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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 20, Parts 3—4, Number i 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 

January— June 
1966 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE - THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1967 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries 
Third Series 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 20, Parts 3—4, Number i 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 

January— June 

1966 




COPYRIGHT OFFICE - THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1967 



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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 
S5 per hour. 

For each registration listed, except for renewals, 
there has been deposited a copy or copies of the 
work in accordance with the provisions contained 
in sections 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 
Printing Office, 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 S50 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. Some parts also contain regis- 
trations made under symbols other than those 
listed for the particular part, if the subject matter 
or type of material is similar to that generally 
included in the part. 

The first letter of the symbol is that of the class 
under which registration is made. Second and 
third letters, if any, that follow the initial letter 
are added by the Copyright Office for the purpose 
of statistical analysis. Their significance is as 
follows : 



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F Published foreign works. In the case of books and 

periodicals, it designates works manufactured out- 
side the United States (except those registered for 
ad interim copyright). In all other classes to which 
it applies, it designates works first published outside 
the United States, the authors of which are neither 
citizens nor domiciliaries of the United States. 
(AF, EF) 

I Books and periodicals registered for ad interim copy- 

right. (AI, BI) 

Price per 
semiannual 
issue 
Part 1 Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and 

Contributions to Periodicals $7. 50 

A Books 

BB Contributions to periodicals 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 2 Periodicals 2. 50 

B Periodicals 

R Renewal registrations 

Parts 3-4 Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral 

Delivery 2. 50 

C Lectures and other works prepared for 

oral delivery 
D Dramatic or dramatico-musical works 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 5 Music 7. 50 

E Musical compositions 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 6 Maps and Atlases 2. 50 

F Maps 

R Renewal registrations 



O Published works of foreign origin registered under the 

waiver-of-fee provision (section 2 1 5 of Title 1 7 of 
the United States Code). (BIO, GFO) 

P Published works in classes for which registration is 

possible for either published or unpublished works 
(except those for which the second letter F, ex- 
plained above, is appropriate). (EP, JP) 

U Unpublished works in classes for which registration 

is possible for either published or unpublished 
works. (DU, EU) 

Price per 
semiannual 
issue 
Parts 7-11 A Works of Art, Reproductions of Works 
of Art, Scientific and Technical Drawings, 
Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial Illus- 
trations $2. 50 

G Works of art and models or designs for 

works of art 
H Reproductions of works of art 

I Drawings or sculptural works of a scientific 

or technical character 
J Photographs 

K Prints and pictorial illustrations 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 1 IB Commercial Prints and Labels 2. 50 

KK Commercial prints and labels 
R Renewal registrations 

Parts 12-13 Motion Pictures and Filmstrips 2. 50 

L Motion-picture photoplays 

M Motion pictures other than photoplays 

R Renewal registrations 



Subscription price: Complete Catalog for the year 
$50.00; $12.50 additional for foreign mailing. 
Orders, accompanied by remittances, should be 
addressed to the Superintendent of Documents, LT.S. 
Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 
20402. 



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Table of Contents 

Page 

Current Registrations 1 

Renewal Registrations 55 

Name Index 63 



Introduction 



PARTS 3-4 list dramas, dramatico-musicals, lec- 
tures, sermons, monologs, and radio, television, 
and recording scripts registered in classes C and 
D. Many of the recording scripts arc made to 
accompany filmstrips which arc registered in 
classes A and J and listed in Pans 12-13: Motion 
Pictures and Filmstrips. Works for which the 
copyright has been renewed are listed separately 
in the Renewal Registrations section. Selected 
published dramas currently registered in 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 perti- 
nent to the copyright claim. References lead 
from variant titles, from distinctive subtitles, and 
from other titles associated with the work. 

The Name Index to the names of authors, edi- 
tors, 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 
imprint 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) Special descriptive data which includes the 
number of acts or scenes; 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) A statement of limitation of claim if the 
application or notice on the work explicitly 
limits the claim. 

15) Name of the copyright claimant. 

16) P'or 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. 

1 7) 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 is 
given first, followed by the phrase "in notice" and 
the data given in the work; e.g., (c) Richard Roe; 
12Jan66 (in notice: 1965); DP6000. 

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 Annex, 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 (c). 

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 copy- 
right 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. 

12) Renewal regitsration number. 



Abbreviations and Symbols 



The following 


list includes abbreviations and 


d.b.a. 


symbols 


used 


in 


this catalog with specific copy- 


(E) 


right or 


biblic 


)graphic meanings. 


ed. 


(A) 






author (s) 


(NK) 


a.a.d.o. 






accepted alternative designation 
of 


NM 


a.k.a. 






also known as 




adm.c.t. 


a. 




administrator(s) cum testa- 


P- 
(PCB) 








mento annexo 


adm.d.b 


.n.c.t 


a. 


administrator(s) de bonis non 
cum testamento annexo 




appl. 






application 




© 






copyright symbol 


(PCW) 


(C) 






child or children of the deceased 
author 


(PPW) 


comp. 






compiled by, compiler 












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doing business as 
executor(s) of the author 
edition, editor 

next of kin of the deceased 
author 
new matter 
page(s) 

proprietor of a work copy- 
righted by a corporate body 
otherwise than as assignee or 
licensee of the author 
proprietor of the composite 
work 

proprietor of the posthumous 
work 



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(PWH) 


proprietor of copyright in a 


reg. 


registered, registration 




work made for hire 


rev. 


revised 


prev. 


previous, previously 


t.a. 


trading as 


pseud. 


pseudonym 


v., vol., vols. 


volume, volumes 


pt. 
pub. 


part, parts 
pubHshed, publishing 


(W) 


widow of the author 


(R) 


renewal registration 


(Wr) 


widower of the author 



Registrations January-June 1 966 



Class C — Lectures and other works pre- 
pared for oral delivery 464 

Class D — Domestic published dramatic 

and dramatico-musical works . 1 4b 

Foreign published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works. ... 91 

Unpublished dramatic and dra- 
matico-musical works 1 , 452 

Dramatic works registered in 
class A 105 

Total 2,258 



Renewals: Classes C and D 



414 



These figures represent the number of regis- 
trations for dramas and works prepared for oral 
delivery for January-June 1966, but do not neces- 
sarily represent the exact number of entries in this 
issue of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. Regis- 
tration figures for other classes of material 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 



ADL AND JEWISH SOCIETY OF AMERICANISTS. 
See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 

ADL AND JEWISH SOCIETY OF 

AMERICANISTS. 



ABBY NEWTON'S STAR, a one act Christmas 
play for children by Eleanor Burke. 
56 1. ® Eleanor Burke; 5May66; 
DU65777. 



ABE OF THE AGES, "by Mary Carmel 

Browning. 1 v. A historical play 
in ** acts. © Mary Carmel Browning; 
llApr66; DU6556O. 

EIN ABEND IN DEN MUNCHNER KAMMERSPIELEN; 
edited by Conrad P. Homberger. Das 
Haus erinnerung, von Erich KSstner; 
Der KammersSnger, von Frank Wedekind. 
New York, Scribner. 119 P- (The 
Scribner German series) Text in 
English & German. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Charles Scribner 's Sons; 
5Jan66; A819O32. 



ABOUT, a play for a revolving stage 
by Arnold Powell. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Arnold Powell; 4May66; DU65779. 

ABOUT MEN, by Rose A. & Abram A. Dyck. 
28 1. © Rose A. Dyck & Abram A. 
Dyck; 15Jun66; CI8623. 

DEK ABTRTJNNIGE; ein drama um Giordana 
Bruno von Albert Hartl. [Hameln, 
Ger.] Helmut Soltsien Verlag. 96 p. 
5 AKten. © Helmut Soltsien Verlag; 
5Nov65; DFO-liteS. 

THE ACCENT'S ON YOUTH! Recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 15 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26Jan66; CI8282. 

AN ACCIDENT THAT HAPPENED, by Ronald 
Elbert. 1 v. A clay in 15 scenes. 
© Ronald D. Elbert; 13Jun66; DU6603I. 



THE ACE PILOT, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Chester 
Kosmider. 31 1. © Chester Koemider; 
lFeb66; DU64889. 



THE ACROBATS, s play in one act by 
Rosemary Anne Sisson. London, 
3. French. 15 p. (French's acting 
edition) ® Rosemary Anne Sisson; 
10Aug65; DFl8l4. 



THE ACTIONS OF TIGERS, a realistic 
one-act play of war by Louis E. 
Catron. 32 1. © Louis E. Catron; 
l4Mar66; DU65352. 



ADAM, by Lonnie D. Carter. 6I 1. 

A play. © Lonnie D. Carter; 10Mar66; 
DU65235. 



ADIEU, PERE FOUETTARD; comedie en 1 

acte par Helen Aduddell. Lincolnwood, 
111., National Textbook Corp. 31 P- 
(French drama series) (Dollar lan- 
guage book series) © National Text- 
book Corp.; 60ct65; A837377 . 



THE ADULTER (Y)ATED TRUTH, by Norman 
Miller. 6th revision. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
3Aug65, DU63653; 1'+Aug65; DU63885; 
10ct65; 220ct65, DU64222; ION0V65, 
DU64446. © Norman Miller; 3Peb66; 
DU64996. 



THE ADULTER (Y)ATED TRUTH, by Norman 
Miller. fth ed. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l8May65, DU63159; 3Aug65, DU63653; 
l4Aug65, DU63885; 10ct65, DU644iH; 
220ct65, DU64222; 10Nov65 , DU64446, 
3Feb66, DU64996. © Norman Miller; 
20Apr66; DU656II. 



THE ADULTER(Y)ATED TRUTH, by Norman 
Miller. 8th rev. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l8May65; DU63I59; 3Aug65, DU63653; 
l4Aug65, DU63885; 10ct65; 220ct65, 



DU64222; ION0V65, DU64446; 3Feb66, 
DU64996; 20Apr65. © Norman Miller; 
23May66; DU65856. 



ADVERTISING '66; shooting script pre- 
pared for American Oil Co. by Wild- 
ing. Writer: John Davenport. Rev. 
Oct. 19, 1965. 82 1. 151 scenes. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 29Mar66; DU65408. 



THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN BUMBLEBEE; 
screenplay, music & lyrics by James 
Rusk, story by James Rusk with David 
Axelrod, from an idea by James Rusk. 
1st draft 177 1. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. author: Michael 
Brown Enterprises, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Michael Brown Enter- 
prises, Inc.; 28Apr66; DU65519. 



THE ADVENTURES OF COLOREDMAN, written 
by Teddy Vann. 4 1. © Teddy Vann; 
lJun66; 018629- 



THE ADVENTURES OF THE CATMAN AND KIT, 
by Eugene J. Walter, Jr. 44 1. 
A recording script in 12 chapters. 
© Eugene J. Walter, Jr.; 10Jun66; 
DU66008. 



AESOP'S FABLES. See 

THE WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING. 



THE AFFAIR, a one act play by Helen 
Duberstein, pseud, of Helen Lipton . 
17 1. © Helen Lipton; 26Jan66; 
DU64721. 



AFRICAM COLLAGE; compiled & written by 
Michael Ackerman. 26 1. A play. 
© Michael Ackerman; 24May66; DU65757 . 



AFTER LONG SILENCE; one act by Michael 
Henry Levin. 50 1. A play. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Michael 
Levin; 19Apr66; DU65574 . 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



AFTER Z, a play in two acts by Rex 
Brioo. 60 1. © Rex Brlooj 15Jan66; 
DU64733. 



THE AFTERNOON, by Lionel Franklin Scott. 
15 1. A play. © Lionel Franklin 
Scott; 17Peb66; DU65O65. 



AFTERNOON IS A SUGAR CUBE, by Tom 
Oliver, pseud, of Thomas Oliver 
Crehore. 121 1. A musical play in 
3 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Tom 
Oliver,- 21Mar66; DU65328. 

AN AFTERNOON WITH UNCLE REMUS, by 

W. Roberts. 53 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Walter Roberts; 23Hay66; DU65869. 



AGAINST THE ODDS, by A. R. B. Produc- 
tions. 4 1. Television script. 
©A. R. B. Productions, Inc.: 7Jun66; 
CI8618. 



AGAKEMNON; adapted from Aeschylus for 
dramatic reading by John H. Knoll. 
33 1. © John H. Knoll; 3Jan66; 
DUeiTlO. 

AGAMEMNON. See 

THE ORESTEIA TRILOGY: AGAMEMNON, THE 
CHOEPHOROE, THE EUMENIDES 3: 
PROMETHEUS BOUND. 



AGATHA SUE, I LOVE YOU, by Abe Einhorn . 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Abe Ein- 
horn; 28Jan66; DU64860. 



AGENT 36 - 24 - 
RED OVER RED. 



36. See 



THE AGGIORNAMENTO OF VATICAN II, by 
Christopher Butler. 16 1. (The 
Theological issues of Vatican II) 
An address. © University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; CI8503. 

AH, SOUR, SOUR FAILURE. See 
RALPH AND ROSEY TEEVEE. 



THE AIR RIFLE, by Ralph Hughes, pseud, 
of Ralph Hughes Works. 96 1. 
A screenplay in 3 acts. © Ralph 
Hughes Works; 27Jan66; DU64843. 



AIRCRAFT RADIO COMMUNICATIONS, SEC- 
TION A; script of a disc recorded 
narration to be reproduced as an edu- 
cational lecture by Paul E. Sander- 
son. 25 1. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Sanderson Films, Inc.; l8Jan66; 

c 182 35. 

AIRCRAFT RADIO COMMUNICATIONS, SEC- 
TION B; script of a disc recorded 
narration to be reproduced as an 
educational lecture by Paul E. San- 
derson. 21 1. NM: additions & 
revisions. ©Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
l8Jan66; C18236. 

THE AIRLINE STEWARDESS, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Glenda Delph. 31 1. 
© Glenda Delph; l6May66; DU65798. 

AJAX. See 

POUR PLAYS BY SOPHOCLES. 

AJAX & ELECTRA; newly translated by 
Theodore Howard Banks. (in Four 
plays by Sophocles. New York, Oxford 
University Press. p.[l], etc.) Appl . 
states prev. reg. DU52028 & DU53O37. 
© Theodore Howard Banks; 13Jan66; 
DP5970. 



AKT MIT PAUSE; Einakter von Kurt 
Benesch. Wlen, Universal Edition. 
64 p. © Universal Edition, A.G.; 
9Mar66; DFO-1450. 



AKTION BUSSARD, elne fast wahre 

Geschichte von Robert Pilchowski & 

Traute Hellberg. Reinbek bei Hamburg 

[Ger.] Rowohlt Verlag. 60 1. 

© Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 4jun65; 

DF1838. 



THE AL CAREY STORY, written by Naomi 
Gordon. 1st draft: July 4, I966. 
150 1. A screenplay. © Naomi 
Gordon; 10Jun66; DU66012. 



ALAS! IT DISAPPEARED; the case of the 
missing medical register of Block 
21, Auschwitz concentration camp 
by Chester Leo Smith. 1 v. 
A play. © Chester Leo Smith; 
31May66; DU65918. 



L'ALBERGO DEI POVERI; due atti e 
quattro quadri di Flavio Testi. 
Libera traduzione e addatamento 
dell'autore. [Milan] Ricordi. 
226 p. Riduzione per canto e 
pianoforte. Dal dramma di Massimo 
Gorki. © G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; 
17Dec65; DP1842. 



AN ALBUM OP GUNTER GRASS, by Ninon 
Tallon Karlweis. 23 1. A play in 2 
acts. Based on the writings 4 
drawings of Gunter Grass. © Ninon 
Tallon Karlweis; 28Mar66; DU65477. 

EL ALCALDE DE ZALAMEA, de Pedro Calderon 
de la Barca. Edited with introd. & 
notes by Peter N. Dunn. Oxford, 
Pergamon Press. 140 p. 3 acts. 
(Pergamon Oxford Spanish series, 
2529) Appl. author: Pergamon Press, 
Ltd., employer for hire of Peter N. 
Dunn. © Pergamon Press, Ltd.; 5May66; 
AF24336. 



ALCOA WRAP, by Dolores Evans, pseud, 
of Dolores M. McDonald. 2 1. 
A television commercial. © Dolores 
M. McDonald; 25Apr66; C18470. 



ALICE IN WORDLAND, a television script 
by Marcia Cohen. 9 1- © Marcia F. 
Cohen; 10Jan66; DU64805 . 



ALICE IN WONDERLAND, adapted by Theo 
Baler. 32 1 . A play in 12 scenes. 
NM- revision & additions. © Theo L. 
Baier; l4julb6; DU6609O. 



ALIEN KIN5 one-act play by Laura A. 
Weyant. 10 1. © Laura A. Weyant; 
27Jan66; DU64844. 



ALL AT S.E.A., by Leonard L. Perlmutter. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Leonard 
L. Perlmutter; 31Mar66; DU65433. 



ALL FOR LOA/E; or. The world well lost. 
By John Dryden; edited by John J. 
Er.-;k. New York, Appleton-Centurv- 
Crofts. 86 p. (Crofts classics) 
5 acts. NM: introd,, bibliography, 
editor's footnot^^s. © Meredith Pu": . 
Co.; 24oTan66; A815476. 

ALL GOOD CHILDREN, a play in two acts 
by Donald Howarth. London, S. French. 
81 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Donald Howarth; 23Aug65; DFI82O. 



ALL IN THE GOLDEN AFTERNOON, a play in 
one act by George Wilkerson. 14 1. 
© George J. Wilkerson; 20Apr66; 
DU6560I. 



ALL MY ENEMIES, by Salvatore Ruggiero. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Salvatore 
Ruggiero; 28Mar66; DU65502. 



ALL THE QUEEN'S MEN COULDN'T FIX HUMPTY 
AGAIN, SO THEY ATE HIM, a one act 
play by Edward Friedman. 30 1. 
© Edward Friedman; 17Jun66; DU66058. 

ALL THE WORLD AS MY PARISH. See 
AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK IV: PLAYS 
ABOUT MODERN TIMES. 

ALL THINGS BEAUTIFUL, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Robert Morrone. 31 1. © Robert 
Morrone; 20Jun56; DU66O67. 

THE ALL WONDROUS NATURE OF THE OZARKS. 
(Nature in the Ozarks) By Krystel 
Kann . 2 sheets. © Krystel Kann; 
5Nov65; CI8202. 

ALL-EE ALL-EE OUT'S IN FREE, a new 
play in two acts by Merle Keith 
Gibson. 1 v. © Merle Keith Gibson; 
22Mar66; DU65446. 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, by William 
Shakespeare. New York, Washington 
Square Press (W104) II6 p. (The 
Folger Library general reader's 
Shakespeare. General editor: Louis B. 
Wright. Assistant editor: Virgiria A. 
LaMar) 5 acts. NM: intrc'd., n^tes, 
c^^mpilaci'^n of illus. © Washingt'-n 
Square Press, Inc.; 17May65; A838092. 



ALMOST LIKE BEING, by Jean Claude 

Van Itallie. 12 1. A play. © Jean 
Claude Van Itallie; 12Apr66; DU65538 



ALONG THE BRIDAL PATH, a comedy ir ^n^ 
act by John Kirkpatrick. New York, 
S. French. 30 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 150ct65; DP5953. 

ALTGELD, a musical drama by David M. 
Jacobson. l8§ 1. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © David M. .Jacobsonj 
25May66; DU6569O. 

ALTHOUGH YOU CAN HIDE! A new musical 
play by William Brooks. 2 v. 
2 acts. © William Brooks; 25Mar66; 
Da65399. 

AMANDA; or. The world of Justin Morgan. 
By Betty Bandel. 78 1. A play with 
music in 4 scenes. © Betty Bandel; 
7Mar66; DU65191. 

AmAnte. See 

THE ITALIAN BED. 



AMAPOLA, a comedy in 2 acts by Jose 
Luciano Varona, translated from the 
Spanish by George Christopoulos. 
1 V. © Jose Luciano Varona & 
George Christopoulos; 5Apr66; 
DU65494. 



AMEN, a one act play using film & other 
amusements oy Jane Stolten. 33 1. 
© Jane Stolten; 6jun66; DU65967 . 



AMERICA HURRAH, a masque for three 
dolls by Jean Claude Van Itallie. 
61. © Jean Claude Van Itallie; 
12Apr66; DU65536. 



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THE AMERICAN, a drajna in three acts by 
Arthur J. Weitzman. Sh 1. Adapted 
from Henry James's novel of the 
same title. © Arthur J. Weitzman; 
31May66; DU65753. 

AMERICAN CIA AGENT; original storj' 
written % adapted for television by 
Wallace G. McElmury. 30 1. © Wallace 
G. McElmury; 9Jun66; DU6599I. 



AMERICAN GYPSY, by Milton Ehrllch. 
67 1. A play in 5 acts. © Milton 
Ehrllch; 29Mar66; DU6542I. 



THE AMERICAN WAY, a musical; words, 
nusic & book by Majel Miles. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Majel Miles; 7Mar66; 
DU65195. 



AMERICANA LIBRARY, by Murry Worner. 
1 V. 12 plays for television. 
© Woroner Productions, Inc.; 
l6May66; DU65809. 



AMONG THE BRUTES AND TULIPS, a play in 
three acts by Douglas M. Young. 
129 1. © Douglas M. Young; 24Jan66; 
DU64832. 



AMOS BROWN HAS COME TO TOWN, a three 
act comedy with film supplement by 
D. R. Wright. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 50Jul65 , DU63669. NM: 
revisions. © Daniel R. Wright; 
17Jun66; DU66059. 



AMOUR INWOMBRABLE . 
NUIT D'UN COUPLE. 



See 



ANATOMY OF SPIRITUALITY, manuscripts for 
oral delivery by Barbara Mary Muhl. 
Vol. 1. 1 V. © Barbara Mary Muhl; 
13Jun66; CI8635. 

ANATOMY OF THE RIDE; recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 11 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26Jan66; CI8279. 



AND ALL BECAUSE OF JOHNNY, by Donna S. 
Beckman, Mary M. Craven & Michael 
N. Stevens. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Donna S. Beckman & Mary M. Graven; 
10May66; DU65768. 

AND EVERYTHING NICE. See 

THREE SHOW-AND-TELL SCRIPTS: MEET 
MRS. HOMEMAJCER; AND EVERYTHING 
NICE; MEN ON THE MOVE. 



AND CW THE SF,VF;NTH DAY, by Shirley 
Eleanor Gervais McCarthy. 33 1. 
A play in 1 act. © Shirley Eleanor 
Gervais McCarthy; 24Jan66; DU6'l838. 



AND ONE AND ONE, by Bernioe Kunian. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Bernice 
Kunian; 27Jan66; DU64807. 



AND PEOPLE ALL AROUND, a play by George 
Sklar. 112 1. 2 acts. © George 
Sklar; 25Mar66; Du65ii92. 



AND THEY ATE OF THE TREE OF KNOWLEDGE; 
teleplay by Zoltan Alpar. 10 1. 
© Zoltan Alpar; 6May66; DU65740. 

AND THEY LAUGHED MERRILY EVER AFTER, 
by Philip Grayson. 122 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Philip Grayson; 2'fJan66; 
DU64972. 



AND WE ARE THREE, a full length play 
in one act by Albert L. Smelko. 
77 1. © Albert L. Smelko; 7Feb66; 
Da65014. 



ANGELA, a comedy in three acts by 
Sumner Arthur Long. 1 v. © Sumner 
Arthur Long; 20May66; DU65849. 

DIE ANMASSUNG. (The odd ones) Stuck 
in drei Akten von Louis S. Bardoly. 
Deutsche Bearbeitung Ulrich del 
Mestre. II9 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 25Jul6l, DU53621. © Louis S. 
Bardoly & Ulrich del Mestre; 
17Jan66; DU65698. 



ANNE, an original story written & adapt- 
ed for television by A. Hodder. 
31 1. © A. Hodder; lFeb66; DU64888. 



ANOTHER ISLAND, a play by Frederick T. 
Dankert. 86 1. 3 acts. © Frederick 
T. Dankert; 31May66; DU65956. 



ANOTHER MAN'S PLEASURE, by Arthur H. 
Singer. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. DU64400. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Arthur 
H. Singer; lApr66; DU65512. 



THE ANTAGONIST, a new play by David 
Garney, pseud, of William Ellis 
Hoopes. 116 1. 3 acts. © William 
Ellis Hoopes; l4Mar66; DU65262. 



ANTHRAPOLCGIA , a shooting script for a 
motion picture short by Lorna Ray 
Bitensky. 5 1. 5 scenes. © Lorna 
Ray Bitensky; 9Feb66; DU65024. 



ANTIDOTE FOR A SILENT SPY, by Robinson 
Stockham, pseud, of Linda Juanita 
Stockham. Final draft. 50 1. A 
screenplay in 2 parts. © Linda 
Juanita Stockham; 12Apr66; DU65544 . 

ANY PRODUCT, by Dolores Evans, pseud. 
of Dolores M. McDonald. Sheet. 
Commercial script. © Dolores M. 
McDonald; 5Jul66; CI8619. 



ANYONE CAN BE PRESIDENT, by Frank 
Martin (Francis B. Martin) 132 1. 
A play in 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 20Mar62, DU55052. NM: additions. 
© Francis B. Martin; l8May66; 
DU657't9. 



AN APOLOGY, A PROMISE, AND A PRAYER, by 
Howard S. Portnoy. 44 1 . A play in 
2 scenes. © Howard S. Portnoy; 
7Mar66; DU65189. 

APPARTEMENT MIT EIGENEM MORD. (There's 
always a murder) Ein Krimminal 
Thriller von Ken Parker. Deutsche 
Ubertragung & Bearbeitung von Heinz 
Bruck. 122 p. 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. Oct. 1946, DU5575 ■ 
© Ken Parker; 3Nov65 ; DU65699. 

APRIL IS THE CRUELEST MONTH; screenplay 
by James Lichtenberg. 61 1. © James 
Lester Lichtenberg; 24Jan66; DU64834. 



AFDELE & PAtJV'PE; BITOS, de Jean Anouilh; 
introd. & notes de Raymond T. Riva. 
New York, Dell Pub. Co. 220 p. 
(Dell, 0208) (Laurel language library) 
Text in English & French. NM: addi- 
tions. © Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 
18N0V65; A829164. 



ARE you ON THE BALL; script for radio or 
television series by A. P. Poston. 
Sheet. © A. P. Poston; 10Mar66; 
CI 8396. 

ARE YOU SURE EDNA FERBER STARTED THIS 
WAY. See 
HERE COMES THE SHOWBOAT. 



ARE YOU YOUR HUSBAND'S BUSINESS 

PARTNER? By Mildred Johnson. 17 1. 
© Mildred Johnson; 25Mar66; C18425. 



ARISTOTLE, SCHMARISTOTLE, by Jud Morris. 
10 1. An address. © Jud Morris; 
9Feb66; C18344. 



THE ARSONIST; documentary play in 3 acts 
by Thilde Forster. 1 v. © Thilde 
Forster; 9May66; DU65742. 



THE ART OF CONDUCTING AN EFFECTIVE 
INTERVIEW; shooting script for a 
sound motion picture prepared for 
American Oil Co. by Wilding. Writer: 
George Elrick. 2d script: Oct. 27, 
1965. 37 1. 14 scenes. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 29Mar66; DU65407. 

THE ART OF LITURGICAL MOVEMENT; BOOK 
ONE: THE LORD'S PRAYER, by Florence 
Purvis. 1 V. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 23Feb65, DU62351. © Florence 
Purvis; 9Sep65; DP5934. 

THE ARTIST AND THE ACTIVIST, a parable 
in one act by Robert Tiews. 29 1. 
© Robert John Tiews, Jr.; 13May66; 
DP606O. 



AS BIG AS AN OX, a musical fable by 
Sidney Lippman. 9 p, © Sidney 
Lippman; 20Apr66; DU6560O. 



AS THE GRASS, a poetic drama by Sally 
Maloney. 13 p. © Sally Maloney; 
7Apr66; DP6o44. 

AS THE LION DOES, a comedy in three 
one-acts by H. David Cox. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 19*55; 
DU62918. NM: additions & revision. 
© R. David Cox; 27May66; DU65913. 



AS TOUGH AS THEY ARE, a motion picture 
screenplay. Written by F. Oliver; 
adapted by John Killen. 124 1. 
© Fideli Oliver & John F. Killen; 
10Jun66; DU66IO6. 



AS WE FORGIVE OUR DEBTORS, by Tillman 
Breiseth. A play in 3 acts. © Ruth 
C. Breiseth; 9May66; DU6566O. 



AS WE GO FORWARD, a dramatic musical 
composition by Edna L. Kaufman. 
33 1. 2 acts. Includes music for 
1 song. Appl. states prev. reg. 
24Feb65, DU6228O. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Edna L. Kaufman; 
7Apr66; DU65559. 

THE ASHES OF MRS. REASONER, a comedy in 
three acts by Enid Rudd. 1 v. 
© Enid Rudd & Bernard Rudd; llMay66; 
DU65824 . 

THE ASSASSINATION OP MR. ABRAHAM LINCOLN 
BY THE ACTOR JOHN WILKES BOOTH, a 
melodrama in five acts by Walter A. 
Fairservis, Jr. 1 v. © Walter A. 
Fairservis, Jr.; 25Feb66; DU65119. 

ASSOMMOIR. See 
GERVAISE . 



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Jan.-June 



L' ATELIER D' ALBERTO GIACOMETTI; Les 
Bonnes, suivi d'une lettre L'Enfant 
criminel; Le Funambule . De Jean 
Genet. Decines, M. Barbezat. 203 P- 
MM: newly rev. ed. © Marc Barbezat, 
L'Arbalete; 20May58; DPI828. 



ATOMIC EVOLUTION, by H. B. Kipper. 

33 1. NM: revlpion. © H. B. Kipper; 
14Mar66; ClSitgO. 



ATOMS-A-GO-GO. See 
THE MOLECULE. 



ATTENTION, CORPORAL SCHULTZ, an origi- 
nal story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Charlotte Christ. 30 1. 
© Charlotte Christ; l6May66; DU65788. 

AUCTION FEVER, a drama in two acts by 
Emma Bailey. 1 v. © Emma Bailey; 
4Mar66; DU65177. 



AUDIO-AUTO TRONIC TOUR OF THE BATTLE- 
FIELD SCRIPT, by Roy C. McGlaughlin. 
1 V. © Roy C. McGlaughlin t.a. 
Audio-Auto Tronic Tours of the Battle- 
field; 9Mar66; 01839'+. 



THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY (Record- 
ing scripts) Scripts in this series 
are by Dento-Medical Tapes. © Dento- 
Medical Tapes. 
V.8. 

15- Jan. 1, 1966. Digest Issue. 
© 2TJan66; CI831I. 

16. Jan. 16, 1966. Clinical Issue. 
© 27Jan66; CI83IO. 

17. Feb. 1, 1966. Digest Issue. 
© 27Jan66; CI8309. 

18. Feb. 16, 1966. Clinical Issue. 
© 27Jan66; CI8308. 

19. Mar. 1, 1966. Digest Issue. 
© 25Feb66; Cl838't. 

20. Mar. 16, I966. Clinical Issue. 
NM: revisions. © 25Feb66; CI8383. 

21. Apr. 1, 1966. Digest Issue. 
© 24Mar66; C18423. 

22. Apr. 16, 1966. Clinical Issue. 
© 24Mar66; C18424 . 

23. May 1, 1966. Digest Issue. 

© 22Apr66; C18483. 
2h . May 16, 1966. Clinical Issue. 

© 22Apr66; C18482. 

V.9. 

1. June 1, 1966. Digest issue. 
© 27May66; CI8582. 

2. June 16, 1966. Clinical issue. 
© 27May66; CI8583. 

AUNT JANE MCPHIPPS AND HER BABY BLUE 
CHIPS See 
THE GOLDEN GIRLS. 



AUNT SUSIE'S ANSWERING SERVTCE, by 
Anna B. Hogan. 6 1. Recording 
script. © Anna B. Hogan; lJun66; 
CI8528. 



THE AUTOGRAPH PARTY, a two act play 
by Gus Weill. 63 1 . © Gus Weill; 
22Apr66; DU65634 . 

AUTOMATOWN, by Robert Fondiller. 1 y. 
A talk. © Robert Fondiller; l6May66; 
CI855O. 

AUTOMOBILE, by Wendell Metzger. 38 1. 
A play. © Wendell Metzger; 4jan66; 
DU64734. 



AUTUMN LEAVES, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Arlene 
Swift. 31 1. © Arlene Swift; 
l6May66; DU65808. 

AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK III: PLAYS ABOUT 
EARLY MODERN TIMES, by John D. Bare- 
ham & Margaret Cleave. Rescue; 
Mr. Pym's escape; A great fire they 
saw in the city. Oxford, Pergamon 
Press. 35 p. © Pergamon Press, Ltd.; 
31Dec65; AP23785. 



AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK IV: PLAYS ABOUT 
MODERN TIMES, by John D. Bareham & 
Margaret Gleave. All the world as my 
parish, by Margaret E. Cole & John D. 
Bareham; Unity is strength, by Margaret 
Gleave; Votes for women, by Margaret 
Gleave & John D. Bareham. Oxford, 
Pergamon Press. 35 P- © Pergamon 
Press, Ltd.; 31Dec65; AF23783. 

AWAKENING TO NEWNESS OF LIFE. See 
OPVAGNEN TIL LIVE, DER ALTID ER NYT. 



THE AWFUL TRUTH, a comedy in three acts 
by Aileen A. Wenck. 59 1. © Aileen 
A. Wenck; 9May66; DU657't5 . 



B 



BABY MADGE, a comedy in two acts by 
Norman Zierold. 110 1. © Norman 
John Zierold; 10Feb66; DU65040. 

BACHELOR PARTY. See 
THE ITALIAN BED. 



BACK HOME IN THE HILLS, a three act 
melodrama by Sammy Lillibridge. 
24 1. © Sammy Lillibridge; 8Apr66; 
DU65521. 



BACK TO THE SYLLABLES, a series of 

lectuies on Greek & Sanskrit etymology 
for universities by Nilla Cook. 
102 1. © Nilla Cram Cook; 23May66; 
;.i8548. 



BAD DAY AT LINCOLN'S GLEN, 
THE RACER. 



See 



BADA, AS SEEN FROM GEMINI FIVE, by 
Myron Levey. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Myron Levoy; 27Jan66; DU64938. 

BAIT FOR A CROSS-EYED FLOUNDER, a 
satirical farce in three acts by 
Ramon Delgado. 1 v. © Ramon 
Delgado; llPeb66; DU65047. 

BAKER STREET, a musical adventure of 
Sherlock Holmes. Book by Jerome 
Coopersmlth; music & lyrics by Marian 
Grudeff & Raymond Jessel. 1st ed. 
Garden City, N. Y. , Doubleday. II8 p. 
(Doubleday theater series) 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Adapted from the 
stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. 
© Jerome Coopersmlth; l8Mar66; DP5026. 



LE BALCON, de Jean Genet. Decines, 
M. Barbezat. 244 p. 9 tableaux. 
NM: 2d ed. rev. © Marc Barbezat, 
L'Arbalet; 10Feb60; DFI827 . 

LE BALCON, de Jean Genet. Ed. defini- 
tive. [Decines] M. Barbezat. 204 p. 
9 tableaux. © Marc Barbezat, 
L'Arbalete; 10Mar62; DFI826. 



LE BALCON, de Jean Genet; lithographie 
d' Alberto Giacometti. Decines, 
M. Barbezat. 195 P- l'* tableaux. 
© Marc Barbezat, L'Arbalete; 10Jun56; 
DFI83O. 



BALLAD OF A SOLDIER. See 

SCENARIO OF BALLAD OF A SOLDIER. 



THE BALLAD OP IRVING BERLIN AND OTHER, 
FOOTBALL HALPTIME SHOWS FOR BANDS, by 
I. E. Clark. 1 V. 7 narration 
scripts. © I. E. Clark; 27Dec65; 
CI8197. 



BALLAD OP ISAAC AND JACOB. 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 



See 



THE BALLAD OP MARIAN MOORE, a play in 
three acts by Richard Cadwell Pheatt. 
50 1. © Richard Cadwell Pheatt; 
20Deo65; DU64714. 

THE BALLAD OP YANKEE JIM, a play in 
five scenes by Frances Bardacke. 
98 1. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Frances Bardacke; 17Jun66; 
DU65889. 

THE BANG AND THE WHIMPER, a three-act 
play by Grace B. Martin. 1 v. 
© Grace B. Martin; 23May66; DU65858. 

THE BAPTISM, a comedy on one act by 
Leroi Jones. 21 1. © Leroi Jones; 
25May66; DU659OI. 



LE BAR, de Georges Michel, 39 1 . A 
play. © Georges Michel; 23Dec65; 
DU64926. 



BARBARA'S DREAM, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Ina Artlson. 31 !• © Ina Artison; 
lPeb66; DU64917. 



THE BARE,ER OP SEVILLE; or. The useless 
p.-eo.autlon. By Pierre Augustin Caron 
de Beauraarchals; translated & edited 
by Brobury Pearce Ellis. New York, 
Appleton-Century-Crofts. 83 p. 
(•"rof'zs classics) 4 acts. NM: addi- 
tions. © Meredith Pub. Co.; 24jar;66; 
A815475. 



IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA; ovvero. La 
precauzione inutile. Dl Giovanni 
Palsiello; revisione dl Renato Fasano. 
Milano, Ricordi. 215 P- 2 acts. 
Canto e pianoforte. © G. Ricordi & 
C, S.P.A.; 23Apr64; DFI823. 

BARNEY, a play in three acts by Edward 
A. Cohen. IO3 1. © Edward A. 
Cohen; 8Peb66; DU65016. 

BARNEY KEMPINSKI'S NEW YORK; written 
by Murray Schisgal. 1st version: 
Mar. 17, 1966. 50 1. A screenplay. 
© Murray Schisgal; lApr66; DU65464. 

THE BARRIER TO THE GATES OP THE LOST 
PARADISE, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Jerome 
Fowler. 30 1. © Jerome Fowler; 
8Mar66; DU65198. 

BARUCH D' AMSTERDAM. See 
VEILLEUR D'AUBE. 

BASES LOADED BASEBALL ON THE AIR, 
SCRIPT 1-4, by Melvin Greenberg. 
4 V. Scripts for television series. 
© Melvin Greenberg; 13Jan66; 
CI8226-I8229. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



BASIC READING SKILLS INDOCTRINATION 
SERIES, UNIT FOUR; Lesson 1-42. 
By International Teaching Tapes. 
1 V. Tape recording scripts. 
© International Teaching Tapes, Inc.; 
l^Maree; Cl8405. 



BASIC READING SKILLS INDOCTRINATION 
SERIES, UNIT FIVE; Lesson 1-1+2. By 
International Teaching Tapes. 1 v. 
Tape recording scripts. © Interna- 
tional Teaching Tapes, Inc.; l4Mar66; 
C 184 06. 



BASIC READING SKILLS INDOCTRINATION 
SERIES, UNIT SIX; Lesson 1-42. By 
International Teaching Tapes. 1 v. 
Tape recording scripts. © Interna- 
tional Teaching Tapes, Inc.; l4Mar66; 
Cl8404 . 



BASIC TELEPHONE COLLECTIONS, by 

Pacific Finance Corp. 41 1. Record- 
ing script. ® Pacific Finance Corp.; 
29Mar66; Cl8440. 



A BASKET OF FEAR, by Jack Ezell. 

47 1. A screenplay. © Jack Ezell; 
llApr66; DU65367. 

BASTARDS. See 
MISFIT PLAYS. 



BATMENCH AND RUBIN, by David Cohen & 
Morton Miller. 13 1. A play in 9 
scenes. © David Cohen & Morton Miller; 
15Mar66; DU652B9. 



BEACH GIRL, a musical play in three 
acts. Book, lyrics & music by 
Clarence Barringtoh, 2 v. Based on 
The tempest, by William Shakespeare. 
© Clarence Barrington; 4May66; 
DU6573O. 



THE BEARD, by Michael McClure. 70 1. 
© Michael McClure; lApr65; DP6076. 



BEAT-UP-BABIES, by Shaunee Laurence 
(Shaunee Laurence Broudy) 8I 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Shaunee 
Laurence Broudy; 4Aug65; DU65520. 

BEATRICE CENCI; by Alberto Moravia, 
translated from the Italian by 
Angus Davidson. London, Seeker & 
Warburg. 187 p. 3 acts. © Martin 
Seeker & Warburg, Ltd.; 5Jul65; 
DF1846. 

THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE, a comedy in three 
acts by Frank Gehrecke and Joelyn 
Scott, pseud, of Joelyn S. Gilchrist. 
1 V. © Joelyn Scott Gilchrist & 
Frank Gehrecke; 31Mar66; DU65383. 



BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, by Dana V. Harris, 
pseud, of Doris R. Brazeal. 1 v. 
A play in 4 scenes. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l4Jun65, DU63272 & 
40ct65, DU64102. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Doris R. Brazeal; 
23Feb66; DU65114. 

BECAUSE A GOOD MAN NOWADAYS IS HARD TO 
FIND, by Richard Castrodale. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Richard 
Castrodale; 6jun66; DU65964 . 



BECAUSE OF THE SCIENTIST THING, a one 
act play by John Weaver. 25 1. 
© John A. Weaver; 8Jun66; DU65976. 



BE-DECKIN' THE HALLS, a comedy for 
teen-agers by R. G. Orth. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 30 p. 
© Eldridge Pub. Co.; lSep65; DP5982. 



BEDFELLOWS, a farce in one act by Lyle 
Kessler. 9 1. © Lyle Kessler; 
25Mar66; DU654C5. 



THE BEE HIVE; play in three acts by 
Paul Lipschutz. 1 v. © Paul 
Lipsohutz; 28Mar66; DU65412. 

BEER IN CANS, by Dolores Evans, pseud, 
of Dolores M. McDonald. 2 1. 
Commercial script. © Dolores M. 
McDonald; 5Jul66; CI8620. 

BEGGAR'S OPERA. See 
THE PIRATE'S OPERA. 



THE BEGGAR'S OPERA AND COMPANION PIECES, 
by John Gay. Edited by C. F. Burgess. 
New York, Appleton-Century-Crof ts . 
112 p. (Crofts classics) ® Meredith 
Pub. Co.; 23May66; A838158. 



THE BEGINNING OF THE SEASONS, a Greek 
m.yth to be danced, adapted by 
Sylvia Thomas. 43 1. 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Sylvia Semmler 
Thomas; 7Feb66; DU65OI3. 



THE BEHEMOUTH AND THE CROOK, by Martin 
J. Goff . 19 1. A play. © Martin 
James Goff; 23Feb66; DU65154 . 



BEHIND THE PAPER FACES, by Bruce 
Harrison. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© E. Bruce Harrison, Jr.; lApr66; 
DU65515. 



BEHOLD IMMANUEL, by Catherine Scarola. 
19 1. A play in 3 acts. © Catherine 
Scarola; 25Mar66; DU65403. 



BEHOLD THE MAN; written by Barry 

Mansfield (John J. Mansfield), musical 
score & lyrics by Phyllis M. Carlini. 
2 V. A musical play. © Barry 
Mansfield & Phyllis M. Carlini; 
28jun66; DU 65998. 

THE BEN AND JOAN STORY, by Skill Centers. 
1 V. Script for a series of recorded 
sessions. © Raytheon Co.; 13Jun66; 
C18624 . 



THE BENCH; film treatment by David Vance 
Anderson & Edward Nielsen. I9 1. 
© David Vance Anderson & Edward 
Nielsen; 13Jun66; DU66028. 

BENITO CERENO. See 
THE OLD GLORY. 

BETSY, a comedy in a prologue & five 
scenes by L. Weiner. 1 v. © Ludwig 
Weiner; lFeb66; DU64809. 

BEYOND THE BIRD AND BEES, a comedy in 
three acts by Mlnta Meier. I67 1. 
© Minta Meier; 13Jun66; DU66112. 

BEYOND THE SOUTH, by Gerald Neils 
Pearson. 84 1. A motion picture 
script. © Gerald Neils Pearson; 
l6Jun66; DU66056. 

BICKNELL YOUNG'S LETTER, to be read 
at the meeting of his students in 
London, August 28, 1917. 35 1- 
© Hilgard B. Young; 23May66; CI8566. 



BICKNELL YOUNG'S LETTER TO BE READ AT 
THE ^4EETINC OF HIS STUDENTS IN 
LONDON, 1918. 34 1. © Hilgard B. 
Young; 19May66; CI857I. 



BICKNELL YOUNG'S LETTER TO BE READ AT 
THE MEETING OF HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 
AUGUST 15, 1925. 35 1. © Hilgard 
B. Young; 23Mar66; Cl84l9. 



BICKNELL YOUNG'S LETTER TO BE READ AT 
THE MEETING OF HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 
SEPTEMBER 5, 1936. 1 v. © Hilgard B. 
Young; 17Jan66; CI8238. 



THE BIG BLACK BOX, a comedy in one act 
by Cleve Haubold. Hollywood [Calif.] 
S. French. 15 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 60ct65; DP5942. 



BIG BLONDE, by Philip Yordan. 122 1. 
A screenplay. Appl. states based in 
part upon a published short story by 
Dorothy Parker. © Security Pictures, 
Inc.; 25Apr66; DU65662. 



THE BIG BRASS BED; original screenplay 
by Edward C. Hume. 145 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Love Connecticut 
style, 9Apr65, DU62745. NM: revisions. 
© Edward C. Hume; 7Mar66; DU65192. 



BIG CITY PAPER; script for a color 
sound motion picture prepared for 
the Chicago Tribune by Wilding. 
Writer: Ed Birnbryer. Rev. Nov. 29. 
1965. 61 1. Narration script. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 29Mar66; CI843I. 



BIG FOOT BROWN, a play by Karl A. 
Tunberg. I36 1. 9 scenes. © Karl 
A. Tunberg; 15Mar66; DU65359. 

BIG KLAUS AND LITTLE KLAUS, a comedy of 
one act, of several continuous 
scenes adapted by Dean Wenstrom. 
Anchorage, Ky. , Anchorage Press. 
48 p. Based on the story of the same 
name written by Hans Christian 
Andersen. © Anchorage Press; 
llFeb66; DP6o64 . 



THE BIG MISTAKE, by David Mocklar. 
14 1. Television script for quiz 
program. © David Mocklar; 23Feb66; 
CI 8380. 



BIRDS. See 
CUCKOOLAND. 



THE BIRDS SING ALL NIGHT, a new play by 
Marie Baumer. 106 1. 3 acts. 
© Marie Baumer; 4Mar56; DU65221. 



BIRTH OF A BATON TWIRLER, by Charles 
Lang. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© Charles Lang; 12May66; DU65773. 



THE BIRTHMARK, by Nathaniel Hawthorne; 
adapted as a one act play by Robert 
Brome. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. 
Co. 23 p. (Eldridge popular one-act 
playscrlpts) © Robert Brome; lSep65; 
DP5987 . 

BISHOP'S MOVE, a play in one act by 
Joanna Evers. London, S. French. 
32 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 2Nov65; 
DFI816. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE BIVOUAC, by Frank Loweree (Francis 
Harold Loweree, Jr.) 33 1. A play. 
© Frank Loweree; 6Apr66; DU655OI. 

BLACK DIAMOND; book & lyrics by Brad 
Smoker, music & lyrics by Glen 
Morgan. 1 v. A folk musical in 2 
acts. © Glen E. Morgan, J. Bradley 
Smoker & Mary E. Smoker; 31Mar66; 
DU65448. 

THE BLACK HEART; original story written 
& adapted for television by Andrew B. 
Vasilas. 37 1. © Andrew B. Vasilas; 
8Mar66; DU65208. 



THE BLACK KLANSMAN; original s'jreen- 
play by Arthur A. Names' & John T. 
Wilson. 110 1. Prom a story idea 
by Joe Solomon. © U. S. Films, In 
l8Feb66; DU65067. 

THE BLACK PAWN, by Eugene Armao. 

162 1. A play in 2 acts, © Eugene 
Victor Armao; '+Peb66; DU64963. 



BLACK SHEEPj BLACK SHEEP, a play in 
two acts by Robert Canzoneri. 
115 1. © Robert Canzoneri; l6May66; 
DU65829. 



THE BLACK SOUL OF DR. ZEN, by Norman 
Thaddeus Vane. 96 1 . A screenplay. 
© Norman Thaddeus Vane; 8Mar66; 



DU65345. 



BLIND MAN'S BLUFF; original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Bruce M. Jones. 30 1. © Bruce M. 
Jones; 8Mar66; DU6520I. 

BLOOD-PHOTO, a one act play by Edward 
Friedman. lJ2 1. © Edward Friedman; 
8Jun66; DU65974 . 



BLOOD VERSUS GREED, a play in three 
acts by Mildred Dumas. 67 1. © Mil- 
dred Dumas; 21Feb66; DU65O75. 



BLOSSOM OF THE BRANCHES, a folk fantasy 
in three acts by Frank Wattron. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 88 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) © Frank 
Wattron; 10Mar66; DP6OI6. 



BLUE ALL THE WAY DOWN, a short play by 
James M. Carroll. 22 1. A screen- 
play. © James M. Carroll; 28Apr66; 
DU65679. 

THE BLUE DANCE OF SALOME, by Doyle 
Livingston. I08 1. A musical play 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Doyle Eugene Livingston; l8Mar66; 
DU65323. 

BLUE LAW BLUES, a southern comedy by 
Bill Shingler (William G. Shingler, 
Jr.) First episode. hj 1. A 
screenplay in 2 acts. © William G. 
Shingler, Jr.; 13Apr66; DU655t8. 



BLUE LIPS, by R. Cherry, pseud, of 
Ruth C. Weln. 1 v. A screenplay in 
3 acts. © Ruth Cherry; 29Mar56; 
DU65425. 

BLUE RIDGE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Darlene 
Souther. 30 1 . © Darlene Souther; 
lFeb66; DU6'i864. 

THE BODENHAM ROMP, a comedy in one act 
by Jessica Eraser. London, S. French. 
25 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 25Jan66; 
DFO-litSY. 



BODY OF THE PREY, by Norman E. Thomson. 
[Tokyo] 109 1. © Norman E. Thomson; 
lMar66; DP6022 . 



BOHDAU KHMEL'NYTS'KY, an historical 
drama by Richard T. Soloway. 70 1. 
3 acts. © Richard T. Soloway; 
l6May66; DU66002. 



LA BOHEME, di Giacomo Puccini. [Edited] 
by Harriet Nordholm; accompaniments 
by Prank Cookson. Evanston, 111, 
Summy-Birchard Co. 8 p. (Birchard 
opera series) 4 acts. Text in 
English. Appl. author: Summy-Birchard 
Co., employer for hire of Harriet 
Nordholm & Frank B. Cookson. © Summy- 
Birchard Co.; 9Mar66; DP6OO9. 



BOLIVAR; guion literario cinematogra-' 
fico de Jesus M. de Arozamena (Jesus 
Maria de Arozamena Berasategui) 
[Madrid] 113 1. © Jesus M. de 
Arozamena; 21Feb66; DFO-1460. 

THE BOMB, by Jajnes Douglas. Dixon, 
Calif., Proscenium Press. 16 p. 
(The Short play series, no.l) 
A play for television. © James 
Douglas; llApr66; DP6038. 



BONBONS FUR RIESENKINDER; Trauerspiel in 
drei Akten von Hans Heinrich Formann. 
[Vienna] Universal Edition. 83 p, 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; l6Aug65 ; 
DFO-1426. ^ ' 



BONE OF CONTENTION, by Elizabeth 
McPadden Wright. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Elizabeth McPadden Wright; 
24Jan66; DU64835. 



BONGOS, by Tatham-Laird & Kudner. 1 v. 
7 commercial scripts. © Duncan Poods 
Co.; 28Mar66; C18447. 

LES BONNES, de Jean Genet. Comment 

jouer Les bonnes. [Decines] M. Barbe- 
zat. 92 p. Piece en 1 acte. 
NM: newly rev. ed. © Marc Barbezat, 
L'Arbalete; 15Jul63; DFI829. 



LES BONNES; piece en un acte de Jean 
Genet. (In L'Arbalete, 12. Lyon, 
M. Barbezat. p.[47]-92) ©Marc 
Barbezat, L'Arbalete; 30May47; 
DP1840. 

BONNES. See 

L 'ATELIER D 'ALBERTO GIACOMETTI. 



BOOTS AND SADDLES, a musical comedy in 
three acts; book by William Leininger, 
Jr., words & music by Marilynne Korn. 
2 V. © William H. Leininger, Jr. & 
Marilynne K. Korn; 31Mar66; DU65252. 

BORDER WORLD, by Leo Goldman. I6 1. 
A screenplay. © Leo Goldman; 
6Apr66; DU65498. 



BOSSKING LION, a comedy in chree acts 
by Martin Meyers. 1 v. © Martin 
Meyers; 22Mar66; DU653'+1. 



BOULEVARD DURAND. 
THeStRE VIII. 



See 



LE BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME; comfdie-ballet 
de Moligre, pseud, de Jean Baptiste 
Poquelin; edited by Claude K. Abraham. 
Englewood Cliffs, N. J., Prentice-Hall. 
138 p. (Prentice-Hall masterpieces of 



French literature series) Cinq actes. 
NM: introd., notes & questions. 
© Prentice-Hall, Inc.; 3Jan66; 
A811812. 

A BOW OF PROMISE, a play in three acts 
by Joseph G. Heard. I32 1. © Joseph 
G. Heard; 21Feb66; DU65144. 



THE BOX, a play in one act by Beatrlz 
Maria Prada (Beatrice Maria Prada 
North) 20 1. © Beatrice Maria Prada 
North; 7Jun66; DU66OI9. 

THE BREAD WINNER, an original full 
length stage play written by Cecelia 
C. Kazlow (Celia Kazlow) 35 1. 
3 acts. © Celia Kazlow; 7Jul66; 
DU66138, 



THE BREAK IN THE MIRROR, a play in one 
act by Boyd Ringer. 1 v. © Boyd 
Ringer; I4jun66; DU66o43. 

BREAKER'S REEF, by Mildred Wiackley. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Mildred 
Wiackley; 27Jan66; DU64845. 

BREAKFAST WITH PAUL, by Erva Loomis 
Merow. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Pub. Co. 8 p. (Eldridge church 
entertainments) ©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
lSep65; DP5988. 

THE BRIDES OP DRACULA, a play in two 
acts by Raymond L. Levin. 57 1. 
Based on the novel Dracula, by 
Bram Stoker. © Raymond L. Levin; 
23Feb66; DU65IIO. 



THE BRIDGE, two one act plays by 
Joseph Fioravanti. A crocus was 
seen; The distant shore. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Joseph 
Fioravanti; 2Jun66; DU66005 . 

BRIEPE AN EINEN WERDENDEN. See 
ERNST WIECHERT'S BRIEPE AN EINEN 
WERiiENDEN AND EIN DEUTSCHES 
WEIHNACHTSSPIEL, 



BRINE ON THE ROCKS, by Rorn BG Brenerd, 
pseud, of Robert K. Norris. 69 1. A 
play- © Robert K. Norris; 10Jan66; 
DU64757 . 



BRINKS ROBBERY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Thomas J. Mayer. 3I 1. © Thomas J. 
Mayer; 20Jun66; DU66068. 

BRISBEAU'S HILL, by Virginia Gilchrlpt, 
pseud, of Virginia Gilchrist Deckel- 
man. 1 v. A play In 3 acts. 
© Virginia Gilchrist Deckelman: 
l4Mar66; DU65346. 

BRITISH PLAYS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, 
an anthology to illustrate the evolu- 
tion of the drama by J. 0. Bailey. 
New York, Odyssey Press. 535 P- 
© Odyssey Press, Inc.; 12Apr66; 
A833O87. 

BROTHERS, a dramatization by Ward 
Costello. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
A dramatization of Dostoevsky's novel, 
Appl. states prev. reg. I966. NM; 
total revision. © Ward Costello; 
9Jun66; DU65856. 

THE BROTHERS CARL AND MORRIS. (The 
toy queen) Created & written by 
Gene Klavan. 42 1. A screenplay. 
© Gene Klavan; 20Jun66; DU66083. 



BRUSH OP TRUTH, by Harry Ashe. 110 
A play in 3 acts. © Harry Ashe; 
4Apr66; DU65503. 



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1966 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



BUBBLE TROUBLE. A musical farce. Book 
& lyrics by Mel Weiser; music by Al 
Davis & Al Polhamus. Carlsbad, Calif., 
Hollywood Hits. 17 v. in portfolio. 
2 acts. © Hollywood Hits; lSep65; 
DP5966. 

A BUG IN HER EAR, a farce by Georges 
Feydeau, translated by Barnett Shaw, 
1 V. 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1909. © Barnett Shaw; 27Jun66; 
DU6613O. 



BUGS & VERONICA; two plays by John 
White. Dramatists Play Service. 
63 p. Appl. states Bugs prev. reg. 
10Feb65, 0062265 & Veronica prev. 
reg. 5Mar65, DU624l8. NM: additions 
& revisions. © John White; l8Apr66; 
DP603O. 

THE BULB SNATCHERS, a drama in three 
acts by Dorothy Pella. 59 1. 
© Dorothy Pella; 21Feb66; DU65082. 

THE BULL-MAN, by Tsykalas, pseud, of 
Dimitri Apollo Tsoucalas. 122 1. 
Motion picture script. Title & 
author transliterated. ©Dimitri 
Apollo Tsoucalas; 23May66; DU65936. 



A BULLET FOR BROCK, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Gloria M. Schneider. 3I 1. 
© Gloria M. Schneider; 9Jun66; 
DU65983. 

BURLADOR. See 

TWO BELGIAN PLAYS, ABOUT LOVE. 

BURTON, BARTON, AND NIGHTMARE, INC ._, 
by Jim Hill. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Jim Hill; 27Jun66; DU66131. 

BUSYBODY, a comedy in three acts by 
Jack Popplewell. London, S. French. 
80 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Jack Popplewell; lSep65; DFI819. 

BUT, by Doris Stevenson & Robert 
Molczan, music by Richard Maure. 
1 V. A musical play In 2 acts. 
© Richard Maure & Robert Molczan; 
7Feb66; DU65OO7. 



BUT USE A LITTLE WINE, an original play 
by William Eaton. I39 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. NM: additions & 
revisions. © William Eaton; 29Apr66; 
DU 65705. 

BUTTER-NUT COFFEE CHRISTMAS CLUB, 1965; 
phase I & II, by Tatham-Lalrd & 
Kudner. 1 v. 3 30-sec. radio commer- 
cials. © Duncan Foods Co.; 27Deo65; 
CI8198. 

BUTTER-NUT COFFEE CHRISTMAS CLUB, I965; 
phase IV & V by Tatham-Lalrd & 
Kudner. 1 v. 6 60-sec. radio com- 
mercials. ©Duncan Foods Co.; 
l^tJanSS; CI823I. 

BUTTERFLY, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Elizabeth 
Schumann. 30 1. © Elizabeth Schumann; 
lFeb66; DU64905. 

BUY ME A GOLDEN ASS, by John Healy, 
pseud, of Frank Edgar. 1 v. A play 
In 2 acts. © Frank Edgar; ltFeb66; 
DU64967. 



CACTUS FLOWER, a comedy bv Abe Burrows. 
1 v. 2 acts. Based or, a play by 
Pierre Barillet & Jean Pierre Gredy. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 4Mar66, 
DFI824. © Abe Burrows, Pierre 
Barillet & Jean Pierre Gredy; 20Apr66; 
DU65457. 



CAESAR AMD CLEOPATRA. 
FOUR PLAYS. 



See 



CAESAR, CAESAR; or. Pickled gray mice 
in warm, sweet butter. A comical 
fantasy by Nicholas J. Anton. 39 1. 
3 acts. © Nicholas J. Anton; 4jan66; 
DU64726. 

CAFE FRISCO, a new musical comedy. 

Book & lyrics by John Everest, pseud, 
of John J. Ziniewicz, & Eugene James 
Mate; music by Roy Benowitz & Paul 
Green. 1st draft. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© John J. Ziniewicz, Eugene Mate, Roy 
Benowitz & Paul Green; l'tFeb66; 
DU65095. 



CAFE FRISCO, a new musical comedy. 

Book & lyrics by John Everest, pseud, 
of John Ziniewicz, & Eugene Mate; 
music by Roy Benowitz & Paul Green. 
2 V. NM: rev. & additions. © John 
Ziniewicz, Eugene James Mate, Roy 
Benowitz & Paul Green; 25Apr66; 
DU65665. 



CAGE OF THE PUMA. 
STRIKE THE PUMA. 



See 



CAIN AND EVIL, a play in two parts by 
Walter Sorell. I v. © Walter Sorell; 
15Mar66; DU65292. 



CAIN HATED ABEL LESS, by Joseph H. 
Kantor. 1 v. A play in 4 scenes. 
© Joseph H. Kantor; 2Feb66; DU64960. 



CALISTO AND MELIBEA, a play in verse by 
Edwin Honlg. 89 1 . 3 acts. © Edwin 
Honig; l4Mar66; DU65275. 



CALL ME RED, by Andrew Lockhart. kO 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Andrew Lockhart; 
29N0V65; DU64857. 



THE CALL OF LOVE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Lucian Le Leau. 30 I. © Lucian Le 
Leau; lFeb66; DU64901. 

CAMA ITALIANA. See 
THE ITALIAN BED. 



BY ANY OTHER NAME, a play by Gary Flaum. 
1 V. 3 acts. © Gary Flaum; 17Jan66; 
DU64850. 



CAMP REAL, a play in one act by Charles 
Paul Galle. 7 1. © C. P. Galle; 
l6May66; DU65782. 

CAN THE LEOPARD CHANGE ITS SPOTS? (Can 
a leopard change its spots?) An origi- 
nal story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Marie Bass. 35 I. © Marie 
Bass; lFeb66; DU64908. 

CAN YOU GET TO HEAVEN IN A GOOD USED 
CAR? By Le Roy Stahl. 119 1. 
A play in 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. July I963, DU58155 • NM: additions 
& revisions. © Le Roy Stahl; 8Apr66; 
DU65294 . 

LES CANAQUES; theatre de Nicole Vedres. 
Paris, Editions du Seuil. I86 p. 
5 actes. © Editions du Seuil; 
5Feb66; DFO-1444. 



CANDIDA. See 
FOUR PLAYS. 

THE CANDLE AND THE MOTH, a comedy by 
Frederick T. Dankert. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Frederick T. Dankert; 31May66; 
DU65957 . 



CANDLE IN THE WIND, by Theodore Ward. 
1 v. A play in 4 acts. © James 
Theodore Ward; 8Jun66; DU66021. 



CANDLES TO MAMMON; comedy by Fran L. 
Fenton. 128 1. 3 acts. NM: revi- 
sion. © Fran L. Fenton; 15Mar66; 
DU65372. 

CANTERBURY, a play in two acts by John 
Ashworth. 78 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© John Ashworth; 2Jun66; DU65932. 

THE CANTERBURY TALES; thirteen tales, 
translated, dramatized & adapted for 
television production with general 
commentaries by Prise ilia Masavage 
Travis. 1 v. © Prise ilia Masavage 
Travis; 7Apr66; DU65689. 



CAPSULED PHONE. 
GET SWART. 



See 



CAPTAIN REINWALD AND HIS MEN, a play in 
three acts by George A. Zachariah. 
106 1. © George A. Zachariah: 
llMar66; DU65357. 



CAPTAIN STURM, a one act play by David 
Grossman. 28 1. © David A. Grossman; 
28Apr66; DU6568O. 

LA CAPTIVE; piece en trols actes de 
Charles Mere, avec une preface de 
I'auteUr. Nouvelle ed. Paris, 
Librairie Theatrale, 144 p, 
(Collection Europa) © Charles Mere: 
31Mar66; DFO-1469, 



CAPTIVE WORLD AT LODGE, a play in 
three acts by Patrick Tammany, 
132 1. © Patrick Tammany; l8Apr66; 
DU65397. 



CARMELI, an original musical in two 
acts. Music, lyrics % book by Gordon 
Bealer, 1 v. © Gordon I. Bealer; 
20Jun66; DU66O79. 



CARMEN; op^ra comlque edited by H. Wynn 
Rickey & Margaret Shrlver. Lincoln- 
wood, 111., National Textbook Corp. 
114 p. 4 acts. Text in English & 
French. © National Textbook Corp.; 
15Feb66; A829299. 



CARMEN WAS A BLOND, a musical play; 
book & lyrics by Josephine C. Fabian, 
music by Ethel Hogan Heinz. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Josephine C. Fabian & 
Ethel Hogan Heinz; lMar66; DU65165. 

CARPET RADIO COMMERCIALS. Author: 
Candls 0. Ray. 1 v. © Candis 0. 
Ray; 21Jan66; Cl8245. 

CASEY AT THE BAT, by Ray J. Broderlck. 
3 1. © Ray J. Broderlck; 24Mar66; 
CI8445. 

EL CASTIGO SIN VENGANZA, by Lope de 
Vega. Edited by C. A. Jones. 
Oxford, Pergamon Press. I36 p. 
3 acts. (Pergamon Oxford Spanish 
series, 2747) Appl. author: Pergamon 
Press, Ltd., employer for hire of 
C. A. Jones. NM: pref. & introd. 
© Pergamon Press, Ltd.; 5May66; 
AF24358. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



CASTLE MAXIMUS; or. Paragons and 

parasites. A play in twelve scenes 
by Robert C. Parker. 71 1- 
© Robert C. Parker; l8Apr66; 
DU65587. 



CASTLE ON THE DEE, a musical folk play 
of twentieth century Wales. Book by 
David Levitt with assisting collabora- 
tion given by Rosann Weeks; music by 
David Levitt; lyrics by Stanley 
Mallow. 161 1. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 24Aug6'+; 
DU60918. NM: editorial revisions & 
additions. © David Levitt; 9May66; 

DuesT'ts. 

THE CAT, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Hermann 
Sanders. 32 1. © Hermann Sanders; 
25Apr66; DU65649. 

A CAT CALLED JESUS, a serious play in 
one act by Geri Turner Davis. 
25 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
llJun65, DU633O3. NM: editorial 
revisions & additions. © Florence 
Geri Turner Davis; 28Mar66; DU65478, 

CATCH A KANGAROO; shooting script by 
Robert D. Tobias. 27 1. Based 
upon an original story by the author. 
© Robert Donald Tobias; 25May66; 
DU65903. 



CATHERINE THE GREAT, a drama by David 
Graeme. 99 1 . 2 acts. © David R. 
Graeme; 13May66; DU65840. 

CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE. See 
PARABLES FROM THE THEATRE. 

CAVANAUGH, THE COP. See 
THOSE DAYS GONE BY. 

CENERENTOLA , See 
CINDERELLA. 

CENTAUR, centaur: A three-act drama 
by Louis E. Catron. 140 1. © Louis 
E. Catron; 29Jun66; DU66l47. 



CHAIN OF EVENTS; written & conceived by 
Harvey Bacal. 13 1. Television 
script. Appl. states prev. reg. 
26Ju165, CI7828. NM: additions & 
revisions. ® Harvey Bacal; 7Apr66; 
C18454 . 



CHARGE IT, PLEASE; recording script for 
S. S. Kresge Co. by Jam Handy Organi- 
zation. 9 1. © S. S. Kresge Co.; 
26Jan66; CI8263. 



CHARLEY AND THE MAN WITH THE UPSIDE 
DOWN EYES, a modern morality play in 
two acts by Richard D. Waters. 7** 1. 
© Richard D. Waters; 8Feb66; DU65OI5. 



CHEERY SOUL. 
FOUR PLAYS. 



See 



CHEF SOUFFLE'S MAGIC POT; pilot script 
created & produced by Maurice H. 
Zouary. 32 1. © Maurice H. Zouary; 
23May66; CI8565. 



CHEMISTRY LECTURE. 
THREE PLAYS. 



See 



THE CHERISHED DECEPTION, a play in 
three acts by Margit Vincenz. 47 1. 
© Margit Vincenz; 5May66; DU65585 . 



CHERRY CREEK BONANZA. (The golden 
daze) A three act play-drajna by 
Marjorie Lindsey Brewer. 97 1. 
© Marjorie Lindsey Brewer; 23Feb66; 
DU65160. 

CHEVROLET AIR CONDITIONING, PROCESSING 
AND TESTING; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 16 1. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26Jan66; C18294 . 

CHEVROLET TRUCK MARKETS AND MODELS; 
recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
12 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; C18292. 

THE CHILD BUYER, a drama in three acts 
by Paul Shyre. New York, S. French. 
84 p. Adapted from the novel by John 
Hersey. Appl. states prev. reg. 
19Jul52, DU55912. © Paul Shyre; 
3Decb5; DP5947. 

THE CHILD OF A KING, by Jud Casady, 
pseud, of John R. Condra. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Jud R. Casady; 
7Mar66; DU65028. 



THE CHILDREN OF TERRABELLA, by Frank J. 
Thornton. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Frank J. Thornton; 2Mar66; DU65169. 



THE CHORAL-BOOK FOR SPEECH, by Anthony 
Guertln. 2 v. 2 parts. © Anthony 
Guertin; 17Mar66; Cl84l5. 

CHRIST THE REBEL, a lecture by James 
Edwards Wilson. 36 1. © James 
Edwards Wilson; l8Jan66; CI8327. 



DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP EN DE 

VERHOUDINGEN TUSSEN DE MENSEN ONDER- 
LING. (Christian Science and human 
relationships) Een Lezing over de 
Christelijke Wetenschap door Charles 
M. Carr. 27 1. © Charles M. Carr; 
8Apr66; C18460. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AND HUMAN 
RELATIONSHIPS. See 
LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE ET LES 
RELATIONS HUMAINES . 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE REVEALS MAN'S POWER 
TO THINK RIGHTLY. See 
DIE CHRISTLICHE WISSENSCHAFT 

OFFENBART DIE MACHT DES MENSCHEN, 
RICHTIG ZU DENKEN. 

CHRISTIANITY AND NON-CHRISTIAN RELI- 
GIONS, by Jean Danielou. I8 1. 
© John XXIII Institute, St. Xavier 
College; 27Apr66; CI8562. 

CHRISTINA IS MY NAME, by Sigmund 
Stephen Miller. 1st draft, Mar. 
1965. 101 1. A screenplay. 
© Sigmund Stephen Miller; 20Apr66; 
DU65695. 

DIE CHRISTLICHE WISSENSCHAFT OFFENBART 
DIE MACHT DES MENSCHEN, RICHTIG ZU 
DENKEN. (Christian Science reveals 
man's power to think rightly) Ein 
Vortrag liber die Christliche Wis- 
senschaft von Lela May Aultman. 
26 1. © Lela May Aultman; 9May66; 
C18492. 



CHRISTMAS CAROL. 
MR, SCROOGE. 



See 



CHRISTMAS COMES TO THE CAREY'S, a 
Christmas play by Joy A. Sterling. 
Winona Lake, Ind . , Rodeheaver Hall- 
Mack Co. 15 p. 3 acts. © Rode- 
heaver Co.; 9Jun66; DP6072. 



XMAS IN LAS VEGAS, in two acts by Jack 
Richardson. Dramatists Play Service. 
70 p. © Jack Richardson; 8jun66; 
DP6069. 



CHAISES. See 

THREE MODERN FRENCH FLAYS OF THE 
IMAGINATION. 



CHALLENGE & RESPONSE. See 

THIS IS NELSON BOSWELL WITH CHALLENGE 
& RESPONSE. 

THE CHALLENGE OF THE WORLD TODAY AFTER 
THE COUNCIL, by Joseph Gremillion. 
1 V. (The International conference 
on the theological Issues of Vati- 
can II) An address. © University 
of Notre Dame; l6May66; CI8518. 



THE CHAMBERMAID, a play in one act by 
Howard Orrln Zogott. 1 v. © Howard 
Orrln Zogott; 8Feb66; DU65OI7. 



THE CHANGELING, by Thomas Middle ton & 
William Rowley, with an introd. by 
R. J. Kaufmann. San Francisco, 
Chandler Pub. Co. 76 p. (Chandler 
editions in drama) 5 acts. 
© Chandler Pub. Co.; 13Jan66; DP5957. 



THE CHILDREN'S STORY, by James Clavell. 
Stage adaptation by George Selden. 
Dramatists Play Service. 4l p. 
© James Clavell & George Selden; 
l6May66; DP6042. 

A CHILD'S MAGIC WORLD OF MUSIC, by Jane 
Beethoven & Caroline Davis. Format I: 
A child's day with music. 10 1. 
© Jane Beethoven & Caroline Davis; 
I4jun66; 01855'*. 

CHINESE GORDON, l633-l885, a feature 
length screenplay written by David 
Heath Swanson. 1 v. 38 sceties. 
© David Heath Swanson; llMar66; 
DU65249. 

CHOEPHOROE. See 

THE ORESTEIA TRILOGY: AGAMEMNON, THE 
CHOEPHOROE. THE EUMENIDES & 
PROMETHEUS BOUND. 

CHOOBER WELCOMES YOU, by John Lynn. 
1 V. A play m 3 acts. © John 
Harrison Lynn; 21Mar66; DU65336. 



CHRISTMAS IN SUBURBIA, by Helene 
Whittaker. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
29 p. 2 scenes. © Walter H. Baker 
Co.;'6Jun66; DP6067 • 



THE CHRISTMAS NEXT, by Marvin Lerner. 
33 1. A play in 3 acts. © Marvin 
Lerner; 6Jan66; DU64798. 

A CHRISTMAS OF FOND REMEMBERANCE, by 
John Genuard. 75 1 • -A Pl^Y ^"^5 
acts. © John P. Genuard; 23May66; 
DU6587I. 



CHRISTOPHE COLOMB. See 

THREE MODERN FRENCH PLAYS OF THE 
IMAGINATION. 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, a new musical 
comedy for children. David Van 
Fossen, music & lyrics; Lowell 
Swortzell, book. 1 v. 8 scenes. 
© Lowell Swortzell & David R. Van 
Fossen; 2Feb66; DU64957. 



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1966 



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CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE'S DR. FAUSTUS; 
text & major criticism, edited by 
Irving Rlbner. New York, Odyssey 
Press. 216 p. 5 acts. Adapted from 
The complete plays of Christopher 
Marlowe. MM: Introd. © Odyssey 
Press, Inc.; 5Dec65 (In notice: I966); 
A825812. 

CHRIST'S TROUSERS, a fable in two acts 
by Adam Osborne. 85 1 . © Adam 
Osbornej 8Mar66; DU65029. 

THE CHURCH IN THE MODERN WORLD FROM A 
PROTESTANT POINT OF VIEW, by Joseph 
Slttler. 9 1. (The Theological 
issues of Vatican II) An address. 
© University of Notre Dame; l6May66; 
C 185 24. 

THE CHURCH IN THE WORLD TODAY: SUG- 
GESTIONS FOR FUTURE DOCTRINAL 
DEA/ELOPMENT, by Francois Houtart. 
1 V. (The Theological issues of 
Vatican II) An address. © Univer- 
sity of Notre Dame; l6May66; C18519. 



THE CHUTEBOSS SONG, by Johnny Baker 
(John B. Baker) 2 sheets. © John B. 
Baker; 21Jan66; CI8328. 

CIAO, an original story & screenplay 
by David Tucker. I37 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. DU58182. NM: 
revision & addition. © David L. 
Tucker; 29Jun66; DU66llt9. 



CINCINNATUS, by Anthony Guertin. 9 1- 
A play. © Anthony Guertin; 6jun66; 
DU65965 . 



CINDERELLA. (La cenerentola) By 
Gloacchino Rossini. [Edited] by 
Harriet Nordholm; accompaniments by 
Frank Cookson. Evanston, 111., Suraray- 
Birchard Co. 12 p. (Birchard opera 
series) 2 acts. Appl. author: Summy- 
Birchard Co., employer for hire of 
Harriet Nordholm & Frank B. Cookson. 
© Suramy-Blrchard Co.; 13Jan66; DF5973. 

CINDERELLA.. See 
ONCE UPON A DREAM. 



CITIZEN ALMAVIVA; libretto by Duffy 
Greatrakes, pseud, of Judith Garner. 
42 1. An opera in 2 acts. Adapted 
from the French of P. A. Caron de 
Beaumarchais. Libretto. © Judith 
Garner; 19May66; DU65759. 



CITY SONG, by Arthur N. Koch. 8 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Arthur N. Koch; 
23Mar66; DU65362. 



CLARRISA HAYDAY IS A NUT! A screenplay 
by Keith Winter & Josephine Forrestal. 
152 1. From an original story by 
Josephine Forrestal. © Josephine 
Forrestal Productions, Inc.; 7Apr66; 
DU6556I. 



CLAWS OF THE EAGLE, CLAWS OF THE 
JAGUAR., by Lee Baxandall. 38 1. 
From the single surviving pre- 
Conquest Maya drama Rabinal Achi. 
© Lee Baxandall; 25Feb66; DP6033. 



THE CLOCK, an original one act play by 
Park Holland III. 1 v. © Park 
Holland III; 20Jun66; DU6608I . 

CLOSE-UP! A news series, radio/TV; 
no.131-195, series three, by Theo. 
Dierks (Theodor Funk Dierks) 1 v. 
© Theodor Funk Dierks; 17Jan66; 
018237. 



CLOSE-UP, a news series, radio, TV, by 
Theodor Funk Dierks. 1 v. 
(Series 4, no.195-260) © Theodor 
Funk Dierks; 20Apr66; C18479. 



CLOTHES MAKE THE WOMEN, HELP EARN THE 
MONEY; a musical comedy drama by 
Lawrence J. Williams. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1959, DU48440; 
1963, DU58409. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Lawrence Jackson Williams; 
6Jan66; DU64797. 

THE CLOWN, a one act musical for the 
young in heart; book, music & lyrics 
by C. Robert Jones. 69 p. Libretto & 
score. © C. Robert Jones; 17Dec65; 
DP5976. 



COME OUT, COME OUT, WHEREVER YOU ARE, 
a play in three acts written by 
Bernelda Roberts. 1 v. © Bernelda 
Roberts; 27Jan66; DU64937. 



COME SING A LOVE SONG; book by Ben 

Tarver, music by John Clifton, lyrics 
by John Clifton & Ben Tarver. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Adapted from the 
play The man with a load of mischief, 
by Ashley Dukes. © Donald Goldman; 
4Feb66; DU65OO2. 

COMEDIES CfiL^BRES; adapt^es par R. de 
Roussy de Sales; illustrations de 
Cathy Nelson. Lincolnwood, 111., 
National Textbook Corp. 128 p. 
8 plays. Text in English & French. 
© National Textbook Corp.; 3ON0V65 ; 
A829298. 

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, by William 

Shakespeare. Edited by George Lyman 
Kittredge; rev. by Irving Rlbner. 
2d ed. Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell 
Pub. Co. 71 p. (The Kittredge 
ShaJcespeares, BP6b) © Blaisdell 
Pub. Co., division of Ginn & Co.; 
l8Apr66; A838659. 

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by Harry Levin. 
New York, New American Library. 
176 p. 5 acts. (The Signet Classic 
Shakespeare, CD326) NM: introd. & 
notes. © Harry Levin; 30Dec65; 
A818OO8. 

COMIC MONOLOGUES AND SKETCHES, VOLUME 1; 
one dozen comedy bits for stage or 
TV by Philip Hoffman. 1 v. © Philip 
Hoffman; 19Jan66; CI8206. 

COMING HOME, a play in three acts by 
E. V. Siegel. 1 v. © Elaine Vivian 
Siegel; 3Feb66; DU64962. 



COMING IN ON A WING AND 152 PRAYERS; 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Angeline Birch. 30 1. 
© Angeline Birch; 21Apr66; DU65625 . 



COMME LES CHARDONS. 
THEATRE VIII. 



See 



CINDERELLA IN VERSE, a three act play 
by Willie E. Strickland. 10 1. 
©Willie E. Strickland, Sr. ; l8Jan66; 
DU64723. 

CINQ PETITES COMEDIES; adaptees par 
R. de Roussy de Sales. Lincolnwood, 
111., National Textbook Corp. 62 p. 
(French drama series) (Dollar lan- 
guage books) NM: vocabulary. 
© National Textbook Corp. (in notice: 
Banks Upshaw Division, National Text- 
book Corp.); 27Jan66; A837373. 

CIRCUS. See 
CIRKUSZ. 



THE CIRCUS BIRTHDAY PARTY, by Sylvia 
Thomas. 25 1. A recording script. 
Book & lyrics only. © Sylvia Thomas; 
25Jan66; DU64974 . 



CIRKUSZ, (The circus) Fantastic dream 
ballet in five scenes with prelude by 
Gyorgy Ranki. 84 p. Adapted from the 
short story by Prlgyes Karinthy. 
Text in Hungarian & English. Piano 
score. © Gyorgy RSnki; 2Mar66; 
DU64992. 



CLUTTERED, by Shaunee Laurence, pseud, 
of Katherine Broudy. 18 1. A play. 
© Shaunee Laurence; lFeb66; DU64978. 

COAT OF MANY COLORS, by Barrie Stavis. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Barrie 
Stavis; ljun66; DU 65754 . 

THE COAT OF MANY COLORS, by Clinton 0. 
Inge. Meridian, Miss., Inge Music 
Pub. Co. 11 p. 8 scenes. © Clinton 
0, Inge; 20Dec65; A82378O. 

COCKROACHES. See 

THE WOLVES & THE COCKROACHES. 

COEXISTENCE. See 
NUIT D'UH COUPLE. 

COG IN THE WHEEL. See 
THE FINK. 



THE COLOR OF MORNING, a play in twenty- 
six scenes by Michael Miller. 101 1. 
© Michael Miller; 3Mar66; DU65175. 

COLUMBINE CUM LAUDE, a play in one act 
by Lyda Nagel, pseud, of Lyda R. 
Tldwell. New York, S. French. 34 p. 
© Samuel French, Inc.; 150ct65; 
DP5983. 



COMMENTARY ON THE CONSTITUTION ON THE 
CHURCH IN THE MODERN WORLD, CRITICAL 
AREAS: INTERNATIONAL ORDER, STATE- 
MENT AT THE CONFERENCE ON THE MAIN 
THEOLOGICAL ISSUES OF VATICAN COUNCIL 
II, UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, INDIANA, 
by James J. Norris. 13 1. (The 
Theological issues of Vatican II) 
An address. © University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; CI8517. 

COMPLETE PLAYS OF CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE. 
See 
CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE'S DR. FAUSTUS. 



THE COMPOST HEAP, a comic romp in two 
acts and five scenes by Vladimer 
Cherrln. 1 v. ©Vladimer Cherrin; 
17Jan66; DU6478l. 



THE CONCEPTION, GESTATION AMD BIRTH OF 
THE U. S. AIR FORCE, a lecture by 
Betty L. Kennedy. 30 1. © Betty L. 
Kennedy; l6May66; CI8543. 

CONCERTO IN MINOR, a collage in two 
acts by Peter Wollheim. 1 v. 
© Peter Wollheim; 17Jun66; DU6606O. 

CONCERTO WILD WISTERIA. See 

THE MUSIC TEACHER OF MAPLE LEAF. 



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THE CONCH SHELL, by Wendell Edgar. 
1 V. A play In 2 acts. © Wendell 
Edgar; ll^FebGG; DU65093. 

CONDITIONED RELAXATION. Day time 
lesson, no.l; night time lesson, 
no.l. By George Kenneth Fricke. 
1 V. © George Kenneth Fricke; 
l8Apr66; C18469. 

THE CONFEDERATE PLOT AGAINST MAINE AND 
THE CALAIS BAN?: RAID, an address by 
Mason Philip Smith. 39 1. © Mason 
Philip Smith; l6jun66; C18626. 

THE CONFESSION OF OSCAR WILDE, by Art 
Dodds (Arthur E. Dodds) -33 1. 
A play. © Arthur E. Dodds; 2Jun66; 
DU65933. 



THE CONFESSIONAL, by William W. Tobin. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © William W. 
Tobin; 28Feb66; DU65126. 



CONFITEOR, a play by James J. Rush. 
1 V. 3 acts. © James J. Rush; 
lApr66; V'U65'^66. 

CONFITEOR. See 

NOT A WAY OF LIFE. 



THE CONSTITUTION LUMEN GENTIUM AND 
THE FATHERS OF THE CHURCH, by Henri 
de Lubac. 28 1. (The Theological 
issues of Vatican II) An address. 
© University of Notre Dame; l6May66; 
CI8508. 

CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH IN THE 
MODERN WORLD SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC 
LIFE, by George Higgins. 14 1. 
(The Theological issues of Vatican II) 
An address. © University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; CI8516. 

CONSTITUTION ON THE SACRED LITURGY, 
by Godfrey Diekmann. 12 1. (The 
Theological issues of Vatican II) 
An address. © University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; C18496. 

CONTEMPORARIES, an episode of the church 
raids by Wilbur Daniel Steele. 22 1. 
A play. © Wilbur Daniel Steele; 
l6Feb66; DU65059. 



CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN EDUCATION, by 
Richard E. Werstler. 7 1. A speech. 
© Richard Emerson Werstler; l8Apr66; 
Cl8it74 . 



CONTINUED PROM PAGE FOUR, a three act 
farce by Ernest P. Thompson II. 
^th revision. 115 1- © Ernest P. 
Thompson; 6Jun66; DU65859. 

CONTRIBUTIONS OF PSYCHOANALYTIC CRITI- 
CISM TO A THEORY OF LITERATURE, by 
Leonard F. Manheim. 7 1. A reading. 
© Leonard F. Manheim; 19Apr66; 
CI8555 . 



THE COmrERSIQN OF BUSTER DRUMWRIGHT , the 
television and stage scripts by Jesse 
Hill Ford. Nashville, Vandei-bilt, 
174 p. © Jesse Hill Ford; 90ct64; 
DP5959. 



CORDIALLY YOURS; original teleplay by 
E. M. Fadigan. 30 1. © Ellen 
Fadigan; 5Nov65; DU66097. 



CORIOLANUS. See 

THE TRAGEDY OF CORIOLANUS. 



CORREA COTTO, AHIJADO DEL DIABLO; 
motion picture shooting script 
written by Oscar Antonio Torres. 
'122 1. © Oscar A. Torres; 9May66; 
DU657'^6. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; Aug. 13, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
21Feb66; CI8365. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; Sept. 11, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
15 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
10Jun66; CI8607. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; Oct. 21, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 14 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
CI8659. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ASCENDED MASTER SAINT 
GERMAIN; 310ct64, Chicago, 111. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 14 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 30Jun66; CI865O. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Sept. 7, 19^4, 
Shasta Springs, Calif. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. -^-5 1- 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; lOJunbb; 
CI8612. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Oct. 19, 1964, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 14 1 . © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 10Jun66; 
CI8598. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Nov. 26, 1964, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. l4 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
C18647. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Dec. 21, 1964, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 13 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
C18644. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GOD HARMONY; Sept. 8, 1964, 
Shasta Springs, Calif. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 10Jun66; 
CI8606. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF JUSTICE; 
July 2, 1964, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
12 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
21Feb66; C18372. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF LIBERTY; 
July 4, 1964, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. I5 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 21Feb66: 
CI837O. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OP LIGHT; July 3, 
ig64, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 13 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 21Feb66: 

c 18371. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF LIGHT; Sept. 15, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
14 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
10Jun66; CI860I. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LADY MASTER NADA; Aug. I8, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
21Feb66; CI836O. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LORD MAHA CHOHAN; Sept. I8, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
12 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
10Jun66; CI8608. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LORD MAHA CHOHAN; Oct. 23, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. I8 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
CI8657. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LORD MAITREYA; Aug. I5, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
21Feb66; CI8363. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MARY; Dec. 24, 1964, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
C18641. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS; Aug. 11, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
21Feb66; CI8368. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS THE CHRIST; 
Dec. 25, 1964, Chicago, 111. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 16 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 30Jun66; Cl8640. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MESSENGER NO.l FROM THE 
SECRET LOVE STAR; Oct. 26, 1964, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 16 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
CI8649. 



THE COP AND THE ANTHEM, by 0. Henry; 
adapted as a one act play by Robert 
Brome. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. 
Co. 21 p. (Eldridge popular one-act 
playscrlpts) © Robert Brome; lSep65; 
DP5986. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF JUSTICE; 
Aug. 21, 1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 11 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 21Feb66; C18357. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY ASTREA; Aug. 20, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
12 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
21Feb66; C18358. 



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CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY CYCLOPEAj Sept. 9, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
10 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
10Jun66; CI861O. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY DIVINE DIRECTOR; 
Aug. 19, 196*1, Shasta Springs, 
Calif. Recording script by Saint 
Germain Press. 13 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 21Feb66; C18359. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY HERCULES; June 29, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 13 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 21Feb66; 
C18373. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY HERCULES; Oct. 28, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 14 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
CI8652. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY K-17; Oct. 25, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 17 I. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
CI8655. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY SANAT KUMARA; 
Aug. 17, 196*^, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 12 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 21Feb66; CI836I. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Sept. 20, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
15 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
10Jun66; CI8604. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY, Oct. 20, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 11 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
CI8654 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Nov. 1, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. l4 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
C18648. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Nov. 29, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 15 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
C18646. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Dec. 22, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. I3 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
CI8643. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED PRECIOUS SAINT GERMAIN, 
Oct. 18, 1964, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
10Jun66; CI8605. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED RAY-O-LIGHT; Oct. 27, 1964, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; CI8653. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; Apr. 27, 
1963, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 18 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 21Feb66; 
CI8367. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; Sept. 12, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
10Jun66; CI8599. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; Nov. 28, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 8 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 10Jun66; 
CI8615. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT KUMARA; Oct. 3O, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 15 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
CI865I. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SANAT KUMARA; Sept. 14, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
18 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
10Jun66; CI8600. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ANGEL DEVA OP THE JADE TEMPLE; 
June 26, 1964, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
21Feb66; C18375. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT AKGEL DEVA OF THE JADE 
TEMPLE; Sept. 16, 1964, Shasta 
Springs, Calif. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. l4 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 10Jun66; CI8616. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT BELOVED DIVINE DIRECTOR; 
Dec. 23, 1964, Chicago 111. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
30Jun66; C18642. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT COSMIC ANGEL ON WHOSE CROVm 
BLAZLES THE WORD UNION; Oct. 22, 1964, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 15 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; CI8658. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM, BELOVED MIGHTY 
HERCULES; Aug. 12, 1964, Shasta 
Springs, Calif. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 9 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 21Feb66; CI8366. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM, MIGHTY HERCULES; 
Sept. 10, 1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 14 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 10Jun66; CI8609. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PEACE; Apr. 12, 
1964, Santa Fe, N. M. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. I8 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; IOJun66; 
CI8614. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PEACE; Aug. l4, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
21Feb66; C18364. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM OP PEACE; SepL. 13, 
1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
14 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
10Jun66; CI8617. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PURITY; Oct. 24, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 16 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 30Jun66; 
CI8656. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT GOD TABOR; Nov. 27, 1964, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 10Jun66; 
CI861I. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ARCTURUS; Sept. 17, 1964, 
Shasta Springs, Calif. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 16 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 10Jun66; 
CI8602. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ASTREA; Sept. 19, 1964, 
Shasta Springs, Calif. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 17 1. 
<^ Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 10Jun66; 
CI8603. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED MASTER SAINT 
GERMAIN; Dec. 20, 1964, Chicago, 111. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 11 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 30Jun66; C18645. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; 
Aug. 9, 1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 12 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 21Feb66; CI8369. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; 
Sept. 6, 1964, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 14 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 10Jun66; CI8613. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ELOHIM OP PURITY; June 28, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 13 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 21Feb66; 
CI8374. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY VICTORY; Aug. I6, 1964, 
Shasta Springs, Calif. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 21Feb66; 
CI8362. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY THE GREAT COSMIC PRESENCE OF THE 
LISTENING ANGEL; June 27, 1964, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 15 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 21Feb66; CI8376. 

COSMIC DANCERS, a sociological satire 
in 3 acts by Selsus Albritton. I v. 
© Selsus E. Albritton; 4Feb66; 
DU64998. 



LE COSMONAUTE AGRICOLE, de R. de Obaldia. 
60 1. A play in 2 scenes. © Rene 
de Obaldia; lMar66; DU65O34. 



THE COTILLION, a comedy in three acts 
by John Burrell. 1 v. © John 
Burrell; lMar66; DU65163. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE COUNT OF LUXEMBOURG, an operetta in 
three acts by A. M. Wlllner & R. Bo- 
dansky; with music by Franz Lehar. 
Translated & adapted by Eric Maschwitz; 
music arranged & adapted by Bernard 
Grun. 84 p. 3 acts. Libretto. 
© Glocken Verlag, Ltd.; llFeb66; 
DU64933. 



COUNTRY CLUB, a play in three acts by 
Rainsford J. Winslow & Winifred W. 
Winslow. Ill 1. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Rainsford J. Winslow & 
Winifred W. Winslow; llMay66; 
DU65823. 

COURTESY OF KAY; recording script for 
K Mart Division, S. S. Kresge Co. by 
Jam Handy Organization. 11 1. 
© K Mart Division, S. S. Kresge Co.; 
26Jan66; CI8305. 



THE CRABAPPLE QUEEN, a comedy in one 
act by John Kirkpatrick. New York, 
S. French. 25 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 60ct65; DP594 3. 



CRACK IN A GRECIAN URN, by Frank Richard 
Kent. 61 1. A play in 9 scenes. 
©Prank Richard Kent; 19Jan66; DU6t854. 



A CRAZY BUSINESS, a one act play by 
Susan Laurie Harris. 25 1. 
© Susan Laurie Harris; 10Jun66; 
DU66IO8. 

THE CREEPER, by Pauline Macaulay, pseud. 
3 acts. (In Plays of the year, 
edited by J . C. Trewin. London, 
Elek Books, v. 29, p. 195-294) 
© Pauline Macaulay; l8Jan66 (in 
notice: 1965 ) ; DFO-1465. 

CREEPER. See 

PLAYS OF THE YEAR, VOLUME 29. 



THE CRISIS, by Jacqueline Hacsi. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Jacqueline H. 
Hacsi; llMar66; DU65229. 



THE CROCODILE, a play in three acts & 
15 songs by Lee E. Jacobson & Frank 
Alberts. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Lee E. Jacobson & Frank Alberts; 
2May66; DU6575I. 



CROCUS WAS SEEN. 
THE BRIDGE. 



See 



CROSSROAD TO BETHLEHEM, by Patricia 
Vought Schneider. 25 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © First Congregational 
Church of Berkeley; 3Peb66; DP5999. 



THE CROWN CAPER, an original screenplay 
by Alan R. Trustman. 123 1. 
© Alan R. Trustman; 27Apr66; DU65675 . 



A CROWN OF THORNS, a play in one act 
by Kermlt William Poling. 7 1. 
© Kermlt William Poling; lApr66; 
DP6034 . 



A CRUEL PLACE, a new play by Ogar 
Bobnes (Stanley T, Bobnes) 136 1. 
3 acts. © Stanley T. Bobnes; l6Feb66; 
DU65061. 



THE CRUELEST MONTH, by Edna Madway. 
51 1. A play in 3 acts. © Edna 
Madway; 4May66; DU65725 . 



THE CRUISE, by Judy Skuta (Judith Marie 
Skuta) 35 1. A musical play in 3 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Judith 
Marie Skuta; 17Jan66; DU64730. 



CRY FOR THE MOON, by Elizabeth Sarkissian. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Elizabeth 
Sarkissian; 4Mar66; DU65178. 

CRY, MY LORD, FOR THE CHICKENS HAVE 
MET THEIR END, a play in one act 
by Ronald Mele. 25 1. © Ronald 
Mele; 23Jun66; DU66123. 



CRY ON MY SHOULDER. See 

THREE PLAYS FOR TELEVISION. 



CRY TO ME, SILENTLY, by D. Jason 
Vinley. I38 1. A play in 4 acts. 
© Dennis Jason Vinley; 27Jun66; 
DU66127. 



A CRYSTAL CHANDELIER FOR A LOVELY 
SOIREE, a comedy in two acts by 
Albert Dickason. 1 v. © Albert 
Dickason; 15Jun66; DU66O52. 



CUCKOOLAND, a new musical play for 
children. Music & lyrics by David 
Van Fossen; book by Lowell Swortzell. 
1 v. Based on The birds of Aristo- 
phanes. © Lowell Swortzell & David 
R. Van Fossen; 2Feb66; DU64958. 



A CUP AND A SAUCER, a play in three 
acts by Raeburn Ann Cannon. 1 v. 
© Raeburn Ann Cannon; l6Feb66; 
DU65057. 

CUPID AND DEATH, by Matthew Locke & 
Christopher Gibbons; edited by 
Edward J. Dent; rev. text, Bernard 
Harris. 2d, rev. ed. London, 
Stainer & Bell. 79 P- (Musica 
Britannica, 2) © Royal Musical 
Assn.; 17Jan66; DFO-1452. 

CURTISS E. DRIVER, by R. J. Petersen 
Associates. 6 1. 6 scripts. 
© R. J. Petersen Associates, Inc.; 
2May66; CI853I. 

OYMBELIfiS; by William Shakespeai/o 
New Ycrkj Washington Square P;.'2 
(W12fi) 139 p. (The F'-lg-;r :,ibr 
general reader's Shake speai-s. : 
a.l editor: Louis B. Wr-ight. Ass 
editor: Virgir:ia A. LaMar) 5 s.2 
NM: in''^r-d., vjt-is & coapilati':r. 
illus. © Wasbingtcr. ciqua:.'- Pre 3 
Inc.; I5JUI65; A838093. 



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CYRANO DE BERGERAC, a heroic comedy by 
Edmond Rostand; translated by Howard 
Thayer Kingsbury, edited & modernized 
by Oscar H. Fidell. New York, Wash- 
ington Square Press (RE121) 1 v. 
(Reader's enrichment series. Chair- 
man, Board of Editors: Harry Shefter) 
5 acts. NM: teacher's manual & 
reader's supplement. © Washington 
Square Press, Inc.; 15Feb66; A839969. 



D 



DAMES AT SEA; book & lyrics by Robin 
Miller & George Haimsohn, music by 
Jim Wise. 1 V. A play with music 
in 2 scenes. © George Haimsohn, 
Robin Miller &Jaraes Wise; 23May66; 
DU65873. 

DAMIEN OF MOLOKAI, by Robert S. Mullen. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Robert S. 
Mullen; 3Jun66; DU65949. 

DAMMIT THE STOVE! By Dolores Malaschak. 
21 1. A play. © Dolores Malaschak: 
28Feb66; DU65124. 



DANCE PAGEANTRY IN HISTORY AND LEGEND, 
by Katrine Amory Hooper. Illustrated 
by the author. 1st ed. New York, 
Vantage Press. 210 p. With music & 
Labanotation. ©Vantage Press, Inc.; 
25Mar65 (in notice: 1964); A828o48. 



THE DANCING BIRDS, a play in tlree acts 
by Joseph Baldwin. 1 v. © Joseph 
B. Baldwin; 31Mar66; DU65452. 



DANIEL AND THE GOLDEN IMAGE; script 
adapted from Bible, by W. Randolph 
Galvin, Jr. 25 1. 2 acts. 
© W. Randolph Galvin, Jr.; IbMaybb; 
DU658IO. 



THE DANIEL BOONE STORY, by Earl Hobson 
Smith. 1 V. A play in 5 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. DU39328. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Earl 
Hobson Smith; 4Apr66; DU65482. 



DARK GESTURE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Sldone A. 
Mallam. 30 1 . © Sldone A. Mallam; 
lFeb66; DU64921. 



DARK ON SUNDAY, a play in three acts 
by Anne Paoluccl. 156 1. © Anne 
Paoluoci; 21Mar66; DU65329. 



THE DARK TOWN BATTERIE, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Eugene Wilbert. 30 1. © Eugene 
Wilbert; 8Mar66; DU65204 . 



DARKHORSE '66, a drama of the California 
Republican gubernatorial primary, 
1966, by Russell E. Teasdale. 16O 1. 
3 acts. NM: revisions. © Russell E. 
Teasdale; 29Dec65; DP5997 . 



THE DAUGHTER, a three act play by Joel 
Horton. 1 v. © Joel Horton; 9Mar66; 
DU65213. 



DAVID SWAN, by Nathaniel Hawthorne; 
adapted as a one act play by Robert 
Brome. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. 
Co. 21 p. (Eldridge popular one-act 
playscrlpts) © Robert Brome; lSep65; 
DP5985. 

DAVID SWAN. See 

LOVE, DEATH AND MONEY. 



THE DAY CHRIST CAME TO OUR TOWN, a 
modern religious drama by Stevelyn 
Ausley. Punta Gorda , Fla . , Eternal 
Light Press. 11 p. 5 scenes. 
© Stevelyn Ausley; 25May66; DP6077. 



THE DAY FOR DECISION, by Lin Broad- 
casting Corp. 3 1. © Lin Broad- 
casting Corp.; 24May66; CI8535. 

A DAY IN THE COUNTRY, a comedy in three 
acts by Giuseppe Di Gioia. 1 v. 
© Giuseppe Di Gioia; 20Apr66; DU65598. 

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A WAY-OUT WIFE, 
a film play by B. L. T. Brown (Bruce 
Le Tarte Brown) 130 1. © Bruce 
Le Tarte Brown; l4Apr66; DU65552. 

THE DAY THE PRESIDENT RESIGNED, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Robin Sloane, pseud, of 
Pauline E. Pierce. 30 1. © Pauline 
E. Pierce; 21Apr66; DU6563O. 

DAYS OP AWE. See 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 



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1966 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



13 



DAYTON ALI£N, DR. OF SMARTNESS, D.O.S. 
FOR SEVEN-UP, by Dayton Allen. 
Sheet. Appl. states prev. reg. 
llDec6l, C14490. NM: additions & 
revisions. ©Dayton Allen; l4Jan66; 
C18230. 

DAYTONA BEACH PICNIC; story & screenplay 
by Ellen Wilkerson, pseud, of Mary 
Ellen Spears. 95 1 . © Mary Ellen 
Spears; 8Jun66; DU66020. 

DEACON'S BIT. See 

THREE CAPSULE DRAMAS. 



THE DEAL, a drama in three acts by Lola 
Jones Amis. 58 1. © Lola Jones 
Amis; 21Mar66; DU65389. 



DEAR SANTA CLAUS, a puppet play by 
Janet Loring. 1 v. © Janet Loring; 
l8Apr66; DU65592. 



DEATH SHALL HAVE NO DOMINION, by 
Donald Deschner. 1 v. A play in 
k acts. © Donald A. Deschner; 
l8Apr66; DU65595. 



THE DEATHWATCH, a motion picture shooting 
script by Orville J. Wanzer. '46 1. 
© Orville J. Wanzer; l'4Jun66; DU660i47. 



DEBBIE; shooting script of original 
screen play by Nicholas Cosentino. 
55 1. © Nicholas Cosentino; 21Mar66; 
DU65388. 



DECEIVE ME NOT, a musical comedy in 
three acts by Louise Navigato. 1 v. 
Book only. © Louise Navigato; 
lApr66; DU65226. 



THE DECISION, a three act play by Sylvia 
L. Oshypko. 114 1. © Sylvia L. 
Oshypko; 24Feb66; DU651I8. 

DECLARATION ON NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS, 
by Marc H. Tanenbaum. 23 1. (The 
Theological issues of Vatican II) 
An address. ® University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; CI85OI. 



THE DECLARATION ON RELIGIOUS FREEDOM, 
by John Courtney Murray. 20 1. 
(The Theological issues of Vatican II) 
An address. © University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; CI8520. 

DECLARATION ON THE RELATION OF THE 
CHURCH TO NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS, 
by Thomas Stransky. 16 1. (The 
Theological issues of Vatican II) 
An address. © University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; CI85OO. 

THE DECREE ON ECUMENISM, by Thomas 
Stransky. 10 1. (The Theological 
issues of Vatican II) An address. 
© University of Notre Dame; l6May66; 
CI8504. 

DEIN BIS GESTERN. (The wedding present) 
Schausplel in 3 Akten von Ken Parker. 
Deutsche Bearbeitung von Friz Wolter. 
112 p. Appl. states prev. reg. May 
1948, DI4306. © Ken Parker; 3Nov65 ; 
DU657OO. 

THE DELICATELY WOUNDED, a sequel to 
death in five scenes by Lawrence F. 
Fisher. 63 1. A play. © Lawrence F. 
Fisher; lMar66; DU65166. 

A DENIED MOTHER, by Dorothy Norwood. 
Sheet. A story. © Herman Lubinsky; 
9Jun66; CI8587. 



THE DENTIST'S APPRENTICE, a Listen & 
Learn child guidance record by Ruth 
Sllin. 1 v. (Children's classic 
series, catalogue no.C-301) Script. 
© Ruth Sllin; 15Jun66; CI8556. 



THE DESERTERS; series of TV scripts by 
Robinson Stockham, pseud, of Linda 
Juanlta Stockham. Episode V: Sorrow's 
crown. 43 1. Sequel to See not 
through somber eyes, speak not with 
sadden lips. © Linda Juanita Stockham; 
lFeb66; DU64861 . 

DEUTSCHES WEIHNACHTSSPIEL. See 
ERNST WIECHERT'S BRIEFE AN EINEN 
WERDENDEN AND EIN DEUTSCHES 
WEIHNACHTSSPIEL. 



THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE REALTY PRINCIPLE, 
by Elcanon Isaacs. 12 1. © Elcanon 
Isaacs; 21Jun66; C18632. 

DEVIL IN MANUSCRIPT. See 
LOVE, DEATH AND MONEY. 

DEVIL'S DISCIPLE. See 
FOUR PLAYS. 



THE DEVIL'S WAKE, by Oliver Sanford 
Wright. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Oliver Sanford Wright; 24Jun66; 
DU66126, 



DEVOTION, by Pete Sellers. Sheet. 
© Herman Lubinsky d.b.a. Planemar 
Music Co.; 25Jan66; CI8196. 



THE DIABOLICAL DR. ONGO, a Federal 
Chapter play in thirteen episodes; 
screenplay by Leon Drewko & others. 
1 V. Based upon characters 8e situa- 
tions in Marshall Benedict, master 
spy, created & written by Neil Sulli- 
van. © Neil Sullivan Copyright Co.; 
9Mar66; DU65219. 



DIAMONDS AND CORN-COBS, a four act play 
by Edward A. Steiner. 1 v. © Edward 
A. Steiner; 20Jun66; DU66085 . 

DICK WHITTINGTON, by Walter Roberts. 
62 1. A play in 2 acts. © Walter 
Roberts; 23May66; DU65874 . 



DID SHE OR DIDN'T SHE? 
SABLE. 



See 



DIESEL DAZZLE, by Harold Beebe & 
Bill Heyer (William R. Heyer) 
1 V. Sketches with music. © Harold 
Beebe & William R. Heyer; 2Jun66; 
DU65934. 



DIESEL INTRODUCTION; script for motion 
picture for International Harvester 
Co. by Wilding. Writer: Toby Carlson. 
Rev. Dec. 27, 1965. 32 1. Narration 
script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 29Mar66; 
CI 84 55. 

THE DINNER; or, Karolee Parraday. 
A libretto by Mary Kay Swltzer. 
13 1. A musical play. © Mary Kay 
Swltzer; 28Mar66; DU65415. 



DINO AND DAD-BABE, a short play by 

Paul Hunter. 44 1. © Paul 

Robinson Hunter, Jr.; 24Mar66; 
DU6538O. 

DIOGENES AND THE WINTER OF TRUTH, a 
one act play by Athena Hosev «-'Hal 



Gordon. 13 1. © Hal Gordon "V 
Athena Hosey; 30Mar66; DU6543O. 



DIGS TE SALVE, PSIQUIATRA. por Bernardo 
Viera Trejo. 1 v. A screenplay. 
© Bernardo Viera Trejo; llJan66; 
DU64806. 



DIPLOMATIC BAGGAGE, a farce by John 
Chapman. London, English Theatre 
Guild. 92 p. (Guild library) 
2 acts. © John Chapman; 8Feb66; 
DFI836. 

DISAFFECTION. See 
TWO BY TARDU. 

DISC JOCKEY HORSE. See 
HORATIO THE HORSIO. 



THE DISCOVERY; comic film script by 
Robert I. Williams. 74 1. ©Robert 
Ileroy Williams; 12Apr66; DU65542. 

A DISCOVERY THAT MEETS THE NEEDS OF 
TODAY, a lecture on Christian Science 
by Martin Broones. 21 1. (Pull 
report, no. 4) ® Martin Broones; 
l6Feb66; CI82OO. 



DISSENT FROM ITHACA, a you-are-there 
play In two acts by Clayton Koelb. 
97 1. © Clayton T. Koelb, Jr.; 
20Jun66; DU66082. 



DISTANT SHORE. 
THE BRIDGE. 



See 



LA DIVINA INFIEL; argumento cinemato- 
grafico. By Reynaldo Lopez Del 
Rincon. 17 1. © Reynaldo Lopez 
del Rinco; 6May66; DU65686. 

DO THE BEATLES PUT UP WITH THIS? See 
OH, BROTHER. 



DO UNTO OTHERS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
John J. Hyde. 30 1. © John J. Hyde; 
llMar66; DU65242. 



DO YOU KNOW MY NAME? By M. Christian 
Loken. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© M. Christian Loken; l6May66; 
DU65582. 



DR. FAUSTUS. See 

CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE'S DR. FAUSTUS. 

DOCTOR HEIDEGGER'S EXPERIKENT, See 
LOVE, DEATH AND MONEY. 



THE DOCTOR IS SICK, by Marvin Denlcoff . 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Marvin 
Denicoff; llMar66; DU65250. 



DOCTOR, LAWYER, INDIAN CHIEF, by Richard 
Castrodale. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Richard Castrodale; 7Jan66; DU64799. 



DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY, a play by Muriel 
Spark. London, Macmlllan. 110 p. 
© Muriel Spark; 2Jun63; DFI822. 

THE DOCTRINE OF VATICAN COUNCIL II ON 
THE VIRGIN MARY, by Jorge Medina 
Estevez. I8 1. (The Theological 
issues of Vatican II) An address. 
© University of Notre Dame; l6May66; 
CI8505. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



DOESN'T EVERYONE? A comedy by Pamela 
Herbert Chals. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Pamela Herbert Chals; llMar66; 
DU65358. 

DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION ON DIVINE 

REVELATION, by Christopher Butler. 
17 1. (The Theological issues of 
Vatican II) An address. © University 
of Notre Dame; l6May66; CI85IO. 

DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH: 
LUMEN GENTIUM, by Charles Moeller. 

1 V. (The Theological issues of 
Vatican II) An address. © University 
of Notre Dame; l6lyiay66; C18495. 

THE DOLLAR PLAN, A SALES INCENTIVE, by 
L. Chace Grover & Ray Sullivan. 

2 sheets. © L. Chace Grover & Ray 
Sullivan; l8Mar66; Cl84l6. 



A DOLL'S HOUSE, GHOSTS, AN ENEMY OF THE 
PEOPLE, ROSMERSHOLM, by Henrik Ibsen; 
newly translated from the Norwegian 
by Michael Meyer. 1st ed . Garden 
City, N. Y., Doubleday. 429 p. 
(A Doubleday Anchor original, A215e) 
© Michael Meyer; 7Jan66; AB1235I. 

THE DOLPHIN, by Roslyn Marshall. 
23 1. A screenplay. © Roslyn 
Marshall; llMay66; DU65769. 



DON CARLA, by Prank Van Deusen. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Prank Van Deusen; 
21Feb66; DU6526I. 

DON GIOVAKNI. See 
THE MARBLE GUEST. 
MOZART'S DON GIOVANNI. 



DON GIOVANNI'S WIEDERKEHR; lustiges 
Drama in zwei Akten von Fred 
Ziegellaub. II5 1. © Fred 
Ziegellaub; J+MaySe; DU65728. 



DON PASQUALE, by Gaetano Donizetti; 
a comedy in 3 acts by Giovanni Ruffi- 
ni. English version by Phyllis Mead. 
Musical editing & revision by Douglas 
Townsend. New York, F. Columbo. 
231 p. Text in Italian & English. 
Vocal score. Appl. states prev. pub. 
1955- NM: revision. © Franco Colum- 
bo, Inc.; lNov65; DP59'H. 



DON Q RIDES AGAIN, by Tom R. Fraker. 
Holston Conference Methodist Youth 
Fellowship. 9I p. ^ acts. © Tom R. 
Fraker; 28Jan66; DP6021. 



DONNER, a play by Robert Murray. 
1 v. 2 parts. © Robert Bruce 
Murray; 5May66; DU65735 . 



DON'T COLOR ME BLACK! By Polly Shaw 
(Pauline Kay Shaw) 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Pauline Kay Shaw; 28jan66; 
DU6't789. 



DON'T LET SUTWER COME, by Terence Feely. 
2 acts. (In Playp of the year, 
edited by J. C. Trewin. London, 
Elek Books. v. 29, p. 295-407) 
© Terence Feely; l8jan66 (in notice: 
1965); DPO-1464. 

DON'T LET SUMMER COME. See 
PLAYS OF THE YEAR, VOLUME 29. 

DON'T PUT A CRIMP IN OUR STYLE; record- 
ing script for Oldsmobile Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 12 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 26jan66; CI8268. 



DOOR. See 
WEBS. 

DOORS AJAR, THE FILL, a short & tragic 

screenplay in one act by A. Goellner. 

30 1. © A. Goellner; 28Peb66; 
DU65125. 

DOPE! By Maryat Lee. (In Scholastic 
Soope, Nov. 18, 1965, p. 9, etc.) 
Appl. states prev. reg. 23Apr51, 
DU27425 & 21Apr53, DFl408. NM: 
r'evision. © Maryat Lee; 18Nov65; 
DP5936. 

DOPPELGANGER. See 

THREE PLAYS FOR TELEVISION. 

DOROTHY AND THE WIZARD IN OZ, a musical 
play for children by Dulce Odriozola 
(Suzanne P. Odriozola) 1 v. 2 acts. 
Based on the book by L. Frank Baum. 
© Dulce Odriozola; 24May66; DU65882. 

DOUBLE IDENTITY. See 

THREE PLAYS FOR TELEVISION, 

THE DOVES THAT DIDN'T COO, a film 
comedy by Edward Senior. 8I 1. 
© Edward Senior; l8Apr66; DU65594 . 

DOWN, a play in two scenes by Elyse 
Nass. 12 1. ©Elyse Nass; 15Feb66; 
DU65055 . 

DOWNBEAT, a dramatic play with a musica: 
background; original screenplay by 
Alan L. Gaylor. II3 1. 3 acts. 
Book only. © Alan Gaylor; 22Mar66; 
DU65137. 

DOWNHILL AT ALL TIMES. See 
HERE COMES THE SHOWBOAT. 

DRACULA. See 

THE BRIDES OF DRACULA. 



THE DREAM, a one act play by Liz Guerdan 
(Elizabeth M. Guerdan) 7 1. © Eliza- 
beth M. Guerdan; 20Jan66; DU64830 



THE DREAM, by Goland Ziran. 29 1. 
A play. © Goland Ziran; 15Feb66; 
DU65054 . 



THE DREAM; opera in 3 acts, music & 
lyrics by Mary Agnes Jones. 1 v. 
© Mary Agnes Jones & Paul Montgomery 
Jones; llApr66; DU65570. 

DREAM. See 

A LETTER OF LOVE. 



THE DREAM PAINTER, by Raymond A. Holland. 
14 1. A screenplay. © Raymond A. 
Holland; l8Jul66; DU66102 . 



A DREAM PLAY AND THE GHOST SONATA, 

with selected notes to the members of 
the intimate theatre by August 
Strindberg; translated by Carl Rich- 
ard Mueller, with an introd. by 
Robert W. Corrigan. San Francisco, 
Chandler Pub. Co. 106 p. (Chandler 
editions in drama) © Chandler Pub. 
Co.; 13Jan66; DP6OI5. 

THE DREAM SHOP, by Raphael E. Serebreny. 
91. A play. © Raphael E. Serebreny; 
23Peb66; DU65I6I. 



THE DREAM SHOP, by Raphael E. Serebreny. 
13 1. A screenplay. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Raphael E. Serebreny; 
21Apr66; DU65752. 



DREAMS END, a play in ten scenes by 
Eugene Goheen. 1 v. © Eugene 
Harvey Goheen; 24Feb66; DU65II7. 



THE DRIFTER; original story written & 
adapted for television by Harlow E. 
Pulaski. 31 1. © Harlow E. Pulaski; 
llMar66; DU65239. 



DRINKING SONG, a play in three acts by 
Dana M. Tremayne (Mark Dana Tremayne) 
1 V. © Dana M. Tremayne; 20Apr66; 
DU65607. 



DROWSY WORSHIPPER, by Lois Henderson 
Bayllss. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Lois Henderson Bayliss; 7Jan66; 
DU64743. 

DRY SEASON, by Peter Barthal, pseud, of 
Frank F. Paal . 110 1. A screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. Feb. I966, 
DU65557. NM: "first 23 pages re- 
written." © Frank Paal Productions; 
7Jun66; DU65852. 



THE DRY SEASON AND THE LOOPHOLE, by 
Peter Barthal, pseud, of Frank F. 
Paal. 110 1. A screenplay. © Frank 
Paal Production; 8Apr66; DU65557. 



DU VENT DANS LAS BRANCHES DE SASSAFRAS, 
de R. de Obaldia. l46 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Rene de Obaldia; lMar66; 
DU65035. 



DUDDY, a play in one act by Charles J. 
Ax. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Art Craft 
Play Co. 26 p. (An Art Craft play) 
© Art Craft Play Co.; 3Jan66; DP5978. 

DUST TO DIAMOND, a lens drama by Eugene 
Goheen. 1 v. A screenplay in 3 
acts. © Eugene Goheen; 24May55; 
DU6588I. 



DWELL IN SAFETY, a play in four acts 
by Marvin A. Cohen & Morris Levy. 
1 V. © Marvin A. Cohen & Morris 
Levy; 19Apr66; DU65573. 

THE DYBBUK AND OTHER GREAT YIDDISH 
PLAYS; translated & edited by Joseph 
C. Landis. New York, Bantam Books. 
356 p. (A Bantam classic, QC294) 
NM: compilation, translations & 
prefaces. © Bantam Books, Inc.; 
28Peb66; a821140. 

DYNAMITE FOR BREAKFAST, by Marco Vicario. 
140 1. A screenplay. © Atlantic* 
Cinematografiea Produzione Films, 
P . P . L . ; 1 IFe b65 ; B;j6d 04 2 . 

DYSCOLUS. By Menander. L. A. Post, 
translator. (In The Complete Greek 
drama. New York, Random House. 
V.2, [p.]l201-124B) Appl. states 
prev. reg. DU49986. NM: editorial 
revision & introd. © L. A. Post; 
l8Peb63; DP607O. 



THE E. S. P. CONTEST PLAN, by L. Chace 
Grover & Ray Sullivan. 1 v. 
© L. Chace Grover & Ray Sullivan; 
l8Mar66; C18417. 



THE EAGLE-DCraS, a play in 5 acts by 
Mark Worden, pseud, of Mike Davidow. 
58 1. © Mike Davidow; 23Feb66; 
DU65162. 



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15 



THE EASTER EGGS THAT CRACKED, by 
Estelle Rockman. 1 v. A play. 
© Estelle Rockman; l4Mar66; DU65264 . 



EAUX ET FORETS. 
THEATRE I. 



See 



EBAUCHES . See 

OEUVRES COMPLEMENT AIRES DE GERARD DE 
NERVAL, III. 

THE EBONITE, by Luther Whitsitt. 

42 1. A play in 5 acts. © Luther C. 
Whitsitt; 17Jun66; DU65885. 



ECHO FROM THE HILLS, a play in two acts 
by Jeannette Ziinmennann. 90 1. 
© Jeannette Ziimnermann; 20Jan66; 
DU64986. 



L'ECLUSE; piece en trois actes de 
Gilbert Cesbron. 87 1. © Gilbert 
Cesbron; lMar66; DU65036. 

THE EDEN ROOM, a play in six scenes by 
William Dorsey Blake, 103 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. lAug47, D1251. 
MM: additions & revisions. ©William 
Dorsey Blake; 12Jan66; DU64766. 

EFFIGY, a one act play by Tlta Lanser, 
pseud, of Margaret Judith Lanser. 
18 1. © Tita Lanser; 29Apr66; 
DU65685. 



THE EGGHEAD REHABILITATION AND REST 
HOME; one act comedy sketch written 
by Loney Lewis. 8 1. © Loney 
Lewis; llApr66; DU65550. 

EGGHEART THE DISALLUSIONED DEMOCRAT, 
by F. M. Hauge. 12 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © F. M. Hauge; 3Jan66; 
DP6OI2. 



THE EGO AND THE ID, by Goland Ziran. 
134 1. A play in 3 acts. © Goland 
Ziran; 10Jan66; DU64758. 



THE EIGHT O'CLOCK TOWER, an original 
one act play with music for 
children. Book, music & lyrics by 
Ruth C. Edinberg. 2 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l8Sep63, DU58557. 
NM: addition & revision. © Ruth C. 
Edinberg; l4Jun66; DU66046. 

EIGHTEEN EIGHTY DEPOT, a four act play 
by Edward A. Steiner. 1 v. 
© Edward A. Steiner; 21Apr66; 
DU65696. 

THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MAN, a comedy 
of matters educational in three acts 
by Gloria Roddey. 9I 1. Includes 
music for 1 song. © Gloria J. Roddey; 
l4Mar66; DP6043. 

88 'S OUT FRONT IN OPPORTUNITY; recording 
script for Oldsraobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 11 1. 
® Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 26Jan66; CI826I. 

ELBOS AND ELVERSE ELF, by Joe Burke, 
Ralph Romano & Peter De Angelis. 
1st draft, elf series. 1 v. A 
screenplay. Appl. states prev. reg. 
30Apr62, DU55365. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Peter De Angelis & 
Kim Music Co.; 2Jun66; DU66006. 



THE ELECTIONEERS, by Robert S. Town- 
send. 1 V. A play In 3 acts. 
© Robert S. Townsend; l8Mar66; 
DU65396. 



ELECTRA. See 
AJAX & ELECTRA. 
POUR PLAYS BY SOPHOCLES. 



ELECTROGENICS IN ACTION, by Eric Siday. 
51. A speech. © Electrogenic 
Sounds, Inc.; 19May66; C18547. 

ELEKTRONISCHE LIEBE; Opera buffa in 
einem Akt, vier Bildern von Joseph 
Kosma, libretto von Andr6 Kedros, 
Deutsche Ubersetzung von W. A. 
Schwarz. Mainz, B. Schott's SfcShne. 
96 p. (Edition Schott, 5657) 
?a.avierauszug. © B. Schott's sahne; 
28Dec65; DFO-1453. 



THE ELEVENTH DYNASTY, by Wendell 

Metzger. 45 1. A play. © Wendell 
Metzger; 29Mar66; DU65426. 



ELIJAH, a mystery play by Martin Buber; 
translated by Maurice Friedman. 
41 1. 23 scenes. © Maurice Friedman; 
21Peb66; DU65O73. 

ELISABETH, by Elinor Schwarzwald. 
1 V. A narration script. © Elinor 
Schwarzwald; 4Feb66; DU64965. 



ELIZABETH THE QUEEN. 
JULIUS CAESAR. 



See 



THE EMANCIPATED PEOPLE, a comedy in 
three acts by Marilyn Wolf, pseud, 
of Marjory Soffer. 146 1. 
© Marjory Soffer; 23May66; DU65865 , 



EMERGENCY, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Albert 
Enzmann. 30 1. © Albert Enzmann; 
5Jul66; DU66089. 



EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 
FIT FOR A KING. 



See 



THE EMPTY FISH STORE, by Ronald Mele. 
23 1. A play. © Ronald Mele; 
23Jun66; DU6612O. 



THE EMPTY HORIZON; original story & 
screenplay by Matt Tundo . Ill 1. 
© Matt Tundo; 19Apr66; DU65572. 



THE ENCHANTED SHIRT, a play for chil- 
dren in three acts by Jerry Lesch. 
54 1. Based on the poem by John 
Hay. Appl. states prev. reg. 21Jun65, 
DU6332O. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Jerry Lesch; 9May66; DU65534. 

THE ENCOUNTER, by Kathy Ann Simpson. 
91. A play in 3 scenes. © Kathy 
Ann Simpson; l6Mar66; DU65315. 



AN END IN SIGHT, a play in two acts 
by Richard France. 59 1. ® Richard 
France; 3May66; DU65767. 

END MEN, a play in half act by Miriam 
F. Brunner. 15 1. © Miriam F. 
Brunner; 24Mar66; DU65438. 



ENDECOTT AND THE RED CROSS. 
THE OLD GLORY. 



See 



ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE. See 

A DOLL'S HOUSE, GHOSTS, AN ENEMY OP 
THE PEOPLE, ROSMERSHOLM. 

L 'ENFANT CRIMINEL. See 

L 'ATELIER D 'ALBERTO GIACOMETTI. 

THE ENGAGEMENT, a one act play by 

Lyle Kessler. 32 1 . © Lyle Kessler; 
25Mar66; DU65404. 



ENGINEERING REPORT, I966; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 9 1. © Pon- 
tiac Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8276. 



ENSENADA, written by Buddy Ebsen 
(Christian Ebsen) & Jerry Lester. 
1st draft. 135 1. A screenplay. 
© Buddy Ebsen & Jerry Lester; 
30Mar66; DP604l. 

ENTERTAINMENT, by Culver. 104 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Roy Culver; 
7Jun66; DU65973. 



THE EPIC AFTERNOON OF MRS. MCWURTER, 
a one act play by Sydorick. 30 1- 
© Thomas Sydorick; 19Apr66; DU6557d. 

THE EPILEPTIC TERROR; shooting script 
by Sam S. Lucario. 101 1. AdpI. 
states prev. reg. 20Dec65, DU64613. 
NM: complete revision. © Sam S. 
Lucario; 25Apr66; DU65663. 

ERN WESTMORE PRESENTS FACIAL EXERCISES. 
1st draft. 19 1. © B. G. P. Enter- 
prises, Inc.; 19Apr66; C18449. 

ERNST WIECHERT'S BRIEFE AN EINEN WERDEN- 
DEN AND EIN DEUTSCHES WEIHNACHTSSPIEL. 
Introduced & annotated by Sumner 
Kirshner. Washingtoi. State University 
Press. 79 p. (Monographic supplement 
no. 4 research studies, v. 34, no.l) 
© President and Regents of Washington 
State University; 30Mar66; A838777 . 



ESCALATION POKER, by E. Theodore 
Mallyck. 13 1. Audition script. 
© E. Theodore Mallyck; l8Feb66; 
CI835O. 



ESCAPE, created by Tom Hofsommer 
(Thomas G. Hofsommer) Episode: 
To see the sun, written by Jerry 
Connelly (Gerald Connelly) & Tom 
Hofsommer. 60 1 . A screenplay in 
4 acts. © Thomas G. Hofsommer & 
Gerald E. Connelly; 13Jun66; 
DU66035 . 



ESCAPE A WIDOW, by Bernice Tennis 
Kunian. 30 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Bernice Kunian; 4Jan66; DU64777 . 



ESCAPE FROM DRAGON'S TOWER, by Bob 
Ward (Robert Spelman Ward) 122 1. 
A teleplay in 3 acts. © Robert 
Spelman Ward; 4Apr66; DU65488. 

THE ESCHATOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF THE 
CHURCH, by Barnabas Ahern. 14 1. 
(The Theological issues of Vatican II) 
An address. © University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; CI8506. 



UNA ESTRELLA PARA TODOS; espectaculo 
musical en dos partes. Libro original 
de Jesus M. de Arozamena (Jesus Maria 
de Arozamena Berasategui) & others. 
53 1- Libreto solamente. © Jesus M. 
Arozamena, A. F. Montesinos, R. de 
Leon & A. Quintero; 28Jun66; DU65941. 



ET LA CENDRE REDEVINT FEU, de Roger 
Ikor. 84 1 . A screenplay. © Roger 
Ikor; 23Dec65; DU64927. 



ETAGENVDGEL; Trag5die in einem Akt von 
Hans Heinrich Formann. [Vienna] 
Universal Edition. 26 p, © Universal 
Edition, A.G.; l6Aug65; DFO-1428. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE ETERNAL DRAMA, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Jerry Musacchio. J** 1- © Jerry 
Musacchio; 13Jun66; DU66037. 



THE ETERNAL LIGHT (Television program) 
Scripts In this series are by 
various authors. © Jewish Theological 
Seminary of America. 

Ballad of Isaac and Jacob, by Millard 
Lampell. Chapter T-123. © 13Dec64; 
DP6054 . 
Days of awe, by Shimon Wincelberg. 
Chapter T-I26. Adapted from the 
book of the same title by S. Y. 
Agnon. © 30ct65; DP6052. 
The five sons, by Howard Fast. 

Chapter T-111. © 8Dec63; DP6o46. 
Immortal journey, by Alvin Boretz. 

Chapter T-122. © 6Dec64; DP605O. 
Inscription for a blank page, by 
Millard Lampell. Chapter T-II6. 
© lNov64; DP6049. 
The Kaddish of Levi Yitzhok, adapted 
by Shimon Wincelberg from a radio 
drama by Morton Wishengrad. Chapter 
T-106. © 22Sep63; DP6o48. 
The legate, by Howard Fast. Chapter 

T-121. © 29Nov64; DP605I. 
The long cast, by Clair Roskam. 

Chapter T-112. © 15Dec63; DP6o45. 
The migrations of a melody, by 

Shimon Wincelberg. Chapter T-135. 
© 26Dec65; DP6053. 
A new earth, by Joseph Mlndel. 

Chapter T-I09. © 17Nov63; DP6o47 . 



ETOUFFE-CHRETIEN. 
THEATRE II. 



See 



EUMENIDES. See 

THE ORESTEIA TRILOGY: AGAMEMNON, THE 
CHOEPHOROE, THE EUMENIDES & 
PROMETHEUS BOUND. 

THE EVERLASTING REICH, by Susan Griffin. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Susan Griffin; lFeb66; 
DU64875. 



EVERYTHING'S GEORGE, a one act play by 
Louis E. Catron. 26 1 . © Louis E. 
Catron; l6Mar66; DU65309. 

EVERYWHERE A KISS KISS, by M. Stone & 
J. Heller. 66 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Martin M. Stone & John Heller; 
27Jun66; DU66l32. 



THE EVIDENCE GANG, an original screen- 
play by David N. Brenner. 268 1. 
© David Norrls Brenner; 8Mar66; 
DU65212. 



EXCAVATION NUMBER ONE, a play in two 
acts by Wendell Metzger. 127 1. 
© Wendell Metzger; 22Mar66; DU65342. 



THE EXPLORERS, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Raymond 
Eavenson, Jr. 30 1. © Raymond 
Eavenson, Jr.; 8Mar66; DU65205 . 



T?IE EXTREMISTS, a play In three acts 
by Paul Owen. 113 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 22Jun65, DU63328. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Paul H. 
Owen; 25Apr66; DU65508. 



EYE OF THE HURRICANE; special adaptation 
for television by Nora Stirling. 
1 V. A screenplay. Appl . states 
prev. reg. 2Mar60, DP3987. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Nora Stirling; 
15Dec65; DP5961. 



EYES, a play by Gerty Agoston. 98 1. 
A screenplay. © Gerty Agoston; 
l6Mar66; DU65099. 



F. A. REGULATIONS; COMMERCIAL & RE- 
FRESHER, SECTION A-B, NARRATION, by 
Paul E. Sanderson. Rev. 2 v. 
Scripts of disc recorded narrations 
to be reproduced as educational 
lectures. Appl. states prev. reg. 
1964, CI6887-I6888. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
6Apr66; CI8596-I8595. 

F. A. REGULATIONS; PRIVATE PILOT 
GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION A-B, NARRA- 
TION, by Paul E. Sanderson. Rev. 
2 V. Scripts of disc recorded 
narrations to be reproduced as educa- 
tional lectures. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1963, CI649I-I6492. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; 6Apr66; Cl8594-l8593. 

THE F-85 AND CUTLASS SERIES, OUT FRONT 
IN BUY APPEAL; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy Or- 
ganization. 10 1. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26jan66; CI826O. 

FACIAL EXERCISES. See 

ERN WESTMORE PRESENTS FACIAL 
EXERCISES. 

FACTORS AFFECTING THE ISOLATION AND 
ACTION OF A MITOGENIC AGENT, THE 
SECOND FACTOR, by Rolf E. Huff & 
Joe T. Preston. 17 !• An address. 
© Rolf E. Huff & Joe T. Prf^ston; 
24Feb66; CI8381. 

FADE OUT, FADE IN; book & lyrics by 
Betty Comden & Adolph Green, music 
by Jule Styne. New York, Random 
House. 118 p. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states lyrics to 
l4 compositions prev. reg. 1964 & 
1965. © on lyrics to 2 songs; 
Betty Comden, Adolph Green & Jule 
Styne; 17Sep65; DP6OO3. 



THE FAIR SEX, a new comedy by Charles 
Edward Miller & Gerard Magavero. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Charles 
Edward Miller & Gerard Magavero; 
12May66; DU65775 . 

THE FAITHFUL FEW, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Dorothea E. Bublitz. 30 1. 
© Dorothea E. Bublitz; 25Apr66; 
DU65637. 



THE FALL OF ATHENS, by Ruth Rehrer 
Wolff. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Ruth Rehrer Wolff; 9Mar66; DU65214 . 



THE FALL OF THE CITY, a drama in three 
acts by Feren'": Herczeg, translated 
from the Hungarian by Victor Clement. 
1 V. © Victor Clement; l4jan66; 
DU64811. 



THE FALL OF THE CROW, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Vlckl Viguers. 30 1. © Vicki 
Viguers; lFeb66; DU64922. 



THE FALLEN SAVED, a musical based on 
the traditional melodrama; adapted by 
Sadie Lou Tierl, music & lyrics by 
Sadie Lou Tierl & Richard Addesso. 
1 V. 3 acts. © Sadie Lou Tierl & 
Richard Addesso; 21Feb66; DU65077. 



FALLING IN LOVE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Darwin Christian. 30 1. © Darwin 
Christian; l4Mar66; DU65286. 

THE FALLING STAR. (The meteor) 
A comedy in two acts by Friedrlch 
Diirrenmatt; English version by 
Alexander Gross. 112 1. © Alexander 
Gross; 270ct66; DU66l40. 

PAMILLE. See 

PIECES CYNIQUES. 

FAiv'ILY CIRCLE, by James P. Wtiite. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © James 
Patrick White; llFeb66; DU65045. 

FAMILY LIFE ENRICHMENT PROGRAM, a series 
of lectures delivered by Urban G. 
Steinmetz. 1 v. 12 talks. © Upper 
Peninsula Family Life Bureau; 
7Mar66; C18464. 

FAMILY PLAN, a comedy in one act, two 
scenes by Vivian Moss & Gertrude 
Behrle. 1 v. © Vivian R. Moss & 
Gertrude Behrle; 13Jun66; DU65857. 

FAMILY SCENE, by Doris V. Brunson. 
91. A play. © Doris Virginia 
Brunson; 26Apr66; DU65673. 

FAMILY TREE, a comedy by Jay Romer, 
pseud, of Seymour Bennett & Connie 
Romer, pseud, of Connie Lee Bennett. 
1 V. 3 acts. © Jay & Connie Romer; 
15Feb66; DU65053. 



FAMOUS ROSE TABOO. 
SLEEPING BEAUTY. 



See 



FANDANGLES, MOON DAZE, by Alice Lew 
McClaskey. 11 1. A play. © Alice 
Lew McClaskey; 23Peb66; DU65105. 

FANNY HILL! A musical in three acts, 
adaptation & book, lyrics & music 
by Martin Sllberston. 1 v. Based 
on the novel Fanny Hill by John 
Cleland. © Martin Sllberston; 
l6jun66; DU65890. 

THE FARCE OF THE TUB, a fifteenth 
century comedy freely translated 
from the old French by Fletcher 
Collins, Jr. 11 1. NM: additions. 
©Fletcher Collins, Jr.; 28Apr66; 
DU65687. 

FAREWELL SUPPER. See 
ONE HOUR OP LIFE, 



FAST GUN TO HOUSTON, a dramatic play 
by Sam Carlo, pseud, of Sam S. 
Lucario. 103 1. Screenplay in 76 
scenes. © Sam S. Lucario; 2Feb66; 
DU64959. 



THE FAT MAN, a miniature epic drama, 
comedy in one act by Joseph Baldwin. 
48 1. © Joseph B. Baldwin; 28Mar66; 
DU65413. 

FATHER, SON AND HOLY GHOST, a three 
act play by Barry Forman. 74 1. 
© Barry Ian Forman; 6Jan66; DU64742. 



THE FATHERS HAVE EATEN A SOUR GRAPE, 
AND THE CHILDREN'S TEETH ARE SET ON 
EDGE, by Eytan Halaban. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Eytan Halaban; 4Apr66; 
DU65225 . 

FATTY, by Harry Essex. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
8Apr63, DU57482. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Harry Essex & David 
Stephen Essex; 29Apr66; DU65704 . 

A FAULT BELONGS TO SOMEONE ELSE, a 3 
act play by Yaffah, pseud, of Sadie 
Harris. 45 1. © Sadie Harris; 
21Jun66; DU65959. 



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THE FAULT, DEAR BRUTUS, a play in three 
acts by Robert James, pseud, of 
James Garvey. 107 1. © James R. 
Garvey; 7Mar66; DU65196. 

FAUSTINA. See 

THE YOUNG DISCIPLE, FAUSTINA, JONAH: 
THREE PLAYS. 

FAUSTUS, by Rolf Lium. [Switzerland] 
75 1. 3 acts. © Rolf Lium; lJun65 
(in notice: 1964); DP6074 . 

LE FAVORI; trag^die en deux actes de 
Gyula Illyes; tradulte du hongrois 
par Ladislas Gara aveo la collabora- 
tion d'Anne Marie de Backer; adapta- 
tion de Jean Rousselot; version 
sc^nique de Georges Charaire. 
[Paris] Gallimard. I73 p. © Editions 
Gallimard; 15Nov65; DFO-1447. 

FEAST. See 

THREE CAPSULE DRAMAS. 



THE FEATHER PEDDLERS, a play by Jeffer- 
son Bayley, pseud, of Jesse K. 
Bailey, Jr. 1 v. 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 9Apr59, DUit8779. 
MM: additions & revisions. © Jesse 
K. Bailey, Jr.; 23Feb66; DU64977. 

FEATHERTOP. See 

LOVE, DEATH AND MONEY. 

FEDERAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT. See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
FEDERAL AMD STATE GOVERNMENT. 

THE FEMALE ANIMAL, a comedy in three 
acts by Reginald Owen & Dolores C. 
Gonczo. 82 1. ©Reginald Owen & 
Dolores C. Gonczo; 25May66; DU65902. 



FEMME TROP HONNETE. 
THeStRE VIII. 



See 



A FESTIVAL AFFAIR; or, The reconcil- 
iation. A comedy in three acts & 
six accents by Robert Rees Evans. 
1 V. © Robert Rees Evans; 29Mar66; 
DU65505. 

FETCH ME A FIG LEAF, a new comedy by 
Charles Edward Miller & Gerard 
Magavero. 1 v. 3 acts. © Charles 
Edward Miller & Gerard Magavero; 
12May66; DU65772. 

FIDELIO; opera in two acts by Ludwig 
van Beethoven. Text by Joseph 
Sonnlelthner & Friedrlch Treitschke. 
Folder. Libretto. Text in German & 
English. After the play by J. N. 
Bouilly. NM: translation of libretto. 
© Elektra Corp.; 28Apr66; DP6078. 

FIDGET, a play in three acts by 

Leonard An^-.hony Casso. 1 v. © Leon- 
ard Anthony Casso; lFeb66; DU648l6. 

A FIERCE AND DANGEROUS VISITOR, a 
30-minute TV comedy by Bernard 
Sabath. 15 1. © Bernard Sabath; 
20May66; DU 65898. 



FIFTEEN MINUTES TO PELHAM PARKWAY, by 
Nitra Scharfman. 1 v. A play In 2 
acts. © Nitra Scharfman; l8May66; 
DU65817. 



THE FIFTH HORSEMAN, by Bertha Hettle- 
man. 1 v. A musical play. Book & 
lyrics only. © Bertha Hettleman; 
2Mar66; DU65228. 



THE FIFTH WINDOW, a play in poetry by 
James Sala. 73 1. © James Bonham 
Sala; l4Mar66; DU65348. 

THE FIFTY-FIRST STATE, an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Joseph R. Corrigan. 3I 1. 
© Joseph R. Corrigan; 9Jun66; 
DU65995 . 

FINDING RELICS IN THE OLD IVES FACTORY, 
by Louis H. Hertz. 6 1. An address. 
© Louis H. Hertz; lPeb66; C18334. 

A FINE TIME TO RUN, by Carol Ann 
Sowey. 31 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Carol Ann Sowey; 20May66; 
DU65847. 

THE FINGER TOMB, a tragicomedy in two 
acts by Ronald Wilcox. 66 1. 
© Ronald Wilcox; 26May66; DU6591O. 

FINGERS OF FATE, by Harold P. Warren. 
66 1. A screenplay. © Harold P. 
Warren; l8May66; DU65701. 



THB FINK. (A cog in the wheel) 
Written, created by Gene Klavan. 
57 1- A screenplay. © Gene 
Klavan; 4May66; DU65729. 

FIRST POSITION, a pilot script for a 
television series ... by Bernard 
Werner. 14 1. 7 scenes. © Bernard 
Werner; 17May66; DU65841. 



FISCHER, a play in two acts by Yoram 
Porat (Joram Porat) 40 1. Original 
Hebrew version. © Joram Porat; 
15Jun66; DU65834 . 



THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE; or. The 
magic fish. A play in 3 acts with 
original musical score by Mary E. 
Uchitel. 1 v. An adaptation of 
Grimms' fairy tale. © Mary E. 
Uchitel; 13Jun66; DU6583O. 



FIT FOR A KING, a madcap musical in 
three acts. Book, lyrics & music 
by Mat Nemenoff. 2 v. Based on 
Andersen's fairy tale. The emperor's 
new clothes. © M. Nemenoff; 5May66; 
DU65558. 



FIVE MEANINGS, by D. Dudley Brill 
Enterprises. 2 sheets. Script for 
television series. © D. Dudley 
Brill Enterprises; 7Mar66; CI8393. 

FIVE SONS. See 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

THE FLAMING GUNS OF SILVER SMITH, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Thomas Eubanks . 34 1. 
©Thomas Eubanks; l6May66; DU65805. 

EIK FLASCHENREICH FUR DIE ERDE; Einakter 
von Hans Heinrich Formann. [Vienna] 
Universal Edition. 37 p. © Universal 
Edition, A.G.; 10Nov65; DFO-1421. 



THE FLAT, by Michael P. Colefax. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Michael P. 
Colefax; 8Feb66; DU65O2I. 

FLATTERY GOT HIM MARRIED, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Patsy Dunn. 30 1. © Patsy Dunn; 
lFeb66; DU64920. 

FLEjR de CACTUS; comedie nouvelle en 
deux actes de Barillet & Gredy. (in 
Theatre I'avant scene, no 322, p. 7-46. 
France) © Pierre Barillet & Jean 
Pierre Gredy; 15Nov64; DF1B24. 



FLIGHT OF THE SEA GULL, a new play by 
Richard Gray & Mayo Loiseau, pseud, 
of Mayo Gray. 1 v. 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 21Nov63, DU58979 & 
23Jan64, DU59404. NM: revision & 
additions. © Richard Gray & Mayo Gray; 
llFeb66; DU65IO2. 

A FLUTE NEEDS A PIANO, a play in one 
act by N. B. Tepper. 104 1. 
© N. B. Tepper; 20May66; DU65844 . 



FLY AWAY HOME, a comedy by Dean Emory, 
pseud, of Morton L. Paterson. 
130 1. 3 acts. © Morton L. Pater- 
son; 17Jun66; DU66061. 

THE FLYING MARVEL OF NOTASULGA, by 
David Chandler. 65 1. A play in 2 
acts. © David L. Chandler; 28Feb66; 
DU65123. 



FOLLOW THAT MAN! Recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 14 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26Jan66; C18278. 

FOOLISH PEOPLE RUN FAST, a 1 act play 

by Shaunee Laurence, pseud, of Katherino 
Broudy. 11 1. © Shaunee Laurence; 
lFeb66; DU64873. 



THE FOOLS, a musical play about musical 
players. Book % lyrics by David 
Rush, music by Errol Pearlman. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book Sr lyrics only. 
© David Rush; 15Mar66; DU6536O. 



A FOOT IN THE DOORWAY, by William 
Walden. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© William Walden; l8Apr66; DU65440. 



FOOTPRINTS IN THE LOUVRE, a comedy in 
three acts by Gerard Dougherty. 
46 1. © Gerard Andrew Dougherty; 
l8Apr66; DU65588. 

FOOTPRINTS ON THE RIVER. See 
SAM STILLER, PRIVATE EYE. 



FOOTSTEPS IN THE SNOW, an original film 
script by Dan Daniels. 271 1. 
680 scenes. © Dan Daniels; l6Feb66; 
DU65361. 



THE FOOTSTEPS OF DOVES, by Robert 
Anderson. 22 1. A play. © Robert 
Woodruff Anderson; 17Jun66; DU66062. 



FOR LOVE OR MONEY, a new musical comedy. 
Book, music & lyrics by Sol Richman. 
1 V. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 3Aug65, DU63749. © Sol Richman; 
21Jun66; DU65939. 



FOR THE LOVE OF LAWRENCE, a play in four 
acts by John K, Fitzpatrick. 173 !• 
© John Kenneth Fitzpatrick; 23Feb66; 
DU65OO3. 



FORBIDDEN KNOWLEDGE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Blanche Arlia. 30 1. © Blanche 
Arlia; 25 Apr 66; DU6565O. 

FORGING QUALITY STEEL. See 

SURFACE CONDITIONING OF FORGING 
QUALITY STEEL. 

FORGIVE THIS TRESPASS, a play in one 
act by Harold Marcum. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 16 p. (Baker's plays for 
amateurs) © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
21Mar66; DP6OIO. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE FORGOTTEN VALLEY; drama in three 
acts by Mishael N. Persall (Michel 
Piersall, pseud.) I'l-^ 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 28Sep65, DU64001. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Mishael 
Navonad Persall; l4Jun66; DU65858. 

FORT FABULOUS, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Al Wyatt 
30 1. © Al Wyatt; lFeb66; Due^igie. 



THE FORWARD IMAGE, a big play by 
Marilyn F. Tate. 46 1. 3 acts. 
© Marilyn F. Tate; 5Apr66; DU65493. 

FOSTER PARENTS; original story written 
& adapted for television by Alta 
Leonhardt. 30 1. © Alta Leonhardt; 
l6May66; DU658OO. 

FOUR PEOPLE, FIVE CHAIRS, a one act 
play written by James John Robiscoe. 
20 1. © James John Robiscoe; 13Jan66: 
DU64769. 

FOLT^ PLAYS ^ by Bernard Shaw, foreward & 
introd. by Paul Kozelka. Caesar and 
Cleopatra; The Devil's disciple; Man 
and Superman; Candida. New York, 
Washington Square Press (W935) 495 P- 
©Washington Square Press, Inc.; 
l6Aug65; A83809O. 

FOUR PLAYS, by Patrick White. London, 
Eyre & Spottiswoode. 356 p. Contents: 
The ham funeral. --The season at 
Sarsaparilla. — A cheery soul. — Night 
on Bald Mountain. © Patrick White; 
9Sep65 (in notice: I961, I962, I963, 
1964, 1965); DFI843. 

FOUR PLAYS BY SOPHOCLES; newly trans- 
lated by Theodore Howard Banks. AJax; 
The women of Trachis; Electra; Philoc- 
tetes. New York, Oxford University 
Press. 173 p. Appl. states Electra & 
Ajax prev. reg. DU52028 & DU53037. 
NM: additions. © Oxford University 
Press, Inc.; 13Jan66; DP5969. 

FOUR TIMES 'ROUND, a drama in 4 parts by 
Jean Louis Alexander, pseud, of 
Donald Adam James Bohlen. I23 1. 
© Donald Adam James Bohlen; 4Apr66; 
DU65484. 



FOUR WHO ENTERED PARADISE, by Jeffrey 
Irwin Roth. I3 1. A play in 2 
scenes. © Jeffrey Irwin Roth; 
24Mar66; DU65381. 



FOURTEEN HUNDRED THOUSAND, a play by 
Sam Shepard. 50 1. © Sam Shepard; 
lJun66; DU65842. 

THE FOX AND THE STQRK, a musical fable 
by Sidney Lippman. 1 v. A screenplay. 
NM: additions & revision. © Sidney 
Lippman; l4Mar66; DU65086. 



FOXFIRE, a play in three acts by 
Hubert H. Hayes. 1 v. © Leona T. 
Hayes; 24Mar66; DU65l40. 

FRA DIAVOLO; komlsche Oper in drei 
Akten von Eugene Scribe, Musik von 
Daniel Francois Esprit Auber, 
Deutsche Fassung von Karlheinz 
Gutheim. Mainz, B. Schott ' s Sohne. 
235 p. (Edition Schott, IO62) 
Klavierauszug. NM: "revisions . 
© B. Schott 's S»hne; 3Feb66; DFO-1454 . 

FRAGILE LEVERS, by Marie Hamilton 
(Marie H. Russell) 67 1 . A play 
in S scenes. © Marie Hamilton 
Russell; 24May66; DU65884 . 



THE FRAMEWORK OF CATHOLIC-PROTESTANT 
DISAGREEMENT, by George A. Lindbeck. 
21 1. © John XXIII Institute, 
St. Xavier College; 27Apr66; CI8563. 

FRANKLY, BEN. See 
THE KITEPLEST. 



FREBERG UNDERGROUND, an experiment in 
pay radio by Stan Freberg. 55 1. 
Book & lyrics only. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Freberg Music Corp.; 
lJun66; DU65929. 



FREE FALL, a verse play by Laurence 
Josephs. 28 1. © Laurence Josephs; 
7Mar66; DU65186. 

FREEDOM IN THE CHURCH, by Alexander 
Schmemann. 13 1- A paper. 
© John XXIII Institute, St. Xavier 
College; 27Apr66; CI856O. 



FREEDOM'S TRAP, by Marc Rutner. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 5Mar63, DU57364. NM: rev. for 
stage. ©Marc Rutner; 10Mar66; 
DU65230. 



FRENCH KATE, a musical melodrama in two 
acts by Patrick Fay; music by Robert 
Milrad, lyrics by Roger Okerstrom. 
1 v. Book only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Melba, the toast of Plthole, 
Nov. i960. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Patrick J. Fay; 23Feb66; DU65157. 



FRIAR BACON AND FRIAR BUNGAY. 
TWO JOLLY FRIARS. 



See 



FRIAR MATTHEW, a comedy in one act by 
Norman Holland. London, S. French. 
24 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Norman Holland; 2Nov65; DFI817. 

FRIDAY NIGHT'S CHILDREN. Music by 

Shirley Bryant, Bill Gartley (William 
Gartley) & Mary Hueter; play & words 
by Bill Bryant (William A. Bryant) 
70 1. 3 acts. © William A. Bryant, 
Shirley Bryant, Mary Hueter & William 
Gartley; 6Apr66; DU65525 . 

FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS; four 
small plays for six people by Albert 
R. Gurney, Jr. 1 v. © A. R. Gurney, 
Jr. ; 15Apr66; DU65584 . 



A FRIEND IN NEED, a comedy in three 
acts by Roland Wolpert. 1 v. 
© Roland Wolpert; 7Feb66; DU65OO8. 

FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. See 
PORTRAIT OF A MADHOUSE. 



FRIGHTENING BUT EXCITING, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Connie Pankiewlcz. 30 1. 
© Connie Pankiewicz; llMar66; DU65244 . 

FRITZ OF SWITZERLAND; or, To be a 
herdsman. Story & lyrics by Clay 
Boland, Jr.; music adapted from 
traditional Swiss folk music. 
1 V. Script for a filmstrip. 
© Clay Boland, Jr.; 20Apr66; 
DU65 605 . 

FROGGIE GO HOME, a play in three actp 
by Rose Wilson. 123 1- © Ros^ V. 
Wilson; 23Mar66; DU65363. 

FROM MEXICO WITH LOVE, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Elmer R. Ham. 3O 1. 
© Elmer R. Ham; 9Jun66; DU6598O. 



FROM RUSSIA WITH AWE, by Mildred H. 
Callaghan. 1 v. A play in 3 a=ts. 
© Mildred Hawley Callaghan; 13Junbb; 
DU65833. 

FROM THE IRON Y, by A. Alexander, pseud. 
of Howard A. Schlottman. 1 v. A 
play © Howard A. Schlottman; 
27May66; DU65912. 



THE FRONTIER ACCOUNTANT, a film by 
Paul Leaf. 1st draft, Apr. 1966. 
67 1. © Paul Leaf; 8Apr66; DU65522. 



THE FROZEN POODS MERCHANDISER; recording 
script for Minute Maid Co. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 10 1. © Minute 
Maid Co.; 26Jan66; CI8265. 



THE FROZEN TRUTH, a romantic comedy 
about Mark Twain by Albert G. Miller. 
1 V. 3 acts. © Albert G. Miller; 
13Jun66; DU66063. 



FRUITLESS JEWELS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Christine Borodemos. 31 1. © Chris- 
tine Borodemos; lFeb66; DU6488l. 

FULL RANGE OWNER RELATIONS; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 12 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8287 . 

FUN CITY EXPRESS, a one act play by 
Grant Duay. 19 I. © Grant Duay; 
30Jun66; DU66152. 

FUNAMBULE, See 

L 'ATELIER D 'ALBERTO GIACOMETTI. 



PUUDAMENTALS OF QUALITY ENGINEERING & 
MANAGEMENT, a series of lectures by 
J. W. Morris. 2 v. 2 phases. 
© J. W. Morris; 23Dec65; CI821I. 



THE FUR INSIDE TICKLES, by Tom Skinner 
Jones, pseud, of Tommy Ray Jones. 
Rev. stahBard version II. 133 1. 
A play. © Tommy Ray Jones; 22Jun66; 
DU66II5 . 



G 



GADGET FOR A GHOST, a musical in 2 acts 
by Will son Whitman. 1 v. Book % 
lyrics only. © Willson Whitman; 
21Apr66; DU65469. 

GAIUS, an original drama in three acts 
by Richard L. Federer. 125 1- 
© Richard L. Federer; llAEr66; 
DU65533. 



THE GAMBLERS, by Ole Klegseth. 41 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Ole J. Klegseth; 
6Jun66; DU65969. 



GAMBLING UNDER COVER, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Pearl V. Ewing. 30 1. © Pearl V. 
Ewing; lFeb66; DU64882. 



THE GAME OF CONQUER, a new play by 
Irving Kaye Davis & Elsa Shelley. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Elsa Shelley; 
12May66; DU660OO. 

A GAME OF JACKS; or, Who's afraid of 
Abigail Van Buren? A play In 1 act 
by Valerie Alison, pseud, of Victoria 
Lucas. 24 1. © Victoria Lucas; 
31May66; DU6592I. 



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19 



A GAME OF SOLITAIRE, a one act play by 
Ben A. Goldlng. 14 1 . © Ben A. 
Golding; 20Jun66; DU66065 . 

GANDHI, by Gumey Campbell. 1 v. 
2 plays. Contents: The power. -- 
The passion. © Gurney Campbell j 
29Jun66j DU66128. 



THE GARDEN, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Nick 
Shevchik (Nicholas Shevchik) 31 1. 
© Nicholas Shevchik; 25Apr66; 
DU65648. 

THE GAS TANK, by Peter J. Smith. 

1 V. A play in 1 act. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 15JUI65, DU63508. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Peter J. 
Smith; 2May66; DU65713. 



GEESE, a two act play by Gus Weill. 
56 1. © Gus Weill; 22Apr66; 
DU65632. 



GEHOO BODE KOTEL, a play with music 
by Mary M. & V. C. Gilbert (Jack 
Gilbert) Music arranger. Gene Worth; 
special arrangments ... by Rod Anders. 
2 V. 2 acts. © V. C. Gilbert & 
Mary M. Gilbert; 6May66; DU65738. 



GENERALLY, by Sterling Franklin Pollard. 
186 1. A play. © Sterling Franklin 
Pollard; 2May66; DUeSTl't . 



THE GENERAL'S DELICATE SON, by Ned 
Starbuck, pseud, of Seth Low Weeks, 
Jr. 76 1. © Seth Weeks; l4Mar66; 
DU65276 . 



GENERATION, by William Goodhart. 1st 
ed. Garden City, N. Y. , Doubleday. 
135 p. 3 acts. © William Goodhart; 
12Apr66; DP6024. 



A GENESIS AND EXODUS OF OPERATION X 
PLUS 0, by Curtis Zahn. 1 v. 
A play in 5 scenes. © Curtis Zahn; 
19Apr66; DU65658. 



GENTLE ANARCHIST, a play by D. deV. 
Ditwiler. 137 1. 3 acts. NM: 
additions & revisions. ® D. deV. 
Ditwiler; 30Mar66; DU65224. 



GENTLEMAN'S GENTLEMAN, a play in three 
acts by R. G. C. McCann. I3I 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Jan50, 
23067. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Robert C. C. McCann; 12Jan66; 
DU64765 . 

GEORGE, a play i-^ three actq by J. D. 
Charles (Julie Charles Hanidis; 
1 v. © Julie Charles; 24junD6; 
DU66125. 

GERANIUM HOUSE, a play in three acts by 
Peggy Simson Curry. 1 v. Includes 
music & lyrics for 1 song. © Peggy 
Simson Curry; 23May66; DU65867. 



GERVAISE, a musical play by John R. 
Jobe. 1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. Based on Emil Zola's L'assom- 
molr. © John R. Jobe; llJul66; 
DU66094 . 

GET 'EM ON THE DOTTED LINE; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 17 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; CI828I. 



GET HOT,. SELL THE FREEZER MARKET I 
Recording script for Admiral Corp. 
by Jam Handy Organization. 12 1. 
©Admiral Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8251. 



GET SMART, a series of scripts 
written by Maurice J. Valenti. 
Episode: The capsuled phone. 
91. 6 scenes. © Maurice J. Valenti; 
23May66; DU65756. 



GETTIN' ON TO EVENIN' , a new musical 
for television. Music by Tom 
Tierney ('Thomas J. Tierney, III); 
book & lyrics by Gary Gardner & 
Phil Barnow (Phillip Barnow) 2 v. 
© Thomas J. Tierney, III, Gary Gard- 
ner & Phillip Barnow; 21Apr66; 
DU65613. 

GETTING EVEN WITH STEVEN! Recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 6 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; C183OO. 



GHOST OP A CHANCE, a phantasy in three 
acts by Raymond Charles Snyder. 1 v. 
© Raymond Charles Snyder; l8Feb56; 
DU65068. 

GHOST SONATA. See 

A DREAM PLAY AND THE GHOST SONATA. 



GHOST TOWN, U. S. A., a film by Alan 
Gorg. 15 1. © Alan Gorg; 24Feb66; 
DU65253. 



GHOSTS, by Henrik Ibsen. Translated by 
Kai Jurgensen & Robert Schenkkan; 
critical material selected & intro- 
duced by Henry Popkin. An authorita- 
tive text ed. Avon Theatre Library. 
175 p. 3 acts. (Avon library, GS8) 
© Kai Jurgensen & Robert Schenkkan; 
15Dec65; A842204. 

GHOSTS. See 

A DOLL'S HOUSE, GHOSTS, AN ENEMY OF 
THE PEOPLE, ROSMERSHOLM. 

LA GIACCA DANNATA; monologo lirico in 
un atto di Giulio Viozzi. Milano, 
Casa Muslcale Sonzogno dl Piero Osta- 
11. 64 p. Riduzione per canto e 
pianoforte. Da un racconto di Dlno 
Buzzatl. © Casa Muslcale Sonzogno 
di Pier Ostali; 280ct65; DFO-1473. 

GIDEON'S BATTLE, a new musical chancel 
play at evening prayer by Anthony 
Guertin. 18 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Anthony Guertin; 17Feb66; DU65152. 

THE GIFT, a play in three acts by Wil- 
liam L. Huganir. 1 v. © William L. 
Huganir; 24Jan66; DU64837. 



THE GIFT SHOP, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Rupert 
Forbes. 30 1. © Rupert Forbes; 
lFeb66; DU64898. 



THE GILDED LION, a play in three acts 
& an eplloque by Edwin Ahearn. 
146 1. © Bernard Edwin Ahearn; 
l6May66; DU65781. 

THE GINGER MAN; screenplay by J. P. 
Donleavy. 125 1. © J. P. Donleavy; 
4Jan66; DU64792. 

A GIRL A WEEK, a three act comedy by 
Jack T. Chia. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 19JUI65, DU6355O. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Jack 
Tehtsao Chia; llMar66; DU65248. 



THE GIRL FROM A.U.N.T., an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Esther Hightower. 3I 1. © Esther 
Hightower; l6May66; DU658o4 . 

THE GIRL THAT STILL WONDERS, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Beatrice Deprey. 30 1. © Beatrice 
Deprey; l4Mar66; DU65282. 

THE GIRL WHO TALKED TO GOLDFISH, a 
comedy in 2 acts, 5 scenes by Maria 
Fagyas, pseud, of Marie Bush-Fekete. 
108 1. © Marie Bush-Fekete; 26May66; 
DU65945 . 

GLASS, by Saul Zachary. 22 1. A tuay. 
© Saul Zachary; llJan66; DU647ui. 



THE GLEIWITZ INCIDENT, a drama in two 
acts by Wilson M. Baltz. 96 1. 
© Wilson M. Baltz; 3Jun66; DU65950. 

GLIMPSE OF THE RIVER. See 
THE MAN WHO LOST THE RIVER. 



GLOMMING THROUGH LIFE, a 2-part comedy 
by Thomas M. Hilt, pseud, of Thomas F. 
Murphy. I6 1. © Thomas M. Hilt; 
2Feb66; DU64993. 



THE GLORYMAKER, a play in three acts 
by Hugues Desulme. 1 v. © Hugues 
Desulme; 23Feb66; DU65107. 



GO WHERE THE DUCKS ARE, by Ted Perry 
(Edward Samuel Perry) 145 1. A 
play in 3 acts. © Edward Samuel 
Perry; 12Apr66; DU65545. 



GOD'S HANDIWORK, an Easter program by 
Samuel H. Cox. Winona Lake, Ind., 
Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. I6 p. 
With music. NM: additions. © Rode- 
heaver Co.; l8Feb66; DP6OO5. 



GOD'S HEALING LAW: WHERE IT IS AND HOW 
IT WORKS, a lecture on Christian 
Science by Paul Stark Seeley. 23 1. 
NM: revisions. © Paul Stark Seeley; 
8Apr66; Cl846l. 



GOD'S POWER AT HAND, a lecture on 
Christian Science by William Henry 
Alton. 26 1. © William Henry Alton; 
21Mar66; C18456. 

GOD'S TIME CLOCK by Daniel Joel & 

Fredericka Woodard. 1 v. A play in 
2 scenes. © Daniel Joel Woodard & 
Fredericka Woodard; 2May66; DU65712. 

GOTZ VON BERLICHINGEN, a play by Johann 
Wolfgang von Goethe; translated by 
Charles E. Passage. New York, P. Ungar 
Pub. Co. 130 p. 5 acts. Text in 
English. NM: translation. © Frederick 
Ungar Pub. Co., Inc.; 2Apr65; 
A822II9. 



GOIN'A BUFFALO, a tragifantasy by Ed 
Bullins. 121 1. 3 acts. © Ed 
Bullins; 13Jan66; DU64768. 



GOING TO TOWN, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 

Mrs. Herbert Dowling. 30 1. 

© Mrs. Herbert Dowling; 25Apr66; 

DU65639. 



THE GOLD-DOLLAR BED, by Mary Eddy. 

1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Mary Eddy; 
28Mar66; DU65411. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-Ju 



GOLD, FRANKINCENSE AND MYREH, a series 
of short plays or vignettes of the 
life of the Lord Jesus Christ, written 
by Winifred Scutt. 1 v. 11 plays. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 20Jul64, 
DU6o866. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Winifred Scutt; l6jun66; DU65893. 

GOLD, FRANKINCENSE, CHRISTMAS TREE 
ORNAMENTS, AND MYRRH, a fantasy for 
Christmastime by Thomas Ohlson. 1 v. 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2Apr64, DU599^3. © Thomas Ohlson; 
25Sep65 (in notice: 1964 & I965); 
DPSgtO. 



GOLD GUITAR, by William R. Packhara. 
68 1. A screenplay. © Alldorf 
Productions; 13Jun66; DU66029 . 

THE GOLDBRINGERS, a new musical by John 
Calene & Paul Murphy. 1 v. 13 scenes. 
© John Calene & Paul Murphy; 27Jan66; 
DU64939. 

THE GOLDEN BEETLE, by Edward Moor, 
pseud, of Edward Kornberg. 64 1. 
A screenplay. © Edward Kornberg; 
24Mar66; DU65375. 

GOLDEN DAZE. See 

CHERRY CREEK BONANZA. 

THE GOLDEN GIRLS, by Helen 0. Simone. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. Adapted from 
Aunt Jane McPhipps and her baby blue 
chips. © Helen 0. Simone; 21Mar66; 
DU65153. 

GOLDEN KEYS OPEN RUSTY GATES, a play in 
one act by Merle Keith Gibson. 65 1. 
© Merle Keith Gibson; 22Mar66; 
DU65447. 



THE GOLDEN MERMAID, a play for music 
in three acts, lyrics by Jack Siegel. 
1 V. Book & lyrics only. © Jack 
Siegel; 12May66; DU65827 . 



GOLDMITTS, THE MAN WITH A HAND IN YOUR 
POCKET; recording script for Chevrolet 
Motor Division by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 11 1. © Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; 
CI8302. 



GOLF AND THE FAMILY; or. My life in 
the rough. By Mickey McTague. 
12 1. Recording script. © Mickey 
McTague; l8May66; CI8536. 



GONE TO THE DOGS, by Bruce Stuart, .pseud, 
of Stewart H. Benedict. 7 1. A 'play. 
© Stewart H. Benedict; 10Jun66; 
DU660IO. 

GOOD DAY, a one act play by Emanuel 
Peluso. Dramatists Play Service. 
34 p. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Emanuel Peluso; 2Feb66; DP5967. 

GOOD GROOMING FOR TEENS. See 

HEIDI OLSON PRESENTS GOOD GROOMING 
FOR TEENS. 

GOOD PERFORMANCE; the script for a 
motion picture prepared for the 
American Oil Co by Wilding. Writer: 
Sam Beall. Rev. Mar. I6, 1966 . 25 1. 
Narration script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 
29Mar66; C18428. 

THE GOOD PRIESTS, a three act drama by 
Walter S. J. Swanson. 81 1. Suggestec 
by lives like Theodore Dreiser's. 
© Walter S. J. Swanson; 17Mar66; 
DU65091. 



GOOD WOMAN OF SETZUAN. See 
PARABLES FROM THE THEATRE. 



GOODY, by Charles Greene & Fred Nagslf. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Charles 
Greene & Fred Nasslf; 20Jun66; 
DU66077 . 

GOODY, GOODY, GUMDROP: By Robert 
Anglund. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
NM: revisions. © Robert Anglund; 
17Mar66; DU65319. 

GORY STORY, a murder (?) in one act by 
John Kirkpatrick. New York, S. French. 
30 p. © Samuel French, Inc.; 6Dec65; 
DP5949. 



GOURMET COOKING, FAMILY STYLE, by 
Ruth Jubelier. 21 1. Television 
script. © Ruth Jubelier; 28Feb66; 
CI8453. 

GRACE, THE DOMINANT NOTE IN PREACHING; 
convocation address delivered by 
K. Morgan Edwards. 24 p. © K. Morgan 
Edwards; 3Jan66; CI8319. 

IL GRANDE COLPO DEI 7 UOMINI D'ORO; 
aoggetto e sceneggiatura di Marco 
Vicario. 362 1. © Atlantica 
Cinematografica Produzione Films, 
S.R.L.; llFeb66; DU65044. 

GRANDE COLPO DEI SETTE UOMINI D'ORO. 
See 
SEVEN GOLDEN MEN STRIKE AGAIN. 



GRANDPA GOES TO HOLLYWOOD, a comedy in 
three acts by Henry R. Alexander. 
1 V. © Henry R. Alexander; 7Feb66; 
DU65736. 



GRANNY DAAn:S AND MISTER DEATH, a 
fantasy in one act by Louis E. 
Catron. 25 1 . © Louis E. Catron; 
14Mar66; DU65353. 

THE GRASS IS GREENER, a play in three 
acts by Irving L. Singer. 90 1. 
© Irving L. Singer; 28Feb66; DU65305. 



THE GRASS IS RED, a comedy in three 
acts by Alfred Rinaldi. 135 1- 
© Alfred Ernest Rinaldi, Jr.; 
5May66; DU65778. 



GRASSROOTS; book by Francis J. McLaugh- 
lin, music by Martin C. Noonan, Jr. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Francis J. McLaughlin & Martin C. 
Noonan, Jr.; l4Mar66; DU65267. 

GRAVELY MISTAKEN, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
John H. Kelly IV. 30 1 . © John H. 
Kelly IV; lPeb66; DU64915. 

THE GREAT CALIBAN, an original drama 
by Marilyn M. Wright. 4l 1. 2 acts. 
© Marilyn M. Wright; 23Mar66; DU65445. 



THE GREAT CROSS-COUNTRY RACE; or, The 
Hare and the tortoise. An entertain- 
ment for children by Alan Broadhurst. 
Anchorage, Ky., Anchorage Press. 
68 p. A play in 10 scenes. © Anchor- 
age Press; 9Dec65; DP5962. 

GREAT FIRE THEY SAW IN THE CITY. See 
AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK III: PLAYS 
ABOUT EARLY MODERN TIMES. 

THE GREAT GAME OP POLITICS, by Paul A. 
Strachan. Sheet. Narration script. 
© Paul A. Strachan; 26Jan66; CI8213. 



THE GREAT HUNTER OF ALASKA, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Ann Alimorong. 30 1. 
© Ann Alimorong; l6May66; DU65802. 

GREAT IS KUSH, by Lisl Beer. Boston, 
Branden Press. 16 p. (The Silver 
series of puppet plays) © Branden 
Press; 23Mar66; A843562. 



THE GREAT SOCIETY, an original story & 
screenplay by Robert Anthony Madero. 
87 1. © Robert Anthony Madero; 
23Jun66; DU66II7. 

GREAT WAY TO GO, OUT FRONT; Recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 71. © Olds- 
mobile Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26Jan66; CI8257. 



GREATER LOVE, a play in three acts by 
Judith Kershaw (Judith Kershaw 
Lapides) 1 v. © Judith Kershaw; 
6May66; DU65741. 

THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO OF ALL, a 
musical fantasy of and about Paul 
Bunyan Book by Jim Ploss (James J.^ 
Ploss) & Norm Cohen (Norman E. Cohen) 
lyrics by Jim Ploss; music by Roger 
Perry. 1 v. NM: additions & revi- 
sion. © James Ploss, Norman Cohen 
& Roger Perry; 25Apr66; DU65667. 



THE GREATEST GAME IN TOWN; book, 

Dorothy Looker; lyrics % choreography, 
Evelyn Davis; music, Madelyn Sheppard. 
2 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Dorothy Looker ^ Evelyn Davis; 
29Mar66; DU65424. 

THE GREATEST TWENTIETH CENTURY BEAUTY 
LOVER AND THE COUPLE NEXT DOOR, a 
play-scenario by Jan Panwicz. 
New York, Carlton Press. 55 p. 
(A Geneva book) 3 acts. © Jan 
Panwicz; l8Apr66; A836069. 

GREEK DRAMA; edited by Moses Hadas. 
New York, Bantam Books. 337 p. 
(A Bantam classic, NC285) © Bantam 
Books, Inc.; 29Nov65; A8O7815. 

GREEN BANNERS, THE IRISH STRUGGLE FOR 
INDEPENDENCE, a television documentary 
by Harris Liechti. 26 1. © Harris N. 
Liechti; l6Mar66; Cl84l3. 



THE GREEN CHILD, a contemporary tragedy 
in 3 acts by Selsus Albritton. 1 v. 
© Selsus E. Albritton; 4Feb66; DU64997 



GREEN HOUSE, a play by Joseph Geraldi. 
92 p. 1 act. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 25Nov64, DU61761. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Joseph Geraldi; 
21Jan66; DU64831. 

THE GREEN LUTE, a play in three acts 
by J. Gladden Schrock. 87 1. 
© James Gladden Schrock; 7Mar66; 
DU65308. 

GREEN-PEPPER, by Andree Angoss. 146 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Andree Angoss; 
13Jun66; DU66O3O. 

THE GROWTH OF A SOUL, an original play 
based on the life of August Strlnd- 
berg by Charles Garo Afhjlan. 
106 1. A screenplay. © Charles 
Garo Ashjlan; 20Jun66; DU6608O. 

GRUB STAKE, an original photoplay by 
G. Lee Bost. 75 1. © G. Lee Host; 
7Feb66; DU65OO5, 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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THE GRUESOME TWOSOME, a three act 
mystery play by Sammy Lilllbrldge. 
24 1. © Sammy Lilllbrldge; 21Mar66; 
DU6533O. 

GUARDIAN OP THE FREE; In memorial to 
John F. Kennedy, by Benjamin T. Evans. 
Polder. ©Benjamin T. Evans; 5Deo65; 
CI 8240. 



GUERRILLA, a television series by Bruce 
Brown. Scripts 1-3. 1 v. © Bruce L. 
Brown; lljul66; DU66l04 . 



GUIGNOL ET SES AMIS, by Evelyn C. 
Green. New York, Holt, Rinehart & 
Winston. 1 v. 14 plays. Text in 
English & French. With music. 
© Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc.; 
15Mar 66; A83OI57 . 



HAiMER IN HIS HAND, a legend with music. 
Masic by Tom Benjan.; libretto by 
Eleanor Graham Var.ce. 1 v. 
© Tom Benjamin & Eleanor Graham 
Vance; 7Mar66; DU65032. 



HANDFUL OF SAND; play In three acts, 
translated by Jan Conrad, pseud, of 
Jan Joseph Conrad Frankowskl . 101 1. 
© Jan Conrad; l8Apr66; DU65453. 

HANDS off; DON'T TOUCHi By Judith 
Martin, Betty Osgood & Irving Burton; 
music by Daniel Jahn. Sheet. 
© Paper Bag Players, Inc.; 5Feb66; 
DP6OI9. 

THE HANDSHAKING CAT, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
!?• ^^^°sue. 30 1. © M. La Rogue; 
lFeb66; DU64890. 



THE HEART OF THE CAR; 10 minute, I6 mm. 
color motion picture prepared for 
Cardwell-Westlnghouse Co. by Wilding. 
Writer: J. Davenport. Rev. Mar. 1, 
1966. 26 1. Narration script. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 29Mar66; C18430. 



HEARTPJL OF LOVE, by Krystel Kann. 
Sheet. Script. © Krystel Kann; 
5Nov65; CI82OI. 



HEAVY HEAVY WHAT HANGS OVER, a one act 
play in two scenes by Peter Mark 
Richmari. 37 1. © Peter Mark 
Richman; 22Apr66; DU657IO. 



HEIDI OLSON PRESENTS GOOD GROOMING 
FOR TEENS, by Roslyn Marshall. 
5 1. Recording script. © Roslyn 
Marshall; 3Jun66; CI8585 . 



THE GUITARIST AFFAIR, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Kevin Weilbacher h James Blanchette. 
31 1. © Kevin Weilbacher & James 
Blanchette; 9Jun66; DU65978. 

GUITEAU, a play in three acts by James 
Neyland. 1 v. © Jsimes Neyland; 
28Jun66; DU66139. 

GUS, a play in three acts by Robert S. 
Mullen. 1 v. © Robert S. Mullen; 
lFeb66; DU64872. 



H 



H F NO.l, by Joe Sarno. 49 1. © Howard 
Farber Films, Inc.; 20Jun66; 
DU66O7I. 

H. P. IS DYING IN THE VALLEY, by Chris 
Longo. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Chris Longo; 2Jun66; DU6593I. 

HAIL, SVENGALI, a new musical comedy. 
Book & lyrics by Guy Gilbert, pseud, 
of Gen Genovese; music by Ulpio 
Minucci. 2 acts. Suggested by 
George Du Maurier's Trilby. Appl . 
states prev. reg. I963, DU57326. 
NM: book h lyrics. © Genisus 
Productions, Inc.; 7Jun66; DU66023. 



HAIL TO THE CHIEF, a contemporary 
comedy by Ronald Alexander. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Ronald Alexander; 
51May66; DU65952. 

A HAIR OF THE DOG, a play in two acts 
by Rowland Posey (Charles Rowland 
Posey) 1 V. © Charles Rowland Posey; 
30Jun66; DU66151. 

HALF A COIN, HALF A MAN, by Michael J. 
McCarthy. 33 1 . A play. ©Michael 
J. McCarthy; 15Jun66; DU65835. 

HALFWAY TO THE MOON, a musical comedy 
by Jacqueline C. Whipple. 78 1. 

2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 

© Jacqueline Conant Whipple; 24Mar66; 
DU65437. 

HALO WITH FEATHER, by J. Stafford Smith 
(James S. Smith) 92 1. A play in 

3 acts. © James S. Smith; 22Apr66; 
DU65709. 



HAM FUNERAL. 
FOUR PLAYS. 



See 



HAMLET OR HAMLET, a play in 3 acts by 
Jack Groverland, pseud, of William 
Deitrich Arnebold. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 7Apr65, DU62719. 
HM: additions & revisions. © William 
Deitrich Arnebold; 15Apr66; DU65589. 



HANNIBAL'S ALP, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Joe Edge. 31 1. © Joe Edge; 
8Mar66; DU652IO. 

THE HAPPY BURRO, a comedy in three 
acts by Jean Riley. 1 v. © Jean 
Riley; 27Jun66; DU66l29. 

HARE AND THE TORTOISE. See 
THE GREAT CROSS-COUNTRY RACE. 

A HARLEQUIN SHOW, by Gwen Leen. 94 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Gwen Leen; 
9Feb66; DU65IO3. 



HARRY IN LOVE, a manic vaudeville by 
.Richard Foreman. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Richard Foreman; 21A{)r66; DU65616. 

HARRY, NOON AND NIGHT, by Ronald Ribman , 
76 1. A play in 3 scenes. © Ronald 
Ribman; 21Peb66; DU65145. 



HARRY THEODORE SMITH, a new play by 
Fred Much. 102 1. 3 acts. © Fred 
John Much; 6Jan66; DU64794. 



HARRY'S DREAM, by Mitchell Donian. 
55 1. A play. © Mitchell Donian; 
22Jun66; DU66ll4 . 

HAT DANCE, by Jonathan H. Conrow. 

178 1. A play in 2 acts. © Jonathan 
H. Conrow; l8May66; DU6569I. 

HAUGHTY THIS SONG, a drama for the stage 
by William Luther Moore. 90 1. 
6 acts. Out of the essence & American 
times of Walt Whitman. © William 
Luther Moore; 24Jan66; DU64950. 

HAUS ERINNERUNG. See 

EIN ABEND IN DEN MUNCHNER 
KAMMERSPIELEN . 



HAUTE SURVEILLANCE, de Jean Genet, 
id. definitive. [Paris] Gallimard. 
97 p. © Editions Gallimard; 15Dec65; 
DFO-1449. 



HE LEARNED HIS LESSON, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Jimmie Williams. 32 1. 
© C. L. Jimmie Williams; 25Apr66; 
DU65641. 



THE HEART OF TECUMSEH, a play in three 
acts by Edith De Blois Laskey Parker. 
126 1. © Edith De Blois Laskey 
Parker; 23Jun66; DU66091. 



HELEN, a play in two acts by Frank 
Albrecht. 1 v. © Frank Albrecht; 
9Mar66; DU65217. 

HELEN. See 
3 PLAYS. 



HELLO, DOLLYJ Book by Michael Stewart, 
music & lyrics by Jerry Herman. 
Condensed version. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Based on The match- 
maker, by Thornton Wilder. Book & 
lyrics only. NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Michael Stewart & Jerry 
Herman; 13Apr66; DU65390. 

HELLO JOE, THE STORY OF A CLOWN; a new 
play with music by Mona S. Berman. 
29 1. Book & lyrics only. © Mona S. 
Berman; 28Mar66; DU65132. 



HELLWIND, a screenplay by Paul Manning 
& Joe Graham. 1 v. © Paul Manning 
& Joe Graham; 22Apr66; DU65568. 



HENFaETTA, a comedy in three act by 
Joseph CrOEsley. IO6 1. © Joseph 
Crossley; 29Mar66; DU6542O. 

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART I, 15 98. 
[Introd. by] Charlton Hinman. 
Oxford, Clarendon Press. 1 v. 
(Shakespeare quarto facsimiles, 
no. 14) © Oxford University Press; 
28Apr66; AI-10117. 

HER EXCELLENCY; screenplay by John D. 
Smith. 86 1. 16 parts. © John D. 
Smith; 27May66; DU65916. 



HER INFINITE VARIETY; ten more mono- 
logues and sketches for women by 
T. B. Morris. London, S. French. 
57 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 15Feb66; 
DFO-1458. 



HERE COMES THE SHOWBOAT; series of TV 
scripts, story by Dave Bell (David L. 
Bell), written by Dave Bell, Dave 
Arnold (David H. Arnold) & Gene 
Cavanaugh (Eugene C. Cavanaugh) with 
Brad Field. Program no.l: Downhill at 
all times; or. Are you sure Edna 
Ferber started this way? 41 1. With 
music. © Dave Bell, Dave Arnold & 
Gene Cavanaugh d.b.a. Showboat Co.; 
13May66; DU65703. 



HERE TODAY, a play in one act by Nevil 
Malin; introd. by Simon Phipps. 
London, S. French. 12 p. (French's 
acting edition) © Samuel French, 
Ltd.; 10Aug65; DFI818. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-Ju 



HERE'S WHY; recording script for K Mart 
Division, S. S. Kresge Co. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 12 1. © K Mart 
Division, S. S. Kresge Co.; 26Jan66: 
Cl830t. 

THE HERETIC, by James A. Mays & 
Richard G. Thompson. K8 1. A 
religious drama in '4 scenes. 
© Richard G. Thompson & James A. 
Mays; 15Jun66; DU66050. 

THE HERO, an original musical comedy, 
book & lyrics by Joel Altman. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Joel 
Altman; l8Apr66; DU65398. 



HEROSTRAT; Schausplel von Maximilian 
Schell. Reinbek.cGer.J Rowohlt 
Verlag. 123 p. 2 acts. © Rowohlt 
Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 23 Dec65; DFI835. 



HEY, BUDDY, a play in one act by 

Richard Camhl. 24 1. © Richard V. 
Camhi; 21Mar66; DU65335. 



HEY DIDDLE DIDDLE, a comedy in three 
acts by Shirley Stollman, pseud, of 
Shirley L. Latessa. 1 v. © Shirley 
Stollman; l4Feb66; DU65049. 

HI THERE IN ST. MARK'S. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

THE HIERARCHICAL STRUCTURE OF THE 
CHURCH, by Carlo Colombo. 21 1. 
(The Theological issues of Vatican II) 
An address. © University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; Cl8494. 



HIGH STAKES, an original story written 
& adapted for television by A. J. 
Nordskog. 31 1- © A. J. Nordskog; 
9Jun66; DU65992. 



HIGH TIME FOR HIRES; prepared for the 
Hires Co., Beverage? International 
by Wilding. Writer: George Elrick. 
2nd script. 25 1. Narration script. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 29Mar66; C18434. 



HIGH TREASON, by John Berger, pseud, 
of Karol Krcmery. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
190c te^t, DU6l!tl8. NM: role of Pope 
in connection with German resistance. 
© Karol Krcmery; llJul66; DU66OI3. 

HILDIE, by Rita Eraser. 48 1. A 
musical play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Rita Praser; l8Jan66; 
DU64712. 

HINDAUTHEN, by Ronald Migllonico. 
75 1. A play in 2 acts. © Ronald 
Migllonico; lApr66; DU65513. 

HIS FIRST PIANO LESSON; original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Josie Butera. 29 1. 
© Josie Butera; 25Apr66; DU65635. 

HITLER HAD A CONSENSUS, by Sol Newman. 
103 1. A play in 3 acts. © Sol 
Newman; 19Jan6D; DU64827. 

HOBBYHORSE, a play in three acts by 
George K. Hohn . 1 v. © George K. 
Hohn; 21Feb66; DU65O79. 

HOCHZEIT IN SAMARKAND; grosse Operette 
in 3 Akten, 9 Blldern von Richard 
Kessler, Muslk von Eduard KUnneke. 
Berlin, Edition Meisel. 2 v. 
© Edition Meisel & Co., G.M.B.H.; 
10ct38; DF1844. 



HOCKEY HERE TONIGHT, by Archie Campbell 
& Bob Ferguson. Sheet. © Peer 
International Corp.; 24Mar66; Cl8489. 



HOGAN'S GOAT, by William Alfred. New 
York, Farrar, Straus & Glroux. 14-5 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l8Aug58, 
DU57576. NM: revisions & additions. 
© William Alfred; 28Apr66; DP6025. 



HOLIDAY IN THE AFTERNOON, a musical 
play for television by Les Roberts, 
pseud, of Lester A. Roubert. I5 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Les Roberts; 
8Feb66; DU65OI9. 

HOLIDAY MAGIC GLAMOUR-GRAPH, by Ern 
Westmore. 33 1. Narration script. 
© B. G. P. Enterprises, Inc.; 
29Apr66; C18491. 



HOME FOR CHRISTMAS, by Brian Joseph 
Adelhardt & John Paul Conner. 7 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Brian Joseph Adelhardt & John Paul 
Conner; 17Jan66; DU64783. 



HOME IS MY KINGDOM, a play for women 
in one act by Ethel Henin Bowers. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 16 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 15Apr66; DP6028. 

HOME MOVIES, by Rosalyn Drexler. 36 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 8Feb62, 
DU54756. NM: additions. © Rosalyn 
Drexler; llFeb66; DU65098. 



HOME RUN HITTER, HILLY DOLE, a comedy 
by Chas. A. Pulaski. 1 v. 4 scenes. 
© Charles A. Pulaski; 7Feb66; 
DU65OO9. 

HOMECOMING, a special one half hour 
monodrama by Dean L. Morgan. 
34 1. A script for television. 
© Dean Lucien Morgan; 13May66; 
DU65776. 



THE HOMELESS ORPHAN, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Helen G. Eraser. 31 1. © Helen G. 
Fraser; 13Jun66; DU66036. 



HOMMAGE A GERTRUDE STEIN. (Homage to 
Gertrude Stein) A theatre show in 
two acts by Nancy Cole. 46 1. Based 
on works by Gertrude Stein. Text in 
English. © Nancy Cole; 17Jan66; 
DU64851. 

L' HOMME QUI CRUT AU CIEL, by Georges 
Pulleringer. [Paris] 139 p. 4 acts. 
© Georges Felleringer; 30Jan55; 
DP1847. 

HONEST JOHN, a musical comedy; book, 
lyrics & music by Sidney Theil. 
1 V. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Sidney Theil; llJan66; DU64727. 

HONEY LAKE, an outline for a musical 
play by Charles Ashjian. 60 1. 
3 acts. Book only. © Charles Ashjian; 
l4Feb66; DU65094. 



HONKY TONK, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Stanley F. 
Benoski. 31 1. © Stanley F. Benoski; 
21Apr66; DU65624. 



HONORABLE MENTION, a play in three 

acts by John B. Quick. 57 1. © John 
Batiste Quick; l4Feb66; DU65052. 



HOODOO THE MAGICIAN, a one act comedy 
by R. A. Anderson & R. L. Sweeney. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldrldge Pub. Co. 
56 p. (Eldrldge popular one-act 
playscrlpts) ©Eldrldge Pub. Co.; 
lSep65; DP5989. 

A HOOSIER IN BOSTON; or. The shark of 
Bloomingdale. A pleasant comedy In 
three acts by Andreas Miohaelides. 
110 1. © Andreas Nouaros Michaelides; 
9Dec65; DU64930. 



HOPE FOR THE FUTURE, by Doris V. Brun- 
son. 12 1. Part 3 of a play. 
© Doris Virginia Brtinson; 2Jun66; 
DU65760. 



HORATIO THE HORSIO, a series of 

15 minute programs by Marion Abeson. 
Program no.l: The disc jockey horse. 
1 V. A play for television. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Jolly 
Music, Ltd.; 25Apr66; DU65706. 

HORNS UP, a musical comedy. Book by 
Don Chastain (Donald C. Chastain) 
& Robert Bealmear. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book only. © Robert Bealmear & Don 
Chastain; 10Jan66; DU64952. 



THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER, a play in 

three acts by A. A. Milne. Adapted by 
Bettye Knapp. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. 
Co. 102 p. ©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
25Feb66; DP6OO6. 



HOUSE AT POOH CORNER, by Beth Sanford. 
1 V. A musical play. Adapted from 
the story by A. A. Milne. Book only. 
© Beth Sanford; 7Jun66; DU65839. 



HOUSE OP SAND, a play in four acts by 
J. H, Bealmear. 60 1. © June 
Hardister Bealmear; 28Peb66; DU65256. 



THE HOUSE ON CRISTO STREET, by Rene 
Marques; translated by Richard John 
Wlezell. 48 1. A play. Appl. 
states prev. pub. as Los soles 
truncos, 15Jul59. ® Richard John 
Wlezell; 15Jun66; DU66053. 



HOW ARE THINGS ON YOUR ISLAND? A musi- 
cal play by William J. Reilly. 2 v. 
2 acts. Book only. © William J. 
Reilly; 21Apr66; DU6547I. 



HOW FRIENDSHIP GROWS, an original 
story written % adapted for televi- 
sion by Fannie Moon. 33 1. 
© Fannie Moon; 20Jun66; DU66073- 



HOW LITTLE DRIP IS SAVED, a puppet 
play by Janet Loring. 1 v. © Janet 
Loring; l8Apr66; DU65593. 



HOW LONG? SO WHAT? YOUR MOVE, by Bill 
Thompson (William C. Thompson) 
91. A play. © William C. Thompson; 
l4Apr66; DU65443. 



HOW MAYOR LINDSAY AND JUDGE KEATING 
WERE ELECTED; oral lecture by Bernard 
B. Leight (Dov Ber ben Yitzchock Isaac 
Light) 11 1. © Dov Ber ben Yitzchock 
Isaac Light; 7Jun66; 018597- 



HOW MUCH IS A MIRACLE? An Institutional 
motion picture for Eli Lilly & Co. 
Writer: Leo S. Rosencrans. 29 1. 
A screenplay. © Eli Lilly & Co.; 
6Jan66; DU64740. 



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HOW SHE MESSED UP FAIRYLAND. 
MARY, MARY QUITE CONTRARY. 



See 



I 



HOW SOME MEN DIE, a two act play by 
Gus Weill. 62 1. © Gus Weill; 
22Apr66; DU65633. 

HOW SWEET IT IS; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy Or- 
ganization. 14 1. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26Jan66; CI8273. 

HOW THE TINSEL GOT ON THE CHRISTMAS 
TREE, by Thomas D. Burnett. Sheet. 
© Thomas D. Burnett; 15Feb66; CI8377. 

HOW TO GET A SEMI-DIVORCE, a comedy by 
William Walden. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© William Walden; 28Jun66; DU66l43. 



HOW TO GET SO DISORGANIZED, YOU CAN 
NEVER GET ORGANIZED AGAIN; or. Two 
wrongs don't make it right, but three 
wrongs better. A musical comedy fable 
by Herbert H. Hutner. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book only. © Herbert H. Hutner; 
17Jan66; DU64853. 

HOW TO LOWER OVER-ALL TRUCK TIRE COSTS, 
a 20-rain. color motion picture for 
the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. by 
Wilding. Writer: John Davenport. 
Rev. Jan. 21, 1965. 52 1. Narration 
script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 29Mar66; 
CI 84 33. 



HOW TO MINIMIZE YOUR FIRE LOSS, by Max- 
well Gordon. 17 1. ©Maxwell Gordon; 
24Jan66; C18247. 

HUELGA DE CIGUENAS; comedia original 
de Jose M. Henriquez. 60 1. 
A screenplay in 25 sequences. © Jose 
M. Henriquez; 5Apr66; DU65298. 



A HUMAN DISEASE, by Don Taggart (Donald 
Barnett Taggart) 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Donald Barnett Taggart; 
12May66; DU65770. 



HU-MAR WILD TRACKS) script by Hugh M. 
Metheny. vol.1. © Hugh Martin 
Metheny; 25May66; CI8572. 

HUNDRED PERCENT ANNIE. See 
READY WHEN YOU ARE, C. B. 

THE HTJNTER AND THE BIRD, by Jean Claude 
Van Itallie. 7 1. A play. © Jean 
Claude Van Itallie; 12Apr66; DU65535 . 



A HUSBAND FOR MOTHER, an original story 
written & adapted for telP'-i'^ion by 
Ursula Essig. 30 1. © Ursula Essig; 
21Apr66; DU65626. 



HVEM SKAL VOGTE DIN BRODER? (Who is 
your brother's keeper?) Foredrag 
om Kristen Videnskab af Neil H. 
Bowles. 22 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. CI7618. NM: translation. © Neil 
H. Bowles; 2Mar66; C18463. 

HYPNO-SMOKE, TO STOP SMOKING WITH 
HYPNOTISM, a lecture by William H. 
Appleby. 9 1. © William H. Appleby; 
15Mar66; Cl8407. 

HYPOCRITES' CARNIVAL, a play by Malcolm 
Saunders, pseud, of Frank Judson 
Morlock. 120 1. 5 acts. Based on 
Charles Dickens' Martin Chuzzlewit. 
© Frank Judson Morlock; 7Jun66; 
DU6597O. 



IFR PLANNING & VOR FLIGHT; INSTRUMENT 
GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION A-B, NARRA- 
TION, by Paul E. Sanderson. Rev. 
2 V. Scripts of disc recorded 
narrations to be reproduced as educa- 
tional lectures. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1962, CI5472 & CI5473. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; 6Apr66; CI8589-I8588. 

IFR REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES; INSTRU- 
MENT GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION A-C, 
NARRATION, by Paul E. Sanderson. Rev. 
3 V. Scripts of disc recorded 
narrations to be reproduced as edu- 
cational lectures. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
lFeb66; CI8338-I8336. 



I AM A RAINBOW, a musical play. Book, 
songs written by Dorothy Wayne, pseud, 
of Dorothy Wiener & Richard Loring. 
1 V. 4 books. © Shelby Music; 
9Mar66; DU65215. 

I CARE. 12 1. Script for filmstrlp. 
©Geo. A. Pflaum, Publisher, Inc.; 
23Mar66; C18422. 

I, ELIZABETH OTIS, BEING OF SOUND MIND, 
a play by Philip Barber. 1 v. 3 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
3Feb64, DU59428. NM: additions. 
© Philip W. Barber; 30Jun66; DU66I57. 

I HATE YOU, TOO, DARLING, a comedy in 
three acts by Glenn Hasselrooth. 
1 V. © Glenn Hasselrooth; 31May66; 
DU65919. 

I KILLED MY BROTHER AND MY BROTHER 
KILLED ME, a drama in two acts by 
R. David Cox. 1 v. © R. David Cox; 
7Jan66; DU64745. 



I LIVED WITH A DEVIL FOR A YEAR, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Helene S. Hanel. 30 1. 
© Helene S. Hanel; lFeb66; DU64900. 

I NEVER SANG FOR MY FATHER, a play in 
two acts by Robert Anderson. 1 v. 
© Robert Anderson; lPeb66; DU64874. 



I SAY GOTHIC BECAUSE, a musical comedy 
by Hilton Butts, pseud, of William 
H. Long & Jerry Magarello (Gerard 
Magarello) 1 v. Adaptation of a 
play entitled The seventh case of 
Trophy Breen. Appl. states prev. 
reg. I8jan65, DU62035. © William 
H. Long & Gerard Magarello; 4Ap3;'66; 
DU65509. 

I SHALL BE FREE, a contemporary passion 
play in two acts by Richard Paul 
Hordern. 1 v. © Richard P. Hordern; 
13Mar66; DP6056. 

I SINCERELY DOUBT THAT THIS OLD HOUSE 
IS VERY HAUNTED, a new musical myth- 
tery by Paul Crabtree. 2 v. 2 acts. 
© Paul Crabtree; 9Feb66; DU648l4. 



I SIT A QUEEN, a play in three scenes by 
Edward Evans. 33 1. © Edward Evans; 
l8Feb66; DU65O69. 

I TOLD YOU SO, a comedy in three acts 
by Elizabeth Gould. 87 1. © Eliza- 
beth Gould; 13Jan66; DU64773. 

I WAS DANCING, a play by Edwin O'Connor. 
Dramatists Play Service. 3 acts. 
74 p. NM: additions & changes. 
© Edwin O'Connor; 24Jan66; DP5954 . 



I WONDER WHAT THE GIRAFFE THINKS OF ME 
NOW? By Don Gordon (Donald Gordon) 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Donald S. 
Gordon; 20May66; DU65845. 

ICARUS, a play by Sam Shepard. 24 1. 
© Sam Shepard; lJun66; DU65900. 



ICE CREAM SEVEN TIMES A DAY, a musical 
comedy by David Peterson. 2 v. 
2 acts. Suggested by the early careers 
of America's greatest showmen, the 
Ringling brothers. © David C. Peter- 
son; 7Feb66; DU648l0. 

IDENT-I-TAPE, by Donald E. Burden. 
1 V. © Donald E. Burden; llMar66; 
CI8398. 



L'IDIOT, adaptation sc^nique en 2 actes 
et 11 tableaux de Andr6 Barsacq. 
1 V. D'apr^s le roman de Dostoievski. 
© Andr6 Barsacq; 21Mar66; DU65382. 



L'IDIOT; piece en trois parties de 
Gabriel Arout, pseud, de Gabriel 
Aroutcheff. 220 1. D'apres le 
Roman de Dostoievski. © Gabriel 
Arout; l8Apr66; DU65928. 

IDYLLS OF THE KING, by Alfred, Lord 
Tennyson & THE KING'S HENCHMAN, by 
Edna St. Vincent Millay; edited by 
Edith M. Ward ?c Edward G. Bernard. 
New York, Noble & Noble Publishers, 
341 p. (Noble's Comparative Classics) 
Appl. author: Noble & Noble, Publishers, 
Inc., employer for hire. NM: edito- 
rial compilation & revision. 
© Noble & Noble Publishers, Inc.; 
23Sep65; A805886. 

IF IT FITS, YOUR WELCOME; play in two 
acts by Ann Bowers (Anna Joan Bowers) 
1 v. © Anna Joan Bowers; 23Feb66; 
DU65106. 



IF THIS BE TREASON, a play in two acts 
by Francis Biddle. l4l 1. © Francis 
Biddle; 15Apr66; DU65554 . 

THE IGNORANT INVALID, by Victor Clement. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Victor 
Clement; IMar66; DU65167. 

I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS, by Robert 
Anderson. 24 1 . A play. © Robert W. 
Anderson; l6Mar66; DU65313. 



I'LL CALL AGAIN, a one act play by 
Harold Swiss. 25 1. © Harold Swiss; 
7Jan66; DU64800. 

I'M GETTING USED TO SUBUFtBIA, an 

original story written & adapted by 
R. E. Schneider. 3I 1. © R. E. 
Schneider; 9Jun56; DU65979 • 

I'M HERBERT, by Robert Anderson. 12 1. 
A play. © Robert W. Anderson; 
l6Mar66; DU65312. 

I'M REALLY HERE, by Jean Claude Van 
Itallie. 11 1. A play. © Jean 
Claude Van Itallie; 12Apr66; DU65540. 

IM SCHACHSPIEL UM EUROPA; Schauspiel in 
drei Akten von E. Webers. Wien, 
Osterreichische Verlagsanstalt . 
68 p . © Oesterreichische Verlagsan- 
stalt, G.M.B.H.; 20May65; ArO-47966. 

THE IMAGE OF FORREST, by T. J. Siegwald 
& John M. Chamberlin IV. 1 act. 
(In The Motley, Fred F. Feagin, 
editor in chief. Spring Hill 
College Press. Spring 1966, p.5-13) 
© John M. Chamberlin IV & T. J. 
Siegwald; lMay66; DP6066. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE IMMACULATE MISCONCEPTION, by 
W. Randolph Galvin, Jr. 32 1 . A 
play in 3 acts. © W. Randolph Galvin, 
Jr.; l4Mar66; DU65273. 

IMMORTAL JOURNEY. See 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 



IMP OF THE PERVERSE, by John Lee Welton. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © John Lee 
Welton; 8Apr66; DU65523. 



THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING, a one-act 
play In a wllde vein by Thomas 
Ohlson. 39 1. © Thomas Ohlson; 
2tMar66; DU65379. 



IMPRESSIONS, by Bill Thompson (William 
C. Thompson) 9 1. A play. 
© William C. Thompson; l4Apr66; 
DU65442. 



IN A FUNNY HOW TOWN, by Robert E. 

Moffet, Jr. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Robert E. Moffet, Jr.; 15Mar66; 
DU65293. 



IN A MIRROR DIMLY, a religious drama 
by F. T. Dankert. 1 v. © Frederick 
T. Dankert; 31May66; DU65955 . 

IN CALICO, by Beverly Brown. 1 v. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2Jun34, D29435. NM: additions. 
© Beverly Brown; 20Jan66; DU64935. 

IN OLD OHIO, DOWN ON THE FARM, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Harry Tavener. 30 1. 
© Harry Tavener; 14Mar66; DU65283. 



IN THE BEGINNING: A MACHINE, a grotesque 
protest in one act by Gerl Turner 
Davis. 17 1. © Geri Turner Davis; 
28Mar66; DU65479. 

IN THE LIFE OP GRACE ANNA LEE, an 

original story written & adapted for 
television by Grace A. McCleilan. 
33 1. © Grace A. McCleilan; llMar66; 
DU65246. 



IN THE SIGN OF ARIES, a play in three 
acts by Anne Paolucci. 149 1. 
© Anne Paolucci; 21Mar66; DU65339. 

INCIDENT AT AN ITALIAN FARMHOUSE, by 
James L. Wai-.son. I6 1. A play in 
1 act. © Jamir-a L. Watson; 2'4Jan66; 
DU64824. 



INCIDENT IN CYPRUS; original story i<: 
screenplay by Guy Edward Thomajan. 
127 1. © Guy Edward Thomajan; 
4Apr66; DU6548O. 

INDIAN PILE, by Shaul Gladstone. 
50 1. A play in 3 acts. © Shaul 
Gladstone; lApr66; DU65511. 



INEVITABLE NIGHT; one-act tragedy by 
Grace C. Huges. 3I 1. © Grace C. 
Hughes; l4Mar66; DU65349. 



INFATUATION, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Mae T. 
Thornton. 32 1 . © Mae T. Thornton; 
21Apr66; DU65627. 



INGOT SOUNDNESS IN FORGING QUALITY 
STEEL; prepared for Republic Steel 
by Wilding. Writer: George Elrick. 
25 1. Narration script. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 29Mar66; CI8437. 

INHERIT THE WIND; excerpts from the 
teleplay. Adapted for TV by Robert 
Hartung, from the original by Jerome 
Lawrence & Robert E. Lee. (In 
Scholastic teacher. Practical English 
ed., Nov. 4, 1965, p. 8, etc.) 
© Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee; 
4mov65; DP6071. 

THE INNOCENT ONE, a drama of suspense 
in three acts by James Reach; based 
on his novel of the same name. New 
York, S. French. 92 p. Appl. author: 
Samuel French, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Samuel French, Inc.; 60ct65; 
DP5946. 

INNOVATIONS FOR THE EDUCATIONAL MISSION 
OF THE CHURCH, by C. Ellis Nelson. 
14 p. Address. © C. Ellis Nelson; 
5Jan66; CI8217. 



INSCRIPTION FOR A BLANK PAGE. 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 



See 



INSEPARABLE COMPANION, a play in three 
acts by Milton Hood Ward. 1 v. 
© Milton Hood Ward; 31May66; 
DU65832. 

THE INSPECTOR GENERAL, by Nikolay 

Gogol; translation by Thomas J. Butler. 
1 V. A play In 5 acts. © Thomas J. 
Butler; 8Apr66; DU65295 . 



INSPIRATION TIME, by Charles Bruce 

Knox. 1 V. Script, live or recorded. 
© Charles Bruce Knox; l8Apr66; 
C18473. 

INSTANT FUN, a dozen short comedy skits 
by Anne Coulter Martens, Karen Peath- 
erman & others. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 98 p. ©Walter H. Baker Co.; 
15Apr66; DP6058. 



INSTITUTIONALIZED RELIGION, by Yves 
Congar. 23 1. © John XXIII Insti- 
tute, St. Xavier College; 27Apr66; 
CI8558. 



INSTRUMENT FLIGHT CHARTSj INSTRUMENT 
GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION A-C, NARRA- 
TION, by Paul E. Sanderson. Rev. 
3 V. Scripts of disc recorded 
narrations to be reproduced as edu- 
cational lectures. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 1962, C15481, C15483 & 
CI5482. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Sanderson Films, Inc.; 6Apr66; 
CI8592-I8590. 

INSTRUMENT GROUND SCHOOL. See 
IFR REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES; 

INSTRUMENT GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION 
A-C, NARRATION. 

INTERDIT AUX MESSIEURS; com^die en 2 
actes & 7 tableaux de Jean Valmy, 
pseud, de Jean Roland & Andr^ 
Haguet. 53 1. © Jean Valmy & Andr^ 
Haguet; 20Apr66; DU65597. 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE 
THEOLOGICAL ISSUES OF VATICAN II. 
See 

THE CHALLENGE OF THE WORLD TODAY 
AFTER THE COUNCIL. 



INTERVIEW: MR. P. 0. KOONTZ, CHAIRMAN 
OF THE BOARD; motion picture inter- 
view for Quaker State Oil Refining 
Corp. by Wilding. Writer: Don B. 
Durian. Final draft Dec. 6, I965 . 
28 1. Production script. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 12May66; C18487. 

AN INTERVIEW WITH FAMOUS PEOPLE OP OUR 
TIME, by Martin M. Rossinow. 1 v. 
© Martin M. Rossinow; 3Mar66; CI8399. 

INTERVIEW WITH LEONARD PATTERSON. See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: INTER- 
VIEW WITH LEONARD PATTERSON. 

INTERVIEWING NEW LOAN CUSTOMERS, by 
Pacific Finance Corp. 49 1. Re- 
cording script. © Pacific Finance 
Corp.; 29Mar66; C18441. 

INTERVIEWING PRESENT CUSTOMERS, by 
Pacific Finance Corp. 19 1. Re- 
cording script. © Pacific Finance 
Corp.; 29Mar66; C18442. 

INTRODUCTION TO ELEMENTARY SCIENCE 
AND ELEMENTARY STATISTICS. See 
LECTURE NOTES ON AN INTRODUCTION TO 

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE AND ELEMENTARY 

STATISTICS. 



AN INTRODUCTION TO ORDER OF MOTION IN 
THE UNIVERSE, by Willem L. de Jong. 
63 1. © Willem L. de Jong; 15Mar66; 
C18410. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO PROCESS CONTROL, a 
series of lectures by J. W. Morris. 
1 v. © J. W. Morris; 23Dec65; 
018210. 

THE INVENTOR, a film script by Estelle 
H. Ries. 70 1. © Estelle H. Rles; 
31May66; DU65924 . 



THE INVESTIGATION, by Peter Weiss. 
English version by Jon Swan & 
Ulu Grosbard. 1 v. A play. 
© Ulu I. Grosbard & Jon Swan; 
21Apr66; DU6567O. 



THE INVESTIGATION, by Peter Weiss. 
English version by Jon Swan & Ulu 
Grosbard. 199 1. A play. © Ulu I. 
Grosbard & Jon Swan; 25Apr66; 
DU65737. 



THE IRON CROSS, by Elmer Rice. Dixon, 
Calif., Proscenium Press. 48 p. 
(The Lost play series, no.l. General 
editor: Robert Hogan) A play in 4 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 1943, 
D41971. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Elmer Rice; 15Dec65; DP5992. 



THE IRREGULAR VERB TO LOVE, a comedy 
in three acts by Hugh & Margaret 
Williams. London, Evans Bros. 88 p. 
(Evans plays) © Hugh & Margaret 
Williams; 15Mar62; DF1848. 

IS PRAYER OBSOLETE? A Christian Science 
lecture by Lenore D. Hanks. 31 1. 
(no. 4) © Lenore D. Hanks; l6Jun66j 
CI8622. 

ISAIAH OF JERUSALEM. See 

THE VINDICATION OF GOD AS ATTEMPTED 
BY ISAIAH OF JERUSALEM AND 
APPROPRIATELY SCORNED BY A MODERN 
AUDIENCE. 



THE INFINITE, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
Zett Marek. 31 1. © Zett Marek; 
25Apr66; DU65647. 



INTERPLANET TRAVEL; original story 
written & adapted- for television 
by Joseph H. Long. 31 1 . © Joseph 
H. Long; 25Apr66; DU65646. 



THE ISLAND WALL, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Jane Mc Cully. 31 1. © Jane MoCully; 
lFeb66; DU64891. 



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ISTANBOUL, by Roohelle Owens, pseud, of 
Roohelle Econoraou. J*)- 1. A play In 
5 scenes. © Roohelle Owens; 24Peb66; 

ISVARA; or, A tale of two bawds. A 
musical play by Laurence Fltzhugh 
(Donald L. Fltzhugh) >c Bryan Ryman. 
99 1. 2 acts. Book He lyrics only. 
Based on an old Hindu folktale. 
© Laurence Fltzhugh /ic Bryan Ryman; 
22Apr66; DU6547H. 

IT COULDN'T HAPPEN TO A NICER GUY. 
MISSOURI MULE. 

IT MAKES SEANCE, a musical comedy; 
plot by Timothy Anderson & Steve 
Willnerd (Stephen John Willnerd); 
music, lyrics, script by Richard E. 
Oehring. 1 v. 3 acts. © Richard E. 
Oehring, Timothy Anderson & Steve 
Willnerd; 21Mar66; DU65385. 



THE ITALIAN BED. (La cama Italiana) 
Originales, adaptaclon, dialoges & 
shooting script by Eduardo Davidson, 
pseud, of Claudio Eddy Cuza. 65 1. 
A screenplay. Asunto basado entre 
cuentos cortes La amante. Bachelor 
party & El parti do y la religion. 
Text in Spanish. © Eduardo Davidson; 
13May66; DU 65707 . 

IT'S A LONG HARD ROAD; drama in 3 acts 
and 7 scenes by A. Macy Bush. 112 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 26Apr57, 
0U44648. NM: additions & revision. 
© A. M. Bush; lJun66; DU6588O. 



IT'S A MATTER OF LAW, by Donald 

Edward O'Brien. 1 v. (Series no.2) 
Television script. © Hennepin 
County Bar Assn. & Donald Edward 
O'Brien; 25Apr66; CI8529. 



IT'S ABOUT TIME; book by Tony Gaye, 
pseud, of Anthony Zungolo & Jay 
Chernis, music & lyrics by Jay Chernis. 
1 V. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
KM: additions & revisions. © Jay 
Chernis & Anthony Zungolo; 17Jan66; 
DU64848. 

IT'S IMPERATIVE IN THE NEW TESTAMENT, 
by Joseph Malcolm Prince. 1 v. 
© J. Malcolm Prince; 4Peb66; CI8332. 



IT'S YOUR TURN NOW, by Howard E. 
Pflanzer. 22 1. A play in 1 act. 
© Howard E. Pflanzer; l8Apr66; 
DU65566. 



THE IVY LEAGUE, a play in one act by 
John R. Famiglietti. 1 v. 
© John R. Famiglietti; 29Apr66; 
DU65 682 . 



IZNIK: THE LOST CITY. A television 
play by Mlmi Jones (Mary Alice Jones) 
23 1. © Mimi Jones; 21Apr66; DU656lt , 

IZZIE, a comedy in one act by William 
Austin. 45 1. © William Austin; 
23Mar66; DU65444. 



J 



JACOB AND ESAU, a motion picture scenar- 
io based on the Bible by Paula 
Procel (Paula Procel Llnd) I17 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3iDec64, 
DU61995. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Paula Procel; 17Jan56; DU64779. 



JACOBOWSKY UND DER OBERST, von Franz 
Werfel. Opernfassung in 4 Akten, 6 
Szenen & Musik von Giselher Klebe, 
op. 49. Berlin, Bote & Bock. 3OO p. 
Klavierauszug vom Komponisten. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Bote & 
Bock; 30Aug65; DFI834 . 

JACK VERNON NO.165, by David Smulow. 
31. © David Smulow; 10Peb66j 
CI8379. 



JAMES BONE'S HARDEST CASE, a screen- 
play by Rol Prumkes (Roy Frumkes) 
1 V. © Roy Prumkes; 4Apr66; DU65517. 



JANE AND THE COBRA, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Edith Jane Grace. 30 1. © Edith 
Jane Grace; l4Mar66; DU6528O. 



JANITOR ON A BEACH, a one act play by 
Paul Robert Rowe (Paul George Rowe) 
21 1. © Paul George Rowe & Janice C. 
Rowe; 17May66; DU65812. 

JEANNE 44;. Oder, Die Niederlage und der 
Sieg der Jungfrau von Orleans am 
6. Juni 1944. Schauspiel in drei 
Akten von Johann A. Boeck. [Vienna] 
Universal Edition. I57 p. © Univer- 
sal Edition, A.G.; 250ct65; DFO-1422. 

JINGLES, by Tatham-Laird & Kudner. 
1 V. 5 55-sec. radio commercials. 
© Duncan Foods Co., a division of 
the Coca Cola Co.; 8jul66; CI8633. 



JO- JO, by Pincus W. Tell. 134 1. 
A play. © Pincus W. Tell; llApr66; 
DU65555 . 



JOB ADMINISTRATION, PLANNING, ORGANIZING, 
LEADING AND CONTROLLING, by William 
Exton, Jr. 39 1. Leaders' guide. 
© William Exton, Jr.; 3Peb66; C18354. 



JOB'S OTHER WIFE, a comedy in one act 
by Myles Jackson. 6I 1. © Allen 
Myles Jackson; 5May66; DU65733. 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: FEDERAL 
AND STATE GOVERNMENT. Commentator: 
John G. Schmitz. 7 1. Recording 
script. © John Birch Society; 
25May66; CI8579. 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: INTER- 
VIEW WITH LEONARD PATTERSON. 
Commentator: John H. Rousselot. 7 1. 
Recording script. © John Birch 
Society; 25May66; CI8573. 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: JOHN H. 
ROUSSELOT INTERVIEWING LEONARD 
PATTERSON. 6 1. Recording script. 
© John Birch Society; 20Apr66; 
CI8475. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: KATANGA 
A CASE HISTORY. Commentator: 
G. Edward Griffin. 6 1. Recording 
script. © John Birch Society; 
25May66; CI8577. 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: RHODESIA. 
Commentator: Thomas J. Anderson. 
6 1. Recording script. © John Birch 
Society; 25May66; CI 85 74 . 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: SOUTH 
AFRICA. Commentator; Thomas J. 
Anderson. 6 1. Recording script. 
© John Birch Society; 25May56; 
CI8576. 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE ADL 
AND JEWISH SOCIETY OF AMERICANISTS. 
Commentator: Samuel L. Blumenfeld. 
5 1. Recording script. © John 
Birch Society; 25May66; CIB575 • 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE JOHN 
BIRCH SOCIETY. 6 1. Recording 
script. © John Birch Society; 
25May66; CI8578. 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY. Commentator: 
Robert Welch. 7 1. Recording 
script. © John Birch Society; 
20Apr66; C18477 . 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
PANAMA CANAL. Commentator: Reed A. 
Benson. 7 1. Recording script. 
© John Birch Society; 20Apr66; 
C18476. 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
UNITED NATIONS. Commentator: G. Ed- 
ward Griffin. 6 1. Recording 
script. © John Birch Society; 
20 Apr 66; C18478. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: WHY I AM 
A MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF THE JOHN 
BIRCH SOCIETY. Commentator: Robert 
D. Love. 6 1. Recording script. 
© John Birch Society; 25May66; 
CI858O. 

THE JOHN WOODMAN HIGGINS ARMOR MUSEUM; 
screenplay written by Thomas Joseph 
Quirk. 15 1. © Thomas Joseph Quirk; 
23Feb66; DU64931. 

JOHNNY RANSOM, a musical in two acts; 
book, music & lyrics by Mylo Quam. 
1 V. Adapted from the Journal of 
Ji.hn L. Ransom. Book & lyrics only. 
© Mylo Quam & Sheldon Baron; 7Jun66; 
DU65887 . 



THE JOLLY MISER; or. On the day Glenn 
went into orbit. A comedy-drama in 
two acts by Albert Beln. 1 v. 
© Albert Beln; 21Jun66; DU66IOO. 



JONAH, a play by T. J. Spencer. 1 v. 
2 acts. © T. J. Spencer; 4Apr66; 
DU654BI. 

JONAH. See 

THE YOUNG DISCIPLE, FAUSTINA, JONAH: 
THREE PLAYS. 

JOSEPHINE, THE HOMEWORK MACHINE, a 
science fiction fantasy with music 
for children, ages 6-l4 . Book & 
lyrics by Ellen Kessner, pseud, of 
Zelda Kessner; music by Larry Feldman 
(Lawrence L. Feldman) 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Zelda Kessner & Lawrence L. Feldman; 
l4jun66; DU66045 . 

JUANA OF THE AMERICAS, by Estela 
Bringuer. 219 !• A screenplay. 
© Estela Bringuer; l8Mar66; DU65322. 

THE JUDAS TREE, a musical drama of Judas 
Iscariot. Poetry & prose by Thomas 
Blackburn; music by Peter Dickinson. 
London, Novello. 28 p. 3 parts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Novello & Co., 
Ltd.; lSep65; DFO-1434. 



THE JUDGMENT DAY, by Juanlta Talley. 

18 1.- A play in 3 scenes. © Juanlta J^ 
Talley; 24jan66; DU64818. 

JULIE! OH, JULIE, by Kenneth Jones. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Kenneth 
W. Jones; 20Apr66; DU65455. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



JULIETTE OU LA CLE DES SONGES. See 
THREE MODERN FRENCH PLAYS OF THE 
IMAGINATION. 



JULIUS CAESAR, by Shakespeare & ELIZA- 
BETH THE QUEEN, by Maxwell Anderson; 
edited by Helen E. Harding. New 
York, Noble & Noble Publishers. 338 p. 
(Noble's Comparative Classics) Appl . 
author: Noble & Noble, Publishers, 
Inc., employer for hire. NM: edltoriad 
compilation & revision. © Noble & 
Noble Publishers, Inc.; lOSepSj; 
A8O5888. 

JUNE DAY IN TILLAMOOK VALLEY, an un- 
sophisticated comedy in three acts 
by Richard Dunstan Smith. 96 1. 
© Richard Dunstan Smith; l8Mar66; 
DU65393. 



JUST A SLIGHT SEXUAL PROBLEM, a comedy 
drama in three acts by Ruth Gilbert. 
1 V. NM: revisions & additions, 
t Ruth Gilbert; 28Apr66; DU65678. 



JUST ANOTHER DAY, a comedy by Arthur 
Lovegrove. London, S. French. 
15 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 30Dec65; 
DFO-l^fSS. 



JUST ON TIME, a play in 3 acts by 
Thomas A. Fleming & Hugh Stewart 
Dinsmore. New York, Carlton Press. 
63 p. (A Geneva book) © Thomas A. 
Fleming & Hugh Stewart Dinsmore; 
21Mar66; A83605I. 



/USTICE BY PROXY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Emma Doland. 32 1 . © Emma Doland; 
9Jun66; DU65982. 



K 



KADDISH OF LEVI YITZHOK. 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 



See 



KAMMERSANGER. See 

EIN ABEND IN DEN MUNCHNER 
KAMMERSPIELEN . 



KAROLEE PARRADAY. 
THE DINNER. 



See 



KATANGA - A CASE HISTORY. See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
KATANGA - A CASE HISTORY. 



KEEP YOUR COOL, a comedy by Lenore 
Woolf. 1 V. A screenplay. 
© Lenore Woolf; 23Mar66; DP6062. 



KENNEN SIE BEETHOVEN? Ein Stuck in 
zwei Akten von Georg Siegert. 
96 1. © Georg Siegert; 3May66; 
DU6572I. 

KETCHUM JUSTICE, a musical comedy by 
Melvln F. Schubert. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Based on the one-act play Ketohum 
Justice by the same author. flppl. 
states prev. reg. Spring 195'* • NM: 
additions. © Melvin Schubert; 
29Jun66; DU66l4t. 

KEY TO THE flYSTERY OF CREATION. See 
LA LLAA/E QUE REVELA EL MISTERIO DE 
LA CREACION. 



KIDS' GAMES, a one act play by Allan 
Bates. 29 p. © Allan C. Bates; 
28Jun65; DP5968. 



THE KILLING SEASON, a three act play 
by Rod Serling. 1 v. © Rod Serllng; 
lApr66; DU65463. 



-CINDERGARTEN, by Rhoda Rachel Nathans. 
84 1. A play in 2 acts. © Rhoda 
Rachel Nathans; l8Jan66; DU6544l. 

THE KING OF KINGS & I; or. My son, the 
Messiah. A divine comedy iq seven 
scenes, a prologue & an epilogue. 
Libretto by William F. Orr & Gary L. 
Bornzin; lyrics by William F. Orr & 
Steve Alfin. 24 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © William F. Orr, Gary L. 
Bornzin & Steve Alfln; 2Jun66; 
DP6O79. 

KING UGLY; book by Aram Schefrin, music 
by Michael Zager. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. Book only. © Aram Robert 
Schefrin; l4Mar66; DU650B8. 

KING'S HENCHMAN. See 
IDYLLS OF THE KING, 

KITCHEN, a one act play by Ronald Tavel. 
18 1. A screenplay in 2 reels. 
© Ronald Ta'el;' l4Dec65; DU64825. 

THE KITEFLEST, by Richard M. Keith; 
the pilot script for Frankly, Ben, 
a half hour comedy for television. 
26 1. © Richard M. Keith; 24Jan66; 
DU64840. 

KITH AND KIN, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Elda 
Halsema. 30 1. © Elda Halsema; 
lFeb66; DU64893. 

DER KONIG HAT'S GESAGT, von Leo Dellbes. 
Komische Oper in drei Akten nach 
Motiven Edmond Gondinets von Karlheinz 
Gutheim. [Vienna] Universal Edition. 
397 p. (Universal Edition, 13950 Z) 
Klavierauszug. NM: additions & re- 
visions. ©Universal Edition, A.G.; 
100ct65; DFO-1445. 



KOOKS TOUR OF NEW YORK; script for 
phonograph recording by Leonard 
Sragow. 81. © Leonard Sragow; 
2Feb66; CI8345. 

KRAKATOA, by Bernard Gordon. 2d draft: 
Feb. 14, 1966. 193 1. A screenplay. 
© Security Pictures, Inc.; 13Jun66; 
DU66034. 

KUKA ON VELJESI VARTIJA? (Who is your 
brother's keeper?) Kristillisen 
Tieteen luento luennoitsija Neil H. 
Bowles. 27 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. G17618. NM: translation. 
© Neil H. Bowles; 17Feb66; Cl8457 . 

KWAT, a play In three acts by Paul P. 
Mitnick. 1 v. © Paul P. Mitnick; 
lApr66; DU65465. 



LADY BLACK AND WHITE; original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Hattie Gay Curlee. 36 1. © Hattie 
Gay Curlee; BMar66; DU65207 . 

LADY LAURA FRITCHETT, AMERICAN, a play 
by John White (John S. White, Jr.) 
1 V. 3 acts. © John White; 4Apr66; 
DU65259. 



THE LADY O'CONNOR; fanciful tale of the 
Aran Islands in three acts by Selsus 
Albritton. 1 v. 3 acts. Written 
in imitation of John M. Synge. 
© Selsus E. Albritton; 24jan66; 
DU64 95 1 . 



LADY OP GODEY, a musical comedy in 
3 acts by Iris Victoria Thayer (Iris 
Virginia Thayer) 1 v. Book & 
lyrics only. © Iris Victoria 
Thayer; 29Jtin66; DU65999. 



LADY WITH A PINK, a film by Milton 

Ginsberg, written by Milton Ginsberg & 
Donald Horwitz. 16 1. © Milton 
Ginsberg; 12May66; DU6577I. 

THE LAITY, by Yves Congar. 1 v. 

(The Theological issues of Vatican II) 
An address. © University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; C18498. 

THE LAMB OF GOD, an Easter play by 
Rebecca Still Kerbv. Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. 16 p. 
3 acts. ©Rodeheaver Co.; 28Feb66; 
DP5993. 

LAMENT OP MARY. See 
PLANCTUS MARIAE. 



LANCASTER, a drama in four acts by 
Bryan Yocum. 48 1. © Bryan Yocum; 
23Feb66; DU65182. 

THE LAST AMERICAN, by Peter DiLeo. 
1st ed. North Bergen, N. J., DlLeo 
Play Properties. 75 P- 3 acts. 
© Peter DiLeo; 4May66; a840830. 



THE LAST BALLOON, by R. Bruce Bowers. 
91. A play. © R. Bruce Bowers; 
7Jun66; DU6597I. 



THE LAST BANDIT, a melodrama in three 
acts by Jim Damico (James Damico) 
& Helen Damico. 1 v. © Jim Damico 
& Helen Damico; 4Mar66; DU6518O. 



THE LAST JEWEL, an Easter play for 
television adapted by Yasmin Betar, 
pseud, of Jessie J. Powell. 1 v. 
2 acts. From The story of the fourth 
Wiseman, by Henry Van Dyke. © Yasmin 
Betar; 4Apr66; DU65258. 



THE LAST OF THE BIG TIME SPENDERS, by 
William Lang. 93 1 • A play in 4 
scenes. © William P. Lang II; 
10Mar66; DU6535O. 

THE LAST OF THE PAPIER-MACHE CUPIDS, 
a comedy in one act by Cleve Haubold. 
New York, S. French. 32 p . © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 60ct65; DP5952. 

LAST WEEK I WAS NINETY-FIVE, an evening 
at the Life Players Theatre with two 
ten-minute coffee breaks, by Paul T. 
Nolan. 66 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Paul T. Nolan; 6Jan66; DU64737. 



THE LATE MARTY WASHINGTON WHO MIGHT 
AS WELL BE DEAD, an original musical 
comedy, book & lyrics by John W. 
Harding, music by Bruce Polay. 
1 V. 2 acts. © John W. Harding & 
Bruce Polay; 29Apr66; DU65750. 

THE LAUGHTER NEXT DOOR, by Herman 

Raucher. 1st draft. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Herman Raucher; 27Jun66; 
DU66134. 



LEAVE IT TO THE TREE. 
THE UNICORN HORN. 



See 



LECTURE NOTES ON AN INTRODUCTION TO 
ELEMENTARY SCIENCE AND ELEMENTARY 
STATISTICS, by Winston Slmms. 
101 1. © Winston Simms; 25Feb66; 
CI8382. 



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1966 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



27 



LECTURE ON ORIGINAL TYPE OF NEW THEATER 
CONSTRUCTION, ty James Stockham. 
Sheet. © James Stockham; 2Feb66; 
C18529. 

LECTURE ON VERNA CANTO, by Clifford A. 
Bennett; prepared & edited by the 
staff of the Gregorian Institute of 
America. 4 1. (Sacred music series) 
© Gregorian Institute of America, Inc. 
13Dec65; CI8333. 

LEE, a play in three acts bv James 
Costin (Jimmy Dean CostinJ I36 1. 
© Jimmy Dean Costin; 24Mar66; 
DU65435. 

LEE-PC S PAPER DRAGON, a Chinese 
fantasy in six scenes by Robert F. 
Gray. 4? 1. © Robert F. Gray; 
20Apr66; DU65599. 

LEGACY TO THE WORLD, a radio play by 
Demaris Smith. 17 1. © Demaris C. 
Smith; 27Jan66; DU64846. 

LEGATE. See 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 



THE LEGEND OF ST. NIKOLAUS, by Candioe 
Taylor, music by Arnold Goland. 
1 V. A musical play. © Candice 
Taylor; lPeb66; DU64823. 



THE LEGEND OF STACKER LEE; book & 
lyrics by Paul E. Harris, music by 
Frank Fields. 1 v. A musical play 
in 2 scenes. © Paul E. Harris & 
Frank Gaskln Fields; 7Feb66; DU65004 . 

THE LEMON LOLLIPOP AFFAIR; written by 
Opal Greene, pseud, of Catherine 
Tanney & Millecent Stephans, pseud, of 
Elaine Stephans. 81. A play in 4 
parts. © Elaine Stephans & Catherine 
Tanney; 19Jan66; DU64 852. 

LET'S BE DEVILS, by Nevil Malin; introd. 
by Simon Phipps. London, S. French. 
22 p. 7 episodes. (French's acting 
edition) © Nevil Malin; 10Aug65; 
DFI815. 

LET'S MAKE ROCK 'N ROLL, by -Clay 
Boland, Jr. 5 P- Script for a 
filmstrip. Includes music for 1 
song. © Clay Boland, Jr.; 20Apr66; 
DU65604. 



LET'S PLAY GAMES. 
PARTY GIRLS. 



See 



LETTER FROM A RICH UNCLE; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 13 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8303. 

LETTER FROM AN UNKNOWN SOLDIER, by 
H. J. Ellsworth. Sheet. © H. J. 
Ellsworth; l6Mar66; C18446. 



A LETTER OF LOVE, by Krystel Kann. 
Sheet. From A dream. © Krystel 
Kann; 5Nov65; CI8203. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OF BICKNELL 
YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, JTJNE 29, 
1926. 30 1. © Hilgard B. Young; 
17Feb66; CI8326. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OF BICKNELL 
YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, SATURDAY, 
JULY 2, 1927. 36 1. © Hilgard B. 
Young; 4Feb66; CI833I. 



LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OF BICKNELL 
YOUNG'S ST'JDENTS IN LONDON, JULY 7, 
1928. 39 1. © Hilgard B. Young; 
17Feb66; CI8323. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OF BICK- 
NELL YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, 
JULY 5, 1930, by Bicknell Young. 
1 V. © Hilgard B. Young; 12Jan66; 
C18224 . 

LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OF BICKNELL 
YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, JULY 1, 
1933. 31 1. © Hilgard B. Young; 
17Feb66; CI8325. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OF BICKNELL 
YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, JUNE 29, 
1935. 31 1. © Hilgard B. Young; 
17Feb66; C18324. 



LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 
HIS STUDENTS, I916, by Bicknell 
Young. 34 1. © Hilgard B. Young; 
19Apr66; C18472. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 
HIS STUDENTS IN CHICAGO, SEPT. 14 , 
1912, by Bicknell Young. 30 1. 
© Hilgard B. Young; 2May66; CI853O. 



LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 
HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, SEPTEMBER 20, 
1913j by Bicknell Yo\mg. 23 1. 
© Hilgard B. Young; 20Apr66; 
C18481. 



LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF HIS 
STUDENTS IN LONDON, I919, by Bicknell 
Young. 34 1. © Hilgard B. Young; 
5Apr66; CI845O. 



LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF HIS 
STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1920, by Bicknell 
Young. 23 1. © Hilgard B. Young; 
15Apr66; C18467. 



LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF HIS 
STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1921, by Bicknell 
Young. 27 1. © Hilgard B. Young; 
l6May66; C18544 . 



LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 
HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1922, by 
Bicknell Young. 26 1. © Hilgard B. 
Young; llMay66; Cl854l. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 
HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1923, by 
Bicknell Young. 34 1 . © Hilgard B. 
Young; 30Mar66; C18443. 



LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 
HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1924, by 
Bicknell Young. 32 1. © Hilgard B. 
Yovmg; 3May66; C18534. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 
HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, SATURDAY, 
JULY 6, 1929, by Bicknell Young. 
46 1. © Hilgard B. Young; IbMarbb; 
Cl84l4. 

THE LETTERS, a play in one act by Don- 
ald Elser. 21 1. © Donald Elser; 
24Mar66; DU65378. 

LETTERS FROM MY MILL. See 

THE POPE'S MULE AND OTHER TALKING 
ANIMALS . 

LIBRARY SYSTEMS PLANNING I. See 

COURSE 308, LIBRARY SYSTEMS PLANNING 
I, ROUGH DRAFT NOTES, PARTS I- IV. 



THE LIFE OF HENRY V, by William 

Shakespeare; edited by John Russell 
Brown. New York, New American Library. 
240 p. 5 acts. (The Signet Classic 
Shakespeare, CD327) NM: introd. & 
notes. © John Russell Brown; 
30Dec65; A818OI3. 

LIFE WITHOUT END, a play with music. 
Book & lyrics by Crane Wilbur, music 
by Basil Adlam. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Crane Wilbur; 
l8May66; DU658I6. 

LIFE'S TOO SHORT; sermonette by J. L. 
Cotton & Tommie Cotton, Jr. Sheet. 
©Lion Pub. Co., Inc.; 21Feb66; 
CI8388. 



THE LIGHT OF PEACE, an Easter play by 
Harriette Swope Jeanes. Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. 16 p. 
4 scenes. © Rodeheaver Co.; l8Fet66; 
DP6004 . 



THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD, by John Martin. 
119 1. A play in 3 acts. © John 
Martin; 8Mar66; DU652II. 



LIKE A DRIBBLING FRAM; words & music by 
G. Todd, pseud, of Garry Todd Ferrier. 
2 sheets. © BMI Canada, Ltd.; lFeb66; 
CI8239. 



LIMEADE FOR THE MIKADO, a play in three 
acts by Katharine A. Lee. 38 1- 
© Katherine A. Lee; 28Feb66; DU64984. 

LINCOLN AT SPRINGFIELD: JANUARY I859, 
a three-act historical drama by 
Louis E. Catron. IO3 1. © Louis E. 
Catron; l4Mar66; DU65354 . 



THE LINCOLN HERITAGE AND LONG RUN, by 
Guy C. Shearer. 9 1- An address. 
© Guy C. Shearer; l4Feb66; CI8347. 



THE LINE OF LEAST EXISTENCE, by Rosalyn 
Drexler. 1 v. A musical play in 2 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Rosalyn 
Drexler; llFeb66; DU65097. 



THE LION IS DYIN', a musical fable by 
Sidney Lippman . 14 p . © Sidney 
Shalit Lippman; 4Mar66; DU65179. 



THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE, 
a play by Doris Vidaver (Doris Vidaver 
Cohen) 60 1. 3 acts. Adapted from 
the book by C. S. Lewis. © Doris 
Vidaver Cohen; lMar66; DU64989. 

THE LISBON AFFAIR, an original dramatic 
script by Mark Balfour. ** !• 
© Mark Balfour; 7Mar66; Cl8408. 



LISTEN TO DAD, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Felix Bruyninckx. 30 1. 
© Felix Bruyninckx; 25Apr66; 
DU65645. 

LISTEN WHILE I TELL YOU, a scenario by 
Dorothy Dow Wallace. 54 1. A screen- 
play. © Dorothy Dow Wallace; 7Feb66; 
DU65138. 

LITANY FOR A LONER, a chancel drama by 
Louise Morgan, pseud, of Louise 
Stiernberg. 20 1. © Louise Morgan; 
23May66; DU65937. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan. -June 



LITTLE BLACK DANIEL ^ by Rhoda Hart. 
2 sheets. © Rhoda Hart; 20Jan66; 
CI835I. 



A LITTLE BOY'S XMAS PRAYER, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Viola E. Morgan. 31 1. © Viola E. 
Morgan; lFeb66; DU6it906. 

LITTLE BROTHER TAKE MY HAND, by Richard 
Everett Upton. 258 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Richard Everett Upton; 
l4Feb66; DU6505O. 

LITTLE CLAY CART. See 

PLAYS OF THE YEAR, VOLUME 29. 



LITTLE DODO; written by Sticks Evans. 
72 1. A play in 2 acts. © Sticks 
Evans; 6jul66; DU66016. 

A LITTLE GIRL AND A BEAUTIFUL LADY, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Julia E. Maclay. 30 1. 
© Julia E. Maclay; lFeb66; DU64867. 

LITTLE MAN. See 

TWO SEVENS MAKE THE DEVIL, 



LITTLE MAN, BIG LOVE; a drama in three 
acts by Ralph Bushnell Potts. 112 1. 
© Ralph Bushnell Potts; 25Feb66; 
DU65156. 

LITTLE MARY'S LITTLE LAMBS, a musical 
play in two acts: book by Attillo 
Mineo (Art Mineo), music & lyrics by 
Attilio Mineo & Antoinette Mineo 
(Toni Mineo) 1 v. Book only. 
© Attilio Mineo; 25Feb66; DU6512O. 



THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL, by Hans Christian 
Andersen; musical version by Carol 
Green & Dennis Smith. 32 1. A mu- 
sical play in 2 acts. © Carol Green & 
Dennis E. Smith; 8Peb66; DU65071. 



LITTLE MOON, a children's play in the 
Chinese manner by Patricia Malango. 
New York, S. French. 73 p. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 6Dec65; DP595O. 



THE LITTLE NAPOLEONS, a f arce-at-large 
in no acts by Jay Hamburger. 12 1. 
© Jay Hamburger; l4Apr66; DU65551. 

LITTLE RATS. See 
LES PETITES RATS. 



LIVESTOCK WORTH THEIR SALT, ARE WORTH 
MORTON MINERALS; recording script for 
Morton Salt Co. by Jam Handy Organi- 
zation. 11 1. © Morton Salt Co., 
Agricultural Division; 26Jan66; 
CI 82 66. 



LIVING CHRISTMAS CARD, a seasonal 
presentation by Max J. Muller & 
Leo M. Opat. 1 v. © Max J. Muller i 
Leo M. Opat; 8jun66; CI855I. 

THE LIVING MOUNTAIN, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Lewis A. Lowe. 30 1 . © Lewis A. 
Lowe; lPeb66; DU64868. 

LIZZIE BORDEN, a family portrait in 
three acts, music by Jack Beeson, 
libretto by Kenward Elmslie. 
Boosey & Hawkes. 56 p. Based on 
a scenario by Richard Plant. 
Libretto. © Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 
2May66; DP6036. 

LA LLAVE QUE REVELA EL MISTERIO DE LA 
CREACION. (The key to the mystery 
of creation) Conferencia sobre la 
Ciencia Cristiana por Thomas A. 
McClain. 17 1. Appl . states prev. 
reg. CI6I77. NM: translation. 
© Thomas A. McClain; 17Feb66; CI83I5. 



THE LOCAL STIGMATIC, by Heathcote 
Williams. 22 1. A screenplay. 
© Heathcote Williams; 28Mar66; 
DU6541O. 

LOHENGRIN, by Richard Wagner. [Edited] 
by Harriet Nordholm; accompaniments 
by Frank Cookson. Evanston, 111., 
Summy-Birchard Co. 12 p. (Birohard 
opera series) 3 acts. Appl. author: 
Summy-Birchard Co. , employer for hire 
of Harriet Nordholm & Frank B. Cook- 
son. © Summy-Birchard Co.; l6Mar66; 
DP6OII. 

LONDON TALKING BLUES, by Jeremy 
Taylor. 2 sheets. Recording 
script. From the musical production 
Wait a minim. © Essex Music, Ltd.; 
17Mar66; CI8638. 



A LONELY CABIN IN THE MOUNTAINS; 

original story written & adapted for 
television by Rose A. Waters. 3I 1. 
© Rose A. Waters; 9Jun66; DU65996 . 

LONG CAST. See 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 



LOOKING BACK, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
Bruno Salerno. 31 1 . © Bruno Saler- 
no; 25Apr66; DU65642. 



LOOKING POR CORBY, a comedy farce by 
Irwin Shappin. 6'^ 1. © Irwin 
Shappln; l8Apr66; DU65567. 



LORD BYRON, a screenplay by Frank & 
Doris Hursley. 188 1. © Frank 
Hursley & Doris Hursley; 20Apr66; 
DU65612. 



LORD'S PRAYER. See 

THE ART OF LITURGICAL MOVEMENT; BOOK 
ONE: THE LORD'S PRAYER. 



LOST A MEMORY; original story written 
& adapted for television by Ivy 
Slessor. 30 1. © Ivy Slessor; 
l6May66; DU65806. 



:,0ST AND FOUND, an original musical 
by Mel Mendelow (Melvin Mendelow) 
146 1. Book & lyrics only. © Melvin 
Mendelow; 23Feb66; DU6503I. 

THE LOST DOVE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Ann 
Fisher. 30 1 . © Ann Fisher; lPeb66; 
DU64912. 

LOST GAIN, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Claudio 
Lopez. 31 1. © Claudio Lopez; 
l4Mar66; DU65285. 



LOVE AND OTHER GAMES, a musical for & 
about women, book by Ronald Alexander, 
music by Norman Sachs, lyrics by Mel 
Mandel. 1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Ronald Alexander; 2Jun66; 
DU66003. 

THE LOVE BUG, the medical musical 

comedy by George J. Peace, J. Douglas 

Arnold, Marion H. Christmas & M. E. 

Kaufman (Whitey Kaufman) 1 v. 

2 acts. © George J. Peace; 21Mar66; 

DU65327. 



LOVE BY APPOINTMENT, a comedy by 
Anthony Lesser, pseud, of Anthony 
Whitby. London, S. French. 73 p. 
(French's acting edition) 2 acts. 
© Anthony Whitby; 24Feb66; DFO-1459. 



LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD, a dramatic poem 
with songs; poem, lyrics & music by 
David Morton. 1 v. © David Morton; 
llJan66; DU65O7O. 



A LITTLE WORD OF LOVE, a play by Dana M. 
Tremayne, pseud, of Mark Dana Tremayne. 
1 V. 3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU61369. NM: revisions. © Mark Dana 
Tremayne; l8Jan66; DU64856. 



,IVE AND BREATHE, a comedy in two acts 
by H. D. Young. 1 v. Includes music 
for 1 song. © Harry Young; 21Jun66; 
DU66IO3. 



THE LIVE ONES, a comedy by John Tobias. 
68 1. 2 acts. © John Tobias; 
24Jan66; DU64839. 

THE LIVES OF SUCCESS; original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Nancy Bryan. 3I 1. © Nancy Bryan; 
20Jun66; DU6607O. 



LONG JOHN SILVER, a new musical. Book 
& lyrics by Robert England. 120 1. 
2 acts. Based on Treasure Island, 
by Robert Louis Stevenson. Book & 
lyrics only. © Robert England; 
2Mar66; DU65227. 



LONG TIME BETWEEN LOVES, a mysterious 
play with music by Adele Longmire 
(Adele Longmire Franz) 1 v. 2 acts. 
NM: revisions. ©Adele Longmire 
Franz; 22Jun66; DU66II3. 

THE LONGEST STRIDE, a collection of 
short plays by Margaret L. D. Hatch. 
Fulton's folly, and others. 1 v. 
© Margaret L. D. Hatch: 4Feb66: 
DU64964. 



LOOK TO THE LUXURY LEADER NINETY-EIGHTS; 
recording script for Oldsmobile Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 6 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8259. 



LOVE CONNECTICUT STYLE. 
THE BIG BRASS BED. 



See 



LOVE, DEATH AND MONEY, by Will Greene. 
1 v. 4 plays. Adaptations from 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. Contents: 
The devil in manuscript .--Feathertop . 
— David Swan. — Doctor Heidegger's 
experiment. © Will Greene; l4Mar66; 
DU65087. 



LOVE DOESN'T MAKE THE WORLD GO ROUND, 
a Monty Sweet t-hriller. A screenplay 
by Joey Naudic, pseud, of Howard 
Prachtman, & Phil Silber (Philip 
Silber) 57 1. © Howard Prachtman 
& Philip Silber; 28Apr66; DU65676. 



THE LOVE GAME, by Tom Coble (Thomas 
Coble) 39 1. A play. ©Thomas 
Coble; l8May66; DU65818. 



LOVE IN A FRENCH CLIMATE, a play in two 
acts by Adele Newman. 114 1. 
© Adele Newman; 2Mar66; DU6517O. 



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29 



LOVE IN E FLAT, by Norman Krasna. 
1 V. A play In 5 acts. © Norroan 
Krasna; 23May66; DU6587O. 



A LOVE IN TIMES AS THESE, a play in 
three acts by Ion Nicola. 1 v. 
Appl. states pre v. reg. DU59344 . 
NM: additions & revisions. © Ion 
Nicola; 13Apr66; DU65550. 



LOVE IS WHERE YOU FIND IT, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Alice Shaffett. 30 1. © Alice 
Shaffett; 21Apr66; DU65621. 



THE LOA/E LETTERS OF SMITH; screenplay 
by Robert Ground. 17 1. © Robert 
Ground; l4Apr66; DU65702. 



LOVE ME; romance in three acts by 
Paul Francis, pseud, of Joseph 
Marsico. 1 v. © Joseph Francis 
Marsico; 8Feb66; DU65O2O. 

LOVE ME SEA GULL; original screenplay 
written by Ronald Evan Gold. 129 1. 
© Ronald Evan Gold; 30Jun66; 
DU66159. 



THE LOATE NEST, a farce by William 
Henderson. 29 1. A screenplay. 
© William McCrainor Henderson; 
21Mar66; DU65334. 



LOVE OF BETTY DUVAL, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Bernice Dunbar. 32 1 . © Bernice 
Dunbar; l6May66; DU65791- 

LOVE PREY. See 
MA.CMASTER . 



THE LOVE SONG THAT STARTED WITH DOUGH, 
by William S. Dunkin. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Williajn S. Dunkin; 

17May66; DU658l'4 . 



LOVELY ENEMY, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Claudio 
Lopez. 31 1. © Claudio Lopez; 
8Mar66; DU65209. 



THE LOVES OF ANGELICA KAUFFMANN, a film 
script by Estelle H. Ries. 70 1. 
© Estelle H. Ries; 21Feb66; DU651if8. 



LUCK FOR SALE, a play by Lucille 
Hauser. 5 1. © Lucille Hauser; 
21Mar66; DU65340. 



THE LUCY SHOW, by Frances K. Matthews. 
18 1. A screenplay. © Frances K. 
Matthews; l4Jun66; DU65838. 

LUI. See 

PIECES CYNIQUES. 

LYSISTRATA! By Aristophanes; musical 
version & lyrics by Jim Newton (James 
Boswell Newton, Jr.) music by Peter 
Schlosser. 1 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. NM: 
additions & revisions. © James Boswell 
Newton, Jr.; llJan66; DU64731. 



M 



M FOR MEDICARE DAY, a play in three 
acts by Harry T. Zankel. 1 v. 
© Harry T. Zankel; llFeb66; DU6484l. 

MA-CHI-YUAN. See 

DER OaiAUM DES LIU- TUNG. 



MABLE JONES, a three act play by 
J. Douglas Co.Tier. Mar. 1966. 
47 1. © J. Douglas Comer; 19May66; 
DU65896. 



MAD BENSON, an original story written 
& adapted for television by James 
Olcott, pseud, of Isabel Kerst. 
30 1. © Isabel Kerst; 9Jun56; 
DU65989. 

MAOBIRD, by Barbara Garson. 32 1. 
A play in 4 acts. © Barbara Garson; 
6jan66; DU64738. 

MACMASTER, by Leo Goldman. 1 v. A 
play in 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Love prey, 25Feb57, DU44223. 
NM: revision & addition. © Leo 
Goldman; 29Jun66; DU66l46. 



MCGILLICUDDY MCGOTHAM, a play in three 
acts by Patricia Gray. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. II8 p. Based on 
the book by Leonard Wibberley. 
© Leonard Wibberley; 22Jan66; DP599I . 

MCHUGH'S TATTOO, by Karl Eigsti. 
32 1. A play. © Karl Eigsti; 
3May66; DU65722. 



THE MADMAN AND THE NUN; or. There is 
nothing bad vjhich could not turn into 
something worse. A short play in 
three acts & four scenes by Stanislav/ 
Ignacy Witkiewicz; English version by 
C. S. Durer & Daniel C. Geroi'ld. 
(In First stage, v/inter 1965-66, 
p. 212-221) © Daniel C. Gerould & 
C. S. Durer; 15Mar66; DP6055. 

MAGIC FISH. See 

THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE. 



THE MAGIC FLUTE. (Die Zauberflote) 

Von Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. [Edited] 
by Harriet Nordholm; accompaniments 
by Frank Cookson. Evanston, 111., 
Summy-Birchard Co. 12 p. (Birchard 
opera series) 2 acts. Appl. author: 
Summy-Birchard Co., employer for hire 
of Harriet Nordholm & Frank B. 
Cookson. © Summy-Birchard Co.; 
lMar66; DP6OO8. 



THE MAGIC OF AN ELASTIC BAND FOR THE 

MARRIAGE OF A WEDDING BAND, by Lorraine 

Michele (Lorraine Miohele Seymour) 

29 1. A screenplay in 3 scenes. 

© Lorraine Michele Seymour; 28Feb66; 

DU6512I. 



THE MAGIC OF SANTA'S BAG, a comic 
X-mas play by John Tartler. 4 1 
3 scenes. © John Tartler; 20Apr66; 
DU65475- 



THE MAGIC SHOES OF BALLIDOR, a play for 
children by Emily Jefferson. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Emily Jefferson; l8Apr66; 
DU65564 . 



THE MAGICIAN, a play in three acts by 
Well Hosansky. 1 v. ©'Mel Hosansky; 
8Feb66; DU65022. 



MAGNAN, JEAN MARIE. 
NUIT D'UN COUPLE. 



See 



MAGNIFICENT CUCKOLD. See 

TWO BELGIAN PLAYS, ABOUT LOVE. 



MAID AT THE FOUNTAIN. 
LA MOZA DE CANTARO. 



See 



THE MAKING OF A MAN; original story idea 
& screenplay by Thomas H. Sharp. 
1 V. Book & lyrics only. © Thomas 
H. Sharp; 21Mar66; DU65135. 



LOVES OLD SWEET SONG, a comedy in three 
acts by Wesley St. John. 1 v. 
© Wesley St. John; 28Apr66; DU650HI. 



LOVES' S LABOR'S LOST, by William 

Shakespeare; edited by John Arthos. 
New York, New American Library. 
192 p. 5 acts. (The Signet Classic 
Shakespeare, CD306) NM: introd. & 
notes. © John Arthos; 29Nov65; 
A812341. 



THE LOYALTY OATH, a play in one act by 
Thomas Barrett. I3 1. © Thomas J. 
Barrett; 29Mar66; DU65422. 



THE LUCAYA TREASURE STORY; script by 
Jacques Mayol & Victor De Sanctis. 
26 1. A screenplay. © Jacques Mayol 
Victor De Sanctis; 12Jan66; DU64808. 



LUCIA, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Lucian 
Leleau. 30 1. © Lucian Leleau; 
lPeb66; DU64909. 



MCNAMARA'S BAND, a nasty revue with no 
love songs by Wade Taylor, pseud, of 
Charles R. Idlet. 1 v. With music 
to 1 song. © Charles R. Idlet; 
9May66; DU 65826. 



A MAD DAY'S WORK; or. The marriage of 
Figaro. By Pierre Augustin Caron de 
Beaumarchais; translated & edited by 
Brobury Pearce Ellis. New York, 
Appleton-Century-Crofts. 110 p. 
(Crofts classics) 5 acts. NM: addi- 
tions. © Meredith Pub. Co.; 24jan66; 
A81547I. 

MAD HAMLET, an operatic drama in three 
acts. Libretto by Robert John 
Corcoran. Libretto. © Ruth Fleming 
Corcoran; 7Jul66; DU66093. 

MAD, MAD, MAD AND MADDER] A gag revue 
by Herbert Hart Hutner. 61 1. 
20 skits. © Herbert Hart Hutner; 
5Jan66; DU64736. 



MAN AND FIRE, PARTNERS IN PROGRESS, by 
Frederic 0. Hess. 13 1. © Frederic 
0. Hess; llJan66; C18223. 



MAN AND SUPERMAN. 
FOUR PLAYS. 



See 



MADAME PRINCESSE. 
THEATRE II. 



See 



THE MAN FROM UNCLE: A practical course 
in politics by Dwlght Lawrence. 
38 1. A screenplay in 4 acts. 
© Dwight Lawrence; 22Mar66; DU653'*3. 



A MAN IN HIDING, an original play for 
television by Leonard Moran. 75 1. 
© Leonard W. Moran; 17May66; DU65813. 



MAN IN THE MIDDLE; screenplay written 
by Orville H. Hampton. 1st draft. 
127 1. Appl. author: Westport Films, 
Inc., employer for hire. © V/estport 
Films, Inc.; 15Apr66; DU65553. 



THE MAN OF TWO LIVES, a film script by 
Estelle H. Ries. 75 1. © Estelle H. 
Ries; 21Feb66; DU65147. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE MAN WHO FOUND HIMSELF, a play in 
five scenes by Sam Mednick. 73 !• 
Appl. states prev. reg. as The penance 
of David Field, l4May56, 0^2505. 
KM: additions & revision. © Sam 
Mednick; 26Apr66; DU65672. 

THE MAN WHO LOST THE RIVER, a play 
about Mark Twain by Bernard Sabath. 
1 V. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as A glimpse of the river. 
NM: revision, addition. © Bernard 
Sabath; 51May66; DU65923. 



THE MAN WHO STOLE THE MONA LISA, a play 
in one act by Dana M. Tremayne (Mark 
Dana Tremayne) 10 1. © Dana M. 
Tremayne; 20Apr66; DU65606. 



MAN WITH A LOAD OF MISCHIEF. 
COME SING A LOVE SONG. 



See 



MAN'S BEST FRIEND, by Donald 0. Dyal, 
pseud, of Thomas Erskine Smith. 
70 1. A musical play in 9 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. llJan65, DU61956 & 
6Jan66, DU64655. MM: additions & 
editorial revision. © Thomas 
Erskine Smith; 30Mar66; DU65527. 



MANUEL UND DIE GIRAFFEN; Drohung in drei 
Akten von Hans Helnrich Formann. 
[Vienna] Universal Edition. 75 p. 
© Univ^ersal Edition, A.G.; 17Aug65 ; 
DFO-1'129. 

THE MARBLE GUEST, an opera for schools 
in 4 acts by Raymond Walker & 
William Beaumont. London, Novello & 
Co. 2 v. Based on Mozart's Don 
Giovanni. © Novello & Co . , Ltd.; 
lFeb66; DFO-1467. 



MARGO AND ME, the new musical comedy; 
music by Phil Kelsey (Philip A. Kelsey) 
& others, book & lyrics by Dave 
Miller (David A. Miller) & Tom Cal- 
darola (Thomas J. Caldarola) 1 v. 
2 acts. © Thomas J. Caldarola, David 
Miller & Philip A. Kelsey; 7Mar66; 
DU65197. 



Summy-Birchard Co., employer for 
hire of Harriet Nordholm & Frank B. 
Cookson. © Summy-Birchard Co.; 
l6Mar66; DP6OI7. 

MARRIAGE OF FIGARO. See 
A MAD DAY'S WORK. 

THE MARRIED COUPLE, a comedy in three 
acts by George Stork. 3 v. © George 
L. Stork; 28Jun66; DUeei^l. 

MARSHALL BENEDICT, MASTER SPY. See 
THE DIABOLICAL DR. ONGO. 



MARTHA, by Prledrlch von Flotow. [Ed- 
ited] by Harriet Nordholm; accompani- 
ments by Prank Cookson. Evanston, 
111., Summy-Birchard Co. 12 p. (Bir- 
chard opera series) ^ acts. Appl. au- 
thor: Summy-Birchard Co., employer for 
hire of Harriet Nordholm & Frank B. 
Cookson. © Summy-Birchard Co.; 
13Jan66; DP5974. 

MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT. See 
HYPOCRITES' CARNIVAL. 



MARY, MARY QUITE CONTRARY: or. How she 
messed up Fairyland. A play in one 
act by Ann Nelson Hendry. I9 1. 
© Marjorle Ann Nelson Hendry; 2May66; 
DU65715. 



THE MASTER OF THE HOUSE, a play in three 
acts by Henri D'EstelgnSre, pseud, of 
Sattva Stelner. 1 v. © Sattva 
Steiner; 23Jun66; DU66l24 . 



MATCHMAKER. See 
HELLO, DOLLY! 



THE MATERNAL STRAIN, a one-act play 
by Kyran M. McGrath. 10 1. © Kyran 
M. McGrath; 29Mar66; W6<^h2j,. 



A MATTER OF DISTINCTION, an original 
one act comedy by Thomas Benenson. 
29 1. © Thomas Ralph Benenson; 
10Feb66; DU65039. 



ME, MYSELF AMD THAT OTHER FELLOW, by 
Scot Paxton. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Scot Paxton; 23Jun66; 
DU66II6. 

A MEASURE OF CRUELTY, by Steve Passeur, 
adapted from the French by Yvonne 
Mitchell. 3 acts. (In Plays of the 
year, edited by J. C. Trewln. 
London, Elek Books, v. 29, p. 117-19'+) 
© Yvonne Mitchell; l8jan66 (in 
notice: I965); DPO-1466. 



MEASURE OF CRUELTY. 
PLAYS OF THE YEAR, 



See 
VOLUME 29. 



MECHANICS OF CORNEAL CONTACT LENSES, by 
Infolens. 1 v. Recording script, 
© Infolens, Inc.; 20Jun66; CI8628. 



MEDEA, by Eu.ripides. Translated by 
Michael Townsend with an Introd. by 
William Arrowsmlth. San Francisco, 
Chandler Pub. Co. 31 p. (Chandler 
editions in drama) © Chandler Pub. 
Co.; 13Jan66; DP5958. 

MEDEA; manuscript by Carl Th. Dreyer in 
cooperation with Preben Thomson; 
adaptation into English by Elsa Gress. 
4l 1. Screenplay. Inspired by the 
play by Euripedes. © Carl Th. Dreyer; 
20Deo65; DU64717. 

MEDITATION ON THE CPIURCH, by Henri de 
Lubac. 13 1. (The Theological 
issues of Vatican II) An address. 
© University of Notre Dame; l6May66; 
CI8502. 

MEET MRS. HOMEMAKER. See 

THREE SHOW-AND-TELL SCRIPTS: MEET 
MRS. HOMEMAKER; AND EVERYTING 
NICE; MEN ON THE MOVE. 



THE MEETING WE CONDUCTED WITHOUT THEM, 
ty Joy Emerson, pseud, of Emma -Jean 
Wells. 2 sheets. Scriot. ©Emma 
Jean Wells; 28Jan66; 018214. 



MELBA, THE TOAST OF PITHOLE. 
FRENCH KATE, 



See 



MARIE COUCHE-TOI lA . 
PIECES CYNlQUES. 



See 



MARJEAN: MARJEAN: a prayer for the 
poor in one act by Frederick R. 
Hinckley, Jr. 17 1. © Frederick B. 
Hinckley, Jr.; 6Jun66; DU65962. 



MARK MY WORD, by Andrew Lockhart. 39 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Andrew Lockhart; 
10Jan66; DU64802. 

MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY, by Bernard 
Harlng. I3 1. (The Theological 
Issues of Vatican II) An address. 
© University of Notre Dame; l6May66; 
CI8523. 

MARRIAGE, GREEK STYLE, a comedy in two 
acts by Mike Christopulos. 39 1. 
© Mike Christopulos; l4Feb65; DU64947. 



THE MARRIAGE HEARSE, a play in three 
acts by Edward Friedman. 102 1. 
© Edward Friedman; 7Feb66; DU65OO6. 

THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO, by Wolfgang 
Amadeus Mozart. [Edited] by Harriet 
Nordholm; accompaniments by Frank 
Cookson. Evanston, 111., Summy-Bir- 
chard Co. 12 p. (Blrchard opera 
series) 4 acts. Appl. author: 



A MATTER OF TIME, by William Andrews. 
28 1. A screenplay in 4 acts. 
© William Andrews; 28Dec65; DU64718. 



THE MAU MAU ROOM, a play in 5 acts by 
J. E. Franklin, pseud, of Jennie E. 
Siegel. 1 v. © Jennie E. Siegel; 
25Mar66; DU65491. 

MAX, by Larry J. Linda. 50 1. A play 
in 1 scene. © Larry J. Linda; 
3Feb66; DU64961. 



MAY IN FAIRYLAND, by Karl Llebich. 
A play in 5 parts. © Karl Llebich; 
8jun66; DU65972. 



MAY THE MOON COME OUT AND PLAY? Por 
Pederico Cervantes. 1 v. A musical 
play. Text in Spanish. © Pedei'ico 
Jacinto Cervantes; lApr66; DU655l'+. 

MAYBE TOMORROW, by Prank Martin. 

(Francis B. Martin) 126 1. A play 
In 3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
21Jun65, DU63323. © Francis B. 
Martin; 9Feb66; DU65023. 

THE MAYOR'S MASQUERADE, a musical play 
in three acts by Marie G. Aiello. 
1 V. © Marie G. Aiello; 60ct65; 
DP5963. 



MELODRAMA PLAY, a melodrama with music 
by Sam Shepard. 38 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Sam Shepard; 
22Jun66; DU66098. 



THE MEMBERSHIP CARD; script for a motion 
picture by Fred L. Frechette. 12 1. 
©Fred L. Frechette; 26Nov65; DP5964. 



MEMORY SHOP ON HIGH STREET, a play In 
one act by Elyse Mass. 17 1. 
© Elyse Nass; 21Mar66; DU65333. 

MEN ON THE MOVE. See 

THREE SHOW-AND-TELL SCRIPTS: MEET 
MRS. HOMEMAKER; AND EVERYTHING 
NICE; MEN ON THE MOVE. 

MEN WHO CAM STAWD, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Roy E. Clark. 30 1 . © Roy E. Clark; 
13Jun66; DU66039. 

MENSCH UND ZET; anthology of German 
radio plays edited by Anna Otten. 
New York, Appleton, Century Crofts. 
245 p. NM: preface. Introductions, 
questions & vocabulary. © Meredith 
Pub. Co.; l4Jun66; A844575 . 

MERCHANDISE OUR SERVICE; recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 10 1. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26Jan66; C1827O. 



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31 



THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, by William Shakes- 
peare; textual editors Louis B. Wright 
& Virginia A. LaMar. New York, Wash- 
ington Square Press. 1 v. (Reader's 
enrichment series, RE324 . Chairman, 
Board of Editors: Harry Shefter. Con- 
tributing editor: Hortense H. Levisohn) 
(The Folger Library general reader's 
Shakespeare) 4 acts. NM: teacher's 
manual & reader's supplement. © Wash- 
ington Square Press, Inc.; 150ct65; 
A842211. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE; opera in 3 acts 
by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco. New 
York, P. Colombo. 28 p. From 
William Shakespeare's original play. 
Libretto. Appl . states prev. pub. 
10Jun6l, DPtf859. NM: adaptation. 
© G. Rioordi & C, S.P.A. (in 
notice: G. Rioordi & C); 13Apr66; 
DP6O57. 

THE MERMAID, a play by Claude Dunster. 
New York, Steele Enterprises. 
95 p. © Claude Dunster; 2Jan66; 
A816479. 

THE MERRY FOOLS AND NOODLEHEADS; or, 
SIII5 soup. Written by Carol Tweedie 
Korty , 47 1. Material based on 
medieval folk tales, gongs based on 
material in Oxford dictionary of 
nursery rhymes. Book 4 lyrics only. 
© Carol Tweedie Korty; 20Jun66; 
DU66064 . 

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by William Green. 
New York, New American Library. I88 p. 
5 acts. (The Signet Classic 
Shakespeare, CD3I8) NM: introd. & 
notes. © William Green; 29Nov65; 
A812338. 

METEOR. See 

THE FALLING STAR. 
MICHAL, a drama by Jean Andrews Kling 

& Anne Frierson Griffin. 78 1. 

3 acts. © Anne Frierson Griffin & 

Jean Andrews Kling; 26Apr66; 

DU65507. 

MICHEL STROGOFF; op^rette a grand 
spectacle en 2 actes & 18 tableaux. 
Livret de Henri Varna, pseud, de Henri 
Vantard & others; d'apr^s Jules Verne 
& A. D'Ennery; muslque de Jack Ledru. 
Paris, Editions Joubert. 127 p. 
Libretto. © Editions Joubert; 
2ON0V65; DFO-1439. 

MID-CENTURY PLUS: WHAT ARE THE GREAT 
WORLD ISSUES NOW? By William C. 
Olson. 15 p. Address. © William C. 
Olson; 5Jan66; CI8218. 

THE MIDNIGHT RIDE OF ALVIN BLUM, a 
comedy in three acts by Leon Arden & 
Donald Honlg. 1 v. © Leon Arden & 
Donald Honig; 2BFeb66; DU65255. 

MIDSUMMER MINK, a comedy by Peter Coke. 
London, S. French. 87 p. 3 acts. 
(French's acting edition) © Peter 
Coke; 120ct65; DFI82I. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, by William 
Shakespeare; textual editors Louis B, 
Wright & Virginia A. LaMar. New York, 
Washington Square Press. 1 v. 
(Reader's enrichment series, RE325 . 
Chairman, Board of Editors: Harry 
Shefter. Contributing editor: Walter 
James Miller) (The Folger Library 
general reader's Shakespeare) 5 acts. 
NM: teacher's manual & reader's 
supplement. © Washington Square Press, 
Inc.; 150ct65; A842212. 



MIGHTY GHOST 0' TH' LOWER GUNK, a play 
in three acts, five scenes by 
James Gladden Schrock. 83 1. 
© James Gladden Schrock; l8Mar66; 
DU65395. 



THE MIGHTY HERALD, a dramatic action 
film written by Rod Larson. 1st 
draft: Feb. 21, I966. 129 1- 
Based on the life & times of John 
the Baptist. Appl. author: Leo 
Mack Productions. © Leo Mack; 
3Apr66; DU65586. 

MIGRATIONS OF A MELODY. See 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

MILDRED GO HOME, a comedy by Arthur 
Wllmurt. 1 V. 2 acts. © Arthur P 
Wilmurt; 4Apr66; DU65504. 

MIND AND MORALITY, by Constance P. Dent. 
4 1. Speech. © Constance P. Dent; 
28Dec65; CI8199. 



MINES OF SULPHUR, See 
LE MINIERE DI ZOLFO. 



LE MINIERE DI ZOLFO. (The mines of 
sulphur) By Richard Rodney Bennett; 
Italian translation by Flavio Testi. 
[London] Universal Edition. 210 p. 
Riduzione per canto e pianoforte. 
© Universal Edition (London) Ltd.; 
lNov65; DFO-1433. 

MINNA AND DAVID; or. The mountain stream 
mermaid. By Gertrude Sohiffer. 19 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Gertrude Schlffer; 
20Jan66; DU64876. 



THE MIRACLE OF SAN JUAN; story & screen- 
play by Norman Weissman. 91 1- 
© Norman Weissman; 23May66; DU65938. 



MISFIT PLAYS: The penny arcade & The 
bastards by David Stern, 1 v. 
© David Stern; 4Apr66; DU65487. 



MISFITS, an original story written % 
adapted for television by Nelson H. 
Morgan. 3I 1. © Nelson H. Morgan; 
20Jun66; DU66O72 . 



MISS ANNA, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Edna May 
Webster. 32 1. © Edna May Webster: 
lFeb66; DU64887, 



THE MISSING DOGS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Shelby Ray Braley, 31 1. © Shelby 
Ray Braley; 25Apr66; DU65643. 



MISSOURI MULE; or. It couldn't happen 
to a nicer guy. A three act comedy 
by Arthur Wellington, pseud, of 
Arthur Wellington Page. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev, reg. 7Sep38, D58987. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Arthur 
Wellington Page; 23May66; DU65762, 

MISSOURI, WINT, SOUTH, by Roy J. Hess. 

14 sheets. A play. Includes music 

& lyrics for 1 song. © Roy J. Hess; 
7Apr66; DU65384. 

MISTAKES OF A NIGHT, See 
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, 

MR. ACORN, by Preston A, Atwood. 

1 V, 3 acts. © Preston A. Atwood; 
13Apr66; DP6035. 



MR. MRS. MR. MISSES, a fairytale by 
Kenneth Regenbaum. 37 1 . 2 acts. 
© Kenneth Regenbaum; 30Mar66: DU65428. 



MR. PHONICS, by Rita Friedman & Elayne 
Reiss. 10 1. © Rita Friedman & 
Elayne Reiss; 10May66; CI8540. 



MR. PRESIDENT, YOUR PITCHING ARM! By 
Richard Addesso. 21 1 . © Richard 
Addesso; 27May66; DU65755 • 

MR. PYM'S ESCAPE. See 

AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK III: PLAYS 
ABOUT EARLY MODERN TIMES. 



M?.. SCF.O-.'E; musiial by 
2C 1. Ar. adaptation 



erald Lct'^wltz . 
Dickers ' 
A Cr..vistmas card. BtV & lyrics 
crlv. © .-srald Lebovitz; 'J: '■/ ~-\^.^ \ 
::,.65388. 

MR. VINEGAR, by Llsl Beer. Boston, 
Branden Press. l4 p, (The Silver 
series of puppet plays) From an old 
folk-tale of unknown origin. © Bran- 
den, Press, Inc.; 29Dec65; A808119. 



MR. WISHBONE; working script by 

Herman Edel. 1 v. Screenplay, Appl, 
author: Music Makers, Inc, employer 
for hire. © Music Makers, Inc.; 
25Mar66; DU6526O. 



MRS. BAGPIPE ON SIGNS AND OMENS, NO.l 
& 2, by Thomas Stott. 1 v. © Thomas 
Stott & Robert Stott; l4Mar66; 
CI8403. 



MRS. GREAT-SILENCE-IN-DESERT. 
THREE PLAYS. 



See 



MOBY DICK, REHEARSED, a drama in two 
acts by Orson Welles. New York, 
S. French. 76 p. An adaptation ... 
of the novel by Herman Melville. 
© Orson Welles; l4Apr65; DP5996. 

MODERN BUILDINGS FOR MODERN INDUSTRY; 
recording script for Armco Metal Prod- 
ucts Division, Armco Steel Corp. by 
Jam Handy Organization. 11 1, 
© Armco Metal Products Division, 
Armco Steel Corp.; 26jan66; C18254. 

MODERN DRAMA; edited by Otto Reinert, 
Alternate ed, Boston, Little, Brown. 
630 p. NM: author's introd,, comments 
on the plays & bibliography, © Little, 
Brown & Co., Inc.; Iljan66; A81662O, 



THE MOLECULE; or, Moleoules-a-go-go; 
or. Atoms-a-go-go, A modem dance 
by Donald G, Hicks, 5 1- Choreography. 
© Donald G, Hicks; 4Apr66; DU65257. 

MOLECULES-A-GO-GO, See 
THE MOLECULE, 

MOLIERE ET LA COM^DIE CLASSIQUE; extraits 
des cours de Louis Jouvet au conserva- 
toire, 1939-1940, De Louis Jouvet. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 300 p. © Editions 
Gallimard; 5Nov65; AFO-46757 



THE MOMENT OF CHOICE, a modern liturgi- 
cal drama especially for Easter by 
Marlon Falrman. Boston, Baker's Plays 
28 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
24Feb66; DP6OOI. 

MOMMY, I'M HOME, a one act play by 
Michael De Guzman, 42 1, © Michael 
De Guzman; 27Jun66; DU66133. 



MONA, a short play in 2 acts by Joslta 
Rodewald (Josefina G. Rodewald) 
83 1. © Josefina G. Rodewald; 
7Jan66; DU64801. 



MONEY MADNESS, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Mardle 
Rauen. 30 1. © Mardle Rauen; 
8Mar66; DU65199. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



MONIQUE, a play in one act by Anthony 
Damato. 42 1. © Anthony Damato; 
l6Feb66; DU65060. 



THE MONSTER, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Friedrich 
Hutterli. Jl 1. © Friedrich Hutterli; 
21Apr66; DU65623. 

MONSIEUR POUPEE, a one act play by 
Liz Guerdan (Elizabeth M. Guerdan) 
91. © Elizabeth M. Guerdan; 
3Jun66; 00659*^6. 

MONTENEGRINS. See 

OEUYRES COMPLEMENTAIRES DE GERARD DE 
NERVAL, III. 



THE MONTY AFFAIR, by William Dorsey 
Blake. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l8jun62, 
DU55619. NM: additions & revisions. 
© William Dorsey Blake; 4Apr66; 
DU6558O. 

MOON DAZE. See 

FANDANGLES, MOON DAZE. 

MOON OVER MIAMI, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Harry A. Tarr. 30 1. © Harry A. 
Tarr; lPeb66; DU64911. 



THE MOON RUNNERS, by Gyneth M. Waldron. 
126 1. A screenplay. © Gyneth M. 
Waldron; 25Apr66; DU65656. 



MOON VALLEY, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Glenn & 
Golda Trotter. 30 1. © Glenn & 
Golda Trotter; 8Mar66; DU65206. 



MORT DE NERON. 
THEATRE II. 



See 



THE MOST MEMORABLE CHRISTMAS, an origi- 
nal story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Herbert L. Moore. 30 1. 
© Herbert L. Moore; lFeb66; DU64883. 

MOST PRECIOUS BEAUTY, by Marguerite 
Anne Halloran (Maura O'Halloran, 
pseud.) 2 1. © Marguerite Anne 
Halloran; l4jun66; C18625 . 

MOTECUHZOMA, a play by Arthur Dodds. 
123 1. 16 episodes. © Arthur Edwin 
Dodds; 17Mar66; DU65321. 



MOTHER GOOSE GOES TO MARKET, by Clay 
Boland, Jr. 4 1. A musical play in 
5 sections. Book & lyrics only. 
© Clay Boland, Jr.; 20Apr66; 
DU65603. 

THE MOTHER IMAGE, by Howard S. Portnoy. 
39 1. A play in 3 scenes. © Howard 
S. Portnoy; l6Mar66; DU65317. 



MOTHER IS A THING, a fairy tale with 
music by Kenneth Regenbaum. 55 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
17Jan62, DU54619. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Kenneth Regenbaum; 
31May66; DU65764. 



MOTHER KINDLEAF; original story written 
& adapted for television by Robert 
Alan Marshall. 3I 1. © Robert Alan 
Mfr shall; 9Jun66; DU65987 . 



MOUNTAIN STREAM MERMAID. 
MINNA AND DAVID. 



See 



LA MOZA DE CANTARO. (The maid at the 
fountain) By Lope de VegaJ transla- 
tor, Kenneth Plonkeyt adapted by 
Kenneth & Carol Ann Plonkey . 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Kenneth D. 
Plonkey; 7Jul66; DU66015. 

MOZART'S DON GIOVANNI; English version 
with dialogue by John J. Oliver. 
105 1. An opera in 2 acts. Libretto. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1958; l4Jan63, 
DU57086. NM: editorial revision. 
© John J. Oliver; 23May66; DU65877. 



MOZART'S MAGIC FLUTE, a musical dream 
of wonder to words by Emanuel 
Schikaneder. Translated with pref. 
& notes by R. B. Moberly. [London] 
52 p. Libretto. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DU63397. © Robert Basil 
Moberly; 17Nov65; DP1845 . 

A MUSHROOM IN THE SKY, by Miriam Lang. 
1 v. A play m 3 acts. © Miriam 
Lang; 30Mar66; DU65450. 

THE MUSIC TEACHER OF MAPLE LEAF, a one 
hour television play by Richard 
Harvard, pseud, of Lewis Stiltz. 
60 1. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Concerto wild wisteria, 9Feb65 , 
DU62684 . NM: additions. ©Richard 
Harvard; l8Apr66; DU65688. 

MUSICA , See 
THEATRE I. 



MY BEST DAYS, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Luella 
Taylor. 31 1 . © Luella Taylor; 
lFeb66; DU64863. 

!V&" BEST JUST AIN'T GOOD ENOUGH, by 
Roy Lee Johnson. Sheet. © Lowiry 
Music Co., Inc.; 21Feb66; CI839O. 



MY CUP RUNNETH OVER, AND OVER, AND OVER • 
a comedy in three acts by Michael ' 
Brand. 137 1. © Michael Brand; 
l4Jan66; DU64776. 



MY DARLING VIOLETTA, a play with music. 
By E. E. Schubert, A. W. Dalison, 
& Ross Hutchinson; music composed by 
Wilfred Burns. 100 1. 2 acts. 
Libretto. Appl. states prev. reg. 
19May59, DU49105. NM: addition & 
revision. © E. E. Schubert, A. W. 
Dalison & Ross Hutchinson; 28jun66; 
DU66O26 . 



MY DESTINY, an original story written 
& adapted for television by James 
Williams, Sr. 30 1. © James 
Williams, Sr. ; 25Apr66; DU65640. 



MY FAIR YENTA, by F. K. Rudnick (Faye 
Kurland Rudnick) 80 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© F. K. Rudnick; 9May66; DU65583. 



MY FATHER'S HONEYMOON, a comedy in 
three acts by Christopher Langley, 
pseud, of Lois C. Langley. 112 1. 
© Kenneth D. Langley & Lois G. 
Langley; 6Apr66; DU65500. 

MY FATHER'S HOUSE, a play by Gilbert 
Aberg. 1 v. 2 acts. © Gilbert 
Aberg; 24May66; DU65883. 



MY FRIEND WEISSMAN IS BACK.' A theatre 
piece by Robert Andrew Bonnard. 
1 V. 3 acts. © Robert Andrew 
Bonnard; 51Mar66; DU6543I. 



MY HAND WAS UPON THE HEART, by J. Wil- 
lard Montgomery. 79 1. A screenplay. 
© J. Wlllard Montgomery; 28Feb66; 
DU64988. 

MY KINGDOM FOR A CLAY HORSE. See 
RALPH AND ROSEY TEEVEE. 

MY KINSMAN, MAJOR MOLINEAUX. See 
THE OLD GLORY. 

MY LADY'S IN HADES, a comedy In three 
acts by Win Patterson (Winifred R. 
Patterson) 83 1 . © Win Patterson; 
23Feb66; DU65IO8. 



MY LIFE, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Muriel E. 
Cammack. 3I 1. ©Muriel E. Cammack; 
9Jun66; Dn6598i. 

MY LIFE IN THE ROUGH. See 
GOLF AND THE FAMILY. 



MY MOTHER'S FAVORITE COUCH, an original 
comedy by Priscilla Scott, pseud, of 
Belle Pollack. 154 1. © Belle 
Pollack; 13Jan66; DU64772. 



MY REVENGE; original story written & 
adapted for television by Leonard J. 
Jackson. 30 1. © Leonard J. Jackson: 
llMar66; DU65245. 

MY SECRET, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Oneida 
Berry. 30 1. © Oneida Berry; 
l4Mar66; DU65284. 



MY SON, THE MESSIAH. See 
THE KING OF KINGS & I. 



MY SON, THE MOTHER, by Jack Lavin & 
others. 1 v. A play with music. 
© Israel Abrams, Jack Lavin, & 
Lawrence Hurwit; 20May66; DU65843. 



MYLADY OF GREENWICH VILLAGE; original 
screenplay by Henry L. Woudhuysen. 
145. © Henry L. Woudhuysen; 25Mar66; 
DU6540O. 



N 



DIE NAUHTWACHTER; Szenen bei Nacht von 
Oskar Zemme. [Vienna] Universal 
Edition. 54 p. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 15Nov65; DFO-1427, 



NAKED IN THE WINDOW, by Allen Davis III. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Allen 
Davis III; 17Jan66; DU64785. 

THE NAMELESS ONES, a devotional dramati- 
zation by Miriam Sleber Lind. 
19 1. © Miriam Sleber Lind; 4Feb66; 
DU64966. 

THE NARROW GATE, a play in three acts 
by Anne B. Ellwood. 89 1 . © Anne 
B. Ellwood; 21Mar66; DU65331. 

NATURAL ENEMIES, a new comedy of the 
old South by Dana M. Tremayne (Mark 
Dana Tremayne) 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Dana M. Tremayne; l4Mar66; DU65269. 

NATURE AND GRACE, by Henri de Lubac . 
16 1. A paper. © John XXIII 
Instltue, St. Xavier College; 27Apr66; 
CI8559. 

NATURE IN THE OZARKS. See 

THE ALL WONDROUS NATURE OF THE 
OZARKS . 



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1966 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



33 



THE NATURE, ORIGIN AND PURPOSE OF SPACE 
PEOPLE AND THEIR MYSTERIOUS FLYING 
SHIPS, by Cloe Diroll (Clorlne Wright 
Diroll) 9 1. © Clorine Wright 
Diroll; l8Mar66; Cl8in8. 

NAVIGATION. See 

PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL, 
NAVIGATION. 



NECESSARY POND, a comedy by Margaret 
Collins. 95 1. 2 acts. © Margaret 
Brandon James Collins; 9May66; 
DU65 ?'+'»■ 

THE NECKLACE, by Guy De Maupassant; 
adapted as a one act play by Robert 
Brome. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. 
Co. 25 p. (Eldridge popular one-act 
playscripts) © Robert Brome; lSep65; 
DP5980 . 



NEEDS IN NUTSHELLS; dramatic discussion 
starters for group meetings. New 
York, Friendship Press. 48 p. 
Contents: The trouble with the poor, 
by Bruce Hilton. --One woman's world, 
by Mary S"ean Irion. --To build a 
nation, by 'Theodore A. Braun.--What 
can we do? By Frances Eastman. 
© Friendship Press, Inc.; IFebbb; 
dp6o6i. 

LES NEGRES; clownerie de Jean Genet. 
Decines, M. Barbezat. 15^ P- 
© Marc Barbezat, L'Arbalete; 2Jan5o; 

DFI831. 

LES NEGPES; clownerie de Jean Genet. 
Pour jouer Les Negres. [Decines] 
M. Barbezat. I80 p. © Marc Barbezat, 
L'Arbalete; 30Aug63; DFI832. 

LES NEGRES; clownerie de Jean Genet, 
photographies de Ernest Scheidegger. 
Decines, M. Barbezat. 180 p. 
NM: newly rev. ed. © Marc Barbezat, 
L'Arbalete; 20Feb60; DFI833. 



NELLIE MY LOVE; original story written 
& adapted for television by Dorothy 
E. Higgins. 51 1- ® Dorothy E. 
Higgins; l6May66; DU65785 . 

NEVER IS A LONG TIME, by Bil Rodgers 
(Wi]liam D. Rodgers) 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © William D. Rodgers; 28Feb66; 
DU65128. 



NEVER LOOK BACK; A one act play with 
three scenes by Harris Hilton Miller. 
15 1. © Harris Hilton Miller; 
10Mar66; DU65236. 

THE NEW BOOKKEEPER, a one act play by 
Charles Dizenzo. 35 1. © Charles 
John Dizenzo; l^Maree; DU65265. 

A NEW DIMENSION IN CREATIVE, DYNAMIC 
SALESMANSHIP AND MANAGEMENT THROUGH 
THE WORLD OF CYBERNETICS, by Samuel 
T. Levin. 6 1. © Samuel T. Levin; 
25Apr66; CI8568. 

NEW DIMENSIONS IN TRUCKING; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 7 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; C18288. 

NEW DRINK-DRI CUP AND ITS ADVANTAGES, 
by Elizabeth Price McClure. 
Sheet. © Elizabeth Price McClure; 
l4Feb66; CI865I. 

HEW EARTH. See 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 



NEW LADY IN THE STATE HOUSE, a comedy 
in three acts by David Gordon. 
104 1. © David Gordon; 8Feb6b; 
DU65OI8. 

NEW WINE, by Michael Znavor, pseud, of 
Emll M. Navor. l82 1. A play In 2 
acts. © Emll M. Navor; l8Feb66; 
DU65IO4 . 

THE NEW YORKERS, a new musical play for 
the screen by Jerome Lawrence & 
Robert E. Lee. 125 1. Book only. 
Appl. author: Lawrence & Lee, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Park Lake 
Enterprises, Inc.; 19Jan66; DU64708. 

THE NEW YORKERS, a new musical play for 
the screen by Jerome Lawrence and 
Robert E. Lee. I65 1. Book only. 
Appl. author: Lawrence & Lee, Inc., 
employer for hire. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 19Jan66. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Park Lake Enterprises, Inc.; 
2Feb66; DU6474&. 



THE NEXT OASIS, by Peter Alexander, 
pseud, of Peter A. Beltz. 142 1. 
A screenplay. © Peter A. Beltz; 
4Apr66; DU65486. 



NICHOLAS ROMANOV, by William Kinsolving. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. ©William 
Kinsolving; 15Feb66; DU65056. 



NIEDERLAGE UND DER SIEG DER JUNGFRAU 
VON ORLEANS AM 6. JUNI 1944. See 
JEANNE 44 . 

NIGHT ATTENDANT, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Myrtle M. Andrus, pseud, of 
Myrtle M. Thomas. 30 1. 
© Myrtle M. Thomas; l6May66; 
DU65797. 

NIGHT CHILDREN, an original screenplay 
by Ralph C. Bluemke . 133 1- 
©Ralph C. Bluemke; l8Jan66; DU64787 . 

THE NIGHT EXPECTANT, by Bil Rodgers 
(William Rodgers) 67 1. A screen- 
play. ©Time-Life Broadcast, Inc.; 
l6Dec65; DU64948. 

NIGHT FRIGHT, a mystery farce in one 
act by William A. Kuehl . Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 33 P- (Baker's 
royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker 
Co. ; 15Apr66; DP6029. 

THE NIGHT OF THE CRUCIFIXION, by Roger 

J. Lervig. 13 1. ^Pl^yvJo^°^"^ 
Junior Lervig; l4Mar66; DU65288. 

NIGHT OF THE SPLINTERED DREAMS, by 
Shirley Guy. 29 1. A play. 
© Shirley Anne Guy; 2May66; DU65720. 



NIGHT ON BALD MOUNTAIN. 
FOUR PLAYS. 



See 



THE NIGHTINGALE, by Walter Roberts. 
76 1. A play with music. Book & 
lyrics only. © Walter Roberts; 
5Jul66; DU66018. 



NIGHTMARE WITH NO END, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Virginia Shows. 30 1. © Virginia 
Shows; 13Jun66; DU66042. 



NIJINSKY, a film documentary on the life 
of the famous dancer by Jay Jasper. 
61 1. © Jay Jasper; 17Mar66; 
DU65365. 



NINE COACHES WAITING, a play in thre-^ 
acts by Guy Bolton. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. l42 p. Suggested by the 
novel of the same title by Mary 
Stewart. ©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 7oan66; 
DP5990. 

1966 ADVERTISING AND SALES PROMOTIONAL 
HELP FOR INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTORS 
AND DEALERS. 1 v. © International 
Heater Co.; 13Jan66; CI8225. 

1966 CHEVELLE FRONT END SHEET METAL 
ASSEMBLE; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 6 1. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26Jan66; CI8299. 

1966 PASSENGER CAR AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE 
CONTROL AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM; 
recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
12 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; C18296. 

1966 PASSENGER CAR EXHAUST SYSTEM 
INSTALLATION; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 5 1. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26Jan66; CI8297 . 

1966 PASSENGER CAR GLOVE BOX DOOR 
INSTALLATION; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jajn Handy 
Organization. 4 1. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26Jan66; CI8298. 

1966 PASSENGER CAR PRINTED CIRCUIT; 
recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
11 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8295. 



1966 PASSENGER CAR WIRING SYSTEM; 

recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
10 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; C18293. 

1966 TRUCK MODEL DESIGNATION SYSTEM; 
recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
4 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8291. 



1978 STARTS A PRIMITIVE ERA IN WASHING- 
TON, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Grace 
Robertson. 31 1- © Grace Robertson; 
l6May66; DU65792. 

THE NINTH SIDE OF THE OCTAGON, by 
Anne Marie Corbett. 17 1. A play. 
© Anne Marie Corbett; 2Jun66; 
DU6593O. 

NO CRIME IN THE STREETS, a play by 
Kristin Sergei. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 120 p. A play in 2 acts. 
Based on the work by Reginald Rose. 
NM: stage adaptation. © Reginald 
Rose; 15Apr66; DP6o40. 

NO GREATER LOVE, an original dramatiza- 
tion by Elwyn Gunn for production in 
coordination with the cantata of the 
same title by John W. Peterson. 
Grand Rapids, Zondervan Pub. House. 
15 p. Book & lyrics only. © Sing- 
spiration. Inc.; 20Deo65; DP596O. 

NO WASTED LOVE, an original story writ- 
■ ten & adapted for television by Judy 
Malone. 30 1. © Judy Malone; 
lFeb66; DU64892. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan. -June 



NOAH II, a motion picture screenplay 
by Daniel Bourla . IO5 1. Based on 
a short story by Avram Heffner. 
© Daniel Bourla; 29Jun66; DU65997 . 

NCBOEY'S PERPEni, by Muriel Resnik, 
Mi::hael Resnik & Henry Resnik, 
Rev., May 6, I966. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Muriel Resnik, Michael 
Resnik & Henry Resnik; 17jun66; 
D'76389'j . 

NON LIEU. See 

NUIT D'UN COUPLE. 



NORMAL SPLITTING OP THE SECOND SOUND, 
a lecture by Abe Ravin. 11 1. 
© Abe Ravin; 28Feb66; Cl8402. 

NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA, a screenplay 
by' Grant Duay . 120 1. © Grant Duay; 
30Jun66; DU66153. 



NOSOTROS SOMOS DIGS, pleza en dos actos 
de Wilberto Canton; edited by 
S. Samuel Trlfilo & Luis Soto-Ruiz. 
New York, Harper & Row. 158 p. 
Text in English & Spanish. WA: pref., 
introd. & vocabulary. © S. Samuel 
Trifilo & Luis Soto-Ruiz; 13Apr66; 
A828436. 

NOT A MARRYING MAN, a play in three 
acts by Daisy Wolf. 1 v. © Daisy 
B. Wolf; 23Jun66; DU661I8. 

NOT A WAY OF LIFE, a play by James J. 
Rush. 1 v. 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Conflteor, lApr66, 
DU65466. NM: revision & addition. 
© James J. Rush; 29Jun66; DU66l48. 



NOT ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Zett Marek. 31 1. © Zett Marek; 
llMar66; DU65240. 



NOTES FOR COMMENTS ON VATICAN II A_ND 
PROTESTANT THEOLOGY IN AMERICA 
TODAY AND TOMORROW, by Albert Outler. 
8 1. (The Theological issues of 
Vatican II) An address. © University 
of Notre Dame; l6May66; Cl85l4 . 



NOTHING IN HER WAY; original screenplay 
by S. B. Williamson, pseud, of 
Stephen W. Bass. 122 1. © Stephen 
W. Bass; 26Apr66; DU65472, 



NOW IS THE TIME, by W. Heartsill Wilson. 
71. © W. Heartsill Wilson; 19May66; 
CI8546. 

NUESTRO FIN DE SEMANA, de Roberto M. 
Cossa, edited by Donald A. Yates. 
New York, Macmillan. 92 p. (Mac- 
millan modern Spanish American litera- 
ture series) 2 acts. Text in 
English & Spanish. NM: additions. 
© Macmillan Co.; 3Jan66; A831124 . 



NUIT D'UN COUPLE; ou, La coexistence. 
Suivie de Non lieu, avec une pref. 
de Jean Cocteau. Un amour innom- 
brable. De Jean Marie Magnan. 
[Decines] L'Arbalete. 94 p. ©Marc 
Barbezat, L'Arbalete; 30Apr63; 
DFI825 . 



THE NYMPHS AND SATYRS OF HESPRUS, a 
dark comedy in three acts by Marshall 
Yaeger. I30 1. © Marshall Yaeger; 
4Apr66; DU655IO. 



o 



BOY, IT'S RED! A commentary for the 
stage in two acts by Kenneth Regen- 
baum. 37 1. © Kenneth Regenbaura; 
l4Mar66; DU65268. 

ODD ONES. See 
DIE ANMASSUNG. 

THE ODDS ARE AGIN' IT! By J. W. Morris. 
17 1. © J. W. Morris; 10Jan66; 
CI8221. 



OEDIPUS DER TYRANN, von Carl Orff; 
ein Trauerspiel des Sophokles, von 
Friedrich H'61derlin. Mainz, 
B. Schott's S-6hne. 309 p. (Edition 
Schott, 5525) Studien-partitur. 
NM: orchestral scoring. © B. Schott's 
S"6hne; 15Jul65; DFO-1432. 



OEDIPUS REX, by Sophocles; translated 
by William M. Sale. 49 1. © William 
M. Sale.IIIj 21Feb66; DU65O83. 



OEDIPUS THE KING AND OEDIPUS AT COLONUS, 
by Sophocles. A new translation for 
modern readers & theatergoers by 
Charles R. Walker. Garden City, 
N. Y., Doubleday. 171 p. (Anchor 
Books, A496) NM: Introductions. 
© Charles R. Walker; 7Jan66; A818973. 

OEUF . See 
THEATRE II. 

L'OEUF A LA COQUE; comedie de Marcel 
Franck, pseud, de Luc Robin. 
115 1. © Marcel Franck; 20Apr66; 
DU65529. 

OEUVRES COI^PLEMENTAIRES DE GERARD DE 
NERVAL, III; Theatre 1: Piquillo, 
Les Montenegrins, Ebauches. Textes 
r^unis et prfesent^s par Jean Richer. 
Paris, Lettres Modernes. 436 p. 
(Nouvelle bibliotheque Nervalienne) 
© Lettres Modernes; 30Dec65; 
AFO-48078. 

OH, BROTHER; or, Do the Beatles put up 
with this? An original television 
story, created & written by William T. 
Bode. 1 V. With music. © William T. 
Bode; 4Mar66; DU65222. 

OKINAWA MONOGATARI. (Okinawa story) 
Grand opera, 5 acts, 8 scenes 
written by Kikuko Kanai; English 
version translated by Hokojiro Jona; 
poem & libretto by Katsuko Yano & 
Kikuko Kanai. 4 v. Title & author 
transliterated. Text in English & 
Japanese. © Kikuko Kanai; 15Apr66; 
DU65590. 

THE OLD AGE OF UBU, a phantasy in four 
scenes by Valerie Alison, pseud, of 
Victoria Lucas. 17 1- © Victoria 
Lucas; 31iv!ay66; DU6592O. 

THE OLD GLORY, by Robert Lowell. New 
York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 
193 p. Contents: Endecott and the 
Red Cross. --My Kinsman, Major 
Molineaux. --Benito Cereno. ©Robert 
Lowell; 8Nov65; DP5939. 

OLD WITCH LERGS, a one act musical 
play; book, lyrics, & music by 
Anthony Guertin. 27 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Anthony Guertin; 
lMar66; DU65168. 

ON A VERY FINE GANDER, a musical 

whimsey in two acts by Bruce Bucking- 
ham & Irwin Barnette. 2 v. 
© Bruce Buckingham & Irwin Barnette; 
17May66; DU65855. 



ON BEING A REAL PERSON, a one act play 
by Patrick J. Farrell. 25 1- 
© Patrick J. Farrell; 20May66; 
DU65846. 



ON HER WAY, a comedy drama by Daniel 
Kusell. 1 v. 3 acts. © Daniel 
Kusell; 21Feb66; DU65l'+2. 



ON THE BANKS OF THE LETHE, a drama in 
four acts by Charles Merrell VI, 
pseud, of Charles Barney Calebaugh. 
113 1. © Charles Barney Calebaugh; 
10Jun66; DU66009. 

ON THE DAY GLENN WENT INTO ORBIT. See 
THE JOLLY MISER. 



ONCE OVERNIGHTLY, by John O'Hare. 

1 v. A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Second best bed, 
DU43074. NM: additions & revisions. 
© John M. O'Hare; lApr66; DU65467. 

ONCE THE SUMMER'S OVER, a play by Frank 
D. Gilroy. 1 v. 2 acts. © Frank D. 
Gilroy; 28Jan66; DU64858. 



ONCE UPON A DREAM, a musical play, 
music by Ronald Dellecker, lyrics by 
John Carroll, adaptation by John 
Carrol & others. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Adapted from the story Cinderella. 
© John Carroll, Ronald Dellecker & 
James O'Reilly; 22Apr66; DU657II. 



ONE DEAD INDIAN, by Randy Ford (Kenneth 
Randolph Ford) 19 1 ■ A play. 
© Kenneth Randolph Ford; 6Jun55; 
DU65968. 

A ONE-EYED JACK, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
David W. Meyer. 30 1 . © David W. 
Meyer; 13Jun66; DU66o40. 

ONE GIANT STEP, a play in one act 
by Regina Macone. 32 1. © Regina 
Macone; 2May66; DU65718. 

ONE HOUR OF LIFE, from Arthur Schnitzler 
translated from the German by Alexan- 
dra Ryser, pseud, of Lynn Mertke. 
1 V. Contents: One hour of life.-- 
To question fate. --The farewell 
supper. © Lynn Mertke; 20Jan66; 
DU64936. 

ONE HUNDRED PER CENT KNIFE, by Despi 
Trails. 130 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Despi Trails; 15Mar66; DU65183. 

ONE LITTLE GUY; screenplay by Franklin 
Lacey. I65 1. © Pro Foundation; 
l8Mar66; DU65324 . 

ONE MAN ONE, a lively play of two acts 
by William L. Huganir. 1 v. 
© William L. Huganir; 19May56; 
DU65819. 

ONE TO A CUSTOMER; book by Margene 
Fudenna & Robert Mendonca, music & 
lyrics by Robert Mendonca & Danny Tarr 
(Daniel Tarr) 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Robert 
Mendonca & Danny Tarr; 6Jun65; 
DU66024 . 

ONE WOMAN'S WORLD. See 
WEEDS IN NUTSHELLS. 



THE ONLY BATHTUB IN CASSIS, a comedy 
in three acts by Bob Fisher & Arthur 
Alsberg. 119 1. © Bob Fisher & 
Arthur Alsberg; l4Mar66; DU65287. 



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ONLY HO^fESTY, a play in three acts by 
E. Ivy Fischer. 73 1. © E. Ivy 
Fischer; 25Mar66; 0065^*02. 

ONLY MY WIFE IS MARRIED, a comedy In 
two acts by Leon H. Dulberger. 
1 V. © Leon H. Dulberger; 27May66; 
DU659II. 

ONTWAKEN TOT NIEUWHEID DES LEVENS, een 
lezing over de Chrlstelijke Wetenschap 
uoor Florence C. Southwell. 27 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. CI7723. NM: 
translation. © Florence C. Southwell; 
26Jan66; CI8215. 

OP, by Frank Moffett Hosier. 70 1. 
A play. © Prank Moffett Mosier; 
l8Feb66; DU6515O. 



OPEN HOUSE AT THE FUNNY FARM, by Donald 
J. Dodds. 1st ed. 97 1 . A play in 
3 acts. © Donald J. Dodds; 26May66; 
DU65909. 

OPEN-TO-BUY, a musical comedy by Robert 
J. Ornstein. 1st draft. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book only. © Robert J. 
Ornstein; 7Apr66; DU65297. 



OPEN-TO-BUY, a musical comedy by 
Robert J. Ornstein. Rev. Apr. 1, 
1966. 1 v. 2 acts. Book only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. DU65297. 
© Robert J. Ornstein; 20Apr66; 
DU65666. 



L' OPERA DU MONDE; texte de Jacques 
Audiberti, adapts du roman pour la 
scene avec Marcel Marechal. 32 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Jacques Audi- 
berti; l3Jan66; DU64709. 



OPERATION FIREFLY, by Thomas Joseph 
Quirk. 17 1. A television play. 
© Thomas Joseph Quirk; llFeb66; 
DU64819. 



CPERATION NUTS, musical comedy by Nona 
Dearth & Tom Christie; book & lyrics 
by Nona Dearth, music by Tom Christis 
1 V. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg 
4Nov6't, DU6l486. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Nona Dearth & Tom 
Christie; lFeb66; DU64983. 



OPERATION: RAMP AGENT, an original 

story written & adapted for television 

by Frances M. Switzer. 3I 1. 

© Frances M, Switzer; 25Apr66; DU65638. 



OPVAGNEN TIL LIVE, DER ALTID ER HYT. 
(Awakening to newness of life) 
Foredrag om Kristen Videnskab af 
Florence C. Southwell. 23 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. C17723. NM: 
translation. ©Florence C. Southwell; 
8Apr66; C18462. 



ORAL DELIVERY TO THE PUBLIC CONCERNING 
RULES OF SUBSTITUTION, by Ralph Jay 
Zlotnik. Sheet. © Ralph Jay 
Zlotnik; 7Apr66; CI8553. 



THE ORESTEIA TRILOGY: AGAMEMNON, THE 

CHOEPHOROE, THE EUMENIDES & PROMETHEUS 
BOUND, by Aeschylus; translated by 
Michael Townsend, with an introd. by 
Lionel Casson. San Francisco, Chandler 
Pub. Co. 125 p. (Caiandler editions in 
drama) NM: translation & introd. 
© Chandler Pub. Co.; 9Feb66; DP5998. 



THE ORIGINAL 789, by Robert C. Jones. 
185 1. A play in 4 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg 
lJun65, DU63185. NM: additions. 
© Robert Clarence Jones; 19Jan66; 
DU64725. 



OTHELLO TWO, a play by Howard Ozmon. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Howard A. Ozmon, 
Jr.; 4May66; DU65731. 



THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PICTURE; shooting 
script motion picture prepared for 
Quaker State Oil Refining Corp. by 
Wilding. Writer: Don B. Durian. 
Rev. Apr. 14, 1965 . 1 v. Narration 
script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 29Mar66; 
CI 84 39. 

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE SCENE, a musical 
comedy. Music by Max Rubinchik; 
lyrics by Anya Flaherty; book by Anya 
Flaherty & Max Rubinchik. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Anya Flaherty & Max 
Rubinchik; 7Jun66; DU65780. 



CTHER SIDE OF THE WALL. 
3 PLAYS. 



See 



OUR LITTLE GIRL, HEIDI, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Elda Brose. 30 1. © Elda Brose; 
lFeb66; DU64907. 



OUR ULTIMATE METALANGUAGE, an after 
dinner talk by F. G. Duncan. 9 1. 
© Peter Zilahy Ingerman; 17Feb66; 
CI8349. 



OUT BACK IN THE CHICKEN-COOP, by Tolan 
Matchinga, pseud, of Caryn Hornstein. 
51 1. © Toian Matchinga; lApr66; 
DU65462. 



OUT FROM UNDER THE MOSS, a play in 
three acts by Roberta Miller. 
167 1. © Roberta Miller; 12May66; 
DU65774 . 



OUTER SPACE AND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS 
A WEEK, by William Dowling. 60 1. 
A play. © William Francis Dowling; 
20Deo65; DU64713. 



OVER THE MOUNTAIN, a play in three 
acts by Joanna M. Glass. 1 v. 
© Joanna M. Glass; 13Apr66; DU65549- 

OZMA OP OZ, a musical play for children 
by Dulce Odriozola (Suzanne P. 
Odriozola) 1 v. 2 acts. Based on 
the book by L. Frank Baum. © Dulce 
Odriozola; 19May66; DU65895. 



PH. D., a play by Louis Harris. 
25 1. © Louis Harris; 19Apr66; 
DU65575 . 

PACKY, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Wallace C. 
Ellis. 30 1. © Wallace C. Ellis; 
lFeb66; DU64880. 

PACKY, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Wallace C. 
Ellis. 31 1. ©Wallace C. Ellis; 
21Apr66; DU65628. 

PAGLIACCI, by Ruggiero Leoncavallo. 
[Edited] by Harriet NordhoLm; 
accompaniments by Frank Cookson. 
Evanston, 111., Summy-Birchard Co. 
8 D. (Birchard opera series) 2 acts. 



Appl. author: Summy-Birchard Co., 
employer for hire of Harriet Nordholm 
& Frank B. Cookson. © Suimny-Birchard 
Co.; lMar66; DP6007 . 

PANAMA CANAL. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
PANAMA CANAL. 



PANDEMONIUM BOX; original story & 
screenplay by Lawrence Weinberg & 
Jules Victor Schwerin. 4th ed . 
119 1. © Jules Victor Schwerin & 
Lawrence Weinberg; 5May66; DU65734 . 

PAOLO PAOLI. See 
THEATRE, III. 

THE PAPERS, a play by Hans Ruesch. 
New version. 144 1. 2 acts. 
© Hans Ruesch; l8Apr66; DU65927. 



PAR LA TAILLE. 
SIZING UP. 



See 



rkrABlHo FOR THE THEATRE; two plays by 
Bertolt Brecht, rev. English versions 
by Eric Bentley. The good woman of 
ijetzuan; The Caucasian chalk circle. 
Minneapolis, University of Minneapolis 
Press. 182 p. NM: translation of 
epilogue to The good woman of Setzuan; 
introd. ©Eric Bentley; 27Sep65; 
A813365-813364. 



PARADE IN DREAMLAND, an original play 
for children by Norman Dorff. Music 
& lyrics by Barbara Carlson. 1 v. 
© Norman Dorff & Barbara Carlson; 
9Feb66; DU65027. 



THE PARADISE STORY, a 4 -act play by 
Wilson Lai. 50 1. ©Wilson Lai; 
l4Jan66; DU64774 . 



PARAGONS AND PARASITES. 
CASTLE MAXIMUS. 



See 



LES PARAVENTS, de Jean Genet. [Decines] 
M. Barbezat. 259 P- © Marc Barbe- 
zat, L'Arbalete; 3Feb6l; DFI839. 



PARENTS AND CHILDREN, a play in four 
acts by Stanley Kiesel. 1 v. 
© Stanley Kiesel; 28Feb66; DU6513O. 

A PARK IS FOR LOVERS; original screen- 
play by Aubrey Wieberg. 1 v. 
© Aubrey Wisberg; 6jun66; DU6596I. 

PARTIDO Y LA RELIGION. See 
THE ITALIAN BED. 



PARTY GIRLS; or. Let's play games. A 
two act comedy by Rudolph Pasquarella. 
108 1. © Rudolph Pasquarella; 17Jan66:, 
DU647B4 . 



PARTY IN ROME, una commedia musicale 
di William Pope. 68 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Text in English 
& Italian. NM: revision & additions. 
© William Pope; 31Mar66; DU65526. 

PAST MIDNIGHT! PAST THE MORNING STAR; 
A script for a one-woman shovj on the 
creative life of Emily Dickinson as 
told through her poetry & letters, 
introd. & arrangement by Julia Beals. 
47 1. © Julia Beals; 17J'-tn66; 
DJ65886. 



PASTORAL CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH IN 
THE MODERN WORLD, by Charles Moeller. 
12 1. (The Theological issues of 
Vatican II) An address. © Univer- 
sity of Notre Dame; l6May66; CI8525. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan. -June 



PASTORAL CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH IN 
THE MODERN WORLD CRITICAL AREAS: 
CULTURE AND POLITICAL LIFE, by 
Roberto Tucci. 12 1. (The Theologi- 
cal Issues of Vatican II) An 
address. © University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; C18522. 

PASTORAL CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH 
IN THE WORLD TODAY: GENESIS, SIGNIF- 
ICANCE, INTRODUCTION, by Mark G. 
McGrath. Jl 1. (The Theological 
issues of Vatican II) An address. 
© University of Notre Dame; l6May66; 
CI8526. 

PATRIOTIC ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS, by Joseph 
Lagnese. Franklin, Ohio, Eldrldge 
Pub. Co. 56 p. (Eldrldge special day 
material) 10 assembly programs. 
©Eldrldge Pub. Co.; lSep65; DP5984 . 



PAUVRE BITOS. See 

ARDELE & PAUVRE BITOS. 



PA VANE, by Jean Claude Van Itallie. 
26 1. A play. © Jean Claude Van 
Itallie; 12Apr66; DU65539. 



THE PAWNS^ a play by Byron Vazakas. 
35 1. 4 scenes. © Byron Vazakas; 
llJan66; DU64762. 



THE PEAR SHAPED BED, by Frances Overton 
Bailey. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Frances Overton Bailey; ^MaySS; 
DU65726. 



A PEBBLE ON THE ROAD, a play in one 
act by Rex Brico. 41 1. © Rex 
Brico; 13Jan66; DU64732. 

PECHE. See 

PIECES CYNIQUES. 

THE PECKING ORDER, a play in 3 acts 
by Len Seaberg (Leonard Seaberg) 
80 1 . © Leonard Seaberg; 26May66; 
DU65g05. 



PENDULUM, a play with music by Louis 
Alfred Voss. 92 1. 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
80ct64, DU61352. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Louis Alfred Voss; 
ltMar66; DU65272. 



THE PENITENT, a play in two acts by 
Kenneth H. Brown. 1 v. © Kenneth H. 
Brown; 26Jan66; DU64975. 

PENNY ARCADE. See 
MISFIT PLAYS, 

THE PEOPLE OF GOD, by Yves Congar. 
1 V. (The Theological issues of 
Vatican II) An address. © University 
of Notre Dame; l6May66; Cl8499. 

THE PEOPLE WORLD OF PHOEBE FRITZ, a 
farce in two acts by Hal 0. Kesler. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 80 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) ©Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 20May66; DP6O59. 

PEPPY, THE CHAMP; script for a sound 
filmstrlp by Patrick Productions. 
Final version. 7 1. (Film & record, 
no. 11) © Patrick Productions, Inc.; 
21Feb66; CI8355. 



FEISIE; piece en trois actes de Pierre 
Edmond Victor, pseud, de Pierrette 
Brx/io. I08 1. © Pierre Edmorid 
Victor; lMar66; DU65038. 



PEREGRINU3. (The stranger) An acting 
version of a 12th-century liturgical 
music-drama from Beauvais transcribed 
and translated by W. L. Smoldon 
(William L. Smoldon) London, Oxford 
University Press. 23 p. © Oxford 
University Press; 18N0V65; DFO-1441. 

A PERFECT FRENZY, a farce in three 
acts by John D. Hess, New York, 
S. French. 98 p. © John D. Hess; 
8Nov65; DPSgitl*. 

THE PERFECT PIDGEON, a comedy in one 
act by Steven Well. 77 1. © Steven 
Well; 20Jun66; DU66078. 



THE PERFECT WIFE, by Camllle Skrivanek. 
104 1. A play in 3 acts. © Camllle 
Skrivanek; 7Jun66; DU66022. 



PERPETUUM MOBILE; Lustspiel in Tiinf 
Akten von Erika Molny, pseud, of 
Erika Pluch. [Vienna] Universal 
Edition. 84 p. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 17Aug65; DFO-1430. 

PESQUEN A ESE HOMBRE; comedia original 
de Jose M. Henriquez. 60 1. 
A screenplay in 23 sequences. © Jose 
M. Henriquez; 5Apr66; DU65299. 



PETA-LESHARO, MAN CHIEF, LAST GREAT 
CHIEF OF THE PAWNEES; story & screen- 
play by X. Brands. 157 1. A screen- 
play. © Jay X. Brands; lApr66; 
DU65516. 



PETER POOK AND HIS HARMONICA, by Marie 
Louise Stine & Claire Zwieg Eyster. 
61. © Marie Louise Stine & Claire 
Z. Eyster; 3Mar66; C18392. 



PETER RABBIT, by Florence B. Jarratt 
& Bess B. King. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Florence Jarratt 
& Bess King; 8Mar66; DU6503O. 



PETERPAT, a comedy in two acts by Enid 
Rudd. New York, S. French. 72 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 20Mar64 , 
DU59815. ©Enid Rudd; 6Dec65; DP5951. 

UN PETIT NID D' AMOUR, de Georges Michel. 
83 1. A play. © Georges Michel; 
23Dec65; DU64925. 

LES PETITES RATS. (The little rats) 
A film play by Arthur Mahoney. 27 1. 
Inspired by the paintings of Edgar 
Degas. Text in English. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 21Jun65, DU63242. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Arthur 
Mahoney; 21Jan66; DU64716. 

PETRA, a comedy with music; words & 
music by Lowell H. Jordan, script by 
Lowell H. Jordan & J. W. Alexander. 
2 v. 2 acts. © Lowell H. Jordan; 
lDeo65; DU64820. 

PETS, by Richard Reich. 1 v. A play. 
© Richard Reich; 21Jan66; DU6494o. 



PETTY ROUND, an Anglo-American comedy 
in 3 acts by Paul Shlnkman. 91 1- 
© Paul Shlnkman; 9Feb66; DU65O25. 

PHAEDRA AND HIPPOLYTUS, MYTH AND 
DRAMATIC FORM; edited by James L. 
Sanderson & Irwin Gopnik. Boston, 
Houghton Mifflin. 338 p. NM: 
additions & revisions. © James L. 
Sanderson & Irwin Gopnik; 25Mar66; 
A83IIOI. 



THE PHANTOM, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Louise 
Kiyono. 35 1. © Louise Kiyono; 
9Jun66; DU65993. 



PHANTOM LODGE, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
I. Fankell. 30 1 . © Irene Pankell; 
lFeb66; DU64869. 



FHEDRE . See^ 
RACINE: PHEDRE. 



PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME! By Brian 
Friel. London, Faber & Faber. 
110 p. 3 episodes. © Brian Friel; 
2Sep65; AFO-47671. 

PHILOCTETES. See 

POUR PLAYS BY SOPHOCLES. 



PHONE CALL TO JOE; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 8 1. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26Jan66; C1827I. 

THE PHOTOGRAPHER, a play in one act by 
Thomas R. Atkins. 28 1. © Thomas 
Radcliffe Atkins; 10Mar66; DU65234. 



PIAZZA SAN PIETRO E BASILICA. 

(St. Peter's Square and the Basilica) 
(St. Peter's in Rome) By Dorothy L. 
Sandler. 7 1. © Sonosystem, S.A.; 
4Mar66; Cl8400. 



PICKLED GRAY MICE IN WARM, 
BUTTER. See 
CAESAR, CAESAR. 



SWEET 



PICTURE GIRL, a musical comedy in two 
acts; music by Richard Sterling, 
lyrics by John Durwood, pseud, of 
Edward Wennlng. 2 v. © Richard 
Sterling & Edward Wennlng; 7Jan66; 
DU64728. 



THE PICTURE ON THE WALL, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by William R. Goodwin. 30 1. 
© William R. Goodwin; 13Jun66; 
DU66o4l. 



PIECES CYNIQUES, par Georges Pillement. 
Lui; La peche; La famille; Marie 
couche-toi IS. Paris, Editions 
Bernard Grasset. 256 p. ©Editions 
Bernard Grasset; 15May66; DFO-1461. 



THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN; book & lyrics 
by Evan Thompson & Joan Shepard, 
music by Joe Bousard. 1 v. A play. 
Based on the poem by Robert Browning. 
© Evan Thompson, Joan Shepard & 
Joe Bousard; 3Mar66; DU65173. 



PIERRE FROM PARIS, by Clay Boland, Jr. 
Nov. lOth revision. 6 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Clay 
Boland, Jr.; 25Jan66; DU64719. 

PIETRO, THE PRINCE OF PATIENCE; words 
& music by Tony Harris. Folder. 
© Bolingar Publishers; 30Mar66; 
C18411. 



PIKE'S PICK, a pilot for a new western 
comedy series. Written 'k created 
by Otto Sedler & Ken Wells, pseud, of 
Donald K. Almlrall. 3I 1. © Donald 
K. Almlrall % Otto H. Sedler; 
llMar66; DU65355. 



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PILGRIMS PRIDE, an irreverent history of 
the life & times of the colonies durinf 
the French & Indian war; conceived & 
written by Bert Lawrence. 24 1. 
A play. © Bert Lawrence; 21Feb66; 
DU65143. 



PILOT FOR PROPOSED 30 MINUTE TV COMEDY 
SERIES, by Gene Ruffini (Eugene 
Ruffini) Script no.l. *31 1- 
© Eugene Ruffini; 28Jan66; DU64981. 



THE PINK SLIP, an original screenplay 
comedy by William Case. 93 !• 
© William Case; 13Apr66; DUesS**?. 



PINKELSTEIN, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Albert 
Eugene Noonan. 30 1 . © Albert 
Eugene Noonan; l6May66; DU65799. 

PINKY, by Goland Ziran. 24 1. A play 
in 3 parts. © Goland Ziran; 23Feb66; 
DU65113. 



PINKY THE PINK POODLE PUPPET, by Myrl 
Jenne. 51. A play. © Myrl Jenne; 
30Mar66; DU65184. 

PIQUILLO. See 

OEUVRES COMPLEMENTAIRES DE GERARD DE 
NERVAL, III. 

THE PIRATE'S OPERA; lyrics by John Gay, 
original rev. , new added by Lydia 
Regehr, new music by Alexander 
Laszlo. Hollywood, Calif., Guild 
Publications of California. 1 v. 
3 acts. John Gay's original Polly, 
the 2d part of The beggar's opera. 
© Guild Publications of California, 
Inc.; 20Apr66; DP6065. 



PISTOL fever; A 3 act play by Robert 
Perlongo, John Hilbert & Stanley 
Smith. l64 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Robert Perlongo, John Hilbert & 
Stanley Smith; l4Apr66; DU65391. 



PIZZICATO, a comedy with music, book & 
lyrics by Crane Wilbur, music by 
Basil Adlam. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Crane Wilbur; 
22Apr66; DU65708. 



PLACE OF WRATH. 
3 PLAYS. 



See 



A PLACE WHERE TWO PEOPLE MEET, a play 
in two acts by Robert Kornfeld. 
66 1. © Robert Kornfeld; 2TMay66; 
DU65915. 



A PLACE WITHOUT MORNINGS, a new play 
by Robert Koesis. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Robert Koesis; 26Apr66; DU65671. 



THE PLAN, by Salvatore Ruggiero. 

1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Salvatore 
A. Ruggiero; 28Mar66; DU65452. 

PLANCTUS MARIAE. (The lament of Mary) 
An acting version of a 14th-century 
liturgical music-drama transcribed 
and translated by W. L. Smoldon. 
(iVilliam L. Smoldon) London, Oxford 
University Press. 14 p. © Oxford 
University Press; 9Dec65; DPO-1440. 



THE PLANTER MAY WEEP, a play in three 
acts by Norman J. Fedder. 78 1. 
© Norman J. Fedder; 6Apr66; DU65497. 



PLASTIC TOWELS RADIO COMMERCIAL, by 
John F. Latham. Sheet. © John F. 
Latham; 24May66; CI8567. 



THE PLAY AND THE READER, by Stanley 
Johnson & others. Englewood Cliffs, 
N. J., Prentice-Hall. 442 p. 
(Prentice-Hall English literature 
series) NM: compilation with introd. 
& notes. © Prentice-Hall, Inc.; 
3Jan66; A824651. 

PLAY BRIDGE WITH THE EXPERTS, by Fred 
Flam (Frederick H. Flam) 5 1- 
Shooting script. © Fred Flam; 
lApr66; C18401. 

THE PLAY READING, a play in seven scenes 
by Ann C. Tuley. 7"+ 1- © Ann C. 
Tuley; 15Mar66; DU65291. 

THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD AND 
RIDERS TO THE SEA, by John Millington 
Synge. Edited by William E. Hart. 
New York, Appleton-Century-Crof ts . 
102 p. (Crofts classics) © Meredith 
Pub. Co.; l8May66; A837048. 



PLAYING AT THE MOON, a play in two acts 
by Steve Magowan (Stephen Charles 
Magowan) 1 v. © Stephen Charles 
Magowan; 10Jun66; DU66107. 

PLAYING IT COOL; recording script for 
Westinghouse Electric Corp. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 22 1. © Westing- 
house Electric Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8283. 



PLAYS ABOUT EARLY MODERN TIMES. See 
AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK III: PLAYS 
ABOUT EARLY MODERN TIMES. 

PLAYS ABOUT MODERN TIMES. See 
AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK IV: PLAYS 
ABOUT MODERN TIMES. 



PLAYS OF THE ^-EAR, VOLUME 29; edited by 
J. C. Trewin. London, Elek Books. 
411 p. Contents: The little clay 
cart, attributed to King Sudraka; 
translated by Revilo Pendleton 
Oliver; adapted by James Roose-Evans. 
--A measure of cruelty, by Steve 
Passeur; adapted by Yvonne Mitchell. 

The creeper, by Pauline Macaulay. 

—Don't let summer come, by Terence 
Feely. © Plays of the Year Co. & 
Elek Books, Ltd.; l8Jan66 (in notice: 
1965); AFO-48330. 



THE PLEASURE PARTY, a play by Lee E. 
Jacobson. 52 1. 1 act. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 30Sep65, DU64087. 
NM: revisions. © Lee E. Jacobson; 
4May66; DU65724 . 

THE PLIGHT OF THE PATENT ATTORNEY 
AMONG ALIEN METALLURGISTS, by James 
J. Burke. 23 1. © James J. Burke; 
8Apr66; CI8455. 

POE IN PROFILE, by Donald Moyle. 47 1. 
An address. Appl.-. states prev. reg. 
29N0V65, CI8IOO. NM: additions. 
© Donald Moyle; l6Feb66; CI8378. 



POETIC VERSION PRESENTED AT THE V/OMEN'S 
ORGANIZATION, by Laure Kahn-Weil. 
Sheet. © Laure Kahn-Well; 7Feb66; 
CI8341. 

POGO THE PUDDLE JUMPER, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Donna Louise Hoffer. 
32 1. © Donna Louise Hoffer; 
25Apr66; DU65655. 



THE POLICE SCANDAL, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Billy G. Ball. 30 1. © Billy G. 
Ball; 8Mar66; DU652OO. 

POLITICAL LIFE, by Roberto Tucci. 
9 1. (The Theological issues of 
Vatican II) An address. © University 
of Notre Dame; l6May66; CI852I. 

POLITIQUE DES RESTES. See 

THEATRE, III. 

POLLY. See 

THE PIRATE'S OPERA. 

PONT DES SOUPIRS. See 
DIE SEUFZERBRUCKE. 

POOR NELLY SHAN'T STARVE, an original 
musical; book, music, & lyrics by 
Chris Gore (Christopher Gore) 84 1. 
2 acts. Based on the life & times of 
one Eleanor Gwyn, actress of the 
Restoration stage & mistress of 
Charles II of England. Book & lyrics 
only. © Christopher Gore; 6Apr66; 
DU65300. 



THE POPE'S MULE AND OTHER TALKING ANI- 
MALS, a trilogy with music & dance by 
Becky Barstow. 36 1 . A play. 
Based on Letters from my mill, by 
Alphonse Daudet. Book only. © Becky 
Barstow; lFeb66; DU64870. 



POPOVER, by Jean Ackermann. 1 v. 

A play in 3 acts. © Jean Ackermann; 
3Jun66; DU659't8. 



THE POPOLATION EXPLOSION, by Mike 
Oppenheim. 1 v, A play in 2 acts. 
© Mike Opperiheim; llfeb66; DU65u4 6. 

PORTRAIT OF A MADHOUSE, a comedy by 
Dan Alan Goldstein. I36 1. 3 acts. 
Adapted from the Constance Garnett 
translation of Fyodor Dostoyevsky ' s 
The friend of the family. © Dan Alan 
Goldstein; l4Mar66; DU65263. 



POSSIBILITIES, ANW'S LIFE, a play in 
three acts by Arthur Pittman. 1 v. 
© Arthur Pittman; 23Feb66; DU65158. 

POSTCARD TO HEAVEN, by James Hovjard 
Lumsden (Jimmy Lumsden) Sheet. 
Narration script. © James Howard 
Lumsden; 8jul66; CI8634 . 



THE POTATO FACTORY, by Richard Gosswil- 
ler. 30 1. A screenplay in 2 
scenes. © Richard Gosswiller; 
13Apr66; DU65578. 



THE POTTER COMPLEX, by Odette Musiel. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Odette 
Musiel; 28Jan66; DU64980. 



THE POTTY CALL, by Joseph H. Lyday. 
3 1. Recording script. © VanLy 
Pub. Co.; 22Dec65; CI8205. 

POWER IS DEATH, a play for the legiti- 
mate stage by Art Hassen. 41 p. 
3 acts. © Art Hassen; 3Jun66; 
DU65836. 

THE POWER OF MY WILL, a play in three 
acts by Mildred Dumas. 47 1. 
© Mildred Dumas; 12May66; DU65685 . 

THE POVffiR OF POSITIVE SPENDING; record- 
ing script for Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 11 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8285. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



PRACTICAL COURSE IN POLITICS. 
THE MAN FROM UNCLE. 



See 



THE PREACHER WORE TWO GUNS, an original 
screenplay by Jonathan Winters & 
John Myhers. 106 1. © John Myhers; 
19Apr66; DU65^58. 

PREGAUZIONE INUTILE. See 
IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA. 



PREVAILING HOPE, a play in three acts 
by Milford E. Ater. 1 v. © Mllford 
Emmett Ater; 10ct60; DP6020 . 



THE PRIMADONNA, a play in three acts by 
Jack B. Kantor (Jacob Kantor) 1 v. 
© Jack B. (Jacob) Kantor; llPeb66; 
DU64815. 

PRINCE OF FOXES, a play in three acts 
dramatized by James Puller, pseud, of 
Clark F. Sergei. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 199 p. From the book by 
Samuel Shellabarger. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 8Mar66; DP60l4 . 

THE PRINCIPAL PROBLEM FOR PROTESTANT 
THEOLOGY TODAY, by Joseph Sittler. 
11 1. A paper. © John XXIII 
Institute, St. Xavier College; 
27Apr66; CI8561. 



PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL, NAVIGATION, 
SECTION A; script of a disc recorded 
narration to be reproduced as an 
educational lecture by Paul E. San- 
derson. 18 1. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
l8Jan66; C18232, 

PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL, NAVIGATION, 
SECTION B; script of a disc recorded 
narration to be reproduced as an 
educational lecture by Paul E. San- 
derson. 22 1. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
l8Jan66; CI8233. 



PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL, NAVIGATION, 
SECTION C; script of a disc recorded 
narration to be reproduced as an 
educational lecture by Paul E. Sander- 
son. 18 1. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Sanderson Films, Inc.; l8Jan56; 
Cl823it. 



A PRIVATE TRIP TO THE BOTTOM; play for 
one character by Ned Starbuck, pseud, 
of Seth Low Weeks, Jr. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Seth Weeks; l4Mar66; DU65277. 



THE PROCESS OF LINGUISTIC CREATION AS 
ILLUSTRATED IN THE SEMITIC LANGUAGES, 
by Joseph B. Sussman. 84 1. 
© Joseph B. Sussman; 2Peb66; C18346. 

PROFESSIONAL TACKLE TIPS FOR THE MOST 
DISCRIMINATING FISHERMAN, by John 
Everett Mowry. 16 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. Cl6042. NM: additions & 
revisions. © John Everett Mowry; 
2Mar66; C18409. 



PROFILES OP CHRISTIAN LOVE; studies in 
I Corinthians Chap. 13, by Jack E. 
Albright. 6 1. Radio script. 
© Jack Edmond Albright; 15Apr66; 
C18466. 



PROGRAM YOUR WEIGHT WITH AUTO-CYBER- 
NETICS, by Amelia Eiben. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Amelia Eiben; 
17May66; 0185^5 . 



THE PROM AND ED, a comedy in one act by 
Floyd Hickok. 22 1. © Floyd Hickok; 
6Jan66; DU6it795- 

LA PROMENADE DU DIMANCHE, de Georges 
Michel. 133 1. Une pl^ce en deux 
actes. © Georges Michel; 23Dec65; 
DU64928. 

PROMETHEUS BOUND. See 

THE ORESTEIA TRILOGY: AGAMEMNON, THE 
CHOEPHOROE, THE EUMENIDES & 
PROMETHEUS BOUND. 

PROMETHEUS SAVIOR, by Ronald Mgle. 
58 1. A play in 2 acts. © Ronald 
Mele; 23Jun66; DU66l22. 



A PROMISE KEPT, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by 
I. May Reese. 33 1. © I- May 
Reese; 20Jun66; DU66075 • 



PROPHET OR LOSS, by Charles G. Laney. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Charles 
Cleveland Laney, Sr.; 12Apr66; 
DU65543. 



PROPHET WITHOUT HONOR, a play in three 
acts by Rowland Posey (Charles Row- 
land Posey) 1 V. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 17Junb5, DU633l4. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Charles Rowland 
Posey; 9Mar66; DU65216. 



PROPHETS OF FAILURE; one act play by 
D. C. Jannopoulo. 2 1. © D. C. 
Jannopoulo; 24Mar66; DU65326. 



THE PROSPECTS OF A PROSPECTOR, an 

original story written & adapted for 
television by Ralph W. Griffith. 
30 1. © Ralph W. Griffith; 9Jun66; 
DU65994 . 

A PROTESTANT POINT OF VIEW, by George 
A. Lindbeck, 18 1. (The Theological 
issues of Vatican II) An address. 
© University of Notre Dame; l6May66; 
C18493. 



A PROTESTANT POINT OF VIEW, by Paul S. 
Minear. 1 v. (The Theological 
issues of Vatican II) An address. 
© University of Notre Dame; l6May66; 
CI85II. 

LA PROVOCATION; trag'edie de Pierre 
Halet. [Bourges, Prance] Comedle de 
Bourges. 105 p. Trois parties. 
© Com6die de Bourges; 23Sep63 ; 
DPI812. 



PRUNELLA AND BLURR, a play by Jerome 
Max. 14-5 1. 2 acts. © Jerome Max; 
23Peb66; DU6518I. 



PSYCHO-DYNAMIC SUCCESS SELLING, by Jarne;: 
0. Cornetet. 15 1. Address. 
© James 0. Cornetet; 7Peb66; CI8340. 

PSYCHOTHERAPY AND THE OBJECTIVIST 

ETHICS, a paper by Nathaniel Branden. 
25 1. A lecture. ©Nathaniel 
Branden; lApr66; C18452. 

A PUBLIC NUISANCE IN TWO ACTS, a play 
with songs by Millard Lampell (Milton 
Lampell) 1 v. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Millard Lampell; 
l8Apr66; DU65439. 



THE PUCE WILDEBEEST, by Barry Brodie. 
33 1. A play in 3 acts. © Barry 
Thomas Brodie; 2May66; DU65717. 



PUPPETS IN THE CORNFIELD, by William 
Whipple. 19 1. A play. © William 
Whipple; 31May66; DU660OI. 



THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS; address by 
Ben Hinden. 12 1. ©Ben Hinden; 
9Feb66; CI8343. 



Q 



QUAI, See 

THREE CAPSULE DRAMAS. 



QUALITY EDUCATION, a drama in three 
acts by Marilyn Wolf, pseud, of 
Marjory Soffer. 117 1- © Marjory 
Soffer; 23May66; DU65864 . 

QUALITY, QUANTITY & COST, by Jud Morris. 
71. An address. © Jud Morris; 
21Jan66; CI8318. 



QUANTIZATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION 
AND ITS IMPLICATIONS; lecture prepared 
for oral delivery by Jesse Elson. 
71. © Jesse Elson; 8Feb66; C18342. 



A QUARTER INCH FROM HAIL, a one act 
play in three scenes by Jim Doyle 
(James J. Doyle) 34 1. © James J. 
Doyle; l6Feb66; DU55058. 

THE QUEEN & THE ROBE, by Ronald Mele. 
18 1. A play. © Ronald Mele; 
23Jun66; DU6612I. 



QUEEN OF CRAGS, a play in three acts by 
Robert Jonathan Kornfeld. 128 1. 
© Robert Kornfeld; 31May66; DU65954 . 



QUEEN OF DIAMONDS, an audience partici- 
pation game show for television broad- 
cast by Edgar M. Heltman. 24 1. 
© Edgar M. Heltman; 2Feb66; C18243. 



QUEENS FOR A WEEK, a comedy in three 
acts by Frances Craze. IO3 1. 
© Frances Craze; 28Feb66; DU65122. 



A QUESTION PLEASE, a play in two acts 
by Forrest G. Smith. 157 1- 
© Forrest G. Smith; 20Jun66; DU66086 . 



QUI EST LE GARDIEN DE TON FRERE? (Who 
is your brother's keeper?) Une con- 
ference sur la Science Chr^tienne de 
Neil H. Bowles. 29 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. C17618. NM: translation. 
© Neil H, Bowles; 17Feb66; Cl83l4. 



QUIET ROOM FOUR, by Tullio Garzone. 
27 1. A play. Lyrics for 1 song. 
© Tullio Garzone; 2May66; DU65719. 



QUIET THUNDER, a melodrama in three 
acts by Jerry L. Evans, pseud, of 
Laurence S. Liebson, Sr. 1 v. 
© Laurencfc S. Liebson, Sr.; 31May66; 
DU65922. 

THE QUISLINGS OF LIBERIE, a play in 
three acts by D. J. Doyle. 114 1. 
© Donald John Doyle; 23May66; 
DU65878. 



R 



RABINAL ACHI. See 

CLAWS OF THE EAGLE, CLAWS OF THE 
JAGUAR . 



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1966 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



39 



THE RACER; series of TV scripts created 
by Tom Hofsommer (Thomas G. Hofsommer) 
Episode: Bad day at Lincoln's Glen, 
written by Jerry Connelly (Gerald E. 
Connelly) & Tom Hofsommer. 62 1. 
© Thomas Gerald Hofsommer & Gerald 
E. Connelly; 3Mar66; DU6517t . 



RACINE: PHEDRE, a new English trans- 
lation in rhymed alexandrine couplets 
by William Packard. 1 v. A play in 
5 acts. © William Packard; 17Jan66; 
DU64724 . 



RAG ROLL, by Mary Lou Robinson. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Mary Louise 
Robinson; 24Jan66; DU64836. 



THE RAIN ON THEIR FACES, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Raymond R. Sherp. 30 1. 
© Raymond R. Sherp; l6May66; DU65803. 



RALPH ANP ROSEY TEEVEE; Episode 1: 
Yea, team by Michael Premlnger. 
28 1. A screenplay. ©Michael 
Premlnger; 30Jun66; DU66155. 

RALPH AND ROSEY TEEVEE; Episode 2; 
My kingdom for a clay horse by 
Michael Premlnger. 31 1 . A screen- 
play. ©Michael Premlnger; 30Jun66; 
DU66l5i( . 

RALPH AND ROSEY TEEVEE; Episode J: 
Ah, sour, sour failure by Michael 
Premlnger. 31 1. A screenplay. 
© Michael Premlnger; 30Jun66; 
DU66I56. 



THE RANGERS, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Freddie 
Picou. 32 1. © Freddie Picou; 
13Jun66; DU66038. 



THE RAPISTS, by Dennis L. Turner. 
65 1. A play in 3 acts. © Dennis 
Lance Turner; 30Jun66; DU66I58. 



THE RARE (SINGING) BIRD, by C. C. Turman 
& P. M. Lighthill. 2 1. © C. C. Tur- 
man & P. M. Lighthill; 2ifJan66; 

CI 8320. 



THE RARE (SINGING) BIRD, by C. C. Tur- 
man & P. M. Lighthill. 11 p. 
A play in 3 scenes. © Christina 
Carroll Turman & Peggie M. Lighthill; 
24jan66; DU66087. 



THE RAT RACE, a three act drama by 

Walter Douglas Rice. 96 1. © Walter 
Douglas Rice; 29Mar66; DU65419. 



READY WHEN YOU ARE, C. B.! A comedy 

in two acts by Susan Slade. New York, 
S. French. 85 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as A hundred percent Annie, 
22Aug60. © Susan Slade; 8Nov65; 
DP5945. 



REAL JUSTICE; comedy in one act by ■ 
Franz Geisz. 10 1. © Franz Gelsz, 
Sr., Marie W. Geisz, Sr. & Franz 
Wolf Geisz, Jr.; 26Apr66; DU65674. 



A REASONABLY PRUDENT MAN, by Marguerite 
M. Dolan. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Marguerite M. Dolan; l4Feb66; 
DU65048. 



RECIPE, by Tatham-Laird & Kudner. 
1 V. 5 55-sec. radio commercials. 
© Duncan Foods Co.; 2May66; CI8586. 

RECONCILIATION. See 
A FESTIVAL AFFAIR. 



RECORDING NINE, by Rhoda Hart. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Rhoda Hart; 
20Jan66; CI8352. 

THE RECRUITING OFFICER, by George 

Farquhar, edited by Michael Shugrue. 
Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press 
137 p. (Regents Restoration drama 
series) 5 acts. NM: introd., 
appendixes, explanatory notes. 
© University of Nebraska Press; 
30Dec65; A813926. 

THE RED AND THE BLACK, a psychological 
drama in three acts by Greta Hartwig, 
pseud, of Margarethe H. Manschinger. 
54 1. Based on Stendhal's Le rouge 
et le noir . © Greta Hartwig; 
17Mar66; DU65318. 

RED BUMBLEBEE. See 
THE SCOUNDRELS. 

THE RED CARPET, a three act play by 
Laurence Gray Worcester. 80 1. 
© Laurence Gray Worcester; 15Feb66; 
DU64946. 



RED CROSS, a play by Sam Shepard. 
21 1. © Sam Shepard; 9Jun66; 
DU65942. 



RED OVER RED; or. Agent 36 - 24 - 36. 
By MPO Pictures. Rev. Jan. 5, 1966. 
136 1. A screenplay. © MPO Pictures, 
Inc.; 23Mar66; DU65454. 

RED'S MY COLOR, WHAT'S YOURS? A play 
without love by Norman Wexler. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Norman Wexler; 23May66; 
DU65875 . 



REFERRALS UNLIMITED, by J . W. Morris. 
8 1. Address. © J. W. Morris; 
23Deo65; C18209. 



THE REGULATORS, by Gary Martin. 110 1. 
A play. © Gary Martin; 5Jan66; 
DU64735. 



REINFORM SYSTEM, by Guy P. Thibaudeau. 
A talk. 16 1. © Guy P. Thibaudeau; 
27Apr66; CI8584 . 



THE RELUCTANT ADMIRALS; screenplay by 
Edward Mann, pseud, of Edward Geltman, 
& Allan Ramsen, pseud, of Alvan Abram- 
sen. 122 1. © Alvan Abramsen & 
Edward Geltman; 6May66; DU65664 . 



RELUCTANT SEED, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Marie McLaughlin. 33 1. © Marie 
McLaughlin; 25Apr66; DU65652. 

REMEMBERING FOREVER, an original screen- 
play treatment by Hardin & Joanna 
Walsh. 13 1. © Hardin D. & Joanna 
Walsh; l8May66; A842247. 



REMEMBRANCE OP THINGS PAST. 
SILHOUETTE. 



See 



RENT SUPPLEMENT, LOCATION ANALYSIS, 
by John Richard Lynch. 5 1- 
© John Richard Lynch; 6May66; 
C 185 37 . 



REQUIEM FOR A MOTHER SUPERIOR, a drama 
in three acts by Richard DeVan. 
399 1. © Richard DeVan; 7Feb66; 
DU65OIO. 

RESCUE. See 

AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK III: PLAYS 
ABOUT EARLY MODERN TIMES. 

RESTORATION; edited, with an introd., by 
Alan S. Downer & Arthur C. Kirsoh. 
New York, Dell Pub. Co. 512 p. 
(Dell, 7370) (Laurel masterpieces of 
world literature) Appl. author: Dell 
Pub. Co., Inc., employer for hire. 
NM: editorial compilation, revision, 
introd. & commentary. © Dell Pub. Co , 
Inc.; 21Jan65; A807863. 

THE RESURRECTION, a tragedy in the 

form of a religious pageant, an antx- 
antiplay by Robert Hervey Clark. 
35 1. A play in 2 acts. © Robert 
Hervey Clark; 3May66; DU65716. 



RETURN TICKET, a comedy by William 
Corlett. London, English Theatre 
Guild. 76 p. (Guild library) 
2 acts. © William Corlett; 3Feb66; 
DFI837. 



THE REVELATION OF ST. CARROL, a dramatic 
work of art by St. Carrol, pseud, of 
Carrie Rasln. 79 1. 22 scenes. 
© Carrie Rasln; 21Jun66; DU66099 ■ 



REVENGE BY BLACKMAIL; original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Sam Carl Schwartz. 30 1 . © Sam 
Carl Schwartz; 25Apr66; DU65636. 



REVILLE AT ENDSVILLE, by Dorothy S. 
Sadler. 146 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Dorothy S. Sadler; 9Jun66; DU66095 . 

REVOLT OF THE ELDERS, a comedy in 3 actt 
by Ben Simcoe. 153 1. © Ben Simcoe; 
llFeb66; DU65096. 

REVOLT OF THE ROBOTS; original screen- 
play by Aubrey Wisberg. 1 v. 
© Aubrey Wisberg; 20Jajn66; DU64934. 



REVOLVER 7613, CASE I8; original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Doug Wilkinson (Douglas Wilkinson) 
30 1. © Douglas Wilkinson; l6May66; 
DU65786. 



RHODE ISLAND PROFILES, NO. 27-60; 
written by Florence Markoff. 1 v. 
34 radio scripts. © Mrs. Henry VI. 
Markoff; 5Jan66; 01 8241. 



RHODE ISLAND PROFILES, NO. 61-104, by 
Florence Markoff. 1 v. 44 recording 
scripts. © Mrs. Henry W. Markoff; 
l4Apr66; C18465. 

RHODESIA. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
RHODESIA. 



RHYME AND TREASON, a play by Terenc-3 
Journet. London, S. French. 36 p. 
(French's acting edition) © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 30Dec65; DFO-1456. 

RICHARD THE SECOm, 1597. [Introd. by] 
Charlton Hinman. Oxford, Clarendon 
Press. 1 v. (Shakespeare quarto 
facsimiles, no. 13) © Oxford Uni- 
versity Press; 28Apr66; AI-IOII9. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



RIDE A BIG HORSE, a script for tele- 
vision by Vincent Harta . 32 1. 
2 scenes. © Vincent Harta; 10Mar66; 
DU655it7. 



A RIDE ON THE rSaDING, by John Cooper 
& Peter Sperling. l_v. A play in 
2 acts. © John Cooper & Peter 
Sperling; 4Feb66; DU65OOO. 

RIDERS TO THE SEA. See 

THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD AND 
RIDERS TO THE SEA. 



RIGHT FROM THE START; recording script 
for Admiral Corp. by Jam Handy Orga- 
nization. 91. © Admiral Corp.; 
26Jan66; C18249. 



RIGHT THE FIRST TIME I Recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Orgainization. 13 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp. ; 
26Jan66; CI8280. 



RINDERCELLA, by Archie Campbell. 

Sheet. © Peer International Corp.; 
24Mar66; C18490. 



RIVERRUN, a play in one act by Daniel 
Rank, pseud, of Daniel R. McGlynn. 
1 V. © Daniel R. McGlynn; 4Peb66; 
DU65001. 



THE ROAD BACK, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Edythe E. 
Davis. 30 1. © Edythe E. Davis; 
lFeb66; DU64897 . 

ROAD STAND, a play in 24 scenes by 
Valerie Alison, pseud, of Victoria 
Arel Lucas. 1 v. © Victoria Arel 
Lucas; l4Feb66; DU64969. 



ROBBIE, an original script intended for 
motion picture production by Joseph 
Sullivan. IO5 1. © Joseph Sullivan; 
26Jan66; DU64953. 



ROBERT LEE, a new play in two acts by 
Robert M. Morris. 1 v. © Robert 
Mack Morris % Kathleen Elaine Morris; 
24Mar66; DU65376. 

ROBERTO DEVEREUX, di G. Donizetti; 
tragedia lirica in tre atti di 
Salvadore Cammarano. Revisione di 
Mario Parenti. Milan, Ricordi. 
155 p. Canto e pianoforte. NM: 
additions & revisions. © G. Ricordi k 
C, S.P.A.; 30Dec65; DFI813. 



ROI SE MEURT. See 
THEATRE, IV. 



THE ROLE OF VISUAL MATERIALS, by Helen 
F. Roberts. 12 1. © Helen F. 
Roberts; 3May66; CI8532. 



ROMAN COURTMARTIAL, an historical play 
by Jesse J. Johnson. 39 1- 2 acts. 
© Jesse J. Johnson; 20May66; 
DU6585I. 

ROMEO AMD JULIET, by William Shakespeare; 
textual editors Louis B. Wright & 
Virginia A. LaMar. New York, Wash- 
ington Square Press. 1 v. (Reader's 
enrichment series, RE326. Chairman, 
Board of Editors; Harry Shefter. Con- 
tributing editor; Oscar H. Fidell) 
(The Folger Library general reader's 
Shakespeare) 5 acts. NM; teacher's 
manual & reader's supplement. © Wash- 
ington Square Press, Inc.; 150ct65; 
A842214. 



ROMEO AND JULIET, by William Shakes- 
peare & WEST SIDE STORY; book by 
Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard 
Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. 
Introd. by Norris Houghton, notes by 
John Bettenbender. New York, Dell 
Pub. Co. 254 p. (Dell, 7483) 
(Laurel-leaf library) West side story 
book & lyrics only. Appl. author: 
Dell Pub. Co., Inc., employer for 
hire. NM: introd., editorial compi- 
lation & notes. © Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 
l6Sep65; A807855. 



ROMY, LA TRAGEDIA PROIBITA, di Carlo 
Caocci; con 2 disegnl dl Gilberto 
Buccaran. 1st ed. Torino [Italy] 
Casa Editrice Antelminelli. 39 p. 
(Biblioteca di teatro, commedle & 
drammi, l) 2 atti. © Casa Editrice 
Antelminelli; lJan66; DFO-1446. 



THE ROOMING HOUSE, a play in two acts 
by Robert Butler. 119 1. © Robert 
Butler; l8Apr66; DU65563. 

THE ROPE, a one-act play by Norman 
Wexler. I5 1. © Norman Wexler; 
23May66; DU65876. 



RORY CALHUEN, a play in three acts 

by Louis A. Malone. 39 !• © Louis A. 
Malone; l6Feb66; DU65062. 



THE ROSE MAN, by Leon Gillen. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Leon Gillen; 
15Jun66; DU66051. 



THE ROYAL HUNT OF THE SUN, a play 
concerning the conquest of Peru 
by Peter Shaffer. London, Hamish 
Hamilton. 84 p. 2 acts. © Peter 
Shaffer, Ltd.; 28jan65 (in notice: 
1964); AF24418. 



RULE OUT THE SYNTHESIS, a play in three 
acts by H. David Eshleman. 64 1. 
© Harry David Eshleman; 24Peb66; 
DU65185. 



RUN, BILLIE, RUN, by Otway Crockett. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Otway 
Crockett; 21Jan66; DU64973- 

RUN, SHEEP, RUN! A children's game by 
Thomas Joseph Quirk. 8 1. A play. 
© Thomas Joseph Quirk; 28Jan66; 
DU64859. 



S'EVEILLER A UNE VIE NOUVELLE; con- 
ference sur la Science Chr^tienne de 
Florence C. Southwell. 31 1. (Full 
report, no. 3) Appl. states prev. 
reg. CI7723. © Florence C. Southwell; 
7Feb66; (118244. 



S. 0. B. , a new comedy by Dot DeCamp 
(Dorothy DeCamp) 77 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Dorothy DeCamp; 21Feb66; 
DU64941. 



SABLE. (Did she or didn't she?) A 
mystery musical comedy written by 
Kelly Klley, pseud, of Catherine 
Helen Lewis. 1 v. 3 acts. © Cath- 
erine Helen Lewis; 20Apr66; DU6582I. 

DIE SACKGASSE. (A strange impasse) 
Stuck in drei Akten von Louis S. 
Bardoly. Deutsche Bearbeitung von 
Ulrich del Mestre. I3I p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 310ct60, DU51959. 
© Louis S. Bardoly & Ulrich del 
Mestre; 17Jan66; DU65697. 



SAEMTLICHE KASPERLKOMOEDIEN. 
THE WISHING FAIRY. 



See 



SAID ONE BROTHER TO THE OTHER, a "?" 
in two acts by Joe Saute r. 1 v. 
A play. © 7/13 Productions, Ltd.; 
22Mar66; DU65449. 



SAINT JANE, by Robert Hogan. Dixon, 
Calif., Proscenium Press. 16 p. 
(The Short play series, no. 2) 
4 scenes. © Robert Hogan; llApr66; 
DP6039. 



ROCKETSHIPS, ANYONE? An original 
musical comedy drama by Vivienne 
Lebarr, pseud, of Vivienne Lebhar. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book only. © Vivienne 
Lebhar; 19Jan66; DU64813. 



THE ROCOCO CONFESSIONAL, a comedy in 
one act by Gather MacCallum. 28 1. 
© Gather MacCallum; 9Jun66; DU65984 . 



RODNEY, a comedy in three acts by 
Robert Flelschman. 1 v. © Robert 
Fleischman; 13Jun66; DU66IIO. 

LE ROI LEAR, de William Shakespeare. 
Traduit de 1' anglais par Jean Louis 
Curtis. [Paris] Gallimard. 285 p. 
5 acts. © Editions Gallimard; 
15Nov65; DFO-1435. 



THE ROSE NEVER FORGETS, a play by 
T. M. J. (Theodore Malcolm Jenkins) 
84 1. 3 acts. © Theodore Malcolm 
Jenkins; 13Jun66; DU66032. 



ROSES IN THE SQUARE, by Loren Reyher. 
83 1. A play in 3 acts. © Loren D. 
Reyher; 12Jan66; DU64763. 

ROSMERSHOLM. See 

A DOLL'S HOUSE, GHOSTS, AN ENEMY OP 
THE PEOPLE, ROSMERSHOLM. 

ROUGE ET LE NOIR. See 
THE RED AND THE BLACK. 



ROUNDELAY; libretto by Jerry Douglas, 
score by Hal Jordan (Harold Jordan) 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Jerry Douglas & Hal Jordan; 21Mar66; 
DU65386. 



ST. PETER'S IN ROME. See 

PIAZZA SAN PIETRO E BASILICA. 



ST. PETER'S SQUARE AND THE BASILICA. 
See 
PIAZZA SAN PIETRO E BASILICA. 



SAINTE EUROPE. 
THEATRE, III. 



See 



UNE SAISOW AU CONGO; theatre de Aime 
Cesaire. Paris, Editions du Seuil. 
127 p. 3 actes. © Editions du Seuil; 
30Mar66; DFO-1470. 

SALOON, a play in three scenes by 
Sally Netzel. 1 v. Inspired by 
Ryland Merkey, inspired by George 
Segal. © Sally Ann Netzel; 21Feb66; 
DU6508O. 



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SAM STILLER, PRIVATE EYE; or. Footprints 
on the river. A musical detective 
story for children by Peggy Simon, 
Sue Lawless & John Clifton, pseud, of 
John Kestner. 1 v. 2 acts. © Peggy 
Simon, Sue Lawless & John Clifton; 
21Peb66; DU65O72. 

SAMARRA AT SEVEN, a play in three acts 
by Anne Paolucci. I80 1. © Anne 
Paolucci; 4Feb66; DU64968. 



SAMOTHRACE TERRACE, a play in two acts 
by Milton Hood Ward. 1 v. © Milton 
Hood Ward; 28Feb66; DUe^^ggi. 



SAMUEL, SAMUEL, by Grant G. Cannon. 
79 1. 3 acts. © Grant G. Cannon; 
17Mar66; A8i8677 . 

DIE SANFTE TIGERIN, von Albert Heider 
?c Silke Minx, pseud, of Blandine 
F'^lnB;er. 45 1. A play in ^ acts. 
© Albert Heider ^ Blandine Ebinger; 
22Jun66; DU66I37. 



SANTA AND I, by Louis Gatto, Amerigo 
Cottone & Michael Bigler. 36 1. 
A play in 3 parts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 26Feb65, DU625ltO. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Louis 
Francis Gatto, Amerigo Michael 
Cottone & Michael R. Bigler; 21Mar66; 
DU65338. 



THE SCARRED EYE; written by J . C. 
Noriega. 51 1- A play in 2 acts. 
© Jerry C. Noriega; 3Mar66; DU65218. 



SCAT! By James Stely, pseud, of 
Willie J. Calhoun. 117 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © James Stely; 28Mar66; 
DU65'H7. 



SCENARIO OF BALLAD OF A SOLDIER; edited 
by Laurence C. Thompson & others; 
original Russian screenplay by 
V. Yezhov & G. Chukhrai. New York, 
Harcourt, Brace & World. 137 p. 
Title transliterated. Text in Russian 
& English. NM: additions. © Bar- 
court, Brace & World, Inc.; 27Jan66j 
A816606. 



DER SCHLtfSSEL; Beinahe eln Kriminalstuck 
in sieben Bildern von Franz G. Bagge. 
[Vienna] Universal Edition. 103 p. 
© Universal Edif-ion, A.G.; llAufl;65 ; 
•DFO-1423. 



SCHLUMP, by W. W. Hillier. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © William W. 
Hillier; 10Mar66; DU65233. 



SCHOOL FOR FOOLS, a play in one act, 
one scene by M . J. Hartman. kg 1. 
© Michael John Hartman; 24May66; 
DU6596O . 



SCRAMBLE, a live TV competitive program 
by Arthur L. Pekarek. ^t 1. © Arthur 
L. Pekarek; 24Jan66; C18246. 

SCREEN TEST, by Ronald Tavel . 1 v. 
A play. © Ronald Tavel; l^DeceS; 
DU6t711. 

SCRIPTURAL ASPECTS OF THE DOGMATIC 
CONSTITUTION ON DIVINE REVELATION, 
by Barnabas Ahern. 1 v. (The 
Theological issues of Vatican II) 
An address. © University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; Cl8497. 



THE SEA, a play in tv/o acts by 
Frederic Lansing Day. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 10ct23. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Frederic 
Lansing Day; 22Apr66; DU6563I. 



SEA WALL, by Goldie Falk Kossow. 236 1, 
A screenplay. © Goldie Falk Kossow; 
12Jan66; DU6it767 . 



SEASON AT SARSAPARILLA. 
FOUR PLAYS. 



See 



A SEASON FOR INSECTS, a play by Wil- 
liam B. Duff. 1 v. 2 acts. © Wil- 
liam B. Duff; l9Jan66; DU64828. 

SECOND BEST BED. See 
ONCE OVERNIGHTLY. 



SATAN'S CHILDE, a play in three acts 
by Wallace Dace. 156 1." © Wallace 
Dace; 4Apr66; DU65518. 



SATURDAY NIGHT, a comedy in two acts 
by Dee Robinson (Dora Robinson) & 
Mel Edwards (Melvin Edwards) 1 v. 
© Dora Robinson & Melvin Edwards; 
7Mar66; DU65194. 



SAUERKRAUT AND BOSTON BEANS, a musical 
in two acts; music by Thomas A. 
Lanese, book & lyrics by Edna J. 
Carmean. 1 v. © Thomas A. Lanese & 
Edna J. Carmean; 23Mar66; DU6546l. 



SAUL; or. The two-edged sword. By 
Ernest Ferlita. 1 v. A play in k 
acts. © Ernest Ferlita; 7Mar66; 
DU6519O. 



SAVONAROLA, an original play by Leonard 
Moran. 1 v. 2 acts. © Leonard 
Moran; l4Mar66; DU65274. 



A SAXAPHONE FOR AMERICA, a full length 
play by Mark Berman. 128 1. © Mark 
Berman; 10Jan66; DU6't749. 



A SCALE FOR DIKE, a contemporary 
tragedy in three acts by Gloria 
Roddey. 1^7 1. © Gloria J. Roddey; 
9Nov65; DP5938. 



THE SCAPEGOAT, by George Lindsey. 65 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © George Lindsey; 
l4Feb66; DU6505I. 

SCARLET LULLABYE, by Elliott Taubenslag. 
88 1. © Elliott Taubenslag; 20May66; 
EU65899. 

SCARLETT AND PIERRE, THE PEOPLE WATCHERS! 
Recording script for S. S. Kresge Co. 
by Jam Handy Organization. 5 1. 
© S. S. Kresge Co.; 26Jan66; CI8307. 



THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL, by Richard 
Brinsley Sheridan; edited by John 
Loftis. New York, Appleton-Century- 
Crofts. 110 p. (Crofts classics) 
5 acts. NM: introd., bibliography, 
editor's footnotes. © Meredith Pub. 
Co.; 24jan66; A815473. 



SCHOONER OF PARADISE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Elmer C. Brandt. 31 1- © Elmer C. 
Brandt; 21Apr66; DU65629. 

THE SCIENCE OF CELESTIAL MATTER, by 
Kris Holgae, pseud, of Holger L. 
Christensen. Sheet. © Holger L. 
Christensen; l4Apr66; Cl848b. 

LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE ET LES RELATIONS 
HUMAINES. (Christian Science and 
human relationships) Conference sur 
la Science Chr^tienne de Charles M. 
Carr. 29 1. © Charles M. Carr; 
lJun66; 0185*^9. 

THE SCIENCE OF CYBERNETICS IN MARKETING, 
a live presentation delivered by 
W. Heartsill Wilson. 33 1- Appl. 
states prev. reg. 12Mar64, CI6609. 
NM: additions & revisions. © W. Heart - 
sill Wilson; 26Jan66; Cl8208. 

SCOTCH ON THE ROCKS: scenario by Edith 
W. Gilbert. 154 1. 3 acts. 
© Edith W. Gilbert; 24Mar66; 
DU65374 . 

THE SCOUNDREL. (Na vsakogo mudretsa 
dovolno prostoty) A comedy in five 
acts by Alexander Ostrovsky. Trans- 
lated from the Russian by Eugene 
Bristow. 76 1. © Eugene K. Bristow; 
6Apr66; DU65495- 



THE SCOUNDRELS, a comedy in three acts 
by Robert Craig. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as The red bumblebee, 
1937. NM: re-write & editorial 
revision. © Robert L. Craig; 
31May66; DU65925 ■ 



THE SECRET OF LAVTSHBUCK HALL; children' 
play by Beth Goff. 29 1 . 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Beth T. Goff; 
24Feb66; DU65569. 



THE SECRET OF THE CAVERN, an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Byron Cajnpbell, pseud, of 
Aulden P. Allen. 30 1. © Aulden P. 
Allen; lPeb66; DU64903. 



A SECULAR RELATION TO GOD, by Charles C. 
West. 11 p. Address. © Charles C. 
West; 5Jan66; CI8219. 



THE SECURITY CAR CARE SYSTEM; announce- 
ment Elldefilm for the American Oil 
Co. by Wilding. Writer: Ken Wiley. 
Rev. Dec. 20, I965 . 26 1. Narration 
script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 29Mar66; 
C18426. 

SEE NOT THROUGH SOMBER EYES, SPEAK 
NOT WITH SADDEN LIPS. See 
THE DESERTERS. 



THE SEEDS OF HATE, by Dennis Roberts. 
76 1. A play in 3 acts. © Dennis 
Roberts; 17Feb66; DU65064 . 



SEEN KISSING, a comedy in three acts 
by Arthur Marx. 1 v. © Arthur 
Marx; l4Mar66; DU65266. 

THE SELF-MADE MAN, by Robert Becker. 
64 1. A play in 2 acts. © Robert 
Becker; 28Mar66; DU654l6. 



SELL MORE WITH ADMIRAL; recording script 
for Admiral Corp. by Jam Handy Orga- 
nization. 9 1. © Admiral Corp.; 
26Jan66; CI8253. 



SELLING SECRETS OF SEVEN STAR STEREO 
SALESMEN; recording script for Admiral 
Corp. by Jam Handy Organization. 
10 1. © Admiral Corp.; 26jan66; 

CI 8250. 



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Jan.-June 



SENIOR COUNTDOWN, a play especially 
adapted for senior class night pro- 
grams by Inez R. Yeager. 32 p. 
(A Woolard play) Book & lyrics 
only. © Mrs. J. M. Woolard; 
l8Jan66; DP6037 . 

SENIOR FOLLIES, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Florence Boyd Truesdell. 55 1- 
© Florence Boyd Truesdell; 5Jul66; 
DU66088. 



THE SERGEANT RAWLINS STORY, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Rawlins. 32 1. © H. A. Rawlins; 
lFeb66; DU64878. 

SERVETUS, a chronicle of the XVIth 
century by Robert A. Jacobs-. 71 1. 
13 scenes. © Robert A. Jacobs; 
10Mar66; DUb5238. 



SETUP FOR GLORY, by Howard Pflanzer. 
52 1. A play. © Howard Pflanzer; 
l!iJun66; DU66048. 

DIE SEUFZERBRiJCKE. (Le Pont des 
Soupirs) Von Jacques Offenbach. 
Komische Oper in zwei Akten, vier 
Bildern von Hector Crdnieux & 
Ludovic Hale'vy, Deutsche Ubersetzung 
von Otto Maag, bearb. von Josef 
Helnzelmann, musikalische Einrichtung 
von Konrad Roetscher. Berlin, Bote 
& Bock. 64 p. Libretto. © Bote 
& B-.ck; 28Sep65; DFO-1443. 



SE\'EN DAYS HATH DECEMBER, by Arthur 
Jasspe. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
NM: revisions. © Arthur Jasspe; 
2Mar66; DU65172. 

SEVEN DAYS IN MAY, a play by Kristin 
Sergei. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
175 p. 2 acts. Based on the book 
by Fletcher Knebel & Charles W. 
Bailey II. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
10Mar66; DP6013. 



SEVEN GOLDEN MEN STRIKE AGAIN. (II 
grande colpo dei sette uomini d'oro) 
Story & screenplay by Marco Vicario. 
166 1. © Atlantica Cinematograf ia 
Produzione Films, S.R.L.; llFeb66; 
DU65043. 



SEVEN SHORT PLAYS, by Crane Johnson. 
New York, Theatre Press. 80 p. 
© Crane Johnson; 8Dec65; A809152. 



SEVEN STRANGE PLAYS, by Crane Johnson. 
New York, Theatre Press. 77 P. 
© Crane Johnson; 28Feb66; A83IOII. 

SEVENTH CASE OF TROPHY BREEN. See 
I SAY GOTHIC BECAUSE, 



SEXUAL INTERCOURSE DURING PREGNANCY AS 
A POSSIBLE CAUSE OF MENTAL RETARDA- 
TION, by Roman Rechnitz Limner. 
15 1. © Roman Rechnitz Limner; 
10May66; C18488. 



SHADES OF CORAL, a play in three acts 
by W. R. Macdonald. IO6 1. © William 
R. Macdonald; 31Mar66; DIJ65459. 



SHADOW OF A DREAM, by Janet Shafroth. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Janet 
Shafroth; 23Feb66; DU65IO9. 



SHAKESPEARE FOR THE FAMILY. Macbeth & 
A midsummer night's dream. Illus- 
trated by Edwin A. Abbey. Bank of 
America. 265 p. (American family 
library classics, no. 2) With the 
famous story form as told by Charles 
& Mary Lamb. © American Press, Inc . j 
17May66; A841199. 



SHAWGO'S PLACE, by Karl Eigsti. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Karl Eigsti; 
3May66; DU65723. 



SHE DID WHAT SHE DID AND SHE LOVED IT, 
the lively goings-on of a quixotic 
dame of delight by Frank L. Baer. 
13 1. Book & lyrics only. © Frank L. 
Baer; 17Jan66; DU64782. 

SHE SAW THE EARTH OPEN, by William 
Whipple. 25 1. A play. © William 
Whipple; 28Feb66; DU6513I. 



SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER; or, The mistakes 
of a night. By Oliver Goldsmith; 
Illustrated & decorated by T. M. 
Cleland & with an introduction by 
Louis Kronenberger. New York, 
Limited Editions Club. 121 p. 5 acts. 
© George Macy Companies, Inc.; 
8Jul64; A822554. 

THE SHELL GAME, a play for the stage by 
Douglas Bankson. 71 1- A musical 
play in 2 parts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Shellgame. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Douglas 
Bankson; l6Mar66; DU653IO. 



SHELTER PROM THE NIGHT, a play by 
Richard Woodworth, pseud, of 
Myron G. Woodworth. I68 1. 
Includes lyrics for some songs. 
© Myron G. Woodworth; 4May66; 
DU65727. 



THE SHELTERED LIFE, a comedy by Don L. 
Luftig. 1 v. 2 acts. © Don Luftig 
Enterprises, Inc.; 5May66; DU65732. 

THE SHOCK OF RECOGNITION, by Robert 

Anderson. 30 1. A play. © Robert W. 
Anderson; l6Mar66; DU6531I. 



SHOES, a series of dramatic vignettes 
about peoples feet. A short subject 
screenplay by Steve Karmen. 12 1. 
© Elsmere Music, Inc.; 29Mar66; 
DU65476, 



THE SHOOTING STAR, by Wesley Collins. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 17Dec65, DU64987. NM: 
additions. © Nereus Wesley Collins, 
Jr.; 2lMar66; DU65337. 



THE SHOOTING STAR, by Wesley Collins 
(Nereus Wesley Collins, Jr.) 58 1. 
A play in 1 act. © Nereus Wesley 
Collins, Jr.; 20Jan66; DU64987. 



THE SHORT SEASON, a play in three acts 
by Anne Paolucci. 127 1. © Anne 
Paolucci; 2Feb66; DU64994. 



SHOW ME A RICH MAN! Book & lyrics by 
Armand Auliclno; music by Frank 
Gaskin Fields. 1 v. A play in 
1 act. Based on the novels of the 
Soviet Mark Twains, Ilya Ilf & Eugene 
Petrov. © Armand Daniel Auliclno & 
Frank Gaskin Fields; l4Mar66; 
DU65369. 



THE SHOW MUST GO ON; audition presenta- 
tion with 3 actor-singers, narrator 
and music by Robert Kail. 1 v. 
© Robert Kail; 12Apr66; DU65366. 



THE SIGNORINA. a comedy by Marc Alan 
Zagoren. 93 1 . 4 scenes. © Marc 
Alan Zagoren; 21Apr66; DU65615. 



SIGNS AND OMENS. See 

MRS. BAGPIPE ON SIGNS AND OMENS, 
NO.l. 



THE SILENT PROCESSION; original storj 
written & adapted for television by 
Use Huebner. 30 1. © Use 
Huebner; 9Jun66; DU65988. 



SILENT WITH TEARS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Glennie Willis. 30 1 . © Glennie 
Willis; 21Apr66; DU65617. 



SILHOUETTE, by Marian Scott. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. Adapted from 
Remembrance of things past, by Marcel 
Proust. © Marian Scott; 24Feb66; 
DU65155. 



A SILKEN SCARF, a play by Macklym Hartyl, 
pseud, of Thomas E. H. Black. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. ■ © Thomas E. H. 
Black; 10Mar66; DU65237. 



SILLY SOUP. See 

THE MERRY FOOLS AND NOODLEHEADS . 



THE SILVER CHRISTMAS TREE, a musical 
Christmas play in two acts by Lynn 
Vivian. Santa Barbara, Calif., 
J. F. Rowny Press. 31 P- Book only. 
© C. L. Vivian; l40ct65; A812990. 



THE SILVER QUILL, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Dorothy J. Kite. 31 1. © Dorothy 
J. Kite; lPeb66; DU64884. 



A SIMPLE LOVE, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Susan Stenger. 31 1. © Susan 
Stenger; l6May66; DU65787. 



SINCE ADAM AND EVE; story, music, lyrics 
by Bev Craviero (Beverly M. Craviero) 
62 1. 2 acts. © Beverly M. Craviero; 
10Jun66; DU66105 . 



SING OUT, LOUISE; Book & lyrics by 
Ron Whyte (Ronald M. Whyte) 8e Bob 
Satuloff (Robert Satuloff) Music by 
Jon Woolley. 1 v. © Ronald M. 
Whyte, Robert Satuloff & Jon H. 
Woolley; 10Mar66; DU65231. 

SINS OF THE SWAN; the book of a 
musical comedy in three acts by 
D Richard Hamilton, pseud, of John 
Torma. 123 1- © D. Richard Hamilton; 
27May66; DU65914 . 

SIR KNIGHT AND THE SIREN, a three act 
comedy by Beatrice La Force. 
112 1. © Beatrice La Force; 24jun66; 

DU65 94 . 



THE SIRE DE MALETROIT'S DOOR, by Robert 
Louis Stevenson; adapted as a one 
act play by Robert Brome. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 23 p. (Eld- 
ridge popular one-act playscripts) 
© Robert Brome; lSep65; DP5981. 



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THE SIREN OF ST. WALO, a musical legend; 
book & lyrics by Walter Sraolerij music 
by Don Newey (Donald Newey) 1 v. 
3 acts. © Walter Smolen & Don Newey; 
29Mar66; DU65^51. 

SIX EARLY PLAYS, related to the Shakes- 
peare canon. By E. B. Everitt & 
R. L. Armstrong (for Edward III) 
Copenhagen, Rosenkilde & Bapcpr. 
314 p. (Anglistica, v. 14) NM: 
introd., editorial revision & 
explanatory notes. © E. B. Everitt j 
9Mar65; AI- 10123. 



THE SIXTH UNIVERSE, a play in one act 
by Boyd Ringer. 1 v. © Boyd Michael 
Ringer; l!tjun66; DUGGOkk . 



SIZING UP, by Alfred Jarry. Translated 
by Jonathan Sisson. (In Ivory tower, 
Mar. 7, 1966, p. 29-35) Appl. states 
prev. pub. in France as Par la 
tallle, 1906. © Jonathan Sisson; 
7Mar66; DP6023. 



SKI-0-TAPES OF ST. PAUL, by Ralph 
Matson % William Wegleitner. 17 1. 
A recording script. © St. Paul Ski 
School 4 Sitzmark Ski Shop, Inc.; 
2Mar66; C18421. 



SKIN DEEP, by Sticks Evans. 79 1- 
A play in 3 acts. ® Sticks Evans; 
6Ju166; DU66017. 



SKY HIGH! A musical comedy. Book & 
lyrics by Mel Welser; music by Al 
Davis & Al Polhamus. Carlsbad, Calif. 
Hollywood Hits. 17 v. in portfolio. 
2 acts. © Hollywood Hits; lSep64; 
DP5965. 



SLACK, by L. Day Nunn . 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Leona Day Nunn; 9Feb66; 
DU64847. 



SLEEP, SLEEP, PUSSYCAT, by William 

Maron. 128 1. Screenplay. © William 
Maron; 7Jan66; DU64746. 



SLEEPING BEAUTY; or. The famous rose 
taboo. A musical play in two acts. 
Music by Norman Sachs; book & lyrics 
by Barbara Fried. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 63 p. Book & lyrics only. 
© Barbara R. Fried; 27Dec65; DP5956. 

SLEEPY HOLLOW, ILLINOIS, by Grady 

Hausenfluck. 81 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Grady Hausenf luck; 8Mar66; DU65304. 



SMALL GROUP PROGRAMS FOR CONTINUING 
PERSONAL GROWTH; transcript of 
group Instruction tapes by Betty 
Louise Berzon & Lawrence N. Solomon. 
43 1. © Betty Berzon & Lawrence N. 
Solomon; 12May66; C18542. 



SMALL TOWN GIRL, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
lima Fisher. 31 1. © lima Fisher; 
lFeb66; DU64918. 



SMASH, a play in one act by Frank 
O'Donnell (Francis J. O'Donnell) 
4l 1. © Francis J. O'Donnell; 
17Feb66; DU65133. 



SNOW WHITE, a fairy tale by the 

Brothers Grimm as adapted by Robert 
E. Ulbrlcht. 51 1. 3 acts. 
© Robert E. Ulbrlcht; llMay66; 
DU65684. 

SNOWDOUN'S KNIGHT, a musical play. 
Book & lyrics by Jean Flynn (Jean 
Flynn Reynolds) & Anthony Osnato. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Anthony Osnato & Jean Flynn 
Reynolds; 13Jun66; DU65854 . 

SO PROUDLY WE HAIL, by Darwin Hill, 
pseud, of Keith W. Wise. Sheet. 
© Darwin Hill; 26May66; CI8581. 



SO THAT MY SOUL MIGHT SEE, a play in 
2 acts with music by Lester W. 
Osband. 1 v. © Lester W. Osband; 
25Apr66; DU65657. 

SO THIS IS ZAMORA, EH? A screenplay 
by Sigmund Stephen Miller. 143 p. 
© Sigmund Stephen Miller; 20Apr66; 
DU65694 . 



SO YOU WANT TO BE; with Ed McMahon by 
J. P. Productions. 33 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © J. P. 
Productions, Ltd.; 21Jun66; 
DU65953. 

THE SOFT GREY FOG OF LOVE, an original 
screenplay by William Case. 84 1. 
© William Case; 15Mar66; DU6529O. 



SOFT VOICES, by Aviava Ravel, pseud, 
of Eva Rubalsky. 63 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Eva Rubalsky; 9Jun66; 
DU65B6I. 



SOLES TRUNCOS. See 

THE HOUSE ON CRISTO STREET. 



SOLITAIRE, a cartoon play in one scene 
by George Wllkerson. 9 1. © Barbara 
J. Wilkerson; 20Apr66; DU65602. 

SOME HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE 

DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION LUMEN GENTIUM, 
by Jorge Medina Estevez. 32 1. 
(The Theological issues of Vatican II) 
An address. © University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; CI8509. 



SOMEDAY I'LL BE SOMEBODY, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Mickey Jordan. 30 1. © Mickey 
Jordan; lFeb66; DU64895. 



SOMEONE SOMEWHERE, by Guy Hoffman 
(Williain Hoffman) 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. NM: additions & revisions. 
© William Hoffman; 3Jun66; DU66004 . 



SOMETHING IN THE FCG, by Warren Wexler. 
28 1. A screenplay. © Warren Wex- 
ler; llJan66; DU64759. 



SOMETHING LIKE A WALTZ, by John Roberts. 
113 1. A play in 3 acts. © John 
Charles Roberts; 25Apr66; DU6566I. 



SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR, a few fragile 
moments in two acts by John Charles 
Ellis. 1 V. © John Charles Ellis; 
7Mar66; DU65193. 



SONATA FOR SMALL ORCHESTRA, by James 
Masson Gunn. 74 1. A play. 
© James Masson Gunn; 2Mar66; DU65296. 



A SONG TO REMEMBER; book, music, lyrics 
by Paul Morse. 45 1. A musical play 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Paul M. Morse; 8Feb66; DU64821. 



SONGS AND SIGHS, a series of television 
show scripts by John Travers Moore. 
Scripts 1-13. 1 V. NM: additions. 
© John Travers Moore; 2Mar56; OI8339. 



SOPHOCLES: THE THEBAN SAGA. Edited 
with an introd. by Charles Alexander 
Robinson, Jr. New York, F. Watts. 
188 p. © Franklin Watts, Inc.; 
l8Mar66; A833300. 

SORROW'S CROWN. See 
THE DESERTERS. 



THE SORROWS OF FREDERICK THE GREAT, 
a play by Romulus Linney. 1 7. 
3 acts. ©Romulus Linney; 25Jan66; 
DU64976. 



SORRY, CARSEi A musical comedy in two 
actSj book, music & lyrics by Mary E. 
Davis. 142 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Mary E. Davis; 6jun66; DU66007. 

SORRY, YOU'RE A WINNER, a play in three 
acts for stage or television by Jack 
Paul. 106 1. © Jack Paul; 10Jan66; 
DU64756. 



SOUND ISOLATION, A QUIET REVOLUTION; 
recording script for National Gypsum 
Co. by Jam Handy Organization. 16 1. 
© National Gypsum Co.; 26Jan66; 
CI 82 56. 



THE SOUND OF THUNDER, a play in one act 
by Robert M. Morris. 82 1. © Robert 
Mack Morris & Kathleen Elaine Morris; 
17Jan66; DU64778. 



THE SOUNDS OF BABIES, by Joseph H. 
Lyday. 1 v. Recording script. 
© VanLy Pub. Co.; 20Apr66; Cl8480. 



SOUNDS TO TRAIN BY, script for record- 
ing written by John W. Nelson. 
81. © John W. Nelson; 20Apr66; 
C 185 27. 



SOUTH AFRICA. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
AFRICA. 



50UTH 



SOUTH OF MISSION, a two act musical 

comedy with book by Carl E. Bolte, Jr.; 
music & lyrics by Harold D. McKemy & 
Carl E. Bolte, Jr. 1 v. © Carl E, 
Bolte, Jr.; 13Jan66; DU64770. 

SOUTHSIDE BLUES; talk by Lou Rawls. 
Sheet. © Lou-Lee Music Co.; 22Jun66; 
CI857O. 

SPEAK AND READ ESSENTIAL SPANISH, a 
Tapeway self-teaching program by 
Paul Pimsleur. 1 v. 30 speaking 
scripts & 20 reading scripts. 
© Paul Pimsleur; 10Jan66; C18242. 



SMITH'S SECRET, by Karen E. Weber. 

21 1. A screenplay. © Karen Elizabeth 
Weber; 21Feb66; DU65146. 



SOMETIMES IN THE DARKEST HOUR; words & 
music by Tony Harris. Folder. 
© Bolingar Publishers; 30Mar66; 
C18412. 



THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE, an original 
story written & adapted for televisior 
by Catherine Mlckelson. 31 1. 
© Catherine Mlckelson; lFeb66; 
DU64910. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-Ju 



THE SPECTRUM, by Salvatore Ruggiero. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Salvatore 
Ruggiero; 25Jan66; DU64747 . 



DAS SPIEL VOM GROSSEN MANN; eln Mysterl- 
um In drei Tagen von Eaghor G. 
Kostetzky. [Vienna] Universal 
Edition. 160 p. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 51Jan66; DFO-llyi. 



THE SPIRIT OF FRANKENMUTH, an historical 
drama of the founding of Frankenmuth, 
Michigan, by Robert Howard Clausen. 
39 1. 10 scenes. © Frankenmuth 
Civic Events Council; 28Apr66; 
DU65677. 



SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS, adapted to the 
stage by F. Andrew Leslie. Dramatists 
Play Service. 64 p. 2 acts. From 
the screenplay by William Inge. 
© William Inge & F. Andrew Leslie; 
8Jun66; DP6068. 



SPORTS SPOTS; written by Bruce L. 
Brown. 22 1. Television script. 
© Bruce L. Brown & Richard R. 
Rendely; 8jun66; CI8539. 

SPOTLIGHT ON EMPLOYEE BENEFITS; record- 
ing script for Northwest Bancorpora- 
tion by Jam Handy Organization. 
15 1. © Northwest Bancorporation ; 
26Jan66; CI8267. 



SPOTTED CATS, a three act comedy by 
Eleanor Garrett. 1 v. © Eleanor 
Garrett; 7Jan66; DU64791. 



SPRING'S AWAKENING, a tragedy of child- 
hood by Frank Wedekind; English 
version by Clayton Koelb & Kenneth 
Tigar. IO8 1. 3 acts. © Clayton 
T. Koelb, Jr. Sr Kenneth Tigar; 
27May66; DU65763. 

SQUARE . See 
THEATRE I. 

SQUARING THE CIRCLE, a vaudeville in 
three acts by Valentin Katayev; a new 
translation by Orest Sergievsky & 
William Galarno. 54 1 . © Orest 
Sergievsky & William Galarno; l4jan66; 
DU64729. 

STAR MINDED. See 

THREE PLAYS FOR TELEVISION. 



THE STAEERS, by John T. Donnelly. 
1 V. A play. © John T. Donnelly; 
6May66; DU65828. 

STARFIMMEL. See 

THREE PLAYS FOR TELEVISION. 



STARMAN, by Dorie Houser & Marion 
Ford. 1 V. A musical play in 2 
acts. © Dorie Houser & Marion Ford; 
l8Apr66; DU6559I. 

STEEL SAILING SHIPS AND CONFIDENCE MEN, 
by Beatrice Martin Howell. 23 1. 
A screenplay. © Beatrice Martin 
Howell; I5NOV65; DU6537O. 

STEP DOWN TO GLORY, a play in one act 
by Gary J. Heilsberg. 40 1. 
©Bishop's Co.; l6Mar66; DU65316. 

STICK YOUR NECK OUT, a musical play in 
two acts by Jerome J. Schwartz. 
1 V. Book only. Based on the novel 
by Mordecai Richler. © Jerome J. 
Schwartz; 26Jan66; DU64955. 



STICKS AND STONES, a play in three acts 
by Beaumont S. Bruestle. 1 v. 
© Beaumont Bruestle; 2May66; DU65765. 

STIFPy, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Grace 
Wilson. 30 1. © Grace Wilson; lPeb66; 
DU64914. 

STILL ALIVE IN '65, by Jim Nesbitt. 
Sheet. © Peach Music, Inc.; 20Jan66; 
CI8322. 



STOPWATCH, sample script for the TV 
panel show by A. Robert Martin, Jr. 
& Richard O'Connell. 1 v. 
© A. Robert Martin, Jr. & Richard 
O'Connell; 15Mar66; C1B448. 



STORM OVER TIBET; screenplay by 
Tadeusz Z. Danielewski. 66 1. 
NM: revisions 8 additions. © Tadeusz 
Z. Danielewski; 20May66; DU6585O. 



STORMY ' S ISLE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Wondering 
Poet, pseud, of Basil N. Smith. 
32 1. © Basil N. Smith; 9Jun66; 
DU65986. 



THE STORY OF ELLEN BRENT, by Anne Lay- 
ton & Norma Spodak. 7 1. Fashion 
drama. © Anne Layton & Norma Spodak; 
llJan66; C18222. 



STORY OF THE FOURTH WISEMAN. 
THE LAST JEWEL. 



See 



STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT USED CAR SELLING; 
recording script for Oldsmobile 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
81. © Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8269. 



THE STRANGE BREED, by Ed Wheeler. 
12 1. © Dramatext Productions; 
7Feb66; CI8353. 



STRANGE IMPASSE. 
DIE SACKGASSE. 



See 



THE STRANGE JOURNEY OP THE LONE ONE, 
by Daniel Safier. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Daniel Safier; 21Peb66; 
DU65078. 



THE STRANGE JUDGE, by Harold Barnard, 
pseud, of Maxwell Maltz. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Maxwell Maltz; 
17May66; DU6581I. 



STRANGE RIVALS, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by Bruce 
Pelotte. 31 1. © Bruce Pelotte; 
20Jun66; DU66069. 



A STRANGE TWIST OF FATE, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Anna Mariska Sievers. 30 1. 
© Anna Mariska Sievers; lFeb66; 
DU64899. 

STRANGER. See 
PEREGRINUS . 



A STRANGER IN A MANGER, a Christmas 
play in three acts by Barbara Maxine 
Willis. Parraington, Mo., Willis 
Publishers. 1 v. © Willis Publica- 
tions, Inc. (in notice: Willis Pub- 
lishers); I80ct63; A821099. 



STRANGERS ON THE BEACH, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Mary Davis. 30 1. © Mary Davis; 
lPeb66; DU64866. 



STRANGERS OUTSIDE THE FEAST, a choral 
drama by Warren Mild. New York, 
Friendship Press. 32 p. © Friend- 
ship Press, Inc.; lFeb66; DP603I. 

STREET CORNER HUSTLER BLUES; talk by 
Lou Rawls. 2 1. With lyrics to one 
song. © Lou-Lee Music Co.; 22Jun66; 
CI8569. 

STREET SCENE, a one act play by Helen 
Duberstein, pseud, of Helen Lipton. 
25 1. © Helen Lipton; 26Jan66; 
DU64720 . 

THE STREETS OP NEW YORK, a musical 
comedy. Book & lyrics by Barry Alan 
Grael, music by Richard B. Chodosh. 
New York, S. French. 91 p. (French's 
musical library) 2 acts. Based on 
Dion Boucicault's play. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states music & lyrics 
prev. reg. 1963. © Barry Alan Grael & 
Richard B. Chodosh; 130ct65; DP5979. 



STRETCH THE BUDGET, by Helen F. Roberts. 
13 1. © Helen F. Roberts; 3May66; 
CI8533. 



STRIKE THE PUMA, a play by Paul Jenkins. 
117 1. 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Cage of the puma, 17Aug65, 
DUb3766. NM: introd. & prologue. 
© Paul Jenkins; l4Apr66; DU6558I. 

STRING INSTRUMENT MUSCULAR COORDINATION 
TEST, by Robert L. Hlrtzel. 1 v. 
© Robert L. Hlrtzel; 15Dec65; CI82O7. 



THE STRUGGLE, a drama in three acts by 
P. J. Farrell. 1 v. © Patrick J. 
Farrell; lFeb66; DU64979. 



STUDY IN VIOLENCE; screenplay by 

Elizabeth McCormick. 1 v. Based on 
a story by Harry Wuest. © Cinestudlo 
Productions, Ltd.; 22Mar66; DU65136. 



STUNT SHOW 1964, by Tom Tlerney (Thomas 
J. Tierney, III) 1 v. A musical 
play. © Thomas J. Tierney, III; 
2Mar66; DU6517I. 



SUCCESS THROUGH PAITH, by James Richard 
Hollingsworth. Sheet. © James 
Richard Hollingsworth; llPeb66; 
CI8316. 



SUCCESS THROUGH TAKING AIM, by James 
Richard Hollingsworth. Sheet. 
© James Richard Hollingsworth; llPeb66 
CI8317. 

SUCH A LUCKY WOMAN, a play in three 
acts by Joanne Stern Bickow. 1 v. 
© Joanne Stern Bickow; 9Mar66; 
DU65301. 



SUCH LIMITATIONS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
S. W. B. Tiffany. 31 1. © S. W. B. 
Tiffany; lFeb66; DU64885. 



SUMMER AT ARGHERA, a new play by 
Milton Bernard. 1 v. 2 acts. 
NM: revisions & additions. 
© Milton Leo Bernard; 6May66; 
DU65739. 



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1966 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



45 



THE SUNDANCE KID AND BUTCH CASSIDY, by 
William Goldman. 1 v. A screenplay 
in 2 parts. © William Goldman; 
lPeb66; DU64871. 

THE SUNDAY COMICS, by Michael Menzies. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Michael 
Menzies & Arnold Saint-Subber; 
21Feb66j DU64932. 



SYNOPSIS OF A THEATRICAL PRESENTATION 
OF THE LIFE AND TIMES OF ADLAI 
STEVENSON, by William E. Selwyn. 
1 V. NM: editorial revision & 
additions. © William E. Selwyn; 
6Apr66; DU6552't. 



THE TEASEDAEE TROUT, a comedy In three 
acts by Stephen Jennings Sanford. 
1 V. © Stephen Jennings Sanford; 
lFeb66; DU64982. 



TEASER BALL, by Mary Batten. 20 1. 
A television script. © Mary T. 
Batten; llApr66; DU65532. 



SUNSET ON THE PRAIRIE, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by George Ross. JO 1. 
© George Ross; l6May66; DU65795 . 



SUNSHINE, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Ward M. 
Irvin. 32 1. © Ward M. Irvin; 
l6May66; DU658OI. 



SUNSPOTS ON THE MOON, by George E. 
Comeaux. 78 1. A musical play in 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© George E. Comeaux; 8Mar66; DU65302. 



SUPERBAT; written by John Barbour, 

Whitey Mitchell & A. James Valentine. 
61. A recording script in ? parts. 
© Genram Music Pub. Co. : 22Jun66; 
CI8636. 



SUPEFtFEELING, a play in one act by 
Arthur Axelman. 52 1. © Arthur 
Axelman; 26May66; DU65908. 

SUR LA ROUTE DE SALINA; piece en 4 
actes de Maurice Cury. 127 1. 
D'apres le roman de Maurice Cury. 
© Maurice Cury; 20Apr66; DU65528. 



SURFACE CONDITIONING OF FORGING QUALITY 
STEEL; prepared for Republic Steel 
by Wilding. Writer: George Elrlck. 
24 1. Narration script. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 29Mar66; CI8438. 



SUSAN, by C. DeWitt Mosey. 44 1. 

A screenplay in 2 acts. © Christian 
DeWitt Mosey; 17Jan66; DU54971. 



SWEET LITTLE BIRDIES, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Russell J. Davis. 30 1. © Russell 
J. Davis; l4Mar66; DU65279. 



SWEET SAVANNAH; story & screenplay by 
John Hamilton. II5 1. © John M. 
Hamilton; 10Jan66; DU64804 . 



SWEETBREAD, a play by Peter DeAnda. 
1 V. 3 acts. © Peter DeAnda; 
2May66; DU65766. 



SWEETIE, a comedy by Alex Rand, pseud, 
of TSemetrlos Vllan. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Demetrlos Vllan; 21Feb66; DU65O8I. 



THE SWINGERS, a morality play In two 
acts by Nathaniel Banks (William N. 
Banks, Jr.) 1 v. © Nathaniel Banks; 
20May66; DU65897. 



SWINGING FROM A CHANDELIER, a comedy in 
two acts by Norman Zlerold. 124 1. 
© Norman J. Zierold; 10Feb66; 
ru65 04 1 , 



SWORD, by Wedell Metzger. 96 1. 

A play. © Wendell Metzger; l8Jan66; 

DU64786. 



TA FEMME NOUS TROMPE; drame moderne en 
3 placards et 6 calecons de Alexandre 
Breffort. 92 1. © Alexandre Bref- 
fort; lMar66; DU65O37. 



TACKLED PINK, a musical comedy by 
Steven Alter. 59 1. 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Steven Alter; 
25Apr66; DU65475. 



TAKE MY MOTHER, a comedy in three acts 
by Marvin Sandberg. I56 1. ® Marvin 
Sandberg; 10Jun6b; DU66IOI. 



A TALE FOR CHRISTMAS: words ", music by 
George B. Purnell. 10 p. A musical 
play. © George B. Purnell; 10Mar66; 
DU6535I. 



TALE OF A TIGER; recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 12 1. © Pontiac Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26Jan66; CI8277. 



A TALE OP THE THREE CEES; recording 
script for Oldsmoblle Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 12 1. 
© Oldsmoblle Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 26jan66; CI8272. 



TALE OF TWO BAWDS. 
IS VARA. 



See 



TALES OF THE TOTEM, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 

Clyde Howard. 30 1 . © Clyde Howard; 
lFeb66; D"J64923. 



TALK OF ANOTHER DAY, by Richard Busch. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Richard H. 
Busch; 17Feb66; DU65063. 



TALL WEEDS, a play in two acts by 
Jos§ Ruben. 1 v. © Josfe Ruben; 
26May66; DU65906 . 



TAP DANCE FOR MAN IN IRON LUNG; stage 
version by Richard Maxwell. 11 p. 
© Richard Maxwell; 22May66; DP6075 . 



THE TASK OF THEOLOGY AFTER THE II 
VATICAN COUNCIL, by Karl Rahner. 
16 1. (The Theological Issues of 
Vatican II) An address. © University 
of Notre Dame; l6May66; CI85I2. 



EL TAXIDERMISTA; pieza dramatica en 
tres actos; original de F. G. Aller. 
60 1. © Faustino Gonzalez Aller; 
l6Jun66; DU66055. 

lEA FOR THE WIDOW, a play in three 
acts by Dennis L. Turner. 86 1. 
© Dennis L. Turner; 25May66; DU65904. 



TEARS OF BLOOD, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Ruth V. Roberts. 30 1. © Ruth V. 
Roberts; 20Jun66; DU66074 . 



'EATRO BRASILEIRO CONTEMPORANEO, by 
Wilson Martins & Seymour Menton. 
New York, Appleton-Century-^Crof ts . 
405 P- NM: additions. © Meredith 
Pub. Co.; 26Apr66; A838209. 



TEDDY, a musical inspired by the life 
& career of Theodore Roosevelt. 
Book & lyrics by Marshall Breeden; 
music by Gratien Ouellette. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Marshall Breeden; 8Mar66; 
DU65669. 

TEMPEST. See 
BEACH GIRL. 



TEMPEST IN A TRUNK, a musical comedy. 
Author, Marie L. Sorensen; music, 
Verona Chrlstensen; lyrics, Mardene 
Randal & Marie L. Sorensen. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Marie L. Sorensen, Verona 
Chrlstensen, Mardene Randall; 
6jun66; DU65966. 

LE TEMPS DES GRANDES ESPERANCES, 
I'hlstolre d' une vie, IV par 
Constantln Paoustovski, tradult du 
russe par Lydla Delt & Paule Martin. 
[Paris] Galllmard. 246 p. (Llttera- 
tures sovietiques) © Editions Galll- 
mard; 3ON0V65; DFO-1438. 



TEMPTATION; screenplay by Sylvia 
Hoeven, pseud, of Maria Sylvia 
Uytterhoeven. 226 1. Based on the 
novel Panchiko by France Adlne. 
© Maria Sylvia Uytterhoeven; 22Jun66; 
DU66014 . 



TEN EARLY PLAYS, by Chekhov; trans- 
lated & with an introd. by Alex 
Szogyl. New York, Bantam Books. 
3l4 p. (A Bantam classic, NC283) 
NM: Introd. & notes. © Alex SzoKvi: 
30Aug65; A807836. 



TEN FIFTEEN ALABAMA, by Walter Black. 
1 v. A Play in 2 acts. © Walter 
Black; 28Feb66; DU64985. 

TEN FLIGHTS TO CLOVER, a two act play 
by Robert Jackman. I3I 1. © Robert 
K. Jackman; 23May66; DU65872. 



TEN MINUTES PAST SIX, a one act play by 
Liz Guerdan (Elizabeth M. Guerdan) 
6 1. © Elizabeth M. Guerdan; 20Jan66; 
DU64829. 



TENNESSEE, U. S. Ai A musical caval- 
cade of fact & fantasy; book, music, 
lyrics by Paul Crabtree. 2 v. 1 act. 
© Paul Crabtree; 9Feb66; DU64817. 

THE TENT, a comedy on schizophrenia in 
three acts by David Kaufman. 75 1. 
© David M. Kaufman; 24Jan66; DU64833. 



TERMINAL VALENTINE. 
TWO BY TARDU. 



See 



TEXAS CHILE, the longest recipe in the 
world, by Bunny McGulre (Gladys Horn 
McGuire) 5 1. A recording script. 
© Gladys Horn McGuire; 30Jun66; 
CI8639. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THANK GOD FOR GIN AND BUTTER, a comedy 
by Paul Avila Mayer. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Paul Avlla Mayer; 7Mar66; DU65307. 

THAT LONELY ROAD, a one act play by 
Beatrice La Force. 40 1. © Beatrice 
La Force; l8Mar66; DU6539'^. 

THAT NIGHT; original screenplay by 
Horacio S. Sidney. 69 1. © Horacio 
Sineiro Sidney; l4Mar66; DU65089, 



THAT PIECE OF PAPER, by Henry Oiva 
Howard. 2 1. © Ande Publications, 
Ltd.; l8Apr66; C18468. 

THAT WILD AND WONDERFUL FEELING, book & 
lyrics by Hildy Chall, pseud, of Hilda 
Markoff, music by Evelyn Lewis. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
13Jun63, DU57911- NM: additions & 
revisions. © Hilda Markoff; IJJunbb; 
DU6583I. 



THEATRE I; Les eaux et forets; Le 
square; La musica. Par Marguerite 
Duras. [Paris] Galllmard. 171 p. 
© Editions Gallimard; 150ct65; 
DF0-l'f36. 



THEATRE II: L' oeuf ; L' etouf f e-chretien; 
La mort de Neron; Madame Princesse. 
Par Felicien Marceau. [Paris] Galli- 
mard. 295 p. © Editions Gallimard & 
Felicien Marceau; 5Nov65; DFO-1437. 

THEATFSE, III, par Arthur Adamov. Paolo 
Paoli; La politique dee restes; 
Sainte Europe. [Paris] Gallimard. 
289 p. © Editions Gallimard; 15May66; 
DFO-I463. 

THEATRE, IV, par Eugene lonesco. Le 
roi se meurt, et. al. [Parit] 
Gallimard. 246 p. ©Editions 
Gallimard; 15May66; DFO-1462. 



THEATRE VIII: Una femme trop honnSte, 
Boulevard Durand, Comme les chardons , 
d'Armand Salacrou. [Paris] Gallimard. 
351 p. © ;fiditlons Gallimard; 5Mar66; 
DPO-1448. 

THEATRE SOVIETIQUE CONTEMPORAIN; 
traduction et adaptation de Gala 
Solovieva Barblsan, Henriette Valot 
[& Pierre Gascar. Paris] Editions 
Denoel. 422 p. Contents: Une 
histolre a Irkoutsk, de Alexiei N. 
Arbousov. — La petite etudiante de 
Moscou, de Nichola'i Fedorovitch 
Pogodine .--Un dimanche a Moscou, de 
Victor Sergueievitch Rosov. 
© Editions Denoel; 30Mar66; DFO-1472. 

THEBAN SAGA. See 

SOPHOCLES: THE THEBAN SAGA. 



THELMA, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Mrs. Dean 
Nielson. 30 1. © Mrs. Dean Nlelson; 
l4Mar66; DU65281. 



THE CHURCH IN THE WORLD TODAY: SUG- 
GESTIONS FOR FUTURE DOCTRINAL 
DEVELOPMENT . 

COMMENTARY ON THE CONSTITUTION ON 
THE CHURCH IN THE MODERN WORLD, 
CRITICAL AREAS: INTERNATIONAL 
ORDER, STATEMENT AT THE CON- 
FERENCE ON THE MAIN THEOLOGICAL 
ISSUES OF VATICAN COUNCIL II, 
UNIATERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, 
INDIANA. 

THE CONSTITUTION LUMEN GENTIUM AND 
THE FATHERS OF THE CHURCH. 

CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH IN THE 
MODERN WORLD SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC 
LIFE. 

CONSTITUTION ON THE SACRED LITURGY. 

DECLARATION ON NON-CHRISTIAN 

RELIGIONS. 
THE DECLARATION ON RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. 
DECLARATION ON THE RELATION OP THE 

CHURCH TO NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS. 
THE DECREE ON ECUMENISM. 
THE DOCTRINE OF VATICAN COUNCIL II 

ON THE VIRGIN MARY. 
DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION ON DIVINE 

REVELATION. 
DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH 

LUMEN GENTIUM. 
THE ESCHATOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF THE 

CHURCH. 
THE HIERARCHICAL STRUCTURE OP THE 

CHURCH. 
THE LAITY. 

MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY. 
MEDITATION ON THE CHURCH. 
NOTES FOR COMMENTS ON VATICAN II AND 

PROTESTANT THEOLOGY IN AMERICA 

TODAY AND TOMORROW. 
PASTORAL CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH 

IN THE MODERN WORLD. 
PASTORAL CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH 

IN THE MODERN WORLD CRITICAL AREAS: 

CULTURE AND POLITICAL LIFE, 
PASTORAL CONSTITUTION ON THE 

CHURCH IN THE WORLD TODAY: GENESIS, 

SIGNIFICANCE, INTRODUCTION. 
THE PEOPLE OF GOD. 
POLITICAL LIFE. 
A PROTESTANT POINT OF VIEW. 
SCRIPTURAL ASPECTS OF THE DOGMATIC 

CONSTITUTION ON DIVINE REVELATION. 
SOME HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE 

DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION LUMEN 

GENTIUM. 
THE TASK OF THEOLOGY AFTER THE II 

VATICAN COUNCIL. 
THE UNIVERSAL CALL TO HOLINESS. 
THE VATICAN COUNCIL AND ORTHODOX 

THEOLOGY IN AMERICA TODAY. 
VATICAN II AND CATHOLIC THEOLOGY 

TODAY AND TOMORROW IN AMERICA. 



THE THERAPSIDS, a play by Jose Gutierrez. 
52 1. 2 acts. © Jose Gutierrez; 
20Apr66; DU65610. 



THE THERAPEUTICS OF THE BLUES, by 
Waldo Phillips. 1 v. © Waldo B. 
Phillips; 29Mar66; CI8538. 

THERE IS A difference; Recording script 
for Admiral Corp. by Jam Handy Orga- 
nization. 91. © Admiral Corp.; 
26Jan66; C18252. 

THERE IS NOTHING BAD WHICH COULD NOT 
TURN INTO SOMETHING WORSE. See 
THE MADMAN AND THE NUN. 



THERE'S ALWAYS A MURDER. See 
APPARTEMENT MIT EIGENEM MORD. 

THERE'S SOMETHING NEW, a new musical. 
Book, music % lyrics by Lucy Perkins 
Ellis. 1 V. 2 acts. Book % lyrics 
only. © Lucy Perkins Ellis; 
21Apr66; DU6547O. 

THEY'RE WILD, by Richard E. Haefner & 
Stanley J. Paulus. 5 1. Television 
script. © Nestle Co.; 7Jul66; 
C18621. 

THE THING CALLED , a comedy by Max 

Golding. 1 V. 3 acts. © Max 
Golding; 26Jan66; DU64842. 



THE THINGS OP A CHILD, by Vidette 
Pascal, pseud, of Andrea Bucher. 
128 1. A play in 3 acts. © Andrea 
Bucher; 28Mar66; Du654l4. 



THINK PAST; starring the Beatles, by 
Jan MacParlane & Cathy McGeoch. 
81 1. A musical screenplay. Book & 
lyrics only. © Janice Russell 
MacFarlane & Cathy Jean McGeoch; 
21Feb66; DU65084. 

THE THINKING THIEF, a play in 4 scenes 
by Sattva Steiner. 1 v. © Sattva 
Steiner; 10Jan66; DU64754 . 

THE THIRD ACT, a play in two scenes by 
Gordon Sager. 127 1. © Gordon 
Sager; 3Mar66; DU65223. 

THE THIRD GRAVEDIGGER, a comedy in one 
act by Cleve Haubold. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 24 p. (Baker's royalty 
plays) © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
10Mar66; DP6OOO. 

THE THIRD INAUGURAL, by Samuel Shaffer. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Samuel 
Shaffer & Marjorie Luton Shaffer; 
23Feb66; DU65II2. 

THIRTEEN DAYS, by Murry Woroner. 
1 V. 13 plays for television. 
©Woroner Productions, Inc.; 
23May66; DU65863. 

THIRTEEN - TWENTY-ONE; original screen- 
play by Barry Harte Prince. 78 1. 
© Barry Harte Prince; 21Mar56; 
A840056. 



THIS IS IT! A dramatic reading by 
Milton Geiger. 7 1. © Milton 
Geiger; 9Mar66; CI8395. 



THIS IS MY PLAY, FOR A CHRISTMAS TREE IS 
A CHRISTMAS TREE; A POPCORN BALL IS A 
POPCORN BALL; A COATI-MONDI IS A 
COATI-MONDI; AND THIS IS NEVER THAT, 
by Lee Carey. 1 v. With music. 
© Lee Carey; 15Jun66; DU66054 . 



THIS IS NELSON BOSWELL WITH CHALLENGE & 
RESPONSE, by LordHouse Recording & 
Pub. Co. 1 v. 82 recording scripts. 
© LordHouse Recording & Pub. Co., 
Inc.; I8jan66; CI8212. 



THEOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, by Karl 
Rahner. 27 1. A lecture. 
© John XXIII Institute, St. Xavier 
College; 27Apr66; C18564 . 

THEOLOGICAL ISSUES OF VATICAN II. See 
THE AGGIORNAMENTO OF VATICAN II. 
THE CHURCH IN THE MODERN WORLD FROM 
A PROTESTANT POINT OF VIEW. 



THERE MUST BE A BETTER WAY! Recording 
script for Minute Maid Co. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 8 1. © Minute 
Maid Co.; 26Jan66; C18264 . 



THERE ONCE WAS A HERMIT NAMED DAVE, a 
play in one act by Robert Somerfeld. 
37 1. © Robert Somerfeld; llMaybb; 
DU66696 . 



THIS IS THE WAY TO ROME, a play in 
three acts by Annabelle Farmelant. 
1 V. © Annabelle Farmelant; llApr66; 
DU6557I. 



THIS SHORT DAY OF FROST AND SUN, a play 
in one act by W. Kirk Avery. 1 v. 
© W. Kirk Avery; 23Mar66; DU65134. 



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1966 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



47 



THIS WOMAN BUSINESS, an original story 
written % adapted for television 
by Rand Hunt. 33 1 . © Rand Hunt; 
20Jun66; DU66066. 



THOSE DAYS GONE BY. (Cavanaugh, the 
cop) A television script by Vincent 
Harta, pseud, of Vincent A. Harty. 
1 V. © Vincent Hartaj 21Feb66; 
DU65076 . 

THREE AND MELONS, a play by Sam Shepard. 
23 1. © SajTi Shepardj 9Jun66; 



THREE CAPSULE DRAMAS, by Daniel G. 
Wright. The feast; The deacon's 
bit; The quai . 1 v. © Daniel 
G. Wright; 2Jun66; DU65935. 



THE THREE COLONELS, a play in 3 acts by 
Paul Z. Mora (Zoltan Paul Mora) 
82 1. © Zoltan Paul Mora; 9May66; 
DU657't7. 



THREE HISTORIES, by William Shakespeare. 
Henry IV, part I; Henry IV, part II; 
Henry V. New York, Dodd, Mead. 
331 p. (Great illustrated classics) 
With biographical illus. & pictures of 
the setting of the plays, together 
with introd. by John Masefield. 
© on compilation & glossary; Dodd, 
Mead & Co., Inc.; 2Jun66; AB42757. 



THREE LEAF CLOVER, a three act play by 
Mary Hirechfeld. 93 1. ©Mary 
Hirschfeld; 5Jul66; DU66I36. 

THREE MEN ON A STOOP, by Doris V. 
Brunson. 8 1. A play. © Doris 
Virginia Brunson; 2Jun66; DU65761. 



THREE MODERN FRENCH PLAYS OF THE 

IMAGINATION: Juliette ou la cle des 
songes, de Georges Neveu; Christophe 
Colomb, de Michel de Ghelderode; Les 
chaises, d'Eugene lonesco. Introd. & 
notes by Leonard C. Pronko. New 
York^ Dell Pub. Co. 252 p. (Dell, 
8846) (Laurel language library) Text 
in English & French. NM: additions. 
©Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 17Feb66; 
A829167 . 

THREE ON A MATCH, a comedy by Marvin 
Pletzke. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Marvin C. Pletzke; llMar66; DU6525I. 



THREE ORIGINAL PLAYS, a dissertation ... 
by Collins J. Bell. 433 1. Micro- 
film copy. © Collins J. Bell; 
31Mar65; A814613. 

THREE PART INVENTION; TV comedy in three 
acts or musical for TV. Book & lyrics 
by Mirriam Onnaverra, pseud, of Miriam 
Cohen. 47 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Miriam Cohen; l4Mar66; DU65O92. 



PLAYS, by Lola Jones Amis. The other 
side of the wall; The place of wrath; 
Helen. 1st ed. New York, Exposition 
Press. 88 p. © Lola Jones Amis: 
I5N0V65; A809932. 



THREE PLAYS, by Ned Starbuck, pseud, of 
Seth Low Weeks, Jr. 1 v. Contents: 
Mrs. Great-Silence-In-Desert. -- 
The chemisti^ lecture. --Hi there in 
St. Mark's. © Seth Weeks; l4Mar66; 
DU65278. 

THREE PLAYS. See 

THE YOUNG DISCIPLE, FAUSTINA, JONAH: 
THREE PLAYS. 



THREE PLAYS FOR TELEVISION, by Ken 
Parker, as translated into German by 
Jan Christian. Der Doppelganger; 
Starfimrael; Wein dioh aus an meiner 
Schulter. 1 v. © Ken Parker; 
5Jul66; DU66025. 

THREE 3H0W-AND-TELL SCRIPTS: MEET MRS. 
HOMEMAKER; AND EVERYTHING NICE; MEN 
ON THE MOVE; prepared for Sandy's 
Franchise by Wilding. 1 v. © Wild- 
ing, Inc.; 29Mar66; DU65406. 

THE THREE WISE GUYS, by Richard Felnagle. 
1 V. A musical play. © Richard 
Harry Felnagle; 24Peb66; DU65116. 



THE THRONE ROOM, a play by Gary Sander- 
son. 98 1. 3 acts. © Gary Sander- 
son; l6May66; DU65783. 



THROUGH THE DARK CORRIDORS, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by John Michael. 30 1. © John 
Michael; lPeb66; DU64877. 



THUHDER IN MONTE VISTA, a play in three 
acts by Michael Sharer, pseud, of 
Michael Shuwarger. 59 1. © Michael 
Shuwarger; 12Apr66; DU65541. 



THUNDERLAND; written by Hubert H. Hayes. 
123 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Leona T. Hayes; 
24Mar66; DU65l4l. 



TICKET TO CHAUTAUQUA, a musical story 
by Lenore Woolf. 50 1. A screen- 
play. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. DP5193 & DP5587 • 
NM: additions & revi=;ions. © Lenore 
Shurman Woolf; 24Mar66; DP6063. 



A TICKET TO THE CITY, a play in one act 
by Donald Elser. 23 1- © Donald 
Elser; 24Mar66; DU65377. 



TIGER IN CRYSTAL, by Crane Johnson & 
Gerald Ball. New York, Theatre 
Press. 55 p. 3 acts. © Crane 
Johnson & Gerald Ball; 6May66; 
A844301. 



TIME AND ETERNITY, a Bible play by Dale 
Harrison. 58 1. 3 acts. From an 
original script by Aquila Dowry. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 31Aug64 , 
DU61345 . © Aquila Dowry & Actor's 
Theatre; l4Apr66; DU65556. 

TIME BE NEVERMORE, by Jan Megarry 

(Janell L. Megarry) 112 1. A play. 
© Janell L. Megarry; 23Feb66; DU651II. 



TIME BURIES THE SPRING, a play in one 
act by Maroia Cebulski S: Robert de 
Christopher. 29 1. © Robert de 
Christopher & Marcia Cebulski; 10Jan66; 
DU64750. 



TIME IN YOUR FLIGHT, a comedy in three 
acts by Arndt Giusti. 1 v. 
NM: revisions. © Arndt Giusti; 
6May66; DU65822. 



TIME TO MOVE; script for a motion 
picture prepared for Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Co. by Wilding. Writer: 
Dick Capuano. Rev. Mar. l4 , I966. 
26 1. 80 scenes. © Wilding, Inc. ; 
29Mar66; DU65409. 



TIMOTHY, an original story written & 

adapted for television by Mrs. H. West- 
lund. 31 1. © Mrs. H. Westlund; 
l6May66; DU65794 . 



THE TIRE OF THE 70 'S; script for a 
motion picture prepared for the 
Goodyear Tire ^ Rubber Co. by 
Wilding. Writer: Thomas W. Clark. 
Rev. Jan. 8, 1966. 20 1. Narration 
script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 29Mar66; 
CI8432. 

'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE, by John Ford, 
edited by N. W. Bawcutt. Lincoln, 
University of Nebraska Press. 110 p. 
(Regents Renaissance drama series) 
5 acts. NM: introd., appendixes & 
explanatory notes. © University of 
Nebraska Press; 7Mar66; A837866. 



TO A SMALL AND QUIET WAR COMES A LOUD 
FRONT, by Anthony Palmer. 126 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Anthony Palmer; 
6Jan66; DU64741 . 



TO AN IDIOT, THE WORLD; screenplay by 
E. Gene Jordan. 275 1. © E. Gene 
Jordan; 28Feb66; DU65127. 



TO BE A HERDSMAN. See 
FRITZ OF SWITZERLAND. 

TO BE LOVED, an original story written &. 
adapted for television by Helen A. 
Waggoner. 30 1 . © Helen A. Wageoner; 
lFeb66; DU64913. 



TO BECOME A MAN, by Albert J. Zuckerman. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Albert J. 
Zuckerman; 21Peb66; DU65074. 

TO BUILD A NATION. See 
NEEDS IN NUTSHELLS. 

TO CATCH THE RAIN, a motion picture 
script by James E. Dickson. 18 1. 
5 scenes. © James E. Dickson; 
7Mar66; DU65306. 



TO LEASE OR NOT TO LEASE; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 13 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; CI83OI. 



TO LOVE AGAIN, by K. David Hargrove. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© K. David Hargrove; 22Dec65; DU64790 

TO QUESTION PATE. See 
ONE HOUR OP LIFE. 



DER TOD DES PRASIDENTEN; Gleichnis in 
drei Akten von Peter Lotar. 101 p. 
© Reiss, A.G. Theaterverlag; 
4Apr66; DU65506. 



TODAY IS YESTERDAY'S TOMORROW, an 

original story written & adapted for 

television by John H. Kelly IV. 

31 1. © John H. Kelly IV; l6May66; 

DU65789. 



TOINETTE, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Mabel Potts. 
31 1. © Mabel Potts; l6May66; 
DU65807. 

TOM; music, lyrics & play by B. J. Bain- 
bridge, pseud, of B. J. Colechin. 
1 V. 4 acts. © B. J. Bainbridge; 
l4Mar66; DU65IOI. 



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Jan.-June 



TOMORROW IS A TREASURE, by Erva Loomis 
Merow. 31 1. A play. © Erva Loomis 
Merow; 10Jan66; DU64752. 

rOMORROW IS NOW, a new play in six 
scenes by Julius Vogel, pseud, of 
Julius Pogel. 85'' 1. ©Julius Fogel; 
5Jun66; Ti\]659'^7 ■ 



TOMORROW IS TOO LATE, a play by Paul 
Hunter. 1 v. 3 acts. © Paul Robin- 
son Hunter, Jr.; 10Jan66; DU6't803. 



TOMORROW'S HERO, a play in one act by 
Harry Carstens. 33 1 . © Harry J. 
Carstens; 21Feb66; DU65085. 



TONY THE KITE MAN, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Anthony J. Ziegler. 30 1. © Anthony 
J. Ziegler; 25Apr66; DU65644. 



TOO late: a three-act play by Edith S. 
Miller. 1 V. © Edith S. Miller; 
9Jun66; DU65985. 



TOO SOON, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Albert F. 
Head. 31 1. © Albert F. Head; 
l6May66; DU65793. 



TOPOWATCHEE GUNS; television comedy 
by Mlrriam Onnaverra, pseud, of 
Miriam Cohen. 27 p. Soreenolay. 
© Miriam Cohen; 25Mar66; DU65401. 



THE TORCHLIGHT OP A FANTASY, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Tiina Tuvikene. 32 1 . © Tiina 
Tuvikene; lPeb66; DU64879. 



TORONADO, OUT FRONT THE WORLD OVER; 
Recording script for Oldsmobile Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 9 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8258. 

TOUCH-ME-NOT, an original story & film 
script by Douglas Fithian. 95 1- 
© Douglas B. Fithian; 26May56; DU65907. 



THE TOUGH LIFE, by Will Wilson (William 
Wilson) 1 V. A play in 16 scenes. 
© Will Wilson; llMar66: DU65373. 



THE TOUR, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Mildred S. 
Brandt. 31 1. © Mildred S. Brandt; 
l6May66; DU65790. 



TOWARD THE A/ICTORY OF HEALTH, a motion 
picture for the American Dietetic 
Assn. by Wilding. Writer: Marv 
David. Rev. Oct. 18, 1965. 33 1. 
Narration script. © Wilding, Inc.; 
29Mar66; C18427. 

TOY QUEEN. See 

THE BROTHERS CARL AND MORRIS. 

TRACKS IN THE ROCK, by Marbo Produc- 
tions. 88 1. A screenplay. 
© Marbo Productions, Inc.; 10Jun65; 
DU65944. 



TRAFALGAR; book by John Arden, music 
by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon 
Harnick, with the assistance of 



Margaretta D'Arcy. 1st draft: Jan. 
1966. 97 1. A musical play in 2 
acts. Book only. © John Arden; 
12Apr66; DU65579- 



THE TRAGEDY OF CORIOLAHUS; edited by 
Reuben Brower. New York, New American 
Library. 304 p. (The Signet classic 
Shakespeare, CD328) 5 acts. NM: 
introd. & notes. © Reuben Brower; 
31Jan66; A827815. 

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, by William Shakes- 
peare; textual editors Louis B. Wright 
& Virginia A. LaMar. New York, Wash- 
ington Square Press. 1 v. (Reader's 
enrichment series, RE323. Chairman, 
Board of Editors: Harry Shefter. Con- 
tributing editor: Walter James Miller) 
(The Folger Library general reader's 
Shakespeare) 5 acts. NM: teacher's 
manual & reader's supplement. © Wash- 
ington Square Press, Inc.; 150ct65; 
A842209. 



THE TRAGEDY OF MAN, by Emery Madach; 
translated from the Hungarian by 
Joseph Grosz. 204 p. 15 scenes. 
© Joseph Grosz; 24Peb66; DP6OI8. 



THE TRAIL THAT IS ALWAYS NEW, by 
Pat (Major Tim) O'Mara (Timothy 
Joseph O'Mara) 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Pat (Major Tim) O'Mara; 
6Jun66; DU65963. 

THE TRANSISTOR RADIO, THE BEACON IN THE 
BLACKOUT, by William E. Sullivan. 
2 1. Audition script. © William E. 
Sullivan; 28Feb66; CI8387. 

TRANSMISSION LINKAGE ADJUSTMENT; record- 
ing script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
l4 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; C18290. 

DER TRAUM DES LIU-TUNG, von I sang Yun. 
Oper in einem Vorspiel, vier Traumbil- 
dern und einem Nachspiel nach einem 
altchinesischen Lehrstuck des Ma-Chi- 
Yuan, 14. Jahrhundert, in der 
Ubersetzung von Hans Rudelsberger^ 
Opernfassung von Wlnfried Bauernfelnd. 
Berlin, Bote & Bock. 93 P- Klavler- 
auszug, © Bote & Bock; 4Sep55; 
DPO-1442. 



LA TRAVIATA, di Giuseppe Verdi. [Edited] 
by Harriet Nordholra; accompaniments 
by Frank Cookson. Evanston, 111., 
Summy-Birchard Co. 12 p. (Birchard 
opera series) 4 acts. Text in English 
Appl. author: Summy-Blrchard Co., em- 
ployer for hire of Harriet Nordholm & 
Frank B. Cookson. © Summy-Birchard 
Co.; 3Feb66; DP5972. 



THE TREACHEROUS PERFUME, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Brunella Bellemo. 30 1. © Brun- 
ella Bellemo; lFeb66; DU64894. 



THE TREASURE OF FRANC HARD, by Howard T. 
Bain. 70 1. Screenplay In 3 acts. 
Adapted from the story of Robert Louis 
Stevenson. © Howard T. Bain; 26jEin66; 
DU64954. 



THE TREASURE OF TOM SMITH'S REEF; 

original screenplay by Aubrey Wisberg 
1 V. © Aubrey Wisberg; lMar66; 
DU65164. 

TREASURE ISLAND. See 
LONG JOHN SILVER. 



TRILBY. See 

HAIL, SVENGALI. 

TRIONPI; trittico teatrale di Carl Orff. 
Deutsche ijbertragung von Wolfgang 
Schadewaldt & Rudolf Bach. Mainz, 
B. Schott's Sohne. Ill p. Text in 
Latin, German & Greek. Book & lyrics 
only. NM: editing & compilation. 
© B. Schott's Sohne; 17JUI65; 
AFO-47OIO. 

A TRIP TO THE STARS, by Evelyn Z. 
Tieman. 20 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Evelyn Zatuchne Tieman; 13Jun66; 
DU66IO9. 



THE TRIPLE TEST, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Richard P. Lewis. 30 1 . © Richard P. 
Lewis; lFeb66; DU64865. 



A TRIPTYCH FOR HIERONYMUS, a theatrical 
composition; scenario by Webster 
Smalley, music by Lejaren Hiller, 
visualization by George Talbot. 
21 1. Book only. © Webster Smalley 
& George Talbot; l8Apr66; DU65596. 



A TRIUMPH IN SPACE; recording script 
for Admiral Corp. by Jam Handy Orga- 
nization. 12 1. © Admiral Corp.; 
26Jan66; C18248. 

THE TROGS, an original screenplay by 
R. E. Detro. 98 1. © Russell 
Eugene Detro; 31May66; DU65917. 



TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, by William Shakes- 
peare; edited by Willard Farnham. 
New York, Appleton-Century-Crof ts. 
108 p. (Crofts classics) 5 acts. 
NM: introd., editor's footnotes & 
bibliography. © Meredith Pub. Co.; 
24jan66; A815472. 

/ 

TROIS COMEDIES DE COURTELINE; adaptees 
par R. de Roussy de Sales. Lincoln- 
wood, 111., National Textbook Corp. 
72 p. (French drama series) 
(Dollar language books) NM: vocabu- 
lary. © National Textbook Corp. (in 
notice: Banks Upshaw Division, Nation- 
al Textbook Corp.); 6Jan66; A837374 . 



TROUBLE WITH THE POOR. 
NEEDS IN NUTSHELI£. 



See 



IL TROVATORE, di Giuseppe Verdi. [Ed- 
ited] by Harriet Nordholra; accompani- 
ments by G. Thaddeus Jones. Evanston, 
111., Summy-Birchard Co. 12 p. (Bir- 
chard opera series) 4 acts. Text in 
English. Appl. author: Summy-Birchard 
Co., employer for hire of Harriet 
Nordholm & Prank B. Cookson. © Summy- 
Birchard Co.; 3Feb66; DP5971. 



LES TROYENNES, d'Euripide; adaptation 
francaise de Jean Paul Sartre. 
[Paris] 77 p. (Collection du 
Thesitre National Populaire) 11 scenes. 
© Editions Gallimard; 30Mar65; AF23937. 

TRUCK MODEL AND POWER TRAIN SELECTION; 
recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
18 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; 018286. 



TRUCK TERMINALS; recording script for 
Armco Metal Products Division, Armco 
Steel Corp. by Jam Handy Organization. 
71. © Armco Metal Products Division, 
Armco Steel Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8255. 



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49 



THE TRUCKDRIVER AND THE BIRD, by 

Algernon D. Black. 5 1- © Algernon D. 
Black; lFeb66; C18312. 

TRUCKER'S SPECIAL, THE RIGHT POWER! 
Recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
9 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8289. 

TRUSTEED FUNDS DISCOVER MORTGAGES, by 
Robert Sutro. 65 1. A screenplay. 
© Robert Sutro; 7Feb66; DU65139. 



THE TUB, an original screenplay by 
Toian Matchlnga, pseud, of Toian 
Hornstein. 122 1. © Toian Matchinga; 
8Apr66; DU65525. 

TUDOR NIGHTSHADE, a play in three acts 
by Jan Mclan, pseud, of Jeanne 
Mclnturff. 1 v. © Jeanne Mclnturff; 
llFeb66j DU65926. 



THE TUESDAY GAMES, by Avlva Ravel, 
pseud, of Eva Rubalsky. 56 1. A 
play. © Eva Rubalsky; 17Mar66; 
DU65IH8. 

TURN DOWN THE RADIO; written by Bill 
Manhoff. 1 v. 17 recording scripts, 
© Neil Music, Inc.; 24Jun66; CI8637 . 



TWAIN OP THOUGHT, by Shirley Daugherty. 
l'^ 1. A play. © Shirley E. Daugherty; 
20Apr66; DU65609. 



THE TWENTIETH CENTURY; edited, with an 
introd. by Robert W. Corrigan. 
New York, Dell Pub. Co. 511 p. 
(Dell, 9182) (Laurel British drama 
series) NM: foreward & editorial 
compilation. © Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 
l6Sep65; A807854. 

TWENTY STEPS WITH LETTER TABS, AN AID 
TO BEGINNING READING, by Patricia 
Lightbody & others. 1 v. © Patricia C. 
Lightbody, Sue Kent, Martha Schwarz & 
Bernard Z. Friedlander; 4Feb66; 
C1833O. 

26th MISSION, by J. H. Conrow. 
1^3 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Jonathan H. Conrow; 9Jun66; 
DU6586O. 

TWICE YEARLY, DARLING, by John M. O'Hare. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © John M. 
O'Hare; 17Jan66; DU64849. 



THE TWIG PAINTER, a one act play by 
Harold Swiss. 53 1 . © Harold 
Swiss; l8Apr66; DU65565. 

TWO APRILS AGO, a play in a prologue, 
two acts, »- an epilogue by Tarn 
Mossman (Timothy Mossman) II6 1. 
© Tarn Mossman; 29Jun66; DU66145. 

TWO BELGIAN PLAYS, ABOUT LOVE: The mag- 
nificent cuckold, by Femand 
Crommelynck; The burlador, by Suzanne 
Lllar. Translated from the French by 
Marnlx Gijsen, pseud, of Jan Albert 
Goris, with introductions by Suzanne 
Lilar & Jan Albert Goris. New York, 
J. H. Heineman. 192 p. NM: introduc- 
tions. © James H. Heineman, Inc.; 
29Dec65; A809169. 



TWO BY TARDU, by Genan P. Tardu. 1 v. 
2 plays. Contents: The terminal 
valentine. — Disaffection. © Genan P. 
Tardu; 15Mar66; DU65090. 



TWO DAUGHTERS, a play by Roy Bush. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Roy Bush; 10Jan66; 
DU64753. 

TWO DIFFERENT STYLES, by Donald 
McMahon. ^t 1. © Donald McMahon; 
8Ju166; CI863O. 



u 



TWO-EDGED SWORD. 
SAUL. 



See 



THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, by William 
Shakespeare. Text edited by Charles 
Jasper Sisson; commentary by Howard 
Nemerov. New York, Dell Pub. Co. 
175 p. (Dell, 9198) (The Laurel 
Shakespeare. Francis Fergusson, 
general editor) 5 acts. NM: commen- 
tary & glossary notes. Appl. author: 
Dell Pub. Co., Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 17Mar64 ; 
A692272. 

THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, by William 
Shakespeare. Text edited by Charles 
Jasper Sisson; commentary by Howard 
Nemerov. New York, Dell Pub. Co. 
175 p. (Dell, 9198) (The Laurel 
Shakespeare. Francis Fergusson, 
general editor) 5 acts. NM: introd. 
© Francis Fergusson; 17Mar64; 
A69227I. 



TWO HEARTS AT LAZY LAKE, an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Mae Dionne. 31 1. © Mae 
Dionne; lFeb66; DU64902. 



TWO HEARTS FROM ASIA, by Maurice Shain- 
berg. 1 V. A play. Title trans- 
literated. Text in Yiddish. © Maurice 
Shainberg; l4Mar66; DU6527I. 



TWO IN A TRAP, a one ait play by Allean 
Lemmon Hale. New York, Friendship 
Press. 52 p. © Friendship Press, 
Inc. ; lFeb66; DP6052. 



TWO JOLLY FRIARS, a musical comedy for 
television. Music, Frank Pullano; 
book & lyrics, Richard B. Kline. 
1 V. 2 acts. Based on Friar Bacon 
and Friar Bungay, by Robert Greene. 
© Richard B. Kline & Frank Pullano; 
l4Jun66; DU66049. 



TWO MEDALLIONS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Charles A. lannini. 50 1. © Charles 
A. lannini; 25Apr66; DU6565I. 



TWO SEVENS MAKE THE DEVIL; or. The 
little man. By Dorothy Phillips. 
1 v. A play. © Dorothy May Phillips; 
28Feb66; DU65129. 



THE TWO SISTERS, a folks play of the 
Squamish tribe by E. Halter, pseud, 
of E. Halter-Zalud. 14 1. 4 acts. 
Book only. © E. Halter-Zalud; 17Feb66; 
DU64949. 



TWO TWENTY ONE, a comedy in three acts 
by Albert Lee. 115 1- © Albert F. 
Lee; 15Jun66; DU66III. 

TWO WRONGS DON'T MAKE IT RIGHT, BUT 
THREE VffiONGS BETTER. See 
HOW TO GET SO DISORGANIZED, YOU CAN 
NEVER GET ORGANIZED AGAIN. 



TYING THE RIBBON, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Helen Clouse. 52 1. © Helen 
Clouse; 21Apr66; DU65622. 



ULYSSES IN PORT; by Roger Ikor, 

translated by Marilyn Gaddis Rose. 
85 1. A play in 5 acts. © Marilyn 
Gaddis Rose (Mrs. James L. Rose); 
19May66; DU6582O. 



UN, DEUX, TROIS, an act in 3 scenes by 
Daryl Janes. 1 v. ® Daryl Brent 
Janes; 25Mar66; DU65490. 



UN DIA SI, UN DIA NO; historia original, 
dialogos y adaptacibn cinematograf ica 
de Eduardo Davidson, pseud, of Claudio 
Eddy Cuza. 78 1. © Claudio Eddy 
Cuza; 4Feb66; DU64999. 



UNCLE AL, book by Vin Cassidy, music 
by James R. Burke. 64 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Vin Cassidy; 25Mar66; DU65489. 



THE UNCONVENTIONAL CONVENTION; comedy 
screenplay by Allan Ramsen, pseud, of 
Alvan Abramsen. 1st draft. 110 1. 
© Alvan Abramsen; llJan66; DU64760. 

UNDER PRESSURE, by Esther Manelius. 
77 1. A play in 5 acts. © Esther 
Manelius; 28jun66; DU66142. 



UNDER THE DREAM WHIP, a play in one act 
by Wendell Metzger. 37 1. © Wendell 
Metzger; 6Jan66; DU64796. 



THE UNDERTAKER, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Donna 
Rogers. 30 1. © Donna Rogers; 
8Mar66; DU65203. 



■jNEQJALLY YOKED, by Vera L. Grace. 
28 1. A play in 5 acts. © Vera L. 
I. race; l8Peb66; DU65066. 



THE UNFOLDING BOOK OF LIFE; sermonette 
with choir, piano & organ response 
by Hank Reed. 2 sheets. © Lion 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 5Apr56; C18451. 



UNHEARD MELODY, by Clarence L. Kinche- 
loe. 93 p. 5 8'^ts. © Clarence L. 
Kincheloe; 15Dec65; A824577. 

THE UNICORN HORN; or. Leave it to the 
tree. A musical fantasy for children 
by Frank Heath (Franklin Heath) & 
H. Ted Busch. 1 v. 2 acts. © Frank 
Heath & H. Ted Busch; 6jan66; 
DU64759. 

A UNIQUE GLASS TECHNOLOGY, by Elsa A. & 
Melbourne J. North. 1 v. © Mel- 
bourne J. North & Elsa A. North; 
l8Jan66; C18204. 

UNITED NATIONS. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
UNITED NATIONS. 



UNITY IS STRENGTH. S«e 

AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK IV: PLAYS 
ABOUT MODERN TIMES. 

THE UNIVERSAL CALL TO HOLINESS, by 

Bernard Haring. 15 1. (The Theologi- 
cal issues of Vatican II) An 
address. © University of Notre 
Dame; l6May66; CI8507. 



THE UNO MURDER CASE; screenplay by 
H. J. M. Melaro. 1 v. © H. J. M. 
Melaro; lApr66; DU65468. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCES OF MONETA, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Amanda P. Winters. 
31 1. © Amfnda P. Winters j 21Apr66; 
DU65620. 

UNTER DEM BRENNGLAS; Komodle in fUnf 
Blldern von Oskar Zemme. Wien, 
Universal Edition. 78 p. © Univer- 
sal Edition, A.G.; 20Dec65; DFO-1451. 



UNTO ALL MANKIND, a Christmas play by 
Clara Hooker Miller. Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Hall- Mack Co. 
16 p. 4 acts. © Rodeheaver Co.; 
9Jun66; DP6073. 



UNTO OTHERS, by Jerry L. Twedt. 72 1. 
A screenplay in 266 scenes. © Jerry 
L. Twedt; 30Mar66; DU65429. 



UP THE HILL WITH JACK AND JILL; book, 
lyriCE, & music by Anthony Guertin. 
10 1. Book & lyrics only. © Anthony 
Guertin; 20Jun66; DU6508't . 

USELESS PRECAUTION. See 
THE BARBER OP SEVILLE. 



V 



THE VALUE OF AN EDUCATION, by Jack D. 
Armstrong (John D. Armstrong) Sheet. 
© Jack D. Armstrong; l4Feb66; Cl83'^8. 



THE VAN GOGH CAPER, a play for tele- 
vision by Max Stelnbock. 17 1. 
3 acts. © Max Steinbook; 29Mar66; 
DU65427. 



VANE, NORMAN THADDEUS. 
THE BLACK SOUL OF DR. 



See 
ZEN. 



VARIATIONS ON A JAZZ TECHNIQUE, by Alvln 
Alley, notated by Raymond Cook. 
6 1. Choreography. © I^ance Notation 
Bureau, Inc.; l8jan66; DP5977. 

THE VARIORUM EDITION OF THE PLAYS OF 
W. B. YEATS. Edited by Russel K. 
Alspach; assisted by Catharine C. 
Alspach. London, MacMlllan. 
1336 p. © Russell K. Alspach & 
Bertha Georgie Yeats; 2'4Jan66; 
AI- 10090. 

THE VATICAN COUNCIL AND ORTHODOX 
THEOLOGY IN AMERICA TODAY, by John 
Meyendorff. 13 1. (The Theological 
issues of Vatican II) An address. 
© University of Notre Dame; l6May66; 
CI8515. 

VATICAN II AND CATHOLIC THEOLOGY TODAY 
AND TOMORROW IN AMERICA, by Walter 
Burghardt. 25 1. (The Theological 
issues of Vatican II) An address. 
© University of Notre Dame; l6May66; 
CI8513. 



VEILLEUR D'AUBE; or, Baruch d'Amsterdam. 
Drame en quatre actes, douze tableaux, 
de Henri Sloves. II5 1. © Henri 
Sloves; lMar66; DU65033. 

LA VENDA EN LOS OJOS; comedia en tres 
actos de Jose Lopez Rubio. Edited 
by Marion P. Holt. New York, Apple- 
ton-Century-Crof ts . I3I p. © Mere- 
dith Pub. Co.; 24May66; A838389. 

VENGEANCE OF THE VAMPIRE, by John 
Phillip Vanderhiden. 75 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © John Phillip Vander- 
hiden; 24jan66; DU64956. 



LAS VENTANAS; drama en dos actos, 

original de Roberto Rodriguez Suarez. 
106 1. © Roberto Rodriguez Suarez; 
25Feb66; DU65159. 

VENTANAS. See 
WINDOWS . 

DIE •VERBOTENEN FRtTCHTE; Schauspiel in 
vler Akten von Franz G. Bagge. 
[Vienna] Universal Edition. l45 p. 
©Universal Edition, A.G.; 220ct65; 
DF 0-14 24. 

VERONICA. See 

BUGS & VERONICA. 



VERONIKA UND DIE SCHSCHER & ZWEI SPITZ- 
BUBEN UND EINE DAME; zwel dramatische 
Splele von Alfred J. Ellinger. Wien, 
Bergland Verlag. 69 p. ( Neue dlch- 
tung aus Osterreich, Bd. 128/129) 
©Bergland Verlag, G.M.B.H.; llDec65; 
AFO-46716. 



A VERY PRIVATE INSTITUTION, by J. T. 
Draga, pseud, of Joanne Taylor. 
17 1. A play in 2 acts. © Joanne 
Taylor; 7Feb66; DU65OII. 

VICIOUS CIRCLE, by Donn Mullally. 1 v. 
A screenplay. Appl . author: Glenn 
Stensel, employer for hire. © Glenn 
Stensel; 21Apr66; DU65460. 



THE VIET NAM STORY; screenplay by 
H. J. M. Melaro. 1 v. © H. J. M. 
Melaro; l8May66; DU65815. 

VIETNAM, VOICES OF PROTEST AND POLICY, 
by Rostrum Records. 28 1. © Rostrum 
Records, Inc.; 28Feb66; C18386. 



VIGNETTES DE MLLS . MISS, par Kelsey 
Flower. 47 p. 7 scenes. (Dollar 
language book series) NM: cover & 
illus. © National Textbook Corp. 
(in notice: Banks Upshaw Division, 
National Textbook Corp.); lJan66; 
A837375 . 



THE VINDICATION OF GOD AS ATTEMPTED BY 
ISAIAH OF JERUSALEM AND APPROPRIATELY 
SCORNED BY A MODERN AUDIENCE; or, 
Isaiah of Jerusalem. A Brechtlan 
morality in 3 acts by J. Perry. 1 v. 
© Jerry Paul Perry; 4Apr66; DU65483. 



THE VINES WERE TWISTED, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Chic Lea, pseud, of Chic Lea-Hy 
Furse. 33 3 . © Chic Lea-Hy Furse; 
21Apr66; DU65958. 

A VIRGIN AT NICK'S, a new play in three 
acts by Charles Horine. 1 v. 
© Charles Horine; 29Jun66; DU66I5O. 

THE VIRGIN, THE LIZARD, AND THE LAMB, 
by Mary Feldhaus Weber. 9 1- 
a' play. © Mary E. Weber; 20Apr66; 
DU65692. 



THE VIRTUOSO, by Thomas Shadwell; 
edited by Marjorie Hope Nicolson & 
David Stuart Rodes. Lincoln, Univer- 
sity of Nebraska Press. 153 P» 
(Regents Restoration drama series) 
5 acts. NM: introd., appendixes, 
explanatory notes. © University of 
Nebraska Press; 7Mar66; A822796. 



THE VISIT, an original story written & 
adapted for television by James C. 
Fagg. 30 1. © James C. Pagg; 
lPeb66; DU64904. 



A VISIT FROM THE DEVIL; three act 
comedy-drama by Muriel Grandt Whit- 
taker. 119 1. © Muriel Grandt 
Whittaker; 13Jan66; DU64771. 



VISIT TO A STABLE, a play in one act by 
Don A. Mueller (Donald A. Mueller) 
28 1. Includes music for 1 song. 
© Don A. Mueller; 17Jan66; DU64780. 

VOTES FOR WOMEN. See 

AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK IV: PLAYS 
ABOUT MODERN TIMES. 

VSAKOGO MUDRETSA DOVOLNO PROSTOTY. 
See 
THE SCOUNDREL. 



VU DU PONT, de Renzo Rossellini. Drame 
en deux actes d'Arthur Miller; 
version italienne de Gerardo Guer- 
rieri; traduction francaise de Jean 
Marie Martin. [Milan] Ricordl. 
227 p. Chant et piano. Appl. states 
prev, pub. 10Mar6l, DF1488. 
© G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; l80ct65; 
DF184 1 . 



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WAGNER'S RING IMPRESSIONS, ITS STORY, 
BEAUTY ^ND MEANING, a dramatic musical 
presentation by Jack F. Wolfram. 
1 V. 2 parts. © Jack F. Wolfram; 
llMar66; CI8397. 

WAIT A MINIM. See 

LONDON TALKING BLUES. 



WALK A CROOKED LINE, a dramatic serial 
for television by Max and Lillian 
Berton. 95 1 . © Max Berton Hr. Lillian 
Bert on; llMar66; DU65356. 

WALK THE HIGH HILL, by Evin C. Varner. 
Episode 1. 20 1. Screenplay in 
6 scenes. © Laujan, Ltd.; 17Mar66; 
DU6532O. 



A WALK THROUGH THE PARK, a 9 character 
play in two acts & 9 scenes by 
R. J. McLoughlln. 92 1. © R. J. 
McLoughlin; 7Mar66; DU65I87. 



WALKING DOWN FREEDOM'S HIGHWAY, a folk 
play by Cyril Simon. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Adapted from the autobiographical 
writing of Woody Cuthris. Book & 
lyrics only. © Cyril Simon; 8Feb66; 
DU64822. 

THE WALTZ INVENTION, a play in three 
acts by Vladimir Nabokov. Translation 
into English by Dimitrl Nabokov. 
1st ed. Phaedra. Ill p. © Vladimir 
Nobokov; 15Feb66; A837829 . 



WAR, an improvisation for two actors 
& a lady by Jean Claude Van Itallle. 
25 1. © Jean Claude Van Itallie; 
12Apr66; DU65537. 



WAR AGAINST INVADERS; original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Raymond Eavenson, Jr. 30 1. © Ray- 
mond Eavenson, Jr.; lFeb66; DU64886. 



WAR AGAINST WINTER; prepared for the 
Salt Institute by Wilding. Writer: 
Toby Carlson. Rev. June 21, I965 . 
28 1. Narration script. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 29Mar66; CI8436. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



51 



THE WARM SEASON, a drama in three acts 
by Maurice Aubrey. 123 1. © Maurice 
Aubrey; 3Mar66; DU65176. 

WARTEZEIT; abendfUllender Einakter von 
Heinz Zechmann. [Vienna] Universal 
Edition. 132 p. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 250ct65; DFO-1425, 

WAS 1ST DAS LEBEN? Ein Vortrag Uber die 
Christllche Wiss'^^schaft von ,Tame>; 
Watt. 26 1. Appl. stasis prev. reg. 
CI6752. NM: tran'Slation. © James 
Watt; 21Jan66; Cl8f'i6. 

WASHINGTON ULCERS; comedy in 3 acts by 
A. Macy Bush. 135 1- Appl. states 
prev. reg. 12Dec52, DU3269O. NM: 
additions & revision. © A. M. Bush; 
lJun66; DU65879. 



WATCH ITI A comedy in three acts by 
Regis Caddie, pseud, of Regis 
Cejrowski. 1 v. © Regis Caddie; 
19Apr66; DU65659. 



THE WAXWORKS, by Amerious J. Cleffi. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Americus 
J. Cleffi; 21Mar66; DU65387. 



WAY DOWN UPON THE HUDSON RIVER, by 
Bruce Stuart, pseud, of Stewart H. 
Benedict. 5 1- A play. © Stewart 
H. Benedict; 10Jun66; DU660II. 



WAY OF THE CROSS, by David T. Millar. 
120 1. A screenplay. © David 
Tullidge Millar; l4Jan66; DU64775. 

WAY OF THE LIGHT, a Christmas play by 
Vickie, pseud, of Victoria Elmasian 
Gostanian. 21 1. 3 scenes. 
© Victoria Elmasian Gostanian; 
24Mar66; DU65434. 



THE WAY OF THE WORLD, by William Con- 
greve, with an introd. by Gerald 
Weales. San Francisco, Chandler Pub. 
Co. 85 p. (Chandler editions in 
drama) 5 acts. © Chandler Pub. Co.; 
8Feb66; DP5994. 



WAY OUT, a television play by Arnold 
Powell. 53 1. © Arnold F. Powell; 
l6Jun66; DU66057. 

THE WAY TO THE KINGDOM, a drama in one 
act by Barbara Johnson. New York, 
S. French. 26 p. Barbara Johnson; 
60ct65; DP5948. 

THE WAYFARERS, by H. Anastassatos 
(Helens Anastassatos Kalogeratos) 
146 1. A screenplay in 42 scenes. 
© Helene Anastassatos Kalogeratos; 
8Mar66; DU65303. 

WE ARE IN LOVE WITH THE VON SCHLEGEL 
TPJiNSLATION, by Robert Lesser. 56 1. 
A play. © Robert Lesser; llMar66; 
DU65247 . 



WE ARE LOOKING FOR A MAN; the script for 
a motion picture prepared for the 
American Oil Co. by Wilding. Writer: 
Sam Beall. Rev. May 4, 1965. 1 v. 
Narration script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 
29Mar66; C18429. 



WEATHER SPOT SERIES. (Wlxy weather) 
By Dayton Allen. Sheet. © Dayton 
Allen; lFeb66; CI8335. 



WEBS; or. The door. By Jack Adler. 
39 1. A play. © Jack Adler; 
12Apr66; DU65546. 

WEDDING PRESENT. See 
DEIN BIS GESTERN. 

A WEEK FROM TODAY, a one act play by 
Norman Wexler. 26 1 . © Norman 
Wexler; 23May66; DU65862. 

THE WEEKEND THAT WAS, a comedy in three 
acts by Mark Van Doren. 109 1. 
© Mark Van Doren; 7Jan66; DU64744. 



WEEP, an original story written & 
adapted for television by James H. 
Dorsett. 30 1. © James R. Dorsett; 
lPeb66; DU64862. 



WEIN DICH AUS AN MEINER SCHULTER. See 
THREE PLAYS FOR TELEVISION'. 



WELCOME TO CHECKERBERRY LAND, an 
original fantasy created by Renee 
Craig (Lorene Craig) Original muelc 
& lyrics composed by Renee Craig, 
storyline <v- dialogue by Dick Floer- 
shelmer % Renee Craig. I6 p. 
8 scenes. © Lorene Craig; 12Apr66; 
DU65368. 



WELCOME TO WIDE-TRACK TOWN; recording 
script for Pontiae Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 11 1. 
© Pontiae Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; CI8275. 

WELCOME TO WIDE-TRACK TOWN, PART II; 
recording script for Pontiae Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
13 1. © Pontiae Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 26Jan66; C18274. 

WE'RE NOT HORSING AROUND, by Lloyd 
Graper. 2 1. Script. © Lloyd 
Graper; l4Feb66; CI8321. 

WEST SIDE STORY. See 
ROMEO AND JULIET. 

THE WESTERN TRAILS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Charles Sylvester. 30 1. © Charles 
Sylvester; lFeb66; DU64919. 

WE'VE GOT MANNERS, a Listen & Learn 
child guidance record by Ruth Silin. 
1 V. (Children's classic series, 
catalogue no.C-302) Script. 
© Ruth Silin; 15Jun66; 018557. 

WHAD I DO, WHAD WHAD? A one act play by 
John Weaver. 38 1 . © John A. 
Weaver; 8Jun66; DU65975 . 



THE WHARF, by Bernard J. Nedell. 
A play. © Bernard J. Nedell; 
9May66; DU65743. 



5 1. 



WHAT A BAWDY FUNERAL, by George H. 
Kessler. 89 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© George H. Kessler; 9Feb66; DU65O26. 

WHAT A PERFECT BUSINESS! A musical 

comedy; story, book & lyrics by Martin 
Silberston, music by John Guamieri. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Martin Silberston & 
John Guarnieri; 26Jan66; DU64722. 

WHAT CAN WE DO? See 
NEEDS IN NUTSHELLS, 



WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY THAT? By Henry 
Kitt. 46 1. A play. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l6Dec63, DU59166. NM: 
additions. © Henry Kitt; 3Feb66; 
DU64995. 



WHAT DO YOU TRUST? A lecture on 
Christian Science by Gordon F. 
Campbell. 31 1- © Gordon F. Camp- 
bell; 21Mar66; CI8458. 

"WHAT IS CHRISTMAS? A pageant by Dorothy 
Cook. 6 p. © Dorothy Cook; 12Nov65; 
DP5975. 



WHAT MADE BENNETT BlTTv Recording script 
for Oldsmoblie Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 17 1. © Oldsmoblie 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
26Jan66; C18262. 

WHAT'S IN THE WIND? A musical with 
book & lyrics by Gretchen Cryer, 
music by Nancy Ford (Nancy Ford 
Charles) 2 v. 2 acts. © Gretchen 
Cryer & Nancy Ford; 22Mar66; Da65456. 

WHEN A SCARL3-I IBIS AIN^I .-?.EEj \j 
O'-riv Jqav/iXj pseud, cf L; s '"iarey. 
1 v. A musical play in 3 acts. 
© Lee Carey & C-criv Uqawix; 
15J-ar;66; Due5891. 



WHEN SUNDAY COMES, by Martin Goldman. 
19 1. A screenplay. © Martin Gold- 
man; 21Feb66; DU65149. 



WHEN THE GUITAR PLAYS THE BLUES, by Roy 
Lee Johnson. Sheet. © Lowery Music 
Co., Inc.; 21Feb66; CI839I. 



WHEN THE PHANTOM LAUGHED, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Stephen W. Harnett. 
30 1. © Stephen W. Harnett; 25Apr66; 
DU65653. 



WHEN THE SAINTS HAVE FALLEN, a screen- 
Dlay by Fred Lawrence Guiles. 
156 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
31Dec57, DU46125 . MM: revisions & 
additions, © Fred Lawrence Guiles; 
10Jun66; DU66092. 

WHEN THE WHISTLE BLOWS, ANYTHING GOES, 
a tense comedy In two acts & three 
scenes by Richard Porter. 120 1. 
© Richard Porter; l4Jan66; DU64812. 



WHEN THE WIND BLEW COOL AT ROSIE'S 
PLACE, by James De Felice. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © James V. 
De Felice, Jr.; 7Apr66; DU65562. 

WHEN YOU'RE IN LOA/E THE WHOLE WORLD IS 
JEWISH; written by Bob Booker & George 
Foster. 20 1. 11 recording scripts. 
© Thirteen Productions, Inc.; l8Mar66; 
CI8389. 

WHERE DOES MY GARDEN GROW? Comedy-drama, 
three acts, six scenes, by J. Lawrence 
Canon. 122 1. © Jack Lawrence Canon; 
24Feb66; DU65II5. 

WHERE IS DE QUEEN? A dream play by 
Jean Claude van Itallie. 27 1. 
A play with music. Book & lyrics 
only. © Jean Claude van Itallie; 
l6jun66; DU 65892. 

WHEREVER THE ILL WINDS BLOW; pt.l. 
Written by F. J. Lauria. 21 1. 
A play for television. Book & 
lyrics only. © Frank J. Lauria; 
llApr66; DU6553I. 



THE WHISTVILLE CHILDREN, an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Mrs. A. R. Bolerjack. 30 1. 
© Mrs. A. R. Bolerjack; llMar66; 
DU65241. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



WHO ARE WE, a play in three acts by 
Lois Duggan. 80 1. Appl . states 
prev. reg. 9Jun64, DU6O386. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Lois 
Duggan; 22Mar66; DU655'^'^. 

WHO HUNG LIAR? A tragi comic dance 
macabre by Yehuda Dov Roth. 204 1. 
A play. © Yehuda Dov Roth; l4Mar66; 
DU6527O. 

WHO IS YOUR BROTHER'S KEEPER? See 
HVEM SKAL VOGTE DIN BRODER? 
KUKA ON VELJESI VARTIJA? 
QUE EST LE GARDIEN DE TON FRERE? 
WIE IS UW BROEDERS HOEDER? 



WHO KILLED PRIVATE BROWN? A dramatic 
reading by K. K. Mclntyre. 1 v. 
© Katherine K. Mclntyre; l6May66; 
DU65784 . 



WHO KILLED TRIXIE FOX? Original story 
& screenplay by Mrs. Len Lidholm. 
34 I. © Mrs. Len Lidholm; 12Jan66; 
DU64764 . 



WHO, ME?! Book by Van Joyce, pseud, of 
Ivan Jacobs & John Boynton; music by 
Van Joyce; lyrics by Van Joyce & 
John Boynton. 1 v. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © John Charles Boynton 
& Van Jacobs; 21Feb66; DU64942. 

WHO MURDERED JACK WILLIAMS? An original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Neil Charles Caven. 3I 1. 
© Neil Charles Caven; 21Apr66; 
DU656I9. 



WHO MURDERED ME? A satire-farce by 
Steven Joel Steinberg written for 
television use. 25 1. ©Steven 
Joel Steinberg; 4Apr66; DU65485. 



WHO SIT IN DARKNESS, by Sister Joel & 
Sister Janet Marie. 25 1- A musical 
play. Book only. © Sisters of 
Providence; 6Jun66; DU65837. 

WHO WILL REMEMBER? A sound filmstrip 
by Rocket Pictures. 6th draft. 
22 1. Shooting script. © Rocket 
Pictures, Inc.; 6Jan66; CI822O. 

THE WHOLE NINTH FLOOR, a play by David 
Phillips, pseud, of Richard Seff. 
Rev. 1 V. A play In 3 acts. 
© Richard Seff; 14Mar66; DU65151. 

WHO'LL DO THE DISHES? A domestic comedy 
by Greta Hartwig (Greta Hartwig 
Manschinger) 83 1. 3 acts. © Greta 
Hartwig Manschinger (Margarethe H. 
Manschinger); 21Jan66; DU64788. 



WHOM SEEKEST THOU? By Frances Getman 
Slater. 1 v. A play. © Frances 
Getman Slater; 17Mar66; DU65392. 

WHO'S AFRAID OF ABIGAIL VAN BUREN. 
See 
A GAME OF JACKS. 

WHO'S AWAY? A comedy in three acts by 
James F. Dreher. 147 1. © James F. 
Dreher; 19Jan66; DU64855. 

WHO'S HUBIE? A one act play by Elton 
Miles. 34 p. © Elton Miles; 
15Dec65; DP5955. 



WHO'S WHO IN THE ZOO, by Carl Kulberg. 
8 1. © Carl Kulberg; 19Apr66: 
C18484. 



WHO'S WHO - 1992, a screenplay by 

Robert C. Maxwell. 126 1. © Robert 
C. Maxwell; 20May66; DU65848. 

WHY I AM A MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF THE 
JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY. See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: WHY I 

AM A MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF THE 

JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY, 

WHY IS A SHIP ALWAYS A SHE? A play 
in two acts by Howard Southgate. 
1 V. © Howard Southgate; 17Jun66; 
DU66135. 



WIDE WORLD, an original story written 
& adapted for television by 
Mrs. A. Georghiades. 30 1. 
© Mrs. A. Georghiades; l6May66; 
DU65796. 

WIE IS UW BROEDERS HOEDER? (Who is your 
brother's keeper?) Een lezing over de 
Christelijke Wetensohap door Neil H. 
Bowles. 29 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. C17618. NM: translation. 
© Neil H. Bowles; 17Feb66; CI83I3. 



WIENER WELTTHEATER; BUhnenwerk in elnem 
Vorsplel, sieben Blldern, sechs 
Zwlschensplelen und elnem Naohspiel 
von Frank Zwilllnger. 1 v. © Prank 
Zwilllnger; 27Jan66; DU64929. 

THE WILD BIRD, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Gladys 
Lucille Cooley. 3I 1. © Gladys 
Lucille Cooley; 21Apr66; DU65618. 



A WILD FIGHT FOR SPRING, a comedy in 
three acts by Tom Erhard (Thomas A. 
Erhard. 60 1. © Thomas A. Erhard; 
3Mar66; DU6522O. 

WILD PEOPLE OF THE NORTH, by John Lynn. 

1 V. A musical play in 3 acts. Book 

& lyrics only. © John Harrison Lynn; 
10Jan66; DU64755. 



A WILLFUL DECEPTION, by Will Lamm 
(Wlllard E. Lamm) 119 1. A comedy 
in 3 acts. © Willard E. Lamm; 
9May66; DU 65825 . 

WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR, by Howard Clewes. 
213 1. A screenplay. © Cavalcade 
Films, Ltd.; 7Peb66; DU64924. 

THE WIMMIDG5 GhOUP, a play in three 
acts by Andrew Glaze. 1 v. © Andrew 
Glaze; 5Jan66; DU64793. 

WIN, PLACE, SHOW; half hour original 
situation comedy by R. L. Grandstaff 
(Ruth L. Grandstaff Rasbuiry) 33 1. 
Screenplay. © Ruth Grandstaff Ras- 
bury; 29Dec65; DU64715. 



THE WIND AND THE WILLOWS; play & lyrics 
by Lorraine Michele, pseud, of Lor- 
raine Michele Seymour. 58 1. 2 acts. 
Freely adapted from the novel by 
Kenneth Grahame . Book & lyrics only. 
© Lorraine Michele Seymour; 2Mar66; 
DU64990. 



THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS, by Kenneth 
Grahame; dramatized by Joseph Baldwin. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. II8 p. 
A play in 2 acts. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 10Feb66; DP5995. 



THE WIND, THE LEAVES, a play for three 
actors by James W. Stephens. I33 1. 
© James W. Stephens; 7Mar66; DU65188. 



WINDOWS; drama in two acts by Roberto 
Rodriguez Suarez. Translated by 
Charles R. Pildltch. 89 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Las ventanas. 
© Charles R. Pildltch; 17May66; 
DU65853. 



THE WINE-DARK SEA, a play in three acts 
by George Graveley, pseud, of George 
Graveley Edwards. St. Albans [Eng.] 
Campfield Press. IO8 p. © George 
Graveley Edwards; l6Dec65; DFO-1431. 

WINNIE-THE-POOH, by Beth Sanford. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Adapted from the story 
by A. A. Milne. © Beth Sanford; 
10Mftr66; DU65100. 



THE WINNING OF FREEDOM, an original 

story written & adapted for television- 
by David McCleary. 30 1. © David 
McCleary; 25Apr66; DU65654. 

WINTER INCIDENT, by Tom Shaw (Thomas 
Henry Shaw. 41 1. A play. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 20Apr54, 27786. 
NM: additions & revisions. ©Thomas 
Henry Shaw; 10Jan66; DU64751. 

WINTER OF A LONELY MOON, a play in four 
acts by Fred Feldman. 1 v. © Fred 
Feldman; 6Apr66; DU65496. 

THE WINTER'S TALE, by William Shakes- 
peare. New York, Washington Square 
Press (W102) 121 p. (The Polger 
Library general reader's Shakespeare. 
General editor: Louis B. Wright. 
Assistant editor: Virginia A. LaMar) 
5 acts. NM: introd., compilation of 
pictures & notes. © Washington 
Square Press, Inc.; 15Dec65; A839967 . 



WIPE THE TEARS FROM YOUR HEART, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Mrs. Era Miller. 33 !• 
©Mrs. Era Miller; llMar66; DU65243. 

THE WISHING FAIRY, by Frank Poccl; 
translated & adapted by Llsl Beer. 
Boston, Branden Press. 16 p. (The 
Silver series of puppet plays) 
2 scenes. From Saemtliohe kasperl- 
komoedien. ©Branden Press, Inc.; 
29Dec65; A80812O. 

WISHING UPON A STAR ATOP MT. PALOMAR, 
a school play in four acts by Hulda 
E. Kreiss. 26 1. © Hulda E. Kreiss; 
23Nov65; DP5937. 

THE WISTER WONDERLAND CIRCUS; written 

by George B. Purnell. 9 P- A musical 

play. © George B. Purrjell; 23Jun66; 
DU66119. 



THE WITCH OF WORCESTERSHIRE, a comic 
opera in two acts. Book by Alan E. 
Strand; music by David H. Williams. 
76 p. 2 acts. © David H. Williams 
& Alan E. Strand; 23May66; DU65668. 



WITCH WAY, a comedy in one act by Anne 
Coulter Martens. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 20 p. (Baker's royalty 
plays) Appl. author: Walter H. Baker 
Co., employer for hire. © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 15Apr66; DP6027. 



THE WITCHES' SABBATH, a play in one act 
by John W. Zorn. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 21 p. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 24Peb66; 
DP6002. 



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1966 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



53 



WITH CUNNING AND SKILL, an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Maurice Raymond. 31 1. 
© Maurice Raymond; lFeb66; DU64896. 

Wrxy WEATHER. See 
WEATHER SPOT SERIES. 



THE WIZARD OF ODDS, a play by T. M. J. 
(Theodore Malcolm Jenkins) 122 1. 
h acts. © Theodore Malcolm Jenkins; 
13Jun66; DU66035. 



THE WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING, by 
Treiva Jean Reed. 11 1. A poem. 
Based on Aesop's fables. © Teiva 
Jean Reed; 26Apr66; C18471. 



WOLVERTON MOUNTAIN, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Donald Jones. J^t 1. © Donald Jones; 
20Jun66; DU66O76. 



THE WOLVES & THE COCKROACHES; two 
1 act plays linked together by a 
very common theme by M. Christian 
Loken. 1 v. © M. Christian Loken; 
19Apr66; DU65577. 



THE WORLD TIPPED OVER, AND LAYING ON 
ITS SIDE, a one act play by Mary 
Feldhaus Weber. I't 1 . © Mary E. 
Weber; 20Apr66; DU65693. 



WORLD WELL LOST. 
ALL FOR LOVE. 



See 



THE WORTH OF HIS BED, by Jan Marga, 
pseud, of Margaret J. Stoddard. 
112 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Margaret J. 
Stoddard; 23May66; DU65758. 

WORTHY WOMAN, a play by Claude McNeal. 
Denver, Azazel Books. 75 P- 2 acts. 
© Claude McNeal; 9Jun66; A845339. 



WREATH FOR A SNOWMAN, a murder mystery 
by Iche Barouch (Itzak Barouch) 
84 1. A screenplay. © Itzhak 
Barouch; l6Mar66; DUesSl**- 



THE YANKEES ARE COMING, an historical 
three act play by Mary Wilson Erick- 
son & Viola Parish Shackelford. 
15 1. © Mary Wilson Erickson & 
Viola Parish Shackelford; 6Jun66; 
DU6595I. 



THE YjUNG DISCIPLE, FAUSTINA, JONAH: 
THREE PLAYS, by Paul Goodman. New 
York, Random House. 200 p. © on 
The Young Disciple, the revision of 
Jonah, the preface, & the comments on 
the plays; Paal Goodman, 220ct65; 
A817251. 

THE YOUNG HERMIT; original story written 
& adapted for television by Harold 
Martinez. 30 1. © Harold Martinez; 
8Mar66; DU65202. 

THE YOUNG LILLIE LANGTRY, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by B. H. Nichols. 33 1. © B. H. 
Nichols; 9Jun66; DU65990. 

THE YOUNG MALE GHOST; original story 
written and adapted for television 
by Etlar August Jonsson. 31 1. 
© Etlar August Jonsson; 9Jun66; 
DU65977. 



THE YOUNGER SON, by Patricia Vought 
Schneider. 24 1. © Pacific School 
of Religion; 280ct65; DP5935. 

YOUR COMMUNITY AND YOU, a lecture on 
Christian Science by Thomas 0. Poyser. 
31 1. © Thomas 0. Poyser; 23Mar66; 
CI8459. 



THE WOMAN OP SAMARIA; written by 

W. Thaddius Hickerson. 7 1. A play 
in 3 scenes. © Ecclesiastic 
Cultural Assn.; 7Feb66; DU65012. 

WOMEN, EDUCATION AND INDIVIDUALITY, 
the commencent address by Ann M. 
Burton. 1*+ 1 . © Ann M. Burton; 
20Jun66; C18627 . 

WOMEN OF TRACHIS. See 
POUR PLAYS BY SOPHOCLES. 

WONDERFUL MYSTERY OF LOVE; written by 
George W. Bradley. Sheet. 
© George William Bradley; 28Apr66; 
C18485. 



THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF WYNKEN, BLYNKEN 
AND NOD, by Kay Lande, pseud, of 
Kathryn Lande Selmer, & Wade Denning. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Den-Lan 
Music Co., Inc.; 6Apr66; DU65499. 



WORD OF HONOR, a three act drama by 
Samuel Barsh. 88 1. © Sajnuel Barsh; 
20Apr66; DU65608. 



WORLD OF JUSTIN MORGAN. 
AMANDA. 



See 



THE WORLD OP WILBUR SCHNEIDER, a play 
in three acts by Ed Wright (Edward T. 
Wright) 67 1. © Edward T. Wright; 
24Mar66; DU65436. 



YEA, TEAM. See 

RALPH AND ROSEY TEEVEE. 



THE YEAR OF THE LEMMINGS, by George G. 
Blackburn. 34 1. A play in 5 
scenes. © George Gideon Blackburn; 
2May66; DU66027. 



THE YELLOW LIGHT OF DUSK, a play in 
three acts by Rose Wilson. 104 1. 
© Rose V. Wilson; 23Mar66; DU65364. 



YESTERDAY'S DREAMS, by Robinson Stockham, 
pseud, of Linda J. Stockham. 55 1. 
A screenplay. Appl. states prev. 
reg. i6Nov64, DU61665. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Linda Juanita Stock- 
ham; 21Mar66; DU65332. 



YOU AND THE STARS, by Anthony Norvell. 
36 1. © Anthony Norvell; 9Jun66; 
CI8552. 

YOU TELL 'EM BETTY; recording script 
for K Mart Division, S. S. Kresge Co. 
by Jam Handy Organization. 13 1. 
© K Mart Division, S. S. Kresge Co.; 
26Jan66; C18306. 



YOU'LL HANG, MY LOVE, by Lucille Emerick 
& Francis Swann. 145 1. A screen- 
play. © Lucille Emerick & Francis 
Swann; 19Jan66; DU64-826. 



YOUR MY FAMILY-BE MINE; written by 
E. J. Redding. 23 1 ■ A musical 
screenplay. Book only. © E. J. 
Redding; 3Jan66; DU6537I. 



YOU'RE SO RIGHT, the script for the 
film. Author: A. Charron, pseud, of 
Arpad Kolar. 128 1. © Arpad Kolar; 
2itFeb66; DU64970. 

THE YOUTH MARKET: YOUNG ADULTS, NEW 

BRIDES; address by Julian H. Miller II, 
21 1. © Julian H. Miller II; 
21Peb66; CI8356. 

YOU'VE GOT YOURSELF A WINNER; recording 
script for Westinghouse Electric Corp. 
by Jam Handy Organization. 17 1. 
©Westinghouse Electric Corp.; 26Jan66; 
C18284. 



ZAUBERPLOTE. See 
THE MAGIC FLUTE. 

ZELMIRA, di Gioacchino Rossini; revi- 
sione di Mario Parenti. Milan, 
Ricordi. 3 v. 2 acts. Partitura. 
Appl. authors: Andrea Leone Tottola 
& others. © G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A. 
17Dec65; DF1849. 

ZWEl SPITZBUBEN UND EINE DAME. See 
VERONIKA UND DIE SCHACHER & ZVffil 
SPITZBUBEN UND EINE DAME. 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



A list, arranged by title, of dramas, dramatico'inusicals, lectures, ser- 
mons, monologs, and radio and recording scripts for which renewal 
registrations w^ere made during the period covered by this issue. 
Information relating to both the original and the renew^al registration 
is included in each entry. References from variant titles and from 
distinctive subtitles are interfiled. 



A 



ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS, a play in 
twelve scenes by Robert Emmet 
Sherwood with a foreword by Carl 
Sandburg. © llFeb39; DP62336 . 
Madeline H. Sherwood (W) & Charles 
Scribner's Sons (PWH of C. Sandburg); 
29Jun66; R388556. 



THE ALLKlJrl FAMILY; episode no. 17, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © l8Feb39; 
D61977. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
8Apr66; R385161. 



THE ALDRICH FAMILY"; episode nc.l8, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © l8Feb39; 
D61978. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
8Apr66; R385152. 



THE AMERICAN WAY, a play in two acts by 
George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart. 
© 8Dec38; DU60755. Anne Kaufman 
Schneider (C); l4jan66; R378267. 



THE AMERICAN WAY, by George S. Kaufman 
& Moss Hart. © 31Mar39; DP62828. 
Catherine Carlisle Hart (W) ; 25May66; 
R386986. 



AFTER ALL THESE YEARS. 
WINTER WHEAT. 



See 



THE AGE OF GOLD, an American historical 
play by William Mahl. © l6Feb39; 
D62244. William Mahl (A); 13Apr66; 
R3845I1O. 

L'AIR DU TEMPS, com^die au trois actes 
de Charles Vildrac, pseud, de Charles 
Messager. © l6Apr38j 057724. Charles 
Vildrac (A); 2Feb66; R37966O. 



THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 12, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © l8Feb39; 
D61972. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
8Apr66; R 385 15 6. 



THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 13, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © l8Feb39; 
D61973. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
8Apr66; R385157. 



THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no.l4, by 
Clifford Goldsmith. © l8Feb39; 
D61974. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
8Apr66; R 385 15 8. 



THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 15, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © l8Feb39; 
D61975. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
8Apr66; R385159. 



THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no.l6, by 
Clifford Goldsmith. © l8Feb39; 
D61976. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
8Apr66; R385160. 



THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 19, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © l8Feb39; 
D61979. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
8Apr65; R385163. 



THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 20, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © l8Feb39; 
D6198O. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
8Apr66; R385164. 



ALL THE LIVING, a play in 3 acts by 
Hardle Albright. Based on the book 
I knew 3,000 lunatics by Victor R. 
Small. © 25JUI38; D58445. Hardie 
Albright (A); l9Jan66; R378408. 



ALL THE LIVING, by Hardie Albright. 
Based on the book I knew 3,000 luna- 
tics, by Victor R. Small. © 15Apr38; 
D56406. Hardie Albright (A); 4Mar66; 
R381425. 



ALL WILL CHANGE, by William Mahl. 
Adapted from The changeling by 
Thomas Middleton & William Rowley. 
© 9Feb39; D61782. William Mahl (A); 
13Apr66; R384541. 



AMAZING DR. CLITTERHOUSE; play in 3 
acts by Barre Lyndon. © IJUI38; 
DP5818O. Barre Lyndon (A); 20Apr66; 
R38403B. 



AMERICAN LANDSCAPE, a play in three 
acts by Elmer Rice. © 17Jan39; 
DP62897. Elmer Rice (A); 21Jun66; 
R388356. 



AND ALL THAT; book & lyrics by Reginald 
Arkell, music by Alfred Reynolds. 
Text. © 2OJUI38; DP6O5II. David 
Arkell (C); 6Jun66; R387214. 



ANNA LUKASCA, by Philip Yordan. 
© 28Mar38; DU56O76. Philip 
Yordan (A); 24Mar66; R38273't • 



APRIL CLOUDS, by Peggy Harwell & Miles 
Malleson, based on a Hungarian play 
by Edith Jacobi. © 2OJUI38; DP59564 . 
Miles Malleson (A); 9Jun66; R387466. 



AU]\!T LIZZIE'S MILLIONS; one act comedy 
by Ethel Baker. (In The Amateur 
theatre & playrights journal, July 29, 
1938) © 29JUI38; DP6066I. Ethel 
Baker (A); 6jun66; R387219. 



THE AWAKENING OF PRINCESS PLEASURE, by 
Grace Marriner Bawn. © 24Feb39; 
D62411. Grace Marriner Bawn (A); 
27Jun66; R388948. 



B 



BACKGROUND, a comedy in one act for 
women by Gertine Ahrens. © 28N0V38; 
D60560. Gertine Ahrens (A); l4Apr66; 
R385663. 

LA BAL DES VOLEURS; com^dle-ballet 
en^dite en quatre tableaux de Jean 
Anouilh. © IN0V38; D6II5O. Jean 
Anouilh (A); 2Feb66; R379670. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



BALL TURNS ONCE, by Jack Loudan. 
© l6Mar38j DF56412. Jack Loudan 
(A); 25Jan66; R379O58. 

BARBARA; comedie en trols aotes de Michel 
Duran. © l4May38; D57726. Michel 
Duran (A); 2Peb66; R379661 . 

THE BASTION SAINT GERVAIS, a play in 

one act by Maxwell Anderson. © 9Apr38; 
D56572. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W) , 
Alan Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson & Hesper A. Leven- 
stein (C); 3Mar66; R38l407. 

BLACK SWANS; in 3 acts by Geoffrey Kerr. 
© 2OJUI38; DP59565. Geoffrey Kerr 
(A); 9Jun66; R387467 . 



LE BONNET D'ANE; comedie en un acte en 
prose de Maxime Lery, pseud, de 
Maxime Levy & Guy d'Abzac, pseud, de 
Guy Marsao. © 30Apr38; D57722. 
Maxime Levy (A) & Domaines Curatelles 
& Desherences (E of G. Marsac); 
7Feb66; R3835O6. 



DIE BURGER VON CALAIS; Oper in 3 Akten, 
Text von Caspar Neher, Musik von 
Rudolf Wagner-Regeny. Vocal score. 
© 150ct38: DP39604. Rudolf Wagner- 
Regeny (Al & Frank Tornquist (E of 
C. Neher); 25Apr66; R385126. 



BUILDING FOR TOMORROW, by employees 
of Jam Handy Picture Service & 
Coca-Cola Co. © 3Mar39; d62208. 
Coca-Cola Co. (PWH); 12May66; 
R386025. 



CHI HOUSE by Mary Coyle Chase. 

© 4Apr38; D56214. Mary Coyle Chass 
(A); 7Mar66; R38176I. 

CALL IT A DAY. See 

DER ERSTE FRUHLINGTAG. 



CALLING ALL STARS, NO.l, by Monte 
Kleban & James Reach. © 29Sep38; 
D5933O. James Reach (A); 15Feb66; 
R380231- 



CASE OF THE LAUGHING DWARF, in 3 acts 
by James Reach. © 25N0V38; D60557 . 
James Reach (A); 15Feb66; R380238. 

CAVALIER SEUL, by Henry Bernstein, Jean 
Nohain & Maurice Diajnant-Berger. 
© 24Mar38; D561IO. Madame G. Gruber, 
nee George Bernstein (G); 2Peb66; 
R379650. 

CHAMPION; com€die en quatre actes de 
Jean Bever, pseud, de Jean Dansaert 
& Alfred Vercourt, pseud. d'Alfred 
Leblan. © 15Jun38; D5773I . Jean 
Leblan (C) & Mme . Jean Bever-Dansaert, 
n^e Yvonne Jolibois (w); 7P'eb66; 
P.37968O. 



CHEESE COTTAGE, in 3 acts by John 
Hershey, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 310ct38; D60149. James Reach (A); 
15Feb66; R380233- 



CHILDREN OF DARKNESS; tragi-comedy in 
3 acts by Edwin Justus Mayer. 
© 15Aug38; DP60364. Paul Mayer (C); 
4May66; R385528. 

CHINESE URSURER IN HIS VILLAGE; drama 
in 3 scenes by George Kuhung, adapted 
by Scott Farnworth. © lAug38; 
DP58435. Scott Farnworth (A); 
19May66; R386400. 

CHRIST'S COMET, a play in 3 acts by 
Christopher Hassall. © 9Feb39; 
D62213. Evelyn Helena Hassall (W) ; 
25May66; R386544 . 

CINDERELLA'S SLIPPER, an operetta in 
•■♦-three acts. Adapted & dramatized by 
Theodosia Paynter; music by G. A. 
Grant-Schaefer. Vocal score & 
libretto complete. Based on the old 
fairy story by the Brothers Grimm. 
© 10Feb38; D39409. Raymond A. Hoffman 
Co., Inc. (PWH); 5Jan66; R377469. 

CLOUD OVER BREAKSHIN, by We Id on Stone. 
© ION0V38; DU6OI83. Katharine Stone 
(W); 7Feb66; R379250. 

COGGERERS, by Paul Vincent Carroll. 
© 29Mar38; DU56087. Paul Vincent 
Carroll (A); 25Jan66; R379059. 



CAMP CALAMITY, a play in 3 acts by 

James Reach & Monte Kleban. © l4Jul38; 
t58l76. James Reach (A); 15Feb66; 
R380227 . 

LE CANTIQUE DES CANTIQUES; piece en un 
acte de Jean Giraudoux. © 17Dec38; 
D61622. Mme. Jean Giraudoux, n'ee 
Suzanne Boland (W) & Jean Pierre 
Giraudoux (C); 2Feb66; R379672. 



LE CANTIQUE DES CANTIQUES; pie\e en 

un acte de Jean Giraudoux. © 10Jan39; 
D62830. Mme. Jean Giraudoux, n&e 
Suzanne Boland (W) & Jean Pierre 
Giraudoux (C); 23May66; R386049. 

LE CAP DES TEMPETES; pi^ce en cinq actes 
de Henry Bernstein. © 10Dec38; 
D61621 . Mme. G. Gruber, n€e George 
Bernstein (c); 2Feb66; R37967I. 



CAPTAIN'S UNIFORM, a dramatic cartoon 
in 3 acts adapted by Howard Dietz 
from Der hauptmann von Kopenick, by 
Carl Zuckmayer. © 26Apr39; D632IO. 
Howard Dietz (A); 26Apr66; R385183. 

CAROLINE. See 

LE TRAIN POUR VENISE. 



COMIN' 'ROUND THE MOUNTAIN, in one act 
by Ned Albert, pseud, of Wilbur Braun, 
© 8Apr38; DF56518. Wilbur Braun (A); 
10Feb66; R379242. 



THE CORN IS GREEN, a comedy in 3 acts 
by Emlyn Williams. © 80ct38; 
D59521. Emlyn Williams (A); 8Apr66; 
R385149. 

LE CORSAIRE; conte en deux actes et six 
tableaux de Marcel Achard. © 21May38; 
D57727. Marcel Achard (a); 2Feb66; 
R379662. 



CRADLE AND ALL, a play in one act by 
James Reach. © 28Mar38; D564l4 . 
James Reach (A); 15Feb66; R380226. 

CRAZY HOUSE, a play in 3 acts by Pete 
Williams, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 26JUI38; D58438. James Reach (A); 
15Feb66; R380228. 

CROWN ON THE HALL-TREE; comedy in 3 acts 
by Allen Saunders. © 21Apr38; D56495. 
Allen Saunders (A); 4Mar66; R38l426. 

THE CUBAN PLAY, a play in three acts by 
Clifford Odets. © 13Apr38; D56441. 
Nora Odets & Walt Whitman Odets (C); 
3Mar66; R38l4o6. 



CUCKOO IN THE NEST; play in 3 acts by 
Ben Travers. © 10Aug38; DP58743. 
Ben Travers (a); 6jun66; R3872IO. 

CYNTHIA PARKER; book by Jan Isbel 
Fortune & Julia Smith. Text only. 
© l80ct38; DU59948. Julia Smith (A); 
7Jun66; R38726O. 



D 



LA DAMA BOBA. (La ragazza sciocca) 
Commedia lirica in tre atti di Mario 
Ghisalbertl, musica dl E. Wolf-Ferrari 
dalla commedia di Lope de Vega. 
Vocal score. © 20Dec38; DFO-39597. 
Gugllelma C. Funck (W of E. Wolf- 
Ferrari); 21Jan66; R378990. 

LA DAMA BOBA. (La ragazza sciocca) 
Commedia lirica in tre atti di Mario 
Ghisalberti, musica di Wolf-Ferrari 
dalla commedia di Lope de Vega. 
Libretto. © 20Dec38; DFO-61429. 
Mario Ghisalbertl (A); 21Jan66; 
R37899I. 



DANGER, GIRLS WORKING, by James Reach. 
© 26JUI38; D58439. James Reach (A); 
15Feb66; R380229. 

DANS LA MARINE; operette. Libretto, 
Kerraorel et Bertal-Maubon; music, 
Eugene Gavel. Chant et piano. 
© 31Dec38; D39667. Georgette 
Os-vel (W); 7Jan66; R377668. 

DAPHNE; Tragedie bucoloique en une acte 
de Joseph Gregor. Musique de Richard 
Strauss; reduction pour piano et chant 
de Ernst Gemot Klussman. French text 
by Jean Chantavoine. © 27Dec38; 
DP39583. Franz Strauss (PWH); 
28Dec65; R376923. 

DAPHNE, OP. 82; tragedie bucolique en 
une acte de Joseph Gregor, music by 
Richard Strauss. French version by 
Jean Chantavoine. © 7Mar39; D62549. 
Franz Strauss (PWH); 8Mar66; R38l675. 



DARK HARVEST. 
SPIROCHETE . 



See 



DAWN IN LYONESSE, a play in three acts 
by Thomas Job from the novel by 
Mary Ellen Chase. © 24Sep38; 
D5923O, Thomas M. Job & Ann Bron- 
wen Job (C); 12Jan66; R378210. 

DEAR ABIGAIL, a play in three acts by 
David Belasco Howard. © 27Jan38; 
D54860. David Belasco Howard (A); 
5Jan66; R377459. 

DEATH IN MY HAND, a mystery play in 

three acts by Robert Wallsten & Mignon 
G. Eberhart. Based on the novel Fair 
Warning, by Mignon G. Eberhart. 
© l8Jun38; D57529. Mignon G. Eber- 
hart (A); l6Mar66; R38l684 . 

DEATH IN MY HAND; play in 3 acts by 
Robert Wallsten & Mignon G. Eberhart. 
Based on a novel by Mignon G. 
Eberhart. © l8Jun38; DU57529. 
Robert Wallsten & Mignon G. Eberhart 
(A); 20Apr66; R384034. 

DEATH OF AN INDIAN, a play in three 
acts by Robert Ardrey. © IN0V38; 
D59902. Robert Ardrey (A); l6Mar66; 
R381679. 



LES DEMOISELLES DU LARGE; piece un 

quatre actes & huit tableaux de Roger 
Vitrac. © lAug38; D59827 . Mme. Fran- 
cois Grondin, nee Anne Francine Myey 
(W); 7Feb66; R379682. 



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DETOUR, a play in three acts & ten 

scenes by Louis Weitzenkorn & Charles 
Angoff . © 27Aug38; D58741. Use 
Lahn Weitzenkorn (W) & Charles Angoff 
(A); l4Feb66; R37964l. 



THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER, an opera 
in one act. Music by Douglas Moore; 
libretto by Stephen Vincent Benet. 
Text only. © Thomas C. Benet, Rachel 
B. Lewis & Stephanie Mahin (C); 
13Jun66; R588878. 



THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER, an opera 
in one act. Music by Douglas Moore; 
libretto by Stephen Vincent Benet. 
Text only. © l8May39; D64116. 
Thomas C. Benet, Rachel B. Lewis & 
Stephanie Mahin (C); 15Jun66; 
R388878. 

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER, an opera 
in one act by Stephen Vincent Benet. 
Text only. © 7Jul38; D5785I. 
Thomas C. Benet, Rachel Benet Lewis 
& Stephanie Benet Mahin (C); 3Feb66; 
R379640. 

DEVIL TAKE A WHITTLER, by Weldon Stone, 
© l8Mar58j DF55967. Katharine Stone 
(W); 7Feb66; R3792't3. 



THE DEVIL TO PAY, a stage play by 
Dorothy L. Sayers (Dorothy Leigh 
Sayers Fleming) © 19Jun39; D65509. 
Anthony Fleming (C); 22Jun66; 
R58837O. 



THE DICTATOR; play in five acts and 
epilogue by Charles Spencer Chaplin. 
© 16N0V38; D60332. Charles Spencer 
Chaplin (A); 17Feb66; R380199. 

DOCTOR O'TCOLE, by James Bernard Fagan. 
© 27JUI38; DP59029. Mary Fagan (w); 
9Jun66; R38746I. 

DOCTOR THERE'S DANGER; In 3 acts by 
Falkland L. Cary. (In The Amateur 
theatre, new play number) © 25Aug38; 
DP59038. Falkland L. Cary (A); 
9Jun66; R387462. 

DON JUAN. See 

LE TRIOMPH DE SEVILLE. 

DREAMING; or, Warum? A play in 48 

scenes by Mollie O'Brian. © 28Feb38; 
D55652. Mollie O'Brian (A); 10Jan66; 
R379954. 

DULCINEE; tragi-com^dle en deux parties 
et neuf tableaux de Gaston Baty. 
© 31Dec38; D61917. Mme . Gaston Baty, 
n^e Jeanne Laval (W); 2Peb66; R379675. 

DUO, by Paul Geraldy & Colette, pseud, 
of Gabrielle Goudeket. © 17Dec38; 
D61154. Paul Geraldy (A) & Maurice 
Goudeket (Wr); 7Feb66; R379652. 



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THE EARLY LIFE OF HENRY ALDRICH; one 
act play by Clifford Goldsmith. 
© 4Jun38; D57343. Clifford Goldsmith 
(A); l6Mar66; R381685 . 

EDOUARD ET CAROLINE. See 
LE MONDE A L'ENVERS. 



ELISABETH VON ENGLAND; Oper in 4 Akten 
von Paul von Klenau. Textdichtung 
vom Komponisten; Klavierauszug mit 
Text. © I40ct38; DF39605. Margarethe 
Klimt-Klenau (W); 25Apr66; R385127. 



EMPEROR OF MAKE-BELIEVE; play in 3 acts 
by Madge Pemberton & Malcolm Morley. 
© 5Apr38; D56520. Madge Pemberton & 
Malcolm Morley (A); 4Mar66; R381428. 



THE EMPRESS EUGENIE, a three act play 
by Marie Belloc Lowndes. © 260ct38; 
D59859. Susan Lowndes Marquis (C); 
6Ju166; R389136. 



ERMINE UP TO DATE, a newly rev. & up to 
date version of the comic opera in 
three acts. Rev. book & lyrics & 
libretto by E. Romayne Simmons, After 
the original by Harry & Edward Paul ton. 
© l8Feb39; D62004. Select Theatres 
Corp. (PWH); l8Feb66; R380941. 

DER ERSTE FRUHLINGSTAG. (Call it a 

day) Von Dodie Smith, ubertragung von 
Hans Bartsch. © 26Apr38: DU56863. 
Irene Palasty Bartsch (W); 21Apr66; 

R384636. 



EVERYBODY WORKS BUT FATHER; comedy in 
3 acts by Orville Snapp, pseud, of 
Wilbur Braun. © 8Apr38; D56519. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 4Mar66; 
R381427. 



THE FABULOUS INVALID, a play in two acts 
by George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart. 
© 13Dec38; DP60799. Anne Kaufman 
Schneider (C); I4jan66; R378268. 



DIE FAMILIE CONWAY. (Time and the 
Conways) Von J. B. Priestley, 
Deutsch von Hans Bartsch. © 3Apr39; 
DU62765. Irene Palasty Bartsch (W); 
21Apr66; R384635. 



THE FAMILY REUNION, a play by T. S. 
Eliot. © 20Mar39; D62530. Esme 
Valerie Eliot (W) ; 31May66; R386668. 



FAR ABOVE RUBIES, a one act comedy for 
women by Gertine Tihrens. © l8Feb39j 
D61984, Gertine Ahrens (A); l4Apr6b; 
R385662. 



LA FEMME DE MA VIE; com^die en trois 
actes de Louis Verneuil, pseud, de 
Louis Collin Du Bocaige. © 8Apr39j 
D63833. Florence Ryan (E); 9May66; 
R385992. 

UNE FEMME ET UN ROI; pidce en trois 
actes et six tableaux de Julier 
Luchaire. © 29Jun38; D58O98. 
Mme. Dawid, n^e Rose Anne Amarant (E) 
2Feb66; R379664 . 

FIFTH HORSEMAN, a play In 3 acts by 
D. Held. © lMar39; d62165 . Don 
Reld (A); 21Mar66; R382713. 



FIREBRAND; play in 3 acts by Edwin 
Justus Mayer. © 26JUI38; DP58443. 
Paul Mayer (C); 4May66; R385532. 

FINAL TRIUMPH; drama in 3 acts by 
Robert St. Clair. © 3Aug38; 
DP59548. Robert St. Clair (A); 
19May66; R386398. 

FRIEDENSTAG; Oper In elnem Aufzug von 
Joseph Gregor; Op. 8I. Muslk von 
Richard Strauss; Klavierauszug mlt 
Text von Ernst Gemot Klussman. 
Vocal score. © 9Feb38; D39412. 
Franz Strauss (C & PWH of E. G. 
Klussman); 3Jan66; R376917. 



FRIEDENSTAG; Oper in einem Aufzug von 
Joseph Gregor; Op. 8I. Muslk von 
Richard Strauss. Libretto. © 27Jul35; 
D58507. Franz Strauss (PWH); 3Jan66; 
R376919. 



FRIEDENSTAG. 
PEACE DAY. 



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FRIENDLY FOREST; pageant cantata for 
young people by Elsie Duncan Yale, 
composers: J. Lincoln Hall, Grace 
Hosner & others. © 30Mar39; 
D39647. Rodeheaver Co. (PWH of 
E.-D. Yale); 5May66; R385785 . 



THE FROG PRINCE; operetta in two acts, 
dramatization of a well known fairy 
tale by Evalyn Gares Parker & Glenada 
H. Boda. © 27Feb39; D3963O. Evalyn 
G. Parker (A); 21Mar66; R382229. 



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GASLIGHT; in 3 acts by Patrick Heunilton. 
© 17Feb39; D78298. Ursula Winifred 
Hamilton (W) ; 5May66; R385470. 



THE GENTLE PEOPLE, a play in 3 acts by 
Irwin Shaw. © 22Jul38; D58ll4 . 
Irwin Shaw (A); 3Jun66; R387156. 



GHOSTS; tragedy in 3 acts by Henrlk 
Ibsen, English version by Norman 
Glnsbury, Introd. by Tyrone Guthrie. 
© 2Jun38; DP58514. Norman Glnsbury 
(A); 20Apr56; R384037, 

GIRL FROM WYOMING, by Jerrold Krimsky. 
© 24Aug38; DU58683. Sophie Krimsky 
(El; 19May66; R386399. 



GIVE THE KID A CHANCE, by Gus Edwards. 
© 7N0V38; D60060. Leo Edwards 
& Dorothea S. Edwards (NK); 17Feb66; 
R380679- 

GOODBYE, MR. CHIPS, by James Hilton & 
Barbara Burnham, based on James 
Hilton's novel. © 28Feb38; DU55534. 
Robert Porterfield (E) & Barbara 
Burnham (A); 4Feb66; R37925I. 

THE GREAT CIPOLLA, a one act play by 
Milton Lewis. © l8Jun"'B, D'=^'7'^^^. 
Gloria Lewis (W) ; 12May66; R386475. 



GUDRUN, eine Deutsche Ballade in 2 
Akten, 5 Bildern von Ludwig 
Roselius. Libretto. © 2Nov38; 
D61343. Ludwig Roselius (A); 
9May66; R3857I8. 



H 



HAITI. See 

PROLOGUE TO GLORY. 

HAPPY ENDING, by Francis Morton Howard. 
1 act. © 2OJUI38; DP5956O. Francis 
Morton Howard (A); 9Jun66; R387464 . 

r/S HEIRAT; Oper in zwei Bildern; Muslk 
les ersten Bildes von M. Moussorgsky, 
.'lusik des zweiten Bildes von 
A. Tscherepnin. Instrumentiert von 
A. Tscherepnin. Text von N. W. Gogol; 
Deutsch von Heinrich Burkard . Klavier- 
auszug mit Gesang. © 9Mar38; D39499. 
Alexander Tscherepnin (A) & Emil 
Sauer (E of H. Burkard); 3Jan66; 
R38207I. 

HER FIRST PARTY DRESS; one act by Hilda 

Memning, pseud, of James Reach. 

© 9Sep38; D60154 . James Reach (A); 
15Feb66; R380234 . 



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Jan.-June 



HERMITAGE J by S. Easton, scenario by- 
Sam Williams. © 19May39; D63692. 
Sidney Easton (A); 19May66; R386868. 

THE HERNE'S EGG, bv William Butler 

Yeats. © 21Jan38; AI-23655J 12Apr38; 
DP56727. Georgie Yeats (W), Michael 
B. Yeats & Anne Yeats (C); 12Jan66; 
R378l8if. 



IS LIFE WORTH LIVING? In three acts by 
Lennox Robinson. Rev. ed. © 8Apr38; 
DF56689. Mrs. Lennox Robinson (W): 
9Peb66; R379238. 

THE ISLAND, a play in 3 acts by Merton 
Hodge (Horace Emerton Hodge) 
© l4Mar38; D582't2. Catherine M. 
Hodge (W); 14Mar66; R382751. 



LES JOURS HEUREUX; comidie en trois actes 
et quatre tableaux de Claude Andre 
Puget. © 2JUI38; D58378. Claude 
Andrg Puget (A); 2Feb66; R379bfa5. 

JUDGE not: a Masonic play in one act 
by Carl H. Claudy. © 15Sep38; 
D59639. Carl H. Claudy, Jr. (C); 
23Feb66; R380999. 



HEY SISj radio program by Ruby Puck & 
Bert Kalmar, Jr. © 19Aug38; D5857O. 
Jessie Kalmar (W) ; 19Jan66; R378386. 

HOCHZEIT IN SAMARKANDj operetta by 
Eduard Kunneke & Richard Kessler. 
© 10ct38; DF1844. Evelyn Klinneke & 
Alexander Kessler (C); 17May66; 
R38917O. 

HCORAY FOR YOUTH, in 3 acts by Hilda 
Manning, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 150ct38; D60165. James Reach (a); 
15Feb6e; R38G235. 



HOPE FOR A HARVEST; play in 3 acts by 
Sophie Treadwell. © 9JUI38; 
D'J57967. Sophie Treadwell (A); 
itMay66; R38553'<-. 



HOUSEMASTER; comedy in 3 acts by 
Ian Hay, pseud, of John Hay Beith. 
© 2OJUI38; DP59563. Helen Margaret 
Beith (W); 19May66; R386396. 

THE HUMAN CRISIS, a f._ur-act play in 
poetic verse by Constantine Alex- 
ander Hagl Mallis. © 6Sep38; 
DJ589II. Constantine Alexander 
Hagi Mallis (A); 6Jun66; R387579. 



I 



DIE IDEALE GATTIN ; Operette in drei 
Akten von Alfrea GrUnwald & Julius 
Brammer; musik von Franz Lehar. 
Regie- und Soufflierbuch. © 5Feb38; 
DF5707O. Mina GrUnwald (W); lFeb66: 
R379586. 



IF SO BE THOU MAYEST PREVAIL! By Louis 
Ambrose Rltter. © 100ot38; CIOIO6. 
L. A. Ritter (A); 31Mar66; R383626. 

L' IMPROMPTU; pi^ce en un acte de Jean 
Giraudoux. © 17Dec38; D61623. Mme. 
Jean Giraudoux, n^e Suzanne Boland (w) 
& Jean Pierre Giraudoux (C); 2Feb66; 
R379669. 

IN FINER NACHT, ein Schausplel von 
Franz Werfel. © 50ct37; D55198. 
Anna Mahler- Flstoulari (Adm. c.t.a.); 
26Aag65; R383O6O. 

L'INCERTAIN; comg'die en olnq tableaux 
de Jean Anoullh. © 120ct38; D59842. 
Jean Anouilh (A); 2Feb66; R379667. 

INDIAN SUMMER, by Owen Davis. 

© 10Jun39; D64o60. Donald Davis (C); 
l6Jun66; R388096. 

THE INNER SILENCE, by Elmer Harris. 
© 2JUI38; D5813I. Elmer Harris (A); 
12May66; R386029. 

THE INTERNATIONAL BRIGADE, by Barrie 
Stavis. © 20Aug38; DU586IO. 
Barrie Stavis (A); 6Apr66; R384076. 

L'INvlTE INATTENDU; operette en un acte 
de Charles Louis Pothier & Pierre 
Thomas, musique de Luclen Pipon. 
■'Llvret. © 30Dec38; D63738. 
Fernande Lepigeon, veuve Pothier & 
Julie Plessis, veuve Thomas (W); 
21Jan66; R377721. 



ISLAND, by Merton Hodge, pseud, of 
Horace Emerton Hodge. © l4Mar38; 
DP58242. Frederick Leonard Duncan 
(E); 7Feb66; R379247. 



IT MIGHT HAPPEN TO YOU; drama in 
3 acts by Leon Lord. © 3Aug38; 
DP59555. Leon Lord (A); 19May66; 
R386397. 



IT WAS LIKE THIS by Harry Segall. 

© 3ON0V38; D6o4iH. Harry Segall (A); 
l6Mar66; R381907 . 

ITALIAN WOMAN; one act play by Wilfrid 
Grantham. {In The Amateur theatre 
& playrights Journal, July 1, 1938) 
© IJUI38; DP60655. Wilfrid Grantham 
(A); 6jun66; R3872I5. 

IT'S AUTUMN NOW; play in 1 act by Philip 
Johnson. © 5Apr38; D56522. Philip 
Johnson (A); 4Mar66; R38l'f29. 



IT'S IN THE BAG; dramatic composition 
by employees of Jam Handy Picture 
Service & Coca-Cola Co. © 29Mar39; 
D62635. Coca-Cola Co. (PWH) ; 
12May66; R386027. 



JULIETTE; comedie en trois actes de 
Jean Hassan, pseud, of Jean Yulzari . 
© 24Dec38; D62829. Jean Yulzari (A); 
7Feb66; R379687. 



J 



J'AI DIX SEPT ANS; piece en quatre actes 
de Paul Vandenberghe. © 17Dec38; 
D61189. Mme. Paul Vandenberghe, nee 
Suzanne Grothe (W) ; 7Feb66; R379685. 

JEANNE D'ARC AU BUCHER, de Paul Claudel. 

© 15Jun39; D64761. Mme. Paul Claudel, 

nee Peine Sainte Marie Perrin (W); 
IIJUI66; R389OO8. 



JEUNES PILLES; comidie en trois actes 
de Gabriel Emme, pseud, de Gabrlelle 
Gautier Melinand & Lucien Dabril, 
pseud, de Raoul Lecoq. © 4Nov38; 
D61097. Gabrlelle Gautier Melinand 
& Raoul Lecoq (A); 31Mar66; R3835O8. 



JOUR DE PAIX; oper en un acte de Joseph 
Gregor; Op. 8I. Musique de Richard 
Strauss; reduction pour piano et chant 
de Ernst Gemot Klussman. French 
version by Jean Chantavoine. 
© 27Dec38; D39584. Franz Strauss 
(PWH); 3Jan66; R376918. 

JOHNNY APPLESEED, by E. P. Conkle. 
Based upon the life of Johnny Apple - 
seed. © 23Apr38; D56543. Ellsworth 
Prouty Conkle (A); 4Mar66; R38l't31. 



JOHN DOE, a play in one act by Bernard 
Victor Dryer. © 15Jun38; D57523. 
Bernard Victor Dryer (A); 9Jun66; 
R387663 . 



JOUR DE PAIX, OP.8I; opera en un acte de 
Joseph Gregor, musique de Richard 
Strauss, traduction francaise de Jean 
Chantavoine. Libretto. © 7Mar39; 
D62548. Franz Strauss (PWH); 8Mar66; 
R381676. 



K 



KEEP DREAMING; 3 acts by John Rand, 
pseud, of James Reach. © 150ct38; 
D6OI69. James Reach (A); 15Feb66; 
R380237 . 

KING WITH A TIN CROWN, by Agnes M. 
Miall. 1 act. © 2OJUI38: DP59559. 
Agnes M. Miall (A); 9Jun66; 
R387463. 

KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY, a musical comedy 
in two acts. Book & lyrics by Maxwell 
Anderson as written to be set to music 
by Kurt Weill. Book only. © 31Dec38; 
DP61205. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W), 
Alan Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson & Hesper A. Leven- 
stein (C); 27Jan66; R379149. 

KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY, a musical 
pastoral in two acts. Words by 
Maxwell Anderson; music by Kurt 
Weill. Book only. © l8jun38; 
DU57530. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W), 
Alan Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson & Hesper A. Leven- 
stein (C); 27Jan66; R379147. 

KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY, a musical 
pastoral in two acts. Words by 
Maxwell Anderson; music by Kurt 
WeilL Rev. version. Book only. 
© 16JUI38; DU58O34. Gilda Oakleaf 
Anderson (C), Alan Anderson, Terence 
Anderson, Quentin Anderson & Hesper A. 
Levenstein (C); 27Jan66; R379148. 



LADIES AND GENTS, by W. C. Engvick. 
© l8Mar39; D62li6l. William C. 
Engvick (A); l8riar66; R38256O. 



LADIES DAY, a play in 3 acts by Bertrand 
Robinson & Bob Considine. © 17 Jan 39; 
D61275. Select Theatres Corp, (PWH); 
lFeb66; R379937. 



LADIES IN MOONLIGHT; one act play by 
Besse Patterson Gephart. © 25Apr38; 
DP57II7. W. F. Gephart (C); 
30Mar66; R383125. 



THE LAPHAM GIRLS; comedy in 3 acts by 
Samuel Yellen & Edwin W. Kenworthy. 
Dramatization of part of W. D. Howells' 
The rise of Silas Lapham. © 16N0V38; 
D60245. Samuel Yellen & Edwin W. 
Kenworthy (A); 19May66; R386870. 



LAST DAYS OF DAVY CROCKETT. 
SUMRISE IN MY POCKET. 



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LEAD A HORSE, by Joyce M. Conyngham 
Green. © 5Feb38; DP55369. Joyce 
M. Conyngham Green (A); 25Jan66; 
R37906I. 

THE LIFE OF HENRY ALDRICH, by Clifford 
Goldsmith. (Episode no. 3) © 17Sep38; 
D59IIO. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
l6Mar66; R381682. 



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THE LIFE OF HENRY ALDRICH, by Clifford 
Goldsmith. (Episode no. 4) © 10ct38; 
D59369. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
l6Mar66; R381681. 



THE LIFE OF HENRY ALDRICH, by Clifford 
Goldsmith. (Episode no. 5) © 80ct38; 
D59522. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
l6Mar66; R381680. 



THE LIFE OF HENRY ALDRICH; episode 
no. 6, by Clifford Goldsmith. 
© 3Jan39: D61926. Clifford Gold- 
smith (A); l6Mar66; R385155. 



THE LIFE OP HENRY ALDRICH; episode 
no.7, by Clifford Goldsmith. 
© 16N0V38; D61921. Clifford Gold- 
smith (A); l6Mar66; R38515O. 



THE LIFE OF HENRY ALDRICH; episode 
no. 8, by Clifford Goldsmith. 
© 3Jan39; D61922. Clifford Goldsmith 
(A); l6Mar66; R38515I. 



THE LIFE OF HENRY ALDRICH; episode 
no.9j by Clifford Goldsmith. 
© 16N0V38; D61923. Clifford Gold- 
smith (A); l6Mar66; R385152. 



THE LIFE OF HENRY ALDRICH; episode 
no. 10, by Clifford Goldsmith. 
© 3Jan39; D61924. Clifford Gold- 
smith (A); l6Mar66; R385153. 

THE LIFE OF HENRY ALDRICH; episode 
no. 11, by Clifford Goldsmith. 
© 3Jan39; D61925. Clifford Gold- 
smith (A); l6Mar66; R385154 . 



LITTLE GERALDINE, a comedy of modern 
youth in 3 acts by Boyoe Loving. 
© 270ct38; D62617. Boyce Loving (A) 
23Dec65; R378654 . 



LITTLE OLD LADY; in 3 acts by Carol 
Winthrop, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 3Aug38; D59557. James Reach (A); 
15Feb66; R380232. 



THE LONE RANGER, by Francis Striker. 
© No.A-'ti+2— A-'*43, 2Jun38, D57301- 
57302; No.A-it^ — A-445, 4jun38, 

D573't6-573't7j No.A-hkG—A-hkj , 
10Jun38, 057^65-57^66; No.A-448 — 
A-449, l7Jun38, D57515-57516; 
No.A-450— A-451, 20Jun38, D575't2- 
575^+3; No.A-452— A-'tS't, 28jun38, 
D57733-57735; No.A-455— A-456, 
2Jul38, 057841-57842; No.A-457— 
A-458, 5JUI38, D57816-57817; 
No.A-459— A-461, IIJUI38, D57901- 
578995 No.A-462, I5JUI38, D5798O; 
No.A-463~A-464, I8JUI38, D5803I- 
58032; No.A-465— A-469, 8Aug38, 
D58365-58369; No.A-470— A-477, 
l8Aug38, D58539-58546; N0.A-478-- 
A-481, 24Aug38, D58673-58676; 
No.A-482— A-483, 6Sep38, D58902- 
58903. Wrather Corp. (PWH); 
llMay66; R3854l6-3854o4 , 385401- 

385400, 385403-385402, 385397- 
385399, 385396-385375. 



A-422--A-425. © 20Apr38; D565O2- 

56505. 5Apr66; R383I36-383I39. 

A-426--A-428. © 27Apr38; D566IO- 

56612. 5Apr66; R383140-383142. 

A-429--A-432. © 4May38; D568l4- 

56817. 26Apr66; R384953-384956. 
A-433— A-434. © 10May38; D56833- 
56834. 26Apr66; R3»4957-384958. 

A-435--A-436. © l6May38; D5708O- 
57081. 26Apr66; R384959-384960. 

A-I+37--A-439. © 23May38; D57135- 
57137. 26Apr66; R384961-384963. 

A-440--A-441. © 28May38; D57217- 

57218. 26Apr66; R384964-384965. 
A-484— A-485. © 9Sep38; D5896O- 

5896I. 21Jun66; R387727- 387726. 
A-486— A-487. © 12Sep38; D59047- 

59048. 21Jun66; R387725-387724 . 
A-488— A-489. © 17Sep38; D59115- 

59116. 21Jun66; R387723-3B7722. 
A-490— A-491. © 21Sep38; D59175- 

59176. 21Jun66; R38772I- 387720. 

A-492--A495. © 26Sep38; D59258- 

59255. © 21Jun66; R387719-3877I6. 
A-496— A-499. © 60ct38; D595507- 

59508, 59510-59511. 21Jun66; 

R387715-387712. 
A-500--A-502. © 120ct38; D59645- 

59647. 21Jun66; R38771I-387709. 
A-503— A-505. © 190ct38; D59717- 

59719. 21Jun66; R387708, 387706- 

387707. 
A-506— A-508. © 260ct38; D59862- 

59864. 21Jun66; R387705-387703. 
A-509--A-5II. © 2NOV38; D59910- 

59912. 21Jun66; R387702-3877OO. 
A-512. © 5N0V38; D60046. 21Jun66; 

R387699. 
A-535— A-537. © 27Dec38; D60933, 

60935-60936. 21Jun66; R388388, 

388386- 3883B7. 

LOUISE DE LA VALLIERE; pi^ce en trois 
actes et neuf tableaux de Jean 
Jacques Bernard. © 21Jan39; D6163O. 
Jean Jacques Bernard (A); iFeb66; 
R379677. 

LOVE MARCHES ON, a one act play by 
John Held, Jr. © 9JUI38; D57966. 
Margaret Held (W); l8Mar66: R382553. 



LOVE IS AN ART; musical comedy. Book 
by Dorothy Kornhorst; lyrics & music 
by Edward Redding. © 28jun39; 
DU39687. Edward C. Redding (A); 
28Jun66; R38897I. 



LUCK 0' THE IRISH; 2 acts, 4 scene? 
by Harry Timothy Madden. © 21Apr38; 
D56534. Harry Timothy Madden (A); 
21Mar66; R384053. 

LUCKY STAR, by Tom Taggart . © 22Sep38; 
DP6OI68. Tom Taggart (A); 21Jan66; 
R379053. 



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MA FEMME EST TIMBREE; comedie-vaudevllle 
en 3 actes de Jean de Letraz, Gustave 
Guinson & Jacques Lanval, pseud, of 
Andre Saudemont. © l4Sep38; D59836. 
Mme. Jean de Letraz, nee Simone 
Peigniet (W) ; 2Feb66; R37965I. 



MAKER OF LAWS, by John Ward Bayly, 
pseud, of John Galnfort. © 15Mar38; 
DF56039. Isabel Gainfort (W); 
9Feb66; R379235 • 



LA MARGOTON DU BATAILLON; operette 
bouffe en trois actes et cinq 
tableaux de Andre Mouezy-Eon et 
Jacques Darmont; lyrics de M. Pujol; 
muslque de C. Oberfeld. Ltvret. 
© lSep38; DP59847. Andre Mouezy-Eon 
& Jacques Darmont (A); 28Jun66; 
R388290. 

MARIE, REINE DE FRANCE ET DAME DE PONT- 
MAIN; mystere en trois partis de 
Henri Brochet. © IJunsB; D5807I. 
Mme. Henri Brochet, nee Odette Par- 
quin (W); 7Feb66; R379681. 

MARY'S BLACK EYE; comedy In 1 act by 
F. A. Carter. © l6jun38; DP57864 . 
F. A. Carter (A); 20Apr66; R384040. 



MATIiJDA, BASIL & JASPER; musical farce 
in 4 episodes written & composed by 
F. Vaughan Lawton. © 30ct38; 
D39561. Keith Prowse Music Pub. Co., 
Ltd. (PWH); 25Apr66; R384917. 

MELOI'RAMAS FOR MADAME; nine new non- 
royalty plays for women by S. Sylvan 
Simon. © 12Jul38; DP58444 . 
Mrs. A. Deutsch (W); 4May66; R385530. 

THE MERCHANT OF YONKERS, a farce in 

4 acts by Thornton Wilder. © 13Apr39; 
D6333O. Thornton Wilder (A); 
l4Apr66; R385166. 

THE MERCHANT OF YONKERS, a play in four 
acts by Thornton Wilder. © l6Feb39; 
D6198I. Thornton Wilder (A); l6Feb66; 
R38OO93 . 

KID-VICTOFaAN TRIFLE; 1 act comedy for 
women by Barbara Shaw. (In The 
Amateur theatre & playrights 
journal, July 1, 1938) © IJUI38; 
DP60658. Barbara Shaw (A); 6Jun66; 
R387216. 

THE MIKADO; or. The town of Titipu. 
Japanese comic operetta in 2 acts; 
libretto by W. S. Gilbert, music by 
Sir Arthur Sullivan. Adapted by 
Thomas M. Hayes (Brother Camillus) 
© 21Dec38; D39619. Thomas M. Hayes 
(A); 27Jan66; R382215 . 

MISS QUIS, a play In three acts by 
Ward Morehouse & Peggy Wood. 
© 29Mar38; DP56417. Ward Morehouse 
& Peggy Wood (A); 10Feb66; R379240. 

MISS SWAN EXPECTS, by Samuel & Bella 
Spewack. © 21Feb39; D62119. 
Samuel Spewack & Bella Spewack (A); 
24jun66; R388325 . 

MISSOURI LEGEND, a comedy by Elizabeth 
B. Ginty. © 25Nov38; D6O393. 
Dolores Cercovich & Margaret Schmidt 
(E); 17Mar66; R383839. 

MISSOiJRI MULE, a comedy in three acts 
by Arthur Wellington Page. 
© 7Sep38; D58987. Arthur Wellington 
Page (A); 10Jan66; R378044. 



THE LONE RANGER; radio scripts by 
Francis Striker. © Wrather Corp. 
(PWH) 
No. 

A-416--A-418. © 6Apr38; D56296- 
56298. 5Apr66; R383143-383145. 

A-419--A-421. © llApr38; 

D563I3-56315. 5Apr66: R383I33- 
383135. 



MADAME CAPET; piece en trois parties & 
dix tableaux by Marcelle Maurette 
(Marcelle Maurette Becdelievre) 
© 2Apr38; D57175. Mme. Becdelievre 
(A); 2Feb66; R379657. 

MAGIC MIRROR (SNOW-WHITE AND THE SEVEN 
DWARFS) By E. C. Brereton. 
© 5Feb38; DP55370. E. C. Brereton 
(A); 25Jan66; R379060. 



MR. JUSTICE JIMMY, by Tom Taggart. 
© 3Aug38; DP59556. Tom Taggart 
(A); 21Jan66; R379057. 

LE MONDE A L'ENVERS; ou, Edouard et 
Caroline. Une corn^die en trois actes 
de Roger Ferdinand et Jacques Darleux, 
pseud, de Jacques Mace. D'aprls une 
nouvelle de George Dolley. © 7Mar38; 
D55951. Roger Ferdinand et Jacques 
Mace (A); 7Feb66; R379679. 



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Jan.-June 



UN MONDE POU; comgdle en quatre actes 
de Sacha Guitry. © ITDecjS; D6II86. 
Mme. Sacha Guitry, r/ee Lana Marconi 
(W); 2Feb66; R379668. 

MORE OP THE LIFE OF HENRY ALDRICH, by 
Clifford Goldsmith. (Episode no. 2) 
© 9Aug38; D58421. Clifford Gold- 
smith (A); l6Mar66; R381683. 

LE MOUVEMENT JUDICIAIRE; comedie gale en 
un acte by Gabriel d'Hervilliez . 
© 30Apr38; D57720. Stephen de Hond 
(E); 2Peb66; R379658. 

MURDER AT THE DE SOTO; one-act by John 
Rand, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 22Aug38; D59OI8. James Reach (A); 
15Feb66; R38023O. 



MURDER IN THE SNOW; 1 act drama by 
Betty Smith & Robert Finch. 
© 26JUI38; DP58442. Betty Smith (A); 
4May66; R385529. 

THE MURDER OF EDDIE RAYMOND; drama in 
3 parts by Abraham Friendship Jacobs. 
© 15Aug38; D58484. Abraham F. Jacobs 
(A); 6jun66; R387588. 



MY HEART'S IN THE HIGHLANDS, a play 
by William Saroyan. © 8jun39; 
D6t073. William Saroyan (A); 
21Jun66; R3B8372. 

MY SISTER EILEEN; play by Ruth McKenney 
& Leslie Reade. © l6Feb39; D61905. 
Ruth McKenney (A); 8Apr66; R383721 . 



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NICHEVO; play in 3 acts by Scobie 
Mackenzie & V. C. Clinton-Baddeley . 
© 12Aug38; DP5903I. Scobie Mackenzie 
& V. C. Clinton-Baddeley (A); 
6jun66; R387212. 

LE NID; comedie en trois actes d' Andre 
Birabeau. © 21Jan39; D61626. Andr^ 
Birabeau (A); 2Peb66; R379674 . 

NO FOES SHALL STAY; play In 1 act by 
Conrad Carter. (In The Amateur 
theatre & playrights Journal, 
Sept. 16, 1938) © l6Sep38; DP6OI8O. 
N. B. C. Carter (W); 6jun66; 
R3872I3. 

NO TIME FOR COMEDY, by S. N. Behrman. 
© 220c t38; DU59777. S. N. Behrman 
(A); 21Jan66; R379056. 



NO TIME FOR COMEDY, by S. N. Behrman. 
© 9May39; DP63739. S. N. Behrman (A); 
13May66; B.J.865^0 . 



LES NOCES DE FIGARO; op^ra bouffe de 
Lorenzo do Ponte en quatre actes, 
version francaise d'Adolphe Boschot. 
Book only. © 10Dec38; DF62283. 
Marguerite Dauphin Boschot (W) ; 
12May66; R385'^73■ 



OLD CROSSPATCH, a Dutch Christmas tale 
in 2 acts; book & lyrics by Cynthia 
Dodge, music by May Hewes Dodge. 
© 4Nov38; D39564. Cynthia Dodge 
Crawford (C); 27Jan66; R382214. 

ON BORROWED TIME, by Paul Osborn. A 
dramatization of the novel by Lawrence 
Edward Watkln. © 4Apr38; D56810. 
Paul Osborn (A); l4Peb66; R380276. 



ONCE A PUPIL, in one act by Raymond F. 
Bosworth. © 28Mar38; DP56415. 
Raymond F. Bosworth (A); 10Feb66; 
R379239. 

ONE GIFT, by Agnes M. Miall. © 2IN0V38; 
DP6096O. Agnes M. Miall (a); 
9Jun66; R387469. 



ONE-THIRD OF A NATION. 
PROLOGUE TO GLORV. 



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ORFEO E PROSERPINA; dramma lirico in 
k atti e 6 quadri di Sem Benelli. 
© 15Apr38; D212. Crescenzio Benelli 
(C); 2Mar66; R381765. 



PARABOLE DU FESTIN. 
LA SAGESSE. 



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LES PARENTS TERRIBLES; 3 actes de Jean 
Cocteau. © 21Jan39; D61629. Edouard 
Dermit (E) ; 2Feb66; R379676. 



PASIPHAE, de Henry de Montherplant . 
© 6Dec38; D62832. Henry de Monther- 
plant (A); 9May66; R385318. 



PASTORALE, by Victor Wolf son. 

© 15Deo38; D607I8. Victor Wolfson 
(a); llApr66; R384163. 



PEACE DAY. (Friedenstag) Opera in one 
act by Joseph Gregor; Op. 81. Music 
by Richard Strauss. English libretto 
by Richard Capell. Libretto. 
© 27JUI38; D58508. Franz Strauss 
(PWH); 3Jan66; R37692O. 

PEEP SHOW PARK, a fantasy for children. 
Libretto by Theodosia Paynter; music 
by G. A. Grant-Schaefer. © 150ct38; 
D3955'(-. Raymond A. Hoffman Co., Inc. 
(PWH); 5Jan66; R377't67. 



PERIPHERIE, a play in 13 scenes by 
Frantlsek Langer, translated by 
Fern Long. © 27Jul38; D58515. 
Fern Long (A); 4May66; R3B569'^. 

THE PHILADELPHIA STORY, by Philip Barry 
& Ellen S. Barry. © 9Feb39; D61784 . 
Ellen S. Barry (A); 9Feb66; R379515. 

PIECE OF CHINA; comedy in 1 act by 
Conrad C. Carter. (In The Amateur 
theatre & playrights Journal) 
© 29JUI38; DP60660. Conrad C. Carter 
(W); 6jun66; R387218. 

PASSING SHOW OF 1939, by John Kenley. 
© 17 Jan 39; D61274. Select Theatres 
Corp. (PWH); lFeb66; R379938. 

PLANETS, by Alfred Kreymborg. © 2Jun38; 
DU573IO. Alfred Kreymborg (a); 
20Apr66; R384041. 

PLAYLAND; play in 3 acts by Alexander 
Farago, adapted by Philip Dunning. 
© 26Apr38; DU56596. Irene Palasty 
Bartsch (PWH); 21Apr66; R385563. 

PLAYS FOR MY CHILDREN, by Paul Vincent 
Carroll. © 20Apr39; D64074. Paul 
Vincent Carroll (A); 21Apr66; 
R384637. 

PLAYS FOR THE CHANGING WORLD, compiled 
by Harold A. Ehrensperger. © 22Aug38; 
D58878. Harold A, Ehresperger (A); 
l4Feb66; R380120. 

PLEASED TO MEET YOU, a play in one act 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © 28May38; 
D57224. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
l6Mar66; R381686. 



POLIFEM, Oper in einem Aufzug von 
Attilio Ariosti; Musik von Giovanni 
Battista Bononcini; textliche u. 
musikalische Neugestaltung von Gerd 
Karnbach. Klavierauszug mit Text. 
© 26Jan38; D39399. Use Hauff & 
Ursula Bredow (NK); 17Jan66; R381928. 



LA POUiiE NOIRE; op^rette en un acte; 

livret de Nino, pseud, de Michel Veber, 
musique de Manuel Rosenthal. Texte 
sevlement. © 20Apr38; D57536. Yvonne 
Clement Veber (W); 17Feb66; R38043O. 

POWER. See 

TRIPLE-A PLOWED UNDER. 

LE PRESIDENT HAUDECOEUR; comedie en 4 
actes de Roger Ferdinand. © l4Sep38; 
D59839. Roger Ferdinand (A); 7Feb66; 
R379683. 

LE PRESIDENT HAUDECOEUR; comedie en 
quatre actes de Roger Ferdinand. 
© 19N0V38; D61182. Roger Ferdinand 
(A); 7Feb66; R379686. 

PRIZE FAMILY; comedy in 3 acts by Sid 
L. Schwartz & Harry J. Essex. 
© 240ct38; D60259. Sid L. Schwartz 
& Harry J. Essex (A); 23Mar66; 
R382723- 



PROLOGUE TO GLORY, by E. P. Conkle; 
One-third of a nation, edited by 
Arthur Arent; Haiti, by William 
DuBois; introd. by Hallie Flanagan. 
(Federal Theater plays) © l4Jul38; 
D58l40. Random House, Inc. (PCW); 
17Feb66; R380621. 

PROLOGUE TO GLORY; play in 8 scenes by 
Ellsworth Prouty Conkle. © lJul38; 
D57863. Ellsworth Prouty Conkle (A); 
4Mar66; R381433. 



THE PROPOSED PEACE GOVERNMENT, by Eddie 
Kirby. © 29Dec38; CIO326. Eddie A. 
Kirby (A); 5Jan66; R377460. 



PURPLE TORCH; one act by James Reach. 
© 9Sep38; D60159- James Reach (A); 
15Feb66; R380236. 



Q 



LA QUETE HEROIQUE DU GRAAL; action 

romanesque & f6erique en cinq parties 
& dix tableaux by Henri Gheon. 
© 10Mar38; D57173- Francois Corre 
(e); 2Feb66; R379656. 

QUID PRO QUO; or. The shooting party. 
Operetta in 1 act by E. F. Watling, 
music by P. L. Baylis. Text. 
© IJUI38; DP58I79. E. F. Watling 
(A); 20Apr66; R384039. 

QUIET WEDDING, by Esther McCracken 
(Esther McCracken Campbell) 
© 40ct38; DU59438. Esther McCracken 
Campbell (A); 20Apr66; R384036. 



R 



RAGAZZA SCIOCCA. 
LA DAMA BOBA. 



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RE HASSAN; tre atti e quattro quadri^ di 
Tullio Pinelli; musica di Giorgio 
Federico Ghedini. © 25N0V38; 
DFO-39575. Laura Negrelli (W of 
G. P. Ghedini); 27Apr66; R384722. 

REFUGE, by Barrie Stavis. © 27May38; 
DU572I5. Barrie Stavis. (A); 6Apr66; 
R384075. 



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1966 



RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



61 



LA REINE D'ECOSSE; pl^ce en l4 tableaux 
de Jean Jacques Bernard. © 21Jan39; 
D61625. Jean Jacques Bernard (A); 
2Feb66; R379673. 

IL REVTSORE; opera in tre atti di 

Antonio Lega; music by Amilcare Zan- 
ella. © tDec38; D39685. Case Musica- 
le Giuliana, S.R.L. (PWH); 20Jan66; 
R379975. 

RIDE 'EM COWBOY, a farce in three acts 
by Austin Goetz. © l6Mar38; DF56041. 
Austin Goetz (A); 9Feb66; R379236. 

RIP VAN WINKLE, an operetta in three 
acts. Adapted & dramatized by 
Theodosia Paynter; music by G. A. 
Grant-Schaefer. Vocal score & 
libretto complete. Based on Washing- 
ton Irving's story. © 4Feb38; D39413. 
Raymond A. Hoffman Co., Inc. (PWH); 
5Jan66; R377471. 



ROBERT'S WIFE, a comedy in 3 acts by 
St. John Ervine. © 8Feb38; D56105. 
St. John Ervine (A); 7Feb66; R379506. 



ROBESPIERRE; drame en 3 actes & 24 
tableaux de Remain Holland. 
© 22Mar39; D6333I. Mme. Remain 
Holland, n^e Marie Mikhailova- 
Cuvillier (W) ; l8May66; R386418. 

ROCKET TO THE MOON, a romance in three 
acts by Clifford Odets. © 10ct38; 
D59368. Nora Odets & Walt Whitman 
Odets (C); 3Mar66; R38l4o8. 



ROCKET TO THE MOON; romance in 3 acts 
by Clifford Odets. © 10ct38; 
DU59368. Nora Odets & Walt Whitman 
Odets (C); 27Apr66; R385809. 



ROCKET TO THE MOON; romance in 3 acts 
by Clifford Odets. © 27Jan39; 
DP61697. Nora Odets & Walt Whitman 
Odets (C); 4Apr66; R383847. 

ROLLER-COASTER; play by Vlcki Baum, 
pseud, of Hedwlg Lert. © 23Apr38; 
DU56659. Richard Lert (Wr); 
l6Mar66; R382529. 



LE ROSIER DE MADAME HUSSON; operette en 
2 actes et 4 tableaux de Louis Verneuil 
couplets de Jean Manse, musique de 
C. Oberfeld. © 15Nov37; D59935- 
Florence Ryan (E); 4Nov65; R378415. 



LE ROSIER DE MADAME HUSSON; operette en 
2 actes et 4 tableaux de Louis Verneuil 
lyrics de Jean Manse, musique de 
C. Oberfeld. Music & lyrics only. 
© 30Deo37; D39466. Florence Ryan (E) ; 
27Dec65; R378416. 



SHANTY TOWN, dramatic composition by 
employees of Jam Handy Picture 
Service & Coca-Cola Co. © 29Mar39; 
D62634. Coca-Cola Co. (PWH); 
12May66; R386026. 

SHE NEVER HAD A LESSON; play in 3 acts 
by William T. McCleery. © lApr38; 
D56157. William T. McCleery (A); 
4Mar66; R38l424 . 

SHE WAS ONLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER, in one 
act by Millard Crosby, pseud, of Wilbur 
Braun. © l4Mar38; DP56042. Wilbur 
Braun (A); 9Feb66; R379237. 



SHOOTING PARTY. 
QUID PRO QUO. 



See 



THE SIEGE OF BERLIN; play in six scenes 
by Elmer Rice. © 19May39; D6369O. 
Elmer Rice (A); 24jun66; H388326. 

SINISTER HOUSE, by Tom Taggart. 
© 310ct38; DP60145. Tom Taggart 
(A); 2lJan66; R379055. 

SIX NEW PLAYS FOR BOYS, by Albert M. 
Brown. © 27Apr38; D57II8. Albert M. 
Brown (A); 4Mar66; R381432. 

SKETCHES PROM NINE SHARP, by Herbert 
Farjeon & others. © 27JUI38; DP59032. 
Joan Farjeon (W); 7Feb66; H379249. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, an 
operetta in three acts. Dramatized & 
adapted by Theodosia Paynter; music 
by G. A. Grant-Schaefer. Based on 
Grimm Brothers tale. © 280ct38; 
D39567. Raymond A. Hoffman Co.j Inc. 
(PWH); 5Jan66; R377470. 



SOME WAYS TO BRING PROSPERITY TO THE 
UNITED STATES AND ESTABLISH PEACE 
BETWEEN THE NATIONS OF THE WORLD, 
by Eddie Klrby. © 22Mar39; CIO662. 
Eddie A. Klrby (A); 8Apr66; 
R38409O. 

SON FOR THE SEA; one act play by Dora 
Clement Salaman. (In The Amateur 
theatre & playrlghts journal, July 29, 
1938) © 29JUI38; DP60659. Dora 
Clement Salaman (a); 6Jun66; R387217. 

SON PREMIER BAL; comedie en un acte 
de Maxlme Lery, pseud, de Maxima 
Levy & Guy d'Abzac, pseud, de Guy 
Marsac. © 13Aug38; D59833. Maxlme 
Levy (A) & Domaines Curatelles & 
Desherenoes (E of G. Marsac); 7Peb66; 
R383507. 

SPIROCHETE; or. Dark harvest. A 

dramatic history by Arnold Sundgaard. 
© 13Apr38; DU56767. Arnold Sundgaard 
(A); llApr66; R384099. 

SPIROCHETE. See 

TRIPLE-A PLOWET UNDER. 



T,E TEMERAIRE; evocation dramatlque en 
deux actes de Jean Variot. © 25Jun3B; 
D58074. Mme. Jean Variot, nSe Alice 
Blazy (W); 2Feb66; R379663. 

LA TERRE EST HONDE, de Armand Salacrou, 
precede de Un homme comme les autres. 
© 15Dec38; d61614. Armand Salacrou 
(A); 13Jan66; R378213. 

THAT'S MY BABY; comedy In 1 act by 
George Savage. (Playable short 
plays) © 270ct38; D62624 . George 
Savage (A); 5Apr66; R383874 . 

THIS IS VILLA, by Josephlna Niggli. 
© 22Apr38: D56533. Josephlna Morgan 
Niggli (A); 4Mar66; H38l430. 

320 COLLEGE AVENUE, by Fred Ballard & 
Mlgnon G. Eberhart. © 8Aug38; 
DP59017. Luclnda Ballard (C) ft 
Mignon G. Eberhart (A); 7Feb66; 
R379248. 

320 COLLEGE AVENUE, by John Frederick 
Ballard & Mlgnon G. Eberhart. 
© 25Mar38; DU56OI9. Luclnda Ballard 
(C) & Mignon G. Eberhart (A); 7Feb66; 
H379244 . 



TIME AND THE COm/AYS. 
DIE FAMILIE CON>JAY. 



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THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE, by William 

Saroyan. © 2Jun395 D63916. William 
Saroyan (A); l6Jun66; R388095 • 

TO A DRUNKEN SKYLARK, a comedy in three 
acts by Samson Raphaelson. © 250ct38; 
D59815. Samson Raphaelson (A)j 
4jan66; R377449. 



TOVARICH, a play in three acts. Origi- 
nal author: Jacques Deval; adaptor: 
Robert E. Sherwood. (French's acting 
edition, no. 1004) © I8N0V38; D60572. 
Madeline H. Sherwood (W) ; 17Feb66; 
R380607 . 



TOWN OF TITIPU. 
THE MIKADO. 



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LE TRAIN POUR VENISE; or, Caroline. 
Comedie en trols actes de Georges 
Berr & Louis Verneuil, pseud, of Louis 
Collin du Boccage. © 26Feb38; D56389. 
Florence Hvan (E of L. C. du Boccage); 
19Jan66; R379984. 



LE TRIOMPH DE SEVILLE. (Don Juan) 
Three act play, English version by 
Arthur Wilmurt from the French of 
Andre Obey. © I6N0V38; D60246. 
Arthur Wilmurt (A); 26Apr66; R385168. 



LA SAGESSE; ou. La parabole du festin. 
By Paul Claudel. © 15Jun39; D64762. 
Mme. Paul Claudel, nee Heine Salnte 
Marie Perrin (W); lljul66; R3890O7. 

LA SAUVAGE; piece in^dite en trols actes 
by Jean Anoullh. © lMar38; D57172. 
Jean Anoullh (A); 2Feb66; R379655. 



SEPTEMBRE; piece en quatre actes & cinq 
tableaux de Constance Collne, pseud, 
of Colette Mayer Grunbaum Clement. 
© lSep38; D59829. Mme. Clement, nee 
Colette Mayer Grunbaum (A); 7Feb66; 
R 37 9684. 



STORY OF AN AFTiTr.AN FARM, by Merton 
Hodge; a dramatization of Olive 
Schreiner's novel of the same title. 
© 16JUI38; D58035. Catherine M. 
Hodge (W); l4Mar66; R385148. 



SUMMER NIGHT, a play in three acts 
by Sidney Howard. © l6Mar39; 
D624i6. Jennifer Howard Goldwyn, 
Sidney Howard Urquhart, Walter 
Damrosch Howard & Margaret Damrosch 
Howard (C); l4Apr66; R385165. 

SUNRISE IN MY POCKET; or. The last days 
of Davy Crockett, by Edwin Justus 
Mayer. © 3OJUI38; DU58241. Paul 
Mayer (C); 4May66; R385533. 



TRIPLE-A PLOWED UNDER, by the staff of 
the Living newspaper; Power, a living 
newspaper by Arthur Arent; Spirochete, 
a history by Arnold Sundgaard; Introd. 
by Hallie Flanagan. (Federal Theater 
plays) © l4Jul38; D58l4l. Random 
House, Inc. (PCW); 17Feb66; R380622. 

TRIPLE PLAY, by William E. Roos. 

© 21Apr38; DU56508. William E. Roos 
(A); 20Apr66; R384628. 

TRIUMPH, MY BRITAIN, a comedy drama in 
4 acts by Frances Homer (Frances 
Homer Roos) © 290ct38; D59972. 
Frances Homer Roos (A); 20Jan66; 
R378733. 



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TTJ CROIS AVOIR AIME; piece en 3 actes de 
Pierre Sabatier, pseud, of Pierre 
Sabatier d'Espeyran & Charles Oulmont . 
© 3Aug38; D58422. Pierre Sabatier & 
Charles Oulmont (A); 2Peb66; R37966S. 

TWELVE IN THE BOX, a play in 7 scenes 
by Ladlslaus Bus-Pekete. © lOOctjS; 
D59626. Ladlslaus Bus-Fekete (A); 
19Jan66; R378468. 



TWINKLE, TWINKLE, a comedy in 3 acts & 
5 scenes by Donald Mackenzie, pseud. 
of Donald Mackenzie Macnab. 
© 28Mar38; D56082. Donald Mackf^nzie 
Macnab (A); 9Mar66; R381861. 

TWO BOUQUETS, by Eleanor Par j eon & 
Herbert Farjeon. Book only. 
© 21Mar38; DP56413. Joan Parjeon 
(W)i 7Feb66; R379245 . 



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LE VALET MAITRE; comfedie en deux actes 
& sept tableaux by Paul Armont, pseud, 
of Dimitri Petrocichino & Leopold 
Marchand. © 7May38; D57723. 
Mme. Pineau-Quercy, nee Jacqueline 
Breltel (E of P. Armont & W of L. Mar- 
chand); 2Peb66; R379659- 

VIC AND SADE, by Paul Rhymer. Episode 
Aug. 15, 1938. © lSep38; DU5883O. 
Mrs. Paul M. Rhymer (W) & Paul Parke 
Rhymer (C); 22Nov65; R37'*075. 



VIC AND SADE, by Paul Rhymer. Mar. 9, 
1939. © 13May39; DU63542. Mrs. Paul 
M. Rhymer (W) & Paul Parke Rhymer 
(C); 3Jun66; R387568. 

""TIC AND SADE, by Paul Rhymer. Apr. 20, 
1939. © 13May39; DU63535. Mrs. Paul 
M. Rhym.er (W) & Paul Parke Rhymer 
(C); 3Jun66; R387567. 

VIC AND SADE, by Paul Rhymer. May 12, 
1939. © 2Jun39; DU6392I. Mrs. Paul 
M. Rhymer (W) & Paul Parke Rhymer 
(C); 3Jun66; R387569. 

VICAR OF WAKEFIELD, adapted by Walter 
Kerr, from Oliver Goldsmith's novel. 
© 22Sep38; DP6OI66. Walter Kerr (A); 
21Jan66; R37905't . 

VINCENT VERKAUFT BIN BILD; neun Szenen 
von Georg Kaiser. © 24Peb38; D5583O. 
Margarethe Kaiser (W); 28jan66; 
R379159. 

VISITOR FOR CHRISTMAS, by F. Morton 
Howard. © 19Sep38; DP60592. Prancis 
Morton Howard (A); 9Jun66; R387468. 



w 



VARUM. See 
DREAMING . 



WESTERN NIGHT, a drama in one act by 

Betty Smith & Robert Finch. © 29Apr-,B- 
D57037. Betty Smith (A); 3Mar66; " ' 
R381I6O. 



WILLING SPIRIT, a play in 2 scenes by 
Esther McCracken (Esther McCracken 
Campbell) © 27Apr38; D60568. Esther 
McCracken Campbell (A); 4Mar66: 
R381434. 

WIND AND THE RAIN, by Merton Hodge, 
pseud, of Horace Emerton Hodge. 
© 2Jun38; DP57866. Frederick Leonard 
Duncan (E); 7Peb66; R379246. 

WINDFALLS; book & revue sketches by 
Harold Plumptre . © 27JUI38; DP58877. 
Harold Plumptre (A); 6Jun66; R3872II. 



WINE OF CHOICE, a comedy in three acts 
by S. N. Behrman, with an introd. by 
John Anderson. © 4May38; D56949. 
S. N. Behrman (A); 22Dec65; R377210. 



WINTER WHEAT; or. After all these 

years. A new Play by Victor Victor. 
© lJun38; D57282. Victor Victor (A); 
23May66; R38711^. 

A WISE FATHER, a play in three acts by 
Melvin Levy. © l4Jan39; D61223. 
Melvin Levy (A); 3Peb66; R379639. 



THE WOMAN OP DESTINY, by Samuel Jesse 
Warshawsky. 1938-1939 version. 
© 3Jan39; D61OOO. Samuel Jesse 
Warshawsky (A); lPeb66; R379968. 

WORD OF HONOUR, by Thomas Kelly. 1 act. 
© 28JUI38; DP59562. Thomas Kelly (A); 
9Jun66; R387465. 



VIC AND SADE, by Paul Rhymer. Episode 
Sept. 5, 1938. © 60ct38; DU59452. 
Mrs. Paul M. Rhymer (W) & Paul Parke 
Rhymer (C); 2?Nov65 ; R37't076. 

VIC AND SADE, by Paul Rhymer. Episode 
Oct. 21, 1938. © 4Nov38; DU5g956. 
Mrs. Paul M. Rhymer (¥) & Paul Parke 
Rhymer (C); 22Nov65 ; R37't077. 

VIO AND SADE, by Paul Rhymer. Nov. 11, 

1938. © 3Dec38; DU60493. MI'S. Paul 
M. Rhymer (W) & Paul Parke Rhymer 
(C); 3Jun66; R387563. 

VIC AND SADE, by Paul Rhymer. Dec. 9, 

1938. © 3Jan39; DU6l022. Mrs. Paul 
M. Rhymer (w) & Paul Parke Rhymer 
(C); 3Jun66; R387564 . 

VIC AND SADE, by Paul Rhymer. Jan. 17, 

1939. © 4Feb39; DU617I3. Mrs. Paul 
M. Rhymer (W) & Paul Parke Rhymer 
(C); 3Jun66; R387565 . 

VIC AND SADE, by Paul Rhymer. Feb. 8, 

1939. © 9Mar39; DU623O2. Mrs. Paul 
M. Rhymer (W) & Paul Parke Rhymer 
(C); 3Jun66; R387566. 



WHEN STARS SHINE; comedy drama in 3 acts 
by Tacie Hanna Rew. © l4jul38; 
DP58175. Tacie Hanna Rew (A); 
4May66; R38553I. 



WHITE GYPSY, an operetta in two acts. 
Libretto by Theodosia Paynter; music 
by G. A. Grant-Schaefer. Vocal score 
& libretto complete. © 10Feb38; 
D39'tlO. Raymond A. Hoffman Co., Inc. 
(PWH); 5Jan66; R377468. 



WHITE STEED AND COGGERERS, by Paul 
Vincent Carroll. © 6Feb39; DP61915- 
Paul Vincent Carroll (A); 20Apr66; 
R384035. 

WHO, GRANDMA, a comedy In three acts by 
Vivian Mayo. © 22Mar38; DP56517. 
Vivian Mayo (A); 10Feb66; R379241. 

THE WILD HEMLOCK, a play in three acts 
by Martha Salonen Segall. © 7Jan39; 
D6IO93. Martha Salonen Segall (A); 
13Jun66; R388506. 



WRITERS' CRAMP, by Dorothy Bennett & 
Link Hannah. © 9Peb38; DU55067. 
Dorothy Bennett & Link Hannah (A): 
lFeb66; R379252. 



YES AND NO, a comedy in 2 acts & an 
epilogue by Kenneth Home. © IJUI38; 
DP58434. Kenneth Home (A); 9Jun66; 
R38746O. 

,:HE YORKSHIRE ROSE, a play in three 
acts by Lawrence Perry. © 9Apr38; 
D56295. Glen Perry (C); l4Mar66; 
R3851't7. 



ZIEGPELD FOLLIES, 1939-1940; music by 
John Schubert, Jean Schwartz, Kim 
Gannon & George Komaroff ; lyrics by 
John Schubert, Ted Fetter & Edwin 
Gilbert. © 19Apr39; D39651. Select 
Theatres Corp. (PWh) ; 4May66; 
R385689. 



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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). 



A 



A. R. B. Productions, Inc. 
AGAINST THE ODDS. 



Abbey J Edwin A. 

SHAKESPEARE FOR THE FAMILY. 

Aberg, Gilbert. 

MY FATHER'S HOUSE. 

Abesortj Marion. 

HORATIO THE HORSIO. 

Abraham, Claude K. 

LE BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME. 



Abrams, Israel. 

MY SON, THE MOTHER. 

Abramsen, Alvan. 

THE RELUCTANT ADMIRALS. 

THE UNCONVENTIONAL CONVENTION, 

Achard, Marcel. 
LE CORSAIRE. (R) 

Ackerman, Jean. 
POPOVER . 

Ackerman, Michael. 
AFRICAN COLLAGE. 

Actor's Theatre. 

TIME AND ETERNITY. 

Adamov, Arthur. 
THEATRE, III. 

Addesso, Richard. 
THE FALLEN SAVED. 
MR. PRESIDENT, YOUR PITCHING ARM. 

Adelhardtj Brian Joseph. 
HOME FOR CHRISTMAS. 

Adler, Jack. 
WEBS, 

Admiral Corp. 

GET HOT, SELL THE FREEZER MARKET. 
SELL MORE WITH ADMIRAL. 



SELLING SECRETS OF SEVEN STAR 

STEREO SALESMEN. 
RIGHT FROM THE START. 
THERE IS A DIFFERENCE. 
A TRIUMPH IN SPACE. 

Aduddell, Helen. 

ADIEU, PERE FOUETTARD. 

Aeschylus. 
AGAMEMNON. 

THE ORESTEIA TRILOGY: AGAMEMNON, THE 
CHOEPHOROE, THE EUMENIDES & 
PROMETHEUS BOUND. 

Agnon, S. Y. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

Agoston, Gerty. 
EYES. 



Agricultural Division, Morton Salt Co. 
SEE Morton Salt Co. Agricultural 
Division. 

Ahearn, Bernard Edwin. 
THE GILDED LION. 

hern, Barnabas. 
THE ESCHATOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF THE 

CHURCH . 
SCRIPTURAL ASPECTS OF THE DOGMATIC 

CONSTITUTION ON DIVINE REVELATION. 

Ahrens, Gertine. 
BACKGROUND. (R) 
FAR ABOATE RUBIES. (R) 

Aiello, Marie G. 

THE MAYOR'S MASQUERADE. 

Alley, Alvin. 

VARIATIONS ON A JAZZ TECHNIQUE, 

Albert, Ned., pseud. SEE Braun, Wilbur, 

Alberts, Frank. 
THE CROCODILE. 

Albrecht, Frank. 
HELEN. 

Albright, Hardle. 
ALL THE LIVING. (R) 

Albright, Jack Edmond. 

PROFILES OF CHRISTIAN LOVE. 



SEE Schlottman, 



Albritton, Selsus E, 
COSMIC DANCERS. 
THE GREEN CHILD. 
THE LADY O'CONNOR. 

Alexander, A., pseud. 
Howard A. 

Alexander, Henry R. 

GRANDPA GOES TO HOLLYWOOD. 

Alexander, J. W. 
PETRA. 

Alexander, Jean Louis, pseud. SEE 
Bohlen, Donald Adam James. 

Alexander, Peter, pseud. SEE Beltz, 
Peter A. 

Alexander, Ronald. 
HAIL TO THE CHIEF. 

LOVE AND OTHER GAMES. 

Alfin, Steve. 

THE KING OF KINGS & I. 

Alfred, William. 
HOGAN'S GOAT. 

Alimorong, Ann. 

THE GREAT HUNTER OF ALASKA. 

Alison, Valerie, pseud. SEE Lucas, 
Victoria Arel. 

Alldorf Productions. 
GOLD GUITAR. 

Allen, Aulden P. 

THE SECRET OF THE CAVERN. 

Allen, Dayton. 

DAYTON ALLEN, DR. OF SMARTNESS, 

D.O.S. FOR SEVEN-UP. 
VffiATHER SPOT SERIES. 

Aller, Faustino Gonzalez. 
EL TAXIDERMISTA . 

Almirall, Donald K. 
PIKE'S PICK. 

Alpar, Zoltan. 

AND THEY ATE OF THE TREE OF 
KNOVrLEDGE . 



Alsberg, Arthur. 

THE ONLY BATHTUB IN CASSIS. 



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Jan.-June 



Alspach, Catharine C. 

THE VARIORUM EDITION OF THE PLAYS OF 
W. B, YEATS. 

Alspach, Russel K. 

THE VARIORUM EDITION OF THE PLAYS OF 
W'. B. YEATS'. 

Alter, Steven. 
TACKLED PINK, 

Altman, Joel. 
THE HERO. 

Alton, William Henry. 
GOD'S POWER AT HAND. 

American Dietetic Assn. 

TOWARD THE VICTORY OF HEALTH. 

American Oil Co. 
ADVERTISING '66. 
THE ART OF CONDUCTING AN EFFECTIVE 

INTERVIEW. 
GOOD PERFORMANCE. 
THE SECURITY CAR CARE SYSTEM. 
WE ARE LOOKING FOR A MAN. 

American Press, Inc. 

SHAKESPEARE FOR THE FAMILY. 

Amis, Lola Jones. 
THE DEAL. 
3 PLAYS. 

Anastassatos, H. See Kalogeratos, 
Helene Anastassatos . 

Anchorage Press. 

BIG KLAUS AND LITTLE KLAUS. 
THE GREAT CROSS-COUNTRY RACE. 

Ande Publications, Ltd. 
THAT PIECE OF PAPER. 

Andsrs, Rod. 

GEHOO HODE KOTEL. 

Andersen, Hans Christian. 

BIG KLAUS AND LITTLE KLAUS. 

FIT FOR A KING. 

THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL. 

Anderson, Alan. 

THE BASTION SAINT GERVAIS. (R) 
KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY. (R) 

Anderson, David Vance. 
THE BENCH. 

Anderson, Gilda Oakleaf. 

THE BASTION SAINT GERVAIS. (R) 
KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY. (R) 

Anderson, John. 

WINE OF CHOICE. (R) 

Anderson, Maxwell. 

THE BASTION SAINT GERVAIS. (R) 
JULIUS CAESAR. 
KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY. (R) 

Anderson, Quentin. 

THE BASTION SAINT GERVAIS. (R) 
KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY. (R) 

Anderson, R. A. 

HOODOO THE MAGICIAN. 

Anderson, Robert W. 

I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS. 

I'M HERBERT. 

THE SHOCK OF RECOGNITION. 

Anderson, Robert Woodruff. 
THE FOOTSTEPS OF DOVES. 
I NEVER SANG FOR MY FATHER. 

Anderson, Terence. 

THE BASTION SAINT GERVAIS. (R) 
KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY. (R) 

Anderson, Thomas J. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
RHODESIA. 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: SOUTH 
AFRICA. 

Anderson, Timothy Glen. 
IT MAKES SEANCE'. 

Andrews, William. 
A MATTER OF TIME. 

Andrus, Myrtle M. , pseud. SEE 
Thomas, Myrtle M. 

Anglund, Robert. 

GOODY, GOODY, GUMDROP . 

Angoff, Charles. 
DETOUR. (R) 

Angoss, Andree. 
GREEN -PEPPER. 

Anouilh, Jean. 

ARDELE & PAUVRE BITOS . 
LA BAL DES VOLEURS . (R) 
L'INCERTAIN. (R) 
LA SAUVAGE. (R) 

Antelrninelll, Casa Edltrice. 
ROMY, LA TRAGEDIA PROIBITA. 

Anton, Nicholas J. 
CAESAR, CAESAR. 

Appleby, William H. 

HYPNO-SMOKE, TO STOP SMOKING WITH 
HYPNOTISM. 

Appl-jton-C-ntury-Crof ts, division of 
Meredith Pub. Co. SEE Meredith Pv.b. 
Co. 

Arbousov, Alexi^i N. 

THEATRE SOVI^TIQUE CONTEMPORAIN. 

Arden, John. 

TRAFALGAR . 

Arden, Leon. 

THE MIDNIGHT RIDE OF ALVIN BLUM. 



Ardrey, Robert. 

DEATH OF AN INDIAN. 



R 



Arent, Arthur. 

PROLOGUE TO GLORY. (R) 
TRIPLE-A PLOWED UNDER. 

Ariosti, Attllio. 
POLIFEM. (R) 



;r) 



Aristophanes . 
CUCKOOLAND. 
LYSISTRATA. 

Arkell, David. 

AMD ALL THAT. (R) 

Arkell, Reginald. 
AND ALL THAT. (R) 

Arlia, Blanche. 

FORBIDDEN KNOWLEDGE. 

Armao, Eugene Victor. 
THE BLACK PAWN. 

Armco Steel Corp. Armco Metal Pro- 
ducts Division. 

MODERN BUILDINGS FOR MODERN INDUS- 
TRY. 

TRUCK TERMINALS. 

Armont, Paul, pseud. SEE Petrocichino, 
Dimitri . 

Armstrong, John D. 

THE VALUE OF AN EDUCATION. 

Armstrong, Ray L. 
SIX EARLY PLAYS. 

Arnebold, William Deitrich. 
HAMLET OR HAMLET. 

Arnold, J. Douglas. 
THE LOVE BUG. 



Arnold, David H. SEE Showboat Co. 

Arout, Gabriel, pseud. SEE 
Aroutcheff, Gabriel. 

Aroutcheff, Gabriel. 
L ' IDIOT . 

Arozamena, Jesus M. de. SEE Arozamena 
Berasategui, Jesus Maria de. 

Arozamena Berasategui, Jesus Maria de. 
BOLIVAR . 
UNA ESTRELLA PARA TODOS . 

Arrowsmith, William. 
MEDEA. 

Art Craft Play Co. 

DUDDY. 
Arthos, John. 

LOVES 'S LABOR'S LOST. 
Artison, Ina. 

BARBARA'S DREAM. 

Ashe, Harry. 

BRUSH OF TRUTH. 

Ashjian, Charles. 
HONEY LAKE. 

Ashjian, Charles Garo. 
THE GROWTH OF A SOUL. 

Ashworth, John. 
CANTERBURY . 

Ater, Milford Emmett. 
PREVAILING HOPE. 

Atkins, Thomas Radcliffe, 

THE PHOTOGRAPHER. 
Atlantica Clneraatograf ioa Produzione 
Films, S.R.L. 

DYNAMITE FOR BREAKFAST. 

IL GRANDE COLPO DIE 7 UOMINI D'ORO. 

SEVEN GOLDEN MEN STRIKE AGAIN. 

Atwood, Preston A. 
MR. ACORN. 

Auber, Daniel Francois Esprit. 
FRA DIAVOLO. 

Aubrey, Maurice. 
THE WARM SEASON. 

Audiberti, Jacques. 
L' OPERA DU MONDE. 

Audio-Auto Tronic Tours of the Battle- 
field. SEE McGlaughlln, Roy C. 

Auliclno, Armand Daniel. 
SHOW ME A RICH MAN. 

Aultman, Lela May. 

DIE CHRISTLICHE WISSENSCHAFT 
OFFENBART DIE MACHT DES MENSCHEN, 
RICHTIG ZU DENKEN. 
Ausley, Stevelyn. 

THE DAY CHRIST CAME TO OUR TOWN., 

Austin, William. 
IZZIE. 

Avery, W. Kirk. 

THIS SHORT DAY OF FROST AND SUN. 

Avison, Bill. SEE Avison, William R. 

Ax, Charles J. 
DUDDY. 

Axelman, Arthur. 
SUPERFEELING . 

Axelrod, David. 

THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN 
BUMBLEBEE . 



B 



B. G. P. Enterprises, Inc. 

ERN WESTMORE PRESENTS FACIAL 

EXERCISES. 
HOLIDAY MAGIC GLAMOUR-GRAPH. 

BMI Canada, Ltd, 

LIKE A DRIBBLING FRAM. 



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65 



Bacal, Harvey. 

CHAIN OF EVENTS. 

Bach, Rudolf. 
TRIONFI. 

Backer, Anne Marie de. 
LE FAVOR I. 
Baddeley, V. C. Clinton-. SEE 
Clinton-Baddeley, V. C. 

Baer, Frank L. 

SHE DID WHAT SHE DID AND SHE LOVED 
XT. 

Bagge, Franz Gebak. 
DER SCHLl!fSSEL. 
DIE ■VERBOTEKEN FRUCHTE. 

Baier, Theo Lois Schurenberg. 
ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 

Bailey, Charles W., II. 
SEVEN DAYS IN MAY. 

Bailey, Emma. 
AUCTION FEVER. 

Bailey, Frances Overton. 
THE PEAR SHAPED BED. 

Bailey, J. 0. 

BRITISH PLAYS OF THE NINETEENTH 
CENTURY. 

Bailevj Jesse K., Jr. 
the' FEATHER PEDDLERS. 

Bain, Howard T. 

THE TREASURE OF FRANCHARD. 



Bainbridge, B. J. 
Colechin, B. J. 



pseud. SEE 



Baker, Ethel. 

AUMT LIZZIE'S MILLIONS. (R) 

Baker, John B. 

THE CHUTEBOSS SONG. 

Baker (Walter H. ) Co. 
CHRISTMAS IN SUBURBIA. 
FORGIVE THIS TRESPASS. 
HOME IS MY KINGDOM. 
INSTANT FUN. 
THE MOMENT OF CHOICE. 
NIGHT FRIGHT. 

THE PEOPLE WORLD OF PHOEBE FRITZ. 
THE THIRD GRAVED IGGER. 
WITCH WAY. 
THE WITCHES' SABBATH. 

Baldwin, Joseph. 

THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS. 

Baldwin, Joseph B. 
THE DANCING BIRDS, 
THE FAT MAN. 

Balfour, Mark. 

THE LISBON AFFAIR. 

Ball, Billy G. 

THE POLICE SCANDAL. 

Ball, Gerald. 

TIGER IN CRYSTAL. 

Ballard, John Frederick. 
320 COLLEGE AVENUE. (R) 

Ballard, Lucinda. 

320 COLLEGE AVENUE. (R) 

Baltz, Wilson M. • 

THE GLEIWITZ INCIDENT. 

Bandelj Betty. 
AMANDA. 

Banks, Nathaniel. SEE Banks, William 
N., Jr. 

Banks, Theodore Howard. 
AJAX & ELECTRA. 
POUR PLAYS BY SOPHOCLES. 

Banks, William N., Jr. 
THE SWINGERS. 



Banks Upshaw Division, National Text- 
book Corp. SEE National Textbook 
Corp. Banks Upshaw Division. 

Bankson, Douglas . 
THE SHELL GAME. 

Bantam Books, Inc. 

THE DYBBUK AND OTHER GREAT YIDDISH 

PLAYS' ' 
GREEK DRAMA. 

Barber, Philip W. 

I, ELIZABETH OTIS, BEING OF SOUND 
MIND. 

Barbezat, Marc. 

L 'ATELIER D 'ALBERTO GIACOMETTI. 

LE BALCON. 

LES BONNES. 

LES NEGRES. 

NUIT D'UN COUPLE, 

LES PARAVENTS. 

Barbisan, Gala Solovi^va. 

THEATRE S0VT6tIQUE CONTEMPORAIN, 

Barbour, John. 
SUPERBAT, 

Barca, Pedro Calderon de la. SEE 
Calderon de la Barca, Pedro. 

Bardacke, Frances. 

THE BALLAD OF YANKEE JIM. 

Bardoly, Louis S, 
DIE ANMASSUNG. 
DIE SACKGASSE. 

Bareham, John D. 

AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK III: PLAYS 

ABOUT EARLY MODERN TIMES. 
AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK IV: PLAYS 
ABOUT MODERN TIMES. 

Barillet, Pierre. 
CACTUS FLOWER, 
FLEUR DE CACTUS. 



Barnard, Harold, pseud. SEE Maltz, 
Maxwell. 

Barnette, Irwin. 

ON A VERY FINE GANDER. 

Barnow, Phillip. 

GETTIN' ON TO EVENIN' . 

Baron, Sheldon. 
JOHNNY RANSOM. 

Barouch, Iche. SEE Barouch, Itzhak. 

Barouch, Itzhak. 

WREATH FOR A SNOWMAN. 

Barrett, Thomas J. 
THE LOYALTY OATH. 

Barrington, Clarence. 
BEACH GIRL. 

Barry, Ellen S. 

THE PHILADELPHIA STORY. (R) 

Barry, Philip. 

THE PHILADELPHIA STORY. (R) 

Barsacq, Andre. 
L' IDIOT. 

Barsh, Samuel. 
WORD OF HONOR. 

Barstow, Becky. 

THE POPE'S MULE AND OTHER TALKING 
ANIMALS, 

Barthal, Peter, pseud. SEE Paal, 
Frank F. 

Bartsch, Hans. 

DER ERSTE FRUHLINGSTAG . (R) 
DIE FAMILIE CONIWY. CR) 



SEE Baty, Jeanne 



Bartsch, Irene Palasty. 

DER ERSTE FRUHLINGTAG, (R) 
DIE FAMILIE CONWAY. (R) 
PLAYLAND. (R) 

Barwell, Peggy. 
APRIL CLOUDS. (R) 

Bass, Marie. 

CAN THE LEOPARD CHANGE ITS SPOTS, 

Bass, Stephen W. 

NOTHING IN HER WAY. 

Bassan, Jeein, pseud. SEE Yulzari, Jean. 

Bates, Allan C. 
KIDS' GAMES. 

Batten, Mary T. 

TEASER BALL, 
Baty, Gaston. 

DULCINEE. (R) 

Baty, Mme. Gaston. 
Laval. 

Baty, Jeanne Laval. 
DULCINEE. (R) 

Bauernfeind, Winfried. 
DER TRAUM DES LIU- TUNG, 

Baum, L. Frank. 

DOROTHY AND THE WIZARD IN OZ. 
OZMA OF OZ. 

Baum, Vickl, pseud. SEE Lert, Hedwig. 

Baumer , Marie . 

THE BIRDS SING ALL NIGHT. 

Bawcutt, N. W. 

'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE. 



Bawn, Grace Marriner. 

THE AWAKENING OF PRINCESS 
PLEASURE. (R) 

Baxandall, Lee. 

CLAWS OF THE EAGLE, CLAWS OF THE 
JAGUAR . 

Bayley, Jefferson, pseud. SEE Bailey, 
Jesse K. , Jr. 

Bayllss, Lois Henderson. 
DROWSY WORSHIPPER. 

Bayly, John Ward, pseud. SEE Gainfort, 
John. 

Bealer, Gordon I. 
CARMELI, 

Beall, Sam. 

GOOD PERFORMANCE, 

WE ARE LOOKING FOR A MAN, 

Bealmear, June Hardister. 
HOUSE OF SAND. 

Bealmear, Robert F. 
HORNS UP. 

Beals, Julia. 

PAST midnight; PAST THE MORNING STAR, 

Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de, 
THE BARBER OF SEVILLE, 
CITIZEN ALMAVIVA. 
A MAD DAY'S WORK. 

Beaumont, VJilliam. 
THE MARBLE GUEST, 

Becdelievre, Marcelle Maurette. 
MADAME CAPET. (R) 

Becker, Robert. 

THE SELF-MADE MAN. 

Beckman, Donna S. 

AND ALL BECAUSE OF JOHNNY. 

Beebe, Harold H. , Jr. 
DIESEL DAZZLE. 

Beer, Lisl. 

GREAT IS KUSH. 



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Jan.-June 



Beer, Lisl.-Con. 
MR. VINEGAR. 
THE WISHING FAIRY. 

Beethoven, Jane. 

A CHILD'S MAGIC WORLD OF MUSIC. 

Beethoven, Ludwig van. 

FIDELIO. 
Behrle, Gertrude. 

FAMILY PLAN. 

Behrman , S . N . 

NO TIME FOR COMEDY. (R) 

WINE OF CHOICE. (R) 
Bein, Albert. 

THE JOLLY MISER. 

Beith, Helen Margaret. 

HOUSEMASTER. (R) 
Beith, John Hay. 

HOUSEMASTER. (R) 

Bell, Collins J. 

THREE ORIGINAL PLAYS. 

Bell, David L. SEE Showboat Co. 

Bellemo, Brunella. 

THE TREACHEROUS PERFUME. 

Beltz, Peter A. 

THE NEXT OASIS. 
Benedict, Stewart H. 
GONE TO THE DOGS. 
WAY DOWN UPON THE HUDSON RIVER. 

Benelli, Crescenzio. 

ORFEO E PROSERPINA. (R) 
Benenson, Thomas Ralph. 

A MATTER OF DISTINCTION. 
Benesch, Kurt. 
AKT MIT PAUSE. 

Benetj Stephen Vincent. 

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER. (R) 

Benet, Thomas C. 

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER. (R) 

Benjamin, Tom. 

HAMMER IN HIS HAND. 
Bennett, Clifford A. 

LECTURE ON VERNA CANTO. 

Bennett, Connie Lee. 

FAMILY TREE. 
Bennett, Dorothy. 

WRITERS' CRAMP. (R) 

Bennett, Richard Rodney. 
LE MINIERE DI ZOLFO. 

Bennett, Seymour. 

FAMILY TREE. 
Benoski, Stanley P. 

HONKY TONK. 

Benowitz, Roy. 
CAFE FRISCO. 
Benson, Reed A. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
PANAMA CANAL. 
Bentley, Eric. 

PARABLES FROM THE THEATRE. 

Berger, John, pseud. SEE Krcmery, 
Karol . 

Berger, Maurice Diamant. SEE Diamant- 
Berger, Maurice. 

Bergland Verlag, G.M.B.H. 

VERONIKA UND DIE SCHACHER & ZWEI 
SPITZBUBEN UND FINE DAME. 

Berkeley, Calif. Pacific School of 
Religion. 
THE YOUNGER SON. 

Berman, Mark. 

A SAXAPHONE FOR AMERICA. 
Berman, Mona S. 

HELLO JOE, THE STORY OP A CLOWN. 
Bernard, Edward G. 

IDYLLS OF THE KING. 
Bernard, Jean Jacques. 

LOUISE DE LA VALLIERE. (R) 

LA REINE D'ECOSSE. (R) 



Bernard, Milton Leo. 
SUMMER AT ARGHERA. 



Bernstein, George. SEE Gruber, George 
Bernstein. 

Bernstein, Henry. 

LE CAP DES TEMPETES. (R) 
CAVALIER SEUL. (R) 

Berr, Georges. 

LE TRAIN POUR VENISE. (R) 

Berry, Oneida. 
MY SECRET. 

Bertal-Maubon. 

DANS LA MARINE. (R) 

Berton, Lillian. 

WALK A CROOKED LINE. 

Berton, Max. 

WALK A CROOKED LINE. 

Berzon, Betty Louise. 

SMALL GROUP PROGRAMS FOR CONTINUING 
PERSONAL GROWTH. 

Betar, Yasmin, pseud. 
Jessie J. 

Bettenbender, John. 
ROMEO AND JULIET. 



SEE Powell, 



Bever, Jean, pseud. 

Bever-Dansaert, Mme. 
Yvonne Jolibois. 



SEE Dansaert, Jean. 
Jean. SEE Dansaert, 



Beverages International, Inc. Hires 
Co. SEE Hires Co. 

Beyle, Marie Henri. 

THE RED AND THE BLACK. 

Bickow, Joanne Stern. 

SUCH A LUCKY WOMAN. 
Biddle, Francis. 

IF THIS BE TREASON. 
Bigler, Michael R. 

SANTA AND I. 
Birabeau, Andre. 

LE NID. (R) 

Birch, Angeline. 

COMING IN ON A WING AND 152 PRAYERS. 

Birch (John) Society. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 

FEDERAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: INTER- 
VIEW WITH LEONARD PATTERSON. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: JOHN 

H. ROUSSELOT INTERVIEWING LEONARD 

PATTERSON. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 

KATANGA - A CASE HISTORY. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 

RHODESIA . 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: SOUTH 

AFRICA. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 

THE ADL AND JEWISH SOCIETY OF 

AMERICANISTS. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 

JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 

PANAMA CANAL. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 

UNITED NATIONS. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: WHY I 

AM A MEMBER OP THE COUNCIL OF THE 

JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY. 

Birnbryer, Ed. 
BIG CITY PAPER. 

Bishop's Co. 

STEP DOWN TO GLORY. 
Bitensky, Lorna Ray. 

ANTHRAPOLOGIA. 
Black, Algernon D. 

THE TRUCKDRIVER AND THE BIRD. 
Black, Thomas E. H. 

A SILKEN SCARF, 
Black, Walter. 

TEN FIFTEEN ALABAMA. 

Blackburn, George Gideon. 

THE YEAR OF THE LEMMINGS. 
Blackburn, Thomas. 

THE JUDAS TREE . ' 



Blaisdell Pub. Co. 

THE COMEDY OP ERRORS. 

Blake, William Dorsey. 
THE EDEN ROOM. 
THE MONTY AFFAIR. 

Blanchette, James. 

THE GUITARIST AFFAIR. 

Bluemke, Ralph C. 
NIGHT CHILDREN. 
Blumenfeld, Samuel L. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
ADL AND JEWISH SOCIETY OF 
AMERICANISTS. 



THE 



Bobnes, Ogar. SEE Bobnes, Stanley T. 

Bobnes, Stanley T. 

A CRUEL PLACE. 
Socage, Louis Collin du. 

LA FEMME DE MA VIE. (R) 

Boda, Glenada H. 

THE FROG PRINCE. (R) 
Bodansky, R. 

THE COUNT OF LUXEMBOURG. 
BOde, William T. 

OH, BROTHER. 
Boeck, Johann A. 
JEANNE 44. 

Bohlen, Donald Adam James. 

FOUR TIMES 'ROUND. 
Boland, Clay, Jr. 

FRITZ OF SWITZERLAND. 

LET'S MAKE ROCK 'N ROLL. 

MOTHER GOOSE GOES TO MARKET. 

PIERRE PROM PARIS. 

Boland, Suzanne. SEE Giraudoux, 

Suzanne Boland. 
Bolerjack, Mrs. A. R. 

THE WHISTVILLE CHILDREN. 

Bolingar Publishers. 

PIETRO, THE PRINCE OF PATIENCE. 
SOMETIMES IN THE DARKEST HOUR. 

Bolte, Carl E. , Jr. 
SOUTH OF MISSION. 

Bolton, Guy. 

NINE COACHES WAITING. 

Bonnard, Robert Andrew. 

MY FRIEND WEISSMAN IS BACK. 

Bononcini, Giovanni Battista. 
POLIFEM. (R) 

Booker, Bob. 

WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE THE WHOLE WORLD 
IS JEWISH. 

Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. 

LIZZIE BORDEN. 
Boretz, Alvin. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

Bornzin, Gary L. 

THE KING OF KINGS & I. 

Borodemos, Christine. 

FRUITLESS JEWELS. 
Boschot, Adolphe. 

LES NOCES DE FIGARO. (R) 
Boschot, Marguerite Dauphin. 

LES NOCES DE FIGARO. (R) 

Bost, Lee G. 

GRUB STAKE 
Bosworth, Raymond F. 

ONCE A PUPIL. (Rl 
Bote & Bock. 

JACOBOWSKY UND DER OBERST. 

DIE SEUFZERBRUCKE . 

DER TRAUM DES LIU-TUNG. 
Boucicault, Dion. 

THE STREETS OF NEW YORK. 

Bourla, Daniel. 
NOAH II. 

Bousard, Joe. 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. 

Bowers, Anna Joan. 

IF IT FITS, YOUR WELCOME. 



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Bowers, Ethel Henin. 

HOME IS MY KINGDOM. 
Bowers, R. Bruce. 
THE LAST BALLOON. 

Bowles, Nell H. 

HVEM SKAL VOGTE DIN BRODER. 
KUKA ON VELJESI VARTIJA. 

QUE EST LE GARDIEN DE TON FRERE. 

WIE IS UW BROEDERS HOEDER. 

Boynton, .John Charles. 
WHO, ME, 

Bradley, George William. 
WONDERFUL MYSTERY OF LOVE. 

Braley, Shelby Ray. 
THE MISSING DOGS. 

Brammer , J ul 1 us . 

DIE IDEALE GATTIN. (R) 

Brand, Michael. 

MY CUP RUNNETH OVER, AND OVER, AND 
OVER. 

Branden, Nathaniel. 

PSYCHOTHERAPY AND THE OBJECTIVIST 
ETHICS. 

Branden Press. . 

GREAT IS KUSH. 
Branden Press,, Inc. 

MR. VINEGAR, 

THE WISHING FAIRY. 

Brands, Jay X. 

PETA-LESHARO, MAN CHIEF, LAST GREAT 
CHIEF OF THE PAWNEES. 

Brands, X. SEE Brands, Jay X. 

Brandt, Elmer C. 

SCHOONER OF PARADISE. 

Brandt, Mildred S. 
THE TOUR. 

Braun, Theodore A. 
NEEDS IN NUTSHELLS. 

Braun, Wilbur. 

COMIN' 'ROUND THE MOUNTAIN. (Rl 
EVERYBODY WORKS BUT FATHER. (R) 
SHE WAS ONLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER. (R) 

Brazeal, Doris R. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. 

Breoht, Eugen Berthold Priedrich. 
PARABLES FROM THE THEATRE. 

Bredow, Ursula. 

POLIFEM. (R) 
Breeden, Marshall. 

TEDDY. 

Breffort, Alexandre. 

TA FEMME NOUS TROMPE. 
Breiseth, Ruth C. 

AS WE FORGIVE OUR DEBTORS. 
Breiseth, Tillman. 

AS WE FORGIVE OUR DEBTORS, 

Brenerd, Rorn BG, pseud. SEE Norris, 
Robert K. 
Brenner, David Norris. 

THE EVIDENCE GANG. 
Brereton, E. C. 

MAGIC MIRROR (SNOW-WHITE AND THE 
SEVEN DWARFS) (R) 

Brewer, Marjorie Lindsey. 

CHERRY CREEK BONANZA, 
Brico, Rex. 

AFTER Z. 

A PEBBLE ON THE ROAD. 

Brill (D. Dudley) Enterprises. 
FIVE MEANINGS. 

Bringuer, Estela. 

JUANA OF THE AMERICAS. 

Bristow, Eugene. 
THE SCOUNDREL. 

Broadhurst, Alan. 

THE GREAT CROSS-COUNTRY RACE. 



Brochet, Henri. 

MARIE, REINE DE FRANCE ET DAME DE 
PONTMAIN. (R) 
Brochet, Mme. Henri. SEE Brochet, 
Odette Parquin. 

Brochet, Odette Parquin. 

MARIE, REINE DE FRANCE ET DAME DE 
PONTMAIN. (R) 

Broderick, Ray J. 
CASEY AT THE BAT. 

Brodie, Barry Thomas. 

THE PUCE WILDEBEEST. 
Brome, Robert, . 
THE BIRTHMARK. 
THE COP AND THE ANTHEM, 
DAVID SWAN, 
THE NECKLACE, 
THE SIRE DE MALETROIT'S DOOR, 

Brooks, William. 

ALTHOUGH YOU CAN HIDE. 
Broones, Martin. 

A DISCOVERY THAT MEETS THE NEEDS OP 
TODAY . 
Brose, Elda. 

OUR LITTLE GIRL, HEIDI. 
Broudy, Katherine , 

CLUTTERED. 

FOOLISH PEOPLE RUN FAST. 

Broudy, Shaunee Laurence. 

BEAT-UP- BABIES. 
Brower, Reuben. 

THE TRAGEDY OF C0RI0LANU3 . 
Brown, Albert M. 

SIX NEW PLAYS FOR BOYS. (R) 
Brown, B. L. T. SEE Brown, Bruce 

Le Tarte. 
Brown, Beverly. 

IN CALICO. 

Brown, Bruce L. 
SPORTS SPOTS. 

Brown, Bruce Le Tarte. 

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A WAY-OUT WIPE. 

Brown, John Russell. 

THE LIFE OF HENRY V. 
Brown, Kenneth H. 

THE PENITENT. 
Brown (Michael) Enterprises, Inc. 

THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN 
BUMBLEBEE . 

Browning, Mary Carmel. 

ABE OP THE AGES. 
Browning, Robert. 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. 

Bruck, Heinz. 

APPARTEMENT MIT EIGENEM MORD. 
Bruestle, Beaumont S. 
STICKS AND STONES. 

Brunner, Miriam P. 

END MEN. 
Bruno, Pierrette. 

PEPS IE. 

Brunson, Doris Virginia. 
FAMILY SCENE. 
HOPE FOR THE FUTURE. 
THREE MEN ON A STOOP. 

Bruyninckx, Felix. 
LISTEN TO DAD. 

Bryan, Nancy. 

THE LIVES OF SUCCESS. 
Bryant, Shirley. 

FRIDAY NIGHT'S CHILDREN, 
Bryant, William A. 

FRIDAY NIGHT'S CHILDREN, 

Buber, Martin, 
ELIJAH. 

BublitZj Dorothea E. 

THE FAITHFUL FEW. 
Buoher, Andrea. 

THE THINGS OF A CHILD. 

Buckingham, Bruce. 

ON A VERY FINE GANDER, 



Bullins, Ed. 

GOIN'A BUFFALO, 

Burden, Donald E. 

IDENT-I-TAPE. 

Burgess, C. F. 

THE BEGGAR'S OPERA AND COMPANION 
PIECES , 

Burghardt, Walter. 

VATICAN II AND CATHOLIC THEOLOGY 
TODAY AND TOMORROW IN AMERICA. 
Burkard, Heinrich . 

DIE HEIRAT. (R) 
Burke, Eleanor. 

ABBY NEWTON'S STAR. 

Burke, James J. 

THE PLIGHT OF THE PATENT ATTORNEY 
AMONG ALIEN METALLURGISTS. 

Burke, Joe. 

ELBOS AND ELVERSE ELF. 

Burnett, Thomas D. 

HOW THE TINSEL GOT ON THE CHRISTMAS 
TREE. 
Bu r nham , Ba rba r a . 

GOODBYE, MR. CHIPS. (R) 
Burrell, John. 

THE COTILLION, 



Burrows , 
CACTUS 



Abe. 
FLOWER. 



Burton, Ann M. 

WOMEN, EDUCATION AND INDIVIDUALITY, 
Burton, Irving. 

HANDS OFF! DON'T TOUCH. 
Bus-Fekete, Ladislaus, 

TWELVE IN THE BOX. fR) 
Busch, H. Ted. 

THE UNICORN HORN. 

Busch, Richard H. 

TALK OF ANOTHER DAY. 
Bush, A. Macy. 

IT'S A LONG HARD ROAD. 

WASHINGTON ULCERS, 
Bush, Roy. 

TWO DAUGHTERS. 
Bush-Pekete, Marie. 

THE GIRL WHO TALKED TO GOLDFISH. 

Butera, Josie. 

HIS FIRST PIANO LESSON. 

Butler, Christopher. 

THE AGGIORNAMENTO OF VATICAN II 
DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION ON DIVINE ' 
REVELATION. 

Butler, Robert. 

THE ROOMING HOUSE. 
Butler, Thomas J. 

THE INSPECTOR GENERAL. 

Butts, Hilton, pseud 
William H. 



SEE Long, 



Caddie, Regis, pseud. SEE Cejrowski, 
Regis. 

Caldarola, Thomas J. 
MARGO AND ME. 

Calderon de la Barca, Pedro. 
EL ALCALDE DE ZALAMEA. 

Calebaugh, Charles Barney. 
ON THE BANKS OF THE LETHE. 
Calene, John, 

THE GOLDBRINGERS, 

Calhoun, Willie J. 
SCAT. 

Callaghan, Mildred Hawley. 
FROM RUSSIA WITH AWE. 

Camhi, Richard V. 
HEY, BUDDY, 

Camillus, Brother. SEE Hayes, Thomas M. 



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Jan.-June 



Cammack, Muriel E. 
MY LIFE. 

Cammarano, Salvadore. 
ROBERTO DEVEREUX. 

Campbell, Archie. 

HOCKEY HERE TONIGHT. 
RIKDERCELLA . 

Campbell, Byron, pseud. SEE Allen, 
Aulden P. 

Campbell, Gordon F. 
WHAT DO YOU TRUST. 

Campbell, Gurney. 

GANDHI. 
Campbell, Esther McCracken. 

QUIET WEDDING. (R) 

WILLING SPIRIT. (R) 

Cannon, Grant G. 
SAMUEL, SAMUEL. 

Cannon, Raeburn Ann. 

A CUP AND A SAUCER. 
Canon, Jack Lawrence . 

WHERE DOES MY GARDEN GROW. 

Cantc5n, Wilberto. 

NOSOTROS SOMOS DIOS . 

Canzoneri, Robert Wilburn. 
BLACK SHEEP, BLACK SHEEP. 

Caoccl, Carlo. 

ROMY, LA TRAGEDIA PROIBITA. 
Capell, Richard. 

PEACE DAY. (R) 

Capuano, Dick. 
A TIME TO MOVE. 

Cardwell-Westinghouse Co 
THE HEART OF THE CAR. 

Carey, Lee. 

THIS IS MY PLAY, FOR A CHRISTMAS 
TREE IS A CHRISTMAS TREE; A POPCORN 
BALL IS A POPCORN BALL; A COATI- 
MONDI IS A COATI-MONDI; AND THIS IS 
NEVER THAT. 
WHEN A SCARLET IBIS AIN'T FREE. 

Carlo, Sam, pseud. SEE Lucarlo, Sam S. 

Carllni, Phyllis Mansfield. 
BEHOLD THE MAN. 

Carlson, Barbara. 

PARADE IN DREAMLAND. 

Carlson, Toby. 

DIESEL INTRODUCTION. 
WAR AGAINST WINTER'. 

Carmean, Edna J. 

SAUERKRAUT AND BOSTON BEANS. 

Carrol, Saint, pseud. SEE Rasin, 
Carrie . 

Carroll, James M. 

BLUE ALL THE WAY DOWN. 

Carroll, John. 

ONCE UPON A DREAM. 
Carroll, Paul Vincent. 
COGGERERS. (R) 
PLAYS FOR MY CHILDREN. (R) 
WHITE STEED AND COGGERERS. (R) 

Carr, Charles M. 

DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP EN DE 
VERHOUDINGEN TUSSEN DE MENSEN ONDER- 
LING. 

LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE ET LES 
RELATIONS HUMAINES . 

Carstens, Harry J. 
TOMORROW'S HERO. 
Carter, Conrad C. 

NO FOES SHALL STAY. (R) 
PIECE OF CHINA. (R) 

fSLi^-tsr PA. 

MARy's BLACK EYE. (R) 
Carter, Lonnie D. 

ADAM. 
Carter, N. B. C. 

NO FOES SHALL STAY. (R) 



Gary, Falkland L. 

DOCTOR THERE'S DANGER. 



(R) 



Casa Muslcale Sonzogno di Piero Ostali. 
LA GIACCA DANNATA. 

Casady, Jud R., pseud. SEE Condra, 
John R. 

Case Musicale Giuliana, S.R.L. 
IL REVISORE. (R) 

Case, William. 
THE PINK SLIP. 
THE SOFT GREY FOG OF LOVE. 

Cassidy, Vin. 
UNCLE AL. 

Casso, Leonard Anthony. 
FIDGET . 

Cass on, Lionel. 

THE ORESTEIA TRILOGY: AGAMEMNON, THE 
CHOEPHOROE, THE EUMENIDES & 
PROMETHEUS BOUND. 
Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Mario. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 
Castrodale, Richard. 

BECAUSE A GOOD MAN NOWADAYS IS HARD 
TO FIND. 
DOCTOR, LAWYER, INDIAN CHIEF*. 

Catron, Louis E. 

THE ACTIONS OF TIGERS. 

CENTAUR, CENTAUR. 

EVERYTHING'S GEORGE. 

GRANNY DAVIS AND MISTER DEATH. 

LINCOLN AT SPRINGFIELD: JANUARY I859. 
Cavalcade Films, Ltd. 

WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR. 



Cavanaugh, Eugene 



SEE Showboat Co. 



Caven, Neil Charles. 

WHO MURDERED JACK WILLIAMS. 

Cebulski, Marcia. 

TIME BURIES THE SPRING. 

Cejrowski, Regis. 

WATCH IT. 
Cercovich, Dolores. 

MISSOURI LEGEND. (R) 

Cervantes, Federico Jacinto. 

MAY THE MOON COME OUT AND PLAY. 
C^saire, Aim6. 

UNE SAISON AU CONGO. 
Cesbron, Gilbert. 
L'ECLUSE. 

Chais, Pamela Herbert. 
DOESN'T EVERYONE. 



Chall, Hildy, pseud. 
Hilda. 



SEE Markoff, 



Chamberlin, John M. , IV. 
THE IMAGE OF FORREST. 

Chandler, David L. 

THE FLYING MARVEL OF NOTASULGA. 

Chandler Pub. Co. 
THE CHANGELING. 
A DREAM PLAY AND THE GHOST SONATA. 

MEDEA. 
THE ORESTEIA TRILOGY: AGAMEMNON, THE 

CHOEPHOROE, THE EUMENIDES & 

PROMETHEUS BOUND. 
THE WAY OF THE WORLD. 

Chantavoine, Jean. 

DAPHNE. (R) 

DAPHNE, OP. 82. (R) 

JOUR DE PAIX. (R) 

JOUR DE PAIX, OP. 81. (R) 
Chaplin, Charles Spencer. 

THE DICTATOR. (R) 
Chapman, John. 

DIPLOMATIC BAGGAGE. 
Charaire, Georges. 

LE FAVOR I. 
Charles, Julie, SEE Hanidis, Julie 

Charles. 
Charles, Nancy Ford. 

WHAT'S IN THE WIND. 



Charron, A., pseud. SEE Kolar, Arpad. 

Chase, Mary Coyle. 

CHI HOUSE. (R) 
Chastain, Donald C. 
HORNS UP. 

Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich. 
TEN EARLY PLAYS. 

Chernis, Jay. 

IT'S ABOUT TIME. 

Cherrln, Vladimer. 
THE COMPOST HEAP. 

Cherry, R. , pseud. SEE Wein, Ruth C. 

Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp. SEE General Motors Corp. 
Chevrolet Motor Division. 
Chia, Jack Tehtsao. 
A GIRL A WEEK. 

Chicago Tribune. 

BIG CITY PAPER. 
Chodoshj Richard B. 

THE STREETS OP NEW YORK. 

Christ, Charlotte. 

ATTENTION, CORPORAL SCHULTZ. 

Christensen, Holger L. 

THE SCIENCE OF CELESTIAL MATTER. 
Christensen, Verona. 
TEMPEST IN A TRUNK. 

Christian, Darwin. 
FALLING IN LOVE. 

Christian, Jan. 

THREE PLAYS FOR TELEVISION. 
Christie, Tom. 
OPERATION NUTS. 

Christman, Marion H. 

THE LOVE BUG. 
Christopher, Robert de . 
TIME BURIES THE SPRING. 

Christopoulos, George. 

AMAPOLA. 
Christopulos, Mike. 

MARRIAGE, GREEK STYLE. 

Chukhral, G. 

SCENARIO OP BALLAD OF A SOLDIER. 

Cinestudio Productions, Ltd. 

STUDY IN VIOLENCE. 
Clark, I. E. 

THE BALLAD OF IRVING BERLIN AND 
OTHER FOOTBALL HALFTIME SHOWS FOR 
BANDS. 

Clark, Robert Hervey. 

TWF P'RRTTRR'RnTTnW 

Clark, Roy E. 

MEN WHO CAN STAND. 

Clark, Thomas W. 

THE TIRE OF THE 70'S. 

Claudel, Paul. 

JEANNE D'ARC AU BUCHER.' (R) 
LA SAGESSE. iB.) 

Claudel, Heine Sainte Marie Perrin. 
JEANNE D'ARC AU BUCHER. (R) 

TA OAr'TTQCI? (T>\ 

Claudy, Carl H. 

JUDGE NOT. (R) 
Claudy, Carl H., Jr. 

JUDGE NOT. (R) 
Clausen, Robert Howard. 

THE SPIRIT OF FRANKENMUTH. 

Ciavell, James. 

THE CHILDREN'S STORY. 

Cleffi, Americus J. 

THE WAXWORKS. 
Cleland, John. 

FAWNY HILL. 

Cleland, T. M. 

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. 

Clement, Mme. See Clement, Colette 
Mayer Grunbaum. 

Clement, Colette Mayer Grunbaum. 
SEPTEMBRE. (R) 



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SEE Kestner, 



Clementj Victor. 

THE FALL OF THE CITY. 

THE IGNORANT INVALID . 
Clewes, Howard. 

WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR. 
Clifton^ John. 

COME SING A LOVE SONG. 

Clifton, John, pseud. 
John. 

Jlinton-Baddeley, V. C. 
NICHEVO. (R) 

Clouse, Helen. 

TYING THE RIBBON. 
Coble, Thomas. 
THE LOVE GAME. 

Coca-Cola Co. 

BUILDING FOR TOMORROW. (R) 

IT'S IN THE BAG. (R) 

SHANTY TOWN. (R) 
Coca Cola Co. Duncan Foods Co. 

JINGLES. 
Cocteau, Jean. 

NUIT D'UN COUPLE. 

LES PARENTS TERRIBLES . (R) 

Cohen, David. 

BATMENCH AND RUBIN. 
Cohen, Doris Vldaver. 

THE LION, THE WUCH AND THE WARDROBE. 
Cohen, Edward A. 

BARNEY. 

Cohen, Marcla. 

ALICE IN WORDLAND, 

Cohen, Marvin A. 
DWELL IN SAFETY. 

Cohen, Miriam. 

THREE PART INVENTION. 

TOPOWATCHEE GUNS. 
Cohen, Norman E. 

THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO OF ALL. 

Coke, Peter. 

MIDSUMMER MINK. 

Cole, Margaret E. 

AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK IV: PLAYS 
ABOUT MODERN TIMES. 

Cole, Nancy Lawrence. 

HOMMAGE A GERTRUDE STEIN. 

Colechln, B. J. 

TOM. 
Colefax, Michael Peter. 

THE FLAT. 



Coley, Paul, pseud. SEE Perry, Jerry 
Paul. 

Coline, Constance, pseud. SEE Clement, 
Colette Mayer Grunbaum. 

Collette, pseud. SEE Goudeket, Gabrl- 

elle. 
Collins, Fletcher, Jr. 
THE FARCE OF THE TUB. 

Collins, Margaret Brandon James. 

NECESSARY POND. 
Collins, Nereus VXesley, Jr. 

THE SHOOTING STAR. 



Collins, Wesley. SEE Collins, Nereus 
Wesley, Jr. 

Colombo, Carlo. 

THE HIERARCHICAL STRUCTURE OF THE 
CHURCH. 

Colombo (Franco) Inc. 
DON PASQUALE. 

Comden, Betty. 

FADE OUT, FADE IN. 

Comeaux, George E. 

SUNSPOTS ON THE MOON. 

Com^die de Bourges. 
LA PROVOCATION. 

Comer, J. Douglas. 

MABLE JONES. 
Condra, John R. 

THE CHILD OF A KING. 



SEE Frankowskl, 



Congar, Yves. 

INSTITUTIONALIZED RELIGION. 

THE LAITY. 

THE PEOPLE OF GOD. 

Congreve, William. 

THE WAY OF THE WORLD. 

Conkle, Ellsworth Prouty. 
JOHNNY APPLESEED. (R) 
PROLOGUE TO GLORY. (R) 

Connelly, Gerald E. 
ESCAPE. 
THE RACER. 

Conner, John Paul. 
HOME FOR CHRISTMAS. 

Conrad, Jan, pseud. 
Jan Joseph Conrad. 

Conrow, Jonathan H. 
HAT DANCE. 
26TH MISSION. 

Consldlne, Bob. 

LADIES DAY. (R) 
Cook, Dorothy P. 

WHAT IS CHRISTMAS. 
Cook, Nllla Cram. 

BACK TO THE SYLLABLES. 
Cook, Raymond. 

VARIATIONS ON A JAZZ TECHNIQUE. 
Cookson, Frank B. 
LA BOHEME. 
CINDERELLA. 
LOHENGRIN. 
THE MAGIC FLUTE. 
THE MARRIAGE OP FIGARO. 
MARTHA . 
PAGLIACCI. 
LA TRAVIATA. 

Cooley, Gladys Lucille. 
THE WILD BIRD. 

Cooper, John. 

A RIDE ON THE READING. 

Coopersmlth, Jerome. 
BAKER STREET. 

Corbett, Anne Marie. 

THE NINTH SIDE OF THE OCTAGON. 

Corcoran, Robert John. 
MAD HAMLET. 

Corcoran, Mrs. Robert John. SEE 
Corcoran, Ruth Fleming. 

Corcoran, Ruth Fleming. 
MAD HAMLET. 

Corlett, William. 

RETURN TICKET. 
Cornetet, James 0. 

PSYCHO-DYNAMIC SUCCESS SELLING. 

Corre, Francois. 

LA QUETE HEROIQUE DU GRAAL. (R) 
Corrigan, Joseph R. 

THE FIFTY -FIRST STATE. 

Corrigan, Robert W. 

A DREAM PLAY AND THE GHOST SONATA. 
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. 

Cosentlnoj Nicholas. 

DEBBIE. 

Cossa, Roberto M. 

NUESTRO PIN DE SEMANA. 

Costello, Ward. 
BROTHERS . 

Costln, Jimmy Dean. 

LEE. 
Cotton, J. L. 

LIFE'S TOO SHORT. 

Cotton, Tommie, Jr. 

LIFE I S TOO SHORT. 

Cottone, Amerigo Michael. 
SANTA AND I. 

Cox, R. David. 

AS THE LION DOES. 
I KILLED MY BROTHER AND I4Y BROTHER 
KILLED ME. 
Cox, Samuel H. 
GOD'S HANDIWORK. 



Crabtree, Paul. 

I SINCERELY DOUBT THAT THIS OLD 

HOUSE IS VERY HAUNTED. 
TENNESSEE, U. S. A. 

Craig, Lorene. 

WELCOME TO CHECKERBERRY LAND. 



SEE Craig, Lorene. 



Craig, Renee. 

Craig, Robert L. 

THE SCOUNDRELS. 
Craven, Mary M. 

AND ALL BECAUSE OF JOHNNY. 

Craviero, Beverly M. 
SINCE ADAM AND EVE. 

Crawford, Cynthia Dodge. 
OLD CROSSPATCH. (R) 

Craze, FranoeB. 

QUEENS FOR A WEEK. 

Crehore, Thomas Oliver. 

AFTERNOON IS A SUGAR CUBE. 

Cr^mieux, Hector. 

DIE SEUFZERBROCKE. 
Crockett, Otway. 

RUN, BILLIE, run. 

Crommelynck, Fernand. 

TWO BELGIAN PLAYS, ABOUT LOVE. 

Crosby, Millard, pseud. SEE Braun. 
Wilbur. 

Crossley, Joseph. 
HENRIETTA. 

Grossman, David A. 
CAPTAIN STURM. 

Cryer, Gretchen. 

WHAT'S IN THE WIND. 

Culver, Roy. 
ENTERTAINMENT. 

Curlee, Hattie Gay. 
LADY BLACK AND WHITE. 

Curry, Peggy Slmson. 

GERANIUM HOUSE. 
Curtis, Jean Louis. 

LE ROI LEAR. 

Cury, Maurice. 

SUR LA ROUTE DE SALINA. 

Cuthris, Woody. 

WALKING DOWN FREEDOM'S HIGHWAY. 
Cuza, Claudio Eddy. 

THE ITALIAN BED. 

UN DIA SI, UN DIA NO. 



D 



Dabrll, Luoien, pseud. SEE Lecoq, 
Raoul , 

D'Abzac, Guy, pseud. SEE Marsac, Guy. 

Dace, Wallace. 
SATAN'S CHILDE. 

Dalison, A. W. 

MY DARLING VIOLETTA. 

Damato, Anthony. 

MONIQUE . 
Damico, Helen. 

THE LAST BANDIT. 

Damico, James. 

THE LAST BANDIT. 
Dance Notation Bureau, Inc. 

VARIATIONS ON A JAZZ TECHNIQUE. 

Danielewski, Tadeusz Z. 

STORM OVER TIBET. 
Danlelou, Jean. 

CHRISTIANITY AND NON-CHRISTIAN RELI- 
GIONS . 

Daniels, Dan. 

FOOTSTEPS IN THE SNOW. 
Dankert, Frederick T. 

ANOTHER ISLAND. 

THE CANDLE AND THE MOTH. 

IN A MIRROR DIMLY. 



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Jan.-June 



SEE Dansaert, 



SEE Mace, 



(R) 



Dansaert, Jean. 
CHAMPION. (R) 

Dansaert, Mme. Jean Bever. 

Yvonne Jolibols. 
Dansaert, Yvonne Jollbois. 

CHAMPION. (R) 

D'Arcy, Margaretta. 
TRAFALGAR . 

Darieux, Jacques, pseud. 
Jacques. 

Darmont, Jacques. 

LA MARGOTON DIT BATAILLON. 
Daudet, Alphonse. 

THE POPE'S MULE AND OTHER TALKING 
ANIMALS . 

Daughterty, Shirley E. 
TWAIN OF THOUGHT. 

Dauphin, Marguerite. SEE Bosehot, 
Marguerite Dauphin. 

Davenport, J. 

THE HEART OF THE CAR'. 
Davenport, John. 

ADVERTISING '66. 

HOW TO LOWER OVER-ALL TRUCK TIRE 
COSTS. 

David, Marv. 

TOWARD THE VICTORY OP HEALTH. 

Davidow, Mike. 

THE EAGLE- DOVES. 
Davidson, Angus. 
BEATRICE CENCI. 

Davidson, Eduardo, pseud. 
Claudio Eddy. 

Davis, Al. 

BUBBLE TROUBLE. 
sky" HIGH. 

Davis, Allen, III. 

NAKED IN THE WINDOW. 

Davis, Caroline. 

A CHILD'S MAGIC WORLD OF MUSIC. 

Davis, Donald. 

INDIAN SUMMER. (R) 

Davis, Edythe E. 
THE ROAD BACK. 

Davis, Evelyn. 

THE GREATEST GAME IN TOWN. 
Davis, Florence Geri Turner. 

A CAT CALLED JESUS. 

IN THE BEGINNING: A MACHINE. 



Davis, Geri Turner, SEE Davl: 
Florence Geri Turner. 

Davis, Irving Kaye. 
THE GAME OF CONQUER. 



De Backer, Anne Marie. 
Anne Marie de. 



SEE Backer, 



D'Esteign^re, Henri, pseud. SEE 
Steiner, Sattva. 



SEE Cuza 



Davis, Mrs. Irving Kaye. 

Elsa. 
Davis, Mary. 

STRANGERS ON THE BEACH, 

Davis, Mary E. 
SORRY, CARSE. 

Davis, Owen. 

INDIAN SUMMER. (R) 

Davis, Russell J. 

SWEET LITTLE BIRDIES. 



SEE Shelley, 



SEE Davis, Florence 



Davis, Turner. 
Geri Turner. 

Dawid, Rose Anne Amarant. 
UNE FEMME ET UN ROI. (R) 

Day, Frederic Lansing. 
THE SEA. 
DeAnda, Peter. 

SWEETBREAD . 
De Angelis, Peter. 

ELBOS AND ELVERSE ELF. 

Dearth, Nona. 

OPERATION NUTS. 



De Peaumarchais, Pierre Augustln Caron. 

SEE Beau.marohais, Pierre August in 

Caron de . 
DeCamp,, Dorothy . 

S. 0. B. 

Deckelman, Virginia Gilchrist. 
BRISBEAU'S HILL. 

De Felice, James V., Jr. 

WHEN THE WIND BLEW COOL AT ROSIE'S 
PLACE. 



De Ghelderode, Michel. SEE Ghelderode, 

Michel de. 
De Guzman, Michael. 
MOMMY, I'M HOME. 
De Jong, Willem L. SEE Jong, Willem 
L. de. 

De Letraz, Mme. Jean. See Letraz, 

Simone Peigniet de. 
Delgado, Ramon. 

BAIT FOR A CROSS-EYED FLOUNDER. 

DelibeS; Leo. 

DER KONIG HAT'S GESAGT, 

rell ^Pub. Co. , Inc. 

ARDELE & PAUVRE BIT OS. 
RESTORATION. 
ROMEO AND JULIET. 
THREE MODERN FRENCH PLAYS OF THE 

IMAGINATION. 
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. 
THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. 
Dellecker, Ronald. 

ONCE UPON A DREAM. 
Del Mestre, Ulrlch. SEE Mestre, 

Ulrich del. 
Delph, Glenda. 

THE AIRLINE STEWARDESS. 

Del Rincon, Reynaldo Lopez. SEE 
Rincon, Reynaldo Lopez del. 

Delt, Lydia. 

LE TEMPS DES GRANDES ESPERANCES. 

De Lubac, Henri. SEE Lubac, Henri de. 

De Maupassant, Guy. SEE Maupassant, 
Guy de . 

De Nerval, Gerard. SEE Nerval, Gerard 

de. 
Denicoff, Marvin. 

THE DOCTOR IS SICK. 
Den-Lan Music Co., Inc. 

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF WYNKEN, 
BLYNKEN AND NOD. 
D'Ennery, A. SEE Ennery, A. d'. 
Denning, Wade. 

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF WYNKEN, 
BLYNKEN AND NOD. 

Denoel, Editiorjs. 

THEATRE SOVIETIQUE CONTEMPORAIN. 
Dent, Constance P. 

MIND AND MORALITY. 

Dent, Edward J. 
CUPID AND DEATH. 

Dento-Medlcal Tapes. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY. 

De Obaldia, Rene. SEE Obaldia, 
Rene de. 

Deprey, Beatrice. 

THE GIRL THAT STILL WONDERS. 
Dermit , Edouard. 

LES PARENTS TERRIBLES. fR) 
De Sales, R. de Roussy. 

COMEDIES CELEBRES. 
De Sales, Richard de Roussy. 

CINQ PETITES COMEDIES. 

TROIS COMEDIES DE COURTELINE. 

De Sanctis, Victor. 

Deschner, Donald A. 

DEATH SHALL HAVE NO DOMINION. 



Desulme, Hague s. 
THE GLORYMAKER. 



SEE Detro, Russell 



Detro, Gene. 
Eugene . 

Detro, Russell Eugene. 
THE TROGS. 

Deutsch, Mrs. A. 

MELODRAMAS FOR MADAME 



R 



Deval, Jacques. 

TOVARICH. (R) 
DgVan, Richard. 

REQUIEM FOR A MOTHER SUPERIOR. 

De Vega, Lope. 

LA MOZA DE CANTARO. 

Diamant-Berger, Maurice. 

CAVALIER SEUL. (R) 
Dickason, Albert. 

A CRYSTAL CHANDELIER FOR A LOVELY 
SOIREE. 
Dickens, Charles. 

HYPOCRITES' CARNIVAL. 
Dickens, Charles John Huff am. 
MR. SCROOGE. 

Dickson, James E. 
TO CATCH THE RAIN. 

Diekmann, Godfrey. 

CONSTITUTION ON THE SACRED LITURGY. 
Dierks, Theodor Funk. 

CLOSE-UP. 

Dietz, Howard. 

CAPTAIN'S UNIFORM. (R) 

Di Gioia, Giuseppe. 

A DAY IN THE COUNTRY. 

DiLeo, Peter. 

THE LAST AMERICAN. 
Dinsmore, Hugh Stewart. 

JUST ON TIME. 

Dionne, Mae. 

TWO HEARTS AT LAZY LAKE. 
Diroll, Cloe. SEE Diroll, Clorine 

Wright. 
Diroll, Clorine Wright. 

THE NATURE, ORIGIN AND PURPOSE OF 
SPACE PEOPLE AND THEIR MYSTERIOUS 
FLYING SHIPS. 
Ditwiler, D. deV. 
GENTLE ANARCHIST. 

Dizenzo, Charles John. 

THE NEW BOOKKEEPER. 
Dodd, Msad & Co., Inc. 

THREE HISTORIES. 

Dodds, Arthur E. 

THE CONFESSION OF OSCAR WILDE. 

Dodds, Arthur Edwin. 
MOTECUHZOMA. 

Dodds, Donald J. 

OPEN HOUSE AT THE FUNNY FARM. 

Dodge, Cynthia. 

OLD CROSSPATCH. (R) 

Dodge, May Hewes. 

OLD CROSSPATCH. (R) 

Dolan, Marguerite M. 

A REASONABLY PRUDENT MAN. 

Doland, Emma. 

JUSTICE BY PROXY. 
Domaines Curatelles & Desherences. 

LE BONNET D'ANE. (R) 

SON PREMIER BAL. (R) 

Donian, Mitchell. 
HARRY'S DREAM. 

Donizetti, Gaetano. 
DON PASQUALE. 
ROBERTO DEVEREUX. 

Donleavy, J. P. 

THE GINGER MAN. 
Donnelly, John T. 

THE STARERS. 



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71 



Dorff, Norman. 

PARADE IN DREAMLAND. 
Dorsett, James R. 

WEEP. 

Dostoevskii, Fedor Mikhailovich. 
BROTHERS . 
L' IDIOT. 
PORTRAIT OF A MADHOUSE. 

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor. SEE Dostoevskii, 
Fedor Mikhailovich. 

Dougherty, Gerard Andrew. 
FOOTPRINTS IN THE LOUVRE. 

Douglas, James. 
THE BOMB. 

Douglas, Jerry. 
ROUNDELAY. 

Dowling, Mrs. Herbert. 

GOING TO TOWN. 
Dowling, William Francis, 

OUTER SPACE AND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS 
A WEEK. 
Downer, Alan S. 
RESTORATION. 

Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan . 
BAKER STREET. 

Doyle, Donald John. 

THE QUISLINGS OF LIBERTE. 

Doyle, James J. 

A QUARTER INCH FROM HAIL. 



SEE Taylor, 



Draga, J. T., pseud. 
Joanne . 

Dramatext Productions. 
THE STRANGE BREED. 

Dramatic Pub. Co. 

THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER. 

NINE COACHES WAITING. 

PRINCE OF FOXES. 

SEVEN DAYS IN MAY. 

THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS. 
Dreher, James F. 

WHO'S AWAY. 
Drewko, Leon. 

THE DIABOLICAL DR. ONGO. 

Drexler, Rosalyn. 
HOME MOVIES. 
THE LINE OF LEAST EXISTENCE. 

Dreyer, Carl Th. 
MEDEA. 

Dryer, Bernard Victor. 
JOHN DOE. (R) 

Dryden, John. 
ALL FOR LOVE. 

Duay, Grant . 

FUN CITY EXPRESS. 

NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA. 

Dubersteln, Helen, pseud. 
Helen L. 
Du Boccage, Louis Collin. 

LE TRAIN POUR VENISE. (R) 
DuBois, William. 

PROLOGUE TO GLORY. (R) 
Duff, William B. 

A SEASON FOR INSECTS. 

Duggan, Lois. 

WHO AKE WE. 
Dukes, Ashley. 

COME SING A LOVE SONG. 

Dulberger, Leon H. 

ONLY MY WIFE IS MARRIED. 

Dumas, Mildred. 

BLOOD VERSUS GREED. 
THE POWER OF MY WILL. 

Du Maurler, George. 

HAIL, SVENGALI. 
Dunbar, Bernice. 

LOVE OF BETTY DUVAL. 

Duncan, Frazer G. 

OUR ULTIMATE METALANGUAGE. 



SEE Upton, 



Duncan, Frederick Leonard. 
WIND AND THE RAIN. (R) 

Duncan Foods Co. 
BONGOS. 
BUTTER-NUT COFFEE CHRISTMAS CLUB, 

1965. 
RECIPE. 

Duncan Foods Co., a division of the 
Coca Cola Co. SEE Coca Cola Co. 
Duncan Foods Co. 
Dunkin, William S. 

THE LOVE SONG THAT STARTED WITH 
DOUGH. 
Dunn, Patsy. 

FLATTERY GOT HIM MARRIED. 

Dunn, Peter N. 

EL ALCALDE DE ZALAMEA. 
Dunning, Philip. 
PLAYLAITO. (R'l 

Dunster, Claude. 
THE MERMAID. 

Duran, Michel. 

BARBARA. (R) 
Duras, Marguerite. 

THEATRE I. 
Durer, C. S. 

THE MADMAN AND THE NUN. 

Durian, Don B. 

INTERVIEW: MR. F. 0. KOONTZ, CHAIRMAN 

OF THE BOARD. 
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PICTURE. 

DUrrenmatt, Friedrich. 
THE FALLING STAR. 



Editions Bernard Grasset. SEE 

Grasset (Bernard) Editions. 
Editions du Seuil. 
LES CANAGUES. 
UNE SAISON AU CONGO. 



Durwood, John, pseud 
Edward . 



SEE Wenning, 
pseud. SEE Smith, 



Dyal, Donald 0. , 
Thomas Erskine 

Dyckj Abram A. 
ABOUT MEN. 

Dyck, Rose A. 
ABOUT MEN. 



Eastman, Frances. 

NEEDS IN NUTSHELLS. 
Easton, Sidney. 

HERMITAGE. (R) 
Eaton, William. 

BUT USE A LITTLE WINE. 

Eavenson, Raymond, Jr. 
THE EXPLORERS. 
WAR AGAINST INVADERS. 

Eberhart, Mignon G. 

DEATH IN MY HAND. (R) 
320 COLLEGE AVENUE. (R) 

Ebinger, Blandine. 
DIE SANFTE TIGERIN. 

Ebsen, Buddy. SEE Ebsen, Christian. 

Ebsen, Christian. 
ENSENADA . 

Ecclesiastic Cultural Assn., Los 
Angeles . 
THE WOMAN OF SAMARIA. 

Eoonomou, Rochelle. 

ISTANBOUL . 
Edel, Herman. 
MR. WISHBONE. 

Eddy, Mary. 

THE GOLD- DOLLAR BED. 

Edgar, Frank. 

BUY ME A GOLDEN ASS. 

Edgar, Wendell. 
THE CONCH SHELL. 

Edge, Joe. 

HANNIBAL'S ALP. 
Edinberg, Ruth C. 

THE EIGHT O'CLOCK TOWER. 

Edition Meisel & Co., G.M.B.H. SEE 
Meisel & Co., G.M.B.H., Edition. 



SEE Galllmard, 

Editions 



Editions Gallimard 
Editions. 
Editions Joubert. SEE Joubert, 

Edwards, Dorothea S. 

GIVE THE KID A CHANCE. (R) 
Edwards, George Graveley. 

THE WINE-DARK SEA. 
Edwards, Gus . 

GIVE THE KID A CHANCE. (R) 
Edvjards, Kenneth Morgan. 

GRACE, THE DOMINANT NOTE IN 
PREACHING. 
Edwards, Leo. 

GIVE THE KID A CHANCE. (R) 

Edwards, Melvin. 
SATURDAY NIGHT. 

Ehrensperger , Harold A. 

PLAYS FOR THE CHANGING WORLD. (R) 
Ehrlich, Milton. 
AMERICAN GYPSY. 

Eiben, Amelia. 

PROGRAM YOUR WEIGHT WITH AUTO-CYBER- 
NETICS. 
EigSti, Karl. 

MCHUGH'S TATTOO. 
SHAWGO'S PLACE. 
Elnhorn, Abe. 

AGATHA SUE, I LOVE YOU. 

Elbert, Ronald D. 

AN ACCIDENT THAT HAPPENED. 
Eldridge Pub. Co. 

BS-DECKIN' THE HALLS. 
BREAKFAST WITH PAUL. 
HOODOO THE MAGICIAN. 
PATRIOTIC ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS. 
Electrogenic Sounds, Inc. 

ELECTROGENICS IN ACTION. 
Elek Books, Ltd. 

PLAYS OF THE YEAR, VOLUME 29. 

Elektra Corp. 

FIDELIO. 
Eliot, Esme Valerie. 

THE FAMILY REUNION. 



(R) 



Eliot, Thomas Stearns. 

THE FAMILY REUNION. (R) 
Ellinger, Alfred J. 

VERONIKA UND DIE SCHScHER & ZWEI 
SPITZBUBEN UND EINE DAME. 

Ellis, Brobury Pearce. 
THE BARBER OF SEVILLE. 
A MAD DAY'S WORK. 

Ellis, John Charles. 

SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR. 

Ellis, Lucy Perkins. 
THERE'S SOMETHING NEW. 

Ellis, Wallace C. 
PACKY. 

Ellsworth, H. J. 

LETTER FROM AN UNKNOWN SOLDIER. 

Ellwood, Anne B. 

THE MARROW GATE. 
Elmslie , Kenward. 

LIZZIE BORDEN. 

Elrickj Cieorge. 

THE ART OP CONDUCTING AN EFFECTIVE 

INTERVIHV. 
HIGH TIME FOR HIRES. 
INGOT SOUITONESS IN FORGING QUALITY 

STEEL. 
SURFACE CONDITIONING OF FORGING 

QUALITY STEEL. 

Elser, Donald, 

THE LETTERS. 

A TICKET TO THE CITY. 
Elson, Jesse. 

QUANTIZATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC 
RADIATION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS. 

Emerick, Lucille. 

YOU'LL HANG, MX LOTO. 



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Jan.-June 



Emerson J Joy, pseud. SEE Wells, Emma 
Jean. 



Emme, Gabriel, pseud. 
Gabrielle Gautler. 

Emory, Dean, pseud. 
Morton L. 

Enck, John J. 

ALL FOR LOVE. 
England, Robert. 
LONG JOHN SILVER. 

Engvick, William C. 

LADIES AND GENTS. 
Ennery, A. d' . 

MICHEL STROGOFF. 
Enzmann, Albert. 

EMERGENCY. 



SEE Melinand, 



SEE Paterson, 



(R) 



SEE Mouezy-Eon, 



Eon, Andre Mouezy- 
Andre. 
Erhard, Thomas A. 

A WILD FIGHT FOR SPRING. 

Erlckson, Mary Wilson. 
THE YANKEES ARE COMING. 

Ervine, St. John J. 
ROBERT'S WIFE. (R) 

Eshleman, Harry David. 

RULE OUT THE SYNTHESIS. 
Espeyran, Pierre Sabatier d'. 

TU CROIS AVOIR AIME. (R) 
Essex, David Stephen. 

FATTY . 
Essex, Harry. 

FATTY . 

Essex, Harry J. 

PRIZE FAMILY. (R) 
Essex Music, Ltd. 

LONDON TALKING BLUES. 

Essig, Ursula. 

A HUSBAND FOR MOTHER. 
'Estevez, Jorge Medina. 

THE DOCTRINE OF VATICAN COUNCIL II 

ON THE VIRGIN MARY. 
SOME HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OP THE 
DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION LUMEN 
GENTIUM. 
Eubanks, Thomas. 

THE FLAMING GUNS OF SILVER SMITH. 

Euripides . 

MEDEA . 

LES TROYENNES. 

Evans, Benjamin T. 

GUARDIAN OF THE FREE. 



Evans, Dolores. 
Dolores M. 



pseud. SEE McDonald, 



Evans, Edward. 
I SIT A OUEEN. 

Evans, James Roose. 
James . 



SEE Roose- Evans, 



SEE Liebson, 



SEE Ziniewicz, 



Evans, Jerry L. , pseud 

Laurence S. , Sr. 
Evans, Robert Rees. 
A FESTIVAL AFFAIR. 
Evans, Sticks. 
LITTLE DODO. 
SKIN DEEP. 

Everest, John, pseud. 
John J. 

Everitt, E. B. 

SIX EARLY PLAYS. 

Evers, Joanna. 
BISHOP'S MOVE. 

Ewing, Pearl V. 

GAMBLING UNDER COVER. 



Exton, William, Jr. 

JOB ADMINISTRATION, PLANNING, 
ORGANIZING, LEADING AND CONTROLLING. 

Eyster, Claire Zwieg. 

PETER POOK AND HIS HARMONICA. 



SEE Bush-Fekete, 



Ezell, Jack. 

A BASKET OF FEAR, 



Fabian, Josephine C. 

CARMEN WAS A BLOND. 
Fadigan, Ellen. 

CORDIALLY YOURS. 
Pagan, James Bernard. 

DOCTOR 0' TOOLE. (R) 
Pagan, Mary. 

DOCTOR 0' TOOLE. (R) 
Pagg, James C. 

THE VISIT. 

Fagyas, Maria, pseud. 
Marie . 

Fairman, Mrs. Edwin B. SEE Fairman, 
Marion . 

Fairman, Marlon. 

THE MOMENT OF CHOICE. 

Falrservis, Walter A., Jr. 

THE ASSASSINATION OF MR. ABRAHAM 
LINCOLN BY THE ACTOR JOHN WILKES 
BOOTH. 

Pamiglietti, John R. 

THE IVY LEAGUE. 
Fankell, Irene. 

PHANTOM LODGE. 
Parago, Alexander. 

PLAYLAND. (R) 

Farber (Howard) Films, Inc. 

H F NO.l. 
Parjeon, Eleanor. 

TWO BOUQUETS. (R) 
Parjeon, Herbert. 

SKETCHES FROM NINE SHARP. (R) 

TWO BOUQUETS. (R) 
Parjeon, Joan. 

TWO BOUQUETS. (R^ 

Farmelant, Annabelle. 

THIS IS THE WAY TO ROME. 

Farnham, Willard. 

TROILUS AND CRESSIDA. 
Farnworth, Scott. 

CHINESE URSURER IN HIS VILLAGE. (R) 
Farquhar, George. 

THE RECRUTi'ING OFFICER. 

Farrell, Patrick J. 

ON BEING A REAL PERSON. 

THE STRUGGLE, 
Fasano, Renato. 

IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA. 
Fast, Howard. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

Fay, Patrick J. 

FRENCH KATE. 
Peatherman, Karen. 
INSTANT FUN. 

Pedder, Norman J. 

THE PLANTER MAY WEEP, 

Pederer,- Richard L. 
GAIUS , 
Peely, Terence. 

PLAYS OP THE YEAR, VOLUME 29. 

Peely, Terence John. 

DON'T LET SUMMER COME, 



Fekete, Ladislaus Bus. SEE Bus-Pekete, 

Ladlslaus. 
Fekete, Marie Bush. SEE Bush-Fekete, 

Marie . 

Feldman, Fred. 

WINTER OF A LONELY MOON, 

Feldman, Lawrence L. 

JOSEPHINE, THE HOMEWORK MACHINE. 

Felnagle, Richard Harry. 
THE THREE WISE GUYS. 

Fenton, Fran L. 

CANDLES TO MAMMON. 



Ferdinand, Roger. 

LE MONDE A L'ENVERS. (R) 

LE PRESIDENT HAUDECOEUR. (R) 

Ferguson, Bob. 

HOCKEY HERE TONIGHT. 
Pergusson, Francis. 

THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. 

Perlita, Ernest. 

SAUL. 
Fernandez Montesinos, Angel. 

UNA ESTRELLA PARA TODOS. 



Ferrari, Ermanno Wolf-. 
Ferrari, Ermanno. 

Ferrier, Garry Todd . 
LIKE A DRIBBLING FRAM^. 

Fetter, Ted. 

ZIEGFELD FOLLIES, 



SEE Wolf- 



1939-1940. (R) 

Feydeau, Georges. 

A BUG IN HER EAR. 
Pidell, Oscar H. 

CYRANO DE BERGERAC , 

ROMEO AND JULIET. 
Field, Brad. 

HERE COMES THE SHOWBOAT. 

Fields, Prank Gaskin. 

THE LEGEND OP STACKER LEE. 
SHOW ME A RICH MAN. 

Finch, Robert. 

MURDER IN THE SNOW. (R) 
WESTERN NIGHT. (R) 
Fioravanti, Joseph. 

THE BRIDGE. 
First Congregational Church of 
Berkeley (Calif. ) 
CROSSROAD TO BETHLEHEM. 

Fischer, E. Ivy. 

ONLY HONESTY. 
Fisher, Ann. 

THE LOST DOVE. 
Fisher, Bob. 

THE ONLY BATHTUB IN CASSIS. 
Fisher, lima. 

SMALL TOWN GIRL. 

Fisher, Lawrence Frederick. 

THE DELICATELY WOUNDED. 
Fistoulari, Anna Mahler-. SEE 
Mahler-Fistoulari, Anna. 

Fithian, Douglas B. 

TOUCH-ME-NOT. 
Fitzhugh, Donald L. 

ISVARA . 

Fitzhugh, Laurence. SEE Fitzhugh, 

Donald L. 
Pltzpatrick, John Kenneth. 

FOR THE LOVE OF LAWRENCE. 
Flaherty, Anya. 

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE SCENE. 

Flam, Frederick H. 

PLAY BRIDGE WITH THE EXPERTS. 
Flanagan, Hallle. 

PROLOGUE TO GLORY. (R) 

TRIPLE-A PLOWED UNDER. (R) 
Plaum, Gary. 

BY ANY OTHER NAME. 

Pleischman, Robert. 
RODNEY . 

Fleming, Anthony. 

THE DEVIL TO PAY. (R) 

Fleming, Dorothy Leigh Sayers. 

THE DEVIL TO PAY. (R) 
Fleming, Thomas A. 

JUST ON TIME. 

Floersheimer, Richard. 

WELCOME TO CHECKERBERRY LAND. 
Flotow, Priedrioh von. 

MARTHA . 
Flower, Kelsey. 

VIGNETTES DE MLLS . MISS. 

Flynn, Jean. SEE Reynolds, Jean Plynn. 

Pogel, Julius. 

TOMORROW IS NOW, 



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Fondiller, Robert. 

AUTOMATOWN , 
Forbes, Rupert, 

THE GIFT SHOP, 

Ford, Jesse Hill. 

THE CONVERSION OF BUSTER DRUMWRIGHT. 
Ford, John. 

'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE. 
Ford, Kenneth Randolph. 

ONE DEAD INDIAN. 
Ford, Marlon. 
STARMAM, 



SEE Charles, Nancy Ford. 
SEE Ford, Kenneth 



Ford, Nancy. 
Ford, Randy. 
Randolph. 

Foreman, Richard. 

HARRY IN LOVE. 
Forman, Barry Ian. 

FATHER, SON AND HOLY GHOST. 

Formann, Hans Heinrich. 

BONBONS fBr RIESENKINDER , 

ETAGENVOGEL . 

EIN FLASCHENREICH FUR DIE ERDE, 

MANUEL UND DIE GIRAFFEN. 
Forrestal, Josephine. 

CLARRISA HAYDAY IS A NUT. 

Forrestal (Josephine) Productions, Inc. 
CLARRISA HAYDAY IS A NUT. 

Forster, Thllde. 

THE ARSONIST. 
Forttme, Jan Isbel. 

CYNTHIA PARKER, (R) 
Foster, George. 

WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE THE VffiOLE WORLD 
IS JEWISH, 

Fowler, Jerome. 

THE BARRIER TO THE GATES OF THE LOST 
PARADISE . 
Frachtman, Howard. 

LOVE DOESN'T MAKE THE WORLD GO ROUND. 

Fraker, Tom R. 

DON Q RIDES AGAIN. 
France, Richard. 
AN END IN SIGHT. 

Francis, Paul, pseud. SEE Marslco, 
Joseph Francis. 

Franck, Marcel, pseud. SEE Robin, 

Luc . 
Frankenmuth (Mich.) Civic Events 
Council. 
THE SPIRIT OF FRANKENMUTH. 



Franklin, J. E., 
Jennie E, 



pseud. SEE Slegel, 



Frankovjskl, Jan Joseph Conrad. 
HANDFUL OF SAND. 

Franz, Adele Longmire. 

LONG TIME BETWEEN LOVES. 

Fraser, Helen G. 

THE HOMELESS ORPHAN. 
Fraser, Jessica. 

THE BODENHAM ROMP. 
Eraser, Rita. 

HILDIE, 
Freberg, Stan. 

FREBERG UNDERGROUND. 
Freberg Music Corp. 

FREBERG UNDERGROUND. 
Frechette, Fred L. 

THE MEMBERSHIP CARD. 

French (Samuel) Inc. 

ALONG THE BRIDAL PATH. 
THE BIG BLACK BOX. 
COLUMBINE CUM LAUDE. 
THE CRABAPPLE QUEEN, 
GORY STORY, 
THE INNOCENT ONE. 

THE LAST OF THE PAPIER-MACHE CUPIDS. 
LITTLE MOON. 
French (Samuel) Ltd. 
BISHOP'S MOVE, 

THE BODENHAM ROMP, 

HER INFINITE VARIETY, 
HERE TODAY, 



JUST ANOTHER DAY, 
RHYME AND TREASON. 

Fricke, George Kenneth. 
CONDITIONED RELAXATION. 

Fried, Barbara R. 

SLEEPING BEAUTY. 
Friedlander, Bernard Z. 

TWENTY STEPS WITH LETTER TABS, AN 
AID TO BEGINNING READING. 

Friedman, Edward. 

ALL THE QUEEN'S MEN COULDN'T FIX 
HUMPTY AGAIN, SO THEY ATE HIM. 
BLOOD -PHOTO. 
THE MARRIAGE HEARSE. 

Friedman, Maurice S. 

ELIJAH . 
Friedman, Rita. 

MR. PHONICS, 

Friel, Brian Patrick. 

PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME. 
Friendship Press, Inc. 
NEEDS IN NUTSHELLS. 
STRANGERS OUTSIDE THE FEAST. 
TWO IN A TRAP. 

FrumkeSj Roy. 

_ JAMES BONE'S HARDEST CASE. 
Fudenna, Margene. 

ONE TO A CUSTOMER. 
Fuller, James, pseud. SEE Sergei, 

Clark F. 
Pulleringer, Georges. 

L' HOMME O.UI CRUT AU CIEL. 
Funck, Gugllelma C. 
LA DAMA BOBA. (R) 
Furse, Chic Lea-Hy. 

THE VINES WERE TWISTED, 



G 



Gainfort, Isabel. 

MAKER OF LAWS. (R) 
Gainfort, John. 

MAKER OF LAWS. (R) 
Galarno, William, 

SQUARING THE CIRCLE. 
Galle, Charles Paul. 
CAMP REAL. 
Gallimard, Editions. 

LE FAVORI. 

HAUTE SURVEILLANCE. 

MOLlfiRE ET LA COMEDIE CLASSIQUE, 

LE ROI LEAR. 

LE TEMPS DES GRANDES ESPERANCES. 

THEATRE . 

LES TROYENNES. 

Galvln, W. Randolph, Jr. 

DANIEL AND THE GOLDEN IMAGE. 
THE IMMACULATE MISCONCEPTION. 
Gannon, Kim. 

ZIEGPELD FOLLIES, 1939-19^0. (R) 

Gara, Ladlslas. 
LE FAVORI, 

Gardner, Gary. 

GETTIN' ON TO EVENIN'. 

Garner, Judith, 

CITIZEN ALMAVIVA. 

Garnett, Constance. 

PORTRAIT OF A MADHOUSE. 



SEE Hoopes, 



Carney, David, pseud. 
William Ellis. 

Garrett, Eleanor. 
SPOTTED CATS. 



Garrett, Mrs. M. H. SEE Garrett, 

Eleanor. 
Gars on, Barbara. 

MACB.IRD. 

Gartley, William. 

FRIDAY NIGHT'S CHILDREN. 
Garvey, James Robert. 

THE FAULT, DEAR BRUTUS. 



Garzone, Tullio. 
QUIET ROOM FOUR. 



Gascar, Pierre. 

THEATRE SOVIfiTIQUE CONTEMPORAIN. 

Gatto, Louis Francis, 
SANTA AND I. 

Gautier, Gabrlelle. SEE Melinand, 
_Gabrlelle Gautier, 
Gavel, Eugene, 

DANS LA MARINE, (R) 
Gavel, Georgette. 

DANS LA MARINE. (R) 

Gay, John. 

THE BEGGAR'S OPERA AND COMPANION 

PIECES. 
THE PIRATE'S OPERA. 

Gaye, Tony, pseud. SEE Zungolo, Anthon; 
Gaylor, Alan L. 
DOWNBEAT . 

Gehrecke, Frank. 

THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE, 

Gelger, Milton. 

THIS IS IT. 
Gelsz, Franz Wolf, Jr. 

REAL JUSTICE. 
Gelsz, Franz Wolf, Sr. 

REAL JUSTICE, 
Gelsz, Marie W., Sr. 

REAL JUSTICE. 
Geltman, Edward. 

THE RELUCTANT ADMIRALS, 

General Motors Corp, Chevrolet Motor 
Division. 

CHEVROLET AIR CONDITIONING, PROCESS- 
ING AND TESTING. 

CHEVROLET TRUCK MARKETS AND MODELS. 

FULL RANGE OWNER RELATIONS. 

GETTING EVEN WITH STEVEN. 

GOLDMTTTS, THE MAN WITH A HAND IN 
YOUR POCKET. 

LETTER FROM A RICH UNCLE. 

NEW DIMENSIONS IN TRUCKING. 

1966 CHEVELLE FRONT END SHEET METAL 
ASSEMBLE. 

1966 PASSENGER CAR AUTOMATIC 
TEMPERATURE CONTROL AIR 
CONDITIONING SYSTEM. 

1966 PASSENGER CAR EXHAUST SYSTEM 
INSTALLATION. 

1966 PASSENGER CAR GLOVE BOX DOOR 
INSTALLATION. 

1966 PASSENGER CAR PRINTED CIRCUIT. 

1966 PASSENGER CAR WIRING SYSTEM, 

1966 TRUCK MODEL DESIGNATION SYSTEM. 

THE POWER OF POSITIVE SPENDING. 

TO LEASE OR NOT TO LEASE. 

TRANSMISSION LINKAGE ADJUSTMENT. 

TRUCK MODEL AND POWER TRAIN SELEC- 
TION. 

TRUCKER'S SPECIAL, THE RIGHT POWER. 

General Motors Corp. Oldsmobile 
Division. 

DON'T PUT A CRIMP IN OUR STYLE. 

88 'S OUT FRONT IN OPPORTUNITY. 

THE F-85 AND CUTLASS SERIES, OUT 
FRONT IN BUY APPEAL. 

GREAT WAY TO GO, OUT FRONT. 

HOW SWEET IT IS. 

LOOK TO THE LUXURY LEADER NINETY- 
EIGHTS , 

MERCHANDISE OUR SERVICE. 

PHONE CALL TO JOE, 

STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT USED CAR 
SELLING, 

A TALE OP THE THREE CEES, 

TORONADO, OUT FRONT THE WORLD OVER, 

WHAT MADE BENNETT BUY, 

General Motors Corp, Pontiac Motor 
Division. 
THE ACCENT'S ON YOUTH. 
ANATOMY OF THE RIDE. 
ENGINEERING REPORT, I966. 
FOLLOW THAT MAN. 
GET 'EM ON THE DOTTED Lllffi. 
RIGHT THE FIRST Tirffi. 
TALE OF A TIGER. 
VffiLCOME TO WIDE- TRACK TOWN. 
TOLCOME TO WIDE-TRACK TOWN, PART II. 



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Jan.-June 



Genet, Jean. 

L'ATELIER D 'ALBERTO GIACOMETTI. 

LE BALCON. 

LES BONNES. 

HAUTE SURVEILLANCE, 

LES NEGRES. 

LES PARAVENTS, 

Genisus Productions, Inc. 
HAIL, SVENGALI. 

Genovese, Gen. 
HAIL, SVENGALI. 
Genram Music Pub. Co. 
SUFERBAT. 

Genuard, John P. 

A CHRISTMAS OP FOND REMEMBERAWCE . 
Georghiades, Mrs. A. 
WIDE WORLD. 

Gephart, Besse Patterson. 
LADIES IN MOONLIGHT. (R1 

Gephart, W. F. 

LADIES IN MOONLIGHT. (R) 

Geraldi, Joseph. 
GREEN HOUSE. 

Geraldy, Paul. 

DUO. (R) 
Gerould, Daniel C. 

THE MADMAN AND THE NUN. 

Ghedini, Giorgio Federico. 
RE HASSAN. (R) 

Ghelderode, Michel de . 

THREE MODERN FRENCH PLAYS OF THE 
IMAGINATION. 

Gheon, Henri. 

LA QUETE HEROIQUE DU GRAAL. (R) 
Ghisalberti, Mario. 

LA DAMA BOBA. (R) 
Giacometti, Alberto. 

LE BALCON. 
Gibbons, Christopher. 

CUPID AND DEATH. 

Gibson, Merle Keith. 

ALL-EE ALL-EE OUT'S IN FREE. 
GOLDEN KEYS OPEN RUSTY GATES. 



Giraudoux, Mme . Jean. 
Suzanne Boland. 



SEE Giraudoux, 



Gijsen, Marnix, pseud. 
Albert. 



SEE Goris, Jan 



Gilbert, Edith W. 

SCOTCH ON THE ROCKS. 
Gilbert, Edwin. 

ZIEGFELD FOLLIES, 1939-19^(0. 



(R) 



Gilbert, Guy, pseud. SEE Genovese, Gen. 

Gilbert, Jack. SEE Gilbert, V. C. 
Gilbert, Mary M. 
GEHOO HODE KOTEL. 

Gilbert, Ruth. 

JUST A SLIGHT SEXUAL PROBLEM. 

Gilbert, V. C. 

GEHOO HODE KOTEL. 

Gilbert, Sir William Schvjenck. 
THE MIKADO. (R) 

Gilchrist, Joelyn Scott. 
THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE. 

Gilchrist, Virginia, pseud. SEE 
Deokelman, VirRinia Gilchrist. 

Gillen, Leon. 

THE ROSE MAN. 
Gilroy, Frank D. 

ONCE THE SUMMER'S OVER. 

Ginn & Co. Blaisdell Pub. Co. SEE 
Blaisdell Pub. Co. 

Ginsberg, Milton. 
LADY WITH A PINK. 

Ginsbury, Norman. 

GHOSTS. (R) 
Ginty, Elizabeth B. 

MISSOURI LEGEND. (R) 
Giraudoux, Jean. 

LE CANTIQUE DES CANTIQUES. (R) 

L' IMPROMPTU. (R) 



Giraudoux, Jean Pierre. 

LE CANTIQUE DES CANTIQUES. 
Giraudoux, Suzanne Boland. 

LE CANTIQUE DES CANTIQUES, 

L' IMPROMPTU. (R) 
Giusti, Arndt. 

TIME IN YOUR FLIGHT. 
Gladstone, Shaul. 

INDIAN PILE. 

Glass, Joanna M. 

OVER THE MOUNTAIN. 

Glaze, Andrew. 

THE WIMMIDGE GROUP. 
Gleave, Margaret. 

AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK III: 
ABOUT EARLY MODERN TIMES. 
AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK IV: 
ABOUT MODERN TIMES. 
Gloeken Verlag, Ltd. 

THE COUNT OP LUXEMBOURG. 



(R) 

(R) 



PLAYS 



PLAYS 



Goellner, A. 
DOORS AJAR. 



THE PILL. 



Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 

GOTZ VON BERLICHINGEN. 
Goetz, Austin. 

RIDE 'EM COWBOY. (R) 

Goff, Beth T. 

THE SECRET OF LAVISHBUCK HALL. 

Goff, Martin James. 

THE BEHEMOUTH AND THE CROOK. 

Gogol, N. W. 

DIE HEIRAT. (R) 

Gogol, Nikolai Vasilievich . 

THE INSPECTOR GENERAL. 
Goheen, Eugene Harvey. 

DREAMS END. 

DUST TO DIAMOND. 

Goland, Arnold. 

THE LEGEND OF ST. NIKOLAUS. 
Gold, Ronald Evan. 

LOVE ME SEA GULL. 

Golding, Ben A. 

A GAME OF SOLITAIRE. 

Golding, Max. 

THE THING CALLED ---. 

Goldman, Donald. 

COME SING A LOVE SONG. 
Goldman, Leo. 
BORDER WORLD, 
MACMASTER. 
Goldman, Martin. 

WHEN SUNDAY COMES. 
Goldman, William. 

THE SUNDANCE KID AND BUTCH CASSIDY. 

Goldsmith, Clifford. 

THE ALDRICH FAMILY. (R) 
THE EARLY LIFE OF HENRY ALDRICH. (R) 
THE LIFE OP HENRY ALDRICH. (R) 
MORE OF THE LIFE OF HENRY 
ALDRICH. (R) 

PLEASED TO MEET YOU. (R) 
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. 

Goldstein, Dan Alan. 

PORTRAIT OF A MADHOUSE. 

Goldwyn, Jennifer Howard. 

SUMMER NIGHT. (R) 
Gonczo, Dolores C. 

THE FEMALE ANIMAL. 

Gonzalez Aller, Faustino. SEE 
Aller, Faustino Gonzalez. 

Goodhart, William. 

GENERATION. 
Goodman, Paul. 

THE YOUNG DISCIPLE, FAUSTINA, JONAH: 
THREE PLAYS. 

Goodwin, William R. 

THE PICTURE ON THE WALL. 



Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 

HOW TO LOWER OVER- ALL TRUCK TIRE 

COSTS 
A TIME 'to move. 
THE TIRE OP THE 70 'S. 

Gopnik, Irwin. 

PHAEDRA AND HIPPOLYTUS, MYTH AND 
DRAMATIC FORM. 

Gordon, Bernard. 
KRAKATOA . 
Gordon, David. 

NEW LADY IN THE STATE HOUSE. 

Gordon, Donald S. 

I WONDER WHAT THE GIRAFFE THINKS OF 
ME NOW. 
Gordon, Hal. 

DIOGENES AND THE WINTER OF TRUTH. 

Gordon, Naomi. 

THE AL CAREY STORY. 

Gordon, Maxwell. 

HOW TO MINIMIZE YOUR FIRE LOSS. 

Gore, Christopher. 

POOR NELLY SHAN'T STARVE. 

Gorg, Alan. 

GHOST TOWN, U. S. A. 

Goris, Jan Albert. 

TWO BELGIAN PLAYS, ABOUT LOVE. 
Gorki, Massimo. 

L'ALBERGO DEI POVERI. 

Gosswiller, Richard. 
THE POTATO FACTORY. 

Gostanian, Victoria Elmasian. 
WAY OF THE LIGHT. 

Goudeket, Gabrielle. 
DUO. (R) 

Goudeket, Maurice. 
DUO. (R) 

Gould, Elizabeth Sue. 
I TOLD YOU SO. 

Grace, Edith Jane. 
JANE AND THE COBRA. 

Grace, Vera L. 

UNEQUALLY YOKED. 
Grael, Barry Alan. 

THE STREETS OP NEW YORK. 

Graeme, David Robert. 

CATHERINE THE GREAT. 
Graham, Joe . 

HELLWIND . 
Grahame, Kenneth. 

THE WIND AND THE WILLOWS. 



>randstaff, R. L. 
Grandstaff . 



SEE Rasbury, Ruth L. 



Grant-Schaefer, G. A. 

CINDERELLA'S SLIPPER. (R) 

PEEP SHOW PARK. (R) 

RIP VAN WINKLE. (R) 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS. 

WHITE GYPSY. (R) 

Grantham, Wilfrid. 

ITALIAN WOMAN. fR) 
Grape r, Lloyd. 

WE'RE NOT HORSING AROUND. 

Grass, Gunter. 

AN ALBUM OF GUNTER GRASS. 

Grasset (Bernard) Editions. 
PIECES CYNIQUES. 



(R) 



Graveley, George, pseud. 
George Graveley. 



SEE Edwards, 



Greatrakes, Duffy, pseud. SEE 
Garner, Judith. 

Gredy, Jean Pierre. 
CACTUS FLOWER. 
FLEUR DE CACTUS. 

Green, Adolph. 

FADE OUT, FADE IN. 

Green, Carol L. 

THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL. 



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1966 



NAME INDEX 



75 



Green, Evelyn C. 

GUIGNOL ET SES AMIS. 
Green, Joyce M. Conyngham. 

LEAD A HORSE. (R) 

Green, Paul. 

CAFE FRISCO. 
Green, William. 

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. 

Greenberg, Melvin. 

BASES LOADED BASEBALL ON THE AIR, 
SCRIPT 1-4. 
Greene, Charles. 

GOODY. 



SEE Tanney, 



Greene, Opal, pseud. 
Catherine. 

Greene, Robert. 
TWO JOLLY FRIARS. 
Greene, Will. 

LOVE, DEATH AND MONEY. 
Gregor, Joseph. 

DAPHNE. (R) 

DAPHNE, OP. 82. (R) 

PRIEDENSTAG. (R) 

JOUR DE PADC. (R) 

JOUR DE PAIX, 0P.81. (R) 

PEACE DAY. (R) 

Gregorian Institute of America, Inc. 

LECTURE ON VERNA CANTO. 
Gremillion, Joseph. 

THE CALLENGE OF THE WORLD TODAY 
AFTER THE COUNCIL. 
Gress, Elsa. 

MEDEA. 
Griffin, Anne Frierson. 

MICHAL. 
Griffin, G. Edward. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 

KATANGA - A CASE HISTORY. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
UMITED NATIONS. 
Griffin, Susan. 

THE EVERLASTING REICH. 
Griffith, Ralph ¥. 

THE PROSPECTS OF A PROSPECTOR. 

Grimm, Jacob Ludwig Carl. 

SNOW WHITE. 
Grimm, Jakob Ludwig Karl. 

THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE. 

Grimm, Wilhelm Carl, 

SNOW WHITE. 
Grimm, Wilhelm Karl. 

THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE. 

Grondin, Anne Franc ine Myey. 
LES DEMOISELLES DU LARGE. (R) 

Grondin, Mme. Francois. SEE Grondin, 
Anne Francine Myey. 

Grosbard, Ulu I. 

THE INVESTIGATION. 
Gross, Alexander. 
THE FALLING STAR. 

Grosz, Joseph. 

THE TRAGEDY OF MAN. 
Ground, Robert. 

THE LOVE LETTERS OF SMITH. 

Grover, L. Chace. 

THE DOLIAR PLAN, A SALES INCEI\mVE. 
THE E. S. P. CONTEST PLAN. 

Groverland, Jack, pseud. SEE Arnebold, 
William Deitrich. 

Gray, Mayo. 

FLIGHT OF THE SEA GULL. 

Gray, Richard T. M. 

FLIGHT OF THE SEA GULL. 

Gray, Robert F. 

LEE-PC S PAPER DRAGON. 
Gray, Patricia. 

MCGILLICUDDY MCGOTHAM. 
Grayson, Philip. 

AND THEY LAUGHED MERRILY EVER AFTER. 
Gruber, George Bernstein. 

LE CAP DES TEMPETES. (Rl 

CAVALIER SEUL. (R) 



Grudeff, Marian. 
BAKER STREET. 

GrUnwald, Alfred. 

DIE IDEALE GATTIN. (R) 

GrUnwald, Mlna. 

DIE IDEALE GATTIN. (R) 
Guarnieri, John. 

WHAT A PERFECT BUSINESS. 
Guerdan, Elizabeth M. 

THE DREAM. 

MONSIEUR POUPEE. 

TEN MINUTES PAST SIX. 
Guerrierl, Gerardo. 

VU DU PONT. 

Guertin, Anthony. 

THE CHORAL- BOOK FOR SPEECH, 
CINCINMATUS. 

GIDEON'S BATTLE. 

OLD WITCH LERGS. 

UP THE HILL WITH JACK AND JILL. 
Guild Publications of California, Inc. 

THE PIRATE'S OPERA. 

Guiles, Fred Lawrence. 

WHEN THE SAINTS HAVE FALLEN. 

Guinson, Gustave. 

MA FEMME EST TIMBREE. (R^ 
Guitry, Lana Marconi. 

UN MONDE FOU. (R) 
Guitry, Sacha. 

UN MONDE FOU. (R) 

Guitry, Mme. Sacha. SEE Guitry, Lana 
Marconi. 

Gunn, Elwyn. 

NO GREATER LOVE. 

Gunn, James Masson. 

SONATA FOR SMALL ORCHESTRA. 

Gurney, Albert R., Jr. 

FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS. 
Gutheim, Karlheinz, 

FRA DIAVOLO. 

DER KONIG HAT'S GESAGT.' 
Guthrie, Tyrone, 

GHOSTS. (R) 

Gutierrez, Jose. 

THE THERAPSIDS, 
Guy, Shirley Anne. 

WIGHT OF THE SPLINTERED DREAMS. 

Guzman, Michael de. SEE De Guzman, 
Michael. 



H 



Hacsi, Jacqueline H. 

THE CRISIS. 
Hadas, Moses. 

GREEK DRAMA. 

Haefner, Richard E. 
THEY'RE WILD. 

Haguet, Andre. 

INTERDIT AUX MESSIEURS. 
Haimsohn, George. 

DAMES AT SEA. 
Halaban, Eytan. 

THE FATHERS HAVE EATEN A SOUR 
GRAPE, AND THE CHILDREN'S TEETH ARE 
SET ON EDGE. 

Hale, Allean Lemmon. 
TWO IN A TRAP. 

Halet, Pierre. 
LA PROVOCATION. 

Hal6vy, Ludovlc. 

DIE SEUFZERBROCKE . 

Hall, J. Lincoln. 

FRIENDLY FOREST. (R) 

Halloran, Marguerite A. 

MOST PRECIOUS BEAUTY. 
Halsema, Elda. 

KITH AND KIN. 



Halter, E., pseud. 
Halter-Zalud, E. 

THE TWO SISTERS. 
Ham, Elmer R. 

FROM MEXICO WITH LOVE. 



SEE Halter-Zalud, E. 



Hamburger, Jay. 

THE LITTLE NAPOLEONS. 

Hamilton, D. Richard, pseud. SEE 

Hamilton, John M. 
SVffiET SAVANNAH. 

Hamilton, Marie. SEE Russell, Marie 
Hamilton . 

Hamilton, Patrick. 
GASLIGHT. (R) 

Hamilton, Ursula Winifred. 
GASLIGHT. (R) 

Hampton, Orville H. 
MAN IN THE MIDDLE. 

Handls, Julie Charles. 

GEORGE. 
Handy (Jam) Organization, Inc. 

THE ACCENT'S ON YOUTH. 

ANATOMY OF THE RIDE. 

CHARGE IT, PLEASE. 

CHEVROLET AIR COInIDITIONING, PROCESS- 
ING AND TESTING. 

CHEVROLET TRUCK MARKETS AND MODELS. 

COURTESY OF KAY. 

DON'T PUT A CRIMP IN OUR STYLE. 

SB'S OUT FRONT IN OPPORTUNITY. 

ENGINEERING REPORT, 1966. 

THE P-85 AND CUTLASS SERIES, OUT 
FRONT IN BUY APPEAL. 

FOLLOW THAT MAN. 

THE FROZEN FOODS MERCHANDISER. 

FULL RANGE OWNER RELATIONS. 

GET 'EM ON THE DOTTED LINE. 

GET HOT, SELL THE FREEZER MARKET. 

GETTING EVEN WITH STEVEN. 

GOLDMITTS, THE MAN WITH A HAND IN 
YOUR POCKET. 

GREAT WAY TO GO, OUT FRONT. 

HERE'S WHY. 

HOW SWEET IT IS. 

LETTER FROM A RICH UNCLE. 

LIVESTOCK WORTH THEIR SALT, ARE 
WORTH MORTON MINERALS. 

LOOK TO THE LUXURY LEADER NINETY- 
EIGHTS . 

MERCHANDISE OUR SERVICE. 

MODERN BUILDINGS FOR MODERN INDUS- 
TRY. 

NEW DIMENSIONS IN TRUCKING. 

1966 CHEVELLE FRONT END SHEET METAL 
ASSEMBLE. 

1966 PASSENGER CAR AUTOMATIC 
TEMPERATURE CONTROL AIR 
CONDITIONING SYSTEM. 

1966 PASSENGER CAR EXHAUST SYSTEM 
INSTALLATION , 

1966 PASSENGER CAR GLOVE BOX DOOR 
INSTALLATION. 

1966 PASSENGER CAR PRINTED CIRCUIT. 

1966 PASSENGER CAR WIRING SYSTEM. 

1966 TRUCK MODEL DESIGNATION SYSTEM. 

PHONE CALL TO JOE. 

PLAYING IT COOL. 

THE POWER OF POSITIVE SPENDING. 

RIGHT FROM THE START. 

RIGHT THE FIRST TIME. 

SCARLETT AND PIERRE, THE PEOPLE 
WATCHERS . 

SELL MORE WITH ADMIRAL. 

SELLING SECRETS OF SEVEN STAR 
STEREO SALESMEN. 

SOUND ISOLATION, A QUIET REVOLUTION. 

SPOTLIGHT ON EMPLOYEE BENEFITS. 

STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT USED CAR SELL- 
ING. 

TALE OF A TIGER. 

A TALE OF THE THREE GEES. 

THERE IS A DIFFERENCE. 

THERE MUST BE A BETTER WAY. 

TO LEASE OR NOT TO LEASE'. 

TORONADO, OUT FRONT THE WORLD OVER. 

TRANSMISSION LINKAGE ADJUSTr«IENr . 

A TRIUMPH IN SPACE. 

TRUCK MODEL AND POWER TRAIN SELEC- 
TION. 

TRUCK TERMINALS. 

TRUCKER'S SPECIAL, THE RIGHT POV/ER. 

VJELCOME TO WIDE- TRACK TOWN. 

VJHAT MADE BENNETT BUY. 

YOU TELL 'EM BETTY 

YOU'VE GOT YOURSELF A WINNER. 

Handy (Jam) Picture Service. 
BUILDING FOR TOMORROVf. (R) 
IT'S IN THE BAG. (r) 
SHANTY TOVm. (R) 



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Jan.-June 



Hanel, Helene S. 

I LIVED WITH A DEVIL FOR A YEAR. 

Hanks, Leonore D. 

IS PRAYER OBSOLETE. 
Hannah, Link. 

WRITERS' CRAMP. (R) 

Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. 

SCENARIO OP BALLAD OP A SOLDIER. 

Harding, Helen E. 

JULIUS CAESAR. 
Harding, John W. 

THE LATE MARTY WASHINGTON WHO MIGHT 
AS WELL BE DEAD. 

Hargrove, K. Pa.vld . 

TO LOVE AGAIN. 
Haring, Bernard. 

MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY. 

THE UNIVERSAL CALL TO HOLINESS. 

Harnett, Stephen W. 

WHEN THE PHANTOM LAUGHED. 

Harnick, Sheldon. 
TRAFALGAR . 

Harris, Bernard. 
CUPID AND DEATH. 

Harris, Dana V., pseud. SEE Brazeal , 

Doris R. 
Harris, Elmer. 

THE INNER SILENCE. (R) 

Harris, Louis. 
PH. D. 

Harris, Paul E. 

THE LEGEND OF STACKER LEE. 
Harris, Sadie. 

A FAULT BELONGS TO SOMEONE ELSE. 

Harris, Susan Laurie. 
A CRAZY BUSINESS. 

Harris, Tony. 

PIETRO, THE PRINCE OF PATIENCE. 
SOMETIMES IN THE DARKEST HOUR. 
Harrison, Dale. 

TIME AND ETERNITY. 

Harrison, E. Bruce, Jr. 

BEHIND THE PAPER FACES. 
Hart, Catherine Carlisle. 

THE AMERICAN WAY. (R) 
Hart, Moss. 

THE AMERICAN WAY. (R) 
THE FABULOUS INVALID. (R) 

Hart, Rhoda. 

LITTLE BLACK DANIEL. 

RECORDING NINE. 
Hart, William E. 

THE PLAYBOY OP THE WESTERN WORLD AND 
RIDERS TO THE SEA. 

Harta, Vincent. 
RIDE A BIG HORSE. 



Hasselrooth, Glenn. 

I HATE YOU, TOO, DARLING. 

Hassen, Art. 

POWER IS DEATH. 



SEE Harty, 



Harta, Vincent, pseud. 
Vincent A. 

Hartl, Albert. 

DER ABTRUNNIGE. 
Hartman, Michael John. 

SCHOOL FOR FOOLS. 
Hartung, Robert. 

INHERIT THE WIND. 

Hartwig, Greta, pseud. 
Margarethe H. 

Harty, Vincent A. 

THOSE DAYS GONE BY. 



Harty, Vincent Astor, pseud. 
Harta, Vincent. 



SEE Manschinger, 



See 



Hartyl, Macklym, pseud. 

Thomas E. H. 
Harvard, Richard, pseud. 

Stiltz, Lewis. 

Hassan, Christopher. 

CHRIST'S COMET. (R) 
Hassan, Evelyn Helena. 

CHRIST'S COMET. (R) 



SEE Black, 
SEE 



SEE Hatch, 



Hatch, Mrs. George B. 
Margaret L. D. 

Hatch, Margaret L. D. 
THE LONGEST STRIDE. 

Haubold, Cleve. 

THE BIG BLACK BOX. 

THE LAST OP THE PAPIER-MACHE CUPIDS. 

THE THIRD GRAVEDIGGER. 

Hauff, Isle. 
POLIFEM. (Rl 

Hauge, P. M. 

EGGHEART THE DISALLUSIONED DEMOCRAT. 

Hausenfluck, Grady. 

SLEEPY HOLLOW, ILLINOIS. 

Hauser, Lucille. 

LUCK FOR SALE. 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 

THE BIRTHMARK. 

DAVID SWAN. 

LOVE, DEATH AND MONEY. 

Hay, Ian, pseud. SEE Beith, John Hay. 

Hay, John. 

THE ENCHANTED SHIRT. 
Hayes, Hubert H. 

FOXFIRE. 

THUNDERLAND. 
Hayes, Leona T. 

FOXFIRE. 

THUNDERLAND. 

Hayes, Thomas M. 

THE MIKADO. (R) 
Head, Albert F. 

TOO SOON. 

Healy, John. See Edgar, Frank. 

Heard, Joseph G. 

A BOW OF PROMISE. 
Heath, Franklin. 
THE UNICORN HORN. 
Heffner, Avrara. 
NOAH II. 

Heider, Albert. 

DIE SANFTE TIGERIN. 

Heilsberg, Gary J. 
STEP DOWN TO GLORY. 

Heineman (James H.) Inc. 

TWO BELGIAN PLAYS, ABOUT LOVE. 

Heinz, Ethel Hogan. 

CARMEN WAS A BLOND. 
Heinzelmann, Josef. 

DIE SEUFZERBROCKE. 

Held, John, Jr. 

LOVE MARCHES ON. (R) 

Held, Margaret. 

LOVE MARCHES ON. (R) 

Hellberg, Traute. 
AKTION BUSSARD. 

Heller, John. 

EVERYWHERE A KISS KISS. 

Heltraan, Edgar M. 
QUEEN OF DIAMONDS. 

Henderson, William McCrainor. 
THE LOVE NEST. 

Hendry, Marjorie Ann Nelson. 

MARY, MARY QUITE CONTRARY. 
Hennepin County (Minn.) Bar Assn. 

IT'S A MATTER OF LAW. 

Henriquez, Jose M. 
HUELGA DE CIGUENAS 
PESQUEN A ESE HOMBRE. 



Henry, 0., pseud. 
Sydney. 



SEE Porter, William 



Herman, Jerry. 
HELLO, DOLLY. 

Hersey, John. 

THE CHILD BUYER. 

Hershey, John, pseud. SEE Reach, 

James . 
Hertz, Louis H. 

FINDING RELICS IN THE OLD IVES 
FACTORY. 

Hervllliez, Gabriel d'. 

LE MOUVEMENT JUDICIAIRE. (R) 

Hess, Frederic 0. 

MAN AND FIRE, PARTNERS IN PROGRESS. 

Hess, John D. 

A PERFECT FRENZY. 

Hess, Roy J. 

MISSOURI, WINT, SOUTH. 
Hettleraan, Bertha. 

THE FIFTH HORSEMAN. 

Heyer, William R. 

DIESEL DAZZLE. 
Hickerson, W. Thaddlus. 

THE WOMAN OF SAMARIA. 

Hickok, Floyd. 

THE PROM AND ED. 

Hicks, Donald G. 

THE MOLECULE. 
Higglns, Dorothy E. 

NELLIE MY LOVE. 

Higgins , Ge orge . 

CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH IN THE 
MODERN WORLD SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC 
LIFE. 
Hlghtower, Esther. 

THE GIRL FROM A.U.N.T. 

Hilbert, John. 
PISTOL FEVER. 

Hill, Darwin, pseud. SEE Wise, Keith W, 

Hill, Jim. 

BURTON, BARTON, AND NIGHTMARE, INC. 
Hillier, William W. 
SCHLUMP. 

Hilt, Thomas M. , pseud. SEE Murphy, 

Thomas F. 
Hilton, Bruce. 

NEEDS IN NUTSHELLS. 
Hilton, James. 

GOODBYE, MR. CHIPS. (R) 

Hinckley, Frederick B., Jr. 

MARJEAN: MAR JEAN. 
Hinden, Ben. 

THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS. 

Hinman, Charlton. 

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART I, 

RICHARD THE SECOND, 1597. 
Hires Co. 

HIGH TIME FOR HIRES. 

Hirschfeld, Mary. 
THREE LEAF CLOVER. 

Hirtzel, Robert L. 

STRING INSTRUMENT MUSCULAR COORDINA- 
TION TEST. 

Hodder, A. 
ANNE. 

Hodge, Catherine M. 
THE ISLAND. (R) 
STORY OF AN AFRICAN FARM. fR) 

Hodge, Horace Emerton. 
THE ISLAND. (R) 
WIND AND THE RAIN. (Rl 

Hodge, Merton. 

STORY OF AN AFRICAN FARM. (R) 

Hodge, Merton, pseud. 
Horace Emerton. 



1598. 



SEE Hodge, 



Herczeg, Ferenc . 

THE FALL OF THE CITY. 



Hdlderlin, Priedrlch. 
OEDIPUS DER TYRANW. 



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77 



pseud. SEE Uy tterhoeven. 



SEE Christensen, 



Hoeven, Sylvia, 
Maria Sylvia. 

Hoffer, Donna Louise. 

POGO THE PUDDLE JUMPER. 

Hoffman, Guy. SEE Hoffman, William. 

Hoffman, Philip. 

COMIC MONOLOGUES AND SKETCHES, 
VOLUME 1. 
Hoffman (Raymond A.) Co., Inc. 
CINDERELLA'S SLIPPER. (R) 
PEEP SHOW PARK. (R) 
RIP VAN WINKLE. (R) 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS. (R) 
WHITE GYPSY. (R) 
Hoffman, William. 
SOMEONE SOMEWHERE. 

Hofsommer, Thomas G. 
ESCAPE. 

Hofsommer J Thomas Gerald. 
THE RACER, 

Hogan, Anna B. 

AUNT SUSIE'S ANSWERING SERVICE. 
Hogan, Robert . 

THE IRON CROSS. 

SAINT JANE. 

Hohn, George K. 
HOBBYHORSE. 

Holgae, Kris, pseud. 
Holger L. 

Holland, Norman. 
FRIAR MATTHEW. 

Holland, Park, III. 
THE CLOCK. 

Holland, Raymond A. 

THE DREAM PAINTER. 
Holllngsv-;orth, James Richard, 

SUCCESS THROUGH FAITH. 

SUCCESS THROUGH TAKING AIM. 

Hollywood Hits . 
BUBBLE TROUBLE. 
SKY HIGH. 

Holt, Marion P. 

LA VENDA EN LOS OJOS. 
Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc. 

GUIGNOL ET SES AMIS. 
Homberger, Conrad P. 

BIN ABEND IN DEN MUWCHNER 
KAMMERSPIELEN . 

Homer, Frances. SEE Roos, Frances 
Homer. 

Hond, Stephen de . 

LE MOUVEMENT JUDICIAIRE. (R) 

Honig, Donald. 

THE MIDNIGHT RIDE OF ALVIN BLUM. 

Honig, Edwin. 

CALISTO AND MELIBEA. 
Hooper, Katrine Amory. 

DAWCE PAGEANTRY IN HISTORY AND 
LEGEND. 

Hoopes, William Ellis. 
THE ANTAGONIST. 

Hordern, Richard Paul. 
I SHALL BE FREE. 

Horine, Charles. 

A VIRGIN AT NICK'S. 

Home, Kenneth. 
YES AJMD NO. (R) 

Hornstein, Caryn. 

OUT BACK IN THE CHICKEN- COOP. 
Hornstein, Toian. 

THE TUB'.' 
Horton, Joel. 
THE DAUGHTER. 

Horwltz, Donald. 

LADY WITH A PINK. 
Hosansky, Mel. 

THE MAGICIAN. 
Hosey, Athena. 

DIOGENES AND THE WINTER OF TRUTH. 



Hosner, Grace. 

FRIENDLY FOREST. (R) 

Houghton, Norris. 

ROMEO AND JULIET. 
Houser, Dorie. 

STARMAN. 
Houtart , Francois. 

THE CHURCH IN THE WORLD TODAY: SUG- 
GESTIONS FOR FUTURE DOCTRINAL 
DEVELOPMENT . 
Howard, Clyde. 

TALES OP THE TOTEM. 
Howard, David Belasco. 

DEAR ABIGAIL. (R) 

Howard, Francis Morton. 
HAPPY ENDING. (R) 
VISITOR FOR CHRISTMAS. (R) 

Howard, Henry Oiva. 
THAT PIECE OF PAPER. 

Howard, Margaret Damrosch. 

SUMMER NIGHT. (R) 
Howard, Sidney. 

SUMMER NIGHT. (R) 

Howard, Walter Damrosch. 
SUMMER NIGHT. (B.) 

Howarth, Donald. 
ALL GOOD CHILDREN. 

Howell, Beatrice Howell. 

STEEL SAILING SHIPS AND CONFIDENCE 
MEN. 
HUebner, Use. 

THE SILENT PROCESSION. 

Hueter, Mary. 

FRIDAY NIGHT'S CHILDREN. 
Huff, Rolf E. 

FACTORS AFFECTING THE ISOLATION AND 
ACTION OF A MITOGENIC AGE^^', THE 
SECOND FACTOR. 
Huganir, William L. 
THE GIFT. 
ONE MAN ONE. 

Hughes, Grace C. 

INEVITABLE NIGHT. 
Hughes, Ralph, pseud. 

Hughes. 

Hume, Edward C. 

THE BIG BRASS BED. 

Hunt, Rand. 

THIS WOMAN BUSINESS, 

Hunter, Paul Robinson, Jr. 
DINO AND DAD- BABE, 
TOMORROW IS TOO LATE, 

Hursley, Doris. 

LORD BYRON. 
Hursley, Frank. 

LORD BYRON. 
Hurwit, Lawrence. 

MY SON, THE MOTHER. 

Hutchinson, Ross. 

MY DARLING VIOLETTA. 
Hutner, Herbert H. 

HOW TO GET SO DISORGANIZED, YOU CAN 
NEVER GET ORGANIZED AGAIN. 
Hutner, Herbert Hart. 

MAD, MAD, MAD AND MADDER. 

Hutterli, Friedrich. 

THE MONSTER. 
Hyde, John J. 

DO UNTO OTHERS. 



SEE Works, Ralph 



I 



lannini, Charles A. 

TWO MEDALLIONS. 
Ibsen, Henrik. 

A DOLL'S HOUSE, GHOSTS, AN ENEMY OF 

THE PEOPLE, ROSMERSHOLM. 
GHOSTS , 
GHOSTS. IR) 
Idlet, Charles R. 
MCNAMARA'S BAND, 



Ikor, Roger. 

ET LA CENDRE REDEVINT FEU. 
ULYSSES IN PORT. 
Ilf, Ilya. 

SHOW ME A RICH MAN. 

Illyes, Gyula. 

LE FAVOR I. 
Infolens, Inc. 

MECHANICS OF CORNEAL CONTACT LENSES, 
Inge, Andrew. 

SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS. 

Inge, Clinton 0. 

THE COAT OF MANY COLORS. 

Ingerman, Peter Zilahy, 

OUR ULTIMATE METALANGUAGE, 

International Harvester Co. 
DIESEL INTRODUCTION. 

International Heater Co, 

1966 ADVERTISING AND SALES PROMOTION- 
AL HELP FOR INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBU- 
TORS AND DEALERS. 
International Teaching Tapes, Inc. 
BASIC READING SKILLS INDOCTRINATION 
SERIES. 

lonesco, Eugene. 

THEATRE, IV. 

THREE MODERN FRENCH PLAYS OF THE 
IMAGINATION. 
Irion, Mary Jean. 

NEEDS IN NUTSHELLS. 

Irvin, Ward M. 

SUNSHINE. 
Isaacs, Elcanon. 

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE REALTY 
PRINCIPLE. 

Itallie, Jean Claude van. 
WHERE IS DE QUEEN. 



J 



J. P. Productions, Ltd. 
SO YOU WANT TO BE. 

Jackman, Robert K. 

TEN FLIGHTS TO CLOVER. 
Jackson, Allen Myles. 

JOB'S OTHER WIFE. 
Jackson, Leonard J. 

MY REVENGE. 

Jacobs, Abraham F. 

THE MURDER OF EDDIE RAYMOND. (R) 

Jacobs, Ivan. 
WHO, ME. 

Jacobs, Robert A. 
SERVETUS . 

Jacobson, David M. 

ALTGELD. 
Jacobson, Lee E. 

THE CROCODILE. 

THE PLEASURE PARTY. 

Jahn, Daniel. 

HANDS OFF! DON'T TOUCH, 

Jam Handy Organization, Ins, SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, Ino, 

James, Henry. 
THE AMERICAN. 

James, Robert, pseud. 

James Robert, 
Janes, Daryl Brent. 

UN, DEUX, TROIS, 
Janet Marie, Sister. 

WHO SIT IN DARKNESS, 
Jannopoulo, D, C. 

PROPHETS OF FAILURE. 
Jarratt, Florence B. 

PETER RABBIT, 

Jarry, Alfred. 
SIZING UP. 

Jasper, Jay, 
NIJINSKY. 

Jasspe, Arthur. 

SEVEN DAYS HATH DECEIffiER. 



SEE Garvey, 



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Jeanesj Harriette Swope. 
THE LIGHT OF PEACE. 

Jefferson, Emily. 

THE MAGIC SHOES OF BALLIDOR. 
Jenkins, Paul. 

STRIKE THE PUMA. 

Jenkins, Theodore Malcolm. 
THE ROSE NEVER FORGETS. 
THE WIZARD OP ODDS. 

Jenne, Myrl. 

PINKY THE PINK POODLE PUPPET. 

Jessel, Raymond. 
BAKER STREET. 

Jewish Theological Seminary of America. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 
Job, Ann Bronwen. 

DAWN IN LYONESSE. (R) 

Job , Thomas . 

DAWN IN LYONESSE. (R) 

Job, Thomas M. 

DAWN IN LYONESSE. (R) 
Jobe, John R. 

GERVAISE. 
Joel, Sister. 

WHO SIT IN DARKNESS. 

John XXIII Institute, St. Xavier 
College. SEE St. Xavier College, 
Chicago. John XXIII Institute. 

Johnson, Barbara. 

THE WAY TO THE KINGDOM. 

Johnson, Crane. 

SEVEN SHORT PLAYS. 
SEVEN STRANGE PLAYS. 
TIGER IN CRYSTAL. 

Johnson, Jesse J. 

ROMAN COURTMAETIAL. 
Johnson, Mildred. 

ARE YOU YOUR HUSBAND'S BUSINESS 
PARTNER . 

Johnson, Philip. 

IT'S AUTUMN NOW. (R) 

Johnson, Roy Lee. 

MY BEST JUST AIN'T GOOD ENOUGH 
WHEN THE GUITAR PLAYS THE BLUES. 

Johnson, Stanley. 

THE PLAY AND THE READER. 
Jolly Music, Ltd. 

HORATIO THE HORSIO. 
Jona, Hokojiro. 

OKINAWA MONOGATARI. 

Jones, Bruce M. 

BLIND MAN'S BLUFF. 
Jones, C, A. 

EL CASTIGO SIN VEHGANZA. 
Jones, C. Robert. 

THE CLOWN. 

Jones, Donald. 

WOLVERTON MOUNTAIN. 
Jones, G. Thaddeus. 

IL TROVATORE. 

Jones , Kenneth W. 
JULIE.' OH, JULIE. 

Jones, Leroi. 

THE BAPTISM. 
Jones, Mary Agnes. 

THE DREAM. 

Jones, Mary Alice. 

IZNIK: THE LOST CITY. 
Jones, Paul Montgomery. 

THE DREAM. 
Jones, Robert Clarence. 

THE ORIGINAL 789. 

Jones, Tom Skinner, pseud. SEE Jones, 
Tommy Ray. 

Jones, Tommy Ray. 

THE FUR INSIDE TICKLES. 

Jong, Willem L. de. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO ORDER OF MOTION 
IN THE UNIVERSE. 



Jordan, E. Gene. 

TO AN IDIOT, THE WORLD. 

Jordan, Harold. 
ROUNDELAY. 

Jordan, Lowell H. 
PETRA. 

Jordan, Mickey. 

SOMEDAY I'LL BE SOMEBODY. 

Josephs, Laurence. 

FREE PALL. 
Joubert, Editions. 

MICHEL STROGOFF. 
Journet, Terence. 

RHYME AND TREASON. 
Jouvet, Louis. ^ 

MOLIERE ET LA COMEDIE CLASSIOUE. 

Joyce, Van, pseud. 

Jubelier, Ruth. 
GOURMET COOKING, 

Jurgensen, Kai. 
GHOSTS . 



SEE Jacobs, Ivan. 

FAMILY STYLE. 



K 



Jonsson, Etlar August. 
THE YOUNG MALE GHOST. 



K Mart Division. S. S. Kresge Co. SEE 
Kresge (S. S.) Co. K Mart Division. 

KSrnbach, Gerd. 

POLIFEM. (R) 
Kastner, Erich. 

EIN ABEND IN DEN MUWCHNER 
KAMMERSPIELEN. 
Kahn-Weil, Laure . 

POETIC VERSION PRESENTED AT THE 
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION. 

Kail, Robert. 

THE SHOW MUST GO ON. 

Kaiser, Georg. 

VINCENT VERKAUFT EIN BILD. (R) 

Kaiser, Margarethe. 

VINCENT VERKAUFT EIN BILD. (R) 

Kalmar, Bert, Jr. 
HEY SIS. (R) 

Kalmar, Jessie. 
HEY SIS. (R) 

Kalogeratos, Helene Anastassatos . 

THE WAYFARERS. 
Kanai, Kikuko. 

OKINAWA MONOGATARI. 

Kann, Krystel. 

THE ALL WONDROUS NATURE OF THE 

OZARKS . 
HEARTFUL OF LOVE. 
A LETTER OF LOVE. 

Kantor, Jacob. 
THE PRIMADONNA. 

Kantor, Joseph H. 

CAIN HATED ABEL LESS. 

Karinthy, Prigyes. 
CIRKUSZ. 

Karlweis, Ninon Tallon. 

AN ALBUM OF GUNTER GRASS. 

Karmen, Steve. 

SHOES . 
Katayev, Valentin. 

SQUARING THE CIRCLE. 

Kaufman, David M. 
THE TENT. 

Kaufman, Edna L. 
AS WE GO FORWARD. 

Kaufman, George S. 

THE AMERICAN WAY. (R) 
THE FABULOUS INVALID. (R) 
Kaufman, M. E. 

THE LOVE BUG. 
Kaufman, Whitey. SEE Kaufman, M. E. 

Kauf mann , R. J. 
THE, CHANGELING. 

Kazlow, Celia. 

THE BREAD WINNER. 



Kedros, Andr6. 

ELEKTRONISCHE LIEBE. 
Keith, Richard M. 

THE KITEFLEST. 
Kelly, John H., IV. 
GRAVELY MISTAKEN. 
TODAY IS YESTERDAY'S TOMORROW. 

Kelly, Thomas. 

WORD OF HONOUR. (P.) 
Kelsey, fhilip A. 

MARGO AND ME. 

Kenley, John. 

PASSING SHOW OF 1939- (R) 
Kennedy, Betty Lou. 

THE CONCEPTION, GESTATION AND BIRTH 
OF THE U. S. AIR FORCE. 

Kent, Frank Richard. 

CRACK IN A GRECIAN URN. 
Kent, Sue K. 

TWENTY STEPS WITH LETTER TABS, AN 
AID TO BEGINNING READING. 
Kenworthy, Edwin W. 

THE LAPHAM GIRLS. (R) 
Kerby, Rebecca Still. 

THE LAMB OF GOD. 

Kermorel. 

DANS LA MARINE. (R) 

Kerr, Geoffrey. 

BLACK SWANS. (R) 
Kerr, Walter. 

VICAR OF WAKEFIELD. (R) 

Kershaw, Judith. SEE Lapides, 

Judith Kershaw. 
Kerst, Isabel. 

MAD BENSON. 
Kesler, Hal 0. 

THE PEOPLE WORLD OF PHOEBE FRITZ. 

Kessler, Alexander. 

HOCHZEIT IN SAMARKAND. (R) 
Kessler, George H. 

WHAT A BAWDY FUNERAL. 
Kessler, Lyle. 

BEDFELLOWS . 

THE ENGAGEMENT. 

Kessler, Richard. 

HOCHZEIT IN SAMARKAND. 
HOCHZEIT IN SAMARKAND, (R) 

Kessner, Ellen, pseud. SEE Ressner, 
Zelda. 
Kessner, Zelda. 

JOSEPHINE, THE HOMEWORK MACHINE. 

Kestner, John. 

SAM STILLER, PRIVATE EYE. 

Klesel, Stanley. 

PARENTS AND CHILDREN. 

Kiley, Kelly, pseud. SEE Lewis, 
Catherine Helen. 

Killen, John F. 

AS TOUGH AS THEY ARE. 

Kim Music Co. 

ELBOS AND ELVERSE ELF. 

Kincheloe, Clarence L. 

UNHEARD MELODY. 
King, Bess B. 
PETER RABBIT. 

Kingsbury, Howard Thayer. 
CYRANO DE BERGERAC . 

Kinsolving, William. 
NICHOLAS ROMANOV. 

Kipper, H. B. 

ATOMIC EVOLUTION. 
Kirby, Eddie A. 
'the proposed PEACE GOVERNMENT. (R) 
SOME WAYS TO BRING PROSPERITY TO THE 
UNITED STATES AND ESTABLISH PEACE 
BETWEEN THE NATIONS OP THE 
WORLD. (B.) 
Kirkpatrick, John. 

ALONG THE BRIDAL PATH. 
THE CRABAPPLE QUEEN. 
GORY STORY. 



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Klrsch, Arthur C. 

RESTORATION. 
Kirshner^ Sumner. 

ERNST WIECHERT'S BRIEFE AN EINEN 
WERDENDEN AND EIN DEUTSCHES 
WEIHNACHTSSPIEL. 

Kite, Dorothy J. 

THE SILVER QUILL. 
Kltt, Henry. 

WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY THAT. 
Kittredgej George Lyman. 

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS. 
Kiyonoj Louise. 
THE PHANTOM. 

Klavarij Gene. 

THE BROTHERS CARL AND MORRIS. 

THE FINK. 
Kleban , Monte. 

CALLING ALL STARS. NO.l. (R) 

CAMP CALAMITY. (R) 

Klebe, Giselher. 

JACOBOWSKY UND DER OBERST. 
Klegseth, Ole J. 

THE GAMBLERS. 

Klenau, Margarethe Klimt. SEE 
Klimt-Klenau, Margarethe. 

Klenauj Paul von. 

ELISABETH VON ENGLAND. (R) 
Klimt-Klenau, Margarethe. 

ELISABETH VON ENGLAND. (R) 

Kline, Richard B. 
TWO JOLLY FRIARS. 
Kling, Jean Andrews. 

MICHAL. 
Klussman, Ernst Gemot. 
DAPHNE. (R) 
PRIEDENSTAG. (R) 
JOUR DE PAIX. ^R^ 

Knapp, Bettye. 

THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER. 
Knebelj Fletcher. 

SEVEN DAYS IN MAY. 

Knoll, John H. 
AGAMEMNON. 

Knoxj Charles Bruce. 
INSPIRATION TIME. 

Koch, Arthur N. 
CITY SONG. 

Koelb, Clayton T., Jr. 
DISSENT FROM ITHACA. 
SPRING'S AWAKENING. 

Koesis, Robert. 

A PLACE WITHOUT MORNINGS. 
Kolar, Arpad. 

YOU'RE SO RIGHT. 
Komaroff, George. 

ZIEGFELD FOLLIES, 1939-1940. fR) 
Korn, Marilynne K. 
BOOTS AND SADDLES. 

Kornberg, Edward. 
THE GOLDEN BEETLE. 

Kornfeld, Robert. 

A PLACE WHERE TWO PEOPLE MEET. 
QUEEN OF CRAGS. 

Kornhorst, Dorothy. 

LOVE IS AN ART. (R) 
Korty, Carol Tweedie. 

THE MERRY FOOLS AND NOODLEHEADS . 

Kosma, Joseph. 

ELEKTRONISCHE LIEBE. 

Kosmider, Chester, 
THE ACE PILOT. 

Kossow, Goldie Falk. 
SEA WALL. 

Kostetzky, Eaghor G. 

DAS SPIEL VOM GROSSEN MANN. 
Kozelka, Paul. 

FOUR PLAYS. 

Krasna, Norman. 
LOVE IN E PLAT. 



Krcmery, Karol. 

HIGH TREASON. 

Kreiss, Hulda E. 

WISHING UPON A STAR ATOP MT. 



PALOMAR. 



Lang, Miriam. 

A MUSHROOM IK THE SKY. 

Langj William A., II. 

THE LAST OF THE BIG Tllffi SPENDERS. 



Kresge (S. S. ) Co. 

CHARGE IT, PLEASE. 

SCARLETT AND PIERRE, THE PEOPLE 
WATCHERS . 
Kresge (S. S.) Co. K Mart Division. 

COURTESY OF KAY. 

HERE'S WHY. 

YOU TELL 'EM BETTY. 

Kreymborgj. Alfred. 

PLANETS. fR) 
Krimsky, Jerrold. 

GIRL FROM WYOMING. (R) 

Krimsky, Sophie. 

GIRL FROM WYOMING. (R) 

Kronenberger, Louis. 

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. 
Kuehl, William A. 

NIGHT FRIGHT. 

Kunneke, Eduard. 

HOCHZEIT IN SAMARKAND. 
HOCHZEIT IN SAMARKAND. (R) 

Kunne ke , Eve lyn . 

HOCHZEIT IN SAMARKAND. (R) 
Kuhung, George. 

CHINESE URSURER IN HIS VILLAGE. (R) 

Kulberg, Carl. 

WHO'S WHO IN THE ZOO. 
Kunian, Bernice. 

AND ONE AND ONE. 

Kunian, Bernice Tennis. 

ESCAPE A WIDOW. 
Kusell, Daniel. 

ON HER VfAY, 



Lacey, Franklin. 
ONE LITTLE GUY. 

La Force, Beatrice. 

SIR KNIGHT AND THE SIREN. 

THAT LONELY ROAD. 
Lagnese, Joseph. 

PATRIOTIC ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS, 

Lai, Wilson. 

THE PARADISE STORY. 
LaMar, Virginia A. 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL. 

CYMBELINE . 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 

ROMEO AND JULIET. 

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET. 

THE WINTER'S TALE. 

Lamb, Charles. 

SHAKESPEARE FOR THE FAMILY. 

Lamb J Mary. 

SHAKESPEARE FOR THE FAMILY. 



Lamm, Willard E. 

A WILLFUL DECEPTION. 
Lampell, Millard. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 



Lampell, Millard. 
Milton. 



SEE Lampell, 



Lampell, Milton. 

A PUBLIC NUISANCE IN TVIC ACTS. 

Lande, Kay, pseud. SEE Selmer, 
Kathryn Lande. 

Landis, Joseph C. 

THE DYBBUK AND OTHER GREAT YIDDISH 
PLAYS. 

Lanese, Thomas A. 

SAUERKRAUT AND BOSTON BEANS. 

Laney, Charles Cleveland, 3r. 

PROPHET OR LOSS. 
Lang, Charles. 

BIRTH OF A BATON TWIRLER. 



Langley, Christopher, 
Langley, Lois G. 



pseud. SEE 



Langley, Kenneth D. 

MY FATHER'S HONETOOON. 

Langley, Lois G. 

MY FATHER'S HONEYMOON. 

Lanser, Margaret Judith. 
EFFIGY. 

Lanser, Tita, pseud. SEE Lanser, 
Margaret Judith. 

Lanval, Jacques, pseud. See Saudemont, 
Andre. 

Lapides, Judith Kershaw. 
GREATER LOVE. 

L'Arbalete. SEE Barbezat, Marc. 
La Rogue, M. 

THE HANDSHAKING CAT. 
Larson, Rod. 

THE MIGHTY HERALD. 
Laszlo, Alexander. 

THE PIRATE'S OPERA. 

Latessa, Shirley L. 
HEY DIDDLE DIDDLE. 

Latham, John F. 

PLASTIC TOWELS RADIO COMMERCIAL. 

Laujan, Ltd. 

WALK THE HIGH HILL. 

Laurence, Shaunee, pseud. SEE Broudy, 
Katherine. 

Laurents, Arthur. 
ROMEO AND JULIET. 

Lauria, Frank J. 

WHEREVER THE ILL WINDS BLOW. 
Lavin, Jack. 

MY SON, THE MOTHER. 

Lawless, Sue. 

SAM STILLER, PRPVATE EYE. 
Lawrence, Bert. 

PILGRIMS PRIDE. 

Lawrence, Dwight. SEE Lawrence, 

Melvin Dwight . 
Lawrence, Jerome. 

INHERIT THE WIND. 

THE NEW YORKERS. 

Lawrence, Melvin Dvjight. 

THE MAN FROM UNCLE. 
Lawrence & Lee, Inc. 

THE NEW YORKERS. 

Lawton, F. Vaughan. 

MATILDA, BASIL & JASPER. (R) 

Lay ton, Anne. 

THE STORY OF ELLEN BRENT, 

Lea, Chic, pseud. SEE Furse, Chic 
Lea-Hy . 

Leaf, Paul. 

THE FRONTIER ACCOUNTANT. 



Lebarr, Vivienne, pseud. 

Vivienne. 
Lebhar, Vivienne. 

ROCKETSHIPS, ANYONE. 
Leblan, Alfred. 

CHAtlPION. (R) 
Leblan, Jean. 

CHAMPION. (R) 
Lebowitz, Gerald. 

MR. SCROOGE. 

Lecoq , Raoul. 

JEUNES FILLES. (R) 

Lee, Albert Franklin. 

TWO TWENTY ONE. 
Lee, Katherine A. 

LIMEADE FOR THE MIKADO. 



SEE Lebhar, 



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Lee, Mary at. 
DOPE. 

Lee, Robert E. 

INHERIT THE WIND. 
THE NEW YORKERS. 

Leen, Gwen. 

A HARLEQUIN SHOW. 

Lega, Antonio. 

IL REVISORE. (R) 

Lehar, Franz. 

DIE IDEALE GATTIN. (R) 

Lelght, Bernard B. 

HOW MAYOR LINDSAY AND JUDGE KEATING 
WERE ELECTED. 
Leinlnger, William H., Jr. 

BOOTS AND SADDLES. 
Le Leau, Luc Ian. 
THE CALL OF LOVE. 
LUCIA. 

Leon, R. de. SEE Leon Airias de 

Saavedra, Rafael de. 
Leon Airias de Saavedra, Rafael de . 

UNA ESTRELLA PARA TODOS. 
Leoncavallo, Ruggiero. 

PAGLIACCI. 
Leonhardt, Alta. 
FOSTER PARENTS. 

Lerner, Marvin. 

THE CHRISTMAS NEXT. 

Lert, Hedwig. 

ROLLER-COASTER. (R) 

Lert, Richard. 

ROLLER-COASTER. (R) 

Lervig, Roger Junior. 

THE NIGHT OF THE CRUCIFIXION. 

Lery, Maxime, pseud. SEE Levy, Maxime. 

Lesch, Jerry I. 

THE ENCHANTED SHIRT. 

Leslie, F. Andrew. 

SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS. 

Lesser, Anthony, pseud. SEE Whitby, 

Anthony. 
Lesser, Robert. 

WE ARE IN LOVE WITH THE VON SCHLEGEL 
TRANSLATION. 

Lester, Jerry. 
ENSENADA . 

Letraz, Jean de . 

MA FEMME EST TIMBREE . (R) 



Letraz, 'jne. Jean de. 
Slmone Pelgnlet de . 



SEE Letraz, 



Letraz, Slmone Pelgnlet de . 

MA FEMME EST TIMBREE. (R) 
Lettres Modernes. 

OEUVRES COMPLEMENT AIRES DE GERARD DE 
NERVAL, III. 

Levenstein, Hesper Anderson. 

THE BASTION SAINT GERVAIS. (R) 
KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY. (R) 

Levin, Harry. 

THE COMEDY OP ERRORS. 

Levin, Michael Henry. 
AFTER LONG SILENCE. 

Levin, Raymond L. 

THE BRIDES OF DRACULA. 

Levin, Samuel T. 

A NEW DIMENSION IN CREATIVE, 
DYNAMIC SALESMANSHIP AND MANAGEMENT 
THROUGH THE WORLD OF CYBERNETICS. 

Levisohn, Hortense H. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 

Levitt, David. 

CASTLE ON THE DEE. 
Levoy, Myron. 

BADA, AS SEEN PROM GEMINI FIVE. 



Levy, Maxime. 

LE BONNET D'ANE. (B) 
SON PREMIER BAL. (R) 

Levy, Melvin. 

A WISE FATHER. (R) 

Levy, Morris. 

DWELL IN SAFETY. 
Lewis, C. S. 

THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE. 

Lewis, Catherine Helen. 
SABLE. 

Lewis, Gloria. 

THE GREAT CIPOLLA. (B.) 

Lewis, Loney. 

THE EGGHEAD REHABILITATION AND REST 
HOME'. 

Lewis, Milton. 

THE GREAT CIPOLLA. (R) 

Lewis, Rachel Benet. 

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER. (R) 
Lewis, Richard P. 
THE TRIPLE TEST. 

Lichtenberg, James Lester. 
APRIL IS THE CRUELEST MONTH. 

Lldholra, Mrs. Len . 

WHO KILLED TRIXIE FOX. 
Liebllch, Karl. 

MAY IN FAIRYLAND. 

Liebson, Laurence S. , Sr. 

QUIET THUITOER. 
Liechti, Harris N. 

GREEN BANNERS, THE IRISH STRUGGLE 
FOR INDEPENDENCE. 

Light, Dov Ber ben Yitzchock Isaac. 
SEE Lelght, Bernard B. 
Lightbody, Patricia Calkins. 

TWENTY STEPS WITH LETTER TABS, AN 
AID TO BEGINNING READING. 

Lighthill, Peggie M. 

THE RARE (SINGING) BIRD. 

Lighthill, Peggie McClure . 
THE RARE (SINGING) BIRD. 

Lilar, Suzanne. 

TWO BELGIAN PLAYS, ABOUT LOVE. 

Lllllbrldge, Sammy. 

BACK HOME IN THE HILLS. 

THE GRUESOME TWOSOME. 
Lilly (Eli) & Co. 

HOW MUCH IS A MIRACLE. 

Limner, Roman Rechnitz. 

SEXUAL INTERCOURSE DURING PREGNANCY 

AS A POSSIBLE CAUSE OF MENTAL 

RETARDATION. 
Lin Broadcasting Corp. 

THE DAY FOR DECISION. 
Lind, Miriam Sieber. 

THE NAMELESS ONES. 

Lind, Paula Procel. 

JACOB AND ESAU. 
Linda, Larry J. 

MAX. 
Lindbeck, George A. 

THE FRAMEWORK OF CATHOLIC -PROTESTANT 
DISAGREEMENT. 

A PROTESTANT POINT OF VIEW. 

Lindsey, George. 

THE SCAPEGOAT. 
Llnney, Romulus. 

THE SORROWS OF FREDERICK THE GREAT. 

Lion Pub. Co., Inc. 
LIFE'S TOO SHORT. 
THE UNFOLDING BOOK OF LIFE. 

Lippman, Sidney. 
AS BIG AS AN OX. 
THE FOX AND THE STORK. 

Lippman, Sidney Shalit. 
THE LION IS DYIN' . 

Lipschutz, Paul. 
THE BEE HIVE. 



Llpton, Helen L. 
THE AFFAIR. 
STREET SCENE. 
Little, Brown & Co., Inc. 
MODERN DRAMA. 

Lium, Rolf. 

FAUSTUS . 
Living newspaper (Staff of) 
TRIPLE-A PLOWED UNDER. (R) 

Livingston, Doyle Eugene. 

THE BLUE DANCE OF SALOME. 
Lockhart, Andrew. 

CALL ME RED. 

MARK MY WORD. 
Loftis, John. 

THE RECRUITING OFFICER. 

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. 

Loiseau, Mayo, pseud. SEE Gray, Mayo. 

Loken, M. Christian. 
DO YOU KNOW MY NAME. 
THE WOLVES & THE COCKROACHES. 



Loken, Merlin W. SEE Loken, M. Chris- 
tian. 

Long, Fern. 
PERIPHERIE. 



(R) 

Long, Joseph H. 

INTERPLANET TRAVEL. 

Long, Sumner Arthur. 

ANGELA . 
Long, William H, 

I SAY GOTHIC BECAUSE. 



SEE Franz, Adele 



Longmlre, Adele. 
Longmlre. 
Longo, Chris. 

H. P. IS DYING IN THE VALLEY. 

Looker, Dorothy. 

THE GREATEST GAME IN TOWN. 

Lopez, Claudio. 
LOST GAIN. 
LOVELY ENEMY. 

Lord, Leon. 

IT MIGHT HAPPEN TO YOU. (R) 

LordHouse Recording & Pub. Co., Inc. 
THIS IS NELSON BOSWELL WITH CHALLENGE 
& RESPONSE. 

Loring, Janet. 

DEAR SANTA CLAUS. 

HOW LITTLE DRIP IS SAVED, 

Loring, Richard. 
1 AM A RAINBOW. 

Lotar, Peter. 

DER TOD DES PRASIDENTEN. 

Lou-Lee Music Co. 
SOUTHSIDE BLUES. 
STREET CORNER HUSTLER BLUES. 

Loudan, Jack. 

BALL TURNS ONCE. (R) 
Love, Robert D. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: WHY I 
AM A MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF THE 
JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY. 

Lovegrove, Arthur. 
JUST ANOTHER DAY. 

Loving, Boyce. 

LITTLE GERALD INE. (R) 
Lowe, Lewis A. 

THE LIVING MOUNTAIN. 

Lowell, Robert. 
THE OLD GLORY. 
Loweree, Francis Harold. 
THE BIVOUAC. 

Lowery Music Co., Inc. 

MY BEST JUST AIN'T GOOD ENOUGH. 
WHEN THE GUITAR PLAYS THE BLUES. 

Lowndes, Marie Belloc . 

THE EMPRESS EUGENIE. (R) 
Lowry, Aqulla. 

TIME AND ETERNITY. 



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81 



Lubac, Henri de. 

THE CONSTITUTION LUMEN GENTIUM AND 
THE FATHERS OF THE CHURCH. 

MEDITATION ON THE CHURCH. 

NATURE AND GRACE. 
Lubinsky, Herman. 

A DENIED MOTHER. 

Lublnsky, Herman. SEE Planemar Music Co. 

Lucario, Sam S. 

THE EPILEPTIC TERROR. 

FAST GUN TO HOUSTON. 
Lucas, Victoria. 

A GAME OF JACKS. 

THE OLD AGE OF UBU. 
Lucas, Victoria Arel. 

ROAD STAND. 
Luchaire, Julien. 

UNE FEMME ET UN ROI. fR) 
Luftig (Don) Enterprises, Inc. 

THE SHELTERED LIFE. 
LUftig, Don L. 

THE SHELTERED LIFE. 
Lumsden^ James Howard. 

POSTCARD TO HEAVEN. 
Lyday, Joseph H. 

THE POTTY CALL. 

THE SOUNDS OF BABIES. 
Lynch, John Richard. 

RENT SUPPLEMENT, LOCATION ANALYSIS. 
Lyndon, Bar re. 

AMAZING DR. CLITTERHOUSE . (R) 
Lynn 5 John Harrison. 

CHOOSER WELCOMES YOU. 

WILD PEOPLE OF THE NORTH. 



M 



VOLUME 29. 



MPO Pictures, Inc. 
RED OVER RED. 

Maag, Otto. 

DIE SEUFZERBROCKE. 
Macaulay, Pauline. 
PLAYS OF THE YEAR, 

Macaulay, Pauline, pseud. 

THE CREEPER. 
MacCallum, Gather. 

THE ROCOCO CONFESSIONAL. 

McCann, Robert C. C. 

GENTLEMAN'S GENTLEMAN. 
McCarthy, Michael. 

HALF A COIN, HALF A MAN. 
McCarthy, Shirley Eleanor Gervais. 

AND ON THE SEVENTH DAY. 

McClain, Thomas A. 

LA LLAVE QUE REVELA EL MISTER 10 DE 
LA CREACION. 

McClaskey, Alice Lew. 
FANDANGLES, MOON DAZE. 

McCleary, David. 

THE WINNING OF FREEDOM. 

McCleery, William T. 

SHE NEVER HAD A LESSON. (R) 
McClellan, Grace A. 

IN THE LIFE OF GRACE ANNA LEE. 
McClure, Elizabeth Price. 

NEW DRINK- DRI CUP AND ITS ADVANTAGES. 

McClure, Michael. 

THE BEARD. 
McCormick, Elizabeth. 
STUDY IN VIOLENCE. 

McCracken, Esther. 
McCracken. 

MoCully, Jane. 

THE ISLAND WALL. 
McDonald, Dolores M. 
ALCOA WRAP. 
ANY PRODUCT. 
BEER IN CANS. 

Macdonald, William R. 
SHADES OF CORAL. 



SEE Campbell, Esthej 



Mace, Jacques. 

LE MONDE A L'ENVERS. (R) 
McElmury, Wallace G. 
AMERICAN CIA AGENT. 

MaoFarlane, Janice Russell. 
THINK FAST. 

McGeoch, Cathy Jean. 
THINK FAST. 

McGlaughlin, Roy C. 

AUDIO-AUTO TRONIC TOUR OF THE 
BATTLEFIELD SCRIPT. 
McGlynn, Daniel R. 

RIVERRUN. 
McGrath, Kyran M. 

THE MATERNAL STRAIN. 
McGrath, Mark G. 

PASTORAL CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH 
IN THE WORLD TODAY: GENESIS, 
SIGNIFICANCE, INTRODUCTION. 

McGuire, Gladys Horn. 
TEXAS CHILE. 



SEE Mclnturff, 



SEE Macnab, 



Mclan, Jan, pseud. 
Jeanne. 

Mc Inturf f , Jeanne . 

TUDOR NIGHTSHADE. 
Mclntyre, Katherine K. 

WHO KILLED PRIVATE BROWN. 
Mack, Leo. 

THE MIGHTY HERALD. 

Mack (Leo) Productions. 

THE MIGHTY HERALD. 
McKemy, Harold D. 

SOUTH OF MISSION. 

McKenney, Ruth. 

MY SISTER EILEEN. (R) 

Mackenzie, Donald, pseud. 

Donald Mackenzie. 
Mackenzie, Scoble. 

NICHEVO. (R) 

McLaughlin, Francis J. 
GRASSROOTS . 



McLaughlin, Marie. 

RELUCTANT SEED. 
Maclay, Julia E. 

A LITTLE GIRL AND A BEAUTIFUL LADY. 

McLoughlin, R. J. 

A WALK THROUGH THE PARK. 
McMahon, Donald. 

TWO DIFFERENT STYLES. 
Macmillan Co. 

NUESTRO FIN DE SEMANA. 

Macnab, Donald Mackenzie. 
TWINKLE. TWINKLE. (R) 

McNeal, Claude. 

WORTHY WOMAN. 
Macone, Regina. 

ONE GIANT STEP. 
McTague, Mickey. 

GOLF AND THE FAMILY. 

Macy (George) Companies, Inc. 
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. 

Madach, Emery. 

THE TRAGEDY OF MAN. 

Madden, Harry Timothy. 
LUCK 0' THE IRISH. (R) 

Madero, Robert Anthony. 

THE GREAT SOCIETY. 
Madway, Edna. 

THE CRUEIEST MONTH. 
Magarello, Gerard. 

I SAY GOTHIC BECAUSE. 
Magavero, Gerard. 

THE PAIR SEX. 

FETCH ME A FIG LEAF. 
Magowan, Stephen Charles. 

PLAYING AT THE MOON. 
Mahln, Stephanie Benet. 

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER. (R) 
Mahl, William. 

THE AGE OF GOLD. (R) 

ALL WILL CHANGE. (R) 



Mahler-Fistoularl, Anna. 
IN EINER NACHT. (R) 

Mahoney, Arthur. 
LES PETITES RATS. 

Malango, Patricia. 
LITTLE MOON. 

Malaschak, Deloreo. 
DAMMIT THE STOVE. 

Malin, Nevil. 

HERE TODAY. 

LET'S BE DEVILS. 
Mallam, Sldone A. 

DARK GESTURE. 
Malleson, Miles. 

APRIL CLOUDS. (R) 

Mallis, Constantine Alexander Hagi. 

THE HUMAN CRISIS. (R) 
Mallow, Stanley. 

CASTLE ON THE DEE. 

Mallyck, E. Theodore. 
ESCALATION POKER. 

Malone, Judy. 

NO WASTED LOVE. 

Malone, Louis A. 
RORY CALHUEN. 

Maloney, Sally. 

AS THE GRASS. 
Maltz, Maxwell. 

THE STRANGE JUDGE. 

Mandel, Mel. 

LOVE AND OTHER GAMES. 

Manelius, Esther. 

UNDER PRESSURE. 
Manheim, Leonard F. 

CONTRIBUTIONS OF PSYCHOANALYTIC 
CRITICISM TO A THEORY OF LITERATURE. 

Manhoff, Bill. 

TURN DOWN THE RADIO. 

Manin, Stephanie Benet. 

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER. (R) 

Mann, Edward, pseud. SEE Geltman, 
Edward. 

Manning, Hilda, pseud. SEE Reach, 
James . 

Manning, Paul. 
HELLWIND . 

Manschinger, Margareth.e Hartwlg . 
WHO'LL DO THE DISHES. 



Manse, Jean. 

LE ROSIER DE t-lADAME HUSSON. 
Mansfield, John J. 
BEHOLD THE MAN. 

Marbo Productions, Inc. 

TRACKS IN THE ROCK. 
Marceau, F^licien. 
THEATRE II. 

Marchand, Leopold. 

LE VALET MAITRE. (R) 

Marcum, Harold. 

FORGIVE THIS TRESPASS. 
Marechal, Marcel. 

L' OPERA DU MOITOE. 

Marek, Zett. 
THE INFINITE. 
NOT ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM. 



(R) 



Marga, Jan, pseud. 
Margaret J. 



SEE Stoddard, 



Markoff, Florence. 

RHODE ISLAND PROFILES, NO. 27-60. 
RHODE ISLAND PROFILES, NO. 61-104. 

Markoff, Hilda. 

THAT WILD AND WONDERFUL FEELING. 

Marlowe, Christopher. 

CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE'S DR. FAUSTUS. 
Mar on, Vfilliam. 

SLEEP, SLEEP, PUSSYCAT. 



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Marques, Rene. 

THE HOUSE ON CRISTO STREET. 

Marquis, Susan Lowndes. 
THE EMPRESS EUGENIE. (R) 

Marsac, Guy. 

LE BONNET D'ANE. (R) 
SON PREMIER ML. (R) 

Marshall, Robert Alan. 
MOTHER KINDLEAF. 
Marshall, Roslyn. 

THE DOLPHIN. 
HEIDI OLSON PRESENTS GOOD GROOMING 
FOR TEENS. 
Marsico, Joseph Francis. 

LOVE ME. 
Martens, Anne Coulter. 
INSTANT FUN. 
WITCH WAY. 

Martin, A. Robert, Jr. 

STOPWATCH. 
Martin, Francis B. 

ANYONE CAN BE PRESIDENT. 
MAYBE TOMORROW. 
Martin, Gary. 
THE REGULATORS. 

Martin, Grace B. 

THE BANG AND THE WHIMPER. 
Martin, Jean Marie. 

VU DU PONT. 

Martin, John. 

THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD. 

Martin, Judith. 

HANDS OFF! DON'T TOUCH. 

Martin, Paule . 

LE TEMPS DES GRANDES ESPERANCES. 

Martinez, Harold. 
THE YOUNG HERMIT. 

Martins, Wilson. 

TEATRO BRASILEIRO CONTEMPORANEO. 

Marx, Arthur. 
SEEN KISSING. 

Maschinger, Margarethe H. 

THE RED AND THE BLACK. 
Maschwitz, Eric. 

THE COUNT OP LUXEMBOURG. 

Masefield, John. 
THREE HISTORIES. 



SEE Hornstein, 
SEE Hornstein, 



Matohinga, Toian, pseud. 

Caryn. 
Matchinga, Toian, pseud. 

Toian. 
Mate, Eugene. 

CAFE FRISCO. 
Mate, Eugene James. 
CAFE FRISCO. 

Mat son, Ralph. 

SKI-O-TAPES OP ST. PAUL. 

Matthews, Frances K. 

THE LUCY SHOW. 
Maupassant, Guy de. 

THE NECKLACE. 
Maure, Richard. 

BUT. 

Maurette, Marcelle. SEE Becdelievre, 
Marcelle Maurette. 

Max, Jerome. 

PRUNELLA AND BLURR. 
Maxwell, Richard. 

TAP DANCE FOR MAN IN IRON LUNG. 

Maxwell, Robert C. 

WHO'S WHO - 1992. 
Mayer, Edwin Justus. 

CHILDREN OF DARKNESS. (R) 

FIREBRAm. (R) 

SUNRISE IN MY POCKET. (R) 
Mayer, Paul. 

CHILDREN OF DARKNESS. (R) 

FIREBRAND. (R) 

SUNRISE IN MY POCKET. (R) 
Mayer, Paul Avlla. 

THANK GOD FOR GIN AND BUTTER. 



Mayer, Thomas J. 

BRINKS ROBBERY. 
Mayo, Vivian. 

WHO, GRANDMA. (R) 

Mayol, Jacques. 

THE LUCAYA TREASURE STORY. 

Mays, James A. 
THE HERETIC. 

Mead, Phyllis. 
DON PASQUALE. 

Mednick, Sam. 

THE MAN WHO FOUND HIMSELF. 
Megarry, Janell L. 
TD1E BE NEVERMORE. 

Meier, Minta. 

BEYOND THE BIRD AND BEES. 

Meisel & Co., G.M.E.H. , Edition. 

HOCHZEIT IN SAMARKAND. 
Melaro, H. J. M. 

THE UNO MURDER CASE. 
THE VIET NAM STORY. 

Mele, Ronald. 

CRY, MY LORD, FOR THE CHICKENS HAVE 

MET THEIR END. 
THE EMPTY FISH STORE. 
PROMETHEUS SAVIOR. 
THE QUEEN & THE ROBE. 

Melinand, Gabrielle Gautier. 
JEUNES FILLES. (R) 

Melville, Herman. 

MOBY DICK, REHEARSED. 

Menander . 
DYSCOLUS. 
Mendelow, Melvin. 
LOST AND POUND. 

Mendonca, Robert Alan. 
ONE TO A CUSTOMER. 

Menton, Seymour. 

TEATRO BRASILEIRO CONTEMPORANEO. 
Menzies, Michael Clive. 

THE SUNDAY COMICS. 
Mere, Charles. 

LA CAPTIVE. 

Meredith Pub. Co. 
ALL FOR LOVE. 
THE BARBER OF SEVILLE. 
THE BEGGAR'S OPERA AND COMPANION 

PIECES'. 
A MAD DAY'S WORK. 
THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD AND 

RIDERS TO THE SEA. 
THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. 
TROILUS AND CRESS IDA. 

Merkey, Roland. 

SALOON. 
Merow, Erva Loomis. 

BREAKFAST WITH PAUL. 
TOMORROW IS A TREASURE. 

Merrill, Charles, VI, pseud. SEE 
Calebaugh, Charles Barney. 
Mertke, Lynn. 

ONE HOUR OP LIFE. 
Messager, Charles. 
L'AIR DU TEMPS. (R) 

Mestre, Ulrich del. 
DIE ANMASSUNG. 
DIE SACKGASSE. 

Metheny, Hugh Martin. 
HU-MAR WILD TRACKS. 
Metzger, Wendell. 
AUTOMOBILE. 
THE ELEVENTH DYNASTY. 
EXCAVATION NUMBER ONE. 
SWORD . 
UNDER THE DREAM WHIP. 

Meyendorff, John. 

THE VATICAN COUNCIL AND ORTHODOX 
THEOLOGY IN AMERICA TODAY. 

Meyer, David W. 
A ONE-EYED JACK. 

Meyer, Michael. 

A DOLL'S HOUSE, GHOSTS, AN ENEMY OF 
THE PEOPLE, ROSMERSHOLM. 



Meyers, Martin. 
BOSSKING LION. 

Miall, Agnes M. 

KING WITH A TIN CROWN. (R) 

ONE GIFT. (R) 
Michael, John. 

THROUGH THE DARK CORRIDORS, 
Michaelldes, Andreas Nouaros . 

A HOOSIER IN BOSTON. 
Michel, .Georges. 

LE BAR. 

UN PETIT NID D' AMOUR. 

LA PROMENADE DU DIMANCHE . 

Mlchele, Lorraine, pseud. SEE Seymour, 

Lorraine Michele. 
Miokelson, Catherine. 

THE SPEAKER OP THE HOUSE. 

Middleton, Thomas. 
THE CHANGELING. 

Miglionico, Ronald. 
HINDAUTHEN. 

Mikhailova-Cuvillier, Marie. SEE 

Rolland, Marie Mikhailova-Cuvillier. 

Mild, Warren. 

STRANGERS OUTSIDE THE FEAST. 

Miles, Elton R. 
WHO'S HUBIE. 

Miles, Majel. 

THE AMERICAN WAY. 

Millar, David Tullldge. 
WAY OF THE CROSS. 

Millay, Edna St. Vincent. 
IDYLLS OP THE KING. 

Miller, Albert G. 
THE FROZEN TRUTH. 
Miller, Arthur. 

VU DU PONT. 
Miller, Charles Edward. 
THE PAIR SEX. 
FETCH ME A FIG LEAF. 

Miller, Clara Hooker. 
UNTO ALL MANKIND. 

Miller, David A. 

mRGO AND ME. 
Miller, Edith S. 
TOO LATE. 
Miller, Mrs. Era. 

WIPE THE TEARS PROM YOUR HEART. 
Miller, Harris Hilton. 
NEVER LOOK BACK. 

Miller, Julian H., II. 

THE YOUTH MARKET: YOUNG ADULTS, NEW 
BRIDES . 

Miller, Michael. 

THE COLOR OF MORNING. 

Miller, Morton. 

BATMENCH AND RUBIN. 

Miller, Norman. 

THE ADULTER (Y)ATED TRUTH. 

Miller, Roberta Derapsey. 
OUT FROM UNDER THE MOSS. 
Miller, Robin. 
DAMES AT SEA. 

Miller, Sigmund Stephen. 

CHRISTINA IS MY NAME. 
SO THIS is ZAMORA, EH. 
Miller, Walter James. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET. 

Milne, Alan Alexander. 

THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER. 
WINNIE-THE-POOH. 

Mindel, Joseph. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

Minear, Paul S. 

A PROTESTANT POINT OF VIEW. 

Mlneo, Attillo. 

LITTLE MARY'S LITTLE LA^BS. 



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Minute Maid Co. 

THE FROZEN POODS MERCHANDISER. 

THERE MUST BE A BETTER WAY. 
Minx, Sllke, pseud. SEE Eblnger, 

Blandlne . 
Mitchell, Whitey. 

SUPERBAT . 

Mitchell, Yvonne. 

A MEASURE OF CRUELTY. 

PLAYS OF THE YEAR, VOLUME 29. 

Mitnick, Paul P. 
KWAT. 
Moberly, Robert Basil. 

MOZART'S MAGIC FLUTE. 
Mocklar, David. 

THE BIG MISTAKE. 
Moeller, Charles. 

DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH 

LUMEN GENTIUM, 
PASTORAL CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH 
IN THE MODERN WORLD. 

Moffet, Robert E., Jr. 
IN A FUNNY HOW TOWN. 

Molczan, Robert. 

BUT. 



Moli§re, pseud. 
Baptiste. 



SEE Poquelln, Jean 



Molny, Erika, pseud. SEE Pluch, Erika. 

Molyle, Donald. 
POE IN PROFILE. 

Montesinos, A. F. SEE Fernandez 
Montesinos, Angel. 

Montgomery, J. Willard. 

MY HAND WAS UPON THE HEART. 
Montherplantj Henry de. 

PASIPHAE. (R) 

Moon, Fannie. 

HOW FRIENDSHIP GROWS. 

Moor, Edward, pseud. SEE Kornberg, 

Edward . 
Moore, Herbert L. 

THE MOST MEMORABLE CHRISTMAS. 
Moore, John Travers. 

SONGS AND SIGHS. 
Moore, William Luther. 

HAUGHTY THIS SONG. 
Mora, Zoltan Paul. 

THE THREE COLONELS. 

Moran, Leonard. 

SAVONAROLA . 
Moran , Leonard W . 
A MAN IN HIDING. 
Moravia, Alberto. 
BEATRICE CEKCI. 
Morehouse, Ward. 
MISS QUIS. (R) 

Morgan, Dean Lucien. 
HOMECOMING . 

Morgan, Glen E. 
BLACK DIAMOND. 



Morgan, Louise, pseud. 
Louise . 



SEE Stiernberg, 



Morgan, Nelson H. 

MISFITS . 
Morgan, Viola E. 

A LITTLE BOY'S XMAS PRAYER. 

Morley, Malcolm. 

EMPEROR OF MAKE-BELIEVE. (R) 
Morlock, Prank Judson. 

HYPOCRITES' CARNIVAL. 
Morris, J. W. 

FUNDAMENTALS .OF QUALITY ENGINEERING 
& MANAGEMENT. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO PROCESS CONTROL. 

THE ODDS ARE AGIN' IT. 

REFERRALS UNLIMITED. 

Morris , Jud . 

ARISTOTLE, SCHMARISTOTLE. 
QUALITY, QUANTITY & COST. 



Morris, Kathleen Elaine. 
ROBERT LEE. 
THE SOUND OF THUNDER. 

Morris, Robert Mack. 

ROBERT LEE. 

THE SOUND OF THUNDER. 

Morris, T. B. 

HER INFINITE VARIETY. 

Morrone, Robert. 

ALL THINGS BEAUTIFUL. 

Morse, Paul Morton. 
A SONG TO REMEMBER. 

Morton, David. 

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD. 

Morton Salt Co. Agricultural 
Division. 

LIVESTOCK WORTH THEIR SALT, ARE 
WORTH MORTON MINERALS. 
Mosey, Christian DeWltt. 

SUSAN. 
Mosier, Frank Moffett. 

OP. 
Moss, Vivian R. 

FAMILY PLAN. 
Mossman, Timothy. 

TWO APRILS AGO. 

Mouezy-Eon, Andre. 

LA MARGOTON DU BATAILLON. (R) 

Moussorgsky, M. 
DIE HEIRAT. (R) 

Mowry, John Everett. 

PROFESSIONAL TACKLE TIPS FOR THE 
MOST DISCRIMINATING FISHERMAN. 

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. 
THE MAGIC FLUTE. 
THE MARBLE GUEST. 
THE MARRIAGE OP FIGARO. 

Much, Fred John. 

HARRY THEODORE SMITH. 

Mueller, Carl Richard. 

A DREAM PLAY AND THE GHOST SONATA. 

Mueller, Donald A. , 
VISIT TO A STABLE. 

Muhl, Barbara Mary. 

ANATOMY OF SPIRITUALITY. 

Mullally, Donn. 
VICIOUS CIRCLE. 

Mullen, Robert S. 
DAMIEN OF MOLOKAI. 
GUS. 

Muller, Max J. 

LIVING CHRISTMAS CARD. 
Murphy , Paul . 

THE GOLDBRINGERS . 
Murphy, Thomas F. 

GLOMMING THROUGH LIFE. 

Murray, John Courtney. 

THE DECLARATION ON RELIGIOUS 
FREEDOM . 
Murray, Robert Bruce. 

DONWER. 
Musaochio, Jerry. 
THE ETERNAL DRAMA. 

Music Makers, Inc. 

MR. WISHBONE. 
Musiel, Odette. 

THE POTTER COMPLEX. 

Myhers, John. 

THE PREACHER WORE TWO GUNS. 



N 



Nabokov , Dimi t i . 

THE WALTZ INVENTION. 

Nabokov, Vladimir. 

THE WALTZ INVENTION. 

Nagel, Lyda, pseud. SEE Tldwell, Lyda R. 



Names, Arthur A. 

THE BLACK KLANSMAN. 

Nass, Elyse. 
DOWN. 
[vffiMORY SHOP ON HIGH STREET. 

Nassif, Fred. 

GOODY. 
Nathans, Rhoda Rachel. 
KINDERGARTEN . 

National Gypsum Co. 

SOUr-ro ISOLATION, A QUIET REVOLUTION. 
National Textbook Corp. 
ADIEU, PERE FOUETTARD. 
CARMEN. 
COMEDIES CELEBRES. 

National Textbook Corp. Banks Upshaw 
Division. 
CINQ PETITES COMEDIES. 
TROIS COMEDIES DE COURTELINE. 
VIGNETTES DE MLLS. MISS. 

Naudic, Joe, pseud. SEE Frachtman, 
Howard. 

Navigate , Loui s e . 
DECEIVE ME NOT. 

Navor, Emil M. 
NEW WINE. 

Nebraska. University. Press, 
THE RECRUITING OFFICER. 
'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE. 
THE VIRTUOSO. 

Nedell, Bernard J. 

THE WHARF. 
Negrelli, Laura. 
RE HASSAN. (R) 
Neher, Caspar. 

DIE BURGER VON CALAIS. fR) 

Neil Music, Inc. 

TURN DOWN THE RADIO. 

Nelson, C. Ellis. 

INNOVATIONS FOR THE EDUCATIONAL 
MISSION OP THE CHURCH. 

Nelson, Cathy. 

COMEDIES CfiLEBRES. 
Nelson, John W. 

SOUNDS TO TRAIN BY. 

Nemenoff, Mat. 

PIT FOR A KING. 
Nemerov, Howard. 

THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. 
Nerval, Gerard de. 

OEUVIIES COMPLEMENTAIRES DE GERARD DE 
NERVAL, III. 

Nesbltt, Jim. 

STILL ALIVE IN '65. 

Nestle Co. 

THEY'RE WILD. 

Netzel, Sally Ann. 

SALOON. 
Neveu, Georges. 

THREE MODERN FRENCH PLAYS OF THE 
IMAGINATION. 

Newey, Donald. 

THE SIREN OF ST. MALO. 

Newman, Adele. 

LOVE IN A FRENCH CLIMATE. 

Newman, Sol. 

HITLER HAD A CONSENSUS. 
Newton, James Boswell, Jr. 

LYSISTRATA. 

Neyland, James. 

GUITEAU. 
Nichols, B. H. 

THE YOUNG LILLIE LANGTRY. 
Nicola, Ion. 

A LOVE IN TIMES AS THESE. 

Nicolson, Marjorie Hope. 
THE VIRTUOSO. 
Nielsen, Edward. 
THE BENCH. 



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Nielson, Mrs. Dean. 

THELMA. 
Niggll. Josephlna Morgan. 

THIS IS VILLA. (R) 

Wino, pseua. SEE Veber, Michel. 

Noble & Noble Publishers, Inc. 
IDYLLS OF THE KING. 
JULIUS CAESAR. 

Nohain, Jean. 

CAVALIER SEITL. (R) 
Nolan, Paul T. 

LAST WEEK I WAS NINETY-FIVE. 
Noonan, Albert Eugene. 
PINKELSTEIN. 

Noonan, Martin C., Jr. 
GRASSROOTS . 

Nordholm, Harriet. 
LA BOHEME. 
CINDERELLA . 
LOHENGRIN . 

THE MAGIC FLUTE. 

THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO, 

MARTHA . 

PAGLIACCI. 

LA TRAVIATA. 
XL TROVATORE. 

Nordskog, A. J. 
HIGH STAKES. 
Noriega, Jerry C. 
THE SCARRED EYE. 
Norris, James J. 

COMMENTARY ON THE CONSTITUTION ON 
THE CHURCH IN THE MODERN WORLD, 
CRITICAL AREAS: INTERNATIONAL ORDER, 
STATEMENT AT THE CONFERENCE ON THE 
MAIN THEOLOGICAL ISSUES OF VATICAN 
COUNCIL II, UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE 
DAME, INDIANA. 

Norris, Robert K. 

BRINE ON THE ROCKS. 

North, Beatrice Maria Prada. 
THE BOX. 

North, Elsa A. 

A UNIQUE GLASS TECHNOLOGY. 

North, Melbourne J. 

A UNIQUE GLASS TECHNOLOGY. 
Northwest Bancorporation. 

SPOTLIGHT ON EMPLOYEE BENEFITS. 

Norvell, Anthony. 

YOU AND THE STARS. 
Norwood, Dorothy. 

A DENIED MOTHER. 
Notre Dame, Ind. University. 

THE AGGIORNAMENTO OF VATICAN II. 

THE CHALLENGE OF THE WORLD TODAY 
AFTER THE COUNCIL. 

THE CHURCH IN THE MODERN WORLD FROM 
A PROTESTANT POINT OF VIEW. 

THE CHURCH IN THE WORLD TODAY: SUG- 
GESTIONS FOR FUTURE DOCTRINAL 
DEVELOPMENT . 

COMMENTARY ON THE CONSTITUTION ON 
THE CHURCH IN THE MODERN WORLD, 
CRITICAL AREAS: INTERNATIONAL ORDER, 
STATEMENT AT THE CONFERENCE ON THE 
MAIN THEOLOGICAL ISSUES OF VATICAN 
COUNCIL II, UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE 
DAME, INDIANA. 

THE CONSTITUTION LUMEN GENTIUM AND 
THE FATHERS OF THE CHURCH. 

CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH IN THE 
MODERN WORLD SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC 
LIFE. 

CONSTITUTION ON THE SACRED LITURGY. 

DECLARATION ON NON-CHRISTIAN 
RELIGIONS. 

THE DECLARATION ON RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. 

DECLARATION ON THE RELATION OF THE 
CHURCH TO NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS. 

THE DECREE ON ECUMENISM. 

THE DOCTRINE OF VATICAN COUNCIL II 
ON THE VIRGIN MRY. 

DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION ON DIVINE 
REVELATION. 

DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH 
LUMEN GENTIUM, 



THE ESCHATOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF THE 

CHURCH . 
THE HIERARCHICAL STRUCTURE OF THE 

CHURCH . 
THE LAITY. 

MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY. 
MEDITATION ON THE CHURCH. 
NOTES FOR COMMENTS ON VATICAN II AND 

PROTESTANT THEOLOGY IN AMERICA 

TODAY AND TOMORROW. 
PASTORAL CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH 

IN THE MODERN WORLD. 
PASTORAL CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH 

IN THE MODERN WORLD CRITICAL AREAS: 

CULTURE AND POLITICAL LIFE. 
PASTORAL CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH 

IN THE WORLD TODAY: GENESIS, 

SIGNIFICANCE, INTRODUCTION. 
THE PEOPLE OF GOD. 
POLITICAL LIFE. 
A PROTESTANT POINT OF VIEW. 
SCRIPTURAL ASPECTS OF THE DOGMATIC 

CONSTITUTION ON DIVINE REVELATION. 
SOME HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE 

DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION LUMEN 

GENTIUM. 
THE TASK OF THEOLOGY AFTER THE II 

VATICAN COUNCIL. 
THE UNTVERSAL CALL TO HOLINESS. 
THE VATICAN COUNCIL AND ORTHODOX 

THEOLOGY IN AMERICA TODAY. 
VATICAN II AND CATHOLIC THEOLOGY 

TODAY AND TOMORROW IN AMERICA. 
Novello & Co., Ltd. 
THE JUDAS TREE, 
THE MARBLE GUEST. 

Nann, Leona Day. 
SLACK. 



O'Hare, John M. 

TWICE YEARLY, DARLING. 
O'Hare, John Michael. 
ONCE OVERNIGHTLY. 

Ohlson, Thomas. 

GOLD, FRANKINCENSE, CHRISTMAS TREE 

ORNAMENTS, AND MYRRH. 
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING. 



o 



Obaldia, RenI de. 

LE COSMONAUTE AGRICOLE. 
DU VENT DANS LAS BRANCHES DE 
SASSAFRAS. 

Oberfeld, C. 

LE ROSIER DE MADAME HUSSON. (R) 

O'Brien, Donald Edward. 
IT'S A MATTER OF LAW. 

O'Brian, Mollie. 
DREAMING. (R) 

O'Connell, Richard. 
STOPWATCH. 

O'Connor, Edwin. 
I WAS DANCING. 

Odets, Clifford. 

THE CUBAN PLAY. (R) 
ROCKET TO THE MOON. (R) 

Odets, Nora. 

THE CUBAN PLAY. (R) 
ROCKET TO THE MOON. (R) 

Odets, Walt Whitman. 
THE CUBAN PLAY. (R) 
ROCKET TO THE MOON. (R) 

O'Donnell, Francis J. 

SMASH. 
Odriozola, Suzanne P. 

DOROTHY AND THE WIZARD IN OZ . 

OZMA OF OZ. 

Odyssey Press, Inc. 

BRITISH PLAYS OP THE NINETEENTH 

CENTURY . 
CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE'S DR. FAUSTUS . 

Oehring, Richard Earl. 
IT MAKES SEANCE. 

Oesterrelchische Verlagsanstalt, 
G.M.B.H. 
IM SCHACHSPIEL UM EUROPA. 

Offenbach, Jacques. 
DIE SEUFZERBRUCKE. 

O'Halloran, Maura. SEE Halloran, 
Marguerite A. 



Olcott, James, pseud. 
Isabel . 



SEE Kerst, 



Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp. SEE General Motors Corp. 
Oldsmobile Division. 

Oliver, Fedeli. 

AS TOUGH AS THEY ARE. 
Oliver, John J. 

MOZART'S DON GIOVANNI. 
Oliver, Revilo Pendleton. 

PLAYS OF THE YEAR, VOLUME 29. 

Oliver, Tom, pseud. SEE Crehore, 
Thomas Oliver. 

Olson, William C. 

MID-CENTURY PLUS: WHAT ARE THE GREAT 
WORLD ISSUES NOW. 

O'Mara, Pat. SEE O'Mara, Timothy 

Joseph . 
O'Mara, Timothy Joseph. 

THE TRAIL THAT IS ALWAYS NEW. 
Onnaverra, Mirriam, pseud. SEE Cohen, 

Miriam. 
Opat, Leo M. 

LIVING CHRISTMAS CARD. 
Oppenheim, Mike. 

THE POPULATION EXPLOSION. 

O'Reilly, James. 

ONCE UPON A DREAM. 

Orff, Carl. 

OEDIPUS DER TYRANN, 

TRIONFI. 
Ornstein, Robert J. 

OPEN-TO-BUY. 

Orr, William F. 

THE KING OF KINGS & I. 
Orth, R. G. 

BE-DECKIN' THE HALLS. 

Osband, Lester W. 

SO THAT MY SOUL MIGHT SEE. 
Osborn, Paul. 

ON BORROWED TIME. (R) 
Osborne, Adam. 

CHRIST'S TROUSERS. 

Osgood, Betty. 

HANDS OFF! DON'T TOUCH. 
Oshypko, Sylvia L, 
THE DECISION. 

Osnato, Anthony. 

SNOWDOUN'S KNIGHT. 

Ostrovsky, Alexander. 
THE SCOUNDREL. 

Otten, Anna. 

MENSCH UND ZET. 
Ouellette, Gratien. 

TEDDY . 
Oulmont, Charles. 

TU CROIS AVOIR AIME. (R) 

Cutler, Albert. 

NOTES FOR COMMENTS ON VATICAN II AND 
PROTESTANT THEOLOGY IN AMERICA 
TODAY AND TOMORROW. 

Owen, Paul H. 

THE EXTREMISTS. 
Owen, Reginald. 

THE FEMALE ANIMAL. 

Owens, Rochelle, pseud. SEE Economou, 

Rochelle. 
Oxford University press. , 

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART I, 1598. 

PLANCTUS MARIAE. 

RICHARD THE SECOND, 1597- 



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NAME INDEX 



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Oxford University Press, Inc. 

FOUR PLAYS BY SOPHOCLES. 
Ozmon, Howard A., Jr. 
OTHELLO TWO. 



Paal (Prank) Production. 

THE DRY SEASON AND THE LOOPHOLE. 
Paal (Frank) Productions. 

DRY SEASON. 

Paal, Frank F. 
DRY SEASON. 
THE DRY SEASON AND THE LOOPHOLE. 

Pacific Finance Corp. 

BASIC TELEPHONE COLLECTIONS. 
INTERVIEWING NEW LOAN CUSTOMERS. 
INTERVIEWING PRESENT CUSTOMERS. 

Pacific School of Religion. SEE 

Berkeley, Calif. Pacific School of 
Religion. 

Packard, William. 
RACINE: PHEDRE. 

Packham, William R. 

GOLD GUITAR. 
Page, Arthur Wellington. 
MISSOURI MULE. 
MISSOURI MULE. (R) 
Palslello, Giovanni. 

IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA. 
Palmer, Anthony. 

TO A SMALL AND QUIET WAR COMES A 
LOUD FRONT. 
Panklewlcz, Connie. 

FRIGHTENING BUT EXCITING. 
Panwlcz, Jan. 

THE GREATEST TWENTIETH CENTURY 
BEAUTY LOVER AND THE COUPLE NEXT 
DOOR. 

Paoluccl, Anne. 
DARK ON SUNDAY. 
IN THE SIGN OF ARIES. 
SAMARRA AT SEVEN. 
'THE SHORT SEASON. 

Paoustovski, Constantin. 

LE TEMPS DES GRANDES ESPERANCES. 

Parentl, Mario. 
ROBERTO DEVEREUX. 
ZELMIRA. 

Park Lake Enterprises, Inc. 
THE NEW YORKERS. 

Parker, Dorothy. 
BIG BLONDE. 

Parker, Edith De Blois Laskey. 
THE HEART OF TECUMSEH. 

Parker, Evalyn Gares. 

THE FROG PRINCE. (R) 
Parker, Ken. 

APPARTEMENT MIT EIGENEM MORD . 

DEIN BIS GESTERN. 
THREE PLAYS FOR TELEVISION. 
Parker, Robert C. 

CASTLE MAXIMUS. 

Pascal, Vidette, pseud. SEE Bucher, 
Andrea. 

Pasquarella, Rudolph. 

PARTY GIRLS. 
Passage, Charles E. 

GOTZ VON BERLICHINGEN. 
Passeur, Steve. 

A MEASURE OF CRUELTY. 

PLAYS OF THE YEAR^ VOLUME 29. 

Paterson, Morton L. 
FLY AWAY HOME, 

Patrick Productions, Inc. 
PEPPY, THE CHAMP. 

Patterson, Winifred R. 
MY LADY'S IN HADES. 

Paul, Jack. 

SORRY, YOU'RE A WINNER. 
PauluSj Stanley J. 

THEY'RE WILD. 
Paxton, Scot. 

ME, MYSELF AND THAT OTHER FELLOW. 



Paynter, Theodosla. 

CINDERELLA'S SLIPPER. (R) 
PEEP SHOW PARK. (R) 
RIP VAN WINKLE. (R) 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS. (R) 
WHITE GYPSY. (R) 

Peace J George J. 

THE LOVE BUG. 
Peach Music, Inc. 

STILL ALIVE IN '65. 

Pearson, Gerald Neils. 

BEYOND THE SOUTH. 
Peer International Corp. 

HOCKEY HERE TONIGHT. 

RINDERCELLA. 

Pekarek, Arthur L. 
SCRAMBLE . 

Pella, Dorothy. 

THE BULB SNATCHERS. 

Pelotte, Bruce. 

STRANGE RIVALS. 
Peluso, Emanuel. 
GOOD DAY. 

Pemberton, Madge. 

EMPEROR OF MAKE-BELIEVE. (R) 

Pergamon Press, Ltd. 

EL ALCALDE DE ZALAMEA. 
AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK III: PLAYS 
ABOUT EARLY MODERN TIMES. 
AWAKE TO HISTORY, BOOK IV: PLAYS 

ABOUT MODERN TIMES. 
EL CASTIGO SIN VENGANZA. 

Perlmutter, Leonard L. 
ALL AT S.E.A. 

PerlongOj Robert. 
PISTOL FEVER. 

Perrin, Reine Sainte Marie. SEE 

Claudel, Reine Sainte Marie Perrin. 

Perry, Edward Samuel. 
GO WHERE THE DUCKS ARE. 

Perry, Glen. 

THE YORKSHIRE ROSE. (R) 
Perry, Jerry Paul. 

THE VINDICATION OF GOD AS ATTEMPTED 
BY ISAIAH OF JERUSALEM AND APPRO- 
PRIATELY SCORNED BY A MODERN 
AUDIENCE. 

Perry, Lawrence. 

THE YORKSHIRE ROSE. (R) 
Perry, Roger. 

THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO OF ALL. 

Persall, Mishael Navonad . 

THE FORGOTTEN VALLEY. 
Petersen (R. J.) Associates, Inc. 
CURTISS E. DRIVER. 

Peterson, David C. 

ICE CREAM SEVEN TIMES A DAY. 

Peterson, John W. 
NO GREATER LOVE'. 

Petroclchlno, Dimltrl. 

LE VALET MAITRE. (R) 
Petrov, Eugene. 

SHOW ME A RICH MAN. 

Pflanzer, Howard. 
SETUP FOR GLORY. 

Pflanzer, Howard E. 
IT'S YOUR TURN NOW. 



Picou, Freddie. 
THE RANGERS. 

Pierce, Pauline E. 

THE DAY THE PRESIDENT RESIGNED, 



SEE Persall, 



Publisher, Inc. 



Pflaum (George A. 

I CARE. 
Pheatt, Richard Cadwell. 

THE BALLAD OF MARIAN MOORE. 



Phillips, David, pseud. SEE Seff, 
Richard. 

Phillips, Dorothy May. 

TWO SEVENS MAKE THE DEVIL. 

Phillips, Waldo B. 

THE THERAPEUTICS OF THE BLUES. 

Phipps, Simon, 
HERE TODAY. 
LET'S BE DEVILS. 



Piersall, Michel, pseud. 
Mishael Navonad. 

Pllchowskl, Robert. 
AKTION BUSSARD. 

Pildltch, Charles R. 

WINDOWS, 
Pillement, Georges. 

PIECES CYNIQUES. 



Pimsleur, Paul. 

SPEAK AND READ ESSENTIAL SPANISH. 

Plneau Quercy, Jacquillne Breitel. 
LE VALET MAITRE. (R) 

Pinelli, Tulllo. 
RE HASSAN, (R) 

Plttman, Arthur. 

POSSIBILITIES, ANN'S LIFE. 
Planemar Music Co. 

DEVOTION. 
Plant, Richard. 
LIZZIE BORDEN. 
Pletzke, Marvin C. 
THREE ON A MATCH. 

Plonkey, Carol Ann. 
LA MOZA DE CANTARO, 

Plonkey, Kenneth D, 
LA MOZA DE CANTARO, 
Ploss, James J. 

THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO OF ALL. 

Pluch, Erlka . 

PERPETUUM MOBILE, 

Plumptre, Harold, 
WINDFALLS, (R) 

Poocl, Prank, 

THE WISHING FAIRY. 
Pogogline, Nlcolai F^dorovltch. 

THEATRE SOVTfiTIO.UE CONTEMPORAIN. 
Polay, Bruce. 

THE LATE IvlARTY WASHINGTON WHO MIGHT 
AS WELL BE DEAD. 
Polharaus, Al. 

BUBBLE TROUBLE. 

SKY HIGH, 

Poling, Kerrait William, 
A CROWN OF THORNS. 

Pollack, Belle. 

MY MOTHER'S FAVORITE COUCH, 

Pollard, Sterling Franklin. 
GENERALLY. 

Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp. SEE General Motors Corp. 
Pontiac Motor Division. 

Pope, William. 
PARTY IN ROME, 

Popkin, Henry. 
GHOSTS, 

Popplewell, jack. 

BUSYBODY . 
Poquelin, Jean Baptiste. 

LE BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME. 

Porat, Yoram. 

FISCHER. 
Porter, Richard. 

WHEN THE raiSTLE BLOWS, ANYTHING 
GOES. 
Porter, William Sydney. 

THE COP AND THE ANTHEM, 

Porterfleld, Robert. 

GOODBYE, MR. CHIPS, (R) 

Portnoy, Hov;ard S. 

AN APOLOGY, A PROMISE, AND A PRAYER. 
THE MOTHER D4AGE. 
Posey, Charles Rowland. 
A HAIR OF THE DOG, 
PROPHET WITHOUT HONOR, 
Post, Levi Arnold. 
DYSCOLUS. 



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Poston, A. P. 

ARE YOU ON THE BALL. 
Pothier, Charles Louis. 

L' INVITE INATTENDU. (R) 
Pothler, Fernande Lepigeon. 

L' INVITE INATTENDU. (R) 

Potts, Mabel. 
TOINETTE. 

Potts J Ralph Bushnell. 
LITTLE MAN, BIG LOVE. 
Powell , Arnold F. 
ABOUT . 
WAY OUT. 

Powell, Jessie J. 
THE LAST JEWEL. 

Poyser, Thomas 0. 

YOUR COMMUNITY AND YOU. 

Prada, Beatrlz Maria. SEE North, 

Beatrice Maria Prada. 
Preminger, Michael. 

RALPH AND ROSEY TEEVEE. 
Prentice-Hall. Inc. 

LE BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME. 
THE PLAY AND THE READER. 

President and Regents of Washington 
State University. SEE Washington 
(State) State University, Pullmap. 
President and Regents. 
Preston, Joe T, 

FACTORS AFFECTING THE ISOLATION AND 
ACTION OF A MITOGENIC AGENT, THE 
SECOND FACTOR. 

Priestley, J. B. 

DIE FAMILIE CONWAY. (R) 

Prince, Barry Harte. 

THIRTEEN - TWENTY- ONE. 

Prince, Joseph Malcolm. 

IT'S IMPERATIVE IN THE NEW TESTAMENT. 

Pro Foundation, Arlington, Va. 
ONE LITTLE GUY. 

Procel, Paula. SEE Llnd, Paula Procel. 

Pronko, Leonard C. 

THREE MODERN FRENCH PLAYS OF THE 
IMAGINATION. 



Proust, Marcel. 
SILHOUETTE. 

Prow 



•owse (Keith) Music Pub 
MATILDA, BASIL & JASPE 



.^ . Co., 

JASPER. (R) 



Ltd. 



Puccini, Giacomo. 
LA BOHEME. 

Puck, Ruby. 
HEY SIS. (R) 

Puget, Claude Andre. 

LES JOURS HEUREUX. (R) 

Pulaski, Charles A. 

HOME RUN HITTER, HILLY DOLE. 
Pulaski, Harlow E. 
THE DRIFTER. 

Pullano, Frank. 

TWO JOLLY FRIARS. 

Purnell, George B. 

A TALE FOR CHRISTMAS. 

THE WISTER WONDERLAND CIRCUS. 

Purvis, Florence. 

THE ART OF LITURGICAL MOVEMENT; BOOK 
ONE: THE LORD'S PRAYER. 



Quaker State Oil Refining Corp. 

THE OTHER SIDE OP THE PICTURE. 
Quam, Mylo. 

JOHNNY RANSOM. 
Quercy, Jacqueline Breitel Pineau. SEE 

Pineau Quercy, Jacqueline Breitel. 
Quick, John Batiste. 

HONORABLE MENTION. 



Quintero Ramirez, Antonio. 
UNA ESTRELLA PARA TODOS. 
Quirk, Thomas Joseph. 

THE JOHN WOODMAN HIGGINS ARMOR 
MUSEUM. 

OPERATION FIREFLY. 
RUN, SHEEP, RUN. 



SEE Wagner- 



R 



Rahner, Karl. 

THE TASK OF THEOLOGY AFTER THE II 

VATICAN COUNCIL. 
THEOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 

Ramsen, Allan, pseud. SEE Abramsen, 
Alvan . 

Rand, Alex, pseud. SEE Vilan, Demetrios. 

Rand, John, pseud. SEE Reach, James. 

Randall, Mardene. 
TEMPEST IN A TRUNK. 
Rank, Daniel, pseud. SEE McGlynn, 
Daniel R. 
Ranki, GySrgy. 

CIRKUSZ. 
Ransom, John L. 
JOHNNY RANSOM. 

Raphaelson, Samson. 

TO A DRUNKEN SKYLARK. (R) 
Rasbury, Ruth L. Grandstaff. 
WIN, PLACE, SHOW. 

Rasin, Carrie. 

THE REVELATION OF ST. CARROL. 

Raucher, Herman. 

THE LAUGHTER NEXT DOOR. 

Rauen, Mardie. 
MONEY MADNESS. 

Ravelj Aviva, pseud. SEE Rubalsky, 
Eva. 

Ravin, Abe. 

NORMAL SPLITTING OF THE SECOND SOUND. 
Rawlins, H, A. 

THE SERGEANT RAWLINS STORY. 

Rawls, Lou. 

SOUTHS IDE BLUES. 

STREET CORNER HUSTLER BLUES. 

Ray, Candis 0. 

CARPET RADIO COMMERCIALS. 

Raymond, Maurice. 

WITH CUNNING AND SKILL. 

Raytheon Co. 

THE BEN AND JOAN STORY. 
Reach, James. 

CALLING ALL STARS, NO.l. (R) 

CAMP CALAMITY. (R) 

CASE OF THE LAUGHING DWARF. (R) 

CHEESE COTTAGE. fRi 

CRADLE AND ALL. (R) 

CRAZY HOUSE. (R) 

DANGER, GIRLS WORKING. (R) 

HER FIRST PARTY DRESS. (R) 

HOORAY FOR YOUTH. (R) 

THE INNOCENT ONE. 

KEEP DREAMING. (R) 
LITTLE OLD LADY. (R) 

MURDER AT THE DE SOTO. (R) 

PURPLE TORCH. (R) 

Reade, Leslie. 

MY SISTER EILEEN. (R) 

Redding, Edward O'Carolan 
LOVE IS AN ART. (r) 

Redding, Erma Joyce. 

YOUR MY FAMILY- BE MINE. 
Reed, Hank. 

THE UNFOLDING BOOK OF LIFE. 

Reed, Treiva Jean. 

THE WOLF IN SHEEP'S rr.nTHTMa 
Reese, I. May. 
A PROMISE KEPT. 
Regehr, Lydia. 

THE PIRATE'S OPERA. 



Regenbaum, Kenneth. 
MR. MRS. MR. MISSES. 
MOTHER IS A THING. 
BOY, IT'S RED. 

Regeny, Rudolf Wagner. 
Regeny, Rudolf. 
Reich,. Richard . 
PETS. 

Reid, Donald. 

FIFTH HORSEMAN. (R) 
Reilly, William J. 

HOW ARE THINGS ON YOUR ISLAND. 
Relnert, Otto. 

MODERN DRAMA. 

Reiss, A.G. Theaterverlag. 

DER TOD DES PRASIDENTEN. 
Reiss, Elayne. 

MR. PHONICS. 
Rendely, Richard Roy. 

SPORTS SPOTS. 

Republic Steel Corp. 

INGOT SOUNDNESS IN FORGING QUALITY 
STEEL. 

SURFACE CONDITIONING OF FORGING 
QUALITY STEEL. 
Resnik, Henry. 

NOBODY'S PERFECT. 
Resnik, Michael. 

NOBODY'S PERFECT. 
Resnik, Muriel. 

NOBODY'S PERFECT. 

Reusch, Hans. 
THE PAPERS. 

Rew, Tacie Hanna. 

WHEN STARS SHINE. (R) 

Reyher, Loren D. 

ROSES IN THE SQUARE. 
Reynolds, Jean Flynn. 

SNOWDOUN'S KNIGHT. 
Rhymer, Mary Frances. 

VIC AND SADE. (R) 
Rhyiner, Paul M. 

VIC AND SADE. (R) 
Rhymer, Mrs. Paul M. 

VIC AND SADE. (R) 
Rhymer, Paul Parke. 

VIC AND SADE. (R) 

Ribman, Ronald. 

HARRY, NOON AND NIGHT. 
Ribner, Irving. 

CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE'S DR. FAUSTUS. 

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS. 

Rice, Elmer. 

AMERICAN LANDSCAPE. (R) 
THE IRON CROSS. 
THE SIEGE OF BERLIN. (R) 

Rice, Walter Douglas. 

THE RAT RACE. 
Richardson, Jack. 

XMAS IN LAS VEGAS. 
Richer, Jean. 

OEUVRES COMPLEMENTAIRES DE GERARD DE 
NERVAL, III. 
Richler, Mordecai. 

STICK YOUR NECK OUT. 

Richman, Peter Mark. 

HEAVY HEAVY WHAT HANGS OVER.' 

Richman, Sol. 

FOR LOVE OR MONEY. 
Rickey, H. Wynn. 

CARMEN. 

Ricordi (G.) & C, S.P.A. 
L'ALBERGO DEI POVERI . 
IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA. 
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 
ROBERTO DEVEREUX. 
VU DU PONT. 

Ries, Estelle H. 

THE INVENTOR. 

THE LOVES OF ANGELICA KAUPPMANN. 

THE MAN OF TWO LIVES. 
Riley, Jean. 

THE HAPPY BURRO. 
Rinaldi, Alfred Ernest, Jr. 

THE GRASS IS RED. 



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87 



Rincon, Reynaldo Lopez del. 
LA DIVINA INFIEL. 

Ringer, Boyd Michael. 

THE BREAK IN THE MIRROR. 
THE SIXTH UNIVERSE. 

Rltter, Louis Ambrose. 

IF SO BE THOU MAYEST PREVAIL. (R) 

Riva,. Raymond T. 

ARDELE & PAUVRE BITOS. 
Roberts, Bernelda. 

COME. OUT, COME OUT. WHEREVER YOU 
ARE. 

Roberts, Dennis. 

THE SEEDS OF HATE. 

Roberts, Helen F. 

THE ROLE OF VISUAL MATERIALS. 
STRETCH THE BUDGET. 

Roberts, John Charles. 
SOMETHING LIKE A WALTZ. 



Romano, Ralph. 

ELBOS AND ELVERSE ELF. 

Romer, Connie, pseud. SEE Bennett, 
Connie Lee. 



Roberts, Les, pseud. 
Lester A. 



SEE Roubert, 



Roberts, Ruth V. 

TEARS OF BLOOD. 
Roberts, Walter. 

AN AFTERNOON WITH UNCLE REMUS. 
DICK WHITTIKGTON. 
THE NIGHTINGALE. 
Robertson, Grace. 

1978 STARTS A PRIMITIVE ERA IN 
WASHINGTON. 

Robin, Luc. 

L'OEUF A LA COQUE. 

Robinson, Bertrand 

LADIES DAY. (R) 
Robinson, Charles Alexander, Jr. 

SOPHOCLES: THE THEBAN SAGA. 

Robinson, Dora. 

SATURDAY NIGHT. 
Robinson, Lennox. 

IS LIFE WORTH LIVING. (R) 
Robinson, Mrs. Lennox. 

IS LIFE WORTH LIVING. (R) 

Robinson, Mary Louise. 
RAG ROLL. 

Robiscoe, James John. 

POUE PEOPLE, FIVE CHAIRS. 

Rocket Pictures, Inc. 
WHO WILL REMEMBER. 

Rockman, Estelle. 

THE EASTER EGGS THAT CRACKED. 
Roddey, Gloria J. 

THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MAN 
A SCALE FOR DIKE. 
Rodeheaver Co. 

CHRISTMAS COMES TO THE CAREY'S. 
FRIENDLY FOREST. (R) 
GOD'S HANDIWORK. 
THE LAMB OF GOD. 
THE LIGHT OF PEACE. 
UNTO ALL MANKIND. 

Rodes, David Stuart. 
THE VIRTUOSO. 

Rodewald, Josef ina G. 

MONA. 
Rodgers, William, 

THE NIGHT EXPECTANT. 
Rodgers, William D. 

NEVER IS A LONG TIME. 

Rodriguez Saurez, Roberto. 
LAS VENTAKAS. 
WINDOWS . 

Rogers, Donna. 

THE UNDERTAKER. 
Roland, Jean. 

INTERDIT AUX MESSIEURS. 
Rolland, Marie Mikhailova-Cuvillier 

ROBESPIERRE. (R) 
Rolland, Remain. 

ROBESPIERRE. (R) 



Romer, Jay, pseud. 
Seymour. 



SEE Bennett, 



Roos, Frances Homer. 

TRIUMPH, MY BRITAIN. (R) 
Roos, William E. 

TRIPLE PLAY. (R) 
Roose -Evans, James. 

PLAYS OF THE YEAR, VOLUME 29. 
Rose, Marilyn Gaddis. 

ULYSSES IN PORT. 
Rose, Reginald. 

NO CRIME IN THE STREETS. 

Roselius, Ludwig. 

GUDRUN, (R) 
Rosencrans, Leo S. 

HOW MUCH IS A MIRACLE. 

Roskam, Clair. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

Rosoy, Victor Sergu^i^vitch. 

THEATRE S0VX6tIQUE CONTEMPORAIN. 
Ross, George. 

SUNSET ON THE PRAIRIE. 
Rossellini, Renzo. 

VU DU PONT. 
Rossini, Gloacchino. 
CINDERELLA. 

ossini, C 

ZELMIRA. 

Rossinow, Martin M. 

AN INTERVIEW WITH FAMOUS PEOPLE OF 
OUR TIME. 

Rostand, Edmond. 

CYRANO DE BERGERAC. 
Rostrum Records, Inc. 

VIETNAM, VOICES OF PROTEST AND 
POLICY. 

Roth, Jeffrey Irwin. 

FOUR WHO ENTERED PARADISE. 

Roth, Yehuda Dov. 
WHO HUNG LIAR. 

Roubert, Lester A. 

HOLIDAY IN THE AFTERNOON. 

Rousselot, Jean. 

LE FAVORI. 
Rousselot, John H. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: INTER 

VIEW WITH LEONARD PATTERSON. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: JOHN 
H. ROUSSELOT INTERVIEWING LEONARD 
PATTERSON. 

Rowe, Janice C. 

JANITOR ON A BEACH. 
Rowe, Paul George. 

JANITOR ON A BEACH. 

Rowley, William. 
THE CHANGELING. 

Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H. 
AKTION BUSSARD. 

HEROSTRAT. 
Royal Musical Assn. 

CUPID AND DEATH. 

Rubalsky, Eva. 
SOFT VOICES. 
THE TUESDAY GAMES. 

Ruben, Jose. 

TALL WEEDS. 
Rubinchik, Max. 

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE SCENE. 
Rubio, Jose Lopez. 

LA VENDA EN LOS OJOS>. 
Rudd, Bernard. 

THE ASHES OF MRS. REASONER. 
Rudd, Enid. 

THE ASHES OF MRS. REASONER. 

PETERPAT . 



Rudelsberger, Hans. 

DER TRAUM DES LIU- TUNG. 

Rudnick, Faye Kurland. 

MY FAIR YENTA. 
Ruffini, Giovanni. 

DON PASaUALS. 
Ruffini, Eugene. 

PILOT FOR PROPOSED JO MH.TJTE TV 
C0I4EDY SERIES. 

Ruggiero, Salvatore. 

ALL OT ENEJ.IIES. 

THE SPECTRUH. 
Ruggiero, Salvatore A. 

THE PLAi;. 

Ruiz, Luis Soto. SEE Soto-Ruiz, Luis. 

Rush, David. 
THE FOOLS. 

Rush, James J. 
CONFITEOR. 
NOT A WAY OF LIFE. 

Rusk, James. 

THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN 
BUMBLEBEE . 

Russell, Marie Hamilton. 
FRAGILE LEVERS. 
Rutner, Marc. 

FREEDOM'S TRAP. 
Ryan, Florence. 

LA FEI1ME DE MA VIE. (R) 

LE ROSIER DE MADAME HUSSON. (R) 

LE TRAIN POUR VENISE. (R) 

Ryman, Bryan. 
IS VARA. 



Ryser, Alexandra, 
Lynn. 



pseud. SEE Mertke, 



Sabath, Bernard. 

A FIERCE AMD DANGEROUS VISITOR. 
THE MAN WHO LOST THE RIVER. 



SEE Espeyran, 



Sabatier, Pierre, pseud. 
Pierre Sabatier d' . 

Sadler, Dorothy S. 

REVILLE AT ENDSVILLE. 



Safier, Daniel. 

THE STRANGE JOURNEY OF THE LONE ONE. 

Sager, Gordon. 
THE THIRD ACT. 

St. Clair, Robert. 

FINAL TRIUMPH. (R) 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DIC- 
TATION BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DIC- 
TATION BY BELOVED ASCENDED MASTER 
SAINT GERMAIN. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED DADDY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED GOD HARMONY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED GODDESS OF 
JUSTICE. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED GODDESS OF 
LIBERTY^ 
CORRESPOitoiNG TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED GODDESS OF 

LIGHT . 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED LADY MASTER 

NADA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DIC- 
TATION BY BELOVED LORD MAHA CHOHAN. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED LORD MAITREYA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MARY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS 

THE CHRIST. 



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Jan. -June 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DIC- 
TATION BY BELOVED MESSENGER NO.l 

PROM THE SECRET LOVE STAR, 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MIGHTY ASTREA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED MIGHTY 
CYCLOPEA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MIGHTY DIVINE 

DIRECTOR. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MIGHTY HER- 
CULES. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MIGHTY K-17. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MIGHTY SANAT 

KUMARA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DIC- 
TATION BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED PRECIOUS SAINT 
GERMAIN. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DIC- 
TATION BY BELOVED RAY-0-LIGHT. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED SAINT KUMARA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED SANAT KUMARA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY GREAT ANGEL DEVA OF 

THE JADE TEMPLE. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY GREAT BELOVED DIVINE 

DIRECTOR, 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY GREAT COSMIC ANGEL 

ON WHOSE CROWN BLAZES THE WORD 

UNION. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY GREAT ELOHIM, BELOVED 

MIGHTY HERCULES. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY GREAT ELOHIM, MIGHTY 
HERCULES . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY GREAT ELOHIM OP PEACE. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY GREAT ELOHIM OP PURITY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY GREAT GOD TABOR. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY MIGHTY ARCTURUS . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY MIGHTY ASTREA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DIC- 
TATION BY MIGHTY BELOVED MASTER 

SAINT GERMAIN. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY MIGHTY BELOVED SAINT 
GERMAIN. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY MIGHTY ELOHIM OF 

PURITY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY MIGHTY VICTORY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY THE GREAT COSMIC 

PRESENCE OF THE LISTENING ANGEL. 
St. John, Wesley. 

LOVES OLD SWEET SONG. 

St. Paul Ski School & Sitzmark Ski 
Shop, Inc. 
SKI-O-TAPES OF ST. PAUL. 
Saint-Subber, Arnold. 

THE SUNDAY COMICS. 
St. Xavier College, Chicago. John 
XXIII Institute. 
CHRISTIANITY AND NON-CHRISTIAN 

RELIGIONS. 
THE FRAMEWORK OF CATHOLIC-PROTESTANT 

DISAGREEMENT', 
FREEDOM IN THE CHURCH. 
INSTITUTIONALIZED RELIGION. 
NATURE AND GRACE. 
THE PRINCIPAL PROBLEM FOR PROTESTANT 

THEOLOGY TODAY. 
THEOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 
Sala, James Bonham. 
THE FIFTH WINDOW, 
Salacrou, Armand. 

LA TERRE EST RONDE. (R) 
THEATRE VIII. 



Salaman, Dora Clement. 
SON FOR THE SEA. (R) 

Sale, William M. , III. 
OEDIPUS REX. 

Salerno, Bruno. 
LOOKING BACK. 

Sales, Richard de Roussy de. SEE 
De Sales, Richard de Roussy. 

Salt Institute. 

WAR AGAINST WINTER. 

Sandburg, Carl. 

ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS. (R) 

Sandberg, Marvin. 
TAKE MY MOTHER. 

Sanders, Hermann. 
THE CAT. 
Sanderson, Gary. 
THE THRONE ROOM. 

Sanderson, James L. 

PHAEDRA AND HIPPOLYTUS, MYTH AND 
DRAMATIC FORM. 

Sanderson, Paul E. 

AIRCRAFT RADIO COMMUNICATIONS. 
F. A. REGULATIONS; COMMERCIAL & RE- 
FRESHER, SECTION A-B, NARRATION. 
F. A. REGULATIONS; PRIVATE PILOT 
GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION A-B, NARRA- 
TION. 
IFR PLANNING & VOR FLIGHT; INSTRUMENT 
GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION A-B, NARRA- 
TION. 
IFR REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES; 
INSTRUMENT GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION 
A-C, NARRATION. 

INSTRUMENT FLIGHT CHARTS; INSTRUMENT 
GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION A-C, NARRA- 
TION. 
PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL, 
NAVIGATION. 
Sanderson Films, Inc. 

AIRCRAFT RADIO COMMUNICATIONS. 
F. A. REGULATIONS; COMMERCIAL & RE- 
FRESHER, SECTION A-B, NARRATION. 
P. A. REGULATIONS; PRIVATE PILOT 
GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION A-B, NARRA- 
TION. 
IFR PLANNING & VOR FLIGHT; INSTRUMENT 
GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION A-B, NARRA- 
TION. 
IFR REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES; 
INSTRUMENT GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION 
A-C, NARRATION. 

INSTRUMENT FLIGHT CHARTS; INSTRUMENT 
GROUND SCHOOL, SECTION A-C, NARRA- 
TION. 
PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL, 
NAVIGATION. 

Sandler, Dorothy L. 

PIAZZA SAN PIETRO E BASILICA. 
Sandy's Franchise, Inc. 

THREE SHOW-AND-TELL SCRIPTS: MEET 
MRS. HOMEMAKER;, AND EVERYTHING NICE; 
MEN ON THE MOVE. 

Sanford, Beth. 

HOUSE AT POOH CORNER. 

WINNIE-THE-POOH. 
Sanford, Stephen Jennings. 

THE TEASEDALE TROUT. 

Sarkissian, Elizabeth. 

CRY FOR THE MOON. 
Sarno, Joe. 

H F NO.l. 



Saunders, Malcolm, pseud. SEE 
Morlock, Frank Judson. 

said' ONE BROTHER TO THE OTHER. 

Savage, George. 
THAT'S MY BABY. 



fR) 



Saroyan, William. 

MY HEART'S IN THE HIGHLANDS. 
THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE. (R) 

Sartre, Jean Paul. 

LES TROYENNES. 
Satuloff, Robert. 

SING OUT, LOUISE. 
Saudemont, Andre. 

MA FEMME EST TIMBREE . (R) 
Sauer, Emil . 

DIE HEIRAT. (R) 
Saunders, Allen. 

CROWN ON THE HALL-TREE. (R) 



(R) 



Sayers, Dorothy L. SEE Fleming, 
Dorothy Leigh Sayers. 

Scarola, Catherine. 
BEHOLD IMMANUEL. 

Schaefer, G. A. Grant-. SEE Grant- 
Schaefer, G. A. 

Schadewaldt, Wolfgang. 
TRIONFI. 

Soharfman, Nitra. 

FIFTEEN MINUTES TO PELHAM PARKWAY. 

Schefrin, Aram Robert. 
KING UGLY. 

Scheidegger, Ernest. 
LES NEGRES. 

Schell, Maximilian. 
HEROSTRAT. 

Schenkkan, Robert. 

GHOSTS . 
Schiffer, Gertrude. 

MINNA AND DAVID. 
Schikaneder, Emanuel. 

MOZART'S MAGIC FLUTE. 

Schisgal, Murray. 

BARNEY KEMPINSKI'S NEW YORK. 

Schlottman, Howard A. 

FROM THE IRON Y. 
Schmemann, Alexander. 

FREEDOM IN THE CHURCH. 

Schmidt, Margaret. 

MISSOURI LEGEND, (R) 
Schmitz, John G. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
FEDERAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT. 
Schneider, Anne Kaufman, 

THE AMERICAN WAY. , (R) 

THE FABULOUS INVALID. (R) 
Schneider, Gloria M. 

A BULLET FOR BROCK. 

Schneider, Patricia Vought. 
CROSSROAD TO BETHLEHEM. 
THE YOUNGER SON. 
Schneider, R. E. 

I'M GETTING USED TO SUBURBIA. 
Schnitzler, Arthur. 
ONE HOUR OP LIFE. 

Schott's (B. ) SShne. 
ELEKTRONISCHE LIEBE. 
FRA DIAVOLO. 
OEDIPUS DER TYRANN. 
TRIONFI. 

Schrock, James Gladden. 
THE GREEN LUTE. 
MIGHTY GHOST 0' TH' LOVffiR GUNK. 

Schubert, E. E. 

MY DARLING VIOLETTA. 
Schubert, John. 

ZIEGFELD FOLLIES, 1939-1940. (R) 

Schubert, Melvin F. 

KETCHUM JUSTICE. 
Schumann, Elizabeth. 

BUTTERFLY . 

Schwartz, Jean. 

ZIEGFELD FOLLIES, 1959-1940. (R) 

Schwartz, Jerome J. 

STICK YOUR NECK OUT. 
Schwartz, Sam Carl. 

REVENGE BY BLACKMAIL. 
Schwartz, Sid L. 

PRIZE FAMILY. (R) 
Schwarz, Martha Elizabeth. 

TWENTY STEPS WITH LETTER TABS, AN 
AID TO BEGINNING READING. 
Schwarz, W. A. 

ELEKTRONISCHE LIEBE. 



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89 



Schwarzwald, Elinor. 

ELISABETH. 
Schwerin, Jules Victor. 

PANDEMONIUM BOX. 

Scott, Joelyn, pseud. SEE Gilchrist, 
Joelyn Scott. 

Scott, Lionel Franklin. 

THE AFTERNOON. 
Scott, Marian L. 

SILHOUETTE. 



Scott, Prlscilla, pseud. 
Belle. 

Scribe, Eugene. 
FRA DIAVOLO. 

Scribner's (Charles) Sons. 
ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS. (R) 
EIK ABEND IN DEN MUWCHNER 
KAMMERSPIELEN . 
Scutt, Winifred. 

GOLD, FRANKINCENSE AND MYRRH. 

Seaberg, Leonard. 

THE PECKING ORDER. 
Seeker (Martin) & Warburg, Ltd. 

BEATRICE CENCI. 
Security Pictures, Inc. 

BIG BLONDE. 
KRAKATOA. 

Sedler, Otto H. 

PIKE'S PICK. 
Seeley, Paul Stark. 

GOD'S HEALING LAW: 
HOW IT WORKS. 

Seff, Richard. 

THE WHOLE NINTH FLOOR. 

Segal, George. 
SALOON. 



SEE Pollack:, 



WHERE IT IS AND 



Segall, Harry. 

IT WAS LIKE THIS, 



(R) 



Segall, Martha Salonen. 
THE WILD HEMLOCK, (r) 
Selden, George. 

THE CHILDREN'S STORY. 
Select Theatres Corp. 
ERMINE UP TO DATE. (R) 
LADIES DAY. (R) 
PASSING SHOW OF 1939. (R) 
Sellers, Pete. 

DEVOTION. 
Selraer, Kathryn Lande. 

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF WYNKEN, 
BLYWKEN AND NOD. 
Selwyn, William E. 

SYNOPSIS OF A THEATRICAL PRESEN- 
TATION OF THE LIFE AND TIMES OF 
ADLAI STEVENSON. 

Senior, Edward. 

THE DOVES THAT DIDN'T COO. 
Serebreny, Raphael E. 
THE DREAM SHOP. 

Sergei, Kristin. 

NO CRIME IN THE STREETS. 
SEVEN DAYS IN MAY. 
Sergievsky, Orest. 

SQUARING THE CIRCLE. 

Serling, Rod. 

THE KILLING SEASON. 
7/13 Productions, Ltd. 

SAID ONE BROTHER TO THE OTHER. 
Seymour, Lorraine Mlchele 

"^51,"*°^° °^ AN ELASTIC BAND FOR 

THE MARRIAGE OF A WEDDING BAND 
THE WIND AND THE WILLOWS 

Shackelford, Viola Parish. 
THE YANKEES ARE COMING. 

Shadwell, Thomas. 
THE VIRTUOSO. 

Shaffer, Marjorle Luton. 
THE THIRD INAUGURAL. 



Shaffer, Peter. 

THE ROYAL HUNT OF THE SUN. 

Shaffer (Peter) Ltd. 

THE ROYAL HUNT OF THE SUN. 

Shaffer, Samuel. 

THE THIRD INAUGURAL. 

Shaffett, Alice. 

LOVE IS WHERE YOU FIND IT. 

Shafroth, Janet. 
SHADOW OP A DREAM. 

Shalnberg, Maurice. 

TWO HEARTS FROM ASIA. 
Shakespeare, William. 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL. 
BEACH GIRL. 

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS. 

CYMBELINE. 

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART I, 15 9B. 

JULIUS CAESAR. 

THE LIFE OF HENRY V. 

LOVES ' S LABOR ' S LOST . 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 

THE MERRY WTVES OF WINDSOR. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 

RICHARD THE SECOND, 1597. 

ROMEO AND JULIET. 

THREE HISTORIES. 

THE TRAGEDY OF CORIOLANUS . 

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET. 

TROILUS AND CRESSIDA. 

THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF 'VERONA. 

THE WINTER'S TALE. 

Shappin, Irwin. 

LOOKING FOR CORBY. 

Sharer, Michael, pseud. SEE Shuwarger, 

Michael. 
Sharp, Thomas H. 

THE MAKING OF A MAN. 

Shaw, Barbara. 

MID-VICTORIAN TRIFLE. (R) 
Shaw, Barnett. 

A BUG IN HER EAR. 
Shaw, Bernard. 

FOUR PLAYS. 
Shaw, Irwin. 

THE GENTLE PEOPLE. (R) 
Shaw, Pauline Kay. 

DON'T COLOR ME BLACK. 

Shaw, Thomas Henry. 

WINTER INCIDENT. 
Shearer, Guy C. 

THE LINCOLN HERITAGE AND LONG RUN. 

Shefter, Harry. 

CYRANO DE BERGERAC . 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 

ROMEO AND JULIET. 

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, 

Shelby Music. 

I AM A RAINBOW. 

Shellabarger, Samuel. 
PRINCE OF FOXES. 

Shelley, Elsa. 

THE GAME OF CONQUER. 

Shepard, Joan. 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. 

Shepard, Sam. 

FOURTEEN HUNDRED THOUSAND' 

ICARUS. 

MELODRAMA PLAY. 

RED CROSS. 

THREE AND MELONS. 

Sheppard, Madelyn. 

THE GREATEST GAME IN TOWN. 
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley. 

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL 
Sherp, Raymond R. 

THE RAIN ON THEIR FACES. 
Sherwood, Madeline H 

ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS (R) 
TOVARICH. (R) 
Sherwood, Robert E 
TOVARICH. (R) 



Sherwood, Robert Emmet. 

ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS. (R) 

Shevchik, Nicholas. 
THE GARDEN. 

Shingler, William G., Jr. 

BLUE LAW BLUES. 
Shinkman, Paul. 

PETTY ROUlffi), 
Showboat Co. 

HERE COt'lES THE SHOWBOAT. 

Shows, Virginia. 

NIGHTMARE WITH NO END. 

Shriver, Margaret. 

CARMEN. 
Shugrue, Michael. 

THE RECRUITING OFFICER. 

Shuwarger, Michael. 

THUNDER IN MONTE VISTA. 

Shyre, Paul. 

THE CHILD BUYER. 

Siday, Eric. 

ELECTROGENICS IN ACTION. 

Sidney, Horacio Sineiro. 
THAT NIGHT. 

Siegel, Elaine Vivian. 
COMING HOME. 

Siegel, Jack. 

THE GOLDEN MERMAID. 

Siegel, Jennie E. 

THE MAU MAU ROOM. 
Siegert, Georg. 

KENNEH SIE BEETHOVEN. 

Siegwald, Thomas J. 
THE IMAGE OF FORREST. 

Sievers, Anna Mariska. 

A STRANGE TWIST OF FATE. 

Silber, Philip. 

LOAre DOESN'T MAKE THE WORLD GO ROUND. 
Silberston, Martin. 

FANNY HILL. 

WHAT A PERFECT BUSINESS. 

Silin, Ruth. 

THE DENTIST'S APPRENTICE. 
WE'VE GOT MANNERS. 

Simcoe, Ben. 

REVOLT OF THE ELDERS. 
Simmons, E. Romayne . 

ERMINE UP TO DATE. (R) 
Simms, Winston. 

LECTURE NOTES ON AN INTRODUCTION TO 
ELEMENTARY SCIENCE AND ELEMENTARY 
STATISTICS. 

Simon, Cyril. 

WALKING DOWN FREEDOM'S HIGmJAY, 
Simon, Peggy. 

SAM STILLER, PRIVATE EYE. 
Simon, S. Sylvan. 

MELODRAMAS FOR MADAME. (R) 
Simone, Helen 0. 

THE GOLDEN GIRLS. 

Simpson, Kathy Ann. 
THE ENCOUNTER. 

Singer, Arthur H. 

ANOTHER MAN'S PLEASURE. 

Singer, Irving L. 

THE GRASS IS GREENER. 
Smgspiratlon, Inc. 

NO GREATER LOVE. 
Sisson, Charles Jasper 

THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. 
Sisson, Jonathan. 

SIZING UP. 
Sisson, Rosemary Anne. 

THE ACROBATS. 
Sisters of Providence, Saint Mary-of- 
the-Woods, Ind. 

WHO SIT IN DARKNESS. 



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Slttler, Joseph. 

THE CHURCH IN THE MODERN WORLD PROM 

A PROTESTANT POINT OF VIEW. 
THE PRINCIPAL PROBLEM FOR PROTESTANT 
THEOLOGY TODAY. 

Skill Centers J Inc. 

THE BEN AMD JOAN STORY. 
Sklar^ George. 

AND PEOPLE ALL AROUND. 

Skrlvanek, Camille. 
THE PERFECT WIFE. 
Skuta, Judith Marie. 
THE CRUISE. 

Slade, Susan. 

READY WHEN YOU ARE, C. B. 

Slater^ Frances Getman. 
WHOM SEEKEST THOU. 
Slessor, Ivy. 
LOST A MEMORY. 

Sloane, Robin, pseud. SEE Pierce, 

Pauline E. 
Sloves, Henri. 

VEILLEUR D'AUBE. 
Smalley, Webster. 

A TRIPTYCH FOR HIERONYMUS . 

Smelko, Albert L. 
AND WE ARE THREE. 

Smith, Basil N. 
STORMY 'S ISLE. 

Smith, Betty. 

MURDER IN THE SNOW. (R) 
WESTERN NIGHT. (R) 

Smith, Chester Leo. 
ALAS! IT DISAPPEARED. 

Smith, Demaris C. 

LEGACY TO THE WORLD, 

Smith, Dennis E. 

THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL. 
Smith, Dodie. 

DER ERSTE FRUHLINGTAG. (R) 

Smith, Earl Hobson. 

THE DANIEL BOONE STORY. 

Smith, Forrest G. 
A QUESTION PLEASE. 

Smith, James S. 

HALO WITH FEATHER. 

Smith, John D. 

HER EXCELLENCY. 
Smith, Julia F. 

CYNTHIA PARKER. fR) 
Smith, Mason Philip. 

THE CONFEDERATE PLOT AGAINST MAINE 
AND THE CALAIS BANK RAID. 

Smith, Peter Joseph. 
THE GAS TANK. 

Smith, Richard Dunstan. 

JUNE DAY IN TILLAMOOK VALLEY. 

Smith, Stanley. 
PISTOL FEVER. 

Smith, Thomas Erskine. 
MAN'S BEST FRIEND. 
Smoker, J. Bradley. 

BLACK DIAMOND. 
Smoker, Mary E. 
BLACK DIAMOND. 

Smoldon, William L. 
PEREGRINUS . 
PLANCTUS MARIAE. 

Smolen, Walter. 

THE SIREN OF ST. MALO. 
Smulow, David. 

JACK VERNON NO.I65. 

Snapp, Orville, pseud. SEE Braun, 
Wilbur . 
Snare, Eimas, pseud. SEE Evans, Sticks 

Snyder, Raymond Charles. 
GHOST OF A CHANCE. 



Soffer, Marjory. 

THE EMANCIPATED PEOPLE. 
QUALITY EDUCATION. 

Solomon, Joe. 

THE BLACK KLANSMAN. 
Solomon, Lawrence N. 

SMALL GROUP PROGRAMS FOR CONTINUING 
PERSONAL GROWTH. 

Soloway, Richard T. 

BOHDAN KHMEL'NYTS'KY. 
Soltsien (Helmut) Verlag. 
DER ABTRUNNIGE. 

Somerfeld, Robert. 

THERE ONCE WAS A HERMIT NAMED DAVE. 

Sondheim, Stephen. 
ROMEO AND JULIET. 

Sonnleithner, Joseph. 

FIDELIO. 
Sophocles . 

AJAX & ELECTRA. 
FOUR PLAYS BY SOPHOCLES. 
OEDIPUS DER TYRANN. 
OEDIPUS REX. 
OEDIPUS THE KING AND OEDIPUS AT 

COLONUS. 
SOPHOCLES: THE THEBAN SAGA. 

Sorell, Walter. 
CAIN AND EVIL. 

Sorensen, Marie L. 
TEMPEST IN A TRUNK. 

Soto-RuiZj Luis. 

NOSOTROS SOMOS DIGS. 
Souther, Darlene . 
BLUE RIDGE. 

Southgate, Howard. 

WHY IS A SHIP ALWAYS A SHE. 

Southwell, Florence C. 

ONTWAKEN TOT NIEUWHEID DES LEVENS. 
OPVAGNEN TIL LIVE, DER ALTID ER NYT . 
S'EVEILLER A UNE VIE NOUVELLE. 

Sowey, Carol Ann. 

A FINE TIME TO RUN. 

Spark, Muriel. 

DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY. 

Spears, Mary Ellen. 

DAYTONA BEACH PICNIC. 

Spencer, T. J. 

JONAH. 
Sperling, Peter. 

A RIDE ON THE READING. 

Spewack, Bella. 

MISS SWAN EXPECTS. (R) 

Spewack, Samuel. 

MISS SWAN EXPECTS. (R) 

Spodak, Norma. 

THE STORY OF ELLEN BRENT. 

Sragow, Leonard. 

KOOKS TOUR OF NEW YORK. 



Steiner, Sattva. 

THE MASTER OF THE HOUSE. 
THE THINKING THIEF. 

Steinmetz, Urban G. 

FAMILY LIFE ENRICHMENT PROGRAM. 



Stahl, Le Roy. 

CAN YOU GET TO HEAVEN 
CAR. 



IN A GOOD USED 



Starbuck, Ned, pseud. 
Low, Jr. 

Stavis, Barrie. 

COAT OF MANY COLORS. 

THE INTERNATIONAL BRIGADE. 

REFUGE. (R) 
Steele, Wilbur Daniel. 

CONTEMPORARIES . 

Stein, Gertrude. 

HOMMAGE A GERTRUDE STEIN. 
Steinberg, Steven Joel. 

WHO MURDERED ME. 
Steinbock, Max. 

THE VAN GOGH CAPER. 
Steiner, Edward A. 

DIAMONDS AND CORN-COBS. 
EIGHTEEN EIGHTY DEPOT. 



SEE Weeks, Seth 



(R) 



Stely, James, pseud. 
Willie J. 



SEE Calhoun, 
SEE Beyle, Marie 



Stendhal, pseud. 

Henri . 
Stenger, Susan. 
A SIMPLE LOVE. 
Stensel, Glenn. 
VICIOUS CIRCLE. 

Stephans, Elaine. 

THE LEMON LOLLIPOP AFFAIR. 

Stephans, Millecent, pseud. SEE 
Stephans, Elaine. 

Stephens, James W. 

THE WIND, THE LEAVES. 

Sterling, Joy A. 

CHRISTMAS COMES TO THE CAREY'S. 

Sterling, Richard. 
PICTURE GIRL. 

Stern, David. 
MISFIT PLAYS. 

Stevens, Michael N. 

AND ALL BECAUSE OF JOHNNY. 
Stevenson, Doris. 

BUT. 
Stevenson, Robert Louis. 
LONG JOHN SILVER. 

THE SIRE DE MALETROIT'S DOOR. 

THE TREASURE OF FRANCHARD. 

Stewart, Mary. 

NINE COACHES WAITING. 
Stewart, Michael. 

HELLO, DOLLY. 

Stiernberg, Louise. 
LITANY FOR A LONER. 

Stiltz, Lewis. 

THE MUSIC TEACHER OF MAPLE LEAF. 

Stine, Marie Louise. 

PETER POOK AND HIS HARMONICA. 

Stirling, Nora. 

EYE OF THE HITRRICANE. 

Stockham, James, 

LECTURE ON ORIGINAL TYPE OP NEW 
THEATER CONSTRUCTION. 
Stockham, Linda Juanita. 

ANTIDOTE FOR A SILENT SPY. 

THE DESERTERS, 

YESTERDAY'S DREAMS, 
Stockham, Robinson, pseud. SEE 

Stockham, Linda Juanita. 

Stoddard, Margaret J. 

THE WORTH OP HIS BED. 
Stoker, Bram. 

THE BRIDES OF DRACULA. 

Stollman, Shirley, pseud. SEE Latessa. 
Shirley L, 
Stolten, Jane. 

AMEN. 
Stone, Katharine. 

CLOUD OVER BREAKSHIN. (R) 
DEVIL TAKE A WHITTLER. (R) 

Stone, Martin M. 

EVERYWHERE A KISS KISS. 
Stone, Weldon. 

CLOUD OVER BREAKSHIN. (R) 

DEVIL TAKE A WHITTLER. (R) 

Stork, George L. 

THE MARRIED COUPLE. 
Stott, Robert. 

MRS. BAGPIPE ON SIGNS AND OMENS, 
NO.l. 
Stott, Thomas. 

MRS. BAGPIPE ON SIGNS AND OMENS, 
NO.l. 



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1966 



NAME INDEX 



91 



See Saint-Subber, 



Strachan, Paul A. 

THE GREAT GAME OF POLITICS. 
Strand J Alan E. 

THE WITCH OF WORCESTERSHIRE. 

Stransky, Thomas. 

DECLARATION OK THE RELATION OF THE 
CHURCH TO NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS. 

THE DECREE ON ECUMENISM. 
Strauss J Franz. 

DAPHME. (R) 

DAPHNE, OP. 82. (R) 

FRIEDENSTAG. (R) 

JOUR i)E PAIX. (R) 

PEACE DAY. (R) 
Strauss, Richard. 

DAPHNE. (R) 

DAPHNE, OP. 82. (R) 

JOUR DE PAIX. (R) 
Strickland, Willie E., Sr. 

CINDERELLA IN VERSE. 

Striker, Francis. 

THE LONE RANGER, (r) 
Strindbergj August. 

A DREAM PLAY AND THE GHOST SONATA. 
Styne, Jule. 

FADE OUT^ FADE IN. 

Suarez, Roberto Rodriguez. SEE 
Rodriguez Suarez, Roberto. 

Subber, Arnold Saint 
Arnold. 
Sudraka. 

PLAYS OF THE YEAR, VOLUME 29. 

Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour. 
THE MIKADO. (R) 

Sullivan, Joseph Herbert. 

ROBBIE . 
Sullivan, Nell. 

THE DIABOLICAL DR. ONGO. 
Sullivan (Nell) Copyright Co. 

THE DIABOLICAL DR. ONGO. 
Sullivan, Ray. 

THE DOLLAR PLAN, A SALES INCENTIVE. 

THE E. S. P. CONTEST PLAN. 

Sullivan, William E. 

THE TRANSISTOR RADIO, THE BEACON IN 
THE BLACKOUT. 

Summy-Blrchard Co. 

LA BOHEME. 
CINDERELLA. 

LOHENGRIN. 

THE MAGIC FLUTE. 

THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO. 

MARTHA . 

PAGLIACCI. 

LA TRAVIATA. 
IL" TROVATORE . 

Sundgaard, Arnold. 
SPIROCHETE. (R) 
TRIPLE-A PLOWED UNDER. (R) 

Sussman, Joseph B. 

THE PROCESS OF LINGUISTIC CREATION 
AS ILLUSTRATED IN THE SEMITIC 
LANGUAGES . 
Sutro, Robert. 

TRUSTEED FUNDS DISCOVER MORTGAGES. 

Swan , Jon . 

THE INVESTIGATION. 
Swann, Francis. 

YOU'LL HANG, MY LOVE. 
Swanson, David Heath. 

CHINESE GORDON, I833-I885. 
Swanson, Don R. 

COURSE 308, LIBRARY SYSTEMS 
PLANNING I, ROUGH DRAFT NOTES, 
PARTS I- IV. 
Swanson, Walter S. J. 

THE GOOD PRIESTS. 
Sweeney, R. L. 

HOODOO THE MAGICIAN. 
Swift, Arlene. 
AUTUMN LEAVES. 

Swiss, Harold. 

I'LL CALL AGAIN. 
THE TWIG PAINTER. 



Switzer, Frances M. 

OPERATION: RAMP AGENT. 

Switzer, Mary Kay. 
THE DINNER. 

Swortzell, Lowell. 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. 
CUCKOOLAND. 

Sydorlck, Thomas. 

THE EPIC AFTERNOON OF MRS, 
Sylvester, Charles. 

THE WESTERN TRAILS. 



MCWURTER. 



Synge, John M. 

THE LADY O'CONNOR. 
Synge, John Mllllngton. 

THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD AND 
RIDERS TO THE SEA. 

Szogyi, Alex. 

TEN EARLY PLAYS. 



Taggart, Donald Barnett. 

A HUMAN DISEASE. 
Taggart, Tom. 

LUCKY STAR. (R) 

MR, JUSTICE JIMMY. (R) 

SINISTER HOUSE. (R) 

Talbot, George. 

A TRIPTYCH FOR HIERONYMUS. 
Talley, Juanita M. 

THE JUDGMENT DAY. 
Tammany^ Patrick. 

CAPTIVE WORLD AT LODGE. 

Tanenbaum, Marc H. 

DECLARATION ON NON-CHRISTIAN 
RELIGIONS. 
Tanney, Catherine. 

THE LEMON LOLLIPOP AFFAIR. 

Tarda, Genan P. 
TWO BY TARDU. 

Tarr, Daniel. 

ONE TO A CUSTOMER. 
Tarr, Harry A, 

MOON OVER MIAMI. 
Tartler, John. 

THE MAGIC OF SANTA'S BAG. 

Tarver, Ben. 

COME SING A LOVE SONG. 

Tatej Marilyn F. 

THE FORWARD IMAGE. 

Tatham-Laird & Kudner, Inc. 
BONGOS . 
BUTTER-NUT COFFEE CHRISTMAS CLUB, 

1965. 
JINGLES . 
RECIPE. 

Taubenslag, Elliott. 
SCARLET LULLABYE. 

Tavel, Ronald. 
KITCHEN. 
SCREEN TEST. 

Tavener, Harry. 

IN OLD OHIO, DOWN ON THE FARM. 

Taylor, Candlce. 

THE LEGEND OF ST. NIKOLAUS. 

Taylor, Jeremy. 

LONDON TALKING BLUES. 
Taylor, Joanne . 

A VERY PRIVATE INSTrTUTION. 
Taylor, Luella. 

MY BEST DAYS. 
Taylor, Wade, pseud. SEE Idlet, 

Charles R. 

Teasdale, Russell E. 
DARKHORSE '66. 

Tedesco, Mario Castelnuovo- . SEE 
Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Mario. 

Tell, Pincus W. 
JO-JO. 

Tepper, N. B. 

A FLUTE HEEDS A PIANO. 



Testl, Flavlo. 

L'ALBERGO DEI PO'\'ERI. 
LE MINIERE DI ZOLFO. 

Thayer, Iris Virginia. 
LADY OF GODEY. 

Theil, Sidney. 

HOI-JEST JOHN. 
Thlbaudeau, Guy P. 

REINFORl'! SYSTEM. 
Thirteen Productions, Inc. 

VmEN YOU'RE DI LO\rE THE WHOLE WORLD 
IS JH'flSH. 

Thomajan, Guy Edward. 
INCIDENT IN CYPRUS. 

Thomas, Julie Plessis. 

L'lI-rVITE IHATTENDU. (R) 
Thomas, Myrtle M. 
NIGHT ATTENDANT. 

Thomas, Pierre. 

L'INVTTE IKATTEi-IDU. (R) 
Thomas, Sylvia. 

THE CIRCUS BIRTHDAY "ARTY. 
Thomas, Sylvia Semmler. 

THE BEGIl-IWING OF THE SEASONS 

Thompson, Ernest P., II. 
CONTINUED FROM PAGE FOUR. 

Thompson, Evan. 

THE- PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. 
Thompson, Laurence C. 

SCENARIO OF BALLAD OF A SOLDIER. 

Thompson, Richard G. 
THE HERETIC, 

Thompson, William C. 

HOW LONG? SO i-^HJlT? YOUR MOVE. 

IMPRESSIONS . 
Thomsen, Preben. 

MEDEA. 
Thomson, Norman E. 

BODY OF THE PREY. 
Thornton, Frank J. 

THE CHILDREN OP TERRABELLA. 

Thornton, Mae T. 

INFATUATION. 
Tidwell, Lyda R. 

COLUMBINE CUM LAUDE. 
Tier!, Sadie Lou. 

THE FALLEN SAVED. 
Tierney, Thomas J., III. 

GETTIN' ON TO EVENIN' . 

STUNT SHOW 1964. 

Tlews, Robert John, Jr. 

THE ARTIST AND THE ACTIVIST. 

Tiffany, S. W. B. 
SUCH LIMITATIONS. 
Tlgar, Kenneth. 

SPRING'S AWAKENING. 

Time-Life Broadcast, Inc. 

THE NIGHT EXPECTANT. 

Tobias, John. 
THE LIVE ONES. 

Tobias, Robert Donald. 
CATCH A KANGAROO. 

Tobln, William W. 
THE CONFESSIONAL. 



Todd, G., pseud. 
Todd. 



SEE Perrler, Garry 



Toeman, Evelyn Zatuchne. 
A TRIP TO THE STARS. 

Torma , John . 

SINS OF THE SWAN. 
Tornouist, Frank. 

DIE BURGER VON CALAIS, (R) 
Torres, Oscar A. 

CORREA COTTO, AHIJADO DEL DIABLO. 
Tottola, Andrea Leone. 

ZELMIRA, 
Tovmsend, Douglas. 

DON PASQUALE. 
Townsend, Michael. 

MEDEA. 

THE ORESTEIA TRILOGY: AGAMEMNON, THE 
CHOEPHOROE, THE EUMENIDES & 
PROMETHEUS BOUNT). 



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Townsendj Robert S. 
THE ELECTIONEERS. 

Trails, Despi. 

ONE HUNDRED PER CENT KNIFE. 



Travers, Ben. 

CUCKOO IN THE NEST. (R) 

Travis, Priscilla Masavage. 
THE CANTERBURY TALES. 

Tread-well, Sophie. 

HOPE FOR A HARVEST. fRl 
Treitsohke, Friedrlch. 

FIDELIO. 

Trejn, Bernardo Viera. SEE Viera Trejo, 
Bernardo. 

Tremayne, Dana M. , pseud. SEE Tremayne, 

Mark Dana. 
Tremayne, Mark Dana. 

DRINKING SONG. 

A LITTLE WORD OF LOVE. 

THE MAN WHO STOLE THE MONA LISA. 

NATURAL ENEMIES. 

Trewin, John Courtenay. 

PLAYS OF THE YEAR, VOLUME 29. 

Trifilo, S. Samuel. 
NOSOTROS SOMOS DIGS. 

Trotter, Glenn. 

MOON VALLEY. 
Trotter, Golda. 

MOON VALLEY. 

Truesdell, Florence Boyd. 
SENIOR FOLLIES. 

Trustman, Alan R. 
THE CROWN CAPER. 

Tscherepnin, Alexander. 
DIE HEIRAT. (R) 

Tsoucalas, Dimitri Apollo. 
THE BULL-MAN. 

Tsykalas, pseud. SEE Tsoucalas, 

Dimitri Apollo. 
Tuccl, Roberto. 

PASTORAL CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH 
IN THE MODERN WORLD CRITICAL AREAS: 
CULTURE AND POLITICAL LIFE. 
POLITICAL LIFE. 

Tucker, David L. 

CIAO. 
Taley, Ann Cashwell. 

THE PLAY READING. 

Tunberg, Karl A. 
BIG FOOT BROWN. 

Tundo, Matt. 

THE EMPTY HORIZON. 

Turman, Christina Carroll. 

THE RARE (SINGING) BIRD. 
Turner, Dennis Lance. 

THE RAPISTS. 

TEA FOR THE WIDOW. 
Tuvikene, Tilna. 

THE TORCHLIGHT OF A FANTASY. 

Twedt, Jerry L. 
UNTO OTHERS. 



u 



Uchitel, Mary E. 

THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE. 

Ulbricht, Robert E. 

SNOW WHITE. 
Ungar (Frederick) Pub. Co., Inc. 

GOTZ VON BERLICHINGEN. 

U. S. Films, Inc. 

THE BLACK KLANSMAN. 
Universal Edition, A.G. 

AKT MIT PAUSE. 

BONBONS FUR RIESENKINDER. 

ETAGENVO'GEL . 



EIN FLASCHENREICH FUR DIE ERDE. 
JEANNE 44 . 

DER KOnIG HAT'S GESAGT. 
MANUEL UTTO DIE GIRAFFEN. 
DIE NACHTWACHTER. 
PERPETUUM MOBILE. 
DER SCHLtfSSEL. 
DAS SPIEL VOM GROSSEN MANN. 
UNTER DEM BRENNGLAS. 
DIE VERBOTENEN FRUCHTE. 
WARTEZEIT . 

Universal Edition (London) Ltd. 
LE MINIERE DI ZOLFO. 

University of Nebraska Press. SEE 
Nebraska. University. Press. 

University of Notre Dame. SEE 
Notre Dame, Ind. University. 

Upper Peninsula Family Life Bureau. 
FAMILY LIFE ENRICHMENT PROGRAM. 

Upton, Richard Everett. 

LITTLE BROTHER TAKE MY HAND. 
Uqawix, Goriv, pseud. SEE Carey, Lee. 

Urquhart , Sidney Howard. 
SUMMER NIGHT. (R) 

Uytternoeven, Maria Sylvia. 
TEMPTATION. 



V 



Valenti, Maurice J. 
GET SMART. 

Valentine, A. James. 
SUPERBAT . 



Valmy, Jean, pseud. SEE Roland, Jean. 

Valot, Henriette. 

THMTRE SOVlfiTIQUE CONTEMPORAIN. 

Vance, Eleanor Graham. 
HAMMER IN HIS HAND. 



Vandenberghe, Paul. 
J'AI DIX SEPT ANS. 



(R) 



Vandenberghe, Suzanne Grothe. 
J'AI DIX SEPT ANS. (R) 

Vanderhlden, John Philip. 
VENGEANCE OF THE VAMPIRE. 

Van Deusen, Frank. 

DON CARLA. 
Van Doren, Mark. 

THE WEEKEND THAT WAS. 

Van Dyke, Henry. 
THE LAST JEWEL. 

Van Fossen, David R. 
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. 
CUCKOOLAND . 

Van Itallie, Jean Claude. 
ALMOST LIKE BEING. 
AMERICA HURRAH. 
THE HUNTER AND THE BIRD. 
I'M REALLY HERE. 
PAVANE. 
WAR. 

VanLy Pub. Co. 

THE POTTY CALL. 

THE SOUNDS OF BABIES. 
Vann, Teddy. 

THE ADVENTURES OF COLOREDMAN. 

Vantage Press, Inc. 

DANCE PAGEANTRY IN HISTORY AND 
LEGEND. 
Vantard, Henri. 

MICHEL STROGOFF. 
Variot, Alice Blazy. 

LE TEMERAIRE. (R) 
Variot, Jean. 

LE TEMERAIRE. (R) 
Varna, Henri, pseud 
Varner, Evin C . 

WALK THE HIGH HILL 
Varona, Jose Luciano 
AMAPOLA. 



SEE Vantard, Henri. 



Vasilas, Andrew B. 
THE BLACK HEART. 

Vazakas, Byron. 

THE PAWNS. 
Veber, Michel. 

LA POULE NOIRE. (R) 
Veber, Yvonne Clement. 

LA POULE NOIRE. (R) 
Vedres, Nicole. 

LES CANAQUES. 

Vega, Lope de. 

EL CASTIGO SIN VENGANZA. 

Veroourt, Alfred, pseud. SEE Leblan, 

Alfred. 
Verdi, Giuseppe, 
LA TRAVIATA. 
IL TROVATORE. 

Verne, Jules. 

MICHEL STROGOFF. 

Verneull, Louis. 

LE ROSIER DE MADAME HUSSON. (r) 

Verneull, Louis, pseud. SEE Bocage, 

Louis Collin du. 
Vicario, Marco. 

DYNAMITE FOR BREAKFAST. 

IL GRANDE COLPO DIE ? UOMINI D'ORO. 

SEVEN GOLDEN MEN STRIKE AGAIN. 



Vickie, pseud. 
Elmasian. 



SEE Gostanian, Victoria 



Victor, Pierre Edmond, 
Bruno, Pierette. 

Victor, Victor. 

WINTER WHEAT. (R) 



pseud. SEE 



Vidaver, Doris. 
Vidaver. 



SEE Cohen, Doris 



Viera Trejo, Bernardo. 

DIGS TE SALVE, PSIQUIATRA. 
Viguers, Vleki. 

THE PALL OF THE CROW. 

Vllan, Demetrios. 
SWEETIE. 

Vildrac, Charles, pseud. SEE Messager, 

Charles. 
Vincenz, Margit. 

THE CHERISHED DECEPTION. 

Vinley, Dennis Jason. 
CRY TO ME, SILENTLY. 

Viozzij Giulio. 

LA GIACCA DANNATA, 

Vitrac , Roger. 

LES DEMOISELLES DU LARGE. (R) 

Vivian, C. Lynn. 

THE SILVER CHRISTMAS TREE. 



Vogel, Julius, .pseud. 
Julius. 



SEE Fogel, 
SEE Flotow, 



Von Flotow, Friedrlch. 

Friedrlch von. 
Von Goethe, Johann Wolfgang. SEE 
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 

Von Klenau, Paul. SEE Klenau, Paul von. 

Voss, Louis Alfred. 
PENDULUM. 



w 



Waggoner, Helen A. 
TO BE LOVED. 

Wagner-Regeny, Rudolf. 

DIE BURGER VON CALAIS. (R) 

Wagner, Richard. 

LOHENGRIN . 
Walden, William. 

A FOOT IN THE DOORWAY. 
HOW TO GET A SEMI -DIVORCE. 

Waldron, Gyneth M. 
THE MOON RUNNERS. 



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93 



Walker, Charles R. 

OEDIPUS THE KING AND OEDIPUS AT 
COLONUS. 
Walker, Raymond. 

THE MARBLE GUEST. 
Vfallace, Dorothy Dow. 

LISTEN WHILE I TELL YOU. 

Wallsten, Robert. 

DEATH IN MY HAND. (E) 

Walsh, Hardin D. 

REMEMBERING FOREVER. 

Walsh, Joanna. 

REMEMBERING FOREVER. 

Walter, Eugene J., Jr. 

THE ADVENTURES OF THE CATMAN AND 
KIT. 
Wanzer, Orvllle J. 

THE DEATHWATCH. 

Ward, Edith M. 

IDYLLS OP THE KING. 
Ward, James Theodore. 

CANDLE IN THE WIND. 

Ward, Milton Hood. 

INSEPARABLE COMPANION. 
SAMCTHRACE TERRACE. 

Ward, Robert Spelman. 

ESCAPE PROM DRAGON'S TOWER. 

Warren, Harold P. 
FINGERS OF FATE. 

Warshawsky, Samuel Jesse. 

THE WOMAN OF DESTINY. (R) 
Washington Square Press, Inc. 
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL. 
CYMBELINE . 
CYRANO DE BERGERAC. 
FOUR PLAYS. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 

ROMEO AND JULIET. 
THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET. 
THE WINTER'S TALE. 
Washington (State) State University, 
Pulman. President and Regents. 
ERNST WIECHERT'S BRIEFE AN EINEN 
WERDENDEN AND EIN DEUTSCHES 
WEIHNACHTSSPIEL. 
Waters, Richard D. 

CHARLEY AND THE MAN WITH THE UPSIDE 
DOWN EYES. 
Waters, Rose A. 

A LONELY CABIN IN THE MOUNTAINS. 
Wat ling, E. P.- 
QUID PRO O.UO. 



(R) 



Watson, James L. 

INCIDENT AT AN ITALIAN FARMHOUSE. 
Watt, James. 

WAS 1ST DAS LEBEN. 

Wattron, Frank. 

BLOSSOM OF THE BRANCHES. 
Watts (Franklin) Inc. 

SOPHOCLES: THE THEBAN SAGA. 

Wayne, Dorothy, pseud. SEE Wiener, 
Dorothy. 

Weales, Gerald. 

THE WAY OF THE WORLD. 
Weaver, John A. 

BECAUSE OF THE SCIENTIST THING. 
WHAD I DO, WHAD WHAD. 

Weber, Karen Elizabeth. 

SMITH'S SECRET. 
Weber, Mary E. Feldhaus. 

THE VIRGIN, THE LIZARD, AND THE 
LAMB. 

THE WORLD TIPPED OVER, AND LAYING 
ON ITS SIDE. 
Webers, E. 

IM SCHACHSPIEL UM EUROPA. 

Webster, Edna May. 

MISS ANNA. 
Wedekind, Frank. 

EIN ABEND IN DEN MUNCHNER 
KAMMERSPIELEK. 



Weeks, Rosann. 

CASTLE ON THE DEE. 

Weeks, Seth . 

THE GENERAL'S DELICATE SON. 

Weeks, Seth Low, Jr. 

A PRIVATE TRIP TO THE BOTTOM. 
THREE PLAYS. 

Wegleitner, William. 

SKI-0-TAPES OF ST. PAUL. 

Well, Laure Kahn. SEE Kahn-Weil, Laure. 

Weil, Steven Aron. 

THE PERFECT PIDGEON. 

Weilbacher, Kevin, 

THE GUITARIST AFFAIR. 

Weill, Gus. 

THE AUTOGRAPH PARTY. 

GEESE. 

HOW SOME MEN DIE. 

Wein, Ruth C. 

BLUE LIPS. 
Weinberg, lawrence. 
PANDEMONIUM BOX. 

Weiner, Ludwig. 

BETSY. 
Weiser, Mel. 

BUBBLE TROUBLE. 

SKY HIGH. 
Weiss, Peter. 

THE INVESTIGATION. 

Weissman, Norman. 

THE MIRACLE OF SAN JUAN. 

Weitzenkorn, Use Lahn. 

DETOUR. (R) 
Weitzenkorn, Louis. 

DETOUR. (R) 
Weitzman, Arthur J. 

THE AMERICAN. 

Welch, Robert. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY. 

Welles, Orson. 

MOBY DICK, REHEARSED. 



Wellington, Arthur, pseud. 
Page, Arthur Wellington. 



See 



■ifells, Emma Jean. 

THE MEETING WE CONDUCTED WITHOUT 
THEM. 

Wells, Ken, pseud. SEE Almlrall, 
Donald K. 

Welton, John Lee. 

IMP OF THE PERVERSE. 
Wenck, Aileen A. 

THE AWFUL TRUTH. 
Wenning, Edward. 

PICTURE GIRL. 
Wenstrom, Dean. 

BIG KLAUS AND LITTLE KLAUS. 

Werfel, Franz. 

IN FINER NACHT. (R) 
JACOBOWSKY UND DER OBERST. 

Werner, Bernard. 

FIRST POSITION. 
Werstler, Richard Emerson. 

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN EDUCATION. 
West, Charles C. 

A SECULAR RELATION TO GOD. 
Westinghouse Electric Corp. 
PLAYING IT COOL. 
YOU'VE GOT YOURSELF A WINNER. 

Westlund, Mrs. H. 

TIMOTHY. 
Westmore, Ern. 

ERN WESTMORE PRESENTS FACIAL 

EXERCISES. 
HOLIDAY MAGIC GLAMOUR- GRAPH. 

Westport Films, Inc. 

MAN IN THE MIDDLE. 
Wexler, Norman. 

RED'S MY COLOR, WHAT'S YOURS. 



THE ROPE. 

A WEEK FROM TODAY. 

Wexler, Warren. 

SOMETHING IN THE FOG. 

Weyant, Laura A. 
ALIEN KIN. 

Wheeler, Ed. 

THE STRANGE BREED. 

Whipple, Jacqueline Conant. 
HALFWAY TO THE MOON. 
Whipple, William. 

PUPPETS IN THE CORNFIELD. 
SHE SAW THE EARTH OPEN. 
Whitby, Anthony. 

LOVE BY APPOINTMENT. 

White, James Patrick. 

FAMILY CIRCLE. 
White, Jean. 

BUGS fc VERONICA. 

White, John S., Jr. 

LADY LAURA PRITCHETT, AMERICAN. 

White, Patrick. 

FOUR PLAYS. 
Whitman, Wanda Willson. 

GADGET FOR A GHOST. 

Whitsitt, Luther C. 

THE EBONITE. 
Whittaker, Helene. 

CHRISTMAS IN SUBURBIA. 

Whittaker, Muriel Grandt. 

A VISIT FROM THE DEVIL. 
Whyte, Ronald M. 

SING OUT, LOUISE. 
Wlackley, Mildred. 

BREAKER'S REEF. 
Wibberley, Leonard. 

MCGILLICUDDY MCGOTHAM. 

Wiechert, Ernst. 

ERNST WIECHERT'S BRIEFE AN EINEN 
WERDENDEN AND EIN DEUTSCHES 
WEIHNACHTSSPIEL. 

Wiener, Dorothy. 
I AM A RAINBOW. 

Wiezell, Richard John. 

THE HOUSE ON CRISTO STREET. 

Wilbert, Eugene. 

THE DARK TOWN BATTERIE. 

Wilbur, Crane. 

LIFE WITHOUT END. 
PIZZICATO. 

Wilcox, Ronald. 
THE FINGER TOMB. 



Wilder, Thornton. - 
HELLO, DOLLY. 
THE MERCHANT OF YONKERS. 



(R) 



Wilding, Inc. 

ADVERTISING '66. 

THE ART OF CONDUCTING AN EFFECTIVE 

INTERVIEW. 
BIG CITY PAPER. 
DIESEL II-ITRODUCTION. 

GOOD PERFORMANCE. 
THE HEART OF THE CAR. 

HIGH TIME FOR HIRES. 

HOW TO LOWER OVER- ALL TRUCK TIRE 
COSTS. 

INGOT SOUNDNESS IN FORGING QUALITY 

STEEL. 
INTERVIEW: MR. 

OF THE BOARD. 
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PICTURE. 
THE SECURITY CAR CARE SYSTEM. 
SURFACE CONDITIONING OF FORGING 

QUALITY STEEL. 
THREE SHOW-AND-TELL SCRIPTS: MEET 

I-IRS. HOMEMAKER; AND EVERYTHING 

NICE; MEN ON THE MOVE. 
A TIME TO MOVE. 
THE TIRE OF THE 70'S. 
TOWARD THE VICTORY OF HEALTH. 
WAR AGAINST WINTER. 
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Wiley, Ken. 

THE SECURITY CAR CARE SYSTEM. 
Wilkerson, Barbara J. 

SOLITAIRE. 

Wllkerson, Ellen, pseud. SEE Spears, 
Mari,' Ellen. 

Wilkerson, George James. 

ALL IN THE GOLDEN AFTERNOON. 
SOLITAIRE. 

Wilkinson, Douglas. 

REVOLA/ER 76I3, CASE I8 . 

Williams, C. L. Jimmie. 
HE LEARNED HIS LESSON. 

Williams, David H. 

THE WITCH OP WORCESTERSHIRE. 

Williams, Emlyn. 

THE CORN IS GREEN. (R) 

Williams, James, Sr. 
MY DESTINY. 

Williams, Heathcote. 
THE LOCAL STIGMATIC. 

Williams, Hugh. 

THE IRREGULAR VERB TO LOVE. 

Williams, Lawrence Jackson. 

CLOTHES MAKE THE WOMEN, HELP EARN 
THE MONEY. 

Williams, Margaret. 

THE IRREGULAR VERB TO LOVE. 



pseud. SEE Reach, 



Williams, Pete, 
James. 

Williams, Robert Ileroy. 
THE DISCOVERY. 

Williams, Sam. 
HERMITAGE. (R) 

Williamson, S. B., pseud. SEE 
Bass, Stephen W, 

Willis, Barbara Maxine. 
A STRANGER IN A MANGER, 

Willis, Glennie. 

SILENT WITH TEARS. 

Willis Publications, Inc. 
A STRANGER IN A MANGER. 
Winner, A. M. 

THE COUNT OP LUXEMBOURG. 
Willnerd, Stephen John. 

IT MAKES SEANCE. 

Wilmurt, Arthur. 

LE TRIOMPH DE SEVILLE. (R) 

Wilmurt, Arthur R. 

MILDRED GO HOME. 
Wilson, .Grace. 

STIFPY. 
Wilson, James Edwards. 

CHRIST THE REBEL. 

Wilson, John T. 

THE BLACK KLANSMAN. 

Wilson, Rose V. 
FROGGIE GO HOME. 
THE YELLOW LIGHT OP DUSK. 

Wilson, W. Heartsill. 
NOW IS THE TIME. 
THE SCIENCE OP CYBERNETICS IN 
MARKETING. 

Wilson, William. 

THE TOUGH LIFE. 
Wincelberg, Shimon. 
THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 

Winslow, Rainsford J. 
COUNTRY CLUB. 

Winslow, Winifred W. 
COUNTRY CLUB. 

Winter, Keith. 

CLARRISA HAYDAY IS A NUT. 

Winters, Amanda P. 

THE UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCES OP MONETA. 
Winters, Jonathan. 

THE PREACHER WORE TWO GUNS. 



Winthrop, Carol, pseud. SEE Reach, 

James . 
Wisberg, Aubrey. 

A PARK IS FOR LOVERS. 
REVOLT OP THE ROBOTS. 
THE TREASURE OF TOM SMITH'S REEF. 
Wise, James. 
DAMES AT SEA. 

Wise, Keith W. 

SO PROUDLY WE HAIL. 
Wishengrad, Morton. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. 
Witkiewicz, Stanislaw Ignacy. 

THE MADMAN AND THE NUN. 
Wolf, Daisy B. 

NOT A MARRYING MAN. 

Wolf, Marilyn, pseud. SEE Soffer, 
Marjory. 

Wolf -Ferrari, Ermanno. 
LA DAMA BOBA. (R) 

Wolff, Ruth Rehrer. 

THE PALL OP ATHENS. 
Wolfram, Jack F. 

WAGNER'S RING IMPRESSIONS, ITS 
STORY, BEAUTY AND MEANING. 

Wolf son, Victor. 
PASTORALE. CR) 
Wollheim, Peter. 

CONCERTO IN MINOR. 
Wolpert, Roland. 
A FRIEND IN NEED. 

Wolter, Fritz. 

DEIN BIS GESTERN. 

Wondering Poet, pseud., SEE Smith, 

Basil N. 
Wood, Peggy. 

MISS QUIS. (R) 
Woodard, Daniel Joel. 

GOD'S TIME CLOCK. 

Woodard, Predericka. 

GOD'S TIME CLOCK. 

Woodworth, Myron G. 

SHELTER FROM THE WIGHT. 

Woodworth, Richard, pseud. SEE 

Woodworth, Myron C. 
Woolard, Mrs. J. M. 
SENIOR COUNTDOWN. 
Woolf, Lenore Shurman. 
KEEP YOUR COOL. 
TICKET TO CHAUTAUGUA. 

Woolley, Jon H. 

SING OUT, LOUISE. 
Worcester, Laurence Gray. 
THE RED CARPET. 

Worden, Mark, pseud. SEE Davidow, 
Mike. 

Wor-ks, Ralph Hughes. 
THE AIR RIFLE. 

Woroner, Murry. 

AMERICANA LIBRARY. 
THIRTEEN DAYS. 
Woroner Productions, Inc. 
AMERICANA LIBRARY. 
THIRTEEN DAYS. 
Worth, Gene. 

GEHOO HODE KOTEL. 
Woudhuysen, Henry L. 

MYLADY OF GREENWICH VILLAGE. 

Wrather Corp. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 
Wright, Daniel Goodwin. - 
THREE CAPSULE DRAMAS. 
Wright, Donald R. 

AMOS BROWN HAS COME TO TOWN. 
Wright, Edward T. 

THE WORLD OP WILBUR SCHNEIDER. 
Wright, Elizabeth McPadden. 

BONE OP CONTENTION. 
Wright, Louis B. 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL. 

CYMBELINE . 

THE MERCHANT OP VENICE. 



A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
ROMEO AND JULIET. 
THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET. 
THE WINTER'S TALE. 

Wright, Marilyn M. 
THE GREAT CALIBAN. 

Wright, Oliver Sanford. 

THE DEVIL'S WAKE. 
Wuest, Harry. 

STUDY IN VIOLENCE. 
Wyatt, Al. 

PORT FABULOUS. 



Wyler, Wilson, pseud. 
Paul. 



SEE Lipschutz, 



Yaeger, Marshall Jay. 

THE NYMPHS AND SATYRS OF HESPRUS. 

Yaffah, pseud. SEE Harris, Sadie. 
Yale, Elsie Duncan. 

FRIENDLY FOREST. (R) 
Yano, Katsuko. 

OKINAWA MONOGATARI. 

Yates, Donald A. 

NUESTRO PIN DE SEMANA. 
Yeager, Inez R. 

SENIOR COUNTDOWN. 
Yeats, Anne. 

THE HERNE'S EGG. (R) 

Yeats, Bertha Georgie. 

THE VARIORUM EDITION OF THE PLAYS OF 
W. B. YEATS. 
Yeats, Georgie. 

THE HERNE'S EGG. (R) 
Yeats, Michael B. 

THE HERNE'S EGG. (R) 

Yeats, William Butler. 

THE HERNE'S EGG. (R) 

THE VARIORUM EDITION OF THE PLAYS OF 
W. B. YEATS. 
Yellen, Samuel. 

THE LAPHAM GIRLS. (R) 

Yezhov, V. 

SCENARIO OF BALLAD OF A SOLDIER. 

Yocum, Bryan. 
LANCASTER. 

Yordan, Philip. 

ANNA LUKASCA. (R) 
BIG BLONDE. 

Young, Bicknell. 

BICKNELL YOUNG'S LETTER. 
BICKNELL YOUNG'S LETTER TO BE READ 
AT THE MEETING OF HIS STUDENTS IN 

LONDON, 1918. 
BICKNELL YOUNG'S LETTER TO BE READ 
AT THE MEETING OF HIS STUDENTS IN 

LONDON, AUGUST 15, 1925- 
BICKNELL YOUNG'S LETTER TO BE READ 

AT THE MEETING OF HIS STUDENTS IN 

LONDON, SEPTEMBER 5, I956. 
LET'PER TO BE READ AT MEETING OP 

BICKNELL YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON. 

JUNE 29, 1926. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OF 

BICKNELL YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON 

SATURDAY, JULY 2, 192? 
LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OP 

BICKNELL YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, 

JULY 7, 1928. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OF BICK- 
NELL YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, 

JULY 5, 1930. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OP 

BICKNELL YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, 

JULY 1, 1933. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OF 

BICKNELL YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, 

JUNE 29, 1935. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING 

OP HIS STUDENTS, I916. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OP 

HIS STUDENTS IN CHICAGO, SEPT. l'^ , 

1912. 



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LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, SEPTEMBER 

20, 1913. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1919. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1920. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 
HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1921. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1922. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, I923 . 
LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1921* . 
LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STXIDENTS IN LONDON, SATURDAY, 

JULY 6, 1929. 

Young, Douglas M. 

AMONG THE BRUTES AND TULIPS. 

Young, Harry D. 

LIVE AND BREATHE. 

Young, Hilgard B. 

BICKMELL YOUWG'S LETTER. 

BICKHELL YOUNG'S LETTER TO BE READ 

AT THE MEETING OF HIS STUDENTS IN 

LONDON, 1918. 
BICKNELL YOUNG'S LETTER TO BE READ 
AT THE MEETING OP HIS STUDENTS IN 

LONDON, AUGUST 15, 1925- 
BICKNELL YOUNG'S LETTER TO BE READ 

AT THE MEETING OF HIS STUDENTS IN 

LONDON, SEPTEMBER 5, 1936. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OP 

BICKNELL YOUNG'S STUDE^^'S IN LONDON, 

JUNE 29, 1926. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OF 

BICKNELL YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, 

SATURDAY, JULY 2, 192?. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OF 

BICKNELL YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, 

JULY 7, 1928. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OF BICK- 
NELL YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, 

JULY 5. 1930. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT MEETING OF 

BICKNELL YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, 

JULY 1, 1933. 



LETTER TO BE READ AT tIEETING OF 
BICKNELL YOUNG'S STUDENTS IN LONDON, 
JUNE 29, 1935. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING 

OF HIS STUDENTS, I916. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STUDENTS IN CHICAGO, SEPT. 11, 

1912. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 
HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, SEPTEMBER 
20, 1913. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 
HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1919 . 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1920. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1921. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1932. 
LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1923 . 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, 1924 . 
LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 

HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, SATURDAY, 

JULY 6, 1929. 

Yulzarl, Jean. 
JULIETTE. (R) 

Yun, Isang. 

DER TRAUM DES LIU- TUNG. 



Zachariah, George A. 

CAPTAIN REINWALD AND HIS MEN. 

Zachary, Saul. 
GLASS. 

Zagoren, Marc Alan. 
THE SIGNORINA. 

Zahn, Curtis. 

A GENESIS AND EXODUS OF OPERATION X 
PLUS 0. 

Zanella, Amilcare. 
IL REVISORE. (R) 



Zankel, Harry T. 

M FOR MEDICARE DAY. 

Zechmann, Heinz. 
VfARTEZEIT. 

Zemme, Oskar. 

DIE NACHTV/A'CHTER . 
UNTER DEM BRENNGIAS. 

Ziegellaub, Fred. 

DON GIOVANNI'S WIEDERKEHR. 

Ziegler, Anthony J. 

TONY THE KITE MAW. 
Zierold, Norman John. 

BABY MADGE. 

SWINGING FROM A CHANDELIER. 

Zlmmermann, Jeannette. 
ECHO FROM THE HILLS, 

Zinievjicz, John. 
CAFE FRISCO. 

Ziniewicz, John J. 
CAFE FRISCO. 

Ziran, Goland. 
THE DREAM. 
THE EGO AND THE ID. 
PINKY. 

Zlotnlk, Ralph Jay. 

ORAL DELIVERY TO THE PUBLIC 
CONCERNING RULES OF SUBSTITUTION. 



Znavor, Michael, pseud. 
Emil M. 

Zogott, Howard Orrln. 
THE CHAMBERMAID. 

Zola, Emil. 
GERVAISE. 

Zorn, John W. 
THE WITCHES' 



SEE Navor, 



SABBATH. 



Zouary, Maurice H. 

CHEF SOUFFLE'S MAGIC POT. 

Zuckerman, Albert J. 
TO BECOME A MAN. 

Zungolo, Anthony. 
IT'S ABOUT TIME. 

Zwilllnger, Frank. 
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indicated by the alphabetical symbols. Renewal 
registrations are listed separately at the end of 
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listed for the particular part, if the subject matter 
or type of material is similar to that generally 
included in the part. 

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under which registration is made. Second and 
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F Published foreign works. In the case of books and 

periodicals, it designates works manufactured out- 
side the United States (except those registered for 
ad interim copyright) . I n all other classes to which 
it applies, it designates works first published outside 
the United States, the authoi's of which are neither 
citizens nor domiciliaries of the United States. 
(AF, EF) 

I Books and periodicals registered for ad interim copy- 

right. (AI, BI) 

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BB Contributions to periodicals 

R Renewal registrations 

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B Periodicals 

R Renewal registrations 

Parts 3-4 Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral 

Delivery 2. 50 

C Lectures and other works prepared for 

oral delivery 
D Dramatic or dramatico-musical works 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 5 Music 7. 50 

E Musical compositions 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 6 Maps and Atlases 2. 50 

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R Renewal registrations 



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H Reproductions of works of art 

I Drawings or sculptural works of a scientific 

or technical character 
J Photographs 

K Prints and pictorial illustrations 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 1 IB Commercial Prints and Labels 2. 50 

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Page 

Current Registrations 97 

Renewal Registrations 137 

Name Index 145 



Introduction 



PARTS 3-4 list dramas, dramatico-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 accom- 
pany filmstrips which are registered in classes A 
and J and listed in Parts 12-13: Motion Pictures 
and Filmstrips. Works for which the copyright has 
been renewed are listed separately in the Renewal 
Registrations section. Selected published dramas 
currently registered in 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 perti- 
nent to the copyright claim. References lead from 
variant titles, from distinctive subtitles, and from 
other titles 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 renewal regis- 
trations, 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 imprint 
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) Special descriptive data which includes the 
number of acts or scenes; 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. 

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

1 1 ) Information contained in the application 
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 else- 
where in the entry. 



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13) Copyright symbol ©. 

14) A statement of limitation of claim if the ap- 
plication or notice on the work explicitly 
limits the claim. 

15) Name of the copyright claimant. 

1 6 ) For published works, date of publication as 
given in the application; for unpublished 
works, the date on which the last of all items 
required to complete registration (i.e., 
copy, application and fee) was received in 
the Copyright Office. 

1 7 ) 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 pub- 
Hcation, the data from the application is given 
first, followed by the phrase "in notice" and the data 
given in the work; eg., © Richard Roe; lAug66 
(in notice: 1965) ;DP6 100. 

Works deposited in connection with copyright 
registration may be selected for inclusion in the col- 
lections 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 includes 
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 copy- 
right 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. 

12) Renewal registration number. 



Abbreviations and Symbols 



The following list includes abbreviations and 
symbols used in this catalog with specific copyright 
or bibliographic meanings. 



(A) 
a.a.d.o. 

a.k.a. 
Adm.c.t.a. 

Adm.d.b.n.c.t.a. 

appl. 

© 
(C) 



author (s) 

accepted alternative designa- 
tion of 

al:o known as 

administrator cum testa- 
mento annexo 
administrator de bonis non 
cum testamento annexo 
application 
copyright symbol 

child or children of the de- 
ceased author 



Vlll 



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 


NM 


new matter 


p. 
(PCB) 


page(s) 

proprietor of a work copy- 
righted by a corporate body 
otherwise than as assignee or 




licensee of the author 


(PCW) 


proprietor of the composite 
work 


(PPW) 


proprietor of the posthumous 
work 



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(PWH) 


proprietor of copyright in a 


reg. 


registered, registration 




work made for hire 


rev. 


revised 


prev. 


previous, previously 


t.a. 


trading as 


pseud. 


pseudonym 


v., vol., vols. 


volume, volumes 


pt. 


part, parts 


(W) 


widow of the author 


pub. 


pubHshed, publishing 


(Wr.) 


widower of the author 


(R) 


renewal registration 







Registrations July-December 1966 



Class C — Lectures and other works pre- 
pared for oral delivery .... 444 
Class D — Domestic published dramatic 

and dramatico-musical works . 186 

Foreign published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works ... 41 

Unpublished dramatic and dra- 
matico-musical works 1,364 

Dramatic works registered in 

class A 70 

Total 2, 105 



Renewals: Classes C and D 



490 



These figures represent the number of registra- 
tions for dramas and works prepared for oral 
delivery for July-December 1966, but do not neces- 
sarily represent the exact number of entries in this 
issue of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. Registra- 
tion figures for other classes of material 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 CIENCIA CRISTA, SUA MENSAGEM AO 
SECULO VINTE. (Christian Science, 
its message to the Twentieth Century) 
A lecture on Christian Science by 
Thomas A. McClain. 19 1. © Thomas A. 
McClain; 200ct66j CI89I2. 

A GO-GO PATRIOTIC, by William Gronke. 
20 1. A screenplay. © William 
Gronke; 27Sep66; DU66883. 

A L' OMBRE DES BEAUX REVES, a clay in 
one act by Hazel G. Collins. 4 1. 
© Hazel G. Collins; 29Aug66; DU66678. 

ABED TOGETHER, a very moral play . . . 
written by Bret Winstin, pseud, of 
Joseph Graham. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Joseph Graham; 27Sep66; DU67035. 

ABEL'S BROTHER, by Cara Dean Purcell, 
pseud, of N. B. Hall. 39 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Nelly Barbara Hall; 
8Aug66; DU66518. 

THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN, a comedy in 
three acts by Irene Kamp. 1 v. 
© Irene Kittle Kamp; 110ct66: 
DU66984. 

ABOUT GIRLS, by Rose A. Dyck & Abrara A. 
Dyck. 31 1. A talk. © Rose A. 
Dyck; 22Nov66; CI90H. 

THE ABSTRACTION, a three act play by 
B. Coar. 1 v. © Barbara R. Coar; 
23Sep66; DU67035. 

ACCEPTED AND EXAMINED, by Elsie Louise 
Scott Hetchler (Mrs. Harold Hetchler) 
1 V. A lecture. © Elsie Louise 
Scott Hetchler; lAug66; CI8676. 

THE ACCESSIBILITY OF LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS 
THROUGH THE LEGAL PERIODICAL LITERA- 
TURE, by Winiam B. Stern. 21 p. 
© William B. Stern; 27May66; CI8665. 

THE ACCIDENTAL JUBILEE; In three acts 
by Bernard V. Wright. II8 1. 
© Bernard Victor Wright; 5Jul66; 
DU66185. 

AN ACT OF COURAGE, by James B. Cash. 
31 1. A play in 3 acts. © James B. 
Cash; 15Dec66; DU6738g. 

THE ACTING LESSON, by Willard S. Simms . 
1 V. A play. © Willard S. Simms; 
9Nov66; DU67235. 



THE ACTING VERSION OF CASANOVA, by 
John Shoffner Collins. 102 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © John Shoffner 
Collins; 21Sep66; DU67036. 

THE ACTOR, a play in one act by James 
Sexton Lay ton. 25 1. © James 
Sexton Layton; l6Nov66; DU67252. 
THE ACTOR; series of TV scripts by 
Edward Nayor. Pilot teleplay: Even 
your best friends. 76 1. 2 acts. 
© Edward Nayor; lAug66; DU66722. 

ADAMS COUNTY ILLINOIS. See 
THE TWIN PLAYS. 

ADAM'S DIARY & EVE'S DIARY, See 
COME BACK, GO AWAY, I LOVE YOU! 

ADD TO THE PLEASURE OP YOUR OUTDOOR 
LIVING, by Paul Willis & Indie Jo 
Dellaripa. Sheet. Taped recording 
script for radio commercial. 
© Sakrete, Inc.; l8Jul66; C18704 . 

ADONIS, a three act play by Gene Lang. 
131 1. © Gene Richard Lang; 
15Jul66; DU66308. 

THE ADULTER (Y)ATED TRVTH, by Norman 
Miller. 9th rev. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU63159; 3Aug65, DU63653; l4Aug65, 
DU63885; 10ct65; 220ct65, DU64222; 
ION0V65, DU&I446; 3Feb66, DU64996; 
20Apr66, DU65866. © Norman Miller; 
31Aug66; DU66704. 

ADVENTURE ISLAND, by Conne Smith (Con- 
stance Smith) 42 1. A play in 3 
acts. Book only. © Constance Smith; 
3Aug66; DU66490. 

THE ADVENTURES OF ESMERELDA, by 

Suzanne Serbln & Matt Doran. 1 v. 
A musical play In 2 acts. © Suzanne 
Serbin &• Matt Doran; ?lNov66; 
DU673II. 

THE ADVENTURES OP FUZZY, BUZZY AND 
WUZZY, script no.l by Lucille Shaw 
Stuart. 3 1. Script for television 
commercial. © Lucille Stuart; 
12Dec66; CI9055. 
THE ADVENTURES OF MAGGIE MAGEE, by 
Maria Galewskl. 1 v. A musical 
play. © Maria Gaiewski; 24Aug6b; 
DU667'^0. 
THE ADVENTURESS; created by Robinson 
Stockham, pseud, of Linda J. Stockham. 
Episode I: The noblest ship. 3? !• 
A screenplay in 3 acts. © Linda J. 
,Stockham; 30Nov66; DU67?85. 



AFRAID OF THE ARMY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mack Owens. 31 1. ©Mack Owens; 
lAug66; DU66463. 

AFTKR MANY A SWALLOW DIES THE SUMMER, 
a play in one act by Dana M. Tremayne 
(Mark Dana Tremayne) 31 1. 
© Dana M. Tremayne; 5Dec66; DU67413. 
AGAINST THE PREVAILING WINDS, a play 
in three acts by Paul Rawlings. 
134 1, © Paul B. Rawlings; llJul66; 
DU66263. 
AGGRAVATION OF JOHN ADAMS. See 
1776. 

ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP, by 
Katherine Rlvett Rockefeller. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Kay Rockefeller 
(Katherine Rlvett Rockefeller); 
lDec66; DU67399. 

ALCHEMY OF COURAGE; written by J. Helene 
Noble for motion picture or televi- 
sion. 79 1. © Jenny Helene Noble; 
21Sep66; DU66902. 

ALEXANDER, a play by Nicholas Meyer. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Nicholas Meyer; 
lltNov66; DU67338. 

AT.F.XANDER; or. Love comes to the circus. 
A play by Barrie Zolyan. 50 1. 
3 acts. © Barrie Zolyan; 9Sep66; 
DU66785. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND, a musical play; 
book by Sally Netzel, music by 
Beatrice Caspar, lyrics by Sally 
Netzel & Bea Caspar. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Based on Alice's adventures in Won- 
derlandj and Through the looking- 
glassj by Lewis Carroll. © Sally 
Netzel & Beatrice Caspar; l4Nov66; 
DU67188. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND; as adapted by 
Sarah Marie Schlesinger; book & 
lyrics, & Michael Dansicker, music. 
1 V. Based on Lewis Carroll's stories 
Alice in Wonderland & Through the 
looking glass. © Sarah Marie Schles- 
inger & Michael Dansicker; 31Aug66; 
DU66804 . 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND, by Constance R. 
Herz. 17 1. A play. Text only. 
© PPX Pub., division of PPX Enter- 
prises, Inc. & Constance R. Herz; 
17Nov66; DU67266. 



ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN VJONDERLAND. 
ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 



See 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



ALISSA; opera In un atto e quattro 
scene di Raffaello de Banfield su 
testo dl Richard Miller. [Milan] 
Ricordi. 177 p. Partitura. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 20Peb63, DU57406. 
© G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A,; 3 May 65 ; 
DFl87'f . 

ALISSA; opera in un atto e quattro 
scene di Raffaello de Banfield su 
testo di Richard Miller. [Milan] 
Ricordi. I78 p. Riduzione per canto 
e pianoforte. Appl. states prev. reg-, 
20Feb63, 0157*^06. © G. Ricordi & C., 
S.P.A.; 3May65; DFI873. 

ALL SAINTS' CAFE, by Jerzy Brosz- 
kiewicz; English version by Stan 
Fedyszyn. 100 1. A play in 2 acts 
translated from Polish. © Stan 
Fedyszyn; 260ct66; DU6719I. 

ALL SYSTEMS GO; or, R.U.R. re^/isited. 
by Mark Silver, pseud, of M. D. 
Buchanan. IO9 1. A play in 13 scenes. 
© Maurice De Mars Buchanan; 7Nov66; 
DU67271- 

ALL THE KING'S DAMES, a musical play 
about Henry VIII, his wives and 
times; book & lyrics by Rowland V. 
Lee, music by Les Baxter. 2 v. 
2 acts. © Rowland Vance Lee & Les 
Baxter; 260ct66; DU67198. 

ALL THE OTHER OUTS IN FREE; original 
screenplay by Robert Wallace Russell. 
72 1. © Rinaldina Russell; 2Aug66; 
DU66561. 

ALLAH, PEJEMBUH JANG MAHAAGUNG. (God, 
the Great Physician) By Paul Stark 
Seeley. 22 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 2Sep64, CI7052. © Paul Stark 
Seely; 15Sep66; CI8826. 

ALLEY OF LOST HARMONICA PLAYERS, a one 
act play by Mike Major (Michael 
Joseph Major) 29 1. © Michael 
Joseph Major; 30Sep66; DU66924 . 

ALL'S FAIR, a play with-music by 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart & words by 
Harlan Thompson. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Harlan 
Thompson; 12Aug66; DU66352. 

ALMAS DEL INFIERNO; libreto y adantaclon 
de Ernesto Sanchez. 44 1. 215 esce- 
na E para el cine. © Ernesto Sanchez; 
28NOV66; DU6735I. 

AM I MY WIFE'S KEEPER; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Helen Loree Mason. 30 1. 
© Helen Loree Mason; 30Sep66; 
DU66928. 

AMERICA IN HEAT, a play by Leo Rutman. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Leo Rutman; 
9Aug66; DU66320. 

THE AMERICAN, a love affair that takes 
place in Israel & America done in 
three acts by Herbert Adler. 86 1. 
© Herbert Adler; 19Dec66; DU67487 . 

THE AMERICAN FLAG, by Jimmy Gandy 

(James U. Gandy) 18 1. © James U. 

Gandy; 29Aug66; CI8776. 
AMERICANA PASTORAL, a play in three 

acts by Harold Yablonsky. 54 1. 

© Cressa Roma Films & Harold 

Yablonsky; llJul66; DU66260. 

THE AMOROUS KNIGHT, a comedy in three 
acts by Merrick Steven Talcove. 1 v. 
© Merrick Steven Talcove; 9Sep66; 
DU66786. 

AMOUR EN VISITES. See 
LUCIEN. 

AMY VANDERBILT SPOTS, by the Daisy- 
fields Corp. 3 sheets. Cuts 1-6. 
© Dalsyfields Corp.; 5Dec66; C19001 . 

ANACHRONISM, by A. M. Walker & 

M. C. Herschler. 34 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Alfred Moore Walker & 
Michal Christine Herschler; 270ct66; 
DU67169. 



AN ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF ANALOGIES 
AND METAPHORS IN SCIENCE, by Roy 
Dreistadt. 25 1. © Roy Dreistadt; 
15Nov66; CI9082. 

ANATOMY OF A MARRIAGE, by Marilyn Wolf, 
pseud, of Marjory Soffer. 124 1. 
R play in 3 acts. © Marjory Soffer; 
lDec66; DU67396. 
ANATOMY OF A MURDER, a court-drama in 
three acts by Elihu Winer. New 
York, S. French. I06 p. Based on 
the novel by Robert Traver. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 24Jul64, DU60731. 
© Elihu Winer; 4Feb66; DP609O. 
AND NIGHT EVERLASTING, a play in one 
scene by Jerry Pezzella. 3^ !• 
© Jerry Pezzella; 26Aug66; DU66668. 
AND NOW, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, SIDNEY.' 
Conceived & produced by Ron Miller 
(Ronald Samuel Miller) & Bill Marx 
(William Woolcott Marx); written by 
Ron Miller, music & arrangements by 
Bill Marx. 47 1. A musical screen- 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Ronald 
Samuel Miller & William Woolcott 
Marx; ?8Nov66; DU67?24. 
AND SO TO BED, a three act comedy-drama 
by Megan Lloyd S. 75 1- © Megan 
Lloyd S.; 6jul66; DU66203. 

AND THE BOY WHO CAME TO LEAVE, by Lee H. 
Kalcheim. 3 acts. (In Playwrights 
for tomorrow, A. H. Ballet, editor. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press. V.2, p.151-283) © Lee H. 
Kalcheim; 17May66; DP6201. 
AND THE CLOCK STRUCK SEVEN, by Gene 
Worth. 1 V. A musical play. 
© Gene Worth; 20Dec66; DU67489. 

AND THE SUM FORGOT TO RISE, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Alfred J. Moser. 31 i . 
© Alfred J. Moser; lAug66; DU66456. 

AND THEIR VOICES PREVAILED, a chancel 
drama for Good Friday by John Faul- 
stich. 81. 1 act. © John 0. Faul- 
stich; 2Aug66; DU66470. 

AND THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT, 
by Terrence McNally. (In Playwrights 
for tomorrow, A. H. Ballet, editor, 
v.l, p. 159-274) © Terrence McNally; 
17May66; DP6204 . 
AND WEAR A GOLDEN SORROW, a new play by 
Peggy Phillips. 98 1. 2 acts. 
© Peggy Phillips; 19Sep66; DU66862. 

ANEMONES FOR A. B. See 
GENIUS INC. 

ANG NAGPAPAGALING NA BATAS NG DIYOS, 
KUNG NASAAN ITO AT KUNG PAANO ITO 
NAGKAKABISA. (God's healing law: 
Where it is and how it works) Isang 
panayam sa Christian Science ni Paul 
Stark Seeley. 23 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 15Sep66, CI8825 . NM: 
Tagalog translation. © Paul Stark 
Seeley; i8Nov66; C18968. 

ANGE COCOREL. See 
ANTOINE COCOREL. 

ANGEL STREET. Sse 
GREAT MELODRAMAS. 

ANGELS, ANGELS, PLEASE COME TO ORDER; 
A three-act playlet by Alexander T' 
Coyle. 81. © Arthur Meriwether, 
Inc.; lSep66; DP6222. 

ANGELS ARE HARD TO HEAR OVER ALL THAT 
SHOUTING. See 
AN OLD FASHIONED CHRISTMAS. 
THE ANGELS CRIED; original screenplay 
by Maria Elena Cellino. Rough draft. 
Based on an original story of the 
same title. © Maria Elena Cellino; 
26Ju166; DU66404. 

ANIMA NERA. See 

TEATRO. 
ANIMAL KEEPERS & ASSEMBLY LINE, by 

Marian Winters (Marian Winters 

Smolin) 1 v. 2 one act plays. 

© Marian Winters Smolin; 30J\m66; 

DU66214 . 



ANNIE GET YOUR GUN. See 
WILD WEST BALLET. 
THE ANNIVERSARY, a play in 3 acts by 
Bill Macllwraith. 1 v. © Bill 
Macllwraith; 100ct66; DU6689O. 

THE ANTIPODES, by Richard Brome; 
edited by Ann Haaker. Lincoln, 
University of Nebraska Press. 138 p. 
(Regents Renaissance drama series) 
5 acts. NM: new edition, introd., 
appendixes, & explanatory notes. 
© University of Nebraska Press; 
110ct66; A873927. 

ANTOINE COCOREL; or. The eighth wonder. 
(Ange Cocorel; or. The eighth wonder). 
A comedy in 2 acts % 4 scenes by 
Jean Pierre Aumont, 1 v. © Jean 
Pierre Aumont; 29Dec66; DU67520. 

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA; opera in three 
acts, music by Samuel Barber; the 
text of William Shakespeare adapted 
by Franco Zeffirelli. New York, 
G. Schirmer. ?1 p. (G. Schirmer's 
collection of opera librettos, 
Ed. 2692) © G. Schirmer, Inc.; 
6Sep66; DP6172. 

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA; opera in three 
acts, music by Samuel Barber; the 
text of William Shakespeare adapted 
by Franco Zeffirelli; piano reduc- 
tion by the composer. 1st ed. New 
York, G. Schirmer. 342 p. (Ed. 2669) 
Vocal score. © G. Schirmer, Inc.; 
27Sep66; DP6173. 

ANY EVENING IN OCTOBER, by Roma Greth. 
69 1. A play in 3 acts. © Roma 
Greth; 8Aug66; DU66609. 

ANY WEDNESDAY, a comedy by Muriel 
Resnick. Acting ed. Dramatists 
Play Service. 82 p . 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. I963 & prev. pub. 
1964. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Muriel Resnick; 7Nov66; DP6193. 

ANYONE CAN WIN, by Marian Winters 

(Marian Winters Smolin) 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Marian Winters Smolin; 
70ct66; DU66969. 

ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN, by Bernard Dilbert. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Bernard 
Dilbert; 40ct66; DU66953. 
ANYTHING FOR BABY, a three act play 
by William Meyer. 167 1. © William 
Meyer; 19Dec66; DU67486. 

APART AT THE SEAMS, by Ray Durgin 
(Raymond P. Durgin) Sheet. 
© Raymond P. Durgin; 7Jul66; CI8735 . 

APARTMENT 5R AND THE ONE BELOW, a play 
in three acts by R. A. Geary. 110 1. 
© Roberta A. Geary; 23Aug66; DU66769. 

APARTMENTS FOR RENT, an original 

musical-comedy; book, music & lyrics 
by Murray Roberts. 79 !• Book 
only. © Murray Roberts; 240ct66; 
DU67189. 

APE OF LONDON. See 
THE BLACK DEATH. 

THE APPLE BIT, a vaudeville for two 
players by Norman D. Dietz. 25 1- 
(Theatre-in-print, v. 5) © Norman 
Donald Dietz; 3Dec66; DP6232. 

THE APPLE DOESN'T FALL FAR FROM THE 
STEM; two act play by Lis Lotten 
Walker. 56 1. © Lis Lotten Walker; 
10Aug66; DU66532. 

THE APPROPRIATION AND DISLOCATION OF 
HOUSTON BENNINGTON, a play in three 
acts by Clifford Browder. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as The room, 
16JUI62, DU55916 & as Chandeliers, 
29Apr65, DU62935. NM: revisions. 
© Clifford H. Browder; 21Jul66; 
DU66359. 
AREN'T WE FUNNY? By Lawrence B. Ei sen- 
berg & Betty L. Freedman. 1 v. A 
play in 3 acts. © Lawrence B. Eisen- 
berg & Betty L. Freedman; 9Aug66; 
DU66596. 



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1966 



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99 



ARIA IN THE WILD BLUE YONDER. See 
FANTASIA IN HIGH PLACES AND OTHER 
VARIATIONS ON A THEME FROM THE 
NOTES OP DR. CUNNINGHAM. 

ARIE AND THE MILKY WAY, a sub-theslad; 
a play in one act by Paul Schumacher. 
26 1. © Paul Schumacher; 70ct66; 
DU66970. 

ARMAGEDDON 1975. See 
DOOMSDAY PLUS 7. 

ARNOLD HAD TWO WIVES; play for stage 
& TV adaptation by Aviva Ravel, 
pseud, of Eva Rubalsky. 28 1. 
© Eva Kubalsky; 5Dec66; DU67390. 

ARROYO, by Peter Young, pseud, of 
William J. McKeehan. 177 1. A 
screenplay. © William J. McKeehan; 
28Nov66; DU67352. 

ART OF LISTENING, See 

KEY TO EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION. 
UNDERSTAND THE CUSTOMER, MAKE THE 
SALE. 

AS A MAN THINKETH SO IS HE, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Francis Hoag. 30 1. © Francis 
Hoag; 50Sep66; DU66936. 

AS DAY BEGINS, a drama by E. K. Mark- 
well, pseud, of Kathryn Wood. 1 v. 

3 acts. © Kathryn Wood; 29J'un66; 
DU66212. 

AS YOU LIKE IT, by William Shakespeare; 
David G. Pitt, introd., Lucy M. Fitz- 
patrick, notes. New York, Airmont 
Pub. Co. 134 p. (Airmont Shakes- 
peare classics series, s6) 5 acts. 
NM: art work, introd. & notes. 
©Airmont Pub. Co., Inc,; 220ct65; 
A877797. 

AS YOU SHOULD BE, a drama in three acts 
by Phyllis S. (Phyllis A. Seips) 
77 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 2'+0ct58, 
DU47859. HM: additions & revisions. 
© Phyllis A. Seips; 12Sep66; DU66813. 

ASAKA, a legend of Japan by Harry 
Heineman. 77 1. 3 acts. © Harry 
J. Heineman, Jr.; 17Nov66; DU67326. 

ASCARE THAT NAVARE HILLS, a mystery 
drama by Vellia Porla. 286 1. 

4 acts. © Vellia Porla; ?3Nov66; 
DU67233. 

ASHES OF THE FLAME, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Les Gray. 31 1. © Les Gray; 
30Sep66; DU66938. 

ASMED THE SLAVE, by Zoila de Camacho. 
64 1. A play. © Zolla de Camacho; 
310ct'66; DU67067. 

ASSEMBLY LINE. See 

ANIMAL KEEPERS & ASSEMBLY LINE. 

ASSIGNMENT: CHRISTMAS SPIRIT, by 
Virginia Kidd. Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldridge Pub. Co. 30 p. (Eldridge 
Christmas entertainments) 3 scenes. 
©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 13Sep66; 
DP6245. 

ASTRONAUT, a three act play by Jeffery 
Smith. 86 1. © Jeffery J. Smith; 
10Aug66; DU6653S. 

ASTU2IE FEMMINILI. See 
THE LADIES' GAME. 

ASYLUM. See 

THE TRIAL OF ADAM GREER. 
AT THE ST. THERESA HOTEL, a one act 
play by Stephen Richard Greece. 
33 1. © Stephen Richard Grecco; 
IIJUI66; DU66255. 

AN ATTEMPT TO PURIFY IT, by Beth Crajner, 
pseud, of Beth Nelson Christopher. 
57 1. A play in 7 acts. © Beth N. 
Christopher; l8Aug66; DU66615 . 

AU DE U, See 

WE WILL MEET IN A PLACE WHERE THERE 
IS NO DARKNESS. 



THE AUDIENCE, by Ken Fitch (Kenneth 
W. Fitch, Jr.) 5 1. A play. 
© Ken Fitch; 29Dec66; DU67521. 

AUDIENCE AT DAWN, a play in two parts by 
Jane Sylvester. 49 1. © Jane Charles 
Sylvester; 25JUI66; DU66395 . 

AUDIO AUTOMOBILE TOURS, SAN FRANCISCO, 
by Frank W. Emler. 19 1. Record- 
ing script. © Frank W. Emler; 
6Ju166; CI8669. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY (Record- 
ing scripts) Scripts in this series 
ar^ by Dento-Medical Tapes. © Dento- 
Medical Tapes. 
V.9. 

3. July 1, 1966. Digest issue. 
© 28JUI66; CI8740. 

4. July 16, 191^6. Clinical issue. 
© 28JUI66; CI8741. 

5. Aug. 1, 1966. Digest Issue. 
© I8jul66; CI8699. 

6. Aug. 16, 1966. Clinical Issue. 
© l8jul66; CI87OO. 

7. Sep. 1, 1966. Digest issue. 
© 24Aug66; CI88OO. 

8. Sep. 16, 1966. Clinical issue. 
© 24Aug66; CI88OI. 

9. Oct. 1, 1966. Digest issue. 
© 26Sep66; CI8838. 

10. Oct. 16, 1966. Clinical issue. 
© 26Sep66; CI8839. 

13. Deo. 1, 1966. Digest issue. 
© 23N0V66; CI9OI7. 

14. Dec. 16, 1966. Clinical Issue. 
© 23Nov66; CI9OI6. 

15. Jan. 1, 1967. Digest Issue. 
© 27Dec66; CI9IOI. 

16. Jan. 16, 1967. Clinical Issue. 
Scripts by A. J. Held & F. Wesley 
Park. © 27Dec66; CI9IOO. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY (Record- 
ing scripts) Scripts in this series 
are by Dento-Medical Tapes. © Dento- 
Medical Tapes, Inc. 
V.9. 

11. Nov. 1, 1966. Digest issue. 
© 310ct66; C18938. 

12. Nov. 16, 1966. Clinical issue. 
© 310ct66; CI8939. 

THE AUTHOR'S FARCE, original version 
by Henry Fielding; edited by Charles 
B. Woods. Lincoln, University of 
Nebraska Press. I5I p. (Regents 
Restoration drama series) 3 acts. 
NM: new edition, introd., appendixes, 
& explanatory notes. © University 
of Nebraska Press; 110ct66; A873922. 

AUTO DYNAMICS, by Paul T. Adams. 

1 v. l4 recording scripts. © Paul T. 
Adams; 27Dec66; C19084 . 

THE AUTOMOBILE SEAT, by Jerry Arnold, 
pseud, of Morris Golding. 13 1. 
©Morris Golding; 26Aug66; C18775 • 

THE AUTOMOBILE SEAT, by Jerry Arnold^ 
pseud, of Morris Golding. 1 v. 
A lecture. © Morris Golding; 
190ct66; CI8904. 

THE AUTOMOBILE SEAT; lecture by Jerry 
Arnold, pseud, of Morris Golding. 
17 1. © Morris Golding; 2Sep66; 
C18843. 

AX THE KLAXON, by Max Beebe (Evelyn 
Maxine Beebe) 97 1- A play in 3 
acts. © Evelyn Maxine Beebe & Thomas 
M. Beebe; 4Aug66; DU66496. 



B 



B. J. LANG PRESENTS, a screenplay by 
Harold Yablonsky. 20 1. © Cressa 
Roma Films & Harold Yablonsky; 
llJui66; DU66943. 
BABY AND HER DANCING TIGER. See 
THE PALM BEACH DOLL. 

BABY MINE, by Attilio Mineo (Art Mineo) 
82 1. A play in 2 acts. © Attilio 
Mineo; 29Dec66; DU67517. 



BABY WANT A KISS, a comedy in two acts 
by James Costigan. New York, 
S. French. 89 p. © James Costigan; 
31Dec65; DP6094. 

THE BACCHAE, by Euripides; translated 
for the stage by Victor Bers. 
60 1. © Victor Bers; 21Nov66; 
DU67376. 

BACCHAE. See 
THE BASSARIDS. 

BACCHANTEN. See 
DIE BASSARIDEN. 

THE BACK OF YOUR NECK, a play in three 
acts by Charles Frederick Herberger, 
Jr. 1 v. © Charles Frederick 
Herberger, Jr.; l8jul66; DU66331. 
A BAD PLAY FOR AN OLD LADY, by Eliza- 
beth Johnson. (In Playv/rights for 
tomorrow, A. H. Ballet, editor. v.l, 
p. 107-157) © Elizabeth Johnson; 
17May66; DP6203. 

BADADESQUES. See 
CAPITAINE BADA. 

BAG BREAD, by Quality Bakers of America 
Cooperative. Sheet. Recording 
script. © Quality Bakers of America 
Cooperative, Inc.; 10Nov66; CI8993. 

A BAG OF SEEDS, by Herman Franklin 
Marston. ISo 1. A screenplay in 6 
parts. © Herman Franklin Marston; 
26JUI66; DU66405. 

BAKER-MOSIER PHONETIC DISCRIMINATION 
INVENTORY, by Marvin G. Baker & 
Melvin Mosier. 8 1. 2 tape record- 
ing scripts. ©Marvin G. Baker; 
12Aug66; CI8762. 

BALD HEADED OYSTERS. See 

FOUR AND TV/ENTY-FIVE MAKES SEVENTEEN. 

BAMBI, SUKBEAM '66 1/2, by Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative. 
2 1. Commercial script. © Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative, Inc.; 
8Aug66; CI8759. 
BAMBOO TERROR, a screenplay by William 
J. Ross. Final draft: Aug. 1961. 

1 V. © William J. Ross; llJul66; 
DU66253- 

THE BANK MURDER, a mystery in a pro- 
logue & three acts by Elspeth Wood- 
ward (Elizabeth C. Woodward) 1 v. 
© Elizabeth C. Woodward; 19Dec66; 
DU67485 . 
BARBARA AND HILDE; screenplay & 
dialogue by Jack Herrault. 1 v. 
© Jack Herrault; 20Jun66; DU66238. 

BARBICAN, a musical comedy; prologue & 

2 acts. Book & lyrics by Monte 
Eadstan, pseud, of A. Montague Easton, 
music by David Ward-Steinman. 2 v. 

© Monte Eadstan & David Ward-Steinman; 
70ct66; DU66904. 

THE BARREN FIELDS, by Connie Jeanne 
Danielson. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Connie Jeanne Danielson; 9Sep66; 
DU66788. 

THE BARTENDER! A comedy in three acts 
by Ken Gregory Krlkorian (Kenneth 
Oscar Krlkorian) I v. 6 Kenneth 
Oscar Krlkorian; 28nov66; DU67358. 

THE BARTERED BRIDE, by Bedrich 
Smetana. [Edited] by Harriet 
Nordholm; accompaniments by Frank 
Cookson. Evanston, 111., Summy- 
Birchard Co. 12 p. (Birchard opera 
series) 3 acts. Appl. author: 
Summy-Birchard Co., employer for 
hire of Harriet Nordholm & Frank B. 
Cookson. © Summy-Birchard Co.; 
I6jun66; DP6IO7. 
BARTLEBY, a play by Ray Wehner. 
53 1. 12 scenes. Adapted from 
Herman Melville's Bartleby, a story 
of Wall Street. © Ray Wehner; 
25Nov66; DU67223. 
BASIC PROBLEMS AND HEROIC ANTIDOTES OP 

THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE OREGON 

COUNTRY, 1847-1914, by Louise M. 

Clark. 16 1. Lecture. © Louise 

M. Clark; 5Dec66; CI9067. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



LA BASILICA DI SAN PIETRO IN VATICANO, 
(St. Peter's Church In Vatlcano) 
2 V. Text In English & Italian. 
Appl. authors: Aliprandl Ing. Alfonso 
Marcello & Ezlo Levi. © Sonosystem 
S.A.S.; 4Nov66; C18970. 

DIE BASSARIDEN; opera serla rait Inter- 
mezzo in einem Akt von W. H. Auden & 
Chester Kallman; Musik von Hans Werner 
Henze; Einrichtung von Helmut Reinoldj 
deutsche Kbers. von Maria Bosse- 
Sporleder. Mainz, B. Schott's Sohne . 
55 P- Nach den Bacohanten, des 
Euripides. Libretto. ©B. Schott's 
Sohne; lAug66; DP6220. 

DIE BASSARIDEN. (The Bassarlds) Opera 
seria mit Intermezzo in einem Akt von 
W. H. Auden & Chester Kallman; Musik 
von Hans Werner Henze; Einrichtung von 
Helmut Reinold; in deutsche tlbers. von 
Maria Bosse-Sporleder; Klavierauszug 
von Carlos Berner; Umschlagentwurf , 
Gunter Hadeler. Mainz, B. Schott's 
Sohne. 629 p. (Edition Schott, 
5'490) Nach den Bacchanten, des 
Duripides. Klavierauszug, 
© B. Schott's S"6hne; lAug66; DP6221. 

THE BASSARIDS; opera seria with inter- 
mezzo in one act by W. H. Auden & 
Chester Kallman; music by Hans Werner 
Henze. Mainz, B. Schott's Sohne. 
67 p. Based on the Bacchae, of 
Euripides. Libretto. ©B. Schott's 
Sohne; lAug66; DP6219. 

BASSARIDS. See 
DIE BASSARIDEN. 

BAT. See 

DIE PLEDERMAUS. 

BATISSEURS D' EMPIRE. See 

DEUX PIECES SUR LA FIN D'UW MONDE. 

BATMAN HAS UNDERARM PERSPIRATION, by 
Howard P. Kapso. 1 v. A monologue. 
© Howard F. Kapgo; £40ct66; CI89I3. 

BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. See 
DR. WHAT. 

BATWOMAN & WOODPECKER, by Joe Phillips 
& Sugar Cain, pseud, of Constance 
McCain. 2 1. Recording script. 
018798^ Cain & Joe Phillips; 24Aug66; 

THE BEAST IN THE MAZE, an archaeologlcal- 
ly-oriented telling of the story of 
Theseus, his early years and his en- 
counter with the Minotaur at Knossos 
by Marcla Gambrell Hovlck. 19 1. 
© Marcia Gambrell Hovick (Marcia 
Gambrell); 29Aug66; DU66488. 

BEATLES -FANS TALK AT THE STADIUM, by 

Allen Myles Jackson. 20 1. Script 

of a documentary recording. 

© A. Myles Jackson; 5Dec66; CI9068. 

BEAU - BO, a musical by James Hoggard 

& Bob Voss (Robert W. Voss) 1 v. 

A screenplay. © James Hoggard & 

Robert W. Voss; 22Dec66; DU67506. 

THE BEAU BRUMMELS OF OLNEYVILLE, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Ruth A. Warren. 30 1. 
© Ruth A. Warren; 270ct66; DU67107. 
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, by Dana V. 

Harris, pseud, of Doris R. Brazeal. 
112 1. A play In 5 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. I4jun65, DU63272, 
40ct65, DU64102 & 23Feb66, DU651l4. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Doris R. 
Brazeal; llJul66; DU66237. 
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, a musical enter- 
tainment for children, book & lyrics 
by Terrence Currier, music by Newton 
Wayland. 2 v. 2 acts. © Newton 
Wayland & Terrence Currier; 24Aug66; 
DU66742. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, a new musical 
adaptation for children by Christian 
Grey, pseud, of Francis E. Harkins 



& C. J. Kelley. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Francis E. Harkins & Carlyle J. 
Kelley; 15Sep66; DU66899. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST; script & lyrics by 
John Marier, music by Bert Carriere 
(Berthold Carriere) & John Marier. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© John R. Marier & Berthold Carriere; 
3Nov66; DU67293. 

BEAUTY MANOR, a fable in three acts 
by M. A. Kronberg. 107 1. © Meyer 
A. Kronberg; l4Nov66; DU67241. 

BECKY, a new musical, book, music & 
lyrics by Barbara Joslyn. 37 1. 
3 acts. From the novel Vanity fair, 
by William Makepeace Thackeray. 
Book & lyrics only. © Barbara Joslyn; 
25JUI66; DU66194. 

BECLCH, by Rochelle Owens (Rochelle 
Economon) 66 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Rochelle Owens; 3Aug66; DU66493. 

THE BED, a play in one act by Robert 
Heide, pseud, of Robert William 
Heitke. 1 v. © Robert William 
Heitke; 3Nov66; DU67295. 

BED OF NAILS, a romantic comedy by 
Richard DeRoy. 1 v. 3 acta, 
© Richard DeRoy; 6Sep66; DU66853. 

BED OF SHADOWS, a three act play by 
George Boss. 87 1. © George P. 
Boss; 18Ju166; DU66335 • 
THE BEE-DANCE, by Dimitrl Tsoucalas, 
pseud, of Dimitrl Tsykalas. 52 1. 
A play with music. Book & lyrics 
only. © Dimitrl Apollo Tsoucalas; 
27Jun66; DU66202. 

BEER ISLAND, a play In three acts by 
Ira Wallach. 1 v. © Ira Wallach; 
17'jct66; DU67005. 

DER BEFEHL; Fernsehspiel von Fritz 
Hochwalder. 61 1 . 22 scenes. 
© Fritz Hochwalder; 8jul66; DU66222. 

THE BEGGARS OP BORDEAUX, a Christmas 
play in one act for seven women by 
Edward Murch. England, Yennadon 
Plays. 31 p. © Edward Murch; 
7Apr66; DFO-1474. 

BEHIND BLACK BARS, by Jeri Rotter Hul- 
sizer. 1 v. A play. © Jeri Rotter 
Hulsizer; 4Nov66; DU67277. 

BEHOLD! COMETH THE VANDERKELLANS, 
by William Wellington Mackey. 
Denver, Azazel Books. 83 p. 
3 acts. © William Wellington 
Mackey; 25Sep66; A873907. 

DAS BElAGERTE WIEN, ein helteres Spiel 
in ernster Zeit von L. Weiner. 68 1. 
9 Szenen. © Ludwlg Weiner; 40ct66; 
Db-:6955. 
BELIEVE I'T OR NOT YOU CAN HAVE A 

PICTURE-BOOK LOOK IN YOUR BACK YARD, 
by Paul Willis & Indie Jo Dellaripa. 
Sheet. Taped recording script for 
radio commercial, © Sakrete, Inc , ; 
I8jul66; CI87IO, 

BELINDA, SHALL YOU BE THERE? Script 
for a musical by Julie Pruyn. 
34 1. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Julie Pruyn; 21Dec66; DU67383. 

THE BELL, a one act play by Elizabeth 
Scott. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. 
Co. 15 p. (Eldridge popular one-act 
playscripts) © Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
13Sep66; DP6235. 

THE BELL BIT, by Joseph A. Palladino. 
2 1. A dialog. © Joseph A. Palla- 
dino a.k.a. Joey Faye; 110ot66; 
DU67155. 

THE BELL HOP JET SERVICE OF THE SKIES, 
by Johnny Cavallo. 5 1. © Johnny 
Cavallo; 170ct66; CI8895 . 

BELLE AU BOIS. See 

DEUX PIECES SUR LA FIN D'UN MONDE. 



LA BELLE HELENE, translation & adap- 
tation by Louis Girsch. 76 1. 
A play in 3 acts. La Belle Hfelfene, 
by Jacques Offenbach. Libretto. 
© Louis Kirsch; 170ct66; DU66942. 

BEN JONSON: SEJAMJS; edited by Jonas A. 
Barish. New Haven, Yale University 
Press. 210 p. (The Yale Ben Jonson) 
5 acts. NM: editing, notes & Introd. 
© Yale University; lbjun65; A851042. 

BENNY AND THE FLYING MACHINE, by Hal 
Laeger (Harold M. Laeger), teleplay 
treatment by Steve Palmer (T. Steven 
Palmer) 1 v. © Harold M. Laeger & 
Steve Palmer; 5Jul66; DU66189. 

THE BEST BIRTHDAY, a play for children 
by Sara L. Ensor. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Sara L. Ensor; 7Nov66; DU67127. 

THE BEST LAID PLANS, a comedy in two 
acts by Fred Carmichael. New York, 
S. French. 94 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 15JUI66; DP6252. 

THE BEST OF W. C, S. , by W. Clement 
Stone. 18 1. A recording script. 
© Combined Insurance Co. of America; 
280ct66; CI8937. 

THE BETROTHAL IN A MONASTERY; lyric- 
comic opera in four acts, nine scenes; 
libretto by M. A. Mendelson-Proko- 
fieva; English translation by Edward 
T. Salvato, Jr. 24 p. Libretto. 
After the play The duenna, by R. B. 
Sheridan. Appl. states prev. pub. In 
U. S. S. R. © Ultraphone Records, 
Inc.; 16Nov66; DP6264 . 

BETTER GOLF THROUGH HYPNOSIS, by Richard 
R. Rohrbaugh. 10 1. Recording script, 
© Richard R. Rohrbaugh; 4Aug66; C18773. 

BETTER LUCK NEXT TIME. See 
ROOMS . 

BETTINA'S OWN DAD, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Lucy Martin. 34 1 . © Lucy Martin; 
20Dec66; DU67495. 

BETWEEN ELEVEN AND THURSDAY, an absurd 
play by Vernon Schmid. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 15 p. 
(Eldridge popular one-act playscripts) 
©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 13Sep66; DP6234 . 
BEWARE THE DOGG, a play in one act 

written by Bill Whelan (William James 
Whelan) 28 1. © William James 
Whelan; 22Jul66; DU66377 . 
BEYOND DESIRE, a play 1'" two acts adapt- 
ed by Constance Loux & Pierre La Mure. 
80 1. Dramatization of book Beyond 
desire, by Pierre La Mure & Constance 
Loux. i& Constance Loux & Pierre La 
Mure; 19Sep66; DU66864 . 
BIBLE, 0. T. See 

RUTH. 
BIG CHARLIE; series of TV scripts by 
Robert Mann. Episode no.l: Katnie 
comes home. 28 1. © Robert J. Mann; 
26Jul66; DU66416. 

BIG CITY HANDS AND PLAIN COUNTRY HEARTS. 

Book, lyrics, music by Doug Spears. 

1 V. © Doug Spears; 25Jul66; 

DU66389. 
THE BIG Y, by N. S. Bobbins. 38 1, 

A play. © N, S. Robbins; 240ct66; 

DU67088. 

BIRTHDAY, a play by Deborah W, Berman, 
42 1. © Deborah W, Berman; 120ct66; 
DU66992 . 

THE BIRTHRIGHT, by William Attlas. 
75 1. 3 acts. © William Attias; 
110ct66; DU66985. 

BIURO TAJNYCH DETEKTYWOW. See 

PRZYGODA POD PSEM. 
BLACK BOX, See 

A QUESTION OF ORDER. 
THE BLACK DEATH, a screenplay by All£.n 

Ramsen, pseud, of Alvan Abramsen. 

14 1 1. Adapted from a novel The ape 

of London, by Frank Crisp. C Allan 

Ramsen; l6Aug66; DU66594 . 



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101 



A BLACK FARCE FOR THREE CHARACTERS & 
A PLUMBER, by Rorald Mele. U 1. 
© Ronald Mele; 170ct66; DU67015. 

BLISS; d^ama in 3 acts by Richard 
Murray. 1 v. © Richard Murray; 
5Dec66; DU67408. 
THE BLONDE IN HIS LIFE, by Peter 
Keller. 35 1. A screenplay. 
© Peter Keller; 30Sep66; DU6692O. 
BLOOD, by N. S. Robbins. 22 1 . A play. 
© N. S. Robbins; 29Nov66; DU67362. 
BLUE HOUR, a comedy in three acts by 
Norman Krasna. 1 v. © Norman 
Krasna; 25Nov66; DU67441. 
BLUEBEARD, by Ray J. Broderlck. Sheet. 
© Ray J. Broderlck; 12Jul66; CI8687. 

THE BLUNDERER. (L'Eturdi) By Moliere, 
pseud, of Jean Baptiste Poquelin. 
Adapted from the original by Sala 
Staw. h2 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Sala Staw; £8Nov66; DU67??6. 

BOBBY, a comedy by Jay Romer, pseud, of 
Seymour Bennett, & Connie Romer, 
pseud, of Connie Lee Bennett. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Jay Romer & Connie Romer; 
19Dec66; DU67't8t. 

BOBBY. See 

TIPS ARE NOT INCLUDED. 

BOMBES SUR TABLE. See 

LE RETOUR DE NICK CARTER. 

BOMBS AND BUTTERFLIES, a comedy in 
three acts by Nathaniel N. Serper. 
1 V. © Nathaniel N. Serper; 5Dec66; 
DU67't07. 
BON ANNIVERSAIRE ISRAEL. See 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, HAY. 
BON VOYAGE, a farce in three acts by 
Gene Ruffini (Eugene Ruffini) 
92 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 2Jun65, 
DU63188. NM: revisions. © Eugene 
Ruffini; 12Jul66; DU65312. 

BONES, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Alice M. 
Nygaard. 30 1. © Alice M. Nygaard; 
270ct66; DU67IOO. 
BONES, by Rebecca Satzky. 8 1. A 
screenplay. © Rebecca Satzky; 
21Dec66; DU67'+99. 
BOOK OF HOSE A. See 

THE LORD'S REWARD. 
THE BORED WAR, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Olivia 
Norris. 31 1. © Olivia Norris; 
15Aug66; DU66584. 

BORN TO THE PURPLE, a play by Harold 
Cobin. 1 v. 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 22Jun64 , DU6O508. 'NM: 
revisions. © Harold Cobin; 7Kov66; 
DU6727O. 
BOTTOM RAIL TOP, a musical play, 
book by Goldie Kossow, lyrics by 
Goldie Kossow & Dick Hyman, music by 
Dick Hyman. 1 v. 2 acts. © Goldie 
Kossow & Dick Hyman; 8Aug66; DU66611. 

LES BOUQUINISTES; piece en trnis actes 
par Antoine Tudal, pseud, de Antoine 
Teslar. 68 1. © Antoine Tudal; 
250ct66; DU67072. 
LE BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME, by Moliere, 
English version by B. J. Wolfner. 
84 1. A play in 5 acts. © B. J. 
Wolfner; l8jul66; DU66342. 

BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME. See 
THE EDUCATION OF MR. J. 
THE GO-GO GENTLEMAN, 

BOWLING BINGO, an audience participa- 
tion game show for television broad- 
cast by Edgar M. Heltman. 14 1. 
Script. © Edgar M. Heltman; 8Sep66; 
CI8754 . 
THE BOXER AND THE QUEEN, by Sol Richman. 
21 1. A screenplay in 2 acts. 
© Sol Richman; 6sep66; DU66843. 



A BOY NAMED MONTY, a half -hour tele- 
vision play by Celina Belanger, pseud, 
of Marie Vigil. 22 1. © Celina 
Belanger; 26Sep66; DU66876. 

THE BOYS IN THEIR BACHELOR QUARTERS, 
a musical comedy, book, music & 
lyrics by J. B. Samuel. 98 1. 
2 acts. © John B. Samuel; lJun66; 
DU66l64 . 

A BRAND NEW WORLD, by Roberta Chiles- 
Koning. 1 v. A musical play 3 acts. 
© Roberta Chlles-Koning; 200ct66; 
DU6705I. 

BRANDY STOKER'S WAY-OUT HOUSE, by 

Al Eadeh (Alfred R. Eadeh) 102 1. 

A play in 2 acts. With music. 

© Alfred R. Eadeh; 15Nov66; DU67248. 
THE BREAD MILL, a film script by Willys 

"Celling, pseud, of William Stelling. 

133 1. © William Stelling; 17Nov66; 

DU67228. 

BREAK A Bl'TTERFLY, a play in one art 
by Raymond J. Bernier. 1 v. 
© RaymcTid J. Bernier; 9Dec66; 
F -674 28. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS, a one act 
play by Mary Kate Tews. 30 1. 
© Mary Kate Tews; 2Aug66; DU66244 . 

BREWSTER'S MILLIONS. See 
A WILD OAT. 

THE BRIEF AND VIOLENT REIGN OF ABSALOM, 
KING OF ISRAEL, an original play in 
two acts by James D. Pendleton. 1 v. 
© James D. Pendleton; 6Sep66; DU66729. 

THE BRIEF DEBUT OF TILDY, by 0. Henry; 
adapted as a one-act play by Robert 
Brome. Franklin, Ohio, Eldrldge 
Pub. Co. 26 p, (Eldridge popular 
one-act playscripts) ©Robert Brome; 
lSep66; DP6241. 

A BRIEF OUTLINE HISTORY OF THE SEWARD 
TO HOPE AREA ON THE KENAI PENINSULA; 
radio series by Mary Jane Barry. 
1 V. 12 scripts. © Mary Jane 
Barry; l6sep 66; CI8817. 

BRIGHTON HOUSE, a short story of Cin- 
cinnati ... by the author, William J. 
Reardon. 28 1. © William J. Reardon; 
19Sep66; CI883O. 

THE BRILLIANT AND THE DARK, an operatic 
sequence for women's voices; libretto 
by Ursula Vaughan Williams, music by 
Malcolm Williamson. London, 
J. Weinberger. 18 p. Libretto. 
© Josef Weinberger, Ltd.; Ijun66; 
DFI85O. 

THE BRITISH EXPLOSION, by Gwenn Mather. 
81. A monolog. Includes music for 
1 song. © Mocha Music (BMI); 
8Aug66; DU66519. 

BROKEN LULLABIES, by Voyo Vekov Miljevic, 
[Calgary, Can.] 1 v. 20 scenes. 
With music. Appl. states prev. reg. 
8Nov62, DU56641. NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Voyo Vekov Miljevic; 
24Feb66 (in notice: I962); DFI855. 
THE BROKEN SLED, by Norman C. Hugpins. 
2 sheets. © Norman C. Huggins; 
8Dec66; CI9034. 

BROTHER BIG BUSINESS, a play in three 
acts by Helen Mason Wells. 1 v. 
© Helen M. Wells; 29Jul66; DU66392 . 
BROTHER OF DRAGONS, a play in three 
acts with prologue and epilogue 
by Ramon Delgado. 1 v. Based on 
the life of Bartolome de las Casas. 
© Ramon Louis Delgado; 8Aug66; 
DU66523. 

BROWNISM, a religious lecture by Kenneth 
A. Brown. 10 1. ©Kenneth Allen 
Brown; 19Jul66; C18714 . 

BUCKETS AND BUCKETS OF TEARS, a musical 
fairytale. Book & lyrics by Elaine 
Youmans & others; music by Janet 
Cooper. 1 V. © Janet Cooper, Helene 
Marshall & Elaine Youmans; 250ct66; 
DU67093 . 



BUCKSKIN BRIDE, a musical comedy by 
Robert S. Nygaard. 2 v. 2 acts. 
© Robert S. Nygaard; 2Nov66; DU67149. 
THE BUDDHA TAMES A BANDIT, by Albert 
Fowler. 11 1. 5 acts. © Albert 
Powler; 3Sep66; A860826. 
BUDDY LAWREY, a play in three acts by 
Kenneth Hubner. 1 v. © Kenneth J. 
Hubner; 9Aug66; DU66529. 

BUENOS DIAS, CONDESITA; argumento, 

guion y dlalogos: Gabriel Pena, pseud, 
de Luis Cesar Amadori, & Jesus M. de 
Arozamena (Jesus Maria de Arozamena 
Berasategul) 280 1. Guion cinema- 
tografico. © Gabriel Pena & Jesus M. 
de Arozamena; 28Nov66; DU67344 . 

BUILD ME A SON, LORD. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: BUILD 
ME A SON, LORD. 

BUILDING LANGUAGE USAGE POWER, VOL. I, 
by Selma Greenberg & Anita Gurian. 
1 v. Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 2Dec66; CI9065 . 

BUILDING LANGUAGE USAGE POWER, VOL. II, 
by Selma Greenberg & Anita Gurian. 
1 V. Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 2Dec66; CI9066. 

BUILDING SENTENCES; script for slides 
by Lillian Butkiewicz. 3 !• 
© Lillian Butkiewicz; 21Dec66; 
CI9097. 

BUILDING VERBAL POWER, VOL. I, by 

Selma Greenberg & Anita Gurian. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 2Dec66; C3 9064. 

BULLFROG, by Arthur Elliott & Joseph 
Krumgold. 4 1. An illustrated 
lecture. © Joseph Krumgold & Arthur 
Elliot; 3Aug66; CI877I. 

BULLY FOR BOISE, by Florence H. Berry. 
83 1. A musical play in 4 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Florence H. 
Berry; 8Aug66; DU66275 . 
DER BUND FUERS LEBEN; ein Lustpiel in 
3 Akten von Hans Schubert. 77 1. 
© Herta Schubert; 7Sep66; DU6676O. 

BURNING DOLL OF NOGAYA, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Les Morris. 34 1. © Les Morris; 
270c t66; DU67IO5. 

THE BURNING FIERY FURNACE; second 
parable for church performance by 
William Plomer; set to music by 
Benjamin Britten. Op. 77. London, 
Faber Music. 38 p. Libretto. 
© Faber Music, Ltd.; l8jul66; 
DFO-1481. 

THE BURNING OF THE PEGGY STEWART, by 
Jolin D. Nixon. 12 1. A play in 3 
acts. © John Denys Nixon'; lSep66; 
DU66451. 

BUS BANDITS. See 
LOUIS AND I. 
BUS TRIP TO MIAMI, a comedy in three 
acts by William Cotter & David West, 
Dsend. of Vern H. Weiher. 1 v. 
© William Cotter & David West; 
240ct66; DP6186. 
BUSH WEEK, a comedy in 3 acts for 
7 characters by Doris Isabel Hart & 
B. Hart, pseud, of Beatrice Elsie 
Bradley. 28 1. © Doris Isabel 
Hart & Beatrice Elsie Bradley; 
28JUI66; DU66241. 
THE BUSIEST BED IN THE VILLAGE, a new 
comedy by Bernard Ilson. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Bernard Ilson; l4Nov66; 
DU67239. 
BUSINESS DOCTOR. See 

DOCTOR EUPHORIA. 
BUSINESS SUCCESS U. S. A., by C. Wendel 
Muench. 35 1- © C. V.'endel Muench; 
7Nov66; CI9079. 
BUT NOT FOREVER, an original screenplay 
by Louis J. Hexter. 97 1. © Louis 
J. Hexter; 260ct66; DU67095 • 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



PITT THE RUNNER STUMBLES, by Milan Stitt. 
91 1. A play in 3 acts. © Milan 
Stitt; 15Aug66; DU66572. 

THE BUTTERFLIES OF SAINT JANE, a play 
by Oscar Williams. I67 1. 3 acts. 
© Oscar S. Williams; 170ct66; 
DU67184. 

A BUTTON SOWN IN WINTER, a play for 
dancers & actors by Cedric Stanley 
Flower. 38 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Cedric Stanley Flower; llAug66; 

Dueejtg. 

BY GEORGE; An original musical play by 
Todd Hunt. I38 1. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Todd Hunt; 6Sep66; 
DU66855. 

BY HER SIDE, by Celina Belanger, pseud. 

of Marie Vigil. 14 1. A play in 

2 acts. © Celina Belanger; llJul66; 

DU66256. 
THE BYE-BYE TREE, a play for children 

by Harry Peakman. 49 1. 2 acts. 

Book & lyrics only. © Harry Peakman; 

2Dec66; DU67435. 



C. C. C. GANDY, by Randy Ford (Kenneth 
Randolph Ford) 95 1 . A play in 
3 acts. © Randy Ford; 21Dec66; 
DU675OI. 

THE CABARONDE, a cabaret-in-the-round, 
by Stephen E. Hays. 1 v. With 
music. © Stephen Edward Hays; 
llAug66; DU66653. 

CABBAGES AND KINGS, a screenplay by 
Anthony C. Jacovina. 1 v. © Anthony 
C. Jacovina; 30ct66; DU67O28. 

CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA. See 
TWO PLAYS FOR PURITANS. 

CAFE INNOCENCE, a play in two acts by 
Benjamin P. Indick. 1 v. © Ben- 
jamin P. Indick; 4Aug56; DU66499. 

CALL ME SHAKESPEARE, a play in two 
acts by Guy Endore. Dramatists 
Play Service. 63 p. © Guy Endore; 
lNov66; DP6188. 
EL CAMINO A LA LIBERTAD Y LA REALIZACI- 
ON. (The way to freedom and fulfill- 
ment) Conferencia sobre la Ciencia 
Christiana per Thomas A. MoClain. 
21 1. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Riding easy In the harness, 8Jan65, 
CI7279. NM: Spanish translation. 
© Thomas A. McClain; l8Jul66; CI868I. 

CAMPAIGN CONFERENCE NUMBER SEYEN. See 
WCKY CAMPAIGN CONFERENCE NUMBER 
SEVEN. 

CAMPING IN 1966; address and oral lec- 
ture given by William Ceravolo. 5 !• 
© William Ceravolo; 30Sep66; C18846. 

CAN 117 YEAR OLD TEENAGER FIND 
HAPPINESS? See 
TOOT '66. 

~ANAL TOWN, a musical play in two acts* 
book & lyrics by L. H. Moyer, rausi'-'al 
score by Alice & L. H. Moyer, lyrics 
for Waitin' for the daisy king by 
Mary Wamp. 1 v. © Le Roy H. Moyer 
& Alice Moyer; 12Bec66; DU67432. 

CANDY IN A CORNFIELD, a musical semi- 
biography with book, music & lyrics 
by Carl Kulkman. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Carl Kulkman; 23Aug66; DU66654 . 

CANDY MERCHANT, a comedy-drama in three 
acts by Henry F. Eason. 67 1. 
© Henry F. Eason; 30Nov66; DU67369. 

CAPITAINE BADA; piece en 3 actes suivl 
de BADADESQUES; piece en 1 acte. 
De Jean Vauthler. [Paris] Gallimard. 
257 p. ( Le Manteau d'Arlequin) 
Capitaine Bada prev. reg. 1953- 
© on Badadesnues; Editions Gallimard; 
30Sep66; DFO-1486. 



THE CAPRICIOUS PEARLS, for 4 men, 

9 women by Virginia Kidd. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 30 p. (El- 
dridge popular one-act playscripts) 
©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 6Sep66; DP6239. 

THE CARELESS HUSBAND, by Colley Cibber; 
edited by William W. Appleton. Lin- 
coln, University of Nebraska Press. 
135 P- (Regents Restoration drama 
series) 5 acts. NM: introd., appen- 
dixes & explanatory notes. © Univer- 
sity of Nebraska Press; 22Jul66; 
A862589. 

CARL SANDBURG: HIS PEOPLE AND HIS 
POETRY, a dramatized reading in two 
parts arranged by Edward W. Mammen 
& Margaret Servine. 46 1. Based on 
the works of Carl Sandburg. Text 
only. Appl . ?-^ates prev. reg. 1966, 
DU664l8. NM: substitution of new 
poetry & song texts. © Edward W. 
Mammen & Margaret Servine; 23Sep66; 
DU66874 . 

CARL SANDBURG: HIS PEOPLE AND HIS 
POETRY, a dramatized reading in two 
parts; arr. by Edward W. Mammen & 
Margaret Servine. 46 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Edward W. Mammen & 
Margaret Servine; 29Aug66; DU664l8. 

CARNATIONS ARE NOT ENOUGH, a comedy in 
one act by Louis S. Horvath. New 
York, S. French. 20 p. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; l6May66; DP6087. 

CARNIVAL. See 

VOICES IN YOUR ALLEY, GOD. 

THE CARRION EATERS, a comedy by Robert 
D. Weingarten. 70 1. © Robert D. 
Weingarten; 17Jun66; DU66209. 

CASANOVA, a musical suggested by the 
memoirs of the Most Illustrious 
Jacques Casanova, Chevalier de 
Seihgalt, Conte de Gremeni; book 
& lyrics by John Wolf son. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © John 
Wolfson; l80ct66; DU67183. 

THE CASE AGAINST GOD, a play in two 
acts by Harry F. Lane. 38 1. 
© Harry P. Lane; lAug66; DU66242. 

CASSANDRA SOUTHWICK, a chamber opera in 
one act; music by Robert James Has- 
kins, libretto by Allen J. Koppen- 
haver. 2 v. Based on the poem by 
John Greenleaf Whittier. © Allen 
J. Koppenhaver & Robert James Haskins- 
l9Aug66; DU66479. 

CATCH A PALLING STAR, a play in three 
acts by Irwin Shappin. 1 v. 
© Irwin Shappin; 280ct66; DU67162. 

CATHERINE D' MEDICI, a dramatic play for 
television or legitimate theatre 
■production by Edwin B. Dooley. 
29 1. 3 acts. © Edwin B. Dooley; 
7Sep66; DU66776. 

CATHERINE, THE GREATEST, by David 
Chandler. 73 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© David Chandler; i6Nov66; DU67255. 

CAIMAN ON THE PROWL, by Larry Jackson & 
Dick Randall. 27 1. A screenplay. 
© Dick Randall; 20Jian66; DU66208. 

LA CENA; drama en dos actos por Arturo 
Parrilla. 31 1. © Arturo Parrilla; 
29Aug66; DU6679I. 

CHADERI, a comedy in four acts by 
Shah Latifi. 126 1. © Shah Tawab 
Latifi; 13Jun66; DU66478. 

CHAIN OF COMMAND, by Brian Garfield. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. Adapted in 
part from the novel The last bridge 
by Brian Garfield. © Brian Garfield; 
9Sep66; DU66566. 

CHAINED PASSAGE, by Timothy Oksman. 
94 1. A musical play in 4 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Timothy 
Oksman; 30Sep66; DU6683I. 

THE CHAMP, recitation by Max Powell & 
Jackie Fargo. Sheet. © Cedarwood 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 10Mar66; CI8805 . 



CHANDELIERS, See 

THE APPROPRIATION AND DISLOCATION OF 
HOUSTON BENNINGTON. 

CHANGE OF LIFE. See 
LADY REMAYED. 

THE CHANGELING, by Thomas Middleton & 
William Rowley, edited by George 
Walton Williams. Lincoln, University 
of Nebraska Press. 112 p. (Regents 
Renaissance drama series) 5 acts. 
NM: introd., appendixes & explanatory 
notes. © University of Nebraska 
Press; 24Jun66; A849661. 

THE CHANGELING, by Thomas Middleton & 
William Rowley, edited by Matthew W.' 
Black. Philadelphia, University of 
Pennsylvania Press. 143 P. (The 
Mathew Ca.rey Library of English and 
American Literature) 5 acts. NM: 
introd. & annotation. © Trustees of 
the University of Pennsylvania; 
l4Jun66; A85IOII. 

THE CHARLATANS, by Virginia Rowe. 
155 !• A screenplay. © Virginia 
Rowe; 27Dec66; DU675II. 

CHASE ME, COMRADE; A farce by" Ray 
Cooney. London, English Theatre 

Guild. 94 p. (Guild library) 
3 acts. © Ray Cooney; 17Jun66; 
DFI853. 

A CHAVE DO MISTERIO DA CRIACAO. (The 
key to the mystery of creation) 
Conferencia sobre Ciencia Crista por 
Thomas A. McClain. 23 1. © Thomas 
A. McClain; 10Aug66; CI8882. 

THE CHERRY ORCHARD, a comedy in four 
acts by Anton Chekhov. Translated 
from the Russian by William Symons. 
60 1. © William Symons; 15Jul66; 
DU66306. 

CHERRY ORCHARD. See 

TWO PLAYS OF ANTON CHEKHOV: THE 
CHERRY ORCHARD, THREE SISTERS. 
LE CHEVAL EVANOUI, de Francoise Sagan, 
pseud, de Francoise Quoirez. 112 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Francois Sagan; 
i8nov66; DU67346. 
CHI E' IL GUARDIANO DI TUO FRATELLO? 
(Who is your brother's keeper?) 
Conferenza sulla Scienza Cristiana 
di Neil H. Bowles. 43 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 27Apr65, CI7618. 
NM: Italian translation. © Neil H. 
Bowles; l8jul66; CI8683. 
THE CHIC LIFE, a comedy in three acts 
by Arthur Marx. 119 1. © Arthur 
Marx; 4Aug66; DU66498. 

CHINA IN A BULLRING, a play by 
Vyonne M. McClellan. 24 1. 
© Vyonne Madsen McClellan; 15Nov66; 
DU67246. 
CHLOE, by Fanny Heaslip Lea. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Anne Stryker; 
9Aug66; DU66525. 
THE CHRIST, by Jose Martin Recuerda; 
translated by Joelyn Ruple. 56 1. 
A play in 2 parts. Translation of 
El Cristo. © Jose Martin Recuerda; 
19Dec66; DU67480. 
THE CHRIST, THE CROSS, THE CRISIS, 
by John E. Steeg, Jr. 12 1. 
© John E. Steeg, Jr.; 15Sep66; 
CI8816. 
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AND HUMAN RELATION- 
SHIPS. See 

LA SCIENZA CHRISTIANA E LE RELAZIONI 
UMANE. 
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, ITS MESSAGE TO THE 
TWENTIETH CENTURY. See 
A CIENCIA CRISTA, SUA MENSAGEM AO 

SECULO VINTE. 
LA CIENCIA CRISTIANA; SU MENSAJE AL 
SIGLO VEINTE. 
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: RELIGION POR A 
SCIENTIFIC AGE. See 
KRISTEN VIDENSKAP: RELIGION FOR EN 

VTDENSKAPELIG TIDSALDER . 
U SCIENCE CHRETIENNE, RELIGION D'UN 
AGE SCIENTIFIQUE. 



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1966 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



103 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: THE WAY OF ACTIVE 
PEACE. See 

SCIENZA CRISTIANA: LA VIA DELIA PACE 
ATTIVA. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL; director - Celia 
Wilson. 1 V. A play. Adaptation of 
Dickens Christmas Carol for children's 
theater. © Cella Richards Wilson; 
30Nov66; DU67445. 

CHRISTMAS CAROL. See 

IT'S CHRISTMAS, MISTER SCROOGE J 

CHRISTMAS COMES TO DETROIT LOUIE, by 
Bobby G. Wood. Franklin, Ohio, El- 
dridge Pub. Co. ^tl p. (Eldridge 
Christmas entertainments) 2 acts. 
©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 6Sep66; T)F62kO. 

CHRISTMAS EVE; complete opera in four 
acts, nine scenes; libretto by N. A. 
Rims'^y-Korsa'^ov; synopsis & libretto 
translated by Jeanne P. Soudeikine & 
Edward T. Salvato, Jr. I6 p. 
Libretto. After the story by N. V. 
Gogol. Appl. states prev. pub. in 
Russia in l895. © Ultraphone 
Records, Inc.; 7Dec65; DP6265 . 

CHRISTMAS IN CUSTOMS, a Christmas play 
by Shirley Ann Lockhart. 15 p. 
© Abingdon Press, 2May66; DP6139. 

A CHRISTMAS TOYLAND FANTASY, for ballet, 
mixed chorus & orchestra. Words by 
Jean Border; music by David W. Thorn- 
ton. 5t 1. © David William Thornton; 
210c t66; DU67076. 

THE CHURCH AND THE WORLD, by Johann 
B. Metz. 30 1. A lecture. 
© John XXIII Institute, St. Xavler 
College; l8Jul66; CI873I. 

CHURCH PLAYS AND HOW TO STAGE THEM, by 
Albert Johnson; introd. by R. H. Ed- 
win Espy. Philadelphia, United 
Church Press. 17^* p. 3 plays. 
Contents: Journey to judgment--The 
innocent--Everyman. Appl. states 
The innocent prev. pub. Nov. I96O. 
© United Church Press; 23Aug66; 
A864078. 

LA CIENCIA CRISTIANA: SU MENSAJE AL 
SIGLO VEINTE. (Christian Science: 
Tt-.s message to the twentieth century) 
Conferencia sobre la Ciencia Cristl- 
ana por Thomas A. McClain. 21 1. 
© T'homas A. McClain; 2Sep66; 
CI888O. 

CINDERELLA; adapted by Sarah Marie 

Schlesinger, book & lyrics; & Michael 
E. Dansicker, music. 2 v. © Sarah 
Marie Schlesinger & Michael Dansicker; 
31Aug66; DU6680I. 

CINDERELLA: book & lyrics by Richard 
Balin (Richard Rosenberg Balin), music 
by Richard Behrke . 20 1. A musical 
play In 2 acts. Book only. © Rich- 
ard Balin; 12Jul66; DU66347 . 

CINDERELLA; PPX Enterprises, 

author of play, Frank Metis, author 
of music. 1 V. © PPX Publishing, 
a division of PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 
200ct66; DU67173. 

CINDERELLA BROWN, a comedy for the 
stage; treatment by Beth Leigh- 
Taylor (Elizabeth Janet Leigh-Taylor) 
55 1. 3 acts. © Elizabeth Janet 
Leigh-Taylor; llJul66; DU6626I. 

CIRCLING THE SQUARE, by A. H. Roemer. 
20 1. A play. © Anthony H. Roemer; 
25Aug56; DU66480. 

THE CITY SCENE, by Frank Gagliano. 
Part 1: Paradise gardens east; 
part 2: Conerlco was here to stay. 
New York, S. French. 52 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Conerlco was 
here to stay, 280ct63j DU58799. 
NM: Part 1: Paradise gardens east. 
© Frank Gagliano; 31Dec65 ; DP6II5 . 

CLARA, by Richard Dana. 1 v. A 

musical play in 2 acts. Based on the 
Reminiscences of Clara Codona, mem- 

268-067 O - 67 - 3 



ber of the Flying Codonas. Book 
only. © Richard Dana; 26sep66; 
DU66747. 
THE CLASS, a play in eight scenes by 
Judson Ray Soruton. 46 1. © Jud- 
son Ray Scruton; 5Aug66; DU665OO. 

CLASS, by Gene Vier (Eugene Vler) 
74 1. A play in 3 acts. © Eugene 
Vier; 30ct66; DU66835 . 

THE CLASS, by Gregory Rozakls. 20 1. 
A play. © Gregory Rozakls; 19Jul66; 
DU66370 . 

CLASSROOM SING ALONG, a script by Lois 
Raebeck. 33 1 . © Lois Raebeck; 
310ct66; CI8990. 

CLEO AND US, by Donna D. Douglass. 

1 V. A musical play. © Donna D. 
Douglass; 22Aug66; DU666t5. 

THE CLOAK OF CASANOVA, a comedy in five 
acts by Anslavs Eglltls. 76 1. 
© Anslavs Eglltls; 100ct66; DU66976. 

CLOCK-CITY; comedie dramatique en 
quatre actes de N. R. Praz. 5^ 1- 
© Marcisse Rene Praz; l8Nov66; 
DU67345 . 
THE CLOWNS, a musical play about 
Brotherhood for elementary school 
children, by Dominic La Salle. 1 v. 
©Dominic La Salle; l80ct66; DU66944 . 

THE COAT AMD THE CUP, a play in three 
acts by Mary U. Glazener. 55 1. 
© Mary U. Glazener; 9Aug66; DU66528. 

CO-CONSCIOUS DELINEATION, by Harry P. 
Darling. 40 1. Lecture. © Harry 
F. Darling; 10Aug66; CI8784. 

THE COFFEE SHOP, by Jean Wolcott. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Jean 
Wolcott; 28Sep66; DU66914 . 

COLETTE, a play by John Gray. 1 v. 

2 acts. © John Gray; 5Dec66; 
DU6742O. 

COLLACOCHA, by Enrique Solari Swayne, 
translation by Hugo Calderon, pseud, 
of Reginald H. Zalles. 83 1 . A 
play in 3 acts. © Hugo Calderon; 
12Dec66; DU67433. 

COLLEGE OF ST. SCHOLASTICA T/V WORK- 
SHOP, DULUTH. 19 1. Television 
script. © College of St. Scholastica, 
Inc.; lAug66; C18745. 

COLONIAL CAPERS, a screenplay by 
Shirley W. Behr. 6I 1. 3 acts. 
© Shirley W. Behr; 25Aug66; DU66660. 

EL COLOR DE NUESTRA PIEL, de Celestlno 
Gorostiza; edited by Luis Soto-Rulz & 
S. Samuel Trifllo. New v^irk. 
Macmillan. 119 p. (Macmillan modern 
Spanish American literature series . 
General editor: Donald A. Yates 1 

3 acts. Text ^n English & Spanish. 
© Macmillan Co.; l?Sep66; A868907. 

COLOR ME WHITE. See 

A VENDETTA VAUDEVILLE. 
TWE COLOR OF HEAT, by Saul Zachary. 
29 1. A play. © Saul Zachary; 
lSep66; DU66707. 

COLUMBUS DAY I, UNION SQUARE, by 
Columbus Day Celebration, Inc. 
7 1. A script. © Columbus Day 
Celebration, Inc.; 200ct66; DU67026. 

COLUMBUS DAY PAGEANT, AQUATIC PARK 

SEQUENCE, by Columbus Day Celebration, 
Inc. 21 1. 2 parts. © Columbus 
Day Celebration, Inc.; 200ct66; 
DU67025 . 

COME BACK, GO AWAY, I LOVE YOUI 1 v. 
A dramatico-musical adaptation in 2 
parts of Adam's diary fk Eve's diary 
by Mark Twain & The lady or the tiger 
by Frank R. Stockton. Book & lyrics 
only. Contents: Diary of Adam <fc Eve.— 
The lady or the tiger. Appl. authors: 
Jerry Bock & Mayerling Productions, 
Ltd., employer for hire of Sheldon 
Harnlck. © Jerry Bock & Mayerling 
Productions, Ltd.; l80ct66; DU67048. 



COME INFORMAL, an original two-act 
comedy by Sol Goldstein. 85 1. 
2 acts. © Sol Goldstein; 29Aug66; 
DU66674 . 

COME INTO THE GARDEN MAUD. See 
SUITE IN THREE KEYS. 

COME ON HOME, a gospel song play by 
Jobe Huntley. 20 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © on text; Jobe Huntley; 
8Aug66; DU66607. 

THE COMEBACK OF CHRISTINE MCCADDEN, 
by M. Kelley, pseud, of Mary E. 
Gough & J. Van Herpen. 1 v. A play 
In 3 acts. © Judy Van Herpen & 
Margo Kelley; 28Sep66; DU66916. 

COMEDY AND TRAGEDY REWRITTEN & GEORGE 
TERRY FAT MAN BIT, by Howard Bloom. 
1 V. 2 monologue scripts. Appl. 
states Comedy and tragedy prev. reg. 
as Howard Bloom comedy and tragedy 
monologue for record. NM: revisions. 
© Howard Bloom; 28Dec66; C19102. 

COMEDY OF A BANKING HOUSE. See 
FRANK THE FIFTH. 

COMING HOME, by Lloyd G. Reese. Sheet. 
© Herman Lubinsky; 12Sep66; CI8828. 

COMMAND OF A NATION, a play i<^ three 
acts by Helen M. Johnson. 129 1 ■ 
Appl. states prev. reg. 27Sep65, 
DU63997. NM: revision. © Helen M. 
Johnson; 28Nov66; DU6736O. 

COMMENCEMENT, a play in one act by 
Lillian Lipman. 23 1. A play. 
© Lillian Lipman; 5Dec66; DU67418. 

COMMENCEMENT, by James L. Connor III. 
1 V. A play in 4 scenes. © James 
L. Connor III; 29Aug66; DU66682. 

LA COMMERE; com6dle en un acte pour les 
^omedleng Italiens par M. de Marivaux; 
preface de Sylvle Chevalley. [Paris] 
Hachette. II6 p. © Llbrairie 
Hachette; 30Jun66; DPO-1488. 

COMMISSION, a play wholly consisting of 
testimony before the Warren Commission 
. . . edited, arranged, selected ^ 
written by Joseph S. Lobenthal, Jr. 
1 V. © Joseph S. Lobenthal, Jr.; 
23Nov66; DU672.3O. 

A COMPANY OF WAYWARD SAINTS, by George 
Herman. 2 acts. (In Religious 
theatre, no. 3, winter I965-I966, 
P-5-85) ©George Herman; 15Apr66; 
DP6126. 

THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF D. H. LAWRENCE; 
David Machin, editor. London, Heine- 
mann. 558 p. 10 plays. © Estate of 
the late Frieda Lawrence; 6Dec65; 
AF24665. 

THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF WILLIAM WYCHERLEY. 
Love in the wood; Gentleman-dancing- 
master; The country wife; The plain 
dealer. Edited with an introd., notes 
& variants by Gerald Weales. 1st ed. 
Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday & Co. 
534 p. (The Anchor seventeenth- 
century series, AC-8) © Doubleday & 
Co., Inc.; 2Sep66; A860727. 

COMPOSITE; spectacular television game 
show created by Fred B. Norman. 
23 1. © Fred B. Norman; 40ct66; 
CI8898. 

COMPTON COUNCIL ON HUMAN RELATIONS. 
See 

WHY NO FIRE THAT TIME? THE COMPTON 
COUNCIL ON HUMAN RELATIONS. 

A CONCEPT OF THE STATE OF NOTHINGNESS, 
by H. Daniel Curtis. 1 v. Lecture. 
© H. Daniel Curtis; 28Nov66; CI8989. 

CONCERT. See 

MAYPOLE VILLAGE SERIES, 

CONDEMNED DESIRE; screenplay by Ken 
McGulre. based on an idea by Boris 
P. Berest & Tony Barucco. 110 1. 
© Creative Motion Picture Corp.; 
BJu166; DU6628I. 



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July-Dec. 



CONERICO WAS HERE TO STAY. See 
THE CITY SCENE. 

CONEY ISLAND, a musical revue with 
dialogue, two actsj script by- 
Barbara Soutar & Alyce Midnet, 
original music & lyrics by Barbara 
Soutar. 1 V. Book only. © Barbara 
Soutar & Alyce Midnet; 15Nov66; 
DU6711'+. 

A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S 
COURT, a play in three acts by Phil, 
lip F. Vizcarra. 52 1. Adapted 
from the story of Mark Twain. 
© Phillip F. Vizcarra; 30Dec66; 
DU67505 . 

THE CONSPIRACY OF EVIL, by Guy Edward 
Thomajan. 102 1. A screenplay. 
© Guy Edw. Thomajan; l6Sep66; DU66825. 

CONTES D' HOFFMANN. See 
THE TALES OF HOFFMANN. 

THE CONTESTANTS, a comedy in one act 
by Bruce Kessler. 58 1. © Bruce 
Kessler & Marc Kessler; 130ct66; 
DU67OO3. 

LA CONVENTION BELZEBIR; comedie en 4 
actes de Marcel Ayme. 1 v. © Marcel 
Ayme; i8Nov66; DUe??**?. 

THE COOCH DANCER, a play in three acts 
by Noel Lester % Dlanne Coy. 1 v. 
© Noel B. Lester & Dianne Coy; 
110ct66; DU67136. 

COOL MAN, a television pilot; script by 
De Vaughn La Bon. 15 1. © De Vaughn 
La Bon; 29Aug66; DU66799. 

COOL THOUGHTS, by Lennox Industries. 
3 1. Recording script. © Lennox 
industries, Inc.; 28Nov66; CI8986. 

COPS AND ROBBERS, a new tragiburlesk 
by Robert L. Banov. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Robert Louis Banov; 21Nov66; 
DU67309. 

CORONATION OF POPPEA. See 
L'INCOROWAZIONE DE POPPEA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; Jan. 7, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. Ih 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; 
CI8866. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOXrED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; 
Sept. ]5, 1965, Shasta Springs, 
Calif. Recording script by Saint 
Gei-main Press. I5 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; i8Nov66; C19047 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED BLESSED GODDESS OF JUSTICE; 
May 29, 1965, Santa Fe, N. M. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
1^ 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
310ct66; CI8956. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED BLESSED LANTO; June JO, 
1965, Santa Pe, N. M. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 10 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 310ct66; 
C189'J6. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED BLESSED SAINT GERMAIN; 
Jan. 9, 1965, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
14 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
29Sep66; C18868. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED CYCLOPEA; Jan. 1, I965, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. Ik 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; CI886O. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Feb. 21, 19 65, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 310ct66; 
CI8958. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; June 20, I965, 
Sante Pe, N. M. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. l4 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 310ct66; 
CI8940. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Sept. 6, 19 65, 
Shasta Springs, Calif. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
3iOct66; C18942. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY & GREAT ELOHIM, 
MIGHTY HERCULES; Aug. 9 & Aug. 11, 
1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. 2 re- 
cording scripts by Saint Germain 
Press. 2 V. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 310ct66; CI895O. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OP JUSTICE; Jan. 2, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; 
C18861. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF LIBERTY; 
June 13, 1965, Santa Pe, N. M. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 16 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 310ct66; CI8953. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF LIGHT; Jan. 8, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 16 1. 
©Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; 
CI8867 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GREAT COSMIC ANGEL ON 
WHOSE CROWN BLAZES THE WORD UNION; 
July 11, 1965, Santa Pe, N. M. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 16 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 310ct66; CI8959. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED K-17; Aug. 20, I965 , 
Shasta Springs, Calif. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 13 1. 
©Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 18Nov66; 
CI9039. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LADY MASTER NADA; Sept. Ik, 
1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
18Nov66; G19046. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LORD MAHA CHOHAN; June 6, 
1965, Santa Fe, N. M. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 310ct66; 
CI8954 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LORD MAITREYA; May 30, 
1965, Santa Fe, N. M. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
15 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
310ct66; CI8955. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS; Sept. 12, 
1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
310ct66; CI8944. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER SAINT GERMAIN; 
Oct. 3, 1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 14 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 310ct66; C18941. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY ARCTURUS ; Dec. 26, 
1964, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; 
CI8853. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY CYCLOPEA; Aug. 19, 
1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 

13 '-. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
lbNov66; CI9038. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY ELOHIM OF PURITY; 
Sept. 8, 1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 10 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 18Nov66; C1904l. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY GODDESS OF LIBERTY; 
Aug. 17, 1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 13 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 310ct66; CI8949. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY LANTO; Dec. 31, 

1964, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 10 1. 
©Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; 
CI8858. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY SANAT KUMARA; 
Aug. 18, 1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. l4 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 310ct66; C18948. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Aug. 10, 

1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
29Sep56; CI887O. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Sept. 7, 
1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 

14 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
18Nov66; C19040. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Sept. 17, 
1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
17 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
29Sep66; CI887I. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED QUAN YIN; Dec. 30, 1964, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. l4 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; CI8857 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ROSE OF LIGHT, THE 
GODDESS OF VICTORY; June 27, I965, 
Santa Fe, N. M. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 310ct66; 
CI8947. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; July 4, 
1965, Santa Fe, N. M. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
12 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
3lOct66; CI8945. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; Aug. 8, 
1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
3iOct66; CI8951. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED BELOVED ASCENDED LADY 
MASTER LETO; Dec. 29, 1964, Chicago, 
111. Recording script by Saint 
Germain Press. 15 1. © Saint Ger- 
main Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; CI8856. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED BELOVED HERCULES; Jan. 6, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; 
C18865. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; 
Sept. 5, 1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 14 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 310ct66; C18943. 



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1966 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



105 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT BELOVED PRESENCE, THE LORD 
MAHA CHOHAN; Sept. 10, I965, Shasta 
Springs, Calif. Recording script by- 
Saint Germain Press. 14 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 18Nov66; 
019043. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT COSMIC PRESENCE - GOD OP 
GOLD; Dec. 28, 1964, Chicago, 111. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 14 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 29Sep66; C18855. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT COSMIC PRESENCE, MESSENGER 
NO.l; Dec. 2?, 1964, Chicago, 111. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 15 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 29Sep66; C18854 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM, MIGHTY HERCULES. 
See 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED DADDY & GREAT 

ELOHIM, MIGHTY HERCULES. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT GOD HARMONY; Sept. 9, I965 , 
Shasta Springs, Calif. Recording 
script by Sa^nt Germain Press. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; i8Nov66; 
C19042. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT RULER OF THE VIOLET PIANET; 
Sept. 11, 1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 13 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 18Nov66; C19044 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED PRECIOUS VICTORY. 
See 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY MIGHTY BELOVED VICTORY 
8e MIGHTY BELOVED PRECIOUS VICTORY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED SILENT WATCHER; 
May 28, I965, Santa Fe, N. M. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
510ct66; CI8957. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED VICTORY & MIGHTY 
BELOVED PRECIOUS VICTORY; May. 20 & 
May 25, 1965, Santa Fe, N. M. 2 re- 
cording scripts by Saint Germain 
Press. 2 V. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 310ct66; CI8952. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ELOHIM OF PEACE; Sept. 13, 
1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Ger-main Press. 
14 1. ©Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
i8Nov66; CI9045. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY THE GREAT ELOHIM CASSEOPIA; Jan. 3, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 16 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; 
C18862. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY THE GREAT ELOHIM OF PEACE; Jan. 10, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 14 1. 
©Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; 
C18869. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY THE GREAT ELOHIM OF PURITY; Jan. 5. 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 14 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; 
C18864 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY THE GREAT ELOHIM ORION; Jan. 4, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 15 1- 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; 
CI8863. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY THE GREAT ELOHIM ORION; Jan 4, 
1966, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 29Sep66; 
CI8872. 

CORYDON, THE CRADLE OF OUR COMMONWEALTH; 
Indiana sesquicentennial pageant 
commissioned by Corydon & Harrison 
County Sesquicentennial Committee; 
by Eleanor & Newell Long. 96 1. 
4 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Eleanor R. Long & Newell H. Long; 
15May66; DP6215 . 

COSI FAN TUTTE, an uncomfortable 

comedy in ^ acts by Mozart. Words by 
Lorenzo da Ponte, translated with 
preface by R. B. Moberly. [London] 
70 p. Libretto. © Robert Basil 
Moberly; 30Mar66; DFO-1477. 

THE COST OF LIVING INDEX, a one-act 
play by Jack Morse. 38 1. © Jack 
Morse; 5Jul66; DU6619O. 

COTTMAN TRANSMISSION, by Eugene Rcbert 
Tanz. Sheet. Commercial script. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
lDec66; CI9058. 

THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO, by Alex- 
andre Dumas; a play for early teen- 
age boys & girls adapted for the 
stage by Ray Mount, Jr. 66 1. 
4 acts. ©Ray Mount, Jr.; 40ct66; 
DU66954 . 

COUNTDOWN AND BL*ST OFF, by Leo Gold- 
man. 30 1. A play. © Leo Goldman; 
4Nov66; DU67204. 

COUNTERBALANCE, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by C. R. 
Foreman. 31 !• © C. R. Foreman; 
lAug66; DU66464. 

COUNTRY BOY; original screenplay, 
music & lyrics by Paul Crabtree. 
103 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Ambassador Films; 5Aug66; DU66362 . 

COUNTRY WIFE. See 

THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF WILLIAM 
WYCHERLEY. 

COURTSHIP OF MILES STANDISH. See 

PRISCILLA. 
THE COWBOY, a teleplay by Jim Ahern 

(James R. Ahern) 120 1. © James R. 

Ahern; 8Nov66; DU67330. 

COWBOY CITY STREET SHOWS; no. 1-2, by 
J. E. McLean. 2 v. 2 TV working 
scripts. Contents: The easy way 
out?--Daltons raid town. © JEM 
Productions, Inc.; 25Nov66; C18979. 
COWBOY IN ABSENTIA, a play In three 
acts by Dennis F. Mclntyre. 71 1. 
© Dennis Finlay Mclntyre; 6Sep66; 
DU66837. 

CRADLE OF DOLI£, a play in three acts 
by Don Taggart (DonaJ-d Barnett 
Taggart) 1 v. © Donald Barnett 
Taggart; I00ct66; DU66975 . 

CRAIGMILE, a play in three acts by 
Gene Farrell. 79 1- © Gene Farrell; 
270ct66; DU6717O. 

CREATION, by Eloise Greenfield. 
31. © Eloise Glynn Greenfield; 
22Dec66; CI9078. 

CREATIVE PLAYS AND PROGRAMS FOR HOLI- 
DAYS; royalty-free plays, playlets, 
group readings, & poems for holiday 
& seasonal programs for boys & girls 
by Rowena Bennett. Boston, Plays. 
448 p. NM: new text, compilation & 
editorial selections. © Rowena 
Bennett; 29Jun66; A85OI23. 

THE CRIME WITHIN, a play in three 
scenes by James D. Haines. 1 v. 
© Jimmy Dalton Baines; ?lNov66; 
DU67302. 



CRISTO. See 
THE CHRIST. 

A CROOKED STICK, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Veda Goodman. 34 1. © Veda Goodman; 
26jul66; DU66400. 

CROSS AND SWORD, a symphonic drama of 
the Spanish settlement of Florida 
by Paul Green. New York, S. French. 
107 p. Book & lyrics only. © Sam- 
uel French, Inc.; 17Jun66; DP6125. 

CROSS COUNTRY, a play in three acts by 
Leroy Stone. I63 1. © Leroy S. 
Stone; 6Dec66; DU67425. 

THE CROW OF THE ROOSTER, by Kathleen 
Phelan. 27 1. A screenplay in 8 
scenes. © Kathleen Phelan; 17Nov66; 
DU67327 . 

THE CROWN OF LIFE. See 
THREE CHURCH DRAMAS. 

CURE FOR THE LONG NIGHT. See 
JACOB'S DREAM. 

CURFEW, a play in one act by Vincent 
Williams. 51 1. © Vincent Williams; 
8Sep66; DU66908. 

CYCLES, a one-aot play by Gertrude 
Waller. 23 1. © Gertrude Waller; 
l4Jul66; DU66293- 



D 



D'AMORE SI MUORE, See 
TEATRO. 
DAFT IS MY LOVE, a comedy by Anabel 
Disch. 1 V. 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 23Aug65, DU63987. NM: 
revisions. © Anabel Disch; lOAugbb; 
DU6635O. 

THE DAILY DOUBLE, by Sid Stone. 2 1. 
Television script. © Sid Stone; 
2'3Jun66; C18847 . 

THE DAILY DOUBLE RACING GAME, an audi- 
ence participation game show for 
television broadcast by Edgar M. 
Heltman. I8 1. © Edgar M. Heltman; 
l8Aug66; CI8730. 

DAKOTA SABBATH, by Gertrude Ann Buckman. 
11 1. A play in 2 acts. © Gertrude 
Ann Buckman; 24Aug66; DU66657 • 

DALTONS RAID TOWN. See 
COWBOY CITY STREET SHOWS. 

DANAI AT ST. LOUIS, by Wendell Metzger. 
46 1. A play. © Wendell Metzger; 
5Dec66; DU67406. 

THE DANCE, a one act by Claudette 
Gardner. l4 1. © Claudette 
Gardner; 20Jul66; DU66371. 

DANCE WITH ME; words & music by Jerry 
Carter, Rich Cliburn & John Marascalco. 
Folder. © Robin Hood Music Co.; 
240ct66; CI8899. 

THE DANCER, a film scenario by Garry 
White. Ill 1. © Garry White; 
l8Jul66; DU66326. 

THE DANCING PRINCESSES, an adaptation 
of the old fairy tale by Marcia 
Gambrell Hovick (Marcia Gambrell) 
15 1. © Marcia Gambrell Hovick; 
l4Sep66; DU66564 . 

THE DANIEL BOONE STORY, by Earl Hobson 
Smith, lyrics by Jesse Stuart, music 
by Frank Porter. 1 v. A musical 
play in 5 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DU39328 & DU65482. NM: addi- 
tions. © Earl Hobson Smith, Jesse 
Stuart & Frank Porter; 20Jul66; 
DU66196. 

THE DARK, a play by Robert Marasco. 
155 1. 3 acts. © Robert Marasco; 
26Sep66; DU6688O. 



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July-Dec. 



DAVID AND GOLIATHj a play In three acts 
by A. R. Gurney, Jr. 1 v. © Albert 
R. Gurney, Jr.; 7Sep66; DU6678I. 

DAVID AND GOLIATH; music, lyrics, & 
script adaptation from Bible by 
W. Randolph Galvin, Jr. 1 v. 
2 acts. © W. Randolph Galvin, Jr.; 
250ct66; DU67187. 
THE DAY IT RAINED FOREVER, a one-act 
play by Ray Bradbury. 25 1. © Ray 
Bradbury; lJul66; DU66204 . 

DAY OP ABSENCE. See 

HAPPY ENDING AND DAY OF ABSENCE. 

DAY OF THE DEAD, by Dyanne Asimow Simon. 
30 1. A play. © Dyanne Asimow Simon; 
270ct66; DU67098. 

THE DAY THE BICYCLES DISAPPEARED, 

a master shooting script for a motion 
picture written & conceived by Gene 
Starbecker (Eugene Norman Starbecker) 
24 I. © Gene Starbecker; 28Mar66; 
DP623O. 

DEAD RECKONING; screenplay by Orson 
Welles. 148 1. © Orson Welles; 
310ct66; DU6716I. 

DEAD TO RIGHTS, a 30-minute television 
drama with production notes by 
Charles F. Forni. 22 1. © Charles 
Frank Forni; 25May66; DP6120. 

THE DEADLY ART, an action-entertainment 
in two acts by Rod Colbin. 1 v. 
© Rod Colbin; l6jun66; DU66177. 

DEADLY ENCOUNTER, an interlude by Peter 
Coulson. 81. © Peter Coulson; 
29Aug66; DU66686. 

THE DEADLY GAME, a play in two acts by 
James Yaffe. Rev. version. Drama- 
tists Play Service. 72 p. Adapted 
from the novel Trapps, by Frederick 
Duerrenmatt. Appl. states prev. reg. 
i960. © Wilkes-Manchester Produc- 
tions & James Yaffe; 8Nov66; DP6195 . 

DEAR COMRADES, a three act play by 
Margaret Norton. 1 v. Based on the 
life of Jack London. ©'Margaret 
Norton; llJul66; DU66266. 

THE DEATH AND LIFE OF SNEAKY FITCH. 
See 
SNEAKY. 

DEATH AND THE FLEA MARKET, by Eleanor 
Barbara Zimmer. 122 1. A play In 
3 acts. © Eleanor Barbara Zimmer; 
19Ju166; DU66337. 

DEATH AND THE POOL. See 

THREE PLAYS. 
THE DEATH OF SEMELE, a tragedy by Robert 

Howard. I v. 2 acts. © Robert Paul 

Howard; 240ct66; DU67085 . 

DEATH ON THE SLOPES. See 
MYSTERY AT THE SKI LODGE. 

DEATH ORDER. See 

TRILOGY OF TOTALITARIANISM. 



DEATH WATCH 28. 
28 WATCHED. 



See 



DECORATION DAY. See 

NIKAL SEYN & DECORATION DAY. 

A DEED FROM THE KING OP SPAIN, a play 
in two acts by Joseph Baldwin. 1 v. 
© Joseph B. Baldwin; llAug66; DU66554. 
THE DELIGHT OP THE LIGHT; series of 
TV scripts by Dimitri A. Tsoucalas, 
pseud, of Dimitri Tsykalas. Epi- 
sode 1-4. 1 V. © Dimitri Apollo 
Tsoucalas; 26Sep66; DU67O38. 

DELUSION OF THE FURY, a ritual of dream 
& delusion by Harry Partch. 25O p. 
With music. © Harry Partch; 12Sep66; 
DU67I5I. 
DENNY, a play by Hardle Albright. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Hardle Albright; 5Dec66; 
DU67409. 

DENUDED, by N. S. Robblns. 1 v. 

A play in 2 acts. © N. S. Robblns; 
29Nov66; DU67364. 



EL DERECHO DE NACER, de Martin Reynolds. 
1 V. A screenplay in 167 chapters. 
Based on an original novel of Felix B. 
Calgnet. © Martin Reynolds; l6Aug66; 
DU66346. 

DEUS EX MACHINIST, a play for two 
players by Norman D. Dietz. 34 1. 
(Theatre- in-print, v. 4) © Norman 
Donald Dietz; 120ct66; DP6177. 
DEUX PIECES SUR LA FIN D'UN MONDE: 

La belle au bols, de Jules Supervlelle; 
Les batisseurs d 'empire, de Boris 
Vian. Edited by Ren6e Riese Hubert. 
New York, Macmlllan Co. I61 p. 
(Macmillan modern French literature 
series, Germaine Br6e, general editor) 
NM: foreward, introductions, notes. 
©Macmlllan Co.; l4Mar66; A850576. 

DEVELOPING BODY SPACE PERCEPTION MOTOR 
SKILLS, by Selma Greenberg & Anita 
Gurian. 1 v. Recording scriot. 
© Classroom Materials Co.; 2Dec66; 
CI906I. 

DEVELOPING BODY SPACE PERCEPTION MOTOR 
SKILLS, ALBUM II, by Selma Greenberg 
& Anita Gurian. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Classroom Materials Co.; 
2Dec66; CI9062. 

THE DEVIL HAS ONE LEG, a musical comedy 
by Al Jordan, pseud, of Nicholas 
Girolamo. 1 v. 1 act. Book only. 
© Al Jordan; 30Aug66; DU66447. 

THE DEVIL IN THE DOG TENTS, a play in 
three acts by Ralph W. Mclnnis. 
107 1. © Ralph W. Mclnnis; 
l6Aug66; DU6659I. 
DEVIL'S DISCIPLE, See 

TWO PLAYS FOR PURITANS. 
THE DEW OF HEAVEN, by Eliz Gadol 
(Ellz SlavetskyJ 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Eliz Gadol; 6Jul66; 
DU66226. 
DIARY OP ADAM "r EVE. See 

COME BACK, GO AWAY, I LOVE YOU I 

DICTATES OF LOVE, a drama by Paul 
Rawlings. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Paul Rawlings; llJul66; DU66264 . 

DIET PEPSI-COLA RADIO, FLIGHT I, 1967; 

radio program prepared & produced 

bv Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn. 

1 V. 6 commercial recording scripts. 

©PepsiCo, Inc.; 310ct66; CI8961. 
THE DIFFERENCE, by James Stuckey. 

20 1. © James Stuckey; llDec64 ; 

DP6084 . 

LA DINAIvIICA TEOLOgIa DEL CRISTIANISMO 
CIENTIFICO. (The dynamic theology 
of scientific Christianity) Confer- 
encia sobre la Ciencia Cristiana por 
Howard H. Irwin. 23 1. © Howard 
H. Irwin; 18Nov66; CI8967 . 

DIOGENES ENRAGED. See 
THE HONORABLE FRAUDS. 
DIRTY OLD SAM, a play in one act by 
Dorothy Caroline Zatell. 11 1. 
© Dorothy Caroline Zatell; 5Jul66; 
DU66182. 
THE DISCIPLES, a play in one act by 
Robert Somerfeld. 35 1. © Robert 
Somerfeld; 28Jul66; DU66428. 
DISCOVERING THROUGH SCIENCE. 1 v. 
A narration script in 20 chapters. 
© Imperial Productions, Inc.; 
8Aug66; DU66844. 

A DISCUSSION ON POCKET BILLIARDS, by 
Jimmy Wise (James Wise) 17 1. 
A recording script. © Jimmy Wise; 
20Dec66; CI909I. 

DISTRIBUTIVE CODING OP INFORMATION 
THROUGH INTERFERENCE PATTERNS WITH 
APPLICATIONS TO THE NEURAL CODING OP 
SENSORY REPRESENTATIONS, by P. West- 
lake, 1 V. © Philip R. Westlake; 
2Sep66; CI893I. 

DIVINE GUIDANCE; play in two acts by 
Frank V. Uarcione (Frank Vincent 
Carclone, Jr.) 36 1. © Frank 
V. Caroione; 12Dec66; Dl'67431. 



THE DIVINE TRAGEDY; or, Why a goose 
killed God in the garden. A drama 
in 3 acts by Mary Julia Karoly. 
1 v. ©Mary Julia Karoly; lDec66; 
DU67398. 
DO I HEAR A WALTZ? Music by Richard 
Rodgers; lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; 
book by Arthur Laurents. New York, 
Random House. 148 p. 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Arthur Laurents; 
26May66; DP6208. 

DO NOT PLAY AT WAR, a twenty minute 
film script by Carl Keller. 11 1. 
© Carl Schubert Keller, Jr.; I40ct66; 
DU67OO8. 

DO YOU LIKE TO BRAG A LITTLE ABOUT YOUR 
HANDY-WORK 'ROUND THE HOUSE? By 
Paul Willis & Indie Jo Dellarlpa. 
Street. Taped recording script for 
radio commercial. © Sakrete, Inc.; 
I8jul66; CI8702. 

DO YOU REALLY TAKE DREAMS BACKWARD, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Ellen Morehead 
Adkins. 33 1. © Ellen Morehead 
Adkins; 30Sep66; DU66926. 

DO YOU WANT TO HAVE A GARDEN THAT'S THE 
ENVY OP YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS, 
by Paul Willis & Indie Jo Dellarlpa. 
Sheet. Taped recording script for 
radio commercial. © Sakrete, Inc.; 
I8jul66; CI871I. 

THE DOCTOR AND THE DEVILS AND OTHER 
SCRIPTS, by Dylan Thomas. New York, 
New Directions Pub. Corp. 229 P. 
NM: compilation & Ralph Maud's The 
London model for Dylan Thomas's 
Under Milk Wood. © New Directions 
Pub. Corp.; 29Aug66; A881207. 

DR. DINGLE'S WEATHER CAROUSEL; written 
by Reginald C. Hayes. 5 1. Script 
for television. © Reginald Carroll 
Hayes (Dr. Dingle); llAug66; CI8723. 

DOCTOR EUPHORIA; or. The business 

doctor. By Joseph Putman, pseud, of 
Joseph Putterman. 35 1. A screen- 
play. © Joseph Putman; 6Sep66; 
DU6673O. 
DR. I. Q. , THE MENTAL BAMKER, by Lee 
Segall. 1 V. Television script. 
© Lee Segall; 12Sep66; CI8813. 

DOCTOR SWAN, a dramatico-musical enter- 
tainment for children by Clay A. 
Bond, Jr. 4 1. Book only. 
© Clay A. Boland, Jr.; 14Nov66; 
DU67336. 

DR. WHAT; series of screenplay scripts 
prepared by Thomas J. Genelli. 
Sample script: The Battle of Gettys- 
burg. 9 1. © Thomas J. Genelli; 
l4Sep66; CI8770. 

DOCTOR ZHIVAGO; the screenplay [& auth- 
or's note] by Robert Bolt. Photos & 
prologue by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Random House. 224 p. Based on the 
novel by Boris Pasternak. © on 
screenplay, author's note & photos; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.; 20Jan66 
(in notice: I965) ; DP6IOO. 
THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA, by Altfeld & 
Welder. Folder. Script. © Screen 
Gems-Columbia Musuc, Inc.; lSep66; 
CI8888. 
THE DOLLAR BULL, a three act comedy 
by N. Edward Barbour. 1 v. 
© N. Edward Barbour; 21Sep66; 
DP6228. 

THE DOMESTIC SCENE, a one act, one 
scene play by George Costas. 17 1. 
© Alice Costas; l6jun66; DU66l74 . 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. 
DOMINO; original screenplay by 
Richard Brukenfeld. 117 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l6Aug65, DU63738. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Richard 
Brukenfeld; 21Jul66; DU66197. 
DONA MARIA, a screenplay written by 
Prank Spinozzi. 27 1. © Frank 
Spinozzi; 12Sep66; DU66817 . 



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THE DONNER PARTY, by Lou Givvin (Louis 
V. Givvin. 64 1. A play In 3 acts. 
© Lou Givvin; 2Sep66; DU66710. 

DON'T JUST STAND THERE WITH DUST ON 
YOUR NOSE. See 
THE FEATHER DUSTER. 

DON'T TOUCH MY HALO, a comedy in one 
act by Mildred Marable (Mrs. Allen 
Marable) 1? 1, © Mildred Marable; 
i6nov66; DU67115. 
DON'TWANTARAINTOCOME, by Hazel Marie 
Foster. 2 1. A script. © Hazel 
Marie Foster; 22Nov66; CI9012. 
THE DOOM OF CAPTAIN lACOVOS, by Bar- 
bara Sylvia Biesantz. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Barbara Sylvia Biesantz; 
28Dec66; DU67516. 
DOOMSDAY PLUS 7. (Armageddon 1975) 
By Stuart J. Byrne. Final draft: 
Apr. 15, 1966. 1 V. A screenplay. 
© Stuart J. Byrne; 3Nov66; DU67122. 

THE DOORMAN, by Jack Libert. New York, 
Irego. 48 p. 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l6Aug65, DU63739. 
© Jack Libert; 27Jun66 (in notice: 
1965); DP61I7. 

THE DOUBLE BED, a play In one act by 
David Seiffer. 25 1. © David A. 
Seiffer; lAug66; DU66512. 

DOUGLAS DC-8 SYSTEMS, COCKPIT CONTROLS 
& INDICATIONS, by Martin E. Runner. 
187 1. A taped presentation. 
© Martin E. Renner; 210ct66; CI9010. 
DOVE, See 
DE DUVA. 

DOWN WITH BONE DRY AIR, by Lennox 

Industries. 3 1. Recording script. 

© Lennox Industries, Inc.; 28Nov66; 

CI8983. 
DRACULA - MINISTER OF SATAN, a play in 

three acts by Raymond 0. Wagrn^r. 

19 1. Adapted for the stage from 

the novel by Bram Stoker. © Raymond 

0. Wagner; 250ct66; DU67O59. 

DRAFTING 1 - APPRAISAL QUESTIONS, DRAFT- 
ING 1; DRAFTING 11 - APPRAISAL QUES- 
TIONS, DRAFTING 11. Technician Train- 
ing School Division. 1 v. © Tech- 
nician Training School Division, Com- 
mercial Institute, Inc.; 22Aug56; 
C18802. 

DRAGON OF THE MOON, a Chinese fantasy 
for children by Ellison (Frances 
Ellison) & Vaughn (Jack Alfred 
Vaughn) 42 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Jack A. Vaughn & Frances Ellison; 
26sep66; DU66749. 

THE DRAGON SLAYERS, by Joseph G. Glazar. 
2 v. A play in 2 acts. © Joseph G. 
Glazar; 30Aug66; DU66692. 

DRAMA OF DREAMS, by Robnark, pseud, 
of Robert Anthony Narke. 17 1. 
A play. © Rob Narke; 130ct66; 
DU6713I. 
THE DRAPES COME, a one act play by 
Charles Dizenzo. Dramatists Play 
Service. 33 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 260ct64, DU6l468. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Charles Dizenzo; 
3Aug66; DP6II3. 
DRIVE THE RAIN DOWN, a comedy by 
Charles A. Pulaski. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Charles A. Pulaski; l8Jul66; 
DU66332 . 

LA DROLESSE; en premiere creation 
mondiale ... plSce en troig actes et 
onze tableaux de Sylvaln- Itklne et 
Pierre Fabre, peeud. of Pierre Schwab. 
Bourges, France, Malson de la Culture. 
133 p. © Editions Maleon de la Cul- 
ture de Bourges Corafedie de Bourges; 
30Jun66; DFO-1487. 
DRY, WHITE WINE, a play in two acts by 
William Wood. 74 1. © William Wood; 
27Sep66; DU66882. 

DUENNA. See 

THE BETROTHAL IN A MONASTERY. 



DUET FOR SOLITUDE AND SENILITY, a one- 
act television play with production 
notes by Charles P. Fornl. 12 1. 
© Charles Frank Fornl; 30Mar66; 
DP6II9. 

DUO IS THE WORD TO REMEMBER, by Herbert 
A. Pichloss. Sheet. © Herbert A. 
Schloss; 270ct66; CI8897. 
THE DUST IS MY DESTINY; master shooting 
script written ... by Donald W. Thomp- 
son. Television script. © Sarkes 
Tarzian, Inc.; 21Sep66; C18793. 
DUSTY 'S ATTIC; series of television 
scripts for children by Stuart Mar- 
tin Rosen. Episode no.l: The tinder- 
box. 1 V. © Stuart M. Rosen; 
8Sep66; DU66503. 

DUTY OF THE DAMNED, by R. C. Lally 
(Robert C. Lally) 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Robert C. Lally; 70ct66; 
DU67039. 

DE DUVA. (The dove) Screenplay by 
Sidney Davis 8e George Coe. 8 1. 
© George Coe & Sydney Davis; 28sep66; 
DU66915. 

DYNy?MIC THEOLOGY OP SCIENTIFIC 
CHRISTIANITY. See , 

LA DINAMICA TEOLOGIA DEL CRISTIANISMO 
CIEWTIFICO. 

DIE KRAFTVOLLE THEOLOGIE DES WISSEN- 
SCHAPTLICHEN CHRISTENTUMS. 



THE EAGLE WARRIORS, a dramatic play 
with music, by Robert L. Oberreich; 
adapted by Irving Harris & Teresa M. 
Laughlin. 28 1. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
22Jun65, DU63239. NM: dramatic 
material, lyrics for 2 songs & choreo- 
graphic material. © Irving Harris & 
Teresa M. Laughlin; 19Nov66; DU67335 . 

EARLY TO BED, by Harry Cauley. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Harry Cauley; 
25Aug66; DU66665. 

THE EARTH STEALERS, an original screen- 
play by Robert Turoff . 18 1. © Me- 
dallion Pictures Corp.; 20S6p66: 
DU66867 . 
EASY TO ASSEMBLE, by Virginia Travers 
Coigney. New York, Family Service 
Assn. of America. 35 P- © Virginia 
Travers Coigney; 8Apr66 (in notice: 
1965); DP616O. 

EASY WAY OUT? See 

COWBOY CITY STREET SHOWS. 
ECOLE DES MARIS. See 

THE SCHOOL FOR HUSBANDS. 

EDGE OP THE HILL, by N. S. Robblns. 
22 1. A play. © N. S. Robblns; 
240ct66; DU67087. 
THE EDGE OF THE PIT, by Patricia Zucco. 
107 1. A play in 3 acts. © Patricia 
Zucco; 7nov66; DU67269. 
EDITH STEIN, a play in two acts by 
Ernest Ferlita. 1 v. © Ernest 
Ferlita; 50ct66; DU6696I. 

THE EDUCATION OF MR. J.; translated by 
Elizabeth Donnelly. 25 1. A play. 
Adapted from The bourgeois gentilhomme, 
by Jean Baptiste Poquelin. © Eliza- 
beth Donnelly; 10Aug66; DU66726. 

THE EGO ITCH, a musical comedy. Book 
& lyrics by Frank E. Orefice, music 
by Frank Stuart. 1 v. 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Frank E. Orefice; 
2Sep66; DU66841. 

EGOIST. See 
THE PROPOSAL. 

EIGHTH WONDER. See 
ANTOINE COCOREL. 

EINEN JUX WILL ER SICH MACHEN. See 

LET'S PAINT THE TOWN. 

ELEANORA, by M. Carroll. 32 1. A 

play. © M. Carroll; 19Sep66; DU6686I. 



ELECTION OF THE CAGED, by J. Stafford 
Smith. 75 !• A screenplay. © James 
S. Smith; lAug66; DU66461. 

THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE. 1 v. A narra- 
tion script. © Imperial Productions, 
Inc.; 8Aug66; DU66847. 

ELECTRA. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

THE ELECTRONIC NIGGER, a tragicomedy 
in one act by Ed Bullins. 34 1. 
© Ed Bullins; 25Nov66; DU6732I. 

ELEMENT OF TRUTH. See 

THE RIGHT HONOURABLE GENTLEMAN. 

THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GUIDANCE COUN- 
SELOR: filmstrlp script by Kenneth 
C. Towle & Charles C. Royer. 10 1. 
© Kenneth C. Towle & Charles C. 
Royer; lNov66; CI9052. 

ELEVEN LECTURES ON LEARNING DISABILITIES; 
DIAGNOSTIC, REMEDIAL AND PERCEPTUAL- 
MOTOR VIEWPOINTS, by Reading Research 
Foundation. 1 v. © Reading Research 
Foundation, Inc.; 7Nov66; C18934. 

ELMER, by Pete Peters (Carl Harman 
Peters, Jr.) 12 1. A play. 
© Carl Harman Peters, Jr.; I40ct66; 
DU67OO6. 

THE EMBRACE, a three act comedy by 
Richard F. Pauloz . 72 1. © Richard 
F. Pauloz; 120ct66; DU66993. 

THE EMBRACE, a three act r-omedv by 
Richard F. Pauloz. 86 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 120ct66, DU66993. 
NM: revision. © Richard P. Pauloz; 
28Nov66; DU67354. 
EMERGENCY FIRST AID FOR YOUR FAMILY. 
47 1. Recording script. © Cathedral 
Square Pub. Co., Inc.; 13Sep66: 
CI8814. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES, a screenplay 
by Robert Welber. 73 1. © Robert 
Welber; 25Jul66; DU66381. 

EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES, by Constance R. 
Herz. 17 1. A play. Text only. 
© PPX Pub., division of PPX Enter- 
prises, Inc. & Constance R. Herz; 
17Nov66; DU67265. 
THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES, by Kay 

Rockefeller (Katherlne Rlvett Rocke- 
feller) 1 V. A musical play in 3 
acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. I7N0V65, DU64477. 
NM: addition fc revision. © Katherlne 
Rivett Rockefeller; 50ct66; 
DU6685O. 
THE EMPEROR'S PROMENADE, a musical for 
children by Ryan Bradley, pseud, of 
Ruth E. Odegaard. 76 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Ruth E. 
Odegaard; 23Aug66; DU66735. 

THE EMPTY .BED, by Angel V. Iturralde. 
86 1. A play in 3 acts. © Angel 
V. Iturralde; 28Jun66; DU67190. 

EMPTY CAGE, a drama in six scenes 
translated from the Russian by 
Nicholas V. Litkin. 65 1. A 
translation into English of a play 
published in Russian by Leonid 
Andreev entitled Thought. © Nicholas 
V. Litkin; 12Sep66; DU66565 . 

THE EMPTY CRIB, a Christmas play in 
one act hv Carol Llnder King, 
Boston. Baker's Plays. 17 p. 
©Walter H. Baker Co.; 22Jul66; 
DP6132. 

AN EMPTY HOUSE FULL OF PEOPLE, a play 
by Louis Conte. I09 1. 3 acts. 
©Louis Conte; 6Sep66; DU66504 . 

THE ENCHANTED SPRING, an AmericaH 
legend told by Princess Nowedonah, 
narration & incidental music by 
Dennis Starin. Part I: Poggatatuck 
and Ashwa, 1 v, © Dennis Starin; 
280ct66; CI8964. 

ENCOUNTER, by Jasper Oddo . 25 1. A 
play In 1 act. © Jasper Samual Oddo; 
21Jul66; DU66354. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



THE END OF ALL THINGS NATURAL, a drama 
by Zoffer. 86 1. 2 acts. © Gerald 
Zoffer; 250ct66; DU67091. 

END OP THE LINE, a play by Geoffrey W. 
Layton. 22 1. 3 soenee. © Geoffrey 

W. Layton; 2Nov66; DU67146. 

END OF THE LINE, a play in one act by 
Cathleen Schurr Skelly. 63 1. 
After an idea suggested by a short 
story by William Faulkxier. © Cath- 
leen Schurr Skelly; 29Dec66; DU67518. 
ENJOY YOUR HOBBY AND CUT YOUR INCOME 
TAX AT THE SAME TIME! By William 
Grosnick. 3 1. © William Grosnick; 
19Aug66; CI88II. 
THE ENTITY, by Irwin Friedman. 23 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Irwin Friedman; 
28Ju166; DU66421. 
EROICA, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Jurij 
Tys-Krochmaluk. 30 1. © George 
Tys-Krochmaluk; 9Jun66; DU662O6. 
THE ESCAPES, a play in one act by 
Lenore Georges, pseud, of Sheila 
Hoch. 25 1. © Sheila Hoch; 
l8jul66; DU66329. 

ESPANA ES IMMORTAL, by Luis Ivars. 

35 1- ^ acts. © Luis Ivars; 22Aug66; 
DU6663I. 

THE ESSENCE, THE POWER AND THE SPIRIT 
OF CHRISTMAS, by Guy Cooper Shearer. 
2 1. Lecture. © Guy Cooper Shearer; 
7Dec66; CI9069. 
ESTHER, THE QUEEN, an original story 
written & adap-i-ed for television by 
Anna W. Robinson. 3't- 1 • © Anna W. 
Robinson; 15Aug66; DU66585 . 
ESTRANGEMENT; original story & screen- 
play by J. Charles Delehanty. 
1st draft. 100 1. © J. Charles 
Delehanty; 5Jul66; DU66231. 

ETERNALLY YOURS, a comedy by Jay 

Jeffries, pseud, of Jay J. Matlick. 
33 1. © Jay J. Matlick; JNov66; 
DU67?8?. 

ETHAN, a new musical drama; book, music 
& lyrics by John Broeck. 1 v. 

2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© John Henry Michael Broeck; l^Nov66; 
DU673'H. 
ETIKETTENFRAGE . See 
PIETER TROMPIETING. 

ETURDI. See 
THE BLUNDERER. 

EVANGELINE, a tale of Acadia; a music- 
al play by Loren Glickman & Harlow 
G. Unger. 1 v. 2 acts. Based on 
the poem by Henry W. Longfellow. 
Book & lyrics only. © Loren R. 
Glickman & Harlow G. Unger; 23Nov66; 
DU67156. 

EVEN YOUR BEST FRIENDS. See 
THE ACTOR. 
AN EVENING IN AN IMPORTANT ASYLUM, a 
play in seven scenes by Louis 
Stettner. 54 1. © Louis Stettner; 
12Jul66; DU66285. 
EVERY OTHER EVENING, a comedy by Fran- 
cois Campaux; adapted by Jack Popple- 
well. London, S. French. 82 p. 
(French's acting edition) 3 acts. 
© Francois Campaux, Jack Popplewell, 
& Peter Goldbaum; 31Aug65; DFI861. 
EVERYBODY LOVES MARIE, a musical play. 
Book & lyrics by George Dodson; music 
by Harry Wester. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Harry Wester; 10Aug66; DU66316. 

EVERYBODY'S GONE AWAY, a one act play 
by Jean Raymond Maljean (Eugene R. 
Maljean) 27 1. © Eugene R. Maljean; 
21Nov66; DU67303. 

EVERYBODY'S LAUGHING, a collection of 
monologues by Bernice McMahon. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 79 P- 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 2Aug66; 
A8549II. 



EVERYMAN. See 

CHURCH PLAYS AND HOW TO STAGE THEM. 

EVERYWHERE IN CREATION EXCEPT THE MOON. 
See 
THE TROUBLE BEGINS AT 8. 

EXAMINER NO. 8, by Wendell Metzger. 
60 1. A play. © Wendell Metzger; 
29Aug66; DU66675. 

EXECUT'INE, THE MOST DEPENDABLE NAME 
IN HOSPITAL COMMUNICATIONS, a color 
sound slide film prepared for 
Executone, Inc. by Gotham Film 
Productions. 2d final script. 
25 1. © Executone, Inc.; 8Dec66; 
019071. 

THE EX -FUGITIVES, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mildred K. Van Buren. 35 1. © Mil- 
dred K. Van Buren; 29Jul66; DU664S7. 
THE EXHAUSTION OF OUR SON'S LOVE, a 

comedy in one act by Jerome Max. 

New York, S. French. 40 p. Appl. 

states prev. reg. 120ct6l, DU54073 & 

7Jun62, DU55556. © Jerome Max; 

28jun66; DP6091. 

EX- MISS COPPER QUEEN ON A SET OP PILLS, 
by Megan Terry. (In Playwrights for 
tomorrow, A. H. Ballet, editor. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press. v.l, p. 73-105) © Megan Terry; 
17May66; DP6202 . 

EXODUS AND EASTER; book & lyrics by 
Robert D. Hock, music by Fred Silver. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 46 p. Book & 
lyrics only. © on lyrics; Frederick 
Silver & Robert D. Hock; l6Jun66; 
DF6IO8. 
EXODUS AND EASTER; book & lyrics by 
Robert D. Hock, music by Fred Silver. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 46 p. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert D. Hock; 
l6jun66; DP6081. 

EXPLORING THE RHYTHM INSTRUMENTS, by 
Lois Raebeck. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Lois Raebeck; 310ct66; 
CI9023. 



F. A. M. E, See 

FRANKLIN AGENCY MANPOWER EXPANSION. 

F TROOP: JOANNE BARLEYCORN PARMENTER; 
written by John Dillon, pseud, of 
John J. Fuery. 41 1. A screenplay 
in 2 acts. © John J, Fuery; ?'lNov66; 
DU673IO. 
FACULTY FOR HIRE, by Julia Barnhart. 
39 1. A play in 4 acts. © Julia 
Barnhart; 25Jul66; DU66382. 
THE FAIRY WHO COULDN'T FLY, by Susan 
Sherman. 19 1. A play in 3 acts. 
Based on an idea by Holly Cloonan & 
Susan Sherman. Book & lyrics only. 
© Susan Sherman; 8jun66; DU66322. 

THE FALL OF INGRID AI^IQUIST; original 
story and screenplay by Guy Edw. 
Thomajan. I3I 1. © Guy Edw. Thoma- 
Jan; l6Sep66; DU66826. 

FAME AND FORTUNE; or. The progress of 
Richard Hunter. An adaptation of the 
stories of Horatio Alger by Marcla 
F. Cohen. A screenplay in 4 scenes. 
© Marcla F. Cohen; llJul66; DU66267 . 
FAMILY CIRCLE, a play in three acts by 
Paul H. Owen. 106 1. © Paul H. Owen; 
29Jul66; DU66444. 
THE FAMILY FROM ROME, a comedy in three 
acts by Giuseppe Di Gioia. 1 v. 
© Giuseppe Di Gioia; 19Dec66; 
DU67482. 

FANFARE FOR TRUMPETS, a comedy for the 
nuclear age by Jacob T. Pincus. 
91 1- 3 acts. © Jacob T. Pincus; 
2Sep66; DU66829. 

FANNY. See 

OEUVRES COMPLETES. 



FANNY KEMBLE, a play in three acts & 
seven scenes by Lily Kemble Cooper. 
91 1; © Lily Kemble Cooper; 
18Ju166; DU6633O. 
FANTASIA IN HIGH PLACES AND OTHER 

VARIATIONS ON A THEME FROM THE NOTES 
OF DR. CUNNINGHAM, by William Dorsey 
Blake. 114 1. 3 one act plays. 
Contents: Aria in the wild blue 
yonder. --Fugue In a diner. --Fantasia 
in high places. Appl. states prev 
reg. 24Nov48, DU17296, 28Mar6o, 
DU50713 & 5JUI63, DU58379. NM; 
additions & revisions. © William 
Dorsey Blake; 2Aug66; DU66245. 
A PAR EDEN, by James Clayton, pseud, of 
James Harrison, Jr. 54 1. A play 
In 4 scenes. © James E. Harrison, 
Jr.; ?lNov66; DU67307 . 
THE FAREWELL PARTY, by Edith Cooper. 
110 1. A play in 3 acts. © Edith 
Elizabeth Cooper; 100ct66; DU66983. 

THE FARM BILL, by S. M. L. Dworkln. 
35 1. A play. © S. M. L. Dworkln; 
31Aug66; DU66695. 
FARMER CAN, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Elda 
Brose. 30 1. © Elda Brose; 25Jul66; 
DU66388 . 

FARMER DICK BARONE CHEVROLET, by 
Eugene Robert Tanz. Sheet. Com- 
mercial script. © Cox & Tanz Ad- 
vertising Agency; lDec66; CI9057 . 

FASTER THAN A SHORTAGE OP HAIR, a play 
with music in two acts by Bobby 
Mikels, pseud, of Robert Lawrence 
Weber, & Robert Rcslnek. 11 1. 
Book only. © Robert Lawrence Weber 
& Robert Rosinek; 70ct66; DU66971. 

FATHERS AND LOVERS, a play in four acts 
by Charles Friedman. 1 v. © Charles 
Friedman; 19Dec66; DU67475 . 

FATHER'S DAY, a play by Joseph R. 

Catinella. 129 1. 3 acts. © Joseph 
R. Catinella; 19Jul66; DU66336. 

FAUST; opera in four acts, music by 
Charles Gounod, libretto by Michel 
Carre & Jules Barbier, English 
version by Ruth & Thomas Martin. 
New York, G. Schirmer. 21 p. 
(G. Schirmer 's collection of opera 
librettos, Ed. 2678) After the poem 
by Goethe. Text in French & English. 
NM: English version. © G. Schirmer, 
Inc.; 8Dec66; DP6229. 
FAUST. See 

A MODERN FAUST. 

THE FEATHER DUSTER; or. Don't just 
stand there with dust on your nose. 
A new musical melodrama by Robert 
W. Mathews. 1 v. 2 acts. © Robert 
W. Mathews; l8Aug66; DU66751. 

THE FEMININE VIEWPOINT; or. The human 
egg. A dramatic comedy of American 
country life, two acts by Lillian 
Shrewsbury. 25 1 . © Lillian 
Shrewsbury; 50ct66; DU67043. 

PEMMES SAVANTES. See 

THE LEARNED WOMEN. 
FENCES, a play about social change & 
integration in education by Rose 
Leiman Schiller with a specially 
prepared discussion guide by Celia 
Levine. New York, Mental Health 
Materials Center. 39 p. © Rose 
Leiman Schiller; 24jun66; DP6l59- 

FERLURTEIL. See 

WER MENSCHENBLUT VERGIESST. 
LA FIANCEE DE L'EUROPE; piece en un 
prologue et deux parties by Pierre 
Maudru. I66 1. © Pierre Maudru; 
19Aug66; DU66546. 
THE PIERY FURNACE. See 
THREE CHURCH DRAMAS. 

FIESTA, a documentary film scenario 
by Carl Keller. 110 1. © Carl 
D5670of! ^^^^^''' ^'■' l'+Oct66; 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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l-'irFTEEN OUTSTANDING IVES NINETEENTH 
"■ENTimy MECHANICAL TOYS, by Louis H. 
Hertz. 4 1. A script for slides. 
© Louis H. Hertz; £8Dec66; CI9IO3. 

FIFTY PLAYS FOR JUNIOR ACTORS, a 

collection of royalty-free, one-act 
plays for young people edited by 
Sylvia C. Kamerman. Boston, Plays. 
676 p. NM: compilation, addition & 
revision. ©Plays, Inc.; 12Sep66; 
A868553. 
THE FINAL SOLUTION, by Bruce Stuart, 

pseud, of Stewart H. Benedict. 12 1. 

A musical play in 3 scenes. Book 

& lyrics only. © Stewart H. 

Benedict; l6Aug66; DU66340. 
FIREBRANDj a play based on the career 
of John Hus by Elinor Hart. 11? 1. 
3 acts. © Elinor Hart; 29Jul66; 
DU66446. 

THE FIREMAN'S FLAMING FLOURISH, by 
Altfeld & Welder, ^heet. Script. 
© Screen Gems- Columbia Music, Inc.; 
lSep66; CI8885. 

FIRESIDE HEARTH, by Eugene Robert Tanz. 
Sheet. Radio script. © Cox & Tanz 
Advertising Agency; I3JUI66; C18693- 

THE FIRST BREEZE OF SUMMER, by Leslie 
E. Lee. 32 1. A play. © Leslie 
Earl Lee; 12Sep66; DU668l4 . 

FIRST IMPRESSIONS, a musical Comedy 
adapted by Abe Burrows. Music & 
lyrics by Robert Goldman, Glenn 
Faxton, George Weiss. New York, 
S. French. 95 p. (French's musical 
library) 2 actis. From Helen 
Jerome's dramatization of Jane 
Austin's novel. Pride and prejudice. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. on lyrics, I956; prev. pub. 
1961. © Abe Burrows; 5Peb62; 
DP6096 . 

FISH IN THE CLOUDS; comedy in three 
acts by Joseph K. Freeman. 96 1- 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5Jul32. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Joseph 
Kasakov Freeman; 29Aug66; DU66734 . 

THE FISH PIRATE'S DAUGHTER; or. Nobody's 
perfect, sweet William. A farcical 
melodrama with songs by Robert E. 
Kinerk & Jim Algulre. 1 v. 5 scenes. 
© Robert E. Kinerk; lAug66; pu66252. 

THE FISH THAT CAME TO MARKET, by Herb 
Hellton (Herbert Charles Hellton) 
56 1. A screenplay. © Herbert 
Charles Heliton; l4Jul66; DU66295 • 

FITNESS IS FUN, by Arlene Zupp. 

13 1. A recording script. © Arlene 
Zupp; 28Jun66; C1B672. 

FLAG: THE DECOY; story & teleplay by 
Marc Wyler, pseud, of Michael Feith 
& Claire Kincade (Claire Kincade Feith) 
24 1. 3 acts. © Marc Wyler & 
Claire Kincade; 40ct66; DU66913. 

FIVE ACES; sketch written by Loney 
Lewis. 5 sheets. © Loney Lewis; 
27Sep66; DU66886. 

DIE FLEDERMAUS. (The bat) By Johann 
Strauss. [Edited] by Harriet Nord- 
holm; accompaniments by Frank Cook- 
son. Evanston, 111., Summy-Birchard 
Co. 12 p. (Birchard opera series) 
3 acts. Appl. author: Summy-Birchard 
Co., employer for hire of Harriet 
Nordholm & Frank B. Cookson. 
© Summy-Birchard Co.; l6Jun66; 
DP6IO6. 
FLESH AND BLOOD, by William Hanley. 

116 1. A play in 5 scenes. © William 
Hanley; 40ct66; DU67045. 
THE FLOWERING OF MAX ROSE, a love play 

in three sex acts by David B. Ebbln. 

142 1. © David B. Ebbln; 29Nov66; 

DU6745O. 

A FLUORIDATION COHEDARY DROMEDARY, 
a new form of documentary by 
J. I. Rodale. Emmaus. Pa., Rodale 
Books. 104 p. 9 skits. 
© J. I. Rodale; 20Dec66; DP6255. 



FLUTTER BY, MADAM, a play in one act 
by Dana M. Tremayne (Mark Dana 
Tremayne) 18 1. © Dana M. Tremayne; 
5Dec66; DU67415. 

FOL-DE-ROL, by Philip Fleet. 1 v. 

A play in 3 acts. © Philip A. Fleet; 
IIJUI66; DU66268. 

FOLK PLAY: SEE THROUGH DARKNESS OF 
INFINITY A SINGLE LOVE THAT LIGHTS 
ETERNITY. A chancel drama in one act 
by Ida May Pedersen; music by Stephen 
Walker. 91. © Ida May Pedersen; 
22JU166; DU66376. 



POLLE ESPEEANCE. See 
JONAS. 

FOOTLIGHT FEST, a new collection of 
plays, sketches, & special produc- 
tions for the variety show, the revue 
or the assembly by Paul McCoy, Bessie 
F. Collins, & Jean Farris. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 92 p. © El- 
dridge Pub. Co.; 13Sep66; DP6246. 

FOR HELL'S SAKE, a drama in three acts 
by Doyle Ray Wood. 58 1. © Doyle 
Ray Wood; 70ct66; DU66965. 

FOR LOVE OR MONEY, a new musical comedy; 
book, music & lyrics by Sol Richman. 
1 V. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 25Aprbb, 
DU65939. NM: editorial revision & 
additional text. © Sol Richman; 
12Dec66; DU6732't • 
FOR "^-CHAEL AND ME, by John Lynn. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © John Harrison 
Lynn; 25Aug66; DU66661. 

FOR THE LOVE OF MAGGIE; book & lyrics 
by Barbara Gardner, music by Ann 
Agabashian. 91 1- A musical play 
in 2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
15Aug60, DU5I52O & 3May6l, DU53096. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Barbara 
Gardner & Ann Agabashian; 24Aug66; 
DU66741. 

FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE, a one-act farce 
by C. H. Keeney. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 18 p. © C. H. Keeney; 
l6Sep66; DP616I. 

FOREIGN INTERN LIAISON PROGRAM FOR U. S. 
HOSPITALS, by H. Charles Franklin. 
4 1. © H. Charles Franklin; lSep66; 
C18780. 

THE FORFEIT PARADISE: DARWIN AND 
THOREAU, by Loren Eisley. 25 1. 
© Loren C. Eiseley; i8Nov66; C19053. 

THE FORGOTTEN COLONY OF CAROLINA, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Aleeze Lefferts Smith. 
50 1. © Aleeze Lefferts Smith; 
25Jul66; DU663B6. 

THE FOUND CHILD, by Michael Edelman. 
70 1, A screenplay. © Michael 
Edelman; 19Sep66; DU66863. 

FOUR AND TWENTY-FIVE MAKE SEVENTEEN, 
a comedy in three acts by Roger 
Squire. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Bald headed oysters, 1959; 
The rear of the bus, I962. NM: re- 
visions. © Roger L. Squire; 29Jun66; 
DU66213. 

THE FOUR-CORNERED COUCH, a comedy in 
three acts by Henry Slesar. 1 v. 
© Henry Slesar; lAug66; DU66469. 

THE FOUR SEASONS, a dramatic musical 
composition for children 9 to 11 by 
Edna L. Kaufman. 16 1. 1 act. 
Book & lyrics only. © Edna L. 
Kaufman; 7Nov66; DU67II7. 
THE FOURTH ANGLE OF A TRUNGLE; stage 
play by Dimitris Ballas . 1 v. 
3 acts. © Dimitris G. Ballas & 
Karen E. Ballas; 240ct66; DU67083. 
FOWL PLAY, a one act play by Gven Murray. 
1 V ©Robert E. Ingham; 19/ug66; 
DU66624 . 

FRACTURED FACTS, by James P. Kelley 
C18848 ® '^^"^^ ^' ^^^^^y'' 27May66; 



FRAGMENT OF A LAS'i' JI.TI'GEI'IENT , by Jan 
Hartman. 1 v. A dramatic play Ir; 
2 acts. © Jan Hartman; 26Aug66; 
DU66946. 

FRANK THE FIFTH; or, Tl.e comedy of a 
banking house. An opera for actors 
by Friedrich Durrenmatt; translation 
prepared by Donald Wells Moreland. 
59 !• I'* scenes. Libretto. 
© Donald Wells Moreland; 15Aug65; 
DU66719. 

FRANKENSTEINI A musical by Joe Singer 
(Joseph Singer) 1 v. 2 acts. 
Based on the novel by Mary Wollstone- 
craft Shelley. Book only. © Joseph 
Singer; 14Nov66; DU67II6. 

FRANKLIN AGENCY MANPOWER EXPANSION. 
(F. A. M. E.) By Franklin Life 
Insurance Co. 49 p. A recording 
script. © Franklin Life Insurance 
Co.; 100ct66; C18932. 

FREEDOM AND MORALITY. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
FREEDOM AND MORALITY. 
FREEDOM-TO-READ SERIES, lessons 1-44; 
by Marvin G. Baker. 1 v. Recording 
scripts. © Marvin G. Baker; 30J\in66: 
CI8772. 

FREEZE, by Ed Berman (Edward David 
Berman) 1 v. A play in 5 scenes. 
© Edward David Berman; 19Dec65; 
DU67503. 

THE FRENCH WAY, by Samuel Sussman 
(S. Cooper Berg, pseud.) I35 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Samuel Sussman; 
2Aug66; DU66474. 

THE FROG PRINCE, by Linda Albert & 
Susan Gottlieb, Frank Metis, author 
of music. 1 V. © PPX Publishing, 
a division of PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 
200ct66; DU67182. 

FROG PRINCE, See 
A VERY LARGE TOAD. 

FROM WHERE HIDES HEAA/EN, by Herb 
Heliton (Herbert Charles Heliton) 
62 1. A screenplay. © Herbert 
Charles Heliton; 19Dec66; DU67477. 

FUGUE IN A DINER, See 

FANTASIA IN HIGH PLACES AND OTHER 
VARIATIONS ON A THEME FROM THE 
NOTES OF DR, CUNNINGHAM, 

FULL SERVICE BANKING, a series of 

recorded messages by Earl Nightingale, 
1 V. © Nightingale-Conant Corp.; 
14Nov56; CI8995. 

FULL STORY OF THE CIVIL WAR. 1 v. 
A narration script in 4 chapters. 
© Imperial Productions, Inc.; 
8Aug66; DU66846. 

PULL STORY OF THE CONSTITUTION. 1 v. 
A narration script in 4 chapters. 
© Imperial Productions, Inc.; 
8Aug66; DU66B45. 

FUN WHILE EXERCISING WITH LOU MILLER. 
4 1. Script. Appl. author: Olsen 
Record Co. -Olsen Records. © Olsen 
Record Co.; 7Nov66; CI897I. 

THE FUNCTIONING OF FAITH IN HUMAN SELF- 
UNDERSTANDING, by Edward Schillebeeckx. 
24 1. © John XXIII Institute, St. 
Xavler Col]ege; 27Apr66; CI8733. 



G 



TTW, GADFLY, a melodrama in three acts 
& a prologue by Jerry L. Evans, pseud, 
of Laurence S. Liebson, Sr. 1 v. 
© Laurence S. Liebson, Sr.; 6jun66; 
DU66162. 
GADFLY OUT OF THE NORTH, by N. S. 
Robbins (Nina S. Robbins) 1 v. A 
play in 3 acts. © N. S. Robbins; 
6Sep66; DU66733. 
GALANTE KOMDDIE. (Der Ktnig) Kom-6die 
in vier Akten von Hans Schubert. 
102 1. © Herta Schubert; 7Sep66; 
DU6675 9 . 



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THE GAMBLER, See 
THREE PLAYS. 

THE GAME MAKER, a new comeay by 
S. Joseph Fantl. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© S. Joseph Fantl; 22Nov66; 
DU6757'^ . 
THE GAME MUST PAY THE HUNTER, by Robert 
C. Lee. 1 V. A play In 2 acts. 
© Robert C. Lee; 51Aug66; DU6669o. 

GAME NUMBER ONE, by Joan Mofenson. 
21 1. A play. © Joan Mofenson; 
4Aug66; DU665't2. 

THE GAMES OF LOVE, 3 one act plays by 
David Martin, pseud, of David R. 
Shouler. 1 v. Contents: Love is a 
game. --The out of towners. --Where, 
oh where are you water boy? 
© David R. Shouler; 5Jul66; DU66l8l. 

LA GAMINE ET LES POUPfeES . (The waif 
and the dolls) Une piece en un act 
de Marjorie Contessa. 1 v. With 
music. ©Marjorie Contessa; 6Sep66; 
DU66507 . 
THE GANG'S ALL HAIR, a comedy in one 
act by Stephen Grogan. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 12 p. (El- 
dridge popular one-act playscripts) 
©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 13Sep66; 
DP6237. 
GASLIGHT SQUARE, a drama in 3 acts & 
6 scenes by Annie R. Crittenden. 

1 V. © Annie R. Crittenden; l40ct66; 
DU67004. 

DER GAST HAT IMMER FECHT; or, Ein 
Wirtschaftswunder, Sketch von 
George A. von Ihering. 15 1. 
© George A. von Ihering; 170ct66; 
DU67014 . 

GASTON, THE GREAT LOVER, by Joseph A. 
Palladino. 6 1. A play. © Joseph 
A. Palladino a.k.a. Joey Faye; 
110c t66; DU67153. 

GAY PHILANDERER, a musical comedy, book 
by Margaret Jaques Rowe. 80 1. 

2 acts. Book only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 5sep28, DXXc86675; 9Apr56, 
Rl68l4it; 51Jan40, D68746. NM: 
additions & revision. © Margaret 
Jaques Rowe; 30ct66; DU66848. 

DIE GEISTIGE REVOLUTION. (The spiritual 
revolution) Von Erwin D. Canham. 
15 1. Appl. author: Christian Science 
Pub. Society, employer for hire. 
© Christian Science Pub. Society; 
8Sep66; CI8823. 
GENIUS INC., a serial 1-hr.- TV program 
by Burton Brinckerhoff , Wendell 
Phillips, Jr. & Edward Senior. 
Pilot: Anemones for A. B. ; or. The 
genius who found his memory. 43 1. 
© Burton Brinckerhoff, Wendell 
Phillips, Jr. & Edward Senior; 23Sep66; 
DU66724. 
GENIUS WHO FOUND HIS MEMORY. See 

GENIUS INC. 
GENOUSIE. See 

THEATRE I-II. 
GENTLEMAN- DANCING-MASTER. See 
THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF WILLIAM 
WYCHERLEY. 
GEORGE TERRY PAT MAN BIT. See 
COMEDY AND TRAGEDY REWRITTEN & 
GEORGE TERRY PAT MAN BIT. 
THE GERANIUM IS A HARDY FLOWER, a three- 
act play by Christie Lund Coles. 
64 1. © Christie Lund Coles; 10Aug66; 
DU66533. 
GET WITCH QUICK, a play in three acts 
by David Rogers. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 99 p. ©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
22Jul66; DP615O. 
GET YOUR HEART FIXED TO GIVE, See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: GET 
YOUR HEART FIXED TO GIVE. 

GETTING BETTER RESULTS PROM YOUR 

ORDERS, by Leo Cherne. I9 1. (How 
to give instructions) Recording 
script. © Research Institute of 
America, Inc.; 110ct66; CI8929. 



GHOST DANCE. See 

NIGHT LIFE. 
GIANT OF A GENTLEMAN, a musical play, 

music, lyrics & book by William R. 

Holme. 110 1. 2 acts. Based on 

a story by William R. Holme. 

Book & lyrics only. © William 

Raymond Holme; 28Jul66; DU66249. 

THE GIFT AND THE GLORY, a drama in one 
act by Robert Howard Clausen. Nash- 
ville, Broadman Press, 21 p. 
© Broadman Press; lAug66; DP6133. 

THE GIFT OF GOD, a passion play by 

Robert Ardell Hyde. 85 1. ©Robert 

Ardell Hyde; 19Aug66; DU66620. 

THE GIFT OF LIFE, by Albert M. Kane. 
May 18, 1966. 31. A monologue. 
© Albert Morris Kane; 130ct66; 
CI8935. 

GIFT WRAP, PLEASE, a Christmas fantasy 
for children by Elizabeth Webster 
Watson. Nashville, Broadman Press. 
19 p. 2 scenes. © Broadman Press; 
l6May66; DP6128. 

THE GILDED MIRROR, by Jeane Dianna 
Saint, pseud, of Diane St. Jean. 
13 1. A play. © Diane St. Jean; 
19Aug66; DU66625. 

GIPSY LOVE; operetta in three acts; 
music by Franz Lehar, adapted & ar- 
ranged by Ronald Hanmer, book & lyrics 
by Phil Park. Amateur acting version. 
London, Glocken Verlag. 84 p. Based 
on the original libretto by A. M. 
Winner & Robert Bodanzky. Libretto. 
NM: additions. © Glocken Verlag, 
Ltd.; l6Aug66; DP6?13. 

A GIRL FOR BUDDY, a romantic comedy in 
two acts by Milton Saul. 1 v. 
© Milton E. S^ul; 2Sep66j DU6683O. 

THE GIRL FROM TONY PASTORS, a musical. 
Book, Irving Strouse; lyrics, Sylvia 
Fields & Irving Strouse. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book «c lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Tally ho, 
5May44, 89125 . NM: revision & 
additions. © Irving Strouse; 
15rec66; Di'67388. 

THE GIRL GAME; narration script. 7 1. 

© A. C. & R. Advertising, Inc.; 

5Aug66; CI8698. 
THE GIRL WITH THE DIRTY HAIR, by James 

M. Murray. 72 1. A play in 3 acts. 

© James M. Murray; 110ct66; DU66986. 

THE GIRLS TANGLE, by Nita J. Crowell & 
Mimette I. Ehrenfreund. 3 1. A play. 
© Nita J. Crowell & Mlnette I. 
Ehrenfreund; 28Nov66; DU67452. 

GIVE ME LIBERTY! See 

happiness; happiness; 



GIVE US the TRUTH. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
US THE TRUTH. 



GIVE 



A GLASS HOUSE SHATTERED, a one act 
play in two scenes by Edward V. 
Baldwin. 55 1. © Edward V. Bald- 
win; 4Nov66; DU67203. 
THE GLASS WALL, by Don Mueller. Nash- 
ville, General Committee on Family 
Life. 24 p. 2 scenes. © Don 
Mueller; 15Aug66; DP6l54 . 

GLI ARCIARTISTI; opera teatrale in tre 
atti di Joseph Pilcher. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Joseph 
Pilcher; 19Dec66; DU67386. 
GLITTER GIRL, a romantic farce in two 
acts by Richard Posner. 163 1. 
© Richard Posner; 23Nov66; DU673I3. 
THE GO-GO GENTLEMAN; book & lyrics by 
Esteban A. Chalbaud, music by 
Walter Geismar. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Adapted from 
Molidre's Bourgeois gentilhomme. 
© Walter H. Geismar & Esteban A. 
Chalbaud; 4Nov66; DU67?89. 



go; go; go; god is dead; a three - 
act play about modern values by 
Mary Drahos. 1 v. © Mary Drahos; 
lAug66; DU66468. 

GO STARE AT THE MOON, a drama in three 
acts by Martha Fuentes. 121 1. 
© Martha Ayers Fuentes; 29Aug66; 
DU66685. 

GOAT ISLAND. See 

THREE PLAYS. 
GOD HELP THE RABBI, by A. Z. Scholar, 

pseud, of Zan Skolnick. II6 1. 

A play in 3 acts. © Zan Skolnick; 

llAug66; DU66603. 
GOD IS LIVING; words by Paul Ott 

Carruth. 2 sheets. © Paul Ott 

Carruth; 17Aug66; CI8729. 
GOD KNOWS BEST, an original story 

written & adapted for television 

by Elizabeth Oravets. 30 1. 

© Elizabeth Oravets; 20Dec66; 

DU67494. 

GOD STRUCK A SILENCE, a play by John 
Gray. 1 v. 3 acts. © John Gray; 
5Dec66; DU67419. 
THE GODLESS GOD, a drama in three 
acts by Eugen Reichbach. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 70ct63, 
DU58637; 5Jan65, DU62021; qjul65, 
DU63483. NM: additions, revisions 
& deletions. © Eugen Reichbach; 
240ct66; DU67193. 

GOD'S HEALING LAW. See 

HUKUM PENJEMBUHAN ALLAH: DIMANA 
ADANJA DAN BAGAIMANA KERDJANJA. 

GOD'S HEALING LAW: WHERE IT IS AND HOW 
IT WORKS. See 

AWG NAGPAPAGALING NA BATAS NG DIYOS, 
KUNG NASAAN ITO AT KUNG PAANO ITO 
NAGKAKABISA. 
GOING FOR A SONG, transcribed from teie- 
diphone recording by British Broad- 
casting Corp. 16 p. Script. 
© British Broadcasting Corp.; ISepob; 
CI8755 • 

THE GOLDEN DAY, a play in three acts 
by Ruth Wallace & Fielding Griggs. 
54 1. © Ruth Wallace & Fielding 
Griggs; 12Aug66; DU66832. 

THE GOLDEN GOOSE, an adaptation of the 
old fairy tale by Marcla Gambrell 
H6viok. 15 1. © Marcia Gambrell 
Hovick (Marcia Gambrell); 29Aug66; 
DU66485. 
THE GOLDEN- PAINTED YEARS, a tragi- 
comedy by Robert Rosten. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Robert Rosten; 25Nov66; DU67439. 

THE GOLDEN PINE CONE, by Walter M. 
Skurda & Richard S. Kordos. 70 1. 
A play in 12 scenes. © Walter M. 
Skurda & Richard S. Kordos; 25Jul66; 
DU66398. 

GOLDEN THRONES CAME LATER, a two-part 
reading being a dialogue between 
God and Man, by Eleanore Sellars. 
29 1. © Eleanore Sellars; 24Jun66; 
DP6169. 

GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS, by 
Linda Albert & Susan Gottlieb; Frank 
Metis, author of music. 1 v. 
© PPX Publishing, a division of 
PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 200ct66; 
DU6718I. 

GOLDILOCKS MEETS THE THREE BEARS, 

a musical play by Sol Richman. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Sol Richman; l4Nov66; 
DU67243. 

GOLDILOX, by Billy Roberts (William M. 
Roberts) Sheet. © William M. 
Roberts; 17Nov66; CI8975. 

GOLEMANOPF; comedy in three acts by 

St. L. Kostov, translated by Eugenie 

Bajoti. 48 1. © Eugenie A. Bajoti; 
23Dec66; DU67454 . 

GOLGOTHA, a play for Lent by James 
Stuckey. 28 1. © James Stuckey; 
9Apr65; DP6086. 



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GOOD INTENTIONS, a comedy In three 
acts by P. J. Farrell. 1 v. 
© Patrick J. Farrell; 31Aug66; 
DU66699. 

A GOOD LADY FROM HELL, by Jock McGraw. 
1 V. A play in 5 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 50ct64, DU61298. NM: 
complete revision. © Jock McGraw; 
l8Aug66; DU66618. 

GOOD OLD SUMHERTIME, a final fling 
at the seaside by Leslie Sands. 
London, English Theatre Guild. 
80 p. (Guild library) A comedy 
in 3 acts. © Leslie Sands; 6Sep66; 
DF1863. 
GOOD PEOPLE And true, by Rosmarin 

Martel, pseud, of Mary S. Joyner. 

123 1. A play in 3 acts. © Mary 

S. Joyner; 3Aug66; DU66491. 

GOODBYE TONSILS HELLO CANCER, by 
Wayne G. Ewing. Sheet. © Wayne 0. 
Ewlng; 23Jun66; C18673. 
GORILLA QUEEN, a play by Ronald Tavel. 
68 1. Book & lyrics only. © Ronald 
Tavel; 28Nov66; DU67??7. 

GOTAMI WAS HER FAMILY NAME, a play in 
one act based on a Buddhist story, 
by Josephine Matthias, pseud, of 
Sallea Unger. 8 1. © Sallea Unger; 
26Sep66; DP6175. 

A GRADUATION PROGRAM FOR KINDERGARTEN, 
by Helen Stleve. Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldridge Pub. Co. 7 p. (Children's 
plays) ©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 6Sep66; 
DP6244 . 

GRANDE E LA PICCOLA MORTE. See 

lA TESTA DEL PROFETA & LA. GRANDE E LA 
PICCOLA MORTE. 
LA GRANDE PITIE DU ROYAUME DE FRANCE; 
imagerie en trols moments de Maurice 
Clavel. [Parle] Galllmard. 172 p. 
(Le Manteau d'Arlequin) © Editions 
Galllmard; 30May66; DFO-litBO. 

GRANDMA'S CHRISTMAS STORY, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Alice Westcott Robertson. 34 1. 
© Alice Westcott Robertson; 29Jul66; 
DU66441. 

THE GRASS HARP, a musical play; book 
& lyrics by Kenward ELmslie, music 
by Claibe Richardson. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Based on the book by Truman Capote. 
© Kenward Elmslie & Claibe Richard- 
son; I5N0V66; DU6725O. 

GRAVESIDE STORY; screenplay by Howell M. 
Forgy & James S. Elliott. 1st draft: 
May 23, 1966. 106 1. Based on an 
idea by Richard Matheson. © James S. 
Elliott & Howell M. Forgy; 10Aug66; 
DU6635I. 

GREAT AWAKENER. See 
DE MACHTIGE WEKSTEM. 
LE PUISSANT LEVAIN. 
SANDHEDEN, DER VAEKKER OS. 

A GREAT CAREER, a one act play by 
Charles Dizenzo. Dramatists Play 
Service. 34 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1966, DU65265. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Charles Dizenzo; 
21Nov66; DP6197. 

THE GREAT DAY, a play in three acts by 
Noel Lester & Dlanne Coy. 1 v. 
© Noel B. Lester & Dlanne Coy; 
110ct56; DU67I35. 

GREAT MELODRAMAS, edited by Robert 
Saffron with an introduction by 
Vincent Price. 1st ed. I966. New 
York, Collier Books. 341 p. (The 
Permanent theatre series) Contents: 
Monte Crlsto, by Alexandre Dumas, 
adapted by Charles Fechter. --Secret 
service, by William Gillette.- The 
letter, by W. Somerset Maugham. -- 
Angel Street, by Patrick Hamilton. 
© Macmillan Co.; 15Sep66; A876972. 
GREAT WAVE PASSING, a play for radio 
by Leo Goldman. 3 1. © Leo Goldman; 
20Jul66; CI87I7. 



268-067 O - 67 



GREEN AUTUMN, a comedy In three acts 
by Edward Gilmore. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 19Sep49, 21445. 
NM: additions, revisions & deletions. 
©Edward J. Gilmore, Jr.; 310ct66; 
DU67160. 

THE GREEN BERET; original story created 
& adapted for television by Nick 
Shevchlk (Nicholas Shevchik) & Walter 
Parsley. 23 1. © Nicholas Shevchlk 
& Walter E. Parsley; 22Jul66; 
DU66379. 

GREEN JELLO, PURPLE PAINT, by Carlton 
Edwards. 11 1. A play. © Carlton 
Edwards; l8Jul66; DU66344 . 

GREEN MAN, a satirical comedy in three 
acts by George K. Hohn. 1 v. In- 
cludes music for 1 song. © George K. 
Hohn; lAug66; Du66458. 
GREGORY, by James LeRoy Chase. 84 1. 
A play in 4 acts. © James LeRoy 
Chase; 28Nov66;- DU6735O. 
GRETA, s drama by Antoni Gronowicz. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Antoni Gronowicz; 
26Aug66; DU66745. 

THE GRIN ON THE MOON, a one act play 
by Leonard Peterson. New York, 
Friendship Press. 48 p. © Leonard 
Peterson; lMay66; DP6095 . 
GRINGO; screenplay by Ralph Server. 
96 1. © Ralph Server; 19Dec66; 
DU67483. 
GROWING OLD GRACEFULLY, by Lou Rawls, 
Jr. Sheet. Recitation script. 
© Rawlou Music; 16Nov66; CI9OO5 . 
THE GUARANTEED COLLEGE EDUCATION PLAN, 
by Eugene R. Jackson. 6 1. 
© E. R. Jackson; 2Dec66; C19074 . 
THE GUARDIAN; TV script for filmed 
show by I. Thany. 38 1. Text only. 
© I. Thany; 7Nov66; DU67273- 

GUL BABA; operette hdrom felvondsban, 
szoveg by Martos Ferenc, atdolgozta 
by Kardos Gyorgy, zene by Huszka 
Jeno". Budapest, Zenemukiad6 
Vallalat. 2 v. © Zenemukiad(5 
Vdllalat; 18Nov54 ; DFI859, 

GUERRA. See 
THE WAR. 

GUILLAUME TELL. See 
WILLIAM TELL. 

GUNOLOGY. 1 V. Filmstrip script. 
© Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp.; 
18Nov66; CI9049. 

THE GUNSHOOTER, a play in three acts by 
Nicolas Bengt, pseud, of Stanley 
Kiesel. 1 v. © Stanley Kiesel; 
2Sep66; DU66712. 

GUTE GESCHAFTE; Lustsplel in 3 akten 
von Hans Schubert. 58 1. © Herta 
Schubert; 7Sep66; DU66753. 



H 



H F # 2, by Joe Sarno. 58 1. A screen- 
play. ©Howard Farber Pictures, Inc.; 
60ct66; DU66964. 

H. F. #3, by Joe Sarno. 47 1. 
A screenplay. © H. F. Number 3, 
Inc.; I5N0V66; DU67247. 
H. M. S. PINAFORE, by Gilbert & Sullivan. 
New condensed version. Evanston, 
111., Summy-Birchard Co. 15 P. 
2 acts. Chorus parts. Appl. states 
prev. pub. 12Jan34 . © Summy-Birchard 
Co.; 2Aug66; DP6185 . 
H.M.S. PINAFORE; new condensed version 
by Gilbert & Sullivan. Evanston, 
111., Summy-Birchard Co. 64 p. 
2 acts. With music. Appl. states 
prev. pub. 12Jan34, D28612. © Summy- 
Birchard Co.; 20May66; DP61OI. 
THE HAGGIS EATERS, by J. V. Melendy. 
54 1 . A play in 3 scenes. © Joyce 
V. Melendy; llJul66; DU66276 . 
HAIR, a musical by Gerome Ragnl & James 
Rado (James Radomski) 124 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © James Rado & 
Gerome Ragnl; 240ct66; DU67323. 



THE HAIRY FALSETTO, ."^.ee 
3 PLAYS. 

HALFV/AY UP THE TREE, a farcical morality 
in three acts by Peter Ustinov. 
69 1. © Pavor, S.A.; 29Sep66; 
DU67385 . 

THE HALL OF FAME INNS, by John F. 

Harrell. 2 sheets. © John F. Karrell; 
l4Nov66; CI9028. 

THE HALL OF WOMEN, a little known in- 
cident before the Trojan War began 
by Marcla Gambrell Hovlck. 21 1. 
© Marcla Gambrell Hovick (Marcla 
Gambrell); 29Aug66; DU66483. 
HALLELUJAH DAY, a musical play in two 
acts, book written by Virginia Angelo 
& Mary Bozeman Raines, lyrics written 
by Virginia Angelo. 1st rewrite. 
35 1- Book & lyrics only. © Virginia 
Angelo & Mary Bozeman Raines; 9Aug66; 
DU66599. 
HALLO POOPSIE-BABY; Musical comedy for 
two hours T.V, by Mlrrlam Onnaverra, 
pseud, of Miriam Cohen. 48 1, 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Miriam 
Cohen; l4t<ov66; DU67337 . 
HAMLET AS A NO PLAY ALL'ITALIANA, by 
Robert Richard Pallenberg. 1 v. 
A cantata. Libretto. © Robert 
Richard Pallenberg; lAug66; DU6625O. 
HANABULS HEAVEN; series of TV scripts 
written & created by Fred S. Lagg 
(Frederick S. Lagg) No.l: One cf 
our planes is missing. 27 1. 
© Frederick S. Lagg; 25Jul66; DU66393. 
HANG BY THEIR SHOELACES, a play by 
Karl A. Tunberg. 99 1 • 8 scenes. 
© Karl A. Tunberg; 21Dec66; DU67496. 
A HANK OF HAIR AND A BANANA PEEL, by 
Altfeld & Welder. Sheet. Script. 
<^ Screen Gems-Columbia Music, Inc.; 
lSep66; CI8885 . 
HANNIBAL REVISITED; edited by Virginia 
Holden. 1 v. A dramatic -narrative 
program on Mark Twain prepared for 
closed circuit television. Book 
only. © Virginia Holden; 10Aug66; 
DU66534. 

HANOI HANNA, RADIO STAR. See 
QUEEN OF CHINA. 
HANSEL AND GRETEL, by David March, 
pseud, of Owen Hansley. 30 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Owep Hansley; 
280ct66; DU67342. 
HANSEL AND GRETEL; PPX Enterprises, 
author of play; Fraink Metis, author 
of music. 1 V. © PPX Publishing, 
a division of PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 
200ct66; DU67172. 
HAPPINESS; HAPPINESS: The book & the 
lyrics by Lola Pergament. 1 v. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Give me liberty! DU63606. NM: 
addition of lyrics. © Lola Pergament; 
6Sep66; DU66906. 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, HAY; or, Bon, anniver- 
salre Israel. By Louise Starr. 
Sheet. ©Louise Starr; 12Aug66; 
CI8694 . 

HAPPY COLUMBUS DAY, a new comedy by 
Phoebe & Henry Ephron. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Phoebe Ephron & Henry Ephron; 
27Jul66; DU66410. 
HAPPY ENDING AND DAY OF ABSENCE, two 
plays by Douglas Turner Ward. 
Dramatists Play Service. 58 p. 
A short one-act play & a satirical 
fantasy. © Douglas Turner Ward; 
7Nov66; DP6194. 
THE HAPPY HOURS, a comedy by Edward 
Dudowicz. 1 V. 3 acts. © Edward 
Dudowicz; 21Sep66; DU66857. 

THE HAPPY HYPOCRITE, a musical play; 
adaptation & lyrics by Edward Eager, 
music by James Bredt, pseud, of 
Bernard Pagenstecher. 1 v. ? acts. 
From the story by Max Beerbohm. 
© Jane Eager & Bernard Pagenstecher; 
??Nov66; DU67?87. 



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July-Dec. 



THE HAPPY PLACE, by Sue Peterson 

Durling. 116 1. A play In 3 acts. 

© Sue Smith Peterson Durling 

(Mrs. Roger Glenn Durling); llAug66; 

DU66548. 

HARD DAY AT WORK; script for a comedy 
play in 2 acts for television by 
Conrad Abbott. 1 v. © Conrad M. 
Abbott; 510ct66; DU67O55 . 

HARDLY -WORTHIT REPORT, by Steve Baron 
(Steven E. Baron), Bill Minkin (Wil- 
liam Mlnkln), & Dennis Wholey. 1 v. 
15 dialogs. © Dennis Wholey & Chip 
Taylor; 7Sep66; C18814. 

HARRY AND THE ANGEL, a vaudeville for 
two players by Norman D. Dietz. 
14 1. (Theatre- In-print, v. 3) 
Appl. states prev. reg. 25Aug55, 
DU638II. NM: revisions. © Norman 
D. Dietz; 120ct66j DP6IT6. 

THE HAT, a play in one act by Frederick 
B. Graves. 35 1. © Frederick Bruce 
Graves; l4Sep66; DU66820. 

HATE GROUPS. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT; HATE 
GROUPS. 

HAVE TRUNK, WILL TRAVEL, the story of a 
circus elephant; music by Evelyn 
Danzig, book & lyrics by Sylvia Dee. 
21 1. © Evelyn Danzig & Sylvia Dee; 
310ct66; CI8907. 

HAVING TROUBLE GIVING UP CIGARETTES? 
Written & narrated by Tom Powell 
(F. Thomas Powell) 8 1. Script. 
©Thinking, Inc.; 7Nov66; CI8972. 

THE HAZARDS OF SMOKING, by Alton 
Ochsner. 14 1. © George W. May; 
23Jun66; CI867I. 
HE TOUCHED ME, a Christmas play by 
Hazel Dotson Poe. 20 p. 3 acts. 
© Hazel Dotson Poe; 19Aug66; DP6144 . 
HE TWISTED MY PINKY, by Syd Prevore 
(Sydney M. Prevore) 51 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Syd Prevore; 7Dec66; 
DU 67502. 

THE HEADSHRINKER'S HOUSE, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Morris Lewis. 31 1. © Morris 
Lewis; 19Dec66; DU67470. 

HEAR AND SEE: WASHINGTON, D. C. ; written 
by George W. Courtney, Jr. & Richard 
A. Van Horn. 10 1. A monologue. 
© George W. Courtney, Jr. & Richard 
A. Van Horn; 22Nov66; CI9OI3. 

THE HEAT OF THE MOMENT, a play by 

Alfred Shaughnessy. London, English 
Theatre Guild. 100 p. (Guild 
library) 3 acts. © Alfred 
Sharghnessy; 10May66; DFI852. 

HEAVEN AND HELL AND I, by John Lee 
Weldon. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© John Lee Weldon; 13Dec66; DU6746O. 

HEAVEN IS A MOMENT. See 

SOUND OF A DISTANT DRUM. 
HEAVEN TO BETSY, SAINT CAROLINE, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Juainnie P. Gibbens. 
34 1. © Juannie P. Gibbens; 22Aug66; 
DU66636. 
HECK OF A FIX IN 66, spoken verses by 
Jim Nesbitt. Sheet. © Peach Music, 
Inc.; 2Sep66; C18845. 

HEDGE OF SERPENTS, a Gothic romantic 
comedy suggested by Sophocles' 
Philoctetes, by Reimon Delgado. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Ramon Louis Delgado; 
30ct66; DU66948. 

DIE HEIMLICHE EHE. (II matrimonio 
segreto) Von Domenico Cimarosa; 
heitere Oper in zwei Akten von 
Giovanni Bertati; Deutsche Ubertragung 
nach der italienischen Original- 
partitur von Joachim Popelka, 
[Germany] Ricordi. 304 p. Klavier- 
auszuK mit deutschem Text. © G. Ri- 
cordi & C, S.P.A. ; 20May66; DFI869. 



HELLO, THERE, MR. SCROOGE, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Edward G. Salisberry. 37 1. 
© Edward G. Salisberry; 270ct66; 
DU67IO9. 

HELLO, world; By Edith Quick. Frank- 
lin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 28 p. 
Operetta in 1 act. © Eldridge Pub. 
Co. ; lSep65; DP6082. 

HELM, by Hans Gunter Michelsen, 

translated by Alexander Gross. 127 1. 
A play. With music. © Alexander 
Gross; 29Sep66; DU66917. 

HELP IS COMING, a one act play by 
Michael deGuzman. 17 1- © Michael 
deGuzman; 30Sep66; DU66919. 
HELP! NURSE; screenplay by Joan Rivers 
(Joan Rivers Rosenberg) & Marshall 
Brickman. 152 1. © Montrose Produc- 
tions, Ltd.; 50ct66; DU66960. 

THE HEN THAT LAID THE GOLDEN EGG, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Mary P. Knapp. 30 1. 
© Mary P. Knapp; 20Dec66; DU67493. 
HENRIETTA, by N. S. Robbins. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © N. S. Robbins; 
29Nov66; DU67363. 
HER MAJESTY; political film satire 
written by Stephen Erd^lyi. 91 1. 
© Stephen Erd41ylj 7Nov66; DU67274 . 

HERE WE GO AGAIN, by S. H. Greengus. 
35 1. A play in 2 acts with music. 
Book only. © Sherman H. Greengus; 
240ct66; DU67079. 
THE HESSIAN CORPORAL, a new one-act 
documentary play by Paul Foster. 
31 1. © Paul Foster; 5Jul66; 
DU66180. 
HESTER. See 
MANY VOICES. 
HEY THERE, WHERE WERE YOU WHEN THE 
LIGHTS WENT OUT? A play by Betty 
Oliver (Elizabeth Oliver) 75 1. 
3 acts. © Betty Oliver; 27Dec66; 
DU67513. 
HIDDEN ACRES, an original story written 
& adapted for television by B. Tomi 
Thornton. 30 1. © B. Tomi Thornton; 
25JU166; DU66387. 
THE HIDDEN FACES; half -hour television 
play created by Irving Vendig. 1 v. 
5 scenes. © Irving Vendig Associates, 
Inc.; 30Aug66; DU66689. 
THE HIDEAWAY; original screenplay by 
Dale E. Basye & W. E. Hamelman, with 
special assistance by Rosalie A. 
Basye. 83 1. © Dale E. Barye, 
Rosalie A. Basye & W. E. Hamelman; 
12Sep66; DU66805 . 

THE HIGH ROLLERS, by Vernon Douglas 
Larson. 1 v. A play. © Vernon 
Douglas Larson; 22Aug66; DU66482. 
HIGH TREASON, by John Berger, pseud, of 
Karol Krcmery. 102 1. A play in 3 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 190ct64> 
DU6l4l8 & 7Jun66, DU66OI3, NM: 
revision & addition. © Karol Krcmery; 
lAug66; DU6628O. 
HILLBILLY BREAD, by Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative. Sheet. 
Recording script. © Quality Bakers 
of Arr.erica Cooperative, Inc.; 10Nov66; 
CI8994. 
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF VIETNAM. See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF VIETNAM. 
HISTORY OF JAZZ; narration by Randy 
Weston. 51. © Randy Weston; 
19Dec66; CI909O. 
HIYU HEE-HEE, a lecture drama contain- 
ing the one act play Makah lullaby, 
by Les Houde (Leslie L. Houde) 
47 1. © Leslie L. Houde; llJul66; 
DU6627O. 
HDLLE AUF ERDEN; Operette in drei Akten 
von Georg Kreisler; Musik von Jacques 
Offenbach & Hans Haug. 3 /. Alle 
Rechte vorbehalten Unverkaufliches 
Manuskript. NM: "new musical arrange- 
ment." © Buhnenvertrieb Reiss, A.G.; 
8Dec66; DU67343. 



THE HOGDARTS AT HOME, by Jef Fall (James 
Fall) 107 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Jef Pall; 6jul66; DU66193. 
HOLD OUT; words & music by Preston E. 
Peters. 2 sheets. © Preston E. 
Peters; 210ct66; CI8926. 
HOLIDAY SERIES. 1 v. 26 narration 
scripts. ©Pathway, Inc.; 27Jul66; 
CI8737. 

A HOLIDAY SURVEY, by Guy Cooper 
Shearer. 2 sheets. A lecture. 
© Guy Cooper Shearer; l4Dec66; 
CI9087. 
HOLLY, a musical play by Chris McCann 
(Christian D. McCann) 1 v. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 7Aug62, 
01155986. NM: editorial revision & 
additions. © Chris McCann; 2Sep66; 
DU66709. 
HOLLYWOOD'S HAPPIEST COUPLE, a comedy 
in three acts by Jack Rose. 1 v. 
© Jack Rose; 4nov66; DU67275 . 
A HOME AWAY FROM HOME, by Michael 

deGuzman. 45 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© Michael deGuzman; 13DeG66; 
DU67461. 
HONEY CRUSHED WHEAT BREAD, by Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative. 
Sheet. Recording script. © Quality 
Bakers of America Cooperative, Inc.; 
10Nov66; CI8992. 
THE HONORABLE FRAUDS; story by Donald 
Bime, screenplay by Peter Savage, 
pseud, of Frank Peter Petrella. 
144 1. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Diogenes enraged, 26Sep63, DU586OO. 
NM: additions 8e revisions. ©Frank 
Peter Petrella; 30Aug66; DU66475 . 
HOOFBEATS NO.l, by Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative. Sheet. Com- 
mercial script. © Quality Bakers 
of America Cooperative, Inc.; 8Aug66; 
C18757 . 
HOOKED, by Morrell G. Qulncy. 46 1. 
A play in 5 acts. © Morrell G. Quln- 
cy; 23N0V66; DU67316. 

HOPE FOR THE MENTATJ.Y RETARDED; film- 
script by Saidee C. Byrne. 13 1. 
© Saidee C. Byrne; 30Sep66; C18849. 
HOPPING CONTEST, by Billy Roberts. 
Sheet. © Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.; 
l4Apr66; Cl88o4 . 

HORATIO, by George Costas. 28 1. 
7 scenes. ©Alice Costas; l6Jun66; 
DU66173. 
HORIZON OF BLUE HORSES, a play by Mike 
Major (Michael Joseph Major) 50 1. 
© Michael Joseph Major; 30Sep66; 
DU66923. 

THE HORSE KILLER; original screenplay 
by Thomas B. Casey. 154 1. © Thomas 
B. Casey; l4Sep66; DU669OI. 
HOSTILE WITNESS, a play in two acts by 
Jack Roffey. London, Evans Plays. 
94 p. © Jack Roffey; 30Dec65; 
DFI857 . 
THE HOT LINE, a -Comedy in one act by 
Donald L. Blattner. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 31 p. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
210ct66; DP6262. 

A HOT TIME IN THE OLD TOWN TONIGHT, 
arr. & adapted by Altfeld & Welder. 
Sheet. Script. © Screen Gems- 
Columbia Music, Inc.; lSep66; 
CI889O. 
L'HOTEL RACJME; piece en trois actes, 
deux decors & hult personnages de 
Michele Perrein, pseud, de Mlchele 
Barbe. 1 v. ©Mlchele Perrein; 
250ct66; DU67073. 
A HOTTER SIDE OF HEAVEN, a drama in 
three acts by Harold Yablonsky. 
1 V. © Cressa Roma Films & Harold 
Yablonsky; llJul66; DU66258. 
HOUGH IN BLAZES, by Jerome Max. 

133 1. A play In 3 acts. © Jerome 
Max; l4Dec66; DU67465 . 
HOUSE OF DETENTION, a one act play by 
C. L. Rinaldo. 35 1. © Carmen 
Leonard Rinaldo; 27Sep66; DU66888. 



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HOUSE OF DETENTION, by K. S. Robbins. 
1 V. A play in 5 acts. © N. S. 
Robbins; 24 0ct66; DU6709O. 

THE HOUSE OF SEVEN GABLES, an affection- 
ate fable. Screenplay by Jack Glenn, 
a Carroll Douglass presentation. 
145 1. Based on the famous romance 
by Nathaniel Hawthorne. © Jack 
Glenn & Carroll Lee Douglass (Mrs. 
Jack Glenn); 25Nov66; DU67440. 

HOUSE WITH A HOLE IN THE FRONT DOOR, 
a fantasy of Southern love by 
Broome Stringf ellow. 1 v. 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 7May52, 
DU307'ti+. NM: additions. © Broome 
Stringfellow; 120ct66; DU67132. 
THE HOUSECOAT, a three-act play by 
Erwin Pally. 66 1. © Erwin Pally; 
100ct66; DU67062. 
HOW A MAN TURNS OUTLAW, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Charles Davis. 30 1. © Charles 
Davis; 30Sep66; DU6693O. 

HOW ADAM GOT EVE, by James P. Shankster. 

71. A play. © James P. Shankster; 

]5Sep66; DU66898. 
HOW I MADE $2,000,000 IN THE STOCK 

MAFiKET, a musical comedy, book by 

Lee Thuna (Leonora Thuna) 1 v. 

2 acts. Book only. © Leonora Thuna; 

20Sep66; DU66728. 

HOW LONG, OH LORD? By Arthur Nasika, 
pseud, of Athanasios Sarmanlotis, 
adapted for the stage by Helen 
Savaron, pseud, of Sarah B. Dona. 
80 1. A play in 3 acts. © Athanasios 
Sarmaniotis & Sarah B. Dona; 23Sep66; 
DU67034 . 

HOW SWEET WAS MY SWAMP, a marsh rrelo- 
drama by Wayne Norman. 38 1. 
3 acts. ©Wayne Norman; 30ct66; 
DU66950. 

HOW THE WIND COMES, a play by John 
Vincent Stoltenberg. ^^ 1. © John 
Vincent Stoltenberg; lljul66; 
DU66279 . 
HOW THEY FELL, by Jules Kean. 13 1. 
A play. © Jules Kean; 2Aug66; 
DU66473. 
HOW TO BREAK CLAY TARGETS. 1 v. 

Pilmstrip script. © Olin Mathieson 
Chemical Corp.; l8Nov66; CI9050. 

HOW TO GET YOUR WAY WITH MEN WITHOUT 
THEM FINDING OUT. See 
THE LADIES' GAME. 

HOW TO GIVE INSTRUCTIONS. See 

GETTING BETTER RESULTS FROM YOUR 
ORDERS. 

HOW TO LIVE IN THE NEW WORLD, a choral 
reading by Charles R. Croghan, Jr. 
12 1. © Charles Robert Croghan, Jr.; 
'tOct66; DU66956. 

HOW TO LIVE TO BE 100 WITHOUT GROWING 
OLD. See 
TOOT '66. 

HOWARD BLOOM COMEDY AND TRAGEDY MONO- 
LOGUE FOR RECORD. See 

COMEDY AND TRAGEDY REWRITTEN & GEORGE 
TERRY FAT MAN BIT. 

HUBBA HUBBA; A comedy in three acts by 
Albert Lee. II7 1. © Albert F. Lee; 
17Aug66; DU66614. 

HUCK FINN AND TOM SAWYER, a dramatico- 
musical adaptation of Mark Twain ' s 
Tom Sawyer; book by Sylvia Thomas, 
lyrics by Gerald Lebowltz, music by 
Martin Kalmanoff. 32 1. 2 acts. 
Book only. © Sylvia Thomas; 15Sep66; 
DU66823. 

HUKUM PENJEMBUHAN ALLAH: DIMANA ADANJA 
DAN BAGAIMANA KERDJANJA. (God's 
healing law: where it is and how it 
works) By Paul Stark Seeley. 27 1. 
A lecture on Christian Science. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 8Apr66, 
Cl8'+6l. © Paul Stark Seeley; 
15Apr66; CI8825 . 



HUMAN EGG. See 

THE FEMININE VIEWPOINT. 

THE HUMAN YO-YO, by Walker R. A. Graham. 
13 1. A play. © Walker R. A. Graham; 
120ot65; DP6II13. 

HUNGARY BETRAYED: CHAPTER VII, by 
Joseph Miller. 1 v. © Joseph 
Miller; 2Dec66; CI9OO7. 

DIE HUNGRIGEN COTTER; Schausplel in 3 
Akten (7 Bildern) von Hans Schubert. 
84 1. © Herta Schubert; 7Sep66; 
DU66758. 

HURRY MOMMY, THE WAR IS ON, a new 
comedy and war games by Harold 
Ackerman. 1 v. 3 nets. © Harold 
Ackerman; 5Dec66; DU67IH7. 

HURRY ON DOWN, a comedy in three acts 
by Frank Gehrecke & Joelyn Scott, 
pseud, of Joelyn Gilchrist. 1 v. 
© Joelyn Gilchrist & Frank T. Geh- 
recke; 15Aug66; DU66580. 

THE HYGIENE STORY; story by Nicholas 
Demetroules, screenplay by Jerry 
Gross. 68 1. © Jerry Gross Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 5Jul66; DU66183. 



I 



I AM I! A talk by Robert Fondiller. 
1 V. © Robert Fondiller; 26May66; 
CI867O. 

I AM THE DOOR, a play in one act by 
R. J. Sparks. 12 1. © R. J. Sparks; 
lMar66; DP6lll. 

I AM YOUR MIRROR, by Herbert Tjadens. 
162 1. A screenplay. © Herbert 
Tjadens; 20Jul66; DU66273- 

I BELIEVE, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Fred L. 
Street. 30 1. © Fred L. Street; 
15Aug66; DU66582. 

I CAN SEE BEYOND THE FAR HORIZON, a 
play by Ross Allen Bartlett. 33 1. 
3 acts. © Ross Allen Bartlett; 
25JUI66; DU66390. 

I. DR. IRVING PEPPER, a sketch made by 
Pete McCabe (Peter J. McCabe) & 
Rob Wallace (Robert M. Wallace) 

2 1. © Robert M. Wallace; 27Jun66; 
CI8660. 

I GAVE HIM MYRRH, a Christmas play in 
one act by Lois Peterson Keller. 
Nashville, Abingdon Press. 15 p. 
© Abingdon Press; 2May66; DP6l40. 

I KNOW WHAT I LIKE, a comedy in three 
acts by Miriam Youns. 1 v. 
© Miriam Young; 12Aug66; DU66555. 
I LOVE YOU, I THINK, a comedy by 
John B. Kuntz. 77 1- 3 acts. 
© John B. Kuntz; 22Nov66; DU67375. 

I LOVE YOU, SOCRATES, by Gladys berst 
Simon (Mrs. Louis S. Simon) 121 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Gladys Herst 
Simon; 3Nov66; DU67202. 
I MARRIED IRENE, BECAUSE SHE HAS EYES 
LIKE ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S, a comedy in 
one act by Joseph Baldwin. New York, 
S. French. 21 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 24May66; DP6092. 
I NEED YOU! A new comedy by Abe Kroll 
(Abraham KroDl) 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Abraham Kroll; 28Jul66; DU66427. 
I NEVER HAD A CHANCE, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Morton Benson. 30 1. © Morton 
Benson; 30Sep66; DU66929. 
I SHPY, by Jerry Elkind. 21 1. 

A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Jerry Elkind; lJun66; DP6181. 

I SPY, YOU SPY, a play in three acts 
by Clark Fuller, pseud, of Clark 
Fuller Sergei Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 96 p. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
2Aug66; DP6149. 

I WANT VICTORY! YES, I DO, a play 
about Vietnam by Eleanor Otto. 1 v. 

3 acts. With music. © Eleanor 
Otto; 50ct66; DU66957 . 



AN IDEA THAT MAKES SENSE. 16 1. 
A filmstrip script. © Western 
Reserve Life Assurance Co.; 22Dec66; 
CI9099. 

IDOL-NESS IN RIVERDALE; suggested by 
Archie comics. Book, music & lyrics 
by Beau Clayton, peeud. of Clay A. 
Boland, Jr. & Raoul Alland, pseud, of 
Allison H. Roulston. 1 v. A screen- 
play. © Allison H. Roulston & 
Clay A. Boland, Jr.; I3JUI66; DU66289. 

IF I HAD A HAMMER, a dramatic narrative 
in two parts by G. L. Wallace, with 
contributions by Margaret Burroughs, 
Louis Gothard & Bernard Arbella. 
40 1. © Gerald L. Wallace; l8jul66; 
CI8663. 

IF IT WEREN'T FOR A LITTLE BLUE ICE TO 
KEEP US GOING; comedv-drama by 
Ronald Tilghman, pseud, of Ronald M. 
FaJrweather. 1 v. 3 acts. © Ronald 
M. Fainveather; 70ct66; DU66849. 

IF SHAKESPEARE WERE ALIVE TODAY, by 
Richard Maltby, Jr. & David Shire. 

1 v. Script for radio. © Maltby- 
Shire Productions; 22Aug66; DU66627 . 

IP YOU TELL ME THE TRUTH, by Elsa 

Torrens. 25 1 . A screenplay. NM: 

addition. © Elsa M. Torrens; 

25JUI66; DU66394. 
I'LL TELL YOU TOMORROW, a play by Tom 

Jones (Tommy Ray Jones) 1 v. 

3 acts. © Tommy Ray Jones; 

19Dec66; DU67481. 
I'M ALL RIGHT, a message from President 

John F. Kennedy ... by A. R. Woods. 

k 1. A monologue. © A, R. Woods; 

19Dec66; CI9OI9. 
I'M GONNA BE FREE, by Mike Elworth. 

Sheet. Narration. © Lowery Music 

Co., Inc.; 17Nov66; CI8966. 
THE IMAGE, by Jean Scharlau (Geneva 

5. Scharlau) 67 1. A play in 

3 acts. © Jean Scharlau; l6Nov66; 

DU67254 . 

IMAGO DEI, by E. G. Blerhaus, Jr. 1 ". 
A play in 3 acts. © Edward G. Bier- 
haus, Jr.; 29Aug66; DU66683. 
IMMORTAL TITAN, a play by John G 
Sellers. 66 1. 2 acts. © John G. 
Sellers; l8jul66; DU66325 . 
THE IMPOSSIBLE YEARS, a comedy in two 
acts by Bob Fisher & Arthur Marx. 
New York, S. French. 101 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 3Mar64, DU5967O. 
© Bob Fisher & Arthur Marx; 130ct66; 
DP6253. 
THE IMPRESARIO, by Dory Previn. 40 1. 
Based on the play by Gottlieb 
Stephanie, the younger. NM: transla- 
tion, adaptation & addition. © Dory 
Previn; 7Nov66; DU67211. 

IN AND OUT OF THE SHADOWS; two one 
act plays by William J. Devane. 
1 V. © William J. Devane; 15Jul66; 
DU66307 . 
IN ANOTHER DREAM, a play in five acts 
by Janet L. Gardner. 67 1. © Janet 
L. Gardner; 12Aug66; DU66556. 

IN ARGUMENT FOR THE TELESYMBOL, by 

Tamara Lesser. 19 1. A talk. 

© Tamara Lesser; 26jul66; CI8736. 
IN BY AN ERROR, a one -act situation 

comedy by John Ghent. 56 1. 4 scenes. 

NM: additions. © John Ghent; 4Aug66; 

DU66541. 

IN DAILY FEAR, an historical drama in 
two acts by Paul Olinkiewicz & 
others. 1 v. The story of the 
Brookhaven Intelligence Network of 
of the Revolutionary War. © Paul 
Olinkiewicz, Frank Seibert & James 
Colaneri; SAugbo; DU66521. 

IN HIS STEPS, a full length play drama- 
tized by Anne Coulter Martens. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 78 p. 

2 acts. From the book by Charles M. 
Sheldon. ©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
210ct66; DP6259. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



IN MEMORIA. Dl UM SIGNORA AJIICA. See 

TEA.TKO. 

IN SOLITARY WITNESS. See 
THE MAN IfflO SAID NO. 

IN THE EVENING WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN, 
a play in three acts by George Sapios. 
1 V. © George Sapios; 25Novb6; 
DU67518. 

IN THREE ZONES J by Wilford Leach. 1 v. 
A play in 5 acts. © Wilford Leach; 
?Nov66; DU67?S3. 

INCIDENT AT VICHY, by Arthur Miller. 
Dramatists Play Service. 54 p. 
Appl . states prev. reg. 23Nov64, 
DUolSC^; prev. pub. Jan. 1965, 
DP573I. © Arthur Miller j 28Jun66; 
DP6099 . 

INCONSTANT SAINT, a play by Helen 
Rathje. 1 v. 3 acts. Based on 
the life of Leo Tolstoy. © Helen 
Rathje; l8jul66; DU66235 . 

L'INCORONAZIONE SL POPPEA. (The Coro- 
nation of Poppea) Opera in two acts 
by Claudlo Monteverdi; realized by 
RajTuond L^ppard; libretto by Francesco 
Busenello; English translation by 
Humphrey Procter-Gregg; vocal score by 
Courtney Kenny. London, Faber Music. 
209 p. NM: realization from original 
thoroughbass & English text. © Faber 
Music, Ltd.; 9JunS6; DPO-HtTo. 

INDIRA GANDHI'S DARING DEVICE, a plaj^ by 
Ronald Tavel. 15 1. © Ronald Tavel; 
22Jul66; DUdc5T4. 

INDn^IDUAL RESPONSIBILITY. See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT. 6 1. Filmstrip 
script. © Olin Mathieson Chemical 
Corp.; 23Nov66: CI903" . 
THE INFANTRY; in three acts by Andy 
& Dave Lewis (Andrew K. Lewis & 
David E. Lewis) 1 v. A play. 
© Andrew K. Lewis; 12Aug66; DU66606. 

AN INFINITE DEAL OF NOTHING, by Mary 
Fournier Bill. 29 1. A play. 
© Marj^ Fournier Bill (Mrs. Charles); 
8Aus66; DU66649. 

INGRID. See 

TRILOGY OF TOT.ALITARIANISM. 

THE INNER GALAXY: A PRELUDE TO SPACE, 

by L-oren C. Elseley. 19 1. © Loren 

C. Elseley; 270ct66: CI9OOO. 
INNOCENCE PRESER\rED. See 

THE SEDUCTION. 
THE INNOCENT. See 

CHURCH PLAYS AJJD HOW TO SZ\GE THEM. 
THE IN5',n:RY. See 

THREE FIAYS. 
THE INSPECTOR GENERAL, by Nikolai Gogol, 

translated by Dan Rowe (Donald D. 

Howe, Jr.) 1 v. A play in 5 acts. 

© Dan Rowe; 50ct66; bu66834.' 

INSTAJJiT FATHER, a comedy in three acts 
by Roland Wolcert. 1 v. © Roland 
Wolpert: 15Aug66; DU66575. 
INTEGRATED CO>&L'U{DER, by Jesse J. 
Johnson. 11 1. A play in 1 act. 
© Jesse J. Johnson; 7Sep66; DU66774 . 
INTERL-UDE ISIAND, by John Pagano. 7^ 1. 
A Dlay in 11 scenes. © John Pagano; 
SAug66; DU665I5. 

INTERN.WIONAL INCIDENT. See 
THE RO>L«iTIC. 

THE INTER\T:EW, by N. S. Robbing. ^tO 1. 
A play. © N. S. Robbins; 29Nov&6; 

DU67565 . 

INTER\n:EW METHODS & MiNNERS, by Eiigene 
Joseph C-eary, Jr. 5 1. ,5 Eugene 
Joseph Geary, Jr.; ISAugco; ClS73l. 
INTSRVIS'.C WITH GARY ALLEN AND KSJj 
GRANGER ON THE DELANO STRIKES. See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 

INTSRVIE,',' WITH GARY ALLEN AND KEN 
GRANGER ON THE DSLANC STRIKES. 



INTERVIEWING GARY ALLEN AND KEN 
GRANGER. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: INTER- 
VIEWING GARY ALLEN AND KEN GRANGER. 

INTERVIBifING LOLA BELLE HOLMES. See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: INTER- 
VIEWING LOLA BELLE HOLMES. 
INTRODUCING THE RHYTHM INSTRUMENTS, 
by Lois Raebeck. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Lois Raebeck; 510ct66; 
CI9022. 

INTRODUCTORY SALES TALK GX\rEN BY 
W. CLEMENT STONE FOR THE COMBINED 
REGISTRY COMPANY. 5 1. © Combined 
Insxirance Co. of America; 280ct66: 
CIS956. 
THE INVESTIGATION; oratorio in 11 
cantos by Peter Weiss, English 
acting version by Alexander Gross. 
139 1. Aopl. states prev. reg. 
17Nov65, bu6it'*-79. NM: editorial 
revision. © Alexander Gross; 
20Ju1d6; DU66256. 

INVESTIGATION IN GLOCKEN, an original 
musical play by Agnes Branch Pearlman. 
121 1. Book & lyrics only. © Agnes 
Branch Pearlman; 9May56; DP6142. 

IN\T:TATI0N, a play in three acts by 

Rossiter Croft, pseud, of Hope 3. 

Harlan. IO5 1. © Hope B. Harlan; 

15Aug66; DU66578. 
IN\'ITATI0N to A COFFIN, an original 

story written & adapted for television 

bv Vera Ratchford. 3'+ 1- ® Vera 

Ratchford; 19Dec66; DU67't72. 
IN\T:TATI0N to the voyage, a play in 

three acts by Margaret Lamb. 110 1. 

© Margaret Lamb; 13Sep66; DU66818. 

IN\'OLUTION, a one act play by Stuart 
Margolin. Final draft. -Apr. 6, 1965 • 
31 1. Adapted to the screen. 
© Stuart Margolin; 7Nov66; DU67210. 
IS THERE A C-OD? A Christian Science 
lecture by Ralph W. Cessna. 30 1. 
© Ralph W. Cessna; 27Jul66; C18697. 

IS THIS TRIP N'ECESSARY? A screenplay 
by Peter Sawyer S.- Paul Gallagher. 
I'v. © Peter Sai'Tj'er i Paul Gallagher; 
250ct66; DU670Q2. 

IS TO BE Y'OUNG, a musical comedy; bock S.- 
lyrics by David L. Lleberman, com- 
posed by Richard Manners. II8 1. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Da^^id 
L. Lieberman & Richard Manners; 
7Nov66; DU67I29. 

THE ISOIATIONISTS, a play in three 
acts by Elliott Baker. 1 v. 
® Elliott Baker; 100ct66; DU66979. 

IT AIN'T SANITARILY SO, by William P. 
Grant, k 1. Monolog. ©William P. 
Grant; 30ct66; C1S873. 

IT CAN'T KAFFEN HERE. See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY. 

IT IS FUN TO DO WHEN YOU USE SAKRETE 
CONCRETE MIX, by Paul Willis 1- Indie 
Jo Dellaripa. Sheet. Taped record- 
ing script for radio commercial. 
e Sakrete, Inc.; l8Jul65; CI8705. 

IT NE^'ER WAS YOU, a new play by Peggy 
Phillips. 1 V. 2 aces. © Peggy 
Phillips; oJuloc; DUoolSif-. 

L'lTALI-ANA IN ALGERI, comic opera in 
two acts; music bj- Gioacchino 
Rossini, libretto by Angelo Anelli, 
English version by Ruth & Thomas 
Martin. New York, G. Schirmer. 
26 p. (G. Schirmer 's collection of 
opera librettos, Ed. 2d77) Text in 
English & Italian. © G. Schirmer, 
Inc.: 170ot6D: DFDI89. 

IT'S A BIRD, IT'S A PLANE, IT'S SUPER- 
HAN, the new musical comedy. Music 
by Charles Strouse, lyrics by L-ee 
Adams, book by David Newman ^- Robert 
Benton. Final playing version. 
1 V. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Robert Benton i- David Newr.an; 
200ct66; DU67049. 



IT'S A FREE COUNTRY, a comedy by Monica 
E. Porter. 159 1. 3 acts. ©Monica 
E. Porter; lAug66; DU664c7. 

IT'S CHRISTMAS, a Christmas program by 
E. Flo Collitt. Winona Lake, ^nd., 
Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. I6 p . With 
music. © Rodeheaver Co.; 9Jun66: 
DP6138. 

IT'S CHRISTMAS, MISTER SCROOGE] Book, 
music & lyrics by Mount-Burke. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Based on A Christmas carol, by Charles 
Dickens. © William Mount-Burke; 
5Nov66; DU67I25. 

IT'S EASY TO WIN, a one act play by 
Clyde Heinonen. Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldridge Pub. Co. 20 p. (Eldrldge 
popular one-act playscripts) ©El- 
dridge Pub. Co.; 13Sep66; DP6238. 

IT'S QUIET HERE TONIGHT, a sad comedy 
newly written by Bernard W. Sznycer. 
1 V. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as No-man's land. NM: additions 
& revision. © Bernard W. Sznycer; 
3ON0V66; DU674114. 

IVY'S LEAGUE, a new one-half hour 
television series created by DeeAnn 
Walters (Dolores Ann Walters) 49 1. 
© Dolores Ann Walters; 110ct56; 
DU67I57. 



J 



J & J SOFT PRETZELS, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. Sheet. Radio script. © Cox 
i- Tan7 Advertising Agency; I3JUI66; 
CI8689 . 

J. EDGAR HOOVER. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
J. EDGAR HOOVER. 

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, by Crane John- 
son. San Francisco, Theatre Press. 
38 p. A play in 5 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. lApr53, DU33622. NM: re- 
vision. © Crane Johnson; 10ct55; 
DP6180. 

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, by Linda Albert 
& Susan Gottlieb: Frank Metis, author 
of music. 1 V. © PPX Publishing, 
a division of PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 
200ct66; DU67178. 

JACK POT BINC-0. (Seven '.%-ays to win) 
By Sidney ?. Franklin. '4 1. 
© Sidney F. Franklin; 28SepD6; 
CI8927 . 

JACOB'S DREAJf; or, A cure for the long 
night. A comedy in two acts by 
Sherman Yellen. 104 1. ® Sherman 
Yell en; 51Aug66; DU66795 . 

JA>IES DON, a radio play in four parts. 
Bor.ald Novey, ^asic plot; Ronald 
Fannatoni, dialogue; William Novey, 
continuity. 7 1. ® William E. Novey 
i- Ronald Pannatoni; 210ct66; DU67075 • 

JAMES WALKER, a long tragedy in four 
acts by John K. Fitzpatrick. 431 1. 
© John K. Fitzpatrick; 23Dec66; 
DU67509. 

JAN AND PETER, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Vitauts 
Volts. 29 1. © Vitauts Volts; 
270c t66; DU67III. 

JENKINTOWN DODGE, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. Sheet. Radio script. © Cox 
& Tanz Advercising Agency; 13Jul66; 
CI8688. 

JENNY KISSED MS, a play in three acts 
by Fanny Heaslip Lea. 1 v. © Anne 
Stryker; 9Aug66l DUd6526. 

JEFLAMIAH AND THE GERMS, a one act, one 
scene clay on health education by 
Barbara Meade Piegari. Ic 1, 
Book & lyrics only". © Barbara Meade 
Piegari; 2S3ep66: DU66795- 



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JEREMIAH, a play in three acts by 
Norman Habel & Steve Wolfe (Stephen 
Wolfe) 56 1. © Stephen Wolfe & 
Norman C. Habel j 25Jul66; DU6620I. 

JESSE; or. The rejection. An opera in 
three acts by William S. Fischer. 
85 p. ©William S. Fischer; 29Aug66; 
DU66688. 

JOAN DARK, a new play based on the life 
of Joan of Arc in a modern setting 
by Sidney Porcelain & John Carlis, 
in association with Jack Walter, pseud, 
of Jack Walter Jordan. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Sidney Porcelain, John Carlis, & 
Jack Walter Jordan; 24Aug66; DU66658. 



JOAOTE BARLEYCORN PARMENTER. 
F TROOP: JOANNE BARLEYCORN 
PARMENTER. 



See 



THE JOB, by Vic Zink (Victor M. Zlnk) 
20 1. A serious play in two scenes. 
© Victor M. Zink; 22Aug66; DU66630. 

JOEY, COME HOME; or. Red roses for my 
grave. A play in one act by Donald 
Tobey. 41 1. © Donald R. Tobey; 
15Jul66; DU66363. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: BUILD 
ME A SON, LORD. Commentator: 
Thomas J. Anderson. 5 !• Recording 
script. © John Birch Society; 
29Nov66; CI9032, 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: FREEDOM 
AND MORALITY. Commentator: Thomas J. 
Anderson. 5 1. Recording script. 
© John Birch Society; 25Jul66; 
CI8724 . 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: GET 
YOUR HEART FIXED TO GIVE. Commen- 
tator: Thomas J. Anderson. 5 1, 
Recording script. © John Birch 
Society; 20Dec66; C19094 . 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: GIVE US 
THE TRUTH. Commentator: Reed A. Ben- 
son. 6 1. Recording script. © John 
Birch Society; 15Aug66; C18764 . 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT; HATE 

GROUPS. Commentator: Thomas J. Ander- 
son. 5 1. Recording script. 
© John Birch Society; 19Sep66; 
CI883I. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: HISTORI- 
CAL BACKGROUND OF VIETNAM. Commenta- 
tor: Hilaire du Berrier. 6 1. 
Recording script. © John Birch 
Society; 19Sep66; CI8832. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: INDIVID- 
UAL RESPONSIBILITY. Commentator: 
Robert D. Love. 5 1. Recording 
script. © John Birch Society; 
27Jun66; CI8661. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: INTER- 
VIEW WITH GARY ALLEN AND KEN GRAMGER 
ON THE DELANO STRIKES. Commentator: 
John H. Rousselot. 5 1. Recording 
script. © John Birch Society; 
27Jun66; CI8662. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: INTER- 
VIEWING GARY ALLEN AND KEN GRANGER. 
Commentator: John H. Rousselot. 5 1- 
Recording script. © John Birch 
Society; 15Aug66; CI8763. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: INTER- 
VIEWING LOLA BELLE HOLMES. Commen- 
tator: John H. Rousselot. 4 1. 
Recording script. © John Birch So- 
ciety; 15Aug66; C18765. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: INTER- 
VIEWING LOLA BELLE HOLMES. Commen- 
tator: John H. Rousselot. 6 1. 
Recording script. © John Birch So- 
ciety; 15Aug66; C 187 66. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY: IT CAN'T HAPPEN 
HERE. Commentator: Thomas J. Ander- 
son. 6 1. Recording script. 
© John Birch Society; 19Sep66; 
CI8834 . 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: J. EDGAR 
HOOVER. Commentator: Reed A. Benson. 
6 1. Recording script. © John 
Birch Society; 29Nov66; CI9030. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: "AJOR 
PEDRO DIAZ LANZ INTERVIEW NO.l. 
Commentator: John H. Rousselot. 
5 1. Recording script. © John 
Birch Society; I40ct66; CI8891. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: MAJOR 

PEDRO DIAZ LANZ INTERVIEW HO. 2. 

Commentator: John H. Rousselot. 

6 1. Recording script. © John 

Birch Society; 29Nov66; CI9033. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: MORALITY. 
Commentator: Thomas J. Anderson. 
5 1. Recording script. © John Birch 
Society; 20Jul66; CI87I5. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: MURDER, 
INC. Commentator: G. Edward Griffin. 

5 1. Recording script. © John 
Birch Society; I40ct66; CI8892. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: NO WIN 
IN VIET NAM. Commentator: G. Edward 
Griffin. 6 1. Recording script. 
© John Birch Society; 25Jul66; 
CI8726. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: REPORT 
FROM EUROPE. Commentator: Hilaire 
Du Berrier. 5 1. Recording script. 
© John Birch Society; 20Dec66; 
CI9095. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: REPORT- 
ING FROM EUROPE. Commentator: 
Hilaire du Berrier. 6 1. Recording 
script. © John Birch Society; 
29Nov66; CI903I. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: STEP BY 
STEP. Commentator: Robert Welch. 

6 1. Recording script. © John 
Birch Society; 20Dec66; CI9092. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. Commentator: 
Samuel L. Blumenfeld. 5 1. © John 
Birch Society; 20Jul66; CI87I6. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE JOHN 
BIRCH SOCIETY. Commentator: Robert 
Welch. 5 1. Recording script. 
© John Birch Society; 25Jul66; 
CI8727 . 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE JOHN 
BIRCH SOCIETY. Commentator: Robert 
Welch. 6 1. Recording script. 
© John Birch Society; l40ct66; 
CI8893. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
PRESENT SITUATION IN VIETNAM. 
Commentator: Hilaire du Berrier. 
5 1. Recording script. © John 
Birch Society; I40ct66; CI8894 . 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: U. N. 
BABY CARRIAGE. Commentator: G. Ed- 
ward Griffin. 6 1. Recording 
script. © John Birch Society; 
20Dec66; CI9095. 

THE JOHN BTRCH SOCIETY REPORT: U. S. 
SUPREME COURT. Commentator: 
G. Edward Griffin. 8 1. Recording 
script. © John Birch Society; 
19Sep66; CI8835. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: WHAT 
AMERICANS CAN DO. Commentator: 
Robert D. Love. 6 1. Recording 
script. © John Birch Society; 
25Jul66; CI8725. 
JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY. 
JOHKNY CAR SING TOO: VOLUME 1, a record 
script by Lois Raebeck. 20 1. 
© Lois Raebeck; 30ct66; C19002.. 
JOHNNY CAN SING TOO: VOLUME II, a record 
script by Lois Raebeck. 21 1. 
© Lois Raebeck; 30ct66; CI9OO3. 
JOHNNY CAN SING TOO: V0LU11E III, a 

record script by Lois Raebeck. 23 1. 
© Lois Raebeck; 30ct66; C19004. 



JOHNNY MELODY; musical comedy, ? acts, 
by Ken Bennett. Gladewater, Tex., 
Ken Bennett Music Publishers. 
60 p. Piano score. ® Ken Bennett 
Music Publishers; 30Aug66; DP6?11. 

JOHNNY N0-THUI1P, a play in two acts by 
Mary Mercler. 60 1. © Mary Mercler; 
23Sep66; DU66833. 

JOKER. See 

SHORT HOP TO OHIO. 

JOLLY CHARLIE, BUYER OF SOULS; three 
acts by Tana Meyer, pseud, of Leona 
Chisholra Edinger. 88 1. A play. 
© Tana Meyer; 30Aug66; DU66798. 

JONAS; or. La folle esperance. Piece 
en deux parties et hult Journees de 
Georges Altaum, pseud, de Richard Gay. 
205 1. © Georges Altaum; 250ct66; 
DU67O7I. 

JOSE; spoken recitation by Lee Hazle- 
wood. 2 1. ® Criterion Music Corp.; 
22Aug66; C]8742. 

JOSE THE JEWISH ASTRONAUT, by Bill 
Dana, pseud, of William Szathmary. 
6 1. Duolog. ©Bill Dana Pub. Co.; 
29JUI66; CI8746. 

JOSEPH, a play by Leon Forem. 100 1. 
2 acts. Text in Hebrew & English. 
Book & lyrics only. Lyrics from 
folk sources. © Leon Forem; 
l6Sep66; DU66727. 

THE JOURNEY, a two-part reading being 
a psychological adventure of the 
soul, by Eleanore Sellars. 16 1. 
A dramatic adaptation of a narrative 
poem. © Eleanore Sellars; 15Aug66; 
DP6168. 

THE JOURNEY OF SAKURA, by Carol White 
Aycock. 1 V. A play In 2 acts. 
© Carol White Aycock; 14Sep66; 
DU66900. 

JOURNEY TO JUDGMENT. See 

CHURCH PLAYS AND HOW TO STAGE THEM, 

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN, by Shirley 
Tharp. 32 1. A teleplay in 4 acts. 
© Shirley Tharp; 31Aug66; DU66696. 

JOYA, a play by Deborah W. Berman. 

73 1. © Deborah W. Berman; 120ct66; 

DU66991. 
JUDAS; tragedy by Andra Csaky, pseud, of 

Elfie Karner Stock. 43 1. 3 acts. 

© Andra Csaky; 7Sep66; DU66911. 

JUDITH, by Sterling Kelly Webb. 74 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Sterling Kelly 
Webb; 130ct66; DU67OOO. 

THE JUKE BOX EXEMPTION, a lecture by 
Albert S. Schwartz. 36 1. © Albert 
S. Schwartz; l8jul66; CI87I3. 

JULIE, an original screen drama by 
Belle Rosow. 149. © Belle Rosow; 
I8JUI66; DU66328. 

JULIUS CAESAR; edited & fully annotated 
by Edmund Fuller. New York, Dell 
Pub. Co. 271 p. (Laurel Leaf 
Library. Invitation to Shakespeare, 
4094) 5 acts. NM: introd. & notes. 
© Edmund Fuller; 200ct66; A874888. 
JUNO AND THE TEAPOT, the saga of a 
modem treasure hunt. A comedy by 
Harry Gondell. 124 1. First draft 
screenplay. NM: script expanded & 
additions. © Harry Gondell; 25Aug66; 
DU66757. 

JUST NEXT DOOR, a play by Gary Sander- 
son. 93 1. 2 acts. © Gary Sander- 
son; 19Sep66; DU66858. 

JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED, by 
Judith Ann Goodman. 97 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Judith Ann Goodman; 
31Aug66; DU66697. 

JUST YOU WAIT, SHIRLEY 1-IANNING, Dy 
Richard Kortes. 6? 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Richard F. Kortes; 
3Nov66; DU67292. 



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JUVENILE: U. S, A., an original story 
written & adapted for television by- 
Robert J. Bolden. 31 1. © Robert 
J. Bolden; 29Jul66; DU66435. 



K 



KABUKI PLAYS; adapted by James R. 
Brandon & Tamako Niwa. Kanjincho; 
The Zen substitute. New York, 
S. French. 86 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 28jun66; DP6l47. 

KANGAROO, a television play in five 
parts by Frederick H. Stein. 100 1. 
© Frederick H. Stein; 13Sep66; DU66819. 

KANJINCHO. See 
KABUKI PLAYS. 



KATHIE COMES HOME. 
BIG CHARLIE. 



See 



See 



KEEP YOUR FINGER IN THE HOLE 
LOOK AT THE LEECHES 1 

KEEPER OF THE BLUE FEATHER, a fantasy 
screenplay by Robinson Stockham 
(Linda Juanlta Stockham) I16 1. 
© Linda Juanlta Stockham; 5Aue66 ; 
DU665OI. 

THE KEEPERS; story & screenplay by 
Hugh A. Thompson. I91 1. © Hugh A. 
Thompson; 8jul66; DU66224 . 
KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES, by Stanley 
Babson Pleninger & Jane FitzRandolph. 
15 1. Commercial script. © I. T. I., 
Arizona; 15Aug66; CI8702. 
KEMAL, a play In three acts by Rolf 
Llum. [Zurich] 173 P- © Rolf 
Llum; lFeb66; AI-10237. 

KEY TO EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION, by 
Leo Cherne. 20 1. (The Art of 
listening) Recording script. 
© Research Institute of America, Inc.; 
110ct66; CI8930. 

KEY TO THE MYSTERY OF CREATION. See 
A CHAVE DO MISTERIO DA CRIACAO. 

KICKS, a play in three acts by William 
Horine. 1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
23Feb65, DU62236. NM: additions & 
revisions. © William W, Horine; 
22Sep66; DU66872. 

KIDNAPPED. See 

THE SILVER BUTTON. 

KING MIDAS, an entertainment for danc- 
ing by John David Lamb. Ill 1. 
The story of King Midas and the 
asses' ears. © John David Lamb; 
12Aug66; DU66559. 

THE KING OF THE GOLDEN RIVER, a new 
adaptation by Tim Kelly. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Based on a story 
by John Ruskin. © Tim Kelly; 
6Sep66; DU66827. 

KINGSTON HOMES, by Lennox Industries. 

3 1. Recording script. © Lennox 

Industries, Inc.; 28nov66; CI8980. 
KITTEN SITTIN', a play by Mildred Dumas. 

15 1. ©Mildred Dumas; 5Jul66; 

DU66188. 

DAS KLEINE MAHAGONNY; ein Songspiel von 
Bertolt" Brecht , pseud, of Eugen 
Berthold Frledrlch, in der Buhnon 
fassung des Berliner Ensembles. 
25 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Stefan S. Brecht; 22Nov66; DU6726O. 

THE KNOCK, a one act play by Richard 
Jones. 50 1. © Richard Jones; 
lNov66; DU67144. 

KONIG. See 

GALANTE KOMODIE. 

DIE KRAFTVOLLE THEOLOGIE DES WISSEN- 
SCHAFTLICHEN CHRISTENTUMS . (The 
dynamic theology of scientific 
Christianity) Ein Vortrag uber die 
Ghrlstliche Wissenschaft von Howard 
H. Irwin. 28 1. © Howard H. Irwin; 
18Nov66; CI8969. 



KRISTEN VIDENSKAP: RELIGION FOR EN 
VIDENSKAPELIG TIDSALDER. (Christian 
Science: religion for a scientific 
age) Av Gordon F. Campbell. 18 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l80ct66. 
NM: Norwegian translation. © Gordon 
F. Campbell) 21Nov66; CI9OII. 



L.S.D. THE EVIL JOURNEY, by Jack De 
Witt. 112 1. A screenplay. © Jack 
De Witt; lDec66; DU67436. 

THE LADIES' GAME. (Le astujle femmin- 
111) Or, How to get your way with men 
without them finding out. Comic opera 
in two acts by Domenlco Clmarosa & 
Giuseppe Palombaj English adaptation 
by Anna Russell. 62 1. Libretto. 
© Anna Russell; 8Nov66; DUb7128. 

lADIES IN WAITING, by Peter DeAnda. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Peter 
DeAnda; 8Nov66; DU67213. 

LADY AUDLEY'S SECRET; adapted by 

Douglas Seale from the novel by Mary 
Elizabeth Braddon, music by George 
Goehrlng, lyrics by John Kuntz. 1 v. 
A musical play In 2 acts. Book only. 
© Douglas Seale; 4Jan67; DU67437. 

LADY OF MEANS, a new comedy by Jean 
Flynn (Jean Flynn Reynolds) & 
Anthony Osnato. 82 1. 2 acts. 
© Anthony Osnato & Jean Flynn Rey- 
nolds; 7Nov66; DU67209. 

LADY ON THE ROCKS, by Elizabeth Blake; 
with a specially written discussion 
guide by Mrs. Marty Mann. New York, 
National Council on Alcoholism. 
31 p. (Plays for living) © Eliza- 
beth Blake; 30ct66; DP6?l8. 

LADY OR THE TIGER. See 

COME BACK, GO AWAY, I LOVE YOU! 

LADY REMAYED, a fantasy-comedy in three 
acts by Louise Heck (Louise Heck 
Naughton) 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Change of life, 7Feb56, 
DU41739. NM: text shortened. 
© Louise Naughton; 12Sep66; DU66809. 

THE LADY, THE LASS, AND THE LION OF 
LONDON, by Ruth Angell Purkey. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Ruth Angell 
Purkey; 25Nov66; DU6732O. 

THE LADY WITH THE DOG, a play in three 
acts by Guerdon Trueblood. l4l 1. 
Adapted from the short story of 
Anton Tchekov. © Guerdon Trueblood; 
28Nov66; DU67297. 
LAMP AT MIDNIGHT, by Barrle Stavis; 
Introd. by Tyrone Guthrie. New York, 
Bantam Books. IO3 p. (Bantam path- 
finder editions, FP155) 3 acts. 
© on introd.; Bantam Books, Inc.; 
28Mar66; A848978. 

LAMP AT MIDNIGHT, by Barrle Stavis. 
New York, Bantam Books. 103 p. 
(Bantam pathfinder editions, FP155) 

3 acts. Includes music for 2 songs. 
NM: revision. © Barrle Stavis; 
28Mar66; DP6183. 

THE LAND IS OUR BELOVED, a play in 

4 scenes and epilogue by Gabrlelle 
Auspitz & Hans Walter Wenkaert. 
51. © Gabrlelle Auspitz & Hans 
Walter Wenkaert; 10Nov66; DU67236. 

THE LAND OF OLE P., by M. Christian 
Loken. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© M. Christian Loken; l6Aug66; 
DU66592. 

THE LAND OF THE SINGING SKY, by James 
E. Thayer. 1 v. A musical play. 
© James E. Thayer; 19Dec66; DU67476. 

THE LAND OF THE WIZARD WITCH, by 
Hazelle H. Rollins. 2 p. 2 acts. 
© Hazelle, Inc.; lSep65; DP6II8. 

LANDLADY, a drama in one act by Richard 
W. Harris. 38 1. © Richard W. 
Harris; 16Nov66; DU67328. 



THE LAST CHANCE, by Clement Toca 8e 

Norman Duffy. 2 v. A play in 4 acts. 
With music. © Clement Toca & Norman 
Duffy; 15Aug66; DU66573. 

THE LAST DAYS OF THE FUHRER. (Die 
letzton Tage der Reichskanzlel) By 
Eckart Peterich. English version by 
Alexander Gross. I50 1. A play in 
5 acts. © Alexander Gross; 2Dec66; 
DU67262. 
THE LAST FRONTIER, a one act play by 
Herbert W. Gestl. 33 !• © Herbert 
W. Gestl; 9Aug66; DU66598. 
THE LAST LEAF, by 0. Henry; adapted as 

a one -act play by Robert Brome. 

Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 

21 p. (Eldridge popular one-act 

playscrlpts) © Robert Brome; lSep66; 

DP6242. 

THE LAST LESSON, by Marc Wyler, pseud, 
of Michael Felth. l64 1. A screen- 
play in 4 acts. Character named 
Hawk created by Allan Sloane. 
© Michael Felth; 6Sep66; DU66567. 

THE LAST SUPPER, by Carl Perkins. 
Sheet. © Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.; 
I40ct66; CI8878. 
LAS VEGAS FOUR THOUSAND; or. Las Vegas 
4000. By McKayla K. Morgan, pseud, 
of Gloria C. Baslle. 274 1. A 
screenplay. © McKayla K. Morgan; 
l8jul66; DU66334. 

THE LAUNCHING OF ASTRONAUT BROWN, a 
spectacle In one act by Richard Cook. 
47 1. © Richard Cook; l4Jul66; 
DU66299 . 

THE LAUNDROMAT; an original play to 
be performed without pause or Inter- 
mission by Roger N. Cornish. 79 1. 
© Roger N. Cornish; 310ct66; DU67140. 
THE LAVENDER HOUSE, a comedy In two 
acts by Shar Depew Livsey (Charlene 
Depew Livsey) 67 1. © Charlene 
Depew Livsey; 50ct66; DU67042. 

LAZARUS, a play in three acts by Patri- 
cia S. Staten. 48 1. © Patricia S. 
Staten; 12Sep66; DU66812. 

LAZY BONES HO, by Oscar Simon. 89 1. 
A play in 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 28Sep65, DU54000. NM: revision 
& addition. © Oscar Simon; 29Nov66; 
DU67361. 

LEADER OF THE NATION, spoken verses by 
Elliott Dorlty. Sheet. © Elliot 
Dority; 17Aug66; CI8788. 

LEAGUE SHOOTING. 4 1. Fllmstrip 
script. © Olln Mathieson Chemical 
Corp.; 23Wov66; CI9036. 

LEARN TO PLAY CHESS THE EASY WAY, by 
Rostrum Records. 1 v. A recording 
script for 2 sides of a record. 
© Rostrum Records, Inc.; 23Nov66; 
CI9OI5. 

THE LEARNED WOMEN. (Les femmes savantes) 
By Moli^re, pseud, of Jean Baptiste 
Poquelin. An acting version, by 
Sala Staw. 1 v. A play in 4 acts. 
From a 19th century English transla- 
tion by C. H. Wall. © Sala Staw; 
28Nov66; DU67225. 
THE LEAST OF MY BRETHREN, by Gilbert 
R. Peters, Jr. 44 1. A 60 minute 
teleplay. © Gilbert Richard Peters, 
Jr.; 250ct66; DU67195. 

LECTURES ON HARVEST THE MOON; or. Vast 
are the Moon's riches. By Robert 
Walker. 504 1. 37 lectures. 
© Robert Walker; igjul66; C18748. 

THE LEFT-HANDED SUBMARINE, by Carson 
Davidson. 163 1. A screenplay. 
© Carson Davidson; lNov66; DU57142. 

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW. Book & 
lyrics by Jerry Douglas; music by 
Don McAfee. 1 v. A play in 5 
scenes. © Jerry Douglas & Don 
McAfee; l8jul66; DU66327 . 



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THE LEGEND OF THE BIG KAHUNA. 21 1. 
Radio script. © Drake-Chenault Enter- 
prises, Inc.; 15Aug66; CI8785. 

THE LEGEND OF THE JAMES BROTHERS, a 
play in one act by Alan Marlis. 
1 V. Book & lyrics only. © Alan 
Philip Marlis; 22Jul66; DU66198. 

LEOPARD IN THE FIG TREE; three act play 
by Frances Goesllng. 1 v. © Frances 
Goesling; l8jul66; DU66163. 

THE LEPRECHAUN, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by 
Kathryn Guy. 30 1. © Kathryn Guy; 
15Aug66; DU66581. 

LET A HUNDRED FLOWERS BLOOM, a play 
written for Oriental theatre tech^ 
niques by Donald Dominic Dong. 73 1. 
© Donald D. Dong; l6Aug66; DU6658d. 

LET HER GO, GALLAGHER. See 
THE WIDOW MAKERS. 

LET US SING AND ACT TOGETHER, by Lois 
Raebeck. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Lois Raebeck; 510ct66; 019021. 

LET'S GET divorced; By Bruce Stuart, 
pseud, of Stewart H. Benedict. 
1 V. A play in 3 scenes. Adapted 
from the French of Victorlen Sardou. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1954. NM: 
"editorial revision." © Stewart H. 
Benedict; 22Jul66; DU66380. 

LET'S HAVE SEX, a comedy by Sam English. 
18 1. © Sam English; 26Aug66; CI879I. 

LET'S MAKE A CAROL, a play with music 
for children; story & libretto by 
James Reaney, music by Alfred Kunz. 
Waterloo, Onl . , Waterloo Music 
Co. 15 p. © Waterloo Music Co., 
Ltd.; I40ct65; DPI85I. 

LET'S MAKE BELIEVE. 1 v. 5 plays. 
© J P Productions, Ltd.; 29Jul66; 
DU66652 . 

LET'S PAINT THE TOWN, a translation 
from the German play Elnen Jux will 
er slch maohen of Johann Nestroy, by 
Stewart H. Benedict. Songs trans- 
lated by Maria S. Host. Book & 
lyrics only. © Stewart H. Benedict 
& Maria S. Rost; 10Aug66; DU66317. 

LET'S PLAY HOSPITAL, by Ruth & Jack 
Silin. 3 1. (Children's classic 
series) Recording script. © Listen & 
Learn Record Co.; 240ct66; CI89OI. 

lET'S TALK ABOUT SAKRETE CEMENT MIXES, 
by Paul Willis & Indie Jo Dellarlpa. 
Sheet. Taped recording script for 
radio commercial. © Sakrete, Inc.; 
I8jul66; CI8701. 

THE LETTER. See 
GREAT MELODRAMAS. 

THE LETTER, DEAR JOHN. (La lettre, 
Cher Jean) Une fabliau moderne 
ecrlte par Dion O'Hartnett, pseud, 
of Richard P. Hartnett. 55 1. 
© Richard P. Hartnett, June Denise 
Steele, & Sean Padraic Steele; 
l4Sep66; DU66647. 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OP 
HIS ^TUT^'TOS IK CHICAGO, SEPTEMBER 
1ST, 1910, by Bicknell Young. 18 1. 
© Hilgard B. Young; Uug66; C18744 . 

LETTER TO BE READ AT THE MEETING OF 
HIS STUDENTS IN LONDON, SEPTEMBER 3, 
1915, by Bicknell Young. 32 1. 
© Hilgard B. Young; 5Aug66; C18752. 

THE LETTERS OF A LIVING DEAD MAN, VOL. 
1, by David Patterson Hatch; adapted 
for radio by Riley Hansard Crabb. 
95 1. 13 radio plays. © Riley Han- 
sard Crabb; 28Apr66; DP613I. 

LETTRE, CHER JEAN. See 

THE LETTER, DEAR JOHN. 
LETZTON TAGE DER REICHSKANZKEI. See 

THE LAST DAYS OF THE FUHRER. 



LEWIS TAYLOR, ESQ., by N. S. Robbins. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © N. S. 
Robbins; 240ct66; DU67086. 

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF KING JOHN, by 
William Shakespeare. Edited by 
George Lyman Kittredge; rev. by 
Irving Ribner. Waltham, Mass., 
Blaisdell Pub. Co. 100 p. (The 
Kittredge Shakespeares) 5 acts. 
© Blaisdell Pub. Co., division of 
Ginn & Co.; 5Aug66; A855904. 

LIFE & LETTERS OF LORD CHESTERFIELD. 
See 
A PERFECT GENTLEMAN. 

THE LIFE OF MAX GROSSMAN, by Morris 
Resnick. 42 1. Title & author 
transliterated. Text in Hebrew. 
© Morris Resnick; 30Sep66; DU6692I. 

LIFE ON THE BORDER, a border drama in 
five acts written especially for 
William F. (Buffalo Bill) Cody, 
edited by Paul T. Nolan. Limited €d. 
Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama Service. 
77 p. 5 acts. With lyrics & music. 
NM: foreward & editorial revision. 
© Pioneer Drama Service; 8Feb65; 
DP6II6. 

LIGHT FALL, a play in two acts by 
Henry Adams. 1 v. © Henry Adams; 
12Dec66; DU6743O. 

THE LIGHT TOUCH, a sound motion pic- 
ture produced for General Electric 
Co., Large Lamp Dept. by Wilding. 
Rev. Oct. 11, 1965. 21 1. 46 scenes. 
Script with lyrics to 3 jingles. 
© General Electric Co., Large Lamp 
Dept.; 22Sep66; DU56723. 
UGHTHOUSE ON THE REEF; opera in four 
acts by George Wehner. 97 1. 
© George Wehner; 9Dec66; DU67429. 

LIKE HEART, LIKE MIND, a miniature 
musical for one woman & two men in 
one act by John E. Schroeder & 
Clarence Dixie Davis (Dixie Davis) 
1 V. © Key Productions, Inc.; 
28Nov66; DU67451. 

LILLIE MAE, a play by Lewis Dixon, 

pseud, of Lewis Dixon Weida. 

61 1. 2 acts. © Lewis Dixon Weida; 

8jui66; DU66219. 
THE LINCOLN DOUBLE DIE, by Herman 

Buohman. 82 1. A screenplay. 

© Herman Buohman; 30Nov66; DU67371. 

LISTEN, LISTEN, by Abigail Van Nostrand 
Booraem. 62 1 A screenplay. 
© Abigail Van Nostrand Booraem; 
29Nov66; DU67449. 

LISTEN TO THE BELLS; story k music by 
Ellie Down (Eleanor M. Down) 1 v. 
A musical play. © Eleanor M. Down; 
210ct66; DU67069. 

THE LITTLE CHIMNEY SWEEP; book & lyrics 
By Richard Kelvin, music by Pauline 
Kelvin. 2 v. A play in 3 acts. An 
adaptation of The water babies, by 
Charles Kingsley. © Richard Kelvin 
& Pauline Kelvin; l4Nov66; DU67157- 

A LITTLE CONSCIENCE MONEY, by Leo 
Goldman. 32 1. A screenplay. 
© Leo Goldman; 7Jul66; DU66218. 

LITTLE GIRL'S LETTER TO SANTA CLAUS, 
by Jesse Mitchell. Sheet. © Jesse 
Mitchell; 7Sep66; C18753. 

LITTLE HARD WORK AGES A GENTLEMAN See 

LOUIS AND I. 
THE LITTLE JUGGLER, a miracle play 
with music by Sister Marcella Marie 
Holloway, music by Sister John Jnserh 
Bezdek. Hollywood [Calif.] s. French. 
1 V. © Samuel French, Inc.; lFeb66; 
DP6155. 
THE LITTLE LAME PRINCE, a fairy tale 
in three acts. Music by Janet Gari, 
lyrics by Toby Garson, book adaption 
by Rhoda Green. 1 v. From a fairy 
tale by Dinah Maria Mulock. With 
music. © J=>net Gari, Rhoda Green & 
Toby Garson; 2Sep66; DU665II. 



THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL, an adaptation of 
the Hans Christian Andersen tale by 
S. M. Schlesinger & M. E. Dansioker. 
2 V. With music. © Sarah Marie 
Schlesinger & Michael E. Dansicker; 
31Aug66; DU66802. 

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD, by Linda Albert 
& Susan Gottlieb; Frank M^tis, author 
of music. 1 V. © PPX Publishing, 
a division of PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 
200ct66; DU67179. 
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD; or. The Monkey- 
flower wolf. A fast moving forest 
fantasy in two acts by Kenneth R. 
Eulo. 28 1. © Kenneth R. Eulo; 
15Sep66; DU66824 . 

THE LITTLE SAINT, by Georges Simenon, 
adapted for the stage by Jesse I, 
Feller. 99 1. A play in 2 acts. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Jesse I. 
Feller; 5Jul66; DU66240. 

LITTLE THINGS, a play in one act by 
Dana M. Tremayne (Mark Dana Tremayne) 
20 1. © Dana M. Tremayne; 5Deo66; 
DU67414. 

THE LITTLE TRAIN THAT BUMPED, a new 
children's play by Ray Hamby . 16 1. 
4 scenes. © Ray Hamby; 6Deo66; 
DU67423. 

THE LITTLEST NUN, by Richard Fullmer. 
192 1. A screenplay. Based on an 
idea & characters by Robert A. 
Lothrop. © Richard Fullmer & Robert 
A. Lothrop; llAug66j DU66610. 
LIVE AND WITH COLOR, by Robert I. Bee- 
croft & Martin M. Blatt. 30 1. 
A play in '2 acts. © Martin M. Blatt 
& Robert I. Beecroft; 4Nov66; 
DU67205. 

LIVES OF THE SAINTS, by Peter Fernandez. 
1 V. Recording scripts of 5 plays. 
© Peter Fernandez; 26Jul66; DU664l4. 

THE- LIVIN END, by Marvin Ellin. 4 1. 
A recording script. ©Marvin Ellin; 
280ct66; CI8973. 
LIVING AIR STORY, by Lennox Industries. 
5 1. Recording script. © Lennox 
Industries, Inc.; 28Nov66; CI8985. 

THE LIVING PROMISE, a Christmas drama 
in two scenes by Jane Fader. Kansas 
City, Mo., Lillenas Pub. Co. 16 p. 
© Lillenas Pub Co., a registered trade 
name of the Nazarene Pub. House; 
15May66; DP6153. 

LIZZY STRADA; music by Kenneth T. 
Forziati, words & book by Oscar F. 
Muscariello. 32 1. A musical play 
in 2 acts. © Oscar F. Muscariello 
& Kenneth T. Forziati; 13Dec66; 
DU67458. 

LOIS TRUMBULL; drama in 3 acts and 6 
scenes by A. Macy Bush. 138 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 48494. NM: 
additions. © A. Macy Bush; llAug66; 
DU66552. 

LOLLIPOP, a musical comedy in one act; 
book by Dennis Marks. 1 v. Book 
only. © Dennis Gilbert Marks; 
26JUI66; D'J66415. 

LONDON MODEL FOR DYLAN THOMAS'S UNDER 

MILK WOOD. See 

THE DOCTOR AND THE DEVILS AND OTHER 
SCRIPTS. 
THE LONE RANGER, by E. M. Broner. l4 1. 

A play. © Esther M. Broner; 19Sep66; 

DU6686O . 

LONG RUN'S PIONEER HERITAGE, an 

address prepared for oral delivery 
by Guy C. Shearer. 16 1. © Guy 
Cooper Shearer; 280ct66; CI8906. 

THE LONG WAIT, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Harry V. 
Sikorskl. 31 1. © Harry V. 
Sikorskl; 30Sep66; DU66937. 
THE LONG WAR, by Kevin 0' Morrison. 

1 V. A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 17Sep57, DU45489. NM: 
complete revision & additional text. 
© Kevin 0' Morrison; 29Aug66; DU66782. 



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July-Dec. 



A LONGING LIKE DISPAIR, by Bernard 
Lazar. 133 !• A play in 3 acts. 
© Bernard Lazar; 7Sep66; DU66779. 

LOOK AT THE LEECHES; A first play by 
Edward S. Rubin. 335 1. 'i acts. 
Inspired by but only partially adapt- 
ed from the author's first novel, 
titled. Keep your finger in the hole. 
©Edward S. Rubin; 100ct66; DU66974 . 

LOOK FORWARp TO YESTERDAY, a play by 
Eben Henson. 82 1. 2 acts. Based 
on an idea from a short story by 
Marion Vance. Book & lyrics only. 
© Eben Henson; kNov66; DU67121. 

LOOK ME IN THE EYE, by Fred Rosensweig 
1 V. A play. Book & lyrics only. 
©Fred Rosensweig; 29Dec66; DU67504 . 

THE LORD'S REWARD, a modern parable of 
the Biblical Book of Hosea, by Otis 
Cavrell. 1st draft. 586 1. ' 
A screenplay. © Otis Cavrell; 
9Nov66; DU6723'^. 

THE LOSER, by Stanley Seidman. 1 v. 
A play in 3 scenes. © Stanley 
Seidman; llAug66; DU6655I. 

LOST AND FOUND, an original musical by 
Mel Mendelow (Melvin Mendelow) 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 23Feb66, DU6503I. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Melvin 
Mendelow; 27Sep66; DU66884 . 

THE LOST SOUL, by Virginia Hosklns, 
pseud, of Geraldine Matlock. 10 1. 
A play in 5 scenes. © Geraldine 
Matlock; 5Jul66; DU66191. 

LOTTIE MOON, by Marya Bednerik. r( 1. 
A play. © Marya Bednerik; lAus66: 
DU66456. 

LOUIS AND I; series of TV scripts 

written by Robinson Stockham, pseud, 
of Linda J. Stockham. Episodes 1-2: 
A little hard work ages a gentleman 
& The bus bandits. 1 v. Based on an 
idea created by Eloise Condit. 
© Linda Juanita Stockham & Eloise 
Condit; 70ct66; DUC6968. 

LOVE AND PROMISES, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Frances Guerling, pseud, of 
Margaret Green. 31 1. © Margaret 
Green; 19Dec66; DU67't69. 

LOVE BY THE NUMBERS; screenplay Dy 
Bernard Dilbert. I5I 1. © Bernard 
Dilbert; 30ct66; DU67029. 

LOVE COMES TO MISS KISSINGER, by Ben 
A. Golding. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Adapted from a short story by Win- 
fred Van Atta. © Ben A. Golding; 
6Dec66; DU67259. 

LOVE COMES TO THE CIRCUS. See 

ALEXANDER. 
LO'/E GOES VISITING, See 

LUCIEN, 

LOVE IN A PUBLIC POOL, by Loren Reyher. 
87 1. A play in 3 acts. © Loren 
D. Reyher; 50ct66; DU66959. 

LOVE IN THE FIFTH POSITION, a romantic 
comedy in three acts by Neal Black 
(Robert Neal Black) 1 v. © Robert 
Neal Black; 21Jul66; DU66360. 

LOVE IN THE WOOD. See 

THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF WILLIAM 
WYCHERLEY. 

LOVE IS A BEAUTIFUL THING. See 
LA MORA E UNA BELLA COSA. 

LOVE IS A CHANUKAH BUSH, a comedy-drama 
in three acts by B, R. Hawthorne. 
1 V. © Bonnie Ruth Hawthorne; 15Aug66; 
DU66586 . 

LOVE IS A GAME. See 
THE GAMES OF LOVE. 

LOVE LETTER, by Roslyn Marshall. 

Sheet. © Roslyn Marshall; 19Sep66; 
CI8829. 



LOVE PERPENDICULAR, ART HORIZONTAL, 
a play by Madeline Davidson. 1 v. 
3 acts. Suggested by a story by 
Henry James. © Madeline Davidson; 
llAug66; DU66553- 
LOVE-PLAY, by Alexander Gross, no 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Alexander Gross; 
7Nov66; DU67206. 
LOVE, WON'T YOU RETURN, written by 
Andrew Lebiak. 123 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Andrew Lebiak; 31Aug66; DU66448. 
THE LOVELY ENEMY, a comedy in three acts 
by Wally Marks, pseud, of Walter J, 
Markvart, 1 v. © Wally Marks; 
12Jul66; DU66285. 
LOVERS CHOICE TONIGHT, by Ronald Mlgli- 
onico, 79 1. A play in 3 acts, 
© Ronald Miglionloo; 30ct66; DU66889. 

LOVERS IN THE DARK, a comedy in two acts 
by Fred Lawrence Guiles. 71 1. 
© Fred Lawrence Guiles; 22Aug66; 
DU56631. 

A LOVERS' MEETING, by Wendel Ede, pseud, 
of Wendell Ede Clark. 202 1. A play 
in 5 acts. © Wendel Ede; 17Aug66; 
DU66612 . 

LUCIEN; or, Love goes visiting. An 
entertainment in three movements with 
prologue & epilogue being chapters 
II, III, VI, & VIII of L'amour en 
visites by Alfred Jarry, English 
version & adaptation by George S. 
House. 1 V. © George Stillman 
House; 8sep66; DU67I33. 

LUCKY VS. UNLUCKY, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 

Ethel E. Kuhs. 34 1. © Ethel E. 

Kuhs; 28Ju166; DU66431. 
LUCREZIA, by Jan Megarry (Janell L. 

Megarry) 109 1. A play in 3 acts. 

© Janell L. Megarry; 17Aug66; 

DU66613. - 
LUIGI; comic opera In three acts. 

Libretto & lyrics by Paul Hlghby; 

music by Thomas Holllday. 1 v. 

© Thomas H. Holllday & Paul W. H. 

Hlghby; l4Jul66; DU6629O. 

LULU, by Anastasia Curran, pseud, of 
June Septant. 117 1. A play in 2 
acts. © June Septant; 17Nov66; 
DU67257 . 

LUSTIGEN WEIBER VON WINDSOR. See 
THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. 



M 



M & M DICKENS FUNERAL HOME, a short 
play by Andrea Ross. 20 1, 2 acts. 
© Andrea Ross; 7Sep66; DU6678O, 

MA COFFEY'S, a play in three acts by 
V, M. Watson. IO7 1. © V. M. Watson; 
5Jul66; DU66186. 

MACBIRD, by Barbara Garson. Berkeley, 
Calif., Grassy Krioll Press. 56 p 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
6jan66, DU64738. NM: additions. 
© Barbara Garson; 25Sep66; DP6?l6. 
DE MACHTIGE WEKSTEM. (The great 
awakener) Een lezing over de 
Chrlstelijke Wetenschap door Martin 
N. Heafer. 26 1. © Martin N. 
Heafer; 7Nov66; CI8908. 

MAD, BUT DEFINITELY DESIRABLE, a comedy 
by George B. Francis. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© George B. Francis; 240ct66; 
DU67165. 
MADAM SENATOR, a drama in two acts. 
Book by Edward Boehm & Ken Gray, 
lyrics by Ken Gray. 1 v. Book 
and lyrics only. © Ken Gray & 
Edward Boehm; 2Sep66; DU665IO. 
MME. LE BBUN, a musical play in 3 acts. 
Book, music & lyrics by Jerry Clark 
(Fitzgerald H. Clark); musical arrange- 
ments by Ellie Davis & Jo Ann John- 
son. 1 V. © Fitzgerald H. Clark; 
19Dec66; DU67478. 



MAGGIE UbER ALLES, a comedy in three 
acts by Mary Sprague, 1 v. Text in 
English. © Mary Sprague; 21Sep66; 
DU66871. 

THE MAGIC DRAGON, by Jo Jane Pitt. 
30 1, A play in 10 scenes, © Jo 
Jane Pitt; 24Aug66; DU6676I, 

THE MAGIC OF FIGURES, by Morris Bllllng- 
ton, Jr. (Moe Bllllngton) 26 1. A 
play with music. Book & lyrics only. 
© Miss Oklahoma Pageant Corp.; 
19Jul66; DU66369. 

THE MAGIC PERCOLATOR, a play for 
children by Earl Kelly. 36 1. 
© Earl Raymond Kelly; lNov66; DU67?l6. 

THE MAGIC SHOW, a new play in two acts 
by Julius Vogel, pseud, of Julius 
Fogel. 1 V. © Julius Fogel; llJul66: 
DU66278. 
THE MAGIC TOY SHOP, by David March, 
pseud, of Owen Ray Hansley. ?4 1. 
A play in 1 act. © Owen Ray Hansley; 
280ct66; DU6722O. 

MAIL ORDER TYCOON, by Kenneth L. Smith 
Sheet. © Kenneth L. Smith; 28Nov66; 
CI9076. 

MAJOR PEDRO DIAZ LANZ INTERVIEW. 
See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 

MAJOR PEDRO DIAZ LANZ INTERVIEW 

NO. 1. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 

MAJOR PEDRO DIAZ LANZ INTERVIEW 

NO. 2. 

MAKAH LULLABY, See 
HIYU HEE-HEE, 

MAKE THE TRUMPETS SOUND AGAIN, a 
dramatic celebration for the 
Christmas season by James Stuckey, 
21 1. © James Stuckey; 10Dec65; 
DP6085 . 

MALCOLM, adapted by Edward Albee. 
1st ed. New York, Atheneum. 
138 p. 2 acts. From the novel by 
James Purdy. © Edward Albee & James 
Purdy; 8Apr66; DP6178. 

MALMEDY: CASE 6-24, a drama in three 
acts by C. R. Wobbe. 82 1. 
© Clarence R. Wobbe; 18Mov66; 
DU67382 . 

U'HE MAN ON THE BRIDGE. See 
3 PLAYS. 

MAN WHO CORRUPTED HADLEYBURG. See 
THE TRAP. 

THE MAN WHO SAID NO, a play in two 
acts by Ray Russell & George 
Shdanoff, 1 v. Based on the book 
In solitary witness, by Gordon 
Zahn, © Ray Russell & George Shdanoff; 
llJul66; DU66257, 

THE MAN WHO WALKED OUT; scenario & 
dialogue by Frank Moorhouse; adapted 
by Michael Thornhill & Frank Moor- 
house. 115 1. Screenplay in 3I 
sequences, From 3 short stories by 
Frank Moorhouse. © Frank Thomas 
Moorhouse & Michael Thornhill; 
7Nov66j DU6713O. 
MANDRAGOLA, by Nlcollo di Bernardo 
Machiavelli; an English version by 
Jerry Bledsoe & Henry F. Salerno. 
48 1. A play In 5 acts with music. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 12Nov65 , DU64447. 
© Jerry -H. Bledsoe & Henry S. Salerno; 
24 0ct66; DU67082. 
MANY VOICES, by Rose Tomson. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Apcl. states 
prev. reg. as Hester, l8Jul62, 
DU55833, NM: complete revision. 
© Rose Tomson; 29Dec66; DU67519. 
MARCH TO A DISTANT DRUMMER, a new 
musical play by John Saiz & Howard 
Cozart; music by Howard Cozart, 
lyrics by John Saiz & Howard Cozart. 
1 V. 12 scenes. Book & lyrics 
only. © Howard V. Cozart & John B. 
Saiz; 15Jul66; DU66160. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



119 



MARIUS. See 

OEUVRES COMPLETES. 

THF. MARK OF THE CROSS, BOOK 1, an 
original teleplay; a drama on the 
life of Christ by Randy Palmer, 
pseud, of Richard Frank Caputo, & 
James Trillo. 279 1. © Randy 
Palmer & James Trillo; 170ct66; 
DU67OO9. 

MARK TWAIN, MEET SAM CLEMENS, a comic 
drama by David Graeme. 86 1 . 3 acts. 
© David Robert Graeme; lNov66; 
DU671't3. 

MARKHEIM; opera breve in 1 atto di 
Luciano Chailly; azione teatrale 
moderna di Renato Prinzhofer. Op. 298. 
Milano, Casa Musicale Sonzogno dl 
Piero Ostali. 85 p. Dalla novella 
di Robert Louis Stevenson. Riduzione 
dell'autore per canto e pianoforte. 
© Casa Musicale Sonzogno di Piero 
Ostali; 6Jul66; DF0-lit89. 

MARKINGS IN WET CEMENT, by Barry 
Berg. 1 v, A play in 3 acts. 
© Barry Berg; 28Jun66; DU6621I. 
THE MARRIAGE COUNSELOR, by Joe Phillips 
& Sugar Cain, pseud, of Constance 
McCain. 4 1. Recording script. 
© Sugar Cain & Joe Phillips; 2'^Aug66; 
CI8797. 
MARRIAGE, THE JOYS OF, by Gunetta 
Esler. 5 1. © Gunetta Esler; 
29Aug66; CI89OO. 
MARTEL, a play in verse by Virginia 
Thompson. 1 v. 3 acts. © Virginia 
Thompson; 13Aug66; DP6i45 . 

MARTHA'S FUTURES HAVE PAST, a three 
act play by Joseph A. Walpole . 58 1. 
© Joseph A. Walpole; l4Sep66; DU66822. 
THE MARTYRDOM OF HILDA'S FAMILY, by 
Warren Wexler. 89 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Warren Wexler; 7Jul66; 
DU66216. 
MARY, a renaissance musical; book, 
music, & lyrics by Christopher Gore. 

1 V. 2 acts. © Christopher Gore; 
lDec66; DU67395. 

MARY HYDE, by Darrell E. Needham. 
139 1. A screenplay. © Darrell E. 
Needham; 21Kov66; DU67378. 

MARY MAGDELENE, a monodrama by Peter 
Simon. 3 1. © Christian Talent, 
Ltd.; 40ct66; CI8819. 

THE MASK, by Dorothy Murrell Murphree. 
15 1. A play. With music for 1 
song by Garvice Murphree. © Dorothy 
Russeai Murphree; 29Sep66; DU66792. 

1-HE MASK, by Irving S. Richter. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Irving S. 
Richter; 170ct66; DU67017. 

A MASK FOR THE DEAD, a drama in one 
act by Lillian Lipman. New York, 
S. French. 29 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 6Dec65; DP6088. 

THE MASK OF HIROSHIMA, a play with 
seven songs by Masayuki Sano & 
Ernest Ferlita. 1 v. 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Ernest Ferlita; 
30Aug66; DU66I76. 

THE MASQUES OF BARBARA BLOMBERG, by 
William I. Oliver. l4l 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © William I. Oliver; 
7Nov66; DU67267. 

MATCH AND MEDDLE; original musical 
comedy. Book, music & lyrics by 
McNeal Bourne & Earl Williams. 1 v. 

2 acts. © McNeal Bourne & Earl 
Williams; 23Dec66; DU67456. 

MATING DANCE, a comedy by Eleanor 
Harris Howard & Helen McAvity. 
Dramatists Play Service. 89 p. 
2 acts. © Eleanor Harris Howard & 
Helen McAvity; 7Nov66; DP6l87. 

MATRIMONIO SEGRETO. See 
DIE HEIMLICHE EHE. 



A MATTER OF MALNUTRITION, a one act play 
by Ehud Manor. 19 1. © Ehud Manor; 
17Jun66; DU66I7I. 

A MATTER OF URGENCY; suspense drama 
in three acts and one set by Irving 
Vendig. 1 v. © Irving Vsndig 
Associates, Inc.; 7Nov66; DU67212. 

max; a farce in three acts by John 
Henderson. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. 
Co. 76 p. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
2Aug66; DP615I. 

THE MAY PRINCESS AND THE MISSING 
FLOWERS, by Marie Flenoury & Mary 
Jackson. 6 1. A musical play. 
© Marie Flenoury & Mary Coleman 
Jackson; 60ct66; DU670iio. 

MAYOR ENCANTO AMOR. See 

17 TAGE UND k MINUTEN. 
MAYPOLE MAGIC, See 

MAYPOLE VILLAGE SERIES. 
MAYPOLE VILLAGE, See 

MAYPOLE VILLAGE SERIES, 
MAYPOLE VILLAGE SERIES; Story, puppets 

& photographs by Dayle Crawferd, 

music & lyrics by Joan Raeside. 

Maypole Village; The concert; Song 

quest; The trip; or. Maypole magic. 

1 V. 4 musical plays for puppets. 

© Dayle Crawferd & Joan Raeside; 

25N0V66; DU67438. 

ME AND THEE, a new comedy in two acts 
by Charles Horine. Dramatists Play 
Service. 87 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg 29Jan59, DU46404; l6Feb59, 
DU48444; 23Sep59, DU49731; 23May60, 
DU51037; 23May62, DU55074 . NM: 
additions & revisions. © Charles 
Horine; l6Aug66; DP617I. 

THE MEADOW, a one act play by Ray 
Bradbury. 20 1. © Ray Bradbury; 
IIJUI66; DU66254. 

MEDEA, by Euripides. English version 
by Raymond D. Gasper. 1 v. 
© Raymond D. Gasper; l8Aug66; 
DU66366 . 
MEDICINE MAN, a one-act play by Goldie 

Kossow. 27 1. © Goldie Falk Kossow; 

28Dec66; DU67515. 
MELISSANDRA AND THE HOUSE OF BRUIN, 

by Ralph J. Spinner. 1 v. A musical 

play for youngsters in 3 scenes. 

© Ralph J. Spinner; 8Sep66; DU56505 . 
MELODY, a one-act play by Gertrude 

Waller. 41 1. © Gertrude Waller; 

14Jul66; DU66294. 
MEMOIRS, by Louis Collazo. Sheet. 
© Louis Collazo; 29Sep66; CI885O. 

MEMORIES OF HIM, a short Easter playlet 
in 2 scenes by Ruth McClure Grow. 
51. ©Mt. Pleasant Burnt Hill 
Church; 29Nov66; DU67448. 

MEMORIES OF MY CHILDHOOD, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Nana P. Benton. 33 !• © Nana P. 
Benton; 15Aug66; DU66583. 

A MEMPHIS IL Y A UN HOMME D'UNE FORCE 
PRODIGIEUSE, de Jean Audureau. 
128 1. Une piece musicale. Book & 
lyrics only. © Jean Audureau; 
19Aug66; DU66545. 

MEN IN STONE, a play in one act by 
Philip Turner. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 26 p. © Philip Turner; 
8nov66; DP6196. 

MENAECHMI. See 
ROMAN DRAMA. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE; edited, intro- 
duced & with facing-page notes by 
Edmund Fuller. New York, Dell Pub 
Co. 268 p. (Laurel Leaf Library. 
Invitation to Shakespeare, 4095) 
5 acts. NM: introd. & notes. 
© Edmund Fuller; 200ct66; A874885 . 



THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, by William 
Shakespeare; Ernest Redekop, introd., 
Lucy M. Fitzpatrick, notes. New 
York, Airmont Pub. Co. 126 p. (Air- 
mont Shakespeare classics series, S3) 
5 acts. NM: art work, introd. & notes. 
© Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 220ct65; 
A877792. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, by William 
Shakespeare; introduction by 
Randolph Goodman, suggestions for 
reading & discussion by Vivian 
Little. Boston, Houghton Mifflin. 
103 p. (Riverside literature series, 
R33) 5 acts. NM: Shakespeare bi- 
ography, introd., & study aids. 
©Houghton Mifflin Co.; 190ct66; 
A871802. 
LA MERE COUPABLE, de Darius Milhaud; 

opSra en 3 actes de Madeleine 

Milhaud. [Italy] Ricordi. 295 P. 

D'apr§s le drame de Beaumarchais. 

Partition pour chant et piano. 

© G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A. ; 27May66; 

DFI868. 
A MERE MAN, a new comedy by Charles 

Edward Miller & Gerard Magavero. 

1 v. 3 acts. © Charles Edward 

Miller & Gerard Magavero; 15Dec66; 

DU67387 ■ 

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, by William 
Shakespeare; text edited by Charles 
Jasper Sisson, commentary by Charles 
H. Shattuck. New York, Dell Pub. Co. 
(5585) 219 p. (The Laurel Shake- 
speare, Francis Fergusson, general 
editor) 5 acts. Appl. author: Dell 
Pub. Co., Inc., employer for hire. 
NM: Shakespeare and his theater, glos- 
sary notes & Six episodes in the life 
of a play. © Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 
l6Aug66; A86347O. 

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, by William 
Shakespeare; text edited by Charles 
Jasper Sisson, commentary by Charles 
H. Shattuck. New York, Dell Pub. Co. 
(5585) 219 p. (The Laurel Shake- 
speare, Francis Fergusson, general 
editor) 5 acts. © on introd. Fran- 
cis Fergusson; l6Aug66; A863469. 

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. (Die 
lustigen Welber von Windsor) By 
Carl Otto Nicolai. [Edited] by 
Harriet Nordholm; accompaniments by 
Frank Cookson. Evanston, 111., 
Sumray-Birchard Co. 12 p. (Birchard 
opera series) 3 acts. Appl. author: 
Summy-Birchard Co., employer for hire 
of Harriet Nordholm & Frank B. Cook- 
son. © Summy-Birchard Co.; 17Jun66; 
DP6105. 
A MESSAGE FROM COUGAR, a one act play 
by Jean Raymond Malj'ean (Eugene R. 
MalJ^an) 35 1. © Eugene R, Maljean; 
?lNov66; DU67304. 
MESSAGE FROM THE GRASSROOTS, a play by 
Robert Riche. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Robert Riche; 26Aug66; DU66673. 
THE METEOR, by Joseph Green & Robert 
Ennis. 24 1. A screenplay. 
© Medallion Pictures Corp.; 8jul66; 
DU6622O. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, by William 
Shakespeare; David G. Pitt, introd., 
Lucy M. Fitzpatrick, notes. New 
York, Airmont Pub. Co. I05 p. 
(Airmont Shakespeare classics 
series, S5) 5 acts. NM: art work, 
introd. & notes. © Airmont Pub. Co., 
Inc.; 220ct65; A877794 . 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, by William 
Shakespeare. Edited by George Lyman 
Kittredge; rev. by Irving Ribner. 
2d ed. Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. 
Co. 85 p. (The Kittredge Shake- 
speares) 5 acts. © Blaisdell Pub. 
Co., division of Ginn & Co.; 30Jun66; 
A855905. 

A MIDWINTER NIGHT'S DREAM, by Stephen 
deBaun. 10 1. A play in 2 scenes. 
© Stephen J. deBaun; 270ct66; 
DU67168. 



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July-Dec. 



MIGNON, by Charles Louis Ambrolse 

Thomas. [Edited] by Harriet Nordholm; 
accompaniments by Frank Cookson. 
Evanston, 111., Summy-Blrchard Co. 
8 p. (Blrchard opera series) 3 acts. 
Appl. author: Summy-Blrchard Co., 
employer for hire of Harriet Nordholm 
& Frank B. Cookson. © Summy-Blrchard 
Co.; 17Jun66; DP6l04 . 
THE MILK OF PARADISE, a play by Arnaud 

d'Usseau. 1 v. 3 acts. © Arnaud 

d'Uaseau; 17Nov66; DU67325 ■ 

MILLER'S DAUGHTER. See 
RUMPELSTILZCHEN. 

THE MILLION POUND BANKNOTE, by Sarah 
Marie Schleslnger & Michael Dansicker. 
1 V. 2 acts. Suggested by Mark 
Twain's short story of the same name. 
With music. © Sarah Marie Schleslnger 
& Michael E. Dansicker; 31Aus66; 
DU66803. 

LES MINES DE SOUPRE. (The mines of 
sulphur) Op^ra en trols actes. 
Muslque de Richard Rodney Bennett, 
llvret de Beverley Cross, traduction 
francalse de Michel Ancey . 53 1. 
Libretto. NM: French translation. 
© Universal Edition (London) Ltd.; 
120ct66; DU66897. 

MINES OF SULPHUR. See 
LES MINES DE SOUFRE. 

A MINOR SCENE, by Ed Bullins. 5 1- 
A play. © Ed Bullins; 260ct66; 

DU6709't • 

THE MIRACLE OF ROSES, a play in two 
acts by Patricia Benton. 1 v. 
© Patricia Benton; 13Sep66; DU66725. 

MIRANDA, by Frank Van Deusen . 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Frank Van 
Deusen; 210c t66; DU67167. 

MISSION: THE CHRISTIAN'S CALLING, an 
adi'lt puppet play In three scenes by 
Frances Bentley. 19 1- Includes 
music for 1 song. © Frances M. 
Bentley; 26Aug66; DU66666. 

MISTER MOON; book & lyrics by Alan Lake 
Chidsey; music by G. Alex Kevan. 
Houston, Tex., Chidsey - Kevan Enter- 
prises. 1 V. 2 acts. © Chidsey - 
Kevan Enterprises; 190ct66; DP6257. 

MR. TOM AND THE TEENS, a screenplay by 
Katharine E. Holden. 67 1. 
© Katherine Elizabeth Holden; lNov66; 
DU672I7. 

MISTER, WOULD YOU KISS ME, PLEASE? 
A dramatic play in three acts (eight 
scenes); book & lyrics to four songs 
by Meredith Rains, pseud, of Hettie 
Milam Cook. 1 v. © Hettie Milam 
Cook, Mrs. Franklyn Wright (Annimary 
Cook Wright) & Mrs. Daniel V. Taub 
(Hettie Jean Cook Taub): 30Aug66; 
DU66't77 . 
MRS. FAMOUS, a comedy by Bruce Haggerty 
(Edward Bruce Haggerty) 1 v. 3 acts. 
© E. Bruce Haggerty; 21Sep66; DU66870. 

A MODERN FAUST; adapted by Richard D, 
Waters. 107 1. A play. Based on 
the immortal classic Faust, by 
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe. 
© Richard D. Waters; £Nov66; DU67281. 
A MODERN HOUSEWARMING, by Lennox 

Industries. 4 1. Recording script. 
© Lennox Industries, Inc.; 28Nov66; 
CI898I. 
MODERN READING: BOOK 1. See 

UNIT SEVEN BASIC READING SKILLS 
INDOCTRINATION SERIES. 
MODERN READING: BOOK 2. See 

UNIT EIGHT BASIC READING SKILLS 
INDOCTRINATION SERIES. 
MODERN THEATRE; seven plays and an 
essay by Par Lagerkvlst, translated, 
with an lr.tr od. by Thomas R. Buckman. 
Lincoln, Unlver.sity of Nebraska Press. 
305 p. NM: collection, Introd., edit- 
ing & translations. © University of 
Nebraska Press; 21Jul66; A862879. 



MOMMA, LET ME DO IT, a musical play in 

two acts; book & lyrics by Edward H. 

Devany. 1st draft, Apr. 9, 1966. 

Book & lyrics only. © Edward H. 

Devany; 19Sep66; DU66764 . 
MOMMA, LET ME DO IT, a musical play in 

two acts; book & lyrics by Edward H. 

Devany. 2d draft, June 4, 1966. 

Book & lyrics only. © Edward H. 

Devany; 19Sep66; DU66765 . 
MONA'S LISA, a drama In three acts by 
Dljack Beers (Beatrix BroffS 
Beers) 50 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 5May53, DU33975 . NM: additions. 
© Beatrix Broff6 Beers; 12Jul66; 
DU6616I. 
MONEY BY THE TON, spoken verses by 
Elliott Dorlty. Sheet. © Elliott 
Dorlty; 17Aug66; C18789. 

THE MONEY GERM; lyrics & music by 

Laurence Mesirow & Ernest McCarty, Jr. 
Book & storyline by Berenikl L. 
Bobbins. Special material: Maureen 
Mangan. 1 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. © Ernest McCarty, Jr., 
Laurence Mesirow, Maureen Mangan, & 
Berenikl L. Bobbins; 26Aug66; DU66672. 

MONEY IS THE ROOT, a play in three 
acts by John F. Shevlln. 123 1. 
© John F. Shevlln; 29Dec66; DU67523. 

MONKEY-FLOWER WOLF. See 
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD. 

THE MONKEY'S PAW, an original screen- 
play written & adapted for television 
by Mandy Davis. 34 1. © Mandy 
Davis; 20Dec66; DU67492. 

MONTE CRISTO. See 
GREAT MELODRAMAS. 

MOON BABY: comedy satire projected for 
record album, written by Vlvlenne 
Lebarr, pseud, of Vlvlenne Lebhar. 
34 1. 8 bands. © Vlvlenne Lebarr; 
200ct66; DU67023. 

THE MOONLIGHTER, by Stephen Jude Hayes. 
86 1. An original 6 character, 3 act 
comedy play. © Stephen Jude Hayes; 
5Aug66; DP6146. 

LA MORA E UNA BELLA COSA. (Love Is a 
beautiful thing) By Salvatore R. 
Ralnone, Louis Ralnone & Josephine 
Rego. 1 V. A musical play in 
4 acts. © Salvatore R. Ralnone & 
Louis Ralnone; llJul66; DU66272. 

MORALITY. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
MORALITY. 

MORE MR. PHONICS, by Rita Friedman & 
Elayne Relss. 1 v. Script. 
© Rita Friedman & Elayne Reiss; 
13Dec66; CI9085. 

MORGAN MOREEN. See 
THE PARENTS. 

MORNING SONGS, by Richard Cook. 9 1. 
A play. © Richard Cook; 14Jul66; 
DU66296 . 

MORTALITY; or, the Passion play of the 
fall of the Austro-Hungarlan Empire. 
By Kenneth E. Kelman. 85 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Kenneth E. Kelman; 
29JUI66; DU66434. 

MOSES, a play in three acts taken from 
the Holy Scripture by Thomas A. 
Donahue. 58 1. © Thomas Aquinas 
Donahue; 4Nov66; DU67276. 

MOSES, by Berl Allen Boykln . 1 v. A 
play in 5 scenes. © Berl Allen Boy- 
kin; 22Aur66; DU66639. 
MOTHER WANTS TO KNOW, by Jason G. Sil- 
verman. 1 V. Lecture. © Jason G. 
Silverman; 3Aug66; CI875I. 
MOTHER WAS IN THE MASSAGE BUSINESS, a 
play In two acts by Harvey Miller. 
1 V. Appl. states prev. reg. 
23May60, DU51031. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Harvey Miller; 240ct66; 
DU67078. 



A MOTHER'S STROKE, a play in three acts 
by Richard Jlanoe. I35 1. © Richard 
Jlanos; 6sep66; DU66852. 

MOTIVATED LEARNING THROUGH STRUCTURED 
FEEDBACK; developed by Jeanette A. 
Griver, Margot B. Robinson & Raymond 
A. Frankel. 16 1. A narration 
script. © Jan Engineering; 17Nov66; 
CI9020. 

THE MOUNTAIN MAN, an original teleplay 
by Lan. D. McCalllster. 20 1. 
© Lan. D. McCalllster; 26Sep66; 
DU66879. 

THE MOURNING DOVE, by Jerome Robblns . 
71. A cathartic lamentation and 
rituallzatlon of grief upon the 
death of John F. Kennedy. Book & 
lyrics only. © Jerome Bobbins; 
25Aug66; DU67158. 

THE MOVTE STAR, an original screenplay 
by Warren S. Murray. 130 1. © War- 
ren S. Murray; 27Sep66; DU66887 . 

THE MULHOLLAND ICE TECHNTQUE FOR THE 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PATIENT, by Vernon 

F. Mulholland. 7 1. © Vernon F. 
Mulholland; 13May66; C18664. 

MURDER, INC, See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: MURDER 
INC. 

THE MURDER OF PHIL WHITE, by M. Leon 
Dodez. 49 1. A play In 3 acts. 
© M. Leon Dodez; 25Aug66; DU66664 . 

THE MUSIC MAKERS, by Hammond Organ Co. 
7 1. ©Hammond Organ Co.; 270ct65; 
DP619I. 

MUSIC ON THE CAMPUS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
William L. White. 30 1. © William 
L. White; 270c t66; DU67IOI. 

MUSICAL MEMORY FROM THE PUPIL'S POINT 
OP VIEW; original lecture to be de- 
livered for the Matthay Festival on 
August 8, 1966 St the University of 
Maryland, by Lillas Msckinnon. 19 1. 
© Lillas Livingstone Macklnnon; 
lSep66; C1885I. 
MY BABY, a new musical. Book, music 

& lyrics by Ruth Green. 1 v. 2 acts. 

Book & lyrics only. © Ruth Green; 

17Aug66; DU66343. 

MY DEAR FRIENDS, IT'S TIME WE GET 
CERTAIN THINGS STRAIGHT, by Agustin 
Gomez-Arcos; translation from the 
Spanish, Queridos mlos, es preciso 
contaros clertas cosas, by Lee 
Fontanella. 78 1. © Lee Fontanella; 
29Sep66; DU67186. 

MY FAIR SADIE, by Jerry Elkind. 

17 1. 4 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Jerry Elkind; lJun66; DP6?l4 . 

MY HUSBAND AND I, a musical with 

lyrics and music by Mlscha Spollan- 
sky. 2 V. Based on Sheridan's 
The school for scandal. © Mischa 
Spoliansky; 12Aug66; DU665I3. 

MY LOVE IS DEAD, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mary Hudjek. 33 1 . © Mary Hudjek; 
30Sep66; DU66940. 

MY MOTHER SINGING WITH HER GUITAR, by 
Margaret Matlock. Folder. 
© Margaret J. Matlock; l80ct66; 
CI8903. 

MY NAME IS NORMA, a play in one act by 
Margaret Ann Opsata. Rev. 32 1. 
© Margaret Ann Opsata; 28Jul66; 
DU66452. 

MY PLACE, GOD'S WORLD, TODAY! By Bob 
Oldenburg. 3 1- Play. © Sunday 
School Board of the Southern Baptist 
Convention; 31Aug66; C1875O. 

MY SAINTED AUNT, a play In one act by 
James 0. Gerrlsh. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 24 p. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 20Sep66; DP6l66. 



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MY SON THE HUN, a musical evening with 
the barbarian hordes. 59 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Victor A. 
Estevez, Peter J. Matthews & William 
M. Perry; 29Apr66; DP6l57 . 

MY SON THE HUN, a new musical comedy. 
Book by Victor A. Estevez & William 
M. Perry; lyrics by Peter J. Matthews. 
79 1. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 29Apr66. 
NM: additions. © Victor A. Estevez, 
Peter J. Matthews & William M. Perry; 
6Sep66; DU6679'+ • 

MY SOUL TO TAKE, an original screen play 
by David L. Holzman. 10 1. © David 
L. Holzman; 28Sep66; A863378. 

MYSTERE DE LA REDEMPTION, par Georges 
Altaum, pseud, de Richard Gay. 40 p. 
A play in 5 acts. © Georges Altaum; 
250ct66; DU6707O. 

THE MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF PRO- 
FESSOR SULFEIGHT, a play for children 
of all ages by Chris McCann (Chris- 
tian D. McCann) 1 v. 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Aug65; 
DU63822. NM: revisions. © Chris 
McCann; 2Aug66; DP6136. 

THE MYSTERIOUS SPY, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Maria Rosa Camera. 33 1- 
© Maria Rosa Camera; 19Dec66j 
DU6747I. 

MYSTERY AT THE SKI LODGE. (Death on 
the slopes) An all-girl mystery by 
Ann Coulter Martens. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 70 p . 2 acts. 
© Anne Coulter Martens; 270ct66; 
DP6258. 

tTHE MYTH OF VERBIO, by Daniel Manesse. 
44 1. A play in 2 acts. © Daniel 
Manesse; 110ct66; DU66987 . 



N 



NAHE DES TODES, by Peter Hirche; edited 
by Anna Otten. New York, Odyssey 
Press. 99 p. 2 parts. Text in 
German & English. NM: foreword, 
introd. , footnotes, exercises, vocab- 
ulary & verb list. © Odyssey Press, 
Inc.; lAug66; A8553't6. 

THE NAME OF THE GAME IS BEN, a play In 

one act by Dennis F. Molntyre. 29 1. 

© Dennis Finlay Mclntyre; 6sep56; 

DU66836. 
NAME THAT TRIVIA i A new record-quiz 

game by Sidney Aaron Frank. I7 1. 

© Helion, Inc.; I3JUI66; CI8678. 

NAME THY BEHALLOWED, a screenplay by 
Christopher Riley. l47 1. © Christo- 
pher Sibley Riley; llJul66; DU66364. 

NATURAL ENEMIES, a new comedy of the 
Old South by Dana M. Tremayne, pseud, 
of Mark Dana Tremayne. 1 v. 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. Mar. 1966, 
DU65269. NM: revisions. © Dana M. 
Tremayne; 120ct66; DU66989. 

NAVIGATION & RADIO; COMMERCIAL & RE- 
FRESHER, SECTION A-C, NARRATION, by 
Paul E. Sanderson. 3 v. Scripts of 
disc recorded narrations to be repro- 
duced as educational lectures. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1962, C14970-14968. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Sander- 
son Films, Inc.; 6Jul66; CI8718, 
18721-18720. 

THE NEIGHBORS, by Louis Emile Duranty, 
translated & adapted by Lisl Beer. 
Boston, Branden Press. 20 p. 
(The Silver series of puppet plays) 
2 scenes. From Theatre des Marion- 
nettes du Jardin des Tuileries. 
© Branden Press; 23Mar66; A848909. 

NELL; book, music & lyrics by Hubert 
Gregg. 2 V. A musical play in 2 
acts. © Hubert Gregg; 260ct66; 
DU67I5O. 



NEVER LOSE YOUR MEMORY; lecture by 
May W. Barker. 5 1. © May W. 
Barker; 28Nov66; C19077 . 
NEVER ON SUNDAY; musical book by John 
Patrick. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © John Patrick; 
lAug66; DU6625I. 

NEVERMORE, a play in one act by Daniel 

Safier. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 

25 p. © Daniel Safier; l6Sep66; 

DP6162. 
THE NEW CONCEPT OF DATA MANAGEMENT, by 

T. C. Nixon. 21 1. Lecture. 

© T. C. Nixon; 6Jul66; CI8747. 

THE NEW DAWN, a play by Glen B. Moyer. 
1 v. Libretto. © Glen Barry Moyer; 
12JU166; DU66284. 

NEW MEDICINE, by Hugh D. Rlordan. 
1 V. Script for a screenplay. 
© Psyche, Inc.; 14Nov66; CI9025, 

A NEW METHOD FOR MARKETING COSMETICS AND 

RELATED PRODUCTS. 16 1. Talk. 

© Rand-Rles Advertising, Inc.; 22Auk66; 
C18803. 

THE NEW NIGGER; o^ Who's afraid of 
William Faulkner? A satire in one 
act by Lola Jones Amis. 32 1. 
© Lola Jones Amis; 12Aug66; DU66557 . 

NEW THINGS, by Myrtle Hampton. I69 1. 
A play in 23 scenes. © Myrtle 
Hampton; 22Sep66; DU66762. 

A NICE PLACE TO VISIT, a comedy by 
Arkady Leokum. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Arkady Leokum; 26Aug66; DU66669. 

A NICE PLACE TO VISIT, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Shelby McDaniel. 34 1. © Shelby 
McDaniel; 30Sep66; DU66935. 

THE NICHEFITTER'S HOLIDAY, a comedy 
by Paul Rawlings. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Paul B. Rawlings; llJul66; 
DU66265 . 

NIGHT LIFE; in three acts by Sidney 
Kingsley. Dramatists Play Service. 
84 p. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Ghost dance, 15Mar62, DU54997 & as 
Night life, 6jul62, DU55751- NM: 
additions & revisions. © Sidney 
Kingsley; 23Jun66; DP6080. 

A NIGHT OF JEWISH HUMOR, by Ivan 
Sandrof. 43 1. A play in 1 act. 
© Ivan Sandrof; 10Nov66; DU67237. 

A NIGHT OF SOUND & LIGHT, written by 
E. Nemethy. 37 1. Script. © Emery 
Nemethy; 6Sep66; C18786. 
THE NIGHT OF THE EIGHTH CANDLE, by 
Zara Shakow. 21 1. A play in 2 
scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2ON0V35, D40735. MM: revision. 
© Zara Shakow; 210ct66; DU67052. 

NIGHT SCENE, a play In one act by 
Margherlta dl Nlsceml. I7 1. 
© Margherlta V. Nlsceml; 23Nov66; 
DU67314 . 

THE NIGHTS; spoken recitation by L^e 
Hazlewood. 2 1. © Criterion Music 
Corp.; 22Aug66; Cl8743. 

NIKAL SEYN & DECORATION DAY, a poem 
& a play by Louis Coxe. Nashville, 
Vanderbllt University Press. 89 p. 
© Vanderbllt University Press; 
29Nov66; A880815. 

NIKKI'S BILLIONS, a comedy in 3 acts by 
Louis Forgione. 49 1- © Louis 
Forglone; 110ct66; DU67047. 

9 MILES TO YUCCA, written by Steve 
Fisher. 112 1. A screenplay. 
© Steve Fisher; 190ct66; DU66996. 

NINETY-SIX WAYS OF GETTING SICK, a re- 
pulsive film production by Flo Nord- 
hoff, pseud, of Florenz von Fuchs- 
Nordhoff, & Hal Clay (Harold Clay) 
134 1. © Harold Clay; l8Aug66; 
DU06616. 



NINFA. (Nympha) A religious operetta, 
book, lyrics & music by Esther 
Mulders. 70 1. 2 acts. © Esther D. 
Mulders; 260ct66; DU67064 . 

NO ALTERNATIVES, a play in one act by 
Phoebe W. Hoffman. 33 1. © Phoebe 
W. Hoffman; 120ct66; DU6699O. 

NO CHEERS FOR A CLOWN, a play in three 
acts by Ladd Linton, pseud, of Ladd 
Levin. 67 1. © Ladd Levin; 
28Nov66; DU67349. 

NO HOME, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Delta Beau- 
soliel. 31 1. © Delta Beausoliel; 
28JUI66; DU66422. 

NO INDIANS, by George Ellch. 2 1. 
Monolog. © George Ellch; 30Sep66; 
C 1884 2. 
NO-MAN'S LAND. See 

IT'S QUIET HERE TONIGHT. 
NO MESSAGE, by Marya Bednerik. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Marya Bednerik; 
lAug66; DU66457. 

NO MORE RABBITS, by Richard Burwell & 
Albert Zuckerman. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Richard E. Burwell & 
Albert J. Zuckerman; 19Aug66; 
DU66714 . 

NO NAME IN THE STREET, a play for 
women in one act by Edward Murch. 
[Plymouth, Eng,] Yennadon Plays. 
30 p. © Edward Munch; 23Sep66; 
DPO-1485. 

NO ONE IS US, a play by Joseph G. 
Giambra. 75 !• 2 acts. © Joseph 
G. Giambra; llJul66; DU66262. 

NO PHONE OF HER OWN; comedy in three 
acts by John Henderson. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 80 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) Appl. author: Walter 
H. Baker Co., employer for hire. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 210ct66; 
DP6226 . 

NO STRANGER TO THE PLACE, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by George Burkhart. 30 1. © George 
Burkhart; 29Jul66; DU66443. 

NO WAY IN, a theatrical experience in 
three parts by Walter Leyden Brown. 
1 V. © Walter Leyden Brown; 
8Nov66; DU67126. 

NO WIN IN VIET NAM. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: NO 
WIN IN VIET NAM. 

NOBLEST SHIP. See 
THE ADVENTURESS. 

NOBODY'S PERFECT, SWEET WILLIAM. See 
THE FISH PIRATE'S DAUGHTER. 
NOBOVICH DIRECTS, by Richard Cook. 
41 1. A play. © Richard Cook; 
l4Jul66; DU66298. 

NONE OF US ARE EVER BORN BRAVE, a three 
act play by Norman Harris. 1 v. 
© Frant!;lin Thomas; l4Dec66; DU67464. 

NORBU, an original screenplay by 
Tadeusz Z. Danielewskl. 87 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Storm over 
Tibet. NM: revision & addition. 
© Tadeusz Z. Danielewskl; 27Jul66; 
DU66406. 

NOT A YEN, by Nancy Dexter, pseud, of 
Kathryn C. Weiss. 25 1. A play. 
© Kathryn C. Weiss; 12Aug66; 
DU66604. 

NOTHING BUT, a play in three acts by 
Julius Oblatt. 76 1. © Julius 
Oblatt; 30ct66; DU66949. 

NOW, LET'S TALK ABOUT SAKRETE CEMENT 
MIXES, by Paul Willis & Indie Jo 
Dellaripa. Sheet. Taped recording 
script for radio commercial. 
© Sakrete, Inc.; l8Jul66; CI8709. 

NOW OR NEVER, an original story vfrltten 
& adapted for television by 
T. Schlnkel. 30 1. © T. Schlnkel; 
22Aug66; DU66638. 



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July-Dec. 



THE NUDE IN THE WATER, by Keith brian 
Staulcup. 49 1. A screenplay. 
© Keith Brian Staulcup; 15Jul66j 
DU66303 . 

NYMPHA. See 
NINFA . 



o 



DEATH, WHY THEY BURIED THY ADVER- 
TISEMENT, by Randy Ford {Kenneth 
Randolph Ford) 56 1. A play. 
© Randy Ford; 21Dec66; DU675OO. 

MARRY ME! A new musical; book & 
lyrics by Lola Pergament, music by 
Robert Kessler. London, Chappell. 
75 p. 2 acts. Based on Oliver Gold- 
smith's She stoops to conquer. Li- 
bretto. Appl. states prev. reg. 
30Jan6l, DU52554 & 4Jun62, DU55639. 
NM: additions & revisions. ©-Chap- 
pell & Co., Ltd.; 23JUI65; DP6233. 

0, rip: An old kind of musical by 
Ken Chomont (Kenneth Louie Chomont) 
& Pat MoElroy (Patrick John McElroy) 
1 V. 2 acts. Adapted from the play 
Rip Van Winkle by Joseph Jefferson, 
adapted from the short story ... by 
Washington Irving, © Patrick John 
McElroy & Kenneth Louis Chomont; 
25N0V66; DU67322. 

OCALA BANE'S COURT-MARTIAL, by Jesse J. 
Johnson. 38 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Jesse J. Johnson; 7Sep66; DU66775 . 
ODDYSEY, by Timothy Oksman. 22 1. 
A musical play. Book only. 
© Timothy Oksman; 30Sep66; DU66912. 

THE ODYSSEY OF EDWARD MACKEVEY, an 

original screenplay by David Aldrich. 
176 1. © David Aldrich; 100ct66; 
DU66981. 

OEDIPUS, by Sophocles. English version 
by Raymond D. Gasper. 1 v. 
© Raymond D. Gasper; l8Aug66; 
DU66367 . 

OEDIPUS IN BROOKLYN, a one-act play by 
Herbert Schwartz. 2h 1. ©Herbert 
Schwartz; 27Jul66; DU66'H2 . 

OEUVRES COMPLETES, tome II: Marlue, 
Fanny; de Marcel Pagnol. Paris, 
Editions de Provence. 358 p. 
NM: addition & revue. © Marcel 
Pagnol; 30Jun66; DFO-1478. ' 

OF LOVE AND SLIPPERS, a musical comedir 
by Margaret Waldis. 1 v. 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Margaret 
Waldis; 22Nov66; DU672?1. 

OFF WITH HIS HONORABLE HEAD, a play for 
children in the or'.ental fashion by 
Theodore W. Hatlen. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 52 p. (Baker's royalty 
plays) 2 acts. © Walter H. Baker 
Co.; 210ct66; DP6l82. 

OH, LA-U-RIE, LO-RI, OH, MY LO-RI'S 
GONE AWAY. (The story of La-u-rie, 
Lo-ri) By Loril Layne. Sheet. 
© Loril Layne; 27Dec66; CI908I. 

OIL PAINTING BY HAND, by Ruth Parkerson 
Schoner. Sheet. Recording script. 
© Ruth Parkerson Schoner; 29Aug66; 
CI88IO. 

AN OLD FASHIONED CHRISTMAS; or, Angels 
are hard to hear over all that 
shouting. A dramatic celebration 
for the Christmas season by James 
Stuckey. 20 1. © James Stuckey; 
12Dec63 (in notice: 1964); DP6083. 

OLD FOLKS, by Hugh Golightly . 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. Book h- lyrics 
only. © H. H. Golightly , Jr.; 
190ct66; DU67065. 

OLD MAN'S MEMORIES, by Lou Rawls, Jr. 
Sheet, © Rawlou Music; 15Nov66; 
CI8978. 



THE OLD SARGE, by John W. O'Brien. 2 1. 
© John W. O'Brien; l8Aus66; CI8796. 
THE OLD SOD, a musical In two acts by 
Richard Montague. 1 v. © Richard 
Montague; l6Jun66; DU66176. 

THE OLDEST PROFESSION, a new play by 
Justin Mamis. 1 v. 3 acts. © Jus- 
tin Mamis; 29Jul66; DU66445 . 

OLE SLICK, a screenDlay by John J. 
lorio. 98 1. © John J. lorio; 
l4Jul66; DU66292. 

OLYMPIAS, by William Lewis Allison. 
53 1. A play in 3 acts, © William 
Lewis Allison; 31Aug66; DU667OI. 

THE OMNIPOTENT WH]MSEY; book & lyrics 
by Paul M. Argentini, music by Vera 
C. Argentini. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Paul M. Argentini & Vera C. Argen- 
tini; 28Ju166; DU66i(20. 

ON MY WAY HOME; words & music by 
Preston E. Peters. 2 sheets, 
018925*°'' ^' ^®*®'"®' 210ct66; 

ON THE SECOND DAY, by David Graeme. 
45 1. A play in 2 scenes. © David 
Robert Graeme; 110ct66; DU66994 . 

ONCE EACH SPRING, a drama in one act 
by June Nordahl, 9 1- © June Nor- 
dahl; 26Aug66; DU66667 ■ 

ONCE UPON A BUS, a screenplay by Nelson 
E. Breen. 89 1. Based on an original 
story by John Christian. © John 
Christian; 210ct66; DU67077. 

ONDINE; piece en trois actes de Jean 
Giraudoux. Paris, Editions Bernard 
Grasset. 226 p. © Editions Bernard 
Grasset; 30May39; DFI865 . 

ONE BIG HAPPY FAMILY, by Elizabeth D. 
Elliott & Leonard McCormick, musical 
score arranged by Leonard McCormick. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Elizabeth D. Elliott & Grace B. 
Foster; 190ct66; DU57056. 

ONE DAY IN THE LIFE OF IVY DENNISON, 
by Bruce Stuart, pseud, of Stewart 
H. Benedict. 16 1. A play in 7 
scenes. © Stewart H. Benedict; 
22Aug66; DU66641. 
ONE FOR THE ROAD, a three act D''ay by- 
Doug Brookins (Douglas D. E'rookins) 
31 1. © Doug Brookins; 8Jul66; 
DU66223. 

ONE SEEING. 6 1. Talk. © Eastman 
Kodak Co.; 12Sep66; CI8807. 

ONE STEP FORWARD; one act play by Lis 
Lotten Walker. 20 1. © Lis Lotten 
Walker; 8jul66; DU66221. 

ONESIMUS; play by C. A. Roberts. Nash- 
ville, Broadman Press. 15 p. 
© Broadman Press; lAug66; DP6174, 

ONLY A DREAM, a musical play In two 
acts. Book, lyrics & music by Peggy 
Star. 65 1, Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 290ct65, 
DU56535. NM: revision. © Peggy Star; 
14Sep66; DU66903. 

ONLY THE LONELY SURVIVE, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Fred Salzstein. 30 1. © Fred 
Salzstein; 30Sep66; Du6694l. 

OPERATION P, by Henry Kitt, 51 p, 
A play. © Henry Kitt; 29Dec66; 
DU67522. 

THE OPERATORS, a drama in three acts 
by Madge Rltter. l4o 1. © Madge 
Ritter; lAug65; DU66459. 

ORAL LANGUAGE EXPERIENCES AND ACTIVI- 
TIES; eight dramatic compositions 
for a recording. 1 v. (Our language" 
today, 6) Appl. author: American •,- 
Book Co., employer for hire of Mi- 
chael Berman & Hugh Gage. © American 
Book Co.; 19Dec66; DU67394. 



ORAL LANGUAGE EXPERIENCES AND 
ACTIVITIES. See 
OUR LANGUAGE TODAY 3-5: ORAL 

LANGUAGE EXPERIENCES AND 

ACTIVITIES. 

THE ORANGE JUICE TRAMPOLINE, a lov 
mimetic drama in poor taste by 
W. D. Rlchter. 93 1. 3 scenes. 
© Walter D. Rlchter; 6Aug66; DP6192. 

ORBIT IN LIGHT; Milton and Galileo at 
Arcetrl, bv Fairfax Proudflt Walkup. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Fairfax 
Proudflt Walkup; 15Aug66; DU66576. 

ORDINALIA. See 
ORIGO MUNDI. 

AN ORDINARY MAN, a play by Mel Arrighl. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Mel Arrighl; 
19Dec66; DU67479. 

THE ORIGIN OF CAPTAIN JAN & DEAN THE 
BOY BLUNDER, by Altfeld & Welder. 
Folder. Script. © Screen Gems- 
Columbia Music, Inc.; lSep66; 
CI8887 . 

ORIGO MUNDI; first play of -the Cornish 
Mystery Cycle, The ordlnalia, a new 
ed. by Phyllis Pier Harris. A micro- 
film copy. © Phyllis Pier Harris; 
30Sep64; A860297. 

ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD, a comic oper- 
etta in three acts. From the original 
by H. Cremleux & L. Halevy, new book 
& lyrics by Phil Park, music by 
Jacques Offenbach, music adapted ?c 
arranged by Ronald Hanmer. 100 1. 
Libretto. NM: book Sc lyrics. 
© Josef Weinberger, Ltd.; 120ct66; 
DU67063. 

THE OSWALD TRIAL, a three act play by 
Edwin J. Dresner. Ill 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. July 1965, DU63602. 
NM: revision. © Edwin J. Dresner; 
310ct66; DU67141. 

THE OTHER SHORE, a play in three acts 
by Ernest G. Fischer & the late Harry 
F. Tarvin. Ill 1. © Ernest G. 
Fischer; 19Aug66; DU66619. 

THE OTHERS, by Richard Lortz. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Richard Lortz; 
28Nov66; DU67453. 

OUNCE OF INNOCENCE, by Rosyrie Schulman. 
125 1. A play in 2 acts. © Rosyrie 
Schulman; 20Jun66; DU66169. 

OUR BELLE, by Wlnthrop Palmer. I5 1. 
A play in 11 scenes. © Wlnthrop 
Palmer; 27Jul66; DU66409. 

OUR BROTHER CAIN, a comedy in 3 acts, 
8 scenes. Translated by Jan Conrad, 
pseud, of Jan Joseph Conrad-Frankow- 
skl; edited by Peter Whitbread, 
124 1. Translation of a play per- 
formed in Poland. © Jan Conrad; 
l8Aug66; DU66617. 

OUR COUNTRY 'TIS OF THEE, by Ruth 
Roberts (Ruth Roberts Piller) 12 1. 
Recording script. © Michael Brent 
Publications, Inc.; l8Aug66; C18768. 

OUR LANGUAGE TODAY, See 

ORAL LANGUAGE EXPERIENCES AND ACTIVI- 
TIES, 

OUR LANGUAGE TODAY 3-5: ORAL LANGUAGE 
EXPERIENCES AND ACTIVITIES. 3 v. 
Twenty-four dramatic compositions for 
3 recordings. Appl. author: American 
Book Co., employer for hire of Michael 
Berman & Hugh Gage. © American Book 
Co.; l9Dec66; DU67391-67393. 

OUR LOVE CAME OUT OF DEATH, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Minnie M. Williams. 30 1. 
© Minnie M. Williams; 25Jul66; 
DU66384 . 

OUR NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR, an original sto- 
ry written & adapted for television by 
Mary Emma Sutton. 32 1. © Mary Emma 
Sutton; 29JUI66; DU66436. 



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OUR WEDDING ALBUM, By Kenny SoLms & 
Gail Parent. 1 v. 15 recording 
scripts. © Kenny Solms & Gail Parent; 
29Aug66; C18777. 

OUT OF THE DEAD LAND, a one act play by 
Edward H. Devany. 42 1. © Edward 
Heath Devany; 21Sep66; DU66763. 

THE OUT OF TOWNERS. See 
THE GAMES OF LOVE. 

THE OUTMAN, a play by W. B. Claiche. 
107 1. 4 acts. ©William Barry 
Claiche; 29Aug66; DU66687 . 

OUTSIDE THE THREE DOLLAR LIMIT, a new 
play by Joe Allen (Joseph Campbell 
Allen) 1 V. 2 acts. © Joseph 
Campbell Allen; 18Nov66; DU67381. 

OUTSIDE THIS ROOM, a play In one act by 
Margherlta dl Nlscemi (Margherlta V. 
Niscemi) 34 1. © Margherlta V. 
Nisoemi; 2Dec66; DU67403. 

OVERCOME EVIL WITH GOOD, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Mary V. Harris. 30 1. 
©Mary V. Harris; 22Aug66; DU66635. 



P. M. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR PEACE 
OF MIND, by Lennox Industries. 
4 1. Recording script. © Lennox 
Industries, Inc.; 28Nov66; CI8987. 

THE P. T. A. SHOW, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mildred E. Berger. 30 1. © Mildred 
E. Berger; lAug66; DU66462. 

A PAGEANT OF THE BLACKPEET, by Talbot 
Jennings & Elisabeth Jennings. 49 1. 
10 episodes. ©Talbot Jennings & 
Elisabeth Jennings; 29Aug66; DU66679. 

THE PALM BEACH DOLL; or. Baby and her 
dancing tiger. A musical extravagan- 
za by Hale Horton. ?50 1. 4 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © H. Hale 
Horton; 8Kov66; DU67?3?. 

PANIC ON THE PEDERNALES; or. Through 
the Great Society with gun and 
camera. A melodrama in three acts 
culled from the files of the House 
Unamerlcan Activities Committee by 
Mac Jones, pseud, of Philip M. Jones. 
1 V. © Philip M. Jones; 270ct66; 
DU67099. 

PAPA, a play in one act by Wellington 
L. Way, Jr. 49 1. © Wellington L. 
Way, Jr.; 23Sep66; DU66873. 

THE PAPER HAT, a play by Lesley Storm 
(Lesley Storm Clark) London, 
S. French. 75 p. (French's acting 
edition) © Lesley Storm; l8May66; 
DFO-1475. 

PARADISE GARDENS EAST. See 
THE CITY SCENE. 

THE PARENTS, a drama by Robert Henney. 
1 V. 2 acts. Suggested by The 
pupil, by Henry James. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Morgan Moreen, 10Sep52, 
DU31836. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Robert Henney & Mrs. 0. G. Henney; 
3Nov66; DU67I23. 

THE PARK IS FOR AMUSEMENT, by Guy R. 
Seining. 62 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Guy R. Beining; 5Jul66; DU66234 . 

THE PARTITIONING,' by N. S. Robbins. " 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © N. S. 
Robbins; 29Nov66; DU67366. 
THE PASSAGE OF YEARS, an historical 
pageant of Noble County for Indiana's 
Sesquicentennial by Paul Warren 
Ashby. 52 1. 3 episodes. © Paul 
W. Ashby; 8Aug66; DU66514 . 
PASSAGE TO INFINITY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Peter Procunier. 29 1. © Peter 
Procunier; 26Jul66; DU66399. 



A PASSION FOR APOLLO, a theatre piece by 
Robert Andrew Bonnard. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Robert Andrew Bonnard; 50ct66; 
DU67041. 

PASSION PLAY OF THE FALL OF THE 
AUSTRO-HUKGARIAN EMPIRE. See 
MORTALITY . 

PAST MIDNIGHT I PAST THE MORNING STAR ! 
A dramatic monologue for a one-woman 
show on the creative life of Emily 
Dickinson as told through her poetry 
& letters, compiled & introduced by 
Julia Deals. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 17Jun66, DUD5886. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Julia 
Deals; 4Nov66; DU67290. 

THE PATHS OF MAN; symphony for voice, 
percussion & dance. A compendium by 
David C. Keller; music by J. William 
Dean. 88 p. © David C. Keller & 
J. William Dean; 15Nov66; DU67333. 

PAULA IN FIVE ACTS, a play in two acts 
by Thomas J. Dulack. 78 1. 
© Thomas Dulack; 4Aug66; DU66321. 

THE PEACE CREEPS, a play by John 
Wolf son. 70 1. © John Wolf son; 
31Aug66; DU66700. 

THE PEACEMAKERS, a comedy in three acts 
by Evelyn Dorio (Evelyn D. Nicolai'-) 
1 v. © Evelyn D. Nicolais; lAug66; 
DU66454 . 

THE PEDDLER, an opera in one act; music 
by William Goldstein, libretto by 
Marvin Schofer. 73 P- © Marvin 
Schofer & William Golastein; 240ct66; 
DU56997 . 

THE PEDESTRIAN, a one-act play by Ray 
Bradbury. 25 1. © Ray Bradbury; 
IJUI66; DU66205. 

PEGORA THE WITCH, a play for children 
with or without music by Carol Lynn 
Wright. Anchorage, Ky., Children's 
Theatre Press. 36 p. 6 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Anchorage Press; 
26JUI66; DP6156. 

PENDULUM, a play with music by Louis 
Alfred Voss. 92 1. 3 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. l4Mar66, DU65272. NM: revision. 
© Louis Alfred Voss; l80ct66; DU67018. 

A PENNANT FOR THE KREMLIN, a three-act 
comedy by David Rogers. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. II3 p. Adapted 
from the book by Paul Molloy. 
©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 17Sep66; DP6163. 

PEOPLE MAKE BETTER FRIENDS, by Norman V. 
Barry, Jr. & Mary Florence Cooper. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Norman V. Barry, Jr. & Mary 
Florence Cooper; 6jal66; DU66192. 

PEOPLE, PEOPLES, a three act play by 
Herbert Adler. 82 1. © Herbert 
Adler; 19Dec66; DU67488. 

PEPSI-COLA RADIO, FLIGHT I, I967, 
STANDARD; radio program prepared & 
Produced by Batten, Barton, Durstine 
& Osborn. 1 v. 10 commercial 
recording scripts. © PepsiCo, Inc.; 
310ct66; CI8962. 

A PERFECT GENTLEMAN, a new comedy by 
Herbert Appleman. 129 1. 2 acts. 
Suggested by the Life & letters of 
Lord Chesterfield. © Herbert Apple- 
man; 28Nov66; DU67355. 



THE PERFORMANCE, a play in one act by 
Julian Hartzell. 42 1. © Julian C. 
Hartzell; 23Nov66; DU673I5 . 

PERMANENT SEASONING, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Ruth Marden Auletta. 30 1. 
© Ruth Marden Auletta; 20Dec66; 
DU6749I. 



LE PESCATRICI, di Joseph Haydn: dramma 
giocoso per musica di Carlo Goldonl; 
prima edlzione a cura di H. C. R. 
Landon; rlduzione per canto e piano- 
forte di Prledrich Wanek; Deutsche 
Ubertragung von Helmut Wagner & 
Karl Heinz Fussl. [Austria] Univer- 
sal Edition. 373 p. Text in Italian 
& German. NM: revision, arrangement 
& translation. © Haydn-Mozart-Presse, 
Hartmann & Co.; 250ct65; DFI854. 

PETER PENNY UNDER THE DREAM TREE, 

a play by Pat Ballard (Francis Drake 
Ballard) & James F. Hanley. 
© 30Dec39; DP8978O. Hilda G. Bal- 
lard (W of F. D. Ballard); 30Dec66; 
R401002. 

PETIT-BABEL; 3 acts d'Edmond Conetans. 
Paris, Societe dea Auteurs & Composi- 
teurs Dramatiques. 84 p. © Edmond 
Constane; lMay66; DFI856. 

PHAEDRA, by Daniel Fernandez. 61 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Daniel Fernandez; 
200ct66; DU6706I. 

PHAEDRA, by Jean Racine; a one-act adap- 
tation by I. E. Clark. 1 v. (A Stage 
magic play) NM: abridgment, inter- 
polations, stage directions, introd., 
notes & sketches on p.i-xv. © I. E. 
Clark; 6Sep66; A861204. 

PHASE OF THE MOON, by Harold J. Hogan. 
103 1. A play. © Harold Joseph 
Hogan; 6Sep66; DU66905 . 

PHEDRE, by Racine; a new English trans- 
lation in rhymed alexandrine couplets 
by William Packard. New York, 
S. French. 61 p. 5 acts. ©William 
Packard; 7Dec66; DP6248. 

PHILOCTETES. See 
HEDGE OF SERPENTS. 

PHILODENDRON, a play of mourning & 
guilt in five scenes by Neal E. 
Lebow. 1 V. © Neal Erwin Lebow; 
15Dec66; DU67466. 

PHONETIC ALPHABET USING ROMAN CHARAC- 
TERS, by Louis Hamill. 10 1. 
© Louis Hamill; 60ct66; CI8818. 

PIE IN THE SKY, a comedy by Will Nor- 
man West (William Norman West) 
103 1. 3 acts. ©William N. West; 
l80ct66; DU67020. 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIW, a musical 
play by John B. Davidson. 1 v. 
2 acts. Adapted from the poem by 
Robert Browning. © John B. Davidson; 
21Wov66; DU67379. 

PIEDRA BUENA; screen book by E. Bringuer. 
58 1. © E. Bringuer; 22Dec66; 
DU67508. 

PIETER TROMPIETING; Oder, Die Etiketten- 
frage. Schwindel auf der ganzen Linie 
von Hans HBmberg. I67 1. 33 scenes. 
© Hans Hamberg; 28Nov66; DU67298. 

PIGSKIN AND PETTICOATS, a musical comedy 
in two acts; book & lyrics by Bill 
Thompson (William C. Thompson), music 
by Tom Margitan (Thomas A. Margitan) 
New York, S. French. 89 p. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
23May63, DU57842. © William C. Thomp- 
son & Thomas A. Margitan; 28Mar66; 
DP6122. 

PINCHY WINCHY, a comedy sketch by 
Loney Lewis. 2 sheets. © Loney 
Lewis; 27Sep66; DU66885 . 

PINOCCHIO; PPX Enterprises, 

author of play. Prank Metis, author 
of music. 1 V. © PPX Publishing, 
a division of PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 
200ct66; DU67180. 

PIONEER CHEVROLET, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz . Sheet. Commercial 'script. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
lDec66; CI9056. 



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July-Dec. 



THE PISTOL BALL, a five -minute play 
by James Sexton Lay ton. 5 1. 
© James Sexton Laytonj l5Nov66; 
DU67253. 

PITSTOP, an original screenplay by 
William Greffe. 70 1. © William 
Greffe; 240ct66; DU67l64. 

A PLACE FOR DIGNITY, by David J. 

Kennedy. 206 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© David J, Kennedy; 27Jul66; 
DU66408. 

A PLACE WITHIN THE MEANING OF THE ACT, 
a play in two aote by Jill King 
{Eva Helen King) 82 1. © Eva Helen 
King; 28Nov66; DU67357. 

PLAIN DEALER. See 

THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF WILLIAM 
WYCHERLEY. 

PLANNING YOUR FAMILY, by Hazel Ann 
Hutcheson. 6 1. Script. © Hazel 
Ann Hutcheson; 5Nov66; CI8977. 

THE PLATONIC HAREEM, a musical comedy 
in two acts with lyrics, by Thelma E. 
McCallum. 110 1. Book & lyrics 
onTv. -g Thelma Elaine McCallum; 
12Aug66; DU66608. 

THE PLAYMATES, by Leon Johnson. I3I 1. 
2 acts. © Leon Johnson; 12Sep66; 
DU66808. 

THE PLAYROOM, by Mary Drayton. New 
York, Random House. I50 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 70ct65, DU6'tll7. 
NM: editorial revisions. © Mary 
Drayton; 26May66; DP6207. 

PLAYS SHORT AND HUMOROUS, BOOK III, 
for clubs, schools, churches by 
Clark R. Gustin. 46 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 230ct57, DP3178. NM: 
revisions. © Clark R. Gustin; 
17Sep66; DP6?1?. 

PLAYWRIGHTS FOR TOMORROW, VOL. 1-2, 
a collection of plays by James 
Schevill & others; edited, with an 
introd. by Arthur H. Ballet. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press. 2 v. NM: introd. & compila- 
tion. © University of Minnesota; 
17May66; A875161-87516o. 

PLEASE CALL THE PLUMBER -- THE FOUN- 
TAIN OF YOUTH IS RUNNING OVER, a 
comedy in two acts by Janice Dixon. 
106 I. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU63025. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Janice Thorne Dixon; 8Aug65; 
DU66517. 

THE PLEASURE PRINCIPLE, a comedy of bad 
manners in three acts & ten scenes by 
Barr Cutler, pseud, of Ivan Sokoloff. 
1 V. © Ivan Sokoloff; 6Sep66; 
DU66839. 

THE PLEBEIANS REHEARSE THE UPRISING, 
a German tragedy by Gunter Grass; 
trainslated by Ralph Manheim, with an 
introductory address by the author. 
1st American ed. New York, Harcourt, 
Brace & World. 122 p. (A Helen & 
Kurt Wolff book) k acts. Originally 
pub. in Germany as Die Plebejer proben 
den Aufstand. © Martin Seeker & War- 
burg, Ltd. & Harcourt, Brace & World, 
Inc.; 23Nov66; A87't756. 

PLEBEJER PROBEN DEN AUFSTAND. See 
THE PLEBEIANS REHEARSE THE UPRISING. 

PLETCHER FORDTOWN U.S.A., by Eugene 
Robert Tanz. Sheet. Radio script. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
I3JUI66; CI869O. 

PLOTZLICH; Stuck in einem Akt von Karl 
Fruchtmann. Reinbek bei Hamburg 
[Ger.] Rowohlt Verlag. 46 p. 
© Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 23Aug66; 
DFI87O. 

POCKET ALL AWRY, a three act musical 
comedy, book & lyrics by Mlrriam 
Onnaverra, pseud, of Miriam Cohen. 
38 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Miriam Cohen; 120ct66; DU67I2O. 



THE POCKET WATCH, a comedy in two acts 
by Alvin Aronson. Rev. New York, 
S. French. 70 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 25Jan56, DU^ieiS. © Alvin 
Aronson; l6Dec66; DP6247 . 

THE POET, THE EDITOR, AND THE NURSE & 
SWORDFISH AND BROADSWORDS; two short 
plays by Jack Morse. New York, 
S. French. 26 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. bDec65, DU64629. © Jack Morse; 
l6May66; DP6124 . 

POETS IN HEAVEN; or, Shakespeare in 
Heaven. By Patricia Courtney, pseud, 
of Marietta Clark. 174 1. A play. 
© Patricia Courtney; 2Sep66; 
DU66713. 

POGGATATUCK AND ASHWA . See 
THE ENCHANTED SPRING. 

POINT HOPE, by Countess Christ, pseud, 
of Charlotte A. Christ. 135 1. A 
screenplay. © Charlotte A. Christ; 
15Aug66; DU66574. 

POISON WINE VAMPIRE BIT, by Joseph A. 
Palladino. 2 1. A pantomime. 
© Joseph A. Palladino a.k.a. Joey 
Faye; 110ct66; DU67154. 

POISSON DISTRIBUTION OP NUCLEOTIDES OR 
AMINO ACIDS RELEASED BY EXOASE ACTION 
ON A SUBSTRATE, by John R. Sherman. 
Sheet. © John R. Sherman; 22Sep66; 
CI8836. 

POLITICAL PROGRAM; dedicated to the 
Democratic group of Florida composed 
& written by Kitty Keepers Voss. 
5 1. Radio script. © Kitty Keepers 
Voss; 3Aug66; CI8675. 

POLITIKAI DIVATOK. See 
SZABADSAG, SZERELEM. 

POOFi A musical comedy by Cliff 
Donley (Clifford G. Donley) 2 v. 
4 acts. © Clifford G. Donley; 
IIJUI66; DU66271. 

PORT-AU-PRINCE. See 
THE TWIN PLAYS. 

THE PORTABLE PROFESSION, an original 
one-hour television play by Mel 
Mendelow (Melvin Mendelow) 93 1. 
3 acts. © Melvin Mendelow; 22Nov66; 
DU67312. 

PORTIA OF PRETORIA; or. Who knows where 
evil lurks? An original musical 
mellerdrammer with book & lyrics by 
Richard A. Dotterer & music by James 
Cranfill. 73 1- 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Richard A. Dotterer; 
3Nov66; DU67291. 

POSITIVE DRIVING. 3 1. © American 
Safe Driving Institute; l4Dec66; 
CI9088. 

POSTMARK ZERO, by Robert Nemiroff. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Robert 
Nemiroff; 9May66 (in notice: 1965); 
DP6IO9. 

POTOMAC FEVER, by Elizabeth Rousch. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Elizabeth 
Ann Rousch; 3Aug66; DU66494. 
THE PRAIRIE MONSTER, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Romeo Brin. 31 1. © Romeo Br in; 
270ct66; DU67IO8. 

PRAISE OF FOLLY, a play in two acts 
by Roy R. Kuljian. 1 v. © Roy R. 
Kuljian; 17Aug66; DU66717. 

PRAY FOR THE FAVONIAN, a play by T. M. J. 
(Theodore M. Jenkins) 124 1. 
© Theodore Malcolm Jenkins; 5Dec66; 
DU67404. 
PRE-READING LISTENING SKILLS, VOL. Ill, 
by Selma Greenberg & Anita Gurian. 
]. v. Recording script. © Class- 
room Materials Co.; 2Dec66; CI906O. 

PRE-READING LISTENING SKILLS, VOL. IV, 
by Selma Greenberg & Anita Gurian. 
12 1. Recording script. © Class- 
room Materials Co.; 2Dec66; Cig059. 



PRESENT SITUATION IN VIETNAM, See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
PRESENT SITUATION IN VIETNAM. 

THE PRESIDENT SPEAKS: CHESTER A. 
ARTHUR. 1 V. A radio script. 
© Kay sons International, Ltd.; 
25Aug66; CI8734. 

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE: 3 act comedy 
by Cora Sue Seward. 40 1. With set 
design. © Cora Sue Seward; 29Aug66; 
DU66677. 

THE PRICE, a three act plav by Maia 
Wojcleohowska. 1st draft. 93 1. 
© Maia Wojciechowska; ?lNov66; 
DU67305. 

THE PRICE OF FREEDOM, by David L. 
Darrar. Sheet. Spoken recitation. 
© David L. Darrar; 20Dec66; CI9054 . 



PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. 
FIRST IMPRESSIONS. 



See 



PRIESTS AT DACHAU, by Roland Pritikin. 
7 1. © Roland Pritikin; 310ct66; 
CI896O. 

PRINCE LEVY, by Avraham Inlender. 

98 1. A play with music. Book & 
lyrics only. © Avraham Inlender; 
24Aug66; DU66768. 

THE PRINCE OF PEASANTMANIA, a play in 
3 acts by Frank Gagliano. 1 v. 
© Frank Gagliano; 28jun66; DU662IO. 

PRISCILLA, by William J. Bond. 14 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states new matter complements 
portions of Longfellow's The court- 
ship of Miles Standish. © William J. 
Bond; 15Nov66; DU67331. 

PRIVATE SECRETARY, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Nayna Leonard, pseud, of Nana M. 
Smith. 31 1. © Nana M. Smith; 
20Dec66; DU67490. 

THE PRIZE FIGHT FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF 
THE WORLD, by Loney Lewis. 5 1. 
A satire. © Loney Lewis; 2Sep66; 
DU667II. 

PROGRESS OF RICHARD HUNTER. See 
FAME AND FORTUNE. 

PROJECTION ONE; one act play by Con- 
suela M. Provost. 10 1. © Con- 
suela M. Provost; llAug66; DU66549. 

THE PROMENADING FIREBIRD, a play in 
three acts by Douglas M. Young. 

99 1. © Douglas M. Young; 5Dec66; 
DU67412. 

THE PROMETHEAN BIND, by A. M. C. (Anne 
Marie Corbett) 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Anne Marie Corbett; 310ct66; 
DU67139. 

PROMISE ME DARLING, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Doris Harden. 31 1. © Doris Harden; 
270c t66; DU67IIO. 

THE PROMISED DAY, a play in two acts by 
Peter Aries, pseud, of Peter Arguellee. 
61 1. © Peter Arguelles; 2Nov66; 
DU67147. 



PROPHET AND CARPENTER. 
THREE CHURCH DRAMAS. 



See 



THE PROPOSAL, by Carol Glaser. I5 1. 
A play. Adapted from The egoist by 
George Meredith. © Carol A. Glaser; 
40ct66; DU67046. 

THE PROVINCIALS, a two-act musical 
comedy-drama. Book & lyrics by 
James Monos. Music by George Quincy. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© James Monos; 29Aug66; DU66509. 

PRZYGODA POD PSEM. (Biuro tajnych 
detektyw6w) Sztuka lalkowa w 
trzech aktach by Ryszard Raduszewski. 
33 1. © Authors Agency; 15Aug66; 
DU6672I. 



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PSYCHOSYNTHESE, ein Sketch von George 
A. von Ihering. 13 1. 3 Szenen. 
© George A. von Ihering; 170ct66; 
DU57013. 

PUBLISHED IN PARIS, a play In three 

acts by Wayne C. Harlow. 1 v. 

© Wayne Clifford Harlow; 27Jul66; 
DU66407. 

LE PUISSANT LEVAIN. (The great 
awakener) Conference sur la 
Science Chr^tienne de Martin N. 
Heafer. 50 1. © Martin N. Heafer; 
200ct66; CI89IO. 

PULL DOWN THE SHADES, a play by Carmine 
De Lucia. 1 v. 3 acts. © Carmine 
De Lucia; l8jul66; DU6632't . 

PUMPKIN SEEDS, by Lydia Pepeskul. 
83 1. A play. © Lydia Pepeskul; 
12Aug66; DU66605. 

PUNCH PLAYS TEACHER, by Louis Emile 
Duranty, translated & adapted by Lisl 
Beer. Boston, Branden Press. 
22 p. (The Silver series of puppet 
plays) From Theatre des Marionnettes 
du Jardin des Tuileries. © Branden 
Press; 23Mar66; A848910. 

PUNKIN' HEAD, a comedy with music. 

Book by Gretchen McKee & Chas. Jones, 
music & lyrics by Charles Jones & 
Malcolm Bessom. 1 v. 2 acts. Based 
on an Idea by Charles Jones. 
© Charles M. Jones & Malcolm E. 
Bessom; 30Nov66; DU6737O. 

PUPIL. See 
THE PARENTS. 

PUPPET LOVE, a one act play by Mike 
Major (Michael Joseph Major) 
36 1. © Michael Joseph Major; 
30Sep66; DU66925. 

THE PUPPETEER, by Bruce Stuart, pseud, 
of Stewart H. Benedict. 25 1. 
A play. Adapted from the German 
of Arthur Schnitzler. © Stewart H. 
Benedict; 10Aug66; DU66536. 

PUPPETS, PUPPETS ALL, a new play in 
three acts & one epilogue by Armand 
Russo. 79 1. © Armand H. Russo; 
12Sep66; DU66815. 

A PURIMDIGE BIRTHDAY, by Zara Shakow. 
17 1. A play. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 20NOV35, D40733. NM: revision. 
© Zara Shakow; 210ct66; DU67053. 

PUSS IN BOOTS, an operetta for children 
by Barbara Jo Bort. 2 v. A fairy 
tale. With music. © Barbara Jo Bort; 
9Sep66; DU66571. 

PUSS IN BOOTS; PPX Enterprises, 

author of play, Frank Metis, author 
of music. 1 v. © PPX Publishing, 
a division of PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 
200ct66; DU6717'*. 
PUTTING ON THE DOG, a pantomime sketch 
for television by Marvin Goldstein. 
31. k scenes. © Marvin Goldstein; 
9Nov66; DU 67288. 

PUTTING THE BIBLE TO MUSIC; 9 plays 
written and composed by Lawrence 
Waddy. 1 v. With music. © Lawrence 
Heber Waddy; 22Jun66; DU66562. 



Q. 



Q FOR QUASIMODO, a play in two acts 
by Harold Yablonsky. 1 v. © Cressa 
Roma Films & Harold Yablonsky; 
IIJUI66; DU66259. 

QUANTITY BUYING OF CONSTRUCTION MATE- 
RIALS FOR STANDARD PROJECTS, by Guy 
P. Thlbaudeau. 3 1- Address. 
© Guy P. Thibaudeau; 29Sep66; CI8852. 

QUANTIZATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIA- 
TION, PART II: DISTANCE BETWEEN 
PARTICLES; lecture prepared for oral 
delivery by Jesse Elson. 8 1. 
© Jesse Elson; l6Jun65; C18577. 



QUEEN OF CHINA; or, Hanoi Hanna, radio 
star. A play by Ronald Tavel. 15 1. 
A screenplay. © Ronald Tavel; 
22Jul66; DU66373. 
THE QUEER BATTALION, a comedy in three 
acts by H. Charles Franklin. 46 1. 
© H. Charles Franklin; 70ct66; 
DU66972. 

QUERIDOS MIOS, ES PRECISO CONTAROS 
CIERTAS COSAS. See 
MY DEAR FRIENDS, IT'S TIME WE GET 
CERTAIN THINGS STRAIGHT. 
QUEST FOR DIGNITY. See 

SPOTLIGHT ON THE CELLAR. 
A QUESTION OF ORDER; or. The black box. 
One act play by Consuela M. Provost. 
12 1. © Consuela M. Provost; llAug66; 
DU66550. 
QUICK! RUN, RUN, JIMP'. A game in three 
acts by Donald Strandtmann. 89 1. 
© Donald Strandtmann; lAug66; DU66460 
A QUIET PLACE, by Leon Richard Kaye . 
47 1. A play in 5 scenes. © Leon 
Richard Kaye; 30ct66; DU66951. 
QUIET PLACE IN THE SUN, a play in one 
act by Emily Dean Heilman. 35 1. 
© Emily Dean Heilman; 5Deo66; DU67410. 



R 



R.U.R. REVISITED. See 
ALL SYSTEMS GO. 

RADIO LOCATOR, by Ray J. Hall, Jr. 
5 1. © Ray J. Hall, Jr.; 270ct66; 
CI8905. 

RADIO NAVIGATION; PRIVATE PILOT GROUND 
SCHOOL, SECTION A-B, NARRATION, 
by Paul E. Sanderson. 2 v. Scripts 
of disc recorded narrations to be 
reproduced as educational lectures. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1961, 
CI4138-14139. NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
6jui66; C18719, 18722. 

RAILROAD TO FREEDOM. See 

THE STORY OF HARRIET TUBMAN. 

THE RAIN MYTH, by William H. Claflin. 
88 1. A play in 3 acts. © William 
Holden Claflin; 15Aug66; DU66577. 

THE RAM'S HORNS, by Elsie Reed, pseud, 
of Edith A. Murdock. 1 v. A play in 
2 parts. © Edith A. Murdock; 
llAug66; DU66353. 

EL RANCHERITO JUAN, a dramatico-musical 
composition for children in Spanish 
by John Forsman. 2 v. © John Vaino 
William Forsman; 60ct66; DU67O57 . 

RANGER HAL AND HIS FOREST PALS, by 
Judy Kretsinger, Harold M. Shaw, Jr. 
& Jere Hathaway Wright (Geraldine 
Hathaway Wright) 1 v. A script. 
With music. © Judy Kretsinger, 
Harold M. Shaw, Jr. & Jere Hathaway 
Wright; 200ct66; DU67024. 

RAPUNZEL, by Constance R. Herz. 14 x. 
A play. Book & lyrics only. 
© PPX Pub., division of PPX Enter- 
prises, Inc. & Constance R. Herz; 
17Nov66; DU67264. 

RASPUTIN, a play in seven scenes by 

Lance Lee. 119 1- © Lance Wilds Lee; 
4Aug66; DU66497. 

REACH FOR THE SKY! A musical farce in 
two acts adapted & written by Stephen 
Levin, music & lyrics by Joel fr 
Stephen Levin. 1 v. © Stephen 
John Levin & Joel Richard Levin; 
15Aug66; DU66339. 
REACH HIGH, BUT DON'T GRAB; two act 
play by Erie Lawrence, pseud, of 
Lawrence Earl Ray. 31 !• ® Lawrence 
Earl Ray; 22Jul66; DU66378. 

READER'S GUIDE, READY REFERENCE; record- 
ing script by Violet Priestley. 
1 V. © Violet Priestley; 30Aug66; 
CI8809. 



THE READYBIRD, by Richard Cook. 32 1. 
A play. © Richai'C Cook; 14Jul66- 
DU66297 . 

A REAL FRANK DAY, by Richard Porter. 

1 V. A play in 3 scenes. © Richard 

A. Porter; 30ct66; DU66947 . 
THE REAL PLACE OF CREDIT UNIONS IN THE 

ECONOMY, by Howard C. Custer. 38 1. 

A study. © Cuna Mutual Insuranc- 

Society; 21Sep66; CI6835. 

REALIZATION OF HATE, by Gertrude May 
Gendusa. 4 1. © Gertrude May Gen- 
dusa; 100ct66; C18875. 

REAR OF THE BUS. See 

FOUR AND TVffiNTY-PrVE MAKES SEVENTEEN. 

THE REBEL IN THE GRAY FLANNEL SUIT, a 
three act play by Arthur Cascioli. 
44 1. © Arthur Robert Cascioli; 
22Aug66; DU66646. 

RECEPTOR TONUS, A NEURAL THERAPY, a 
lecture by Raymond L. Nimmo. 
18 1. © Raymond L. Nimmo; 30ct66; 
CI8902. 

RECORDING DECREES FOR AMERICA BY 

MRS. G, W, BALLARD AND I AM STUDENTS- 
Jan. 1, 1965, Chicago, 111. Record-' 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
1 V. © Saint Germain Press, Inc • 
29Sep66; CI8859. 

RECORDING ELEVEN, by Rhoda Hart. 3 1. 
Recording script. © Rhoda Hart; 
26Aug66; CI879O. 

RECORDING TEN, by Rhoda Hart. 3 1. 
Recording script. © Rhoda Hart: 
10Jun66; CI8794. 

THE RECREATION ROOM, by Dick Peacock 
(Richard B. Peacock) 16 1. A play. 
© Richard B. Peacock; 100ct66; 
DU66977 . 

RED HED ENTERPRISES PROVIDES A COM- 
PLETE SHOW BIZ PACKAGE, by Verlin 
J. Speeks. 3 1. A lecture. 
© Verlin J. Speeks; 250ct66; CI8914. 

RED MIDNIGHT, by James A. Newslow. 
Version 1-2. 2 v. Scripts for a 
motion picture. © Premier Produc- 
tions, inc.; 2Nov66; DU67279-67280. 

THE RED PLUSH PARLOR, a musical comedy 
in 3 acts. Book by Christie Lund 
Coles, music by Larry Bastian, 
adapted by Lael J. Woodbury. 2 v. 
© Christie Lund Coles & Larry Bastian; 
15Aug66; DU66338. 



RED ROSES FOR MY GRAVE. 
JOEY, COME HOME. 



See 



REJECTION. See 
JESSE. 

RELAX IT'S FUN AND GAMES TIME, by Lola 
Cantrell. 2 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. An adaptation of the play 
Twenty five words or less. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 22Nov65, DU64442. 
NM: revision & addition. © Lola 
Cantrell; 27Dec66; DU67443. 

THE RELUCTANT PROSTITUTE, a play in one 
act by Gary Stephens. 27 1. © Gary 
Leon Stephens; 29Aug66; DU66681. 

REMINISCENCES OF CLARA CODONA. See 
CLARA. 

RENDEZVOUS, an original screenplay by 
Maxwell Anderson & Andrew Solt. 
117 1. © Gilda Oakleaf Anderson & 
Andrew Solt; 260ct66; DU66995 . 

REPORT FROM EUROPE, See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: REPORT 
FROM EUROPE. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
REPORTING FROM EUROPE. 

RESCUE MY CASTLE; music, lyrics, book 
by William Bauknecht. 1 v. A 
musical play in 2 parts. © William 
Bauknecht; l80ct66; DU67II9. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



IE RETOllH DE NICK CAP.TER; adaptation, 
i-^allsation de Jean Paul Savignac, 
dialogues de Paul Vecchiali, Denis 
Epstein (Daniel Epstein) & Jean Paul 
Savignac. 234 1. A screenplay m 
h2 sequences. D'apres le roman de 
Claude Rank, Bonibe sur table. 
© Claude Rank, Jean Paul Savignac, 
Paul Vecchiali & Daniel Epstein; 
lAug66; DU66247. 
RETURN OF A SOLDIER; three-act drama 
by Janice Dixon. 97 1. © Janice 
Thorne Dixon; 3Aug66; DU66495. 

THE RETURN OF J. J. MOWERY, a play in 
three acts by Lawrence L. Mitchell. 
121 1. © Lawrence Lee Mitchell; 
9Sep66; DU66789. 

REVIVAL, a play in three acts by T. R. 
Richer. 86 p. © T. R. Richer; 
28N0V66; DU67548. 

LA REVOLUTION SPIRITUELLE. (The 

spiritual revolution) Par Erwin D. 
Canham. l4 1. Appl. author: 
Christian Science pub. Society, 
employer for hire. © Christian 
Science Pub. Society; 8Sep66; 
CI8824 . 

REVOLUTIONISTS. See 

TRILOGY OF TOTALITARIANISM, 

RHYTHMS FROM THE LAND OF MAKE-BELIEVE, 
a record script by Lois Raebeck. 
81. © Lois Raebeck; 310ct66; 
CI899I. 

RIDE A COOL HORSE, by Philip Grayson. 
121 1. A play in 2 acts. © Philip 
Grayson; 25Jul66; DU66383 . 

RIDING EASY IN THE HARNESS, See 
EL CAMINO A LA LIBERTAD Y LA 
REALIZACION. 

RIGHT BED, WRONG HUSBAND, a farce in 
three acts and one setting by Neil 
& Caroline Schaffner. 1 v. © Neil 
E. Schaffner & Caroline H. Schaffner; 
2Aug66; DU66453. 

THE RIGHT HONOURABLE GENTLEMAN, by 
Michael Dyne. New York, Random 
House. 118 p. 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev . reg. as An element of truth, 
1962, DU55906. NM: editorial revi- 
sions. © Michael Dyne; 26May55; 
DP6205 . 

THE RING, a romantic play in two acts 
by George W. Vavruska. 12 1. 
© George William Vavruska; 3Aug56; 
DU66539. 

RIP VAN WINKLE. See 
0, RIPl 

RITZ MANOR, a tragedy in three acts by 
Carole Myers. 192 1. © Carole A. 
Myers; 70ct66; DU66966. 

RIVER TREASURE, a tale of settlers and 
pirates in the swamps of South Caro- 
lina in 1717 by Marcia Gambrell 
(Marcia Gambrell Hovick) 20 1. 
© Marcia Gambrell Hovick; 7Jul66; 
DU66563. 

ROAD-RIDER AGENT, by Thomas David 
Scheidler. 16 1. (Series no.l) 
© Thomas D. Scheidler; 5Jul66; 
DU66187 . 

A ROAD WHERE THE WOLVES RUN, by Claris 
Nelson. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Claris Nelson; 25Aug66; DU66662. 

ROCCO, THE ROLLING STONE, oy Allen 

Davis III. 33 1- A play in 7 scenes. 
© Allen Davis III; 19Aug66; DU66626. 

ROCK A BYE BABY, by Shaunee Laurence 
(Shaunee Laurence Broudy) 9 1. 
A play with music. Book & lyrics 
only. © Shaunee Laurence Broudy; 
70ct66; DU66973- 

ROCK AND ROLL AND HOLLYWOOD, by Billy 
Roberts (William M. Roberts) Sheet. 
© William M. Roberts; 17Nov66; 
CI8974. 



ROCK AND ROLL HAS GOTTA GO, a satire in 
rhyme with music; book & lyrics 
by Richard Waugh, music by Richard 
Waugh & Eddie Barefield. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Richard Waugh & Eddie 
Barefield; 5Jul66; DU6623O. 

ROLL NO.l, by Quality Bakers of America 
Cooperative. Sheet. Commercial 
script. © Quality Bakers of America 
Cooperative, Inc.; 8Aug66; CI8758. 

ROMAN DRAMA; in modern translations: 
The menaechmi, & others. Edited with 
an introd. by Robert W. Corrigan. 
New York, Dell Pub. Co. 38O p. 
(The Laurel classical drama) (Dell 
Laurel edition, 7H8O) Appl. author: 
Dell Pub. Co., employer for hire. 
NM: editorial compilation & introd. 
© Dell Pub. Co., l6Aug66; {\Q6j,h71 . 

ROMAN IMPEACHMENT, an historical olav 
by Jesse J. Johnson, 't^ 1. 3 acts. 
© Jesse J. Johnson; 21Novb6; 
DU67306. 

THE ROMANTIC, by Carol Glaser. 26 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Adapted from 
An international incident by Henry 
James. © Carol A. Glaser; 8Aug66; 
DU6665O. 

ROMEO AND JULIET, by William Shake- 
speare; introduction by Richard B. 
Sewall, suggestions for reading & 
discussion by John Sweet. Boston, 
Houghton Mifflin. 112 p. (River- 
side literary series, RS^t ) 5 acts. 
NM: Shakespeare biography, introd., 
& study aids. © Houghton Mifflin 
Co.; 190ct66; A871803. 

ROMEO IN THE WILDERNESS, a play 
by David Robinson. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© David Robinson; 15Nov66; DU67249. 

THE ROOF OVER OUR HEADS, by R. David 
Cox. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© R. David Cox; 14Nov66; DU67242. 

ROOM. See 

THE APPROPRIATION AND DISLOCATION OF 
HOUSTON BENNINGTON. 
THE ROOMMATES, by E. M. Broner. 10 I. 

Recording script. © E. M. Broner; 

19Sep66; DU66859. 

ROOMS; two one act plays by Stanley 
Mann. Better luck next time; A walk 
in dark places. New York, Random 
House. 114 p. © Stanley Mann; 
31Aug66; DP6209. 

THE ROSES, a play in three acts by 
George Newfield, pseud, of George 
William Vavruska, & Eva Newfield, 
pseud, of Eva N. Vavruska. 1 v. 
© Eva N. Vavruska & George William 
Vavruska; 9Sep66; DU66787 . 

ROVER FLIES OVER; book & lyrics by 
June Barbour (June B. Mescia), 
music by Marjorie M. Murphy. 1 v. 
A play in 2 scenes. © June B. 
Mescia & Marjorie M, Murphy; 100ct66; 
DU6698O. 
THE ROYAL ROGUES, a comedy screenplay 

written by Robinson Stockham, pseud. 

of Linda Juanlta Stockham. 80 1. 

4 acts. Based on an idea created by 

Elolse Condlt . © Linda Juanlta 

Stockham; 200ct66; DU67022. 
THE RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM, adapted 

for stage presentation by W. Frank 

Fields. 20 1. 2 acts. © W. Frank 

Fields; lSep66; DU66708. 

RUMPELSTILSKIN, by Paul E. Petrie. 
1 V. A musical play in 12 scenes. 
© Paul E. Petrie; 22Aug66; DU66737. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN, an adaptation of the 
old Teutonic fairy tale by Marcia 
Gambrell Hovick. 22 1. © Marcia 
Gambrell Hovick (Marcia Gambrell); 
29Aug66; DU66486. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN; PPX Enterprises, 
author of play; Frank Metis, author 
of music. 1 V. © PPX Publishing, 
a division of PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 
200ct66; DU6717I. 



RUMPELSTILZCHEN; or. The miller's 

daughter, by Luella Feiertag. 11 1. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book only. 
© Luella Feiertag; 9Sep66; DU66560. 

RUN BUDDY RUN: TOWN HERO. Written by 
Kleg Seth, pseud, of Ole J. Klegseth. 
?6 1. A screenplay in ? acts. 
© Ole J. Klegseth; 21Nov66; DU67299- 

RUN IN THE NIGHT, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
John F. Branchi. 30 1. © John F. 
Branchi; 28Jul66; DU66433. 

THE RUNAWAY GOVERNMENT, a screenplay by 
Olaf de MattoE (Olavo P. de Mattos) 
& Tony Ruggero. 64 1. © Olaf de 
Mattos & Tony Ruggero; 250ct66; 
DU6706O. 

RUNNING AWAY FROM HOME, an original 
screenplay by Erford Bedient. 
131 1. © Erford H. Bedient; 22Aug66; 
DU66738. 

RUTH, a Biblical opera in one act by 
Isaac Van Grove; libretto adapted 
freely from The book of Ruth by 
Janice Lovoos. 50 p. © Isaac Van 
Grove & Janice Lovoos; 28Nov66; 
DU67457. 



SACRED COUCH, a play in two acts by 
Evelyn Langenkamp. 110 1. © Evelyn 
Langenkamp; 8Aug66; DU66524 . 

THE SAGA OF CLIFFORD SOARING LOON; 
original story & screenplay by Marc 
Wyler, pseud, of Michael Feith, & 
Claire Kincade, pseud, of Claire 
Feith. 64 1. © Marc Wyler & Claire 
Kincade; 7Sep66; DU66778. 

SAINT GEORGE, a merry Christmas enter- 
tainment adapted for performance 
with piano, four hand^ by John David 
Lamb. 52 1. From the traditional 
old English mumming plays, © John 
David Lamb; 12Aug66; DU66558. 

SAINT PEPPY OF THE TIN CANS, a two 
act play by Richard Jones. 13^ 1. 
© Richard Jones; flNov66; DU67300. 

ST, PETER'S CHURCH IN VATICANO. See 
LA BASILICA DI SAN PIETRO IN VATICANO. 

SAINT PHILOMENA, THE DAMNED, by 

Ronald Mele. 31. A play. © Ronald 
Mele; 170ct66; DU67OI6. 

SALAD DAYS; book & lyrics by Dorothy 
Reynolds & Julian Slade, music by 
Julian Slade. [England] S. French. 
74 p. (French's acting edition) 
A musical entertainment In 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
lyrics prev. reg. 1954. NM: book. 
© Dorothy Reynolds & Julian Slade; 
31Dec6l; DFI862. 

SALADIN, a play in three acts by Brian 
McKinney. 1 v. © Brian C. McKinney; 
240ct66; DU67080. 

SALESMEN ANONYMOUS, by Richard Munro 
(Richard Munro Williams) 23 1,. 
© Richard Munro Williams; 25Aug66; 
CI8820. 

SAME SONG - SECOND VERSE, a play in 
two acts & 10 scenes by Ben Chambers. 
61 1. ©Ben Cham.bers; 25Jul66; 
DU66396. 

SAME TIME SAME PLACE, by N. S. Bobbins. 

23 1. A play. © N. S. Robbins; 

24 0ct66; DU67089. 

THE SAND CASTLE, a play in two acts by 
Richard Frank Roberts. 41 1. © Rich- 
ard F. Roberts; 12Sep66; DU66810. 

SANDCHERRY SUMMER, a Nebraska sod- 
buster play in three acts by Olive 
Van Metre. 1 v. © Olive Van Metre; 
50ct66; DU66962. 



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127 



SANDHEDEN, DER VAEKKER OS. (The great 
awakener) Et foredrag om Kristen 
Videnskab af Martin N. Heafer. 
25 1. © Martin N. Heafer; 200ct66; 
CI8909. 

SANTA GLAUS AND THE ASTRONAUT, a one 
act play in three scenes by Susan 
Graham Erwin (Susan Graham Erwin 
Williamson) 1 v. © Susan E. 
Williamson; 13Jul66; DU663IO. 

SANTA GOES TO THE MOON, by Elizabeth A. 
Galbo. 11 1. A play. © Elizabeth 
A. Galbo; 29Aug66; DU66481. 

SANTA'S DILEMMA, a musical play. E^ Doris 
I. Jones, author & composer; & 
Barbara Pouoher, author, musician, 
director. 1 v. 3 acts. NM: revision 
& addition. © Doris I. Jones & 
Barbara Foucher; 22Jul66; DU66282. 

sAtin cloak. See 
TAMIM. 

SAVONAROLA, a drama in two acts by 
Kathleen Lombardo. 39 1. © Kath- 
leen Lombardo; 240ct66; DU67197. 

THE SCARECROW, a one-act play by I. E. 
Clark. 1 V. (A Stage magic play) 
© I. E. Clark; 6Sep66; A861203. 

SCTINES FROM THE FAMILY ALBUM, a dramatic 
comedy by Marvin Alyn Brodsky. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Marvin Alyn Brodsky; 
8Sep66; DU66783. 

A SCENT OF FLOWERS, a play In three 
acts by James Saunders. [London] 
Andrew Deutsch. I05 p. © James 
Saunders; 26Apr65 ; DFI872. 

THE SCENT OF THE ROSES, a play in two 
acts by Aleen Leslie. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 89 p. © Aleen 
Leslie; 20Sep66; DP6165. 

THE SCHOLARSHIP, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Alexander Vereshagin. 54 1. 
© Alexander Vereshagin; 30Sep66; 
DU66934 . 

THE SCHOOL FOR HUSBANDS. (L'ecole des 
maris) By Moliere. A one act ver- 
sion by I. E. Clark. 1 v. (A Stage 
magic play) NM: abridgment, inter- 
polations, stage directions, Introd. 
& sketches on p.l-xvi. © I. E. Clark; 
6Sep66; A861202. 

J'HS SOilCOL FOR FLAYWRI'JrfTS, a drama 
in three acts by Seorge Ludovici. 
55 1. © George Ludcvici; 8Dec66; 
DTi67426. 
SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. See 

MY HUSBAND AND I. 
LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE, RELIGION D'UN 
AGE SCIENTIFIQUE. (Christian Science, 
religion for a scientific age) 
Conference sur la Science Chr^tienne 
de Gordon P. Campbell. I6 1. 
© Gordon P. Campbell; 200ct66; 
CI89II. 

LA SCIENZA CHRISTIANA E LE RELAZIONI 
UMANE. (Christian Science and human 
relationships) Conferenza sulla 
Scienza Christiana di Charles M. 
Carr. 39 1. © Charles M. Carr; 
i8Ju166; C18684. 
SCIENZA CRISTIANA: LA VIA DELLA PACE 
ATTIVA. (Christian Science: the way 
of active peace) Conferenza sulla 
Scienza Christiana di Lela May 
Aultman. 31 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 4Jan66, CI8176. NM: Italian 
translation. © Lela May Aultman; 
l8Jul66; CI8682. 
SCRATCH, a mordant comedy by Rose 
Leiman Schiller. 100 1. 3 acts. 
© Rose Leiman Schiller; 19Aug66; 
DU66622 . 
SCROLLS OF THE LEPER KING; screenplay 
by Jack Balch & Joseph Green. Orig- 
inal story by Jack Balch & Mel May. 
137 1. Appl. author: Mel May Produc- 
tions, Inc., emcloyer for hire. 
©Mel May Productions, Inc.; 23Sep66; 
DU66875 . 



SE ME OLVTDO TU NOMBRE; screenplay & 
adaptation by Jose L. & Ernesto 
Sanchez. 1 v. © Jose L. Sanchez 
& Ernesto Sanchez; 9Aug66; DU66527. 

THE SEANCE, a 30 minute television play 
concerning fraudulent spiritualism 
written by Bob Falkner (Robert D. 
Falkner) 27 1 . © Robert D. Falkner; 
6Dec66; DU6742I. 

THE SEASON OF MY RETURN, by Larry Dean 
Hamilton. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Larry Dean Hamilton; 5Jul66; 
DU66229. 

THE SEASONS OF ALTHEA, by Leon Richard 
Kaye. 66 1. A play. © Leon Richard 
Kaye; 21Nov66; DU67377. 

SECOND FINAL SCRIPT OF A COLOR SOUND 
SLIDE FILM ON MERCHANDISE CONTROL 
PRINT PUNCH TICKETS; prepared for 
Kimball Systems by Seymour Zweibel 
Productions. 22 1. © Kimball 
Systems, Inc.; 15Dec66; CI9089. 

A SECOND HAND DADDY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Hetty Vee Wadlow. 32 1. © Hetty 
Vee Wadlow; 19Dec66; DU67473. 

SECOND TIME AROUND, a comedy by Stephen 
Gross. 1 V. 2 acts. © Stephen G. 
Gross; 12Sep66; DU66807 . 

THE SECRET CINEMA, a paranoid fantasy 
by Paul Bartel. I5 1. A shooting 
script. © Paul Bartel; 8Sep66; 
DU669IO. 

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY, a new 
musical. Book by Joe Manchester; 
lyrics by Earl Shuman; music by Leon 
Carr. Rev. 1966. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Based on the 
classic story by James Thurber. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 25Nov64, 
DU6I633. © Joe Manchester; l8Aug66; 
DU66368 . 

SECRET SERVICE. See 
GREAT MELODRAMAS. 

THE SECRET WITHIN THE WALLS, by Michael 
J. McCarthy. 1 v. 3 acts. © Michael 
John Mc Car thy; 12Sep66; DU66806. 

THE SEDUCTION; or. Innocence preserved. 
41 1. A play. © Richard Cook; 
l4Jul66; DU663OO. 

THE SEEDS IN THE PASSES, by Robert 
Summers. 72 1. A play in 7 parts. 
© Robert Summers; 9Aug66; DU6b530. 
SEEDS IN THE WIND, a drama in three acts 
by R. F. Smith. 1 v. © R. F. Smith 
& Marie A. Dotts; 15Aug66; DU66579. 
SEIZURE OF POWER, by Ronald Lewis Davy. 
13 1. A play in 3 acts. © Ronald 
Lewis Davy; 15Jul66; DU663OI. 
SEJArJS, See 

BEN JOKSON: SEJANUS. 
SERIAL READER PUNCH, form no.R31-0052, 
by International Business Machines 
Corp. 1 V. Film script. © Inter- 
national Business Machines Corp.; 
5Jul66; CI8667. 
THE SERPENT MAN; written by Burley 

Lewis. ?6 1. A screenplay. © Burley 
Lewis; 100ct66; DUbY296. 
SERVETUS, a full-length play written by 
Charlotte Kraft. 1 v. 4 acts. 
© Charlotte Kraft; 12Sep66; DU66816. 
SERVICE IS A 7-LETTER WORD; sound 
slidefilm for Dow Corning Corp. 
35 1. © Dow Corning Corp.; 7Nov66; 

c 18965. 

SESSIONS IN HYPNOTIC TRANS-POR FOR SELF 
IMPROVEMENT. 1 v. 8 talks. © Insti- 
tute of Applied Hypnosis, Inc.; 
100ct66; CI8874. 
SETH, by Bill Majeski. 85 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Bill Majeski; 7Sep66; 
DU66777 . 
SEVEN GOLDEN MEN; screen adaptation 
by Gastad Green, Harold Silverman 
& Francis Ruther. 192 1. 103 scenes. 
From the novel The seven golden men, 
by Gastad Green. MA: complete re- 
vision. © Atlantica Cinematograf ica 
Produzione Films, S.R.L.; 9Sep66; 
DU66508. 



SEVEN PINTS OP BAD BLCOD, a musical . 
Book by Tata Botboou: ( Florence 
Bosboom) 1 V. 2 qc*'^. Book only. 
© Tata Bosboom; 28Dec66; DU67455. 

SEVEN SHORTER PLAYS, by Crane Johnson. 
New York, Theatre Press. 52 p. 
© Crane Johnson: eAug6(:; A862048. 

SETON WAYS TO WIN. See 
JACK POT BINGO, 

1776; or. The aggravation of John Adams. 
A musical by Sherman Edv;ards. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Sher- 
man Edwards; 6Sep66; DU66506. 

THE 79-TH INFANTRY DIVISION, an origi- 
nal story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Warren Wheeler. 33 1. 
© Warren Wheeler; 29Jul66; DU66440. 

SHADES OF AUNT JANE, a one act play in 
2 scenes by Elizabeth Lello. Frank- 
lin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 26 p. 
(Eldridge popular one-act playscripts) 
©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 13Sep66; DP6236. 

SHADES OF GREY, by James E. Maronek. 
51. A play. © James E. Maronek; 
110ct66; DU67134. 

THE SHADOW, a story created & adapted 
for television by Nick Shevchik 
(Nicholas Shevchik) & Walter E. Par- 
sley. 27 1. © Nicholas Shevchik & 
Walter E. Parsley; 22Aug66; DU66643. 
SHADOW OF A THIEF, by Steven Kandell 
& Peter Furcell, pseud, of Victor P. 
Satinsky. 147 1- A screenplay. 
© Victor P. Satinsky; 240ct66; 
DU67066 . 
THE SHADOWBOXER, by Raymond Winslow, 
pseud, of Earl Raymond Kelly. 47 1. 
A play in 5 scenes. © Earl Raymond 
Kelly; 3Nov66; DU6720I. 

SHADOWS OF THE EVENING. See 

SUITE IN THREE fCEYS. 
SHAKERTOWN REVISITED, by Russell H, 

Miller. 68 1. A play in 2 acts. 

© Russell H. Miller; 13Sep66; 

DU66895. 

SHAKESPEARE IN HEAVEN. See 
POETS IN HEAVEN. 

THE SHAMMONS, a modern tragedy in two 
=>cts by Lowell Lynn. 97 1. © Lowell 
Lynn; 27Sep66; DU66881. 

SHAMUS AND THE DIDDLEBONGS, a one act 
play by Mary Kate Tews. 36 1. 
© Mary Kate Tews; llJul66; DU66269. 

THE SHANTY BOAT; story & screenplay by 
Douglas Mulr. 14 1 1 . © Douglas 
Floyd Muir; l8jul66; DU66333 . 

SHARE BATH, a comedy in three acts by 
P. M. Clepper. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 84 p. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 20Sep66; DP6l64. 

SHARE THE MEN, a fantasy in one act 
by Emily Dean Heilman. 49 1. 
© Emily Dean Heilman; 5Dec66; 
DU6741I. 

A SHATTERED DREAM; screenplay by James 
Jenkins, original music & lyric by 
James Jenkins & Felton Sparks, Jr. 
1 V. Based upon an original play 
Shattered dream by the same author. 
© James Jenkins; 25Jul66; DU66274 . 

SHATTERED SHELLS, a satiric play by 

Eugene Goheen. 1 v. 7 scenes. 

©Eugene Harvey Goheen; 2Dec66; 
DU67402. 

THE SHAWS OF SYNGE STREET, by John 

'Donovan. Dixon, Calif., Proscenium 
Press. 47 p. (The Lost play series, 
no. 2) 3 acts. © John O'Donovan; 
lAug66; DP6217. 

SHE STOOPS IN ARAPAHOE SPRINGS, by 

David Larson. 58 1. a play in 2 acts. 
Based on She stoops to conquer by 
Oliver Goldsmith. © David Jeremy 
Larson & Betty Ann Larson; 100ct66; 
DU66894 . 



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SHE STOOPS a?0 CONQUER. See 

MABRY ME. 

SHE STOOPS IN ARAPAHOE SPRINGS. 
THE WINNING MISS. 
THE SHEFFIELD TWINS, a play in three 
acts by Mitsu Yamamoto. 1 v. 
© Mitsu Yamamoto; 29Aug66; DUbbbOO. 

THE SHEIK OF NEW YORK, an original 
screenplay by Kurt Hirschler. 
50 1. © Kurt Hirschler; 28Jul66; 
DP6190. 
SHELTER AREA, by Nick Boretz. 3 acts. 
(In Playwrights for tomorrow, A. H. 
Ballet, editor. Minneapolis, Uni- 
versity of Minnesota Press, v. 2, 
p. 75-150) © Nick Boretz; 17May66; 
DP620O . 
SHIFT TO NEUTRAL; written by Victor F. 
Rlzzo. 4 1. A recording script. 
© Victor F. Rizzo; 8riec66; 019070. 

THE SHINY RED BALL, a play In one act 
by Clave Haubold. New York, S. French. 
16 p. © Samuel French, Inc.; 
26May66; DP6089. 
THE- SHOEMAKER AND THE ELVES, by 

Michael Fields. 8 1. © Michael 

Allan Fields; 2Dec66; DP6231. 

SHOEMAN-PORTMAN FORD, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. Sheet. Radio script. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
I3JUI66; CI8692. 

THE SHOJI DOOR, a screenplay by Tita 
Lanser (Margaret Judith Lanser) 

1 V. © Tita Lanser; lJul66; DU66166. 

SHORT HOP TO OHIO, by Judith Morley 
(Judith Morley Levitan) 20 1. 
A play. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
The Joker, llMar63, DUS7275 . NM: 
changed & added dialogue. © Judith 
Morley Levitan; 6sep66; DU66838. 

SHOW ME A RICH MAW! Book & lyrics by 
Armand Aulicino, music by Frank Gas- 
kin Fields. 1 v. A new musical 
comedy in two acts. Based on the 
novels by the Soviet Mark Twains: 
Ilya Ilf & Eugene Petrov. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 13Dec65, DU65369. 
NM: additions. © Armand Daniel 
Aulicino & Frank C-askin Fields; 
17Aug66; DU66419. 

SICK COMEDY, by Jack Golden. 30 1. 
Monologue. © Jack Golden; lNov66; 

c 189 63. 

17 TAGE UND 1 MINUTEN; burleske Oper in 
drei Akten (fllnf Blldern) von Werner 
Egk. Mainz, B. Schott's S"6hne. 
318 p. (Edition Schott 5540) Nach 
Calderon El mayor encanto amor. 
Klavierauszug. © B. Schotfs Sohne; 
25May66; DFO-1483. 

SIGNS OF LIFE, a one act play by James 
Auker. 14 1. © James E. Auker; 
I3OUI66; DU66509. 

THE SILENT MEN, a play in one act by 
Robert Somerfeld. 8 1. © Robert 
Somerfeld; 21Sep66; DU66869. 

THE SILK AND GOLDEN DIAMOND STUDDED 
WALL, by Jasper Oddo. 47 1. A play 
in 1 act. © Jasper Samual Oddo; 
2IJUI66; DU66355. 

THE SILVER BUTTON, a musical for chil- 
dren; book by Dorothy Hodapp, music 
& lyrics by Edward C. Redding. 2 v. 
Based on Robert Louis Stevenson's 
Kidnappf^d. © Edward C. Redding; 
20Sep66; DU66868. 

SIMON SAYS; words & music by Curtis 
Knight. 3 sheets. © PPX Pub., a 
division of PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 
l8Aug66; CI8728. 

SINCE THE WHEEL, by Max G. Weine. 1 v. 

A play in 3 acts. © Max G. Weine; 

22Aug66; DU66642. 
THE SINGLE STATE, an address by Bensel 

R. Smythe. 2 1. © Bensel Robert 

Smythe; 26Aug66; C18739. 



SIT THERE IN YOUP NOTHING SPACE AND lOOK 
FORWARD TO TOMORROW STRING, by Anne 
Greco. 58 1. A play in 4 scenes. 
© Anne Greco; 9Sep66; DU669O7. 

6,000,000, a play in nine scenes by 
Irving S. Rlchter, 130 1. © Irving 
S. Rlchter; 21Nov66; DU67152. 

SIXTH GRADE DISCUSSION ow HUMAN REPRO- 
DUCTION, by Margaret Von Selle. 
1 V. Script. © Margaret Von Selle; 
22Nov66; CI9035. 

SKEET SHOOTING. 1 v. Pilmstrip 
script. © Olln Mathieson Chemical 
Corp.; 18Nov66; CI905I. 

A SKELETON IN EVERY CLOSET, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Laura Henley. 30 1. © Laura Hen- 
ley; 28Ju166; DU66430. 

SKETCHES FROM MIDDLE AGE, by Okey E. 
Chenoweth. I, v. © Okey E. Chenoweth: 
5Jul66; DU66228. 

SKIN GAME AND ROSES, a one act play by 
Wright Houghland. 16 1. © Wright 
Houghland; 20Sep66; DU66866 . 

SKINNY AND FATTY. See 

WELTSCHMERZ, SKINNY AND FATTY. 

SKITS & SKETCHES; ten comedy blackouts 
written by Irving Harris. 1 v. 
© Irving Harris; 25Apr66; DP6121. 

SLADE RULED SUPREME, a screenplay by 
George Savage & George Savage, Jr. 
118 1. © George Savage & George 
Savage, Jr.; 170ct66; DU67012. 

THE SLAVE GIRL; play by Mary U. 

Glazener. Nashville, Broadman Press. 
4o p. 3 scenes. © Broadman Press; 
l6May66; DP6129. 

THE SLEEPING BAG, a romantic farce by 
Robert Patrick O'Connor. 1 v. A 
play in 2 acts. © Robert Patrick 
O'Connor; 22Aug66; DU66628. 

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY, a three act play 
in verse by Willie E. Strickland, Sr. 
11 1. ©Willie E. Strickland, Sr. ; 
28N0V66; DU67359. 

SLEEPING BEAUTY, by Constance R. Herz. 
13 1. A play. Text only. © PPX 
Pub., division of PPX Enterprises, 
Inc., & Constance R. Herz; 17Nov66; 
DU67263. 
THE SLING SHOT, a dramatic play with 
musical compositions by Helen Weston 
Snow. 37 1. 3 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Helen Weston Snow; 50ct66; 
DU66828. 
SLOW FUSE TO OBLIVION, by Daniel E. 
Segal. Ill 1. A screenplay in 34 
scenes. © Daniel Alan Segal & Erna 
Segal; 12Jul66; DU66287. 
SLOWLY, SLOWLY LIKE A FLOWER, a play in 
two acts by Vincent Williams. 
92 1. © Vincent Williams; 15Dec66; 
DU67468. 
A SMALL CANDLE, a play in three acts 
by Milton A. Calne. 1 v. © Milton 
A. Calne; 13Jul66; DU66413. 
A SMALL PLACE IN TIME, by Prances Tysen 
Nutt. 70 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Frances Tysen Nutt (Mrs. Henry H. 
Nutt); 30Aug66; DU66797 . 
SMOKE JUMPERS, an original story written 
& adapted for television by James H. 
Johnston. 32 1. © James H. Johnston; 
30Sep66; DU66932. 

SNAP HAPPY, a comedy in three acts by 
Giuseppe Di Giola. 1 v. © Giuseppe 
Di Giola; lAug66; DU66455. 

SNEAKY: music by Celia Merrill Turner, 
lyrics by Erni Savoi, pseud, of 
Ernest J. Savoie, book by Erni Savoi 
& Celia Merrill Turner. 1 v. Based 
on a play The death and life of 
Sneaky Fitch by James L. Rosenberg. 
Appl. states prev. reg. Mar. I965, 
65-14530. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Celia Merrill Turner; 3Nov66; 
DU672OO. 



SNOW WHITE; PPX Enterprises, 

author of play, Frank Metis, author 
of music. 1 V. © PPX Publishing, 
a division of PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 
200ct66; DU67175. 

SNOW WHITE AND ROSE RED, a Scandinavian 
adaptation of the ancient fairy tale 
by Marcia Gambrell Hovlck. 11 1. 
© Marcia Gambrell Hovlck (Marcia 
Gambrell); 29Aug66; DU66487. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, by 
Judith K. Davenport. 36 1. A musi- 
cal play in 6 scenes. Book & lyrics 
only. NM: additions 8e revisions. 
© Judith K. Davenport; 24Aug66; 
DU664 17 . 

SNOWBUNNY, a comedy farce in three 
acts by James Jay Allen. IO6 1. 
© James Jay Allen; 8Nov66; DU67214 . 

SO HELP ME, CLARENCE; created & written 
by Evelyn Hall. 52 1. A television 
play. © Evelyn S. Hall; 19Jul66; 
DU66207. 

SO LONG, REDEMPTION CENTER, a chancel 
drama written to be performed as 
Readers Theatre, by Louise Morgan, 
pseud, of Louise Stiernberg. 20 1. 
© Louise Morgan; 100c t66; Cl8840. 

SOCRATES (FIRST STATE), by Elton Miles. 
122 p. 3 acts. © Elton R. Miles; 
lJun66; DP6134. 

SOLDIER IN VIET NAM, a gospel spiel by 
Howard Sharp & Lorene J. Williams. 
2 1. © Lion Pub. Co., Inc.; 19Sep66; 
C18783. 

SOME noOL CALCULATIONS, by Lennox 

Industries. 5 1. Recording script. 
© Lennox Industries, Inc.; 28Nov66; 
018982. 

SOME SORT OF PROTEST, a one act play 
by Michael deGuzman. 42 1. © Michael 
deGuzman; 24Aug66; DU66659. 

SOMEONE'S CRYING, by Jasper Oddo. 
42 1. A play in 1 act. © Jasper 
Samual Oddo; 21 Jul 66; DU66357. 

SOMETHING BUT THE TRUTH, a three-act 
play by Bernard Roshco. 103 1. 
©Bernard Roshco; 22Dec66; DU67507 • 

SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW, by 

Jasper Oddo. 41 1. A play in 1 act. 
© Jasper Samual Oddo; 21Jul66; 
DU66356. 

SOMETHING SPECIAL ABOUT JOE, a musical 
comedy; book, music & lyrics by 
Marja Lange, pseud, of Mary Jane 
Masten. 1 v. 3 acts. © Mary Jane 
Hasten; l4Nov66; DU67244 . 

SON OF ALADDIN,, a play for children in 
two acts by Richard Posner. 40 1. 
© Richard Posner; 12Jul66; DU66313. 

SONDRA, by Fred Feirstein. 37 1. 
A play. © Fred Feirstein; 15Jun66; 
DU66179. 

SONG AT TWILIGHT. See 
SUITE IN THREE KEYS. 

THE SONG CARUSO SANG, a short story 
adapted for Readers Theatre by 
George P. McCallum. 29 1. A play. 
© George Patrick McCallum; 7Sep66; 
DU66772 . 
THE SONG OF CAEEMON, a two-act play by 
Mary Jean Parson. 30 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. ©Mary 
Jean Parson; 110ct66; DU66892. 

THE SONG OF DEBORAH, an adaptation 
from the Old Testament poem and 
story by Marcia Gambrell Hovlck. 
22 1. © Marcia Gambrell Hovlck 
(Marcia Gambrell) ; 29Aug66; DU66489. 

SONG OF SURRENDER, by Goldle P. Sutton. 
98 1. A play in 2 acts. © Goldle P. 
Sutton; 29Aug66; DU66684 . 

SONG OF THE KAMA-SUTRA, by Nicholas 
Wilde, pseud, of Milton Klonsky. 
20 1. A dramatized version of the 
Kama-Sutra intended for records. 
© Milton Klonsky; 3Nov66; CI9OO6. 



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SONG QUEST, See 

MAYPOLE VILLAGE SEBIES. 

SONGS FROM THE SECOND CITY. ?6 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Second City^ Inc.; 2Dec66; DU67£'86. 

SONNET 29, a playlet with prologue, 
laid in London by Carleton Healy. 
17 1. 1 act. © Carleton Healy; 
lDec66; DUeT^tOO. 

SONNY'S COMING HOME, a play in two acts 
by Marvin Alyn Brodsky. 1 v. 
© Marvin Alyn Brodsky; lDeo66; 
DU67397. 
SOPHIA AND BlilDGETT, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Bridgett Paul, pseud, of Bridgett J. 
Sefcik. S't 1. © Bridgett J. Sefcik; 
29Jul66; DU66438. 

SOULS IN CONFLICT;, by Joy Harrington. 
29 1. A play in 3 acts. © Joy 
Harrington; 2Aug66; DU66472. 

SOUND OF A DISTANT DRUM; or. Heaven is 
a moment. Music by George Peters & 
James Bard, lyrics by James Bard, 
book by Aaron Jacobson & James Bard. 
1 V. A musical play in 3 acts. 
© James A, Bard; £lDec66; DU67'^97. 

SOUWD SKILLS FOR UPPER GRADES, VOL. Ill, 
by Selma Greenberg & Anita Gurian. 
1 V. Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 2Dec66; C19063. 

SOUNDS OP THE TIMES. See 

WORLD AFFAIRS WORKSHOP. 
SOUVENIRS, a dramatic comedy in three 

acts by May Sakami (May Sakaml Schlos- 

berg) 1 V. © May Sakami Schlosberg; 

100ct66; DU66982. 
SPANISH IN THE SOUTHWEST, by George I. 

Sanchez. 63 1 . © George I. S6nohez; 

3Jun66; CI8674. 

SPARKLES, a television series created 
by Bob Kalish; written by Bob Kallsh 
& Bob -Tamarkin. Episode 1. 25 1. 
© Bob Kalish & Bob Tamarkin; 5Dec66; 
DU6726I. 

SPEAK AGAIN SOFTLY, MAIMONIDES, by Paul 
Magistretti. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Paul Allan Magistretti; 7Sep66; 
DU66771. 
SPEAKING OF MICHELANGELO, a play by 
Gerald van de Vorst. 1 v. 2 parts. 
Book and lyrics only. © Gerald van 
de Vorst; 2Sep66; DU66569. 
SPEAKING OF WILDFLOWERS, lecture and 
recording script by Roy A. Peterson. 
1 V. © Roy A. Peterson; 8Sep66; 
C18787 . 

A SPECIAL PROVIDENCE, a play by Gerald 
Kean. 1 v. 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as The virgin, DU64522. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Gerald 
Kean; 9Aug66; DU66597. 

SPEECH SPEAKS; lesson no. 1-10 by Anne 
Hunt Fullwood. 33 1- 10 recording 
scripts. ©Anne Hunt Fullwood; 
30Aug66; CI8778. 

SPINSTER'S REBELLION, by Marie Vigil, 
pseud, of Celina Belanger. 12 1. 
A screenplay in 2 acts. © Celina 
Belanger; 24Aug66; DU66739. 

THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Jimmy H. Stowe. 33 1- © Jimmy H. 
Stowe; 29JUI66; DU66439. 

THE SPIRITUAL REVOLUTION, by Erwin D. 
Canham. 23 1. A discussion of re- 
ligion and science in the in->dern 
world. Appl. author: Christian 
Science Pub. Society, employer for 
hire. © Christian Science Pub. Soci- 
ety; 22Aug66; CI8806. 

SPIRITUAL REVOLUTION. ^ See 
DIE GEISTIGE REVOLUTION. 
LA REVOLUTION SPIRITUELLE. 



THE SPLENDID PEOPLE, a serious comedy 
in two acts by William F. Kenney. 

1 V. © William F. Kenney; i6Nov66; 
DU6725I. 

THE SPOOFYDOOPS' FUNNYBONE, a comedy 
in one act by Jack Frakes (John Deem 
Frakes, Jr.) New York, S. French. 
44 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 3Nov6o, 
DU52002. © John Dean Frakes, Jr.; 
24May66; DP6093. 

SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY, by Edgar Lee 
Masters; conceived, adapted and ar- 
ranged by Charles Aidman. New York, 
S. French. 59 p. Book & lyrics 
only. ©.Mrs. Edgar Lee Masters; 
22Apr66; *BP6l23. 
SPOTLIGHT ON THE CELLAR, a musical 

play by Thomas Roy Peyton. 19 1. 

4 acts. Taken from Quest for dignity. 

Book & lyrics only. © Thomas Roy 

Peyton; 26sep66; DU66746. 

SPRING AFTERNOON, by Don Fullington 
(Donald Robert Fullington) 4l 1. 
A play. © Donald Robert Fullington; 
8Aug66; DU6665I. 

SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER, by Mel Brooks. 
l4l 1. A screenplay. © Mel Brooks; 
l4Dec66; DU67463. 

SQUAWK OF A DISTANT GULL, a one act 
play by Mike Major (Michael Joseph 
Major) 23 1. © Michael Joseph 
Major; 30Sep66; DU66922. 

STADTPARK, ein Volksstack in 4 Akten 
von Hans Schubert. 107 1. © Herta 
Schubert; 7Sep66; DU66754 . 

THE STAR DREAMER, by John Pagan o. 
53 1- A play in 11 scenes. © John 
Pagano; 8Aug66; DU66516. 

A STAR IN HEAVEN, a play in three acts 
by Herschel S. Steinhardt. New York, 
New Voices Pub. Co. Ill p. © Her- 
schel S. Steinhardt; 80ct66; A873613. 

STAR LITEi STAR BRITE: By Beverly 
Kolber. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Book only. © Beverly H. Kolber; 
8Aug66; DU66323. 

STARS OF ALABAMA, a historical revue 
with music by Mary Jean Parson. 14 1. 

2 acts. Book only. © Mary Jean 
Parson; 27Sep66; DU6689I. 

THE STATE OP TEXAS VERSUS LEE HAROLD 
WALDWICH, THE TRIAL OP AN ASSASSIN, 
by Jean Ann Kereszturi & Richard 
Levandowski. 19 1. A screenplay. 
© Jean Ann Kereszturi & Richard John 
Levandowski; 31Aug66; DU66702. 

STATUS IS GRATIS AT ROBERT HAIL. 

Sheet. Commercial script. © Robert 
Hall Uothes, Inc.; 12Dec-66; 
."'1907 2. 

STAUBFLOCKEN ; zwei Hbrspiele von Juliane 
Windhager. Wien, Bergland Verlag. 
79 p. © Bergland Verlag; 2Jul65; 
DFI858. 

STELLA, a drama in two acts by H. J. 
Tepper. 51 1. © H. J. Tepper; 
lSep66; DU66705 . 

A STENCH IN TIME, by Altfeld & Welder. 
Sheet. Script. © Screen Gems- 
Columbia Music, Inc.; lSep66; 
C18884 . 

STEP BY STEP, See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: STEP BY 
STEP . 

A STILLBORN DAWN, by Jasper Oddo. 
169 1. A play in 3 acts. © Jasper 
Samual Oddo; 21Jul66; DU66358. 

THE STILLNESS, a play in six scenes by 
Carolyn Vines. 82 1 . © Carolyn 
Vines; 15Nov66; DU67334 . 

STILLWATER, by Norman Thomas Brecht. 
10 1. A screenplay. © Norman Thomas 
Brecht; 12Jul66; DU66283. 

THE STONE LION, by Jack Leskoff. 

1 v. A play in 6 scenes. Based on 
Tibetian folk tale. © Jack Leskoff; 
15Dec66; DU67467. 



STORM OVER TIBET. See 
NORBU. 

THE STORY OF A REAL MAN; complete opera 
in three acts, ten scenes; libretto 
by S. Prokofiev; notes, libretto & 
synopsis translated by Edward T. 
Salvato, Jr. 16 p. Libretto. After 
the story by B. Polev. Appl. states 
prev. pub. in U. S. S. R. in 1948. 
© Ultraphone Records, Inc.; 2Nov66; 
DP6263. 

THE STORY OF HARRIET TUBMAN, a play in 
two parts by Juliene Berk. 89 1. 
Adapted from The railroad to freedom 
by Hlldegard Hoyt Swift. Appl. 
states prev. reg. I932. NM: addition 
& revision. © Juliene Berk: 280ct66: 
DU67138. 

THE STORY OP JOSEPH; lyrics & script by 
W. Randolph Galvln, Jr. 35 1, A play 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© W. Randolph Galvin, Jr.; 15Sep66; 
DU66766 . 

STORY OF LA-U-RIE, LO-RI, See 

OH, LA-U-RIE, LO-RI, OH, MY LO-RI 'S 
GONE AWAY. 

THE STORY OF MAHEALANI , an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Eva S. Kilborn. 33 1. © Eva S. 
Kilborn; 28Jul66; DU66429. 

THE STRANGE AFFAIR AT MINBURN, by Helen 
Anderson & Alice Goyer. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Helen Anderson 
(Mrs. Ivan Anderson) & Alice Goyer 
(Mrs. Lloyd Goyer); 3ON0V66; DU67447. 

STRANGE BEDFELLOWS, a comedy in three 
acts by William Henry Bischoff . 
1 V. © William Henry Bischoff; 
17Nov66; DU67258. 

THE STRANGERS ON MY ROOF, a play in 
three acts, six scenes, two tableaux 
by Pearce Davies. 1 v. Based upon 
the novel of life in Hons Ko'-g by 
E. Arnot Robprtson. © Pearce Davies; 
8Aug66; DU66522. 

THE STRANGEST SECRET, by Earl Nightin- 
gale. 81. A talk. © Nightingale- 
Ccnant Corp.; 14Nov66; CI8996. 

A STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND, by Lennox 
Industries. 3 1. Recording script. 
©Lennox Industries, Inc.; 28Nov66: 
CI8984. 

STREETS OP CONFUSION. See 
3 PLAYS. 

STREETS OF THE CITY, VOLUME XIV; 

author: Florence P. Simister. 1 v. 
Radio scripts. © Florence P. Simist- 
er; llJul66; CI8679. 

STRIFE, by Eric H. Otten. 35 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Eric Henry 
Otten; l4Sep66; DU66821. 

THE STUBBORN HEART; drama in 3 acts 
by Richard Murray. 105 1- © Richard 
Murray; 6Dec66; DU67424 . 

STUMPS AND BONES, a serious play in 

one act by Geri Turner Davis (Florence 
G. Davis) 19 1. © Geri Turner 
Davis; 27Jul66; DU66248. 

SirBURBAN ELECTRONIC BURGLAR DETECTOR 
A UNIQUE PRODUCT OF ROBACK INDUSTRIES 
by Zafer Roback. 4 1. A lecture ' 
© Zafer Roback; l4Dec66; CI9086. 

SUBURBAN PARTY, a scene for two or 
more voices & instruments by Stanley 
J. Rowland, Jr. 6 1. © Stanley J. 
Rowland, Jr.; 2Dec66; C19075 . 

THE SUBWAY, a play in one act by 
Richard Lippman. Acting version. 
91. © Richard Joseph Lippman; 
lJul66; DU66168. 

SUCCESSFUL COMEBACK, a one act play by 
Mark P. Folsom. 26 1. © Mark P. 
Polsom & Hannah W. Folsom; 7Nov66; 
DU67272 . 



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July-Dec. 



THE SUCCESSFUL LIFE OF THREE, a skit 
for vaudeville by Maria Irene Foriies. 

1 act. (In Playwrights for tomorrow, 
A. H. Ballet, editor. Minneapolis, 
University of Minnesota Press, v. 2, 
p. 41-74) Appl. states prev. reg. 
9Jun65, DU63234 . NM: revision. 

© Maria Irene Fornes; 17May65; 
DP6199. 
SUCH AN INNOCENT LOOK, an original 
play in three acts by J. H. Bealmear. 
79 1- © June Hardister Bealjnear; 
I5JUI66; DU66304. 

SUCH AS WE, by Jonathan Charles, pseud, 
of Marjorie Duhan Adler. l40 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Marjorie Duhan 
Adler; 30Aug66; DU66693. 

SUFFERIN' saints; A musical by Don 
Mueller (Donald A. Mueller) 1 v. 

2 acts. © Don A. Mueller; 28Nov66; 
DU67355. 

SUITE IN THREE KEYS; three plays by 
Noel Coward. A song at twilight; 
Shadows of the evening; Come into 
the garden Ma-id . London, Heinemann. 
183 p. © Noel Coward; 5Sep66; 
DF1864 . 
THE SUMMER COTTAGE, by Leonard L. 

Perlmutter. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Leonard L. Perlmutter; 30Nov66; 
DU67367. 
THE SUMMER TREE, a play in three acts 
by Randolph Umberger. 1 v. Includes 
music for 1 song by Benjamin Keaton. 
© Randolph Umberger & Benjamin Keaton; 
l8Aug66; DU66365. 
SUNDAY MORNINGS ON THE ROOF; three acts, 
one set by Stanley Kimmel. 1 v. 
© Stanley P. Kimmel; 240ct66; 
DU6708I. 

SUNDAYS ON THE ROOF, by Angelo O'Parra. 
51 1. A screenplay. © Angelo 
O'Parra; 40ct66; DU66840. 

SUPERVOICE MEETS THE MAD BAKER, by 
Len Maxwell. 1 v. A .television 
play in 4 parts. Appl. author: 
Supervolce Productions, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Supervolce 
Productions, Inc.; 7Jul66; DU66227 . 

THE SURFERS RULE THE WORLD, by Velma 
Vanderhoff. 1st draft. 30 1. 
A screenplay. © Velma Vanderhoff; 
190ct66; DU67021. 
SURPRISE IN SHANGHAI, by Crane 

Johnson. New York, Theatre t-^<=ss. 
1 V. ® Crane Johnson: 10ct55; 
DP6210. 

THE SURVIVORS, by Cherney Berg. 
179 1. A screenplay. © P.G.L. 
Productions, Inc.; 21Dec6b; DU67498. 

SUSAN, an original play by C. DeWitt 
Mosey. 30 1. 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 17Jan66, DU64971. NM: 
revisions. © Christian DeWitt Mosey; 
120ct66; DU66988. 

SUSPICIOUS MIND, a play in one act 
adapted for the stage by Karin 
Schultz. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
32 p. From the BBC radio play by 
Philip Levene . © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
12Dec66; DP626O. 

THE SWEET BYE AND BYE; an opera in two 
acts & five scenes. Libretto by 
Kenward Elmslle, music by Jack Beeson, 
vocal score by the composer. Boosey 
& Hawkes. 238 p. © Boosey & Hawkes, 
Inc.; I3JUI66; DP6098. 

THE SWEET PEPPERBUSH, by Peter Mosep. 
148 1. A play in 3 acts. © Peter 
Moses; l4Dec66; DU67462. 

SWING BOOM MAN, by Rhoda Hart. Sheet. 
© Rhoda Hart; 29Apr66; CI8795. 

SWORDFISH AND BROADSWORDS, See 

THE POET, THE EDITOR, AND THE NURSE & 
SW0PJ3FISH AND BROADSWORDS. 



SYNDROME SHIFT, by John Wolf son. 
A play in 3 acts. © John Wolf son; 
7Nov66; DU67268. 

SZABADSAG, SZERELEM; reg^nyes daljat^k 
3 felvon^sban, 7 k^pben. Jokai Mor: 
Politikai divatok, c. reg^nye nyoradn 
irta HAy Gyula; a verseket irta 
Fischer S^dor; Huszka JeniJ', zen^Je. 
Budapest, Zenemukiadci Vdllalat. 2 v. 
© Zenemukiad^S VAllalat; 24Apr56: 
DFI860. 



TV, by Jean niaude van Itallie. 42 1. 
A play. © Jean Claude van Itallie; 
2Dec66; DU67401. 

TAKE AWAY THE LADY, a play by Margaret 
Brandon James Collins; music by 
Fletcher Collins, Jr. & others. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Margaret Brandon 
James Collins & Fletcher Collins, 
Jr.; 8Aug66; DU66319. 

TAKE TEN, by Dale Little. 55 1. 

A screenplay. © Dale Little; 100ct66; 
DU66978. 

TALENT SCOUTS AND BOOSTERS THROUGH A 
POSITIVE AND UNIQUE METHOD, by 
John F. Harrell. 1 v. © John F. 
Harrell; 14Nov66; C19027. 

THE TALES OF HOFFMANN. (Les contes 
d 'Hoffmann) By Jacques Offenbach. 
[Edited] by Harriet Nordholm; 
accompaniments by Frank Cookson. 
Evanston, II]., Summy-Birchard Co. 
12 p. (Blrchard opera series) 
3 acts. Appl. author: Summy-Birchard 
Co., employer for hire of Harriet 
Nordholm & Frank B. Cookson. 
© Summy-Birchard Co.; l6jun66; DP6IO3. 

TALES OF SHAHRAZADE, by Phyllis 
Louise Jedlicka. 34 p. From The 
thousa.nd and one Arabian nights. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Phyllis 
Louise Jedlicka; 25Apr66; DP6ll2. 

TALKIN' HIGH STEEL, by Gordon Lightfoot. 
Folder. © M. Witmark & Sons; 
13Sep66; CI8827. 
TALKING SCREWDRIVER BLUES, by Tom 
Schreiber (Thomas Schreiber) 
Sheet. © Thomas Schreiber; 
22Dec66; CI908O. 

TALLY HO, See 

THE GIRL PROM TONY PASTORS. 
TAMERLANE, A TRAGEDY, by Nicholas 
Rowe, edited by Landon C. Burns. 
Philadelphia, University of Pennsyl- 
vania Press. 115 p. (The Mathew 
Carey Library of English and Ameri- 
can Literature) 5 acts. NM: introd. 
& annotation. © Trustees of the 
University of Pennsylvania; l4Jun66; 
A85IOI3. 

TAMIM; or. The satin cloak. A parable 
play in two acts by Martin Halpern. 
78 1. © Martin Halpern; 13Jul66; 
DU663II. 

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, by William 
Shakespeare. Edited by George Lyman 
Kittredge; rev. by Irving Ribner. 
Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. 
104 p. (The Kittredge Shakespeares ) 
5 acts. © Blaisdell Pub. Co., divi- 
sion of Ginn & Co.; 30Jun66; A855903. 
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, by William 
Shakespeare, edited by Robert B. 
Heilman. New York, New American 
Library. 223 P- (The Signet classic 
Shakespeare, CD33I) 5 acts. NM: 
introd. & notes. © Robert B. Heilman; 
31May66; A858083. 
THE TAMING OF THE SUPERMARKET, by 

Martin J. O'Malley. 15 1. A play in 
3 scenes. © Martin J. O'Malley; 
25Nov66; DU67222. 
TAMING THE BEAST, a comedy in one act 
by David Welngarten. 22 1. © Robert 
D. Welngarten; 17Jun66; DU66172. 



TANGO PALACE, by Maria Irene Forhes. 
1 act. (In Playwrights for tomorrow, 
A. H. Ballet, editor. Minneapolis, 
University of Minnesota Press. v. 2, 
p. 7-39) Appl. states prev. reg. as 
There; You died, 29Nov62, DU56659 
NM: revisions. © Maria Irene Forhes; 
17May66; DP6198. 
TANIA-TANIA AND CLARA, TOO; By Eugene 
Walter. (In Isak Dinesen, a memorial, 
Clara Svendsen, editor. New York, 
Random House. p.70-80) © Eugene 
Walter; llJan65; DP6206. 

TAXI, a romantic comedy in two acts 
by James Lorenzo Wheaton. 89 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © James 
Lorenzo Wheaton; 21Sep66; DU67037 . 

TCHIN-TCHIN; screenplay by Erich Segal. 
150 1. Based on the Broadway play 
by Sidney Michaels. NM: additions. 
© Erich Segal; 13Sep66; DU66570. 

THE TEA CONCESSION, by Henry J. Kemp- 
Blair. 83 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Henry Kemp-Blair; 19Aug66; DU66621. 

TEA FOR THREE BILLION, by Martin J. 

O'Malley. 17 1. A play in 3 scenes. 

©Martin J. O'Malley; 3Aug66; DU66492. 
TEATRO, dl Giuseppe Patroni Griffl. 

D'amore si muore; Anima nera; In 

memoria di una signora arnica. 

[Italia] Garzanti. 257 p. 

© Garzanti Editore; 6Sep65; AF24453. 

TED RAPP PONTIAC, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. Sheet. Radio script. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
I3JUI66; CI869I. 

TEDIOUS CLIMB, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by 
Kathy Lee (Catherine L. Milne) 30 1. 
© Catherine L. Milne; 28Jul66; 
DU66432. 

THE TELEPHONE CALL, an Jrigin-l story 
written & adapted for television by 
Maureen M. D. Singh. 33 1. © Mau- 
reen M. D. Singh; 22Aug66; IU66637. 

THE TELL-TALE DREAM, a German-American 
tragedy in two parts of three acts 
each & a prologue & epilogue by 
John Harms. 103 1- Appl. states 
prev. reg. 17May65, DU63059. NM: 
additions. © John Harms; 30Aug66; 
DU6669I. 

THE TELL-TALE HEART, by Edgar Allen 
Poe; adapted as a one-act play by 
Robert Erome . Franklin, Ohio, El- 
dridge Pub. Co. 19 p. (Eldridge 
popular one-act playsoripts) ©Rob- 
ert Brome; lSep66; DP5243. 
THE TEMPEST, by William Shakespeare; 
David G. Pitt, introd., Lucy M. 
Fitzpatrick, notes. New York, Airmont 
Pub. Co. 112 p. (Airmont Shakes- 
peare classics series, S7) 5 acts. 
NM: art work, introd. & notes. 
© Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 220ct65; 
A877796. 
THE TEMPEST, by William Shakespeare. 
Edited by George Lyman Kittredge; 
rev. by Irving Ribner. 2d ed. 
Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. 
93 p. (The Kittredge Shakespeares) 
5 acts. © Blaisdell Pub. Co., divi- 
sion of Ginn & Co.; 30Jun66; 
A855907. 
TEN COMMANDMENTS OF MEN, by C. Campbell. 

Polder. Recording script. 

© Marvelle Music Co.; I4jul66; 

CI8666. 
TERROR IN A TOWN, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 

Leola Hawkins. 33 1. '^ Leola 

Hawkins; 270ct66; DU67104 . 
LA TESTA DEL PROPETA & LA GRANDE E LA 
PICCOLA MORTE, dl Elena Bono. 
[Italia] Garzanti. I53 p. 

© Garzanti Editore; l6Sep65; AF24454 
TETE DE BULLE; com^dle de Jean Jacques ' 

Porestier. I75 1. 2 parts. 

© Jean Jacques Porestier; 20SeD66: 

DU66856. 



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THAT F. S. P. KICK, a fairly clean 
comedy by E. H. Dexter. 78 1. 
2 acts. © Edward H. Dexter; 
15JU166; DU66305. 

THAT FAR PLANET, EARTH, a tragedy in 
verse in three acts by Emily Holt. 

1 V. Appl. states prev. reg. 9Jun64 , 
DU60382. NM: revision. © Emily 
Holt; 170ct66; DU67OIO. 

THAT MAN: LOVE, by Melvin Melord Hackett. 
1 V. A musical play. © Melvin 
Melord Hackett; 2Aug66; DU66239. 

THAT RING IN THE CENTER, a new play by 
Mona S. Herman, music by James 
Campodonioo. 64 1. A musical play 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l8Mar66, 
DU65I32. NM: additions & revision. 
© Mona S. Berman; 30Dec66; 0067442. 

THAT SNOWBALL WAS LOADED, a comedy in 
three acts by Bill Hufham (Billy 
Gary Hufham) 113 1. © Billy Gary 
Hufham; 70ct66; DU66967 . 

THAT'S THE GAME, JACK, by Douglas 
Taylor (Donald D. Taylor) 1 v. A 
play in 2 acts. © Douglas Taylor; 
18Ju166; DU66345. 

THEATRE I-II: Genousie, et al. De 

Rene de Obaldia. Paris, B. Grasset. 

2 v. © Editions Bernard Grasset; 
30Jun66; DFO-I479. 

THEODORE'S HOUSE, a play in three acts 
by Margaret Ann Opsata. 107 1. 
© Margaret Ann Opsata; 27Jul65; 
DU66411. 



THERE! YOU DIED. 
TANGO PALACE. 



See 



THERE'S A GIRL IN MY SOUP, by Terence 
Frisby. 3 acts. (In Plays and 
players. Sept. 1966, p. 31, etc. 
[England]) © Terence Frisby; 12Aug66; 
DFI867 . 

THERE'S A STATUE IN THE PARK, by Pam 
McKissick (Pamela McKissiok) & 
Dennis Pahl. 83 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Pamela Louise McKissick & Dennis J. 
Pahl; 25N0V66; DU67317. 
THIS CHANGING WORLD, a visual album of 
original modern songs; lyrics, music, 
book & continuity by Edward S. Rubin. 

1 V. © Edward S. Rubin; 250ct66; 
DU673'^0. 

THIS GOD BUilNE|^, a play in four acts 
by Doral Chenoweth. 112 p. © Sue 
L. Chenoweth Children Trust; lFeb66; 
DP6256. 

THIS GUN, recitation by Bob Ferguson 
(Robert B. Ferguson) Sheet. 
© Vector Music Co.; 26Jul66; C18749. 
THIS IS BETSY! By Llna Kane, pseud, of 
Leona A. Kieffer. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
22Jan4l, 73331. NM: revision & 
additions. © Lina Kane; 22Jul66; 
DU66375 . 
THIS IS MARYLAND, VOL. Ill, no. 1-222; 
radio scripts by Max Fullerton & 
William T. Snyder. 1 v. © Max- 
bill Productions; 26Aug66; C18738. 
THIS IS THE WAY IT IS, by Roger J. Reeb, 
Donald A. Connor, & Charles R. Worch. 
1 v. 8 recording scripts. © Roger 
J. Reeb, Donald A. Connor, & Charles 
R. Worch; 25Sep66; C18792. 
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED TO ADOLPH HITLER, 
a play in three acts by Lee De Blanc. 
1?8 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
28May64, DU60317 . NM: revisions. 
© Lee De Blanc; jaNov66; DU673OI. 
THOKOLOSHE, a children's play in two 
acts by Gwen Murray. 71 1- © Robert 
E. Ingham; 19Aug66; DU66623. 
A THORN IN THE THICKET; book, lyrics & 
musical themes by Don Shook, music by 
Tom Booth. 2 v. A musical play m 

2 acts. © Don Shook; l8jul66; 
DU66165 . 



268-067 O - 67 - 6 



THOUGHT. See 
EMPTY CAGE. 

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY, no. 22-35, by 
Robert A. Martin. 29 1. A series 
of oral devotional thoughts delivered 
by the author over radio. © Robert 
A. Martin; 190ct66; CI8896. 

THOUSAND AND ONE ARABIAN NIGHTS. See 
TALES OF SHAHRAZADE. 

THREE ACTS, by Frank. Van Deusen. 1 v. 
A play. © Frank Van Deusen; 210ct66; 
DU67166. 
THREE AND THREE PROM MEMORY, a play in 
two acts by Eugene J. Hochman. bO 1. 
© Eugene J. Hochman; 6sep66; DU6685I. 

THREE BAGS FULL, a comedy in two acts 
by Jerome Chodorov. New York, 
S. French. 70 p. Based on 
a play by Claude Magnier. © Jerome 
Chodorov; l6Dec66; DP6249. 

THREE CHURCH DRAMAS, by Olov Hartman, 
translated by Brita Stendahl. 
Philadelphia, Fortress Press. 153 P- 
From the Swedish Tre Kyrkospel. 
Contents: Prophet and carpenter. — 
The crown of life. — The fiery furnace. 
© Fortress Press; 150ct66; A869738. 
THREE FOR TOMORROW, a screenplay 

written by J. Frank James. 110 1. 

Appl. author: Les Hafner, employer 

for hire. © Les Hafner; l4Nov66; 

DU67238. 

THE THREE LITTLE PIGS, by Linda 
Albert & Susan Gottlieb; Frank 
Metis, author of music. 1 v. 
© PPX Publishing, a division of 
PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 200ct66; 
DU67176. 

THREE NYMPHS IN NIGHTGOWNS, a new 

comedy by Ray Haniby. 78 1. 3 acts. 
© Ray Hamby; 27Sep66; DU67032. 

THREE PLAYS, by Hugo von Hofmannsthal, 
translated, with an introd., by 
Alfred Schwarz. Death and the fool; 
Electra; The tower. Detroit, Wayne 
State University Press. 24 2 p. 
(Waynebook, no. 23) NM: pt. of introd. 
& English translation of Death and 
the fool & The tower. © Wayne State 
University Press; 25Nov66; A877123. 

3 PLAYS, by J. I. Rodale . The hairy 
falsetto; Streets of confusion; The 
man on the bridge. 88 p. ©J.I. Ro- 
dale; 20Dec66; DP6254 . 

THREE PLAYS, by Ugo Betti; edited & 
with an Introd. by Gino Rizzo. 
Barbara Kennedy & David Gullette, 
translators. 1st ed. New York, 
Hill & Wang. 202 p. (A Mermaid 
dramabook) Contents: The inquiry. -- 
Goat Island. --The gambler. ©Ugo 
Betti Estate; 28Apr66; A86167I. 

THREE SISTERS. See 

TWO PLAYS OF ANTON CHEKHOV: THE 
CHERRY ORCHARD, THREE SISTERS. 

3 SQUARE, by Carl Keller. 104 1. 
A screenplay. © Carl Schubert Kel- 
ler, Jr.; 21Jun66; DU65648. 

THREE WINDOWS AND A DOOR, by Wilson 
Myles Turner. 76 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Wilson Myles Turner; 
3ON0V66; DU67372. 

THROUGH THE GREAT SOCIETY WITH GUN AND 
CAMERA. See 
PANIC ON THE PEDERNALES. 

THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS. See 
ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 

THUMBELINA, by Jerry Blatt. 1 v. 
A play in 4 scenes. Includes music 
for 1 song. © Jerry Blatt; 20Jul66; 
DU66372 . 

THUNDER ON WHEELS, by Jim McCullough. 

102 1. A screenplay. © Jim 

McCullough; 12Aug66; DU66348. 
THUS SAYETH THE WORD; script 4 music by 

Bernard Mavritte. 1 v. 2 acts. 

© Bernard C. Mavritte; 200ct66; 

DU67O5O. 



TIGER JIM, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Edward 
Lynam. 31 1- © James E. Lynam; 
270c t66; DU67102. 

TIGER, TIGER BURNING, by Altfeld & 
Welder. Sheet. Script. © Screen 
Gems-Columbia Music, Inc.; lSep66; 
CI8889. 

'TIL DEATH DO US PART, a triology for 
the stage by Penny Ter Maat (Martha C. 
Ter Maat) 1 v. © Penny Ter Maat; 
30Aug66; DU6669^ . 

TIME IN BETWEEN, a new play by Lillian 
L Greneker. 1 v. 2 acts. © Lillian 
L. Greneker; 250ct66; DU67194. 

A TIME OF CRISIS, a play in three 
acts by Carlos Viniegra. 1 v. 
© Carlos Viniegra; 19Aug66; DU667I5. 

TIME OF NEED, by Lawrence Auerbach. 
163 1. A play in 3 acts. © Lawrence 
Auerbach; l6Aug66; DU66595. 

A TIME TO REMEMBER, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Prisca Stiarwalt. 31 1. © Prisca 
Stiarwalt; 29Jul66; DU66442. 

TINDERBOX. See 
DUSTY I S ATTIC. 

TINGEL-TANGEL; ein StUck in 3 Akten von 
Hans Schubert. 114 1. © Herta 
Schubert; 7Sep66; DU66755 . 

TINY ALICE, a play by Edward Albee. 
Acting ed. Dramatists Play Service. 
102 p. 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 19 Feb 55, DP5756. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Edward Albee; 
30Dec65; DP613O. 

TIPS ARE NOT INCLUDED, a screenplay 
by Jack Reed P"^Tick ft Robert Landry. 
9h 1. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Bobby, a television script. NM: new 
form, additions & revisions. 
© Jack Reed Babcock; 260ct66; DU67192. 

'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE, by John Ford, 
edited by Mark Stavig. New York, 
Appleton-Century-Crofts. 98 p. 
(Crofts classics) 5 acts. NM: addi- 
tions. ©Meredith Pub. Co.; 2r7Mav66; 
A848961. 

TO BE OR NOT TO BE A NURSE, a play in 
five scenes by Fawan Washburn (Alice 
Langhorne Washburn II) 1 v. © Fawan 
Washburn; 170ct66; DU66945 . 

TO END GAMES, by Kenneth Lerner. 25 1. 
A play in 4 scenes. © Kenneth Lerner; 
3ON0V66; DU67368. 
TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH, a free adaptation 
of a Russian folk tale by Marcla 
Gambrell Hovick. 12 1. © Marcla 
Gambrell Hovick (Marcla Gambrell); 
29Aug66; DU66484. 

TOAD HALL, a play for puppets by 
C. Rankin' Bingham. 18 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © C. Rankin Bingham; 
24Jun66; DU66215 . 

TOBY, a play in three acts by Ely E. 
Pilchik. 9** 1. © Ely E. Pllchik; 
29JUI66; DU66450. 

DER TOD DES EMPEDOKLES; concerto 
scenico in zwei AKten von Hermann 
Reutter, Fragment elner TragSdle von 
Friedrich HSlderlin. Mainz, 
B. Schott's SBhne. 22 p. Textbuch. 
© B. Schott's Sehne; 31May66; DFI87I. 

DER TOD DES EMPEDOKLES; Concerto 
scenico in zwei Akten von Hermann 
Reutter. Mainz, B. Schott's S'6hne. 
126 p. (Edition Schott 5765) 
Fragment einer Trag'Sdie von Friedrich 
HBlderlin. Klavierauszug. 
© B. Schott's S'ihne; 27May66; 
DFO-1484. 

DER TOD DES PRJi'SIDENTEN; Gleichnis in 
drei Akten von Peter Lotar. ' I60 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 4Apr66; 
DU655O6. NM: revision. © Reiss A.G.j, 
Theaterverlag; 50ct66; DU67058. 



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July-Dec. 



TOM SAWYER. See 

HUCK FINN AND TOM SAWYER. 

TOMORROW, a satirical fantasy by 

Florence E. Houtz. 100 1. A musical 
play in 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
® Florence E. Houtz; 15Aug66; 
DU66341. 

TOMORROW, WITH LOVE, by Thomas Joseph 
Quirk. 110 1. A play In 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 25May65, 
DU63092. © Thomas Joseph Quirk; 
7Sep66; DU66770. 

THE TOMTE AND THE TROLL, by Donald E. 
& Rene' E. Malmgren. 30 1 . A play 
in 3 acts. © Donald E. & Rene' E. 
Ma]mgren; 6Sep66; DU66854. 

TOOT, a film by J. J. Coyle. 43 1. 
© J. J. Coyle; 31Aug66; DU66703. 

TOOT '66; or. Can 117 year old teenager 
find happiness?; or. How to live to 
be 100 without growing old. Musical 
comedy by Jon Gabriell; music by 
Anthony J. Camillo. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Jon Gabriell & Anthony J. Camillo; 
15Nov66; DU67352. 

TOP HAT, a play in one act by Paul 
Carter-Harrison, music by William A. 
Penn. ? v. © Paul Carter-Harrison & 
Wllliajn A. Penn; f5Nov66; DU67f31. 

TOPAZE, by Pagnol; a modern translation 
with preface & notes by Tom Van Dycke. 
New York, American R. D. M. Corp. 
156 p. (Study*master series, T-32, 
Olen Willbern, series editor) 4 acts. 
© Tom Van Dycke & American R. D. M. 
Corp.; I5NOV66; A877057. 

A TORMENT OP MIRRORS, by Susan Yanko- 
witz. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Susan Yankowitz; 
29Aug66; DU66676. 

EL TORRENTE; operetta in three acts 
by Robert A. Parsons. 102 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. DU63309. NM: 
new music & lyrics. ® Robert A. 
Parsons; l4Nov66; DU67245. 

THE TORTOISE AND THE YARROW, a play in 
two acts by Juliene Berk. 1 v. 
© Juliene Berk; 50ct66; DU66958. 
TORTOISE SHELL, a play in three acts by 
Mary Mann, pseud, of Mary A, Roman. 
118 1. © Mary A. Roman; 25Nov66; 
DU67319 . 
TOTAL COMFORT WITH OIL HEAT, by Lennox 
Industries, h 1. Recording script. 
© Lennox Industries, Inc.; 28Nov66; 
CI8988. 

THE TOUGH AND TENDER TROLL, a play for 
children by Phyllis McCallum. 65 1. 
3 acts. © Phyllis McCallum 
(Mrs. G. A. McCallum); 130ct66; 
DU67OO2. 

TOWER. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

TOWN HERO, See 

RUN BUDDY RUN: TOWN HERO, 

THE TOWN WENT BOOM, a marching fable 
in troubled two-four time by Norman 
D. Dietz. 125 1. 2 acts. © Norman 
Donald Dietz; 12Sep66; DP6158. 

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF 
DENMARK, by William Shakespeare; 
Gino MatteOj intiod., Lucy M. Fitz- 
patrick, notes. New York, Airmont 
Pub. Co. 188 p. (Airmont Shakes- 
peare classics series, SI) 5 acts. 
KM: art work, introd. & notes. 
©Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 220ct65; 
A877786. 

THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR, by William 
Shakespeare; 0. H. Rudzik, introd., 
Lucy M, Fitzpatrick, notes. New 
York, Airmont Pub. Co. 128 p. (Air- 
mont Shakespeare classics series, S4) 
5 acts. NM: art work, introd. & notes. 
© Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 220ct65; 
A877791- 



THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH, by William 
Shakespeare; John Dennis Duffy, 
introd., Lucy M. Fitzpatrick, notes. 
New York, Airmont Pub. Co. 120 p. 
(Airmont Shakespeare classics 
series, S2) 5 acts. NM: art work, 
introd. & notes. © Airmont Pub. 
Co., Inc.; 220ct65; A877793. 

THE TRAGEDY OF MARCUS BRUTUS, a play 
in fifteen scenes by Kenneth Mond- 
shein. 123 1- © Kenneth Mondshein; 
10Aug66; DU66600. 

THE TRAGEDY OF OTHELLO, THE MOOR OF 
VENICE, by William Shakespeare. 
Edited by George Lyman Kittredge; 
rev. by Irving Ribner. 2d ed. 
Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. 
l4l p. (The Kittredge Shakespeares ) 
5 acts. ©Blaisdell Pub. Co., divi- 
sion of Glnn & Co.; 20Jun66; A855906. 

THE TRAILS AND TRIALS OF FOUR BOYS, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Wayne J. Kangas. 
33 1. © Wayne J. Kangas; 270ct66; 
DU67IO6. 

THE TRAP, a one-act mystery comedy for 
women by Marlene Brenner. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 25 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) Appl. author: Walter 
H, Baker Co., employer for hire. 
©Walter H. Baker Co.; 210ct66; 
DP6225 . 

THE TRAP; book & lyrics by George 
Terrell, music by Judith Estes. 
54 1. A musical play. Adapted from 
the story The man who corrupted 
Hadleyburg, by Mark Twain. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 19?8. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © George C. 
Terrell & Judith W. Estes; ?Nov66; 
DU 67284. 

TRAP SHOOTING. 1 v. Filmstrip script. 
© Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp.; 
l8Nov66; C19048. 

TRAPPS. See 

THE DEADLY GAME. 

TRAVEL GAME, by William G. Bayse & 
Lawrence M. Laby . 1 v. Script & 
3 promotional spots. © William G. 
Bayse & Lawrence M. Laby; llAug66; 
CI8695 . 

THE TRAVELER, a Christmas pageant by 
Marjorle Louise Nelson. Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. 16 p. 
With music. © Rodeheaver Co.; 
9Jun66; DP6137. 

A TRAVESTY, by B. Stigler. 23 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Barry Stigler; 
250ct66; DU67196. 

TRE KYRKOSPEL. See 
THREE CHURCH DRAMAS. 

THE TRIAL OF ADAM GREER, a play in 
3 acts by Kenneth Lake, psexid. of 
Abraham Gatesraan. 8I 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Asylum. KM: 
additions & revisions. © Kenneth 
Lake; 240ct66; DU67113. 

THE TRIAL OP JENNY BLEU, a modern three- 
act comedy for 8 women & 6 men by 
L. E. Preston. 109 1. © Lillian E. 
Preston; 30Aug66; DU6669O. 

THE TRIAL OF LEE HARVEY OSWALD, a play 
by Amram Ducovny & Leon Friedman. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Amram Ducovny & 
Leon Friedman; 7Jul66; DU66217 . 

THE TRIAL OF MICHAEL SERVETUS, by 
Robert A. Jacobs. 65 1. A play in 
9 scenes. ©Robert A. Jacobs; 26Aug66; 
DU66671. 

TRILOGY OF TOTALITARIANISM, by Sanford 
B. Schaffer. 1 v, 1 act plays. 
Contents: The death order, — Ingrid, 
— The revolutionists. © Sanford B. 
Schaffer; lSep66; DU66706. 

THE TRIP, by Bob Weaver (Robert Weaver) 
68 1. A screenplay. © Bob Weaver; 
10Aug66; DU66535. 



TRIP, See 

MAYPOLE VILLAGE SERIES. 

troubadour; a musical comedy, book 4: 
lyrics by L. E. Preston (Lillian E. 
Preston), music by Robert Bays, Jr. 
1 v. 2 acts. © L. E. Preston & 
Robert Bays, Jr.; 2Nov66; DO67145. 

THE TROUBLE BEGINS AT 8; or. Everywhere 
in creation except the moon. By 
Bernard Sabath. 1 v. A vaudeville 
of five decisive years of a man's 
search for a profession in 2 acts. 
© Bernard Sabath; l6Aug66; DU6659O. 

TROUBLE I SEEN, by Sid Sheinbaum 
(Sidney Sheinbaum) 32 1. A play. 
© Sidney Sheinbaum; 6Sep66; DU66732. 

TROUBLE ON THE NETWORK, a comedy in 
three acts by Carl E. Bolte, Jr. 
143 1. © Carl E. Bolte, Jr.; 
llAug66; DU66547. 

THE TROUBLESHOOTER, a comedy in two 
acts by Ted Cottrell. 90 1. 
© Ted Cottrell; 8Aug66; DU66520. 

THE TRUANT ANGEL, a comedy in three 
acts by Winifred Wolfe 8e Jack H. 
Gordun. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
91 p. Based on a story by Winifred 
Wolfe. ©Winifred Wolfe & Jack H. 
Gordun; 2Aug66; DP6152. 

THE TRUCK DRIATER AND THE VIRGIN; shoot- 
ing script & dialogue of original 
screenplay by Sally Maloney. 30 1. 
© Sally Maloney; l6Aug66; DU66593. 

TRUER LOVE, NEVER, an operetta, music & 
lyrics by William R. Stecher, book 
by Warren Maull . 1 v. 2 acts. 
© William Robert Stecher & Warren 
Maull; 8jul66; DU66225. 
TRUFFA A L'lTALIANA, an Italo- American 
farce by Paul Bartel. 24 1 . A 
shooting script. © Paul Bartel; 
8Sep66; DU66909. 

TRUMPETS ON THE BRAIN, by Fletcher Peck, 
pseud, of Adrian Geore;e Greenherg. 
1 V. A musical play. © Adrian 
George Greenberg; 22Aug66; DU66633. 

TRUTH AND SHADOW, a play in one act 
by Michael John Hartman. 40 1. 
© Michael John Hartman; 2Sep66; 
DU66796. 
TUESDAY'S CHILD HAS TALENT, a thirty 
minute teleplay by Jackie Bell. 
42 1. (Tover City series) 3 acts. 
© Jackie Beth Bell; 22Aug66; DU66632. 

THE TURN OF THE SCREW, an opera in a 
prologue & two acts by Benjamin 
Britten; libretto after the story by 
Henry James, by Myfanwy Piper; 
Deutsche tTbertragung von Ludwig 
Landgraf. Op. 54. London, Boosey & 
Hawkes. 318 p. Text in English & 
German. Appl. states prev. pub. 
29JU155; DF819. © Hawkes & Son 
(London) Ltd.; 9Aug66; DFO-1482. 

TWELFTH NIGHT, by William Shakespeare; 
David G. Pitt, introd., Lucy M. Fitz- 
patrick, notes. New York, Airmont 
Pub. Co. 129 p. (Airmont Shakes- 
peare classics series, S8) 5 acts. 
NM: art work, introd. & notes. © Air- 
mont Pub. Co., Inc.; 220ct65; A877795 • 

1230 OPTICAL MARK SCORING READER; 
audio training tape script by 
International Business Machines 
Corp. 1 V. © International Business 
Machines Corp.; 5Jul66; CI8668. 

28 WATCHED; or. Death watch 2«. By 

Bert Williams (Bertram Roger Williams) 
127 1. A screenplay. KM; additions & 
revisions. © Bert Williams; 29Sep66; 
DU6703I. 

T'tfENTY FIVE WORDS OR LESS. See 
RELAX IT'S PUN AND GAMES TIME. 

TWICE AS FIT, by Elizabeth Coates James. 
24 1. A play in 11 scenes. © Eliza- 
beth Coates James; I3JUI66; DU66288. 



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THE TWILIGHT HOUR OF YANG KUEI-FEI, 
a dramatic poem in one act by A. E. 
Grantham, music by Aaron Avshalomov. 
3 V. Text in English & French. 
© Maria Reeves; lJun66; 01166743. 
THE TWIN PLAYS, by Jackson Mac Low. 
Port-au-Prince & Adams County Illi- 
nois. Ik p. I.A Great bear pamphlet) 
© Jackson Mac Low; 10Jun66; A848700. 

TWINKLE Tl'flHKLE, a new comedy by Erich 
Segal. 1 V. 2 acts. © Erich 
Segal; 270c t66; DU67097. 

THE TWISTED SUN, by Thomas E. Della- 
fiora & Denneth R. Marshall. 75 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Thomas E. 
Dellafiora & Kenneth R. Marshall; 
170ct66; DU67011. 
TWO ADAMS, by Judith R. Brown. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Judith R. Brown; 
27Dec66; DU67512. 
TWO BULLS IN A CHINA SHOP, a satire 
about the auto industry by Marlene 
Lemmerman. 21 1. 3 acts. © Mar- 
lene Lemmerman; lSep66; DU66502. 
TWO MINUTES TO GO. 5 1. Recording 
script. © Washington Post Co.; 
12Sep66; CI8812. 

THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN, by William 
Shakespeare & John Fletcher; edited 
by Clifford Leech. New York, New 
American Library. 268 p. (The 
Signet classic Shakespeare, CD332) 
5 acts. NM: introd. & notes. 
© Clifford Leech; 28Sep66; A879329. 

TWO PLAYS FOR PURITANS, by George 

Bernard Shaw; drawings by George Him. 
The devil's disciple; Caesar and 
Cleopatra. New York, Limited Editions 
Club. 215 p. © George Macy Companies, 
Inc.; 20Jun66; A869732. 

TWO PLAYS OF ANTON CHEKHOV: THE CHERRY 
ORCHARD, THREE SISTERS; with an 
introd. by John Gielgud & illus. by 
La.jos Szalay. New York, Limited 
Editions Club. 152 p. NM: illus. & 
introd. © George Macy Companies, 
Inc.; 100ct66; A870895. 

THE TWO SISTERS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Nathaniel Fisher. 30 1. © Nathaniel 
Fisher; 30Sep66; DU66927. 

TWO SPARROWS FOR A PENNY, a play in 
3 acts by D. Jason Vinley. 169 1. 
© Dennis Jason Vinley; 14Nov66; 
DU67240. 

TWO TRAGIC LOVERS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Maria Rosa Camera. 30 1. © Maria 
Rosa Camera; 30Sep66; DU6693I. 

THE TWO YEARS JOURNEY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Clara P. Storch. 30 1. © Clara P. 
Storch; 28Jul66; DU66424 . 



u 



U, N, BABY CARRIAGE. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT- U. N 
BABY CARRIAGE. 

U. S. SUPREME COURT. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: U. S. 
SUPREME COURT. 

UTBU. (UNHEALTHY TO BE UNPLEASANT) 
A comedy in two acts by James Kirk- 
wood. New York, S. French. 100 p. 
© James Kirkwood; l6Dec66; DP6251. 

THE UGLY DUCKLING, by Linda Albert & 
Susan Gottlieb; Frank Metis, author 
of music. 1 V. © PPX Publishing, 
a division of PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 
200ct66; DU67177. 

ULYSSES, by James Joyce. Screenplay by 
Joseph Strick & Fred Haines. l45 1. 
® City Film Corp.; 9Nov66; DU67112. 



THE UMBRELLA HANGS ON THE LEFT ARM; or, 
What the hell happened to free enter- 
prise? By Vic Zink (Victor M. Zlnk) 
13 1. A broad satire on business 
operations. © Victor M. Zlnk; 
22Aug66; DU66629. 

THE UNCARVED DOVE, a tragedy in three 
acts written for actors by Patricia 
Jobe Pierce. 72 1. © Patricia 
Jobe Pierce; 29Jul66; DU66246. 

THE UNDERGROUND KITE, by Jess Gregg. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Jess 
Gregg; 7Nov66; DU67208. 

UNDERSTAND THE CUSTOMER> MAKE THE 

SALE, by Leo Cherne. 1 v. (The Art 
of listening) Recording script. 
© Research Institute of America, 
Inc.; 110ct66; CI8928. 

UNDERSTANDING THE REAL PRESENCE, by 

by Charles Davis. 28 1. © John XXIII 
Institute, St. Xavler College; 
27Apr66; CI8732. 

UNDERTAKER, LADYi By Mary Lee 

Kendrlck II, pseud, of Mrs. William 

L. Weir. 21 1. A play. 

© Mrs. William L. Weir; ljul66; 

DU66167. 

THE UNDIVIDED, a verse play in three 
acts by John Joseph Jones, foreword 
by E. J. Stormon. Kewdale, Western 
Australia, J. J. Jones & Co. 61 p. 
© John Joseph Jones; 5Aug65; DFI866. 

UNHEALTHY TO BE UNPLEASANT. See 

UTBU. (UNHEALTHY TO BE UNPLEASANT) 

UNIT THREE BASIC READING SKILLS INDOC- 
TRINATION SERIES, by International 
Teaching Tapes. 1 v. © Internation- 
al Teaching Tapes, Inc.; 15Nov66; 
CI8999. 

UNIT SEVEN BASIC READING SKILLS INDOC- 
TRINATION SERIES. (Modern reading: 
book 1) By International Teaching 
Tapes. 1 V. © International Teach- 
ing Tapes, Inc.; 15Nov66; CI8997. 

UNIT EIGHT BASIC READING SKILLS INDOC- 
TRINATION SERIES. (Modern reading: 
book 2) By International Teaching 
Tapes. 1 V. © International Teach- 
ing Tapes, Inc.; 15Nov66; CI8998. 

THE UNITED FUND MAKES A UNITED FAMILY, 
a marionette play written and produced 
for the United Fund by Claire Zeidel- 
man. 28 1. 3 acts. © Claire Zeidel- 
man; 5Aug66; DU66543. 

THE UNIVERSAL OPERA, by Jacques Auai- 
bertl, translated from the French 
by Alexander Gross. 44 1 . A play in 
8 levels. Adapted for the stage from 
the novel by, & with the cooperation 
of. Marcel Mar^chal. © Alexander 
Gross; 6Dec66; DU67422. 

THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER AND HIS WIFE; two 
acts of war separated by a truce for 
refreshment. 95 !• A play. 
© Pavor, S.A. ; 29Sep66; DU66918. 

UNTO THE FIRST BORN, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Fred Olde . 62 1. © Fred Olde; 28Jul66; 
DU66425 . 

UNTO THE NEW GENERATION, a play by 
Michael Ackerman. 1 v. 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5May6l, 
DU53143. NM: editorial revision. 
© Michael Ackerman; 21Sep66; DU672I5. 

UP FROM SLAVERY, by R. L. Hatter, Sr. 
16 p. A play with music in 3 acts. 
Book only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1964. NM: additions & revisions. 
© R. L. Hatter, Sr. ; 3Jan67; CI9083. 

UPON THE SCORCHED AND BARREN EARTH THE 
SPARROW IS BOUND TO DIE, by John 
Hartnett. 15 1. A play. © John 
Hartnett; llJul66; DU66277. 



JPTOWN, DOWNTOWN, by Steven Peck a.k.a. 
Steven Pecoraro, Charles Peck a.k.a. 
Ciro Pecoraro, & Harry Tarsky. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. NM: edi- 
torial revision & additions. 
© Steven Peck a.k.a. Stefano Pecoraro, 
Charles Pecoraro a.k.a. ciro Pecoraro, 
Harry Tarsky; 23Nov66; DU67375 . 



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VANITY FAIR. See 

BECKY. 
VAST ARE THE MOON'S RICHES. See 

LECTURES ON HARVEST THE MOON. 
A VENDETTA VAUDEVILLE, by Jean Reavey. 

120 1. A musical play. Book & 

lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 

as Color me white, 29 Jan 65, DU62162. 

NM: additions & revisions. © Jean 

Reavey; 21Jul66; DU66195. 
VENGEANCE IS OURS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 

James Duvall. 34 1 . © James 
Duvall; 30Sep66; DU66933. 

DIE VERLORENEN; Schauspiel in 3 Akten 
von Hans Schubert. 104 1. © Herta 
Schubert; 7Sep66; DU66752. 
A \1:RY LAkGE TOAE, a musical fable. 
Book, music & lyrics by James B. 
Powell. 1 v. Based on Grimm's 
The frog prince. NM: additions. 
©James B. Powell; 19Dec66; Dn67384 . 

A VERY MODERN MADNESS, a comedy in 2 
acts by J. E. Dalzell. 127 1. 
© J. E. Dalzell; 130ct66; DU67OOI. 

A VERY RICH WOMAN, a comedy in three 
acts by Ruth Gordon. New York, 
S. French. 92p. Adapted from a 
play by Philippe Heriat. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Les Joies de 
la famine, 130ct60, DU51880 & 
30Nov64, DU61778. © T. F. T. Corp.; 
2Sep66; DP625O. 

LE VICE DANS LA PEAU. (The vice in the 
skin) Translated by Kent E. Nelson. 
109 1. A play in 3 acts. From the 
orisinal French play by Jean Meyer. 
Text in English. © Kent E. Nelson; 
?5Nov66; DU67229. 

VICE IN THE SKIN. See 
LE VICE DANS LA PEAU. 

VICTORIA MY DARLING, a comedy in 
three acts by Camille Bourgeois. 
1 V. © Camille Bourgeois; 240ct66; 
DU67163. 

VIETNAM ADDRESS, by William H. Kenney. 
Sheet. © William H. Kenney; 6Sep66; 
CI8769. 

THE VILLA AT CANNES, by Barbara Sylvia: 
Biesantz. 1 v. A play In 3 acts. 
© Barbara Sylvia Biesantz; 28Dec66; 
DU67514. 

THE VILLAGE OF ECAEP, a musical play in 
two acts by Robert E. Peppel. 
157 1. © Robert E. Peppel; 6Sep66; 
DU66842. 

VIOLIN SCIENCE; lecture session reminder 
sheets on violin basics for oral 
delivery by V. S. Skamser. 1 v. 
© V. S. Skamser; £lDec66; CI9098. 

LE VIOLON DU TEMPS QUI PASSE; comedie 
pour les enfants par Aristide Char- 
pentier & Marcel Mayan. 5I 1. 
26 scenes. © Aristide Adrien 
Charpentler; 250ct66; DU67074 . 

VIRGIN. See 

A SPECIAL PROVIDENCE. 

THE VIRTUOSO'S CALLIOPE, a play in 
three scenes by Oscar Muscariello. 
1 v. © Oscar F. Muscariello; 23Apr66; 
DP6127 . 



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A VISIT TO A STABLE, a play In one act 
by Don "ft. Mueller. Boston, Baker's 
Plsys. 36 p. Includes music & 
lyrlcs'for 1 song. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 17Jan66, DU6478O. © Don A. 
Mueller; 210ct66; DP6223. 

A VI-TA-MIN-.A -DAY, by Altfeld & Welder. 
Folder. Script. © Screen Gems- 
Columbia Music, Inc.; lSep66; 
CI8886. 

VOCABULARY COURSE, by William Morris & 
Mary Morris. Script I-X. 10 record- 
ing scripts. © William Morris & 
Mary Morris; 14Nov66; CI8915-I8922, 
18924-18923. 

VOICE OF THE GENE, a drama in two 
acts by Elwood E. Williams. 66 1. 
© Elwood E. Williams; l6Aug66; 
DU66718. 

VOICES IN YOUR ALLEY, GOD; the comedy 
& tragedy of the creative & des- 
tructive drives of artists? part I: 
Carnival by Ronald Miglionico. 72 1. 
© Ronald Miglionico; 30ct66; DU66896. 

VORSTADTKOMDDIE; eln Wiener StUck in 
drei Akten von Hans Schubert. 
33 1 . © Herta Schubert; 7Sep66; 
bu66756. 



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WCKY CAMPAIGN CONFERENCE NUMBER ONE; 
transcript of a news conference by 
Robert Taft, Jr. & John J. Gilligan. 
kk 1. © L. B, Wilson, Inc.; 17Aug66; 

c 187 67 . 
WCKY CAMPAIGN CONFERENCE NO. 2; tran- 
script of a news conference by John 
J. Gilligan & Robert Taft, Jr. "+7 1. 
© L. B. Wilson, Inc.; 25Aug66; C18774 . 

WCKY CAMPAIGN CONFERENCE U0.3; tran- 
script of a news conference by John 
J. Gilligan & Robert Taft, Jr. ^+8 1. 
© L. B. Wilson, Inc.; 31Aug66; CI8779. 

WCKY CAMPAIGN CONFERENCE, NUMBER FOUR; 
transcript of a news conference by 
Robert Taft, Jr. & John J. Gilligan. 
45 1. © L. B. Wilson, Inc.; 9Sep66; 
CI8808. 

WCKY CAMPAIGN CONFERENCE, NUMBER FIVE; 
transcript of a news conference by 
Robert Taft, Jr. & John J. Gilligan. 
47 1. © L. B. Wilson, Inc.; l4Sep66; 
CI8815. 

WCKY CAMPAIGN CONFERENCE, NO. 6; trans- 
cript of a news conference by Robert 
Taft, Jr. & John J. Gilligan. 46 1. 
© L. B. Wilson, Inc.; 22Sep66; CI8837. 

WCKY CAMPAIGN CONFERENCE NUMBER SEVEN, 
a news conference by John J. Gilligan 
& Robert Taft, Jr. 46 1. A tran- 
script. © L. B. Wilson, Inc.; 
3Nov66; CI9OO9. 

WCKY CAMPAIGN SPECIAL I966, a news 
conference by Donald Clancy & Thomas 
Anderson. 47 1. A transcript. 
© L. B. Wilson, Inc.; 3Nov66; CI9OO8. 

WAIF AKD THE DOLLS. See 
LA GAMINE ET LES POUPEES . 

WAIT UNTIL DARK, a new play by 

Frederick Knott. 2d draft. 1 v. 
3 acts. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Frederick Knott; 27Jul66; DU662OO. 

WAIT UNTIL DARK, a now play by 

Frederick Knott. 3d draft. 1 v. 
3 acts. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Frederick Knott; 27Jul66; DU66199. 

WAITING FOR THE BUS, a play in one act 
hy Ramon Delgado. 30 1 . © Ramon 
Louis Delgado; 270ct66; DU67O96. 



WAKE UP, OLD MAN, a gentle comedy by 
Robert Hyde Wilson. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Robert Hyde Wilson; 240ct66; 
DU67084 . 

THE WALK, a screenplay by Gus Tassopulos 
& John Swanson, 8I 1. © Gus 
Tassopulos & John Swanson; 15Jul66; 
DU66302 . 

WALK IN DARK PLACES. See 
ROOMS . 

THE WALL TO WALL WAR, a play in two 
acts by John Haase, adapted by 
William A. Miles, Jr. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 70 p. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 26Nov66; DP6261. 

WALLS, by Charline Osgood Shuren. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Charline 
Osgood Shuren; l8Aug66; DU66716. 

WALTZ FOR THE FOREST DWELLERS, bv James 
Clayton, pseud, of James Harrison, Jr. 
23 1. A play. © James E. Harrison, 
Jr.; ?lNov66; DU67308. 

WALTZES FROM VIENNA, a musical romance 
in three acts, music by Johann 
Strauss, Sr. & Johann Strauss, Jr., 
original libretto by A. M. Willner, 
Heinz Reichart & Ernst Marischka; 
new book & lyrics by Phil Park, 
musical adaptation bv Ronald Hanmer. 
126 p. Libretto. NM: revisions. 
© Josef Weinberger, Ltd.; 5Jul66; 
DU66232. 

WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR OUTDOOR LIVING 
AREA? By Paul Willis & Indie Jo 
Dellaripa. Sheet. Taped recording 
script for radio commercial. 
© Sakrete, Inc.; l8jul66; CI87O5. 

THE WAR, a comedy in three acts oy 
Carlo Goldoni; translated from the 
Italian by Alexander Gross. 109 1. 
Translation of La guerra. © Alexander 
Gross; 10Nov66; DU67339. 

WATCH OUT FOR THE CHEATER, a play in 
ten scenes by David de Lamarmoore, 
pseud, of David Alan Beckman. 32 1. 
© David Alan Beckman; l6Aug66; DU66587. 

WATER BABIES. See 

THE LITTLE CHIMNEY SWEEP 

THE WATER KELPIE, by Fay Welch (Pay 
Linberg Welch) 21 1. A play. 
© Pay Linberg Welch; 10Aug66; 
DU66537. 

WAY OUT, a one act m.ay by Wright Hough- 
land. 19 1. © Wright Houghland; 
20Sep66; DU66865 . 

WAY TO FREEDOM AND FULFILLMENT. See 
EL CAMINO A LA LIBERTAD Y LA 
REALIZACION. 

WAYFARING STRANGER, an operetta in 
three acts, music & libretto by 
Patricia Boyd Jenson, music arrange- 
ments by C. Edward Thomas. Minne- 
apolis, Schmitt, Hall & McCreary Co. 
56 p. © Schmitt, Hall & McCreary Co.; 
l8Aug66; DP6167. 
WE COULD GO IN, a Christmas play with 

animals. Book & lyrics by John 

Morrison, music by George Praser. 

23 1. © George Eraser; 150ct66; 

DP6227. 

WE HAVE SEEN THE CHRIST, a Christmas 
play in three acts by Melrose 
Wheeler (Mrs. A, C. Wheeler) 24 p. 
©Mrs. A. C. Wheeler; 2Dec65; 
DP6135. 

WE NEED ASTRONAUGHTS , by Joe Phillips 
& Sugar Cain, pseud, of Constance 
McCain. 6 1. Recording script. 
& SuFT Cain &. Joe Phillips; 24Aug66; 
C18799- 

WE THREE KINGS AFFAIR, by George 
Lindsey. 48 1. A screenplay. 
© George Lindsey; 25Jul66; DU66391. 



WE WILL MEET IN A PLACE WHERE THERE 
IS NO DARKNESS. (Au de la) Screen- 
play by G. Hobson Waller. 104 1. 
© G. Hobson Waller; 7Nov66; DU67124. 

THE WEASEL, by Anthony R. Korba. 1 v. 
A sixty second commercial. © Anthony 
R. Korba; 8Sep66; DU66568. 

WEATHER STORY, sales presentation in- 
cluding six weather story vignettes 
& a 4' 30" weather show, by Charles 
Tranum. 13 1. © Charles Tranum: 
100ct66; CI8876. 

THE WEB, by Anastasla Curran, pseud, of 
June Septant. 80 1. A screenplay. 
© June Septant; 23Aug66; DU66655. 

WEDDING OP THE YEAR, by J. Stafford 
Smith. 80 1. A screenplay. © James 
Stafford Smith; 26Sep66; DU66877 . 

WEEP FOR THE LION, by Ignazio Benfante 
& Leonard Chertoff, lyrics by Dave 
Ormont, music? by Frank Dale. 1 v. 
A musical play In 3 acts. © Ignazio 
Benfante & i'eonard Chertoff; 270ct66; 
DU67068. 

WEEP NOT, MY WANTON, a plnv in two acts 
and an epilogue by Dinah Livingston. 
101 1. © Dinah Livingston & Lorraine 
Livingston; 60ct66; DU66963. 

WEIRD STREET, by Vanity Snobgrass, 
pseud, of Alma E. Shuff lebarger . 
32 1. A play in 3 acts. © Alma E. 
Shufflebarger; 22Aug66; DU66640. 

WE'LL BACK YOU, a new television show 
by Louis Jay Spivak. 4 1. Script. 
© Louis Jay Spivak; 2Sep66; CI8756. 

WEILESLEY 5, YALE 4, by D. R. Wright. 
Nov. i960. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Daniel R. Wrig'it; 8Dec66; DU674 27 . 

WELTSCHMERZ, SKINNY AND FATTY, by 
James E. Maronek. 4 1. A play. 
© James E. Maronek; 26Aug66; 
DU66744 . 



WER MENSCHENBLUT VERGIESST; Oder, Ein 
Ferlurteil. Hbrspiel von Karl 
Pfeil. 22 1. © Karl Pfeil; 29Sep66; 
DU6703O. 

WE'RE GOING TO THE CIRCUS; song story 
for kindergarten & primary grades by 
Genevieve K. Arnold. 32 1. NM: 
dialogue, dramatization & words of 
5 songs. © Genevieve K. Arnold; 
30Aug66; DU668OO. 

WESTERN PAUL REVERE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Jack McKinney. 30 1. © Jack 
McKinney; 270c t66; DU67IO3. 

WHAT AM I BID? By Gene Nash. 82 1 . 
A screenplay. © Liberty Interna- 
tional Productions; 3ON0V66; 
DU67446. 

WHAT AMERICANS CAN DO. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: WHAT 
AMERICANS CAN DO. 

WHAT AN AWKWARD WAY TO DIE, a comedy- 
mystery in three acts by A. J. Felix, 
pseud, of Jim Damico, Helen Damico & 
Amnon Kabatchnik. 1 v. © Jim Damico, 
Helen Damico & Amnon Kabatchnik; 
24Aug66; DU66767. 

WHAT ARE YOU DOING AFTER THE ORGY? 
A play in three acts by Ramo Bongio- 
vanni. 83 1 . © Ramo Bongiovanni; 
40ct66; DU67044. 

WHAT DREAMS MAY COME, a play in three 
acts by Robert W. Johnson. 79 1- 
© Robert W. Johnson; l8Nov66; 
DU6738O. 



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135 



WHAT GOOD IS RELIGION? A Christian 
Science lecture by Nell H. Bowles. 
25 1. © Nell H. Bowles; 4Aug66; 
CI8696. 

WHAT IS SUCCESS? A Christian Science 
lecture by Harry S. Smith. 29 1. 
© Harry S. Smith; 15Aug66; C18879. 

WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED TO FREE 
ENTERPRISE? See 
THE UMBRELLA HANGS ON THE LEFT ARM. 

WHAT WAS THE NAME OF THAT MOVTE? 
A new half -hour television quiz 
program by Charles Mintzer. 8 1. 
© Charles Mintzer; 120ct66; CI8877. 

WHAT? WHERE? OH, I SEE! By Jay 
Fletcher, pseud, of William H. 
Fletcher. 63 1. A play. © William 
H. Fletcher; 22Aug66; DU66750. 

WHATEVER BECAME OF THURSDAY. See 
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THURSDAY. 

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THURSDAY? Play 
in 3 acts by Esther Kaufman. 65 1. 
© Esther Kaufman; 10Aug66; DU66601. 

WHATIF THIS WAS THE WAY IT WAS. See 
WHATIFS. 

WHATIPS. (Whatlf this was the way it 
was) By Glaser (Carol Glaser! & 
Crane. 1 v. © Carol Olaeer; llJulbb; 
CI8686. 

WHAT'S GOIN' ON IN HERE; A three act 

comedy by Albert Lee. 1 v. 

© Albert Franklin Lee; iD^ugbb; 
DU66589. 

WHAT'S GOOD FOR THE GANDER IS GOOD FOR 
THE GOOSE, a screenplay by Faith Hope, 
pseud, of Fannie Wright. 223 1- 
Appl. states prev. reg. 17Apr56, 
DU42302. NM: additions & revision. 
© Fannie Wright; l6Jun66; DU66178. 

WHAT'S IT LIKE TO FIND NEW FRIENDS, 
by Hugh D. Rlordan. 1 v. Script for 
a screenplay. © Psyche, Inc.; 
litNov66; CI9026. 

WHAT'S THIS WORLD COMING TO? Recitation 
& music arr. by Jeff Johnson. Sheet. 
NM: "text only." © Jeff Johnson; 
70ct66; CI8822. 

THE WHEELER DEALERS; comedy in 3 acts 
adapted to the stage by F. Andrew 
Leslie. New York, Dramatists Play 
Service. 94 p. From the novel by 
George Goodman. © George J. W. 
Goodman & F. Andrew Leslie; 
l6Aug66; dp6i84. 

WHEN DAY BECOMES NIGHT, by John Heuer. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © John 
Heuer; 26Sep66; DU66878. 

WHEN DO YOU SHOUT HOORAY? An original 
one-act play written for children 
by Edward & Addle Stein. I8 1. 
© Edward Stein & Addie B. Stein; 
13Dec66; DU67459. 

WHEN FATHER COMES MARCHING HOME AGAIN, 
HURRAH, HURRAH! Screenplav by 
Phillip Doran & Jeffry Sanford. 67 l: 
Based on a short story by Phillip 
Doran. © Jeffry B. Sanford & Phillip 
G. Doran; £9Aug66; DU67?l8. 

WHEN I WAS A KID, by George Elich. 4 1. 
Monolog. © George Elich; 30Sep66; 
C18841. 

WHEN PLAYTIME ENDS, by Roberta Miller. 
118 1. A play in 3 acts. © Roberta 
Miller; 25Aug66; DU66663. 

WHEN YOUR FAMILY TAKES TO THE YARD FOR 
LEISURE-TIME FUN, GO FIRST CLASS, by 
Paul Willis & Indie Jo Dellarlpa. 
Sheet. Taped recording script for 
radio commercial. © Sakrete, Inc.; 
l8Jul66; CI8706. 



WHERE IS THE PROOF? A one -act Easter 
play by Richard B. Poteet. 11 1. 
© Richard B. Poteet; 13Apr66; DP6l4l. 

WHERE, OH WHERE ARE YOU WATER BOY? See 
THE GAMES OF LOVE. 

WHERE'S DADDY? A two-act comedy by 
William Inge. Dramatists Play Serv- 
ice. 80 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
1964, DU6157I. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. ©William Inge; 3Aug66; 
DP6114. 

WHILE REKA WAITS, by Jerilynn C. Smith. 
36 1. A play in 3 acts. © Jerilynn 
Celia Smith; 7Sep66; DU66773. 

WHILE THE WALLS COME TUMBLING, by 

Robert Weinstein. I39 1. A screen- 
play. © Robert Weinstein; 15Aug66; 
DU6672O. 

THE WHIPPING OF BILLY CLYDE, an origi- 
nal story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Joe E. Dunbar. 29 1. 
© Joe E. Dunbar; 28Jul66; DU66426. 

THE WHITE LIE, a comedy by Marian Ber- 
wyck Taylor. 84 1. 2 acts. © Mar- 
ian Berwyck Taylor; 22Aug66; DU66644 . 

WHITE LIGHTNING, by Brett Bolton. 
122 1. A play In 2 acts. © Brett 
Bolton; l4Jul66; DU6629I . 

WHITE MAN, WILL HE SURVI\rE OR FALL, 
a message by John Whitney Keisler, 
Sr. 12 1. © John Whitney Keisler, 
Sr.; 12De.;66; C19073. 

WHITE SALE, a one -hour original comedy 
for television by Richard Burweli . 
68 1. © Richard E. Burwell; 30ct66; 
DU66952. 

WHO CAN FIX THE DRAGON'S WAGON? A 
play in two acts written by Richard 
E. Jackson. 81 1. © Richard E. 
Jackson; 10Aug66; DU66602. 

WHO IS YOUR BROTHER'S KEEPER? See 

CHI E' IL GUARDIANO DI TUO FRATELLO? 

WHO KNOWS WHERE EVIL LURKS? See 
PORTIA OF PRETORIA. 

WHO'S AFRAID OF WILLIAM FAULKNER. See 
THE NEW NIGGER. 

WHO'S COX THIS YEAR, a one act play by 
Eric Woodfield. 19 1. © Eric 
Woodfield; 28Nov66; DU67355 . 

WHY A GOOSE KILLED GOD IN THE GARDEN. 

See 

THE DIVINE TRAGEDY. 
WHY IS A CROOKED LETTER, by Fred 

Vassi. 34 1. A play in 3 acts. 

© Fred Vassi; 17Nov66; DU67256. 

WHY LEAVE IT TO STRANGERS? A comedy in 
three acts by David Bligh. 124 1. 
© David Bligh; 3Aug66; DU66540. 
WHY NO FIRE THAT TIME? THE COMPTON 
COUNCIL ON HUMAN RELATIONS, by Anne 
J. Gulliver. 17 1. Radio script. 
© Anne J. Gulliver; 9Aug66; CI8760. 

WHY NOT THINK FOR YOURSELF? A Christ- 
ian Science lecture by Martin N. 
Heafer. 1 v. © Martin N. Heafer; 
llJun66; CI868O. 

WHY TUESDAY NEVER HAS A BLUE MONDAY, 
a play in one act by Robert Heide, 
pseud, of Robert William Heitke. 
17 1. © Robert William Heitke; 
3Nov66; DU67294. 
THE WICKED WIZARD OF THE UNDERWORLD, 
by Tom Elrod. 1 v. A musical play 
in 3 acts. © Tom Elrod; 29Jul66; 
DU66243. 

THE WIDOW MAKERS: series of TV scripts. 
Episode no.l: Let her go, Gallagher, 
a 1-hour television play by Richard 
F. Stockton. 1 V. 4 acts. Based 
on a story by George Kondolf & 
Richard F. Stockton. © Richard F. 
Stockton; 170ct66; DU67185. 



THE WIDOW'S TEARS, by George Chapman, 
edited by Ethel M, Smeak. Lincoln, 
University of Nebraska Press. II9 p. 
(Regents Renaissance drama series) 

5 acts. NM: introd., appendixes & 
explanatory notes. © University of 
Nebraska Press; 9Nov66; A878394 . 

WIFE: HONEY, WHEN ARE WE GOING TO BUILD 
OUR PATIO? By Paul Willis & Indie Jo 
Dellarlpa. Sheet. Taped recording 
script for radio commercial. 
©Sakrete, Inc.; l8jul66; CI87O8. 

WIFE: WHAT ARE YOU DOING? By Paul 
Willis & Indie Jo Dellarlpa. 2 1. 
Taped recording script for radio 
commercial. © Sakrete, Inc.; 
i8jui66; C18712. 

THE WILD DUCK, by Henrik Ibsen; a new 
American translation by Kai Jurgensen 
& Robert Schenkkan, with an introd. 
by John Simon. New York, Appleton- 
Century-Crofts. 147 p. (Crofts 
classics) 5 acts. © Meredith Pub. 
Co.; 26Sep66; A866613. 
A WILD FIGHT FOR SPRING, a comedy In 

three acts by Tom Erhard (Thomas A. 

Erhard) Boston, Baker's Plays. 86 p. 

(Baker's royalty plays) Appl. states 

-^rev. reg. 3Mar66, DU55220. © Thomas 

A. Erhard; 210ot66; DP6224 . 

WILD FRENZY, by Albert Caron. 246 1. 
A screenplay. © Albert Caron; 
12Jul66; DU66314. 

A WILD OAT, a musical sequel to 

Brewster's millions. Book by Charles 
Robinson; music by Bill Snyder; 
lyrics by Stanley Baum. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book only. © Charles Robinson; 
4nov66; DU67278. 

THE WILD RACE; story & screenplay by 
Ellen Wilkerson, pseud, of Mary Ellen 
Spears. 91 1. © Mary Ellen Spears; 
2Nov66; DU67148. 

WILD SUNSET; an original story written 

6 adapted for television by C. J. 
Ramball. 33 1. © Cranston Sagdess 
Rambali; 200ct66; DU67O54. 

WILD WEST BALLET, for Annie get your 
gun by Danny Daniels, pseud, of 
Daniel Giagni, Jr. 1 v. A dance in 
5 parts. Choreography. © Danny 
Daniels; 9Aug66; DU6653I. 

WILL SUCCESS SPOIL BENNIE PINCUS? 
By Jerry Elkind. I8 1. 2 acts. 
Book ft ivrics only. © Jerry Elkind; 
lJun66; DP6l48. 

WILL THE IMPERIALISTS IN THE KREMLIN 
BE HITLER'S HEIRS? By Roland 
Pritikin. 1 v. © Koland Pritikin; 
21Dec66; CI9096. 

WILL THE REAL MR. ERESS^AN PLEASE STAND 
UP? By Henry I. Greene. 1 v. A 
play in 2 acts. © Henry I. Greene; 
5Dec66; DU67405. 

WILLIAM TELL. (Guillaume Tell) By 
Gioacchlno Rossini. [Edited] by 
Harriet Nordholm; accompaniments by 
Frank Cookson. Evanston, 111., Summy- 
Birchard Co. 12 p. (Birchard opera 
series) 4 acts. Appl. author: Suramy- 
Blrchard Co., employer for hire of 
Harriet Nordholm & Frank B. Cookson. 
© Summy-Blrchard Co.; I6jun66; DP6102. 

WILLIE'S TWO MOTHERS, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Lucy Martin. 29 1. © Lucy 
Martin; 30Sep66; DU66939. 

THE WIND AND THE WILLOWS. (The wind 
in the willows) Play & lyrics by 
Lorraine Michele. 67 1 • 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Freely adapted 
from the novel by Kenneth Grahame . 
NM: changes of 3 song lyrics. 
© Lorraine Michele Seymour; 19Dec66; 
DU67329- 



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THE WIND BLOWS WEST; dramatlc-muElcal . 
Play by Joan Wagenblast, music by 
Florence Bartholomew. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Florence L. Bartholomew & Joan 
Wagenblast; 20Jun66; DU6617O. 

A WINDOW ON THE RIVER ROUGE, by Ben 
Maddow. 94 1. A play In 2 acts. 
© Ben Maddow; 25Jul66; DU66397. 

WINDRUS, a new play by Allan H. Mann. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Allan H. Mann; 
l80ct66; DU67019. 

WINGS OVER THE WILDERNESS, the ballad 
of Jean Audubon; book & lyrics by 
Cecil Hale, pseud, of Cecil I. Hart- 
zell; music by Henry Humphreys. 
1 V. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Cecil I. Hartzell; 9Apr66; 
DP6110. 

THE WINNERS; original screenplay by 
Michael Kanin & Herbert Kline. 
181 1. © Michael Kanin & Herbert 
Kline; 9Nov66; DU67II8. 

THE WINNING MISS, a free musical farce 
paraphrase of Oliver Goldsmith's 
comedy She stoops to conquer by 
Richard A. DeMone. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Richard A. DeMone; 100ct66; DU66893. 

THE WINNING TEAM, by Lee Cahill (Leone 
Cahill) 7 1. A musical play. © Lee 
Cahill; 26Aug66; DU66670. 

WINTER CAME, by Theodore Ordman . 56 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Theodore Ordman; 
190c t66; DU66998. 

WINTER JOURNEY, by William Bauer. 1 v. 
A play in 5 acts. © William Bauer; 
310ct66; DU67159. 

THE WINTER SOLDIER, by Frank Moffett 
Mosier. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Frank Moffett Mosier; 23Aug66; 
DU66656 . 

WIRTSCHAFTSWUWDER. See 
DER CAST HAT IMMER RECHT. 

WISDOM'S WORLD, an original screenplay 
by Robert Barash. 124 1. © Robert 
F. Barash; 7Nov66; DU67207. 

WISH ME WELL, a musical revue by Don 
A. Mueller (Donald A. Mueller) 
1 y © Donald A. Mueller; 21Jul66: 
DU6636I . 

THE WITCH OF THE WOOD, by Mercedes 

Gilbert & Robert James Haskins. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Based on 
the fairy tale Hansel & Gretel. 
© Mercedes Gilbert & Robert James 
Haskins; 8Sep66; DU66784 . 

WITH A LITTLE EXPOSURE, by Patty 
Zyznar (Patricia Katherine Zyznar) 
49 1. A musical play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Patricia 
Zyznar; 22Aug66; DU66736. 

THE WITHER'D GARLAND, by Crane Johnson. 
New York, Theatre Press. 47 p. 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
220ct53, DU35300. NM: revision. 
© Crane Johnson; 10c t56; DP6179. 

WITHOUT MEMORIAL BANNERS, an American 
opera in the jazz idiom. Text by 
Dan Jaffe (Daniel Freeman Jaffe); 
music by Herb Six (Herbert Landes 
Six) 1 V. 2 acts. © Dan Jaffe & 
Herbei Six; 13Jul66; DU66315 . 

WOMAN ALONE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Gladys G. 
Ba^er. 30 1. © Gladys G. Baker; 
19Dec66: DU67474. 



WOMEN, by Billy Roberts (William M, 
Roberts) 2 sheets. © William M. 
Roberts; 17Nov66; CI8976. 

THE WOMEN; play in two acts by Clare 
Boothe Luce, newly rev. by the author. 
Dramatists Play Service. 92 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1937. © Clare 
Boothe Luce; 20Sep66; DP6170. 

THE WOMEN OF FORT YELLOWSTONE, an 

original story written & adapted for 
television by Richard Tucker. 35 1. 
© Richard Tucker; 26jul66; DU66402. 

WOMEN OF PELOPONNESUS, by George 

Costas. 25 1. A play in 2 scenes. 
©Alice Costas; l6jun66; DU66175 . 

THE WONDERFUL EARLY AMERICAN WORLD OF 
MR. & MRS, JOHN J. JONES, a one act 
play by Bill Breninghouse (William 
W. Breninghouse) 15 1. © William 
W. Breninghouse; 12Sep66; DU668II. 

THE WONDERMENT OF GLEEP, an adventure 
play for children by Gale Peterson. 
1 V. 7 scenes. © Gale F. Peterson; 
2Aug66; DU66471. 
WORLD AFFAIRS WORKSHOP. 28 1. (Sounds 

of the times) A recording script. 

Appl. authors: New York Times Co. & 

Encyclopaedia Brltannica Press. 

© New York Times Co.; 19Dec66; 

CI9OI8. 

THE WORLD OF THE RESURRECTED, an origi- 
nal stDry written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Betty Ann Dixon. 34 1. 
© Betty Ann Dixon; 26jul66; DU66401. 

WOULD YOU BELIEVE? By Robertshaw 
Controls Co. Segments no. 1-26. 
23 1. © Robertshaw Controls Co.; 
60ct66; CI882I. 
WRONG NUMBER, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Americo 
Diaz. 34 1. © Americo Diaz; 28Jul66; 
DU66423. 



X 



XAVTER; comedie en 3 actes et 4 ta- 
bleaux de Jacques Deval, pseud, de 
Jacques Boularan. 1 v. © Jacques 
Deval; 19Aug56; DU66544 . 

XUALA, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Estelle 
Davis. 61 1. © Estelle Davis; 
lAug66; DU66465. 



THE YEAR OF THE COMPUTER, 2,000, by 
Robert Fondiller. Aug. 2, 1966. 
1 V. A talk. © Robert Fondiller; 
26Sep66; CI8933. 
THE YELLOW BREED, a new play in three 
acts by Irving Greenberg. IO6 1. 
© Irving Greenberg; 19Dec66; DU674 34. 

YELLOW JACKET, by Fred E. Moore. 
1 V. A play. © Fred E. Moore; 
6Sep66; DU6673I. 

YES, AND WHAT ABOUT THE PEOPLE? A 

biographical play by Bernard Schubert. 

1 V. 4 acts. © Bernard S. Schubert; 

3Aug66; DU66790. 
YO COMPRO ESTA MUJER, de Olga Ruilopez. 

1 V. 20 scripts for television. 

© Olga Ruilopez; 30ct66; DU67027. 

YORK PLAN, SECTIONS A & B: PROMOTION 
PRESENTATION CONTROL, by Robert 
Nathaniel York, Jr. 8 1. A lecture. 
© Robert Nathaniel York, Jr. ; 
4Aug66; CI8685. 



YOU AND god; a Christian Science 
lecture by Paul A. Erickson. 
25 1. © Paul A. Erickson; 15Aug66; 
CI8881. 

YOU CAN GET IT IF YOU WANT IT; story, 
words, script by Bob Bannister (Rob- 
ert Bannister); music by Tony L. 
Pietrafeso. 1 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. © Robert Bannister & Tony 
L. Pietrafeso; 26Aug66; DU66449. 

YOU CAN'T FOOL A FRENCHMAN, an original 
story written & adapted for televisior 
by J. L. Cossett. 30 1. © Joseph L. 
Cossett; 25Jul66; DU66385 . 

YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A MAGICIAN TO MAKE 
YOUR GARDEN THE ENVY OF YOUR FRIENDS, 
by Paul Willis & Indie Jo Dellarlpa. 
Sheet. Taped recording script for 
radio commercial. © Sakrete, Inc.; 
l8Jul66; CI8707. 

YOU TELL 'EM, PA.' By Joseph Brogley. 
Ill 1. A play in 3 acts. © Joseph 
Brogley; lDec66; DU67219. 

YOUNG MOZART, a musical play for 
children; book & lyrics by Charles 
Hull, music by Wolfgang Amadeus 
Mozart. 1 v. 9 scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. © Charles Hull; 
26Sep66; DU66748. 

YOUNG PEOPLE'S PACT, a play in one act 
by Arturo Parrilla. 40 1. © Arturo 
Parrilla; 22Jun66; DU66318. 

YOUR AMERICAN LEGION SPEAKS; TV & radio 
series I. 6 1. © Belmont Corp.; 
lSep66; CI9024. 

YOUR HEALTH IS IN YOUR HANDS; lecture 
by Adelle Davis. 23 p. © Adelle 
Davis & Arnold J. Carrico; 28Nov66; 
019029. 

YOUE MEMORY DEA/ELOPMENT PROGRAM; script 
by Clarence L. Blasier. 51 1- 
© Memory Development, Ltd.; 12Aug66; 
CI8761. 

YOU'RE DRIVING ME CRAZY, by Walter 
Schwartz. 1 v. A play. © Walter 
Schwartz; 23Dec66; DU67510. 

YOUTH CORPS: ROOSEVELT STYLE, an origin- 
al story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by John A. Lazor, Jr. 30 1 . 
© John A. Lazor, Jr.; 26Jul66,: 
DU66403. 



ZEN SUBSTITUTE. See 
KABUKI PLAYS. 

DER ZIGEUNERBARON; Operette in drei 
Akten von Ignaz Schnitzer, Musik 
von Johann Strauss, Neufassung von 
Rott, Stolz 8e Nachmann. 2 v. 
NM: additions & revisions'. © Josef 
Weinbergei, A.G.; 5Jul66; DU66233. 

LA ZINGARA ED IL MARINE, dramma lir- "^o 
in un atto e tre quadri; libretto, 
L. Sanna; muslca, A. Beccanulli. 
1 V. © Antonio Beccanulli; 100ct66; 
DU66999. 

ZOROASTER, a play by Harry T. Ferris. 
115 1. 5 acts. Based on the novel 
by Francis Marion Crawford. © Harry 
T. Ferris; 5Dec66; DU67416. 



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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 



A. J. WELDON, by Gladys Funk (Gladys 
Funk Foster) © 9Dec38; D6O6O9. 
Gladys Funk Foster (A); 110ct66; 
R395320. 

ABIGAIL GOES HAYWIRE, a farce in three 
acts by Richard Hill Wilkinson. 
© l6May39; D63791. Richard Hill 
Wilkinson (A); 9Aug66; R391103. 

ADAM'S APPLE, by Wilva Davis (Wilva 
Davis Breen) & Robert Breen. From 
Adam the creator, by Karel & Jjseph 
Cajeck. © 7Jan39; d61329. Wilva 
Davis Breen & Robert Breen (A); 
19Dec66; R400663. 

AGE REBELS, a one act play for 9 women 
by Gertine Ahrens. © 29May39; 
DP64249. Gertine Ahrens Wilhelm (A); 
50ct66; R394622. 

AGE REBELS; 1 act play for 9 women 

by Gertine Ahrens. © 2Dec38; DU60485. 
Gertine Ahrens Wilhelm (A); 50ct66; 
R394624. 

ALWAYS TELL THE TRUTH, a play for wo- 
men in three acts by J. C. McMullen. 
© 19Jan39; D61582. Marie McMullen 
(W); 9Aug66; R391116. 

THE AMERICAN WAY, by George S. Kaufman 
& Moss Hart. © 31Mar39; DP62828. 
Anne Kaufman Schneider (C); 9Sep66; 
R393193. 

AND ONE FOR THE LADY, by John Cecil 
Holm. © 20ct39; D66237. John 
Cecil Holm (A); 30ct66; R394852. 

AND SILENTLY STEAL AWAY, a farce in 
one act by Ann Patterson & Robert 
W. Mitchner. © 28N0V38; DP60562. 
Ann Pattovonn & Robert W. Mitchner 
(A): 50ct66; R39't621. 

ANDREW MCMURTY, IMMIGRANT, by Luke 
Stewart. © 7Dec38;. DP64250. Luke 
Stewart (A); 50ct66; R39'*627 . 



ANGELS DON'T MARRY AND OTHER ONE -ACT 
PLAYS, by Florence Ryerson & Colin 
Clements. © 14Nov38; DP60566. Hal 
Ryerson (C); 10Aug66; R391159. 

ANNE GETS A BREAK, by J. C. McMullen 
© l8May39; D63793. Marie McMullen 
(W); 9Aug66; R39IIO5. 

ANSWERED PRAYER, by Esther C. Averill. 
© l8Jan39; D6157'*. Lawrence Averill 
(Wr); 9Aug66; R391111. 

ANTIC SPRING, a 1 act play by RoDert 
Nail. © 5Nov39; DP67200. Robert 
Nail (A); l4Dec66; R399532. 

APRIL THE FIRST MAKES MERRY, a chi:- 
dren's play by B. M. Redland, 
adapted from the broadcast version of 
April fool. © 2Aug38; DP59028. 
B. M. Redland (A); 13Jul66; R390135. 

ARE WE DRESSING? Comedy in one act by 
Don Pierre, pseud, of Richard Hill 
Wilkinson. © 24May39; D63967. 
Richard Hill Wilkinson (A): 9Aug66: 
R39IO87. 

ASK FOR SALLY, a play in 3 acts by 
Otto Shafter. © 24Aug39; D65449. 
Otto Shafter (A); 26Aug66; R392763. 

AUNT LETTY'S NIECE, a farce comedy in 
three acts by Richard Hill Wilkinson. 
© IN0V38; D60925. Drama Guild Pub- 
lishers (PWH); l80ct66; R39566I. 

AWAY FROM IT ALL, a play in 3 acts 
by Caroline Francke & Joseph Liss. 
Based on a play by M. L. Cromwell, 
© 22N0V39; D67042. Kenneth Downer 
(Wof C. Francke) & Joseph Liss (A); 
19Dec66; R3989'H. 



B 



BACHELOR, BEWARE; 3 acts by Mary 
Broderick. © 25Aug38; DP59039. 
Mary Broderick (A); 13Ju16d; 
R39013I. 

BACHELOR MOTHERS, a compdv in three acts 
by Rose Saffron. C 7Sep38; D5893O. 
Rose Saffron (A); l6Aug66; R392IOO. 



BARBER OF SEVILLE, by Beaumarchais, 
translated by David Stewart Munro 
Robb. Text only. © llAug38; 
DU58499. Stewart Robb (A); 19Jul66; 
.R389483. 
BARBER OF SEVILLE, by Beaumarchais, 
translated by Stewart Robb. 
© 31JU139; DP65730. Stewart Robb 
(A); 50ct66; R39't623. 

BATTLE OF THE DEAD. See 
EXODUS . 

BECAUSE IT'S JUNE; comedy in one act 

by Babette Hughes (Babette Hughes Hall'' 
© lDec39; DP68017. Babette Hughes 
Hall (A); 2Dec66; R399490. 

BEGINNER'S LUCK; 3 acts by Glenn Hughes. 
© l4Sep38; DP59319. Cleta Hughes (W) ; 
8Aug66; R390772. 

BELLA THOMSON'S WEDDING MORNING, an 
adaptation, by Nettie Milne, of Haste 
to the wedding. by F. Morton Howard. 
© 10Jan39; DP62197. Nettie Milne (A); 
20Dec66; R398966. 

BERTHA, THE BEAUTIFUL TYPEWRITER GIRL; 
old-time melodrama in 4 acts by 
Charles George. © 23Jun39; 064373- 
Edith M. Stevenson (E); 30Aug66; 
R392417. 

BEST SELLER, a book of revue sketches 
by Maurice Lane-Norcott, Clifford 
Grey, Anthony Pellssier, Vere 
Etheridge & Lorna Pettigrew. 
© l6sep38; DP60178. Samuel French, 
Ltd. (PWH); 8Aug66; R390766. 

BIG THING IN LIFE, 3 acts by Frances 
Mangin, pseud, of Marie Doran. 
© 25N0V38; DP60558. Samuel French, 
Inc. (PWH); 50ct66; R394620. 

BLAZING THE TRAIL, a farce in three 
acts by J. C. McMullen. © l8May39; 
D63784. -Marie McMullen (W); 9Aug66; 
R39II20. 

BODIES IN OUR CELLAR, by Joseph 0. 
Kesselring. © 22Jul39; D64636. 
Jo=-eph 0. Kesselring (A); lSep66; 

r: 9 3097. 



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July-Dec. 



THE BRACELET OF DOOM; mystery in 1 act 
by Vivian Mayo, pseud, of Charles 
George. © 9Aug39; D65697. Edith M. 
Stevenson (E) ; 30Aug66; R592415. 

BREAD FROM HEAA/EN, one act by J. C 
McMullen. © 30Aug39; D65696. 
Marie McMullen (W); 8Sep66; R39295't ■ 

THE BROTHER, a religious play in three 
acts by Dorothy Clarke Wilson. 
© 9Aug39; D65695. Dorothy Clarke 
Wilson (A); 9Aug66; R391093- 

BY POPULAR REQUEST, comedy in 1 act by 
Matt Taylor. Adapted from the Satur- 
day evening post. © 240ct38; D59922. 
Marion Baxter Taylor (W); 40ct66; 
Pi394g29. 



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CALLING ALL CARS, a thriller in one act 
by Austin Williams Cook. © l8Apr39; 
D63792. Austin Williams Cook (A); 
9Aug66; R391104. 

CANTERBURY TALES; book for musical re- 
vue in 2 acts by Miriam Milman & 
Mack David. © 15Mar39; d62417. 
Mack David (A); 22Aug66; R392659. 

CAPTAINS AND THE KINGS, by Channing 
Pollock. © 28Aug39; DP65TOI. 
Helen Channing Pollock (E); 12Sep66; 
R393245. 

CARMELITA, a light opera in 3 acts. 
Libretto & lyrics by Helen Bogg, 
music by Nino Marcelli. © 2Mar39; 
D39636. Nino Marcelli (A); 18Nov66; 
R398544 . 

LES CHANTREL; play in three acts by 

Louis Verneuil, pseud, of Louis Collin 
Du Bocage. © l80ct39; D67783. 
Florence Ryan (E); 260ct66; R396367. 

THE CHEERS OP YESTERDAY, a play for wo- 
men in three acts by Gladys Black 
Wilcox. © lFeb39; D62767. Gladys 
Black Wilcox (A); 9Aug66; R391118. 

THE CHEF, a comedy for women in one act 
by Essex Dane. © 15May39; D63786. 
Rudy Engel (E); 9Aug66; R39IIOI. 

LA CHEVRE D'OR; comfedie lyrlque en 7 
tableaux de Andr6 Blrabeau d'apres 
le roman de Paul Arene; muslque de 
Henri Collet. Llvret seulement. 
© 30Sep39; DF69272. Andr6 Birabeau 
(A); 2Nov66; R396't'+1. 

CHINA BLUE EYES, a comedy of youth in 
three acts by Carl Webster Pierce. 
© 17May39: D63795. Mary Cunningham 
Pierce (w); 9Aug66; R391107 • 

CHOICE DRAMAS FOR CHILDREN'S DAY; by 
Mildred Sipley, Mattie B. Shannon, 
Dorothy Lehman Sumerau & Elsie Duncan 
Yale. © 30Mar39; D63OI7. Rodeheaver 
Co. (PWH); 22Sep66; R393507. 

CHRISTMAS CAROL, adapted by Cora Wilson 
Greenwood from the story of the same 
name by Charles Dickens. © 9Nov38; 
DU60564. Cora Wilson Greenwood (A); 
50ct66; R394626. 

CHRISTMAS ON OLD BALDY, a western Xmas 
play in one act by J. C. McMullen. 
© 19Jan39; D61577. Marie McMullen 
(W); 9Aug66; R39111't. 
CITY SLICKERS; play in 3 ".cts by Jennine 
Dowry, pseud, of Jeannette Dowling. 
© 19Jar39; D61581. Jeannette Dowling 
(A); 19Sep66; R393582. 

LE COFFRE-FORT VIVANT; operette a grand 
spectacle en 2 actes et 18 tableaux 
de Georges Berr et Louis Verneuil, 
d'apres le roman de Frederic Mauzeno; 
muslque de Joseph Szulc et Jean Sau- 
treuil, couplets de M. H. Wernert. 
Texte seulement. © 20Jun39; D64279. 
Edith Berr-Mognard (E of G. Berr) & 
Eva DeVinck (E of L. Verneuil); 
8Sep66; R39303'+ • 



LE COFFRE-FORT VIVANT; operette en 2 
actes & 18 tableaux de Georges Berr 
& Louis Verneuil; muslque de Joseph 
Szulc & Jean Sautreuil; couplets de 
M. H. Wernert. Libretto. © 20Jun39j 
06^279. Florence Ryan (E of 
L. Verneuil); 260ct66; R397't30. 

COMEDIENNE; comedy in 3 acts by Ivor 
Novello. © 280ct38; DP60570. 
F. W. Allen (E); 9Sep66; R392827 . 

CONTEST WINNER, a playlet in one act by 
Sidney Easton. © 230ct39; D66588. 
Sidney Easton (A); 240ct66; R3963it8. 

CONVERSION, a dramatized sermon in one 
act by Esther C. Averill. © l8May39; 
D63783. Lawrence Averill (Wr); 
9Aug66; R391119. 

COVENTRY NATIVITY PLAY, b-^ Isobel Lee 
Warner. © 240ct38; DP60567. Isobel 
Lee Warner (A); 9Sep66; R392828. 

CRICK IN THE NET; one act by Herbert 
Ingham. © l6sep3R; DP60182. 
Herbert Ingham (A); 13Jul66; R390125. 

CUPID RAMPANT, a caricature in 1 act 
by Percy Corry. © 31Dec38; DP62l44 . 
Percy Corry (A); 7Dec66; R399t65. 



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THE DARK HOUSE; mystery play in three 
acts by Wall Spence; suggested by an 
incident in a book by G. M. Fenn. 
© 10Apr39; DP63021. Wall Spence 
(A); 250ct66; R396II7 . 

DARKTOWN JAMBOREE, by James Reach. 
© 8jan39; DP61912. James Reach (A); 
lifDec66; R39939'+. 

DAY IN THE SUN; comedy in three acts 
by Edward R. Sammis & Ernest V. Heyn. 
© 4Dec39; D70163. Edward R. Sammis & 
Ernest V. Heyn (A); 6Dec66; R399445 . 

DEAD MEW TALK. See 
THE SHADOW. 

DEAR DEAD ALFRED, a comedy in 3 acts 
by Julia Bennett. © l6Sep38; D59100. 
Julia Bennett Puller (A); 13Sep66; 
R393253. 
DEAR, DEAR CHILDREN, a play in 1 act 
by Sophie Kerr (Sophie Kerr Under- 
wood) © 27Sep38; DU59283. Mary 
Elizabeth Taylor (E) ; 23Jun66; 
R39013O. 

DEAR, DEAR CHILDREN, by Sophie Kerr 
(Sophie Kerr Underwood) (In Woman's 
home companion, Nov. 1938) © l40ct38; 
DP59668. Mary Elizabeth Taylor (E); 
23Jun66; R390127. 

DEAR OCTOPUS, a comedy in three acts by 
Dodie Smith (Dorothy Gladys Smith) 
© 170ct38; DP65924. Dorothy Gladys 
Smith Beesley (A); llAug66; R391164 . 

DEAR OCTOPUS; three acts by Dodie Smith 
(Dorothy Gladys Smith Beesley) 
© 130ct3q; DP66869. Dorothy Gladys 
Smith Beesley (A); 2Nov66; R395963. 



bEAS'H SHOWS THE WAY. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER; play in 
one act by Stephen Vincent Benet. 
Rev. version. © 15Sep39; D67203. 
Rachel B. Lewis, Thomas C. Benet, 
Stephanie B. Mahin (C); 29Sep66; 
R394025. 

DOUBLE-CROSS PATCH, a one act comedy 
by Wallace Acton. © lAug38; DP58440. 
Wallace Acton (A); 23Jun66; R39OI38. 

DRAMAS AND PAGEANTS FOR CHRISTMAS, by 
Janet L. Johns, Elsie Duncan Yale & 
Mattie B. Shannon. © 22Sep39; 
D66240. Rodeheaver Co. (PWH); 
23Sep66; R393924 . 



DRAMATIC BIBLE READINGS, by Aileen 
Humphrey Yinger. © 8May39; D63788. 
Aileen Humphrey Yinger (A); 19Sep66; 
R393583. 
DU BARRY WAS A LADY; musical play in 2 
acts by H. Fields & G. G. De Sylva. 
Text. © 12N0V39; D67034 . Marie 
De Sylva (w); 29Nov66; R398740. 



EASY BIBLE STORY DRAMATIZATIONS FOR 
CHILDREN, by Karin Sundelof-Asbrand 
& Mrs. Stanley Ross Fisher. 
© 7Feb39; D62766. Karin Sundelof- 
Asbrand & Mrs. Stanley Ross Fisher 
(A); 24Aug66; R3gigi5. 

EASY PLAYS FOR LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY, by 
various authors; Theodore Johnson, 
editor. © llJan39; D61573. Theodore 
Johnson (A); 9Aug66; R3911IO. 

ELEPHANT SHEPHERD, a comedy in 3 acts 
by Vernon Smith. © 28Dec38; DP61383. 
Vernon Smith (A); 5Dec66; R399458. 

ELOPING WITH CUPID; comedy in- 3 acts 

by Kathryn Wayne. © 250ct38; DP60152. 

Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 9Sep66; 

R392835. 
ENCHf.NTED MAZE; five scenes by Paul 

Green. © 130c t39; DP66801. Paul 

Green (A); 2Nov66; R395962. 

EVERY OTHER DAY, a play in 3 acts by 
Dawn Powell. © 2Jun39; D63952. 
Jacqueline Rice (E) : 70ct66; R394705. 

EVERYBODY'S CRAZY NOW, a comedy in 
three acts by Don Pierre. © IN0V38; 
D61303. Drama Guild Publishers 
(PWH); l80ct66; R395664 . 
EXODUS, an opera in three acts written 
& composed by Ardon Cornwell. 
© 26sep38; D39537. Mrs. Ardon Corn- 
well (W) & Diana Gray Cornwell (C); 
lSep66; R392799. 
EXODUS; in 3 acts, written by Ardon 
Cornwell. © 26Sep38; D59247. 
Mrs. Ardon Cornwell (W) & Diana 
Gray Cornwell (C); lSep66; R392798. 

EXODUS; or. The battle of the dead. 
By Janet Elsie Clark. © 7Feb39; 
D61748. Janet Elsie Clark (A); 
240ct66; R396332. 



FAIRY GOLD; play for children by 
Alvln Langdon Coburn, music by 
Granville Bantock. © I9N0V38; 
DF39686. Hamilton Bantock (C) & 
Alvin Langdon Coburn (A); lSep66; 
R392566. 

FAMILY PORTRAIT; play in 3 acts by 

Lenore Coffee (Lenore Coffee Cowen) & 
William Joyce Cowen. © 17Apr39; 
DP6325I. Lenore Coffee Cowen (A); 
l4Dec66; R399531. 

FARM OF THREE ECHOES, by Noel Langley. 
© 8Aug39; DU6519O. Noel Langley (A); 
l5Dec66; R399533- 

FATHER SULIAC'S CABBAGES; 1 act by 
W. Branch Johnson. © 9Sep38; 
DP60173. W. Branch Johnson (A); 
8Aug66; R39077O. 

THE FIFTH YEARBOOK OF SHORT PLAYS, I5 
new non-royalty plays designed for 
study and production; Lee Owen Snook 
& Evelyn Edenburn, editors. © 5Sep39; 
D65973. Irene Snook (W); 8Sep66; 
R392953. 

FIFTY MINUTES, by Clark Walsh. © 7Dec3^ 
DP60954. Clark Walsh (A); 10Aug66; 
R39II6O. 

FIREMAN'S FLAME, a musical melodrama in 
three acts; lyrics by John Van Antwerp, 
pseud, of Jerrold Krimsky, & Ted Fet- 
ter; music by Richard Lewlne . Text. 
© 80ct38; DP6OI53. Sophie Krimsky 
(E) & Ted Fetter (A); llAug66; R39II6I 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



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FIRES AT VALLE^ FORGE, eplgcde in one 
scene by Harold Harper, pseud, of 
Barrett H. Clark. © 5Sep39; D67205 . 
Mrs. Barrett H. Clark (w); 30Nov66; 
R3987't9. 

Tffi;- W,16HT OP THE VULTURE, gee 

THE SHADOW. 
THE FLOWER OF THE RANCH; comedy of the 

West by David Duncan, pseud, of 

Charles George. © 17Jul39; D65698. 

Edith M. Stevenson (E) ; 50Aug66; 

R592414. 

THE FLYING GERARDOS, a comedy in 2 acts 
by Kenyon Nicholson & Charles K. 
Robinson. © 250ct39; D66615 . 
Kenyon Nicholson & Charles K. Robin- 
son (A); 19Dec66; R398939. 

FOLLOWERS OF THE STAB, by Alice Ella 
Shei-man. © 15Sep38; D491I+5. Alice 
Ella Sherman (A); 12Sep66; F3945OO. 

FOOT-LOOSE; comedy in 3 acts by Charles 
Qulraby Burdette, pseud, of Lee Owen 
Snook. © 30Sep39; D66493. Irene 
Snook (W); 50ct66; R39't701. 
49, a playlet by Juanita Miller; 
arranged & condensed from Joaquin 
Miller's 1-act play 49. © 5Aug38; 
DU58722. Juanita Miller (A); 
13Jul66; R397184. 

FOUR EA=;TER DRAMAS, by Elsie Duncan 
Yale & Mattie B. Shannon. © 25Jan39; 
D6I696. Rodeheaver Co. (FWH); 
23Sep66; R393922. 

DIE FRAU IM SPIEGEL; operetta von 
Will Meisel, Gunther Schwenn & 
Theo Halton. e> 10Dec35; DFI655. 
Will Meisel & GUnther Schwenn (A) & 
Bruno Schwarz (E. of T. Halton); 
28Mar63j R389649. 

FRECKLES, a drajnatlzation in 3 acts 
by Rose Warner, pseud, of Wilbur 
Braun, of Gene Stratton-Porter's 
novel. © 3Aug39; DP66314 . Saiimel 
French, Inc. (PWH); 27Dec66; 
R399362. 

THE FRIENDLY CHURCH, by Frances Dyer 
Eckardt (Frances Eckardt Smith) 
© 19Jan39; D6I576. Frances Eckardt 
Smith (Mrs. Rockwell) (A); 9Aug66; 
R391113. 

FROM AEON TO AEON, a mystery play in 
4 acts, parts 1 & 2 by Dirk Fock 
(Dirk Foch) © 30ct38; D39557 . Dirk 
Foch (A); 29Aug66; R392717 . 

FROM AEON TO AEON, a mystery play in 
4 acts, text & music by Dirk 
Fock (Dirk Foch) Text only. 
© 10ct38; D60057. Dirk Foch (A); 
29Aug66; R392716. 

FUNK-HOLE, by Harold Brighouse. 

© 31Dec38; DP61909. Barbara Brig- 
house (C); 7Dec66; R399464. 

THE FURNITURE ACTRESS, an original 
sketch by Alex Kahn (Alexander Kahn) 
for Ziegfeld follies, 1939-40 version. 
© 240ct39; D66605. Select Theatres 
Corp. (PWH); 260ct66; R396369. 



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GENERAL ELECTRIC BEACH; music by 
William Provost, lyrics by Alex 
Kahn. © 240ct39; D39740. Select 
Theatres Corp. (PWH); 270ct66; 
R337051. 

THE GENTLE PEOPLE, a Brooklyn fable by 
Irwin Shaw. © 21Feb39; D62II3. 
Irwin Shaw (A); l6Novb6; R397523- 

THE GHOST OF RHODES MANOR; mystery 
play for girls in 3 acts by Jean Lee 
Latham. © lDec39; D68018. Jean Lee 
Latham (A); 5Dec66; R399444 . 



GHOSTLY PASSENGER, a mystery comedy 
in one act by Millard Crosby, pseud, 
of Wilbur Braun. © 110ct39; DP66862. 
Wilbur Braun (A); 27Dec66; R399363. 

GIFT TWICE GIVEN, play in 1 act by 
Marion Wefer. © 3Aug38; DP59552. 
Marion Wefer (A); 28Jun66; R390129. 

GIVE US A BREAK, a comedy in 3 acts by 
Frances Mangin, pseud, of Marie Doran. 
© 24Jan39; DP6191I. Samuel French, 
Inc. (PWH); 20Dec66; R398967 . 

GLAMOR IN THE POCONOS; comedy in 1 act 
by John Kirkpatrlck. © 9Jan39; 
DP61913. John Kirkpatrlck (A); 
l4Dec66; R399396. 

GLI ORAZI; istoria un atto da livio 
1° 22-26 di Ennio Porrino. Libretto. 
© 12Aug39; D65818. Malgari Onnis 
Porrino (W); 22Sep66; R394257. 

GLORIANA, by Ferdinand Bruckner. 

© 14Nov38; DU6o400. Mrs. Ferdinand 
Bruckner (W); 10Nov66; R397322 . 

GLORIOUS MORNING, by Norman MacOwan. 
© lSep38; DU5882I. Mrs. Norman 
MacOwan (W) ; 26Aug66; R392320. 

GLORIOUS MORNING, by Norman Macowan 
[i.e. Ma.cOwan] © 15Jun39; DP64557. 
Mrs. Norman MacOwan (W) ; 26Aug66; 
R392322. 

GLORIOUS MORNING; play in 3 acts by 
Norman MacOwan. © 240ct38; DP61O3O. 
Mrs. Norman MacOwan (W) ; 26Aug66; 
R39252I . 

DIE GLUCKSSCHMIEDS, Operette in 3 Akten; 
Text, Marion Halvorsen; Musik, 
Richard Stauch. Klavierauszug. 
© 220ot38; DP39595. Richard Stauch 
& Marion Halvorsen (A); l40ct66; 
R395563. 

DIE GLUCKSSCHMIEDE; Operette in 3 Akten; 
Text von Marion Halvorsen, music von 
Richard Stauch. Libretto. © 220ct38; 
DP61345. Marion Halvorsen (A); 
I40ct66; R39745O. 

THE GOVERNOR, a play in one act by 
Jack Stuart Knapp. © 19Jan39; 
D61583. Jack Stuart Knapp (A); 
9Aug66; R39III7. 

GREEN AND PLEASANT LAND; 1 act by 
Marie Jeaffreson, pseud, of Marie 
Birt & Raymond Birt. © 25Aug38; 
DP59036. Ma.rie Birt & Raymond 
Birt (A); 8Aug66; R390773. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker, 
a N0.A-29I--A-292, lDeo38, DU6045I- 
60452; N0.A-293--A-294, 7Dec38, 
DU605 80-605 81; No.A-295, 9Dec38, 
DU6O618; No.A-296, 12Dec38, DU6O633; 
N0.A-297--A-298, 17Dec38, DU60772- 
60773; No.A-299, 27Dec38, DU60938. 
Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 15Aug66; 
R392076-392084 . 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Fr'jnciE Striker. 
© N0.A-3OI--A-302, 6Jan39, DU61075- 
61076; No.A-303, 13Jan39, DU61192. 
Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 15Aug66; 
R3920e5-392087. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Fr"ncis Striker. 
©No. 300, 6Jan39, Wf\07k. Gre-^n 
Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 3lAug66; ^393090. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No. 304, 23Jan39, DU61373; N0.305, 
13Jan39, DU6ll93; N0.306, 19Jan39j 
DU61297; No. 307-308, 23Jan39, 
DU6I374-6I375 ; No. 309-310, 2Feb39, 
DU6l603-6l604; No. 311-312, 9Feb39, 
DU6 1775-61776; No. 313-314, l6Feb39, 
DU61955-61956; No. 315, 23Feb39, 
DU62033. © Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
31Aug66; R39278O-392783, 392779, 
392776-392778, 392775-392772. 



THE GREEN STICK; play in three acts by 
Bruce Millholland. © 13Feb39; 
DU6l864. Charles Bruce Millholland 
(A); 210ct66; R396319. 

THE GHEEN VINE; comedy in 3 acts by 
Nan Bagby Stephens. © 30Sep39: 
D66494. Grace E. Stephens (NK); 
7Nov66; R396444. 

GUDRUN, eine deutsche Ballade; Dichtung 
& Musik von Ludwig Roselius. 
Klavierauszug. © 5Jan39; D39732. 
Ludwig Roselius (A); 4Nov66; R396476. 



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HALF AN HOUR IN QUOD; one act by Leslie 
Stokes & Sewell Stokes. © l6Sep38; 
DP60593. Leslie Stokes & Sewell 
Stokes (A); 13Jul66; R390124 . 

HANS BRINKER AND THE SILVER SKATES, br 
Charlotte B. Chorpenning. © 20May38; 
D56534. Children's Theatre Press 
(PWH); 3Aug66; R391457. 

HAPPINESS AHEAD; or. Old times. Choral 
comedy by Kurtz Gordon. © 26May39; 
D63964. Kurtz Gordon (A); 9Aug66; 
R39IO86. 
THE HARBOR LIGHT; presentation cere- 
mony by Alice E. Sherman. © 16N0V38; 
nfin^Oi^. Alice Ella Sherman (A); 
30ct66; R394504. 

HARRY S, PEPPER'S KENTUCKY MINSTRELS, 
words & music by Harry S. Pepper & 
C. Denier Warren. © l'SAug39; 
DP39717. Harry S. Pepper & C. Denier 
Warren (A); 30Aug66; R392750. 

HAUNTED HIGH SCHOOL; mystery comedy of 
high school life in 3 acts by Orville 
Snapp, pseud, of Wilbur Braun. 
© 3Aug39; DP65732. Wilbur Braun (A); 
27Dec66; R399360. 

THE HAXTONS; 3 acts by Hugh Walpole. 
© 30Aug39; D65975- Rupert Hart- 
Davis (E); l4Sep66; R393555. 

HER DAY OFF, a one act comedy for wo- 
men by Esther Harney Hannan. 
© 19Jan39; D61579. Esther Harney 
Hannan (A); 9Aug66; R391115. 

HIGH TIME, by Laurence Schwab & Philip 
Wylie. © 15Apr39; DU63278. Mildred 
Schwab Walsh (W of L. Schwab) & 
Laurence Schwab, Jr. (C); 9Sep66; 
R 39 3197. 
THE HILL BETWEEN, a folk play in three 
acts by Lula Vollmer, prepared by 
Nathaniel Edward Reeid. (Longman's 
play series) © 22Mar39; D62740. 
Lalla V. Hill (NK) ; 22Nov66; R397509. 

HOME ON THE RIMS: one act by Andrew 
Anderson. © l6Sep38; DP60181. 
Andrew Anderson (A) ; 13Jul66; 
R390126. 

HOUSE OP PUN. See 
THE SHADOW. 

HUG ME TIGHT; comedy in 3 acts by 
Kathryn Wayne. © 200ct38; DP6OI67. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 9Sep66; 
R39283I. 

HUNGERERS, by William Saroyan. 

© 2Nov39; DU66705. William Saroyan 

(A); 19Dec66; R398964 . 
HUSBANDS SUPPLIED, a farce in one act 

by Falkland L. Gary. © 17Jan39; 

DP62195. Falkland Gary (A); 

20Dec66; R398969. 



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I HAVE BEEN HERE BEFORE; play in 3 acts 
by J. B. Priestley. © l8jul39; 
DP65746. J. B. Priestley (A); 
l4Dec66; R399390. 

I KILLED THE COUNT, by Alec Coppel. 
© SYJU139; DP65962. Alec Coppel (A); 
l4Dec66; R399393. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



ICH BIN KEIN CASANOVA; kurzwellige 
Kom'6die in J Akten von Otto Bielen. 
© IJUI38; DP595't8. Otto Bielen (A); 
20Jun66; R389982. 

IL GIORNO BELLA PACE, OP.8I; opera in 
un atto di Joseph Gregor; musica di 
Richard Strauss; versione ritmica dal 
Tedesco di Rlnaldo Kufferle. Libretto. 
© llDec59; BF6j>i23. Franz Strauss 
(PWH); l4Dec66; R399372. 

I'LL TELL MY HUSBAND, a radio play by 
Arch Oboler. © 17Nov39; D66969. 
Arch Oboler (A); 21Nov66; R397573. 

IMPORTANCE OF BEING YOUNG, a comedy in 
3 acts by Tom Taggart. © 27Dec38; 
DP61382. Tom Taggart (A); 5Dec66; 
R399'^59. 

INDIAN NUTS; one act farce by Monte 
Kleban. © 28N0V38; DP60556. 
Monte Kleban (A); 3Nov66; R396520. 



lilVENTOR OP "DEATH. 
THE SHADOW. 



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THE IRON LAND, by Norman Rosten. 
© 3ONOV38; DU60'*37. Norman Rosten 
(A); 3ON0V66; R39875I. 

ISN'T NATURE WONDERFUL? A book of mon- 
ologues by Florence Ryerson & Colin 
Clements. © 240ct38; DF59925. Hal 
Ryerson (C); 10Aug66; R391i57 . 



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JACOB COMES HUME; drama in 1 act by 
William Kozlenko. © 30Sep39; D66497. 
William Kozlenko (A); 30ct66; R394702. 

THE JEST, by Sem Benelli & Reuss 
Emerson (Royce Emerson) Based on 
a dramatic poem by Sem Benelli en- 
titled La cena della Beffe. © 26jul39; 
D66092. Royce Emerson (A); 27Jul66; 
R390958. 

JOY, by Nan Fleming, pseud, of Wilbur 
Braun. © 3Apr39; DP63246. Wilbur 
Braun (A); 27Dec66; R399366. 

JUPITER LAUGHS; 3 acts by A. J. Cronin. 
© 12Aug39; De5263. A. J. Cronin (A); 
8Nov66; R396562. 

JUST BABIES, a play in one act by Iris 
Vinton. © 24May39; D6396I. Iris 
Vinton (A); 9Aug66; R391033. 



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KEEP ON THE SUNNY SIDE; 3 acts, by 
Nan H. Bums. © 3Aug38; DP595'+9. 
Nan H. Bums (A); 19Jul66; R389't82. 

KEY LARGO, a play in a prologue & 2 
acts by Maxwell Anderson. © 2Jun39; 
D63954. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W) , 
Alan Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson & Hesper A. Leven- 
stein (C); 8jul66; R390763. 

THE KISS IN COLIN 'S EYES, a play in one 
act by Roberta Shannon. © 19Jan39; 
D61578. Joseph S. E. Verga (E); 
15Aug66; R391642. 

KISS THE BOYS GOODBYE, a comedy by Clare 
Boothe Luce, with a foreward by 
Heywood Brown. © 27Jan39; d61804 . 
Clare Boothe Luce (A); 9Dec66; 
R400519. 

KNIT ONE, PURL ONE, by Gertrude Jen- 
nings. © 17N0V38; DP6096I. Chris- 
tine Chaundler & Patrick Tindle 
Keith Anderson (E); 50ct66; R39'^6l9. 

KONIGIN ELISABETH; Oper in 3 Akten, 
7 Bilder, von Fried Walter, pseud, 
von Walter Schmidt; Text von Christof 
Schulz-Gellen. Vollsf^ndlger 
Klavierauszug. © 19Jul39; D39818. 
Walter Schmidt (A); ifNov66; R396482. 



LADIES OF CRANFORD, a play in 2 scenes 
by Edward Knoblock, dramatized from 
Mrs. Gaskell's Cranford. © IlAug38; 
DP5903O. J. B. Blggar & A, P. 
Popkin (E); 23Jun66; R390134 . 

LASSIES AND LADS. See 

TEA AT THE VICARAGE & LASSIES AND 
LADS. 

LAUGHINGLY YOURS, by Milton Berl^. 
edited by S. Sylvan Simon. 
© 300ct39; D6687O. Milton Berle (A); 
310ct66; R39712O. 

THE LAUNDRY MARK, a comedy in one act 
by Beatrice Humlston McNeil. 
© 19Jan39: D61575. Beatrice Humlston 
McNeil (A); 9Aug66; R391112. 

THE LEAST OF THESE, a dramatization for 
a speaking chorus by Virginia Wilk 
Elicker. © 26May39; D63963. Vir- 
ginia Wilk Elicker (A); 9Aug66; 
R39IO85 . 
THE LITTLE FOXES; play in 3 acts Ciy 
Lillian Hellman. © 31Mar39; D62827 . 
Lillian Hellman (A); 18Nov66; 
R397685. 

THE LITTLE MADCAP; farce in 3 acts by 
Henry Rowland, pseud, of Charles 
George. © 23Jun39; D64374. Edith 
M. Stevenson (E) ; 30Aug66; R3924l6. 

LIVING PICTURES; musical sketch in 1 
act by Marguerite E. Fitch. 
© l8May39; D63796. Marguerite E. 
Fitch (A); 26Aug66; R392411. 

THE LONE RANGER; radio scripts by 
Francis Striker. © Wrather Corp. 
(PWH) 
No. 
A-513— A-514. © 5N0V38; D6OO47- 

60048. 21Jun66; R389716-3897I5 • 
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61600. 5Aug66; R390837-390835. 
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61953. 5Aug66; R390831-390829. 
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62030. 5Aug66; R39O828-390826. 
A-563--A-564. © lMar39; D62179- 

62180. 5Aug66; R390825, 390813. 
A-5b5--A-568. © 9Mar39; D6231O- 

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9Aug66; R39119'+- 391196. 



LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT) 4 revxie 
sketches by Cedric Mount, pseud, of 
Sydney Box. © 20Dec38; DP61385 , 
Sydney Box (A); 7Dec66; R399461. 

THE LOST WALTZ; libretto by William A. 
■'"irake, lyrics by Dailey Paskman, mu- 
sic by Robert Stolz, based on the 
motion picture Zwej Herzen im drei- 
vierteltakt (Two hearts in waltz 
time), by Walter Reisch & Franz 
Schulz & on the operetta Der ver- 
lorene walzer, by Paul Knepler & 
J. M. Welleminsky. Text only. 
© l8Sep39; DP65928. Dailey Paskman 
(A); 20Sep66; R393897 . 

LUCY STONE, by Maud W004 Park; revisions 
by The Federal Theatre. © I4jul39; 
D65270. Maud Wood Park (A); l6Dec66; 
R398936. 



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THE MAD HATTERS, a farce in three acts 
by Kurtz Gordon. © 23Juxi39; D64 375. 
Kurtz Gordon (A); 9Aug66; R39IO9I. 
MAD HATTERS, a new comedy by Pat 
Ballard, pseud, of Francis Drake 
Ballard. © 50ct39; DU6629I. 
Hilda G. Ballard (W); 260ct66; 
R397152. 

MADAM CAPET (Marie Antoinette) 10 
scenes. By Marcelle Maurette. 
English version translation & adapta- 
tion from the French by George Middle- 
ton. © 22JUI38; DU5838I. George 
Middleton (A); 6jul66; R389365 . 

MADAM, WILL YOU WALK? A play in 3 acts 
by Sidney Howard. © 23Jun39; D64245. 
Walter Damrosch Howard (C); 8Jul66; 
R390760. 

THE MADMAN AND THE WRECKING CREW, a 
morality for Holy Cross Day by 
Florence Converse. © 3Jan39; 
D6157I. Florence Converse (A); 
llAug66; R39108I. 

MAGGIE'S LOVE AFFAIR, an adaptation by 
Nettie Milne of With variations, by 
F. Morton Howard. A one act play. 
© 2IN0V38; DP60956. Nettle Milne 
(A); 23Jun66; R390123. 

MAGIC CUPBOARD; comedy in 3 acts by 

Percy Walsh. © 23Jan39; DP62588. 

Mrs. H. P. F. Walsh (W); l4Dec66; 
R399395 ■ 

MAIL ORDER MONEY, a comedy in one act 
by Frederick Garrigus . © 3Jan39; 
D61572. Frederick Garrigus (A); 
9Aug66; R391109. 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



141 



MAKE ROOM FOR RODNEY; comedy in one act 
by Marion Holbrook. © 5Sep39; 
D67209. Marion Holbrook (A); 

2Nov66; Rjgsg'ig. 

THE MALE ANIMAL, a new play Dy james 
Thurber & Elliott Nugent. © 30Aug39; 
DU65953. Helen W. Thurber (W) & 
Rosemary Thurber Sauers (C of J. 
Thurber); 8Nov66; R398159. 

MALE ANIMAL, by James Thurber & Elliott 
Nugent. © 30Aug39; DU65953.' Helen 
Thurber (W) & Elliott Nugent (A); 
15Dec66; R398963. 

MAMA'S ANGEL CHILD; comedy in 3 acts by 
Mildred Graham, pseud, of Charles 
George. © 23May39; D63959. Edith M. 
Stevenson (E); 30Aug66; R392418. 

THE MAN IN HALF MOON STREET, by Barr6 
Lyndon. © iaviay39; 064587. Barr6 
Lyndon (A); 28jul66; R390206 . 

THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER, by George 
S. Kaufman & Moss Hart. © lDec39; 
DP672II. Catherine Carlisle Hart (W); 
lDec66; R399177. 

MAMglON 6P MADNESS. Sss 
THE SHADOW. 

MARIE ANTOINETTE, a play by Upton Sin- 
clair. © 24Feb39; D62448. Upton 
Sinclair (A); l8Aug66; R392570. 

MARIE ANTOINETTE. See 
MADAM CAPET. 

MARTHA; opera by Frederic von Flotow, 
adaptation by Vlcki Baum, pseud, of 
Hedwig Lert, & Ann Ronell. © 30Aug38; 
DP50084. Richard Lert (Wr); 9Aug66; 
R391756. 

MASTER KEY, a detective comedy in one 
act by Wilfred Massey. © 23Jan39; 
DP62584. Wilfred Massey (A); 
20Dec66; R39897O. 

METROPOLE RHAPSODY, a three act play 
by Constantine Allexander Hagi Mallis. 
© 21Feb39; DP62C17. Constantine 
Alexander Hagi Mallis (A); 20Sep66; 
R393898. 

MRS. FEATHER, by Jeanne De Casalis. 
© 13Dec38; DP60958. Jeanne De Casa- 
lis (A); 23Jun66; R390122. 

THE MOCKING BIRr, an operetta in 3 acts. 
Adapted & revised by Edward Bradley, 
book & lyrics by Sydney Rosenfeld, 
musl" by A. Baldwin Sloane, edited % 
arranged by Don Wilson. © 29JLin39; 
D39692. Edward B. Marks Music Corp. 
(PWH); IJUI66; R389255. 

MODERN LANGUAGE PLAYS AND PROGRAMS, by 
Morris Brenman. © 26May66; D63958. 
Morris Brenman (A); 19Sep66; R3935B5 . 

MURDETi- IN THE BALL PARK. See 
THE SHADOW. 

MlffiBER- INCORPORATED. See 
THE SHADOW. 

MURDER ON THE HIGH SEAS, a mystery 
comedy in one act by Richard Hill 
Wilkinson. © IN0V38; D60929. 
Drama Guild Publishers (PWH); 
I80ct66; R395663. 

MUTINY ON THE MARY ANNE; operetta in 
one act; words & music by Lily Strick- 
land (Lily Strickland Ar.derson), book 
by Walter H. Licht. © 4Aug39; DP39696. 
J. Courtenay Anderson (Wr of L. S. An- 
derson); 19Sep66; R393381. 

MY AMERICAN BEAUTY, a farce in three 
acts by Jean Provence. © 23Jun39; 
D64376. Jean Provence (A); 9Aug66; 
R391092. 

MYSTERY AT GREENFINGERS ; comedy in 

3 acts by J. B. Priestley. © 31Dec38; 
DP62199. J. B. Priestley (A); 
7Dec66; R399466. 



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NAME IS JOHNSTON; 1 act farce for 5 men 
by Jessie M. Bowler. © 70ct38- 
DP60172. Jessie M. Bowler (A)- 
22Sep66; R393404. ^ " 

NATHAN THE WISE; dramatic poem In three 
acts by Ferdinand Bruckner. Based 
on G. E. Lesslng. © I5N0V38; DU60515. 
Mrs. Ferdinand Bruckner (W); 10Nov66; 
R397321. 

NEVER TOO OLD, a comedy in two acts by 
Margaret McClure Stltt. © 26May39; 
D63966. Margaret McClure Stltt (a): 
llAug66; R39IO82. 

NIGHT FALLS ON SPAIN, a drama in one 
act by Hazel H. Sholley. © 23May39; 
D63960. Hazel H. Sholley (A); 
9Aug66; R391108. 

A NIGHT IN THE COUNTRY, a comedy In 
one act by Betty Smith (Betty Smith 
Finoh) & Robert Finch. © 21Jan39; 
D61569. Betty Smith Pinch (A): 
llAug66; R39IO8O. 

NIGHT MARAUDERS. See 

THE SHADOW. 
NIGHT MUSIC, a comedy in 12 scenes, 

3 acts by Clifford Odets. © 22Nov39; 

D67044. Nora Odets & Walt Whitman 

Odets (C); 19Dec66; R398940. 

NOT A CLOUD IN THE SKY, a play in 1 
act by Sophie Kerr (Sophie Kerr 
Underwood) © 22Aug38; DP59014. 
Mary Elizabeth Taylor (E); 23Jun66; 
R39OI36. 

NOT SO DUMB, a farce in 3 acts by 
Frank Roland Conklin. © 21Sep38; 
D59195. Grace Conklin (W) ; 24Aug66; 
R392699. 



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OF TIME AND THE BLIZZARD, a somewhat 
psychological farce in one act by 
John Kirkpatrick. © 3IJUI39; 
DP65735. John Kirkpatrick (A); 
27Dec66; R399359. 

OLD BARBEP SHOP, by J. Norworth. 

© 310ct39; D67041. Amy Norworth (W); 
310c t66; R39712I. 

OLD TIMES. See 
HAPPINESS AHEAD. 



ON THUNDER ROCK; play in 3 acts by 
Robert Ardrey. © 5May39; D6339I. 
Robert Ardrey (A); 8jul66; R390762. 

ON THUNDER ROCK. See 
TOWER OF LIGHT. 

ONCE IS ENOUGH; comedy in 3 acts by 
Frederick Lonsdale. © 200ct38; 
DP60164. Frances Lonsdale Donald- 
son (C); 9Sep66; R392832. 

ONCE UPON A CHRISTMAS, by Alice Chad- 
wicke, pseud, of Wilbur Braun. 
© 21Mar39; DP6258I. Wilbur Braun (A); 
27Dec66; R399365 . 

010 INE, de Jean Giraudoux. 30May39; 
DFI865 . Mme. Jean Giraudoux, nee 
Suzanne Boland (W) & Jean Pierre 
Giraudoux (C); 25Nov66; R397978. 

OR NOT TO BE, by Ferenc Molnar. 
© 2Nov39; DU6685I. Lili Darvas 
Molnar (W) ; 7Nov66; R39812I. 

THE OTHER CROSS, by E. Harriet Donlevy. 
© 26May39; D63965. E. Harriet Don- 
levy (A); i9Sep66; R393584. 

THE OTHER ONE, by Arthur Ketchum. 
© on additions & revisions; 9Aug3g; 
D65923. Adelaide Ketchum Sproul & 
Elizabeth Ketchum Tucker (E); 
26Aug66; R392409. 



OUR GIRLS; farce comedy in three acts 
by Conrad Seller. © 5Sep39; D67207 
Gwendolen Seller (W); 260ct66; 
R396II8. 



A PAGEANT OF EASTER; compiled by Edna 
Josephine Lllllch, music by H. Alex- 
ander Matthews. © 12Jan39; D39588 
Edna Josephine Lillich & H. Alexander 
Matthews (A); 29Deo66; R400229. 

PARTY FOR CHRISTMAS; comedy in 3 acts 
by N. C. Hunter. © 31Dec38; DP63914 . 
N. C. Hunter (A); 7Dec66; R399467. 

PATTY SUE'S BIRTHDAY PARTY; operetta 
in one act for elementary grades; 
book, lyrics & music by Maude Orita 
Wallace. © i8nov39; D39759. 
Maude Orita Wallace (A); 29Dec66; 
R399298. 

PEACE ON EARTH, a Christmas play in 
one act by Dorothy E. Hughes. 
© IN0V38; D60923. Drama Guild 
Publishers (PWH); l80ct66; R395659. 

PERCHANCE TO DREAM; one act play by 
Chloe Gartner (Chloe Gartner Trimble) 
© 25N0V38; DP60554. Chloe Gartner 
Trimble (A); 3Nov66; R396519. 

PETER LENDS A HAND; play in 3 acts 
by Charles Barkaway. © 23Nov38- 
DP60955. Charles Barkaway (A); 
3Nov66; R396523. ^ ^ i> 

PETER PENNY UNDER THE DREAM TREE by 
James Francis Hanley & Pat Ballard 
(Francis Drake Ballard) Based on 
the book of the same name by the 
same authors. © ljul39: D64356 
R389i54: ^''""" '"^'- ^^"^66; " 

DIE'PPIPFIGE MAGD, Op. 125 . Komische 
Oper in drei akten; Musik von Julius 
Welsmann, Text vor Ludwig Holberg. 
Nach einen Lustspiel von Ludwig Hol- 
berg. Klavierauszug vom Komponisten. 
© 15Apr39; DP396q3. Ursel Kuppers- 
Weismann (W); 50ct66; R3946o8. 

PHANTOM FINGERPRINTS. See 
THE SHADOW. 

PICKLES IS PICKLES; comedy in 1 act 
by Vivian Mayo, pseud, of Charles 
George. © 19Jan39; D6157O. Edith M. 
Stevenson (E) ; 30Aug66; R392420. 

PIGTAILS, a bright & breezy comedy in 
3 acts by Wilbur Braun. © 25Sep39; 
DP66303. Wilbur Braun (A); 27Dec66; 
R399361. 

PING-PONG GAME, by William Saroyan. 
© 18Nov39; DU66979. William 
Saroyan (A); 19Dec66; R398965 . 

PLANS FOR THE CORONATION, a play in 
one act by Bertram Henson. 
© 10Jan39; DP62196. Bertram Henson 
(A); 20Dec66; R398968. 

PLAYS FOR EARTH AND AIR, by Lord 
Dunsany (E. J. M. D. P. Dunsany) 
© 3Dec38; DP61325 . Beatrice 
Villiers Dunsany (W); 3Nov66: 
R396524. 

POISON PEN; play in 3 acts by Richard 
Llewellyn. © 20Dec38; DP61387. 
Richard Llewellyn (A); 3Nov66; 
R396526. 

POP READS THE CHRISTMAS CAROL, by 
Christopher Sergei. © 26Aug38; 
D58965. Christopher Sergei (A); 
23Aug66; R39267O. 

LA POSADA, a Christmas play in one 
act by ^ignes Emelie Peterson. 
© 270ct38; DP62623. Agnes Emelie 
Peterson (A); I40ct66; R395568. 



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July-Dec. 



THE POTTERS' FIELD, by Rachel Harris 
Campbell. © l8Ma,y39; D63789. 
Rachel Harris Campbell (A); 26Aug66; 
R392'J-12. 

PRAY SILENCE, AND OTHER SKETCHES, by 
Muriel Box & Sydney Box. © IJDecjS; 
DP61908. Muriel Box & Sydney Box (A); 
7Dec66; Rjgg'te?. 
PRESIDENT LINCOLN, by Earl Hobson 
Smith. © ITMar^g; 062446. Earl 
Hobson Smith (A); 51Aug66; R392770. 

THE PRETTIEST GIRL IN TOWN, a one act 
play by Carter Blacksmythe. 
© IN0V38; D60928. Drama Guild Pub- 
lishers (PWH); l80ct66; R395662. 

PRETTY TOYS; play in 1 act by F. Sladen- 
Smith. © 25Aug38; DP59033. Lilian 
Redburn (C); 28Jun66; R390133. 

THE PRODIGAL AND THE SHEPHERD, a play 
in two scenes by Esther Willar'd 
Bates. © 24May39; D63962. Esther 
Willard Bates (A); 9Aug66; R391084 . 

PURE AS THE DRIVEN SNOW; or, A working 
girl's secret. By Paul Loomis, 
pseud, of Wilbur Braun. © 23Jan39; 
DP619IO. Wilbur Braun (A); 25Nov66; 
R398074 . 

PURELY COINCIDENTAL; musical comedy in 
2 acts, book by K. Webb, lyrics by 
Raymond Egan, music by Harry Tierney. 
Text only. © 27Sep39; D66099. 
Raymond Egan (C); 27Sep66; R394557 . 



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QUEEN OF THE SAWDUST, an operetta in 
two acts, for mixed or boys' voices; 
book & lyrics by Beatrice Humiston 
McNeil, music by Mae Nightingale. 
© 2Mar3g; DP39645. Mae Wheeler 
Nightingale (A); 9Nov66; R397210. 

QUEST OP THE MAGI, a pageant for Christ- 
mas by Valeria R. Lehman. © 22Sep39; 
D66522. Rodeheaver Co. (PWH); 
23Sep66; R393926. 

A QUESTION OF FIGURES; comedy in one 
act by Esther E. Olson. © 15Sep39; 
D67208. Esther E. Olson (A); 
9Nov66; R396514. 



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RAGGEDY NAN, a comedy in three acts by 
Jean Provence. © 23May39; D63970. 
Jean Provence (A); 9Aug66; R39109O. 

FAISINJ THE DEVTL, by Winston Dawson. 
© l4Apr39; P62962 Winston F. 
Dawson (A); 30Sep66; R394683. 

RATTLEPATE; 3 acts by Frances Mangin, 
pseud, of Marie Doran. © 22Sep38; 
DP6OI55. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
8Aug66; R39077I. 
REDDY KILOWATT POWER, by P. S. Patterson. 
© 27JU139; CIIOI5. Ashton B. Collins 
(PWH); lSep66; R392200. 

REHEA