Sy Sol 
Ettinger; 4Jun64; DU6035 1 * . 

DESMOND HILL, a play in three acts by 
P. J. Barry. 1 v. © Philip James 
Barry; 12Mar64; DU59746. 

DESTINY AWAITS by Marshall Jacobs. 
108 1. A play in three acts. 
© Marshall Rodney Jacobs; 24Feb64; 
DU59620. 

DESTINY SOUNDS A TRUMPET FOR THE UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA, by Guy C. Shearer. 
6 1. A lecture. © Guy Cooper 
Shearer; Uun64 ; CI6854 . 



THE DETOUR, a new play by Martin 
Walser; English adaptation by Leo 
Kerz. 72 1. 3 scenes. NM: editorial 
revisions. © Leo Kerz; 8jun64; 
DU6O372 . 

THE DEVIL LIVES IN HEAVEN, an original 
screenplay by Veronica Thomas. 60 1. 
© Veronica Thomas; 26Feb64; DU59629. 

DEVIL MAY CARE, a comedy in three acts 
by Alan Melville. London, S. French. 
84 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Alan Melville; 19Nov63; DFO-1271. 

THE DEVIL YOU SAY; an epic comedy in 
thirteen canters beginning and end- 
ing in limbo by Alfred Le Vinson. 
1 v. © Alfred Levinson; 17Feb64; 
DU59554. 

DEVIL'S CHURN, a one-act melodrama by 
Richard D. Smith. 28 1. © Richard 
D. Smith; 13Feb64; DU59550. 

A DEVIL'S CIRCUS, a play in three acts 
by Joseph Burger. 1 v. © Joseph 
Burger; 24jun64; DU60523. 

DEVIL'S DISCIPLE. See 
SPEAK OF THE DEVIL. 

THE DEVIL'S HELPING HAND, a two act 
play by Herbert W. Gestl. 
31 1. © Herbert W. Gestl; l8Jun64; 
DU60489. 

THE DEVIL'S WEB, by Charles M. Tanner. 
29 1. A play. © Charles M. Tanner; 
9Apr64; DU59986. 

THE DIABETIC DIET TEACHING TAPE; script 
by Virginia Toews Stucky. 19 1. 
© Virginia Toews Stucky; 2Jun64; 
C16857 . 

DIAL ANXIETY, created by Arthur Henley 
Productions. 8 1. A script for a 
radio program. © Arthur Henley; 
l8Feb64; C16530. 

DIALOGUE OF A DEMOCRACY, a poem-play 
by Millicent Spaulding Eifler. 
13 1. © Millicent Spaulding Eifler; 
24Jun64; DU60524. 

DIAMOND TURNING TO SPACE AGE REQUIRE- 
MENTS WITH SPECIALLY DESIGNED LATHE, 
by Joseph V. Milo. 1 v. Technical 
paper. © Joseph V. Milo; 15May64; 
CI6883. 

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NERVOUS PERSONS AND 
NERVOUS PATIENTS, by Mrs. Abraham A. 
Low. 7 1. A script for a tape re- 
cording. © Mrs. Abraham A. Low; 
l8May64; CI68O3. 

DIG THAT CRAZY WEATHERMAN: SAM SUN- 
SHINE, by Al LaGuire (Orville A. 
LaGuire) 2 1. © Al LaGuire; 
9Jan64; CI6319. 

DIMENSIONS IN DRAMA, six plays of crime 
& punishment, edited by J. Kent Clark 
& Henry Dan Piper. New York, Scrib- 
ner. 573 p. © on apparatus eriticus; 
Charles Scribner's Sons; 5Feb64; 
A679240. 

DIMITRI SCHOSTAKOWITSCH: DIE NASE; 
Oper in drei Akten und einem Epilog; 
Text vom Komponisten nach der Novelle 
von Gogol; Deutsche Ubertragung von 
Helmut Wagner und Karl Heinz Fussl. 
Textbuch. [Vienna] Universal Edition. 
44 p. (UE 13440) Text in German. 
© Universal Edition, A.. G. 30May63; 
• DF1717. 

DINKY, a musical comedy in two acts. 
Book & lyrics by Gene O'Bannon 
(Eugene O'Bannon); music by Johnny 
Swinson (John Swinson) 1 v. 
© Gene O'Bannon & John Swinson; 
17Feb64; DU59566. 



A DIPLOMATIC MISSION, an original story 
written and adapted for television 
by J. E. Shaw. 33 1. © Jay E. Shaw; 
9Mar64; DU59589. 

DISCOUNT DOLLARS, by Harold Fred 
Hughes. A TV & radio commercial. 
© Harold Fred Hughes; 31Dec63; 
CI6307 . 

THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA, by Aaron 

Ruben. 2 1. © Aaron Ruben; l6Apr64; 
C16762. 

THE DISRUPTED PERFECTIONISTS, an 
original story written & adapted 
for television by Michael A. Sullivan. 
34 1. © Michael A. Sullivan; 13Jan64; 
DU59256. 

THE DISSONANT LULLABY, by Mrs. Walter 
Kocher, Sr. 1 v. A play in two 
acts. ©Mrs. Walter Kocher, Sr.; 
3Feb64; DU59427. 

DO THEY REALLY MEAN IT? Recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 12 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16395- 

DO YOU KNOW; Volume 1, series 1, arti- 
cles 1 & 2, by Loomis 0. Bunker. 
2 v. 2 scripts. © Loomis 0. Bunker; 
8May64; C16771-16772 . 

DOCTEUR MIRACLE. See 
DOCTOR MIRACLE. 

DOCTOR, A ESTACAZOS! See 
TEATRO PARA JOVENES. 

DR. KILDARE, BLESSED ARE THEY THAT 
COMFORT, by Jean Campbell. 36 1. 
A play for television in three acts. 
© Jean Campbell; 27Feb64; DU59638. 

DOCTOR MIRACLE. (Le Docteur Miracle) 
An operetta In one act by Georges 
Bizet; English version by David Har- 
ris; original libretto by Leon Battu 
& Ludovic Halevy. London, Oxford 
University Press. 26 p. Libretto. 
© Oxford University Press; 26Feb64; 
DFO-1286. 

DR. TERROR'S HOUSE OF HORRORS; screen- 
play by Milton Subotsky, based on 
stories by Alexandre Dumas & others. 
110 1. © Amicus Productions, Ltd.; 
5Jun64; DU60455. 

DOES THE ARTIST NEED THE CRITIC? A 
farce in two scenes by Myron Mayers. 
5 1. © Myron Mayers; l4Feb64; 
DU59537. 

A DOLL'S HOUSE: i960, a play in two 
acts by Irvin Stock. 73 1. © Irvin 
Stock; l6Mar64; DU59879- 

DON CARLO. See 
DON CARLOS. 

DON CARLOS. (Don Carlo) 13088. Von 
Giuseppe Verdi. Oper in vier Akten 
nach Schlllers Drama von Josephe Mery 
& Camille du Locle; Italienischer 
Text von Antonio Ghislanzoni; neue 
deutsche Ubersetzung von Hans 
Swarowsky. Milano, RIcordi. 288 p. 
Vocal score. © G. Ricordi & C, 
S.P.A.; 31Dec63; DF1722. 

DON DEAN. 54 1. A play in three acts. 
© James V. Mellen; 20Apr64; DU60O5O. 

DONA ROSITA, THE SPINSTER. See 
FIVE PLAYS. 

DONNA DIANA; Lustspiel von Don Augustin 
Moreto; Buhnenbearbeitung von Jurgen 
Fehling, Neufassung der Bearbeitung. 
Hamburg, R. Bars Buhnenverlag. 68 p. 
5 acts. © Richard Bars Buhnenverlag, 
K.G., "Die Rampe"; 27Apr64; DFO-1306. 



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DONNA LEGGERA MISTERO; in due atti de 
Louise Tosi. 9 1. © Louise Tosl; 
Uun64; DU60454. 

DON'T SEND CHRISTMAS CARDS TO YOUR 
ANALYST; one-act play by Frederick 
C. Dyer. 15 1. © Frederick C. Dyer; 
l6Mar64; DU59760. 

THE DOOR; 3 act play by William John 
Patterson. 72 1. NM: additions & 
revisions. © William John Patterson; 
9Mar64; DU59725. 

DORINA. See 

THEATER NIGHT WITH HALO MEADOWS. 

DOUBLE TALK. See 
DECOR. 
SNAP-BACK. 
TAKE A FIX. 

DOUBLE TROUBLE, a comedy in three acts 
by Michael Brett. London, S. French. 
73 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Michael Brett; 220ctb3; DF1700. 

THE DOWN PEOPLE, a play by Willard 
Manus. 130 1. 3 acts. © Willard 
Manus; 2Jan64; DU59159. 

DOWN WITH THE DOUBLE STANDARD; or, 

Ladies first. A fictionalized musical 
history of the suffragette movement in 
the United States, 1900-1919, in two 
acts by John Dooley. 2 v. © John 
Anthony Dooley; l6Apr64; DU60036. 

DRACULA-LAJ A musical comedy in two 
acts; book & lyrics, David Hayes; 
music, Tom Beddoe. 160 1. Libretto. 
© David Hayes; 30Mar64; DU60000. 

THE DRAGON'S CURSE, a play for children 
by Echo G. Ellick. 57 1. 6 scenes. 
With music. © Echo G. Ellick; 
19Feb64; DP5311. 

THE DRAGON'S HEAD, by Ramon Maria del 
Valle-Inclan; translation from the 
Spanish by Lee Fontanella. 67 1. 
A play in five scenes. Translation 
of Farsa infantil de la cabeza del 
dragon. ©Lee Fontanella; 30Mar64 ; 
DU59910 . 

DRAMEN, von Arnold Zweig. Berlin, 
Auf bau-Verlag . 644 p. (Ausgewahlte 
Werke in Einzelausgaben, Band 13) NM: 
"compilation, editorial revision, and 
additional text matter." © Arnold 
Zweig; lAug63 (in notice: 1962); 
AFO-41398. 

DREAM CASINO. Book by Athena Hosey 8c 
Hal Gordon; lyrics by Athena Hosey, 
Hal Gordon & Athaleen Brown. 1 v. 
A play In two acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Athena Hosey 8c Hal Gordon; 
22Jun64; DU60469. 

DREAM OF DELPHI, a play in three acts 
with music by Lewis P. Mansfield. 
1 v. © Lewis P. Mansfield; l4Feb64; 
DU59538.' 

DREAM OF HOME. See 

LAUGHTER IN THE NIGHT. 

THE DREAMS OF MISS WEST, by Josef 
Shefsky. 1 v. 2 acts. © Josef 
Shefsky; 2Mar64; DP5318. 

DREIKORN, by Quality Bakers of America 
Cooperative. 30 sec. radio script. 
© Quality Baiters of America Coopera- 
tive, Inc.; l8Dec63; C16291 . 



THE DRUMS, in memory of President J. F. 
Kennedy, from the Capitol to Arlington, 
Nov. 25, 1963; to be spoken in rhythm 
with the drums, by Victor Courville. 
©Victor Courville; 13Mar64; CI6639 . 



DRUMS OF MORNING, a drama in three 

acts by Marvin Liebman & D. R. Wilde. 

1 v. © Marvin Liebman & Donald R. 
Wilde; 28jan64; DU59366. 

DRY BENDER, a play in two acts by Sydney 
Schiffer. Ill 1. © Sydney Schiffer; 
20May64; DU60273- 

THE DUAL THRONE, by Douglas Moore 
McGilpin. 61 1. A musical play 
in three acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Douglas Moore McGilpin; 24Feb64; 
DU59540. 

DUCHESS OF DISHWATER. See 

THE RIGHT 'ORRIBLE DUCHESS OF 
DISHWATER. 

DUEL. See 

THE FENCING MASTER. 
HIT HIM WITH A SHOE. 
A MATTER OF SISSY. 
OVER THE THRESHOLD. 
TOURNEY. 

THE DUST OF THE GROUND, a play in three 
acts by Robert Cornelius Peters. 
26 1. © Robert Cornelius Peters; 
28jan64; DP5301. 

DUTCHMAN, a play by LeRoi Jones. 1 v. 

2 scenes. © LeRoi Jones; 24jan64; 
DU59321- 

DYLAN, by Sidney Michaels. Based on 
Dylan Thomas in America, by John 
Malcolm Brinnin & Leftover life to 
kill, by Caitlin Thomas. New York, 
Random House. 116 p. 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 29Jun63, 
DU58o4l. NM: preface & revisions. 
© Sidney Michaels; 5Mar64; DP536O. 

DYLAN THOMAS IN AMERICA. See 
DYLAN. 

THE DYNAMIC THEOLOGY OF SCIENTIFIC 
CHRISTIANITY, a lecture on Christian 
Science by Howard H. Irwin. 20 1. 
(Full report, no. 3) © Howard H. 
Irwin; 27Feb64 ; C16642. 

DYNAMITE TONIGHT, an actor's opera in 
2 acts by Arnold Weinstein, words & 
William Bolcom, music. 151 p. 
© Trio Music Co., Inc.; 7Jan64; 
DU59231. 



THE EAGLE OF THE ANDES. SEE BOLIVAR. 

EAST BLEEKER, a play by Jack Micheline, 
pseud, of Harvey Silver. 44 1. 
A musical play in fourteen scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Jack Micheline; 
28jan64; DU59367 . 

EASTER, by John W. Morgan. 1 v. A 
drama in three acts. © John W. 
Morgan, Jr.; 6Mar64; DU59708. 

EASY DOES IT, a farce-comedy by Jack 
Perry. 1 v. 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as The whole darn shoot- 
ing match, 21Mar60, DU50665 . 
NM: additions & revisions. © Jack 
Perry & Laurence Feldman; 22Jan64; 
DU59411. 

EBENEZER; two-act musical comedy by 
James Cronin & Bruce Petsche. 
2 v. © James Cronin 8c Bruce A. Pet- 
sche; 20Jan64; DU59419. 

ECLIPSE OF THE HONEYMOON, by Cliff 
Halle, pseud, of Clifford V. Hall. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Cliff 
Halle; 26Jun64; DU60552. 

ECONOMIC THESIS: TECHNICAL WORKERS 
EXPORTATION DIVISION (TWED), by 
Charles L. Wilson. 4 1. © Charles 
L. Wilson; 23Dec63; CI6336. 



EDEN, INC. See 
OMEGA. 

EDGAR ALLAN POE ' S MASQUE OF THE RED 
DEATH, adapted as a one-act play by 
Robert Brome. Franklin, Ohio, El- 
drldge Pub. Co. 18 p. (Eldridge 
popular one-act playscrlpts) © Robert 
Brome; lSep63; DP5279. 

THE EDUCATION OF JOHNNY BLOOD, an 
immorality play in two acts by 
Frank Nole, pseud, of Henry F. 
Salerno. 71 1. © Henry F. Salerno; 
3Jun64; DU6O347. 

THE EIDERDOWN QUILT, by Despi Tralis. 
13 1. A play. © Despi Tralis; 
3Feb64; DU59447. 

EIGHT/FIVE EXPLOSION.' Recording script 
for Pontlac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 12 1. © Pontlac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
7Feb64; C16462. 

EIGHT WOMEN - AND A GHOST, a murder 
mystery in three acts by John Kirk- 
patrick. New York, S. French. 
81 p. © Samuel French, Inc.; 14Nov63; 
DP5255. 

THE i860 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION 
WHICH NOMINATED PRESIDENT LINCOLN, a 
lecture by Guy C. Shearer. 12 l. 
© Guy Cooper Shearer; l6Mar64; Cl66l4. 

EL DORADO. See 
HISPANO-AMERICA. 

ELEANOR ROOSEVELT: A RECOLLECTION. 
See 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

ELECTRIC FURNACE OPERATOR'S GUIDE. See 
ROEBLING ELECTRIC FURNACE OPERATOR'S 
GUIDE. 

THE ELECTRONOVAC GASSER, a farce in 
three acts by Tom Erhard. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 67 p. (El- 
dridge 3-act playscrlpts) © Eldridge 
Pub. Co.; lSep63; DP5283. 

THE ELEGANT WAY TO GO: Recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 8 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16412. 

THE ELEPHANT'S BIRTHDAY PARTY, by 
Marilyn Lask. A one-act play for 
children. 6 1. © Marilyn Lask; 
4jun64; DU60357 . 

THE ELEPHANT'S TAIL: OBJECTIVITY IN 
PERSPECTIVE; lecture by Martha Pingel 
(Martha Pingel Taylor) 8 1. © Martha 
Pingel Taylor; 10Mar64; C16627. 

THE ELEVEN O'CLOCK DOOR, a play with 
songs; an original play with lyrics 
composed & written by Charlotte Ed- 
wards (Marie Charlotte Edwards Rior- 
dan) 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Mrs. John J. Riordan; 6Apr64 ; 
DU60025 . 

ELEVEN PLAYS, an introd. to drama, 
edited by Gerald Weales. 1st ed. 
New York, Norton. 617 p. © on com- 
pilation, pref., What is a play? 
bibliography 8c footnotes; W. W. Norton 
8c Co., Inc.; 2Mar64; A680687. 

ELI AND EMILY, by Myron Levoy. 23 1. 
A play in one scene. © Myron Levoy; 
17Jan64; DU59306. 



ELISEO; o, El gran aliado. Escrita 
por Jeddu R. Mascorieto. 31 1- 
1 scene. © Jeddu C. R. Rodriguez 
Mascorieto; 26Feb64; DU59626. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



ELMER DAVIS MEMORIAL LECTURE, delivered 
by Herbert Lawrence Block (Herblock, 
pseud.) 33 1. ©Herbert Lawrence 
Block; l4jan64; C16322. 

ELONE. See 

THE ROSE FESTIVAL. 

ELVESZETT PARADICSOM, by Imre Sarkadl. 
89 1. A play in three acts. 
© Ozv. Sarkadi Imrene; l6Mar64; 
DU59872 . 

DI EMESSE KHASSENE. (Quite a wedding) 
Play & poems by Aleph Katz. Niu York, 
Mdinat Yidish. 160 p. Title trans- 
literated. Text in Yiddish. © A. M. 
Katz; 21Feb64; A681672. 

THE EMPEROR'S ITCH; dramatic play in 
two parts, or radio-TV serial, by 
Onello Onelll. Rome, Onello Onelli. 
85 1. © on English translation; 
Onello Onelli; 2Jan64; AFO-41761. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES; or, Once 
upon a tailor; or, The true romance 
of Ferdinand and Isabella; or, How 
America was discovered. By Elsa 
Rael. 79 1- A play-script with 
lyrics in eight scenes. © Elsa 
Rael; 23Jan64; DU59313. 

THE EMPRESS TO NOWHERE, a play by Milton 
Bernard. 1 v. 2 acts. © Milton 
Bernard; 6jan64; DU59191 . 

EMPTY AND WAITING}, a drama in three 

acts by Don Lind. New York, S. French. 
107 p. Includes music for one song. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Mar62, 
DU55109. © Donald C. Lind; 5Dec63; 
DP5258. 

THE EMPTYHANDED PIPER, a one -act play 
by Edward H. Devany. 62 1. © Edward 
Heath Devany; 7May64; DU60200. 

THE ENCHANTED GLASSES, by Harriett 
Grigsby & Terrell Dougan for the 
Junior League of Denver. 7 1- 
3 acts. © Junior League of Denver, 
Inc.; 31Jan64; DP5309. 

THE ENCHANTED SADDLE, by Fred Meitzer. 
1 v. A play in two acts. © Fred W. 
Meitzer; 8Nov63; DP5246. 

ENCOUNTER, by Hamlen Hunt, pseud, of 
Winifred H. Cohen. 11 1. A play. 
© Winifred H. Cohen; 7Apr64; 
DU59971. 

ENCOUNTER; screenplay by Norman C. 
Chaitin. 60 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Times square. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Norman C. Chaitin; 
31Dec63; DU59223. 

THE END OF THE BLOCK, a play in two 
acts by Jaime Arbona. 1 v. © Jaime 
Arbona; 20Feb64; DU59595- 

END OF THE STORY. See 

IN THE PRESENCE OF DEATH. 

THE END OF THE TETHER, by Richard 
Roberts. 107 1. A screenplay. 
© Richard B. Roberts; !May64; DU60149. 

ENDICOTT; opera in three acts and six 
scenes; based on Closet Drama of 
same name by H. W. Longfellow. 50 1. 
Libretto only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DU50200. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Stanton Golding; 29Jan64; 
DU59387 . 

THE ENEMY, a play In three acts by 
George Morrison. 102 1. 
© George N. Morrison; 6Apr64; 
DU59967 . 



ENEMY-GO-ROUND, by Leo Goldman. 28 1. 
A play. © Leo Goldman; 2Apr64; 
DU59945. 

ENFANTS TERRIBLES. See 
THE NIGHTS OF ELIZABETH. 

THE ENIGMA; one hour television plav bv 
Carole Love. 66 1. © Carole N. Love; 
10Jan6l4-; DIK921+3. 

ENTERTAINMENT FOR MRS. OTIS, a play 
by Philip Barber. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Wheatleigh, Inc.; 3Feb64; DU59428. 

ENTFUEHRUNG DER EUROPA. See 
THE ABDUCTION OF EUROPA. 

THE ENVELOPE, PLEASE, by Treva Silver- 
man. 2 1. Dialogue. © Treva 
Silverman; 9Apr64; C16687. 

ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION; RESISTING 
CHANGE IS SOMETIMES COSTLY. 
3 1. Appl. author: George J. Karney. 
© F. W. Means & Co.; 10Jun64 ; C16866. 

EPIGRAMS AND COLORED FLOWERS. See 
THE MULBERRY BUSH. 



EPIPHANY. 
CAGES . 



See 



AN EPISODE OF LIFE ON THE RANGE, an 
original story written and adapted 
for television by Rawhide Reckon. 
30 1. © Rawhide Reckon; 9Mar64; 
DU59592. 

EPPIS OF SOLLY BEINBLOOM. See 
THE EPPIS OF SOLLY BINEBLOOM. 

THE EPPIS OF SOLLY BINEBLOOM. (The 
eppis of Solly Beinbloom) By Harry- 
Seaman. 46 1. A play in two parts. 
© Harry Seaman; 17Dec63; DU59171. 

EQUALITY AND GOVERNMENTAL ACTION, by 
Arthur J. Goldberg. 32 1. © New 
York University; 10Feb64; C16424 . 

ES MEJOR SONAR. 1 v. A play. © Elsa 
M. Torrens; 9Mar64; DU59724. 

ESCAPE TO DUST, by Rosmarln Martel, 
pseud, of Mary S. Joyner. 120 1. 
A play in three acts. © Mary 
S. Joyner; 6Apr64; DU59961. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © Jewish Theological Semi- 
nary of America. 
Abigail, by Harriet Kopp. Chapter 

764. © 31Mar63; DP5323. 
The birthright, by Irwin Gonshak. 

Chapter 745. © l8Nov62; DP5321. 
A child's life, by Irwin Gonshak. 

Chapter 767. © 21Apr63; DP5325. 
Eleanor Roosevelt: A recollection. 
By Virginia Mazer. Chapter 758. 
© 17Feb63; DP5326. 
From the land of Goshen: A story of 
Miriam. By Harriet Kopp. Chapter 
759. © 24Feb63; DP5320. . 
Naomi, by Virginia Radcllffe. Chap- 
ter 763. © 24Mar63; DP5322. 
A woman's place: The story of Deborah. 
By Johanna Johnston. Chapter 762. 
© 17Mar63; DP5324. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © Jewish Theological Semi- 
nary of America . 
Mr. Flanagan, the chaplain, and 

Mr. Lincoln, by Marc Siegel. Chap- 
ter T-98. © HNov62; DP5350. 

EUGENIA VICTORIA HERRERA, de Myrna 
Casas. 60 1. A play in three acts. 
© Myrna Casas; HDec63; DU59155. 



A EULOGY TO TRAVIS GREENE, a tragedy 
of the earth in two acts by Tom 
Skinner- Jones, pseud, of Tommy Ray 
Jones. 1 v. © Tommy Ray Jones; 
17Jun64; DU60439. 

THE EUNUCH, by Terence, pseud, of 
Publlus Terentius Afer; translated, 
with an introd. by Frank 0. Copley. 
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill. 64 p. 
5 acts. (The Library of liberal 
arts) ©Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc.; 
HNov63; A685936. 

THE EUPHORIA BAR, a play by Erwin H. 
Lerner. 101 1. © Erwin H. Lerner; 
2Jun64; DU60344 . 

EVE OF CHRISTMAS. See 
TWO RELIGIOUS DIALOGUES. 

EVENING STAR, a dramatic fantasy by 
Pascal Marco. Based on Mihail 
Eminescu's Luceafarul. 16 1. A 
screenplay. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Pascal Marco; 3Mar64; 
DU59667 . 

AN EVENING WITH BETTY, a romp by Gordon 
Firth. 75 1. A musical play in 2 
parts. Book & lyrics only. © Gordon 
Neal Firth; l8May64; DU60215 . 

EVERY SKIRT A CHALLENGE, a comedy in 
three acts by Lloyd Graham. 121 1. 
© Lloyd Graham; Uun64; DU60331- 

EVERYBODY LOSES, EVERYBODY WINS. 
Recording script for Chevrolet 
Motor Division by Jam Handy Organi- 
zation. 7 1. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
30Jan64; C16406. 

EVERY DAY IN EVERY WAY, a modern comedy 
adapted from Oliver Goldsmith's play 
The good natur'd man. By Marion 
Oliver. April 28, 1964. 43 1. 
3 acts. © Marion Oliver; 15May64; 
DU60319 • 

EVERYDAY THINGS AND THE INNER EYE; 
proposed television program for the 
8-10 year old group by Majorie Hutt. 
17 1. © Majorie Hutt; 2Mar64; 
CI6567. 

EVERYDAY THINGS AND THE INNER EYE. See 
THE RICE PUDDING. 

EVERYTHING'S GOING TO BE ALL RIGHT, a 
play in one act, one set, by Fredda 
Lauren, pseud, of Frieda Fleischman. 
30 1. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
High noon, 21Mar41, 24Sep4l. NM: new 
version. © Frieda Fleischman; 13Mar64; 
DU60024. 

EVIL TROUBLEMAKERS; drama by Sally 
Wilson. 1 v. 3 acts. © Sally 
Wilson; 24Feb64; DU59542. 

EVOLUTION AND THE BIBLE, by Hugh X. 
Lewis. 2 1. © Cedarwood Pub. Co., 
Inc.; 20Jan64; C16344 . 

AN EVOLUTIONAL MATTER, by Rhoda R. 
Nathans. 57 1. A play in three 
acts. © Rhoda Rachel Nathans; 
l4Jan64j DU59270. 

L'EX MADAME FANNY; ovvero, Chiuse le 
case chiuse. Commedia in tre atti 
di Emilio Caglieri. 3k 1. 
© Emilio Caglieri; 6Dec63; DU59831. 

EXCEPTIONALITY 8= AVERAGENESS, by 

Mrs. Abraham A. Low. 6 1. A script 
for a tape recording. © Mrs. Abraham 
A. Low; l8May64; CI6809. 

THE EXCITING NEW BLEND OF STYLE AND 
ACTION IN THE LOW-PRICE FIELD: OLDS- 
MOBILE F-85 FOR 1963. Recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



15 



Jam Handy Organization. ? 1. © Olds- 
mobile Division, General Motors Corp. ; 
30Jan64; C16370. 

EXISTENTIALISM. See 
MECHANICAL DOLL. 

EXODUS REVISITED j WITH DANIELA; sug- 
gested format for proposed record 
album. Prepared by Robert Brotherton 
from notes supplied by Miss Boni . 
5 1. © Daniela Boni; 20Jan64; 
CI6358. 

THE EXPRESS WAS TOO PAST FOR VINNIE 
EDWARDS by Albert A. Bernstein. 
33 1. A play in 29 scenes. © Al- 
bert A. Bernstein; 2Mar64; DU59593. 

EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT, by 
Mrs. Abraham A. Low. 12 1. A script 
for a tape recording. © Mrs. Abraham 
A. Low; l8May64; C16806. 

THE EXTRA INGREDIENT; recording script 
for Diamond Crystal Salt Co. by 
Jam Handy Organization. 12 1. 
©Diamond Crystal Salt Co.; 7Feb64; 
C16440. 

EXTRACURRICULAR, a comedy by William A. 
Clark. Ill 1. 3 acts. © William A. 
Clark; 13Apr64; DU60006. 



F A A REGULATIONS: COMMERCIAL & RE- 
' FRESHER, SECTION A-B, NARRATION. 

2 v. Educational lecture scripts. 
Appl. author: Paul E. Sanderson. 
NM: revisions & additions. 

© Sanderson Films, Inc.; 20May64; 
C16887-16888. 

F-85, MORE CAR FOR YOUR MONEY. See 
OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION IS.' 
F-85, MORE CAR FOR YOUR MONEY. 

THE FACE ON THE BAR ROOM FLOOR, an 
original melodrama by Lillian de la 
Torre (Lillian Bueno McCue) 56 1. 

3 acts. © Lillian de la Torre; 
13Apr64; DU60004. 

THE FACES OF AMERICA; written by Norma 
M. Weller 8c John J. Murphy. 16 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Norma M. Weller 
8c John J. Murphy; l6Jun64; DU604 37. 

FACTS OF LOVE AND LIFE FOR TEEN-AGE 
GIRLS. 1 v. A recording script. 
©Fletcher Smith Studios, Inc.; 
22Jan64; C16426. 

FAITHFUL TO MY DARLINGS, a play in two 
acts by Walter Schwartz. 1 v. 
NM: revisions &• additions. ©Walter 
Schwartz & Shirley Kaye; 20Feb64; 
DU59598. 

FALL MARKETING PERIOD; recording script . 
9 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy Organi- 
zation. © Hess 8c Clark Division of 
Richardson-Merrell, Inc.; 7Feb64; 
C16447. 

FALSE CONFESSIONS. See 
WITNESS TO DESTRUCTION. 

THE FAMILY HOUR, a satirical farce in 
three acts by Alfred Rinaldi. 131 1. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Alfred 
Ernest Rinaldi, Jr.; 10Mar64; DU59804 . 

FAMILY STYLE BREAD? By Quality Bakers 
of America Cooperative. 30 sec. 
radio script. © Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative, Inc.; l8Dec63; 

CI 6288. 

FANNY HILL, A WOMAN OF PLEASURE, a 
scenario for the screen of John 
Cleland's novel by Sydney Chandler, 
pseud, of June Septant . 121 1. 
© Sydney Chandler; 13Jan64; DU59268. 



THE FANTOME CIRCUIT, by Ray Foster 

(Raymond A. Foster) 22 1. A play in 
three acts. © Ray Foster; 4Feb64; 
DU59493. 

FARMER DICK BARONE CHEVROLET. Commer- 
cial script. Appl. author: Eugene 
Robert Tanz. © Cox 8c Tanz Advertising 
Agency; HFeb64; CI65IO. 

FARMERS IN THE DELL, by Franklin Case. 
106 1. A play in three acts. 
© Franklin D. Case; 27Apr64; DU6OIO3. 

FARSA INFANTIL DE LA CABEZA DEL DRAG- 
ON. See 
THE DRAGON'S HEAD. 

FATAPOUFS AND THINIFERS, a musical 
comedy in two acts; based on Pata- 
poufs et f ilifers, by Andre Maurois. 
Book & lyrics by Axel Kaufmann; music 
by Douglas Maurer. 1 v. © Axel 
Kaufmann 8c Douglas Maurer; 8Jun64; 
DU60320. 

THE FAVORITE JAN PEERCE; written by 
Esther Rivka Leff . 36 1. A screen- 
play. © Esther Rivka Leff; 6Mar64 ; 
DU59801 . 



FEARFUL DECISION. 
RANSOM. 



See 



THE FEAST OF LIGHTS, a scenario by 
Edward Longstreth. 9 1. © Edward 
Longstreth; 7Jan64; DU59195. 

FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS: PRIVATE 
PILOT, SECTION A-B, NARRATION. 
2 v. Educational lecture scripts. 
Appl. author: Paul E. Sanderson. 
© Sanderson Films, Inc.; 3Feb64 ; 
C16491-16492. 

FELIPE. (The gypsy from Triana) 

By Maria Moraites. 7 1. A screen- 
play. © Maria Moraites; l8May64 ; 
DU60263- 

THE FENCING MASTER, by Henry M. Shaw 8c 
R. David Cox. Written for the 
thirty-minute television series: 
Duel. 18 1. © R. David Cox 8c 
Henry M. Shaw; 17Jan64; DU59307. 

FERRARO OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC. Commercial 
script. Appl. author: Eugene Robert 
Tanz. © Cox 8c Tanz Advertising 
Agency; l6Mar64; Cl66l6. 

A FEW FRIENDS NAMED MARY, by Wyatt 
Cooper. 60 1. A play. © Wyatt 
Cooper; 17Jan64; DU59303. 

A FEW SKITS AND SONG ABOUT THINGS RIGHT 
AND WRONG WITH THE WORLD, THE CHURCH 
AND YOU, written by Richard Wilson. 
1 v. Book 8c lyrics only. © Richard 
Sewell Wilson; 25Jun64; DU60463. 

LA FIDANZATA DEL BERSAGLIERE; commedia 
in tre atti di Edoardo Anton. (In 
Ridotto. anno 13, n.10, p. 19-43. 
Venezia) © Edoardo Anton; 310ct63; 
DFO-1284. 



FIDO AND THE FELINE; story & screen- 
play written by Ricou Browning & 
Jack Cowden. 1st draft Mar. 25, 1964. 
64 1. © Ricou Browning 8c Jack 
Cowden; 30Mar64 ; DU59917 . 



FIELDMEN'S BLUNDER, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Leland H. Bishop. 31 1. Appl. 
author: Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© Leland H. Bishop; 30Mar64 ; DU59904. 

FIERSTIEN BROTHERS OLDSMOBILE. Commer- 
cial script. Appl. author: Eugene 
Robert Tanz. © Cox & Tanz Advertis- 
ing Agency; l6Mar64; Cl66l8. 



FIFTY-FIVE'S FIVE O'CLOCK SOUNDS, 
written by Donald Janse & Peter 
Van Deusen. 1 v. A play. 
© Donald L. Janse 8c Peter M. 
Van Deusen; HJun64; DU60411. 

THE 57TH CHARMER, a new play by Eugene 
Goldschlag. 1 v. 3 acts. © Eugene 
Goldschlag; 31Mar64; DU59927. 

THE FIGHTERS, a television series 
created & written by Thomas Russel. 
Based upon characters from his novel 
Thunderbird breed. 42 1. A tele- 
vision play. © Thomas Russel; 
20Jan64: DU59412. 

FILIPE; original story and shooting 
script by Robert Vavra. 7 1. 
© Robert Vavra; 19Feb64; DU59683. 

LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT, by Lecocq; 
new translation by Ian Englemann. 
1 v. A musical play in three acts. 
Libretto. Text in English. Trans- 
lation of original text in French 
by Clairville, Siraudin 8c Koning. 
© Ian Manson Engelmann; 2Jan64; 
DU59431. 

FILM REPORT: ARMCO 4 10 CB STAINLESS 
STEEL. Recording script for 
Armco Division, Armco Steel Corp. 
by Jam Handy Organization. 11 1. 
© Armco Division, Armco Steel Corp.; 
30Jan64; C16401. 

FILS DE PERSONNE; ou, Plus que le sang. 
By Henry de Montherlant; edited by 
France Anders; Germalne Bree, general 
ed. New York, Macmillan. 130 p. 
4 acts. NM: additions. © Macmillan 
Co.; 30Mar64; A68706I. 

FILS PRODIGUE. See 

LE SIGNE DE PATIENCE, ET AUTRES 
PIECES DU THEATRE DES YUAN. 

FILTON'S FOLLY, by Charles Myler. 74 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Charles Myler; 
May64; DU60152. 

THE FIND, a play for the screen by 
William Maron. 10 1. © William 
Maron; l6Mar64 ; DU59866. 

THE FINEST, by Crane Johnson. 1 v. 
A play in four parts. © Crane 
Johnson; 3Jan64; DU59316. 

FINEST OF THE WINNING WIDE TRACK BREED, 
SHOW-POWER STYLING; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 7 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16383. 

FINIS FOR OSCAR WILDE, a biographical 
drama in two acts by Edward A. 
Molloy. 1 v. © Edward A. Molloy; 
21Jan64; DU59414 . 

FINISH FIRST.' Recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 6 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb63; C16428. 

THE FINK AND I, a teleplay, part I of a 
series by Robert J. McFadden. 50 1. 
2 acts. © Robert J. McFadden; 
llMar64; DU59807. 

THE FIREMAIDEN, by Judy Heiken Mario- 
nettes. 12 1. A play in 4 scenes. 
© Jack E. 8c Judith E. Heiken d.b.a. 
Judy Heiken Marionettes; lMay64; 
DU60151. 

THE FIRST CHRISTMAS, THIS IS THE DAY 
THAT WAS, a radio program designed 
for play on Christmas Day. Written 
by Murry Woroner. 1 v. © Murry 
Woroner d.b.a. Woroner Productions; 
Uun64; CI6856. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



FIRST FEDERAL, a three-act musical 
comedy by Paul Thomas Connors . 
1 v. Book & lyrics only. © Paul 
Thomas Connors; 25May64; DU60327 . 

FIRST LADY; recitation to our First Lady, 
Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy, by William R. 
Bye. © William R. Bye; 30Mar64; 
CI6655 . 



FIRST MAM ON THE MOON. 
THE BIG CHEESE. 



See 



THE FIRST MRS. BENNETT, a play in four 
scenes by Evan Chapman, pseud, of 
Eva Czap. 103 1. © Eva Czap; 
4Mar64; DU59690. 

THE FIRST WORLD WAR; written by Ray 
Lewis & Maurice H. Zouary. 103 1. 
A screenplay. © Filmvideo Releasing 
Corp.; l&Feb64; CI6573. 

FIVE E'S MAKE AN A; recording script 
for Whirlpool Corp. 1 .v. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
©Whirlpool Corp.; 7Feb64; C16479. 

THE 500TH W. A. C, a comedy in one act 
for five women by Frank Bryce. Lon- 
don, Deane. 20 p. (Deane's series 
of plays) © Frank Bryce; 4Apr63; 
DFI7I3 . 

FIVE KEYS TO DEATH, an original screen- 
play by Frank Thomas, Jr. 212 1. 
©Frank Thomas, Jr.; 9Mar64; DU59718. 

FIVE O'CLOCK SHADOW, a musical comedy 
by Dorothy M. Ellis. Lyrics by Dorothy 
M. Ellis & Francis Aycock; music by 
Wes McWain; additional music by 
Stefen Ney & Norbert Gingold. 102 1. 

2 acts. Book & lyrics only. NM: re- 
visions & additions. © Dorothy M. 
Ellis; l6Apr64; DU60171. 

FIVE PLAYS; comedies & tragicomedies by 
Federlco Garcia Lorca; translated by 
James Graham-Lujan & Richard L. 
O'Connell. Norfolk, Conn., J. Laugh- 
lin. 246 p. (A New directions book) 
With music. Contents: The Billy-Club 
puppets.— The shoemaker's prodigious 
wife. — The love of Don Perllmplin and 
Belisa in the garden. — Dona Rosita, 
the spinster. — The butterfly's evil 
spell. NM: revisions 8= additions. 
© New Directions; HMar64 (in notice: 
1963); A682749. 

FIVE STEPS TO SERVICE HEALTH; script 
for a sound slidefilm. 21 1. 
© Pure Oil Co.; 24Apr64 ; C16719- 

FIVE THOUSAND WEST LAWRENCE AVENUE, by 
David Rush. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© David Rush; 4May64; DU6OI63. 

FIXING OF THE HAIR; play in three 
acts by Philip M. Smith. 65 1. 
© Philip M. Smith; 4Mar64; DU59695 . 

THE FLAG BEARER, a play in three acts 
by Wallace Dace. 134 1. © Wallace 
Dace; 10Jun64 ; DU60407. 

FLAG ON THE NORTH SHORE, by Betty 
Zook Attwell. 187 1. 4 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1961, DP4622. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Betty 
Zook Attwell; llMar64; DU598OO. 

FLAME, a 1-act play by Shaunee Laurence 
(Shaunee Laurence Broudy) 29 1. 
© Shaunee Laurnece Broudy; l8Jun64; 
DU60492 . 

FLAX INTO GOLD, the story of Rumpel- 
stiltskln. A junior school opera; 
libretto by Catherine Storr; music by 
Hugo Cole. London, Chappell. 19 p. 
(Chappell music for education, 46532) 

3 scenes. Libretto. NM: additions. 
© Chappell 8c Co., Ltd.; 31Dec63; 
DFO-1264 . 



FLEDERMAUS. See 
THE BAT. 

FLIGHT COMPUTER: COMMERCIAL & REFRESHER, 
SECTION A-C, NARRATION. 3 v. Edu- 
cational lecture scripts. Appl. 
author: Paul E. Sanderson. NM: 
revisions Se additions. © Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; 20May64; CI6889-I6891. 

FLIGHT COMPUTER, SECTION A: PRIVATE 
PILOT, by Paul E. Sanderson. Rev. 
21 1. Script of a disc recorded 
narration to be reproduced as an edu- 
cational lecture. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 6Apr64; C16668. 

FLIGHT COMPUTER, SECTION B: PRIVATE 
PILOT, by Paul E. Sanderson. Rev. 

14 1. Script of a disc recorded 
narration to be reproduced as an edu- 
cational lecture. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 6Apr64; CI6670. 

FLIGHT COMPUTER, SECTION C: PRIVATE 
PILOT, by Paul E. Sanderson. Rev. 

15 1. Script of a disc recorded 
narration to be reproduced as an edu- 
cational lecture. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 6Apr64; C16669. 

THE FLIGHT OF AN OX, a piece of drama 
in an act. 23 1. © Kenneth L. 
Evans; 20Apr64; DU60111. 



FLIGHT OF THE SEAGULL. 
ANTON. 



See 



FLOR DE MAL, a play in three acts by 
Madolin Cervantes. 92 1. Text in 
English. © Madolin Cervantes; 
6Jan64; DU59183. 

FLUNG ROSES, a play by Raymond McGlynn. 
124 1. 3 acts. © Francis Raymond 
McGlynn; 23Apr64; DU6OO93. 

FLY WITH LOVE, a musical playlet in 
one act. Music & lyrics by Dupor 
A. Georges (Duport A. Georges); 
book by Dupor A. Georges & John H. 
Harris. 1 v. NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Duport A. Georges 
(Georges Dupor 3 pseud.) & John H. 
Harris; 15Jan64; DU59339. 

FLYING MOUSE. See 
THE BAT. 

LA FOIRE AUX SENTIMENTS; comedle en 
trols actes de Roger Ferdinand. (in 
Les Oeuvres libres. no 212, p.l8l- 
272. Paris) © Roger Ferdinand; 
30Jan64 (in notice: 1963); DFO-1295. 

FOLLOW UP GOOD LOOKS JINGLE, FALL I963, 
by Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive. 1 v. 60 sec. radio script. 
© Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive, Inc.; l8Dec63; C16290. 

FOLLOW UP ON GOOD LOOKS, by Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative. 
60 sec. television script. © Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative, Inc.; 
8Apr64; CI6675. 

FOLLOWING THE STAR, a Christmas pageant 
or play by Lucile Crites Sligh. 20 1. 
4 scenes. © Lucile Crites -Sligh; 
31Jan64; DU59379- 

THE FOOL ATTACHED TO HIS BELLS, a 
harlequin play by Lars Forssell; 
translated from the Swedish by 
Harry G. Carlson. 23 1. 5 scenes. 
Swedish title: Narren som tillhorde 
sina bJSllror. © Harry G. Carlson; 
l6Dec63; DU59163. 

FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE.' A musical revue In 
two acts; book & lyrics by Helen 
Kromer; music by Frederick Silver. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 74 p. Book 
& lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 



reg. DU54534. NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Helen Lenore Kromer; 
l8Jun63 (in notice: 1961); DP5269. 

FOR LOVE AND MONEY. See 
CAREER WOMAN. 

FOR PETE'S SAKE! A play by Joseph N. 
Early & Anne Lyons Early. 157 1. 
3 acts. © Joseph N. Early & Anne 
Lyons Early; 24Jun64; DU60520. 

FOR SALE. See 

THE REBELS AND OTHER PLAYS. 

FOR SOME THING DIVINE, a play in one 
act by Bruce Collins. 30 1. 
© Bruce A. Collins; 31Dec63; 
DU59335 ■ 

FORD, a chronicle in three acts by 

A. U. Chapman. 1 v. © A. U. Chapman; 
3Jan64; DU59173. 

FORD QUALITY CAR CARE RADIO SERIES 
N0.1, by Dayton Allen. 1 v. 
4 radio commercial scripts. © Dayton 
Allen; l8Feb64 ; CI6529. 

FOREVER AFTER, a Fairyland intrigue; 
narrative, music 8c lyrics by Esther 
B. Glaser. 32 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DU48442. © Esther B. Glaser; 
4Jun64; DU60355. 

FOREVER HIS, a one act play by Florence 
Mesler Scott. 19 1. © Florence 
Mesler Scott; 3Feb64; DU59448. 

THE FORGERS OF ROME, a comedy by 
Richard C. Sewell. 117 1. 2 acts. 
© Richard C. Sewell; 7Feb64; DU59463. 

THE FORGOTTEN LEGEND, a play for 
Christmas for 6 women by Shawn 
Dennis, pseud, of Leone Richardson. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 
15 p. (Eldridge Christmas enter- 
tainments) ©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
lSep63; DP5277. 

FORM 4780PLM, a farce in one act by 
Charles Haun. 15 1 . © Charles 
Haun; 4May64; DU60162. 

A FORTUNE TO SHARE, by Personnel 

Research Institute. 1 v. © Samuel 
Louis Kaplan d.b.a. Personnel 
Research Institute; 26Dec63; C16490. 

FORTY-SECOND COMMERCIAL PROGRAMME; 
no. 4-40, no. 5-40, no.6-4o, no.7-40, 
by Victor van der Linde Co. 4 1. 
Radio commercial scripts. © Dolcin 
Corp.; 17Jan64; CI6325 . 

FORTY-SECOND COMMERCIAL. PROGRAMME; 

no. 8-40 — 11-40. Sixty-second commer- 
cial programme; no.162-60 — 163-60. 
By Victor van der Linde Co. 1 v. 6 
Radio commercial scripts. © Dolcin 
Corp.; 14Feb64; CI65I8. 

FOUR DAYS; four days or Incidents before 
January 18, 1964: Light up: President 
Segni ' s visit. Panama. Novice or 
expert. By Ray Sallack. 5 1. 
4 television scripts. © Ray Sallack; 
17Feb64; CI65II. 

4 MEN, 5 WOMEN, 1 INTERIOR, a comedy In 
three acts by Joseph Baldwin. 1 v. 
© Joseph B. Baldwin; 3Feb64; DU59486. 

FOUR OBSERVATIONS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON 
CARVER . See 

GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER, A BIOGRAP- 
GICAL STUDY. 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



17 



FOUR-SEASON SALES REASONS; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 14 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16396. 

4 TELEVISION SKITS: Understanding, 

Southern belle, C. I. A., M. C. Smith 
and TV. 1 v. © Deric Washburn & 
Rudolph Worlitzer; 27Mar64; CI665O, 
16648-16649, 16647. 

FRA DIAVOLO. See 

D. F. E. AUBER'S FRA DIAVOLO. 

THE FRAGILE POTSHERD; scenes from the 
life of a musician; a play in three 
acts by Lee Brian. 76 1. © Sylvan 
Karchmer; 10Feb64; DU59480. 

FRANKFURTERS by One Forty 4four Corp. 
No. 2150-30. 60 sec. radio commer- 
cial. © One Forty Four Corp.; 
15Jan64; C16357. 

FRANKFURTERS by One Forty Four Corp. 
60 sec. radio commercial. © One 
Forty Four Corp.; 15Jan64; C16348. 

FREE THEM. 60 1 . A play in 3 acts. 
© Charlie Belle Warren; lMay64 ; 
DU60218. 

FREEDOM LAND, a film by Alan Gorg. 
67 1. A screenplay. © Alan Gorg; 
lApr64; DU59939. 

THE FRIAR, by Andrew Bauer. 1 v. 
A play in three acts. © Andrew 
Bauer; HJun64; DU60415. 

FRIAR BACON AND FRIAR BUNGAY, by Robert 
Greene; edited by Daniel Seltzer. 
Lincoln, University of Nebraska 
Press. 106 p. (Regents Renaissance 
drama series) © University of 
Nebraska Press; 310ct63; A671097. 

FRIDAY. See 

TWO ONE-ACT PLAYS. 

FRIEDEN. See 

ARISTOPHANES: DER FRIEDEN. 

A FRIEND OF SAHARA, a play by R . G. 
Vliet. 1 v. J acts. © R. G. Vliet; 
6Jan64; DU59I87 . 

FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS; two plays by 
Arkady Leokum. 1 v. © Arkady 
Leokum; 24 Jun64 ; DU60522. 

FRIENDS AND RELATIONS, a play in 3 
acts by Jerome J. Schwartz. 1 v. 
© Jerome J. Schwartz; l8Feb64; 
DU59573- 

FRITO, by The Junior League of Corpus 
Chris,ti, Tex. Puppet Group. 10 1. 
A play in two acts. Appl. author: 
Alice R. Alsup. © Junior League of 
Corpus Christi, Tex.; 19Feb64; 
DU59583: 

FROGS. See 

ARISTOPHANES' THE FROGS. 

FROLICKING AND POLITICKING, a record- 
ing script by Jim Hill. 13 1- 
© Jim Hill; 9Jun64; CI6863. 

FROM CAT WHISKER TO TRANSISTOR. 100 1. 
© Robert W. Capps; 10Mar64; C16628. 

FROM HELL TO HEAVEN ON ROLLER SKATES, 
a drama in three acts by T. C. Plronti. 
109 1. © T. C. Plronti; 29Jun64; 
DU60557 . 

FROM THE LAND OF GOSHEN: A STORY OF 
MIRIAM. See 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 



FROM WALL TO WALL, by Murray Gitlin. 
153 1. A play in three acts. 
© Murray Gitlin; 13Mar64; DU59752. 

FRONT PAGE LADY; or, Chained love. 
A musical play; book, lyrics & 
music by Magda Neeld. 92 1. 
18 scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© Magda Neeld; 20Mar64; DU60281. 

FRUTO DE UNA IMAGINACION, una pelicula 
original por Ramon Barco del Rio. 
16 1. 5 parts. © Ramon Barco del 
Rio; 28jan64; DU59368. 

THE FUGITIVE, by Paula Procel. 65 1. 
A play in five scenarios. © Paula 
Procel; 17Jan64; DU59305. 

FUGUE by Christopher Blake. 92 1. 
A play in two acts. © Christopher 
Stanislaus Blake; l8Mar64; DU5977 1 *. 

FULVIA, by Marie Waley Starr. 168 1. 
A play in two acts. © Marie Waley 
Starr; 26Mar64; DU59881. 

FUNNY FARM, a characature in chiaro- 
scuro. Lyrics, music & book by 
Ben Andrews (F. Benjamin Andrews J 
& Bob McMahan (Robert H. McMahan) 
2 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Ben Andrews & Bob McMahan; 30Apr64; 
DU60146. 

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO 
THE FORUM, a musical comedy based 
on the plays of Plautus. Book by 
Burt Shevelove & Larry Gelbart; 
music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. 
Illustrated with a drawing by 
Hirschfeld & photographs. New York, 
Dodd, Mead. 107 p. 2 acts. Text & 
lyrics only. Appl. states 8 lyrics 
prev. unpub. © on 8 lyrics; Stephen 
Sondheim; 20May63; DP5314. 

FUNNY YOU SHOULD SAY THAT. Book & 
lyrics by E. Duke Vincent, pseud, 
of Edward M. Ventimlglia; music by 
Mario Lombardo. 1 v. A play in two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© E. Duke Vincent; 17Feb64; DU59523. 



G 



GE PACK AND RACK EQUALS GE JACK. 

Recording script for General Electric, 
Photo Lamp Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 6 1. © General 
Electric, Photo Lamp Division; 30Jan64; 
CI6366. 

THE GALLERY MANAGER, a one-act play by 
Mary Diehl. 59 1- © Mary Diehl; 
8Apr64; DU60131. 

GALLIO, a musical play in two acts 
written by Jeff Coldrey (Albert 
George Jeffery Coldrey) 2 v. 
© Albert George Jeffery Coldrey; 
27Jan64; DU59672. 

GAMES, an opera for children. Libretto 
by Arnold Falleder. 14 1. 1 act. 
Libretto only. © Arnold Edward 
Falleder; 21Apr64; DU60110. 



GARDEN OF EARTHLY DELIGHTS. 
LE JARDIN DES DELICES. 



See 



A GARDEN SHADY, a dramatic codetta by 
Joseph Golden. 16 1. © Joseph 
Golden; 9Jan64; DU59240. 

THE GARGOYLE, a play in two acts by 
Wayne L. Miller; assisted by J. G. 
Frentz. New Orleans, Armada Pub- 
lications. 31 p. © Wayne L. Miller 
d.b.a. Armada Publications of La. & 
John G. Frentz d.b.a. Aramada Pub- 
lications of La. (in notice: Armada 
Publications, Inc.); l8Nov63; DP5261 . 



GASPING FOR BREATH; screenplay by- 
Stefan S. Wenta. 193 1. © Stefan 
S. Wenta; 13Jan64; DU59278. 

THE GATEWAY TO THE WEST, by Charles 
E. Broom. Suggested by an episode 
in the life of James B. Eads. 31 1. 
A musical play in two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Charles E. Broom; 
28Feb64; DU59646. 

GAY HATRED, a three-act serio-comic 
drama with an international flavor 
by Christine Manning, pseud, of 
Edith L. Whlteford. 110 1. 
© Edith L. Whiteford & Mrs. Arnold 
E. Richardson, Jr.; l6Mar64 ; DU59874 . 

A GAZELLE IN PARK LANE, a comedy in 
three acts by Dorothy & Campbell 
Christie. London, S. French. 77 p. 
(French's acting edition) © Dorothy 
Christie & Dorothy Christie, execu- 
trix &/or administrator of the Estate 
of Campbell Christie; 30Jul63; DFI708. 

GEHENNA, by Ed Rible (Edward R. Rible) 
28 1. A play. © Edward R. Rible; 
4May64; DU60157 . 

THE GENERAL, by Thomas Angotti. 43 1. 
A play in four scenes. © Thomas 
Angotti; 2Apr64; DU599>U. 

GENERAL ALEXANDER WILLIAM DONIPHAN; 
written by Don M. Mankiewicz. Final 
draft. 60 1. (Profiles in courage, 
by John F. Kennedy) 4 acts. 
© Robert Saudek Associates, inc.; 
2Jun64; DP5385. 



GENERAL MUZATO; WE SALUTE YOU. 
TV SERIES. 



See 



THE GENERAL REVIEWS THE TROOPS, a play 
in one act by Michael Dines. London, 
S. French. 14 p. (French's acting 
edition) © Michael Dines; 30Apr63; 
DFI699 . 

GENERATION, a comedy by William Good- 
hart. 1 v. 3 acts. © William M. 
Goodhart; llMar64; DU59799. 

GENIUSES AND NURSERY SCHOOL, by Sam 
Levenson (Samuel Levenson) 7 1. 
A monolog. © Samuel Levenson; 
4May64; C16749. 

GEORGE DANTON, by John W. Morgan, Jr. 
1 v. A drama in three acts. 
© John W. Morgan, Jr.; 6Mar64; 
DU59705. 

GFORGF WASHINGTON CARVER. A EIOGHAPHI- 
CAL STUDY; or, Four observations of 
George Washington Carver. A half- 
hour radio script reflecting upon 
four separate stages in Mr. Carver's 
life written by Edward Branch. 27 1. 
4 parts. © Ira Aldridge Society; 
l4Feb64; DU59533- 

GERTRUDE LAWRENCE AS MRS. A. See 
MRS. A. 

GET IN TUNE WITH THE TIMES; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 8 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16411. 

GETTING BACK ON THE TRACK TO THE 
CLOSE; recording script for 
Oldsmoblle Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 12 1. © Oldsmoblle 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
7Feb64; C16449. 

GETTING READY; or, Company for dinner. 
A one act play by L. J. Keister. 
36 1. © Laura Jane Keister; 10Feb64 ; 
DU59498. 



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DRAMAS 



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Jan.-June 



THE GHOST OF LOTABUCKS MANSION, an 
operetta for junior high school; 
written by Jacqueline E. Buss. 
1 v. © Jacqueline E. Buss; 19Mar64; 
DU59787. 

THE GIANT OF NOWHERESVILLE , by Gene 
Mora (Eugene A. Mora) 45 1 . A play. 
© Eugene A. Mora; 8Jun64; DU60377. 

GIANT PROGRESS PROGRAM BOOK, by Clarissa 
P. Schweikert. Franklin, Ohio, El- 
dridge Pub. Co. 198 p. © Eldridge 
Pub. Co.; lSep63; DP5275 . 

GIFT FOR MY BUDDY, by Leo L. Stein. 
51 1. A play in three acts. 
© Leo L. Stein; 27Dec63; DU59220. 



GIFT FOR MY BUDDY. 
UNTIL I DIE. 



See 



THE GIFT OF LIFE by Ruth Gruber Michaels. 
18 1. A play. © Ruth Gruber 
Michaels; 2Mar64; DU59594. 

THE GIFT OF LIGHT, a play in three 
acts by Despi Tralis. 1 v. © Despi 
Trails; l4May64; DU60238. 

A GIFT OF SONG, a family Christmas 
opera in three scenes with inter- 
ludes; words & music by Mary E. 
Caldwell; orchestration by Lauris 
Jones; piano-vocal score by the 
composer. Vocal score. Boosey & 
Hawkes. 147 p. © Boosey & Hawkes, 
Inc.; 4Dec63; DP5265. 

GIRAFFE AND NEVADA; tragedy of modern 
times in five acts 1/2; mono- 
diapolylogues by J. P. Renoux on the 
brightest ideas by Harry McGirt, 
Stella & Jean Pierre Renoux. 13 1. 
© Jean-Pierre Renoux & Harry McGirt; 
6Apr64; DU59956. 

THE GIRL FROM CAT STREET, by C. Y. 
Lee. 105 1. A play in two acts. 
© C. Y. Lee; 10Feb64; DU59467. 

GIRL IN THE KELLY GREEN DRESS. See 
THE LITTLE BIG CITY. 

THE GIRLS, by Mary B. Bush. 4 1. 
A play. © Mary B. Bush; 27May64 ; 
DU60240. 

THE GLAD IN HEART, by Warren Pickett. 
2 v. A musical play in 3 acts. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Warren 
Pickett; 12May64; DU60182. 

GLADYS AND THE MARABOUS-STORKS; screen- 
play. By Amy Mardikian. 4l 1. 
© Amy Mardikian; 17Feb64; DU59685. 

GLORY FOR ME, a play by Paul Allen 
Gardner. 84 1. 3 acts. © Paul 
Allen Gardner; 23Mar64; DU59844 . 

THE GLOUCESTER SPORT'S DAUGHTER, a play 
in three acts by R. A. Kirchhofer. 
93 1. © R. A. Kirchhofer; 17Apr64; 
DU60047 . 

GNISTA, by Harold W. Poe. 1 v. A play 
in three acts. © Harold W. Poe; 
30Mar64; DU59912. 

GO BACK TO ETERNITY, LITTLE DREAM, a 
play in two acts by Edmundo Rivera 
Alvarez. 45 1. © Edmundo Rivera 
Alvarez & Ralphie Rodriguez; 6Mar64; 
DU59714 . 

GO CAREFULLY, MY FRIEND, by Josephine 
M. Simon. 75 1. A play in three 
acts. © Josephine M. Simon; 28Feb64; 
DU5965I. 

GO GOODYEAR; script for sound motion 
picture in color, prepared for Good- 
year Tire & Rubber Co. Writer: 



T. Sassano. 46 1. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 30Mar64 ; C16736. 

GOBBLEDYGOOK. (The terrible troubles 
of Robert Ruggles) A play with 
music for children by David Novak, 
pseud, of David Nowak. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © David Nowak; 
6May64; DU60195 . 

GOD IN THE HAW THICKET, a comedy drama 
in three acts by Cliff Halslip. 85 1. 
© Cliff Haislip; 13Jan64 ; DU59266. 

GOD IS MY ANCESTOR, a play by Michael 
Thomas, pseud, of Michael Thomas 
Grosso. 121 1. 9 scenes. ©Michael 
Thomas; 30Dec63; DU59205. 

GOD WITH A WALKING STICK, a drama of 
life and death in two acts, by 
Sandra Mintz. 1 v. © Sandra Mintz; 
l8Mar64; DU59777. 

GOD'S TREES, by Helen Frazee-Bower; 
dramatization by Woodye Webber Kess- 
ler. Chicago, Moody Press. 15 P. 
Includes music for 1 song. © Moody 
Bible Institute of Chicago; 9Jan64; 
DP5296 . 

GOD'S WIFE. 1 v. A play. © Richard 
C. Coones & Gillean M. Coones; 
2Jul64; DU60534. 

GOING PLACES, a three act play by 
Marjorle Bowman Webb, pseud, of 
Marjorie Wire. 1 v. © Marjorle 
Wire; HFeb64; DU59682. 

GOLD, FRANKINCENSE, CHRISTMAS TREE 
ORNAMENTS, AND MYRRH, a fantasy for 
Christmastime, by Thomas Ohlson. 
83 1. A play in two acts. © Thomas 
M. Ohlson; 2Apr64; DU59943. 

THE GOLD-MAKER, a one-act play by 

Marcus Smith. 38 1. © Marcus Smith; 
28May64; DU60316. 

GOLD, THE NEWEST COLOR IN TELEVISION; 
recording script for Admiral Corp. 
by Jam Handy Organization. 12 1. 
© Admiral Corp.; 7Feb64; C16431. 



GOLDEN FLEECE. 
7 VEILS. 



See 



THE GOLDEN KEY; script for a color 
sound slidefilm in standard aperture 
for Pure Oil Co. Writer: David Well- 
ing. 12 1. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 30Mar64; C16735- 

THE GOLDEN TOUCH, by Geoffrey T. 

Meehan. 16 1. A play for television. 
© Geoffrey T. Meehan; l8Feb64; 
DU59543. 

GOLDEN YEAR; 1964 spring dealer meeting 
script prepared for The Pure Oil Co. 
Writer: Hal Secor. 66 1. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; HMay64 ; 
CI6832 . 

THE GOLDEN YEARS, LET THEM BE YOURS; 
LOSE WEIGHT. 6 1. A recording 
script. © Wayne K. Berge & William 
C. Mount; 13May64; C16790. 

THE GOLDEN YEARS, LET THEM BE YOURS; 
STOP SMOKING. 6 1. A recording 
script. © Wayne K. Berge & William 
C. Mount; 13May64; CI6789. 

GOLDY-LOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS; book 
& lyrics by Dick Turmail (Richard L. 
Turmail); music by Jim Lynn (James 
Lynn) 1 v. 9 scenes. © Richard L. 
Turmail & James Lynn; 10Mar64; 
DU60116. 



DER GOLEM, von Francis Burt; Ballett In 
elnem Bild von Erlka Hanka & Francis 
Burt; elngerlchtet von Ivonne Georgi . 
Klavlerauszug vom Komponisten. 
[Vienna] Universal Edition. 83 p. 
[UE I3853) ©Universal Edition, A.G.; 
15Dec63; DFO-1291. 

GOLGOTHA, a play in two acts by Tom 
Tompkins, pseud, of Alfred S. 
Tompkins. 49 1. ©Alfred S. 
Tompkins; 6Mar64; DU59711. 

GON AND FRANKIE, a screenplay by Hagan 
Powell. 59 1. © Hagan Powell; 
2Jan64; DU59157. 

GOOD MORNING & JUST A HOUSEWIFE. 
(Jester housewife) By Emily E. 
Miller. 1 v. 2 monologues. © Emily 
E. Miller; 9Apr64; CI6683. 

GOOD MORNING, MISS DOVE, a play in 
three acts by William McCleery. 
Based on the novel by Frances Gray 
Patton. New York, S. French. 
73 p. © William McCleery; 23Aug63; 
DP5252. 

GOOD NATUR'B MAN. See 
EVERY DAY IN EVERY WAY. 

GOODBYE, CHARLIE, by Mel Wayne, pseud, 
of Melvin J. Weinrach. Episode 1. 
33 1. 3 acts. Television program 
series. ©Melvin J. Weinrach; 
30Mar64; DU59923. 

GOODBYE, VALHALLA, GOODBYE; an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Freeman Pollard. 31 1. © Freeman 
Pollard; 17Feb64; DU5956O. 

GOODNIGHT GRACE KELLY, WHEREVER YOU ARE, 
by Herbert H. Lieberman. 47 1. A 
play in one act. © Herbert Henry 
Lieberman; 5Feb64; DU595OO. 

GOSSIP, by J. S. Bakshi & Maria Ilio. 
1 v. A screenplay in 29 scenes. 
© Jagmohan S. Bakshi & Maria Illo; 
10Jun64; DU60405. 

GOVERNOR BRADFORD'S DECISION, a drama 
by Helen Edson Slocum. 17 1- 
3 acts. © Helen Edson Slocum; 
28Feb64; DU59647 . 

GOVERNOR JOHN M. SLATON; teleplay by 
Don M. Mankiewicz. Final draft, 
Feb. 7, 1964. 58 1. (Profiles in 
courage, by John F. Kennedy) 4 acts. 
© Robert Saudek Associates, Inc.; 
7Feb64; DP5366. 



GRAN ALIADO. See 
ELISEO. 

GRANDMA & THE EARLY URGE, by Sam 
Levenson (Samuel Levenson) 6 1. 
© Sam Levenson; 3Feb64; C16489. 

GRANDMA SCHMIDT'S BLUE RIBBON BREAD IN 
THE PONY TAIL WRAPPER, by Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative. 1 v. 
One mln. live television script. 
© Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive, Inc.; l8Dec63; CI6294. 

THE GREAT ART TABOR, by Stanton Lammers. 
1 v. A play in two acts. © Stanton 
M. Lammers; 23Mar64; DU59841. 

THE GREAT BIG BANK ROBBERY, a one hour 
television satire by Norman Sak, 
pseud, of Norman Sakowitz. 71 1. 
3 acts. © Norman Sakowitz; 4May64 ; 
DU60167 . 

THE GREAT COMPETITION, a play in five 
scenes by Irwin Chocheles. 53 1. 
© Irwin Chocheles; 28Apr64 ; DU60140. 



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1964 



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GREAT COMPOSERS AND THEIR MUSIC; 

part 1-6 by Jam Handy Organization. 
1 v. Recording scripts for filmstrips 
© Jam Handy Organization; HMar64; 
C16600 . 

GREAT GOOBER GRAB. See 
ROGUERY ON THE RIVER. 



GREAT NEW ENGINEERING FEATURES. See 
OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION IS! 
GREAT NEW ENGINEERING FEATURES. 

THE GREATEST GROWTH SITUATION IN THE 
WORLD; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. It 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16429. 

THE GREATEST SONG, in critique of 
Solomon; freshly & literally trans- 
lated from the Hebrew by Calvin Seer- 
veld. Trinity Pennyasheet Press. 
12 1. 5 parts. © Calvin G. Seerveld; 
9Sep63; DP5347. 

GREEK LINE; narrative with dialogue 

by Wm. Lyman Young. 100 1. A screen- 
play. © Wm . Lyman Young ; 27Mar64 ; 
DU59893 . 

THE GREEN ROOM, a geometric study of a 
situation by Kenneth H. Brown. 48 1. 
A play in one scene. © Kenneth H. 
Brown; 9Mar64 ; DU59716. 

THE GREENHOUSE, by Philip Grayson. 
115 1. A play In two acts. 
© Philip Grayson; 19Jun64; DU60496. 



GREET YOUR NEIGHBOR, a play in one act 
by Clifford Fournier. 42 1. © Clif- 
ford Fournier; 13Apr64; DU60174 . 

GRODOWN, a musical fantasy for children 
by Billie Lou Watt. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Billie Lou 
Watt; 2Jun64; DU60396. 

GUARANTEES UNLIMITED, a shooting script 
for a sound slidefilm in color, pre- 
pared as part of The Learn & Earn 
Program for The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Co. Writer: Junius Eddy. 17 1. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 

f °r hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; HMay64; 
CI6829. 3 ' 

LA GUERRE CIVILE; 3 actes par Henry de 
Montherlant. 1 v. © Henry de Month- 
erlant; 2Mar64 ; DU59549. 



GUIDEPOSTS TO THE USED CAR SALE: 
CUSTOMER OBJECTIONS. Recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 12 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 30Jan64; 016377. 

GULLIBLE' S VICTORY, by Camilla Wolak 
(Mrs. William Wolak) 41 1. A play 
in 5 scenes. © Camilla Howes Wolak; 
26May64; DU60307. 



GYPSY FROM TRIANA . 
FELIPE. 



See 



H 



HAIRY HIPS, a play in one act by James 
Kamins. 35 1. © James Kamins; 
6Feb64; DU59516. 

HALF BRIGHT SCHOLAR. See 
KINDRED SPIRITS. 

HAM by One Forty Four Corp. 

No. 2152-30. 60 sec. radio commer- 
cial. © One Forty Four Corp.; 
15Jan64; CI6356. 

HAM by One Forty Four Corp. 

No. 2152-60. 60 sec. radio commer- 
cial. © One Forty Four Corp.; 
15Jan64; C16351. 



HAMILTON FISH; written by David Karp. 
Final draft. 6l 1. (Profiles in 
courage, by John F. Kennedy) 4 acts. 
© Robert Saudek Associates, Inc.; 
22May64; DP5390. 

HAMLETTA. See 

THEATER NIGHT WITH HALO MEADOWS. 

HAMSTER IN THE DISHWASHER, a farce in 
three acts by Nell Shipman. 103 1. 
A play. © Nell Shipman; 26Feb64; 
DU59632. 

HANDLING FRUSTRATIONS, by Mrs. Abraham 
A. Low. 11 1. A script for a tape 
recording. © Mrs. Abraham A. Low; 
l8May64; C16808. 



THE HANGMAN'S LOOSE, a one act mystery- 
comedy by R. L. Sweeney. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 28 p. (El- 
dridge popular one-act playscripts) 
©Eldridge Pub. Co.; lSep63; DP528I. 

HANNO UOCISO IL MILIARDARIO; commedia 
in 3 atti di Achille Saitta. 1 v. 
© Achille Saitta; l8Dec63; DU59828. 

HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN, by Nancy P. 
Popkin. 48 1. A play in two acts. 
© Nancy P. Popkin; 27Feb64; DU59640. 



HANSEL AND GRETEL. 2 v. 
play in 3 acts. Book 8 
With teaching guide. <i 
Inc . ; 6Jan64 ; DU59315 . 



A musical 
lyrics only. 
Opera Profiles, 



HAHNEMANN MEDI-DISC. See 

CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS, PROGRAM III. 
CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE, PROGRAM IV. 
CONSTIPATION AND DIARRHEA, PROGRAM V. 

CORONARY HEART DISEASE, PROGRAM I. 
HYPERTENSION. 



THE HAPPENING, an original screenplay 
shooting script by Pierre-Domenique 
Galsseau & William Dufty. 1 v. 
© Pierre-Domenique Gaisseau & 
William F. Dufty; lApr64; DU59933. 



THE HAPPY BAR, a play in three acts 
by Kenneth H. Brown. 107 1. 
© Kenneth H. Brown; IMay64; DU60153. 

HAPPY END, a play with music by Dorothy 
Lane, pseud, of Bertolt Brecht; music 
by Kurt Weill; songs by Eric Bentley; 
English version by Leo Kerz . 73 1- 
3 acts. Book & lyrics only. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Leo Kerz; 
8Jun64; DU60541. 



HARLEQUIN'S DEATH, by Stanley Seldman. 
14 1. 2 acts. © Stanley Seldman; 
23Jan64; DP5319. 



THE HARVEST IS IN, a three act play by 
Sylvan Karchmer. 90 1. © Sylvan 
Karchmer; 25Feb64; DU59623. 

HAS ANYBODY SEEN MY BABY? An original 
one hour TV play by Jerome Marvin 
Goldman. 62 1. © Jerome Marvin 
Goldman; 19Mar64; DU59779. 



HAS THIS EVER HAPPENED TO YOU? By Leo 
S. Rosencrans S: Ross Roy Agency. 
34 1. © Chrysler Motors Corp.: 
3Dec63; C16281 . 



THE HAT. 1 v. A screenplay In two 
reels. Appl. author: Storyboard, 
Inc. © Institute for International 
Order, Inc.; 12Feb64; DU59686. 

HATSO AJTO; szinjatek 2 reszben by Gabor 
Thurzo. 101 1. © Gabor Thurzo; 
30Jan64; DU59437. 

HATSO AJTO. See 
BACK DOOR. 

HE WHO KNOWS IT NOT, by Toni Shay, 
pseud, of Antoinette Laura Hogue. 
10 1. A play in three acts. 
© Antoinette Laura Hogue; 6Jan64; 
DU59283. 

A HEART AND A DIAMOND; original screen- 
play by Eileen & Robert Mason Pollock. 
148 1. © Robert Mason Pollock & 
Eileen Pollock; 20Apr64; DU60074 . 

HEAVEN EAST, a musical play in three 
acts by Mahlon Mohr. 1 v. Book & 
lyrics only. © Mahlon Mohr; 
l6Apr64; DU60035. 

HEAVEN ISN'T SO BAD, a comedy in one 
act for women by Evelyn Neuenburg 
(Evelyn Neuenburg Fogg) Boston, 
Baker. 35 p. (Baker's royalty plays) 
NM: revisions & additions. © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 10Mar64; DP5339. 



HEAVENLY TWINS, a play In three acts 
by Donald Howard. 94 1. © Donald 
Howard; 17Jan64 ; DU59301. 



HELL HATH NO FURY, a play by Jack Dell. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Jack Holton Dell; 
24jan64; DU59327. 



HELL3, SANTA CLAUS, by Frank J. Lion. 
Duologue. ©Frank J. Lion; 24Apr64; 
016716. 

HELPLESSNESS AND HOPELESSNESS, by 
Mrs. Abraham A. Low. Tape A-B. 
2 v. Scripts for tape recordings. 
© Mrs. Abraham A. Low; l8May64; 
C16816-16817. 

HENRY MCKENNA HAND MADE WHISKEY; shoot- 
ing script for a sound slidefilm, 
prepared for Frankfort Distillers 
Co. Writer: Hal Secor. 27 1. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 30Mar64; 

C 167 38. 

HER IDEA OF LOVE, a motion picture 
screenplay by Albert Longo. 121 1. 
© Albert Longo; 23Jan64; DU59312. 

HER IMAGINARY MAN, a play in three 
acts with song ideas; book & lyrics 
by Elaine May Siebert. 132 1. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. DU56453. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Elaine May Siebert; 
10Jan64; DU59226. 

HER INLAWS WERE OUTLAWS, by Darrow 
A. Solari. 39 1- A play in three 
acts. © Darrow A. Solari; 10Jan64; 
DU59336. 

HERBIE AND SUMNER; pilot script for 
1/2 hour situation comedy series; 
created & written by Norman Kline & 
Donald Segall. 28 1. © Norman Kline 
& Donald Segall; Uun64; DU60338. 



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Jan.-June 



HERITAGE, a play in four acts by- 
George Morrison. 118 1. © George 
N. Morrison; 24Mar64; DU59849. 

THE HERO, a play in three acts by Carl 
Oglesby. 8l 1. © Carl Oglesby; 
9Jan64; DU59241. 

HEROD WHO IS, a play as a portrait by 
Albert Bermel. 1 v. 2 parts. 
© Albert Bermel; 15Apr64; DU60020. 

HEROES DON'T CRY, by Rick Flanigan 
(Richard J. Flanigan) 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Richard J. Flanigan; 
l8May64; DU60261. 

HE'S A SPORT, by Danny Dill & Jack D. 
Johnson. © Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.; 
31Dec63; C16313. 

HEY THERE, BE HAPPY! By Lorelei F. 
Guidry. 36 1 . A play. in one act. 
© Lorelei F. Guidry; 7Jan64; 
DU59199 . 

HIDDEN NAME AND COMPLEX FATE, a writer's 
experience in the United States by 
Ralph Ellison. 22 1. An address. 
© Ralph Ellison; 6Apr54; C16667. 



HI-DIDDLY-DEE . 
THE SPARROWS. 



See 



HIGH NOON. See 

EVERYTHING'S GOING TO BE ALL RIGHT. 

HIGH TOR, a play in three acts by Max- 
well Anderson. 1st ed. Washington, 
D. C., Anderson House. 142 p. 
© Maxwell Anderson; 5Jan37; DP5328. 

HIGHLIGHTS OF AN ANGLICAN ODYSSEY; 

recording script for National Council 
of the Episcopal Church by Jam 
Handy Organization. 14 1. 
© National Council of the Episcopal 
Church; 7Feb64; C16446. 

THE HILL, an original screenplay by 
Howard Fast. 1st ed. Garden City, 
N. Y., Doubleday. 123 P- © Howard 
Fast; 3Jan64; DP5267. 

THE HILL OF HOPE. (Tel tikvah) A 
story of modern Israel; original 
story & screenplay written for 
the screen by Herbert Kline. 143 1. 
© Herbert Kline; 6Mar64; DU59703. 



THE HINGE, by Dale Jennings. Black & 
white film shooting script. 
118 1. © William Dale Jennings; 
2Jun64; DU60452. 

THE HIPPO HOP; script for record; story 
by Stanley Friedman. 1 v. © Stanley 
D. Friedman; 30Dec63; CI6278. 



HIS OWN BOSS, a color filmstrip 

produced for Better Selling Bureau; 
produced by Rocket Pictures. 
16 1. (Human needs for life insur- 
ance) A script. © Better Selling 
Bureau Div. , Rocket Pictures, Inc.; 
3Jan64; C16332. 

HISPANO-AMERICA; 0, El Dorado. Dlalogos 
cinematograf icos, obra por Antonio 
Jose Montes Fajardo. 27 1. 94 scenes. 
© Antonio Jose Montes Fajardo; 
10Feb64; DU59484. 

HIT HIM WITH A SHOE, by R. David Cox 
& Henry M. Shaw. For the thirty- 
minute television series: Duel. 
22 1. © R. David Cox & Henry M. 
Shaw; 17Jan64; DU59308. 



HITTING THE HEAVIES; recording 

script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 13 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16435. 

THE HOBBY HOUSE, a play in three acts 
by Frances Kueffner. 37 1. 
© Frances Kueffner; 27Apr64; DU60530. 

HODAG, a new musical by Dave Peterson 
(David C. Peterson), based on the 
exploits of Gene Shepard, Wisconsin's 
greatest trickster & adapted from 
material collected by Robert E. Gard 
& L. G. Sorden. Book, music & lyrics 
by Dave Peterson; music arr. for or- 
chestra by Paul Bueske. 2 v. 2 acts. 
© David C. Peterson; l4Apr64; DU6OOO7. 



HOLLAND'S HOLIDAY, by Robert A. Parsons. 
1 v. A children's operetta in two 
scenes. Appl . states prev. reg. 
DU53051. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Robert A. Parsons; 12Jun64; DU6042C. 

HOLY GHOST AND THE MISCHOOGENAH. See 
SCORPIO. 



HOME BEAUTIFUL; pageant by Alma Reaves. 
3 1. © Alma Reaves; 27Apr64l CI6769. 



HOME COOKING, a play in one act by 
David Novak, pseud, of David Nowak. 
29 1. © David Nowak; 24Feb64; 
DU59602. 

HOME FOR CHRISTMAS, a teleplay by 

Patricia Billings. 40 1. 4 scenes. 
© Patricia Billings; 20May64; 
DU60277 . 

HOME SWEET HOME, a color filmstrip 
produced for Better Selling Bureau; 
produced by Rocket Pictures. 
17 1. (Human needs for life insur- 
ance) A script. © Better Selling 
Bureau Div., Rocket Pictures, Inc.; 
3Jan64; C16330. 



HOMECOMING, by Judith Jeffrey Lee. 
1 v. A play in two acts. © Judith 
Jeffrey Lee; 3Apr64; DU59951. 



THE HOMECOMING OF ODYSSEUS, by Susan L. 
Dawson. 11 1. 7 scenes. © Susan L. 
Dawson; 5Jun64; DU6O36I . 



HOMER'S DAUGHTER. 
NAUSICAA. 



See 



L' HOMME DE GUERRE; comedie dramatlque 
en 2 actes & 9 tableaux par Francois 
Ponthler. (in Les Oeuvres libres. 
no 203, p. 195-262. Paris) ©Fran- 
cols Ponthier; lApr63; DFO-1227. 

HOMME SEUL. See 
THOMAS MORE. 

HOMO, a play in two acts by Rochelle 
Owens (Rochelle Owens Ecohomou) 
25 1. © Rochelle Owens; 21May64; 
DU60288. 



THE HONEYMOON, a short play by Sandor 
Marai. 45 1. © Sandor Marai; 
27May64; DU60313. 

HONOR, DUTY, COUNTRY. See 

COMPLETE LIFE STORY OF GENERAL 
DOUGLAS A. MACARTHUR THROUGH HIS 
OWN WORDS: HONOR, DUTY, COUNTRY. 

HORSES-JUST HORSES! An original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Anna A. Knight. 34 1. © Anna A. 
Knight; 13Jan64; DU59259. 



HOT AND COLD IN ALL ROOMS, a comedy in 
three acts by Max Reitmann, pseud, 
of Harold G. Robert. London, 
S. French. 75 p. (French's acting 
edition) © Harold G. Robert; 
lMar63; DF1716. 

HOT OR COLD; pilot show by Alan I. How- 
ard. Episode 1. 34 1. A script 
for a television show. © Alan I. 
Howard; 21Jan64; CI6359. 

EIN HOTEL NAMENS EUROPA; Oder, Der 
neue empfangschef . Ein schlecht und 
brechtes Lehr(rer)stuck In mehreren 
Aufzugen von George A. von Ihering. 
48 1. © George A. von Ihering; 
8May64; DU60205 . 

HOUSE. See 

AN ABSURD TRILOGY: THE BIRDCAGE, 
SCHIZOPHRENIA, THE HOUSE. 

A HOUSE AGAINST ITSELF, by William R. 
Grebe & Roger J. Sherman. 1 v. 
A play. © William R. Grebe, Jr. & 
Roger J. Sherman; 17Feb64 ; DU5956I. 

A HOUSE FOR ROSIE, a play in three acts 
by Leonora Thuna. 1 v. © Leonora 
Thuna; 13Jan64; DU59267 . 

A HOUSE OF SAND. Final release script. 
Original story & screenplay written 
by Robert Darwin. 52 1. © Robert 
Darwin Enterprises, Inc.; 3Feb64; 
DU59443. 

HOUSE ON QUEL LANE, by E. M. Fadigan. 
108 1. A play in four acts. 
© Ellen Marie Fadigan; 24Feb64; 
DU59547. 



HOW AMERICA WAS DISCOVERED. 
THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 



See 



HOW ARE YOU, JOHNNIE? A murder play in 
three acts by Philip King. London, 
S. French. 87 p. (French's acting 
edition) © Philip King; 10Dec63; 
DFO-1281. 

HOW CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CAN HELP YOU, a 
lecture on Christian Science by 
Charles M. Carr. 17 1. (Full re- 
port, no.l) © Charles M. Carr; 
30Jan64; C16641. 

HOW DO YOU SPELL BROTHER? A play by 
Temlma Gezarl. 1 v. With music. 
© Temlma Gezari; 5Feb64; DU59503- 

HOW TO KEEP HERDS HEALTHY, HAPPY AND 
PUT PROFIT IN THE HINDMOST; record- 
ing script for Hess & Clark Divi- 
sion, Richardson -Merrell, Inc. 
7 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy Organi- 
zation. © Hess & Clark Division, 
Richardson-Merrell, Inc.; 24Feb64; 
C16548. 

HOW TO STOP SMOKING BY DEVELOPING THE 
NON-SMOKING HABIT. 13 1. A record- 
ing script. © Savant Records, Inc.; 
27Jan64; CI6345. 

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DOG, by John W. 

Kellogg. 19 1. A recording script. 
© John W. Kellogg; 24Apr64 ; C16717 • 

HOWARD, by Leonard Glasser. 7 1. 
A script. © Stars & Stripes Pro- 
ductions Forever, Inc.; 5May64; 
CI6768. 

HOW'S YOUR MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE; musical 
quiz television program by Hugh J. 
Sharpe. 1 v. 6 scripts. © Hugh J. 
Sharpe; 15Jun64; CI6875 . 

HUMAN PHYSICS: THE APPLICATION OF 
NATURAL LAW TO INTERPERSONAL RELA- 
TIONSHIPS, I; MIND AND BRAIN, by 



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Joel G. Teutsch & C. Kurt Teutsch. 
23 1. © Joel G. Teutsch & C. Kurt 
Teutsch; 23Dec63; C16299. 

HUMAN PHYSICS: THE APPLICATION OF 
NATURAL LAW TO INTERPERSONAL RELA- 
TIONSHIPS, II; SPECIFIC DISCUSSION 
OF EINSTEIN'S THEORIES AND NEWTON'S 
LAWS, by Joel G. Teutsch & C. Kurt 
Teutsch. 71 1. © Joel G. Teutsch 
& C. Kurt Teutsch; 23Dec6§; CI630O. 

HUMPHREY, ARMAND AND THE ARTICHOKE, a 
fantastic comedy by G. Roy Levin. 
1 v. A play in 13 scenes. Appl. 
states prev. reg. Feb. 1959. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © G. Roy Levin; 
llMay64; DU60209. 

A HUNDRED YEARS SINCE SLAVERY, by 

Butch Carr & Bob Robinson. © Cedar- 
wood Pub. Co.; 31Dec63; Cl'63l4 . 

THE HUNGRY BREED; recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 14 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 7Feb64; C16467. 

THE HUNTER, a one-act play in five 
scenes by Joseph Gross. 14 1. 
© Joseph L. Gross; lApr64; DU59937. 

THE HUNTERS, by Lular L. Carson. 19 1. 
A play in one act. © Lular L. Car- 
son; Uun64; DU60340. 

THE HUNZAN MUSHROOM, a play by Ninette 
T. Loos-Blanck, pseud, of Ninette 
Emma Blanc. 53 1. 2 parts. 
© Ninette T. Loos-Blanck k.a. 
Ninette Emma Blanc; 17 Jan64 ; DU59302. 

HYPERTENSION, by Silver Plastics. 
1 v. (Hahnemann Medi-Disc, program 
II) Recorded lecture. © Silver 
Plastics, Inc.; 3Apr64; CI6663. 

THE HYPNOTIST, by Shirley Hymson. 

138 1. A play in 3 acts. © Shirley 
Hymson; 7May64; DU60189. 



I CRIED, by Krystel Karr. © Krystel 
Karr; 30Mar64; C16715- 

IFR REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES: INSTRU- 
MENT GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION A-B, 
NARRATION. 2 v. Educational lecture 
scripts. NM: revisions & additions. 
Appl. author: Paul E. Sanderson. 
NM: revisions & additions. 
© Sanderson Films, Inc.; 20May64; 
C16892, 16886. 

I KILLED A MAN, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Emilia Delisa. 33 1- Appl. 
author: Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© Emilia Delisa; 30Mar64; DU59903- 



I LOOK UP, a musical comedy. Book by 
Bill Heyer (William R. Heyer) & 
Harold Beebe. 1 v. A play in two 
acts. Text only. Appl. states prev 
reg. as What blizzard? 70ct63, 
DU58742. NM: revision. © William 
R. Heyer & Harold H. Beebe, Jr.; 
6Apr64; DU59964. 

I NEVER TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER- -THE 
PAUL JOSEPH STORY; recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp. 11 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
24Feb64; CI6556. 



I, SAID THE SPARROW, a play by Tom 
Carrens (Thomas V. Carrens, Jr.) 
Ill 1. © Tom Carrens; 2Mar64; 
DU59663. 

I SAW HIM, an Easter dramatization by 
Sarah Walton Miller. Nashville, 
Broadman Press. 12 p. © Broadman 
Press; 2 Jan64 ; DP5308. 

I SIT AT MY WINDOW, a play by Richard 
Reich. 1 v. 2 acts. © Richard 
Reich; 24Feb64; DU59621. 

I TAKE THIS WOMAN, by David Lewin. 

86 1 . A play in 3 acts. © David 
Lewin; 8jan64; DU59203 . 



I WONT TO SING. 23 1. A musical play 
in three scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© Bernice Ida Wright; l6Mar64; 
DU59864 . 



THE ID AND THE OW; or, The war is never 
really over. A three act play by 
Natalie 0. Donna, pseud, of Natalie 
Buonadonna. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. DU56750. NM: additions. 
© Natalie Buonadonna; 30Jan64; 
DU59442. 

I'D SWEEP THE COBWEBS FROM THE SKY 
EXCEPT THEY'RE UP TOO HIGH TOO HIGH, 
by Myra Werner, pseud . of Myra 
Vernekoff . 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Myra Werner; 7Jan64; DU59200. 



IDEAL BREAD, by Quality Bakers of 

America Cooperative. One min. tele- 
vision script. © Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative, Inc.; 6May64; 
C16786. 

IF I SHOULD DIE BEFORE I WAKE; screen- 
play by Leo Rutman. Based on the 
Cornell Woolrich story. 101 1. 
© Leo Rutman; 23Mar64; DU59833. 



IF YOU PLEASE, LADIES, a comedy for 
women in one act by L. du Garde Peach. 
London, S. French. 33 p. (French's 
acting edition) © L. du Garde Peach; 
24Dec63; DFO-1279. 



IF YOU SAY SO, by Lorraine Michele, 
pseud, of Lorraine Michele Seymour. 
1 v. A play in three acts. 
NM: revisions. ©Lorraine Michele 
Seymour; 24Feb&4; DU59434. 



IMAGE, INCORPORATED AND OTHER SKETCHES, 
by Mary Leckie. 1 v. 3 plays. 
© Mary Leckie; 5Feb64; DU59501. 

IMAGE OF TRUE VALUE! Recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 9 1. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
30Jan64; C16394. 



IMAGES, by Edward Bruce. 1st draft, 
Nov. 1961. 36 1. A play. © Edward 
M. Bruce; 30Dec63; DU59208. 

IMAGINATION UNLIMITED! Recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 12 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16404. 

THE IMMACULATES, by Rita Ingried, 
pseud, of Rita Ingried Kotto & 
Frederick Samuel Kotto. 1 v. 
A play. © Rita Ingried Kotto & 
Frederick Samuel Kotto; 17 Jan64 ; 
DU59371- 



IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY, three parts of man 
bound by four walls; a play in three 
acts by Gerald Kean. 1 v. © Julienne 
Marie Kean; 22Apr64; DU60085 . 

IMPERCEPTIBLE SUBMERSIBLE, by John W. 
Morgan, Jr. 23 1. A comedy in 
one act. © John W. Morgan, Jr.; 
6Mar64; DU59706. 

THE IMPOSSIBLE YEARS, a comedy in two 
acts by Bob Fisher & Arthur Marx. 
110 1. © Bob Fisher & Arthur Marx; 
3Mar64; DU59670. 

IN CHE GIORNO VERRA'; radiodramma di 
Mauro Pezzati. 21 1. © Mauro 
Pezzati; 24jun64; DU60546. 

IN DESERT AND WILDERNESS. See 
THE MOST PERILOUS VOYAGE. 

IN SEARCH OF HAPPINESS, a one-act play 
by Mary Hirschfeld. 9 1- © Mary 
Hirschfeld; 26Jun64; DU60549. 

IN THE GARDEN, A CROSS. See 
TWO RELIGIOUS DIALOGUES. 



IN THE PRESENCE OF DEATH; four televi- 
sion plays from the Look up and live 
series, as broadcast over the CBS 
Television Network. Edited by Chalm- 
ers Dale. St. Louis, Bethany Press. 
71 p. Contents: Till death do us 
part, by William Hamilton; The end of 
the story, by Craig Gilbert; Journal 
of Vera Grey, by Stephan Chodorov; 
Room for death, by William Hamilton. 
© Bethany Press; 10Feb64; A683O56. 

IN THESE MY WORDS; in memoriam to 

W. E. B. Du Bois by Sylvester Leaks. 
30 1 . A play in one act. © Sylves- 
ter Leaks; 17Feb64; DU59730. 

J.N WHITE AMERICA, a documentary play 
by Martin B. Duberman. Boston, 
Houghton Mifflin. 112 p. 2 acts. 
© Martin B. Duberman; 2Jun64 ; DP5387. 

IN WHITE AMERICA, by Martin B. Duber- 
man. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Martin B. Duberman; 28Apr64; 
DU60139. 

INCREDIBLE HERO. See 
CHOOSE YOUR HERO. 



INDEPENDENT SURVEY SHOWS THE BIG SWITCH 
IS ON TO BATTER WHIPPED SUNBEAM BREAD, 
by Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive. 2d ed. Radio script. © Qual- 
ity Bakers of America Cooperative, 
Inc.; 8Apr64; C16676. 



INDIANHEAD MARKET, by Charles Haun. 
26 1. A play. © Charles R. Haun; 
3Apr64; DU59952. 

LOS INDIOS DE SAN JOSE, by Ethel 
Wilson Harris. 1 v. A play in 
two acts. Text in English. 
© Ethel Wilson Harris; 31May64; 
DP5392. 

INDUCTION STIRRED LADLE VACUUM DEGASSING 
WITH CARBON DIOXIDATION; shooting 
script for a sound motion picture 
prepared for Republic Steel Corp. by 
Wilding. Writer: Hal Secor. Rev. 
Dec. 4, 1963. 26 1. 56 scenes. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Republic Steel Corp.; 
l6Mar64; C16640. 

INSTALLATION SERVICE FOR WOMEN'S ASSO- 
CIATION OF ANY CHURCH, by Ethel Pen- 
ningroth. 9 1. © Ethel Penningroth; 
30Dec63; CI6311. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



INSTRUMENT GROUND SCHOOL. See 
IFR REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES: 

INSTRUMENT GROUND SCHOOL,, SECTION 
A-B, NARRATION. 

THE INTANGIBLES; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 13 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; CI6389. 

INTERLUDES, by Miguel de Cervantes. 
A new translation & with a foreword 
by Edwin Honlg. New York, New Ameri- 
can Library of World Literature. 
160 p. (A Signet classic, CT209) 
© Edwin Honig; 8Jan64; A68878O. 

INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, by Stanford M. 
Horn. 5 1. A script for a radio 
and/or television broadcast. 
© Stanford M. Horn; 5Mar64; 016569. 

INTERVIEW WITH WILLIAM GOLDING 8c JAMES 
KEATING. (Purdue interview between 
James T. Keating and William Golding) 
Conducted May 10, 1962. 10 1. 
© James T. Keating & William Golding; 
28Feb64; C16564 . 



THE INTERVIEWER, a play in three acts 
by Helen Clare Nelson. 92 1. 
©Helen Clare Nelson; 4Mar64; DU59665 . 

INTO THE FIRE, a comedy with music; 
book by Francis Swann; music & lyrics 
by Albert Moritz. New York, S. French. 
98 p. 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
©Samuel French, Inc.; 29Aug63; 
DP5249. 

INTO THE SILENCE; opera in three acts 
by George Wehner. 87 1. © George 
Wehner; 8Apr64; DU59979. 

INTOLERABLE DAVID, an original comedy 
script by Eugene Slutsky. 52 1. 
©Eugene Slutsky; 31Mar64; A687654 . 



AN INTRODUCTION TO PICASSO, a play 
in three acts by Bruce Haggerty 
(Edward B. Haggerty) 1 v. © Bruce 
Haggerty; 21Jan64 ; DU59415- 

INTRODUCTION TO THE DATA BOOK; 

recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
7 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; 
C16420. 

INTRODUCTION TO USE OF THE GLOBE, MAP 
ATLAS, by Violet Priestley. 8 1. 
A recording script. © Violet Priest- 
ley d.b.a. Library Filmstrip Center; 
8jan64; C16301. 

THE INVESTIGATION, by Rosalyn Drexler. 
52 1. A play in four scenes. 
© Rosalyn Drexler; 13Jan64; DU59277. 

INVISIBLE BRIDE, a three-act comedy by 
Joy Truitt (Mrs. George Delavan 
Truitt. Jr.) 1 v. ©Joy Truitt; 
24Apr64; DU6OO96. 

THE INVISIBLE CLOWNS, a play in three 
acts by Yehuda Hanegbi; revised & 
adapted by Joseph Kant, pseud, of 
Samuel J. Citron. New York, Friends 
of the Jewish Theatre for Children. 
101 p. © Samuel J. Citron; 28May64; 
DP5397. 

THE INVISIBLE LOVER, a new, original 
play written by Sheldon Moldoff . 
1 v. 3 acts. © Sheldon Moldoff; 
13Mar64; DU59755- 

INVITATION TO A RAPE, by Eunice Gray. 
28 1. A screenplay. © Eunice Gray; 
12Mar64; DU59748. 



IPHIGENIA IN TAURIS, a play in five 
acts by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; 
translated by Charles E. Passage. 
New York, F. Ungar Pub. Co. 88 p. 
© Frederick Ungar Pub. Co., Inc.; 
27Nov63j A668515. 

AN IRISH FAUSTUS, a morality in nine 
scenes by Lawrence Durrell. London, 
Faber & Faber. 91 p. © Lawrence 
Durrell; 8Nov63; AF0-41372. 

IRISHLY YOURS; original story & screen- 
play by Michael A. Sullivan. 38 1. 
©Michael A. Sullivan; 5Feb64; 
DU59506. 

THE ISLAND OF TOMORROW AFTERNOON, a 
comedy in 2 acts by Joseph Guzzetti, 
Jr. 1 v. © Joseph Guzzetti, Jr.; 
5May64; DU60190. 

ISRAELI, WON'T YOU PLEASE COME HOME, 
by Elayne Mitchell, Sandra Berkman 
& Sidney Schneider. 71 1- A musi- 
cal play in two acts. Libretto. 
© Elayne Mitchell; 24Jan64; 
DU59324. 

ISSUES IN COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, an 
address by E. Robert Llvernash. 
7n © President & Fellows of 
Harvard College; l8May64; C16800. 

IT ALWAYS SNOWS ON TUESDAY, a sociologi- 
cal musical comedy for the mature 
adult by Irv Reisman (Irvin Relsman) 
2 v. 2 acts. © Irvin I. Reisman; 
21Apr64; DU6OI85 . 

IT IS NECESSARY TO CULTIVATE OUR GARDEN; 
or, The wooden crate. By James Shear- 
wood. 23 1. A play. © James Shear- 
wood; 22Apr64; DU6OO88. 

IT PAYS TO GO STRAIGHT; recording 
script for the Oldsmobile Division, 
General Motors Corp. 12 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp. ; 7Feb64; CI6693. 

IT TAKES TWO; recording script for 
the American Can Co. 13 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
©American Can Co.; 24Feb64; C16541. 



ITALIAN IN CONNECTICUT. 
THE REFRIGERATORS. 



See 



IT'S A BIG, WIDE, WONDERFUL WORLD; 
first draft screenplay by John 
Patrick. 126 1. © John Patrick; 
27Jan64; DU59352. 



IT'S A MAN'S WORLD? By Margaret M. 
Burns. 19 1. © Blue Water Chapter, 
National Secretaries Assn. (Inter- 
national); lApr64; DP5376. 

IT'S A PRETTY DAY, AIN'T IT? A comedy 
in 3 acts by Esther Kaufman. Idea for 
play from Sarah Orne Jewett "' s book 
The country of the pointed firs. 
103 1. © Esther Kaufman; 22Apr64; 
DU60081 . 



IT'S A SMALL WORLD; television script 
no.l: Japan; created, produced & 
written by Judith Ann Abrams . 1 v. 
© Judith Ann Abrams; 19Dec63; 
C16277 . 

IT'S A WOMAN! A musical play based on 
the novel, The ambassadors, by Henry 
James. Book & lyrics by Hal Hackady 
(Harold Clayton Hackady) 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Hal 
Hackady; 20May64; DU60326. 



IT'S ALL AN ACT; an original, unpub- 
lished dramatic work by William C. 
Watson. 1 v. © William C. Watson; 
l8Feb64; DU59575. 



IT'S ALL IN YOUR MIND. See 
KINDRED SPIRITS. 

IT'S AS IF, a play in one act. 114 1. 
© Esther Brown; 27Apr64; DU6OIO5 . 

IT'S NEVER TOO LATE. See 
MATTY. 

IT'S OUTDOOR EATING TIME AGAIN. See 
SUNBEAM BUNS AND ROLLS; IT'S OUTDOOR 
EATING TIME AGAIN. 



J 



J IS FOR JIM, a new comedy by Wm. 
Philip Smith. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Wm. Philip Smith; 10Feb64; DU59478. 

JACK B. NIMBLE, by James Shearwood. 
21 1. A play. © James Shearwood; 
22Apr64; DU6OO89. 

THE JACK-POT, an impudent & frolicsome 
comedy in three acts by Albert Franz 
Cochrane. 188 1. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Albert F. Cochrane; 
31Mar64; DU59928. 



JACK WILLIAMS: A TRAGEDY IN PANTOMINE 
FOR ONE PLAYER, by Clyde Ellsworth. 
7 1. © Clyde Ellsworth; 19May64; 
DU60318. 

JACOB'S LADDER, by Beth Goff. 14 1. 
A play. © Beth Goff (Mrs. Robert 
Goff); 24Jan64; DU59330. 

JAMES'S DAISY MILLER: the story, the 
play, the critics, by William T. 
Stafford. Martin Steinmann, Jr., 
general editor. New York, Scribner. 
166 p. (Scribner research antholo- 
gies) © on pref., guide. to research, 
introd. & apparatus; Charles Scrib- 
ner' s Sons; 6Dec63; A677838. 



LE JARDIN DES DELICES. (The garden of 
earthly delights) Une comedie en un 
acte de Penny Pierson. 1 v. 
7 scenes. With accompanying English 
translation. © Penny Pierson; 
12May64; DP5393. 



THE JAVA ROSE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by E. Terrlll 
(Mrs. John P. Curran) 33 1. 
Mrs. John P. Curran; 8jun64; DU6O365. 



JDTH, by Irving Cohen. 21 1. A screen- 
play. © Irving Morton Cohen; l6Jun64 ; 
DU60436. 



THE JERICHO ROAD, a one-act play in 
6 scenes by Marcia Stevens Barber. 
23 1. © Marcia Stevens Barber; 
19Feb64; DU59576. 



JERSEY VOICES FROM THE PAST, by Arlene 
R. Sayre. Cedar Grove, N. J., 
Phillips-Campbell Pub Co. 13 v. 
12 plays & Teacher's manual. 
© Arlene R. Sayre & Phillips -Campbell 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 23Apr64; A692575- 

THE JESTER, a musical play in two acts 
by Annabelle Weenlck (Mrs. Burton 
Weenick) & others. 1 v. © Natalie 
Ornish (Mrs. Edwin Ornish); l6jun64; 
DU60474 . 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



23 



JESTER HOUSEWIFE. See 

GOOD MORNING & JUST A HOUSEWIFE. 

JETSTAR 88, BRAND NEW FULL SIZE SERIES 
AT A NEW LOW PRICE. See 
OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION IS! 
JETSTAR 88, BRAND NEW FULL SIZE 
SERIES AT A NEW LOW PRICE. 

JIGSAW, a play in two acts by Hugh 
Cruttwell. 1 v. © Hugh Cruttwellj 
23Jan64; DU59^05 . 

JIM MARTIN, a screenplay by Jay Green- 
field. 1 v. © Jay R. Greenfield; 
8Jun64; DU60379. 

JIMMY, a play in one act by Wendell 
Metzger. 44 1. © Wendell Metzger; 
28jan64; DU59362. 

JIMMY SHINE, a two-act play by Murray 
Schisgal. 92 1. © Murray Schisgal; 
21Apr64; DU60071. 

JISKRA V POPELU, aneb pocta Shake- 
spearovi, komedie o peti jednanich 
by Frantisek Langer. 74 1. 
© Frantisek Langer; 29Jun64; DU60543- 



JOAQUIN THE BANDIDO. 
NUTTY MURIETA. 



See 



JOBBER SALESMAN STUDY. Rev. 11 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
James Sherburne. ©William 
Wrigley, Jr. Co.; 28Feb64; CI6563. 

JODY FINDS A JOB, by Bette Stephens. 
55 1- A screenplay in two acts. 
© Bette Stephens & Joseph Stephens; 
23Jan64; DU59^06. 

JOHAHAN— BELOVED, DIVINE, a play in 
three scenes by Evelyn Selters. 
19 1. © Evelyn Bumpus Selters; 
20Jan64; DU59369. 

JOHN ADAMS; teleplay by Walter Bern- 
stein. Final draft, March 5, 1964. 
52 1. (Profiles in courage, by John 
F. Kennedy) 4 acts. © Robert Saudek 
Associates, Inc.; 5Mar64; DP5332. 



JOHN PETER ALTGELD; written by Philip 
S. Goodman. Final draft. 52 1. 
(Profiles in courage, by John F. 
Kennedy) 4 acts. © Robert Saudek 
Associates, Inc.; 8May64; DP5389. 



JOHN WARE'S COW COUNTRY. See 
CALGARY. 

JOHN WILKES BOOTH, a play in three 
acts by Anastasios, pseud, of 
Anastasios Bechas . 129 1. 
© Anastasios G. Bechas; 20Apr64; 
DU60073. 



JOHN WILKES BOOTH, by Ronald Colby. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Ronald 
Colby; 13Apr64; DU60130. 



JOHNNY BROKE A BOTTLE; first segment by 
Grant & Edith Leenhouts. Pilot tele- 
vision screenplay for a one hour tele- 
vision adventure suspense series: The 
surfriders, created by Grant Leen- 
houts. 61 1. 3 acts. © Grant Leen- 
houts & Edith Leenhouts; 21Apr64; 
DU6OO76. 



JOHNNY MERRIPRANKS, by Randolph Good- 
man. 2 v. A musical play. NM: addi- 
tions. © Randolph Goodman; 29Apr64; 
DU6O180. 



JOHNNY PARK TALKS OF THOMAS WOLFE; or, 
Man bites dog. By William J. Cocke. 
13 1. © William J. Cocke; 20Apr64; 
C16759- 

JOHNNY TENORIO, an original screenplay 
by John Haggart & James S. Elliott, 
suggested by Tirso de Molina's play 
El Burlador de Seville. 122 1. 
© James S. Elliott & John Haggart; 
29Jun64; DU60461. 

JOHNSON, a play in three acts by Jack 
Potter. 94 1. © Jack Potter; 
27Feb64; DU59644. 

JONATHAN & COMPANY, an entertainment 
in two acts by Phoebe & Henry Ephron. 
113 1. © Phoebe & Henry Ephron; 
29Apr64; DU60142. 

JOSEPH, a series of six Biblical plays 
by Samuel J. Citron. Jewish Educa- 
tion Committee Press. 62 p. © Sam- 
uel J. Citron; 3Jun64 ; DP5382. 

JOURNAL OF VERA GREY. See 
IN THE PRESENCE OF DEATH. 

JOURNEY FROM A NOON WEDDING, a teleplay 
by Sylvia Regan (Sylvia Regan Ellsteln) 
63 1. © Sylvia Regan Ellstein; 
9Jan64; DU59234. 

JOURNEY INTO DREAMLAND, by Karen W. 
Rosenberg. A 30-minute fantasy 
written for children between the 
ages of four & ten. 1 v. Includes 
music for 1 song. © Karen W. 
Rosenberg; 26May64; DU60310. 

JOURNEY TO JEFFERSON, by Robert L. 
Flynn. A stage dramatization of 
William Faulkner's As I lay dying. 
79 1. 3 acts. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Robert L. Flynn; 
20Apr64; DU6OO69. 



JOURNEY TO NATIVITY, by John E. Schroe- 
der. 33 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as This day-this way. NM: additions 
& revisions. © John E. Schroeder; 
30Dec63; DU59230. 

JOURNEY TO THE WALL, by Tung, pseud, 
of Marian Tung Yeh Orans. 82 1. 
A clay in 31 scenes. © Tung; 10Feb64 ; 
DU59482. 



JUBILEE; comedy in one act by Israel 
Dvorine. An adaptation of Chekhov's 
comedy of the same name. 20 1. 
© Israel Dvorine; 17Feb64; DU59568. 

THE JUDGMENT, by Gordon Shomaker. 54 1. 
A play in two parts. © Gordon Shoma- 
ker; 27Mar64; DU5989O. 



JULIA BRICE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Julia 
Brice. 32 1. © Julia Brice; 25May64 ; 
DU60222. 

JULIET AND SUE. (The transmutation) 
By Douglas Taylor, pseud, of Donald 
D. Taylor. 26 1. A play in one 
act. © Douglas Taylor; 28May64; 
DU60314 . 

JULIUS COULDN'T SEIZE HER. See 

PHILIP DIMEO'S JULIUS COULDN'T SEIZE 
HER. 

JULY 4, 1776, a radio recreation of the 
day the Declaration of Independence 
was voted on. Written, directed and 
produced by Murry Woroner. 1 v. 
© Murry Woroner; 13Mar64; CI6696. 



JUNGER HERE VON VIERZIG JAHREN. 
EIN S CHOKER HERBST. 



See 



JUST A HOUSEWIFE. See 

GOOD MORNING & JUST A HOUSEWIFE. 

JUST A SLIGHT SEXUAL PROBLEM, a comedy 
drama in three acts by Ruth Gilbert. 
1 v. © Ruth Gilbert; 10Jun64; 
DU604O8. 



JUST FOR THE DAY, by Gordon Wholey. 
1 v. A3 act play. © Gordon W. 
Wholey; 17Feb64; DU59715 • 



JUST FRIENDLY, a one-act play by 
T. Dianne Anderson. 15 1. © T. 
Anderson; 4Feb64; DU59490. 



Dianne 



JUST TWELVE, a musical spectacular for 
children, teens, and in-betweens. 
All music & lyrics by Natalie Ornish 
(Mrs. Edwin P. Ornish) Book by 
Natalie Ornish; Joan Hallmark (Mrs. 
R. R. Hallmark); Annabelle Weenick 
(Mrs. Burton Weenick) & Ann Lorch. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Natalie Ornish; 
25May64; DU60306. 



.JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED, a comedy 
by Harlan Thompson & Ernest V. Heyn . 
1 v 2 acts. © Harlan Thompson & 
Ernest V. Heyn; 12Jun64; DU60422. 



LOS JUSTICIEROS; gulon literarlo por 
Manuel Mur Otl. 30 1. © Manuel 
Mur Oti; l8jun64; DU60456. 



K 



KAREN, YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL, by Rosalyn 
Aronson. 1 v. A play in eleven 
scenes. © Rosalyn Aronson; 28Jan64; 
DU59364 . 

KARIERY: LIST OD IRENY & PORA FI0^K6W, 
by Wanda Maciejewska & Zofia 
Zawadzka. Warszawa, Ludowa 
Spo/dzielnia. 100 p. (Biblioteka 
teatr6w amatorskichj © Ludowa 
Sp6/dzielnia Wydawnicza; 31Jul63; 
AFO-42137. 

KATERINA ISMAILOVA. (Lady Macbeth of 
the Mtsensk District) Opera in four 
acts & nine scenes by Dmitry Shosta- 
kovich. Libretto based on N. Leskov's 
story; English translation by Edward 
Downes. Op. 29/114. London, Friends 
of Covent Garden. 48 p. Libretto. 
© Edward Downes; 2Dec63; AI-8876. 

KEELA, THE OUTCAST INDIAN MAIDEN. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

KEEP AWAY THE DARK, an original play 
by Paul Doyle. 71 1. 3 acts. 
© Paul Allen Doyle; 10Jan64; 
DU59250 . 

KEEP YOUR BOWELS OPEN AND YOUR MOUTH 
SHUT. See 
THE BEST KEPT SECRET. 



KELMO ASSOCIATES PRESENTS, by Mona 
Lisa Taft & Kevin H. Burke. 
1 v. 4 screenplays. © Kevin H. 
Burke & Mona Lisa Taft d.b.a. 
Kelmo Associates; 2Apr64; C16660. 



KETTY, FRED, AND BELLE, by Estela 
Bringuer. Original screen book for 
a film series or an animated cartoon. 
1 v. 3 episodes. © Estela Bringuer; 
Uun64; DU60390. 



756-756 O - 64 ■ 



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Jan.-June 



THE KEY TO GOOD CREDIT MANAGEMENT; 
script for a sound slidefilm. 17 1. 
© Pure Oil Co.; 24Apr64; C16722. 

THE KEY WORD; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 13 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16400. 



KILL TWO BIRDS, a play in three acts by 
Philip Levene. London, S. French. 
81 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Philip Levene; 30Apr§3; DP1702. 

THE KILLING AT BENTLEY CORNER, by 
Loewe & Shanberg. 1 v. A screen- 
play in 3 acts. © Ralph E. Loewe 
& Morton S. Shanberg; lMay64; DU60154 . 

THE KILOWATTS AT HOME; television copy 
by Leon Michel, Inc. 12 1. One 
scene. Appl. author: Clinton Byers. 
© Leon Michel; HDec63; DU59286. 

KINDRED SPIRITS, a play in three acts 
by Robert T. Sloan. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17Aug50 as It's all 
in your mind, 23Nov59 as The half 
bright scholar, & 20Apr60. NM: re- 
visions. © Robert Tarlton Sloan; 
19May64; DU60266. 



KING DAVID, a drama by Victoria Booth 
■Demarest. Philadelphia, United 
Church Press. 142 p. 3 acts. 
© Victoria Booth Demarest; 9Apr64; 
A692788. 

THE KING PROM TRUCKEE, by Charles M. 
Tanner. 30 1. A play. © Charles M. 
Tanner; 9Apr64; DU59989. 

KING LEAR, by William Shakespeare. 
Edited by Blaze Odell Bonazza & Emil 
Roy. 5 acts. (In Studies in drama, 
form B, p. 1-87) © on editorial revi- 
sion, vocabulary, textual notes & 
question; Blaze Odell Bonazza & Emil 
Roy; 2Jan64; DP535I. 



KING PATCH AND MR. SIMPKINS, a play by 
Alan Cullen. Anchorage, Ky. , Chil- 
dren's Theatre Press. 85 p . 3 acts. 
© Children's Theatre Press; 17Apr64; 
DP5364. 

THE KING WALKS THE STREETS; drama in 
four acts by Pauline Colombi. 38 1. 
NM: "editorial revision." 
© Pauline Colombi; 19Mar64; DU59782. 



KINGDOM COME, a comedy by Robert R. 
Presnell, Sr. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. NM: additions & revisions. 
©Robert R. Presnell, Sr.; 13May64; 
DU60228. 



THE KING'S ROAD, a musical play in three 
acts, by Harry T. Kaufmann. 68 p. 
© Harry T. Kaufmann; l8Jun64; 
DU60191. 

THE KISSERS, a play in 3 acts by Joseph 
Arclga (Pepe Arciga) 8 1 ! 1. © Joseph 
Arciga; 15May64; DU60246. 

THE KITE Ss KEY. (The story of thunder 
& lightning) By Jack & Ruth Silin. 
1 v. A recording script. © Listen 
& Learn Record Co.; l8Feb64; C16524 . 

DIE KLUGE WIENERIN; Operette in zwei 
Teilen (7 Bildern) von Hugo Wiener; 
nach der gleichnamigen Komodie von 
Friedrich Schreyvogl; Musik von 



Juan Delgada. 107 p. Libretto. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Ludwig 
Doblinger (B. Herzmansky) K. G., Music- 
publishers & Edition Modern (H. Wewer- 
ka); 27Apr64; DU6OI98. 

THE KNIGHT IS GREEN, a comedy with 
song & dance by Edward M. Littell. 
119 1. 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Edward M. Littell; 10Jun64; 
DU60406 . 

KNOB HILL, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Bessie 
Hartman. 30 1. © Bessie Hartman; 
22Jun64; DU60484. 

KNOCK KNOCK, a play in one act by 
John Grissmer. 25 1. © John 
Grissmer; !Apr64; DU59938. 



KNOW YOUR BABY, by Gustave Gavis & 
Samuel Weinberg. 1 v. A recording 
script. © Medirecords Co.; 13Apr64; 
DU60005 . 



KNOW YOUR COMPETITION; recording script 
for United Shoe Machinery Corp. 1 v. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© United Shoes Machinery Corp . ; 
7Feb64; C16478. 



KNOW YOUR TIME STORY; recording script 
for the General Motors Corp. 12 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© General Motors Corp.; 24Feb64; 
C16547 . 



THE KOREAN POW STORY, by Wadle J. 
Rountree. 45 1. © Wadie J. 
Rountree; 24Feb64; C16540. 

KRAMPUS UND ANGELIKA; Komodie in drei 
Aufztlgen & einem Vorspiel von Paul 
Helwig. Hamburg, R. Bars BUhnenverlag 
61 p. © Richard Bars BUhnenverlag, 
K.G., "Die Rampe"; lApr64; DFO-1298. 

KREMLIN CAKEWALK. See 

THE CAVIAR AND VODKA BURLESQUE. 

KRIEGER, a play in three acts by 
T. J. Dulack. 142 1. © Thomas J. 
Dulack; 19Mar64; DU59783. 

KUTNER BUICK. Commercial script. Appl. 
author: Eugene Robert Tanz. © Cox & 
Tanz Advertising Agency; l6Mar64; 
C16620. 



LABAN'S DAUGHTERS, a play in two parts 
by Melchior Lengyel. Based on the 
Old Testament. 75 1. Text in Hungar- 
ian. © Melchior Lengyel; 27Mar6 1 (; 
DU59892 . 

THE LAC0C00N NOBODY KNOWS; nearly a 
monodrama by David C. Cole. (In The 
Harvard advocate, vol.XCII, Nov. 1962 , 
p. 10-14) © David Cole; 25Nov62; 
DP5365. 

LADIES FIRST. See 

DOWN WITH THE DOUBLE STANDARD. 



LADRONE. (The thief) An original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by R. L. Dobbins. 33 1- 
© R. L. Dobbins; 25May64; DU60225 . 

LADY CHAMELEON; original story & 
screenplay by Howell M. Forgy 8c 
James S. Elliott. 154 1. © James 
S. Elliott & Howell M. Forgy; 
26May64; DU60309. 



LADY ESTHER, by Ralph S. Arzoomanian. 
104 1. A play in three acts. 
© Ralph S. Arzoomanian; 21Jan64 ; 
DU59418. 

LADY FAIR ROUND-UP BREAD, by Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative. 
20 sec. radio script. © Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative, Inc.: 
8Apr64; C16682. 

LADY MACBETH DEL DISTRETTO DI MZENSK. 
See 
CATERINA ISMAILOVA. 

LADY MACBETH OF THE MTSENSK DISTRICT. 
See 
KATERINA ISMAILOVA. 

A LADY OF REASON, by Ralph Frater, 
pseud, of Francis J. Thiegs. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Francis J. 
Thiegs; 9Jun64; DU60387 . 



LADY OF THE CAMELLIAS. 
LA TRAVIATA. 



See 



LADY, SIGN HERE! A play in one act by 
Joyce Nlcholls Mikkola. 22 1. 
© Joyce Nlcholls Mikkola; 24Feb64; 
DU59611. 

THE LAFAYETTE ESCADRILLE; half -hour 
teleplay by William Bennett & Ralph 
Holcomb. 27 1. © William E. 
Bennett & Ralph Holcomb; 12May64; 
DU60251. 



THE LAKE BABAKA LEGEND, by Z. J. Bowski . 
3 1. © Z. J. Bowski; 2Apr64; C16661. 



THE LAME DUCK, by Frederick Simpson. 
54 1 . A play in 3 acts. NM: addi- 
tions & revision. © Frederick 
Douglas Simpson; 6Jan64; DU59185. 



LANCE LA GRANCE, PRIVATE EAR, by Al 
LaGuire (Orville A. LaGuire) 2 1. 
© Al LaGuire; 9Jan64 ; C16320. 



THE LAND OF HANKY-PANKY, by Albert C. 
Miller. 1 v. A play In three acts. 
© Albert G. Miller; 30Jun64; 
DU60571. 

LANRETE REEF, a play in three acts 
by William Dorsey Blake. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Pelican 
love, 7May62, DU55379. NM: revisions 
& additions. © William D. Blake; 
21Jan64; DU59416. 



THE LAST BATTLE, a play in one act by 
Elisabeth Preston Snyder. 42 1. 
© Elisabeth Preston Snyder; 24Jan64; 
DU59331. 



THE LAST COUNT DE LUXEMBOURG, by Isobel 
Stone (Mrs. David de Saavedra) 183 1. 
An operetta in three acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Isobel Stone; 23Mar64; 
DU59740. 



LAST FLIGHT FOR DUSTY. 
THIS IS THE LAW. 



See 



THE LAST SAVAGE, an opera in three acts 
by Gian Carlo Menotti; English version 
by George Mead. New York, Franco 
Colombo. 48 p. Libretto. Appl. 
states manuscript of vocal score prev. 
reg. 12Dec63, DU59402, chorus parts 
prev. pub. 10Jun63, DP5132. © Franco 
Colombo, Inc.; l6Jan64; DP5341. 

LAST SAVAGE. See 
L' ULTIMO SELVAGGIO. 



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25 



THE LAST TEMPTATION, a play In two acts 
by Dan Alan Goldstein. Adapted from 
Nlkos Kazantzakis ' The last temptation 
of Christ. 165 1. © Dan Alan Gold- 
stein; HDec63; DU59156. 



LAST TEMPTATION OF CHRIST. 
THE LAST TEMPTATION. 



See 



LATIN AMERICA: PRIMER, PRINCIPAL, PRES- 
ERVATION; speech by Edward J. Fay. 
31 1. © Edward J. Fay; Uun64 ; 
C16872. 

THE LATIRIZED PRINCESS, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Josephine Mokikobu. 34 1. 
© Josephine E. Mokikobu; 13Feb64; 
DU59527 . 



LATITUDE OF GINGER, LONGITUDE OF STARS, 
a one-act play by Bernard Sabeth. 
8 1. © Bernard Sabeth; 24jan64; 
DU59322 . 



LAUGHTER IN THE NIGHT. (But for the 
grace) (Dream of home) A musical; 
book, music, and lyrics by Constance 
Conrad (Constance Conrad Moss) 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics -only. 
NM: additions. © Constance Conrad 
Moss; 8Jun64; DU60449. 



LECTURES AND MATERIALS FOR ADVANCED 
GUITAR COURSE, by Sherry Weinberger. 
1 v. © Sherry Weinberger; 6Feb64; 
CI65O7. 

LECTURES AND MATERIALS FOR BASIC GUITAR 
COURSE, by Sherry Weinberger. 1 v. 
© Sherry Weinberger; 6Feb64; CI6508. 

LECTURES ON PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEMS AND 
TECHNIQUES, by C. D. Rollins. 1 v. 
7 lectures. © Calvin Dwight Rollins; 
12Jun64; C16877 . 

LEE, by Peggy Taylor. 6l 1. A play in 
4 acts. © Peggy Taylor; l8May64; 
DU60260. 



LEFTOVER LIFE TO KILL. 
DYLAN. 



See 



THE LEGEND OF FIDDLER'S GREEN, a play 
In two acts by Cecil Hale, pseud, of 
Cecil I. Hartzell. 40 1. © Cecil I. 
Hartzell; 7Jan64; DU59197 . 



LEGEND OF TOLEDO, by Carolyn Vines. 
1 v. A play in 4 scenes. © Carolyn 
Vines; 10Jan64; DU59247 . 



LEIF ERICSON; written by Peter R. 
Ronson. 86 1 . A screenplay. 
© Peter Ronson; 22Jan64; DU59409. 



LET'S REALLY SCORE IN '64; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division, 
General Motors Corp. 13 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 24Feb64; C16554 . 

LETTY, a play in one act by Omar Paxson. 
1 v. © Omar Paxson; 24Feb64; 
DU59615. 

LETTY 'S BACK PARLOR, a play in three 
acts by Barbara M. Davis. 32 1. 
© Barbara M. Davis; 29Jun64; DU6O555. 

LEVI, a musical comedy. Book by John 
Lynde Greene & Bonnie Lake; lyrics 
by John Lynde Greene & Bonnie L. 
Lake; music by Bonnie Lake. 1 v. 
2 acts. © John Lynde Greene & 
Bonnie Louise Lake; 15 Jun64 ; DU60426. 

THE LIBERATION OF THESEUS. ( Der 
befrelte Theseus) Opera-minute in 
six scenes by Darius Milhaud; English 
version by Eric Smith. Vocal score. 
[Vienna] Universal Edition. 19 p. 
(UE 8978) Text in French, German & 
English. © on English version; Uni- 
versal Edition, A.G.; 3ON0V63; 
DFO-1294. 



THE LIBERATOR. SEE BOLIVAR. 



LAUKIAMANUIKAHIKI ; snare that lures 
a farflung bird; Hawaiian-English 
play by Jean Chariot. 26 1. 
8 scenes. © Jean Chariot; 20Apr64; 
DU60066. 

THE LAURA FALLON STORY; screenplay by 
T. Roma Productions, Inc. 97 1. 
© T. Roma Productions, Inc.; 25Jun64; 
DU60531. 



THE LEMMINGS, a play in three acts by 
Wendell Metzger. 109 1. © Wendell 
Metzger; 23Apr64; DU60094 . 

LENORE AND THE WONDER HOUSE, a musical 
play for young people; music by Ralph 
Alan Dale; lyrics by Arthur Sherman. 
Glen Rock, N. J., J. Fischer. 50 p. 
(Fischer edition, no. 95OO) 
© J. Fischer & Bro.; l8Feb64; DP5355 . 



LICENCE TO MURDER, a play In two acts 
by Elaine Morgan. London, S. French. 
67 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Elaine Morgan; 220ct63; DFI7O5 . 

A LICENSE TO STEAL, a play in three 
acts by Sidney Andorn. 1 v. 
© Sidney Andorn; 22Jun64 ; DU6O515. 



LAURE ET LES JACQUES; piece en quatre 
actes de Gabriel Arout, pseud, of 
Gabriel Aroutcheff. 1 v. 
© Gabriel Arout; 30Mar64; DU59823. 



LAY DOWN MY SHIELD, a play in two acts 
by James Lineberger. 1 v. 
© James L. Lineberger; 15Apr64; 
DU60021. 

LAZARILLO DE TORMES. See 
TEATRO PARA JOVENES. 

LEADERSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP, by Mrs. Abra- 
ham A. Low. Tape A-B. 2 v. Scripts 
for tape recordings. © Mrs. Abraham 
A. Low; l8May64; Cl68l4-l68l5. 



THE LEANING WALL, a screenplay by Vito 
Morrone. 3d draft. 129 1. NM: 
revisions. © Vito Morrone; 10Apr64; 
DU59994. 



THE LEAVES ARE FALLING, by Norman 
Charles, pseud, of Charles Norman 
Dlggs. 176 1. A play in three acts. 
© Norman Charles; 4Feb64; DU59494. 



LECTURE ON VIRGINITY. 1 v. © Clyde J. 
Knisely; 20Apr64; CI6703. 

LECTURE OUTLINE, PART TWO, INORGANIC 
CHEMISTRY. See 

COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF CHIROPRACTIC 
LECTURE OUTLINE, PART TWO, INORGAN- 
IC CHEMISTRY. 



A LECTURE OUTLINING THE ORIGINAL UNITED 
STATES FLAG-SONNET PATTERN, by Alta 
Florence Armstrong. 1 v. © Alta 
Florence Armstrong; 22May64; CI6851. 



LET THE OWNER BE THE JUDGE; recording 
script for the Oldsmobile Division, 
General Motors Corp. 12 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 24Feb64; CI6553. 

LET YOURSELF GO; Delta Airlines musical 
revue. Arthur L. Thorsen, author; 
Frank Panico, composer. Rev. 1 v. 
© Arthur L. Thorsen; 20Apr64 ; DU60132 . 

LET'S GET TOGETHER; recording script 
for the Hoover Co. 11 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
©Hoover Co.; 24Feb64; CI6549. 



LET'S KISS THE MISSILES GOODBY, by 
Martin Helbein. 4 1. A lecture. 
©Martin Helbein; 5Feb64; C16494 . 

LET'S PLAY ASTRONAUT, by Ruth & Jack 
Silln. 1 v. (Listen & learn 
child guidance record, B-201) 
Recording script. © Listen & Learn 
Record Co.; 2Apr64; CI6659. 

LET'S PLAY ENGINEER. See 

THINGS TO DO ON A RAINY DAY. 

LET'S PLAY FIRE CHIEF. See 
THINGS TO DO ON A RAINY DAY. 

LET'S PLAY HOUSE; original screenplay 
by Eileen & Robert Mason Pollock. 
164 1. © Eileen Pollock & Robert 
Mason Pollock; 28Feb64; DU5965O. 

LET'S PLAY TRAFFIC COP, by Ruth & 
Jack Silln. 1 v. (Listen & learn 
child guidance record, B-202) 
Recording script. © Listen & Learn 
Record Co.; 2Apr64; CI6658. 



LIFE, a short musical show, by Suzanne 
White & Kenly W. Whitelock. 15 1. 
© Suzanne White & Kenly W. Whitelock; 
15Jun64; DU60493. 



LIFE IS A DREAM, by Pedro Calderon de 
la Barca; translated from the Spanish 
by Charlotte Jones; adapted by Matteo 
Bocchino. 1 v. A musical play in 
two acts. Book only. © Matteo 
Bocchino; 6Feb64; DU59496. 

LIFE IS A DREAM. (La vida es sueno) 
By Pedro Calderon de la Barca; trans- 
lated by Edward & Elizabeth Huberman. 
3 acts. (In The Golden age, p. 79-147) 
© Edward & Elizabeth Huberman; 
21Nov63; DP5295. 

THE LIFE OF AN UNWANTED MOUNTAIN MAN, 
an original story written and 
adapted for television by Mary Gibson. 
32 1. © Mary Gibson; 22Jun64; 
DU60482. 



LIGHT-DUTY PROFIT AND SALES-MAKERS! 
Recording script for Chevrolet 
Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 9 1. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp. 
30Jan64; C16408. 

LIGHT ME A CANDLE, a comedy in one act 
by P. J. Barry. 28 1 . © Philip 
James Barry; 7Jan64; DU59194. 

LIGHT UP. See 
FOUR DAYS. 



LIGHT WITHIN. See 

THREE PLAYS OF ANCIENT HAWAII. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON, a lecture on 
Christian Science by Wilson Morgan 
Riley. 20 1. (Full report, no. 5) 
© Wilson Morgan Riley; 27Feb64; 
C16643. 

LILLI AND THE FROG PRINCE, a one -act 
fantasy by Paul Cherry. 21 1. 
© Paul Cherry; 13Feb64; DU59529. 



LINDA STONE IS BRUTAL, a comedy in two 
acts by William F. Brown. 1 v. 
© William F. Brown; 8jun64; DU60374. 

LINE OF INFINITY; recording script for 
Packard Electric, division of 
General Motors Corp. by Jam Handy 
Organization, 12 1. © Packard 
Electric, division of General Motors 
Corp.; 7Feb64; C16470. 

LINKING LETTERS, by Oliver D. Knauth. 
Introductory remarks. © Oliver D. 
Knauth; 23Mar64; CI6635 . 

THE LIxON'S MOUTH, a play in four acts 
by Eva A. M. Jones. 93 1. 
© Eva A. M. Jones; 3Apr64; DU59954. 

LIST OD IRENY. See 

KARIERY: LIST OD IRENY & PORA 
FIOLKOW. 

LISTEN AWAY YOUR FAT. See 
REDUCE THROUGH LISTENING. 

LISTEN TO YOUR HEART, a musical play 
in three acts by Ellen Johnston 
( Mrs . E. R. Johnston), Kirby Horton 
(Mrs. Phin E. Horton III) & Agnes 
Neel (Mrs. William S. Neel) 1 v. 
© Mrs. William S. Neel, Mrs. Phin E. 
Horton III & Mrs. E. R. Johnston; 
13Apr64; DU60175. 



THE LISTENER TALKS. 3 1. © Ethel 
Blaustein; 6Mar64 ; C16574 . 



THE LITTLE ASTRONAUTS; production script 
by Chuck Wolfe (Charles Vernon Wolfe) 
Chapter on Ireland. 1 v. A musical 
play in two acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Charles Vernon Wolfe; 
23Dec63; DU59338. 

THE LITTLE BIG CITY (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by 
Celeste K. Hollender. © Celeste K. 
Hollender. 
The girl in the kelly green dress. 

© 15Jun64; DU60459. 
Murder on display. © 15Jun64; 

DU60458. 
A woman's place is in the home. 
© 15Jun64; DU60457. 

THE LITTLE COCONUT; original dramatic 
composition written by Edith Franklin 
Kennedy Wallace. 5 1- © Edith 
Franklin Kennedy Wallace; llMay64; 
C16770 . 

LITTLE JANE STANDISH, a tragedy drama 
by J. O'Connor. 42 1. A screenplay 
in 30 scenes. © Joe O'Connor; 
13Apr64; DU60179- 

A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE, by Thomas F. Moore. 
1 v. A play in two acts. © Thomas 
F. Moore; 17Dec63; DU59168. 

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD, by Constance 
LeBaron. 3 1. 3 acts. © Twinson 
Co.; 30ct63; DP5292. 

LIVE IT UP; LIVE IT UP! A comedy in 
3 acts & 7 scenes by A. Macy Bush. 
100 1. © A. M. Bush; 17Mar64; 
DU59867 . 



LIVING WITH LINA, a television series 
of half -hour segments by Rose 
Grieco. Scripts no. 4-14. 1 v. 
© Rose Grieco; 25May64; DU60242. 

LLESSUR NIETSNIE; or, Scorpions. An 
urgent fantasy by Sidney Blackstone . 
1 v. 5 acts. © Sidney Blackstone; 
6jan64; DU59188. 

THE LOAN GAME, a one -act play by 
William Paulk. 20 1. © William 
Paulk; 20May64; DU60279. 

A LOCAL AFFAIR, a romantic comedy in 
two acts by Wayne Llndberg. 1 v. 
© Wayne A. Llndberg; 6Jan64; DU59190. 

LOCKED DOOR, a drama in three acts by 
Joan Wedge Penrose. 1 v. © Joan 
Wedge Penrose; 4Mar64; DU59694 . 

THE LODGERS, a play in three acts by 
Jacques Audiberti; adapted by 
Maurice Valency. 87 1. © Maurice 
Valency; l4Jan64; DU5927I. 

EIN LOWE GEHT UM IN ARKADA CITY; Ein 
Weihnachtsspiel in 5 Bildern von 
Heinz Troxler in Zusammenarbeit mit 
einem Studententeam. [Lucerne, Switz- 
erland] Rex. 24 p. © Rex Verlag; 
20Jul63; AF21634. 

LOGIC'S FOUR-TIER LOGARITHM, a talk 

prepared for delivery by Floyd Hickok. 
18 1. © Floyd Hickok; l8Mar64; 
C16624 . 

LOIN DE RUEIL. See 

WHATEVER BECAME OF JACQUES? 

LOLA, a play in three acts by Carl E. 
Freybe. 1 v. © Carl E. Freybe; 
29Jan64; DU59389. 

THE LONDON DRIVE, by Joseph French. 
102 1. A play in three acts. 
© Joseph French; 3Dec63; DU59320. 

THE LONE TREE, a three act play by 
Larry Sabiston. 1 v. © Larry 
Sabiston; 26Feb64; DU59627. 

THE LONELIEST WAYFARER; or, The compli- 
cated road. A one -act play by 
Bernard Sabeth. 22 1. © Bernard 
Sabeth; 24 Jan64 ; DU59323- 

THE LONG LOOK OF LUXURY; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 8 1. © Olds- 
mobile Division, General Motors 
Corp. ; 30Jan64; C16371- 

THE LOOK OF A THOROUGHBRED; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 9 1- 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16381. 

LOOK TO THE STARS! Recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 9 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16410. 

LOOK UP Am LIVE (TELEVISION PROGRAM) 
See 
IN THE PRESENCE OF DEATH. 

LOOKING FOR MORE IN '64, by Bill Moore. 
Recitation. © Peach Music; 9Mar64; 
C16596. 

LOS ANGELES TO NEW YORK - VFR, by Aero- 
Progress. 29 1. Narration script. 
©Aero-Progress, Inc.; HMar64; 
C16602. 

LOSE WEIGHT THROUGH SUBCONSCIOUS RE- 
EDUCATION. See 
REDUCE THROUGH LISTENING. 



THE LOSERS, a full length screenplay 
by Leonard Wise. 50 1. © Leonard 
Wise; HMay64; DU60213. 

LOSERS. See 

THREE GLIMPSES EAST. 

LOST, by Rung Hasselgren (Ragnar E. 
Hasselgren) 2 1. © Ragnar E. 
Hasselgren; 21Apr64; C16702. 

LOST AT SEA, by Patrick W. Nee. An 
original four-act television drama. 
52 1. © Patrick W. Nee; 27Dec63; 
DU59216. 

LOST IN THE DARKNESS, a play in 5 acts 
by Rocco Soriano. 74 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. DU57893. © Rocco Soriano; 
26May64; DU60311. 

LOUIS PASTEUR AND THE GERM THEORY OF 
DISEASE; script for the filmstrip 
by Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 
12 1. © Metropolitan Life Insurance 
Co.; 26Dec63; CI6309. 

LOVE, ART AND ANTHONY THORNDYKE, a 
comedy by Beaumont Bruestle. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Beaumont Bruestle; 
25Feb64; DU59622. 

LOVE IN A MISSILE CAPSULE, by Ralph M. 
Curley. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Ralph M. Curley; 7Apr64; DU59974. 

LOVE IS A FOUR-LETTER WORD: By Jerome 
J. Remer. 1 v. A play in two acts. 
© Jerome J. Remer; l6Apr64; DU60030. 



LOVE IS A JESTER, by Ralph M. Curley. 
1 v. A play in three acts. © Ralph 
M. Curley; 27Jan64; DU59358. 

LOVE IS LIKE A BUBBLE; book & lyrics 
by Richard D. Applegate, music by 
Cliff Reckow. 2 v. A dramatico- 
musical in two acts. © Richard D. 
Applegate & Cliff Reckow; 19Mar64; 
DU59737. 

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, a new play in 3 
acts by Oliver Hailey. 1 v. 
© Oliver Hailey; 15Apr64; DU60016. 

LOVE OF DON PERLIMPLIN AND BELISA IN 
THE GARDEN. See 
FIVE PLAYS. 



LOVE SEES WITH CLOSED EYES. 
WIVES FOR SALE. 



LOVE, THE PAINTER. 
THE SICILIAN. 



See 



LOVE THEY LABOURS; an occupational 
coloring book. 1 v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. © Robert W. Mathews; 
l8May64; DU60264 . 

THE LOVERS, a 3-act play by Madolin 
Cervantes. 90 1. ©Madolin Cervan- 
tes; 20Apr64; DU60123. 

LOVER'S QUARREL WITH THE WORLD. See 
ROBERT FROST: A LOVER'S QUARREL WITH 
THE WORLD. 

LOVES OF OLYMPIC, by Katherine C. 
Travis. 1 v. A play in two acts. 
© Katherine C. Travis; 2Mar64; 
DU59654. 

THE LOWER DEPTHS, by Maxim Gorki; 
translated by Alex Szogyi. 1 v. 
A play in 4 acts. © Alex Szogyi; 
22Jun64; DU60499- 

LUCEAFARUL. See 
EVENING STAR. 



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27 



LUCKY FOR US! A musical comedy by 
Frederick & Carol Eastaugh. 2 v. 
2 acts. © Carol B. Eastaugh & Fred- 
erick 0. Eastaugh; 27Mar64; DU59889. 

THE LUCKY STONE; ballet & story by 
Kappa Vanderost, pseud, of Katharine 
V. R. Belknap. 1 v. With music. 
© Katharine V. R. Belknap; 13Mar64; 
DU59754 . 

LUCY; or, The birds and the bees. 
Book for a musical in two acts by 
Lucy Kennedy (Lucy Kennedy Brown) 
Taken from the novel Mr . Audubon ' s 
Lucy, by Lucy Kennedy. 1 v. Book 
8c lyrics only. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Lucy Kennedy; 10Feb64; 
DU59477 • 

LUISELLA. 130655. Di Franco Mannlno. 
Dramma in quattro quadri tratto 
dall'omonimo racconto di Thomas Mann 
da Paola Masino; partitura. [Milano] 
Ricordi. 286 p. Score. © G. Ricordi 
& C.j S.P.A.; 2Apr64; DF1724 . 

LUISELLA. 13O658. Di Franco Mannino. 
Dramma in quattro quadri tratto 
dall'omonimo racconto di Thomas Mann 
da Paola Masino. [Milano] Ricordi. 
188 p. Canto e pianoforte. 
© G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; 2Apr64; 
DF1723. 

LYDIA, a comedy in three acts by 
Walter Roberts. 79 1. © Walter 
Roberts; 30Dec63; DU59221. 



M 



M. C. SMITH AND TV. See 
4 TELEVISION SKITS. 

MCCAFFERTY FORD. Commercial script. 
Appl. author: Eugene Robert Tanz . 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
8Jun64; C16861. 

MCKEAN CHEVROLET. Commercial script. 
Appl. author: Eugene Robert Tanz. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
l6Mar64; C16619. 

MACKEY, a musical comedy in two acts 
by Walter Cool. 1 v. © Walter D. 
Cool; 26Jun64; DU60548. 

M'NAGHTEN'S MADNESS, a play in three 
acts by John Russell, pseud, of 
John R. Crooker, Jr. 107 1. © Alice 
E. Crooker Murias; l6Jan64; DU59293. 

THE MAD ISLANDS & THE ADMINISTRATOR; 
two radio plays by Louis MacNelce. 
London, Faber & Faber. 112 p. 
© Hedli MacNelce; 13Mar64; DF1718. 

MADE FOR THE MARKET. See 

OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION IS! 
MADE FOR THE MARKET. 

THE MADMEN, a one act play by Jerome P. 
Vanora. 24 1. © Jerome P. Vanora; 
27Dec63; DU59219. 

THE MAGIC FLUTE. 11 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book only. © Opera 
Profiles, Inc.; 28May64; DU60444 . 

THE MAGIC FORMULA, a play in three acts 
by Ira W. Cobb, psued. of Ben 
Sokoloff . 1 v. © Ben Sokoloff; 
4Jun64; DU60359- 

THE MAGIC RIVER, a play for children; 
book by Kenneth A. Lieberman; music 
by Barbara Lynne Klee; lyrics by 
Kenneth Lieberman & Barbara Lynne 
Klee. 1 v. 2 acts. © Barbara Lynne 
Klee & Kenneth A. Lieberman; 10Jan64; 
DU59252 . 



THE MAGIC SHOES OF BALLIDORE, a play 
for children by Emily Jefferson. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Emily Jefferson; 
4Mar64; DU59692. 

MAGIC TYPEWRITER. See 
A TOWN FOR SALE. 

MAGICIAN. See 
A PERETZ TRIO. 

THE MAGNIFICENT LIAR, a play in two 
parts & prologue by Primo Raddi. 
1 v. © Primo Raddi; 10Apr64; DU60121 . 

MAHAGONNY SONGSPIEL; das klelne Mahagonny 
von Bert Brecht (Bertolt Brecht) & 
Kurt Weill. Urfassung, 1927; Wieder- 
hergestellt & herausgegeben von David 
Drew. Klavierauszug. [Vienna] Uni- 
versal Edition. 84 p. (UE 12889) 
3 parts. Text in German & English. 
NM: revisions. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 6Dec63; DFO-1293. 

MAIN ADDRESS AT DEDICATION EXERCISES 
OF MCLEAN HOUSE AND APPOMATTOX COURT 
HOUSE NATIONAL HISTORICAL MONUMENT, 
by Douglas Southall Freeman. 10 1. 
© Inez Goddin Freeman; 29Jan64; 
C16423. 



MAKE ME MARBLE WALLS. 
THREE TIMES THREE. 



See 



MAKE ROOM FOR GOD, an introduction to 
Biblical thought, by Walter & Fay 
Reed. 9 v. 9 lectures. © Walter 
E. Reed & Fay Reed; 4May64; C16751- 

MAKING EXPENSES PAY OFF; script for a 
sound slidefilm. 20 1. © Pure Oil 
Co.; 24Apr64; C16721. 

MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR MEDIUMS.' 

Recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
11 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16437- 

THE MALICE OF EMPIRE; an English rend- 
ering of Yao Hsin-nung's Ch'ing- 
kung Yuan, by Jeremy Ingalls, pseud, of 
Mildred Dodge Jeremy Ingalls. 
192 1. A play in four acts. 
© Mildred Dodge Jeremy Ingalls; 
l6jan64; DU59345 . 

LE MAMME; un atto di Carlo Terron. (In 
II Dramma. anno 38, n.308, p. 10-20. 
Torino) © Carlo Terron: 31May62; 
DF1709. 



A MAN AND HIS MOUNTAIN, an original 
musical drama written to commemorate 
100 years of Congregationalism in 
Colorado for the annual meeting on 
May 3 and 4, 1963, Denver, Colorado; 
book & lyrics by Jack V. Booch; music 
by Robert M. Calderwood . 1 v. 
2 acts. © Jack V. Booch & Robert M. 
Calderwood; 6jan64; DU59189 . 

MAN BITES DOG. See 

JOHNNY PARK TALKS OF THOMAS WOLFE. 



MAN, BRING THIS UP ROAD. See 

THE MILK TRAIN DOESN ' T STOP HERE 
ANYMORE. 

THE MAN FROM THE WATER WORKS by 
E. S. Strother. 1 v. A play in 
three acts. © E. S. Strother; 
24Feb64; DU59614. 

A MAN FROM UPSTATE, by Franklin N. 
Gould. 1 v. A three act straight 
play. © Franklin N. Gould; 9Mar64; 
DU59731. 



MAN IS A BEAST; thirty minute televi- 
sion drama by Patricia Sue Neufarth. 
32 1. © Patricia Sue Neufarth; 
25Mar64; DU59883. 

MAN OF THE WORLD. See 
BUSINESS AS USUAL. 

THE MAN ON THE BEARSKIN RUG, a comic 
opera in one act; music by Paul 
Ramsier; libretto by James Elward; 
vocal score by the composer. 
Boosey & Hawkes. 76 p. Vocal score. 
© Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 90ct63; 
DP5264. 

MAN WITH A GUITAR, by Henry Blasso. 
2 v. A play in three acts. 
© Henry T. Blasso; 23Mar64; DU59949. 

THE MAN WITHOUT A NAME, a tragedy in 
three acts by Haven Hubbard. 1 v. 
© Haven Hubbard & A. Lucius Hubbard; 
24Feb64; DU59607. 

A MAN WITHOUT CHARACTER, a play by 
Charles Tekeyan. 41 1. © Charles 
Tekeyan; 5Feb64; DU59502. 

THE MANNINGS ' ORDEAL, a color f ilmstrip 
produced for Better Selling Bureau; 
created & produced by Rocket Pictures. 
17 1. (Human needs for life insur- 
ance) A script. © Better Selling 
Bureau Division, Rocket Pictures, Inc. ; 
3Jan64; CI6329. 

MANUAL DE ESPANOL PARA EXTRANJEROS . 
See TAPE SCRIPTS TO ACCOMPANY 

MANUAL DE ESPANOL PARA EXTRANJE- 
ROS. 

THE MAPLE LEAF, by Charles Sumner. 

94 1. A play in two acts. © Charles 
Sumner; 29Jan64; DU59384 . 



THE MARAUDERS, by Rosmarin Martel, 
pseud, of Mary S. Joyner. 108 1. 
A play in three acts. © Mary S. 
Joyner; 20Apr64; DU60O70. 

MARBLES WITH THE BIG BOYS, a comedy by 
Rob Maynor (Morris R. Maynor) & Tom 
Machura (Thomas J. Machura) 72 1. 
3 acts. © Rob Maynor 8c Tom Machura; 
20Mar64; DU5982O. 

THE MARCH, by Grant W. Miller. 1 v. 
A play in three parts. © Grant 
Woodrow Miller; 21Apr64; DU60072. 



MARCH FOR FREEDOM ON CHRISTMAS, by 
Cecelia Lipschitz. 2 1. A script. 
© Cecelia Lipschitz; 2Mar64 ; CI6523. 



MARCH HAS A GOOD SIGN, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Lorenza E. Swoopes. 31 1. © Lorenza 
E. Swoopes; 22Jun64; DU60486. 

MARE OF HO-BOHEMIA, by Win Hopkins 
(Orren Wlnfield Hopkins) 13 1. 
A play in three acts. © Win Hopkins; 
17Dec63; DU59169. 

MARIAHANN AND THE SEASONS, a new play 
by Armand H. Russo. 60 1. 3 acts. 
© Armand H. Russo; 20Mar64; DU598II. 

MARIE STUART; tragedie en cinq actes de 
Frederic Schiller; adaptation fran- 
caise de Charles Charras. (In Les 
Oeuvres llbres. no 213, p. 195-270. 
Paris) © Charles Charras; 15Feb64; 
DFO-1296. 

THE MARINER'S COMPASS: BASIC INTRO- 
DUCTION ON USAGE, VARIATION, AND 
DEVIATION. 1 v. A script in 2 
parts. ©Maritime Safety Institute 
of America; 5Feb64; C16495. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



MARK TWAIN; narration for Jerome Kern's 
Portrait for orchestra by Lee Sutton 
& Roger Englander. 7 1. © Roger 
Englander & Lee Sutton; l8May64; 
C16798. 

MARKHEIM. See 

ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON'S MARKHEIM. 

THE MARRIAGE FACTORY, a musical comedy. 
Book, music & lyrics by Geoffrey Y. 
Gardner. 1 v. © Geoffrey Yvelin 
Gardner; 4May64; DU60160. 

THE MARTINS AND THE COYS, an original 
story written and adapted for 
television by Alfred L. Milligan. 
31 1. © Alfred L. Milligan; 9Mar64; 
DU59590 . 

MARTIN'S PLACE, by Martin Perrini. 
35 1. A play in 2 acts. © Martin 
Leo Perrini; l8May64; DU60258. 

MARY S. MCDOWELL; written by Peter S. 
Feibleman. Final draft, June 11, 
1964. 58 1. (Profiles in courage, 
by John F. Kennedy) 4 acts. 
© Robert Saudek Associates, Inc.; 
12Jun64; DP5388. 

MARYA, by David McDonald. 1 v. A play 
in three acts. © David J. McDonald, 
Jr.; 10Mar64; DU59805 . 

THE MASK, a play by Roy Culver. 24 1. 

5 scenes. © Roy Culver; 3?eb64 ; 
■ DU59424 . 

MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH. See 

EDGAR ALLAN FOE'S MASQUE OF THE RED 
DEATH. 

THE MASQUERADE BALL; one act play by 
Jean Pierre Renoux. 7 1. © Jean 
Pierre Renoux; 6Apr64; DU59957. 

THE MASTER BUILDER, by Henrik Ibsen. 
Edited by Blaze Odell Bonazza & Emil 
Roy. 3 acts. (In Studies in drama, 
form B, p. 93-146) NM: "translation 
and questions at the end of each act." 
© Blaze Odell Bonazza 8c Emil Roy; 
2Jan64; DP5352. 

THE MASTER BUILDER, by Henrik Ibsen. 
3 acts. (In Studies in drama, 
form B, p. 93-146) © Blaze 0. Bonazza 

6 Emil Roy; 15Dec63 (in notice: 1964); 
DP 5270. 

MASTER OF HIS FATE, a comedy drama by 
George B. Francis. 1 v. 3 acts. 
©George B. Francis; 20Mar64 ; DU59°14 . 

MATCH; comedie en deux mi-temps de 
Michel Fermaud. 142 1. © Michel 
Fermaud; 30Mar64; DU59824 . 

MATHIAS SANDORF. See 

LES ADVENTURES DE MATHIAS SANDORF. 

A MATTER OF COMMON SENSE; recording 
script for Oldsmoblle Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 9 1. 
© Oldsmoblle Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 7Feb64; C16454. 

A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH, by Ronald 
Hobin. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Ronald Hobin; HJun64; DU60413. 

A MATTER OF SISSY, by R. David Cox 
& Henry M. Shaw. For the thirty- 
minute television series: Duel. 
23 1. © R. David Cox & Henry M. 
Shaw; 17 Jan64 ; DU59310. 

A MATTER OF STYLE, a comedy in three 
acts by Jack G. O'Brien. 1 v. 
© Jack George O'Brien; 12Mar64; 
DU59741. 



MATTY; or, It's never too late. A musi- 
cal comedy, a romance; story & music 
by Jo Roell (Josephine Roell), lyrics 
by Jo Roell & Joe Zak (Joseph Bernard 
Zak) 1 v. 2 acts. © Zak Music Co.; 
20Mar64; DP5368. 

MAY I HAVE THE PLEASURE OF DYING WITH 
YOU? A play in one act & one set 
by Mortimer Braus . 56 1. © Mortimer 
Braus; 21Apr64; DU60075 . 

THE MECHANICAL DOG, a one act play by 
James Hodges, pseud, of Jlramie Hodges 
Young. 43 1. © Jlmmie Hodges Young; 
l6Apr64; DU6OO31. 

MECHANICAL DOLL; or, Existentialism. 
A muslco drama with avant garde in 
two acts by Sydney Gervaise Barton, 
pseud, of Gervaise S. Barton (pseud.: 
Sydney Gervaise) 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © S. Gervaise Barton; 26Mar64; 
DU60001. 

MEDICAL ASSISTANT LESSON NO. 20. 42 1. 
A recording script in four parts. 
© Career Academy, Inc.; 20Feb64; 
C16537. 

MEDICAL ASSISTANT LESSON NO. 21. 40 1. 
A recording script in four parts. 
© Career Academy, Inc.; 26Feb64 ; 
CI6561. 

MEDICAL ASSISTANT LESSON NO. 22. 40 1. 
6 parts. © Career Academy, Inc.; 
27Mar64; CI665I. 

MEDICAL ASSISTANT LESSON NO. 23. 50 1. 
A recording script in four parts. 
© Career Academy, Inc.; 27Apr64; 
C16723. 

MEDITATION IN A CHURCH PEW, a reading 
by Carolyn J. Gage. 4 p. © Carolyn 
J. Gage; l8Mar64; CI6623. 

MEDLEY OF A SKYLARK, by Edward T. 

Wagner. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Collision 
of dreams, DU57877. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Edward T. Wagner; 
20Apr64; DU6OO58. 

MEDUSA'S CHILDREN, a play in two acts by 
Helen Hudson Whitcomb (Helen Hudson) 
58 1. © Helen Hudson Whitcomb; 
20Jan64; DU59ttl. 

MEET DALLAS DAISY, a comedy in three 
acts by Nell E. Schaffner. 44 1. 
© Neil E. Schaffner; 22Apr64; DU60079. 

MEET THE COMPETITION--BUICK, OLDS, AND 
CHEVROLET; recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp. 17 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
24Feb64; C16557 . 

MEETING. See 
PORTFOLIO. 

MEETING TODAY'S CHALLENGE WITH CHRISTIAN 
SCIENCE, a lecture on Christian Sci- 
ence by Georgina Tennant. 20 1. 
(Full report, no. 6) © Georgina Ten- 
nant; lApr64; C16644 . 

MEMORIAL SERVICE, a play in one act by 
Raymond McGlynn. 25 1. © Raymond 
McGlynn; 13Mar64; DU59757 . 

MEN HATE SIN, an original musical comedy 
in two acts; music by Dennis Nelson; 
lyrics by Douglas Arnold; book by 
Francine Weber & Douglas Arnold. 
2 v. © Douglas M. Arnold & Dennis D. 
Nelson; 13May64; DU60231. 



MEN OF THUNDER, by Ellen Wilkerson 
(Mary Ellen Spears) 8c Doyle Spears. 
86 1. A screenplay. © Mary Ellen 



Spears 8c Doyle I. Spears; 22Jan64 ; 
DU59408. 

THE MENNEN COMPANY MENKEN SKIN BRACER. 
30-seconds live radio script by War- 
wick & Legler. © Warwick & Legler, 
Inc.; 12Mar64; Cl66o4. 

MENNEN SKIN BRACER. See 

THE MENNEN COMPANY MENNEN SKIN 
BRACER. 

MENTEUR. See 

P0LYEUCTE & LE MENTEUR. 

MERLINSON, a play in verse by Genlllat, 
pseud, of Thomas Heyward Gignilliat. 
Savannah, Pigeonhole Press. 65 p. 
8 scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU32203. NM: introd. 8s illus. 
© Thomas Heyward Gignilliat; 23Dec63j 
DP5263. 

THE MESSAGE, by Margaret M. Scariano. 
3 1. Melodramatic reading. 
© Margaret M. Scariano; 20Apr64; 
C16764 . 

MEURTRE AU RALENTI; drame en 2 actes 
de Boileau-Narcejac (Pierre Boileau 
& Thomas Narcejac) 67 1. 
© Boileau-Narcejac; 30Mar64; DU59827. 

MIAMI BEACH-WHERE ' S THAT? See 
TV SERIES. 

THE MICRO MEN, by lb Melchior 8c Peter 
Purcell, pseud, of Victor P. 
Satinsky. 150 1. A screenplay. 
© Joseph Satinsky & Victor P. 
Satinsky; 3Feb64; DU59450. 

MIDGET TOWN U. S. A.; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Hezekiah Johnston. 31 1- © Hezekiah 
Johnston; 17Feb64; DU59558. 

DER MIKADO; Operette In 2 Akten von 
W. S. Gilbert; musik von Arthur 
Sullivan. Deutsche Neufassung von 
Walter Brandin & Arno Assmann. 
77 1. Libretto. © Josef Weinberger, 
Ltd.; l8Nov63; DU59142. 

MIKADO. See 

THE COOL MIKADO. 

THE MIKADO, FOR READERS' THEATRE AND 
STAGE; adapted by Melvin R. White. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., S4F Press. 42 1. 
2 acts. © Melvin R. White; 5Mar64; 
DP5329. 

MIKE, the birth & development of a radio 
show, known as The Grande Ole Opry; 
book & lyrics by Don G. Cummings; 
music by D. G. Cummings & Milton 
Wolfe; original production staged by 
Heartbreak Music Publishers. A musi- 
cal in two acts, original idea by 
Joseph Lackey. 1 v. Book 8c lyrics 
only. © Joseph Lackey d.b.a. Heart- 
break Music Publishers; 23Mar64; 
DP5373- 

THE MILK TRAIN DOESN'T STOP HERE ANY- 
MORE, a play In two acts by Tennessee 
Williams. (In The Best plays of 
1962-1963, p. I5I-I69) Dramatization 
of short story entitled Man, bring 
this up road. © Two Rivers Enter- 
prises, Inc.; I40ct63; DP53O3. 

THE MILK TRAIN DOESN'T STOP HERE ANY- 
MORE, by Tennessee Williams. Norfolk, 
Conn., J. Laughlin. Il8p. 6 scenes. 
(A New directions book) NM: additions. 
© Two Rivers Enterprises, Inc.; 
28Feb64; A691185. 

MIND AND BRAIN. See 

HUMAN PHYSICS: THE APPLICATION OF 
NATURAL LAW TO INTERPERSONAL 
RELATIONSHIPS, I; MIND AND BRAIN. 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



29 



MINISTER'S BLACK VEIL. See 

NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE'S THE MINISTER'S 
BLACK VEIL. 

MINNIE, THE MATRIARCH, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Clara U. Samuels. 32 1. 
Appl. author: Leslie Goodwins Pro- 
ductions. © Clara U. Samuels; 
30Mar64; DU59902. 

THE MINOTAUR, by J. J. Scott, pseud, 
of Joseph Kirland. 1 v. A play in 
ten parts. © Joseph Scott; 3Mar64; 
DU59666 . 

MINUTES MAKE DOLLARS; recording script 
for Sinclair Refining Co. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 8 1. ©Sinclair 
Refining Co.; 7Feb64; C16476. 

MIRACLES LIE IN THE STREET, by 

Z. P. Mora. 1 v. A play in three 
acts. © Zoltan Paul Mora; 
19Jun64; DU60498. 

MIRROR OF DARKNESS, a play in three 
acts by Vincent B. Consoli . 1 v. 
© Vincent B. Consoli; 28Feb64; 
DU59649. 

THE MISER, by Moliere; translated from 
the French by Lucien G; Boulad. 
611. 5 acts. © Lucien G. Boulad; 
30Apr64; DU60323. 

MISERY RAPE, a play in one act by 
Wendell Metzger. 28 1 . © Wendell 
Metzger; 27Apr64; DU60108. 

MISS PEGRAM AND THE RUSSIAN, by Bob 
Ward (Robert Spelraan Ward) 91 1. 
A screenplay. © Robert Spelman 
Ward; 2Jan64; DU59161. 

MISS PEGRAM AND THE RUSSIAN, by Bob 
Ward (Robert Spelman Ward) 125 1. 
A screenplay in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. DU59161. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Robert Spelman Ward; 
27May64; DU60244. 

MISSION TO DURAZZO, a comedy in three 
acts by Sloane Elliott. 1 v. A 
play. © Sloane Elliott; 26Feb64 ; 
DU59635. 

MISSISSIPPI SUNSHINE, a story of the 
Old South by Mike England (Michael 
E. England) 14 1. A play in two 
scenes. ©Michael E. England; 
9Mar64; DU59726. 



MR. ALTSCHULER'S TREE. See 
PORTFOLIO. 

MR. AND MRS. POE, by Peter Sydney Salt, 
lv. A play in three acts. 
NM: "entirely rewritten." © Peter 
Sydney Salt; 24Jan64; DU59325 • 



MR. AUDUBON'S LUCY. See 
LUCY. 

MISTER BOOTH, by Austin Campbell 
Pendleton. 1 v. A musical play 
in two acts. Book only. © Austin 
Campbell Pendleton; l8Mar64; DU5987I. 

MR. BROWN, by Eddy Dunn (Edward 
Delaney Dunn) 75 1. A play. 
© Edward D. Dunn; 26Feb64; DU5963I. 

MR. CHRISTMAS, a play in one act by 
Eugene Weiger. 48 1. © Eugene 
Weiger; 9Jun64 ; DU60388. 

MR. COOPER, by Dale Jennings. 97 1. 
A color film shooting script. 
© William Dale Jennings; 12Jun64; 
DU60423. 



MR. ENDIKIN AND REETCHIE . 
COMPANION PIECES. 



See 



MR. FLANAGAN, THE CHAPLAIN, AND 
MR. LINCOLN. See 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

MR. GRUMPY'S TOY SHOP, a Christmas 
operetta in 3 acts by Alan Gray M. 
Campbell. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Pub. Co. 75 p. ©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
lSep63; DP5285. 

MR. HIGHPOCKETS, by George Herman. 
163 1. A play in three acts. 
© George A. Herman; 10Feb64 ; DU59459. 

MR. JEHLINGER; lesson 8-12. 1 v. 

© American Academy of Dramatic Arts, 
Inc.; 12Mar64; C16603. 

MR. MUDDLE 'S MARVELLOUS MACHINE; or, 
The mysterious Mr. Muddle, a prologue 
& three acts by Adele Gordon 
(Mrs. Vernon Erbstoeszer) 1 v. 
A play for children. © Mrs. Vernon 
Erbstoeszer; 13Feb64; DU59532. 

MR. PEPPER AND THE ROSE SNATCHERS, by 
Harry Peakman. 40 1. A one -hour 
television script for film. 
© Harry Peakman; 15Apr64; DU60013. 

MR. 2-2, A VISITOR FROM MARS. See 
MR. 2-2 FROM MARS. 

MR. 2-2 FROM MARS. (Mr. 2-2, a visitor 
from Mars) By Mildred B. Linton. 
23 1. A musical play in two acts. 
© Mildred B. Linton; 10Feb64; DU59476. 

MRS. A., a new musical by Sam & Bella 
Spewack. Based on the book Gertrude 
Lawrence as Mrs. A, by Richard 
Stoddard Aldrich. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Sam Spewack 
& Bella Spewack; 25May64; DU60248. 

MRS. BROWN-SMITH'S CARRIAGE HOUSE, a 
play In three acts by Gaston Mallet. 
82 1. © Gaston Mallet; 30Dec63; 
DU59214. 

MRS. DALLY HAS A LOVER AND OTHER PLAYS, 
by William Hanley. New York, Dial 
Press. 207 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1962. © William Hanley; 150ct63; 
DP5266. 

MRS. WATERMAN'S SECRET, by Mark Flomen- 
hoft. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Mark Flomenhoft; llMar64; DU59797. 

MISTY, APARTMENT 1240, by Mahoning 
Valley Broadcasting Corp. 8 1. 
Radio script. © Mahoning Valley 
Broadcasting Corp.; 23Jun64; 
C16893. 

MMM. . .WHAT A BUICK! A radio commercial 
script. © Edward Hess Prager; 
HJun64; C16868. 

MOA A MO' I. See 

THREE PLAYS OF ANCIENT HAWAII. 

MOIRA, a prose opera for television. 
Words & music by Kenneth Blanchard 
Klaus; written for Camera Three. 
19 1. With argument. © Kenneth 
B. Klaus; HFeb64; DU59528. 

A MOMENT IN ORBIT, by Henry KItt. 

40 1. © Henry Kitt; l6Dec63; DU59167. 

MOMMY, by Peter Kedas. 1 v. A play 
in three acts. © Peter Kedas; 
27Jan64; DU59349. 

MONEY FOR SURE, a color filmstrip 
produced for Better Selling Bureau; 
produced by Rocket Pictures. 
15 1. (Human needs for life insur- 
ance) A script. © Better Selling 
Bureau Division, Rocket Pictures, Inc.; 
3Jan64; C16331. 



THE MONEY GAME, a new musical play in 
two acts; book & lyrics by Janls 
Libby . 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Janis K. Libby; 6Jan64; DU59279. 

MONEY SAVINGS; Recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 8 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; Cl64l4. 

MONEY TALKS; participation television 
show format, by Eugene Borden. 
Rev. July 17, 1963. 11 1. © Eugene 
Borden; 3Feb64; C16572. 

MONEY TALKS, IN CLOSING SALES; 
recording script for Chevrolet 
Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 8 1. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
7Feb64; C16432. 

THE MONEY TREE, a play in one act by 
Gary M. Salt. 6l 1. © Gary Michael 
Salt; 27Apr64; DU6OIO7. 

THE MONK, by Murray Schisgal. 15 1. 
A play in one scene. © Murray 
Schisgal; 3Feb64; DU59423. 

MONSIEUR VAUTRIN; comedie en quatre 
actes de Andre Charpak; lnspiree de 
l'oeuvre de Honore de Balzac. (In 
Les Oeuvres llbres. no 210, p.183- 
270. Paris) © Andre Charpak; lNov63; 
DFO-1269. 

THE MOON BOW, a play in three acts by 
John Seton, pseud, of John M. Whiting. 
86 1. © John M. Whiting; 27May64 ; 
DU60312. 



MOON MAGIC, a play-pageant especially 
adapted for Senior Class Day exer- 
cises by Barbara B. Bell. 24 p. 
(A Woolard play) 2 acts. © Mrs. J. M. 
Woolard; 10Jan64; DP53O2. 

MOONLIGHT FLIT, by David Lyttleton, 
pseud, of John Charles Haynes. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © John Charles 
Haynes; 25May64; DU60303. 

MOONY ON THE CARPET AND OTHER SHORT 
PLAYS, by Joe Molnar. 1 v. © Joe 
Molnar; 24Jun64; DU60521. 

MOPEALONG, THE SINGING HORSE, by 
Lila Levant & Jack Labow. 1 v. 
A musical play. © Lila Levant & 
Jack Labow; 24Mar64; DU59859- 

MORE STATELY MANSIONS, by Eugene O'Neill; 
shortened from the author's partly re- 
vised script by Karl Ragnar Gierow & 
edited by Donald Gallup. 1st ed. 
New Haven, Yale University Press. 
194 p. 3 acts. © Carlotta Monterey 
O'Neill; 12Mar64; A691409. 

MORE THAN GOOD LOOKS, by Quality Bakers 
of America Cooperative. One min. 
television script. © Quality Bakers 
of America Cooperative, Inc.; 6May64 ; 
CI6783. 

MORE THAN GOOD LOOKS, by Quality Bakers 
of America Cooperative. 30 sec. 
radio script. © Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative, Inc.; 8Apr64; 
C16674. 

THE MOST PERILOUS VOYAGE; screenplay 
by Curt Siodmak. 162 1. Adapta- 
tion of Henryk Sienkiewicz ' s novel 
In desert and wilderness. © Curt 
Siodmak; 26Mar64 ; DU59888. 

THE MOST VALUABLE VOLUME; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 13 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16463. 



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Jan.-June 



THE MOTEL AND THE CHICKENHOUSE, by- 
Margaret Collins (M. James Collins) 
75 1. A play in two acts. © Mar- 
garet Branden James Collins; 30Mar64 ; 
DU59921. 

MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN, a 
chronicle of the Thirty Years' War 
by Bertolt Brecht; English version by 
Eric Bentley. The only complete & 
unabridged ed . New York, Grove Press. 
124 p. (Evergreen original, E-372) 
12 scenes. © Eric Bentley; 26jul6j; 
DP5371 . 

MOTHER HUMP, a play in one act by John 
Wolfson. 55 1. © John S. Wolfson; 
17Apr64; DU60041. 

MOTHER, I'D RATHER DO IT MYSELF, a 
musical commentary on the modern 
American male. Book, music & lyrics 
by Sidney Shupak. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Sidney Shupak; 13Mar64; DU59753- 

MOTHER, MAY I C-0 OUT TO SWIM? A play 
by Gant Gaither. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Gant Gaither; 29Jan64 ; DU59388. 

MOTHER OF THAT WISDOM, a play, histori- 
cal, in two acts by Joseph Kessel- 
ring. 1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Solomon's mother, No. 7739. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Joseph 
Kesselring; 10Feb64; DU59468. 

MOTHERS MAGIC SANDMAN, a lullaby story 
■ for preschoolers by Jack & Ruth Silin. 
2 1. A recording script. © Listen 
& Learn Record Co.; 20Jan64; C16343. 

LES MOUCHES; drame en trois actes par 
Jean Paul Sartre. Edited by F. C. 
St. Aubyn & Robert G. Marshall. 
New York, Harper & Row. 162 p. 
© on preface, introd., bibliography, 
notes, questions, vocabulary & work 
topics; Robert G. Marshall & F. C. 
St. Aubyn; 20Nov63; A672105. 

MOUNTAIN MAGIC. 31 1 . A screenplay. 
© Mary M. Alexander; 13Apr64; DU60156. 

MOUSTACHE, a movie by Paul Sand & 
Nicholas Hyams; based on a story by 
Paul Sand. 119 1. © Paul Sand & 
Nicholas Hyams; 15 Jun64 ; DU60425. 

MOVE AND COUNTER-MOVE, by Henry Kltt. 
23 1. © Henry Kltt; l6Dec63; DU59165. 

MOVING PICTURE, an abbreviated musical 
for stage or television for one man 
and one woman who sing; the libretto 
by John E. Schroeder; lyrics, music 
& arrangements by John E. Schroeder 
& others. 1 v. © Key Productions, 
Inc.; 27Apr64; DU60104 . 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, by William 
Shakespeare, edited by David L. 
Stevenson. New York, New American 
Library. 160 p. 5 acts. (The 
Signet classic Shakespeare, CD173. 
General editor: Sylvan Barnet) 
NM: "prefatory remarks, editorial 
comments and introduction." © David 
L. Stevenson; 9Apr64; A695708. 

THE MULBERRY BUSH. (Pity the black 
bourgeoisie) A play by William 
Wellington Mackey. 101 1. 2 acts. 
Contents: Act I. A postscript to the 
altercation. --Act II. Epigrams and 
colored flowers. Appl. states Post- 
script to the altercation prev. reg. 
as part I of A requiem for Bay Alley, 
4Feb64, DU59492. © William Welling- 
ton Mackey; 29Jun64; DU6056O. 

MUMBLY BUNGLER, a comic ballet by 
Lars Forssell; translated from the 
Swedish by Harry G. Carlson. 13 1. 
Swedish title: Mumle drumle. 
© Harry G. Carlson; l6Dec63; DU59164. 



MUMLE DRUMLE. See 
MUMBLY BUNGLER. 

MUMMY'S MONKEY, by Teddy Vann, pseud, 
of Theodore Williams, Roger Atkins 
& Ralph Bailey. © Unbelieveable 
Pub. Corp.; 26Nov63; C16273. 



MURDER ON DISPLAY. See 
THE LITTLE BIG CITY. 

MURPHY FORD. Commercial script. Appl. 
author: Eugene Robert Tanz. © Cox & 
Tans Advertising Agency; l6Mar64; 
C16615. 

MUSCLES AND MENTAL HEALTH, by Mrs. Abra- 
ham A. Low. 13 I- A script for a 
tape recording. © Mrs. Abraham A. 
Low; l8May64; CI68O5. 

MUSICAL MONEY, by Fred Stehman, Jr. 
(Frederick G. Stehman, Jr.) & Robert 
Fondiller. 67 1. Television script. 
© Frederick G. Stehman; 24Mar64; 
CI6637. 

A MUSICAL STORY OF PETER PAN; adapta- 
tion by Arthur Korb . 1 v. Musical 
adaptation of James M. Barrie ' s Peter 
Pan. ©Arthur Korb; 15 Jun64 ; 
DU60448. 

MUSICAL TALES; series of twelve narra- 
tive broadcasts recorded by Maria 
Illo. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Maria Illo; 21Jan64; C16480. 

THE MUSICAL VERSION OF TOM JDNES, by 
Batchelor & Roberts. 1 v. © Brent 
Music Corp.; llMar64 ; DU59822. 

THE MUSICIANS OF BREMEN, a musical play 
for children; book by Vern Hinkle 
(Vernon Hinkle), music & lyrics by 
Sally Applegate, pseud, of Sarah 
Applegate Hinkle. Based on the story 
by the Brothers Grimm. 1 v. 13 
scenes. © Vernon Hinkle & Sarah 
Applegate Hinkle; 4Feb64; DU59489. 

MUUMUU, a television comedy series 
created by Roy Hargrave, Grant & 
Edith Leenhouts. 31 1- © Grant 
Leenhouts, Edith Leenhouts & Roy 
Hargrave; 20Apr64; DU60117 . 

MY DAUGHTER THE PICADOR, ET AL . See 
ALL MY DAUGHTERS. 

MY GLITTERING SWORD, a tragedy in two 
acts by Larry Van Heusen. 1 v. 
© Larry Van Heusen; 22May64; DU60292. 

MY KID; YOUR KID, by Lawrence B. Lebin. 
14 1. A play. © Lawrence B. 
Lebin; 17Feb64; DU59877 . 

MY LIFE IN COURT. See 
A CASE OF LIBEL. 

MY LOVE LIES DEEP, an original screen- 
play by James A. Pike. 100 1. 
© James A. Pike; 27Apr64; DU60101. 

MY MORNING FAITH, a poem by Carl 

Douglas Bennett, Jr. Appl. author: 
Carl Douglas Bennett. © Carl 
Douglas Bennett, Jr.; 5Nov63; CI6338. 

MY OLD HOME TOWN, by Wayne P. Walker. 
© Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.; 31Dec63; 
C16312. 

MY POOR PROTECTOR by Jon Cohen. 22 1. 
A play. © Jon Cohen; 19Mar64; 
DU59784. 

MY SISTER IS AMERICAN; or, A question 
of patriotism. A teleplay in two 
parts by Malcolm E. Barker. 39 1. 
© Malcolm Edward Barker; 6Jan64; 
DU59186 . 



MYOPIA-I: PORTRAIT OF TWO MEN DYING, 
by Martin Meyers. 24 1. A play. 
© Martin Meyers; 3Jan64; DU59175. 

MYRTLE MERGATROY: ANTHROPOLOGIST, a 
farce in three acts by Darrow A. 
Solari. 24 1. © Darrow A. Solari; 
l8Mar64; DU59862. 

MYSTERIOUS MR. MUDDLE. See 

MR. MUDDLE'S MARVELLOUS MACHINE. 

THE MYSTERIOUS TREASURE, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Pearl Lendhurst. 33 1. © Pearl 
Lendhurst; 29Jun64; DU60563. 

THE MYSTERY OF THE NECATO RANCH, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Mary Lou Hotchkiss. 
32 1. © Mary Lou Hotchkiss; 22Jun64; 
DU60485. 

THE MYSTIC PROFESSOR, by David Hix, 
pseud, of David Hicks. 38 1. 
A play in one act. © David Hicks; 
7Feb64; DU59460. 



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NFL AND AFL CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFF, a 
thirty minute comedy script written 
by Irvin E. Russ. 11 1. © Irvin 
Russ; 3Mar64; C16534 . 

NA'AUAO. See 

THREE PLAYS OF ANCIENT HAWAII. 

NAKED IN THE BREEZE, a comedy by Fred & 
Elaine Shevin. 1 v. 3 acts. © Fred 
& Elaine Shevin; 17Apr64; DU60038. 

THE NAKED TRUTH, by Alexander Panas 
(Dimitri Alexander, pseud.) 67 1. 
A screenplay. © Alexander Panas; 
l6Jan64; DU59292. 

NAME. See 

THREE GLIMPSES EAST. 

NANCY AND BILLY, a comedy by Bert Shaw. 
8l. A screenplay. © Bert Shaw & 
Marie Louisa Shaw; 22Jun64 ; DU60512. 

NAOMI. See 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

NAP TIME IN NEWPORT, by William Lang. 
136 1. A play in three acts. 
© William Aloysius Lang II; 30Mar64; 
DU59907. 

I NARCISI; ovvero, Dente per dente. 
Di Carlo Terron. 47 1. © Carlo 
Terron; 6Dec63; DU59830. 

NARREN SOM TILLHORDE SINA BjALLROR. 
See 
THE FOOL ATTACHED TO HIS BELLS. 

NASE. See 

DIMITRI SCHOSTAKOWITSCH : DIE NASE. 

NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE'S THE MINISTER'S 
BLACK VEIL, adapted as a one-act play 
by Robert Brome. Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldrldge Pub. Co. 23 p. (Eldridge 
popular one-act playscripts) © Robert 
Brome; lSep63; DP5284 . 

NATIONAL PRO-AMATEUR GOLF CHAMPION- 
SHIP. See 

OUTLINE FOR ORAL PRESENTATION TO 
NATIONAL BROADCASTING COMPANY, 
MINNESOTA MINING & MANUFACTURING, 
MACMANUS JOHN & ADAMS, FOR 
TELEVISING THE NATIONAL PRO- 
AMATEUR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP. 

THE NATIVES BY MOONLIGHT, a comedy 
by Charles Best. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Charles M. Best, Jr.; 
2Jun64; DU60342. 



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THE NATURALIST, a play in one act by 
David Mackenzie. London, S. French. 
19 p. (French's acting edition) 
© David Mackenzie; 5Nov63; DFO-1278. 

NATURE PRESENTS, written by Fred 
Harmon. 55 1. A screenplay. 
© Fred Harmon; l8Feb64; DU59572. 

NAUSICAA; opera in three acts by Peggy 
Glanville -Hicks & Robert Graves. 
1 v. Libretto. Based on the novel 
Homer's daughter by Robert Graves. 
© Peggy Glanvllle-Hicks; 31Dec63; 
DP5377. 

THE NEGRO GIANT, by Will Wilson (Willi- 
am Wilson) 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© William Wilson; l6Apr64; DU60241. 

NEIGHBORS. See 

FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS. 

THE NEST OF THE CUCKOO BIRD; or, The 
violent sick. By Bert Williams 
(Bertram Roger Williams) 80 1. 
A screenplay. © Bertram Roger 
Williams; 29Apr64; DU60143. 

DER NEUE EMPFANGSCHEF. See 
EIN HOTEL NAMENS EURO PA . 

NEUER HERR AUF LINDENHOF; Oder, Weid- 
mannsheil! Drei heitere Akte von 
Richard Bars & Georg Okonkowski. 
Hamburg, R. Bars BUhnenverlag. 77 p. 
© Richard Bars BUhnenverlag, K.G., 
"Die Rampe"; 23Jan64; DFO-I267. 

NEURO, a tragi-comic charade by Edward 
Stewart & Robert Rickner. 42 1. 
A play. © Edward S. Stewart; 23Mar64: 
DU59842. 

NEVER, NEVER ASK HIS NAME, a play in 
three acts by Mark Van Doren. 78 1. 
© Mark Van Doren; 9Mar64; DU59722. 



NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF A 
WOMAN. 17 1. © Heartstill Wilson 
& Associates, Inc.; 4May64 ; C16750. 

NEW ACTION, NEW SMOOTHNESS, NEW 
ECONOMY FOR '63; recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 4 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 30Jan64; C16372. 

A NEW COMMITMENT; recording script 
for United Church of Christ Steward- 
ship Council. 14 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © United 
Church of Christ Stewardship Council; 
24Feb64; CI6560. 



A NEW IDEA FOR LIVE NETWORK TELE- 
CASTING OF AN INTERNATIONAL GOLF 
EVENT; outline for oral presenta- 
tion to National Television Networks 
by Valjean L. Wiley. 7 1. 
© Valjean L. Wiley; 17Feb64; CI6528. 

A NEW LIFE BEGINS, an original story 
written and adapted for television 
by Cora Waters. 31 1. © Cora Waters; 
9Mar64; DU59591. 

NEW LUXURY-LEVEL, TROPHY-POWER 

ENGINEERING! Recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 10 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
30Jan64; C16384. 

NEW SILENT GO-POWER ENGINEERING; 
recording script for Pontiac Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
9 1. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; CI638O. 



A NEW STANDARD OF STYLE, ACTION, 
LUXURY IN OLDSMOBILE FOR 1963. 
Recording script for Oldsmobile 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 

9 1. © Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16378. 

NEW STUDENT, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Gloria 
McCline. 33 1. Appl. author: 
Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© Gloria McCline; 20Apr64; DU60052. 

NEW SUNBEAM FLUF-PAK BROWN 'N SERVE 
ROLLS, by Quality Bakers of America 
Cooperative. 60 sec. radio script. 
© Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive, Inc.; 8Apr64; C16672. 

NEW YELLOW WRAPPER, by Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative. 60 sec. radio 
script. © Quality Bakers of America 
Cooperative, Inc.; 8Apr64; Cl668l. 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK: A PANORAMA OF 
SCENES ABOUT NEW YORK, PART IV, by 
Jerome A. Kass. 1 v. Six plays. 
© Jerome A. Kass; 9Jan64; DU59235. 

THE NICEST FARM IN MANHATTAN, by Mort 
Krouse (Morton Krouse) 63 1. A 
musical play in two acts. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Morton Krouse; 
20Jan64; DU59455. 

THE NICOTINE SCENE, a dramatico-musical 
composition by V. B. Smith. 16 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © V. B. Smith; 
13Apr64; C16760. 

NIGHT AND DAY, a play in one act by 
Wendell Metzger. 94 1. (Collage 
no.l) © Wendell Metzger; 8jan64; 
DU59202 . 

NIGHT FEATHER, a piece of drama with 
mimes. 6 1. © Kenneth L. Evans; 
20Apr64; DU60113. 

NIGHT OF RECKONING, by Nora Stirling. 
Written for the Greater New York Hos- 
pital Assn., with a specially written 
discussion guide by Theodate H. Soule. 
Chicago, American Hospital Assn. 29 p. 
© Nora Stirling; 6Mar64; DP5331. 

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER, an Easter play by 
Hallie Logue. Winona Lake, Ind., 
Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. 16 p. 
3 acts. © Rodeheaver Co.; 3Feb64; 
DP5299 . 

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER, by Kenneth L. 
Alford. 14 1. A play in one act. 
© Kenneth Lowell Alford; 25Mar64; 
DU59885 . 

NIGHTCAP, by T. Dianne Anderson. 21 1. 
A play. © T. Dianne Anderson; 6May64 ; 
DU60194 . 

NIGHTLIFE, a one-act play by Kyran M. 
McGrath. 11 1. © Kyran M. McGrath; 
22Apr64; DU60082 . 

THE NIGHTS OF ELIZABETH; drama in two 
acts by Renato Corazza, from the novel 
Les enfants terribles, by Jean Coc- 
teau. 69 1. © Renato Corazza; 
22Apr64; DU60O91. 

NILACSEM LOHOCLA by Roland Gilbert 

Antonelli. 22 1. A play in 1 scene. 
© Roland Gilbert Antonelli; 
l8Mar64; DU59776. 

1963 FORD PASSENGER CAR PREVIEW; 

recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 

10 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; CI6388. 



A 1963 MOTORING ADVENTURE; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 6 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 30Jan64; C16374. 

1964 DEALER MEETING FILM; shooting 
script for International Harvester 
Co. 1 v. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire of Edward R. 
Murkland. ©Wilding, Inc.; 30Mar64; 
DU60184 . 

1964 ENGINEERING FEATURES. See 

THE ALL-AMERICAN SWEETHEART, PART I: 
1964 ENGINEERING FEATURES. 

1964 PONTIAC STYLING, PART I. See 
THE ALL-AMERICAN BEAUTIES; 1964 
PONTIAC STYLING, PART I. 

1964 PONTIAC STYLING, PART II. See 
THE ALL-AMERICAN BEAUTIES; 1964 
PONTIAC STYLING, PART II. 

NINETY-EIGHT, OLDSMOBILE ' S FINEST. 

OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION IS.' 
NINETY-EIGHT , OLDSMOBILE ' S 
FINEST. 

NO CULTURE LIKE MY CULTURE, a comedy in 
three acts by Alexander Gross. 155 1. 
© Alexander Gross; 23Apr64; DU60095 . 

NO EXCHANGE, a comedy for girls in one 
act by Roma Greth. Boston, Baker. 
20 p. (Baker's plays for amateurs) 
Appl. author: Walter H. Baker Co., 
employer for hire. © Walter H. Baker 
Co.; 17Mar64; DP5344 . 

NO-MAN'S LAND, a new play by Bernard 
W. Sznycer. 1 v. 10 scenes. 
Appl. states prev. reg. DU59102. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Bernard 
W. Sznycer; l6Mar64; DU59763. 

NO ONE DIED IN JERUSALEM THAT YEAR. 
UNDERSTAND? By Stan Edelson. 
70 1. A play In three acts. 
© Stan Edelson; 24Feb64; DU596O6. 

NO PLACE TO GO BUT UP! Recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 12 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16438. 

NO TIME FOR LOVE, a comedy in three 
acts by James Liggat . London, 
S. French. 8l p. (French's acting 
edition) © James Liggat; 25Feb64; 
DFO-1290. 



NOBODY LOVES AN ALBATROSS, a contemp- 
rary comedy by Ronald Alexander. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Ronald Alexander; 
l6Apr64; DU60034. 

NOCHE DE SUERTE; drama en tres actos y 
un cuadro de Lettys Fontanez, pseud, 
of Carmen Leticia Hernandez. 1 v. 
© Carmen Leticia Hernandez; l8Feb64 ; 
DU59570 . 

NOCTAMBULE, a play in one act by Josef 
Bush. 23 1. © Josef Bush; lMay64; 
DU60217. 

NORMAN, an entertainment in three acts 
by Frank Harvey. London, S. French. 
8l p. (French's acting edition) 
© Frank Harvey; 30Dec63; DFO-1276. 

THE NOSE, a heroic farce inspired by 
Gogol's short story, by John A. 
Stone. 211 1. A play In two acts. 
© John A. Stone; 30Dec63; DU59211. 



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Jan.-June 



NOSTRA, a musical comedy in two acts. 
Book; Irene Manning, pseud, of Inez 
Harvuot Green & Maxwell Hunter, 
lyrics; Irene Manning. 1 v. Book 
& lyrics only. © Irene Manning & 
Maxwell Hunter; 30Jan64; DU59373. 

NOT AROUND GORDIE. (Who's out front?) 
A play in three acts by George 
Savage & George Savage, Jr. 1 v. 
© George Milton Savage & George Mil- 
ton Savage, Jr.; 7Feb64; DU59466. 

NOT EVEN ASHES, a play in 16 scenes by 
Harry G. Leisk. 85 1 . © Harry G. 
Leisk; 27Apr64; DU60109. 

NOT ONE SAID GOODBY, by Marie Kazanchy. 
56 1. A play in five acts. © Marie 
Kazanchy; 24Feb64; DU59544 . 

NOT WITHOUT TEARS, a serious play in 
four acts by Barbara Bell, pseud, 
of Maryann Seaman. 44 1. © Maryann 
Seaman; 9Mar64; DU59723. 

NOTICE ME, a screenplay by Eugene 
Yanni. 39 1- 7 scenes. © Eugene 
Yanni; 5Jun64; DU60322. 



NOVICE OR EXPERT. 
FOUR DAYS. 



See 



NUMBER 17, PARADISE, a comedy-drama by 
Dan Stafford, pseud, of William 
A. H. Stafford, & Rita Q. Ford, 
pseud, of Meka H. Stafford. 1 v. 
. A play in three acts. © Meka H. 
Stafford & William A. H. Stafford; 
l6Jan64; DU59346. 

THE NUTCRACKER AND THE MOUSE KING 
by Anthony Reid. 19 p. © Anthony 
Reid; 20Jan64; C16347. 

THE NUTMEG BUSINESS, a play In four 
acts by Austin McC. Fox; adapted from 
Henry Adams' novel Democracy. 77 1. 
© Austin McCracken Fox; 6Jan64; 
DU59184 . 

NUTTY MURIETA; or, Joaquin the Bandido. 
By Eleanor Taylor & Olga Bier. 57 1. 
A musical play in two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Eleanor Taylor & Olga 
Bier; 8Apr64; DU60026. 



o 



THE OBSERVERS, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
Sam Clay Pilkington. 32 1. Appl. 
author: Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© Sam Clay Pilkington; l6Mar64; 
DU59771 . 

OECONOMICUS, a recent Greek tragedy 
by Miskit Airth, pseud, of Margie 
Bess Airth. 1 v. A play. © Miskit 
Airth; 31Jan64; DU59398. 



OF HUMAN GRANDEUR, a John Simon 
Guggenheim Fellowship play by 
Theodore Ward. 116 1. 4 acts. 
NM: revisions. © James Theodore 
Ward; 12Feb64; DU59510. 



OF LOVE AND GREED; or, The great 
gamble. A play In three acts by 
Waclaw Solski, based on a theme by 
Fedor Dostoevsky. 91 1. © Waclaw 
Solski; 19Jun64; DU60494 . 

OF MINK AND MEN, a comedy by Dorothea 
Gotfurt. London, English Theatre 
Guild. 92 p. (Guild library) 
3 acts. © Dorothea Gotfurt; 6May64; 
DF1719- 



THE OFFERING OF PHOENIX, a play In 
three acts by David L. Lieberman. 
146 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l6Feb59, DU48454. NM: additions & 
revisions. © David Lee Lieberman; 
22Jun64; DU60538. 

OFFICE--HELP! A play in one act by 
James Kamins . 57 1 . © James Kamins; 
8Jan64; DU59285. 

OFIARA WSKAZE MORDERCE; sztuka sensa- 
cyjna w trzech aktach by Zofia 
Bystrzycka. 97 1. © Zofia Bystrzycka; 
19Mar64; DU60186. 

OH, MORNING STAR, by Elizabeth Coates 
James. 1 v. A play in 5 acts. 
© Elizabeth Coates James; 15Apr64; 
DU60170. 

OH, MOTHER; By Morris Perman & Maurice 
Riedman. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Morris Perman & Maurice V. Riedman; 
19May64; DU60267. 

OH, SUSANNA. See 

AMERICAN SONGS FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE 
STUDY. 



OLD ARMY DAYS. 
TV SERIES. 



See 



OLD NORTH STAR, by William H. Smith 
and Carlyle Hughey. © Yonah Music, 
Inc.; 15Jan64; C16364 . 

THE OLD SHEEPSKIN COAT, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Mary L. Hotchkiss. 33 1. © Mary 
L. Hotchkiss; 8Jun64; DU60364. 



OLDSMOBILE; WHERE THE ACTION IS; 
recording script for Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp. 
6 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Organization. © Oldsmobile Division, 
General Motors Corp. 7Feb64; C16475. 

OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION IS! 
F-85, MORE CAR FOR YOUR MONEY. 
Recording script for Oldsmobile 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
9 1. © Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16457. 

OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION IS! 
GREAT NEW ENGINEERING FEATURES. 
Recording script for Oldsmobile 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
12 1. © Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16471. 

OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION IS! 

JETSTAR 88, BRAND NEW FULL SIZE SERIES 
AT A NEW LOW PRICE. Recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 6 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp. ; 7Feb64; C16474. 

OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION IS! 
MADE FOP. THE MARKET. Recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 7 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 7Feb64; C16456. 

OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION IS! 
NINETY -EIGHT, OLDSMOBILE' S FINEST. 
Recording script for Oldsmobile 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
6l. © Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16473. 

OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION IS! 

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS. Recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 8 1. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
7Feb64; C16455. 



OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION IS! 
'64 SPORTS CAR FLEET. Recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 9 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 7Feb64; C16472. 

'OLE WARTY, an original story written 
8: adapted for television by Douglas M. 
Gram. 32 1. © Douglas M. Gram; 
29Jun64; DU60564. 

OLIN BAAL. See 
OMEGA. 

OLIVIA VAN DYKE'S NEW YORK; or, This 
is the city that was. By Robert & 
Mildred Hubler & Edward Lipton. 
44 1. © Edward Lipton; 9Dec63; 
C16275. 

OMEGA, a play by Cornel Adam, pseud, of 
Cornel Adam Lengyel. 67 1. Seven 
scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Olin Baal, Eden, Inc.; or, SOS 
from Easter Island; 1952. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Cornel Adam 
Lengyel; l6Dec63; DU59224. 

ON THE BRIDGE, a play In one act by 
Ross Alexander, pseud, of Ross 
Alexander Hack. 51 1. © Ross 
Alexander Hack; !Apr64; DU59934. 

ON THE BRINK, a play in two acts by 
Louis Marriott, pseud, of Lewi Keith 
Marriott. 147 1. © Lewi Keith 
Marriott; 8jun64; DU6O376. 

ON THE LIFE AND DEATH OF GEORGE WYTHE, by 
Paul Carrlngton. 11 1. © Paul 
Carrington; 5Jun64; CI6859. 

ON WITH THE SHOW, a musical comedy. 
Book & lyrics by Mel Welser; music 
& arrangments by Al Davis & Al 
Polhamus. 17 v. 2 acts. © Holly- 
wood Hits; lSep62; DP5394. 

ONCE A CHARLATAN, by Bjarne Bergland. 
34 1. A play in four acts. © Bjarne 
Bergland; 17Feb64; DU59563. 

ONCE FOR THE ASKING, a comedy by Owen 
G. Arno. Dramatists Play Service. 
79 P- 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Along came a blackbird. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Owen 
G. Arno; HJun64; DP5383. 

ONCE IN A LULLABY, a play by Rosemarie 
Guercio. 1 v. 3 scenes. 
©Rosemarie Guercio; 17Feb64; DU59564. 

ONCE THERE WERE THREE; TV script, series 
of episodes by R. Sarhanis Arquette. 
1 v. © R. Sarhanis Arquette; 
22Jun64; DU60460. 

ONCE THERE WERE TWO; play script. 1 v. 
3 acts. © R. Sarhanis Arquette; 
HMay64; DU60297 . 

ONCE UPON A FESTIVAL, a comedy by 
Allen M. Widem & Patty Levaur 
(Patricia-Beth Levaur) 1 v. 
A screenplay. Includes words' & music 
for one song. © Allen M. Widem 
8c Patricia-Beth Levaur; 6Feb64; 
DU59515. 

ONCE UPON A TAILOR. See 
THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 

ONE ACT, by Kenneth Kelman. 7 1. 

A play. © Kenneth E. Keljnan; Uun64; 
DU6033 1 * • 

ONE CHANCE FOR HEAVEN, by Grace 

Johnson. 110 1. A play In 3 acts. 
© Grace Johnson; !May64 ; DU60148. 



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33 



ONE EYE ON THE JOHN. See 

A SHORT PLAY FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT 
TELEVISION. 

ONE FOR ME; comedy-drama by Bernard G. 
Smith. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Bernard G. Smith; 2Jan64; DU59317. 

ONE FOR THE POT, a farce by Ray Cooney 
& Tony Hilton. London, English 
Theatre Guild. 99 p. (Guild library) 
3 acts. © Ray Cooney & Tony Hilton; 
30Dee63; DF1706. 

THE ONE HOUR NIGHT, a comedy by 
Romano Vanderbes. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Romano Vanderbes; 
30Apr64; DU60145. 

THE ONE-MINDED-TWO BODIED PROBLEM; or, 
The virgins of Yonkersvllle. By 
A. E. P. Haron. 107 1. A play in 
two acts. © Arthur Eric Phillip 
Haron; llJun64; DU60418. 

ONE MORNING AT GREELEY HIGH, by Rachel 
Erlanger. 30 1. A play. © Rachel 
Erlanger; 4Jun64; DU60353. 

ONE NEVER KNOWS, a one -act play by 

Stanley & Margaret M. Greene & Walter 
Canter. 7 1. © Stanley & Margaret 
M. Greene & Walter Canter; 20Apr64; 
DU60062 . 

ONE OF THEM. 98 1 . A screenplay. 
Appl. author: Sal Dano, pseud, of 
Salvatore Giordano. © Sal Dano; 
7Feb64; DU59A61. 

ONE OF THOSE DAYS; recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 5 1- 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16433. 

ONE PART OF THE OCEAN, by Norman Salt, 
pseud, of Norman Sakowitz. A play 
for television in 3 acts. © Norman 
Sakowitz; 4May64; DU60168. 

ONE RED SUSPENDER, a musical play. 

Music by Tony Noerpel & Norm Sherrerd; 
lyrics by William J. Reilly; book by 
Lawrence J. Reilly & others. 126 1. 
2 acts. Book only. NM: revisions & 
additions. ©Winslate, Inc.; 8jun64; 
DU60378. 

ONE VERY HAPPY FAMILY, a play in one 
act by Lois Baker Muehl. Boston, 
Baker. 12 p. (Baker's royalty plays) 
Appl. author: Walter H. Baker Co., 
employer for hire. © Walter H. Baker 
Co.; 10Mar64; DP5338. 

THE ONE-WAY WINDOW, a play in one 
act by Stephen H. Foreman. 23 1. 
© Stephen Howard Foreman; 12May64; 
DU60252 . 

ONE WHOLE MILLION, by Warren Winden. 
36 1. A play. © Warren Edward 
Winden; l6Jan64; DU59289. 

ONLY AS A LAST RESORT, by David Downs. 
139 1. A play in three acts. 
NM: additions & revisions. ©David 
A. Downs; 9Jan64; DU59237. 

THE ONLY DIFFERENCE; writers: Bob & 
Ray, Leo S. Rosencran3 . Revise: 
July 8, 1963. 36 1. © General 
Motors Corp.; 3Dec63; CI6283. 

ONLY IN THE U. S. A., a comedy in three 
acts by A. N. Towsen. Bronx, N. Y., 
F. J. Kelly. 56 p. © A. N. Towsen; 
lDec63; A685631. 



ONLY TOMORROWS, a description of a 

play for motion pictures, television, 
stage by Harold & Helen Patton. 
88 1. 3 acts. © Harold L. Patton 
& Helen S. Patton (Mrs. H. L. Patton); 
30Jan64; DU59372. 

ONLY TOMORROWS, a three act play by 
Jackie Bell. 83 1. © Jackie Beth 
Bell; 19Mar64; DU59780. 

THE OPERA BALL. (Der opernball) 

A comic opera in three acts; music by 
Richard Heuberger; English libretto 
by John Tomaschke . 1 v. Libretto. 
© John A. Tomaschke; l4Feb64 ; 
DU59534. 

OPERATION FOR GALLSTONES, by Thomas 

Stott. 3 1. Radio monolog. © Thomas 
Stott; 12Mar64; CI6608. 

OPERATION PLAYBACK; recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 16 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16390. 

OPERATION TUNE-IN; recording script 
for the Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp. 18 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 24Feb64; C16544 . 

OPERNBALL. See 
THE OPERA BALL. 

OR YOUR MONEY BACK, by Albert Brown. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Albert 
Brown; l6Jun64; DU60435. 

THE ORACLE, an original television 
play by George Ziegler. 46 1. 
3 parts. © George Ziegler; 28Jan64; 
DU59365 . 



ORDER, BELIEFS AND CONVICTIONS, by 
Mrs. Abraham A. Low. 51. A script 
for a tape recording. © Mrs. Abraham 
A. Low; l8May64; C16807. 



AN ORDINARY GUY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Colin Campbell. 31 1. © Colin 
Campbell; 25May64; DU60224 . 

ORGANIZING FOR INNOVATION, an address 
by Paul R. Lawrence. 9 p. © Presi- 
dent & Fellows of Harvard College; 
l8May64; C16802. 

THE ORPHAN, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Ruth 
P. Stanley. 33 1. © Ruth P. Stanley; 
22Jun64; DU60480. 

OSCAR W. UNDERWOOD; adapted for tele- 
vision by David Karp . Final draft, 
January 9, 1964. 66 1. (Profiles 
in courage, by John F. Kennedy) 
© Robert Saudek Associates, Inc.; 
10Jan64; DP5310. 

L'OSTERIA DI MARECHIARO; commedla in due 
atti dl Francesco Cerlone, adattamento 
di Vittorio Viviani; musica dl Gio- 
vanni Paislello, revisione di Jacopo 
Napoll. Milano, Edlzloni Curci. 
61 p. Libretto. © Edizioni Curci; 
I5N0V63; DFO-I262. 

OSTRICH UNDER GLASS, a miniature musical. 
Book & lyrics by Terry Alan Smith; 
music by Lor Crane. 2 v. 4 scenes. 
© Terry Alan Smith & Lor Crane; 
23Mar64; DU59840. 



OTHER VOICES, by Howard Lauther. 91 1. 
A play in two acts. © Howard 
Lauther; 27Jan64; DU59354. 



OTTO AND THE SWATCH, a one act play 
by Lois Ryker. 1 v. © Lois Ryker; 
20Jan64; DU59453. 



OUI MONSIEUR, a dramatico-musical by 
Marvin Talmadge Manning. 25 1. 
3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Marvin Talmadge Manning; l4Feb64; 
DU59525. 

OUR FLAG, THE SYMBOL OF FREEDOM, by 
Malline B. LeCroy. 5 1- A pageant 
about the history & meaning of the 
American flag. © Malline B. LeCroy; 
24Mar64; DU59857. 

OUR PLEASANT VICES, a play for women In 
three acts by Patricia Brooks. Lon- 
don, Deane. 53 p. (Deane's series 
of plays) 3 acts. © Patricia Brooks; 
4jun63; DFI715 . 

OUT OF SESSION, by Treva Silverman. 
3 1. Duologue. © Treva Silverman; 
9Apr64; C16688. 

OUTLINE FOR ORAL PRESENTATION TO NATION- 
AL BROADCASTING COMPANY, MINNESOTA 
MINING & MANUFACTURING, MACMANUS JOHN 
& ADAMS, FOR TELEVISING THE NATIONAL 
PRO-AMATEUR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP. Val- 
Jean L. Wiley, consultant. 7 1. 
© Valjean L. Wiley; 30Mar64; CI6657. 

THE OUTSIDER, a dramatic play by Peter 
Benedict, pseud, of Leo P. Benedetti. 
8 1. 3 acts. © Leo P. Benedetti; 
3Mar64; DU59671. 

OVER THE RAINBOW AND TWO TURNS EAST 
by Irv Goldstein. 22 1. A play In 
three acts. © Irving Goldstein; 
24Feb64; DU59619. 

OVER THE THRESHOLD, by R. David Cox 
& Henry M. Shaw. For the thirty- 
minute television series: Duel. 
18 1. © R. David Cox & Henry M. 
Shaw; 17 Jan64 ; DU59309. 



PAIX AUX HOMMES DE GUERRE; 2 actes de 
Jean Rebel. 135 1- A play. 
© Jean Rebel; 30Mar64; DU59826. 

PALACE OF A THOUSAND DREAMS, a play 
by Emanuel Marcus. 43 1. 9 scenes. 
© Emanuel Marcus; 27Jan64; DU59356. 

PANACEA, an unpublished play in two 
acts by Edward Harris. 18 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Edward Harris; 
7Jan64; DU59284. 

PANAMA. See 
FOUR DAYS. 

PANORAMA OF SCENES ABOUT NEW YORK, 
PART IV. See 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK: A PANORAMA OF 
SCENES ABOUT NEW YORK, PART IV. 

LES PAPILLONS ET LA MARGUERITE; 4 actes 
de Marcel Franck, pseud, of Luc Robin. 
76 1. © Marcel Franck; 23Jan64; 
DU59400. 

PARADISE ISLAND, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Hazel L. Sprague. 31 1- Appl. 
author: Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© Hazel L. Sprague; 30Mar64 ; DU59901. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE PARANOIA RESTAURANT. 7 1. A play 
In one scene. © Mel Tyler; 26Mar64; 
DU59887 . 

PARDON MY SECOND SCENE, for 3 men, 2 
women, by R. G. Orth. Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldrldge Pub. Co. 19 p. 2 scenes. 
(Eldrldge popular one-act playscrlpts) 
©Eldrldge Pub. Co.; lSep63; DP5282. 

PARIS! PARIS! PARIS! A comedy In 
three acts by Joseph Dl Mona. 1 v. 
© Joseph Dl Mona; 24Feb64; DU59605. 

PARTI. See 

L'AMICA DELIA TIGRE . 

THE PARTY SHOP, a musical spectacular 
for children by Stephen Lehner & 
Kenneth Wannberg. 2 v. NM: revi- 
sions & additions. © Stephen S. 
Lehner & Kenneth Wannberg; 8jun64; 
DU6O38O . 

PASSAGGIO; messa in scene di Luciano 
Berio e di Edoardo Sangulneti. 
Milano, Universal Edition. 56 p. 
(UE 13700) Text in Italian, German 
& English. © Universal Edition; 
31Dec63; DFO-1307. 

THE PASSION OF GILLES DE RAIS, a play 
in three acts by Herbert Goldberg. 
80 1. © Herbert Goldberg; 12May64; 
DU60254 . 

THE PASSION OF MARY JANE, a play in 
two parts by Kenneth Bernard. 49 1. 

• © 0. Kenneth Bernard; 10Apr64; 
DU59992. 



THE PASSIONATE PILGRIM, a play in three 
acts by A. H. Jeffries. 108 1. 
© A. H. Jeffries; 20May64; DU60280. 

PASSPORT FOR A SINNER, by Frances E. 
Jensen. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Frances Eleanor Jensen; 29Jan64; 
DU59386. 

PATAPOUFS ET FILIFERS. See 
FATAPOUFS AND THINIFERS. 

PATHOGENESIS, a play by Stephen D. 
Uman. 4l 1. 10 scenes. © Stephen 
D. Uman; 3 Apr 64; DU59950. 

THE PATRICIA BALLET, by Patricia Hayes. 
Classical version. 1 v. Television 
script. Contents: La rosa del toreo; 
La relna rubia del toreo; Faena. 
© Patricia 'Mae Hayes; 9Apr64; 
DU59981 . 

THE PATRICIA BALLET FEATURING PATRICIA 
HAYES "LA REINA RUBIA DEL TOREO" IN 
LA ROSA DEL TOREO. 3 1. © Patricia 
Mae Hayes; 9Apr64; DU60172. 

PAUL ADAMS AUTO-DYNAMICS CONDITIONING; 
introduction & instructions, by 
Paul T. Adams. 1 v. Recording 
scripts. © Paul T. Adams; 8jan64; 
016304 . 

PAUL BUNYAN, a new musical for young 
people based on the famous American 
legend. Book & lyrics by Verna 
Tomasson; musical score by Stephen 
Price. 1 v. 2 acts. © Stephen 
Price & Verna Tomasson; 20Feb64; 
DU59597 . 

THE PAWN, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Reuben F. 
Vigil. 35 1. © Reuben F. Vigil; 
13Jan64; DU59255. 

THE PAWN'S QUEENING, a play in two 
acts without intermission by Despi 
Tralis. 1 v. NM: additions & rev- 
sions. © Despi Tralis; 3Feb64 : 
DU59446. 



PEACE ON YOU; script & music by Bernard 
Jacobs & William R. Weiss. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Bernard Jacobs 
& William R. Weiss; 20May64; DU60274. 



THE PEDDLER, by Emanuel J. Fried. 
Rev. Sept. 1963. 23 1. One-act 
play. © Emanuel J. Fried; 27Jan64; 
DU59370. 

PEELED TOMATOES, a play by Jonathan T. 
Belknap. 1 v. 3 acts. © Jonathan 
T. Belknap; 10Feb64; DU59470. 

PEER GYNT, a dramatic poem by Henrlk 
Ibsen. A new translation with a 
foreward by Rolf Fjelde. New York, 
New American Library. 253 p. 
5 acts. (A Signet classic, CP215) 
NM: foreward. © Rolf Fjelde; 
13Mar64; A695712. 

PELICAN LOVE. See 
LANRETE REEF. 

THE PEREGRINATION OF FERNANDO FLAN, 
a romance by Glenn Allen Smith. 
1 v. A play in three acts. © Glenn 
Allen Smith; 24Jan64; DU59329. 

A PERETZ TRIO; three plays by Samuel 
J. Citron; based on stories by I . L. 
Peretz . Incidential music by Robert 
Starer. New York, Friends of the 
Jewish Theatre for Children. 101 p. 
Contents: Tale of the moon. --The 
wind on trial. --The magician. Appl. 
states prev. reg. of The magician, 
1956. © Samuel J. Citron; 28May64; 
DP5386. 

THE PERFECT SETUP, a play in three 
acts by Jack Sher. New York, 
S. French. 72 p. © Jack Sher; 
13Sep63; DP5256. 

PERFORMANCE. See 
CAFE FANTASIO. 

A PERIPATETIC CHRISTMAS; story outline 
by Josephine Forsberg, script & 
lyrics by Naomi Woronov, music by 
Mary Ann Ermine. 1 v. A play in 
two acts. Script & lyrics only. 
© Naomi Aylene Woronov; 20Jan64; 
DU59458 . 

PERSON TO PERSON CALL, by Virginia 

Travers Coigney... with a discussion 
guide by Dorothy G. Becker. New York, 
Family Service Assn. of America. 
32 p. © Virginia Travers Coigney; 
l4Jan64 (in notice: 1963); DP5317. 

PERSONALITY + ; recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 14 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 7Feb64; C16464. 



PETER PAN. See 

A MUSICAL STORY OF PETER PAN. 

PETERPAT, a comedy by Enid Rudd. 1 v. 
© Enid Rudd; 20Mar64; DU59815. 

PETE'S POODLE DOG, a comedy in three 
acts by A. Owen Tankersley. 1 v. 
© A. Owen Tankersley; 10Jan64; 
DU59251 . 

LE PETIT MONDE DE STEPANTCHIKOVO; 
comedie en trois actes de S. Orlov, 
pseud, of Raymond Neri. D'apres le 
roman de F. M. Dostoievski . 90 1. 
© Serge Orlov; 23Jan64; DU59401. 

PETRIFIED MAN. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

DER PFARRER VON KIRCHFELD; VolksstUck 
mit Gesang in vier Akten von Ludwig 
Anzengruber; mit einer EinfUhrung von 
Gustave Pichler und 6 Abbildungen. 



Wien, Bergland Verlag. 88 p. 
(Osterreich-Reihe, Band 225) © Berg- 
land Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 12Mar64 (in 
notice: 1963); AFO-41730. 

PHEDRE. See 

BRITANNICUS & PHEDRE. 

PHILIP AND NIOBE, a 3-act tragedy by 
Douglas Greenwood. 1 v. © Douglas 
C. Greenwood; 13Apr64; DU6OI76. 

PHILIP DIMEO'S JULIUS COULDN'T SEIZE 
HER. 39 1. A play in three acts. 
© Philip B. DiMeo; 29Jan64 ; DU59385. 

PHILOSOPHY ONE, a conspiracy between 
many people to get through a portion 
of the academic work alive; a comedy 
in three acts' with music by Howard D 
Fablng. 1 v. Book & lyrics. 
© Howard Douglas Fablng; 26Dec63: 
DU59181. ■" 

PHONICS IN THE LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE, 
by Betsy Coleman & Carol Mintzer. 
19 1. © Betsy E. Coleman & Carol 
Mintzer; 19Mar64; C16626. 

PHOTO FINISH, an adventure in biography 
in three acts by Peter Ustinov. Act- 
ing ed. Dramatists Play Service. 
79 p. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Pavor, S.A.; 27Apr64; DP5359. 

THE PHYSICISTS, by Friedrich DUrrenrnatt; 
translated from the German by James 
Kirkup. New York, Grove Press. 
94 p. 2 acts. © James Kirkup; 
l8Mar64; DP5378. 

THE PI PSI CAT HOUSE, by Chester Leo 
Smith. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Chester Leo Smith; 6Jan64; DU5918O. 

PICKETS, INC., a new comedy by Lenore 
Shaw, pseud, of Lenore Paer & Nick 
Pary, pseud, of Michael Paer. 
112 1. One act. © Lenore Paer & 
Michael Paer; l6Dec63; DU59225. 



PICTURE STORY, a play in three acts by 
Robert Simpson. 1 v. © Robert Simp- 
son; 31Mar64; DU5993I. 

THE PIE HOUSE, a comedy in three acts 
by Warren Clarkebauer, pseud, of 
Warren Bauer Clarke. 199 1. 
© Warren Bauer Clarke; 15Apr64; 
DU60015 . 

THE PIED PIPER. 1 v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. Appl. author: Philadel- 
phia Civic Ballet Co. © Robert Sil- 
ver; 9Jun64; DU60383. 



LE PIEGE DE MEDUSE; comedie lyrique en 
un acte de Erik Satie; avee musique 
de danse du meme monsieur. Ornee de 
gravures sur bois par M. Georges 
Braque. 10 p. Book only. 
© Editions Max Eschig; 4Feb64; 
DU59432. 

PILATE, a religious drama in eight 
scenes by Wm. C. Thompson. 1 v. 
© William C. Thompson; 20Jan64; 
DU59456. 



PIPPI LONGSTOCKING, a play for chil- 
dren; adapted for the stage by Walter 
Cavalierl & James E. Dwyer from the 
book by Astrld Lindgren; music & lyrics 
by Harvey L. Snyder. 2 v. 2 acts. 
© Harvey L. Snyder, Walter Cavalier! 
& James E. Dwyer; 10Jan64; DU59248. 

PIT STREET, a play in three acts, six 
scenes, one set by Abram Sokol 
(Abraham Sokol) 110 1. © Abraham 
Sokol; 24jan64; DU59334 . 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



35 



PITCH, a play by Lee Thomas. 24 1. 
© Lee Thomas; 9Mar64; DU59717. 

PITCHER TO THE WELL; the pitcher kept 
going to the well, in the end it 
could only break, by James Lionel 
Haldeman. 1 v. A play in three 
acts. © James Lionel Haldeman; 
17Mar64; DU5986I. 

PITTSBURGH, GOLDEN TRIANGLE OR STEEL 
TRAP? An address by Theodore Levitt. 
8 p. © President 4 Fellows of Harvard 
College; l8May64; C16799. 



PITY THE BLACK BOURGEOISIE. 
THE MULBERRY BUSH. 



See 



PITY THE FLACK-ARTIST, a screenplay by 
Vlto Morrone. 2d draft. 151 1. 
© Vito Morrone; 12Feb64; DU59513. 

PIZZA ALLEY; three act play by Pat 
Jordan (Patrick Edward Jordan) & 
Lynne Snyder. 1 v. © Patrick 
Edward Jordan; 29Jan64 ; DU59390. 

A PLACE CALLED GLORY; original screen- 
play by Jertsld "Hayden Boyd & Fernando 
Lamas. 121 1. © Jerold Hayden Boyd 
& Fernando Lamas; 30Dec63; DU59222. 



THE PLACE FOR CHANCE, an American 
chronicle; arranged by Winthrop 
Palmer with Maurice Edwards & Jean 
Reavey. 1 v. A musical play in 2 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Win- 
throp B. Palmer; 22Jun64; DU605OO. 

A PLACE IN THE STARS, by Robert Words- 
worth, pseud, of Robert Fand. 32 1. 
A play in 4 acts. © Robert Fand; 
19May64; DU60268. 



A PLAN FOR AN AIR LINE TO HOTEL BAGGAGE 
SERVICE, an address by Mike Goldgar. 
2 1. © Mike Goldgar; 17Dec63; C16271. 

PLANT THE SEED, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Ruth Le Croy. 34 1. © Ruth 
Le Croy; 29Jun64; DU60565. 

THE PLASTER MASK by Donald Capezzona. 
1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Donald Capezzona; l8Mar64; DU59775- 

PLAY, by Samuel Beckett. 15 1 • A play. 
© Samuel Beckett; 7Feb64; DU59808. 

A PLAY AND A HALF by George H. Szanto. 
37 1. 6 scenes. © George H. Szanto; 
l8Mar64; DU59773. 



PLAY IT BY EAR, a musical farce based 
on the comedies of Moliere; book & 
lyrics by Will Schneider, pseud, of 
Maurice Schneider, & Joe Feinstein 
(Joseph Feinstein) 95 1- 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. NM: additions & 
abridgement. © Joseph Feinstein & 
Maurice Schneider; 30Mar64; DU59999. 



THE PLAY, THE BALLAD OF THE SAD CAFE; 
Carson McCullers • novella adapted 
to the stage by Edward Albee. 1st ed. 
Boston, Houghton Mifflin. 150 p. 
© Edward Albee & Carson McCullers; 
19Dec63; DP5268. 

THE PLAYFUL GIRDLE SALESMAN, a fifteen 
minute skit by one person. 
By L. Barden. 6 1. © L. Barden; 
23Mar64; CI669I. 

PLAYGIRL FASHION WORLD; an original 

television script by Alfred Formichel- 
li. 12 1. © Alfred Formichelli; 
31Dec63; CI6305. 



PLEASE SEND MONEY; book & lyrics by 
Audrey Feldman, music by Don Free- 
berg. 75 1- A musical play in 2 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Audrey 
Feldman; 22Jun64; DU60540. 



PLUCK 'N' LUCK, a musical satire for 
the stage. Book by Ray Buffum; lyrics 
by Forman Brown; music by Henry 
Russell a.k.a. Henry Russell Olson. 
Rev. Oct. 26, 1963. 2 v. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. DU57618. 
NM: additions & revisions. 
© H-R Music; 17Jan64; DU59433. 

PLUMMER PLUMS OF 1964, a musical re- 
view by Irene Kilbourne (Irene 
Kilbourne Gaertner) 1 v. © Irene 
Kilbourne Gaertner; 27Jan64; DU59359. 

PLUS QUE LE SANG. See 
FILS DE PERSONNE. 

POETRY IN THREE D; DYNAMIC, DELIGHTFUL, 
AND DIFFERENT, by Sunna Rasch & 
Estella Schulman. 9 1. A play. 
© Estella Francesca Schulman & Sunna 
Cooper Rasch; 29Jun64; DU6O528. 

POET'S THEATRE. See 
ANCESTRAL MEMORIES. 

POGO'S END, a new play by Michael Theo- 
dore Mathias. 81 1. © Michael Theo- 
dore Mathias; 31Mar64; DU59930. 

THE POINT IN COMMON, by Ray Sallack. 
2 1. A script. © Ray Sallack; 
l8Mar64; C16621. 

POLITICAL ASYLUM, a comedy in three 
acts by Jerry Moran (Jerome J. Moran) 
104 1. © Jerry Moran; 5Mar64 ; 
DU59699. 

THE POLKA DOT REVOLT OF AMBROSE SMITH, 
by Zan Skolnick, book & lyrics; 
& Robert L. Selig, music. 2 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Zan Skolnick 
& Robert L. Selig; 23Jun64; DU60527 . 

THE POLKA DOT REVOLT OF AMBROSE SMITH, 
PART 2, by Zan Skolnick. 62 1. 
A play in seven scenes. © Zan 
Skolnick; 24 Jan64 ; DU59332. 

POLYEUCTE & LE MENTEUR, in the original 
French by Corneille; introd. & notes 
by Georges May; Germaine Bree, general 
editor, French series. New York, 
Dell Pub. Co. 224 p. (The Laurel 
language library. Dell 7004) 
NM: "introd. and notes." Appl. 
author: Dell Pub. Co., Inc., employer 
for hire of Georges May. © Dell 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 23Jan64 (in notice: 
1963); A673360. 

POOR BITOS, by Jean Anouilh; translated 
by Lucienne Hill. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Jean Anouilh & Lucienne 
Hill; 22Apr64; DU60219- 

POOR FREBERG 'S ALMANAC; created & 
written by Stan Freberg; co-author 
... Ken Sullet. 88 1. A script for 
television. Appl. states prev. reg. 
Benjamin Franklin sketch, p. 69-78. 
© Freberg Music Corp.; 27May64 ; 
C16847 . 

PORA FI6£k6w. See 

KARIERY: LIST OD IREMY & PORA 
FIO^KOW. 

PORK SAUSAGE by One Forty Four Corp. 
No. 2151-30. 60 sec. radio commer- 
cial. © One Forty Four Corp.; 
15Jan64; C16350. 



PORK SAUSAGE by One Forty Four Corp. 
60 sec. radio commercial. © One 
Forty Four Corp.; 15Jan64; C16349. 

PORTFOLIO; four plays by Tom Oliver, 
pseud, of Thomas Oliver Crehore . 
1 v. Contents: The meeting. --While 
the iron's hot . --See-saw. — Mr. Alt- 
schuler's tree. Appl. states While 
the iron's hot prev. reg. DU57623. 
© Tom Oliver; 19Mar64; DU60137. 



PORTRAIT FOR ORCHESTRA. 
MARK TWAIN. 



See 



PORTRAIT OF TWO MEN DYING. See 

MYOPIA -I: PORTRAIT OF TWO MEN DYING. 

POSITIVE CRANKCASE VENTILATION; record- 
ing script for the Sinclair Refining 
Co. 7 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Organization. © Sinclair Refining 
Co.; 24Feb64; CI6559. 



POSTSCRIPT TO THE ALTERCATION. 
THE MULBERRY BUSH. 



See 



THE POWER OF GOD AND THE PROBLEM OF 
SUFFERING; six lectures by Arthur C. 
McGill. 1 v. © Arthur C. McGill; 
l8Dec63; CI6276. 

POWER OF PRECISION; recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 11 1. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
30Jan64; CI6376. 

PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF STATISTICAL SAM- 
PLING IN AUDITING, by Kenneth W. 
Stringer. 15 1. © Haskins & Sells; 
12Dec63; C16280. 

THE PRAISING HEART, a song by Alice F. 
Morrison. © Alice F. Morrison; 
3Jan64; C16340. 



A PRAYER, by Phyllis Diller. 
Diller; 14Nov63; C16272. 



Phyllis 



PRAYER FOR A DOG, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Joseph Singer. 32 1. Appl. 
author: Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© Joseph Singer; l6Mar64; DU59769. 

PREACHER BOY, by Sonny Thayer (J. Hud- 
son Thayer) 23 1. A play. © J. Hud- 
son Thayer; 13Apr64; DU60178. 



PREDICT AND PROSPER; television quiz 
program. 16 1. © Ann Miller; 
8Apr64; CI676I. 

PRELUDE, a Nativity play for 6 women by 
F. E. M. Agnew. London, English 
Theatre Guild. 21 p. (Guild Library) 
© F. E. M. Agnew; 13Jan64; DF1707. 

THE PREMIUM SEEKERS, a play in three 
acts by James Phillips. 146 1. 
© James Phillips; 22May64; DU60294 . 



PRESENCE-ABSENCE, BLACK AND WHITE, 
a play In two acts by Paul Bernard 
Ross. 119 1. © Paul Bernard Ross; 
2Apr64; DU59948. 



A PRESENT FROM YOUR OLD MAN, by Walter 
Crittenden. 69 1. A play. ©Noel 
Behn; 6Mar64 ; DU597J-3- 



PRESIDENT SEGNI'S VISIT. 
FOUR DAYS. 



See 



THE PRICE OF A FIELD, a Bible play in 
one act. 24 1. Appl. author: Stuart 
McK. Hunter. © Louise C. Hunter; 
l6Mar64; DU59765. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



PRICING FOR PROFIT; script for a sound 
slidefllm. 17 1. © Pure Oil Co.; 
24Apr64; C16720. 

THE PRINCE OF POTPOURRI, a play in 
two acts for children by Robert 
Dietle. 58 1. © Robert L. Dietle; 
l4Apr64; DU60011. 

THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA, a play in 
three acts by Pat Rosenthal 
(Mildred P. Rosenthal) 4l 1. 
© Mildred P. Rosenthal; 2Mar64; 
DU59659. 

THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA, by Constance 
LeBaron. 2 1. 3 acts. © Twinson 
Co.; 30ct63; DP5289. 

PRINCESS & THE YETI, a musical play 
for children; script, dialogue, 
lyrics & melodies by Roy Eseott- 
Terry; musical arrangements by 
J. Crombie Murdoch. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Roy Escott-Terry & John Crombie 
Murdoch; 30Mar64; DU59998. 

PRINCESS SCURRYWIND, a fairytale in 
six adventures by Fritz Peter Buch; 
translated by Brigitte Savage. 
38 1. A play. © Brigitte H. 
Savage; 31Jan64; DU59399. 

PRIVATE PILOT. See 

FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS: PRIVA- 
TE PILOT. SECTION A-B. NARRATION. 
FLIGHT COMPUTER, SECTION A: PRIVATE 
PILOT. 
- FLIGHT COMPUTER, SECTION B: PRIVATE 
PILOT. 
FLIGHT COMPUTER, SECTION C: PRIVATE 
PILOT. 

THE PRIVATE WORLD OF MALCOLM SCHMURL, 
by Jack Frakes (John Dean Frakes, Jr.) 
1 v. A play in three acts. 
© John Dean Frakes, Jr.; 24 Jane 1 !; 
DU59328. 

THE PROBLEM OF COMMUNICATION, a screen- 
play by Michael Wilkes. (In Nexus, 
vol.1, no. IV, Dec. 1963, p. 22-25) 
© Michael Wilkes; lDec63; DP5343. 

PROCESSION, a play by Robert Gerlach. 
36 1. © Robert Morrill Gerlach; 
30Mar64; DU59918. 

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS. See 

OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION IS! 
PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS. 

A PROFILE OF HOLMES, a biographical 
play for one actor by William Pater- 
son compiled & edited from the 
speeches, letters, opinions & anec- 
dotes of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. 
36 1. 2 acts. © William Paterson; 
HJun64; DU60412. 

PROFILE ON PEOPLEISM; recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 7 1. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
7Feb64; C16451. 

PROFILES FROM A POINT OF VIEW; record- 
ing script for Minute Maid Co. 81. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
©Minute Maid Co.; 24Feb64; CI655O. 

PROFILES IN COURAGE. (Oscar W. Under- 
wood) By John F. Kennedy; adapted 
for television by David Karp . Final 
draft, January 9, 1964. 66 1- 
© Robert Saudek Associates, Inc.; 
10Jan64; DP53IO. 

PROFILES IN COURAGE. (Thomas Hart 
Benton) By John F. Kennedy; adapted 
for television by A. J. Russell. 
Final draft, January 8, 1964. 60 1. 
© Robert Saudek Associates, Inc.; 
9Jan64; DP59312. 



PROFILES IN COURAGE'. See 
DANIEL WEBSTER. 

GENERAL ALEXANDER WILLIAM DONIPHAN. 
GOVERNOR JOHN M. SIATON. 
HAMILTON FISH. 
JOHN ADAMS. 
JOHN PETER ALTGELD. 
MARY S. MCDOWELL. 
OSCAR W. UNDERWOOD. 
RICHARD T. ELY. 
THOMAS HART BENTON. 

PROFITS FROM DISH TOWEL AND DISH CLOTH 
NOVELTIES, a lecture prepared for 
delivery by Mary K. Walker. 3 1. 
© Mary K. Walker; 22Jan64; C16427. 

PROJECT: AMERICA, by Robert D. Enoch. 
6 1. © Robert D. Enoch; 20Jan64; 
C16324 . 

PROJECT, LOVE DOVES, a comedy by John 
Pimley. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© John T. Pimley; 15Jun64; DU60434. 

PROLOGUE TO SIXTY FIFTH PARALLEL, a 
play by Ilya Bolotowsky, pseud, of 
Elias Bolotovsky. 6 1. © Ilya 
Bolotowsky; 13Apr64; DU60125 . 

PROMISES IN THE DARK, an original 

screenplay by Arnold Schulman. 120 1. 
© Pan Arts Co., Inc. & Karma Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 25May64; DU60302. 

THE PROMOTER, a play in three acts by 
Milton Turet. 1 v. © Milton Turet; 
25May64; DU60301. 

THE PROOF OF THE POISON, a play in three 
acts by Falkland L. Cary & Philip 
Weathers. London, S. French. 81 p. 
(French's acting edition) © Falkland 
L. Cary & Philip Weathers; 10Dec63; 
DFO-I263. 

PROTECTIVE INVESTMENT PLANS, INC., SALES 
TRAINING COURSE INSTRUCTOR MANUAL. 
1 v. NM: additions. © Protective 
Investment Plans, Inc.; 20Jan64 ; 
C16533. 

PROXY PAPA, by Elizabeth Rider Mont- 
gomery, pseud, of Elizabeth Rider 
Julesberg. 1 v. A play in three 
acts. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Elizabeth Rider Julesberg; 27Mar64; 
DU59896. 

DER PROZESS IM FEGEFEUER; Schau spiel in 
ftlnf Akten von Robert Oberhauser. 
Hamburg, R. Bars BUhnenverlag. 73 p. 
© Richard Bars BUhnenverlag, K.G., 
"Die Rampe"; 15Jan64; DFO-I265. 

A PSYCHONEUROSYNTHETIC THEORY OF TELL- 
ING COLORS AND READING PRINT BY 
TOUCH; lecture III. By Roy Dreistadt. 
12 1. © Roy Dreistadt; 29Jun64; 
C16898. 

PURDUE INTERVIEW BETWEEN JAMES T. 
KEATING AND WILLIAM GOLDING. See 
INTERVIEW WITH WILLIAM GOLDING & 
JAMES KEATING. 

PURE HEARTS AND NASTY MINDS, by Frank 
Martin (Francis B. Martin) 110 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Francis B. Mar- 
tin; 13May64; DU60299. 

PURGE THE DARKNESS, by Eileen D. 
McLaughlin. 1 v. A play in three 
acts. © Eileen D. McLaughlin; 
17Apr64; DU60046. 

PURRDY; script by Alfred D. Geto; based 
on a story be Daniel Ganz & Alfred D. 
Geto. 27 1. A screenplay. © Daniel 
M. Ganz & Alfred D. Geto; 8May64; 
DU60206. 



PURRDY PURRDY PRETTY PURRDY, by 
Daniel M. Ganz. 21 1. A screen- 
play. © Daniel M. Ganz; l6Apr64; 
DU60029. 



THE PURSUIT OF DR. PLUMMER, an enter- 
tainment in three acts by Philip 
Freund. 1 v. © Philip Freund; 
23Apr64; DU60092. 

PUSHCARTS; musical comedy in three acts. 
Book & lyrics, Lorraine Kalil; music 
& orchestration, Dom De Grazia (Dom- 
inic N. De Grazia) Complete text 
with vocal score & piano accomp. 
220 p. © Dom De Grazia; 26May64; 
DU60325 . 

PUSS IN BOOTS OUT WEST, a play for 
children in two acts by Hal Lynch 
(Harold V. Lynch, Jr.) Music by 
George Koch. 1 v. © Harold V. 
Lynch, Jr. & George Koch; 4May64 ; 
DU60161. 

PUTTING A FOOT IN IT, a quiz type pro- 
gram by Nicholas Royston Liddelow. 
12 1. © Nicholas Royston Liddelow; 
22Jun64; C16880. 

THE PUTTING GREEN, by Marcus Smith. 
29 1. A play. © Marcus Smith; 
15Apr64; DU60014 . 

PYTHIA, a play in two acts by Chas . A. 
Pulaski. 1 v. © Charles A. Pulaski; 
20Mar64; DU59880. 



Q 



QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE, 
INC. See 

SUNBEAM BUNS AND ROLLS; IN THE GOOD 
OLD SUMMERTIME. 



QUALITY POINTS. 
TV SERIES. 



See 



THE QUALITY STORY OF LUSTRO-WARE; script 
for a sound slidefilm in color, pre- 
pared for Columbus Plastic Products. 
Writer: C. Huston. 15 1. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 30Mar64 ; 
C16739- 



QUEEN ESTHER AND THE KING, a three-act 
play by William Kranz . 91 1- 
© William Kranz; l6Mar64; DU59759. 

THE QUEEN OF SPADES; opera in 3 acts, 
7 scenes by P. I. Tchaikowsky; a new 
English translation by Josef Blatt. 
27 1. Libretto. © Josef Blatt; 
4Jun64; DU60358. 



QUEEN OF THE HOODS, a group collabora- 
tion by the juniors of Hamilton Park. 
1 v. A play in two acts. Based on a 
short story by Peggy Thomas. 
© Peggy Thomas & Theodore Ward; 
9Apr64; DU59982. 

THE QUEEN'S DIAMOND, a play in one act 
by Joyce Nicholls Mikkola. 1 v. 
© Joyce Nicholls Mikkola; 24Feb64; 
DU59612. 

QUEST FOR AN UNINHIBITED ISLAND, a musi- 
cal comedy in two acts by Wm. McMen- 
amin . Erwin J. Salvatori. 1 v. 
© William M. McMenamin & Erwin J. 
Salvatori; 22May64; DU60233- 



QUESTION OF PATRIOTISM. See 
MY SISTER IS AMERICAN. 

THE QUIET STREET, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Lulu Pearl McFadden. 33 1. 
Appl. author: Leslie Goodwins Produc- 
tions. © Lulu Pearl McFadden; 
20Apr64; DU6O055 . 



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37 



QUIET TO QUICK BOSOMS, an one-act play- 
by Marshall Oglesby. 19 1. 
©Marshall Oglesby, Jr.; 27Feb64; 
DU59643. 

QUINTET, by Daniel Haben Clark. 1 v. 
A play in three acts. © Daniel 
Haben Clark; 2Mar64; DU5966O. 



QUITE A WEDDING. See 
DI EMESSE KHASSENE. 

QUIZ POKER, a lecture with illustra- 
tive examples for presentation as 
a TV game or game to be played with 
an audience by Leonard Flom. 4 1. 
© Leonard Flom; 19Feb64; CI6531. 



R 



RX FOR NEW BUSINESS; recording script 
for Sinclair Refining Co. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 12 1. © Sinclair 
Refining Co.; 30Jan64; CI6385. 

RADIO COMMERCIALS. 3 v. Appl. author: 
Victor van der Linde Co. © Dole in 
Corp . ; 30Apr64 ; C16747 . 

RAGGEDY ANN AND THE MAGIC PENCIL, by 
Mrs. James Reich & Mrs. George 
Tavernite. 1 v. A play with music 
in two acts. © Mrs. James Reich & 
Mrs. George Tavernite; 7Apr64; 
DU59973. 

RAISING THE SIGHTS, FOR MORE USED 
CAR SALES; recording script for 
Oldsmoblle Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 14 1. © Oldsmoblle 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
7Feb64; C16441. 

THE RALLY, a three-act play by Michael 
Wilkes. 72 1. ©Michael Joseph 
Wilkes; 4Mar64; DU59697 . 

RANSOM, a drama in three acts by 
Cyril Hume & Richard Maibaum. 
New York, S. French. 74 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Fearful 
decision, 1954; The Davie decision, 
1954. NM: "rewritten and revised 
by both authors." © Cyril Hume & 
Richard Maibaum; 5Dec63; DP5253. 

THE RAPIST, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Beulah 
Allen. 31 1. © Beulah Allen; 
29Jun64; DU6O562. 

A RARE DAY IN APRIL, a comedy, 3 acts 
by Roy S. Wilcox. 55 1. © Roy S. 
Wilcox; 20May64; DU6O276. 

THE RARE PERFORMANCE, an original story 
written and adapted for television by 
Jim Taylor. 33 1. © Jim Taylor; 
9Mar64; DU59586. 



THE RAT IN ROOM THIRTEEN, a play in one 
act by Fredda Lauren, pseud, of Frieda 
Fleischman; based on a short story by 
Jerome Fleischman. 20 1. Appl. 
3tates prev. reg. 21Mar4l. NM: re- 
vision. © Frieda Fleischman; 13Mar64; 
DU60022. 



REACHING FOR A STAR, by Betty Souby. 
91 1. A play in 3 acts. © Betty 
Souby; 8Jan64; DU59201 . 

THE READY-ROOM, by Chester Leo Smith. 
1 v. A play in two acts. © Chester 
Leo Smith, Jr.; 2Mar64; DU59656. 

THE REBEL QUEEN. (Boadicea, the first 
Queen of England) Story & screen- 
play by Herbert Kline. 158 1. 
© Herbert Kline; 3Dec63; DU59144. 



THE REBELS AND OTHER PLAYS, by Jerome 
Kass. 1 v. Contents: The rebels. -- 
And the meek shall inhabit the earth. - 
About you and I. --For sale. © Jerome 
Kass; 20Apr64; DU6OO67 . 

A REBIRTH OF A MIND, a play in one act 
by Mary Hirschfeld. 13 1- © Mary 
Hirschfeld; 12Mar64; DU59744 . 



RECOMMENDED OPTIONS FOR HAULING 
TRAILERS! Recording script for 
Oldsmoblle Division by Jam Handy. 
Organization. 12 1. © Oldsmoblle 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
7Feb64; C16444. 

THE RECORD WAY TO REDUCE. 10 1. 

(Living record library) A recording 
script. ©Fletcher Smith Studios, 
Inc.; 7Feb64; C16487. 

THE RECORD WAY TO STOP SMOKING. 1 v. 
(Living record library) A recording 
script. © Fletcher Smith Studios, 
Inc.; 31Jan64; C16422. 

RED BIRD. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

THE RED CACTUS FLOWER; original screen 
book for an animated cartoon film 
by Estela Brlnguer. 4 1. © Estella 
Brlnguer; 12Mar64; DU59673. 

REDUCE THROUGH LISTENING; or, Listen 
away your fat; or, Lose weight 
through subconscious reeducation, by 
Edwin L. Baron. A lecture prepared 
for delivery for recording purposes. 
4 1. © Improvement Services, Inc.; 
10Jun64; CI6865 . 

REFLECTION; surrealism in two acts by 
John Richard Crawford. 80 1. © John 
Richard Crawford; Uun64; DU60339. 

DIE REFORMIERENDE MACHT GOTTES; ein 
Vortrag uber die Christliche 
Wissenschaft von Otto Bertschi. 
22 1. © Otto Bertschi; 20Apr64; 
C16758. 

THE REFRIGERATORS; or, An Italian in 
Connecticut. A play in three acts by 
Mario Fratti; a literal translation by 
Mario Fratti. 92 1. © Mario Fratti; 
21Jan64; DU5938O. 

RELATIVELY SPEAKING, by Charles A. 
Derringer. 4 1. Script for a panel 
quiz show. © Charles A. Derringer; 
19Jun64; CI6885. 

RELIGIOUS PLAYS THAT CLICK: NO. 2, 

by Joan R. Jacobson, Kathy Ecenbarger 
& Pearl Roam; compiled & edited by 
Al Bryant. Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Zondervan Pub. House. 94 p . © Zon- 
dervan Pub. House; l8Sep63; A669818. 

REMEMBER TO REMEMBER, a comedy by David 
Novak, pseud, of David Nowak. 1st 
draft. 1 v. 3 acts. © David 
Nowak; 5Jun64; DU6O362. 

RENDEZVOUS, a play in one act by 

Thomas L. Keeler, Jr. 5 1- © Thomas 
L. Keeler, Jr.; 23Mar64; DU59835- 

RENEGADE, an original play in two acts 
by James D. Pendleton. 1 v. © James 
D. Pendleton; 4jun64; DU60351- 

THE REPATRIATE, a comedy in one act 
by C. Richard Gillespie. 51 1. 
© C. Richard Gillespie; l4Apr64; 
DU6OOO8 . 

REPOSSESSION BLUES, by Gary Usher & 
Roger Christian. © 4-Star Sales Co.; 
6jan64; CI6310. 



REPRESENTATIVE MODERN PLAYS: IBSEN TO 
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS. Chicago, Scott, 
Foresman. 696 p. (Key editions) 
Appl. author: Robert Warnock. 
© on new material & revisions of 
introductory text; Scott, Foresman & 
Co.; 31Mar64; A688471. 

REQUIEM FOR A BUTTERFLY, a drama in 
two acts by T. S. Houlihan, Jr. 
103 1. © T. S. Houlihan, Jr.; 
19Feb64; DU5958O. 

REQUIEM FOR A BUTTERFLY, a play by 
Ronald Magnuson. 137 1. © Ronald 
G. Magnuson; l4Feb64; DU59675. 

A REQUIEM FOR BAY ALLEY, a play in two 
parts; Part 1: A scene of life, 
part 2: The altercation. By William 
Wellington Mackey. 1 v. © William 
Wellington Mackey; 4Feb64; DU59492. 



REQUIEM FOR BAY ALLEY. 
THE MULBERRY BUSH. 



See 



REQUIEUM POR UNA CUALQUIERA, de 

Jeronimo Mitchell. 98 1. A screen- 
play. © Jeronimo Mitchell; 24Jan64; 
DU59326. 

RETROGRESSION, a scene from the play, 
The subconscious went to the ball, 
by Osvaldo Riofrancos. 5 1. 
© Osvaldo Riofrancos; 23Mar64; 
DU59839. 

RETROSPECT. 20 v. Scripts for tape 
recordings. Programs 1-20. 
© William J. Allen; 21Jan64; C16425. 

REVELATIONS, an original play by 
Eugene Slutsky. 8 1. 1 act. 
©Eugene Slutsky; 31Mar64; A687656. 

THE REVOLT OF DELBERT HORATIUS SWAYNE, 
a comedy in three acts by R. Keye 
Vaughan, pseud, of James E. Vaughn. 
1 v. © James E. Vaughn; 2Mar64; 
DU59658. 

REX KING; or, Rex, Rex. By Peter E. 
Gillespie. 36 1. A play. © Peter 
E. Gillespie; 26Jun64; DU60551. 

REX, REX. See 
REX KING. 

RICE AND HOLMAN, by Eugene Robert Tanz . 
A script. © Cox & Tanz Advertising 
Agency; 30Apr64; C16745. 

THE RICE PUDDING, by Marjorie Hutt. 
12 1. (Everyday things and the 
inner eye, program no. 2) A story. 
© Majorie Hutt; 13Apr64; CI6697. 

RICH MAN, POOR MAN, a folk play in 
three acts by Samuel J. Citron. 
Based on Peretz's story Der Arendar. 
New York, Friends of the Jewish 
Theatre for Children. 94 p. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Samuel 
J. Citron; 30Sep63; DP5293. 



RICHARD AND ELIZA, a play in two acts 
by Leslie Prince. 1 v. © Leslie 
Prince; 9Jun64; DU60385. 

RICHARD T. ELY; written by Walter 
Bernstein. Rev. Apr. 10, 1964. 
54 1. (Profiles in courage, by John 
F. Kennedy) © Robert Saudek Associ- 
ates, Inc.; 10Apr64; DP5358. 

A RIDE ON A COMET; book & lyrics by 
John Everest, pseud, of John Zinie- 
wicz. 1 v. A musical play in 2 
acts. Book & lyrics only. Based on 
the love story of Mark Twain & Livy 
Langdon. © John Ziniewicz; 22 Jun64 ; 
DU60533- 



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Jan.-June 



RIDE SOUTH, by Charles L. Wilson. 

1 v. A screenplay. © Charles L. 
Wilson; l6Deo63; DU59206. 

THE RIGHT ' ORRIBLE DUCHESS OP DISHWATER, 
by Thomas Stott (Tom Merry, pseud.) 
4 1. Radio monolog. © Thomas M. 
Stott; 12Mar64; C16606. 

UN RINCON DEL PARAISO, por Jose 
Gonzalez Prieto (Manuel Santiago, 
pseud.) 122 1. A motion picture 
script. © Jose Gonzalez Prieto; 
30Jan64; DU59394 . 

RINCON Y CORTADO. See 
TEATRO PARA JOVENES . 

RING AROUND THE BRAVE, a comedy in three 
acts by Linda K. Smith & Elaine Mutz . 
33 1. © Linda K. Smith & Elaine 
Mut7; 30Mar64; DU59911. 

THE RISE AND PALL OF AN ELEVATOR BOY, 
by Gwendolyn Sheffey. 10.8 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Gwendolyn Marilyn 
Sheffey; 7Jan64; DU59196. 

THE RIVER BETWEEN, a play in three 
acts by Edna E. Ducro. 126 1. 
NM: revision & additions. © Edna 
E. Ducro; 4jun64; DU60487. 

RIVER FALLS. (River Falls--the insti- 
tute) A musical play. Songs & 
lyrics by John Marier; book by 
John Marier & Bill Glenn. 2 v. 

2 acts. © John R. Marier; 2Mar64; 
DU59729. 



RIVER FALLS --THE INSTITUTE. 
RIVER FALLS. 



See 



RIVER OF BLOOD; screenplay & treatment 
by Jack Leverenz . 82 1. © Jack 
Henry Leverenz; 7May64; DU60202. 

THE ROAD, a film scenerio; story & 
scenerio by Robert Tieman 8c B. J. 
Dontzin. 92 1. © Robert Tieman & 
B. J. Dontzin; llMay64; DU60208. 

THE ROAD TO BETHLEHEM, a Biblical play 
in one act by Fae Donna Cooley . 
New York, S. French. 28 p. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 23Sep63; DP5257. 

THE ROAD TO GALILEE, an Easter musical 
drama for soloists, mixed choir, 
small chorus of children, and organ. 
Words & music by Katherine K. Davis. 
N. Y., Galaxy Music Corp. 64 p. 
2 parts. © Galaxy Music Corp.; 
5Mar64; DP5316. 

THE ROAMING ADVENTURER, an original 
story written 8c adapted for tele- 
vision by Benjamin Williams. 32 1. 
© Benjamin Williams; 25May64; DU60223. 

ROBERT FROST: A LOVER'S QUARREL WITH 
THE WORLD, a film by Robert Hughes 
& Charlotte Zwerin. Rev. script. 
Dec. 30, 1963. 31 1- © Holt, 
Rinehart & Winston, Inc.; 24Feb64 ; 
DU59652 . 

ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON'S MARKHEIM, 
adapted as a one-act play by Robert 
Brome. Franklin, Ohio, Eldrldge Pub. 
Co. 17 p. (Eldridge popular one-act 
playscripts) © Robert Brome; lSepo3; 
DP5278. 

THE ROBIN HOOD CAPER, a comedy in 
three acts by Fred Carmichael. 
New York, S. French. 83 p. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 29Aug63; DP5245. 

ROBINSON CRUSOE, a musical adventure for 
children, based on the classic of 
Daniel Defoe; book 8: lyrics by Evan 
Thompson Sc Joan Shepard; musi^ by 



John Clifton. 1 v. A play in two 
acts. © Evan Thompson, Joan Shepard 
& John Clifton; 29Jun64; DU60471. 



ROCHE RECORD: PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATION 
N0.1. See 

SOLVING PROBLEMS IN THE DOCTOR- 
PATIENT RELATIONSHIP. 

ROCK-A-BYE, SAILOR: A comedy in three 
acts by Philip King & Falkland L. 
Cary. London, S. French. 96 p. 
(French's acting edition) © Philip 
King & Falkland L. Cary; 280ct63; 
DFI703. 

ROCK FEVER, by Edward Bruce. 1st draft, 
Aug. 1959. 48 1. A play. © Edward 
M. Bruce; 30Dec63; DU59209. 

ROCK THE WORLD, by Louise Heck Naughton 
(Louise E. Naughton) 28 1. A play. 
© Louise E. Naughton; 22Jun64; 
DU60504. 

ROEBLING ELECTRIC FURNACE OPERATOR'S 
GUIDE, by R. L. Bunting. 35 1. 
©Robert L. Bunting, Jr.; 26Jun64; 
C16897 . 

ROGUERY ON THE RIVER; or, The great 
goober grab. A heartrending melo- 
drama by Bill Adam (William L. 
Adam) 34 1. A play in three acts. 
© William L. Adam; 10Feb64; DU59481. 

THE ROMAN CONVERT, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Elaine U. Jones. 34 1. ©Elaine U. 
Jones; 25May64; DU60227 . 

ROMANCE, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Ella Kemp. 
31 1. Appl. author: Leslie Goodwins 
Productions. © Ella Kemp; 20Apr64; 
DU60057 . 

ROMANS BY SAINT PAUL; arranged for 
stage by Orlin Corey. Original 
music for this production composed 
by Johan Franco. 55 1- Libretto. 
© Orlin R. Corey; 13Feb64; DU59522. 

ROMANS NEVER DIE OF CHICKENPOX, a play 
in modern quatrains & two acts by 
Clement Ffuller, pseud, of Clement 
Fuller. 131 1. © Clement Ffuller; 
5May64; DU60191. 



ROMEO, THY NAME IS ALBERT. 
TV SERIES. 



See 



ROOM BEYOND THE CLOSET: AND OTHER VOICES 
IN THE SAME ROOM, by John Fisher. 
31 1. A play. © John Fisher; HMay64; 
DU60211 . 

ROOM FOR DEATH. See 

IN THE PRESENCE OF DEATH. 

ROOM SEVEN NOWHERE, a short, long 
play or a long, short play pointing 
out the evils of self identifica- 
tion, by Roberta Miller. 1 v. 
3 scenes. © Roberta Miller; 30Mar64; 
DU59919- 

THE ROOMMATE, a play in six scenes by 
Michael Miller. 90 1. © Michael 
Miller; 8jun64; DU6O373. 

ROOTS, by George Houston Bass. 10 1. 
Narration script. © George Houston 
Bass; 13Mar64; CI6638. 

ROSA DEL TOREO. See 
THE PATRICIA BALLET. 

THE PATRICIA BALLET FEATURING PATRI- 
CIA HAYES "LA REINA RUBIA DEL 
TOREO" IN LA ROSA DEL TOREO. 



A ROSE AND REBELLION; screenplay by 
Ralph Server. 92 1. © Ralph Server; 
HMay64; DU60188. 

THE ROSE FESTIVAL, a musical comedy 
in three acts by Dick Hamilton, 
pseud, of Rudolph Theodor Winter. 
97 1. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Elone, 2Aug51, DU28416. NM: addi- 
tions. © Rudolph Theodor Winter; 
7Feb64; DU59520. 

ROUND BREAD, by Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative. 1 v. 60 sec. 
television script. © Quality Bakers 
of America Cooperative, Inc.; l8Dec63: 
C16296. 

ROUSTABOUT, by Van Deusen & Janse. 
2 v. A musical play in two acts. 
© Peter M. Van Deusen & Donald L. 
Janse; 17Feb64; DU59567 . 

ROVER THE WOLF DOG, an original story 
written and adapted for television 
by Bessie A. Arnold. 35 1. 
© Bessie A. Arnold; 9Mar64; DU59588. 

THE ROYAL FAMILY, by Rey Baumel, pseud, 
of Marvin Baumel. 6 1. A script. 
© Marvin Baumel; 22Apr64; C16714. 

LE RUBE; book, lyrics, music by Doug 
Spears. 1 v. A play. © Doug Spears; 
22Jun64; DU60517. 

RUGANTINO; English translations by 
Alfred Drake; English lyrics by 
Edward Eager. 1 v. A script for a 
screenplay. © Edward Eager 8c Alfred 
Drake; l8Dec63; DU59340. 



THE RUGGED MEN, a musical drama. Words, 
book & music by Dorothy May Helle. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Dorothy May Helle; 
30Dec63; DU59438. 

THE RUINED INN, a play in one act by 
N. Joseph Calarco. 25 1 . © N. Joseph 
Calarco; 6jan64; DU59192 . 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN, by Constance LeBaron. 
3 1. 2 acts. © Twinson Co.; 
30ct63; DP5291. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN, by E. F. O'Malley, 
pseud, of Peggy Simon. 32 1. A 
play. Adaptation 8c dramatization of 
German folk tale. © Peggy Simon; 
Uul64; DU60468. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN . See 
FLAX INTO GOLD. 

RUN, ROCCO, RUN; comedy in 3 acts by 
Will Lee Doyle, pseud, of William 
A. Doyle. 122 1. © William A. Doyle; 
19Mar64; DU59781. 

RUN, THIEF, RUN! A suspense play in 
one act by Joe Manchester. Dramatists 
Play Service. 18 p. NM: "additions 
to and changes in text." © Joe Man- 
chester; 5Mar64; DP5315. 



RUN, THIEF, RUNi By Joe Manchester. 
23 1 . A play. © Joe Manchester; 
10Jan64; DU59249. 

RUNNING WILD; story & screenplay by 
Noel Black. 1 v. © Noel Anthony 
Black; HDec63; DU59I52. 

RURU-MAMBU, a play in three acts by 
Le Roy Stahl. 125 1. © Le Roy 
Stahl; 30Dec63; DU59229. 

RUSALKA, by Antonin Dvorak; English by 
Walter Ducloux. 15 1. An opera in 
two acts. Libretto. © Walter 
Ducloux; 27Dec63; DU59217. 



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39 



RUTH. (Ruth the Moabitess) An opera; 
libretto by Charles Harris Lench. 
49 1. 3 acts. Libretto. © Charles 
Harris Lench; 15Jun64; DU60430. 



RUTH THE MOABITESS. 
RUTH. 



See 



RYE WITH PUMPERNICKEL ENDING, by Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative. One 
min. radio script. © Quality Bakers 
of America Cooperative, Inc.; 6May64; 
CI6785 . 



SOS FROM EASTER ISLAND. See 
OMEGA. 

THE SABBATICAL, by Brian Brown. 1 v. 
A play in three acts. © Brian J. 
Brown; HMar64; DU59798. 

SADDLE THE UNICORN, a domestic comedy 
with music, by Dennis Dunn; music 
by Warner Jepson. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Dennis Dunn & Warner Jepson; 
13Apr64; DU60129. 

SAFRA '64 LIBRARY N0.1. 1 v. Scripts. 
Appl. authors: Jean N. Warhol, 
Virginia A. Harris & David D. Moore. 
© Safra Corp.; 22Apr64; C16773- 

THE SAGA OP THOMAS THE WOLF. 11 1. 
A script. © Harry Gutkin; l4Apr64; 
CI6828. 

SAINT EGO, a drama in three acts by 
Charles Emery. 88 1. © Charles 
Emery; 6May64 ; DU60196 . 

SAINT OF LONDON, by Blanche & Paul 
Leonard, pseud, of Herman Walter 
Leonard. 1 v. A play in nine 
scenes. © Paul Herman Leonard & 
Blanche Alice Leonard; l8Feb64; 
DU59571. 



ST. PETERSBURG. 
TV SERIES. 



See 



SAINT STUD by Pat O'Mara, pseud, of 
Timothy Joseph O'Mara (Major Tim 
O'Mara) 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Pat (Major Tim) O'Mara; 24Feb64; 
DU59604. 

SALES POINTERS TO HELP YOU MAKE MORE 
MONEY (Recording scripts) Scripts 
in this series are by Earl Nightin- 
gale. © National Training Dept., 
Sears, Roebuck & Co. 

Record no. 

1. Introduction, successful selling 
for Sears; Developing leads. 

© 22Jan64; CI636O. 

2. The merchandise approach; Determine 
your customer's needs - then sell 
the benefits. © 22Jan64 ; CI6362. 

3- To sell it - show it; Trading up. 

© 22Jan64; CI6363. 
4. Closing the sale; Selling in the 

home. © 22Jan64; CI636I. m 

SALES SEMINAR INCLUDING PRESENTATION 
AND TRAINING COURSE FOR REPRESENTA- 
TIVES OF PROFESSIONAL SPORTS FIRMS WHO 
SIGN PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES. 1 v. 
© Robert S. Levin; 10Mar64; C16629. 

SALES TRAINING COURSE INSTRUCTOR 
MANUAL. See 

PROTECTIVE INVESTMENT PLANS, INC., 
SALES TRAINING COURSE INSTRUCTOR 
MANUAL. 

THE SALON, a memoire by Cadillera 

Storm, pseud, of Lee Marie Suensson. 
1 v. A play in six acts. © Lee 
Marie Suensson; l4Feb64; DU59536. 



SAM BARLOW'S TRADE. 12 1 . © Darrell 
W. Chilcott; 6Feb64; CI65O6. 

SAMOLUBIV OR TROTSKY, A TOTALITARIAN 
TRAGEDY, by John D. Maxwell. 1 v. 
A play in 5 acts. © John David Max- 
well; 4May64; DU60164 . 

SANSKRIT PLAYS. See 
SIX SANSKRIT PLAYS. 

SANTA AND THE LION, by The Junior 
League of Corpus Christi, Tex. 
Puppet Group . 6 1 . A play in 
one scene. Appl. author: Alice R. 
Alsup. © Junior League of Corpus 
Christi, Tex.; 19Feb64; DU59582. 

SANTA'S CHRISTMAS GREETING. By Ray 
E. Norene. 5 1. A script. 
© Ray E. Norene; HMar64; CI6692. 

SANTA'S DILEMMA, an original musical 
play by Agnes Ranjo Capps; music com- 
posed by Guido Roetter; lyrics by 
Agnes Ranjo Capps. 6 v. © Agnes 
Ranjo Capps & Guido Roetter a.k.a. 
Guido Rotter; lApr64; DU6OO23. 

SANTA'S VILLAGE, by Dennison's Home 
Films. 16 1. Recording script for 
slides. © Dennison's Home Films; 
2Apr64; C16662. 

SASAYGA, by U. S. Lesh. 29 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © U. S. Lesh; 22Jun64; 
DU60514 . 

SAVANNAH, by Vivian G. Harwell. 68 1. 
A play with music in three acts. 
©Vivian G. Harwell; 24Apr64 ; DU60118. 

SAWDUST CAESAR; screenplay by Noel 
Langley; original story by Gene 
Wesson, pseud, of Eugene J. Wessell. 
128 1. ©Eugene J. Wessell; 28May64 ; 
DU60539. 

SAY IT WITH FLOWERS, a revusical comedy 
based on a novel by Beverley Nichols 
(John Beverley Nichols) Adapted 
&: composed by Arthur Brandon with 
lyrics by Freeman Cohn. Rev. version. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Arthur Francis Brandon, Freeman 
Perry Cohn, Jr. & John Beverley 
Nichols; 9Mar64; DU59687. 

THE SCARLET LETTER, a play in five 
acts by George Morrison. An adapta- 
tion from the novel The scarlet 
letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
107 1. © George N. Morrison; 24Mar64 ; 
DU59856. 

SCENE OF LIFE. See 

A REQUIEM FOR BAY ALLEY. 



SCHIZOPHRENIA. See 

AN ABSURD TRILOGY: THE BIRDCAGE, 
SCHIZOPHRENIA, THE HOUSE. 

SCHMIDT BLUE RIBBON, by Quality Bakers 
of Cooperative. One min. television 
script. © Quality Bakers of America 
Cooperative, Inc.; 6May64 ; CI6787 . 

THE SCHNORRER, a comedy in two acts by 
Stephen Mellow. 1 v. © Stephen 
Mellow; 28jan64 ; DU59361. 

EIN SCHONER HERBST; Bruno Schuppler's 
Komodie Junger Herr von vierzig 
in drei Akten bearbeitet von Hans 
Weigel; Musik von Robert Stolz. 
89 p. Book 8c lyrics only. © Theater- 
verlag Eirich G.M.B.H.; 6Jul64; 
DU60545 . 

THE SCHOOL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN, a 
brief history by Martha Bliss Taylor 
Enloe. 5 1. © Martha Bliss Taylor 
Enloe; 29Jun64; CI6899. 



SCHWEIK IN COLD WAR. See 
WE APPLES ARE SWIMMING. 

THE SCIENCE OF CYBERNETICS, a presenta- 
tion by W. Heartsill Wilson. Part of 
The Heartsill Wilson Conference of 
Career Salesmen. 2 v. © Heartsill 
Wilson & Associates, Inc.; 12Mar64; 
C16609. 

SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT OF THE CHURCH, a 
speech prepared for the Fifth Annual 
Science Seminar, Northeastern Insti- 
tute for Christian Education, Villa- 
nova, Pa., Mar. 28, 1964, by Ramon D. 
Mallow. 42 xi. © Ramon D. Mallow; 
6Apr64; C16666. 

THE SCIENTIST, by Leonard L. Perlmutter. 

1 v. A play in three acts. © Leo- 
nard L. Perlmutter; 10Jun64 ; DU60409. 

SCORPIO; or, The Holy Ghost and the 
Mischoogenah. By Raymond Paul 
Brenner. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Raymond Paul Brenner; 6Mar64; 
DU59709. 

SCORPIONS. See 
LLESSUR NIETSNIE. 

SCOTCH ON THE ROCKS, by Albert 0. 
Porter. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Albert 0. Porter; 10Jan64; DU59246. 

SCRAMBLED LIVES WITH PHOENIX ON THE 
SIDE, a comedy in three acts by 
Robert C. Parker. 69 1. © Robert C. 
Parker; 4Feb64; DU59495. 

SEAGULL CRY FOR ME, a screenplay by 
Patrick 0. Moore. 1 v. © Patrick 0. 
Moore; 25Jun64; DU60526. 

A SEAL IS A SEAL; lecture prepared for 
oral delivery by Evelyn I. Jay 
(Evelyn I. Jay Leboutillier) 2 p. 
© Evelyn I. Jay; l6Apr64; Cl684g. 

THE SEARCH FOR THE SNORK, by Fred 

Meitzer. 27 1. A play in two acts. 
© Fred W. Meitzer; 8Nov63; DP5247. 

SEARCHING FOR TOOTSIE, by Eli Shapiro. 

2 v. A musical play in three acts. 
© Eli Shapiro; 30Jan64; DU59347 . 

THE SECOND SHEPHERDS' PLAY; adapted 

into modern English by Ford Ainsworth. 
15 1. © Ford Ainsworth; 22Jun64; 
DU60501. 

A SECRET HIDING PLACE, by Jess Gregg. 
1 v. A play in three acts. © Jess 
Gregg; 24Mar64; DU59858. 

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY, based 
on a short story by James Thurber; 
book by Joe Manchester. 49 1 . A 
play in two acts. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Joe Manchester; 22Apr64; 
DU60080 . 

THE SECRET OF AMEN, by M. C. Dinberg. 
33 1. A lecture. © Maurice Charles 
Dinberg; 20Mar64; C16633. 



SEE-SAW. See 
PORTFOLIO. 

SEED OF THE THISTLE, a screenplay by 
Roger L. Benischek. 55 1- © Roger 
L. Benischek; HJun64; DU60401. 

SEEDS OF APRIL, a screenplay by Jacob 
Hameiri, Elliot Arluck & Risa 
Hirsch. Based upon an original 
synopsis called Around and around, 
by Uri Ramon. 78 1. © Tabor 
Films, Ltd.; 5Feb64; DU59439. 

SEIDMAN AND SON, a comedy in three 
acts by Ellck Moll. Based on his 
novel. New York, S. French. Ill p. 
© Elick Moll; 31May63; DP5248. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



SELF-PORTRAIT, by Erwin Pally. 

97 1. A play In 3 acts. © Erwin 
Pally; 22Jun64; DU60502. 

THE SELF ROOM, a screenplay by Pete 
Little (Peter Clarke Little) 
13 1. © Peter C. Little; 17Dec63; 
DU59170. 

SELL AROUND THE 1963 CHEVROLET AND 
CORVETTE; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 11 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16J92. 

SELL AROUND THE 1963 CHEVY II AND 
CORVAIR; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 11 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16391. 

SELL ESSO MORE IN '64; shooting script 
for a sound slidefilm, prepared for 
Imperial Oil. Writerr Hal Secor. 
28 1. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 
30Mar64; C16740. 

SEMPER FREUDELIS, a play in three acts 
by Harry F. Darling. 113 1. 
© Harry F. Darling; 8Apr64; DU59978. 

SEND ME ROSY, a one-hour television 
comedy by Albert Dickason. 49 1. 
© Albert Dickason; 9Mar64; DU59720. 

SENSATION IN INTERLAKEN. (Sensation 
in Switzerland) Nach einer idee 
von James A. G. Pennington; musik, 
Carl de Greef; text, Herbert von 
Patera, 14 v. Text in German. 
© James A. G. Pennington; l8Mar64; 
DU59809. 



SENSATION IN SWITZERLAND. 
SENSATION IN INTERLAKEN. 



See 



SENSE & NONSENSE, an exercise in 
rollicking comedy & fascinating 
business information, by Jerry 
Warner & Associates. 1st draft. 
45 1. A screenplay. © Chevrolet 
Division of General Motors Corp.; 
230ct63; CI6321. 

SERVANTS OF THE LORD, a play in two 
acts by James Elward. 1 v. © James 
Elward; 22Jun64; DU60506. 

SERVICE; sound slidefilm prepared for 
American Oil Co. Writer: Hal Secor. 
28 1. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 
llMay64; C16831 . 

SERVICE FOR TWO, by Treva Silverman. 
5 1. Dialogue. © Treva Silverman; 
9Apr64; CI6689. 

SERVICE STATION INSURANCE; script 
for a sound slidefilm. 21 1. 
© Pure Oil Co.; 24Apr64; C16718. 

7 VEILS, by Roy Reldan, pseud, of 
Reuben Nadler. 1 v. A play in 
three acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as The golden fleece, DU42726. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Reuben 
Nadler; 27Feb64; DU59642. 

1776, a musical comedy by Sherman Ed- 
wards. 1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Sherman Edwards; 20Apr64; 
DU60126 . 



SEVENTH SATIRE OF PERSIUS. 
WASHING THE CAR. 



See 



SEX ETCETERA, a play in 2 acts by 
Jean Reavey. 1 v. © Jean Reavey; 
15Jun64; DU60431. 



THE SEX LIFE OF THE PRIMATE AND OTHER 
BITS OF GOSSIP; written by Shelley 
Berman. 1 v. Scripts. © Calliope, 
Inc.; 19Jun64; CI6878. 

SHADE TALK; recording script for 

Illinois Shade, division of the Slick 
Corp. 11 1. Appl. author: Jam 
Handy Organization. © Illinois 
Shade, division of Slick Corp.; 
7Feb64; C16694. 

SHADOW IN THE SUN, a play in three acts 
by Maurice McLoughlin. London, 
S. French. 64 p. (French's acting 
edition) © Maurice McLoughlin; 
24Dec63; DFO-1282. 

SHADOW OF A GREAT ROCK, a non-play by 
Dean M. Regenos. 88 1. 20 scenes. 
© Dean M. Regenos; 9Jan64; DU59239. 

SHADOW OF GLORY, a drama In three acts, 
by George K. Hohn & Karl J. Obermaier. 
69 1. © George K. Hohn & Karl 
J. Obermaier; 24Feb64; DU59601. 

THE SHOEMAKER AND THE ELVES, a musical 
adaptation by Carolyn Schneider. 
2 v. 2 acts. © Carolyn Schneider; 
13Mar64; DU59758. 

SHOEMAKER'S PRODIGIOUS WIFE. See 
FIVE PLAYS. 

A SHORT PLAY FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT 

TELEVISION; or, One eye on the John. 
By Roger N. Cornish. 2nd draft. 431. 
©Roger N. Cornish; 10Feb64; DU59475 . 

A SHOVELFUL OF STARS, by Richard 
Harrity. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Richard Harrity; 19May64; DU6O269. 

SHOW-STOPPER, INTERIOR STYLING; 

recording script for Pontiac Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
9 1. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; CI6382. 

SHUTDOWN, an original play by Eugene 
Slutsky. 5 1. 1 act. © Eugene 
Slutsky; 31Mar64 ; A687657. 

THE SICILIAN; or, The artistic lover. 
(Love, the painter) Translated 
from J. B. P. Mollere [pseud.] by 
Kenneth M. Cameron. 20 1. A play. 
© Kenneth M. Cameron; 24Mar64; 
DU59850 . 

SIE WERDEN STERBEN, SIRE; Komodie von 
Leopold Ahlsen. Miinchen, Drei Masken 
Verlag. 104 p. 19 scenes. © Drei 
Masken Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 30Dec63; 
DFO-1305 . 

SIEGE AT THE THIRD FLOOR FRONT, a 

comedy in three acts by Regis Caddie, 
pseud, of Regis Cejrowski. 1 v. 
© Regis Caddie; 21May64; DU60290. 

THE SIGN OF THE PEACOCK, by Marion 
L. Murray. 411. A musical play 
in two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Marion Louise Murray; 6Feb64; 
DU59444 . 

LE SIGNE DE PATIENCE, ET AUTRES PIECES 
DU THEATRE DES YUAN; traduction, in- 
trod. & notes de Li Tche-Houa. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 373 p. (Connaissance de 
1' Orient, 18) 3 plays. Contents: 
Le signe de patience, L'avare, de 
Tcheng T' ing-Yu; Le fils prodigue, de 
Ts'in Kien-Fou. © Editions Gallimard; 
30Dec63; DFO-1272. 

SIGNS IN THE SKY, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Minnie Hangartner. 32 1. Appl. 
author: Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© Minnie Hangartner; 30Mar64; DU59900. 



SIK-SIK, THE INCOMPARABLE MAGICIAN, 
a play in one act by Eduardo De 
Fillppo; translated from the Italian 
by Robert Gene Bander. 15 1. 
© Robert Gene Bander; 9Jan64; DU59236. 

SILAS MARNER. See 

THE WEAVER OF REVELOE. 

THE SILENT ENEMY, by Wayne D. Tardiff . 
176 1. A screenplay. © Wayne 
D. Tardiff; 2Apr64; DU59940. 

THE SILENT ONE, a play in one act by 
Ray Hamby (Raymond Irvin Hamby) 
1 v. © Raymond Irvin Hamby; 4Mar64; 
DU59696. 

THE SILK STOCKING BANDIT, a play by 
John Martin. 103 1- 2 acts. 
© John Martin; 29Jan64; DU59391. 

SILVERCUP ROUND BREAD, by Quality 

Bakers of America Cooperative. 1 v. 
60 sec. television script. © Quality 
Baiters of America Cooperative, Inc ■ 
l8Dec63; CI6293. 



SIMON BOLIVAR. SEE BOLIVAR. 

A SIMPLE LIFE, by Robert E. Ingham. 
1 v. A play In three acts. © Robert 
E. Ingham; l6Apr64; DU60033. 

SINBAD THE SAILOR, a play in three 
acts by Jack A. Melanos. Anchorage, 
Ky., Children's Theatre Press. 80 p. 
© Children's Theatre Press; 17Apr64; 
DP5363. 

SINBAD, THE SAILOR, by Jack Melanos, 
pseud, of Jack A. Melonakos. 70 1. 
A play in three acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l8Jan56, DU41555. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Jack A. 
Melonakos; 10Feb64 ; DU59499. 

SING A SONG OF MACCABBEES by Irv 
Goldstein. 1 v. A play in three 
acts. © Irving Goldstein; 
6Apr64; DU59962. 



SING A SONG OF SAGEBRUSH, a western 
musical; music by Marian Manville, 
lyrics & book by Marian Manville & 
Anita Cherryholmes. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Marian S. Manville & Anita M. 
Cherryholmes; 3Feb64; DU59487. 

THE SINGING BLUEBEARD; original dramatic 
composition by Frank P. Donovan (Allan 
Dunn, pseud.) 49 1. Shooting script, 
scenes, dialogue, plot, action for 
films, stage or television. Based on 
the author's original story of actual 
crime. © Frank P. Donovan; 8Apr64; 
DU59977. 

SINISTER SANTA CLAUSE SWITCH. See 
THE WITCH WHO STOLE SANTA CLAUS . 

SIR EGLAMORE AND THE DRAGON; adapted 
from an old English ballad by Lisl 
Beer. Boston, B. Humphries. 18 p. 
(The Silver series of puppet plays) 
© Bruce Humphries; 21May64; DP5396. 

SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT, a 
chamber opera libretto. 63 1. 
9 scenes. © Robert A. Fahrner; 
Uun64; DU60329. 

THE SITE, by John Whitney & Geoffrey 
Bellman. (In Coventry porch plays, 
P. 35-5^) © John Whitney & Geoffrey 
A. Bellman; 10Mar64; DP5334. 

SITUATION COMEDY, a fairly serious 
play by Royall Smith. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Royall G. Smith; 
28May64; DU60315- 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



41 



SIX COMPLETE WORLD PLAYS AND A HISTORY 
OF WORLD DRAMA, by Marcus Konick. 
New York, Globe Book Co. 701 p. 
© Globe Book Co., Inc.; 22Nov63; 
A668385 . 

SIX EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY PLAYS; edited 
with an Introduction by John Harold 
Wilson. Boston, Houghton Mifflin. 
374 p. (Riverside editions) 
© on footnote annotation, introds. 

6 general introd.; John Harold Wilson; 
17Dec63; A668478. 

SIX SANSKRIT PLAYS, in English transla- 
tion; edited by Henry W. Wells. 
Bombay, Asia Pub. House. 487 p. 
© H. W. Wells; 20Apr64 ; AI-9071. 

SIXGUN SAVIOR, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Rocky Land, pseud, of Stanford 
L. Land, Sr. 32 1 . Appl. author: 
Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© Stanford L. Land, Sr.; l6Mar64 ; 
DU59767 . 

THE SIXTEENTH LADY, by Eugene G. 

Barber. 1 v. A screenplay. © Eugene 
G. Barber; 6Mar64 ; DU59704. 

SIXTY-SECOND COMMERCIAL PROGRAMME. See 
FORTY -SECOND COMMERCIAL PROGRAMME. 

'64 SPORTS CAR FLEET. See 

OLDSMOBILE, WHERE THE ACTION ISi 
'64 SPORTS CAR FLEET. 

SIXTY FIFTH PARALLEL, a play by 

Ilya Bolotowsky (Elias Bolotovsky) 
42 1. © Ilya Bolotowsky; l6Mar64; 
DU59772 . 

SKIN DEEP, by Eugene Theodore Bell. 

7 1. A play In four scenes. © Eugene 
Theodore Bell; HDec6j; DU59154 . 

SKIN OF OUR FANGS, a play on weirds by 
David R. Jarrott. 14 1. 5 scenes. 
© David Ross Jarrott; 15Apr64; 
DU60012 . 



SLASHING OF THE COFFIN. 
TA P'l KUAN. 



See 



THE SLAVES, based upon Uncle Tom's 
cabin, by Harriet Beecher Stowe. 
l4l 1. A screenplay. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Mangaard, Inc.; 
l4Feb64; DU59535. 

SLEEPING BUNNY, by George R. Creegan. 
2 1. A play for puppets. © George 
R. Creegan; 29Jan64; DU59341. 

THE SLIGHTLY MAGIC GYPSY, a musical 
for children by Janice Rossi, book 
& lyrics & Alice Kearns, music. 
1 v. © Janice Elizabeth Rossi & 
Alice Dorothy Kearns; l8Feb64 ; 
DU59569. 

SLOW DANCE ON THE KILLING GROUND, a play 
in three acts by William Hanley. 
1 v. © William Hanley; 29Jun64; 
DU60568. 

SMARTEST GAL IN TOWN; musical comedy. 
Book & lyrics by Judy Magee, pseud, 
of Gertrude Lane Magee; music by 
C. Jay Calkins. 2 v. 2 acts. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Judy 
Magee & C. Jay Calkins; llFeb64; 
DU59701. 

SMOKE NO MORE; or, Stop smoking through 
subconscious education. By Edwin L. 
Baron. A lecture prepared for 
delivery for recording purposes. 5 1. 
©Improvement Services, Inc.; 13May64; 
C16793. 

SMOKE SIGNALS, by Treva Silverman. 
4 1. Dialogue. © Treva Silverman; 
9Apr64; C16685. 



SNAP-BACK; one-act play, one of series 
of four one acts called Double talk, 
by Margaret Hayden Rector. 27 1. 
© Margaret Hayden Rector; 3Jan64; 
DU59282. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS; text 
& lyrics: Elsa Rael. Based on the 
Grimm Brothers version. 66 1 . A 
musical play in ten scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. © Elsa Rael; 7Feb64 ; 
DU59497 . 



SNOWANGEL. 
CAGES . 



See 



THE SNOWS OF FORTY NINE, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Dee Scott, pseud, of Delillie S. 
Sanford. 32 1. © Delillie S. San- 
ford; 29Jun64; DU6056I . 

SO DO ANGELS, by Fred Maurice Plemmons . 
1 v. A screenplay. © Fred Maurice 
Plemmons; 26Feb64; DU59634 . 

SO LITTLE TIME. See 
ALL MY YESTERDAYS. 

SO THIS IS PARIS, a musical comedy in 
two acts by Al & Elsie Simmons. 46 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Lancer Produc- 
tions; 22Apr64; DU6OO78. 

SO YOU'RE IN THE CREDIT BUSINESS; 
script for a color sound slidefilm 
for the Pure Oil Co. Writer: David 
C. Welling. 15 1. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 30Mar64 ; CI685O. 

SOCRATES, MY FRIEND, a play and another 
play in three acts by Thomas Babe. 
89 1. © Thomas James Babe, Jr.; 
27Feb64; DU59734. 

SOLEMN PRAYER, sermon-type prayer 
by Cleophus Robinson. © Lion Pub. 
Co., Inc.; 20Dec63; CI63O6. 

SOLOMON SEZ; comedy in two acts written 
by Jerry Levin. 32 1. © Jerry Lee 
Levin; 17Apr64; DU60040. 

SOLOMON'S MOTHER. See 
MOTHER OF THAT WISDOM. 

SOLVING PROBLEMS IN THE DOCTOR-PATIENT 
RELATIONSHIP. 1 v. (Roche record: 
Psychiatric consultation no.l) 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
World Wide Medical News Service, Inc. 
© Hoffmann -La Roche, Inc.; 3Jun64; 
CI6858. 

SOME OF THE FEW, by Stanley Kirk. 

63 1. A screenplay. © Stanley Kirk; 
22May64; DU60293. 

SOME VERY YOUNG PEOPLE, with Dunn 
Induction. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Edward D. Dunn; 6jan64; DU59182. 

SOMEBODY STOLED MY GARBAGE, by Mildred 
Saca. 156 1. A play in three acts. 
© Mildred Saca; 31Mar64; DU59929. 

SOMEONE'S WIDENING OUR BROADWAY, a 
satirical musical review about topi- 
cal events in Decatur, Illinois. 
Book, lyrics & music (except music 
to certain parodies) by Bill Madden 
(George William Madden) 1 v. 
© George William Madden; 9Mar64 ; 
DU59728. 

SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL, a play by Pat 
Foley, pseud, of Patricia Anne 
Pomerantz. 101 1. 3 acts. 
© Patricia Anne Pomerantz; 30Jan64; 
DU59393- 



SOMETHING NEW FOR SPRING; book &. lyrics 
by Jerry Douglas; score by Hal Jordan 
(Harold Jordan) 1 v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. © Jerry D. Douglas & 
Harold Jordan; 5May64; DU60192. 

SOMETHING NEW IN YOUR FUTURE, a sound 
filmstrip on immediate dentures, 
prepared for production of a sound 
filmstrip for patient education. 
Rev. Jan. 1964. 13 1 . A filmstrip 
script. © Patrick Productions, Inc.; 
15May64; C16848. 

SOMETHING NEW TO HANDLE: HOW MUCH? 
Recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
2 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp. ; 7Feb64; 
C16434. 

SOMETHING SPECIAL, a play for four women 
by Peggy Halllfax. London, Deane. 
17 p. (Deane 's series of plays) 
© Peggy Halllfax; 4Apr63; DF1712. 

SOMETHING THERE IS, a dramatic presen- 
tation by David M. Clark. 23 p. 
© David M. Clark; 100ct63; DP5262. 

SONGS AND THE DREAM SYNDROME, by 

Bruce Feld. 18 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Bruce Feld; 
28Jan64; DU59377- 

SOPHIA, a play in one act by Gwen 
Leen. 8 1. © Gwen Leen; 21May64; 
DU60275. 



SORCERER'S APPRENTICE. 
WILLIE WINK. 



See 



SOUND CHARADES. 
CHARADIO. 



See 



THE SOUND OF HISTORY. 1 v. A record- 
ing script. © Ramon J. Cardona & 
William Hamby; 7Feb64; C16488. 

THE SOUND OF NIGHT; written by Shigeo 
Kitanl, translated by Andrew T. 
Tsubakl. 34 1. A play in seventeen 
scenes. © Andrew T. Tsubaki; 
13Jan64; DU59524. 

THE SOUND OF THE RAM'S HORN, by Maxwell 
Maltz. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. Jan. 23, 196l, 
No. 5781. NM: additions. ©Maxwell 
Maltz; 4May64; DU6OI58. 

SOUND YOUR HORN, a musical comedy revue 
written by Les Roberts, pseud, of 
Lester A. Roubert. 2 v. Book & 
lyrics. © Lester A. Roubert & 
Gail G. Roubert; 12Dec63; DU59147. 



SOUTH AMERICA; TAKE HIM AWAY. 
TV SERIES. 



See 



SOUTH STREET, a dramatico-musical com- 
position by Barry Gomer. 125 1. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Barry 
Gomer; 12Jun64 ; DU60402. 

SOUTHERN BELLE. See 
4 TELEVISION SKITS. 

THE SOUTREAU SYSTEM, by Eleanor Zimmer. 
163 1. A play in 3 acts. © Eleanor 
B. Zimmer; 17Jun64; DU60440. 

THE SOVIET UNION TODAY; part 1-6 by Jam 
Handy Organization. 1 v. Recording 
scripts for fllmstrlps. © Jam Handy 
Organization; HMar64; C16601. 



SPACE-AGE HEIR, a play in one act 

by Doris R. Brazeal (Dana V. Harris, 
pseud.) 63 1. © Doris R. Brazeal; 
24Mar64; DU59852. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



SPACE IS SO STARTLING. 
DIE WELTRAUM-STORY. 



See 



THE SPARROWS. (Hi-diddly-dee) A 
half -hour script for a TV series by 
Walter Beakel. 37 1. © Walter 
Lloyd Beakel & Nancy Jane Grauer; 
30Mar64; DU59909. 

SPEAK AND READ MODERN GREEK THE TAPEWAY 
SELF-TEACHING METHOD, by Paul Pimsleur. 
1 v. A recording script in twenty 
units. © Paul Pimsleur; 26Nov63; 
C16337 . 

SPEAK OF THE DEVIL, by Tom H. Sand. 
Libretto based on G. B. Shaw's The 
devil's disciple. 1 v. 2 acts. 
©Tom H. Sand; 10Apr64; DU60134 . 

SPEAK WELL OF THE DEAD, a play in 
twelve scenes by Sandor Marai. 
122 1. Appl. states English 
version of Uber tote nur gutes, 
DU59816. © Sandor Marai; 29Jun64; 
DU60569. 

SPECIFIC DISCUSSION OF EINSTEIN'S 
THEORIES AND NEWTON'S LAWS. See 
HUMAN PHYSICS: THE APPLICATION OF 
NATURAL LAW TO INTERPERSONAL RELA- 
TIONSHIPS, II; SPECIFIC DISCUSSION 
OF EINSTEIN'S THEORIES AND NEWTON'S 
LAWS . 



THE SPEECH OF DUMB ANIMALS, a play 
in three acts by Leslie Epstein. 
109 1. © Leslie D. Epstein; 7Feb64; 
DU59465 . 

SPELLING; record 1, side 1 by Paul 
Scott. 6 1. © Paul L. Scott; 
27Mar64; C16646. 



SPHERE OF EVIL; original screen 
scenario by Val Bisoglio (Italo 
Valentino Bisoglio) & Rick Edel- 
stein. 67 1. © Val Bisoglio; 
19Mar64; DU59785 . 



THE SPIDER; an original story written 
& adapted for television by Donna 
Owens. 32 1. © Donna Owens; 
17Feb64; DU59559- 



SPINOZA, by John W. Morgan, Jr. 4l 1. 
A drama in three acts. © John W. 
Morgan, Jr.; 6Mar64; DU59707 . 



SPIRIT ISLAND. 10 1. A play. 
Chariot; 20Apr64; DU6OO65 . 



Jean 



THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS, a devotional 
collage of the sacred and the profane 
by William Emroy Glover. 3 1. 
© Wm. Emory Glover; 20May64; CI6827. 

SPOKEN COMMERCIALS, by Candis 0. Ray. 
1 v. © Candis 0. Ray; 12Jun64; 
CI6869. 

SPOKEN COMMERCIALS; PART TWO, by Candis 
0. Ray. 1 v. © Candis 0. Ray; 
17Jun64; C16870. 

SPOKEN COMMUNICATION FOR THE DEAF, 
by Philip Russell Drumm. 5 1. 
A speech. © Philip Russell Drumm; 
6jan64; CI6298. 



SPOTLIGHT THE SHADOW MARKET; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 9 1- 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16397. 



SPRING, 1865, by Frank Van Deusen. 
1 v. A play in three acts. © Frank 
Van Deusen; 6Feb64; DU59519- 



A SPY FOR THE GENERAL, a drama from 
the American Civil War, 1863, in 
three acts by Jeffrey Furst 
(M. J. Furst) 96 1. © M. J. Furst; 
l6Mar64; DU59762. 

THE SQUARE; one-act play by Douglas 
C. Lindgren. 67 1. © Douglas C. 
Lindgren; 17Feb64; DU59565. 



SQUEEZERS SQUEAKY JOINT. 
4May64; C16748. 



© Hal Rodgers; 



STAGE TWO, a collection of short plays, 
sketches, and songs for two people; 
written by Paul Rebillot. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Paul Rebillot; 
15Jun64; DU60399. 

STAMP OUT THE NEW YEAR, a twelve-skit 
revue with book, music & lyrics by 
Carl E. Bolte, Jr. 1 v. © Carl E. 
Bolte, Jr.; 15Jan64; DU59272. 

THE STAR AND THE CROSS, by Charles M. 
Tanner. 16 1. A play. © Charles M. 
Tanner; 9Apr64; DU59991. 

THE STAR AND THE SIXTH, a one act 

Christmas play by Olga Cossi. Frank- 
lin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 17 p. 
(Eldridge Christinas entertainments) 
©Eldridge Pub. Co.; lSep63; DP5274 . 

STAR IDENTIFICATION, by Jane W. Mahoney. 
23 1. A lecture. © Jane W. Mahoney; 
25May64; CI6836. 

STAR IN YOUR HEART, a drama by W. Edwin 
Ver Becke. 1 v. 2 acts. © W. Edwin 
Ver Becke; 29Apr64; DU6OI87 . 

THE STAR, SEA, AND SHORE BOTTLE, a 
play in three acts by Kit Mullener. 
129 1. © Christopher Kit Mullener; 
9Mar64; DU59727 . 

STARBRIGHT! Book by Cleve Haubold, 
George Pearson & Stanley Woodmansee; 
lyrics by Cleve Haubold & Stanley 
Woodmansee. 80 1. A musical play 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Cleve E. Haubold; 22Jun64; DU60537. 

STARFIRE, TOPS WITH THOSE WHO KNOW; 
recording script for Oldsmobile 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
12 1. © Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16442. 

THE STARING MATCH; musical drama in two 
acts. Libretto by Jerry McNeely; 
music by Daniele Amf itheatrof . 
2C3 p. © Jerry McNeely & Daniele 
Amfltheatrof; 7Feb64; DU59689. 

THE STATESIDE MURDER OF MARCELLUS PRATT, 
by George A. Simonds. 92 1 . A play 
in three acts. © George A. Simonds; 
27Apr64; DU60106. 

STEAMER TO ILLYRIA, an original one -act 
play by Dennis M. Alward. 16 1. 
© Dennis Moore Alward; 24Feb64; 
DU59608. 

STENOGRAPHY SUPREME; television course. 
11 1. Appl. author: Gladys Bertram. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Stenog- 
raphy Supreme Co.; 6Apr64; CI6766. 

STEP UP THE PACE; recording script 
for the Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp. 13 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 24Feb64; CI6543. 

STEPPING IN AND TAKING OVER, by 
Mrs. Abraham A. Low. Tape A-B. 
2 v. Scripts for tape recordings. 
© Mrs. Abraham A. Low; l8May64; 
C16822-16823. 



STILL IN THE FAMILY, a one-act play by 
Kyran M. McGrath. 14 1 . © Kyran M. 
McGrath; 22Apr64; DU60084 . 

STILL LIFE— WITH APPLES, a play in one 
act by Ruth Rehrer Wolff. 4l 1. 
© Ruth Rehrer Wolff; 6Apr64; 
DU59963 . 

STOCK PREMIUMS FOR THE CUSTOMER, A NEW 
IDEA IN MERCHANDISING. 3 1. © Ralph 
M. Gomar; 13Feb64; CI65I3. 

STONE GROUND WHEAT BREAD, by Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative . 
30 sec . radio script . © Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative, Inc.; 
l8Dec63; CI6287 . 

STOP SMOKING, by S. Lester. 1 v. 
1 © Unart Music Corp.; 9Mar64; CI6599. 

STOP SMOKING THROUGH SUBCONSCIOUS 
EDUCATION. See 
SMOKE NO MORE. 

THE STORY OF A MUSIC NOTE, by L. Levant 
& L. Fuller. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Lila Levant & Lorenzo Fuller; 
21Jan64; DU59417. 

STORY OF FIRE. See 
AGOO, THE HUNTER. 

STORY OF MARK. See 
CHILD OF LONELINESS. 

STORY OF THUNDER & LIGHTNING. See 
THE KITE & KEY. 

THE STORY OF TWO AFTERNOONS, by Trevor 
Reese, pseud, of Martin Donegan. 
1 v. A play in two acts. © Martin 
Donegan; 30Jun64; DU60570. 

STRAIGHT DOWN A CROOKED PATH, a three 
act play by Jerry Thrall, pseud, of 
Gordon B. Thrall. 6l 1. © Gordon 
B. Thrall; 28Jan64; DU59360. 

STRANDED, a movie treatment by Juleen 
Compton. 99 1. A screenplay. 
© Juleen Compton; 6Apr64; DU59966 . 

STRANGE BUT SWEET, a three act drama 
by Leo F. Montague. 195 1- 
NM: additions 8c revisions. © Leo 
F. Montague; 12Mar64; DU59756. 

A STRANGER AT HOME, by A, Sosa. 26 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Aristides 
Sosa; l4May64; DU60237. 

STRATEGY FOR DEALING WITH OVERSEAS 
COMPETITION, an address by Edmund P. 
Learned. 13 p. © President & 
Fellows of Harvard College; l8May64; 
C16801. 

STRATFORD BOY, a play in one act for 
five women by T. B. Morris. London, 
S. French. 26 p. (French's acting 
edition) © T. B. Morris; 25Feb64; 
DFO-1289. 



THE STRAW OX, AND OTHER PLAYS, by 

Fan Kissen. Boston, Houghton Mifflin. 
l6P p. (Tales from the four winds) 
NM. additions. © Houghton Mifflin 
Co.; 2Jan64; A668475. 

STRAWBERRY BEE, a play for children 
in two acts & nine scenes by Phyllis 
Alexander (Phyllis Alexander Breed) 
& Archie Key. Adapted from stage 
by Archie Key. 27 1. © A. F. Key 
& Phyllis Alexander Breed; 21May64; 
DU60286 . 

THE STREET IS NO PLACE, a play by 
Ricardo Weeks. 84 1. 3 acts. 
© Ricardo Weeks; 19Jun64; DU6O536. 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



43 



STREETS OF GOLD, by Herman Buchman. 
1st draft March 17, 1964. 32 1. 
A screenplay. © Herman Buchman; 
23Mar64; DU59832. 

THE STREETS OP THE CITY ; volume XII, 
1963-1964, by Florence P. Simlster. 
Radio scripts. © Florence Parker 
Slmister; 7Apr64; CI6695. 

STRICTLY, OUT TO LUNCH, by Ed Trast 
(Carl Edward Trast) & Phil Grecian 
(Philip Douglas Grecian) 1 v. A play 
in three acts. © Ed Trast & Phil 
Grecian; 9Apr64; DU59983. 

STRIKE! A musical play in two acts; 
book & lyrics by Sylvia Semmler. 
72 1. Book & lyrics only. © Sylvia 
Semmler; 27Mar64; DU5989I. 

THE STRING, a one-act play in two 
scenes by Richard Watson. 15 1. 
© Richard Loring Watson; l4Apr64; 
DU60009 . 

STUMPY, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Charles 
Hardesty. 33 1- Appl. author: 
Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© Charles Hardesty; 20Apr64; DU60051. 

STYLE AND PEP WITH ECONOMY; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 8 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16413. 



SUBCONSCIOUS WENT TO THE BALL. 
RETROGRESSION . 



See 



SUBWAY DIDN'T STOP AT EIGHTY-SIXTH 
STREET. See 
THREE TIMES THREE. 

SUE DRINKWATER THINKS SO TOO AND OTHER 
SHORT STORIES, by Marshall Yaeger. 
70 1. ©Marshall Yaeger; 26Jun64 ; 
DU60554 . 

SUGAR BLUFF, a musical play by Kath- 
erine Harris. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Katherine Jeanne Harris; 10Mar64 ; 
DU59802 . 

SUICIDE CORNER, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
James Hamilton, pseud, of John H. 
La very. 32 1. Appl. author: 
Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© John H. Lavery; l6Mar64; DU59770. 

THE SUMMIT CONFERENCE OF 1983, by 
Thomas Rachubinski. 1 v. A play. 
© Thomas Marion Rachubinski; 25May64 ; 
DU60304 . 

SUN STROKE, a play by James McGee. 
Rev. Feb. 28, 1959. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© James V. McGee; 20Apr64; DU6OO59. 

SUNBEAM BUNS AND ROLLS; IN THE GOOD OLD 
SUMMERTIME, by Quality Bakers of- 
America Cooperative. One min . radio 
script. © Quality Bakers of America 
Cooperative, Inc.; l8Dec63; C16284 . 

SUNBEAM BUNS AND ROLLS; IT'S OUTDOOR 
EATING TIME AGAIN, by Quality Bakers 
of America Cooperative. One min. 
radio script. © Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative, Inc.; l8Dec63; 
CI6285. 

SUNBEAM BUNS AND ROLLS; WE FORGOT SOME- 
THING, by Quality Bakers of America 
Cooperative. One min. radio script. 
© Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive, Inc.; l8Dec63; CI6286. 

SUNBEAM ROUND 'N ROUND, by Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative. 
1 v. Radio script. © Quality Bakers 
of America Cooperative, Inc.; l8Dec63; 
C16289 . 



SUNBEAM STONE GROUND WHEAT BREAD; 

no. 1-3, by Quality Bakers of America 
Cooperative. Three 60 sec. radio 
scripts. © Quality Bakers of America 
Cooperative, Inc.; 8Apr64; C1668O- 
I6679, I6677. 

SUNSHINE ON THE RAIN, an allegory with 
music, two acts, fourteen scenes. 
Book & lyrics by Jack Segasture. 
72 1. Book & lyrics only. © Jack 
Segasture; 9Jun64; DU6038I. 

THE SUPER 88: FINEST CAR IN THE 

MEDIUM-PRICE CLASS. Recording script 
for Oldsmoblle Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 7 1. © Oldsmoblle 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
30Jan64; CI6369. 

THE SUPERIORS, a forecast in the spirit 
of things by Kenneth Hubner. 53 1. 
A play. © Kenneth Hubner; 23Mar64; 
DU59845 . 

SURFER STREET, by Don F. Bowman Harris 
& Dewey Terry, Jr. ©Venice Music, 
Inc.; 30Jan64; CI6365 . 

SURFRIDERS. See 

JOHNNY BROKE A BOTTLE. 

SURGE MILKER MAINTENANCE. 22 1. Re- 
cording script. © Bab son Bros. Co.; 
14Feb64; CI652O. 

SURVIVORS, an investigation of guilt 
in one act by William P. Pernhall. 
45 1. ©William P. Pernhall; 13May64 ; 
DU60230. 

SWEET AS A SUMMER BREEZE; recording 
script for Whirlpool Corp. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 10 1. 
©Whirlpool Corp.; 30Jan64; CI6387. 

SWEET NOVEMBER, by Herman Raucher. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Herman 
Raucher; 25May64; DU60300. 

SWINE SONG, a comedy in three acts by 
David P. Young. 70 1. © David P. 
Young; 22Apr64; DU6OO90. 

THE SYMBOLIC SMILE, a play in three 
acts by Sonja Christina, pseud, of 
Alisa Sonja Morris. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1956. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Alisa Sonja Morris; 
l6Mar64; DU59863. 

THE SYMPTON; play in three acts by 
I. Thany, pseud, of Imre Tihanyi. 
114 1. 3 acts. NM: additions & 
revisions. © I. Thany; 31Mar64; 
DU59997- 



T. M. TECHNIQUE, by Thomas Mooney. 
2 1. A script. © Thomas Mooney; 
22Jun64; CI6876. 

TV DOCTORS: DR. PILLDARE, EXTERN, by 
Al LaGuire (Orville A. LaGuire) 
5 1. A television script. © Al 
LaGuire; 9Jan64; CI6317. 

TV SERIES; comedy- satire by Naomi Gordon. 
1 v. 9 scripts. Contents: 1. St. 
Petersburg. --2. Old army days.-- 
3. Quality points. --4. Tournament 
of champions. - -5 . South America; 
take him away. --6. Miami Beach-Where's 
that? Hialeah; of course. --7. Gen- 
eral Muzato; we salute you!-- 

8. Romeo, thy name is Albert. -- 

9. California, here we come. 

© Naomi Gordon; 19Mar64; DU59788- 
59796. 



TA P'l KUAN. (The slashing of the 
coffin) (Butterfly dream) By 
Institute for Advanced Studies In 
the Theatre Arts. 22 1. A play 
in three acts. © Institute for 
Advanced Studies in the Theatre 
Arts; l6Jan64; DU59295. 

TAHITI TANE, by Lodovico Lorito. 73 1. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Lodovico Lorito; 
l6Jun64; DU60395. 

TAILORED TOUGH FOR THE BIG JOBS; 
recording script for Chevrolet 
Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 8 1. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
30Jan64; C16407. 

TAJ MAHAL, a musical with book, lyrics 
& music by Genevieve Armstrong 
(Genevieve A. Miller) 1 v. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Taj Mahal, 
DU41412, 47017; as All my love, 
DU50204. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Genevieve A. Miller; 20Jan64 ; 
DU59t57. 

TAKE A FIX; one-act play, one of series 
of four one acts called Double talk, 
by Margaret Hayden Rector. 30 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Administer- 
ed orally, DU54991. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Margaret Hayden Rector; 
3Jan64; DU59280. 

TAKE FIVE, by Sholom Rubinstein. 
1 v. Five min. radio program. 
© Advertisers' Broadcasting Co.; 
9Apr64; C16684. 

TAKES TWO CAMPAIGN, by Quality Bakers 
of America Cooperative. 60 sec. 
radio script. © Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative, Inc.; l8Dec63- 
C16292. 

A TALE FOR WOULD-BE KINGS, a play in 
three acts by William B. Long. 1 v. 
3 acts. © William B. Long; l6Mar64; 
DP5333. 

THE TALE OF AUCASSIN AND NICOLETTE, 
by Irving M. Cohen. 1 v. Libretto. 
© Irving M. Cohen; 19May64; DU60271. 



TALE OF THE MOON. 
A PERETZ TRIO. 



See 



TALES OF THE ALHAMBRA. 
ALHAMBRA. 



See 



TALLY-HO, a three-act farce by Arthur 
Thorsen. 92 1. © Arthur L. Thor- 
sen; 6Mar64; DU59712. 

TAMBOURINES TO GLORY, a comedy. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. (In Five plays by 
Langston Hughes, p.183-258) © Lang- 
ston Hughes & Jobe Huntley; 10May63; 
DP5342. 

TANGERINE TALENT, a one -act play which 
frames a variety show, by Anne 
Trenton, pseud, of Anne Coulter Mar- 
tens. Boston, Baker. 25 p. (Baker's 
specialties) Appl. author: Walter H. 
Baker Co., employer for hire. © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 10Mar64; DP5340. 

TANTE ANNA, by Stella Glackin. 1 v. 
A play in three acts. © Stella 
Glackin; 3Feb64 ; DU59420. 

TAPE SCRIPTS TO ACCOMPANY MANUAL DE 
ESPANOL PARA EXTRANJEROS. 1 v. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Maria 
Arsuaga de Vila; 13Feb64; CI6515. 

TAPEWAY SELF -TEACHING METHOD. See 

SPEAK AND READ MODERN GREEK THE TAPE- 
WAY SELF-TEACHING METHOD. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



TCHIN-TCHIN, a comedy in two acts 
by Sidney Michaels. Based on the 
play Tchin-Tchin by Francois Billet- 
doux. New York, S. French. 8l p. 
Appl states prev. reg. 170ct62, 
DU56431. © Sidney Michaels & 
Warner LeRoy; 5Dec63; DP526O. 

TEATRO PARA JOVENES: Lazarillo de 
Tormes; Rincon y Cortado; Doctor, a 
estacazos! De Jose S. Santonja. 
[Madrid] Escelicer. 124 p. (Biblio- 
teca de lecturas ejemplares, 194) 
3 plays. © Editorial Escelicer, 
S.A.; lAug62; DF1704 . 

TECHNICAL WORKERS EXPORTATION DIVI- 
SION (TWED) . See 

ECONOMIC THESIS: TECHNICAL WORKERS 
EXPORTATION DIVISION (TWED). 

TEENS, by Paul Shryer. 13 1. A screen- 
play. © Paul Shryer; 7Jan64; 
DP5391 . 

TEL TIKVAH. See 
THE HILL OF HOPE. 



TELAMON AND CARDEA. See 
COMPANION PIECES. 

THE TELEPHONE, by Edward Bruce. 
Rev. July 1962. 13 1. A play. 
Includes music for one song. 
© Edward M. Bruce; 30Dec63; DU59210. 

TELEPHONE SKETCH, by Shelley Berman. 
"6 1. © Calliope, Inc.; 20Jan64; 
C16341. 

TELL AND SELL YOUR CHEVY LIGHTS! 

recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
10 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16436. 

TEMENOS; play in 2 acts by Richard 
Gerson. 67 1. © Richard Gerson; 
l8Mar64; DU59T78. 

TEMPER AND TEMPERAMENT, by Mrs. Abraham 
A. Low. Tape B-A. 2 v. Scripts for 
tape recordings. © Mrs. Abraham A. 
Low; l8May64; Cl68l8-l68l9. 

THE TEMPEST, by William Shakespeare, 
edited by Robert Langbaum. New York, 
New American Library. 224 p. 
5 acts. (The Signet classic Shake- 
speare, CD174. General editor: 
Sylvan Barnet) NM: "Introduction, 
annotations and compilation." 
© Robert Langbaum; 13Mar64; A6957IO. 



TEMPEST. See 

TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT. 

TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT, a musical play. 
Book, lyrics & music by David Morton. 
Adapted from The tempest, by William 
Shakespeare. Rev. version. 2 v. 
2 acts. © David Morton; 23Mar64; 
DU60122 . 

LA TEMPETE, de Shakespeare; traduction 
de Andre Du Bouchet. [Paris] Mercure 
de France. 127 p. 5 acts. © Mercure 
de France; 23Dec63; DFO-1270. 

TEN STRINGS. See 
THE TYREE'S. 

TENFOLD LAUGHS AND A FEW TEARS, a play 
in one act by Ransom Simon Jeffery. 
27 1. © Ransom Simon Jeffery; 
24jan64; DU59333. 

TERRIBLE TROUBLES OF ROBERT RUGGLES. 
See 
GOBBLEDYGOOK. 

THE TESTING OF TU FU, a tale of T'ang 
times by Werner Heider. 46 1. 
A play in 7 scenes. © Werner Heider; 
l6Mar64; DU60l8l. 



THAT AGE IS BEST, a comedy in three 

acts by Willie Cheek (William Roderick 
Cheek) 58 1. © Willie Cheek; 
17Apr64; DU60042. 

THAT CONQUERING TOUCH, a light opera. 
Music by J. P. Nesleny; narration & 
lyrics by D. C. Ellenson. 1 v. 
3 acts. © J. P. Nesleny & D. C. Ell- 
enson; 10Apr64; DU60120. 

THAT FAR PLANET, EARTH. 78 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Emily Holt; 9Jun64; 
DU60382. 

THAT FUNNY SMOKING ALBUM, written by 
Mel Mandel & Norm Sachs (Norman L. 
Sachs) 27 1. 13 recording scripts. 
© Mel Mandel & Norman Sachs; 13Feb64; 
CI6512. 



THAT OLD NEANDERTHAL STRAIN, a one-act 
tragi-comedy by Ronald C. Bowman. 
34 1. © Ronald Clifford Bowman; 
8Jun64; DU6O37O. 

THAT'S BASEBALL; book by John M. Rosen- 
burg; music & lyrics by Gerald M. 
Ginsberg. 1 v. A play in two acts. 
© John M. Rosenburg & Gerald M. Gins- 
burg; 8Apr64; DU59975. 

THEATER NIGHT WITH HALO MEADOWS; 

includes Hamletta, Dorina, Angel and 
saint & Blue belle. By M. L. Stone- 
sifer. 1 v. 4 plays. © Myrtle 
Louise Stonesifer King; 8Apr64; 
DU60124 . 

THEM BUSES, by Mary B. Bush. 2 1. 
A play. © Mary B. Bush; 27May64; 
DU60239. 

THEODOSIA, a play in two acts by Susan 
Graham Erwin (Susan Erwin Williamson) 
1 v. © Susan Erwin Williamson 
(Mrs. Harold Williamson); 30Mar64; 
DU59915 • 

A THEORY ON THE BASIC CAUSE OF CANCER, 
by Burtis M. Hance. 14 1. © Burtis 
M. Hance; 3Jan64; CI6339. 

THEORY ON THE CAUSE OF CANCER THROUGH 
ENERGY CHANGES AT THE ATOMIC PARTICLE 
LEVEL, by Saseha F. Guiglla. 32 1. 
Presentation in 2 parts. © Saseha F. 
Guiglia; 9Apr64; C16634. 



THERE AIN'T NO HEAD IN HERE. 
TWO ONE-ACT PLAYS. 



See 



THERESE; or, The call of the stuffed 
woodcock. Dance drama in two acts by 
Elisabeth Mueller. 1 v. © Elisabeth 
Mueller; 6May64; DU60216. 

THEY BURIED HER WHERE? Original story 
and screenplay by Larry Sabiston. 
52 1. © Larry Sabiston; 3Feb64; 
DU59426. 

THEY MET SECRETLY, an Easter play by 
Harrlette Swope Jeanes. Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. 16 p. 
2 scenes. © Rodeheaver Co.; 3Feb64 ; 
DP5300. 

THE THIEF, by Thomas E. Brooks. 57 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Thomas E. 
Brooks; 23Jun64; DU60518. 

THIEF. See 
LADRONE . 

THE THIN EDGE, a musical drama In two 
acts by Kenly W. Whitelock. 1 v. 
© Kenly W. Whitelock; 22Jun64; 
DU60503. 



A THIN LITTLE BOOK, a play in three acts 
by Douglas M. Young. 1 v. © Douglas 
M. Young; HJun64; DU60419. 

THINGS TO DO ON A RAINY DAY? (Let's 
play engineer & Let's play fire 
chief) A read aloud story for pre- 
schoolers by Ruth & Jack Silin. 1 v. 
A recording script. © Listen & 
Learn Record Co.; 20Jan64; C16342. 

THE 3RD KING, by Henry M. Wood. 24 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Henry M. Wood; 
HMay64; DU60250. 

THIS DAY-THIS WAY. See 
JOURNEY TO NATIVITY. 

THIS IS IT; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 5 1. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
30Jan64; C16373. 

THIS IS MARYLAND, by Max Fullerton & 
William T. Snyder. 1 v. Seven 
sixty-second commercials. ©■ Maxbill 
Productions; 15Jan64; CI6323. 

THIS IS THE CITY THAT WAS. See 
OLIVIA VAN DYKE'S NEW YORK. 

THIS IS THE END, a modern morality by 
Ken Taylor. (in Coventry porch plays, 
p. 7-33; © Ken Taylor; 10Mar64; 
DP5336. 

THIS IS THE LAW, a proposed dramatic 
series based on the concept of Pre- 
ventive Law to be produced by The 
State Bar of California. Pilot 
script: Last flight for Dusty, by 
Dave Parker (David W. Parker) 1 v. 
© David W. Parker; 21May64; DU60289. 

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED TO ADOLPH HITLER, 
a satiric commentary about one of the 
world's greatest egotists in 3 acts 
by Lee De Blanc. 126 1. © Lee De 
Blanc ; 28May64 ; , DU60 317 . 

THIS MAN CALLED JESUS, a play in one 
act by Kermlt William Poling. 1 v. 
© Kermlt William Poling; 15Apr64; 
DP5354 . 

THIS MOMENT OF TIME, by Paul Gia Russo. 
1 v. © Paul Gia Russo; l6Apr64; 

c 167 67. 

THIS PLAY HAS NO TITLE, an original 
play in three acts by Roger N. 
Cornish. 101 1. © Roger N. 
Cornish; 10Feb64; DU59474 . 

THOMAS HART BENTON; adapted for tele- 
vision by A. J. Russell. Final draft, 
January 8, 1964. 60 1. (Profiles 
in courage, by John F. Kennedy) 
© Robert Saudek Associates, Inc.; 
9Jan64; DP5312. 

THOMAS MORE; ou, L'homme seul. Piece 
en deux actes de Robert Bolt; adapta- 
tion francaise de Pol Quentin. (in 
Les Oeuvres libres. no 208, p. 157- 
252. Paris) © Marguerite Scraltel; 
lSep63; DFO-1268. 

THOMAS MORE OU L'HOMME LIBRE, de Jean 
Anoullh. 129 1. A play. © Jean 
Anouilh; 29Jun64; DU60544 . 

THE THOUGHT MASTERS, a teleplay by 
Aubrey Hampton & Maurice Slegel. 
62 1. 7 scenes. © Aubrey W. 
Hampton & Maurice L. Siege 1; HFeb64; 
DU59676. 

THREE BUSINESS MEN, a color filmstrip 
produced for Better Selling Bureau; 
created & produced by Rocket Pictures. 
18 1. (Human needs for life insur- 
ance) A script. © Better Selling 
Bureau Div. , Rocket Pictures, Inc.; 
3Jan64; C16333- 



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45 



THREE GLIMPSES EAST; dramatic discussion 
starters for group meetings. New 
York, Friendship Press. 39 P. Con- 
tents: The name, by John H. Anand.-- 
Whlch way for Maya? By Hetty Prim.-- 
The losers, by G. Basil Jackson. 
©Friendship Press, Inc.; 15May63; 
DP5272 . 

THREE HUNDRED, a one -act play by Wyatt 
D. Haupt. 16 1. © Wyatt D. Haupt; 
27Mar64; DU59897. 

THREE LITTLE BEANS, a poem for oral 
presentation by Naomi B. Rossabi. 

3 1. © Naomi B. Rossabi; 10Jun64; 
CI6853. 

THREE LOVES AND A MAN; or, Christmas 
in Paris. A one act Christmas play 
by Hale Horton (Herbert Hale Horton) 
47 1. © H. Hale Horton; 13Apr64; 
DU60173. 

THE THREE MUSKETEERS, an original 
screenplay by Donald E. Jewell. 
Based on the novel by Alexandre 
Dumas. 246 1. © Donald E. 
Jewell; 9Mar64 ; DU59719. 

THE THREE OF THEM, a play about all of 
us by George Salvatore. 45 1. 

4 scenes. © George Salvatore; 
24Mar64; DU59855 . 

THREE PLAYS, by Gerald J. Rizzuto. 
1 v. Contents: The vendetta. --The 
bank clerk. --The red bird. ©Gerald 
John Rizzuto; 25May64 ; DU60245 . 

THREE PLAYS, by Thomas R. Arp. Adapted 
from the stories of Eudora Welty. 
68 1. Contents: Petrified man. — 
Keela, the outcast Indian maiden. -- 
Why I live at the P. 0. © Thomas R. 
Arp; 20Apr64; DU6OO68. 

THREE PLAYS OF ANCIENT HAWAII, by 
Jean Chariot. Honolulu, University 
of Hawaii Press. 282 p. Contents: 
Na'auao. (The light within)--U'i a 
u'i. (Beauty meets beauty)--Moa a 
mo'i. (Chicken into king) ©Uni- 
versity of Hawaii Press; 13Dec63; 
A692486. 

3 3-SECOND RADIO COMMERCIALS. No. 7-30 
--9-30. 1 v. Appl. author: Victor 
van der LJnde Co., Inc. © Dolcin 
Corp.; 20May64; CI6826. 

THREE TIMES THREE by Edwin A. Phelphs. 
1 v. 3 plays. Contents: Make me 
marble walls. — The subway didn't stop 
at Eighty-Sixth Street. --We two, a 
pastoral. © Edwin A. Phelps; 19Mar64; 
DU59786 . 

THROUGH ALL ETERNITY, a play by Ilya 
Motyleff . 84 1. © Ilya Motyleff; 
19Mar64; DU59969. 



TILL DEATH DO US PART. See 
IN THE PRESENCE OF DEATH. 

THE TIME IS NOW, by Henry D. Sapsin. 
59 1. A play in two acts. 
NM: "editorial revision." © Henry 
D. Sapsin & Irene Sapsin; 31Jan64 ; 
DU59397. 

TIME LINE, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Henry T. 
Sharp. 33 1. Appl. author: Leslie 
Goodwins Productions. © Henry T. 
Sharp; l6Mar64; DU59768. 

A TIME OF VENGEANCE; screenplay by Ring 
Lardner & Samuel Rosen. 119 1. 
Based on a play by Ugo Betti. 
© Samuel Rosen; 9Apr64; DU59985. 

A TIME TO EMBRACE, a play in three acts, 
by Ben Orkow. 1 v. © Ben Orkow; 
7Feb64; DU59462. 



TIMES SQUARE. 
ENCOUNTER. 



See 



THE TIMES SQUARE MIRACLES, by Lee E. 
Lawder. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Lee E. Lawder; 5Mar64 ; DU59698. 



TIMOTHY O'HARA LEPRECHAUNERWITCH. 
DADDY WAS A LEPRECHAUN. 



See 



A TINY, TINY CORNER, by Henrietta Med- 
lock. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Henrietta G. Medlock; 2Mar64; 
DU59655 . 

TIPS ON SERVICING THE '63 OLDS; 
recording script for Oldsmobile 

Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
15 1. © Oldsmobile Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; 
C16448. 

TIPS ON TOTS, a feature radio program 
of Woroner Productions, written by 
Richard Applebaum & Murry Woroner. 
1 v. A script. © Woroner Produc- 
tions; 19Mar64; C16597. 

A TISKET, A TASKET; as produced by 

Quality Bakers of America Cooperative. 
Revision 2. 2 1. Radio script. 
© Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive, Inc.; 8Apr64; C16678. 

A TISKET, A TASKET; jingle only, by 

Quality Bakers of America Cooperative. 
2 1. 60 dec. radio script. © Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative, Inc.; 
8Apr64; C16673. 

TIVOLI, a musical comedy by Barrie 
Bortnick & Robert Pilato. 105 1. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Barrie D. Bortnick & Robert J. 
Pilato; 20Apr64; DU6OO60 . 



TO SELL: TELL ALL; recording script for 
Whirlpool Corp. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 12 1. © Whirlpool 
Corp.; 30Jan64; CI6386. 

TO THE END OF THE WORLD, an original 
script for television by Frank 
Batista, John Bruce Johnson & Wood- 
row B. Moats, Jr. 19 1. 10 scenes. 
© John Bruce Johnson, Frank Batista 
& Woodrow B. Moats, Jr.; Uun64; 
DU60332 . 

TO THE RESCUE! By Linda Burson. 

32 1. A play in two acts. © Linda 
Burson; 2Apr64; DU59944. 

TO TOSS, TO TURN, a drama by Eugene 
Yanni . 51 1. 7 scenes. © Eugene 
Yanni; 5Jun64; DU60321. 

TODAY THE JEW IS OBSOLETE, a one act 
play in one scene in verse or for 
cantata, by Sol Newman. 9 1. 
© Sol Newman; 24Feb64; DU59616. 

TOM JONES, a new musical with book by 
Mike Abrams (Michael Abrams) & Steve 
Sahlein (Stephan Sahlein); music by 
Warren Wechsler & lyrics by Jane 
Foley. 65 1. 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Stephan Sahlein & Michael 
Abrams; 30Mar64; DU59924 . 

TOM JONES; the romance of a foundling; 
a sentimental comedy in a prologue & 
three acts; adapted from the novel of 
Henry Fielding by Paul S. Clarkson & 
Joseph H. Purdy. 2d rev. ed. 1 v. 
Includes music for 1 song. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Paul S. Clark- 
son & Joseph H. Purdy; 8May64; 
DU60203 . 

TOMORROW AND TOMORROW AND, a play in 
one act by Marvin Talmadge Manning. 
25 1. © Marvin Talmadge Manning; 
7Apr64; DU60027. 

TOMORROW IS HERE, an original play 
by Jayne Tufts Vardaro. 46 1. 
2 acts. © Jayne T. Vardaro; 23Mar64; 
DU59843. 

TOMORROW'S LOST LAUGHTER, TOMORROW'S 
LAST ROSE, by Alvin Reiss. 124 1. 
A play in three acts. © Alvin Reiss; 
26Feb64; DU59628. 

TONIGHT AT MY PLACE, a comedy by Allen 
M. Widem & Patty Levaur (Patricia 
Beth Levaur) 1 v. A screenplay. 
Includes music & lyrics for one song. 
© Allen M. Widem & Patricia Beth 
Levaur; 8jun64; DU6O369. 

TOO GREAT THE PRICE, a three act play 
by Norma Davis Willis. 59 1. 
© Norma Davis Willis; l6Jan64; 
DU59291 . 



THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS. 
ALICE. 



See 



THUMBELINA, by Cristina L. White. 

65 1. A musical play in nine scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Cristina L. 
White; 12Mar64; DU5987O. 



THUNDERBIRD BREED. 
THE FIGHTERS. 



See 



TICKER-TAPE, a musical comedy about 
Wall Street & the stock market by 
Bernard L. Friedman. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1962, 
DU55154 & 1963, DU57292. NM: re- 
visions. © Bernard L. Friedman; 
7Apr64; DU59970. 

A TICKET TO HEAVEN, a three-act play 
by Ada Cosner. 60 1. © Ada L. 
Cosner; 25Mar64; DU59884 . 



TO BE HELPFUL TO PEOPLE; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp. 14 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 24Feb64; CI6555 . 

TO EVERYTHING A SEASON, a play in one 
act by Raymond McGlynn. 21 1. 
© Francis Raymond McGlynn; 12Feb64; 
DU59509. 

TO GET BY TODAY, a play for stage or 
film in three acts, twenty-one scenes 
by Herbert H. Hutner. 1 v. © Herbert 
H. Hutner; 22Apr64; DU6OO77. 

TO LOVE, DISHONOR AMD DECEIVE, by 

Thomas Cater. 1 v. A play in three 
acts. ©Thomas Cater; 10Feb64 ; 
DU59471. 



TOO LONG A BACHELOR; screenplay by 
William R. Grebe. 145 1. © William 
R. Grebe, Jr.; llMay64; DU60212. 

THE TORCH OF LOVE, scenario by John D. 
Smith. 215 1. © John D. Smith; 
22Jun64; DU60511. 

TORELLI'S. Commercial script. Appl. 
author: Eugene Robert Tanz . © Cox 
& Tanz Advertising Agency; 8Jun64; 
C16862 . 

TORNADOES. 6 1. A script for a tape 
recording. © Wandell Allegood; 
17Feb64; CI6527. 

TOTAL VIEW AND PARTIAL VIEW, by 
Mrs. Abraham A. Low. 10 1. 
A script for a tape recording. 
© Mrs. Abraham A. Low; l8May64; 
C16811. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June I 



TOTAL VIEW AND PARTIAL VIEWPOINTS, by 
Mrs. Abraham A. Low. Tape A-B. 
2 v. A script for a tape recording. 
© Mrs. Abraham A. Low; l8May64; 
Cl68l2-l68l3. 

A TOUCH OF AVARICE, a comedy by Al Pray, 
pseud, of Ralph Salaway, & Richard 
Knott, pseud, of Lowell Salaway. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Al Pray & Richard 
Knott; 8jun64; DU6O363. 

TOUGH, LEAN AND BUILT FOR BUSINESS! 
Recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
8 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; 016409. 

TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS. See 
TV SERIES. 

THE TOURNAMENT OF ROSES --AN AMERICAN 
HERITAGE; recording script for 
Minute Maid Co. 18 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
©Minute Maid Co.; 24Feb64; CI6552. 

TOURNEY, by Henry M. Shaw 8c R. David 
Cox. For the thirty-minute television 
series: Duel. 21 1. © R. David 
Cox & Henry M. Shaw; 17Jan64; DU593H. 

A TOWN FOR SALE. (Bed of roses) (The 
magic typewriter] A dramatico-musi- 
cal play in 2 acts by Macklym Hartyl, 
pseud, of Thomas E. H. Black; music 
by Paul Doraine; lyrics by Ramon 
DuVall. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Thomas E. H. Black; 9Jan64; 
DU59287. 

TOYS' TRIAL, by Linda Lewis, pseud, 
of Linda Burson. 42 1. A play 
in three acts. © Linda Burson; 
27Feb64; DU59645 . 

TRAFFIC; or, What happened? When did it 
happen? Where did it happen? Who was 
there? By Leondrus (Lee) Stamps & 
Arthur L. (Art) Armentrout. 1 v. 
3 parts. © Arthur L. (Art) Armentrout 
& Leondrus (Lee) Stamps; 25Feb64; 
A68683 1 t . 

TRAGEDY IN PANTOMIME FOR ONE PLAYER. 

JACK WILLIAMS: A TRAGEDY IN PAN- 
TOMIME. 

THE TRAGEDY OF HENRY FORD, a five act 
drama based on fact, by Craig Tennis, 
pseud, of Craig Eugene Glroux. 
108 1. © Craig Tennis; 3Jan64; 
DU59174. 

THE TRAGEDY OF JOHN F. KENNEDY, by Lee 
Hirsey Sc Sydney Ross, pseud, of Sydney 
HIrsey. 131 1. A play in three acts. 
© Lee Hirsey & Sydney Hirsey; 17Apr64; 
DU6OO39. 

A TRAITOR IS AMONG US, by Michael 
Estill. 1 v. A play. ©Michael 
Estill; l6Jan64; DU59294 . 

TRANSMUTATION. See 
JULIET AND SUE. 

LA TRAVIATA: opera in three acts by 
Giuseppe Verdi. Libretto by Fran- 
cesco Maria Fiave adapted from the 
novel & play of Alexandre Dumas , Jr . , 
La dame aux camelias (The lady of 
the camellias) English adaptation 
by Virginia Card; vocal score edited 
by Tibor Kozma. Boosey 8c Hawkes. 
241 p. Vocal score. Text in English 
& Italian. © Boosey 8c Hawkes, Inc.; 
12Feb64; DP5304 . 

TREASURE ISLAND, by Wendy Levine. 

Taken from the novel by Robert Louis 
Stevenson. 42 1. 1 scene. © Wendy 
Levine; l6Jun64 ; DU60393- 



THE TREE, by Treva Silverman. 3 1. 
Duologue. © Treva Silverman; 
9Apr64; C16686. 

TREE WITH A BEARD, a farce-comedy in 
four acts by Nell Shipman. 86 1. 
A play. © Nell Shipman; 26Feb64; 
DU59633. 

THE TRIAL AT SILVER SPUR, by Robert L. 
Weatherford & Carolyne Lacy. 118 1. 
A play for television. © Robert L. 
Weatherford & Carolyne Lacy; llMay64 ; 
DU60207 . 

THE TRIAL OF JESUS CHRIST, a three 
act play by Jay Haley. 98 1. 
© Jay Haley; 27Jan64; DU593^8. 

TRIBUTE TO A MAN; recitation in memory 
to our late President, John F. Kennedy, 
by William R. Bye. © William R. Bye; 
30Mar64; CI6654. 

TRICYCLE, a play in two acts by Robert 
Bloom. 6l 1. © Robert Mark Bloom; 
5Feb64; DU59504 . 

TRILBY, a new play by Richard A. Bodtke . 
Based on the novel by George Du 
Maurier. 85 1. 2 acts. ©Richard 
A. Bodtke; 23Mar64; DU59834 . 

TRILOGY; three comedy skits by Joy 
Rose. 1 v. © Joy Rose; 13May64 ; 
DU60295 . 

THE TROGLODYTES, a comedy in one act, 
five scenes by P. C. Richmond. 
56 1. © Patricia Richmond; 17Feb64 ; 
DU59552- 

THE TROJAN HORSE, by V. S. Aromiskis. 
87 1. A play. © V. S. Aromiskis; 
21May64; DU60284 . 

DER TROUBADOUR. (II trovatore) 

130141. Von Giuseppe Verdi. Oper 
in vier Akten von Salvatore Cammarano; 
neue deutsche Ubersetzung von Joachim 
Popelka 8c Georg C. Winkler; Klavier- 
auszug mit deutschem 8c italienlschem 
Text, nach dem Autograph der Partitur 
revidlert von Mario Parenti. Milano, 
Rlcordi. 253 p. Vocal score. NM: 
revisions. ©G. Rlcordi 8: C. S.P.A.; 



TROUBLE BY THE TUB FULL, a comedy in 
three acts by Helen Corl Foley. 
1 v. © Helen Corl Foley; 19Feb64 ; 
DU59577 . 

TROUBLE IS A LONESOME TOWN; words, 
music, narration by Lee Hazlewood. 
1 v. NM: additions. © Guitar 
Music Co.; 28Feb64 ; CI6526. 

TROUBLED TWILIGHT, by M. K. Harrington. 
1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Martha K. Harrington; 27Jan64; 
DU59351. 

IL TROUBLESHOOTORE. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Appl. authors; 
Daniel J. Paget 8c Howard W. Kissel. 
© Daniel J. Paget 8c Howard W. Kissel; 
17Jun64; DU60443. 

TROVATORE. See 
DER TROUBADOUR. 

THE TRUCK DRIVERS, a one-act comedy 
by Bob Dishy (Robert Dishy) & Dick 
Schaal (Richard Schaal) 1 v. 
© Bob Dishy Sc Dick Schaal; 9Jun64; 
DU60389 . 

TRUE ROMANCE OF FERDINAND AND ISABELLA. 
See THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 

TRUMPET, BLOW TRUE, by John E. Schroe- 
der. 82 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Key Productions, Inc.; 4Jun64; 
DU60356. 



TRUTHFULLY YOURS, a comedy in one act, 
3 men, 3 women, by Paul McCoy. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 
25 p. (Eldridge popular one-act 
playscripts) © Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
lSep63; DP528O. 

TRY THE MOUNTAIN TOP, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Allle May, pseud, of Alice Bevins. 
34 1. © Alice Bevins; 22Jun64; 
DU60478. 

THE TRYING OF JACOB CHRISTOPHER, by 
Mark Walker. 1 v. A play in three 
acts. © Mark Walker; 27Dec63; 
DU59218. 

THE TURNCOAT, a television play by 
Philip Freund & Joel Ross. 67 1. 
© Philip Freund & Joel Ross; 4jun64; 
DU60392 . 



TWELVE DANCING PRINCESSES. 
BRAND NEW SHOES. 



See 



TWELVE NOON; narration & music by 
Joe Sweet, pseud, of Joe T. Sweat. 

1 v. © Joe T. Sweat; 3Apr64; 
C16664. 

TWENTY FIVE DAYS AGO, an original story 
written and adapted for television 
by Carl A. Wetterstroem. 34 1. 
© Carl A. Wetterstroem; 8jun64; 
DU6O366 . 

2771, a two-act drama by Bruce Mentch. 
1 v. © Bruce Mentch; 20Jan64; 
DU59tl3- 

TWIN TO A VASE, by Lois Ryker. 1 v. 
A play in three scenes. © Lois C. 
Ryker; 27Apr64; DU60100. 

THE TWO, a play in one act by Wendell 
Metzger. 51 1. © Wendell Metzger; 
9Apr64; DU55984. 

THE TWO ADVENTURES OF LEMUEL GULLIVER; 
or, We are very sorry to admit. By 
Jerzy Broskiewicz; English version 
by Stan Fedyszyn. 23 1. A play in 

2 acts. © Stan Fedyszyn; 2Jun64; 
DU60453. 

THE TWO-FACED IDOLOTER; play in 3 acts 
for dramatic presentation by 
Susanne Chambers Wheat. 94 1. 
© Susanne Chambers Wheat; 15May64; 
DU60255 . 

TWO FOR SUNDAY, a comedy by John 
Paolanna, pseud, of Ben Simcoe. 
162 1. 2 acts. © Ben Simcoe; 
29Jun64; DU60556. 

TWO HEFFALUMPS IN EVERY GARAGE, by 
Don Miller (Donald M. Miller) 35 1. 
A play in 4 scenes. © Donald M. 
Miller; 29Apr64; DU60144 . 

TWO HOURS, a play in one act by 

William B. Mueller. 16 1. © William 
B. Mueller; 3Uan64; DU59445 

TWO LINKS IN A CHAIN THAT DIDN'T BUST, 
an original story written Sc adapted 
for television by Mary L. Hotchkiss. 
34 1. © Mary L. Hotchkiss; 3Feb64; 
DU59485. 

TWO ONE- ACT PLAYS, by R. David Cox. 
1 v. Contents: There ain't no head 
in here. --Friday. © R. David Cox; 
20Mar64; DU59817 . 

TWO RELIGIOUS DIALOGUES, by J. Paul 
Faust. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
20 p. Contents: The eve of Christmas. 
— In the garden, a Cross. Appl. 
author: Walter H. Baker Co., employer 
for hire. ©Walter H. Baker Co.; 
13Mar64; A694185. 



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TWO THRILLING SPORTS; recording 

script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 9 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16415. 

TWO WEEKS WITH PAY; story & lyrics by 
Anita E. Buck; music by Tommy Bauer. 
2 v. 3 acts. © Anita E. Buck & 
Tommy Bauer; 23Mar64; DU59836. 

THE TYREE'S, by Lloyd Clay Sugg 8= Andy 
Milllgan. Script no.l: Ten strings. 
Draft no. J. 1 v. A television play 
in two acts. Based on the Woldville 
novels of Arthur Allen Lewis. 
© Lloyd Clay Sugg & Andy Milllgan; 
DU60467. 



u 



U. S. A., a dramatic revue by Paul 
Shyre & John Dos Passos. Based on 
the novel by John Dos Passos. 
New York, S. French. 78 p. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 27May60, 
DU51062. © John Dos Passos; 5Jul63; 
DP5259. 

UBER TOTE NUR GUTES ; Schauspiel von 
Sandor Marai. 112 1. © Sandor 
Marai; 20Mar64; DU59816. 

UBER TOTE NUR GUTES. See 
SPEAK WELL OF THE DEAD. 

THE UGLIEST ONE OF ALL, a comedy in 
three acts by E. J. Peltier. 109 1. 
© Edward J. Peltier; 24Apr64; DU60098. 

THE UGLY SOMETHINGS, by Will Greene. 
83 1. A play in two acts. © Will 
Greene; 17Apr64; DU60037. 

U'l A U'l. See 

THREE PLAYS OF ANCIENT HAWAII. 

ULTIMATE HEIGHTS, a musical comedy. 
Book, music & lyrics by Bob Reilly 
(Robert J. Reilly); musical arrange- 
ments by John Monka . 2 v. 2 acts. 
© Robert J. Reilly; 29Jun64 ; DU60559 . 

L'ULTIMO SELVAGGIO. (The last savage) 
(Le dernier sauvage) Music & libret- 
to by Gian Carlo Menotti with French 
and English translations by Jean 
Pierre Marty and George Mead respec- 
tively. 5 v. Opera in 3 acts. 
Text in Italian, English & French. 
Appl. states prev. reg. of chorus 
parts, 10Jun63, DP5132. NM: "manu- 
script of the vocal score." 
©Franco Columbo, Inc.; 12Dec63; 
DU59402. 



UNCLE ALBERT; no.l comedy series by 
Elizabeth L. Mansfield (pseud: Eliza- 
beth Squire) 11 1. A play. NM: 
revision ^'additions. ©Elizabeth 
L. Mansfield; 22Jun64; DU60466. 



UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. 
THE SLAVES. 



See 



THE UNCOVERED DOOR, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Merlin E. Burleigh. 31 1. © Merlin 
E. Burleigh; 22Jun64; DU60479. 

UNDER SEPARATE COVER, a comedy-drama 
in three acts by Felicia Metcalfe. 
1 v. © Felicia Metcalfe; 7Feb64 ; 
DU59436. 

UNDER THE GREENWOOD TREE; lyrics, 

Sister M. Poverello; music, Sister M. 
Vernon. 4 v. An operetta in 2 acts. 
© Sister Mary Poverello & Sister Mary 
Vernon; HMay64; DU60247 . 



UNDER THE HONEY MOON, a new play, with 
songs & dancing for broadway, off 
broadway, television, motion pictures; 
by Russell Taylor Berry. 36 1. 
2 acts. Libretto. © Russell T. 
Berry; 27Dec63; DU59232. 

UNDERSTANDING. See 
4 TELEVISION SKITS. 

UNDERWRITER) A farce in two acts by 
Richard W. Harris. 1 v. © Richard 
W. Harris; 3Jun64; DU60349. 

THE UNINVITED GUEST, by Wendell Edgar. 
110 1. A play in three acts. 
© Wendell Edgar; 19Feb64; DU59581. 

THE UNIQUE PATRICIA BALLET, LA ROSA DEL 
T0RE0 & CONTEMPLATION OF BULLFIGHT- 
ING, prepared for oral delivery by 
Patricia Mae Hayes. 1 v. © Patricia 
Mae Hayes; 9Apr64; CI6690. 

THE UNKNOWN AMERICAN. 19 1. A script 
for the screen. © Stephen H. Foreman; 
8Jun64; C16860. 

DAS UNSICHTBARE GEPSCK; Schauspiel In 
drei Akten von Dieter Rohkohl . Ber- 
lin, Ann & Slmrock. 138 p. Text 
only. © Ann & Slmrock, BUhnen- und 
Muslkverlag; lApr64; DFO-1297. 

THE UNTAMED ENCHANTRESS, a play by 
Gene Lang. 151 1. 3 acts. © Gene 
Richard Lang; 10Apr64; DU59995. 

UNTIL I DIE, by Leo L. Stein. 73 1. 
A play in three acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Gift for my buddy, 
Dec. 27, 1963, no. 49256. NM: addi- 
tions. © Leo L. Stein; 6Mar64; 
DU59702. 

UNTITLED, a play in two scenes by Tony 
D'Amato. 100 1. NM: development in 
text. © Tony D'Amato; l6Apr64; 
DU60032. 

UNTO CAESAR, a play in three acts by 
Colin Moore, pseud, of Marcella 
Moore Bostick. 1 v. © Marcella 
Moore Bostick; 13Jan64; DU59263. 

THE UNWANTED, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Jean 
Evans. 31 1 • © Jean Evans; 8jun64; 
DU6O368. 

UNWANTED. See 
THE ACCIDENT. 

THE UPSTART, a play by Fred Meyer 

(Frederick R. Meyer) 109 1. 3 acts. 
© Frederick R. Meyer; 4Mar64; DU59693- 

URBAN RENEWAL. 1 v. A play in one 
scene. Includes lyrics for 1 song. 
© David Mervin Jacobson; 25Jun64; 
DU60525. 

USE ALL THE NEWS; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 5 1. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
30Jan64; C16375. 



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THE VACANT CHAIR. 1 v. A play in 
three acts. © Laura B. Gorman & 
Betty S. Beem; 17Feb64 ; DU59557. 

THE VACATION, a play in two acts by 
Pauline Smolin. 1 v. © Pauline 
Smolin; 22Jun64 ; DU60505 . 

VALLEY OF FEAR; screenplay by Harry 
Wuest, based on a story by John 
Brennan. 6l 1. © Harry Wuest; 
15Jan64; DU59273. 



THE VATICAN, by John Crane. 36 1. 
A second recording script in two 
parts. © John Rendal Crane; 12Jun64 ; 
DU60421. 

VENDETTA . See 
THREE PLAYS. 



VERLASSENE ARIADNE. 
ARIADNE ABANDONED. 



See 



VIA PERDU, a musical play by W. Trench 
Barker & L. Perez. 1 v. 4 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Lea Perez; 
10Feb64; DU5981O. 

VICKI, a musical portrait of an era in 
two acts. Book by Virginia Kellogg; 
lyrics by Jack Scholl; music by 
Frank Perkins. 108 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Virginia Kellogg & Jack 
Scholl; 27May64; DU60391. 

THE VICTORIA GIRL; revised screenplay 
written by Davidyne Saxon for 
Creative Combine. 131 1- Appl. 
states prev. reg. I4jun6l, no. 53425; 
26Jul6l, no. 53626; 13Mar62, no. 54982. 
© Creative Combine, Inc.; 29Jan64 ; 
DU59382. 

VIDA ES SUENO. See 
LIFE IS A DREAM. 

A VIEW OF GREATNESS, a one-act play 
written by Edward Stein & Maurice 
Siegel. 68 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. by Maurice Siegel, Nov. 1962. 
NM: additions & revisions. ©Maurice 
Siegel & Edward Stein; llMay64; 
DU60210 . 

THE VILLAIN AND THE MAIDEN, by 
Constance LeBaron. 1 act. 
© Twlnson Co.; 30ct63; DP529O. 



VIOLENT SICK. See 

THE NEST OF THE CUCKOO BIRD. 

VIRGINIA VOYAGE by Seyril Schochen. 
88 1. A musical play in two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Seyril 
Schochen; 4Feb64; DU59674. 

VIRGINITY. See 

LECTURE ON VIRGINITY. 

VIRGINS OF YONKERSVILLE. See 

THE ONE-MINDED- TWO BODIED PROBLEM. 

VIRGINS UNDER A POMEGRANATE TREE, a 
three-act play by Edward H. Devany. 
120 1. © Edward Heath Devany; 
7May64; DU60201. 

THE VISION, a Christmas play in three 
scenes by William Grandgeorge. 
Evanston, 111., Harper 8: Row. 
64 p. © Harper & Row, Publishers, 
Inc.; lSep59; DP5374 . 

A VISION OF FABLES, a play in one act 
by David Shellan. London, S. French. 
31 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 5Mar63; DF1710. 

A VISIT TO DREAM STREET, a comedy by 
Bernard Fabrizi. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Bernard Fabrizi; 5Feb64; DU59505 . 

THE VISITOR, by Ross Alexander, pseud. 
of Ross Alexander Hack. 5 1 * 1. 
A play. © Ross Alexander Hack; 
lApr64; DU59935- 

THE VITAL ALTERNATIVE, by Wilson Re- 
search Foundation. 19 1. A lecture. 
©Wilson Research Foundation, Inc.; 
12May64; C16796. 

THE VITAL INGREDIENT IN CREATING SALES; 
recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
12 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16399. 



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Jan.-June 



VIVA RAFAELA, a play in three acts by 
Ion Nicola. 1 v. Text in English. 
© Ion Nicola; 15Jan6ft; DU593ftft. 

VIVE LA FRANCE > a new musical. Book 
by Don Canton; lyrics & music by 
Don Canton & collaborators. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Don Canton; 29Jan6ft; DU59337. 

VIVO DE UN RECUERDO; drama en tres 
actos de Lettys Fontanez, pseud, de 
Carmen Letioia Hernandez. 1 v. 
© Carmen Leticia Hernandez; HJun64; 
DU60410. 

VOCATION SLIDE PROGRAM SCRIPT. 1 v. 
Script for a tape recording. 
© Catholic Students' Mission Crusade/ 
School of Theology Unit d.b.a. 
Theology Mission Unit; 3Feb64j 
C16485. 

A VOICE IN THE WILDERNESS, a play in 
three acts by Spencer Thomas, pseud, 
of Ben Sokoloff . 1 v~ © Ben 
Sokoloff; 9Jan64; DU59238. 

THE VOICES, a musical play. Words 
by Ric Alexander, pseud, of Richard 
A. Long; music by Ira Hays, pseud, 
of R. Hayes Strider. 78 p. 
16 scenes. © Richard A. Long & 
R. Hayes Strider; 6Feb64; DU59517. 

VOICES THAT HAVE DIED, a tragedy in 
two acts by Steve Magowan (Stephen 
Charles Magowan) 107 1. © Steve 
Magowan; 13Jan64; DU59264. 

VOTE FOR ROCKEFELLER, a one-act verse 
play by Clara Belle Holstein. ft 1. 
© Clara Belle Holstein; 27Mar64; 
DU59894 . 

LA VOYANTE; piece en deux actes et cinq 
tableaux par Andre Roussin. Paris, 
Calmann-Levy. 106 p. © Calmann- 
Levy; 23Feb6ft; DF0-1301. 



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W. L. I. B. BRASS AND BLUE RECORDING 
SCRIPT, by Robert Terry. 2 1. 
© Robert Terry; 2Mar64; CI6566. 



WAGES AND WAGE EARNERS, by Jacob B. 

© Jacob W. Scholnik; 



Scholnlk. 9 1. 
8Apr64; C16671. 



WAITING FOR THE BUS, a play in one act 
by Ramon Delgado. 19 1. © Ramon 
Delgado; 20Apr64; DU6OO63. 

THE WAITING GAME, a comedy in three acts 
by John Tuttle. Ift5 1. © John 
Orville Tuttle; 2ftFeb6ft; DU59617. 

THE WAITING ROOM, a play in one act by 
Robert Bruce D'Angelo. Rev. 25 1. 
© Robert Bruce D'Angelo; 27Jan6ft; 
DU59357. 



THE WAKE, a play in three acts by Donald 
Capezzona. 1 v. © Donald Capezzona; 
17Jan6ft; DU59299. 

WAKE UP IN THE MORNING, a play in three 
acts by Mark Berman. 118 1. 
©Mark Berman; 27Jan64 ; DU59355- 

WALK LIKE A MAN; narration by Joe Sweet, 
pseud, of Joe T. Sweat. 1 v. 
© Joe T. Sweat; 3Apr64; CI6665. 

THE WALK COLLAPSES, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Anna A. Knight. 32 1. © Anna A. 
Knight; 22Jun6ft; DU60475- 



A WALK ON THE WATER, a play by 

Jefferson Bayley, pseud, of Jesse 
K. Bailey, Jr. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Jesse K. Bailey, Jr.; 19Feb6ft ; 
DU59579 - 

WALKING CANES AND FANS, by Amelia 
Lapena-Bonifacio (Mrs. Manuel F. 
Bonifacio) 1 v. A play in three 
acts. © Amelia Lapena-Bonifacio; 
12Mar64; DU597ft5. 

THE WALKING DEATH, a play in one act 
by Toni James, ft 1. © Ton! Louise 
James; 9Jan64; DU59242. 

WALTZ, YEAH YEAH YEAH, by Sydorick. 
1 v. A play in three acts. © Thomas 
Sydorick; 27Apr64; DU60102 . 

WALTZING MATILDA, a comedy In one act 
for seven women by Barbara Van Kampen 
(Barbara Van Kampen Smith) London, 
Deane. 23 p. (Deane's series of 
plays) © Barbara Van Kampen; 4Apr63; 
DF1714 . 

WANDA PANS OUT, a comedy in two acts 
by Jineane Adore, pseud, of Virginia 
Pratt. 1 v. © Virginia Pratt; 
26Nov63; DU59145. 

WANTED, PEACE, a musical comedy with 
lyrics & music by Bob Williams 
(Robert L. Williams) 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Robert L. Williams; lApr64; 
DU59932. 



WAR IS NEVER REALLY OVER. 
THE ID AND THE 0W. 



See 



WARD 0, a play in three acts by Stephen 
D. Uman. 122 1. © Stephen D. Uman; 
10Jan64; DU59244. 

A WARM BODY, a play by Lonnie Coleman. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Lonnie Coleman; 
17Apr64; DU60043. 

WASHING THE CAR; or, The seventh 
satire of Perslus. A one act 
comedy by Dick Hepburn (Richard Hv 
Hepburn) 37 1. © Richard H. Hep- 
burn; 13Jan6ft; DU59343. 

WATCH WORDS! Recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 13 1- © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp. ; 7Feb6ft; C16466. 

WE APPLES ARE SWIMMING. ( Schwelk in 
cold war) Play in two acts by Jara 
Kohout. 49 1. © Jara Kohout; 3Jan64 ; 
DP5370. 

WE ARE ALL ASSASSINS, a teleplay by 
Aubrey Hampton & Maurice Slegel. 
51 1. 7 scenes. © Aubrey W. Hampton 
& Maurice L. Siegel; HFeb64; 
DU59678. 

WE ARE VERY SORRY TO ADMIT. See 

THE TWO ADVENTURES OF LEMUEL GULLIVER. 

WE FORGOT SOMETHING. See 

SUNBEAM BUNS AND ROLLS; WE FORGOT 
SOMETHING. 

WE LEAVE IT UP TO YOU, a revue by 
Barbara Seaver Gardner. 1 v. Book 
& lyrics only. © Barbara Seaver 
Gardner; 13Apr64; DU6OI69. 

WE MAY BE HAPPY YET, a comedy in 3 
acts by Helen Gerry. 1 v. 
© Helen Gerry; 19Dec63; DU59204. 

WE MUST MURDER OUR DARLINGS; or, What 
shall we do with sweet Catherine? 
By L. Colca. 60 1. A dramatic 
composition in three acts. © Lewis 
Colca; 28Jan64; DU59363. 



WE TWO, A PASTORAL. See 
THREE TIMES THREE. 

WEATHER FOR PILOTS; script. 39 1. 
Appl. author: Aero-Progress, Inc. 
© Jeppesen & Co.; 28Feb64; CI6562. 

THE WEAVER OF REVELOE, a musical play 
in two acts by Charles Maier. Based 
on Silas Marner, by George Eliot. 
93 1. Book & lyrics only. © Charles 
Martin Maier; l6Mar64; DU59733. 

WEB OF MURDER, a new mystery comedy by 
Jonathan Troy. Dramatists Play Serv- 
ice. 58 p. 3 acts. © Jonathan Troy; 
23Mar64; DP5346. 



WEDDIN' CAKE. 
BIG MAMA. 



See 



THE WEDDING BED, by Jack Miller. 
147 1. A screenplay. © Jack 
Miller; 25Jun64; DU60470. 

THE WEEKEND, an original film by 
Fred M. Stewart. 99 1. © Fred M. 
Stewart; 21Apr64; DU60155. 

WEIDMANNSHEIL '. See 

NEUER HERR AUF LINDENHOF. 

WELCOME: KELLY GIRLS; recording script 
for Kelly Girl Service by Jam 
Handy Organization. 13 1. 
© Kelly Girl Service, Inc.; 7Feb64; 
C16445. 

WELCOME, NEIGHBOR! By Alfred Connable. 

1 v. A play in three acts. © Alfred 
Connable; 24Apr64; DU60097. 

WELL, I GUESS I'LL JUST HAVE TO READ 
A BOOK, by Joan M. Mercier. 14 1. 
A play in one act. © Joan M. 
Mercier; 15Jan64; DU59275. 

DIE WELTRAUM- STORY. (Space is so 
startling) Von Peter & Anthony 
Howard. [Germany] 51 P. Lyrics 
only. Text in English & German. 
Hans Jorg Gareis, German translation; 
Ruth Gruson, German translation. 
Appl. states prev. reg. DU5682ft, prev. 
pub. DFI627. NM: German translation. 
© Moral Re-Armament; 27Mar63; DFI698. 

WE'RE VERY IMPORTANT PEOPLE IN THE 

MOVIE INDUSTRY, a lyric comedy sketch. 

Lyrics & dialogue by Jack Elwyn; 

music by Gerald Myrow. 1 v. 

© Jack Elwyn & Gerald Myrow; 25Feb6ft; 

DU5962ft. 

WESTERN TESTAMENT, a scenario for 
choreologia by Sara Lee Stadelman. 
39 1. © Sisters of Mercy of the 
College of Saint Mary; 23Mar6ft; 
DU59838. 

WESTWARD BLOWS THE WHEAT, a play by 
Anderson McCullough. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Anderson T. McCullough; 22Jun6ft; 
DU60510. 

WET PAINT, a musical; music, lyrics & 
original story by Don George. 1 v. 

2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 

NM: additions & revisions. © Don 
George; 2Jun6ft; DU60343- 

WHAT A BREAK, an original story written 
& adapted for television by William 
Wilford. 31 1. © William Wllford; 
8Jun6ft; DU6O367. 



WHAT BLIZZARD? 
I LOOK UP. 



See 



WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY THAT? By Henry 
Kitt. 31 1. © Henry Kitt; l6Dec63; 
DU59166. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



49 



WHAT GOES UP MUST COME DOWN, by Eddie 
Holland, Brian Holland & Laraont 
Dozier. © Jobete Music Co., Inc.; 
27Dec63; CI6316. 

WHAT HAPPENED, a musical comedy. Book, 
lyrics & music by George Church. 

1 v. 2 acts. © George Lucien Church; 
l6Apr64; DU60128. 

WHAT HAPPENED TO CHRISTMAS? A Christmas 
pageant by Frank L. Cross; music 
composed and arranged by Robert J. 
Hughes. Dayton, Ohio, Lorenz Pub. 
Co. 24 p. 3 parts. Appl. author: 
Lorenz Pub. Co., employer for hire. 
© Lorenz Pub. Co.; 25May64 ; DP5381. 

WHAT HAPPENED? WHEN DID IT HAPPEN? 
WHERE DID IT HAPPEN? WHO WAS THERE? 
See 
TRAFFIC . 

WHAT IS AN ALBUM? By Lloyd Woodard. 

2 1. A speech. © Lion Pub. Co., 
Inc.; Uul64; C16894. 

WHAT IS LIFE? A lecture on Christian 
Science by James Watt. 20 1. 
© James Watt; 12May64; C16752. 

WHAT MAKES SAMMY TICK; recording script 
for Minute Maid Co. 9"1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
©Minute Maid Co.; 24Feb64 ; CI655I. 

WHAT NOW, CHRIS? An original one hour 
TV episode by Stanley Rubens. Epi- 
sode no.l for Chris Martini, career 
man. 66 1. © Stanley Rubens; 
20May64; DU60278. 

WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH SWEET CATHERINE? 
See 
WE MUST MURDER OUR DARLINGS. 

WHAT TO DO BEFORE THE ORDER COMES; com- 
prehensive outline for a motion 
picture prepared for The Goodyear Tire 
& Rubber Co. Writer: Samuel Beall . 
38 1. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 
HMay64; CI6833. 

WHATEVER BECAME OF JACQUES? Adaptation 
by Richard D. Falcon of Loin de 
Rueil. 71 1. A musical play in 
two acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
authors: Raymond Queneau & Roger 
Pillaudin. © Richard D. Falcon; 
8Jan64; DU59288. 

WHATEVER BECAME OF LAST YEAR'S MISS 
RHEINGOLD? Sort of a revue by 
Robert E. Feinberg. 1 v. © Robert 
E. Feinberg; 3Jun64; DU60348. 

WHAT'S A COUPLE OF HUNDRED MILLION 
DOLLARS MORE OR LESS? A comedy in 
three acts by Herbert Hart Hutner. 
1 v. © Herbert H. Hutner; Uun64 ; 
DU60336 . 

WHAT'S BUZZIN', COUSIN? Recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp. 18 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 24Feb64 ; CI6558. 

WHAT'S MY NUMBER; sequence of events 
thru-out programm by Richard L. Pyles. 
1 v. Recording script. © Richard 
Lee Pyles; 17Apr64; C16701. 

WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH GEORGE? A comedy 
in three acts by Jack P. Nelson. 
81 1. © Jack P. Nelson; 8May64; 
DU60204 . 

WHAT' S YOUR CHOICE? A one half hour 
panel quiz show for television written 
& created by Rudolph Covi. 16 1. 
Script. © Rudolph Covi; 19Mar64; 
C16625. 



WHAT'S YOUR PROBLEM? Script no. 40 -78. 
By Olga A. G. Little & Roland B. 
Smith. 1 v. A television program. 
© Olga A. G. Little & Roland B. 
Smith; 24jun64; C16881. 

WHEN THE BOUGH BREAKS, a comedy in one 
act by Gwyn Clark. London, S. French. 
19 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 26Nov63; 
DFO-1275. 

WHEN THE SPARROW FALLS; an original 
screenplay by Richard T. Heffron. 
2d draft, Feb. 1964. 135 1. 
© Richard T. Heffron; 4May64; DU6OI59. 

WHEN THE WHISTLE BLOWS, by Lular L. 
Carson. 63 1. A play in three 
acts. © Lular L. Carson; 2Mar64; 
DU59664 . 

WHERE ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD; a play in 
two acts by Elizabeth Hart, based 
on the novel by E. M. Forster, 
Italian dialogue by Glta Denise. 
London, S. French. 74 p. (French's 
acting ed.) © E. M. Forster & 
Elizabeth Hart; 30Dec63; DP5313. 

WHERE DID YOU COME FROM? Ark Linkletter 
narrates the story. 12 1. © Comstock 
Productions, Inc.; 9Mar64; C16598. 

WHERE THE HEART IS, by Charles M. 

Tanner. 11 1. A play. © Charles M. 
Tanner; 9Apr64; DU59988. 

WHERE THE TREE FALLETH, an unpublished 
one-act play by Lorelei F. Guidry. 
51 1. Includes music for 1 song. 
© Lorelei F. Guidry; 2Jun64 ; 
DU60341. 

WHICH WAY FOR MAYA? See 
THREE GLIMPSES EAST. 

WHILE THE IRON'S HOT. See 
PORTFOLIO. 

THE WHIRLPOOL; screenplay by Leonard 
Jensen. 99 1- © Creative Motion 
Picture Corp.; 4May64; DU6OI65 . 

THE WHITE CRAG by Pat O'Mara, pseud, 
of Timothy Joseph O'Mara (Major Tim 
O'Mara) 1 v. A play in four scenes. 
NM: revisions & additions. 
© Pat (Major Tim) O'Mara; 24Feb64; 
DU59603. 

THE WHITE PROMISE, by Trelva Jean Reed 
& Beverliann Reed. A one act drama 
for the stage. 23 1. Includes 
music for one song. © Treiva Jean 
Reed & Beverliann Reed; 21Nov63; 
DU59233. 

WHO ARE WE? A play in three acts by 
Lois Duggan. 130 1. © Lois Duggan; 
9Jun64; DU60386. 

WHO EVER HEARD OF A JEWISH ORPHAN? 

A play in three acts by Ann Rosenberg. 
77 1. © Ann Rosenberg; 21May64; 
DU60285 . 

WHO IS MISS WENTWORTH? A play in one 
act by Wendell Metzger. 30 1. 
© Wendell Metzger; 6Apr64; DU59960. 

WHO IS MY CHRISTIAN BROTHER? 1 v. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
W. Carl Ketcherside. © Kingdom 
Kraft Co. 5May64; C16755. 

WHO IS MY NEIGHBOR? A one-act play for 
teen-agers by Marjorie Medary 
(Margaret P. Medary) Based on an 
actual incident reported in the news- 
papers during the winter of 1962. 
14 1. © Margaret P. Medary; 12May64; 
DU60253. 



WHO IS THERE TO ASK? By Henzie Raeburn 
(Mrs. Martin Browne) (In Coventry 
porch plays, p. 55-76) © Henzie Rae- 
burn; 10Mar64; DP5335. 

WHO THREW THE OVERALLS, a dramatic 
composition by Schuyler Wilson. 
84 1. © Schuyler Wilson; 9Jun64 : 
DU60384 . 

WHO WANTS TO KNOW? Recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 12 1. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp. ; 
7Feb64; C16450. 

WHO WILL TIE MY SHOE? By Mary Kennedy. 
1 v. A play in two acts. © Mary 
Kennedy; 13Mar64; DU59750. 

THE WHOLE COOKIE, a new comedy by 
Richard Morris. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Burlingame Productions, Inc.; 
22Jun64; DU60516. 

THE WHOLE DARN SHOOTING MATCH, a farce- 
comedy in three acts by Jack Perry 
New York, S. French. 119 p. 
Includes music for one song. Appl. 
states prev. reg. i960, DU50665. 
NM: "revised and rewritten." © Jack 
B. Perry; 31May63; DP5251. 



WHOLE DARN SHOOTING MATCH. 
EASY DOES IT. 



See 



THE WHOLE TRUTH, a mystery in three 
acts by Philip Mackie . Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 102 p. © Philip Mackie; 
21Sep63; DP5287. 

WHO'S OUT FRONT? See 
NOT AROUND GORDIE. 



WHY I LIVE AT THE P. 0. 
THREE PLAYS. 



See 



WHY ME? An original story written & 
adapted for television by Bernice 
Wire. 32 1. © Bernice Wire; 30Dec63; 
DU59228. 



WHY POWER? Recording script for 

Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 13 1. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
30Jan64; C16419. 

WHY THE CLOWN NEVER SPEAKS, a mono- 
drama & mime-play by Thomas Ohlson. 
7 1. © Thomas M. Ohlson; 2Apr64; 
DU59942. 

WILD, WILD WORLD, by Helene Whittaker. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Helene 
Whittaker; 15Jun64; DU60427 . 

WILDCAT, a one hour filmed television 
drama by Glen Warner. 45 1. 
© Glen Dee Warner; 27Jan64; DU59378. 

THE WILL, an original two-act play by 
Anna Kelsey. 1 v. © Anna Mae Kelsey; 
l8May64; DU60257. 

WILL, BELIEFS AND MUSCLES, by Mrs. Abra- 
ham A. Low. 6 1. A script for a tape 
recording. © Mrs. Abraham A. Low; 
l8May64; C16804. 

WILL JACK BE HERE FOR CHRISTMAS? An 
operetta for children by Mary 
Margaret Clark. 8l 1. © Mary 
Margaret Clark; 6Apr64; DU59958. 

THE WILL OR THE WISH; two act play by 
Thos. Vallance. 6 1. © Thos. 
Vallance; 2Mar64; DU59657 . 

WILL THE REAL MRS. ELLIS? By Mac Benoff 
(Max N. Benoff) 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Mac Benoff; l8May64; DU60262. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



WILLIE FULLER, an original story- 
written & adapted for television by- 
Evelyn Martin Batson. 32 1. Appl. 
author: Leslie Goodwins Productions. 
© Evelyn Martin Batson; 20Apr64; 
DU60053. 

WILLIE WINK. (The sorcerer's appren- 
tice) By Calvin Leigh, pseud, of 
Calvin Topliff . 97 1. A musical 
play in two acts. © Calvin Topliff; 
29Jan64; DU59383- 

THE WILSON FAMILY, a color films-trip 
produced for Better Selling Bureau; 
created & produced by Rocket Pictures. 
17 1. (Human needs for life insur- 
ance) A script. © Better Selling 
Bureau Division, Rocket Pictures, 
Inc.; 3Jan64; CI6328. 

WIND ON TRIAL. See 
A PERETZ TRIO. 

WINE, WOMEN, AND HATS by A-llie Ellsmore. 
1 v. A play in three acts. © Allle 
Ellsmore; 24Feb64; DU59609. 

THE WINGLESS VICTORY, a play in three 
acts by Maxwell Anderson. 1st ed. 
Washington, D. C., Anderson House. 
153 P. © Maxwell Anderson; 24Dec36; 
DP5327 . 

WINGS OF GLORY, a drama of the First 
War in the air; created by Gerald 
Gaiser. 33 1- A television play 
.in two acts. © Gerald Gaiser; 
9Dec63; DU59318. 

WINNIE-THE-POOH. See 

A. A. MILNE'S WINNIE-THE-POOH. 

THE WINNER, by Rhoda R. Nathans. 

88 1. A play in two acts. © Rhoda 
R. Nathans; 6Apr64; DU59968. 

THE WITCH WHO STOLE SANTA CLAUS; or, 
The sinister Santa Clause switch. 
A vaguely sentimental Christmas 
musical for television by Jerry 
Juhl. From a story by Jim Henson 
(James R. Henson) & Jerry Juhl. 75 1. 
27 scenes. Text only. © Muppets, 
Inc.; Jim Henson, president; 2Jan64; 
DU59158. 

WITH FRIENDS LIKE THIS, WHO NEEDS 
ENEMIES? By Mary V. Fey 79 1. 
A play in two acts. © Mary V. Fey; 
5Jun64; DU6O36O. 

WITH JOHN GLENN, by Alice White. 27 1. 
A play. © Alice White; 12Mar64 ; 
DU597 ! *3. 

WITH LOVE FROM UNCLE ZANY; book, lyrics 
& music by Doug Spears. 2 v. 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. DU57951 & 
DU59044. NM: additions & revisions. 
©Doug Spears; Uun64; DU60337 . 

WITH SANTA CLAUS AROUND THE WORLD, a 
musical play for radio or TV by 
Peter Dane, pseud, of Bent Kargaard 
& Fomba Kasjemej, pseud, of Folmer 
Jensen. 1 v. © Peter Dane & Fomba 
Kasjemej; llMay64; DU60220. 

WITHOUT DEFENSE, by Victor L. Bone. 
Rev. 1963. 114 1. A play in three 
acts. Includes music for one song. 
NM: additions & revisions. ©Victor 
L. Bone; 30Dec63; DU59213. 

WITNESS TO DESTRUCTION. (False con- 
fessions) By James J. Clukey. 14 1. 
A play. © James John Clukey; 3Fe°64; 
DU59451. 

WIVES FOR SALE; or, Love sees with 
closed eyes. Three-act melodrama 
by Margaret M. Scariano. 28 1. 
© Margaret M. Scariano; 25Mar64; 
DU59886 . 



THE WIZARD OF OZ, by Camilla Howes 
Wolak. 1 v. A play in two acts. 
NM: additions & revisions. ©Mrs. 
William Wolak; 24Feb64 ; DU59545. 



WIZARD OF OZ. 
AUGURWELL. 



See 



THE WIZARD'S APPRENTICE, a television 
play by Robert E. Peterson & Joanne 
Peterson. 71 1. 3 acts. © Robert 
E. Peterson & Joanne Peterson; 
22Apr64; DU6OO87. 

WOMAN TROUBLE, by Thomas Stott. 3 1. 
A story. © Thomas Stott; 12Mar64; 
CI6605. 

WOMAN'S PLACE IS IN THE HOME. See 
THE LITTLE BIG CITY. 

WOMAN'S PLACE: THE STORY OF DEBORAH. 
See 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

THE WOMAN'S SERVICE MARKET, AND WHAT 
THEY EXPECT. Recording script for 
Oldsmoblle Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 11 1. © Oldsmoblle 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
7Feb64; C164-52. 

WONDERFUL WAYS TO GO WAGGONING; 
recording script for Oldsmoblle 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
14 1. © Oldsmoblle Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 7Feb64; C16443. 

WOODEN CRATE. See 

IT IS NECESSARY TO CULTIVATE OUR 
GARDEN. 

WORD-STIX, by Irving Harris & James S. 
Gruber. © Irving Harris & James S. 
Gruber; 13Feb64; C16514 . 

WORK LINKS, by Oliver D. Knauth. In- 
troductory remarks & questions. 
© Oliver D. Knauth; 23Mar64; CI6636 . 

WORK SPECIALISTS.' CHEVROLET MEDIUM 
AND HEAVY-DUTY TRUCKS. Recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 12 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16398. 

WORLD WITHOUT SOUND; original story 
by Ken Gray (Kenneth Neil Gray); 
screenplay by Howard Field. 37 1. 
© Kenneth Neil Gray; 6Apr64; DU60135. 



X 



XYZ; ou, Bea, par Marc Camoletti. 
225 1. A play in three acts. 
Text in French. © Marc Camoletti; 
2Mar64; DU59550. 

XAVIER PANANTHROPOI , a political tragedy, 
by Ortega St. John. 1 v. A play 
in 5 acts. © Ortega St. John; 
6May64; DU60133. 



YANKEE DOODLES. (Ballet-in blue jeans) 
A play with dancing for Children's 
Theatre; written & arranged by Emmet 
Lavery. 38 1. 6 scenes. © Emmet 
La very; Uun64; DU60335. 

YEAH, YEAH; dialogue, English accent, 
by Ross Bagdasarian. 2 1. A record- 
ing script. ©Monarch Music Corp.; 
19Feb64; C16570. 

THE YEAR IS GOING, LET HIM GO, a play 
in three acts by Irving Kreutz . 
129 1. © Irving William Kreutz; 
30Jan64; DU59395 • 



THE YEAR OF THE FAIR by Sydney Chandler, 
pseud, of June Septant. 77 1. 
A screenplay. © June Septant; 
24Feb64; DU59600. 

THE YELLOW EMPEROR, by Joseph Shore. 
1 v. A musical play in two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Dance 
rex, 1948, DU16148. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Joseph Shore; 24Mar64; 
DU59848. 

THE YELLOW LEAF; distaff version by 
John Boruff . 1 v. A play in three 
acts. NM: revisions. © John P. 
Boruff; 17Jan64; DU59298. 

YES, IN PARIS, a play in three acts 
by Alexandra Cotyna, pseud, of 
Alexandra de Goguel. 58 1. © Alex- 
andra de Goguel; 15May64; DU60324 . 

YES, SIR, THAT'S YOUR BABY; recording 
script for Oldsmoblle Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 9 1. 
© Oldsmoblle Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 30Jan64; CI6367. 

YES, THERE ARE BUFFALO IN ITALY, a 
play in one act by Eli Cantor. 
68 1. © Eli Cantor; 10Feb64; DU59472. 

YESTERDAY AND MOST OF TODAY, by 

Grady A. Hausenfluck. 83 1. A play 
in three acts. © Grady Andrew Hausen- 
fluck; 3Jan64; DU59172. 

YET HALF A BEAST, by E. Ivy Fischer, 
pseud, of Elsie H. Fischer. 25 1. 
A play. © E. Ivy Fischer; 6Apr64; 
DU59965. 

YOU A GOOD GIRL, a play in three acts 
by Milton Hood Ward. 1 v. © Mil- 
ton Hood Ward; 4Jun64; DU60352. 

YOU ARE THE MAN, by Levon G. King. 
9 1. A play. © Levon G. King; 
3Feb64; DU59429. 

YOU CAN BET YOUR LIFE; script for a 
color, sound motion picture in 16 mm, 
prepared for Goodyear Tire & Rubber 
Co. Writer: D. Welling. 35 1. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 30Mar64; 
C16737- 

YOU CAN GO HOME AGAIN, WILLY GREENFERN , 
a comedy in three acts by Frank Lanzl. 
105 1. © Frank Lanzl; l6Mar64; 
DU59865 . 

YOU CAN WIN A SOUL FOR JESUS CHRIST, 
ffou can win souls to Christ) 1 v. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Reggie Thomas . © Kingdom Kraft Co . ; 
5May64; 01675^- 

YOU CAN WIN SOULS TO CHRIST. See 

YOU CAN WIN A SOUL FOR JESUS CHRIST. 

YOU NEVER CAN TELL, a new musical. 

Book, by Norm Cohen (Norman E. Cohen); 
lyrics, by Jim Ploss; music, by Roger 
Perry. 98 1. 3 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Norman E. Cohen, Roger L. 
Perry & Jim Ploss; l4May64; DU60243. 

YOU NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD, a musical 
play by Mltchel E. Barnett. 29 1. 
Book only. © Mitchel E. Barnett; 
17Apr64; DU60045. 

YOU ONLY NEED EVERYTHING, a serious 
comedy by Ronald Migllonico. 176 1. 
18 scenes. © Ronald Migllonico; 
13Feb64; DU59531. 



YOU'LL NEVER SEE HER AGAIN, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Loraine McCausley. 33 1. 
© Loraine McCausley; 13Jan64; DU59257. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



51 



YOUNG AMERICA; television script 
prepared for the Workshop Annex by- 
Bryant F. Figeroid & Larry Russell. 
10 1. © Bryant F. Figeroid & Larry 
Russell; 21Apr64; C16765 . 

YOUNG MARK TWAIN, a musical comedy. 
Script written by Albert G. Miller. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book only. © Albert 
G. Miller; 15May64; DU60298. 

YOUR LIBRARY, PLACE OF LIVING LEARNING, 
by Violet Priestley. 5 1- A record- 
ing script. © Violet Priestley 
d.b.a. Library Filmstrip Center; 
8jan61t; CI6303. 

YOUR BABY'S FIRST YEAR, by Cameron W. 
McKay. 39 1. A script. © Cameron 
W. McKay; 23Jun64; C16884. 



YOUR NUMBER IS UP, by Halden L. Lewis. 
1 v. A television script. © Halden 
L. Lewis; 25May64; CI6835 . 

YOUR SENSES; TV quiz game. 2 1. 
© Edward C. La Corte; llFeb64; 
C16571. 



YOU'VE GOT TO SHOW 'EM; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organisation. 13 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 30Jan64; C16393. 



YUAN DRAMA, an anthology of thirteenth 
century operatic plays by Herbert M, 
Stahl & Richard F. S. Yang. 173 1. 



Book & lyrics only. © Herbert M. 
Stahl 8: Richard F. S. Yang; 6Jul64 ; 
DU60424. 



DIE ZEIT, DIE UNS NOCH BLEIBT; ein 
Spiel in einem Akt von Friedrich 
Feld, pseud, von Friedrich Rosenfeld. 
Hamburg, R. Bars BUhnenverlag. 30 p. 
(Bars Rampe Einakter-Serie, Nr. 1 *) 
© Richard Bars BUhnenverlag, K.G., 
"Die Rampe"; 4Jan64; DF0-1266. 

THE ZULU AND THE ZEIDE, by Felix Leon 
& Howard Da Silva; based on the short 
story of Dan Jacobson. 1 v. A play 
In three acts. © Howard Da Silva 
& Felix Leon; 12Feb64; DU59512. 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



A list, arranged by title, of dramas, dramatico-musicals, lectures, sermons, mono- 
logs, and radio, television and recording scripts for which renewal registrations were 
made during the period covered by this issue. Information relating to both the 
original and the renewal registration is included in each entry. References from 
variant titles and from distinctive subtitles are interfiled. 



A 



ACHILLES HAD A HEEL AND TAPESTRY IN 
GRAY; two plays by Martin Flavin. 
© 10Jul36; DP46621. Martin Flavin 
(A); 10Mar64; R333891. 

AFTERWARDS, a one act play by Geraldine 
McGaughan. © 7Mar36; DP42309. 
Geraldine McGaughan (A); 13Jan64; 
R330283. 

ALI BABA AND HIS SON HADJI, a play in 
four scenes by Herman Ould, with 
three unison songs by David Carver. 
© 17Dec36; DP47012 . David Carver 
(E); 3Jan64; R329418. 

ALL ON A SUMMER'S DAY, a comedy of the 
countryside by Howard Agg. (In 
Eight one-act plays for women's 
institutes and clubs) © 17Mar37; 
DP50012. Howard Agg (A); 24Mar64; 
R334651. 

THE AMAZING DR. CLITTERHOUSE, a play in 
three acts by Barre Lyndon. 
© 10May37; DP49692. Barre Lyndon 
(A); l9May64; R337869. 

ANTI-CLOCKWISE, a play in one act by 
Muriel & Sydney Box. © 5N0V36; 
DP48812. Muriel Box & Sydney Box 
(A); 22Jan64; R330499. 

AREN'T MEN BEASTS, a farce in three acts 
by Vernon Sylvaine. © 14Jul36; 
DU44064. Marie Sylvaine (w); 
10Feb64; R33I875 . 

ASK A POLICEMAN, a play in one act by 
Frank Whitbourn. (In The One-act 
theatre, the seventh book) 
© 17Jan36; DP43240. Frank whitbourn 
(A); 6Jan64; R329413. 

THE ASTONISHED OSTRICH, a comedy in 
three acts by Archie N. Menzies 
(Archibald Norman Menzies) 
© 10May37; DP50895. Archibald 
Norman Menzies (A); 19May64; 
R337872. 

THE ASTONISHED OSTRICH, a new comedy in 
three acts by Archibald Norman 
Menzies. © 4Sep36; DU44574. 
Archibald Norman Menzies (A); 
6Mar64; R333627. 



AT THE SILVER SWAN, a musical play in 
two acts by Guy Bolton & Clifford 
Gray, from a theme suggested by 
Edmond Samuel's & Henry C. James' 
story, The Highwayman; music by 
Edmond Samuels; additional numbers 
by Pereival Mackay. © 25Aug36; 
DP48956. Guy Bolton (A); 6Jan64; 
R329414. 

AXEL AN DER HIMMELSTUR; einmusikalisches 
Lustspiel in drei Akten von Paul Mor- 
gan & Adolf SchUtz; Gesangstexte von 
Hans Weigel. Vollstandiges Regie & 
Soufflierbuch. © 10ct36; D46202. 
Hans Weigel (A); 3Mar64; R333822. 

AZTECA, by Josephina Niggli. © 19Mar37; 
DU48457. Josephina Niggli (A); 
23Mar64; R334648. 



B 



BALALAIKA, in three acts. Book & lyrics 
by Eric Maschwitz; music by George 
Posford & Bernard Grum. Book & 
lyrics. © 2Feb37; D48285. Eric 
Maschwitz (A); 4Feb64; R331676 . 

THE BAND WAGON, a musical comedy in 
two acts, four scenes; book & lyrics 
by Sarah Grames Clark; music by 
Arthur A. Penn. © 12Mar37; D39250. 
Ralph Grames Clark (C); 4May64; 
R337202. 

THE BARTERED BRIDE, a comic opera in 
three acts by Graham Jones, pseud, 
of Madeleine M. Simon; music by 
Friedrich Smetana. Free version 
based upon the German text; English 
text libretto. © 22Dec36; D47271. 
Madeleine M. Simon (A); 27Apr64; 
R336683. 

THE BARTERED BRIDE, a comic opera in 
three acts. English version by 
Graham Jones, pseud, of Madeleine M. 
Simon; music by Friedrich Smetana. 
Libretto. © lMay36; D43030. 
Madeleine M. Simon (A); 27Apr64; 
R336684 . 



BATTLE HYMN, a play in three acts, 
prologue & an epilogue by Michael 
Blankfort & Michael Gold. © 10Dec3b; 
DP46592. Michael Blankfort (A); 
29Jan64; R33093I. 

BATTLE HYMN, by Michael Blankfort. 
© 6May36; DU42822. Michael Blank- 
fort (A); 29Jan64; R33O932. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST OF LORELAND, a 
comedy in three acts by Frances 
Homer (Frances Homer Roos) 
© 14NOV36; D46075. Frances Homer 
Roos (A); 28Jan64; R330904 . 

BEAUTY FOR SALE, a one act play by 
Muriel & Sydney Box. © 5Nov36; 
DP48810. Muriel Box & Sydney Box 
(A); 22Jan64; R330497. 

BEHIND RED LIGHTS, a comedy in three 
acts by Samuel Shipman & Beth Brown. 
© 7May36; D42453. Louis Shipman (NK); 
10Jan64; R329201. 

BEHOLD YOUR GOD, a satire in ten scenes 
by Richard Houghton Hepburn. 
© 24Dec35; DU38902. Richard Hepburn 
(A); 17Dec63; R330332- 



BENEATH THE WEEDS, 
by John Wexley. 
John Wexley (A); 



a play in three acts 
© 28Aug36; DU44425. 
HMay64; R337399. 



BEST YEARS, a play in three acts by 
Raymond Van Sickle. (Longman's 
series) © 12Nov36; D46877. Raymond 
Van Sickle (A); lApr64; R334472. 

BEST YEARS, a play in three acts by 
Raymond Van Sickle; directors' s manu- 
script with additions consisting of 
minor changes of dialogue & original 
suggestions for staging by Nathaniel 
Edward Reeid. (Longman's series) 
© 5Dec36; D46832. Bernice Reed 
Williams (NK); 28Apr64; R336446. 

BLOW ME DOWN; or, The captain's kid. 
A piratical musical absurdity in two 
acts. Music by Allan Benedict; book 
& lyrics by Donn P. Crane. Full 
vocal score & libretto. © 20Feb36; 
D39035. Allan Benedit (A); 7Feb64; 
R331397. 

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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



BLOW YE WINDS, a comedy in three acts 
by Valentine Davies. © 15Jun36; 
D43155. Elizabeth S. Davies (W); 
13Apr64; R335817. 

BOLIVAR, piece en trois actes et onze 
tableaux & La Premiere famllle, farce 
en an acte par Jules Supervielle. 
© 20Jul36; D4-5515. Mme. Jules 
Supervielle, nee Maria Del Pilar 
Saavedra (W); 12Mar64; R333851. 

BUMPS MALONE; comedy in three acts by 
Joseph 0. Kesselring. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as His intentions were 
good. NM: revisions. © 25Aug36; 
D44412. Joseph 0. Kesselring (A); 
3Apr64; R33W56. 

BUT FOR THE GRACE OF GOD, a play in 
eleven scenes by Leopold L. Atlas. 
© 22Jul36; DU43907. Dorothy Atlas 
(W); 9Mar64; R33>U17. 

BUT FOR THE GRACE OF GOD, a play in 
three acts by Leopold- Atlas. 
© 3May37; DP497&7. Dorothy Atlas 
(W); 6May64; R337317. 

CALLING ALL MEN; in two acts by 

A. Carroll & L. Sillman; lyrics by 
June Sillman, pseud, of June Carroll, 
& Irving Graham; music by Baldwin 
Bergeson & Irving Graham. Text. 
© 19Feb37; D48132. June Carroll (A); 
19Feb64; R332333. 



DER CAMFIELLO; music drama in three 
acts by Carlo Ooldoni; libretto by 
Mario Ghisalberti; music by Ermanno 
Wolf -Ferrari; vocal score German 
translation by Ermanno Wolf -Ferrari 
& X. Friedl. Reduction for voice & 
piano. © 29Apr36; D39076. G. Ricordi 
& C, S.P.A. (PWH); 8Jan64; R531150. 

CANDLELIGHT FANTASIA, a pageant play of 
fantasy in eleven episodes & one act 
by Margaret Barbrick Purcell. 
© 4Apr36; D41784. Margaret Barbrick 
Purcell (A); 2Mar64; R3329OI . 

CAPTAIN'S KID. See 
BLOW ME DOWN. 

THE CAVERN, a new play in three acts 
by Marshall George, pseud, of Victor 
Victor. © 23Dec36; D46654. Victor 
Victor (A); 26Feb64; R332841. 

A CERTAIN JUST MAN, a drama in one act 
by Anne Coulter Martens. © 28Aug36; 
D44515. Anne Coulter Martens (A); 
2Jan64; R328970. 

CESAR, by Marcel Pagnol. © 22Jan37; 
D47986. Marcel Pagnol (A); 24Feb64; 
R332613. 

THE CHANGELING, a play in one act by 
William De Lisle. © 21Nov36; 
DU459 1 H. William De Lisle (A); 
24Mar64; R334655. 

THE CHARLADY AND THE ANGEL, a morality 
in one act by Horace Shipp. 
© 19Nov36; DP47990. J. S. Fairfax- 
Jones (E); 6Mar64; R333634. 

CHILDREN OF THE INN; in one act by 
Jewell Bothwell Tull. © 130ct36; 
D45250. Clyde C. Tull (E); 31Mar64; 
R33^86o. 

CHIP OF THE BLOCK. See 
CIGARETTA'S BEAU. 

CHOICE PLAYS FOR CHILDREN'S DAY, by 

Mattle B. Shannon & Elsie Duncan Yale. 
© 23Apr37; D49383. Rodeheaver Co. 
(PWH); 4May64; R337614. 



CHORUS ANGELORUM, a Nativity play in 
three acts by Dermot Morrah. 
© 5Nov36; DP46173. Dermot Morrah 
(A); 24Feb64; R332658. 

CHRISTMAS TIME, a play for children by 
Susan Buchan. © 2Apr36; DP43249. 
Susan Buchan (A); 17Jan64; R330725. 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, a play in three 
acts by Martha Salonen Segall (Martha 
Salonen Segall Phillips) © 4May37; 
D49481. Martha Salonen Segall 
Phillips (A); 29Jun64; R340162. 

CIGARETTA'S BEAU; or, A chip of the 
block. Comedy drama in two acts 
by Louisa Emma Holland. © 2Dec36; 
D46880. Louisa E. Holland (A); 
25Feb64; R332449. 

LE COEUR; piece inedite en cinq actes 
d 1 Henri Bernstein ; dessins de Pierre 
Payen. (In Candide) © 12Nov36; 
D47567. Mme. George Gruber, nee 
George Bernstein (C); 9Mar64; 
R334278. 

THE COMPOSITE MAN, a comedy in three 
acts by Ronald Jeans. © 3T-Dec36; 
D49641. Ronald Jeans (A); 31Dec6j; 
R329225. 

THE CORNERSTONE, a comedy in three 
acts by Wilfred Evans, pseud, of 
Morris Ebenstein. © 24Apr36: 
D44241. Morris Ebenstein (A); 
27Feb64; R332874. 

CRAB APPLE, a farce in three acts by 
Theodore Packard. © 13Jan37; 
DP47172. Theodore Packard (A); 
24Feb64; RJ32659. 

THE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH, a fairytale 
of home in three chirps by Helen 
Jerome, dramatized from the story by 
Charles Dickens. © 6Mar37; DU48268. 
Helen Jerome (AJ; HMar64; R333890. 

THE CRIME IN THE CLUBHOUSE, a play in 
one act by Hal D. Stewart. © 19Jun36; 
DP47385. Hal D. Stewart (A); 
24Feb64; R33266I. 



D 



DAME NATURE; comedie inedite en 3 actes 
par Andre Birabeau. (In Les Oeuvres 
libres) © lMay36; D43797. Andre 
Birabeau (A); 23Jan64; R330466. 

DAYS TO COME; drama in three acts by 
Lillian Hellman (Lillian Hellman 
Kober) © 8Feb37; D47668. Lillian 
Hellman (A); 21Apr64; R336460. 

DEBT TAKES A HOLIDAY, a comedy in one 
act by Howard Buermann. © l4May36; 
D42595. Howard R. Buermann (A); 
24Feb64; R332417. 

THE DISCARD; in three acts by Ethel May 
Shorey (Ethel May Shorey Campbell) 
© 13Mar36; D41358. Ethel May S. 
Campbell (A); 20Jan64; R329935. 

THE DISTANT DRUM, a play in" one act by 
Philip Johnson. © 7JUI36; D704 . 
Philip Johnson (A); 10Feb64; R33I874 . 

DIZZY LINES AND LYRICS OF 1936, by 

Elizabeth L. Mansfield. Opus 34 & 35. 
Book & lyrics. © 20Feb36; D41107. 
Elizabeth Lulu Mansfield (A); 
19Feb64; R332312. 

DON'T DARKEN MY DOOR! A comedy in 
three acts by Anne Coulter Martens. 
© 21Apr36; D42257. Anne Coulter 
Martens (A); 2Jan64; R328969. 



IL DOTTOR OSS; fantasia lirica due atti 
in thre quadrl di Antonio Lega; 
musica di Annibale Bizzelli. 
Libretto. © 5Mar36; D41322. Eredi 
Lega (NK); 8Jan64; R331151. 

DREAM AND WAIT; A play in two acts & 
one scene by Velida, pseud of Gertrude 
Velida de Benn (Mrs. Ben Benn) 
© 21Apr37; D49248. Gertrude Velida 
de Benn (A); Uun64; R339527. 

DRITTER NOVEMBER 1918; ende der Armee 
Oesterreich-Ungarnsj drei Akte von 
Franz Thodor Csokor. © l60ct36: 
D48037. Franz Thodor Csokor (A); 
27Jan64; R330371. 



EARTHLY PASSAGE, a play in one act & 
three scenes by William De Lisle. 
© 7Jan37; DU47020. William De Lisle 
(A); 25Mar64; R334637. 

EARTHLY PASSAGE, a play in one act & 
three scenes by William De Lisle. 
© 13May37; DP49703. William 
De Lisle (A); l9May64; R337870. 

EASILY STAGED PLAYS FOR BOYS; nine new 
non-royalty plays compiled by 
S. Sylvan Simon. © 27Mar36; 
DP50234. Samuel French, Inc. (PCW); 
9Jan64; R329824. 

ELLEN'S ELOPEMENT, a comedy in one act 
by Robert Housum. © 4Apr36; DU41824. 
Charles Robert Housum (A); 23Jan64; 
R330727. 

ELLEN'S ELOPEMENT, a comedy in one act 
by Robert Housum. © 130ct36; DP46581. 
Robert Housum (a); 23Jan64; R33O728. 

EMPRESS AND THE NECROMANNER. See 
THE POISONED KISS. 

ENOCH ARDEN. (Der Movenschrei) Oper 
in vier Bildern nach Tennyson von 
K. M. von Levetzow; Musik von 
0. Gerster; Klavierauszug mit Text 
von Theo. Moelich. Vocal score. 
© 4Nov36; D39209. Ottmar Gerster 
(A) & B. Schott's Soehne (PWH of 
T. Moelich); 24Jan64; R330666. 

ESPOIR; piece en cinq actes par Henry 
Bernstein. (In La Petite illustra- 
tion, no. 767) © 4Apr36; D42662. 
Mme. G. Gruber, nee George Bernstein 
(C); 23Jan64; R330462. 

EUROPE; piece en 3 actes de Maurice 
Rostand. © l8Apr36; D42273- 
Maurice Rostand (A); 10F e b64; 
R332614 . 

EXCURSION, a play in three acts by 
Victor Wolfson. © 28May37; D50114. 
Victor Wolfson (A); Uun64; R338640. 



THE FALL OF THE CITY, a play for radio 
by Archibald MacLelsh. © 17Feb37; 
D47704. Archibald MacLelsh (A); 
15Apr64; R336036. 

THE FALL OF THE CITY, by Archibald 
MacLelsh. © 26Apr37; D49542. 
Archibald MacLelsh (A); 5May64; 
R337543. 
FALLING ANGEL, a play in three acts by 
Gerald Gould & Barbara Burnham. 
© 20Apr36; DP43230. Barbara Burnham 
(A) & Michael Ayrton (E of G. Gould); 
17Feb64; R332654. 



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FALLING ANGEL, a play in three acts by 
Gerald Gould & Barbara Burnham. 
© 27May36; DU42831. Barbara Burnham 
(A) & Michael Ayrton (E of G. Gould); 
17Feb64; R332653- 

UNE FEMME D'UN AUTRE AGE; comedle en 4 
actes de Louis Verneuil, pseud, de 
Louis Collin Du Boccage, & Georges 
Berr. © 15Apr37; DU49136. Florence 
Ryan (E of L. C. Du Boccage); 
27Apr64; R356688. 

LA FESSEE; trois actes de Jean de Latraz. 
© 25Feb37; D47981. Mme Jean de Latraz 
nee Simone Peigniet (w); l4Apr64; 
R335876. 

LA FIN DU MONDE; comedie inedite et 
un prologue et cinq actes; dessins 
de Pierre Payen. (In Candlde) 
© 10Sep36, 17Sep36; D46203. 
Mme. Sacha Guitry, nee Lar.a Marconi 
(W); 23Jan64; R330471. 

FIRST CLASS MATTER, a comedy in one act 
by Rachel Field (Rachel Field Peder- 
son) © 29Dec36; DP46881. Arthur S. 
Pederson (Wr); 20Mar64; R334650. 

THE FIRST GENTLEMAN, a play in four 
acts by Norman Glnsbury.- © 15Jan37; 
DU47177. Norman Ginsbury (A); 
HMar64; R333888. 

FISTON; comedie en quatre actes par 
Andre Birabeau. (In La Petite 
illustration, no. 769) © l8Apr36; 
D43033. Andre Birabeau (a); 
23Jan64; R330467. 

FLOWERS OF THE FOREST, a play in three 
acts by John Van Druten. © 220ct36; 
DP46620. Carter Lodge (E); 15May64; 
R337867. 

FOLLOW THE STREAMLINE; one act sketches 
by Ronald Jeans. (French's acting 
ed., no. 4) © 230ct36; DP46241. 
Ronald Jeans (A); 6Mar64; R333629. 

FOLLOW YOUR SAINT, by Leslie Storm, 
pseud, of Mabel Clark. © 9Jul36; 
DU43767. Mabel M. C. Clark (A); 
l6Mar64; R334118. 

FOR CHARLEY, a play in one act by 
Juliet Wllbor Tompkins (Juliet 
Wilbor Tompkins Pottle) © 4Jun36; 
DP43198. Juliet Wilbor Tompkins 
Pottle (A); l4Feb64; R332656. 

FOR GOD AND OUR LORD, a dramatic 
presentation by 0. G. Herbrecht, 
based upon the children's crusade; 
composers, Charles H. Gabriel & 
others. Dramatic text. © 23Apr37; 
D39274. Rodeheaver Co. (PWH of 
0. G. Herbrecht); 4May64; R338383. 

FORTUNE, a play in one act by Susan 
Buchan. © 8Apr36; DP43255. 
Susan Buchan (A); 17Jan64; R330726. 

FOUR PLAYS BY LOPE DE VEGA, in English 
versions with an lntrod . by John 
Garrett Ohderhill & a critical essay 
by Jacinto Benavente . © l8Feb36; 
D41638. John Garrett Underhill, Jr. 
& Susan Underhill Eltinge (c), & 
Charles Scribner's Sons (PWH of 
J. Benavente); 30Dec63; R328966. 

FRIC-FRAC; piece en 5 actes par Edouard 
Bourdet. © 2Dec36; D46208. 
Mme. Edouard Bourdet, nee Denise 
Remon (w) ; 23Jan64; R330468. 

PULTON OF OAK FALLS, an American comedy 
in three acts by George M. Cohen 
telling the story by Parker Fennelly. 
© 22Jan37; D4707. Agnes M. Cohan 
(W); 24Feb64; R332410. 



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GENEVIEVE; comedie en 5 actes par 
Sacha Guitry. © 2Dec36; D46210. 
Mme. Sacha Guitry, nee Lana Marconi 
(W); 23Jan64; R330470. 

GIT ALONG LITTLE DOGIE, a play in 
three acts by Robert Sloane & Louis 
Pelletier, Jr. © 27Jun36; DU43806. 
Thelma W. Sloane (w) & Louis Pelletier 
Jr. (A); 3Jan64; R329415- 

GIVE ME TOMORROW, a play in three acts 
by Rita Weiman & Maurice Marks, based 
on the novel by William Farquhar 
Payson. © 24Sep36; D44908. Jack 
Weinman (E) ; 24Feb64; R332604 . 

THE GODS WILL CHEAT, a dramatization in 
three acts by Hardie Albright, based 
on the book I knew 3000 lunatics by 
Victor R. Small. © 30Dec36; DU47218. 
Hardie Albright (A); 25May64; 
R338124 . 

GOLDEN DAYS, a comic operetta in two 
acts. Libretto by Ralph Blrchard; 
music by John Laurence Seymour. 
Vocal score & libretto. © 17Mar36; 
DP39095. Marie S. Birchard (W) & 
John Laurence Seymour (A); 26Jan64 ; 
R330933. 

GOOD MORNINGJ A light comedy in three 
acts by John C. Gibbs. © 230ct36; 
DP46607. John C. Gibbs (A); l5May64; 
R337866. 

THE GOVERNMENT REGRETS, a political 
interlude in one act by Sydney Box. 
© 10May37; DP50061. Sydney Box (A); 
19May64; R337871. 

THE GREEN CUP, a drama in three acts 
by Elizabeth Wells & Michael 
Kallesser. © 25Jun36; D43683. 
Elizabeth Wells & Michael Kallesser 
(A); 8jun64; R339525. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© NO.A-3--A-4; l4Feb36; D40817- 
40818. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
10Jan64; R329679-32968O. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© N0.A-5--A-6; 19Feb36; D40924- 
40925. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
10Jan64; R32968I -329682 . 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© N0.A-7--A-8; 26Feb36; D41073- 
41074. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
10Jan64; R329683-329684 . 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© N0.A-9--A-IO; 3Mar36; D41190- 
41191. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
10Jan64; R329685-329686 . 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No.A-ll-A-12; 13Mar36; D41367- 
41368. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
10Jan64; R329687-329688. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© NO.A-13--A-14; 23Mar36; D41594- 
41595. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
10Jan64; R329689-329690. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© N0.A-15--A-16; 26Mar36; D41602- 
41603. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
10Jan64; R32969I-329692. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No.A-17— A-18, 3Apr36, DU41766- 
41767; No.A-19--A-20, 13Apr36; 
DU41976-41977; No. A-21--A-22, 
l6Apr36, DU4 2089-42090; No.A-23— 
A-24, 23Apr36, DU42239-42240; 



N0.A-25--A-26, 29Apr36, DU42342- 
42343; N0.A-27--A-28, 8May36, 
DU42483-42484; No. A-29--A-30, 
13May36, DU42553-42554; N0.A-31-- 
A-32, 20May36, DU42718-42719. Green 
Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 23Jan64; 
R330 309-330324. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No.A-33— A-34; Uun36; DU42910- 
42909. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
22Apr64; R336315-336316. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© N0.A-35--A-36; 2Jun36; DU42925- 
42926. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
22Apr64; R336317-336318. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© N0.A-37--A-38; HJun36; DU43110, 
43114. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
22Apr64; R3363I9-33632O. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No.A-39; 20Jun36; DU43358. Green 
Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 22Apr64; 
R336321. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No.A-40— A-41; 29Jun36; DU43514- 
43515. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
22Apr64; R336322-336323. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No.A-42— A-43. 2Jul36; DU43605- 
43606. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
22Apr64; R336324-336325. 



THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© NO.A-44--A-45; 10Jul36; DU43732- 
43733. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
27May64; R338432-338433. 



THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© NO.A-46--A-47; 17Jul36; DU43825- 
43826. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
27May64; R3384 34-338435. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© NO.A-48--A-49; 23Jul36; DU4393O- 
43931. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
27May64; R338436-338437. 



THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© N0.A-5O--A-5I; 12Aug36; DU44152- 
44153. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
27May64; R338438-338439. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© N0.A-52--A-53; 12Aug36; DU44154- 
44155. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
27May64; R338440-338441. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No.A-54--A-55; 21Aug36; DU44263- 
44264. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWh); 
27May64; R338442-338443. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No.A-56, 26Aug36, DU44369; No.A-57, 
25Aug36, DU44370; N0.A-58--A-59, 
3Sep36, DU44524-44525. Green Hornet, 
Inc. (PWH); 15Jun64; R339467, 339464- 
339466. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by F r ancls Striker. 
© N0.A-6O--A-6I; HSep36; DU44631- 
44632. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
27May64; R338444-338445. 

DIE GROSSE SUNDERIN; Operette in 3 
Akten von Katharina Stoll & Hermann 
Roemmer; Musik von Eduard Kiinneke . 
Libretto. © 25May36; D47095. 
Hermann Roemmer (A); 30Apr64; 
R336947. 

DER GUTIGE ANTONIUS; grosse Operette in 
3 Akten (15 Bildern) von A. Fencl und 
Georg Balda; Deutscher Text, Beda, 
pseud, of Fritz L6hner-Beda; Musik, 
Jara Benes. Textbuch . (WOV 167 ) 
© 20Jan36; D40855. Ignaz Brandstetter 
(E of F. LShner-Beda); 23Dec63; 
R328847 . 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



A GUNPOWDER PLOT, a farce in two acts 
by E. M. Haskins. (French's plays 
for juvenile performers, no. 35) 
© 20ct36; DP46239. Mrs. E. M. Haskins 
(W); bMar64; R333628. 



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HELLERA; tre atti di Lulgi Illica, 
da Adolphe di Benjamin Constant; 
musica di Italo Monteraezzi. New ed. 
Libretto. © 130ct36; D45519. 
Rachele Gatti (W. of L. Illica); 
6Jan64; R331152. 

HERE GOES THE BRIDE, a comedy in three 
acts by Kathryn Wayne. © 30Jun36; 
DP46587. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
12Feb64; R332079. 

HIGH TOR, a play in three acts by Max- 
well Anderson. © 30Sep36: D45003. 
Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W), Alan 
Anderson, Terence Anderson, Quentin 
Anderson & Hesper A. Levenstein (C); 
10Apr64; R335465. 

HIGH TOR, a play in three acts by Max- 
well Anderson. © 5Jan37; DP5328. 
Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W), Alan 
Anderson, Terence Anderson, Quentin 
Anderson & Hesper A. Levenstein (C); 
10Apr64; R335464. 

HIS HOUSE IN ORDER, a comedy in four 
acts by Arthur W. Pinero. © 20May36; 
DP46661. Samuel French, Ltd. (PPW); 
26Feb64; R3327H. 

HITCH-HIKERS; radio script no.l by 
Eugene Conrad. © 8Jun36; DU43002. 
Gloria A. Conrad (W), Hastings Eugene 
Conrad & Gene J. Conrad (C) ; 4jun64-; 
R338916. 

HOLLYWOOD MADNESS, a comic operetta 
in three acts. Libretto by Ralph 
Birchard; music by John Laurence 
Seymour. © 150ct36; D39182. 
John Laurence Seymour (A); 2Mar64; 
R332920. 

UN HOMME COMME LES AUTRES, en 3 actes 
de Armand Salacrou. © 2Feb37; 
D47535. Armand Salacrou (A); 
10Feb64; R332617. 



L' HOMME DANS L 1 OMBRE; piece en 3 actes 
et un prologue de Maurice Leblanc 
et Pierre L. Palau. © 8Apr36; 
DU42016. Claude Leblanc (C); 
22Jan64; R330294. 

THE HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY, a comedy in 
three acts by Melvin Levy. 
© l!Mar36; D41344. Melvin Levy 
(A); 28jan64; R330925 . 

HULDA, DAUGHTER OF PARLIAMENT. See 
JUURAKON HULDA. 



I HAVE FIVE DAUGHTERS, a morning-room 
comedy in three acts by Margaret 
MacNamara, made from Jane Austen ' s 
novel, Pride and prejudice. 
© 31Dec36; DP47506. Sylvia Mary 
Legge (ET; 6Jan64; R329483. 



IDIOT'S DELIGHT, by Robert Emmet Sher- 
wood. © 3Apr36; D42052. Madeline H. 
Sherwood (W); 26Feb64; R333131. 



IF WOMEN WORKED AS MEN DO, a one act 
comedy for women by Ellen Goodfellow. 
© 130ct36; DP46612. Ellen Goodfellow 
(A); l6Mar64; R334120. 



IN THE SHADOW OF A ROCK, a drama in 
three acts by E. P. Conkle. 
© 15Feb37; DP47931. Ellsworth P. 
Conkle (A); 24Mar64; R33^653. 

INDIAN SUMMER, a play in three acts by 
John Kirby Munro & Tillman Breiseth. 
© 31Dec36; D47345. Tillman Breiseth 
(A); 9Mar64; R333946. 

IT HAPPENED IN HOLLAND; operetta in two 
acts for Junior high schools. Books 
& lyrics by Sara Grames Clark; music 
by Arthur A. Penn. Vocal score & 
libretto with directions for staging, 
costumes 8c direction. © 7Mar36; 
D39048. Helen Louise Clark Rambo & 
Ralph Grames Clark (C) & Union Bank 
& Trust Co. (E of A. A. Penn); 
24Feb64; R332272. 

IT MIGHT HAPPEN TO YOU, a play in three 
acts by Leon Lord, pseud, of Harold 
Lester Hersom. © 8May36; DP42475. 
Harold Lester Hersom (A); 9Apr64; 
R335887. 

IT'S GREAT TO BE A MINSTREL MAN; com- 
piled & edited by Clarke Van Ness; 
words by Clarke Van Ness; music by 
Lou Herscher (Louis Herscher) 
(Clarke's complete minstrel show, 
v. 3) © 190ct36; D39217. Louis 
Herscher (A); 30Dec63; R329657 . 



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JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, a play for 
children in three acts, dramatized 
by Nora Fortson Nixon. © 10Dec36; 
DP46570. Nora Fortson Nixon (A); 
l6Mar64; R334119. 

JACK PEARL IN MISINFORMATION. See 
THE PROFESSOR. 

JANE EYRE, a drama of passion in three 
acts by Helen Jerome (Helen Jerome 
All) dramatized from Charlotte 
BrontS's novel. © 22Jan37; D48277. 
Helen Jerome All (A); 27Jan64; 
R330721 . 



JELLY DATE, a comedy in three acts by 
John Houston in collaboration with 
T. Louise Battey. © 2Jun36; D42914. 
Terence L. Battey (A); 27Apr64; 
R338416. 

JOHNNY JOHNSON, the biography of a 
common man in three acts by Paul 
Green; music by Kurt Weill. Text. 
© l8Mar37; DP48472. Paul Green (A); 
24Mar64; R334652. 

JOY TO MY SOUL, a farce comedy in three 
acts by L. Hughes. © 25May37; 
D49906. Langston Hughes (A); 
25May64; R33825O. 

JUURAKON HULDA. (Hulda, daughter of 

Parliament) By Juhani Tervapas, pseud. 
of Hella Wuolijoki. © 20Mar37; 
D54311. Vappu Illike Tuomioja (C); 
31Mar64; R336567. 



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KAISER KARL DE FUNFTE: TragSdie in 
einem Vorspiel und fiinf Aufzugen 
von Felix Braun. © 12May36; 
D47856. Felix Braun (A); 7Jan64; 
R330372. 

THE KING OF THE MOUNTAINS, a play in 
five acts by Edward J. Eustace. 
© 7Jan37; DU47013. Edward J. 
Eustace (A); 17Jun64; R339537. 



THE KINGS BREAKFAST, a play in three 
acts by Rita Weiman & Maurice Marks. 
Rev. version. © 2Apr36; D41752. 
Jack Weinman (E) ; 24Feb64; R332605. 



LADY GREEN GOWN; floral cantata. Words 
written & music selected by Elsie 
Duncan Yale; composers, M. Isabelle 
Ritter & others. Compilation, text. 
© 23Apr37; D39275. Rodeheaver Co. 
(PWH of E. D. Yale); 4May64; 
R337613. 

LADY PRECIOUS STREAM, an old Chinese 
play done into English according to 
its tranditional style, in four acts 
by S. I. Hsiung. © 27Feb37; 
DP48102. S. I. Hsiung (A); 28Feb64; 
R333173. 

THE LAMP SHADE, a Guignol piece in one 
scene by W. S. Milne. © 24Dec36; 
DP47933. W. S. Milne (A); 27Apr64; 
R336425. 

THE LAND OF BON BONS, a comedy operetta 
in one act; book, lyrics & music by 
Charles George. © l4Dec36; DP39194. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar64; 
R334649. 

THE LAST LAUGH, a one act play by 
Marjorie Fort. © 5Mar36; DP43211. 
Marjorie Fort (A); 28jan64; R330934 . 

LATE HARVEST, a playlet by Gordon White- 
head. © 8Jan37; DP47934. Gordon 
Whitehead (A); HMar64; R333889. 



LEAP YEAR INTERLUDE, a comedy in one 
act by Barbara Collyer. © 2Nov36; 
DP46589. Barbara Collyer (A); 
HJun64; R339727. 

LIED IM MAI; Komb'die in drei Akten von 
Karl Schonherr. © 16JUI36; DU43791. 
Vinzenz Chlavacci (e); 23Jun64; 
R339584. 



LIFE BEGINS AT SIXTEEN, a comedy of 
youth in three acts by Hilda Manning, 
pseud, of James Reach. © l4Apr36; 
DP43218. James Reach (A); 13Jan64; 
R330285. 

LIGHTS OUT AT ELEVEN, a comedy in three 
acts by Armitage Owen. © 10May37; 
DP50062. Armitage Owen (A); 
19May64; R338127. 

LITTLE STRANGER, a three act play by 
Katharine Hilllker (Katharine 
Hllllker Caldwell) & H. H. Caldwell. 
© 12Sep36; DU44645. Katharine Cald- 
well & Harry Handly Caldwell (A); 
HJun64; R339726. 

THE LONE RANGER; radio scripts by 
Francis Striker. © Wrather Corp. 
(PWH) 
No. 
A-104. © 3Apr36; D41170. 2Mar64; 

R332932. 
A-105. © 13Apr36; D41978. 2Mar64; 

R332933. 
A-106. © l6Apr36; D42091. 2Mar64; 

R33293 1 * • 
A-107--A-109. © 23Apr36; 1*2236- 

42238. 2Mar64; R332935-332937. 
A-110--A-112. © 29Apr36; D42344- 

42346. 2Mar64; R332938-332940. 
A-113--A-115. © 8May36; D42480- 

42482. 2Mar64; R332941-332943. 
A-116--A-118. © 13May36; D42548- 

42550. 2Mar64; R333044, 332944- 

3329^5 . 
A-119--A-121. © 20May36; D42715- 



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1964 



RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



57 



42717. 2Mar64; R3329t6-332948. 
A-122--A-124. © Uun36; D42904- 

42906. 2Mar64; R3329'+9-332951 ■ 

A-125 — A-127. © 2Junj6; D42922- 

42924. 2Mar64; R332952-33295 1 * • 

A-128--A-130. © HJun36; D43111- 

43113. 2Mar64; R332955-332957. 

A-131--A-133. © 20Jun36; R43359- 

43361. 2Mar64; R332958-332960. 

A-134 — A-I36. © 29Jun36; D43500- 

43502. 2Mar64; R332961-332963- 
A-137--A-I39. © 2Jul36; D43602- 

43604. 2Mar64; R332964 -332966 . 
A-140--A-142. © IOJUI36; D43729- 

43731. 2Mar64; R332967-332969. 
A-143— A-144. © I7JUI36; IA382I- 

43822. 2Mar64; R332970-33297L 
A-145— A-147. © 23Jul36; D43927- 

43929. 2Mar64; R332972-332974 . 
A-148— A-I56. © 12Aug36; D44156- 

44164. 2Mar64; R332975-332983. 
A-157--A-I59. © 21Aug36; D44260- 

44262. 2Mar64; R332984-332986 . 
A-160— A-162. © 25Aug36; D44373- 

44375. 2Mar64; R332987-332989. 
A-163— A-165. © 3Sep36; D44519- 

44521. 2Mar64; R332990-332992. 
A-166— 168. © HSep36; D44626- 

44628. 2Mar64; R332993- 332995 . 
A-169 — A-171. © 19Sep36; D44812- 

44814. 2Mar64; R332996-332998. 
A-172--A-I74. © 25Sep36; D44915- 

44917. 2Mar64; R332999-333001. 
A-175— A-177. © 10ct36; D45029- 

45031. 2Mar64; R333002-333004. 
A-178-A-I80. © 80ct36; D45155- 

45157. 2Mar64; R333OO5-333OO7. 
A.18I--A-I83. © 150ot36; D45236- 

45238. 2Mar64; R333OO8-333OIO. 
A-184— A-186. © 230ot36; D45445- 

45447. 2Mar64; R333011-333013- 
A-187--A-I89. © 290ct36; D45502- 

45504. 2Mar64; R333°lt -333016. 
A-190--A-I92. © 5Nov36; D45638- 

45640. 2Mar64; R333017-333019. 
A-193--A-I95. © 12Nov36; D45758- 

45760. 2Mar64; R333020-333022. 
A-196 — A-198. © 19Nov36; D45906- 

45908. 2Mar64; R333023-333025 . 
A-199--A-2OI. © 28N0V36; D46020- 

46022. 2Mar64; R333°26-333028. 
A-202--A-204. © 3Dec36; D46152- 

46154. 2Mar64; R333029- 333031 . 
A-205--A-207. © 10Dec36; D4636I- 

46363. 2Mar64; R333032-33303^- 
A-208--A-210. © l8Dec36; D46477- 

46479. 2Mar64; R333O35-333037. 
A-211-A-213. © 28Dec36; D46642- 

46644. 2Mar64; R333038-333040. 
A-214--A-216. © 30Deo36; D46848- 

46850. 2Mar64; R333041-333043. 

LOVE AND LORD BYRON, a drama by Cale Y. 
Rice. © 300ct36; D45848. Citizens 
Fidelity Bank & Trust Co. (E); 
24jun64; R339913- 

LOVE ON THE DOLE, a play in three acts 
by Ronald Gow & Walter Greenwood, 
adapted from Walter Greenwood's 
novel. © 220ot36; DP47384. R°ng ld 
Gow & Walter Greenwood (A); 6Mar64; 
R333633. 

LOVE SONG, a play in one act by 
William De Lisle. © 21Nov36; 
DU45942. William De Lisle (A); 
25Mar64; R334636. 

LUCREZIA; Istoria, un atto in tre 

momenti. Musica di Ottorino Respighi; 
libretto di Claudio Guastalla. 
Libretto. © l4Dec36; D46553- 
Marcello Guastalla (NK) ; 8Jan64; 
R329766. 

LUCREZIA; libretto di Claudio Guastalla; 
musica di Ottorino Respighi; compiuto 
nella partitura da Elsa Respighi; re- 
duzione par canto e pianoforte di 
Luigi Ricci. Vocal score © ^ Dec 3 6 5 
D39193. Luigi Ricci (A); 8jan64; 
R329765. 



LULU; Oper nach den Tragodien Erdgeist 
& BUchse der Pandora von Frank 
Wedekind. Music 8: text by Alban 
Berg; Klavierauszug mlt Gesang von 
Erwin Stein. (UE 10745) © 13Nov36; 
D39224. Helene Berg (W); 20May64; 
R338047. 



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MADAME BOVARY; vingt tableaux adaptes 
et mise en scene d'apres Gustave 
Flaubert par Gaston Baty. © 100ct36; 
D46696. Mme. Gaston Baty, nee Jeanne 
Laval (W); 9Mar64; R334277. 

EIN MAEDCHEN AUS GUTEM HAUSE; Lustspiel 
in 3 Akten (sechs Bildern) von Lajos 
Zilahy. © 7May36; DU42665. Lajos 
Zilahy (A); 29Jan64; R330898. 

THE MAGISTRATE, an original farce in 
three acts by Arthur W. Pinero. 
© 20May36: DP48279. Samuel French, 
Ltd. (PPW); 26Feb64; R332713- 

THE MAID, THE DEMON AND THE SAMURAI; 
ballet-pantomime in four acts by 
John Laurence Seymour. Op. 43. 
© 28Dec36; D39196. John Laurence 
Seymour (A); 2Mar64; R332921 . 

MAIL ORDER MAN, a play in one act by 
Elizabeth Fitzhugh. © l4Feb36; 
DU40848. Elizabeth Fitzhugh (A); 
9Jan64; R329825. 

MANON LESCANT, a tragic drama in six- 
teen scenes by George Bowers & John 
Costello, pseud, of Peter Burt. 
© 28Dec36; D48603. Margaret B. Watts 
(NK of P. Burt); 20Apr64; R336271. 

MARCUS WHITMAN; radio script by Delia 
Gould Emmons. © Episode 1-3; 22Jun36; 
D43350. Delia Gould Emmons (A); 
4May64; R337007. 

MARGARET'S CALL, a play & a plea for 
foreign missions by Hattle Branch 
Sibley. © l8Feb37; D47939. Rode- 
heaver Co. (PWH); 19Feb64; R332507 . 

A MARRIAGE HAS BEEN DISARRANGED, a 
comedy for men in one act by Muriel 
& Sydney Box. © 5Nov36; DP48809. 
Muriel Box & Sydney Box (A); 22Jan64; 
R330496. 

MARTHA AND MARY, a one act play by 
Muriel & Sydney Box. © 5Nov36; 
DP48813. Muriel Box & Sydney Box 
(A); 22Jan64; R330500. 

THE MASQUE OF KINGS, a play in three 
acts by Maxwell Anderson. © 6Jun36; 
D42983. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W), 
Alan Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson & Hesper A. Leven- 
stein (C); 9Mar64; R333295. 

THE MASQUE OF KINGS, a play in three 
acts by Maxwell Anderson. © 8Feb37; 
D47512. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W) , 
Alan Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson & Hesper A. Leven- 
stein (C); 9Mar64^ R333296. 

THE MEDDLER IN MIRACLES, a one act play 
by Ronald Elwy Mitchell. © 31Dec36; 
DP48161. Ronald Elwy Mitchell (A); 
23Jan64; R330729. 

MEET THE AUDIENCE, a play in one act by 
George S. Kaufman. © 12Sep36; 
D44642. Anne Kaufman Schneider (C); 
7Feb64; R331444 . 

THE MEETING, a drama in one act by- 
Herman Ould. © 30Apr37; DP49884 
David Carver (E) ; 6May64; R337318. 



THE MERMAID AND OTHER MIMES, by Lilian 
I. Sayce. Contents: The mermaid. -- 
Young Herchard. --Hansel and Gretel. 
© 21Dec36; DP47282. Lilian I. Sayce 
(A); 10Feb64; R33I879. 

THE MIDNIGHT CALL, a melodrama in one 
act by Gordon Morris. © 5Jun36; 
DP43204. Gordon Morris (A); 9Apr64; 
R335886. 

A MIRACLE FOR MARY, a play in one act 
by Ruth Burdin. © 5Jun36; DP43213. 
Ruth Burdin (A); 10Mar64; R333892. 



MISINFORMATION. 
THE PROFESSOR. 



See 



MISS LINLEY OF BATH, a play in three 
acts by Mary Sheridan. © 20Jul36; 
DP48953. Mary Dorothy Sheridan (A); 
25May64; R338125- 

MISSING HER CHILDREN. See 
THE POODLE DOG CLUB. 

MOVENSCHREI . See 
ENOCH ARDEN. 

THE MONEY SOLUTION; lecture by Louis 
Ambrose Ritter. © 17Sep36; C8l43. 
L. A. Ritter (A); l6jan64; R329837. 

LA MORTE DI FRINE; leggenda tragica in 
un atto di E. Marco Senea, pseud, of 
Cesare Meano, per musica di Lodovlco 
Rocca. Libretto. © 4Jun36; D43031. 
Raissa Balmaln Norlander (NK of 
C. Meano); 2Jan64; R33H44. 

MOST OF THE GAME, a light comedy in 
three acts by John Van Druten. 
© 220ct36; DP46596. Carter Lodge 
(E); 15May64; R337864. 

LE MOT DE CAMBRONNE; comedie un 1 acte 
et en vers par Sacha Guitry. 
© 2Dec36; D46209. Mme. Sacha Guitry, 
nee Lana Marconi (w); 23Jan64; 
R330469. 

MY KINGDOM FOR A--, a one act play by 
Muriel & Sydney Box. © lDec36; 
DP48718. Muriel Box & Sydney Box 
(A); 22Jan64; R330^95- 

MY LADY'S SHAWL, a pageant of the shawls 
of many countries with a monologue of 
pioneer days by Irene Jean Crandall. 
© 130ct36; DP46580. Mitchell Dawson 
(E); 26Mar64; R334641. 



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NA CENZUROWANEM; program no. 2 by Wiktor 
Budzynski; music by J. Gabel, 
C. Kalski, L. Heller, Z. Lipczynski & 
A. Schtitz. © 10Nov36; D39356. 
Wiktora Budzynskiego, Juljusza Gabla, 
Czeslawa Halskiego, Leona Hellera, 
Zbigniewa Lipczynskiego & Alfreda 
Schutza (A); 24Feb64; R331764. 

LA NAISSANCE DE TRISTAN; poem dramatique 
en 3 parties et 12 tableaux par Georges 
Delaquys; musique de scene piece dans 
l'oeuvre par Richard Wagner. Text 
only. © 8Feb37; D47568. Georges 
Delaquys (A); 3Mar64; R334276. 

NELLIE MCNABB, a one act farce comedy 
by Lois Reynolds (Lois Reynolds Kerr) 
© 26Jan37; DP47936. Lois Reynolds 
Kerr (A); 19May64; R337868. 

NEMA LEVENTE; vigjatek 3 felvonasban, 
irta Heltal JenO (Jend Heltai) 
© 8Mar36; D42004. Mrs. Jend Heltai, 
nee Lilla FrShlich (W) ; 25Feb64; 
R333965. 



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Jan.-June I 



NEW MONOLOGUES. See 

PARKER'S NEW MONOLOGUES. 

NEW YORK LIMITED, a drama of today in 
nine scenes & prologue by Evelyn 
West. © l4Apr37; D49033. Evelyn 
West (A); 28Apr64; R336717. 

NEW YORK LIMITED, by Evelyn West. 
© 15Jun37; D69477. Evelyn West 
(A); 29Jun64; R340167. 

NIGHT'S END, a play in three acts by 
Frank L. Baer. © l4Aug36; D44170. 
Frank L. Baer (A); 24Feb64; R332415. 

NO JARRING NOTE, a play in three acts 
by James H. Pitman & Elsa B. Meyer- 
son. © 30Mar37; D48705. Elsa B. 
Meyerson (A); 6Apr64; R334941. 

NOIX DE COCO; piece en 3 actes de 
Marcel Achard. (In Le Petite 
illustration) © l6May36; D43845. 
Marcel Achard (A); 10Feb64; 
R332615. 

NOT THIS MAN, a play in one act by 
Sydney Box. © 30Apr37; DP49934. 
Sydney Box (A); 6May64; R337321 . 



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OLD LOVE LETTERS, a play in one act by 
Bronson Howard, adapted & arr. for 
production by Garrett H. Leverton. 
© 8May36; DP43472. Mrs. Ed S. 
• Leverton (NK); l4Feb64; R332714. 

ON DEMANDE; comedie en 4 actes par 
Michel Dulud. © 25Feb37; D47979. 
Michel Dulud (A); l4Apr64; R335878. 

ON THE VERGE, a play in one act by 
William De Lisle. © l4Jan37; 
DU47124. William De Lisle (A); 
25Mar64; R334638. 

THE ONE-ACT THEATRE, the tenth book, 
six new plays by James Parish. 
© 5May37; DP49935. James Parish 
(A); 6May64; R337322. 

ONE MORNING VERY EARLY, a play in one 
act by Philip Johnson & Howard Agg. 
© 12Apr37; DP49284. Philip Johnson & 
Howard Agg (A); 17Apr64; R33602I. 

OUR DEAREST POSSESSION, a play in one 
act by Robert Middlemass. © l8Mar36; 
D41567. Mary G. Carter (w); 7Jan64; 
R329467 . 

OUR REPUTATION, a one act play by 
Robert Middlemass. © 29Apr36; 
DP43262. Mary Carter (W); 13Jan64; 
R330286. 



PARKER'S NEW MONOLOGUES, by Mary 
Moncure Parker. © 7Jul36; DP46599. 
Anne W. Wood (NK); 15May64; R337865. 

PEAU DE BANANE; comedie gaie en un 
acte par Gabriel d'Hervilliez. (In 
La Petite illustration, no. 796) 
© 7Nov36; D49308. Stephen de Hond 
(E); 23Jan64; R330473. 

THE PHILOSOPHER IN THE APPLE ORCHARD, 
a pastoral in one act by Anthony 
Hope, pseud, of Anthony Hope Hawkins. 
© 80ct36; DP46593. John Hawkins 
(PPW); 8jun64; R339279. 

PIF PAF PUF; text by Wiktor Budzynski; 
music by Marjan Altenberg, Czeslaw 
Halski, Juljusz Gabel & Zbigniew 
Lipczynski. © 150ct36; D39277. 
Piotr Wiktor Budzynski, Marian 
Altenberg, Creslaw Halski, Juljusz 
Gabl & Zbigniew Lipczynski (A); 
24Feb64; R33I763. 



THE PILLARS OF SOCIETY, a play in four 
acts by Henrik Ibsen, adapted for 
production by Garrett H. Leverton. 
© 3Feb37; DP47511. Mrs. Ed S. Lever- 
ton (NK); l4Feb64; R332715. 

PLAY STREET; comedy drama in three acts 
by Ewing Lawrence Rafferty. 
© l8Feb37; D47760. Ewing Lawrence 
Rafferty (A); l8Feb64; R332433- 

PLAY THAT TUNE, a play in two acts by 
J. C. Holm, L. Brown & R. Henderson. 
© 20Apr37; D49263. June Brown (W), 
Naomi Brown & Arlyne Mulligan (C); 
20Apr64; R336260. 

PLAY THAT TUNE, a play in two acts by 
J. C. Holm, L. Brown & R. Henderson. 
© 20Apr37; D49263. Ray Henderson (A); 
20Apr64; R336261. 

PLAYS FOR THE SCHOOLROOM; safety, 
character, holiday by Sadye A. Ber- 
man ( Sadye A. Berman We in) 
© 5Nov36; DP46572. Sadye A. Berman 
Wein (A); 13Mar64; R333894. 

THE POISONED KISS; or, The empress and 
the necromaneer. Opera by Ralph 
Vaughan Williams; new & original music 
to libretto by Evelyn Sharp. 
© 7May36; D39129. Ursula Vaughan 
Williams (W); 24Feb64; R333754. 

THE POODLE DOG CLUB; or, Missing her 
children. A heart interest drama In 
two acts by Louisa Emma Holland. 
© 15Dec36; D46878. Louisa E. Holland 
(A); 25Feb64; R332447. 



PREMIERE FAMILLE. 
BOLIVAR. 



See 



PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, a sentimental 

comedy in three acts by Helen Jerome, 
dramatized from Jane Austen's novel. 
© 12Apr37; DP49704. Helen Jerome 
(A); 17Apr64; R336022. 

PRISONERS OF HOPE, a play in three acts 
by Arthur Pederson & Rachel Field 
(Rachel Field Pederson) © 7May36; 
DU42748. Arthur S. Pederson (A); 
9Apr64; R335937. 

THE PROFESSOR; or, Jack Pearl in Mis- 
information. A new radio program 
conceived and written by Eugene 
Conrad. © 24jun36; DU43438. Gloria 
A. Conrad (W), Hastings Eugene Con- 
rad & Gene J. Conrad (C); 4jun64; 
R338917. 

PROMISE, a play in three acts by Henry 
Bernstein. English text by H. M. 
Harwood. © 230ct36; DP46240. Leo S. 
Dalntree & Noel D. Peard (E of 
H. M. Harwood); 10Feb64; R331877 . 



Q. 



QUAND JOUONS-NOUS LA COMEDIE! Comedie 
en 3 actes precedee d'un prologue et 
suivle d'un epilogue par Sacha 
Guitry. (In La Petite illustration, 
no. 763) © 7Mar36; D42663. Mme. Sacha 
Guitry, nee Lana Marconi (W); 23Jan64; 
R330463. 



R 



LE RADEAU DE LA MEDUSE; comedie en un 
acte de Tristan Bernard. (Nouvelle 
collection Salabert) © 10Feb37; 
D49013. Jean Jacques Bernard (E); 
25Feb64; R333094. 

THE RAFT HANDS; scenario by S. Easton. 
© 12Apr37; D49046. Sidney Easton 
(A); 6May64; R337373. 



THE RAINBOW PALACE, a fantasy in three 
acts by Helen McKimmon. © 90ct36; 
DP46605. Helen McKimmon (A); 27Apr64; 
R336422. 

RED ROSES, a play in one act by William 
De Lisle. © 5N0V36; DU45646. William 
De Lisle (a); 25Mar64; R334635. 

RED ROSES, a play in one act by William 
De Lisle. © 24Mar37; DP48654. 
William De Lisle (a); 25Mar64; 
R334639. 

THE RED VELVET GOAT, by Josephina 
Niggli. © l9Mar37; DU48456. 
Josephina Niggli (A); 23Mar64; 
R334647. 

REMBRANDT VAN RUN; Oper In vier Akten; 
Dichtung & Musik von Paul von Klenau. 
Klavierauszug mit Text. © 290ct36; 
D39189. Margaretha von Klenau Kllmt 
(W); 13Apr64; R336135. 

REMBRANDT VAN RUN, Oper in vier Akten; 
Dichtung & Musik von Paul von Klenau 
Libretto. © 2Nov36; D46l68. 
Margaretha von Klenau Klimt (W); 
13Apr64; R336136. 

THE RESURRECTION PROVED, AND THREE OTHER 
PLAYS FOR EASTER. Contents: The 
Resurrection proved. Put up the 
sword, & A certain centurion by 
Elsie Duncan Yale. --The Christ of 
Eastertide, by Emily Donaghy. 
© l8Feb37; D47938. Rodeheaver Co. 
(PWH); 10Feb64; R332506. 

LE REVENANT; 3 actes et 4 tableaux, par 
Michel Dulud. © 25Feb37; D47980. 
Michel Dulud (A); l4Apr64; R335877. 

ROMANCE AND RUMMAGE, a one act comedy 
by Walter Prichard Eaton. © l6Jan37; 
DP47284. Mrs. Walter Prichard Eaton 
(W); 24Mar64; R334654. 

THE ROSE OF THE RANCHO, a play in three 
acts by David Belasco & Richard Walton 
Tully. © 22Jun36; DP46569. Nellie 
Loverich (PPW of D. Belasco); 3Jun63; 
R338813. 

ROSIE'S NEW TEACHER; heart interest 
drama in four acts by Louisa Emma 
Holland. © 24Dec36; D46879. 
Louisa E. Holland (A); 25Feb64; 
R332448. 

ROSSINI IN NEAPEL; komlsche Oper in 3 
Akten; Musik nach Gioacchino Rossini 
von Bernhard Paumgartner; Text von 
Hans Adler. Klavierauszug mit Text. 
(WOV 178) © 19Mar36; D3906O. 
Bernhard Paumgartner (A); 17Jan64; 
R330422. 

ROSSINI IN NEAPEL; Komlsche Oper in drei 
Akten von Hans Adler; Musik nach 
Gioacchino Rossini von Bernhard 
Paumgartner; Kurzer erleichtereter 
Klavierauszug von Alexander Stein- 
brecher. (WOV 188) © 7May36; 
D3911O. Bernhard Paumgartner & 
Alexander Stelnbrecher (A); 26Feb64; 
R333439. 

ROSSINI IN NEAPEL; komische Oper in 3 
Ak'en von Hans Adler; Musik nach 
G: jaechinio Rossini von Bernhard 
Paumgartner. Reglebuch. © 26Feb36; 
D41832. Johanna Pulitzer (NK) ; 
17Jan64; R330423. 



SACAJAWEA; radio script by Delia Gould 
Emmons. © Episode 1-5; HMay36; 
D42638. Delia Gould Emmons (A); 
4May64; R337OO6. 



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1964 



RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



59 



.HE SAINT, a play in one act "by 
A. Beatrice Knowles. © 300ct36; 
DP46574. Barbara Arden Lambert 
(E); 26Mar64; R334640. 

ST. HELENA, a play in twelve scenes by 
R. C. Sherriff & Jeanne De Casalis. 
© 5Feb37; DP48035. R. C. Sherriff 
St Jeanne De Casalis (A); 12Feb64; 
R332081. 

THE SAP RUNS HIGH, a human comedy in 
three acts by H. T. Porter & Alfred H. 
White. © 4Jun}6; DP43205. H. T. 
Porter 8c Alfred H. White (A); 
l4Feb64; R332655- 

3CHLARAFFENH0CHZEIT; heitere Oper in 
3 Akten; Dichtung nach August Kopisch's 
Erzaehlung Der Traeumer von Karl 
Hellwig; Musik von Sigfrid Walther 
Mueller, op. 54. Vollstaendiger 
Klavierauszug vom Komponisten. 
© 17Aug36; D39179. Bote & Bock (E of 
S. W. Mueller) «c Karl Hellwig (A); 
13Apr64; R336134. 

SCHLARAFFENHOCHZEIT: heitera Oper in 
3 Akten (4 Bilder) , Dichtung nach 
August Kopisch's Erzaehlung Der 
Traeumer von Kal Hellwig; Musik von 
Sigfrid Walther Mueller, op. 54. 
Libretto. © 5Sep36; D46l69. Karl 
Hellwig (A); l4May64; R337472. 

PER SCHNEIDER IM SCHLOSS; Lustspiel mit 
Musik in drei Akten von Paul Armont & 
Leopold Ms.rchand; Musik von Alexander 
Steinbrecher; Gesangstexte von Alex- 
ander Steinbrecher & Hans Weigel. 
Vollstandiger Klavierauszug mit Text. 
(WOV 191) © 13Aug36; D39158. 
Alexander Steinbrecher (A); 26Feb64; 
R333440. 

THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY, a play in 
four acts by Arthur W. Pinero. 
© 20May36; DP46660. Samuel French, 
Ltd. (PPW); 26Feb64; R332710. 

THE SEVENTH GUEST; In three acts by 
Lina Kane, pseud, of Leona Kieffer. 
© l4Sep36; D44715. l^eona Kieffer 
(A); 20Jan64; R329931. 

THE SHOW IS ON; in two acts with addi- 
& revisions by Gerson H. Werner. 
© 28Jan37; D47432. Select Theatres 
Corp. (PWH); 29Jan64; R33O6OO. 

THE SHRIEKING OWL, a mystery comedy in 
one act by Bert Griscom. © 90ct36"- 
DP46619. Bert Griscom (A); 27Apr64; 
R336424. 

SILENCE IN COURT, a musical burlesque. 
Book 8: lyrics by Franklin Kelsey; 
music by Alec Rowley. Vocal score 
with complete libretto. © 16Feb37; 
D39231. Sheila Rowley (W); 19Feb64; 
R332609. 

SING A SONG OF SIXPENCE, a play for 
women in one act by Muriel & Sydney 
Box. © 30Apr37; DP49885. Muriel 
Box & Sydney Box (A); 6May64; 
R337319. 

SINGING VALLEY, a play in three acts by 
Josephlna Niggli. © 13N0V36; 
DU45808. Josephlna Niggli (A); 
23Mar64; R334644. 

SLOW CURTAIN, a play In one act by 
Muriel & Sydney Box. © 5Nov3o; 
DP48811. Muriel Box & Sydney Box 
(A); 22Jan64; R330498. 

THE SNAPPY REVUE SKETCHES, by Marjorle 
Rice Levis. © 6Apr36; DP43212. 
Marjorle Rice Levis (A); 13Jan64; 
R330284 . 



SO IT'S FREE SPEECH YOU WANT! A comedy 
In one act by Harold Poppe . 
© 29Dec36; DP46882. Edith V. Poppe 
(E); 3Jan64; R329417 . 

SOLOMON'S FOLLY, a one act play by 
Sydney Box. © 19Nov36; DP47989. 
Sydney Box (A); 22Jan64; R33049 1 +. 

THE SONG OF DEATH, a murder mystery in 
one act by Bert Griscom. © 90ct36; 
DP46618. Bert Griscom (A); 27Apr64; 
R336423. 

SONGS AND STORIES OF MOTHER; words by 
Mattie B. Shannon & others; music by 
Adam Gelbel & others; compilation & 
original program material by C. Austin 
Miles 8c Mattie B. Shannon. © 4Mar37; 
D39258. Rodeheaver Co. (PWH); 
5Mar64; R335648. 

THE SPIC AND SPAN, a dramatic one 
act play by Kathryn Wayne. 
© 8JUI36; DP46595. Samuel French, 
Inc. (PWH); 12Feb64; R332080. 

A SPOT OF BOTHER, a farce in three- acts 
by Vernon Sylvaine. © 22Jul36; 
DU44513. Marie Sylvaine (W); 
10Feb64; R33I876. 

SPRING TIDE, a comedy in three acts by 
George Billam 8c Peter Goldsmith, 
pseud, of J. B. Priestley. 
© 26Sep36; DU45305. George Billam 
& J. B. Priestley (A); 6May64; 
R337316. 

STAGE DOOR, by Edna Ferber Sc George S. 
Kaufman. © 4Dec36; DP46623. 
Edna Ferber (A) & Anne Kaufman 
Schneider (C); 22Jan64; R330432. 

STAMPEDE, a play in two acts by 
0. Harbach. © HJun37; D50487. 
Ella S. Harbach (W) , William 0. 
Harbach 8c Robert A. Harbach (C); 
HJun64; R339107. 

STOP! DANGER! In three acts by Ethel 
May Shorey (Ethel May Shorey Campbell) 
© 13Mar36; D41357. Ethel May S. 
Campbell (A); 20Jan64; R32993 1 *. 

STORK MAD, a comedy in three acts by 
Lynn Root. © 10Jul36; D43740. 
Lynn Root (A); 12May64; R338421. 

SUCH HARMONY, a play In one act by 
W. Eric Harris. © 9Dec36; DP47932. 
W. Eric Harris (A); l6Mar64; R334121. 

SUNDAY COSTS FIVE PESOS, by Josephlna 
Niggli. © 19Mar37; DU48455. 
Josephlna Niggli (a); 23Mar64; 
R334646. 

SWING IT, SUSAN; A musical comedy in 
three acts by Laurence Schwab & 
Philip Wylie. © 6Jun36: D42979. 
Mildred Schwab Walsh (W) & Laurence 
Schwab, Jr. (C); 7Feb64; R331443. 



TAILS, YOU WIN, a comedy in three acts 
by Frank B. Cook. Rev. play. 
© 14Feb36; D4O830. Frank B. Cook 
(A); 21Jan64; R331410. 

THE TALE OF COCKALORUM, a fairy tale 
in five scenes by Martha Perrine 
Monger. © 80ct36; DP46617. Martha 
Perrine Munger (A); 26Mar64; 
R33 J *643. 

TAPESTRY IN GRAY. See 

ACHILLES HAD A HEEL AND TAPESTRY IN 
GRAY. 



THOSE DEVOTED DAPPLEBYS, a comedy in 
three acts by Kathryn Wayne. 
© 8JUI36; DP46577. Samuel French, 
Inc. (PWH); 12Feb64; R332078. 

THREE BALLAD MIMES, by M. Maughfling & 
M. Phyllis Newman. Contents: Sweet 
Susie. --The wiles of Jemlna.-- 
Belinda. © 26May36; DP49052. 
M. Maughfling 8c M. Phyllis Newman 
(A); 24Feb64; R332662. 

TIMES SQUARE, a play In two acts by Ida 
Lublenskl Ehrlich. © 20Nov36; 
DU46180. Ida Lublenski Ehrlich (A); 
13Mar64; R333893. 

TO KILL A MAN, by Gabriel Timmory; 

adapted by lercival Wilde. © l4Dec36; 
DP4305. John Lewis (E of P. Wilde); 
23Apr64; R336379- 

TOMORROW MORNING, a neo-romantic play 
by Marshall George, pseud, of Victor 
Victor. © 8jul36; D43691. Victor 
Victor (A); 26Feb64; R332840. 

TONIGHT WE IMPROVISE, translated by 
Berta Cuttl from the Italian Stasera 
si recita a soggetto by Luigi 
Pirandello. © 300ct36; DU45564 . 
Marta Abba Mlllikin (PWH); 9Jan64 ; 
R332082 . 

TOO MUCH STATIC, a comedy In one act 
by Isla Paschal Richardson. 
© 8Jul36; DP46615. Isla Paschal 
Richardson (A); 26Mar64; R334642. 

TOOTH OR SHAVE, by Josephlna Niggli. 
© 19Mar37; DU48454. Josephlna Niggli 
(A); 23Mar64; R334645. 



LA TOUR PRENIS-GARDE! En trois actes 
par Marc Gilbert Sauvajon et Andre 
Bost. © HMay36; D42668. Marc 
Gilbert Sauvajon (A); 23Jan64; 
R330464. 



TRAILER TROUBLE, a play in three acts. 
Lyrics by Dorothy Dunning Ellis; 
music by Stephen Ney. © 15Mar37; 
D39253. Dorothy Dunning Ellis (A); 
4May64; R337003. 

TRANSFORMATION SCENE, a comedy in three 
acts by Michael Rayne, pseud, of 
William Reid Lunn. (French's acting 
ed., no. 8) © 3Dec36; DP46458. 
William Reid Lunn (A); 6Mar64; 
R333631. 

THE TRAP, a play In one act by Juliet 
Wilbor Tompkins (Juliet Wllbor 
Tompkins Pottle) © l6Jan37; 
DP47283. Juliet Wllbor Tompkins 
Pottle (A); l4Feb64; R33266O. 

TRELAWNEY OF THE WELLS, an original 
comedietta in four acts by Arthur W. 
Pinero. © 20May36; DP48278. Samuel 
French, Ltd. (PPW); 26Feb64; 
R332712. 

TRITTICO FRANCESCANO; per soil, coro ed 
orchestra dl Bonaventura Somma; 
vers! di Emidio Mucci; musica di 
Liclnio Refice. Reduction for voice 
& piano. Vocal score. © 23Apr36; 
D39071. Laura Cirino (W); 8Jan64; 
R3311^9. 

TROIS, SIX, NEUF; comedie en 3 actes 
par Michel Duran. (In La Petite 
illustration, no. 777) © 20Jun36; 
D43846. Michel Duran (A); 23Jan64; 
R330465. 

TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, a play in one act by 
W. Eric Harris. © 210ct36; DP47935. 
W. Eric Harris (A); l6Mar64; R334122. 



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DRAMAS 



THE TWO BOUQUETS, a Victorian comedy 
with music by Eleanor & Herbert 
Farjeon. Text only, (in Famous 
plays of 1936) © 2Nov36; DP47008. 
Eleanor Farjeon (A) & Joan Farjeon 
(W); 10Feb64; R33I878. 

TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, a comic 
operetta in two acts. Libretto by 
John Laurence Seymour & Henry C. 
Tracy; music by John Laurence Seymour. 
© 26Jan37; D39244. John Laurence 
Seymour (A); 2Mar64; R332919. 

200 WERE CHOSEN, a play in three acts 
by E. P. Conkle. © 20May37; DP49882. 
Ellsworth P. Conkle (A); 25May64; 
R338126. 



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VICEROY SARAH, a play in three acts by 
Norman Ginsbury. (The amateur 
theatre series of plays) © 20Nov36; 
DP46659. Norman Ginsbury (A); 
6Mar64; R333632. 

LA VIE EST SI COURTE; piece en 3 actes 
de Leopold Marchand. (in La Petite 
illustration) © 27Jun36; D44321. 
Jacqueline Plneau (W); 10Feb64; 
R332616. 

IE VOLEUR D'ENFANTS; piece en 4 actes 
par Jules Supervielle. © 27Aug36; 
DM-4-i4-72. Mme. Jules Supervielle, nee 
Maria Del Pilar Saavedra (W); 12Mar64; 

. R353850. 

LE VOYAGE; piece en 3 actes par Henry 
Bernstein. © 7Jan37; D47098. 
Mme. G. Gruber, nee George Bernstein 
(C); 23Jan64; R330472. 

LE VOYAGE A BIARRITZ; piece en un acte 
de Jean Sarment, pseud, de Jean 



Bellemere. (in La Petite illustra- 
tion) © 7Nov36; D49306. Jean 
Bellemere (A); 10Feb64; R332618. 

LE VOYAGEUR, SANS BAGAGE; piece en 5 
tableaux par Jean Anouilh. 
© 23Dec36; DU46711. Jean Anouilh 
(A); 3Jan64; R329416. 



WINTER SUNSHINE, i 
by G. A. Thomas. 
Edward Rowe (E) . 



comedy in three acts 
© 24Apr37; DP49791. 
6May64; R337320. 



w 



THE WIFE OF FLANDERS, by Susan Buchan; 
dramatized from John Buchan ' s story in 
The path of a king. © 8Apr36; 
DP43245. Susan Buchan (A); 17Jan64; 
R330724. 

WILDFLOWER, a musical play in three 
acts. Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach 
& Oscar Hammerstein, 2d; music by 
Herbert Stothart & Vincent Youmans. 
Text. © 28Apr37; D49754. Dorothy B. 
Hammerstein (W) , Alice H. Mathias, 
William Hammerstein & James B. Hammer- 
stein (C); 28Apr64; R336712. 

WILDFLOWER, a musical play in three 
acts. Book & lyrics by Otto Harbach 
& Oscar Hammerstein, 2d; music by 
Herbert Stothart & Vincent Youmans. 
Text. © 28Apr37; 1*9754. Ella S. 
Harbach (W) , William 0. Harbach & 
Robert A. Harbach (C); 28Apr64; 
R336713. 

THE WINGLESS VICTORY, a play in three 
acts by Maxwell Anderson. © 24Dec36; 
DP5327. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W), 
Alan Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson & Hesper A. Leven- 
stein (C); lOApr64; R335463. 

WINTER SUNSHINE, a comedy in three acts 
by G. A. Thomas. © I7JUI36; DU438J1. 
Edward Rowe (E); 24Feb64; R332657. 



WISDOM TEETH, a play in three acts by 
Noel Streatfeild. © 21Mar36; DU4l4g8 
Noel Streatfeild (A); 6Mar64; R333626. 



WISDOM TEETH, a play in three acts by 
Noel Streatfeild. (French's acting 
ed., no. 806) © 230ct36; DP46243. 
Noel Streatfeild (A); $Mar64; 
R333630. 



THE WOMEN, by Clare Boothe (Clare Boothe 
Luce) © 30Mar37; D48698. Clare 
Boothe Luce (A); 30Mar64; R334479. 



YES, MY DARLING DAUGHTER, a comedy in 
three acts by Mark Reed. Rev. 
© 2Apr37; DP48788. Mark Reed (A); 
9Apr64; R335888. 



YESTERDAY'S HEROES, a dramatic compo- 
sition by J. Norworth. © 13Apr37; 
D49072. Amy Norworth (W); 13Apr64; 
R335798. 

YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, by Moss Hart 
& George S. Kaufman. © lFeb37; 
DP47475. Catherine Carlisle Hart 
(W); 4Feb64; R33IO82. 

YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, a comedy in 
three acts by George S. Kaufman & 
Moss Hart. © l4Dec36; DU46536. 
Anne Kaufman Schneider (C); 7Feb64; 
R332432. 



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Below each name are the titles under which the main entries are to be found. Re- 
newal registrations are identified by the symbol (R). 



Abel; Alan. 

BRONSTEIN FOR PRESIDENT. 
Abrams, Judith Ann. 

IT'S A SMALL WORLD. 
Abrams, Michael. 

TOM JONES. 
Achard, Marcel. 

NOIX DE COCO. (R) 
Adam, Cornel. SEE Lengyel, 

Cornel Adam. 
Adam, William L. 

ROGUERY ON THE RIVER. 
Adams, Henry. 

THE NUTMEG BUSINESS. 
Adams, Paul T. 

PAUL ADAMS AUTO -DYNAMICS 
CONDITIONING. 
Adamson, Rowena LaCoste . 

AMERICAN SONGS FOR ENGLISH 
LANGUAGE STUDY. 
Adler, Hans. 

ROSSINI IN NEAPEL. (R) 
Admiral Corp. 

GOLD, THE NEWEST COLOR IN 
TELEVISION. 
Adore, Jineane, pseud. SEE 

Pratt, Virginia. 
Advertisers' Broadcasting Co. 

TAKE FIVE. 
Aero-Progress, Inc. 

LOS ANGELES TO NEW YORK - 
VFR. 

WEATHER FOR PILOTS. 
Afer, Publius Terentius. 

THE EUNUCH. 
Agg, Howard. 

ALL ON A SUMMER'S DAY. (R) 

ONE MORNING VERY EARLY. (R) 
Agnew, F. E. M. 

PRELUDE . 
Ahlsen, Leopold. 

SIE WERDEN STERBEN, SIRE. 
Ahn & Simrock, Buhnen- und 
Musikverlag. 

DAS UNSICHTBARE GEPACK. 
Ainsworth, Ford. 

CHARITY CASE. 

THE SECOND SHEPHERDS' PLAY. 
Airth, Margie Bess. 

OECONOMICUS. 
Airth, Miskit, pseud. SEE 

Airth, Margie Bess. 
Albee, Edward. 

THE PLAY, THE BALLAD OF THE 
SAD CAFE. 



Albright, Hardie . 

THE GODS WILL CHEAT. (R) 
Aldrich, Richard Stoddard. 

MRS. A. 
Aldridge (Ira) Society. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER, A 
BIOGRAPHICAL STUDY. 
Alexander, Dimitri, pseud. 

SEE Panas, Alexander. 
Alexander, Mary M. 

MOUNTAIN MAGIC. 
Alexander, Phyllis. SEE 

Breed, Phyllis Alexander. 
Alexander, Ric, pseud. SEE 

Long, Richard A. 
Alexander, Ronald. 

NOBODY LOVES AN ALBATROSS. 
Alexander, Ross, pseud. SEE 

Hack, Ross Alexander. 
Alford, Kenneth Lowell. 

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER. 
Ali, Helen Jerome. 

JANE EYRE. (R) 
All Worlds & All Peoples 
International Club. 

ANNUAL REPORT. 
Allegood, Wandell. 

TORNADOES . 
Allen, Beulah. 

THE RAPIST. 
Allen, Dayton. 

FORD QUALITY CAR CARE RADIO 
SERIES N0.1. 
Allen, Erik H. 

DECENTLY AND IN ORDER. 
Allen, William J. 

RETROSPECT. 
Allgeier, Jeanne. 

BRONSTEIN FOR PRESIDENT. 
Alsup, Alice R. 

FRITO . 

SANTA AND THE LION. 
Altenberg, Marian. 

PIF PAF PUF. (R) 
Alvarez, Edmundo Rivera. 

GO BACK TO ETERNITY, LITTLE 
DREAM. 
Alward, Dennis Moore. 

STEAMER TO ILLYRIA. 
Amacker, Harmond Burns. 

ALERT, AGGRESSIVE YOUNG MAN 
WANTED. 
American Academy of Dramatic 
Arts, Inc. 

MR. JEHLINGER. 
American Can Co. 

IT TAKES TWO. 



American Oil Co. 

SERVICE. 
Amfitheatrof , Daniele. 

THE STARING MATCH. 
Amicus Productions, Ltd. 

DR. TERROR'S HOUSE OF HOR- 
HORS. 
Arnie Associates, Inc. 

AFRICA: LOST AND FOUND. 
Anand, John H. 

THREE GLIMPSES EAST. 
Anastasios, pseud. SEE 

Bechas, Anastasios G. 
Anders, France. 

FILS DE PERSONNE. 
Anderson, Alan. 

HIGH TOR. (R) 

THE MASQUE OF KINGS. (R) 

THE WINGLESS VICTORY. (R) 
Anderson, Gilda Oakleaf. 

HIGH TOR. (R) 

THE MASQUE OF KINGS. (R) 

THE WINGLESS VICTORY. (R) 
Anderson, Maxwell. 

HIGH TOR. 

HIGH TOR. (R) 

THE MASQUE OF KINGS. (R) 

THE WINGLESS VICTORY. 

THE WINGLESS VICTORY. (R) 
Anderson, Quentin. 

HIGH TOR. (R) 

THE MASQUE OF KINGS. (R) 

THE WINGLESS VICTORY. (R) 
Anderson, T. Dianne . 

JUST FRIENDLY. 
Anderson, Terence. 

HIGH TOR. (R) 

THE MASQUE OF KINGS. (R) 

THE WINGLESS VICTORY. (R) 
Anderson, Thelma Dianne. 

COME YESTERDAY. 

NIGHTCAP. 
Andick Music Corp. 

ANDY AND CLEOPATRA. 
Andorn, Sidney. 

A LICENSE TO STEAL. 
Andrews, F. Benjamin. 

FUNNY FARM. 
Angotti, Thomas. 

THE GENERAL. 
Ankeny, Frances S. 

BUT, IS HE IRISH. 

CAN THIS BE LOVE. 
Anouilh, Jean. 

POOR BITOS. 

THOMAS MORE OU L' HOMME 
LIBRE . 

LE VOYAGEUR, SANS BAGAGE. (R) 



Anton, Edoardo. 

LA FIDANZATA DEL BERSAGLI- 
ERE. 
Antonelli, Roland Gilbert. 

NILACSEM LOHOCLA. 
Anzengruber, Ludwig. 

DER PFARRER VON KIRCHFELD. 
Applebaum, Richard. 

TIPS ON TOTS. 
Applegate, Richard D. 

LOVE IS LIKE A BUBBLE. 
Applegate, Sally, pseud. SEE 

Hinkle, Sarah Applegate. 
Arbona, Jaime. 

THE END OF THE BLOCK. 
Arciga, Pepe . SEE Arciga, 

Joseph. 
Arciga, Joseph. 

THE KISSERS. 
Arluck, Elliot. 

SEEDS OF APRIL. 
Armada Publications, Inc. 

THE GARGOYLE. 
Armco Steel Corp. 

A BETTER WAY TO BUILD. 

BUILT FOR FUN. 
Armco Steel Corp. Armco 
Division. 

FILM REPORT: ARMCO 410 CB 
STAINLESS STEEL. 
Armco Steel Corp. Armco 
Metal Products Division. 

BUILD THE ARMCO WAY. 

CANOPIES. 
Armentrout, Arthur L. 

TRAFFIC. 
Armont, Paul. 

DER SCHNEIDER IM 
SCHLOSS. (R) 
Armstrong, Alta Florence. 

A LECTURE OUTLINING THE 
ORIGINAL UNITED STATES 
FLAG -SONNET PATTERN. 
Armstrong, Genevieve. SEE 

Miller, Genevieve A. 
Arno, Owen G. 

ONCE FOR THE ASKING. 
Arnold, Bessie A. 

ROVER THE WOLF DOG. 
Arnold, Douglas M. 

MEN HATE SIN. 
Aromiskis, V. S. 

THE TROJAN HORSE. 
Aronson, Rosalyn. 

KAREN, YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL. 
Arout, Gabriel, pseud. SEE 

Aroutcheff, Gabriel. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



Aroutcheff, Gabriel. 

LAURE ET LES JACQUES. 
Arp, Thomas R. 

THREE PLAYS. ' 
Arquette, R. Sarhanis. 

ONCE THERE WERE THREE. 

ONCE THERE WERE TWO. 
Arsuaga de Vila, Maria. 

TAPE SCRIPTS TO ACCOMPANY 
MANUAL DE ESPANOL PARA 
EXTRANJEROS . 
Art Craft Play Co. 

DANGER: LOVE AT WORK. 
Arzoomanian, Ralph S. 

LADY ESTHER. 
Asnyk, Radnona, pseud. SEE 

Ordynski, Anna. 
Assmann, Arno. 

DER MIKADO. 
Atkins j Roger. 

MUMMY'S MONKEY. 
Atlas, Dorothy. 

BUT FOR THE GRACE OF 
GOD. (R) 
Atlas , Leopold. 

BUT FOR THE GRACE OF . 
GOD. (R) 
Atlas, Leopold L. 

BUT FOR THE GRACE OF 
GOD. (R) 
Attwell, "Betty Zook. 

FLAG ON THE NORTH SHORE. 
Auber, Daniel Francois Esprit. 

D. F. E. AUBER'S FRA 
DIAVOLO. 
Auden, W. H. 

THE BASSARIDS. 
Audiberti, Jacques. 
. THE LODGERS. 
Audio Creations. 

A CHRISTMAS FANTASY. 
Auer, James M. 

ANGELA KNOWS. 
Austin, William. 

AGGIE. 
Avery, Harold Vincent. 

AUCTION. 
Aycock, Francis. 

FIVE O'CLOCK SHADOW. 
Ayrton, Michael. 

FALLING ANGEL. (R) 



B 



B & F Record Distributing Co. 

BIOGRAPHICAL HIGHLIGHTS OF 
JACQUELINE KENNEDY. 
Babe, Thomas James, Jr. 

SOCRATES, MY FRIEND. 
Babet, Philip. 

AROUND THE WORLD WITH 
NELLIE BLY. 
Babson Bros. Co. 

THE DAIRY FARM EQUIPMENT 
DEALER. 

SURGE MILKER MAINTENANCE. 
Bachman, John W. 

BETTER PLAYS FOR TODAY'S 
CHURCHES. 
Bader, Jerry. 

THE BABYSITTER. 
Baer, Frank L. 

NIGHT'S END. (R) 
Bagdasarian, Ross. 

YEAH, YEAH. 
Bagnold, Enid. SEE Jones, 

Enid Bagnold. 
Bailey, Jesse K., Jr. 

A WALK ON THE WATER. 
Bailey, Ralph. 

MUMMY'S MONKEY. 
Baker, Dorothy H. 

BEAUTY THIEF IN HAWAII. 
Baker (Walter H. ) Co. 

BECAUSE WE BELIEVE. 

CHRISTMAS AT CHECKPOINT 
CHARLIE. 

COVENTRY PORCH PLAYS. 

HEAVEN ISN'T SO BAD. 

NO EXCHANGE. 



ONE VERY HAPPY FAMILY. 
TANGERINE TALENT. 
TWO RELIGIOUS DIALOGUES. 
Bakshi, Jagmohan S. 

GOSSIP. 
Balda, Georg. 

DER GUTIGE ANTONIUS. (R) 
Baldwin , Jame s . 

BLUES FOR MISTER CHARLIE. 
Baldwin, James Arthur. 

BLUES FOR MR. CHARLIE. 
Baldwin, Joseph. 

COMMITTEES FOREVER. 
Baldwin, Joseph B. 

4 MEN, 5 WOMEN, 1 INTERIOR. 
Balzac, Honore de. 

MONSIEUR VAUTRIN. 
Band Box Record Co., Inc. 

A DAY OF IMFAMY. 
Bander, Robert Gene. 

SIK-SIK, THE INCOMPARABLE 
MAGICIAN. 
Barber, Eugene. 

COME SUNDAY. 
Barber, Eugene G. 

ANGEL, ANGEL. 

THE SIXTEENTH LADY. 
Barber, Marcia Stevens. 

THE JERICHO ROAD. 
Barber, Philip W. 

ENTERTAINMENT FOR MRS. OTIS. 
Barca, Pedro Calderon de la. 

SEE Calderon de la Barca, 

Pedro. 
Barco del Rio, Ramon. 

FRUTO DE UNA IMAGINACION. 
Barden, L. 

THE PLAYFUL 'GIRDLE SALES- 
MAN. 
Barger, Bill. 

CONVERSATION. 
Barker, Malcolm Edward. 

MY SISTER IS AMERICAN. 
Barker, W. Trench. 

VIA PERDU. 
Barnet, Mitchel E. 

YOU NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD. 
Baron, Edwin L. 

REDUCE THROUGH LISTENING. 

SMOKE NO MORE. 
Barrie, James M. 

A MUSICAL STORY OF PETER 
PAN. 
Barry, Philip James. 

DESMOND HILL. 

LIGHT ME A CANDLE. 
Bars, Richard. 

NEUER HERR AUF LINDENHOF. 
Bars (Richard) Buhnenverlag, 
K.G. "Die Rampe. " 

DIE AUFERSTEHUNG DES 
LAZARUS . 

DONNA DIANA. 

KRAMPUS UND ANGELIKA. 

NEUER HERR AUF LINDENHOF. 

DER PROZESS IM FEGEFEUER. 

DIE ZEIT, DIE UNS NOCH " 
BLEIBT. 
Bartlett, Ross A. 

ARE WE DISCIPLES OF LOVE OR 

APOSTLES OF HATE. 
Barton, Gervaise Sydney. 

MECHANICAL DOLL. 
Barton, Sydney Gervaise, 

pseud. SEE Barton, Ger- 
vaise Sydney. 
Bass, George Houston. 

ROOTS. 
Batchelor. 

THE MUSICAL VERSION OF TOM 
JONES. 
Batista, Frank. 

TO THE END OF THE WORLD. 
Batson, Evelyn Martin. 

WILLIE FULLER. 
Battey, Terence Louise. 

JELLY DATE. (R) 
Battu, Leon . 

DOCTOR MIRACLE. 
Baty, Gaston. 

MADAME BOVARY. (R) 



Baty, Mine . Gaston . SEE Baty, 

Jeanne Laval . 
Baty, Jeanne Laval. 

MADAME BOVARY. (R) 
Bauer, Andrew. 

THE FRIAR. 
Bauer, Tommy. 

TWO WEEKS WITH PAY. 
Baum, Frank Lyman . 

AUGURWELL. 
Baumel, Marvin. 

THE ROYAL FAMILY. 
Baumel, Key, pseud. SEE 

Baumel, Marvin. 
Bayley, Jefferson, pseud. 

SEE Bailey, Jesse K., Jr. 
Beakel, Walter Lloyd. 

THE SPARROWS. 
Bechas, Anastasios G. 

JOHN' WILKES BOOTH. 
Beckett, Samuel. 

PLAY. 
Beda, pseud. SEE Lohner-Beda, 

Fritz. 
Beebe, Harold H., Jr. 

I LOOK UP. 
Beem, Betty S. 

THE VACANT CHAIR. 
Beer, Lisl. 

SIR EGLAMORE AND THE DRAG- 
ON. 
Behn, Noel. 

A PRESENT FROM YOUR OLD 
MAN. 
Behrman, S. N. 

BUT FOR WHOM CHARLIE. 
Belafonte, Dennis Anthony. 

COFFEE SHOP. 
Belasco, David. 

THE ROSE OF THE RANCHO. (R) 
Belknap, Jonathan T. 

PEELED TOMATOES. 
Belknap, Katharine V. R. 

THE LUCKY STONE. 
Bell, Barbara, pseud. SEE 

Seaman , Maryann . 
Bell, Barbara B. 

MOON MAGIC. 
Bell, Eugene Theodore. 

SKIN DEEP. 
Bell, Gloria E. 

THE DAY JOHN FITZGERALD 
KENNEDY DIED. 
Bell, Jackie Beth. 

ONLY TOMORROWS. 
Bellemere, Jean. 

LE VOYAGE A BIARRITZ. (R) 
Bellman, Geoffrey A. 

THE SITE.- 
Benavente, Jacinto. 

FOUR PLAYS BY LOPE DE 
VEGA'. (R) 
Bender, Sheldon R. 

CORONARY HEART DISEASE, 
PROGRAM I. 
Benedetti, Leo P. 

THE OUTSIDER. 
Benedict, Allan. 

BLOW ME DOWN. (R) 
Benedict, Henry. 

BUT, IS HE IRISH. 

CAN THIS BE LOVE. 
Benedict, Peter, pseud. SEE 

B enedetti, Leo P. 
Benischek, Roger Lee. 

SEED OF THE THISTLE. 
Benn, Mrs. Ben. SEE Benn, 

Velida de. 
Benn, -Velida de . 

DREAM AND WAIT. (R) 
Bennett, Carl Douglas. 

MY MORNING FAITH. 
Bennett, Carl Douglas, Jr. 

MY MORNING FAITH. 
Bennett, William E. 

THE LAFAYETTE ESCADRILLE. 
Benoff, Max N. 

WILL THE REAL MRS. ELLIS. 
Bentley, Eric. 
HAPPY END. 

MOTHER COURAGE AND HER 
CHILDREN. 



Berg, Alban. 

LULU. (R) 
Berg, Helene. 

LULU. (R) 
Berge, Wayne K. 

THE GOLDEN YEARS, LET THEM 
BE YOURS. 
Berger, Maurice. 

CALICO AND SACKCLOTH. 
Bergland, Bj'arne. 

ONCE A CHARLATAN. 
Bergland Verlag, G.M.B.H. 

DER PFARRER VON KIRCHFELD. 
Berio, Luciano. 

PASSAGGIO. 
Berisford, Jeanne A. 

ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE. 
Berke, Gerald D. 

A CHRISTMAS FANTASY. 
Berkman, Sandra. 

ISRAELI, WON'T YOU PLEASE 
COME HOME. 
Berlioz, Hector. 

BEATRICE AND BENEDICK. 
Berman, Mark. 

WAKE UP IN THE MORNING. 
Berman, Sadye A. SEE We in, 

Sayde A. Berman. 
Berman, Shelley. 

THE SEX LIFE OF THE PRIMATE 
AND OTHER BITS OF GOSSIP. 

TELEPHONE SKETCH. 
Bermel, Albert. 

HEROD WHO IS. 
Bernard, Jean Jacques. 

LE RADEAU DE LA MEDUSE. (R) 
Bernard, Kenneth. SEE Ber- 
nard, 0. Kenneth. 
Bernard, Milton. 

THE BLUE BANSHEE. 

BOOLA, BOOLA. 

THE EMPRESS TO NOWHERE. 
Bernard, 0. Kenneth. 

THE PASSION OF MARY JANE. 
Bernard, Robert, pseud. SEE 

Silber, Robert Bernard. 
Bernard, Tristan. 

LE RADEAU DE LA MEDUSE. (R) 
Bernstein, Albert A. 

THE EXPRESS WAS TOO FAST 
FOR VINNIE EDWARDS. 
Bernstein, George. SEE 

Gruber, Mme. George Bern- 
stein. 
Bernstein, Harry. 

ESPOIR. (R) 
Bernstein, Henri. 

LE COEUR. (R) 
Bernstein, Henry. 

PROMISE. (R) 

LE VOYAGE. (R) 
Bernstein, Terese, pseud. SEH 

Klein, Terese. 
Bernstein, Walter. 

JOHN ADAMS. 

RICHARD T. ELY. 
Berr, Georges. 

UNE FEMME D'UN AUTRE 
AGE. (R) 
Berry, Russell Taylor. 

UNDER THE HONEY MOON. 
Bertram, Gladys. 

STENOGRAPHY SUPREME. 
Bertschi, Otto. 

DIE REFORMIERENDE MACHT 
GOTTES . 
Best, Charles M. , Jr. 

THE NATIVES BY MOONLIGHT. 
Bethany Press. 

IN THE PRESENCE OF DEATH. 
Better Selling Bureau Divi- 
sion, Rocket Pictures, Inc. 

SEE Rocket Pictures, Inc. 

Better Selling Bureau Divi- 
sion. 
Betti, Ugo. 

A TIME OF VENGEANCE. 
Bevins, Alice. 

TRY THE MOUNTAIN TOP. 
Beye, Holly. 

BLAB. 
Bier, Olga. 

NUTTY MURIETA. 



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NAME INDEX 



63 



Bigelow, Charles Andrew, Jr. 
AN ABSURD TRILOGY: THE 
BIRDCAGE, SCHIZOPHRENIA, 
THE HOUSE. 
Billam, George. 

SPRING TIDE. (R) 
Billetdoux, Francois. 

TCHIN-TCHIN. 
Billings, Patricia. 

HOME FOR CHRISTMAS. 
Birabeau, Andre. 
DAME NATURE. (R) 
FISTON. (R) 
Birchard, Marie S. 
GOLDEN DAYS. (R) 
Birchard, Ralph. 
GOLDEN DAYS. (R) 
HOLLYWOOD MADNESS. (R) 
Bishop, Leland H. 

FIELDMEN'S BLUNDER. 
Bisoglio, Italo Valentino. 

SPHERE OF EVIL. 
,Bizet, Georges. 

DOCTOR MIRACLE. 
Black, Noel Anthony. 

RUNNING WILD. 
Black, Thomas E. H. 

A TOWN FOR SALE. 
Blackstone, Sidney. 
LLESSUR NIETSNIE. 
Blake, Christopher Stanislaus. 

FUGUE. 
Blake, William Dorsey. 

LANRETE REEF. 
Blanc, Ninette Emma. 

THE HUNZAN MUSHROOM. 
Blankfort, Michael Seymour. 

BATTLE HYMN. (R) 
Blankner, Frederika. 

BEYOND TIME. 
Blasso, Henry Thomas. 

MAN WITH A GUITAR. 
Blatt, Josef. 

D. F. E. AUBER'S FRA 

DIAVOLO. 
THE QUEEN OF SPADES. 
Blaustein, Ethel. 

THE LISTENER TALKS. 
Bloch-Michel, Jean. 

CTESIPPE. 
Block, Herbert Lawrence. 
ELMER DAVIS MEMORIAL LEC- 
TURE. 
Blohm, Bernice. SEE Diskin, 

Bernice Blohm. 
Bloom, Robert Mark. 

TRICYCLE. 
Blue Water Chapter, National 
Secretaries Assn. (Inter- 
national) SEE National 
Secretaries Assn. (Interna- 
tional) Blue Water Chapter. 
Bluestein, Jack Paul. 

THE BEST KEPT SECRET. 
Bluth, Fred. 

CINDER-ELLA. 
Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc. 

THE EUNUCH. 
Boccage, Louis Collin du. 
SEE Du Boccage, Louis 
Collin. 
Bocchino, Matteo. 

LIFE IS A DREAM. 
Bodtke, Richard A. 

TRILBY. 
Bogaty, Mishka. 

BACK DOOR. 
Boileau, Pierre. 

MEURTRE AU RALENTI. 
Boileau -Narcejac. SEE 
Boileau, Pierre. 
Narcejac, Thomas. 
Bolcom, William. 

DYNAMITE TONIGHT. 
Bolotovsky, Elias. 

PROLOGUE TO SIXTY FIFTH 
PARALLEL. 
Bolotovsky, Elias. SEE 

Bolotowsky, Ilya. 
Bolotowsky, Ilya. 

SIXTY FIFTH PARALLEL. 



Bolt, Robert. 

THOMAS MORE. 
Bolte, Carl E., Jr. 

STAMP OUT THE NEW YEAR. 
Bolton, Guy. 

AT THE SILVER SWAN. (R) 
Bonazza, Blaze Odell. 
THE CHERRY ORCHARD. 
KING LEAR. 
THE MASTER BUILDER. 
Bond, D. H. Toller-. SEE 

Toller-Bond, D. H. 
Bone, Victor L. 

WITHOUT DEFENSE. 
Boni, Daniela. 

EXODUS REVISITED, WITH 
DANIELA. 
Bonifacio, Amelia Lapena-. 
SEE Lapena-Bonifacio, 
Amelia. 
Bonifacio, Mrs Manuel F. SEE 

Lapena-Bonifacio, Amelia. 
Bonneau, N. Leonard. 

ANNO DOMINI MMLXIV. 
Booch, Jack Vincent. 

A MAN AND HIS MOUNTAIN. 
Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. 
A GIFT OF SONG. 
THE MAN ON THE BEARSKIN 

RUG. 
LA TRAVIATA. 
Boothe, Clare. SEE Luce, 

Clare Boothe. 
Borden, Eugene. 

BULL OF THE PAMPAS. 
MONEY TALKS. 
Borogrove, Mimsy, pseud. SEE 

Babet, Philip. 
Bortnick, Barrie D. 

TIVOLI. 
Boruff, John P. 

THE YELLOW LEAF. 
Bosboom, Florence. 

CLOSE THE DOOR ON SATURDAY. 
Bosboom, Tata, pseud. SEE 

Bosboom, Florence. 
Bost, Andre. 

LA TOUR PREN IS -GARDE. (R) 
Bostick, Marcella Moore. 

UNTO CAESAR. 
Bote & Bock. 

SCHLARAFFENHOCHZEIT. (R) 
Bouchet, Andre du. SEE Du 

Bouchet, Andre. 
Boulad, Lucien G. 

THE MISER. 
Bourdet, Denise Remon . 

FRIC-FRAC. (R) 
Bourdet, Edouard. 

FRIC-FRAC. (R) 
Bower, Helen Frazee-. SEE 

Frazee-Bower, Helen. 
Bowers, George R. 

MANON LESCANT. (R) 
Bowman, Ronald Clifford. 
THAT OLD NEANDERTHAL 
STRAIN. 
Bowski, Z. J. 

THE LAKE BABAKA LEGEND. 
Box, Muriel. 

ANTI-CLOCKWISE. (R) 
BEAUTY FOR SALE. (R) 
A MARRIAGE HAS BEEN DIS- 
ARRANGED. (R) 
MARTHA AND MARY. (R) 
MY KINGDOM FOR A--. (R) 
SING A SONG OF SIXPENCE. (R) 
SLOW CURTAIN. (R) 
Box, Sydney. 

ANTI -CLOCKWISE. (R) 
BEAUTY FOR SALE. (R) 
THE GOVERNMENT REGRETS. (R) 
A MARRIAGE HAS BEEN DIS- 
ARRANGED. (R) 
MARTHA AND MARY. (R) 
MY KINGDOM FOR A--. (R) 
NOT THIS MAN. (R) 
SING A SONG OF SIXPENCE. (R) 
SLOW CURTAIN. (R) 
SOLOMON'S FOLLY. (R) 
Boyd, Jerold Hayden. 
A PLACE CALLED GLORY. 



Branch, Edward. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER, 
A BIOGRAPHICAL STUDY. 
Brandin, Walter. 

DER MIKADO. 
Brandon, Arthur Francis. 

SAY IT WITH FLOWERS. 
Brandstetter, Ignaz. 

DER GUTIGE ANTONIUS. (R) 
Braun, Felix. 

KAISER KARL DE FUNFTE. (R) 
Braus, Mortimer. 

MAY I HAVE THE PLEASURE OF 
DYING WITH YOU. 
Brazeal, Doris R. 
SPACE-AGE HEIR. 
Brecht, Bertolt. 
HAPPY END. 

MAHOGONNY SONGSPIEL. 
MOTHER COURAGE AND HER 
CHILDREN. 
Bree, Germaine. 

BRITANNICUS & PHEDRE. 
FILS DE PERSONNE. 
POLYEUCTE & LE MEHTEUR. 
Breed, Phyllis Alexander. 

STRAWBERRY BEE. 
Breen, Richard. 

ARTHUR FOR ARTHUR'S SAKE. 
Breiseth, Tillman. 

INDIAN SUMMER. (R) 
Brennan, John. 

VALLEY OF FEAR. 
Brenner, Raymond Paul. 

SCORPIO. 
Brent Music Corp. 

THE MUSICAL VERSION OF TOM 
JONES. 
Brett, Michael. 

DOUBLE TROUBLE. 
Brian, Lee. 

THE FRAGILE POTSHERD. 
•Brice, Julia. 
JULIA BRICE. 
Bringuer, Estela. 

KETTY, FRED, AND BELLE. 
THE RED CACTUS FLOWER. 
Brinnin, John Malcolm. 

DYLAN. 
Broadman Press. 

I SAW HIM. 
Brome, Robert. 

EDGAR ALLAN POE ' S MASQUE OF 

THE RED DEATH. 
NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE ' S THE 

MINISTER'S BLACK VEIL. 
ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON'S 
MARKHEIM. 
Brooks, Patricia. 

OUR PLEASANT VICES. 
Brooks, Thomas Eugene. 

THE THIEF. 
Broom, Charles E. 

THE GATEWAY TO THE WEST. 
Bros, Louise M. , pseud. SEE 

Schmidt, Louise. 
Bros-Schmidt, Louise. SEE 

Schmidt, Lois Maxine . 
Broskiewicz, Jerzy. 

THE TWO ADVENTURES OF 
LEMUEL GULLIVER. 
Brotherton, Robert. 

EXODUS REVISITED, WITH 
DANIELA. 
Broudy, Shaunee Laurence. 

FLAME. 
Brown, Albert. 

OR YOUR MONEY BACK. 
Brown, Athaleen. 

DREAM CASINO. 
Brown, Beth. 

BEHIND RED LIGHTS. (R) 
Brown, Brian J. 

THE SABBATICAL. 
Brown, Esther. 

IT'S AS IF. 
Brown, Forman. 

PLUCK 'N' LUCK. 
Brown, Judith Reynolds. 
THE ANTIQUATED ALTAR. 
Brown, June. 

PLAY THAT TUNE. (R) 



Brown, Kenneth H. 
THE GREEN ROOM. 
THE HAPPY BAR. 
Brown , Lew . 

PLAY THAT TUNE. (R) 
Brown, Lucy Kennedy. 

LUCY. 
Brown , Naomi . 

PLAY THAT TUNE. (R) 
Brown, Royal Scott. 

ADAM AND LILITH. 
Brown, Terence George. 

A CHINESE QUESTION MARK. 
Brown, William F. 

LINDA STONE IS BRUTAL. 
Browne, E. Martin. 

BETTER PLAYS FOR TODAY'S 

CHURCHES . 
COVENTRY PORCH PLAYS. 
Browne, Henzie Raeburn. 

WHO IS THERE TO ASK. 
Browne, Mrs. Martin. SEE 
Browne, Henzie Raeburn. 
Browne, Thomas. 

CHASE ROYAL. 
Browning, Ricou. 

FIDO AND THE FELINE. 
Bruce, Edward M. 
IMAGES . 
ROCK FEVER. 
THE TELEPHONE. 
Bruestle, Beaumont. 

LOVE, ART AND ANTHONY 
THORNDYKE. 
Bryant, Al. 

RELIGIOUS PLAYS THAT CLICK. 
Bryce, Frank. 

THE 500TH W. A. C. 
Buch, Fritz Peter. 

PRINCESS SCURRYWIND. 
Buchan, Susan. 

CHRISTMAS TIME. (R) 
FORTUNE. (R) 

THE WIFE OF FLANDERS. (R) 
Buchman , He rman . 

STREETS OF GOLD. 
Buck, Anita E. 

TWO WEEKS WITH PAY. 
Budzunski, Piotra Wiktor. 

NA CENZUROWANEM. (R) 
Budzynski, Piotr Wiktor. 

PIF PAF PUF. (R) 
Buermann, Howard R. 

DEBT TAKES A HOLIDAY. (R) 
Bueske, Paul. 

HODAG. 
Buffum, Ray. 

PLUCK 'N' LUCK. 
Bunker, Loomis 0. 

DO YOU KNOW. 
Bunting, Robert L. , Jr. 

ROEBLING ELECTRIC FURNACE 
OPERATOR'S GUIDE. 
Buonadonna, Natalie. 

A BONE, A RAG, AND A BOO- 
MERANG. 
THE ID AND THE OW. 
Burdin, Ruth. 

A MIRACLE FOR MARY. (R) 
Burger, Joseph. 

A DEVIL'S CIRCUS. 
Burke, Kevin H. SEE Kelmo 

As sociates . 
Burleigh,' Merlin E. 

THE UNCOVERED DOOR. 
Burlingame Productions, Inc. 

THE WHOLE COOKIE. 
Burnett, Murray. 

COMPLETE LIFE STORY OF 
GENERAL DOUGLAS A. MAC- 
ARTHUR. 
Burnham, Barbara . 

FALLING ANGEL. (R) 
Burns, Margaret M. 

IT'S A MAN'S WORLD. 
Bursheim, Leonard. 

ALVARDOR THE LOVER. 
Burson, Linda. 
TO THE RESCUE. 
TOYS' TRIAL. 
Burt, Francis. 
DER GOLEM. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



Burt, Peter. 

MANON LESCANT. (R) 
Bush, A. Macy. 

LIVE IT UP; LIVE IT UP. 
Bush, Josef. 

NOCTAMBULE . 
Bush, Mary B. 

THE GIRLS. 

THEM BUSES. 
Buss, Jacqueline E. 

THE GHOST OF LOTABUCKS MAN- 
SION. 
Bye, William R. 

FIRST LADY. 

TRIBUTE TO A MAN. 
Byers, Clinton. 

THE KILOWATTS AT HOME. 
Bystrzycka, Zofia. 

OFIARA WSKAZW MORBERCE. 



Caddie, Regis. SEE Cejrow- 

ski, Regis. 
Caglieri, Emilio. 

L'EX MADAME FANNY. 
Cain, John D. , Jr. 

THE ACTRESS. 
Caine, Milton A. 

ALL MY TRIALS, LORD. 
Calarco, N. Joseph. 

THE RUINED INN. 
Calderon de la Barca, Pedro. 

LIFE IS A DREAM. 
Calderwood, Robert M. 

A MAN AND HIS MOUNTAIN. 
Caldwell, Harry Handly. 

LITTLE STRANGER. (R) 
Caldwell, Katharine Hilliker. 

LITTLE STRANGER. (R) 
Caldwell, Mary E. 

A GIFT OF SONG. 
Calkins, Clarence Jay. 

SMARTEST GAL IN TOWN. 
Calliope, Inc. 

THE SEX LIFE OF THE PRIMATE 
AND OTHER BITS OF GOSSIP. 

TELEPHONE SKETCH. 
Calmann-Levy. 

LA COQUINE. 

LA VOYANTE. 
Cameron, Kenneth M. 

THE SICILIAN. 
Cammarano, Salvatore. 

DER TROUBADOUR. 
Camoletti, Marc. 

BABY. 

XYZ. 
Campbell, Alan Gray M. 

MR. GRUMPY 'S TOY SHOP. 
Campbell, Colin. 

AN ORDINARY GUY. 
Campbell, Ethel May Shorey. 

THE DISCARD. (R) 

STOP! DANGER. (R) 
Campbell, Jean . 

DR. KILDARE, BLESSED ARE 
THEY THAT COMFORT. 
Canter, Stanley. 

ONE NEVER KNOWS. 
Canterbury Enterprises, Inc. 

A CASKET FOR CANDY. 
Canton, Don. 

VTVE LA FRANCE. 
Cantor, Eli. 

YES, THERE ARE BUFFALO IN 
ITALY. 
Capezzona, Donald. 

THE PLASTER MASK. 

THE WAKE. 
Capps, Agnes Ranjo. 

SANTA'S DILEMMA. 
Capps, Robert W. 

FROM CAT WHISKER TO TRAN- 
SISTOR. 
Card, Virginia. 

LA TRAVXATA. 
Cardona, Ramon J. SEE De 

Medina, Ramon' J. Cardona. 
Career Academy, Inc. 

MEDICAL ASSISTANT LESSON. 



Carlino, Lewis John. 

CAGES. 
Carlo, Terron. SEE Terron, 

Carlo. 
Carlson, Harry G. 

CHARLIE MCDEATH. 

THE FOOL ATTACHED TO HIS 

BELLS. 
MUMBLY BUNGLER. 
Carmichael, Fred. 

THE ROBIN HOOD CAPER. 
Carpio, Lope Felix de Vega. 

SEE Vega Carpio, Lope Felix 

de. 
Carr, Butch. 

A HUNDRED YEARS SINCE 
SLAVERY. 
Carr, Charles M. 

HOW CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CAN 
HELP YOU. 
Carra, Marguerita. 

THE CAGE. 
Carrens, Thomas V., Jr. 

I, SAID THE SPARROW. 
Carrington, Paul. 

ON THE LIFE AND DEATH OF 
GEORGE WYTHE. 
Carroll, Albert. 

CALLING ALL MEN. (R) 
Carroll, June. 

CALLING ALL MEN. (R) 
Carroll, Lewis, pseud. SEE 

Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge. 
Carson, Lular L. 

THE HUNTERS. 

WHEN THE WHISTLE BLOWS. 
Carter, Mary. 

OUR REPUTATION. (R) 
Carter, Mary G. 

OUR DEAREST POSSESSION. (R) 
Caruso, Joseph, Jr. 

THE CURIOUS I. 
Carver, David. 

ALI BABA AND HIS SON 
HADJI. (R) 

THE MEETING. (R) 
Cary, Falkland L. 

THE PROOF OF THE POISON. 

ROCK-A-BYE, SAILOR. 
Casas, Myrna. 

EUGENIA VICTORIA HERRERA. 
Case, Franklin D. 

FARMERS IN THE DELL. 
Caslon, Denis Heber. 

THE CHOICE IS MURDER. 
Castellano, Carmine. 

DAVID -MAURO REVUE. 
Cater, Thomas. 

TO LOVE, DISHONOR AND 
DECEIVE. 
Catholic Students' Mission 
Crusade. School of Theol- 
ogy Unit, St. Meinrad, Ind. 

VOCATION SLIDE PROGRAM 
SCRIPT. 
Cavalieri, Walter. 

PIPPI LONGSTOCKING. 
Cave, Richard Alfred. 

CULTURAL EXCHANGE, NYET. 
Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc. 

EVOLUTION AND THE BIBLE. 

HE'S A SPORT. 

A HUNDRED YEARS SINCE 
SLAVERY. 

MY OLD HOME TOWN. 
Cejrowski, Regis. 

SIEGE AT THE THIRD FLOOR 
FRONT. 
Cerlone, Francesco. 

L'OSTERIA DI MARECHIARO. 
Cervantes, Madolin. 

FLOR DE MAL. 

THE LOVERS. 
Cervantes, Miguel de . 

INTERLUDES. 
Chaikovskii, Petr Ilich. 

THE QUEEN OF SPADES. 
Chaitin, Norman C. 

ENCOUNTER. 
Chandler, Sydney, pseud. SEE 

Septant, June. 
Chapman , A . U . 

FORD. 
Chapman, Evan, pseud. SEE 

Czap, Eva. 
Chappell & Co., Ltd. 

FLAX INTO GOLD. 



Charles, J. D. 

BAH! BAH1 WHITE SHEEP. 
Charles, Julie. SEE Hanidis, 

Julie Charles. 
Charles, Norman, pseud. SEE 

Diggs, Charles Norman. 
Chariot, Jean. 

LAUKIAMANUIKAHIKI . 
SPIRIT ISLAND. 
THREE PLAYS OF ANCIENT 
HAWAII. 
Charpak, Andre. 

MONSIEUR VAUTRIN. 
Charras, Charles. 

MARIE STUART. 
Cheek, William Roderick. 

THAT AGE IS BEST. 
Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich. 
THE CHERRY ORCHARD. 
JUBILEE. 
Chenoweth, Okey E. 

THE AGES OF MAN, I -III. 
Cherry, Paul. 

LILLI AND THE FROG PRINCE. 
Cherryholmes, Anita M. 

SING A SONG OF SAGEBRUSH. 
Chester, Alvin M. 

CODA ON WHARF STREET. 
Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp . SEE 
General Motors Corp. Chev- 
rolet Motor Division. 
Chiavacci, Vinzenz. 

LIED IM MAI. (R) 
Chilcott, Darrell W. 
~ SAM BARLOW'S TRADE. 
Children's Theatre Press. 
KING PATCH AND MR. SIMP- 

KINS. 
SINBAD THE SAILOR. 
Chmelicek, Jerry F. 

CONCERTO. 
Chocheles, Irwin. 

THE BLUE SERGE SUIT. 
THE GREAT COMPETITION. 
Chodorov, Stephan . 

IN THE PRESENCE OF DEATH. 
Chou, Lily Shau. 

THE BANANA -LEAF HANDKER- 
CHIEF. 
Christian, Roger. 

REPOSSESSION BLUES. 
Christie, Campbell. 

A GAZELLE IN PARK LANE. 
Christie, Campbell, Estate of. 

A GAZELLE IN PARK LANE. 
Christie, Dorothy. 

A GAZELLE IN PARK LANE. 
Christie, Dorothy, executrix 
of the Estate of Campbell 
Christie. SEE Christie, 
Campbell, Estate of. 
Christina, Sonja, pseud. SEE 

Morris, Alisa Sonja. 
Chrysler Motors Corp. 

HAS THIS EVER HAPPENED TO 
YOU. 
Church, George Lucien. 

WHAT HAPPENED. 
Cirino, Laura. 

TRITTICO FRANCESCANO. (R) 
Citron, Samuel J. 

THE INVISIBLE CLOWNS. 
JOSEPH. 

A PERETZ TRIO. 
RICH MAN, POOR MAN. 
Clairville. SEE Nicolaie, 
Louis Francois, called 
Clairville. 
Clark, Daniel Haben. 

QUINTET. 
Clark, David M. 

SOMETHING THERE IS. 
Clark, Gwyn. 

WHEN THE BOUGH BREAKS. 
Clark, J. Kent. 

DIMENSIONS IN DRAMA. 



Clark, Mabel Margaret Cowie. 

FOLLOW YOUR SAINT. (R) 
Clark, Mary Margaret. 
WILL JACK BE HERE FOR 
CHRISTMAS . 
Clark, Ralph Grames. 
THE BAND WAGON. (R) 
IT HAPPENED IN HOLLAND. (R) 
Clark, Roy E. 

THE CURE. 
Clark, Sarah Grames. 
THE BAND WAGON. (R) 
IT HAPPENED IN HOLLAND. (R) 
Clark, William A. 

EXTRACURRICULAR . 
Clarke, Warren Bauer. 

THE PIE HOUSE. 
Clarkebauer, Warren, pseud. 
SEE Clarke, Warren Bauer. 
Clarkson, Paul S. 

TOM JONES. 
Cleland, John. 

FANNY HILL, A WOMAN OF 
PLEASURE. 
Clifton, John. 

ROBINSON CRUSOE. 
Cliver, Marion Slingerland. 

EVERY DAY IN EVERY WAY. 
Clukey, James John. 

WITNESS TO DESTRUCTION. 
Coar, Barbara R. 

THE ADOLESCENT ADULTS. 
Cobb, Ira W. , pseud. SEE 

Sokoloff, Ben. 
Cobin, Harold. 

BORN TO THE PURPLE. 
Cochrane, Albert Franz. 

THE JACK-POT. 
Cocke, William J. 

JOHNNY PARK TALKS OF THOMAS 
WOLFE. 
Cocteau, Jean. 

THE NIGHTS OF ELIZABETH. 
Cohan, Agnes M. 

FULTON OF OAK FALLS';' (R) 
Cohan, George M. 

FULTON OF OAK FALLS. (R) 
Cohen, Irving M. 

THE TALE OF AUCASSIN AND 
NICOLETTE. 
Cohen, Irving Morton. 

JDTH. 
Cohen, Jonathan David. 

MY POOR PROTECTOR. 
Cohen, Norman E. 

YOU NEVER CAN TELL. 
Cohen, Winifred H. 

ENCOUNTER. 
Conn, Francis Perry, Jr. 

SAY IT WITH FLOWERS. 
Coigney, Virginia Travers. 

PERSON TO PERSON CALL. 
Colby, Ronald. 

JOHN WILKES BOOTH. 
Colca, Lewis. 

WE MUST MURDER OUR DARLINGS. 
Coldrey, Albert George 
Jeffery. 
GALLIO. 
Cole, David S. 

THE LACOCOON NOBODY KNOWS. 
Coleman, Betsy E. 

PHONICS IN THE LITTLE RED 
SCHOOLHOUSE. 
Coleman, Lonnie. 

A WARM BODY. 
Collins, Bruce A. 

FOR SOME THING DIVINE. 
Collins, M. James. SEE 
Collins, Margaret Branden 
Jame s . 
Collins, Margaret Branden 

THE MOTEL AND THE CHICKEN - 
HOUSE. 
Collyer, Barbara. 

LEAP YEAR INTERLUDE. (R) 
Colombi, Pauline. 

THE KING WALKS THE STREETS. 
Colombo (Franco) Inc. 

THE LAST SAVAGE. 

L' ULTIMO SELVAGGIO. 



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1964 



NAME INDEX 



65 



Columbus Plastic Products, 
Inc. 
THE QUALITY STORY OF 
LUSTRO-WARE. 
Compton, Juleen. 

STRANDED. 
Comstock Productions, Inc. 

WHERE DID YOU COME FROM. 
Conkle, Ellsworth P. 

IN THE SHADOW OF A ROCK. (R) 
200 WERE CHOSEN. (R) 
Connable, Alfred. 

WELCOME, NEIGHBOR. 
Connors, Paul Thomas. 

FIRST FEDERAL. 
Conrad, Charles J. 

BOTH ENDS. 
Conrad, Constance. SEE Moss, 

Constance Conrad. 
Conrad, Eugene. 

HITCH-HIKERS. (R) 

THE PROFESSOR. (R) 
Conrad, Gene J. 

HITCH-HIKERS. (R) 
Conrad, Gloria A. 

HITCH-HIKERS. (R) 

THE PROFESSOR. (R) 
Conrad, Hastings Eugene. 

HITCH-HIKERS. (R) 

THE PROFESSOR. (R) 
Consoli, Vincent B. 

MIRROR OF DARKNESS. 
Cook, Frank B. 

j TAILS, YOU WIN. (R) 
Cool, Walter D. 

MACKEY. 
Cooley, Fae Donna. 

THE ROAD TO BETHLEHEM. 
Coones, Gillean M. 

GOD'S WIFE. 
Coones, Richard C. 

GOD'S WIFE. 
Cooney, Ray. 

ONE FOR THE POT. 
Cooper, Charles William. 

BEAU MARCHE U. S. A. 
Cooper, Wyatt. 

A COUPLE IN EVENING CLOTHES. 

A FEW FRIENDS NAMED MARY. 
Copley, Frank 0. 

THE EUNUCH. 
Corazza, Renato. 

THE NIGHTS OF ELIZABETH. 
Corey, Orlin R. 

ROMANS BY SAINT PAUL. 
Corlett, William. 

ANOTHER ROUND. 
Corneille, Pierre. 

POLYEUCTE 8c LE MENTEUR. 
Cornish, Roger N. 

A SHORT PLAY FOR CLOSED 
CIRCUIT TELEVISION. 

THIS PLAY HAS NO TITLE. 
Costly, William H., Jr. 

BILL COSBY IS A VERY FUNNY 
FELLOW, RIGHT. 
Cosner, Ada L. 

A TICKET TO HEAVEN. 
Cossi, Olga. 

THE STAR AND THE SIXTH. 
Costello, John, pseud. SEE 

Burt, Peter. 
Cotyna, Alexandra, pseud. 

SEE De Goguel, Alexandra. 
Coulter, Ronald E. 

DARK GAME. 
Couper, C. William, pseud. 

SEE Cooper, Charles 

William. 
Courville, Victor. 

THE DRUMS. 
Covey, Charles L. 

DELIVER US FROM EVIL. 
Covi, Rudolph. 

WHAT'S YOUR CHOICE. 
Cowden, Jack. 

FIDO AND THE FELINE. 
Cox, R. David. 

THE FENCING MASTER. 

HIT HIM WITH A SHOE. 

A MATTER OF SISSY. 



OVER THE THRESHOLD. 

TOURNEY. 

TWO ONE-ACT PLAYS. 
Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency. 

BERGLUND MOTOR COMPANY. 

C AND C FORD. 

FARMER DICK BARONE CHEVRO- 
LET. 

FERRARO OLDSMOBILE -CADILLAC. 

FIERSTIEN BROTHERS OLDSMO- 
BILE. 

KUTNER BUICK. 

MCCAFFERTY FORD. 

MCKEAN CHEVROLET. 

MURPHY FORD. 

RICE AND HOLMAN. 

TORELLI'S. 
Crandall, Irene Jean. 

MY LADY'S SHAWL. (R) 
Crane, Donn P. 

BLOW ME DOWN. (R) 
Crane, John Rendal. 

THE VATICAN. 
Crane, Lor. 

OSTRICH UNDER GLASS. 
Crawford, John Richard. 

REFLECTION. 
Creative Combine, Inc. 

THE VICTORIA GIRL. 
Creative Motion Picture Corp. 

THE WHIRLPOOL. 
Creegan, George R. 

SLEEPING BUNNY. 
Crehore, Thomas Oliver. 

PORTFOLIO. 
Crescenzo-Sarvil, Juliette. 

ALEXANDRA. 
Crittenden, Walter. 

A PRESENT FROM YOUR OLD MAN. 
Cronin, James. 

EBENEZER. 
Crooker, John R., Jr. 

M ' NAGHTEN ' S_MADNESS . 
Cross, Frank L. 

WHAT HAPPENED TO CHRISTMAS. 
Cruttwell, Hugh. 

JIGSAW. 
Csokor, Franz Thodor. 

DRITTER NOVEMBER 1918. (R) 
Cullen, Alan. 

KING PATCH AND MR. SIMP- 
KINS. 
Culligan, Inc. 

CULLIGAN TECH TRAINING 
FILM. 
Culver, Roy. 

A BRIEF OUTLINE OF THE 
WORLD HISTORY OF FOUR 
STICKS. 

THE MASK. 
Cummings, Don G. 

MIKE. 
Curb, Michael. 

AROUND THE WORLD WITH 
NELLIE BLY. 
Curci, Edizioni. 

L'OSTERIA DI MARECHIARO. 
Curley, Ralph M. 

LOVE IN A MISSILE CAPSULE. 

LOVE IS A JESTER. 
Curran, E. Terrill. 

THE JAVA ROSE. 
Curran, Mrs. John P. SEE 

Curran, E. Terrill. 
Curtin, James A. 

THE ACHIEVERS. 
Cutti, Berta. 

TONIGHT WE IMPROVISE. (R) 
Czap, Eva. 

THE FIRST MRS. BENNETT. 



Daams, Gerrit. 

COMPREHENSIVE SCIENTIFIC 
PLANNING AND ITS LIMITS. 
Dace, Wallace. 

THE FLAG BEARER. 
Daintree, Lee S. 

PROMISE. (R) 



Dale, Chalmers. 

IN THE PRESENCE OF DEATH. 
Dale, Ralph Alan. 

LENORE AND THE WONDER HOUSE. 
Dalzelle, Lola. 

BRING YOUR BOOK IN. 
D'Amato, Tony. 

UNTITLED. 
Dane, Peter, pseud. SEE 

Kargaard, Bent. 
D'Angelo, Robert Bruce. 

THE_WAITING ROOM. 
Daniel, George B., Jr. 

BRITANNICUS & PHEDRE. 
Dano, Sal, pseud. SEE 

Giordano, Salvatore. 
Darling, Harry F. 

SEMPER FREUDELIS. 
Darwin, Robert. 

A HOUSE OF SAND. 
Darwin (Robert) Enterprises, 
Inc . 

A HOUSE OF SAND. 
Da Silva, Howard. 

THE ZULU AND THE ZEIDE. 
Davenport, Gwen . 

THE BACHELOR'S BABY. 
David, Jack. 

DAVID -MAURO REVUE. 
Davies, Elizabeth S. 

BLOW YE WINDS. (R) 
Davies, Valentine. 

BLOW YE WINDS. (R) 
Davis, Al. 

ON WITH THE SHOW. 
Davis, Barbara M. 

LETTY'S BACK PARLOR. 
Davis, Edward H. 

BRING ON THE DANCING GIRLS. 
Davis, Julia. 

THE ANVIL. 
Davis, Katherine K. 

THE ROAD TO GALILEE. 
Davis, Wayne H. 

AN AMERICAN THANKSGIVING. 
Dawson, Mitchell. 

MY LADY'S SHAWL. (R) 
Dawson, Susan L. 

THE HOMECOMING OF ODYSSEUS. 
Deardorff, Robert Dean. 
_ J3EATH WAS_ A DRUMMER BOY. 
De Balzac, Honore. SEE 

Balzac, Honore de. 
De Benn, Velida. SEE Benn, 

Velida de. 
De Blanc, Lee. 

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED TO 
ADOLPH HITLER. 
DeCamp, Dorothy. 

ATOM'S RIB. 
De Casalis, Jeanne. 

ST. HELENA. (R) 
De Cervantes, Miguel. SEE 

Cervantes, Miguel de. 
Decker, Hermine Duthie. 

THE BROWN PRIMROSE. 
Defoe, Daniel. 

ROBINSON CRUSOE. 
Defoe, Russell H. 

THE BIG CAT. 
De Goguel, Alexandra. 

YES, IN PARIS. 
De Grazia, Dominic N. 

PUSHCARTS . 
De Greef, Carl. SEE Greef, 

Carl de. 
De Hond, Stephen. SEE Hond, 

Stephen de . 
Delaquys, Georges. 

LA NAISSANCE DE TRISTAN. (R) 
De la Torre, Lillian. 

THE FACE ON THE BAR ROOM 
FLOOR. 
Delgado, Ramon Louis. 

WAITING FOR THE BUS. 
De Lisle, William. 

THE CHANGELING. (R) 

EARTHLY PASSAGE. (R) 

LOVE SONG. (R) 

ON THE VERGE. (R) 

RED ROSES. (R) 



Dell, Jack Holton. 

HELL HATH NO FURY. 
Dell Pub. Co. , Inc. 

BRITANNICUS & PHEDRE. 

POLYEUCTE & LE MENTEUR. 
Demarest, Victoria Booth. 

KING DAVID. 
De Medina, Ramon' J. Cardona. 

THE SOUND OF HISTORY. 
De Mon the riant, Henry. SEE 

Montherlant, Henry de. 
Denise, Gita. 

WHERE ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD. 
Denker, Henry. 

A CASE OF LIBEL. 
Dennis, Shawn, pseud. SEE 

Richardson, Leone. 
Dennison's Home Films. 

SANTA'S VILLAGE. 
Dental Building Corp. 

CONFIDENCE FOR LIFE. 
Dento-Medical Tapes. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DEN- 
TISTRY. 
Derringer, Charles A. 

RELATIVELY SPEAKING. 
De Saavedra, Mrs. David. SEE 

De Saavedra, Isobel Stone. 
De Saavedra, Isobel Stone. 

THE LAST COUNT DE LUXEM- 
BOURG. 
Devany, Edward Heath. 

THE EMPTYHANDED PIPER. 

VIRGINS UNDER A POMEGRANATE 
TREE. 
Devitt, Helen Dougherty. 

THE BIG SQUEEZE. 
D'Hervilliez, Gabriel. SEE 

Hervilliez, Gabriel d'. 
Diamond Crystal Salt Co. 

THE EXTRA INGREDIENT. 
Dickason, Albert. 

SEND ME ROSY. 
Diehl, Mary. 

THE GALLERY MANAGER. 
Dietle, Robert L. 

THE PRINCE OF POTPOURRI. 
Diggs, Charles Norman. 

THE LEAVES ARE FALLING. 
Delisa, Emilia. 

I KILLED A MAN. 
Dill, Danny. 

HE'S A SPORT. 
Diller, Phyllis. 

A PRAYER. 
Dillman, Dean, Jr. 

CHARLEY'S AUNT. 
DiMeo, Philip B. 

PHILIP DIMEO 'S JULIUS 
COULDN'T SEIZE HER. 
DiMinno, Nicholas W. 

ACT YOUR AGE. 
Di Mona, Joseph. 

PARIS: PARIS i PARIS. 
Dinberg, Maurice Charles. 

THE SECRET OF AMEN. 
Dines, Michael. 

THE GENERAL REVIEWS THE 
TROOPS. 
Dishy, Robert. 

THE TRUCK DRIVERS. 
Diskin, Bernice Blohm. 

BLESS THE CHILD. 
Dobbins, R. L. 

LADRONE. 
Doblinger (Ludwig) (B. Herz- 
mansky) K.G. 

DIE KLUGE WIENERIN. 
Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge . 

ALICE. 
Dolcin Corp. 

FORTY-SECOND COMMERCIAL 
PROGRAMME. 

RADIO COMMERCIALS. 

3 3-SECOND RADIO COMMER- 
CIALS. 
Dollarhide, Roger. 

ALADDIN AND HIS GENII. 
Donaghy, Emily. 

THE RESURRECTION PROVED, 
AND THREE OTHER PLAYS FOR 
EASTER. (R) 



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Donald Stark, pseud. SEE 

Seff , Manuel. 
Donegan, Martin. 

THE STORY OF TWO AFTER- 
NOONS. 
Donna, Natalie Bona, pseud. 

SEE Buonadonna, Natalie . 
Donna, Natalie 0., pseud. 

SEE Buonadonna, Natalie. 
Donovan, Frank P. 

THE SINGING BLUEBEARD. 
Dontzin, B. J. 

THE ROAD. 
Dooley, John Anthony. 

DOWN WITH THE DOUBLE STAND- 
ARD. 
Dostoevskii, Fedor Mikhailo- 
vich. 
OF LOVE AND GREED. 
LE PETIT MONDE DE STEPAN- 
TCHIKOVO. 
Dougan, Terrell. 

THE ENCHANTED GLASSES. 
Douglas, Jerry D. 

SOMETHING NEW FOR SPRING. 
Downes, Edward. 

KATERINA ISMAILOVA. 
Downs, David A. 

ONLY AS A LAST RESORT. 
Doyle, Paul Allen. 

KEEP AWAY THE DARK. 
Doyle, William A. 

RUN, ROCCO, RUU. 
Dozier, Lamont. 

WHAT GOES UP MUST COME 
DOWN. 
Drake, Alfred. 
. RUGANTINO. 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 

A. A. MILNE'S WINNIE-THE- 
POOH. 
Drei Masken Verlag, G.M.B.H. 
ARISTOPHANES: DER FRIEDEN. 
SEE WERDEN STERBEN, SIRE. 
Dreistadt, Roy. 

A PSYCHONEUROSYNTHETIC 
THEORY OF TELLING COLORS 
AND READING PRINT BY 
TOUCH. 
Drew, uavid. 

MAHOGONNY SONGSPIEL. 
Drew, Herbert A. 

ADMINISTRATION AND ORGANI- 
ZATION OF SPECIAL CLASSES 
IN AN URBAN SCHOOL SITUA- 
TION. 
Drexler, Rosalyn. 

THE INVESTIGATION. 
Drigani, Adolf o. 

THE CHRISTENING. 
Driggers, Mrs. W. J. 

ACELDAMA. 
Drumm, Philip Russell. 

SPOKEN COMMUNICATION FOR 
THE DEAF. 
Duberman, Martin B. 
IN WHITE AMERICA. 
Du Boccage, Louis Collin. 
UNE FEMME D'UN AUTRE 
AGE. (R) 
Du Bouchet, Andre. 

LA TEMPETE. 
Dubray, Anne Janko. 

THE BIG SQUEEZE. 
Ducloux, Walter. 

RUSALKA. 
Ducro, Edna E. 

THE RIVER BETWEEN. 
Diirrenmatt, Friedrich. 

THE PHYSICISTS. 
Dufty, William F. 

THE HAPPENING. 
Du Garde Peach, L. SEE 

Peach, L. du Garde. 
Duggan, Lois. 
WHO ARE WE. 
Dugger, Louise. 

CHRISTMAS WITH MARY. 
Dulask, Thomas J. 

KRIEGER. 
Du Locle, Camille. SEE 
Locle, Camille du. 



Dulud, Michel. 

ON DEMANDE. (R) 

LE REVENANT. (R) 
Dumas, Alexandre. 

DR. TERROR'S HOUSE OF 
HORRORS . 

THE THREE MUSKETEERS. 
Dumas, Alexandre, Jr. 

LA TRAVIATA. 
Du Maurier, George Louis 
Palmella Busson. 

TRILBY. 
Dunn, Allan, pseud. SEE 

Donovan, Frank P. 
Dunn, Becca Fizell. 

THE BURNING LAND. 
Dunn, Dennis. 

SADDLE THE UNICORN. 
Dunn, Edward D. 

SOME VERY YOUNG PEOPLE. 
Dunn, Edward Delaney. 

BETWEEN TRAINS. 

MR. BROWN. 
Dunn, Russell. 

THE BURNING LAND. 
Dupor, Georges, pseud. SEE 

Georges, Duport A. 
Duran, Michel. 

TROIS, SIX, NEUF. (R) 
Durrell, Lawrence. 

AN IRISH FAUSTUS. 
Duthie, Hermine. SEE Decker, 

Hermine Duthie. 
DuVa 11, Ramon . 

A TOWN FOR SALE. 
Dvorak, Antonin. 

RUSALKA. 
Dvorine, Israel. 

JUBILEE. 
Dvorkin, Judith. 

CYRANO. 
Dwyer, James E. 

PIPPI LONGSTOCKING. 
Dyer, Frederick C. 

DON'T SEND CHRISTMAS CARDS 
TO YOUR ANALYST. 
Dynamite Sam, pseud. SEE 

Kaplan, Samuel Louis. 



E 



Eager,, Edward. 

RUGANTINO. 
Early, Anne Lyons. 

FOR PETE'S SAKE. 
Early, Joseph N. 

FOR PETE'S SAKE. 
Eastaugh, Carol B. 

LUCKY FOR US. 
Eastaugh, Frederick 0. 

LUCKY FOR US. 
Easton, Sidney. 

THE RAFT HANDS. (R) 
Eaton, Walter Prichard. 

ROMANCE AND RUMMAGE. (R) 
Eaton, Mrs. Walter Prichard. 

ROMANCE AND RUMMAGE. (R) 
Ebenstein, Morris. 

THE CORNERSTONE. (R) 
Ecenbarger, Kathy. 

RELIGIOUS PLAYS THAT CLICK. 
Economou, Rochelle Owens. 

HOMO. 
Edelson, Stan. 

NO ONE DIED IN JERUSALEM 
THAT YEAR. UNDERSTAND. 
Edelstein, Rick. 

SPHERE OF EVIL. 
Edgar, Wendell. 

THE UNTNVITED GUEST. 
Editions Gallimafd. SEE 

Gallimard, Editions. 
Editions Max Eschig. SEE 

Eschig (Max) Editions. 
Editorial Escelicer, S.A. 

SEE Escelicer, Editorial, 

S.A. 
Edizioni Curci. SEE Curci, 

Edizioni. 
Edwards, Charles Franklin. 

THE CHILDREN OF 1, 2, 3. 



Edwards, Charlotte. SEE 

Riordan, Marie Charlotte 

Edwards . 
Edwards, Maurice. 

THE PLACE FOR CHANCE. 
Edwards, Sherman. 

1776. 
Ehrlich, Ida Lublenski. 

TIMES SQUARE. (R) 
Eifler, Millicent Spaulding. 

DIALOGUE OF A DEMOCRACY. 
Eldridge Pub. Co. 

CROSS -WIRE. 

THE ELECTRONOVAC GASSER. 

THE FORGOTTEN LEGEND. 

GIANT PROGRESS PROGRAM 
BOOK. 

THE HANGMAN'S LOOSE. 

MR. GRUMPY 'S TOY SHOP. 

PARDON MY SECOND SCENE. 

THE STAR AND THE SIXTH. 

TRUTHFULLY YOURS. 
Eliot, George. 

THE WEAVER OF REVELOE. 
Ellenson, D. C. 

THAT CONQUERING TOUCH. 
Ellick, Echo G. 

THE DRAGON'S CURSE. 
Elliot, Bob. 

THE ONLY DIFFERENCE. 
Elliott, James S. 

JOHNNY TENORIO. 

LADY CHAMELEON. 
Elliott, Sloane. 

MISSION TO DURAZZO. 
Ellis, Dorothy Dunning. 

TRAILER TROUBLE. (R) 
Ellis, Dorothy M. 

FIVE O'CLOCK SHADOW. 
Ellison, Ralph. 

HIDDEN NAME AND COMPLEX 
FATE. 
Ellsmore, Allie. 

WINE, WOMEN, AND HATS. 
Ellstein, Sylvia Regan. 

JOURNEY FROM A NOON WEDDING. 
Ellsworth, Clyde. 

JACK WILLIAMS: A TRAGEDY IN 
PANTOMINE FOR ONE PLAYER. 
Eltinge, Susan Underhill. 

FOUR PLAYS BY LOPE DE 
VEGA. (R) 
Elward, James. 

THE MAN ON THE BEARSKIN RUG. 

SERVANTS OF THE LORD. 
Elwyn, Jack. 

WE'RE VERY IMPORTANT PEOPLE 
IN THE MOVIE INDUSTRY. 
Emery, Charles. 

SAINT EGO. 
Emilio, Caglieri. SEE Cag- 

lieri, Emilio. 
Eminescu, Mihail. 

EVENING STAR. 
Emmons, Delia Gould. 

MARCUS WHITMAN. (R) 

SACAJAWEA. (R) 
Engelmann, Ian Manson. 

LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT. 
England, Michael E. 

MISSISSIPPI SUNSHINE. 
Englander, Roger. 

MARK TWAIN. 
Enloe, Martha Bliss Taylor. 

THE SCHOOL FOR EXCEPTIONAL 
CHILDREN. 
Enoch, Robert D. 

PROJECT: AMERICA. 
Ephron, Henry. 

JONATHAN & COMPANY. 
Ephron, Phoebe. 

JONATHAN & COMPANY. 
Epstein, Leslie D. 

THE SPEECH OF DUMB ANIMALS. 
Erbstoeszer, Mrs. Vernon. 

MR. MUDDLE'S MARVELLOUS 
MACHINE. 
Erhard, Tom. 

THE ELECTRONOVAC GASSER. 
Erickson, Richard. 

ABDUCTION OF THE METHODISTS. 



Erlanger, Rachel. 

ONE MORNING AT GREELEY HIGH. 
Erwin, Susan Graham. SEE 

Williamson, Susan Erwin. 
Escelicer, Editorial, S.A. 

TEATRO PARA JOVENES; 
Eschig (Max) Editions. 

LE PIEGE DE MEDUSE. 
Escott-Terry, Roy. 

PRINCESS & THE YETI. 
Esselin, Joseph. 

THE BOOKSTORE. 
Essman, Manuel. 

THE CAVIAR AND VODKA 
BURLESQUE. 
Estabrook, Howard. 

ADELINA. 
Estill, William Michael. 

A TRAITOR IS AMONG US. 
Ettinger, Sy Sol. 

DESIRE WITHOUT FAITH. 
Eustace, Edward J. 

THE KING OF THE MOUN- 
TAINS. (R) 
Evans, Betty Ewart. 

AND YOU SHALL MILK THE COW, 
SIR. 
Evans, Jean. 

THE UNWANTED. 
Evans, Kenneth L. 

AN AFFAIR OF BLOOD. 

ALMS. 

THE FLIGHT OF AN OX. 

NIGHT FEATHER. 
Evans, Larry. 

COAT OF MANY COLORS. 
Evans, Wilfred, pseud. SEE 

Ebenstein, Morris. 
Everest, John, pseud. SEE 

Ziniewicz, John. 



Fabbri, Diego. 

LA COQUINE. 
Fabing, Howard Douglas. 

PHILOSOPHY ONE. 
Fabrizi, Bernard. 

A VISIT TO DREAM STREET. 
Fadigan, Ellen Marie. 

HOUSE ON QUEL LANE. 
Fahrner, Robert A. 

SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN 
KNIGHT. 
Fairchild, William. 

BREAKING POINT. 
Fairfax-Jones, J. S. 

THE CHARLADY AND THE AN- 
GEL. (R) 
Fajardo, Antonio Jose Montes. 

HISPANO -AMERICA. 
Falcon, Richard D. 

WHATEVER BECAME OF JACQUES. 
Falleder, Arnold Edward. 

GAMES. 
Fand, Robert. 

A PLACE IN THE STARS. 
Farjeon, Eleanor. 

THE TWO BOUQUETS. (R) 
Farjeon, Herbert. 

THE TWO BOUQUETS. (R) 
Farjeon, Joan. 

THE TWO BOUQUETS. (R) 
Fast, Howard. 

THE HILL. 
Faulkner, William. 

JOURNEY TO JEFFERSON. 
Faust, J. Paul. 

TWO RELIGIOUS DIALOGUES. 
Fay, Edward J. 

LATIN AMERICA: PRIMER, 
PRINCIPAL, PRESERVATION. 
Fedyszyn, Stan. 

THE TWO ADVENTURES OF 
LEMUEL GULLIVER. 
Fehling, Jiirgen . 

DONNA DIANA. 
Feibleman, Peter S. 

MARY S. MCDOWELL. 
Feinbert, Robert E. 

WHATEVER BECAME OF LAST 
YEAR'S MISS RHEINGOLD. 



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Feinstein, Joseph. 

PLAY IT BY EAR. 
Feld, Bruce. 

SONGS AND THE DREAM SYN- 
DROME. 
Feld, Friedrich, pseud. SEE 

Rosenfeld, Friedrich. 
Feldman, Audrey. 

PLEASE SEND MONEY. 
Feldman, Laurence. 

EASY DOES IT. 
Felton, John W. 

CHRISTMAS AT CHECKPOINT 
CHARLIE. 
Fencl, A. 

BER GUTIGE ANTONIUS . (R) 
Fentcn, Merrie Virginja. 

ALADDIN AND HIS GENII. 
Ferber, Edna. 

STAGE DOOR. (R) 
Ferdinand j Roger. 

LA FOIRE AUX SENTIMENTS. 
Fermaud, Michel. 

MATCH. 
Fernandes, Joao Rangel. 

BIG PEOPLE. 
Ferrari, Erraanno Wolf. SEE 

Wolf -Ferrari, Ermanno. 
Fey, Mary V. 

WITH FRIENDS LIKE THIS, WHO 
NEEDS ENEMIES. 
Ffuller, Clement, pseud. SEE 

Fuller, Clement. 
Fiave, Francesco Maria. 

IA TRAVIATA. 
Field, Howard. 

WORLD WITHOUT SOUND. 
Field, Pat E., pseud. SEE 

Maas, Hazel I. 
Field, Rachel. SEE Pederson, 

Rachel Field. 
Fielding, Henry. 

TOM JONES. 
Fields, Doris A. 

COMPANION OF THE WISE. 
Figeroid, Bryant F. 

YOUNG AMERICA. 
Filippo, Eduardo De. 

SIK-SIK, THE IMCOMPARABLE 
MAGICIAN. 
Filmvideo Releasing Corp. 

THE FIRST WORLD WAR. 
Firari, Harvey E. 

COCKTAILS AT CARTER'S 
JUNCTION. 

COMPANION PIECES. 
Firth, Gordon Neal. 

AN EVENING WITH BETTY. 
Fischer, E. Ivy, pseud. SEE 

Fischer, Elsie H. 
Fischer, Elsie H. 

YET HALF A BEAST. 
Fischer (J. ) & Bro. 

LENORE AND THE WONDER 
HOUSE. 
Fischoff, George. 

CHEZ MAXIME. 
Fisher, Bob. 

THE IMPOSSIBLE YEARS. 
Fisher, John. 

ROOM BEYOND THE CLOSET: 
AND OTHER VOICES IN THE 
SAME ROOM. 
Fitzhugh, Elizabeth. 

MAIL ORDER MAN. (R) 
Fjelde, Rolf. 

PEER GYNT. 
Flanigan, Richard J. 

HEROES DON'T CRY. 
Flavin, Martin. 

ACHILLES HAD A HEEL AND 
TAPESTRY IN GRAY. (R) 
Fleischhacker, Daniel J. 

ADONIS GORED. 
Fleischman, Frieda. 

EVERYTHING'S GOING TO BE 
ALL RIGHT. 

THE RAT IN ROOM THIRTEEN. 
Fleischman, Jerome. 

THE RAT IN ROOM THIRTEEN. 
Flom, Leonard. 

QUIZ POKER." 



Flomenhoft, Mark. 

MRS. WATERMAN'S SECRET. 
Flynn, Robert L. 

JOURNEY TO JEFFERSON. 
Fogg, Evelyn Neuenburg. 

HEAVEN ISN'T SO BAD. 
Foley, Helen Corl. 

TROUBLE BY THE TUB FULL. 
Foley, Jane. 

TOM JONES. 
Foley, Pat, pseud. SEE 

Pomerantz, Patricia Anne. 
Fondiller, Robert. 

MUSICAL MONEY. 
Fontanella, Lee. 

THE DRAGON'S HEAD. 
Fontanez, Lettys, pseud. SEE 

Hernandez, Carmen Leticia. 
Ford, Rita Q., pseud. SEE 

Stafford, Meka H. 
Foreman, Stephen H. 

THE UNKNOWN AMERICAN. 
Foreman, Stephen Howard. 

THE ONE-WAY WINDOW. 
Forgy, Howell M. 

LADY CHAMELEON. 
Formichelli, Alfred. 

PLAYGIRL FASHION WORLD. 
Forsberg, Josephine. 

A PERIPATETIC CHRISTMAS. 
Forssell, Lars. 

CHARLIE MCDEATH. 

THE FOOL ATTACHED TO HIS 
BELLS. 

MUMBLY BUNGLER. 
Forster, E. M. 

WHERE ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD. 
Fort, Marjorie. 

THE LAST LAUGH. (R) 
Foster, Raymond A. 

THE FANTOME CIRCUIT. 
4-Star Sales Co. 

REPOSSESSION BLUES. 
Fournier, Clifford. 

GREET YOUR NEIGHBOR. 
Fox, Austin McCracken. 

THE NUTMEG BUSINESS. 
Fox, Jack. 

COMMERCIALS TO CRINGE BY. 
Frakes, John Dean, Jr. 

THE PRIVATE WORLD OF MAL- 
COLM SCHMURL. 
Franc, Franc. 

THE DEFINITION OF GREEN. 
Francis, George B. 

MASTER OF HIS FATE. 
Franck, Marcel, pseud . SEE 

Robin , Luc . 
Franco, Johan. 

ROMANS BY SAINT PAUL. 
Frank, Guy. 

BEAU MARCHE U. S. A. 
Frank, Sidney A. 

A DAY IN AN OLD NEW ENGLAND 
SEAPORT. 
Frankfort Distillers Co. 

HENRY MCKENNA HAND MADE 
WHISKEY. 
Fransko, Louis. 

AGATHA. 
Frater, Ralph, pseud. SEE 

Thiegs, Francis J. 
Fratti, Mario. 

THE CAGE. 

CHOOSE YOUR HERO. 

THE REFRIGERATORS. 
Fray, Al, pseud. SEE 

Salaway, Lowell . 
Frazee-Bower, Helen. 

GOD'S TREES. 
Freberg, Stan. 

POOR FREBERG 'S ALMANAC. 
Freberg Music Corp. 

POOR FREBERG 'S ALMANAC. 
Freeman, Douglas Southall. 

MAIN ADDRESS AT DEDICATION 
EXERCISES OF MCLEAN HOUSE 
AND APPOMATTOX COURT HOUSE 
NATIONAL HISTORICAL MONU- 
MENT. 



Freeman, Inez Goddin. 

MAIN ADDRESS AT DEDICATION 
EXERCISES OF MCLEAN HOUSE 
AND APPOMATTOX COURT HOUSE 
NATIONAL HISTORICAL MONU- 
MENT. 
Freeman, Roy. 

A CASKET FOR CANDY. 
French, Joseph. 

THE LONDON DRIVE. 
French, (Samuel) Inc. 

COMMITTEES FOREVER. 

EASILY STAGED PLAYS FOR 
BOYS. (R) 

EIGHT WOMEN - AND A GHOST. 

HERE GOES THE BRIDE. (R) 

INTO THE FIRE. 

THE LAND OF BON BONS . (R) 

THE ROAD TO BETHLEHEM. 

THE ROBIN HOOD CAPER. 

THE SPIC AND SPAN. (R) 

THOSE DEVOTED DAPPLEBYS. (R ) 
French (Samuel) Ltd. 

ANOTHER ROUND. 

BEGIN AND NEVER CEASE. 

HIS HOUSE IN ORDER. (R) 

THE MAGISTRATE. (R) 

THE SECOND MRS. TANQUE- 
RAY. (R) 

TRELAWNEY OF THE WELLS. (R) 

A VISION OF FABLES. 

WHEN THE BOUGH BREAKS. 
Frentz, John G. 

THE GARGOYLE. 
Freund, Philip. 

THE PURSUIT OF DR. PLUMMER. 

THE TURNCOAT. 
Freybe, Carl E. 

LOLA. 
Fried, Emanuel J. 

THE PEDDLER. 
Friedman, Bernard L. 

TICKER-TAPE. 
Friedman, Stanley D. 

THE HIPPO HOP. 
Friendship Press, Inc. 

CHOOSE THIS DAY. 

THE DARK VALLEY. 

A DESERT, A HIGHWAY. 

THREE GLIMPSES EAST. 
Fuller, Clement. 

ROMANS NEVER DIE OF CHICK- 
ENPOX. 
Fuller, Lorenzo. 

THE STORY OF A MUSIC NOTE. 
Fullerton, Max. 

THIS IS MARYLAND. 
Furst, Jeffrey. SEE Furst, 

M. J. 
Furst, M. J. 

A SPY FOR THE GENERAL. 
Fussl, Karl Heinz. 

DIMITRI SCHOSTAKOWITSCH: 
DIE NASE. 



Gabl, Juljusz. 

NA CENZUROWANEM. (R) 

PIF PAF PUT. (R) 
Gaertner, Irene Kilbourne. 

PLUMMER PLUMS OF 1964. 
Gage, Carolyn J. 

MEDITATION IN A CHURCH PEW. 
Gaiser, Gerald. 

THE COMMUTERS. 

WINGS OF GLORY. 
Gaisseau, Pierre -Domenique. 

THE HAPPENING. 
Gaither, Gant. 

MOTHER, MAY I GO OUT TO 
SWIM. 
Gallimard, Editions. 

CTESIPPE. 

LE SIGNE DE PATIENCE, ET 
AUTRES PIECES DU THEATRE 
DES YUAN. 
Gallup, Donald. 

MORE STATELY MANSIONS. 
Ganz, Daniel M. 

PURRDY. 

PURRDY PURRDY PRETTY 
PURRDY. 



Garcia Lorca, Federico. 

FIVE PLAYS. 
Gardner, Barbara Seaver. 
WE LEAVE IT UP TO YOU. 
Gardner, Carl. 

BUSINESS AS USUAL. 
Gardner, Geoffrey Yvelin. 

THE MARRIAGE FACTORY. 
Gardner, Paul Allen. 

GLORY FOR ME. 
Gareis, Hans Jorg. 

DIE WELTRAUM-STORY. 
Gasnick, Jacob. 

CROSS AT THE GREEN AND NOT 
IN BETWEEN. 
Gatti, Rachele . 

HELLERA. (R) 
Gavis, Gustave. 

KNOW YOUR BABY. 
Geibel, Adam. 

SONGS AND STORIES OF 
MOTHER. (R) 
Gelbart, Larry. 

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON 
THE WAY TO THE FORUM. 
Genee, Richard. 

THE BAT. 
General Electric Co. Photo 
Lamp Division. 
GE PACK AND RACK EQUALS GE 
JACK. 
General Motors Corp. 
KNOW YOUR TIME STORY. 
THE ONLY DIFFERENCE. 
General Motors Corp. Chevro- 
let Motor Division. 
ACCENT ON DURABILITY. 
ACCENT ON PERFORMANCE. 
AMERICA'S BEST. 
THE CHEVY -VAN. 
CLOSING. 

A CODE FOR SERVICE. 
THE COMPLAINING VOICE IS 

THE VOICE OF OPPORTUNITY. 
DO THEY REALLY MEAN IT. 
THE ELEGANT WAY TO GO. 
EVERYBODY LOSES, EVERYBODY 

WINS. 
FINISH FIRST. 

FOUR -SEASON SALES REASONS. 
GET IN TUNE WITH THE TIMES. 
THE GREATEST GROWTH SITUA- 
TION IN THE WORLD. 
HITTING THE HEAVIES. 
IMAGE OF TRUE VALUE. 
IMAGINATION UNLIMITED. 
THE INTANGIBLES. 
INTRODUCTION TO THE DATA 

BOOK. 
THE KEY WORD. 
LIGHT-DUTY PROFIT AND 

SALES -MAKERS . 
LOOK TO THE STARS. 
MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR 

MEDIUMS . 
MONEY SAVINGS. 
MONEY TALKS, IN CLOSING 

SALES. 
1963 FORD PASSENGER CAR 

PREVIEW. 
NO PLACE TO GO BUT UP. 
ONE OF THOSE DAYS. 
OPERATION PLAYBACK. 
OPERATION TUNE-IN. 
SELL AROUND THE I963 CHEV- 
ROLET AUD CORVETTE. 
SELL AROUND THE 1963 CHEVY 

II AND CORVAIR. 
SENSE 8c NONSENSE. 
SOMETHING NEW TO HANDLE: 

HOW MUCH. 
SPOTLIGHT THE SHADOW MAR- 
KET. 
STEP UP THE PACE. 
STYLE AND PEP WITH ECONOMY. 
TAILORED TOUGH FOR THE BIG 

JOBS. 
TELL AND SELL YOUR CHEVY 

LIGHTS . 
TOUGH, LEAN AND BUILT FOR 

BUSINESS. 
TWO THRILLING SPORTS. 



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General Motors Corp. Chevro- 
let Motor Division. -Con. 

THE VITAL INGREDIENT IN 
CREATING SALES. 

WHY POWER. 

WORK SPECIALISTS! CHEVROLET 
MEDIUM AND HEAVY-DUTY 
TRUCKS. 

YOU'VE GOT TO SHOW 'EM. 
General Motors Corp. Oldsmo- 
bile Division. 

BATTING IN THE CLEANUP 
SPOT. 

THE BIG VALUE BUY IN THE 
MEDIUM-PRICE FIELD, I963 
DYNAMIC 88. 

BRING 'EM BACK, AND THRIVE. 

THE EXCITING NEW BLEND OF 
STYLE AND ACTION IN THE 
LOW-PRICE FIELD: OLDSMO- 
BILE F-85 FOR 1963. 

GETTING BACK ON THE TRACK 
TO THE CLOSE. 

GUIDEPOSTS TO THE USED CAR 
SALE: CUSTOMER OBJECTIONS. 

IT PAYS TO GO STRAIGHT. 

LET THE OWNER BE THE JUDGE. 

LET'S REALLY SCORE IN '64. 

THE LONG LOOK OF LUXURY. 

A MATTER OF COMMON SENSE. 

NEW ACTION, NEW SMOOTHNESS, 
NEW ECONOMY FOR '63. 

A NEW STANDARD OF STYLE, 
ACTION, LUXURY IN OLDSM0- 
BILE FOR 1963. 

A 1963 MOTORING ADVENTURE. 

OLDSMOBILE; WHERE THE 
ACTION IS. 

POWER OF PRECISION. 

PROFILE ON PEOPLEISM. 

RAISING THE SIGHTS, FOR 
MORE USED CAR SALES. 

RECOMMENDED OPTIONS FOR 
HAULING TRAILERS. 

STARFIRE, TOPS WITH THOSE 
WHO KNOW. 

THE SUPER 88: FINEST CAR IN 
THE MEDIUM-PRICE CLASS. 

THIS IS IT. 

TIPS ON SERVICING THE '63 
OLDS. 

USE ALL THE NEWS. 

WHO WANTS TO KNOW. 

THE WOMAN'S SERVICE MARKET, 
AND WHAT THEY EXPECT. 

WONDERFUL WAYS TO GO WAG- 
GONING. 

YES, SIR, THAT'S YOUR BABY. 
General Motors Corp. Packard 
Electric. 

LINE OF INFINITY. 
General Motors Corp. Pontiac 
Motor Division. 

THE ALL-AMERICAN BEAUTIES; 
1964 PONTIAC STYLING. 

THE ALL-AMERICAN SWEET- 
HEART. 

THE ANATOMY OF POWER. 

BEAT OUR COMPETITION. 

THE CHALLENGE OF PERFOR- 
MANCE. 

EIGHT/FIVE EXPLOSION. 

FINEST OF THE WINNING WIDE 
TRACK BREED, SHOW-POWER 
STYLING. 

THE HUNGRY BREED. 

I NEVER TAKE NO FOR AN AN- 
SWER- -THE PAUL JOSEPH 
STORY. 

THE LOOK OF A THOROUGHBRED. 

MEET THE COMPETITION -- 
BUICK, OLDS, AND CHEVROLET. 

THE MOST VALUABLE VOLUME. 

NEW LUXURY-LEVEL, TROPHY- 
POWER ENGINEERING. 

NEW SILENT GO-POWER ENGI- 
NEERING. 

PERSONALITY +. 

SHOW-STOPPER, INTERIOR 
STYLING . 



TO BE HELPFUL TO PEOPLE. 

WATCH WORDS. 

WHAT'S BUZZIN', COUSIN. 
Genillat, pseud. SEE Gignil- 

liat, Thomas Heyward . 
Genna, Joseph F. 

DEGITAL TECHNIQUES & APPLI- 
CATIONS. 
George, Charles. 

THE LAND OF BON BONS. (R) 
George, Don. 

WET PAINT. 
George, Marshall, pseud. SEE 

Victor, Victor. 
George, Peter Hayes. 

THE CHRISTENING. 
Georges, Duport A. 

FLY WITH LOVE. 
Georgi, Ivonne. 

DER GOLEM. 
Gerlach, Robert Morrill. 

PROCESSION. 
Gerry, Helen. 

WE MAY BE HAPPY YET. 
Gerson, Richard. 

TEMENOS. 
Gerster, Ottmar. 

ENOCH ARDEN. (R) 
Gervaise, Sydney, pseud. SEE 

Barton, Gervaise Sydney. 
Gestl, Herbert W. 

THE DEVIL'S HELPING HAND. 
Geto, Alfred D. 

PURRDY. 
Gezari, Temima. 

HOW DO YOU SPELL BROTHER. 
Ghisalberti, Mario. 

DER CAMPIELLO. (R) 
Ghislanzoni, Antonio. 

DON CARLOS. 
Gibbs, John C. 

GOOD MORNING. (R) 
Gibson, Mary. 

THE LIFE OF AN UNWANTED 
MOUNTAIN MAN. 
Gierow, Karl Ragnar. 

MORE STATELY MANSIONS. 
Gignilliat, Thomas Heyward. 

MERLINSON. 
Gilbert, Craig. 

IN THE PRESENCE OF DEATH. 
Gilbert, Ruth. 

JUST A SLIGHT SEXUAL PROB- 
LEM. 
Gilbert, Sir William Schwenck. 

THE COOL MIKADO. 

DER MIKADO. 
Gillespie, C. Richard. 

THE REPATRIATE. 
Gillespie, Peter E. 

REX KING. 
Giniez, Saint-, Juliette, 

pseud. SEE Crescenzo- 

Sarvil, Juliette. 
Ginsberg, Gerald M. 

THAT'S BASEBALL. 
Ginsbury, Norman. 

THE FIRST GENTLEMAN. (R) 

VICEROY SARAH. (R) 
Giordano, Salvatore J. 

ONE OF THEM. 
Giroux, Craig Eugene. 

THE TRAGEDY OF HENRY FORD. 
Gitlin, Murray. 

FROM WALL TO WALL. 
Gittler, Bertha. 

CHICAGO HAS EVERYTHING. 
Giuseppe, the Italian baby- 
sitter, pseud. SEE 

Ricardel, Joe. 
Glackin, Stella. 

TANTE ANNA. 
Glanville-Hicks, Peggy. 

NAUSICAA. 
Glaser, Esther B. 

FOREVER AFTER. 
Glasser, Leonard. 

HOWARD. 
Glenn, Bill. 

RIVER FALLS. 
Glines, John. 

THE BITCH. 



Globe Book Co., Inc. 

SIX COMPLETE WORLD PLAYS 
AND A HISTORY OF WORLD 
DRAMA. 
Glover, William Emroy. 

THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS. 
Gluck, Christoph Willibald. 

THE CADI OUTWITTED. 
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 

IPHIGENIA IN TAURIS. 
Goff, Beth. 

JACOB'S LADDER. 
Gogol, Nicolai. 

THE NOSE. 
Gogol, Nikolai Vasilievich. 

DIMITRI SCHOSTAKOWITSCH: 
DIE NASE. 
Gold, Michael. 

BATTLE HYMN. (R) 
Goldberg, Arthur J. 

EQUALITY AND GOVERNMENTAL 
ACTION. 
Goldberg, Herbert. 

THE PASSION OF GILLES DE 
RAIS. 
Golden, Joseph. 

A GARDEN SHADY. 
Goldgar, Mike. 

A PLAN FOR AN AIR LINE TO 
HOTEL BAGGAGE SERVICE. 
Golding, Stanton. 

ENDICOTT. 
Golding, William. 

INTERVIEW WITH WILLIAM 
GOLDING & JAMES KEATING. 
Go 1 dman , Jame s . 

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF HENRY 
THE SECOND. 
Goldman, Jerome Marvin. 

HAS ANYBODY SEEN MY BABY. 
Goldman, Leo. 

ENEMY -GO -ROUND. 
Goldoni, Carlo. 

DER CAMPIELLO. (R) 
Goldschlag, Eugene. 

THE 57 TH CHARMER. 
Goldsmith, Oliver. 

EVERY DAY IN EVERY WAY. 
Goldsmith, Peter, pseud. SEE 

Priestley, J. B. 
Goldstein, Dan Alan. 

THE LAST TEMPTATION. 
Goldstein, Irving. 

OVER THE RAINBOW AND TWO 
TURNS EAST. 

SING A SONG OF MACCABBEES. 
Gomar, Ralph M. 

STOCK PREMIUMS FOR THE CUS- 
TOMER, A NEW IDEA IN MER- 
CHANDISING. 
Gomer, Barry. 

SOUTH STREET. 
Gonshak, Irwin. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 
Gonzalez Prieto, Jose. 

UN RINCON DEL PARAISO. 
Goodfellow, Ellen. 

IF WOMEN WORKED AS MEN 
DO. (R) 
Goodhart, William M. 

GENERATION. 
Goodman, Evelyn. 

THE AMAZING CRUISE OF THE 
WAGER. 
Goodman, Linda Todd. 

THE COOL MIKADO. 
Goodman, Philip S. 

JOHN PETER ALTGELD. 
Goodman, Randolph. 

JOHNNY MERRIPRANKS. 
Goodwins (Leslie) Productions. 

ACELDAMA. 

CALLING EARTH. 

NEW STUDENT. 

THE QUIET STREET. 

ROMANCE. 

STUMPY. 

WILLIE FULLER. 
Goodwins (Leslie) Productions, 
Iric. 

THE ACTRESS. 



THE CAT'S PAW. 
CONCERTO. 

FIELDMEN'S BLUNDER. 
I KILLED A MAN. 
MINNIE, THE MATRIARCH. 
THE OBSERVERS. 
PARADISE ISLAND. 
PRAYER FOR A DOG. 
SIGNS IN THE SKY. 
SIXGUN SAVIOR. 
SUICIDE CORNER. 
TIME LINE. 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co . 
THE BEST THING ON WHEELS. 
GO GOODYEAR. 
GUARANTEES UNLIMITED. 
WHAT TO DO BEFORE THE ORDER 

COMES. 
YOU CAN BET YOUR LIFE. 
Gordon, Adele. SEE Erbstoes- 

zer, Mrs. Vernon. 
Gordon, Dane R. 

AN AMERICAN FAMILY. 
Gordon, Hal. 

DREAM CASINO. 
Gordon, Naomi. 

TV SERIES. 
Gorg, Alan. 

FREEDOM LAND. 
Gorki, Maxim. 

THE LOWER DEPTHS. 
Gorky, Maxim, pseud. SEE 

Peshkov, Alexey Maximovich. 
Gorman, Laura B. 

THE VACANT CHAIR. 
Gotfurt, Dorothea. 
OF MINK AND MEN. 
Gotwald, Luther A., Jr. 
THE CHURCH COUNCIL VIEWS 

ITS DUTY. 
EL CONSEJO DE LA CONGREGA- 
CION CONSIDERA EL TRABAJO 
DE EVANGELIZACION EN LA 
PARROQUIA. 
Gould, Franklin N. 

A MAN FROM UPSTATE. 
Gould, Gerald. 

FALLING ANGEL. (R) 
Goulding, Ray. 

THE ONLY DIFFERENCE. 
Gow, Ronald. 

LOVE ON THE DOLE. (R) 
Grady, James J. 

BILLYGOAT EDDIE. 
Graham, Irving. 

CALLING ALL MEN. (R) 
Graham, Lloyd. 

EVERY SKIRT A CHALLENGE. 
Graham-Lujan, James. 

FIVE PLAYS. 
Gram, Douglas M. 

'OLE WARTY. 
Grandgeorge, William. 

THE VISION. 
Grauer, Nancy Jane. 

THE SPARROWS. 
Graves, Robert. 

NAUSICAA. 
Gray, Clifford. 

AT THE SILVER SWAN. (R) 
Gray, Eunice. 

BET TWO ACROSS FOR ME. 
INVITATION TO A RAPE. 
Gray, Kenneth Neil. 

WORLD WITHOUT SOUND. 
Gray, Richard T. M. 

ANTON. 
Grayson, Philip. 

THE GREENHOUSE. 
Grebe, William R. , Jr. 
TOO LONG A BACHELOR. 
Grebe, William Ransome, Jr. 

A HOUSE AGAINST ITSELF. 
Grecian, Philip Douglas. 

STRICTLY, OUT TO LUNCH. 
Greef, Carl de. 

SENSATION IN INTERLAKEN. 
Green, Inez Harvuot. 

NOSTRA. 
Green, Paul. 

JOHNNY JOHNSON. (R) 






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1964 



NAME INDEX 



69 



Green Hornet, Inc. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 
Greene, John Lynde . 

LEVI. 
Greene, Margaret M. 

ONE NEVER KNOWS. 
Greene, Nick G. 

DERBY STAKES. 
Greene, Robert. 

FRIAR BACON AND FRIAR BUN- 
GAY. 
Greene, Stanley. 

ONE NEVER KNOWS. 
Greene, Will. 

THE UGLY SOMETHINGS. 
Greenfield, Jay R. 

JIM MARTIN. 
Greenwood, Douglas C. 

PHILIP AND NIOBE. 
Greenwood, Walter. 

LOVE ON THE DOLE. (R) 
Gregg, Jess. 

A SECRET HIDING PLACE. 
Oregor, R. R. 

THE CAT'S PAW. 
Greth, Roma. 

NO EXCHANGE. 
Grieco, Rose. 

LIVING WITH LINA. 
Grigsby, Harriett. 

THE ENCHANTED GLASSES. 
Grimm, Jakob Ludwig Karl. 

BRAND NEW SHOES. 

THE MUSICIANS OF BREMEN. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN 
DWARFS . 
Grimm, Wilhelm Karl. 

BRAND NEW SHOES. 

THE MUSICIANS OF BREMEN. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN 
DWARFS. 
Griscom, Bert. 

THE SHRIEKING OWL. (R) 

THE SONG OF DEATH. (R) 
Grissmer, John. 

KNOCK KNOCK. 
Gross, Alexander. 

NO CULTURE LIKE MY CULTURE. 
Gross, Joseph L. 

THE HUNTER. 
Grosser, Joan. 

A DAY AT SUMMER'S END. 
Grosso, Michael Thomas. 

GOD IS MY ANCESTOR. 
Grove Press, Inc. 

THE DEPUTY. 
Gruber, Mme. George Bernstein. 

LE COEUR. (R) 

ESPOIR. (R) 

LE VOYAGE. (R) 
Gruber, James S. 

WORD-STIX. 
Gruson, Ruth. 

DIE WELTRAUM-STORY. 
Guastalla, Claudio. 

LUCREZIA. (R) 
Guastalla, Marcello. 

LUCREZIA. (R) 
Guercio, Rosemarie. 

ONCE IN A LULLABY. 
Guidry, Lorelei F. 

HEY THERE, BE HAPPY. 

WHERE THE TREE FALLETH. 
Guiglia, Sascha F. 

THEORY ON THE CAUSE OF CAN- 
CER THROUGH ENERGY CHANGES 
AT THE ATOMIC PARTICLE 
LEVEL. 
Guitar Music Co. 

TROUBLE IS A LONESOME TOWN. 
Guitry, Lana Marconi. 

LA FIN DU MONDE. (R) 

GENEVIEVE. (R) 

LE MOT DE CAMBRONNE. (R) 

QUAND JOUONS-NOUS LA 
COMEDIE. (R) 
Guitry, Sacha. 

LA FIN DU MONDE. (R) 

GENEVIEVE. (R) 

LE MOT DE CAMBRONNE. (R) 

QUAND JOUONS-NOUS LA 
COMEDIE. (R) 



Gutkin, Harry. 

THE SAGA OF THOMAS THE 
WOLF. 
Guzzetti, Joseph, Jr. 
THE ISLAND OF TOMORROW 
AFTERNOON. 



H 



H-R Music. 

PLUCK 'N' LUCK. 
Hack, Ross Alexander. 

ON THE BRIDGE. 

THE VISITOR. 
Hackady, Harold Clayton. 

IT'S A WOMAN. 
Hackett, Harley E. 

CHILD OF LONELINESS. 
Hacks, Peter. 

ARISTOPHANES: DER FRIEDEN. 
Haffner, C. 

THE BAT. 
Hageman, Darwin Ira. 

ABSTRACT DRAMA NUMBER FIVE. 
Hageman, Peter, pseud. SEE 

Hageman, Darwin Ira. 
Haggart, John. 

JOHNNY TENORIO. 
Haggerty, Bruce. SEE Hagger- 

ty, Edward B. 
Haggerty, Edward B. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO PICASSO. 
Hague t, Andre. 

CAROLINE A DISPARU. 
Hailey, Oliver. 

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE. 
Haislip, Cliff. 

GOD IN THE HAW THICKET. 
Haldeman, James Lionel. 

PITCHER TO THE WELL. 
Hale, Cecil, pseud. SEE 

Hartzell, Cecil I. 
Halevy, Ludovic. 

LA BELLE HELENE. 

DOCTOR MIRACLE. 
Haley, Jay. 

THE TRIAL OF JESUS CHRIST. 
Hall, Clifford V. 

ECLIPSE OF THE HONEYMOON. 
Halle, Cliff, pseud. SEE 

Hall, Clifford V. 
Hallett, Charles A. 

AARON BURR. 
Hallifax, Peggy. 

SOMETHING SPECIAL. 
Hallmark, Joan. 

JUST TWELVE. 
Hallmark, Mrs. R. R. SEE 

Hallmark, Joan. 
Halski, Creslaw. 

NA CENZUROWANEM. (R) 

PIF PAF PUF. (R) 
Hamby, Raymond Irvin. 

THE SILENT ONE. 
Hamby, William. 

THE SOUND OF HISTORY. 
Hamby, William G. 

BIOGRAPHICAL HIGHLIGHTS OF 
JACQUELINE KENNEDY. 
Hameiri, Jacob. 

SEEDS OF APRIL. 
Hamilton, Dick, pseud. SEE 

Winter, Rudolph Theodor. 
Hamilton, James, pseud. SEE 

Lavery, John H. 
Hamilton, William. 

IN THE PRESENCE OF DEATH. 
Hammerstein, Dorothy B. 

WILDFLOWER. (R) 
Hammerstein, James B. 

WILDFLOWER. (R) 
Hammerstein, Oscar, 2d. 

WILDFLOWER. (R) 
Hammerstein, William. 

WILDFLOWER. (R) 
Hampton, Aubrey W. 

THE BEGINNING OF THE END. 

THE THOUGHT MASTERS. 

WE ARE ALL ASSASSINS. 
Hance, Burtis M. 

A THEORY ON THE BASIC CAUSE 
OF CANCER. 



Handy (Jam) Organization. 

ACCENT ON DURABILITY. 

ACCENT ON PERFORMANCE. 

THE ALL-AMERICAN BEAUTIES; 
1964 PONTIAC STYLING. 

THE ALL-AMERICAN SWEET- 
HEART. 

AMERICA'S BEST. 

THE ANATOMY OF POWER. 

APPLICATIONS UNLIMITED. 

BATTING IN THE CLEANUP SPOT. 

BEAT OUR COMPETITION. 

A BETTER WAY TO BUILD. 

THE BIG VALUE BUY IN THE 
MEDIUM-PRICE FIELD, 1963 
DYNAMIC 88. 

BRING 'EM BACK, AND THRIVE. 

BUILD THE ARMCO WAY. 

BUILT FOR FUN. 

CANOPIES. 

THE CHALLENGE OF PERFORM- 
ANCE. 

THE CHEVY -VAN. 

CLOSING. 

A CODE FOR SERVICE. 

THE COMPLAINING VOICE IS 
THE VOICE OF OPPORTUNITY. 

DO THEY REALLY MEAN IT. 

EIGHT/FIVE EXPLOSION. 

THE ELEGANT WAY TO GO. 

EVERYBODY LOSES, EVERYBODY 
WINS. 

THE EXCITING NEW BLEND OF 
STYLE AND ACTION IN THE 
LOW-PRICE FIELD: OLDSMO- 
BILE F-85 FOR 1963. 

THE EXTRA INGREDIENT. 

FALL MARKETING PERIOD. 

FILM REPORT: ARMCO 410 CB 
STAINLESS STEEL. 

FINEST OF THE WINNING WIDE 
TRACK BREED, SHOW-POWER 
STYLING. 

FINISH FIRST. 

FIVE E'S MAKE AN A. 

FOUR-SEASON SALES REASONS. 

GE PACK AND RACK EQUALS GE 
JACK. 

GET IN TUNE WITH THE TIMES. 

GETTING BACK ON THE TRACK 
TO THE CLOSE. 

GOLD, THE NEWEST COLOR IN 
TELEVISION. 

GREAT COMPOSERS AND THEIR 
MUSIC. 

THE GREATEST GROWTH SITUA- 
TION IN THE WORLD. 

GUIDEPOSTS TO THE USED CAR 
SALE. 

HIGHLIGHTS OF AN ANGLICAN 
ODYSSEY. 

HITTING THE HEAVIES. 

HOW TO KEEP HERDS HEALTHY, 
HAPPY AND PUT PROFIT IN 
THE HINDMOST. 

THE HUNGRY BREED. 

I NEVER TAKE NO FOR AN AN- 
SWER—THE PAUL JOSEPH 
STORY. 

IMAGE OF TRUE VALUE. 

IMAGINATION UNLIMITED. 

THE INTANGIBLES. 

INTRODUCTION TO THE DATA 
BOOK. 

IT PAYS TO GO STRAIGHT. 

IT TAKES TWO. 

THE KEY WORD. 

KNOW YOUR COMPETITION. 

KNOW YOUR TIME STORY. 

LET THE OWNER BE THE JUDGE. 

LET'S GET TOGETHER. 

LET'S REALLY SCORE IN '64. 

LIGHT -DUTY PROFIT AND SALES- 
MAKERS. 

LINE OF INFINITY. 

THE LONG LOOK OF LUXURY. 

THE LOOK OF A THOROUGHBRED. 

LOOK TO THE STARS. 

MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR 
MEDIUMS . 

A MATTER OF COMMON SENSE. 



MEET THE COMPETITION-- 
BUICK, OLDS, AND CHEVRO- 
LET. 

MINUTES MAKE DOLLARS. 

MONEY SAVINGS. 

MONEY TALKS, IN CLOSING 
SALES. 

THE MOST VALUABLE VOLUME. 

NEW ACTION, NEW SMOOTHNESS, 
NEW ECONOMY FOR '63. 

A NEW COMMITMENT. 

NEW LUXURY-LEVEL, TROPHY- 
POWER ENGINEERING. 

NEW SILENT GO-POWER ENGI- 
NEERING. 

A NEW STANDARD OF STYLE, 
ACTION, LUXURY IN OLDSMO- 
BILE FOR 1963. 

1963 FORD PASSENGER CAR 
PREVIEW. 

A 1963 MOTORING ADVENTURE. 

NO PLACE TO GO BUT UP. 

OLDSMOBILE; WHERE THE AC- 
TION IS. 

ONE OF THOSE DAYS. 

OPERATION PLAYBACK. 

OPERATION TUNE-IN. 

PERSONALITY +. 

POSITIVE CRANKCASE VENTI- 
LATION. 

POWER OF PRECISION. 

PROFILE ON PEOPLEISM. 

PROFILES FROM A POINT OF 
VIEW. 

RX FOR NEW BUSINESS. 

RAISING THE SIGHTS, FOR 
MORE USED CAR SALES. 

RECOMMENDED OPTIONS FOR 
HAULING TRAILERS. 

SHADE TALK. 

SELL AROUND THE I963 CHEVRO- 
LET AND CORVETTE. 

SELL AROUND THE I963 CHEVY 
II AND CORVAIR. 

SHOW-STOPPER, INTERIOR 
STYLING . 

SOMETHING NEW TO HANDLE: 
HOW MUCH. 

THE SOVIET UNION TODAY. 

SPOTLIGHT THE SHADOW MARKET. 

STARFIRE, TOPS WITH THOSE 
WHO KNOW. 

STEP UP THE PACE. 

STYLE AND PEP WITH ECONOMY. 

THE SUPER 88: FINEST CAR IN 
THE MEDIUM-PRICE CLASS. 

SWEET AS A SUMMER BREEZE. 

TAILORED TOUGH FOR THE BIG 
JOBS. 

TELL AND SELL YOUR CHEVY 
LIGHTS . 

THIS IS IT. 

TIPS ON SERVICING THE '63 
OLDS. 

TO BE HELPFUL TO PEOPLE. 

TO SELL: TELL ALL. 

TOUGH, LEAN AND BUILT FOR 
BUSINESS. 

THE TOURNAMENT OF ROSES --AN 
AMERICAN HERITAGE. 

TWO THRILLING SPORTS. 

USE ALL THE NEWS. 

THE VITAL INGREDIENT IN 
CREATING SALES. 

WATCH WORDS. 

WELCOME: KELLY GIRLS. 

WHAT MAKES SAMMY TICK. 

WHAT'S BUZZIN', COUSIN. 

WHO WANTS TO KMOW. 

WHY POWER. 

THE WOMAN'S SERVICE MARKET, 
AND WHAT THEY EXPECT. 

WONDERFUL WAYS TO GO WAG- 
GONING. 

WORK SPECIALISTS: CHEVROLET 
MEDIUM AND HEAVY-DUTY 
TRUCKS. 

YES, SIR, THAT'S YOUR BABY. 

YOU'VE GOT TO SHOW 'EM. 
Hanegbi, Yehuda. 

THE INVISIBLE CLOWNS. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



Hangartner, Minnie. 

SIGNS IN THE SKY. 
Hanidis, Julie Charles. 

BAH! BAH! WHITE SHEEP. 
Hanka, Erika. 

BER GOLEM. 
Hanley, William. 

MRS. DALLY HAS A LOVER AND 
OTHER PLAYS. 

SLOW DANCE ON THE KILLING 
GROUND. 
Hanlin, George. 

CHAPTER AND VERSE. 
Harbach, Ella S. 

STAMPEDE. (R) 

WILDFLOWER. (R) 
Harbach, Otto. 

STAMPEDE. (R) 

WILDPLOWER. (R) 
Harbach, Robert A. 

STAMPEBE. (R) 

WILDFLOWER. (R) 
Harbach, William 0.. 

STAMPEBE. (R) 

WILDFLOWER. (R) 
Harcum, Melvin Lloyd. 

THE BLACK DILEMMA. ' 
Hardesty, Charles. 

STUMPY. 
Hargrave, Roy. 

MUUMUU. 
Harmon, Fred. 

NATURE PRESENTS. 
Haron, Arthur Eric Phillip. 

THE ONE -MINDED -TWO BODIED 
PROBLEM. 
Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc. 

THE ANVIL. 

THE VISION. 
Harrington, Martha K. 

TROUBLED TWILIGHT. 
Harris, Dana V., pseud. SEE 

Brazeal, Boris R. 
Harris, David. 

DOCTOR MIRACLE. 
Harris, Don F. Bowman. 

SURFER STREET. 
Harris, Edward. 

PANACEA. 
Harris, Ethel Wilson. 

LOS INDIOS DE SAN JOSE. 
Harris, Irving. 

WORD-STIX. 
Harris, John H. 

FLY WITH LOVE. 
Harris, Katherine Jeanne. 

SUGAR BLUFF. 
Harris, Raymond Sallee. 

CAREER WOMAN. 
Harris, Richard W. 

UNDERWRITER. 
Harris, Virginia A. 

SAFRA <6k LIBRARY NO.l. 
Harris, W. Eric. 

SUCH HARMONY. (R) 

TWENTY -FIVE CENTS. (R) 
Harrison, E. Bruce, Jr. 

CONCESSION. 
Harrison, Elbert. 

ASTRONOMICAL BODIES. 
Harrity, Richard. 

A SHOVELFUL OF STARS. 
Hart, Catherine Carlisle. 

YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH 
YOU. (R) 
Hart, Elizabeth. 

WHERE ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD. 
Hart, Moss. 

YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH 
YOU. (R) 
Hart, Schaffner & Marx. 

BEHIND THE SEAMS. 
Hartman, Bessie. 

KNOB HILL. 
Hartyl, Macklym, pseud. SEE 

Black, Thomas E. H. 
Hartzell, Cecil I. 

THE LEGEND OF FIDDLER'S 
GREEN. 
Harvard University. President 
& Fellows of Harvard 
College 

ISSUES IN COLLECTIVE BAR- 
GAINING. 

ORGANIZING FOR INNOVATION. 



PITTSBURGH, GOLDEN TRI- 
ANGLE OR STEEL TRAP. 

STRATEGY FOR DEALING WITH 
OVERSEAS COMPETITION. 
Harvey, Frank. 

NORMAN. 
Harwell, Vivian G. 

SAVANNAH. 
Harwood, H. M. 

PROMISE. (R) 
Haskins, E. M. 

A GUNPOWDER PLOT. (R) 
Haskins, Mrs. E. M. 

A GUNPOWDER PLOT. (R) 
Haskins & Sells . 

PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF STA- 
TISTICAL SAMPLING IN 
AUDITING. 
Hasselgren, Ragnar E. 

LOST. 
Haubold, Cleve. 

STARBRIGHT. 
Haun, Charles. 

FORM t780PLM. 
Haun, Charles R. 

INDIANHEAD MARKET. 
Haupt, Wyatt Davidson. 

THREE HUNDRED. 
Hausenfluck, Grady Andrew. 

YESTERDAY AND MOST OF TODAY. 
Hawaii. University. Press. 

THREE PLAYS OF ANCIENT 
HAWAII. 
Hawkins, Anthony Hope. 

THE PHILOSOPHER IN THE 
APPLE ORCHARD. (R) 
Hawkins, John. 

THE PHILOSOPHER IN THE 
APPLE ORCHARD. (R) 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 

NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE'S THE 
MINISTER'S BLACK VEIL. 

THE SCARLET LETTER. 
Hayes, David. 

DRACULA-LA. 
Hayes, Patricia Mae. 

THE PATRICIA BALLET. 

THE PATRICIA BALLET FEATUR- 
ING PATRICIA HAYES "LA 
REINA RUBIA DEL TOREO" IN 
LA ROSA DEL TOREO. 

THE UNIQUE PATRICIA BALLET, 
LA ROSA DEL TOREO & CON- 
TEMPLATION OF BULLFIGHTING. 
Haynes, John Charles. 

MOONLIGHT FLIT. 
Hays, Ira, pseud. SEE 

Strider, R. Hayes. 
Hazlewood, Lee. 

TROUBLE IS A LONESOME TOWN. 
Heartbreak Music Publishers. 

MIKE. 
Heber, Denis. SEE Caslon, 

Denis Heber. 
Heffron, Richard T. 

WHEN THE SPARROW FALLS. 
Heider, Werner. 

THE TESTING OF TU FU. 
Heiken, Jack E. SEE Heiken 

(Judy) Marionettes. 
Heiken, Judith E. SEE Heiken 

(Judy) Marionettes. 
Heiken (Judy) Marionettes. 

THE FIREMAIDEN. 
Helbein, Martin. 

LET'S KISS THE MISSILES 
GOODBY. 
Helle, Dorothy May. 

THE RUGGED MEN. 
Heller, Leona. 

NA CENZUROWANEM. (R) 
Hellman, Lillian. SEE Kober, 

Lillian Hellman . 
Hellwig, Karl. 

SCHLARAFFENHOCHZEIT. (R) 
Heltai, Jeno. 

NEMA LEVENTE. (R) 
Heltai, Lilla Frohlich. 

NEMA LEVENTE. (R) 
Helwig, Paul. 

KRAMPUS UND ANGELIKA. 
Henderson, Ray. 

PLAY THAT TUNE. (R) 
Henley, Arthur. 

DIAL ANXIETY. 



Henley (Arthur) Productions. 

DIAL ANXIETY. 
Henson, James M. 

THE WITCH WHO STOLE SANTA 
CLAUS. 
Hepburn, Richard H. 

WASHING THE CAR. 
Hepburn, Richard Houghton. 

BEHOLD YOUR GOD. (R) 
Herblock, pseud. SEE Block, 

Herbert Lawrence. 
Herbrecht, 0. G. 

FOR GOD AND OUR LORD. (R) 
Herke, Kelma M. 

BIG TINY. 
Herman, George A. 

MR. HIGHPOCKETS. 
Hernandez, Carmen Leticia. 
NOCHE DE SUERTE. 
VIVO DE UN RECUERDO. 
Herndon, Venable. 

BAG OF FLIES. 
Herscher, Louis. 

IT'S GREAT TO BE A MINSTREL 
MAN. (R) 
Hersom, Harold Lester. 

IT MIGHT HAPPEN TO YOU. (R) 
Hervilliez, Gabriel d'. 

PEAU DE BANANE. (R) 
Hess & Clark Division, Rich- 
ardson-Merrell, Inc. SEE 
Richardson-Merrell, Inc. 
Hess & Clark Division. 
Heyer, William R. 

I LOOK UP. 
Heyn, Ernest V. 

JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR 
ORDERED. 
Hickenlooper, George. 

CAVIAR FOR THE GENERAL. 
Hickok, Floyd. 

LOGIC'S FOUR-TIER LOGA- 
RITHM. 
Hicks, David. 

THE MYSTIC PROFESSOR. 
Hicks, Peggy Glanville-. SEE 

Glanville-Hicks, Peggy. 
Hill, Jim. 

FROLICKING AND POLITICKING. 
Hill, Lucienne. 

POOR BITOS. 
Hillier, W. W. 

ANCESTRAL MEMORIES. 
Hilliker, Katharine. SEE Cald- 
well, Katharine Hilliker. 
Hilton, Tony. 

ONE FOR THE POT. 
Hinkle, Sarah Applegate. 

THE MUSICIANS OF BREMEN. 
Hinkle, Vernon. 

THE MUSICIANS OF BREMEN. 
Hirsch, Risa. 

SEEDS OF APRIL. 
Hirschfeld. 

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON 
THE WAY TO THE FORUM. 
Hirschfeld, Mary. 

IN SEARCH OF HAPPINESS. 
A REBIRTH OF A MIND. 
Hirsey, Lee. 

THE TRAGEDY OF JOHN F. 
KENNEDY. 
Hirsey, Sydney. 

THE TRAGEDY OF JOHN F. 
KENNEDY. 
Hivnor, Robert H. 

THE ASSAULT UPON CHARLES 
SUMNER. 
Hix, David, pseud. SEE 

Hicks, David. 
Hobin, Ronald. 

A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH. 
Hochhuth, Rolf. 

THE DEPUTY. 
Hodges, James, pseud. SEE 

Young, Jimmie Hodges. 
Hodshire, Allen Z. 

AT FIVE IN THE AFTERNOON. 
THE BLACK BOOKS AND THE 
WHITE KNIGHTS. 
Hodshire, Jere. 

AT FIVE IN THE AFTERNOON. 
THE BLACK BOOKS AND THE 
WHITE KNIGHTS. 



Hoffman, Eli Lloyd. 

BEDTIME STORIES, ITALIAN 
STYLE. 
Hoffmann -La Roche, Inc. 
SOLVING PROBLEMS IN THE 
DOCTOR-PATIENT RELATION 
SHIP. 
Hogue, Antoinette Laura. 

HE WHO KNOWS IT NOT. 
Hohenstaufen Verlag, 
Schumann K.G. 
AUSGEWAHLTE SCHAUSPIELE. 
Hohn, George K. 

SHADOW OF GLORY. 
Holcomb, Ralph. 

THE LAFAYETTE ESCADRILLE 
Holderny, Mary. 

A BIG MAN. 
Holland, Brian. 

WHAT GOES UP MUST COME 
DOWN. 
Holland, Eddie. 

WHAT GOES UP MUST COME 
DOWN. 
Holland, Louisa Emma. 
CIGARETTA'S BEAU. (R) 
THE POODLE DOG CLUB. (R) 
ROSIE'S NEW TEACHER. (R) 
Hollender, Celeste K. 

THE LITTLE BIG CITY. 
Hollywood Hits. 

ON WITH THE SHOW. 
Holm, John Cecil. 

PLAY THAT TUNE. (R) 
Holmes, Oliver Wendell. 

A PROFILE OF HOLMES. 
Holstein, Clara Belle. 

VOTE FOR ROCKEFELLER. 
Holt, Emily. 

THAT FAR PLANET, EARTH. 
Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc ; 
ROBERT FROST: A LOVER'S 
QUARREL WITH THE WORLD. 
Holten, Wes, pseud. SEE 

Chilcott, Darrell W. 
Homer, Frances. SEE Roos, 

Frances Homer. 
Hond, Stephen de. 

PEAU DE BANANE. (R) 
Honig, Edwin. 
INTERLUDES . 
Hoover Co. 

LET'S GET TOGETHER. 
Hope, Anthony, pseud. SEE 

Hawkins, Anthony Hope. 
Hope, Faith, pseud. SEE 

Wright, Fannie. 
Hopkins, Orren Winfield. 

MARE OF HO -BOHEMIA. 
Hopkins, Win. SEE Hopkins, 

Orren Winfield. 
Hopley-Woolrich, Cornell 
George. 
IF I SHOULD DIE BEFORE I 
WAKE. 
Horn, Stanford M. 

INTERNATIONAL REPORT. 
Horton, Herbert Hale. 

THREE LOVES AND A MAN. 
Horton, Kirby. 

LISTEN TO YOUR HEART. 
Horton, Mrs. Phin E., III. 

SEE Horton, Kirby. 
Hosey, Athena. 

DREAM CASINO. 
Hotchkiss, Mary L. 

THE OLD SHEEPSKIN COAT. 
TWO LINKS IN A CHAIN THAT 
DIDN'T BUST. 
Hotchkiss, Mary Lou. 

THE MYSTERY OF THE NECATO 
RANCH. 
Houghton, Frank. 

AMY CARMICHAEL AND THE 
TEMPLE CHILDREN OF INDIA. 
Houghton Mifflin Co. 

THE BAG OF FIRE, AND OTHER 

PLAYS. 
THE STRAW OX, AND OTHER 
PLAYS. 
Houlihan, T. S., Jr. 

REQUIEM FOR A BUTTERFLY. 



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NAME INDEX 



71 



mston, John M. 
JELLY DATE. (R) 
Housum, Charles Robert. 

ELLEN'S ELOPEMENT. (R) 
Howard, Alan I. 

HOT OR COLD. 
Howard, Anthony. 

DIE WELTRAUM-STORY. 
Howard, Bronson. 

OLD LOVE LETTERS. (R) 
Howard, Donald. 

HEAVENLY TWINS. 
Howard, Peter. 

DIE WELTRAUM-STORY. 
Hsin-nung, Yao. 

THE MALICE OF EMPIRE. 
Hsiung, S. I. 

LADY PRECIOUS STREAM. (R) 
Hubbard, A. Lucius. 

THE MAN WITHOUT A NAME. 
Hubbard , Haven . 

THE MAN WITHOUT A NAME. 
Huberman, Edward. 
» LIFE IS A DREAM. 
Huberman, Elizabeth. 

LIFE IS A DREAM. 
Hubler, Mildred. 

OLIVIA VAN DYKE'S NEW YORK. 
Hubler, Robert. 

OLIVIA VAN DYKE'S NEW YORK. 
Hubner, Kenneth. 
THE SUPERIORS. 
Hudson, Helen. SEE Whitcomb, 

Helen Hudson. 
Hughes, Harold Fred. 

DISCOUNT DOLLARS. 
Hughes, Langston. 

JOY TO MY SOUL. (R) 
TAMBOURINES TO GLORY. 
Hughes, Robert. 

ROBERT FROST: A LOVER'S 
QUARREL WITH THE WORLD. 
Hughes, Robert J. 

WHAT HAPPENED TO CHRISTMAS. 
Hughey, Carlyle. 

OLD NORTH STAR. 
Hume, Cyril. 

RANSOM. 
Humphries, Bruce. 

SIR EGLAMORE AND THE DRAGON. 
Hunt, Hamlen, pseud. SEE 

Cohen, Winifred H. 
Hunter, Louise C. 

THE PRICE OF A FIELD. 
Hunter, Maxwell White, II. 

NOSTRA. 
Hunter, Stuart McK. 

THE PRICE OF A FIELD. 
Huntley, Jobe. 

TAMBOURINES TO GLORY. 
Hutner, Herbert H. 

AUSCHWITZ: EXTERMINATION 

CAMP 1. 
TO GET BY TODAY. 
WHAT'S A COUPLE OF HUNDRED 
MILLION DOLLARS MORE OR 
LESS." 
Hutner, Herbert Hart. 

THE DESERT. 
Hutt, Marjorie. 

EVERYDAY THINGS AND THE 

INNER EYE. 
THE RICE PUDDING. 
Hyams, Nicholas. 

MOUSTACHE . 
Hymson, Shirley. 
THE HYPNOTIST. 



I. A. S. T. A. SEE Institute 

for Advanced Studies in the 

Theatre Arts, New York. 
Ibsen, Henrik. 

THE MASTER BUILDER. 

PEER GYNT. 

THE PILLARS OF SOCIETY. (R) 
Ihering, George A. von. 

EIN HOTEL NAMES EUROPA. 
Illica, Luigi. 

HELLERA. (R) 



Illinois Shade, division of 

Slick Corp. SEE Slick 

Corp. Illinois Shade. 
Illo, Maria. 

GOSSIP. 

MUSICAL TALES. 
Imperial Oil Co. 

COURTESY & ATTITUDE. 
Imperial Oil, Ltd. 

SELL ESSO MORE IN '64. 
Improvement Services, Inc. 

REDUCE THROUGH LISTENING. 

SMOKE NO MORE. 
Imre, Sakadi. SEE Sakadi, 

Imre. 
Ingalls, Jeremy, pseud. SEE 

Ingalls, Mildred Dodge 

Jeremy. 
Ingalls, Mildred Dodge 
Jeremy. 

THE MALICE OF EMPIRE. 
Ingham, Robert E. 

A SIMPLE LIFE. 
Ingried, Rita, pseud. 

THE IMMACULATES. 
Institute for Advanced Stud- 
ies in the Theatre Arts, 
New York. 

TA P'l KUAN. 
Institute for International 
Order, Inc. 

THE HAT. 
International Harvester Co. 

1964 DEALER MEETING FILM. 
Irving, Washington. 

ALHAMBRA. 
Irwin, Howard H. 

THE DYNAMIC THEOLOGY OF 
SCIENTIFIC CHRISTIANITY. 



Jackson, G. Basil. 

THREE GLIMPSES EAST. 
Jacobs, Bernard. 

PEACE ON YOU. 
Jacobs, Marshall Rodney. 

DESTINY AWAITS. 
Jacob son, Dan. 

THE ZULU AND THE ZEIDE. 
Jacobson, David Mervin. 

URBAN RENEWAL. 
Jacobson, Joan R. 

RELIGIOUS PLAYS THAT CLICK. 
Jacoby, Joseph. 

COMIC STRIP. 
Jacovina, Anthony C. 

BALLAD OF A PRIZEFIGHTER. 
Jacqui. SEE Meisler, 

Jacqui U. 
James, Elizabeth Coates. 

OH, MORNING STAR. 
James, Henry. 
IT'S A WOMAN. 
JAMES'S DAISY MILLER. 
James, Toni Louise. 

THE WALKING DEATH. 
Janse, Donald L. 

DEAR FRIENDS AND GENTLE 

HEARTS . 
FIFTY-FIVE'S O'CLOCK SOUNDS. 
ROUSTABOUT. 
Jarrott, David Ross. 
SKIN OF OUR FANGS. 
Jay, Evelyn I. SEE Leboutil- 

lier, Evelyn I. Jay. 
Jayme, William North. 

CARRY NATION. 
Jeanes, Harriette Swope. 

THEY MET SECRETLY. 
Jeans, Ronald. 

THE COMPOSITE MAN. (R) 
FOLLOW THE STREAMLINE. (R) 
Jefferson, Emily. 

THE MAGIC SHOES OF BALLI- 
DORE. 
Jeffery, Ransom Simon. 

TENFOLD LAUGHS AND A FEW 
TEARS . 
Jeffries, Alice Hartman. 
THE PASSIONATE PILGRIM. 



Jennings, William Dale. 
THE HINGE. 
MR. COOPER. 
JenS Heltai. SEE Heltai, 

Jenb. 
Jensen, Folmer. 

WITH SANTA CLAUS AROUND THE 
WORLD. 
Jensen, Frances Eleanor. 
PASSPORT FOR A SINNER. 
Jensen, Leonard. 
THE WHIRLPOOL. 
Jeppesen & Co. 

WEATHER FOR PILOTS. 
Jepson, Warner. 

SADDLE THE UNICORN. 
Jerome, Helen. 

THE CRICKET ON THE 

HEARTH. (R) 
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. (R) 
Jerome, Helen. SEE Ali, 

Helen Jerome. 
Jerome, Judson. 

CANDLE IN THE STRAW. 
Jewell, Donald E. 

THE THREE MUSKETEERS. 
Jewett, Sarah Orne. 

IT'S A PRETTY DAY, AIN'T IT, 
Jewish Theological Seminary 
of America. 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 
Jobete Music Co., Inc. 
WHAT GOES UP MUST COME 
DOWN. 
Johann, Zita. 

AND THEN IT WAS MORNING. 
Johns, Valjean. 

ALADDIN AND HIS GENII. 
Johnson, Birdie W. 
THE CRUCIFIXION. 
Johnson, Crane. 

THE FINEST. 
Johnson, Grace. 

ONE CHANCE FOR HEAVEN. 
Johnson, Jack D. 

HE'S A SPORT. 
Johnson, John Bruce. 

TO THE END OF THE WORLD. 
Johnson, Philip. 

THE DISTANT DRUM. (R) 
ONE MORNING VERY EARLY. (R) 
Johnston, Mrs. E. R. SEE 

Johnston, Ellen. 
Johnston, Ellen. 

LISTEN TO YOUR HEART. 
Johnston, Hezekiah. 

MIDGET TOWN U. S. A. 
Johnston, Johanna. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 
Jones, Charlotte. 

LIFE IS A DREAM. 
Jones, Elaine U. 

THE ROMAN CONVERT. 
Jones, Enid Bagnold. 

THE CHINESE PRIME MINISTER. 
Jones, Eugene L. 

AUGURWELL. 
Jones, Eva Alberta Martha. 

THE LION'S MOUTH. 
Jones, Graham, pseud. SEE 

Simon, Madeleine Marshall. 
Jones, J. S. Fairfax. SEE 

Fairfax -J ones, J. S. 
Jones, LeRoi. 

DUTCHMAN. 
Jones, Robert C. 

ALICE. 
Jones, Skinner-, Tom, pseud. 

SEE Jones, Tommy Ray. 
Jones, Tommy Ray. 

A EULOGY TO TRAVIS GREENE. 
Jones, Virgil Carrington, Jr. 

THE BEAST IN THE CAVE. 
Jordan, Harold. 

SOMETHING NEW FOR SPRING. 
Jordan, Patrick Edward. 

PIZZA ALLEY. 
Joyner, Mary S. 
ESQAPE TO DUST. 
THE MARAUDERS. 
Juhl, Jerry R. 

THE WITCH WHO STOLE SANTA 
CLAUS. 



Julesberg, Elizabeth Rider. 

PROXY PAPA. 
Julian, Doris. 

A BED OF ROSES. 
Junior League of Corpus 
Christi, Tex. 

FRITO. 

SANTA AND THE LION. 
Junior League of Corpus 
Christi, Tex. Puppet 
Group. 

FRITO . 

SANTA AND THE LION. 
Junior League of Denver, Inc. 

THE ENCHANTED GLASSES. 
Jurgensen, Charles E. 

ALL BURNED UP. 



K 



Kalil, Lorraine. 

PUSHCARTS . 
Kallesser, Michael. 

THE GREEN CUP. (R) 
Kallman, Chester. 

THE BASSARIDS. 
Kamins, James." 
HAIRY HIPS. 
OFFICE--HELP. 
Kane, Lina, pseud. SEE 

Kieffer, Leona. 
Kanin, Garson. 

COME ON STRONG. 
Kant, Joseph, pseud. SEE 

Citron, Samuel J. 
Kaplan, Samuel Louis. SEE 
Personnel Research Insti- 
tute . 
Karchmer, Sylvan. 

THE FRAGILE POTSHERD. 
THE HARVEST IS IN. 
Kargaard, Bent. 

WITH SANTA CLAUS AROUND THE 
WORLD. 
Karma Productions, Inc. 
PROMISES IN THE DARK. 
Karney, George J. 

ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION; 
RESISTING CHANGE IS SOME- 
TIMES COSTLY. 
Karp, David. 

HAMILTON FISH. 
OSCAR W. UNDERWOOD. 
Karr, Krystel. 

I CRIED. 
Kasha, Alfred J. 

THE ASSOCIATION OF THE 
DISASSOCIATED IDEA. 
Kasjemej, Fomba, pseud. SEE 

Jensen, Folmer. 
Kass, Jerome A. 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK: A PANO- 
RAMA OF SCENES ABOUT NEW 
YORK. 
THE REBELS AND OTHER PLAYS. 
Katz, Aleph M. 

DI EMESSE KHASSENE. 
Kaufman, Esther. 

IT'S A PRETTY DAY, AIN'T IT. 
Kaufman, George S. 

MEET THE AUDIENCE. (R) 
STAGE DOOR. (R) 
YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH 
YOU. (R) 
Kaufmann, Axel. 

FATAPOUFS AND THINIFERS. 
Kaufmann, Harry T. 
THE KING'S ROAD. 
Kaye, Shirley. 

FAITHFUL TO MY DARLINGS. 
Kayne, Greg. 

ALHAMBRA. 
Kazanchy, Marie. 

NOT ONE SAID GOODBY. 
Kazantzakis, Nikos. 

THE LAST TEMPTATION. 
Keach, Stacy. 

THE DECLARATION OF INDE- 
PENDENCE. 
Kean, Gerald. 

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-Iune 



Kean, Julienne Marie. 

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. 
Kearns, Alice Dorothy. 

THE SLIGHTLY MAGIC GYPSY. 
Keating, James T. 

INTERVIEW WITH WILLIAM 
GOLDING & JAMES KEATING. 
Kedas, Peter. 

MOMMY. 
Keeler, Thomas L. , Jr. 

RENDEZVOUS. 
Keister, Laura Jane. 

GETTING READY. 
Keith, David, pseud. SEE 

Wise, Keith W. 
Kellogg, John W. 

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DOG. 
Kellogg, Virginia. 

VICKI. 
Kelly Girl Service, Inc. 

WELCOME: KELLY GIRLS. 
Kelman, Kenneth. 

ONE ACT. 
Kelrao Associates. 

KELMO ASSOCIATES PRESENTS. 
Kelsey, Anna Mae. 

THE WILL. 
Kelsey, Franklin. 

SILENCE IN COURT. (R) 
Kemp , Ella . 

ROMANCE. 
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald. 

DANIEL WEBSTER. 

GENERAL ALEXANDER WILLIAM 
DONIPHAN. 

GOVERNOR JOHN M. SLATON. 

HAMILTON FISH. 

JOHN ADAMS. 

JOHN PETER ALTGELD. 

MARY S. MCDOWELL. 

OSCAR W. UNDERWOOD. 

RICHARD T. ELY. 

THOMAS HART BENTON. 
Kennedy, Lucy. SEE Brown, 

Lucy Kennedy. 
Kennedy, Mary. 

WHO WILL TIE MY SHOE. 
Kennedy, Robert. 

THE DEFENSE RESTS. 
Kent, Roger. 

ALHAMBRA. 
Kern, Jerome. 

MARK WAIN. 
Kerr, Lois Reynolds. 

NELLIE MCNABB. (R) 
Kerr, Mary. 

ALHAMBRA. 
Kerrigan, James P. 

BARKEEP. 
Kerz, Leo. 

THE DETOUR. 

HAPPY END. 
Kesselring, Joseph. 

MOTHER OF THAT WISDOM. 
Kesselring, Joseph 0. 

BUMPS MALONE. (R) 
Kessler, Woodye Webber. 

GOD'S TREES. 
Ketcherside, W. Carl. 

WHO IS MY CHRISTIAN BROTHER. 
Key, Archie F. 

STRAWBERRY BEE. 
Key Production, Inc. 

MOVING PICTURE. 

TRUMPET, BLOW TRUE. 
Kieffer, Leona. 

THE SEVENTH GUEST. (R) 
Kietzman, Anita. 

CINDERELLA. 
Kietzman, Jean. 

CINDERELLA. 
Kilbourne, Irene. SEE 

Gaertner, Irene Kilbourne. 
Kimber, Bartholomew, pseud. 

SEE Dunn, Becca Fizell. 
King, Carol Linder. 

BECAUSE WE BELIEVE. 
King, Levon G. 

YOU ARE THE MAN. 
King, \ Myrtle Louise Stone - 
sifer. 

THEATER NIGHT WITH HALO 
MEADOWS. 



King, Philip. 

HOW ARE YOU, JOHNNIE. 

ROCK-A-BYE, SAILOR. 
Kingdom Kraft Co. 

WHO IS MY CHRISTIAN BROTHER. 

YOU CAN WIN A SOUL FOR 
JESUS CHRIST. 
Kingsdale, James Robert. 

BUBBLES KATZ WORE A PEARL 
PIN. 
Kirchhofer, R. A. 

THE GLOUCESTER SPORT'S 
DAUGHTER. 
Kirk, Stanley. 

SOME OF THE FEW. 
Kirkpatrick, John. 

EIGHT WOMEN - AND A GHOST. 
Kirkup, James. 

THE PHYSICISTS. 
Kirland, Joseph. 

THE MINOTAUR. 
Kissel, Howard W. 

IL TR0UBLESH00T0RE. 
Kissen, Fan. 

THE BAG OF FIRE, AND OTHER 
PLAYS. 

THE STRAW OX, AND OTHER 
PLAYS. 
Kitani, Shigeo. 

THE SOUND OF NIGHT. 
Kitt, Henry. 

A MOMENT IN ORBIT. 

MOVE AND COUNTER-MOVE. 

WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY THAT. 
Kittredge, Ernest Roy. 

CLOTHO - NOT DESTINED, 
DARLING, DOOMED. 
Klaus, Kenneth Blanchard . 

MOIRA. 
Klee, Barbara Lynne . 

THE MAGIC RIVER. 
Klein, Terese. 

CATCH THE BRASS RING. 
Klenau, Paul von. 

REMBRANDT VAN RIJN. (R) 
Klimt, Margaretha von Klenau. 

REMBRANDT VAN RIJN. (R) 
Kline, Herbert. 

BOLIVAR. 

THE HILL OF HOPE. 

THE REBEL QUEEN. 
Kline, Norman. 

HERBIE AND SUMNER. 
Knauth, Oliver D. 

LINKING LETTERS. 

WORD LINKS, 
Knight, Anna A. 

HORSES -JUST HORSES. 

THE WALK COLLAPSES. 
Knisely, Clyde J. 

LECTURE ON VIRGINITY. 
Knollwood Music Corp. 

COMMERCIALS TO CRINGE BY. 
Knott, Richard, pseud. SEE 

Salaway, Ralph. 
Knowles, A. Beatrice. 

THE SAINT. (R) 
Kober, Lillian Hellman . 

DAYS TO COME. (R) 
Koch, George. 

PUSS IN BOOTS OUT WEST. 
Kocher, Mrs. Walter, Sr. 

THE DISSONANT LULLABY. 
Kohout, Jara. 

WE APPLES ARE SWIMMING. 
Konick, Marcus. 

SIX COMPLETE WORLD PLAYS 
AND A HISTORY OF WORLD 
DRAMA. 
Koning, Victor. 

LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT. 
Kopp, Harriet. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 
Korb, Arthur. 

A MUSICAL STORY OF PETER 
PAN. 
Kotto, Frederick Samuel. SEE 

Ingried, Rita, pseud. 
Kotto, Rita Ingried. SEE 

Ingried, Rita, pseud. 
Koven, Stanley A. 

BEYOND POWER. 



Kowalska, Ariadna. 

THE CORONATION OF AN AMERI- 
CAN BEAUTY. 
Kozma, Tibor. 

LA TRAVIATA. 
Kramm, Joseph. 

ALL HONORABLE MEN. 
Kranz, William. 

QUEEN ESTHER AND THE KING. 
Kreutz, Irving William. 

THE YEAR IS GOING, LET HIM 
GO. 
Kromer, Helen Lenore. 

FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE. 
Krouse, Morton. 

THE NICEST FARM IN MANHAT- 
TAN. 
Kruger, Mollee C. 

THE BALLAD OF HIGH ENTROPY. 
Kueffner, Frances. 

THE HOBBY HOUSE. 



La Barca, Pedro Calderon de. 

SEE Calderon de la Barca, 

Pedro. 
Labow, Jack. 

MOPEALONG, THE SINGING 
HORSE. 
Lackey, Joseph. SEE Heart- 
break Music Publishers. 
La Corte, Edward C. 

YOUR SENSES. 
Lacy, Carolyne . 

THE TRIAL AT SILVER SPUR. 
LaGuire, Orville A. 

C. P. A.: THE UNDEDUCTIBLES. 

DIG THAT CRAZY WEATHERMAN: 
SAM SUNSHINE. 

LANCE LA GRANCE, PRIVATE 
EAR. 

TV DOCTORS: DR. PILLDARE, 
EXTERN. 
Lake, Bonnie Louise. 

LEVI. 
Lamas, Fernando. 

A PLACE CALLED GLORY. 
Lambert, Barbara Arden. 

THE SAINT. (R) 
Lambly, Joan. SEE Wilson, 

Mrs. Joan. 
Lammers, Stanton M. 

THE GREAT ART TABOR. 
Lancaster, Richard. 

THE COUNTRY WOMAN. 
Lancer Productions. 

SO THIS IS PARIS. 
Land, Rocky, pseud. SEE 

Land, Stanford L., Sr. 
Land, Sanford L. , Sr. 

SIXGUN SAVIOR. 
Lane, Dorothy, pseud. SEE 

Brecht, Bertolt. 
Lang, Gene Richard. 

THE UNTAMED ENCHANTRESS. 
Lang, Jack E. 

ALICE. 
Lang, William Aloysius, II. 

NAP TIME IN NEWPORT. 
Langbaum, Robert. 

THE TEMPEST. 
Langer, Frantisek. 

JISKRA V POPELU. 
Langley, Noel. 

SAWDUST CAESAR. 
Lanzl, Frank. 

YOU -CAN GO HOME AGAIN, 
WILLY GREENFERN. 
Lapena-Bonifacio, Amelia. 

WALKING CANES AND FANS. 
Lardner, Ring, Jr. 

A TIME OF VENGEANCE. 
Larsen, William. 

AFTER EDEN - WHAT. 
Lask, Marilyn. 

THE ELEPHANT'S BIRTHDAY 
PARTY. 
Latraz, Jean de . 

LA FESSEE. (R) 



Latraz, Simone Peigniet de. 

LA FESSEE. (R) 
Lauren, Fredda, pseud. SEE 

Fleischman, Frieda. 
Laurence, Shaunee. SEE 

Broudy, Shaunee Laurence. 
Lauther, Howard. 

OTHER VOICES. 
Lavery, Emmet. 

YANKEE DOODLES. 
Lavery, John H. 

SUICIDE CORNER. 
Lawder, Lee E. 

THE TIMES SQUARE MIRACLES. 
Lawrence, Paul R. 

ORGANIZING FOR INNOVATION. 
Lazo, Lilia. 

CUATRO CUENTOS DEL EXILO. 
Lea, Perez. SEE Perez, Lea. 
Leaks, Sylvester. 

IN THESE MY WORDS. 
Learned, Edmund P. 

STRATEGY FOR DEALING WITH 
OVERSEAS COMPETITION. 
LeBaron, Constance. 

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD. 

THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN. 

THE VILLAIN AND THE MAIDEN. 
Lebin, Lawrence B. 

ALL BANNERS DOWN. 

MY KID; YOUR KID. 
Leblanc, Claude. 

L'HOMME DANS L'OMBRE. (R) 
Leblanc, Maurice. 

L'HOMME DANS L'OMBRE. (R) 
Leboutillier, Evelyn I. Jay. 

A SEAL IS A SEAL. 
Leckie, Mary. 

IMAGE, INCORPORATED AND 
OTHER SKETCHES. 
Lecocq, Alexandre Charles. 

LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT. 
LeCroy, Malline B. 

OUR FLAG, THE SYMBOL OF 
FREEDOM. 
Le Croy, Ruth. 

PLANT THE SEED. 
Lee, Bert, pseud. SEE 

Gittler, Bertha. 
Lee, C. Y. 

THE GIRL FROM CAT STREET. 
Lee, Jay, pseud. SEE Lust- 
man, Jack A. 
Lee, Judith Jeffrey. 

HOMECOMING. 

CHICAGO HAS EVERYTHING. 
Leen, Gwen . 

SOPHIA. 
Leenhouts, Edith. 

JOHNNY BROKE A BOTTLE. 

MUUMUU. 
Leenhouts, Grant. 

JOHNNY BROKE A BOTTLE. 

MUUMUU. 
Leff, Esther Rivka. 

THE FAVORITE JAN PEERCE. 
Lega, Antonio. 

IL DOTTOR OSS. (R) 
Lega, Eredi. 

IL DOTTOR OSS. (R) 
Legge, Sylvia. 

I HAVE FIVE DAUGHTERS. (R) 
Legrand, Dominique. 

ALEXANDRA . 
Lehner, Stephen S. 

THE PARTY SHOP. 
Leigh, Burt, pseud. SEE 

Gittler, Bertha. 
Leigh, Calvin, pseud. SEE 

Topliff, Calvin. 
Leigh, Sarah, pseud. SEE 

Lee, Sarah. 
Leisk, Harry George. 

NOT EVEN ASHES. 
Lench, Charles Harris. 

RUTH. 
Lendhurst, Pearl. 

THE MYSTERIOUS TREASURE. 
Lengyel, Cornel Adam. 

OMEGA. 



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73 



Lengyel, Melchior. 

LABAN'S DAUGHTERS. 
Lenhart, Charmenz Shirley. 

ALL HONORABLE MEN. 
Leokum, Arkady. 

FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS. 
Leon, Felix. 

THE ZULU AND THE ZEIDE. 
Leonard, Blanche Alice. 

SAINT OF LONDON. 
Leonard, Herman Walter. 

SAINT OF LONDON. 
Leonard, Paul Herman, pseud. 

SEE Leonard, Herman Walter. 
Lerner, Erwin H. 

THE EUPHORIA BAR. 
LeRoy, Warner. 

TCHIN-TCHIN. 
Lesh, Ulysses Samuel. 

SASAYGA. 
Leskov, N. 

CATERINA ISMAILOVA. 

KATERINA ISMAILOVA. 
Lester, S. 
* STOP SMOKING. 
Lettunich, Mateo. 

CHEZ MAXIME. 
Levant, Lila. 

MOPEALONG, THE SINGING 
HORSE. 

THE STORY OF A MUSIC NOTE. 
Levaur, Patricia-Beth. 

ONCE UPON A FESTIVAL. 

TONIGHT AT MY PLACE. 
Levene, Philip. 

KILL TWO BIRDS. 
Levenson, Samuel. 

CONTRADICTIONS. 

GENIUSES AND NURSERY 
SCHOOL. 

GRANDMA & THE EARLY URGE. 
Levenstein, Hesper Anderson. 

HIGH TOR. (R) 

THE MASQUE OF KINGS. (R) 

THE WINGLESS VICTORY. (R) 
Leverenz, Jack Henry. 

RIVER OF BLOOD. 
Leverton, Mrs. Ed S. 

OLD LOVE LETTERS. (R) 

THE PILLARS OF SOCIETY. (R) 
Leverton, Garrett H. 

OLD LOVE LETTERS. (R) 

THE PILLARS OF SOCIETY. (R) 
Levetzow, K. M. von. 

ENOCH ARDEN. (R) 
Levin, G. Roy. 

HUMPHREY, ARMAND AND THE 
ARTICHOKE. 
Levin, Jerry Lee. 

SOLOMON SEZ. 
Levin, Michael. 

AFTER LONG SILENCE. 
Levin Robert S. 

SALES SEMINAR INCLUDING 
PRESENTATION AND TRAINING 
COURSE FOR REPRESENTATIVES 
OF PROFESSIONAL SPORTS 
FIRMS WHO SIGN PROFESSION- 
AL ATHLETES. 
Levine, Wendy. 

TREASURE ISLAND. 
Levinson, Alfred. 

THE DEVIL YOU SAY. 
Levis, Marjorie Rice. 

THE SNAPPY REVUE SKETCH- 
ES. (R) 
Levitt, Harold N. 

THE BOX. 
Levitt, Theodore. 

PITTSBURGH, GOLDEN TRIANGLE 
OR STEEL TRAP. 
Levoy, Myron. 

ELI AND EMILY. 
Levy, Melvin. 

THE HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY. (R) 
Lewin, David. 

I TAKE THIS WOMAN. 
Lewin, John. 

THE AGAMEMNON OF AESCHYLUS. 

AMERICAN NIGHT. ■ 
Lewis, Arthur Allen. 

THE TYREE'S. 



Lewis, Halden L. 

YOUR NUMBER IS UP. 
Lewis, Hugh X. 

EVOLUTION AND THE BIBLE. 
Lewis, John. 

TO KILL A MAN. (R) 
Lewis, Linda, pseud. SEE 

Burson, Linda. 
Lewis, Ray. 

THE FIRST WORLD WAR. 
Li, Tche-Houa. 

LE SIGNE DE PATIENCE, ET 
AUTRES PIECES DU THEATRE 
DES YUAN. 
Libby, Janis K. 

THE MONEY GAME. 
Library Filmstrip Center. 

INTRODUCTION TO USE OF THE 
GLOBE, MAP, ATLAS. 

YOUR LIBRARY, PLACE OF 
LIVING LEARNING. 
Liddelow, Nicholas Royston. 

PUTTING A FOOT IN IT. 
Lieberman, David Lee. 

THE OFFERING OF PHOENIX. 
Lieberman, Herbert Henry. 

GOODNIGHT GRACE KELLY, 
WHEREVER YOU ARE. 
Lieberman, Kenneth A. 

THE MAGIC RIVER. 
Liebich, Carolyn F. 

BUT HENRY HAS HEART. 
Liebman, Marvin. 

DRUMS OF MORNING. 
Liggat, James. 

NO TIME FOR LOVE. 
Light, James Rayburn. 

CHARADIO. 
Lind, Donald C. 

EMPTY AND WAITING. 
Lindberg, Wayne A. 

A LOCAL AFFAIR. 
Linde (Victor van der) Co., 

Inc. SEE Van der Linde 

(Victor) Co., Inc. 
Lindenmeyer, R. 0. 

CAUGHT IN A SUMMER STORM. 
Lindgren, Astrid. 

PIPPI LONGSTOCKING . 
Lindgren, Douglas C. 

THE SQUARE. 
Lineberger, James L. 

LAY DOWN MY SHIELD. 
Linkletter, Art. 

WHERE DID YOU COME FROM. 
Linn, David R. 

BALLAD OF A LATER DAY. 
Linton, Mildred B. 

MR. 2-2 FROM MARS. 
Lion, Frank J. 

HELLO, SANTA CLAUS. 
Lion Pub . Co . , Inc . 

SOLEMN PRAYER. 

WHAT IS AN ALBUM. 
Lipczynski, Zbigniew. 

NA CENZUROWANEM. (R) 

PIF PAF PUF. (R) 
Lipschitz, Cecelia. 

MARCH FOR FREEDOM ON CHRIST- 
MAS. 
Lipton, Edward. 

OLIVIA VAN DYKE'S NEW YORK. 
Listen & Learn Record Co. 

AGOO, THE HUNTER. 

THE KITE 8= KEY. 

LET'S PLAY ASTRONAUT. 

LET'S PLAY TRAFFIC COP. 

MOTHERS MAGIC SANDMAN. 

THINGS TO DO ON A RAINY DAY. 
Littell, Edward M. 

THE KNIGHT IS GREEN. 
Little, Olga A. G. 

WHAT'S YOUR PROBLEM. 
Little, Peter Clarke. 

THE SELF ROOM. 
Livernash, E. Robert. 

ISSUES IN COLLECTIVE BAR- 
GAINING. 
Lloyd, Megan. 

THE CHURCH AFFAIR. 
Locle, Camille du. 

DON CARLOS. 



Lodge, Carter. 

FLOWERS OF THE FOREST. (R) 

MOST OF THE GAME. (R) 
Lohner-Beda, Fritz. 

DER GUTIGE ANTONIUS. (R) 
Loewe, Ralph E. 

THE KILLING AT BENTLEY 
CORNER. 
Logue, Hallie. 

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER. 
Loiseau, Mayo, pseud. SEE 

Loizeaux, Mayo A. 
Loizeaux, Mayo A. 

ANTON. 
Lomax, Joan. 

THE CHRISTMAS SHOES OF 
DIEGO. 
Lombardo, Mario. 

FUNNY YOU SHOULD SAY THAT. 
Long, Richard A. 

THE VOICES. 
Long, William B. 

A TALE FOR WOULD-BE KINGS. 
Longfellow, H. W. 

ENDICOTT. 
Longo, Albert. 

HER IDEA OF LOVE. 
Longstreth, Edward. 

THE FEAST OF LIGHTS. 
Loop, Lindy, pseud. SEE 

Lindenmeyer, R. 0. 
Loos-Blanck, Ninette T. SEE 

Blanc, Ninette Emma. 
Lorca, Federico Garcia. SEE 

Garcia Lorca, Federico. 
Lorch, Ann. 

JUST TWELVE. 
Lord, Leon, pseud. SEE 

Hersom, Harold Lester. 
Lorenz Pub. Co. 

WHAT HAPPENED TO CHRISTMAS. 
Loring, Janet. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS 
AND THE BLUEBELL BUSH. 
Lorito, Lodovico. 

TAHITI TANE. 
Love, Carole N. 

THE ENIGMA. 
Loverich, Nellie. 

THE ROSE OF THE RANCHO. (R) 
Low, Mrs. Abraham A. 

AVERAGENESS AND EXCEPTION- 
ALITY. 

THE COURAGE TO MAKE MIS- 
TAKES. 

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NERVOUS 
PERSONS AND NERVOUS 
PATIENTS . 

EXCEPTIONALITY & AVERAGE- 
NESS. 

EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EN- 
VIRONMENT. 

HANDLING FRUSTRATIONS. 

HELPLESSNESS AND HOPELESS- 
NESS. 

LEADERSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP. 

MUSCLES AND MENTAL HEALTH. 

ORDER, BELIEFS AND CONVIC- 
TIONS . 

STEPPING IN AND TAKING OVER. 

TEMPER AND TEMPERAMENT. 

TOTAL VIEW AND PARTIAL VIEW. 

TOTAL VIEW AND PARTIAL 
VIEWPOINTS. 

WILL, BELIEFS AND MUSCLES. 
Luce, Clare Boothe. 

THE WOMEN. (R) 
Lucfchardt, Philip G. 

CRY SOFTLY, VENUS. 
Ludowa Sp6/dzielnis Wydawnicza. 

KARIERY: LIST OD IRENY 8c 
PORA FI0^K6W. 
Lujan, James Graham. SEE 

Graham-Lujan, James. 
Lundvall, Merle E. 

BABYLON BEND, A LEGEND OF 
SPOON RIVER. 
Lundvall, Virginia H: 

BABYLON BEND, A LEGEND OF 
SPtS)0N RIVER. 
Lunn, William Reid. 

TRANSFORMATION SCENE. (R) 



Lustman, Jack A. 

CALGARY. 
Lynch, Harold V., Jr. 

PUSS IN BOOTS OUT WEST. 
Lyndon, Barre . 

THE AMAZING DR. CLITTER- 
HOUSE. (R) 
Lynn, James. 

GOLDY-LOCKS AND THE THREE 
BEARS . 
Lyttleton, David, pseud. SEE 

Haynes, John Charles. 



M 



Maas, Hazel I. 

THE BELT. 
McCausley, Loraine. 

YOU'LL NEVER SEE HER AGAIN. 
McCleery, William. 

GOOD MORNING, MISS DOVE. 
McCline, Gloria. 

NEW STUDENT. 
McCoy, Paul. 

TRUTHFULLY YOURS. 
McCue, Lillian Bueno. SEE 

De la Torre, Lillian. 
McCullers, Carson. 

THE PALY, THE BALLAD OF THE 
SAD CAFE. 
McCullough, Anderson T. 

WESTWARD BLOWS THE WHEAT. 
McDonald, David J., Jr. 

MARYA. 
McDonald, Dexter C. 

COMBAT; THE CHANCE MEETING. 
McEnteer, James B. 

COCKTAILS AT CARTER'S 
JUNCTION. 
MacEwan, Grant. 

CALGARY. 
McFadden, Lulu Pearl. 

THE QUIET STREET. 
McFadden, Robert J. 

THE FINK AND I. 
McGaughan, Geraldine. 

AFTERWARDS. (R) 
McGee, James V. 

SUN STROKE. 
McGill, Arthur C. 

THE POWER OF GOD AND THE 
PROBLEM OF SUFFERING. 
McGilpin, Douglas Moore. 

THE DUAL THRONE. 
McGirt, Harry. 

GIRAFFE AND NEVADA. 
McGlynn, Francis Raymond. 

COME AGAIN TO CARTHAGE. 

FLUNG ROSES. 

MEMORIAL SERVICE. 

TO EVERYTHING A SEASON. 
McGrath, Kyran M. 

THE AFTERMATH. 

NIGHTLIFE. 

STILL IN THE FAMILY. 
Machura, Thomas J. 

MARBLES WITH THE BIG TOYS. 
Maciejewska, Wanda. 

KARIERY: LIST OD IRENY & 
PORA FI0EK6W. 
Mcllnay, Dean. SEE Mcllnay, 

Robert . 
Mcllnay, Robert. 

ABDUCTION OF THE METHODISTS. 
McKay, Cameron W. 

YOUR BARY'S FIRST YEAR. 
Mackay, Percival. 

AT THE SILVER SWAN. (R) 
McKee, Helen Forrest. 

BULLY HILL. 
Mackenzie, David. 

THE NATURALIST. 
Mackey, William Wellington. 

THE MULBERRY BUSH. 

A REQUIEM FOR BAY ALLEY. 
Mackie, Philip. 

THE WHOLE TRUTH. 
Mackie, Wade Craven. 

CALLOWAY. 
McKimmon, Helen. 

THE RAINBOW PALACE. (R) 



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Jan.-June j 



McLain, Constance T. 

BIG MAMA. 
McLaughlin , Eileen D. 

PURGE THE DARKNESS. 
MacLeish, Archibald. 

THE FALL OF THE CITY. (R) 
McLoughlin, Maurice. 

SHADOW IN THE SOT. 
McMahan, Robert. 

FOTNY FARM. 
McMahon, John William , Jr. 

COFFEE COMMERCIAL. 
McMenamin, William M. 

QUEST FOR AN UNINHIBITED 
ISLAND. 
McMillan, J. Medica, Abp. 

BETRAYAL. 
MacNamara, Margaret. 

I HAVE FIVE DAUGHTERS. (R) 
McNamara, Thomas Patrick, Jr. 

ALICE. 
McNeely, Jerry Clark. 

THE STARING MATCH. 
MacNeice, Hedli. 

THE MAD ISLANDS & THE 
ADMINISTRATOR. 
MacNeice, Louis. 

THE MAD ISLANDS & THE 
ADMINISTRATOR. 
Madden, George William. 

SOMEONE'S WIDENING OUR 
BROADWAY. 
Magee, Gertrude Lane. 

SMARTEST GAL IN TOWN. 
Magee, Judy, pseud. SEE 

Magee, Gertrude Lane. 
Magnuson . Ronald G. 

REQUIEM FOR A BUTTERFLY. 
Magowan, Stephen Charles. 

VOICES THAT HAVE DIED. 
Mahoney, Jane W. 

STAR IDENTIFICATION. 
Mahonig Valley Broadcasting 
Corp. 

MISTY, APARTMENT 1240. 
Maibaum, Richard. 

RANSOM. 
Maier, Charles Martin. 

THE WEAVER OF REVELOE. 
Maki, William. 

BACK DOOR. 
Mallet, Gaston. 

MRS. BROWN -SMITH ' S CARRIAGE 
HOUSE. 
Mallow, Ramon D. 

SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT OF 
THE CHURCH. 
Maltz, Maxwell. 

THE' SOUND OF THE RAM'S 
HORN. 
Manchester, Joe. 

RUN, THIEF, RUN. 

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER 
MITTY. 
Mandel, Mel. 

THAT FUNNY SMOKING ALBUM. 
Mangaard, Inc. 

THE SLAVES. 
Manger Music, Inc. 

BILL COSBY IS A VERY FUNNY 
FELLOW, RIGHT. 
Mankiewicz, Don M. 

GENERAL ALEXANDER WILLIAM 
DONIPHAN. 

GOVERNOR JOHN M. SLATON. 
Mann , Thomas . 

LUISELLA. 
Manning, Christine, pseud. 

SEE Whiteford, Edith L. 
Manning, Hilda, pseud. SEE 

Reach, James. 
Manning, Irene, pseud. SEE 

Green, Inez Harvuot. 
Manning, Marvin Talmadge. 

OUI MONSIEUR. 

TOMORROW AND TOMORROW AND. 
Mannino, Franco. 

LUISELLA. 
Mansfield, Elizabeth L. 

UNCLE ALBERT. 
Mansfield, Elizabeth Lulu. 

DIZZY LINES AND LYRICS OF 
1936. (R) 



Mansfield, Lewis P. 

DREAM OF DELPHI. 
Manus, Willard. 

THE DOWN PEOPLE. 
Manville, Marian S. 

SING A SONG OF SAGEBRUSH. 
Marai, Sandor. 

THE HONEYMOON. 

SPEAK WELL OF THE DEAD. 

UBER TOTE NUR GUTES. 
March, Guy, pseud. SEE 

Frank, Guy. 
Marchand, Leopold. 

DER SCHNEIDER IM 
SCHLOSS. (R) 

LA VIE EST SI COURTE. (R) 
Marco, Pascal. 

EVENING STAR. 
Marconi, Lana. SEE Guitry, 

Lana Marconi. 
Marcus, Emanuel. 

PALACE OF A THOUSAND 
DREAMS. 
Mardikian, Amy. 

GLADYS AND THE MARABOUS - 
STORKS. 
Marier, John. 

RIVER FALLS. 
Marini, Mario. 

AUGURWELL. 
Maritime Safety Institute of 
America. 

AIDS TO NAVIGATION. 

THE MARINER'S COMPASS. 
Marks, Maurice. 

GIVE ME TOMORROW. (R) 

THE KINGS BREAKFAST. (R) 
Maron, William. 

THE FIND. 
Marriott, Lewi Keith. 

ON THE BRINK. 
Marriott, Louis, pseud. SEE 

Marriott, Lewi Keith. 
Marshall, Robert G. 

LES MOUCHES. 
Martel, Rosmarin, pseud. SEE 

Joyner, Mary S. 
Martens, Anne Coulter. 

A CERTAIN JUST MAN. (R) 

DON'T DARKEN MY DOOR. (R) 

TANGERINE TALENT. 
Martin, Francis B. 

PURE HEARTS AND NASTY 
MINDS. 
Martin, John W. 

THE DEFENSE RESTS. 
Martin, John Wiley. 

THE SILK STOCKING BANDIT. 
Martin, Ruth. 

THE CADI OUTWITTED. 
Martin, Thomas. 

THE CADI OUTWITTED. 
Marty, Jean Pierre. 

L' ULTIMO SELVAGGIO. 
Marx, Arthur. 

THE IMPOSSIBLE YEARS. 
Marx, Samuel. 

A CONFLICT OF INTEREST. 
Mary Poverello, Sister. SEE 

Poverello, Sister. 
Mary Vernon, Sister. SEE 

Vernon, Sister. 
Maschwitz, Eric. 

BALALAIKA. (R) 
Mascorieto, Jeddu C. R. 

Rodriguez. SEE Rodriguez 

Mascorieto, Jeddu C. R. 
Masino, Paola. 

LUISELLA. 
Masters, Roy. 

CONQUERING DIFFICULT PROB- 
LEMS WITH THE POWER OF 
LOVE. 
Mathew, Gladys. 

THE BAT. 
Mathews, Robert W . 

LOVE THEY LABOURS. 
Mathias, Alice Hammerstein. 

WILDFLOWER. (R) 
Mathias, Michael Theodore. 

BEYOND TIME. 

POGO'S END. 



Maughling, M. 

THREE BALLAD MIMES. (R) 
Maurer, Douglas. 

FATAPOUFS AND THINIFERS. 
Maurier, George Louis Pal- 

mella Busson du. SEE Du 

Maurier, George Louis 

Pamella Busson. 
Mauro , Ralph . 

DAVID -MAURO REVUE. 
Maurois, Andre. 

FATAPOUFS AND THINIFERS. 
Maxbill Productions. 

THIS IS MARYLAND. 
Maxwell, John David. 

SAMOLUBIV OR TROTSKY, A 
TOTALITARIAN TRAGEDY. 
May, Allie, pseud. SEE 

Bevins, Alice. 
May, Georges. 

POLYEUCTE & LE MENTEUR. 
Mayers, Myron. 

DOES THE ARTIST NEED THE 
CRITIC. 
Maynor, Morris R. 

MARBLES WITH THE BIG TOYS. 
Maynor, Rob. SEE Maynor, 

Morris R. 
Mayol, Jacques. 

THE BLUE ABYSS. 
Mazer, Virginia. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 
Mead, George. 

THE LAST SAVAGE. 

L' ULTIMO SELVAGGIO. 
Meano, Cesare. 

LA MORTE DE FRINE. (R) 
Means (F. W. ) & Co. 

ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION; 
RESISTING CHANGE IS SOME- 
TIMES COSTLY. 
Medary, Margaret P. 

WHO IS MY NEIGHBOR. 
Medirecords Co. 

MOW YOUR BABY. 
Medlock, Henrietta G. 

A TINY, TINY CORNER. 
Meehan, Geoffrey T. 

THE GOLDEN TOUCH. 
Meehan, Thomas J. 

BRIGHT BUT BLIND. 
Meilhac, Henri. 

LA BELLE HELENE. 
Meisler, Jacquiline U. 

BEYOND THURSDAY. 
Meitzer, Fred W. 

THE ENCHANTED SADDLE. 

THE SEARCH FOR THE SNORK. 
Melanos, Jack, pseud. SEE 

Melonakos, Jack A. 
Melanos, Jack A. 

SINBAD THE SAILOR. 
Melchior, lb. 

THE MICRO MEN. 
Mellen, James V. 

DON DEAN. 
Mellow, Stephen. 

THE SCHNORRER. 
Melonakos, Jack A. 

SINBAD, THE SAILOR. 
Melville, Alan. 

DEVIL MAY CARE. 
Mendelsohn, Joyce. 

BILLY'S DAY. 
Menotti, Gian Carlo. 

THE LAST SAVAGE. 

L 1 ULTIMO SELVAGGIO. 
Mentch, Bruce. 

2771. 
Menzies, Archibald Norman. 

THE ASTONISHED OSTRICH. (R) 
Mercier, Joan M. 

WELL, I GUESS I'LL JUST 
HAVE TO READ A BOOK. 
Mercier, Ruth E. 

BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON. 
Mercure de France. 

LA TEMPETE. 
Merry, Tom, pseud. SEE 

Stcitt, Thomas M. 
Mery, Josephe. 

DON CARLOS. 



Metcalfe, Felicia. 

UNDER SEPERATE COVER. 
Metropolitan Life Insurance 
Co. 

LOUIS PASTEUR AND THE GERM 
THEORY OF DISEASE. 
Metzger, Wendell. 

AN AMERICAN NOH. 

THE BOY PLAY. 

JIMMY. 

THE LEMMINGS. 

MISERY RAPE. 

NIGHT AND DAY. 

THE TWO. 

WHO IS MISS WENTWORTH. 
Meyer, Frederick R. 

THE UPSTART. 
Meyer, Jean. 

L'AGE IDIOT. 
Meyers, Martin. 

MYOPIA-I: PORTRAIT OF TWO 
MEN DYING. 
Meyerson, Elsa B. 

NO JARRING NOTE. (R) 
Michaels, Ruth Gruber. 

THE GIFT OF LIFE. 
Michaels, Sidney. 

DYLAN. 

TCHIN-TCHIN. 
Michel, Jean Bloch-. SEE 

Bloch-Michel, Jean. 
Michel, Leon. 

THE KILOWATTS AT HOME. 
Michel (Leon) Inc. 

THE KILOWATTS AT HOME. 
Michele, Lorraine, pseud. 

SEE Seymour, Lorraine 

Michele. 
Micheline, Jack, pseud. SEE 

Silver, Harvey. 
Middlemass, Robert. 

OUR DEAREST POSSESSION. (R) 

OUR REPUTATION. (R) 
Miglionico, Ronald. 

YOU ONLY NEED EVERYTHING. 
Mikkola, Joyce Nicholls. 

LADY, SIGN HERE. 

THE QUEEN'S DIAMOND. 
Miles, C. Austin. 

SONGS AND STORIES OF 
MOTHER. (R) 
Milhaud, Darius. 

THE ABDUCTION OF EUROPA. 

ARIADNE ABANDONED. 

THE LIBERATION OF THESEUS. 
Miller, Albert G. 

THE LAND OF HANKY-PANKY. 
Miller, Albert Griffith. 

YOUNG MARK TWAIN. 
Miller, Ann. 

PREDICT AND PROSPER. 
Miller, Arthur. 

AFTER THE FALL. 
Miller, Donald M. 

TWO HEFFALUMPS IN EVERY 
GARAGE. 
Miller, Emily E. 

GOOD MORNING & JUST A 
HOUSEWIFE. 
Miller, Genevieve A. 

TAJ MAHAL. 
Miller, Grant Woodrow. 

THE MARCH. 
Miller, Jack. 

THE WEDDING BED. 
Miller, Michael. 

THE ROOMMATE. 
Miller, Polly. 

CHARLIE PRESCOTT, GO TO 
HELL. 
Miller, Roberta. 

ROOM SEVEN NOWHERE. 
Miller, Sarah Walton. 

I SAW HIM. 
Miller, Wayne L. 

THE GARGOYLE. 
Milligan, Alfred L. 

THE MARTINS AND THE COYS. 
Milligan, Andy. 

THE TYREE'S 
Millikin, Marta Abba. 

TONIGHT WE IMPROVISE. (R) 



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Milne , Alan Alexander. 

I A. A. MILNE'S WINNIE-THE- 

POOH. 
Milne, W. S. 

THE LAMP SHADE. (R) 
kilo, Joseph V. 

DIAMOND TURNING TO SPACE 
AGE REQUIREMENTS. 
Mintz, Sandra. 

GOD WITH A WALKING STICK. 
Mintzer. Carol. 
I PHONICS IN THE LITTLE RED 

SCHOOLHOUSE. 
'Minute Maid Co. 

PROFILES PROM A POINT OF 

VIEW. 
THE TOURNAMENT OF ROSES. 
WHAT MAKES SAMMY TICK. 
Mitchell, Elayne. 

ISRAELI, WON'T YOU PLEASE 
COME HOME. 
Mitchell, Jeronimo. 

REQUIEUM POR UNA CUALQUIERA. 
Mitchell, Joseph Solon, Sr. 

BROTHERS' KEEPERS. 
Mitchell, Ronald Elwy. 

THE MEDDLER IN MIRACLES. (R) 
Mithois, Marcel. 

CROQUE -MONSIEUR. 
Mithois, Pierre. SEE Mithois, 

Marcel. 
Moats, Woodrow B., Jr. 

TO THE END OF THE WORLD. 
Modern, Edition (H. Wewerka) 

DIE KLUGE WIENERIN. 
Moelich, Theo. 

ENOCH ARDEN. (R) 
Mohr, Mahlon. 

HEAVEN EAST. 
Mokikobu, Josephine E. 

THE LATIRIZED PRINCESS. 
Moldoff, Sheldon. 

THE INVISIBLE LOVER. 
Moliere, pseud. SEE Poquelin, 

Jean Baptiste. 
Molina, Tirso de . 
JOHNNY TENORIO. 
Moll, Elick. 

SEIDMAN AND SON. 
Molloy, Edward A. 

FINIS FOR OSCAR WILDE. 
Molnar, Joe. 

MOONY ON THE CARPET. 
Momeyer, Arline Bryant. 

ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE. 
Monarch Music Corp. 

YEAH, YEAH. 
Monka, John. 

ULTIMATE HEIGHTS. 
Montague, Leo F. 

STRANGE BUT SWEET. 
Montgomery, Elizabeth Rider, 
pseud. SEE Julesberg, 
Elizabeth Rider. 
Montherlant, Henry de . 
FILS DE PERSONNE. 
LA GUERRE CIVILE. 
Moody Bible Institute of 
Chicago. 
AMY CARMICHAEL AND THE 

TEMPLE CHILDREN OF INDIA. 
GOD'S TREES. 
Mooney, Thomas . 

T. M. TECHNIQUE. 
Moore, Bill. . 

LOOKING FOR MORE IN '64. 
Moore, Colin, pseud. SEE 
Bostick, Marcella Moore. 
Moore, David D. 

SAFRA '64 LIBRARY NO . 1 . 
Moore, Patrick 0. 

SEAGULL CRY FOR ME. 
Moore, Thomas F. 

A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE. 
Mora, Eugene A. 

THE GIANT OF NOWHERESVILLE. 
Mora, Zoltan Paul. 

MIRACLES LIE IN THE STREET. 
Moraiites, Maria. 

FELIPE . 
Moral Re -Armament. 
DIE WELTRAUM-STORY. 



Moran, Jerome J. 

POLITICAL ASYLUM. 
Morchand, Charles Anthony. 

BACK HOME WITH THE CANNI- 
BALS. 
Morella, Joseph James. 

THE BUTLER DID IT. 
Moreto, Don Augustin . 

DONNA DIANA. 
Morfogenis, George Peter. 

CUSTOMER -SUPPLIER QUALITY 
ASSURANCE RELATIONS. 
Morgan, Elaine. 

A CHANCE TO SHINE. 

LICENCE TO MURDER. 
Morgan, Gordon Z., pseud. 

SEE Zoder, Henry J. 
Morgan, John W., Jr. 

EASTER. 

GEORGE DANTON. 

IMPERCEPTIBLE SUBMERSIBLE. 

SPINOZA. 
Morgan, Louise, pseud. SEE 

Stiernberg, Louise. 
Morgan, Paul. 

AXEL AN DER HIMMELSTUR. (R) 
Moritz, Albert. 

INTO THE FIRE. 
Moroner, Murry. 

JULY 4, 1776. 
Morpurgo, Anna Selma. 

BROTHER THANATOS. 
Morrah, Dermot. 

CHORUS ANGELORUM. (R) 
Morris, Aldyth V. 

THE DAMIEN LETTER. 
Morris, Alisa Sonja. 

THE SYMBOLIC SMILE. 
Morris, Gordon. 

THE MIDNIGHT CALL. (R) 
Morris, Richard. 

THE WHOLE COOKIE. 
Morris, T. B. 

STRATFORD BOY. 
Morrison, Alice F. 

THE PRAISING HEART. 
Morrison, George N. 

THE ENEMY. 

HERITAGE. 

THE SCARLET LETTER. 
Morrone, Vito. 

THE LEANING WALL. 

PITY THE FLACK-ARTIST. 
Morton, David. 

TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT. 
Moss, Arnold. 

COME, WOO ME. 
Moss, Constance Conrad. 

LAUGHTER IN THE NIGHT. 
Moss, Leland. 

BUT WHAT IS THE SOUND OF A 
VIEW. 
Motyleff, Ilya. 

THROUGH ALL ETERNITY. 
Mount, William C. 

THE GOLDEN YEARS, LET THEM 
BE YOURS. 
Mucci, Emidio. 

TRITTICO FRANCESCANO. (R) 
Muehl, Lois Baker. 

ONE VERY HAPPY FAMILY. 
Mueller, Elisabeth. 

THERESE . 
Mueller, Sigfrid Walther. 

SCHLARAFFENHOCHZEIT. (R) 
Mueller, William B. 

TWO HOURS. 
Mullener, Christopher Kit. 

THE STAR, SEA, AND SHORE 
BOTTLE . 
Muller (Brick) Draper, Swear- 
ingen, Dorrity Advertis- 
ing, Inc. 

ADVERTISING PLAY FOR 

JACUZZI MARINE JETS. 

Mulligan, Arlyne Brown. 

PLAY THAT TUNE. (R) 
Multnomah Co. 

AROUND YOUR NEW WORLD OF 
COLOR. / 

Munger, Martha Perrine. 

THE TALE OF COCKALORUM. (R) 



Munro, John Kirby. 

INDIAN SUMMER. (R) 
Muppets, Inc. 

THE WITCH WHO STOLE SANTA 
CLAUS. 
Murdoch, John Crombie. 

PRINCESS & THE YETI. 
Murias, Alice E. Crooker. 

M'NAGHTEN'S MADNESS. 
Murphy, John J. 

THE FACES OF AMERICA. 
Murphy, Wilburn D. 

BOLESS. 
Murray, Marion Louise. 

THE SIGN OF THE PEACOCK. 
Mutz, Elaine. 

RING AROUND THE BRAVE. 
Myler, Charles. 

FILTON'S FOLLY. 
Myrow, Gerald. 

WE'RE VERY IMPORTANT PEOPLE 
IN THE MOVIE INDUSTRY. 



N 



Nadler, Reuben. 

7 VEILS. 
Narcejac, Thomas. 

MEURTRE AU RALENTI. 
Natanson, Jacques. 

ALLO, C'EST MOI. 
Nathans, Rhoda R. 

THE WINNER. 
Nathans, Rhoda Rachel. 

AN EVOLUTIONAL MATTER. 
National Board of Young Men ' s 

Christian Associations. 

SEE Young Men's Christian 

Associations. National 

Board . 
National Council of the 
Episcopal Church. 

HIGHLIGHTS OF AN ANGLICAN 
ODYSSEY. 
National Secretaries Assn. 
(International) Blue Water 
Chapter. 

IT'S A MAN'S WORLD. 
Naughton, Bill. 

ALFIE. 

ALL IN GOOD TIME. 
Naughton, Louise E. 

ROCK THE WORLD. 
Nebraska. University. 
Press . 

FRIAR BACON AND FRIAR 
BUNGAY. 
Nee, Patrick W. 

LOST AT SEA. 
Neel, Agnes. 

LISTEN TO YOUR HEART. 
Neel, Mrs. William S. SEE 

Neel, Agnes. 
Neeld, Magda. 

FRONT PAGE LADY. 
Nelson, Dennis D. 

MEN HATE SIN. 
Nelson, Helen Clare. 

THE INTERVIEWER. 
Nelson, Jack P. 

WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH 
GEORGE. 
Neri, Raymond. 

LE PETIT MONDE DE STEPANT- 
CHIKOVO. 
Nesleny, J. P. 

THAT CONQUERING TOUCH. 
Neuenburg, Evelyn. SEE Fogg, 

Evelyn Neuenburg. 
Neufarth, Patricia Sue. 

MAN IS A BEAST. 
New York University. 

EQUALITY AND GOVERNMENTAL 
ACTION. 
Newman, M. Phyllis. 

THREE BALLAD MIMES. (R) 
Newman, Sol. 

TODAY THE JEW IS OBSOLETE. 
Ney, Stephen. 

TRAILER TROUBLE. (R) 



Nichols, John Beverley. 

SAY IT WITH FLOWERS. 
Nicola, Ion. 

VIVA RAFAELA. 
Nicolaie, Louis Francois, 
called Clairville. 

LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT. 
Niggli, Josephina. 

AZTECA. (R) 

THE RED VELVET GOAT. (R) 

SINGING VALLEY. (R) 

SUNDAY COSTS FIVE PESOS. (H) 

TOOTH OR SHAVE. (R) 
Nigh, Douglas J. 

ALICE. 
Nightingale, Earl. 

SALES POINTERS TO HELP YOU 
MAKE MORE MONEY. 
Nixon, Nora Fortson . 

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. (R) 
Nizer, Louis. 

A CASE OF LIBEL. 
Nohain, Dominique, pseud. 

SEE Legrand, Dominique. 
Nole, Frank, pseud. SEE 

Salerno, Henry F. 
Norene, Ray E. 

SANTA'S CHRISTMAS GREETING. 
Noris, Assia. 

CELESTINA. 
Norkin, John I. 

CALLING EARTH. 
Norlander, Raissa Balmain . 

LA MORTE DI FRINE. (R) 
Norman, Fred B. 

THE BIG HAND. 

COUNTDOWN. 
North American Wildlife 
Productions. 

ANIMALAND: CANADA GOOSE. 
Norton (W. W. ) & Co., Inc. 

ELEVEN PLAYS. 
Norworth, Amy. 

YESTERDAY'S HEROES. (R) 
Norworth, Jack. 

YESTERDAY'S HEROES. (R) 
Novak, David, pseud. SEE 

Nowak, David. 
Nowak, David. 

GOBBLEDYGOOK. 

HOME COOKING. 

REMEMBER TO REMEMBER. 







O'Bannon, Eugene. 

DINKY. 
Ober, Francis C. 

COME, FLY WITH THE ANGELS. 
Oberhauser, Robert. 

DER PROZESS IM FEGEFEUER. 
Obermaier, Karl J. 
SHADOW OF GLORY. 
O'Brien, Edna. 

A CHEAP BUNCH OF NICE 
FLOWERS . 
O'Brien, Jack George. 

A MATTER OF STYLE. 
Oceanaire Network Productions, 
Inc . 
COMPLETE LIFE STORY OF 
GENERAL DOUGLAS A. MAC- 
ARTHUR. 
O'Connell, Richard L. 

FIVE PLAYS. 
O'Connor, Joe. 

LITTLE JANE STANDISH. 
Oglesby, Carl. 

THE HERO. 
Oglesby, Marshall J., Jr. 

QUIET TO QUICK BOSOMS. 
Ohlson. Thomas M. 

GOLD, FRANKINCENSE, CHRIST- 
MAS TREE ORNAMENTS, AND 
MYRRH. 
WHY THE CLOWN NEVER SPEAKS. 
Okonkowski , Georg. 

NEUER HERR AUF LINDENHOF. 
Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp. SEE General 
Motors Corp. Oldsmobile 
Division. 



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Jan.-June 



Oliansky, Joel. 

BEDFORD FORREST. 
Oliver, Richard. 

ALADDIN AND HIS GENII. 
Oliver, Tom, pseud. SEE 

Crehore, Thomas Oliver. 
Olson, Henry Russell. 

PLUCK 'N' LUCK. 
O'Mara, Major Tim. SEE 

O'Mara, Timothy Joseph. 
O'Mara, Pat, pseud. SEE 

O'Mara, Timothy Joseph. 
O'Mara, Timothy Joseph. 

SAINT STUD. 

THE WHITE CRAG. 
One Forty Four Corp . 

BACON. 

BOLOGNA. 

FRANKFURTERS . 

HAM. 

PORK SAUSAGE. 
O'Neill, Carlotta Monterey. 

MORE STATELY MANSIONS. 
O'Neill, Eugene Gladstone. 

MORE STATELY MANSIONS. 
Onelli, Onello. 

THE EMPEROR'S ITCH. 
Opera Profiles, Inc. 

HANSEL AND GRETEL. 

THE MAGIC FLUTE. 
Orans, Marian Tung Yeh. 

JOURNEY TO THE WALL. 
Ordynski, Anna. 

AN ARTICLE OF FAITH. 
Orkina, Recia. 

THE ARCHDUKE TRIO. 
Orkow, Ben . 

A TIME TO EMBRACE. 
Orlov, S., pseud. SEE Neri, 

Raymond . 
Orlov, Serge, pseud. SEE 

Neri, Raymond. 
Ornish, Natalie. 

THE JESTER. 

JUST TWELVE. 
Orth, R. G. 

PARDON MY SECOND SCENE. 
Oti, Manuel Mur. 

LOS JUSTICIEROS. 
Ould, Herman. 

ALI BABA AND HIS SON 
HADJI. (R) 

THE MEETING. (R) 
Outlaw, Samuel L. 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ALL 
WORLDS AND ALL PEOPLES 
INTERNATIONAL CLUB. 
Owen, Armitage. 

LIGHTS OUT AT ELEVEN. (R) 
Owen, Bill. 

BEGIN AND NEVER CEASE. 
Owens, Donna. 

THE SPIDER. 
Owens, Rochelle. See Econ- 

omou, Rochelle Owens. 
Oxford University Press. 

DOCTOR MIRACLE. 



Packard, Theodore. 

CRAB APPLE. (R) 
Packard Electric, div. of 

General Motors Corp. SEE 

General Motors Corp. Pack- 
ard Electric. 
Paer, Lenore . 

PICKETS, INC. 
Paer, Michael. 

PICKETS, INC. 
Paget, Daniel J. 

IL TR0UBLESH0OTORE. 
Pagnol, Marcel. 

CESAR. (R) 
Palau, Pierre L. 

L'HOMME DANS L'OMBRE. (R) 
Pally, Erwin. 

SELF-PORTRAIT. 
Palmer, Winthrop B. 

THE PLACE FOR CHANCE. 



Pan Arts Co., Inc. 

PROMISES IN THE DARK. 
Panas, Alexander. 

THE ADVENTURES OF BOOBOO 
AND BEEBEE. 

THE NAKED TRUTH. 
Panico, Frank. 

LET YOURSELF GO. 
Paolanna, John, pseud. SEE 

Simcoe, Ben. 
Parenti, Mario. 

DER TROUBADOUR. 
Parish, James. 

THE ONE -ACT THEATRE. (R) 
Park, Phil. 

LA BELLE HELENE. 
Parke -Davis & Co. 

COUNTER-ATTACK. 
Parker, David W. 

THIS IS THE LAW. 
Parker, Mary Moncure. 

PARKER'S NEW MONOLOGUES. (R ) 
Parker, Robert C. 

SCRAMBLED LIVES WITH PHOE- 
NIX ON THE SIDE. 
Parsons, Robert A. 

HOLLAND'S HOLIDAY. 
Pary, Nick, pseud. SEE Paer, 

Michael. 
Passage, Charles E. 

IPHIGENIA IN TAURIS. 
Passos, John Dos. 

U. S. A. 
Patera, Herbert von. 

SENSATION IN INTERLAKEN. 
Paterson, William. 

A PROFILE OF HOLMES. 
Patrick', John. 

IT'S A BIG, WIDE, WONDERFUL 
WORLD. 
Patrick Productions, Inc. 

SOMETHING NEW IN YOUR 
FUTURE. 
Patterson, John M. 

CAPITOL GAINS. 
Patterson, William John. 

THE DOOR. 
Patton, Frances Gray. 

GOOD MORNING, MISS DOVE. 
Patton, Mrs. H. L. SEE 

Patton, Helen S. 
Patton, Harold. 

ONLY TOMORROWS. 
Patton, Helen S. 

ONLY TOMORROWS. 
Paulk, William E., Jr. 

THE LOAN GAME. 
Paumgartner, Bernhard. 

ROSSINI IN NEAPEL. (R) 
Pavor, S.A. 

PHOTO FINISH. 
Paxson, Omar. 

LETTY. 
Payen, Pierre. 

LE COEUR. (R) 

LA FIN DU MONDE. (R) 
Peach, L. du Garde. 

IF YOU PLEASE, LADIES. 
Peach Music. 

LOOKING FOR MORE IN '64. 
Peakman, Harry. 

MR. PEPPER AND THE ROSE 
SNATCHERS . 
Peard, Noel D. 

PROMISE. (R) 
Pearlman, Richard Louis. 

BEATRICE AND BENEDICK. 
Pearson, George. 

STARBRIGHT. 
Pederson, Arthur S. 

FIRST CLASS MATTER. (R) 

PRISONERS OF HOPE. (R) 
Pederson, Rachel Field. 

FIRST CLASS MATTER. (R) 

PRISONERS OF HOPE. (R) 
Peeling, Ruth. 

BLACKBEARD, RAIDER OF THE 
CAROLINA SEAS. 
Pelletier, Louis, Jr. 

GIT ALONG LITTLE DOGIE. (R) 
Peltier, Edward J. 

THE UGLIEST ONE OF ALL. 



Pendleton, Austin Campbell. 

MISTER BOOTH. 
Pendleton, James D. 

RENEGADE. 
Penn, Arthur A. 

THE BAND WAGON. (R) 

IT HAPPENED IN HOLLAND. (R) 
Penningroth, Ethel. 

INSTALLATION SERVICE FOR 
WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF ANY 
CHURCH. 
Pennington, James A. G. 

SENSATION IN INTERLAKEN. 
Penrose, Joan Wedge. 

LOCKED DOOR. 
Peretz, Isaac Loeb. 

RICH MAN, POOR MAN. 
Perez, Lea. 

VIA PERDU. 
Perlmutter, Leonard L. 

THE SCIENTIST. 
Perman, Morris. 

OH, MOTHER. 
Pernhall, William P. 

SURVIVORS . 
Perone, Flory, Jr. 

BRAVE MEN DO CRY. 
Perrini, Martin Leo. 

MARTIN'S PLACE. 
Perry, Jack. 

EASY DOES IT. 
Perry, Jack B. 

THE WHOLE DARN SHOOTING 
MATCH. 
Perry, Roger L. 

YOU NEVER CAN TELL. 
Personnel Research Institute. 

A FORTUNE TO SHARE. 
Peshkov, Alexey Maximovich. 

BOLESS. 
Peters, Robert Cornelius. 

THE DUST OF THE GROUND. 
Peterson, David C. 

HODAG. 
Peterson, Joanne. 

THE WIZARD'S APPRENTICE. 
Peterson, Robert E. 

THE WIZARD'S APPRENTICE. 
Petsche, Bruce A. 

EBENEZER. 
Pezzati, Mauro. 

IN CHE GT ORNO VERRA ' . 
Phelps, Edwin A. 

THREE TIMES THREE. 
Phelps, Edwin Arthur. 

THE CIRCUS. 
Philadelphia Civic Ballet Co. 

THE PIED PIPER. 
Phillips, Ima. 

ALL MY YESTERDAYS. 
Phillips, James. 

THE PREMIUM SEEKERS. 
Phillips, Martha Solonen 
Segall. 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. (R) 
Phillips -Campbell Pub. Co., 
Inc. 

JERSEY VOICES FROM THE PAST. 
Phipps, Simon. 

COVENTRY PORCH PLAYS. 
Photo Lamp Division, General 

Electric Co. SEE General 

Electric Co. Photo Lamp 

Division. 
Pichler, Gustav. 

DER PFARRER VON KIRCHFELD. 
Pickert, Irvan L. 

AUGURWELL. 
Pickett, Warren Wheeler, Jr. 

THE GLAD IN HEART. 
Pierson, Penny. 

LE JARDIN DES DELICES. 
Pike, James A. 

MY LOVE LIES DEEP. 
Pilato, Robert J. 

TIVOLI. 
Pilkington, Sam Clay. 

THE OBSERVERS. 
Pillaudin, Roger. 

WHATEVER BECAME OF JACQUES. 
Pimley, John T. 

PROJECT, LOVE DOVES. 
Pirns leur, Paul. 

SPEAK AND READ MODERN 
GREEK. 
Pineau, Jacqueline Breitel. 

LA VIE EST SI COURTE. (R) 



Pinero, Arthur W. 

HIS HOUSE IN ORDER. (R) 

THE MAGISTRATE. (R) 

THE SECOND MRS. TANQUE- 
RAY. (R) 

TRELAWNEY OF THE WELLS. (R) | 
Pingel, Martha. SEE Taylor, 

Martha Pingel. 
Piper, Henry Dan. 

DIMENSIONS IN DRAMA. 
Pironti, T. C. 

FROM HELL TO HEAVEN ON 
ROLLER SKATES. 
Pirrera, John A. 

CLEAN IS THE EARTH. 
Pitman, James H. 

NO JARRING NOTE. (R) 
Plautus, Titus Maccius. 

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON 
THE WAY TO THE FORUM. 
Plemmons, Fred Maurice. 

SO DO ANGELS. 
Ploss, Jim. 

YOU NEVER CAN TELL. 
Poe, Edgar Allan. 

EDGAR ALLAN POE ' S MASQUE OF 
THE RED DEATH. 
Poe, Harold W. 

GNISTA. 
Poet's Theatre. 

ANCESTRAL MEMORIES. 
Polhamus, Al. 

ON WITH THE SHOW. 
Poling, Kermit William. 

THIS MAN CALLED JESUS. 
Poling, Sylvia N. 

ARE YOU THINKING. 
Pollard, Freeman. 

GOODBYE, VALHALLA, GOODBYE. 
Pollexfen, Jack. 

CHARLEY'S AUNT. 
Pollock, Eileen. 

A HEART AND A DIAMOND. 

LET'S PLAY HOUSE. 
Pollock, Robert Mason. 

A HEART AND A DIAMOND. 

LET'S PLAY HOUSE. 
Pomerantz, Patricia Anne. 

SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL. 
Ponthier, Francois. 

L'HOMME DE GUERRE. 
Pontiac Motor Division, Gen- 
eral Motors Corp. SEE 

General Motors Corp. Pon- 
tiac Motor Division. 
Popelka, Joachim. 

DER TROUBADOUR. 
Popkin, Nancy P. 

HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN. 
Poppe, Edith V. 

SO IT'S FREE SPEECH YOU 
WANT. (R) 
Poppe, Harold. 

SO IT'S FREE SPEECH YOU 
WANT. (R) 
Poquelin, Jean Baptiste. 

THE MISER. 

PLAY IT BY EAR. 

THE SICILIAN. 
Porter, Albert 0. 

SCOTCH ON THE ROCKS. 
Porter, H. T. 

THE SAP RUNS HIGH. (R) 
Porter, Henry J., III. 

A CRITIQUE OF RECENT PRO- 
GRAMS FOR PERT. 
Potter, Jack. 

JOHNSON. 
Pottle, Juliet Wilbor Tomp- 
kins. 

FOR CHARLEY. (R) 

THE TRAP. (R) 
Poverello, Sister. 

UNDER THE GREENWOOD TREE. 
Powell, Hagan, Jr. 

GON AND FRANKIE. 
Prada, Cecilia. SEE Rouanet, 

Cecilia Prada. 
Prager, Edward Hess. 

MMM. ..WHAT A BUICK. 
Pratt, Virginia. 

WANDA PANS OUT. 



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1964 



NAME INDEX 



77 



president & Fellows of Har- 
vard College . SEE Harvard 

University. President & 

Fellows of Harvard College. 
Presnell, Robert R., Sr. 

KINGDOM COME. 
Price j Stephen. 

PAUL BUNYAN. 
Priestley, J. B. 

SPRING TIDE. (R) 
Priestley, Violet. SEE 

Library Filmstrip Center. 
iPrieto, Jose Gonzalez. SEE 

Gonzalez Prieto, Jose. 
Prim, Hetty. 

THREE GLIMPSES EAST. 
Prince, Leslie. 

RICHARD AND ELIZA. 
Procel, Paula. 

THE FUGITIVE. 
Progressive Farmer Co. 

AN AMERICAN THANKSGIVING. 

CHRISTMAS WITH MARY. 
Protective Investment Plans, 
Inc. 

PROTECTIVE INVESTMENT PLANS, 
INC., SALES TRAINING 
COURSE INSTRUCTOR MANUAL. 
Pulaski, Charles A. 

PYTHIA. 
Pulitzer, Johanna. 

ROSSINI IN NEAPEL. (R) 
Purcell, Margaret Barbrick. 

CANDLELIGHT FANTASIA. (iR) 
Purcell, Peter, pseud. SEE 

Satinsky, Victor P. 
Purdy, Joseph H. 

TOM JONES. 
Pure Oil Co. 

FIVE STEPS TO SERVICE 
HEALTH. 

THE GOLDEN KEY. 

GOLDEN YEAR. 

THE KEY TO GOOD CREDIT 
MANAGEMENT. 

MAKING EXPENSES PAY OFF. 

PRICING FOR PROFIT. 

SERVICE STATION INSURANCE. 

SO YOU'RE IN THE CREDIT 
BUSINESS. 
Pyles, Richard Lee. 

WHAT'S MY NUMBER. 



Q 



Quality Bakers of America 

Cooperative, Inc. 
BLUE RIBBON BUTTERMILK. 
DAINTY MAID. 
DREIKORN. 

FAMILY STYLE BREAD. 
FOLLOW UP GOOD LOOKS JINGLE, 

FALL 1963. 
FOLLOW UP ON GOOD LOOKS. 
GRANDMA. SCHMIDT'S BLUE 

RIBBON BREAD IN THE PONY 

TAIL WRAPPER. 
IDEAL BREAD. 
INDEPENDENT SURVEY SHOWS 

THE BIG SWITCH IS ON TO 

BATTER WHIPPED SUNBEAM 

BREAD. 
LADY FAIR ROUND-UP BREAD. 
MORE THAN GOOD LOOKS. 
NEW SUNBEAM FLUF-PAK BROWN 

'N SERVE ROLLS. 
NEW YELLOW WRAPPER. 
ROUND BREAD. 

RYE WITH PUMPERNICKEL END- 
ING. 
SCHMIDT BLUE RIBBON. 
SILVERCUP ROUND BREAD. 
STONE GROUND WHEAT BREAD. 
SUNBEAM BUNS AND ROLLS. 
SUNBEAM ROUND 'N ROUND. 
SUNBEAM STONE GROUND WHEAT 

BREAD. 
TAKES TWO CAMPAIGN. 
A TISKET, A TASKET. 
Queneau, Raymond. 

WHATEVER BECAME OF JACQUES. 



Quentin, Pol. 

THOMAS MORE. 
Quinn, James J. . 

PUMPKIN. 



Rachubinski, Thomas Marion. 

THE SUMMIT CONFERENCE OF 
1983. 
Racine, Jean. 

BRITANNICUS & PHEDRE. 
Radcliffe, Virginia. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 
Raddi, Primo. 

THE MAGNIFICENT LIAR. 
Radford, Desmond C. 

CROSS -WIRE. 
Raeburn, Henzie. SEE Browne, 

Henzie Raeburn. 
Rael, Elsa. 

A DAY AT SUMMER'S END. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN 
DWARFS . 
Rafferty, Ewing Lawrence. 

PLAY STREET. (R) 
Rambo, Helen Louise Clark. 

IT HAPPENED IN HOLLAND. (R) 
Ramsier, Paul. 

THE MAN ON THE BEARSKIN RUG. 
Rasch, Sunna Cooper. 

POETRY IN THREE D; DYNAMIC, 
DELIGHTFUL, AND DIFFERENT. 
Raucher, Herman. 

SWEET NOVEMBER. 
Ray, Candis 0. 

SPOKEN COMMERCIALS. 
Rayne, Michael, pseud. SEE 

Lunn, William Reid. 
Reach, James. 

LIFE BEGINS AT SIXTEEN. (R) 
Reaves, Alma. 

HOME BEAUTIFUL. 
Reavey, Jean. 

THE PLACE FOR CHANCE. 

SEX ETCETERA. 
Rebel, Jean. 

PAIX AUX HOMMES DE GUERRE. 
Rebillot, Paul. 

STAGE TWO. 
Reckon, Rawhide. 

AN EPISODE OF LIFE ON THE 
RANGE. 
Reckow, Cliff. 

LOVE IS LIKE A BUBBLE. 
Rector, Margaret Hayden . 

DECOR. 

SNAP -BACK. 

TAKE A FIX. 
Redgrave, Michael. 

CIRCUS BOY. 
Reed, Beverliann. 

THE WHITE PROMISE. 
Reed, Fay. 

MAKE ROOM FOR GOD. 
Reed, Mark. 

YES, MY DARLING DAUGHTER. (R) 
Reed, Russ. 

THE DAIRY FARM EQUIPMENT 
DEALER. 
Reed, Treiva Jean. 

THE WHITE PROMISE. 
Reed, Walter E. 

MAKE ROOM FOR GOD. 
Reeid, Nathaniel Edward. 

BEST YEARS. (R) 
Reese, Trevor, pseud. SEE 

Donegan, Martin. 
Regan, Sylvia. SEE Ellstein, 

Sylvia Regan . 
Regenos, Dean M. 

SHADOW OF A GREAT ROCK. 
Reich, Mrs. James. 

RAGGEDY ANN AND THE MAGIC 
PENCIL. 
Reich, Richard. 

I SIT AT MY WINDOW. 
Reid, Anthony. 

THE NUTCRACKER AND THE 
MOUSE KING. 



Reilly, Robert J. 

ULTIMATE HEIGHTS. 
Reilly, William J. 

ONE RED SUSPENDER. 
Reisman, Irvin. 

IT ALWAYS SNOWS ON TUESDAY. 
Reiss, Alvin. 

TOMORROW'S LOST LAUGHTER, 
TOMORROW'S LAST ROSE. 
Reitman, Max, pseud. SEE 

Robert, Harold G. 
Reldan, Roy, pseud. SEE 

Nadler, Reuben. 
Remer, Jerome J. 

LOVE IS A FOUR-LETTER WORD. 
Remon, Denise. SEE Bourdet, 

Denise Remon. 
Rend, Vincent. SEE Rendero, 

Vincent M. 
Rendero, Vincent M. 

CHILD OF LONELINESS. 
Renoux, Jean Pierre. 

GIRAFFE AND NEVADA. 

THE MASQUERADE BALL. 
Renoux, Stella. 

GIRAFFE AND NEVADA. 
Republic Steel Corp. 

INDUCTION STIRRED LADLE 
VACUUM DEGASSING WITH 
CARBON DIOXIDATION. 
Rex Verl t ag. 

EIN LOWE GEHT UM IN ARKADA 
CITY. 
Reynolds, Lois. SEE Kerr, 

Lois Reynolds. 
Reynolds, Shirley. 

CALL HIM LOUDER. 
Rible, Edward R. 

GEHENNA. 
Ricardel, Joe. 

BEDTIME STORIES, ITALIAN 
STYLE. 
Ricci, Luigi. 

LUCREZIA. (R) 
Rice, Cale Young. 

LOVE AND LORD BYRON. (R) 
Richardson, Mrs. Arnold E., 
Jr. 

GAY HATRED. 
Richardson, Donald G. 

CINDER -ELLA. 
Richardson, Isla Paschal. 

TOO MUCH STATIC. (R) 
Richardson, Leone. 

THE FORGOTTEN LEGEND. 
Richardson-Merrell, Inc. 
Hess & Clark Division. 

FALL MARKETING PERIOD. 

HOW TO KEEP HERDS HEALTHY, 
HAPPY AND PUT PROFIT IN 
THE HINDMOST. 
Richmond, Patricia Cooper. 

THE TROGLODYTES. 
Rickner, Robert. 

NEURO. 
Ricordi (G. ) & C, S.P.A. 

DER CAMPIELLO. (R) 

CATERINA ISMAILOVA. 

DON CARLOS. 

LUISELLA/ 

DER TROUBADOUR. 
Riedman, Maurice F. 

OH, MOTHER. 
Riley, Wilson Morgan. 

LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON. 
Rinaldi, Alfred Ernest, Jr. 

THE FAMILY HOUR. 
Rio, Ramon Barco del. SEE 

Barco del Rio, Ramon. 
Riofrancos, Osvaldo. 

RETROGRESSION. 
Riordan, Marie Charlotte 
Edwards. 

THE ELEVEN O'CLOCK DOOR. 
Ritter, Louis Ambrose. 

THE MONEY SOLUTION. (R) 
Rizzuto, Gerald John. 

THREE PLAYS. 
Roam,. Pearl. 

RELIGIOUS PLAYS THAT CLICK. 
Robert, Carol, pseud. SEE 

Shatzman, Pearl P. 



Robert, Harold R. 

HOT AND COLD IN ALL ROOMS. 
Roberts. 

THE MUSICAL VERSION OF TOM 
JONES. 
Roberts, Ed. 

THE DAIRY FARM EQUIPMENT 
DEALER. 
Roberts, Les, pseud. SEE 

Roubert, Lester A. 
Roberts, Richard B. 

THE END OF THE TETHER. 
Roberts, Walter. 

LYDIA. 
Robin, Luc. 

LES PAPILLONS ET LA 
MARGUERITE . 
Robinb, Ben 

BALLOT BEWILDERNESS. 
Robinson, Bob. 

A HUNDRED YEARS SINCE 
SLAVERY. 
Robinson, Cleophus. 

SOLEMN PRAYER. 
Rocket Pictures, Inc. Better 
Selling Bureau Division. 

DEATH & TAXES. 

HIS OWN BOSS. 

HOME SWEET HOME. 

THE MANNINGS' ORDEAL. 

MONEY FOR SURE. 

THREE BUSINESS MEN. 

THE WILSON FAMILY. 
Rodeheaver Co. 

CHOICE PLAYS FOR CHILDREN'S 
DAY. (R) 

FOR GOD AND OUR LORD. (R) 

LADY GREEN GOWN. (R) 

MARGARET'S CALL. (R) 

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER. 

THE RESURRECTION PROVED. (R) 

THEY MET SECRETLY. 
Rodgers, Hal. 

SQUEEZERS SQUEAKY JOINT. 
Rodriguez, Ralphie. 

GO BACK TO ETERNITY, LITTLE 
DREAM. 
Rodriguez Mascorieto, Jeddu 
C. R. 

ELISEO. 
Roell, Josephine. 

ALL FOR THE LOVE OF JENNIE. 

MATTY. 
Roemmer, Hermann. 

DIE GROSSE SUNDERIN. (R) 
Roetter, Guido. 

SANTA'S DILEMMA. 
Rogers, Paul, pseud. SEE 

Dollarhide, Roger. 
Rohkohl, Dieter. 

DAS UNSICHTBARE GEPACK. 
Rojas, F. de . 

CELESTINA. 
Roland, Jean. 

CAROLINE A DISPARU. 
Rollins, Calvin Dwight. 

LECTURES ON PHILOSOPHICAL 

PROBLEMS AND TECHNIQUES. 

Roma (T.) Productions, Inc. 

THE LAURA FALLON STORY. 
Ronson, Peter Rognvaldsson. 

LEIF ERICSON. 
Roos, Frances Homer. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST OF 
LORELAND. (R) 
Root, Lynn. 

STORK MAD. (R) 
Rose, Joy. 

TRILOGY. 
Rosen, Samuel. 

A TIME OF VENGEANCE. 
Rosenberg, Ann. 

WHO EVER HEARD OF A JEWISH 
ORPHAN. 
Rosenberg, Karen W. 

JOURNEY INTO DREAMLAND. 
Rosenburg, John M. 

THAT'S BASEBALL. 
Rosencrans, Leo S. 

COUNTER-ATTACK. 

HAS THIS EVER HAPPENED TO 
YOU. 

THE ONLY DIFFERENCE. 



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Rosenfeld, Friedrich. 

DIE ZEIT, DIE UNS NOCH 
BLEIBT. 
Rosenthal, Mildred P. 

THE PRINCESS AMD THE PEA. 
Rosenthal, Pat. SEE Rosen- 
thal, Mildred P. 
Ross, Joel. 

THE TURNCOAT. 
Ross, Paul Bernard. 

PRESENCE -ABSENCE, BLACK AND 
WHITE. 
Ross, Sydney, pseud. SEE 

Hirsey, Sydney. 
Rossabi, Naomi B. 

THREE LITTLE BEANS. 
Rossi, Janice Elizabeth. 

THE SLIGHTLY MAGIC GYPSY. 
Rostand, Maurice. 

EUROPE. (R) 
Roth, Florence. 

ALL MY DAUGHTERS. 
Rotter, Guido. SEE Roetter, 

Guido. 
Rouanet, Cecilia Prada.. 

THE DEAD. 
Roubert, Gail G. 

SOUND YOUR HORN. 
Roubert, Lester A. 

SOUND YOUR HORN. 
Rountree, Wadie J. 

THE KOREAN POW STORY. 
Roussin, Andre. 

LA COQUINE. 

LA VOYANTE. 
Rowe, Edward. 

WINTER SUNSHINE. (R) 
Rowland, Stanley J., Jr. 

CHOOSE THIS DAY. 
Rowley, Alec . 

SILENCE IN COURT. (R) 
Rowley, Sheila. 

SILENCE IN COURT. (R) 
Roy, Emil. 

THE CHERRY ORCHARD. 

KING LEAR. 

THE MASTER BUILDER. 
Roy (Ross) Agency. 

HAS THIS EVER HAPPENED TO 
YOU. 
Ruben, Aaron. 

ANDY AND CLEOPATRA. 

THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA. 
Rubens, Stanley. 

WHAT NOW, CHRIS. 
Rubinstein, Sholom. 

TAKE FIVE. 
Rudd, Enid. 

PETERPAT. 
Ruilopez, Olga. 

CHIQUITA. 
Rumsey, pseud. SEE Rumshin- 

sky , Murray . 
Rumshinsky, Elaine. 

CHICKS AND BOYCHICKS. 
Rumshinsky, Murray. 

CHICKS AND BOYCHICKS. 
Rush, David. 

FIVE THOUSAND WEST LAWRENCE 
AVENUE. 
Russ, Irvin E. 

NFL AND AFL CHAMPIONSHIP 
PLAYOFF. 
Russel, Thomas. 

THE FIGHTERS. 
Russell, Andrew J. 

DANIEL WEBSTER. 

THOMAS HART BENTON. 
Russell, Henry. SEE Olson, 

Henry Russell. 
Russell, John, pseud. SEE 

Crooker, John R., Jr. 
Russell, Larry. 

YOUNG AMERICA. 
Russo, Armand H. 

MARIAHANN AND THE SEASONS. 
Russo, Paul Gia. 

THIS MOMENT OF TIME. 
Rutman , Leo . 

IF >I SHOULD DIE BEFORE I 
WAKE. 



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Ryan, Florence. 

UNE FEMME D'UN AUTRE AGE. (R) 
Ryker, Lois. 

OTTO AND THE SWATCH. 
Ryker, Lois C. 

TWIN TO A VASE. 



Sabeth, Bernard. 

LATITUDE OF GINGER, LONGI- 
TUDE OF STARS. 

THE LONELIEST WAYFARER. 
Sabiston, Larry. 

THE LONE TREE. 

THEY BURIED HER WHERE. 
Saca, Mildred. 

SOMEBODY STOLED MY GARBAGE. 
Sachs, Norman L. 

THAT FUNNY SMOKING ALBUM. 
Safra Corp. 

SAFRA '64 LIBRARY NO.l. 
Sahlein, Stephan. 

TOM JONES. 
Sainer, Arthur. 

THE BITCH OF WAVERLY PLACE . 
St. Aubyn, F. C. 

LES MOUCHES. 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY ANGEL 
DEVA OF THE JADE TEMPLE. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED DADDY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED ELOHIM OF PEACE 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED GOD OF THE SWISS 
ALPS. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED GOD TABOR. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED ' GODDESS OF JUSTICE. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED GODDESS OF LIBERTY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED GODDESS OF LIGHT. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED GODDESS OF MUSIC. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED LADY MASTER LETO. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED LADY MASTER NADA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED LORD MAITREYA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED MARY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED MARY MOTHER OF 
JESUS. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED MASTER JESUS. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED MASTER LANTO. 
CORRESPONDING ■ TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED MIGHTY ASTREA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED MIGHTY COSMOS. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED MIGHTY ELOHIM HER- 
CULES. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED MIGHTY HERCULES. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED MIGHTY HIMALAYA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED MIGHTY LANTO. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED MIGHTY SAINT GER- 
MAIN. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED MIGHTY VICTORY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED PELLEUR. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED QUEEN OF LIGHT. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED SAINT GERMAIN. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BE- 
LOVED SANAT KUMARA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BLESS- 
ED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BLESS- 
ED BELOVED ARCHANGEL 
MICHAEL. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY BLESS- 
ED GODDESS OF PURITY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY GREAT 
BELOVED MIGHTY ARCTURUS. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY GREAT 
COSMIC ANGEL UNION. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY GREAT 
DIVINE DIRECTOR. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY GREAT 
ELOHIM CYCLOPEA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY GREAT 
ELOHIM OF PEACE. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY GREAT 
GOD MERU. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY GREAT 
RULER OF THE VIOLET PLAN- 
ET. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY MIGHTY 
BELOVED ARCTURUS. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY MIGHTY 
BELOVED ASTREA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY MIGHTY 
BELOVED DIVINE DIRECTOR. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY MIGHTY 
BELOVED SANAT KUMARA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY MIGHTY 
CYCLOPEA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY MIGHTY 
ELOHIM CYCLOPEA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY MIGHTY 
ELOHIM HERCULES. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY MIGHTY 
GOD HARMONY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY MIGHTY 
LANTO. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY MIGHTY 
MESSENGER FROM THE SECRET 
LOVE STAR. 



Jan.-June 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY MIGHTY 
SILENT WATCHER. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY MIGHTY 
VICTORY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY THE 
GREAT RULER OF THE VIOLET 
PLANET. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED DICTATION BY THE 
MIGHTY MASTER JESUS. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RE- 
CORDED TALK BY MRS. G. W. 
BALLARD. 
Saint-Giniez, Juliette, pseud. 

SEE Crescenzo-Sarvil, 

Juliette . 
St. John, Ortega. 

XAVIER PANANTHROPOI. 
Saitta, Achille. 

HANNO UCCISO IL MILIARDARIO. 
Sak, Norman, pseud. SEE 

Sakowitz, Norman. 
Sakowitz, Norman. 

THE GREAT BIG BANK ROBBERY. 

ONE PART OF THE OCEAN. 
Salacrou, Armand. 

UN HOMME COMME LES AU- 
TRES. (R) 
Saladin, Jose F. 

CUANDO MUEREN LAS SOMBRAS. 
Salaway, Lowell. 

A TOUCH OF AVARICE. 
Salaway, Ralph. 

A TOUCH OF AVARICE. 
Salerno, Henry F. 

THE EDUCATION OF JOHNNY 
BLOOD. 
Sallack, Ray. 

BOYCOTTING OUR FUTURE. 

FOUR DAYS. 

THE POINT IN COMMON. 
Salt, Gary Michael. 

THE MONEY TREE. 
Salt, Peter Sydney. 

MR. AND MRS. POE. 
Salvatore, George. 

THE THREE OF THEM. 
Salvatori, Erwin J. 

QUEST FOR AN UNINHIBITED 
ISLAND. 
Samuels, Clara U. 

MINNIE, THE MATRIARCH. 
Samuels, Edmond. 

AT THE SILVER SWAN. (R) 
Sand, Paul. 

MOUSTACHE . 
Sand, Tom H. 

SPEAK OF THE DEVIL. 
Sandberg, Alvin M. 

AT HOME WITH THE JOHNSONS. 
Sanderson, Paul E. 

F.A.A. REGULATIONS. 

FEDERAL AVIATION REGULA- 
TIONS. 

FLIGHT COMPUTER. 

IFR REGULATIONS AND PROCE- 
DURES . 
Sanderson Films, Inc. 

F.A.A. REGULATIONS. 

FEDERAL AVIATION REGULA- 
TIONS . 

FLIGHT COMPUTER. 

IFR REGULATIONS AND PROCE- 
DURES. 
Sanford, Delillie S. 

THE SNOWS OF FORTY NINE. 
Sanguineti, Edoardo. 

PASSAGGIO. 
Sanner, Ralph. 

BULLY HILL. 
Santiago, Manuel, pseud. SEE 

Gonzalez Prieto, Jose. 
Santonja, Jose Santonja. 

TEATRO PARA JOVENES. 
Sap sin, Henry D. 

THE TIME IS NOW. 
Sapsin, Irene. 

THE TIME IS NOW. 



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NAME INDEX 



79 



ifSarkadi, Imre. 
[ ELVESZETT PARADICSOM. 
Isarkadi, Mrs. Imre. 
f ELVESZETT PARADICSOM. 
Sarment, Jean, pseud. SEE 
I Bellemere, Jean. 
[ Sartre, Jean Paul. 
J LES MOUCHES. 

FfSarvil, Crescenzo-, Juliette. 
J SEE Crescenzo-Sarvil, 
j Juliette. 
Katie, Erik, 
j LE PIEGE DE MEDUSE. 
BSatinsky, Joseph. 
J THE MICRO MEN. 
I'Satinsky, Victor P. 
1 THE MICRO MEN. 
ISaudek (Robert) Associates, 
Inc. 
DANIEL WEBSTER. 
! GENERAL ALEXANDER WILLIAM 
DONIPHAN. 
GOVERNOR JOHN M. SLATON. 
I HAMILTON FISH. 
JOHN ADAMS. 
JOHN PETER ALTGELD. 
MARY S. MCDOWELL. 
OSCAR W. UNDERWOOD. 
RICHARD T. ELY. 
THOMAS HART BENTON. 
ISauvajon, Marc Gilbert. 

LA TOUR PRENIS -GARDE. (R) 
■Savage, Brigitte H. 

PRINCESS SCURRYWIND. 
.Savage, George Milton. 
DASH POINT. 
NOT AROUND GOKDIE. 
Savage, George Milton, Jr. 
DASH POINT. 
NOT AROUND GORDIE. 
Savant Records, Inc. 

HOW TO STOP SMOKING BY 
DEVELOPING THE NON -SMOKING 
HABIT. 
Saxon, Davidyne. 

THE VICTORIA GIRL. 
Saxton, Leonard Leward. 

CHRISTMAS IN GREENWICH. 
Saxton, Margaret Smith. 

CHRISTMAS IN GREENWICH. 
Sayce, Lilian I. 

THE MERMAID AND OTHER 
MIMES. (R) 
Sayre, Arlene R. 

JERSEY VOICES FROM THE PAST. 
Scariano, Margaret M. 
THE MESSAGE. 
WIVES FOR SALE. 
Schaal, Richard. 

THE TRUCK DRIVERS. 
Schaffner, Neil E. 

MEET DALLAS DAISY. 
Schattman, Milton E. 

THE AMBASSADOR. 
Schiffer, Sydney. 

DRY BENDER. 
Schiller', Frederic. 

MARIE STUART. 
Schiller, Johann Christopher 
Friedrich von. 
DON CARLOS. 
Schisgal, Murray. 
JIMMY SHINE. 
THE MONK. 
Schmidt, L. M. R. SEE 
Schmidt, Lois Maxine . 
Schmidt, Lois Maxine. 

THE CHOICE. 
Schmidt, Louise. 

THE CHOICE. 
Schmidt, Louise Bros-. SEE 

Schmidt, Lois Maxine. 
Schneider, Anne Kaufman. 
MEET THE AUDIENCE. (R) 
STAGE DOOR. (R) 
YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH 
YOU. (R) 
Schneider, Carolyn. 

THeI SHOEMAKER AND THE ELVES. 
Schneider, Maurice. 
PLAY IT BY EAR. 



Schneider, Sidney. 

ISRAELI, WON'T YOU PLEASE 
COME HOME. 
Schneider, Will, pseud. SEE 

Schneider, Maurice. 
Schochen, Seyril. 

VIRGINIA VOYAGE. 
Schonherr, Karl. 

LIED IM MAI. (R) 
Schoeppler, Charles M. 

COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF 
CHIROPRACTIC LECTURE OUT- 
LINE. 
Scholberg, Henry. 

THE BOY KING. 
Scholl, Jack. 

VICKI . 
Scholnik, Jacob W. 

WAGES AND WAGE EARNERS. 
Scholz, Wilhelm von. 

AUSGEWAHLTE SCHAUSPIELE. 
Schott's (B.) Soehne. 

ENOCH ARDEN. (R) 
Schram, Thelma. 

THE CHRISTMAS SHOES OF 
DIEGO. 
Schreyvogl, Friedrich. 

DIE KLUGE WIENERIN. 
Schroeder, John E. 

JOURNEY TO NATIVITY. 

MOVING PICTURE. 

TRUMPET, BLOW TRUE. 
Schostakowitsch, Dimltri. 

SEE Shostakovich, Dmitri! 

•Dmi-tr-ievi ch . 
Schiitz, Adolf. 

AXEL AN DER HIMMELSTUR. (R) 
Schulman, Arnold. 

PROMISES IN THE DARK. 
Schulman, Estella Francesca. 

POETRY IN THREE D; DYNAMIC, 
DELIGHTFUL, AND DIFFERENT. 
Schuppler, Bruno. 

EIN SCHONER HERBST. 
Schutz, Alfreda. 

NA CENZUROWANEM. (R) 
Schwab, Laurence. 

SWING IT, SUSAN. (R) 
Schwab, Laurence, Jr. 

SWING IT, SUSAN. (R) 
Schwartz, Jerome J. 

FRIENDS AND RELATIONS. 
Schwartz, Walter. 

FAITHFUL TO MY DARLINGS. 
Schwarz, Wolfgang. 

DIE AUFERSTEHUNG DES 
LAZARUS. 
Schweikert, Clarissa P. 

GIANT PROGRESS PROGRAM BOOK. 
Schweitzer, Albert. 

THE DEPUTY. 
Scoggins, Otis, pseud. SEE 

Russ, Irvin E. 
Scott, Dee, pseud. SEE San- 
ford, Delillie S. 
Scott, Florence Mesler. 

FOREVER HIS. 
Scott, Joseph, pseud. SEE 

Kirland, Joseph. 
Scott, Patience, pseud. SEE 

McLain, Constance T. 
Scott, Paul L. 

ARITHMETIC. 

SPELLING. 
Scott, Foresman & Co. 

REPRESENTATIVE MODERN PLAYS. 
Scraltel, Marguerite. 

THOMAS MORE. 
Scribner's (Charles) Sons. 

DIMENSIONS IN DRAMA. 

FOUR PLAYS BY LOPE DE 
VEGA. (R) 

JAMES'S DAISY MILLER. 
Seaman, Harry. 

THE EPPIS OF SOLLY BINE- 
BLOOM. 
Seaman , Maryann . 

NOT WITHOUT TEARS. 
Sears, Roebuck & Co. Nation- 
al Training Dept. ' 

SALES POINTERS TO HELP YOU 
MAKE MORE MONEY. 



Seerveld, Calvin G. 

THE GREATEST SONG. 
Seff, Manuel. 

CUDDLE UP. 
Segall, Donald. 

HERBIE AND SUMNER. 
Segall, Martha Salonen. SEE 

Phillips, Martha Salonen 

Segall. 
Segasture, Jack. 

SUNSHINE ON THE RAIN. 
Seidman, Stanley. 

HARLEQUIN'S DEATH. 
Seigel, Marc. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 
Select Theatres Corp. 

THE SHOW IS ON. (R) 
Selig, Robert L. 

THE POLKA DOT REVOLT OF 
AMBROSE SMITH. 
Selters, Evelyn Bumpus . 

JOHANAN--BELOVED, DIVINE. 
Seltzer, Daniel. 

FRIAR BACON AND FRIAR BUN- 
GAY. 
Semmler, Sylvia. 

STRIKE. 
Senea, E. Marco, pseud. SEE 

Meano, Cesare. 
Septant, June. 

FANNY HILL, A WOMAN OF 
PLEASURE. 

THE YEAR OF THE FAIR. 
Sergei, Kristin. 

A. A. MILNE'S WINNIE-THE- 
POOH. 
Servais, Marcel. 

LES ADVENTURES DE MATHIAS 
SANDORF. 
Server, Ralph. 

A ROSE AND REBELLION. 
Seton, John, pseud. SEE 

Whiting, John M. 
Sewell, Richard C. 

THE FORGERS OF ROME. 
Seymour, John Laurence. 

GOLDEN DAYS. (R) 

HOLLYWOOD MADNESS. (R) 

THE MAID, THE DEMON AND THE 
SAMURAI. (R) 

TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. (R) 
Seymour, Lorraine Michele. 

IF YOU SAY SO. 
Shaffer, Melvin B. 

BRIDGES, ARE WHEN YOU CROSS 
THEM. 
Shakespeare, William. 

COME, WOO ME. 

KING LEAR. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 

THE TEMPEST. 

TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT. 

LA TEMPETE. 
Shanberg, Morton S. 

THE KILLING AT BENTLEY 
CORNER. 
Siiannon, Mattie B. 

CHOICE PLAYS FOR CHILDREN'S 
DAY. (R) 

SONGS AND STORIES OF 
MOTHER. (R) 
Shapiro, Eli. 

SEARCHING FOR TOOTSIE. 
Shappin, Irwin. 

THE CARDINAL'S DREAM. 
Sharp, Evelyn. 

THE POISONED KISS. (R) 
Sharp, Henry T. 

TIME LINE. 
Sharpe, Hugh J. 

HOW'S YOUR MUSICAL KNOW- 
LEDGE. 
Shatzman, Pearl P. 

BASIC BLACK. 
Shaw, Bert. 

DAVEY JONES AND THE CARNI- 
VAL OF VENICE. 
Shaw, George Bernard. 

SPEAK OF THE DEVIL. 
Shaw) Henry M. 

THE FENCING MASTER. 

HIT HIM WITH A SHOE. 



A MATTER OF SISSY. 

OVER THE TRESHOLD. 

TOURNEY. 
Shaw, Jay E. 

A DIPLOMATIC MISSION. 
Shaw, Lenore, pseud. SEE 

Paer, Lenore. 
Shaw, Luci. 

AMY CARMICHAEL AND THE 
TEMPLE CHILDREN OF INDIA. 
Shaw, Marie Louisa. 

DAVEY JONES AND THE CARNI- 
VAL OF VENICE. 

NANCY AND BILLY. 
Shay, Toni, pseud. SEE Hogue, 

Antoinette Laura. 
Shearer, Guy Cooper. 

DESTINY SOUNDS A TRUMPET 
FOR THE UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. 

THE i860 REPUBLICAN NATION- 
AL CONVENTION. 
Shearwood, James. 

IT IS NECESSARY TO CULTI- 
VATE OUR GARDEN. 

JACK B. NIMBLE. 
Sheffey, Gwendolyn Marilyn. 

THE RISE AND FALL OF AN 
ELEVATOR BOY. 
Shefsky, Josef. 

THE DREAMS OF MISS WEST. 
Shellan, David. 

A VISION OF FABLES. 
Shepard, Joan H. 

ROBINSON CRUSOE. 
Sher, Jack. 

THE PERFECT SETUP. 
Sherburne, James. 

JOBBER SALESMAN STUDY. 
Sheridan, Mary Dorothy. 

MISS LINLEY OF BATH. (R) 
Sherman, Arthur. 

LENORE AND THE WONDER 
HOUSE . 
Sherman, Roger Johnson. 

A HOUSE AGAINST ITSELF. 
Sherriff, R. C. 

ST. HELENA. (R) 
Sherwood, Madeline H. 

IDIOT'S DELIGHT. (R) 
Sherwood, Robert Emmet. 

IDIOT'S DELIGHT. (R) 
Shevelove, Burt. 

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON 
THE WAY TO THE FORUM. 
Shevin, Elaine. 

NAKED IN THE BREEZE. 
Shevin, Fred. 

NAKED IN THE BREEZE. 
Shipman, Louis. 

BEHIND RED LIGHTS. (R) 
Shipman, Nell. 

HAMSTER IN THE DISHWASHER. 

TREE WITH A BEARD. 
Shipman, Samuel. 

BEHIND RED LIGHTS. (R) 
Shipp, Horace. 

THE CHARLADY AND THE AN- 
GEL. (R) 
Shomaker, Gordon. 

THE JUDGMENT. 
Shore, Joseph Norman. 

THE YELLOW EMPEROR. 
Shorey, Ethel May. SEE Camp- 
bell, Ethel May Shorey. 
Shostakovich, Dmitry. 

KATERINA ISMAILOVA. 
Shotwill, Louisa Rossiter. 

THE DARK VALLEY. 
Shryer, Paul. 

TEENS. 
Shupak, Sidney. 

MOTHER, I'D RATHER DO IT 
MYSELF. 
Shyre, Paul. 

U. S. A. 
Sibley, Hattie Branch. 

MARGARET'S CALL. (R) 
Siebert, Elaine May. 

HER IMAGINARY MAN. 
Siegel, Maurice. 

A VIEW OF GREATNESS. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-Ju 



Siegel, Maurice L. 

THE BEGINNING OF THE END. 

THE THOUGHT MASTERS. 

WE ARE ALL ASSASSINS. 
Sienkiewicz, Henryk. 

THE MOST PERILOUS VOYAGE. 
Silber, Robert Bernard. 

APPOINTMENT AT DOVER. 
Silbey, Franklin R. 

AT HOME WITH THE JOHNSONS. 
Silin, Jack. 

AGOO, THE HUNTER. 

THE KITE & KEY. 

LET'S PLAY ASTRONAUT. 

LET'S PLAY TRAFFIC COP. 

MOTHERS MAGIC SANDMAN. 

THINGS TO DO ON A RAINY 
DAY. 
Silin, Ruth. 

AGOO, THE HUNTER. 

THE KITE & KEY. 

LET'S PLAY ASTRONAUT. 

LET'S PLAY TRAFFIC COP. 

MOTHERS MAGIC SANDMAN. 

THINGS TO DO ON A RAINY 
DAY. 
Sillman, June, pseud. SEE 

Carroll, June. 
Sillman, Leonard. 

CALLING ALL MEN. (R) 
Silver, Harvey. 

EAST BLEEKER. 
Silver, Robert. 

THE PIED PIPER. 
Silver Plastics, Inc. 

CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS, PRO- 
GRAM III. 

CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE, 
PROGRAM IV. 

CONSTIPATION AND DIARRHEA, 
PROGRAM V. 

CORONARY HEART DISEASE, 
PROGRAM I. 

HYPERTENSION. 
Silverman, Treva. 

THE ENVELOPE, PLEASE. 

OUT OF SESSION. 

SERVICE FOR TWO. 

SMOKE SIGNALS. 

THE TREE. 
Simcoe, Ben. 

TWO FOR SUNDAY. 
Simister, Florence Parker. 

THE STREETS OF THE CITY. 
Simmons, Al. 

SO THIS IS PARIS. 
Simmons, Elsie. 

SO THIS IS PARIS. 
Simon, Josephine M. 

GO CAREFULLY, MY FRIEND. 
Simon, Madeleine Marshall. 

THE BARTERED BRIDE. (R) 
Simon, Peggy. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN. 
Simon, Peggy, pseud. SEE 

O'Malley, E. F. 
Simon , S . Sylvan . 

EASILY STAGED PLAYS FOR 
BOYS. (R) 
Simonds, George A. 

THE STATESIDE MURDER OF 
MARCELLUS PRATT. 
Simpson, Frederick Douglas. 

THE LAME DUCK. 
Simpson, Robert. 

PICTURE STORY. 
Sinclair Refining Co. 

MINUTES MAKE DOLLARS. 

POSITIVE CRANKCASE VENTILA- 
TION. 

RX FOR NEW BUSINESS. 
Singer, Joseph. 

PRAYER FOR A DOG. 
Siodmak, Curt. 

THE MOST PERILOUS VOYAGE. 
Siraudin, Paul. 

LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT. 
Sisters of Mercy of the Col- 
lege of Saint Mary, Omaha. 

WESTERN TESTAMENT. 
Skinner-Jones, Tom, pseud. 

SEE Jones, Tommy Ray. 



Skolnick, Zan. 

THE POLKA DOT REVOLT OF 
AMBROSE SMITH. 
Slick Corp. Illinois Shade. 

SHADE TALK. 
Sligh, Lucile Crites. 

FOLLOWING THE STAR. 
Sloan, Robert Tarlton. 

KINDRED SPIRITS. 
Sloane, Robert. 

GIT ALONG LITTLE DOGIE. (R) 
Sloane, Thelma W. 

GIT ALONG LITTLE DOGIE. (R) 
Slocum, Helen Edson. 

GOVERNOR BRADFORD'S DECI- 
SION. 
Slutsky, Eugene. 

INTOLERABLE DAVID. 

REVELATIONS. 

SHUTDOWN. 
Smith, Artemis, pseud. SEE 

Morpurgo, Anna Selma. 
Smith, Barbara Van Kampen. 

WALTZING MATILDA. 
Smith, Bernard G. 

ONE FOR ME. 
Smith, Chester Leo. 

THE PI PSI CAT HOUSE. 
Smith, Chester Leo, Jr. 

THE READY -ROOM. 
Smith, Eric. 

THE ABDUCTION OF EUROPA. 

ARIADNE ABANDONED. 

THE LIBERATION OF THESEUS. 
Smith, Eugene E. 

THE COMMON MARKET. 
Smith (Fletcher) Studios, Inc. 

FACTS OF LOVE AND LIFE FOR 
TEEN-AGE GIRLS. 

THE RECORD WAY TO REDUCE. 

THE RECORD WAY TO STOP 
SMOKING. 
Smith, Francis E. 

CANADIAN CAPER. 
Smith, Francis E. S. 

CANADIAN CAPER. 
Smith, Glenn Allen. 

BARNABY PORTER'S LAST 
ADVENTURE. 

THE PEREGRINATION OF FERNAN- 
DO FLAN. 
Smith, Harold W. 

ANCESTRAL MEMORIES. 
Smith, John D. 

THE TORCH OF LOVE. 
Smith, Linda K. 

RING AROUND THE BRAVE. 
Smith, Marcus. 

THE GOLD-MAKER. 

THE PUTTING GREEN. 
Smith, Philip M. 

FIXING OF THE HAIR. 
Smith, Richard D. 

DEVIL'S CHURN. 
Smith, Roland B. 

WHAT'S YOUR PROBLEM. 
Smith, Royall. 

SITUATION COMEDY. 
Smith, Terry Alan. 

OSTRICH UNDER GLASS. 
Smith, V. B. 

THE NICOTINE SCENE. 
Smith, William H. 

THE CURSE OF MORCEFF. 

OLD NORTH STAR. 
Smith, William Philip. 

J IS FOR JIM. 
Smolin, Pauline. 

THE VACATION. 
Snavely, Ellen Bartow. 

THE CLOCK HAS NOT STOPPED. 
Snyder, Elisabeth Preston. 

THE LAST BATTLE. 
Snyder, Harvey L. 

PIPPI LONGSTOCKING. 
Snyder, Lynne. 

PIZZA ALLEY. 
Snyder, William T. 

THIS IS MARYLAND. 
Sokol, Abraham. 

PIT STREET. 



Sokoloff, Ben. 

THE MAGIC FORMULA. 

A VOICE IN THE WILDERNESS. 
Solari, Darrow Anthony. 

HER INLAWS WERE OUTLAWS. 

MYRTLE MERGATROY: ANTHRO- 
POLOGIST. 
Solski, Waclaw. 

OF LOVE AND GREED. 
Somma, Bonaventura. 

TRITTICO FRANCESCANO. (R) 
Sondheim, Stephen. 

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON 
THE WAY TO THE FORUM. 
Soriano, Rocco. 

LOST IN THE DARKNESS. 
Sosa, Aristides. 

A STRANGER AT HOME. 
Souby, Betty. 

REACHING FOR A STAR. 
Soule, Theodate H. 

NIGHT OF RECKONING. 
Spears, Doug. 

LE RUBE. 

WITH LOVE FROM UNCLE ZANY. 
Spears, Doyle I. 

MEN OF THUNDER. 
Spears, Mary Ellen Wilkerson. 

MEN OF THUNDER. 
Spencer Productions, Inc. 

BRONSTEIN FOR PRESIDENT. 
Spewack, Bella. 

MRS. A. 
Spewack, Sam. 

MRS. A. 
Sprague, Diana B. 

THE CLEARING. 
Sprague, Hazel L. 

PARADISE ISLAND. 
Sprecher, Thomas B. 

AU NATUREL. 

BRIGHT -EYED AND BUSHY- 
TAILED. 
Squire, Anthony. 

CHASE ROYAL. 
Squire, Elizabeth, pseud. 

SEE Mansfield, Elizabeth L. 
Squires, Colin Stuart. 

THE DAYS WITHOUT GOD. 
Stadelman, Sara Lee. 

WESTERN TESTAMENT. 
Stafford, Dan, pseud. SEE 

Stafford, William A. H. 
Stafford, Meka H. 

NUMBER 17, PARADISE. 
Stafford, William A. H. 

NUMBER 17, PARADISE. 
Stafford, William T. 

JAMES'S DAISY MILLER. 
Stahl, Herbert M. 

YUAN DRAMA. 
Stahl, Le Roy. 

RURU-MAMBU. 
Stamps, Leondrus. 

TRAFFIC. 
Stanley, Ruth P. 

THE ORPHAN. 
Starer, Robert. 

A PERETZ TRIO. 
Starr, Marie Waley. 

FULVIA. 
Stars & Stripes Productions 
Forever, Inc. 

HOWARD. 
Stegani, Giorgio. 

CELESTINA. 
Stehman, Frederick G., Jr. 

MUSICAL MONEY. 
Stein, Edward. 

A VIEW OF GREATNESS. 
Stein, Erwin. 

LULU. (R) 
Stein, Leo L. 

GIFT FOR MY BUDDY. 

UNTIL I DIE. 
Steinbrecher, Alexander. 

ROSSINI IN NEAPEL. (R) 

DER SCHNEIDER IM SCHLOSS. (R) 
Steinmann, Martin, Jr. 

JAMES'S DAISY MILLER. 
Stenography Supreme Co. 

STENOGRAPHY SUPREME. 



Stephens, Bette . 

JODY FINDS A JOB. 
Stephens, Joseph. 

JODY FINDS A JOB. 
Sternberg, Patricia. 

DADDY WAS A LEPRECHAUN.' 
Stevenson, David L. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 
Stevenson, Robert Louis. 

ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON'S 
MARKHEIM. 

TREASURE ISLAND. 
Stewart, Edward S. 

NEURO. 
Stewart, Fred M. 

CAVIAR TO THE GENERAL. 

THE WEEKEND. 
Stewart, Hal D. 

THE CRIME IN THE CLUB- 
HOUSE. (R) 
Stewart, Robert. 

ANGER. 
Stiernberg, Louise. 

THE DENIAL. 
Stirling, Nora. 

NIGHT OF RECKONING. 
Stock, Irvin. 

A DOLL'S HOUSE: I960. 
Stoll, Katharina. 
' DIE GROSSE SUNDERIN. (R) 
Stoller, Esther. 

BROOKLYN BRIDGE, U.S.A. 
Stone, Isobel. SEE De 

Saavedre, Isobel Stone. 
Stone, John A. 

THE NOSE. 
Stonesifer, M. L. SEE King, 

Myrtle Louise Stonesifer. 
Storm, Cadillera, pseud. SEE 

Suensson, Lee Marie. 
Storm, Leslie, pseud. SEE 

Clark, Mabel Margaret Cowie. 
Storr, Catherine. 

FLAX INTO GOLD. 
Stott, Thomas M. 

AUTOMOBILE AFFAIRS. 

OPERATION FOR GALLSTONES. 

THE RIGHT ' ORRIBLE DUCHESS 
OF DISHWATER. 

WOMAN TROUBLE. 
Stowe, Harriet Beecher. 

THE SLAVES. 
Strauss, Johann. 

THE BAT. 
Streatfeild, Noel. 

WISDOM TEETH. (R) 
Streder, Peggy. 

AMY CARMICHAEL AND THE 
TEMPLE CHILDREN OF INDIA. 
Strider, R. Hayes. 

THE VOICES. 
Striker, Francis. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 
Stringer, Kenneth W. 

PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF STA- 
TISTICAL SAMPLING IN AUDIT- 
ING. 
Strother, E. S. 

THE MAN FROM THE WATER 
WORKS. 
Stucky, Virginia Toews. 

THE DIABETIC DIET TEACHING 
TAPE. 
Stuttman (H. S.) Co., Inc. 

COME, WOO ME. 
Styler, Adele. 

CUBS IN A CLEARING. 
Styler, Herman. 

THE BIG CHEESE. 
Subotsky, Milton. 

DR. TERROR'S HOUSE OF 
HORRORS. 
Suensson, Lee Marie. 

THE SALON. 
Sugg, Lloyd Clay. 

THE TYREE'S. 
Sullet, Ken. 

POOR FREBERG'S ALMANAC. 
Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour. 

THE COOL MIKADO. 

DER MIKADO. 



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NAME INDEX 



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Sullivan, Michael A. 

THE CHANGEABLE INCEPTION. 

THE DISRUPTED PERFECTION- 
ISTS. 

IRISHLY YOURS. 
Sumner, Charles. 

THE MAPLE LEAP. 
Supervielle, Jules. 

BOLIVAR. (R) 

LE VOLEUR D'ENFANTS. (R) 
Supervielle, Maria Del Pilar 
Saavedra. 

BOLIVAR. (R) 

LE VOLEUR D'ENFANTS. (R) 
Supervielle, Mme. Jules. SEE 

Supervielle, Maria Del 

Pilar Saavedra. 
Sutton, Lee. 

MARK TWAIN. 
Swann, Darius Leander. 

A DESERT, A HIGHWAY. 
Swann, Francis. 

INTO THE FIRE. 
Swarowsky, Hans. 

DON CARLOS. 
Sweat, Joe T. 

TWELVE NOON. 

WALK LIKE A MAN. 
Sweeney, R. L. 

THE HANGMAN'S LOOSE. 
Sweet, Joe, pseud. SEE 

Sweat, Joe T. 
Swinson, John. 

DINKY. 
Swoopes, Lorenza E. 

MARCH HAS A GOOD SIGN. 
Sydorick, Thomas. 

WALTZ, YEAH YEAH YEAH. 
Sylvaine, Marie. 

AREN'T MEN BEASTS. (R) 

A SPOT OF BOTHER. (R) 
Sylvaine, Vernon. 

AREN'T MEN BEASTS. (R) 

A SPOT OF BOTHER. (R) 
Szanto, George H. 

A PLAY AND A HALF. 
Sznycer, Bernard W. 

NO-MAN'S LAND. 
Szogyi, Alex. 

THE LOWER DEPTHS. 



T. F. T. Corp. 

COME ON STRONG. 
Tabor Films, Ltd. 

SEEDS OF APRIL. 
Taft, Mona Lisa. SEE Kelmo 

Associates. 
Talbert, S. S. 

THE AMATEUR. 
Tankersley, A. Owen. 

PETE'S POODLE DOG. 
Tanner, Charles M. 

THE CONTRACT. 

THE" DARK SIDE OF THE UNI- 
VERSE. 

THE DEVIL'S WEB. 

THE KING FROM TRUCKEE. 

THE STAR AND THE CROSS. 

WHERE THE HEART IS. 
Tanz, Eugene Robert. 

BERGLUND MOTOR COMPANY. 

C AND C FORD. 

FARMER DICK BARONE CHEVRO- 
LET. 

FERRARO OLDSMOBILE -CADILLAC. 

FIERSTIEN BROTHERS OLDSMO- 
BILE. 

KUTNER BUICK. 

MCCAFFERTY FORD. 

MCKEAN CHEVROLET. 

MURPHY FORD. 

RICE AND HOLMAN. 

TORELLI'S. 
Tardiff, Wayne D. 

THE SILENT ENEMY. 
Tate, Toby. 

BRAND NEW SHOES. 
Tavernite, Mrs. George. 

RAGGEDY ANN AND THE MAGIC 
PENCIL. 



Taylor, Donald D. 

JULIET AND SUE. 
Taylor, Douglas, pseud. SEE 

Taylor, Donald D. 
Taylor, Eleanor C. 

NUTTY MURIETA. 
Taylor, Jim. 

THE RARE PERFORMANCE. 
Taylor, Ken. 

THIS IS THE END. 
Taylor, Martha Pingel. 

THE ELEPHANT'S TAIL: OBJEC- 
TIVITY IN PERSPECTIVE. 
Taylor, Peggy. 

LEE. 
Tchaikowsky, P. I. SEE 

Chaikovskii, Petr Ilich. 
Tcheng, T'ing-Yu. 

LE SIGNE DE PATIENCE, ET 
AUTRES PIECES DU THEATRE 
DES YUAN. 
Teitel, Nathan R. 

CEREMONY OF INNOCENCE. 
Teitelman, Jonathan. 

CROSSROAD INN. 
Tekeyan, Charles. 

A MAN WITHOUT CHARACTER. 
Temple, Norman. 

CHICAGO. 
Tennant, Georgina. 

MEETING TODAY'S CHALLENGE 
WITH CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. 
Tennis, Craig, pseud. SEE 

Giroux, Craig Eugene. 
Tenor, John, pseud. SEE 

Pirrera, John A. 
Teodonno, Marta. 

A CARNIVAL NIGHT. 

THE CONQUEROR. 
Terence, pseud. SEE Afer, 

Publius Terentius. 
Terkel, Louis. 

AMAZING GRACE. 
Terkel, Studs, pseud. SEE 

Terkel, Louis. 
Terron, Carlo. 

L'AMICA DELLA TIGRE. 

LE MAMME. 

I NARCISI. 
Terry, Dewey, Jr. 

SURFER STREET. 
Terry, Robert. 

W. L. I. B. BRASS AND BLUE 
RECORDING SCRIPT. 
Terry, Roy Escott-. SEE 

Escott-Terry, Roy. 
Tervapas, Juhani, pseud. SEE 

Wuolijoki, Hella. 
Testi, Flavio. 

CATERINA ISMAILOVA. 
Teutsch, C. Kurt. 

HUMAN PHYSICS: THE APPLICA- 
TION OF NATURAL LAW TO 
INTERPERSONAL RELATION- 
SHIPS. 
Teutsch, Joel G. 

HUMAN PHYSICS: THE APPLICA- 
TION OF NATURAL LAW TO 
INTERPERSONAL RELATION- 
SHIPS . 
Thany, I., pseud. SEE 

Tihanyi , Tmre . 
Thayer, J. Hudson. 

PREACHER BOY. 
Theaterverlag Eirich G.M.B.H. 

EIN SCHONER HERBST. 
Theology Unit. SEE Catholic 

Students' Mission Crusade. 

School of Theology Unit, 

St. Meinrad, Ind. 
Thiegs, Francis J. 

A LADY OF REASON. 
Thill, Lewis Dominic. 

THE BEETLES ATTACK. 
Thomas, Brandon. 

CHARLEY'S AUNT. 
Thomas, Caitlin. 

DYLAN. 
Thomas, Frank, Jr. 

FIVE KEYS TO DEATH. 
Thomas, G. A. 

WINTER SUNSHINE. (R) 



Thomas, Lee A. 

PITCH. 
Thomas, Michael, pseud. SEE 

Grosso, Michael Thomas. 
Thomas, Peggy. 

QUEEN OF THE HOODS. 
Thomas, Reggie. 

YOU CAN WIN A SOUL FOR 
JESUS CHRIST. 
Thomas, Spencer, pseud. SEE 

Sokoloff, Ben. 
Thomas, Veronica. 

THE DEVIL LIVES IN HEAVEN. 
Thompson, Evan. 

ROBINSON CRUSOE. 
Thompson, Harlan. 

JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDER- 
ED. 
Thompson, Robert M. 

BALLAD OF A LATER DAY. 
Thompson, Wayne E. 

THE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 
CONCEPT OF CITY ADMINIS- 
TRATION. 

THE CITY MANAGER PROFESSION 
IN THIS AGE OF CHANGE. 
Thompson, William C. 

PILATE. 
Thorsen, Arthur L. 

LET YOURSELF GO. 

TALLY-HO . 
Thrall, Gordon B. 

STRAIGHT DOWN A CROOKED 
PATH. 
Thrall, Jerry, pseud. SEE 

Thrall, Gordon B. 
Thuna, Leonora. 

A HOUSE FOR ROSIE. 
Thurber, James. 

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER 
MITTY. 
Thurschwell, Harry. 

BROOKLYN BRIDGE, U.S.A. 
Thurzo, Gabor. 

BACK DOOR. 

HATSO AJTO. 
Tichenor, Tom. 

CHRISTMAS IN THE BARN. 

THE CHRISTMAS TREE. 
Tichenor (Tom) Enterprises, 
Inc. 

CHRISTMAS IN THE BARN. 

THE CHRISTMAS TREE. 
Tieman, Robert. 

THE ROAD. 
Tihanyi, Imre. 

THE COCK. 

THE SYMPTON. 
Timmory, Gabriel. 

TO KILL A MAN. (R) 
Toller-Bond, D. H. 

BUNTY THE BEAR. 
Tomaschke, John Arthur. 

THE OPERA BALL. 
Tomasson, Verna. 

PAUL BUNYAN. 
Tompkins, Alfred S. 

GOLGOTHA. 
Tompkins, Juliet Wilbor. SEE 

Pottle, Juliet Wilbor 

Tompkins . 
Tompkins, Tom, pseud. SEE 

Tompkins, Alfred S. 
Topliff, Calvin. 

WILLIE WINK. 
Torrens, Elsa M. 

ES MEJOR SONAR. 
Tosi, Louise. 

DONNA LEGGERA MISTERO. 
Towsen, A. N. 

ONLY IN THE U. S. .A. 
Tracy, Henry C . 

TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. (R) 
Tralis, Despi. 

THE EIDERDOWN QUILT. 

THE GIFT OF LIGHT. 

THE PAWN'S QUEENING. 
Trast, Carl Edward. 

STRICTLY, OUT TO LUNCH. 
Travi's, Katherine C. 

LOVES OF OLYMPIO. 



Trenton, Anne, pseud. SEE 

Martens, Anne Coulter. 
Trio Music Co., Inc. 

DYNAMITE TONIGHT. 
Troxler. Heinz. 

EIN LOWE GEHT UM IN ARKADA 
CITY. 
Troy, Jonathan. 

WEB OF MURDER. 
Truitt, Joy B. 

INVISIBLE BRIDE. 
Ts'in, Kien-Fou. 

LE SIGNE DE PATIENCE, ET 
AUTRES PIECES DU THEATRE 
DES YUAN. 
Tsubaki, Andrew T. 

THE SOUND OF NIGHT. 
Tull, Clyde C. 

CHILDREN OF THE INN. (R) 
Tull, Jewell Bothwell. 

CHILDREN OF THE INN. (R) 
Tully, Richard Walton. 

THE ROSE OF THE RANCHO. (R) 
Tuma, Marvin. 

AFRAID OF NO MAN ALIVE. 
Tung, pseud. SEE Orans, 

Marian Tung Yeh. 
Tuomioja, Vappu Illike. 

JUURAKON HULDA. (R) 
Turet, Milton. 

THE PROMOTER. 
Turmail, Richard L. 

GOLDY -LOCKS AND THE THREE 
BEARS . 
Tuttle, John. 

DANGER! LOVE AT WORK. 
Tuttle, John Orville. 

THE WAITING GAME. 
Twedt, Jerry Lee. 

THE CONSTIPATED EAGLE. 

THE DANGLING BUTTON. 
Twin son Co. 

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD. 

THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN. 

THE VILLAIN AND THE MAIDEN. 
Two Rivers Enterprises, Inc. 

THE MILK TRAIN DOESN'T STOP 
HERE ANYMORE. 
Tyler, Ginny, pseud. SEE 

Fenton, Merrie Virginia. 
Tyler, Mel. 

THE PARANOIA RESTAURANT. 



U 



Uman, Stephen D. 

PATHOGENESIS. 

WARD 0. 
Unart Music Corp. 

STOP SMOKING. 
Unbelieveable Pub. Corp. 

MUMMY'S MONKEY. 
Underhill, John Garrett. 

FOUR PLAYS BY LOPE DE 
VEGA. (R) 
Underhill, John Garrett, Jr. 

FOUR PLAYS BY LOPE DE 
VEGA. (R) 
Ungar (Frederick) Pub. Co., 
Inc . 

IPHIGENIA IN TAURIS. 
Unger, Robert. 

BEHIND THE DUNES. 
Union Bank & Trust Co. 

IT HAPPENED IN HOLLAND. (R) 
United Church of Christ. 
Stewardship Council. 

A NEW COMMITMENT. 
United Pop Rivets Fastener 

Division, United Shoe 

Machinery Corp. SEE United 

Shoe Machinery Corp. Unit- 
ed Pop Rivets Fastener 

Division. 
United Shoe Machinery Corp. 

KNOW YOUR COMPETITION. 
United Shoe Machinery Corp. 
United Pop Rivets Fastener 
Division. 

APPLICATIONS UNLIMITED. 



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Jan.-June 



Universal Edition. 

THE CADI OUTWITTED. 

PASSAGGIO. 
Universal Edition , A.G-. 

THE ABDUCTION OF EUEOPA. 

ARIADNE ABANDONED. 

DIMITRI SCHOSTAKOWITSCH: 
DIE NASE. 

DER GOLEM. 

THE LIBERATION OF THESEUS. 

MAHAGONNY SONGSPIEL. 
Usher, Gary. 

REPOSSESSION BLUES. 
Ustinov, Peter. 

PHOTO FINISH. 



Valency, Maurice. 

THE LODGERS. 
Vallance, Thomas. 

THE WILL OR THE WISH. 
Valle-Inclan, Ramon Maria del. 

THE DRAGON'S HEAD. 
Valles, Tony. 

CHAMPAGNE FOR BREAKFAST. 
Valmy, Jean, pseud. SEE 

Roland, Jean. 
Vanderbes, Romano. 

THE ONE HOUR NIGHT. 
Van der Linde (Victor) Co., 
Inc. 

FORTY-SECOND COMMERCIAL 
PROGRAMME. 

RADIO COMMERCIALS. 

3 3 -SECOND RADIO COMMER- 
CIALS. 
Vanderost, Kappa, pseud. SEE 

Belknap, Katharine V. R. 
Van Deusen, Frank. 

SPRING, 1865. 
Van Deusen, Peter M. 

FIFTY-FIVE'S FIVE O'CLOCK 
SOUNDS. 

ROUSTABOUT. 
Van Doren, Mark. 

NEVER, NEVER ASK HIS NAME. 
Van Druten, John. 

FLOWERS OF THE FOREST. (R) 

MOST OF THE GAME. (R) 
Van Heusen, Larry. 

MY GLITTERING SWORD. 
Van Kampen, Barbara. SEE 

Smith, Barbara Van Kampen. 
Van Ness, Clarke. 

IT'S GREAT TO BE A MINSTREL 
MAN. (R) 
Vann, Teddy, pseud. SEE 

Williams, Theodore. 
Vanora, Jerome P. 

THE BOY IS KILLED. 

THE MADMEN. 
Van Sickle, Raymond. 

BEST YEARS. (R) 
Vardaro, Jayne Tufts. 

TOMORROW IS HERE. 
Vaughan, R. Keye, pseud. SEE 

Vaughn, James E. 
Vaughn, James E. 

THE REVOLT OF DELBERT 
HORATIUS SWAYNE. 
Vavra, Robert . 

FILIPE. 
Vazakas, Byron Aristides. 

DEAREST GAVESTON. 
Vega, Lope de . SEE Vega 

Carpio, Lope Felix de . 
Vega Carpio, Lope Felix de. 

FOUR PLAYS BY LOPE DE 
VEGA. (R) 
Velida, pseud. SEE Benn, 

Velida de. 
Venice Music, Inc. 

SURFER STREET. 
Ventimiglia, Edward M. 

FUNNY YOU SHOULD SAY THAT. 
Ver Becke, W. Edwin. 

STAR IN YOUR HEART. 
Verdi 1 -, Giuseppe. 

DON CARLOS. 

LA TRAVTATA. 

DER TROUBADOUR. 



Verne, Jules. 

LES ADVENTURES OF MATHIAS 
SANDORF. 
Vernekoff, Myra. 

I'D SWEEP THE COBWEBS FROM 
THE SKY. 
Verneuil, Louis, pseud. SEE 

Du Boccage, Louis Collin. 
Vernon, Sister. 

UNDER THE GREENWOOD TREE. 
Victor, Victor. 

THE CAVERN. (R) 

TOMORROW MORNING. (R) 
Vigil, Reuben F. 

THE PAWN. 
Vila, Maria Arsuaga de . SEE 

Arsuaga de Vila, Maria. 
Vincent, E. Duke, pseud. SEE 

Ventimiglia, Edward M. 
Vines, Carolyn. 

LEGEND OF TOLEDO. 
Viviani, Vittorio. 

L'OSTERIA DI MARECHIARO. 
Vliet, Russell G. 

A FRIEND OF SAHARA. 
Vogel, Stephen Barry. 

AMERICA AND RUSSIA MUST 
UNITE AND BECOME ONE 
COUNTRY. 
Von Levetzow, K. M. SEE 

Levetzow, K. M. von. 
Von Patera, Herbert. SEE 

Patera, Herbert von. 
Von Seholz, Wilhelm. SEE 

Scholz, Wilhelm von. 



W 



Wagner, Edward T. 

MEDLEY OF A SKYLARK. 
Wagner, Helmut. 

DIMITRI SCHOSTAKOWITSCH: 
DIE NASE. 
Waith, Eugene M. 

BEN JONSON: BARTHOLOMEW 
FAIR. 
Walker, Mark. 

THE TRYING OF JACOB CHRIS- 
TOPHER . 
Walker, Mary K. 

PROFITS FROM DISH TOWEL AND 
DISH CLOTH NOVELTIES. 
Walker, Wayne P. 

MY OLD HOME TOWN. 
Wallace, Edith Franklin 
Kennedy. 

THE LITTLE COCONUT. 
Walser, Martin. 

THE DETOUR. 
Walsh, Mildred Schwab. 

SWING IT, SUSAN. (R) 
Wannberg, Kenneth. 

THE PARTY SHOP. 
Ward, James Theodore. 

OF HUMAN GRANDEUR. 

QUEEN OF THE HOODS. 
Ward, Milton Hood. 

YOU A GOOD GIRL. 
Ward, Robert Spelman. 

MISS PEGRAM AND THE RUS- 
SIAN. 
Ward, Theodore. SEE Ward, 

James Theodore. 
Warhol, Jean N. 

SAFRA '64 LIBRARY N0.1. 
Warner, Glen Dee. 

WILDCAT. 
Warner (Jerry) & Associates. 

SENSE & NONSENSE. 
Warner, Jimmie Royal. 

ABSOLUTELY ABSALOM. 
Warner, Louise H. 

THE CAGE. 
Warnock, Robert. 

REPRESENTATIVE MODERN PLAYS. 
Warren, Charlie Belle. 

FREE THEM. 
Warwick & Legler, Inc. 

THE MENNEN COMPANY MENNEN 
SKIN BRACER. 



Washburn, Deric. 

4 TELEVISION SKITS. 
Waters, Cora. 

A NEW LIFE BEGINS. 
Watson, Richard Loring. 

THE STRING. 
Watson, William C. 

IT'S ALL AN ACT. 
Watt, Billie Lou. 

GRODOWN. 
Watt, James. 

WHAT IS LIFE. 
Watts, Margaret B. 

MANON LESCANT. (R) 
Wayne, Kathryn . 

HERE GOES THE BRIDE. (R) 

THE SPIC AND SPAN. (R) 

THOSE DEVOTED DAPPLEBYS. (R) 
Wayne, Mel, pseud. SEE Wein- 

rach, Melvin J. 
Weales, Gerald. 

ELEVEN PLAYS. 
Weatherford, Robert L. 

THE TRIAL AT SILVER SPUR. 
Weathers, Philip. 

THE PROOF OF THE POISON. 
Weathers, Winston. 

THE CLOWNS. 
Weaver, Neal. 

CAFE FANTASIO. 
Webb, Marjorie Bowman, pseud. 

SEE Wire, Marjorie. 
Weber, Francine M. 

MEN HATE SIN. 
Wedekind, Frank. 

LULU. (R) 
Weeks, Ricardo. 

THE STREET IS NO PLACE. 
Weenick, Annabelle. 

THE JESTER. 

JUST TWELVE. 
Weenick, Mrs. Burton. SEE 

Weenick, Annabelle. 
Wehner, George. 

INTO THE SILENCE. 
Weigel, Hans. 

AXEL AN DER HIMMELSTUR. (R) 

DER SCHNEIDER IM 
SCHLOSS. (R) 

EIN SCHONER HERBST. 
We ige r , Eugene . 

MR. CHRISTMAS. 
Weill, Kurt. 

MAHAGONNY SONGSPIEL. 
Weiman, Rita. 

GIVE ME TOMORROW. (R) 

THE KINGS BREAKFAST. (R) 
We in, Sadye A. Berman. 

PLAYS FOR THE SCHOOL- 
ROOM. (R) 
Weinberg, Samuel. 

KNOW YOUR BABY. 
Weinberger (Josef) Ltd. 

LA BELLE HELENE. 

DER MIKADO. 
Weinberger, Sherry. 

LECTURES AND MATERIALS FOR 
ADVANCED GUITAR COURSE. 

LECTURES AND MATERIALS FOR 
BASIC GUITAR COURSE. 
Weinman, Jack. 

GIVE ME TOMORROW. (R) 

THE KINGS BREAKFAST. (R) 
Weinrach, Melvin J. 

GOODBYE, CHARLIE. 
Weinstein, Arnold. 

DYNAMITE TONIGHT. 
Weiser, Mel. 

ON, WITH THE SHOW. 
Weiss, William R. 

PEACE ON YOU. 
Weller, Norma. M. 

THE FACES OF AMERICA. 
Wells, Elizabeth. 

THE GREEN CUP. (R) 
Wells, Henry W. 

SIX SANSKRIT PLAYS. 
Welty, Eudora. 

THREE PLAYS. 
Wendt', Rosemary. 

AFTER EDEN - WHAT. 



Wenta, Stefan S. 

GASPING FOR BREATH. 
Werner, Gerson H. 

THE SHOW IS ON. (R) 
Werner, Myra, pseud. SEE 

Vernekoff, Myra. 
Werner, Norman 0. 

CULLIGAN TECH TRAINING 

FILM, A-C. 
Wessell, Eugene J. 

SAWDUST CAESAR. 
Wesson, Gene, pseud. SEE 

Wessell, Eugene J. 
West, Evelyn, 

NEW YORK LIMITED. (R) 
Wetterstroem, Carl A. 

TWENTY FIVE DAYS AGO. 
Wexley, John. 

BENEATH THE WEEDS. (R) 
Wheat, Susanne Chambers. 

THE TWO-FACED IDOLOTER. 
Wheatleigh, Inc. 

ENTERTAINMENT FOR MRS. OTIS. 
Whirlpool Corp. 

FIVE E'S MAKE AND A. 

SWEET AS A SUMMER BREEZE. 

TO SELL: TELL ALL. 
Whitbourn, Frank. 

ASK A POLICEMAN. (R) 
Whitcomb, Helen Hudson. 

MEDUSA'S CHILDREN. 
White, Alfred H. 

THE SAP RUNS HIGH. (R) 
White, Alice M. G. 

WITH JOHN GLENN. 
White, Cristina L. 

THUMBELINA. 
White, Melvin R. 

THE MIKADO, FOR READERS' 
THEATRE AND STAGE. 
White, Suzanne. 

LIFE. 
Whiteford, Edith L. 

GAY HATRED. 
Whitehead, Gordon. 

LATE HARVEST. (R) 
Whitelock, Kenly W. 

LIFE. 

THE THIN EDGE. 
Whiting, John M. 

THE MOON BOW. 
Whitney, John. 

THE SITE. 
Whittaker, Helene. 

WILD, WILD WORLD. 
Wholey, Gordon W. 

AFTER TAXES. 

JUST FOR THE DAY. 
Widem, Allen M. 

ONCE UPON A FESTIVAL. 

TONIGHT AT MY PLACE. 
Wiener, Hugo. 

DIE KLUGE WIENERIN. 
Wilbur, Crane. 

CALLIE JONES. 
Wilcox, Roy S. 

A RARE DAY IN APRIL. 
Wilde, Donald R. 

DRUMS OF MORNING. 
Wilde, Percival. 

TO KILL A MAN. (R) 
Wilder, Allen. 

A DAY OF INFAMY. 
Wilding, Inc. 

BEHIND THE SEAMS. 

THE BEST THING ON WHEELS. 

COURTESY & ATTITUDE. 

GO GOODYEAR. 

THE GOLDEN KEY. 

GOLDEN YEAR. 

GUARANTEES UNLIMITED. 

HENRY MCKENNA HAND MADE 
WHISKEY. 

INDUCTION STIRRED LADLE 
VACUUM DEGASSING WITH 
CARBON DIOXIDATION. 

1964 DEALER MEETING FILM. 

THE QUALITY STORY OF 
LUSTRO-WARE. 

SELL ESSO MORE IN '64. 

SERVICE. 



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NAME INDEX 



83 



ilding, Inc. -Con. 
SO YOU'RE IN THE CREDIT 

BUSINESS. 
WHAT TO DO BEFORE THE ORDER 

COMES. 
YOU CAN BET YOUR LIFE, 
filey, Valjean L. 
A NEW IDEA FOR LIVE NET- 
WORK TELECASTING- OF AN 
INTERNATIONAL GOLF EVENT. 
OUTLINE FOR ORAL PRESENTA- 
TION TO NATIONAL BROAD- 
CASTING COMPANY, MINNE- 
SOTA MINING & MANUFACTUR- 
ING, MACMANUS JOHN & 
ADAMS, FOR TELEVISING THE 
NATIONAL PRO-AMATEUR GOLF 
CHAMPIONSHIP. 
■Jilford, William. 

WHAT A BREAK, 
tfilkerson, Ellen. SEE 

Spears, Mary Ellen Wilker- 
son. 
tfilkes, Michael. 

THE PROBLEM OF COMMUNICA- 
TION, 
rfilkes, Michael Joseph. 

THE RALLY. 
Williams, Benjamin. 

THE ROAMING ADVENTURER. 
■Jilliams, Bernice Reed. 

BEST YEARS. (R) 
•Jilliams, Bertram R. 

THE ACCIDENT. 
Williams, Bertram Roger. 
THE NEST OF THE CUCKOO 
BIRD. 
[Williams, Howard L. 

THE BLACK AND THE WHITE. 
Williams, Ralph Vaughan. 
THE POISONED KISS. (R) 
Williams, Robert L. 
} WANTED, PEACE. 
Williams, Tennessee. 
" THE MILK TRAIN DOESN'T STOP 

HERE ANYMORE. 
Williams, Theodore. 

MUMMY'S MONKEY. 
iWilliams, Ursula Vaughan. 

THE POISONED KISS. (R) 
Williamson, Mrs. Harold. SEE 

Williamson, Susan Erwin . 
(Williamson, Susan Erwin. 
! THEODOSIA. 
Iwillis, Dorothy. 

BROOKLYN BRIDGE, U.S.A. 
Willis, Norma Davis. 

TOO GREAT THE PRICE. 
Wilson, Charles L. 
CICADA 

ECONOMIC THESIS: TECHNICAL 
WORKERS EXPORTATION DIVI- 
SION (TWED) 
RIDE SOUTH. 



Wilson (Heartsill) & Associ- 
ates, Inc. 

NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE 
POWER OF A WOMAN. 

THE SCIENCE OF CYBERNETICS. 
Wilson, Mrs. Joan. 

CICADA. 
Wilson, John Harold. 

SIX EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY 
PLAYS. 
Wilson, Richard Sewell. 

A FEW SKITS AND SONG ABOUT 
THINGS RIGHT AND WRONG 
WITH THE WORLD, THE 
CHURCH AND YOU. 
Wilson, Sally. 

EVIL TROUBLEMAKERS. 
Wilson, Schuyler. 

WHO THREW THE OVERALLS. 
Wilson, W. Heartsill. 

THE SCIENCE OF CYBERNETICS. 
Wilson, William. 

THE NEGRO GIANT. 
Wilson Research Foundation, 
Inc . 

THE VITAL ALTERNATIVE. 
Winden, Warren Edward. 

ONE WHOLE MILLION. 
Winkler, Georg C. 

DER TROUBADOUR. 
Winslate, Inc. 

ONE RED SUSPENDER. 
Winslow, Rainsford J. 

COUNTRY CLUB. 
Winslow, Winifred W. 

COUNTRY CLUB. 
Winston, Clara. 

THE DEPUTY. 
Winston, Richard. 

THE DEPUTY. 
Winter, Rudolph Theodor. 

THE ROSE FESTIVAL. 
Wire, Bernice. 

WHY ME. 
Wire, Marjorie. 

GOING PLACES. 
Wise, Keith W. 

THE DEATH OF JOHN FITZ- 
GERALD KENNEDY. 
Wise, Leonard. 

THE LOSERS. 
Witkin, Norma. 

BROOKLYN BRIDGE, U.S.A. 
Wolak, Camilla Howes. 

GULLIBLE 'S VICTORY. 

THE WIZARD OP OZ. 
Wolf -Ferrari, Ermanno. 

DER CAMPIELLO. (R) 
Wolfe, Charles Vernon. 

THE LITTLE ASTRONAUTS. 
Wolff, Ruth Rehrer. 

COURTS OF LOVE. 

STILL LIFE--WITH APPLES. 
Wolf son, John S. 

MOTHER HUMP. 



Wolfson, Victor. 

EXCURSION. (R) 
Wood, Anne W. 

PARKER'S NEW MONOLOGUES. (R) 
Wood, Henry M. 

THE 3RD KING. 
Woodard, Lloyd. 

WHAT IS AN ALBUM. 
Woodmansee, Stanley. 

STARBRIGHT. 
Woolard, Mrs. J. M. 

MOON MAGIC. 
Woolrich, Cornell, pseud. 

SEE Hopley-Woolrich, 

Cornell George. 
Wordsworth, Robert, pseud. 

SEE Fand, Robert. 
Workshop Annex. 

YOUNG AMERICA. 
World Wide Medical News Ser- 
vice, Inc. 

SOLVING PROBLEMS IN THE 
DOCTOR -PATIENT RELATION- 
SHIP. 
Worlitzer, Rudolph. 

k TELEVISION SKITS. 
Woroner, Murry. 

TIPS ON TOTS. 
Woroner, Murry. SEE Woroner 

Productions. 
Woroner Productions. 

THE FIRST CHRISTMAS, THIS 
IS THE DAY THAT WAS. 

TIPS ON TOTS. 
Woronov, Naomi Aylene. 

A PERIPATETIC CHRISTMAS. 
Wrather Corp. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 
Wright, Bernice Ida. 

I WONT TO SING. 
Wright, Fannie. 

CASUALTIES ON THE HOME- 
FRONT. 
Wrigley (William, Jr.) Co. 

JOBBER SALESMAN STUDY. 
Wuest, Harry. 

VALLEY OF FEAR. 
Wuolijoki, Hella. 

JUURAKON HULDA. (R) 
Wylie, Philip. 

SWING IT, SUSAN. (R) 



Yaeger, Marshall Jay. 

SUE DRINKWATER THINKS SO 
TOO AND OTHER SHORT STOR- 
IES. 
Yale, Elsie Duncan. 

CHOICE PLAYS FOR CHILDREN'S 

DAY. (R) 
LADY GREEN GOWN. (R) 
THE RESURRECTION PROVED. (R) 
Yale University. 

BEN JONSON: BARTHOLOMEW 
FAIR. 



Yang, Richard F. S. 

YUAN DRAMA. 
Yanni, Eugene. 

NOTICE ME. 

TO TOSS, TO TURN. 
Yonah Music, Inc. 

OLD NORTH STAR. 
Young, David P. 

SWINE SONG. 
Young, Douglas M. 

A THIN LITTLE BOOK. 
Young, Jimmie Hodges. 

THE MECHANICAL DOG. 
Young, William Lyman. 

GREEK LINE. 
Young Men's Christian Associ- 
ations. National Board. 

BETTER PLAYS FOR TODAY'S 
CHURCHES. 
Yuan. 

LE SIGNE DE PATIENCE, ET 
AUTRES PIECES DU THEATRE 
DES YUAN. 



Zak, Joseph Bernard. 

ALL FOR THE LOVE OF JENNIE. 
MATTY. 
Zak Music Co. 

ALL FOR THE LOVE OF JENNIE. 
Zawadzka, Zofia. 

KARIERY: LIST OD IRENY & 
PORA FI0^K6W. 
Ziegler, George. 

THE ORACLE. 
Zilahy, Lajos. 

EIN MAEDCHEN AUS GUTEM 
HAUSE. (R) 
Zillmer, Herman Lawrence. 

ARISTOPHANES' THE FROGS. 
Zimmer, Eleanor B. 

THE SOUTREAU SYSTEM. 
Ziniewicz, John. 

A RIDE ON A COMET. 
Zoder, Henry J. 

ASTRONAUT NO. 99. 
Zofia Bystrzycka. SEE 

Bystrzycka, Zofia. 
Zondervan Pub. House. 

RELIGIOUS PLAYS THAT CLICK. 
Zortman, Lewis C. 

CREATION OF DESIRE THROUGH 
STIMULATION. 
Zouary, Maurice H. 

THE FIRST WORLD WAR. 
Zukor, Adolph, II, 

AROUND THE WORLD WITH 
NELLIE BLY. 
Zweig, Arnold. 

DRAMEN. 
Zwerin, Charlotte. 

ROBERT FROST: A LOVER'S 
QUARREL WITH THE WORLD. 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 1 8, Parts 3—4, Number 2 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

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July— December 

1964 




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1964 




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Page 

Current Registrations 85 

Renewal Registrations 135 

Name Index 145 



Introduction 



PARTS 3-4 list dramas, dramatico-musicals, lee- 2) 

tures, sermons, monologs, and radio, television, 
and recording scripts registered in classes C and 
D. Many of the recording scripts are made to 3) 

accompany filmstrips which are registered in 4) 

classes A and J and listed in Parts 12-13: Motion 
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Selected published dramas currently registered in 6) 
class A are also included for the convenience of the 
user. 

Arrangement is by title. Each work is described 
in a main entry which includes information 
pertinent to the copyright claim. References 
lead from variant titles, from distinctive subtitles, 
and from other titles associated with the work. 7) 

The Name Index to the names of authors, 8 ) 

editors, claimants, etc. given in the main entries 
covers both currently registered works and re- 
newal registrations, the latter being identified 
by the symbol (R). 9) 

For works currently registered, the main entry 
includes the following items of information if 10 ) 

available and applicable: 
1) Title. 



Names of persons or agencies contributing 
to the work (authors, editors, compilers, 
etc.). 

Edition statement. 

Place of publication for all foreign works; 
and for domestic works if given in an im- 
print on the work. 

Name of the first-named publisher given in 
an imprint on the work. 
Physical description, consisting of the num- 
ber of pages or other terms descriptive of 
the work; unpaged works and those with 
complicated or irregular paging are de- 
scribed as 1 v. ; in the case of works issued 
in more than one volume, the number of 
volumes is given. 
Series statement. 

Number of acts or scenes when not given 
as part of the sub-title; author and title of 
a work on which the dramatic work is 
based or with which it is correlated. 
Names of authors given in the application 
which do not appear elsewhere in the entry. 
Name of the employer in the case of a 
work made for hire, if so named in the 
application. 



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which relates to the registration of an earlier 
version of the work. 

1 2 ) Brief statement of the new matter on which 
copyright is claimed, preceded by the ab- 
breviation NM, if this information is given 
in the application and is not indicated 
elsewhere in the entry. 

1 3 ) Copyright symbol ©. 

14) Name of the copyright claimant. 

15) For published works, date of publication 
as given in the application; for unpub- 
lished works the date on which the last of 
all items required to complete registration 
(i.e., copy, application and fee) was re- 
ceived in the Copyright Office. 

16) Registration number. 

For published works, whenever it is necessary 
to indicate a variation between the information 
given in the application and in the copy of the 
work with respect to the claimant's name or the 
date of publication, the data from the application 
are given first, followed by the phrase "in notice" 
and the data given in the work; e.g., © Richard 
Roe; 12Sep64 (in notice: 1963); DP5500. 

Works deposited in connection with copyright 
registration may be selected for inclusion in the 
collections of the Library of Congress. Library 
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For renewal registrations, the main entry in- 
cludes the following items of information if 
available and applicable : 

1) Title. 

2) Names of authors of renewable matter. 
Edition statement. 
Number of acts, scenes, or volumes. 
Series statement. 

Brief statement of the new matter on which 
the original copyright was claimed, pre- 
ceded by the abbreviation NM, if available 
in the renewal application. 
Copyright symbol ©. 
Date of original copyright. 
Original registration number. 
Name of the renewal claimant followed by 
a statement in parentheses, usually abbre- 



3) 
4) 

5) 
6) 



7: 



9) 

icr 



viated, 



the basis of the renewal 



claim as supplied by the applicant; e.g., 
"John Doe (NK)" indicates that renewal 
of copyright is claimed by John Doe as next 
of kin of the deceased author. 

1 1 ) Date of receipt of the renewal application 
or fee, whichever is later. 

1 2 ) Renewal registration number. 



Abbreviations and Symbols 



The following list includes abbreviations and 
symbols used in this catalog with specific copyright 
or bibliographic meanings. Definitions are not 
given for abbreviations in common use. 

(A) author 

a.a.d.o. accepted alternative designation of 

a.k.a. also known as 

appl. application 

© copyright symbol 

(C) child or children of the deceased 
author 



comp. 
d.b.a. 


compiled by, compiler 
doing business as 


(E) 


executor (s) of the author 


ed. 


edition, editor 


(NK) 


next of kin of the deceased author, 




there being no will 


NM 


new matter 


P- 
(PCB) 


page(s) 

proprietor of a work copyrighted by 
a corporate body otherwise than as 
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Registrations July-December 1 964 

Class C— Lectures and other works pre- Renewals: Classes C and D 448 

pared for oral delivery 374 

„ _ „ r . , , . These fieures represent the number of regis- 

ClassD — Dramatic and dramatico-mu- & r 

sical works published in the trations for dramas and works prepared for oral 

United States 235 

Dramatic and dramatico-mu- delivery for July-December 1964, but do not 

sical works published abroad- 25 necessarily represent the exact number of entries 
Unpublished dramatic and dra- 

matico-musical works 1,427 in this issue of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. 

Dramas registered in class A____ 61 Reg i st ration figures for other classes of material 

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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



A list, arranged by title of domestic and foreign dramas, dramatico-musicals, 
lectures, sermons, monologs, and radio, television, and recording scripts registered 
during the period covered by this issue. References from variant titles and from 
distinctive subtitles are interfiled. 



A 



A. AGAINST EAGLE; or, It was the 
rabbit's fault; or, In crime's 
cradle. By Asher Devere. 60 1. 
A play in three acts. © Asher 
Devere; l6jul64; DU6O766. 

A. J. WELDON. See 
ABOUT A HOUSE. 



AARON COPLAND, by John Christopher Pad- 
dack. 11 1. © John Christopher Pad- 
dack; 30Sep64; C17103. 



ABELARD AND HELOISE, a play by T. A. 
Pascal, pseud, of Pascal Tchakmakian. 
80 1 . A play in three acts. 
© Pascal Tchakmakian; 8jul64; 
DU60692. 



THE ABOMINABLE ONE, by Betty Lou Hill. 
1 v.. A play. © Betty Lou Hill; 
2Dec64; DU61741. 



ABOUT A HOUSE, by Gladys S. Foster. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as A. J. Weldon. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Gladys 
S. Foster; 23Jul64; DU60723. 



ABRAHAM, an original script. 13 1. 
© The Grail; 7Dec64; DU61752. 

THE ABSOLUTE TRUTH, by A. Salisbury 
Reed. 131 1. A screenplay. © Alice 
Salisbury Reed; 19Aug64; DU60979. 

THE ACCIDENT, a play by Eddie Friedman 
(Edward Friedman) 91 1. 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Flowers 
don't grow here. NM: additions & 
revisions. ©Eddie Friedman; 80ct64; 
DU61442. 



THE ACHIEVEMENT OF SPIRITUAL HEALING, a 
lecture on Christian Science by Fran- 
cis William Cousins. 19 1. (Full 
report, no. 4) © Francis William Cous- 
ins; l6Sep64; C17079. 



DER ACKERMANN AUS BOHMEN, von Johannes 
von Saaz. Nachgedichtet & bearb. 
von Wolfgang Schwarz. Hamburg, 
R. Bars Buhnenverlag. 19 P- 
©Richard Bars Buhnenverlag, K.G., 
"Die Ramp.-"; lSep64; DFO-1329- 

THE ACQUITTED, a one act play by Ronald 
Meyers. 29 1. © Ronald Meyers; 
17Dec64; DU61916. 

ACROSS THE NARROWS. See 
CATCH A MORNING STAR. 



ACROSS THE RIVER, a play in three acts 
by Steven Cornell, Glenn Close, Vir- 
ginia Entwistle & David Kluthe. Rev. 
Jan. 10, 1964. I v. ©Moral Re-Arm- 
ament, Inc.; 10Sep64; DU61167. 



ACT THREE; farce by Jascha Kessler. 
65 1. A play. © Jascha Kessler; 
300ct64; DU61531. 



ADAM AND EVE IN THE LOOKING GLASS, by 
Ingram Smith. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Ingram Smith & Florence F. Craven; 
9Jul64; DU60637. 

ADAM AND EVE THE II; comedy in one act 
written by Lester Caster, pseud, of 
Eleuthere Carasteriopoulos. 1st. ed. 
Sept. 12, 1964. © Lester Caster; 
I40ct64; DU61383. 



ADAPT OR DIE, by Harry Muheim. 1 
A play in three acts. © Harry 
Muheim; HDec64; DU61876. 

ADDING MACHINE. See 

THREE PLAYS ABOUT BUSINESS IN 
AMERICA. 



ADVENTURE IN MYTHS, a 15 -minute weekly 
lecture television presentation for 
children of all ages by N. G. Flokos. 
10 1. © Nicholas G. Flokos; 21Jul64; 
C16932. 

ADVENTURE THE FIRST. See 
MISS PEABODY'S WORLD. 



THE ADVENTURES OF A HITCH HIKER; an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Jose Galvan. 32 1. 
© Jose Galvan; 8Dec64; DU61838. 



THE ADVENTURES OF EBB AND FLOOD TIDE, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Charles L. Hardesty. 
52 1. © Charles L. Hardesty; HAug64; 
DU60826 . 

ADVENTURESOME YOUNGSTER, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by H. Symes. 33 1. © H. Symes; 
50ct64; DU61316. 



ADVERTISING & MERCHANDISING PRESENTA- 
TION TO MEMPHIS LIGHT, GAS & WATER 
DIVISION, by Brick Muller, Draper, 
Swearingen, Dorrity Advertising. 1 
© Brick Muller, Draper, Swearingen, 
Dorrity Advertising, Inc.; 28Sep64; 
C17110. 

AENEID. See 

CHARMS AND THE MAN. 



AESOP'S FOIBLES, a morality play in 
three portentous parts, with Pro- 
logue . . . words by Harry Smith. 
44 1. Book & lyrics for traditional 
music; includes music for 1 song. 
© Harry E. Smith; 13Jun64; DP5436. 



AFTER A STORM HAS PASSED, a drama in 
three acts by Y. S. Harris. 57 1. 
© Y. S. Harris; 2Nov64; DU61541. 

AFTER THE FALL, a play by Arthur Miller. 
New York, Viking Press. 114 p. 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
28Jan64. NM: revisions. © Arthur 
Miller; 10Jul64; DP5621. 



AFTER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS, I FOUND HIM 
AND LOVED HIM, THEN LEFT HIM, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Alberta Pennington. 
30 1. © Alberta Pennington; 8Sep64; 
DU61122. 



AFTERMATH; an original story written 
& adapted for television by Edna 
Brown. 32 1. © Edna Brown; l6Nov64; 
DU61658. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, by Allan Mandel- 
stamm for Campus World. 27 1. A dis- 
cussion In four parts. © Campus 
World, Inc.; 28Dec64; C17270. 

AIN'T IT A SCREAM: A new musical with 
book by Albert Dickason & music & 
lyrics by Sam Anderson. 1 v. 2 acts. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Sam 
Anderson & Albert Dickason; 200ct64; 
DU61446. 



AINT LOVE GRAND; an original comedy in 
three acts by Orvar Arne Rosengren. 
137 1. © Orvar Arne Rosengren; 
9Dec64; DU61868. 



AIRSTRIP FOR TERA WANA, a one act play 
in two scenes by Charles Enfield Ram- 
say. 50 1. © Charles Enfield Ramsay; 
l6Sep64; DU61215. 

ALADDIN AND THE MAGIC LAMP, by Jim 

Eller & Jeanne Bargy. 1 v. A musical 
play in two acts. Based on the origi- 
nal story from Arabian nights. 
© Jim Eiler & Jeanne Bargy; 6Jul64- 
DU6O590 . 

THE ALARMING MRS. BARNES, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Louis Fransko. 4l 1. 
© Louis Fransko; l4Sep64; DU61178. 

ALBEE WHO? By A. H. Roemer. 1 v. A 
play in 3 scenes. © Anthony H. 
Roemer; 6Aug64; DU60801. 

ALCALDE DE ZALAMEA. See 

LA VIDA ES SUENO AND EL ALCALDE DE 
ZALAMEA. 



ALFRED DER GROSSE & HANNIBAL UND SCIPIO; 
zwei Fragmente von Franz Grillparzer. 
Eingeleitet von A. GrUnberg, mit 4 
Bildbeigaben. Wien, Bergland Verlag. 
69 p. (Osterreich-Reihe, Bd.217) 
NM: additions. © Bergland Verlag, 
G.M.B.H.; 3Sep64; AFO-43634. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND, a new musical 
adaptation. Book by Chandler Warren; 
lyrics by Chandler Warren; music by 
Robert Miles. 2 v. NM: additions. 
© Arlie Chandler Warren, Jr. & Robert 
Miles; 5Aug64; DU60969. 

ALL ABOUT EVE. See 
THE WISDOM OF EVE. 



ALL FOR HEIR DUBLE, by Robert C. Lally. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Robert C. 
Lally; 7Aug64 ; DU60810. 

ALL FOR LOVE. See 

FOUR GREAT RESTORATION PLAYS. 



ALL GREEN, a play for children of 
elementary school age by Richard 
Allen Meinert. 14 1. © Richard 
Allen Meinert; 31Aug64; DU61066. 



ALL LN A POLYETHYLENE BAG, a satirical 
revue by Christopher W. E. Bigsby 
& others. 1 v. A play. Includes 
lyrics for 1 song. © Christopher 
W. E. Bigsby; 13Jul64; DU6065I. 

ALL MY DARLINGS, a comedy In three acts 
by Thomas Byrnes; based on the book 
of the same name. New York, 
S. French. 69 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc . ; 6Jul64 ; DP5502 . 

ALL MY PRETTY ONES, a one act play by 
Sydorick. 26 1. © Thomas Sydorick; 
3Dec64; DU6l801. 



ALL MY SONS. See 

THREE PLAYS ABOUT BUSINESS IN 
AMERICA. 

ALL THE FALLEN; screenplay by Victor 
Gabriel Junquera & Alfonso Rosati. 
147 1. © Victor Gabriel Junquera; 
8Aug64; DP5445. 

ALL THE LIVELONG DAY, a play in three 
acts by George T. Klop. 106 1. 
© George Thomas Klop; 23Sep64; 
DU61229. 



ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS, a screenplay by 
Art Wolff (Arthur Wolff) & Les Roberts, 
pseud, of Lester A. Roubert. Sug- 
gested by Goodnight, Christina, an 
original story by Virginia Euwer Wolff. 
206 1. © Lester A. Roubert & Arthur 
Wolff; HAug64; DU60836. 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL. See 

SIX PLAYS OF SHAKESPEARE: ROMEO AND 
JULIET, RICHARD II, AS YOU LIKE IT, 
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, OTHELLO, 
THE WINTER'S TALE. 



ALOHA HAWAII; musical. Buch & Musik: 
Pete Lee Zoellner, Fred T. Smith & 
R. Alex Anderson (R. Alexander Ander- 
son. Deutsche Fassung: Walter 
Brandin. 123 1. 2 acts. Text in 
German. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU57350. NM: translation. © Pete 
Lee Zoellner, Fred Theodore Smith & 
R. Alexander Anderson; 30Nov64; 
DU61779. 

ALONE IN THE PARK, by Bartholomew 

Joseph Castrichini. 58 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Barthol- 
omew Joseph Castrichini; 4Dec64; 
DU61732. 



ALONG THE CHISHOLM TRAIL; an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Florence Meyers Sellers. 
36 1. © Florence Myers Sellers; 
190ct64; DU61425. 



ALTER EGO, by Frederick Mason. July 
1964. 142 1. A play in 3 acts. 
©Frederick Griswold Mason, Jr.; 
2Jul64; DU60578. 



ALWAYS READY, a comedy by Nicholas Di- 
Mlnno. Ill 1. 3 acts. © Nicholas W. 
DiMinno; 13Jul64; DU6066I. 

AMERICA COMES OF (A VERY YOUNG) AGE! 

Keynote address by Julian H. Miller II. 
1 v. © Julian H. Miller II; 20ct64; 
C17113. 

THE AMERICAN FOLK FESTIVAL OF MUSIC, 
SONG AND DANCE; in two acts & many 
scenes, for the arena stage & for 
theatres & auditoriums with large 
stages; conceived & presented by Ar- 
thur Atwood Mahoney. 21 1. Narration 
script. © Arthur Atwood Mahoney; 
HSep64; C17086. 

AMERICAN PRACTICAL POLITICS: PRESSURE 
GROUPS, prepared by Donald C. Blais- 
dell for Campus World. 6l 1. A dis- 
cussion in eight topics. © Campus 
World, Inc.; 28Dec64; C17265. 

THE AMERICAN PRAYER, by Walter E. 
McGinn, Jr. Sheet. © Walter E. 
McGinn, Jr.; 20Jul64; C16977. 



AMERICAN SILHOUETTE, by Rochelle Philipp. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. NM: additions. 
© Rochelle Philipp; 22Jul64; DU60719. 



AMERICA'S MIDDLE-OF-THE-ROAD MORALITY, 
an address given by Paul G. Neimark. 
17 1. © Paul G. Neimark; 24Sep64; 
C17091. 



THE AMMAUS ROAD, an Easter play by 
Harriette Swope Jeanes. Winona 
Lake, Ind. , Rodeheaver, Hall-Mack 
Co. 16 p. 3 scenes. © Rodeheaver 
Co.; 29Dec64; DP5631. 

THE AMOROUS FLEA, a musical comedy 
based on Moliere's School for wives. 
Book by Jerry Devine; music & lyrics 
by Bruce Montgomery. Dramatists 
Play Service. 71 p. 3 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. by Jerry Devine as The cuckold's 
nest. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Jerry Devine & Bruce Montgomery; 
HSep64; DP5474. 



ANALYSIS -LECTURE OF PAINTINGS; 5 scripts 
by Bedouin Baden, pseud, of Helen 
Cloud. 1 v. © Helen Cloud; 21Dec64; 
C17223. 



ANATOMY OF A MURDER, a play by Elihu 
Winer; based on the novel by Robert 
Traver. 1 v. 3 acts. ©Elihu Winer; 
24Jul64; DU60731. 



THE ANCESTORS, by Florence Bakalyar. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Florence 
W. Bakalyar; 8Sep64; DU6lll8. 

AND GLADLY TEACH, a musical in two 
acts. Idea: Richard Wiggin; plot: 
Nancy DeLeonibus; dialogue: Fred 
Carpenter; lyrics: Fred Carpenter 
& others; music: Nancy DeLeonibus 
& Richard Wiggin; editing: Constance 
Bowen. 1 v. © Fred Carpenter, 
Richard G. Wiggin, Nancy DeLeonibus & 
Berdyne Eddy; 17Nov64; DU61682. 



AND NOW A WORD, a comedy in three acts 
by Bill Svanoe. 1 v. © Bill Svanoe; 
30Sep64; DU61385 . 



AND SO, SO LONG! By Frank Fowler. 
17 1. A play. © Frank Fowler; 
30Nov64; DU61776. 

AND SUCH A KING. See 
MODERN CHANCEL DRAMAS. 



AND THE CHILD WAS BORN, by Arthur Zapel, 
Jr. 10 1. ©Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 
10Nov64; DP5613. 

AND THE GYPSIES WILL COME, by Martha 
Craven. 5 1. A play. © Martha 
Craven; HSep64; DU61151. 



AND THEY LIVED HAPPILY? An original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Mrs. L. D. Bergren. 35 1. 
© Mrs. L. D. Bergren; 17Aug64; 
DU60946 . 



AND VISIONS OF SUGAR PLUMS, a play by 
Barry Pritchard. 59 1. 2 acts. 
© Barry Pritchard; 27Jul64; DU60734. 

ANDEREGG, by A. H. Roemer. 1 v. 
1 act. © Anthony H. Roemer; 
21Deo64; DU61935- 



ANDREW JOHNSON; written by Philip S. 
Goodman. Final draft. 47 1. (Pro- 
files in courage, by John F. Kennedy) 
4 acts. © Robert Saudek Associates, 
Inc.; 17Sep64 ; DP5512. 






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87 



ANDROCLES AND THE LION, by Aurand 

Harris. A play for the young, based 
on the Italian tale of Androcles and 
the lion, and written in the style 
of Italian commedia dell 'arte. 
Anchorage, Ky., Children's Theatre 
Press. 50 p. © Children's Theatre 
Press; l4Aug64; DP5449. 

ANGELS HAVE WHITE WINGS, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Ethel Anderson Becker. 
31 1. © Ethel Anderson Becker; 
2Nov64; DU61550. 

ANGEL'S PARADISE, a play in three acts, 
by Robert A. Wallace. 115 1. 
© Robert A. Wallace II; 3Aug64; 
DU60784. 



THE ANGELS SANG, a one act Biblical 
drama for Christmas by Esme James. 
Kansas City, Mo., Llllenas Pub. Co. 
8 p. © Lillenas Pub. Co., a regis- 
tered trade name of Nazarene Pub. 
House; lAug64; DP5577 . 

ANIMALMATION; an original story written 
& adapted for television by Ben Jones. 
31 1. © Ben Jones; 9Nov64 ; DU61616. 

ANNA KARENINA, by Leo Tolstoy. Adapted 
by James Goodwin & Eugenie Leonto- 
vich. 1 v. A play. NM: revisions & 
additions. © James Goodwin & Eugenie 
Leontovich; l6Nov64; DU61677 . 

ANNE HUTCHINSON; written by Jonathan 
Miller. Pinal draft, Oct. 6, 1964. 
53 1. (Profiles in courage, by John 
P. Kennedy) 4 acts. © Robert Saudek 
Associates, Inc.; 60ct64; DP5563. 

ANOTHER DAY, a drama in three acts by 
Margaret McLennan. 94 1. © Margaret 
McLennan; 150ct64; DU61400. 

ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER DOLLAR, a new 

musical comedy. Book, music & lyrics 
by Arnold W. Koch & Mario T. Truglio. 
63 1. 2 acts. Book only. © Arnold 
W. Koch & Mario T. Truglio; 26May64 ; 
DU60772. 

ANOTHER EVENING WITH BILL WILLOUGHBY: 
SECOND SET. Special material written 
by Bob Baker, pseud, of Frederick R. 
Baker, & Jeanne Baker. 10 1. © Bob 
Baker & Jeanne Baker; 28Sep64; C17095. 



ANOTHER KEY TO HAPPY MOTORING. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Donald Corlett; 
12Nov64; C17177- 

ANOTHER KIND OP LOVE, a play in one 
act by Robert Kornfeld. 10 1. 
©Robert J. Kornfeld; lDec64; DU61785 . 



ANOTHER SUMMIT CONFERENCE, by Irving 
Baronfeld. 71 1. A play In three 
acts. © Irving Baronfeld; 17Aug64; 
DU60940 . 



ANOTHER WAR, by Mary B. Bush. 2 1. 
A play. © Mary B. Bush; lSep64; 
DU60991. 



ANXIETY IN GENERAL PRACTICE. 1 v. 
(Hahnemann Medi-Disc, program IX) 
Lectures 1-4 & panel discussion. 
A recording script. © Silver Plas- 
tics, Inc.; l8Nov64; CI7182. 

ANTIDISESTABLISHMENTARIAN, by Jean 
Field, pseud, of Florence Gllckman. 
1 v. A musical screenplay. 
© Florence Gllckman; 5Jan65; 
DU61923. 



ANTIGONE, REVISITED, by Iris Faye Rosof- 
sky. 13 1. A play. © Iris Faye Ros- 
ofsky; 25Sep64; DU61248. 

ANYBODY'S CHILD, a musical memory. 
Book by Lila Levant; music & lyrics 
by Lorenzo Fuller. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Lila Levant & Lorenzo Fuller; 
13Nov64; DU61645. 

ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN IN AMERICA. See 
THE DREAM AND THE PROMISE. 

APACHE STRONGHOLD. (Honcho) 73 1. 
A screenplay. © Fred Robert Cetti, 
Jr.; 300ct64; DU6l44l. 



APPLE CORE, a play by Robert England. 
141 1. 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 9May6l, DU53180. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Robert England; 
2Jul64; DU60579. 

APPLE VALLEY, an original story & 
shooting script by John Myhers. 
88 1. © John Myhers; 19Aug64; 
DU60878. 



THE APPLES, THE SINGING AND THE GOLD, 
a darkly comic play by Patrick Shan- 
non, pseud, of Roy Cleveland Shan- 
non III. 56 1- 3 acts. © Roy Cleve- 
land Shannon III; 50ct64; DU61326. 



APPROACH TO SELLING. 27 1. (Culllgan 
sales training film script, no.l) 
Appl. author: Duane E. McCommon. 
©Culllgan, Inc.; 27Mar-64; C17012. 



APRIL IS THE CRUELLEST MONTH, a play in 
three acts by J. Perry. 1 v. 
© Jerry Paul Perry; 220ct64; DU61489. 

APSAKYMAI. See 
RASTAI, V. 



ARABIAN NIGHTS. See 

ALADDIN AND THE MAGIC LAMP. 



ARCHITRUC, by Robert Pinget. Translat- 
ed by Michael Benedikt . (in Modern 
French theatre. New York, Dutton. 
p. 331-358) © Michael Benedikt; 
Uul64; DP55t3. 

ABE YOU TRADING AROUND THE WORLD? 

An international direct mail program 
presented to the First National Bank 
of Miami by Salesadvisors. 7 1. 
Appl. author: Philip J. Taylor. 
©Salesadvisors, Inc.; 23Jul64; 
C16946. 



ARISE, FOR THY LIGHT IS COME, a 

Christmas pageant by Myrtle E. Felk- 
ner. Winona Lake, Ind. , Rodeheaver, 
Hall-Mack Co. 17 p. 4 scenes. With 
music. NM: compilation & text. 
© Rodeheaver Co.; 70ct64; A722708. 

AROUND AURELIAN'S WALL, a musical in 
three acts; book, music & lyrics 
by Barbara Peters French. Book & 
lyrics only. © Barbara Peters 
French; 5Aug64; DU60903. 



AS GOOD AS OSGOOD, by Frank Fowler. 
16 1. A play. © Frank Fowler; 
30Nov64; DU61772. 



AS YOU LIKE IT. See 

SIX PLAYS OF SHAKESPEARE: ROMEO AND 
JULIET, RICHARD II, AS YOU LIKE IT, 
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, OTHELLO, 
THE WINTER'S TALE. 



ASK ANY GIRL, a musical comedy in two 
acts adapted from the book by Wini- 
fred Wolfe. Lyrics by David Rogers, 
music by Mark Bucci, book by Christo- 
pher Sergei. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. 
Co. 184 p. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: lyrics. © Mark Bucci & David 
Rogers; 1Nov63; DP5453. 

ASK THE MAN WHO GIVES, by Glenn W. 
McCracken. Birmingham [Ala.] Pro- 
gressive Farmer. 6 p. © Progressive 
Farmer Co.; HAug64; DP5444 . 



ASPECTS OF A HOMECOMING, three scenes 
by Nicholas Biel, pseud, of Nicholas 
Biel Jacobson. 1 v. S Nicholas 
Biel Jacobson; 13Aug64; DU60860. 



THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY. 
10 1. A story. © Algernon D. Black; 
3Uul64; C16950. 

ASSIGNMENT: NAPLES, a segment for the 
television series entitled Peace and 
Miss Revere, by Tad Danielewski. 
42 1. © Tad Danielewski; 30Sep64; 
DU61384 . 

AT WHITLEY'S FIFTH AVENUE, an original 
musical comedy; book & lyrics by Wil- 
liam Grant. 155 1. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © William Grant; 8Sep64; 
DU61244. 

ATHENS: PAST AND PRESENT; original 
story by Thimios Gioulos & Andreas 
Thomopoulos. 2d draft screenplay, 
Sept. 11, 1964. 1 v. © Andreas 
Thomopoulos & Thimios Gioulos; 
23Nov64; C17175. 

ATLANTIS, a new kind of musical play by 
Christopher Gore. 106 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Christopher 
Gore; l6Sep64; DU61215. 

ATTILAS NACHTE; Tragb'die von Julius 
Hay. Relnbek bel Hamburg, Rowohlt 
Verlag. 151 P. "5 acts. 
© Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H. ; 5May64; 
DF1755. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY (Record- 
ing scripts) Scripts in this series 
are by Dento-Medical Tapes. 
© Dento-Medical Tapes. 
v.7. 

3. Digest issue. July 1, 1964. 
© l8Jun64; C16945. 

4. July 16, 1964. Clinical issue. 
NM: revisions & additions. 

© 13Jul64; CI6916. 

5. Digest issue. Aug. 1, 1964. 
NM: additions & revisions. 

© 27Jul64; C16938. 

6. Clinical issue. Aug. 16, 1964. 
NM: additions & revisions. 

© 27Jul64; C16937. 

7. Sept. 1, 1964. Digest issue. 
© 24Aug64; C17024. 

8. Sept. 16, 1964. Clinical issue. 
NM: revisions. © 24Aug64; C17023. 

9. Oct. 1, 1964. Digest issue. 
© 28Sep64; C17097. 

10. Oct. 16, 1964. Clinical issue. 
NM: revisions. © 28Sep64; C17096. 

11. Digest issue. Nov. 1, 1964. 
© 260ct64; C17148. 

12. Clinical issue. Nov. 16, 1964. 
© 260ct64; C17147. 

13. Dec. 1, 1964. Digest issue. 
© 24Nov64; C17195. 

14. Dec. 16, 1964. Clinical issue. 
© 24Nov64; C17196 . 

15. Jan. 1, 1965. Digest issue. 
© 24Dec64; CI7251. 

16. Jan. 16, 1965. Clinical Issue. 
© 24Dec64; C17250. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



THE AUDITION, a short play by Barry 
Pritchard. 31 1. © Barry Pritchard; 
27Jul64; DU60735- 

AUG IE, by Robert Somerfeld. 1 v. 

A play in three acts. © Robert Somer- 
feld; 24Aug64; DU60880. 

AUGUSTE RODIN: A SELF PORTRAIT, a tele- 
vision film based on the artist's 
words & masterpieces, written by Ed 
Fryers (Edwin Daniel Fryers) 24 1. 
© Edwin Daniel Fryers; 24Nov64; 
C17194. 

DIE AUSFLUGE DES HERRN BROUCEK; auf den 
Mond und ins XV. Jahrhundert von Leos 
JanaSek. Oper^in 2 Teilen (9 Bildern) 
Libretto nach Cech, Dyk 8: Prochazka 
von Karlheinz Gutheim. Klavierauszug. 
Wein, Universal Edition. 262 p. 
(UE 13886) Text in German. © Uni- 
versal Edition, A.G.; 15May64; 
DFO-1319. 



AVALANCHE; written for television by 
Barrett St. Michael, pseud, of 
Michael Stephen Barrett. From the 
short story. 27 1. © Michael Stephen 
Barrett; 200ct64; DU61386. 



AVENTURA EN LO GRIS; dos actos y un 
sueno de Antonio Buero Vallejo. 
[Madrid] Ediciones Alfil. Ill p. 
(Coleccion teatro, no.408) © Antonio 
Buero Vallejo; 30Jun64; DFO-1330. 



B 



THE B.U.G.S., a play in three acts, by 
Warren Glffln. 109 1. © Warren 
Eugene Giffin; 17Aug64; DU60932. 



BAAL, A MAN'S A MAN AND THE ELEPHANT 
CALF; early plays by Bertolt Brecht; 
edited & with introductions by Eric 
Bentley. New York, Grove Press. 
218 p. (An Evergreen black cat book, 
BC-60) © Eric Bentley; 20Jul64; 
DP5569. 



BABES IN MOONLAND. 
MOON CHILD. 



See 



BABES IN THE WOOD, a new musical. 

Book, music & lyrics by Rick Besoyan 
(Richard Besoyan) Freely adapted 
from Shakespeare's A mid-summer 
night's dream. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Richard Besoyan; 12Nov64; DU61638. 

BABES ON THE MOON. See 
MOON CHILD. 



BABU GOES WEST. See 
INDIAN GOES WEST. 



BABY ROSE, de Marc Camoletti. 203 1. 
A play in 3 acts. Text in French. 
©Marc Camoletti; 20Jul64; DU60985 . 

THE BABY-SITTER, an original screen- 
play by Jerry Bader. 32 1. 
NM: additions 8c revisions. © Jerome 
Bader; lJJul64; DU6O653. 



A BABY SITTING TRAINING PROGRAM, written 
by K. H. Reidenbach. 17 1. Recording 
script. © Kenneth Harold Reidenbach; = 
20ct64; C17112. 



BACH & BALLANTINE'S, by Ermine Glider, 
pseud, of Ann Glider. 72 1. A play 
in 12 scenes. NM: revisions. © Ann 
Glider; 10Jul64; DU60643. 



BACKGROUND ON CONTROL AND DISCIPLINE. 
(Fundamentals of control of people) 
15 1. A lecture. © Harry H. Clark; 
200ct64; C17138. 



BACKLASH; or Dirt. A new play by 
Albert A. Bernstein. 1 v. 4 acts. 
© Albert A. Bernstein; 23Dec64; 
DU61942. 

BAJOUR, a new musical. Book by Ernest 
Kinoy; music & lyrics by Walter 
Marks. Based on The New Yorker 
stories, by Joseph Mitchell. 1 v. 
A play in two acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Ernest Kinoy; 20Jul64; 
DU60886. 



THE BALLAD OF BAGEL BEND; two act 

comedy written by Jerry Levin. 30 1. 
© Jerry Lee Levin; 270ct64; DU61511. 

THE BALLAD OF HOT DOG COOLEY, a short 
play by Barry Pritchard. 1 v. 
© Barry Pritchard; 27Jul64; DU60736. 

THE BALLAD OF RIVERBOAT TOWN, a musical 
pjay. Book & lyrics by Geoff 
LoBaito, pseud, of Jasper A. LoBaito, 
& Herbert D. Greggs; music by Herbert 
D. Greggs. 2 v. 2 acts. © Geoff 
LoBaito & Herb D. Greggs; 29Jul64; 
DU60840 . 



THE BALLAD OF ROBIN HOOD, a play in 
two acts by Pat Hale (Patricia Anne 
Hale) 44 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Pat Hale; 10Dec64; DU61743. 

THE BALLAD OF ROCK AND ROLL, a play in 
three acts by Leo Rutman. 1 v. 
© Leo Rutman; 29Sep64; DU61270. 



BALLO IN MASCHERA. 
EIN MASKENBALL. 



See 



THE BALLOON MAN, a play for children 
of elementary school age by Richard 
Allen Melnert. 13 1. 2 acts. 
© Richard Allen Melnert; 31Aug64 ; 
DU61067 . 



BALLS, one act, by Paul Foster. 15 1. 
A play. © Paul Foster; 4Aug64; 
DU60790. 



BAN ME THUOT, a play in three acts by 
Jerry Greene, pseud, of Charles J. 
Greene, Jr. 149 1. © Jerry Greene; 
23Sep64; DU61232. 



BANANA BOAT BEAT, an original screenplay 
by Jack Paul Bluestein. 21 1. 
© Jack Paul Bluestein; 22Jul64; 
DU60717. 



DER BARBAR; Tragikomodle in funf Akten 
von Julius Hay. Reinbek bei Hamburg, 
Rowohlt Verlag. 128 p. © Rowohlt 
Verlag, G.M. B.H.; 270ct64; DF1748. 



BARBARA'S LEGACY, an original story 
written 8c adapted for television by 
Mrs. A. H. Lyle (idalee M. Lyle) 
40 1. © Idalee M. Lyle; 25Aug64; 
DU61027. 



THE BARBARIAN, a history by William H. 
Honan. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
©William H. Honan; 31Aug64; DU6IO56. 



BARBECUE JOINT; M. Johnson 8: Jimmie E. 
Hanz, composers. 2 1. © Jimmie E. 
Hanz; 24Jul64; C16948. 



BARCA SIN PESCADOR. See 

THE BOAT WITHOUT A FISHERMAN. 



BAREFOOT IN THE PARK, a new comedy by 
Neil Simon. New York, Random House. 
143 P- 3 acts. © Ellen Enterprises, 
Inc.; lSep64; DP5478. 



THE BARGAIN HUNTER; sample script by 
S. Joseph Fantl. 17 1. © s. Joseph 
Fantl; 2Nov64; C17160. 



BARRIER, a one-act play in two scenes 
by Hilda Benson Powicke. New York, 
Friendship Press. 48 p. © Friend- 
ship Press, Inc.; Uun64 ; DP5451. 



THE BATTLE OF HARLEM HEIGHTS, written 
by Dorothy Ney Sebastian. 1 v. A 
script in three acts. Adaptation of 
The Washington headquarters presents. 
© Dorothy Ney Sebastian; 3Aug64; 
DU60863 . 

BATTLE THAT WAS NEVER FOUGHT. See 
DON AMIGO. 



BAY OF THE WEPAWAUG, NEW ENGLAND, 

U. S. A. Sheet. Radio script. Appl 
author: Harold Cabot 8: Co., Inc. 
© Carling Brewing Co., Inc. d.b.a. 
Carling Brewing Co.; 27Aug64; C17030. 



BEANPOLE HITS THE JACKPOT; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Ralph Greenstreet. 33 1. 
© Ralph Greenstreet; 8Dec64; DU6186I. 



BEAR CLAW RANCH; an original story 
written 8c adapted for television by 
Freda Sellers. 32 1. © Freda 
Sellers; 200ct64; DU61460. 



BEAR WITH US; an original musical 

comedy. Music by Marty Worth (Martha 
Worth Micci); book 8c lyrics by A. J. 
Micci. 1 v. 9 scenes. © Alfio 
Micci & Marthe Worth Micci; 210ct64; 
DU61474 . 



BEATLES IN NEW YORK, by Rehecka Kosior. 
Sheet. © Rebecka Kosior; 13Aug64; 
C17105. 



DIE BEATLES UND DIE WEIBER. 1 V. 
© Rebecka Kosior; 13Aug64; C17106. 



THE BEATNIK AND THE DOG, by Harry 
Becker. 110 1. A musical play in 
3 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Harry 
Becker; 3Uul64; DU60774. 



BEAUTIFUL, TALENTED, ETC. ETC., by 
Julie Berns. 1 v. A play in two 
acts. © Julie Berns; 30Jul64; 
DU60684. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST; adapted from the 
old French legend by Ellen Stuart; 
lyrics by Pat Hale. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book 8: lyrics only. © Ellen Stuart; 
28Aug64; DU60912. 



BEAUTY AND THE BEAT, by Darrow Anthony 
Solari. 50 1. A play in 3 acts. 
NM: additions 8c revisions. ©Darrow 
Anthony Solari; l6Jun64; DU60617 . 

BEAUX' STRATAGEM. See 

FOUR GREAT RESTORATION PLAYS. 



BECKER AND BURNS. Sheet. Appl. author: 
Eugene Robert Tanz. © Cox & Tanz 
Advertising Agency; 13Aug64; C16971. 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



A BEDROOM TO HERSELF, a comedy by Lee 
Mir.off (Leon Minoff) & Stanley Price. 
134 1. A play in 3 acts. © Leon 
Minoff & Stanley Price; lbNov64; 
PU61579- 



BEFORE BREAKFAST; one act play by Vlada 
Dimac. 42 1. © Vlada Dimac; 4Nov64; 
DU61562. 

BEGGAR ON HORSEBACK. See 

THREE PLAYS ABOUT BUSINESS IN 
AMERICA . 



BEGINNING ENGLISH COMPOSITION, prepared 
by Sumner Ives for Campus World. 
54 1. A discussion. © Campus World, 
Inc.; 28Dee64; C17255. 



BEHIND THIS MASK, a play in three acts 
by E. Clayton McCarty. Evanston, 
111., Row, Peterson. 130 p. 
© Row, Peterson 8s Co.; lSep59; 
DP5422. 

BELL; 5-Act play by Omar Shapli. 90 1. 
© Omar Shapli; llSep64; DU61152. 



THE BELL TOLLED DEATH, an original 

screenplay written by S. Norman Shore. 
6l 1. 56 scenes. © S. Norman Shore; 
90ct64; DP5554. 



BEN FRANKLIN IN PARIS. Play & lyrics 
by Sidney Michaels; music by Mark 
Sandrich, Jr. 1 v. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Sidney Michaels; 
20ct64; DU61297. 



THE BENEVOLENT BUDDHA; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Kanah Elizabeth Haswell. 
31 1. © Kanah Elizabeth Haswell; 
9Nov64; DU61610. 

THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH, a new comedy 
by Henry Carlen. 1 v. 5 acts. 
© Henry Carlen; 80ct64; DU6135I. 

BESUCH AUS DER ZONE; Schauspiel in drei 
Akten von Dieter Meichsner. Reinbek 
bei Hamburg, Rowohlt Verlag. 112 p. 
3 acts. © Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H. ; 
25Jan58; DF1752. 

BETTER READING, THE SOUND WAY; script 
for records. N0.1A1-1A2, 1B1-1B3 & 
lessons no. 1-20. 1 v. 25 scripts. 
© Lyons Recordings, Inc. & Steven A. 
Warren; 2Dec64; C17219- 

BETWEEN THE LASHES OF YOUR EYES, a play 
by Jean Reuterman. 26 1, © Jean 
Reuterman; 23Nov64; DU61716. 



BETWEEN THE LEFT AND THE RIGHT, a drama 
in three acts by Annabelle Farmelant. 
60 1. © Annabelle Farmelant; 
HDec64; DU61753. 

BEYOND THE FOOTLIGHTS. See 
THREE TO GET MARRIED. 

BEYOND THE STREWN CABLES ON A COLD CON- 
CREATE FLOOR, a farce in three acts by 
George K. Hohn. 92 1. © George K. 
Hohn; 10Aug64 ; DU60816. 



BEYOND THIS HOUSE, a play in three acts 
by James Neyland. 190 1. © James 
Neyland; 30Sep64; DU61387 . 

THE BICYCLE, by Marjorie Hutt. 25 1. 
(Everyday things and the inner eye, 
program no. 3) © Marjorie Hutt; 
22Jul64; C16935- 



THE BIG BLACK BOX; comic opera in one 
act & four scenes. 1 v. Libretto. 
© Francis Steegmuller; 15Dec64; 
DU61893. 



BIG PLANET, a screenplay by David Dozer 
& Otis Maclay. From the novel, Big 
planet, by Jack Vanice. 172 1. 
© David Dozer & Otis Maclay; 28Sep64; 
DP5527. 

THE BIG SPLIT, by Ron Engle (Ronald 
Gene Engle) 27 1 . A play. © Ronald 
Gene Engle; 6Jul64; DU60611. 



THE BIGOT'S DAUGHTER, by Betty Choyce 
Sheehan, pseud, of Mary Elizabeth 
Sheehan. 8l 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Betty Choyce Sheehan; l4Dec64 ; 
DU61881. 

BILL & MARTHA (TELEVISION PROGRAM) See 
NOW OUR DAY BEGINS. 



BILL PAER'S LEARN TO SPEAK FLUENT 
BROKEN ENGLISH; six parts. 1 v. 
© William E. Paer; 4Aug64; C16953. 



BINGO, by Regis J. Cordic. Sheet. 
A poem. © Cordic, Inc.; 20Nov64; 
C17173. 



THE BIRTHDAY WE CELEBRATE, by Jerry 
Sullivan. St. Louis, Bethany Press. 
16 p. 7 parts. © Bethany Press; 
3Aug64; DP5471. 

BITTER BREAD: A dramatic reading by 
Walt Anderson. New York, Seabury 
Press. 46 p. © Walt Anderson; 
31Aug64; DP5511- 

BLACK CHRISTMAS, a coincidental inci- 
dent of Christmas Eve by Robert Faust 
Sheaf fer. 30 1. A play. © Robert 
Faust Sheaffer; 21Sep64; DU61221. 

THE BLACK MESSIAH, a Negro drama in 
three acts by Stan Papell. 125 1. 
© Stan Papell; 4Sep64; DU61115 . 

BLACK MINUTE; an original story written 
& adapted for television by Lee Morris. 
35 1. © Lee Morris; l6Nov64; DU61652. 

THE BLACK POEM, an original screenplay 
by Meir Zarchi. 30 1. © Meir Zarchi; 
23Dec64 ; DU61944 . 



BLAISE, by Marcel Pagnol. A play in a 
prologue & four acts. English trans- 
lation by Carl E. Freybe. 1 v, 
© Marcel Pagnol; 29Sep64; DU61260. 

BLIND DATE, a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by Sardinha & Day. 1 v. © Carleton 
Day & Dorothy Sardinha; 21Aug64; 
DU60883. 

BLIND MAN'S BLUFF, by Sr. Christella 
Marie Floyd. 27 1. A play. 
© Sr. Christella Marie; 23Nov64; 
DU61711. 

BLINKY'S CHRISTMAS ADVENTURE, by Mildrej 
Collins. 4 1. Narration script. 
© Mildred Collins; 25Sep64 ; CI7082. 

THE BLOOD KNOT, a play in seven scenes 
by Athol Fugard. Johannesburg, 
Simondium Publishers. 131 p. 
© Athol Fugard; 30Dec63; AI-9094. 

THE BLOOD SUCKERS, an original screen- 
play written by S. Norman Shore. 
40 1. 43 scenes. © S. Norman Shore; 
4Sep64; DP5465. 



BLOW NOT THE FIRE, by Margaret F. 
Jennings (Frances Neubern, pseud.) 
127 1. A play in 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Blow not the 
smouldering flames, DU51172. 
© Margaret F. Jennings; 21Aug64; 
DU60999. 

BLOW NOT THE SMOULDERING FLAMES. See 
BLOW NOT THE FIRE. 



RLUE BERRYING; an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
M. A. Michel. 37 1. © Mary A. 
Michel; 9Nov64; DU61602. 



BLUE RUNNING, by Fred Maurice Plemmons. 
124 1. A screenplay. © Fred Maurice 
Plemmons; 9Nov64; DU6l6l7 . 



BLUEBONNET, a comedy by Charles Smith, 
pseud, of Edwin E. Benoist. 6 1. 
Prolog only. Copy states play copy- 
righted Oct. 5, 1964. ©Edwin E. 
Benoist; 4Jan65; DU61903. 



BLUEBONNET, a play by Ed Belhomme, pseud 
of Edwin E. Benoist. 94 1. 16 scenes 
© Edwin E. Benoist; 50ct64; DU61328. 



BOARDWALK, a new musical. Book & lyrics 
by Ray Hamby (Raymond I. Hamby); music 
by Tom Conlin. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © Raymond I. Hamby; 90ct64; 
DU61292. 



THE BOAT WITHOUT A FISHERMAN.' (La barca 
sin pescador) By Alejandro Casona; 
translated into English by R. Thomas 
Douglass. 51 1. 2 acts. © R. Thomas 
Douglass; 5Nov64; DU61587. 

LA BOMBE; piece en deux parties & huit 
tableaux par Alfred Fabre-Luce. 
Paris, La Table Ronde. 185 p. © Edi- 
tions de la Table Ronde; 4Nov64; 
DFO-1333. 



BONHEUR, IMPAIR ET PASSE; theatre par 
Francoise Sagan, pseud, of Francoise 
Quoirez. Paris, R. Julliard. l4l p. 
2 acts. ©Rene Julliard; 30May64 ; 
DFO-1318. 



BOOKEY, a three-act play for children 
by Cameron Willis Garbutt. 86 1. 
© Cameron Willis Garbutt; 300ct64; 
DU61533. 

BOOMER DAYS, an original story written 
& adapted for television by James 
Graves. 29 1. © James Graves; 
17Aug64; DU60925. 

THE BOTTLE; a diversion by Kenneth Ber- 
nard. 42 1. A play in one act. 
© 0. Kenneth Bernard; l8Aug64; 
DU60953. 



THE BOUNCING BALL; script for radio or 
television series. Episode no.l. 
1 v. © A. P. Poston; 24Jul64; CI6936. 

BOWLEG BILL, THE SEA-GOING COWBOY. See 
THE CAPTAIN AND THE COWBOY. 



BOWLING BALL; script for radio or TV 
commercial or advertisement by L. H. 
Demaree. Sheet. © Lorain Holmes 
Demaree; 20Nov64; C17189. 



BOY AND SHOVEL; an original musical 
play by Howard Cruse & Jay Birdsong 
(Jackson Holt Birdsong, Jr.) 2 v. 
2 acts. © Howard Cruse & Jay Bird- 
song; 200ct64; DU61463. 



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July-Dec. 



BOYHOOD'S END, by Kent Deigaard. l4l 1. 
A play in three acts. © Kent Dei- 
gaard; 3Nov64; DU61556. 

BREAD AND ROSES; 1 act drama by Bertha 
Marie Clark. 40 1. 2 scenes. 
© Bertha M. Clark; 17Aug64; 
DU60930 . 



DIE BREMER STADTMUSIKANTEN, ein Marchen 
nach den Gebrudern Grimm von Hans 
Peter Doll und Giinther Pleckenstein. 
Reinbek bel Hamburg, Rowohlt Verlag. 
64 p. © Rowohlt Verlag, G.M. B.H. ; 
lDec6l; DFI751. 



THE BRIDE FROM MANTUA, put into verse 
form by Richard Eberhart. Adapted 
from the English prose version by 
Jill Booty of Lope de Vega's Justice 
without revenge (El castigo sin 
venganza) 1 v. A play- in 3 acts. 
© Richard Eberhart; 24Jun64; DU60529. 



BRIGHT SIDE; sermonette with organ 
background. 1 v. Appl. authors: 
Ermant Franklin, Jr. & Johnny Martin. 
©Lion Pub. Co., Inc.; 9Nov64; C17169. 



BRISTOL HARBOR, NEW ENGLAND, U. S. A. 
Sheet. Radio script. Appl. author: 
Harold Cabot & Co., Inc. © Carllng 
Brewing Co., Inc. d.b.a. Carllng 
Brewing Co.; 27Aug64; C17029. 



BROKEN COLUMNS, by Lygia Fonseca de 
Ras. 84 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Lygia Fonseca de Ras; 28Aug64; 
DU61049. 

BROKEN PITCHER. See 

FOUR CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOUS PLAYS. 



?HE BROKEN RING, by Robert Kornfeld. 
58 1. A nlay. © Robert J. Kornfeld; 
13Aug64; DU60855. 



THE BROKEN RING, by Robert Kornfeld. 
56 1. A play. © Robert J. Kornfeld; 
l8Nov64; DU61684. 



BRONZOVA RAPSODIE; o ctyrech zpevech. 
By Frantisek Langer. 92 1. Book 8: 
lyrics only. © Frantisek Langer; 
31Jul64; DU60907. 



BROTHER, MY LOVE, by August C. Nerad . 
94 1. A screenplay. © August C. 
Nerad; 8Sep64; DU61133. 

BUDDY, a play in two acts by Len Seaberg 
(Leonard Thomas Seaberg) 77 1. 
© Leonard Seaberg; 260ct64; DU61499. 



THE BUILDERS, by Jay Greenfield. 82 1. 
A screenplay in three parts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Pat McCulloch. 
NM: Additions. © Jay R. Greenfield; 
60ct64; DU61337. 



THE BUILDERS; shooting script. 7 1. 
© Group II Films, Inc.; 120ct64; 
DU61370. 

BULLHORN FOR MONNIE, an original tele- 
play by Charles Leo Carey. 28 1. 
© Charles Leo Carey; 21Dec64; 
DU61929. 



BULLY; A play with music. Book by 
Robert Alan Craig. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book only. © Robert Alan Craig: 
24Nov64; DU61740. 



BUNBURY; Komodie in drei Akten von 
Oscar Wilde. Deutsche Bearbeitung 
von Robert Gillner. Wiesbaden, 
Ahn & Simrock. 119 P- © Ahn & 
Simrock, Buhnen- und Musikverlag; 
10ct64; DFO-1327. 

THE BURNT OFFERING, a new play in 
three acts, by Richard S. Usem. 
124 1. © Richard S. Usem; 26Aug64; 
DU61039. 

A BUS RIDE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Thomas S. 
Watson. 34 1. © Thomas S. Watson; 
8Sep64; DU61123. 



BUSINESS AS USUAL AT LOVELADY GOODE'S, 
a play in three acts by Jane Chambers. 
1 v. © Jane Chambers; 12Nov64; 
DU61636. 



BUSSY D'AMBOIS, by George Chapman. 
Edited by Robert J. Lordi. Lincoln, 
University of Nebraska Press. 128 p. 
(Regents Renaissance drama series. 
General editor: Cyrus Hoy; Advisory 
editor: G. E. Bentley) NM: introd., 
appendixes, explanatory notes. 
© University of Nebraska Press; 
11Nov64; A725583. 



BUT HENRY HAS HEART, a three act play 
by Carolyn F. Liebich. 90 1. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Carolyn 
F. Liebich; 190ct64; DU6l4l7. 



BUT TAKE A LITTLE WINE, an original 
play by William Eaton. 127 1. 
2 acts. © William Eaton; 20Jul64; 
DU60702 . 

THE BUTCHER WAS A MOODY MAN, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by John Gee, pseud, of John G. Allison. 
31 1. © John G. Allison; 21Sep64; 
DU61202. 



BUTTERNUT FUDGE, a one -act play by 
William Paulk. 18 1. © William 
Paulk; 7Aug64; DU60806. 

BUVOS SZEKRENY.* See 
DER WUNDERSCHRANK. 



BY SEAGIRLS WREATHED. 54 1. A play in 
eight scenes. © Joel Schwartz; 20ct64; 
DU61284. 

BY SOME CHANCE. See 
YESTERDAY TO ETERNITY. 

BYE, BYE, BIKINI AND OTHER BAND MAGIC 
HALFTIME SHOWS, by I. E. Clark. 
1 v. © I. E. Clark; 23Nov64 ; C17214 . 

BYEON, a play by Winifred Willis, 
pseud, of Winifred VJ. Speaks. 1 v. 
9 scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as The fool of fame (Byron) NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Winifred Willis: 
28Dec64; DU61966. 



CABALLERO DE OLMEDO. See 
THE GENTLEMAN FROM OLMEDO. 



CADILLAC DREAMS, a two-act play by 
Norman H. Jordan. 77 1. © Norman 
Jordan; 150ct64; DU6l4o6. 

THE CAGE, a symbolic comedy by Lawrenc 
Parke. 1 v. 3 acts. © Lawrence 
Parke; ?!Dsc64; DU61937. 



CAGES: SNOWANGEL, EPIPHANY; two one-act 
plays by Lewis John Carlino. Acting 
ed. Dramatists Play Service. 63 p. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Lewis 
John Carlino; HSep64; DP5476. 

CALDWELL MANOR, by Howard Portnoy. 
109 1. A play in three acts. 
© Howard Portnoy; 220ct64; DU61488. 

CALL ME MOTHER, a musical comedy by Ruth 
Lembeck & Zena Brody. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Zena Brody & 
Ruth Lembeck; 30Sep64; DU61257. 



CALL OF THE SCARECROW, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Charles Alexander. 30 1. 
© Charles Alexander; 8Sep64; DU61127 . 

CAMPAIGN TRAIN WITH WALTER CRANKCASE & 
FANCY FLICKERSON, by Stephens, pseud. 
of Christine Sommers & Davis, pseud, 
of B. Marc Sommers. 2 1. © B. Marc 
Sommers & Christine Sommers d.b.a. 
Buzzard Productions; 4Dec64; C17184 . 



CAN YOU BELIEVE IT? Fantastic play in 
three parts by Dorothy Meller. 82 1. 
©Dorothy R. Meller; 4Sep64; DU61114 . 



THE CANANEA STORY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Ted E. Hartwlg. 33 1. © Ted E. 
Hartwig; 25Aug64; DU61022. 



CANARY IN A CHINABERRY TREE, by Jere 
Admire. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Jere Admire; 3Dec64; DU618OO. 



CANDORA BLAKE, by Barbara Shanewood, 
pseud, of Barbara Schoenholtz. 
132 1. A play In four acts. 
© Barbara Shanewood; 13Jul64; 
DU60841. 



CANDY AND DIAMONDS, a comedy in three 
acts by Albert Green. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 89 p. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 15Sep64; DP5484 . 



CANDY FLOSS, an operetta for children 
written and composed by Muriel 
Herbert. London, Elkin; New York, 
Galaxy Music Corp. 14 p . © Elkin & 
Co., Ltd.; 2Nov64; DFO-1332. 



LA CANTATRICE CHAUVE; anti-piece, suivie 
d'une scene inedite, par Eugene 
Ionesco. Interpretations typograph- 
ique de Massin & photographique d'Henry 
Cohen d'apres la mise en scene de 
Nicolas Bataille. [Paris] Gallimard. 
1 v. Prev. reg. 1954. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Editions Gallimard; 
30Sep64; DFO-1337. 



CANTERBURY TALES, by Milan Yancich. 
67 1. A play in three acts. Based 
on the Canterbury Tales, by Geoffrey 
Chaucer. © Milan Michael Yancich; 
3Aug64; DU60864. 



CAPE COD, NEW ENGLAND, U. S. A. Sheet. 
Radio script. Appl. author: Harold 
Cabot & Co., Inc. © Carllng Brewing 
Co., Inc. d.b.a. Carllng Brewing Co.; 
27Aug64; C17039. 



CAPETAN LEFTERIS. 
THE CARRIER. 



See 



CAPPUCINO, MQN AMOUR. (Jack in the 
box) By Stefan Kanfer & Jess J. 
Korman. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Jess J. Korman & Stefan Kanfer; 
8Dec64; DU61957. 



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91 



CAPRICCIO, by Arthur Schnitzler, a new 
translation & adaptation by Ella A. 
Malin. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Ella Malin; 10Aug64; DU60996. 



CAPRICE, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Jacques H. 
Perreault. 32 1. © Jacques H. 
Perreault; llAug64; DU60828. 

THE CAPTAIN AND THE COWBOY, a musical 
in three acts by Charles Frink. 
Based on Bowleg Bill, the sea-going 
cowboy; or, Ship Ahoy an ' let 'er 
buck! By Jeremiah Digges. 1 v. 
© Charles Prink; 24Nov64; DU61635 . 

CAPTAIN LOVELOCK, chamber opera in one 
act. Based on Ludvig Holberg's 
comedy The changed bridegroom. 
Libretto and music by John Duke. 
New York, C. Fischer. 92 p. Vocal 
score. 0436O. © Carl Fischer, Inc.; 
2Sep64; DP5477. 

THE CAPTAIN'S MARBLES, a tragicomedy 
in two acts, by James Leland Spencer, 
Jr. 108 1. © James Leland Spencer, 
Jr.; 24Aug64; DU60875- 



THE CARDS, a TV thriller by Edward P. 
Goodnow. 1 v. 3 acts. © Edward P. 
Goodnow; 50et64; DU61304. 

CAREER CLUB IN N. Y. See 
DON'T CRY, BABY. 

CARRETA. See 
THE OX CART. 



THE CARRIER; or Capetan Lefteris. 
A story for the screen written in 
Greek & translated into English by 
John Yiovou, pseud, of Jean Yiovou. 
64 1. © Jean Yiovou; lAug64; DP5557 . 



CARVING A STATUE, a play by Graham 
Greene. London, Bodley Head. 
82 p. 3 acts. © Graham Greene; 
HNov64; AF22283. 



CASKET LETTERS, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by Olivia 
Edwards. 30 1. © Olivia Edwards; 
50ct64; DU61309. 



CATCH A MORNING STAR, a play in three 
acts by Leroy Stone. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 196l & as Across 
the narrows, 1962. NM: additions. 
© Leroy S. Stone; 8Dec64; DU61829. 

THE CATCH COLT, a folk tale of the 
Western Plains with music. Book & 
music by Mary O'Hara. Dramatists 
Play Service. 114 p. 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Markane Co., Inc.; HSep64; 
DP5473. 



CATHERINE AU PARADIS. 
MO INS UNE. 



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THE CATHOLIC HOUR (Television program) 
Scripts In this series are written by 
Michael Costello, pseud, of Richard J. 
Walsh. © Richard J. Walsh. 
Christianity rediscovered, pt.4: A 
walk in the world. © l6sep64; 
C17080. 



CAT'S PAW MOUNTAIN; story written for 
Gunsmoke by Antoinette' Harrison. 
16 '1; © Antoinette Harrison; 
31Dec64; DU61991. 



CAUSE FOR CELEBRATION, a new musical 
by Robert Elowitch. 74 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert 
Elowitch; 4nov64; DU61563. 



THE CAVE OF 0MB, a play in three acts 
by Frances Jacob. 80 1. © Frances 
Jacob; 2Sep64; DU61091. 



CELEBRATION, by Nat Perrin. 

Dramatists Play Service. 72 p. 

3 acts. © Nat Perrin; 7Dec64; DP5615. 



CELINE; ou ca ne se passera pas comme 
ca, comedie gaie en 3 actes. Par 
Raymond Brinon. 142 1. © Raymond 
Brinon; 19Aug64; DU60995 . 



CEMENT AND STEEL, a play by E. L. Hall. 
205 I- 3 acts. © Emery Lawrence 
Hall; 4Nov64; DU6156I. 



CENTENNIAL, a play in three acts, by 
David Robinson. 88 1. © David 
Robinson; 5Aug64; DU60794 . 



CHANTICLEER, a comic opera in one act, 
on a tale by Chaucer. Music & addi- 
tional lyrics by Seymour Barab; 
libretto by M. C. Richards; vocal 
score by the composer. 
Boosey & Hawkes. 112 p. Vocal score 
only. © Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 
9Sep64; DP5469. 

THE CHAPLAIN PLAYED DETECTIVE; an 

original story written & adapted for 
television by Anna Baranowski. 31 1. 
© Anna Baranowski; l6Nov64; DU61656. 

THE CHAPLINADE, a film poem by Yvan 
Goll, translated from the German by 
Arthur S. Wensinger & Clinton J. At- 
kinson. 16 1. © Arthur S. Wensinger 
& Clinton J. Atkinson; 24jul64; 
DU60839. 

CHARLES EVANS HUGHES; written by David 
Karp. Final draft. 48 1. (Profiles 
in courage, by John F. Kennedy) 
4 acts. © Robert Saudek Associates, 
Inc . ; 24Aug64 ; DP5487 . 

CHARLES II. See 
THE MERRY MONARCH. 



CHARLIE, a one-act play by R. David 
Cox. 1 v. © R. David Cox; 23Dec64; 
DU61945 . 



CHARMS AND THE MAN, a new musical comedy 
suggested by the fourth book of 
Vergil's Aeneid. Book & lyrics by 
Victor A. Estevez; music & additional 
lyrics by Peter J. Matthews. 60 1. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Victor 
Anthony Estevez Sc Peter J. Matthews; 
3Aug64; DU60900 . 

CHAUTAUQUA. See 

TICKET TO CHAUTAUQUA. 

THE CHEAT, an original story written & 
adapted for television by J. P. Worden. 
35 1. © John P. Worden; 50ct64; 
DU61308. 

CHECKERS. See 

PARADISE LOST AGAIN. 



CHEESECAKE, written by Esther Stoller. 
1 v. A musical play in two acts. 
Book only. © Esther Stoller; 28Sep64; 
DU61242. 



CASTIGO SIN VENGANZA. See 
THE BRIDE FROM MANTUA. 



A CASTLE IN KALAMAZOO, a comedy in three 
acts by Philip C. Lewis. 53 1- 
© Philip C. Lewis; 23Nov64; DU61713- 



CASTLE ISLAND, NEW ENGLAND, U. S. A. 
Sheet. Radio script. Appl. author: 
Harold Cabot & Co., Inc. © Car ling 
Brewing Co., Inc. d.b.a. Carling 
Brewing Co.; 27Aug64; C17040. 



CASTLE OF THE LIVING DEAD; screenplay 
by Warren Klefer. 128 1. © Warren 
Kiefer; 10ct64; DU61279. 

A CASTLE ON THE DEE, a folk play with 
music of twentieth century Wales. 
Written by David Levitt; in collabora- 
tion with Steven Nagler, 188 1. 
2 acts. Book only. © David Levitt; 
24Aug64; DU60918. 



THE CASUALTIES, a one act play by 
James D. Bryden. 27 1. © James D. 
Bryden; l6Dec64 ; DU61912 . 



785-097 O - 65 - 2 



CESARE, by Creswick Jenkinson. 

107 1. A play in 3 acts. © Creswick 
Jenkinson; 10Jul64 ; DU60647 . 



CHALLENGE TO LIFE; created by Harold 
Thomas Keegan. Script no.l. 20 1. 
A television play. © Howard Thomas 
Keegan; 27Jul64; DU6089O. 

CHAMPION 0' THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD, a play 
in two acts by Robert Dick. 71 1. 
An adaptation of The playboy of the 
Western world by J. M. Synge . Book 
Sc lyrics only. © Robert Dick; 
27Jul64; DU60686. 



CHANGED BRIDEGROOM. 
CAPTAIN LOVELOCK. 



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THE CHANGELING, by Thomas Middleton Sc 
William Rowley as adapted for the 
modern stage by Elia Kazan. 1 v. 
© Elia Kazan; 120ct64; DU61364 . 



CHANGING CONSUMER ATTITUDES, SECTION 
IV, by Bill Browne & Dorothy Lyle. 
19 1. Slidefilm script. © National 
Institute of Dryc leaning; 4Aug64; 
C17011. 



CHICKEN FARM. See 
VISCIUKU UKIS. 

CHILD BRIDE. See 

SOME HEROES OF OUR TIMES. 

A CHILD FOR A KING, a Christmas pageant- 
play for actors, choir, choric speak- 
ers, and tableaux by Arthur C. Risser. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson. 40 p. 
©Row, Peterson Sc Co.; lSep59; 
DP5423. 

CHILD OF DESTINY, a fantasy in eleven 
scenes by Joseph Esselin. 64 1. 
© Joseph Esselin; 31Aug64; DU61057- 

CHILD OF GOD, by Irving Morton Cohen. 
77 1. A play in 5 acts. NM: revi- 
sions. © Irving Morton Cohen; 2Sep64; 
DU61100. 



CHILD OF PROMISE, a Biblical choral- 
drama on the infancy of Moses for 
chorus of treble voices, with soprano 
and alto solos, narrator, and piano. 
By Eusebia Simpson Hunkins. New York, 
C. Fischer. 28 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l6Aug62, DU56098. NM: ad- 
ditions & revisions. © Carl Fischer, 
Inc.; 4Nov64; DP5626. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



THE CHINESE PRIME MINISTER, a new 

comedy in three acts by Enid Bagnold. 
New York, Random House. 122 p. 
NM: revisions. ©Enid Bagnold; 
27May64; DF5466. 



CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK. 
A PRIMER FOR DAD. 



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THE CHRIST STORY, by John Clifford. 
Words by Albert S. Elias & John 
Clifford, music by Albert S. Elias & 
Angelo Badalemente. 2 v. A musical 
play. © Albert Sahley Elias; 
23Dec64; DU61901. 



CHRISTIANITY REDISCOVERED. 
THE CATHOLIC HOUR. 



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DIE CHRISTLICHE WISSENSCHAFT: WAS SIE 
LEHRT UND WAS SIE TUT, Ein Vortrag 
Uber die Christliche Wis'senschaft 
von James Watt. 13 1. Ungeklirzter 
Text. Vortrag Nr.7. Appl. states 
prev. reg. CI6O83. NM: "German trans- 
lation." © James Watt; l6jul64; 
C16921. 



A CHRISTMAS CRUSADE, a program for the 
Christmas season by John M. Houston. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson. 24 p. 
© Row, Peterson & Co., whose present 
corporate name is Harper & Row, Pub- 
lishers, Inc.; lSep48; DP5407. 

CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS IN THE UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA, by Guy C. Shearer. 1 v. 
© Guy C. Shearer; 24Dec64; CI7249. 



CHRISTMAS EVE, DECEMBER 24, 1941; an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Anna Pokropivny. 30 1. 
© Anna Pokropivny; 9Nov64; DU6l6ll. 



CHRISTMAS MISS., by Melvin Mendelow. 
3 1. © Melvin Mendelow; 7Dec64; 
C17238. 

A CHRISTMAS TO REMEMBER, a drama 
designed for teleplay by Gloria 
Eileen Muller. 21 1. One act. 
© Gloria Eileen Muller; 2Sep64; 
DU60989 . 



CHRISTMAS WRAPPED, a comedy in one act 
by Lois Ryker. 13 1. © Lois C. 
Ryker; 290ct64; DU61516. 

CHRISTMASWISE, a musical in one act by 
William Hyder. Libretto. 40 1. 
© William Hyder; 50ct64; DU61502. 

CHUCK'S SOUL BROTHER'S TWIST; words & 
music by Chuck Jackson. Sheet. 
© Zann Music, Inc.; 3Aug64; CI6986. 



CINQ COMEDIES; du Moyen Age a nos jours. 
Edited by Frederick King Turgeon. 
New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 
253 p. NM: additions & revisions. 
©Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc.; 
24Apr64; A712348. 



THE CIRCLE CLOSES, by Richard Addesso. 
1 v. 5 plays. © Richard Addesso; 
9Nov64; DU616OO. 

THE CIRCULAR TRIANGLE, a comedy in 3 
acts, by Max L. Berges. 162 1. 
NM: revisions. © Max L. Berges; 
17Aug64; DU60398. 



THE CIRCUMSTANTIAL LIE, by Moody 

Blanchard. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Island in 
the south. NMJ revisions & additions. 
© Moody Blanchard; 8Sep64; DU6III9. 



A CIRCUS STORY, by Armand Salacrou. 
Translated by Michael Benedikt. 
1 act. (In Modern French theatre. 
New York, Dutton. p. 197-210) 
© Michael Benedikt; Uul64; DP5536. 

CITIZEN 63: MARION KNIGHT. 12 1. 

A screenplay. © British Broadcasting 
Corp . ; 31Aug64 ; DU6IOO3 . 



THE CITY MADAM, by Philip Massinger. 
Edited by Cyrus Hoy. Lincoln, 
University of Nebraska Press. 108 p. 
(Regents Renaissance drama series. 
General editor: Cyrus Hoy; Advisory 
editor: G.' E. 1 Bentley) NM: introd., 
appendixes, explanatory notes. 
© University of Nebraska Press; 
HNov64; A725587. 



THE CITY OF CAIRNE, a canto in three 
acts by Keith Spencer Felton. 76 1. 
© Keith Spencer Felton; 9Nov64; 
DU61620. 



CITY OF NIGHT, a drama in three acts 
based on the novel by John Rechy, 
written by M. T. Bennett. 35 1. 
©Marilyn T. Bennett; 130ct64; 
DU61377 . 



THE CITY OF TEARS, a play in one act 
by Peter Salcher. 21 1. © Peter 
Salcher; l40ct64; DU61395 . 



THE CLAIM JUMPERS; an original story 
written 8= adapted for television by 
Wanda Woods. 32 1. © Wanda Woods; 
l6Nov64; DU61663. 



CLANCY'S FUNERAL, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 
31 1. A screenplay. © Elmer J. 
Carpenter; 24Aug64; DU61017 . 

CLANCY'S KITCHEN, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 
29 1. A screenplay. © Elmer J. 
Carpenter; 23Nov64; DU61726. 

CLARIBELLE'S TIME OF DAY, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Marian A. Johnson. 30 1. 
© Marian A. Johnson; 2Nov64; DU6l54g. 

THE CLEVER ONE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
D. T. Arnold. 32 1. © D. T. Arnold; 
17Aug64; DU60920. 



THE CLOCKS, a one act play by Carl 
Larsen. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama 
Service. 9 P> © Pioneer Drama 
Service; 15Aug64; DP5599. 



CLOSING THE SALE. 21 1. (Culligan 
sales training film script, no. 3) 
Appl. author: Duane E. McCommon. 
©Culligan, Inc.; 27Mar64; G17014. 

THE CLOTHES LINE, a new musical, book 
& lyrics by Wayne Sheridan, music by 
George Koch. 1 v. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Parade, DU5803O. NM: additions. 
©Wayne Sheridan; 120ct64; DU61373. 

THE CLOWN, a one-act musical fable for 
children by C. Robert Jones. 1 v. 
2 scenes. © C. Robert Jones; 
30Dec64; DU61986. 

CLUB DEL HOGAR. 2 1. Television script. 
© Humberto G. Esqulvel; 9Nov64; C17152. 



COBWEBS WITH SUGAR, a musical comedy 
by Frances J. Morrison. Songs, words 
& music by Robert M. Morrison. 1 v. 



3 acts. © Frances J. Morrison & 
Robert M. Morrison; 23Nov64; DU61717 . 



COCOON, a play in two acts by Emanuel 
Fried. Part two of The thief, a 
trilogy. 1 v. © Emanuel J. Fried; 
60ct64; DU61332. 

COFFEE CANTATA. See 
THE COFFEE OPERA. 



THE COFFEE OPERA; William H. Schlott- 
mann's new English translation of 
J. S. Bach's Coffee cantata. 3 1. 
Libretto. © William Schlottmann; 
31Dec64; DU61891. 



COIN-OPERATED DRYCLEANING, SECTION III, 
by Al Martin & others. 15 1. Slide- 
film script. © National Institute 
of Drycleaning; 4Aug64; C17010. 



THE COLLECTED PLAYS OF TERENCE RATTIGAN, 
volume three. London, H. Ha-milton. 
504 p. 5 plays with an introd. by 
the author. Contents: The sleeping 
prince. --Separate tables. --Variation 
on a theme. --Ross. --Heart to heart. 
NM: introd. & compilation. © Terence 
Rattigan; 12Mar64; AF21966. 



THE COLLECTORS, by Ed. B. (Edward 
David Berman) 1 v. A play in 
three acts. © Edward David Berman; 
29Dec64; DU6198O. 



COLLECTORS AND SOLVING THE COIN SHORT- 
AGE, a speech by Elizabeth Gillett 
(Gertrude Elizabeth Gillett) 15 1. 
© Gertrude Elizabeth Gillett; 
21Dec64; C17243- 



A COLLEGE ROMANCE, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Rolland B. Moore. 36 1. 
© Rolland B. Moore; HAug64; 
DU60823. 



COLLISION, a play in two acts by Sidney 
Peterson. 1 v. © Sidney Peterson; 
l6Nov64; DU61671. 

COLOR BLIND, a comedy drama in two 
acts, 7 scenes by Nathan M. Appel 
a.k.a. David Sonn. 1 v. © Nathan M. 
Appel; 23Nov64; DU61708. 



COME PLAY ON MY SIDE, by Ronald Jay 
Cowen. 1 v. A musical play in two 
acts. © Ronald Jay Cowen; 28Sep64; 
DU61252. 



COME WITH ME TO THE VALLEY; an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by A. A. Tegtmeier, Jr. 33 1. 
©Albert A. Tegtmeier, Jr.; 8Dec64; 
DU61848. 

COMEDY ROUNDUP FOR TEEN-AGE ACTORS, 
a collection of royalty-free one- 
act plays for young people by John 
Murray. Boston, Plays, Inc. 368 p. 
© John Murray; l40ct64; A724987. 



COMEDY SHORTS I: My career & Lonely 
hearts; by Grant Gargan, pseud, of 
Gloria R. Campbell. 1 v. © Grant 
Gargan; 10ct64; C17100. 

THE COMFORTER, a play in prologue, two 
acts & epilogue, by Edward A. Molloy. 
1 v. © Edward A. Molloy; l8Aug64; 
DU60964 . 



COMIC SAGA OF CHESTER JONES 1 . 
HALF A POUND OF TEA . . 



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93 



COMIC VALENTINE, a new comedy, by 
Reginald Lawrence. 1 v. A play in 
three acts. © Reginald Lawrence; 
13Aug64; DU6O858. 

THE COMING OF SABBATAI ZEVI.' (Sabbati 
Zevi) A tragedy by Jonathan Levy. 
51 1. 7 scenes. © Jonathan F. Levy; 
l6Nov64; DU61667. 



COMMENT VA LE MONDE, MOSSIEU? IL 
TOURNE, MOSSIEU! Comedie en quatre 
actes de Francois Billetdoux. 
(In Theatre, no 311, p. 11-39- 
Paris) © La Table Ronde & Francois 
Billetdoux; 15May64; DFO-1312. 

COMMENT VA LE MONDE, MOSSIEU? IL 
TOURNE, MOSSIEU! See 
THEATRE II. 



COMMONSENSE ETHICS. See 

A SYLLABUS OF COMMONSENSE ETHICS. 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA. Sheet. 
© W. H. Collie; 17Dec64 ; 017241. 

COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC SYSTEMS, by Wayne 
A. Leeman for Campus World. 4-3 1. 
A discussion in four parts. © Campus 
World, Inc.; 28Dec64; CI7261. 



THE COMPLETED CYCLE, a drama by John 
Skinner. 130 1. A play in three 
acts. © John E. Skinner; 17Sep64; 
DU61265. 



THE COMPOSITION OF SOUND MONEY! By 

L. A. RItter. Folder. NM: revisions. 
© L. A. RItter; !8Aug64; C17140. 



THE COMRADE TROUSERS, a new play, a 
comedy in three acts by Louis S. 
Bardoly; translated & adapted from 
the Hungarian A nadrag, by Ferenc 
Dunai. 1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as The pantaloon, 120ct63 & The im- 
portance of being dressed, Nov. 1963. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Louis S. 
Bardoly d.b.a. Cornelius Productions, 
Inc.; 29Dec64; DU61973. 



COMRADES OF THE WOODS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Alberta Hulsebus. 33 1. © Alberta 
Hulsebus; HAug64; DU60830. 

CONCHITA, a play with music by Rochelle 
Philipp (Thea Thalie, pseud. ) 1 v. 
3 acts. NM: additions. © Rochelle 
Philipp; l4Aug64; DU60992. 



THE CONCLUSION, a screenplay by John G. 
Contes. 105 1. © John G. Contes; 
7Jul64; DU60631. 



CONNECTICUT, THE CONSTITUTION STATE. 
17 1. Narration script. Appl. 
author: The Imperial Council of the 
Ancient Arabic Order, Nobles of the 
Mystic Shrine for North America. 
© The Southern New England Telephone 
Co.; 3Nov64; C17163. 

CONQUEST OF PERU. See 

PIZARRO, A MAN OF OUR TIME. 

CONSIDER KINDLY THE MEMORY, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Robert D. Fanta. 32 1. © Robert 
D. Fanta; 21Sep64; DU61206. 

CONSOMMATION; un acte de Marcel Ayme. 
46 1. © Marcel Ayme; 20Jul64; 
DU60984 . 



THE CONSTANT TIN SOLDIER, by Hans 
Christian Andersen; adaptation by 
Doris Garrison Booker. 1 v. A mus- 
ical play in seven acts. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Doris Garrison 
Booker; 220ct64; DU61438. 

CONTRABANDO EN EL CARIBE, guion liter- 
ario. 151 1. © Manuel Mur Otl; 
10Aug64; DU60957. 

THE CONTRACT, a gothic farce in one act 
by Joseph Golden. 23 1. © Joseph 
Golden; l4Sep64; DU61170. 

IL CONTRATTO, di Virgilio Mortari. 
Commedia in un atto di Giuseppe 
Marotta e Belisario Randone. Parti- 
tura. No. 130701. Milano, Ricordi. 
232 p. © G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; 
13Apr64; DF1731- 



IL CONTRATTO, di Virgilio Mortari. 
Commedia in un atto di Giuseppe 
Marotta e Belisario Randone. Riduzi- 
one per canto e pianoforte. 
No. 130703. Milano, Ricordi. 114 p. 
© G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; 13Apr64; 
DF1730. 

CORINNE. See 

THERE WAS A YOUNG LADY FROM LUBBOCK. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Feb. 26, I96I; Chi- 
cago, 111. Recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 9Dec64; 
C17198. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; June 26, 196I; 
Santa Fe, N. M. Recording script. 
11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
9Dec64; C17206 . 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; July 22, 1962; 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
9Dec64; C17201. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MESSENGER NO . 1 FROM THE 
SECRET LOVE STAR; Jan. 9, I96I; 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 10 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; l8Sep64; 
C17072. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY NEPTUNE; Jan. 6, 
1961; Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
14 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
l8Sep64; C17071 . 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY SURYA; May 28, 196l; 
Santa Fe, N. M. Recording script. 
12 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
9Dec64; C17203. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED OROMASIS; Jan. 11, 1961; 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 14 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; l8Sep64; 
C17074 . 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED QUEEN OF LIGHT; May 7, 
1961; Santa Fe, N. M. Recording 
script. 12 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 9Dec64; C17199. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; July 4, 
1961 ; Santa Fe, N. M. Recording 
script. 11 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 9Dec64; C17207 . 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM ARCTURUS; Jan. 5. 1961; 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 14 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; l8Sep64; 
C17070. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PEACE; June 14, 
1961 ; Santa Fe, N. M. "Recording 
script. 9 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 9Dec64; C17205 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; 
May 30, 1961; Santa Fe, N. M. Record- 
ing script. 16 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 9Dec64; C17204 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED VESTA; Jan. 12, 1961; 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 14 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; l8Sep64; 
CI7075. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ELOHIM, BELOVED CYCLOPEA; 
Jan. 15, 1961 j Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 15 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; I8sep64; C17077 . 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY MASTER JESUS; May 11, 1961; 
Santa Fe, N. M. Recording script. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
9Dee64; C17202. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY MASTER SAINT GERMAIN; 
Jan. 14, 1961; Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 15 1 . © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; l8Sep64; CI7O78. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY MASTER SAINT GERMAIN; 
July 29, 1962; Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 10 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 9Dec61»; C17200. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY SILENT WATCHER; Dec. 28, 
i960; Chicago, 111, Recording script. 
18 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
l8Sep64; C17069. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY VICTORY; Jan. 13., 1961; 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; l8Sep64; 
CI7076. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY PRECIOUS NADA; Jan. 10, I96I; Chi- 
cago, 111. Recording script. 1J 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; l8Sep64; 
C17073. 



THE COUNSELOR TAKES A PLUNGE, a one- 
act comedy by Charles Dizenzo. 41 1. 
© Charles J. Dizenzo; 210ct64; 
DU61466. 



COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS. 
INTERURBAN. 



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COUNTRY KITCHEN, a musical comedy in 
three acts by Kent & Ann Carter, 
pseuds, of Kenneth E. Cundiff & Ann 
F. Dresmal. Music by Kent & Ann 
Carter, lyrics by Kent & Ann Carter. 
57 1. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Kenneth E. Cundiff & Ann F. Dresmal; 
17Dec64; DU61917 . 



COUNTRY MISCHIEF, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Gilbert Chantland. 36 1. © Gilbert 
Chantland; 8Sep64 ; DU61129. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



COUNTRY WIFE. See 

POUR GREAT RESTORATION PLAYS. 



THE COURTSHIP OF MILES STANDISH, by 
Mildred Kerlan & June Fiorelll. 
1 v. A musical play in 3 acts. 
© Mildred Kerlan & June Fiorelli; 
5Aug64; DU60797. 



COWBOY COURAGES; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
S. Christopher, pseud, of Samuel C. 
Williams. 34 1. © Samuel C. Williams; 
2O0ct64; DU61455. 



THE CRAB, a drama by John G. Tobias. 
1 v. A play in three acts. © John G. 
Tobias; 20ct64; DU61287. 

CRADLE AND ALL. See 
NEVER TOO LATE. 

CRAZY IN LOVE, a new musical comedy 
by Nat K. Perlow. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Nat K. Perlow; 
l4Aug64; DU60915. 

CREATION. 1 v. An oratorio in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. NM: additions. 
© Katie Wells; 28Sep64; DU61382. 

CREDIT CARD. 45 1. Screenplay in two 
acts. © Peter Harris Roussel; 3Sep64; 
DU61102. 



CREPUSCULO. (Twilight) Drama en tres 
actes original de Tamara de Mendoza, 
pseud, of Raquel Guzman de Ambriz . 
63 1. © Raquel Guzman de Ambriz; 
28Sep64; DU61788. 



CRIME TAKES A HOLIDAY, a comedy-satire 
in 3 acts by Allen Roberts. 1 v. 
© Allen Roberts; llDec64; DU6l874 . 



THE CRIMINAL, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Ben Lorenz. 
34 1. © Ben Lorenz; HAug64; 
DU60824 . 

CRITICAL DISTANCE, a one act play by 
Eugene A. Peyroux, Jr. 19 1. 
© E. A. Peyroux, Jr.; 6Nov64; DU61595. 

CRONE VART, by Walton Multer. 149 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Walton Multer; 
13Nov64; DU61694. 



CROSS MY PALM WITH SILVER; shooting 
script by John Hechtman. 12 1. 
© John Jonah Hechtman; 22Sep64; 
DU61225 . 



THE CROSS OF STONE; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Angela Luna, pseud, of Marie De Los 
Angeles Luna. 32 1. © Marie De Los 
Angeles Luna; 9Nov64; DU6l604 . 

CROSSROADS TO DISHONOR; an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Mosey Morris. 32 1. 
© Mosey Morris; 8Dec64; DU6186O. 

CRUISE SHIP; program no.l: Meet Mr. 
Dak, pirate. Writer: Stanley Rubens. 
70 1. Screenplay. © Stanley Rubens; 
lSep64; DU61084. 



CRUSHED FROM WITHIN; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Harold Everett Green. 36 1. © Harold 
Everett Green; 9Nov64; DU61613. 



A CRY FROM THE ATTIC, a screenplay by 
Jonathan Tyler; adapted from the 
short story A cry from the attic, by 
Jonathan Tyler. 90 1. © Jonathan 
Tyler; 10Sep64; DU61144. 



THE CRY OF CROWS, a one act play by 
James Lee Bray. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer 
Drama Service. 13 p. © Pioneer 
Drama Service; 15Aug64; DP5606. 

CRYING AT THE LOCK, by Dean Taylor. 
1 v. A play in three acts. © Dean 
Taylor; 80ct64; DU61354. 

CUCKOLD'S NEST. See 
THE AMOROUS FLEA. 

CULLIGAN MEANS SOFT WATER. 24 1. 
Fllmstrip script. Appl. author: 
Duane E. McCommon. © Culligan, Inc.; 
27Mar64; C17015. 



CUM ALONG, LAD; AN EVENING WITH EZRA 
POUND, arr. for stage reading & edited 
by Ronald H. Bayes for James Laughlin. 
68 1. © Ronald H. Bayes; 31Aug64; 

C 1700 5. 



CURLEW RIVER, a parable for church 
performance by William Plomer; set 
set to music by Benjamin Britten, 
Op. 71. London, Faber & Faber. 4l p. 
Libretto only. © Faber & Faber, Ltd. : 
5Jun64; DFO-1313. 

CYMBALS IN THE MARKETPLACE, a Christmas 
play in three scenes by Lucille 
Johnson Little (Mrs. R. Haven Little) 
St. Louis, Bethany Press. 15 p. 
© Bethany Press; 3Aug64; DP5470. 



CYRANO, a musical adaptation of Cyrano 
de Bergerac, by Edmond Rostand. 
By Jerome J. Schwartz. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book only. © Jerome J. Schwartz; 
l8Aug64; DU60963. 



D 



DAINAVOS SALIES SENU ZMONIU PADAVIMAI. 
See 
RASTAI, I. 

DAMA BOBA. See 

FUENTE OVEJUNA AND LA DAMA BOBA. 



DAMON AND PYTHIAS, a play in two acts 
by Ramo Bonglovannl. 84 1. © Ramo 
Bongiovanni; 8Jul64; DU6O693. 



DAN, by Carl B. Arvldson. 1 v. 
A play in two acts. © Carl E. 
Arvidson; 13Aug64; DU60851. 

DANAIDES. See 
LE SAINT PRINCE. 

DANIEL PRINCE, a dream-poem in six 
scenes, by Keith Spencer Felton. 
64 1. © Keith Spencer Felton; 
21Jul64; DU60873. 



DAPHNE IN COTTAGE D, a play in three 
acts by Stephen Levi. 1 v. © Stephen 
Levi; 150ct64; DU61404. 



DARE I TRUST HIM AGAIN? An original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Leoria Wilson. 33 1. 
© Leoria Wilson; 190ct64; DU61429. 

DARK COMEDY, by Martin Sherman. 135 1. 
A play in three acts. © Martin G. 
Sherman; 19Aug64; DU61166. 



DARK COUNTRY, HAZY COUNTRY, by Henry 
Klussman. 75 1- A play in 2 acts. 
© Henry Alexander Klussman; 10Jul64; 
DU60642. 



THE DARK SIDE OF PARADISE, a full-length 
play in two acts by Patrick Nolan. 
121 1. © Patrick J. Nolan; 30Jul64; 
DU60757. 

THE DARKEST NIGHT, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Charles Gray. 35 1 . © Charles Gray; 
6JU164; DU6O606. 



DARLING; screenplay by Frederic Raphael. 
Sept. 1964. 127 1. ©Frederic 
Raphael; 5Nov64 ; DU6151O. 



DARLING, DARLING, a musical play. Music 
by Al Wigod; book & lyrics by Ronald 
Collier. 90 1. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Ronald Collier; 190ct64; 
DU61419. 



DAVEY JONES AND FERNANDO, THE DANCING 
DOLL, by Bert Shaw. 1 v. A screen- 
play. © Bert Shaw & Marie Louise 
Shaw; 4Dec64; DU61751. 

DAVID, a dance drama In one act & three 
scenes by Ruth St. Denis, in collabor- 
ation with Lillie Ellen Maxson; music 
by Sol Cohen; special Biblical re- 
search by Barbara Andres, Rose Lesch- 
ner & Howard Trush. 1 v. Book only. 
© Ruth St. Denis & Lillie Ellen Maxson; 
17Sep64; DU61218. 



DAVID, a one act play by Lyle Kessler. 
33 1. © Lyle Kessler; 31Decb4; 
DU61993- 



DAVID, a play in three acts by Neal 
Weaver. 134 1. © Neal Weaver; 
30Sep64; DU61272. 



THE DAWN, an original folk-song Christ- 
mas drama based on the Gospel narra- 
tive of St. Luke. Music by Leslie 
Schnierer; book & lyrics by William 
O'Malley. Script & vocal score. 
Woodstock, Md., L. Schnierer. 1 v. 
One act. NM: additions & revisions. 
© William J. O'Malley & Leslie J. 
Schnierer; 24Sep64 (in notice: 1963); 
DP5509. 

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A CAB DRIVER, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Calvert W. Webb. 28 1. 
© Calvert W. Webb; 21Sep64; DU61204. 



THE DAY IS DAWNING; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Marie Love. 34 1. © Marie Love; 
190ct64; DU61428. 

DAY OF SORROW. See 
OUR DAY OF SORROW. 



THE DAY OF THE RUNAWAY MOON; teleplay 
by Fred Kosalka, pseud, of Fred 
Koszalka. 30 1. © Fred Koszalka; 
30Dec64; DU61987. 



THE DAY PETE JETTERSON FELL IN THE 
WELL, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Geneva 
McDow. 34 1. © Geneva McDow; 
31Aug64; DU61068. 



DAYS AND NIGHTS OF LINA. 
ODDYSIA . 



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DEAD ON TIME, a mystery play in three 
acts by Stephen Grey. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 84 p. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 24Aug64; DP5488. 



THE DEAD SURVIVORS, a play by Fred Law- 
rence Guiles. 1 v. A play in two 
acts. © Fred Lawrence Guiles; 28Sep64; 
DU61251. 



DEAR CAVENDISH, a play in three acts, 
by Brenda Forbes (Brenda Forbes 
Shepard) 1 v. Appl . states prev. 
reg. as Rosa mundi . NM: revisions 
& additions. © Brenda Forbes 
Shepard; lJAug64; DU60859. 



DEFIANT ISLAND; fllmstrip by James 
Forsyth based on the play by James 
Forsyth. 1 v. 7 sequences. 
© James Forsyth; 10Aug64; DU60764. 



DEMOCRACY, by Mrs. James V. Forrestal. 
88 1. A screenplay. © Josephine 
Ogden Forrestal a.k.a. Mrs. James V. 
Forrestal; 23Dec64; DU619A6. 

DEMON. See 

RUBINSTEIN: THE DEMON. 



THE DENOUEMENT, by Thomas Murray. 
Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama Service. 
18 p. © Pioneer Drama Service; 
15Aug64; DP5603. 



Television Communications. 55 1. 
© Medical Television Communications, 
Inc.; l8Aug64; C16983. 

DIAMOND LIL, by Mae West. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. NM: additions. ©Mae 
West; 4Sep64; DU61110. 



DID HE GO CRAZY OR DID HE GO SANE? 

A play in one act by Milton Hood Ward. 
19 1. © Milton Hood Ward; 31Aug64; 
DU61078. 



DIE CAST, by Alex Goun. 178 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Alex Goun; 10Sep64; 
DU6H39. 



DEAR MR. NOAH; an original children's 
play by Sister M. Poverello. 60 1. 
© Sister M. Poverello; l6Nov64; 
DU61673. 



DEAR ROBIN, a melodrama by Barbara 
Walton. 21 1. A play in three 
scenes. © Barbara Walton; 
12Aug64; DU60846. 



DEAREST; an original story written & 
adapted for television by Emma L. 
Fleming. 34 1. © Emma L. Fleming; 
9Nov64; DU61605. 



DEARLY BELOVED; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Myra Gates. 32 1. © Myra Gates; 
8Dec64; DU61845. 



DEATH AND LIFE, by George M. Webb. 
5 1. A sermon. © George McCulley 
Webb; l6Jul64; C16944 . 

THE DEATH BET, a screenplay by Jonathan 
Tyler, pseud, of John Toler. Adapted 
from the story The death bet, by 
Jonathan Tyler. 76 1. © Jonathan 
Tyler; 27Aug64; DU6088I. 



DEATH IN THE CASTLE, a screenplay by 
Tad Danielewski. Based on a novel by 
Pearl S. Buck. 119 1. © Tad Daniel- 
ewski; 16Decb4; DU61911. 



DEATH OF A DANGEROUS MAN, by Columbia 
Broadcasting System. 30 1. A screen- 
play. © Columbia Broadcasting System, 
Inc.; 50ct64; DU6136I. 



DEATH OF A MATADOR SHORTSHOP, a play in 
two acts by Giacinto Tarasco. 1 v. 
© Giacinto Tarasco; 120ct64; DU61437. 



DEATH OF IVAN ILYICH. 
TO KNOW THE NIGHT. 



See 



DEATH STRIKES IN EVERY FAMILY. (When 
Death Strikes in Your Family) By 
Richard Edward Watson. 3 1. A 
recording script. © Richard Edward 
Watson; 2Jul64; C16974. 



THE DECISION; three act play by Betty 
Lou Borland. 36 1 . © Betty Lou 
Borland; 20Jul64; DU60677. 



DECISION UNKNOWN; an original story 
& screenplay written & adapted for 
television by Mrs. Peter Milosevich. 
30 1. © Mrs. Peter Milosevich; 
8Dec64; DU6l847. 

DECISION VALLEY, a drama with music in 

5 acts by Wesley E. Harty. 159 1. 

NM: additions & revisions. ©Wesley 
E. Harty; lMay64 ; DP5-486. 



THE DEPUTY, by Rolf Hochhuth. Adapted 
by Jerome Rothenberg & Herman Shumlin. 
1 v. A play in 7 scenes. © Herman 
Shumlin, Jerome Rothenberg & Rowohlt 
Verlag; 3Dec64; DU61798. 

THE DERELICTS, by Nelle M. Boniwell. 
249 1. A play in three acts. 
© Nelle M. Boniwell; 190ct64; DU61342. 



DERNIERE NUIT DE DON JUAN. See 
DON JUAN. 



THE DESERT RAIDER; or, With Lawrence of 
Arabia. 24 1. A play. © George 
Haig; 200ct64; DU61447 . 



DESIRE OF THE MOTH, a tragedy in two 
acts by Michael Monnich. 1 v. 
© Michael Gregory Monnich; 17Jul64; 
DU60694 . 

DESTINO AND THE ARNIM LUCK, a play in 
3 acts, by Werner Heider. 86 1. 
© Werner Heider; 5Aug64; DU60919. 



THE DEVIL IN SPRINGTIME, a musical play 
by William Dinner & William Morum. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© William David Dinner & William 
Morum; 6Jul64; DU60616. 

THE DEVIL NEVER SLEEPS, a play in ten 
scenes by Julius Berstl. 101 1. 
© Julius Berstl; 17Aug64; DU60927 . 



THE DEVIL VERSUS RICHARD VAN HUBEN; 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by John McClellan 
Seeborg. 32 1. © John McClellan 
Seeborg; 8Dec64; DU61839. 

THE DEVIL'S MODELS; story & screenplay 
by William D. Kerwin & Harry E. 
Kerwln. 53 1. © William D. Kerwin 
& Harry E. Kerwin; 23Nov64; DU61709. 



DEWEY CLASSIFICATION. (Dewey decimal 
classification) By Library Filmstrip 
Center. Final form, Aug. 6, 1964. 
13 1. Filmstrip script. © Violet 
Priestley d.b.a. Library Filmstrip 
Center; 19Nov64; C17172. 

DIABETES MELLITUS.' 13 1. 2 lectures. 
(Hahnemann Medi-Disc, program X) 
A recording script. © Silver Plastics, 
Inc.; 7Dec64; C17231. 

A DIALOGUE FOR THREE ACTORS. 5 1. 
© Elaine May; HAug64; Dll6o831. 

DIALOGUES. See 

THE VICTORY OF SOCRATES. 

DIALYSIS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE 
AND CHRONIC RENAL INSUFFICIENCY; 
Videotape script produced by Medical 



THE DIFFERENCE IS SPAGHETTI, by Harold 
Cleln. 36 1. A television play. 
© Harold Clein; 290ct64; DU61521. 

DIFFERENCE OF OPINION, by George Ross 
& Campbell Singer. 3 acts. (In 
Plays of the year. London. Elek 
Books. v.27, p. 225-352) © George 
Ross & Campbell Singer; 29Jun64; 
DFO-1324 . 

DING DONG COCKTAIL PARTY, a playlet by 
Les Roberts, pseud, of Lester A. 
Roubert. 8 1. © Lester A. Roubert; 
lSep64; DU61082. 

THE DIPPER, a comedy in one act for 

four women by Edward Murch. [England] 
Yennadon Plays. 28 p. © Edward 
Murch; 17Sep64; DF1739.- 

DIRT. See 
BACKLASH. 

DIRTY BIRDS. See 
SPREAD EAGLE. 



DIRTY OLD MAN. 
DOUBLETALK. 



See 



THE DISC JOCKEY MEETS THE BEARDED LADY; 
recitation by Fred Burch & Gerald 
Nelson. Sheet. © Cedarwood Pub. 
Co., Inc.; 24jul64; CI6981. 

THE DISC JOCKEY MEETS THE BLUES; recita- 
tion by Fred Burch & Gerald Nelson. 
Sheet. © Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.; 
24jul64; CI698O. 

DISEASE X; an original story written & 
adapted for television by Herman D. 
Wood. 31 1. © Herman D. Wood; 
8Dec64; DU61849. 

THE DISPATCHERS, a play by Garth 
Coogan. 24 1. 6 scenes. © Garth 
Coogan; 23Nov64; DU61715. 



DOCTOR JOHN FAUST, a public spectacle in 
four acts beside an ante-play, edited 
by Carl Engel (Karl Engel) 22 1. Eng- 
lish translation of C. Engel's Doctor 
John Faust. © Rita A. Schmid; l8Sep64; 
DU61216. 



DR. MADISON , a screenplay by Dorothy M. 
Ellis. 67 1. © Dorothy M. Ellis; 
23Nov64; DU61584. 

DOCTOR WHO; camera script, series E, 
episode 5: The sentence of death, 
by Terry Nation. 42 1. © British 
Broadcasting Corp.; 31Aug64; 
DU60956. 

DOCTORS AND NURSES, a comedy in three 
acts by James Reach. New York, 
S. French. 84 p. Appl. author: 
Samuel French, Inc., employer for 
hire. © Samuel French, Inc.; 21Jan64; 
DP55O0. 



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July-Dec. 



DOG PACE SOLDIERS; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Johnny Reb, pseud, of James T. Lisenby. 
32 1. © James T. Lisenby; l6Nov64; 
DU6l64<5. 

THE DOLPHIN'S WAY, by Robert G. Arm- 
strong. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Robert G. Armstrong; 31Aug64; 
DU61080. 



DOROTHY, by Harold Barnard, pseud, of 
Maxwell Maltz. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. ©Maxwell Maltz; 8Sep64 ; 
DU61120. 

THE DOUBLE-BARRELLED DETECTIVE STORY; 
written & directed by Adolf as Mekas. 
Based upon a short story of the same 
name by Mark Twain. 65 1. © Adolf as 
Mekas; l4Aug64; DP5593. 



A DREAM TO REMEMBER, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Joseph R. Ruggiero. 30 1. © Joseph 
R. Ruggiero; 25Aug64; DU61028. 

DREI SCHWARZE TANTEN; Ein StUck in vier 
Szenen von Dieter Rohkohl. Wiesbaden, 
Ann & Simrock. 63 1. © Ann & Sim- 
rock, Buhnen- und Musikverlag; 
Uul64; DP0-1314. 



DOMESTIC SUCCESS, a one-act play by 
Kyran M. McGrath. 14 1. © Kyran M. 
McGrath; 20Jul64; DU60703. 



DON AMIGO, by Monroe Manning. Based 
on story idea & character by Duncan 
Renaldo. © Duncan Renaldo. 
The battle that was never fought. 
Radio audition script. 
© 29Jul64; DU60865. 

DON CHISCIOTTE DELLA MANCIA, di 

Giovanni Paisiello. Realizzazione e 
revisione della musica e del testo di 
Jacopo Napoli. Libretto di Giambat- 
tlsta Lorenzi. Canto e pianoforte. 
No. 130654. Milano, Ricordi. 301 p. 
3 attl. Appl. states Libretto prev. 
reg. DFO-1237. NM: revisions. 
© G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; l6Apr64 
(in notice: 1963); DPI733. 

DON GIOVANNI, by Wolfgang Amadeus 
Mozart; translated and introduced 
by Ellen H. Bleiler. New York, 
Dover Publications. 209 P- (Dover 
opera guide and libretto series, 
T1134) 2 acts. Libretto in Italian 
& English. NM: additions & revisions. 
©Dover Publications, Inc.; 6Apr64; 
A704081. 



DON JUAN; translated & adapted from 
Edmond Rostand's La derniere nuit de 
Don Juan by William J. Hofmann. 
57 1. A play in 2 parts. © William 
J. Hofmann; 31Jul64; DU60778. 



DON'T CALL ME KID, by Penny Pistilli & 
Ruth Morris. 1 v. A screenplay. 
© Penny Pistilli & Ruth Morris; 
270ct64; DU61512. 

DON'T CRY, BABY, the first story of 
the serial of Career Club in N. Y., 
by I. Thany, pseud, of Imre Tihanyi . 
1 v. © I. Thany; 290et64; DU61579. 



DON'T LIVE OR TELL A LIE; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Jessie Noey. 30 1. 
© Jessie Noey; l6Nov64; DU61662. 

DON'T MAKE WAVES, by James Moran. 27 1. 
© James S. Moran; 25Sep64; CI7085 . 



DON'T PLAY GIN ONCE THE FUSE IS LIT. 
See 
PERILOUS PLANS IN THE RED EYE SALOON. 



DON'T RAIN ON MY PARADE, a play by 
R. Raymond Nash. 108 1. 2 acts. 
© R. Raymond Nash; 3Dec64; DU6l802. 



DON'T SHOUT FOR HELP AT NIGHT, YOU MAY 
WAKE YOUR NEIGHBORS, a play in one 
act, three scenes by Lenore Shurman 
Woolf . 1 v. © Lenore Shurman Woolf; 
10Jun64; DP5437. 

THE DOORBELL, a one act play by Mario 
Fratti. 32 1. © Mario Fratti; 
280ct64; DU61582. 



DOUBLE CRISIS; an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Alfred Marton, Jr. 34 1. 
©Alfred Marton, Jr.; 8Dec64; 
DU61835 . 



DOUBLE EXPOSURE, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 
25 1. A screenplay. © Elmer J. 
Carpenter; 23Nov64; DU61729. 

DOUBLETALK, by Lewis John Carlino. 
New York, Random House. 86 p. Con- 
tents: The dirty old man. — Sarah and 
the sax. © on The dirty old man; 
Lewis John Carlino; HSep64; DP5578. 



THE DOWNFALL OF A FALLEN MAN; screen- 
play by Andrew M. Dohan, Jr. 129 1. 
© Andrew M. Dohan, Jr.; l4Sep64; 
DU61173. 



THE DRAGON, a satiric fable in three 
acts by Eugene Schwarz, translated by 
Elizabeth Reynolds Hapgood, introduc- 
tion by Norris Houghton. New York, 
Theatre Arts Books. 78 p. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Elizabeth 
Reynolds Hapgood & Norris Houghton; 
13Dec63; DP5582. 

DRAMA IN THE MODERN WORLD: PLAYS AND 
ESSAYS, by Samuel A. Weiss. Boston, 
D. C. Heath. 555 p. NM: revisions. 
© D. C. Heath & Co.; l6Jan64; A699071. 



THE DRAPES COME, a one-act play by 

Charles Dizenzo. 36 1. © Charles J. 
Dizenzo; 210ct64; DU61468. 

THE DREAM, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Corinne 
Clnecoe. 33 1. © Corlnne Cinecoe; 
25Aug64; DU61031. 



THE DREAM, by Frank Martin, pseud, of 
Francis B. Martin. 125 1. A play 
in three acts. © Francis B. Martin; 
50ct64; DU61330. 



THE DREAM; written by Paul Wunder. 
Rev. final Mar. 26, 1964. 8 1. 
A screenplay. © Paul Wunder; 
lDec64; DU61782. 



THE DREAM AND THE PROMISE, by Ann 

Gordon Levine. 1 v. 3 one-act plays. 
Contents: Meeting at night. --A fig 
for Columbus. — Anything can happen in 
America. © Ann Gordon Levine; 
20Nov64; DU61706. 



DREAM ISLAND; Mel White, words; Cam Fio- 
na, music. Working script no. 3. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © Portland Youth for 
Christ, Inc. d.b.a. Christian Televis- 
ion & Film Productions; 21Sep64; 
DU61196. 



THE DREAM KEEPERS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Cecil Y. Ryals. 34 1. © Cecil Y. 
Ryals; 6jul64; DU6O596. 

DREAM PLAY. See 
THE FATHER. 



DRINK AND TELL, by Lloyd Chase. A 
musical comedy in three acts edited 
by Nate Le Vene. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Lloyd Fremont Chase; 4Nov64; 
DU61508. 



DR^ AUGUST, a play in three acts, by 
Charles Sebree. 102 1. © Charles 
Sebree; 5Aug64; DU60792. 



THE DRYCLEANER IMAGF AND INDIVIDUAL 
MARKETS, SECTION II, by Lou Kinum & 
others. 18 1. Slidefllm script. 
© National Institute of Drycleaning; 
4Aug64; C17009. 



DRYCLEANING CRITERIA AND IDEALS, SEC- 
TION I, by Charles Riggott & others. 
21 1. Slidefilm script. © National 
Institute of Drycleaning; 4Aug64; 
C17008. 



THE DUEL, by Bruce Feld. 21 1. A play 
in one act. © Bruce Feld; 60ct64; 
DU61333. 

DUELLO, a musical play in two acts; 

based on a story by Elizabeth Spencer. 
Book & lyrics by David M. Clay; music 
by George Swigart; special songs by 
Jean Adair Swain. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © David M. Clay & George Swi- 
gart; 19Aug64; DU60882. 



DUET FOR FOUR VOICES, by Philip Gray- 
son. 118 1. A play. © Philip 
Grayson; 7Jul64; DU60628. 



DUTCHMAN AND THE SLAVE; two plays by 
LeRol Jones. New York, W. Morrow. 
88 p. Appl. states Dutchman prev. 
reg. DU59321. © on The slave; 
LeRoi Jones; 19Aug64; DP5460. 



E 



EAGLE FEATHER. 4 1. A story. © Alger- 
non D. Black; 31Jul64; C16951. 



AN EAGLS FROM THE SKY, by Alvin M. 
Chester. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Alvin M. Chester; 23Nov64; DU61707. 

THE EARRINGS; original television play 
by E. M. Fadigan. 94 1. NM: editor- 
ial revisions & additions. © Ellen 
M. Fadigan; 13Aug64; DU60962. 

EARTHBOUND, by Ann Starr (Ann Starr 
Meyer) 1 v. A screenplay in three 
acts. ©Ann Starr; 190ct64; DU6l424. 

EASTCHESTER GREEN, the book & lyrics 
for a musical by William Dorsey 
Blake. Music by Nikola Ovanin. 
1 v. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l8Sep37, No. 51426. NM: additions. 
© William Dorsey Blake & Nikola 
Ovanin; 26Aug64; DU60885 . 



EAT YOUR GRAPENUTS, a play in one act. 
12 1. © Paul Winston Elliott; 
7Aug64; DU608ll. 



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EBED MELECH, by William J. Urbrock. 
St. Louis, Seminary Drama Society, 
Concordia Seminary. 22 p. 1 act. 
© William J. Urbrock; 5Aug64; DP5438- 

ECHO, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 26 1. 
A screenplay. © Elmer J. Carpenter; 
23Nov64; DU61718. 



ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE TO THE EMERGING 
NATIONS, by Noel J. Parley for Campus 
World. 33 1. A discussion in four 
parts. © Campus World, Inc.; 28Dec64; 
C17259. 



ECONOMIC CYCLES, prepared by Fred 
Picard for Campus World. 32 1. A 
discussion in four sections. © Campus 
World, Inc.; 28Dec64; C17269. 

ECONOMIC THEORY, prepared by Oskar 
Morgenstern for Campus World. 29 1. 
A discussion in four parts. © Campus 
World, Inc.; 28Dec64; CI7268. 

ECONOMICS IN AMERICAN LIFE, prepared by 
Sidney Klein for Campus World. 33 1. 
A discussion in four parts. © Campus 
World, Inc.; 28Dec64; CI7260. 



THE EDGE OF THE KNIFE, by Henry Gilfond. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Henry 
Gilfond; 23Jul64; DU60725. 



EDITH'S SECRET; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Elma E. Karki. 30 1. © Elma E. 
Karki; l6Nov64; DU6166I. 



EDMUND G. ROSS; written by Andy Lewis 
(Andrew K. Lewis) Final draft, 
July 21, 1964. 58 1. (Profiles in 
courage, by John F. Kennedy) 4 acts. 
© Robert Saudek Associates, Inc.; 
21Jul64; DP5456. 



THE EDUCATION OF JOHNNY BLOOD, an 
immorality play in two acts by 
Frank Nole, pseud, of Henry F. 
Salerno. 71 1. © Henry F. Salerno; 
3Jun64; DU60347. 



THE EGGHEAD AND THE SQUAREHEAD, a reli- 
gious comedy in one act by Arthur C. 
Matthews. Chicago, Christian Theatre 
Co. 18 1. © Arthur C. Matthews; 
23Sep64; DP5552. 



ELECTRA. See 

THREE CLASSIC GREEK PLAYS. 

ELEPHANT CALF. See 

BAAL, A MAN'S A MAN AND THE ELEPHANT 
CALF. 

THE ELEVEN, by Frances M. Wagner. 
Sheet. © Frances McDowell Wagner; 
7Dec64; C17187 . 

ELIZABETH, a play in three acts by Tom 
Erhard (Thomas A. Erhard) 77 1. 
© Thomas A. Erhard; 31Aug64; DU61079. 

EMMA, by Maxwell Maltz. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Maxwell Maltz; 
29Jul64; DU60752. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES, by Jim Eiler 
8c Jeanne Bargy. 1 v. A musical play 
in two acts. Based on the original 
story by Hans Christian Andersen. 
© Jim Eiler & Jeanne Bargy; 6jul64; 
DU60592. 



EMPRESS OF THE BLUES, by Robert E. 
Di Nardo. 136 1. A screenplay. 
© Robert E. Di Nardo; 280ct64; 
DU61634 . 



EN GGGARRRDE! By Rene Dauraal; trans- 
lated by Michael Benedikt. 3 scenes. 
(In Modern French theatre. New York, 
Dutton. p. 211-216) © Michael Bene- 
dikt; Uul64; DP5537. 



THE ENCHANTED HORNED TOAD, an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Katherine Carroll. 35 1. 
© Katherine Carroll; 25Aug64; 
DU61025. 

THE ENCHANTED RABBIT, a three-act 
fantasy adventure. Written by Kari 
Morlock; based on a story by K. G. 
Morlock. 54 p. © Kari Morlock; 
21Aug64; DU60998. 

ENGINEERED FOR MORE SALES; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 17 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul64; CI69O5. 



ENTANGLED IN THE VIRGIN'S HAIR, a 
tragicomedy in four parts by Don 
Lind (Donald C. Lind) 91 1. 
© Donald C. Lind; 12Nov64; DU61637. 



ENTER LAUGHING, a comedy in two acts by 
Joseph Stein. Adapted from the novel 
by Carl Reiner. New York, S. French. 
91 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
25Jul63, DU58578. © Joseph Stein; 
17Apr64; DP5521. 



ENTRANCE, by Richard Addesso. 1 v. 
5 plays. © Richard Addesso; 120ct64; 
DU61372 . 

EPHRAIM, a play in one act by Allan 
Knee. 27 1. © Allan Knee; 28Aug64; 
DU61053. 

EPHRATAH, FRUITFUL LAND, a Christmas 
chancel drama by Susanne L. Beveridge. 
9 1. 6 scenes. © Susanne Lucie 
Beveridge; l4Dec64; DU61885 . 

EPIPHANY. See 

CAGES: SNOWANGEL, EPIPHANY. 

THE ESCAPE FROM ST. HELENA, a play in 
one act by Charles Sumner Pike. 
This dramatic script is founded on an 
historical episode recorded In Ludwig's 
Life of Napoleon. 20 1. © Charles 
Sumner Pike; 17Aug64; DU60928. 

ESCULAPIO AL NEON; fantasia teatrale e 
musicale in un atto. Di Luciano 
Folgore, musica di Ennio Porrino. 
Milano, Edizioni Curci. 25 p. 
Libretto. ©Edizioni Curci; 28Sep64 ; 
DFO-1326. 



ESTHER'S SECRET, a musical comedy play- 
let. Music, lyrics & story by 
Phillis Pehr. 1 v. © Phyllis Pehr; 
12Nov64: DU6I642. 

EVANGELINE. See 

TO HAVE AND TO HOLD. 



AN EVENING'S FROST, by Donald Hall. 
50 1. A play. © Donald Hall; 
3Dec64; DU61793- 

EVER ON CHRISTMAS EVE, a whimsical 
comedy for five women by Marguerite 
Kreger Phillips. Evanston, 111., 
Row, Peterson. 87 p. © Row, Peter- 
son & Co.; lSep59; DP5424. 



EVER SO HUMBLE, a play in three acts by 
Marvin Rosenberg. 1 v. © Marvin 
Rosenberg; 300ct64; DU61478. 

EVERGREEN. (Reflections on a Christmas 
tree) Written & narrated by Bert 
Akers. 6 1. A screenplay. © Bert 
Akers; 21Dec64; C17244. 



EVERY SPARROW MUST FALL, photoplay for 
35 nun color feature. 1 v. 24 scenes. 
© Jay Gee Productions, Inc. 8c James 
Joseph Gannon, Jr.; 27Aug64; DU61303. 



EVERYBODY GETS IT IN THE END; an 
original spy musical in two acts. 
Book by Marshall Breeden 8c Bill Penn, 
music by Gratien Ouellette, lyrics by 
Marshall Breeden. 1 v. © Gratien 
Ouellette, Marshall Breeden & Bill 
Penn; 23Dec64; DU61904 . 



EVERYBODY'S TWISTING, by James E. Newton. 
2 1. © Starflite Music; 4jan62; 
C17141. 



EVERYDAY THINGS AND THE INNER EYE. See 
THE BICYCLE. 



EVERYMAN, a modern version for young 
people by Ronnie Scott, pseud, of 
Marian Louise Scott. 26 1. A play. 
© Marian Louise Scott; 210ct64; 
DU61470. 



EVIL BATON, by Rochelle Philipp. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. NM: additions. 
© Rochelle Philipp; 22Jul64; DU60718. 



EVIL IS THE NIGHT, by Elmer J. Carpenter 
24 1. A screenplay. © Elmer J. 
Carpenter; 23Nov64; DU61722. 



EXCEPT FOR JOHN LELAND, a play for 
freedom by Albert Johnson. 31 1- 
A musical play. Book 8: lyrics only. 
© Albert Franklin Johnson; 10Aug64; 
DU6O758. 

EXCERPTS FROM THE LECTURE OF DR. HARMON 
H. BRO: A PSYCHOTHERAPIST LOOKS AT 
SPIRITUAL HEALING, OCTOBER 4, 1964. 
1 v. 2 parts. © Laymen's Movement 
for a Christian World 8c Harmon Bro; 
lDec64; C17212. 



EXCERPTS FROM THE SEMINAR OF DR. HARMON 
H. BRO: RELIGION AND PSYCHIC EXPERI- 
ENCE, HELD AT WAINWRIGHT HOUSE, RYE, 
N. Y., MARCH 6-8, 1964. 1 v. 2 parts 
© Laymen's Movement for a Christian 
World 8c Harmon Bro; lDec64; C17211. 



THE EXCURSION, a comedy in three acts 
by N. C. Hunter. London, English 
Theatre Guild. 76 p. 3 acts. 
(Guild library) © N. C. Hunter; 
30Nov64; DF1763. 



THE EXECUTION, a ritual play by Carl 
Gardner. 42 1. © Carl Gardner; 
17Jul64; DU60697. 



EXECUTION WALL, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 
27 1. A screenplay. © Elmer J. 
Carpenter; 23Nov64; DU61721. 



THE EXILES, by H . J. M. Melaro. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © H. J. M. Melaro; 
Uul64; DU60572. 



AN EXPERIENCE IN A RESTAURANT, a comedy 
monolog by James C. Miles. 2 1. 
© James C. Miles; 20Jul64; C 16929- 



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July-Dec. 



AN EXPLANATION OF INCOME TAX, a mono- 
logue script by Paul Browner & Maxwell 
Reinstein. 1 v. © Paul R. Browner & 
Maxwell Reinstein; 24Nov64; C17193. 

EXPRESS WAS TOO FAST FOR VINNIE 
EDWARDS. See 
THE MARK OF CAIN. 



EYES LIKE THE EAGLES, a new play by 
Michael Mathias. 158 1. 15 scenes. 
© Michael Theodore Mathias; l4Sep64; 
DU61146. 



A FABLE, a one act play by Mitchell Don- 
ian. 16 1. © Mitchell Donian; 
29Sep64; DU61269. 

FACES OF POWER, a play in three acts by 
Arthur T. Hadley. 1 v. © Arthur Had- 
ley; 23Sep64; DU61210. 

THE FACTS TELL THE STORY; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 21 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2Jul64; C16903. 



THE FAILURE, by Kenneth Hubner. 1 v. 
A' play in three acts. © Kenneth J. 
Hubner; 3Nov64; DU61555. 



A FAMILIAR TALE WITH MUSIC FROM THE 
BALLET: TSCHAIKOWSKY, THE NUTCRACKER. 
By Hazel Brewsaugh Eichstadt . 1 v. 
Book only. © Hazel Brewsaugh 
Eichstadt; 17Dec64; C17221. 



THE FAMILY, a play in one act by 
Nicolas Bengt, pseud, of Stanley 
Kiesel. 40 1. © Stanley Kiesel; 
l6Nov64; DU61674. 

THE FAMILY CIRCLE, by Max N. Benoff. 
1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Max N. Benoff; 17Aug64; DU60931. 



THE FAMILY MAN, a comedy by Benjamin 
Bernard Zavin & Carl Leo. Rev. 
Dramatists Play Service. 75 p. 
3 acts. © Benjamin Bernard Zavin, 
Patchin Wandress & Wardwell Leo; 
23Dec64; DP5625. 



FAMILY SECURITY PLAN, LOT OWNER PRESEN- 
TATION. 10 1. © Dorothy Michel; 
31Aug64; C17044. 



A FAMILY STORY; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Tinnie Davis. 31 1. © Tinnie 
Davis; 190ct64 ; DU61431. 



THE FANATIC, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Stanley 
R. Lesiak. 34 1. © Stanley R. Les- 
iak; 50ct64; DU61315. 

FANATICISM. See 

MAHOMET, THE PROPHET. 



FAR, FAR AWAY, by David Lawrence Lip- 
man. 76 1. A play in two acts. 
© David Lawrence Lipman; l4Aug64; 
DU60870. 



FAR-OUT VIRUS, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by James 
Holies. 30 1. © James Holies; 
25Aug64; DU61024. 



FAR ROCKAWAY, by Frank D. Gilroy. 

1 v. A play in 13 scenes. © Frank D. 
Gilroy; 25Nov64; DU61755 . 

A FAR UNMEASURED MONUMENT, by Manuel 
Freedman. 49 1. A play. © Manuel 
Freedman; 20Aug64; DU60981. 

FARE THEE WELL, a comedy in three acts 
by Robert R. Presnell, Jr. 1 v. 
©Robert R. Presnell, Jr.; 10Jul64; 
DU60649. 



FARLEY'S RETURN, a play by George 
Savage & George Savage, Jr. 1 v. 
3 acts . © George Milton Savage & 
George Milton Savage, Jr.; 21Dec64; 
DU61930. 

FASHION; or, Life in New York. A comedy 
with music in five acts by Anna Cora 
Mowatt, 1845; as devised & staged at 
the Yale Drama School by Curtis Can- 
field. New York, S. French. 96 p. 
Book & lyrics only. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 13May64; DP56IO. 

THE FATHER, a one act play written by 
Robert W. Lawler. 20 1. © Robert W. 
Lawler; 10Aug64; DU60814 . 



THE FATHER, a tragedy in three acts & 
A dream play, by August Strindberg. 
Translated & edited by Valborg Ander- 
son. New York, Appleton-Century- 
Crofts. 138 p. (Crofts classics) 
©Meredith Pub. Co.; 24Jun64; A706580. 



THE FAULT, DEAR SIRS, by Ted Feder 
(Theodore Herbert Feder) 68 1. A 
play in 3 acts. © Ted Feder; 
20Jul64; DU60710. 



THE FAULTY EQUATION, a play in one act, 
by Tom Skinner- Jones, pseud, of 
Tommy Ray Jones. 48 1. © Tommy 
Ray Jones; 13Aug64; DU60856. 

FAUST, a tragedy by Johann Wolfgang von 
Goethe, translated in the original 
meters by Bayard Taylor, introduction 
by Anthony Scenna. New York, Wash- 
ington Square Press. 426 p. 2 parts. 
NM: "editing and introduction". 
©Washington Square Press, Inc.; 
15Apr64; A710600. 



FAUST, WARD OF GOD, the five act play 
underlying Goethe's Faust, parts I & 
II, adapted to the modern stage by 
Felix James Alexander. 1 v. NM: 
revisions. © Felix James Alexander; 
29Dec64; DU61970. 

FEDERAL JUDGES: THE APPOINTING PROCESS, 
by Harold W. Chase. 39 1. Report 
prepared for oral delivery. © The 
Brookings Institution; 29Sep64; 
C 17 102. 

FEE-FI-FO-FUM, a musical revue for 
children. Words by Jack DeMarco; 
music by Richard d'Honau. 1 v. 
© Richard Allan d'Honau & L. Jack 
DeMarco; 260ct64; DU61507. 

FEMMES SAVANTES. See 
THE LEARNED LADIES. 

FERDINAND AND THE DIRTY KNIGHT, a play 
in two acts for children by Richard E. 
Jackson. 1 v. © Richard Eugene 
Jackson; 130ct64; DU61439- 

A FEY ENTERPRISE, by Rosmarin Martel, 
pseud, of Mary S. Joyner. 116 1. 
A play in three acts. © Mary S. Joy- 
ner; 260ct64; DU615OI. 



FIDDLE-DEE-DEE, a new musical fable. 
Book, Jeff Kahn (Jeffrey Kahn) & Eddy 
Chalfin (Edward R. Chalfin); music & 
lyrics, Eddy Chalfin; lyrics for More 
than meets the eye & Nice guys finish 
last, by Jeff Kahn. 72 1. 7 scenes. 
© Eddy Chalfin & Jeff Kahn; 10Sep64; 
DU61141. 



FIDDLER ON THE ROOF; book by Joseph 
Stein, music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by 
Sheldon Harnick. Based on stories by 
Sholem Aleichem. Final playing ver- 
sion as of Sept. 22, 1964. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Joseph Stein; 20Nov64; 
DU61738. 



FIFTY MILLION HOOFBEATS; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by William W. Kelly. 33 1. 
© William W. Kelly; 200ct64; DU6l46l. 



FIFTY YARDS, a short Play. 6 1. 

© Paul W. Elliott; 8Sep64; DU61132. 

FIG FOR COLUMBUS. See 

THE DREAM AND THE PROMISE. 



A FINE AFFAIR, by Max G. Weine. A com- 
edy in three acts. 1 v. © Max G. 
Weine; 2Jul64; DU60581. 



FIRE AND MUCH WOOD, by Thomas H. Gilmore. 
1 v. A play in three acts. © Thomas 
H. Gilmore; 21Sep64; DU61278. 



THE FIRE AND THE FURY. (Fuente 
ovejuna) By Lope de Vega. A new 
translation by Everett W. Hesse & 
Herbert M. Stahl . 91 1. 3 acts. 
© Literary Discoveries, Inc.; 
I60ct64; DP5575. 



THE FIREBUGS. (Herr Biedermann und die 
Brandstifter) By Max Frisch. 
A learning-play without a lesson 
translated by Mordecai Gorelik. 
New York, Hill & Wang. 85 p. 
(A Spotlight dramabook) 8 scenes. 
Appl. states prev. reg. DU48125. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Mordecai 
Gorelik; 7Mar63; DP5463. 



THE FIRST, a one act play by Will Holt. 
31 1. © Will Holt; 13Jul64; 
DU6O658. 



THE FIRST CHRISTMAS TREE. 3 1. Record- 
ing script. •© Jim Ameche; 70ct64; 
C17116. 

THE FIRST PREGNANT MAN, a comedy, by 
Olive Archer, pseud, of Arch Oboler. 
Suggested by the novel by Norman 
Bobrow. 1 v. © Arch Oboler; 26Aug64; 
DU61037. 

FIRST STOP, EAST BERLIN, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Michael A. Mocclae. 39 1. 
© Michael A. Mocciae; 6jul64; 
DU60605. 

A FIRST TIME FOR EVERYTHING, a farce- 
comedy in three acts by Ben Elisco, 
pseud, of Blase EliscOj& George Cavey. 
1 v. '.© George R. Cavey, Jr. & 
Blase Elisco; 28Jul64; DU60746. 

THE FIRST 200 YEARS, a drama of Lincoln, 
N. H. by Malvine Cole. 1 v. 4 acts. 
© Malvine Cole; 15Jul64; A714924. 



FITZ; play in one act by Maxime Fur- 
laud. 1st draft. 1 v. © Maxime 
Furlaud; 27Aug64; DU61043. 



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FIVE CHANNEL HI-FI DEMONSTRATION, by 
Regis J. Cordic. 1 v. Recording 
script. ©Cordic, Inc.; 20Nov64; 
C17174. 

FIVE OF A KIND; original screenplay by 
Paul Zigabarra, Jr. Ill 1. © Paul 
Zigabarra, Jr. & Nancy A. Zigabarra; 
l4Dec64; DU61894 . 

FIVE PLAYS FROM SHAKESPEARE; edited by 
Katherine Miller; illustrated by 
Lynd Ward; musical arrangements by 
Norman Cazden. Boston, Houghton 
Mifflin. 236 p. NM: ''editorial 
work." © Katherine E. Miller; 
l8Jun64; A712312. 

FIVE PLAYS FROM SHAKESPEARE; edited by 
Katherine Miller; illustrated by 
Lynd Ward; musical arrangements by 
Norman Cazden. Boston, Houghton 
Mifflin. 236 p. NM: ''illustrations. 
© Lynd Ward; l8Jun64l A712311- 



571 B. C.j music & lyrics by Gustavo 
A. Motta, Jr.; book by Gustavo A. 
Motta, Jr., Richard L. Murphy & 
Michael Schumaeker. 1 v. 2 acts. 
©Gustavo A. Motta, Jr., Richard 
Murphy 8c Michael Schumaeker; 300ct64; 
DU61535. 

FIVE SHORT PLAYS, by Jerome Kass. 1 v. 
Contents: The Jocasta complex. --Two 
brothers. --I ' ve got your number. -- 
Good old Pop! --Schism. © Jerome Kass; 
28Aug64; DU61048. 



FIVE-UP DOMINO GAME, Lecture I by 

Dominic C. Armanino. 1 v. © Dominic 
C. Armanino; 90ct64; C17123. 



"IVE-UP DOMINO GAME; lecture II by 

Dominic C. Armanino. 1 v. © Dominic 
C. Armanino; 300ct64; C17153. 

FIVE-UP DOMINO GAME; lecture no . 3 by 
Dominic C. Armanino. 1 v. © Dominic 
C. Armanino; 190ct64; C 17 128. 



FIVE-UP DOMINO GAME, lecture V by 

Dominic C. Armanino. 1 v. © Dominic 
C. Armanino; 3Nov64; C17162. 



FIVE-UP DOMINO GAME; lecture VI b> 

Dominic C. Armanino. 1 v. © Dominic 
C. Armanino; 9Nov64; C 17 170. 

FIVE-UP DOMINO GAME, LESSON IV, by 

Dominic C. Armanino. 16 1. A lecture. 
© Dominic C. Armanino; 7Dec64; 
C17228. 

FIVE YARD MCCARTY, a musical comedy. 
Book by Cleo Lucas (Cleo Lucas Hurl- 
burt); music by Cleo Lucas & others. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Cleo Lucas Hurlburt, 
Rose Resnick, Bernice Foley & Dorothy 
MacLean; 130ct64; DU61378. 



FLAGPOLE, a play in three acts by Roger 
Shattuck. 106 1. © Roger Shattuck; 
60ct64; DU61410. 



FLAME ON THE FIRE ESCAPE, a three act 
play by Marne Otterstedt, pseud, of 
Marjorle von Otterstedt. 7^ 1. 
© Marjorle von Otterstedt; 21Dec64; 
DU61925. 



THE FLANDERS MARE, a comedy by William 
Griffin. 271 1. 2 acts. © H. Wil- 
liam Griffin; HAug64; DU60837. 



LA FLAUTA EN FLOR, forma sencilla en 
tres actos, original de F. G. Aller. 
72 1. © Faustlno Gonzalez-Aller; 
13Jul64; DU60655. 

DIE FLEDERMAUS; Regie & Soufflierbuch. 
Operette in 3 Akten nach Meilhac & 
Halevy von Carl Haffner, Richard 
Genee & Richard Bars. Musik von 
Johann Strauss. 67 p. Libretto. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Josef 
Weinberger, Ltd.; 17Dec64; DU61809. 



FLEDERMAUS. See 
JOHANN STRAUSS' 



DIE FLEDERMAUS. 



FLEURY PLAYBOOK. See 
VISITATIO SEPULCHRI. 

DER FLIEGENDE HOLLANDER. (The flying 
Dutchman) Opera in three acts by 
Richard Wagner; English version by 
Stewart Robb . New York, G. Schirmer. 
1 v. Libretto. (G. Schlrmer's 
collection of opera librettos, 
Ed. 2584) Text In English & German. 
© on English translation; G. Schirmer, 
Inc.; 80ct64; DP5572. 

THE FLIP SIDE, by Peter Reilly & William 
Wright. 1 v. A comedy in two acts. 
© Peter Reilly & William C. Wright; 
70ct64; DU61341. 

FLOTSAM & JETSAM; weekly half -hour 
television situation-comedy series; 
pilot program: The inheritance. 
41 1. 3 acts. © Alan Gay lor; 
17Aug64; DU60949. 

FLOWER AND THE STONE. See 
A TRILOGY OF LIFE AND DEATH. 

THE FLOWER OF THE NORTH, a play in three 
acts by Francis Gallagher. Part one 
of a trilogy. 1 v. © Francis Gal- 
lagher; 290ct64; DU61519. 



FLOWERS DON'T GROW HERE. 
THE ACCIDENT. 



See 



FLOWERS FOR CORNELIUS, a comedy by 

John Pimley. 1 v. 3 acts. © John T. 
Pimley & Casan Lee Pimley; 17Jul64; 
DU60627 . 

FLYING DUTCHMAN. See 

DER FLIEGENDE HOLLANDER. 



THE FOLDING GREEN, a play in three acts 
by Howard Moss. 1 v. NM: revisions 
& additions. © Howard Moss; 50ct64; 
DU61320. 



FOLK SINGING, THE NEXT STAGE, a scenario 
by Ron S. Miller (Ronald S. Miller) 
16 1. 2 parts. © Ronald Samuel 
Miller; 15Jul64; C16914 . 



FOLLOW THE LEADER, a science fiction 
drama by Albert Lee. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Albert F. Lee; l6Jul64 ; DU60671. 

FOLLY TO BE WISE, a comedy in three 
acts by Alicen White, pseud, of Alice 
M. G. White. 96 1. © Alicen White; 
60ct64; DU61334. 



FONT-DE-GAUME, a fantasy by Thomas R. 
O'Neill. 28 1. © Thomas R. O'Neill; 



4Dec63; DP5596. 



FOOL OF FAME. 
BYRON. 



See 



THE FOOT ON THE STAIR, the love story 
of Robert Browning & Elizabeth Bar- 
rett Browning, from their love let- 



ters, devised by Thomas Lewis Roth- 
field. 38 1. A play in 2 parts. 
© Thomas Lewis Rothfield; 17Aug64; 
DU60916. 



FOR SUCH A TIME, an original drama by 
Ronald Hutchcraft with music by 
Dennis Weber. 2 v. 2 acts. © Ron- 
ald Hutchcraft 8= Dennis Weber; 
23Jul64; DU60729. 

FOR THE LOVE OF A WORM, a one act 

children's play ... by Sally Passmore 
Cook. 37 1. © Sally Passmore Cook; 
23Dec64; DU61949. 



FOR THE RICH THEY SING, a three act 
comedy drama by Michael Kallesser. 
1 v. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Michael Kallesser; llDec64; 
DU6l8lO. 

FOR WOMEN ONLY, a satirical comedy for 
an all-woman cast by Paul S. McCoy. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson. 15 p. 
1 act. © Row, Peterson 8c Co.; 
lSep59; DP5425. 



FOREMANSHIP AND SAFETY, a narrative to 
be used with a film script of the 
same name, prepared by the Bureau of 
Safety. 15 1. © Bureau of Safety; 
10Aug64; CI6997. 

A FOREST CHRISTMAS, by Cathy Sanna 
(Catherine Lee Sanna) 9 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Cathy L. Sanna; 22Jul64 ; 
DU60716. 

FORGOTTEN COTTON; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Howard L. Cummings. 30 1. © Howard 
L. Cummings; 8Dec64; DU61853. 



FORTUNE'S COOKIE, a comedy in one act 
for women by Evelyn De Vlamlng 8c 
Gersh Altaian. 19 1. © Evelyn 
De Vlaming & Gersh Altaian; 21Dec64; 
DU61931. 

40 MILES AWAY, by Calvin Ruskaup. 
50 1. A play in 3 acts. © Calvin 
Ruskaup; 4Sep64; DU61111. 

FORTYISH AND FRUSTRATED, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Olive M. Hastings. 34 1. © Olive 
M. Hastings; 31Aug64; DU61071. 

49TH STATE. 1 v. A play in two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © John DeCisco; 
21Sep64; DU61217. 

FOUR CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOUS PLAYS; four 
television plays from the award-win- 
ning network series Look up and live 
(CBS) & The Catholic hour (NBC) Ed- 
ited for stage production by Robert 
J. Allen. Glen Rock, N. J., Paulist 
Press. 142 p. (An Original Deus 
book) Contents : The shadow of the 
valley, by Jan Hartman. — Once there 
was a postman, by Robert Crean. — The 
broken pitcher, by Leo Brady. — Without 

the angels, by Robert Crean. NM: 
editorial revision. © Missionary 
Society of St. Paul the Apostle in 
the State of New York; 10ct64; A736789. 



FOUR GREAT RESTORATION PLAYS; edited 8c 
with an introduction by Louis B. 
Wright 8c Virginia A. LaMar. New York, 
Washington Square Press. 477 P- 
Contents: All for love, John Dryden.-- 
The beaux' stratagem, George Farquhar. 
— The way of the world, William Con- 
greve.--The country wife, William 
Wycherley. NM: introd. & compilation. 
©Washington Square Press, Inc.; 
15Jul64; A710603. 



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100 



DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



POUR SISTERS, a play In two acts by 
Wendell Metzger. 99 1. © Wendell 
Metzger; 29Dee64; DU61978. 

THE FOXHOLE, a comedy In three acts by 
Dorothy St. Clair Bradshaw. 1 v. 
© Dorothy St. Clair BradBhaw; 30Sep64; 
DU61273. 



FRAGMENTS, by Murray Schisgal. 29 1. 
A play. © Murray Schisgal; 24Aug64; 
DU61012 . 



FRANCIS AND THE WONDER WOOD, a story in 
song by Pita Haaga with words & music 
by Rita Haaga. 1 v. 2 acts. © Rita 
Haaga; l6Nov64; DU6l672. 

FRATERNITY PARTY, a musical play with 
book, music & lyrics by Stephen D. 
Uman. 1 v. 3 acts. © Stephen D. 
Uman; 10Jul64; DU60644 . " 



FRED AND WILLIE. (Transmutation) 
By Douglas Taylor, pseud, of Donald 
D. Taylor. 29 1. © Douglas Taylor; 
21Sep64; DU61224. 



FREDERICK DOUGLASS; written by Don M. 
Mankiewicz. Final draft, Sept. 24, 
1964. 56 1. (Profiles in courage, 
by John F. Kennedy) 4 acts. 
© Robert Saudek Associates, Inc.; 
24Sep64; DP5562. 



FRENCH QUARTER, a collection of dramatic 
vignettes by S. William, pseud, of 
Samuel W. Murdoch. 1 v. © Samuel 
W. Murdoch; l40ct64; DU61398. 

FRENCHMAN'S PICK, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 
25 1. A screenplay. © Elmer J. 
Carpenter; 23Nov64; DU61719- 

FRIENDLY ENEMIES, an episode of the 
Revolutionary War, a one-act play by 
Mildred E. Danforth. 24 1. © Mildred 
Emeline Danforth; 19Aug64; DU60977. 



THE FROG POND, a comedy by Georgette 
Scott (Joyce Maclver, pseud.) 1 v. 
2 acts. Dramatization of the novel 
The frog pond. © Georgette Scott; 
l8Dec64; DU61879. 

FROG PRINCE. See 

THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG. 



FROG TOWN, by Jeannle V. Hinson. 32 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Jeannie V. Hin- 
son; 31Aug64; DU60993. 



FROM FILE T, a Christmas play by 

Earline McBride. Winona Lake, Ind., 
Rodeheaver, Hall-Mack Co. 16 p. 
2 acts. ©Rodeheaver Co.; 70ct64; 
DP5561. 

FROM MORN TILL MIDNIGHT. (Von Morgens 
bis Mltternachts) A play in two acts 
by Georg Kaiser; authorized trans- 
lation by Ulrich Weisstein. 30 1. 
© Ulrich Weissteln; 2Nov64; DU61554. 

FROM NOW ON, by William Packard. New 
York, Acadia Press. 70 p. 3 acts. 
©William Packard; 200ct64; DP558I. 



FROM THESE OUR ROOTS, a pageant for the 
Belleville, Illinois Sesquicentennial, 
September 17 to 20, 1964 by Lilian 
Jossem. 1 v. © Lillian Jossem; 
28Dec64; DU61969. 

FUENTE 0VEJUNA. See 
THE FIRE AND THE FURY. 



FUENTE OVEJUNA AND LA DAMA BOBA, by 
Lope Felix de Vega Carpio. Introd. 
& notes by Everett W. Hesse. New 
York, Dell Pub. Co. 288 p. (The 
Laurel language library, Spanish 
series 5029) NM: Introd. & notes. 
©Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 22Sep64; 
A722562. 

FUN AND GAMES, a screenplay by Barry 
Fremont. 46 1. © Barry Fremont; 
31Aug64; DU61077. 

FUNCTIONAL WIRING. See 

MANUSCRIPT FOR LECTURES ON FUNCTIONAL 
WIRING. 

FUNDAMENTALS OF CONTROL OF PEOPLE. See 
BACKGROUND ON CONTROL AND DISCIPLINE. 

FUNNY THING HAPPENED TO ME ON MY WAY 
DOWN THE PRIMROSE PATH. See 
THE MAKING OF MALCOLM. 



THE FURTHERMOST FINGER OF FILLMORE; or, 

A park in the dark. By Jerome Max. 

A short comedy about a civic tragedy. 

36 1. © Jerome Max; 28Jul64 ; DU60747 . 



FUZZ IS SO LONG AT THE FAIR. Libretto, 
words & music by John E. Schroeder; 
theme & arrangements by Dana Haigh. 

1 v. © Key Productions, Inc.; 
70et64; DU61296. 

FYODOR DOSTOYEVSKY'S NOVEL THE POSSESSED, 
modernized & adapted for the stage; 
written by Phillip S. Gelb. 1 v. 

2 acts. © Phillip S. Gelb; 20ct64; 
DU61259. 



G 



gP, a music drama by Alonzo Levister. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Alonzo Levister; 
90ct64; DU61358. 

THE G. L., a one act play in two scenes, 
by Milton Hood Ward. 15 1. © Milton 
Hood Ward; 50ct64; DU61325. 



GAMBLER'S LUCK, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by Max 
F. Sellars. 30 1. © Max F. Sellars; 
50ct64; DU61314. 

GAME, a drama with songs by Lyon Phelps. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Lyon Phelps; 
17Jul64; DU6O896. 



THE GAME PRESERVE, a drama in three 
acts by Marian Skedgell. 1 v. 
©Marian Skedgell; 22Jul64; DU60715. 



THE GAS HEART, by Tristan Tzara. Trans- 
lated by Michael Benedlkt. 3 acts. 
(In Modern French theatre. New York, 
Dutton. p. 133-146) ©Michael Bene- 
dlkt; Uul64; DP5533. 



GATHER UP YOUR LAUGHTER, a musical- 
comedy in two acts by Ray McPeek 
(Raymond C. McPeek) 1 v. © Raymond 
C. McPeek; 7Jul64; DU60629. 



GELON THE GREAT, by Sister Christella 
Marie (Sister Christella Marie Floyd) 
49 1. A play In 'three acts. © Sister 
Christella Marie Floyd; 29Sep64; 
DU61294. 



THE GENE FARMER SHOW, a monologue, lec- 
ture fit for stage show performance 
with or in spite of musical accompani- 
ment, written by Gene Farmer ( Charles 



Eugene Farmer) 29 1. Book & lyrics 
only. NM: additional text & lyrics. 
© Gene Farmer; 29Sep64; C17099. 



GENERAL KAMIEN, by Jon Cohen (Jonathan 
David Cohen) 134 1. A play In three 
acts. © Jon Cohen; 6Jul64; DU6O609. 



THE GENIE IN THE PEANUT BUTTER JAR, 
a play in two acts by Pat Rosenthal 
(Mildred P. Rosenthal) 41 1. 
© Mildred P. Rosenthal; 190ct64 ; 
DU61421. 



THE GENIUS OF THE SCANDINAVIAN THEATER; 
edited & with an introd. by Evert 
Sprinchorn. New American Library. 
637 p. (Mentor, MQ600) 2 parts. 
NM: introd., compilation & commen- 
taries. ©Evert Sprinchorn; 150ct64; 
A728876. 



THE GENTLE AVALANCHE, a play by William 
Corlett. London, S. French. 67 p. 
(French's acting edition) 2 acts. 
© William Corlett; 17Jun64; DF1742. 



GENTLEMAN, BE SEATED! A musical 
entertainment in two acts; book by 
Jerome Moross & Edward Eager; lyrics 
by Edward Eager; music by Jerome 
Moross. 3 v. © Jerome Moross & 
Edward Eager; 13Jul64; DU60663. 

THE GENTLEMAN FROM OLMEDO. (El Cabal- 
lero de Olmedo) By Lope de Vega. 
A new translation by Everett W. 
Hesse & Herbert M. Stahl. 53 1. 

3 acts. © Literary Discoveries, 
Inc.; I60ct64; DP5574. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE, 
by Kenneth Koch. 13 1. A play In 
7 scenes. © Kenneth Koch; 8Jul64; 
DU60625 . 

THE GERANIUMS, a comedy by Charles 
Dizenzo. 101 1. 3 acts. © Charles 
J. Dizenzo; 210ct64; DU61467. 

THE GHOST HORSE, an original story 
written 8c adapted for television 
by Jim Gill. 34 1. © Jim Gill; 
6jul64; DU6O603. 

A GHOST OF A CHANCE, a new play in 
three acts by Milton Bernard. 

1 v. © Milton Bernard; 21Dec64; 
DU61936. 

THE GHOSTS GO WEST; a mystery- fantasy 
in a prologue <k 3 acts by Arthur 
Jearue, pseud, of Verne Powers. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson. I32 p. 
© Row, Peterson >fc Co.; lSep59; 
DP5479. 

GIANT OF THE PLAINS, a comedy drama in 
prologue & four acts by Price R. 
Maddox. 82 p. (A Royalty play) 

4 acts. © Price R. Maddox; l4Dec64; 
DP5632. 

THE GIANTS IN THE EARTH, by Kenneth Ber- 
nard. 52 1. A play in ten scenes. 
© 0. Kenneth Bernard; l8Aug64; 
DU60952 . 

A GIFT FOR MY WIFE, by Ghersen Kaufman. 

2 1. A monolog. © Ghersen Kaufman; 
llDec64; C17235- 

THE GIFT OF GRATITUDE, by Sallie Bris- 
tow. Birmingham [Ala.] Progressive 
Farmer. 7 p. 3 scenes. © Progres- 
sive Farmer Co.; HAug64; DP5443. 

THE GIFT OF THE MAGI, a petite opera 
in three episodes by Ruth Taylor 
Magney. 37 p. Based on the story of 
the same title by 0. Henry. © Ruth 
Taylor Magney; 5Nov64 ; DU61528. 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



101 



THE GIMMICK, a drama-fantasy by Roger 
Furman. 48 1. 2 scenes. © Roger 
Furman; 29Dec64 ;. DU61975 • 

A GIRL NAMED JOAN, by Iris Faye Rosofsky, 
51 1. A play. © Iris Faye Rosofsky; 
25Sep64; DU61247. 



THE GIRL WHO CAME TO OUR TOWN; an 

original story written & adapted for 
television by Jessie Fain & Pearl 
Taylor. 31 1. © Jessie Fain & Pearl 
Taylor; 200ct64; DU61454 . 



GLIMPSE OF GLORY. 
SPREAD EAGLE. 



See 



THE GLORY ROAD, by Victor W. Jackson. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Victor 
Warren Jackson; 24Nov64; DU61746. 



THE GLOWING FLAME OF FREEDOM; monologue 
by Myrtle Jennivere, pseud, of Myrtle 
Martin. 4 1. © Myrtle Martin; 
19Aug64; CI6989. 



THE GO TO HELL HAT, by John Lynn. 1 v. 
A play. © John Harrison Lynn; 
10Aug64; DU60815. 

THE GOBBLIN' GOBLIN, a musical fairytale 
for fun; book & lyrics by Benjamin P. 
Indlek; music by Janet Indick. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Benjamin P. Indick & 
Janet Indick; 21Dec64; DU61927. 



GOD, THE GREAT PHYSICIAN, a lecture on 
Christian Science by Paul Stark Seeley. 
21 1. (Full report, no. 26) © Paul 
Stark Seeley; 2Sep64; C17052. 



THE GODDESS MEETS THE ENEMY; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Marjorie Y. Richardson. 
31 1. © Marjorie Y. Richardson; 
9Nov64; DU61608. 



GOD'S LOVE AND THE HUMAN NEED, a lecture 
on Christian Science by Florence C. 
Southwell. 17 1. (Full report, no. 2) 
© Florence C. Southwell; 2Sep64; 
C17047. 



GOD'S VERDICT: NOT GUILTY, a lecture 
on Christian Science by Hazel R. 
Harrison. 20 1. (Full report, no. 3) 
© Hazel R. Harrison; 20Jul64; CI696I. 



GOOD GOING, an original musical 

comedy. Book Sc lyrics by Joseph Mott; 
music by S. Frank Donate 1 v. 
2 acts. © Joseph 0. Mott & S. Frank 
Donato; 23Jul64 ; DU60726. 

A GOOD LADY FROM HELL, by Jock McGraw. 
1 v. A play in three acts. © Jock 
McGraw; 50ct64; DU61298. 

GOOD OLD POP. See 
FIVE SHORT PLAYS. 



GOOD OLD TIMES; an original story 
written 8c adapted for television by 
Robbie B. Muennink. 34 1. © Robbie 
B. Muennink; 8Dec64; DU61833. 



GOOD WALLS MAKE GOOD WARS; or, Rape 
according to Webster's second. By 
Stan Dworkin (Stanley Dworkin) 1 v. 
A play in two acts. © Florence Romm 
Dworkin; 2Sep64; DU61090. 



THE GOOD WOMAN, a film scenario by 
George Bluestone. 98 1. © George 
Bluestone; 3Dec64; DU61799. 

GOODNIGHT, CHRISTINA. See 
ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS. 

G0RI0T, by Ruth Hersohberger . 57 1. 
21 scenes. © Ruth Herschberger; 
30Nov64; DU61769. 



GOTTA WAKE UP! A musical review by 
John Marier. 2 v. © John R. Marier; 
50ct64; DU61327. 



GOVERNMENT OF MAN; script, music, 
lyrics by Paul E. Petrie . 1 v. 
© Paul E. Petrie; 9Nov64; DU61619. 



GRABEN'S GHYLL, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 
24 1. A screenplay. © Elmer J. 
Carpenter; 23Nov64; DU61728. 



GRACE, an original story written 8: 
adapted for television by Rex Leare. 
33 1. © Rex Leare; l4Sep64; DU6H76. 

GRAND MARCH. See 

A SALUTE TO THE U. S. A. 

THE GRANDFATHER, by Benito Perez Galdos; 
translation by M. William Cairns; 
stage version by Marjory Stoneman 
Douglas. 1 v. A play in four acts. 
© Marjory Stoneman Douglas & 
M. William Cairns; 290ct64; DU61481. 



GREAT DAY IN THE MORNING, a play in 
three acts by Alice M. Cannon. New 
York, S. French. 134 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 25May62, DU55488. © Alice 
Cannon; 23Jan64; DP5523. 



GREAT EXPECTATIONS, by Charles Dickens. 
A dramatic-musical adaptation by 
Sylvia Thomas. 2 v. 9 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Sylvia Semmler 
Thomas; 31Dec64; DU61952. 

GREAT KU KLUX KLAN CONSPIRACY. See 
LECTURE ON THE GREAT KU KLUX KLAN 
CONSPIRACY. 

THE GREATEST GUY, a play in one act by 
Michael Miller. 1 v. © Michael 
Miller; 24Nov64; DU61747 . 



GREEKS, GODS & GOSH, a satire on the 
Greek classical theme, one act. 
13 1. © Roby Brown; 12Aug64; 
DU6O85O . 

GREEKS, GODS & GOSH, a satire on the 
Greek classical theme, one act by 
Roby Brown. 13 1. © Roby Brown; 
12Aug64; DU6085O. 



THE GREEN DRAGON, by Lois Smyer Wilkin- 
son. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Lois 
Smyer Wilkinson; 25Nov64; DU61759. 



GREEN GROW THE RASHES, a musical play 
about Robert Burns . Book by Mary 8c 
Clay Boland, Jr.; words 8c music by 
Clay Boland, Jr. 1 v. 2 acts. Book 
8: lyrics only. NM: revisions. 
© Clay A. Boland, Jr. 8c Mary Boland; 
13Jul64; DU60622. 



GREEN SHUTTERS, a new play in three 
acts by Elizabeth Addyman 8: June 
Wyndham Davies. London, English 
Theatre Guild. 78 p. (Guild Library) 
© June Wyndham 8: Elizabeth Addyman; 
27May64; DF1725 . 



GREENHOUSE; play by Joseph Geraldi . 
92 p. 4 acts. © Joseph Geraldi; 
25Nov64; DU6176I. 



GREET YOUR NEIGHBOR. 
OF THE SPECIES. 



See 



GRINGA, by Mabel Richards. 20 1. 
A musical play in three acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Mabel 
Richards; 22Jul64; DU6O679. 



GOING, GOING, GONE! A new comedy by 
Robert Skutch. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Robert Skutch; 17 Jul64 ; DU60695 . 



GOLD, FRANKINCENSE AND MYRRH, by 
Winifred Scutt. 1 v. © Winifred 
Scutt; 20Jul64; DU60866. 



GOLD MINES IN THE WOODS, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Olivia Edwards. 30 1. 
© Olivia Edwards; 17Aug64; DU60947. 



GOLD THREAD; verse play by Herbert 
Steven Howard. 15 1. © Herbert 
Steven Howard; Uul64; DU60573. 

THE GOLDEN GUARDIANS, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Burrows-Meid. 27 1. 
© Basil J. Burrows-Meid; 6jul64; 
DU60597. 

GOOD AFTERNOON. See 
A PRIMER FOR DAD. 



GRANDMA'S TEA CAKES, an original story 
written 8c adapted for television by 
Wendel Peavy. 32 1. © Wendel Peavy; 
31Aug64; DU61072. 

THE GRAPES, by M. Lenz 8: J. M. Collie. 
1 v. 2 scenes. © J. M. Collie 8c 
M. Lenz; 15May64; DP54l8. 

THE GREAT AWAKENER, a lecture on Chris- 
tian Science by Martin N. Heafer. 
19 1. (Full report, no.l) ©Martin 
N. Heafer; 20Jul64; C17053. 

GREAT BANK ROBBERY. See 
TILLIE THE TELLER. 

THE GREAT BIG HOLE; screenplay by Don 
Sauers 8c Franklin Moore. 132 1. 
© Don Sauers & Franklin Moore; 
28Jul64; DU60740. 

THE GREAT CAMPAIGNERS, proprietor: 
Helene Curtis Industries. 1 v. 
Tape recording script. © Helene Cur- 
tis Industries, Inc.; 7Aug64; CI6966. 



THE GROTTO; an original story written 
& adapted for television by Alice 
Wheatley. 30 1. © Alice Wheatley; 
8Dec64; DU6l840. 

GRUYO, THE GREY PALOMINO; story 8c 

screenplay by Gerry Day; based on the 
novel by Mark Storm. 153 1. © Alan 
Reed, Sr. & Alan Reed, Jr.; 10Nov64; 
DU61626 . 

GUERRE SECRETE. See 
THE SECRET AGENTS. 

THE GUIDE, a screenplay by Pearl S. 
Buck & Tad Danielewski. Based on the 
novel by R. K. Narayan. 177 1. 
Appl. author: Stratton Productions, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Stratton 
Productions, Inc.; 23Dec64 ; DU61902. 



THE GUITAR; first of a trilogy entitled 
Three pawns, by Bill Thomas (William 
Grady Thomas) 31 1. A screenplay. 
© William Grady Thomas; 7Jul64; 
DU60632. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



GULL ON A CRUDDY ROOK, by G. W. Paul. 
87 1. A play in 2 acts. © George W. 
Paul; 27Aug64; DU61044 . 

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS, A VOYAGE TO LILLI- 
PUT, by Zoaunne M. Henrlot. 32 1. 
Dramatic adaptation, based on 
Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels. 
© Zoaunne M. Henriot; 20Aug64; 
DU60895. 



GUN FIGHT OVER A PATCH OF HAY, an 

original story written & adapted for 
television, by Phil Martin, pseud. 
of Felix Martinez. 32 1. 
S Felix Martinez; 17Jul64; DU6086I . 

GUNSMOKE. See 

CAT'S PAW MOUNTAIN. 

GUNSMOKE: THE SECOND HANDER, by Dexter 
C. McDonald. 4l 1. A television 
script. © Dexter C. McDonald; 
l4Jul64; DU60665. 

A GUST OF WIND, by Eugene Guccione. 
19 1. A play. © Eugene Guccione; 
27Aug64; DU61042. 



H 



H IS FOR HAUNTED, a comedy in three 
acts by Arlene Leddy (Willa Mae 
Westwood, pseud.) 145 1. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Arlene Leddy; 
31Aug64; DU61076. 

HAHNEMANN MEDI-DISC. See 

ANXIETY IN. GENERAL PRACTICE. 
DIABETES MELLITUS. 
JAUNDICE. 
PEPTIC ULCER. 
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS. 
UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL BLEEDING. 

HAIL TO THEE, JOHAN HEINRICH PESTALOZZI 
JUNIOR-SENIOR UNIFIED HIGH SCHOOL 
DISTRICT. See 
THE HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT. 

THE HAIR OF THE DOG, a comedy in three 
acts & one setting by Rowland Posey 
(Charles Rowland Posey) 1 v. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Charles 
Rowland Posey; 2Dec64; DU61797 . 

HALF A MARRIAGE; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Elsie Bennett. 31 1. © Elsie Bennett; 
200ct64; DU61458. 

HALF A POUND OF TEA. (The comic saga of 
Chester Jones) By Jerry L. Crawford. 
88 1. A play in three acts. © Jerry 
L. Crawford; 17Sep64; DU61191. 



HALF BRIGHT SCHOLAR. 
KINDRED SPIRITS. 



See 



HALOES AND SPOTLIGHTS, a farce in three 
acts by John O'Donnell. 1 v. 
© John O'Donnell; 6jul64; DU60587. 

HAM AND ALEX, a play for television by 
David & Sharon Dozer. 32 1. © David 
Dozer & Sharon Dozer; 150ct64; 
DU61403. 

HAMLETAS, DANIJOS PRINCAS; tragedija by 
W. Shakespeare; verte Alfonsas Nyka 
Niliunas. 200 p. © Alfonsas Nyka- 
Niliunas; 15Sep64; A717354 . 

HAMMELL THEORY OF METAPHYSICS, by Andre 
Hammell, pseud, of Betty Sue Hudspeth. 
11 1. © Betty Sue Hudspeth; 17Aug64: 
C16984. 



THE HAMPDEN FLAG, by William Dealtrey. 
101 1. A screenplay in 3 acts. 
© William Dealtrey; 19Nov64; DU61691. 



A HANDFUL OF BERGAMOT, a play in one 
act & four tableaux by Seymour Fiddle. 
15 1. © Seymour Fiddle & Adele 
Fiddle; 30Nov64; DU61770. 



A HANDFUL OF MIST, by Frank Fowler. 
22 1. A play. © Frank Fowler; 
30Nov64; DU61775. 

A HANDY GIRL TO HAVE AROUND; or, A win- 
ter of content; or, It's empty again, 
the gum-ball machine next to the lop- 
sided loveseat. A three act comedy 
by Bernard Sabath. 1 v. © Bernard 
Sabath; l4Sep64; DU61184. 



HANNIBAL UND SCIPIO. 
ALFRED DER GROSSE 
SCIPIO. 



See 
HANNIBAL UND 



HANS OFFE AND THE MAGIC PAINTBRUSH, a 
new musical for children. Book, music 
& lyrics by Harvey L. Snyder. 1 v. 
2 acts. ©Harvey L. Snyder; 13Aug64 ; 
DU60968. 



HANSEL AND GRETEL, a musical play in 
two acts, by Jean & Anita Kietzman. 
1 v. © Jean Kietzman & Anita Kietz- 
man; 90ct64; DU61381. 

HAPPILY EVER AFTER, by Richard Alfred 
Cave. 48 1. A play in 4 scenes. 
© Richard Alfred Cave; 28Aug64 ; 
DU61046. 



HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE WHOLE WORLD EXCEPT 
ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL; or, The man 
with the red necktie. A comedy in 3 
acts by Bernard Sabath. 1 v. © Ber- 
nard Sabath; l4Sep64; DU6II85. 

HAEOLD, a comedy in two acts by Herman 
Raucher. New York, S. French. 85 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Next Wiley 
Gibberson, 29Dec59, DU50182. NM: revi- 
sions & additions. © Herman Raucher; 
l4Nov63; DP5499. 

HAROLD T. BECKER, by Fred Felrsteln. 
50 1. A play in one act, four scenes. 
© Fred Felrsteln; 29Dec64; DU6197I. 

A HARVARD MAN, by Nancy Fales (Nancy 
Fales Martin) 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Nancy Fales Martin; 30Dec64; DU61981. 

HASZO KORRIDOR; sztuka w trzech aktach 
by Janusz Rychlewski. Warszawa, 
Ludowa SpoXdzielnia. 109 p. (Biblio- 
teka teatr6w amatorskich) © Ludowa 
SpoXdzielnia Wydawnicza; 31Mar64 ; 
AFO-42918. 



THE HASTY KINGDOM, a play in three acts, 
five scenes, by Heddy E. Rossi. 
92 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Heddy Elizabeth Rossi; 15Jun64; 
DU6O68O. 



THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE, a drama of 
suspense in three acts, adapted for 
the stage by F. Andrew Leslie from 
the novel by Shirley Jackson. 
Dramatists Play Service. 78 p. 
© F. Andrew Leslie & Shirley Jackson; 
19Aug64; DP5464. 

THE HAWTHORNES OF HERBERT STREET, a 
play In three acts & 7 scenes by 
Rose Saffron. 107 1. © Rose Saf- 
fron; HAug64; DU60838. 



HAYMARKET, by Lewis & Joanne Koch. 
79 1. A play in 3 acts. © Lewis Z. 
Koch & Joanne Barbara Koch; 2Sep64; 
DU61098. 



HE COULDN'T SAY NO, by Charles B. 
Williams & Marcel Klauber. 38 1. 
A play. © Isabel B. Williams; 
70ct64; DU6136O. 

HE N-E-E-EVER LEAVE ME, a short play 
in six scenes by C. Lester Walker. 
Based on a story by Eugene Kinkead. 
52 1. © C. Lester Walker; 8Dec64; 
DU6183O. 



THE HEAD OF HAIR, a dark comedy by 
Allen Davis III. 80 1. 2 acts 
© Allen Davis III; 2Nov64; DU61544. 

THE HEADLONG ROSE, a play in three 
acts by Robert Readick. 1 v. 
© Robert Randall Readick; 17Dec64; 
DU61918 . 

HEART TO HEART. See 

THE COLLECTED PLAYS OF TERENCE RATTI- 
GAN. 



HEATHER AND WATTLE, a musical romance 
by Jenny Fergus McFarlane (Janet 
Watson McFarlane; lyrics & music by 
Jenny Fergus McFarlane; dialogue 
by Jean Fergus McFarlane. 2 v. 
2 acts. © Janet Watson McFarlane & 
Jean Fergus McFarlane; l6Jul64 ; 
DU60673. 

HEAUTONTIMORUMENOS . See 
THE SELF -TORMENTOR. 

HEAVEN HELP HENRY! A play in three 
acts by Lesbia E. A. Wright. 87 1. 
© Lesbia Emma Ashcroft Wright; 
7Dec64; DU61698. 

THE HEIR, a play in three acts by Neal 
Weaver. 82 1. © Neal Weaver; 
29Dec64; DU61974 . 



A HELL OF AN ANGEL, a musical fantasy 
In two acts; book by Herman Petras; 
music & lyrics by Rosalie & Tony Cal- 
abrese. 2 v. © Rosalie & Tony Cala- 
brese & Herman Petras; 24Sep64; 
DU61235. 

HELLO, DOLLYi Book by Michael Stewart; 
music & lyrics by Jerry Herman; based 
on The matchmaker, by Thornton Wilder. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. author: Stewart-Robinson, Inc., 
employer for hire of Michael Stewart. 
© Stewart -Robinson, Inc.; l6Jul64; 
DU60626 . 



HELP AND INSPIRATION IN BECOMING MASTER 
OF YOUR THOUGHTS, by Robert Nelson. 
1 v. 4 parts. © Robert D. Nelson; 
7Dec64; C17229. 

HELP ME TRIM MY CHRISTMAS TREE, a 
dramatico-musical composition by 
Pete Corso (Peter B. Corso) with Sam 
Carrino (Samual J. Carrino) & Rich 
Carrino (Richard Carrino) 3 1. 
5 acts. Book only. © Peter B. Corso & 
Samual J. Carrino; 19Aug64; DU60988. 



HENNES H0YHET MIN KONE; Lystspill I 
2 Akter 5 Bilder by Axel Kielland. 
Oslo, Aschehoug. 109 P- © Axel 
Kielland; 17Mar62; DF1727. 



HENRY IV, PART I, by William Shake- 
speare; edited by Oscar James Camp- 
bell, Alfred Rothschild, Stuart 
Vaughan. New York, Bantam Books. 



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237 p. (A Bantam classic, SC221) 
5 acts. NM: revisions & additions. 
©Bantam Books, Inc.; Uun64; A7 32077. 



HENEY IV, PART II, by William Shake- 
speare; edited by Oscar James Camp- 
bell, Alfred Rothschild, Stuart 
Vaughan. New York, Bantam Books. 
240 p. (A Bantam classic, SC222) 
5 acts. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Bantam Books, Inc.; Uun64 ; A7 32078. 



THE HERAKLES GOD, by Archibald MacLeish. 
34 1. A play. © Archibald MacLeish; 
27Nov64; DU61763. 



HERB SMITH PRACTICES A-TALKING. 1 v. 
Monolog. © Herb Smith; 24Sep64; 
C17092. 



HERCULES IN NEW YORK; original screen- 
play by Aubrey Wlsberg. 115 1. 
© Aubrey Wisberg; l6Nov64; DU61580. 



HERE COMES SANTA .CLAUS, by Joel Olian- 
sky. 3 acts. (In 3 Plays from the 
Yale school of drama. New York, 
Dutton. d. 127-209) © Joel Oliansky; 
20ct64; DP5617. 



HERE WE ARE; scenario by Grant Duay. 
92 1. © Grant Duay; 2Jul64; DP5417. 



THE HERETIC KING, by Bernard Werner. 
90 1. A play In three acts. 
© Bernard Werner; HSep64; DU61149. 

HERNANI . See 

THREE PLAYS BY VICTOR HUGO. 

THE HERO, by T. Terefenko. 35 1. 

A play in one act. © Thomas Terefenko; 
26Aug64; DU61035. 

HEROD. See 

THE PLAY OF HEROD Sc THE SLAYING OF 
THE INNOCENTS. 

HERR BIEDERMANN UND DIE BRANDSTIFTER . 
See 
THE FIREBUGS. 

HERREN OG HANS TJENERE; Skuespill I 
tre Akter by Axel Kielland. Oslo, 
Aschehoug. 119 p. © Axel Kielland; 
5Nov55; DF1728. 

HETEDHETORSZAG; masej'atek by Kerecsendi 
Kiss Marton (Martin Kerescendi Kiss) 
Toronto, Orpheus Kiadas. 160 p. 
© Martin Kerescendi Kiss; 30Sep63; 
AF21772. 

HEY YOU, LIGHT MAN! By Oliver Halley. 
2 acts. (In 3 Plays from the Yale 
school of drama. New York, Dutton. 
p. 211-303) © Oliver Halley; 20ct64; 
DP5618. 

HIATUS, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 25 1. 
A screenplay. © Elmer J. Carpenter; 
23Nov64; DU61727. 

HIGH COCKALORUM, a comedy in three acts 
by Robert Murray. Rev. Dramatists 
Play Service. 59 P> © Robert Bruce 
Murray; 23Dec64; DP5623. 

HIGH IS THE WILLOW; 3 acts by James 
Best. 1 v. A play. © James Know- 
land Best; 28jul64; DU60901. 



THE HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT; or, Hail to 
thee, Johan Heinrich Pestalozzi 
Junior-Senior Unified High School 
District. A play by Joann Bally. 
55 1- 2 acts. © Joann Bally; 
4Sep64; DU61108. 



HIGH TREASON, by John Berger, pseud, 
of Karol Krcmery. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Karol Krcmery; 190ct64; 
DU6l4l8. 

HIGHWAYS TO INDUSTRY; 13 1/2 minute 
motion picture in color, prepared 
for The Pure Oil Co. Writer: John 
Davenport. Rev. June 7, 1964. 21 1. 
120 scenes. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 10Aug64; CI6955. 



THE HILL OF NAZARETH, a play by Eloise 
Carey Bishop. New York, Pageant 
Press. 41 p. 3 acts. © Eloise 
Carey Bishop; 17Nov64; A734623. 

HINTER DEN HUGELN DAS PARADIES; Komodle 
in vier Akten von Heinz Gnade, pseud, 
of Michael Melsner. Reinbek bei 
Hamburg, Rowohlt Verlag. 110 p. 
© Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B. H. ; 24 Jan50; 
DF1749. 

HIS CROWNING INFAMY, a teleplay by 
Warren P. Langton. 48 1. © Warren 
Paul Langton; 60ct64; DU61338. 



THE HISTORIAN, a play in one act by 
Sally Ordway. 10 1. © Sally Ordway; 
2Dec64; DU61796. 



HISTORY INTO DRAMA, a source book on 
symphonic drama including the com- 
plete text of Paul Green's The lost 
colony. By William J. Free & Charles 
B. Lower. New York, Odyssey Press. 
243 p. © Odyssey Press, Inc.; 
l6Dec63; A69786I. 



HITLER; obra dramatica en dos actos de 
Gabriel Moreno-Burgos Suarez. Madrid. 
98 1. © Gabriel Moreno-Burgos 
Suarez; 22Sep64; DF0-1331. 



THE HOBBY, an original story written & 
adapted for television by C. Bernard 
Crosby. 27 1. © C. Bernard Crosby; 
8Sep64; DU61128. 



THE HOBO DOG, by E. H. Neal. Sheet. 
Oral discussion. © E. H. Neal & Greg, 
Danny, Cheri & Jo Neal; 23Sep64; 

c 17090. 



HOB'S CHOICE. Book & lyrics by June 
Barbour; music by Marjorie Murphy. 
1 v .. 3 scenes. © Marjorie M. Murphy 
& June Barbour; 2Nov64; DU61542. 



HOLLAND'S HOLIDAY; an operetta in three 
acts by Robert A. Parsons. 3 v. 
© Robert A. Parsons; l4Dec64; 
DU61880. 



HOLY METEORS, a comedy in three acts by 
Willard F. Reese. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 78 p. ©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
4Sep64; DP5514. 

HOME IS THE HUNTER, a comedy In two acts 
by Helen Maclnnes. 1st ed. New York, 
Harcourt, Brace & World. 199 P- NM: 
additions. © Helen Maclnnes; 23Sep64; 
DP5546. 

HOME OF THE BIG DEAL, television pilot; 
comedy series by Allen M. Widem & 
Patty Levaur (Patricia Beth Levaur) 
25 1. © Allen M. Widem & Patricia 
Beth Levaur; l4Sep64; DU61172. 

HOME OWNERSHIP, U. S. A.; panel dis- 
cussions for television, a public 
service program presented by Ted 
Baldwin. 5 1. © Ted Baldwin; 
20Aug64; CI6985. 



HOMECOMING; an original story written & 
adapted for television by Gene 
Emmanuel, pseud, of Eugenia Emmanuel. 
35 1. © Eugenia Emmanuel; 8Dec64; 
DU61863. 

HOMEWORK OVERDUE, by Billie Lou Watt. 
29 1. A play. © Billie Lou Watt; 
Uul64; DU60575. 

HONCHO. See 

APACHE STRONGHOLD. 



HONEY BUNNY, a dramatico-musical com- 
position. Story, words, and music 
by Benny Bell, pseud, of Benjamin 
Samberg. 6 1. © Benjamin Samberg; 
17Jul64; DP5439. 



HONEY, I'M HERE, by David Campton. 
1 v. A play in 2 parts. © David 
Campton; 13Nov64; DU6l644. 

UNA HORA DE FELICIDAD. (An hour of 
happiness) Una obra en tres actos 
escrito por Jose A. Lizard! . 1 v. 
© Jose A. Lizardi; 5Aug64; DU6079I. 



HORS AND D'OEUVRES, by Myles Jackson. 
108 1. A play in two acts. © Allen 
Myles Jackson; 13Jul64; DU6066O. 



HOSPITAL ZONE, a comedy in one act by 
Marguerite Kreger Phillips. New York, 
S. French. 25 p. Appl. author: 
Samuel French, Inc., employer for 
hire. © Samuel French, Inc.; 6Jul64; 
DP5496. 

THE HOT BREATH OF SCANDAL, by Leslie 
Stevens. 129 1. A screenplay. 
© Leslie Stevens; 2Sep64; DU60961. 



A HOT MORNING IN JULY, a one act comedy 
by Allen Davis III. 17 1. © Allen 
Davis III; 2Nov64; DU61543. 

HOTEL ON THE HILL; play in three acts 
by Philip M. Smith. 60 1. © Philip 
M. Smith; l8Nov64; DU61683. 

HOUR OF HAPPINESS. See 
UNA HORA DE FELICIDAD. 



THE HOUSE IN MICKLE STREET, a play in 
three acts by Virginia Nielson McCall 
& Benjamin Draper. 102 1. © Virginia 
Nielson McCall & Benjamin Poff Draper ; 
4Sep64; DU61109. 



THE HOUSE OF DAVID, a comedy in 3 acts 
by Otto Shafter. 1 v. NM: revisions. 
© Otto Shafter; 7Dec64; DU6l807. 



THE HOUSE ON NORTH SQUARE, a musical 
play in two acts by Eleanor Boylan 
with music by George J. Surprenant, 
Jr. 1 v. © Eleanor Boylan & George 
J. Surprenant, Jr.; 15Jun64; DU61002. 

THE HOUSEWARMING, a play in one act, 
by Paul R. Gilbert, pseud, of Gil- 
bert Ray Magee. 1 v. S Gilbert 
Ray Magee; 3Aug64; DU6078I. 



HOW AN AMERICAN POET MADE MONEY ON THE 
STOCK MARKET; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Alice Wilson. 32 1. © Alice Wilson; 
l6Nov64; DU6166O. 



HOW INDEPENDENT CAN YOU BE? A lecture 
on Christian Science by Thomas 0. 
Poyser. 20 1. (Full report, no.l) 
© Thomas 0. Poyser; 2Sep64; C17050. 



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July— Dec. 



HOW LONG THE ROAD; emancipation musical 
spectacular centennial celebration. 
Musical settings & adaptations by 
Orville Moseley (James Orville Brown 
Moseley); narrative text & dramatic 
continuity by Chestyn Everett. 30 1. 
5 parts. Book only. © Orville 
Moseley; 230ct64; DU61509. 

HOW MANY P.M.'S DO WE NEED? A dramati- 
co-musical composition by William 
Paer (Bill Paer) 2 v. © William E. 
Paer; 8Sep64; DU6113 1 *. 

HOW NOW BROWN COW, a comedy by Wayne 
Sheridan. 99 1. A play in three 
acts. © Wayne Sheridan; 30Dec64; 
DU61985. 



HOW PLEASANT IT IS TO HAVE MONEY" i An 
extravagant comedy by James Broughton. 
95 1. A play in three acts. © James 
Broughton; 2Nov64; DU61540. 

HOW THE ANIMALS DUG THEIR WELL, by Mary 
Kennedy. Based on a folk tale & 
songs from the Ndau Tribe in Portu- 
gese East Africa, collected by 
Natalie Curtis. 23 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Mary Kennedy; 260ct64; DU61411. 

HOW THE NEWSMAN LIVES, A SELF-IMAGE 
STUDY; paper by David L. Grey & 
J. Edward Gerald. 27 1. © David L. 
Grey & J. Edward Gerald; 20Aug64; 
C16992. 

TOW TO HOUSEBREAK YOUR DOG IN LESS THAN 
A WEEK. 1 v. © Colette Melville; 
150ct64; C17127- 



HOW YOU CAN HELP OTHERS, a lecture on 
Christian Science by Naomi Price. 
20 1. (Full report no. 1 *) © Naomi 
Price; l6jul64; CI6962. 



HOW'S YOUR VOCABULARY, a new television 
show by W. W. Davenport. 2 1. 
© W. W. Davenport; 2200164; C17130. 



HUCKLEBERRY FINN, a play with music in 
three short acts ... by Harrison C. 
Raper. Based on the book by Mark 
Twain. 54 1. © Harrison C. Raper; 
lDec64; DU6173 1 *. 

HUMAN CONDITION. See 
MODERN CHANCEL DRAMAS. 



HUMANITY'S LINK WITH GOD, a lecture on 
Christian Science by Geith A. Plimmer. 
19 1. (Full report, no. 4) © Geith 
A. Plimmer; 2Sep64; C17046. 

HUMULUS THE MUTE, by Jean Anoullh & 
Jean Aurenche. Translated by Michael 
Benedikt. 4 scenes. (In Modern 
French theatre. New York, Dutton. 
p. 269-277) © Michael Benedikt; 
Uul64; DP55tO. 

THE HUNZAN MUSHROOM, a play that mirrors 
and opens a window by Ninette 
Tommasaluigi Loos-Blanck, pseud, of 
Ninette Emma Blanc. 27 1. © Ninette 
T. Loos-Blanck; 120ct64; DU61365 . 



HURRAH FOR EDDIE MILLAN, a play in one 
scene by Allan Knee. 12 1. © Allan 
Knee; 28Aug64; DU61052. 



HURRAH FOR THE BRIDGE. ( 1" Que viva el 
puente!) One act play by Paul Foster, 
with an lntrod. by Sidney Schubert 
Walter. [Columbia] 94 p. Text in 
English & Spanish. Traducida por 



Carlos Patino R. NM: editorial revi- 
sion & translation. © Paul Foster; 
50ct64 (in notice: 1963); DP5553. 



HURRICANE HUTCH, a new half -hour action- 
adventure series. Teleplay: Hal Hal- 
verstadt; story: Hal Halverstadt & 
Will Hutchins, pseud, of Marshall L. 
Hutchason. 1st draft. 63 1. © Hal 
Halverstadt & Will Hutchins; 21Sep64; 
DU61266. 



A HUSBAND FOR HILDA, by Rachel F. 

Erlanger. 23 1. A play. © Rachel F. 
Erlanger; 23Sep64; DU61228. 

THE HYDROGEN JUKEBOX, a play with music 
in two acts, by Seyril Schochen; 
electronic music by Kenneth Gaburo. 
77 1. Book only. S Seyril Schochen; 
20Aug64; DU60892. 



HYSTERICAL MYSTERY, hear famous events 
that never happened; recording 
script by Lester Dresner. 1 v. 
© Lester Dresner; 24Aug64; C17022. 



I COME FROM THE WEST, a play in two 
acts by Johnson Mira, pseud, of 
Hilda R. Quentin. Lyrics by Johnson 
Mira, music by Alexander Borchardt. 
1 v. © Alexander Borchardt; 300ct64; 
DU61530. 

I HAD A LITTLE PONY; one act play by 
Hlleary Holt, pseud, of Bettie H. 
Grlswold. 49 1. © Bettie H. Gris- 
wold; 2Sep64; DU60959. 

I HAD TO REMEMBER, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Grace M. Boisey. 34 1. © Grace M. 
Boisey; 17Aug64; DU60923. 

I HAVE FOUND NO GLORY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Donald Compton Bartlett. 31 1. 
© Donald Compton Bartlett; 2Nov64; 
DU61546. 

I MISSED THE BUS. See 
PINPOINT IN SPACE. 

I RIDE ON THE WIND TO MY LOVE, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Joseph R. Szathmary. 
33 1. © Joseph R. Szathmary; 17Aug64; 
DU60922. 

I WAS A TEEN-AGE MARRIAGE COUNSELOR, by 
R. G. Walsh. 1 v. A play in three 
acts. © John Gerstad & R. G. Walsh; 
14Sep64; DU61164. 

I WAS SORELY TEMPTED. (In the wilder- 
ness) A Biblical drama by Harriet 
Lewis. 60 1. 4 acts. NM: revisions. 
©Harriet Lewis; l4Jul64; DU60664 . 

I WISH TO SPEAK OF LOVE, a ballet In 
three movements for four dancers. 
The conception for the ballet, the 
drama written by, & the costumes 
designed by Recla Orklna. 1 v. 
© Recia Orkina; 9Jul64; DU6O902. 

ICE CREAM IN THE SOUP, an original 
musical comedy for children in two 
acts. Book & lyrics by Benjamin P. 
Indick; music by Janet Indlck. 1 v. 
© Benjamin P. Indick & Janet Indick; 
HSep64; DU61153. 

IDAHO IDA OF RANCH; musical comedy 

by Louise Hope Montgomery. 45 1. 

3 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Louise 

Hope Montgomery; l8Dec64; DU61920. 



EIN IDEALER GATTE; Kom5die in vier 
Akten von Oscar Wilde. Deutsche 
Bearbeitung von Robert Glllner. 
Wiesbaden, Ahn & Simrock. 123 p. 
© Ahn & Simrock, Biihnen- und Musik- 
verlag; 10ct64; DFO-1328. 

THE IDIOT AND THE SCARECROW; ballet in 
three scenes by Gordon B. Ramsey, 
adaptation of a story entitled The 
scarecrow by Marie de Minicls. 
128 1. Orchestra score. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 26Mar63, DU57391. NM: 
additions. © Gordon B. Ramsey; 
13Jul64; DU60771- 

THE IDOL, by Mary Nofri. 22 1. A play 
in 7 scenes. ©Mary Nofri; 24Nov64 ; 
DU61959- 

IF I AM ELECTED; ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER 
DOLLAR; teleplay by Neil Cherniack & 
Charles Dunn. 64 1. © Neil Cher- 
niack & Charles Dunn; 9Jul64; 
DU60639. 

IF THE DETECTIVE CAMERA HAD NOT BEEN 
INVENTED. (If the detective camera 
had never been invented) Script & 
treatment, property of Joe Sedita & 
Richard S. Mllbauer. 1 v. © Joe 
Sedita & Richard S. Mllbauer; 
20Aug64; C16991. 



IF THIS BE MADNESS, an intimate musi- 
cal in two acts. Music by John Gil- 
bert; book by Lawrence Wyatt (Laurence 
Wyatt); lyrics by John Gilbert & 
Lawrence Wyatt. 3 v. © Laurence 
Wyatt & John Gilbert; 22Jun64; 
DU61001. 



IF YOU PLEASE, by Andre Breton & Phil- 
ippe Soupault. Translated by George 
E. Wellwarth. 4 acts. (in Modern 
French theatre. New York, Dutton. 
p. 147-173) © George E. Wellwarth; 
Uul64; DP553 1 *. 



IF YOU TELL ME THE TRUTH. 1 v. A play. 
© Elsa M. Torrens; l4Dec64; DU61887 . 

IL FAUT PASSER PAR LES NUAGES . See 
THEATRE II. 



IL RE CERVO; Oder, Die Irrfahrten der 
Wahrheit. Oper in drei Akten von 
Hans Werner Henze; Libretto nach 
Gozzi von Heinz von Cramer; Klavier- 
auszug von Heinz Moehn. Mainz, 
Schott's Sonne. 405 p. (Edition 
Schott, 5440) © B. Schott's Sohne; 
5Jun64; DFO-1321. 

ILLEGAL POSSESSION, a play in four 
acts by LeRoy Greene & Lee Fuhrman. 
1 v. NM: revision & additions. 
© LeRoy Greene & Lee Fuhrman; 
12Aug64; DU60847. 

IMAGE, INCORPORATED AND OTHER SKETCHES, 
by Mary Leckie. 1 v. 3 plays. 
©Mary Leckie; 5Feb64; DU595OI. 

IMAGES OF THE MOOR, a play in two parts 
by Frank Deason. 1 v. © Frank 
Deason; 23Dec64; DU61948. 



IMPORTANCE OF BEING DRESSED. 
THE COMRADE TROUSERS. 



See 



IN A ROOM HUNG WITH CURTAINS, a comedy 
by Bruce Kessler. 75 1- A play in 
two scenes. © Bruce Kessler; 230ct64; 
DU6l495. 



IN ALIEN FLIGHT, by Goland Ziran. 

109 1. A play in 4 parts. © Goland 
Ziran; 8Dec64; DU61832. 



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IN CRIME'S CRADLE. See 
A. AGAINST EAGLE. 

IN THE HOUSE OP MIDAS, a play in one 
act by Gary Martin. 27 1. © Gary 
A. Martin; 12Aug64; DU60849. 

( 

IN THE MAGIC CIRCLE, a fairy tale on 
tape by Dorothy Byers. 3* 1. © Dor- 
othy Byers; 120ct64; C17126. 



INTELLIGENCE. 1 v. ©William C. 
Hausle; 13Nov64; C17180. 



THE INTERIM, a play by Lee Thomas. 

43 1. © Lee Thomas; 30Dec64; DU61982. 

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS, prepared by 
Wytze Gorter for Campus World. 40 1. 
A discussion in four parts. © Campus 
World, Inc.; 28Dec64; C17262. 



IT'S ALL IN YOUR MIND. 
KINDRED SPIRITS. 



See 



IT'S ALL TOO LATE. 33 1. A play. 
©Mary Evelyn McCabe; 31Jul64; 
DU60776 • 

IT'S EMPTY AGAIN, THE GUM-BALL MACH- 
INE NEXT TO THE LOPSIDED LOVESEAT. 
See 
A HANDY GIRL TO HAVE AROUND. 



IN THE SWING OF THINGS, a dramatic 
play in three acts by Nathaniel N. 
Serper. 131 1. © Nathaniel N. 
Serper; 9Jul64; DU60638. 

IN THE WILDERNESS. See 
I WAS SORELY TEMPTED. 

INCIDENT AT VICHY, a play by Arthur 
Miller. 64 1. © Arthur Miller; 
23Nov64; DU61806. 

INDIAN GOES WEST. (Babu goes West) 
A movie script by Jagmohan S. Bakshi 
& Maria Illo. 1 v. 23 scenes. 
© Maria Illo & Jagmohan S. Bakshi; 
6Jul64; DU6O583. 



INTERURBAN, a play in three acts by 
Carl 8c Dorothy Allensworth. Drama- 
tists Play Service. 107 p. Prev. 
reg. as Count your blessings, 1946. 
NM: additions & revisions. ©Dorothy 
Allensworth 8c Carl Allensworth; 
23Dec64; DP5624 . 



THE INTERVIEW. 50 1. A play. 

© Thomas Dulack; 22Dec64; DU61941. 

INTERVIEW. See 
THREE BY THREE. 

INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY, by Robert H. 
Baker for Campus World. 60 1. A 
presentation in eight parts. © Campus 
World, Inc.; 28Dec64; C17263. 



IT'S UP TO YOU! A comedy in one act 
by Florence Aquino Kaufman. New York, 
S. French. 39 P- © Florence Aquino 
Kaufman; 6Jul64; DP5497. 



I'VE GOT YOUR NUMBER. 
FIVE SHORT PLAYS. 



See 



J 



JACK AND JILL; the story behind the 
story. Music by lone Rapp, lyrics 
by Esther Tank, piano arrangement by 
lone Rapp & Geraldine Sommerfield. 
33 1. © lone Rapp, Esther Tank & 
Geraldine Sommerfield; l6Nov64; 
DU61666. 



THE INFERNAL MACHINE AND OTHER PLAYS, 
by Jean Cocteau. Norfolk, Conn., 
J. Laughlin. 409 P- Appl. author: 
New Directions, employer for hire. 
NM: revisions & additions. © New 
Directions; 27Apr64 (in notice: 
1963); A734384. 

THE INFERNO, by Samuel A. Rulon. 

33 1. A screenplay. Based on Dante's 
Inferno as translated by Henry Words- 
worth Longfellow. © Samuel A. Rulon; 
2O0ct64; DU6l4l6. 

INHERITANCE . See 
FLOTSAM 8c JETSAM. 

THE INNER WAY, a play in three acts by 
Robert Bloomfield. 1 v. © Robert 
Bloomfleld; 6Jul64; DU60591. 



INNERVIEWS AND OUT, a play omnibus by 
Richard W. Harris. 1 v. 13 plays. 
© Richard W. Harris; 220ct64; DU61572. 



AN INTRODUCTION TO IKEBANA, by Patricia 
Swerda. 1 v. © Patricia Swerda; 
28Sep64; C17094. 

INVADERS OF THE DEEP, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Norman E. Thompson. 36 1. © Norman 
E. Thompson; 50ct64; DU61307. 

THE INVASION, by Howard Greenfield 8c 
Bill Buchanan. 3 1. A script. 
© Buchanan-Greenfield Productions, 
Inc.; l4Aug64; C16978. 

INVASION INSURANCE, by Elmer J. Carpen- 
ter. 25 1. A screenplay. © Elmer 
J. Carpenter; 23Nov64; DU61731- 

THE IRON CURTAIN CHRISTMAS, an original 
play written by John Eller. 9 1. 
3 acts. © John Eller; l8Dec64; 
DU61919- 



TACK AND THE BEANSTALK, by Joe Sutherin 
(Joseph Marshall Sutherin, Jr.) 
1 v. A play in two acts. © Joe 
Sutherin; 30Jul64; DU60685. 

JACK IN THE BOX. See 
CAPPUCINO, MON AMOUR. 

JACKPOTi A musical comedy in two acts. 
Book by Hal Rothberg (Harold Lee 
Rothberg) & Charles M. Robinson; 
music & lyrics by Charles M. Robinson. 
124 1. Book & lyrics only. © Charles 
Maxwell Robinson & Harold Lee Roth- 
berg; 7Jan65; DU61954 . 

JACOB AND ESAU, by Paula Procel (Paula 
Procel Lind) 104 1. A motion picture 
in nine scenes based on the Bible. 
© Paula Procel; 31Decb4; DU0I995 . 



IRRFAHRTEN DER WAHRHEIT. 
IL RE CERVO. 



See 



JAMES JAMERSON. 
THE ORANT. 



JANE EYRE. See 
PLAIN JANE. 



See 



INQUIRE WITHIN, a comedy In 3 acts by 
Patricia Clapp (Mrs. Edward D. Cone) 
Elmsford, N. Y., Row, Peterson. 
104 p. ©Row, Peterson & Co.; lSep6l; 
DP5480. 

THE INSEPARABLES, a musical play in 
two acts based on the life of Blessed 
Mother Seton. Book, lyrics 8c music 
by Sister Mary Carolette. 1 v. 
© Sister Mary Carolette Grote; 
24Aug64; DU61011. 

INSIDE POWER TRAINS; recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 15 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2Jul64; CI69II. 

INSIDE THE OUTSIDERS; or, Rainwater for 
everybody. Music composed by Mathleu: 
emprovised by Ann Elder & others. 
Additional material by Eugene Kadlsh 
& Eugene Troobnick; lyrics by David 
Shepherd & Omar Shapli. 32 1 . 2 acts. 
Book 8c lyrics only. © Pangloss Pub. 
Co., Inc.; l4Aug64; DU60889. 



THE INTEGRATIONISTS, by S. Lapenson. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Samuel 
Lapenson; 9Dec64; DU61865. 



IRVING, a comedy by Richard W. Magnesen. 
33 1. A play in four acts. © Richard 
W. Magnesen; 4Nov64; DU61559. 

ISLAND IN THE SOUTH. See 
THE CIRCUMSTANTIAL LIE. 



ISN'T THIS A TIME! Conceived 8c develop- 
ed by Lee Hays & Robert DeCormier; 
script by Lee Hays. 17 1. 
© Lee Hays 8c Robert DeCormier; 
27Nov64; C17179- 



IT COSTS THE CITY A LOT OF DOUGH. 
SOME HEROES OF OUR TIMES. 



See 



IT IS BETTER THIS WAY, a play in two 
parts by Primo Raddi . 101 1. 
© Primo Raddi; 21Jul64; DU60713. 

IT PAYS TO KNOW YOUR CITY; script. 4 1. 
Radio script. © Alice H. Green; 
24Sep64; C17084 . 



IT WAS THE RABBIT'S FAULT. 
A. AGAINST EAGLE. 



See 



IT'S ALL IN YOUR MIND, by William C. 
Tanner, Jr. 18 1. Lecture. 
© William C. Tanner, Jr.; 21Aug64; 
C17003. 



JAUNDICE. 21 1. 2 lectures. (Hahne- 
mann medi-disc, program VII) A 
recording script. © Silver Plastics, 
Inc.; 150ct64; C17135- 

JEAN; an original story written 8c 
adapted for television by George W. 
Williams, Jr. 34 1. © George W. 
Williams, Jr.; 9Nov64; DU61606. 

JEAN MAURY, A FRENCH REVOLUTIONIST, a 
paper prepared for the Pennsylvania 
Speech Association Convention, 1964, 
by Amelia Hoover. 5 1. © Amelia 
Hoover; 27Nov64; C17209. 

JENKINTOWN DODGE. Sheet. Commercial 
script. Appl. author: Eugene Robert 
Tanz. © Cox & Tanz Advertising 
Agency; 230ct64; C17145. 

JERRY'S NEXT TRIP; new missionary play 
by Richard Wm. Anderson. Winona 
Lake, Ind., Rodeheaver, Hall-Mack Co. 
16 p. 2 scenes. © Rodeheaver Co.; 
29Dec64; DP563O. 



THE JESSE JAMES GANG; an original 
story written 8c adapted for televi- 
sion by Norman West. 35 1- © Norman 
West; 8Dec64; DU61858. 



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July-Dec. 



JESTER OF STRATFORD, a comedy in one 

act by Rae Shirley. London, S. French. 

20 p. (French's acting edition) 

© Samuel French, Ltd.; 9Jul64; DF1743. 

JESUS AND MAUD CORKINS, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Bud Hoislngton. 31 1. 
© Bud Hoislngton; 6Jul64; DU60599. 



JET OF BLOOD, by Antonin Artaud. Trans- 
lated by George E. Wellwarth. (In 
Modern French theatre. New York, 
Dutton. p. 221-226) © George E. Well- 
warth; Uul64; DP5538. 



JIEMAND, ein pantomimischer Monolog fur 
Ulla zum Spielen von Karl Fruchtmann. 
Relnbek bei Hamburg, Rowohlt Verlag. 
54 p. ©Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 
l4Sep64; DF1737- 

JOB TRIUMPHANT, by Robert Lawler. 
18 1. A play. © Robert W. Lawler; 
7Dec64; DU61821. 

JOCASTA COMPLEX. See 
FIVE SHORT PLAYS. 

JOEY AND THE MAGIC STICK, a two act 
play for children by Margretta Scott 
Lawler. 1 v. © Margretta S. Lawler; 
22 June 1 *; DU61004 . 



JOHANN STRAUSS' DIE FLEDERMAUS; an 
English translation by Ruth & Palmer 
Quynn. 31 1. Libretto. © Ruth & 
Palmer Quynn; 3Nov64; DU61523. 



JOHN GARDNER BUICK. Sheet. Commercial 
script. Appl. author: Eugene Robert 
Tanz. © Cox & Tanz Advertising 
Agency; 230ct64; C17146. 



JOHN HENRY'S ED-JU-CATION, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Nathan H. Brown. 31 1. © Nathan 
H. Brown; 25Aug64; DU61029. 

■TOHNNY, a comedy by Don Cash. 130 1. 
A play in two acts. © Don Cash; 
24Sep64; DU61240.. 

JOURNEY TO BAHIA. (0 pagador de pro- 
messas) Diaz Gomes' Brazilian prize 
play. Adapted by Stanley Richards. 
Washington, D. C, Brazilian American 
Cultural Institute. 79 p. (Theatre 
1 series) 3 acts. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Stanley Richards & 
Diaz Gomes; 230ct64 (in notice: 1962); 
DP5589. 

JOURNEY TO BETHANY, a dramatization of 
the life of Christ, by Cecil Maiden. 
338 1. © Lor Productions, Inc.; 
17Aug64; DU60879. 



JOURNEY TO THE DAY, a play by Roger 0. 
Hirson. Dramatists Play Service. 
79 p. 3 acts. © Roger 0. Hirson; 
29Jun64; DP5435- 



THE JUDAS TESTAMENT, a play by Gordon 
Albert Holt. 56 1. 2 acts. © Gordon 
Albert Holt; 6Nov64; DU61592. 



•JUDGE THE FIGHTS; script for a tele- 
vision panel show by Charles W. Rob- 
erts. 1 v. © Charles William Rob- 
erts; 70ct64; C17119. 

JUDGES' CAVE, by I. Jaffee. 7 1. 

A play in four acts. © Ina F. Jaffee; 
l8Aug64; DU60951. 



THE JUDGMENT OF DENNY MCFADDEN, a three 
act play by John J. Meany. 107 1. 
© John J. Meany; l6Sep64; DU61188. 

THE JUDGMENT OF PARIS, a centrifugal 
farce in one act by Joseph F. Marcus. 
34 1. © Joseph F. Marcus; 6Aug64; 
DU60800 . 



A JUG OF WINE, a musical comedy in 
two acts. Book by Gail Krueger; 
music & lyrics by Homer Krueger. 
2 v. © Gail Krueger & Homer 
Krueger; 2Sep64; DU6IO87. 



THE JUGGLER, a play in one act by 
Russell Stevens. 15 1. © Russell 
Stevens; 23Dec64; DU61947 . 



THE JUGGLERS, a play in two acts, by 
Nat Esformes. 116 1. © Nat Esformes: 
5Aug64; DU60798. 

JUKEBOX, a musical comedy by Henry Clay 
Fanelli. 1 v. 12 scenes. © Henry 
Clay Fanelli; 20Nov64; DU61704. 



JUNIOR BOOT SHOPS. Sheet. Commercial 
script. Appl. author: Eugene Robert 
Tanz. © Cox & Tanz Advertising 
Agency; 230ct64; C17144. 

JUNIOR HIGH ASSEMBLY PLAYS AND SKITS, 
a collection of skits, plays, & 
specialty numbers for junior high 
school use, by Helen Starr & others. 
Minneapolis, T. S. Denison. 537 p. 
NM: additions & revisions. © T. S. 
Denison & Co., Inc.; 15Jun64; DP5573. 



THE JURY, a play in one act by H. Carl 
Kait. 11 1. © H. Carl Kait; 23Nov64; 
DP5612. 



JUST FOR VARIETY, a collection of skits, 
sketches & plays, both comic & serious 
... by Paul S. McCoy; edited by Vicki 
Lynn Powers. Row, Peterson. 90 p. 
© Row, Peterson & Co.; lSep58; 
DP5427. 



JUSTICE WITHOUT REVENGE. 
THE BRIDE FROM MANTUA. 



See 



JUVENTUD EN NUEVA YORK, por Carmen 
Hernandez Soto, adaptacion clnema- 
tografica de Lettys Fontanez. 
29 1. 40 scenes. © Carmen 
Hernandez Soto; 31Decb4; DU61998. 



K 



KALAMITATEN; Luatspiel in drei Akten 
von Alwin Woesthoff. Reinbek bei 
Hamburg, Rowohlt Verlag. 145 p. 
© Rowohlt Verlag, G.M. B.H. ; 26Dec60; 
DFI756. 

KATERINA ISMAILOVA, by Dmitri Shostako- 
vich; opera in four acts and nine 
scenes; libretto based on N. Leskov's 
story Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk 
District; English translation by Ed- 
ward Downes. Leeds Music Corp. 48 p. 
Libretto. Opus 29/114. © Leeds Music 
Corp.; 25Mar64; A7 06467. 

KAZAN, EL CAZADOR, LOS CINCO LEONES DEL 
CUMAJON; escribe de Armando Couto. 
10 1. A play. © Leandro Armando 
Couto; 28Aug64; DU60913. 



KEEP YOUR MIND ON RESEARCH, a musical 
play. Book by John Marier & others; 
music & lyrics by John Marier. 2 v. 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. as 



River Falls, the institute; DU59729. 
NM: Revisions & additions. © John R. 
Marier; 60ct64; DU61339. 



KENT FALLS, NEW ENGLAND, U. S. A. 

Sheet. Radio script. Appl. author: 
Harold Cabot & Co., Inc. © Carling 
Brewing Co., Inc. d.b.a. Carling 
Brewing Co.; 27Aug64; C17034. 

KEZDODIK ELOLROL. (Starts from begin- 
Ing) Szinmu 4 kepben by Konnyu 
Laszl6 (Leslie Konnyu) Cleveland, 
Karpat Pub. Co. 32 p. (Amerikai 
Magyar szemle, 1964) © Leslie Konnyu; 
15Jun64; A701700. 

THE KIBITZER, a story illustrating the 
Five-up domino game, by Dominie C. 
Armanino. 1 v. © Dominic C. Arman- 
ino; HAug64; C17002. 



THE KIDS CHALLENGE THE PARENTS, by 
Leonard Flom. 6 1. © Leonard Flom; 
2Jul64; C16947. 



A KILLING AT BENTLEY STATION, by 

Morton S. Shanberg & Ralph E. Loewe . 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Ralph E. Loewe 
& Morton S. Shanberg; l4Jul64; 
DU60621. 



THE KINDNESS OF SENOR SILVERAS, an 

original half hour television screen- 
play by Robert D. Fanta. 37 1. 
© Robert D. Fanta; 24Sep64; DU61237. 

KINDRED SPIRITS, a play in three acts 
by Robert T. Sloan. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as It's all in your 
mind, 17Aug50; as The half bright 
scholar, 23Nov59 Sc 21Apr60; as Kindred 
spirits, 19May64. .NM: additions & 
revisions. © Robert Tarlton Sloan; 






28Sep64; DU61249. 

KING AMUSES HIMSELF. See 
THREE PLAYS BY VICTOR HUGO. 



A KING AND NO KING, by Beaumont & 

Fletcher; edited by Robert K. Turner, 
Jr. Lincoln, University of Nebraska 
Press. 154 p. (Regents Renaissance 
drama series. General editor: Cyrus 
Hoy; Advisory editor: G. E. Bentley) 
© University of Nebraska Press; 
15Jun64 (in notice: 1963); A703201. 



THE KING OF SAI-OOM, a tragl-comic bal- 
lad which may serve as narration for 
a dance drama pantomiming elements of 
the story; words, music & performance 
suggestions by Catharine N. Fieleke. 
1 v. © Catharine N. Fieleke; 23Sep64; 
DU61212. 



THE KING OF THE THOUSAND ISLANDS; play- 
book adaptation, songs & music by 
John Marier. Based on the book by 
Claude Aubry. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© John R. Marier; I40ct64; DU61393. 

THE KING OF THE WINDS, by Theo S. Hen- 
dee. 15 1. A play in three acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Theo S. Hendee; 
l60ct64; DU61347. 

KING UBU, by Alfred Jarry. Translated 
by Michael Benedlkt & George E. Well- 
warth. 5 acts. (In Modern French 
theatre. New York, Dutton. p. 1-54) 
© Michael Benedlkt & George E. Well- 
warth; Uul64; DP5530. 

KINGDOM BY THE SEA, a tragedy in three 
acts by Norman Beim. 110 1. © Norman 
Beim; 19Nov64; DU6169O". 



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107 



KINGDOM COME, by E. A. Peyroux, Jr. 
138 1. A play in two acts. © E. A. 
Peyroux, Jr.; 6Nov64; DU61596. 



Appl. states prev. reg. DU58468. 

NM: revisions & additions. © Edward 

Dorik; 27Jun64; DP5516. 



THE LAST NIGHT OF DOUBT, a play by 
Paul Stanbery. 308 p. 5 acts. 
© Paul Stanbery; 27Aug64; DU61045 . 



A KINGDOM OF ASHES, a drama in three 
acts, by Kathlyn Gay. 6l 1. 
© Kathlyn Gay; 26Aug64; DU61034. 

THE KINGDOMS OF STOREY WAYNE, a comedy 
in three acts by Ralph Bushnell Potts. 
117 1. © Ralph Bushnell Potts; 
l4Sep64; DU61171. 



THE KING'S UGLY BRIDE, by Mary G. Cairns. 
Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama Service. 
27 p. © Pioneer Drama Service; 
15Aug64; DP5607. 



KIRSCHNER PLAN FOR FUR DEPRECIATION, 
by Samuel Kirschner Corp. 1 v. 
© Samuel Kirschner Corp.; 6Nov64; 
C17166. 



THE KITCHEN; farce by Jascha Kessler. 
47 1. A play. © Jascha Kessler; 
300ct64; DU61532. 



KLUB PICKWICKUV. See 
PAN PICKWICK. 

KNUCKLE HEAD LANE, a comedy in three 
acts, prologue, and epilogue by 
Clarence H. Shapiro & Jineane Adore, 
pseud, of Virginia Pratt. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as The proper- 
ty j 1958. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Clarence M. Shapiro & Virginia 
Pratt; 27Jul64; DU60738. 



KNUTE ROCKNE AND ALL THAT JAZZ, by 
David Larson. 77 1. A play in 2 
acts. © David Jeremy Larson; 
l6Nov64; DU61581. 



KREUZE AM H0RIZ0NT; Schauspiel in vier 
Akten von Traugott Krischke. Neu- 
fassung. Relnbek bei Hamburg, Rowohlt 
Verlag. 97 p. © Rowohlt Verlag, 
G.M.B.H. ; 5Sep59; DFI762. 



KYRIE, a new morality play by E. Jerry 
Walker. Evanston, 111., Commission 
on Promotion & Cultivation of the 
Methodist Church. 48 p. © Commission 
on Promotion & Cultivation of the 
Methodist Church; 13Jul64; DP5454 . 

KYRIE ELEISON, by Robert Courtney, 
pseud, of Robert Courtney Mettley, 
Jr. 18 1. A screenplay. © Robert 
Courtney Mettley, Jr.; 220ct64; 
DU61487. 



LABOR ECONOMICS, by John Parrish for 
Campus World. 30 1. A discussion in 
four parts. © Campus World, Inc.; 
28Dec64; C17256. 



LADIES OF HANOVER TOWER; four urban 
episodes, by Carroll O'Connor. 
1 v. 4 plays. © Carroll O'Connor; 
5Aug64; DU60795. 

LADOSHA CAPER. See 

A SENSE OF SOMETHING MISSING. 

LADY AND THE TAXI DRIVER. See 
A MELODY REMEMBERED. 



LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER; adapted by 
Edward Dorik, pseud, of Edward 
Udovich, from D. H. Lawrence's novel 
of the same title. 1 v. 2 acts. 

785-097 O - 65 - 3 



LADY IN THE TIGER. 12 1 . A play. 
© Mary Evelyn McCabe; 31Jul64; 
DU60775 • 

r.ADY OHNE KOMPLEXE. (Die Protagonistin) 
KomBdie in 3 Akten von Ray Howard, 
pseud, von Pierre BUrki . Wiesbaden, 
Ann & Simrock. 144 p. © Pierre 
BUrki; lApr64; DFO-I3O8. 

LADY POMPII. (Misscell Pompii) 

Musical comedy by L. M. R. Schmidt. 
1 v. 3 acts. Book only. © L. M. R. 
Schmidt; HAug64; DU6O762. 



LAKE CHAMPLAIN, NEW ENGLAND, U. S. A. 
Sheet. Radio script. Appl. author: 
Harold Cabot & Co., Inc. © Carling 
Brewing Co., Inc. d.b.a. Carling 
Brewing Co.; 27Aug64; C17033. 

LAMBS NUDE, a drama in two acts by Jon 
Phelps. 77 1. © Jon Phelps; 
7Aug64; DU60809. 



LAND OF LOVE; play by Joseph Geraldi. 
165 p. 3 acts. © Joseph Geraldi; 
25Nov64; DU61760. 



THE LAND OF OZ, a musical adaptation of 
L. Frank Baum's fairy tale for chil- 
dren by Dulce Odrlozola. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Dulce Odrlozola; 120ct64; DU61305. 



LAND RUSH DAYS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
0. R. Estes, Jr. 30 1. © Oscar R. 
Estes, Jr.; 25Aug64; DU61032. 



LANDLOCKED, by Carl E. Bolte, Jr. 

99 1. A play in three acts. © Carl 
E. Bolte, Jr.; 150ct64; DU61348. 



LAND'S END, POINT JUDITH, NEW ENGLAND, 
U. S. A. Sheet. Radio script. Appl. 
author: Harold Cabot & Co., Inc. 
© Carling Brewing Co., Inc. d.b.a. 
Carling Brewing Co.; 27Aug64; C17036. 



THE LARK AND THE NIGHTINGALE; story, 
book, lyrics & music by Claude B. 
Riche. 2 v.- 3 acts. © Claude 
Bernard Riche; 29Jul64; DU6O751. 

LASHANAH HABA, AH: LATER. See 
SOME HEROES OF OUR TIMES. 



THE LAST AFFAIR, a comedy, by Emmett 
Shields. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Emmett L. Shields; 8Sep64; 
DU61088. 



THE LAST BATTLE, a play in one act, by 
Elisabeth Preston Snyder. 43 1. 
NM: editorial revision & additions. 
© Elisabeth Preston Snyder; 17Aug64; 
DU60941. 

THE LAST BIG ROCK, a play in three 
acts, by Darrell Garwood. 110 1. 
© Darrell Garwood; 27Aug64; 
DU60966. 

LAST DAYS. See 

MODERN CHANCEL DRAMAS. 



THE LAST FREEDOM, a modern morality 
play in two acts by Dale W. Mark. 
69 1. © Dale W. Mark; 12Nov64; 
DU61640. 



THE LAST OF THE PEACOCKS? By J. Staf- 
ford Smith. 113 1. A play in two 
acts. © James S. Smith; 190ct64; 
DU61423. 



THE LAST SPRING, by Lular L. Carson. 

I v. A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Three lonely hearts, 
DU60635. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Lular L. Carson; 8Dec64; DU61792. 

THE LAST STEP IS THE FIRST STEP; 
recording script for Oldsmobile 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 

II 1. © Oldsmobile Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 2Jul64; 
CI6906. 



LAST TOUCH OF THE HAND; an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Eryka Raymond. 37 1. 
© Eryka Raymond; 8Dec64; DU6l843. 



LAUGH MAKER'S FROM OUTER SPACE; original 
story & script by Pauline P. Bachan. 
71 1. A play in two acts. © Pauline 
P. Bachan; 24Sep64; DU61236. 



THE LAVALIERE, a play in three acts by 
Marlon Oliver. 60 1. © Marion Oli- 
ver; 24Sep64; DU61208. 



LAVALLIERE, a drama in two acts by 

Christopher Blake. 95 1 . © Christo- 
pher S. Blake; 90ct64; DU61359. 



LAWFUL BLACKMAIL, a three-act play by 
Ira W. Cobb, pseud, of Benjamin L. 
Sokolove. 1 v. © Benjamin L. 
Sokolove; 290ct64; DU61515 . 



A LEAKY FAUCET, by Walter Joseph Corwin. 
96 1. A play in 6 scenes. © Walter 
Joseph Corwin; 2Sep64; DU61094. 



LEARN TO PLAY THE HARMONICA, by Marie 
Louise Sailer. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Marie Louise Sailer; 
12Nov64; C17176. 

LEARN TO SPEAK FLUENT BROKEN ENGLISH. 
See 

BILL PAER'S LEARN TO SPEAK FLUENT 
BROKEN ENGLISH. 

THE LEARNED LADIES. (Les femmes 
savantes) A new verse translation 
by Janet Barton Morgan of the 
original work by Moliere. 64 1. 
5 acts. © Janet Barton Morgan; 
21Dec64; DU6l8l4. 

A LECTURE COURSE IN THE ART OF LISTING 
AND SELLING REAL ESTATE; compiled by 
Chas. C. Kent. 1 v. © Chas . C. 
Kent; 13Jul64; CI6925. 

LECTURE NOTES ON THEORY OF PLASTICITY, 
by A. Mendelson. 255 1. © Alexander 
Mendelson; l8Sep64; C17131. 

LECTURE ON A UNIFIED THEORY OF 

PARAPSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY, by 

Roy Dreistadt. 19 1. © Roy Dreistadt; 

20Aug64; C16993. 

LECTURE ON THE GREAT KU KLUX KLAN CON- 
SPIRACY; or, The South's second seces- 
sion. By Walter Wilson. Based on 
his book of the same name. 11 1. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Walter 
Wilson; 20ct64; C17109. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



TECTURES ON THE REVELATION, by El Amen 
Amon Re, pseud, of John Lee Washing- 
ton. 86 1. © John Lee Washington; 
lSep64; C17006. 

THE LEFT EYE OF THE MOTHER, THE RIGHT 
EYE OF THE FATHER, a play in three 
acts by Joseph Drucker. 79 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 4Apr62, DU55144. 
NM: revisions. © Joseph Drucker; 
21Aug64; DU60872. 



LEGACY OF ROME. 
ROMAN DRAMA. 



See 



A LEGEND NAMED JOLSON; written by 
Frank Bresee. 12 1. A script. 
© Frank Bresee; 30Nov64; C17210. 



LENOX, NEW ENGLAND, U. S. A. Sheet. 
Radio script. Appl. author: Harold 
Cabot & Co., Inc. © Car ling Brewing 
Co., Inc. d.b.a. Carling Brewing Co.; 
27Aug64; C 17041. 



LIFE ETERNAL; written by Catherine 
Van Dorn (Willa Catherine Kincaid 
Van Dorn) 130 1. A play. Taken 
from the Bible & the Book of Mormon. 
NM: additions. © Willa Catherine 
Kincaid Van Dorn; 2O0ct64; DU61480. 



LIFE IN NEW YORK. 
FASHION. 



See 



LIFE IN TEXAS WITH THE INDIANS, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Bonita Roberts Lackey. 
32 1. © Bonita Roberts Lackey; 
6jul64; DU60601. 

LIFE IS A POST CARD FROM GOD CONTAINING 
ONE WORD - HELLO. See 
THREE BY THREE. 



THE LIFE OF CHRIST; written for The 
Salesians of Don Bosco by Bob Caskey. 
New Rochelle, N. Y., Salesiana Pub- 
lishers. 1 v. 2 parts. © Salesians 
of Saint John Bosco; 6Apr64; DP5431. 



THE LITTLE DUMP GIRL; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Ella Rickrode. 31 1. © Ella Rick- 
rode; 8Dec64; DU61856. 



LITTLE EMPIRES; three acts by Jay 
Gurian. 69 1. A play. © Jay 
Paul Gurian; l4Aug64; DU60871. 

THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL, an operetta in 
two acts. Based on the story by Hans 
Christian Anderson. Words & music 
by Jeanne Hallesy Myers. 31 1. 
© Jeanne Hallesy Myers; 31Aug64 ; 
DU61064 . 



LITTLE PARADISE, a play by Jacob 

Bentkover. 123 1. 3 acts. © Jacob 
Bentkover; 28Jul64 ; DU60741. 



LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD AND FRIENDS, by 
Donald Foster, pseud, of Donald John 
Schultz. 91. © Donald John Schultz; 
190ct64; DU61567. 



LEONARDO DA VINCI: THE TRAINING OF A 
YOUNG ARTIST; idea & script by Ray- 
mond S. Stites. 15 1. (Art around 
the world no. 9) © Raymond S. Stites; 
20Jul64; CI6928. 

LEROY AND THE ARK, a dangerous comedy 
by Allen Davis III. 18 1. © Allen 
Davis III; 10Jul64; DU60646. 



LES HOLLAND'S GREAT PATRIOTIC SPEECH. 
Sheet. © Lester S. Holland; 2Dec64; 
C17217. 



LET EARTH RECEIVE HER KING, by Elizabeth 
Goode Sterrett. 35 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Elizabeth Goode Sterrett; 
30Nov64; DU61697. 

LET US REJOICE, a Christmas play in 
one act by Elsie Mitchell. Sioux 
City, Iowa, Wetmore Declamation 
Bureau. 3 1. © Wetmore Declamation 
Bureau; lSep64; DP559O. 



LET'S CLEAN UP THE FIRE DEPARTMENT, by 
Dave Jacobson (David Mervin Jacobson) 
4 1. A play in one scene. © David 
Mervin Jacobson; 80ct64; C17124. 



LET'S FACE IT, a play in two acts by 
Jack Gelber. 1 v. © Jack Gelber; 
21Sep64; DU61195. 

LET'S FACE IT, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 

C. E. Fager. 34 1. © C. E. Fager; 
HAug64; DU60825. 

LET'S GO TO THE MOON; story by Terence 
K. Boyle; music & lyrics by Louise 
Samaroff; narrated by Burton Morgan. 
1 v. © Terence K. Boyle & Louise 
Samaroff; 2CAug64; DU60909. 

LETTER LINKS, by Oliver D. Knauth. 
3 1. A television script. © Oliver 

D. Knauth; 21Jul64; CI6926. 

LETTERS FROM THE LABYRINTH, by Milton 
Miron. 96 1. A play in sixteen 
scenes. © Milton Miron; l4Aug64; 
DU60868. 

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF BOWERY, an origi- 
nal story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Anthony Penco. 33 1. 
© Anthony Penco; 6Jul64; DU60602. 

THE LIFE CYCLE OF THE NORTH AMERICAN 
MONARCH BUTTERFLY, by Eileen Marie 
Tanson. 5 1. © Eileen Marie Tanson; 
28Sep64; C17132. 



LIFE UNAFRAID, a lecture on Christian 
Science by William Henry Alton. 20 1. 
(Full report, no. 2) © William Henry 
Alton; HSep64; C17062. 

LIFE'S LIKE THIS, by Adele Sharaga. 
6 1. A play. © Adele Sharaga; 
25Jun64; DU60769. 



THE LIGHT BY WHICH WE SEE, a lecture on 
Christian Science by Noel D. Bryan- 
Jones. 21 1. (Full report, no. 2) 
© Noel D. Bryan-Jones; 2Sep64; 
C17051. 



LIGHT OPERA ALBUM, a pictorial concert 
highlighting 200 years of musical 
theater. Written by Robert Wright & 
George Forrest, conceived by Edwin 
Lester. 20 1. 2 parts. © Robert 
Wright, George Forrest & Edwin Lester; 
21Dec6.4; C17242. 



LIKIMO KELIAIS. 
RASTAI, rv. 



See 



THE LIMBO TREE, a one act play by 

H. Bruce Caple. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer 
Drama Service. 20 p. © Pioneer 
Drama Service; 15Aug64; DP56OO. 



LINUS THE LIONHEARTED; record script. 
1 v. Book & lyrics only. © General 
Foods Corp.; 260ct64; C17l4g. 



LISA, QUEEN OF THE COTTON PATCH, 

an original story written & adapted 
for television by Gary Rochell & 
Jean C. Guthiel. 33 1. © Gary 
Rochell & Jean C. Guthiel; 31Aug64; 
DU6IO69. 

LISA STRATTER, by Gustave Kirsch. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Jeffrey 
Kirsch; 260ct64; DU61482. 



LISTENING, by George Loren Edwards. 
3 1. © George Loren Edwards, Sr.; 
24Dec64; C17248. 



A LITTLE BLACK LINE. 12 1. A play in 
seven scenes. Appl. author: William 
Storey. ©Moral Re-Armament; 27Aug64; 
DU61168. 



THE LITTLE CLAY CART; translated from 
the Sanskrit by J. A. B. van Buitenen. 
From the play Mrichchakatika, by King 
Shudraka. 179 1. 9 acts. © J. A. E. 
van Buitenen; 28Dec64 ; DU61892. 



LITTLE WHITE FAWN; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Catherine Eads. 31 1. © Catherine 
Eads; l6Nov64 ; DU61653. 

A LITTLE WORD OF LOVE, a play by Mark 
Dana Tremayne. 137 1. 3 acts. 
© Mark Dana Tremayne; 120ct64; 
DU61369- 



THE LITTLEST ANGEL, a Christmas play 
in one act by Patricia Gray; based on 
a story by Charles Tazewell. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 20 p. 
© Charles Tazewell; 150ct64; DP5566. 

LITURGY. See 
NOW. 



LIVE FROM LEDBETTER'S; dialogue by 
Randy Sparks (Lloyd A. Sparks) 3 1 
© Lloyd A. Sparks; 2Dec64; CI7218. 

THE LIVELY LEVTNES, by Sol Goldstein. 
17 1. A play for television. © Sol 
Goldstein; 24Nov64; DU61750. 

THE LIVING END; an original musical 

comedy in three acts. Book by Natalie 
Smolens, lyrics by Gale A. Sherman, 
music by George Goldstein. 1 v. 
© Natalie Smolens, Gale Sherman & 
George Goldstein; 210ct64; DU61471. 



LO-T'O HSIANG-TZU. 
THE RICKSHAW BOY. 



See 



LA LOCANDIERA. (The mistress of the 
inn) By Carlo Goldoni. Translated 
by Anthony W. Integlia. 1st ed. 
Pacific, Mo., Pacific Press. 103 p. 
3 acts. © Pacific Press, Inc.; 
21Jan64; DP5519. 



THE LOCKSMITH, a play in one-act by 
Sally Ordway. 12 1. © Sally Ordway; 
7Aug64; DU608O7. 

LONELY HEARTS. See 
COMEDY SHORTS I. 

THE LONELY PASSION OF JUDITH HEARNE, a 
play by Brian Moore. Based on the 
novel The lonely passion of Judith 
Hearne, by Brian Moore. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Brian Moore; 28Sep64; DU61255. 

THE LONESOME LITTLE SHOE, a play in one 
act by Anne Coulter Martens; based on 
the Eugene Field story. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 27 p. © Anne 
Coulter Martens; 24Augb4; DP5491. 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



109 



THE LONG LIFE, a play in one act by 
Mike Davidow (Michael Davidow) 34 1- 
© Michael Davidow; 20Jul64; DU60970. 

THE LONG LONG BANK ROBBERY, an original 
screenplay by Chilton Ryan. 136 1. 
© Gerald Productions, Inc.; 5Aug64; 
DU60910. 

THE LONG SLEEP; or, Oh dear, I missed 
the commercial; A farce-fantasy In 
two acts by Eileen Woodward. 39 1. 
©' Eileen Woodward; 3Sep64; DU6IIO5. 

LOOK OUT! MR. MOON, a musical comedy in 
three acts; dialogue & songs by Law- 
rence H. Jonas. 1 v. © Lawrence H. 
Jonas; l6Sep64; DU6ll6l. 



THE LOPOTKIN INHERITANCE, a comedy in 
two acts by Vassill Gregorovich 
Smirnov, pseud, of L. du Garde Peach. 
London, S. French. 66 p. (French's 
acting edition) © L. du Garde Peach; 
19Nov63; DF1740. 



LORD, DON'T LET ME DOWN, by Donna Veale. 
Sheet. Recitation with music. 
© Peach Music; 50ct64; C17134. 

LORENZACCIO, by Alfred de Musset; 
translated by Gerald Horn. 1 v. 
A play in 5 acts. © Gerald Horn; 
29Jul64; DU60753. 



LOST COLONY. See 
HISTORY INTO DRAMA. 

LOST DOG, a one act opera for children. 
Libretto by Arnold Falleder. 6 1. 
3 scenes. Libretto only. ©Arnold 
Falleder; 3Aug64 ; DU60967 . 



LOTHARIO, THE GAY SEDUCER, an old 
fable renovated; a play in three 
acts, by Irving Shaw, pseud, of 
William C. Shaw. 101 1. © William 
C. Shaw; 13Jul64; DU60654. 



LOTS OF OLD PEOPLE ARE REALLY GOOD FOR 
SOMETHING, a comedy in one act by 
E. P. Conkle. New York, S. French. 
13 p. © Samuel French, Inc.; 29Apr64; 
DP5503. 



LOUDEST NOISE IN THE WORLD, a play in 
two acts by Vincent Williams. 113 1. 
© Vincent Williams; 17Jul64; DU60699. 



LOVE AMONG THE ARTISTS, by George 
Bernard Shaw. 1 v. Acts 1 & 2 of 
a musical play in 6 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Adapted from the novel 
of the same name. © Ann Chornesky & 
Estate of George Bernard Shaw; 
280ct64; DU61477. 



LOVE AND KISSES, a comedy by Anita 

Rowe Block. Dramatists Play Service. 
94 p. 3 acts. © Anita Rowe Block; 
2Jul64; DP5420. 

LOVE AND MARRIAGE. 3 1. Recording 
script. © Walter E. McGinn, Jr. & 
Irvin E. Cole; 20Jul64; C17007. 



LOVE BEATS PAINTING; book, music & 
lyrics by Milt Rudolph & Angelo 
Badalamenti. 86 1. A play in two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Milt Angelo & Angelo Badalamenti; 
27Jul64; DU60691. 

THE LOVE BUFF, a three act play by 
James H. Tuttle . 1 v. © James 
Henry Tuttle; 22Dec64; DU61938. 



LOVE COUNTRY STYLE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Joanna J. Lokay. 33 1. © Joanna J. 
Lokay; 50ct64; DU61317. 

LOVE FINDS ITS WAY; drama in three acts 
by Harry Kalmanowich in collabora- 
tion with Sol Goldstein. 66 1. 
© Harry Kalmanowich & Sol Goldstein; 
31Aug64; DU61074. 



LOVE FOREVER. 58 1. A screenplay. 

© William Richardson; 120ct64; DU61306. 



LOVE, GREEK STYLE, by Constantine 
Soloyanis & Joel M. Reed. 131 1. 
A screenplay. © Constantine 
Soloyanis & Joel M. Reed;. HDec64; 
DU61875 • 



LOVE LOST AND LOVE REGAINED, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Marty Rog. 32 1. © Marty Rog; 
17Aug64; DU60948. 



LOVE OUT OF TOWN, a comedy in three acts 
by William McCleery. New York, 
S. French. 78 p. ©William McCleery; 
19Jun64; DP5498. 



THE LOVE-SLAVE, a one-hour television 
script by H. B. Amacker. 44 1. 
3 acts. © Harmond Burns Amacker; 
2Dec64; DU61795. 



LOVE WINS OUT, a farce; one act opera 
by Arthur Stern. 21 1. Libretto. 
© Arthur Stern; 12Nov64; DU61568. 



LOVELIEST LIONESS IN THE WORLD. 
MISS LEONA LION. 



See 



A LOVELY DAY FOR A PICNIC, by Shirley 
Slater. 14 p. A play. © Shirley W. 
Slater; 90ct64; DU61357. 



LOVERS CLUB, a romantic phantasy in 
three acts by Vladimir B. Grinioff . 
1 v. © Vladimir B. Grinioff; 
21Jul64; DU60682. 

THE LOVERS' GOSPEL, by N. H. Barbour. 
1 v. A play in four acts. With 
music. S N. H. Barbour; l4Aug64; 
DU60891 . 



LOVERS IN MARS, a musical comedy in two 
acts. Script & lyrics by Lucile 
Palmer (Lucile Palmer McMillan) music 
by Richard Froeber. 1 v. Based on 
the book of the same title. NM: 
additions & revisions. ©Richard 
Froeber & Lucile Palmer; 12Jan65; 
DU61958. 

LOVE'S WAY IS ALL WAYS, a dramatico- 
musical by W. Edwin Ver Becke. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Prev. reg. as Star in your heart, 
D6OI87. NM: additions & revisions. 
© W. Edwin Ver Becke; 28Jul64; 
DU6O683. 



THE LOVING CUP, by Boyd & Helen Innes. 
57 1. A screenplay. © Boyd & Helen 
Innes; 7Dec64 ; DU61820. 



LUCK ISN'T EVERYTHING; original comedy 
by Sol Goldstein. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Sol Goldstein; 230ct64; DU61498. 

LA LUMIERE NOIRE; piece en deux actes 
de Claude Andre Puget et Pierre Bost . 
198 1. © Claude Andre Puget & Pierre 
Bost; 190ct64; DU61444. 



THE LUST OF LEONARD LECHINGLEER; a 
melodramatic history of the life & 
times of that notorious & Ignoble 
personage with book, music & lyrics 
by David Davenport pseud, of David 
Davenport Korfhage & Garrison Shade, 
pseud, of Roger K. Victor. 1 v. 
4 acts. © David Davenport Korfhage j 
Roger K. Victor; 10Jul64; DU60645 . 



LYRICAL WITH LETTUCE, a musican comedy 
in three acts & several scenes by 
Richard Tlernan, Jean Rikhoff & Kam 
Tlernan. 33 1. Book only. © Richard 
L. Tlernan; 7Dec64; DU61786. 



M 



MCCARTHY, by Henry C. Mayer. 1 v. A 
play in 5 acts. © Henry C. Mayer; 
30Nov64; DU61813. 



MACHIAVELLI: THE LION AND THE FOX. 
By Jon Shepodd. 64 1. A play in 
two acts. © Jon Shepodd; 80ct64; 
DU61350. 



THE MACHINE. 40 1. A play in 3 parts. 
© Paul W. Elliott; 8Sep64; DU61131. 



THE MACHINE'S LAW, written by David R. 
Price & Charles S. J. Reichert . 17 1. 
A play in one act. © David Robinson 
John Price & Charles Steven Joseph 
Reichert; 60ct64; DU61335. 



A MAD TEA PARTY, a comedy in three acts 
by Allan Knee. 1 v. © Allan Knee; 
28Aug64; DU61050. 

MADEMOISELLE YVETTE, by Irving M. 
Cohen. 108 1. A musical play in 
10 scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Irving 
Morton Cohen; 24Aug64; DU60877. 



MAGIC BASKET. 
THE STAR. 



See 



THE MAGIC CIGAR, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Lenke & Julius Pakozdi. 33 1. 
© Lenke & Julius Pakozdi; 8Sep64; 
DU61126. 



THE MAGIC COUNTDOWN, by Cavu Williams, 
pseud, of Mary Ellen Williams. 
97 1. A play in three acts. 
© Mary Ellen Williams; 6Jul64; 
DU60586. 

MAGIC MOUNTAIN. See 

THOMAS MANN'S THE MAGIC MOUNTAIN. 



MAGIC ON MAIN STREET, a one-act play 
for six women by Olive Price . 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson. 22 p. 
© Row, Peterson & Co., whose present 
corporate name is Harper & Row. Pub- 
lishers, Inc.; lSep45; DP5558. 



THE MAGIC RING, a children's musical 
in one act. Book & lyrics by Didian 
Goldberg; music by James Donenfeld; 
story suggested by A. P. Gannes. 
Brooklyn, Dee Gee Publishers. 16 p. 
© Dee Gee Publishers; 190ct64; DP5567 . 

THE MAGIC SHOES, by Bernlce B. Daines. 
32 1. A play in three acts. 
© Bernice B. Daines; 260ct64; DU61502. 

THE MAGNIFICENT CLIMAX; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Marion H. Chadwick. 32 1. 
©Marion H. Chadwick; 9Nov64; 
DU61607 . 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



THE MAGNIFICENT CUCKOLD, a play in 
three acts by Fernand Crommelynck; 
translated from the French by Marnix 
Gijsen, pseud, of Jan Albert Goris. 
1 v. © Jan Albert Goris; l6Jul64; 
DU60672 . 

MAHOMET, THE PROPHET; or, Fanaticism. 
A tragedy in five acts by Voltaire. 
Translated, with an introd., by 
Robert L. Myers. New York, F. Ungar 
Pub. Co. 62 p. (Milestones of 
thought) NM: translation & introd. 
© Frederick Ungar Pub. Co., Inc.; 
4Sep64; DP5622 . 

THE MAIDEN'S REVENGE, by Edith B. Heiser. 
27 1. A play in three acts. 
© Edith B. Heiser; 17Aug64; 
DU60942. 

THE MAIN CHANCE; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Lelia Lavine Quihuis. 33 1. © Lelia 
Lavine Quihuis; 8Dec64; EU61855. 



MAKE ME BEAUTIFUL, a comedy by Albert 
Olivieri. 1 v. 3 acts. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Albert Olivieri; 
10Nov64; DU61625. 



MAKE SMALL THE MOUNTAIN, by Orin 

Borsten. 112 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Orin Borsten; 24Aug64; DU61010. 



MAKE US TRULY GRATEFUL, a choric drama 
by Hazel Moseley. Sioux City, Iowa, 
Wetmore Declamation Bureau. 3 1. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Wetmore 
Declamation Bureau; lSep64; A729167 . 



MAKE WAY FOR THE MIDDIES, a musical 
comedy by Alexander Panas. l4l 1. 
3 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Alex- 
ander Panas; 9Jul64 ; DU60624 . 



THE MAKING OF MALCOLM; or, A funny 
thing happened to me on my way down 
the primrose path. A two act farce 
by Gwen A. Symons. 1 v. With music. 
Book & lyrics only. © Gwen A. Symons; 
7Dec64; DU61702. 



MALE, FEMALE, 
NOW. 



NEUTER. See 



MAMA'S BABY, by H. M. Gibbs. 29 1. 
A play in one act. © Henry M. Gibbs; 
29Jun64; DU60613. 



MAN AND BOY, by Terence Rattigan. Lon- 
don, H. Hamilton. 101 p. 3 acts. 
©Terence Rattigan; 30Jan63; DF1734. 



MAN AND SUPERMAN. 
TRY IT ONCE. 



See 



MAN BETTER MAN, by Errol Hill. 3 acts. 
(In 3 Plays from the Yale school of 
drama. New York, Dutton. p. 25-125) 
© Errol Hill; 20ct64; DP5616. 



THE MAN IN THE MOON, a fantasy by Alan 
Cullen. Anchorage, Ky., Children's 
Theatre Press. 80 p. 3 acts. 
© Children's Theatre Press; 10ct64; 
DP5528. 

MAN UNLIMITED, a lecture on Christian 
Science by William Henry Alton. 19 1. 
(Full report, no.l UY) © William 
Henry Alton; 2Sep64; C17054. 



THE MAN WHO DIED, adapted by Geraldlne 
Lust from the novella by D. H. Law- 
rence. 4-3 1. A play in two acts. 
© Geraldine Lust; 28jul64; DU6O687. 



THE MAN WHO KILLED TIME, a play in 

three acts by Arthur Fauquez. Trans- 
lation by Margaret Leona & Marie 
Louise Roelants; foreword by Esme 
Church. Cloverlot, Anchorage, Ky., 
Children's Theatre Press. 60 p. 
© Children's Theatre Press; 6Aug64; 
DP5440. 

A MAN WHO SAID, THIS IS A MAN, by 

Miles G. W. Phillimore. Draft no.l. 
1 v. A play in four acts. © Miles 
G. W. Phillimore; 5Aug64; DU60905. 

MAN WITH THE RED NECKTIE. See 

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE WHOLE WORLD 
EXCEPT ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL. 



MANAGEMENT OF THE ALCOHOLIC PATIENT; 
prepared by World Wide Medical News 
Service. 1 v. (Roche record: 
Psychiatric consultation no. 3) A 
recording script. © Hoffmann-La Roche, 
Inc.; 12Nov64; C17178. 



MANILA LIBERATION; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Anna Pokropivny. 30 1. © Anna 
Pokropivny; l6Nov64; DU61657 . 



MANOMET, MONUMENT PONDS, I783; by Dora 
Boiteau Franc. 1 v. A play in three 
acts. © Dora Boiteau Franc; l8sep64; 
DU61192. 



MANOR MOUNTAIN; or, Old mountain dew. 
A play in two acts by Jim Turner 
(James F. Turner, Jr.) 31 1. © James 
F. Turner, Jr.; 10ct64; DU61281. 

MAN'S A MAN. See 

BAAL, A MAN'S A MAN AND THE ELEPHANT 
CALF. 



MAN'S BEST FRIEND, by Thomas Erskine 
Smith. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Thomas Erskine Smith; HJan65; 
DU61956. 



MANUSCRIPT FOR LECTURES ON FUNCTIONAL 
WIRING; IBM 407 & 402. 1 v. 
© Lewis Robins; 26Aug64; C17027. 

MANUSCRIPT FOR LECTURES ON FUNCTIONAL 
WIRING; IBM 514, 548 & 085. 1 v. 
© Lewis Robins; 26Aug64; C17026. 

MAPLE LEAF, a barbershop musical in 
two acts by Edward Caffrey. 57 1. 
Book only. © Edward Caffrey; 
lDec64; DU61695 . 



MARIA, a play in eight scenes by Isaak 
Babel. Translated from the Russian 
by Michael Helm Berman. 52 1. 
© Michael Helm Berman; 5Jan65; 
DU61905 . 



THE MARK OF CAIN; or, The express was 
too fast for Vinnie Edwards. A new 
play by A. A. Bernstein. 92 1. 
38 scenes. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Albert A. Bernstein; 60ct64; 
DU61808. 



MARRIAGE WHEEL, a comedy in three acts 
by Joel Climenhaga. New York, 
S. French. 89 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 31Dec63; DP5493. 

MARTYRDOM OF BISHOP FORD. See 

THE RED PAGODA: THE MARTYRDOM OF 
BISHOP FORD. 



MARY LOU, a play in one act by Lars 
Forssell. Translated by Harry G. 
Carlson. 37 1. © Harry G. Carlson; 
l8Nov64; DU6163O. 



THE MASK OF EVIL, by Bob Ward (Robert 
Spelman Ward) 101 1. A screenplay. 
© Robert Spelman Ward; 12Aug64; 
DU60845 . 

EIN MASKENBALL. (Un Ballo in Maschera) 
Von Giuseppe Verdi. Oper in drei 
Akten von. .Antonio Somma, neue 
deutsche Ubersetzung von Joachim; 
Popelka & Georg C. Winkler . . . 
Klavierauszug mit deutschem & 
italienischem Text nach dem Autograph 
der Partitur revidiert von Mario 
Parenti. No.130292. Milano, Ricordi. 
283 p. Vocal score. © G. Ricordi & 
C, S.P.A.'j 15Jul64; DF1745 . 

THE MASQUE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Rosemary 
J. Thomas. 32 1. © Rosemary J. 
Thomas; 25Aug64; DU61030. 

MASTER SKYLARK^ See 

THE SKYLARK OF STRATFORD. 



THE MASTERS, a play by Ronald Millar. 
Based on the novel by C. P. Snow. 
London, S. French. 87 p. (French 
acting edition) 3 acts. © Ronald 
Millar; 21May64; DF1741. 



A MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN, a comedy by Gene 
& Connie Erger (Eugene M. Erger & 
Constance Erger) 40 1. A play in 
three acts. © Gene Erger & Connie 
Erger; l8Sep64; DU61194. 



MATCHMAKER. See 
HELLO, DOLLY; 

A MATTER OF DEGREE, a play in three 
acts by R. D.' Elser. 1 v. © R. D. 
Elser; l8Nov64; DU61688. 



A MATTER OF FAMILY, by Leonard Boyer. 
118 1. A play. © Leonard Boyer; 
120ct64; DU61371. 



A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH, a drama in 
three acts by Sylvia Semmler Thomas. 
88 1. © Sylvia Semmler Thomas; 
50ct64; DU61324. 

A MATTER OF POSITION, a play by Elaine 
May. 1 v. 3 acts. © Elaine May; 
31Aug64; DU61060. 



MATTY AND THE MORON AND MADONNA, a play 
by Herbert Lieberman. New York, 
Hill & Wang. 89 p. (A Spotlight 
dramabook) 3 acts. © Herbert Lieber- 
man; 2Mar64; DP5459. 

MAUNDY THURSDAY LAST SUPPER DRAMATIZA- 
TION; prepared by Bud C. Wilder. 
12 1. © Bud C. Wilder; 15Sep64; 
DP5518. 



MAURRO AND THE RAGPICKER, by Norman 
Graham. 120 1. A screenplay. 
© Delcap Productions, Inc.; 27Aug64; 
DU61433. 



MAY DAY! A comedy by Samuel Barry, 
pseud, of Scott McKay. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Samuel Barry; Uun64; DP5398. 

MAY I? A drama in three acts by Carole 
Love. 1 v. © Carole N. Love; 17Sep64: 
DU61190. 



ME, TORSO, a musical. Book by Bill 
Pugsley, music by Lloyd Swift, 
lyrics by Lloyd Swift & Rick Davis. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Lloyd J. G. Swift & 
Bill Pugsley; l40ct64; DU61392. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



in 



MEADOW OP BROTHERLY LOVE. By Roy 
S. Wilcox. 12 1. A play in one 
scene. © Roy S. Wilcox; 13Aug64; 
DU60854. 

THE MEDDLER, by Jerome M. Goldman. 

62 1. A screenplay. © Jerome Marvin 
Goldman; l8Nov64; DU61686. 

MEDICAL ASSISTANT LESSON NO 24 69 1 
5 parts. A recording script. 
Cl6920 6r Academy ' Inc - 6jul64; 

MEDICAL ASSISTANT LESSON NO. 25. 67 1. 
5 parts. A recording script. 
© Career Academy, Inc.; 6Jul64 : 
CI6919. 

MEDICAL ASSISTANT LESSON NO. 26. 66 1 
©Career Academy, Inc.; 2Sep64; 
C17057. 

MEDICAL ODDITIES; radio & television 
script by Samuel Klein. Sheet. 
© Samuel Klein; l4Aug64; CI6979. 

THE MEDITERRANEANS; an original screen- 
play by Philip Ivory. 151 1. 
©Gerald Productions, Inc.; l6Dec64 • 
DU61910. 



MEET MR. DAK, PIRATE. 
CRUISE SHIP. 



See 



THE MEETING, by Myron Levoy. 35 1. 
A play. © Myron Levoy; 150ct64; 
DU61405. 

MEETING AT NIGHT. See 

THE DREAM AND THE PROMISE. 

A MELODY REMEMBERED; or, The lady and 
the taxi driver. By Countess Lydia 
Tolstoy. 17 1. A screenplay. 
DU6l45i eSS Lydla Tolst °y> 200ct64; 



MELUSINE, a play in four acts by Yvan 
Goll. Translated by Arthur S. 
Wensinger & Clinton J. Atkinson. 
89 1. © Arthur S. Wensinger & Clinton 
J. Atkinson; 28Dec64; DU61967 . 

MEN AND MONEY. 1 v. © Future Planning 
Co.; 27Jul64; CI6939. 

MEREDITH, NEW ENGLAND, U. S. A. Sheet. 
Radio' script. Appl. author: Harold 
Cabot & Co., Inc. © Car ling Brewing 
Co., Inc. d.b.a. Carllng Brewing Co.; 
27Aug64; C 17031. 



THE MERRY MONARCH. (Charles II) A 
musical comedy in two acts by Jim 
Baines & Bobby Joyce Smith. 8l 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Jim Baines & 
Bobby Joyce Smith; 25Nov64; DU61739. 

THE MERRY MONKS OF CROYLAND, a play 
for Christmas. Text: James Fisher- 
Northrop, music: Donald Rock. 
16 1. © James Fisher-Northrop; 
27Nov64; DU61811. 

MERVIN ANONYMOUS, a play by Rita Hassan 
Blue. 1 v. © Rita Hassan Blue; 
24Sep64; DU61238. 



MESSALINA, by Irving Shaw, pseud, of 
William C. Shaw. 165 1. A screen- 
play. © William C. Shaw; I60ct64; 
DU61407. 

THE METAMORPHOSIS, a new play in three 
acts by Maria Ley-Piscator, adapted 
from the story by Franz Kafka. 
1 v. © Maria Ley-Piscator; 23Jul64; 
DU6O675 • 



METS TO YOU. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Robert Hastings Perry; 2Nov64; 
CI7156. 

MI VERDADERA MADRE; drama en tres actos 
de Lettys Fontanez, pseud, de Carmen 
Leticia Hernandez. 1 v. © Carmen 
Leticia Hernandez; 10Sep64; DU6ll40. 

A MIDNIGHT CLEAR, a Christmas play in 
one act by Anne Coulter Martens. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 26 p. 
©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 4Sep64; DP5490. 

MIDNIGHT MONKEY BUSINESS, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Edith E. Harris. 32 1. © Edith 
E. Harris; 17Aug64; DU60926. 

MID-SUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. See 
BABES IN THE WOOD. 

MIGLOSE. See 
RASTAI, V. 



MIKEY AND NICKY, a play by Elaine May. 
53 1. 15 scenes. © Elaine May; 
HAug64; DU60832. 



MILE-END, a play in 3 acts by Pamela 
Lengyel. 57 1. © Pamela Lengyel; 
27Aug64; DU61040. 

THE MILK TRAIN DOESN'T STOP HERE ANY- 
MORE, by Tennessee Williams. Rev. 
acting ed. Dramatists Play Service. 
90 p. 6 scenes. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Two Rivers Enterprises, 
Inc.; HSep64; DP5475 . 

MILLION TO ONE SHOT, by Bill Nelson 

(Oscar William Nelson, Jr.) & Joy Mill 
wood, pseud, of Judith Milske. 
65 1. A play in 3 acts. © Oscar 
William Nelson, Jr.; 28Dec64 ; DU61968. 

MILLIONAIRE'S WIFE WITH FOUR MEN IN 
HER LIFE; an original story written 
8= adapted for television by Dorothy 
Mae Priester. 38 1. © Dorothy Mae 
Priester; 190ct64; DU61427. 



MINDAUGO MIRTIS. 
RASTAI, V. 



See 



LEMINOTAURE; un acte de Marcel Ayme 
64 1. © Marcel Ayme; 20Jul64; DU60987 . 

THE MIRACLE OF THE MAGAZINE MAN, a 

fable from the Bronx, a play in three 
parts by Jerome Kass. 121 1. 
© Jerome Kass; 120ct64; DU61363. 

THE MIRROR-WARDROBE ONE FINE EVENING, 
by Louis Aragon. Translated by 
Michael Benedlkt. 1 act. (In Modern 
French theatre. New York, Dutton. 
p. 175-195) © Michael Benedikt; 
Uul64; DP5535. 



MISCELL POMPII. 
LADY POMPII. 



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MISERABLE WAIFS EMIGRATION, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Dombasle Farebute, pseud, of 
Elzie Honeycutt. 31 1. © Elzie 
Honeycutt; 17Aug64; DU60943. 

MISS KATE; words & music by Billy Edd 
Wheeler. Sheet. Recitation. 
© Quartet Music, Inc. & Butterfield 
Music Corp.; l8Nov64; C17164. 



MISS LEONA LION. (The loveliest lioness 
in the world) Book by Lila Levant, 
music & lyrics by Frank Wille. 1 v. 
© Lila Levant & Frank Wille; 290ct64 ; 
DU61518. 



MISS PEABODY'S WORLD; adventure the 
first, by Travilla Deming. 
21 1. A play. © Travilla Deming; 
5Aug64; DU60793. 



MISSING SPONSOR CONTEST. 3 1. Radio 
script. © WWDC, Inc.; lSep64; 
C17045. 

MR. BOTH COMES TO TOWN, by Richard 

Stanton Rimanoczy & Howard A. Harkavy. 
20 1. A play. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Mr. Both invites you down the 
Pathway to Plenty. © American Econom- 
ic Foundation; 19Jun64 ; CI6915 . 

MR. BOTi "■"TTES YOU DOWN THE PATHWAY 
TO PI See 
MR. ES TO TOWN'. 

MR. DEv. a comedy by Caesar Dunn. 
1 v. A play in three acts. © Caesar 
Dunn; 150ct64; DU61436. 

MR. GALLION'S SCHOOL, a full-length 
play dramatized by Anne Coulter Mar- 
tens from the book by Jesse Stuart. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 85 p. 
© Jesse Stuart; 17Sep64; DP5482. 

MR. NOBODY, a musical play in two acts 
by Sidney Ted Loupus. 1 v. Book only. 
© Sidney Ted Loupus; l6Sep64; DU61220. 

MISTER NOBOBY, by William Kranz. 28 1. 
A play in seven scenes. Book & lyrics 
only. © William Kranz; 230ct64; 
DU61494. 



MR. PINK STRINGS ALONG, by Janet 
Loring. 25 1. A play. © Janet 
Loring; 7Dec64; DU61817. 



MR. REMICK, by James C. Rogers. 121 1. 
A play in three acts. © James C. 
Rogers; 6Nov64; DU61590. 

MR. SILVER SPITZDAWSON, by Lawrence T. 
Dawson, Jr. & Lemuel D. Harrell. 
48 1. A play in 2 parts. © Lawrence 
T.' Dawson, Jr. & Lemuel D. Harrell; 
24Nov64; DU61749. 



MR. THORNBERRY AND THE GIAHT, a play in 
three acts by Jerome J. Schwartz. 
45 1. © Jerome J. Schwartz; 4Sep64; 
DU61116. 



MR. TOBY, an original story & screen- 
play adapted for television by Lorine 
E. Ford. 39 1. © Lorine E. Ford; 
17Aug64; DU60921. 



MR. WIND AND MADAM RAIN, a play for 
children in three acts by Deirdre du 
Prey. 15 1. © Deirdre du Prey; 
12Aug64; DU60974. 

MISTER, YOU ARE IT; recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 12 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2Jul64; C16904. 

MRS. CURTIS, YOU'RE WONDERFUL, by 

Beulah Radcliffe Vane. 1 v. A play 
in two acts. © Beulah Radcliffe Vane; 
17Aug64; DU60937. 



MISTRESS OF THE INN. 
LA LOCANDIERA. 



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MITOMARU, a one act play by Jon Renn 

McDonald, pseud, of John Renn McDonald. 
12 1. © Jon Renn McDonald; l8Sep64; 
DU61193. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



MOBILIZING TASK FORCES FOR SOCIAL PEACE, 
by Wayne E. Thompson. 16 1. A pager. 
© Wayne E. Thompson; 20Nov64; C17188. 

THE MOCKERY. 11 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© M. Jacqueline Jones; 4Dec64; 
DU61803 . 



THE MODEL, by Margaret Hayden Rector. 
147 1. A play in 3 acts. Copy states 
prev. reg. DU54992. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Margaret Hayden Rector; 
HJan65; DU6196O. 



MOON CHILD; or, Babes on the moon; or, 
Babes In moonland. A fantasy of two 
planets or worlds by Rita Jarvis, 
pseud, of Rita J. Dare. 1 v. 4 acts. 
© Rita Jarvis; 260ct64; DU61504. 



A MOON FOR LULU, by David Manber. 42 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © David Manber; 
22Dec64; DU61896. 

MOON OVER DEEP BAY, by Henry Gilfond. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Henry 
Gilfond; 30Jul64; DU6O756. 



THE MOUSE IS DEAD, LONG LIVE THE MOUSE, 
a comedy in three acts by Margaret 
McLennan. 116 1. © Margaret McLennan; 
4Sep64; DU61113. 

MOVEMENT IN THE SUN, by Manuel Freedman. 
1 v. A play. © Manuel Freedman; 
20Aug64; DU6098O. 



THE MOVERS, a play by William Campbell 
Sneddon (Hetare Bardus, pseud.) 1 v. 
3 acts. © William Campbell Sneddon; 
30Sep64; DU61274. 



MODERN CHANCEL DRAMAS, a cycle of five 
plays for the church year by James 
Brock. Boston, Baker's Plays. 126 p. 
Contents: The witness. --And such a 
King. --The human condition. --The last 
days.--A sound from Heaven. © James 
Brock; 3Aug64; DP5442. , 

MODERN FRENCH THEATRE, the avant-garde, 
dada & surrealism. An anthology of 
plays edited & translated by Michael 
Benedikt & George E. Wellwarth. New 
York, Dutton. 406 p. 17 plays. 
NM: Introd. & compilation. © Michael 
Benedikt & George E. Wellwarth; 
Uul64; A720271. 

MODERN VARIETIES OF JUDAISM; lectures 
on the history of religion by Joseph 
L. Blau. 281 1. © American Council 
of Learned Societies; 150ct64; C17114. 



MOE REMO, a full length play written 
by James William Durrah. 117 1. 
3 acts. © James William Durrah; 
12Aug64; DU60848. 

MOINS UNE; ou, Catherine au paradis. 
Comedie en 3 actes d'Yves Chatelain. 
179 1- © Yves Chatelain; 190ct64; 
DU61443. 



MOMENT OF TRUTH, chapter 1, written by 
Claire Kennedy, pseud, of Robert 
Maxwell. 30 1. A screenplay. 
©Velvet Productions, Inc.; 31Dec64; 
DU6I997 . 



MONEY, a musical play for cabaret. 
Book & lyrics by David Axlerod 8c Tom 
Whedon (Thomas WhedonJ; music by Sam 
Pottle (Samuel Pottle) Dramatists 
Play Service. 58 p. 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © David Axlerod, Thomas Whe- 
don & Samuel Pottle; 150ct64; DP5559. 

MONKS AND NUN, a play In one act by 
Wendell Metzger. 34 1. © Wendell 
Metzger; 30Dec64; DU61983. 

MONOLOGUE ON DOUBT. See 

RETURN OF JACKIE MASON; MONOLOGUE ON 
DOUBT. 

MONSIEUR DE POURCEAUGNAC (Moliere) 
I^Musik] von Frank Martin. Deutsche 
Ubertragung von Maria Martin nach der 
Ubersetzung von Auguste Cornelius 
von I87O; Durchgesehen von Ellen 
Bosenius. Klavierauszug. [Zurich] 
Universal Edition. 311 p. (UE I387I) 
3 acts. Text in French & German. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; 2Jun64; 
DFO-1315. 



MONSIEUR DE POURCEAUGNAC. 
THE SUITOR. 



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MONTEITH, a historical teleplay by 
Florence Monteith Lynch. 1st ed. 
43 p. 3 acts. © Florence Monteith 
Lynch; 25Nov64; DP56II. 



MONTH IN THE COUNTRY. 
NATALIA PETROVNA. 



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THE MOON-SHOT BIT, a tragi-comedy in 
three acts, twelve scenes by Maurice 
De Mars Buchanan. 1 v. © Maurice 
De Mars Buchanan; 30Jul64; DU60754 . 



MOONSHINE MOUNTAIN; screenplay. Apr. 
1964. 1 v. © Herschell Gordon 
Lewis; 5Nov64 ; DU61525 . 



MOOT HOOTENANY, a production for oral 
delivery by Frank B. Lewis. 10 1. 
© Frank B. Lewis; HAug64; CI6959. 

THE MORTGAGE, by Herschel Bricker. 

1 v. A play in 7 acts. © Herschel L 
Bricker; l6Nov64; DU61675 . 

THE MOST FANTASTIC STORY YOU EVER 
HEARD, a one act play by Philip 
Dunning. Based on the transcript of 
the testimony given on June 7, 1964 
by Jack Ruby to Chief Justice Earl 
Warren ... 30 1. ©Philip Hart 
Dunning; 200ct64; DU61388. 

MOTEL FOR SALE, an original story writ- 
ten 8: adapted for television by Nan- 
gene Tedde, pseud, of Dorothy Cole. 
30 1. © Dorothy Cole; 21Sep64; 
DU61200. 

THE MOTEL ON THE NORTH POLE, a nuclear 
comedy by H. G. Nilberg. 41 1. 
A play in 18 scenes. © Hans G. 
Nilberg; 30Nov64; DU61815. 

MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN, a 
chronicle of the 30 Years' War by 
Bertolt Brecht. Adapted by Eric 
Bentley. Acting ed. of the Broadway 
production. New York, S. French. 
Ill p. Appl. states prev. reg. 1955, 
1961, 1962, 1963. © Eric Bentley; 
31Dec63; DP5522. 

THE MOTHER IMAGE, a new play in three 
acts by Leslie Stevens. 107 1. 
© Leslie Stevens; 17Jul64; DU60768. 

THE MOTHER OF JACK THE RIPPER, a drama 
in one act by John Kirkpatrick. 
New York, S. French. 32 p. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 31Dec63; DP5495. 



MOTHER-IN-LAW, by L. Casper. Sheet. 
A song. © Peach Music; 17Jul64; 
C16943. 

MOTORCYCLING, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Herman 
W. Hamm. 30 1. © Herman W. Hamm; 
2Nov64; DU61552. 



MOUNT BLUE, NEW ENGLAND, U. S. A. 

Sheet. Radio script. Appl. author: 
Harold Cabot 8c Co., Inc. © Carling 
Brewing Co., Inc. d.b.a. Carling Brew- 
ing Co.; 27Aug64; C17038. 



MOUNTAIN MAGIC; original story a tele- 
play by M. M. Alexander. 76 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 13Apr64, DU60156. 
NM: revisions 85 additions. © Mary M. 
Alexander; 21Aug64; DU61159. 



MOVING DAY, a play in one act by Jona- 
than Holsteln. 18 1. © Jonathan 
Holstein; 120ct64; DU61366. 

MOZART AND MUSHROOM BARLEY, one act 
comic farce by Herbert Adler. 31 1. 
©Herbert Adler; 22Sep64 ; DU61226. 

MRICHCHAKATIKA . See 
THE LITTLE CLAY CART. 



THE MUDFLAT, a play in one act by 
William Austin. 22 1. © William 
Austin; l4jul64; DU60666. 

THE MULE TALKED; words Sc music by Edna 
Cooke. Sheet. © Excellorec Music 
Co.; 31Jul64; C17001. 

THE MUMMY MAKER, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 
6l 1. A screenplay. © Elmer J. 
Carpenter; 24Aug64; DU61014 . 

MURDER MY SON, by Robert C. Lally. 1 v. 
A play in three acts. © Robert C. 
Lally; 21Sep64; DU61199. 

THE MURDER OF MARIA MARTEN; or, The 
red barn. A melodrama in three acts 
by Brian J. Burton; based on various 
anonymous Victorian texts. Music 8c 
lyrics by Brian J. Burton; musical 
arrangements by Sheila Richards. 
Birmingham, Eng., C. Combridge. 
95 p. © Brian J. Burton; l6Mar64j 
DF1744 . 

THE MURDERS AT MARSH LAKE; original 
screenplay by Seton I. Miller. Writ- 
ten for Miller, Heisler & Shelton. 
Ill 1. © Robert Shelton, Seton I. 
Miller & Stuart Heisler; 15Sep64; 
DU61157. 

MUSIC MAGIC. (Music magic for moppets) 
1 v. Recording script. © Listen & 
Learn Record Co.; l8Sep64; C17087. 



MUSIC MAGIC FOR MOPPETS, a read aloud 
story for preschoolers by Ruth <t Jack 
Silin. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Listen h. Learn Record Co.; 4Sep64; 
CI7O65 . 



MUSICAL MAGIC, a musical play in three 
acts. Original play 8c lyrics by 
Velma Waugh Phillips. 118 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Velma Waugh 
Phillips; 5Aug64; DU60796. 



MUSTANG COUNTRY; an original story 
written 8: adapted for television by 
Robert A. Hill. 35 1. © Robert A. 
Hill; 8Dec64; DU61834 . 

MUSTANG RUMBLE, a conversation between 
Gabby Hayes & Boris Karloff by 
B. Cason & others. Sheet. © Metric 
Music Co.; 20Jul64; CI696O. 

MUTTONHEAD, a play by Pete Shrode (D. A. 
Shrode) 79 1. 5 acts. © D. A. 
Shrode & James A. Shrode; 4Nov64; 
DU6156O. 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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MY BROTHER'S SPY, by Lois Ryker. 1 v. 
A play in three acts. © Lois 0. 
Ryker; 50ct64; DU61331. 

MY CAREER. See 
COMEDY SHORTS I. 



MY CHILDHOOD; an original story written 
& adapted for television by Rollin C. 
Holton. 30 1. © Rollin C. Holton; 
9Nov64; DU61603. 



MY CHILDHOOD IN THE CANADIAN WILDERNESS; 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Helen Carmichael 
Dodge. 30 1. © Helen Carmichael 
Dodge; 200ct64; DU61453. 

MY ENEMY, MY SON, a drama in two acts 
by Frank O'Donnell. 72 1. © F. J. 
O'Donnell; 4Nov64; DU61491. 



MY EYE SEES NOT SO PAR, a play in three 
acts by Joel Schwartz. 109 1. © Joel 
Schwartz; 20ct64; DU61285. 

MY FATHER'S HOUSE, a play in three acts 
by Emilie Griffin. 132 1. © Emilie 
Dietrich Griffin; 17Nov64; DU6168I. 

MY FRIEND THE GENERAL. See 

THE WATCH THAT PLAYED BEAUTIFUL 
' MUSIC . 



MY GAY MAN, a musical comedy by Lou 
Burkett (Mary Lou Cooke Burkett) 
1 v. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 20Aug63, DU59374. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Mary Lou Cooke Bur- 
kett; 17Jul64; DU60698. 

MY GENIE AND ME; book by Stuart F. 
Levin & Tony Monaco. Lyrics by 
Tony Monaco; music by Guy Boleri. 
1 v. A play In 2 acts. © Tony 
Monaco & Guy Boleri; 3Aug64; 
DU60785. 



MYSTERY IN THE JONES HOUSE; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Vivian Gravely. 36 1. 
© Vivian Gravely; 200ct64; DU61459. 

THE MYSTERY OF DEPTSFORD INN, by Elmer 
J. Carpenter. 25 1. A screenplay. 
© Elmer J. Carpenter; 23Nov64; 
DU61730. 



MYSTERY OF THE TRAP DOOR; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Helen Lester. 31 1. 
© Helen Lester; 8Dec64; DU61852. 



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THE N. S. V. I. P.'S, containing nar- 
rations 1 through 10. By Lee Hazle- 
wood. 1 v. © Atlantic Music Corp.; 
2800164; C17139. 

NADRAG . See 

THE COMRADE TROUSERS. 



NAKED FROM THE NECK UP, by Harold 
Clein. 37 1. A television play. 
©Harold Clein; 290ct64; DU61520. 



NAKED MARY, WILL YOU COME OUT? A comedy 
in two acts by Norman Krasna. 1 v. 
© Norman Krasna; 2Nov64; DU61545. 



NAKED ON A RAINBOW, a play by David 

Rogers. 1 v. 2 acts. © David Rogers; 
25Sep64; DU61245. 



NAKED TO MY LOVER, story & screenplay 
by Ben Parker (Benjamin R. Parker) 
134 1. Script. © Benjamin R. Parker; 
HSep64; DU61154. 



NAKEDNESS AND TIME, a drama in two acts 
by Joe Fuller. 78 1. © Joe R. 
Fuller; 31Jul64 ; DU60777 . 



NEFER, by Jack Miller. 1st draft, Aug. 
13, 1964; rev. Sept. 5, 1964. 30 1. 
A screenplay. © Jack Miller; 28Sep64: 
DU61253. 

NEGATIVE, a play in three acts by 
Wendy Gibson. 147 1. © Wendy 
Gibson; 7Dec64; DU6l822. 

NELLIE WAS A LADY, a comedy in one act 
by John Kirkpatrick. New York, 
S. French. 31 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc . ; 29Apr64 ; DP5505 . 

NEVER BE NICE TO THE SHARK, a play in 2 
acts by Leo Isen (Leon Isen) 103 1 
© Leon Isen; 30Dec64; DU61990. 



NEVER LOOK BACK, the life story of the 
fabulous Tex Rickard. (The Tex 
Rickard story) By Irving Shaw, pseud, 
of William C. Shaw. 176 1. A screen- 
play. ©William C. Shaw; l60ct64 ; 
DU61408. 



NEVER SAY DIE! A new farce in two acts 
by Jerome J. Schwartz. 1 v. 
© Jerome J. Schwartz; 30Sep64; DU61276. 

NEVER TOO LATE, a comedy in three acts 
by Sumner Arthur Long. New York, 
S. French. Ill p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Cradle and all, 1957 & as 
Never too late, 1963, DU57001. 
© Sumner Arthur Long & George Abbott; 
7Aug64; DP5609. 

THE NEW BARN, by Gabrlelle Grant. The 
play is a dramatization of the short 
story The revolt of mother, by Mary 
E. Wilkins Freeman. 25 1. © Gabrlel- 
le Grant; 30Sep64; DU61264. 



THE NEW CENTURY, a play by Dan Green- 
burg (Daniel Greenburg) 114 1. 
4 acts. ©Dan Greenburg; 20Jul64 ; 
DU60711. 



MY HANDS IS FULL 0' GIFTS, a play in 
one act by Edward Finnegan. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 27 p. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 4Sep64; DP54B9. 



MY NAME IS CLARENCE SEDGEWICK, by June 
A. Willenz. 8 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© June A. Willenz; 31Aug64; DU61058. 



MY NEPHEW'S BAR-MITZVAH, by Ghersen 
Kaufman. 3 1. A mono log. © Ghersen 
Kaufman; 23Dec64; C17246. 

MY SHIP UPON THE RIVER, a whimsical 
comedy-drama by Frank Wattron. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson. 103 p. 
3 acts. © Row, Peterson & Co.; 
lSep59; DP5426. 



MY SWEETHEART, by Ghersen Kaufman. 
2 1. © Ghersen Kaufman; 25Nov64; 
C17208. 



MY TRIP TO NEW YORK, written by David 
Seltzer. 27 1. © David Seltzer; 
50c t6 4; DU61319. 



MY WALK WITH FAITH; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Irene Mae Dill. 30 1. © Irene Mae 
Dill; 8Dec64; DU61836. 



THE NAME OF A SOUP, a play by Elaine 
May. 120 1. A play in one act. 
© Elaine May; HAug64; DU60833. 



NANCY, a musical comedy. Libretto by 
Charles Harris Lench. 58 1- 3 acts. 
Libretto. © Charles Harris Lench; 
4Aug64; DU6O786. 



NARRATION FOR BARBERSHOP ECHOES FROM 
TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, by Lew Faw 
(Lewis A. Faw) 1 v. © Lewis A. Faw; 
13Aug64; C16972. 

NATALIA PETROVNA, a romantic opera in 
two acts. Derived from the character 
of Turgenev's A month in the country. 
Lee Hoiby, composer; William Ball, 
librettist. 1 v. Libretto. © Wil- 
liam Ball; 130ct64; DU61293. 



THE NATURE AND THREAT OF COMMUNISM, by 
Fred Krinsky for Campus World. 44 1. 
A discussion in four parts. © Campus 
World, Inc.; 28Dec64; C17264. 



THE NATURE OF A GIFT, a Christmas fan- 
tasy in one act by D. L. Emblen. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson. 55 p. 
© Row, Peterson & Co., whose present 
corporate name is Harper & Row, Pub- 
lishers, Inc.; lSep59; DP5406. 



THE NEW LEADER, a play in one act by 
Patricia Dizenzo. 34 1. © Patricia 
Dizenzo; 210ct64; DU61469. 

NEW PIGEON IN SAN MARCO, a comedy by 
Charles Leonard, pseud, of Charles 
Leonard Appleton. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Charles Leonard Appleton; 15Dec64; 
DU61899. 



NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT; methods & 

procedures by Guild, Bascom & Bonfigli 
1 v. 4 sections. © Guild, Bascom & 
Bonfigli, Inc.; 7Jan65; C17245. 

NEWS NOT FIT TO PRINT; TV comedy news 
show by Marvin Goldstein. 2 1. 
© Marvin Goldstein; 300ct64; C17154. 

THE NEXT CHAMP, a play in three acts by 
Chuck Sherman (Charles E. Sherman) 
1 v. NM: additions. © Charles E. 
Sherman; 8Sep64; DU61130. 



NEXT DOOR TO HOME, by George E. Thorn- 
ton. 115 1. A play in 3 acts. 
©George E. Thornton; l4Dec64 ; 
DU61882. 



NEXT WILEY GLBBERSON. 
HAROLD. 



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THE MYSTERIES OF LOVE, a surrealist 



drama by Roger Vitrac. 
by Ralph J. Gladstone. 
Modern French theatre. 
Dutton. p. 227-267) € 
stone; Uul64; DP5539. 



Translated 
3 acts. (In 
New York, 
Ralph J. Glad- 



NAVAJO NIGHT SONG, a musical drama. 
Libretto by Dorothy Stevenson; 
piano-vocal by Thurman Dillard; 
lyrics by Stevenson & Dillard. 
2 v. 3 acts. © Dorothy Roberta 
Stevenson & Thurman Dillard; 



NICK CARTER CASSE TOUT; scenario 

original de Jean Marclllac. Adapta- 
tion de Jean Marclllac & others; 
dialogues d'Andre Haguet; une realisa- 
tion de Henri Decoln. 233 1. 
© Jean Marolllac, Andre Haguet, Andre 
Legrand; l4Aug64; DU6O897 . 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



THE NICOTINE SCENE; dramatico-musioal 
composition by V. B. Smith. 1 v. 
Recording script. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1965. NM: revisions, public do- 
main musical notation, lyrics & dia- 
logs. © V. B. Smith; 2Sep64; DU61243. 

THE NIGHT IS BRIGHT, a musical play in 
two acts by F. H. Clark. 119 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Fitzgerald H. 
Clark; 140ct64; DU6lj46. 

NIGHT MAYOR OF CAPE CANAVERAL;, dialogue 
and camera sequence. 4 1. (Episode 
IV) © Donald E. Heintzelman (in 
notice: Don HeintzeLman); 4Jul64; 
DP5586. 

THE NIGHT OF WHEELER'S WAKE, a romantic 
Irish comedy in 3 acts by Rico Ross 
(Enrico Patrick Ross) 42 1. 
© Enrico Patrick Ross; l4jan65; 
DU61953. 

THE NIGHT THE ANIMALS TALKED, a story of 
the first Christmas, created & written 
by Peter Fernandez. 13 1. Script. 
©Peter Fernandez; 14Sep64; CI7067. 

THE NIGHT -THING; screenplay. Working 
script. 95 1. Appl. author: Donald 
Stanford. © Herschell Gordon Lewis; 
150ct64; DU61573. 

NIOHTHT.DE, by Rhoda R. Nathans. 32 1. 
A play. © Rhoda R. Nathans; 7Aug64; 
DU60804 . 



1917; book by Norman E. Goldblatt & 
James Goode. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Norman E. Goldblatt & James Goode; 
23Jul64; DU60728. 



1964 REFLECTIONS ON EMOTIONAL AND MENTAL 
DISORDERS, by June Wood. 5 1. 
© June Wood; 27Nov64; C17236. 

1964-65 DEERE DAY FRAMEWORK, a motion 
picture prepared for the John Deere 
Co. Writer: Marvin David. 72 1. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 10Aug64; 
DU60813. 



NO BOUNTY MAN, a play in one act by 
Elisabeth Preston Snyder. 33 1. 
© Elisabeth Preston Snyder; 190ct64; 
DU61422. 



NO MORE IN '64, by Everett Cox. Sheet. 
A poem. © Everett & Ellen Cox; 
19Nov64; C17157. 



NO TIME LIKE TOMORROW, a comedy by 
Harry Segall. 1 v. 2 parts. 
© Harry Segall; 2Jul64; DU60618. 



NOBLE DAVID, a comedy in one act by 
Louise Harper. Evanston, 111., 
Row, Peterson. 31 p. © Row, Peterson 
& Co., whose present corporate name 
is Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.; 
lSep46; DP5399. 



NOBODY LOVES AN ALBATROSS, a contempo- 
rary comedy by Ronald Alexander. 
Dramatists Play Service. 77 p. 
2 acts. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Ronald Alexander; 50ct64; DP5568. 

NOSTALGIA, a three-act play by Freder- 
ick Goshe. 97 1. © Frederick Goshe; 
7Aug64; DU60805. 

NOT A BUM, DEAR, by Gail Bell. 23 1. 
A play. © Gail Bell; 15Dec64; 
DU61898 . 



NOT EVERYBODY CAN GET DRUNK. 
THE SWALLOW'S FUNERAL. 



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NOT FAR FROM THE GIOCONDA TREE, a one- 
act play for seven women by Tim 
Kelly, pseud, of Timothy Joseph 
Kelley. 21 1. © Tim Kelly; 
9Nov64; DU61621. 



NOT MY CUP OF TEA, a one act play by 
A. F. Groff. Cody, Wyo. , Pioneer 
Drama Service. 12 p. © Pioneer 
Drama Service; 15Aug64 ; DP5605 . 



NOW, by Arthur Pittman. 1 v. Four 
plays. Contents: Male, female, 
neuter. --The liturgy . --President 
Kennedy's body . --Nuclear age. 
© Arthur Pittman; Uul64; DU60576. 



SOW AND DIANA, a comedy, by Richard 
Reardon, pseud, of Richard Rubin- 
stein. 1 v. 3 acts. © Richard 
Reardon; 4Aug64; DU60787. 

NOW OUR DAY BEGINS; original television 
play by E. M. Fadigan. 31 1. For 
Bill & Martha CBS show. © Ellen Fad- 
igan; 21Sep64; DU61198. 



NOW, YOU TAKE A WOMAN , NOW, YOU TAKE A 
MAN, a stage play in one act. A 
program of entertainment to be deliv- 
ered by a man & a woman by George C. 
Groskritz. 24 1. © George C. 
Groskritz, Jr.; 3Nov64; DU61485 . 



NUCLEAR AGE. 
NOW. 



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NUESTRO SUBLIME AMOR; drama en tres 
actos de Lettys Fontanez, pseud, 
de Carmen Letlcla Hernandez. 1 v. 
© Carmen Leticia Hernandez; HAug64; 
DU60834. 

NUREMBERG U. S. A., by Arnold Croyden, 
pseud, of Warren Coleman. 134 1. 
A screenplay. © Warren Coleman; 
20Aug64; DU60982. 

NUTCRACKER. See 

A FAMILIAR TALE WITH MUSIC FROM THE 
BALLET: TSCHA IKOWSKY , THE NUT- 
CRACKER. 



o 



BOY, IT'S RED! A commentary for the 
stage in two acts by Kenneth Regen- 
baum. 37 1. © Kenneth Regenbaum; 
9Sep64; DU61138. 



PAGADOR DE PROMESSAS. 
JOURNEY TO BAHIA. 



See 



WONDROUS HOLY NIGHT; for choral speak- 
ing by Deane Bell Harrison." Sioux 
City, Iowa, Wetmore Declamation 
Bureau. 4 1. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Wetmore Declamation Bureau; 
lSep64; A729168. 

WOODS, FOUNTAINS, a play by Mark H. 
Bramhall. 1 v. 3 acts. © Mark H. 
Bramhall; 120ct64; DU61368. 



OATH OF OFFICE, by Francis Barnhart. 
126 1. A play in 5 scenes. © Francis 
E. Barnhart; 9Nov64; DU61618. 



THE OBJECT LESSON, a play in one act, 

two scenes by Warren E. Giffin. 29 1. 

© Warren Eugene Giffin; 17Aug64; 
DU60933. 



OCEAN HERO; screenplay by Estela Bringuer. 
79 1. © Estela Bringuer; Uun64; 
DU60614 . 



ODD-BALL, a comedy by Dick Kane 

(Richard Kane) pseud, of David Kaplan. 
1 v. A play in three acts. © Richard 
Kane; 300ct64; DU61534. 



ODDYSIA. (Days and nights of Lina) 
An original screenplay by Tony 
Navarro (Jose A. R. Navarro) & 
Warren Langton. 170 1. © Jose A. R. 
Navarro & Warren P. Langton; 20Nov64; 
DU61705. 

THE ODYSSEY OF ULYSSES THE PALMIPED, by 
Roger Gilbert-Lecomte. Translated by 
Michael Benedikt. 4 scenes. (In Mod- 
ern French theatre. New York, Dutton. 
p. 217-220) © Michael Benedikt; Uul64; 
DP55t5- 

OEDIPUS, THE KING. See 

THREE CLASSIC GREEK PLAYS. 

OF LOVE OR MARRIAGE, by Sol Stein. 
97 1. A play in three acts. 
NM: revisions. © Sol Stein; l8Aug64; 
DU60911. 

OF THE SPECIES, a play in one act by 
Clifford Fournier. 52 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Greet your neigh- 
bor. NM: revisions. © Clifford Four- 
nelr; 29Sep64; DU61267. 

OFF TO MANITOBA, a comedy by James B. 
Malone. 1 v. 3 acts. © James B. 
Malone; 2Jul64; DU6058O. 



THE OFFICE; an original story written 
& adapted for television by Joe 
Tenny, pseud, of Joseph J. Lozaski. 
34 1. © Joseph J. Lozaski; 8Dec64; 
DU6l84l. 

OH DEAR, I MISSED THE COMMERCIAL; See 
THE LONG SLEEP. 



OH, THE LIFE OF A NAVY WIFE. 1 v. 
A play. © Azalea Hooper; 27Nov64; 
DU61767 . 

OH, WHAT A SUMMER: 1 By Irv Goldstein. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Irv 
Goldstein; l6Nov64; DU61669. 

OL' GREER, a drama with music; story by 
Alene Johnson; music & lyrics by 
Feme Crowley. 2 v. 2 acts. © Alene 
Johnson & Feme Crowley; 7Jul64; 
DU60630. 

THE OLD FASHIONED LETTER, by 

L. M. Tresize. 31. A play in 
3 acts. © Lawrence M. Tresize; 
8Dec64; DU61922. 



OLD MOUNTAIN DEW. 
MANOR MOUNTAIN. 



See 



THE OLD RICE FARMER. 3 1. A story. 
© Algernon D. Black; 31Jul64; CI6949. 

OLD SMOKY. See 

ON TOP OF OLD SMOKY. 

THE OLDEST TRICK IN THE WORLD, a play 
in three acts by Marjorie Kellogg. 
1 v. © Marjorie Kellogg; 210ct64; 
DU61472 . 



THE OLDEST TRICK IN THE WORLD, a play 
in three acts by Marjorie Kellogg. 
1 v. © Marjorie Kellogg; 12Nov64; 
DU61641. 



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OLDSMOBILE VISTA-CRUISER, ALL NEW FROM 
THE TOP DOWN; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 9 1. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2Jul64; C16908. 

ON DUTY, a religious drama in one act 
by Arthur C. Matthews. Chicago, 
Christian Theatre Co. 17 1. © Ar- 
thur C. Matthews; 23Sep64; DP5551. 



ON THE JOB FOR BOB, a radio play for 
13 nien & 3 women by Robert A. Simon. 
13 1. © Robert A. Simon; 12Nov64; 
DU61696. 



ON THE NECESSITY OF BEING PLYGAMOUS, 
a satire in three acts, by Silveira 
Sampaio. From the Trilogy of the 
grotesque hero. 33 1. A play in 
three acts. © Silveira Sampaio; 
l4Aug64; DU60869. 

ON THE STEP, a very real fantasy, by 
Farley B. Snow. 123 1. 14 scenes. 
© Farley B. Snow; 13Jul64; DU60656. 

ON TOP OF OLD SMOKY, a musical play in 
two acts. Based on the familiar 
folklore and dramatic situations of 
the Appalachian Mountains; adaptations 
& arrangements by Earl Hobson Smith. 
74 p. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Old Smoky. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Earl 
Hobson Smith; 15Jun64; DP5446. 



ONCE AGAIN! By Frank Fowler. 33 1. 
A play. © Frank Fowler; 30Nov64; 
DU61773. 



LAS ONCE, PERO SHHHST. 
LA REVISTA SIGUE. 



See 



ONCE THERE WAS A GARDEN, by Mel Hasman 
(Melvin Dale Hasman) 95 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Melvin Dale Hasman; 
7Dec64; DU61825. 

ONCE THERE WAS A POSTMAN. See 

FOUR CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOUS PLAYS. 



ONCE UPON A PURIM, by June Edith Mazon- 
son (Mrs. Max Mazonson) 1 v. A 
play in four acts. © June Edith Maz- 
onson; 29Sep64; DU61271. 



ONCE UPON A WILD GOOSE, a comedy by 
Fredda Lauren, pseud, of Frieda 
Fleischman; Dora Lynn, pseud, of 
Dorothea Lantz; Haskell Goodman 
(Herman H. Goodman) 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Fredda Lauren, Dora Lynn & Haskell 
Goodman; 2Nov64; DU61628. 



ONE -ACT COMEDIES OF MOLIERE; translated 
and with an introd. by Albert Bermel. 
1st ed. Cleveland, World Pub. Co. 
177 p. ©Albert Bermel; l6Nov64 ; 
A734445 . 



ONE AND THE OTHER, a play by Franc 
Franc. 97 1. © Franc Franc; 
HDec64; DU61878. 

ONE DUBIOUS ANGEL, a musical fantasy 
in two acts. Written by Curtis Hood, 
pseud, of Curtis Byron Baggs . 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Curtis Hood; 
26Aug64; DU60884. 



ONE NATION UNDER GOD, by Raymond Leo 
Bartos. 68 1. A play In three acts. 
© Raymond Leo Bartos; 29Dec64; 
DU61976 . 



ONE PLUS ONE EQUAL ONE, a one act play- 
let by Erwin Protter. 9 1. © Erwin 
Protter; 29Sep64; DU61389- 



ONE WAY FOR ANOTHER, by Jean Tardieu. 
Translated by George E. Wellwarth. 
(In Modern French theatre. New York, 
Dutton. p. 319-329) © George E. Well- 
ifarth; Uul64; DP5542. 

ONLY A KING, by Chester Leo Smith. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Chester 
Leo Smith, Jr.; 28jul64; DU60748. 

ONLY YOURS, THE BEAUTY WORLD AT HOME, 
a lecture by Norbert Caillaud. 4 1. 
© Norbert Caillaud; 2Jul64; CI69OO. 

OPEN SEASON ON BUTTERFLIES, a new style 
musical play. Book & lyrics by 
Harold Ackerman; music by N. Steven 
Cagan. 1 v. 3 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Harold Ackerman; 19Aug64; 
DU60978 . 

THE OPEN WINDOW, a play in one act by 
H. H. Munro (Saki. pseud.) A dramati- 
zation by James Fuller, pseud, of 
Clark F. Sergei. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 20 p. ©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
17Sep64; DP5483. 



AN OPERA FOR CHRISTMAS, by Alfred Neu- 
mann for soloists, choir & organ with 
brasses, timpani, celesta & cymbals 
ad lib. New York, !'. Colombo. 55 P- 
Vocal score. © B'ranco Colombo, Inc.; 
290ct64; DP5628. 



OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH, a 5-minute 
35-frame color sound slidefilm for 
Sylvania. Writer: John Davenport. 
13 1. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
10Aug64; CI6958. 



OPERATION NUTS; book by Nona Dearth, 
music by Thomas Christie, lyrics by 
Nona Dearth. A musical in three 
acts. 65 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Nona Dearth; 4Nov64; DU61486. 



THE OPERATORS, by Charlie Manna & 

Sheldon Schultz. 1 v. A screenplay 
in five scenes. © Charlie Manna & 
Sheldon Schultz; 21Dec64; DU61928. 



OPINION BAROMETER; recording script. 
Sheet. © Wallace A. Mulllnax; 
20Aug64; CI699O. 

THE ORACLE, by Grant Gargan, pseud, of 
Gloria R. Campbell. 4 1. © Grant 
Gargan; 8sep64; C17064 . 



ORANGES, by Kent Deigaard. 157 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Kent Deigaard; 
27Nov64; DU61764. 



THE ORANT, by Glen Jenkins, pseud, of 
Bennie Goldberg. 40 1. A play in 
three acts. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Glen Jenkins; 12Nov64; DU61570. 

THE ORANT. (James Jamerson) By Glen 
Jenkins, pseud, of Bennie Goldberg. 
35 p. 3 acts. © Bennie Goldberg 
(in notice: Glen Jenkins); 15Jun64; 
DP5429. 



ORDEAL OF SUSAN PRICE. 
THE WITNESS. 



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AN ORIGINAL VERSION OF CINDERELLA. 
By Esther Goldman. 11 1 . © Esther 
Goldman; 4Aug64; DU60788. 



ORLANDO FURIOSO; translated from the 
French of Adrian van der Horst; 
edited by Lisl Beer. Boston, 
B. Humphries. 20 p. (The Silver 
series of puppet plays) 4 scenes. 
© Bruce Humphries; 21May64; DP5458. 

THE ORPHAN; an original story written 
& adapted for television by Esther 
Stambazze. 31 1. © Esther Stambazze; 
l6Nov64; DU6165I. 



OSCAR W. UNDERWOOD; written by David 
Karp. 55 1- (Profiles in courage, 
by John F. Kennedy) Corrected 
shooting script. 4 acts. © Robert 
Saudek Associates, Inc.; 290ct64 ; 
DU61536. 



OSTERN; Ein Festspiel von August Strind- 
berg; Ubersetzung und Bearbeitung von 
Heinrich Goebel. Neufassung. Ham- 
burg, R. Bars Buhnenverlag. 48 p. 
3 acts. © Richard Bars Buhnenverlag, 
K.G., "Die Rampe"; 4May64; DF0-1310. 

OTHELLO. See 

SIX PLAYS OF SHAKESPEARE: ROMEO AND 
JULIET, RICHARD II, AS YOU LIKE IT, 
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, OTHELLO, 
THE WINTER'S TALE. 
THE TRAGEDY OF OTHELLO, THE MOOR OF 
VENICE . 



THE OTHER JESUS, by Francis T. Field. 
116 1. A play. © Francis T. Field; 
210ct64; DU61465. 

OTHER PLAYER. See 
TWO SHORT PLAYS. 



THE OTHER SIDE, by Frances M. Wagner. 
Sheet. ©Frances McDowell Wagner; 
7Dec64; C17186. 



THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WALL, a play in 
three acts by Lola Jones Amis. 28 1. 
© Lola Jones Amis; 31Aug64; DU6IO63. 

THE OTHER YOU, a three-act comedy by 
Bettye Knapp. Evanston, 111., Row, 
Peterson. 104 p. © Row, Peterson & 
Co., whose present corporate name is 
Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.; 
lSep60; DP5415. 

THE OTHERS; first draft, by Max Sapan. 
75 1. Screenplay. © Max Sapan; 
10Sep64; DU6ll43. 

OUR CHRISTMAS HERITAGE, an historical 
pageant of Christmas by Ruthann Koeh- 
ler. 1 v. (Programs for Catholic 
school children, set number II) With 
music. NM: additions. ©Ruthann 
Koehler & Clement Koehler; l4Sep64; 
DP5549. 

OUR CLINTONVTLLE NEIGHBORS, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision, by Barbara Hodson, pseud, of 
Edith M. Messiter. 31 1. 
© Edith M. Messiter; 17Jul64; DU60862. 

OUR COUNTRY. See 

A SALUTE TO THE U. S. A. 

OUR DAY OF SORROW. 9 1. Recording 
script. © John Nies; 50ct64; C17108. 

OUR FATHER, an original drama by James 
Kamins. 1 v. Three acts. © James 
Kamins; 230ct64; DU61413. 



OUR MIXED CAPITALISTIC ECONOMY, by 

Eugene Rotweln for Campus World. 1 v. 
A discussion in four parts. © Campus 
World, Inc.; 28Dec64; CI7257. 



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July-Dec. 



OUR OLD FARM HOME BURNED DOWN. 2 1. 
© Dolene H. Swanner; 5Jun64; CI6918. 



OUR RIGHT TO PROGRESS, a lecture on 
Christian Science by Lenore D. Hanks. 
20 1. (Full report, no. 2) © Lenore 
D. Hanks; 6Aug64; C17055. 



OUT OF ORDER, a play in one act by 
M. David Samples. Evanston, 111., 
Row, Peterson. 32 p. © Row, Peter- 
son & Co., whose present corporate 
name is Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc. 
lSep6l; DP5400. 



OUT OF THE CROCODILE, by Giles Cooper. 
2 acts. (In Plays of the year. 
London. Elek Books. v. 27, p. 11-141) 
© Giles Cooper; 29Jun64; DFO-1322. 



AN OUTPOST OF PROGRESS, by, Joseph Con- 
rad; adapted to play form by John R. 
Drucker. 1 v. A television play in 
three acts. © John R. Drucker; 
9Sep64; DU6IO85. 

THE OUTSIDE WORLD, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Oda Shouse, Jr. 34 1. © Oda 
Shouse, Jr.; 17Aug64; DU60924. 



THE OUTSIDERS, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 
28 1. A screenplay. © Elmer J. 
Carpenter; 24Aug64; DU6IOI5. 

OVER MY HEAD, by Sy Gross (Seymour 
Gross) 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Seymour Gross; 30Nov64; DU61771. 



OVER THE GARDEN WALL, a pageant by 

Willard S. Smith. 9 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Willard Stevenson Smith; 
260ct64; A732697. 

AN OVERLOADED ROMANCE, a comedy-drama in 
two acts & two scenes by Edward A. 
Steiner. 1 v. © Edward A. Steiner; 
21Sep64; DU61197. 

THE OX CART. (La carreta) Drama in 
three acts by Rene Marques; trans- 
lated by Charles R. Pllditch. 191 1. 
© Charles R. Pilditch; 23Sep64; 
DU61230. 

OZARK RIVER RATS; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Gerald Harrison Pipes. 31 1. 
© Gerald Harrison Pipes; 9Nov64; 
DU61609. 



PADRIAC AND THE HERO, by Wilva Davis 
Breen. Dramatic adaptation 5: editori- 
al revision of The return of the hero, 
by Darrell Figgis. 96 1. ©Wilva 
Davis Breen; 2Nov64; DU61484 . 

PAGUNDA. See 
RASTAI, V. 

PAIN LAZZI, a play in one act by 
Wendell Metzger. 38 1. © Wendell 
Metzger; HDec64; DU61877. 

THE PAINTING, by Eugene Ionesco. Trans- 
lation by George E. Wellwarth. (In 
Modern French theatre. New York, 
Dutton. p. 359-406) © George E. 
Wellwarth; Uul64; DP5544. 

PAN PICKWICK; veselohra o trech 

de'jstvich v Jedenacti obrazech Dodle 
DIckensova romanu Klub Pickwickuv. 
By Frantlsek Langer. 99 1. 
© Frantlsek Langer; 3Uul64; 
DU60906 . 



PANDORA'S BOX, an operetta for children 
in two scenes. Based on the Greek 
myth, Pandora's Jar. Libretto & 
music composed by Esther Gilsdorf; 
music harmonized & arranged for piano 
by Lucille Holiday. 48 p. © Esther 
L. Gilsdorf & Lucille F. Holiday; 
20Aug64; DU60893. 

PANDORA'S JAR. See 
PANDORA'S BOX. 

PANTALOON. See 

THE COMRADE TROUSERS. 

THE PAPERBACK GOES TO SCHOOL; script 
for a color sound slide film in ani- 
mation and photography, prepared for 
Bantam Books. Writer: David C. Wel- 
ling. 33 1. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 10Aug64; CI6956. 

PARADE. See 

THE CLOTHES LINE. 

PARADISE LOST AGAIN, a play in two acts 
by Eugene Sherrod, Jr. 79 1. Based 
upon the novel Checkers by Henry 
Blossom, Jr. ©Eugene Sherrod, Jr.; 
6Jul64; DU6O608. 



PARENTONES, by Sally Kase & others. 
1 v. © Parentones, a firm comprising 
Sally Kase, Bette Welntraub 8c Stanley 
Rabinowitz; 28Aug64; C17043. 

PARK BENCH, a play with music & movement 
in two acts by Ellen Green. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Ellen Green; 
10Dec64; DU61744 . 

PARK IN THE DARK. See 

THE FURTHERMOST FINGER OF FILLMORE. 



THE PARLOR OF THE FLY, by Jay Christo- 
pher. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Jack Kelly, Jr.; 8Sep64; DU61136. 

PASAKOS. See 
RASTAI, I. 

PASS THE BUCK, by Frank J. Guida & 
others. 1 v. Television script. 
© Frank J. Guida, Carmela Guida, 
Howard Frank & Pearl M. Frank; 
I40ct64; C17115- 



PASSAGE TO PARAMUS, a play in one act 
by Mel Shaffer (Melvln B. Shaffer) 
50 1. © Melvln B. Shaffer; 6Jul64; 
DU60588. 

THE PASSION OF JOSEF D., a new play by 
Paddy Chayefsky. New York, Random 
House. 116 p. 3 acts. © Carnegie 
Productions, Inc.; 27May64; DP5447. ' 

THE PASSION OF MARY JANE, a play in 
two parts, by Kenneth Bernard. 
52 1. © 0. Kenneth Bernard; l8Aug64; 
DU60954 . 



THE PASSIONATE HYPNOTIST, a comedy in 
3 acts by Chester Erskine. 1 v. 
© Chester Erskine; 80ct64; DU6I353. 



THE PAT HENNESSEY STORY, a tragedy 
spiced with comedy by Tom Gerald 
McGee. Rev. ed. 33 1- 7 scenes. 
© Tom Gerald McGee; 29Jun64; DP5462. 

PAT MCCULLOCH, a fifteen to twenty 
minute screenplay. 20 1. © Jay R. 
Greenfield; 19Aug64; DU60894. 

PAT MCCULLOCH. See 



PATCH OF RED, a dramatic reading by 
Charlotte Bosler Ellis. Sioux City, 
Iowa, Wetmore Declamation Bureau. 
3 1. © Wetmore Declamation Bureau; 
lSep64; DP5585. 



THE PATH OF LEAST RESISTANCE; narration. 
1 v. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Paul E. Sanderson. © Sander- 
son Films, Inc.; 7Dec64; C17239. 

PAUL REVERE' S MIDNIGHT RIDE AND THE BOS- 
TON TEA PARTY, a read aloud story for 
preschoolers by Jack fie Ruth Silin. 
1 v. Recording script. © Listen & 
Learn Record Co.; 15Sep64; C17088. 



PEACE, of Aristophanes; newly translated 
from the Greek by Robert Henning Webb. 
Charlottesville, University Press of 
Virginia. 99 p. © Rector & Visitors 
of the University of Virginia; 
30Nov64; A735043. 



PEACE AND MISS REVERE. 
ASSIGNMENT: NAPLES. 



See 



THE PEACEABLE KINGDOM, by Margaret Ochs . 
1 v. A musical play in three acts. 
NM: "additional text and musical 
material." © Margaret M. Ochs; 
HSep64; DU61148. 

PEACH ICE CREAM, by Harvey Kramer. 99 1. 
A screenplay. © Harvey P. Kramer; 
31Dec64; DU61951. 

PEARLS OF RAIN, by Claudette Drennan; 
this book was designed, printed & 
bound by Grace Perreiah. Limited ed. 
1 v. © Eleanor Grace Perreiah & 
Claudette Marcile Drennan; 4Aug64; 
A717955- 



THE PECKING ORDER, a play in three acts 
by Leslie Edgley. 1 v. © Leslie 
Edgley; 290ct64 ; DU61517 . 

THE PEDDLER, a screenplay by Keith 
Winter. Based on an original story 
by Vassili Lambrinos . 1st draft 
Nov. 9, 1964. 87 1. ©Scope-Film, 
Inc.; l4Dec64; DU61790. 

PEDRO OF SANTA MARIA, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Dorothy Mauriclo. 32 1. © Dorothy 
Mauriclo; l4Sep64; DU6II8O. 

PEER? A musical version of Ibsen's 
Peer Gynt by Hugh Thomas & Arnold 
Powell. 1 v. 2 acts. © Joseph 
Hugh Thomas & Arnold Francis Powell; 
15Jul64; DU60676. 

PELICAN, by David Shumaker. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © David P. 
Shumaker; 21Jul64; DU60714. 

THE PELICANS, by Raymond Radiquet. 
Translated by Michael Benedikt. 
2 acts. (In Modern French theatre. 
New York, Dutton. p. 117-129) © Mi- 
chael Benedikt; Uul64; DP5532. 

PEMIGEWASSET RIVER, NEW ENGLAND, 

U. S. A. Sheet. Radio script. Appl. 
author: Harold Cabot & Co., Inc. 
© Carllng Brewing Co., Inc. d.b.a. 
Carllng Brewing Co.; 27Aug64; C17028. 

THE PENALTY BOX, a comedy, by Richard 
M. Keith. 1 v. 3 acts. © Richard 
M. Keith; 3Aug64; DU6078O. 

PENDULUM, a play with music by Louis 
Alfred Voss. 89 1. 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
70ct63, DU58653. NM: revisions. 
© Louis Alfred Voss; 80ct64; DU61352. 



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PENELOPE, a musical play by Max Sofsky. 
1 v. Book only. © Max Sofsky; 
13Jul64; DU60615. 



THE PEOPLE WHO WOULD NOT DIE, a shoot- 
ing script film scenario by Osborn C. 
Segerberg, Jr. 193 1. © Osborn C. 
Segerberg, Jr.; 10Nov64; DU6l624 . 



THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE, a dramatico-musical 
composition in 1 act, 3 scenes. 
Story, words & music by Sam Berg, 
pseud, of Benjamin Samberg. 6 1. 
©Bell Enterprises, Inc.; 25Aug64; 
DP5472. 



THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE, an original screen- 
play by David Jenness & Larry Sigman. 
90 1. © David A. Jenness & Larry 
Sigman; 23Sep64; DU61231. 

PEPTIC ULCER. 18 1. 3 lectures. 
(Hahnemann medi-disc, program VI) 
A recording script. © Silver Plastics, 
Inc.; 10Jul64; C16922. 

THE PERFECT MAN; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Kenneth R. Jones. 30 1. © Kenneth 
R. Jones; l6Nov64; DU61654 . 



THE PERFORMING DOG, a play by Jacob 
Bentkover. 109 1. A play in three 
acts. © Jacob Bentkover; 3Nov64; 
DU61557. 



PERHAPS, TOMORROW, a screenplay by 
JoseDh Cinelli. 85 1. © Joseph 
Cinelll; 50ct64; DU61329. 



PERILOUS PLANS IN THE RED EYE SALOON; or, 
Don't play gin once the fuse is lit. 
By Philip W. Lawson; music by Mildred 
R. Lawson; arrangements by Mary H. 
Weidensahl. 1 v. A play in two acts. 
© Philip W. Lawson & Mildred Lawson; 
l4Sep64; DU61163. 



THE PERILS OF HATE, PART V, by Burt 
Blechman. 130 1. A play. 
© Burt Blechman & John Marsh; 
8Dec64; DU61828. 



PERSONAL MEMOIR OF OPPRESSION IN MY 
OCCUPATION. 50 1. © Edward Calvin 
Diamond; 25Aug64; C17025. 

PERSONALITY AND LEADERSHIP, by Melvin 
Vincent for Campus World. 33 1. A 
discussion In four parts. © Campus 
World, Inc.; 28Dec64; C17254. 



A PERSPECTIVE OF BALANCED LIVING, intro- 
ductory lecture, by Reginald H. Har- 
ris. 1 v. © Reginald H. Harris; 
24Aug64; C17000. 



PETAL IN THE DUST, a one-act drama for 
two men & three women by Paul S. 
McCoy. Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson. 
15 p. ©Row, Peterson & Co., whose 
present corporate name is Harper & 
Row, Publishers, Inc.; lSep59; 
DP5408. 



PETER, PETER, PETER, by Claire Carvalho 
(Claire Carvalho Weiller) 1 v. 
A play in three acts. © Claire 
Carvalho; 190ct64; DU61529. 



DAS PFERD; Komodie von Julius Hay. 
Reinbek bei Hamburg, Rowohlt Verlag. 
133 p- 3 acts. ©.Rowohlt Verlag, 
G.M.B.H. ; 5May64; DF1754. 



THE PHILOSOPHY OF COLOR. (The whole 
America) By Paul C. Miller. 42 1. 
A recording script with music. 
© Paul C. Miller; l6Sep64; DU61343- 

THE PHILOSOPHY OF RESTRICTION AS APPLIED 
TO DYNAMICS, PART I. 51. A lecture. 
© Pedro J. Dozal; 30Dec64; C17272. 

THE PHONOGRAPH, a drama of modern day 
life by Richard W. Magnesen. 38 1- 
6 scenes. © Richard W. Magnesen; 
27Nov64; DU61765. 

PHOTO-FINISH. See 

THE PICTURE OF FATE. 



PICTOU LANDING, a one-act opera. Music 
by Trevor Jones; libretto by Donald 
Wetmore. 69 p. © Trevor Jones & 
Donald Wetmore; l8Aug64; DU60997 . 



THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY, a play for 
concert reading by Donald Hamilton, 
adapted from the novel by Oscar 
Wilde. 48 1. 3 acts. © Donald L. 
Hamilton; 29Dec64; DU61977. 

THE PICTURE OF FATE; or, Photo-finish. 
By Sally Passmore Cook. 38 1. A 
play in 2 scenes. © Sally Passmore 
Cook; 19Nov64; DU61693. 

PICTURES AT AN INHIBITION, a 3 act play 
in 2 acts by Mark Berman. 147 1. 
© Mark Berman; 200ct64; DU61462. 



PIECE OF MIND; monolog by Lou Beaton, 
pseud, of Samuel McKinley Levine . 
8 1. © Samuel McKinley Levine; 
22Jul64; Cl693t- 



A PIECE OF THE ACTION, by Frank Bidus. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Frank 
Bidus; HSep64; DU61150. 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN, a play for 
children adapted from Browning's 
poem by William Ellis. With original 
musical score by Susan Colton & Mora 
Gutekunst. 2 v. 3 acts. © William 
Ellis & Susan B. Colton; l8Nov64; 
DU61687. 



THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN; dramatic 
musical by Prue Holden (Mary P. 
Holden); music by Jean Tandowsky. 
Adapted from the poem, The Pied Piper, 
by Robert Browning. 25 1. Book 
& lyrics only. © Mary P. Holden; 
24Nov64; DU61627. 



PIGEONS IN EDEN, a play by Donald C. 
Spencer. l4l 1. 9 scenes. © Don- 
ald C. Spencer; 28Jul64; DU60743. 



PING PONG, a comedy by Leslie Mercer 
Heidt. 1 v. 3 acts. © Leslie Mercer 
Heiat; 25Nov64; DU61756. 



PINNED DOWN, a modern drama in 3 acts 
by L. E. Preston. 82 1. © L. E. 
Preston; 28Aug64; DU61055 . 



PINOCCHIO, a musical play for children 
with book & lyrics by Jean Zahorsky 
Hanck. 24 1. 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Jean Zahorsky Hanck; 23Nov64; 
DU61736. 



PINPOINT IN SPACE; an original tele- 
vision series by Herb Arlow. Item 
one: I missed the bus; book one: 
Sicks dozen. 10 1. © Herb Arlow; 
190ct64; DU61420. 



PIONEER OF CIVILIZATION, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Harold Everett Green. 34 1. 
© Harold Everett Green; 50ct64; 
DU61312. 

PIONEERS IN PETTICOATS; dramatized tales 
& legends of heroic American women 
by Nellie McCaslin. Evanston, 111., 
Row, Peterson. 205 p. © Row, Peter- 
son & Co.; lSep60; DP5428. 

PIPING HOT, a musical comedy by 

J. Gounod Campbell. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© J. Gounod Campbell; 9Jul64; 
DU60633. 

PIRANDELLO'S ONE-ACT PLAYS; translated 
by William Murray. Garden City, N. Y.. 
Doubleday. 336 p. (Anchor, A404) 
© William Murray; 17Jul64; A706538. 



THE PIT. 104 1. A play. © Robert 
Metz; 22Dec64; DU61939. 



THE PIT, a play in one act by Norman L. 

Hartweg. Final draft, Aug. 1964. 

32 1. © Norman L. Hardweg; HSep64; 
DU61147. 



PIZARRO, A MAN OF OUR TIME; or, The 
conquest of Peru. An historical 
drama by Gene P. Halboth. 99 1. 
© Gene P. Halboth; 230ct64; 
DU61415 . 



LA PLACE DE L'ETOILE, an antipoem by 
Robert Desnos. Translated by Michael 
Benedlkt. 9 acts. (in Modern French 
theatre. New York, Dutton. p. 279-318) 
© Michael Benedlkt; Uul64; DP5541. 

A PLACE OF PILGRIMAGE, a play by 
Monica E. Porter. 62 1. 2 acts. 
© Monica E. Porter; 3Aug64; DU60779. 



A PLACE TO REMEMBER, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mildred P. Gump. 32 1. © Mildred P. 
Gump; HAug64; DU60821. 



PLAIN JANE, a musical romance based on 
Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre. Book, 
music & lyrics by Kelly Hamilton. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Kelly Hamilton; 
20Jul64; DU60704. 



PLAN AHEAD WITH ARMCO; recording script 
for Armco Metal Products Division, 
Armco Steel Corp. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 8 1. © Armco Metal 
Products Division, Armco Steel Corp.; 
2Jul64; C16912. 

LE PLAN DE MADAME VARENNES, par Eugenie 
Fouche, pseud, of Kathryn C. Weiss. 
37 1. A play. © Kathryn C. Weiss; 
230c t64; DU61493. 

A PLAN TO PAY THE NATIONAL DEBT, by 
Sydney L. Albert. 5 1. © Sydney 
Laban Albert; 90ct64; C17133. 

PLAN YOUR ACTION; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 9 1. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2Jul64; C16910. 



THE PLAY OF HEROD & THE SLAYING OF THE 
INNOCENTS; edited for modern perform- 
ance by Noah Greenberg. Transcribed 
into modern notation from Orleans, 
Bibl. de Ville, MS 201 & the Latin 
translated into English by William L. 
Smoldon. 1st. rev. Oct. 1,1963. 
42 p. Text in Latin & English. With 
music. © Noah Greenberg S: William L. 
Smoldon; 210ct64; DU61464. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



PLAY SAFE; author, Harold Leyton 

Hackett. 18 1. A script for tele- 
vision. © Harold Leyton Hackett; 
9Dec64; C17215. 

PLAY THE TUNES OF WOE, MELPOMENE, a dra- 
ma in two acts by Daniel Alan Segal. 
64 1. © Daniel Alan Segal; l6sep64; 
DU61187. 

PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD. See 
CHAMPION 1 THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD. 



THE PLAYROOM, by Gerald C. Stone. 
14 1. A play. © Gerald C. Stone; 
l4Jun64; DU6O69O. 



PLAYS OF THE YEAR; edited by J. C. 
Trewin. Vol.27, 1962-I963. London, 
Elek Books. 460 p. © on introd., 
compilation, & editing; -Plays of the 
Year Co. & Elek Books, Ltd.; 29Jun64; 
AFO-43428. 



PLEASE PINCH THE PLASMA, a musical com- 
edy. Script & lyrics by Janice T. 
Dixon; music by Betty S. Allen. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Janice Thome Dixon & Betty 
S. Allen; 28Sep64; DU61261. 

PLENTY OF MONEY, a musical comedy. 
Book & lyrics by Mel Weiser; music 
by Al Davis & Al Polhamus. 18 v. 
2 acts. © Hollywood Hits; 21Sep63; 
DP5430. 

THE PLOT TO ASSASSINATE THE CHASE 
MANHATTAN BANK, a one act play by 
Carl Larsen. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer 
Drama Service. 5 p. © Pioneer 
Drama Service; 15Aug64; DP5604 . 

PLOT TO PROFIT, a musical comedy. 
Script by Carl Branson & others; 
music 8c lyrics by Don E. Maxwell- 
1 v. 2 acts. Words 8c music of 
Girls, girls, by Jeff Gorbln. 
© Don E. Maxwell; 2Sep64; DU61099. 

THE PLUM IS RIPE, by James G. Law. 
27 1. © James G. Law; l6Nov64; 
C17191. 



PODUNK, a musical comedy in three acts 
by John Cagle, pseud, of John J. Fuery. 
147 1. Book & lyrics only. © John J. 
Fuery 8: Anita C. Fuery; 9Jul64; 
DU60620. 



THE POET AND HIS DOG, by Bronson M. 
Potter. Sheet. © Bronson M. Potter; 
7Dec64; C17185. 

POINT CONCEPTION, by Michael McGuire. 
55 1. A play in 3 acts. © Michael 
McGuire; 19Aug64; DU60976. 



POOR BITOS, by Jean Anouilh, translated 
by Lucienne Hill. London, Methuen. 
98 p. 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DU60219. © Jean Anouilh & 
Lucienne Hill; 2Jul64; DFO-1317. 



POOR BUTTERFLY, a short play by Barry 
Pritchard. 4 3 1. 2 scenes. 
© Barry Pritchard; 27 Jul64 ; DU60733. 

THE POPSICLE FLUTE, a play in three 

acts by Rex Blakey, pseud, of Reginald 
Howard Blakey. 93 1. © Rex H. 
Blakey; 6Nov64; DU61594. 



PORGY AND BESS: THE MYTH OF UNIVERSAL 
MISCEGENATION, by H. Othello Smith. 
30 1. Speech. © H. Othello Smith; 
10Nov64; C17171. 



THE PORTABLE LOVER, a new comedy by Mel 
Dinelli. 135 1. 10 scenes. © Mel 
Dinelli; 25Jun64; DU6O763. 



A PORTRAIT OF LILY, by Graham Ledger- 
wood, pseud, of Vernon Edward Ledger- 
wood. 122 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Vernon Edward Ledgerwood; 31Aug64 ; 
DU61075 . 



PRESIDENTS AND THEIR LADIES. 
THE WHITE HOUSE. 



See 



POSSESSED. See 

FYODOR DOSTOYEVSKY 
POSSESSED . 



S NOVEL THE 



POSTLUDE. See 

WHAT WE HAVE NEVER HAD. 



POTTER'S FIELD, by Norma Lee, pseud, 
of Norma Lee Allardyce. 121 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Norma Lee 
Allardyce; 4Sep64; DU61112. 



POTTIMEE, by Mary Frances Coston. 
(Frances Mary, pseud.) Based upon 
the scriptural truth of Revelation 
chapter 21 of the Holy Bible. 1 v. 
© Mary Frances Coston; l8Aug64; 
CI6982. 



POUR FINALIE. 
THREATRE II. 



See 



THE POWER OF DARKNESS IS THRUST FROM 
THE LIGHT, by M. T. Bennett. A poetic 
drama of the Kennedy assassination 
interpreted from the findings of the 
Warren Commission Report. 48 1. 
3 acts. © Marilyn T. Bennett; 
20Nov64; DU61703. 



POWER PLANT SAFETY, a safety training 
film by Bureau of Safety. 21 1. 
Fllmstrip script. © Bureau of Safety; 
20Aug64; C17111. 



THE POWERFUL PERSUADERS I. 7 1. A 
recording script. © Albert M. Doane; 
80ct64; C17122. 



THE POWERFUL PERSUADERS II. 6 1. A 
recording script. © Albert M. Doane; 
80ct64; C17121. 

PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY, a lecture on 
Christian Science by Harry S. Smith. 
20 1. (Full report, no.l) © Harry 
S. Smith; 5Aug64; C17056. 



PRECIOUS GOLD, an original story 

written 8c adapted for television by 
A. H. Palmer. 28 1. © Alfred H. 
Palmer; HAug64; DU60829. 



PRELUDE TO A NATION, by Madge Harrah. 
98 1. A play in three acts. 
© Madge Harrah; 29Dec64; DU61979. 



PRESCRIPTION: MURDER, a drama in three 
acts by William Link & Richard 
Levinson. New York, S. French. 75 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as RX murder, 
l8Jun63, DU57967. NM: revisions. 
© William Link 8c Richard Levinson; 
31Dec63; DP5507. 

PRESENTATION FOR ARKANSAS RICE GROWER'S 
COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, by Brick 
Muller, Draper, Swearingen, Dorrlty 
Advertising. 1 v. Orally given 
advertising proposal. © Brick Muller, 
Draper, Swearingen, Dorrity Adver- 
tising, Inc.; 13Aug64; C16964. 



LA PRESIDENTE. 1 v. Musical play in 
four acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Elaine Welnstein; 20ct64; DU61290. 



THE PRESSED ROSE, a one act play by 
Tenney J. Chamberlain. 13 1. 
© Tenney J. Chamberlain; 29Jun64; 
DP5433. 



THE PRESSURE VESSEL, by William Anthony 
Smith. 137 1. A play in three acts. 
S William Anthony Smith; 13Aug64; 
DU60852. 



PREVENTION 8c CURE OF THE DEGENERATIVE 
DISEASES, by Christoph Matzuran. 
2 p. © Christoph Matzuran; 70ct64; 
C17118. 

PREVENTION & CURE OF THE DEGENERATIVE 
DISEASES, by Christoph Matzuran. 
3 p. © Christoph Matzuran; 2Nov64; 
C17165. 



THE PRICE, by Jacopo Erbi, pseud, of 
Herbert L. Jacobson. A tale of the 
United Nations. 21 1. A screenplay. 
© Herbert L. Jacobson; 24Jul64; 
DU60730. 



PRIDE AND POSITION, an original story 
written 8c adapted for television 
by Homer Thurston. 3^ 1. 
© Homer Thurston; HAug64; DU60820. 

A PRIDE OF LIONS, a three act comedy- 
drama by Leo F. Montague. 190 1. 
© Leo F. Montague; l8Nov64; DU61685. 



A PRIMER FOR DAD. (A good afternoon) 
(Chip off the old block) A TV 
screenplay by C. E.' Grim. 16 1. 
6 scenes. © Charles E. Grim; 10ct64; 
DP5556. 



THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG, a musical 
play by Harry Huret . 32 1. 4 scenes. 
Based on Grimm's short fairy tale 
Frog Prince. © Harry L. Huret; 
23Sep64; DU61227. 



THE PRINCESS AND THE TAILOR, a play 
for children by Lois Dahljnan. 
31 1. 3 scenes. © Lois Gail 
Dahlman; 10Dec64; DU61869. 

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS, by Royal 1 
Brandis for Campus World. 39 1. 
© Campus World, Inc.; 28Dec64; C17253. 



THE PRINCIPLES OF MONEY AND CREDIT, by 
William P. Yohe for Campus World. 
42 1. A discussion in four parts. 
© Campus World, Inc.; 28Dec64; C17258. 



PRISM, by Ed Hudlin (Edward Warrington 
Hudlin) 21 1. A play. © Edward 
Warrington Hudlin; 19Nov64; DU61692. 



THE PRIVATE EAR 8c THE PUBLIC EYE; two 
plays by Peter Shaffer. New York, 
Stein 8c Day. 120 p. NM: revisions 8c 
additions. © Peter Shaffer, Ltd.; 
5Feb64; DP5421. 



THE PROBLEM OF EVIL, prepared by Geddes 
MacGregor for Campus World. 48 1. 
© Campus World, Inc.; 28Dec64; CI7266. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE 12TH ANNUAL MARKET- 
ING CONFERENCE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL 
CONFERENCE BOARD, OCTOBER 28, 29, 30, 
1964, NEW YORK, NEW YORK. 3 v. 
© National Industrial Conference 
Board, Inc.; l4Dec64; C17233. 



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1964 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



119 



LE PROCES DE MAITRE FERRARI; intrigue 
policiere de Jean Rebel & Frederic 
Valmain, pseud, of Paul de Baullat. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Frederic Valmain; 
l8Nov64; DU61623. 



THE PROCESS OF CREATION, a theory of 
creation based on the facts of 
science, by Edward Bernard. 2 1. 
Script. © Edward Bernard; 7Jul64; 
C16994. 

THE PROCESS OF CREATION, a theory of 
creation based on the facts of 
science, by Edward Bernard. 3 1. 
Script. © Edward Bernard; 15Jul64; 
C16995. 



PRODIGAL, by Mary Feldhaus-Weber, pseud, 
of Mary E. Weber. 43 1. A play. 
© Mary Feldhaus-Weber; 8Dec64; 
DU61826. 



A PUSH TO FLY ON, an original three- 
act drama by L. E. Preston. 82 1. 
© L. E.' Preston; 31Jul64; DU60773- 

PUT UP A BIG FRONT, the new television 
dramatic half hour show by W. W. Daven- 
port. 2 1. © W. W. Davenport; 
220ct64; C17129- 



15 IZBRANNYKH ODNOAKTNYKH P'ES, by 
Vsevolod Homitzky. Izdanue Pered- 
bizhnogo Russkogo Teatra, N'iu 
York. 231 p. Russian title & author 
transliterated. © Vsevolod Homitzky; 
20Jul64; DP5452. 



Q. 



QUAKER CITY DODGE. Sheet. Commercial 
script. Appl. author: Eugene Robert 
Tanz. © Cox 8c Tanz Advertising 
Agency; 230ct64; 017143. 



A RAINY DAY IN NEWARK, a comedy in two 
acts by Howard Teichmann. New York, 
S. French. 94 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 10Jan63, DU56924 . ©Howard 
Teichmann; 2§Apr64 ; DP5520. 

RAISING A FAMILY IS DEDUCTIBLE, by John 
Cavallo. 1 v. Speech in five parts. 
© John Cavallo; 22Jul64; CI6975. 

THE RANSOM OF RED CHIEF, a play in two 
acts by 0. Henry; adapted by Anne 
Coulter Martens. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub . Co . 65 p . © Dramatic Pub . Co . ; 
15Sep64; DP5485. 

RAPE ACCORDING TO WEBSTER'S SECOND. 

GOOD WALLS MAKE GOOD WARS. 

THE RAPE OF BUNNY STUNTZ, a play in one 
act by A. R. Gurney, Jr. 1 v. © Al- 
bert R. Gurney, Jr.; 15Sep64; DU61186. 



PROFILES IN COURAGE. See 
ANDREW JOHNSON. 
ANNE HUTCHINSON. 
CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. 
EDMUND G. ROSS. 
FREDERICK DOUGLASS. 
OSCAR W. UNDERWOOD. 
PRUDENCE CRANDALL. 
ROBERT A. TAFT. 
SAM HOUSTON. 
W00DR0W WILSON. 



PROGRESSIVE WEIGHT CONTROL PROGRAM; 
ten recording scripts. 1 v. 
© Professional Health Services, Inc.; 
28Aug64; C17042. 

PROMETHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD, the second 
of two Prometheus plays, each in one 
act by Lawrence Wunderlich. 62 1. 
© Lawrence Wunderlich; l4Aug64; 
DU60990. 

PROPERTY. See 

KNUCKLE HEAD LANE. 

THE PROPOSAL, by Israel Dvorine. An 
adaptation of Chekhov's comedy of the 
same name. 21 1. © Israel Dvorine; 
30Nov64; DU61735. 

PROTAGONISTIN. See 
LADY OHNE KOMPLEXE. 



PRUDENCE CRANDALL, written by Andy 
Lewis (Andrew K. Lewis) Rev. final 
draft, Oct. 19, 1964. 58 1. 
(Profiles in courage, by John F. 
Kennedy) 4 acts. © Robert Saudek 
Associates, Inc.; 190ct64; DP5579. 

PSYCHOTHERAPIST. LOOKS AT SPIRITUAL 

HEALING. See 

EXCERPTS FROM THE LECTURE OF DR. 
HARMON H. BRO: A PSYCHOTHERAPIST 
LOOKS AT SPIRITUAL HEALING, 
OCTOBER 4 , 1964 . 



QUAND MEURENT LES CHEVAUX; recit en 
forme d 1 apologue a sept voix princi- 
pales de Andre Touranga, pseud, de 
Daniel Collet. Paris, R. Julliard. 
© Rene Julliard; 30May64; AFO-42834. 



THE QUANDARY; screenplay by Fred Much. 
67 1. 27 scenes. ©Fred J. Much; 
23Nov64; DU61583. 



QUARREL OF LOVERS AND OTHER SHORT 

SCENES, by Joe Molnar. 1 v. NM: revi- 
sions. © Joe Molnar; l40ct64; 
DU61397 . 

;QUE VIVA t.L PUENTE! See 
HURRAH FOR THE BRIDGE. 

QUEST FOR LOVE; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
William W. Marshall. 30 1. 
© William W. Marshall; l6Nov64; 
DU61659. 

QUICK DARKNESS. See 
YESTERDAY TO ETERNITY. 



THE QUIET DUEL, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mildred Hayes. 34 1. © Mildred 
Hayes; 17Aug64; DU60944. 



QUIZ FOOTBALL; script for radio or 
television series. Sheet. 
© A. P. Poston; 13Aug64; CI6968. 

QUOAT QUOAT, by Jacques Audiberti; 
English translation by Irving 
Pfefferblit. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Irving 
Pfefferblit; 23Jul64; DU60722. 



R 



THE RACE RACE, a comedy album created 
by Sandy Baron 8c Harvey Miller. 19 1. 
© Beresofsky-Skolnik, Inc.; 17Jul64; 
C16927 . 



RAPHAEL, THE HERALD ANGEL, a Christmas 
pageant by Merle Hudson. Based on 
the book Raphael, the herald angel, 
by Merle Hudson & David Appel. 
Bryan, Tex., G. Hix Pub. Co. 19 p. 
8 scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
9Feb62, DU54759. © Merle Hudson; 
1Nov64; DP5597. 

THE RARE BOOK ROOM, a play in one act by 
Sally Ordway. 17 1. © Sally Ordway; 
7Aug64; DU60808. 

RASTAI, I: Sutemose, Dainavos salies 
senu zmoniu padavimai, Pasakos; by 
Vincas Kreve. Lietuviu Enciklopedijos 
Leidykla. 415 p. © Juozas Kapocius; 
22Jul60; A717360. 

RASTAI, II: Siadinej pastogel, Zentas, 
Raganlus; by Vincas Kreve . Lietuviu 
Enciklopedijos Leidykla. 399 P- 
© Juozas Kapocius; 8Nov56; A717361. 

RASTAI, III: Sarunas; by Vincas Kreve. 
Lietuviu Enciklopedijos Leidykla. 
367 p. © Juozas Kapocius; 26Jan57; 
A717362. 



RASTAI, IV: Skirgaila, Likimo keliais; 
by Vincas Kreve . Lietuviu Enciklo- 
pedijos Leidykla. 368 p. © Juozas 
Kapocius; 19Aug57 (in notice: 1956); 
A717363. 

RASTAI, V: Mindaugo mirtis, Rytu 

pasakos, Miglose, Pagunda, Apsakymai; 
by Vincas Kreve. Lietuviu Enciklo- 
pedijos Leidykla. 367 p. © Juozas 
Kapocius; 310ct58; A717364. 

LES RATES; piece en 4 actes et 15 
tableaux d'apres un recit de A. P. 
Tchekov, le recit d'un inconnu. 
Adaptation de M. Bory. 60 1. 
© M. Bory; 19Aug64; DU60994 . 



RATON MESA, a three act play by Robert 
D. Fanta. 140 1. © Robert D. Fanta; 
8Sep64; DU61121. 



PUBLIC EYE. See 

THE PRIVATE EAR & THE PUBLIC EYE. 

PUBLIC SPEAKING CAN BE FUN. 1 v. 

© Frank W. Warrington, Jr.; 10Dec64; 
C17234 . 

THE PUMP, an original story written & 
adapted for television by William Day. 
31 1. © William Day; 50ct64; DU61318. 

PURSUE THE HORIZON, by Gloria Goldsmith. 
1 v. A play in three acts. 
© Gloria Goldsmith; 27Aug64; 
DU60908. 



RAG RUG FOR AN ULTIMATE RATHSKELLAR, 
an original one act play by Kathleen 
McGinnis. 25 1. © Kathleen C. 
McGinnis; 22Jul64; DU6O678. 

RAGANIUS. See 
RASTAI, II. 

THE RAILROAD RUSTLERS, by Elmer J. 
Carpenter. 26 1. A screenplay. 
© Elmer J. Carpenter; 23Nov64; 
DU61725. 



RAINWATER FOR EVERYBODY. 
INSIDE THE OUTSIDERS. 



See 



RAWHIDE; original story & screenplay 
by Lorene Scott. 32 1. © Lorene 
Scott; HAug64; DU60827. 



REACHING UPWARD, an Easter play by 
Florence Berry. Winona Lake, Ind., 
Rodeheaver, Hall-Mack Co. 16 p. 
3 acts. © Rodeheaver Co.; 29Dec64; 
DP5629. 



READY FOR LOVE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
T. M. Rohr. 34 1. © Theresa M. 
Rohr; 6Jul64; DU60595. 



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July-Dec. 



HEBEL DARKNESS; satire in three acts by 
M. T. Bennett. 48 1. © Marilyn T. 
Bennett; 4Dec64; DU61700. 

REBIRTH, by Edwin S. Reynolds. Sheet. 
© Edwin S. Reynolds; 30Sep64; C17101. 



RECOMPENSE. Sheet. © Edwin S. Reynolds; 
23Jun64; Cl6g4l. 

THE RECORD SALES PRESENTATION; an 

original sales presentation prepared 
for oral delivery. Prepared under 
the direction of Empire Builders Co. 
1 v. ©Empire Builders Co.; 7Dec64; 
C17230. 



RELIGIOUS PLAYS FOR AMATEUR PLAYERS, by 
Robert St. Clair. Minneapolis, T. S. 
Denison. 390 p. 17 plays. © T. S. 
Denison & Co . , Inc.; 20ct64; A724343. 

THE RELUCTANT DRAGON, by George C. 
Fosgate. Based upon the story by 
Kenneth Grahame . 37 1. A play in 
10 scenes. © George C. Fosgate; 
10Jul64; DU60641. 



RELUCTANT REUNION, a comedy in three 
acts by Paul Sammon. Evanston, 111., 
Row, Peterson. Ill p. © Row, Peter- 
son & Co., whose present corporate 
name is Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.; 
LSep59; DP5411. 



RETURN OF JACKIE MASON; MONOLOGUE ON 
DOUBT, by Howard Bloom. 9 1. 
© Howard Bloom; l6Nov64; C17l8l. 

RETURN OF THE HERO. See 
PADRIAC AND THE HERO. 

LA REVISTA SIGUE; 6, A las once, 

Pero shhhst! Comedia musical en dos 
actos y un pr61ogo, original de 
Alfredo Alaria, pseud, of Alfredo 
Oscar Allaria de Paula. Madrid. 
19 1. Book & lyrics only. © Alfredo 
Alaria; 21Mar64; AF22298. 



REVOLT OF MOTHER. 
THE NEW BARN. 



See 



RECRUITING OFFICER. See 
DER VJERBEOFFIZIER . 

RED BARN. See 

THE MURDER OF MARIA MARTEN. 

RED OWL TELE-BINGO. 36 1. Television 
script. Appl. author: Mark Zelenovich, 
Inc. ©Red Owl Stores, Inc.; 2Nov64 ■ 
C17155. 

THE RED PAGODA: THE MARTYRDOM OF 

BISHOP FORD, a play in three acts by 
William F. Lanahan. 56 1. © William 
F. Lanahan; l6Nov64; DU61576. 



RED RIVER, a play in three acts by 
S. William, pseud, of Samuel W. 
Murdoch. 56 1. © Samuel W. Murdoch; 
I40ct64; DU61399. 

RED SUSPENDERS, a musical comedy by 
W. E. Baldwin. 1 v. 2 acts. Book 
only. © William E. Baldwin; l6Sep64; 
DU61158. 

THE RED, THE PINK, AND THE TRUE BLUE, 
a one-act play by Paul Vincent Miller. 
30 1. © Paul Vincent Miller; 4Dec64; 
DU61804 . 

REDENCION, por Martin Agullar Rodri- 
guez. 154 p. 3 acts. © Martin 
Aguilar Rodriguez; 9Dec63; DP5468. 



REFLECTIONS OF A SOUL MATE, by Alan 
White (Russell Alan White) 1 v. 
© Alan White; 17Dec64; C17222. 

REFLECTIONS ON A CHRISTMAS TREE. See 
EVERGREEN. 

THE REFUSAL, a one act play by Mario 
Fratti. 34 1. © Mario Fratti; 
300ct64; DU61585. 



A REHEARSAL OF HAMLET, a one-act play 
by Carl Gardner. 40 1. © Carl 
Gardner; 17Jul64; DU60696. 



A RELATIVE TASK, a three act comedy by 
Lois Ryker. 1 v. © Lois C. Ryker; 
260ct64; DU61500. 

RELAXING WITH RELIGION. 4 1. Record- 
ing script. NM: additions. 
© Walter E. McGinn, Jr. & Irvin E. 
Cole; 13Aug64; CI6965. 

THE RELEASE, a play in two acts by 
Olln Nicholas Lynn. Suggested by a 
true story by Graham Cottle. 8l 1. 
© Olin Nicholas Lynn; 270ct64; 
DU61479. 

RELIGION AND PSYCHIC EXPERIENCE. See 
EXCERPTS FROM THE SEMINAR OF DR. 

HARMON H. BRO: RELIGION AND PSYCHIC 
EXPERIENCE, HELD AT WAINWRIGHT 
HOUSE, RYE, N. Y. , MARCH 6-8, 1964. 



REMEMBER ME; sermonette with organ 
background. Sheet. Appl. author: 
Cleophus Robinson. NM: additions. 
©Lion Pub. Co., Inc.; 10Aug64; 
CI6998. 



REMEMBER THE BRAVE, by Sister Cecilia 
Ward. 14 p. 11 scenes. NM: addi- 
tions. © Ginn & Co.; 13Nov63; 
DP5547. 



REMEMBER THESE YOUNG DAYS, a play in 
three acts, 'by James Facos. 75 1. 
© James Facos; 4Aug64; DU6O789. 

THE REMITTANCE MAN, a baroque morality, 
by Larry Johnson (Lawrence Harold 
Johnson) 74 1. A play In three 
acts. © Larry H. Johnson; 17Aug64; 
DU60934. 

RENDEZVOUS WITH YESTERDAY, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Sara Carey Bush. 3^ 1. © Sara 
Carey Bush; 31Aug64 ; DU61070. 

REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION 
ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT 
JOHN F. KENNEDY. See 
THE POWER OF DARKNESS IS THRUST FROM 
THE LIGHT. 

REPORT TO HEROD, a Christmas play in one 
act by Evelyn Neuenburg. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 16 p. ©Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 19Jun64; DP5419. 



REQUIEM; recitation by Dexter Shaffer. 
Sheet. © De-Shaf Music Co.; 9Nov64; 
C17167. 



REQUIEM FOR A PLAY; or, There is no 
tomorrow. By William Kranz . 75 1- 
A play in 2 acts. © William Kranz; 
15Jul64; DU60668. 



SEQUIEM FOR A PLAY; or, There is no 
tomorrow. By William Kranz. 1 v. 
A play in two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DU60668. NM: additions. © Wil- 
liam Kranz; 28Sep64; DU61250. 

THE RESERVATION, a comedy in one act by 
Martin Halpern. 64 1. © Martin 
Halpern; 27Jul64; DU60737. 

RESERVOIR OF DEATH, by Nick Lime & 
Tracy Shaw. 94 1. A screenplay. 
© Nick Lime & Tracy Shaw; 6Jul64; 
DU60610 . 



THE RETIREMENT HOTEL, in one act by 
Peter Salcher. 30 1. © Peter Sal- 
cher; l40ct64; DU61396. 



RETURN HOME, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Michael Fal- 
lon. 32 1. © Michael Fallon; l4Sep64; 
DU6ll8l. 



REVUE UNIQUE; humorous, satirical, 
paradoxal skits & short plays by 
David Lloyd Crowder. New York, 
S. French. 80 p. Appl, states prev. 
reg. as Unique, 1957, 1962. NM: revi- 
sions & additions. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 13May64; DP55C4 . 



RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS. 16 1. 3 lec- 
tures. (Hahnemann Medi-Disc, program 
XI) A recording script. © Silver 
Plastics, Inc.; 31Dec64; C17273. 

THE RHINOCEROS'S COLD LEG, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Alfred Guixogn. 32 1. © Alfred 
Guixogn; 2Nov64; DU61551. 



RHOADES 1 END, a drama in three acts, by 
J. J. Johnstone. 79 1. © Jodi Jay 
Johnstone; 13Jul64; DU60662. 



THE RICH HAVE NO MONEY, by Michael 
Brooks, pseud, of Robert M. Hoyt . 
1 v. A muscial play in 2 acts. 
© Robert M. Hoyt; 10Dec64; DU6187O. 

RICHARD II. See 

SIX PLAYS OF SHAKESPEARE: ROMEO AND 
JULIET, RICHARD II, AS YOU LIKE IT, 
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, OTHELLO, 
THE WINTER'S TALE. 



RICHARD THE LAST, a comedy by Edward 
Barry Roberts. 1 v. A play in three 
acts. © Edward Barrv Roberts; 
220ct64; DU61490. 



THE RICHEST GIRL IN THE WORLD; pilot 
film written by Sydney Chandler, 
pseud, of June Septant. Created by 
Fred B. Norman. 78 1. © June 
Septant; 10Dec64; DU61871. 

THE RICKSHAW BOY; a translation of Lao 
She's Lo-t'o Hsiang-tzu. By Richard 
F. S. 1 Yang & Herbert M. Stahl. 112 1. 
A play in 5 acts. © Richard F. S. 1 
Yang & Herbert M. Stahl; 2Nov64; 
DU61629. 



RIGHT AROUND HOME, by Jim Nesbitt. 
Sheet. © Peach Music; 27Nov64; 
C17226. 



THE RIGHT TIME OF DAY. 20 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Will 
Holt; 21Jul64; DU60712. 

RIGOLETTO. See 

SWING AND BE HAPPY. 

RING AROUND ROSY, a new musical comedy 
by Hal L. Greenfader. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Hal Lee Green- 
fader; 150ct64; DU61344. 

RING AROUND THE ROSE; script for radio 
or television series. Sheet. 
© A. P. Poston; 13Aug64; CI6973. 



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RINGO, THE DRUMMER; words & music by 
Gary Corry & Howard N. Lovdal. 
Sheet. © Howard N. Lovdal 8c Garry 
Corry; 8Dec64; C17213- 

RIVER FALLS, THE INSTITUTE. See 
KEEP YOUR MIND ON RESEARCH. 

ROBERT A. TAFT; written by William 
Hartley. Final draft. 53 1. (Pro- 
files in courage, by John F. Kennedy) 
4 acts. © Robert Saudek Associates, 
Inc.; 8Sep64; DP5513- 

ROBIN HOOD THE ARCHER, a dramatico- 
musical adaptation by Sylvia Thomas. 
29 1. 3 scenes. Book only. 
© Sylvia Semmler Thomas; 23Dec64; 
DU61943. 

ROBIN-MARTHA; an original story written 
& adapted for television by Wiluia 
Nowacki. 29 1. © Wilma Nowacki; 
8Dec64; DU6185I. 

ROCHE RECORD: PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATION. 

MANAGEMENT OF THE ALCOHOLIC PATIENT. 

SOLVING PROBLEMS IN THE DOCTOR- 
PATIENT RELATIONSHIP. 

A ROCKET IN HIS POCKET, a 3-act comedy 
farce by Tom Erhard. Evanston, 111., 
Row, Peterson. 112 p. © Row, Peter- 
son & Co., whose present corporate 
name is Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.; 
lSep60; DP5412. 

ROJA 23, by Patricia HInes Dizenzo. 

63 1. A play in three acts. © Patri- 
cia Hines Dizenzo; 10ct64; DU61280. 

ROMAN DRAMA; translated by Samuel 
Lieberman & Frank Justus Miller, 
with an introd. by Samuel Lieberman. 
New York, Bantam Books. 376 p. 
(A Bantam classic, NC244 ) (The Li- 
brary world of drama) Includes The 
legacy of Rome, by John Gassner. 
©Bantam Books, Inc.; 3Aug64 ; 
A732079. 

THE ROMANCE OF EIGHT FLAGS. 20 1. 
© Faith Murray Britton; 27Jul64; 
DU607 32 . 

ROMANICUS, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 
27 1. A screenplay. © Elmer J. 
Carpenter; 23Nov64; DU61720. 

ROMEO AND JULIET. See 

SIX PLAYS OF SHAKESPEARE: ROMEO AND 
JULIET, RICHARD II, AS YOU LIKE IT, 
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, OTHELLO, 
THE WINTER'S TALE. 

ROMEO UND JULIA IN BERLIN; Schauspiel 
von Gerd Oelschlegel. Reinbek bei 
Hamburg, Rowohlt Verlag. 108 p. 
© Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H. ; 17Feb57; 
DFI76I. 

RONZONI GRANO DURO; 60 sec, television. 
1 v. Commercial script. Appl . 
author: Mogul Williams & Saylor, Inc., 
employer for hire of Rita Patterson. 
© Mogul Williams & Saylor, Inc.; 
I6sep64; C17068. 

THE ROOM, a one act documentary by Nancy 
Lee Huber. 11 1. © Nancy Lee Huber; 
6Aug64; DU6076O. 

ROOMS, a play in one act for little 
theatres, colleges, and similarly 
advanced groups by Amelia L. Lapena. 
Elmsford, N. Y., Row, Peterson. 38 p. 
© Row, Peterson & Co., whose present 
corporate name is Harper & Row, Pub- 
lishers, Inc.; lSep6l; DP5414. 



ROSA MUNDI. See 
DEAR CAVENDISH. 



ROSEBED, a dramatic pantomine by 

Katharine W. Dexter. 1 v. 3 scenes. 
© Katharine W. Dexter; 2Dec64; 
DU61794 . 



ROSES ARE BLUE; story & screenplay by 
Garson Kanin. Nov. 18, 1962. l6l 1. 
© T. F. T. Corp.; 30Nov64; DU61777. 



ROSES ARE BLUE; story & screenplay by 
Garson Kanin. Sept. 18, 1964 . 
123 1. © T. F. T. Corp.; 30Nov64 ; 
DU61780. 



ROSS. See 

THE COLLECTED PLAYS OF TERENCE RATTI- 
GAN. 

ROUTE ONE, a play in one act by John 
Wolfson. 47 1. © John S. Wolfson; 
230ct64; DU61496. 



LE RUBE, a musical comedy-type French 
revue with original music. Book, 
lyrics, music by Doug Spears. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. DU60517. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Doug 
Spears; 10Aug64 ; DU60818. 

RUBINSTEIN: THE DEMON; complete opera 
in three acts. Libretto by P. A. Vis- 
kovatov after the drama by M. Y. 
Lermontov; synopsis & libretto trans- 
lated by Edward T. Salvato, Jr. 16 p. 
Libretto. © Ultraphone Records, Inc.; 
l4Sep64; DP5588. 



THE RUMBLE OF MOUNT RUSHMORE, by Gilbert 
D. Koritan. 1 v. Libretto. © Gil- 
bert D. Koritan; 200ct64; DU61379. 



RUMPELSTILTSKIN, a play for children 
by Elaine May. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Elaine May; 31Aug64; DU61059. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN, by Clay Boland, Jr. 
5 p. A musical play. © Clay A. 
Boland, Jr.; l8Dec64 ; DU61921. 

RUMPELSTILZCHEN, ein Marchen nach den 
Gebrudern Grimm von Hans Peter Doll 
und GUnther Fleckenstein. Reinbek 
bei Hamburg, Rowohlt Verlag. 59 p. 
Book & lyrics only. © Rowohlt 
Verlag, G.M.B.H.; lDec64; DFI747. 



RUN FROM THE DARKNESS, WALK INTO THE 
NIGHT, a drama in three acts by 
M. T. Bennett. 52 1. NM: revisions 
& additions. © M. T. Bennett; 
210ct64; DU61473. 

THE RUNAWAY HEART, a comedy in three 
acts by Ruth & Nathan Hale. New York, 
S. French. 91 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 31Dec63; DP5494. 

I RUSTEGHI. See 

THE VILLAGE GROUCHES. 

RUY BLAS. See 

THREE PLAYS BY VICTOR HUGO. 

RX MURDER. See 

PRESCRIPTION: MURDER. 



RX: WE WILL BURY YOU, a musical comedy. 
Music by Nat Glatt (Nathan Glatt), 
lyrics & book by Louis Kasten. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Louis Kasten & Nathan 
Glatt; 25Nov64; DU61758. 



SABBATI ZEVI. See 

THE COMING OF SABBATAI ZEVI. 

THE SABINE FARMER, a drama in two acts 
by T. S. Houlihan, Jr. 103 1. 
NM: revisions & additions. © T. S. 
Houlihan, Jr.; lDec64; DU61784 . 

SAFARI NORTH, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Frances 
Little. 55 1. © Frances Little; 
HAug64; DU60822. 

SAIL-WAVES, a musical play in two acts. 
Book & lyrics by David Eaton. 40 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © David C. Eaton; 
60ct64; DU61295. 



THE SAILBOAT IN THE BOTTLE, by Jorge 
Diaz. 42 1. A play in two parts. 
English translation by Jorge Canepa. 
© Jorge A. Canepa; 50ct64; DU61299. 



LE SAINT PRINCE; piece en 3 actes, 
suivi de Les Danaldes; piece lyrique 
en un acte, par Marguerite Liberaki. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 256 p. (Le Man- 
teau d'arlequin) ©Editions Galli- 
mard; 15Nov64; DFO-1335. 



SALOME; music drama in one act after 
Oscar Wilde's Tragedy. Music by 
Richard Strauss; English version by 
Charles Polachek. New York, 
G. Schirmer. 1 v. Libretto. 
(G. Schirmer's collection of opera 
librettos, Ed. 2585) Text in English 
& German. © on English translation; 
G. Schirmer, Inc.; 80ct64; DP5570. 

A SALUTE TO THE U. S. A. 1 V. A Show 
in three acts. Contents: A train 
ride. — Our country . --The grand march. 
© Cecelia LIpschltz; 2Sep64; C17004. 

SAM; based on the life & times of Mark 
Twain by Jerome Alden, pseud, of 
Jerome Lakefish. 1st draft Oct. 1964. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Jerome 
Alden; 24Nov64; DU61748. 

SAM HOUSTON; written by A. J. Russell. 
Final draft, July 13, 1964. 52 1. 
(Profiles in courage, by John F. 
Kennedy) 4 acts. ©Robert Saudek 
Associates, Inc.; 13Jul64; DP5457 . 



THE SAMOVAR, by Pat Foley (Patricia 
Anne Foley Pomerantz) 76 1. A play 
in two acts. © Patricia Pomerantz; 
3Nov64; DU61558. 

SAMSON AND DELILAH; opera in three acts. 
Music by Camille Saint-Saens, libretto 
by Ferdinand Lemaire, English transla- 
tion by Walter Ducloux. New York, 
G. Schirmer. 1 v. Libretto. 
(G. Schirmer's collection of opera 
librettos, Ed. 2578) Text in French & 
English. © on English translation; 
G.' Schirmer, Inc.; l4Sep64; DP5510. 

SAND IN THE OYSTER, by David S. Meranze. 
1 v. A play In three acts. NM: re- 
visions & additions. © David Samuel 
Meranze; 24Sep64; DU612J9. 

SANDRA: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF A CALL 
GIRL, a television film program by 
Bert Shaw. 20 1. © Bert Shaw & 
Mary Louisa Shaw; 9Jul64; DU60636. 



RYTU PASAKOS. 
RASTAI, V. 



See 



SARAH AND THE SAX. 
DOBULETALK. 



SARUNAS. See 
RASTAI, III. 



See 



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July-Dec. 



SATANS SYLLABUS, a comedy -drama In three 
acts by Charles J. Tierney. 56 1. 
© Charles John Tierney; 14Sep64; 
DU6ll69. 



SAUCE FOR THE GANDER, a comedy in three 
acts by Margaret Engler. 80 1. 
© Margaret Engler & Margot Engler Kll- 
bey; l8Sep64; DU61241. 



SAVONAROLA, a play in three acts, by 
Wallace Wlnchell. 1 v. © Wallace 
Winchell; 2Sep64; DU61097. 

SAY NOTHING, by James Hanley. 3 acts. 
(In Plays of the year. London. 
Elek Books, v. 27, p.353-'*57) 
NM: additions & revisions. © James 
Hanley; 29Jun64; DFO-I325. 

SCAIRDY-CAT: A musical play for 
children by Patricia Madsen. 1 v. 
2 scenes. © Patricia Dolan Madsen & 
Nathan Gluck; HJan65; DU6196I. 



SCARECROW. See 

THE IDIOT AND THE SCARECROW. 

THE SCARLET CARPET, by John McGrath; a 
play in two acts, four scenes & six 
characters. 135 1. © John E. 
McGrath; 2Sep64; DU6IO96. 

SCHEHERAZADE, by Leonard L. Perlmutter. 

1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Leonard L. 
Perlmutter; 23Dec64; DU61950. 

SCHISM. See 

FIVE SHORT PLAYS. 

SCHNABEL'S SHAMUS, by Elmer J. Carpen- 
ter. 24 1. A screenplay. © Elmer 
J. Carpenter; 24Aug64; DU6IOI9. 

SCHOOL FOR ACTORS, a play in four scenes 
by Irwin Chocheles. 65 1 . © Irwin 
Cocheles; 6jul64; DU60585. 

SCHOOL FOR WIVES. See 
THE AMOROUS FLEA. 

SCRAPE BOAT, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Charles 
K. Howard. 36 1. © Charles K. 
Howard; 8Sep64; DU61124 . 

SCUGNIZZI, a musical play by Richard 
Addesso. 1 v. 2 acts. © Richard 
Addesso; 230ct64; DU61497. 

SEARCH FOR A PRIZE, WITH A PRICE; 
written by Mike Gardner, pseud, of 
Walter Charles Gering. 8 1. 
© Mike Gardner; 2Dec64; CI7183. 

A SEASON FOR SAINTS, a three act play, 
by Brooks Peterson. 85 1. © Brooks 
Peterson; 2Sep64; DU61095. 

SEASON FOR SILHOUETTES, a musical-comedy 
revue by Robert S. McKanna. 40 1. 

2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 

© Robert Secor McKanna; 2Nov64; 
DP5614. 

THE SSCDND BEST MATADCR, by Ray 
Griffith (Raymond L. Griffith) & 
True Bowen (Flora True Bowen Olson) 
108 1. A play in 3 acts. © Raymond 
L. Griffith & True Bowen; 4Dec64 ; 
DU61805 . 

A SECOND BOOK OF PLAYS, by Crosby E. 
Redman; consultant, Francis Emery. 
New York, Macmillan. 366 p. (The 
Pageant of literature) NM: additions 
& revisions. © Macmillan Co.; 
4May64; A696467. 



THE SECOND DEADLY SISTER, by Palmer 
Andrews. Madrid. 213 P- 3 acts. 
© Palmer Andrews; 20Apr64; DP5432. 

SECOND HANDER. See 

GUNSMOKE: THE SECOND HANDER. 



SECOND PRIZE; from the published story 
by John Novotny in Fantasy and 
science fiction. Adapted for tele- 
vision by Erv Johnson, pseud, of 
L. Erwin Johnson. 1 v. © L. Erwin 
Johnson; 21Dec64; DU6l8l2. 

SECOND SET. See 

ANOTHER EVENING WITH BILL WILLOUGHBY: 
SECOND SET. 



THE SECOND SON, by Carolyn Richter. 
93 1. A play in 2 acts. © Carolyn 
Richter; 17Dec64; DU61915 . 

THE SECRET, by Stephen M. Schoen. 67 1. 
A screenplay. © Stephen M. Schoen; 
29Sep64; DU61268. 

THE SECRET AGENTS. (La guerre secrete) 
(Spione unter sich) An original film 
story by Jacques Remy & Jacques 
Laborie. 1 v. © Franco London Film, 
S.A. & Eichberg Film, G.M.B.H.; 
28Dec64; DU61965 • 

A SECRET IS A SECRET; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Helen Ward Rennie. 31 1- 
© Helen Ward Rennie; l6Nov64; 
DU61650. 



rHE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY; based 
on the classic story by James Thurber; 
book by Joe Manchester; lyrics by 
Earl Shuman; music by Leon Carr. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Joe 
Manchester; 25Nov64; DU61633. 



SEE HERE, SENATOR HARLEM, an original 
comedy in three acts by Michael Wisper 
& Lawrence Carnow. From an original 
idea by Michael Wisper. 83 1. 
© Michael Benjamin Wisper 8c Lawrence 
Edward Carnow; 24Dec64; DU61964 . 



SEEING EYES, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Grace 
Crocker. 31 1. © Grace Crocker; 
6jul64; DU60594. 

A SELF-INDICTMENT OF CHARLES WHITE, a 
play in three acts by Joseph A. 
Banik. 1 v. © Joseph A. Banik; 
10Aug64; DU60765- 



THE SELF-TORMENTOR. (Heautontimorumenos) 
By Terence; translated, with an intro- 
duction, by Frank 0. Copley. Indian- 
apolis, Bobbs-Merrlll. 59 p. (The 
Library of liberal arts, 149) 5 acts. 
© Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc.; 12Jun63; 
A706583. 

SELLING OUT, a play in two acts by 
Chris Cowap (Carolyn A. Cowap) 
Rev. Aug. 1964. 100 1. © Carolyn A. 
Cowap; 30Nov64; DU61768. 

SELLING SCOTSMAN TO THE FOOD SERVICE 
MARKET; recording script for Scotsman, 
Queen Products Division, Klng-Seeley 
Thermos Co. by Jam Handy Organization. 
12 1. © Scotsman, Queen Products 
Division, King-Seeley Thermos Co.; 
2Jul64; C16902. 

SELLING SCOTSMAN TO THE HOTEL-MOTEL 
MARKET; recording script for Scotsman, 
Queen Products Division, Klng-Seeley 
Thermos Co. by Jam Handy Organization. 



12 1. © Scotsman, Queen Products 
Division, King-Seeley Thermos Co.; 
2Jul64; C16901. 

SELLING SCOTSMAN TO THE LEISURE-LIVING 
MARKET; recording script for 
Scotsman, Queen Products Division, 
King-Seeley Thermos Co. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 10 1. © Scotsman, 
Queen Products Division, King-Seeley 
Thermos Co.; 2Jul64; CI6913. 



SELLING YOURSELF: HOW THE WAY YOU TALK 
TO PEOPLE CAM HELP YOU GET AHEAD, by 
Jessie S. Nirenberg In cooperation 
with Arthur Meyerhoff Assoc. 1 v. 
(looseleaf) Series of 8 reiording 
scripts. © Wm. Wrigley, Jr. Co.; 
24Dec64; CI7252. 

SEMI-DETACHED, a play in three acts by 
David Turner. Dramatists Play 
Service. 110 p. NM: revisions. 
© David Turner; l8Dec64; DP5619. 

SEMI-PRIVATE B, a comedy in one act by 
Tom Topor. 28 1. © Tom Topor; 
l4Dec64; DU61889. 



A SENSE OF SOMETHING MISSING; or, The 
LaDosha caper. A one act play, partly 
farce, by Bernard Sabath. 26 1. 
© Bernard Sabath; l4Sep64; DU6ll83. 

SEPARATE TABLES. See 

THE COLLECTED PLAYS OF TERENCE RATTI- 
GAN. 



THE SEQUENTIAL DRILL METHOD, A NEW 
CONCEPT IN TRAINING; by Summerour & 
Associates. 16 1. © Summerour & 
Associates, Inc.; 10Aug64; C16954. 

SERENADE, by Lou Michaels & Edward 
Schwartz. 105 1. A musical play 
in 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Edward Schwartz & Lou Michaels; 
2Jul64; DU60619. 

SERVICE ACTION; recording script for 
Oldsmoblle Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 10 1. © Oldsmoblle 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2Jul64; CI6909. 

SERVICES RENDERED, a comedy by 
J. Albert Fracht. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© J. Albert Fracht; 7Aug64 ; DU6O803. 

THE SETTING OF THE TRIBAL STAR, an orig- 
inal story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Tennessee Harris Pike. 36 1. 
© Tennessee Harris Pike; 21Sep64; 
DU61201. 



SEVEN AT A BLOW, by Maxwell J. Kelly. 
1 v. A play in two acts. © Maxwell 
J. Kelly; 6jul64; DU60593. 



SEVEN YEARS OF FAMINE, a play In three 
acts by Ben Wilensky (Benjamin Robert 
Wilensky) 69 1. © Ben Wilensky; 
6Nov64; DU61588. 



SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN, a play in three 
acts, by Lavonne Mueller. 89 1. 
© Lavonne Mueller; 2Sep64; DU61093. 



700 YEARS BAD LUCK, a play in three 
acts by Tony Webster. 1 v. © Tony 
Webster; 2Nov64; DU61476. 



7,000 TOMORROWS; 12 l/2 minute color 
motion picture prepared for Whirl- 
pool Corp. Writer: John Davenport. 
28 1. 60 scenes. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 10Aug64; CI6957. 



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123 



A SEVERED HEAD, by Iris Murdoch & J. B. 
Priestley; adapted from the novel by 
Iris Murdoch. London, S. French. 
72 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Iris Murdoch & J. B. Priestley; 
24jun64; DFO-1309- 

THE SHADOW OF DESTINY; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Bonita Roberts Lackey. 
34 1. © Bonita Roberts Lackey; 
200ct64; DU61456. 

SHADOW OF THE VALLEY. See 

FOUR CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOUS PLAYS. 



SHADOW ON THE HORIZON, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Olivia Edwards. 50 1. © Olivia Ed- 
wards; 50et64; DU613II. 



SHAKE RAG, a story of Mineral Point by 
Mary Kate Tews. 39 1- 6 scenes. 
©Mary Kate Tews; 6Aug64 ; DU60802. 



SHAKESPEARE FOR YOUNG PLAYERS, from tens 
to teens by Gertrude Lerner Kerman. 
Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y. , Harvey 
House. 256 p. 2 parts. © on illus.; 
Harvey House, Inc.; 150ct64; A724193. 
© on text; Gertrude Lerner Kerman; 
150ct64; A724194. 



SHAKESPEARE IN GERMANY, 1590-1700, with 
translations of five early plays. 
By Ernest Brennecke in collaboration 
with Henry Brennecke. [England] 
University of Chicago Press. 301 p. 
(Curtain playwrights) © University of 
of Chicago; 20Aug64; AI-9186. 

SHAPELESS SHIP. See 
THE SHIPLESS SAILOR. 

SHATTERED DREAMS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Iselina Murray. 42 1. © Iselina 
Murray; 25Aug64; DU61023. 

SHAUN, by Eliz GIo, pseud, of Ruth E. 
McAllister. 111. A television play. 
© Ruth E. McAllister; l8jun64; 
DU60577 ■ 



SHEENY COME SHEENY, an impressionistic 
one act play in four scenes by 
Robnarke, pseud, of Robert Anthony 
Narke. 1 v. © Robert Anthony Narke; 
31Aug64; DU61065. 



SHEIK A. PITCH; television play by 

Evelyn I. Jay (Evelyn I. Jay Leboutil- 
lier) 2 p. © Evelyn Leboutillier; 
21Jul64; C16931. 



SHELA, by Richard S. Garfield. 27 1. 
A play in 32 scenes. © Richard S. 
Garfield; 6Nov64; DU61598. 

SHELDRAKE, by Kermit Herd. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Appl. 
author: James Moosman. © Kermit 
Herd; 21Aug64; DU61000. 



SHE'LL NEVER MAKE A NUN; three act play 
by Ellen Kronner (Mrs. Francis R. 
Kronner) 29 1. © Ellen Kronner; 
260ct64; DU61506. 

THE SHELTER, an original drama in 
three acts by Marc P. Smith. 
1 v. © Marc P. Smith; 17Jul64; 
DU60767 . 

SHIP AHOY AN LET 'ER BUCK. See 
THE CAPTAIN AND THE COWBOY. 

785-097 O - 65 - 4 



THE SHIPLESS SAILOR; or, The shapeless 
ship. A play in three acts by Peter 
Hageman, pseud, of Darwin Ira Hageman. 
106 1. © Darwin Ira Hageman; 27 Jul64 ; 
DU60739. 

SHIPWRECK PARTY, by William Grefe. 

Ill 1. A screenplay. © William Grefe; 
l4Sep64; DU6ll82. 

SHIVAREE, by Gwen Leen. 97 1. A play 
in three acts. © Gwen Leen; 30Dec64; 
DU61984. 

THE SHOEMAKER'S DILEMMA; operetta in 
one act. Based on a story by Maurus 
Jokai; music, lyrics & dialogue by 
Richards H. Merley. 1 v. © Richards 
H. Merley; 23Jun64; DU60971. 

SHOOT AN ARROW, by Samuel Soffer. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Samuel 
Soffer; 9Dec64; DU61867 . 



SHOOT IF YOU MUST, a new musical. 
Sketches by Stan Freberg & Ken 
Sullet; words & music by Stan 
Freberg. 1 v. 2 acts. NM: 
additions. © Freberg Music Corp.; 
80ct64; DU61355. 



SHOOT IF YOU MUST, a new musical. 
Sketches by Stan Freberg & Ken 
Sullet; words & music by Stan 
Freberg. 226 1. 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. NM: additions. 
© Freberg Music Corp.; 27Jul64; 
DU6O688. 

SHOOTUP, a one act farce about the Old 
West by Douglas Bankson. 23 1. 
© Douglas Bankson; 28Sep64; DU61256. 

SHORT CUT TO THE LONG GREEN; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 11 1. © Oldsmo- 
bile Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2Jul64; C16907. 

SHORTY, by Otway Crockett. 1 v. A 
play in 2 acts. © Otway Crockett; 
23Nov64; DU61710. 

SHOSTAKOVICH, DMITRI. See 
KATERINA ISMAILOVA. 

SHOTGUN WEDDING, a three-act play by 
Larry Lee; original story by Jane 
Mann. 1 v. © Boris L. Petroff; 
10Sep64; DU61089. 

SHUN NOT THE STRUGGLE, by Rob & Jan 
Tucker (Robert Michael Tucker & 
Janice Ann Tucker) 40 1. A screen- 
play. S Robert Michael & Janice 
Ann Tucker; 3Aug64; DU60783. 

SIAUDINEJ PASTOGEJ. See 
RASTAI, II. 

SICKS DOZEN. See 
PINPOINT IN SPACE. 

THE SIEGE OF ALESIA, a fantasy by Clay- 
ton Koelb. Foreword by Daniel Selt- 
zer. 3 acts. (In Identity magazine. 
Cambridge, Mass. No. 21, p. 1-49) 
© Clayton T. Koelb, Jr.; 29May64; 
DP5594 . 

SIGN HERE, PLEASE; an original screen- 
play by Mel Harris. 75 1- 21 scenes. 
©Mel Harris; 80ct64; DP5584. 

SIGN OF HAPPINESS, a comedy in two acts 
by Paul M. Argentini. 1 v. © Paul 
M. Argentini; 30Jul64; DU60755. 



SILENT NIGHT, a Christmas play by 
Ernest K. Emurian. Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver, Hall-Mack Co. 
16 p. 4 scenes. © Rodeheaver Co.; 
70ct64; DP556O. 

THE SILENT ONE, a play in three acts by 
Ray Hamby (Raymond Irvin Hamby) 69 1. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Ray 
Hamby; 130ct64; DU61374 . 

THE SILKY, by Jim Way (James Way) & 
Eugene F. Morrill. 37 1- A screen- 
play. © Eugene F. Morrill & James 
Way; 90ct64; DU61356. 

SIMON, by Fred Feirstein. 53 1. 
A play in one act, four scenes. 
© Fred Feirstein; 29Dec64; DU61972. 

SIMON BOCCANEGRA; melodrama in three 
acts & a prologue. Music by Giuseppe 
Verdi; text by Francesco Maria Piave, 
based on the drama by Antonio Garcia 
Gutierrez with modifications by Arrigo 
Boito; English version by Mary Ellis 
Peltz. New York, G. Schirmer. 1 v. 
Libretto. (G. Schirmer' s collection 
of opera librettos, Ed. 2586) Text 
in .English & Italian. © on English 
translation; G. Schirmer, Inc.; 
60ct64; DP5571. 

SIMON LEGREE, 1964, a play in three 
acts by Helen Gerry. 34 1. © Helen 
Gerry; 28Aug64 ; DU61047 . 

SING A SONG OF SIXPENCE, by Samuel A. 
Rulon. 2 v. A musical play in two 
acts. © Samuel A. Rulon; 2Sep64; 
DU61101. 

SINGLE, DOUBLE OR TRIPLE; script for 
radio or television series; episode 
no.l, clue letter A. 1 v. 
© A. P. Poston; 20Jul64; CI6976. 

THE SIX AGES OF MAN, by Brown, Apple- 
baum & Mast. 2 v. A musical play. 
© Robert Applebaum, Steve Brown & 
Gerald Mast; 13Aug64; DU60972. 

SIX CHARACTERS AND A DOG ON A VERY 
WINDY DAY, a film by Fred Mogubgub & 
Irene Trivas. 47 1. © Fred Mogubgub 
& Irene Trivas; l4Dec64; DU6189O. 

A SIX DAY WEEK; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Howard W. Kelm. 34 1. © Howard W. 
Kelm; 8Dec64; DU61854 . 

THE SIX FOOT CARNIVAL. 20 1. A play. 
© Paul Winston Elliott; 7Aug64; 
DU60812. 

SIX PLAYS OF SHAKESPEARE: ROMEO AND 
JULIET, RICHARD II, AS YOU LIKE IT, 
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, OTHELLO, 
THE WINTER'S TALE. Edited with an 
introduction & notes by Charles J. 
Hill. Boston, Houghton Mifflin. 
562 p. (Riverside editions, B79- 
General editor: Gordon N. Ray) 
NM: "editorial revision". ©Charles 
J. Hill; 2Jan64; A707601. 

THE SIXTEENTH LADY; part 2 by Eugene 
G. Barber. 1 v. A screenplay. 
© Eugene G. Barber; 6Nov64; DU61597. 

SKIRGAILA. See 
RASTAI, IV. 

THE SKY IS FALLING, a comedy-fantasy in 
three acts by Elizabeth Hall, pseud, 
of Bettye Knapp. Elmsford, N. Y. , 
Row, Peterson. 120 p. © Row, Peter- 
son & Co., whose present corporate 
name is Harper & Row, Publishers, 
Inc.; lSep6l; DP5410. 



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THE SKY IS GREEN, by Brian Gear. 
2 acts. (In Plays of the year. 
London. Elek Books, v. 27, p.l43- 
223) © Brian Gear; 29Jun64; DFO-1323. 



THE SKYLARK OF STRATFORD, a play in the 
Elizabethan style suggested by the 
novel, Master Skylark, by John 
Bennett. By Edwin A. Coleman. 
°9 1. 13 scenes. © Edwin A. Cole- 
man; 5Aug64; DP5441. 

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT, a play in two acts 
by Richard P. French. 113 1. 
© Richard P. French; 200ct64; 
DU61450. 

THE SLAVE, a fable in a prologue & two 
acts by LeRoi Jones. 1 v. © LeRoi 
Jones; 24Aug64 ; DU61005 . 

SLAVE. See 

DUTCHMAN AND THE SLAVE. 

SLAYING OF THE INNOCENTS. See 

THE PLAY OF HEROD & THE SLAYING OF 
THE INNOCENTS. 

SLEEPING PRINCE. See 

THE COLLECTED PLAYS OF TERENCE RATTI- 
GAN. 

SLEEPY HOLLOW, a musical version of the 
- story by Washington Irving; words & 
music by Norman H. Van Diest. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Sleepy Hollow. NM: 
revision. © Norman H. Van Diest; 
llAug64; DU60759. 

A SLIP HERE AND THERE, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by E. M. Fowler. 31 1. 
© Eslie M. Fowler; 6Jul64; DU60598. 

SLURRY THICKENING, PRINCIPLES AND 
DESIGN; notes prepared for lectures 
to friends on the subject of hydrau- 
lics by Howard B. Clark. 8 1. 
© Howard Bruce Clark; l6Nov64; 
C17159. 



A SMALL MATTER OF MURDER, an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Dale London. 30 1. 
© Dale London; 25Aug64; DU61026. 

THE SMUGGLER AND THE LADY, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Guy M. Carson. 33 1. 
© Guy M. Carson; 6Jul64; DU606OO. 



THE SNATCHERS, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 
26 1. A screenplay. © Elmer J. 
Carpenter; 24Aug64; DU61016. 



SNOW, RAIN OR SLEET, a 3 act drama for 
6 men, 4 women by William Sperling. 
52 1. © William Sperling; 23Nov64; 
DU61714 . 

SNOWAUGEL. See 

CAGES: SNOWANGEL, EPIPHANY. 

THE SNOWKEEPER'S CHRISTMAS, by 
J. D. Fox. 1 v. A play. 
© J. D. Fox; 21Decb4; DU61924 . 

SO LIKE A WANTON BIRD, a drama by 
Fllip Field, pseud, of Joseph H. 
Field. 1 v. 2 parts. © Joseph 
Haney Field; 3Aug64; DU60782. 

SO SUDDEN! An original screenplay by 
Milton Saul. 148 1. © Milton E. 
Saul; 17Aug64; DU60938. 



SO THIS IS PARIS, a musical comedy in 
two acts. Book by Al Simmons, lyrics 
by Elsie Simmons, music by Larry 
Wagner. 2 v. Book, lyrics & vocal 
score. NM: musical score. © Lancer 
Productions; lSep64; DP5583. 

SO, WHAT CAN I TELL YOU? A Tramedy by 
Frank Bowen, pseud, of Francis William 
Daly Bowen. 96 1 . A play in two acts. 
© Frank Bowen; 28Aug64; DU61189. 

SODOM AND GOMORRAH, by Nikos Kazantzakis. 
A play translated by Angelo James 
Skalafuris. 91. © Angelo James 
Skalafuris; 4jan65; DU61906. 

SOLARIS, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Rosemary 
J. Thomas. 33 1. © Rosemary J. 
Thomas; 2Nov64; DU61548. 

A SOLDIER FROM THE SOUTH, an educational, 
comical & patriotic drama in four 
acts by E. C. Campbell. 35 1. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Emmett 
Cadwallader Campbell; HJan65; 
DU61955 • 

SOLVING PROBLEMS IN THE DOCTOR-PATIENT 
RELATIONSHIP. 1 v. (Roche record: 
Psychiatric consultation no. 2) 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
World Wide Medical News Service. 
©Hoffmann-La Roche, Inc.; 29Jul64 ; 
C16940. 

SOME HEROES OF OUR TIMES; three one 
act plays by David Laurler, pseud, of 
Milton D. Lowenstein. 1 v. Contents: 
Lashanah haba, ah: later. --Child 
bride. --It costs the city a lot of 
dough. © Milton D. Lowenstein; 
30Dec64; DU61897. 

SOME RUN FASTER; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Lester Wm. Thomas, pseud, of Lester 
W. Lord. 30 1. © Lester W. Lord; 
8Dec64; DU6185O. 

SOME WINTER GAMES, a new play by Robert 
Koesis. 1 v. 3 acts. © Robert 
Koesis; 28Jul64 ; DU60750. 

SOMETHING'S GOTTA GO! A comedy in 
three acts, by Kathleen Bird Lund. 
67 1. © Kathleen Bird Lund; HAug64; 
DU60874. 

THE SON OF BANANA BOAT BEAT. (The son 
of banana boat beatnik) Original 
screenplay by Jack P. Bluestein. 
A sequel to Banana boat beat by Jack 
P. Bluestein. 42 1 . © Jack Paul 
Bluestein; 30Dec64; DU61988. 

SONG OF HIAWATHA. See 
TALES FROM HIAWATHA. 

SOUND AND THE SILENCE. See 
A TRILOGY OF LIFE AND DEATH. 

SOUND EFFECT YOU MUCH? Sound narration 
for tour department sound effects 
exhibit by John M. Badham. 1 v. 
6 tape recording scripts. © John M. 
Badham; l6Nov64; C17192. 

SOUND FROM HEAVEN. See 
MODERN CHANCEL DRAMAS. 

THE SOUND OF AFRICA. 19 1. A script. 
Appl. author: James Co. © Rand 
McNally & Co.; l4Dec64; C17216. 

A SOUND OF SILENCE, a play by Harold 
Willis. 1 v. 2 acts. © Harold 
Willis; 6Nov64; DU61591. 



THE SOUNDS OF THE STREET; musical by 
Doris I. Jones, composer & author. 
Adapted for stage by Claudia Young 
from an original script. Arranger, 
Linda Goffen. 1 v. 2 acts. © Doris 
I. Jones; 260ct64 ; DU6l4l4 . 

SOUTH' S SECOND SECESSION. See 

LECTURE ON THE GREAT KU KLUX KLAN 
CONSPIRACY. 

SPACE-AGE HEIR; an original play in one 
act by Doris R. Brazeal (Dana V. 
Harris, pseud.) 50 1. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Doris R. Brazeal; 
6Nov64; DU61524. 

SPACE-AGE STORY, by Doris R. Brazeal 
(Dana V. Harris, pseud.) 55 1. 
An original play in one act. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Doris R. 
Brazeal; HDec64; DU61873. 

SPACE HOUSE, a three act play by Alice 
Penney Baldwin. 60 1. © Alice 
Penney Baldwin; 20Aug64; DU60983. 

SPEAK AND READ FRENCH; or, Speak and 
read essential French. 1 v. Narra- 
tion & reading script. © Paul Pim- 
sleur; 12Aug64; C17018. 



SPECIAL MATERIAL FOR BILL WILLOUGHBY, 
by Bob Baker (Frederick R. Baker) & 
Jeanne Baker. 11 1. Script. 
© Bob Baker & Jeanne Baker; 8Sep64; 
C17060. 



THE SPHINX AND MAN OF STRAW, by Oscar 
Kokoschka; translated by Kurt Cerf. 
5 1. English translation of Sphinx 
und Strohmann. © Kurt Cerf; HAug64; 
DU60761. 



SPHINX AND STRAWMAN, a curiosity by 

Oskar Kokoschka. 6 1. English trans- 
lation of Sphinx und Strohmann. 
© Oskar Kokoschka; 20ct64; DU61289. 

SPHINX UND STROHMANN. See 
THE SPHINX AND MAN OF STRAW. 
SPHINX AND STRAWMAN. 

SPINAL MENINGITIS CONVULSIONS, by Ila 
B. Foote. 19 1. © Ila B. Foote; 
13Jul64; C16924. 

SPIONE UNTER SICH. See 
THE SECRET AGENTS. 

SPINNING ON THE WIND, by Doris Julian. 
1 v. A play in two acts. © Doris 
Julian; 10Sep64; DU6ll42. 



THE SPIRITED SPEAKS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Rex Leare. 33 1. © Rex Leare; 
l4Sep64; DU61177. 



SPREAD EAGLE; or, Dirty birds; or, 
Glimpse of glory. By Georgeanne, 
pseud, of Bulah Ann Henry. 22 1. 
A play in 2 scenes. © Bulah Ann 
Henry; 9Dec64; DU61791. 



SPREAD THE GOOD WORD; book & lyrics by 
John E. Schroeder, musical themes by 
John E. Schroeder & Dana Haigh, 
arranged by Dana Haigh. 2 v. 
A play in three acts. © Key Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 10Sep64; DU61145. 

SPRING FEVER, a farce in three acts by 
Glenn Hughes. Rev. ed. , 1961. Elms- 
ford, N. Y., Row, Peterson. 102 p. 
© Row, Peterson & Co., whose present 
corporate name is Harper & Row, Pub- 
lishers, Inc.; lSep6l; DP5409. 



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SPRING FROLICS, a musical satire. Book, 
music & lyrics by Thomas L. Merri- 
weather. Contributory dialogue by 
Irma McClaurin. 1 v. 9 scenes. 
©Thomas L. Merriweather; 10Aug64 ; 
DU6o8l7 . 

SPY ON THE SEINE, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 
28 1. A screenplay. © Elmer J. 
Carpenter; 23Nov64; DU61723- 

STALEMATES, by Allan Knee. 25 1. A 
play. © Allan Knee; 28Aug64; 
DU61054 . 

THE STAR. (The magic basket) An 

original television play for children 
by Carol & Gordon Gregg. Acting ed. 
23 1. © Carol Gregg & Gordon Gregg; 
l4Dec64; DU61883. 

STAR IN YOUR HEART. See 
LOVE'S WAY IS ALL WAYS. 

STAR OP THE MORNING; scenes in the life 
of Bert Williams by Loften Mitchell. 
Music & lyrics by Louis Mitchell 
& Romare Beardon & Clyde Fox. 2 v. 
2 acts. Appl. author: James Morris. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Louis D. 
Mitchell; 7Dec64; DU61699. 



STARLIGHT DESTINY; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Van Dee Garner. 30 1. © Van Dee 
Garner; 9Nov64; DU616OI. 



STARTS FROM BEGINNING. 
KEZDODIK ELCLROL. 



See 



THE STATUE, a one act play by Vincie 
Dl Maggio (Vlncenza V. Di Maggio) 
37 1. © Vincenza V. Di Maggio; 
l4Sep64; DU61175. 

STAUB AUF DEM PARADIES; Komb'die von 
Gerd -Oelschlegel . Reinbek bei Ham- 
burg, Rowohlt Verlag. 133 P. 
5acts. © Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 
100ct57; DF1753. 

A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION, a comedy 
by Tom Skinner- Jones, pseud, of 
Tommy Ray Jones. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Tommy Ray Jones; 13Nov64; DU61648. 

STEP INTO A DREAM, by Al Avellino tc 
George Stillman. A musical comedy. 
82 1. - Book only. © George Vincent 
Stillman & Al Avellino; 7Aug64; 
DU60899. 



STONE THROUGH THE WINDOW, a play in 
three acts by Elias Gilner. 96 1. 
© Elias Gilner; 31Aug64; DU61061. 



THE STONES CRY OUT, a one -act drama for 
an all-male cast by Ernest C. Ferlita. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson. 28 p. 
© Row, Peterson & Co., whose present 
corporate name is Harper & Row, Pub- 
lishers, Inc.; lSep6l; DP5405. 

STOP, LOOK, AND LISTEN, a play in three 
acts by Hal O'Neil Kesler. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 91 p. © Hal 
O'Neil Kesler; 4Sep64; DP5492. 

STOP THE WEDDING; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Doris Lee Darmstatter. 33 1- 
© Doris Lee Darmstatter; 190ct64; 
DU61430. 

STORM OVER CYPRUS; film scenario by 
James Xanthos . 55 1- © James 
Xanthos; 120ct64 : DU61367. 



THE STORY OF SANTA CLAUS, by Edward R. 
Muscare. 8 1. A true fairy tale. 
© Edward R. Muscare; 4Sep64; DU6H60. 

THE STORY OF THE OTHER WISE MAN, adapted 
for recording by Richard Gray & Mayo 
Loiseau, pseud, of Mayo Loizeaux. 
From an original story by Henry Van 
Dyke. 27 1. © Richard Gray & Mayo 
Loiseau; 260ct64; C17136. 

A STRANGE ANALOGY, by Rochelle Philipp. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. NM: additions. 
©Rochelle Philipp; 22Jul64 ; DU60720. 



STRANGE STREET SCUFFLE. 
THE SYMPTON. 



See 



THE STRANGER CAME, BUT FEW KNEW WHY, 
an original three act play by Robert 
George Lang. 67 1. © Robert George 
Lang; 20ct64; DU61286. 

THE STRAY HUSBAND, a comedy in four 
acts by E. Halter-Zalud. 1 v. 
© E. Halter-Zalud; 8Dec64; DU61827 . 



THE STREET, an original screenplay by 
Stephen G. Pappas, Jr. 1 v. 
36 scenes. © Stephen G. Pappas, Jr.; 
9Jul64; DU60634. 



STREET OF GOOD FRIENDS. 
TWO SHORT PLAYS. 



See 



STREETS OF GOLD, by Herman Buchman. 
87 1. A screenplay. NM: additions & 
revisions. ©Herman Buchman; 17Nov64; 
DL'6l680 . 

STRIA: A play in four acts by Anastas- 
ios, pseud, of Anastasios G. Bechas. 
99 I- © Anastasios G. Bechas; 
200ct64; DU61448. 

STRICTLY FOR LAFFS by Ellen Kronner 
(Mrs. Francis R. Kronner) 9 1. 
A skit. © Ellen Kronner; 260ct64; 
DU61505. 



STRICTLY, OUT TO LUNCH, by Phil 

Grecian (Philip Grecian) & Ed Trast 
(Edward Trast) 103 1. A play in 
3 acts. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Ed Trast & Phil Grecian; l4Dec64; 
DU61884 . 



STRIVE; an original story written 8c 

adapted for television by Charles Syl- 
vester. 35 1. © Charles Sylvester; 
190ct64; DU61432. 

THE STRUCTURE OF THE SUN AND LIKE STARS, 
by Edward Bernard. 2 1. © Edward 
Bernard; 21Aug64; CI6999. 



STUDIOS, by Rochelle Philipp. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Rochelle 
Philipp; 22Jul64; DU60721. 



A STUDY IN BLACK AND WHITE IN THE CITY 
OF THE QUEEN OF THE ANGELS, an orig- 
inal story written & adapted for 
television by E. 0. Zimmermann. 
32 1. © E. 0. Zimmermann; 25Aug64; 
DU61033. 

SUBSTITUTE HUSBAND, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Ernest D. Gaffney. 32 1. © Ernest 
D. Gaffney; 17Aug64; DU60945. 



SUCCESS STORY, by Lewis Beach, pseud, 
of Andrew C. Mayer. 67 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Andrew C. Mayer; 
10Jul64; DU60650. 



THE SUITOR; opera in three acts. Music 
by Sergius Kagen, libretto by Sergius 
Kagen. Based on Moliere ' s farce 
Monsieur de Pourceaugnac . 50 1. 
Libretto. © Genevieve Greer Kagan 
a.k.a. Mrs. Sergius Kagen; l4Dec64; 
DU61789. 

THE SUMMONS, a music dance-drama in 
one act; libretto by James W. Brock; 
music by Anthony J. Taffs. 182 p. 
© James Brock & Anthony Taffs; 
9Jul64; DU6O640. 



SUNDAY ANOTHER DAY; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mrs. E. J. Kessler. 34 1. ©Mrs. 
E. J.' Kessler; 8Dec64; DU61837. 

THE SUNDAY PROMENADE, a play in three 
acts and an epilogue by Lars Forssell. 
Translated by Harry G. Carlson. 98 1. 
© Harry G. Carlson; l8Nov64; DU6163I. 

A SURE CURE FOR LOVE, a comedy in one 
act by John Kirkpatrick. New York, 
S. French. 31 p- © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 29Apr64; DP5508. 



SURE DEATH; an original story written & 
adapted for television by Stan Lee, 
pseud, of Stanley R. Lesiak. 36 1. 
© Stanley R. Lesiak; 200ct64; 
DU61452. 

THE SURVEILLANCE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Tim Parker. 32 1. © Tim Parker; 
2Nov64; DU61553. 

SUTEMOSE. See 
RASTAI, I. 

SVENGALI, by Diane Rogers & Edith 
Lynn. 30 1. A screenplay. 
© Edith Lynn & Diane Rogers; 
23Jul64; DU60842. 

THE SWALLOW'S FUNERAL; or, Not everybody 
can get drunk. By Gene Pierce, pseud. 
of Sandra Jean Pierson. 88 1 . A play 
in three acts. © Sandra Jean Pierson; 
l4Sep64; DU6H56. 

SWEET MEMORIES, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by Leona 
Murray. 32 1. © Leona Murray; 
50ct64; DU61313. 

THE SWEET TASTE OF GREEN, by Lodovico 
Lorito. 46 1. A play in four acts. 
© Lodovico Lorito; 50ct64; DU61321. 

SWEETER THAN HONEY. See 
THAT INTERIOR DECORATOR. 

A SWELL GUY, a play in three acts, 
by Richard Gosswiller. 1 v. 
© Richard E. Gosswiller; 26Aug64; 
DU61038. 

SWING AND BE HAPPY, a musical comedy 
by Kenn Stuart, pseud, of Kenneth 
Norman Arthur Stubbs & Kay Zeller. 
Based on the opera, Rigoletto, by 
Giuseppe Verdi. 75 1- 2 acts. 
Libretto. © Kenneth Norman Arthur 
Stubbs & Kav Zeller; 17Nov64; 
DU61575 . 

SWITCHED AT THE CROSSROADS; or, Truth 
will oust. By John Healy. Cody, 
Wyo., Pioneer Drama Service. 21 p. 
© Pioneer Drama Service; 15Aug64; 
DP56OI. 

THE SWORD AND THE SCROLL, a drama in 
three acts by Thomas R. Atkins. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson. 60 p. 
© Row, Peterson & Co., whose present 
corporate name is Harper & Row, Pub- 
lishers, Inc.; lSep59; DP5402. 



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July-Dec. 



A SYLLABUS OF COMMONSENSE ETHICS, also 
an elementary oouTse in the history 
of significant ideas, by 0. C. Craw- 
ford. 1 v. © Cecil Clement Crawford; 
12Aug64; C16996. 

SYLVIE, a play in three acts by Gene 
Pierce, pseud, of Sandra Jean Pier- 
son. 65 1. © Sandra Jean Pierson; 
23Sep64; DU61233. 



THE SYMPTON; TV series, first story: 
A strange street scuffle. 1 v. 
© I. Thany; 24Dec64; DU61962. 



T. R. , by Hermann Hagedorn & Allan 
Kenward. 200 1. A play in three 
acts. © Allan R. Kenward 8c Estate 
of Hermann Hagedorn; llDec64; 
DU61787 . 



TAKE A BITE, a musical comedy about 
Count Dracula with suggested lyrics 
by Richard Erickson & Dean Mcllnay 
(Robert D. Mcllnay) 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Richard 
Erickson & Dean Mcllnay; 6Jul64; 
DU60625. 

TAKE A LETTER; script for radio or 
television series. Sheet. 
© A. P. Poston; 13Aug64; CI6967. 

TAKE ME TO YOUR PRESIDENT, a comedy in 
two acts adapted by Christopher 
Sergei from the book by Leonard 
Wibberley. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. 
Co. 139 p. © Leonard Wibberley & 
Christopher Sergei; 150ct64; DP5565 . 

TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN, a play by 

Thomas Conklin. 34 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as They say such things 
and they do such things. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Thomas Conklin; 
17Aug64; DU60955. 



TAKE YOUR PICK, WE'RE ALL AMERICANS, 
by Joseph Anthony. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Joseph Anthony; 20Jul64; 
DU60706 . 



TALE FOR TWO; musical. Music, lyrics & 
book by John Robinson; script by John 
Robinson & James N. Gaffney. Adapted 
from A tale of two cities, by Charles 
Dickens. 1 v. 2 acts. Book only. 
© John Robinson & James N. Gaffney; 
l8Nov64; DU61643. 



TALE OF TWO CITIES. 
TALE FOR TWO. 



See 



TALES FROM HIAWATHA; text & songs by 
Mary Arden, pseud, of Mary Louise 
Krimm, & Lilian Bolt. Based on 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's The song 
of Hiawatha. 2 v. © Mary Arden & 
Lilian Bolt; l6Nov64; DU61566. 



TALK TO THE WALL, a comedy, by 

Edmund Morris. 1 v. A play In three 
acts. S Edmund Morris; 13Aug64; 
DU60857 . 



TALKING FATHER DUBAY BLUES; words & 
music by Tony Townsend (James Anthony 
Townsend) Sheet. © Tony Townsend; 
30Sep64; C17098. 



TAMARA'S JEWEL, a Christmas play in one 
act by Dorine Cornell Lord. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 31 p. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 23Sep64; DP5525. 



TAMING THE WEST, a light opera in one 
act for radio or tape-recorded pre- 
sentation. Book, music & lyrics by 
Neil E. Moyer. 1 v. © Neil Elliot 
Moyer; 2Jul64 ; DU60582 . 

TANGERINE SKY. See 
THREE BY THREE. 

THE TASK; variety, for serial shows by 
I. Thany, pseud, of Imre Tlhanyi. 
1 v. Television script. © I. Thanv 
12Nov64; C17151. 

THE TEA BAG; an advertising promotion, 
parts one through eight. 8 1. 
Script. © John Cavallo; 9Sep64; 
C17061. 

THE TEASERS, a comedy series by Travilla 
Deming. 19 1. © Travilla Deming; 
l4Dec64; DU61886. 

TEEN ON A TANGENT, a comedy-drama in 
three acts by Esther Olson. Evans- 
ton, 111., Row, Peterson. 88 p. 
© Row, Peterson & Co., whose present 
corporate name is Harper & Row, Pub- 
lishers, Inc.; lSep6l; DP5413. 

TELEMACHUS CLAY, a collage for voices 
by Lewis John Carlino. New York, 
Random House. 114 p. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1962 & 1963. 
© on new material; Lewis John Carlino; 
27May64; DP5448. 

TELESCOPE, a one-act play by William 
Paulk. 14 1. © William Paulk; 
20Jul64; DU60705. 



TELL IT TO THE WIND, a Nativity play in 
one act for seven women by Edward 
Murch. [England] Yennadon Plays. 
32 p. © Edward Murch: 17Sep64; 
DF1738. 

TELL IT TO THE WIND. See 

A TRILOGY OF LIFE AND DEATH. 



TELL ME YOUR ANSWER TRUE, an old-fashion- 
ed morality play, a case history, a 
melodrama, a tragedy, in two acts by 
Anne Sexton. 83 1. © Anne Sexton; 
60ct64; DU61336. 

THE TEMPEST, by William Shakespeare; 
edited by Oscar James Campbell, Alfred 
Rothschild, Stuart Vaughan. New York, 
Bantam Books. 203 P- (A Bantam 
classic, SC253) 5 acts. NM: re- 
visions & additions. © Bantam Books, 
Inc.; 28Sep64; A732076. 



THE TEMTATION OF CHRISTIE, by Manuel 
Freedman. 74 1. A play. © Manuel 
Freedman; 19Nov64; DU61689. 



THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, by Ghersen Kauf- 
man. 31. A monolog. © Ghersen 
Kaufman; 29Dec64; C17271. 

TEN FAMILIES, by Debs Kopel. 20 1. 
2 acts. © Debs Kopel; 12Aug64; 
DU60843. 



TENDER IS THE HEART; screenplay by Bob 
Valentine (Robert Valentine) 60 1. 
3 acts. © Bob Valentine; 24Aug64; 
DU61009. 

TERROR IN THE SUBURBS, a suspense- 
comedy in three acts by Francis L. 
Stuart, pseud, of Mrs. Norman Rafel. 
Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson. 110 p. 
© Row, Peterson & Co., whose present 
corporate name is Harper & Row, Pub- 
lishers, Inc.; lSep59; DP5401. 



TEX RICKARD STORY. 
NEVER LOOK BACK. 



See 



TEXAS UNDER SIX FLAGS, a narrative his- 
tory of Texas for stage presentation 
by Mark D. Sullivan. 4 1. © Mark D. 
Sullivan; 24Dec64; C17247. 

THAN OURS, a play with verse, songs & 
dances for the races & for the runners, 
in five scenes by Ron Forbes (Ronald 
F. S. Forbes) 1 v. © Ronald F. S. 
Forbes; 3Sep64; DU61219. 

THAT CASSIDY BOY! A comedy in one act 
by J. R. Allen. Boston, Baker. 24 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; l6Dec64; DP5620. 

THAT FIVE AYEM JAZZ, a one act musical 
in the form of a discotheque by Will 
Holt. 19 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Will Holt; 17Sep64; DU61214. 

THAT HURON MAN; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Pamela Mak, pseud, of Steve Woloszyn. 
31 1. © Steve Woloszyn; 8Dec64; 
DU61862. 

THAT INTERIOR DECORATOR; or, Sweeter 
than honey. A comedy in three acts 
by Lee D. Haas & Anna H. White. 
139 1. © Lee D. Haas & Anna H. White; 
3Sep64; DU61103. 

THAT OLD HOUSE, a story of a man who 
lost ten years of happiness because 
of one mistake" one of a group of 
Wisconsin Hill stories written by 
Antoinett.e Harrison. 10 1. 
© Antoinette Harrison; 31Dec64; 
DU61992. 



THEATRE II: Pour Finalie. Comment va le 
monde, mossieu? II tourne, mossieu! 
II faut passer par les nuages. Par 
Francois Billetdoux. Paris, Le Table 
Ronde. 296 p. © Editions de la Table 
Ronde; 10Novb4; DFO-1334 . 

THEATRE C0MPLET, II, par Victor Hugo; 
notices et notes par J. J.. Thierry et 
Josette Meleze. [Paris] Editions 
Gallimard. 1932 p. (Bibliotheque de 
la pleiade) © Editions Gallimard; 
20May64; DF1726. 

THEIR LAND WAS GREEN, a drama of the 
Creek War, 1812-14, by Tom Sellers & 
Charles Jones. 51 1. A musical play 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Torn 
Sellers & Charles Jones; 27Aug64; 
DU60917 . 

THEN KISS ME; musical comedy; music & 
lyrics by Vivian Millman; book by 
Lali Ray & Muriel Fisher. 1 v. 
1 act. © Vivian Millman; 5Nov64 ; 
DU61522. 

THEORY OF PLASTICITY. See 
LECTURE NOTES ON THEORY OF 
PLASTICITY. 



THERE IS NO TOMORROW. 
REQUIEM FOR A PLAY. 



See 



THERE WAS A YOUNG LADY FROM LUBBOCK, by 
Valgene Massey. 1 v. A play In 3 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Corinne, DU53448. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Valgene Massey; 
10Dec64; DU61872. 



THESE MODERN THINGS, by Jim Nesbitt, 
Sheet. © Peach Music; 27Nov64; 
C17224 . 



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THEY KNOW ME AT THE PYRAMIDS, a dramat- 
ic philosophy in two acts by Leonard 
H. Manheim. 35 1. © Leonard H. 
Manheim; 27Aug64 ; DU61041. 

THEY LIVE AGAIN; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
August P. Bodisch. 31 1. © August F. 
Bodisch; 8Dec64; DU6l846. 

THEY SAY SUCH THINGS AND THEY DO SUCH 
THINGS . See 
TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN. 



THEY WON'T BELIEVE ME, an original 

story written 8: adapted for television 
by Raymond L. Waugh. 30 1. © Raymond 
L. Waugh; 2Nov64; DU61547. 

THIEF. See 
COCOON'. 



A THING OF BEAUTY, a one act play by 
Maurice Berger. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer 
Drama Service. 16 p. © Pioneer 
Drama Service; 15Aug64; DP5598. 

THINGS THAT SING OF CHRISTMAS; book, 
lyrics & musical themes by John E. 
Schroeder, music arranged by Dana 
Haigh. 1 v. A play in three acts. 
©Key Productions, Inc.; 19Aug64; 
DU61086. 



THE THINGS WHICH ARE BEHIND, by Murray 
Gitlin. 151 1. A play in three acts. 
©Murray Gitlin; 13Jul64; DU60657. 

THE THIRTEENTH DESCENDANT, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Nora Baines. 33 1. © Nora Baines; 
31Aug64; DU61073- 



THE 13TH STATION, by Harold H. Hauser 
135 1- A screenplay. © Harold H. 
Hauser; 17Nov64; DU61565. 

THIS HERE FREUD RACKET, a film by 
Edward Crimmins & Reglna Sheridan 
(Reglna Sheridan Crimmins) 1 v. 
29 scenes. © Edward C. Crimmins & 
Reglna Crimmins; 6Nov64; DU61593. 



THIS I BELIEVE; recitation by Dolene 
H. Swanner. Sheet. © Dolene H. 
Swanner; 9Nov64; C17168. 



THIS IS THE WAY TO LIVE, by James J. 
Quinn III. 53 1. A musical play in 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. NM: add! 
tions & revisions. © James J. 
Quinn III; lSep64; DU60955 . 

THIS IS THE WAY TO LIVE, by James J. 
Quinn III. 71 1. A musical play in 
2 acts. Book only. NM: revisions & 
additions. © James J. Quinn III; 
8Dec64; DU61831. 



THOMAS MANN'S THE MAGIC MOUNTAIN; adapt- 
ed by Frederic Ewen & others. 1 v. 
A play in three acts. © Frederic Ewen, 
Phoebe Brand & John Randolph; 22Sep64; 
DU61211. 



THORNERY OF MY HERITAGE; an original 
story written 8c adapted for tele- 
vision by Fred A. Porath. 31 1. 
© Fred A. Porath; 9Nov64; DU6l6l2. 

A THOUSAND AND ONE SPELLS TO CAST, a 
play in two acts for children written 
by Richard E. Jackson. 1 v. 
© Richard Eugene Jackson; 130ct64; 
DU61440. 



3, a film by Fred Bornet . 1 v. Shoot- 
ing script. © Fred Bornet; 25Aug64; 
DU61021. 



THREE BLIND DATES, a comedy in three 
acts by Bettye Knapp. Evanston, 111., 
Row, Peterson. 77 p. © Row, Peterson 
& Co., whose present corporate name 
is Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.; 
lSep47; DP5416. 



THREE BY THREE; consisting of 3 one-act 
plays by William Case. 1 v. Contents: 
The interview. — The tangerine sky.-- 
Life is a post card from God contain- 
ing one word - Hello. © William 
Richard Case; 20Jul64 ; DU60708. 

THREE CLASSIC GREEK PLAYS; edited & 
with introductions by Blanche Yurka. 
New York, Washington Square Press. 
I83 p. (The Anta series of distin- 
guished plays, W-661) Contents: 
Lyslstrata, by Aristophanes . --Electra, 
by Sophocles. — Oedipus, the King, by 
Sophocles. © on Electra & Oedipus, 
the King; Washington Square Press, 
Inc.; 15Jan64; A700435. 

THREE DAYS AFTER; opera in one act by 
George Wehner. 51 1. © George 
Wehner; 7Dec64; DU61819. 

THREE LONELY HEARTS, by Lular L. Carson. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Lular L. 
Carson; 9Jul64 ; DU60635 . 



THREE LONELY HEARTS. 
THE LAST SPRING. 



THREE PAWNS. See 
THE GUITAR. 



See 



THE THREE PENNY OPERA. 1 v. A screen- 
play with music. Book & lyrics only. 
New translation of The three penny 
opera by Bertold Brecht. Appl . au- 
thor: Peter Riethof . © Lion Film 
Trust; 3Aug64; DU60904. 

THREE PLAYS ABOUT BUSINESS IN AMERICA; 
edited & with introductions by 
Joseph Mersand. New York, Washington 
Square Press. 266 p. (The Anta 
series of distinguished plays, 
W-603) Contents: The adding machine, 
by Elmer L. Rice. --Beggar on horse- 
back, by George S. Kaufman 8c Marc 
Connelly. --All my sons, by Arthur 
Miller. NM: introductions & compila- 
tion. © Washington Square Press, 
Inc.; 15Sep64; A7281OO. 



THREE PLAYS BY VICTOR HUGO; edited and 
with an introduction by Helen A. 
Gaubert. New York, Washington Square 
Press. 338 p. (The American National 
Theatre & Academy series of distin- 
guished plays) Contents: Hernani.-- 
The king amuses himself . --Ruy Bias. 
NM: editing, introd., compilation. 
© Washington Square Press, Inc.; 
15May64; A710602. 



THREE TO GET MARRIED, a comedy in three 
acts by Kay Hill. New York, 
S. French. 79 P- Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Beyond the footlights. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Kay 
Hill; 19Jun64; DP5506. 



THREE TO ONE! By Frank Fowler. 21 1. 
A play. © Frank Fowler; 30Nov64; 
DU61774 . 



THREE WEEKS GO BY, a one act play by 
Shelley Tartaro. 13 1. © Shelley 
Tartaro; 3Sep64; DU61104. 



THRESHOLD OF MANHOOD. 8 1. Oral dis- 
cussion. © Jack R. Jenkins & S. Rosa 
Fox; 25Sep64; C17093. 



THRO' SURGE AND THUNDER, by Jerome A. 
Nelson. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Jerome A. Nelson; l6Jul64; DU60674 . 



THROUGH ALL ETERNITY, a play by Ilya 
Motyleff. 107 p. 7 scenes. Appl. 
states prev. reg. DU59969. © Ilya 
Motyleff; lDec64; DP5627 . 



THY NEIGHBOR'S WIFE, a play in verse 
by Sarah Singer. 117 1. 6 scenes. 
© Sarah Singer; 15Dec64; DU6190O. 



THE TICKET-OF-LEAVE MAN, by Tom Taylor. 
73 1. A play In two acts. Complete 
rewrite. © Dorothy M. Mackin; lSep64; 
DU61263. 



TICKET TO CHAUTAUQUA, by Lenore Shurman 
Woolf. 1 v. 2 acts. Book 8c lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Chautauqua, DP5193. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Lenore Shurman Woolf; 
8Sep64; DP5587. 



TICKETS PLEASE, AND OTHER SHORT PLAYS, 
by Irven H. Rinard. 1 v. © Irven H. 
RInard; 30Sep64; DU61275. 



TICKLED PINK, a new musical comedy 
with music & lyrics by Mary Ann 
Hickey McCourt 8c book by Peter David 
Heth. 1 v. 2 acts. © Mary Ann 
Hickey & Peter David Heth; l6Dec64; 
DU61913- 



TIGER! A comedy in three acts by 
William Welch, pseud, of William 
Welch Horine. 1 v. © William Welch 
Horine; 280ct64; DU61514. 

TIGER BY THE TAIL; or Tiger tale. 
Dramatic composition by Joseph L. 
Heimbold 8c Frances Heath Smith. 14 1. 
3 parts. © Joseph L. Heimbold 8c 
Frances Heath Smith; 280ct64; DU61513. 

TIGER IN CRYSTAL, by Gerald Ball 8: Crane 
Johnson. 1 v. A play In three acts. 
© Crane Johnson & Gerald Ball; 
30Sep64; DU61277. 



TILLIE THE TELLER; or, The great bank 
robbery. A one act play by Shubert 
Fendrich. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama 
Service. 14 p. © Pioneer Drama 
Service; 15Aug64; DP5602. 



TILT, a vaudeville in one act by 
Burton A. Melnick. 66 1. 
© Burton A. Melnick; 21Dec64; 
DU61933. 

TIM CUHANE; an original story written & 
adapted for television by Thomas L. 
Flaherty. 34 1. © Thomas L. Flaherty, 
8Dec64; DU61859. 

TIME AND ETERNITY, THE ONE STORY OF THE 
BIBLE; by Aquila Lowry. 57 1. A 
play in five acts. © Aquila Lowry; 
150ct64; DU61345. 



TIME HAS A JANUS FACE, by Patricia 
Erickson (Pat Erickson) 57 1. A 
play in six episodes. © Patricia 
Erickson; lSep64; DU61081. 



TIME OF DARKNESS; three-act play by 
Lillian Lipman. 75 1. © Lillian Lip- 
man; !Sep64; DU61083. 



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TIME ON OUR HANDS; three act play by 
Mildred Wiackley. 1 v. © Mildred 
Wiackley; 9Dec64; DU61866. 

TIMID TIGER, LUSTY LAMB, a comedy in 
two acts by Arthur Alsberg & John 
O'Dea. 1 v. © Arthur Alsberg & 
John O'Dea; 2Nov64; DU61538. 

THE TIMMY TIME HOUR; original radio 
script written by Geoffrey T. Meehan. 
1st. draft. 53 1. © Geoffrey T. 
Meehan; 120ct64; DU61362. 



TISH— THE NUMBERS GAME; television play 
by Alan Rinehart. Based on the Tish 
stories, by Mary Roberts Rinehart. 
33 1. © Alan Rinehart; 10ct64; 
DU61282. 



TIT FOR TAT, a 3 act musical; book by 
Warren Maull, words STmusic by William 
Stecher. 1 v. © William Robert 
Stecher & Warren G. Maull; 21Dec64; 
DU61932 . 



TO BE ALIVE; narration. 5 1. Appl. 
author: Francis Thompson, Inc. 
© S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc.; 8Sep64; 
CI7058. 



TO GET ELECTED; drama in three acts by 
Pauline Colombi. 36 1. © Pauline 
Colombi; l40ct64; DU61394 . 



TO HAVE AND TO HOLD; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Jean B. McNab. Adapted from Long- 
fellow's Evangeline. 32 1. © Jean B. 
McNab; 200ct64; DU61457. 



TO KNOW THE NIGHT, by Charles A. 

Raines & Mary Bozeman (Mary Bozeman 
Raines) 1 v. A play In three acts. 
Based on The death of Ivan Ilylch by 
Leo Tolstoy. © Charles A. Raines & 
Mary Bozeman Raines; 21Jul64; DU6068I. 

TO METTA WITH LOVE, a two act play by 
L. Larry MacPhail, pseud, of Lovie 
Larry McPhail. 57 1. © Lovie Larry 
McPhail; 23Nov64; DU61733. 

TO TELL THE TRUTH; an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by N. Clyde Mason. 34 1. © N. Clyde 
Mason; l6Nov64; DU61655. 



TO TEMPER THE WIND, by Elizabeth Blake 
with a specially written discussion 
guide. Written & produced for 
National Council for Homemaker Serv- 
ices. Plays for Living. 22 p. 
©Elizabeth Blake; l6Jul64; DP5467. 

TO THE AMERICAN FLAG, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Kathryn Klett. 36 1. © Kathryn Klett; 
l4Sep64; DU61179. 



TODAY'S FRANCES, YESTERDAY'S FRANCIS, 
by Kenneth Hubner. 6l 1. A play. 
© Kenneth Hubner; 15Jul64; DU6O67O. 

TODAY'S SCROOGE, a Christmas play by 
Johnson Mira, pseud, of Hilda R. 
Quentin; lyrics by Johnson Mira; 
music by Alexander Borchardt. 2 v. 
© Alexander Borchardt; l6Nov64; 
DU61577. 



TODAY'S THE BIG DAY, a comedy in one 
act by John Grissmer. New York, 
S. French. 20 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc. ; 21Jan64; DP550I. 



DRAMAS 



DIE TODLICHE LUGE; Schausplel in funf 
Akten von Gerd Oelschlegel. Reinbek 
bei Hamburg, Rowohlt Verlag. 8l p. 
NM: "revision and additional text." 
© Rowohlt Verlag, G.M. B. H. ; 6Apr56; 
DFI758. 



THE TOILET, by LeRoi Jones. 17 1. A 
play in one act. © LeRoi Jones; 
24Aug64; DU61006. 



TOM JONES, a play in three acts by 
David Rogers; based upon the novel 
by Henry Fielding. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 94 p. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 17Sep64; DP5481. 

TOM LEE PARK, AUDIORAMA NUMBER 1. Au- 
thor: Ott Roush, for Key Tourguide 
System. 4 1. Recording script. 
© Key Tourguide System, Inc.; 21Sep64; 
C17089. 

TOM SAWYER, a musical play adapted from 
the story by Mark Twain. Adaptation, 
music & lyrics by David Morton. 
2 v. 2 acts. © David Morton; 
3Sep64; DU6HO7. 



TONGUE IN CHEEK, a musical comedy by 
John Gounod Campbell & Catherine McC. 
Brickenden. 119 1. 2 acts. Book 
only. © John Gounod Campbell & 
Catherine McC. Brickenden; 6Nov64; 
DU61599. 



TONGUES OF ANGELS, a comedy in one act 
by Barry Phelps. London, English 
Theatre Guild. 23 p. (Guild library) 
© Barry Phelps; 4Sep64; DF1735. 



TOO BUSY FOR LOVE; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Ethel Vivian Higginson. 33 1. 
© Ethel Vivian Higginson; 190ct64; 
DU61426. 

TOO MANY MARIAS, a comedy in three acts 
by Bettye Knapp. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 76 p. ©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
l4Sep64; DP5515. 

TOO YOUNG AND ALL SHOOK UP; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Jean Ward. 30 1. © Jean 
Ward; l6Nov64; DU61664. 

TORTURE YAOHT; original screenplay by 
Philip Kearney & Les Rendelstein. 
141 1. ©Gerald Productions, Inc.; 
l6Dec64; DU61909. 

LE TOUR, by Crane Johnson. 1 v. 
A play in five scenes. © Crane 
Johnson; 130ct64; DU61375 . 

TRAGEDY. See 
SALOME . 



THE TRAGEDY OF A GYPSY LOVER, an origi- 
nal story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by William S. Mitchell. 30 1. 
© William S. Mitchell; 50ct64; 
DU61310. 

THE TRAGEDY OF OTHELLO, THE MOOR OF 
VENICE, by William Shakespeare. 
With intertextual commentary by 
William W. Main. New York, Odyssey 
Press. 210 p. 5 acts. NM: intertex- 
tual commentary. © Odyssey Press, 
Inc.; 3Nov64; A728800. 

THE TRAGEDY OF TRAGEDIES, a musical 
adaptation by Craig Tennis, pseud, 
of Craig E. Giroux, of a play by the 
same name by Henry Fielding in 1730. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Craig Tennis; 13Jul64; DU60612. 



July-Dec. 

THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF HENRY DANE II, 
SON OF DAME, THE KING OF JAZZ, by 
William Shakespeare. Newly re- 
revised & updated according to our 
times by D. S.' Edwards. 1 v. A play 
in 5 acts. © D. S. Edwards; 7Dec64; 
DU61823. 

TRAIN RIDE. See 

A SALUTE TO THE U. S. A. 

TRAINING YOUR DOG: FIVE EASY LESSONS TO 
OBEDIENCE; by Eli Silberman & Richard 
H. Raboy. 5 1. © Siboy; 20ct64; 

C 17 107. 



TRANSIENCE AND CLAY, a one-act play 
by Elyse Nass. 9 1. © Elyse Nass 
28Jul64; DU60745. 

TRANSMUTATION. See 
WILLIE AND JULIET. 



TRAP FOR A LONELY MAN, a play In three 
acts by Robert Thomas. Translated by 
Lucienne Hill & John Sutro. London, 
English Theatre Guild. 70 p. (Guild 
Library) © Robert Thomas, Lucienne 
Hill & John Sutro; 17Jul64; DF1736. 



TRAPPED, by Anthony R. Verrilli. 

84 1. A play in 3 acts. © Anthony 
R. Verrilli; 28Jul64 ; DU60744 . 

THE TRAPPER'S STORY. 1 v. A legend 
of old Julesburg, Colo. In one act. 
Appl. author: Mrs. Albert Smith & 
Mrs. W. R. McKinney, Jr. © Fort 
Sedgwick Historical Society; 17Aug64; 
DU60950 . 



TRAVELING MAN; screenplay by Andrew M. 
Dohan, Jr. 74 1. © Andrew M. Dohan, 
Jr.; l4Sep64; DU61174. 



LA TRAVIATA. (Violetta) \5n Giuseppe 
Verdi. Oper in drei Akten von 
Francesco Maria Piave; Neue deutsche 
Ubersetzung von Joachim Popelka und 
Georg C. Winkler. Klavierauszug mit 
deutschem und italienischem Text; 
Nach dem Autograph der Partitur 
revidiert von Mario Parent! . 
No. 130194. Milano, Ricordi. 251 p. 
NM: revisions. © G. Ricordi & C, 
S.P.A.; 4May64; DF1732. 



THE TRAY OF GLASS, by J. V. Melendy. 
63 1. A play in 3 acts. © Joyce 
Melendy; l6Dec64; DU61907 . 



TREASURE ISLAND, a musical play for 
young audiences, freely adapted from 
the book by Robert Louis Stevenson; 
book & lyrics by Richard Mazza; music 
by Michael Graham Jefferson. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Rich- 
ard Vincent Mazza; 15Sep64; DU61162. 

TRENDOWATA, by Helena Mniszek; drama- 
tized by Carolyn Bachurska. A play 
in three acts. 1 v. © Prus-Polish 
Book Importing Co.; 120ct64; DU61380. 



LOS TRES VILLALOBOS, episodio no.l, 

escribe Armando Couto (Leandro Armando 
Couto) 8l. © Leandro Armando Couto;' 
21Sep64; DU61222. 



THE TRIAL, a dramatization based on 
Franz Kafka's novel. By Andre Gide 
8c Jean Louis Barrault. Translated by 
Leon Katz. 1st Schocken paperback 
ed., 1963. New York, Schocken Books. 
140 p. 2 parts. © Schocken Books, 
Inc.; 10Jan64 (in notice: 1963); 
A704078. 



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129 



THE TRIAL OP PETER ZENGER; arr. & 
adapted for reading by Lucile Cal- 
vert Pallen. 47 1. © Lucile Cal- 
vert Pallen; 7Dec64; C17232. 

THE TRIALS OF HAZEL SMITH; play by 
Hazel La Verne Smith. 13 1. 2 acts. 
©Hazel Smith; 17Dec64; DU61914 . 

A TRILOGY OF LIFE AND DEATH. 1 v. 
3 plays. Contents: Tell it to the 
wind, by Barry Bonner. --The flower 
and the stone, by Barry Bonner. -- 
The sound and the silence, by Barry 
Bonner & Silvana Simoni. © Barry E. 
Bonner & Silvana Simoni; 10Aug64; 
DU60975 . 

TRILOGY OF THE GROTESQUE HERO. See 
ON THE NECESSITY OF BEING PLYGAMOUS . 

A TRINKET AT MY WRIST, a lyric fantasy 
by Elizabeth Winston Sheehan. 1 v. 
A TV play in three acts. With tra- 
ditional music for 3 songs. 
© Elizabeth Winston Sheehan; 23Jul64; 
DU60888. 



LES 3 D A L' HOTEL FLOTTANT, par Georges 
Chaulet; illustrations de Jacques 
Fromont. [Paris] Hachette. 190 p. 
(Nouvelle bibliotheque rose, 158) 
12 scenes. © Librairie Hachette; 
l8Jun64; DFO-1316. 



THE TROUBLE WITH CHRISTMAS, a Christmas 
program for the upper grades by Lois 
Gurske. Middleton, Wis., Modern Pro- 
ductions. 24 p. 2 acts. With music. 
© Modern Productions, Inc.; lSep64; 
DP5576. 



THE TROUBLE WITH LUCIFER, by William J. 
Ryan. 27 1. (The world of Father 
Hopper) A screenplay. © William J. 
Ryan & Paul F. Ryan; 6Nov64; DU61737. 

THE TROUBLE WITH YOU IS, by Perle Cole. 
1 v. A play in two acts. © Perle 
Cole; 130ct64; DU61390. 



TRUE LIVING, by Edwin S. Reynolds. 

Sheet. © Edwin S. Reynolds; 230ct64; 
C17142. 

TRUE LOVE AND TRUE FRIENDSHIP; an 

original story written & adapted for 
television by Ruby Snyder, pseud, of 
Pearl Snyder. 30 1. © Pearl Snyder; 
9Nov64; DU61614. 

TRUTH WILL OUST. See 

SWITCHED AT THE CROSSROADS. 

TRY IT ONCE, a musical play. Book 
by Ethel Lewine. Based on the play 
Man and Superman, by George Bernard 
Shaw. 1 v. 2 acts. Book only. 
©Ethel Lewine; 3Sep64; DU60958. 

TU LEVERAS TON FRONT; drame en trois 
actes de Henri Sloves. 95 1. 
© Henri Sloves; 20Jul64; DU60986. 

TUARI. (Young eagle) A play with over- 
tones in three acts by Charles S. 
Costello. 54 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1955, 1936. NM: revision. 
© Charles S. Costello; 12Nov64; 
DU61569. 

A TUBFUL OF TROUBLE, by Elmer J. Carpen- 
ter. 23 1. A screenplay. © Elmer 
J. Carpenter; 23Nov64; DU61724 . 



TUCKERMAN'S RAVINE, NEW ENGLAND, 

U. S. A. Sheet. Radio script. Appl. 
author: Harold Cabot & Co., Inc. 
© Carling Brewing Co., Inc. d.b.a. 
Carling Brewing Co.; 27Aug64; C17037- 



THE TUNE OF THE HICKORY STICK, by John 
Cooper & Daryl Janes. 1 v. A play 
in three acts. © John Cooper & 
Daryl Janes; HAug64; DU60835. 

TURNABOUT, a musical play in two acts 
by Edward Trach. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © Edward Trach; lbAug64; 
DU60914 . 

THE TWENTY DOLLAR SUITCASE, a comedy 
designed for a half hour TV program. 
By G. S. Kaufmann. 23 1. A script 
in 6l scenes. © George S. Kaufmann; 
260ct64; DU61503. 

TWENTY-FIVE CANDLES! A pageant of the 
hotel workers by Edward Ellscu. Music 
by Sol Berkowitz. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © Edward Eliscu; 50ct64; 
DU61300. 

TWENTY FOUR HOURS IN A COUNTRY HOUSE, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Arthur Thompson. 32 1. 
© Arthur Thompson; 21Sep64; DU61205. 



TWENTY -THREE MILLION SQUARE MILES OF 
WATER AND OTHER SCENES, by Jesse I. 
Feiler. 1 v. © Jesse I. Feiler; 
28jul64; DU60749. 

THE TWENTY YEAR WAR, a play in two act! 
by David Berg. 1 v. © David Berg; 
14Sep64; DU6II65 . 

TWILIGHT. See 
CREPUSCULO. 



TWILIGHT'S DAWN, a play in one act by 
Anastasios, pseud, of Anastasios G. 
Bechas. 19 1. ©Anastasios G. 
Bechas; 200ct64; DU61449. 

THE TWIN BROTHERS; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Robert Holland. 36 1. © Robert 
Holland; 9Nov64; DU61615 . 

TWO AMERICAN CATS SURVIVED ONLY; comedy 
in one act by Lester Caster (Eleuthere 
Carasteriopoulos) 14 1. © Lester 
Caster; 30Sep64; DU61262. 

TWO BROTHERS. See 
FIVE SHORT PLAYS. 

TWO FEET IN THE AIR, by Ron Mendlin 

(Ronald Clark Mendlin. 1 v. A screen- 
play In 126 scenes. © Ronald Clark 
Mendlin; 30Sep64; DU61258. 

TWO HEADS ARE BETTER, a comedy in three 
acts by Helen Cotton. 1 v. 
© Helen Cotton; 200ct64; DU61527 . 

TWO LONOS, a historical play in one 
act, by Jean Chariot. 22 1. 
© Jean Chariot; l8Aug64; DU60965. 

TWO LOVES HAVE I, by Thomas Del Vecchio. 
Based on Shakespeare's Sonnets. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Thomas Del 
Vecchio; 20Jul64; DU60700. 

TWO PERFECT PLAYBOYS, a comedie 

bourgeoise for television by Michel 
Gray, pseud, of Michel Corbeil. 
174 1. © Michel Gray; 2Nov64; 
DU61742. 

TWO SHORT PLAYS: The other player, 
The street of good friends; by Owen 
G. Arno. Dramatists Play Service. 
35 P- © Owen G. Arno; 30Sep64; 
DP5529. 

TWO SONGS OF FREEDOM. 21 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Florence V. 
Lucas & Arleln Straw; 20ct64; DU61301. 



THE TWO T00-T00T TWAINS, by Mrs. Leo 
Fleckenstein (Leona Fleckenstein) 
Sheet. Narration script. © Leona 
Fleckenstein; 17Nov64; C17161. 



TWO WOMEN; written by Shelley Berman. 
1 v. Scripts. © Calliope, Inc.; 
22Jul64; C16933. 



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THE UGLY SOMETHINGS, a play in two acts 
by Will Greene. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 66 p. ©Will Greene; 
30ct64; DP5564. 



THE UNCHARTED ISLAND. (The uncharted 
isle) An original story written & 
adapted for television by James 
Stellabotte. 32 1. © James Stella- 
botte; 8Sep64; DU61125 . 



UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE MAYOR; episode 1 
by Roger Garis. 34 1. (Uncle 
Wiggily) A television play in two 
acts. © Uncle Wiggily Enterprises, 
Inc.; 290c t64; DU61526. 



UND DAS AN EINEM SONNTAG! Lustspiel In 
3 Akten von Alwin Woesthoff. Reinbek 
bei Hamburg, Rowoholt Verlag. 136 p. 
© Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 25Nov6l; 
DF1759. 



UNDER THE HAMMER IN THE FREE WORLD, a 
comedy in three acts by Barding Dahl. 
91 1. © Barding Dahl; 13Nov64; 
DU61647 . 

UNDER THE UMBRELLA A GIANT, a play by 
Myra Werner, pseud, of Myra Vernekoff, 
for children. 1 v. 3 acts. © Myra 
Werner; 21Dec64; DU61926. 

THE UNFORTUNATE RAKE, a folk opera in 
four scenes by Daniel Alan Segal. 
Originally written June 1959. 1 v - 
Libretto. © Daniel Alan Segal; 
24Sep64; DU61209. 

UNIFIED THEORY OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY. See 
LECTURE ON A UNIFIED THEORY OF 
PARAPSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY. 

UNION SCIENCE, by T. Castillo. Sheet. 
© Thomas Castillo; 3Aug64; CI6952. 

UNIQUE . See 
REVUE UNIQUE. 



THE UNIVERSE BEYOND; an original story 
written 8c adapted for television 
by Carlo L. Liconti. 36 1. © Carlo 
L. Liconti; 8Dec64; DU61844 . 

UNTERM STERNBILD DER WAAGE, ein Stuck 
von Erwln Sylvanus. Reinbek bei 
Hamburg, Rowohlt Verlag. 90 p. 
© Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 27Feb60; 
DFI76O. 



THE UNTOLD STORY; original story and 
screenplay by Rod Steiger. 101 1. 
© Rod Steiger; 30Dec64; DU61989. 

THE UNWICKED WITCH, an unlikely tale 
by Madge Miller (Mrs. Howard 
Eulenstein) Anchorage, Ky., Children's 
Theatre Press. 40 p. 4 scenes. 
© Children's Theatre Press; l4Aug64; 
DP5450. 

UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL BLEEDING. 1 v. 
2 lectures. (Hahnemann medl-disc, 
program VIII) A recording script. 
©Silver Plastics, Inc.; 270ct64; 
C17150. 



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July-Dec. 



UPTOWN -DOWNTOWN; story created, book 
& lyrics written by Steven Peck. 1 v. 
© Steven Peck; 130ct64; DU61376 . 



THE URONA, an original story written 
adapted for televlson by Esther 
Casteel. 31 1. © Esther Casteeli 
6jul64; DU606o4. 

THE USUAL; serious fun in one act by 
Bernard Weiner. 14 1. © Bernard 
Weiner; l4Dec64; DU61888. 



UTOPIA, INC., an Improbable comedy in 
three acts by Kurtz Gordon, pseud, of 
C. Gordon Kurtz. Dramatists Play 
Service. 88 p. © C. Gordon Kurtz; 
150ct64; DP5548. 



V 



THE VACATION, by Merle Worth. 84 1. 
A screenplay. © Merle Worth; 
31Decbl(; DU61996. 

THE VALLEY; original radio script by 
E. M. Fadigan. 22 1. © Ellen Fadi- 
gan; 13Aug64; C16970. 

VALLEY OF HOPE, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by Mary 
Harper Johnson. 35 1. © Mary Harper 
-Johnson; 21Sep64; DU61203. 

VALLEY OF SONG, a musical romance in 
three acts. Music by Ivor Novello; 
lyrics by Christopher Hassall; book 
by Phil Park. Music adapted and 
arranged and additional material 
composed by Ronald Hanmer. London, 
J. Weinberger. 80 p. Libretto. 
NM: new book & lyrics. © Josef Wein- 
berger, Ltd.; 10ct64; DF1746. 

THE VALLEY OF THE ONION TREE, a play by 
Michael DeGuzman. 29 1. 2 acts. 
© Michael DeGuzman; 23Nov64; DU61712. 

VALUES IN AMERICAN LIFE, by John A. 
Hutchison for Campus World. 37 1. 
© Campus World, Inc.; 28Dec64; C17267. 

VARIATION ON A THEME. See 

THE COLLECTED PLAYS OF TERENCE RATTI- 
GAN. 

VARIATIONS ON A THEME, written by Louise 
Morgan (Louise Stlernberg) 32 1. 
A play. © Louise Morgan; 70ct64; 
DU61340. 

VARSITY CHEER, a recording, dramatic- 
musical by Myles Jackson (Allen Myles 
Jackson) Rev. 1 v. © Allen Myles 
Jackson; 27Nov64; DU61762. 

VASHTAI, QUEEN OF QUEENS, a Biblical 
spectacular for radio by James M. 
Armstrong. 1 v. © James M. Armstrong 
2Nov64; DU61475. 

LA VENGANZA DE MARITZA; drama tragico. 
Original de Lettys Fontanez, pseud, 
of Carmen Leticia Hernandez. 46 1. 
A screenplay. © Carmen Leticia 
Hernandez; 31Aug64; DU61062. 

VENTRILOQUISM FOR THE BEGINNER, 
by Jimmy Nelson. 26 1. Lecture. 
© Juro Novelty Co., Inc.; 21Jul64; 

c 16963. 

VERDAD AMARGA; tragldrama de Lettys 
Fontanez, pseud, de Carmen Leticia 
Hernandes. 38 1. A screenplay in 
36 scenes. © Carmen Leticia Hernan- 
dez; 50ct64; DU61323. 



A VERY RICH WOMAN, by Ruth Gordon 

(Ruth Gordon Kanin) Based on a play 
by Philippe Heriat. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © T. F. T. Corp.; 
30Nov64; DU61778. 



VESTI LA MASCHERA, by William McKinney. 
20 1. A play. Text in English. 
© William McKinney; 20Jul64; DU60709. 



THE VICTORY OF SOCRATES; arr. from the 
Plato Dialogues by Lucile Calvert 
Pallen. 5* 1 A play. © Lucile 
Calvert Pallen; 7Dec64; DU61701. 



LA VIDA ES SUENO AND EL ALCALDE DE 
ZALAMEA, by Pedro Calderon de la 
Barca. Introd. & notes by Sturgis 
E. Leavitt. New York, Dell Pub. Co. 
256 p. (The Laurel language library, 
Spanish series 0921) NM: introd. & 
notes. ©Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 
22Sep64; A722563. 



THE VIEWING, a one act play by Lyle 
Kessler. 45 1. © Lyle Kessler; 
31Decb4; DU61994 . 



A VIEWING FOR MA'AM, a play in one act 
by William Jones, pseud, of William 
J. Laubensteln, Jr. 92 1. © William 
J. Laubensteln, Jr.; 6Nov64; DU61589. 

THE VILLAGE GROUCHES; translated & 
directed by Norma S. Tyburski. 
Produced in Venice Feb. 16, 1760 In 
Venetian dialect as I Rusteghi by 
Carlo Goldoni. 1 v. A play in three 
acts. © Norma S. Tyburski; 6jul64; 
DU60584 . 

VIOLETTA. See 
LA TRAVIATA. 

VIRGIN TERRITORY; book by Warren J. 
Shanahan, from an idea by Solly 
Parker. 1 v. A musical play in 2 
acts. Book only. © Warren J. 
Shanahan; 9Dec64; DU61864 . 



VIRGINIA TURINA, a play in three acts by 
Michael Ehrhardt. 74 1. © Michael 
Ehrhardt; 150ct64; DU6l401. 

VISCIUKU UKIS. (The chicken farm) 
Triju veiksmu satyrine komedija by 
Anatoli Jus Kairys. 91 1. © Anatoli- 
jus Kairys; l6Nov64; DU61668. 



VISIT TO THE SEPULCHRE. 
VISITATIO SEPULCHRI. 



See 



VISITATIO SEPULCHRI. (The visit to the 
Sepulchre) An acting version of a 
12th-century liturgical music-drama 
for Easter from the Fleury playbook. 
Transcribed & translated by W. L. 
Smoldon. For soloists, unison chorus 
& organ accompaniment with optional 
parts for certain solo instruments. 
London, Oxford University Press. 
34 p. © Oxford University Press; 
HJun64; DF0-1311. 

LA VITA COMMEDIA; melodramma nell' 
opera in tre atti, versi & musica di 
Ferdinado Daluiso. 3 v. in portfolio. 
© Ferdinado Daluiso; 230ct64; 
DU61434. 

THE VITAL BOX, a one act play by Natalie 
Lombard. 20 1. © Natalie Brooks 
Lombard; 24Nov64; DU61745. 

THE VOICE FROM NOWHERE, a one-act 
comedy for five woman by Paul S. 
McCoy. Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson. 
20 p. © Row, Peterson & Co., whose 
present corporate name is Harper & 
Row, Publishers, Inc.; lSep59 ; 
DP5403. 



VOICES WITHOUT A MASK, a chamber playlet 
by Armand H. Russo. 14 1. © Armand H. 
Russo; l6Nov64; DU6167O. 

THE VOLCANO, by Patricia Erickson, pseud, 
of Evelyn May Erickson. 53 1. A 
play in 3 acts. © Evelyn May Erick- 
son & Michael Lakey; l6Bec64; 
DU61816. 



THE VOLUNTEERS, by Will Greene & 

William M. Green. 65 1. A screen- 
play. © Will Greene & William M. 
Green; l6Nov64 ; DU61678. 

VON MORGENS BIS MITTERNACHTS . See 
FROM MORN TILL MIDNIGHT. 



THE VULTURES, by August C. Nerad. 62 1. 
A play In three acts. © August C. 
Nerad; 25Aug64; DU61020. 



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WSB-TV NEWS REPORT, DECEMBER 1, 1964. 
1 v. © WSB-TV News, a division 
Cox Broadcasting Corp.; 3Dec64; 
C17220. 

WSB-TV NEWS REPORT, GWINNETT MURDER 
INVES., DECEMBER 11, 1964. 3 1. 
© WSB-TV News, a division Cox 
Broadcasting Corp.; l4Dec64; C17237. 

THE WAILING WALL, by Barry De Vault. 
42 1. A play in 2 acts. © Barry 
Wade DeVault; 290ct64; DU61632. 

WAIT UNTIL DARK, a new play by Frederick 
Knott. 1 v. 3 acts. ©Frederick 
Knott; 24Dec64; DU61963. 



THE WAITING ROOM, a love story by Sammy 
M. Kilman. 15 1- A play. © Sammy 
M. Kilman; 20Jul64; DU60707 . 

WAKE UP AND LOVE, a one act play by 
Shubert Fendrich. Cody, Wyo., 
Pioneer Drama Service. 23 p. 
© Pioneer Drama Service; 15Aug64; 
DP5608. 

WALK IN DARKNESS, a play in three acts 
by William Hairston. Based on the 
novel by Hans Habe. 1 v. NM: revi- 
sions. ©William Hairston; lDec64; 
DU61781. 

WALK IN THE WORLD. See 
THE CATHOLIC HOUR. 



WALL STREET MACBETH, by William S. 
Wheeler. 43 1. A play in 3 acts. 
NM: additions & revisions. ©William 
S. Wheeler; 24Jul64; DU60727. 

THE WAR AGAINST WOMEN, a military 
history of male & female. Original 
dialogue for two actressep by 
Edith Laurie. 21 1. NM: revisions 
& additions. © Edith Laurie; 
21Jul64; DU60887. 

WARREN COMMISSION REPORT. See 

REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION 
ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT 
JOHN F. KENNEDY. 



WASHINGTON AT VALLEY FORGE. Sheet. 
© W. H. Collie; 17Dec64 ; C17240. 

WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS PRESENTS. See 
THE BATTLE OF HARLEM HEIGHTS. 



WATCH IT.' A television serial by I. 
Thany, pseud, of Imre Tihanyi. 1 v. 
© I. Thany; 150ct64; C17125- 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



131 



WATCH ME, I CAN DO WONDERFUL THINGS, 
a play in one act by Frank O'Donnell 
(Francis J. O'Donnell) 44 1. 
© F. J. O'Donnell; 13Nov64; DU61646. 

WATCH OUT FOR WALLY! A comedy in one 
act by Christine E. Scott. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 31 p. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 260ct64; DP5592. 



THE WATCH THAT PLAYED BEAUTIFUL MUSIC, 
a television play by Jonathan Tyler 
a.k.a. John Toler; adapted from the 
short story My friend the general, by 
Jonathan Tyler. 48 1. © Jonathan 
Tyler; 25Sep64; DU61246. 



THE WATERMELON FESTIVAL; written by 
Leo B. Tatum. 4 1. A script. 
© Leo B. Tatum; 13Jul64; CI6923. 

WAY OF THE WORLD. See 

FOUR GREAT RESTORATION PLAYS. 



WAY OUT, a half -hour television play 
by Arnold Powell. 55 1. © Arnold 
Francis Powell; 26Aug64; DU61056. 

WAY OUT THERE IN REALITY, a play by 
Rita Khoutieff. 75 1. 2 acts. 
© Rita Khoutieff; l6Nov64; DU61676. 

WE ARE ALL LIARS, a play in three acts 
by Andrew Glaze. 1 v. © Andrew 
Glaze; 8Sep64; DU61135 . 

WEAK SPOT, by Elmer J. Carpenter. 25 1. 
A screenplay. © Elmer J. Carpenter; 
24Aug64; DU61018. 

A WEB, A THREAD, A STRING OF A TEABAG, 
by Betty Jean Lifton. 35 1. A play 
in one act. Book & lyrics only. 
© Betty Jean Lifton; 50ct64; DU61322. 

THE WEDDING, by Harold Miller. 107 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Harold Miller; 
25Nov64; DU61757. 



THE WEDDING OF THE PANDA, a comedy of 
rituals by David Novak, pseud, of 
David Nowak. 46 1. © David Nowak; 
27Nov64; DU61766. 

THE WEDDING ON THE EIFFEL TOWER, by 
Jean Cocteau. Translated by Michael 
Benedikt. 1 act. (In Modern French 
theatre. New York, Dutton. p. 95-115) 
© Michael Benedikt; Uul64; DP5551- 



THE WEDLOCK OF LOVE, by Ruth E. Glover 
McAllister. 8 1. A play in three 
acts. © Ruth Elizabeth Glover 
McAllister; 260ct64; DU61412. 



WEEKEND REBEL, a three-act comedy by 
Dominick R. Corbo, Jr. 98 1. 
© Domlnick R. Corbo, Jr.; 4Sep64; 
DU61117 . 

EIN WEIHNACHTSABEND, ein Spiel fiir die 
Biihne nach Charles Dickens von Ingrld 
Bacher. Neufassung. Reinbek bei 
Hamburg, Rowohlt Verlag. 80 p. 
5 acts. © Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H. ; 
1 Dec 5 7; DF1750. 



WELCOME ANGELS, a religious comedy in 
one act by Arthur C. Matthews. Chi- 
cago, Christian Theatre Co. 24 1. 
© Arthur C. Matthews; 25Sep64; DP5550. 



WELCOME TO LIFE, LESTER, a three act 
play by Larry Gevirtz. 19 1. 
© Larry Gevirtz; l60ct64 ; DU61409. 



WELL IN HAND, a play in three acts by 
Felix Munso, pseud, of Morris Golub. 
1 v. © Felix Munso; 22Dec64; 
DU61940. 

DER WERBEOFFIZIER. (The recruiting 
officer) Komodie in zwei Akten von 
George Farquhar; Deutsche Bearbeitung 
von Robert Gillner. Wiesbaden, Ann & 
Simrock. 126 p. © Ahn & Simrock, 
Btihnen- & Musikverlag; 10Dec64; 
DFO-1336. 

WE'RE IN LOVE, a musical by Mary F. 
Emery, pseud, of Frances B. Emery. 
145 1. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. DU46722. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Emery 
Investment Co., John C. Emery & 
Edward B. Emery, sole owners; HDec64; 
DU61754 . 

WE'RE ON OUR WAY, a three act musical 
comedy. Book & lyrics by Sybil 
Conrad, music by Jane Hart. 1 v. 
© Sybil Conrad & Jane S. Hart; 
22Dec64; DU61895 . 



WE'RE STARTING ALL OVER AGAIN, by 
Michael Shaffer & Robert Shannahan. 
1 v. A musical play in 3 acts. 
© Michael Richard Shaffer & Robert 
Patrick Shannahan; 24Aug64; DU61007 . 

WERE YOU THERE? A drama of the Cruci- 
fixion in choralogue form for solo 
speakers and speech choir by Harold 
H. Lytle. Evanston, 111., Row, 
Peterson. 32 p. © Row, Peterson & 
Co., whose present corporate name is 
Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.; 
!Sep6l; DP5404. 



WEST QUODDY HEAD, NEW ENGLAND, U. S. A. 
Sheet. Radio script. Appl. author: 
Harold Cabot Sc Co., Inc. © Carling 
Brewing Co., Inc. d.b.a. Carling 
Brewing Co.; 27Aug64; C17052. 

WESTWARD HOME, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mrs. Jack Carisch. 51 1. 
© Mrs. Jack Carisch; 6Jul64; 
DU6O607 . 

WHAT BROKE THE CAMEL'S BACK, a play in 
three acts by Arthur Corning White. 
1 v. © Arthur Corning White; 
17Aug64; DU60959. 



WHAT CAN I GIVE? A Christmas service 
in song, dialog and pantomime by 
Laverne Klotz. Kansas City, Mo., 
Llllenas Pub. Co. 14 p. NM: dialog. 
© Llllenas Pub. Co., a registered 
trade name of the Nazarene Pub. House; 
15Aug64; A727385. 



WHAT COLOR GOES WITH BROWN, by Jerome 
Max. A play in one act. 100 1. 
© Jerome Max; 15Jul64; DU60659. 



WHAT DO THEY KNOW ABOUT LOVE, UPTOWN? 
A play in three acts by Jerold C. 
Dukor. 114 1. © Jerold Charles 
Dukor; 12Nov64; DU61639. 



WHAT IS A FISHERMAN? Recitation, with 
soft banjo background, by Charley 
Dickey. 5 1. © 4-Star Sales Co.; 
25May64; C17016. 



WHAT IS A QUAIL HUNTER? Recitation, 
country music background, by Charley 
Dickey. 5 1. © 4-Star Sales Co.; 
25May64; C17017. 



WHAT IS THIS BUSINESS; or, Whatever 
one does? A musical play in three 
acts by Nene Carr (Juanita Carr) & 
Peggy Kelly. 16 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Nene Carr & Peggy Kelly; 
280ct64; DU61483. 

WHAT THE LIGHTNING HAD TO SAY, a play 
in one act by Wendell Metzger. 55 1. 
©Wendell Metzger; lDec64; DU61783. 



WHAT THE NEGRO WANTS; lecture & music 
by Katie Wells. 5 1. 2 parts. NM: 
additions. © Katie Wells; 8sep64 ; 
C17081 . 



WHAT WE HAVE NEVER HAD, a play in three 
acts by Gladys R. Gilleland Reynolds. 
102 1. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Postlude. NM: general revision. 
© Gladys R. Gilleland Reynolds; 
80ct64; DU61549. 

WHATEVER ONE DOES? See 
WHAT IS THIS BUSINESS. 



WHAT'S WRONG WITH WILLIE? A new play 
by B. K. Simkhovitch, pseud, of 
Ben Simcoe. 152 1. 3 acts. © Ben 
Simcoe; 9Nov64; DU61622. 

WHAT'S YOUR NAME? An original televl-. 
sion quiz game; audition script writ- 
ten & originated by Arthur Bornstein. 
7 1. © Arthur Bornstein; 8Sep64; 
C17059. 



WHEN DEATH STRIKES IN YOUR FAMILY. 
DEATH STRIKES IN EVERY FAMILY. 



See 



WHEN DON JUAN WEPT, a play with music 
in three acts. Words by Lawrence 
Johnson, music by Ruth Kahn. 36 1. 
Book only. © Lawrence Johnson & 
Ruth Kahn; 3Nov64 ; DU61492. 



WHEN THE MICE ARE AWAY, a comedy in 

three acts by John Henderson. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 86 p. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 23Sep64; DP5524 . 

WHERE ARE WE TRAVELING TODAY? By Linda 
B. Yerman. 5 1. © Linda B. Yerman; 
260ct64; C17158. 



WHERE ARE YOU? Script for radio or 
television series. Sheet. 
© A. P. Poston; 15Aug64; CI6969. 



WHERE ARE YOU GOING? A lecture on 
Christian Science; by Elbert R. 
Slaughter. 21 1. (Full report, 
no. 5 UY) ©Elbert R. Slaughter; 
2Sep64; C17048. 



WHERE DO YOU BURY AN ANGEL? By Howard 
Portnoy. 119 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Howard Portnoy; 23Jul64; DU60724. 

WHERE IS THE MAYOR? A musical comedy; 
book & lyrics by Mary Lacey, music 
& arrangements by Paul Weirlck. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Mary Lacey & Paul Weirick; 
15Jul64; DU60652. 

WHERE MY HEART IS, by Danny O'Rourke 
(Daniel John O'Rourke) 92 1. 
A musical play in three acts. Book 
only. © Danny O'Rourke; 210ct64; 
DU61435. 

WHERE THE HEART IS, an original screen- 
play by Mel Mendelow (Melvin Mendelow) 
86 1. © Melvin Mendelow; 6Aug64; 
DU60799. 

WHERE'S DADDY? A two act comedy by 
William Inge. 1 v. © William Inge; 
5Nov64; DU61571. 



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July-Dec. 



WHILE I SLEEP, by Gertrude Hinshaw. 2 1. 
Recording script. © Gertrude Hinshaw; 
20Aug64; C17066. 

THE WHISKER REBELLION, a playful play 
by Pat Sheffield (Patricia P. Shef- 
field) 1 v. 3 acts. © Patricia F. 
Sheffield; 25Sep64; DP5517. 

WHITE CROSSES, a play in seven scenes 
by Scott Burton. 51 1. © Scott Bur- 
ton; 2Sep64; DU61092. 



THE WHITE HOUSE, a presidential enter- 
tainment in two acts by A. E. 
Hotchner. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
re S- The presidents and their ladies, 
DU58788. NM: revisions & additions. 
© A. E. Hotchner; 2Jul64; DU60689. 

THE WHITE HOUSE OR BUST; seven steps to 
the Presidency; a documentary by 
Anthony G. Pilla. 16 1. Recording 
script. © Anthony G. Pilla; 24Aug64; 
C16987. 



WHO INVITED ZELDA? By Walter R. Smith. 
1 v. A play in three acts. © Walter 
R. Smith; 20ct64; DU61288. 

WHO IS SHE? Book, music & lyrics by 
William Mount-Burke. 1 v. A play. 
© William Mount -Burke; 23Sep64; 
DU61234. 

WHO KILLED KENNEDY? The facts behind 
the facts; an oral presentation by 
Noel Marie Teutsch & Champion Kurt 
Teutsch. 78 1. © Champion Kurt 
Teutsch & Noel Marie Teutsch: 24Nov64 : 
C17197. 

WHO SHALL SEPARATE US? A lecture on 
Christian Science by Elbert R. 
Slaughter. 20 1. (Full report, no. 6) 
© Elbert R. Slaughter; llSep64; 
C17063. 

WHOLE AMERICA. See 

THE PHILOSOPHY OF COLOR. 

WHO'S AFRAID OF THE BOGEY -MAN? By 
Perle Cole. 16 1. A play in one 
act. © Perle Cole; 130ct64; 
DU61391. 



WHO'S GOING TO MAERY NELLY? A comedy- 
drama in three acts by Nicholas 
Cosentino. 1 v. © Nicholas Cosentino; 
24Aug64; DU61008. 

WHO'S HUGH? By Dave Jacobson (David M. 
Jacobson) 5 1. © David Mervin Jacob- 
son; 80ct64; 017104. 

WHO'S IN CONTROL? A lecture on Chris- 
tian Science by Wllllajn Mllford Cor- 
rell. 20 1. (Full report, no. 5) 
© William Milford Correll; 2Sep64; 

C 170 49. 

WHO'S UNDER THE BED? By John Glines. 
52 1. A play. © John Glines; 
17Aug64; DU60929. 

WHY BREAK EGGS IF YOU ARE NOT GOING TO 
MAKE AN OMELET? See 
THE WIDOWS. 

WHY DO THEY HATE US SO MUCH; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by James Edward Howard. 
3 2 , 1 ; © James Edward Howard; 8Dec64; 
DU61857. 

WHY NOT CHANGE YOUR THINKING? A lecture 
on Christian Science by Roy J. Linnlg. 
20 1. (Full report no. 2) © Roy J. 
Llnnig; 260ct64; C17137. 



THE WIDOWS; or, Why break eggs if you 
are not going to make an omelet? 
A play by Alice Costello. 151 1. 
2 acts. © Alice Costello; 17Aug64; 
DU60956. 

WIDOW'S WALK; an original screenplay 
by Paul Dexter. 203 1. © Paul 
Dexter; l6Dec64; DU61908. 

THE WIFE OF USHER'S WELL, an old, old 
tale retold by a narrator, ballet 
singers, mimes, dancers, and a few 
makers of music. Play by Frank Baer, 
music by Thomas Simmons. 2 v. 
©Frank Baer; 200ct64; DU61445 . 

WIGS & MODES THROUGH THE AGES, by 
Dianne Valvo Johnson. 1 v. Narra- 
tion. © Dianne Valvo Johnson; 
60ct64; C17117. 



THE WILD ANSWERS FOUR, a show created 
& written by Gabrielle De'l Bosque, 
pseud, of Josefina Juarez; to be pre- 
sented orally. 2 1. © Gabrielle 
De'l Bosque; 19Aug64; CI6988. 

WILL ROGERS, a musical biography by 
John Spier Simon & Warren Robertson. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book only. © John 
Spier Simon & Warren Robertson; 
16Nov64; DU61574. 

WILLIE AND JULIET. (Transmutation) 

One act play by Douglas Taylor, pseud, 
of Donald D. Taylor. 31 1. © Douglas 
Taylor; 21Sep64; DU61223. 

WILLOWS FOR HER HARP, a one-act play 
by Elyse Nass. 24 1. © Elyse Nass; 
28Jul64; DU6O876. 

THE WIND BLOWS FOUL, by Karen W. Rosen- 
berg. 26 1. A screenplay. © Karen 
W. Rosenberg; 15Jul64; DU60667. 



WINDHAM COUNTY, NEW ENGLAND, U. S. A. 
Sheet. Radio script. Appl. author: 
Harold Cabot & Co., Inc. © Carling 
Brewing Co., Inc. d.b.a. Carling Brew- 
ing Co.; 27Aug64; C17035. 

WINDOWS, by Murray Schisgal. 31 1. 
A play. © Murray Schisgal; 24Aug64 : 
DU61013. 

THE WINGS OF THE DOVE, a play by 

Christopher Taylor from the novel by 
Henry James. 1 v. 3 acts. © Chris- 
topher Taylor; 6Nov64; DU61586. 

WINGS OF THE DOVE, by Henry James. 
A play in three acts, adaptation by 
Guy Bolton. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. 
Co. 191 p. © Guy Bolton; 260ct64; 
DP5580. 

WINGS OVER AFRICA, by Gabrielle Grant & 
Marie E. Lee. 69 1. A play In 
3 acts. © Gabrielle Grant & Marie E. 
Lee; 10Jul64; DU60648. 

THE WINNER, by Florence Aquino Kaufman. 
60 1. A play in two scenes. 
© Florence Aquino Kaufman; 12Aug64; 
DU60844 . 

WINTER OF CONTENT. See 

A HANDY GIRL TO HAVE AROUND. 



WINTER'S MARKET, a play by Eugene 
Yanni. 4ll. 6 scenes. © Eugene 
Yanni; 20Jul64; DU6O701. 

WINTER'S TALE. See 

SIX PLAYS OF SHAKESPEARE: ROMEO AND 
JULIET, RICHARD II, AS YOU LUCE IT, 
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, OTHELLO, 
THE WINTER'S TALE. 



THE WISDOM OF EVE, a play in three acts 
by Mary Orr & Reginald Denham. 
Adapted from the story by Mary Orr on 
which the film All about Eve was 
based. Dramatists Play Service. 
107 p. © Mary Orr & Reginald Denham; 
29Jun64; DP5434. 

THE WITCHYEST WITCH OF ALL, a two act 
play of minor significance by Irwin 
Sirota. 78 1. © Irwin Slrota & Ann 
Sirota; 28Sep64; DU61254. 



WITH LAWRENCE OF ARABIA. 
THE DESERT RAIDER. 



See 



WITH SIRENS SCREAMING; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Russ Dolan, pseud, of 
Walter A. Cole. 32 1. © Walter A. 
Cole; 8Dec64; DU61842. 

WITH THE EASTERN WIND; the script for 
the film by A. Charron, pseud, of 
Arpad Kolar. 24 1 1. © Arpad Kolar; 
15Jul64; DU60669. 



WITHIN THE RAGE OF STORMS. By 
Ion Constantine Laskaris. 1 v. 
A play in three acts. © Ion 
Constantine Laskaris; l4Aug64; 
DU60867 . 



THE WITNESS; or, The ordeal of Susan 
Price, by June A Willenz. 30 1. 
A play in three acts. © June A. 
Willenz; !JAug64; DU60853. 



WITNESS. See 

MODERN CHANCEL DRAMAS. 

THE WIZARD, a musical play. Book by 
Monica Witni (Monica Witni Cassin); 
lyrics & music by Murray Semos, 
Monica Witni & Jim Cassin (James 
Cassin) 2 v. 3 acts. ©Monica 
Witni Cassin, James Cassin & Murray 
Semos; 13Aug64; DU60973. 

THE WIZARD OF OZ; adaptation, songs & 
lyrics by Jim Eller; additional 
music & arrangements by Jeanne Bargy. 
2 v. A play in two acts. Based on 
the original story by Lyman Frank 
Baum. © Jim Eller & Jeanne Bargy: 
6Jul64; DU60589. 

WOMAN IN THE SHOE, an original musical 
for children. Book & lyrics by 
Walter Sonnenburg; music by Katherine 
Menefee. 48 1. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Walter Sonnenburg: 
2Nov64; DU61559. 

THE WOMAN OF EREBUS a play in one act 
by Allan Knee. 68 1. © Allan Knee; 
28Aug64; DU61051. 



THE WOMAN PAYS, a comedy in three acts 
by Emily Heilman. 1 v. © Emily M. 
Hellman; 2Nov64; DU61537. 



WOMAN'S MISTAKE; original story & 
screenplay by James B. Stafford. 
32 1. © James B. Stafford; HAug64; 
DU60819. 

WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL WORLD, a new musi- 
cal comedy. Book & lyrics by Leslie 
Stevens; music by Dominic Frontiere. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Leslie Stevens; 2Sep64; DU6096O. 

WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD, by Or- 
vllle Wanzer; a scenario that grew 
out of a series of conversations be- 
tween the author & Forrest Westmore- 
land. 57 1. © Orville J. Wanzer; 
10ct64; DU61283. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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WOODROW WILSON, by David Karp. Rev. 
10/26/64. 53 1. (Profiles in 
courage, by John F. Kennedy) 4 acts. 
© Robert Saudek Associates, Inc.; 
260ct64; DP5591. 



THE WOODSHED, a play in one act by L. E. 
Preston. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
32 p. (Baker's royalty plays) 
©Walter H. Baker Co.; lbAug64; 
DP5455 . 

WORD ANALOGIES. 58 1. Recording 

script. Appl. author: John D. Greg- 
ory. © Word Analogies; 80ct64; 
C17120. 

WORDS AND SYLLABLES; script for radio or 
television series. Sheet. © A. P. 
Poston; 7Dec64; C17227. 



WORK WHILE YOU PLAY, a short comedy 
skit by Gladys Guilford Scott. 
Sioux City, Iowa, Wetmore Declamation 
Bureau. 2 1. © Wetmore Declamation 
Bureau; lSep64; DP5595 . 

THE WORLD AS IT'S; preliminary dis- 
cussion of the serial in a scenery 
form by I. Thany, pseud, of Imre 
Tihanyi. 1 v. © I. Thany; 12Nov64; 
DU61578. 

THE WORLD OF CARLOS, by William 
Halrston. Ill 1. A screenplay. 
© William Halrston; 21Dec64; 
DU61934 . 

WORLD OF FATHER HOPPER. See 
THE TROUBLE WITH LUCIFER. 

THE WORLD THAT NEVER WAS; 3 acts by 
Hugh Whipple & William Himelhoch. 
1 v. A play. NM: general revision. 
© William L. Himelhoch & Hugh 
Whipple; Uul64; DU60574. 

DER WUNDERSCHRANK. (A btfvos szekreny) 
Komische Oper in zwei Akten ftfnf 
Bildern; Musik von Ferenc Farkas; 
Text von Gyula Kunszery; Deutsche 
Fassung von Karlheinz Gutheim. 
Klavierauszug mit Singstimme. Wien, 
Universal Edition. 170 p. (UE 11390) 
Text in Hungarian & German. © Univer- 
sal Edition, A.G.; 30Dec63; DF1729. 

WYNKEN, BLYNKEN AND NOD IN NOOM, an 
original musical phantasy by Russ 
Swain .(Russell C. Swain) & Don Reid 
(Donald W. Reid) 1 v. A screenplay 
in three acts. © Russel C. Swain & 
Donald W. Reid; 10Sep64; DU61155. 



YEARS AWAKENING, a dran,_ in three acts 
by Anne Allswang & S. F. Livorsi. 
1 v. © Anne Allswang & S. F. Livorsi- 
17Nov64; DU61564. 



YESTERDAY TO ETERNITY; or, By some 
chance. A play by Elston J. Melton 
in collaboration with Henry Swanson. 
Adapted from the novel Quick darkness, 
by Elston J. Melton. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Elston Joseph Melton; 25Aug64; 
DP5555- 



YESTERDAYS DREAMS, by Linn Stockham 
(Linda J. Stockham) 39 1. A play 
In 2 acts. © Linda J. Stockham; 
l6Nov64; DU61665. 



YESTERDAY'S LAUREL, by Helene Whittaker. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Helene 
Whittaker; 28Jul64; DU60742. 



YOLANDE AND THE BELL, by Richard 
Harvard, pseud, of Lewis Stiltz. 
123 1. A screenplay. © Richard 
Harvard; 7Dec64; DU6l824. 



YORK CYCLE OF MYSTERY PLAYS. 
THE YORK NATIVITY PLAY. 



See 



THE YORK NATIVITY PLAY, the traditional 
play from the York Cycle of Mystery 
Plays performed from 1300 to 158O; 
adapted by Tony Gray. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 62 p. One act. 
©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 23Sep64; DP5526. 

YOU BE THE WEATHER MAN; script. 4 1. 
Radio script. © Alice H. Green; 
24Sep64; CI7083. 

YOU BETTER WATCH YOUR FRIENDS, by Jim 
Nesbitt. Sheet. © Peach Music; 
27Nov64; C17225. 

YOU CAN RISE! A new musical based on 
the books of Horatio Alger, Jr. Book 
& lyrics by John Calene; music by Paul 
Murphy. 100 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© John Calene & Paul Murphy; 24Sep64; 
DU61207. 



YOU THINK YOU GOT PROBLEMS? A revue by 
Edna Amadon Toney; music by Nancy Til- 
ney. 1 v. 2 acts. © Edna Amadon 
Toney & Nancy Tilney; 80ct64; DU61291. 

YOUNG DICK WHITTINGTON, a play for 
children in three acts by Alan 
Broadhurst. Anchorage, Ky., Children's 
Theatre Press. 71 p. © Children's 
Theatre Press; 26Aug64; DP5461. 



YOUNG EAGLE. 
TUARI. 



See 



A YOUNG HART, a play in two acts, 
prologue & epilogue by Sam Leve 
(Samuel Levej 1 v. © Sam Leve; 
150ct64; DU61402. 



YOUNG, YOUNG LOVE, by William Gref e . 
66 1. A screenplay. © William 
Grefe; 7Dec64; DU61818. 



YOUR GOLDEN FUTURE IN THE LAND OF EN- 
CHANTMENT. 14 1. Narration film- 
script. © Rio Rancho Estates, Inc.; 
25Jun64; C17019. 

YOUR GOLDEN FUTURE IN THE LAND OF EN- 
CHANTMENT; nat. 1 - film H. 1 v. 
Narration filmscript. © Rio Rancho 
Estates, Inc.; 25Jun64; C17021. 

YOUR GOLDEN FUTURE IN THE LAND OF EN- 
CHANTMENT; New York State legend. 
1 v. Narration filmscript. © Rio 
Rancho Estates, Inc.; 25Jun64; 
C17020. 

YOUR NUMBER IS UP; simulated 1/2 hour 
TV contest program by Halden L. Lewis. 
Script no. 2. 42 1. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Halden L. Lewis; 
2Dec64; C17190. 

YOUR PRESENTATION PARTNER. 23 1. 

(Culligan sales training film script, 
no. 2) Appl. author: Duane E. McCom- 
mon. ©Culligan, Inc.; 27Mar64; 
C17013. 



YOUR SIDE, MY SIDE, a play in three 
acts by Bernard Kelly. 138 1. 
© Bernard Kelly; 8Sep64; DU61137 . 



YOUR SPEAKING VOICE, HOW TO MAKE IT 
EFFECTIVE. 17 1. A lecture. 
© John S. Oakvik & Leonard A. 
Schindler; 30Jul64; C16942. 



YOUR TEEN BEAT SHOW, pilot script writ- 
ten & created by Michael Lee Eisgrau. 
11 1. A script for television. 
© Michael Lee Eisgrau; 20Jul64; 
C16930. 



YOU'RE BETTER OFF MARRIED, a two-act 
comedy-drama, by Bruce Mentch. 1 v. 
© Bruce Mentch; 3Sep64; DU61106. 



by Frank E. 
© Frank E. 



Work. 
Work; 



ZEKE, THE PROSPECTOR, 
A one act teleplay. 
26Jun64; C16917 . 

ZENTAS. See 
RASTAI, II. 



DER ZERRISSENE, von Gottfried von 

Einem. Oper in zwei Akten; Text nach 
Johann Nestroy; eingerichtet von Boris 
Blacher. Op. 31. Klavierauszug. 
London, Boosey & Hawkes. 221 p. 
© Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers, 
Ltd.; 20Aug64; DFO-1320. 

ZWEI WORTE TOTEN, ein Stuck von Erwin 
Sylvanus. Reinbek bei Hamburg, 
Rowohlt Verlag. 143 p. © Rowohlt 
Verlag, G.M.B.H. ; 30May59; DF1757. 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



A list, arranged by title, of dramas, dramatico-musicals, lectures, sermons, mono- 
logs, and radio, television and recording scripts for which renewal registrations were 
made during the period covered by this issue. Information relating to both the 
original and the renewal registration is included in each entry. References from 
variant titles and from distinctive subtitles are interfiled. 



ABIE'S IRISH ROSE, a comedy In three 
acts by Anne Nichols. Acting ed. 
© 19iJov57 ; DP53393. Anne Nichols 
(A); 25Nov64; R349387. 

THE ABSENTMINDED MASTER OF CEREMONIES, 
a radio continuity by F. Hillebrand. 
© l6Jun37; D50373. Margaret Rusln 
(NK); 30Jul64; R342198. 



THE ACTORS HAVE COME, a 
acts by James Reach. 
DP51234. James Reach 
R343404. 



comedy in three 
© 6Aug37; 
(A); l8Aug64; 



AFTER OCTOBER, a play in three acts by 
Rodney Ackland. Contains music. 
© 27JU137J DP51453. Rodney Ackland 
(A); 28Aug64; R343831. 



AFTERGLOW, a play in one act by 
H. F. Rubinstein. © HSep37; 
DF51966. Harold F. Rubinstein 
(A); 15Sep64; R344918. 



ALL AMERICANS, a drama in one act by 
Kenneth Pollard. © 24Mar37; DP48653. 
Kenneth Pollard (A); 120ct64; 
R346391. 



ALL IN A DAY, by Lindsey Barbee. 

© 6Feb37; D47928. Helen Barbee (NK); 
l6Nov64; R348508. 



ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE, a play in one 
act by H. F. Rubinstein. © 2Feb37; 
DP47478. Harold F. Rubinstein (A); 
24Aug64j R343817. 

ALTITUDE 3200; comedle en 3 actes de 
Julien Luchaire. © 12Apr37; D49065. 
Mme. Wuve Dawid, nee Rose Anne 
Amarant (E); 3Dec64; R350412. 



ALTITUDE 3200; comedle en 3 actes et 5 
tableaux de Julien Luchaire. (in La 
Petite illustration) © LMay37; 
D51263. Mme. Veuve Dawid, nee Rose 
Anne Amarant (E) ; 3Dec64; R350411. 



AMONG THE WINNERS, a comedy in three 
acts by Marie Doran. © l6Mar37; 
DP48576. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
HAug64; R342965. 

AMONG US GIRLS, a comedy in one act by 
Charles George. © 30Jun37; D50775. 
Edith M. Stevenson (E); l4Sep64; 
R344818. 

AMPHITRYON 38, a comedy in prologue & 
three acts by S. N. Behrman, adapted 
from the French of Jean Giradoux. 
© l8May37; D49769. S. N. Behrman 
(A); 10Aug64; R342921. 



ANNE OF GREEN GABLES, a modern dramati- 
zation of L. M. Montgomery's most 
popular novel, in three acts by Alice 
Chadwlcke, pseud, of Wilbur Braun. 
© lSep37; DP52309. Samuel French, 
Inc. & L. C Page Trust (PWH) ; 
2Sep64; R344006. 



ANOTHER ANGLE, a comedy in three acts 
by Marie Doran. © 13Jul37; DP50841. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 28Aug64; 
R343829. 



AROUND THE CORNER, an American play for 
the American people by Martin Flavin. 
© 23Feb37; D47982. Martin Flavin (A); 
28Dec64; R352045. 



ARSENAL, a play in three acts by Ralph 
Max Zink. © l8Nov36; D45872. Ralph 
Max Zink (A); 3Sep64; R344108. 

AS YOU LIKE IT; radio adaptation by 
Brewster Morgan. (The Columbia 
Shakespearean cycle) © 250ct37; 
D52786. Columbia Broadcasting 
System, Inc. (PWH); 7Dec64; R350429. 



ASK THE WIND; In three acts by Bernard 
Victor Dryer. © 6N0V36: D45677. 
Bernard Victor Dryer (A); 2§0ct64; 
R347085. 



AT THE TOURIST CAMP; operetta in two 
acts. v Clarence Kohlmann, music; 
Elsie Duncan Yale, book & lyrics. 
© 12Nov37; D39374. Rodeheaver Co. 
(PWH); 25Nov64; R349658. 



AT THE WELL OF BETHLEHEM, a drama 

arranged from the authorized version 
of the Bible by Mona Swann. 
© 26Feb37; D48980. Mona Swann (A); 
l4Sep64; R344805. 

AU SOLEIL DU MEXIQUE; operette a grand 
spectacle en 2 actes et 16 tableaux 
de Andre Mouezy-Eon et Albert 
Willemetz; musique de Maurice Yvain . 
Partition et chant. © lSep36; 
D39172. Maurice Yvain (A); 17Aug64; 
R343318. 

AU SOLEIL DU MEXIQUE; operette a grand 
spectacle en 2 actes et 16 tableaux 
de Andre Mouezy-Eon et Albert 
Willemetz; musique de Maurice 
Yvain. Texte seulement. © lSep36; 
D45688. Andre Mouezy-Eon & Albert 
Willemetz (A); 17Aug64; R343319- 



AUNT MINNIE FROM MINNESOTA; comedy In 
three acts by Henry Rowland, pseud, 
of Charles George. © 26Aug37; 
D51693. Edith M. Stevenson (E); 
l4Sep64; R344827. 



AUNT TILLIE GOES TO TOWN, a riotous 
farce in three acts by Wilbur Braun. 
© 29Sep37; DP52234 . Wilbur Braun 
(A); 29Sep64; R346248. 



B 



BACHELOR BUTTONS, a comedy in three acts 
by Robert C. Schimmel. © 2Aug37; 
D51182. Robert C. Schimmel (A); 
14Sep64; R344823. 



BACK TO ADAM, a glimpse of three 
periods by Harold Brighouse. 
© 26Feb37; D48976. Barbara Brig- 
house (C); l4Sep64; R344802. 



BE IT EVER SO HUMBLE, a one act play by 
Albert M. Brown. © l80ct37; D52838. 
Albert M. Brown (A); 230ct64; R347314. 



BEAN AND HAS-BEEN, a Twelfth night 
play by Essex Dane. © 17Feb37; 
D47920. Rudy Engel (E); l4Sep64; 
R344793. 



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DRAMAS 



July— Dec. 



THE BEAR'S NEST, a comedy in one act 
by Patricia M. Donahue. © 13Feb37; 
DP48031. Patricia M. Donahue (A); 
24Aug64; R343819. 

A BEDFAST PROPHET, a version in Scots 
in 1 act by David Rori, pseud, of 
Ronald Elwy Mitchell; from A rogue in 
bed, by Ronald Elwy Mitchell. 
© 29Jun37; DP50893. Ronald Elwy 
Mitchell (A); 6Nov64; R348098. 

BEGINNER'S LUCK, a comedy by Owen 
Davis. © 3May37; D49480. Donald 
Davis (C); 8Jul64; R341245. 

A BONE FOR MOTHER HUBBARD, in 1 act by 
Gertrude Allen. © 10May37; D49984. 
Gertrude Allen (A); l6Nov64; R348513. 



BONNET OVER THE WINDMILL, a play in 
three acts by Dodie Smith (Dorothy 
Gladys Smith) © 70ct37; DP5256O. 
Dorothy Gladys Smith (A); 120ct64; 
R346389. 



BOUCHE EN COEUR; operette en 3 actes 
de J. Darieux & G. Legllse; couplets 
de Rene Nazelles; musique de Rene 
Sylviano. Livret. © 20May37; 
D51093. Rene Nazelles (A); 25Jun64; 
R340229. 

THE BRAVE AND THE BLIND, a drama in 
one act by Michael Blankfort. 
© 30Jun37; DP5O63O. Michael Blank- 
fort (A); 6Jul64; R341154. 



BRIEF CANDLE, a romantic comedy in 
three acts by Robert Hare Powel. 
2d revision. © 17Mar37; DP48574. 
Alice M. Powel (W); HAug64; 
R342963. 



THE BRUSH PEDDLER; play in one act by 
Beulah King. © 29Jul37; D51217. 
William Presson (E); 3Dec64; R350386. 



BUDDY, a play in one act by J. C. 
McMullen. © 6Feb37; D47926. Marie 
McMullen (w) ; l4Sep64; R344796. 

BUREAU CENTRAL DES IDEES; comedle en 1 
acte de Alfred Gehrl. (in La Petite 
Illustration) © 25Sep37; D52637. 
Alfred Gehri (A); 3Dec64; R350409. 



BUSMAN'S HONEYMOON, a detective comedy 
In three acts by Dorothy L. Sayers & 
Muriel St. Clare Byrne. © 13Jan37; 
DU47108. Anthony Fleming (C of 
D. L. Sayers); 27Nov64; R349783. 

BUTTON, BUTTON, a comedy in three acts 
by Maurice Clark. © 1Nov37; D57265. 
Maurice Clark (A); 21Dee64; R351430. 



BY BREAD ALONE, a drama in 1 act by 
Nancy Tubiash. © 20May37; D49983. 
Nancy Tubiash (A); l6Nov64; R348512. 



CAPONSACCHI; drama in 3 acts, prologue 
& epilogue. Based on Browning's The 
ring & the book. From the play Capon - 
sacchi, by Arthur Goodrich & Rose 
Palmer. Libretto by Arthur- Goodrich; 
music by Richard Hageman. Libretto. 
© 28Dec36; D46798. Fred Rullman, Inc. 
(PWH); 12Nov64; R348546. 

CARACCIOLO; tre atti & 6 quadrl di 
Arturo Rossato. Musica di Franco 
Vlttadlnl. RIduzlone per canto & 
pianoforte. © 22Nov37; DP39375. 
Lena Vittadini (w) ; 15Dec64; 
R351075. 

CARACCIOLO; tre attl & sei quadrl per 
la musica di Franco Vittadini, di 
Arturo Rossato. Libretto. © 22Nov37; 
DP53495. Laura Rossato (C); 15Dec64; 
R351076. 

THE CASE OF THE SQUEALING CAT, a 

mystery play in three acts by James 
Reach. © 3Feb37; DP47510. James 
Reach (A); 6Aug64; R342956. 



CHALKED OUT, in three acts by Lewis E. 
Lawes & Jonathan Finn. © 22Jan37; 
D47600. Lewis E. Lawes & Jonathan 
Finn (A); 29Sep64; R346070. 



CHARACTER STUDIES IN ONE ACT, by Carolyn 
Draper Gllpatric. © 26Feb37; 
D48977. Caroline Draper Gilpatric 
(A); l4Sep64; R344803. 



THE CHARTIST, a one act play by Stephen 
Schofield. © 120ct37; DP54096. 
Stephen Schofield (A); 230ct64; 
R347295. 



CHEERFUL LITTLE EARFUL, a comedy in 
three acts by Robert C. Schimmel. 
© 24Feb37; D47927. Robert C. 
Schimmel (A); l4Sep64; R344797. 

LES CHEVALIERS DE LA TABLE RONDE; piece 
en 3 actes de Jean Cocteau. 
© 15Nov37; D53843. Edouard Dermlt 
(E); 3Dec64; R350413. 

CHINA BOY, a comedy in three acts by 
James Reach & Tom Taggart. © 2Jul37; 
DP50679. James Reach & Tom Taggart 
(A); 28Aug64; R343828. 

CHOICE PLAYS FOR CHRISTMAS, by Elsie 
Duncan Yale, Pearl Holloway & Mattie 
B. Shannon. © 150et37; D52629. 
Rodeheaver Co. (PWH); 4Nov64; R348241. 

CHRISTMAS MYSTERY PLAY; the Christmas 
gospel presented in action & song. 
Text by W. G. Polack & Matthew Nathan- 
iel Lundqulst; music by M. N. Lund- 
quist. © 29Sep37; D39337. Summy- 
Birchard Co. (PWH); l60ct64; R347524. 

THE CLOTH OF SENDONY, an Easter play by 
Elizabeth H. Emerson. © 28Apr37 ; 
D49988. Elizabeth H. Emerson (A); 
l6Nov64; R348516. 



COWBOYS AND INDIANS; or, The story of 
Grey Eagle and the palefaces. A 
juvenile operetta by Alfred Wheeler 
& Leila Plrani. Words & music. 
© 31Aug37; D39363. Mrs. C. F. Murray 
(C of A. Wheeler) & Loris J. Pirani 
(E); 22Sep64; R345764. 

THE COWBOY'S CHRISTMAS BALL PAGEANT; 
re-enactment of Larry Chittenden's 
historical ballad in Anson City, by 
Leonora Barrett. © 19Jan37; DU47319. 
Arrle Barrett (e) ; 27Nov64; R349853. 

THE CRADLE WILL ROCK; ten sketches to 
music with words by Marc Blltzstein. 
© 13Apr37; D39266. Edward Davis & 
Josephine Davis (E) ; HSep64; R344647. 



CRIONS LE SUR LES TOITS; revue en 2 
actes par Sacha Gultry. © 6Nov37; 
D53189. Mme. Sacha Gultry, nee Lana 
Marconi (W) ; 6Nov64; R348341. 



CRISS-CROSS, a farce in one act by 
J. G. Fuller. © HFeb37; D47925. 
John G. Fuller (A); l4Sep64; R344795. 



CYMBELINE REFINISHED, a variation by 
George Bernard Shaw. Act 5. 
© I40ct37; D52489. Public Trustee 
(E); 150ct64; R346752. 



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DAISY WON'T TELL, a farce in 1 act by 
Babette Hughes (Babette Hall) 
© 1Nov37; DP57259. Babette Hall (A) 
9Nov64; R348329. 



DAUGHTERS OF ATREUS, by Robert Turney. 
© 190ct36; D47557. Robert Turney 
(A); 22Sep64; R34567O. 



DEATH, MR. PRESIDENT, by Paul Hargan. 
© 28Jul37: D51007. Paul George 
Hargan (A); 20Aug64; R343645. 

DELlLft, by Ferenc Molnar (Molnar Ferenc) 
© 20Aug37: D52471. Llli Darvas 
Molnar (W) & Martha Sarkozi (C); 
20Aug64; R343570. 

DELILA, by Molnar Ferenc (Ferenc Molnar 
© 20Aug37; D52471- till Darvas 
Molnar (W); 21Aug64; R343747. 



THE DEVIL TAKE HER, a comedy in three 
acts by William Porter Hamilton. 
© 28jun37; D50535. William Porter 
Hamilton (A); 15Jul64; R34l495. 



DIRGE WITHOUT DOLE, a play in three ' 
scenes by Cedric Mount, pseud, of 
Sydney Box. © HSep37; DP51965. 
Sydney Box (A); 15Sep64; R344919. 

DR. 1. Q. , THE MENTAL BANKER, by 
Lee Segall. © 3Jul37; D5215O. 
Lee Segall (A); 7Jul64; R341036. 



CALL IT A DAY, a comedy in three acts 
by Dodie Smith (C. L. Anthony, pseud. 
Dorothy Gladys Smith) © 8Feb37; 
DP48446. Dorothy Gladys Smith (A); 
24Aug64; R343823. 



LE CAP DES TEMPETES; piece en 5 actes 
par Henry Bernstein. © l60ct37; 
D52843. Mme. G. Gruber, nee George 
Bernstein (c); 6Nov64; R348340. 



CLOUDS, a dramatic play with music in 
four acts & an epilogue by Myron 
Pallant. © Uul37; D50577. Myron 
Pallant (A); 30Dec64; R352166. 

LE COEUR; piece en 5 actes par Henry 

Bernstein. (In La Petite illustration) 
© 3Apr37; D50222. Mme. 0. Gruber, 
nee George Bernstein (C) ; 6Nov64; 
R348355. 



THE COLLEGE OF COURAGE, a play in three 
acts by Lula Vollmer. © 21Dec36; 
DU46547. Lalla V. Hill (NK); 
l8Aug64; R343029. 



DON JOSE; comedie en 3 actes par-yean 
Bernard-Luc, pseud, de Luclen 
Boudousse. © 4Aug37; D51281. 
Lucien Boudousse (A); l6Nov64; 
R349363. 

DON'T EVER GROW UP, a comedy of youth 
in three acts by James Reach. 
© 6Aug37; DP51236. James Reach (A); 
l8Aug64; R343405. 

DOUBLE-CROSS PATCH, a comedy In one act 
by Wallace Acton. © 1Nov37; DP52847. 
Wallace Acton (A); 6Nov64; R348101. 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



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DOUBLE TROUBLE, a farce in 3 acts by 
James F. Stone. © 29May37; D50540. 
James P. Stone (A); l6Nov64; R348521- 



DREAMS ARE FOR TWILIGHT HOURS, a mere 
fancy by Essex Dane. © l8Feb37; 
D47918. Rudy Engel (E) j l4Sep64; 
R344791. 

DUSTY ERMINE, a play In 3 acts by Neil 
Grant. © 3Mar37; DP48657. Neil P. 
Grant (A); 6Nov64; R348095. 



EASILY STAGED PLAYS FOR GIRLS; nine 
new non-royalty plays by John Wiley, 
Harriet Lee Berk & Dmitri Komonosov, 
compiled by S. Sylvan Simon. 
© 28Jun37; DP50572. Samuel French, 
Inc. (PCW); 31Jul64; R341998. 

THE EASY MINSTREL BOOK; eight complete 
minstrel first parts from the ends 
of the world by Robert (Bob) 
Ellinger, pseud, of Arthur L. Kaser. 
© l4May37; D49996. Loah Kaser (W); 
l4Sep64; R344813. 

EASY NOVELTY NUMBERS, compiled & edited 
by Molly Shannon. © 7May37; D49997. 
Molly Shannon (a); 16Nov64; R348520. 



EASY SHORTS; short & snappy skits that 
may be presented almost anywhere by 
Reynolds Ryan, pseud, of Arthur 
Leroy Kaser. © HMay37; D49995- 
Loah Kaser (W); l4Sep64; R344812. 



ELECTEE; piece en deux actes de Jean 
Giraudoux. © 2Jun37; D51258. 
Mme. Jean Giraudoux nee Suzanne 
Boland (W) & Jean Pierre Giraudoux 
(C); 13Jul64; R341347. 

THE ELOPEMENT, a farce comedy in 3 acts 
by John Edwin Wakefield. © 21Jan37; 
D47288. John Edwin Wakefield (A); 
l6Nov64; R348503. 



EVERY DAY BUT FRIDAY, a play by Sylvia 
Regan (Sylvia Regan Ellsteln) 
© 220ct37; D52680. Sylvia Regan 
Ellstein (A); 270ct64; R347O76. 



THE EXAMINATION, a play in 1 act by 
Fred Eastman. © 2Nov37; D53596. 
Homer H. Henrie (E); 9Nov64; R348330. 



THE EYES' OF FAITH, an Easter drama for 
10 women by Mlna Maxfield & Lena 
Eggleston. © 28Apr37; D49990. Mina 
Maxfield (A); l6Nov64; R348517. 



FAMILY PORTRAIT, a play In two acts by 
Lenore & William Joyce Cowen. 
© 23Jan37; DU47324. Lenore Coffee 
Cowen (A); 24Aug64; R343816. 

FARAWAY FRIENDS; operetta with toy 
orchestra by J. Lilian Vandevere. 
© 28jan37; D39219. Summy-Birchard 
Co. (PWH); 12Aug64; R343128. 



FAREWELL, VILLON, a comedy in prologue 
& 1 act by Robert Raynolds. © 4Jan37; 
DU46983. Robert Raynolds (A); 
l4Dec64; R350718. 



FARM OF THREE ECHOES, by Noel Langley. 
(In Three plays) © 260ct36; 
DP75417. Noel Langley (A); 29Jun64; 
R340677. 



FARM OF THREE ECHOES. 
THREE PLAYS. 



FATHER MALACHY'S MIRACLE, a play in 
three acts by Brian Doherty, adapted 
from the novel by Bruce Marshall. 
© 20Dec37; DU53994. Brian Doherty 
(A); 22Dec64; R351647. 



FIREMAN, SAVE MY CHILD: An old-fashion- 
ed melodrama In one act by Ned 
Albert, pseud, of Wilbur Braun . 
© 70ct37; DP52437. Wilbur Braun (A); 
120ct64; R346393. 

THE FIREMAN'S FLAME, a play in three 
acts by Jerrold Krimsky. © 3Sep37; 
DU51744. Sophie Krimsky (E); 
120ct64; R346390. 

FIVE AND TEN; minute sketches & black- 
outs for small stages by Tom Taggart. 
© 4jun37; DP50215. Tom Taggart (A); 
28Aug64; R343826. 



FIVE IN A ROW, a play in 1 act by John 
Bradwell, pseud, of Alfred Sangster. 
© 29Jun37; DP50894. Alfred Sangster 
(A); 6Nov64; R348099. 

THE FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS, a play for 
children from seven to seventy In 
three acts by John Ravold; taken 
from the book by Margaret Sidney, 
pseud, of Harriet Mulford Stone 
Lothrop. © l40ct37; DP52541. 
John Ravold (A); 230ct64; R347291. 
(See also The five little peppers; 
3Dec64; R350505) 

THE FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS, a play for 
children from seven to seventy in 
three acts by John Ravold; taken 
from the book by Margaret Sidney, 
pseud, of Harriet Mulford Stone 
Lothrop. © I40ct37; DP52541. 
Walter Ravold (NK) ; 3Dec64; R350505. 
(See also The five little peppers; 
230ct64; R357291) 

LE FLIRT AMBULANT; piece en 3 actes 
par Tristan Bernard. (in Les Oeuvres 
libres, no.190) © lApr37; D51919. 
Jean Jacques Bernard (C); 7Dec64; 
R350930 . 

THE FLYING ACE, an airy comedy in three 
acts by Kathryn Wayne. © 22Dec37; 
DP54086. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
29Dec64; R352048. 

FOREVER, by Noel Langley. (In Three 
plays) © 260ct36; DP75417. Noel 
Langley (A); 29Jun64; R340678. 

FOREVER. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

FORGOTTEN MOTHERS, a melodrama in three 
acts by W. Siegel & S. Steinberg. 
© 2Jul37; D5061O. Nellie Casman 
(W of S. Steinberg); 2Jul64; R340436. 

FOUR CENTS A WORD, by John Cecil Holm. 
© 9Sep37; D5l8l4. John Cecil Holm 
(A); 10Sep64; R344875. 

A FOURTH FOR BRIDGE, a one act play 
by James Reach. © 20Sep37; DP52232. 
James Reach (AJ; 22Sep64; R345647. 

FRENCH WITHOUT TEARS, a comedy in three 
acts by Terence Rattigan. Acting ed. 
© 23Nov37; DP53751. Terence Rattigan 
(A); 25Nov64; R349390. 

FRENCH WITHOUT TEARS, a play in three 
acts by Terence Rattigan. 
© l8Feb37; D48473. Terence Merryn 
Rattigan (A); 10Aug64;- R342918. 



FRIC-FRAC; piece en 5 actes par Edouard 
Eourdet. © 12Jun37; D51267 . 
Mme. Edouard Bourdet, nee Denise 
Remon (w) ; 6Nov64; R348339- 

FRIENDLY RELATIONS, by Noel Langley. 
(In Three plays) © 260ct36; 
DP75417. Noel Langley (A); 29Jun64; 
R340679. 



FRIENDLY RELATIONS. 
THREE PLAYS. 



See 



FRIGHT, a mystery play in one act by 
James Reach. © 19Jul37; DP50959. 
James Reach (A); l8Aug64; R343401. 

THE FUGITIVES, a play in a prologue & 
three acts by Walter Hackett. 
© 4Mar37; DP48658. Marian Lome 
Hackett (W); HAug64; R342966. 



FUNNY MAN, a play in 3 acts by Lela E. 

Rogers & Albert M. Ottenhelmer. 

© 9Nov37; D53044. Lela E. Rogers (a); 
12Nov64; R348400. 



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GALAHAD JONES, a comedy of youth in 
three acts by Boyce Loving. 
© lSep37; D52090. Boyce Loving (A); 
70ct64; R345819. 

THE GALLOPING GHOST; operetta. Music 
by Ira B. Wilson; lyrics by Edith 
Sanford Tillotson; book by Zelda 
Gottlieb. © 12Sep36; D39139. 
Lorenz Pub. Co. (PWH of I. B. Wilson) 
31Jul64; R342297. 



GEMS, GOWNS AND GIRLS, a musical comedy 
in one act. Book, lyrics & music by 
Charles George. © 12Jan37; D39234. 
Edith M. Stevenson (E); l4Sep64; 
R344788. 

GENERATIONS, a play in three acts by 
Margaret Sperry & Ben Russak. 
© 20Nov36; D46629. Ben Russak (A); 
3Nov64; R347709. 

GEORDIE, a version in Scots of Bert 
by Eden Phillpotts, by Felix Fair, 
pseud, of W. Craig Mitchell. 
© 12Apr37; DP49285. W. Craig Mitchell 
(A); 24Aug64; R343822. 

GEORGE AND MARGARET, a comedy in three 
acts by Gerald Savory. © lApr37; 
DP50237. Douglas Gerald Henry 
Savory (A); 28Aug64; R343827. 



GEORGE AND MARGARET, a comedy in three 
acts by Gerald Savory. © 10Apr37; 
DU48987. Douglas Gerald Henry 
Savory (A); 28Aug64; R343825. 



GEORGE AND MARGARET, a comedy in three 
acts by Gerald Savory. © HNov37; 
D53160. Gerald Savory (a); 17Nov64; 
R349412. 



THE GHOST OF YANKEE DOODLE, a play in 
two acts by Sidney Howard. 
© 15Dec36; D46959. Polly Damrosch 
Howard (W) ; 10Aug64; R342917- 



GHOSTS, a play in three acts by Henrik 
Ibsen, adapted & arranged for pro- 
duction by Garrett H. Leverton. 
© 3Sep37; DP51886. Mrs. Ed S. 
Leverton (NK) ; 15Sep64; R344920. 



THE GIRL FROM CHILDS, a farce in three 
acts by Archie Colby Sc A. G. Jackson. 
(Longmans' series) © 12Nov36; 
D46876. Archie Colby (A); 3Aug64; 
R342303. 



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July-Dec. 



THE GIRL PROM CHILDS, a farce in three 
acts by Archie Colby & A. G. Jackson; 
edited by Nathaniel Edward Reeid. 
Director's manuscript. (Longmans' 
series) © on minor changes of 
dialogue; 31Dec36; D46834 . Bernice 
Reed Williams (NK of N. E. Reeid); 
3Aug64; R342302. 

A GIRL'S EXPERIENCE, a play in two acts 
by S. Steinberg. © 31JulJ7; D51055. 
Nellie Casman (W); 3Uul64; 
R342220. 

GLASS HOUSES, a comedy in three acts by 
Walter Ellis. © 27Jan37; DP47639. 
Barfield, Child, Barry, Lucas & 
Sons (E); 24Aug64; R343818. 

GOING ON SEVENTEEN, a comedy of youth 
in three acts by Hilda Manning, 
pseud, of James Reach.- © l6Sep37; 
DP51999. James Reach (A); 22Sep64; 
R345644. 

THE GOLDEN BAND, a comedy in six scenes 
by Morrie Ryskind & Edward Childs 
Carpenter. © 220ct37; D52740. 
Morrie Ryskind (A); 220ct64; 
R347023. 

GOLDEN GLOVES; modern allegory in three 
acts, thirteen scenes by Clifford 
'Odets. © l40ct37; DU52513. Nora 
Odets & Walt Whitman Odets (C); 
3Nov64; R3t7708. 

GOOD TIDINGS, a dramatic presentation 
for Christmas by C. Austin Miles. 
© 150ct37; D52630. Rodeheaver Co. 
(PWH); 4Nov64; R348242. 



THE GRAND DUCHESS OF GEROLSTEIN; comic 
opera in three acts by Offenbach. 
New English libretto by G. P. Robin- 
son. © 28Sep37; D52314. Mervyn 
Cedric Hugh Boustead & George Flad- 
gate Finch (E of G. P. Robinson); 
29Sep64; R3H6188. 



GRAND FINALE, a play in 3 acts by Janet 
Elsie Clark & Edward Clark. © 20Aug5^ 
D51448. Janet Elsie Clark (A); 
l6Nov64; R349211. 



GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN, a Masonic 
play in three acts by Carl H. Claudy. 
© 19Sep36; D45282. Carl H. Claudy, 
Jr. (C); 28Aug64; R343741. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© N0.A-63--A-64, 19Sep36, DU44870- 
44871; No.A-65, 25Sep36, DU44920; 
N0.A-66--A-67, 10ct36, DU45032- 
45033; N0.A-68--A-69, 80ct36, 
DU45158-45159; N0.A-70--A-71, 
150ct36, DU45239-45240; N0.A-72-- 
A-73, 230ct36, DU45441-45442; 
N0.A-74--A-75, 290ct36, DU45505- 
45506. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
10Aug64; R342640-342652. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© NO.A-76--A-77, 5Nov36, DU45636- 
45637; No.A-78, 12Nov36, DU45757; 
N0.A-79--A-8O, 19Nov36, DU45904- 
45905; N0.A-8I--A-82, 28Nov36; 
DU46018-46019; No.A-83--A-84, 
4Dec36, DU46157-46158; No.A-85— 
A-86, 10Dec36, DU46357 -46358; 
No.A-87— A-88, l8Dec36, DU46474- 
46475; No.A-89— A-90, 28Dec36, 
DU46645-46646; N0.A-91--A-92, 
30Deo36, DU46846-46847. Green Hornet, 
Inc. (PWH); 150ct64; R346331-346347. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No.A-93 — A-94, 6jan37, DU46691- 
46692; N0.A-95--A-96, 15Jan37, 
DU47116-47117; N0.A-97--A-98, 
21Jan37, DU47248-47249; N0.A-99-AIOO, 



28jan37, DU47372-47375; No.A-101 — 

A-104, HFeb37, DU476l4-476l7; 
No.A-i.05-- A-106, l8Feb37; DU47726- 
47727; NO.A-107--A-108, 26Feb37, 
DU47944-47945. Green Hornet, Inc. 
(PWH); 2Nov64; R347680-347695. 

THE GREEN LIGHT, a mystery thriller in 
three acts by Robert C. Schimmel & 
J. C. McMullen. © 26Jun37; D50542. 
Robert C. Schimmel (A); l4Sep64; 
R344814. 

GREEN WATERS, a play in 3 acts by Max 
Catto. © 24Apr37; DP49790. Max 
Catto (A); 6Nov64; R348097. 

THE GUIDING STAR; Christmas drama by 
Valeria R. Lehman. © l8Aug36; 
D44483. Valeria R. Lehman (A); 
31Jul64; R342298. 



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HALF A LOAF, a play in 3 acts by 
Frederick Lonsdale. © 2Dec37; 
DU53640. Frances Lonsdale Donaldson 
(C); 7Dec64; R350507. 

HAMLET; radio adaptation by Brewster 
Morgan. (Columbia Shakespearean 
cycle) © 250ct37; D52789. Columbia 
Broadcasting System, Inc. (PWH); 
7Dec64; R350432. 

HANS BRINKER; or, The silver skates. 
A play of old Holland in three acts, 
adapted by Tom Taggart from the book 
of the same name by Mary Mapes Dodge. 
© 21Dec37; DP54087. Tom Taggart (A); 
29Dec64; R352049. 

HARMONY HEIGHTS; or, Paradise on earth. 
In three acts by Armina Marshall 
Langner & Lawrence Langner. 
© 2Dec36; D47505. Armina Marshall 
Langner (a); 23Nov64; R3495^9. 



HARMONY HOUSE; comedy in three acts by 
William Ellis Jones. © 31Aug37; 
D52246. Dora T. Jones (W); l4Sep64; 
R344829- 



THE HAUNTED PALACE, a drama by Stephen 
Schofleld. © 250ct37; DP53295. 
Stephen Schofleld (A); 260ct64; 
R347404 . 

THE HAUNTED TEAROOM, a comedy in three 
acts by Anne Coulter Martens. 
© lApr37; D48973. Anne Coulter 
Martens (A); l4Sep64; R344800. 

HAVE A HUSBAND; farce in one act by 
Jean Provence. © 29Jul37; D51218 
Jean Provence (A); 70ct64; R346176. 

HAVING WONDERFUL TIME, a play in 3 acts 
by Arthur Kober. © 5Jan37; DU47015. 
Arthur Kober (A); 10Dec64; R350804. 

HAVING WONDERFUL TIME, by Arthur Kober; 
foreword by Marc Connelly. © 28May37; 
D50113. Arthur Kober (PWH); 120ct64; 
R346408. 

HAVING WONDERFUL TIME; text of the 
play by Arthur Kober. © 28May37; 
D50113. Arthur Kober (A); 120ct64; 
R346409. 

THE HEADLESS HORSEMAN, an operetta for 
senior high school by Stephen Vincent 
Benet, based upon A legend of Sleepy 
Hollow by Washington Irving. 
Libretto. © 12Aug36; D44136. 
Thomas C. Benet, Rachel Benet Lewis 
& Stephanie Benet Mahin (C); 10Aug64; 
R342916. 



THE HEADLESS HORSEMAN, an operetta in 
one act by Douglas Moore, based upon 
A legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washing- 
ton Irving; libretto by Stephen 
Vincent Benet. © I60ct37; D39369. 
Douglas Moore (A); 17Dec64; R351667. 

THE HEADMASTER, by Essex Dane. 
© 17Feb37; D47919. Rudy Engel 
(E); l4Sep64; R344792. 

HEARTS AND FLOWERS, an old time melo- 
drama in one act by Henry Rowland, 
pseud, of Charles George. © 2Jan37; 
D47285. Edith M. Stevenson (E) ; 
l4Sep64; R344789. 



THE HEAVENLY EXPRESS, a play in three 
acts by Albert Bein. © HDee37; 
DU53785. Albert Bein (A); l6Dec64; 
R351526. 

HEWERS OF COAL, a play in one act by 
Joe Corrie. © 17Nov37; D53597. 
Joe Corrie (A); 30Nov64; R351735. 

HIGH PRESSURE HOMER, a comedy of family 
life in three acts by Bruce Brandon, 
pseud, of Wilbur Braun. © 2Aug37; 
DP51238. Wilbur Braun (A); 2Sep64; 
R344000. 

THE HILL BETWEEN, a play in three acts 
by Lula Vollmer. © 26May37: 
DU49922. Lalla V. Hill (NK) ; 
l8Aug64; R343030. 



HIS FIRST DATE, a comedy in one act by 
James Reach. © 12Aug37; DP51363. 
James Reach (A); l8Aug64; R343406. 



THE HOME THE STAR SHONE ON; Christmas 
drama in one act by Esther C. Averill 
© 20May37; D49987. Lawrence Averill 
(Wr); 2Dec64; R351732. 

HOT WATER, a comedy In two acts by 
Richard Hill Wilkinson. © 4May37; 
D49981. Richard Hill Wilkinson (A); 
l4Sep64; R344807. 



HOUNDED BY HATE, a melodrama in 3 short 
scenes by Albert A. Ostrow. © lApr37 
D48981. Albert A. Ostrow (a); 
16Nov64; R348509. 



HOUSE OF HORRORS, a mystery farce in 
three acts by James Reach. 
© 6Aug37; DP51233. James Reach 
(A); l8Aug64; R343403. 



HOW TO GET TOUGH ABOUT IT; play in 
three acts by Robert Ardrey. 
© 15Sep37; D51923. Robert Ardrey 
(A); l6Sep64; R344941. 



HOWDY STRANGER, a comedy in three acts 
by Robert Sloane & Louis Pelletier. 
© 28May37; DP50064 . Thelma W. Sloane 
(W) & Louis Pelletier, Jr. (A); 
13Aug64; R343398. 



A HUSBAND FOR BREAKFAST, a comedy in a 
Welsh setting by Ronald Elwy Mitchell. 
© 3Dec37; D54585. Ronald Elwy 
Mitchell (A); 7Dec64; R350506. 



I HAVE BEEN HERE BEFORE, by John Boynton 
Priestley. © 8Nov37; DP62742. 
J. B. Priestley (A); l8Nov64; 
R349597. 

I MADE YOU POSSIBLE, a play for the 
girls of today, in 1 act by Ivor 
Brown. © 15Jun37; DP50632. Ivor 
Brown (a); 6Nov64; R348100. 



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