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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 21, Parts 3—4, Number i 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 

January— June 

1967 




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WASHINGTON : 1968 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries 
Third Series 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 21, Parts 3-4, Number i 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 

January— June 

1967 




COPYRIGHT OFFICE - THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1968 



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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 21 1 
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 
$5 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 $50 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 : 



B^ 



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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 Stales 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- 1 1 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, U.S. 
Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 
20402. 



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Table of Contents 



Page 

Current Registrations 1 

Renewal Registrations 53 

Name Index 61 



Introduction 



PARTS 3-4 list dramas, dramatico-musicals, lee- 3) 

tures, sermons, monologs, and radio, television, and 4 ) 

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 5) 
and J and listed in Parts 12-13: Motion Pictures 
and Filmstrips. Works for which the copyright has 6 ) 
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 7 ) 
variant titles, from distinctive subtitles, and from 8) 
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- 9 ) 

trations, the later being identified by the symbol 

(R). 10) 

For \vorks currently registered, the main entry 
includes the following items of information if avail- 1 1 ) 

able and applicable: 

1) Title. 

2) Names of persons or agencies contributing 12) 
to the work (authors, editors, compilers, 

etc.). 



Edition statement. 

Place of publication for all foreign works; 
and for domestic works if given in an imprint 
on the work. 

Name of the first-named publisher given in 
an imprint on the work. 
Physical description, consisting of the num- 
ber of pages or other terms descriptive of 
the work; unpaged works and those with 
complicated or irregular paging are de- 
scribed as 1 V. ; in the case of works issued in 
more than one volume, the number of 
volumes is given. 
Series statement. 

Special descriptive data which includes the 
number of acts or scenes; author and title of 
a work on which the dramatic \\ ork is based 
or with which it is correlated. 
Names of authors given in the application 
which do not appear elsewhere in the entry. 
Name of the employer in the case of a work 
made for hire, if so named in the application. 
Information contained in the application 
which relates to the registration of an earlier 
version of the work. 

Brief statement of the new matter on which 
copyright is claimed, preceded by the ab- 
breviation NM, if this information is given 



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in the application and is not indicated else- 
where in the entry. 

13) Copyright symbol ©. 

14) A statement of limitation of claim if the ap- 
plication or notice on the \vork explicitly 
limits the claim. 

15) Name of the copyright claimant. 

16) 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. 

17) 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- 
lication, the data from the application is given 
first, followed by the phrase "in notice" and the data 
given in the work; eg., © Richard Roe; lFeb67 
(in notice: 1966); DP6300. 

Works deposited in connection with copyright 
registration may be selected for inclusion in the col- 
lections of the Libraiy 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. 

Names of authors of renewable matter. 
Edition statement. 
Number of acts, scenes, or volumes. 
Series statement. 

Brief statement of the new matter on which 
the original copyright was claimed, pre- 
ceded by the abbreviation NM, if available 
in the renewal application. 
Copyright symbol ©. 
Date of original copyright. 
Original registration number. 
Name of the renewal claimant followed by 
a statement in parentheses, usually abbre- 
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. 
Date of receipt of the renewal application 
or fee, whichever is later. 
Renewal registration number. 



2) 
3) 
4) 

5) 
6) 



7) 

8) 

9) 

10) 



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Abbreviations and Symbols 



The followin 


g list includes abbreviations and 


P- 


page(s) 


symbols used in 


this catalog with specific copyright 


(PCB) 


proprietor of a work copyrighted 


or bibliographic 


meanings. 




by a corporate body otherwise 


(A) 


author (s) 




than as assignee or licensee of 


a.a.d.o. 


accepted alternative designation 




the author 




of 


(PCW) 


proprietor of the composite work 


a.k.a. 


also known as 


(PPW) 


proprietor of the posthumous 


Adm.c.t.a. 


administrator cum testamento 




work 




annexo 


(PWH) 


proprietor of copyright in a work 


Adm.d.b.n.c.t.a. 


administrator de bonis non cum 




made for hire 




testamento annexo 


prev. 


previous, previously 


appl. 


application 


pseud. 


pseudonym 


© 


copyright symbol 


pt. 


part 


(C) 


child or children of the deceased 


pub. 


published, publishing 




author 


(R) 


renewal registration 


comp. 


compiler 


reg. 


registered, registration 


d.b.a. 


doing business as 


rev. 


revised 


(E) 


executor (s) of the author 


t.a. 


trading as 


ed. 


edition, editor 


v., vol. 


volume 


(NK) 


next of kin of the deceased author 


(W) 


widow of the author 


NM 


new matter 


(Wr) 


widower of the author 



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Registrations January— June 1967 



Class C — Lectures and other works pre- 
pared for oral delivery 552 

Class D — D o m e s t i c published dramatic 

and dramatico-musical works 149 

Foreign published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works ... 74 

Unpublished dramatic and dra- 
matico-musical works 1, 557 

Dramatic works registered in 

class A 62 

Total 2, 394 



Renewals: Classes C and D 



464 



These figures represent the number of registra- 
tions for dramas and works prepared for oral de- 
livery for January-June 1967, but do not necessarily 
represent the exact number of entries in this issue 
of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. Registration 
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 



ABC AND Q. E. D. , a precise comedy by 
Lyon Phelps. 1 v. 2 parts. 
© William Lyon Phelps II; 27Dec66; 
DU6762O. 

ABC BLOCKS, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Sllla 
Bea Patterson. 30 1. © Silla Bea 
Patterson; 31Mar67; DU68252. 

A LA PLAYA EN MOQUINI; guion clnemato- 
grafico por Mario Galeote. 46 1 
© Mario Galeote; WFebe?; DU67847. 
ABOUT A CAT. See 
SATURDAY STORIES. 

ABOUT PACE, by Doug Border & others. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Doug Border, Martha 
Cofer, Pam Helndl, Steven Davis, 
Kaye King, Scott Palmer, Sharon 
Roberts, Jenny Smith, Valerie Terrell, 
Amy Noble, Tom Burke, Margie Field, 
Mary Saunders, Steve Lowrey, Greg 
Spalding, Chris Holmes, Joan Watklns & 
Ken Watklns; 13Peb57; DP6527. 

ABOUT THE NINTH HOUR, a play for oral 
reading by D. P. Nave. 12 1. 
© Delbert P. Nave; IkUavST ; DU68l48. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN. See 

LINCOLN. 
ABRAHAM SACRIFIANT. See 

FOUR RENAISSANCE TRAGEDIES. 
THE ABSENT PROFESSOR, a play by Mike 
Major (Michael Joseph Major) 27 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Michael Joseph 
Major; 3Mar67; DU68020. 
THE ABSOLUTEE AND THE ABSOLUTION, by 
Mary Kay Pager (Mary Katherine Fager) 
29 1. 2 acts. © Mary Kay Pager; 
I4jan67; DP6295 . 

ACTORS STUDIO, by Joseph A. Palladino 
a.k.a. Joey Faye. l| 1. A dialogue. 
© Joseph A. Palladino; 23May67 ; 
CI9500. 

ADAM AND EVE; a play in three acts 
by Marlon W. Howze . 1 v. © Marion 
W. Howze J 9Jan67; DU68407. 

ADAM AND EVE AND THE DEVIL, by 

Maryann P. Skirde. 1 v. A screen- 
play in 4 acts. © Maryann P. Skirde: 
19Apr67; DU68't77. 



ADAM IS ADAM, a play in eight acts by 
Maria Kout. 99 1. © Maria Kout; 
25Jun67; DU69033. 

THE ADAMS CASE, a work prepared for 
oral delivery by John A. Reilly. 
33 1. © John A. Reilly; 6Apr67; 
CI9432. 

ADDITIONAL COLD FINISHED SERVICES, pre- 
pared for Republic Steel by Wilding. 
Writer: George Elrick. 13 1. Script. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 27Mar67; C19334 . 

ADELHEID; adaptation by John A. Car- 
roll, Ronald Delleoker & James 
O'Reilly; music by Ronald Dellecker, 
lyrics by John A. Carroll. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. -Adapted 
from the story Heidi by Johanna 
Spyri. © John A. Carroll, Ronald 
Dellecker & James O'Reilly; 2May67; 
DU6857O . 

THE ADULTER (Y)ATED TRUTH, by Norman 
Miller. lOth revision. 1 v. A play 
in. 3 acts. Appl . states prev . reg 
31Aug66, DU66701*. NM: additions 
© Norman Miller; 9Mar67; DU680OO. 

THE ADULTER(Y)ATED TRUTH, by Norman 
Miller. 11th revision. 1 v. 
A play. Appl. states prev. reg. 
lUMaybS, DU63159. © Norman Miller; 
19Jun67; DU68991. 

ADVANTAGES OF ADULTERY; recorded tran- 
scription of a sermon by Wilfred L. 
Gustin. 1* 1. © Wilfred L. Gustin; 
5May67; C19441. 

THE ADVANTAGES OF COLD FINISHED BARS, 
prepared for Republic Steel by 
Wilding. Writer: George Elrick. 
24 1. Script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 
27Mar67; C19335 . 

ADVENTURE ISLAND. See 

ADVENTURE TO TREASURE REEF. 

ADVENTURE TO TREASURE REEF; or. Adven- 
ture Island. By Bert Williams 
(Bertram Roger Williams) I17 1. 
A screenplay. © Bert Williams; 
27Peb67; DU68203. 

THE ADVENTURES OF FLASH, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Josephine Williams. 33 1. 
© Josephine Williams; 15Jun67; 
DU68975 . 



THE ADVENTURES OF FREDERICK DOUGLAS, 
a play by Johji Innez, pseud, of 
John Nines. 1 v. 3' acts. © John 
Innez; 15May67; DU68683. 



See 



ADVENTURES OP HUCKLEBERRY FINN. 
HUCK FINN. 



ADVENTURES OF THE GINGERBREAD BOY. 

GINGERBREAD JOHN. 
ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER. See 
TOM SAWYER. 

THE ADVERSARIES, by Howard L. Klein. 
29 1. A screenplay in 50 scenes. 
© Howard L. Klein; 27Mar67; 
DU68190. 

THE AFRICAN TROPHIES, by Alice Bliss. 
50 1. A play in 2 acts. © Alice 
Caroline Bliss; 30Jan67; DU67720. 



See 



AFTERBIRTH OF A NATION'. 
TOMBSTONE . 



See 



AFTERMATH, an original story written & 
adapted for television- by Roqua Alana. 
33 1. © Roqua Alana; ■ 14 Jun67; 
DU68953. 

AGE OF CONSENT; screenplay by Michael 
Pate. 151 1. Based upon the novel 
by Norman Lindsay. NM: revision 8: 
additions. © Michael Pate: l6Mav67; 
DU68708. 

AH, SWEET MISTER E. O'PLIFE, by 
Robert S. Prentiss. I3 1. 
A musical play. Book only. 
© Robert S. Prentiss; 8May67; 
DU68592. 

AID TO THE ENEMY. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: AID TO 
THE ENEMY. 

AKARA; piece en quatre actes de Remain 
Weingarten. 75 1. © Romaln 
Weingarten; 27Mar67; DU68735. 

AL SWENSON FORD, by Eugene Robert Tanz . 
Sheet. A radio script. © Cox & 
Tanz Advertising Agency; 6Apr67; 
CI9358. 

AL SWENSON FORD, by Eugene Robert Tanz. 
Sheet. A recording script. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
9May67; C19452. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



AL SWENSON FORD, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. Sheet. Commercial script. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
27Jun67! C19652. 

alas; it disappeared. See 
THE TRIAL OF DOCTOR DERING. 

ALBERT HERRING; op^ra-comlque en trois 
actes adapts librement de la nouvelle 
de Guy de Maupassant par Eric Crozier; 
rausique de Benjamin Britten, OP. 39, 
version francalse de Georges Dalman. 
Paris, Llbrairie Th^atrale. 56 p. 
Libretto. ® Hawkes & Son, Ltd.; 
llNov66; DFO-1558. 

ALBUMBLATT; play in one act by Jan 
Campbell (Janice Campbell) & Doug 
Jackson (Douglas Jackson) 44 1. 
© Janice Campbell & Douglas Jackson; 
2May6ri DU68752. 

ALEX, by Eric Murray. 1 v. A musical 
play in £ acts. © Eric Murray; 
£6jun67; DU6904o. 

ALEXANDRA; opera in 3 acts, 5 scenes. 
Music: Menahem Avidom; libretto: 
Aharon Ashman; English version; 
Alan Marbe; Deutsche Fassung: Jacob 
Mittelmann. Tel-Aviv, Israel Music 
Institute. 326 p. Vocal score. 
© Israel Music Institute; 31Dec56; 
DFO-1515. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND, a new musical by 
Catherine I'lyers. 1st draft. 67 1. 
2 acts. Adapted from Lewis Carroll's 
Alice's adventure In Wonderland & 
Through the looking-glass. Book & 
lyrics only. © Catherine Myers; 
20Jun67; Due8969. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND; adapted from 
Alice's adventures in Wonderland by 
Lewis Carroll; new adaptation & 
lyrics ty Jim Filer, music by Jim 
Filer & Jeanne Bargy. 1 v. A 
musical play in 2 acts. © Columbia 
Broadcasting System, Inc.; lFe'b67; 
DU67684 . 

ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, a 
musical adventure written by Albert 
Si-mmons from Lewis Carroll's classic, 
music by Moose Charlap, lyrics by 
Elsie Simmons. 112 I. A screen- 
play. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. DU63232. NM: re- 
visions. © Albert Simmons & Elsie 
Simmons; 7Feb67; DU6773'5. 

ALICE'S ADVENTURE IN WONDERLAND. See 
ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 

ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. See 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 
ALIVE IN A WICKED OLD WORLD, a musical 
comedy with music, lyrics & book by 
Danny Sachs. 1 v. Adapted from 
William Wycherley's Restoration 
comedy The country wife. Book & 
lyrics only. NM: adaptation. 
© Danny Sachs; 24Mar67; DU6836O. 
ALL FOR THE SAKE OF, an evening with 
nine drinks by B. T. Williams. 
1 V. A play in J acts. © B. T. 
Williams (Booker T. Williams); 
8Mar67; DU68156. 

ALL HAIL KING JOHNSON THE SECOND, a 
politic comedie, a play by Richard D. 
Gannon. 54 1. 2 acts. © Richard D. 
Gannon; 28Feb67; DU67954 . 

ALL IN A NIGHT'S WALK, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Gweny Penn. 32 1. 
© Gweny Penn; 27Mar67; DU68l98'. 

ALL IS BRIGHT, by Marian Winters 
(Marian Winters Smolin) 91 1- 
A play in 2 acts. © Marian Winters 
Smolin; 24Apr67; DU68529. 

ALL OR NOTHING, a new play by Leo 
Shmeltsman. 1 v. 1 act. © Leo 
Shmeltsman; 4May67; DU6873I. 



ALL THE INIQUITIES, a play in three 
acts by Paul R. Pransella. 95 1. 
© Paul R. Pransella; l4Apr67; 
DU68582. 

ALL THE SAME, a play in one act by 
Richard Selinkoff. 54 1. 
© Richard Selinkoff; l6Jan67; 
DU67614 . 

ALL THE SAME, by John Corlg. 1 v. 
A play. © John Corlg; 29May67; 
DU68795 • 

ALL THE WAY WITH GOD, a lecture on 
Christian Science by Gertrude E. 
Velguth. 4 p. © Gertrude E. 
Velguth; 31Jan67; C19219. 
ALL THE WORLD, a play In three acts, 
10 scenes by Benjamin Rosetree, 
pseud, of Benjamin Rosenbaum. 
136 1. © Benjamin Rosenbaum; 
25May67; DU6886I. 

ALL THAT COLLEGE JAZZ, by Gerald E. 
Roselle; music by George Melhorn. 
1 V. A musical play in 3 acts. 
® Gerald E. Roselle & George Mel- 
horn; lMar67; DU68006. 

ALL THINGS IN SEASON, a play by Rose 
Simon Kohn. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Rose Simon Kohn; 3Apr67; DU68339. 

ALL'S FAIR IN LOVE AND BUSINESS, an 
American comedy in three acts by 
Herman W. Pfeil. 91 1. © Herman W. 
Pfell; 50Jan67; DU67678. 

ALONG THE LAKE RAN DEATH; screenplay 
by George Lindsey. 121 1. 
© George "Lindsey; l4Apr67; DU68427. 

ALPINE INN AND MOTOR LODGE, by Eugene 
Robert Tanz. Sheet. A recording 
script. © Cox & Tanz Advertising 
Agency; 9May67; C19453. 

ALS DER KRIEG ZU ENDE WAR, by Max 
Frisch; edited by Stuart Friebert. 
New York, Dodd, Mead & Co. 154 p. 
© on pref., vocabulary, footnotes 
& questions; Dodd, Mead & Co., Inc.; 
26Apr67; A915532. 

ALTER EGO, a domestic comedy of American 
life by Herman W. Pfeil. 82 1. 
4 acts. © Herman W. Pfell; 7Jun67; 
DU68848. 

ALWAYS ON THURSDAY, a musical play. 
Book & lyrics by Jo.^ephine C. Fabian, 
music by Ethel Hogan Heinz; original 
background idea based on Saltair by 
Grace Grether. 48 1. 2 acts. 
© Josephine C. Fabian & Ethel Hogan 
Heinz; 4Apr67; DU68313. 

AMANTS MAGNIFieUES. See 
FOLIES BERGERE i6b8. 

AMAZING GRACE; words by Adam Clayton 
Powell. Sheet. © Bright Tunes 
Music Corp.; l4Feb67; C19197. 

AMERICAN HURRAH, a.k.a. Motel, a masque 
for three dolls by Jean Claude van 
Itallie. (In Eight plays from off- 
off Broadway, edited by Nick Orzel. 
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill Co. 
p. 193-199) Appl. states prev. reg. 
1966, DU65536. © Jean Claude van 
Itallie; 2Dec66; DP6410. 

AMERICAN MONTAGE. See 

LONELINESS. 
THE AMORALITY PLAY, by James Foley. 

1 V. 3 scenes. © James Foley; 

3Peb67; DU67788. 

AMOUR VOLEUR. See 
LAURETTE. 

AMY VANDERBILT SPOTS; cut 47-77 by 
Dalsyflelds Corp. © Dalsyfields 
Corp.; l6Mar67; CI9270. 



AMY VANDERBILT SPOTS; cut 78-97 by 
Dalsyflelds Corp. © Dalsyflelds 
Corp.; 20Mar67; CI9279. 

AMY VANDERBILT SPOTS. 1 V. Cuts 7-31. 
©Dalsyflelds Corp.; Iljan67; 
C19122. 

AMY VANDERBILT SPOTS. 1 V. Cuts 32-46. 
© Dalsyflelds Corp.; 51Jan67; 
CI9I56. 

AMY VANDERBILT SPOTS. 1 v. Cuts 98- 
107. ©Dalsyflelds Corp.; 9May67; 
CI9454 . 

ANATOMY OF BURLESQUE HUMOR; or, A 
dissertation on the rise and fall of 
burlesque comedy. By Joseph A. 
Palladino a.k.a. Joey Faye. 30 1. 
© Joseph A. Palladino; 23May67; 
CI95OI. 

ANATOMY OF COLOR, by Violet Priestley. 
6 1. Filmstrip script. © Violet 
Priestley d.b.a. Library Filmstrip 
Center; 17Mar67; C19275. 

THE ANATOMY OF DRIVING. 52 1. A 
recording script. © Cathedral 
Square Pub. Co., Inc.; 12Jan67; 
019123. 

AN ANCIENT MARRIAGE DILEMl'lA, a play in 
four acts by Edward A. Steiner. 
1 V. © Edward A. Steiner; 9Feb67; 
DU67806. 

AND IF SOME DREAI-1 FAIL YOU, by Irv 
Bauer. 1st draft. 1 v. A play In 
3 acts. © Irv Bauer; 9 Jan 67; 
DU67586. 

AND ONE FOR GOOD MEASURE, a comedy In 
three acts, by A. Vincent Martone . 
68 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
23May57, DU448l7. NM: revisions. 
© A. Vincent Martone & Lawrence V. 
Martone; 6Mar67; DU68029. 

AND ONE IS HE, by H. Lee Stern. 
16 1. A play. © H. Lee Stern; 
9Mar67; DU68059. 

AND THEN THERE WERE THREE; book & lyrics 
by Lorraine Michele, pseud, of 
Lorraine Michele Seymour. 85 1. 
A play In 3 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
llFeb65, DU62272. NM: additions Sc 
revisions. ® Lorraine Michele 
Seymour; 28Mar67; DU68l99. 

AND WHAT DO YOU SUPPOSE? (Done pouvez- 
vous deviner, ah! ) Created 8: written 
in English & French by Jetta Stroll. 
10 1. A play. © Jetta Stroll; 
17Apr67; DU68441. 

ANDREW JACKSON, by Kaysons International. 
8 1. (The Presidents speak) Record- 
ing script. © Kaysons International, 
Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9307. 

ANDREW JOHNSON, by Kaysons International. 
8 1. (The Presidents speak) Record- 
ing script. © Kaysons International, 
Ltd.; 21Mar67; C19299. 

AN ANGEL VISITS IN THE NIGHT, by 

Joseph E. Johnson. 10 1. Recording 
script. © Joseph E. Johnson; 
29Mar67; 0193^5. 

ANGELO AND ANGELA; original story & 
screenplay by Michael Nebbia. 57 1. 
© Michael Nebbia; I4jun67; DU68963. 

ANNIE AND MIKE, a play by Jasper Oddo. 
1 V. 3 acts. © Jasper Oddo; 
l6Jan67; DU676I6. 

ANNIE AND THE SCARECROW, a play for 
children; words by David S. Hawes, 
music by Helen Hawes Loomis. 82 1. 
© David S. Hawes; 30Jan67; DU68652. 

ANOTHER ATHENS, by Leo Bayer. 1 v. 

A play In 2 acts. © Leo Bayer; | 
27Feb67; DU68080. 



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ANOTHER CITY, ANOTHER LAND, by Guy 
Hoffman (William Hoffman) 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. NM: additions & 
revisions. © William Hoffman; 
l4Feb67; DU67824 . 

ANOTHER CONCEPTION, a one act play 
in three scenes by Sidney Davis. 
42 1. NM: scene 2 & 3 rev. ® Sidney 
Davis; 19Apr67; DU6847it. ■ 

ANOTHER SUMDAY, a play in one act by 
Carolyn Slatton. 20 1. © Carolyn 
Annette Slatton; 6Mar67; DU68025. 

AMPROLENE SALES TRAINING PROGRAM, 
PART I-II. 2 V. 2 slide scripts. 
© H. W. Anderson Products, Inc.: 
26Apr67j C19488-19487. 

I ANTIGONE, a verse play In two acts by 
j James McLarney. 44 1. Based upon 
J the original Antigone of Sophocles. 

® James J. McLarney; 25Jan67; 

DP6405. 

THE ANXIETY QUOTIENT, by Michael 
Robert David. 1 v. A play In two 
acts. © Michael Robert David; 
2Feb67; DU67779. 

ANY BODY FOR TEA? An adaptation in 
one-act of Bull in a china shop by 
C. B. Gilford. Kansas City, Mo., 
Play House. 20 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Bull In a china shop, 
5Sep58, DP3529. NM: adaptation & 
condensation. © Charles Bernard 
Gilford; ISepSj; DP6282. 

ANY EVE FOR ADAM, by Harry Cauley. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Harry 
Cauley; 25May67; DU68775 . 

ANY PLACE I HANG MY HAT IS WET, a one 
act comedy by David Wolf. 20 1. 
© David Wolf; 22Mar67; DU68l62. 

ANYONEI anyone; By Charles L. Mee. 
Jr. (In Story, May I967, p. 9-21) 
NM: revision. © Charles Louis Mee, 
Jr.; lMay67; DP6595. 

L'APOLLON DE BELLAC; piece en un acte 
par Jean Giraudoux, desslns de 
Mariano Andreu. Paris, Editions 
B. Grasset. II6 p. © Editions 
Bernard Grasset; 30Apr47; DF1875. 

APPLEJACK, a Creek Country comedy by 
James Fisher. 61 1. 8 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © James Fisher; 
31Mar67; DU68344 . 

APPLES OF GOLD IN PARIS, a comedy-drama 
in 5 acts by Robert Allen Levy, 
pseud, of Robert R. Sawyer. 121 1. 
C) Robert R. Sawyer; 24Apr67; DU68510. 

THE APPROACH, by Sears National 

Training. 8 1. Pilmstrip script. 
© Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 22May67; 
CI965O. 

APPROACHES TO LITERATURE, VOL.2: 

Studies in drama; Julian L. Mallne, 
James Berkley, general editors. 
Syracuse [N.Y.] L. W. Singer Co. 
289 p. (Singer/Random House litera- 
ture series) NM: additions. © L. W. 
Singer Co., Inc.; 3Jan67; A888838. 

APRIL 15 PEACE MARCH, N.Y., 1967; 
transcript originated & developed 
by Myles Jackson. 7 1. © Allen 
Myles Jackson; l6May67; C19482. 

THE AHCHARTISTS; theatrical satire in 
three acts by Joseph Pilcher (Robert 
Joseph Pilcher) 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
310ct66, DU67386. NM: English 
translation. © Joseph Pilcher; 
3Apr67; DU68282. 

THE ARCHETYPAL CLOWNS, a poem for 
theater by Winston Weathers. 
19 p. © Winston Weathers; lNov66: 
DP6S67. 



AECHO MAGNIFICAT, a screenplay in three 
parts 8: two characters by James 
Sherwood. 1 v. © James Webster 
Sherwood III; 31Jan67; DU67844 . 

ARCHY AND MEHITABEL. See 
CATNIP LANE. 

ARE PEOPLE YOUR PROBLEM? A lecture 
on Christian Science by Thomas 0. 
Poyser. .25 1. © Thomas 0. Poyser; 
15Mar67; 019322. 

AREN'T WE WONDERFUL? By Wendy Gibson. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 7Dec64, DU6l822. 
© Wendy Gibson; 5May67; DU68573. 

ARIA ALLE GIRANDOLE. See 

TRILOGIA MONFERRINA: I GRILLI 
INTORNO ALLA CASA, LA COMPAGNIA 
DELLE LUNE SPENTE & ARIA ALLE 
GIRANDOLE. 

THE ARMPIT (The axilla) By Edward 
De Roo. 14 1. A play. © Edward 
John De Roo; 17Apr67; DU68438. 

ARNOLD HIMSELF, an evening's entertain- 
ment by George S. Semsel. 74 1. 
A play In 3 phases. © George S. 
Semsel; 13Mar67; DU68094 . 

ARRANT KNAVE. See 
FEAR IN THE FOREST. 

AREIVEDERCI, ROMA! A one-act stage- 
play by Belle Rosow. 42 1. © Belle 
Rosow; 17Jan67; DU67654 . 

THE ARTIST AND THE ELFNIKS, a new 
musical play for children by Pris- 
cllla R. Hinckley. 1 v. 7 scenes. 
© Priscilla R. Hinckley; 27Mar67; 
DU68182. 
ARTS AND FLOWERS, a comedy in two acts 
& an entr'acte by Leila Walters. 
40 1. © Leila Walters; llMay67; 
DU68660. 

AS A PUBLIC SERVICE, by John E. C. 
Taylor. 8 1. A play. © John E. C. 
Taylor; 13Feb67; DU67948. 

AS IT WAS IN THE BEGINNING, by Carl 
Mahon. 1 v. 5 scenes. © Carl 
Mahon; 7Jun67; DU6889I. 

AS THE STORK FLIES, by Jean Pierre 
Prankenhuls. 25 1. A play. © Jean 
Pierre Frankenhuis; 4Apr57; DU68314. 

AS YOU LIKE IT, by William Shakespeare. 
2d ed. Waltham, Mass., Blalsdell 
Pub. Co. 109 p. (The Kittredge 
Shakespeare^ rev. by Irving Ribner) 

5 acts. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Blalsdell Pub. Co., a division of 
Ginn & Co.; 7Feb67; A906805 . 

TflE ASCENT, a play in two acts by Sally 
Assin. 125 1. © Sally Assin; 
26Apr67; DU68543. 

ASK ME NO QUESTIONS; original screen- 
play by Francis Swann. I38 1. 
© Francis Swann; 15May67; DU68693. 

ASK ME TOMORROW, a play by Stan Barstow 

6 Alfred Bradley, based on the novel 
by Stan Barstow. London, S. French. 
64 p. (French's acting edition) 

3 acts. © Stan Barstow & Alfred 

Bradley; 21Jun66; DFO-1502. 
ASTRONOMICA; book & lyrics by Alan Lake 
Chidsey, music by G. Alex Kevan. 
Houston, Chidsey - Kevan Enterprises. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Chidsey - Kevan 
Enterprises; 15May67; DP6391. 

AT DAWN. See 
A DAISY CHAIN. 

AT HOME IN SPACE; recording script for 
Whirlpool Corp. by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 15 1. © Whirlpool Corp.; 
lJun67; CI9557. 



AT THE CROSS, THE JERUSALEM CYCLE; 
H. Kenn Carmlchael, editor. 
Episodes 1-7. 1 v. A play. 
© H. Kenn Carmlchael; 20Feb6?: 
DU67861. 

AUCTION TIME, by Sally R. Schwartz. 
51. A television script. © Sally 
R. Schwartz; 9Dec66; CI9149. 

AUDIO AUTOMOBILE TOURS, MUIR WOODS 
NATIONAL MONUMENT WALKING TOUR, by 
Frank W. Emler. 8 1. © Frank W. 
Emler; 26jan67; CI9133. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY (Record- 
ing scripts) Scripts in this series 
are by Dento-Medical Tapes. 
© Dento-Medical Tapes, Inc. 
V.9. 

17. Feb. 1, 1967. Digest Issue. 
© 30Jan67; CI9238. 

18. Feb. 16, 1967. Clinical issue. 
© l6Mar67; CI9365 . 

19. Mar. 1, 1967. Digest issue. 
© 20Feb67; C19214 . 

20. Mar. 16, 1967. Clinical Issue. 
© 20Feb67; CI9213. 

21. Apr. 1, 1967. Digest iss-..e. 
© 17Apr67; C19392. 

22. Apr. 16, 1967. Clinical iss-,f.. 
© 17Apr67; C19391- 

23. May 1, 1967. Digest issue. 
© 21Apr67; C19406. 

24. May 16, 1967. Clinical issue. 
© 21Apr67; C19407. 

v.lO. 

1. June 1, 1967. Digest issue. 
© 2Jun67; 019573. 

2. June 16, 1967. Clinical issue. 
© 2Jun67; C19574. 

3. July 1, 1967. Digest issue. Appl. 
states prev. pub. Dec. 1966. NM: 
additions & revisions. © 22Jun67 : 
CI9643. 

4. July 16, 1967. Clinical issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Mar. 1967. 
NM: additions & revisions. 

© 22Jun67; C19642. 

THE AUGUST FILE, a motion picture 
screenplay by Charles M. Tanner. 
147 1. © Charles M. Tanner; 
12May67; DU68892. 

THE AUGUST PARALLELS, a play in three 
acts by Lee Nestor. 1 v. © Lee T. 
Nestor; lFeb67; DU67771. 

AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO, by Frederick J. 
Martin. 147 1. A play in 4 acts. 
© Frederick J. Martin; 24jan57; 
DU67698. 

AUKSO 24SIS; pasakiSka trlJij veiksmii 
komedi.la by Birute Pukelevl6iute. 
159 p. © Blrute Klara PukeleviiSiute; 
4Dec65 (in notice: I962); DP632I. 

AUTHOR 1 AUTHOR! By Buddy Jisi (Vincent 
Jisi) 25 1. A play. © Vincent 
Jisi; 17May67; DU68713. 

AUTOMATION, a musical comedy written 

by Irving Levit. 1 v. 2 acts. 

© Irving Levit; 3I Janfi? ; DU67679. 

.> 
AUTUMN, a play in one act by Jeffery 

W. Kurz. 11 1. © Jeffery W. Kurz; 

6jun67; DU68841. 

AUTUMN IN NEW YORK; dramatico-muslcal 
composition by Neva Thompson & Mary 
Bradford; music by Sara McDanlel. 
1 V. 3 acts. NM: additions. 
© Sara McDanlel, Neva Thompson & 
Mary Bradford; 21Nov66; DU67669. 

AUTUMN LEAVES, a one-act verse play 
by Frederick Guttmann. 50 1. 
© Frederick Guttmann; 31Jan67; 
DU67845 . 



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AVENTURA EN LO ORIS. See 

DOS DRAMAS DE BUERO VALLEJO: AVENTURA 
EN LO ORIS & LAS PALABRAS EN LA 
ARENA. 

AWAKE, HIT LOVE; or. How to write a 
novel — Don't! By Lucy Franklin. 
75 i. A play in 3 acts. © Lucy 
Brown Franklin; 19Jun67; DU690OO. 

AXILLA . See 
THE ARMPIT. 



B 



BABY, YOU GOTTA HAVE AN IMAGE. (Baby, 
ya gotta have an image) An original 
screenplay by David Amory Lown. 
121 1. © David A. Lown; 4Jan67; 
DU67648. 

BACK HOME; drama in three acts by 
Joseph Uray & Jim Campbell. 65 1. 
Based on the original play by Tibor 
D^ry. © Joseph Uray; 21Mar67; 
DU68357 . 

BACK SLIDING HEIFER; sermon by 

Cleophus Robinson. 5 1. 2 parts. 
C Lion Pub. Co., Inc.; 27Jan67; 
CI9154 . 
BACK TO THE HAT FACTORY, a play in 
one act by Ben Zeller (Bennett C. 
Zeller) 33 1. Book & lyrics only. 
Ben Zeller; 5Jan67; DU67756. 

THE BAD CAT; mini-musical in one act. 
Book, lyrics & music by Al Ellis 
(Albert B. Ellis) 20 1. © Al 
Ellis; llApr67; DU68362. 

THE BAD DADDY, a one act play in four 

scenes by Hal Douglas, pseud, of 

Douglas Henry Monson. l4 1. 

© Doug Monson; 3Apr67; DU68283. 

THE BAD SCENE, a screenplay by Hayward 
M. Anderson. 85 1. © Hayward M. 
Anderson; llMay67; DU68662. 

THE BAG OF EARTH, by Wilfrid Werry. 
28 1. A play. ® Wilfrid W. Werry; 
12Jun67; DU68915. 

DER BAHNHOF; zwel Einakter von Oskar 
Zemme. [Vienna] Universal Edition. 
113 p. ® Universal Edition, A.G.; 
28Dec66 (in notice: 1967); DFO-1527. 

THE BAKERS OF BEVERWYCK, by Katherine 
Dain Binns . 28 1. A play in 5 
scenes. © Katherine Dain Binns; 
8Feb67; DU67997. 

THE BALANCE, a screenplay by D. Jason 
Vinley. 168 1. ® Dennis Jason 
Vinley; tApr67; DU68340. 

THE BALD KNOBBERS, a one -act folk 
opera; libretto, Karl H. Bratton; 
music, Bert Buhrman. 1 v. k scenes. 
® Bert Buhrman & Karl Bratton; 
19Jan67; DU67663. 

THE BALLAD OF THE JUST MAN; original 
film subject by Marcello Dl Bene- 
detto. 118 1. 87 scenes. ® Mar- 
cello Dl 'Benedetto; 28Apr5t; DU68556. 

BANK. See 

FRED'S TWENTY, TAX MAN, BANK. 
TAX MAN, BANK, FRED'S TWENTY, IN- 
LAWS, MAMA MIA, OFFICE. 

BANNED IN BOSTON, a comedy by Frederic 
Lansing Day. 1 v. 11 scenes. 
Frederic Lansing Day; 31May67; 



BARABELA'S CURSE, by Jerry L. Twedt. 
65 1. A play in 3 acts. ® Jerry L. 
Twedt; 23Jan67; DU67694 . 

THE BARD AND DR. PACE, by Gil Garcia 
(Gilbert Garcia) 24 1. A radio 
play. © Gilbert Garcia; 12Apr67; 
DU68398. 



BARD SUMP PUMP SALES TRAINING PROGRAM. 
1 V. A slide script. © H. W. Ander- 
son Products, Inc.; 26Apr67; C19491. 

BARREN JUSTICE, a 60-minute dramatic 
teleplay by D. Michael Dunne. 
101 1. 3 acts. © D. Michael Dunne; 
13Jan67; DU677'H. 

THE BARTONS FROM LIVERPOOL STREET, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Violet E. Jackson. 
30 1. ©Violet E. Jackson; 23Feb67; 
DU67889. 

BE IN STOCK, by Sears National Training. 
7 1. Fllmstrlp script. ® Sears, 
Roebuck & Co.; 22May67; CI9627. 

BE YOURSELF; words by Adam Clayton 
Powell. Sheet. © Bright Tunes 
Music Corp.; l4Feb67; C19193. 



THE BEACON; book & lyrics by Lewis F. 
Volpe, music by Michael Mains. 34 1. 
Includes music for 1 song. ©Men's 
Brotherhood of Bethel United Church 
of Christ; lC»lay67; DU68766 . 

THE BEAR, by Jay Kovar. 36 1 . A play 
in 1 act. ® Jay Kovar; 24May67; 
DU6876O. 

THE BEAR WENT OVER THE MOUNTAIN, 
a comedy in two acts by Richard M. 
Keith. 1 V. ® Richard M. Keith; 
6Mar67; DU68027. 

A BEAU FOR FLO, a family comedy in 
three acts by Sammy Lillibridge. 
23 1. ® Sammy Lillibridge; 
6Mar67; DU67981. 

THE BEAUTIFUL GALATEA; comic opera In 
one act by Franz von Supp6; English 
version by Herbert Zipper. 18 1. 
Libretto. © Herbert Zipper; 6Peb67; 
DU67764 . 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST AND THE NEW WEST- 
INGHOUSE PORTABLE DISHWASHERS; re- 
cording for Westinghouse Electric 
Corp. Rev. 7M8r65. 8 1. Appl. au- 
thor: Jam Handy Organization. 
© V/estinghouse Electric Corp.; 
Ijun67; CI962O. 

THE BEAUTY OF THE DREAMING WOOD, a play 
for children suggested by the old 
folk legend of the Sleeping beauty, 
by Marian Jonson, pseud, of Marion L. 
Johnson. 1 v. 3 acts. © Marian 
Jonson; l6Jun67; DU6898I. 

BECAUSE THERE WERE MORE OF THEM AROUND, 
by Leo Bloom. Sheet. Monologue. 
© Leo Bloom; 25Jan67; CI9I32. 

BECKER AND BURNS, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. Sheet. Commercial script. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
27Jun67; CI965I. 

BECLCH, by Rochelle Owens (Rochelle 
Economou) 66 1. A play in 2 acts. 
® Rochelle Owens; 3Aug66; DU66493. 

BEECH PRE-FLIGHT FACTS, SECTION A-C, 
NARRATION, by Paul E. Sanderson. 
3 V. Scripts of disc recorded 
narrations to be reproduced as eudca- 
tional lectures. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1962, CI559I, 15590, 15592. 
NM: editorial revision & additional 
text. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
9Feb67; CI9200-19202. 

BEFORE AND AFTER, by Jennifer Jarrett. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Jennifer 
Lynn Jarrett; llMay67; DU68664 . 

BEFORE THE BIRD BALL, a joke play in 
one act by Margherita di Niscemi 
(Margherita V. Niscemi) 17 1. 
© Margherita V. Niscemi; 15Mar67; 
DU68089 . 



BEGINNINaS, a play by Gill Gideon, 
pseud, of Patty Gill Gideon Wade. 
56 1. 2 acts. ® Patty Gill Gideon 
Wade; 8Feb67; DU67962. 

BEHIND THE VEIL. 3 1- (The Pun fac- 
tory, no. 8) A narration script. 
® Ultimus Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; 
CI916I. 

BEHOLD! THE BEAUTIFUL WOMAN; written 
for the screen by Gerald Kean. 
110 1. 4 acts. © Gerald Kean; 
23Jan67; DU67689. 

THE BELATED BLESSING, a play in one 
act by John H. Knoll. l4 1. 
Adapted from a short story by Edith 
Wharton, The mission of Jane. 
® John H. Knoll; l4Feb67; DU67848. 

THE BELOVED DOG, by Francis X. Lohmann 
& Scott Seely. 12 1. 8 recording 
scripts. ® S 8c R Music Pub. Co.; 
10Jan67; C19114 . 

BENDITA INFIDELrDAD; en 12 actos 
por Pablo Azor Juelle. 62 1. 
© Pablo Azor Juelle; 27Mar67; 
DU682OO. 

THE BENEFITS OF SOFT, WATER, by Sears 
National Training. 8 1. Fllmstrlp 
script. ® Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 
22May67; C19632- 

BENJAMIN HARRISON, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 7 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; C19294. 

BENVENUTO CELLINI; opera in tre atti e 
quattro quadri di Leon de Wailly e 
Auguste Barbier; musica di Hector 
Berlioz; versione ritmica italiana 
di Mario Parent!. Mllano, Casa 
Musicale Sonzogno di P. Ostali. 
47 p. Libretto. © Editions Chou- 
dens; 28Nov66; DPO-I521. 

THE BEREAVEMENT OF BABS BURSETIE, 
a play by George Savage, Jr. &: 
George Savage. 102 1. 3 acts. 
© George M. Savage & George M. 
Savage, Jr.; 24Mar67; DU68l79. 

BERTHA & OTHER PLAYS, by Kenneth Koch. 
New York, Grove Press. 1*^4 p. 
© Kenneth Koch; 15Apr66; DP6374 . 

BERTRAND. See 
THEATRE. 

BEST BEHAVIOR, a romantic comedy by 
Norman Barasch & Carroll Moore. 
1 V. 3 acts. © Carroll Moore & 
Norman Barasch; 7Jun67; DU68845 . 

THE BEST PART OF THE PARTY, a play in 
two parts by Joseph Anthony. 1 v. 
© Joseph Anthony; 27Feb67; DU67915 . 

A BESTIARY, by Frank Van Deusen. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. ® Frank 
Van Deusen; 5Jan67; DU67570. 

BETTY AND THE BEAST, a play In two acts 
by Robert Hogan. Dixon, Calif., 
Proscenium Press. 44 p. (The Lost 
play series, no. 5) ® Robert Hogan; 
15Mar67; DP6365 . 

BETWEEN NOW AND NEVER, by Jack Ezell . 
40 1. A play. © Jack Ezell; 
9Jan67; Du67579- 

THE BEWITCHED BOY; book by Colette, 
translation by Frank Westbrook. 
21 1. A musical play. Book only. 
© Frank Westbrook; 25Jan67; DU677O3. 

BEYOND THIS LOVE; story & screen play 
by Ellen Wilkerson (Mary Ellen 
Wilkerson Spears) & Terry Slater. 
196 1. © Mary Ellen Wilkerson 
Spears & Terry F. Slater; 23Peb67; 
DU67903. 



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BIFF, a musical comedy from the play 
One Sunday afternoon, by James Hagan. 
Book by Joseph Caruso, Jr., music by 
George Linsenmann, lyrics by Ralph 
Falco. 1 V. 2 acts. Book Sc lyrics 
only. © Joseph G. Caruso, Jr.; 
24May67; DU68746. 

THE BIG BALL, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Frank 
Earl Jones. 30 1. ® Frank Earl 
Jones; 23Feb67; DU67885. 

THE BIG BORRASCA OF '72 J or. Did the 
devil slip? By Bob Richards 
(Robert L. Richards) 46 1. A play 
In 3 acts. © Robert L. Richards; 
23Jan67; DU67687. 

THE BIG EAR, by Van Scott Graham. 
12 1. A play. © Van Scott Graham; 
3Jan67; DU67644. 

BIG ED, a play in two acts by Douglas 

M. Young. 88 1. © Douglas M. Young; 

llMay67; DU68665. 
BIG JOHN'S SON, by Jimmy Dean & Bob 

Fayton (Robert L. Payton) Sheet. 

Recitation. ® Robert L. Payton & 

Jimmy Dean; 5Jun67; CI9505. 

THE BIG LITTLE FISHERMAN, an original 
atory by Richard E. Brooks. 7? 1. 
A screenplay. © Richard E. Brooks; 
l6Mar67; DU685IO. 

BIG GOES AU GO GO. See 

OSCAR IN THE WILDE WILDE WEST. 

THE BIG STORY. 2 1. (The Fun factory, 
no. 4) A narration script. © Ul- 
timus Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; CI9157. 

BIG SUCK. See 
UP YOUR ASS. 

THE BIG TEN, prepared for Sterling & 
Hunt by Wilding. Writer: Don B. 
Durlan. 36 1. Script. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 27Mar67; C19332. 

THE BINOCULARS, a play in three acts 
by Jack K. Campbell. I66 1. ® Jack 
K. Campbell; 20Mar67; DU68129. 

BLACK BELT, LTD., by Charles V. 

Plliero, Jr. 9 1. A play in 6 acts. 

© Charles V. Piliero, Jr.; 4May67; 
DU6875I. 

THE BLACK NOTES, THE WHITE NOTES, a 
political satire with words & music 
written by Felix De Cola. Sheet. 
© Felix De Cola; 6Feb67; C19146. 

BLACK POINT; original screenplay by 
William Dufty. 107 1. © Gloria 
Swanson Enterprises, Inc.; 8May67; 
DU68645 . 

THE BLACK ROOM, by Granby Blackwood, 
pseud, of Abraham Golden. 10 1. 
A play. ® Abraham Golden; 10Apr67; 
DU68391. 

BLACK SHEEP, by Milton Ehrlich. 

67 1. A play in 3 acts. © Milton 
Ehrlich; 9Jan67; DU67574 . 

THE BLACK STAR, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Cliff N. C. Kaine. 28 1. © Cliff 
N. C. Kalne; 17Mar67; DU68II3. 

BLACK TO WHITE, by A. Jack Tremblay, Jr. 
24 1. A play in 7 scenes. © A. Jack 
Tremblay, Jr.; 20Dec66; DU67543. 

THE BLACK VEIL, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Robert Royal, pseud, of Louis Prete. 
53 1. © Louis Prete; 20Mar67; 
DU68304 . 

BLAMING OTHERS; recording script for 
Pontiac Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. I3 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
Ijun67; C19548. 



BLENNERHASSETT; or. The rise and fall of 
an American Alhambra, its owners 
Margaret and Harmon and their fateful 
alliance with Aaron Burr. An opera 
in five acts, libretto by Victor Bahr. 
1 V. Libretto. © Victor Bahr; 
23Jan67; DU67671. 

BLEST BE THE BIND THAT TIES; or, Tape's 
last crap. A play In one act by 
Michael W. Pedo. 14 1. © Michael W. 
Fedo; 15Jun67; DU68970. 

THE BLIND MEN'S COVENANT, a play by 
Garry White. 66 1. ® Garry White; 
16May67; DU68706. 

BLISS; or, A psycho-bedellic attack. 
A play in two acts by Peter Copani. 
1 V. © Peter Copani; 2Feb67; 
DU67775 . 

BLONDE, BRUNETTE, AND REDHEAD; 

preliminary screenplay by Budd W. 
Schulberg & Ring W. Lardner, Jr. 
119 1. Appl. author: Selznlck 
International Pictures, Inc., 
employer for hire. © A. Morgan 
Maree, Jr. & Bank of America National 
Trust & Savings Assn., executors of 
the Estate of David 0. Selznlck; 
21Apr67; DU68494 . 

THE BLOOD STREET PLACE, a play with 
music in three acts by John Brown. 
129 1- © John Theodore Brown; 
31Mar67; DU68456. 

BLOODY MARROW. See 
THE TWO-FOR-ONE] 

THE BLUE CASINO, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Grover C. Cole. 30 1. ® Grover C. 
Cole; 15Jun67; DU68976. 

THE BLUE-EYED HIPPO, by Marguerite 
Zimmerman. 4 1. A play. © Mar- 
guerite M. Zimmerman; 27Mar67; 
DU68193. 

THE BLUE JEWELS, a musical play for 
children by Pat C. Goetz (Patricia 
C. Goetz) 1 v. 2 acts. © Pat C. 
Goetz; 6Mar67; DU68026. 

THE BLUE-TAIL FLY, an American ballad 
in three verses & a chorus by Keith 
Spencer Felton. 1 v. © Keith 
Spencer Felton; 10Jan67; DU67590. 

THE BOARDER, a play in two acts by 
Jacqueline A. King !c Thomas E. 
McGraw. 29 1. © Jacqueline Ann 
King & Thomas E. McGraw; 21Feb67; 
DU6787I . 

THE BOAT, a play by George Lefferts. 
140 1. 3 acts. A log of the voyage 
of Manley Freeman. © George 
Lefferts; 6Mar67; DU67965. 

BOB THE FREIGHTER'S DOG, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Edith L. James. 33 1. © Edith L. 
James; 28Mar67; DU68230. 

LA BOHEME; opera in four acts, libretto 
by Giuseppe Giacosa & Luigi Illica, 
music by Giacomo Puccini, English 
version by Joseph Machlis. New York, 
F. Colombo. 76 p. (Collection of 
opera libretti) English & Italian. 
Libretto. Appl. states prev. pub. 
1958. NM: revisions. © Franco 
Colombo, Inc.; 29Aug66; DP6378. 

BONNIE, an original story written 8: 
adapted for television by Lyane L. 
Gadshian. 30 1. © Lyane L. Gadshlan; 
15Jun67; DU68977.' 

THE BOOK OF ABEL, a thesis on theosophy 
8c metaphysics by Bruce E. Barker. 
37 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
4jan67, C19257. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Bruce Elliott Barker; 
17Apr67; CI9425. 



THE BOOK OF ABEL, PART I, a thesis 
with theosophy by Bruce Elliott 
Barker. 16 1. © Bruce Elliott 
Barker; l6Mar67; C19257. 

BOOK OF ESTHER. See 
THE QUEEN OP PERSIA. 

THE BOOKWORM, by Richard Dana. I5 1. 
A play. Includes words to 2 songs. 
© Richard Dana; lJun67; DU68825 . 

BORN ANEW, by Mary Brendle. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Mary Brendle; 
l6Jur.67; DU68978. 

BORN TO LOSE, a documentary film on 
compulsive gambling by Richard L. 
Kidder. 36 1. Script. © Richard L. 
Kidder; 27Feb67; DU67925 . 

BOSTON SOUL, by Steven E. Baron, 
Dennis Wholey & William Minkin. 
1 V. Recording script. ® C & D 
Productions, an operating division 
of Taylor-Wholey Productions, Ltd.; 
17May67; C19591. 

BOTAH THE ROBOT, an original story 
written 8c adapted for television by 
Charles Ector, Jr. 31 1. © Charles 
Ector, Jr.; 23Feb67; DU67897. 

A BOTTLE OF FINE NAPOLEON BRANDY, 
by Len Seaberg (Leonard Seaberg) 
35 1- A play. © Leonard Seaberg; 
lJun67; DU68824. 

BOTTLES OF TEARS, by Edna G. Cooke. 
Sheet. ® Excelloreo Music Co.; 
l4Apr67; C19429. 

BOUND TO RISE. See 

TOM COOPER, CAPTAIN OF INDUSTRY. 



BOURREAU DU PEROU. 
THEATRE. 



See 



A BOX OP TRICKS, by Margaret K. Jen- 
kins. 61. A monologue. © Margaret 
K. Jenkins (Mrs. Ray L. Jerkins); 
24 Jan 67; CI9128. 

BOXED AND READY FOR DELIVERY, by 

Rebecca S. Wilburn. 15 1. A play. 
© Rebecca S. Wilburn; 23ifer67; 
DU68175 . 

BOXED IN, a play for television by 
Joel Lawrence Effreln. 50 1. 
© Joel Lawrence Effrein; 6Mar67; 
DU68345 . 

THE BOY WHO KNEW HE WAS DYING, an 

original story written 8c adapted for 

television by Travis N. Orr. 

31 1. © Travis N. Orr; 28Mar67; 

DU6823I. 

THE BOY WHO WOULDN'T BELIEVE HIS EYES: 
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, by Beverly 
Quint. 17 1. A play. © Beverly 
Quint; 24Mar67; DU68177. 

BOYSAN, by Anthony Dellberti. 31 1. 
A play in 4 acts. © Anthony A. 
Dellberti; 27Mar67; DU68607. 

A BRACE OF PLAYS ABOUT HAMILTON 
VALEDICT, by Don Bra swell. 83 1. 
A play in 2 parts. © Don Braswell; 
3Jan67; DU67645 . 

BRAVE BEFORE BREAKFAST, by Wenclawskl- 
Sanden. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Ruth M. Wenclawski & Frances 
Sanden; 21Jun67; DU69OI7. 

BREAKDOWN, a screenplay by Dan Cala- 
brese 8: Terence Marian! . 106 1. 
© Dan Calabrese & Terence Mariani; 
27Apr67; DU68544 . 

BRECHT ON BRECHT, an improvisation by 
George Taborl . 1 v. 2 parts. 
® Stefan S. Brecht; 17May67; 
CI953I. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS, by Louis 
M. Fratturo. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Louis M. Fratturo; 7Mar67; 
DU68040. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS, by Richard 
E. Drdelc & Barbara S. Parker. Hunt- 
ington, N.Y., Kducational Develop- 
mental Laboratories. 32 p. 
© L. W. Singer Co., Inc.; 8Dec66; 
A882766. 

THE BRIBE, by N. S. Robbins. 19 1. 
A play. ID N. S. Robblns; 25Jan67; 
DU67657. 

A BRIDGE TO LOVE, by LeFevre & Morris. 
12 1. A play. © Ruth LeFevre & 
Frances Morris; 20Mar67; DU68670. 

BRIEFCASE, by Edward Chazln. 1 v. 
A play. © Edward Chazin; 25May67; 
DU6878O. 

BROADENING THE USE OF A PRODUCT, THE 
INCREDIBLE CRANBERRY; speech by 
Ken (Kenneth N.) 8c Martha^Whatmore. 
Sheet. © Kenneth N. & Martha What- 
more; 10Apr67; 019^35. 

BROCKS PLACE, a comic opera. Music by 
Marvin Adler; libretto by Charles 
Levy. 1 scene. © Marvin Adler & 
Charles S. Levy; 25Dec66; DU67627. 

THE BRONZE STATUE, by Crane Johnson. 
New York, Theatre Press. 1 v. 
© Crane Johnson; 10ct54; DP6292. 

THE BROODING JOSHUA, by Eugene Branham. 
26 1. h acts. © Eugene 0. Branham; 
27Nov66; DP63OI. 

BROTHER, COME RUNNING, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Francis Charboneau. 5I 1. 
© Francis Charboneau; 3Apr67; 
DU68268 . 

BROTHER GO, a filmplay by Robert 
Breen & Wilva Breen. 199 1- 
© Robert Breen 8: Wllva Breen; 
9Mar67 ; DU68o6't . 

THE BROTHERS ASHKENAZI, a drama by 
Joe Singer (Joseph Singer) based on 
the novel of the same name by I. J. 
Singer. 1 v. 5 acts. © Joseph 
Singer; 15May67; DU 68694 . 

BUE ELETTORALE. See 

THILOGIA DI VOMINI E ANIMALI. 

BUILDING YOUR IMAGE, BY BETTER BUILDING; 
recording script for National Gypsum 
Co. by Jam Handy Organization. 
81. © National Gypsum Co.; lJun67; 
CI957O. 



BULL IH A CHINA SHOP. 
AM BODY FOR TEA? 



See 



BULLITT, a screenplay by Alan R. Trust- 
man; based on the novel Mute witness, 
by Robert L. Pike. II8 1. © Alan R. 
Trustman; llDec66; DU67546. 

BUM, C. DAISY, by Bob B. flshton. 

Franklin, Ohio, Eldrldge Pub. Co. 

51 p. 4 acts. With music 8: lyrics. 

© Eldridge Pub. Co.; lSep66; DP6298. 

BURN A CANDLE FOR THE LIVING, by Otis 
Cavrell. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Otis Cavrell; 7Feb67; DU67825. 

BURN BABY BURN; words by Adam Clayton 
Powell & C. Sumner Stone. 2 1. 
© Bright Tunes Music Corp.; l4Feb67; 

c 19187. 

BURNERING, A MYTH, by Ida Picker. 
54 1. A play in 7 scenes. © Ida 
Picker; 51May67; DU688II. 



THE BURNING OF THE PEGGY STEWART; 
written by John D. Nixon ?c directed 
by Mylin Barr. 17 p. 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l6Jun65, DU66451. 
NM: additional act. © Joh-n D. Nixon 
S; Mylln Barr; 15Jun67; DP64o8. 

BUSCANDO POLLOS PA 'LA TELEVISION 
(Casting chicks for a T.V. show) 
A dramatico musical play written S: 
adapted by F. Oliver. 57 1. Book 
S: lyrics only. Text in Spanish. 
© Fideli B. Oliver; 14Apr67; DU68488. 

THE BUST, by Akbar, pseud, of William 
Jerome McMillan. 68 1. A play. 
© William Jerome McMillan; 24May67; 



BUT ONE GOD, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Lorrine 
Lowe. 30 1. ® Lorrine Lowe; 
8jun67; DU68880. 

BY ZEUS; 15 minute television playlet 
by Morton Krouse. 8 1. © Morton 
Krouse; 23Jan67; DU67942. 



C Sc D, an attempt at drama in one act 
& two scenes by Fazal N. Asgarali. 
17 1. © Fazal N. Asgarali; 20Mar67; 
DU68122 . 

C'EST TOUJOUR L' AMOUR ET LA GUERRE, a 
light opera in three acts. Lyrics 
by William P. Brazier, pseud, of 
William P. Brazer; music by Michael 
J. De Cozlo. 1 V. © William P. 
Brazer; 4May67; DU68627. 

C. 0. D. (AS IN CODPIECE), a two act 
play by Edward E. Mlkenas, Sr. 
180 1. ©Edward E. Mikenas, Sr.; 
3Jan67; DU67556. 

THE CABAL, an original story written 
8c adapted for television by Steve 
Rosenbaum. 32 1. © Steve Rosen- 
baura; 23Feb67; DU6789O. 

CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA. See 
PYGMALION AMD OTHER PLAYS. 

CAESAR'S SHARE, a one act farce by 
Thomas L. Gatch, Jr. 22 1. 
©Thomas L. Gatch, Jr.; 23Mar67; 
DU68] 74 . 

A CAGE FOR THE SONGBIRD, by Marvin 
Denicoff. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Marvin Denicoff; 15Feb67; DU67819. 

CAGED, a complete short play in one 
scene by Maria Kout. 7 1. ® Maria 
Kout; 5Jun67; DU68839. 

CAGNOTTE. See 
SPLIT THE POT. 

THE CAIRO INCIDENT, an original dramatic 
narrative by Mark Balfour. 3 1. 
© Mark Balfour; 24May67; CI9497. 

CALCIUM, PHOSPHORUS. See 
TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO.l. 

THE CALIFORNIA BLONDE, a one-act 
play by Paul England. 22 1. 
© Paul England; 27Apr67; DU68545. 

CALIFORNIA DRIVERS, RIGHTS AND DUTIES, 
a lecture by Jack J. Moore. 67 1. 
5 parts. © Jack J. Moore; 17May67; 
CI9483. 

CALL ME ETHEL, by Edward De Roo. 
38 1. A play. © Edward John 
De Roo; 19Jun67; DU68995 . 

CALL TO COLORS, by V/illiam J. Haney. 
Sheet. © McCloud Music Publications; 
29May67; CI9527. 



CALVIN COOLIDGE, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 7 1. (The Presidents 
speak) Recording script. © Kay- 
sons International, Ltd.; 21Mar57- 
C19288. 

THE CANNIBALS, by George Tabori. 
92 1. A play. © George Tabori; 
7Apr67; DU68517. 

CANTATA, a ohoric play in one act by 
William Dorsey Blake. 34 1. 
© William Dorsey Blake; 23Feb67; 
DU67977 . 

THE CANTERBURY WAY, by Madeleine 
Renner a.k.a. Florence Murphy. 
4 1. A screenplay in 2 parts. 
© Madeleine Renner; 3Apr67; DU68276. 

THE CANTERVILLE GHOST, the play by 

Oscar Wilde; adapted by Abby Markson. 
18 1. 2 acts. © Abby Markson; 
10Mar67; DU67980. 

CAPITAN FUROR, guion cinematograf Ico 
original de Santiago Moncada 
(Santiago Moncada Mercadal) 124 1. 
© Santiago Moncada. Mercadal; 9Mav67: 
DU6877I. 

THE CAPTAIN OF THE TWENTY fWLE TFJIM; 
one-act comedy by Evelyn Dorio 
(Evelyn Dorio Nicolais) 64 1. 
© Evelyn D. Nicolais; l6Jan67; 
DU67615 . 

CAPTAIN SNUFF GETS INVOLVED, by Pearl 
Grundmeyer. 43 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Pearl Grundmeyer; 5Jun67; 
DU68837 . 

CAPT'N FABLE, by Marie Louise Stine. 
1 V. Episodes I-3. © Marie Louise 
Stine; llMay67; DU68763. 

THE CARD CATALOG, by Robert Gay lor. 
7 1. (Library instruction script 1) 
© Robert Gene Gaylor; 19May67; 

c 194 85. 

THE CARNIVAL LEAVES AT NOON, an original 
musical play; music by Grace Jaffe; 
Lyrics by Phyllis W. Goldman; • book by 
Phyllis H. Goldman & Grace Jaffe. 
1 V. Based on an idea by Phyllis W. 
Goldman. © Phyllis W. Goldman & 
Grace Jaffe; 27Feb57; DU67975. 

THE CARRIAGE, by Jolera Blelch, 

pseud, of Jolem Goldenthal. 29 1. 
A screenplay. © Jolem Bleich; 
30Mar57; DU68294 . 

CARRICKNABAUNA; dramatized & arranged 
from the poetry of Padraic Colum by 
Basil Burwell. 71 1. © Basil 
Burwell; 2QMar67; DU68124. 

CARTE BLANCHE, a play in two acts by 
Elliott Greenfield. 1 v. © Elliott 
Greenfield; 3Apr67; DU68272. 

A CASE OF A SAINT, by Ron Whyte 
(Ronald Melville Whyte) 8 1. A 
play. © Ronald Melville Why-te; 
23Feb67; DU67905. 

THE CASE 750 CPJIWLER; recording script 
for J. I. Case Co. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 15 1. © J. I. Case 
Co.; lJun67; C19534. 

CASE WINDROW SPECIAL COMBINES; record- i 
ing script for J. I. Case Co. by ' 
Jam Handy Organization. 15 1. 
© J. I. Case Co.; Ijim67; CI956I. 

CASH IN ON THE ACTION; recording script i 
for Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 10 1. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.: 
lJun67; C19544. 

CASTING CHICKS FOR A -T.V. SHOW. See 
BUSCANDO POLLOS PA 'LA TELEVISION. 



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1967 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



THE CASTLE, a play In two acts by 
Ivan Klima; adapted from Czech by 
Ruth Willard. 79 p. © Ruth Wll- 
lard; 17Apr67; DU68602. 

CAT EYE; musical comedy in two acts. 
Script & lyrics by Lucile Palmer 
(Lucile Palmer McMillan) music by 
Louise Du Val (Louise Du Val Foster) 
1 V. © Lucile Palmer McMillan 8: 
Louise Du Val Foster; 24May67; 
DU68862 . 

CAT ON THE RAILS, a play in three 
situations by Josef Topol; adapted 
from the Czech by George & Christine 
Voskovec. 70 1. © George Voskovec 
& Christine Voskovec; 12Jan57; 
DU67535. 

THE CAT WHO WALKED BY HIMSELF, by Ruth 
Lind. 7 1. A story. Adapted from 
the story by Rudyard Kipling. 
© Ruth Lind; 2Jun57; CI9617. 

THE CATALYST, a fantasy in two acts 
by Virginia Briant. 90 1. ® Vir- 
ginia Briant; 29May67; DU68797. 

CATHY CAMARO; 1-minute spot by 
Fred R. Becker. Sheet. Radio 
commercial script. © Fred R. 
Becker Advertising Agency, Inc.; 
l6Mar67; CI9271. 

CATHY CAMARO CONTEST (2), by Fred R. 
Becker. Sheet. Commercial script. 
© Fred R. Becker Advertising Agency, 
Inc.; 20Mar67; CI9277. 

CATNIP LANE, a fantasy with music, 
songs & dances, a satire on the 
human race by Mae Save 11 Croy. 
1 v. 2 acts. From the works of 
Don Marquis. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Archy 
and Mehitabel, lltFeb^l*, DU869't8. 
NM: revision. © Mae Savell Croy; 
lMay67; DU68576. 

THE CELEBRATION, a one act play by 
John Innez, pseud, of John Hines. 

1 V. ® John Innez; 15May67; DU68684 . 

THE CELEBRATION, by Sylvia Sullivan, 
pseud, of Silvia Ann Makowskl. 61 1. 
A play in 5 acts. © Silvia Ann 
Makowskl; 8Peb67; DU67797. 

THE CENCI, a play by Harley Hackett 
based on a play of the same title by 
Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1 v. 
17 scenes. © Harley Hackett; 
5Feb67; DU67789. 

THE CENSUS TAKER, a play in one act by 
Ben Zeller (Bennett C. Zeller) 25 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Ben Zeller; 
5Jan67; DU67755. 

THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD; comedy in 
two acts by Frank De Rogatis. 1 v. 
© Frank De Rogatis & Yola De Rogatis; 
12Jan67; DU67606. 

CHALK AND SLATE, a one act play by Mike 
Major (Michael Joseph Major) 18 1. 
© Michael Joseph Major; 27Deo66; 
DU67623. 

A CHANCE ROMANCE, by Alice E. Boyd. 

2 1. © Alice Elizabeth Boyd; 
29May67; C19609. 

CHANDLER, PART I, by Michael Shlpp. 
31 1. A play. © Michael C. Shipp; 
27Apr67; DU68551. 

A CHANGE OF HEART, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by G. L. Kendall. 30 1. ® 6. L. 
Kendall; 23Feb67; DU67882. 



CHANTICLEER, a contemporary comic 
fantasy by Joyce Barthelson. 1 v. 
Expanded & freely adapted from The 
nun's priest's tale by Geoffrey 
Chaucer. With music. ©Joyce 
Barthelson; 10Jan67; Di;675l(5 . 

CHARLEY'S NEUE TANTE, frei nach Brandon 
Thomas bearbeitet von Gustav Kampen- 
donk; Musik: Lotar Olias; Lleder- 
texte: Kurt Schwabach. Hamburg, 
Edition Esplanade. 2 v. 3 acts. NM- 
adaptation & translation. ©Edition' 
Esplanade, G.M.B.H.; 220ct64 (in 
notice .-1965); DFI881. 

THE CHASE, by John L. Toimsley. 124 1. 
A screenplay. © John L. Townsley; 
20Feb67; DU67944. 

CHASTITY, an original screenplay by 
Sonny Bono. 77 1. © S & C Enter- 
prises, Inc.; 27Jun67; DU69055. 

CHATEAU ST., by Thomas John Gates. 
74 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Thomas J. 
Gates; 20Mar67; DU68lt80. 

THE CHICKEN, a play in three acts by 
George & Eva Newfield, pseuds, of 
George William Vavruska & Eva N. 
Vavruska. 1 v. © Eva N. Vavruska 
& George William Vavruska; 5Apr67; 
DU68613. 

A CHILD WENT FORTH, a play in one act 
by David Sawn, pseud, of George C. 
Davidson. I9 1. © David Sawn; 
26May67; DU68790. 

CHILDREN IN THE RAIN, a play in two 
acts by Dennis Mclntyre. 80 1. 
© Dennis Mclntyre; l8May67; DU68725. 

CHILDREN'S CLASSICS ON TAPE, VOLUME I, 
by Ruth Lind. 1 v. 5 stories. 
© Ruth Lind; 2Jun67; CI9618. 

CHILDREN'S MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM; 

adapted from Shakespeare by S. L. 

Slovin & Vivienne Shub. 27 1. 

A play. © Samuel L. Slr^in & 

Vivienne Shub; lJun67; DU68894. 
CHILLY CHARLEY CHOKES. See 

TELEVISION VISITS RADIO STATION 
KNUM AS CHILLY CHARLEY CHOKES. 

CHOCOLATE BOY, a melodrama in three 
acts by. Theodore G. Cooper.' 127 1. 
©Theodore Gleston Cooper, Jr.; 
22May67; DU68744 . 

CHRISSIE: Episode no.l: Love among 
the squares. Created by Stephen 
Kahn; written by Al Barker 8: Stephen 
Kah. 1 V. A play for television. 
© Kahn Communications Corp.; 27Jan67; 
DU67716 . 

CHRIST ABEL AND THE RUBICON, by H, J. 
Moorman, pseud, of R. H. Gardner. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Rufus 
Hallette Gardner III & Rose Martiok; 
12Apr67; DU68404. 

DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP; DE C-ODS- 
DIENST VOOR EEN WETENSCHAPPELIJKE 
EEUW (Christian Science: religion for 
a scientific age) Een lezing over 
de Christelijke Wetenschap door 
Gordon F. Campbell. 26 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. I80ct66. NM: Dutch 
translation. © Gordon F. Campbell; 
17Feb67; CI9262. 

DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP: HEERSCHAP- 
PIJ OVER HET ATOOM (Christian Science: 
Dominion over the atom) Een Lezing 
over de Christelijke Wetenschap door 
Jules Cern. 30 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 70ot63, Cl6o84 . NM: 
translation. © Jules Cern; 17Feb67; 
019223. 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BRINGS TRUE FREEDOM 
TO MANKIND. See 

LA CIENCIA CRISTIANA OFRECE LA VERDA- 
DERA LIBERTAD A LA HUMANIDAD. 

CHRISTIAN SCIfiNCE! DOMINION OVER THE 
ATOM. See 
DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP: HEER- 

SCHAPPIJ OVER HET ATOOM. 
DIE CHRISTLICH WISSENSCHAPT: DIE 

HERRSCHAFT UBER DAS ATOM. 
LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE ET LA MAITRISE 

DE L'ATOME. 

la scienza cristiana: dominic 
sull'atomo. 

christian science: its divine revela- 
tion and human application. see 
la ciencia cristiana: su revelacion 
divina y su aplicacion humana. 

Christian science; relicion 'f6^ a 

SCIENTIFIC AGE. See 

DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP: DE GODS- 

DIENST VOOR EEN WETENSCHAPPELIJKE 

EEUW. 
KRISTEH VETENSKAP: RELIGIONEN FOR EN 

VETEHSKAPLIG TIDSALDER. 

CHRISTINA OF THAILAND, a four act 
dramatic poetic play by Joseph 
Geraldi. 3d rev. l4o p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Green house, 
21Jan66, DU6l(831. NM: improvements 
& additions. © Joseph Geraldi; 
9Dec66; DU67527. 

DIE CHRISTLICH WISSENSCHAPT: DIE HERR- 
SCHAFT UBER DAS ATOM (Christian 
Science: Dominion over the atom) 
Vortrag uber die Christllche Wissen- 
schaft von Jules Cern. 32 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 70ct63, 016084. 
NM: translation. © Jules Cern; 
17Feb67; C19222. 



CHRISTMAS, by John B. Sarracino. 

Sheet. © John B. Sarracino; 10Apr67; 
C194>4. 

CHRISTMAS AT WIDOW STEPHENS; Christmas 
play for church and student group 
presentation by Ruby M. Enyart. 
New York, Carlton Press. 34 p. 
(A Geneva book) ® Ruby M. Enyart; 
19Dec66; A888425. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL, an opera in two 
acts; libretto by Robert Prother- 
ough, music by David Gray. London, 
Novello. 55 p. Libretto. © Novel- 
lo Co., Ltd.; 31Dec65; DFI880. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL, an opera in two 
acts by David Gray; libretto by 
Robert Protherough. London, Novello. 
155 p. After Charles Dickens. 
Vocal score. ® Novello & Co., Ltd.; 
30ot66; DFO-1516. 

CHRISTMAS EVE IN HEAVEN, by Eugene C. 

Warden. 2 1. A recitation script. 

© Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.; 11 Jan67 : 
019261. 



CHRISTMAS SONG, a one act musical; 
lyrics by Steve Brown, music by 
Clay Boland, Jr. 1 v. Based on 
The gift of the Magi, by 0. Henry. 
© Steve Brown & Clay Boland, Jr.; 
l4Apr67; DU68432. 

LE CID, by Corneille; edited by 
A. Donald Sellstrom. Englewood 
Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall. II6 p. 
(Prentice-Hall masterpieces of 
French literature series) 5 acts. 
French. NM: introd., notes & ques- 
tions. © Prentice -Hall, Inc.; 
17Mar67; A901397. 



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Jan. -June 



LA CIENCIA CRISTIANA OFRECE LA VERDA- 
DERA LIBERTAD A LA HUMANIDAB (Chris- 
tian Science brings true freedom to 
mankind) Conferencia sobre la Clen- 
cia Cristiana per Francis Wllliaiti 
Cousins. 22 1. Appl. states prev. 
pub. 22Sep6't. NM: translation. 
® Francis William Cousins; 17Feb67; 
C19221. 

LA CIENCIA CRISTIANA: SOLUCION DIVTNA 
PARA TODO PROBLEMA HUMANO; 'conferencia 
sobre la Ciencia Cristiana por Jules 
Cern. 22 1. © Jules Cern; 12May67; 
CI95IO. 

LA CIENCIA CRISTIANA: SU REVELACION 
DrVTNA Y SU APLICACION HUMANA 
(Christian Science: its divine 
revelation and human application) 
Conferencia sobre la Ciencia Cris- 
tiana por Jules Cern. 23 1. ® Jules 
Cern; 12May67; C19509. 

CIGARETTES, by Danny Davis, Julie Kay 
& Jackie Vernon. Sheet. A monologue. 
® Davliz Music Corp.; 26jan67; C19121. 

CINDERELLA, by James P. Polack & James 
Farmer. 4 1. A recording script. 
© Gables Music Co., Inc.; 9Jan67; 
CI9W2. 

THE CIRCLE, a play in one act by Henry 
Fabian, pseud, of Henry J. lancovlci. 
27 1. © Henry J. lancovlci; 31May67; 
DU68809. 

THE CIRCLE OF ABUSE, by Doyle Livingston. 

137 1. 3 acts. © Doyle Livingston; 

20Feb67; DU67858. 
CIRCUS, by Mary Brendle. 25 1. 

A play. © Mary Brendle; 15Jun67; 

DU68940 . 

CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: CIVIL 
DISOBEDIENCE. 
CLARENCE, CONTROL YOURSELF, a three 
act farce comedy by Frances Craze. 
110 1. © Frances Craze; 4May67; 
DU68635 . 
A CLASH OF TITANS, by Clifford G. 
Hoelscher. 23 1. A screenplay. 
® Clifford G. Hoelscher; 15May67; 
DU68697 . 
CLASSIC TEXT TAPES. See 

THE SCAFiLET LETTER. 
CLASSROOM RHYTHMS, scripts prepared for 
Classroom Materials by Lois Raebeck. 
Albums CMIO37, 1044, IO5O & lO&J . 
1 V. © Lois Raebeck; 28Mar67; 
019366- 

CLEO, OUR NEW BABY, an original story 

written 8: adapted for television by 

Mabel B. Mlcnael. 30 1. © Mabel B. 

Michael; 15Jun67; DU68972. 

CLIFFS, a film scenario by Jackson 
Modunk, pseud, of Lance Eastman. 
4 1. © Jackson Modunk; 23Feb67; 
DU67904 . 

CLIMATE OF EXCELLENCE, by Mildred 
Johnson. 22 1. © Mlldrefl Johnson; 
5Jan67; CI9II3. 

A CLOCKWORK ORANGE; screenplay by Terry 
Southern & Michael Cooper. 152 1. 
Based on the novel by Anthony Burgess. 
® Terry Southern; 17Apr67; DU68621. 

CLOTHES MAKE THE PIRATE; book, lyrics 4 
music by Mary L. Daniels, based on 
the novel by Holman Day. 2 v. 
A musical play In 2 acts. ® Mary 
Louise Daniels; 6Apr67; DU68323. 



THE CLOUDS, by Aristophanes & The pot 
of gold, by Plautus; two classical 
comedies translated & edited by 
Peter D. Arnott. New York, Apple- 
ton-Century-Crofts. 102 p. (Crofts 
classics) NM: Introd. , notes & 
bibliography. ©Meredith Pub. Co.; 
5Jun67; A920261. 

THE CLOUDY AND DARK DAY, a play in 
three acts by Crane Wilbur. 1 v. 
© Crane Wilbur; 24Apr67; DU68524 . 

THE CLOWN IN THREE RINGS, by Harmon S. 
Watson. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Harmon S. Watson; 28Mar67; 
DU68222. 

COCK AND BULL, a musical commentary 
by Christian Grey, pseud, of Francis 
Harklns, Mary Jean Parson & C. J. Kel- 
ley. 1 v. Based on the works of 
W. S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan. 
Book & lyrics only. NM: adaptation. 
© Christian Grey, C. J. Kelley & 
Mary Jean Parson; 5Jun67; DU68932. 



THE COCKTAIL HOUR. 
A DAISY CHAIN. 



See 



CODE NAME S. 
SKI PATROL. 



See 



COLD COMFORT, a play in two acts & 
five scenes by Clifford Fournler. 
126 1. © Clifford Fournler; 17Jan67; 
DU67656. 

THE COLOR IS GREEN, a play In three 
acts by Joseph Baldwin. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 25Jan50, DU23329. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Joseph 
B. Baldwin; 22May67; DU68764 . 

COME FLY WITH ME, by Malcolm Stuart 
Fellows; Introd. by Simon Phipps. 
London, S. French. 15 p. (French's 
acting edition) ® Samuel French, 
Ltd.; 30ct66; DFO-I5OI. 

COME SLOWLY, EDEN, a portrait of Emily 
Dickinson by Norman Rosten. New 
York, Dramatists Play Service. 6I p. 
£ parts. © Norman Rosten; 13Jun67; 
DP6403. 

COMEBACK. See 
JACKIE. 

COMEDIES II, by William Shakespeare; 
with biographical Illustrations h 
pictures ... together with introduc- 
tions by John Masefleld. The comedy 
of errors. The two gentlemeh of 
Verona, The taming of the shrew. 
Much ado about nothing. New York, 
Dodd, Mead. 33O p. (Great 
illustrated classics) © Dodd, Mead & 
Co., Inc.; lMar67; A901237. 

COMEDY MONOLOGUE, by Donald Foster, 
pseud, of Donald John Schultz. 
1 V. ® Donald John Schultz; 25Jan67; 
CI9173. 



THE COMEDY OF ERRORS. 
COMEDIES II. 



See 



CLOUDED QUESTIONS.. 
FACETS OF FAITH. 



See 



COMIC MONOLOGUES AND SKETCHES, VOLUME 
TWO, by Philip Hoffman. 1 v. 
12 sketches. ® Philip Hoffman, 
19Jun67; CI9623. 

THE COMING OF INTERNATIONAL MEGALOPOLIS 
URBAN GROWTH ACROSS THE CANADIAN- 
AMERICAN BORDER, by Maurice F. Parkins. 
91. An address. ® Maurice F. 
Parkins; 12Jan67; CI9170. 

COMMAND OP A NATION, a play In three 
acts by Helen M. Johnson. 132 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 28Nov66, 
DU5736O. NM: editorial revisions: 
p. 13-73, 77-132. © Helen M. Johnson; 
25Apr67; DU68538. 



it 



COMME AU THEATRE; piece en trols actes 
de Frederic Renaud, pseud.* de 
Francolse Poire. 157 1. © Frederic 
Renaud; 27Mar67; DU63734 . 

COMPAGNIA DELLE LUNE SPENTE. See 
TRILOGIA MONFERRINA: I GRILLI 

INTORNO alia CASA, la COMPAGNIA 
DELLE LUNE SPENTE & ARIA ALLE 
GIRANDOLE. 

THE COMPLETE CHRONICLE OF ABSOLUTELY 
PERFECT HOUSEKEEPING, by Sherman L. 
Sergei. 1 v. Recording scripts. 
© Namrah, Inc.; 12Apr67; C19410. 

COMPLETE COVERAGE, a radio skit by 
Peter L. Pfister. 9 1. ® Peter L. 
Pfister; 13Feb67; DP6305 . 

THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF WILLIAM CONGREVE; 
edited by Herbert Davis. London, 
University of Chicago Press. 503 p. 
(Curtain playwrights) NM: compila- 
tion, pref., Introd. & notes. © Uni- 
versity of Chicago; 27Jun67; AF25849. 

COMPOUND INTEREST, by William Maron. 
106 1. A screenplay. ©William 
Maron; 22May67; DU68770. 

THE COMPROMISE, a play in one act by 
David Seiffer. 5 1. © David A. 
Selffer; 28Mar67; DU682l4. 

THE COMPUTER CANDIDATE, by E. N. Zlnner. 
94 1. A play in 3 acts. ® Elmer N. ,i 
Zlnner; 22Jun67; DU69025 . i 

THE COMPUTER-CENTRALIZED SYSTEM OF 
SOCIAL SERVICES, by Wlllard Summers. 
1 V. © Wlllard Sumniers; 10Feb57; 
CI9402. 

CONCERT AT SAINT OVIDE, a parable in 
three acts by Antonio Buero Vallejo; 
translated from the Spanish by Farrls 
Anderson. II9 1. © Farrls F. An- 
derson; lMay67; DU68562. 
CONCERTO A ST. TROPEZ, de Franck 

Douster, pseud, of Rene Henri Pierre 
La Riviere. 114 1. A play in 2 
acts. ® Franck Douster; lMay67; 
DU68868. 

CONDITIONS OF SALE, a memory play in 
one act by Margherlta di Nlscemi 
(Margherita V. Nlscemi) 38 1. 
© Margherlta V. Nlscemi; 13Mar67; 
DU6809O . 

CONFETTI IN THE BATHTUB, a one act 
play & magic lantern show by Carolyn 
Osborn. 22 1. © Carolyn Osborn; 
10Feb67; DU678l4 . 
CONKUBIUM, by Franklin E. Walker. 
37 1. A screenplay in 29 scenes. 
•© Franklin E. Walker; 9Jan67; 
DU67752. 

THE CONSERVATOR, a play in three acts 
by Henry N. Beers. 132 1. © Henry 
N. Beers; 28Feb67; DU67938._ 

CONSOMMATION. See 
LE MINOTAURE. 

CONSUL TO OPEKI, a screenplay by Roberl 
C. Ford. 172 1. © Robert C. Ford; 
17May67; DU68719. 

THE CONTAINER, an East Side story. 

A screenplay by Henri deGroth, pseud. 

of Philip H. G. Garcy. 71 'l- 

© Henri deGroth; 12May67; DU68786. 

CONTE DE f6e SOIXANTE-SEPT; piece pour 
enfants en un acte et plusieures 
scenes de Hermine de Magnln. 8 1. , 
© Hermine de Magnln; 7Mar67; DU68l40.f 

CONTROLLING STORE SUPPLIES; recording 
script for S. S. Kresge Co. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 6 1. (People 
watchers, film no. 5) © S. S. 
Kresge Co.; lJun67; 019564. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



CONVENIENCE IS, THE LADY KENMORE 

WASHER-DRYER COMBINATION; recording 
script for Sears, Roebuck & Co. by 
Jam Handy Orgajiization. 9 1. 
® Sears, Roebuck & Co.; Ijun67; 
CI9558 . 

THE CONVENIENT MARRIAGE, a play by John 
Burrell. 1 v. 5 ^cts. © John 
Burrell; 29Mar67; DU68237. 



CONVENTION BELZEBIR. 
LE MINOTAURE. 



See 



CONVERSATIONS AT A CRUCIFIXION, by 
Gunner. 4l 1. A play. © Gary 
William Patrick Gunner: 2Jun67 ; 
DU6883I. 

THE CONVERT. See 
FACETS OF FAITH. 

COOPERATIVE HIGH SCHOOL-COLLEGE 

GUIDANCE CLINIC; project proposal. 
Authors & originators, Robert J. 
Donovan & Frederick E. Ellis. 1 v. . 
© Robert J. Donovan & Frederick 
Ellis; l3Jun67; C19641. 

COQ D'OR. See 
THE GOLDEN BIRD. 

THE CORNER STORE, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Florence Truesdell. 30 1. 
© Florence Truesdell; 20Mar67: 
DU68l(71. 

THE CORONATION OF POPPEA (L'incoron- 
azione de Poppea ) By Giovanni 
Francesco Busenello; set In music by 
Claudlo Monteverdi; English transla- 
tion by Joseph Kerman ^ Ugo Tessitore. 
hi p. 3 acts. Libretto. English 
4 Italian. NM: editorial revision. 
©Cambridge Records, Inc.; 21Peb67: 
DP6368. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED BLESSED SAINT GERMAIN; 
Nov. 27, 1965, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
12May67; C19472. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Nov. 25, I965, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 13 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 12May67; C19474. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LORD MAITREYA; Apr. 25, 
1965, Long Beach, Calif. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. I3 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 12May67: 
CI9463. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS; Apr. 18, 
1965, Long Beach, Calif. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. Ik 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 12Mav67 ; 
C19it67. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER SAINT GERMAIN; 
Apr. 19, 1965, Long Beach, Calif. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. I't 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 12May67; C19466. 

CORPJESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER SAINT GERMAIN; 
May 2t, I965, Santa Fe, N.M. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
12May67; 019462. 

COPJffiSPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY HERCULES; Sept. 16, 
1965, Shasta Sprints, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
15 1. ® Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
12May67; C19479. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Apr. 21 
1965, Long Beach, Calif. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 13 1. 
©Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 12May67; 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Sept. 26, 
1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
12May67; CI9475. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Nov. 28, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 16 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 12Mav67 ; 
CI9471. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED ANGEL ON WHOSE CROWN BLAZES 
THE WORD UNION; Apr. 23, I965 , Long 
Beach, Calif. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press. Inc.; 12Mav65 : 
C19468. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED SAINT GERMAIN; Sept. I9 
1955, Shasta Springs, Calif. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
23 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.: 
12May67j CI9476. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT COSMIC ANGEL ON WHOSE CROWN 
BLAZES THE WORD UNION: Aug. 12, 1965 
Shasta Springs, Calif. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 15 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 12May67; 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT COSMIC BEING, BELOVED ARCH- 
ANGEL MICHAEL; Aug. 13, 1965, Shasta 
Springs, Calif. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 9 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 12May65j CI9477. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT COSMIC BEING, THE BELOVED 
DIVINE DIRECTOR; Apr. 22, 1965, 
Long Beach, Calif. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 12Mav67: 
CI9469. 

CORRESPproiNG TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PEACE; Nov. 26, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 11 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 12Mav65 • 
CI9473. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED GODDESS OF JUSTICE; 
Sept. 18, 1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. 17 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 12May67; C19478. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY PRESENCE OF OUR BELOVED 
ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; Apr. 24, I965, 
Long Beach, Calif. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 12 1. 
©Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 12Mav67 ; 
C19464 . > > 1/ I , 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY OUR BELOVED DADDY; Apr. 20, I965, 
Long Beach, Calif. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. 14 1. 
® Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 12May67; 
C19465. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY OUR BELOVED DADDY; May 25, I965, 
Santa Fe, N.M. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 12May67; 
C19461. 



CORTEGE; oomedie en quatre acts de 
Marcel Ayme. 151 1. © Marcel Ayme; 
9Feb67; DU68261. 

THE COST OF ISOLATION, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Venson Caudill. 30 1. 
© Venson Caudill; 31Mar67; DU68251. 

THE COUMCIL, by Lou Givvin (Louis 
V. Givvin) 1 V. A play in 
2 scenes. 



DU68548. 



© Lou Givvin; 27Apr67; 



COUNTERPLOT; story 8: script by Ramon A. 
Estella. 67 1. A screenplay in 35 
sequences. © Ramon A. Estella; 
21Apr67; DU685O9. 



COUNTRY DOCTOR. 
EIN LANDARZT. 



See 



COUNTRY WIEE. See 

ALIVE IN A WICKED OLD WORLD. 

COURAGE OF REPENTANCE. See 
THE COURAGE TO REPENT. 

THE COURAGE PILLS, an original story 
written &' adapted for television by 
Louis Dentroux. 30 1. © Louis 
Dentroux; 23Feb67; DU67887. 

THE COURAGE TO REPENT (Courage of 
repentance) Words by Adam Clayton 
Powell. 2 1. © Bright Tunes Music 
Corp.; 14Feb67; CI9190. 

LA COURTE PAILLE; comedie-vaudeville 
en trols actes de Jean Meyer. 
1 V. © Jean Meyer; lMay67; DU68865 . 

THE COURTSHIP OF MARY TODD, by Harold 
L. Rand, pseud, of Harold L. Knop- 
man. 1 v. A screenplay in 3 acts'. 
© Harold L. Rand; 29May67; DU68800. 

COWBOYS, a play in one act by Stanley 
Seidman. 21 1. © Stanley Seidman; 
l8Apr67; DU68450. 

CRADLE ME, by Tad Crawford (John 
Alexander Crawford III) 36 1. 
A play. © John Alexander Craw- 
ford III; 3Jan67; DU67551. 

THE CRAPS CYCLE, a motion picture script 
by William G. McGarry. 117 1. 
© William G. McGarry; 30Jan67; 
DU6772I . 

CRAZY CHRISTMAS, a Christmas comedy with 
choir by Stanley J. Rowland, Jr. 
Chicago, Dramatic Fab. Co. 16 p. 
Book & lyrics only. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 22Sep66; DP6322. 

THE CRAZY MIXED UP HOTEL, by Johnny 
Bond. 2 1. Narration. © Red 
River Songs, Inc.; 23May67; CI9588. 

THE CREATED GOD, a drama in three acts 
written by Odell Mack. 87 1. 
© Alero Odell Mack; 25Apr67; DU68590. 

CREATIVE DANCE AMD ITS USE IN PSYCHO- 
THERAPY, a lecture by Llljan Espenak. 
12 1. © Liljan Espenak; 7Feb67 ; 
CI9181. 

CREON, a drama in two acts by Tom 
Erhard (Thomas A. Erhard) 73 1. 
© Thomas A. Erhard; 6Peb67; DU67792. 

THE CRIMSON GLORY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Myrtle Dove. 30 1. © Myrtle Dove; 
28Mar67; DU68233. 



CRISPUS ATTUCKS, by Alexander Pazandak. 
35 1. A screenplay. Includes music 
for 2 songs. © Alexander Pazandak; 
30Jun67; DU69076. 



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Jan.-June 



CRITIQUE OF LITTLE INDIANS, a musical 
play for middle grades by Pauline 
Jenison. l8 1. 6 scenes. © Pauline 
Elizabeth Jenison; 10Apr67; DU68357. 

THE CROCHETED CAT; book & lyrics by 
Hugh Pendexter III, music by Walter 
Kessel. 1 v. A play. . © Hugh 
Pendexter III & Walter E. Kessel, 
Jr.; 24Mar67; DU68lt55. 

CROOKED TO A FAULT, a comedy by Joseph 
Rosner. 1 v. 3 acts. © Joseph 
Rosner; l6Dec66; DU676J5. 

CROSS-EXAMINATION AT AUSCHWITZ. S6S 
THE "TRIAL OF DOCTOR DERING. 

THE CROSS OF SEESTER BADLOCK, a play in 
three acts by Kevin Costello, pseud, 
of Gerald McCann. 40 1. Includes 
lyrics to 1 song. © Gerald Aloysius 
McCann; 15Feb67; DU6785O. 

CROSSOVER, by Martin H. Ross. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Martin Ross; 
29Mar67; DU68256. 

A CROWD OF STARS, by Donald A. Bloch. 
IJi* 1. A play in 3 acts. © Donald 
A. Bloch; 10Jan67; DU67589. 

THE CROWDED COUCH, a comedy in two acts 
by Allan R. Mendelsohn. 1 v. 
© Allan R. Mendelsohn; 2Feb67; 
DU67780. 

THE CROWN AND THE CROSS, a one-act 
play for Good Friday by Ernest K. 
Emurian. 20 1. © Ernest Krikor 
Emurian; 2Mar67; DU68OI7. 

CROWN OF GLORY, a play in two scenes by 
Charles S. Levy. 27 1- © Charles 
S. Levy; llJan67; DU67596. 

CRUCIFIXION IN MODERNE, a play in one 
act by Jeanne Rochford (Mrs. Thomas 
Rochford) Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
34 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
24May65, DU63094 . ©Mrs. Thomas 
Rochford; 25Jan67; DP632O. 

THE CRUELTY OF INNOCENCE, a play In 
three acts by Helga Morpurgo. 
140 1. Appl. states prev. reg, 1963, 
DU576IO. NM: "complete rewrite." 
© Helga Vania Morpurgo; 26Apr67; 
DU68782. 

THE CRUSHED CHERRIES; author: Richard 
Hamilton. 72 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Richard J. Hamilton; 15Feb67; 
DU67829 . 

CRY, YOU'RE ON TRAGIC CAMERA, by 
Carol A. Glaser. 3 1. © Carol A. 
Glaser; 8Mar67; C192t7. 

THE CUBAN STORY, a play in two acts by 
John Hamilton. 126 1. © John M. 
Hamilton; l6Jan67; DU67613. 

THE CUCKOO BIRD EGGS, a comedy in 
three acts by Helen Obrlkat. 110 1. 
© Helen Obrlkat; 2Jun67; DU68830. 

CURLEY MCDIMPLE, a new musical spoof. 
Book by Mary Boylan & Robert Dahdah, 
lyrics Sc music by Robert Dahdah. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Robert Dahdah & 
Mary Boylan; 2May67; DU68750. 

THE CURSE OP THE LOST LEMON MINE, 
LEGEND, a one act play by Astrid 
Twardowski. 23 1. © Astrid 
Twardowski; 17Apr67; DU68594 . 

curses; FOILED AGAIN; or, The worm 
turns. By Robert L. Winters. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Robert L. Win- 
ters; 24May67; DU68762 . 

CURTAIN SHOP. See 

DIVISION 24 FILM - THE CURTAIN SHOP. 



THE CURVE OF THE WHEEL; book, music 
& lyrics by Edward John Hall. 1 v. 
A musical play in 3 acts. © Edward 
John Hall; l8Apr67; DU68446. 

CYRANO! A new musical; music by 
Raymond Liebau; book & lyrics by 
Douglas Rintell. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Based on Cyrano de Bergerac, by 
Edmund Rostand. © Raymond Liebau & 
Douglas Rintell; 6Mar67; DU67984 . 



CYRANO DE BERGERAC. 
CYRANO; 



See 



D 



D IS FOR DESTRUCTION, by Ken Jones 
(Kenneth W. Jones) 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Kenneth W. Jones; 
17 Apr 67; DU68445. 

DADDY, YOU SHOULD PRAY, by Homer W. 
Tlsdale & Delmar Quaekenbush. 
Sheet. © McCloud Music Publications; 
23Dec66; CI9176. 

A DAGGER FOR AESOP, by Maria Kout. 
35 1. A play in 4 acts. © Maria 
Kout; 13Jun67; DU68936. 

A DAISY CHAIN; three one act plays by 
Caleb Smith a.k.a. Jerry T. Chandler. 
1 V. Contents: At dawn.--A morning's 
work. --The cocktail hour. © Jerry T. 
Chandler; 19Jun67; DU68996. 

DAISY MILLER'-. See 
WHEN IN ROME. 

DAMES AT SEA; book & lyrics by George 
Halmsohn & Robin Miller, music by 
Jim Wise (James Wise) 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
23May66, DU65873. NM: addition & 
revision. © George Halmsohn, Robin 
Miller & James Wise; I4jun67; 
DU69038 . 

DANCE STEPS, DANCES, WITHOUT PARTNERS; 
spoken words as used on the recorded 
version by Harold H. LeCrone & Mary 
Jane LeCrone. Sheet. © Harold H. 
LeCrone & Mary Jane LeCrone; 27Mar67; 
C19364 . 

DANCING DAN'S CHRISTMAS, a one -hour, 
musical play for television by 
Dave Arnold (David H. Arnold), 
Dave Bell fDavid L. Bell) ,& Gene 
Cavanaugh (Eugene C. Cavanaugh) 
1 V. Adapted from the short story 
by Damon Runyon. © Showboat Co.; 
25Apr67; DU68600. 

DARING YOUNG MAN ON THE PLYING 
TRAPEZE. See 
PARI AND THE PRINCE. 

DARK CORNER, a play in two acts by 
Robert Benjamin. 76 1. © Robert A. 
Benjamin; 5Apr67; DU68319. 

THE DARK OF THE SUN, a one-act play by 
Mable Johnson. I6 1. ©Mabel 
Johnson; llApr67; DU68397. 

DARKNESS AND DAWN, an Easter program 
by E. Flo Collltt. Winona Lake, Ind., 
Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. I6 p. With 
music. ©Rodeheaver Co., 29Dec66; 
DP6278. 

DARLING, YOUR EYELASHES ARE FALSE, by 
Maria Zeherl. 101 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Maria Zeherl; 19Jun67; 
DU68999. 

DASH DASH ITl A one act play by William 
Kushner. 30 1. © William Kushner; 
24Feb67; DU679IO. 



THE DAUGHTERS OF LOT, a play in five 
scenes by Warren Kllewer. 63 1. 
©Warren Kllewer; 2Jun67; DU68927. 

DAVID IN DARKNESS, an original three 
act play by Franoine Trevens. I08 1. 
© Franclne L. Trevens; 22May67; 
DU68742. 

DAVra CAME TO THE GHETTO; lyrics by 

David Arkin, music by Waldemar Hllle. 
35 P- A musical play. © David 
Arkin & Waldemar Hllle; 28Apr67; 
DJ68557 . 

DAWN OF A NEW DAY; words by Adam 
Clayton Powell. 2 1. © Bright 
Tunes Music Corp.; liPeb67; CI919B. 

DAWN OF EDEN, a play In three acts by 
Joanna Cazden. 53 1. © Joanna 
Cazden; 20Feb67; DU67865. , 

DAY IN THE LIFE OF HENRY THE SECOND. 
See 
THE LION IN WINTER. 

A DAY IN THE NATIONAL PARKS AND OTHER 
BAND MAGIC HALFTIME SHOWS FOR BANDS, 
by I. E. Clark. 1 v. © I. E. 
Clark; 3Jan67; C19175. 

A DAY OF GRACE, s play in nine scenes 
by Charles Prink. 78 1. © Charles 
W. Frlnk; 22May67; DU68739.' 

DAY OP THE DEAD. See 
CUNS FOR JUAREZ. 

THE DAY THEY LET THE LIONS LOOSE, by 
Emillo Carballldo, translated by 
William I. Oliver. 45 1. A play. in 
3 acts. © William I. Oliver; 
2Feb67; DU68212. 

THE DAY TIMMIE TOFFER LEFT LEWISBURG, 
PA., by Orestes J. Dio Guard!. 
17 1. A screenplay. © Orestes 
Joseph Dlo Guard!; 24Apr67; DU6853I. 

DAY'S END, by Francis T. Field. 

117 1. A play in 3 acts. © Francis 
T. Field; l6jan67; DU67738. 

DE TROP, an original movie script by 
Vincent Coppola. 80 1. © Vincent 
Coppola; 17May67; DU68720. 

DEAD BROTHER'S SECRET. See 
THREE LADIES IN A BARROOM. 

DEAD END STREET MONOLOGUE, by Lou 
Rawls. Sheet. © Rawlou Music; 
5 Apr 67; CI9393. 

DEAD SEA CAPER; screenplay by lb 

Melchlor, Jack Balch & Joseph Green; 
original story by Jack Balch & Mel 
May. 173 1. © Mel May Productions, 
Inc.; 13Mar67; DU68095 . 

DEAD THIS DAY, NICHOL'S POINT, WHEELOCK 
KORASON, a play by Richard P. Netz- 
band. 89 1. ? acts. © Richard 
Peter Netzband; 12Apr67; DU6865O. 

DEAR ADDY, a three act farce by 
Priscilla Allen (Prlscilla Allen 
Zirker) 1 v. © Prlscilla A. 
Zirker; 10May67; DU68657. 

DEAR JOE; words & music by Charles N. 
fChuckJ Baker. Sheet. © Charles N. 
(Chuck) Baker; 20Mar67 ; CI938I. 

DEAR OLD IVY, a comedy in two acts by 
Michael J. Levin. 105 1. © Michael 
Jon Levin; 3Peb67; DU67968. 

DEATH, a lecture prepared for oral 
delivery by Guy C. Shearer. 
2 1. © Guy Cooper Shearer; 10Apr67; 
CI9384 . 



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DEATH AND THE DEVTL. 
THE LULU PLAYS. 



See 



DEATH CELL, by Crane Johnson. New 
York, Theatre Press. 8 p. © Crane 
Johnson; 10c t4 9; DP636't. 

DEATH ENDS DESIRE, a play in three 
acts by Bob Madden (Robert Madden) 
1 V. © Robert Madden; 3Mar67; 
DU68023. 

DEATH FROM WITHIN, a play In ten 
scenes by Frederic Lansing Day. 

1 V. © Frederic Lansing Day; 
7Jun67; DU68893. 

DEATH OF A SALESMAN, by Arthur Miller; 
text & criticism edited by Gerald 
Weales. New York, Viking Press. 
"126 p. (The Viking critical library) 

2 acts. Appl. author: Viking Press, 
Inc., employer for hire. © on introd.. 
Criticism and analogues, chronology; 
Viking Press, Inc.; 10May67; A9181I8. 

the; DEATH OF ANY MAN; words by Adam 
Clayton Powell & C. Sumner Stone. 

2 1. © Bright Tunes Music Corp.; 
l4Feb67; CI9188. 

THE DEATH OF GOD, a stage play to be 
done in two acts by Richard C. 
Martin. 55 1. © Richard C. Martin; 
6Mar67; DU68157. 

THE DEATH OF INNOCENT III, a comedy in 
one act by Robert D. Hires. 19 1. 
© Robert D. Hires; 21Jun67; DU69022. 

THE DEATH RAY, by Leon Freedom. 76 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Leon Freedom; 
2ltFeb67; DU67909. 

DEATH WAS A DRUMMER BOY, a musical 
drama in three acts by Robert Dean 
Deardorff. 86 1. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
Apr. 1961, DU59946. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Robert Dean Deardorff; 
13Dec66; DU675'^7. 

DEBIT AND CREDIT, a play in one ait by 
August Strindberg, translated from 
the Swedish by Arvid Paulson. 31 1. 
© Arvid Paulson; 31Jan67; DU67966. 

DECIBEL; comedie en 4 actes de Julien 
Bartet, pseud, de Maurice Vacher. 
1 V. © Maurice Vacher; 27Mar67; 
DU68737 . 

UNE DECOUVERTE QUI REPOND AUX BESOINS 
D ' AU JOUED • HUI (A discovery that 
meets the needs of today) Conference 
sur la Science Chr6tienne par 
Martin Broones. 26 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. CI8200. NM: translation. 
© Martin Broones; 12May67; CI9508. 

DEEP RIVER RISES, a play in two 
scenes by Sybil Kein, pseud, of 
Consuela M. Provost. 12 1. 
® Consuela M. Provost; 2May67; 
DU68566 . 

DEFEND YOURSELF WITH NICK LIBERTY, an 
instructional album of self-defense 
by Nick Liberty (Nicholas R. Liberty) 
37 1. A recording script. ® Nicholas 
R. Liberty; llJan67; C19376. 

A DELICATE BALANCE, a play by Edward 
Albee. New York, Atheneuin. 170 p. 

3 acts. © Edward Albee; llJNov66; 
DP6308. 

DEMETRIA, m LOVE, by D. N. Sutton. 
108 1. A play in 3 acts. © D. N. 
Sutton; l'(Mar67; DU681OO. 

DEN OF MERMAIDS, by Dorothy Pella. 
85 1. A play in 3 acts. © Dorothy 
Pella; 30Mar67; DU68240. 



DESCENDING THE THIRD STAIR, by 
Arnold Kottwitz. 39 1. A play 
ih. 7 scenes. © Arnold A. Kottwitz; 
10Apr67; DU68383. 

DESERT EMPIRE; screenplay by George 
Hope. 135 1. © George Hope; 
21Jun67; DU69018. 

DESERT RESCUE. Sheet. (The Fun 
factory, no. 9) A narration script. 
© Ultimus Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; 
CI9162. 

THE DESERTER, an original screenplay 
by Jack Ross & George Cuttingham. 
118 1. ® Jack Ross & George Cutting- 
ham; 23Mar67; DU68207 . 

DESIGNATION BLUE; screenplay by Bill 
Bowers (Willard Bowers) Based on a 
bad dream & taken from a story by 
Bill Bowers, Steve Fortmann (Stephen 
P. Fortmann) & Tee Guidotti. 53 1. 
© Willard Bowers, Tee Guidotti, 
Stephen P. Fortmann; 6Peb67; DU68608. 

THE DESK, by Richard Urdahl. 1 v. 
A play in 2 scenes. © Richard 
Urdahl; 12Apr67; DU68402. 

DETAILED DESIGN, IN DEPTH; recording 
script for the National Board of 
Young Men's Christian Associations 
by Jam Handy Organization. I3 1. 
© National Council of the YMCA 
(National Board of Young Men's 
Christian Assoc. ) ; lJun67; CI9556. 

DEUTSCHLAND, DEUTSCHLAHD, by Ortega 
St. John. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Ortega St. John; I4jun67; DU6895O. 

DEVELOPING A SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT, by 
Violet Priestley. 23 1. A filmstrip 
script. © Violet Priestley l.b.a. 
Library Filmstrip Center; 13Mar67; 
CI937I. 

THE DEVIL IN ANGEL'S SHOES, by Butler 
Sheldon. IO3 1. A screenplay. 
© Butler Sheldon; 17Jan67; DU67675. 



DEVILMAN, a television script by 

Val Topper, pseud, of Suzanne Gold- 
berg. Episode no.l. 28 1. 
® Suzanne Goldberg; 6jan67; DU67571. 

THE DEVIL'S BLOODY TRAIL, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by John Bielesch. 30 1. © John 
Bielesch; I4jun67; DU68956. 

THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE. See 
PYGMALION AND OTHER PLAYS. 

DEVOTIONAL DRAMAS FOR A MISSION WITNESS, 
by Sarah Walton Miller. Nashville, 
Broadman Press. 38 p. 7 short 
s'tits. © Broadman Press; 19Dec66; 
DP6273. 

DEVOTIONAL DRAMAS FOR EASTER, by Sarah 
Walton Miller. Nashville, Broadman 
Press. 31 p. 6 short skits. 
© Broadman Press; igDec66; DP6272. 

DIAL-A-PRAYER, by William Slevin. 
18 1. A screenplay. ® William R. 
Slevin; 31May67; DU68813. 

DIAL M FOR MURDER, by Frederick Knott. 
1 V. A TV script in 8 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 26May52, DU30942. 
NM: conversion from stage play to 
TV script. © Frederick fCnott; 
6Mar67; DU68036. 



DIALOGUES AND LITURGIES (Dialogues, 
liturgies, one liners and routines) 
By Gerald J. Rizzuto. 1 v. 
© Gerald John Rizzuto; 30Mar67; 
CI9390. 

DIALOGUES, LITURGIES, ONE LINERS AND 
ROUTINES. 

DIALOGUES AND LITURGIES. 

DID THE DEVIL SLIP? See 
THE BIG BORRASCA OF '72. 

DID YOU HAVE A HEAD START? A musical 
satire by Gloria White, pseud, of 
Gloria Dix. 1 v. 3 acts. © Gloria 
White; lMay67; DU6856I. 

DIDON SE SACRIFIANT. See 
FOUR RENAISSANCE TRAGEDIES. 

DIEU, ET NON LE HASARD (God, not 
chance) Conference sur la Science 
Chretienne de Norman B. Holmes. 
20 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 12Aug65, 
CI7904. NM: translation. ©Norman 
B. Holmes; 12May67; CI9507 . 



DIALOGOS DE LA HEREJIA. 
THE PILGRIM. 



See 



THE DIFFERENCE; shooting script for 
American Oil Co. by Wilding. 
Writer: Don B. Durlan. 22 1. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 27Mar67; CI9331. 

LE DIKTAT; ou. Feu la vleille Europe. 
Pi^ce en deux parties par Maurice 
Boerez. 1 v. ® Maurice Boerez; 
9Feb67; DU68262. 

THE DIRECTOR, by William Gates. 11 1. 
A play. © William Wesley Gates; 
27Mar67; DU68192. 

THE DIRTY DOVE, a play in three acts 
by Jean Riley. 1st draft. 1 v. 
© Jean Riley; 23Mar67; DU68359. 

DIRTY LITTLE HEART, an original 

screenplay by Belle Rosow. 122 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l8Jul66, 
DU66328. NM: additions & revisions. 
® Belle Rosow; 6Jun67; DU68925. 

DISASTER STRIKES THE HOME, a two-act 
comedy by Charles Dizenzo. Ill 1. 
© Charles J. Dizenzo; 13Peb67; 
DU67822. 

THE DISCOVERY, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Lida 
Nicholson. 3I 1. ® Lida Nicholson; 
20Mar67; DU683O5. 

THE DISCOVERY OF LITTLE AMERICA, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by John Jay Welter. 
30 1. © John Jay Welter; 23Feb67; 
DU67878. 

DISCOVERY THAT MEETS THE NEEDS OF 
TODAY. See 

UNE DECOUVERTE QUI REPOND AUX 
BESOINS D'AUJOURD'HUI. 

DISCUSSION OF TWO SYNDROMES CAUSING 
LEARNING AND BEHAVIORAL DIFFICULTIES 
IN SCHOOL FREQUENTLY LEADING TO 
HOSPITALIZATION, by Lily Popper. 
91. © Lily Popper; 3Feb67; CI915O. 

THE DISPLACED PERSON, by Cecil Dawkins 
adapted from stories by Flannery 
O'Connor. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
® Cecil Dawkins & Estate of Planner 
O'Conner; 3Mar67; DU67988. 

THE DISPUTE OVER THE OWNERSHIP OF 
ANTHONY BURNS, compiled & adapted 
from contemporary documents by 
Jon Katz (Jonathan Katz) - 1 v. 
© Jonathan Katz; l8Apr67; DU68593. 



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Jan.-June 



DISSERTATION ON THE RISE AND FALL OF 
BURLESQUE COMEDY. See 
ANATOMY OF BURLESQUE HUMOR. 

DISTANT WARS AND FAR OUT ESTIMATES,, by 
Albert Wohlstetter & Richard B. 
Ralney, Jr. 95 1. © Albert 
Wohlstetter S: Richard B. Ralney, Jr.; 
l6Feb67; C19210. 

THE DIVINE SARAHj by Basil Woon. 

1st rough draft. I v. A screenplay. 
© A. Morgan Maree, Jr. S: Bank of 
America National Trust & Savings 
Assn., executors of the Estate of 
David 0. Selznick; 27Mar67; DU68257 . 

THE DIVINE SARAH; screenplay by Ben 
Hecht. 209 1. © A. Morgan Maree, Jr. 
& Bank of America National Trust & 
Savings Assn., executors of the 
Estate of David 0. Selznlck; 30Mar67; 
DU68256 . 

DIVISION 24 FILM - THE CURTAIN SHOP, 
by Sears National Training. 9 1. 
Pilmstrip script. © Sears, Roebuck 
& Co.; 22May67; CI9635. 

DIVORCEE'S DATEBOOK, a guide for 
unattached wives, screenplay by 
David E. Durston. I36 1. Appl . 
author: Whitehall Pictures Corp., 
employer for hire. © Whitehall 
Pictures Corp.; 13Apr67; DU68483. 

DO IT YOURSELF, a farce for school 
children by David C. Pethybridge. 
London, S. French. 19 p. (French's 
acting edition) © Samuel French, 
Ltd.; llJul66; DFO-1499. 

DR. COOK'S GARnEN, a melodrama by 
Ira Levin. 1 v. 3 acts. © Ira 
Levin; 5Jun67; DU6893f^. 

DR. COY'S FIRST HUSBAND, a play in 
four acts by Floyd Hickok. Dj'l.- 
© Floyd Hickok; 24Hay67; DU6B75l. 

DR. KILGUT'S JOKE, a new comedy without 
a moral &/or connotations by Bernard 
W. Sznycer. 1 v. 3 acts. © Bernard 
W. Sznycer; 17Feb67; DU67841. 

DOCTOR MONEYCARE; comedy skit by Frank 
S. Dlonise. 9 1. A screenplay. 
© Frank S. Dionise; ^Maye?; DU68653. 

DOGGIE TALK; one-act play by Lillian 
Greneker. 6 1. © Lillian Greneker; 
23Jan67; DU57692. 

A DOLLAR'S WORTH OF INSPIRATION FOR 
FIFTY CENTS, an inspirational address 
composed by Herbert A. Schloss. 
51.® Herbert A. Schloss; 23Mar67; 
C19327. 
DON QUIXOTE DE LA MANCHA. See 
CAMACHO'S WEDDING. 

DONC P0UVE2-V0US DEVINER, AHl See 
AND WHAT DO YOU SUPPOSE? 

UNA DONNA UCCISA CON DOLCEZZA; opera in 
tre atti. Libretto di Roberto e Ida 
Hazon; musica dl Roberto 'Hazon. 
Milano, Casa Musicale Sonzogno dl 
P. Ostall. 52 p. Libretto. 
© Casa Musicale Sonzogno di Plero 
Ostall; 23Jan67; DFO-1542. 



DONNERSTAG . 
THURSDAY. 



See 



DON'T DILLY DALLY! The story of Marie 
Lloyd, a new musical; book by Cecil 
Madden & Jill Fenson, original lyrics 
& music by Jill Fenson, Miss Lloyd's 
songs by Geo. Le Brunn & others. 
117 1. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Cecil Charles Madden & Jill Fenson 
(Mrs. Keith Raspln); 2Dec66; DU67524 . 



DON'T MAKE A DOUBTFUL DEAL ELSEWHERE, 
WOULD IT MAKE YOU MAD? By Charles 
Getz. Recording scripts, continuity 
no. 1-15. t> Getz Advertising; 23Mar67; 
CI9326. 

DON'T RAIN ON MY CIRCUS, a play by Mike 
Major (Michael Joseph Major) 5I 1. 
Book & lyrics only. ©Michael 
Joseph Major; 27Deo66; DU67622. 

DON'T WORRY 'BOUT ME; words & music 
by Kenny Young. Sheet. © Kangaroo 
Music; lJun67; CI9607. 

DOROTHY AND THE FANTASTIC PLANET OF MOZ; 
book, music Sc lyrics by Laurie Wagman. 
A play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only 
© Laurie Wagman; 17Feb67; DU679't9. 

DOROTHY GOES HOME, a play by B. B. 
Binge, pseud, of Leo M. Herken. 
12 1. © Leo M. Herken; 17Mar67; 
DU68306 . 

DOS DRAMAS DE BUERO VALLEJO: AVENTURA 
EN LO GRIS & LAS PALABRAS EN LA 
ARENA; edited with an introd., notes 
S: exercises by Isabel Magana Schevill. 
New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts. 
259 p. Text in English & Spanish. 
NM: additions. ©Meredith Pub. Co.; 
9Feb67; A896164. 

DOSTOYEVSKY, POE & CO., snappy songs & 
patter, an evening's entertainment 
conceived, collected, adapted & drama- 
tized by Herbert Hartig. 1 v. Book 
only. ® Herbert Hartig; 25May57; 
DU68753. 



DOUBLE'. See 
THE SECOND MR. 



GULLEN. 



THE DOUBLE FLASHBACK; manuscript for 
a Time tunnel episode by Don G. 
Carpenter (Donald G. Carpenter) 1 v. 
© Don G. Carpenter; 15Feb67; DP5319. 

LA DOUBLE EELEHE; comMie en trois 
actes et un Epilogue inspiree 
d'Euripide d' Alexandre Arnoujc. 
Paris, Editions Albin Michel. 174 P- 
® Editions Albin Michel; lFeb67; 
DEC -15 37. 

DOUBLE LIFE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Olivia 
Sue Lambert. 3I . © Olivia Sue 
Lambert; 23Feb67; DU67885 . 

DOUBLE TAKE, by Joseph J. Ohneiser & 

Marc A. Mandelkorn. 23 1. A play 

in 2 acts. © Joseph J. Ohneiser & 

Marc A. Mandelkorn; l8Jan67; DU67661. 

DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS, by Sherwir. W. 
Howard. 24 1. A play. © Sherwin W. 
Howard; 13Peb67; DU67953. 

DtlACULA, a one act play in four scenes 
written & arranged by Marcel Mosse, 
based on a novel by Bram Stoker & 
1927 movie Terror of Dracula. 1 v. 
© Marcel George Mosse; l6Mar67; 
DU68O69. 

DRAGON, ho; Created & written by 
George Gladir & Clay Boland, Jr. 
1 V. A screenplay. © George 
Gladir Sc Clay Boland, Jr.; 30Jan67; 
DU677I9 • 

DRAGON, HOI Created & written by 
George Gladir & Clay Boland, Jr. 
Pilot script. 33 1. A screenplay 
with music. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: additions. ® Clay Boland, Jr. & 
George Gladir; 21Feb67; DU6787O. 

DRAMA. See 

WHEN MY POINKEY COMES MARCHING HOME, 
VOL.1, THE DRAMA. 



DRAMA, PRINCIPLES & PLAYS, edited & 
with an introd. by Theodore W. Hat- 
len. New York, Appleton-Century- 
Crofts. 522 p. NM: pref.. Part 
one, introductions to plays, arrange- 
ment. ©Meredith Pub. Co.; 24Apr67; 
A90931I. 

DRAMATIC LITERA-roRE. See 

PATTERNS OF LITERATURE, VOL.3. 

THE DREAM, a play In three scenes by 
D. Richard Hamilton, pseud, of John 
Torma. 24 1. © D. Richard Hamilton; 
15Feb67; DU67820. 

DREAM OF THE DORMOUSE, a pupperetta; 
book & lyrics by Mabel M. Curtis, 
music by Frances Roots Hadden. 17 1. 
6 scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© Mabel M. Curtis; 12Deo66; DU67534. 

DREISSIG JAHRE AUS DEM LEBEN FINES 
LUMPEN. See 
DER VERBANKUNG AUS DEM ZAUBERREICH. 

DRINKING SONG. See 
A KING IN ONE PLACE. 

DRUG, L.S.D. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
DRUG, L.S.D. 



THE 



DRUM, HAMMER AND CROSS, a one-act play 
by Vern Rossman. New York, Friend- 
ship Press. 32 p. © Friendship 
Press, Inc.; l6Feb67; DP6344 . 

DRUMS IN THE NIGHT. See 

JUNGLE OF CITIES AND OTHER PLAYS. 

THE DRUNKARD, by Ralph J. Herrod. 
21 1. A musical play in 10 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Ralph J. 
Herrod; 24Feb67; DU67940. 

DRUNKARD'S DREAM. See 

A TRIP ON THE HELL- BOUND TRAIN. 

THE DUEL, a play by Jack Dell from a 
novel by Anton Chekhov. 1 v. 3 acts. 
NM: revision. © Jack Holton Dell; 
8Peb67; DU67952. 

DUENA Y SENORA; comedia en tres aotos, 
original de Leandro Navarro (Leandro 
Navarro Benet) & Adolf o Torrado 
( Adolf o Torrado Estrada) 60 1. 
© Leandro Navarro; 3Apr67; DU68729. 



DUO, an address by Herbert A. Schloss. 
4 1. © Herbert A. Schloss; 27Dec66; 
CI9104 . 

DUST REMEMBERED ON A PASSING WIND, 
by Sydorick (Thomas Sydorick) 63 1. 
A screenplay in 12 scenes. © Thomas 
Sydorick; 27Mar67; DU68183. 

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, by Kaysons 

International. 7 1- (The Presidents 
speak) Recording script. © Kaysons 
International, Ltd.; 21Mar67; C19284. 



DYING TO ACT, a comedy-satire in three 
acts by J. F. Marsico & George 
De Rodio. 139 1. ® J- F- Marsico 
(Paul Francis) & George B& Rodio; 
5May67; DU68638. 



E AND ATA MALE. See 

TRILOGIA DI VOMINI E ANIMALI. 

THE EARTH IS STRANGLING! Original 

screenplay by Ira Teller. 1st draft. 
1 V. The story of Operation Strangle- 
hold. © Ira Teller; l4Feb67; 
DU67976. 



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EAHTH spirit. See 
THE LULU PLAYS. 

EAST OF THE SUN, by James Tompkins. 
23 1. A play. ® James Roy 
Tompkins III; 20Mar67; DU68295 . 

ECCO L'UOMO, by Frederick Olessl. 
1 V. A play. © Frederick Olessl; 
3Jan67; DU676l(;. 

L'ECHARDEj line acte de Francolse Sagan, 
pseud, de Francolse Quoirez . 4l 1. 
© Francolse Sagan; 29Dec66; DU67653. 

ECHO OF A SCREAM; or. Purple doom. 
Screenplay by George Cosmatos. 
147 1. © George P. Cosmatos; 
20Mar67; DU68126. 

ED CELL, a one-act comedy by 

C. R. Thomas. 14 1. ® Charles 
R. Thomas; lMay67; DU68581. 

EDGAR, a play about Edgar Allan Poe 
In the years that shaped and mis- 
shaped his life to the verge of 
greatness, by Ulrich Troubetzkoy. 
75 1. 3 acts. © Dorothy Ulrich 
Troubetzkoy; 8Jun67; DU68919. 

EDITH'S PLAY, by Arthur Giron (Arturo 
Glron) 1 V. 3 acts. ©Arturo 
Giron a.k.a. Arthur Giron; 19May57; 

THE EGGS WON'T MIX, by Allen Davis III. 
17 1. A play. © Allen Davis III; 
l8Apr67; DU68448. 

EIGHT COUHAGEOUS AMERICANS, from the 
distinguished television series 
Profiles in courage, produced by 
Robert Saudek Associates, inspired 
by Pulitzer prize winning book by 
John F. Kennedy. New York, Bantam 
Pathfinder Editions. 228 p. 
(Bantam Pathfinder edition, HP141) 
© Robert Saudek Associates, Inc.; 
27Sep65; A896368. 

ELEANOR, by Leila B. Bennison. 7 1. 
A play. © Leila B. Bennison; 
15Mar66; DU67782. 

ELECTRONIC INSTALLERS OF AMERICA, INC. 
PROVIDES WIDE SERVICES FOR THE 
COMMUNICATIONS IHDUSTRY; lecture by 
Frank Boyer & Jack L. Brady. 3 1. 
® Electronic Installers of America; 
l4Feb67; C19205. 
ELEGANCE IN ACTION, PONTIAC '67 (Short 
wheelbase styling) Recording script 
for Pontlac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 15 1. © Pontlac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
lJun67; C19552. 

ELEGY ON RYE, a play in 5 acts by Ben 
Bengal. 1 v. © Ben Bengal; 24Feb67; 
DU679II . 

ELEONOPJl DUSE; two acts by Mario 
Fratti. 96 1. © Mario Fratti; 
9Jun67; DU68908. 
THE ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT, a drama in 
three acts by Anne Azgapetian Heald. 
102 1 © Anne Azgapetian Heald; 
27Jun67; DU69051. 
THE ELF'S NUGGET, an original play for 
hand puppets; script, Helen Koemig, 
music 8c lyrics, Pam Csmnbell (Pamela 
P. Campbell) & Jane Gulick. 1 v. 
5 acts. ® Jxmlor League of Denver, 
Inc.; 12Nov65; DP6303. 
ELISABET. See 
THE WILD HEART. 

ELOCOQUENTE, de Georges Limbour. 
[Paris] Gallimard. I58 p. (Le 
Manteau d'arlequin) ©Editions 
Gallimard; 30Jan67; DFO-1524 . 



EMANCIPATOR. See 
A HOUSE DIVIDED. 
A HOUSE OF MOURNING. 

THE EMIGRANTS, a play by E. L. Robert- 
son. 103 1. 3 acts. © Earl 
Lawrence Robertson; 26jan67 ; 
DU67856. 

EMPEREUR DE CHINE. See 
THEATRE. 

THE EMPEROR OF THE MOON, an original 
one act play by J. A. Chrlstensen. 
26 1. © J. A. Chrlstensen; 7Feb67; 
DU67973 . 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES, by Bob 
Clark (Robert Clark) , J. Howard 
Gillen & Richard Pierce. 57 1. 
A screenplay in 33 scenes. © J. How- 
ard Gillen, Robert Clark & Richard 
Pierce; 23Jan67; DU67850. 

EMPRESS BROWN, a Vic torian cartoon in 
two dimensions & two acts by C. James 
Cook. 96 1. © c. James Cook: 
10Jan67; DU67588. 

EM PLEINE MER. See 
THEATRE . 
THE ENCHANTED CAPE, a comedy in one 
act by Clayton B. Worden. 23 1 
© Clayton B. Worden; 26jun67 ■ 
DU69043. ounvi , 

Brattin, words & music by Frances 
Bryan. 1 v. 2 acts. Adapted from 
Tales of the Alhambra, by Washing?™ 
Irving. © Jean Brattin & France! 
Bryan; 29May67; DU68931. 

THE ENCHANTED TAPESTRY, a musical 

fairy-tale m 3 acts. Book & lyrics 
by Barbara Zinn, music by Sherman 
Rothman. 1 v, © Barbara Zlnn & 
Sherman Rothman; l6peb67; DU67834 . 

ENCRUCIJADA PARA UNA MONJA, segun una 
idea de Jose Frade; argumento, gulon 
& dialogos de Victor Auz (Victor 
Auz Castro) et al. I32 1. Argumento 
clnematografico. © Izaro Films; 
9May67; DU68772. 

ENCYCLOPEDIAS: BASIC KNOWLEDGE, PART 1. 
By Violet Priestley. 9 1. Film- 
strip script. © Violet Priestley 
d.b.a. Library Filmstrip Center; 
17Mai;67; C19272. 



ENCYCLOPEDIAS: USAGE TECHNIQUES, PART 11 
By Violet Priestley. 9 1. Filmstrip ' 
script. © Violet Priestley d.b.a. 
Library Filmstrip Center; 17Mar67; 
CI9274 . ' I , 

END OF A WORLD. See 
DAS ENDE EINER WELT. 

THE END OF THE SEASON, by Randolph 
Winters. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© James J. Wilhelm a.k.a. Randolph 
Winters & Rene Winters; l8May67; 
DU68724. ' 

DAS ENDE EINER WELT; The end of a 
work; Oper in einem Akt von Wolf- 
gang Hildesheimer; Musik von Hans 
Werner Henze; English translation by 
Wesley Balk; vocal score von Heinz 
Moehn. Mainz, B. Schott's S'fihne. 
80 p. (Edition Scott 5673) 
Klavierauszug. NM: translation, 
music & vocal score. © B. Schott's 
Stthne; 20Dec65; DP6268. 



THE ENEMIES; script by Yael Vered . 
29 1. A play. © Yael R. Vered; 
21Apr67; DU68506. 



ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE, a play in two 
acts with two movie prologues by 
Yacov Davidon; translated from the 
Hebrew by Jacob Savin. 59 1. 
© Yacov Davidon S: Jacob Savin- 
9Dec66; DU67549. 

ENFANCE, QUAND TU NOUS TIENS; piece en 
un acte de Theo Scortzesco. 1 v. 
© Theo Scortzesco; 6Mar67; DU67998. 

ENTHUSIAST. See 
ISODORUS . 

ENTREZ DANS LAS DANSE; operette en deux 
actes & six tableaux d apres 
I'oeuvre de Marion Vandal; livret de 
Albert Willemetz & Robert Manuel; 
musique de Guy La Farge. Paris, 
Editions Joubert. 1 v. Libretto. 
© Editions Joubert; 200ct66; DFO-1496. 

ENVIRONMENTAL CRITERIA AND RELATED SIZE 
AND GROWTH IN CAPTIVITY OP ALLIGATOR 
MISSISSIPIENSIS AND CAIMAN SCLEROPS, 
by Jerome F. Neren. 1 v. © Jerome 
F. Neren; 24Apr67; C19411. 

ERIC AND THE DANCE, a ballet for 

children from 3 to 10 years of age; 
story & music by Grace Thompson. 
1 v. 2 scenes. ® Grace Claire 
Thompson; l6Mar67; DU68923. 



ERIS (The night people) 
Lee H. Falk. 72 1. 
22Mar67; DU68159. 



New play by 
Lee H. Falk: 



DIE ERMITTLUMG, Oratorium in 11 

Gesangen, von Peter Weiss. [Frank- 
furt am Main] Suhrkamp Verlag. 
209 p. © Suhrkamp Verlag; 60ct65; 
APO-50211. 

ERMITTLUNG. See 
THE INVESTIGATION. 

ESCUADRA HACIA LA MUERTE; drama en 
dos partes por Alfonso Sastre, 
edited by Anthony M. Pasquariello. 
New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts. 
135 p. English & Spanish. 
©Meredith Pub. Co.; 9Feb67 ; A8g8736. 

DES ESELS SCHATTEN; Komodie in sechs 
Blldern von Richard Strauss. Nach 
Chrlstoph Martin Wlelands Roman, 
Die Abderiten von Hans Adler; ein- 
gerlchtet von P. Stephan Schaller. 
Instrumentiert rnd erganzt von Karl 
Haussner, Klavierauszug V'.n Karl 
Haussner. London, Boosey & Hawkes. 
52 p. Klavierauszug. NM: musical 
setting & piano reduction. ©Boosey 
& Hawkes Music Publishers, Ltd.; 
l4Feb67; DFO-I517. 

ESSENCE OF MURDER. See 
ESSENCE(S) OF LIFE. 

ESSENCE(S) OF LIFE, by Thomas Joseph 
Quirk. 29 1. A play in 2 acts 
adapted for television from Essence 
of murder, written by Henry Klinger. 
© Thomas Joseph Quirk; 27Dec66; 
DU67548. 

EST-CE QUE LES VEAUX FONT DES MANIERES' 
See 
MAMAN J'AI PEUR. 

THE ETERNAL FLAME, a dialogue by Glen 
W. Atterbury. 2 1. © Glen W. 
Atterbury; 26jun67; C19649. 

ETHICS AND UNMARRIED SEX, MORALS 
RE-EXAMINED, by Joseph Fletcher. 
16 1. © Carolina Population Center, 
University of North Carolina; 23Jan67; 

ETUDE, a comic act in one scene by 
Robert Howard. 24 1. © Robert 
Paul Howard; 9Jan67; DU67749. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



EUPHORASj by David J. Kennedy. 1 v. 
A play In 5 acts. © David Kennedy; 
itMay67; DU68628. 

AN EVENING IN ATHENS, a new play in 
three acts by Henry Denker. 1 v. 
© Henry Denker; 28Mar67; DU68226. 

AN EVENING OF VOLTAIRE; two one act 
plays freely adapted by Hy Kraft; 
The Scotch woman, Nanine. 1 v. 
Dramatization & adaptation from the 
French original. © Hy Kraft; 
8Dec66; DU67532. 

EVENING PRAYER; words Sc music by W. T. 
Bigelow. 2 sheets. © Flomar Music, 
Inc. & Dzona Music, Inc.; 28Apr67; 

cig^iS. 

EVENING WITH WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS. 
See 

ONE MAN, LIKE A CITY: AN EVENING WITH 
WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS. 

EVER-EVER LAND, a play in one act 
by Rosemarie Gueroio. t3 1- 
© Rosemarie Guerclo; 28Apr67; 
DU6892't . 

EVERY WHXCHWAY, created & written by 
Ronald Alexander 5: Peter Van Sllnger- 
land. 1 V. A screenplay in 2 acts. 
© Ronald Alexander & Peter Van 
Sllngerland; 15Feb67; DU67827. 

EVERYWHERE A KISS KISS, a comedy In 
three acts by John Heller & Martin 
Stone. 1 V. © John Heller & Martin 
Stone; 6jan67; DU67573. 

EV'RY SKIRT, a comedy by Lloyd Graham 
& Irving Strouse. 1 v. 5 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. IJuneU, 
DU6033I. NM: revision. © Lloyd 
Graham Sc Irving Strouse; 28jun67; 
DU69O6O. 

EXCERPT FROM ADDRESS AT ECONOMIC SEM- 
INAR, by Ruth E. Bell. Sheet. 
Apol. ti.: RX insurance. © Ruth 
Estella Bell; £OApr67; Cig'tO'i . 

EXES, a comedy by Robert Summers. 
56 1. 2 acts. © Robert Summers; 
25May67; DU68777. 

THE EXILED, a play in three acts by 
Stephen Hotchner. 80 1 © Stephen 
Hotchner; 27Feb67; DU6/915-. 

EXIT, THE, a one-act play by Allan 
Bates. 61.® Allan C. Bates; 
15Hov66; DP6313. 

EXPENSE ACCOUNT'. See 
SOIffiBODY IfflOCKS. 

THE EXPLOITS OF BARON MUNCHAUSEN, a 
picaresque musical play in two acts, 
book Sc lyrics by Martin Meyers. 
1 v. Book & lyrics only. © Martin 
Meyers; 8Feb67; DU67799. 

THE EXPLORER, by James Clayton, pseud. 
of James E. Harrison, Jr. 24 1. 
A play. © James E. Harrison, Jr.; 
6Dec66; DU67530. 

EXPLORING MUSIC READING. See 

INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC READING & 
EXPLORING MUSIC READING. 

THE EXQUISITE DIAMONDS AFFAIR, an 

original story virltten & adapted for 
television by Ann Kennedy. 50 1. 
© Ann Kennedy; 23Feb67; DU67896- 

EYE OF T?!E WIND, by Vere Geary (Vere 
Geary Rublno) 114- 1. A screenplay. 
© Vere Geary Rubino; 17Apr67; 
DU68435. 



F TROOP: THE HEKAWIS RISE AGAIN; 
written by John Dillon, pseud, of 
John J. Fuery. 36 1. A screenplay 
in 2 acts. © John Joseph Fuery; 
17Mar67; DU681II. 

A FABLE, a three-act play by Ralph 
Scholl. 120 1. NM: additions. 
© Ralph Scholl; 10Feb67; DU67813. 

FACETS OF FAITH; dramatic discussion 
starters for group meetings. New 
York, Friendship Press. 48 p. 
Contents: The convert, by Myra 
Scovel. --Hunger is the enemy, by 
Margaret L. D. Hatch. — They speak 
peace, by Gwen Suttie. --Clouded 
questions, by William I. Elliott. 
© Friendship Press, Inc.; 21Feb67; 
DP6385 . 

FACTS ABOUT MISINTERPRETATIONS, by 
Carroll Hamilton Richards. 12 1. 
© Carroll Hamilton Richards; £9Jun67 ; 
CI9655. 

FADE IN AND FADE OUT, a play by Jean 
Pierre Frankenhuls. 26 1. © Jean 
Pierre Frankenhuls; 4Apr57; DU68316. 

FADE-OUT, a play in one act by Jacqueline 
Gibler. 18 1. © Jacqueline Gibler; 
9Mar67; DP6340. 

FAIR COMPETITION IN THE I968 OLYMPICS; 
speech by David Fretz. 2 1. 
© David L. Fretz; 29Dec66; C19199. 

THE FAIRY QUEEN; English opera. Drama 
adapted from A midsummer night's 
dream by Shakespeare music by Henry 
Purcell, edited by Anthony Lewis. 
London, Novello. I69 p. Vocal score. 
NM: additions & revisions. ©Novello 
& Co., Ltd.; 30Dec66; DFO-1512. 

FAIRY TAILS CAN TURN BLUE. See 
WriORESCENTS . 

THE FAIRY WITCHMOTHER; episode to be 
submitted to television series Be- 
witched, written by Judith Laurene 
Bonds. 52 1. © Judith Laurene 
Bonds; 27Feb67; DU679l8. 

A FALLEN EAGLE, by H. N. Taddeo. 
142 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© H. N. Taddeo; 10Jan67; 
DU67759. 

FALLEN WILLOW LEAF, a musical play by 
Olive Sherertz Lanham. 49 1- 
3 acts. Book & lyrics only. ® Olive 
Sherertz Lanham; ljun67; DU6878I. 

FALSE ALARM-BABY, by Harold Janke. 
1 V. 3 acts. With music & lyrics. 
© Harold Janke; 3May67; DP6382. 

FAMILY ALBUM; recording script. 

91. © Dow Corning Corp.; I6jan67; 
CI9382 . 

FAMILY DP-AMA, by Leon Forem. 90 1. 
A play in 4 acts. © Leon Forem; 
7Apr57; DU68378. 

FAMOUS FIRST AMERICANS, radio series 1 
by August Daniel Gabriel & Travis 
Jones. 3 1. © August Daniel Gabriel 
Sc Travis Jones; 15Jun67; C19624 . 

THE FANATIC, a play in one act by 

R. David Drucker. 12 1. © R. David 
Drucker; 10May67; DU68659. 

A FAR CRY, by Ken Fitch (Kenneth W. 
Fitch, Jr.) 10 1. A play. © Ken 
Fitch; 28Feb67; DU67935 . 



FAR ROCKAWAY, by Frank D. Gilroy. 
1 V. A play in 13 scenes. © Frank 
D. Gilroy; 3May67; DU68572. 

FAR, THE STEADY DRUMMER, a play by Tom 
Garvey (Thomas W. Garvey) 1 v. 
© Thomas W. Garvey; 12Jan67; 
DU67758. 

FABEWELL MY SHINING STAR, a moving 

tribute to cur late President, John F. 
Kennedy written by Spencer Preston. 
71. © Spencer Preston; 29Mar67; 
CI9360. 

FABEWELL TO GREATNESS: A three act 
drama based on the Life and loves of 
Dean Jonathan Swift, by Paul Vincent 
Carroll. Dixon, Calif., Proscenium 
Press. 55 p. (The Lost play series, 
no. 3) © Paul Vincent Carroll; 
15Dec66; DP6296. 
FARRAGO OF ILLUSIONS; comedic-melodrama 
by Jerry L. Evans, pseud, of Laurence 
S. Liebson, 1 v. 3 acts. © Jerry L. 
Evans; 8jun67; DU68874 . 

FATAL CURIOSITY, by George Lillo; 
edited by William H. McBurney. 
Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press. 
69 p. (Regents restoration drama 
series) 3 acts. NM: introd., 
2 appendixes & copious text. 
© University of Nebraska Press; 
31Jan67 (i" notice: 1966); A893783. 

A FATE AWAITS TIM, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Dick Wegrzyn (Richard Wegrzyn) 
51 1. © Richard Wegrzyn; 23Feb67; 
DU67884 . 

FATHER KNOWS BEST? A play in three 
acts by Branson Satterthwaite. 
1 V. © Branson Satterthwaite; 
23Jun67; DU69029. 

FATHER, WHERE SHALL I WORK TODAY? See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: FA- 
THER, WHERE SHALL I WORK TODAY? 

THE FAVORITE, a one act play by 
Samuel L. Williams. 1 v. Samuel 
L. Williams; 3May67; DU68571. 

FEAR, by Crane Johnson. New York, 
Theatre Press. 12 p. © Crane 
Johnson; 10ct52; DP6363. 

FEAR IN THE FOREST, by Dorothy M". 
Mackln. 68 1. A play in 4 acts. 
Based on Arrant knave, by Steele 
MacKaye. © Dorothy Maokin; 22May67; 
DU68765. 

FEAR KNOCKED AT THE DOOR; words by 
Adam Clayton Powell. Sheet. 
© Bright Tunes Music Corp.; l4Feb67; 
CI9195. 

A FEATHER DRESS FOR FLOPITY, a play 
in three acts by Thelma Lantry. 
27 1. © Thelma Lantry; 20Apr67; 
DU68580. 

FEATHERS FOR FATHER, a comedy in three 
acts by James Vickers Scott. 146 1. 
3 acts. © James Vickers Scott; 
6Feb67; DU67793. 

A FELLA FOR LISA, a musical play in two 
acts. Book, Ann K. Glasner; music, 
Betty Aster; lyrics. Marge Lark. 
1 V. © Ann K. Glasner, Betty Aster 
& Marge Lark; 25Apr67; DU68756. 

FEMMES SAVANTES. See 
THE LEARNED LADIES. 

THE FESTIVAL, a Christmas musical by 
James Hoggard & Bob Voss (Robert W. 
Voss); additional musical credit, 
Valjean Johns' Beyond a dream. 
1 V. A screenplay. © James Hoggard 
& Robert W. Voss; 30Mar67; DU68243. 



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1967 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



15 



FEU LA VIEILLE EUROPE. 
LE DIKTAT. 



See 



A FEW OF THE USUAL NUDES, a play without 
intermission by Robert T. Cessna; 
lyrics by Robert Cessna, Joseph 
Sendry & Jim Everlng. 61 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Robert T. Cessna; 
27Feb67; DU67923. 

A FEW SKITS AND SONQ ABOUT THINGS RIGHT 
AND WRONG WITH THE WORLD, THE CHURCH 
AND YOU, by Richard Wilson. 1 v. 
Book 8c lyrics only. © Richard Wil- 
son; lJan65; DP6401. 

A FIFE FOR JAMEY, a play for children 
in two acts by Ralph Rosinbum. 1 v. 
© Ralph R. Rosinbum; 27Mar67; 
DU68191. 

FIGURE OP A MAN FALLING, a play In 1 
act by Joseph Guzzettl, Jr. I3 1. 
©Joseph Guzzettl, Jr.; 20Mar67; 
->U68292 . 



FIN DE SEMANA EN TELEVISION; script 
para teatro, radio, cine y television 
per Jose Antonio Gutierrez Cabrera. 

8 1. ® Jose Antonio Gutierrez 
Cabrera; 7Apr67; C19427. 

FIN NESS AND THE UNSC ALEABLES , by 
Jane Susan Frackman. Episode 1; 
The great sponge robbery; or. Let 
your old man do all the work. 
1 V. A play in k scenes. © Jane 
Susan Frackman; 15Mar67; DU68l54 . 

FINDING A TRUE LOVE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mrs. Harold Mayo. 31 1. © Mrs. Har- 
old Mayo; 31Mar67; DU68253. 

LA FINE MOUCHE; comedle burlesque en 3 
tableaux de Rene Wels. g't !■ 
© Rene We is; 27Mar67; DU687'58. 

FINGER PLAY, VOL. 1 & 2; 2 scripts pre- 
pared for Classroom Materials by 
Lois Raebeck. 1 v. ® Lois Raebeok; 
28Mar67; CI9568. 

FINN MCGOUL AND THE CUHULLIN, by Dana 
Brookins & Elizabeth Wold. 18 1. 
A musical play In 2 scenes. Adapted 
from an Irish folk tale.' Bock & 
lyrics only. © Dana Brookins & 
Elizabeth Wold; 17Mar67; DU68075 . 

FINNEGAH'S LAST STAND, by Jay Stuart 
S: Gene Mack (Eugene B. Mack) 
55 1. A play. © Eugene B. Mack & 
Jay Stuart; &7Feb67; DU68082. 

FINNEY, shooting script by Bill Hare 
(William M. Hare) 35 1, © William 
M. Hare; 8Mar67; DU68056. 

FIRE AT HALF-MOON BAY, by Alice Bliss. 
53 1. A play in 3 acts. © Alice 
Wltherspoon Bliss; 5May67; DU68575. 

THE FIRE IN THE FLINT SHOWS NOT TILL 
IT BE STRUCK, by Alfred Rothschild. 

9 1. ©Alfred Rothschild; 12 Jun67 : 
CI9598. 

FIRE-SAFE BY TEST; shooting script pre- 
pared for Underwriters' Laboratories. 
Writer: Don Durlan. 29 1. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 27Mar67; C19342. 

THE FIREBRAND, a play in one act by 
Paul Bennett. 11 1. © Paul Bennett; 
27Jun67; Du6g053. 

FIRST DAY OF FREEDOM. See 
THE POLISH THEATRE OF LEON 

KRUCZKOWSKI AND TWO OF HIS PLAYS: 
THE GERMANS AND THE FIRST DAY OF 
FREEDOM. 



THE FIRST DAY OF MAY, an operetta in 
seven scenes; book, lyrics & music 
by Norma E. Leary. Jamestown, Pa., 
Victor Press. 35 p. © Norma E. 
Leary; l6Mar67; DP6367. 



FIRST LADY AND THE DEVIOUS KNIGHT, a 
three act play by Delbert P. Nave. 
117 1. ©Delbert P. Nave; 29Jun67; 
DU6907t . 



FIRST PART OF HIERONIMO. 
THE SPANISH COMEDY. 



See 



FIRST PLAYS, by George Gott. How to 
make a sandwich, and others. 1 v. 
© George Gott; 9May67; DU686't7. 

FIRST TO SEE THE LIGHTS GO ON, a 
Gothic comedy in one act by Owen 
Campbell, pseud, of James B. Campbell. 
1 V. © James B. Campbell; 30Mar67; 
DU68242. 

THE FIRST WARNING, a comedy in one act 
by August Strindberg, translated from 
the Swedish by Arvld Paulson. 20 1 
© Arvid Paulson; 31Jan67; DU67967. 

FIRST WOMAN MEMBER OF THE NEW YORK 
STOCK EXCHANGE. See 
WALL STREET WOMAN. 

THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE; or. The 
magic fish. Children's operetta in 
two acts & nine scenes, based upon 
Grimm's fairy tale, with original 
dialogue & music by Mary E. Uchltel. 

1 V. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 12May66; DU6583O. NM: additions. 
© Mary E. Uchitel; 9Feb67; DU67805 . 

A FISHERMAN CALLED PETER, an opera by 
Richard Owen, text derived in part 
from the Bible. 1 v. 2 scenes. 
Piano-vocal score. Appl. states prev 
reg. 27Sep65, DU64253. NM: reduction 
for piano & voice. © Richard Owen; 
30Decb6 (in notice: I965); DP6377. 

FIVE AFTER FIVE, a new comedy by Carolyn 
Green (Carolyn Green Scott) 1 v. 

2 acts. © Carolyn Green Scott 
a.k.a. Carolyn Green; 8May67; DU686't2. 

THE 580 CONSTRUCTION KING; recording 
script for J. I. Case Co. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 27 1. © J. I. 
Case Co.; lJun67; CI9559. 

FIVE EVENINGS, by Aleksandr Volodin; 
translated & adapted by Ariadne 
Nicolaeff. Minneapolis, University 
of Minnesota Press. 101 p. (Min- 
nesota drama editions, no, 3) © Uni- 
versity of Minnesota; 280ct55; 
DP6310. 
FIVE EVENINGS, by Aleksandr Volodin; 
translated & adapted by Ariadne 
Nicolaeff. Minneapolis, University 
of Minnesota Press. 101 p. (Min- 
nesota drama editions, no. 3) 5 
scenes. Contents: About the play- 
wright, by Ariadne Nicolaeff. — A small 
door to Soviet dramaturgy, by Harold 
Clurman. --The play. © University of 
Minnesota; 280ct66; A90Bk8'i . 

FIXED POINT OVERFLOW, a play in three 
acts by Robert L. Dearborn. 60 1. 
© Robert L. Dearborn; 19Jun67; 
DU68992 . 

THE FIX-ITS, by Mary Kriram & Lilian 
Bolt. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Mary Krlmm & Lilian Bolt; 
30Jan67; DU6796I. 
FLAME, a one-act play by Shaunee 

Laurence (Shaunee Laurence Broudy) 

23 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 

l8Jun6i(; DU60492. NM: revision. 

© Shaunee Laurence Broudy; llAnr67: 

DU68396. 



FLIGHT WITH GLORY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Edith Daugherty. 30 1. © Edith 
Daugherty; 23Feb67; DU6789't . 

FLOOD. See 
FOUR PLAYS. 

FLOOD WATERS AND INDIANS, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Ferr* Farrls. 3I 1. 
© Fern Farrls; 23Feb67; DU6788I. 

FLOWERS FOR YOU, an evening of memories 
by Ron Whyte (Ronald Melville Whyte) 
66 1. © Ronald Melville Whyte: 
17 Apr 67; Du684it3. 

FLY AWAY HOME, a drama by Ruth Jones, 
pseud, of Nancy P. Jones. 106 1. 
3 acts. © Nancy P. Jones (Mrs. Samuel 
Jones); 26Jan67; DU67712. 

A PLY ON THE WALL, by Buddy Jisl 
(Vincent Jisl) 25 1. A play. 
© Vincent Jisl; 17May67; DU68714 . 

THE FLYTING MATCH, a one act play by 
Jan M. Dyroff . 26 1. © Jan Michael 
Dyroff; 13Feb67; DU67994 . 

FOG TOWN; or. The lust of Leonard 
Lechingleer. The first topless 
musical-comedy-melodrama In the 
history of the earth by David 
Davenport, pseud, of David Davenport 
Korfhage S: Roger Victor. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 10Jul64, 
DU6o6l|-5. NM: additions & revisions. 
© David Davenport Korfhage & Roger K. 
Victor (pseud.: Garrison Shade); 
15May67; DU68696. 

FOLIE A DEUX, a folly in one act by 
Edward Portnoy. 27 1. © Edward 
Portnoy; 19May67; DU68728. 

FOLIES BERGERE 1668; ou, Les amants 
magniflques. Festa teatrale in un 
atto, da Mollere per soli, coro e 
orchestra, da Renato Parodi. [Italy] 
Rlcordl. 78 p. Testo in francese. 
Canto e pianoforte. © G. Rlcordl & 
°-j„S-P-A.; 27Jun66 (in notice: I963); 
DFI075 . 

FOLLIES BURLESQUE 67, by Sol Richman. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Sol Richman; 
l4Feb67; DU67947. 

THE FOLIXJWER, an original screenplay 
by Donald Hughes. 100 1. '© Donald 
Hughes; 6Mar67; DP6383. 

FOLLOWING THE LEADER, PARTS I AMD II; 
recording script for Pontlac Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
19 1. © Pontlac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; lJun67; 
CI9555 . 

FOLLY COVE, by Ruth Rehrer Wolff. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Ruth 
Rehrer Wolff; 20Apr67; DU685OI. 

FOOLS OF TIME, by Robinson Stockham, 
pseud, of Linda T. Stockham. 
35 1. A play in 5 acts. © Linda J. 
Stockham; 19Jun67; DU69OOI. 

FOR BETTER OR FOR WORST. See 

THE two-for-one; 

FOR BUSINESS COUPLES ONLY, a three act 
comedy by Stan Pauell. 1 v. 
© Stan Papell; 8jun67; DU68871. 

FOR WHOM THE BELLE TOLD; or. The moose 
hangs high. By Lee Gallup (Lee 
Gallup Feldman) & Gary Wayne, pseud, 
of Gary Wayne Giem. 1 v. 2 acts 
® Lje Gallup & Gary Wayne; 15Mar67: 
DU68104 . ' 



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Jan.-Ju 



FOR YOUK DINING PLEASURE, MENUS OF 
RESTAURANTS OF NEW YORK, by Ethel 
Paige. Sheet. Lecture. ©Amer- 
icana International Enterprises Sc 
Ethel Paige; 15Mar67; CI9318. 



FOREVER FREE; folk-drama interpretation 
of Negro history written ... by 
Dick (Richard G.) S: Mitzi Barnes. 
12 1. A narration script. © Richard 
G. Barnes; £OApr67; C19424. 

THE FOREVER GLUE, a three act play 
for marionettes or hand puppets by 
Rose Marie Provencher. 15 1. 
© Rose Marie N. Provencher; 12Jun57; 
DU68912 . 

FORGET ME, FORGET ME NOT, by Louise 
Morgan, pseud, of Louise Stiernberg. 
1 V. ® Louise Morgan; 31Jan67; 
CI92IO. 

FOUR ACES. See 

MEDALS ARE FOR LOSERS. 

FOUR PLAYS, by Gunter Grass. Flood; 
Mister, mister; Only ten minutes to 
Buffalo; The wicked cooks. Intro- 
duction by Martin Esslin. 1st ed. 
New York, Harcourt, Brace & World. 
289 p. (A Helen and Kurt Wolff book) 
© on introd.; Martin Esslin; 22Mar67; 
A900763. 

FOUR PLAYS, by Gunter Grass. Flood; 
Mister, mister; Only ten minutes to 
Buffalo; The wicked cooks. Intro 
duction by Martin Esslin. Trans- 
lators: Ralph Manheim & A. Leslie 
Wilson. 1st ed. New York, Harcourt, 
Brace S: World. 289 p. (A Helen and 
Kurt Wolff book) © Harcourt, Brace 
& World, Inc. & Martin Seeker & 
Warburg, Ltd.; 22Mar67; A90076I* . 

FOUR RENAISSANCE TRAGEDIES. Jephte ou 
le voeu, by George Buchanan; Abraham 
sacrifiant, by Theodore de Beze; 
Didon se sacrifiant, by Etienne Jc- 
delle; Saul le furleux, by Jean de 
la Taille. With an introd. 8c glos- 
sary by Donald Stone, Jr. 1966. 
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University 
Press. 1 V. © President & Fellows 
of Harvard College; l6Mar66; A91284lt . 

FOUR SHORT PLAYS, by Jerome Kass. 
New York, Dramatists Play Service. 
81 p. Contents: Princess Rebecca 
Birnbaum. — Make like a dog. — 
Suburban tragedy. — Yoimg raarrieds at 
play. Appl. states prev. reg. 
1963 & 1964 as unpub. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Jerome Kass; 
27Mar67; DPfijSl- 

FOUR START BUT FIVE GO TO CALIFORNIA, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Floyd A. Blanton. 
50 1. © Floyd A. Blanton; 25Feb67; 
DU6789I. 

FOUR WAY SPLIT, an original .screenplay 
by Richard E. Brooks. 117 1. 
© Richard E. Brooks; 6Mar67; DU683't6. 

FOUR'S A CROWD, a new comedy by Will 
Schneider (Maurice Schneider; and 
Joe Feinstein (Joseph Feinstein) 
105 1. 3 acts. ©Maurice Schneider 
& Joseph Feinstein; 7Mar67; DU68037. 

140I AUTOCODER AND S/36O COBOL PROGRAM- 
MING, INSTRUCTOR ' S MANUAL, by Jerry 
Lamar Holder. 1 v. © Jerry Lamar 
Holder; 28 Jun67 ; CI9653. 

FRACKKtlMODIE, von Fritz Schwiefert; 
Musik von Peter Kreuder; in der 
Einriohtiing von Walter Bruno Iltz. 
Berlin, Edition Meisel. 2 v. 
© Edition Meisel & Co., G.M.B.H.; 
13May59; DFI887. 



FRANKIE BABY, a play in one act by 
Allan Knee. 34 1. © Allan Knee; 
21Deo66; DU6773I. 

PFIANKLIN PIERCE, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 6 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; C19314. 

FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 7 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script, © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; 019286. 

FREAK SHOW, by Crane Johnson. New 
York, Theatre Press. 1 v. © Crane 
Johnson; 10ct55; DP6294 . 

FREDERICK DOUGLASS THE LION, by Rita 
Ingrled Kotto. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts with music. Book & lyrics only. 
© Yaphet Frederick S. Kotto S: Rita I. 
Kotto; 19May67; DU68849. 

FRED'S TWENTY. See 

TAX MAN, BANK, FEED'S TWENTY, IN- 
LAWS, MAMA MIA, OFFICE. 

FRED'S TWENTY, TAX MAN, BANK; pool of 3 
60-sec. radio commercials by Tatham- 
Laird & Kudner. 3 1. © Duncan 
Foods Co., division of the Coca- 
Cola Co.; 13Jun67; CI96II. 

FREEDOM TRAIN, a play in three acts 
by Carla Eugster. 1 v. © Carla 
Eugster; 7Mar67; DU68046. 

FRERE JACQUE, a musical comedy by Joe 
Disraeli, pseud, of Gerard Singer. 

1 V. 2 acts. © Gerard Singer; 
17May67; DU68722. 

FRIEDEN-EINE INDIVIDUELLE VERANT- 
WORTUNG (Peace is individual) Ein 
Vortrag uber die Christliche Wissen- 
schaft von Roy J. Linnig. 24 1. 
NM: translation. © Roy J. Linnig; 
15Mar67; CI9323. 

A FRIEND INDEED, a comedy by William 
Douglas Home. London, S. French. 
73 p. (French's acting edition) 

2 acts. © William Douglas Home; 
250ct56; DFO-I505. 

A FRIENDLY VISIT TO HURT STREET, by 
James J. Wilhelm. 1 v. A play in 

3 acts. © James Jerome Wilhelm 
a.k.a. Rene Winters; 8Dec65; DU67531. 

PROM AN UPPER WINDOW, a comedy in 

three acts by Sally Owen (Sara Owen) 

1 V. © Sally Owen; 20Feb67; 
DU67859 . 

FROM DISTANT ROOMS, a memory of Jean 
Cocteau adapted by T. Dianne Anderson 
& Mark Mason. JO 1. A play. 
© T. Dianne Anderson & Mark Mason; 
6jun67; DU68843. 

PROM FREEDOM TO F-R-E-E-D-O-M, written 
by Myrna A. Dixon. 15 P . 5 episodes. 
© Myrna A. Dixon; 13Apr67; DU68420. 

FROM THE CRADLE TO THE BOAT. See 
UP YOUR ASS. 

FROM UNDERNEATH, a one-act play by 
Walter Lon Lakes. 35 1- © Walter 
Lon Eakes; 20Feb67; DU67866. 

FRONT RUNNER; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 9 1. ® Olds- 
mobile Division, General Motors Corp.; 
lJun67; CI9567. 

FRONTIER GUNS, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
Ben Thompson, pseud, of Jackson E. 
Phillips. 29 1. © Jackson E. 
Phillips; 20Mar67; DU683O2. 



THE FRONTIER STORY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Susie H. Boggs. 30 1. © Susie H. 
Boggs; 8jun67; DU68877. 

FROZEN DEEP. See 

UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MR. CHARLES 
DICKENS, HIS PRODUCTION OF THE 
FROZEN DEEP. 

THE FRUIT OP THE OTHER TREE, by 
Richard Maxwell. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Richard" Maxwell; 5Jan67; 
DU67566. 

FRUITS OF THE WAYWARD PATH, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Earl R. Bale. 52 1. © Earl R. 
Bale; 8jun67; DU68878. 

FULL CIRCLE; or, Summerhouse in the 
garden. An original 3 act stage 
play by Hugh Donnelly. 79 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as So red the 
dawn, 15Jun62, nU55604 . NM: addition 
& revision. © Hugh Donnelly; 
27Mar67; DU68255. 

PUN FACTORY. See 
BEHIND THE VEIL. 
THE BIG STORY. 
DESERT RESCUE. 
GATE CRASHER. 
A HELPING HAND. 
HIGH SPIRITS. 
MAIL ORDER FAMILY. 
POOR RISK. 

PRESS ON REGARDLESS. 
THE REPORTERS. 
ROOMMATES . 
A SUNDAY MORNING. 
THAT'S MY WIFE. 
TICKETS PLEASE. 
THE WILD WEST. 

FUNERAL DANCE FOR A CLOUDY NIGHT IN 
APRIL, a new play by John A. Topa. 
65 1. © John A. Topa; 20Jan67; 
DU67564 . 



FUNERAL MARCH FOR A ONE-MAN BAND, a 
play in one act by Ron Whyte (Ronald 
Melville Whyte); lyrics. Bob Satuloff 
(Robert Satuloff); music, Jim Rogers. 
26 1. Book & lyrics only. Notations 
found after a nervous breakdown ^ 
death. © Ronald Melville Whyte; 
9May67; DU68769 , 

FURIA EN LA NOCHE (Ftiry in the night) 
por Edwardo Medina. 82 1. A screen- 
play. © Edwardo Medina; 27Feb67; 
DU68079. 

FURY IN THE NIGHT. See 
FURIA EN LA NOCHE. 

FUZZY BUTTON RADIO PROMOTION, by 
Jon Byk. Sheet. © Jon Franklin 
Byk; 22May67; C19589. 



G 



THE G MAN, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Elizabeth 
Rives. 30 1. © Elizatoeth Rives; 
l4Jun67; DU68952. 

GAIL GALAXIE, SPACE LADY, sample 
script by Lawrence J. Greenbei-g. 
36 1. © Lawrence J. Greenberg; 
9Mar67; DU58o63. 

GALACTIC PATROL; first draft screenplay 
by Raphael David Blau. 112 1. From 
the novel by E. E. Doc Smith. Appl. 
author: Mawra Enterprises, Inc., em- 
ployer for hire. © Mawra Enterprises, 
Inc.; 5Jun57; DU68933. 



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GALLANT MEN; stories of the American 
adventure by H. Paul Jeffers, told 
by Everett McKlnley Dirksen. 1 v. 
Appl. author; M. A. Mangum Productions, 
Inc., employer for hire of H. Paul 
Jeffers. NM: compilation. © M. A. 
Mangujn Productions, Inc.; £8Dec66; 
CI9138. 

GALOIS, a subjective guide to some 
political activity in five acts by 
Terence M. Cannon. 159 !• © Terence 
M. Cannon; lOFebfi?; DU678I5 . 

A GAME OF CHANCE PLAYED IN THE RAIN, 
a musical comedy written by Michael 
Caret, produced by Daniel Nemzer, 
music by James Downum & others. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Michael Steven 
Caret & Daniel Edward Nemzer; 
26May67; DU68788. 

THE GAMES, a two-act play by Adele 
Edling. 68 1. © Adele Edling; 
9Jan67; DU67751. 

GAMMA COHERENT EQUALS ENERGY OVER 
INFINITY, an original screenplay by 
James A. Haught. 63 1. © James A. 
Haught, Jr.; 6Apr67; DU68325 . 

GAMMER GURTON, a rollicking new musi- 
cal comedy for the young at heart; 
book & lyrics by Hurd Wiese (Hurd- 
man H. Wiese), musical score by 
Gilbert Warner. 52 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Hurd Wiese; 
30Jan67; DU68366. 

GATE CPJISHER. 2 1. (The Fun factory, 
no. 15) A narration script. 
© Ultimus Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; 
CI9166. 

GEMMASIFIRCHTN; FUnf kurze "Micke 
von Georg Orgel, pseud, von Hans 
Ungar. [Vienna] Universal Edition. 
92 p. © Universal Edition, A.G.; 
28Dec66; DFO-1555- 

THE GENERALS' TEA PARTY; adapted by 
Howard Sohoenfeld a.k.a. Samuel 
Sohoenfeld from Simon Watson Taylor's 
translation of Boris Vian ' s play of 
the same name. 1 v. © Howard Sohoen- 
feld; 2Jun67; DU68926. 



THE GENERATION GAP. 20 1 . A television 
script. © Hartwest Television, 
Inc.; 5May67; 019443. 

genesis: GENESIS! A dramatic enter- 
tainment with song & dance by 

Camilla Wright, pseud, of Martha 

Millet Carl in. 210 1. From The 

good book show. Book & lyrics only. 

© Martha Millet Garlin; 30Jan&7; 
DU67756. 

THE GENIUSES, a drama in four acts by 
Bettina Brendel. 36 1. © Bettina 
Brendel; l6Mar67; DU68lOg . 

THE GENTLEMAN GUN-SLINGER AND THE 
FAIR-HAIRED KID, by Irving Vendig. 
27 1. A play. © Irving Vendig 
Associates, Inc.; 10Apr67; DU68384 . 

GEORGE WASHINGTON. 8 1. (The presi- 
dents speak) Recording script. 
© Kaysons International, Ltd.; 
25Jan67; CI913I. 

GERMANS . See 

THE POLISH THEATRE OF LEON 

KRUCZKOHSKI AND TWO OP HIS FLAYS r 
THE GERMANS AND THE FIRST DAY OF 
FREEDOM . 

GET SMART, a full length play adapted 
by Christopher Sergei from the series 
originally created by Mel Brooks & 
Buck Henry. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. 
Co. 86 p. 2 acts. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 30Jan67; DP6589. 



GET THAT VOTE! A musical play in two 
acts for Junior high or high school 
presentation; book & music written 
by Lowell Sanford, pseud, of Sanford 
Kaye & E. Lowell Rogers. 1 v. 
© Sanford Kaye & E. Lowell Rogers; 
13Apr67; DU686I5. 

GETTING ATTENTION, a comedy sketch by 
George Hoffman, hi. © George 
Hoffman; 6Feb67; DU67765. 

THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS, by William L. 
Lederer. 81 1. A play in 2 acts. 
® William L. Lederer; 26jun67; 
DU69039. 

GHOSTS INC., a dramatic motion picture 
script by Frederick H. Stein. 256 1. 
© Frederick H. Stein; lFeb67; 
DU67772. 

THE GIFT OF SUNDAY; 81 minute teleplay 
written in fictitious, philosophical 
humor by Bordena McKenzie. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Bordena McKenzie; 9Mar67; 
DP6328. 

THE GIFT OF THE MAGI, an opera in one 
act based on a short story by 
0. Henry, adaptation & lyri.-s by 
David Morton & Rich Kuller, music 
by David Morton. 1 v. © David 
Morton; 17Apr67; m68kkk . 

GIGGLES AN' GAGS OFF BROADWAY, by 
August Guardino & Louis Guardino. 
6 1. Monolog. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 22Mar63, CI5669. NM: additions. 
© August Guardino & Louis Guardino- 
15Mar67; C19317. 

GIGOLO, by Gregory Rozakis. 62 1. 
A play in 2 acts. ® Gregory 
Rozakis; 19May67; DU68702. 



GILGAMESH, by Wallace Johnson. 

79 1. A play in 2 parts. © Wallace 
H. Johnson; I4jun67; DU68947 . 

GINGERBREAD JOHN, by Elsa Rael. 
Pilot script: The adventures of 
the gingerbread boy. 35 1. A tele- 
vision script with music. Book & 
lyrics only. © Elsa Rael; 24Feb67: 
DU68084 . ' I > 

LA GIOCONDA; opera in four acts. Music 
by Ainilcare Ponchielli; libretto by 
Tobia Gorrio, pseud, of Arrigo Boito; 
English version by Walter Ducloux. 
New York, F. Colombo. 48 p. (Col- 
lection of opera libretti, NY2513) 
Based on a play by Victor Hugo. 
Italian-English texts. Libretto. 
©Franco Colombo, Inc.; 19Sep65; 
DP6279. 
THE GIRL FROM MAXIM'S; farce by Georges 
FeydeaUj translation by John Van 
Meter. 1 v. 3 acts. Includes 
lyrics & music to 4 songs. © John 
Van Meter; 24Apr67; DP638I. 

A GIRL IN SUMMER; screenplay by 
William Kinsolving. 1 v. Appl. 
author: Edwin Productions, Inc., 
employer for hire. ® Edwin Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; 28Apr67; DU68553. 

THE GIRL IN THE ASTRONAUT SUIT, a play 
in three acts by Regina Adler. 
154 1. A screenplay. © Regina 
Adler; 9 Jan 67; DU67580. 



GIRL SHY, an original screen play 
by Robert Ground. 51 1. © Robert 
Ground; 6jan67; DU67572. 

THE GIRL THAT LOVED JESUS, by Lawrence 
Roberts. Sheet. ® Herman Lubinsky 
d.b.a. Planemar Music Co.; l6jun67; 
CI9614. 



A GIRLFRIEND IS A GIRLFRIEND IS A GIRL- 
FRIEND IS A GIRLFRIEND, a documentary 
musical based on the lifelong friend- 
ship of Alice B. Toklas & Gertrude 
Stein, by Enrica Soma & Peter Menegas. 
1 V. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Enrica Soma & Peter Menegas; 
27Feb67; DU6793O. 

A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND, an oriainal 
musical comedy, book & lyrics by 
Bernard Matthew, pseud, of Bernard 
Matthew Ginsberg. I08 1. 2 acts. 
Based on a book by Bernard Matthew & 
Ralph Berton. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Bernard 
Matthew Ginsberg a.k.a. Bernard 
Matthew; 28Mar67; DU68210. 

THE GIRLS BOARDING SCHOOL, original 
screenplay by Nicholas Cosentino. 
53 1. © Nicholas Cosentino; 28Mar67; 
DU68465. 

A GIRL'S MISTAKE, by Clara Louise 
Jackson. 57 1. A screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 9Mar60, 
DU50694. NM: revisions. © Clara 
Louise Jackson; 27Jun67; DU69052. 

GIVE ME YOUR BENT, TORN AND MUTILATED, 
an anti-IBM missal in two acts by 
D. Stein. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Daniel A. Stein; lMar67; DU68159. 

GIVEAWAY. See 

THE KID FROM TERRE HAUTE. 

GLADIOLA THE LIBRAHIAN; or. Life in 
cell block XIII. Comedy skit by 
Frank S. Dionise. 5 1. A screenplay. 
© Frank S. Dionise; 4May67; DU6863O. 

GLASS GIRL, by Merle Chianese. 34 1. 
A Dlay. ® Merle Chianese; 9Jan67; 
DU'67582. 

GLEANERS OF WEEDS, a choric play in one 
act by Francis Craddock. 15 1. 
© Francis Dallas Craddock III; 
l8Apr67; DU68617. 

LA GLORIETTA PASS, by Lynn B. Kohner. 
1^ 1. A play. NM: longer version. 
© Lynn B. Kohner; 23Mar67; DU68168. 

GLUCOSE. See 

TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO. 2. 

THE GNADIGES FRAULEIN, a play in one 
act by Tennessee Williams. New 
York, Dramatists Play Service. 
37 p. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Two Rivers Enterprises, Inc.; 
7Mar67; DP6332. 

GO DOWN SUNSHINE, a play in three acts 
by Clare C. Woock. 1 v. ® Clare C. 
Woock; 28Feb67; DU67937 . 

GO GO RADIO MOSCOW, by Edward Labunskl 
& Harold Dreeben. 2 1. A recording 
script. © Last Resort Music Corp.; 
23Mar67; C19359. 

GOD ALMIGHTY, a play in two acts by 
Tony Webster. 1 v. © Tony Webster; 
10Apr67; DU68393- 

GOD, NOT CHANCE. See 
DIEU, ET NON LE HASARD. 

GOD, THE GREAT PHYSICIAN, a lecture on 
Christian Science by Paul Stark 
Seeley. 1 v. Text in Thai; title 
& author transliterated. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 2Sep64, CI7052. 
NM: translation. © Paul Stark 
Seeley; 20Feb67; C19216. 

GOD'S COUNTRY, by Alice Jensen Walker. 
1 v. A musical play in 4 acts. 
© Alice Jensen Walker; 3Jan67; 
DU67557. 



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Jan.-June 



GOD'S HEALING LAW: WHERE IT IS AND HOW 
IT WORKS, a lecture on Christian 
Science by Paul Stark Seeley. 26 1. 
Arabic. Appl. states prev. reg. 
15Sep66, CI8825. NM: translation. 
© Paul Stark Seeley; 15May67; 
CI9583. 

GOD'S POVIER AT HAND. See 

GUDS MAKT AR ALLTID Fc3r HANDEN. 
IMMANENCE DU POUVOIR DIVIN. 

COIN HOME, by Bobb Nelms (Bobby Wayne 
Nelms) 35 1. A play. ® Bobb 
Nelms; 10Apr67; DU68385 . 

GOING FOR THE GOOD TIMES, a comedy of 
errors by William Hanley. 1 v. 
2 acts. © William Hanley; l5May67; 
DU68705 . 

GOLD SUITS THE KING, an adaptation of 
a well known fairytale; book & 
lyrics by Richard M. Heller, music 
by Donald Sandberg, 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Richard Moffett Heller; 21Jun67; 
DU69015 . 

THE GOLDEN BIRD, a children's play with 
music by Lois Dean, based on Rimsky- 
Korsakoff's opera Le coq d'or. 
1 V. 5 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Golden cockerell. ® Lois 
Von Haupt Dean (Mrs. Henry H. Dean); 
19Jun67; DU69036. 

THE GOLDEN BREED, a one-act farce by 
Barry Keane. 46 1. ® Barry 
Keane; 23Feb67; DU68086. 

GOLDEN COCKERELL. See 

THE GOLDEN BIRD. 
GOLDEN MEMORY, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 

Mrs. Willie B. Melvin. JO 1. 

© Mrs. Willie B. Melvin; 8jun67; 

DU68882. 

THE GOLDEN VANITY, a vaudeville for 
boys & piano by Colin Graham; set 
to music by Benjamin Britten, op. 78. 
London, Faber Music. 22 p. After 
the old English ballad. Libretto. 
© Faber Music, Ltd.; 29May67; 
DFO-1546. 

THE GOLDEN VANITY; anecdotes of an 
enterprise beyond the Rockies by 
Lance Bird & John Michael Crowley. 
120 1. A screenplay In 50 sequences. 
© Wabash Films, Inc., Lance Bird & 
John Michael Crowley; 5Jan67; 
DU67565. 

eOOD BOOK SHOW. See 
genesis: GENESIS! 

GOOD DEED FOR THE DAY: comedy skit by 
Frank S. Dionise. 8 1. A screenplay. 
© Frank S. Dionise; 4May67; DU68632. 

A GOOD IDEA, by Claude George Cazanave. 
60 1. A play in 3 acts. © Claude 
George Cazanave & Mary Cazanave; 
27D6c66; DU67625. 

GOOD MORNING, MR. BELL! A musical play 
by David Morley. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© David Morley; 5Jun67; DU68855 . 

GOODBYE, GEORGE! A drama in three acts 
by Harold Sherman. 1 v. ® Harold 
Sherman; 6Feb67; DU68065 . 

GOODBYE TO APRIL; original screenplay 
by Warren J. Berry. I67 1. ® Warren 
J. Berry; 19Dec66; DU67538. 

GOODWIN CLAIMS SHE WAS UNLOVED. 

Sheet. © McLendon Corp.; l6May67; 
CI9526. 



GORGEOUS TEEVEE, a play in one act by 
George Hoffman. 5 1. © George 
Hoffman; 6Feb67; DU67768. 



GRAMPS VERNON, by Danny Davis, Julie 
Kay & Jackie Vernon. Sheet. A 
monologue. © Davllz Music Corp.; 
26jan67; CI9116. 

GRAND CANYON. See 

THE SYMPHONY OF THE GRAND CANYON. 

THE GRATE SOCIETY, by Marvin Lerner. 
136 1. © Marvin Lerner; 2Feb67; 
DU6768I. 

GRAVITY; introduction for lesson on 
gravity by Mrs. Clinton Senders. 
3 1. © Mrs. Clinton Senf^ers; 4May67; 
CI9439. 

THE GRAY GOBLIN, a musical fantasy for 
children by Dorothy M. Floyd. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Dorothy M. Floyd; 
30Jan67; DU67723. 

THE GREAT OUTDOORS, by John G. Samson. 
7 1. A narration script. © John G. 
Samson; 6jun67; CI9613. 

THE GREAT SECRET, a three-act play 
by John Jay Daly. 1 v. © John Jay 
Daly; 21Feb67; DU67869. 

GREAT SPONGE ROBBERY. See 

PIN NESS AND THE UNSCALEABLES . 

GREAT TWEED, by Ronald A. Garbin. 

1 V. A play in 12 scenes. © Ronald 
Alexander Garbin; 10Apr67; DU68389. 

GREEN BAGS, WHITE LINEN, a one-act 
play by Herbert D. Greggs . 27 1. 
© Herbert D. Greggs; 7Mar67; 
DU68042. 



GREEN IS THE LAUREL LEAF, a play in one 
act by Marvin 0. Ogle. 16 1. 
© Marvin 0. Ogle; 9May67; DU68649. 

GREEN STAMPS, a satire in two acts; 
book & lyrics by Edward Irving 
Campbell. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Edward Irving Campbell; '(May67; 
DU6873O. 

GRIDS FOR SCORING VISUAL FIELDS, by 
Ben Esterman (Benjamin Esterman) 
1 V. © Benjamin Esterman; 21Feb57; 
CI9233. 

I GRILLI INTORNO ALLA CASA. See 
TRILOGIA MONFERRINA: I GRILLI 
INTORNO ALLA CASA, LA COMPAGNIA 
DELLE LUNE SPENTE & ARIA ALLE 
GIRANDOLE. 

GROSS PROFIT, by Sears National 

Training. 1 v. Filrastrlp script. 
© Sears, Roebuck & Co . ; 22May67; 
CI9634 . 

OHOVER CLEVELAND, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 6 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. ® Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9295. 

GROW WITH ME, a play in two acts by 
Robert Relnhold, pseud, of Robert 
Rein, & Howard Greenberger. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert Rein 
& Howard Greenberger; 19Apr67; 
DU68466. 

GUARD THE PIANO PLAYER; screenplay by 
Vincente Morrone . 107 1. © Vincente 
Morrone; 30Mar67; DU68241. 

THE GUARDIAN ANGEL, a script written by 
Greta Kennedy, pseud, of Mrs. Elke 
Sanchez. 11 1. © Greta Kennedy; 
l6Mar67; DU68108. 



GUATEMOZIN; music-drama in four acts; 
plot, words & music by Buren Schryock. 
257 p. Appl. states libretto only 
prev. reg. 1962. © Buren Schryock; 
23Feb67; DU68004 . 

GUDS MAKT AR ALLTID FOR HANDEN. (God's 
power at hand) Foredrag over Kris- 
ten Vetenskap av William Henry Alton. 
27 1. Swedish. Appl. states prev. 
reg. Mar. 1966, C18456. NM: trans- 
lation. © William Henry Alton; 
6Mar67; CI9268. 

LA GUERRE EST FINIE; scenario de Jorge 
Semprun, du film d' Alain Resnals. 
[Paris] Galllmard. I85 p. 5 actes. 
© Editions Galllmard; 30Nov66; 
DFO-1536. 

GUESS WHAT? See 
JUPITER. 

SCREAM AND SCRAM, FAMOUS INVESTIGA- 
TORS. 

SHEER HEAVEN. 

SOLAR PLEXUS. 

WHAT'S UP YOUR SLEEVE? 

WEEGEE WHEEL. 

WIGGLE-A-GIGGLE . 

GUESS WHO DIED, by Howard Ehrenman. 
1 V. A play In 3 acts. © Howard 
Ehrenman; 22Dec66; DU6763I . 

GUESr FOR BREAKFAST, by C. B. Gilford. 
Kansas City, Mo., Play House. I5 p. 
© Charles Bernard Gilford; lSep64; 
DP6285. 

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS; Book & lyrics by 
Eleanor Boy Ian, music by Karl Ernst. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. Adapted 
from the book by Jonathan Swift. 
© Eleanor Boylan & Karl Ernst; 
10Apr67; DU6B392. 

THE GUN AND THE RAZOR, a four act play 
by Richard Pheatt. 92 1. © Richard 
Pheatt; 3Apr67; Du68284 . 

GUNS FOR JUAREZ; or. The day of the 
dead. Story % screenplay by Herbert 
Kline. 161. © Herbert Kline; 
6Feb67; DU67795 . 

GUTZ, by Mark A. Reese. 95 1. A play 
In 2 acts. © Mark Allan Reese; 
10May67; DU68748. 



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HAIR BEAUTY METHOD; script one by 
Norbert Calllaud. 4 1. © Norbert 
Caillaud; l8May67; C19594. 

THE HAIR-DRESS ER, by Angelo O'Parra. 
120 1. A screenplay. © Angelo 
O'Parra; llApr67; DU68363. 

HAIR TODAY, GONE TOMORROW, a comedy 
operetta in 3 short acts, lyrics by 
Willard E. McCalment, story & music 
by John D. Montroy. 16 p. ® Willard 
E. McCalment & John D. Montroy; 
9Jan67; DU67584. 

HALF A SIXPENCE, a musical play in two 
acts, music & lyrics by David Heneker, 
play by Beverley Cross. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. I5I p. From the 
novel by H. G. Wells. Book & lyrics 
only. Lyrics & music prev. reg. 
1963 & 1965. © Temjuln Productions, 
Ltd., David Heneker & Beverly Cross; 
lFeb67; DP6341. 

HALLOWE'EN IN THE UNDERWORLD; radio 
fairytale drama by Judson Fountain. 
7 1. © Judson Fountain; 23Mar67; 
DU68784 . 



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HALSTEAD'S HOUSE, by Ronald Colt jr. 
1 V. A play. ® Ronald Colby; 
6Mar67; DU68028. 

HAMLET, by Wm. Shakespeare, as rev., 
edited 5: rendered Into modern English 
by George E. Shall. 77 1. A play 
In 5 acts. © George E. Shall; 
13Jun67; DU689'H. 

HAMLET [by William Shakespeare] commen- 
tary, complete text, glossary edited 
by Sidney Lamb. Lincoln, Neb., 
Cliff's Notes. 100 p. (Complete 
study edition) 5 acts. Appl. author: 
Clifton K. Hlllegass, employer for 
hire. NM: additions & revisions. 
© C. K. Hlllegass; 23Mar67; A900982. 

HAND ME YOUR EARPLUGS, DEAR, by 
Jerome B. Fink. 28 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Jerome B. Fink S: 
Barbara Fink; 29May67; DU68801. 



HAMD RHYTHMS; spoken words as used on 
the recorded version by Harold H. 
LeCrone & Mary Jane LeCrone. 5 1. 
© Harold H. LeCrone & Mary Jane 
LeCrone; 27Mar67; C19562. 

HAHDS UP, HARRY, a play by Thomas 
Brooks. 1 V. 2 acts. © Thomas E. 
Brooks; 15Jun67; DU69055 . 

HANDWRITING ON WALL; words by Adam 
Clayton Powell & C. Sumnsr Stone. 
2 1. © Bright Tunes Music Corp.; 
l4Peb67; CI9185. 

A HANDY GIRL TO HAVE AROUND; or. The 
lopsided loveseat. By Bernard Sabath. 
1 V. A play in 6 scenes. NM: "edi- 
torial revision." © Bernard Sabath; 
29Mar67; DU68239. 

HANNIBAL, A MILITARY GENIUS; 
original screenplay written by 
Geoffrey T. Meehan. 86 1. 
© Geoffrey T. Meehan; 15Mar67; 
CI9575 . 



HANSEL AND GRETEL AND WITCHDOM, 

adapted by Bernardine Mills. 42 1. 
A play in 5 scenes. © Bernardine 
Mills; 29Mar67; DU68415. 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, a play in one act by 
Frederick B. Graves. 29 1. 
© Frederick Bruce Graves; 20Mar67; 
DU68123. 

HAPPY HUNTING, a primer for primates 
by Lewis Allan, pseud, of Abel 
Meeropol. 1 v. Includes music & 
lyrics to 2 songs, lyrics only to 
1 song. © Abel Meeropol; 6Mar67; 
DU6815I. 

HAPPY PRINCE. See 

A HOUSE OF POMEGRANATES. 

HAPPY WILL TOMORROW BE; book & lyrics 
by Alan Lake Chidsey; music by 
G. Alex Kevan. Houston, Chidsey - 
Kevan Enterprises. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 15Apr48, 
DU13946. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Chidsey - Kevan Enterprises; 
15May67; DP6590. 

HARRY AND SAM; or. The smudge. A 
tragicomedy in one act by Paris M. 
Goodi-um. 22 1. © Paris Macklin 
Goodi-um; 15May67; DU68698. 
HARRY, NOON AND NIGHT. See 

THE JOURNEY OF THE FIFTH HORSE AND 
HARRY, NOON AND NIGHT. 

HARRY S. TRUMAN, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 7 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9285. 



HAS ANYBODY HERE SEEN JOEY? By Gene 
Mora (Eugene A. Mora) 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Eugene A. Mora; 
23Mar67; DU68167. 

THE HAUNTED HOUSE, by Plautus; adapted 
by Clifford Ashby, lyrics by Sylvia 
Ashby. 71 1. A play. © Clifford 
Ashby & Sylvia Ashby; llMay67; 
DU68819. 

HAUNTED YEARS, a one-act play by 

Shaunee Laurence, pseud, of Shaunee 
Laurence Browdy . 32 1 . © Shaunee 
Laurence Browdy; 6Apr67; DU68326. 

HAVING TROUBLE WITH TENSIONS? By Tom 
Powell (P. Thomas Powell) 8 1. 
A recording script. © Thinking, 
Inc.; 31Mar67; C19350. 

HAWAIIAN LOVE by E. L. Hutchinson. 
4g 1. A screenplay in 4 sequences. 
© Edson L. Hutchinson; 27Mar67; 
DU68188. 

HAY UN DIOS? (Is there a God?) Con- 
ferencia sobre la Ciencia Cristlana 
por Ralph W. Cessna. I9 1. Appl. 
-■states prev. reg. 27Jul66, CI8697. 
NM: translation. © Ralph W. Cessna; 
31Jan67; C19218. 

HE IS PRESIDENT IN HIS OWN RIGHT, 
a vision-lecture by Betty Daugherty 
Towell. 81. © Betty D. Towell; 
15Feb67; CI9204. 

HEADLINE NEWS ABOUT THE NEW OLDS LINE; 
recording script for Oldsmobile 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
10 1. © Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; lJun67; CI9538. 

THE HEADY TRIUMPHS OF THAT MAN TUMIER, 
a comedy in three acts by Edward 
Sherby. 1 v. © Edward Sherby; 
15Mar67; DU68077. 



HEALTH HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH CIG- 
ARETTE SMOKING, by Heber P. Hostetter. 
Sheet. A talk. © Heber P. Hostetter; 
30Mar67; CI9389. 

HEAR ME IN THE SAVAGE ROAR, by Donald C. 
Lind. 53 1. A screenplay. © Donald 
C. Lind; 10Apr67; DU686I9. 

THE HEARING EAR, a Biblical drama for 
Easter in three acts by Jane Fader. 
Kansas City, Lillenas Pub. Co. 
16 p. © Lillenas Pub. Co., a regis- 
tered trade name of the Nazarene 
Pub. House; 2Jan67; DP6347. 

HEARTBREAK TOWN; original story by Budd 
W. Schulberg, treatment by Budd W, 
Schulberg S: Marshall Neilan. 
2d treatment. 89 1 . A screenplay, 
Appl. author: Selznick International 
Pictures, Inc., employer for hire. 
© A, Morgan Maree, Jr. & Bank of 
American National Trust ^ Savings 
Assn. executors of the Estate of 
David 0. Selznick; 21Apr67; DU68497. 

THE HEATHER FIELD, a play in three 
acts by Edward Martyn. William J. 
Feeney, editor. Chicago, DePaul 
University. 56 p. (Irish drama 
series, vol.1) NM: Introd., col- 
lation of 1899 & 1917 ed. © DePaul 
University; 16Dec66; A887582. 

HEAVENLY VACATION, a play by Stuart 
Frost. 152 1. 2 acts. © Stuart 
Frost; 29May67; DU688o4 . 

HEAVENS TO BETSY, by John & Fran Pascal. 
1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. Book 
only. ® John Pascal & Fran Pascal; 
8Peb67; DU678OO. 



HEAVENS TO BETSY, by John & Fran 
Pascal; music S: lyrics by Johnny 
Brandon. 2d draft. 22 1. A play. 
Book only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
8Feb67, DU67800. NM: revision. 
© John Pascal S: Fran Pascal; 28Mar67: 
DU68373. 

THE HECKLER, by Danny Davis, Julie 
Kay & Jackie Vernon. Sheet. A 
monologue. © Davliz Music Corp.; 
26jan67; C19120. 

HEDDA GABLER. See 
THE SNOW TIGER. 

HEIDI, a musical comedy for children 
very freely adapted from the book 
by Johanna Spyri; script, lyrics, 
music by Sam L. Rosen. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Sam Rosen; 9Jan67; DU67585 . 

HEIDI. See 
ADELHEID. 

HEIMSUCHUNG. See 
THE VISITATION. 

HELENA; utwor sceniczny lub libretto 
do opery, napisal, Jozef Lukaszewicz. 
84 1. 3 acts. © Joseph Lukaszewicz; 
23Feb67; DU67900. 

HELL ON EARTH, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Ovenell Patty. 32 1. © Ovenell 
Patty; 14jun67; DU68955. 

HELLO EARTHLINGS, a variety program on 
the theme of the U.F.O. & the extra- 
terrestrial visitor by Ruth E. 
Stephens & Antonia Puzerskl. 23 1. 
© Ruth E. Stephens & Antonia 
Puzerskl; 24Apr67; CI945I. 

HELL'S BELLES, a three-act play by 

Elizabeth Nielsen. 41 1. © Elizabeth 
Nielsen; 23Jan67; DU67691. 

HELP YOUR CHILD TO GROW UP, by 
Carmen Lara Fernandez. 1 v. 
10 parts. © Carmen Lara Fernandez; 
13Jun67; CI9612. 

A HELPING HAND. Sheet. (The Fun 

factory, no. 10) A narration script. 
© Ultlmus Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; 
C19163- 

HENRY DISARMS, a play in three acts by 
John Erskine. 1 v. © Helen Worden; 
24jan67; DU676I7. 



HENRY VI, PART ONE, by William Shake- 
speare; edited by Lawrence V. Ryan. 
New York, New American Library. 
222 p. (The Signet classic Shake- 
speare, CD333) 5 acts. NM: "introd., 
notes & compilation." ® Lawrence V. 
Ryan; 23Mar67; A903990. 

HENRY VI, PART TWO, by William Shake- 
speare; edited by Arthur Freeman. 
New York, New American Library. 
224 p. (The Signet classic Shake- 
speare, CD336) 5 acts. NM: introd., 
notes & compilation. ©Arthur 
Freeman; l8Apr67; A910830. 

HERBERT HOOVER, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 6 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; OI9287. 

HERE COME THE CLIPPERS: A musical 
play by William T. Bode. 1 v. 
Appl. states characters, plot, music 
prev. reg. as Here comes the circus, 
1962 & Oh, brother, 1966. NM: ad- 
ditions, revisions & compilation. 
© William T. Bode; 3Jan67; DU67553. 



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HERE YOU'RE SAFE, by Edward Kovar. 
15 1. A play. © Edward Kovar; 
l6Mar67; DU68107. 

A HERITAGE AND ITS HISTORY, a play by 
Julian Mitchell adapted from the nov- 
el by I. Compton-Burnett . 3 acts. 
(In Plays of the year. London, Elek 
Books. V.30, p.lT-lCt) © Julian 
Mitchell; 26Aug66 (In notice: I965); 
DFO-1520. 

HERITAGE OF THE SHANAUGHREE, reading 
from his play The painted days, by 
John Byrne. 69 1. ® John Joseph 
Byrne; 19Dec66; DU67539. 

HERO, a play in four acts by Mary 
McDougal Axelson. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 21Jul6l, DU53615. 
NM: revision & addition. © Mary 
McDougal Axelson; 9Mar67; DU6806I. 

THE HERO, an opera in one act; libretto 
by David Rogers; music by Mark Bucci. 
65 p. © Mark Bucci & David Rogers; 
26Jan67; DU67715. 

THE HERO; one act by Robert Noreault. 
1 V. © Robert Noreault; 2Nov66; 
DU68823. 



HE'S COMING BACK AGAIN, by Edna G. 
Cooke. Sheet. © Excellorec Music 
Co.; lltApr67; 019^51. 

HEY, MEDIC, by Glen W. Atterbury. 

31. A recording script. © Glen W. 
Atterbury; 9Feb67; C19147. 

HI HON, I'M HOME, a comedy by John 
Tobias. 1 V. 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as The live ones, 2'tJan66, 
DU64859. NM: rewritten. © John 
Tobias; 8May67; DU68755. 

HI, YAH, BERTl A play in three acts by 
J. D. Charles (Julie Charles Hanldis) 
1 V. © Julie Charles; 27Feb67; 
DU6792O. 

HIAWATHA, a musical for young people; 
book, music & lyrics by Verna Wos- 
koff. 1 V. 12 scenes. Based on 
Longfellow's poem The song of Hiawatha. 
© Verna Woskoff; 4May67 ; DU68675 . 

HICCUPS AND HAPPINESS, by Louise 
Harper. 32 1. A play. ® Louise 
Harper; 2Feb67; DU67778. 

THE HIDEOUT, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Harold 0. 
Wang. 52 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
15Dec65, DU64602. NM: revision. 
© Harold 0. Wang; 6jun67; DU68854 . 



HIERONIMO IS MAD AGAIN. 
THE SPANISH COMEDY. 



See 



HIGH HEELS AND FLAT FEET, a musical 
comedy by Rosemarie Beal. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Rosemarie Edith Beal; 
13Dec66; DU67533. 

HIGH SPIRITS. Sheet. (The Fun fac- 
tory, no. 12) A narration script. 
© Ultimus Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; 
CI9165 . 

HIGH TIMES FOR TIRES, ZODIAC THEME, 
prepared for Hires Co. by Wilding. 
Writer: George Elrick. 26 1. 
Script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 27Mar67; 

cigj'n. 

HIGH TREASON, by John Berger, pseud, 
of Karol Krcmery. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
17Jun66; DU6628O. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Karol Krcmery; 7Mar67; 
DU68C4 3. 



THE HIP SET; or. Trip-out. Screenplay 
by Robert C. Canton; original story 
by Robert Canton & Robert Stabbert. 
87 1. © Robert C. Canton; 17Mar67: 
DU686II. 



HIS BLOOD HAS MADE ME WHOLE, by Edna G. 
Cooke. Sheet. © Excellorec Music 
Co.; ll*Apr67; CI9430. 

HIS ELECTRIC HAREM; unpublished play 
in three acts by DeReszke Hoppe & 
Margaret Watson. 1 v. © DeRaszke 
Hoppe & Margaret Watson; 20Mar67; 
DU68127. 



HIS MAJESTY'S PIE, an operetta for 
young people, text & music by Keith 
Bissell. Waterloo, Ont., Waterloo 
Music Co. 36 p. 2 acts. © Waterloo 
Music Co., Ltd.; 8Sep66; DFI886. 

THE HISTORY OF ROCK 'N ROLL, by 

Norman A. Durma. 12 1. A narration 
script. © Norman A. Durma; 
9Mar67; CI9250. 

THE HOLE IN JOEY'S ROOM, by T. Edward 
Taylor. 16 1. A play. © Timothy 
Edward Taylor; lljan67; DU67598. 

HOLLYWOOD IS A FAMILY AFFAIR, by Mel 
Gaye, pseud, of Melcena Rose Darrah. 
86 1. A screenplay in 7 acts. 
© Melcena Rose Darrah; 8Feb67; 
DU67798. 

THE HOLY TERROR, an historical drama 
in four acts, based on the lives of 
Saint Birgitta of Sweden and Queen 
Giovanna of Italy, by Margaret 
Sperry (Margaret Sperry Russak) 
1 v. © Margaret Sperry Russak; 
lFeb67; DU67773. 

EL HOMBKE ES ILIMITADO (Man unlimited) 
Conferencia sobre la Ciencia Cristiana 
por William Henry Alton. 22 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. CI7054. NM: 
translation. © William Henry Alton; 
12May67; C19505. 

HOME AT SIX, a comedy in one act in 
words of one syllable or less by 
Lee H. Falk. 47 1. © Lee H. Falk; 
22Mar67; DU6816O. 

A HOME AWAY FROM, by Glenn Allen Smith. 

1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Glenn 
Allen Smith; 17Apr67; DU68453. 

THE HOME IN BETHANY, an Easter play by 
Edna Moore Schultz . Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. 16 p, 
3 acts. © Rodeheaver Co.; 29Dec65; 
DP6276. 

HOME IS A HAPPENING AT THE OFFICE, a 
play by Jacob Bentkover. 106 1. 
2 acts. ® Jacob Bentkover; 31May67; 
DU68805 . 

HOME LIFE, by Joanna Russ. 11 1. 
A play. © Joanna Russ; 28Mar67; 
DU68216. 

HOME LIFE; radio sketch by Joanna 

Russ. 91. © Joanna Russ; 28Mar67; 
DU682I5 . 

HOME OF THE BRAVE; 3 -act drama by 

Madge Harrah. 1 v. ® Madge Harrah; 
10Feb67; DU67810. 

HOME SWISS HOME. See 
SKIING IS BELIEVING. 

THE HOMESTEADERS; musical comedy, 
music by June D. Wahl; lyrics & 
book by Patricia A. Exon. 1 v. 

2 acts. © June D. Wahl & Patricia 
A. Exon; llMay67; DU68818. 



HONEST MURDER, a melodrama without 
music in one act for three women by 
Pernande Gardner Alexander. 1 v 
© Fernande G. Alexander: 28Mar67! 
DU68220. ' 

THE HONG KONG STORY, an original dramat- 
ic narrative by Mark Balfour. 4 1. 
© Mark Balfour; 24May67; C19498. 

HONK! HONi^! By K. Jones, pseud, of 
Rlmsa Michel. IO3 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Rimsa Michel; 10Mav67: 
DU68817. 

HOOSIER BOY, a play about Lincoln's 
childhood by Kerry Shaw. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Kerry Shaw; 17Mar67; 
DU6812O. 

HOP, SKIP AND OZ, a three act play by 
Sterling Harper. I3I 1. © William 
Sterling Harper III; 10Mar67; 
DU67978. 

HOPE AND HER MASTER, an original 

story written fc adapted for television 
by Lola Nelson. 30 1. © Lola 
Nelson; 23Feb67; DU67880. 

THE HOPE OF HEAVEN, an Easter play by 
Harriette Swope Jeanes. Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. 16 p. 
11 episodes. ©Rodeheaver Co.; 
29Dec66; DP6277 . 

HORNBLEND, in 2 acts by Gary Bynum. 
1 V. A play. © Gary Bynum; 
21Mar67; DU68355 . 



HORNS UP, a comedy with music by 
Robert Bealmear & Don Chastain. 
1 V. 2 acts. Book only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 10Jan66, 
DU64952. NM: revisions. .. © Robert 
Bealmear & Don Chastain; 5May67; 
DU68636 . 

HORS DRAMATICUS '66, by Walter 
Tyszka. 1 v. A play in two 
parts. ©Walter J. Tyszka, Jr.; 
l4Apr67; DU68426. 

A HORSE NAMED ED, a comedy in three 
acts by Chris Sergei, Jr., & John 
Henderson based on the original 
stories by Walter Brooks. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 91 p. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 30c t66; DP6274 . 

HOT SUMMERS DAY, by Gerald Arthur 
Porath. Sheet. © Gerald Arthur 
Porath; 25Apr67; C19412. 

THE HOURGLASS, by Crane Johnson. New 
.York, Theatre Press. 1 v. © Crane 
Johnson; 10ct54; DP6286. 

A HOUSE DIVIDED, the fifth play in a 
symphonic drama, The emancipator, 
by Jesse Zimmerman. 117 1. 4 acts. 
© Jesse Zimmerman; 31Mar67; DU68247. 

A HOUSE OF MOURNING, the eleventh play 
in a symphonic drama. The Emancipator, 
by Jesse Zimmerman. I32 1. 4 acts. 
© Jesse Zimmerman; 3Apr67; DU68280. 

A HOUSE OF POMEGRANATES, an adaptation 
for concert reading of four Oscar 
Wilde fairytales: The selfish giant. 
The nightingale and the rose. The 
happy prince, & The remarkable rocket. 
By Robert E. Laning; Eleanor Harder 
has written 4 original songs & lyrics 
for the production. 1 v. © Robert E. 
Laning & Eleanor Harder; 31May67; 
DU68783 . 

THE HOUSE OF ROSANNA SPALATA, a three 
act play by Nicholas Bellltto. 
118 1. © Nicholas Bellltto; 24jan67; 
DU677OO. 



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THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT; screenplay 
by Olga Vallance. Il8 1. Based on 
a story by Jack Nachlin & Olga Val- 
lance. © Olga Vallance & Jack Nach- 
lin; 7Apr57; DU68379. 

HOW CAN YOU TELL THE GOOD GUYS FROM THE 
BAD GUYS? By Warren Kllewer. 62 1. 
A play. ® Warren Kllewer; 8jun67: 
DU68873 . 

HOW CLOSE AEE WE TO AEMAGEDDON? By 
Harold L. Rupprecht. 2 1. © Harcld 
L. Rupprecht; 31Mar67; C19551. 

HOW COULD I STAND YOU FOR THIRTY-FIVE 
YEARS? See 
ROSE OF MY HEART. 

HOW DO YOU DO I LOVE YOU, by Micha'el 
Stewart. 1st draft. 1 v. A 
musical play in 2 acts. Book only. 
© Michael Stewart; l6jan67; 
DU67737 . 

HOW DO YOU LIKE ME SO FAR? A c:omedy 
in three acts by Martin Meyers. 
1 V. © Martin Meyers; 22Jun67; 
DU69026. 

HOW I BECAME A FANTASTICALLY SUCCESSFUL 
THEATRICAL PRODUCER ON CHICKEN FEED. 
See 
WELL J THAT'S SHOW BIZ. 

HOW I SPENT MY SUMMER, by Ruth Gordon. 
1 V. A play in 5 acts. © T.F.T. 
Corp.; 27Jun67; DU69050. 

HOW IT REALLY WAS. See 
TOMBSTONE , 

HOW MISS HOOD LICKED YE WOLF. See 
R. R. HOOD AND GREY EYES. 

HOW NOW? A musical play by John C. 
Mebane. 1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © John C. Mebane; 8May67; 
DU68767. 

HOW NOW, GEORGE SNOOD? A comedy- 
drama by Irving Perlin. ^+7 1- 
3 acts. © Irving Perlin; 5May67; 
DU68598 . 

HOW PERICLES GOT INDOORS, a 5 act play 
written for TV by Grace Baughan. 
33 1. © Grace Baughan; 13Jun67; 
DU68937 . 

HOW SWEET WAS MY SWAMP, a marsh 
melodrama by Wayne Norman. 42 1. 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
30ct66, DU6695O. © Wayne Norman; 
290ct66; BtSjkS. 



HOW TO BE HAPPY WHILE BREATHING. 
THE POT PARTY. 



See 



HOW TO BURY YOUR BROTHER, a learning 
play by Charles Copenhaver. 1 v. 
© Charles William Copenhaver, Jr.; 
3Apr67; DU68287. 

HOW TO CATCH A GHOST, an original story 
by Martin Green. 126 1. A screen- 
play. © Martin Green; 12Jan67; 
DU67706 . 



HOW TO GET RICH 8c THE TOP 5% CLUB; 

script for Bank Savings Dept. record- 
ing by Earl Nightingale. 1 v. 
® Nightingale-Conant Corp.; 25Apr67; 
0191*22. 

HOW TO MAKE A SANDWICH. See 
FIRST PLAYS. 



HOW TO MEET A GIRL, by Danny Davis, 
Julie Kay & Jackie Vernon. 2 1. 
A monologue. © Davliz Music Corp.; 
26Jan67; 019115- 



HOW TO SELL EXTRA VALUE; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 9 1. 
® Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; Ijun67; CI9566. 

HOW TO SUCCEED IN SELLING BY REALLY 
TRYING . See 
THE SELF-STARTERS. 

HOW TO WRITE A NOVEL- -DON 'T! See 
AWAKE, MY LOTO. 



HOW'S THE WORLD TREATING YOU? A comedy 
by Roger Mllner. London, S. French. 
79 p. (French's acting edition) 
3 acts. © Roger Mllner; 2Sep66; 
DF0-1501*. 

HOW'S THE WORLD TREATING YOU? By Roger 
Mllner. 3 acts. (In Plays of the 
year. London, Elek Books. V.30, 
p. 105-213) © Roger Mllner; 
26Aug66 (in notice: 1965); DFI885 . 

HUCK FINN, a musical comedy, book & 
lyrics by Mary Walton, music by 
Andy Marsala; based on The adventures 
of Huckleberry Finn by Mark r^ain. 
2 acts. © Mary V. Walton S: Andy 
Marsala; 17Mar67; DU68l42. 

THE HUCKSTERS, a musical comedy; book, 
lyrics & music by Walter Weir. 
2 V. 3 acts. © Walter Weir; 
8Jun67; DU68875 . 

THE HUMAN EQUATION, an original short 
story-play written by Sharon Nelson. 
11 1. © Sharon Nelson; 8Mav67; 
DU6875t. 

DER HUND 1ST LOS, a play in two acts 
by James M. Ragland. 83 1. Text 
in English. Book & lyrics only. 
© James M. Ragland; 12Apr67; 
DU68364 . 



HUNGER IS THE ENEMY. 
FACETS OF FAITH. 



See 



THE HUNGRIEST DRAGON IN TOWN, by Junior 
League of Salt Lake City. 1 v. 
Musical puppet show. 2 acts. 
© Junior League of Salt Lake; 
6Apr67; DU68522. 

THE HUNGRY COWBOY, by Robert Lee Odell. 
4 1. Recording script. © Robert 
Lee Odell; 8Mar67; 0192^*8. 

A HUNTING WE WILL GO, by Dorothy 

Madison, pseud, of Dorothy Terrell. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 31Mar48, 14215. 
NM: revision & addition. © Dorothy 
Terrell; 13Mar67; DU68489. 

HURRY MOMMY, THE WAR IS ON! A new 
comedy & war games by Hal Ackerman 
(Harold Ackerman) 1 v. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5I'ec55, 
DU67417. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Harold Ackerman; 2May67; DU68565. 

THE HUSBAND- IN-LAW, a new play by 
Sheppard Kerman. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Sheppard Kerman; 27Feb67;-DU67922. 

HVAD STOLER DE PA? (What do you trust?) 
Foredrag om Kristen Videnskab af 
Gordon F. Campbell. 25 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. C18458. NM: Danish 
translation. ® Gordon F. Campbell; 
17Feb67; CI9263. 



I 



I AM AN AMERICAN; written by K. E. 
Blake, pseud, of Katherine E. Bowen. 
Sheet. © Lee Nichols Music Co.; 
7Feb67; C19237. 



I DIED A SOLDIER, PART 2, by Laurence 
C. Cramer. 2 1.® Laurence Charles 
Cramer; 8jun67; CI9625 . 

I DREAM OP JEANNIE, a script by Ran- 

^^i^ 'i\'^^?r^'"'- ^"^ ^- A screenplay. 
© Randall W. Becker; 5Dec66; DU67525. 

I GOT DENVER LAST NIGHT, a musical 
comedy by David Daohs & Julie 
Mandel. 1 v. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. ® David Daohs & Julie 
Mandel; 28Apr67; DU68701. 

I GRAB FOR THE ROSES, a play in one 
act by Robert D. Hires. 10 1. 
® Robert D. Hires; 21Jun67; DU69021. 

I HAVE A FRIEND; written by Joseph 
Bryant, Jr. Sheet. © Joseph 
Bryant, Jr.; 10Apr67; DU68584 . 

I LIKE TO GO TO THE HORSE RACES, by 
Anton R. Backus. Sheet. © Anton 
Robert Backus; 2May67; 019421. 

t pApISSA IOAnnA. Sefe 
THE SACRED OF INNOCENT. 

I SAW A MONKEY. See 
MONKEYS AND MEN. 

I SPY, ONE GOOD TURN, by Theresa 
Redel. 1 v. A television script. 
® Theresa Redel; 13Apr67 ; DU68423. 

1 TOO SPEAK OF THE ROSE. See 
I TOO SPEAK TO THE ROSE. 

I TOO SPEAK TO THE ROSE (I too speak of 
the rose) By Emillo Carballldo; 
translated by William I. Oliver. 

58 1. A play. © William I. Oliver; 
l4Mar67; DU68101. 

I WERE A HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE; written 
by Kenny Solms & Gail Parent. 1 v. 
© Kenny Solms & Gail Parent; 31Mar67: 
CI9352. 

I WISH I MIGHT, a dance drama in one 
act by Mary Peldhaus-Weber. l4 1. 
® Mary Feldhaus-Weber; 12Jun67 : 
DU68914 . 

I WOULDN'T MISS THE CHANCE, a play with 
music In one act by Mildred N. 
McClellan. 1 v. © Mildred N. 
McClellan; 25Apr67; DU68537,. 

THE ICE CREAM PA[R]LOR AND OTHER 
MECHANICAL PLAYS, by Joseph A. 
Krausman. Limited 1st ed., 1967. 
Northampton, Mass., Despa Press. 
78 p. 5 plays. Including music 
for 3 songs. © Joseph A. Kraus- 
man; 22Apr67; DP6362. 

THE IDIOT, an adaptation by Malcolm 
Saunders, pseud, of Frank Judson 
Morlock. 1 V. 3 acts. A drama- 
tization of Dostoievski ' s novel. 
© Frank Judson Morlock; 3Jan67; 
DU67550. 

L'IDIOT, d'Andre Barsacq d'apr^s 
Dostoievski. [Paris] 2 acts. 
(In Theatre I'avant scene, Nov. 1, 
1966, p. 12-41) © Andri Barsacq; 
lNov66; DFO-1518. 

IDOLOS DE PUERTO RICO; argumento y 
adaptacion de Oscar G. Dulzaides. 
94 1. A screenplay. © Oscar Martin 
Garcia Dulzaides; llJan67; DU67594. 

IF A FOUR LETTER MAN MARRIES A FIVE 
LETTER WOMAN, a play in one act by 
Michael W. Fedo. 14 1. © Michael W. 
Fedo; 27Feb67; DU67912. 

IF I HAD MY WHOLE LIFE TO LIVE OVER 
AGAIN, I WOULD GIVE THE PART TO AH 
UNDERSTUDY, by Daniel Tobias Boy Ian. 
118 p. A play in 2 acts. © Daniel 
Tobias Boylan; 8Mar67; DU68053. 



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Jan.-June 



ILLEGAL EMPIRE 500, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
William F. Norman. 30 1. © William 
F. Norman; 20Mar67; DU683OO. 



I'M GETTING MARRIED; book & lyrics by 
Betty Comden & Adolph Green, music 
by Jule Styne. 1 v. A musical play 
for television. Book & lyrics only. 
© Retty Comden & Adolph Green; 
22Dec66; DU67676. 

I'M NOT YOUR FAIRY GOEMOTHER, a musical 
play by Jo Melton (Helen Josephine 
Holloway Melton) 56 1. 3 acts. 
Book 8c lyrics only. © Jo Melton; 
9May67; DU68768. 
IMMACULATE CONTRACEPTION; one act comedy 
by Philip Di Natale. 24 p. © Philip 
Di Natale; 8jun67; DU68870. 

IMMANENCE DU POUVOIR DIVIN (God's 
power at hand) Conference sur la 
Science Chr^tienne par William 
Henry Alton. 22 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. CI8456. NM: translation. 
© William Henry Alton; 12May67; 
CI9506. 

IMPROMPTU, by Mike Holloway (Michael 
Holloway) 16 1. A play. © Michael 
Holloway; 2'tApr67; DU68528. 

IN DER SACHE J. ROBEFiT OFPENHEIMER, 
ein szenischer Bericht von Heinar 
Kipphardt. [Frankfurt am Main] 
Suhrkamp Verlag. 125 P- (Edition 
Suhrkamp, 64) ® Suhrkamp Verlag; 
23Mar64; DF1884 . 

IN DREAMS Aim VISIONS, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Jessie Self. JO 1. © Jessie 
Self; I4jun67; DU68954 . 

IN LOVING MEMORY, a play In five scenes 
by Richard S. Lee. 90 1. © Richard 
S. Lee; 27Feb67; DU67935. 

IN MEMORY OF A DEAR FRIEND, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Ann Gillard, 27 1. © Ann Glllard; 
17Mar67; DU68II7. 

IN OTHER WORDS; script of TV quiz 
show by Thomas Stewart Kerr. 6 1. 
© Thomas Stewart Kerr; lNov66; 
CI915I. 

IN THE DESERT, FLOWERS THEY WILL GROW, 
a musical, book, words music by 
Sidney Sterlnbach. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Sidney Sterinbach; 14Jun67; 
DU68965 ■ 

IN THE FACE OF DEATH, a tragedy in one 
act by August Strlndberg, translated 
from the Swedish by Arvld Paulson. 
27 1. © Arvia Paulson; 15Mar67; 
DU686O9. 

IN THESE FORESTS, by Joanna Russ. 
71. A play. © Joanna Russ; 
28Mar67; DU68217. 

IN UTERO; play in three acts by 
Leonard Flom. 71 1. © Leonard 
Flom; 22Dec66; DP6315 . 

THE INCOMPLETE LIFE, a play by John 
Kevin McCauley. 125 1. 3 acts. 
© John K. McCauley; 3Jan67; DU67555. 

INDIAN CITY, U.S.A., by Dee Worster. 
1 V. Fllmstrip script. © Dee 
Worster; 21Mar67; C19281. 

THE INDICATOR DIAGRAM, NEW MEANING, 
NEW USEFULNESS, by James M. Brown. 
18 1. © James M. Brown; 7Apr67; 
CI9456. 



INFANTS IN INFINITY, a play by Vyonne 
Madsen with music by Erma Renstrom 
Petereit. 1 v. A musical play in 
3 acts. © Vyonne Madsen McClellan 
& Erma Renstrom Petereit; 27Mar67; 
DU68491. 

THE INHERITORS, by Richard Cook. 57 1. 
A play. © Richard Cook; 8Peb67; 
DU678OI . 

INKPADUTA, by Bob Eaton (Robert Bruce 

Eaton) & Kathleen O'Connell. 58 1. 

A screenplay. © Robert Bruce Eaton; 
12Jan67; DU67603. 

INLAWS. See 

TAX MAN, BANK, FRED'S TWENTY, IN- 
LAWS, MAMA MIA, OFFICE. 

THE INNOCENT PARTY; four short plays by 
John Hawkes; preface by Herbert Blau. 
New York, New Directions. 239 P* 
Contents: The innocent party. --The 
wax museum. --The undertaker . --The 
questions. 1#1: new 5: previously 
unpub. plavs. © John Hawkes; 
21Mar67 (in notice: 1966); DP6400. 

INSTANT MONEY MALLOY, a comedy play in 
three acts by Sammy Lilllbridge. 
23 1. © Sammy Lilllbridge; 20Feb67: 
DU67860. 

INSTANT TEA, by M. V. Leibert & 

Lucy Jones, pseud, of Erie McClintic. 
59 1- A play in 15 scenes. VJith 
lyrics to 2 songs. © M. V. Leibert 
& Erie McClintic; 23Jan67; DU67688. 

INTEGRATION! A satire on your race 
problem and mine by Leslie David 
Perry. 103 1. A play. © Leslie 
David Perry; 23Mar67; DU6838O. 

INTEFI»1EZZ0, by Jean Glraudoux; edited 
by John H. P.eilly. New York, Apple- 
ton-Century-Crofts. I68 p. 3 acts. 
French. NM: pref., Introd.- & notes . 
©Meredith Pub. Co.; 19Apr67; 
A906419. 

THE INTERMISSION, by D. Jason Vinley. 
51 1. A play in 1 act. © Dennis 
Jason Vinley; 21Mar67; DU68158. 

THE INTERVIEW, a one act sketch by 
Vernon Wesley Taylor. 29 1. 
© Vernon Wesley Taylor; 15May67; 
DU68695 . 

THE INTERVIEW; comedy skit by Frank S. 
Dionise. 15 1. A screenplay. 
© Frank S. Dionise; 4May67; DU68634 . 

INTIMATE NOTES; original screenplay by 
Daniel Taradash. 2d draft. 141 1. 
Appl. author; Vanguard Films, Inc. 
employer for hire. © A, Morgan 
Maree, Jr. Sc Bank of America 
National Trust S: Savings Assn.; 
21Apr67; DU68498. 

INTRODUCING ECONOMICS, A SOCIAL SCIENCE; 
prepared by George Sadler. 60 1. 
A lecture. ® George Sadler; 19Sep66; 
CI9105. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY. 
1 V. Transparency script. © Coral 
Reef Photographers, Inc.; 2Jun67; 
CI9572. 

INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC READING & EX- 
PLORING MUSIC READIMG; written & 
created by Lois Raebeck. 1 v. Film- 
strip script. © Lois Raebeck; 
8Jun67; 019626. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MARKETING 
REGISTER; script for phonograph 
recording. 9 1. © Bank of America 
National Trust & Savings Assn.; 
8Feb67: C19182. 



INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY, script for 
television lectures by John F. 
Taylor. 1 v. 30 lectures. © John 
F. Taylor; 5Jun67; C19579. 

THE INVESTIGATION, a play by Peter 
Weiss; English version by Jon Swan 
and Ulu Grosbard. New York, Atheneum. 
270 p. © Ulu Grosbard & Jon Swan; 
7Nov66; DP6307. 

THE INVESTIGATION; oratorio in 11 can- 
tos by Peter Weiss, English version 
by Alexander Gross. London, Calder 
& Boyars. 206 p. Originally pub. in 
Germany I965 as Die Ermlttlung. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17Nov65, DU64479 & 
shortened version prev. reg. 20Jul56, 
DU66236. © Alexander Gross; 270ct66; 
DP6356 . 

INVISIBLE MEN ARE BLIND, by Edward M. 
Millman. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 2IJUI65, 
DU63644. NM: revision. ® Edward M. 
Millman; 27Deo66; DU67626. 

AN IRKUTSK STORY; adapted from the 
Russian of Alexei Arbuzov by Mary N. 
Gonzales. 58 1. 2 acts. © Mary N. 
Gonzales; l4Mar67; DU68097. 

IS NATURE CREATING ANOTHER SAHARA, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Vernon D. Matters. 
31 1. © Vernon D. Watters; I4jun67; 
DU68960. 

IS SOCIAL NUDISM IRRELIGIOUS? A 
Christian sermon in logic using a 
scriptural premise by Arthur Roy 
Morley. 6 1. © Arthur Roy Morley; 
12Apr67; CI9385. 



IS THERE A GOD? 
HAY UN DIOS? 



See 



IS THERE AN INTRINSIC GRAVITATIONAL 
POTENTIAL ASSOCIATED WITH INEHTIAL 
f-IASS? By Joseph F. Messina. 
13 1. © Joseph F. Messina; 3Apr67; 
CI9387. 

ISAIAH'S DANCE, by Angela Christy. 
55 1. A play in 2 acts. ©Angela 
Christy; 2Mar67; DU68018. 

ISODORUS, a musical play in two acts 
by David Arnold Balch. 1 v. Adapted 
from de Maupassant's Mme- Tellier ' s 
excursion & An enthusiast. Book & 
lyrics only. © David Arnold Balch; 
llMay67; DU68820. 

IT HAPPENED TO JUNIOR, by Junior 
Samples, Jim Morrison & Cliff Wil- 
liamson. Sheet. © Peach Music, 
Inc.; 5Jun67; 019576. 

IT SEEMED LIKE A GOOD IDEA AT THE TIME, 
a farce in 3 acts by Donald R. 
Stleper. 114 1. © Donald R. Stieper; 
28Mar67; DU68224. 

IT SEEMS I AM ALWAYS CLOSING THE DOOR 
ON MY LIFE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 1 
Delia McClatchy. 3O 1. © Delia | 
McClatchy; 2C«1ar67; DU683OI. 

IT STARTED WITH EVE, by Joan Quicksilver. 
13 1. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Joan Quicksilver; 13Mar67; 
DU68093 . (,: 

IT WAS SUDDEN, a play in one act by 
Darla Sue Deskins. 32 1. © Darla 
Sue Deskins; llApr67; DU68395 . 

IT WILL ALWAYS BE HEARD WHEN THE SCREAM 
STOPS, a play in two acts by Martha 
Winston, pseud, of Martha Weinstein. 
100 1. © Marhta Winston; 15Jun67; 
DU68942. 



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23 



IT'S ALL TOO LATE J one act play by 
Rafael Alfonso, pseud, of Rafael 
Alfonso Bunuel. 46 1. © Rafael 
Alfonso; 8jun67; DU68872. 

IT'S ALWAYS APRIL, a musical comedy In 
two acts by Jo McKenzle 4 Louise 
Kileen. 1 v. © Jo McKenzle & Louise 
Kileen; 12Jan67; DU67601. 

IT'S ALWAYS YOU, a play with two 
actors in two acts by Milt Calne 
(Milton A. Calne) 1 v. ® Milton A. 
Calne; 10Feb67; DU678l2. 

IT'S AMERICA FOR ME; words & music by 
Lilah Hand, k 1. © Lilah Hand; 
15Feb67; C19239. 

IT'S EASY TO BELIEVE, a short subject 
on courtesy by Stanford Richard 
Gamburg. 8 1. A screenplay. 
© Stanford Richard Gamburg; 21Apr67; 
DU68507. 

IT'S ONLY THE HORN ON THE SUB, IT 
DOESN'T MAKE IT RUN, a play by 
Ona Matas, pseud, of Virginia N. 
Donnelley. 1 v. 3 acts. © Virginia 
N. Donnelley; lFeb67; DP6358. 

IT'S TEXAS; (Thorn In the thicket) 

A musical; book & lyrics by Don Shook 
(James Donald Shook) music by Tom 
Booth (Thomas Lykes Booth) & Don 
Shook. 1 V. 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. I8jul66, DU66165. NJl: 
additions & revisions. © Don Shook 5: 
Tom Booth; 31Jan67; DU67685. 

IT'S UP TO YOU; manuscript to narration 
of five-phase visual educational 
achievement program by Rolf M. Lips. 
1 V. © Rolf M. Lips; JJanS?; 
01923^^ . 



I'VE BEEN THINKING, by Herman Shumlln, 
based on the book Reuben, Reuben 
by Peter De Vrles. 64 I. A play 
in 2 acts. © Herman Shumlln & Peter 
De Vrles; 26jun67; DU6904l. 

I'VE SEEN MY OWB COFFIN, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by John Clin. 3I 1. - 
® John Olin; 25Peb67; DU67893. 

THE IVORY HUWTERS, by Thomas D. 
Geoghegan. " 37 1. A screenolay. 
© Thomas D. Geoghegan; 8Mar67; 
DU68052. 



J 



JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, a play for 
children by Isabel M. Williams. 
50 1. 2 scenes. © Isabel Martin 
Williams; 8Mar67; DU6815I. 

JACKIE (Comeback); by R. Bartlett Nemec. 
139 1. A screenplay. © R. Bartlett 
.Nemec; 19Jan67; DU67674. 

JAKE FAUCET, A WANTON TRAGEDY, a play 
in three acts by H. D. Eshleraan' 
(Harry David Eshleman) 50 1. 
© Harry David Eshleman; 9Jan67; 
DU67578. 

JAMES A. GARFIELD, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 7 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9296. 

JAMES BUCHANAN, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 8 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9301 



JAMES K. POLK, by Kaysons International. 
6 1. (The Presidents speak) Record- 
ing script. © Kaysons International, 
Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9311. 

JAMES MADISON, by Kaysons International 
8 1. (The Presidents speak) Record- 
ing script. © Kaysons International, 
Ltd.; 21Mar67; 019304. 

JAMES MONROE, by Kaysons International. 
6 1. (The Presidents speak) Record- 
ing script. © Kaysons International, 
Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9305. 

JANE EYRE, a musical play by J. Peter 
Bergman (Peter Jay Bergman) 64 1. 
Based on the novel by Charlotte 
Bronte. Book & lyrics only. 
© Peter Jay Bergman; 9Jun67; DU6886O. 

JASON AND THE GOLDEN FLEECE, by Bobbye 
Russell Durrett. 16 1. A, play. 
© Bobbye Russell Durrett (Mrs. R E 
Durrett, Jr.); 22May67;. DU68743. ' 

JEPHTE OU LE VOEU. See 

FOUR RENAISSANCE TRAGEDIES. 

JEST, SATIRE, IRONY AND DEEPER SIG- 
NIFICANCE, a comedy in three acts 
by Christian Dietrich Grabbe; trans- 
lated, with an introd. by Maurice 
Edwards. New Yoi-k, F. Ungar Pub. 
Co. 69 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
1950. NM: revision, introd. & notes. 
©Frederick Ungar Pub. Co., Inc.; 
10ct66; DP6409. 



JESUS IS A JUNKIE, a play by Leo Rutman. 
36 1. © Leo Rutman; 5Jun67; DU68833. 

JESUS MINUS TEN, a play in 5 episodes & 
a dialogue with Paul by Alexander 
T. Coyle. 14 p. Appl. author: 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 
lPeb67; DP6337. 

THE JEWELS OF OPHIR; screenplay by 
Jack De Witt & J. J. Woodley, pseud, 
of Julius Woodruff Smith. I32 1. 
® Jack De Witt & Julius Woodruff 
Smith; 20Mar67; DU68341. 

JIM REEVES NARRATES THE STORY OF HIS 
LIFE. See 
YOURS SINCERELY, JIM REEVES. 

JIMMY AND THE ASTROBUTS, an animated 
script Idea for a fllm/televlslon 
series by Norbert Kurty . 8th draft. 
1 V. © Norbert Kurty & Lee Kurty; 
4Apr67; DU683I2. 

JIMMY AND THE ASTROBUTS, by Norbert 
Kurty. 1 V. A screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. Apr67, 
DU68312. NM: dramatization of 
outline material. © Norbert Kurty & 
Lee Kurty; I4jun67; DU68948. 

JINGLE BELLS. See 

VARIATION OP JINGLE BELLS, OR THE ONE 
HORSE OPEN SLEIGH. 

JOAN DE LA MOTTE, a play in six tableaus 
& three entracts by George W. Tepa. 
104 1, © George W. Tepa; 3Feb67; 
DU67786 . 

JOAN OF ARC, by Ben Hecht. I50 1. 
A screenplay. Appl. author: Van- 
guard Films, Inc., employer for hire. 
© A.Morgan Maree, Jr. & Bank of Amer- 
ica National Trust & Savings Assn., 
executors of the Estate of David 0. 
Selznlck; 31May67; DU68902. 

JOAN OF ARC AT REIMS, an opera In one 
act, text & music by Henry Rauscher, 
pseud, of Henry S. Humphreys. Opus 93. 
:i07 p. © Henry S. Humphreys; 
10Feb67; DP6306. 



JOHN ADAMS, by Kaysons International. 
8 1. (The Presidents speak) Record- 
ing script. © Kaysons International, 
Ltd.; 21Mar67; C19302. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: A QUES- 
TION OF GUILT. Commentator: G. Ed- 
ward Griffin. 61. A recording 
script. Appl. author: John Birch 
Society, employer for hire. © John 
Birch Scoiety; 20Apr67; CI9397. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: AID TO 
THE ENEMY. Commentator: Reed A. 
Benson. 6 1. A recording script. 
® John Birch Society; 9Mar67; 
019251. 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: CIVIL 
DISOBEDIENCE. Commentator: G. Edward 
Griffin. 6 1. Recording script. 
© John Birch Society; 23Jan67; 
C19125 • 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: FATHER, 
WHERE SHALL I WORK TODAY? Commentator: 
Tom Anderson (Thomas J. Anderson) 
51. A recording script. © John 
Birch Society; 9Mar67; C19254. 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: REVEREND 
WES AUGER, INTERVIEW NO.l. Commenta- 
tor: John H. Rousselot. 6 1. Record- 
ing script. © John Birch Society; 
23Jan67; C19127. 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: REVEREND 
WES AUGER, INTERVIEW NO. 2. Commenta- 
tor: John H. Rousselot. 6 1. Record- 
ing script. © John Birch Society; 
£3 Jan 67; CI9126. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: STRAIGHT 
TALK TO YOUNG PEOPLE. Commentator: 
Thomas J. Anderson. 5 1. A record- 
ing script. © John Birch Society; 
28Mar67; C194O0. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE DRUG, 
L.S.D. Commentator: John H. 
Rousselot. 51. A recording script. 
Appl. author: John Birch Society, 
employer for hire. © John Birch 
Society; 20Apr67; CI9398. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
MEANING OF A REPUBLIC. Commentator: 
G. Edward Griffin. 8 1. A record- 
ing script. © John Birch Society: 
l6Feb67; CI9207. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
MISSING WITNESS. Commentator: 
G. Edward Griffin. 6 1. A recording 
script. © John Birch Society; 
9Mar67; C19252. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
SUNSET STRIP . Commentator: John H. 
Rousselot. 51. A recording script. 
® John Birch Society, Inc.; l6Feb67; 
C19208. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 

W. E. B. DU BOIS CLUBS. Commentator: 
Gary Allen. 5 1. A recording 
script. © John Birch Society, Inc.; 
l6Feb67; CI9206. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THIS IS 
A CONFESSION. CommentatoD': Tom 
Anderson (Thomas J. Anderson) 5 1. 
© John Birch Society, Inc.; l6Feb67: 
CI9209. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: TRADE 
AND TREASON. Commentator: Reed A. 
Benson. 6 1. A recording script. 
Appl. author; John Birch Society, 
employer for hire. © John Birch 
Society; 20Apr67; 019399. 



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Jan -June 



THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: VIETNAM. 
Commentator: Robert Welch. 6 1. 
A recording script. © John Birch 
Society; 9Mar67; C19253. 

JOHN F. KENNEDY, by Kaysons Internation- 
al. 6 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; C19285. 

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 8 1. (The Presidents sp ak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; C19306. 

JOHN XXIII, THE POPULATION EXPLOSION, 
AND PAUL VI, by Roland I. Pritikin. 
3 1. © Roland I. Pritikin; 
23Mar67; CI9315. 

JOHN TYLER, by Kaysons International. 
7 1. (The Presidents speak) Record- 
ing script. © Kaysons International, 
Ltd.; 21Mar67; C19310. 

JOHNNY APPLESEED, a musical play by 
John B. Davidson. 1 v. © John B. 
Davidson; 27Apr67; DU68552 . 

JOHNNY APPLESEED IN THE OHIO TERRITORY; 
recording script by Peter Haas. 5 1. 
© Peter Haas; 22Mar67; 01932'*. 

JOS MONTFERRAND A POINTE-GATINEAU, 
un drame avec musique par John 
Marler. 59 1. 2 actes. Book 
& lyrics only. © John R... Marler; 
24Apr67; DU68586. 

JOSEPH STALIN; or The Kremlin conspiracy. 
Drama in 3 acts, 6 scenes by 
Nicholas Kairez. 82 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 1957. NM: revisions. 
© Nicholas Kairez; 31May67; DU6889O. 

JOSHUA, a drama in one act by 
Marvin Alyn Brodsky. 69 1. 
© Marvin Alyn Brodsky; 19Apr67; 
DU68475 ■ 

JOSHUA, by Gordon A. Shomaker, Jr. 
77 1. A play. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1959, '*9358. NM: additions. 
© Gordon Shomaker; 8Feb67; DU67959. 

UN JOUR, J'AI RENCONTRE LA VERITE, par 
Fellcien Marceau, pseud, de Louis 
Carette. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Fellcien Marceau; 27Mar67; 
DU68736 . 
JOURNEY, by Allan Knee. 27 1. 
A play in I6 scenes. © Allan 
Knee; 27Jan67; DU67717 . 
JOURNEY IN FOREVER, a new musical play 
in two acts. Book & lyrics by 
A. Grant Olson, music & additional 
lyrics by J. Geoffrey Colton. 1 v. 
© A. Grant Olson & J. Geoffrey 
Colton; 20Mar67; DU683II. 

THE JOURNEY OF THE FIFTH HORSE AND 
HARRY, NOON AND NIGHT; two plays by 
Ronald Rlbman. Boston, Little, Brown. 
252 p. © Ronald Ribman; 22Mar67; 
A899225 . 

A JOURNEY TO BETHLEHEM, a Christmas 
pageant by Lillian K. Haversat. 
12 1. © Lillian Kerr Haversat; 
7Feb67; DU679t6. 

JOURNEY TO SPAIN. See 

THE MiiRINE AND THE GYPSY GIRL, 
JOYRIDE, a play with music in one act, 
5 scenes; music & lyrics by Simon 
Sargon. 10"* p. © Simon Sargon; 
10Feb67; DU67817. 
JUDAISM'S COMING GOLDEN AGE: THE 
PROMISE AND PROSPECT OF AMERICAN 
JEWRY, by Martin A. Cohen. 9 1. 
® National Jewish Welfare Board; 
26jun67; CI965O. 



THE JUDAS APPLAUSE, a play in two acts 
by Gary Munn. 1 v. © Gary Munn; 
15Mar67; DU683'*7. 

THE JUDAS TREE, a musical drama of 
Judas Iscariot, poetry & prose by 
Thomas Blackburn, music by Peter 
Dickinson. ' London, Novello. 67 p. 
3 parts. ® Novello & Co., Ltd.; 
lFeb67; DFO-1539. 

JUDI LAURIE AND HER PUPPET GOVERNMENT, 
by Judl Laurie, pseud, of Judl 
Aven-Hen & A. Aven-Hen. 17 1. 
A show consisting of famous political 
figures represented in the form of 
of dummies. © Judl Laurie Aven-Hen; 
l4Apr57; DU68431. 

JUDO WAS HIS WEAPON, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Kenneth M. Carl. JO 1. © Kenneth M. 
Carl; 8jun67; DU68881. 

JUDY, THE STORY OF A FAMILY IN DIS- 
TRESS, by Irving H. Robinson. 63 1. 
A play in 3 scenes. © James Messin- 
ger 8: William J. O'Brien; 3Jan67; 
DU67559. 

JULIET IN MANTUA; being the account of 
the sojourn in Mantua of Romeo & 
Juliet, 8c their return to Verona by 
Robert Nathan. 1st ed . New York, 
A. A. Knopf. Ill p. 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1955, DU40541 & 
1965, DU63840. NM: additions & 
revision. © Robert Nathan; 12Sep66; 
DP6281* . 

JULIUS CAESAR; commentary, complete 

text, glossary, edited by Sidney Lamb. 
Lincoln, Neb., Cliff's Notes. 70 p. 
(Complete study ed. ) 5 acts. Appl. 
author: Clifton K. Hillegass, employer 
for hire. NM: additions 5: revisions. 
© C. K. Hillegass; 9Mar67; A896666. 

JUNEBUG GRADUATES TONIGHT'. A play by 
Archie Shepp. 53 1. 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Archie Shepp; 
29Mar67; DU68238. 

DER JUNGE LORD (The young milord) 
Komische Oper In zwei Akten von 
Ingeborg Bachmann, Muslk von Hans 
Werner Henze, English version by 
Eugene Walter. Mainz, B. Schott ' s 
Sohne. 542 p. (Edition Schott, 585O) 
Nach elner Parabel aus Der Schelk von 
Alexandria und seine Sklaven von 
Wllhelm Hauff. English & German. 
Klavler-Auszug. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DFO-1371. NM: English version. 
© B. Schott's Sohne; 25Nov66; DFO-1541. 

JUNGLE OF CITIES AND OTHER PLAYS, by 
Berthold Brecht. Jungle of cities, 
translated by Anselm Hollo; Drums 
in the night, translated by Frank 
Jones; Roundheads and peakheads, 
translated by N. Goold-Verschoyle. 
New York, Grove Press. 28^ p. ^ (An 
Evergreen black cat book, BC-89, 
NM: translation of Roundheads and 
peakheads & notes. © Grove Press, 
Inc.; 28Mar66; DP6542. 

JUNGLE WITHOUT TREES; libretto, words & 

music by Ernest M. Hubbert. 1 v. 

2 acts. © Ernest M. Hubbert; 20Mar67; 

DU68121. 
JUPITER i By Radnona Asnyk, pseud, of 

Anna Ordynski. 8 1. (Guess what, 

series VII) © Anna Ordynski; 

31May67; 019519- 

JUST A SECRETARY; script for a color 
sound slidefllm . . . prepared espe- 
cially for First National City Bank 
by Gotham Film Productions. 17 1. 
© First National City Bank; 24Mayb7; 
CI9495. 



JUST HOW THIN IS THE LINE? An original 
story written 5: adapted for television 
by James A. Walls. 32 1. © James A. 
Walls; 19May67; DU68887. 

JUST TAURUS AND ME, a half hour comedy 
series for television by Marvin Sand- 
berg. 35 1. ® Marvin Sandberg; 
27Feb67; DU67928. 

JUST TRY IT, written by Fredric D, 
Ramey. 1 v. A play in 6 scenes. 
© Fredric Darryl Ramey; 17Feb67; 
DU67840. 

JUSTICE, by Phillip S. Gelb. 50 1. 
A long one-act play. © Phillip S. 
Gelb; 29May67; DU68928. 

A JUXTAPOSITION: LIFE AND DEATH, a 
play to be performed on a mobile 
stage by Annabelle Farmelant. 1 v. 
© Annabelle Farmelant; l8Apr67; 
DU68452. 



K 



KEEP AN EAR TO THE JAMPOT, a play in 
nine scenes by Lynn Lee. 1 v. 
© Lynn Lee; 9Feb67; DU67808. 

KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Marshall Heinlsch. 32 1- 
© Marshall Heinlsch; 27Mar67; 
DU68197 . 

KEEP THE FAITH BABY; words by Adam 
Clayton Powell. 2 sheets. 
® Bright Tunes Music Corp.; I8jan67; 
CI9124 . 

KEEP THE FAITH BABY; words by Adam 
Clayton Powell & C. Sumner Stone. 
Sheet. © Bright Tunes Music Corp.; 
l4Feb67; CI9186. 

KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE STABS, by Clifford 
W. Stone. 2 sheets. A filmstrlp 
svrlpt. © Clifford W. Stone; lMay67; 
CI9417. 



KENNWORT FORTINBRAS; ein Akt von Stefan 
Vajda. [Vienna] Universal Edition. 
27 p. ©Universal Edition, A.G.; 
4nov66; DFO-1494. 

THE KEY GAME, a new play by William 
Dorsey Blake. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© William Dorsey Blake; 22May67; 
DU68741. 

THE KID FROM TERRE HAUTE; music & 
lyrics by Edward J. Lakso, book by 
Steve Fisher & Edward J. Lakso. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Based on 
Mr. Fisher's Random House novel 
Giveaway. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Will the real Eddie Shelton please 
stand up?, 15Feb65, DU62281. © Ed- 
ward J. Lakso & Steve Fisher; 
28Mar67; DU58371. 

A KIND OF JUSTICE, a play by Margaret 
Wood, suggested by the poem by F. L. 
Lucas. London, S. French. 18 p. 
(French's acting edition) © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; Iljul66; DFO-I503. | 

A KIND OF TREASON; screenplay by 
Tadeusz Z. Danlelewski. 113 1- 
Based on a novel by Robert S. 
Elegant. © Tadeusz Z. Danlelewski; 
lMar67; DU68012. 

KING ARTHUR AND HIS MAGIC SWORD, by 
Marcy Venables (Marcia Brownson 
Venables) 30 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Marcy Venables; 21Jun67; J1U69019. 



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1967 



KING BORU, a play in three acts by 
Irvrin Chocheles. 120 1. © Irwin 
Chocheles; 26jun67; DU69046. 



THE KING HAS SENT FOR NELLY, by Dorothy 
J. Strudwiok. 142 1. A play in 5 
acts. © Dorothy J. Strudwick; 
21Jun67; DU69012. 

A KING IN ONE PLACE, a play in three 
acts by Dana M. Tremayne (Mark Dana 
Tremayne) 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Drinking song, 29Apr66, 
DU65607. NM: revisions. © Dana M. 
Tremayne; 15Feb67; DU67818. 

KING LEAR. See 

TRAGEDIES Hi ROMEO AND JULIET, 
OTHELLO, KING LEAR. 

THE KING OF THE ALPS AITO THE MISAN- 
THROPE, a roraantic-comic fairytale 
with music in three acts by Ferdinand 
Raimund; translated from the German 
& adapted by Erwin Tramer. 112 1. 
Book & lyrics only. ® Erwin Tramer; 
21Jun67; DU69OI3. 

KING OF THE CASTLE, by Nevil Malln, 
Introd. by Simon Phlpps. London, 
S. French. I6 p. (French's acting 
edition) © Samuel French, Ltd.; 
30ct66; DFO-1506. 

KING OF THE VINEYARD, by Carl V. Abrams . 
23 1. A play. © Carl V. Abrams; 
31May67; DU68885 . 

KING SOLOMON'S JUDGEMENT, a play in 
three scenes by Anda Amir (Anda 
Amir Pinkerfeld) New York, Jewish 
Education Committee Press. I8 p. 
© Jewish Education Committee of New 
York, Inc.; 15Jun65; DP6352. 

THE KINGDOM OF THE SAINTS, by Larry 
Smucker. 93 1. A screenplay. 
© Larry Franklin Smucker; 27Feb67; 
DU67919. 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



THE KINGDOM OF UTOPIA, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Marion E. McMahon. 30 1. 
© Marion E. McMahon; 14jun67; 
DU6895I. 

KINGS AND DEVILS, by Marino Pelaez. 
24 1. A play in 3 acts. ©Marino 
Pelaez; 3Mar67; DU68358. 

A KISS FOR A LIFETIME, a play in one 
act by Richard E. Cottrell. 11 1. 
© Richard E. Cottrell; 29May67; 
DU68802. 

KITCHEN. See 
KITCHENETTE. 

KITCHENETTE, by Ronald Tavel. A play. 
(In Partisan review, spring 1957, 
p. 233-250) Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Kitchen, 29Nov65, DU64825. NM: 
additions & revisions. ©Ronald 
Tavel; 27Apr67; DP6376. 

KITTEN SITTIM', an original teleplay by 
Mildred Dumas. 32 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 5Jul66; DU66188. NM: 
revision. © Mildred Dumas; 25Jan67; 
DU6770I . 

KLASS, RAYMOND N. 

Iowa automobile negligence kit. 
Binders 1-2. © lAuo;39; AA308688. 
Ann Klass (W); 6Feb67; R403227 . 

KLOPPING, THE ART OF JEWISH KARATE, 
a theatrical revue by Michael 
Robert David & Calvin Ander. 1 v. 
® Michael Robert David & Calvin 
Ander; 3Apr67; DU68591. 



THE KNIFE FIGHTERS, by Bert Williams 
(Bertram Roger Williams) 124 1. 
A screenplay. © Bert Williams; 
20Apr57;DU68500. 

THE KNIGHTS OP THE STEPS, by Robert 
Campbell & Mervyn Murphy. I4l 1. 
A play in 5 acts. © Robert Camp- 
bell & Mervyn Murphy; 29May67; 
DU68798. 

KDNIG DROSSELBART; M4rchen in einem 
Vorspiel und sieben Bildern von R. D. 
Michael, pseud, von Robert Dittmann. 
[Vienna] Universal Edition. 96 t>. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; 28DecS6; 
DFO-1533. 



KREMLIN CONSPIRACY. 
JOSEPH STALIN. 



See 



KRISTEN VETENSKAP: JELIGIONEN FOE EN 
VETENSKAPLIG TIDSALDER (Christian 
Science: Religion for a scientific 
age) Av Gordon F. Campbell. I8 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 200ct65, 
CI8911. © Gordon F. Campbell; 
15May67; C19584. 



THE LABYRINTH, a short play in one 
act by Robert Michael Zibel. 39 1. 
© Robert Michael Zibel; 10Feb67; 
DP6355 . 



THE LACE JUNGLE, a satire by Rosella 
McQuain. 17 1. One act. © Rosella 
Dell Mcftuain; 6Apr67; DU68324. 

LADIES' DAY, a new comedy in three 
acts by Leslie Stevens. I v. 
© Leslie Stevens; 8Mar67; DU68050. 



LADIES OF THE PALMEATER HOME, a comedy 
by Penny Grill. 6I 1. 2 acts. 
© Penny Grill; llMay67; DU6866I. 

LADY AMD THE TIGERS, a play in one act 
by Bob Pelnberg & Jack Wohl. 
12 1. e Bob Peinberg & Jack Wohl; 
13Mar67; DU68454. 

LADY AUDLEY'S SECRET, an original 
adaptation by John T. Baker. 43 1. 
A play in 3 acts. From a play by 
C. H. Hazlewood, based on a novel by 
Mary Elizabeth Braddon. © John T. 
Baker; 28jun67; DU69059. 

THE LADY LINGERS, by Douglas Farr, 
pseud, of Charles Bernard Gilford. 
Kansas City, Mo., Play House. 14 p. 
© Douglas Farr; lSep63; DP628l. 

THE LADY WHO LOOKED LIKE A BULLDOG, 
a play in one act by Richard Culter. 
13 1. © Richard Eugene Culter; 
10Apr67; DU58382. 

LADY WINDERMERE'S DAH, a dramatico- 
musical composition by Arch Alfred 
McKillen. 68 1. 4 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Arch Alfred McKil- 
len; 26Apr67; DU68596. 

EIN LANDARZT; A country doctor Von 
Hans Werner Henze; Oper in einem Akt 
nach der Novelle von Franz Kafka; 
English translation by Wesley Balk; 
vocal score von Heinz Moehn. Mainz, 
B. Schott's Sbhne. 63 p. (Edition 
Schott 5674) Klavlerauszug. NM: 
Music, translation & vocal score 
© B. Schott's S'Shne; 20Dec65; 
DP6269. 

THE LANDLADY, by Stephen R. Macht. 
15 1. A play in 2 scenes. 
© Stephen R. Macht; 24Apr67; 
DU68525 ■ 



25 



THE LANGUAGE EXPERIENCE APPROACH, 
an interpretation by Audrey R. 
Hinds. 15 1. Script. © Audrey 
R. Hinds; 27Apr67; CI9459. 

LAPIS LAZULI, a film by Stephen 
Frederic Verona, written by Larry 
Alexander. 104 1. © Stephen 
Frederic Verona & Larry Alexander; 
12Apr67; DU68405. 

LASSIE'S REVENGE, by William F. Dugan & 
Eunice H. Quennell. 8 1. A lecture 
® William F. Dugan & Eunice H. 
Quennell; 27Feb67; CI9232. 

THE LAST DAYS OF THE UNITED STATES 
a drama in three acts by Raymond'j. 
Marschalk, Sr. I83 1. © Raymond J. 
Marschalk, Sr.; 19Jun67; DU68994 . 

THE LAST LOST WEEKEND OF MISSIONARY 
PEALE, a tragicomedy for one char- 
acter by Keith Spencer Felton. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Keith Spencer Felton; 
27Apr67; DU68547. 

THE LAST TRUMPET; screenplay by Bernard 
Gordon & Julian Halevy. 1 v. 
Appl. author: Security Pictures, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Security Pic- 
tures, Inc.; 9Feb67; DU67760. 

LATE BLOOMING FLOWERS, after the 

novel by Anton Chekhov, adapted for 
the stage by Tim Kelly a.k.a. Timothy 
Joseph Kelley. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Tim Kelly; 17Jan67; DU67740. 

THE LATE LATE SHOW, a comedy in one act 
by Randolph Carter. 27 1. 
© Randolph Carter; 21Jun67; DU69OIO. 

LATER, THE SAME DAY, by Leo Skir. 

22 1. A play in 2 scenes. Includes 
lyrics to 1 song. © Leo Skir; 
27Mar67; DU68181. 

THE LAUNDROMAT- DAY, an original one-act 
play by Roger N. Cornish. 37 1. 
© Roger N. Cornish; 20Apr67: 
DU68502. 



LAURETTE; cu, L' amour voleur. Comedie 
en deux actes et trois tableaux de 
Marcelle Maurette & Marc Gilbert 
Sauvajon. 1 v. © Marcelle Maurette 
& Marc Gilbert Sauvajon; 29Dec66; 
DU67651. 

THE LAW OF LIFE, an original story 
written & adapted f&r television 
by Jimmie Jones. 29 1. © Jimmie 
Jones; 5Apr67; DU68458. 

LAW UHTO HIMSELF, by D. Mike Yates 
(Doyle N. Yates) 132 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Doyle N. Yates; 
6Mar67; DU68030. 

LAY-DEES AN' MISTUS, a one act play 
by Piri Thomas. 25 1. © Piri 
Thomas; 6Mar67; DU68034. 

LEARN FROM A BACKWARD DAVENPORT, a play 
for the theater in three acts by 
Wallace Salter. 1 v. © Wallace 
Salter; l6jun67; DU69034 . 

THE LEARNED LADIES, a comedy in five 
acts by Roger Herzel. 54 ]. 
Adapted from Moliere ' s Les femmes 
savantes. © Roger W. Herzel; 
3Apr67; DU68410. 

EEARMING, BUT THE HARD WAY, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Dorothy A. Bingham. 30 1. 
© Dorothy A. Bingham; 23May67; 
DU68815 . 

LEARNING, BUT THE HARD WAY, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Dorothy A. Bingham. 30 1. 
© Dorothy A. Bingham; I4jun67; 
DU68961. ' ■ 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



LEARNING TO MULTIPLY WHOLE NUMBERS, 
LESSON ONE, by Vance F. McKean. 
1 V. © Vance F. McKean; 6Feb67; 
CI9179. 

LECTURE AMD DEMONSTRATION ON THE GENTLE 
ART OF PERSUASION, by John E. C. 
Taylor. 2 1. ® John E. C. Taylor; 
llApr67; C19377. 

THE LEDGE, a comedy In three acts by 
George Lefferts. 79 1- ® George 
Lefferts; 50Mar67; DU68332. 

LEGACY FOR TOMORROW, by Pat Slkes Stern- 
berg. 107 1. A play In J acts. 
© Pat Sikes Sternberg; 5Apr67; 
DU685 12 . 

THE LEGEND OF A SUMMER PLACE, an 
original story written & adapted 
for television by Edward Brzozowski. 
31 1. © Edward Brzozowski; 27Mar57; 
DU68195 • 

THE LEGEND OF HOLE IN THE ROCK, by 

Helen James. 64 1. A play in i acts. 
i£) Helen James; 2'(Apr67; DU68552. 

LEGEND OF THE CHERRY TREE, by Phyllis 
Fenn Cunningham. 5 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Phyllis Fenn Cunningham; 
6jun67; DU688t2. 

LEROY AND THE ARK, by Allen Davis III. 
30 1. A play in 5 scenes. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 10Jul64, DU6o646. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Allen 
Davis III; l8Apr67; DU68it49. 

LESSON NO.l. 81. Recording script. 
© Self-Hypnosis Development Center, 
Inc.; 10May67; C19528. 

LESSON NO. 2. 3 1. Recording script. 
® Self -Hypnosis Development Center, 
Inc.; 10May67; C19529. 

LESSON NO. 3. 2 1. Recording script. 
© Self -Hypnosis Development Center, 
Inc.; 10May67; C19530. 

LESTER THE JESTER; or. The royal 
playmate. By W. Randolph Galvln, 
Jr. 30 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© W. Randolph Galvin, Jr.; 21Jun67; 
DU69067 . 

LET FREEDOM RING, a play in two acts 
by John B. Saye. 1 v. With music. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 21Dec65 , 
DU64691. NM: revisions & additions. 
© John B. Saye; 10May67; DU68658. 

LET YOUR OLD MAN DO ALL THE WORK. See 
FIN NESS AND THE UNSCALEABLES . 

LETHE AND MIMIR WHERE PEOPLE GATHER, 
a play in two acts by Peter Copani 
with James Nisbet Clark. 1 v. 
© Peter Copani (Eric Spiros) & 
James Nisbet Clark; l6jan67; DU67742. 

LET'S GO SHOPPING, an exciti.ng & unique 
TV show in color, daily, local area, 
15 or 30 minutes duration created by 
Irv Gottheiraer (Irving Gottheimer) 
6 1. Script. © Irving Gottheiraer; 
28Mar67; C19344 . 

LET'S MAKE A PLAY, by Lawrence S. 
Charfoos. 22 1. A play in 3 acts. 
Adaptation of the Three little pigs 
fairy tale. © L. S. Charfoos; 
24Apr67; DU68588. 

LET'S MAKE A SLIDE-FILM. 11 1. -A 
filmstrlp script. © Sears, Roebuck 
& Co.; 6Feb67; CI9386. 

LET'S PUT ON A PURIM PLAY! A musical 
play in rhyme by Didian Goldberg, 
musical arrangement by James Donenfeld. 
Dee Gee Publishers. 1 v. 1 act. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1953, 
DU33065. NM: musical arrangement. 
® Didian Goldberg; 23Feb67; DP6335 . 



LETTER TO JESUS; gospel recitative, 
by Inez Andrews. 3 1. © Lion 
Pub. Co., Inc.; l4Mar67; C19319. 

A LETTER TO SALINA; motion picture 
script by David Burroughs, pseud, 
of Gary Erail Schmidt. 31 1- 
© David Burroughs; 3Feb67; DU67969- 

THE LIBRARY, by Carlos Maggl, trans- 
lated by William I. Oliver. 87 1. 
A play in 3 acts. ® William I. 
Oliver; 2Peb67; DU6796O. 

LIBRARY INSTRUCTION. See 
THE CARD CATALOG. 

EL LIBRO DEL ANDREO MARTIN, by Sherwln 
W. Howard. 119 1- A play with 
music. Book & lyrics only. 
© Sherwln W. Howard; 13Feb67; 
DU67954 . 

LIGHTER DER NACHT; Musical in sechs 
Bildern von Thomas Fluch 5: Werner 
Schneyder, Musik von Peter Riegel, 
pseud, of Otto Dinnebier. '[Vienna] 
Universal Edition. 105 p. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; l6Dec66; 
DFO-I540. 

LIFE AND LOVES OF DEAN JONATHAN SWIFT. 

FAREWELL TO GREATNESS: 

LIFE CAN BE FANCY, a romantic com.edy in 
three acts by Rose Grieco. 1 v. 
® Rose Florence Grieco; 20Mar67; 
DU68290. 

LIFE IN CELL BLOCK XIII. See 
GLADIOLA THE LIBRARIAN. 

LIFE IN THE COUNTRY, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Ken McDonald. 30 1. 
® Ken McDonald; 5Apr67; DU68463. 

LIFE IS MORE THAN f LOOK, by James W. 
Clrtain. Sheet. © Jam.es W. Cirtain; 
6Feb67; C19448. 



LIFE OF MARIE DRESSLER. 
SWAN SONG. 



See 



LIFE OF MY FATHER, GENERAL HARRIS, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Edith Ward. 
30 1. © Edith Ward; 19May67; 
DU6 



LIFE UNAFRAID. See 

EN TILVAERELSE UDEN FRYGT. 

LIFEGUARD. See 
PROGRAMME . 

LIKE SWEET BELLS JANGLED, by Nell 
Vipond. 76 1. A play. © Neil C. 
Vipond; 2liFeb67; DU68085 . 

A LILY IN LITTLE INDIA, a comedy by 
Donald Howarth. London, S. French. 
63 p. (French's acting edition) 
3 acts. ® Donald Howarth; 8Aug66; 

DFO-l!(98. 

LINCOLN (Abraham Lincoln) By Kaysons 
International. 7 1. (The Presidents 
speak) Recording script. © Kaysons 
International, Ltd.; 21Mar67; C19300. 

LINCOLN, PART TWO, by Robert Manns, 
pseud, of Robert G. Brown. 88 1. 
A play. © Robert G. Brown; 30Mar67; 
DU68244 . 

LINCOLN SLEPT HERE, by Lynn B. Kohner. 
27 1. A play. ® Lynn B. Kohner; 
23Mar67; DU6817I. 

LINDA, by Danny Davis, Julie Kay & 
Jackie Vernon. 2 1. A monologue. 
© Davliz Music Corp.; 26Jan67; 
CI9118. 



THE LINE OF SUCCESSION, by N. S. Rob- 
bins. 57 1. A play. © N. S. Rob- 
bins; 21Jun67; DU69020. 

LINEN DEPARTMENT, by N. S. Robblns. 
12 1. A play. © N. S. Robblns; 
25Jan67; DU67636. 

THE LION IN WINTER, by James Goldman. 
New York, Random House. 110 p. 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
A day in the life of Henry the 
second, 1964, DU6o4l4. NM: editorial 
revision & additions. © James Gold- 
man; 12Sep66; DP6289. 

A LION'S TALE, by Children's Theatre 
Committee of the Junior League of 
Philadelphia. 15 1. A musical 
play in 3 acts. © Junior League 
of Philadelphia; 9Mar67; DU68058. 

THE LISBON AFFAIR, an original dramatic 
narrative by Mark Balfour. 3 1. 
NM: revision. © Mark Balfour; 
24May67; C19496. 

THE LITERAT'JRE OF AMERICA, VOL.4: 
Modern drama, poetry, and essavs; 
Julian L. Maline, James Berkley, 
general editors. Syracuse [N.Y.] 
L. W. Singer Co. 38O p. (Singer/ 
Random House literature series) 
NM: additions. © L. W. Singer Co., 
Inc.; 3Jan67; A891133. 

LITTLE BROTHER, by D. Devaney. Sheet. 
© Silver Star Music Pub. Co., Inc. 8c 
Francis & Marvin Music; 10Feb67; 
CI9403. 

A LITTLE CONSCIENCE MONEY, by Leo 
Goldman. 84 1. A screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 7Jul66, 
DU66218. I'M: additional text. 
® Leo Goldman; 17May67; DU68721. 

THE LITTLE DIPPER, a musical drama in 
folk style, three acts. Book, script 
& lyrics by Diane Ward, pseud, of 
Corajane Diane Bunce, music by 
Hoseann Hammill. 333 1- APPl- 
states prev. reg. 10Apr57, DU44543. 
NM: addition. ® Hoseann Hammill 8c 
Corajane Diane Bunce; 25Jan67; 
DU67705 . 

LITTLE HARD WORK AGES A GENTLEMAN. See 
THE ROYAL ROGUES. 

THE LITTLE LOST STAR, by Laurel 
Clendenen. 12 1. A recording 
script. © Laurel E. Clendenen; 
3Apr67; C1936;i- 

THE LITTLE MAID, a one act, two scene 
play by Betty Lou Borland. 11 1. 
© Betty Lou Borland; 30Mar67; 
DU684l8. 

LITTLE MISTER, a musical comedy in two 
acts. Story, play & lyrics by Don 
Taggart (Donald Barnett Taggart) 
music by Ed Greene, pseud, of Edward 
Greenberg; music book 8c mus'ic by Don 
Taggart h Ed Greene. 1 v. © Donald 
Barnett Taggart & Edward Greenberg; 
19Jun67; DU68993. 



LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC. 
THREE PLAYS. 



See 



THE LITTLE TIN HORN, a new Christmas 
story," story by Francis L. Harvey 
music by Bob Voss (Robert Voss) 
1 v. A screenplay. © Francis L. 
Harvey k Bob Voss; 17Apr67; DU68440. 

LITTLE, UNIMPORTANT THINGS, a play 
in one act by Wra. .Barth Osmundsen. 
91. © William Barth Osmundsen; 
2Sep66; DP6369. 



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27 



THE LITTLE WHITE SCHOOL HOUSE, an 

original story written & adapted for 
television by Linda Roberts. 31 I. 
© Linda Roberts; 31Mar67; DU682l*9. 

LITTLE WOMEN. See 
A MERRY CHRISTMAS. 

LIVE ONES. See 
HI HON, I'M HOME. 

LIVING IN THE WORKSHOP OP THE INFINITE, 
by Elmer H. Bosshardt. 13 1. 
® Elmer H. Bosshardt; 9Dec66; 
CI9316. 

LA LOCOMOTIVE; comedie en 2 acts de 
Andrfe Roussln. 1 v. © Andre 
Roussin; 9Feb67; DU68260. 

LOLLIPOP ISLAND, a operetta for the 
primary grades by Herbert T.. 
Janowsky. New York, E. A. 
Middleton. 12 p. © Emanuel A. 
Mlddleton; 30Dec66; DP6548. 

LONELIEST SOLDIER, by James R. Hower- 
ton. 4 1. © James R. Howerton; 
29May67; C19515. 

LONELINESS, act II, scene IV from An 
American montage, a dance-drama by 
lovanna Lloyd Wright. 5 1. 
© lovanna Lloyd Wright; llMay67; 
DP638O. 

A LONELY HEART, the life of Johannes 
Brahms in story and songs by Pitzroy 
Davis. 16 1. ® Pitzroy Davis; 
25Apr67; C19593. 

LONG AGO AND FAR AWAY, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Lena P. La Rue. 30 1 . © Lena P 
La Rue; 20Mar67; DU683O3. 

THE LONG EXPERIMENT, a play in one 
scene by John K. Pitzpatrick.. 1 v. 
© John Kenneth Pitzpatrick; 23Mar67; 
DU68176. 

LONGMAN'S JOURNEY; written by Robinson 
Stockham, pseud, of Linda Juanita 
Stockham. 18 1 . A screenplay. 
© Linda Juanita Stockham; 9Jan67; 
DU67585. 

LOOK AT IT THEIR WAY; recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 9 1. © Olds- 
mobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; Ijun67; CI9565. 

LOOK AT m BODY IT'S WILD, a comedy by 
Raymond Carlson. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Raymond Carlson; 21Peb67; DU67979. 

LOOK BACK TO THE HILL, a play for 
chancel or stage by Don A. Mueller 
(Donald A. Mueller) 6I 1. © Don A 
Mueller; 17Mar67; DU68119. 

LOOK NORTH TO THE FUTURE, a play in 
three acts by Dana M. Tremayne 
(Mark Dana Tremayne) 1 v 
DUsItoj"" ^^^""^y"^' 26May67; 

LOPSIDED LOVESEAT. See 

A HANDY GIRL TO HAVE AROUND. 

THE LORD OUR KING, written by Edna E. 
Patalon. 117 1. A play in 28 acts. 
© Edna E. Patalon; 27Feb67; ^67924 . 

THE LOST MINE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
John R. Rifen. 33 1. © John R. 
Rlfen; 19May67; DU68886. 
LOST POTENTIAL (Youth for tomorrow); 
author: Virgil D. Jones. 9 1. 
A play in 5 scenes. © Virgil D. 
Jones & Laura J. Jones; 20 Jan 67 ; 
DU67677. 



LOST VALLEY, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Mrs. Clay 
Kerby. 30 1. © Mrs. Clay Kerby; 
28Apr67; DU68678. 

LOUISE, a one act play by John P. 
Shevlin. 23 1. © John F. Shevlin; 
31May67; DU68812. 



love among the squares, 
chrissie; 



See 



LOVE AND BLESSINGS, by Ruth Pallock. 
1 V. A musical drama in 3 acts. 
© Ruth Pallock; 2Mar67; DU68015 . 



LOVE AND WAR, by David Allan Whynn, 
pseud, of David A. Lookard; music 
by William B. Lockard. 21 1. 
A play in 3 scenes with music. 
Book & lyrics only. © David A. 
Lockard; 30Jun67; DU69079. 

LOVE AT THE PAIR, an original musical 
comedy in three acts by John J. 
Dlnda, William & Madeliene Callahan. 
36 1. Book & lyrics only. © John 
J. Dinda, William & Madeliene 
Callahan; 20Mar67; DU68l't7 . 

LOVE FOR LOVE, by William Congreve; 
edited by Em.mett L. Avery. Lincoln, 
University of Nebraska Press. 147 p. 
(Regents restoration drama series) 
5 acts. NM; Introd., 2 appendixes Jfc 
copious text. ©University of 
Nebraska Press; 31Jan67 (in notice: 
1966); A893784. 

LOVE FOR LOVE, by William Congreve. 
Presented by National Theatre of 
Great Britain; production by Peter 
Wood. 1 V. 5 acts. © Radio Corp. 
of America; 30Sep66; A897648. 

LOVE FOR MOTHER ERASES FEAR OP DEATH, 
by Thelma Levenkron. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Thelma Levenkron; 
29Mar67; DU684l6. 

LOVE IS A FOUR LETTER WORD, a play in 
one act by Christopher Jonas. 22 1. 
© Christopher Jones; 23J'an67; 
DU6785I. 

LOVE IS A FOUR LETTER WORD, by 
Philip Lanza. 1 v. A musical 
play. © Philip Lanza; 26May67: 
DU68930. 

LOVE IS A FUNNY THING, by Salvatore 
Baslle, Jr. 2 1. A play in 6 
scenes. © Salvatore Basile, Jr.; 
28Mar67; DU682I3. 

LOVE IS A MAGNET, a Christmas play in 
two acts by Betty Lou Borland. 23 1. 
© Betty Lou Borland; 30Mar67; 
DU68417. 

LOVE IS NOT ENOUGH, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Ingrid Guidry. 30 1. © Ingrid 
Guidry; 23Feb67; DU67899. 

LOVE ON A WIDE SCREEN, a play in three 
acts by Mary Nordstrom & John M. 
Byrne. 144 1. © John M. Byrne & 
Mary Nordstrom; 17Feb67j DU67838. 

LOVE STORY, a comedy by Roma Greth. 
72 1. 3 acts. © Roma Greth; 
7Feb57; DU67958. 

LOVE 3, a play in three acts by Edith 
Rosnay, pseud, of Edith Wilson. 
1 V, © Edith Wilson; 6Peb67; 
DU67796 . 

THE LOVE TREE, by Joyce Johns (Joyce 
J. Howard) & Ron Falk (Ronald P. 
Falk) 51 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Joyce Johns & Ronald P. Falk; 
20Jan67; DU67668. 



LOVE YOUR ENEMIES, THE POWER OF LOVE; 
words by Adam Clayton Powell. 
Sheet. © Bright Tunes Music Corp.; 
l4Feb67; CI9192. 

LOVELY, JUST LOVELY, a half -hour tele- 
vision play by Gordon Neil, pseud, 
of John Gordon Neil Rushbrook. 
31 1. 2 acts. © John Gordon Neil 
Rushbrook; 9Feb67; Du67804 . 

LOVER DESPITE HIMSELF, the strange tri- 
angle of G. B. S. in three acts by 
Victor Clement, based on a biographical 
novel by T. Innes Hanley. 1 v. 
© Victor Clement & Tullah Innes 
Hanley; 5Apr67; DU68329. 

THE LOVES OF CASS MCGUIRE, a play bv 
Brian Prlel (Bernard Patrick Friell 
New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 

ni?? P^- ? ^=*=- ® Brian Prlel; 
l4Apr67 (in notice: I966); DP6379. 

THE LOVES OF CASS MCGUIRE, a play in 
three acts by Brian Friel (Bernard 
Patrick Friel) 1 v. © Brian Prlel: 
31Jan67; DU67618. 

THE LOVING COUPLE, a play with music 
by Christian Hamilton. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book only. © Christian Hamilton; 
27Mar67; DU68367 . 

THE LUCKIEST STIFF IN THE WORLD, a 

comedy in three acts by Edward Sherby. 
DU68807 ^''"^'■'^ Sherby; 31May67; 

THE LULU PLAYS, by Prank Wedekind. 
Earth spirit; Pandora's box; Death 
and the devil. Newly translated S: 
with an introd. by Carl Richard 
Mueller. Greenwich, Conn., Fawoett 
Publications. 190 p. (Tulane Drama 
review series, Richard Schechner, 
general editor) (Premier book, t340) 
© on translation & introd.; Carl 
Richard Mueller; llApr67; A918725. 

LUV, by Murray Schisgal; foreword by 
Walter Kerr. Acting ed. Dramatists 
Play Service. 68 .p. 2 acts. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Murray 
Schisgal; 21Dec66; DP6280. 

LUST OP LEONARD LECHINGLEER See 
FOG TOWN. 

LYNDON B. JOHNSON, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 6 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9282. 

LYSISTRATA. See 

MAKE LOVE, NOT WAR. 



M 



MA POTTER'S KINGDOM, a musical comedy 
by D. C. Keller S: J. W. Dean. 1 v. 
© David C. Keller & J. William Dean; 
26Jan67; DU67711. 

MACHIAVELLI AND THE MANDRAKE, an origi- 
nal play by Stanley Harrison. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Dorothy Rodman & Stanley 
Harrison; 10May67; DU68785 . 

MACK, a melodrama in three acts by 
Theodore G. Cooper. 104 1. 
© Theodore Gleston Cooper; 31Jan67: 
DU67726. 

THE MADAM, a play in one act by Gwen 
Cherrell. London, S. French. 42 p. 
(French's acting edition) 3 scenes. 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 9Nov66; 
DFO-1507. 



MME. TELLIER'S EXCURSION 
ISODORUS . 



See 



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DRAMAS 



Jan -June 



MADRIGAL, adapted from George Eliot's 
novel Silas Marner; book, lyrics 5: 
music ty Austin E. Gumbs, C. Joseph 
Highberger & Bruce Kovacs. 1 v. 
2 acts. ® Bruce J. Kovacs, Austin 
Gumbs & C. Joseph Highberger; 
21Mar67; DU68211. 

MAELSTROM, by Alexander Grattan. 
100 1. A screenplay. © Alexander 
Daniel Grattan; JAprS?; DU6827't. 

THE MAGIC DRUM OF YUCATAN, a play for 
children in five scenes by Emily Dean 
Heilman. 57 1. © Emily Dean Heil- 
man; JOJunS?; DU6908O. 

MAGIC FISH. See 

THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE. 

THE MAGIC KISS, a children's musical 
play by Vivienne Lebarr; book &: lyrics 
by Vivienne Lebarr, pseud, of Vivienne 
Lebhar; music by Bill Inglls S: Joe 
Vitagliano. 38 1. 6 scenes. Book 
& lyrics only. © Vivienne Lebarr; 
12Jan67; DU67602. 

THE MAGIC OP THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT, by Tom 
Kappele ^Thomas E. Kappele) & Betty 
Kappele (Elizabeth Mary S. Kappele), 
music by Ron Davis. 13 1. A play in 
4 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Tom Kappele & Betty Kappele; 
30Jan67; DU67729. 

MAGIC PRISON, by Archibald MacLeish. 
10 1. Text from the poems S: letters 
of Emily Dickinson & the recollections 
of T. W. Higginson. NM: adaptation. 
© Archibald MacLeish; lMay67; 
DU68620. 

THE MAGIC RING, by N. S. Bobbins. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © N. S. Bobbins; 
25Jan67; DU67635- 

MAGNAVOX COMMERCIAL, by George Gvmder- 
son. Sheet. © George Gunderson; 
llMay67; 019^58 . 

MAGNOLIA MANOR, CAIRO, by Lynn B. 
Kohner. 11 1. A play. © Lynn 
B. Kohner; i;ji<lar67; DU68169. 

MAIL ORDER FAMILY. 2 1. (The Pun 
factory, no. 2) A narration script. 
© Ultimus Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; 
CI9155. 

LA MAISON D'OS, de Roland Dubillard. 
r Paris] Gallimard. 171 p. 
Bl scenes. © Editions Galllraard; 
15Nov66; DFO-ltgi. 

MAKE LIKE A DOG. Ses 
FOUR SHORT PLAYS. 

MAKE LOVE, NOT WAR, a satire adapted 
from Lysistrata, by Sylvia Chipman. 
25 1. 6 scenes. © Sylvia Chipman; 
lMar67; DU68009. 

THE MAKING OF CAROLINE, by John Haynes. 
54 1. A play in 3 acts. © John 
Haynes; 20Mar67; DU58291:. 

MALINCHE, a play in three acts by 
D. Strudwick. 104 1. © Dorothy 
J. Strudwick; lMar67 ; DU68007. 

MAMAN J'AI PEUR; ou, Est-ce que les 
veaux font des manieres? De Rufus, 
pseud, of Jacques Narcy, Brigitte 
Fontaine Sc Jacques Higelin. 58 1. 
A play. © Jacques Narcy, Brigitte 
Fontaine & Jacques Higelin; lMay57; 
DU68864 . 

A MAN AND HIS WATERMELON, by Danny Davis, 
Julie Kay & Jackie Vernon. 3 1- A 
monologue. © Davliz Music Corp.; 
26jan67; 019119- 



MAN AND SUPERMAN, by George Bernard 
Shaw; introd. by N. R. Teltel. New 
York, Airmont Pub. Co. 192 p. 
(Classics series, CL96) 4 acts. 
NM: artwork 5: introd. © Airmont 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 24Dec65; A897835 . 

THE MAN FROM AAB; screenplay by Bart 
Zadeh (Nicholas B. Zadeh) 78 1. 
© Nicholas B. Zadeh; 26Apr67; 
DU68599. 

MAN PROM VENUS. See 

THE STRANGE AMBASSADOR. 

THE MAN FROM WEYHILL, a musical drama. 
Book & lyrics by Robert Forest; 
music by Edna Geary. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Robert G. Forest & Edna M. Geary; 
llMay67; DU68663. 

MAN IS NOT ALONE, by Everett M. 
Dirksen & H. Paul Jeffers. 1 v. 
Recording script in 7 parts. 
© M. A. Mangum Productions, Inc.; 
19May67; C19484 . 



MAN OP LA MANCHA, a musical play by 
Dale Wasserman; lyrics by Joe Darion; 
music by Mitch Leigh. New York, 
Random House. 82 p. Book 8c lyrics 
only. © Dale Wasserman; 40ct66; 
DP6275 . 

A MAN OF SORROWS, a modern screen 
adaptation of Handel's Messiah; 
created & written by H. F. Erlen- 
wein & Chas. V. Martignoni. 54 1. 
2 parts. © Henry P. Erlenwein & 
Charles V. Martignoni; 8Jun67; 
DU68920. 
THE MAN ON THE BUS, by Robert R. 

Vogelsang. 5 1. A monologue. 

© Robert R. Vogelsang; 31Jan67; 

CI9I37. 

MAN OUT OF TIME, a play in three acts 
by Lee Nestor. 1 v. © Lee T. 
Nestor; 30Mar67; DU68246. 

MAN UNLIMITED. See 

EL HOMBRE ES ILIMITADO. 

MANAGEMENT IN ACTION, PROBLEM-SOLVING 
DISCUSSION SKILLS; script for group 
critique tapes prepared by Xerox 
Education Division. 11 1. © Xerox 
Corp.; lMay67; CI95I7 . 

MANAGEMENT IN ACTION, PROBLEM -SOLVING 
DISCUSSION SKILLS; script for intro- 
ductory tape prepared by Xerox 
Education Division. 14 1. © Xerox 
Corp.; lMay67; C19516. 
MANAGEMENT IN ACTION, PROBLEM- SOLVING 
DISCUSSION SKILLS; script for program 
tapes prepared by Xerox Education 
Division. I05 1. © Xerox Corp.; 
lMay67; CI95I8. 
MANAGEMENT OF VENDOR RESOURCES; pur- 
chasing aspects of quality assurance 
program by Walter J. Garrow. 1 v. 
A talk. © Walter J. Garrow; 27Apr67; 
CI9414. 
A MANDATE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE; words by 
Adam Clayton Powell & C. Sumner 
Stone. 2 1. © Bright Tunes Music 
Corp.; 28Peb67; C19229. 
MANEUVERS COURSE, SECTION A-D, nar- 
ration by Paul Sanderson. 4 educa- 
tional lecture scripts. © Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; 5Jun67; CI96OO-I9599, 
19601-19602. 

MANGAGAS A LINTEG ITI DIGS: SADINO ITI 
AYANNA KEN KASANO ITI PANAGTRABAHONA, 
maysa a maibalakad iti Christian 
Science .lanaganan ni Paul Stark 
Seeley. 34 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 15Sep66, CI8825. NM: trans- 
lation. © Paul Stark Seeley; 
15May67; CI9585. 



THE MANTLE OF GOD, HIS SPIRIT, by 
Wesley Gene Miller. 1 v. © Wesley 
Gene Miller; 6Feb67; 019155- 

LE MARATHON; piece en trois actes de 
Claude Confortes. 1 v. Book & 
lyrics only. © Claude Confortes; 
4May67; DU68624 . 

MARGIE, an original musical & screen- 
play by William P. Dugan & Eunice 
Quennell. 43 1, Book & lyrics only. 
© William F. Dugan & Eunice H. 
Quennell; 27Jan67; DU6768O. 

MARGO, by Robert F. Mirvish- 1 v- 
A musical play in 2 acts. Adapted 
from his novel by the author. Book 
& lyrics only. ® Robert P. Mirvish; 
2Mar67; DU68013. 

MARIA CHAPDELAINE; op^ra en quatre 
actes par H. Shirley Fowke - 1 v- 
L'adaptation du roman par Louis 
H^mon. © Helen Shirley Fowke; 
4Jan67; DU67647- 

THE MARINE AND THE GYPSY GIRL; one act 
in three scenes by Luigi Sanna & 
Anna Maria Spaggiari; music by Nino 
(Antonio Beccanulli) English version 
by Giorgia Valensin. 1 v. An opera. 
From Journey to Spain, short story 
by Luigi Sanna. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DU66999. © Antonio Beccanulli; 
l8May67; DU68869. 

MARIO UND SULLA; Schauspiel in fllnf 
Bildern von J. A. Boeok. [Vienna] 
I'm'versal Edition. 133 P- © Uni- 
versal Edition, A.G.; 28Dec65; 
DFO-I53O. 



THE MARK OF A HERO, a play in three 
acts by Charles Garo Ashjlan. 
1 V. © Charles Garo Ashjian; 
27Jan67; DU67715 . 

THE MARK OP CAIN, a musical satire; 
book & lyrics by A. A. Bernstein, 
music by John Danser. Brooklyn, 
Swamie Productions. 109 1. 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 60ct64, DU6I808. NM: 
additions. © A. A. Bernstein; 
22Mar67; DP6357. 

THE MARK OF THE GOAT; music by Harrison 
Birtwistle, text by Alan Crang. 
[London] Universal Edition. 30 p. 
© Universal Edition (London) Ltd.; 
2Nov66; DPO-1509. 

MARK, THE MAN, by Natalie Lubin. 
24 1. A play. © Natalie Lubin; 
l6May67; DU68707. 



MARK THE MATCH BOY. 
RAGS TO RICHES. 



See 



MARK TWAIN HEUTE ABEND, von Frances A- 
Boyd- 1 V. A play- © Frances A. 
Boyd; 24Mar67; DU68205 . 

MARK TWAIN TONIGHT, an adaptation by 
Hal Holbrook (Harold R. Holbrook, 
Jr.) 85 1. 4 acts. © Hal Holbrookj 
4May67; 019^*86. 

THE MARKETING SYSTEM, by David Kenneth 
Musser. 1 v. © David Kenneth 
Musser; 4May67; C19440. 

MARKHEIM, by Robert Louis Stevenson; 
in dramatic incident form by Classic 
Text Tapes. 22 1. © Classic Text 
Tapes, Norman H. Rogers, owner; 
5May67; DU68732. 

MARLOWE, by Leslie Stevens. 89 1. 
A play In 20 scenes. © Leslie 
Stevens; l6Feb67; DU67833. 



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MARRIAGE IS LIKE A BARREL, by Niti-a 
Scharfman. 76 1. A musical play- 
In 2 acts. Book & lyj'lcs to o songs 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l8May66j DU65817. NM: additions Sc 
revisions. © Nitra Scharfman; 
20Feb67; DU67854 . 

MARSAU, ANDY. See 
HUCK FINN. 

MARTIN VAN BUREN, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 7 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9308. 

MARY BROWH, MARY BROWN'S BOMB, THE 
MUSHROOM, MUSHROOMS, a comedy by 
R. Bruce Moody. 126 1. 2 acts. 
© R. Bruce Moody; l8Jan67; DU67659. 
MARY TODD LINCOLN, a play by M. David 
Samples, 1 v. 5 acts. ©M. David 
Samples; 3Peb67; DU677&t. 

MASK OF SANITY; text by Caren L. 
Gregor. 52 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Caren Lee Gregor; l6Jan67; 
DU67745. 

A MASS FOR HARRY STEIN, a play in 
three acts & an epilogue, by John 
Reed. 52 1. © John Reed; 27Mar67; 
DU68ig4 . 

MASS MEDIA IN THE YEAR 2000, by Leo 
Bogart. 26 1. © Leo Bogart; 
25May67; C1951't. 

THE MASTER COLLECTION SYSTEM, by 
Henry J. Fries. 1 v. Recording 
script. ® Henry J. Fries; 30Mar67; 
CI9395 . 

A MATHEMATICAL PROOF OF THE BLESSED 
TRINITY, BLOOD, FOR AN ALL TIME HIGH, 
by Donald McMahon. 7 1. A talk. 
© Donald McMahon; ltApr67; CigSSit . 

MATHEMATICAL THINKING ON THE MYSTERY 
OF THE BLESSED TRINITY, by Donald 
McMahon. 3 1. © Donald McMahon; 
28Mar67; C193'*3. 

MATHIS DER MALER; opera in seven parts 
by Paul Hindemith, English version 
by Walter Ducloux. Mainz, B. Schott's 
S"6hne. 56 p. Libretto. 
© B. Schott's SSline; 26May67; DP639'( . 

THE MATING OF ELAINE, a play in three 
acts by Michael J. Haggerty. 
82 1. ® Michael J. Haggerty; 
8May67; DueseitO. 

THE MATING OF THE DINASA'JRS, by Maxine 
Flelschman. 41 1. A play. 
© Maxine Flelschman; 15Feb67; 
DU67825. 

MATINS, a play in one act by Hal 
Ackerman (Harold Ackerman) 9' !• 
© Harold Ackerman; 25Apr67; DU68534 . 
MAVROMICHAELIS, by Patricia Broderick. 
126 1. A play in 2 acts. © Patricia 
Broderick; 19Jun67; DUb8997. 
MAXIMUM EFFORT; original story by 

Stephen Michael Donnelly; screenplay 
by Edward Brennan. l44 1. © Stephen 
Michael Donnelly; 13Jun67; DU68935. 
MAY AND DECEMBER, a one act musical 
& dramatic play written & produced 
by John Rumsfield. 4 1. Book & 
lyrics only. ® John Rumsfield; 
31Jan67; C19184 . 
MAYFIELD ON KITE REEF, a two -hour 
teleplay by Ray Harvey. 1 v. 
© Ray Harvey; l6jan67; DU67734. 

A MEAL IN MINUTES, by Melody Calvert 
(Muriel C. Birkhead) 8c Mary Jean 
Parson. Sheet. © Muriel C. Birk- 
head & Mary Jean Parson; 4Apr67; 
CI945O. 



MEAN TO BE FREE, a drama in three 
acts for children 8-12, by Joanna 
Galpert Kraus. 1 v. Based on the 
history of the underground railroad. 
© Joanna Halpert Kraus; l4Apr67 ; 
DU68429. ' 

MEANING OF A REPUBLIC. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORTr THE 
MEANING OF A REPUBLIC. 

THE MEANING OF EASTER TODAY, an Easter 
pageant by Joy A. Sterling. Winona 
Lake, Ind . , Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. 
16 p. Includes music for 1 song. 
Appl. states song prev. pub. I943. 
NM: text 8: recitations. © Rodeheaver 
Co.; 29Dec66; DP6316. 

MEASURE FOE MEASURE, by William Shake- 
speare. Waltham, Mass., Blalsdell 
Pub. Co. 112 p. (The Kittredge 
Shakespeares, rev. by Irving Ribner) 
5 acts. NM: revisions & additions. 
©Blalsdell Pub. Co., a division of 
Ginn & Co.; 8Feb67; A906806. 

MEDAL OF HONOR, a play of today, maybe, 
by George Salvatore. 29 1 . © George 
Salvatore; 4Apr67; DU68317. 

MEDALS ARE FOR LOSERS, by Ted Zarpas . 
50 1. Script for a television 
dramatic series. The Four aces. 
© Ted Zarpas; 17Jan67; DU67655 . 

MEDICAL NEWS, TODAY, TOMORROW; radio 
script by Samuel Klein. 2 1. 
© Samuel Klein; 27Mar67; C19379. 

MELCHIORRE CHEVROLET, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. Sheet. A radio script. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
6Apr67; CI9356. 

MELODY JONES, by Lois Allen. 71 1. 
© Lois Allen; l6Mar67; DU68068. 

THE MEMORY OF FIRE, a play in three 
acts by Robert Burdette Sweet. (in 
The Memory of fire. 1st ed., I967. 
Manila, East West Publishers. p.[93]- 
148) © Robert Burdette Sweet; 
l4Feb67; AI-IO577. 



MEN, MANAGEMENT, AND MENTAL HEALTH, 
by Harry Levinson. 11 1. Lecture. 
© Harry Levinson; 23Jun67; C19644. 

LE MENSONGE; piece de Nathalie Sarraute. 
42 1. © Nathalie Sarraute; 9Feb67; 
DU68263. 



MENSONGE. See 
LE SILENCE. 

THE MENTOR, a play in three acts by 
Martin Halpern. 1 v. © Martin 
Halpern; 5Jan67; DU67569. 

MENU, an auto de fe of Spain to be 
performed vjith music . by Karl 
Rannsten, pseud, of Duane L. Bodin. 
102 1. A play in 3 parts. 
© Duane L. Bodin; 21Feb67; DU67872. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, by William 
Shakespeare. Edited by George Lyman 
Kittredge, rev. by Irving Ribner. 
2d ed. Waltham, Mass., Blalsdell Pub. 
Co. (bP37) 102 p. (The Kittredge 
Shakespeares) 5 acts. © Blalsdell 
Pub. Co., a division of Ginn & Co.; 
31Mar66; A890802. 

THE MERIVALES, a fantasy in two acts 
by Jerry Chandler. 1 v. A play. 
© Jerry T. Chandler; 2Jun67; 
DU68828. 

THE MERMAID, by Toni Bernstein. 30 1. 
©Ton! Bernstein; 21Feb67; DF6317. 



A MERRY CHRISTMAS; Louisa May Alcotfs 
introduction to Little women; adapta- 
tion by John Stag Hanson & Merian C. 
Cooper. 105 1. A screenplay. 
® John Stag Hanson & Merian C. 
Cooper; 13Jun67; DU68904. 

MESSIAH. See 

A MAN OF SORROWS. 



MICHAELMAS TERM, by Thomas Middleton; 
edited by Richard Levin. Lincoln, 
University of Nebraska Press. 139 p. 
(Regents Renaissance drami series) 
5 acts. NM: new edition, introd., 
appendixes & notes. © University of 
Nebraska Press; 31Jan67 (in notice: 
1965); A895320. 

MICROCHEMISTRY. See 

TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO.l. 

A MIDGET JUST WALKED BY, a comedy in 
three acts by Robert Pierce. 1 v. 
© Robert L. Pierce; 25May67; 
DU68778. ' -^ y I, 

MIDNIGHT VIGIL (Vigile de minuit) 
Oratorio for tenor, mixed choir & 
orchestra. Libretto, Mordecal Tabib; 
music, Mordecal Seter. English trans- 
lation by Jonathan & Misha Louvish, 
adaptation by Gila Abrahamson; French 
translation by Andre Chouraqui, 
adaptation by Rose Bertini. Tel Aviv, 
Israel Music Institute. 2 v. 
3 scenes. Based on traditional 
synagogue service of Rabbi Isac Lurie 
& others. Title & author transliter- 
ated. English, French, Hebrew. 
NM: text. © Israel Music Institute; 
2Jan63; DFI889. 

THE MID-SOUTH INVENTOR'S FAIR, by 
Frank A. Anderson, Leland L. Roy 8c 
Joseph H. Bruening. 3 1- © Univer- 
sity of Mississippi; 170ct66; 
CI9172. 



MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
THE FAIRY QUEEN. 



See 



MIKE BEST, a play by Arthur B. Fink. 
46 1. 2 acts. ® Arthur B. Fink; 
lMar67; DU68008. 

MILLARD FILLMORE, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 8 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9313. 

THE MILLION DOLLAR SMILE; episode to 
be submitted to television series 
Love on a rooftop, written by Judith 
Laurene Bonds. 37 1. ® Judith 
Laurene Bonds; 27Feb67; DU67917. 

MILLIONEN FUR PENNY; Musical in 2 Akten, 
7 Bildern; Muslk: Lotar Olias, Buch: 
Max Colpet. Hamburg, Edition Es- 
planade. 2 V. © Edition Esplanade, 
G.M.B.H.; 29Apr64; DFI882. 

MINI -MACBETH, by Woody Eney (Harry E. 
Eney III) 1 v. A play. © Woody 
Eney; 7Jun67; DU68847. 

MINOR DISCHORD, a battle in one act by 
Donald Koke. 1 v. ® Donald Koke; 
13Jan67; DU6761I. 

LE MINOTAURE, precede de La convention 
Belzebir et de Consommation, by 
Marcel Ayme. [Paris] Gallimard. 
274 p. © Editions Gallimard; 
20Mar67; DFO-1544. 

MIRACLE THEATRE. See 
DAS WUNDERTHEATER . 

THE MIRACULOUS EASTER EGG MACHINE, by 
Ginger Gray (Lenore T. Gray) 29 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Ginger Gray; 
9Jan67; DU67753. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-Ju 



LES MISERABLES; In dramatic Incident 
form. 1 V. A recording script In 
10 tapes. From Victor Hugo's Les 
mlserables. Appl. author: Classic 
Text Tapes. © Classic Text Tapes, 
Norman H. Rogers, owner; 12Apr67; 
DU58lt0e. 

MISERABLES. See 

THIS IS MY BROTHER. 

MISS DREAM WIPE, by Jack Roche (John 
F. Roohe) 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© John F. Roche; 15May67; DU 68689. 

MISS OUTERSPACE, a comedy in one act by 
R. A. Anderson & E. C. Marston. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 21 p. 
® Walter H. Baker Co.; 5Jan67 (In 
notice: 1966); DP627I. 

MISS SARAH, a play in three acts by 
George Selden, pseud, of George 
Selden Thompson. 1 v. © George 
Selden Thompson; 20Feb67; DU68066. 

MISS TUSCALOOSA, by Body Goodman 

(Dolores M. Goodman) & Harry Cauley. 
2 1. © Dolores M. Goodman; 7Mar67; 
C192't6. 

MISSING, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Lloyd Dull. 
29 1. © Lloyd Dull; 17Mar67; 
DU68II4. 

MISSING WITNESS. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
MISSING WITNESS. 

MISSION OF JANE. See 
THE BELATED BLESSING. 



MR. FERRIS AND THE MODEL; three act 
comedy by Margaret Hayden Rector. 
134 1. NM: revision. ® Margaret 
Hayden Rector; 15Mar67; DU685O7. 

MISTER, MISTER. See 
POUR PLAYS. 

MRS. WINSTON'S AT HOME, a play in one 
act by Hal Ackerman (Harold. Ackerman) 
15 1. © Harold Ackerman; 25Apr67; 
DU68556. 

THE MISTS OF UTZI-LOBOS, a motion pic- 
ture scenario, a fantasy, 17th cen- 
tury by Judd Boynton. 94 1. 12 sec- 
tions. Appl. states prev. reg. I960, 
DU51820. NM: revision & addition. 
© Judd Boynton; 20Sep66; DP6318. 



THE MOCKING CUCKOO; drama in three 
acts by Jiri Osolsobe. 1 v. Based 
on a book by Emil Vachek. Appl. 
authors: Ludmila Osolsobe S: Ivo 
Osolsobe. NM: translation, drama- 
tization, adaptation & added text. 
© Jiri Osolsobe; 2ltMay67; DU68759. 

THE MODELS; series of TV scripts. 
Episode: The star making farce, 
written by Glenn Jacobson. 1 v. 
® Glenn Jacobson; l6Feb67; DU67835. 

MODERN DRAMA, POETRY, AHD ESSAYS. See 
THE LITERATURE OF AMERICA, VOL.4. 

MOHACS; Tragbdie von Julius Hay. 
4 acts. (In Dramen II. [Reinbek] 
Rowohlt. p. 175 -24 6) © Rowohlt 
Verlag, G.M.B.H. & Julius Hay; 
6May66; DFI888. 

THE MOKE- EATER, by Kenneth Bernard. 
71 1. A play. © Kenneth Bernard; 
29Mar67; DU68414. 

MOM AND DAD, by Boyd Hanes. Sheet. 
Recitation. ® Oedarwood Pub. Co., 
Inc.; 17May67; CI9581. 



MON NEZ SUE LA COMMODE; trois aotes 
et cinq tableaux d'Alexandre 
Breffort. 147 1. ® Alexandre 
Breffort; 9Feb67; DU68265 . 

MONDIAL COCKTAIL PARTY, di Domenico 
Marini. 58 1. Una sceneggiatura 
cinematografica in 33 partes. 
© Domenico Marini; 23Jan67; DU67770. 

MONEY, CREDIT, AND FAMILY BUDGET 
PLAMING, by Kyran M. McGrath. 
11 1. An address. © Kyran M. 
McGrath; 7Feb67; CI9180. 

THE MONEY MAN; script & format for 

delivery by Jone Allison (Jone Allison 
Mosman) 2 1.® Jone Allison; 19Jun67; 
C19622. 



MONEY WORKS FOR YOU, by Paul Springer. 
5 1. Narration script for film. 
© Paul Warren Springer; 25Jan67; 
CI9I3O. 

MONICA, a play In one act by Pauline 
Macaulay. London, S. French. 
22 p. (French' =: acting edition) 
© Pauline Macaulay; 29Sep66; DFO-I5OO. 

MONKEYS AND MEN; three one act plays by 
Randolph Carter. 1 v. Contents: 
I saw a monkey. — Museum piece. — 
Save it for your death bed. © Randoph 
Carter; 21Jun67; DU69OII. ' 

MONOLOGO A LUCI BASSE; pagine teatrali 
dl Lulgi Sarzano. ig6 1. © Lulgl 
Carlo Sarzano; 10Jan67; DU68334 . 

MONOLOGUES FOR FUN, by Christy Kimball. 
1 V. 15 monologues. © Maxine 
Christy Kimball; 23Mar67; C19528. 

MONSIEUR PAPA DOLL, a comedy in three 
acts by Arllne Faro, pseud, of 
Arline Faruolo. 1 v. Based on an 
idea by Frank Faro. © Arline Faro; 
9Feb67; Du68202. 

THE MONTESSORI STORY, a dramatized 
documentary by Alan Shepard. 
80 1., 4 acts. © Alan Shepard; 
llApr67; DU68470. 

MONTGOMERY CLIFT IS DEAD. WHAT DO WE 
DO NOW? A play in one act by 
Ro'bert D. Hires. 19 1. © Robert 
D. Hires; 12Apr67; DU68365 . 

MONTH IN THE COUNTRY. See 
NATALIA PETROVNA. 

MOON DREAMS, by Frank Martin (Francis B. 
Martin) I39 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l4Sep65, 
DU63928. © Francis B. Martin; 
23May67; DU68858. 

THE MOON WORSHIPPER, a play in two acts 
by James D. Baines S: Bobby Joyce 
Smith. 47 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 23Jul62, DU55866. NM: condensa- 
tion. © James D. Baines & Bobby 
Joyce Smith; 15Peb67; DU67986. 

MOONSTRUCK. See 
SOMEBODY KNOCKS. 

THE MOOR, a play in two parts by Frank 
Deason. 1 v. © Frank Deason; 
23Dec66; DU67628. 

MOORE'S HISTORY SOUNDSCOOPS, by 
Robert C. Moore. 1 v. Radio 
scripts. © Robert C. Moore; 
22May67; C19493. 

MOOSE HANGS HIGH. See 
FOR WHOM THE BELLE TOLD. 

A MOOSE IN THE HOUSE, by David Berg. 
56 1. A play in 4 scenes. © David 
Berg; l4Feb67; DU67957. 



MORAR'S STUDIO & NEWVILLE CLIPPER; 
two plays by Eleanor Otto. New 
York, Exposition Press. 47 p. 
® Eleanor Otto; 21Jan67; A890995. 

MOKE STATELY MANSIONS, by Eugene 
O'Neill. 1 V. A play in 4 acts. 
© Carlotta Monterey O'Neill; 
2Jun67; DU68921. 

MORGAN TOWN, an original story written 
& adapted for television by 
Christopher Flood. Jr. 33 1. 
© Christopher Flood, Jr.; 23Feb67; 
DU67895 . 

MORNING PRAYER; words & music by W. T. 
Bigelow. 2 sheets. © Flomar Music, 
Inc. & Dzona Music, Inc.; 28Apr67; 
CI9415. 

THE MORNING VERSION, a play by Thomas 
Rimer. 52 1. 4 scenes. © J. Thomas 
Rimer 3d; l4Mar67; DU68096. 

A MORNING'S WORK. See 
A DAISY CHAIN. 

MORTAL STAKES, by Leo Bayer. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Nature Walk, 20Aug63, 
DU58576. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Leo Bayer; 3Mar67; DU68l44 . 

MOTHER, DARLING, a one act play for six 
women by Fernande Gardner Alexander. 
1 V. © Fernande G. Alexander; 
28Mar67; DU68328. 

MOTHER MARTHA. See 
SOMEBODY KNOCKS. 

MOTHERLOVE, a play in one act by 
August Strindberg, in an English 
version by Arvid Paulson. 25 1. 
© Arvid Paulson; 20Feb67; DU68067 . 

A MOTHER'S PRAYER, by Patricia 
Gravlano. Sheet. © Patricia 
Graviano; 19Jun67; CI9638. 

MOTIVATIONS, a one act drama by Hiram 
Elfenbein. 29 1. © Hiram Elfenbeln; 
l6May67; DU68709. 

THE MOUNTAIN OF DESTRUCTION, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Joe W. Sharp. 30 1. © Joe W. 
Sharp; 15Jun67; DU68973. 

MOURIR EN CHANTANT; piece en huit 
tableaux par Victor Halm. 87 1. 
© Victor Haim; 23Feb67; DU68625 . 

MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA; lyric tragedy 
in three acts by Marvin David Levy, 
libretto by Henry Butler, based on the 
play by Eugene O'Neill. Boosey & 
Hawkes. 48 p . ® Boosey S: Hawkes, 
Inc.; 7Mar67; DP6329. 



MUCK ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 
COMEDIES II. 



See 



THE MUDFLAT, a play in one act by 

William Austin. 55 1. KM: additions 
& revisions. ® William Austin; 
9Jun67; DU68910. 

MUD-PLAT POP ART SCULPTURE; lecture 
prepared by William Jackson. 1 v. 
® William Jackson; 30Jan67; C19227 . 

MUD PIES, a sort of musical comedy in 
one act by Peter Agnos, pseud, of 
Cyrus Adier. Book, lyrics & music 
foe 1 song only. © Cyrus Adler; 
l8Apr67; DU68467. 

THE MUFFIN, by Lewis Murray, pseud, 
of Murray Moltner. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Murray Moltner; 
12Apr67; DU68577. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



31 



MUHAMMAD ALI, HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING 
CHAMPION OF THE WORLD, by John D. 
Jackson. 2 1. Recording script. 
© John D. Jackson; JMarfi?; C19244. 

THE MULBERRY BUSH, an original screen- 
play by Beverly & Ferd Sebastian. 
93 1. © Ferd, Jr. & Beverly C. 
Sebastian; 26Jun67; .DU69068. 

THE MUMMERS, a play in two acts by 
John Burrell. 1 v. ® John Burrell; 
2Jun67; DU68832. 

MURDER AT MIDNIGHT, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
George D. Herron. 32 1. © George D. 
Herron; 27Mar67; DU68195. 

MURDER BEFORE BREAKFAST, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Grace Wright. 30 1. © Grace 
Wright; 28Apr67; DU68679. 

MURpER IS, a play in two acts by 
Arthur M. Brllant. 1 v. © Arthur 
M. Brllant; 10Apr67; DU68388. 

MURDER OP THE TOWN CORPORATION OFFICIAL, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Alfred T. Gulxogn. 
30 1. © Alfred T. Gulxogn; 14jun67; 
DU68959. 

MUSEUM PIECE. See. 
MONKEYS AND MEN. 

MUSHROOMS AND TOADSTOOLS, a play in 
three acts by Leonard Flora. 71 1. 
Appl. states prev. pub. 22Dec56, 
DP5315. NM: editorial revision. 
© Leonard Flora; 3Jun67; DP6414. 

MUSIC APPRECIATION WITH MABEL GERBER. 
1 v. © Mabel Gerber; 25Ua.y67 ; 
CI95I3. 

MUSICAL EXPERIENCES FOR BASIC LEARNING 
READINESS: WHO AM I? A script pre- 
pared for Classroom Materials by 
Lois Raebeck. 2h 1. © Lois Raebeck; 
28Mar67; 0193^9 ■ 



N 



MUTE WITNESS. 
BULLITT . 



See 



THE MUTILATED, a play in one act by 
Tennessee Williams. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service. 48 p. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Two 
Rivers Enterprises, Inc.; 7Mar67; 
DP6331. 

MY COUNTRY 'TIS OF HEW, by Joseph M. 
Fox. 56" 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Joseph M. Fox; 
22Mar67; DU68163. 



MY DEAR COLLEAGIJES; words by Adam 
Clayton Powell & C. Sumner Stone. 
2 1. © Bright Tunes Music Corp.; 
14 Feb 67; CI9189. 

MY FAVORITE JANE, by Morry Efron 
(Morris Efron) 1st draft. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Morry Efron; 
28jun67; DU69061. 

MY GAY MAN. See 

OILTOWN, TEXAS, U.S.A. 

THE MYSTICAL LIFE OF JOHN FIST, an 
original play in three acts by James 
D. Pendleton. 1 v. © James D. 
Pendleton; 13Mar67; DU68092. 

MY NAME IS RAJA, by Sister M. Poverello 
(Sister Mary Poverello Raspanti) 
50 1. A play. © Sister M. Poverello 
Raspanti; 3Jan67; DU67642. 



NJ, by John Lynn. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © John Harrison Lynn; 
l6Jan67; DU67612. 



NAMELY, a play in two scenes by Valerie 
Alison, pseud, of Victoria Lucas. 
25 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 1963j 
DU58209. NM: additions 5c editorial 
revision. © Victoria Lucas; 
10Jan67; DU67591. 

NANINE. See 

AN EVENING OP VOLTAIRE. 



NATALIA PETROVNA; opera in two acts, 
music by Lee Hoiby; libretto by 
William Ball. Boosey & Hawkes. 
299 P- Based on A month in the 
country by Ivan Turgenev. Vocal 
score. Appl. states prev. reg. ' 
24Mar65, DP5719. NM: vocal score. 
© Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 24Feb67; 
DP631I. 

NATIONAL HALL OF FAME FOR FAMOUS AMER- 
ICAN INDIANS, by Dee Worster. 1 v. 
Filmstrip script. © Dee Worster; 
21Mar67; CI9280. 

MATUlffi WALK. See 
MORTAL STAKES. 

THE NEIGHBORS, by Ken Friedman (Ken- 
neth H. Friedraan) 39 1. A play. 
© Kenneth H. Friedraan; 8May67; 
DU68597 . 

NEVER MARRY A SAILOR, a comedy in 
three acts by Paul Owen. 117 1. 
© Paul H. Owen; 3Apr67; DU68286. 



NEVER, NEVER ASK HIS NAME. 
THREE PLAYS. 



See 



NEVER ON AN EMPTY STOMACH, by Arthur S. 
Kober. 1 v. A play In 3 acts. 
© Arthur S. Kober; 23Jan67; DU67693. 

A NEW APPROACH: HISTECOLOGY, by Richard 
Oakes Peters. 6 1. © Richard Oakes 
Peters; 8May67; C19444 . 

THE NEW C-W MARK H-6O HYDRAULIC FRICTION 
DRAFT GEAR, prepared for Cardwell- 
Westinghouse by Wilding. Writer: 
John Davenport. 15 1. Script. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 27Mar67; C19333. 

NEW CHRONICLES OP REBECCA, JACK-O'- 
LANTERN, by Kate Douglas Wlggln in 
dramatic incident form. 24 1. 
NM: rewritten as an educational aid. 
© Classic Text Tapes, Norman H. 
Rogers, owner; 12Jun67; DU68913. 

NEW CLOTHES FOR HARLEQUIN, a one act 
play by J. A. Christensen, suggested 
by a traditional European folk tale. 
18 1. © J. A. Christensen; 7Peb67; 
DU67974. 

THE NEW FIRST FAMILY, 1968, written 
by Bob Booker 8c George Foster. 
29 1. 13 skits. © Thirteen 
Productions, Inc.; l8Jan67; DU67660. 

NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT ATTORNEY JIM 
GARRISON BELIEVES ... FROM CUBA. 
Sheet. © Westinghouse Broadcasting 
Co.; 7Jun67; CI958O. 

A NEW PARTY GAME, a play by Warren 
Winden. 64 1. 2 acts. © Warren E. 
Winden; 6Peb67; DU67971- 

A NEW YEAR'S TOAST, by Frances Lohman. 
22 1. A play in 2 acts. ® Frances 
Lohman; 24Mar67; DU68178. 



THE NEWBORN KING, a Christmas play by 
Rebecca Still Kerby. Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Co. 16 p. 4 acts. 
© Rodeheaver Co.; 2Jun67; DP6397. 

NEWVILLE CLIPPER. See 

MORAR'S STUDIO & NEWVILLE CLIPPER. 

NEXT WEEK: ASHTABULA! See 
THE THREE-A-DAY. 

THE NEXT STEP, a comedy fantasy by 
Emily Jaffe. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Emily Jaffe; 28Feb67; DU67939. 

LE NEZ EN TROMPETTE; comfedie de Michel 
Permaud. 160 1. 2 parties. 
© Michel Permaud; 29Dec65; DU67652. 

THE NIGGERLOVERS, by George Taborl. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. ® George 
Taborl; 20Feb67; DU67995. 

NIGHT OP THE DUNCE, a play by Frank 
Gagllano. Dramatists Play Service. 
58 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
13May60, DU50993- NM: additions & 
revision. © Frank Gagllano; 2May67; 
DP6372 . 



NlGtJT PEOPLE. 
ERIS. 



See 



THE NIGHT THEY CHANGED THE STARS, a 
comedy-drama in 3 acts by John J. 
Meany. 1 v. © John J. Meany; 
27Peb67; DU68078. 



NIGHT WOUND, by Eric Kocher. 83 1. 
A play In 2 acts. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Eric Kocher; 17May67; 
DU68883. 



NIGHTINGALE AND THE ROSE. 
A HOUSE OF POMEGRANATES. 



See 



NIGHTMARE ABBEY, by Joanna Rues, based 
on the novel by Thomas Love Peacock. 
42 1. A play in I3 scenes. © Joanna 
Russ; l4Apr67; DU68485. 

NIGHTMARE ABBEY; radio play adapted from 
the book by Thomas Love Peacock; by 
Joanna Russ. 3I 1. © Joanna Russ; 
14Apr67; DU68484. 

NINETEEN NINETEEN, a comedy by Tom 
Pate (Thomas E. Pate, Jr.) 1 v. 
3 acts. ©Thomas E. Pate, Jr.; 
19Dec66; DU67540. 

1999, the book for a musical comedy 
by Norman Zlerold. 59 1. 2 acts. 
© Norman Zlerold; 28Mar67; DU 68221. 

1967 DELRADO 88 SERIES; recording 
script for Oldsraobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 7 1. 
© Oldsraobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; lJun67; C19541. 

1967 DELTA 885 SOMETHING BETTER WORTH 
REACHING FOE; recording script for 
Oldsraobile Division by Jara Handy 
Organization. 7 1- © Oldsraobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
lJun67; C19537. 



NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS, by N. S. Rob- 
bins. 45 1. A play. © N. S. Rob- 
bins; 30Jun67; DU69077. 

NO MAN IS AN IS-LAND, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Hazel M. Groat. 30 1. 
® Hazel M. Groat; 5Apr67; DU68461. 

NO SILVER SAINTS, by Robert Waldron. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 12Jun57, D40390. 
NM: addition & revision. © Robert 
& Emma Waldron; 13Apr67; DU68583. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-Ju 



NO TIME FOR PIG-LEAVES, a comedy by 
Duncan Greenwood ?f Robert King. 
London, S. French. 58 p. (French's 
acting edition) 3 acts. © Duncan 
Greenwood & Robert King; HJul66; 
DFO-1508. 

NO TIME FOR SORROW, a musical play by 
Elaine Holtz, pseud, of Elaine Holt, 
& David Holtz, pseud, of David Holt. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Elaine Holtz & 
David Holtz; 19Jun67; DU68990. 

NOBODY GOES HOME MAD, a comedy in three 
acts by Frank Gehrecke 8c Joelyn 
Scott (Joelyn Scott Gilchrist) 
1 V. © Joelyn Scott Gilchrist & 
Frank Gehrecke; 25Jun67; DU69028. 

NOBODY HERE BUT US PEOPLE, a play by 
Mark Silver, pseud, of Maurice 
DeMars Buchanan. 104 1. 13 scenes. 
© Maurice DeMars Buchanan; 25Apr67; 
DU68669. 

NOBODY/SOMEBODY, a docudrama by 

Philip C. Lewis. 25 1. © Philip 
0. Lewis; 9Mar67; DU68o62. 

THE NOODLE, by Phillip W. Phillips. 
79 1. A play. NM: revisions. 
© Phillip W. Phillips; 23Mar67; 
DU68288. 

NORGE 1967 DISTRIBUTORS MEETING, by 
Wilding; writer, Tom Byrnes. 213 1- 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 27Apr67; DU68521. 

NORMAL VALUES. See 

TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO. 2. 

THE NOTE, a play in one act by Robert 
Somerfeld. 38 1. ©Robert Somer- 
feld; 10Apr67; DU68386. 

A NOTEWORTHY RECONSTRUCTION AND RE- 
DISTRIBUTION OF THE IbTH PRESIDENT 
OF THE UNITED STATES, a play about 
Lincoln written by William Pugsley. 
98 1. 2 acts. © William Pugsley; 
19Junb7; DU68987. 

NOT A WAY OF LIFE, a screenplay by 
James J. Rush. I08 1. Adapted 
from the play of the same title. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 2gjun66, 
DU66llt8. NM: additions & revisions. 
© James J. Rush; 19Dec66; DU67537. 

NOT GUILTY, adapted from the German 
of Heinrich Mann by Bruce Stuart, 
pseud, of Stewart H. Benedict. 
1 V. A play. © Stewart H. Benedict; 
17Mar67; DU68369. 

NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY, 
by Richard Steele-Reed. 139 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Richard 
Steele-Reed; 9Feb67; DU67809. 

NOUVELLES COMEDIES A UHE VOIX; La 
repetition generale S: others by 
Andre Frere. [Paris] Gallimard . 
155 p. © Editions Gallimard; 
30Mar67; DFO-1545. 

UNA NUEVA VIDA; historia basada en una 
idea original de Nick Rivera & Jose A. 
Montalvo; guion tecnlco por Jose A. 
Montalvo. 109 1. © Nick Rivera & 
Jose A. Montalvo; 31Jan67; DU683't2. 



NUN'S PRIEST'S TALE. 
CHANTICLEER. 



See 



o 



OBSESION SEXUAL; argumento y adaptaclon 
de Oscar G. Dulzaides. 78 1. 
A screenplay. © Oscar Martin Garcia 
Dulzaides; llJan67; DU676OO. 



OCCASION, a one act drama by Franc 
Johnson a.k.a. Crane Johnson. 
San Francisco, International Theatre 
Press. 1 V. © Crane Johnson a.k.a. 
Franc Johnson; ISepSO; DP63l|-5 . 

THE OCTOPUS, a screenplay by David J. 
Gordon, adapted from the novel by 
Frank Norris. 117 1. ® David J. 
Gordon; 10Apr67; DU68523. 

THE ODD COUPLE, by Neil Simon. New 
York, Random House. II6 p. 3 acts. 
© Nancy Enterprises, Inc.; 15Nov66; 
DP6309. 

ODER KOMMT ER WIEDER? Eln Spiel in 
drei Akten von Jan Rys . [Vienna] 
Universal Edition. 91 P- © Universal 
Edition, A.G.; 22Mar67; DFO-I529. 

THE ODYSSEY OF A BASTARD, a play in 
four acts by Noel Lester & Dianne 
Coy. 192 1. © Noel Lester & 
Dianne Coy; 25May67; DU68776. 

OEDIPUS, a modern interpretation by 
Michael Ackerman. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Michael Ackerman; 22May57; 
DU68703 . 

OEDIPUS INCUBUS; three act drama by 
T. Hendricks Jennings. 123 1. 
© Talbert Hendricks Jennings; 
27Mar67; DU68349- 

OEDIPUS TYRANNOS, translated by Theodore 
F. Brunner & Luci Berkowitz. 63 1. 
Translation of Sophocles' play. 
© Theodore F. Brunner & Luci Berko- 
witz; 6Jun67; DU68853. 



OF ROYAL BIRTH, a pageant for the 
Christmas season by Edith G. Butt. 
Kansas City, Mo., Lillenas Pub. Co. 
19 p. (Lillenas musicreation) In- 
cludes lyrics & music to 6 songs. 
® Lillenas Pub. Co., a registered 
trade name of the Nazarene Pub. House; 
£lFeb67; DP6387. 
OFF DUTY. See 

SATURDAY STORIES. 

THE OFFICE, a three act play by Evelyn 
Langenkamp. 10^+ 1. © Evelyn 
Langenkamp; 17May67; DU687I6. 

OFFICE. See 

TAX MAN, BANK, FRED'S TWENTY, IN- 
LAWS, MAMA MIA, OFFICE. 

OGGI ALL'ISOU VAGA. See 

TRILOGIA DI PREISTORIA: PREISTORIA 
SUI TETTI DEL MONDO, TEMPI DI LUCE 
STRANA & OGGI ALL'ISOLA VAGA. 

OH BEAUTIFUL: A comedy by Edward 
Ellsou. 1 V. 3 acts. © Edward 
Eliaou; 20Mar67; DU68l28. 

OH, ISN'T PSYCHIATRY MARVELOUS, by 
Martin Tashner. 27 1. A play. 
© Martin Tashner; 3Feb67; DU67970. 

OH 5 TO BE WITH MOTHER, NOW THAT 
FATHER'S HERE, by Wyatt Cooper. 
71 1. A play. © Wyatt Cooper; 
9Jan67; DU67750. 

OH WHAT A LOVELY WAR, a first adaptation 
for the screen from the stage origi- 
nal by Leonard Cyril Deighton. 
92 1. Book & lyrics only. © Leonard 
Cyril Deighton; 8Mar67; DU68335 . 

OILTOWN, TEXAS, U.S.A.; or. My gay 
man. A musical comedy by Lou 
Burkett. 1 v. 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 17Jul64, DU6O698. NM: ad- 
ditions. © (Mrs. J. C.) Lou Burkett; 
30Sep67; DU682it5. 



OLD-FASHIONED VIRTUES PAY OFF! Record- 
ing script for Pontiac Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 
13 1. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp . ; lJun67 ; 
CI9549. 

OLD HOBOKEN, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Frances 
Heath Smith & Peter James Smith. 
33 1. ® Frances Heath Smith & Peter 
James Smith; 20Mar67; DU58298. 

OLD MAN JACKSON; original story & 
screenplay by John Stag Hanson. 
165 1. 3 acts. © John Stag Hanson & 
Marcia M. Hanson; 22Dec66; m68lk9. 

OLD MAN JACKSON; original story & 
Sc screenplay by John Stag Hanson. 
172 1. 3 acts. NM: editorial 
changes. © John Stag Hanson; 29Dec66; 
DP633O. 

OLD TOWN, by Lynn B. Kohner. 4 1. 
A play. © Lynn B. Kohner; 23Mar67; 
DU6817O. 

OLDSMOBILE'S NINETY-EIGHTS, THE CAR 
WITH EVERYTHING, PLUS; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Motor Di- 
vision by Jam Handy Organization. 
5 1. © Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; lJun67; 0195"* 5. 



OLLANTAY, a Ketchua drama by an anony- 
mous author, direct English transla- 
tion from the Spanish translation 
... by Nuria Halty. 73 1. 15 scenes. 
© Nuria Halty; 20Mar67; DU68478. 

OLLANTAY, a Ketchua drama translated by 
Nuria Halty, from the Spanish version 
of Padre Mossl; adapted for the stage 
in English language by Howard 
Richardson. 5I !• 15 scenes. 
© Nuria Halty & Howard Richardson; 
20Mar67; DU68lt79. 

ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER, 
a musical play by Alan Jay Lemer, 
music by Burton Lane. New York, 
Random House. 115 P- £ acts. Book 
8: lyrics only. Appl. states lyrics 
prev. pub. © Alan Jay Lerner; 
19Sep66; DP6288. 



ON THE NATURE OF GREEK THOUGHT AND ITS 
RELATION TO THE STRUCTURE OF ANCIENT 
GREEK SOCIETY, by Karl H. Nlebyl. 
26 1. © Karl H. Nlebyl; 29Jun67; 
01965^+. 

ON IMMORTALITY, by Harold L. Rupprecht. 
71. © Harold L. Rupprecht; 20Apr67; 

cig'tos. 

ONCE, A GYPSY, a musical; story, music 
& book by John 0. Sehulze. 1 v. 
© John 0. Sehulze; 8Mar67; DU67950. 

ONCE UPON A RHYME, a musical play; book, 
music & lyrics by Patricia R. Badger. 
1 V. Based on familiar nursery rhyme 
characters. © Patricia R. Badger; 
22May67; DU6885O. 



ONCE UPON NATURNUS, a musical play for 
children by Buddy Jisi (Vincent 
Jisl) 1 V. 8 scenes. © Vincent 
Jisi; 17May67; DU68715. 

ONCE UPON THREE TIMES, an original 

musical fantasy by William S. Dunkin. 
1 V. Recording script in 2 acts. 
© William S. Dunkin; 24Peb67; 
DU67908 . 

ONE BEAUTIFUL ME, by Miriam L. Sweeney. 
21 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Miriam L. 
Sweeney; 15Mar67; DU68152. 



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ONE BEAUTIFUL ME; words & melody by 
Miriam Sweeney, harmonized 4: arr. by 
Irma Fensel. 1 v. 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. DU68l52. MM: 
music & lyrics. © Miriam E. Sweeney; 
8Apr67; DP637I. 

ONE DAY; words by Adam. Clayton Powell 
& C. Sumner Stone. Sheet. © Bright 
Tunes Music Corp.; WFeb67; C19348. 

ONE-FIFTY -FIVE AND ONE-NINETY-FIVE COM- 
PACT TRACTORS; recording script fcr 
J. I. Case Co. by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 15 1. © J. I. Case Co.; 
lJun67; CI9560. 

ONE FOR THE MONEY, by Gerald Prueltt. 
41* 1. A screenplay. ® Gerald 
Prueitt; 13Feb67; DU67761. 
ONE GOOD TURN. See 
I SPY, ONE GOOD TURN. 

ONE HORSE OPEN SLEIGH. See, 

VARIATION OP JINGLE BELLS, OR THE ONE 
HORSE OPEN SLEIGH. 



ONE MAN, LIKE A CITY: AN EVENING WITH 
WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS, an enter- 
tainment for the stage arranged by 
Ronald H. Bayes. 39 1. 2 Pts. 
® Ronald Homer Bayes; 8jun67; 
CI9647. 

ONE MORE time; A play in two acts by 
Dana Glenn. 64 1. © Dana Glenn; 
17Feb67; DU67839. 

ONE OF OUR GIRLS, a musical comedy, 
book, music & lyrics by Neil Meyer. 
2 V. © Nell Elliot Moyer; 23May67; 
DU68897 . 

ONE SONG ON THE OPRY; words & music 
by Glenn Eck. 2 1. © Glenn L. Eck; 
5War67; C19375- 



ONE SUNDAY AFTERNOON. 
BIFF. 



See 



ONE THING MISSING, a one-act play 
by James M. Murray. 24 1. © James 
M. Murray; 8Mar67 ; DU68054 . 



ONE'S FOR YOU, a play by Harry C. 
La Tier. 90 1. 2 acts. © Harry 
C. La Tier; 4jan67; DU67563. 

ONLY TEN MINUTES TO BUFFALO. See 
FOUR PLA.YS. 

OPEN THE GARDEN GATE, a comedy in three 
acts by John N. Marino. 1 v. 
© John N. Marino; 7Apr67; DU68330. 

OPEN-TO-BUY, a musical comedy in two 
acts by Robert J. Ornstein. Rev. 
Jan. 18, 1967. 1 V. Book only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 20Apr66, 
DU65666. ® Robert J. Ornstein; 
6Mar67; DU68172. 

OPERATION LA GRELECHE, de Jean Poiret, 
pseud, de Jean Poire, & Michel Ser- 
rault. 198 p. Une pi^ce. © Jean 
Poiret & Michel Serrault; 9Feb67; 
DU68259. 

OPERATION M, a melodramatic screen- 
play by Jerry L. Evans, pseud, of 
Laurence S. Liebson. 94 1. 
® Jerry L. Evans; 6Mar57; 
DU68035 . 

OPERATION WEDDING, by N. S. Robbins. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. ® N. S. 
Robbins; 31Jan67; DU67728, 

OPPORTUNITY-KNOWLEDGE, by Wilding. 
Writer: J. Davenport. 51 1. 
Script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 27Mar67: 
CI9337. 



OPPORTUNITY- POWER, prepared for John 
Deere by Wilding; writer, John Daven- 
port. 30 1. A musical screenplay. 
Book S: lyrics only. © Wilding, Inc.; 
27Apr67; DU68520. 

OPPORTUNITY, PROFIT, CORN AND BEANS 
VERSION, by Wilding. Writer: John 
Davenport. 30 1. A script. 
©Wilding, Inc.; lMay67 ; C19420. 

OPPORTUNITY-PROFIT, WHEAT AND GRAINS 
VERSION, by Wilding. Writer: John 
Davenport. 29 1. Script. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 27Mar67; C19339. 

OPPORTUNITY THRESHOLD; theme film 
for Deere days, I966, by Wilding. 
281. Script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 
27Mar67; DU68351. 

ORAL DELIVERY ON TELEVISION PROGRAMS, 
by John P. Modderno. 20 1. 
© General Techniques Associates, 
Inc.; 22May67; C19494. 

ORAL LECTURE ON INSTANT CAMPER AND 
INSTANT CAMPERS RELATED CHARACTERS, 
by William Ceravolo. 3 1. © William 
Ceravolo; 26May67; CI9590. 

ORP; or. Please, please turn me off. 
Original story & screenplay by Tom 
Graeff (Thomas L. Graeff) 173 1. 
© Thomas L. Graeff; 3Apr67; DU68412. 

L'ORFEO; favola in muslca dl Claudlo 
Monteverdi; edited by Denis Stevens. 
London, Novello. 150 p. 5 atti. 
For soloists, chorus S: orchestra. 
© Novello S: Co., Ltd.; 3Apr67; 
DFO-1526. 

THE ORIGINAL HOUSE OF ORIGINAL SIN, a 
musical play; book S: lyrics by Lauren 
Fltzhugh & Bryan Ryman; music by 
J. A. Le Bourdais; graphics by Laurence 
McMahan. 1 v. 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. Mar. 1966, DU65474. NM: 
musical score S; script rev. ® J. A. 
Le Bourdais, Bryan Ryman & Lauren 
Fltzhugh; llJan67; DU67595- 

AN ORIGINAL MUSICAL, by Elaine May. 
70 1. ■ Book only. © Elaine May; 
6Feb67; Du67733. 

L'ORMINDO, by Giovanni Faustini; set 
to music by Francesco Cavalli, Eng- 
lish translation by Geoffrey Dunn. 
London, Faber Music. 44 p. 2 acts. 
Libretto. © Faber Music, Ltd.; 
lJun67; DFO-1547. 

ORPHEUS IN THE NEW WORLD, an extrava- 
ganza Of fenbachique in two acts by 
Thaddeus Wlttlin. 105 1- © Thad- 
deus Wittlln; 6Mar67; DU68033. 

OSCAR IN THE WILDE WILDE WEST; or. 
The big goes au go go. A farce in 
two acts by Alan Marlis. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Alan Philip 
Marlis; 22Jun67; DU69023. 

OSMOSIS, an original story written by 
John Sullivan. 139 1. A screen- 
play. ©Atlantic Programmes, Ltd.; 
2Feb67; DU67769. 

THE OSTRICH, by Dom Angelo. 62 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Dom Angelo; 
9Mar67; DU68374 . 

OTHELLO. See 

TRAGEDIES II: ROMEO AND JULIET, 
OTHELLO, KING LEAR. 

THE OTHER FELLOW'S SHOES; shooting 
script for Royal Crown Cola. 
Writer: Don B. Durlan. 26 1. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 27Mar67; CI9338. 



THE OTHER SIDE OF THE YEAR, a play in 
one act by Roma Greth. 21 1. 
© Roma Greth; 17May67; DU68711. 

OUCH, DARLING! By Ralph Winnett. 
149 1. A play in 2 acts. © Ralph 
Winnett; 9Jun67; DU68911. 



OUR FIRST RHYTHM BAND, a script pre- 
pared for Classroom Materials by 
Lois Raebeck. 10 1. © Lois Raebeck; 
28Mar67; C19367 . 

OUR LADY OF STAINS, by David Lawrence 
Lipman. 40 p. A play. © David 
Lawrence Lipman; 2gMay67; DU68794 . 

OUR LADY OF THE STRIPTEASE; libretto 
by Robert Richard Pallenberg. 
15 1. © Robert Ric-hai-d Pallenberg; 
17Apr67; DU68439. 

OUR MAN, a play in three acts by George 
& Eva Newfield, pseuds, of George 
William & Eva N. Vavruska. 1 v. 
© Eva N. Vavruska & George William 
Vavruska; 5Apr67; DU68612. 

OUR MAN IN HAVANA. See 
UNSER MANN IN HAVANNA. 

OUR NEXT WORLD RULER IS JESUS CHRIST, 
by John Whitney Keisler, Sr. 
71. ® John Whitney Keisler, Sr.; 
10Mar67; CI9255 . 

OUR TOWN AT CHRISTMAS, a play in one 
act by Dorothy D. Moore. 1 v. 
© Dorothy D. Moore; 2Mar67; 
DU68016. 

THE OUT-FRONT WAGON SET; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 6 1. 
® Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; Ijun67; C19540. 

OUT OF THE DARKNESS, by Merle 

Benneche. 1 v. A play in 4 acts. 
© Merle Benneche; 20Feb67; DU67862. 

OUT OF THE FOG, a play in one act by 
E. Ivy Fisher. 35 1. © E. Ivy 
Fischer; l4Apr67; DU68428-. 

OUT OF THE WEST THE WIND, a play by 
Anderson McCullough. 1 v. 3 acts 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Westward 
blows the wheat. NM: revisions 
DU6858r°" ^' '^'=°"^^°"Sh; llApr67; 

THE OUTING, a short photoplay by 

Richard Pepperman. 8 1. © Richard 
Pepperman; lMar67; DU68011. 

THE OUTLAW, a tragedy in one act by 
August Strindberg, translated from 
the Swedish by Arvid Paulson. 42 1. 
® Arvid Paulson; 20Mar67; DU68l43. 

AN OUTLINE OF GUERRILLA REVOLUTION, 
INTENDED TO BE A PATTERN OR PROFILE 
OF PLANNED GUERRILLA REVOLUTION, by 
Jack Stevenson. 6 1. © Jack Steven- 
son; 29Mar67; C19346. 

OUTSIDE-INSIDE, by Robert D. Jones. 
1 V. A screenplay. © Robert D. 
Jones; l8Apr67; DU68451. 



OVER MY DEAD BODY, by Carl Don, pseud, 
of Kalman Goldman. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Carl Don; 23Jan67; 
DU67695 . 

OXYGEN, ALTITUDE AND THE BODY; script of 
a disc recorded narration to be re- 
produced as an educational lecture by 
Paul E. Sanderson. 25 1. © Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; 15May67; CI9619. 



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Jan.-June 



PABLO, a play in eight scenes by D. E. 
Hughes. 28 1. © Douglass Edmondson 
Hughes; 20Jun67; DU68966. 

THE PAINTER, by Burton Snyder. 
11 1. A play. © Burton Snyder; 
10Apr67; DU68390. 

PAINTING DAY, by James Shearwood. 
31 1. A play. © James Shearwood; 
28Mar67; DU68372. 

PALABRAS EN LA ARENA. See 

DOS DRAMAS DE BUERO VALLEJO; AVENTURA 
EN LO ORIS & LAS PALABRAS EN LA 
ARENA. 

PANDORA'S BOX, a religious entertain- 
ment by Helen De Sola, pseud, of 
Helen Winner. 1 v. 10 scenes. 
© Helen Winner; 9Feb67; DU67807. 

PANDORA'S BOX. gee 
THE LULU PLAYS. 

PANIC AT 1075; original screenplay by 
Aubrey Wisberg. 129 1. ® Aubrey 
Wisberg; DJun67 ; DU68844 . 

THE PANIC BUTTON, a play by Ben Starr. 
1 V. 3 acts. © Ben Starr; 27Feb67; 
DU67927. 

PANORAMA DU THEATPE NOUVEAU, VOLUME It 
LE THEATRE DBS ENFERS . Comedie, de 
Samuel Beckett; L'hypothese, de 
Robert Flnget; Pastes d'enfer, de 
Michel de Ghelderode. Edited by 
Jacques G. Benay & Reinhard Kuhn. 
New York, Appleton-Century-Crof ts. 
136 p. NM: pref., Introductions, 
compilation & notes. © Meredith 
Pub. Co.; l8Apr57; A906417. 

PANORAMA DU THEATRE NOUVEAU, VOLUME 2: 
LE THEATRE DE LA CRUAUTE. Le bale on, 
de Jean Genet. Edited by Jacques G. 
Benay & Reinhard Kuhn. New York, 
Appleton -Century-Crofts. 157 p. NM: 
pref., introductions, compilation & 
notes. ©Meredith Pub. Co.; l8Apr67; 
A906418. 

PANTAGLEIZE; opera in three acts; 
libretto adapted by Robert Starer 
from the play by Michel de Ghelderode; 
music by Robert Starer. 92 1. 
Vocal score. © MCA Music, division 
of MCA, Inc.; 19Apr67; DU68623. 

XL PAPA E MORTE, a new play by Thomas 
Darien & Edward Six. 100 1. 2 acts. 
Text in English. © Thomas Darien 
& Edward Six; 7Mar67; DU68otl. 
PAPA GRUBERMACHER, TOYMAKER, an original 
musical play by Barry Blue, pseud, of 
Solomon Karl Blumenkranz. 1 v. 
7 scenes. © Solomon Karl Blumenkranz; 
3Feb67; DU67842. 

PAPYRUSi A one-act play by William 
Kushner. 8 1. © William Kushner; 
l6Mar67; DU68309. 
PARADISE ISLAND, a musical play for 
Juniors. Music by T. R. Davies, 
words by G. Lewis. London, Oxford 
University Press, hj, p. 2 acts. 
© Oxford University Press; 29Sep56; 
DPO-I5IC. 

THE PARAGON, an original play in three 
acts by Beatrice Fisher, pseud, of 
Beatrice Hirsch. 30 1. © Beatrice 
Hirsch; 27Jun67; DU69057. 

PARENTS AND CHILDREN; ten small plays 
with notes & questions for parents ' 
discussion groups by Clarice McNamara 
& Margaret Henry. Sydney, Angus & 
Robertson. 107 p. © Clarice 
McNamara & Margaret Henry; 27Apr67; 
AIO-9975. 



PARI AND THE PRINCE; book, music & 
lyrics by Julie Mandel. 16 p. 
(McGraw-Hill little theatre series) 
2 acts. Based on The shepherd's 
daughter, by William Saroyan from 
his book The daring young man on the 
flying trapeze. Book & lyrics only. 
© Julie Mandel; 26Apr67; DP6588. 



PARIS ADVENTURE. 
SPLIT THE POT. 



See 



PARIS AND HELEN, a play by P. J. 

Miller (Joseph William Miller) 90 1. 
5 acts. © Joseph Williain Miller 
(pen name: Paul J. Miller); 5Jan67; 
DU67567. 



THE PARIS INTERLUDE, an original 
dramatic narrative by Mark Balfour. 
4 1. © Mark Balfour; 15Mar67; 
CI9370. 

THE PARK; original screenplay by 
Francis Swann. I68 1. © Francis 
Swann; 15May67; DU 68692. 

PAROUSIA (Second coming) By Susan L- 
Clark, Maya B. Muir, Ellen W. Reath 
& Kay E. Tucker. li 1. A play. 
© Springslde School; 7Feb67; DU68074 . 

THE PARTICULAR LITTLE SHOP, by 
Doris A. Paul. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. With music for 1 song. 
® Doris A. Paul; 9Jun67; DU6S906. 

PARTITA FOR AUTUMN TWILIGHT, a romantic 
comedy by Robert Olen Butler. 8j5 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Robert Olen 
Butler; 9Jan67; DU67575 . 

THE PARTY ON GREENWICH AVENUE, a play 
by Grandin Conover. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Grandin R. Conover; l8May67; 
DU68723. 

PASSING THROUGH LIBERIA, a play in one 
act by Hal Ackerman (Harold Ackerman) 
37 1. © Harold Ackerman; 25Apr67; 
DU68535. 

PASSPORT TO HELL; translated from 
Rumanian by Marlus Magureanu. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Marius 
S. Magureanu; l6jan67; DU677't7 . 

PASTORALE, a play by Jerry Chandler. 
1 v; 3 acts. © Jerry T. Chandler; 
2Jun67; DU68829. 

PATENT LEATHER SUNDAY, a one act play 
with incidental music by W. Francis 
Lucas. 22 1. © W. Francis Lucas; 
21Feb67; DU67992. 

PATHOLOGY INSIGHTS, See 
TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO.l. 

PATTERNS OF LITERATURE, VOL.3: 
Dramatic literature; Julian L. 
Maline, James Berkley, general 
editors. Syracuse [N.Y. ] L. W. 
Singer Co. 425 P- (Singer/Random 
House literature series) NM: ad- 
ditions. © L. W. Singer Co., Inc.; 
3Jan67; A888834 . 

PAUL BUNYAN AND THE LAUGHING RIVER, 
recording script by Peter Haas. 
10 1. © Peter Haas; 22Mar67; 
CI9325 . 

PAVANNE, by Donna Weikel. 45 1. 
A play with music. Suggested by a 
story by Mary Craven & Donna Weikel. 
Book & lyrics only. © Mrs. John R. 
Weikel III; 24May67; DU68859. 

THE PAYING OF THE PIPER, a play in one 
act by Albert Wachtel. 35 1. 
© Albert Wachtel; 28Mar67; DU68225 . 

PEACE IS INDIVIDUAL, a Christian Science 
lecture by Roy J. Linnig. 4 p. 
© Roy J. Linnig; 21Nov66; C19264 . 



PEACE IS INDIVIDUAL. See 

FRIEDEN-EINE INDIVIDUELLE VERANT- 
WORTUNG . 

THE PEAR SHAPED SOULS, by Valgene 
Massey. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Valgene Massey; 8Mar67; DU68047 . 

PEAR WATER AND GRITS, by Polly Park 
(Mary P. Park) 1 v. A play in 5 
acts. © Mary P. Park; 25Apr67; 
DU68539. 

THE PEARL, a one act play by Joseph 
Praml. 11 1. © Joseph Patrick 
Praml; l4Mar67; DU68099. 

PEASANT INTERVIEW. See 

RUSSIAN TV SHOW BEAMED TO AMERICA: 
A PEASANT INTERVIEW. 

A PENNY FOR A SONG, an opera in two 
acts by Richard Rodney Bennett; 
libretto by Colin Graham. [London] 
Universal Edition (14604) 209 P- 
Adapted from the play by John Whit- 
ing. Vocal score. NM: musical set- 
ting & adaptation. © Universal 
Edition, Ltd.; 12Apr67; DFO-1548. 

PEOPLE WATCHERS. Sse 

CONTROLLING STORE SUPPLIES. 

PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN STONE HOUSES 
SHOULDN'T THROW GLASS, by Robert 
Edward Braun. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Frances P. Braun & Rudolph 
J. Braun; 26Jan67; DU67707. 

PEORIA; words & music by Joseph W. Neff, 
play by Joseph W. Neff. 1 v. 
5 acts. © Joseph W. Neff; 24Apr67; 
DU69069 . 

PEPE AND SHEBA, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Patricia Lopez (Patricia Lopez 
Biafore) 32 1. © Patricia Lopez 
Biafore; 23Feb67; DU67886. 

PERILOUS JOURNEY, a one act play by 
Sally Assln. 34 1. © Sally Assin; 
llApr67; DU68394. 

PERSPECTIVE, PART 1. By Violet Priest- 
ley. 9 1- Fllmstrip script. 
©Violet Priestley d.b.a. Library 
Fllmstrip Center; 17Mar67; C19273. 

FERSPECTrVE 11, by Violet Priestley. 
51. A fllmstrip script. © Violet 
Priestley d.b.a. Library Fllmstrip 
Center; 13Mar67; C19372. 

THE PESSIMIST; comedy in five acts by 
Robert George, pseud, of Robert 
George Davenport. 264 1. © Robert 
George; lMay67; DU68867. 

PETER VEHGEICHEK, a screenplay by 

J. Francis Beeh. 142 1. © J. Francis 
Beeh; 15Feb67; DU6783I. 

PETER'S FIRST PLAY, by Bernard Blatt. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Bernard 
Blatt; 19Apr67; DU68476. 
UN PEU PLUS TARD, UN PEU PLUS TOT; 
comedie de Pierre Barillet et 
Jean Pierre Gredy. 209 1- 2 acts. 
© Pierre Barillet & Jean Pierre 
Gredy; lMay67; DU68866. 

PHILLIS, by Blllie Lou Watt, with music 
by Martin Newman. 1 v. A play in 

3 acts. © Billie Lou Watt; 20Apr67; 
DU68653. 

PHONETICS; television script no.l by 
Mr. Phonetics, pseud, of Oliver Smith. 

4 1. © Oliver Smith; 22May67; 
CI95I2. 

PHOTO FINISH. See 

PICTORIAL HORSERACE GAME: PHOTO 
FINISH. 



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PICKETT'S CHAEGE, a comedy in one act 
by Mary Fournier Bill. 27 1. 
© Mary Fournier Billj 17May67; 
DU68712. 

PICTORIAL HORSERACE GAME: PHOTO FINISH, 
by P. S. Seymour-Heath. 1 v. 
A recording script. © P. S. Seymour- 
Heath; 20Apr67; Cig'tOl. 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN, by James P. 
Polack & James Farmer. 5 1. A re- 
cording script. © Gables Music 
Co., Inc.; 9Jan67; C19143. 

PIERRE PATHELIN, a one act chamber 

musical for children; book by Margaret 
McKerrow S: Michael Harrah; music by 
Roger Wertenberger; lyrics by Michael 
Harrah; translated & adapted from the 
medieval French farce bj. Michael 
Harrah. 1 v. © Michael Harrah, 
Margaret McKerrow & Roger wertenberger; 
25Jan67; DU67985. 

pigeon; a comedy in three acts by 

Robert Brome. I36 1. © Robert Brome; 
27Feb67; DU67926. 

PIGEONS ON MY HEAD, a play in one act 
by Barry Dinerman. 35 1. © Barry 
Dinerman; 25Apr67; DU685t0. 

THE PILGRIM, adapted by Cecil Madden & 
Jill Fenson from the Spanish play 
Dlalogos de la herejla, by Agustin 
Gomez-Arcos. 78 1. A play In 3 acts. 
© Cecil Madden & Jill Fenson; 
6Mar67; DU67999. 

A PINCH OF SALT, a tragic drama in 
three acts by Jerrold Karp. 157 1. 
© Jerrold Karp; 5Jun67; DU68838. 

PINOCCHIO, See 

PINOCCHIO AND THE FIRE-EATER. 

PINOCCHIO AND THE FIRE-EATER, a one-act 
play for children by Aurand Harris. 
16 p. (The McGraw-Hill little 
theater series) Suggested by scenes 
from Pinocchlo by Carlo Collodi. 
© Aurand Harris; 26Apr67 ; DFG'^Ok . 

PIPPIN, PIPPIN, a musical play by- 
Ron Strauss (Ronald H. Strauss) 
& Lawrence Stephens, pseud, of 
Stephen L. Schwartz. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. ® Ron Strauss 
& Lawrence Stephens; 17Apr67; 
DU68579. 

THE PIT, by Jan Hartman. (In Religious 
theatre no. 4. p. 7 -20) ® Jan Hartman; 
24Feb67; DP6384 . 

THE PITCHMAN BIT, by Joseph A. Palladino. 
2 1. A monologue. © Joseph A. 
Palladino a.k.a. Joey Faye; 3Apr67; 
CI9426. 

THE PLACE OF FEAR AND PEACE, a verse 
play of Genesis 12-22 by Kenneth 
L. Chomont. 46 1. 15 scenes. 
© Kenneth Louis Chomont; 7Mar57; 
DU68045. 

THE PLANE THAT REFUSED T.O DIE, by 
Douglas J. Ingells. 24 1. A nar- 
ration script. ® West Michigan Tele- 
casters, Inc. & Douglas J. Ingells; 
l6Jan67; CI9388. 

THE PLANNING OF URBAN RENEWAL; address 
by Maurice F. Parkins. 7 1. 
© Matirice F. Parkins; 12Jan67; 
CI9169. 

PLANNING YOUR FAMILY, ENOVID-E; 

narration for sound filmstrip. 7 1. 
© G. D. Searle Sc Co.; 3Jan67; 
CI9IIO. 

PLANNINGS, a show for nightclub? & 
theatres by Edward Dorlk (Edward 
Udovioh) 1 V. Book & lyrics only. 
© Edward Dorlk; 9Peb67; DU67964. 



THE PLANTER, by Elizabeth Powers. 
123 1. A play in 4 sets. © Eliza- 
beth Powers; 31Mar67; DU68254. 



PLAY, a drama in two acts by Hazel 
A. Sais. 1 V. © Hazel Aleen Sals; 
7Apr67; DU68376. 

A PLAY, by Theodore Conrad First. 
29 1. A play. ® Theodore Conrad 
First; 30Jan67; DU67724 . 

PIAY BRIDGE WITH THE EXPERTS. 5 1. 
Shooting script. Appl. states prev. 
reg. Cl8401. NM: revision of introd. 
© Bridge Corp. of America; 29May67; 

c 19606. 

PLAY ME PERFECT; book by Aram Robert 
Schefrln. 36 1. A musical screen- 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Arajii 
Robert Schefrin; 4jan67; DU67562. 

PLAYBOY DETECTIVE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Stanley M. Shoemaker. 29 1. ® Stan- 
ley M. Shoemaker; 5Apr67; DU68457. 

THE PLAYMATES, a one-act play by Mlckl 
McClelland. 10 1. © Micki Mc- 
Clelland; 20Dec66; DU67541. 

PLAYS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, a collec- 
tion of short plays by Haven Hubbard. 
Who can play, and others. 1 v. 
© Haven Hubbard; 9May67; DU68648. 

PLAYS TO ENJOY, by Raymond Plcozzl. 

New York, Macmillan I69 p. (Literary 
heritage series) NM: compilation & 
Introd. ©Macmillan Co.; 3Jan67; 
A914983. 

PLEASE DON'T FEED THE GIANT, by 
Jerry Devine. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Jerry Devine; 24Apr67; 
DU68527 . 
PLEASE, PLEASE TURN ME OFF. See 
ORF. 



PLEASE TURN TO PAGE SIX, a play about 
a modern American newspaper consist- 
ing of a prologue & seven scenes by 
Scott Long (Winfield Scott Long) 
111 p. ® Scott Long; 31Mar67; 
DU68248. 

A POCKET FULL OF WRY, a play in three 
acts by William R. Reardon. 1 v. 
© William R. Reardon; 19Jun67; 
DU69OO3. 



THE POET'S GIRL, by Leroy Stone. 

30 1. A play in 2 scenes. © Leroy 
S. Stone; 9Jan67; DU67853. 



THE POINT EPSILON-PRIME THEOREM, 

a manuscript of new research results 
by Edward 0. Sill. l4 1. Lecture. 
© Edward 0. Sill; 31May67; CI9587. 

POISON. See 
PROGRAMME . 

POKE, by Donald 0. Dyal, pseud, of 
Thomas Erskine Smith. 1 V. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Thomas Erskine Smith; 
22Dec66; DU67732. 

THE POLISH THEATRE OF LEON KRUCZKOWSKI 
AND TWO OF HIS PLAYS: THE GEPJ«1IS 
AND THE FIRST DAY OF FREEDOM, by 
Ann M. Levin. 271 1. ® Ann M. 
Levin; 150ct66; DP6304 . 

POLLY. See 

POLLY WANTS A PIRATE. 



POLLY WANTS A PIRATE, a musical tale; 
music & lyrics by Morton Banks, book 
by Allan Cruickshank. 2 v. 2 acts. 
Suggested by the ballard opera Polly, 
by John Gay. ® Morton A. Banks S: 
Allan Cruickshank; 20Mar67; DU68368. 

POMEGRANADA, an operatic camp by 
H. M. Koutoukas. 1 v. Libretto. 
© H. M. Koutoukas; 28Mar67; 
DU68603. 

POOR RISK. 2 1. (The Fun factory, 
no. 3) A narration script. 
© Ultimus Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; 
CI9156. 

POP ART, a play in one act by George 
Hoffman. 5 1. Includes music & 
lyrics to 1 song. ® George Hoffman; 
6Feb67; DU67766. 

PORTRAIT OF A PSYCHEDELIC SOUL; story 
& screenplay by Peter Savage, pseud, 
of Frank Petrella. Ill 1. © Frank 
Petrella; 27Jun67; DU69056. 

A PORTRAIT OF THE MASK, a play in two 
acts by Douglas M. Young. Ill 1. 
® Douglas M. Yoiing; 8May67; DU68676. 

POT OP GOLD. See 
THE CLOUDS. 

THE POT PARTY; or, How to be happy 
while breathing. By Irving Vendig. 

1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Irving 
Vendig Associates, Inc.; 3Mar67; 
DU68019. 

POWER OF LOVE. See 

LOVE YOUR ENEMIES, THE POWER OF LOVE. 

THE POWER OF MY WILL, a play in three 
acts by Mildred Dumas. 85 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 30Mar66, PU65605. 
NM: additions & revisions. ® Mil- 
dred Dumas; 6Mar67; DU68032. 

THE POWER OF PRAYER; words by Adam 
Clayton Powell. Sheet. © Bright 
Tunes Music Corp.; l4Feb67; C19194 . 

THE PREGNAftT PAUSE, by Dolores Walker & 
Andrew Piotrowskl. 1 v. A play in 

2 acts. ® Dolores Walker & Andrew 
Piotrowskl; 17May67; DU68717. 



PREISTORIA SUI TETTI DEL MONDO. See 
TRILOGIA DI PRESITORIA: PREISTORIA 
SUI TETTI DEL MONDO, TEMPI DI LUCE 
STRANA & OGGI ALL'ISOLA VAGA. 



PRESCHOOL ACTIVITIES; spoken words as 
used on the recorded version by 
Harold H. LeCrone & Mary Jane 
LeCrone. 2 1. ® Harold H. LeCrone & 
Mary Jane LeCrone; a7Mar67; CI9363. 

PRESCRIPTION: LOVE (RX: LOVE!) A new 
musical comedy by Rosemary G. Brinson 
& Joseph J. Reynolds, pseud, of 
Joseph J. Slyman. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 1964. NM: additions & 
revision. ® Rosemary Greene Brinson 
& Joseph J. Reynolds; 30Mar67; 
DU68343. 

PRESIDENTS SPEAK. See 
ANDREW JACKSON. 
ANDREW JOHNSON. 
BENJAMIN HARRISON. 
CALVIN COOLIDGE. 
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER. 
FRANKLIN PIERCE. 
FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT. 
GROVER CLEVELAND. 
HARRY S. TRUMAN. 
HERBERT HOOVER. 
JAMES A. GARFIELD. 
JAMES BUCHANAN. 



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36 



DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



PRESIDENTS SPEAK. -Con. See 
JAMES K. POLK. 
JAMES MADISON. 
JAMES MONROE. 
JOHN ADAMS. 
JOHN F. KENNEDY. 
JOHN QUXNCY ADAMS. 
JOHN TYLER. 
LINCOLN. 

LYNDON B. JOHNSON. 
MARTIN VAN BUREK. 
MILLARD FILLMORE. 
RUTHERFORD B. HAYES. 
THEODORE ROOSEVELT. 
THOMAS JEFFERSON. 
ULYSSES S. GRANT. 
WARREN HARDING. 
WILLIAM H. HARRISON. 
WILLIAM H. TAFT. 
WILLIAM MCKINLEY. 
WOODROW WILSON. 
ZACHARY TAYLOR. 

PRESS ON REGARDLESS. 2 1. (The Fun 
factory, no. 11) A narration script. 
© Ultijnus Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; 
CI9164. 

PRESTIGE, INCORPORATED; three act 
comedy by Adele M. Stevens. 1 v. 
© Adele M. Stevens; 23Jan67; 
DU67696 . 

THE PRETTY ONES, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Edward Mikenas. JO 1. © Edward 
Mikenas; 8jun67; DU68879. 

A PRIMER OP A CONTROVERSIAL FIGUEE, 
a play in one act by Edward Chazin. 
1 V. © Edward Chazin; 25May67; 
DU68779. 

THE PRINCE, an original drama for 
radio by Hal Jespersen (Henry L. 
Jespersen IV) 1 v. © Henry L. 
Jespersen IV; 5Apr67 ; DU68285. 

THE PRINCE OF DEMONS, a screenplay by 
Chris Fellner (Christopher Allyn 
Fellner) 67 1. © Christopher Allyn 
Fellner; 2tjan67; DU67699- 

THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA, by James P. 
Polack & James Parmer. 4 1. A 
recording script. © Gables Music 
Co., Inc.; 9Jan67; C191tl. 



PRINCESS REBECCA BIRNBAUM. 
POUR SHORT PLAYS. 



See 



PRISONERS OF THE BLOOD SAMURAI, 
a screenplay by Chris Fellner 
(Christopher Allyn Fellner) S'i 1. 
© Christopher Allyn Fellner; 
l8Apr67; DU68I53. 

PROBINOL, by Joe Abrams. 80 1. 

A play in 3 acts. © Joe I. Abrams; 
27Mar67; DU68185. 

PROBLEM PREGNANCIES, by Wilfred L. 
Gustin. 4 1. A sermon. © Wilfred 
L. Gustin; 5May67 ; 019442.^ 
THE PROCLAMATION, a happening by Iva 
Martlrano. 7 1. A play. © Iva 
Pediani Martlrano; 15Feb67; DU67828. 
PROFILES IN COURAGE. See 
EIGHT COURAGEOUS AMERICANS. 

PROFIT POWER; recording script for 

J. I. Case Co. by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 17 1. © J. I. Case Co.; 
lJun67; C19536. 

PROGRAMME, 3 one-act plays by Gertrude 
Greenridge. The lifeguard; Poison; 
Shadow play. 1 v. © Gertrude 
Greenridge; 20Feb67; DU67865. 



PROLEGOMENON, by George Dursthoff. 
ll* 1. A play. ® George Henry 
Dursthoff; 27Feb67; DU67929^ 

PROMISE AND PROSPECT OF AMERICAN JEWRY. 
See 
JUDAISM'S COMING GOLDEN AGE: THE 

PROMISE AND PROSPECT OF AMERICAN 

JEWRY. 

PROMISE NOT TO TELL, a play in three 
acts by Rolf Lium. 88 1. © Rolf 
Lium; 28Feb67; Du68lt5. 

DER PROPHET; Schauspiel in drei Akten 
von Friedrich G. von Kleinwaechter. 
[Vienna] Universal Edition. I08 p. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; 22Mar67; 
DFO-1534. 

PROPHET WITHOUT HONOR, a play in three 
a'-ts by Rowland Posey. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 9Mar66, 
DU65216. NM: revisions. © Charles 
Rowland Posey; 17Apr67 ; DU68t36. 

PROPOSAL TO SOUTHLAND BEEF & PROVISION 
CO. 1 V. © Brick Muller, Swearingen, 
Dorrity Advertising, Inc.; 22Dec66; 
C19140. 

PSLIGHTLY PSYCHOTIC, by John C. Earl. 
1 V. A musical play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © John C. Earl; 
5May67; DU68674 . 

THE PSYCHEDELIC, an original screen- 
play by Edward Jacobs. 100 1. 
© Edward Russell Jacobs; 6Mar67 ; 
DU682OI. 



PSYCHO-BEDELLIC ATTACK. 
BLISS . 



See 



THE PSYCHOLOGY OF COMMUNICATION AND 
TECHNIQUES OF PERSUASION, a lecture 
by Paul E. McKamy. 84 1. Based on 
the latest research ... in the field 
of behavioral science. © Paul E. 
McKamy; 27Apr67; C19460. 

PUBLIC RELATIONS AS AN ELEMENT IN THE 
BUSINESS OPERATION, by John L. 
Mortimer. 3 v. 39 lectures. 
© John L. Mortimer; 23Nov66; C19109. 

PUBLICITY A NO-NO TO PUBLICITY A GO-GO, 
a spoof in verse & dialogue by 
Freddie Seymour Dalton (A. Winnifred 
Dalton) & Bettina Beals Kyper (Bettina 
M. Kyper) 20 1. 5 scenes. 
© Freddie Seymour Dalton & Bettina 
Beals Kyper; 7Mar67; DU68I32. 

PUNCHINELLO AND THE DONKEY, a one act 
play by J. A. Christensen, adapted 
from the l6th century oomraedia d'el 
arte. 22 1. © J. A. Christensen; 
7Feb67; DU67972. 

PUPPET PLAYS; authors, Jeanne Murray 
Charlton & Dorothy Tveten. The 
dancing dragon and the magic Christ- 
mas tree, and others. 1 v. © Jeanne 
Murray Charlton & Dorothy Tveten; 
13Jan67; DU67607. 

PUPPET PLAYS, by Berta Metzger. 1 v. 

6 plays. NM: 4 new plays. © Effie 

Metzger Swensson; 20Feb67; DPb336. 
THE PUPPET TREE; book by Vin Cassidy, 

music by Martha Green. 1 v. 

© Vin Cassidy & Martha Green; 

3Feb67; DU68411. 
THE PUPPETEERS, a musical play for 

children by J. J. McCoy. 46 1. 

10 scenes. Text only. © Joseph 

J. McCoy; 3May67; DU68574 . 

PURE SAFETY CUSHION; tires dealer 
meeting script written for the Pure 
Oil Company ... by Wilding. 
56 1. ©Wilding, Inc.; 27Mar67; 
DU6835O. 



PURPLE DOOM. S46 
ECHO OP A SCREAM. 

PUZZLE OF A DOWN PALL CHILD, written 
by Jacques Sigurd. 112 1. A screen- 
play. Appl. author: Atirac Manage- 
ment Corp., employer for hire. 
© Atirac Management Corp.; 29Mar57; 
DU68258. 

PYGMALION AND OTHER PLAYS, by Bernard 
Shaw. The devil's disciple; Caesar 
and Cleopatra. Introduction by 
Alan S. Downer. New York, Dodd, 
Mead. 359 p. ©on introd. & com- 
pilation; Dodd, Mead 8e Co., 13Apr67; 
A910485. 



QUAKER CITY DODGE, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. Sheet. A radio script. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
6Apr67; C19357 . 

THE QUARRY, an opera for young players; 
libretto by David Holbrook, music by 
John Joubert, op. 50. London, Novello. 
47 p. Libretto. © Novello & Co., 
Ltd.; 30Dec66; DFO-I513. 

THE QUARRY, an opera for young players; 
libretto by David Holbrook, music by 
John Joubert, op. 50. London, Novello - 
91 p. Piano-vocal score. © Novello 
& Co., Ltd.; lMar67; DPO-1522. 

QUARTETT; komodie von Richard Arvay. 
90 1. 3 acts. © Richard Arvay; 
26May67; DU6885I. 

THE QUEEN OF PERSIA, an original 
musical play; book & lyrics by 
John F. Grahame, music composed 
by Alexander Maissel. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Based upon the Book of Esther. ■ 
©The Show Shop, Inc.; 27Mar67; 
DU6818O. 

QUEL CHEMIN PRENEZ-VOUS? (Where are 
you going? Conference sur la 
Science Chretienne par Elbert R. 
Slaughter. 34 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. Sept. 1964, C17048. 
NM: French translation. ® Elbert R. 
Slaughter; 6Mar67; C19266. 

THE QUEST; book & lyrics by Anthony 
Inslee Hancock, music by Jane Staab. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
(? Anthony Inslee Hancock & Jane 
Staab; 28Feb67; DU68087. 

QUESTION OF GUILT. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: A 
QUESTION OF GUILT. 
QUESTIONS. See 

THE INNOCENT PARTY. 

QUI POURRAIT NOUS SEPARAR? (Who shall 
separate us?) Conference sur la 
Science Chretienne par Elbert R. 
Slaughter. 26 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. llSep64, CI7063. NM: trans- 
lation. © Elbert R. Slaughter; 
31Jan67; CI9217. 

QUIET IN THE SKY, a teleplay by Joseph 
Guzzetti, Jr. 1 v. 3 acts. 
©Joseph F. Guzzetti, Jr.; 7Apr67; 
DU68514. 

QUIET LIFE, a tragic comedy of American 
Jewish life in 2 acts, 9 scenes by 
M. J. Gendelman, pseud, of Max Adel- 
man. I3I 1. Title transliterated. 
Yiddish. © Max Adelman; 28Mar67; 
DU68614 . 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



37 



R 



R. R. HOOD AND GREY EYES! or. How Miss 
Hood licked Ye Wolf. A Neopolltan 
puppet play In Bostonlan by Lyon 
Phelps. 8 1. Book & lyrics; includes 
music for 1 song. © William Lyon 
Phelps II; 27Deo66; DU67519. 
R. U. HUNGRY; or. Specialty, short 
orders. By Randy Ford (Kenneth 
Randolph Ford) 87 1. A play. 
Appl. states prev. reg. SlDec66, 
DU 67500. NM: additions. ® Randy 
Ford; 26jun67; DU690lt9. 
THE RABBIT MAN, a one-act play in 
camp by Cheryl Passavantl. 21 1. 
©"Cheryl Michele Passavantl; 2May67; 
DU68567 . 
THE RACE RIOT REVUE, by Irvin M. 
Letofsky & Richard Guindon. 1 v. 
20 skits. © Irvin M. Letofsky; 
20Mar67; C19320. 

RADIAL PLY TRUCK TIRES; script for 
Goodyear Tire 8c Rubber Co. by 
Wilding. 15 1. ©Wilding, Inc.; 
27Mar67; C193'tO. 

RAGGED DICK. See _ 
RAGS TO RICHES. 

RAGS TO RICHES, a musical melodrama 
by Aurand Harris; lyrics by Aurand 
Harris & Eva Franklin; music, 
research & continuity by Eva Franklin; 
additional music arrangements & ms. 
by Glenn Mack. Anchorage, Ky . , 
Anchorage Press. 55 P- 2 acts. 
Suggested by 2 stories Ragged Dick & 
Mark the match boy by Horatio Alger. 
Book & lyrics only. © Anchorage 
Press; 5Dec66; DP63OO. 

RAILROAD ELECTRIFICATION; script for 
16 mm. color motion picture prepared 
for General Electric by Wilding. 
59 1. ©Wilding, Inc.; 27Mar67; 
DU68353. 
RAINBOW IN THE DARK, a comedy by Samuel 
Bimkrant. 1 v. 3 acts. ® Samuel 
H. Birnkrant; 13Mar67; DU68l46. 

THE RAINBOW SHOT, a play by Jerry 
Chandler. 1 v. 3 acts. © Jerry 
T. Chandler; 2Jun67; DU68827. 

RAINBOW TERRACE, by Mordecai Oorellk. 

1 V. A play in 5 acts. NM: addition 
& revision. © Mordecai Gorelik; 
3Feb67; DU67785. 

RALLY 'ROUND THE FLAGG, by Gerard W. 
Purcell. 23 1. Recording script. 

2 sides. © Gerard W. Purcell; 
19May67; C 195 86. 

THE RAPE OF THE FAIR COUNTRY, a screen- 
play by John Barnes. 274 1. Based 
on the novel by Alexander Cordell. 
© John W. Barnes; llApr67; DU68622. 

RAT OR PJINBOW, a play by William 

Ooodhart. 1 v. 3 acts. © Boncoeur 
Productions, Inc. 4 Edward E. 
Rhatigan, as Trustee Under Agreements 
... for the benefit of Sarah C. 
Goodhart, Eliza M. Goodhart i Amy W. 
Ooodhart; l6jan67; DU67632. 

THE RATIONAL AND THE IRRATIONAL IN 

HUMAN BEHAVIOR, FROM NEURO-MECHANISMS 
TO PRESENT DAY HUMANISM, by Mark 
Grain. 29 1. A lecture. © Mark 
Grain; 'tJan67; CI9II2. 
RATS, a comedy with music; book & lyrics 
by John Maxwell; music by R. Bowdler. 
1 v. 2 acts. Based on eight days of 
the North African Campaign in the 
last war. © B. John Maxwell; 
3May67; DU68626. 

LA RAZA DE BRONCE, by Judith B. Sauceda. 
20 1. A play in 7 scenes. © Judith 
B. Sauceda; 26Jan67; DU67708. 



RE DAGLI OCCHI DI CONCHIGLIA. See 
TRILOGIA DI STORIA: TRIBUTI AL 
MOSTRO, IL RE DAGLI OCCHI DI 
CONCHIGLIA & SI DIRA DELLE MISERE 
DONNE. 



READE, 



;ADE, a play by Dean M. Regenos . 
2 acts. © Dean M. Regenos. i4Aj 
DU68I* 30 . 



READY OR NOT, a comedy by Will Schneider 
(Maurice Schneider) & Joe Feinstein. 
lid 1. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Four's a crowd. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Will Schneider 
& Joe Feinstein; 19Jun67; DU68998. 

RED CARNATIONS FOR PAUL; drama in one 
act by Frank De Rogatls. 51 1. 
© Frank De Rogatls & Yola De Rogatis; 
12Jan67; DU67605 . 

RED-HOT AND READY; recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 19 1. © Pontiac Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
lJun57; C195'^7. 

RED KETTLE SOUP COMMERCIAL, by George 
Gunderson. Sheet. © George Gunder- 
son; llMay67; C19t56. 

RED, WHITE AND BLUECHIN, a musical 
comedy, book & lyrics by Sidney 
Theil. 2d draft. 1 v. 8 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Sidney Theil; 
50Jan67; DU67857. 

RED WINGl A three act play .with music; 
book & lyrics by Joellen Bland, music 
by Roslyn Aronson. 1 v. © Joellen 
Bland & Roslyn Aronson; 26May67; 
DU68792 . 

THE REFLECTION IN THE MIRROR; original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Philip Katz. 3I 1. © Philip 
Katz; 17Mar67; DU68112. 



THE REGISTER, a short one act play by 
Paris M. Goodrum. 6 1. © Paris 
Macklln Goodrum; 15May67; DU687OO. 

REGRETS TO BOB, an original story 
written & adapted for television, 
by Read Whipple (Gladys E. Whipple) 
34 1. © Gladys E. Whipple; l8Apr67; 
DU68464 . 

DIE REITER, von Aristophanes; tlberset- 
zung und Bearbeitung von Stavros 
Doufexls unter Mitarbeit von Renate 
Lang. fv-ionra] Univerf al Edition. 
121 p. © Universal Edition, A.G.; 
l4Feb67; DPO-1551. 

RELAXATION, by Jane T. Brown. 1 v. 
A recording script. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Jane Brown; 6Feb67; 
CI9178. 

RE-LEGALIZED ABORTION? An address by 
Cyril C. Means, Jr. 103 1- © Cyril 

C. Means, Jr.; 8May67; C19447 . 

REMARKABLE ROCKET. See 

A HOUSE OF POMEGRANATES. 
LE PF;NDEZV0US, a screenplay by Kathleen 

Annetta. l46 1. 35 scenes. 

© Kathleen Annetta; 28Apr67; 

DU68677 . 
RENDEZVOUS; book & lyrics by Keith M. 

Engar, music by Crawford Gates. 

51 1. 7 scenes.. Book & lyrics only. 

© Keith M. Engar & Crawford Gates; 

I4jun67; DU69014. 

RENDEZVOUS WITH COURAGE, by Alexander 

D. Grattan. 140 1. A screenplay. 
© Alexander Daniel Grattan; 3Apr67; 
DU68273. 



REPETITION GENEIJALE. See 

NOUVELLES COMEDIES A UNE VOIX. 

REPORT TO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 259 
BOARD MEETING APRIL 3, I967 . See 
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 259 BOARD 
MEETING APRIL 3, 1967. 

THE REPORTERS. 2 1. (The Fun factory, 
no. 5) A narration script. © Ul- 
tlmus Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; CI9158. 



RESERVATION, a two act comedy by 

William L. Huganir. 1 v. © William 
L. Huganir; 26Jun67; DU69042. 

THE RETURB OF THE PRODIGAL SON, by 
John W. Waiters. 19 p. 3 acts. 
Book only. © John W. Waiters; 
28May67; DP6411. 

RETURN TO WONDER, a one act play by 
Sally Assin. 43 1. © Sally Assin; 
28Mar67; DU68223. 

REUBEN, REUBEN. See 
I'VE BEEN THINKING. 

THE REUNION, a play in two acts by 
Gabriel Dagan. 46 1. © Gabriel 
Dagan; 10May67; DU68656. 

REUNION, by Richard Cook. 15 1. 
A play. © Richard Cook; 9Mar67; 
DU6806O. 

THE REVENGE OF DR. BURRELL, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Henry J. Gibson. 30 1. © Henry 
J. Gibson; 20Mar67; DU68299 . 



REVEREND WES AUGER, INTERVIEW NO.l. 
See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 

REVEREND WES AUGER, INTERVIEW NO.l. 

REVEREND WES AUGER, INTERVIEW NO. 2. 
See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 

REVEREND WES AUGER, INTERVIEW NO. 2. 

THE REVOLUTION IN OUR SCHOOLS, by Paul 
I. Jacobs. 14 1. A play. © Paul I. 
Jacobs; 3Apr67; DU68277. 

THE REVOLUTIONIST; original script by 
Mardik Martin. 88 1. A screenplay. 
© Mardik Martin; 3Jan67; DU68338. 

THE REWARD, by Crane Johnson. New York, 
Theatre Press. 1 v. © Crane 
Johnson; 10ct54; DP6285 . 

REYOGALAXATION, by Norman Eugene 
Buchner. 1 v. Recording script. 
2 sides. © Norman Eugene Buchner; 
9Jun67; C19596. 



RH HEMOLYTIC DISEASE NEWBORN. 
TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO. 2. 



See 



RHODA; original screenplay by J. N. 
Johnston, adapted by A. Laszlo. 
153 1. © John N. Johnston & Andrew 
Laszlo; l2Apr67; DU686I6. 

RHONDA, a love story in the classical 
manner by Christopher T. Connell. 
53 1. 3 acts. © Christopher Thomas 
Connell; 22May67; DU68740. 

RIDE THE PROUD WIND, by Richard Full- 
mer. 169 1. A screenplay. Based 
on the novel. © Richard Fullmer 
& Michael Pate; 30Jan67; DU67725 • 

RIGHT FOR ONCE; one act, one person 
play by Fredrlc Darryl Ramey. 6 1. 
© Fredrlc Darryl Ramey; 21Jun67; 
C19640. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-Junc 



RIGHTEOUS WOMAN MONOLOGUE, by Lou 
Rawls. Folder. Rawlou Music; 
5Apr67; CI9594. 

RIGMAROLE, a comedy In three acts by 
Eric Meredith Lord, pseud, of Robert 
Glenn Hafferkamp. 1 v. © Eric 
Meredith Lord; l6Feb67; DU67832. 

THE RING AMD THE PRIZE, by Rosmarin 
Martel, pseud, of Mary S. Joyner. 
147 1. A play in 3 acts. © Mary S. 
Joyner; 3Apr67; DU68279. 

RIP VAN WINKLE, a musical based on a 
story by Washington Irving; book & 
lyrics by Patrick Pocillo, music by 
Stanley Gllck. 1 v. 3 acts. 
® Patrick Pocillo & Stanley Gllck; 
15May67; DU68685 . 

RIP VAN WINKLE. See 

THE TRAVELING PLAYHOUSE VERSION OF 
RIP VAN WINKLE. 

RISE AND FALL OF AN AMERICAN ALHAMBRA. 
See 
BLENNERHASSETT. 

RISE AND SHINE) A drama in three 
acts by Fay Wray Risk in. 1 v. 
© Fay Wray Riskln; 10Apr67; 
DU68387. 

THE ROAD, a play in one act by Allan 
Knee. 22 1. © Allan Knee; 
21Deo66; DU6773O. 

ROBBINS & ASSOCIATE, a continuity & 
discussion-stimulating vehicle for 
the National Association of Electl- 
cal Distributors Advertising & Mar- 
keting Conference; written by Joseph 
Brickley. Rev. May 5, I967 . 1 v. 
9 scenes. © National Assn. of Elec- 
trical Distributors; lJun67; DU68826. 

THE ROCK AND ROLL SINGER, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Stanley Sarafln. 31 1. 
© Stanley Sarafln; 23Feb67; 
DU67879- 

ROCKETS IN CUBA, by John W. O'Brien. 

2 1. Narration. © John W. O'Brien; 
20Mar67; C19276. 

THE ROLE OF THE LEADER, by Harry 

Levinson. 13 1. Lecture. ©Harry 
Levlnson; 23Jun67; CI9645. 

ROMEO AND JULIET. See 

TRAGEDIES II: ROMEO AND JULIET, 
OTHELLO, KING LEAR. 

RONNIE THE DREAMER, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Elizabeth Salley. 30 1. © Elizabeth 
Salley; 3Apr67; DU68269. 

ROOM 129, by Michael Braude. 10 1. 
A play. © Michael Braude; 8Jun67; 
DU68986 . 

ROOMMATES. 3 1. (The Fun factory, 
no.l) A narration script. © Ultlmus 
Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; C19154 . 

A ROSE AMONGST THE THORNS, by Florence 
K, Lapka. 11 1. A play. © Florence 
K. Lapka; 8Mar67; DU68057. 

UNE ROSE AVEC UN GOUT DE CENDRES; 

3 actes, 14 tableaux et prologue 

de Michel Bedetti, pseud, de Michel 
Trojani. 129 1- © Michel Bedetti; 
10May67; DU68863. 

ROSE OP MY HEART; or. How could I 
stand you for thirty-five years? 
A domestic drama by Joanna Russ. 

4 1. © Joanna Russ; 28Mar67; 
DU68229. 



THE ROSEY FICKLED FINGER, a one act 
play by Jerry Emanuel. 18 1. 
© Jerry Emanuel; 13Jan67; DU67608. 

ROUGHING it: A musical adapted from 
Mark Twain's book about ths wild west 
of the l860's. Book by Steve Press 
(Stephen M. Press \ lyrics by Bonnie 
Ardittl (Bonnie Arditti Edelstein) 
1 V. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Stephen M. Press S; Bonnie Arditti 
Edelstein; 13Apr67; DU68605 . 

LA ROULETTE ET LE SOUTERRAIN, de 
Georges Neveux. [Paris] Galllmard. 
176 p. (Le Manteau d'arlequin) 
D'apres Dostoievski. ©Editions 
Galllmard; 10Jan67; DFO-I523. 

ROUNDHEADS AND PEAKHEADS. See 

JUNGLE OF CITIES AND OTHER PLAYS. 

THE ROVER, by Aphra Behn, edited by 
Frederick M. Link. Lincoln, Univer- 
sity of Nebraska Press. 144 p. 
(Regents restoration drama series) 
5 acts. NM: Introd., appendices & 
notes. © University of Nebraska 
Press; 6Mar67; A902862. 

ROYAL CROWN COLA I967 BOTTLER tffiETINGS, 
by Wilding; writer, Marv David. 1 v. 
Script for morning & afternoon musical 
sessions. Book & lyrics only. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 27Apr67; DU68518. 

ROYAL PLAYMATE. See 
LESTER THE JESTER. 

THE ROYAL ROGUES, a comedy screenplay 
written by Robinson Stockham, pseud. 
*f Linda Juanlta Stockham; based an 
an idea created by Eloise Condit. 
100 1. 2 acts. Appl. states com- 
bination of A little hard work ages 
a gentleman & The royal rogues, 
prev. reg. 1956, DU67022. © Linda 
J. Stockham; l8Jan67; DU67657. 

RUG LIGHTS, by Mary Brendle. 30 1. 
A play. © Mary Brendle; 13Jun67; 
DU68938. 

RUNNING START; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 12 1 . © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
lJun67; CI9539. 

RUSSIAN TV SHOW BEAMED TO AMERICA: 
A PEASANT INTERVIEW, by Frank S. 
Dionise. 5 1. A screenplay. 
© Frank S. Dionise; 4May67; DU68629. 

RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 6 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. ©Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9297. 

RX INSURANCE. See 

EXCERPT FROM ADDRESS AT ECONOMIC 

SEMINAR . 
PRESCRIPTION: LOVE (RX: LOVE:) 



S.A.M. (Southern Appalachian migrant) 
Musical comedy by Leon R. Powell. 
1 V. © Leon R. Powell; 29May67; 
DU68968. 

S.E.X. AND THE PONTIAC SALESMAN; 
Recording script for Pontlac Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
15 !■ © Pontlac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; Ijun57 ; 
C19546. 

THE S.S, REUNION, a play in three 
acts by Glennie Gorton Baker. 35 1- 
© Glennie Gorton Baker; 9Jun67; 
DU68909. 



THE SABRE AND THE SACRED HEART, 

a play by Mike Major (Michael Joseph 
Major) 62 1. © Michael Joseph 
Major; 3Mar67; DU68021. 



THE SACRED OF INNOCENT, by Despi 
Trails. 99 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Based on the Greek text of a roman- 
tic novel by Emmanuel Roldou, 
I Papissa loanna. © Despi Trails; 
30Mar67; DU68381. 

SAD AND FINE. See 
TRISTE ET EELLE. 

SAFARI, an original screenplay by 

David Aldrlch. iBO 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 100c t66, DU6698I. NM: 
revisions & additions. © David 
Aldrlch; llMay67; DU68667. 

SAGA, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Gloria 
Ingram, pseud, of Fay Ingram 
Roberts. 30 1. © Fay Ingram 
Roberts; 3Apr67; DU68267. 

THE SAGA OF ROARING GULCH; book & 
lyrics by J. Lawrence Canon, music 
by Gary Naylor. 63 1. 2 v. 
A musical play. S J. Lawrence Canon 
& Gary Naylor; 6Apr67; DU68321 . 

SAIL-HO; book & lyrics by Alan Lake 
Chldsey, music by G. Alex Kevan. 
Houston, Tex., Chldsey-Kevan Enter- 
prises. 1 V. 2 acts. © Chldsey- 
Kevan Enterprises; 280ct66; DPfijOS. 

SAILOR AND A GIRL; screenplay by Peter 
Viertel. 65 1. Appl. author: Selz- 
nlck International Pictures, Inc., 
employer for hire. © A. Morgan Maree, 
Jr. & Bank of America National Trust 

6 Savings Assn., executors of the 
Estate of David 0. Selznick; 9Jun67; 
DU68903. 

ST. BEDE'S LITTLE COUNCIL, I967. 
1 V. A script. © Church of St. 
Bede; 24May67; C19499. 

ST. GEORGE AND THE DRAGON, by Burnett 
B. Ferguson. 25 1. A play in 

7 scenes. © Burnett B. Ferguson; 
l6janS7; DU67739. 

SALES MEETING, a play In one act by 
George Hoffman. 3 1- ® George 
Hoffman; 6Feb67; DU67767. 



SALOME; music-drama in one act by 
Richard Strauss; German words by 
Hedwlg Lachmann after Oscar Wilde. 
A new English translation ...by Josef 
Blatt. 11 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Josef Blatt; lMay67; DU68578. 

SALTAIR. See 

ALWAYS ON THURSDAY. 

SALUTE TO AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATER; 
written by Stanley Green, musical 
arrangements by Anton Coppola & 
Abba Bogin. 34 1. A musical play. 
Book only. © Stanley Green; 
20Jun67; CI9639. 

THE SAND DOLLAR, a play in one act 
by A. E. Santaniello. 26 1. 
© A. E. Santaniello; 5Jun67; 
DU68835 . 

THE SANDPILE, an original story written 
8c adapted for television by Lydla 
Bartensteln. 30 1. © Lydla Barten- 
Eteln; 20Mar67; DU68297. 

THE SATISFIER, a play In three acts by 
Peter S. Felbleman. 1 v, Appl. 
states prev. reg. I4jun65, DU6526I. 
NM: "editorial revision." © Peter S. 
Felbleman; 5May67; DU68637. 



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1967 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



39 



SATURDAY. See 

SATURDAY STORIES. 
SATURDAY STORIES; four one act plays 
by Mordecal Gorelik. Saturday; 
About a cat; Off duty; Song of the 
whippoorwlll. 1 v. © Mordecal 
Gorelik; 26Apr67; DUSSs^tS. 

SAUL IE FURIEUX. See 

POUR RENAISSANCE TRAGEDIES. 

THE SAVAGE RUSTLERS, an original tele- 
play by Maxlne R. Manning. 1 v. 
16 acts. © Maxlne R. Manning; 
a»lay67; DU68747. 



SAVE IT FOR YOUR DEATH BED. 
MONKEYS AND MEN. 



See 



THE SAVING OF YOUR SOUL, written by 
Marlienne Joella Oates. 1 v. 
A play. © Marlienne Joella Oates; 
29May67; DU68803. 

SAWGRASS BASKET, a scenario "by Jackson 
Modunk, pseud, of Lance G. Eastman. 
30 1. © Jackson Modunk; 'iJa.n&T; 
Dtl6756o. 



SCALE FOR SCORING VISUAL FIELDS, ty 
Ben Esterman (Benjamin Esterman) 
61. © Benjamin Esterman; 27Mar67; 
CI9583. 

THE SCAMP OF SANTA LUCIA; screenplay 
by Louis Stanton. 86 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Louis Stanton; 
20Mar57; DU68076. 
SCANDALS, LIBELS AND SLANDERS; written 
in fun & to be taken with a peck of 
salt substitute by Mussee A. Brahjrs, 
pseud, of Raymon Marpol. 1 v. 
© Raymon Marpol; 6Mar67 ; C19243. 
SCARLETT AND PIERRE, THE PEOPLE WATCHERS 
(Visible vfaste) Recording script 
for S. S. Kresge Co. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 6 1. © S. S'. Kresge 
Co.; lJun67; CI9563. 
THE SCARLET LETTER, by Nathaniel 
Hawthorne, in dramatic incident 
fonn, script by Gunard Solberg. 
1 V. 10 parts. Appl. author: 
Classic Text Tapes, employer for 
hire. © Classic Text Tapes, 
Norman H. Rogers, sole owner; 
8j\m67; DU68945. 
SCENES FROM DOMESTIC LIFE, by Joanna 
Russ. 20 1. A play in 6 scenes. 
® Joanna Russ; 28Mar67; DU68227. 
SCHEIK VON ALEXANDRIA UND SEINE 
SKLAVEN. See 
DER JUNGE LORD. 
DER SCHUHU UND DIE FLIEGENDE PRINZESSIN; 
Marchen von Peter Hacks, fur die 
Schaubiihne eingerichtet von Ursula 
Birnbaum und Peter Hacks, music: 
Hans Dieter Hosalla. Munchen, Drei 
Masken Verlag. 50 p. Book & lyrics 
only. © Drei Masken Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 
150ot66; DFO-1514. 
SCHUSTER COMMERCIALS, NO.I-3, by 
Roger Vornholt. 3 1. © Roger 
Vornholt; IOMay67; C19455 . 
SCHUSTER'S COMMERCIAL N0.'!t-6, by Roger 
Vornholt. 6 1. © Roger Vornholt; 
15Jun67: CI962I. 
SCHVIARTZ' INFERNO, by Norman Miller. 
1 V. A play In 3 acts. © Norman 
Miller; 12Apr67; DU68401. 

SCHWEPP'S COMMERCIAL, by George Gunder- 
son. Sheet. © George Gunderson; 
llMay67; C19't57 . 

SCIENCE AND BELIEF, by Harold Taylor 
Chase. 23 1. © Hamilton Chase; 
10Mar67; C19226. 

LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE ET LA MAITRISE 
DE L'ATOME (Christian Science: Do- 
minion over the atom) 26 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 70ct63, CI96O84. 
NM: translation. © Jules Cern; 
17Feb67; 019221*. 



LA SCIENZA CRISTIANA: DOMINIO SULL'ATOMO. 
(Christian Science: dominion over 
the atom) Conferenza sulla Scienza 
Cristiana dl Jules Cern. 35 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 70ot63, Cl6o84. 
NM: translation. ® Jules Cern; 
12May67; C19504. 

SCOTCH WOMAN. See 

AN EVENING OF VOLTAIRE. 

SCREAM AND SCRAM, FAMOUS INVESTIGATORS, 
by Radnona Asnyk, pseud, of Anna 
Ordynski. 6 1. (Guess what, 
series I) ® Anna Ordynski; '}iMay&T ; 
C19525. 

SCRIPTS OF LESSONS FOR PARKES SYSTEM 
OP TEACHING TOUCH TYPING, by James 
Parkes. 1 v. © Sight & Sound 
Education, Ltd.; I'l-Jun67; CI9616. 

SCRIPTURAL HEALING AS FOUND IN THE OLD 
AND NEW TESTAMENTS, a lecture given 
by Thomas L. Leishman. 15 1. 
© Thomas L. Leishman; 21Apr67; 
CI9408. 

SE NOS CASA PAPA; comedla, argumento 
original y guion cinematograf ico 
escritos por Jed Mascoretto, pseud, 
of Jeddu R. Mascorieto. 101 1. 
© Jeddu R. Mascorieto; 7Mar67; 
DU68039 . 

THE SEAGULL, a comedy in four acts by 
Anton Chekhov; translated from the 
Russian by William Symons. 56 1. 
© William Symons; 27Mar67; DU68187. 

THE SEAGULL'S ROOST, a play In three 
acts by William F. Dugan & Eunice H. 
Quennell. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© William Frances Dugan & Eunice H. 
Quennell; llJan67; DU67593. 

THE SEARCH OF/FOR CHRISTOPHER EVERYMAN, 
by Patty Gideon Sloan. 1 v. A play 
© Patty Gideon Sloan; 26jun67; 
DU69044 . 

THE SEARCHER, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
Esther Padgett. 30 1. © Esther 
Padgett; 2SMar67; DU68234. 

SEARS GARBAGE DISPOSER, by Sears 

National Training. 9 1. Filrastrlp 
script. © Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 
22May67; CI963I. 

THE SEASON, a play of two acts by 
William L. Huganlr. 1 v. © William 
L. Huganlr; l8Jan67; DU67662. 



SECOND COMING. 
PAROUS lA. 



See 



THE SECOND MR. GULLEN, by Bret Lyon. 
31 1. A play in 2 acts. Based on 
The double, by Fyodor Dostoevsky. 
© Bret Lyon; 29Jun67; DU69072. 

THE SECOND PART OF HENRY THE SIXTH 
(Henry IV, part II) By William 
Shakespeare. New York, Washington 
Square Press (W-I35) 125 p. (The 
Folger Library general reader's 
Shakespeare. Generale editor; Louis 
B. Wright; Assistant editor: Vir- 
ginia A. LaMar) 5 acts. NM: 
introd., notes, lllus. ©Washing- 
ton Square Press, Inc.; 15Nov66; 



THE SECOND VERMEER, a play by Harry 
Ashe. 81 1. 2 acts. © Harry 
Ashe; 13Apr67; DU68421. 

THE SECRET ADVENTURES OF BEN POWER; 
created & developed by George Hope. 
75 1. A screenplay. © George 
Hope; 5Jun67; DU68834 . 

THE SECRET FORMULA; book & lyrics by 
Harold Cohen, music by Aurelia Young 
1 V. A musical play. © Harold 
Cohen; 23Jan67; DU67686. 



SECURITY IS THE NAME OF THE GA>DE, by 
Lawrence Perry. 21 1. A screenplay. 
© Lawrence Perry; 24Apr67; DU6853O. 

SEE YOU AROUND THE PALACE, by John 
Lynn. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© John Harrison Lynn; 20Jun67; 
DU69OO5 . 



THE SEED YOU DID SOW, by Edward S. 

Hoffren. 11 1. © Edward S. Hoffren; 
8May67; 019*46. 

THE SEEDS IN THE PASSES, by Robert 

Summers. 72 p. 7 pts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 9Aug66, DU66530. © Robert 
■Summers; 5Feb67; DP6366. 

THE SEEKERS, a drama in three acts by 
Richard Lee Hoffman. 99 1. 
© Richard Lee Hoffman; 25May67; 
DU68856. 

THE SEER, a play in one act by Stephen 
S. Wing. 30 1. © Stephen Staley 
Wing; 21Feb67; DU67868. 

THE SELF-STARTERS; or How to succeed in 
selling by really trying. Recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. I5 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; lJun67; C19550. 

SELFISH GIANT. See 

A HOUSE OF POMEGRANATES'. 

SELL RIGHT NOW, by Sears National 

Training. I5 1. Filmstrip script. 

© Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 22May67; 
CI9633. 

SELLING THE BENEFITS OF ELECTRONIC 
IGNITIONS, by Sears National 
Training. 1 v. Filmstrip script. 
© Sears, Roebuck S: Co.; 22May67; 
CI9629. 

SEMMELWEIS AND HOLMES, a commentary on 
the receptor system of science by 
Douglas R. Shanklin. 1 v. An address. 
© Douglas R. Shanklin; 25Jan67; 
CI9145 . 



A SENSE OF SIN; words by Adam Clayton 
Powell. Sheet. © Bright Tunes 
Music Corp.;l4Feb67; CI919I. 

SEPT IMPROMPTUS A LOISIR, de Rene 
de Obaldia. Paris, B. Grasset. 
203 p. © Editions Bernard Grasset; 
15Mar67; DFO-1543. 

SEQUENTIAL ANALYSIS OF VERBAL INTER- 
ACTION, APPLICATIONS I, by Anita 
Simon & Yvonne Agazarian. 14 1. 
© Anita Simon & Yvonne Agazarian; 
27Feb67; CI9258. 

SEQUENTIAL ANALYSIS OF VERBAL INTER- 
ACTION, SAVI, CONCEPTS I, by 
Yvonne Agazarian & Anita Simon. 
14 1. © Yvonne Agazarian & Anita 
Simon; 27Feb67; C19260. 

SEQUENTIAL ANALYSIS OF VERBAL INTER- 
ACTION, SAVI, MECHANICS I, by 
Yvonne Agazarian & Anita Simon. 
81. © Yvonne Agazarian & Anita 
Simon; 27Feb67; C19259. 

SERENA AND THE GOLDEN SPINNING WHEEL, 
a children's play by Mary Kay Swltzer 
(Mary Kathryn Swltzer) I5 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Mary Kay Swltzer; 14Apr67; DU68482. 

SERIN MUET. See 
THEATRE. 

SERTORIO; drama politico en dos actos 
de Gabriel Moreno-Burgos Suarez. 
131 1. © Gabriel Moreno-Burgos 
Suarez; 9May67; DU68773. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



SERVETUS, a drama In one act by Robert 
C. Reinhart. 65 1. ® Robert C. 
Relnhart; 14Mar67; DU68153. 

A SERVICE FOR ALEX, a play in two acts 
by Katherine Feingold. 104 1. 
© Katherine Feingold; 27Feb67; 
DU6791t • 

SERVICE IS PROFITABLE; recording script 
for J. I. Case Co. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 19 1. ® J. I. Case 
Co.; lJun67; C19535- 

SERVICEMEN AROUNB THE WORLD, by Paul 
I. Jacobs. 18 1. A play in k 
scenes. © Paul I. Jacobs; 3Apr67; 
DU68278 . 



SETTING UP A ROOM, creating an environ- 
ment for learning; script outline for 
a 16 mm color film by Sue Ellen 
Campus & Steven Campus; prepared in 
cooperation with Play Schools Assn. 
20 1. 42 scenes. © Campus Film 
Productions, Inc.; 4Jan67; DU67646. 

THE SEVEN DAY WEEKEND, a parable of 
love and death in the Catsklll 
Mountains, film-script by Bob 
Satulcff (Robert Satuloff) & Ron 
Whyte (Ronald Mel^^ille Whyte) 
94 1, © Ronald Melville Whyte 8: 
Robert Satuloff; 17Apr67; DU68442. 

THE SEVEN DEADLY AFiTS, a comedy in 
three acts by Harold J. Kennedy & 
Robert Koesis. 1 v. © Harold J. 
Kennedy S: Robert Koesis; 4Apr67; 
DU683I5 . 

THE SEWAGE OF THE POET - POOR PLUMB, 
a play in one act by Robert W. Wells. 
19 1. © Robert W. Wells; 6Apr67; 
DU68322. 

SEX, SCHOOL AND LIKE OTHER PRESSURES, 
by Bud Freeman. 1 v. A play in 
3 parts. © Burning Bush Music; 
12Jun67; DU68917. 

THE SHADE PEOPLE, an original story 
written 8: adapted for television by 
Rose M. Cardenas. JO 1. © Rose M. 
Cardenas; 17Mar67; DU68II5. 

SHADES OF CRIMSON, a set of five plays 
or dramatic pieces written by Frank 
Dodd Lawrence. 49 1. © Frank Dodd 
Lawrence; 12Jun67; DU68916. 
SHADES OF GRAY, a play in three acts by 
Tom R. Fraker. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
34 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 26May67; 
DP6395 . 

SHADOW PUY. See 
PROGRAMME . 

SHADRACH, MESHACK, AND ABEDNEGO, a 
mirror for a myth: a play in three 
acts by Charles F. Herberger, Jr. 
48 1. © Charles F. Herberger, Jr.; 
9Deo66; DU67529. 

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, a musical comedy 
based on a play by Oliver Goldsmith; 
music by James Wilson; words by 
Donald Butler. 1 v. 2 acts. NM: 
musical adaptation. © James R. 
Wilson 8: Donald T. Butler; 15Deo66; 
DP637O. 

THE SHE-WOLF, by Joanna Russ. 24 1. 
A Dlay. ® Joanna Russ; 28Mar67; 
Du"68228. 



SHEER HEAVEN, by Radnona Asnyk, pseud, 
of Anna Ordynski. 5 1. (Guess 
what, series VI © Anna Ordynski; 
31May67; C19521. 
SHEIK OF ALEXANDRIA AND HIS SLAVES. 
See 

THE YOUNG MILORD. 
SHEPHERD'S DAUGHTER. See 
PARI AND THE PRINCE. 



THE SHINING CHALICE; libretto by 
Janice Lovoos, music by Isaac 
Van Grove. Dramatic Pub. 
Co. 86 p. An opera in one act. 
© Janice Lovoos & Isaac Van Grove; 
210ct66; DP6312. 

THE SHINING ISLANDS, by D. P. Nave 8: 
T. W. Swayzee. 52 1. A musical 
play in 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© D. P. Nave & 1. W. Swayzee; 
12Apr67; DU68400. 



SHINING PALACE, a play in three acts 
by Sam Locke. 1 v. © Sam David 
Locke; 3Jan67; DU67641. 

SHOCK, by Crane Johnson. New York, 
Theatre Press. 1 v. © Crane John- 
son; 10ct55; DP6291. 

SHOEMAKERS' HOLIDAY, by Mel Marvin 
(Melvin W. Marvin, Jr.) 8: Ted 
Berger (Theodore S. Berger) - ? v. 
A musioa] play in 2 acts. NM: addi- 
tions 8: revisions. © Mel Marvin & 
Ted Berger; 23Feb67; DU6790I. 

SHOOT ANYTHING WITH HAIR THAT MOVES, 
a play by Donald Ross. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Donald H. Ross; 
13Jun67; DU69016. 

A SHOOTING ON THE BORDER, an original 
three act drama by Franklin E. 
Jordan. 1 v. © Franklin E. Jordan; 
19Jun67; DU69002. 

SHORT WHEELBASE STYLING. See 

ELEGANCE IN ACTION, PONTIAC '67. 

SHOULD ENVELOPES BE TRUSTED? A 

musical comedy, book, lyrics, music 
by Mae 8: Ruth Brandt. 2 v. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 20Dec48, 
DUI759O. NM: additions 8c revisions. 
© Mae L. Brandt 8c Ruth H. Brandt; 
23Feb67; DU67873. 

SHOUT; gospel recitative by Major 
Roberson. 2 1. © Lion Pub. Co.; 
lMar67; CI9256. 

SHOW BIZ, by Danny Davis, Julie Kay & 
Jackie Vernon. Sheet. A monologue. 
©■Davliz Music Corp.; 26jan67; 
CI9II7 . 

SHULAMITH, a dramatic pastoral in five 
acts by William Symons. Los Angeles. 
Robin Goodfellow Press. 28 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 16JUI65, 
DU63442. © William Symons; 12Apr67; 
DP6359- 

SI DIRA DELLE MISERE DONNE. See 
TRILOGIA DI STORIA: TRIBUTI AL 
MOSTRO, IL RE DAGLI OCCHI DI 
CONCHIGLIA 8: SI DIRA DELLE MISERE 
DONNE. 

SI PUBLICITE M'ETAIT CONTEE, de Piorre 
Andre Molene, pseud, de Andre Guigon. 
[Paris] 48 p. © Andre Guigon 
30Jun66; DFO-1493. 

SIDE EFFECT, a play in three acts by 
Amram Whiteman. 122 1. © Amram 
Whlteman; 23Feb67; DU67951. 

SIDEWALK SONATA, a one act play by Mike 
Major (Michael Joseph Major) 36 1. 
© Michael Joseph Major; 27Deo66; 
DU67624 . 

THE SIGN, a play by Vyonne M. 

McClellan from a story by Prentiss 
Combs. 11 1. 4 scenes. © Vyonne 
Madsen McClellan; 27Mar67; DU68490. 



SILAS MARNER. 
MADRIGAL. 



See 



LE SILENCE, suivi de LE MENSONGE, de 
Nathalie Sarraute. [Paris] Galliraard . 
122 p. 2 pieces. ©Editions Galll- 
mard; 30Jan67; DFO-1525. 

LE SILENCE; texte radiophonique de 
Nathalie Sarraute. 31 1. ©Nathalie 
Sarraute; 9Feb67; DU68264. 

THE SILENCE OF LARGHETTO, a short 
dramatization by Sara Braddock. 
5 1. © Sara Braddock; 29Jun67; 
DU69070 . 

SILENCE OF THE ANGELS; Richard Scozzari 
(Joseph Richard Scozzari) 101 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Joseph Richard 
Scozzari; lCFeb67; DU6781I. 

SILENT PASSENGER, a half -hour television 
pilot play by Gordon Neil, pseud, of 
John Gordon Neil Rushbrook. 24 1. 
2 acts. © John Gordon Nell Rush- 
brook; 20Mar67; DU68150. 

SILENT WITNESS, a play in one act by 
Brian J. Hilton. 38 1. © Brian J. 
Hilton; 3Apr67; DU68266. 

SILVER EAGLE, SPACE AGENT OF THE 
U.S.A., INC. See 
THE SPACE INVADERS. 

SILVERPLATE, by Lee Thuna (Leonora 
Thuna) 57 1- A play in 2 acts. 
© Leonora Thuna; 21Jun67; DU69O63. 

THE SIMEONS ARE COMING, by Robert 
Welber. 121 1. A play. © Robert 
Welber; 27Jan67; DU67714. 

SIMOON, a play in one act by August 
Strindberg; translated from the 
Swedish by Arvid Paulson. 13 1. 
© Arvid Paulson; 20Feb67; DU67941. 

SIMPLY Q. TERRIFIC, a musical play in 
one act. Book by Moylan C. Mills, 
music 8c lyrics by Barbara D'Arabrosio, 
musical arrangements by Bart Anello 
(Bartholomew D. Anello) 2 v. 
© Ring Music Publishers; 4Apr67; 
DU683I8. 

THE SINGING BARTENDER, by James Fisher. 
51 1. A play in 6 scenes. © James 
Fisher; 10Peb67; DU67816. 

THE SINGING SLAVE, by Dorothy Norwood. 
Sheet. A recitation. © Herman 
Lubinsky; l6May67; C19511. 

THE SINNER, a comedy-drama in three 
acts by Riva Madannes. 122 1. 
© Riva Madannes; 29Jun67; DU6g071. 

SIR GAWAIN AND THE GFEEN KNIGHT, by 
Robert J. Seidman. 62 1. A screen- 
play. © Robert Jerome Seidman; 
15May67; DU6869I. 

SIR JUDAS, by Oliver H. P. Garrett. 
136 1. A screenplay. Appl. author: 
Selznick International Pictures, Inc., 
employer for hire. © A. Morgan Maree, 
Jr. & Bank of America National Trust 
Sc Savings Assn., executors of the 
Estate of David 0. Selznick; 24Apr67; 
DU685II. 
SIR JOHNY, a musical drama in 3 acts 

by Gerald M. Doppelt. 2l8 1. 

© Gerald Martin Doppelt; 3Mar57; 

DU68024 . 
SIRENS, by Tad Crawford (John Alexander 

Crawford III) 7 1. A screenplay. 

© John Alexander Crawford III; 

9May67; DU68646. 

SITKUM SIWASH, an historical drama 
about Dr. John McLoughlin of the 
Hudson's Bay Company and his family 
at Fort Vancouver, I839-I85I by Helen 
Krebs Smith. 66 1 . 5 acts. © Helen 
Krebs Smith; 6Feb67; DU6779I. - 



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41 



680 CONSTRUCTION KING; recording script 
for J. I. Case Co. ty Jam Handy 
Organization. 2k 1. O J. I, Case 
Co.; Ijun67; C19562. 



THE SIXTH STORY, a Gothic play in two 
acts by Howard Cruse. 1 v. 
® Howard Cruse; 28jun67; DU69062. 

A SKETCH IN CHARCOAL, by Peter Anthony 
(Herbert P. Anthony) 80 1. A play 
in 2 acts. ® Herbert P. Anthony; 
l^Mare?; DU68098. 

SKETCH, LANDSCAPING, by Lidie Murfi. 
81. A narration script. © Lidie 
Murfi; 22Mar67; CI938O. 

SKI PATROL; script for episode 1 Code 
Name S, TV weekly series. Written & 
adapted for television by Ronald B. 
Shelley & Prescott E. Bloom. 11 1. 
© Ronald Brian Shelley & Prescott E. 
Bloom; 26May67; DU6879I. 

SKIING IS BELIEVING; pilot script 
for Home Swiss home, written by 
Bette & Joe Stephens. 36 1. 
© Bette Stephens & Joe Stephens; 
15May67; DU68822. 

SLEEPING BEAUTY. See 

THE BEAUTY OF THE DREAMING WOOD. 

A SLICE OF LOVE, a play in 3 acts by 
Nicole Lleberman. 119 1- © Nicole 
Lieberraan; 9Jan67; DU6758I. 

THE SLIGHTLY IRREVERENT COMEDY OF RON 
CAREY; wi-ltten by Ron Carey, Carl 
Furia & Ron De Vito. 8 1. A re- 
cording script. ® R.S.V.P. Records, 
Inc.; 25Feb67; C19215. 

SLINGS AND SOLUTIONS, by Paul E. 
Stiffler. 5 1. A sermon. © Paul 
E. Stiffler; 17Jan67; C191't8. 

SLOOPY AND THE RED MORON; script for 
novelty record by David Harris 
Kinschner. 2 1. © Up Tight Music; 
3Apr67; C19353. 

SLOUCHING TOWARD BETHLEHEM, by 

Judith A. Lav.'S. 55 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Judith A. Laws; 7Apr67; 
DU68377. 

SLOW PED-X-ING, a comedy on amnesia by 

David Kaufman. 91 1. 3 acts. 

© David Michael Kaufman; 10May67; 
DU68655 . 

THE 31ALL CIRCLE, three plays for two 
actors by Jefferson Bayley, pseud, 
of Jesse K. Bailey, Jr. 1 v. 
©Jesse K. Bailey, Jr.; 8Feb67; 
DU67802 . 

A SMALL FAVOR, a Christmas story; 
words & music by David A. Johnston. 
1 V. 3 scenes. © David A. Johnston; 
7Apr67; DU68375. 

SMOOTHING THE WAY TO HIGHER YIELDS, 
prepared for John Deere & Co. by 
Wilding. 18 1. Film script. 
©Wilding, Inc.; lMay67; DU68733. 

SMUDGE . See 
HARRY AND SAM. 

SNOW FILTH; play in one act by Ron 
Whyte (Ronald Melville Whyte) 
26 1. © Ronald Melville Whyte; 
23Feb67; DU67906. 



THE SNOW OF SOUTHERN SUW-IERS, by 
Joseph Scott, pseud, of Joseph 
Kirland. 23 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
® Joseph Scott; £3Jun67; DU69037. 



THE SNOW QUEEN; words by Robert A. 
Bernstein, music by Jacques Belasco. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. Based on the story by Hans 
Christian Andersen. ® Robert A. 
Bernstein; 6Mar67; DU6865't . 

THE SNOW QUEEN; words by Robert A. Bern- 
stein; music by Jacques Belasco. 
1 v. A screenplay. NM: additions. 
© Stanley Ascher; 15Feb67; DU67990. 



THE SNOW TIGER, a modern treatment of 
Ibsen's Hedda Gabler by Frank 
Marcus. 104 1. A screenplay. 
© Greenacres Productions, Inc.; 
31Jan67; DU67846. 

SHOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS. See 
SNOW WHITE GOES WEST. 

SNOW WHITE GOES WEST; adaptation & 
lyrics by Jim Filer, music by Jim 
Filer & Jeanne Bargy. 1 v. A 
musical play in 2 acts. An adaptation 
of Snow White and the seven dwarfs 
by Jakob Ludwig K. Grimm & Wilhelm 
Karl Grimm. © Colimibia Broadcasting 
System, Inc.; lFeb67; DU67685 . 

SO LONG fffiW YORK, HOWDY EAST ORANGE, 

an original screenplay by Jack Baran. 

135 1. © Jack Baran; 9Feb67; 

DU67803. 
SO RED THE DAWN. See 

FULL CIRCLE. 

SO WHO'S ADULT? A comedy in two 
acts by Irving Shaw (William C. 
Shaw) lot 1. © William C. Shaw; 
29Mar57; DU68413. 

SOCRATES, an original play by Stuart 
Michael De Luca. 90 1. 2 acts. 
© Stuart M. De Luca; I4jun67; 
DU68949. 

SODOME FT GOMORRHE; piece en deux 
acts par Jean Giraudoux. Paris, 
B. Grasset. 164 p. © Editions 
Bernard Grasset; 30Dec43; DFI878. 

SOLAR PLEXUS, by Radnona Asnyk, pseud, 
of .Anna Ordynski. 7 1. (Guess 
what, series IV) © Anna Ordynski.; 
31May67; C19522. 

DIE SOLDATEN; Oper in vier Akten nach 
dem glelchnamigen Schauspiel von 
Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz, Muslk 
von Bernd Alois Zimmermann, 
KlavlerauEzug von Markus Lehmann. 
Mainz, B. Schott's Sohne . 541 p. 
(Edition Schott, 5O76) NM: music & 
arrangement. © B. Schott's SShne; 
120ct66; DFO-1511. 



SOMEBODY KNOCKS, by Wynn Appling 
(Harold Appling) Mother Martha; 
Expense account; What's it worth; 
Moonstruck. 1 v. 4 plays. 
© Wynn Appling; 30Jun67; DU69078. 

SOMETHING DIFFERENT, an entertainment 
by Carl Reiner. 136 1. A play in 
3 acts. ® Carl Reiner; 27Feb67; 
DU6792I . 

SOMETHING LIGHT TC CARRY, by Betty Byrd 
Ellington, muislc by Doris Morrison & 
Betty Byrd Ellington. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. ® Betty Byrd Elling- 
ton; 3Feb67; DU67783. 

SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW, by Buddy 
Jisi (Vincent Jisi) 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. ® Vincent Jisi; 
20Jan67; DU67665. 

SOMETHING THE SIXTEENTH, a play in one 
act by Wellington L. Way, Jr. 44 1. 
f"! Wellington L. Way, Jr.; 27Feb67; 
DU6793I . 



SOMMAR, written by Robinson Stockham, 
pseud, of Linda Juanita Stockham. 
93 1. A screenplay. © Linda Juanlta 
Stockham; 15Mar67; DU68IO6. 

SOMMERSPROSSEN; LuBtsplel, 12 Bilder; 
Autor: Otto GrUnwald. 8I 1 . © Otto 
Gruenwald; l6Mar67; DU681IO. 

SON OF LILY FORTUNE, a play in two acts 
by Bob Campbell (Robert M. Campbell) 
1 V. Book & lyrics only. © Robert 
M. Campbell; 7Peb67; DU67945. 

SONG OP HIAWATHA. See 
HIAWATHA. 

SONG OP THE WHIPPOORWILL. 
SATURDAY STORIES. 



See 



SORRY ABOUT THAT, HERB, by Ross 
Bagdasarian. Sheet. © Monarch 
Music Corp.; 6Feb67; C19241. 

SORRY, COPERNICUS: A musical space- 
spoof. Book by Halmer Forrest, pseud, 
of Halmer Forrest Moser, George 
Yohalem & Earl Ebi; music & lyrics 
by Halmar Forrest. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Venus the 
23d. 9May60, DU5O963. NM: additions 
& revision. © Halmar Forrest Moser; 
3Jan67; DU67640. 

THE SOUND OF DRUMS, by John T. Fowler. 
38 1. A play in 2 acts. © John 
Thomas Fowler; 7Apr67; DU68515. 



SOUUffiPJI APPALACHIAN MIGRANT. 
S.A.M. 



See 



SOUTHERN FRIED SOUP; episode to be 
submitted to television series That 
girl, written by Judith Laurene 
Bonds. 37 1. © Judith Laurene 
Bonds: 27Feb67; DU67916. 

THE SPACE INVADERS; new & exciting 
audio-stereo drama; created by Ray- 
mond J. Meurer, story by William A. 
Austin with musical signature & 
themes by Donn Preston. 25 1. (The 
Silver Eagle, space agent of the 
U.S.A., no.l) Book only. Appl. 
author: Silver Eagle, Space Agent of 
the U.S.A., employer for hire. ® Sil- 
ver Eagle, Space Agent of the U.S.A., 
Inc.; 30Mar67; DU68922. 

SPAGHETTI SAUCE AND OTHER DELIGHTS, 
by Pat Cooper a.k.a. Pasquale Caputo. 
2 1. A monologue. © Ridge Music 
Corp.; 5Jan67; CI9171. 

THE SPANISH COMEDY; or. The first part 
of Hleronlmo tc The Spanish tragedy; 
or, Hleronlmo is mad again. By Thomas 
Kyd, edited by Andrew S. Cairncross. 
Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press. 
186 p. (Regents Renaissance drama 
series) NM: introd., 2 appendixes 8c 
copious text. © University of 
Nebraska Press; 31Jan67; A89532I. 

THE SPANISH GENTLEMAN, by Anne Walpole. 
138 1. A screenplay. © Anne 
Walpole; 29Mar67; DU68331. 

SPANISH TRAGEDY. See 
THE SPANISH COMEDY. 

SPARE RIB, a comedy by John Gray. 
1 V. 3 acts. © John Gray; 
I6jan67; DU67744 . 

SPARKS FLY UPWARD, a play by Jerome 
Lawrence & Robert E. Lee. Drama- 
tists Play Service. 91 P- 2 acts. 
© Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee; 
27Mar67; DP6350. 

SPARROW IN A MOUSETRAP, a comedy in two 
acts by Marvin Davis. 101 1. 
© Marvin Davis; 12Apr67; DU68403. 



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Jan.-June 



THE SPARROW THAT GOT HIS FEET WET; 
written by Robinson Stockham 
(Linda J. Stockham) 40 1. A screen- 
play In 3 acts. © Linda J. Stockham; 
20Mar67; DU68125. 

SPECIALTY, SHORT ORDERS. See 
R. U. HUBGRY. 

THE SPEED LOVERS; original story & 
screenplay written by Fred T. Tuch 
& William F. McGaha. 72 1. 
© Associates & Wllmac Productions 
& William F. McGaha; l8Apr67; 
DU68929 ■ 

SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS, by Verneil M. 
Searles. 4 1. Script. © Verneil 
M. Searles; 8Jun67; 019604. 

SPLISH-SPLASH, a comedy In three acts 
by Robert Simpson. 1 v. ® Robert 
Simpson; 20Feb67; DU68336. 

SPLIT THE POT; or, A Paris adventure 
(La cagnotte) A comedy In five acts 
by Euglne Lablche in collaboration 
with M. A. Delacour, translated by 
Gerald Kahan. 87 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Gerald Kahan; 9 Jan 67; 
DU67587 . 

SPRING IS A GOODTIME CHARLIE, a musi- 
cal comedy; book, music, & lyrics 
by Julian Eugene Baker. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Julian Eugene Baker; 20Jan67 ; 
DU67667 . 

A SPRINGTIME FOLLY, by David Wels 
Blomquist. 1 v. 1 act. Book & 
lyrics only. © David W. Blomquist; 
£2May67; DP64o6. 

SQUEEZE PLAY, an original screenplay by 
Raymond Jacobs & Herbert Jaffey. 
90 1. © Raymond Jacobs & Herbert 
Jaffey; 8May67; DU68639. 

STANl A new play with music by Stan 
Levin (Stanley David Levin); in- 
cidental music by Hampton King, 
lyrics by Stan Levin & Richard Wade. 
52 1. 2 acts. Book only. © Stan 
Levin; 24Apr67; DU58587. 

STANDING ON THE CORNER, a one act 
play by James Allardice. 9 !• 
© Alice N. Allardice; 21Apr67; 
D.i6g468. 

THE STAR ANGLED BANNER, a motion pic- 
ture shooting script by Mary Bennett 
Zelensky. 231 1. © Mary Bennett 
Zelensky; 19Jun67; DU68989. 

STAR MAKING FARCE.' See 
THE MODELS. 

STARNAP, a new play by William Dorsey 
Blake. 1 v. 3 acts. ©William 
Dorsey Blake; 3Jan67; DU67558. 

THE STATE AMD FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS 

STEP IN, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Thomas S. 
Yamamoto. 32 1. © Thomas S. Yama- 
moto; I4jun67; DU68957. 

STATION W.N. U.S., by Stanley J. To- 
polskl. Sheet. © Stanley J. To- 
polskl; 24Mar67; C19378. 

THE STATUE, a play in four acts by 
Darwin Hagemaji. 84 1. © Darwin 
Hageman; 5May67; DU6890O. 

STATUS QUO VADIS, a play in two acts 
by Donald Driver. 1 v. © Donald 
Lee Driver; 17May67; DU68884 . 

STAY DOWN YOU'RE DEAD; 3 acts, 10 scenes 
by Harry Adelsteln. 49 1. A play. 
© Harry Adelsteln; 12Apr67; DU68399 . 



THE STEEPLE, a play in three acts by 
Demetrios Vilan. 1 v. Based on a 
play by William J. Hurlbut . Appl. 
states prev.reg. 210ct25, D731-34 . 
NM: revisions & additions. © Deme- 
trios Vilan; 17Apr67; EU686OI . 

STERILIZATION, THEORY AKD PRACTICE. 
1 v. Slide script. © H. W. Anderson 
Products, Inc.; 26Apr67; 019'^89. 

STILL BUSY, an American play in 3 acts 
by Frederick Guttmann. 92 1- 
© Frederick Guttmann; 29Mayb7; 
DU68796. 

STILL SMALL SOFTSELL, by Leo Goldman. 
39 1. A screenplay. © Leo Goldman; 
27F6b67; DU67932. 

STILL SMALL VOICE ON A MOUNTAIN, a play 
in three acts by Clyde Hembree. 
45 1. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Clyde R. Hembree; 17Apr67; 
DU68481. 

STILLBIRTH, by Crane Johnson. New 
York, Theatre Press. 1 v. © Crane 
Johnson; 10ct54; DP6290. 

STOCK UP ON PEPPER CAUSE TURKEY'S 
GOING TO WAR, by Frank Zajac. 
138 1. A play. © Frank Zajac; 
27Jan67; DU67718. 

stop; NO TRESPASSING! I'M STARVING 
MYSELF TO DEATH; An idea for a 
sixth minute television show by 
William Minkin. 24 1. © William 
Minkin a.k.a. Bill Minkin; 8Mar67; 
DU68055 . 

THE STORK THE EQG LAID, by Robert M. 
Hammond. 104 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Robert M. Hammond; 5Jan57; 
DU67757 . 

STORMCLOUDS, a play in three scenes by 
August Strindberg, translated from 
the Swedish by Ar^fid Paulson. 52 1. 
© Arvld Paulson; 15Mar67; DU686IO. 

THE STORY OF 80 JOHN, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Hettye Wallace Branch. 
51 1. © Hettye Wallace Branch; 
28Mar67; DU68232. 

THE STORY OF THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS, 
by Everett McKlnley Dirksen. (In 
Gallant men, by H. P. Jeffers) 
© Everett McKlnley Dirksen; 3ONOV66; 
C19139- 

A STORY TO REMEI'IBER, by Carla Joseph. 
57 1. A screenplay in 12 sequences. 
© Carla Joseph; 23May67; DU68757. 

THE STOWAWAY, a movie treatment from the 
original story by Augusto Marcelll. 
147 1. © Augusto Marcelli; 15May67; 
DU68690. 

STRAIGHT TALK TO YOUNG PEOPLE. See 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
STRAIGHT TALK TO YOUNG PEOPLE. 

THE STRANDED STRANGER, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by M. R. Shackelford. 32 1. 
© M. R. Shackelford; 23Feb67; 
DU67892 . 

THE STRANGE AMBASSADOR, by Ellen Gar- 
wood. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as The man 
from Venus. NM: revision. © Ellen 
Garwood; 20Mar67; DU68293- 

STRANGE FRIEND, by Carol Hovey Hanigan . 
1 V. A musical play. © Carol Hovey 
Hanigan; l8Jan67; DU67658. 



STRANGE PHENOMENA, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Helen G. Fraser. 30 1. © Helen 
G. Fraser; 23Feb67; DU67888. 

A STRANGER IN OUR HOUSE, a series of 
musical sketches concerning a young 
couple as told with prologue & two 
acts by Robert W. Mathews. 1 v. 
© Robert W. Mathews; 30Jan67; 
DU67722 . 

A STRANGER IN THE EARTH; shooting script 

of a motion picture by J. F. Reeder. 

119 1. © J. P. Reeder; 30Jan67; 

DU67673. 
STRANGERS IN THEIR LAND, by Sophie C. 

Aksel. 53 1- A screenplay. 

© Sophie C. Aksel; 3Mar67; 

DU68022. 

A STREAK 0' LEAN, a three act play 
in three scenes by Abbey Lincoln, 
pseud, of Anna Marie Roach. 1 v. 
© Abbey Lincoln Roach; 2May67; 
DU68568 . 

STREETS OF GOLD, a play in two acts 
by Gloria Rich Shott. 54 1. Based 
on the history of Dahlonega, Lumpkin 
County, Georgia between the years 
1833 & 1837. © Gloria Rich Shott; 
lMay67; DU68558. 

STRICTLY BUSINESS, an original book for 
a musical by Bertram Stone & Charles 
Durand. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Bertram Stone & Charles Durand; 
19May67; DU687a7. 

STRIKER SCHNEIDERMAN, a comedy by 
John Gray. 1 v. 2 acts. © John 
Gray; l6jan67; DU67743. 

STRIP-TEASE. See 
THEATRE. 

STRUCTURED FEEDBACK, a new application 
of a motivational theory . . . aero- 
space locations by Human Factors 
Division, Jan Engineering. 4 1. 
Video tape segment of symposium. 
© Jan Engineering; 5Jun67; CI9603. 

STRUM AKD DRUM GUITAR INSTRUCTIONS, by 
Troy 'rfeidenheimer. 4 1. A recording 
script. © Strum & Drum, Inc.; 
17Feb67; CI9211. 

STUDIES IN DRAMA. See 

APPROACHES TO LITERATURE, VOL.2. 

SUBURBAN ROULETTE. 48 1. A screen- 
play. © Argent Film Productions, 
Inc.; 24Marfa7; DU68206. 



SUBURBAN TRAGEDY. 
POUR SHORT PLAYS, 



gee 



SUCCESSFUL SELLING COURTESY. 1 v. 
Script. © Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 
30Mar67; CI9438. 

SUCCESSFUL SELLING - THAT EXTRA STEP, 
by Sears National Training. 10 1. 
Fllmstrlp script. © Sears, Roebuck 
& Co.; 22May67; CI9628. 

SUITCASE OF DEATH, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Borys Pawel Henelt. ' 29 1. ® Borys 
Pawel Henelt; 5Apr67; DU58462. 

SUMIMASEN MY LOVE; original screenplay 
by Don Rigsby (Donald A. Rlgsby) 
61 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Donald A. Rlgsby; 24Apr67; 
DU68513. 

THE SUMMER HARBOR, by Joan Tyler Riggln, 
55 1. A play in 3 acts. © Joan 
Tyler Rlggin; 6Apr67; DU68327. 



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SUMMER IS A FOREIGN LAND, a play ty 
E. M. Broner. Detroit, Wayne State 
University Press. Ikh p. 5 acts. 
© Wayne State University Press; 
29Dec66; DPfjJ't • 



SUMMERHOUSE IN THE GARDEN. 
PULL CIRCLE. 



See 



THE SUN IS A RED DWARF; one act play 
by Myron Levoy. 15 1. © Myron 
Levoy; lMar67; DU6801O. 

THE SUN KING; play in three acts by 
Joseph W. Mosser. 75 1. ® Joseph 
William Mosser; 31May67; DUSSSW . 

SUNDAY AFTERNOON ON THE SQUARE, a new 
play - experimental theatre by 
California Ben Rosenbaum (Ben 
Rosenbaum) 55 1. With lyrics to 1 
song. © California Ben Rosenbaum; 
25Dec66; DU67629. 

A SUNDAY MORNING. 2 1. (The Fun 
factory, no. 6) A narration script. 
© Ultimus Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; 
CI9159. 

SUNSET STRIP. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
SUNSET STRIP. 

SUPERMARKET, by Seth Freeman. 25 1. 
A play. © Seth Freeman: 19Apr67; 
DU6865I. 

SURE AS YOU'RE BORN, a musical revje 
by Helen Kromer. 79 1. Book & 
lyrics only. ® Helen Kromer; 
25Jan67; DU67852. 

THE SURFER FROM LIMA, a comedy drama in 
two acts by Raak Anderson (Richard 
Marlow Anderson) l'}k 1. © Richard 
Marlow Anderson; 19Jun67; DU68988. 

SUZY CREAMCHEESE; words by Jerry 

Ralston, Dave Conway (David Conway) 
& Theodore M. Flores, Jr. Sheet. 
© David Conway, Jerry Ralston & 
Theodore M. Flores, Jr.; 20Jan67; 
CI9152. 

SUZY, HOW COME YOU DON'T LIKE ME? 
Words & music by Kenny Young. 
Sheet. © Kangaroo Music; lJun67; 
CI9608. 

SUZY WE LOVE YOU, a three act play by 
Robert E. Stivers. 51 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Robert E. Stivers; 
5Jan67; DU67568. 

SWAN SONG (The life of Marie Dressier", 
Screenplay by DeWitt Bodeen. 
1st draft. 159 1. Appl. author; 
Selznick International Pictures, Inc., 
employer for hire. © A. Morgan Maree, 
Jr. & Bank of America National Trust 
& Savings Assn., exoutors of the 
Estate of David 0. Selznick; 21Apr67 ; 
DU68495. 

SWEET CHARITY; book by Nell Simon, 

music by Cy Coleman, words by Dorothy 
Fields. New York, Random House. 
113 p. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: text. © Nancy Enterprises, Inc., 
Dorothy Fields, Arete Productions, 
Inc. & Robert Fosse; 15Nov66; DP6314. 

THE SWEET SAVOUR IN 7 PARTS TO IN- 
CLUDE CHIP'S CRUCIFIXION AND ASCEN- 
SION TO THE WINDOWS OF HEAV'N, a 
theatrical by Stuart Murphy. 1 v. 
® Stuart Murphy; 30 Jan67 ; DU67843. 

THE SWEET ZEPHYR OF ARABIA AND THE 
POWER OF CHRISTIANITY, by John K. 
Handy. 34 1. A play in 10 acts. 
© John K. Handy; 5Jan67; DU67526. 



SWEDITH IN TINA, by Daniel Sankowsky. 
1 V. A play. © Daniel Sankowsky; 
15May67; DU68686. 

THE SWING, a one act play, a tragedy 
by Paris M. Goodnjm. 20 1. 
© Paris Macklln Goodrum; 15May67; 
DU68699- 

SWING FAMILY WISE, by R. G. Walsh. 
71 1. A play in 3 acts. © John 
Gerstad & R. G. Walsh; 15May67; 
DU 68687. 

THE SYMPHONY OF THE GRAND CANYON, a 
screenplay by Ben Greene. 7 1. 
Based upon a poem Grand Canyon by 
Alfred Bryan. © Ben Greene; 
lFeb67; C1917't . 



TAINTED MONEY ON A HERO, by Scott 
Richards, pseud, of Beatrice Maria 
Prada North. 146 1. A play. 
© Scott Richards; 23Mar67; DU68208. 

TAKE A TIP FROM DAD; recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 22 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
Ijun67; C19554 . 

TAKE THE FIREFLY, the book for a 
musical comedy by Norman Zierold. 
110 1. 2 acts. © Norman Zierold; 
27Mar67; DU68204. 

TAKE YOUR CHOICE, by Kay Vincent 

Nielsen, pseud, of Katherine Vincent 
Nelson. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Katherine Vincent Nelson; 10Mar67; 
DU68088. 

A TALE OF TWO SEXES, by Avi^a Ravel. 
pseud, of Eva Rubalsky. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Eva Rubalsky; 
2Feb67; DU68003. 

TALENT SCOUT, by Lou Glwin (Louis 
V. Glwin) 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Lou Giwin; 3Apr67; DU68275 • 

THE TALES OF HOFFMANN, a fantastic 
opera in four acts by Jaques Offen- 
bach; new English translation by 
Josef Blatt. 28 1. Libretto. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 25May53, 
DU34118. NM: completion. © Josef 
Blatt; 7Apr67; DU68516. 



TALES OF THE ALHAMBRA . 
THE ENCHANTED LEGACY. 



See 



TALITHIA, by T. Edward Taylor. 1 v. 
A play. © Timothy Edward Taylor; 
llJan67; DU67599. 

TALKIN' LOW LYIN' WOMAN, by Jerry 
Merrick. Folder. Appl. author: 
Unart Music Corp . , employer for hire . 
© Unart Music Corp.; 21Feb67; 
CI9269. 

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW. See 
COMEDIES II. 

THE TANGIERS: LAS VEGAS; script #1 
by E. H. is: James G. Barrows. 21 1. 
A screenplay. © James G. & Emma H. 
Barrows; 13Apr67; DU68419. 

TANGO. See 
THEATRE. 

TANIA-TANIA AND CLARA, TQO! By 

Eugene Walter. 2 scenes. (In Isak 
Dlnesen, a memorial; edited by 
Clara Svensen. New York, Random 
House, p. 70-80) © Eugene Walter; 
llJan65; DP6361. 



TANSHU AND SANCHI, PART TWO, an American 
opera in four acts; plot, words & 
music by Buren Schryock. 248 p. 
® Buren Schryock; 23Feb67; DU68005 . 

TAPE INFORMATION FOR WEIGHT REDUCING, 
by Virginia Toews Stucky. 18 1. 
© Virginia Toews Stucky; 30Jan67: 
CI9135 . 

TAPE'S LAST CRAP. See 

BLEST BE THE BIND THAT TIES. 

TASTE LIKE MORE, by Johnny Cavallo. 
10 1. Commercial scripts. © Johnny 
Cavallo; I40ct66; C19396. 

TAX MAN. See 

FRED'S TWENTY, TAX MAN, BANK. 

TAX MAN, BANK, FRED'S TWENTY, INLAWS, 
MAMA MIA, OFFICE; pool of 6 60-sec. 
radio commercials by Tatham-Lalrd & 
Kudner. 6 1. ©Duncan Foods Co., 
division of Coca-Cola Co.; 13Jun67; 
CI961O. 

TEA FOR THREE BILLION, by Martin J. 

?n^f ^r. ^^ ^- * Pl^y in 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3Aue66 
DU66492 . © Martin J . ' Malley • 
23Jun67; DU69027. 

THE TEA TEST, by Anastasia Curran, 
pseud, of June Septant. 99 1. 
A play in 4 acts. © June Septant; 
23May67; DU68758. 

TEACHING THE OPERATING ROOM TECHNICIAN; 
written & prepared for lecture & 
teaching purposes by the Technician 
Manual Committee of the Assn. of 
Operating Room Nurses. 1 v. 
© Assn. of Operating Room Nursesj 
llApr67; CI9502. 

TELEVISION VISITS RADIO STATION KNUM 
AS CHILLY CHARLEY CHOKES; comedy 
skit by Frank S. Dlonise. 10 1. 
A screenplay. © Frank S. Dlonise; 
4May67; DU6863I. 

THE TELL-TALE HEART, by Edgar Allan 
Poe, as adapted by Crane Johnson. 
New York, Theatre Press. 1 v. 
© Crane Johnson; 10ct54; DP6346. 

THE TEMPEST; commentary, complete text, 
glossary, edited by Sidney Lamb. 
Lincoln, Neb., Cliff's Notes. 68 p. 
(Complete study ed.) 5 acts. Appl. 
author: Clifton K. Hillegass, employer 
for hire. NM: additions & revisions. 
© C. K. Hillegass; 21Nov66; A896665 . 

TEMPT DI LUCE STRANA. See 

TRILOGIA DI PREISTORIA: PREISTORIA 
SUI TETTI DEL MONDO, TEMPI DI LUCE 
STRANA & OGGI ALL'ISOLA VAGA. 

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, AS RELATED TO THE 
SERMON ON THE MOUNT, a lecture given 
by Thomas L. Leishman. 16 1. 
© Thomas L. Leishman; 21Apr67; 
CI9409. 

10 WAYS TO TAKE STROKES OFF YOUR 
GAME. 1 V. A recording script. 
© Munslngwear, Inc.; 15Feb67; 
019205 . 

TEN WEEKS WITH A CIRCUS. See 
TOBY TYLER. 

THE TENANTS, by John Weser. I89 1. 
A play. © John Bernard Weser; 
l8Maye7; DU68726. 

THE TENDER HUSBAND, by Richard Steele; 
edited by Calhoun Winton. Lincoln, 
University of Nebraska Press. 90 p. 
(Regents restoration drama series) 
5 acts. NM: introd., 2 appendixes & 
copious text. © University of 
Nebraska Press; 31Jan67; A90287O. 



mA 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



TEEIKE; comedy in three acts by Joseph 
Uray, English version by C. P. Cule. 
61 1. Based on the original play by 
Emeric Foldes. © Joseph Uray; 
21Mar67; DU68356. 

TERROR OF-DRACULA. See 
DRACULA. 

TESS OF THE D ' URBERVILLES. By Thomas 
Hardy; screenplay by Allan Scott. 
255 1. Appl. author: Vanguard Films, 
Inc., employer for hire of Allan 
Scott. © A. Morgan Maree, Jr. & Bank 
of America National Trust & Savings 
Assn., executors of the Estate of 
David 0. Selznick; 22Mar67; DU68I56. 

TESS OF THE D ' URBERVILLES. By Thomas 
Hardy; screenplay by Clemence Dane. 
216 1. © A. Morgan Maree, Jr. & Bank 
of America National Trust & Savings 
Assn., executors of the Estate of 
David 0. Selznick; 22Mar67; DU68157. 

tStE D'OR, See 

A VOICE LIKE THE HUMAN VOICE. 

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, DOCTOR, a comedy 
in one act by Judith Morley (Judith 
Morley Levitan) 33 1- © Judith 
Morley Levitan; 20Dec66; DU675lt2. 

THANKSGIVING, by John B. Sarracino. 
Sheet. © John B. Sarracino; 
10Apr67; CI9433. 

THAT GIRL JULIE; screenplay by Larry 
Crane a.k.a. Walter Mahlman Berger. 
58 1. © Walter M. Berger k.a. 
Larry Crane; 12Jun67; DU69052. 

THAT OLD SERPENT CALLED THE DEVIL; or. 
Thus the serpent tempted Eve. An 
original screenplay by James A. Haught. 
56 1. © James A. Haught; 17May67; 
DU687I8. 

THAT OTHER BUSINESS, FT. II; recording 
script for J. I. Case Co. by 
Jam Handy Organization. 19 1. 
© J. I. Case Co.; Ijun67; C19532. 

THAT'S MY WIFE. 2 1. (The Fun factory, 
no. 15) A narration script. © Ul- 
timus Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; CI9168. 

THAT'S THE WAY THE BALL BOUNCES, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by H. E. Kelley, Jr. 
50 1. © H. E. Kelley, Jr.; 15Jun67; 
DU6897I. 

THEATRE, de Slawoniir Mrozek. Tango, 
adaptation francaise de Georges 
Lisowski & Claude Roy; En pleine mer, 
Bertrand, Strip-tease, adaptation 
francaise de Therese Dzieduszycka. 
Paris, A. Michel. 332 p. © Editions 
Albln Michel; 20Nov66; DFO-litgO. 

THEATRE: L'EMPEREUR DE CHINE; Le serin 
muet; Le bourreau du Perou. De 
Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes . [Paris] 
Gallimard. 315 p. © Editions 
Gallimard; 15Nov66; DFO-1492. 

THEME FINALE, by Wilding; writer, 

M. David. 5 1- A musical, screenplay. 
Book & lyrics only. © Wliaing, Inc.; 
27Apr67; DU685I9. 

THEN CAME SPRING, a comedy in two 
acts by Eileen Summers & Noel 
Warwick. 99 1. ® Noel Warwick & 
Eileen Summers; 24Feb67; DU68083. 

THEODORE ROOSEVELT, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 6 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; C19292. 



THERE COMES A TIME, by Jack Moffat 
(John W. Moffat) 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Jack Moffat; 
3Peb67; DU6779O. 



THERE I MUST GO! A musical comedy; 
original book & lyrics by Richard Lee 
Marks; music by Lawrence B. Marks. 
99 1. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Richard Lee Marks; 29Jun67; DU69075 . 

THERE IS NO JUSTICE IN THE HOUSE OF 
THE MOUSE, by Allen Davis III. 30 1. 
A play in 5 scenes. Appl. states 
prev. reg. lFeb63, DU56995. NM: 
additions & revisions. ©Allen 
Davis III; l8Apr67; DU68447 . 

THERE IS SOMEONE WHO CARES FOR ME, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Ethel H. McSwain. 
30 1. © Ethel H. McSwain; 3Apr67; 
DU6827I. 

THERE MUST BE A SANTA CLAUSI A play in 
three acts by Wayne Maxwell. 1 v. 
© Wayne Maxwell, Jr.; 8May67; 
DU687't9 . 

THERE REALLY IS A SANTA CLAUS , by 
Glenn P. Crone. 3 1. © Glenn P. 
Crone; 12Jun67; CI9597. 

THERE SHE GOES! The new musical comedy 
by Jim Bartlett & Ken Fallin; music 
& lyrics by Jim Bartlett; orchestra- 
tions by Jim Bartlett. 52 1. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © James 
Allan Bartlett; 16Jun67; DU68983. 

THERE WAS NONE TO HELP, a play In 
two parts by Irwin Shappin . 1 v. 
© Irwin Shappin; 13Apr67; DU6842it. 

THERE'S MY YOUTH, RIGHT THERE! An 
original story written & adapted 
for television by Antonio J. Mar- 
oiano. 30 1. © Antonio J. Mar- 
ciano; 5Apr67; DU58459. 

THERE'S NO COMPARISON; prepared for 
Whirlpool Corp. by Wilding. Writer: 
George Elrick. 36 1. A filmstrip 
script. ©Wilding, Inc.; lMay67; 
CI9419. 

THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT THAT BOY, 
a new comedy by William Case. 1 v. 
2 acts. ©William Case; 27Mar67; 
DU6Bl84 . 

THERMAL TREATMENT OF COLD FINISHED 
STEEL, prepared for Republic Steel 
by Wilding. Writer: George Elrick. 
17 1. Script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 
27Mar67; C19336. 

THEY CAME FROM BELOW, by Roger Elwood. 
41 1. A screenplay. © Roger 
Elwood; 12Jun67; DU69OO8. 

THEY CAME FROM OUT OF THE SKIES, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Robert V. Freitas. 
30 1. © Robert V. Preltas; 20Mar67; 
DU68296. 

THEY CAME FROM OUT OF THE SKIES, an 
original story written 8= adapted for 
television by Robert V. Freitas . 
30 1. © Robert V. Freitas; 
28Apr67; DU68680. 

THEY DIDN'T BELIEVE ME, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by William Mallick. 3I 1* 
© William Mallick; 23Feb67; I)U67898. 

THEY SEEK A LAND, by Dorothy Mary Riley. 
81. A script. © Dorothy Mary Riley; 
7Mar67; DU68038. 



THEY SPEAK PEACE. 
FACETS OF FAITH. 



See 



THEY'RE AFTER MARY DEVILIN, by Lou Glv- 
vin (Louis V. Givvln) 23 1. 
A play. © Louis V. Givvln; 12Jun67; 
DU69OO6 . 

THEY'RE HANGING VIOLET RYDER AT NOON 
TODAY, by Lou Givvln (Louis V. 
Givvln) 21 1. A play. © Lou 
Givvln; 24Apr67; DU68526. 



THIEVES' PARADISE, a screen play by 
William E. Hlnes. II6 1. © Wllliaro 
E. Hines; 27Mar67; DU68487. 

THE THIN MASK, by Clarone, pseud, of 
Cesare S. Claudlo. 62 1. A play In 
2 acts. © Cesare S. Claudio; 
20Feb67; DU67864. 

THINGS THAT GO BOOMP IN THE NIGHT, by 
Paul Jensen. 1 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. © Paul A. Jensen; 22Mar67; 
DU68I65 . 

THINKING IMPROVEMENT PROJECT; scripts 
for television series by Sara W. 
Lundsteen. 1 v. 12 scripts. 
© Sara W. Lundsteen; 19Dec66; 
CI9108. 

THE THIRD CORNER, by N. S. Robblns. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © N. S. 
Robblns; 25Jan67; DU67634. 

THIRD PARTY SUITS AND POTENTIAL 

RESPONSIBILITY OF INDIVIDUAL ENGINEERS 
EMPLOYED IN INDUSTRY, by Edwin Jerry 
Dietrich. 1 v. © E. J. Dietrich; 
23Jan67; CI923O. 

THIS CRAFTY, CARJEFUL SILENCE, a play 
in three acts by Thomas Shannon, 
pseud, of Thomas McGovern. 1 v. 
© Thomas McGovern; 2May67; DU68559. 

THIS IS A CONFESSION. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THIS 
IS A CONFESSION. 

THIS IS A RODEO COWBOY, by James 
Jennings. 2 1. A radio script. 
© James Jennings; 25Jan67; C19355. 

THIS IS MY BROTHER, a play in one act 
by Jannett T. Varnum, based on an 
incident in Victor Hugo's Les miser- 
ables. 81. © Jannett T. Varnum; 
6Mar67; DU68138. 

THIS IS OUR FLAG; written by George W. 
Courtney, Jr., Richard A. Van Hprn & 
C. Wesley Ward. 8 1. A narration 
script. © George W. Courtney, Jr., 
Richard A. Van Horn & C. Wesley 
Ward; 25Jan67; 019129. 

THIS IS THE OPERATOR, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Robert A. Solymossy. 32 1. © Robert 
A. Solymossy; 8jun67; DU68876. 

THIS IS THE SOUND OF FORT WORTH, by 
Marvin Moore. 14 1. Recording 
script. © Marvin J. Moore; 27 Apr 67 ; 
CI9413. 

THIS MARRIAGE UNSAFE FOR HUMAN HABITA- 
TION, by Thomas Sydorlck. 36 1. 
A' play in 3 scenes. © Thomas Sydo- 
rlck; 9Jan67; DU67576. 

THIS SOLDIER'S PRAYER, by Milton L. 
Brown. Sheet. © Milton L. Brown; 
6Apr67; CI9437. 

THIS THING, THIS THING, JESUS; words 
by Adam Clayton Powell & C. Sumner 
Stone. 2 1. © Bright Tunes Music 
Corp.; 28Feb67; C19228. 

THIS TRAIN, by Donald Koke. 17 1. 
A play. © Donald Koke; 13Jan67; 
DU676IO. 

THIS TRAIN, by Gerald Arthur Porath. 
Sheet. © Gerald Arthur Porath; 
15May67; C19481. 

THIS WAS THE WEST THAT WAS, by Jerry 
Elkind. 13 1. 4 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Jerry Elkind; 
lJun66; DP6343. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 7 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. ® Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; 019303. 



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THORN IK THE- THICKET. See 
IT'S TEXAS.' 

THORNS & ROSES, a playomlme in two 
acts by Salomon Yakim. 1 v. 
® Salomon Yakim; Itjane?; DU6756I. 

THOROVAC SALES TRAINING PROGRAM. 

1 V. A slide sci'ipt. © H. W. Ander- 
son Products, Inc.; 26Apr67; Cigltgo. 

THOSE THAT I FIGHT, by Joanna Russ. 
52 1. A play in 8 scenes. © Joanna 
Russ; 28Mar67; DU68219. 

THOSE WHO WILL NOT SEE, a play in four 
acts by Hiram Elfenbein. 1 v. 
© Hiram Elfenbein; l6May67; DU687IO. 

THE THREE-A-DAY; or. Next week: Ashta- 
bula! A musical play for the stage; 
story by Dave Bell (David L. Bell); 
boo'c, music & lyrics by Dave Bell, 
Dave Arnold (David H. Arnold) & Gene 
Cavanaugh (Eugene C. Cavanaugh); 
advice by Brad Field. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © David L. Bell, 
David H. Arnold & Eugene C. Cavanaugh 
d.b.a. Showboat Co.; Iljan67; DU67592. 

THREE AND ONE-HALF DECADES OF TERROR, 
an originial story written & adapted 
for television by Joseph W. Walton. 
31 1. © Joseph W. Walton; 5Apr67; 
DU68460. 

THE THREE BEARS, by James P. Polaok 
& James Farmer. 3 1. A recording 
script. © Gables Music Co., Inc.; 
9Jan67; C19144. 

THE 3-DAY LAYOVER, a new play by Gideon 
Wade (Patty Gill Gideon Wade) 
25 1. © Fatty Gill Gideon Wade; 
9Feb67; DU67963- 

THREE DOGS, A CAT AND AM APPLE, by 
Sally Ordway. I8 1. A play. 
© Sally Ordway; 25Jan67; DU67835. 

THREE LADIES IN A BARROOM; or. The dead 
brother's secret. A fast moving 
melodrama of the Gay ' 90s in three 
acts by Kenneth R. Eulo. 40 1. 
© Kenneth R. Eulo; 15May67; DU68688. 
THE THREE LITTLE PIGS, a play for child- 
ren to be enacted without intermission 
by Harriet S. Warren. 28 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Harriet S. Warren; 
15Mar67; DU68105 . 
THREE LITTLE PIGS. See 

LET'S MAKE A PLAY. 
THREE OF A KIND, by Marion Christopher 
Arnold. 120 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Marion Christopher Arnold; 26junb7; 
DU69045 . 
THREE PAIRS OF EYES, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Ray H. Flagg (Raymond H. Flagg) 
50 1. © Raymond H. Flagg; l4Jun67; 
DU68962. 
THREE PLAYS, by Mark Van Doren. 1st ed. 
New York, Hill & Wang. 3^3 p. Con- 
tents: Never, never ask his name.-- 
A little night music. --The weekend 
that was. © Mark Van Doren; 21Sep66; 
A887764 . 
THREE TO THE CLOSING BRIDGE; one-act 
play by William Miles. 34 1. 
©William C. Miles; 21Apr67; DU68504 . 

THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS. See 
ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 

THROUGH YOUR OWNER'S EYES! Recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 15 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; lJun67; 019553 . 

THUNDERING SOUNDS OF THE WEST, the 

story in sound of the Palo Duro Canyon 
by Rosa Cash Cowart & Margaret Pease 
Harper. 21 1. A musical play in 2 
acts. Book & lyrics only. ® Rosa 
Cash Cowart & Margaret Pease Harper; 
l6peb67; DU67836. 



THURSDAY, a modern morality play by 
Fritz Hochwaelder; translated from 
the German by Elizabeth Auer & Felix 
L. Auer. 124 1. Translation of 
Donnerstag. Appl. states prev. reg. 
Apr. 1959, DU48939. © Elizabeth Auer 
& Felix L. Auer; 31May67; DU68806. 

THUS THE SERPENT TEMPTED EVE. See 
THAT OLD SERPENT CALLED THE DEVIL. 

TICK DOO LOO ROO, TIC DOO LOO ROO, TIC 
DU LA RUE, written by Irene L. Kiss; 
original idea suggested by Allen H. 
Hill; additional material by Mark 
Thomas. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Irene Loretta Kiss & Mark Thomas; 
3Jan67; DU67554. 

TICKETS PLEASE. 2 1. (The Fun factory, 
no. 7) A narration script. ® Ultlmus 
Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; C19160. 

TIDE RIP, by Anne Barbe, pseud, of 
Ninette Blanc. 49 1. A play. 
© Ninette Blanc; 22May67; DU68857. 

TIGER IN THE HILLS, an original 

screenplay by Leonard Wise. l46 1. 
© Leonard Wise; 6jun67; DU68944 . 

TIGER MAN, by James Rawlins. 106 1. 
A comedy in 2 acts. © James Rawlins; 
l4Dec66; DU67544. 

THE TIGER SWALLOWTAIL, by Maxine 
Fleischman. 36 !• A play. 
© Maxine Fleischman; l8Apr67; 
DU68774 . 
EN TILVAERELSE UDEN FRYGT. (Life 
unafraid) Et foredrag om Kristen 
Videnskab af William. Henry Alton. 
19 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
Sept. 1964, CI7O62. NMr Danish 
translation. © William Henry 
Alton; 6Mar67; C19265 . 
A TIME FOR GRACE, by Howard S. Portnoy . 
113 1. A play in 3 acts. © Howard S. 
Portnoy; 17Mar67; DU68118. 
THE TIME IS NOW, by John Valenti. 
1 V. A screenplay. © John 
Valenti; lMay67; DU68560. 

THE TIME MACHINE OF DR. BOTTS, a 
musical comedy by Keller - Dean. 
1 V. 3 acts. © J. William Dean S: 
David C. Keller; 7Dec66; DU67639. 

TIME OUT, by Robert Howard. 42 1. 
A play. © Robert Paul Howard; - 
9Jan67; DU67748. 

TIME TUNNEL. See 

THE DOUBLE FLASHBACK. 

TIMEPLAN CREDIT SCORING SYSTEM. 

26 1. A recording script. © Bank 
of America National Trust & Savings 
Assn.; 8Feb67; CI9183. 

A TISKET A CASKET, by K. C. MacDonald . 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. ® Kenneth 
C. MacDonald; 13Apr67; DU68425. 

TO LIVE A FAST LIFE; screenplay by 
Stanford Richard Gamburg. 96 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 20Aug65, 
DU63855. MM: revisions. © Stanford 
Richard Gamburg; 23Jan67; DU6769O. 

TO MOM WITH GLORY, by Jimmy Coates. 
4 1. © James Jimmy Coates; 28Dec66; 
CI9I06. 

TO QUENCH DESIRE, written by Glen R. 
Tracy. 32 1. A shooting script. 
® Glen Richard Tracy; 27Mar67; 
DU68189. 

TOAD AND TUBA, by Paul Doll. 27 1. 
A play. © Paul Doll; 7Jun67; 
DU68846. 

TOBY TYLER; or. Ten weeks with a circus 
by James Otis, adapted by LeVoy 
Melville. 31 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© LeVoy Melville; 24Apr67; DU68486. 

TOCKS ISLAND, a musical comedy; book & 
lyrics by Dan Franklin Dougherty, 
music by Edmond G. De Luca. 2 v. 
4 acts. © Daniel Franklin Dougherty 
& Edmond Galileo De Luca; 26jun67; 
DU69066 . 



TOILETS INTERNATIONAL, by Marie S. 
Lenger. Sheet. ® Marie 
S. Lenger; 20Mar67; CI9278. 

TOM COOPER, CAPTAIN OF INDUSTRY; or. 
Bound to rise. One act children's 
musical based upon the works of 
Horatio Alger, Jr. Book by; Steve 
Press (Stephen M. Press); lyrics by 
Bonnie Arditti (Bonnie Arditti Edel- 
stein) 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: dramatization & adaptation with 
lyrics. © Stephen M. Press & Bonnie 
Arditti Edelstein; 13Apr67; DU68606. 

TOM OF BEDLAM, by Christine Conrad. 

1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 

Book & lyrics only. © Christine 

Conrad; 13Feb67; DU67763. 
TOM SAWYER, by David March, pseud, of 

Owen Ray Hansley. 36 1. A play in 

3 acts. Dramatization of Mark Twain's 

book, Adventures of Tom Sawyer. 

© Owen Ray Hansley; 15May67; DU68852. 

TOM SAWYER; music, Michael E. Dansicker; 

book & lyrics, Sara M. Schlesinger. 

1 V. A play. NM: additions. 

© Sarah M. Schlesinger & Michael E. 

Dansicker; l4Feb67; DU67995. 
TOMBSTONE; 01; How it really was; or. 
The afterbirth of a nation. By 
Kenneth Kelman. I06 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Kenneth E. Kelman; 
28jun67; DU69064 . 

TOMORROW WAS YESTERDAY, a play in nine 
scenes by James N. Brown. 1st ed. 
New York, Exposition Press. 57 p. 
© James N. Brown; 4Nov66; DP6375. 

TOMORROW, WITH LOVE, a play in two acts 
& epilogue by Thomas Joseph Quirk. 
101 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
7Sep66, DU6677O. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Thomas Joseph Quirk; 
29Mar67; DU68235 . 

TOO MANY ANCESTORS, a play in five 
acts by Maria Kout. 120 1. 
© Maria Kout; 5Jun67; DU68840. 

TOP 5^ CLUB. See 

HOW TO GET RICH & THE TOP 55^ CLUB. 

TORQUATO TASSO, a play by Johann Wolf- 
gang von Goethe; translated by Charles 
E. Passage. New York, F. Ungar Pub. 
Co. 104 p. 5 acts. NM: introd. 
© Frederick Ungar Pub. Co., Inc.; 
10Mar66; A919705. 

THE TORTOISE AND HARE TALE, by Lee 
Welling (Leon E. Welling) 1 v. 
A play in 6 scenes. © Lee Welling; 
27Jun67; DU69054 . 

TOUGH GUY; radio drama by Judson Foun- 
tain. 91. © Judson Fountain; 
13Jan67; DU6799I. 

TOUPEE OR NOT TOUPEE, a comedy by 
Edmond V. Chibeau, Sr. & Edmond V. 
Chibeau, Jr. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Edmond V. Chibeau, Sr. & Edmond V. 
Chibeau, Jr.; 8Mar67; DU68135. 
A TOUR OF EUROPEAN AGRICULTURE, Deere 
days, 1966, by Wilding. 5 !• 
Script for a series of vignettes. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 27Mar67; DU68352. 

TOWARD A DARK AND INDEFINITE SHORE, 
a melodrama in five acts by Walter 
A. Fairservis, Jr. 1 v. © Walter 
A. Fairservis, Jr.; 26jun67; 
DU69047 . 

TRADE AND TREASON. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
TRADE AND TREASON. 

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF 
DENMARK, by William Shakespeare. 
2d ed. Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell 
Pub. Co. 179 p. (The Kittredge 
Shakespeares, revised by Irving 
Ribner) 5 acts. ® Blaisdell Pub. 
Co., a division of Ginn & Co.; 
8Feb67; A901998. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE TRAGEDY OF HARRY HAMMOND, SON OF 
THE BLACK BULL, a play by Randolph 
Phillips. 167 p. 17 scenes. 
© Randolph Phillips; I6jun67; 
DU68980. 

THE TRAGEDY OF KING LEAR, by William 
Shakespeare. Waltham, Mass., Blais- 
dell Pub. Co. It? p. (The Kittredge 
Shakespeares, revised by Irving 
Ribner; 5 acts. NM; revisions & 
additions. © Blaisdell Pub. Co., 
a division of Ginn & Co.; 8Feb67; 
A901999. 

TRAGEDIES II: ROMEO AND JULIET, OTHELLO, 
KING LEAR, by William Shakespeare; 
wit) biographical Illustrations & 
pictures of the setting of the plays, 
together with introds. by John Mase- 
fleld. New York, Dodd, Mead & Co. 
356 p. (Great Illustrated classics) 
NM; compilation Sc glossary. © Dodd, 
Mead & Co., Inc.; 28Dec66; A893G56. 

THE TRAITOR, by Crane Johnson. New 
York, Theatre Press. 1 v. © Crane 
Johnson; 10ot54; DP5287. 

TRANSFER, by Eugene C. Flinn. 50 1. 
A play in 3 scenes. Includes words 
& music for 1 song. © Eugene C. 
Flinn; llMay67; DU68666. 

TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO.l. Microchem- 
istry, by Butler; Calcium, phosphorus, 
by Sherrick; Pathology insights, by 
Puller. 1 V. Scripts. © American 
Society of Clinical Pathologists; 
8jun67; CI9637. 

TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO. 2. Rh hemolytic 
disease newborn, by Jennings & Main- 
waring; Normal values, by Beeler; 
Glucose, by Cooper & McDaniels. 1 v. 
Scripts. © American Society of 
Clinical Pathologists; 8Jun67; 
CI9636. 

THE TRAVELER FROM BRAZIL, by Edwin 
O'Connor. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Edwin O'Connor; 22Jun67; DU6902't . 

THE TRAVELING PLAYHOUSE VERSION OF RIP 
VAN WINKLE, by Kay Rockefeller 
(Katherine Rivett Rockefeller) & 
Richard Kinter, based on the short 
story by Washington Irving. 1st 
draft, if* 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Traveling Playhouse; 26May67; 
DU68789. 

LA TREMENDA CORTE; script para teatro, 
radio, cine y television, original 
de Jose Antonio Gutierrez Cabrera. 
17 1. ® Jose Antonio Gutierrez 
Cabrera; 7Apr67; C19't28. 

THE TRIAL OF DOCTOR DERING; or. Cross- 
examination at Auschwitz. The case 
of the missing medical register of 
Block 21, Auschwitz concentration 
camp, by Chester Leo Smith. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Prev . reg. as 
Alas; It disappeared. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 31May66, DU65918. 
NM: additions. © Chester Leo Smith; 
2itMar67; DU68348. 

THE TRIAL OF PETER ZENGER, a historical 
drama in two acts adapted & arranged 
by Thomas Erskine from compilations, 
records &: books covering the pvents 
& trial. 52 1. © Thomas Erskine; 
20Jun67; DU 69031. 

THE TRIAL THAT NEVER WAS; one act play 
by Claire D. McLean. 5 1. © Claire 
D. McLean; 6Feb67; DU6800I. 

A TRIBE OF BRONZE INDIANS, by John 
Fritz. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© John L. Fritz; 15Mar67; DU68l02. 

TRIBUTI AL MOSTEO. See 

TRILOGIA DI STORIA: TRIBUTI AL 
MOSTRO, IL RE DAGLI OCCHI DI 
CONCHIGLIA & SI DIRA DELLE MISERE 
DONNE. 



TRILOGIA DI PREISTORIA: PREISTORIA SUI 
TETTI DEL HONDO, TEMPI DI LUCE STRANA 
& OGGI ALL'ISOLA VAGA, dl Lulgi 
Sarzano. 3 v. 3 plays. © Lulgi 
Carlo Sarzano; 10Jan67; DU68071. 

TRILOGIA DI STORIA: TRIBUTI AL MOSTRO, 
IL RE DAGLI OCCHI DI CONCHIGLIA & 
SI DIRA DELLE MISERE DONNE, di 
Luigi Sarzano. 3 v. 3 plays. 
© Luigi Carlo Sarzano; 10Jan67; 
DU68072. 
TRILOGIA DI VOMINI E ANIMALI, di 

Luigi Sarzano. Yiochi d'amore e di 
storia; II bue elettorale; E andata 
male. 1 v. © Luigi Carlo Sarzano; 
10Jan67; DU68333. 

TRILOGIA MONFERRINA: I GRILLI INTORNO 
ALLA CASA, LA COMPAGNIA DELLE LUNE 
SPENTE & ARIA ALLE GIRANDOLE, dl 
Lulgi Sarzano. 3 v. 3 plays. 
© Luigi Carlo Sarzano; 10Jan67; 
DU68073 . 
TRIO IN A FLAT, a play in three parts 

by Gerald Kean. 1 v. © Gerald 

Kean; 17Mar67 ; DueSl^l. 

A TRIP ON THE HELL-BOUND TRAIN; or, 
A drunkard's dream, by Louis J. 
Reeverts. 2 1. © Louis J. Reeverts; 
26Jun67; C19646. 

TRIP-OUT. See 
THE HIP SET. 

TRISTAN ALEXANDER, a screenplay by 
Robert Madero. 133 !• ® Robert 
Madero; 28Feb67; DU67936. 

TRISTE ET BELLE (Sad and fine) Un 
scenario d'Yvette Tapponnier & 
Harrystom, pseud, de Henri Tappon- 
nier, auteur-composlteur. 126 1. 
Part 1 of screenplay. Book only. 
© Yvette Tapponler & Henri Tappon- 
nier; 19Apr67; DU68't72. 

THE TROPHY HUNTERS, a dramatic play In 
two acts by Kendrew Lascelles. 1 v. 
© Kendrew Lascelles; 5Apr67; 
DU68499. 
TRUDI AND THE MINSTREL, a Neo-Gothlck 
extravaganza by Alan Cullen, with 
music by Roderick Horn. Anchorage, 
Ky., Anchorage Press. 96 p. 3 acts. 
© Anchorage Press; 30Dec66; DP6297. 

A TRUE BILL, a chancel drama in one 
act by James Bllsh. 29 1 . © Jam.es 
Blish; 3Feb67; DU67787, 

THE TRUE GIFT OF CHRISTMAS, a Christmas 
play by Rega Kramer McCarty. 
Winona Lake, Ind., Rodeheaver Co. 
16 p. 3 acts. © Rodeheaver Co.; 
2Jun67; DP6398. 

TRUNK? YOU? By Sally Racanelli. 
23 1. A play. © Sally Racanelli; 
8May67; DU686't4 . 

THE TRUTH GERM; television script for 
dramatic-musical presentation by 
Artie Romanis, pseud, of Arthur A. 
Roumanls. 18 1. Book only. 
© Arthur A. Roumanls; 23Jun67; 
DU69O65 . 

THE TRUTH ON BLACK AND WHITE, an 

original story written & adapted for 
television by Herbert G. Rosenberger. 
31 1. © Herbert G. Rosenberger; 
23Feb67; DU67877. 

TRY AND STOP ME; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 11 1. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
lJun67; C19568. 

TRY, TRY AGAIN, by Bruce Hart. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Bruce 
Hart; 27Feb67; DU6808I. 

THE TUFFET SITTER, written by 

Robinson Stockham, pseud, of Linda 
Juanlta Stockham. 90 1. A screen- 
play. © Linda J. Stockham; 19Apr57; 
DU68473. 



THE TUMLER AND THE THINKER, a comedy 
in three acts by Edward Sherby. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 23Feb67, 
DU68077. NM; additions & revisions. 
© Edward Sherby; 29Mar67; DU68799. 

DER TURN AUS BETON; Einakter von Oskar 
Zemme. [Vienna] Universal Edition. 
77 p. © Universal Editions, A.G.; 
200ct66; DFO-1495. 

TURM OVER AND KISS THE WORLD GOOD- 
NIGHT, by Leonard Poggiall. kg 1. 
A play in 2 acts. ® Leonard 
Poggiall; lMay67; DU68563. 

THE TURNCOATS, a short play by Paul 
Hunter. 31 1. © Paul Robinson 
Hunter, Jr.; 13Mar67; DU68091. 

THE TURTLE WALK, a play in two acts by 
Mildred Wlackley. 1 v. © Mildred 
Louise Wlackley; 6Feb67; DU6779'4 . 

TWELVE JOBS FOR COBB, by Lewis Gardner. 
129 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Lewis 
Gardner; 3Apr67; DU6835't . 

TWENTIETH CENTURY DRAMA: ENGLAND, 
IRELAND, THE UNITED STATES, edited 
by Ruby Cohn & Bernard F. Dukore. 
New York, Random House. 592 p. 
12 plays. NM: oompilatibn Ic foreword. 
© Random House, Inc.; 5Jul66; 
A8921l*U . 

THE TWENTY -FIFTH CENTURY COMIC, a new 
& original musical comedy by Lenny 
Payton, pseud, of Salvatore J. 
D'Angelo. 2 v. © Salvatore J. 
D'Angelo; 13Jun67; DU68943. 

TWILIGHT AUCTION, a play in three 
acts by John L. Ruth. 67 p. 
© John L. Ruth; 2Feb67; DU67777. 

TWINKY, a new comedy by Norman Thaddeus 
Vane. 1 v. 5 acts. ® Norman 
Thaddeus Vane; 27Dec66; DU67638. 

THE TWISTED SNAKE, by Donald Koke . 
95 1. A play in 3 acts. © Donald 
Koke; 8May67; DU68641. 

TWO CHAIRS FOR THREE PEOPLE, a comedy 
in three acts by Frances Spatz 
Leighton & Rose Root Martin. 95 !• 
© Frances Spatz Leighton & Rose Root 
Martin; 20Feb67; DU67867. 

TWO DOCTORS LOOK AT MARRIAGE: PHYSICAL 
AND EMOTIONAL CHANGES IN MIDDLE AGE, 
by Marie Pichel Warner & Benjamin W. 
Warner. 6 1. © Marie Pichel Warner 
& Benjamin W. Warner; May 67; C19418. 

THE TWO FACES OF JOB, by Este Star. 
44 1. A play in 4 acts. Book only. 
©Este Star; 9Jun67; DU68907. 

THE TWO-FOR-ONE! A new multi-bill 
musical written by Thomas Carr. 
For better or for worst; Bloody 
marrow. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Thomas Carr; 19Jun67; DU68985 . 

TWO FOR SIX DOLLARS, a play in three 
acts by Earle Hawley. 1 v. © Earle 
Hawley; 26jun67; DU69048. 

THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. See 
COMEDIES II. 

TWO MAN RIDE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Eddie 
Franklin. 30 1. © Eddie Franklin; 
23Peb67; DU67875. 

TWO ROMANTICS. See 
THE WILD HEART. 

TWO TO TIMBUCTU; scenario & dialogues 
by Carolyn Swetland. 87 1 . A screen- 
play in 9 sequences. English & 
French. © Carolyn Swetland; 22May67; 
DU68745. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST, by Richard 
Henry Dana, written in the second 
person by Bart Antinora. 45 1. 
A screenplay. © Bart Antinora; 
21Mar67; DU68209. 

THE TYRANT J PART I, by Tekla Bond. 
1 V. A play. ® Tekla Bond; 5Apr67; 

Dues^eg. 



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ULYSSES, by James Joyce; screenplay by 
Joseph Strlck & Fred Haines. 145 1. 
Appl. author: City Film Corp., em- 
ployer for hire of Joseph Strlck % 
Fred Haines. © City Film Corp.; 
30Jan67; DU67672. 

ULYSSES S. GRANT, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 6 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9298. 

UMBILI-COLA LIMITED, by Aviva Ravel, 
"pseud, of Eva Rubalsky. 20 1. 
A play. ® Eva Rubalsky; 23Feb67; 
DU68OO2 . 

UMBRELLAS, by Frank Martin (Francis B. 
Martin) 122 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Francis B. Martin; 29Dec66; DU6765O. 

UKCLE MARTIN'S HAIR-RAISING EPISODE, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Irene Smith Heyman . 
36 1. © Irene Smith Heyman; 27Apr67; 
DU68568. 

THE UNCOMMON DENOMINATOR; the computer 
age farce-comedy in two acts by 
William Shrewsbury. 117 1. ® William 
E. Shrewsbury; 15Jan67; DP6325. 

UNCONTROLLED DESIRE; or. Unknown 

desire. Original shooting script by 
Lou Lefort (Louis Lefort) 21 1. 
© Louis Lefort; 8Mar67; DU68051. 

UNCOVER MOONSHINE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Harris L. Brown. 5O 1. © Harris L. 
Brown; 17Mar67; DU68II6. 

UND ES KOMMT DER ABEND. See 

DIE VERSUCHUNG DES NICHTHEILIGEN 
ANTON. 

UNDER FRILLS & DINGLING BELLS, a short 
film by Richard Pepperman. 11 1. 
® Richard Pepperman; 19Apr67; 
DU68681. 

UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MR. CHARLES 
DICKENS, HIS PRODUCTION OF THE FROZEN 
DEEP; edited by Robert Louis Brannan. 
Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University 
Press. 175 p. 3 acts. NM: additions. 
© Cornell University; 15Dec66; 
A89508I. 

UNDER THE REDBUD TREE, a musical play 
by Helen W. Snow. 72 1. 3 acts. 
Book S: lyrics only. Appl. states 
lyrics to 3 songs prev. reg. 
® Helen Weston Snow; 8Mar67; DU68l34 . 

UNDERTAKER. See 

THE INNOCENT PARTY. 

THE UNDERWATER PINCH; story by Jacques 
Erazy, screenplay by Patrick Dennis, 
pseud, of Edward E. Tanner III. 
209 1. © Jacques W. Brazy; llMay67; 
DU68787 . 

UNDINE, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Hazel J. 
Wade. 30 1. © Hazel J. Wade; 
3Apr67; DU68270. 

DER UNFALL; Schauspiel in drei Akten 
von Thomas Pluoh. [Vienna] Universal 
Edition. 127 p. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 28Dec66; DFO-1532. 



UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 259 BOARD 
MEETING APRIL 3, I967, by Hugh D. 
Rlordan. 1 v. A filmstrip script. 
Appl. ti.: Report to Unified School 
District 259 board meeting April 3, 
1967. © Psyche, Inc.; 5Apr67; 
CI9449. 

UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIPS: TWENTIETH CEN- 
TURY ECCLESIOLA IN ECCLESIA, by 
Laile E. Bartlett. 21 1. Lecture. 
© Laile E. Bartlett; 5Jun67; CI9575. 

THE UNITED STATES VS. JULIUS AND ETHEL 
ROSENBERG, by Donald Freed. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Donald Freed; 
17Apr67; DU68492. 

UNKNOWN DESIRE. See 
UNCONTROLLED DESIRE. 

UNLIMITED, UNUSUAL. ENJOYABLE, PART TIME 
EMPLOYMENT, OPPORTUNITY IMMEDIATELY 
AVAILABLE FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN, 
by John F. Harrell. 2 1. © John F. 
Harrell; 3Jan67; CI91II. 

THE UNNATURAL STATE, by Muriel Resnlk. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Muriel 
Resnlk, Michael Resnik & Henry 
Resnik; 12Apr67; DU68672. 

UNREASONABLE FACSIMILE, a comedy in 
three acts by Duane W. Utech. 
116 1. © Duane W. Utech; 23Feb67; 
DU67902. 

UNSER MANN IN HAVANNA (Our man in 

Havana) Oper In drei Akten; libretto 
von Sidney Gilllat nach dem gleich- 
namlgen Roman von Graham Greene; 
Deutsoh von Eberhard Steindorf & 
Ehrhard Warneke; Musik von Malcolm 
Williamson. 75 1. Libretto. © Josef 
Weinberger, Ltd.; 25Feb67; DU67955- 

UP FROM THE SLIME. See 
UP YOUR ASS. 

UP THE GOLDEN STAIRCASE, a musical in 
two acts. Martha Smith, story k 
lyrics; Mildred Wilcher, music. 1 v. 
© Martha Smith & Mildred Wilcher; 
17Apr67; DU68604. 

UP YOUR ASS; or. From the cradle to the 
boat; or. The big suck; or. Up from 
the slime, and A young girl's primer 
on how to attain to the leisure class, 
non-fictional article ... Valerie 
Solanas. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. llJun65, DU63207. © Valerie 
Solanas; 10Feb67; DP6392. 

THE UPSIDE DOWN SQUARE CIRCLE, by 
W. T. Losee. 29 1. A play. 
© W. T. Losee; 27Apr67; DU68546. 



V 



THE VACUUM CLEANER, a play in one act 
by Juliene Berk. 29 1. © Juliene 
Berk; 3Jan67; DU67552. 

THE VALLEY OF GOLD, an original musical 
comedy; book, lyrics by David C. 
Keller; original music by J. William 
Dean. 1 v. ® David C. Keller & 
J. William Dean; 26jan67; DU67710. 

VALUE OF A SPIRITUAL OUTLOOK. See 
VARDET AV ETT ANDLIGT SATT SE. 

VANITY PAIR; screenplay by Louis 0. 
Coxe, from the novel by William 
Makepeace Thackeray. 145 1- Appl. 
author: Selzniok Co., Inc., employer 
for hire. © A. Morgan Maree, Jr. Jfc 
Bank Of America National Trust & 
Savings Assn., executors of the 
Estate of David 0. Selznlck; 
21Apr67; DU68496. 

VARDET AV ETT ANDLIGT SATT SE. (The 
value of a spiritual outlook) , ett 
foredrag over Kristen Vetenskap av 



Paul A. Erlckson. 23 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l4Sep65, C17996. 
NM: translation. ® Paul A. Erlck- 
son; 15May67; CI9582. 

VARIATION OF JINGLE BELLS, OR THE ONE 
HORSE OPEN SLEIGH; dramatic composi- 
tions by Everett V. Ballard 4 Martha 
F. Ballard. 1 v. Includes music £: 
lyrics to Jingle bells. © Everett 
V. Ballard & Martha F. Ballard; 
5Apr67; DU6832O. 

VEM AR DIN SKAFARE? (Who is your maker?) 
Ett foredrag over Kristen Vetenskap 
av Herbert E. Rieke. 34 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. July I965, 
CI7822. NM: Swedish translation. 
© Herbert E. Rieke; 6Mar67; C19267. 

VEMAR, THE EARTHMAN OF OUTER SPACE; 
15 minute television playlet by 
Morton Krouse. 8 1. © Morton 
Krouse; 23Jan67; DU67943. 

DIE VENEZIANISCHEN ZWILLINGE; Lust- 
spiele von Carlo Goldoni, in 
deutscher Ubersetzung von Lola 
Lorme unter Mitarbeit von Margarethe 
Schell-von Noe. [Austria] 128 p. 
© Bergland Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 20Feb67; 
AFO-51323. 

VENUS CHARMS GENIUS, a comedy in three 
acts by James Heartwell, pseud, of 
Louis Sunshine. 1 v. ® Louis 
Sunshine; 6jun67; DU68896. 

VERA'S SEX ZOMBIES; original shooting 
script by Lou Lefort (Louis Lefort) 
41 1. © Louis Lefort; 9Jun67; 
DU68905 . 

DER VERBANKUNG AUS DEM ZAUBERKEICH; 
Oder Dreissig Jahre aus dem Leben 
eines Lumpen. Zauberspiel in zwei 
Akten von Johann Nestroy mit einer 
Einleitung von Gustav Pichler S: 
4 Bildbeigaben.. Wien, Bergland Ver- 
lag. 88 p. (Osterreich-Reihe, 
Band 339) © Bergland Verlag, 
GJIB.H.; 14Nov66; AFO-50977. 

DIE VERFOLGUNG UND ERMORDUNG JEAN PAUL 
MARATS DARGESTELLT DURCH DIE SCHAU- 
SPIELGRUPPE DES HOSPIZES ZU CHAKENTON 
UNTER ANLEITUNG DES HERRN DE SADE; 
drama in zwei Akten von Peter Weiss. 
[Frankfurt am Main] Suhrkamp Verlag. 
138 p. (Edition Suhrkamp, 68) 
© Suhrkamp Verlag; 23Apr64; DFI883. 

DIE VERSUCHUNG DES NICHTHEILIGEN ANTON; 
Oder, Und es kommt der Abend. 
Moralif4t von einem Tag von Eaghor G. 
Kostetzky. [Vienna] Universal 
Edition. I38 p. ® Universal Edition, 
A.G.; l4Mar67; DFO-1528. 

A VERY PERSONAL AFFAIR, a play for 
television by Beatrice Weddington. 
60 1. With lyrics to 1 song. 
© Beatrice Weddington; 21Deo66; 
DU6763O. 

A VERY TRICKY BIT, a one act play by 
William Kushner. 21 1. © William 
Kushner; 22Mar67; DU6816I. 

VESTIBULE, an original screenplay by 
Lee J. McBeath. 49 1. 2 acts. 
Based upon a bad dream inspired by 
. . . sausage pizza. © Lee J. McBeath; 
lMay67; DU68559- 

VIETNAM. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: VIET- 
NAM. 

VIGILE DE MINUir. See 
MIDNIGHT VIGIL. 

THE VIOLINS OF SAINT- JACQUES; opera 
in three acts by Malcolm Williamson, 
libretto by William Chappell after the 
novel by Patrick Leigh Fermor. [Lon- 
don] J. Weinberger. 4o p. Libretto. 
©Josef Weinberger, Ltd.; 29Nov56; 
DFI879. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE VIRGIN, a play in one act by 
Fred Allender. 1 v. © Fred 
Allender; 8Mar67; DU68049. 

VIRTUE WINS OUT, by R. A. Anderson 
& R. L. Sweeney. 66 1. A play 
in 3 acts. ® R. A. Anderson Se 
R. L. Sweeney; 8Mar67; DU680'*8. 

VISIBLE WASTE. See 

SCARLETT AMD PIERRE, THE PEOPLE 
WATCHERS . 

THE VISIONS OP SIMONE MACHARD, by 
Bertolt Breoht & Lion Feuchtwanger, 
translated & with a preface by Carl 
Richard Mueller. New York, Grove 
Press. 128 p. (An Evergreen black 
cat book, BC-88) NM: translation & 
preface. © Carl Richard Mueller; 
19Jul65; DP6326. 

VISIT OF ANGELS, a new play by Robert 
Koesls. 1 V. 2 acts. © Robert 
Koesls; 22Mar67; DU68l64 . 

VISIT TO A FRENCH BEAUTY-SALON; script 
two by Norbert Caillaud. 5 1. 
© Norbert Caillaud; l8May67; 
C 195 95 . 

A VISIT TO THE DENTIST, by Clay 
Boland, Jr. 26 p. A musical 
play. © Clay Boland, Jr.; 
27Apr67; DU685'(9. 

A VISIT TO THE DOCTOR, by Clay 
Boland, Jr. 24 p. A musical 
play. © Clay Boland, Jr.; 
27Apr67; DU6855O. 

THE VISITATION (Die Heimsuchiing) 
Opera in three acts by Gunther 
Schuller; libretto, after a motive 
by Franz Kafka, by the composer. 
New York, Associated Music Publishers. 
25 p. Text in English & German. 
Libretto only. © Associated Music 
Publishers, Inc.; 20Mar67; DP655O. 

THE VISITATION (Die Heimsuchung) Opera 
in three acts by Gunther Schuller; 
libretto, after a motive by Franz 
Kafka, by the composer. New York, 
Associated Music Publishers; 252 p. 
Vocal score. ® Associated Music 
Publishers, Inc.; 19Jun67; DP6407. 

VISITATIONS, par Jean Glraudoux. 
[Paris] B. Grasset. 122 p. 
©Bernard Grasset: 30MayS2; 
DFI877. 

THE VISITOR, by Crane Johnson. New 
York, Theatre Press. 1 v. © Crane 
Johnson; 10ct55; DP6295. 

VLADIMIR KOMMT, ein Sttick in vier 
Szenen fUr eine Darstellerin von 
Dieter Rohkohl. Berlin, Ahn & 
Simrock. 74 p. © Ahn & Simrock 
BUhnen & Musikverlag; lFeb67; DFO-I519. 

A VOICE LESSON WITH VICTOR DRIIEA, 
SPEAKING, SINGING, by Victor Drilea. 
6 1. Recording script. Appl. 
states prev. reg. llApr55, C8565 & 
27Mar59, C12052. NM: editorial re- 
vision. © Victor Drilea; 7Feb67; 
C19242. 

A VOICE LIKE THE HUMAN VOICE (Tete 

d'or) Authorized translation from the 
French of Paul Claudel by Richard A. 
Hauser. I54 1. A play in 2 parts. 
© Richard A. Hauser; 23Jan67; 
DU67697. 



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W. E. B. DU BOIS CLUES. See 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THE 
W. E. B. DU BOIS CLUBS. 



THE W-9 SERIES B LOADER, TOPS IN 
VALUE; recording script for J. I. 
Case Co. by Jam Handy Organization. 
14 1. © J. I. Case Co. ; ljun67; 
CI9533. 

THE WAGER, a play in ten scenes by 
Mark Medoff . 63 1. © Mark Medoff; 
l6Mar67; DU68361. 

WAHCAZIZI; opera in three acts; music 
& libretto by Nicholas Barri. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 21May63, 
DU57784. NM: revisions. ©Nicholas 
Barri; 15May67; DU68682. 

WAIT TILL BEER COMES BACK, a musical 
play; music, lyrics & book by Cy 
Levitan (Seymour Levittan) 97 1. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Seymour Levittan; 13Feb67; 
DU67762 . 

WAIT UNTIL DARK, by Frederick Knott. 
Dramatists Play Service. 8g p. 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
24Dec64, DU6I963. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Frederick Knott a 
Ann M. Knott, as trustee; 7Jun67; 
DP6396 . 

THE WAITING ROOM, by William Young, 
pseud, of Jerry Williams. A play in 
1 act. (In Vertical, spring 1966, 
p. 8-11) Appl. authors: William Young, 
pseud, of Jerry Williams & Mary 
Ellen Young. © WllHara Young; 
15May66; DP6324. 

WALBAR $50,000 SECRET SCHOOL OF SALES- 
MANSHIP, by B. J. Walton. 1 v. 
© B. J. Walton; 8Mar67; C19249. 

WALDBERG, a comedy in two acts by 
J. J. Gillivan. 86 1. © J. J. 
Gillivan; 19Jun67; DU69004 . 

THE WALKIE-TALKIE, a play for two 
characters in one scene by Carol 
Becker. 12 1. © Carol Becker; 
51May67; DU68808. 

WALL, by Brian Davidson. 1 v. A play. 
© Brian Elliott Davidson; 19Jun67; 
DU68984 . 

A WALL OP GLASS, a screenplay by John 
Lee Welton. 252 1. © John Lee 
Welton; 21Apr67; DU6e508. 

WALL STREET WOMAN (The first woman 

member of the New York Stock Exchange) 
A dramatico-musical play or fantasy 
In one act by Elaine Siebert. 21 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Elaine Siebert; 
20Jun67; DU68967. 

WALLPAPER, by Mary Brendle. 55 1. 
A play. © Mary Brendle; 15Jun67; 
DU68959 . 

WALTON, MARY VOGEL. gee 
HUCK FINN. 

WALTZ OF THE PUPPETS, a dramatic 
musical skit; book & lyrics by 
Pleter L. Verbeck, music by Robert 
M. Stevenson, Jr. 1 v. © Pieter 
L. Verbeck & Robert M. Stevenson, 
Jr.; l6May67; DU68821. 

THE WARM WORLD OF WUMPAS, first of a 
television series by Vicky J. K. 
King. 4 1. © Vicky J. K. King; 
17 Apr 67; DU68454. 

WARREN HARDING, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 8 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9289. 

WASN'T SALLY SILLY! A drama by Rhoda 
Dimm, pseud, of Ruth Udelsman 
Fischl. 51 1. 3 acts. © Ruth 
Udelsman Fischl; 12May67; DU68671. 



THE WASPS, by Richard F. Stockton. 
42 1. A play. © Richard F. 
Stockton; 2Feb67; DU67774 . 

WATCH IT, TIGER TERRITORY; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. I5 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; Ijun67; C19545 . 

WATCHMAN, WHAT OF THE NIGHT? A play 
in three acts by Barbara 0' Toole. 
76 1. © Barbara T. 0' Toole; 
6Mar67; DU6803I. 

WAX MUSEUM. See 

THE INNOCENT PARTY. 

A WAY OF LIFE, by Murray Schisgal. 
75 1. A play in 2 acts. © Murray 
Schisgal; 25Mar67; DU68618. 

WAY OF THE LIGHT, a Christmas play for 
TV and stage by Victoria Elmaslan 
Gostanian. 27 1. 5 scenes. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 24Mar66, DU65454. 
NM: revisions. © Victoria Elmasian 
Gostanian; 12Jun67; DU69007. 

THE WAY TO HAPPINESS THROUGH FAITH, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Irene Haydou. 
32 1. © Irene Haydou; 31Mar67; 
DU68250. 

WAZOO II, by R. L. Wysocki. 6 1. 

A screenplay. © Richard L. Wysocki; 
5Apr67; DU6828I. 

WE, by Frances Ellis, pseud, of Frances 
Tysen Nutt. 65 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Frances Tysen Nutt; 14Apr67; 
DU68493. 

WE BOMBED IN NEW HAVEN, by Joseph 
Heller. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Joseph Heller; 28jun67; DU69058. 

WE DECIDED TO MAKE YOU FORGETFUL, 
an expressionistic drama by Eliza- 
beth Coates James. 1 v. 8 scenes. 
© Elizabeth Coates James; 12Jan57; 
DU68408. 

WE DREAM AGAIN, a three act comedy by 
Giuseppe Dl Giola . 1 v. Appl. stateE 
prev. reg. 27May65, DU63164 . NM: 
editorial revision. © Giuseppe Dl 
Gloia; 21Apr67; DU685O5 . 

WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE, 
a melodrama in three acts by Hugh 
Wheeler. Dramatists Play Service. 
77 p. Adapted from the novel by 
Shirley Jackson. © Hugh Wheeler; 
10Hay67; DP6413. 

WE KNOW ABOUT YOU, JESUS, a narrative 
dramatization with color-art slides 
by Arthur Zapel, Jr. 10 p. Appl. 
author: Arthur Meriwether, Inc., 
employer for hire . © Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc.; lFeb67; DP6359. 

WE OWE IT ALL TO EDGAR J. , by Kent Alan 
Newbury & Edward Cox. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Kent Alan Newbury 
& Edward Cox; l6Peb67; DU67956. 

WEAR IT IN GOOD HEALTH, a play in two 
scenes by Sam Mednick. 52 1. 
© Sam Mednick; 51May67; DU688IO. 

THE WEDDING, a family comedy by 
E. V. Kaye, pseud, of Evalyn Kal- 
mowitz. 1 V. 2 acts. © Mrs. Her- 
bert Kalmowitz; 10Jan67; DU67746. 

THE WEDDING, a political satire; 
screenplay by Robert Ardell Hyde, 
based on story by Jack Jacobson & 
Robert Ripley. 114 1. © Robert 
Ardell Hyde, Jack Jacobson & Robert 
Ripley; 20Jan67; DU676b6. 



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WEEGEE WHEEL, by Radnona Asnyk, pseud, 
of Anna Ordynskl. J 1. (Guess 
what, series III) © Anna Ordynskl; 
31May67; 019525- 

WEEKEND THAT WAS. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

WEEP, ALL YE LITTLE RAINS, a new one 
act play by Richara L. Federer. 
33 1. © Richard L. Federer; 
5Jun67; DU68836. 

WELCOME HOME, a play by Glen Rhea 

(Glendon Howard Rhea) 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Glendon Howard Rhea; l4Feb67; 
DU67823. 

WELCOME HOME, a screen play by Will 
Adjlll, pseud, of William E. Paer. 
115 1. © William E. Paer; S7Dec66; 
DU67621. 

WELCOME TO MY WORLD, FRIENDS, tape by 
Jim Reeves. 6 1. © Mary Reeves, Inc.; 
24Mar67; C19330. 

THE WELL, a play In 3 acts by Gladys 
B. Wilson. 2k 1. © Gladys B. 
Wilson; 21Apr67; DU685O3. 

WELL, THAT'S SHOW BIZ; or. How I became 
a fantastically successful theatrical 
producer on chicken feed. A farce in 
three acts by Wesley St. John. 1 v. 
© Wesley St. John; l6Jun67; ■DU68979. 

WESTWAED BLOWS THE WHEAT. See 
OUT OF THE WEST THE WIND. 

WHAT A PLACE! A musical comedy, book 
Sc lyrics by Bernard Hlrsch (Irwin 
B. Hlrsch) & Howard Shaw. 53 1. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Ber- 
nard Hlrsch & Howard Shaw; lMay67; 
DU68673- 

WHAT? ANOTHER SPY STORY? A new musical; 
book by Alan Friedman & Bob Lowy 
(Robert Lowy); music by Alan Friedman 
& Henry Nerenberg; lyrics by Alan 
Friedman. 1 v. © Alan Friedman, 
Henry Nerenberg & Robert Lowy; 
22Mar67; DU68166. 

WHAT CAN YOU DEPEND ON? A lecture on 
Christian Science by Glenn L. 
Morning. 4 p. © Glenn L. Morning; 
22Mar67; C19321. 

WHAT DID WE DO WRONG? A new comedy 
by Henry Denker. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Henry Denker; 31Mar67; DU683O8. 

WHAT DO YOU TRUST? See 
HVAD STOLER DE PA? 

THE WHAT D'YE CALL IT, an opera by 
Phyllis Tate, based on a tragl-corai- 
pastoral farce by John Gay; adapted 
by V. C. Clinton-Baddeley. London, 
Oxford University Press. 25 p. 
Libretto. NM: additions. © V. C. 
Clinton-Baddeley; l6Jun66; DFO-1497. 

WHAT ELSE ARE FRIENDS FOR! A comedy 
in three acts by Glen B. Eakin. 
3d draft. 1 v. © Glen Byron Eakin; 
30Dec56; DU67649. 

WHAT EVERY YOUNG BRIDE SHOULD KNOW; 
screenplay by DeWitt Bodeen & 
Marian Cockrell. litl 1. Appl. 
author: Vanguard Films, Inc., 
employer for hire. ©A. Morgan 
Maree, Jr. & Bank of America Nation- 
al Trust & Savings Assn., executors 
of the Estate of David 0. Selznick; 
5Jun67; DU68901. 

WHAT GOES UP THE CHIMNEY, a one act 
play by Evelyn R. Peterson. 19 1- 
© Evelyn R. Peterson; 26jan67; 
DU67709 . 

WHAT IS THE PLAY? By Richard A. 
Cassell S: Henry Kuepler. Scott, 
Foresman. 751 P- NM: additions. 
© Scott, Foresman & Co.; 26May67; 
A920171; . 



WHAT IS TO BE WILL BE, a play in three 
acts by Irving L. Singer. 88 1. 
© Irving L. Singer; 13Jan67; DU676O9. 

WHAT MAKES PESAH DIFFERENT? A miniature 
musical by Frances 8c Charles Davidson. 
New York, Jewish Education Committee 
Press. 27 p. © Jewish Education 
Committee of New York, Inc.; 15Feb65; 
DP6353. 

WHAT SHALL I DO IfflEN THE END COMES? 
War in microcosm by M. Christian 
Loken. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
® M. Christian Loken; 23Feb67; 
DU67874 . 

WHAT SHALL I TELL MY CHILDREN WHO 
ARE BLACK? By Margaret Burroughs. 
Sheet. ® Margaret Burroughs; 
3Mar67; C19245. 

WHAT SHALL IT PROFIT A MAN? A three 
act play by Nancy Lee Huber. 67 1. 
© Nancy Lee Huber; 12Apr57; DU68595. 

WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED TO SPRING? A 
new musical comedy by Jack Groverland, 
pseud, of William Arnebcld; music, 
John Aman; lyrics, Terry Alan Smith. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Jack Groverland; 6Mar67; DU67987 . 

WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS IS LOVE, by 
Jan Berger. 2g 1. A screenplay 
in 2 acts. © Jan Berger; 9Jan67; 
DU6775'f- . 

WHAT WAS IT? An excursion into the 
supernatural; a screenplay by 
Patrick 0. & Violena F. Moore. 
89 1. ® Patrick Oliver Moore & 
Violena Florence Moore; 13Apr67; 
DU68422. 

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO LOVE, WHEREVER 
DID IT GO? Written by Louise Morgan, 
pseud, of Louise Stiernberg. I8 1. 
A script. © Louise Morgan; I4jun67; 
CI9615 . 

WHAT'S A PATRIOT? By Frances Brandt, 
pseud, of Myrtle Barrett. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Prances Brandt; 
10Feb67; DU67996. 

WHAT'S IN A NAME? Recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. I8 1. © Olds- 
mobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; Ijun67; C19571. 

WHAT'S IN AN OLDS? Recording script 
for Oldsmobile Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 10 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; lJun67; C195't2- 

WHAT'S IN YOUR HAND; words by Adam 
Clayton Powell. 2 1. © Bright 
Tunes Music Corp.; l4Feb67; CI9196. 

WHAT'S IT WORTH. See 
SOMEBODY KNOCKS. 

WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND? This program 

produced, written, edited & delivered 
orally by evangelist Bernard Wocher. 
1 V. © Bernard Wocher d.b.a. Image 
Maker Shows of California; 23Jan67; 
C19225 . 

WHAT'S THE MEANING OF THIS? By Richard 
Wilson. 78 1. A play with music. 
Book & lyrics only. © Richard Wilson; 
7Jun67; DU69009. 

WHAT'S UP YOUR SLEEVE? By Radnor.a 
Asnyk, pseud, of Anna Ordynski. 
6 1. (Guess what, series VI) 
© Anna Ordynskl; 31May67; 019520. 

WHEN A CANDLE IS LIGHTED, by Samuel J. 
Citron. New York, Jewish Education 
Committee of New York. 20 p. 
© Jewish Education Committee of New 
York; 8May67; DP6402. 



WHEN I GROW UP, a short subject motion 
picture written by Michael de Guzman. 
20 1. © Michael de Guzman; 7Mar67; 
CI9236. 

WHEN IN ROME, a play in three acts 
by J. Wesley Zeigler. 1 v. From 
Henry James' novella Daisy Miller. 
© J. Wesley Zeigler: l'JJun67; 
DU68964 . 

WHEN MY POINKEY COMES MARCHING HOME, 
VOL.1, THE DRAMA, a dramatico- 
musical composition by D. P. Nave 
& Arthur Nave. 1 v. A narrative 
in four cantos. © D. P. Nave & 
Arthur R. Nave; 12May67; CI9592. 

WHEN THE CAT'S AWAY, by Phoebe Mooney 
& Brenda Carol Gilbert. 84 1. 
A screenplay. © Phoebe Mooney & 
Brenda Carol Gilbert; 2May67; 
DU68564 . 

WHERE ARE YOU GOING? See^ 
QUEL CHEMIN PRENEZ-VOUS? 

WHERE DID THEY PARK THE HONEY-WAGON? 
By Richard Lewis Schafer & Terry Alan 
Sandholzer. 75 1. A musical play in 

2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 

© Richard Lewis Schafer & Terry Alan 
Sandholzer; 6Mar67; DU67989. 

WHEPJ; HAS MY LITTLE GOD GONE? A musical 
revue in three acts, book & lyrics by 
William Lipp; music by Patty Davidson 
(Patricia Davidson), Garrett Grant, 
VJilliam Lipp; arranged by Garrett 
Grant. Indianapolis, Broadway Meth- 
odist Church. 1 V. © William 0. 
Lipp; lApr67; DP6399. 

WHERE THE GREEN BANANAS GROW, by Allen 
Davis III. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Allen Davis III; llJan67; DU67597. 

WHERE TWO STICKS MEET, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Hiram Vaughan. 30 1. ® Hirajn 
Vaughan; I4jun67; DU68958. 

WHERE'S CHARLIE, a play for children 
in three acts by Margaret S. Beadle. 
13 1. © Margaret Shapcott Beadle; 
4Jan67; DU67564. 

WHERE'S DADDY? By William Inge. New 
York, Random House. 114 p. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg, 3Aug66, 
DP6114. NM: editorial revision. 
© William Inge; 10Nov56; DP6373. 

WHETHER TO INCORPORATE AND HOW TO IN- 
CORPORATE; lecture to be used in con- 
juction with a slide film by American 
Bar Assn. 22 1. (Corporate law 
series) © American Bar Assn.; 
29Mar67; C19347. 

WHICH BARBARIAN? A comm.entary on their 
times & ours by Helen Trenwlth. 
(Mrs. G. D. Wiebe) 63 1. A play in 

3 acts. © Mrs. G. D. Wiebe; 20Mar67; 
DU6813O. 

WHICH DEATH TO DIE? A new play by 
Robert C. Stewart. 48 1. 6 scenes. 
©Robert C. Stewart, Jr.; 21Dec66; 
DU67528. 

WHICH WAY TO THE BAREICADES? A play 
by Merritt Abrash. 37 1- © Merritt 
Abrash; 23Mar67; DU68173. 

THE WHIRLWIND, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
Opal L. Nicholson. 32 1. ® Opal 
L. Nicholson; 23Peb67; DU67876. 

THE WHISTLING WITCH, by Mary Helen 
Pickel. 49 1. A play in 6 scenes. 
© Mary Helen Fickel; 26Apr67; 
DU68541. 

WHITE COLLAR THIEF, a television play 
by Dovie A. Owens. 62 1. 4 acts. 
© Dovle A. Owens; 3Feb67; DU6778I. 



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WHITE IBISj a dramatic play in three 
acts written by V. Dennise Norwood. 
80 1. © V. Dennise Norwood; 24Apr67; 
DU68553- 

WHITE MAN, BLACK MAN, YELLOW MAN, 
CHIEF, a play in two acts by 
Edward Hagopian. 127 1. © Ed- 
ward Hagopian; 2Feb67; DU67776. 

A WHITMAN PORTRAIT, by Paul Shyre . 
Dramatists Play Service. 3^ p. 
2 acts. With music by Robert H. 
Rlnes. NM: adaptation. © Paul 
Shyre; 10May67; DP6tl2. 

WHO AM I? A chancel drama by Arthur L. 
Zapel, Jr. 11 d. Appl. author: 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 
lFeb67; DP6338. 

WHO CAN PLAY? See 

PLAYS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. 

WHO IS YOTO MAKER? See 
VEK AR DIN SMPARE? 

WHO KNOWS? 1 V. A television script. 
© Klau-Van Pietersom-Dunlapj Inc.; 
8May67; C19't92. 

WHO KNOWS WHAT? One act by Ingrld 
Keener, j!) 1. A play. © Ingrid 
Ellen Keener; 17Peb67; DU67857. 

WHO NEEDS GOD? By Kleg Seth, pseud, 
of Ole J. Klegseth. 8 1. A play. 
© Ole J. Klegseth; 25Jan67; DU6767O. 

WHO SHALL SEPARATE US? See 
QUI POURRAIT NOUS SEPARAR? 
MIE ZAL ONS SCHEIDEN? 

WHODUNIT? A mystery-melodrama in 
three acts by Richard Ellington & 
Ariel Allen. I3I 1. © Richard 
Ellington & Ariel Allen; 10Mar67; 
DU68I55. 

WHORESCENTS; or. Fairy tails can turn 
blue. A light comedy by Saul Rosen- 
thal. 1 V. 3 acts. © Saul Rosen- 
thal; 15Mar67; DU68103. 

WHO'S CHEATING? A comedy in three 
acts by Robert F. Mirvish. 1 v. 
© Robert F. Mirvish; 2Mar67;- 
DU680l4 . 

WHY DIDN'T THEY SAY Y.E.S.? Recording 
script for Oldsraobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 10 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; Ijun67; CI9569. 

WHY ME? A musical play, book by 

Ray Pesta (Raymond J. Pesta) lyrics 
& music by Jack Zilliox (John J. 
Zilliox) 86 1. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Ray Pesta 8c Jack 
Zilliox; 20Jan67; DU67849. 

WICKED COOKS. See 
FOUR PLAYS. 

WIE ZAL ONS SCHEEDEJ' (l«io shall 
separate us?) Eiii lezlng over de 
Christelijke Wetenschap door Elbert 
R. Slaughter. 25 : . Appl. states 
prev. reg. llSepe^t, CI7063. NM: 
butch translation. © Elbert R^ 
Slaughter; lFeb67; C19177. 

DIE WIEDERTAUFER, von Friedrich 
DUrreranatt. 75 1. 20 scenes. 
© Reiss, A.G.; 7Jun67; DU68899. 

WIGGLE-A-GIGGLE, by Radnona Asnyk, 
pseud, of Anna Ordynski. 3 1. 
(Guess what, series II) © Anna 
Ordynski; 31May67; C1952't . 

THE WILD COAST, a one act comedy in 
three scenes by Ruth A. Jackson. 
30 1. © Ruth A. Jackson; 28Apr67; 
DU6855t . > f I , 



THE WILD HEART, by Ellen Garwood. 
1 V. A play In two acts. Based 
In part on Two romantics by Vernon 
Logglns. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Elisabet, 9Jun65, DU63236. NM: 
revision. © Ellen Garwood; lMay67; 
DU68589. 

WILD MAN, an original story written & 
adapted for television by James H. 
Turner. 3I 1. © James H. Turner; 
15Jun67; DU6897't . 

THE WILD REBELS, an original screenplay 
by William Grefe. 70 1. © William 
Grefe; 12Jan67; DU67604 . 

THE WILD VffiST. 2 1. (The Pun fac- 
tory, ncli*) A narration script. 
© Ultimus Films, Ltd.; 19Jan67; 
CI9167. 

THE WILDCAT RUN, by Paul Clifford 
Westmoreland, Jr. Sheet. © Paul 
Clifford Westmoreland, Jr.; 9May67 ; 
CI9503. 

WILL SPRING COME THIS YEAR? By Mari- 
anne Sacul, pseud, of Manly W. Lucas; 
music & lyrics by Manly W. Lucas. 

1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Manly W. 
Lucas; 27Mar67; DU68186. 

WILL THE REAL EDDIE SHELTON PLEASE 
STAND UP. See 
THE KID FROM TERRE HAUTE. 

WILLIAM H. HARRISON, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 5 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9309. 

WILLIAM H. TAFT, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 7 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9291. 

WILLIAM MCKINLEY, by Kaysons Interna- 
tional. 5 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9293. 

A WILTED AFTERNOON IN HEAVEN, by 

Kenneth F. Collier. 1 v. A play In 

2 acts. © Kenneth F. Collier; 
17 Apr 67; DU68437. 

WINDOW DRESSING, by Joanna Russ. 
13 1. A play. © Joanna Russ; 
28Mar67; DU68218. 

WINTER INCIDENT, by Tom Shaw (Thomas 
Henry Shaw) 50 1. A play. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 13t1ay54, DU36938. 
NM: revisions. © Thomas Henry 
Shaw; 21Feb67; DU68070. 

WISP IN THE WIND, a drama in one act 
by Jack Cunningham. New York, 
S. French. 24 p. © Jack Cunningham; 
30Dec65; DP6299. 

THE WITCH, by Joseph Patrick, pseud, 
of Joseph Patrick lamb. 71 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Joseph Patrick 
Lamb; l6May67; DU68704 . 

WITH BLUE MEN, by D. P. Nave. 67 1. 
A play. © Delbert P. Nave; 
29Jun67; DU69073. 

WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL, 
Theater of Fact presentation of 
dissent in American history written 
... by Dick (Richard G. ) & Mitzi . 
Barnes. 21 p. A narration script. 
© Richard G. Barnes; 20Apr67; 
CI9423. 

WITH LOVE PROM UNCLE ZANY, a musical 
comedy in three acts; book, lyrics, 
music by Doug Spears. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 5Dec63, DU590t4 . 
NM: revision. © Doug Spears; 
12Jun67; DU68918. 



WITH THE TIDE, a play In two acts by 
Paul King Cyrus, pseud, of Victor 
M. Curti. 1 V. © Parkway Supply 
Co.; 19Dec66; DU67536. 

WITHIN THIS CAGE, a human comedy of 
compassion by Josephine Kale. 
42 1. 3 acts. © Josephine Kale; 
3Mar67; DU67982. 

THE WITTY AND THE DUMB, by Tobi Louis. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts with music. 
Book 8: lyrics only. © Tobl Louis; 
50Jan67; DU67985 • 
A WOMAN'S GLORY: MISS STENOGRflPHY, 

MRS. AMERICA, MME. CHARITY, by 

Lillian D. S. Perron. 20 1. 

A screenplay. © Lillian D. S. 

(DerSarkiasian) Perron; 25Jan67; 

DU67702. 

.WOMEN STRIKE FOR PEACE; recorded & 
edited by Myles Jackson. I8 1. 
© (Allen) Myles Jackson; 31Mar67; 
CI9349. 

WONDER OF THE WEST, by Bacil B. Warren. 
Episodes 1, 216-217, 238, 260. 
1 V. 5 radio scripts. © Bacil B. 
Warren; 6Dec66; CI9107. 

WOODROW WILSON, by Kaysons Internation- 
al. 7 1. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; CI9290. 

WORDS OF LIFE, by Ruth E. Tracy. 1 v. 
Radio scripts. © Ruth E. Tracy; 
13Mar67; C19231. 

A '/TORLD I NE'/ER MADE, a play in two acts 
by Richard 0. Martin. 122 1. 
© Richard 0. Martin; 10May67; 
DP6386. 

WOR'LD'S BIGGEST WHOPPER, by Junior 
Samples, Jim Morrison & Cliff Wil- 
liamson. 2 sheets. © Peach Music, 
Inc.; 5Jun67; C19577. 

THE WORLD'S DELIGHT, by Robert Graves S: 
Will Price. 92 1. A screenplay. 
©Robert Graves; 20Feb67; DU68I55 . 

THE WORLDS OF MARK TWAIN, an original 
music-drama; writing % editing 
committee, Bernard Boressoff, faculty 
sponsor. 79 1. 2 acts. Book only. 
NM: revisions. ® Bernard Boressoff; 
15May67; DU68982. 

THE WORLD'S PREMIER ALL POWER WATER 
THRILL SHOW, announcer's script 
written by Charles R. DeForest. 
7 1. © Charles R. DeForest; 24Mar67; 
CI9329. 

WORM TURNS. See 

curses; FOILED AGAIN. 

THE WRONG PATH, a play by Emanuel 
Peluso. 12 1. © Emanuel Peluso; 
24Feb67; DU67907. 

DAS WUNDERTHEATER; The miracle theatre. 
Von Hans Werner Henze; Oper in einem 
Akt nach einem Intermezzo von Miguel 
Cervantes; Deutsche Ubersetzung von 
Adolf Friedrich Graf von Schack; 
English translation by Wesley Balk; 
vocal score by Hans G'Ahre. Mainz, 
B. Schott's Sdhne. 80 p. (Edition 
Schott 5672) Klavierauszug. Appl. 
author: B. Schott's S'6hne, employer 
for hire of Hans G'cbhre. NM: English 
translation, music, vocal score & 
German translation. © B. Schott's 
S'6hne; 20Dec65; DP6270. 



YANKEE GO HOME, a musical comedy; book 
& lyrics by Ann Leventhal, music by 
Elizabeth Cox. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Ann Zinman Leventhal & Elizabeth 
Anne Cox; 23Jun67; DU69030. 



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A YANKEE IN ISRAEL, by Henry Lynn. 771. 
A screenplay. © Henry Lynn; 7Mar67; 
DU6801J4 . 

THE YELLOW MADONNA, a play In 3 acts by 

William John Patterson. 58 1. 

® William John Patterson; 51Jan67; 

DU67727 . 
YES, by Charles Smith. Sheet. 

© Lion Pub. Co., Inc.; 19Jun67; 

cigets. 

YIOCHI D'AMORE E DI STORIA . See 
TRILOGIA DI VOMINI E ANIMALI . 

YONDER, a musical comedy with book by 
Joanne Burton, music by Joseph 
Egnatzik a.k.a. Sandy Nelson. 
lyrics by Ted German (Edward L. Ger- 
man) 1 V. 2 acts. © Joseph 
Egnatzik, Edward L. German & Joanne 
Burton; 2Feb67; DU67682. 

YOU AND WHOSE ABMfl A play by Mike 
Freeman (Michael Freeman) 1 v. 
3 acts. © Mike Freeman; 28Apr67; 
DU68555 . 

YOU ARE NEEDED, a lecture on Christian 
Science by Howard H. Irwin. 4 p. 
© Howard H. Irwin; 31Jan67; 019220. 

YOU DON'T MIND IF I DIG YOUH MOTHER, 
DO YOU? A 3-act comedy by Mary 
Ellen Bryngelson. 1 v. © Mary 
Ellen Bryngelson; 15Feb67; DU6782I. 

YOU GOTTA PLAY IT SO LOUD? Recitation 
with musical background by Vern 
Davis. Sheet. © Wyoming Music 
Enterprises; 6Feb67; C19574. 

YOU TALK OF DREAMS, by Robert Olen But- 
ler. £7 1. A play. © Robert 
Olen Butler; 9Jan67 ; DU67577. 

YOUNG HEARTS, a musical play; music, 
book & lyrics by Emerick Janoska. 



1 V. 3 acts. 1 
8May67; DU68643. 



Emerick Janoska; 



YiDTOiC mArrieds At plAy. see 

FOUR SHORT PLAYS. 

YOUNG MILORD. See 
DER JUNGE LORD. 

THE YOUNG MILORD; comic opera in two 
acts by Ingeborg Bachmann; music by 
Hans Werner Henze; English version 
by Eugene Walter. Mainz, B. Schott's 
Sohne. 47 p. From a fable in The 
Sheik of Alexandria and his slaves, 
by Wilhelm Hauff . Libretto. 
© B. Schott's Sohne; 7Mar67; DP6354 . 

YOUR AMERICAN PATRIOT SPEAKS, series 
1 by August Daniel Gabriel & Travis 
Jones. .4 1. 4 radio scripts. 
© August Daniel Gabriel & Travis 
Jones; 8May67; C19445. 

YOU'RE THE DOCTOR; Recording script 
for Pontiao Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 12 1. ® Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
lJun67; CI955I. 

YOURS SINCERELY, JIM REEVES (jlm 
Reeves narrates the story of his 
life) 4 1. A recording script. 
©Mary Reeves, Inc.; 20Peb67; 
C19212. 

YOUTH HOSTEL, an original musical play 
by Arne Rosengren. I30 1. 2 acts. 
Book only. © Orvar Arne Rosengren; 
lJun67; DU68895. 

YOUTH FOR TOMORROW. See 
LOST POTENTIAL. 

YUCATAN, an original musical comedy 
in two acts; book by Peggy Cochrane 
(Margaret Cochrane Bowman) & Zackie 
Walters; lyrics by Peggy Cochrane; 



music by Zackie Walters. 1 v. 

© Peggy Cochrane & Zackie Walters; 

30Mar67; DU68370. 



ZACHARY TAYLOR, by Kaysons Internation- 
al. 71. (The Presidents speak) 
Recording script. © Kaysons Interna- 
tional, Ltd.; 21Mar67; 019512. 

ZEIT DER SCHULDIGEN. See 

ZEIT DER SCHULDLOSEN & ZEIT DER 
SCHULDIGEN. 

ZEIT DER SCHULDLOSEN & ZEIT DER SCHUL- 
DIGEN, zwei Horsplele von Siegfried 
Lenz with an introduction by the 
author; edited by Albert R. Schmltt. 
New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts. 
152 p. NM: pref., introd. & notes. 
©Meredith Pub. Co.; 4Apr67 ; 
A902452. 

ZELDA, a new comedy by Sylvia Regan 
(Sylvia Regan Ellsteln) 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. NM: revision S: 
addition. © Sylvia Regan Ellsteln; 
25Jan67; DU67704 . 

THE ZOOID GAINS MATURENESS, an exam 
of the elementary ideas of biologi- 
cal science by John Reece Cadwalla- 
der. Lecture text. © John Reece 
Cadwallader; 5Jun67; C19578. 

THE ZULU AND THE ZAYDA, by Howard Ea 
Silva & Felix Leon, music 8: lyrics by 
Harold Rome. Dramatists Play Service, 
64 p. 2 acts. Based on the short 
story by Dan Jacobson. Book only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 2Peb54, 
DU59512. © Howard Da Silva & Felix 
Leon; lNov66; DP6325. 



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A list, arranged by title, of dramas, dramatico-musicals, lectures, sermons, monologs, and radio 
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. 



AIR RAID, a play for women by Archibald 
MacLeish. A version with added matter 
which appears in the book entitled 
Best broadcast of 1938-39. © 15Dec39; 
D7C»33. Archibald MacLeish (A); 
6Jun67; R4 11223. 

THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 21, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © 28Apr39; 
063256. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
5Apr67; R407657. 

THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 22, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © 28Apr39; 
D63257. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
5Apr67; R't07658. 

THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 23, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © 28Apr39; 
D63258. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
5Apr67; Rt07659. 

THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no.2'f, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © 28Apr39; 
D63259. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
5 Apr 67; Ri*0766o. 

THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 25, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © 6jun39; 
D64003. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
5 Apr 67; R407664. 

THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 26, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © 28Apr39; 
063260. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
5Apr67; R407661. 

THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 28, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © 28Apr39; 
D63261. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
5Apr67; R407662. 

THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 29, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © 28Apr39; 
D63262. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
5Apr67; R407663. 

THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no.30, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © 6jun39; 
D64004. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
5 Apr 67; R407665. 

THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no.31, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © 6jun39; 
D64005. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
5Apr67; R407666. 



THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 32, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © 6jun39; 
d64006. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
5Apr67; R407667. 

THE ALDRICH FAMILY; episode no. 33, 
by Clifford Goldsmith. © 6jun39; 
D64007. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
5Apr67; R407668. 

ALLELUIA; Easter choral play in 2 parts 
by Katharine Kester. © 20Feb39; 
DP62193- Edith D. Kester (E); 
l8Jan67; R402497. 

ALTEREGO (AZ) 1 felvonas, Irta: 
AsztalOE Miklos. (In Szlnhazl 
magazine) © 4Nov39; DP59647. Irene 
Palasty Bartsch (PWH); llMay67; 
R409677. 

ALTEREGO (AZ) 2 felvonas, irta; 
Asztalos Miklos. (In .Szlnhazl 
magazine) © llNov39; DP69648. 
Irene Palasty Bartsoh (PWH); llMay67; 
R4 09678. 

ALTEREGO (AZ) 3 felvonas, Irta: 
Asztalos MlklOE. (In Szlnhazl 
magazine) © l8Nov39; DP69649. 
Irene Palasty Bartsch (PWH); llMay67; 
r4 09676 . 

L'ANNONCE FAITE A MARIE; edition 
augmentee d ' une varlante pour la 
scene de I'acte IV de Paul Claudel. 
© 15May40; D70721. Mme. Paul Claudel, 
nee Relne Sainte Marie Perrin (W); 
7Jun67; R411502. 

ANY BODY? One act by Gordon Whitehead. 
© 17Mar39; OP63908. Gordon White- 
head (A); 8Feb67; R4o4010. 

LE ASTUZIE FEMMINILI; melodramma 
giocoso di Domenico Cimarosa; 
rielaborato e strumentato da Ottorino 
Respighi. Libretto. © 17Apr39; 
063193. G. Rlcordi & C, S.P.A. 
(PPW); 14Apr67; R410387. 

AUF DER GRtlNEN WIESE; Operette In 2 
Tellen, 12 Bildern, von V. Tolarsky; 
Musik von Jara Benes. FUr die 
deutsche Fuhne bearbeitet von Bruno 
Hardt-Warden & Rudolf ICailer. 
Klavierauszug mlt Text. © lJul39; 
DF39745. Hlldegard Wllhelmine Fllges 
(NK of J. Benes), Felix Wradatsch 
(e of B. Hardt-Warden) & Erna IC611er 
(W); 8jun67; R411527. 



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BAHRUM GUR, by Ruth Lindsay Hughes. 
© 24May39; D63799. Lindsay Hughes 
Cooper (Mrs. Frank M.) (A); 10Mar67 ; 
R4 07318. 

BIG COUGH; melodrama in one act by 
Allen Saunders. © 29May39; DP64248. 
Allen Saunders (A); 20Apr67; 
R408583. 

BLOOMING MRS. BUDD; comedy in three 
acts by Austin Goetz. © 24May39; 
DP63899. Austin Goetz (A); 20Apr67; 
R40858I. 

BOARDING SCHOOL, by James Worthing, 
pseud, of James Reach. © 17Apr39; 
DP63243. James Reach (A); 10Jan67; 
R4 02072. 

BONEY; play in 1 act by Alfred Sangster. 
© 28Apr39; DP65903. © Alfred Sangster 
(A); l4Mar67; R4o6314. 

BRITISH PASSPORT; play in one act by 
Harold Brlghouse. © 23Feb39; 
DP62586. Barbara Brlghouse (C); 
.9Jan67; R401315. 

BROTHER ORCHID, by Leo Brady, adapted 
from the short story by Richard 
Connell. © 23Feb39; DU6204l. 
Leo Brady (A); 12Jan67; R402749- 

BROTHER ORCHID; play in 3 acts by Leo 
Brady, from the short story by Richard 
Connell. © 28Feb40; DP68809. Leo 
Brady (A); 6Apr67; R407949. 



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CAT THAT KILLED. See 
THE SHADOW. 

CHARITY COMMITTEE; comedy for 9 women 
In 1 act by Edward Knoblock. 
© 23Feb39; DP62587. J. B. Blggar 
& A. P. Popkin (E); l8jan67; 
R402498. 

CHARM WILL TELL; three act comedy by 
Dorothy Bennett & Link Hannah. 
© lMay39; DU633OI. Dorothy Bennett 
& Link Hannah (A); 10Apr67; R4Q8269. 



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Jan.-June 



CHILD'S PLAY; play In three acts by 
Anthony Anch Kline. ® IMarjg; 
D62239. Anthony Anch Kline (A); 
3Feb67; Rt 03781. 

CHOCOLATE CANDY ANIMAL CLUB, THE GIANT 
WITH THE FIERY CANE, by Kitty Keepers 
Voss. © 26Aug39; CIIO97. Kitty 
Keepers Voss (A); 12Jun67; R'Hl682. 

CHRISTMAS, INCORPORATED; one act by 
WMter Kerr. © 19Apr39; DP63^'^5. 
Walter Kerr (A); 20Mar67; R4o6322. 

XL CIECO DI GERICO; episodio scenico 
di Francesco Paolo Mul#; musica dl 
Giuseppe Mule. Libretto. © 25Sep39; 
DFO-66369. Rosina Sclmone (W of 
F. P. Mule); lFeb67; R403630. 

IL CIECO DI GERICO; episodio scenico; 
libretto di Francesco Paolo Mule; 
musica dl Giuseppe Mule.. Spartito. 
© 130ct39; DFO-397'tt. Carmela Mule 
(E); lFeb67; R403628. 

CINDERELLA; or. The hotzi-totzi and the 
nasty Nazi, a pantomine in two acts 
by Edward Eager; music by Verdi 
Offenbach. Text only. © 21Feb40; 
DU6865O. Jane Eager (W) & Fritz 
Eager (C); 21Feb67; R404856. 



COINAGE OF DEATH. 
THE SHADOVI. 



See 



COLD COAL, by E. Eynon Evans. 

© 22Mar39; DP65242. E. Eynon Evans 
(a); 2ltJan67; R402768. 

CRADLE OF GLORY, a drama in three acts 
by Marie McNett. © gApr^tO; DU69429. 
Marie McNett (Mrs. James G. McNett) 
(A); 25Apr67; R4o87'*9. 

CRAMPON DE ROMAIHVILLE. See 
LIFE GOES ON. 

CRY HAVOC, by Alan Richard Kenward. 
® 8Apr40; D70331. Allan R. Kenward 
(A); 10Apr67; R4o8309. 

CURTAIN CALLS, 13 plays by Noel Coward. 
© 8Mar40; DBgBk^. Noel Coward (A); 
10Mar67; R405876. 

CURTAIN CALLS FOR JOSEPH HAYDN AJ!D 
SEBASTIAN BACH; musical plays for 
children by Opal Wheeler 5; Sybil 
Deucher; illustrated by Mary Green- 
wait. © 2iAug39; D39715. Opal 
Wheeler & Sybil Deucher (A); 29May67; 
R'110794. 



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DAMA BOBA. See 

DAS DUMHE MIDCHEK. 

■DAME HATURE, a play in 3 acts by 
Andre Birabeau, adapted by Pa- 
tricia Collinge. © 3Aug59: D65738. 
Theatre Guild. Inc. (PWH); 20Mar67; 
R4 06545. 

DAME NATURE, by Andre Birabeau, adapted 
by Patricia Collinge. © llApr39: 
DU63306. Theatre Guild, Inc. (PWH); 
20Mar67; H406542. 

DANCING YEARS, a musical play by Ivor 
Novello. © 17Jun39; DU64164. 
F. W. Allen (E); 24May67; R410161. 

DARK VICTORY; play in three acts by 
George Brewer, Jr. & Bertram Bloch. 
Rev. © 28Dec39; D67857. George 
Emerson Brewer, Jr. (A); 5Jan67; 
R401401. 



DEATH IS AN ART. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



DEA*H ON THE BRIDGE. See 
THE SHADOW. 

DEMENTIA FEMINA; love story in 3 acts 
by Ben Harrison Orkow (Benjamin 
Harrison Orkow) © 23Peb40; D68632. 
Benjamin Harrison Orkow (A); 23Feb67; 
Rlt04929. 

THE DEVIL AND THE CRISIS, a play in 
three acts by Mildred Wolfe Messing. 
© 22Apr39; D63145. Mildred Wolfe 
Messing (A); 17Mar67; R406053. 

DOMESTIC FRIVOLITY; three acts. Book 
by E. Sweeting & E. Hunter; lyrics 
fc music by J. C. Johnson. Text 
only. © 15Jan40; D6796O. J. C. 
Johnson (A); 15Feb67; R404743. 

DOROTHEA; Oper in drei AufzUgen, musik 
von Friedrich Bayer, text von Max 
Morold (Max Morold-Millenkovics) 
mit BenUtzung eines alten StUckes 
von Riccoboni. Kalvierauszug mit 
Text. ©llAug39; DF39752. Barbara 
Bayer (W of F. Bayer) & Stephan 
Millenkovics (C of M. Morold-Millen- 
kovics) ; llMay67; R409781. 

DREAM, by Armand L. Zimmerman. 
© 19May39; DU6369I. Armand L. 
Zimmerman (A); 10Apr67; R408270. 

DUBARRY WAS A LADY, a musical play in 
two acts by George G. De Sylva 8c 
Herbert Fields. Text only. 
© 21NOV39; DU67034 . Stephen William 
Ballentine (C of G. G. De Sylva); 
19Jan67; R402771. 

DUBARRY WAS A LADY; book by B. G. 
DeSylva (G. G. DeSylva) !c Herbert 
Fields. Rev. version. ® 26jan40; 
DU68413. Stephen Wllliajn Ballentine 
(C. of G. G. DeSylva); 26jun67; 
R412517. 

DU BARRY WAS A LADY; musical play in 
2 acts by Herbert Fields & George C. 
De Sylva. Text only. © 21Nov39; 
DU67034. Dorothy Fields (E of H. 
Fields); 26May67; R410890. 

DAS DUMME MADCHEN. La Dama Boba. 

Lyric comedy in three acts by M. Ghis- 
albert; music by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari; 
German translation by E. Wolf-Ferrari 
& Franz Rau. Libretto. © 24Feb39; 
DFO-62250. Guglielmina C. Funck (\1 
of E. Wolf- Ferrari) & Franz Rau (A); 
lFeb67; R403557. 



EARLY AMERICAN; drama in one act by 
Marion Wefer. © l8May39; DP63897. 
Marion Wefer (A): 20Apr67; R4o8580. 

ELMER, THE YOUNGEST; comedy in three 
acts by Tom Taggart & prank Gould. 
© 21Jun39; DP65731. Tom Taggart 
(A); 9Jan67; R401413. 

ELVIRE; piece en 4 acts de Henry Bern- 
stein. © 29Feb40; D693I8. Mme . G. 
Gruber, n6e George Bernstein (C); 
4May67; R409552. 

ENCHANTED NIGHT, by Glenn Hughes. 

© 15Dec39; D68014. Gordon B. Dodd (E^ 
9Mar67; R4 05940. 

EVEN AS YOU AND I, -by William Mahl. 
© 6May39; D6365I. William Mahl (A); 
3Apr67; R407277. 

EVERYONE'S AMERICA, a radio play by 
Melvin Levy. © lApr40; D69235 . 
Melvln Levy (A); 5Apr67; R407670. 



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FAIREST LORD JESUS; pageant-cantata 
for Easter, text & compilation of 
music by Elsie Duncan Yale. 
© 24jan40; D39791. Rodeheaver 
Co. (PWH); 3May67; R4o8935. 

FAMILY PORTRAIT, a play in three acti 
by Lenore Coffee (Lenore Coffee 
Cowen) & William Joyce Cowen. 
© 17Apr39; DP6325I. Mrs. William 
Joyce Cowen (A) & Garry C. C. Thorne 
(C); 27Mar67; R4o8o6l. 

FAMILY PORTRAIT, a play In three acts 
by Lenore Coffee (Lenore Coffee 
Cowen) & William Joyce Cowen. 
Acting ed. © l8jan40; DP68217. 
Mrs. William Joyce Cowen (A) & 
Garry C. C. Thorne (c); 27Mar67; 
R4 08062. 

FAMOUS PLAYS OF 1938-1939, compiled by 
Victor Gollancz, Ltd. © 27Mar39; 
DP64340. Victor Gollancz, Ltd. 
(PWH); 23Feb67; R404426. 

FAR ABOVE RUBIES; one act comedy for 
women by Gertine Ahrens. © 12Jan40; 
DP69859. Gertine Ahrens (A); 
13Jan67; R402117. 

FARMER'S BOY AND OTHER MIMES, by 
Lillian I. Sayce. © 3Mar39; 
DP63241. Lillian I. Sayce (A); 
24Jan67; R4 02767. 

FASCICULE NOIR; piece en trols aotes 
de Louis Verneuil, pseud, of Louis 
Collin du Bocage. © 26Mar40; 
D70201. Florence Ryan (E); 
27Apr67; R408797. 

FIRST STOP TO HEAVEN, a comedy in 

3 acts by Norman Rosten . © l4Sep39; 
DU65838. Norman Rosten (A); 20Jan67; 
R402046. 

FLOWERS FOR THE LEADER, by G. D. Skel- 
ton. © 17Mar39; DP63909- 0. D. Skel- 
ton (A); 24jan67; R402769- 

FOOLISHNESS OF GOD; play in 1 act by 
Freda Collins. © 5At)r39; DP63904 . 
Freda Collins (A); 6Mar67; R405339. 

FOR GOODNESS SAKE; comedy in three acts 
by Armitage Owen. © 27Jul39; 
DP65740. Samuel French, Ltd. (PWH); 
15Jun67; R4 12085. 

FORGOTTEN ATTIC; children's fantasy in 
3 acts by Muriel Zahn. © 260ct39; 
DP66865. Muriel Zahn (A): llJan67; 
r4 02075. 

FORGOTTEN ATTIC; fantasy in 3 acts with 
prologues by Muriel Zahn. © 20Feb39; 
DU61990. Muriel Zahn (A); llJan67; 
R402074 . 

FRACKKOf/IODIE; musical comedy by 
Peter Kreuder & Fritz Schwiefert. 
© 13May39; DFI887. Peter Kreuder 
& Fritz Schwiefert (A); lMay67; 
R412242. 

FUGUE; comedy In three acts by Charlotte 
Armstrong (Charlotte Armstrong Lewi) 
© I6jan40; DU67959. Charlotte Arm- 
strong Lewi (A); 17May67; R4 10422. 

THE FUGUE: one act play in 2 scenes by 
Margaret Barbrick Purcell. 
© 19Dec39; D67509. Margaret Barbrick 
Purcell (A); 13Feb67; R403206. 



GARCONS, FILLES ET CHIENS, by Paul 

Armont, pseud, of Dimitri Petrocochino 
& Paul Vandenberghe. © 8Apr39; 



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065029. Mme. Jacqueline Pineau- 
Quercy n^e Jacqueline Breitel (E of 
D. Petrocochlno) & Mme. Paul 
Vandenberghe, nSe Suzanne Grothe 
(W of P. Vandenberghe): SYMar67 : 
R406966. 

GENE DEBS: VICTOR; A play in three 
acts by Charles Bruce Mlllholland. 
© 230ct39j DU6e590. Charles Bruce 
Mlllholland (A); 5Jun67; R411172. 

GEORGIE-PORGIE; one-act comedy by James 
Reach. ® 9Aug39; DP66304 . James 
Reach (A); 21Apr67; R409118. 

GET THEE UNDERSTANDING, a play In three 
acts by Bernard B. Lelght. © 10Jan40; 
0067850. Bernard B. Leight (A); 
a«lar67; Rit05725. 

GET THEE UNDERSTANDING, by Bernard B. 
Lelght. © llApriJO; DU6945O. 
Bernard B. Leight (A); llApr67; 
R4 08016. 

THE GHOST OF MR. PENNY, by Rosemary 
Gabbert Musll. © llOctjg; 0671+45. 
Children's Theatre Press (PWH); 
22Mar67; R4o6576. 

GIVE ME A CHANCE, a play In three acts 
by Bernard B. Leight. © l6Nov39; 
DU66966. Bernard B. Lelght (A); 
2i|Jan67j R't05007. 

GLAMOROUS NIGHT, by Ivor Novello; 
lyrics by Christopher Hassall; 
amateur version by Sydney Box Sc 
Conrad C. Carter. Book only. 
© 21Jul39; DP66840. Sydney Box (A) 
Sc Mrs. N. B. C. Carter (W); 6Jun67; 
R4 11666. 

GOLD IS WHERE YOU DON'T FIND IT; 
one-act play by E. P. Conkle. 
© 16Nov39; DU66962. Ellsworth 
Prouty Conkle (A); 6Mar67; FA 05 34 4. 

GOLDEN GLOVES. See 
THE '.■JISHING WELL. 

THE GOLDEN GOOSE, a comedy in three 
acts by Elolse Keeler. © l8Apr39; 
D63052. Elolse Keeler (A): 31Jan67: 
R403148. 

THE GONDOLIERS; or. The King of Bara- 
tarla. Text 8: lyrics by William S. 
Gllbertj music by Arthur Sullivan; 
abridged & simplified by David 
Stevens. © 23Jan40; D39781. Summy- 
Blrchard Co. (PWH); 2Jun67; R410978. 

GOVERMOR ALTGELD, a play In seven scenes 
by Melvin Levy, e 22Nov39; D67043 . 
Melvin Levy (A);.3Jan67; R401354. 

GRAHDY GOBLIN AUTHORS' CLUB, by Kitty 
Kitty Keepers Voss . © 22Jun39; 
CIO942. Kitty Keepers Voss (A); 
8jun67; R411715. 

GREAT A^5ERICA^f FAMILY; play in seven 
scenes by Robert Frayne Chapln & 
Charles King. Based on the novel 
by Lee Shlppey. © 17Apr39; DU63046. 
Robert Frayne Chapln & Charles King 
(A); 14Apr67; R408273- 

GREAT MRS. SYKES; comedy In 2 parts by 
George Edward Kelly. © 5Mar40; 
DU68847. George Edward Kelly (A); 
6Apr67; R407950. 

THE GREAT SUBMARINE MYSTERY. See 
THE SHADOW. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 

© No. 316, 23Feb39, DU62O34 . 

Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); l6Feb67; 
R404753. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No. 317, lMar39, DU62181. Green 
Hornet, Inc. (PWH); lMar67; R405112. 



THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 

© No. 318, lMar39, DU62I82. 

Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); l6Feb67; 

R404754. 
THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 

© No. 319-320, 9Mar39, DUb231fc -62317 ;' 

No. 321-322, 15Mar39, DU62423-62424; 

No. 323-324, 24Mar39, DU62559-62560; 

No. 325-326, 29Mar39. DU62641-62642; 

No. 327-328, 6Apr39, DU62809-62810; 

No. 329-330, 12Apr39, DU62923-62924; 

No. 331-332, 20Apr39, DU6 3095-63096; 

No. 333-334, 26Apr39, DU6 3203-63204; 

No. 335-336, 2May39, DU63322 -63323- 

Green Hornet, Inc. (FWH); lMar67; 

R405012 -405029. 
THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 

©No. 337, 8May39, DU63420; No. 338- 
339, 15May39, DU63615-63616; No. 340, 
l8May39, DU63674; No. 341-342, 26May39, 
DU6 3812 -6 38 13; No. 343-344, 31May39, 
DU6393I-63932. Green Hornet, Inc. 
(PWH); lMar67; R405O30-405O37. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No. 345, l4Jun39, DU64120; No. 346, 
8jun39, DU64030; No. 347-348, I4jun39, 
DU64 121-64 122; No. 349, I6jun39, 
DU64161; No. 350, 21Jun39, DU642O0; 
No. 351, 23Jun39, DU64264; No. 352-354, 
IJUI39, DU6436I-64363; No. 355-357, 
13JU139, DU64526-64528; No. 358, 
19JU139, DU64582; No. 359, 24jul39, 
DU64670; N0.36O, 2Aug39, DU65I59; 
No. 361-362, 3IJUI39, DU64827-64828; 
No. 363-364, 5Aug39, DU65203-65204; 
No. 365-366, l4Aug39, 065296-65297. 
Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 26Apr67; 
R408755, 408755, 408757-408769, 
408771-408772, 408770, 408773- 
408776. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No. 367-374, l4Sep39, OU65845- 
65852; No. 375-376, 15Sep39, OU65903- 
65904; No. 377-380, 28Sep3g, OU66I58- 
6616I; No. 381-382, 50ct39, 066346- 
66347; No. 383-384, I60ct39, OU66482- 
66483. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
12Jun67; R4ll695-'H1712. 



HUMDINGER, in 3 acts by Austin Goetz . 
© 3Mar39; OP62582. Austin Goetz (A); 
8Feb67; R404012. 



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HALF-TERM; comedy in 1 act by Joyce 

Dennys (Joyce Dennys Evans) © 6jul39; 
DP65741. Joyce Dennys Evans (A); - 
26jun67; R412509. 
HANDY MAN; 3 acts by Tom Powers. 
© 270ot39; DP66868. Meta Powers 
(W); 8Feb67; R404009. 
HANSEL AITO GRETEL; play for children 
In two acts by G. Olwen M. Jones. 
Based on the fairytale by the 
Brothers Grlmra. © 23Feb39; OP63240. 
G. Olwen H. Jones (A); 9Jan67; 
R401316. 
THE HARUM; one act by Edward Percy, 
pseud, of E. P. Smith, & Reginald 
Oenham. Prom Edward Percy's story 
of the same name. © 6Jun39; OP64253. 
E. P. Smith & Reginald Oenham (A); 
29May67; R410725. 
HAR'^^EST IN THE NORTH; play in a pro- 
logue, 3 acts & an epilogue by 
James Lansdale Hodson. © 27Mar39; 
DP64342. Una Hodson (W); 6Mar67; 
R405343. 
HER COMEDY, a comedy in 2 acts, 

3 Ecenet' by Ferenc Molnar. © llMay40; 
OU7OI38. Lill Darvas Molnar (w); 
15May67; R409695. 
HIGHER AlO HIGHER; play In 2 acts by 
Gladys Hurlbut (Gladys Hurlbut ds la 
Vergne) & Joshua Logan. © 7Mar40; 
068901. Gladys Hurlbut de la Vergne 
(A); 5Apr67; R407669. 
HIS JEWELS: play in one act by Bernlce 
Kelly Harris. © £90ec39; D68232. 
Bernice Kelly Harris (A); 3Jan67; 
R4 01337. 
HOTZI-TOTZI AND THE NASTY NAZI. See 
CINDERELLA. 



I, A STRANGER, a play In a prologue & 
three acts by Grace Elizabeth Potter. 
© 4May39; D63370. Grace Elizabeth 
Potter (A); 12Apr67; R408029. 

I AM DIFFERENT, a play dramatized by 
Zoe Akins (Zoe Akins Rumbold) from 
the Hungarian of Llli Hatvany. 
© 17Aug39; DU65338. James 0. Akins 
(NK); 24Apr67; R408740. 

I WANT A HOME, a play in three acts by 
Bernard B. Lelght. © 9May39; 
OU63452. Bernard B. Leight (A); 
24jan67; R403006. 

THE ICffllAN COMETH; play in four acts by 
Eugene O'Neill. © 12Feb40; D68436. 
Carlotta Monterey O'Neill (W); 
l6Peb67; R404752. 

IMAGINARY INVALID, by Moliere, trans- 
lated & adapted by Merrltt Stone. 
© 24Apr39; DP6390I. Merrltt Stone 
(A); l3Feb67; R404173. 

INEVITABLE HOUR; play in one act by 
Thomas E. Byrnes. © l8May39; 
DP64247. Thomas E. Byrnes (A); 
20Apr67; R408582. 

AN INTERNATIONAL INCIDENT, a play in 
three acts by Vincent Sheean. 
© l6Feb40; D68495. Vincent Sheean 
(A); 13Apr67; R4o8l84. 

L'INTRUSA; dramma in un atto dl Maurlzlo 
Maeterlinck; riduzione e verslone 
ritmica di Romualdo Glani; musica dl 
Guido Pannaln. © 10Nov39; DPO-67053. 
G. Rlcordi & C, S.P.A. (PWH of 
R. Glani); lFeb67; R4 03632. 

IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY, by Ralph Under- 
wood, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 24Apr39; OP63902. James Reach (A); 
10Jan67; R402071. 



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JAKfiY'S ONE-TfiACK MIND; thrse act ccm^dy 
by Dorothy Bennett & Link Hannah. 
© 22Sep39; DP66312. Dorothy Bennett 
& Link Hannah (A); 10Apr67; r4 08272. 

JEANIE WITH THE LIGH"! BROWN HAIR; play 
in three acts by Lee Somers. 
© 5Mar40; 068645. Lee Somers (A); 
21Jun67; r4 12226. 

JEANNE D'AHC AU BUCHER; poeme de Paul 
Claude; muslque de Arthur Honegger. 
Partition piano et chant. © 200ec39; 
039795 ■ Andr Je Vaurabourg, veuve 
Honegger (W); 27Jan67; R403411. 

THE JEST; adapted from the Italian of 
Sem Benelll's La cena delle beffe, 
by John Barrymore. © 24May39; 
DP64134. John Barrymore (C); 
24Apr67; R409117. 

JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM, a play In three 
acts by Maxwell Anderson. © 5Jun40; 
070368. Gllda Oakleaf Anderson (W), 
Alan H. Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson, Hesper A. Leven- 
steln (C); 13Jun67; R411732. 

JOY TO THE WORLD, a play In one act by 
Marthedith Furnas. © lApr40; 069286. 
Marthedlth Furnas (A); 13Apr67; 
R4 08185 . 



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Jan.-June 



JUBIE, by James Reach. © 2Nov39; 
DP6720I. James Reach (A); 10Jan67; 
Rl* 02069. 

JUNE MAD, by Florence Ryerson (Florence 
Ryerson Clements) & Colin Clements, 
suggested by the novel This awful 
age. © 7Mar39; DU62255 . Hal Ryer- 
son (C); 25Jan67; R402765. 

JUNE MAD, by Florence Ryerson (Florence 
Ryerson Clements) & Colin Clements, 
suggested by their novel This awful 
age. Rev. © 2Nov59; DP66872. 
Hal Ryerson (C); 25Jan67; Rlt0276'l-. 



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KATHLEEN, THE MAID OF KILLARNEY; 
operetta in 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
by Sarah Grames Clark; music by 
Lily Strickland. ® 23Dec39; D39766. 
Ralph Grames Clark (C); 
9Jan67; R40187'*. 

KEEP OFF THE GRASS, a play in three 
scenes by John Shubert. © 2Nov39; 
D66759- Select Theatres Corp. (PWH); 
9Jan67; Rt0177't. 

KEEPER OF THE KEYS; play in 1 act by 
Vera I. Arlett. © 25May39; DP64252. 
Vera I. Arlett (A); l4May67; R406317. 

KEY LARGO, a play in a prologue & two 
acts by Maxwell Anderson. © 25Nov59; 
DP67580. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W), 
Alan Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson & Hesper A. Leven- 
steln (C); 9Jan67; Rt017t9. 

KINDRED, by Paul Vincent Carroll. 
© 7Feb39; DU61756. Paul Vincent 
Carroll (A); l6Jan67; Rt026't7. 



KING OP BARATARIA. 
THE GONDOLIERS. 



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LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, by Ben Hecht, 
Charles MacArthur, Ladlslaus Bus- 
Fekete. © 25Feb59; D62070. 
Ladislaus Bus-Fekete (A); 6jan67; 
n't 01210. 

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, by L. Bus Fekete, 
adapted by Ben Hecht & Charles 
MacArthur. © 25Feb39; DU6207O. 
Rose Hecht & Helen Hayes MacArthur 
(W); I8jan67; R402765. 

LADIES DAY; play in three acts by Robert 
Considlne Sc Bertrand Robinson. 
© 17Jan39; DU61275 . Robert Considlne 
(A); 23Dec66; Rlt02719. 

LADIES IN RETIREMENT; play in 3 acta by 
Edward Percy Smith & Reginald 
Denham. ® 19Jan40; DoSA^k , Edward 
Percy anith S: Reginald Denham (A); 
7Apr67; R407883. 

LADIES OF EDII-raURGH; play in 1 act 
by Constance Smedley. © 12Apr39; 
DP63911. Maxwell Armfield (Wr); 
6Mar67; R^ 05 34 2. 

TkE LAUGHING CORPSE. See 
THE SHADOW. 

LAUGHING GAS; farce in 3 acts by Charles 
D. Whitman, pseud, of Tom Taggart. 
© 17Sep39; DP56310. Tom Taggart (A); 
21Apr67; Rltogiig. 

LEBEN DES GALILEO; Schauspiel von 

Bertolt Brecht. ® igApr^O; DU70048. 
Stefan Sebastian Brecht (C); 9Jun67; 
RlHl't83. 

LET'S BROADCAST! Twelve one act plays 
by James Roberts White. ® ioct59; 
DP66457. James Roberts White (A): 
31May67; R4 11224. 



LIFE GOES ON (Le crampon de Romainville) 
Three acts by John Beverly, pseud, of 
George Washington. ® 19Jul39; 
DU64564. Maria Anetta Washington 
(C); 24May67; R410627. 

LIFE STUDIES, by Tom Powers. © 17Mar39; 
DP62583. Meta Powers (W); 8Feb67; 

R404011. 

LIFE WITH FATHER, by Howard Lindsay 
& Russel Grouse. Based on parts of 
certain of the published works of 
Clarence B. Day. © 21Nov39; DU67586. 
Howard Lindsay (A), Anna E. Crouse 
(W), Timothy Crouse & Lindsay Ann 
Crouse (C); 2Mar67; R405041. 

LIFE WITH FATHER; Clarence Day's Life 
with father made into a play by 
Howard Lindsay & Russel Crouse with 
an Introduction by Brooks Atkinson. 
© 19Feb40; DP69028. Howard Lindsay 
(A), Anna E. Crouse (W), Timothy 
Crouse & Lindsay Ann Crouse (C); 
2Mar67; R405174. 

LISTEN, MY CHILDREN; comedy satire with 
music by Norman Rosten & Arthur 
Miller. Text only. ® 25Jan39; 
DU61869. Norman Rosten (A); 20Jan67; 
R4O2048. 

THE LITTLE FOXES, by Lillian Hellman. 
© 7Mar39; DU62398. Lillian Hellman 
(a); l8jar.67; R402859. 

LITTLE GYPSY GAY, a juvenile operetta; 
dialogue & lyrics by Molly Masters, 
music by Evelyn Wales. © llNov40; 
D39802. Molly Masters & Evelyn 
Wales (A); 12Jan67; R4O2103. 

LITTLE WOMEN. See 

MUSICAL VERSION OP LITTLE WOMEN. 

LITTLE WORLD, a play in three acts; 
adapted by Caroline Francke. 
From Jean Cocteau's Les parents 
terrlbles. ® 26Dec39; D67592. 
Kenneth Downer (Wr); 3Jan67; 
R4 01355. 

LIVE LIFE AGAIN; play in three acts by 
Dan Totheroh, © 10Apr39; DU62872. 
Dan Totheroh (A); 20Feb67; R404835. 

THE LONE RANGER; radio scripts by 
Francis Striker. © Wrather Corp. 
(PHH) 
No. 

A-630--A-632. ® 2Aug39; D65162- 
65164. 5Jan67; R401440-401442. 
A-633— A-635. © l4Aug39; D65298- 
65300. 5Jan67; R401443-401445 . 
A-636— A-647. ® l4Sep395 D6586I- 
65872. 5Jan67; R401446-4oi457. 
A-648--A-650. © 15Sep39j D65905- 
65907. 5Jan67; r4 0145 8-4 OHeo . 
A-651--A-656. © 28Sep39; D66152- 
66154, 66202-66204. 5Jan67; 
R401461-401466. 
A-657— A-659. © 50ct39; D66348- 

66350. 5Jan67; R401467-401469. 
A-660— A-662. © 110ct39; D664ia- 
66420. 5Jan67; R401470-401472. 
A-663— A-671. © 2NOV39; D66719- 

66727. 5Jan67; R40l473-'^0l48l. 
A-67---A-674. © 7NOV39; D66825- 
66827. 5Jan67; r4 014 82 -4 014 84 . 
A-675--A-67. © 16NOV39: D65950- 
66952. 5Jan67; R4 014 85 -4 014 87. 
A-678--A-68O. © 21NOV39; D67022- 
67024. 5Jan67; r4 014 88-4 014 90. 
A-68I--A-683. © 30NOV39; D67138- 
67140. 5Jan67; R401491-401493, 
A-684--A-685. © 4Dec39; D67168- 
67169. SJan67; r4 014 94 -4 014 95 . 
A-686--A-689. © llDec39; D67342- 
67345. 5Jan67; r401496t401499. 
A-69O--A-692. © 21Dec39; D67562- 
67564. 5Jan67; R4 015 00-4105 02. 

A-693— A-695. © 29Dec39; D57651- 
67653. 5Jan67; R4 015 03-4015 05. 



A-698. © 10Jan40; D67866. 

26May67; R410567. 
A-70O--A-7OI, © 10Jan40; D67867- 

67868. 26May67; R4 10566-4105 65 . 
A-702. © 12Jan40. D67923. 

26May67; R410564. 
A-703— A-708. © 24jan40; D68125- 

68130. 26May67; R4 10563-4 IO55 8. 
A-709— A-711. © 2Feb40; D68266- 

68268. 26May67; R410557-410555. 
A-712— A-714. © 8Feb40; D6836O- 

68362. 26May67; R410554-410552. 
A-715— A-717. © 12Feb40; D68433- 
68435. 26May67; R4 10551-4 1054 9. 
A-718— A-720. 28Feb40; D68723- 

68725. 26May67; R410548,410546. 
A-721,-A-723. © 28Feb40; D68726- 

68728. 26May67; R4 11289-411287. 
A-724— A-726. © 6Mar40; D6889O- 

68892. 26Mayfa7; R4 11286-4 11284 . 
A-727— A-729. © 13Mar40; D69OI5- 

69017. 26May67; R411283-411281. 
A-730— A-732. © 18Mar40; D69O69- 
69071. 26May67; R4 11280-4 11278. 
A-733 — A-735. © 27Mar40; D69281- 

69283. 26May67; R411277-411275 . 
A-736~A-738. © 6Apr40; D69408- 

69410. 26May67; R411274-411272. 
A-739— A-741. © 10Apr40; D69444- 

69446. 26May67; R4 11271-411269. 
A-742--A-744 . © 22Apr40; D696IO- 

69612. 26May67; R4 11268-4 11266. 

LONELY GREAT, by Henry H. Harper & 
Marguerite Harper. © 28jan39; 
DU61512. Henry H. Harper & Marguerite 
Harper (A); 9Jan67; R401318. 

LOT'S WIFE; comedy In 3 acts by Peter 
Blackmore. ® 15Jun39; DP64556. 
Peter Blackmore (A); l4Mar67; 
R40632O. 

LOVESICK, a one act play by Graeme & 
Sarah Lorimer. © 190ct39; D66545 . 
Graeme Lorimer (A); 13Jan67; 
R4 02567. 



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MADAME LA BARONNE; play of the French 
Revolution in 1 act by H. Hurford 
Janes. ® 28Apr39; DP369IO. H. Hur- 
ford Janes (A); 6Mar67; R405541. 

THE MAGIC BASKET, a Juvenile operetta,, 
words by Bonnie Taylor, music by 
Alfred Wheeler. © 20Apr40; D39841. 
Bonnie Taylor & Alfred l-lheeler (A) ; 
30Jun67; R412678. 

IL MALATO IMMAGINARIO; commedla llrica 
■ in un atto di due quadri ed un inter- 
mezzo dalla commedia di Moliere; 
libretto di Mario Ghisalberti, musica 
di Jacopo Napoli. © 10Feb39; D39623. 
Jacopo Napoli (A); lljan67; R402230. 

IL MALATO IMMAGINARIO; commedia lirica 
in un atto di due quadri ed un inter- 
mezzo dalla commedia di Moliere; 
libretto di Mario Ghisalberti, musica 
di Jacopo Napoli. Libretto. 
® 10Feb39; D62009. Mario Ghisal- 
berti (A); llJan67; R402569. 

MALTESE CROSS; play in one act by 
Arthur Watkyn. ® 24Feb39; DP63239. 
Mrs. Arthur Watkins (W); 9Jan67; 
R4 01317. 

MAN BITES DOG; comedy in three acts by 
Frederick Jackson. © 31Jul39; 
DP65733. William W. Thompson (E); 
15Jun67; R4 12086. 

MAN LOST; play in 1 act by Peggie 

Burgess (Margaret Burgess) © 27Jul39; 
DP6574S'. Margaret Burgess (A); 
26jun67; R412508. 



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1967 



RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



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THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER, by George 
S. Kaufman & Moss Hart. © lDec39; 
DP67211- Anne Kaufman Schneider (C 
of G. Kaufman); 27Feb67; R405071. 

THE MAN WHO KILLED LINCOLN, by Philip 
Van Doren Stern & Elmer Harris, 
From the book by Philip Van Doren 
Stern. ® 2Marl*0; DU6877't. Philip 
Van Doren Stern (A), Victor Harris 
& E. Blaney Harris, Jr. (C); 5Jun67i 
R4 11173. 

THE MAN WHO KILLED LINCOLN, in three 
acts by Elmer Harris. Based on the 
book by Philip Van Doren Stern. 
© l8jan40; DU68OO9. Victor Harris 
& E. Blaney Harris, Jr. (C); 5Jun67; 
R'H1174. 

MANY MANSIONS; play in 2 acts. Jules 
Eckert Goodman & Eckert Goodman, 
employers for hire of Lee Norvelle & 
Paul Boxell, authors of new matter. 
Rev. version. © lDec39; D68019. 
Helen P. Goodman (PWH); 3Apr67; 
R'(O7054. 

MARITANA, a romantic opera; book & 
lyrics by Edward Fitzball; music by 
William Vincent Wallace. Condensed 
version adapted for high school & 
community; J. Spencer Cornwall, 
author of condensation & adaption 
of music; W. 0. Robinson, author of 
adaptation & condensation of book & 
lyrics. © 15Dec39; D59770. 
© J. Spencer Cornwall & W. 0. Robin- 
son (A); 10Jan67; R102750. 

MARTHA; opera by Frederick von Flotow; 
rev. & arr. by Bryceson Treharne; 
English libretto by Vlcki Baum & 
Ann Ronell; music adapted by Richard 
Lert. © 15Feb40; D39825. Ann 
Ronnel (A); 15Peb67; Rit04742. 

MARTHA; opera in three acts by F. von 
Flotow, adaptation by Richard Lert, 
rev. & arr. by Bryceson Treharne, 
English libretto by Vlcki Baum & 
Ann Ronell. © 15Feb40; D59825. 
© G. Schlrmer, Inc. (PWH of B. Tre- 
harne); 10Mar67; RIJ05799. 

MEDEE; opera en trois tableaux, livret 
de Madeleine MlLhaud, musique de 
Darius Milhaud. Livret. 
© 30Sep39; DF67953. Madeleine 
Milhaud (A); 10Feb67; R4o4129. 

MEN DON'T CHANGE; comedy in one act by 
Elizabeth 0. Thompson. © I4jun39; 
DP64558. Connecticut Bank & Trust 
Co. (E); 2'tMay67; Rl* 10162. 

MID-VICTORIAN TRIFLE; one act comedy 
of five women by Barbara Shaw. 
© 3Jan40; DU68219. Barbara Shaw 
(A); 17May67; Rt 10421. 

MR. & MRS. NORTH, by Owen Davis. 

Based upon original stories entitled 
The Norths meet murder & Mr. & Mrs. 
North, by Francis & Richard Harkrldge. 
© 9Mar40; D68959. Donald Davis (C); 
26Apr67; R408873. 

MRS. O'BRIEN ENTERTAINS; comedy In 
three acts & five scenes by Harry 
Madden. © 31Jul39; DP65792. 
Harry Timothy Madden (A); 15Jun67; 
R412084. 

LES MONSTRES SACRES; piece en 3 acts de 
Jean Cocteau. © 25Apr40; D70205. 
Edouard Dermlt (E); 4May67; R409555. 

MONTE rVNOR; tre attl di Cesare Meano; 
musica di L. Rocca. Riduzlone per 
canto e pianoforte. © 17Nov39; 
DFO-39751. Lodovlco Rocca (A); 
lFeb67; R403629. 



MONTE rVNOR; tre attl dl Cesare Meano; 
musica di Lodovlco Rocca. Libretto. 
© 17N0V39; DPO-67111. Ralssa 
Balmain Norlander (NK of C. Meano); 
lFeb67; R4 03627. 

THE MOON ON A PLATTER, a comedy- drama 
in three acts by Elolse Keeler. 
© 20ct39; DP66629. Elolse Keeler 
(A); 31Jan67; R403150. 

MOONSET; drama In one act by Helen M. 
Clark. ® 20Jun39; DP65734. Helen 
M. Clark (A); 20Apr67; R408585. 



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MURDER HOST. 
THE SHADOW. 



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MURDER IN THE DEATH HOUSE. 
THE SHADOW. 



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ivftjRDERER'S VANITY. See 
THE SHADOW. 

MUSICAL VERSION OF LITTLE WOMEN; book 
by John Ravold, lyrics by Frederick 
Howard, music by Geoffrey O'Hara. 
Text. © 10May39; DU63888. Marie 
Congdon & Walter Ravold (NK); 
4May67; R409506. 

MUTTER COURAGE UND IHRE' KINDER; play 
by Bertolt Brecht. © 23Feb40; 
D68733. Helene Weigel Brecht (W), 
Barbara Brecht, Hanne Hiob & Stefan 
S. Brecht (C); 24Feb67; RI104930. 

!«■ MELANCHOLY BABY, a play in 3 acts 
& 3 scenes by Maybelle E. Watson 
(Maybelle E. Watson Bergmann) 
© 30Mar40; D69420. Maybelle E. 
Watson Bergmann (A); 30Mar67; 
R4071'54 . 



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NEVER NO THIRD DEGREE, by John Ward 
Bayly, pseud, of John Gainfort. 
© 28Feb39; DP62191. Isabel Gainfort 
(W); 12Jan67; R402750. 

NO FOES SHALL STAY; play In 1 act by 
Conrad C. Carter. © 27Jul39; 
DP65739. N. B. C. Carter (W); 
l4Mar67; R4o6321. 

NO FOR AN ANSWER, an opera by M. Blitzsteir 
Text. © 27Apr40; D69740. Edward Davis 
& Josephine Davis (E); 27Apr67; R409368. 

NO HUMAN HAND, a play In three acts 
by Ira Blue & Mordecai Gorellk. 
© 10May39; D63478. Mordecai Gorellk 
(a); 28Mar67; r406610. 

NO LATTER RAIN, by N. Richard Nusbaum, 
pseud, of N. Richard Nash. © 17Jun39; 
DU64155. N. Richard Nash (A); 
24May67; R410628. 

NO LONGER INNOCENT, a comedy with music. 
Book & lyrics by J. T. Soholl & 
I. Goff. Text only. © 25Mar40; 
D69929. Jack Scholl (A); 27Mar67; 
R4 06631. 

NOR LONG REMEMBER; play in 2 scenes by 
Harold G. Hoffman. © 25Apr39; 
DP63896. Lillian Moss Hoffman (W); 
l6Mar67; R406313. 

NOT FOR CHILDREN; comedy In three acts 
by Wesley Towner. Based on a play 
by Ludwig Hirshfeld. © llJul39; 
D64453. Wesley Towner (A); 12Jan67; 
R4 01189. 



OBEDIENTLY YOURS, a play in two acts, 
a comedy with music by David Belasco 
Howard. Text only. © 31May39; 
D65867. David Belasco Howard (A); 
27Apr67; R408796. 

OH, PROMISE ME; farce In 3 acts by Pete 
Williams, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 25Sep39; DP663II. James Reach (A); 
21Apr67; R409120. 

OLD MAN TATTERBUG, by Mary Louise 
Boylston. © 10Jun39; DU64079. 
Mary Louise Boylston (A); 29May67; 
R410726. 

ON A SUMMER'S DAY; comedy in 3 acts by 
Charles Landstone. © 6jul39; 
DP65743. Charles Landstone (a) ; 
26jun67; R412507. 

ONE FOR THE MONEY; sketches & lyrics by 
Nancy Hamilton, music by Morgan 
Lewis. Text only. © 13Apr39; 
DU65229. Nancy Hamilton (a); 
lCMar67; R405878. 

ONE-STROKE SHORTHAND, by William James 
Walker. © 7Aug39; 011043. William 
James Walker (A); 31Jan67; R403168. 

ONE-STROKE SHORTHAND, by William James 
Walker. © 50ct39; CII265 . William 
James Walker (A); 31Jan67; R403169. 

OPUS 802, a play in three acts by Edwin 
Gilbert. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Soothe the savage breast. 
© 30Jan40; D68671. Edwin Gilbert (A); 
20Jun67; R411941. 

THE OTHER WOMEN; play in three acts by 
Albert Be in & Mary Bein. © 25Jul39; 
DU64676. Albert Bein & Mary Bern (A); 
6Jun67; R4 11664. 

OUR DUMB FRIEND; or. Silence is 

golden. Comedy in 1 act by Alexander 
Kirkland. © 17Apr39; DP63244 . 
Alexander Kirkland (A); l6Mar67; 
R4 06311. 



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NOW THAT APRIL'S HERE, by James Reach. 
© 2Nov39; DP67202. James Reach (A); 
10Jan67; R4 02068. 



THE PASSION PLAY, by Irving T. McDonald. 
© l6Feb39; D62275. Mrs. Irving T. 
McDonald (Marie A. McDonald) (W); 
9Jan67; R401789. 

PATTY SUE'S BIRTHDAY PARTY; operetta 
in one act for elementary grades; 
Ijook, lyrics 5: music by Maude Orita 
Wallace. © l8Nov39; D39759. 
Lakenan Barnes (E); 22May67; R4 10126. 
&ee also Patty Sue's birthday party, 
29Bec66; R399298) 

PATTY SUE'S BIRTHDAY PARTY; operetta 
in one act for elementary grades; 
book, lyrics & music by Maude Orita 
Wallace. © 18nov59; D39759. 
Maude Orita Wallace (A); 29Dec66; 
R399298. (See also Patty Sue's 
birthday party, 22May67; R4 10126) 

A PENNY SAVED, by Dena Reed. © 28Feb39; 
DU62141. Dena Reed (A); 9Jan67; 

r4 01314. 

PERFECT CRIME, by Bee Humphries, pseud, 
of Bertha Amlin Humphreys. © 29Apr39; 
DU63297. Bertha Amlln Humphreys (a); 
6Mar67; R405338. 

PIE IN THE SKY, by Emmet La very. 
© 7Apr39; DU62853. Emmet Lavery 
(a); 21Peb67; R404858. 



THE PLOT THAT FAILED. 
THE SHADOW. 



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Jan.-June 



POT OF GOLD; play in 5 acts by Eleanor 
Fitzgerald. © 23May59; DP6li251. 
Eleanor Fitzgerald (A); l4Mar67; 
Rito63l6. 

PRECIPICE CALLED DEATH. See 
THE SHADOW. 

PREP SCHOOL FOR HEAVEN; play in one act 
by Elinor Dickey. © 29Dec39; 
DSSajif. Elinor Dickey (A); 5Jan67; 
R4 01356. 

PRESENT FROM SALTSEA; play in 1 act 
by Dorothy Carr. © 6jun39; 
DP6425lt. Dorothy Carr (A); l^MarS?; 
R406318. 

PRESIDENT LINCOLN, a 2 hour play in 
3 acts with 3 scenes each by Earl 
Hobson Smith. © ljanl40; D678O7. 
Earl Hobson Smith fA); 12May57; 
R4 09690. 

DIE PRINZESSIN UND DER SCHWEINEHIRT; 
Marshenoper in 3 Akten, 8 Bildren; 
Text, frei nach Andersen, von Dora v. 
Paszthory; Musik von Casimir v. 
Paszthory. Klaviera.uszug mlt Text. 
© 5Jan39; D39610. Casimir von 
Paszthory (A); 3Jan67; r4 01204. 

PROLOGUE TO MARTYRDOM; historical play 
in four acts by Ralph V. Brown. 
© 12Jun39; D64091. Robert K. Brown 
(C); 2Jun67; R4 11462. 

PROMETHEUS IN GRANADA; one act verse 
drama by Norman Rosten. © 25Jan39; 
DU61444. Norman Rosten (A); 20Jan67; 
R4 02047. 

PROPOSAL; rural comedy in one act for 
six women adapted into Scotch by Helen 
Grant (Helen Proctor) from A family 
affair, by F. Morton Howard. 
© l8jal39; DP65744. Helen Proctor 
(A); 24May67; R410160. 



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RAMONA, a drama in three acts by 
Frederick Wahl. Adapted from 
Ramona, by Helen H. Jackson. 
© 8Sep39; D65755. Frederick Wahl 
(A); 7Apr67; R408293. 

RE LEAR; tragedla de G-jglielmo Shake- 
speare, rlduzione in tre atti di 
Giovanni Paplnl, musica di Vito 
Frazzl. Libretto. © 5May39; 
DFO-63503. G. Rioordi & C. , S.P.A. 
(PWH); 3May67; R409014. 

THE RED PHANTOM, a mystery melodrama 
in three acts by Eloise Keller. 
© 10JU139; DP65512. Eloise Keeler 
(A); 31Jan67; R405149. 

REFUGE; play in 1 act by Barrie Stavls. 
© 15Apr39; DP63247. Barrie Stavis 
(A); l6Mar67; R406312. 

THE RETURN OF CARNATION CHARLIE. See 
THE SHADOW. 

REVENGE BEYOND DEATH. See 
THE SHADOW. 

RIEN QU'UW HOMME; piece en un prologue 
S: tois parties de Paul Levy. 
© 20Feb40; D7OI91. Madame Paul Levy, 
n«e Rose Nathan (W); 4May67; R409007. 

RING TWICE FOR LORA, by Vera Caspary. 
© 30NOV39; DU67I59. Vera Caspary 

(A); 12Apr67; R4o8093. 
ROAD TO DAMASCUS; play in three acts by 

Martir. © 10Jan40; DU67852. 

Martin Flavin (A); 2Feb67; R403507. 
ROMANCE COMES TO WILLIE PARKER; comedy 

in three acts by Tom Taggart. 

© 24Apr39; DP639OO. Tom Taggart 

(A); 9Jan67; R401411. 



ROYAL INTERLUDE; play in 1 act by 
Elizabeth Fitzroy. © 28Apr39; 
DP63907. Elizabeth Fitzroy (A); 
6Mar67; R4 05340. 

ROYAL TOUCH; in 1 act by Agnes M. Miall. 
© 3May39; DP63905. Agnes Miall (A); 
l4Mar67; R406315. 



SAISON IN SALZBURG (Salzburger Nockerln) 
Operette in fUnf Blldern von Max 
Wallner & Kurt Feltz, Musik von Fred 
Raymond. Regie & Souff lierbuch. 
Text only. © 24Aug39; D65676. 
Kurt Feltz (A) & Pilar Wallner (W); 
13Mar67; R405943. 

SAL2BUEGER NOCKEELN. See 
SAISON IN SALZBURG. 

THE SEARCH FOR HAPPINESS, a play in 
three acts by Bernard B. Leight. 
© 30Jan39; DU61752. Bernard B. 
Leight (A); 24jan67; R403005. 

SEARCH ME, a one act play by Robert 
Middlemass. © 22Nov39; D67426. 
Mary G. Carter (W); 12Jan67; R402758. 

SEE MY LAWYER; comedy in three acts by 
Richard Maibaum & Harry Clork. 
© 31May40; D70b54 . Richard Maibaum 
(A); 5Jun67; R411026. 

SEEING THE ELEPHANT, by Dan Totheroh. 
(In America in action) © 25Apr39; 
D6537S. Dan Totheroh (A); 9Jan67; 
R4 01745. 
THE SHADOW; scripts by various authors. 
© Conde Nast Publications, Inc. (PWH) 
The cat that killed, by George 
Lowther. © 5Jan40; D67821. 
2Feb67; R405592. 
Coinage of death, by Sidney Slon. 

© 23Feb40; D68718. 3Mar67; R405606. 
Death is an art, by Brian J. Byrne. 
© 15Feb40; D68571. 3Mar67; 
R4 05605. 
Death on the bridge, by Sidney Slon. 

© 5Mar40; D68964 . 20Apr67; E408569. 
The great, submarine mystery, by 

George Lowther. © 27Feb40; D68787. 
3Mar67; R405607. 
The laughing corpse, by Sidney Slon. 
© 12Mar40; D69086. 20Apr67; 
R4 08570. 
Murder host, by Brian J. Byrne. 
© 31Jan40; D683IO. 2Feb67; 
R403591. 
Murder in the- death house, by Sidney 
Slon. © 9Jan40; D68047. 
2Feb67; R403588. 
Murderer's vanity, by Sidney Slon. 
® 20Mar40; D69145 . 20Apr67; 
R4 08571. 
The plot that failed, by Jerry 
Divine. ® 26Mar40; D69348. 
20Apr67; R408572. 
The precipice called death, by Sidney 
Slon. © 24jan40; d68i43. 
2Feb67; R403589. 
The return of Carnation Charlie, by 
George Lowther. © 7Feb40; D68392. 
3Mar67; R405604. 
Revenge beyond death, by Sidney Slon. 
© 9Apr40; D69478. 3May67; R409021. 
Suicide resort, by Brian J. Byrne. 
© l6Jan40; D68144. 2Feb67; 
R403590. 
Up from the grave, by Brian J. Byrne. 
© 2Apr40; D69349. 3May67; R409022. 



SING A SONG OF SIXTEEN; comedy in 
three acts by Tom Taggart. 
© 24Apr39; DP63898. Tom Taggart 
(A); 9Jan67; R401412. 

SOLDIERS OF THE CROSS; one act play in 
two scenes by Max William Koetter. 
© 29Dec39; D68235. Mosesna Koetter 
(W); 3Jan67; R4 01339. 

SOLO PLAYS; six dramatic monologues by 
Sydney Thompson. © 14Feb39; 
DP52194 . Connecticut Bank 8: Trust 
Co. (E); l8Jan67; R402499. 

SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW, by John 
Hershey, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 31Jul39; DP65736. James Reach (A); 
10Jan67; R4 02070. 

SOOTHE THE SAVAGE BREAST, a play in 
three acts by Edwin Gilbert. 
© 20ct59; D66472. Edwin Gilbert 
(A); 25Jan67; R402780. 

SPELL YOUR NAME; play in 3 acts & 
6 scenes by Dorothy Thompson & 
Fritz Kortner. © 22Mar39; D6260O. 
Michael Lewis (C of D. Thompson); 
2Mar67; R405165. 

THE SPREADING WORD, a sesquicentennlal 
■ psigeant by Harold A. Ehrensperger. 
© l6Dec39; D68669. Harold A. Ehren- 
sperger (A); 6Feb67; R403862. 

STAR TURNS RED, by Sean O'Casey. 

© l6Mar39; DU62445 . Eileen O'Casey 
(W); 15Feb67; R404199. 

STARVATION ON RED RIVER, a play by Zoe 
Akins (Zoe Akins Rumbold) © 9Eec39; 
DU67294. James D. Akins (NK); 
24Apr67; E408741. 

STEPDAUGHTER; three act comedy by 
Dorothy Bennett & Link Hannah. 
© 31JU139; DU64832. Dorothy Bennett 
& Link Hannah (A); 6Jun67; R4 11665- 



SUICIDE RESORT. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



SILENCE IS GOLDEN. 
OUR DUMB FRIEND. 



See 



THE SING-A-SONG LADY; script no.l, by 
Stella W. Hollowell. © l6Dec39; 
DU3976I. Stella W. Hollowell (A); 
6Mar67; R4 05040. 



TAORMINA; idillio in un atto; libretto 
di Giuseppe Adami; musica di Giuseppe 
Mule. © 24Feb39; D62392. Doretta 
Adami (C); 9Jan67; R4028o8. 

THE TERMITE AND THE ANT, by Anthony 
Anch Kline. © 6Sep39; DU66356. 
Anthony Anch Kline (A) ; 28Mar67; 
R407065. 

THAT'S HOLLYWOOD, by Florence Ryerson 
(Florence Ryerson Clements) & Colin 
Clements. © 13Sep39; DU65829. 
Hal Ryerson (C); 25Jan67; R402762. 

THERE SHALL BE NO NIGHT, a play in 
7 scenes by Robert E. Sherwood. 
© lApr40; D69287. Madeline H. 
Sherwood (W); 5Apr67; R407671. 

THIRTY MIFOTES WITH SANTA CLAUS; 

operetta; music & text by H. L. Bland. 
© 5May39; D39669. H. L. Bland (A); 
20Apr67; R408638. 

THIRTY MINUTES WITH THE PILGRIMS; 
portraying in song & story an early 
Thanksgiving Day by H. L. Bland. 
© 6sep39; D39734. H. L. Bland (A); 
9May67; R409655. 

THIRTY MINUTES WITH WASHINGTON, a dra- 
matic musical based on the life of 
our first president, George Washing- 
ton by H. L. Bland. © 21Feb39; 
D39633. H. S. Bland (A); 9Feb67; 
R403908. ^ I' ^ 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



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THREE AFTER THREE; two acts; book by 
Guy Bolton^ Parke Levy & Alan Lip- 
scott. Based on dramatic play 
Three blind mice, by Guy Bolton & 
Stephen Powys. © 27Dec39; DeTWT. 
Select Theatres Corp. (PWH); 9Jan67: 
R4 01761. 

THROUGH THE NIGHT, by Florence Ryerson 
(Florence Ryerson Clements) Sc Colin 
Clements. © 26Jul39; DU64760. Hal 
Ryerson (C of F. R. Clements): 
15Jun67; R412087. 

TRAITOR'S GATE; play in 3 acts by Morna 
Stuart (Morna Nicholas; © 23May39; 
DP64256. Morna Nicholas (A); 
5Apr67; R407948. 



TREASURE ISLAND; dramatized from Robert 
Louis Stevenson's story by Dorothy 
Drew. © 3NOV39; D67't't6. Children's 
Theatre Press (PWH); 22Mar67; 
Rlto6577. 

TROUBLE IN THE CELLAR; play in one act 
by Muriel Eldrldge & Richard Eldridge. 
© 20Jun39; DP64559. Muriel Eldridge 
& Richard Eldridge (A); 2ltMay67; 
RtlOiej. 

TRUE STORY; play in 3 acts by John Van 
Druten. ® 8jul39; DU64414 . Carter 
Lodge (E); 29Mar67; R4067U9. 

TULIP TIME; book by Worton David 4 
Alfred Parker, based on the play The 
strange adventures of Miss Brown, by 
Robert Buchanan & Charles Marlowe, 
lyrics by Bruce Sievier, music by 
Colin Wark, additional music & lyrics 
by Hubert W. David. Text. © SMay39; 
DP61t257. Hubert W. David (E) & F. M. 
Parker (W); 5Apr67; R409507. 

S? OAK DRIVE, by William Mahl. 

© 15Jun39; D6't345. William Mahl (A); 
3Apr67; R407276. 

TWO ON AN ISLAND; play in eleven scenes 
by Elmer Rice. ® 7Dec39; D67272. 
Elmer Rice (A); 20Jan67; R403425. 

TWO ON AM ISLAND; play in 11 scenes 
by Elmer Rice. © 25Mar40; D69563. 
Elmer Rice (A); 31Mar67; Rit07636. 



TWO TOO MANY; Chinese comedy in fifteen 
scenes by Cecilia Sieu-Ling Zung. 
© l4Dec39; DP67532. Cecilia Sieu- 
Ling Zung (A); 15May67; R'H0423. 

TWO TOO MANY; or, A wife and two extras. 
A comedy in fifteen scenes by Cecilia 
Sieu-Ling Zung. © 13Jun39; DU64094. 
Cecilia Sieu-Ling Zung (A); 15May67; 



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ULTIMA THULE, by Herbert V. Gellendre 
from the trlology Australia felix, 
The way home and Ultima Thule by 
Henry Handel Richardson. © 6Feb40; 
DU68366. Herbert V. Gellendre (A); 
7Feb67; R4o4o25. 



UP FROM THE GRAVE. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



V 

VOICE OF THE PEOPLE; play in 1 act by 
T. B. Morris. © 23May59; DP64255. 
Thomas Baden Morris (A); l4Mar67- 
R406319. 



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A WALTZ DREAM, an operetta in three 
acts; adaptor & revisor of book & 
lyrics, Edward Bradley; arrangement 
of music by Don Wilson. ® 31Dec39; 
D39771. Edward B. Marks Music Corp. 
(PWH); 5Jan67; R401134. 



WANTED- -MR. STUART, by Arthur Watkyn. 
© 31Mar39; DP639I5. Mrs. Arthur 
Watkins (W); 24jan67; R402770. 

WE DREAM AWHILE, by Kitty Keepers 
Voss. © 3Aug39; CII067. Kitty 
Keepers Voss (a) ; 12May67; R409713, 



WEST END HIGH, by James Reach. 

© 27Feb39; DP62192. James Reach (A); 
10Jan67; R402073. 



WHAT GOES ON HERE? Musical comedy in 
two acts by Lee Somers. Based on the 
novel Scoop, by Evelyn Waugh. Book 
only. © llJun40; D70416. Lee 
Somers (A); 21Jun67; E412225. 



WIPE AND TWO EXTRAS. 
TWO TOO MANY. 



See 



WILDCAT WILLIE; comedy in one act by 
Anne Coulter Martens. © 9Jun39; 
D64228. Anne Coulter Martens (A); 
lJun67; R4 10960. 



WINGS IN THE DARK; play In one act by 
Mary Thurman Pyle . ® 29Dec39; 
D68253. Louie Glover (Mrs. H. S.) 
(NK); 3Jan67; R401338. 



THE WISHING WELL; or. The golden 
gloves. Pageant-cantata, text & 
compilation of music by Elsie Duncan 
Yale. © 5Apr40; D3982I. Rodeheaver 
Co. (PWH); 3May67; R408936. 

WOMAN OVERBOARD, by Bella & Samuel 
Spewack. © 240ct39; DU66609. 
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 
(PWH); 7Feb67; R4o4o4o. 

A WOMAN'S A POOL; three act comedy by 
Dorothy Bennett & Link Hannah. 
© 23Jun39; DP65793. Dorothy Bennett 
& Link Hannah (A); 10Apr67; R408271 



WORLD WALKS IN, by J. Crosby & J. Gol- 
den. © 12Feb40; D68432. Zilla 
Lippmann & Milton Eindler (E of 
J. Golden); 13Feb67; R403953. 



YANKEE CLIPPER, a play in three acts by 
John Gunther. © 12Apr40; D69475. 
John Gunther (A); 13Apr67; R4o8l86. 



YOUIIG APRIL, a comedy in 3 acts 

by Aurania Rouverol & William Spence 
Rouverol. Sequel to Growing pains. 
© 20ct39; DU66541. Williams. Rou- 
verol (a) & Jean Rouverol Butler (C); 
10Jan67; R4C2027. 

THE YOUNG MAY MOON, by Olive Price 
(Olive Price Cherryholmes) 

© 24.;ar39; DP62579. Olive Price 

Cherryholmes (A); 24jan67; R402766. 



YOUR HEALTH DRAMATIZED; selected radio 
scripts by W. W. Bauer & Leslie 
Edgley. © 10Feb39; D62057 . 
W. W. Bauer (A); l6Jan67; R402483. 

YOU'RE TELLING ME; in 1 act by Sacha 
Guitry. © 21Apr39; D63335. Mme. 
Sacha Guitry, nee Lana Marconi (\l) ; 
£7Mar67; R406965. 



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LA ZOLFARA; dramma lirico in un atto di 
Giuseppe Adami; musica di Giuseppe 
Adarai; riduzione per canto e piano- 
forte di Simone Cuccia. © 10Peb39; 
DFO-39622. G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A. 
(PWH of S. Cuccia) & Carmela Mule 
(E of G. Mule); lFeb67; R403658. 

LA ZOLFARA; dramms lirico in un atto; 
libretto dl G. Adami per la musica 
di Gulseppe Mul4. Libretto. 
© 10Peb39; DFO-52010. Doretta Adami 
(C); lFeb67; R403655. 



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An index to the names of authors and copyright claimants given in the main entries. 
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 



Abrahams on J Gila. 
MIDHIGHT VIGIL. 

Abrams, Carl V. 

KING OF THE VINEYARD. 

Abrams, Joe I. 

PROBINOL . 
Abrash, Merrltt. 

WHICH WAY TO THE BARRICADES. 

Ackerman, Harold. 

HURRY MOMMY, THE WAR IS ON. 
MATINS . 

MRS. WINSTON'S AT HOME. 
PASSING THROUGH LIBERIA. 
OEDIPUS. 

Adami, Doretta. 
TAORMINA. (R) 
LA ZOLPARA. (R) 

Adamlj Giuseppe. 
TAORMINA. (R) 
LA ZOLFARA. (R) 

Adelman, Max. 
QUIET LIFE. 
Adelstein, Harry. 

STAY DOWN YOU'RE DEAD. 

Adjlll, Will, pseud. SEE Paer, 

William E. 
Adler, Cyrus. 

MUD PIES. 
Adler, Marvin. 
BROCKS PLACE. 

Adler, Regina. 

THE GIRL IN THE ASTRONAUT SUIT. 

Agazarian, Yvonne. 

SEQUENTIAL ANALYSIS OF VERBAL INTER- 
ACTION, APPLICATIONS I. 
SEQUENTIAL ANALYSIS OF VEHBAL INTER- 
ACTION, SAVI, CONCEPTS I. 
SEQUENTIAL ANALYSIS OF VERBAL INTER- 
ACTION, SAVI, MERCHANICS I. 

Agnos, Peter, pseud. SEE Adler, 
Cyrus . 

Ahn & Simroek Btlhnsn & Musikverlag. 

VLADIMIR KOMMT. 
Ahrens, Gertine. 

PAR ABOVE RUBIES. (R) 



Airmont Pub. Co., Inc. 
MAN AND SUPERMAN. 



Akbar, pseud. 
Jerome. 



SEE McMillan, William 



Aklns, James D. 

I AM DIFFERENT. (R) 

Aklns, Zoe. SEE Rumbold, Zoe Aklns. 

Aksel, Sophie C. 

STRANGERS IN THEIR LAND. 

Alana, Roqua. 
AFTERMATH. 

Albee, Edward. 

A DELICATE BALANCE. 

Alcott, Louisa May. 
A MERBY CHRISTMAS. 

Aldrich, David. 
SAFARI . 

Alexander, Fernande Gardner. 

HONEST MURDER. 
Alexander, Larry. 

LAPIS LAZULI. 

Alexander, Ronald. 

EVERY WHICHWAY. 
Alfonso, Rafael, pseud. SEE Bunuel, 

Rafael Alfonso. 
Alger, Horatio. 

RAGS TO RICHES. 

Alger, Horatio, Jr. 

TOM COOPER, CAPTAIN OF INDUSTRY. 



Alison, Valerie 

Victoria. 
Allan, Lewis, pseud. 

Abel. 
Allardice, Alice N. 

STANDING ON THE CORNER. 
Allardice, James. 

STANDING ON THE CORNER. 

Allsn, Ariel. 
WHODUNIT. 



pseud. SEE Lucas, 
SEE Meeropol, 



Allen, P. W. 

DANCING YEARS. 



(R) 



Allen, Gary. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 
W. E. B. DU BO IS CLUBS. 



Allen, Lois. 
MELODY JONES. 

Allen, Priscilla. SEE Zirker, 
Priscilla Allen. 

Allender, Fred. 
THE VIRGIN. 



Allison, Jone. 
Allison. 



SEE Mosman, Jone 



Alton, William Henry. 

EN TILVAERELSE UDEN FRYGT. 
GUDS MAKT SR ALLTID FOR HANDEN. 
EL HOMBRE ES ILIMITADO. 
IMMANENCE DU POUVOIR DIVIN. 
American Bar Assn. 

WHETHER TO INCORPORATE AND HOW TO IN- 
CORPORATE . 

American Oil Co. 
THE DIFFERENCE. 

Amfefican Society of Clinical Patholo- 
gists. See 
TRAVEL TAPES'. 
Americana International Enterprises. 
FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE' MENUS OP 
RESTAURANTS OP NEW YORK. 

Amir, Anda. SEE Pinkerfeld, Anda Amir. 
Anchorage Press. 

rags to riches. 

trudi'and the minstrel. 

Ander, Calvin. 

KLOPPING, the art OF JEWISH KARATE. 
Andersen, Hans Christian. 

THE SNOW QUEEN. 
Anderson, Alan. 

KEY LARGO. (R) 
Anderson, Alan H. 

JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM. (R) 

Anderson, Farris P. 

CONCERT AT SAINT OVIDE. 

Anderson, Prank A. 

THE MID-SOUTH INVENTOR'S FAIR. 

Anderson, Gllda Oakleaf. 
JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM. (R) 
KEY LARGO. (R) 



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Jan.-June 



Anderson (H. W. ) Products^ Inc. 
ANPROLENE SALES TRAINING PROGRAM, 

PART I-II. 
BARD SUMP PUMP SALES TRAINING 

PROGRAM. 
STERILIZATION, THEORY AND PRACTICE. 
THOROVAC SALES TRAINING PROGRAM. 

Anderson, Hayward M. 
THE BAD SCENE. 

Anderson, Maxwell. 

JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM. (R) 
KEY LARGO. (R) 

TIMEPLAN CREDIT SCORING SYSTEM. 
Anderson, Querttin. 

JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM. (R) 
KEY LARGO. (R) 

Anderson, R. A. 
MISS OUTERS PACE. 
Anderson, Raak. SEE Anderson, 
Richard Harlow. 
Anderson, Richard Marlovi. 

THE SURFER FROM LIMA. 
Anderson, Robert A. 
VIRTUE WINS OUT. 

Anderson, T. Dianne. 
PROM DISTANT ROOMS. 

Anderson, Terence. 

JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM. (R) 
KEY LARGO. (R) 

Anderson, Thomas J. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: FA- 
THER, WHERE SHALL I WORK TODAY. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: 

STRAIGHT TALK TO YOUNG PEOPLE. 
THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: THIS 
IS A CONFESSION. 

Andrews, Inez. 
LETTER TO JESUS. 

Anello, Bartholomew D. 

SIMPLY Q. TERRIFIC. 
Angelo, Dom. 

THE OSTRICH. 
Annetta, Kathleen. 

LE RENDEZVOUS. 
Anthony, Herbert P. 

A SKETCH IN CHARCOAL. 
Anthony, Joseph. 

THE BEST PART OF THE PARTY. 
Antinora, Bart. 

TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST. 

Appling, Harold. 
SOMEBODY KNOCKS. 
Appling, tfynn. SEE Appling, Harold. 

Arbuzov, Alexei. 
AN IRKUTSK STORY. 



Arcos, Agustin Gomez-. SEE Gomez-Aroos, 
Agustin. 

Ardltti, Bonnie. SEE Edelstein, 
Bonnie Arditti. 

Arete Productions, Inc. 

SWEET CHARITY. 
Argent Film Productions, Inc. 

SUBURBAN ROULETTE. 

Aristophanes. 
THE CLOUDS. 
DIE RE ITER. 

Arkin, David. 

DAWN CAME TO THE GHETTO. 
Arlett, Vera I. 

KEEPER OF THE KEYS. (R) 

Armfield, Maxwell. 

LADIES OP EDINBURGH. (R) 

Armont, Paul, pseud. SEE Petrocochino, 
Dlmitri. 

Armstrong, Charlotte. SEE Lewi, 
Charlotte Armstrong. 



Arnebold, William. 

WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED TO SPRING. 

Arnold, Dave. SEE Arnold, David H. 

Arnold, David H. 

DANCING DAN'S CHRISTMAS. 
THE THREE-A-DAY. 

Arnold, David H. SEE Showboat Co. 

Arnold, Marion Christopher. 

THREE OF A KIND. 
Arnott, Peter D. 

THE CLOUDS. 

Arnoux, Alexandre. 
LA DOUBLE HfiLfiNE. 

Aronson, Roslyn. 
RED WING. 

Arvay, Richard. 
QUARTETT . 

Ascher, Stanley.. 
THE SNOW QUEEN. 

Asgarali, Fazal N. 
C & D. 

Ashby, Clifford. 

THE HAUNTED HOUSE. 

Ashby, Sylvia. 

THE HAUNTED HOUSE. 
Ashe, Harry. 

THE SECOND VERMEER. 

Ashjian, Charles Garo. 
THE MARK OF A HERO. 

Ashman, Aharon. 
ALEXANDRA. 

Ashton, Bob B. 
BUM, C. DAISY. 

Asnyk, Radnona, pseud. 
Anna. 

Assin, Sally. 
THE ASCENT. 
PERILOUS JOURNEY. 
RETURN TO WONDER. 

Associated Music Publishers, Inc. 
THE VISITATION. 

Associates & Wllmac Productions. 
THE SPEED LOVERS. 

Assn. of Operating Room Nurses. 

TEACHING THE OPERATING ROOM TECH- 
NICIAN. 

Assn. of Operating Room Nurses. Tech- 
nician Manual Committee. 
TEACHING THE OPERATING ROOM TECHNI- 
CIAN. 

Aster, Betty. 

A FELLA FOR LISA. 

Atirao Management Corp. 

PUZZLE OP A DOWN FALL CHILD. 

Atkinson, Brooks. 

LIFE WITH FATHER. (R) 

Atlantic Programmes, Ltd. 
OSMOSIS. 

Atterbury, Glen W. 
THE ETERNAL FLAME. 
HEY, ME-DIC. 

Auer, Elizabeth. 
THURSDAY. 

Auer, Felix L. 

THURSDAY . 
Austin, William. 
THE MUDFLAT. 



SEE Ordynski, 



Austin, William A. 
THE SPACE INVADERS. 

Auz Castro, Victor. 

ENCRUCIJADA PARA UNA MONJA. 

Aven-Hen, A. 

JUDI LAURIE AND HER PUPPET GOVERN- 
MENT. 
Aven-Hen, Judi. 

JUDI LAURIE AND HER PUPPET GOVERN- 
MENT. 
Avery, Emmitt L. 
LOVE FOR LOVE. 

Avidom, Menahem. 
ALEXANDRA . 

Axelson, Mary McDougal. 

HERO. 
Ayme', Marcel . 

CORTEGE . 

LE MINOTAURE. 



B 



Bachmann, Ingeborg. 
DER JUNGE LORD. 
THE YOUNG MILORD. 

Backus, Anton Robert. 

I LIKE TO GO TO THE HORSE RACES. 

Baddeley, V. C. Clinton-. SEE 
Clinton- Baddeley, V. C. 

Badger, Patricia R. 
ONCE UPON A RHYME. 

Bagdasarian, Ross. 

SORRY ABOUT THAT, HERB. 

Bahr, Victor. 
BLENNERHASSETT. 

Bailey, Jesse K. , Jr. 
THE SMALL CIRCLE. 

Baines, James D. 

THE MOON WORSHIPPER. 
Baker, Charles N. 
DEAR JOE. 

Baker, Glennie Gorton. 
THE S.S. REUNION. 

Baker, John T. 

LADY AUDLEY'S SECRET. 

Baker, Julian Eugene. 

SPRING IS A GOODTIME CHARLIE. 
Baker (Walter H.) Co. 
MISS OUTERS PACE. 
SHADES OF GRAY. 

Balch, David Arnold. 
ISODORUS. 

Balch, Jack. 

DEAD SEA CAPER. ; 

Baldwin, Joseph B. 
THE COLOR IS GREEN. 

Bale, Earl R. - 

FRUITS OF THE WAYWARD PATH. 

Balfour, Mark. ! 

THE' CAIRO INCIDENT. ' 

THE HONG KONG STORY. 
THE LISBON AFFAIR. 
THE PARIS INTERLUDE. 
Balk, Wesley. 

DAS ENDE EINER WELT. , 

EIN LANDARZT. ' 

DAS WUNDERTHEATER . 

Ball, William. '■ 

NATALIA PETROVWA. 
Ballard, Everett V. „ ,„ ^,„ 

VARIATION OF JINGLE BELLS, OR THE ONB 
HORSE OPEN SLEIGH. 



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63 



Ballard, Martha F. 

VARIATION OF JINGLE BELLS, OR THE ONE 
HORSE OPEN SLEIGH. 
Ballentlne, Stephen William. 

DUBARRY WAS A LADY. (R) 

Bank of America National Trust fe 

Savings Assn. 
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MARKETING 

REGISTER . 
JOAN OF ARC. 
SAILOR AND A GIRL. 
WHAT EVERY YOUNG BRIDE SHOULD KNOW. 

Bank of America National Trust & Savings 
Assn., executor of the Estate of 
David 0. Selznick. SEE Selznick, 
David 0., Estate of. 



Banks, Morton A. 

POLLY WANTS A PIRATE. 



Baran, Jack. 

SO LONG NEW YORK, 



HOWDY EAST ORANGE. 



Barasch, Norman. 
BEST BEHAVIOR. 

Barbe, Anne, pseud. SEE Blanc, 

Ninette. 
Barbier, Augusta. 

BENVENUTO CELLINI. 

Bargy, Jeanne. 

ALICE IK WONDERLAND. 
SNOW WHITE GOES WEST. 
Barillet, Pierre. 

UN FEU PLUS TARD, UN PEU PLUS TOT. 

Barker, Al. 
CHEISSIE. 

Barker, Bruce Elliott. 
THE BOOK OF ABEL. 

Barnes, Dick. SEE Barnes, Richard G. 

Barnes, John W. 

THE RAPE OF THE FAIR COUNTRY. 

Barnes, Lake nan. 

PATTY SUE'S BIRTHDAY PARTY. (R) 

Barnes, Mitzi R. 
FOREVER FREE. 
WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL. 

Barnes, Richard G. 
FOREVER FREE. 
WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL. 

Baron, Steven E. 
BOSTON SOUL. 

Bart', Mylin Edward. 

THE BURNING OF THE PEGGY STEWART. 

Barrett, Myrtle. 

WHAT'S A PATRIOT. 
Barri, Nicholas. 

WAHCAZIZI. 
Barrows, Emma H. DeWolff. 

THE TANGIERS: LAS VEGAS. 
Barrovfs, James G. 

THE TANGIERS: LAS VEGAS. 

Barrymore, John. 
THE JEST. (R) 

Barsaeq, Andr^. 
L' IDIOT. 

Barstow, Stan. 

ASK ME TOMORROW. 
Bartenstein, Lydia. 
THE SANDPILE. 



Bartet, Julien, pseud. 
Maurice. 

Barthelson, Joyce. 
CHANTICLEER. 



SEE Vacher, 



Bartlett, James Allan. 

THERE SHE GOES. 
Bartlett, Lalle E. 

UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIPS: TWENTIETH 
CENTURY ECCLESIOLA IN ECCLESIA. 

Bartsch, Irene Palasty. 
ALTEREGO (AZ) (R) 
Basile, Salvatore, Jr. 

LOVE IS A FUNNY THING. 
Bates, Allan C. 
EXIT, THE. 

Bauer, Irv. 

AND IF SOME DREAM PAIL YOU. 

Bauer, William W. 

YOUR HEALTH DRAMATIZED. (R) 

Baughan, Grace . 

HOW PERICLES GOT INDOORS. 

Baum, Vicki. 
MARTHA. (R) 

Bayer, Barbara. 
DOROTHEA. (R) 

Bayer, Friedrich. 
DOROTHEA. (R) 

Bayer, Leo. 

ANOTHER ATHENS. 
MORTAL STAKES. 

Bayes, Ronald Homer. 

ONE MAN, LIKE A CITY: AN EVENING 
WITH WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS. 



Bayley, Jefferson, pseud. 
Jesse K. , Jr. 



SEE Bailey, 



SEE 



Bayly, John Ward, pseud. 
Gainfort, John. 
Beadle, Margaret Shapoott. 

VJHERE'S CHARLIE. 
Beal, Rosemarie Edith. 

HIGH HEELS AND FLAT FEET. 

Bealmear, Robert F. 

HORNS UP. 
Beccanulli, Antonio. 

THE MARINE AND THE GYPSY GIRL. 
Beccanulli, Nino. SEE Beccanulli, 

Ant onio . 

Becker, Carol. 

THE WALKIE-TALKIE. 

Becker, Fred R. 

CATHY CAMARO. , , 

CATHY CAMARO CONTEST (2) 
Beoker (Fred R.) Advertising Agency, 
Inc. 

CATHY CAMARO. 

CATHY CAMARO CONTEST (2) 

Becker, Randall W. 
I DREAM OF JEANNIE. 

Beckett, Samuel. 

PANORAMiA DU THEATRE NOUVEAU, VOUJME 
1: IE THEATRE DES ENFERS.. 
Bedetti, Michel, pseud. SEE Trojani, 
Michel. 

Beeh, J. Francis. 
PETER VERGEICHEK. 

Beeler, Myrton. 

TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO. 2. 

Beers, Henry N. 
THE CONSERVATOR. 



Behn, Aphra. 

THE ROVER. 

Beln, Albert. 

THE OTHER WOMEN. 



(R) 



Bartlett, Jim. 
James Allan. 



SEE Bartlett, 



Bein, Mary. 

THE OTHER WOMEN. (R) 

Belasco, Jacques. 
THE SNOW QUEEN. 



Bell, Dave. SEE Bell, David L. 

Bell, David L. 

DANCING DAN'S CHRISTMAS. 
THE THREE-A-DAY. 

Bell, David L. SEE Showboat Co. 
Bell, Ruth Estella. 

EXCERPT FROM ADDRESS AT ECONOMIC 
SEMINAR . 

Bellitto, Nicholas. 

THE HOUSE OF ROSANNA SPALATA. 

Benay, Jacques G. 

PANORAMA DU THEATRE NOUVEAU. 

Benedetto, Michael Di. 

THE BALLAD OP THE JUST MAN. 
Benedict, Stewart H. 
NOT GUILTY. 
Benes, jara. 

AUF DER GRUNEN WIESE. (R) 

Bengal, Ben. 

ELEGY ON RYE. 
Benjamin, Robert A. 
DARK CORNER. 

Benneche, Merle. 

OUT OF THE DARKNESS. 
Bennett, Dorothy,. 

CHARM WILL TELL. (R) 

JAITOY'S ONE-TRACK MIND. (R) 
STEPDAUGHTER. (R) 

A WOMAN'S A FOOL. (R) 

Bennett, Paul. 

THE FIREBRAND. 
Bennett, Richard Rodney. 

A PENNY FOR A SONG. 

Bennison, Leila B. 
ELEANOR . 

Benson, Reed A. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: AID TO 
THE EtrEMY. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCJETY REPORT: 
TRADE AND TREASON'. 
Bentkover , Jacob. 

HOME IS A HAPPENING AT THE OFFICE. 

Barg, David. 

A MOOSE IN THE HOUSE. 

Berger, Jan. 

WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS IS LOVE. 

Berger, John, pseud. SEE Krcmery, 
Karol. 

Berger, Theodore S. 
SHOEMAKERS' HOLIDAY. 

Berger, Walter Mahlman. 
THAT GIRL JULIE. 

Bergland Verlag, G.M.B.H. 

DIE VENEZIANISCHEN ZWILLINGE. 

DER VERBANNUNG AUS DEM ZAUBERHEICH. 

Bergman, J. Peter. SEE Bergman, 
Peter Jay. 

Bergman, Peter Jay. 

JANE EYRE. 
Bergmann, Maybelle E. Watson. 

MY IffiLANCHOLY BABY. (R) 

Berk, Juliene. 

THE VACUUM CLEANER. 

Berkley, James. 

APPROACHES TO LITERATURE, VOL.2. 

THE LITERATURE OF AMERICA, VOL.ll. 
PATTERNS OF LITERATURE, VOL.5- 

Berkowitz, Luci. 

OEDIPUS TYRAHNOS. 
Bernard, Kenneth. 

THE MOKE-EATER. 

Bernstein, A. A- 
THE MARK OF CAIN. 



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Jan.-June 



Bernstein, George. SEE Gruber, 
Mrae. George Bernstein. 

Bernstein, Henry. 
ELVIRE. (R) 

Bernstein, Robert A. 
THE SNOW QUEEN. 

Bernstein, Tonl, 

THE MERMAID. 
Berry, Warren J. 
GOODBYE TO APRIL. 

Bertinl, Rose. 

MIDNIGHT VIGIL. 
Berton, Ralph. 

A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND. 

Bethel United Church of Christ, 

Evansville, Ind. Men's Brotherhood. 
THE BEACON. 

Beverly, John, pseud. SEE Washington, 

George. 
Beze, Theodore de. 

FOUR RENAISSANCE TRAGEDIES. 

Biafore, Patricia Lopez. 
PEPE AND SHEBA. 

Bielesch, John. 

THE DEVIL'S BLOODY TRAIL. 

Bigelow, W. T. 
EVENING PRAYER. 
MORNING PRAYER. 

Biggar, J. B. 

CHARITY COMMITTEE. (R) 
Bill, Mary Fournier. 
PICKETT ' S CHARGE . 

Binge, B. B., pseud. SEE Herken, 
Leo M. 

Bingham, Dorothy A. 

LEARNING, BUT THE HARD WAY. 

Binns, Katherine Daln. 
THE BAKERS OF EEVERWYCK. 

Bil-absau, Andre. 
DAME NATURE'. (R) 

Birch (John) Society. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT. 

Bird, Lance. 

THE GOLDEN VANITY. 

Birkhead, Muriel C. 

A MEAL IN MINUTES. 
Birnbauffl, Ursula. 

DER SCHUHU UND DIE FLIEGENDE 
PRINZESSIN. 

Birnkrant, Samuel H. 
RAINBOW IN THE DARK. 

Birtwistls, Harrison. 
THE MARK OP THE GOAT. 

Bissell, Keith W. 
HIS MAJESTY'S PIE. 

Blackburn, Thomas. 
THE JUDAS TREE. 

^lackmore, Peter. 
LOT'S WIFE. (R) 

Blackwood, Granby, pseud. SEE 
Golden, Abraham. 

Blaisdell Pub. Co. 
AS YOU LIKE IT. 
MEASURE FOR MEASURE. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF 

DENMARK. 
THE TRAGEDY OF KING LEAR'. 



Blake, K. E., pseud. 
Katherine E. 



SEE Bowen, 



Blake, William Dorsey. 
C.yjTATA. 
THE KEY GAME. 
STARNAP. 

Blanc, Ninette. 

TIDE RIP. 
Bland, H. L. 

THIRTY MINUTES WITH SANTA CLAUS. (R) 
THIRTY MINUTES WITH THE PILGRIMS. (R) 

THIRTY MINUTES WITH WASHINGTON. (R) 

Bland, Joellen. 
RED WING. 

Blanton, Floyd A. 

FOUR START BUT FIVE GO TO CALIFORNIA. 
Blatt, Bernard. 

PETER'S FIRST PLAY. 

Blatt, Josef. 
SALOME . 
THE TALES OF HOFFMANN. 

Blau, Raphael David. 
GALACTIC PATROL. 

Bleioh, Jolem, pseud. SEE 
Goldenthal, Jolem. 

Blish, Jamss. 
A TRUE BILL. 

Bliss, Alice Caroline. 
THE AFRICAN TROPHIES. 

Bliss, Alice Wltherspoon. 
FIRE AT HALF-MOON BAY. 

Blitzstein, Marc. 

NO FOR AN ANSWER. (R) 

Bloch, Bertram. 
DARK VICTORY. (R) 

Bloch, Donald A. 
A CROWD OF STARS. 

Elomqulst, David Wels. 
A SPRINGTIME FOLLY. 

Bloom, Leo. 

BECAUSE- THERE WERE MORE OF THEM 
AROUND. 

Bloom, Prescott E. 
SKI PATROL. 

Blue, Barry, pseud. SEE Blumenkranz, 

Solomon Karl. 
Blue, Ira. , , 

NO HUMAN HAND. (R) 

Blumenkranz, Solomon Karl. 

PAPA GRUBERMACHER, TOYMAKER . 
Bode, William T. 

HERE COME THE CLIPPERS. 

Bodeen, DeWitt. 
SWAN SONG. 
WHAT EVERY YOUNG BRIDE SHOULD KNOW. 

Bod in, Duane L. 
MENU. 

Boeck, Johann A. 

I«IARIO UND SULLA. 
Boerez, Maurice. 

LE DIKTAT. 

Bogart, Leo. 

MASS MEDIA IN THE YEAR 2000. 

Boggs, Susie H. 

THE FRONTIER STORY. 

^°iiLUTE''T0' AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATER. 

Bolt, Lilian. 
THE FIX-ITS. 

Boito, Arrigo. 

U GIOCONDA. 
Boland, Clay A., Jr. 

CHRISTMAS SONG. 



DRAGON, HO. 

A VISIT TO THE DENTIST. 

A VISIT TO THE DOCTOR. 

Bolton, Guy. 

THREE AFTER THREE. (R) 

Bonooeur Productions, Inc. 

HAT OR RAINBOW. 
Bond, Johnny. 

THE CRAZY MIXED UP HOTEL. 
Bond, Tekla. 

THE TYRANT, PART I. 

Bonds, Judith Laurene. 
THE FAIRY WITCHMOTHER. 
THE MILLION DOLLAR SMILE. 

SOUTHERN FRIED SOUP. 

Bono, Sonny. 

CHASTITY. 
B66k41-j B6b. 

THE NEW FIRST FAMILY, I96H. 

Eoosey & Hawkes, Inc. 

MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA. 
NATALIA PETROVNA. 

Boosey S: Hawkes Music Publishers, Ltd. 
DES ESELS SCHATTEN. 

Booth, Thomas Lykes. 
IT'S TEXAS. 

Border, Doug. 
ABOUT FACE. 

Boressoff, Bernard. 

THE WORLDS OF MARK TWAIN. 
Borland, Betty Lou. 

THE LITTLE MAID. 

LOVE IS A MAGNET. 
Bosshardt, Elmer H. 

LIVING IN THE WORKSHOP OP THE INFI- 
NITE. 

Bowdler, Ralph. 
RATS. 

Bowen, Katherine E. 
I AM AN AMERICAN. 
Bowers, Willard. 
DESIGNATION BLUE. 
Bowman, Margaret Cochrane. 
YUCATAN . 

Bo:-', Sydney. 

GLAMOROUS NIGHT. (R) 

Boxell, Paul. 

MANY MANSIONS. (R) 

Boyd, Alice Elizabeth. 
A CHANCE ROMANCE. 
MARK TWAIN HEUTE ABEND. 

Boyer, Frank. 

ELECTRONIC INSTALLERS OF AMERICA, 
INC. PROVIDES WIDE SERVICES FOR THE 
COMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY. 

Boylan, Daniel Joseph Tobias. 

IF I HAD MY WHOLE LIFE TO LIVE OVER 
AGAIN, I WOULD GIVE THE PART TO AN 
UNDERSTUDY. 
Boylan, Eleanor. 

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. 

Boylan, Mary. 

CURLEY MCDIMPLE. 
Boylston, Mary Louise. 

OLD MAN TATTERBUG. (R) 

Boynton, Judd. 

THE MISTS OF UTZI-LOBOS. 

Braddock, Sara. 

THE SILENCE OF LARGHETTO. 

Braddon, Mary Elizabeth. 
LADY AUDLEY'S SECRET. 

Bradford, Mary. 

AUTUMN IN NEW YORK. 



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(R) 



Bradley, Alfred. 
ASK ME TOMORROW. 

Bradley, Edward. 
A WALTZ DREAM. 
Brady, Jack L. 

ELECTRONIC INSTALLERS OF AMERICA, 
INC. PROVIDES WIDE SERVICES FOR THE 
COMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY. 



Brady, Leo. 

BROTHER ORCHID. 



(R) 

pseud. 



SEE Marpol, 



SEE Barrett, 



BrahmSj Mussee A 

Raymon . 
Branch, Hettye Wallace. 

THE STORY OP 80 JOHN. 

Brandt, Frances, pseud. 
Myrtle. 

Brandt, Mae L. 

SHOULD ENVELOPES BE TRUSTED. 

Brandt, Ruth H. 

SHOULD ENVELOPES BE TRUSTED. 

Branham, Eugene 0. 
THE BROODING JOSHUA. 

Brannan, Robert Louis. 

UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MR. CHARLES 
DICKENS, HIS PRODUCTION OF THE 
FROZEN DEEP. 

Braswell, Don. 

A BRACE OF PLAYS ABOUT HAMILTON 
VALEDICT. 

Brattin, Jean. 

THE ENCHANTED LEGACY. 

Bratton, Karl H. 
THE BALD KNOBBERS. 

Braude, Michael. 
ROOM 129- 

Braun, Frances P. 

PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN STONE HOUSES 
SHOULDN'T THROW GLASS. 

Braun, Robert Edward. 

PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN STONE HOUSES 
SHOULDN'T THROW GLASS. 

Braun, Rudolph J. 

PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN STONE HOUSES 
SHOULDN'T THROW GLASS. 

Brazer, William P. 

C'EST TOUJOUR L' AMOUR ET LA GUERRE. 



Brazier, William P., 
Brazer, William P. 



pseud. SEE 



Brazy, Jacques W. 

THE UNDERWATER PINCH. 

Brschtj Barbara. 

MUTTER COURAGE UND IHRE KINDER. (R) 

Breoht, Bertolt. SEE Brecht, Eugen 

Berthold Friedrlch. 
Bffeftht, Eugsn Berthold Priedrich. 

JUNGLE OF CITIES ANT) OTHER PLAYS'. 

LEBEN DES GALILEO. (R) 

MUTTER COURAGE UND IHRE KINDER. (R) 

THE VISIONS OP SIMONE MACHARD . 

Brecht, Helene Weigel. 

MUTTER COURAGE UND IHEE KINDER. (R) 

Brecht, Stefan S. 
BRECHT ON BRECHT. 
MUTTER COURAGE UND IHRE KINDER. (R) 

Brecht, Stefan Sebastian. 
LEBEN DES GALILEO. (R) 

Breen, Robert. 
BROTHER GO. 

Breen, Wilva, 
BROTHER GO. 

Breffort, Alexandre. 

MON NE2 SUR LA COMMODE. 



Brendel, Bettina. 
THE GENIUSES. 

Brendle, Mary. 
BORN ANEVf. 
CIRCUS. 

RUG LIGHTS. 
WALLPAPER. 

Brennan, Edward. 

MAXIMUM EFFORT. 
Brewer, George Emerson, Jr. 

DARK VICTORY. (R) 

Briant , Virginia . 
THE CATALYST. 

Brickley, Joseph. 

BOBBINS & ASSOCIATE. 

Bridge Corp. of America. 

PLAY BRIDGE WITH THE EXPERTS. 

Brighouse, Barbara. 
BRITISH PASSPORT. (R) 

Brighouse, Harold. 

BRITISH PASSPORT. (R) 

Bright Tunes Music Corp. 
AMAZING GRACE. 
BE YOURSELF. 
BURN BABY BURN. 
THE COURAGE TO REPENT. 
DAWN OF A NEW DAY. 
THE DEATH OF ANY MAN. 
FEAR KNOCKED AT THE DOOR. 
HANDWRITING ON WALL. 
KEEP THE FAITH BABY. 
LOVE YOUR ENEMIES, THE POWER OF LOVE. 

A MANDATE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE. 
MY DEAR COLLEAGUES. 
ONE DAY. 

THE POWER OF PRAYER. 
A SENSE OP Sm. 

THIS THING, THIS THING, JESUS. 
WHAT'S IN YOUR HAND. 

Brilant, Arthur M. 

MURDER IS. 
Brinson, Rosemary Greene . 

PRESCRIPTION: LOVE (RX: LOVE:) 

Britten, Benjamin. 
ALBERT HERRING. 

Broadman Press. 

DEVOTIONAL DRAMAS FOR A MISSION 

WITNESS. 
DEVOTIONAL DRAMAS FOR EASTER. 

Broderick, Patricia. 

MAVEOMICHAELIS . 
Brodsky, Marvin Alyn. 

JOSHUA . 

Brome, Robert. 
PIGEON. 

Br oner, E. M. 

SUMMER IS A FOREIGN LAND. 
Bronte, Charlotte. 

JANE EYRE. 

Brookins, Dana. 

FINN MCCOUL AND THE CUHULLIN. 

Brooks, Mel. 

GET SMART. 
Brooks, Richard E. 

THE BIG LITTLE FISHERMAN. 

FOUR WAY SPLIT. 

Brooks, Thomas E. 
HANDS UP, HARRY. 

Broones, Martin. 

UNE DECOUVERTE QUI REPOND AUX BESOINS 
D'AUJOURD'HUI. 



Broudy, Shaunee Laurence. 
FLAME. 
HAUNTED YE/\RS. 

Brown, Harris L. 
UNCOVER MOONSHINE. 

Brown, James M. 

THE INDICATOR DIAGRAM, NEW MEANING, 
NEW USEFULNESS. 

Brown, James N. 

TOMORROW WAS YESTERDAY. 

Brown, Jane r. 

RELAXATION. 
Brown, John Theodore. 

THE BLOOD STREET PLACE. 

Brov;n, Milton L. 

THIS SOLDIER'S PRAYER. 

Brown, Ralph Vernon. 

PROLOGUE TO MARTYRDOM. (R) 

Brown, Robert G. 

LINCOLN, PART TWO. 

Brown, Robert K. 

PROLOGUE TO MARTYRDOM. (R) 

Brown, Steve. 
CHRISTMAS SONG. 

Bl-ufening, Joseph H. 

THE MID-SOUTH INVENTOR'S FAIR. 
Brunner, Theodore F. 

OEDIPUS TYRANUOS. 

Bryan, Alfred. 

THE SYMPHONT OF THE GRAND CANYON. 

Bryan, Frances. 

THE ENCHANTED LEGACY. 

Bryant, Joseph, Jr. 
I HAVE A FRIEND. 

Bryngelson, Mary Ellen. 

YOU DON'T MIND IP I DIG YOUR MOTHER, 
DO YOU. 
Brzozowski, Edward. 

THE LEGEND OF A SUMMER PLACE. 

Bueci, Mark. 

THE HERO. 
Buchanan, George. 

FOUR RENAISSANCE TRAGEDIES. 
Buchanan, Maurice DeMars. 

NOBODY HERE BUT US PEOPLE. 

Buchner, Norman Eugene. 
REYOGALAXATION. 

Buhrman, Bert, 

THE BALD KNOBBERS. 

Bunce, Cora jane Diane. 
THE LITTLE DIPPER. 

Bunuel, Rafael Alfonso. 
IT'S ALL TOO LATE. 

Burgess, Margaret. 
MAN LOST. (R) 

Burgess, Peggie. SEE Burgess, Margaret. 

Burgos Suarez, Gabriel Moreno-. SEE 
Moreno-Burgos Suarez, Gabriel. 

Burke, Tom. 
ABOUT FACE. 

Burkett, Mrs. J. C. SEE Burkett, 
Mary Lou Cooke. 

Burkett, Lou. SEE Burkett, Mary Lou 
Cooke. 



Burkett, Mary Lou Cooke... 
OILTOWN, TEXAS, U.S.A. 

Burnett, Ivy Compton- 
Burnett, Ivy. 



SEE Compton- 



Burning Bush Music . 

SEX, SCHOOL AND LIKE OTHER PRESSURES. 



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Jan.-June j 



Burrell, John. 

THE CONVENIENT MARRIAGE. 
THE MUMMERS. 



SEE Birkhead, 



Burroughs, David, pseud. 
Gary Erall. 



SEE Schmidt, 



Burroughs, Margaret. 

WHAT SHALL I TELL MY CHILDREN WHO ARE 
BLACK. 

Burton, Joanne. 
YONDER. 

Burwell, Basil. 

CARRICK1>IABAUNA. 
Bus-Fekete, Leslie. 

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. (R) 
Busenello, Giovanni Francesco. 

THE CORONATION OF POPPEA. 
Butler, Donald T. 

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. 

Butler, Henry. 

MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA. 

Butler, Jean Rouverol. 
YOUNG APRIL. (R) 

Butler, Robert Olen. 

PARTITA FOR AUTUMN TWILIGHT. 
YOU TALK OF DREAMS. 
Butler, Thome J. 

TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO.l. 

Butt, Edith G. 
OF ROYAL BIRTH. 

Byk, Jon Franklin. 

FUZZY BUTTON RADIO PROMOTION. 
Bynum, Gary. 

HORNBLEND . 

Byrne, Brian J. 

THE SHADOW. (R) 
Byrne, John Joseph i 

HERITAGE OF THE SHANAUGHREE. 

Byrne, John M. 

LOVE ON A WIDE SCREEN. 

Byrnes, Thomas E. 

INEVITABLE HOUR. (R) 
Byrnes, Tom. 

NORGE IS67 DISTRIBUTORS MEETING. 



C & D Productions. 
BOSTON SOUL. 

Cabrera, Jose Antonio Gutierrez. 
FIN DE SEMANA EN TELEVISION. 



LA TREMENDA CORTE. 



Cadvjallader, John Reece. 

THE ZOOID GAINS KATURENESS . 

Caillaud, Norbert. 
HAIR BEAUTY METHOD. 

VISIT TO A FRENCH BEAUTY-SALON. 



Calne, Milt. SEE Cajne, Milton A. 

Calne, Milton A. 
IT'S ALWAYS YOU. 

Cairncross, Andrew S. 
THE SPANISH COMEDY. 
Calabrese, Dan. 
BREAKDOWN . 

Callahan, Madeliene. 
LOVE AT THE FAIR. 

Callahan, William. 
LOVE AT THE FAIR. 



Calvert, Muriel. 
Muriel C. 

Cambridge Records, Inc. 
THE CORONATION OF POPPEA. 

Campbell, Edward Irving. 
GREEN STAMPS. 

Campbell, Gordon F. 

DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP: DE GODS- 
DIENST VOOR EEN WETENSCHAPPELIJKE 
EEUW. 

HVAD STOLER DE PA. 

KRISTEN VETENSKAP: RELIGIONEN FOR EN 
VETENSKAPLIG TIDSALDER. 

Campbell,' Jack K. 
THE BINOCULARS. 
Campbell, James B. 

FIRST TO SEE THE LIGHTS GO ON. 

Campbell, Janice. 
ALBUMBLATT. 

Campbell, Jim. 
BACK HOME. 



SEE Campbell, 



Calvert, Melody. 
Muriel C. 



SEE Birkhead, 



Campbell, Owen, pseud. 
James B. 
Campbell, Pamela P. 
THE ELF'S NUGGET. 



Campbell, Robert. 

THE KNIGHTS OF THE STEPS. 

Campbell, Robert M. 
SON OF LILY FORTUNE. 

Campus, Steven. 

SETTING UP A ROOM. 

Campus, Sue Ellen. 
SETTING UP A ROOM. 

Campus Film Productions, Inc. 
SETTING UP A ROOM. 

Cannon, Terence M. 

GALOIS. 
Canon, J. Lawrence. 

THE SAGA OF ROARING GULCH. 

Canton, Robert C. 
THE HIP SET. 

Caputo, Pasquale. 

SPAGHETTI SAUCE AND OTHER DELIGHTS. 
Carballido, Emilio. 

THE DAY THEY LET THE LIONS LOOSE. 

I TOO SPEAK TO THE ROSE. 

Cardenas, Rose M. 
THE SHADE PEOPLE. 

Cardwell-Westinghouse . 

THE NEW C-W MARK H-60 HYDRAULIC 
FRICTION DRAFT GEAR. 

Carette, Louis. 

UN JOUR, J'AI RENCONTRE LA 'VERITE. 

Carey, Ron. 

THE SLIGHTLY IRREVERENT COMEDY OF 
RON CAREY. 
Carl, Kenneth M. 

JUDO WAS HIS WEAPON. 

Carlson, Raymond. 

LOOK AT MY BODY IT'S VJILD. 

Carmichael, H. Kenn. 

AT THE CROSS, THE JERUSALEM CYCLE. 

Carolina Population Center, University 
of North Carolina. SEE North Carolina. 
University. Carolina Population 
Center. 

Carpenter, Donald G. 

THE DOUBLE FLASHBACK. 
Carr, Dorothy. 

PRESENT FROM SALTSEA . (R) 

Carr, Thomas. 

THE TWO-FOR-ONE. 



Carroll, John A. 
ADELHEID . 

Carroll, Lewis, pseud. SEE Dodgson, 
Charles Lutwidge, 

Carroll, Paul Vincent. 
FAREWELL TO GREATNESS. 

KINDRED. (E) 

Carter, Conrad C. 

GLAMOROUS NIGHT. (R) 
NU FOES SHALL STAY. (R) 

Carter, Mary G. 
SEARCH ME. (R) 

Carter, N. B. C. 

NO FOES SHALL STAY. (R) 
Carter, Mrs. N.-B. C. 
GLAMOROUS NIGHT. (R) 

Carter, Randolph. 
THE LATE LATE SHOW. 
MONKEYS AND MEN. 

Caruso, Joseph G., Jr. 
BIFF. 

Case (J. I.) Co. 

THE CASE 750 CRAWLER. 
CASE WINDROW SPECIAL COMBINES. 

THE 580 CONSTRUCTION KING. 

ONE-FIFTY-FIVE AND ONE-NINETY-FIVE 

COMPACT TRACTORS. 
PROFIT POWER. 
SERVICE IS PROFITABLE. 

680 CONSTRUCTION KING. 
THAT OTHER BUSINESS, PT.II. 
THE W-g SERIES B LOADER, TOPS IN 
VALUE. 
Case, William. 

THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT THAT BOY. 



-(R) 



Casoary, Vera. 

RING TWICE FOR LORA. 

Casseil, Richard A. 

WHAT IS THE PLAY. 
Cassidy, Vin. 

THE PUPPET TREE. 



Castro, Victor Auz . SEE Auz Castro, 
Victor. 
Gates, William Wesley. 
THE DIRECTOR. 

Cathedral Square Pub. Co., Inc. 
THE ANATOMY OF DRIVING. 

Caudill, Venson. 

THE COST OP ISOLATION. 

Cauley, Harry. 

ANY EVE. FOR ADAM. 
MISS TUSCALOOSA. 

Cavalli, Francesco. 
L'ORMINDO. 
Cavallo, Johnny. 
TASTE LIKE MORE. 

Cavanaugh, Eugene C. 

DANCING DAN'S CHRISTMAS. 

THE THREE-A-DAY. 

Cavanaugh, Eugene C. SEE Showboat Co. 

Cavanaugh, Gene. SEE Cavanaugh, 
Eugene C. 

Cavrell, Otis. 

BURN A CANDLE FOR THE LIVING. 

Cazanave, George. 

A GOOD IDEA. 
Cazanave, Mary. 

A GOOD IDEA. 

Cazden, Joanna. 
DAWN OF EDEN. 



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1967 



NAME INDEX 



SI 



Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc. 
CHRISTMAS EVE IN HEAVEN. 
MOM AND DAD. 

Ceravolo, William. 

ORAL LECTURE ON INSTANT CAMPER AND 
INSTANT CAMPERS RELATED CHARACTERS. 

Cern, Jules. 

DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP: HEER- 

SCHAPPIJ OVER HET ATOOM. 
DIE CHRISTLICH WISSENSCHAPT: DIE 

HERRSCHAFT USER DAS ATOM. 

LA CIENCIA CRISTIANA: SOLUCION 
DIVINA PARA TODO PROBLEMA HUMAHO. 
LA CIENCIA CRISTIANA: SU REVELACION 

DIVINA Y SU APLICACIOK HUMANA. 
LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE ET LA MAITRISE 

DE L'ATOME. 

LA SCIENZA CRISTIANA: DOMINIO 

SULL'ATOMO. 

Cervantes, Miguel. 

DAS WUMDERTHEATER . 
Cervantes, Miguel de. 

CAMACHO'S IVEDDING. 
Cessna, Ralph W. 

HAY UN DIOS. 

Cessna, Robert T. 

A FEW OF THE USUAL NUDES. 

Chandler, Jerry T. 

A DAISY CHAIN. 

THE MERIVALES. 

PASTORALE. 

THE RAINBOW SHOT. 
Chapin, Robert Frayne . 

GREAT AMERICAN FAMILY. (R) 

Chappell, William. 

THE VIOLINS OP SAINT-JACQUES. 

Charboneau, Francis. 
BROTHER, COME RUNNING. 

Charfoos, Lawrence S. 
LET'S MAKE A PLAY. 

Charles, J. D. SEE Hanidis, Julie 
Charles. 

Charles, Julie. SEE Hanidis, Julie 
Charles. 

Charlton, Jeanne Murray. 
PUPPET PLAYS. 

Chase, Hamilton. 

SCIENCE AND BELIEF. 

Chase, Harold Taylor. 
SCIENCE AM) BELIEF. 

Chastain, Donald G. 

HORNS UP. 
Chaucer, Geoffrey. 

CHANTICLEER. 

Chazin, Edviard. 
BRIEFCASE. 
A PRIMER OF A CONTROVERSIAL FIGURE. 

Chekhov, Anton Pavolvich. 
THE DUEL. 
LA.TE BLOOMING FLOORS. 

THE SEAGULL. 

Cherrell, Guen. 

THE MADAM. 
Cherryholmes, Olive Price. 
THE YOUNG MAY MOON. (R) 

Chlanese, Merle. 

GLASS GIRL. 
Chibeau, Edmond V., Jr. 
TOUPEE OR NOT TOUPEE. 
Chicago. University. 

THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF WILLIAM 
CONGKEVE . 

Chidsey, Alan Lake. 
ASTRONOMICA. 
HAPPY WILL TOMORROW BE. 
SAIL-HO. 



Chidsey - Kevan Enterprises. 
ASTRONOMICA. 
HAPPY WILL TOMORROW BE. 
SAIL-HO. 

Children's Theatre Committee of the 
Junior League of Philadelphia. SEE 
Philadelphia. Junior League. Chil- 
dren's Theatre Committee. 

Children's Theatre Press. 
THE GHOST OF MR. PENNY. (R) 
TREASURE ISLAND. (R) 

Chipman, Sylvia. 

MAKE LOVE, NOT WAR. 

Chocheles, Ir^vin. 
KING BORU. 

Chomont, Kenneth Louis. 

THE PLACE OF FEAR AND PEACE. 
Choudens, Editions. 

BENVENUTO CELLINI. 

Chouraqui, Andre. 
MIDNIGHT VIGIL'. 

Christensen, J. A. 

THE EMPEROR OF THE MOON. 
NEW CLOTHES FOR HARLEQUIN. 
PUNCHINELLO AND THE DONKEY. 

Christy, Angela. 

ISAIAH'S DAHCE. 
Cimarosa, Domenico. 

LE ASTUZIE PEMMINILI. (R) 

Cirtain, James W. 

LIFE IS MORE THAN A LOOK. 

Citron, Samuel J. 

WHEN A CANDLE IS LIGHTED. 

City Film Corp. 
ULYSSES. 



Clark, Helen M. 
MOONSET. (R) 

Clark, Isaac Edgar. 

A DAY IN THE NATIONAL PARKS AND 
OTHER BAND MAGIC HALFTIME SHOWS 
FOR BAWDS. 

Clark, James Nisbet. 

LETHE AND MIMIR WHERE PEOPLE GATHER. 

Clark, Ralph Grames. 

KATHLEEN, THE MAID OF KILLARNEY. (R) 

Clark, Robert. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 

Clark, Sarah Grames. 

KATHLEEN, THE MAID OF KILLARNEY. (R) 

Clark, Susan L. 
PAROUSIA. 

Clarone, pseud. SEE Claudio, Cesare S. 

Classic Text Tapes. 
.'•lARKHEIM. 
LES MISERABLES. 

KEVJ CHRONICLES OF REBECCA, JACK-O'- 
LANTERN . 

Claudel, Paul. 

L'ANNOUNCE FAITE A MARIE. (R) 
JEANNE D'ARC AU BUCHER. (R) 

A VOICE LIKE THE HUMAN VOICE. 

Claudel, Mme. Paul. SEE Claudel, 
Reine Sainte Marie Perrin. 

Claudel, Reine Sainte Marie Perrin. 
L'ANHONCE FAITE A MARIE. (R) 

Claudio, Cesare S. 
THE THIN MASK. 

Clayton, James, pseud. SEE Harrison, 
James E., Jr. 



Clemens, Samuel Langhorne. 
HUCK FINN. 
TOM SAWYER. 
ROUGHING IT. 

Clement, Victor. 

LOVER DESPITE HIMSELF. 

Clements, Colin. 
JUNE MAD. (R) 

THAT'S HOLLYWOOD. (R) 
THROUGH THE NIGHT. (R) 

Clements, Florence Ryerson. 
JUNE MAD. (R) 
THAT'S HOLLYWOOD. (R) 
THROUGH THE NIGHT.' (R) 

Clendenen, Laurel Ernestine Davenport, 

THE LITTLE LOST STAR. 
Clinton-Baddeley, v. C. 

THE WHAT D'YE CALL IT. 

Clork, Harry. 

SEE m LAWYER. (R) 

Clurman, Harold. 

FIVE EVENINGS. 
Coates, James Jimmy. 

TO MOM WITH GLORY. 

Coca-Cola Co. Duncan Foods Co. SEE 
Duncan Poods Co. 

Cochrane, Peggy. SEE Bowman, 

Margaret Cochrane. 
Cockrell, Marian. 

WHAT EVERY YOUNG BRIDE SHOULD KNOW. 

Cocteau, Jean. 

LES MONSTRES SACRES. (R) 

cafsr, Martha. 
ABOUT PACE. 

Coffee, Lenore. SEE Cowen, Lenore 
Coffee. 

Cohen, Harold. 

THE SECRET FORMULA. 

Cohen, Martin A. 

JUDAISM'S COMING GOLDEN AGE: THE 
PROMISE AND PROSPECT OF AMERICAN 
JEWRY. 
Cohn, Ruby. 

TWENTIETH CENTURY DRAMA: ENGLAND'^ 
IRELAm, THE UNITED STATES. 

Colby, Ronald. 

HALSTEAD'S HOUSE. 

Cole, Grover C. 
THE BLUE CASINO. 

Colette, pseud. SEE D'Amario, Prank. 
Collier, Kenneth F. 

A WILTED AFTERNOON IN HEAVEN. 

Colllnge, Patricia. 
DAME NATURE. (R) 

Collins, Freda. 

FOOLISHNESS OF GOD. (R) 

CoUitt, E. Flo. 
DARKNESS AND DAWN. 

Collodi, Carlo. 

PINOCCHIO AND THE FIRE-EATER. 
Colombo (Franco) Inc. 

LA B0HEI1E. 

LA GIOCONDA. 

Colpet, Max. 

MILLIONEN FUR PENNY. 
Colton, J. Geoffrey. 

JOURNEY IN FOREVER. 

Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. 
ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 
SNOW WHITE GOES WEST. 
Combs, Prentiss. 
THE SIGN. 

Comden, Betty. 

I'M GETTING MARRIED. 



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Jan.-June 



Compton-Burnettj Ivy. 

A HERITAGE AND ITS HISTORY. 

Condit, Eloise. 

THE ROYAL ROGUES. 
ConforteSj Claude. 

LE MARATHON. 
Congdonj Marie. 

MUSICAL VERSION OF LITTLE WOMEN. (R) 
Congreve, William. 

THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF WILLIAM 
CONGREVE . 

LOVE FOR LOVE. 

CortklSj Ellsworth Prouty. 

GOLD IS WHERE YOU DON'T FIND IT. (R) 

Connecticut Bank 8: Trust Co. , Hartford. 
MEN DON'T CHANGE. (R) 
SOLO PLAYS. (R) 

Connellj Christopher Thomas. 

RHONDA. 
Connell, Richard. 

BROTHER ORCHID. (R) 

Conoverj Grandin R, 

THE PARTY ON GREENWICH AVENUE. 

Conrad, Christine. 
TOM OP BEDLAM. 

Considine, Robert. 
LADIES DAY. (R) 

Conway, David J. 
SUZY CREAMCHEESE. 

Cook, C. James. 
EMPRESS BROWN. 

Cook, Richard. 
THE INHERITORS. 
REUNION. 

Cooke, Edna Gallmon. 
BOTTLES OF TEARS. 
HE'S COMING BACK AGAIN. 
HIS BLOOD HAS MADE ME WHOLE. 

Cooper, Mrs. Frank M. SEE Cooper, 
Ruth Lindsay Hughes . 
Cooper, Gerald. 

TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO. 2. 

Cooper, Merlan C. 
A MERRY CHRISTMAS. 

Cooper, Michael. 

A CLOCKWORK ORANGE. 

Cooper, Pat. SEE Caputo, Pasquale. 

Cooper, Ruth Lindsay Hughes. 
BAHRUM GUR. (R) 

Cooper, Theodore Gleston, Jr. 
CHOCOLATE BOY. 
MACK. 

Cooper, Wyatt. 

OH, TO BE WITH MOTHER, NOW THAT 
FATHER'S HERE. 
Copani, Peter. 

BLISS . 

LETHE AND MIMIR >IHEEE PEOPLE GATHER. 

Copenhaver, Charles William, Jr. 
HOW TO BURY YOUR BROTHER. 

Coppola, Anton. 

SALUTE TO AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATER. 
Coppola, Vincent. 
DE TROP. 

Coral Reef Photographers, Inc. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY. 
Cordell, Alexander. 

THE RAPE OF THE FAIR COUNTRY. 

Corig, John. 
ALL THE SAME. 

Corneille. Pierre. 
LE CID. 

Cornell University. 

UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MR. CHARLES 
DICKENS, HIS PRODUCTION OF THE 
FROZEN DEEP. 



Cornish, Roger N. 
THE LAUNDROMAT-DAY . 



Cornwall, J. Spencer. 
MARITANA. (R) 

Cosentino, Nicholas. 

THE GIRLS BOARDING SCHOOL. 

Cosmatos, George P.. 
ECHO OF A SCREAM. 

Costello, Kevin, pseud. SEE McCann, 
Gerald Aloyslus. 

Cottrell, Richard E. 
A KISS FOR A LIFETIME. 

Courtney, George W., Jr. 
THIS IS OUR FLAG. 

Cousins, Francis William. 

LA CIENCIA CRISTIANA OFRECE LA VERDA- 
DERA LIBERTAD A LA HUMANIDAD. 

Coward, Noel. 

CURTAIN CALLS. (R) 

Cowart, Rosa Cash. 

THUNDERING SOUNDS OF THE WEST. 
Cowen, Lenore Coffee. 

FAMILY PORTRAIT. (R) 
Cowen, William Joyce. 

FAMILY PORTRAIT. (R) 

Cowen, Mrs. William Joyce. SEE 
Cowen, Lent re Coffee. 

Cox, Edward L. 

WE OWE IT ALL TO EDGAR J. 

Cox, Elizabeth Anne. 
YANKEE GO HOME. 

Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency. 

AL SWENSON FORD. 

ALPINE INN AND MOTOR LODGE. 

BECKER AND BURNS. 

MELCHIORRE CHEVROLET. 

QUAKER CITY DODGE. 
Coxe, Louis 0. 

VANITY FAIR. 

Coy, Dianne. 

THE ODYSSEY OP A BASTARD. 

Coyle, Alexander T. 
JESUS MINUS TEN. 

Craddock, Francis Dallas, III. 
GLEANERS OF WEEDS. 

Cramer, Laurence Charles. 
I DIED A SOLDIER, PART 2. 



Crane, Larry. 
Mahlman. 



SEE Berger, Walter 



Crang, Alan. 

THE MARK OF THE GOAT. 

Craven, Mary. 
PAVANNE . 

Crawford, John Alexander, III. 
CRADLE ME. 
SIRENS . 

Crawford, Tad. SEE Crawford, John 
Alexander, III. 

Craze, Frances. 

CLARENCE, CONTROL YOURSELF. 

Crone, Glenn P. 

THERE REALLY IS A SANTA GLAUS. 

Crosby, John. 

WORLD WALKS IN. (R) 

Cross, Beverley. 
HALF A SIXPENCE. 

Cfouss, Anna E. 

LIFE WITH FATHER. (R) 

Grouse, Lindsay Ann. 
LIFE WITH FATHER. (R) 



Crouse, Russel . 

LIFE WITH FATHER. (R) 

Crouse, Timothy. 

LIFE WITH FATHER. (R) 

Crowley, John Michael. 
THE GOLDEN VANITY. 



SEE Croy, Mae 



Croy, Mrs. Homer. 
Savell. 

Croy, Mae Savell. 
CATNIP LANE.. 

Crozier, Eric. 
ALBERT HERRING. 



Crulckshank, Allan. 
POLLY WANTS A PIRATE. 

Cruse, Howard Russell. 
THE SIXTH STORY. 

Cuccia, Simone, 
LA ZOLFARA. (R) 

Cule, C. P. 
TERIKE . 

Cullen, Alan. 

TRUDI AND THE MINSTREL. 

Culter, Richard Eugene. 

THE LADY WHO LOOKED LIKE A BULLDOG. 

Cunningham, Jack. 

WISP IN THE WIND. 
Cunningham, Phyllis Penn. 

LEGEND OF THE CHERRY TREE. 



pseud. SEE 



Curran, Ana stasia, 
Septant, June. 

Curti, Victor M. 
WITH THE TIDE. 

Curtis, Mabel M. 

DREAM OF THE DORMOUSE. 

Cuttingham, George. 
THE DESERTER. 

Cyrus, Paul King, pseud. SEE Curti, 
Victor M. 



Dachs, David. 

I GOT DENVER LAST NIGHT. 

Dagan, Gabriel. 
THE REUNION. 

Dahdah, Robert. 
CURLEY MCDIMPLE. 

Daisyfields Corp. 

AMY VANDERBILT SPOTS. 

Dalman, Georges. 
ALBERT HERRING. 

Dalton, A. Winnifred Seymour. 

PUBLICITY A NO-NO TO PUBLICITY A GO- 
GO. 



Dalton, Freddie Seymour. 
A. Winnifred Seymour. 

Daly, John Jay. 
THE GREAT SECRET. 

D'Amario, Prank. 
THE BEWITCHED BOY. 

D'Ambroslo, Barbara. 
SIMPLY (J. TERRIFIC. 

Dana, Richard. 
THE BOOKWORM. 



Dana, Richard Henry. 

TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST. 

Dane, Clemence. 

TESS OF THE D ' URBERVILEES . 



SEE Dalton, 



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69 



SEE Korfhage, 



D'Angelo, Salvatore J. 

THE TWENTY-FIFTH CENTURY COMIC. 

Danielewski, Tadeusz Z. 
A KIND OF TREASON. 

Daniels, Mary Louise. 

CLOTHES MAKE THE PIRATE. 

Danser, John. 

THE MARK OF CAIN. 

Dansicker, Michael E. 
TOM SAWYER. 

Darien, Thomas. 
IL PAPA E MORTE. 

Darion, Joe. 

MAN OF LA MANCHA. 
Dai-yah, Melcena Rose. 

HOLLYWOOD IS A FAMILY AFFAIR. 

Da Silva, Howard. 

THE ZULU AND THE ZAVDA. 

Daugherty, Edith. 
FLIGHT WITH GLORY. 

Davenport, Da\'id5 pseud. 
David Davenport. 

Davenport, John. 

THE NEW C-W MARK H-60 HYDRAULIC 

FRICTION DRAFT GEAR. 
OPPORTUNITY-KNOWLEDGE . 
OPPORTUNITY-POWER . 
OPPORTUNITY, PROFIT, CORN AND BEANS 

VERSION . 
OPPORTUNITY- PROFIT, \fflEAT AND GRAINS 

VERSION. 

Davenport, Robert George. 
THE PESSIMIST. 
David, Hubert W. 
TULIP TIME. (R) 

David, Marv. 

ROYAL CROWN COLA I967 BOTTLER MEET- 
INGS. 
THEME FINALE. 

David, Michael Robert. 
THE ANXIETY QUOTIENT. 
KLOPPING, THE ART OF JEWISH KARATE. 

David, Worton. 
TULIP TIME. (R) 

Davidon, Yaoov. 

ENEMIES OP THE PEOPLE. 

Davidson, Brian Elliott. 
WALL. 

Davidson, Charles. 

IfflAT MAKES PES AH DIFFERENT. 

Davidson, Frances. 

WHAT MAKES PESAH DIFFERENT. 

Davidsonj George C. 
A CHILD WENT FORTH. 

Davidson, John B. 
JOHNNY APPLESEED. 

Davidson, Patricia, 

WHERE HAS MY LITTLE GOD GONE. 

Davies, T. R. 

PARADISE ISLAND. 

Davis, Allen, III. 
THE EGGS WON'T MIX. 
LEROY AND THE ARK. 
THERE IS NO JUSTICE IN THE HOUSE OP 

THE MOUSE. 
WHERE THE GREEN BANANAS GROW. 

Davis, Danny. 
CIGARETTES. 
GRAMPS VERNON. 
THE HECKLER. 
HOW TO MEET A GIRL. 



LINDA. 

A MAN AND HIS WATERMELON. 
_ SHOW BIZ. 

Davis, Donald. 

MR. & MRS. NORTH. (R) 

Davis, Edward. 

NO FOR AN ANSWER. (R) 
Davis, Fitzroy. 
A LONELY HEART. 

Davis, Herbert. 

THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF WILLIAM 
CONGREVE . 

Davis, Josephine. 

NO FOR AN ANSWER. (R) 

Davis, Marvin. 

SPARROW IN A MOUSETRAP. 

Davis, Owen. 

MR. & MRS. NORTH. (R) 

Davis, Sidney. 

ANOTHER CONCEPTION. 

Davis, Steven. 
ABOUT FACE. 

Davis, Vern. 

YOU GOTTA PLAY IT SO LOUD. 

Davliz Music Corp. 

For xvorks claimed by Davliz Music 
Corp SEE Davis, Danny. 

Dawkins, Cecil. 

THE DISPLACED PERSON. 

Day, Clarence B. 

LIFE WITH FATHER. (R) 

Day, Frederic Lansing. 
BANNED IN BOSTON. 
DEATH FROM WITHIN. 

Dean, Mrs. Henry H. SEE Dean, Lois 
Von Haupt. 

Dean, J. William. 

MA POTTER'S KINGDOM. 
THE TIME MACHINE OF DR. BOTTS . 
THE VALLEY OF GOLD. 

Dean, Jimmy. 

BIG JOHN'S SON. 

Dean, Lois Von Haupt. 
THE GOLDEN BIRD. 

Dearborn, Robert Lowrie. 
FIXED POINT OVERFLOW. 

Deardorff, Robert Dean. 
DEATH WAS A DRUMMER BOY. 

Deason, Prank. 
THE MOOR. 

De Beze, Theodore. SEE Beze, Theo- 
dore de. 

D& Cola, Pelix. 

THE BLACK NOTES, THE WHITE NOTES. 

De Cozio, Michael J. 

C'EST TOUJOUR L' AMOUR ET LA GUERRE. 

DePorest, Charles R. 

THE WORLD'S PREMIER ALL POWER WATER 
THRILL SHOW. 

deGroth, Henri, pseud. SEE Garcy, 
Philip H. G. 

De Guzman, Michael. 
WHEN I GROW UP. 

Delghton, Leonard Cyril. 
OH WHAT A LOVELY WAR. 

Delacour, M. A. 
SPLIT THE POT. 



De la Taille, Jean. SEE La Taille, 
Jean de. 

De La Vergne, Gladys Hurlbut. 
HIGHER AND HIGHER. (R) 

Deliberti, Anthony A. 
BOYS AN. 

Dell, Jack Holton. 
THE DUEL. 

Dellecker, Ronald. 
ADELHEID. 

De Luca, Eddy. SEE De Luca, Edmond 
Galileo. 

De Luca, Edmond Galileo. 
TOCKS ISLAND. 

De Luca, Stuart Michael. 
SOCRATES. 



SEE Maupassant, 



De Maupassant, Guy, 
Guy de . 

Denham, Reginald. 
THE HARUM. (R) 
LADIES IN RETIREMENT. (R) 

Deniooff, Marvin. 

A CAGE FOR THE SONGBIRD. 

Denker, Henry. 

AN EVENING IN ATHENS. 
WHAT DID WE DO WRONG. 

Dennis, Patrick, pseud. SEE Tanner, 
Edward E., III. 



Dennys, Joyce. SEE Evans, Joyce Dennys. 

Dento-Medical Tapes, Inc. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY. 

Dentroux, Louis. 
THE COURAGE PILLS. 

Dermit, Edouard. 

LES MONSTRES SACRES. (R) 

De Rodio, George. 
DYING TO ACT. 

De Rogatis, Frank. 

THE CHAIRMAN OP THE BOARD. 
RED CARNATIONS FOR PAUL. 

De Rogatis, Yola. 

THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD. 
RED CARNATIONS FOR PAUL. 

De Roo, Edward John. 
THE ARMPIT. 
CALL ME ETHEL. 

Ddry, Tibor. 

BACK HOME. 

Deskins, Darla Sue. 
IT WAS SUDDEN. 



De Sola, Helen, pseud. 
Helen, 



SEE Winner, 



Dessaignes, George Ribemont-, SEE 
Ribemont-Dessaignes, George. 

De.Sylva, B. G. SEE DeSylva, Geo. G. 



DeSylva, Geo, G. 

DUBARRY WAS A LADY. 



(R) 



De Sylva, George G. 

DU BARRY WAS A LADY. (R) 

Deucher, Sybil. 

CURTAIN CALLS FOR JOSEPH HAYDN AND 
SEBASTIAN BACH. (R) 

Devaney, D. 

LITTLE BROTHER. 

Devlne, Jerry. 

PLEASE DON'T PEED THE GIANT. 



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Jan.-June 



SEE Benedetto, 



De VI to, Ron. 

THE SLIGHTLY IRREVERENT COMEDY OF 
RON CAREY. 

De Vrles, Peter. 

I'VE BEEN THINKING. 

De Wallly, Lfon. 
BENVENUTO CELLINI. 

De Witt, Jack. 

THS JElffiLS OF OPHIR. 

Di Benedetto, Michael. 
Michael Di. 

Dickens, Charles. 
A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 

Mekey, Elinor. 

PREP SCHOOL FOR HEAVEN. (R) 

Dickinson, Emily. 
MAGIC PRISON. 

Dickinson, Peter. 
THE JUDAS TREE. 

Dietrich, Edwin Jarry. 

THIRD PARTY SUITS ANB POTENTIAL RE- 
SPONSIBILITY OF INDIVIDUAL ENGINEERS 
EMPLOYED IN INDUSTRY. 

Di Gioia, Giuseppe. 
WE DREAM AGAIN. 

Dillon, John, pseud. SEE Fuery, John 
Joseph. 

Dimm, Rhoda, pseud. SEE Flschl, 
Ruth Udelsman. 

Di Natale, PhillD. 

IMMACULATE CONTRACEPTION. 

Dinda, John J. 

LOVE AT THE FAIR. 

Dinerman, Barry. 

PIGEONS ON MY HEAD. 

Dinnebler, Otto. 

LIGHTER DER WACHT. 

Dio Guard!, Orestes Joseoh. 

THE DAY TimiE TOFFER LEFT LEWISBUEG, 
PA. 

Dionise, Frank S. 
DOCTOR MONEYCAKE. 
GLADIOLA THE LIBRARIAN. 
GOOD DEED FOR THE DAY. 
THE INTERVIEW. . 
RUSSIAN TV SHOW BEAMED TO AlffiRICA: 

A PEASANT INTERVIEW. 
TELEVISION VISITS RADIO STATION 
KirUJi AS CHILLY CHARLEY CHOKES'. 

Dlrksen, Everett KicKlnley. 
MAN IS NOT ALONE. 
THE STORY OF THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS. 



SEE Singer, 



Disraeli, Joe, pseud. 
Gerard. 

Dittmann, Robert. 
KOKIG DROSSELBART. 

Divine, Jerry. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 



Dix, Gloria. 

DID YOU HJIVE A HEAD START. 

Dixon, Myrna A. 

PROM FREEDOM TO P-R-E-E-D-0-M. 

Dizenzo, Charles J. 

DISASTER STRIKES THE HOME. 



Dodd, Gordon B. 
ENCHANTED NIGHT. 



(R) 



Dodd, Mead & Co., Inc. 

ALS DER KRIEG ZU ENDE WAR. 



PYGMALION AND OTHER PLAYS. 
TRAGEDIES II: ROMEO AND JULIET, 
OTHELLO, KING LEAR. 

Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge. 
ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 
ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. 

Doll, Paul Larkin. 
TOAD AND TUBA. 

Don, Carl, pseud. SEE Goldman, Kalman. 

Donenfeld, James. 

LET'S PUT ON A PURIM PLAY. 

Donnelley, Virginia N. 

IT'S ONLY THE HORN ON THE SUB, IT 
DOESN'T MAKE IT RUN. 

Dohnelly, Hugh. 
FULL CIRCLE. 

Donnelly, Stephen Michael. 
MAXIMUM EFFORT. 

Donovan. Robert J. 

COOPERATIVE HIGH SCHOOL-COLLEGE 
GUIDANCE CLINIC. 

Doppelt, Gerald Martin. 
SIR JOHNY. 

Dorik, Edward. 
PLANNINGS. 

Dorio, Evelyn. SEE Nlcolals, 
Evelyn Dorio. 

Dostoevski!, Fedor Mikhailovich. 
L' IDIOT. 
THE IDIOT. 

LA ROULETTE ET LE SOUTERRAIN. 
THE SECOND MR. GULLEN. 

Dostoev^ky, Fyodor. SEE Dostoevski!, 
Fedor Mikhailovich. 

Dostoievski. SEE Dostoevski!, Fedor 
Mikhailovich. 



Doufexls, Stavros . 
DIE REITEE. 

Dougherty, Daniel Franklin. 
TOCKS ISLAND. 

Douglas, Hal, pseud. SEE Monson, 
Douglas Henry. 

Douster, Franck, pseud. SEE 
La Riviere, Rene Henri Pierre. 

Dove, Myrtle. 

THE CRIMSON GLORY. 

Dow Corning Corp. 
FAMILY ALBUM. 

Downer, Alan S. 

PYGIMLION AND OTHER PLAYS. 

Downer, Kenneth. 
LITTLE WORLD. (R) 

Downura, James. 

A GAME OF CHANCE PLAYED IN THE RAIN. 

Dramatic Pub. Co. 
CRAZY CHRISTMAS. 
A HORSE NAMED ED. 

Drdek, Richard E. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS. 

Dreeben, Harold. 

GO GO RADIO MOSCOW. 

Drei Masken Verlag, G.M.B.H. 
DER SCHUHU UND DIE FLIEGENDE 
PRINZESSIN. 

Drew, Dorothy. 

TREASURE ISLAND. (R) 



ErJlea, Victor. 

A VOICE LESSON WITH VICTOR DRILEA, 
SPEAKING, SINGING. 

Driver, Donald Lee. 
STATUS QUO VADIS. 

Drucker, R. David. 
THE FANATIC. 

Dubillard, Rolana. 
LA MAISON D'OS. 

Du Bocage, Louis Collin. 
FASCICULE NOIR. (R) 

Ducloux, Walter. 
LA GIOCONDA. 
MATHIS DER MALER. 

DUrrenmatt, Friedrich. 
DIE WIEDERTAUFER. 

Dufty, Milliam. 
BLACK POINT. 

Dugan, William F. 
LASSIE'S REVENGE. 
MARGIE. 

Dugan, William Frances. 
THE SEAGULL'S ROOST. 

Dukore, Bernard P. 

TWENTIETH CENTURY DRAMA: ENGLAND, 
IRELAND, THE UNITED STATES. 

Dull, , Lloyd . 
MISSING. 

Dul2aides, Oscar Martin Garcia. 
IDOLOS DE PUERTO RICO. 
OBSESION SEXUAL. 

Dumas, Mildred. 
KITTEN SITTIN' . 
THE POWER OF MY WILL. 

Duncan Foods Co. 

FRED'S TWENTY, TAX MAN, BANK. 
TAX MAN, BANK, FRED'S TWENTY, IN- 
LAWS, MAMA MIA, OFFICE. 

Dunkin, William S. 

ONCE UPON THREE TIMES. 

Dunn, Geoffrey. 
L'ORMINDO. 

Dunne, D. Michael. 
BARREN JUSTICE. 

Durand, Charles. 

STRICTLY BUSINESS. 

Durlan, Don B. 
THE BIG TEN. 
THE DIFFERENCE. 
FIRE-SAFE BY TEST. 
THE OTHER FELLOW'S SHOES. 



Durma, Norman A. 

THE HISTORY OF ROCK 



'N ROLL. 



Durrett, Bobbye Russell. 

JASON AND THE GOLDEN FLEECE. 



Durrett, Mrs. H. E., Jr. 
Bobbye Russell. 

Dursthoff, George Henry. 
PROLEGOMENON . 

Durston, David E. 

DIVORCEE'S DATEBOOK. 



SEE Durrett, 



Dutton, Gene, pseud. 
Norman Eugene . 



Du Val, Louise. 
Du Val. 



SEE Buchner, 
SEE Foster, Louise 



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NAME INDEX 



71 



Dyal, Donald 0., pseud. SEE Smith, 
Thomas Erskine. 

Dyroff, Jan Michael. 
THE FLYTING MATCH. 

Dzieduszyeka, Therese. 
THEATEE. 

Dzona Mu3ic, Inc. 
EVENING PRAYER. 
MORNING PRAYER. 



Eager, Edward. 
CINDERELLA. (R) 

Eager, Fritz. 

CINDERELLA. (R) 

Eager, Jane. 

CINDERELLA. (R) 

Eakes, Walter Lon. 
FROM UNDERNEATH. 

Eakin, Glen Byron, 

WHAT ELSE ARE FRIENDS FOR. 

Earl, John C. 

PSLIGHTLY PSYCHOTIC. 

Eastman, Lance. 
CLIFFS . 

Eastman, Lanoe G. 
SAWGRASS BASKET. 

Eaton, Robert .Bruce. 
INKPADUTA . 

Ebi, Earl. 

SORRY, COPERNICUS. 

Eck, Glenn L. 

ONE SONG ON THE OPRY. 

Economou, Rochelle. 
BECLCH. 

Ector, Charles, Jr. 
BOTAR THE ROBOT. 

Edelstein, Bonnie Arditti. 
ROUGHING IT. 
TOM COOPER, CAPTAIN OF INDUSTRY. 

Edgley, Leslie. 

YOUR HEALTH DRAMATIZED. (R) 

Editions Albln Michel. SEE Michel 
(Albin) Editions. 



Editions Gallimard. 
Editions . 



SEE Gallimard, 



Editions Joubert. SEE Joubert, 
Editions . 

Edling, Adele. SEE Edling, Mary 
Adele. 

Edling, Mary Adele. 
THE GAMES. 

Edwards, Maurice. 

JEST, SATIRE, IRONY AND DEEPER SIGi- 
NIFICANCE. 

Edwin Productions, Inc. 
A GIRL IN SUMMER. 

Effrein, Joel Lavjrenoe. 
BOXED IN. 

Efron, Morris. 

MY FAVORITE JAME. 



Ehrenman, Howard. 
GUESS WHO DIED. 

Ehrensperger, Harold A. 
THE SPREADING WORD. (R) 

Ehrlich, Milton. 
BLACK SHEEP. 

Eiler, Jim. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 
SNOW iraiTE GOES WEST. 

Eldrldge, Muriel. 

TROUBLE IN THE CELLAR. (R) 

Eldridge, Richard. 

TROUBLE IN THE CELLAR. (R) 

Eldridge Pub. Co. 
BUM, C. DAISY. 

Electronic Installers of America, Inc. 
ELECTRONIC INSTALLERS OF AMERICA, 
INC. PROVIDES WIDE SERVICES FOR 
THE COMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY. 

Elegant, Robert S. 
A KIND OF TREASON. 

Elfenbeln, Hiram. 
MOTIVATIONS. 
THOSE WHO WILL NOT SEE. 

Eliot, George, pseud. SEE Evans, 
Mary Ann. 

Eliscu, Edward.. 
OH BEAUTIFUL. 

Elkind, Jerry. 

THIS V7AS THE WEST THAT WAS. 

Ellington, Betty Byrd. 

SOMETHING LIGHT TO CARRY. 

Ellington, Richard. 
WHODUNIT. 

Elliott, William I. 
FACETS OF FAITH. 

Ellis, Albert B. 
THE BAD CAT. 

Ellis, Frederick E. 

COOPERATIVE HIGH SCHOOL-COLLEGE 
GUIDANCE CLINIC. 

EllEtein, Sylvia Regan. 
2ELDA. 

Elrlck, George. 

ADDITIONAL COLD FINISHED SERVICES. 
THE ADVANTAGES OF COLD FINISHED BARS. 
HIGH TIMES FOR TIRES, ZODIAC THEME. 
THERE'S NO COMPARISON. 
THERMAL TREATMENT OP COLD FINISHED 
STEEL . 

Elwood, Roger. 

THEY CAME PROM BELOW. 

Emanuel, Jerry. 

THE ROSEY FICKLED FINGER. 



Emler, prank W. 

AUDIO AUTOMOBILE TOURS, IdlR WOODS 
NATIONAL MOITOICENT WALKING TOUR. 

Emurian, Ernest Krikor. 
THE CROlffl AND THE CROSS. 



Eney, Harry E., 
MINI-MACBETH . 



III. 



Egnatzik, Joseph. 
YONDER. 



Eney, Woody. SEE Eney, Harry E., III. 

Engar, Keith Maurice. 
RENDEZVOUS . 

England, Paul. 

THE CALIFORNIA BLONDE. 



Enyart, Ruby M. 

CHRISTMAS AT WIDOW STEPHENS. 

tei'hard,. Thomas A. 
CREON. 

Erickson, Paul A. 

VARDET AV ETT ANDLIGT SATT SE . 

Erlenwein, Henry F. 
A MAN OF SORROWS. 

Ernst, Karl. 

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. 

Ersklne, John. 
HENRY DISARMS. 

Ei'sklne, Thomas. 

THE TRIAL OF PETER ZENGER. 

Eshleman, Harry David. 

JAKE FAUCET, A WANTON TRAGEDY. 

Esps^nak, Liljan. 

CREATIVE DANCE AND ITS USE IN PSYCHO- 
THERAPY. 

Esplanade, Edition, G.M.B.H. 
CHARLEY'S NEUE TANTE. 
MILLIONEN FUR PENNY. 

Esslin, Martin. 
FOUR PLAYS. 

Estate of Flannery O'Connor. SEE 
O'Connor, Flannery, Estate of. 

Estella, Ramon A. 
COUNTERPLOT . 

Esterman, Benjamin. 

GRIDS FOR SCORING VISUAL FIELDS. 
SCALE FOR SCORING VISUAL FIELDS. 

Eugster, Carla. 
FREEDOM TRAIN. 

Eulo, Kenneth R. 

THREE LADIES IN A BARROOM. 

Evans, E. Eynon. 
COLD COAL, (r) 

EvanSj Jerry L. SEE Liebson, 
Laurence S. 

Evans, Joyce Dennys. 
HALF-TERM. (R) 

Evans, Mary Ann. 
MADRIGAL. 

Evering, Jim. 

A FEW OF THE USUAL NUDES. 

Excellorec Music Co. 
BOTTLES OF TEARS. 
HE'S COMING BACK AGAIN. 
HIS BLOOD HAS MADE ME WHOLE. 

Exon, Patricia A. 
THE HOMESTEADERS. 

BETWEEN NOW AND NEVER. 



Faber Music, Ltd. 
THE GOLDEN VANITY. 
L'ORMINDO. 

Fabian, Henry, pseud. 
Henry J. 

Fabian, Josephine C. 
ALWAYS ON THURSDAY. 

Fadsr, jane. 

THE HEARING EAR. 



SEE lancovici. 



sa£- 



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Fager, Mary Katherlne. 

THE ABSOLUTES AND THE ABSOLUTION. 

Pager, Mary Kay. SEE Fager, Mary 
Katherlne. 

Fairservis, Walter, A., Jr. 

TOWARD A DARK AND INDEFINITE SHORE. 



Palco, Ralph. 
BIFF. 

Palk, Lee Harrison. 
ERIS. 
HOME AT SIX. 

Falk, Ronald P. 
THE LOVE TREE. 

Fallin, Kenneth Aubrey. 
THERE SHE GOES. 

Farmelant, Annabelle. 

A JUXTAPOSITION: LIFE AND DEATH. 

Parmer, James. 
CINDERELLA. 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. 
THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA. 
THE THREE BEARS. 

Faro, Arllne, pseud. SEE Faruolo, 
Arline . 

Faro, Frank. 

MONSIEUR PAPA DOLL. 

Farr, Douglas, pseud. SEE Gilford, 
Charles Bernard. 

Karris, Fern. 

FLOOD WATERS AND INDIANS. 

Faruolo, Arline. 

MONSIEUR PAPA DOLL. 

Faustini, Giovanni. 
L'ORMINDO. 

Faye, Joey. SEE Palladlno, Joseph A. 

Federer, Richard L. 

WEEP, ALL YE LITTLE RAINS. 

Fedo, Michael W. 

BLEST BE THE BIND THAT TIES. 
IF A FOUR LETTER MAN MARRIES A FIVE 
LETTER WOMAN. 

Peeney, William J. 
THE HEATHER FIELD. 

Felbleman, Peter S. 
THE SATISFIER. 

Felnberg, Bob. 

LADY AND THE TIGERS. 

Feingold, Katherlne. 
A SERVICE FOR ALEX. 

Feinstein, Joe. 
READY OR NOT. 

Feinstein, Joseph. 
FOUR'S A CROWD. 

Pekete, Ladislaus Bus-. SEE 
Bus-Fekete, Ladislaus. 

Pekete, Leslie Bus-. SEE Buss-Fekete, 
Leslie. 



Feldhaus-Weber, Mary. 
I WISH I MIGHT. 



Peldman, Lee Gallup. 

FOR WHOM THE BELLE TOLD. 

Fellner, Christopher Allyn. 
THE PRINCE OF DEMONS. 
PRISONERS OF THE BLOOD SAMURAI. 

Fellows, Malcolm Stuart. 
COME FLY WITH ME. 

Felton, Keith Spencer. 
THE BLUE-TAIL FLY. 

THE LAST LOST WEEKEND OF MISSIONARY 
PEALE. 

Peltz, Kurt. 

SAISON IN SALZBURG. (R) 

Fensel, Irma. 

ONE BEAUTIFUL ME. 

Pehson, Jill. 
THE PILGRIM. 



Fenson, Jill. SEE Raspln, Jill 
Fenson. 

Pet-guson, Burnett B. 

ST. GEORGE AND THE DRAGON. 

Permaud, Michel. 

LE NEZ EN TROMPETTE. 

Permor, Patrick Leigh. 

THE VIOLINS OF SAINT -JACQUES . 

Fernandez, Carmen Lara. 

HELP YOUR CHILD TO GROW UP. 

Ferrari, Ermanno Wclf- . SEE 
Wolf-Ferrari, Ermanno. 

Peuohtwanger, Lion. 

THE VISIONS OF SIMONE MACHARD. 

Flckel, Helen Etta. SEE Flckel, 
Mary Helen Etta. 

Pickel, Mary Helen Etta. 
THE WHISTLING WITCH. 

Field, Francis T. 
DAY'S END. 

E'leld, Margie. 
ABOUT PACE. 

Fields, Dorothy. 

DU BARRY WAS A LADY. (R) 
SWEET CHARITY. 

Fields) Herbert. 

DUBARRY WAS A LADY. (R) 

Filgesj Hildegard Wilhelmlne. 
AUF DER GRUNEN WIESE. (R) 

Pink, Arthur B. 
MIKE BEST. 

Fink, Barbara. 

HAND ME YOUR EARPLUGS, DEAR. 

Pink, Jerome B. 

HAND ME YOUR EARPLUGS, DEAR. 

First, Theodore Conrad. 
A PLAY. 

First National City Bank, N.Y. 
JUST A SECRETARY. 

Fischer, E. Ivy. 
OUT OF THE FOG. 

Pischl, Ruth Udelsman. 
WASN'T SALLY SILLY. 

Fisher, Beatrice, pseud. SEE Hirsch, 
Beatrice. 



Fisher, James. 
APPLEJACK . 
THE SINGING BARTENDER. 

Fisher, Steve. 

THE KID FROM TERRE HAUTE. 

Fitch, Kenneth W. 
A FAR CRY. 

Fitzball, Edward. 
MARITANA. (R) 

Fitzgerald, Eleanor. 
POT OF GOLD. (R) 

Pitzhugh, Donald L. 

THE ORIGINAL HOUSE OF ORIGINAL SIN. 

Pitzhugh, Lauren. SEE Fitzhugh, 
Donald L. 

Fitzpatrick, John Kenneth. 
THE LONG EXPERIMENT. 

PitKroy, Elizabeth. 
ROYAL INTERLUDE. (R) 

Flagg, Raymond H. 

THREE PAIRS OF EYES. 

Flavin, Martin. 

ROAD TO DAMASCUS. (R) 

Fleischman, Maxine. 

THE MATING OF THE DINASAURS. 
THE TIGER SWALLOWTAIL. 

Fletcher, Joseph. 

ETHICS AND UNMARRIED SEX, MORALS RE- 
EXAMINED. 

Fllnn, Eugene C. 
TRANSFER . 

Flom, Leonard . 
IN UTERO. 
MUSHROOMS AND TOADSTOOLS. 

Flomar Music, Inc. 
EVENING PRAYER. 
MORNING PRAYER. 

Flood, Christopher, Jr. 
MORGAN TOWN. 

Plores, Theodore M.. , Jr. 
SUZY CREAMCHEESE. 

Plotow, Frederick von. 
MARTHA. (R) 

Pl6yd, Dorcthy M. 

THE GRAY GOBLIN. 

FSldes, Emerio. 
TERIKE . 

Foley, James. 

THE AMORALITY PLAY. 

Fontaine, Brigitte. 
MAMAN J'AI PEUR. 

Ford, Kenneth Randolph. 
R. U. HUNGRY. 

Ford, Robert C. 
CONSUL TO OPEKI. 

For em, Leon, 
FAMILY DRAMA. 

Forest, Robert G. 

THE MAN FROM WEYHILL. 

Forrest, Halmer, pseud. SEE Moser, 
Halmer Forrest. 

Fortmann, Stephen P. 
DESIGNATION BLUE. 



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73 



SEE SchultZj, 



Fosse, Kobert. 

SWEET CHARITY. 
Poster, Donald, pseud. 

Donald John. 



Foster, George. 

THE NEW FIRST FAMILY, 196a. 

Foster, Louise Du Val. 
CAT EYE. 

Fountain, Judson. 

HALLOWE'EN IN THE UNDERWORLD. 
TOUGH GUY. 

Pournier, Clifford. 
COLD COMFORT. 

Powke, Helen Shirley. 
MARIA CHAPDELAINE. 

Fowler, John Thomas. 
THE SOUND OF DRUMS. 

Poxj Joseph M. 

MY COUNTRY 'TIS OF HEW. 

Fra&kman, jane Susan. 

FIN NESS AND THE UNSCALEABLES. 

Frade, Jose. 

ENCRUCIJADA PARA UNA MONJA. 

Fraker, Tom R. 
SHADES OF GRAY. 

Francis, Paul, pseud. SEE Marsico, 
Joseph Francis. 

Francis & Marvin Music . 

LITTLE BROTHER. 
Francke, Caroline. 

LITTLE WORLD. (R) 
Prankenhuis, Jean Pierre. 

AS THE STORK FLIES. 

FADE IN AND FADE OUT. 

Franklin, Dan, pseud. SEE Dougherty, 
Daniel Franklin. 

Franklin, Eddie. 
TWO MAN RIDE. 

Franklin, Eva. 
RAGS TO RICHES. 

Franklin, Lucy Brown. 
AWAKE, MY LOVE. 

Fransella, Paul R. 
ALL THE INIQUITIES. 

Praser, Helen G. 

STRANGE PHENOMENA. 

Pratti, Mario. 
ELEONORA DUSE. 

Pratturo, Louis M. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS. 

Freed, Donald. 

THE UNITED STATES VS. JULIUS AND 
ETHEL ROSENBERG. 

Freedom, Leon. 
THE DEATH RAY. 

Freeman, Arthur. 

HENRY VI, PART TWO. 

Freeman, Bud. 

SEX, SCHOOL AND LIKE OTHER PRESSURES. 

Freeman, Michael. 
YOU AND WHOSE ARMY. 

Freeman, Seth. 
SUPERMARKET. 

Freitas, Robert V. 

THEY CAI1E FROM OUT OP THE SKIES. 



A KIND OF JUSTICE. 
DO IT YOURSELF. 
FOR GOODNESS SAKE. (R) 
KING OF THE CASTLE. 
THE MADAM. 

Frere, Andre. ^ 

NOUVELLES COMEDIES A UNE VOIX. 

Fretz, David L. 

FAIR COMPETITION IN THE 1968 
OLYMPICS . 

Friebert, Stuart. 

ALS DER KRIEG ZU ENDE WAR. 

Plriedmahj Alan. 

WHAT? ANOTHER SPY STORY. 

Friedman, Kenneth H. 
THE NEIGHBORS. 

Friel, Bernard Patrick. 

THE LOVES OF CASS MCGUIRE. 



Friel, Brian. 
Patrick. 



SEE Friel, Bernard 



Friendship Press, Inc. 
FACETS OP FAITH. 

Fries, Henry J. 

THE MASTER COLLECTION SYSTEM. 

Frink, Charles W. 
A DAY OF GRACE. 



Frlsch, Max. 

ALS DER KRIEG ZU ENDE WAR. 

Fritz, John L. 

A TRIBE OF BRONZE INDIANS. 

Frost, Stuart. 

HEAVENLY VACATION. 

Puery, John Joseph. 

P TROOP: THE HEKAWIS RISE AGAIN. 

Fuller, John B. 

TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO.l. 

Fullmer, Richard. 

RIDE THE PROUD WIND. 

Furia, Carl. 

THE SLIGHTLY IRREVERENT COMEDY OF 
RON CAREY. 

Furnas, Marthedith. 
JOY TO THE WORLD. (R) 



G 



French (Samuel) Ltd. 
COME FLY WITH ME. 



Gables Music Co., Inc. 
CINDERELLA . 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. 
THE THREE BEARS. 

Gabriel, August Daniel. 
FAMOUS FIRST AMERICANS. 
YOUR AMERICAN PATRIOT SPEAKS. 

Gadshian, Lyane L. 
BONNIE. 

Gagliano, Frank. 

NIGHT OF THE DUNCE. 

Gainfort, John. 

NEVER NO THIRD DEGREE. 

Galeote, Mario. 

A LA PLAYA EN MOQUINI. 
Gallimard, Editions. 
ELOCOQUENTE. 

LA GUERRE EST FINIE. 
LA MAISON D'OS. 



(R) 



LE MINOTAURE. 

NOUVELLES COMEDIES A UNE VOIX. 

LA ROULETTE ET LE SOUTERRAIH. 

LE SILENCE. 

THEATRE. 

Gallup, Lee. SEE Feldman, Lee Gallup. 



Galvin, W. Randolph, Jr. 
LESTER THE JESTER. 

Oamburg, Stanford Richard. 
IT'S EASY TO BELIEVE. 

TO LIVE A FAST LIFE. 



Gannon, Richard D. 

ALL HAIL KING JOHNSON THE SECOND. 

Garbin, Ronald Alexander. 
GREAT TWEED. 

Garcia, Gilbert. 

THE BARD AND DR. PACE. 

Garcy, Philip H. G. 
THE CONTAINER. 

Gardner, Lewis. 

TWELVE JOBS FOR COBB. 

Gardner, Rufus Hallette, III. 
CHRISTABEL AND THE RUBICON. (R) 

Garet, Michael Steven. 

A GAME OP CHANCE PLAYED IN THE RAIN. 

Garlin, Martha Millet. 
GENESIS! GENESIS. 

Garrett, Oliver H. P. 
SIR JUDAS. 

Garrow, Walter J. 

MANAGEMENT OP VENDOR RESOURCES. 

Garvey, Thomas W. 

PAR, THE STEADY DRUMMER. 
Garwood, Ellen. 

THE STRANGE AMBASSADOR. 

THE WILD HEART. 

Gatoh, Thomas L., Jr. 
CAESAR'S SHARE. 

Gates, Crawford. 
RENDEZVOUS . 

Gates, Thomas John. 
CHATEAU ST. 

Gay, John. 

POLLY WANTS A PIRATE. 

THE WHAT D'YE CALL IT. 

Gaye, Mel, pseud. SEE Darrah, Melcena 
Rose. 

Gaylor, Robert Gene. 
THE CARD CATALOG. 

Geary, Edna M. 

THE MAN FROM WEYHILL. 

Geary, Vere. SEE Rubino.. Vere Gea^-y. 

Gehrecke, Prank. 

NOBODY GOES HOME MAD. 

Gelb, Phillip S. 
JUSTICE. 

Gellendre, Herbert V. 
ULTIMA THULE. (R) 

Gendelman, M. J., pseud. SEE 
Adelman, Max. 

General Motors Corp. Oldsmoblle 
Division. 
CASH IN ON THE ACTION. 

FRONT RUNNER. 



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GEHERAL MOTORS CORP. OEDSMOBILE 
DIVISION, -Con. 

HEADLINE NEWS ABOUT THE NEW OLDS 

LINE. 
HOW TO SELL EXTRA VALUE. 
LOOK AT IT THEIR WAY. 
1967 DELRADO 88 SERIES. 

1967 DELTA 88, SOMETHING BETTER WORTH 
REACHING FOR. 

OLDSMOBILE'S NINETY-EIGHTS, THE CAR 
WITH EVERYTHING, PLUS. 

THE OUT-FRONT WAGON SET. 

RUNNING START. 

TRY AND STOP ME. 

WHAT'S IN A NAME. 

WHAT'S IN AN OLDS. 

WHY DIDN'T THEY SAY Y.E.S. 

General Motors Corp. Pontiac Motor 
Division. 
BLAMING OTHERS. 

ELEGANCE IN ACTION, PONTIAC '67. 

FOLLOWING THE LEADER, PARTS I AND II. 

OLD-FASHIONED VIRTUES PAY OFF. 

RED-HOT AND READY. 

S.E.X. AND THE PONTIAC SALESMAN. 

THE SELF-STARTERS. 

TAKE A TIP FROM DAD. 

THROUGH YOUR OWNER'S EYES. 

WATCH IT, TIGER TERRITORY. 

YOU'RE THE DOCTOR. 

General Techniques Associates, Inc. 
ORAL DELIVERY ON TELEVISION PROGRAMS. 

Genet, Jean. 

PANORAMA DU THEATRE NOUVEAU, VOLUME 2: 
LE THEATRE DE LA CRUAUTE. 

Geoghegan, Thomas D. 
THE IVORY HUNTERS. 



Gibson, Wendy. 

AREN'T WE WONDERFUL. 



Gideon, Gill, pseud. 
Patty Gill Gideon. 



SEE Wade, 



SEE Davenport, 



George, Robert, pseud. 
Robert George. 

Geraldi, Joseph. 

CHRISTINA OP THAILAND. 



Gerber, Mabel. 

MUSIC APPRECIATION WITH MABEL GERBER. 

German, Edward L. 
YONDER. 

Gerstad, John. 

SWING FAMILY WISE. 

DON'T MAKE A DOUBTFUL DEAL ELSEWHERE, 
WOULD IT MAKE YOU MAD. 

Getz Advertising. 

DON'T MAKE A DOUBTFUL DEAL ELSEWHERE, 
WOULD IT MAKE YOU MAD. 

Ghelderode, Michel de. 

PANORAMA DU THEATRE NOUVEAU, VOLUME 
1: LE THEATRE DES ENFERS. 
PANTAGLEIZE. 

Ghlsalbert, Mario. 

DAS DUMflE MADCHEN. (R) 

IL MALATO IMMAGINARIO. (R) 

Giacosa, Giuseppe. 
LA BOHEME. 

Giani, Romualdo. 
L'INTRUSA. (R) 

Gibler, Jacqueline. 

FADE-OUT. 
Gibson, Henry J. 

THE REVENGE OF DR. BURRELL. 



Glem, Gary Wayne. 

FOR VfflOM THE BELLE TOLD. 

Gilbert, Brenda Carol. 
WHEN THE CAT'S A'/fAY. 

Gilbert, Edwin. 
OPUS So2. (R) 

SOOTHE THE SAVAGE BREAST. (R) 



Gilbert, William S. 
THE GONDOLIERS. (R) 

Gilbert, Sir William Schwenck. 
COCK AND BULL. 

Gilchrist, Joelyn Scott. 
NOBODY GOES HOME MAD. 

GUEST FOR BREAKFAST. 

THE LADY LINGERS. 

Giiford, Charles Bernard. 
ANY BODY FOR TEA. 

Gillard, Ann. 

IN MEMORY OF A DEAR FRIEND. 

Gillen, J. Howard. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 

Gilliat, Sidney. 

UNSER MANN IN HAVANNA. 

Gillivan, James J. 
WALDBERG . 

Gilroy, Frank D. 
FAR ROCKAWAY. 

Ginn & Co. Blaisdell Pub. Co. SEE 
Blaisdell Pub. Co. 

Ginsberg, Bernard Matthew. 
A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND. 

Giraudoux, Jean. 

L'APOLLON DE BELLAC. 

INTERMEZZO. 

SODOME ET GOMORRHE. 

VISITATIONS. 

Giron, Arturo. 

EDITH'S PLAY. 
Givvin, Louis V. 

THE COUNCIL. 

TALENT SCOUT. 

THEY'RE AFTER MARY DEVILIN. 

THEY'RE HANGING VIOLET RYDER AT NOON 
TODAY. 



Gladir, George. 
DARGON, HO. 

Glaser, Carol A. 

CRY, YOU'RE ON TRAGIC CAMERA. 

Glasner, Ann K. 
A FELLA FOR LISA. 

Glenn, Dana. 
ONE MORE TIME. 

Gllok, Stanley. 
RIP VAN WINKLE. 

Glover, Louie. 

WINGS IN THE DARK. (R) 

Gohre, Hans. 

DAS WUNDERTHEATER . 

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 
TORQUATO TASSO. 



Goetz, Austin. 

BLOOMING MRS. BUDD. (R) 
HUMDINGER. (R) 



Goetz, Patricia C. 
THE BLUE JEVfELS. 

Goff, I. 

NO LONGER INNOCENT. (R) 

Goldberg, Didian. 

LET'S PUT ON A- PURIM PLAY. 

Goldberg, Suzanne. 
DEVILMAN. 

Golden, Abraham. 
THE BLACK ROOM. 

Golden, John. 

WORLD WALKS IN. (R) 

Goldenthalj Jolem. 
THE CARRIAGE. 

Goldman, James. 

THE LIOW IN WINTER. 

Goldman, Kalman . 

OVER MY DEAD BODY.' 

Goldman, Leo. 

A LITTLE CONSCIENCE MONEY. 

STILL SMJILL SOFTSELL. 

Goldman, Phyllis W. 

THE CARNIVAL LEAVES AT NOON. 

Goldoni, Carlo. 

DIE VENEZIANISCHEN ZWLLINGE. 

Goldsmith, Clifford. 

THE ALDRICH FAMILY. (R) 

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. 

Gollancz (Victor) Ltd. 

FAMOUS PLAYS OP 1958-1939. (R) 



Gomez-Arcos, Agustin. 
THE PILGRIM. 

Gonzales, Mary N. 
AN IRKUTSK STORY. 

Goodhart, Amy W. SEE Rhatigan, 
Edward E., Trustee. 

Goodhart, Eliza M. SEE Rhatigan, 
Edward E. , Trustee. 



Goodhart, Sarah C. SEE Rhatigan, 
Edward E., Trustee. 



Goodhart, William. 
RAT OR RAINBOW. 



Goodman, Dody. SEE Goodman, Dolores M. 



Goodman, Dolores M. 
MISS TUSCALOOSA. 

Goodman, Eckert . 
MANY MANSIONS. (R) 

Goodman, Helen P. 
MANY MANSIONS. (R) 



Goodman, Jules Eckert. 
MANY MANSIONS. (R) 



Goodrum, Paris Macklin. 
HARRY AND SAM. 



THE REGISTER. 
THE SWING. 



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1967 



NAME INDEX 



75 



Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co . 
RADIAL PM TRUCK TIRES. 

Goold-Verschoyle, N. 

JUNGLE OF CITIES AND OTHER PLAYS. 

Gordon, Bernard. 
THE LAST TRUMPET. 

Gordon, David J. 
THE OCTOPUS. 

Gordon, Ruth. 

HOW I SPENT MY SUMMER. 

Gorellk, Mordecal. 
NO HUMAN HAND. (R) 

RAINBOW TERRACE. 
SATURDAY STORIES. 



Gorrio, Tobia, pseud. SEE Boito, 
Arrigo. 

Gostanian, Victoria Elraaslan. 
WAY OF THE LIGHT. 

Gotham Film Productions, Inc. 
JUST A SECRETARY. 

Gott, George. 

FIRST PLAYS. 
Gotthelmer, Irving. 

LET'S GO SHOPPING. 

Gould, Frank. 

ELMER, THE YOUNGEST. (R) 

Grabbe, Christian Dietrich. 

JEST, SATRIE, IRONY AND DEEPER SIG- 
NIFICANCE. 

Graeff, Thomas L. 
ORF. 

Graham, Colin. 

THE GOLDEN VANITY. 

A PENNY FOR A SONG. 



Graham, Lloyd. 
EV'RY SKIRT. 

Graham, Van Scott. 
THE BIG EAR. 

Grahame, John F. 

THE QUEEN OF PERSIA. 

Grain, Mark. 

THE RATIONAL AND THE IRRATIONAL IN 
HUMAN BEHAVIOR, FROM NEURO- 
MECHANISMS TO PRESENT DA't HUMANISM. 
Grant, Garrett M, 

WHERE HAS MY LITTLE GOD GONE. 

Grant, Helen. SEE Proctor, Helen. 
Grass, GUnter. 
FOUR PLAYS. 

Grasset, Bernard. 
VISITATIONS. 

Grasset (Bernard) Editions. 
L'APOLLON DE BELLAC, 

SEPT IMPROMTUS A LOISIR. 
SODOME ET GOMORRHE. 



Grattan, Alejandro. 
Alexander Daniel. 



Grattan, Alexander Daniel. 
MAELSTROM. 
RENDEZVOUS WITH COURAGE. 

Graves, Frederick Bruce. 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY. 

Graves, Robert. 

THE WORLD'S DELIGHT. 



SEE Grattan, 



Graviano, Patricia. 
A MOTHER'S PRAYER. 



Gray, David. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 

Gray, Ginger. SEE Gray, Lenore T. 

Gray, John. 
SPARE RIB. 

STRIKER SCHNEIDERMAN. 

Gray, Lenore T. 

THE MIRACULOUS EASTER EGG MACHINE. 
Gredy, Jean Pierre. 

UN FEU PLUS TARD, UN PEU PLUS TOT. 

Green, Adolph. 

I'M GETTING MARRIED. 



Green, Carolyn. SEE Scott, Carolyn 
Green. 



Green, Joseph. 

DEAD SEA CAPER. 

Green, Martha. 
THE PUPPET TREE. 

Green, Martin. 

HOW TO CATCH A GHOST. 

Green, Stanley. 

SALUTE TO AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATER. 

Green Hornet, Inc. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Greenaores Productions, Inc. 
THE SNOW TIGER. 

Greenberg, Edward. 
LITTLE MISTER. 

Greenberg, Lawrence J. 

GAIL GALAXIE, SPACE LADY. 

Greenberger, Hov;ard , 
GROW WITH ME. 

Greene, Ben. 

THE SYMPHONY OF THE GRAND CANYON. 

Greene, Ed, pseud. SEE Greenberg, 
Edward . 

Greene, Graham. 

UNSER MANN IN HAVANNA. 

Greenfield, Elliott. 
CARTE BLANCHE. 

Greenridge, Gertrude. 
PROGRAMME. 

Greenwood, Duncan. 

NO TIME FOR FIG-LEAVES. 

Gref^, William. 
THE WILD REBELS. 

Greggs, Herbert Dana. 

GREEN BAGS, WHITE LINEN. 

Gregftr, Caren Lee. 
MASK OF SANITY. 

Creneker, Lillian. 
DOGGIE TALK. 

Greth, Roma. 
LOVE STORY. 

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE YEAR. 

Grether, Grace. 

ALWAYS ON THURSDAY. 

Grey, Christian, pseud. SEE Harkins, 

Francis. 
Grieco, Rose Florence. 

LIFE CAN BE FANCY. 
Griffin, G. Edward 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT. 

Grill, Penny. 

LADIES OF THE PALMEATER HOME. 



Grimm, Jakob Ludwig Karl. 
SNOW WHITE GOES WEST. 

Griiran, Wilhelm Karl. 

SNOW WHITE GOES WEST. 
Groat, Hazel M. 

NO MAN IS AN ISLAND. 

Grosbard, Ulu. 

THE INVESTIGATION. 

Gross, Alexander. 
THE INVESTIGATION. 

Ground, Robert. 
GIRL SHY. 

Grove Press, Inc. 

JUNGLE OF CITIES AMD OTHER PLAYS. 

Groverland, Jack, pseud. SEE 
Arnebold, William. 

Gruber, Mme. George Bernstein. 
ELVIRE. (R) 

(jruenwald. Otto. . 
SOMMEESPROSSEN. 

Grundmeyer, Pearl. 

CAPTAIN SNUFF GETS INVOLVED. 

Guardlno, August. 

GIGGLES AN' GAGS OFF BROADWAY. 

Guardlno, Louis. 

GIGGLES AN' GAGS OFF BROADWAY. 

Guercio, Rosemarle . 
EVER-EVER LAND. 

Guidotti, Tee. 

DESIGNATION BLUE. 

Guidry, Ingrld. 

LOVE IS NOT ENOUGH. 

GuigOn, Andr4. 

SI PUBLICITY M'fiTAIT CONTfe. 

Gulndon, Richard . 

THE RACE RIOT REVUE. 

Guitry, Lana Marconi. 

YOU'RE TELLING ME. (R) 
Guitry, Sacha. 

YOU'RE TELLING ME. (R) 

Guitry, Mme. Sacha. SEE Guitry, Lana 
Marconi. 

Gulxogn, Alfred T. 

WKDER OF THE TOWN CORPORATION 
OFFICIAL. 

Gullok, Jane B. 

THE ELF'S NUGGET. 

Gumbs, Austin E. 
MADRIGAL. 

Gunderson, George. 
MGNAVOX COMMERCIAL. 
RED KETTLE SOUP COMMERCIAL. 
SCHWEPP'S C0M1»!ERCIAL. 

Gunner, Gary William Patrick. 
CONVERSATIONS AT A CRUCIFIXION. 

Gunther, John. 

YANKEE CLIPPER. (R) 

Gustin, Wilfred L. 

ADVANTAGES OF ADULTERY. 

PROBLEM PREGNANCIES. 

Guttmann, Frederick. 

AUTUMN LEAVES. 

STILL BUSY. 
Guzman, Michael de. SEE De Guzman,, 

Michael. 



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Jan. — June 



Guzzetti, Joseph. 

FIGURE OP A MAN PALLING. 
Guzzettl, Joseph P., Jr. 

ftUIET IN THE SKY. 



H 



H3.a.s Pstfep 

JOHNNY APPLESEED IN THE OHIO TERRI- 
TORY. 
PAUL BUNYAN AND THE LAUGHING RIVER. 

Hackettj Harley. 
THE CENCI. 

Hacks, Peter. 

DER SCHUHU UND DIE FLIEGENDE 
PRINZESSIN. 

Hafferkarap, Robert Glenn. 
RIGMAROLE. 

Hagan, James. 
BIFF. 

Hageman^ Darwin. 
THE STATUE. 

Haggerty, Michael J. 
THE' MATING OF ELAINE. 

Hagopian, Edward. 

WHITE HAN, BLACK MAN, YELLOW MAN, 
CHIEF . 

Haim, Victor. 

MOURIR EN CHANTAHT. 

Haimsohn. George. 
DAMES AT SEA. 

Haines, Fred. 
ULYSSES. 

Halevy, Julian. 
THE LAST TRUMPET. 

Hall, Bradley, pseud. SEE Ruber, 

Nancy Lee. 
Hall, Edward John. 

THE CUR\'E OF THE WHEEL. 

Halpern, Martin. 
THE MENTOR. 

Halty, Nurla. 
OLLANTAY. 

Hamilton, Christian. 
THE LOVING COUPLE. 

Hamilton, D. Richard, pseud. SEE 
Torma, John . 

Hamilton, John M. 
THE CUBAN STORY. 

Hamilton, Nancy. 

ONE FOR THE MONEY. (R) 

Hamilton, Richard J. 
THE CRUSHED CHERRIES. 

Hammill, Roseann. 
THE LITTLE DIPPER. 

Hammond, Robert M. 

THE STORK THE EGG LAID. 

Hancock, Anthony Inslee. 
THE QUEST. 

Hand, Lilah. 

IT'S AMERICA FOR ME. 



Handel, George Frederick. 
A MAN OF SORROWS. 

Handy (Jam) Organization. 
AT HOME IN SPACE. 



BEAUTY AHD THE BEAST AND THE NEW 
WESTINGHOUSE PORTABLE DISHWASHERS. 

BLAMING OTHERS. 

BUILDING YOUR IMAGE, BY BETTER 
BUILDING. 

THE CASE 750 CRAWLER. 

CASE WINDROW SPECIAL COMBINES. 

CASH IN ON THE ACTION. 

CONTROLLING STORE SUPPLIES. 
CONVENIENCE IS, THE LADY KENMORE 
WASHER-DRYER COMBINATION. 

DETAILED DESIGN, IN DEPTH. 

ELEGANCE IN ACTION, PONTIAC '67. 

THE 580 CONSTRUCTION KING. 

FOLLOWING THE LEADER, PARTS I AND II. 

FRONT RUNNER. 

HEADLINE NEWS ABOUT THE NEW OLDS 
LINE. 

HOW TO SELL EXTRA VALUE. 

LOOK AT IT THEIR WAY. 

1967 DELRADO 88 SERIES. 

1967 DELTA 88, SOMETHING BETTER WORTH 
REACHING FOR. 

OLD-FASHIONED VIRTUES PAY OFF. 

OLDSMOEILE'S NINETY-EIGHTS, THE CAR 
WITH EVERYTHING, PLUS. 

ONE-FIFTY-FIVE AND ONE-NIN"ETY-FIVE 
COMPACT TRACTORS. 

THE OUT-FRONT WAGON SET. 
PROFIT POWER. 
RED-HOT AND READY. 
RUNNING START. 

S.E.X. AND THE PONTIAC SALESMAN. 

THE SELF-STARTERS. 

SERVICE IS PROFITABLE. 

680 CONSTRUCTION KING. 

TAKE A TIP FROM DAD. 

SCARLETT AND PIERRE, THE PEOPLE 

WATCHERS . 
THAT OTHER BUSINESS, PT.II. 
THROUGH YOUR OWNER'S EYES. 
TRY AND STOP ME. 

THE W-9 SERIES B LOADER, TOPS IN 

VALUE. 
WATCH IT, TIGER TERRITORY. 
WHAT'S IN A NAME. 
WHAT'S IN AN OLDS. 
WHY DIDN'T THEY SAY Y.E.S. 
YOU'RE THE DOCTOR. 

Handy, John K. 

THE SWEET ZEPHYR OF ARABIA AND THE 
POWER OF CHRISTIANITY. 

HaneSj Boyd. 
MOM AND DAD. 



Haney, William J. 
CALL TO COLORS. 



HanldlSj Julie Charles. 
HI, YAH, BERT. 

Hanigan, Carol Hovey. 
STRANGE FRIEND. 

Hanley, Tullah Innes. 
LOVER DESPITE HIMSELF. 

Hanley, William. 

GOING FOR THE GOOD TIMES. 

Hannah, Link. 

CHARM WILL TELL. (R) 

JANEY'S ONE-TRACK MIND. (R) 

STEPDAUGHTER. (R) 

A WOMAN'S A FOOL. (R) 



Hansley, Owen Ray. 
TOM SAWYER. 

Hanson, John Stag. 
A MERRY CHRISTMAS. 
OLD MAN JACKSON. 

Hanson, Marcia M. 
OLD MAN JACKSON. 

Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. 
FOUR PLAYS. 

Harder, Eleanor.^ 

A HOUSE OF POMEGRANATES. 

Hardt-Warden, Bruno. 

AUF DER GROnEN WIESE . (R) 

Hardy, Thomas. 

TESS OP THE D ' URBERVILLES . 



Hare, William M. 
FINNEY. 



Harklns, Francis. 
COCK AND BULL. 

Harper, Henry H. 
LONELY GREAT. (R) 

Harper, Louise. 

HICCUPS AND HAPPINESS. 

Harper, Margaret Pease. 

THUNDERING SOUNDS OF THE WEST. 

Harper, Marguerite. 
LONELY GREAT. (R) 

Harper, William Sterling, III. 
HOP, SKIP AND OZ. 

Harrah, Madge. 

HOME OP THE BRAVE. 

Harrah, Michael. 
PIERRE PATHELIN. 

Harrell, John P. 

UNLIMITED, UNUSUAL, ENJOYABLE, PART 
TIME EMPLOYMENT, OPPORTUNITY 
IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FOR BOTH MEN 
AND WOMEN. 

Harr 1 § . Aurand . 

PINOCCHIO AND THE FIRE-EATER'. 

RAGS TO RICHES. 

Harris, Bernloe Kelly. 
HIS JEWELS. (R) 

Harris, Elmer Blaney. 

THE MAN WHO KILLED LINCOLN. (R) 

Harris, Victor. 

THE HAN WHO KILLED LINCOLN. (R) 

Harrison, James E., Jr. 
THE EXPLORER. 

Harrison, Stanley. 

MACHIAVELLI AMD THE MANDRAKE. 

Harrystom, pseud. SEE Tapponnier, 
Henri. 



Hart, Bruce. 

TRY, TRY AGAIN. 

Hart, Moss. 

THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER. (R) 



Hartlg. Herbert. 

DOSTOYEVSKY, POE 8: CO. 

Hartman, Jan. 
. THE PIT. 

Hartwest Television, Inc. 

THE GENERATION GAP. 
Harvard College. President & Fellows. 

FOUR RENAISSANCE TRAGEDIES. 



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77 



Harvey, Francis L. 
THE LITTLE TIN HORN. 

Harvsy, Ray. 

MAYFIELD ON KITE REEF. 

Hatchj Margaret L. D. 
FACETS OF FAITH. 

Hatlen, Theodore W. 

DRAMA, PRINCIPLES S: PLAYS. 

Hauff, Wllhelm. 
DER JUNGE LORD. 

THE YOUNG MILORD. 

Haught, James A. 

THAT OLD SERPENT CALLED THE DEVIL. 

Haught, James A., Jr. 

GAMMA COHERENT EQUALS ENERGY OVER 
INFINITY. 

Hauser, Richard A. 

A VOICE LIKE THE HUMAN VOICE. 

Haussner, Karl. 

iES ESELS SCHATTEN. 

Haversat, Lillian Kerr. 
A JOURNEY TO BETHLEHEM. 

Hawes, David Stewart. 

ANNIE AMD THE SCARECROW. 

Hawkes, John. 

THE INNOCENT PARTY. 



Hawkes & Sons, Ltd. 
ALBERT HERRING. 

Hawley, Earle . 

TWO FOR SIX DOLLARS. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 
THE SCARLET LETTER. 

Haydou, Irene. 

THE WAY TO HAPPINESS THROUGH FAITH. 

Haynes, John. 

THE MAKING OF CAROLINE. 



Hazen, Ida. 

UNA DONNA UCCISA CON DOLCEZZA . 



Hazen, Roberto. 

UNA DONNA UCCISA CON DOLCEZZA. 

Hazlewood, C. H. 

LADY AUDLEY'S SECRET. 

Hay, Julius. 
MOHACS . 

Heald, Anne Azgapetlan. 

THE ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT. 



Heartwell, James, pseud. 
Louis. 

Heath, P. S. Seymour-. 
Heath, P. S. 

Heeht, Ben. 

THE DIVINE SARAH. 

JOAN OP ARC. 

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 

Heoht, Rose. 

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 



SEE Sunshine, 



SEE Seymour- 



(R) 
(R) 



Heilman, Emily Dean. 

THE MAGIC DRUM OF YUCATAN. 

HSihdl, Paitl. 

ABOUT FACE. 
Heinisoh, Marshall. 

KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY. 
Heinz, Ethel Hogan. 

ALWAYS ON THURSDAY. 
Heller, John. 

EVERYWHERE A KISS KISS. 



Heller, Joseph. 

WE BOMBED IN MEV; HAVEN. 

Heller, Richard Moffett. 
GOLD SUITS THE KING. 

Hellraan, Lillian. 

THE LITTLE FOXES. (R) 

Hembree, Clyde R. 

STILL SMALL VOICE ON A MOUNTAIN. 

H^mon, Louis. 

MARIA CHAPDELAINE. 

Henderson, John. 
A HORSE NAMED ED. 

Heneker, David. 
HALF A SIXPENCE. 

Henelt, Borys Pawel. 
SUITCASE OF DEATH. 

Henry, Buck. 
GET SMART. 



Henry, Margaret. 

PARENTS AND CHILDREN. 



Henry, . ; 
Sydney. 



pseud. SEE Porter, William 



Henze, Hans Werner. 
DAS ENDE EINER WELT. 
DER JUNGE LORD. 

EIN LANDARZT. 

DAS WUNDERTHEATER . 

Herberger, Charles F., Jr. 

SHADRACH, MESHACH, AND ABEDNEGO. 

Herken, Leo M. 

DOROTHY GOES HOME. 

Herrod, Ralph J. 
THE DRUMS' ARD. 

Herron, George D. 
MURDER AT MIDNIGHT. 



Hershey, John, pseud. SEE Reach, James. 
Herzel, Roger H. 

THE LEARNED LADIES. 

Heyman, Irene Smith. 

UNCLE MARTIN'S HAIR-RAISING EPISODE. 



Hickokj Floyd. 

DR. COY'S FIRST HUSBAND. 

Higelin, Jacques. 

MAMAN J'AI PEUR. 

Higginson, T. W. 
MAGIC PRISON. 

Hlghberger, C. Joseph. 
MADRIGAL. 

Hildeshelmer, Wolfgang. 
DAS ENDE EINER WELT. 



Hill, Allen H. 

TICK DOO LOO ROO, 
TIC DU LA RUE. 



TIC DOO LOO ROO, 



Hille, Waldemar. 

DAWN CAME TO THE GHETTO. 

Hillegass, Clifton K. 
HAMLET. 

JULIUS CAESAR. 
THE TtiMFEai. 

Hilton, Brian J. 

SILENT WITNESS. 
Hinckley, Prlsoilla R. 

THE ARTIST AND THE ELFNIKS. 

Hindemith, Paul. 

I1ATHIS DER MALER. 
Hinds, Audrey R. 

THE LANGUAGE EXPERIENCE APPROACH. 



Hlnes, John. 

THE ADVENTURES OF FREDERICK DOUGLAS. 

THE CELEBRATION. 
Hines, William E. 

THIEVES' PARADISE. 

Hi Ob, Hanne. 

MUTTER COURAGE UND IHRE KINDER. (R) 

Hires, Robert D. 

THE DEATH OF INNOCENT III. 
I GRAB FOR THE ROSES. 

MONTGOMERY CLIFT IS DEAD. WHAT DO 
WE DO NOW. 

Hires Co. 

HIGH TIMES FOR TIRES, ZODIAC THEME. 

Hirsch, Beatrice. 
THE PARAGON. 

Hirsch, Bernard. SEE Hirsch, Irwin B. 

Hirsch, Irwin B. 
WHAT A PLACE. 

Hochwaelder, Fritz. 
THURSDAY . 

Hodson, James Lansdale.- 
HARVEST IN THE NORTH. (R) 

Hoelscher, Clifford G. 
A CLASH OF TITANS. 

Hoffman, George. 

GETTING ATTENTION. 
GORGEOUS TEEVEE. 
POP ART. 
SALES MEETING. 
Hoffman, Guy. SEE Hoffman, William. 

Hoffman, Harold G. 

NOR LONG REMEMBER. (R) 

Hoffman, Lillian Moss. 
NOR LONG REMEMBER. (R) 

Hoffman, Philip. 

COMIC MONOLOGUES AND SKETCHES, 
VOLUME TWO. 

Hoffman, Richard Lee. 
THE SEEKERS. 

Hoffman, William. 

ANOTHER CITY, ANOTHER LAND. 

Hoffren, Edward S. 

THE SEED YOU DID SOW. 

Hogan, Robert. 

BETTY AND THE BEAST. 

Hoggard, James. 
THE FESTIVAL. 

Holby., Lss. 

NATALIA PETROVNA. 

Holbrook, David. 
THE ftUARRY. 

Holbrook, Harold R. , Jr. 
MARK TVrAIN TONIGHT. 

Holder, Jerry Lamar. 

l401 AUTOCODER AND S/560 COBOL PRO- 
GRAMMING, INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL. 

Hollo, Anselm. 

JUNGLE OF CITIES AND OTHER PLAYS. 

Holloway, Michael. 
IMPROMPTU. 

Hollowell. Stella W. 

THE SING-A-SONG LADY. (R) 

HOliHSS, Chris. 

ABOUT FACE. 
Holmes, Norman B. 

DIEU, ET NON LE HASAED. 



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Jan. — June 



Holt, David. 

NO TIME FOR SORROW. 

Holt, Elaine. 

NO TIME FOR SORROW. 

Holtz, David, pseud. SEE Holt, David. 



Holtz, Elaine, 
Elaine. 



pseud. SEE Holt, 



Home, William Douglas. 
A FRIEND INDEED. 

Honegger, Andr?e Vaurabourg. 
JEANNE D'ARC AU BUCHER. (R) 

Honegger, Arthur. 

JEANNE D'ARC AU BUCHER. (R) 

Hope, George. 
DESERT EMPIRE. 
THE SECRET ADVENTURES OF BEN POVffiR. 

Sdppe, DeRaszke. 

HIS ELECTRIC HAREM. 
Horn, Roderick. 

TRUDI AND THE MINSTREL. 
Hostetter, Heber P. 

HEALTH HA2ARBS ASSOCIATED WITH CIG- 
ARETTE SMOKING. 

Hotchmer, Stephen. 

THE EXILED. 
Howard, David Belasoo. 
OBEDIENTLY YOURS. (R) 

Howard, Frederick. 

MUSICAL VERSION OF LITTLE WOMEN. (R) 

Howard, Joyce Johns. 
THE LOVE TREE. 

Howard, Robert Paul. 
ETUDE . 
TIME OUT. 

Howard, Sherwin Ward. 

DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS. 

EL LIBRO DEL ANDREO MARTIN. 

Mowarth, Donald. 

A LILY IN LITTLE INDIA, 

Howerton, James R. 

LONELIEST SOLDIER. 
Howze, Marlon W. 

ADAM AND EVE. 

Hubbard, Haven. 

PLAYS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. 
Hubb^rt, Errt^St M. 

JUNGLE WITHOUT TREES. 

Huber, Nancy Lee . 

WHAT SHALL IT PROFIT A MAN. 

Huganir, William L. 
RESERVATION'. 
THE SEASON. 

Hughes, Donald. 
THE FOLLOWER. 

Hughes, Douglass Edmondson. 
PABLO. 

Hughss, Glenn. 

ENCHANTED NIGHT. (R) 

Hugo, Victor. 

LA GIOCONDA. 

LES MISERABLE S. 

THIS IS MY BROTHER. 
Human Factors Division, 

SEE Jan Engineering. 

Division. 

Humphreys, Bertha Ami in. 
PERFECT CRIME. (R) 

Humphreys, Henry S. 
JOAN OF ARC AT REIMS. 

Humphries, Bee, pseud. 
Bertha Amlin. 

Hunter, Eddie. 

DOMESTIC FRIVOLITY. 



Jan Engineering. 
Human Factors 



Hunter, Paul Robinson, 
THE TURNCOATS. 

Hurlbut, William J. 

THE STEEPLE. 
Hutchinson, Edson L. 

HAWAIIAN LOVE. 

Hyde, Robert Ardell. 
THE WEDDING. 



Jr. 



I 



I.M.I, SEE Israel Music Institute. 

lancovici, Henry J. 
THE CIRCLE. 

Ibsen, Henrik Johan. 

THE SNOW TIGER, 
mica, Luigi. 

LA BOHEME. 
Iltz, Walter Bruno. 

frackkBmodie. 

Image Maker Shows of California. 
WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND. 

Inge, William. 

WHERE'S DADDY. 
Ingells, Douglas J. 

THE PLANE THAT REFUSED TO DIE. 

Ingram, Gloria, pseud. SEE Roberts, 
Fay Ingram. 

Innez, John, pseud. SEE Hines, John. 

Irving, Washington. 
THE ENCHANTED LEGACY. 
RIP VAN WINKLE. 

THE TRAVELING PLAYHOUSE VERSION OF 
RIP VAN WINKLE. 

Irwin, Howard H. 
YOU ARE NEEDED. 

Israel Music Institute. 
ALEXANDRA. 
MIDNIGHT VIGIL. 

Itallle, Jean Claude van. SEE 

Van Itallie, Jean Claude. 
Izaro Films. 

ENCRUCIJADA PARA UNA MONJA . 



J 



SEE Humphreys. 



(R) 



Jackson, Allen Myles. 

APRIL 15 PEACE MARCH, N.Y., 1967. 
WOMEN STRIKE FOR PEACE. 

Jackson, Clara Louise. 
A GIRL'S MISTAKE. 

Jackson, Douglas. 
ALBUMBLATT . 

Jackson. Frederick. 
MAN BITES DOG. (R) 

Jackson, John D. 

MUHAMMAD ALI, HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING 
CHAMPION OF THE WORLD. 

Jackson, Myles. SEE Jackson, Allen 
Myles. 

Jackson, Ruth A. 
THE WILD COAST. 

Jackson, Shirley. 

WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE. 

Jackson, Violet E. 

THE BARTONS FROM LIVERPOOL STREET. 

Jackson, William. 

MUD-FLAT POP ART SCULPTURE. 

Jacobs, Edward Russell. 

THE PSYCHEDELIC. 
Jacobs, Paul I. 

THE REVOLUTION IN OUR SCHOOLS. 

SERVICEMEN AROUND THE WORLD. 



Jacobs, Raymond. 
SQUEEZE PLAY. 

Jacobson, Dan. 

THE ZULU AND THE 2AYDA. 
Jacobson, Glenn. 

THE MODELS. 

Jacobson, Jack. 

THE WEDDING. 
Jaf.f*, Etttily. 

THE NEXT STEP. 

Jaffe, Grace. 

THE CARNIVAL LEAVES AT' NOON. 

Jaffey, Herbert. 

SQUEEZE PLAY. 
James, Edith L. 

BOB THE FREIGHTER'S DOG. 

James, Elizabeth Coates, 

WE DECIDED TO MAKE YOU FORGETFUL. 

James, Helen. 

THE LEGEND OP HOLE IN THE ROCK. 

James, Henry. 
WHEN IN ROME. 

Jan Engineering. 

STRUCTURED FEEDBACK. 

Jan Engineering. Human Factors 
Division. 
STRUCTURED FEEDBACK. 

Janes, H. Hurford. 

MADAME LA BARONNE. (R) 

Janke, Harold. 

FALSE ALARM-BABY. 

Janoska, Emerick. 

YOUNG HEARTS. 
Janowsky, Herbert L. 

LOLLIPOP ISLAND. 

Jarrett, Jennifer Lynn. 
BEFORE AND AFTER. 

Jeanes, Harriette Swope. 
THE HOPE OF HEAVEN. 

Jeffers, H. Paul. 

GALLANT MEN. 

MAN IS NOT ALONE. 
Jenlson, Pauline Elizabeth. 

CRITIQUE OF LITTLE INDIANS. 

Jenkins, Margaret-K. 
A BOX OF TRICKS. 

Jenkins, Mrs. Ray L. SEE Jenkins, 
Margaret K. 
Jennings, Elmer, 

TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO. 2. 

.Tennings, James. 

THIS IS A RODEO COWBOY. 
Jennings, Talbert Hendricks. 

OEDIPUS INCUBUS. 

Jensen, Paul A. 

THINGS THAT GO BOOMP IN THE NIGHT. 

Jespersen, Henry L,, IV. 
THE PRINCE. 

Jewish Education Committee of New York. 
WHEN A CANDLE IS LIGHTED. 

Jewish Education Committee of New York, 
Inc. 
KING SOLOMON'S JUDGEMENT. 
WHAT MAKES PES AH DIFFERENT. 

Jlsi, Buddy. SEE Jisi, Vincent. 

Jisi, Vincent. 
author: AUTHOR. 
A PLY ON THE WALL. 
ONCE UPON NATURNUS. 
SOUTHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW, 

Jodelle, Etienne, 

POUR RENAISSANCE TRAGEDIES. 



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79 



Johns, Joyce. SEE Howard, Joyce Johns. 

Johns, Valjean. 
THE FESTIVAL. 

Johnson, Crane. 

THE BRONZE STATUE. 

DEATH CELL. 
FEAR . 

FREAK SHOW. 
THE HOURGLASS. 
OCCASION. 
THE REWARD. 
SHOCK. 
STILLBIRTH. 
THE TELL-TALE HEART. 
THE TRAITOR. 
THE VISITOR. 

Johnson, Franc. SEE Johnson, Crane. 

Johnson, Helen M. 

COMMAM) OF A NATION. 

Johnson, J. C. 

DOMESTIC FRIVOLITY. (R) 

Johnson, Joseph E. 

AN ANGEL VISITS IN THE NIGHT. 
Johnson, Mabel. 

THE dark; OF THE SUN. 

Johnson, Marion L. 

THE BEAUTY OF THE DREAMING WOOD. 

Johnson, Mildred. 

CLIMATE OF EXCELLENCE. 

Johnson, Wallace H. 

GILGAMESH. 
Johnston, David A. 

A SMALL FAVOR. 

John St. on, John N. 
RHODA. 

Jones, Christopher. 

LOVE IS A FOUR LETTER WORD. 
Jones, Frank. 

JUNGLE OF CITIES AND OTHER PLAYS. 

Jones, Frank Earl. 

THE BIG BALL. 
Jones, G. Olwen M. 

HANSEL AND GRETEL. 
Jones, Jimmie . 

THE LAW OP LIFE. 

Jones, K., pseud. SEE Michel, Rlmsa. 

Jones, Kenneth W. 

D IS FOR DESTRUCTION. 

Jones, Laura J. 
LOST POTENTIAL. 



SEE McCllntlc, 



Jones, Lucy, pseud. 
Erie. 

Jones, Nancy P. ■ 
FLY AWAY HOME. 

Jones, Rohert D. 
OUTSIDE-INSIDE . 



Jones, Ruth, pseud. SEE Jones, 
Nancy P. 

Jones, Mrs. Samuel. SEE Jones, 
Nancy P. 

Jones. Travis. 

FAMOUS FIRST AMERICANS. 

YOUR AMERICAN PATRIOT SPEAKS. 



Jones, Virgil D. 
LOST POTENTIAL. 

Jonson, Marian, pseud. SEE Johnson, 
Marion L. 



Jordan, Franklin E. 

A SHOOTING ON THE BORDER. 

Joseph, Carla. 

A STORY TO REMEMBER. 
JOubert, John. 

THE QUAREY. 

Joubert, Editions. 

ENTREZ DANS LAS DANSE. 

Joyce, James. 

ULYSSES. 
Joyner, Mary S, 

THE RING AND THE PRIZE. 
Juelle, Pablo Azor. 

BENDITA INFIDELIDAD. 
Junior League of Denver, Inc. 

THE ELF'S NUGGET. 

Junior League of Philadelphia. SEE 
Philadelphia. Junior League. 

Junior League of Philadelphia. Chil- 
dren's Theatre Coromittee , SEE 
Philadelphia. Junior League. Chil- 
dren's Theatre Committee. 

Junior League of Salt Lake City. SEE 
Salt Lake City. Junior League. 



Kafka, Franz. 

EIN LAHDARZT. 
THE VISITATION. 

Kahan, Gerald. - 
SPLIT THE POT. 

Kahn, Stephen. 
CHRISSIE. 

Kahn Coftimunications Corp. 
CHRISSIE. 

Kairte, Cliff N. C. 
THE BLACK STAR. 

Kairez, Nicholas. 
JOSEPH STALIN. 

Kale, Josephine. 
VflTHIN THIS CAGE. 

Kalmowitz, Evalyn. 
THE WEDDING. 

Kalmowitz, Mrs. Herbert. SEE 
Kaljnowitz, Evalyn. 

Kasipandonk, Gustav. 
CHARLEY'S NEUE TANTE. 

Kangaroo Music. 

DON'T WORRY 'BOUT ME. 

SUZY, HOW COME YOU DON'T LIKE ME. 

Kappele, Elizabeth Mary S. 

THE 14AGIC OF THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT. 
Kappele, Thomas E. 

THE MAGIC OF THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT. 

Karpj Jerrold. 

A PINCH OF SALT. 

Kass, Jerome. 

FOUR SHORT PLAYS. 

Katz, Jonathan. 

THE DISPUTE OTCR THE OWERSHIP OF 
ANTHONY BURNS. 

Katz, Philip. 

THE PJI'LECTION IN THE MIRROR. 

Kaufman, Davji Michael. 
SLOW PED-X-ING. 

Kaufman, George S. 

THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER. (R) 

Kay, Julie. 
CIGARETTES. 
GRAMPS VERNON. 
THE HECKLER. 
HOW TO MEET A GIRL. 



LINDA . 

A MAN AND HIS WATERMELON. 
SHOW BIZ. 



Kaye, E. V., pseud. 
Evalyn . 



SEE Kalmowitz, 



SEE Sanford, Lowell, 



Kaye , Sanford . 
pseud. 



Kaysons International, Ltd. 
ANDREW JACKSON. 
ANDREW JOHNSON. 
BENJAMIN HARRISON. 
CALVIN COOLIDGE. 
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER. 
FRANKLIN PIERCE. 
FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT. 
GROVER CLEVELAND. 
HARRY S. TRUMAN. 
HERBERT HOOVER. 
JAMES A. GARFIELD. 
JAMES BUCHANAN. 
JAMES K. POLK. 
JAMES MADISON. 
JAMES MONROE, 
JOHN ADAMS. 
JOHN F. KENNEDY. 
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. 
JOHN TYLER. 
LINCOLN. 

LYNDON B. JOHNSON. 
MARTIN YAK BUREN. 
MILLARD FILLMORE, 
RUTHEP.F0PJ3 B. HAYES. 
THEODORE ROOSEVELT. 
THOMAS JEFFERSON. 
ULYSSES S. GRANT. 
WARREN HARDING. 
WILLIAM H. HARRISON. 
WILLIAM H. TAFT, 
WILLIAM MCKINLEY. 
WOODKOW WILSON. 
ZACHARY TAYLOR. 

Kean, Gerald. 

BEHOLD! THE BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. 
TRIO IN A PLAT. 

Keane, Barry. 

THE GOLDEN BREED. 
Keeler, Eloise. 

THE GOLDEN GOOSE. (R) 

THE MOON ON A PLATTER. (R) 

THE RED PHANTOM. (R) 

Keener, Ingrid Ellen. 
WHO KNOWS WHAT. 



Keln, Sybil, pseud. 
Consuela M. 



SEE Provost 



Keisler, John Whitney, Sr. 

CUB NEXT WORLD RULER IS JESUS CHRIST. 

Keith, Richard M. 

THE BEAR WNT OVER THE MOUNTAIN. 

Keller, David C. 

MA POTTER'S KINGDOM. 

THE TIME MACHINE OF DR. BOTTS . 

THE VALLEY OF GOLD. 

Kelley, Carlyle J. 
COCK AND BULL. 

Kelley, H. E., Jr. 

THAT'S THE WAY THE BALL BOUNCES. 

Kslley, Timothy Joseph. 

LATE BLOOMING FLOWERS. 

Kelly, George Edward. 
GREAT MRS. SYKES. (R) 



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Kelly, Tim. 
Joseph. 



SEE Kelley, Timothy 



Kelman, Kenneth E. 
TOMBSTONE . 

Kendall, G. L. 

A CHANGE OF HEART. 

Kennedy, Ann. 

THE EXQUISITE DIAMONDS AFFAIR. 



Kennedy, Davtd J. 
EUPHORAS. 



Kennedy, Greta. 
Elke. 



pseud. SEE Sanchez, 



Kennedy, Harold J. 

THE SEVEN DEADLY ARTS. 
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald. 

EIGHT COURAGEOUS AMERICANS. 
Kenward, Allan Richard. 

CRY HAVOC. (R) 
Kerby, Mrs. Clay. 

LOST VALLEY. 

Kerby, Rebecca Still. 

THE NEWBORN KING. 
Kerman, Joseph. 

THE CORONATION OF POPPEA. 

Kerman, Sheppard . 
THE HUSBAND-IN-LAW. 

Ksi-r, Thomas Stewart. 
IN OTHER WORDS. 

Kerr, Walter. 

CHRISTMAS, INCORPORATED. (R) 

LUV. 
Kessel, Walter E. 

THE CROCHETED CAT. 

Kester, Edith D. 
ALLELUIA. (R) 

K&ster, Katharine. 
ALLELUIA. (R) 

Kevan, G. Alex. 
ASTKOKOMICA. 
HAPPY WILL TOMORROW BE. 
SAIL-HO. 

Kidder, Richard L. 

BORN TO LOSE. 
Kileen, Louise. 

IT'S ALWAYS APRIL. 
Kimball, Maxine Christy. 

MONOLOGUES FOR FUN. 

King, Charles. 

GREAT AMERICAN FAMILY. (R) 



King, Dave, pseud. SEE Kinschner, 
David Harris. 

King, Jacqueline Ann. 
THE BOARDER. 

King, Kaye. 
ABOUT FACE. 

King, Robert. 

NO TIME FOR FIG-LEAVES. 
King, Vicky J. K. 

THE WARM WORLD OP WUMPAS. 
Kinschner, David Harris. 

SLOOPY AND THE RED MORON. 

Kinsolving, William. 

A GIRL IN SUMMER. 
Kinter, Richard. 

THE TRAVELING PLAYHOUSE VERSION OF 
RIP VAN WINKLE. 

Kipling, Rudyard. 

THE CAT WHO WALKED BY HIMSELF. 

Kipphardt, Heinar. 

IN DER SACHE J. ROBERT OPPENHEIMER. 

Kirkland, Alexander. 
OUR DUMB FRIEND. (R) 



Kirland, Joseph. 

THE SNOW OF SOUTHERN SUMMERS. 

Kiss, Irene Loretta. 

TICK DOO LOO ROO, TIC DOO LOO ROO, 
TIC DU LA RUE. 
Klttredge, George Lyman. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 

Klau-Van Pietersom-Dunlap, Inc. 
WHO KNOWS. 

Klegseth, Ole J. 

WHO NEEDS GOD. 
Klein, Howard L. 

THE ADVERSARIES. 
Klein, Samuel. 

MEDICAL news', TODAY, TOMORROW. 

Klelnwaechter, Friedrich G. von. 
DER PROPHET. 

Kliewer, Warren. 

THE DAUGHTERS OF LOT. 
HOW CAN YOU TELL THE GOOD GUYS FROM 
THE BAD GUYS. 

Klima, Ivan. 
THE CASTLE. 

Kline, Anthony Anch. 
CHILD'S PLAY. (R) 
THE TERMITE AND THE ANT. (R) 

Kline, Herbert. 

GUNS FOR JUAREZ. 
Klinger, Henry. 

ESSENCE(S) OF LIFE. 

iCnfe^, Allan. 
PRANKIE BABY. 
JOURNEY. 
THE ROAD. 

Knoblock, Edward. 

CHARITY COMMITTEE. (R) 

Knoll, John H. 

THE BELATED BLESSING. 

Knopman, Harold L. 

THE COURTSHIP OF MARY TODD. 

Knott, Ar_n M., trustee of the Estate 
of Frederick Knott. SEE Knott, 
Frederick, Estate of. Trustee. 

Knott, Frederick. 
DIAL M FOR MURDER. 
WAIT UNTIL DARK. 



Knott, Frederick, Estate of. 
WAIT UNTIL DARK. 

Kober, Arthur S. 

NEVER ON AN EMPTY STOMACH. 

Koch, Kenneth. 

BERTHA & OTHER PLAYS. 

Kocher, Eric. 
NIGHT WOUND. 

Roller, Erna. 

AUF DER GRUNEN WIESE. (R) 

Koller, Rudolf. 

AUF DER GRUNEN WIESE. (R) 

Koernig, Helen W. 

THE ELF'S NUGGET. 
Koesis, Robert. 

THE SEVEN DEADLY ARTS. 

VISIT OF ANGELS. 

Koetter, Max William. 

SOLDIERS OP THE CROSS. (R) 

Koetter, Mosesna. 

SOLDIERS OF THE CROSS. (R) 

Kohn, Rose Simon. 

ALL THINGS IN SEASON. 

Kohner, Lynn B. 

LA GLORIETTA PASS. 



Trustee. 



LINCOLN SLEPT HERE. 
MAGNOLIA MANOR, CAIRO. 
OLD TOWN. 

Koke, Donald. 
MINOR DISCHORD. 

THIS TRAIN. 
THE TWISTED SNAKE. 
Korfhage, David. 
FOG TOWN. 

Kortner, Fritz. 

SPELL YOUR NAME. (R) 

Kostetzky, Eaghor G. 

DIE VERSUCHUNG DES NICHTHEILIGEN 
ANTON . 

Kotto, Rita Ingried. 

FREDERICK DOUGLASS THE LION. 

Kotto, Yaphet Frederick S 

FREDERICK DOUGLASS THE LION. 

Kottwitz, Arnold A. 

DESCENDING THE THIKD STAIR. 

Kout , Maria . 
ADAM IS ADAM. 
CAGED. 

A DAGGER FOR AESOP. 
TOO MANY ANCESTORS. 

Koutoukas, H. M. 
POMEGRANADA . 

Kovaos, Bruce J. 
MADRIGAL. 

Kovar, Edward. 

HERE YOU'RE SAFE. 

Kovar, Jay. 
THE BEAR. 

Kraft, Hy. 

AN EVENING OF VOLTAIRE. 
Kraus, Joanna Halpert. 

MEAN TO BE FREE. 

Krausman, Joseph A. 

THE ICE CREAM PA [R] LOR AND OTHER 
MECHANICAL PLAYS. 

Krcmery, Karol, 
HIGH TREASON. 

Kresge (S. S.) Co. 

CONTROLLING STORE SUPPLIES. 

SCARLETT AND PIERRE, THE PEOPLE 
WATCHERS. 
Kreuder, Peter. 

prackkomOdie. 

prackkomodie . (r) 

"Krimm, Mary. 
THE FIX-ITS. 

Kromer, Helen. 

SURE AS YOU'RE BORN. 

Krouse, Morton. 
BY ZEUS. 

VEMAR, the EARTHMAN OF OUTER SPACE. 
Kruczkowski, Leon. 

THE POLISH THEATRE OF LEON 
KRUCZKOWSKI AND TWO OF HIS PLAYS: 
THE GERMANS AND THE FIRST DAY OF 
FREEDOM. 

Kuepler, Henry W. 
WHAT IS THE PLAY. 

Kuhn, Reinhard. 

PANORAMA DU THEATRE NOUVEAUi. 
Kuller, Rich. 

THE GIFT OF THE MAGI. 

Kurty, Lee. 

JIMMY AND THE ASTROBUTS. 

Kurty, Norbert. 

JIMMY AND THE ASTROBUTS. 

Kurz, Jeffery. 
AUTUMN. 



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81 



Kushnerj William. 
DASH DASH IT. 
PAPYRUS . 
A VERY TRICKY BIT. 

Kyd, Thomas. 

THE SPANISH COMEDY. 

Kyper, Bettina M. Reals. 

PUBLICITY A NO-NO TO PUBLICITY A GO- 
GO. 



Labiehe, Eugene Marin. 
SPLIT THE POT. 

Labunski , Edward . 
GO GO RADIO MOSCOW. 

Laohmann, Hedwig. 
SALOME . 

Lakso, Edward Joseph. 

THE KID FROM TERRE HAUTE. 

LaMar, Virginia A. 

THE SECOND PART OF HENRY THE SIXTH. 

Lamb, Joseph Patrick. 
THE WITCH. 

Lamb, Sidney. 
HAMLET. 

JULIUS CAESAR. 
THE TEMPEST. 

Lambert, Olivia Sue. 
DOUBLE LIFE. 

Landstone, Charles. 

ON A SUMMER'S DAY. (R) 

Lang, Renate.. 
DIE REITER. 

Langenkarap, Evelyn. 
THE OFFICE. 

Lanham, Olive Sherertz. 
FALLEN WILLOW LEAF. 

Laning, Robert E. 

A HOUSE OF POMEGRANATES, 
lantry, Thelma. 

A FEATHER DRESS FOR FLOPITY. 

Lanza, Philip. 

LOVE IS A FOUR LETTER WORD. 

Lapka, Florence K. 

A ROSE AMONGST THE THORNS. 
Lardner, Ring W., Jr. 

BLONDE, BRUNETTE, AND REDHEAD. 

La Riviere, Rene Henri Pierre. 
CONCERTO A ST. TROPEZ. 

Lark, Marge . 

A FELLA FOR LISA. 

La Rue, Lena P. 

LONG AGO AND FAR AWAY. 

Lasoelles, Kendrew. 
THE TROPHY HUNTERS. 

LaszlOj Andrew. 
RHODA. 

La Taille, Jean de. 

FOUR RENAISSANCE TRAGEDIES. 

La Tier, Harry C. 
ONE'S FOR YOU. 



Laurence, Shaunee, pseud. 
Shaunee Laurence. 



SEE Browdy, 



Laurie, Judi, pseud. SEE Aven<-Hen, 

Judi. 
Lavery, Emmet. 

PIE IN THE SKY. (R) 



Lawrence, Frank Dodd. 
SHADES OF CRIMSON. 

Lawrence, Jerome. 

SPARKS FLY UPWARD. 
Laws, Judith A. 

SLOUCHING TOWARD BETHLEHEM. 

Leary, Norma E. 

THE FIRST DAY OF MAY. 



SEE Lebhar, 



Lebarr, Vivlenne. 
Vivienne . 

Lebhar, Vivienne. 
THE MAGIC KISS. 

Le Bourdais, J. A. 

THE ORIGINAL HOUSE OF ORIGINAL SIN. 

Le Brunn, Geo. 

DON'T DILLY DALLY. 
LeCrone, Harold H. 

DANCE STEPS, DANCES, WITHOUT PART- 
NERS. 

HAND RHYTHMS. 

PRESCHOOL ACTIVITIES. 

LeCrone, Mary Jane. 

DANCE STEPS, DANCES, WITHOUT PART- 
NERS. 
HAND RHYTHMS. 
PRESCHOOL ACTIVITIES. 

Lederer, William L. 

THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS. 

Lee, Lynn. 

KEEP AN EAR TO THE JAMPOT. 

Lee, Richard S. 
IN LOVING MEMORY. 

Lee, Robert E. 

SPARKS FLY UPWARD. 

LeFevre, Ruth. 

A BRIDGE TO LOVE. 

Lefferts, George. 
THE BOAT. 
THE LEDGE. 

Lefort, Louis. 

UNCONTROLLED DESIRE. 
VERA'S SEX ZOMBIES. 

Lshfiiann, Markus. 
DIE SOLDATEN. 

Leibert, M. V. 

INSTANT TEA. 
Leight, Bernard B. 

GET THEE UNDERSTANDING. (R) 

GIVE ME A CHANCE. (R) 

I WANT A HOME. (R) 

THE SEARCH FOR HAPPINESS. (R) 

Leighton, Frances Spatz. 

TWO CHAIRS FOR THREE PEOPLE. 

Leishraan, Thomas L. 

SCRIPTURAL HEALING AS FOUND IN THE 
OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS. 
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, AS RELATED TO 
THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT. 

Lenger, Marie S. 

TOILETS INTERNATIONAL. 

Lenz, Jakob Michael Reinhold. 
DIE SOLDATEN. 

Lenz, Siegfried. 

ZEIT DER SCHULDLOSEN & ZEIT DER 
SCHULDIGEH. 

Leon, Felix. 

THE ZULU AND THE ZAYDA. 

Lerner, Alan Jay. 

ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER. 

Lerner, Marvin. 

THE GRATE SOCIETY. 



Lert, Richard. 
MARTHA. (R) 

Lester, Noel. 

THE ODYSSEY OP A BASTARD. 
Letofsky, Irvln M. 

THE RACE RIOT REVUE. 

Levenkron, Thelma. 

LOVE FOR MOTHER ERASES FEAR OP 
DEATH . 
Levensteln, Hesper Anderson. 
JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM. (R) 
KEY LARGO. (R) 

Leventhal, Ann Zinman. 
YANKEE GO HOME. 

Levin, Ann M. 

THE POLISH THEATRE OF LEON 
KRUCZKOWSKI AND TWO OF HIS PLAYS: 
THE GERMANS AND THE FIRST DAY OF 
FREEDOM. 

Levin, Ira. 

DR. COOK'S GARDEN. 

Levin, Michael Jon. 
DEAR OLD rVY. 

Levin, Richard. 
MICHAEmAS TERM. 

Levin. Stanley David. 
STAN. 

Levinson, Harry. 

MEN, MANAGEMENT, AND MENTAL HEALTH. 
THE ROLE OP THE LEADER. 

Levit, Irving. 
AUTOMATION. 

Levitan, Cy. SEE Levittan, Seymour. 

Levitan, Judith Morley. 

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, DOCTOR. 

Levittan, Seymour. 

WAIT TILL BEER COMES BACK. 

Levoy, Myron. 

THE SUN IS A RED DWARF. 

Levy, Charles S. 
BROCKS PLACE. 
CROWN OF GLORY. 

Levy, Marvin David. 

MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA. 

Levy, Melvin. 

EVERYONE'S AMERICA. (R) 



GOVERNOR ALTGELD. (R) 

(R) 



Levy, Parke. 

THREE AFTER THREE 



Levy, Paul. 

RIEN QU'UN HOMME. (R) 



SEE Levy, Rose 



Levy, Mme. Paul. 
Nathan. 

Levy, Robert Allen, pseud. 
Robert R. 



Levy, Rose Nathan. 
RIEN QU'UN HOMME. 



SEE Sawyer, 



(R) 



Lewi, Charlotte Armstrong. 
FUGUE. (R) 

Lewis, Anthony. 
THE FAIRY QUEEN. 

Lewis, Gerallt. 
PARADISE ISLAND. 

Lewis, Michael. 

SPELL YOUR NAME'. (R) 

Lewis, Philip C. 

NOBODY/SOMEBODY. 
Liberty, Nicholas R. 

DEFEND YOURSELF WITH NICK LIBERTY. 
Library Filmstrip Center. 

DEVELOPING A SCIENCE PAIR PROJECT. 

PERSPECTIVE 11. 



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Library Fllmstrlp Center. SEE 
Priestley, Violet. 

Liebau, Raymond. 
CYRANO. 

Lieberman, Nicole. 
A SLICE OF LOVE. 

Liebson, Laurence S. 

FARRAGO OF ILLUSIONS. 

OPERATION M. 
Lillenas Pub. Co. 

THE HEARING EAR. 

OF ROYAL BIRTH. 

Lillibridge, Sammy. 
A BEAU FOR FLO. 
INSTANT MONEY MALLOY. 

Lillo, George. 
FATAL CURIOSITY. 

LimtouT) Georges. 
ELOCOQUENTE. 

Lincoln, Abbey, pseud. SEE Roach, 
Anna Marie. 

Lind, Donald C. 

HEAR ME IN THE SAVAGE ROAR. 

Lind , Ruth . 

THE CAT TOO WALKED BY HIMSELF. 
CHILDREN'S CLASSICS ON TAPE, 
VOLUME I. 

Lindsay, Howard. 

LIFE V;iTH FATHER. (R) 

Lindsay, Norman. 

AGE OF CONSENT. 
Lindsey, George. 

ALONG THE LAKE RAN DEATH. 

Link, Frederick M. 
THE ROVER. 

Linnig, Roy J. 

PRIEDEH-EINE INDIVIDUELLE VERANT- 
WORTUNG. 
PEACE IS INDIVIDUAL. 

Lion Pub. Co. , Inc. 
BACK SLIDING HEIFER. 
LETTER TO JESUS. 
YES. 

Llpman, David Lavrence . 
OUR LADY OF STAINS. 

Lipp, William 0. 

WHERE HAS MY LITTLE GOD GONE. 

Lippman, Zilla. 

WORLD WALKS IN. (R) 

Lips, Rolf M. 
IT'S UP TO YOU. 

LlpEOOtt, Alan. 

THREE AFTER THREE. (R) 

Lisowski, Georges. 

THEATRE. 

Lluw, Rolf. 

PROICSE NOT TO TELL. 

Livingston, Doyle. 
THE CIRCLE OF ABUSE. 

Lockard, David A. 
LOVE AND WAR. 

Locke, Sam David. 

SHINING PALACE. 
Lodge, Carter. 

TRUE STORY. (R) 

Logan, Joshua. 

HIGHER AM) HIGHER. (R) 

Loggins . Vernon. 

THE WILD HEART. 
Lohman, Frances. 

A NEW YEAR'S TOAST. 



Lohmann, Francis X. 
THE BELOVED DOG. 

Loken, M. Christian. 

WHAT SHALL I DO WHEN THE END COMES. 

Long, Scott. SEE Long, Winfleld Scott. 

Long, Winfleld Scott. 

PLEASE TURN TO PAGE SIX. 

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. 
HIAWATHA. 

Loomls, Helen Hawes. 

ANNIE AND THE SCARECROW. 

Lopez, Patricia. SEE Biafore, Patricia 
Lopez. 

Lord, Eric Meredith, pseud. SEE 
Hafferkamp, Robert Glenn. 

Lorimer, Graeme. 
LOVESICK. (R) 

Lorimer, Sarah. 
LOVESICK. (R) 
Lorme, Lola. 

DIE VENEZIAMISCHEN ZWILLINGE. 

Losee, M. T. 

THE UPSIDE DOWN SQUARE CIRCLE. 

Louis, Tobi. 

THE WITTY AND THE DUMB. 

Louvlsh, Misha. 
MIDNIGHT VIGIL. 

Lovoos, Janice. 

THE SHINING CHALICE. 

Lowe, Lorrine. 
BUT ONE GOD. 

Lown, David Amory. 

EASY, YOU GOTTA HAVE AN IMAGE. 

Lowrey, Steve. 

ABOUT FACE. 
Lowther, George. 

THE SHADOW. (R) 

Lot^qr, Robert. 

WHAT? ANOTHER SPY STORY. 

Lubin, Natalie. 
MARK, THE MAN. 

Lublnsky, Herman, 
THE SINGING SLAVE. 



M 



MCA, INC. MCA MUSIC. See MCA MUSIC. 



Lublnsky, Herman. 
Co. 



SEE Planemar Music 



Lucas, F. L. 

A KIND OF JUSTICE. 

Lucas, Manly W. 

WILL SPRING COME THIS YEAR. 

Lucas, Victoria. 
NAMELY. 

Lucas. W. Francis. 

PATENT LEATHER SUNDAY. 

Lukaszewlcz, Joseph. 

HELENA. 

Lundsteen, Sara W. 

THINKING IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. 



Lurle, Isac. 

MIDNIGHT VIGIL. 

Lynn, Henry. 

A YANKEE IN ISRAEL. 

Lynn, John Harrison. 
NJ. 
SEE YOU AROUND THE PALACE. 

Lyon, Bret Stephen. 

THE SECOND MR. GULLEN. 



(R) 
(R) 



MCA Music. 

PANTAGLEIZE. 
MacArthur, Charles. 

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 

MacArthur, Helen Hayes. 
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 

McBeath, Lee James. 
VESTIBULE. 

McBarney, Willla-n H. 
FATAL CURIOSITY. 



McCalment, Willard E. 

HAIR TODAY, GONE TOMORROW. 

McCann, Gerald Aloyslus. 

THE CROSS OF SEESTER BADLOCK. 

McCarty, Rega Kramer. 

THE TRUE GIFT OF CHRISTMAS. 

Macaulay, Pauline. 
MONICA. 

MeCauley, John Kevin. 
THE INCOMPLETE LIFE. 

MeClatchy, Delia. 

IT SEEMS I AM ALWAYS CLOSING THE DOOR 
ON MY LIFE. 

McClellan, Mildred N. 

I WOULDN'T MISS THE CHANCE. 



McClellan, Vyonne Madsen. 
INFANTS IN INFINITY. 

THE SIGN. 



McClelland, Mlcki. 
THE PLAYMATES. 

MeClitttic, Erie. 
INSTANT TEA. 

McCloud Music Publications. 
CALL TO COLORS. 
DADDY, YOU SHOULD PRAY. 

McCoy, Joseph J. 
THE PUPPETEERS. 

McCullough, Anderson T. 

OUT OF THE WEST THE WIND. 

McDanlel, Sara. 

AUTUMN IN NEW YORK. 

McDaniels, I-lrs. V. 
TRAVEL TAPES'. 

McDonald, Irving T. 
THE PASSION PLAY. (R) 



Irving T. SEE McDonald, 



McDonald, Mrs, 
Marie A. 

McDonald, Ken. 

LIFE IN THE COUNTRY. 
MacDonald, Kenneth C. 

A TISKET A CASKET. 

McDonald, Marie A. 

THE PASSION PLAY. (R) 

McGaha, William F. 
THE SPEED LOVERS. 

McGarry, William G. 
THE CRAPS CYCLE. 

McGovern, Thomas. 

THIS CRAFTY, CAREFUL SILENCE. 

Meorath, Kyran M. 

MONEY, CREDIT, AND FAMILY BUDGET 
PLANNING. 

McGraw, Thomas Elmo. 
THE BOARDER. 



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MachllSj Joseph. 
LA BOHEtlE. 

Macht, Stephen R. 
THE LAHDIADY. 

Mclntyre, Dennis. 

CHILDREN IN THE RMN. 

Mack, Alero Odell. 
THE CREATED GOD. 

Mack, Eugsnfe. 

PINKEGAN'S LAST STflND. 

Mack, Odell. SEE Mack, Alero Odell. 

McKamy, Paul E. 

THE PSYCHOLOGY OP COMMUNICATION AND 
TECHNIQUES OF PERSUASION. 

MacKaye, Steele. 

FEAK IN THE FOREST. 

MfiK^an, Vance F. 

LEARNING TO MULTIPLY WHOLE NUMBERS, 
LESSON ONE. 

McKenzie, Bordena. SEE McKenzle, 
Darllne Bordena. 

McKen2le, Jo. 

IT'S ALWAYS APRIL. 

McXenzie, Darllne Bordena. 
THE GIFT OF SUNDAY. 

McKerrow, Margaret. 
PIERRE PATHELIN. 

McKillen, Arch Alfred. 
LADY WINDERMERE'S DAN. 

Mackin, Dorothy M. 
FEAR IN THE FOREST. 

McLarney, J.araes J. 
ANTIGONE. 

McLean, Claire D. 

THE TRIAL THAT NEVER WAS. 

MacLeish, Archibald. 
AIR RAID. (R) 
MAGIC PRISON. 

McLendon Corp. 

GOODWIN CLAIMS SHE VJAS UNLOVED. 

McMahan, Laurence. 

THE ORIGINAL HOUSE OF ORIGINAL SIN. 

MeMahon, Donald . 

A MATHEMATICAL PROOF OP THE BLESSED 

TRINITY, BLOOD, FOR AN ALL TIME 

HIGH. 
MATHEMATICAL THINKING ON THE MYSTERY 

OF THE BLESSED TRINITY. 

McMahon, Marion E. 

THE KINGDON OF UTOPIA. 

McMillan, Lueile Palmer. 
CAT EYE. 

McMillan, William Jerome. 
THE BUST. 

Macmillan Co. 
PLAYS TO ENJOY. 

McNamara, Clarice. 

PARENTS AND CHILDREN. 

McNett, Mrs. James G. SEE McNett, 
Marie . 

McNett, Marie. 

CRADLE OF GLORY. (R) 
Mftftuain, Rosella Dell. 

THE LACE JUNGLE. 
McSwain, Ethel H. 

THERE IS SOMEONE WHO CARES FOR ME. 

Madannes, Riva. 
THE SINNER. 

Madden, Cecil. 
THE PILGRIM. 



Madden, Cecil Charles. 
DON'T DILLY DALLY. 

Madden, Harry Timothy. 

MRS. O'BRIEN ENTERTAINS. (R) 

Madden, Robert. 

DEATH ENDS DESIRE. 

Madero, Robert. 

TRISTAN ALEXANDER. 



Madison, Dorothy, pseud. SEE Terrell, 
Dorothy. 

Maeterlinck, Maurizio. 
L'INTRUSA. (R) 

Maggi, Carlos. 

THE LIBRARY. 
Magnifij Hermi;is ds. 

CONTE DE F& SODCANTE-SEPT. 

Magursanu, Marius S. 

PASSPORT TO HELL. 

Mahl, William. 

EVEN AS YOU AND I. (R) 

27 OAK DRIVE. (R) 

Mahon , Car 1 . 

AS IT WAS IN THE BEGINNING. 

Maibaum, Richard. 
SEE MY LAV«ER. (R) 

Mains, Michael. 
THE BEACON. 

Mainwaring, Rosser. 

TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO. 2. 

Maissel, Alexander. 
THE QUEEN OF PERSIA. 

Major, Michael Joseph. 
THE ABSENT PROFESSOR. 
CHALK AND SLATE. 
DON'T RAIN ON MY CIRCUS. 
THE SABRE AND THE SACRED HEART. 
SIDEWALK SONATA. 

Makotjski, Silvia Ann. 
THE CELEBRATION. 

Malln, Nevil. 

KING OF THE CASTLE. 

Maline, Julian L. 

APPROACHES TO LITERATURE. 
PATTERNS OF LITERATUTiE'. 

Mallick, William. 

THEY DIDN'T BELIEVE ME. 

Mandel, Julie. 

I GOT DENVER LAST NIGHT. 

PARI AND THE PRINCE. 

Mandelkorn, Marc A. 
DOUBLE TAKE. 

Mangum (M. A.) Productions, Inc. 
GALLANT MEN. 
MAN IS NOT ALONE. 

Manheim, Ralph. 
FOUR PLAYS. 

Manning, Maxine R. 

TJlE SAVAGE RUSTLERS. 

Manns, Robert, pseud. SEE Brown, 
Robert G. 

Manuel, Robert. 

ENTREZ DANS LAS DANSE. 

Marb4, Alan. 
ALEXANDRA. 

Marceau, Felicien, pseud. SEE 

Carette, Louis. 
Marcelli, Augusto. 

THE STOWAWAY. 
March, David, pseud. SEE Hansiey, 

Owen Ray. 
Marclano, Antonio ,J. 

THERE'S MY YOUTH, RIGHT THERE, 



Marcus, Frank. 

THE SNOW TIGER. 
Ma.ree, A. Morgan, Jr. 

JOAN OF ARC. 

SAILOR AND A GIRL. 

WHAT EVERY YOUNG BRIDE SHOULD KNOW. 

Maree, A. Morgan, Jr., executor of the 
Estate of David 0. Selznlck. SEE 
Selzniek, David 0., Estate of. 

Marlani, Terence. 
BREAKDOWN. 

Marier, John R. 

JOS MONTFERRAND A POINTE-GATINEAU. 

Marlni, Domenlco. 

MONDIAL COCKTAIL PARTY. 
Marino, John N. 

OPEN THE GARDEN GATE. 

Marks (Edward B.) Music Corp. 
A WALTZ DREAM. (R) 

Marks, Richard Lee. 
THERE I MUST GO. 

Marks on, Abby. 

THE CANTERVILLE GHOST. 

Marlis, Alan Philip. 

OSCAR IN THE WILDE WILDE WEST. 

Maron, William. 

COMPOUND IIWEREST. 

Marpol, Raymon. 

SCANDALS, LIBELS AND SLANDERS. 

Marquis, Don. 
CATNIP LANE. 

Marschalk, Raymond J., Sr. 

THE LAST DAYS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Marsico, Joseph Francis. 
DYING TO ACT. 

Marston, E. C. 
MISS OUTERS PACE. 

Martel, Rosmarin, pseud. SEE Joyner, 

Mary S. 
Martens, Anne Coulter. 

WILDCAT WILLIE. (R) 
Martick, Rose. 

CHRIST ABEL AJtt) THE RUBICON. (R) 

Martignoni, Charles V. 

A MAN OF SORROWS. 
Martin, Francis B. 

MOON DREAMS. 

UMPRELLAS. 
Martin, Frank. SEE Martin, Francis B. 

Martin, Frederick J.- 
AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO. 
Martin, Mardik. 

THE REVOLUTIONIST. 
Martin, Richard C. 
THE DEATH OF GOD. 

Martin, Richard 0. 

A WORLD I NEVER MADE. 

Martin, Rose Root. 

TWO CHAIRS FOR THREE PEOPLE. 

Martirano, Iva Pediani. 
THE PROCLAMATION. 

Martone, A. Vincent. 

AND ONE FOR GOOD MEASURE. 

Martone, Lawrence V. 

AND ONE FOR GOOD MEASURE. 

Martyn, Edward. 

THE HEATHER FIELD. 

Marvin, Melvin W., Jr. 
SHOEMAKERS' HOLIDAY. 

Mascoretto, Jed, pseud. SEE Mas- 
corieto, Jeddu H. 

Mascorieto, Jeddu R. 
SE NOS CASA PAPA. 



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Masefleld, John. 
COMEDIES II. 

TRAGEDIES II: ROMEO AND JULIET, 
OTHELLO, KING LEAR. 

Mason, Mark. 

FROM DISTANT ROOMS. 

Massey, Valgene. 

THE PEAR SHAPED SOULS. 

Masters, Molly. 

LITTLE GYPSY GAY. (R) 



Matas, Ona, pseud. 
Virginia K. 



SEE Donnelley, 



Mathews, Robert W. 

A STRANGER IN OUR HOUSE. 

Matthew, Bernard, pseud. 
Bernard Matthew. 

Maupassant, Guy de . 
ALBERT HERRING. 
ISODORUS. 

Maurette, Marcelle. 
LAUEETTE. 

Mawra Enterprises, Inc. 
GALACTIC PATROL. 



SEE Ginsberg, 



Maxwell, 
RATS. 



John. 



Maxwell, John. SEE Maxwell, B. John. 

Maxwell, Richard. 

THE FRUIT OF THE OTHER TREE. 

Maxwell, Wayne, Jr. 

THERE MUST BE A SANTA CLAUS. 

May, Elaine. 

AN ORIGINAL MUSICAL. 

May, Mel. 

DEAD SE;'. CAPER. 

May (Mel) Productions, Inc. 
DEAD SEA CAPER. 

Mayo, Mrs. Harold. 
FINDING A TRUE LOVE. 

MeanOj Cesare. 
MONTE IVNOR. (R) 

Means, Cyril C, Jr. 
RE-LEGALIZED ABORTION. 

Meany, John J. 

THE NIGHT THEY CHANGED THE STARS. 

Mebane, John C. 
HOW NOW. 

Medina, Edwardo. 
PURIA EN LA NOCHE. 

Mednick, Sam. 

WEAR IT IN GOOD HEALTH. 

Medoff, Mark. 
THE WAGER. 

Mee, Charles Louis, Jr. 
ANYONE! ANYONE, 

Meehan, Geoffrey T. 

HANNIBAL, A MILITARY GENIUS. 

Meeropol, Abel. 
HAPPY HUNTING. 

Heisel & Co., G.M.B.H., Edition. 

FRACKKaMODIE. 
Melohior, lb. 

DEAD SEA CAPER. 

Melhorn, George. 

ALL THAT COLLEGE JAZZ. 

Melton, Helen Josephine Holloway. 
I'M NOT YOUR FAIRY GODMOTHER. 



Melvin, Mrs. Willie B. 
GOLDEN MEMORY. 

Mendelsohn, Allan R. 
THE CROWDED COUCH. 

Menegas, Peter. 

A GIRLFRIEND IS A GIRLFRIEND IS A 
GIRLFRIEND IS A GIRLFRIEND. 

Meroadal, Santiago Monoada . SEE 
Monoada Mercadal, Santiago. 

Meredith Pub. Co. 
THE CLOUDS. 
DOS DRAMAS DE BUERO VALLEJO: AVENTURA 

EN LO GRIS & LAS PALABRAS EN LA 

ARENA. 
DRAMA, PRINCIPLES & PLAYS. 
ESCUADRA HACIA LA MUERTE. 
INTERMEZZO . 
PANORAMA DU THEATRE NOUVEAU. 

ZEIT DER SCHULDLOSEN & ZEIT DER 
SCHULDIGEN . 
Meriwether (Arthur) Inc. 
JESUS MINUS TEN. 
WE KNOW ABOUT YOU, JESUS. 
WHO AM I. 

Merrick, Jerry. 

TALKIN' LOW LYIN' WOMAN. 

Messina, Joseph P. 

IS THERE AN INTRINSIC GRAVITATIONAL 
POTENTIAL ASSOCIATED WITH INERTIAL 
MASS. 

Messing, Mildred Wolfe. 

THE DEVIL AND THE CRISIS. (R) 

Messinger, James. 

JUDY, THE STORY OF A FAMILY IN DIS- 
TRESS. 
Metzger, Berta. 

PUPPET PLAYS. 

Meurer, Raymond J. 

THE SPACE INVADERS. 
Meyer, Jean. 

LA COURTE FAILLE. 

Meyers, Martin. 

THE EXPLOITS OF BARON MUNCHAUSEN. 

HOW DO YOU LUCE ME SO FAR. 
Miall, Agnes M. 

ROYAL TOUCH. (R) 

Michael, Mabel B. 

CLEO, OUR NEW BABY. 

Michael, R. D., pseud. SEE Dittmann, 
Robert. 

Michel (Albin)_, Editions. 
LA DOUBLE HELENE. 

THEATRE. 
Michel, Rimsa. 
honk: HONK. 

Michele, Lorraine, pseud. SEE 
Seymour, Lorraine Michele. 

Middlemass, Robert. 
SEARCH ME. (R) 

Mlddleton, Emanuel A. 
LOLLIPOP ISLAMD. 

Middleton, Thomas.. 

MICHAELMAS TERM. 
Mikenas, Edward. 

THE PRETTY ONES. 
Mikenas, Edward E., Sr. 

C. 0. D. (AS IN CODPIECE) 

Miklos, Asztalos. 
ALTEREGO (AZ) (R) 

Miles, William C. 

THREE TO THE CLOSING BRIDGE. 



Millenkovich-Morold, Max von. 
Morold-Millenkovlcs, Max-. 



SEE 



Millenkovics, Stephan. 
DOROTHEA. (R) 

Millenkovics, Max Morold-. 
Millenkovics, Max. 

Miller, Arthur. 

DEATH OF A SALESMAN. 
LISTEN, MY CHILDREN. (R) 

Miller, Joseph William. 
PARIS AND HELEN. 

Miller. Norman. 

THE ADULTER (Y)ATED TRUTH. 
SCHWARTZ' INFERNO. 



SEE Morold- 



Miller, Paul J. 
William. 



SEE Miller, Joseph 



Milhaud, Madeleine. 
MEDEE. (R) 



Miller, Robin. 
DAMES AT SEA. 

Miller, Sarah Walton. 

DEVOTIONAL DRAMAS FOR A MISSION 

WITNESS. 
DEVOTIONAL DRAMAS FOR EASTER. 

Miller, Wesley Gene. 

THE MANTLE OF GOD, HIS SPIRIT. 
Millholland, Charles Bruce. 

'GENE DEBS: VICTOR. (R) 

Millman, Edward M. 

INVISIBLE MEN ARE BLIND. 

Mills, Bernardine. 

HANSEL AND GRETEL AND WITCHDOM. 

Mills, Moylan C. 

SIMPLY Q. TERRIFIC. 

Milher, Roger. 

HOW'S THE WORLD TREATING YOU, 

Minkin, William. 

boston soul. 

stop; no trespassing; i'm starving 
myself to death. 

Minnesota. University. 
FIVE EVENINGS. 

Minnesota. University. Press. 
FIVE EVENINGS. 

Mlrvish, Robert F. 
MAR GO. 
WHO'S CHEATING. 

Mississippi. University. 

THE MID -SOUTH INVENTOR'S FAIR. 

Mr. Phonetics, pseud. SEE Smith, Oliver. 

Mitchell, Julian. 

A HERITAGE AND ITS HISTORY. 

Mittelmann, Jacob. 
ALEXANDRA. 

Modderno, John P. 

ORAL DELIVERY ON TELEVISION PROGRAMS. 

Modunk, Jackson, pseud. SEE Eastman, 
Lance. 

Moehn, Heinz. 

DAS ENDE EINER WELT. 

EIN LANDARZT. 

Moffat, Jack. SEE Moffat, John W. 

Moffat, John W. 

THERE COMES A TIME. 

Molene, Pierre- Andre, pseud. SEE 
Guigon, Andre. 

Molnar, Ferenc. 
HER COMEDY. (R) 

Molnar, Lili Darvas. 
HER COMEDY. (R) 



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Moltner, Murray. 
THE MUFFIN. 

Monarch Music Corp. 

SORRY ABOUT THAT, HERB. 

Moncada Mercadal, Santiago. 

CAPITAN FUROR. 
Monson, Douglas Henry. 

THE BAD DADDY. 

MontalvOj Jose A, 
UNA NUEVA VXDA. 

Monteverdi, Claudlo. 
L'ORFEO. 

Montroy, John D. 

HAIR TODAY, GONE TOMORROW. 

Moody, R. Bruce. 

MARY BROWN, MIRY BROWN'S BOMB, THE 
MUSHROOM, MUSHROOMS. 

Mooney, Phoebe. 

WHEN THE CAT'S AWAY. 

Moore, Carroll. 

BEST BEHAVIOR. 
Moors J Dorothy D. 

OUR TOWN AT CHRISTMAS. 

Moore, Jack J. 

CALIFORNIA DRIVERS, RIGHTS AND 
DUTIES. 
Moore, Marvin J. 

THIS IS THE SOUND OF PORT WORTH. 

Moore, Patrick Oliver. 
WHAT WAS IT. 

Moore, Robert C. 

MOORE'S HISTORY SOUNDSCOOPS. 
Moore, Vlolena Florence. 
WHAT WAS IT. 

Moorman, H. J., pseud. SEE Gardner, 
Rufus Hallette, III. 

Mora, Eugene A. 

HAS ANYBODY HERE SEEN JOEY. 

vioreno-Burgos Suarez, Gabriel. 
SERTORIO . 

lorgan, Louise, pseud. SEE Stlernberg, 
Louise. 

Morley, Arthur Roy. 

IS SOCIAL NUDISM IRRELIGIOUS. 

Morley, David. 

GOOD MORNING, MR. BELL. 

Morley, Judith. SEE Levitan, Judith 
Morley. 

Morlock, Frank Judson. 
THE IDIOT. 

Morning, Glenn L. 

WHAT CAN YOU DEPEND ON. 

Morold, Max. SEE Morold-Mlllenkovics, 
Max. 

Morold, Max von Millenkovlch- . SEE 
Morold-Mlllenkovlcs, Max. 

Morold-Mlllenkovics, Max. 
DOROTHEA. (R) 

Morpurgo, Helga Vania. 

THE CRUELTY OF INNOCENCE. 

Morris, Frances. 
A BRIDGE TO LOVE. 

Morris, Thomas Baden. 

VOICE OP THE PEOPLE. (R) 

Morrison, Doris. 

SOMETHING LIGHT TO CARRY. 



Morrison, Jim. 

IT HAPPENED TO JUNIOR. 

WORLD'S BIGGEST WHOPPER. 



Morrone, Vinoente. 

GUARD THE PIANO PLAYER. 
Mortimer, John L. 

PUBLIC RELATIONS AS AN ELEMENT IN THE 
BUSINESS OPERATION. 

Morton, David, 

THE GIFT OP THE MAGI. 

Moser, Halmer Forrest. 
SORRY, COPERNICUS. 

Mosman, Jone Allison. 
THE MONEY MAN. 

Mosse, Marcel George. 
DRACULA. 

Mosser, Joseph William. 
THE SUN KING. 

Mossl, Padre. 
OLLANTAY. 

Moyer, Neil Elliot. 
ONE OP OUE GIRLS. 

Mrozek, Slawomir. 
THEATRE . 

Mueller, Carl Richard. 
THE LULU PLAYS. 
THE VISIONS OF SIMONE MACHARD. 

Mueller, Donald A. 

LOOK BACK TO THE HILL. 

Muir, Maya-B. 
PAROUSIA. 

Mul^, Carmela. 

IL CIECO DI GERICO. (R) 
LA ZOLFARA. (R) 

Mul^, Francesco Paolo. 
IL CIECO DI GERICO. (R) 

Mule, Giuseppe. 

IL CIECO DI GERICO. (r) 
TAORMINA. (R) 
LA ZOLFARA'. (R) 

Muller (Brick), Swearingen, Dorrity 
Advertising, Inc. 
PROPOSAL TO SOUTHLAND BEEF & 
PROVISION CO. 



MunlE, Enrique, pseud. SEE Cabrera, 
Jose Antonio Gutierrez. 

Munn , Gary . 

THE JUDAS APPLAUSE. 

Munsingwear, Inc. 

10 WAYS TO TAKE STROKES OFF YOUR 
GAME. 
Murfi, Lldle. 

SKETCH, LANDSCAPING. 

Murphy, Florence. SEE Renner, 
Madeleine. 

Murphy, Mervyn. 

THE KNIGHTS OF THE STEPS. 

Murphy, Stuart. 

THE SWEET SAVOUR IN 7 PARTS TO IN- 
CLUDE CHIP'S CRUCIFIXION AND ASCEN- 
SION TO THE WINDOWS OF HEAV'N. 



Murray, Eric. 
ALEX. 

Murray, James M. 
ONE THING MISSING. 

Murray, Lewis, pseud. 
Murray. 



N 



SEE Moltner, 



Naohlln, Jack. 

THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. 

Namrah, Inc. 

THE COMPLETE CHRONICLE OF ABSOLUTELY 
PERFECT HOUSEKEEPING. 

Nancy Enterprises, Inc. 
THE ODD COUPLE. 
SWEET CHARITY. 

Mapoli, Jacopo. 

IL MALATO IMMAGINARIO. (R) 

Narcy, Jacques. 
MAMAN J'AI PEUR. 

Nash, N. Richard. 
NO LATTER RAIN. (R) 

Nast (Conde) Publications, Inc. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Nathan, Robert. 
JULIET IN MANTUA. 

Nathan, Rose. SEE Levy, Rose Nathan. 



National Assn. of Electrical 
Distributors . 
ROBBINS & ASSOCIATE. 

National Gypsum Co. 

BUILDING YOUR IMAGE, BY BETTER 
BUILDING. 

National Jewish Welfare Board. 

JUDAISM'S COMING GOLDEN AGE: THE 
PROMISE AND PROSPECT OF AMERICAN 
JEWRY. 
National Theatre of Great Britain. 
LOVE FOR LOVE. 

Navarro, Leandro. SEE Navarro Benet, 
Leandro. 

Navarro Benet, Leandro. 
DUENA Y SENORA. 

Nave, Arthur R. 

WHEN MY POINKEY COMES MARCHING HOME, 
VOL.1, THE DRAMA. 
Nave, D. P. 

THE SHINING ISLANDS. 

WHEN MY POINKEY COMES MARCHING HOME, 
VOL.1, THE DRAMA. 

Nave, Dslbert P. 

ABOUT THE NINTH HOUR. 

FIRST LADY AND THE DEVIOUS KNIGHT. 

WITH BLUE MEN. 

Nay lor, Gary. 

THE SAGA OP ROARING GULCH. 



Musil, Rosemary Gabbert. 

THE GHOST OF MR. PENNY. (R) 

Musser, David Kenneth. 
THE MARKETING SYSTEM. 

Myers, Catherine. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 



Nazarene Pub. House. 
Pub . Co . 

Nebbia, Michael. 
ANGELO AND ANGELA. 

Nebraska. University. 
FATAL CURIOSITY. 
LOVE FOR LOTO. 
MICHAELMAS TERM. 
THE ROVER. 
THE SPANISH COMEDY. 
THE TENDER HUSBAND. 

Neff , Joseph W. 
PEORIA . 

Neil, Gordon, pseud. 

John Gordon Neil. 
Neilan, Marshall. 

HEARTBREAK TOWN. 
Nelms, Bobby Wayne. 
GOIN HOME. 



SEE Llllenas 



Press. 



SEE Rushbrook, 



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Nelson^ Katherine Vincent. 
TAKE YOUR CHOICE. 

Nelson, Lola. 

HOPE AND HER MASTER. 

Nelson, Sandy. SEE Egnatzik, Joseph. 

Nelson, Sharon. 

THE HUMAN EQUATION. 

Nemec, R. Bartlett, 
JACKIE. 

Nemzer, Daniel Edward. 

A GAME OF CHANCE PLAYED IN THE RAIN. 

Neren, Jerome F. 

ENVIRONMENTAL CRITERIA AND RELATED 
SIZE AND GROWTH IN CAPTIVITY DP 
ALLIGATOR MISSISSIPIENSIS HND CAIM5N 
SCLEROPS. 

Nerenberg, Henry. 

WHAT? ANOTHER SPY STORY. 

Nestor, Lee T. 

THE AUGUST PARALLELS. 

MAN OUT OF TIME. 
Nestroy, Johann. 

DER VERBANNUNG AUS DEM ZAUBERKEICH. 

Netzband, Richard Peter. 

DEAD THIS DAY, NICHOL'S POINT, 
WHEELOCK KORASON. 
Revfeux, Georges. 

LA ROULETTE ET LE SOUTEREAIN. 

Newbury, Kent Alan. 

ME OWE IT ALL TO EDGAR J. 

Newfleld, Eva, pseud. SEE Vavruska, 
Eva N. 

Newfleld, George, pseud. SEE 
Vavruska, George William. 

Newman, Martin, 
FHILLIS. 

Nicholas, Morna. 

TRAITOR'S GATE. (R) 

Nichols (Lee) Music Co. 
I AM AN AMERICAN. 

Nicholson, Llda. 
THE DISCOTORY. 

Nicholson, Opal L. 
THE WHIRLWIND. 

Kicolaeff, Ariadne. 
Fr\7E EVENINGS'. 

Nicolais, Evelyn Doric. 

THE CAPTAIN OF THE TWENTY I»IULE TEAM. 

Nlebyl, Karl H. 

OH THE NATURE OP GREEK THOUGHT AHIi 
ITS RELATION TO THE STRUCTURE OF 
ANCIENT GREEK SOCIETY. 

Nielsen, Elizabeth. 
HELL'S BELLES. 

Nielsen, Kay Vincent, pseud. SEE 
"Nelson, Katherlne Vln^-ent. 

Nightingale, Earl. 

HOW TO GET RICH 8c THE TOP 5^ CLUB. 

Nightingale -Conant Corp. 

HOW TO GET RICH & THE TOP 5% CLUB. 



Niscemi, Margherita dl. SEE 
Niscemi, Margherita V. 

Niscemi, Margherita V. 
BEFORE THE BIRD BALL. 
CONDI'TIONS'OF SALE. 

Nixon, John Denys. 

THE BURNING OF THE PEGGY STEWART. 

Nobis, Amy. 

ABOUT PACE. 
Nordstrom, Mary. 

LOVE ON A WIDE SCREEN. 



Noreault, Robert. 

THE HERO. 
Norlander, Raissa Balmain. 

MONTE IVNOR. (R) 

Norman, Wayne. 

HOW SVffiET WAS MY SWAMP. 
Norman, William F. 

ILLEGAL EMPIRE 300. 

Norris, Frank. 
THE OCTOPUS. 

North, Beatrice Marie Prada, 
TAINTED MONEY ON A HERO. 

North Carolina. University. Carolina 
Population Center. 
ETHICS AND UNMARRIED SEX, MORALS RE- 
EXAMINED. 

Norvelle, Lee. 

MANY MANSIONS. (R) 

Norwood, Dorothy. 
THE SINGING SLAVE. 

Norwood, V. Dennlse Haas. 
WHITE IBIS. 

Novello, Ivor. 

DANCING YEARS. (R) 
GLAMOROUS NIGHT. (R) 

Novello & Co. , Ltd. 
A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 
THE FAIRY QUEEN. 

THE JUDAS TREE. 
L'ORi^EO. 

THE QUARRY. 

Nusbaum, N. Richard, pseud. SEE 
Nash, N. Richard. 

Nutt, Frances Tysen. 
WE. 



Gates, Marlienne Joella. 
THE 'saving OF YOUR SOUL. 

Obaldia, Rene de. > 

SEPT IMPROMPTUS A LOISiR. 

O'Brien, John W. 

ROCKETS IN CUBA. 
O'Brien, William J. 

JUDY, THE STORY OF A FAMILY IN DIS- 
TRESS . 

Obrikat, Helen. 

THE CUCKOO BIRD EGGS. 
0' Casey, Eileen. 

STAR TURNS RED. (R) 
0' Casey, Sean. 

STAR TURNS RED. (R) 

O'Connell, Kathleen. 
INKPADUTA . 

0' Conner, Planner. SEE O'Connor, 
Flarmery. 

O'Connor, Edvjin. 

THE TPAVELER FROM BRAZIL. 

O'Connor, Flannery. 
THE DISPLACED PERSON. 

O'Connor, _Plannery, Estate of. 
THE DISPLACED PERSON. 

Oddo, Jasper Samual. 
ANNIE AND MIKE. 

Odell, Robert Lee. 
THE HUNGRY COWBOY. 

Offenbach, Jaques. 

THE TALES OF HOFFMANN. 

Ogle, Marvin 0. 

GREEN IS THE LAUREL LEAF. 



Ohneiser, Joseph J. 
DOUBLE TAKE. 

Oldsmoblle Division, General Motors 
Corp. SEE General Motors Corp. 
Oldsmobile Division. 

Olessi, Frederick. 
ECCO L'UOMO. 

Olias, Lotar. 

CHARLEY'S NEUE TANTE. 
MILLIONEN FUR PENNY. 

Olin, John. 

I'VE SEEN MY OWN COFFIN. 

Oliver, Fideli B. 

BUSCANDO POLLOS PA 'LA TELEVISION. 

Oliver, William I. 

THE DAY THEY LET THE LIONS LOOSE. 

I TOO SPEAK TO THE ROSE. 

THE LIBRARY. 



Olson, A. Grant. 

JOURNEY IN FOREVER. 

O'Malley, Martin J. 

TEA FOR THREE BILLION. 

O'Neill, Carlotta Monterey. 
THE ICEMAN COMETH. (R) 
MORE STATELY MANSIONS. 

O'Neill, Eugene. 

THE ICEMAN COMETH. (R) 
MORE STATELY MANSIONS. 

O'Nsill, Eugsne Gladstone. 
MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA. 

O'Parra, Angelo. 
THE HAIR -DRESS ER. 

Ordway, Sally. 

THREE DOGS, A CAT AND AN APPLE. 

Ordynski, Anna. 
JUPITER. 

SCREAM AND SCRAM, FAMOUS INVESTIGA- 
TORS. 
SHEER HEAVEN. 
SOLAR PLEXUS. 
VffiEGEE WHEEL. 
WIGGLE -A -GIGGLE. 
WHAT'S UP YOUR SLEEVE. 

O'Reilly, James. 
ADELHEID . 

Orgel, Georg, pseud. SEE Ungar, Hans. 

Orkow, Benjamin Harrison. 

DEMENTIA FEMINA. (R) 
Orhsteln, Robert J. 

OPEN-TO-BUY. 
Orr, Travis N. 

THE BOY 'JHO KNEW HE WAS DYING. 

Osborn, Carolyn. 

CONTETTI IN THE BATHTUB. 
Osmundsen, William Earth. 

LITTLE, UNIMPORTANT THINGS. 

Osolsobe. Ivo. 

THE MOCKING CUCKOO. 

Osolsobe, Jiri. 

THE MOCKING CUCKOO. 

Osolsobe, Ludmila. 

THE MOCKING CUCKOO. 
Ostall, Pietro. SEE Sonzogno di Pietro 

Ostali, Casa Musioale. 

Otis, James. 
TOBY TYLER. 

0' Toole, Barbara T. 

WATCHMAN, WHAT OF THE NIGHT. 

Otto, Eleanor. 

MORAR'S STUDIO & NEVATILLE CLIPPER. 



Owen, Armitage. 

FOR GOODNESS SAKE. (E) 



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87 



Owen, Paul H, 

NEVER MARRY A SAILOR. 

0\-ren, Richard. 

A FISHERMAN CALLED PETER. 

Owen, Sally. SEE Owen, Sara. 



Owen, Sara. 

FROM AN UPPER WINDOW. 

OiiienS;, Dovle A. 

WHITE COLLAR THIEF. 

Oxford University Press. 
PARADISE ISLAND. 



Padgett, Esther. 
THE SEARCHER. 

Paer, William E. 
WELCOME HOME. 

Paige, Ethel. 

FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE, MENUS OF 
RESTAURANTS OP NEW YORK. 

Palladiuo, Joseph A. 
ACTORS STUDIO. 
ANATOMY OF BURLESQUE HUMOR. 

THE PITCHMAN BIT. 
Pallenberg, Robert Richard. 
OUR LADY OF THE STRIPTEASE. 

Pallock, Ruth. 

LOVE AND BLESSINGS. 
Palmer, Lucile. SEE McMillan, Luclie 
Palmer. 

falitiSr, Seott. 
ABOUT FACE. 

Pannain, Guide. 
L'INTRUSA. (R) 

Papell, Stan. 

FOR BUSINESS COUPLES ONLY. 

Papini, Giovanni. 
RE LEAR. (R) 

Parent, Gall. 

I WERE A HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE. 

Parenti, Mario. 

BENVENUTO CELLINI. 

Park, Mary P. 

PEAR WATER AND GRITS. 

Park, Polly. SEE Park, Mary P. 

Parker, Alfred. 
TULIP TIME. (R) 

Parker, Barbara S. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS. 

Parker, F. M. 
TULIP TIME. (R) 

Parkes, James. 

SCRIPTS OF lESSONS FOR PARKES SYSTEM 
OF TEACHING TOUCH TYPING. 

PSi-kinfe, Mauj'ies p. 

THE COMING OF Il^ITERNATIONAL 
NEGALOPOLIS URBAN GROWTH ACROSS 
THE CANADIAN-AMERICAN BORDER. 

THE PLANNING OF URBAN RENEWAL. 

Parkway Supply Co. 
WITH THE TIDE. 

Parodl, Renato. 

FOLIES BERGERE 1663. 

Parson, Mary Jean. 

COCK AND BULL. 

A MEAL IN MINUTES. 
Pascal, Fran. 

HEAVENS TO BETSY. 



Pascal, John. 

HEAVENS TO BETSY. 

Pasquariello, Anthony M. 
ESCUADRA HACIA LA MUERTE. 

Passage, Charles E. 
TORQUATO TASSO. 

Passavanti, Cheryl Michele. 
THE RABBIT MAH. 

Paszthory, Dora von. 

DIE PRINZESSIN UND DER SCHWEINE- 
HIRT. (R) 

Patalon, Edna E. 
THE LORD OUR KING. 

Pate, Michael. 
AGE OF CONSENT. 
RIDE THE PROUD WIND. 
Pate, Thomas E. , Jr. 
NINETEEN NINETEEN. 

Patrick, Joseph, pseud. SEE Lamb, 
Joseph Patrick. 

Patterson, Silla Bea. 
ABC BLOCKS. 

Patterson, Williara John. 
THE YELLOW MADONNA. 

Patty, Ovenell. 
HELL ON EARTH. 

Paul, Doris A. 

THE PARTICULAR LITTLE SHOP. 

Paulson, Arvid. 
DEBIT AKD CREDIT. 
THE FIRST WARNING. 
IN THE FACE OF DEATH. 
MOTHERLOVE. 
THE OUTLAW. 
SIMOON. 
STORMCLOUDS. 

Payton, Lenny, pseud. SEE 
D'Angelo, Salvatore J. 

Payton, Robert L. 
BIG JOHN'S SON. 

Pazandak, Alexander. 
CRISPUS ATTUCKS. 

Peach Music, Inc. 

IT HAPPENED TO JUNIOR. 

WORLD'S BIGGEST TOOPPER. 
Peacock, Thomas Love. 

NIGHTMARE ABBEY. 

Pedianl, Iva. SEE Marti ra no, Iva 

Pedianl. 
Pelaez, Marino. 

KINGS AND DEVILS. 

Pella, Dorothy. 
DEN OF MERJIAIDS. 

PelUEO, Emanuel. 

THE WRONG PATH. 
Pendexter, Hugh, III. 

THE CROCHETED 'OAT. 
PsnJleton, James D. 

THE MYSTICAL LIFE OP JOHN PIST. 

Penn, Gwcny. 

ALL IN A NIGHT'S WALK. 

Pepperman, Richard. 
THE OUTING. 
UNDER PRILLS & DINGLING BELLS. 

Percy, Ed'A'ard, pseud. SEE Smith, E. P. 

Perlin. Irving. 

HOW HOW, GEORGE SNOOD. 

Perrln, Relne Salnte Marie. SEE 

Claudel, Relne Salnte Marie Perrin. 

Perron, Lillian DerSarkissian. 

A WOM.AN'S GLORY: MISS STENOGRAPHY, 
IffiS. AMERICA, Wm. CHARITY. 

Perry, Lavirence. 

SECURITY IS THE NAME OF THE GAME. 



Perry, Leslie David. 

INTEGRATION. 
Pesta, Raymond J. 
WHY ME. 

Peterelt, Erma Renstrom. 
INFANTS IH IWINITY. 

Peters, Richard Qakes. 

A NEW APPROACH: HISTECOLOGY. 

Peterson, Evelyn R. 

WHAT GOES UP THE CHIMNEY. 

Pethybrldge, David C. 
DO IT YOURSELF. 

Petrella, Frank. 

PORTRAIT OF A PSYCHEDELIC SOUL. 

Pstroooehino, Dimltri. 

GARCONS, FILLES ET CHIENS. (R) 

Pfell, Herman W. 

ALL'S FAIR IN LOVE AND BUSINESS. 
ALTER EGO. 

Pfister, Peter L. 

COMPLETE COVERAGE. 
Pheatt, Richard Cadwell. 

THE GUN AND THE RAZOR. 

Phelps, Lyon. SEE Phelps, William 
Lyon, II. 

Phelps, William Lyon, II. 
ABC AND Q. E. D. 
R. R. HOOD AND GREY EYES. 

Philadelphia. Junior League, 

A LION'S TALE. 

Philadelphia. Junior League. 
Children's Theatre Committee. 
A LION'S TALE. 

Phillips, Jaokson E. 
FRONTIER GUMS. 

Phillips, Phillip W. 
THE NOODLE. 

Phillips, Randolph. 

THE TRAGEDY OF HARRY HAMMOND, SON OF 
THE BLACK BULL. 

Phipps, Simon. 

COME FLY WITH ME. 

KING OF THE CASTLE. 
Pichler, Gustav. 

DER VERBAHNUNG AUS DEM ZAUBERREICH. 

Picker, Ida Reglna . 
BURNERING, A MYTH. 

Plcozzi, Raymond, 

PLAYS TO ENJOY. 
Pierce, Richard. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 

Pierce, Robert L. 

A MIDGET JUST WALKED BY. 

Pike, Robert L. 

BULLITT. 
Pllcher, Robert Joseph. 

THE ARCHARTISTS. 

Pillero, Charles V., Jr. 
BLACK BELT, LTD. 

Plneau-ftuercy, Jacqueline Breitel. 
GARCONS, FILLES ET CHIENS. (R) 

Plnget, Robert. 

PANORAMA DU THEATRE NOUVEAU, VOLUME 
1: LE THEATRE DES ENTERS. 

Pinkerfeld, Anda Amir. 

KING SOLOMON'S JUDGEMENT. 

Plotrowskl, Andrew. 
THE PREGNANT PAUSE. 

Planemar Music Co. 

THE GIRL THAT LOVED JESUS. 
Plautus . 

THE CLOUDS. 

THE HAUNTED HOUSE. 



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Play Schools Assn. 
SETTING UP A ROOM. 

Pluch, Thomas. 

LIGHTER DER NACHT. 
DER UNFALI.. 

Pocillo, Patrick. 
RIP VAN WINKLE. 

Pogj Edgar Allan. 

THE TELL-TALE HEART. 

Poggiali, Leonard. 

TURN OVER AND KISS THE WORLD GOOD- 
NIGHT. 

PoirCj Francoise. 

COMME AU THEATRE. 
Poire, Jean. 

OPERATION LA GRELECHE . 

Poiret, Jean, pseud. SEE Poire, Jean. 

Polaek, James P. 
CINDERELLA. 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. 
THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA. 
THE THREE BEARS. 

Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp. SEE General Motors Corp. 
Pontiae Motor Division. 



Popkln, A. P. 

CHARITY COMMITTEE. (R) 

Popper, Lily. 

DISCUSSION OF TWO SYNDROMES CAUSING 
LEARNING AND BEHAVIORAL DIFFICUL- 
TIES IN SCHOOL FREQUENTLY LEADING 
TO HOSPITALIZATION. 

Poquelin, Jean Baptiste. 

FOLIES BERGERE 1668. 
IMAGINARY INVALID. (R) 
THE LEARNED LADIES. 

Porath, Gerald Arthur. 
HOT SUMMERS DAY. 
THIS TRAIN. 
Porter, William Sydney. 
THE GIFT OF THE MAGI. 

Portnoy, Edward. 
FOLIE A DEUX. 

Portnoy, Howard S. 
A TIME FOR GRACE. 

Posey, Charles Rowland. 
PROPHET WITHOUT HONOR. 

Potter, Grace Elisabeth. 
I, A STRANGER. (R) 

Poverello, Sister. SEE Raspanti, Mary 

Poverello, Sister. 
Powell, Adam Clayton. 
AMAZING GRACE. 
BE YOURSELF. 
BURN BABY BURN. 
THE COURAGE TO REPENT. 
DAWN OF A NEW DAY. 
THE DEATH OF ANY MAN. 
FEAR ICNOCKED AT THE DOOR. 
HANDWRITING ON WALL. 
KEEP THE FAITH BABY. 

LOVE YOUR ENEMIES, THE POWER OF LOVE. 
A MANDATE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE. 
MY DEAR COLLEAGUES. 
ONE DAY. 

THE POWER OF PRAYER. 
A SENSE OF SIN. 

THIS THING, THIS THING, JESUS. 
WHAT'S IN YOUR HAND. 
Powell, F. Thomas. 

HAVING TROUBLE WITH TENSIONS. 
Povjell, Leon R. 
S.A.M. 

Powell, Tom. SEE Powell, F. Thomas. 



Powers, Elizabeth. 
THE PLANTER. 

Powers, Meta. 
HANDY MAN. (R) 
LIFE STUDIES. (R) 

Powers, Tom. 
HANDY MAN. (R) 

LIFE STUDIES. (R) 

Peyser, Thomas 0. 

ARE PEOPLE YOUR PROBLEM. 

Praml, Joseph Patrick. 

THE PEARL. 
Prentice-Hall, Inc. 

LE CID. 

Prentiss, Robert S. 

AH, SWEET MISTER E. O'FLIFE. 

Press, Stephen M. 
ROUGHING IT. 
TOM COOPER, CAPTAIN OF INDUSTRY. 

Preston, Donn. 

THE SPACE INVADERS. 

Preston, Spencer. 

FAREWELL MY SHINING STAR. 

Prete, Louis. 
THE BLACK VEIL. 

Price, Olive. SEE Cherryholmes, 
Olive Price. 

Price, Will. 

THE WORLD'S DELIGHT. 

Priestley, Violet. 
ANATOMY OP COLOR. 
ENCYCLOPEDIAS'. 
PERSPECTIVE'. 

Priestley, Violet. SEE Library 
Filmstrlp Center. 

Pritikin, Ro,land I. 

JOHN XXIII, THE POPULATION EXPLOSION. 

Proctor, Helen. 
PROPOSAL. (R) 

Protherough, Robert. 
A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 

Provencher, Rose Marie N. 
THE .FOREVER GLUE. 

Provost, Consuela M. 
DEEP RIVER RISES. 

Prueitt, Gerald. 
ONE FOR THE MONEY. 

psyche. Inc. 

UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 259 BOARD 
MEETING APRIL 5, 1967. 

Puccini, Glacomo. 
LA BOHEME. 

Pugsley, William. 

A NOTEWORTHY RECONSTRUCTION AND RE- 
DISTRIBUTION OF THE 16TH PRESIDENT 
OF THE UNITED STATES. 
P0kelevi!?iut5, BirutS Klara. 
AUKSO S'/^SIS. 

Purcell, Gerard W. 

RALLY 'ROUND THE FLAGG. 

Purcell, Henry. 
THE FAIRY QUEEN. 

Purcell, Margaret Barbrick. 
THE FUGUE. (R) 

Puaerski, Antonia. 

HELLO EARTHLINGS. 
Pyle, Mary Thurman. 

WINGS IN THE DARK. (R) 



Quennell, Eunice H. 
LASSIE'S REVENGE. 

MARGIE. 
THE SEAGULL'S ROOST. 

Quercy, Jacqueline Breitel Plneau-. 

SEE Pineau-Quercy, Jacqueline 

Breitel. 
Quicksilver, Joan. 

IT STARTED WITH EVE. 

Quint, Beverly. 

THE BOY WHO WOULDN'T BELIEVE HIS 
EYES: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. 

Quirk, Thomas Joseph. 
ESSENCE(S) OF LIFE. 
TOMORROW, WITH LOVE. 

Quolrez, Francoise. 
L'ECHARDE. 



R 



Racanelll, Sally. 

TRUNK? YOU. 
Radio Corp. of America. 

LOVE FOR LOVE. 
Raebeck, Lois. 

CLASSROOM RHYTHMS. 

FINGER PLAY, VOL. 1 & 2. 
INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC READING & 
EXPLORING MUSIC READING. 

MUSICAL EXPERIENCES FOR BASIC LEARN- 
ING READINESS: WHO AM I. 
OUR FIRST RHYTHM BAND. 

Rael, Elsa. 

GINGERBREAD JOHN. 
Rag land, James M. 
DER HUND 1ST LOS. 

Raimund, Ferdinand. 

THE KING OF THE ALPS AND THE MISAN- 
THROPE. 

Rainey, Richard B. , Jr. 

DISTANT WARS AND PAR OUT ESTIMATES. 

Ralston, Jerry. 
SUZY CREAMCHEESE. 

Ramey, Fredrlc Darryl. 
JUST TRY IT. 



RIGHT FOR ONCE. 



Rand, Harold L. 
Harold L. 



pseud. SEE Knopman, 



Random House, Inc. 

TWENTIETH CENTURY DRAMA: ENGLAND', 
IRELAND, THE UNITED STATES. 

Rannsten, Karl, pseud. SEE Bodin, 
Duane L. 

Raspanti, Mary Poverello, Sister. 
MY NAME IS RAJA. 

Raspin, Jill Fenson. 
DON'T DILLY DALLY. 

.Keith. SEE Raspin, Jill 



Raspin, Mrs 
Fenson. 

Rau, Franz. 

DAS DUMME MADCHEN . 



(R) 



Rauscher, Henry, pseud. SEE Humphreys, 
Henry S. 

Ravel, Avlva, pseud. SEE Rubalsky, 
Eva. 



Q 



^uaekenbush, DeLniar. 

DADDY, YOU SHOULD PRAY. 



Ravold, John. 

MUSICAL VERSION OF LITTLE WOMEN. 

Ravold, Walter. 

MUSICAL VERSION OF LITTLE WOMEN. 

Rawlins, James. 
TIGER MAN. 



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(R) 



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Rav^Ilou Music . 

DEAD END STREET MONOLOGUE. 
RIGHTEOUS WOMAN MONOLOGUE. 

Rawls, Lou. 

DEAD END STREET MONOLOGUE. 
RIGHTEOUS WOMAN MONOLOGUE. 

Reach, James. 

BOARDING SCHOOL. (R) 
GEORGIE-PORGIE. (R) 
IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY. CR) 
JUBIE. (R) 

NOW THAT APRIL'S HERE. (R) 

OH, PROMISE ME. (R) 

SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW. (R) 

WEST END HIGH. (R) 

Reardon, William R. 
A POCKET FULL OF WRY. 

Reath, Ellen W. 

PAROUSIA. 
Rector, Margaret Hayden. 

m. FERRIS AND THE MODEL. 

Red River Songs, Inc. 

THE CRAZY MIXED UP HOTEL. 
Redel, Theresa. 

I SPY, ONE GOOD TURN. 

Reed, Dena. 

A PENNY SAVED. (R) 
Reed, John Ambrose. 

A MASS FOR HARRY STEIN. 



Reed, Richard Steele-. 
Reed, Richard. 



SEE Steele- 



Reeder, J. F, 

A STRANGER IN THE EARTH. 

Reese, Mark Allan. 
GUTZ. 



Reeverts, Louis J. 

A TRIP ON THE HELL-BOUKD TRAIN. 
Reeves, Jim. 

WELCOME TO MY WORLD, FRIENDS. 

YOURS SINCERELY, JIM REEVES. 

Reeves (Mary) Inc. 

WELCOME TO MY WORLD, FRIENDS. 
YOURS SINCERELY, JIM REEVES. 



Regan, Sylvia. SEE Ellstein, Sylvia 
Regan. 

Regenos, Dean Madison. 
READE. 

Reilly, John A. 
THE ADAMS CASE. 

Reilly, John H. 
INTERMEZZO . 
Rein, Robert. 
GROW WITH ME. 

Reiner, Carl. 

SOMETHING DIFFERENT. 

Reinhart, Robert C. 
SERVETUS. 

Reinhold, Robert, pseud. SEE Rein, 
Robert. 

Reiss, A.G. 

DIE raEDERTAUFER. 
Renaud, Frederic, pseud. SEE Poire, 

Francoise. 
Renner, Madeleine. 

THE CANTERBURY WAY. 
Republic Steel Corp. 

ADDITIONAL COLD FINISHED SERVICES. 

THE ADVANTAGES OF COLD FINISHED BARS. 

THERMAL TREATMENT OF COLD FINISHED 
STEEL. 
Resnik, Henry. 

THE UNNATURAL STATE. 



Resnik, Michael. 

THE UNNATURAL STATE. 

Resnik, Muriel. 

THE UNNATURAL STATE. 

Respighi, Ottorino. 

LE ASTUZIE PEMMINILI. (R) 



Joseph J., pseud. SEE 
Joseph J. 



Reynolds 
Slyman 

Rhatigan, Edward E., Trustee. 

RAT OR RAINBOW. 
Rhea, Glendon Howard. 

WELCOME HOME. 

Ribemont-Dessaignes, Georges. 
THEATRE. 

Ribman, Ronald. 

THE JOURNEY OF THE FIFTH HORSE AND 
HARRY, NOON AND NIGHT. 

Rlbner , Irving . 

AS YOU LIKE IT. 

MEASURE FOR MEASURE. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF 
DENMARK. 

THE TRAGEDY OF KING LEAR. 
Rice, Elmer. 

TWO ON AN ISLAND. (R) 

Richards, Carroll Hamilton. 

FACTS ABOUT MISINTERPRETATIONS. 

Richards, Robert L. 

THE BIG BORRASCA OF '72. 

Richards, Scott, pseud. SEE North, 
Beatrice Marie Prada. 

Richardson, Henry Handel. 
ULTIMA THULE. (R) 

Richardson, Howard. 
OLLANTAY. 

Richman, Sol. 

FOLLIES BURLESQUE 6?. 

Riccoboni. 

DOROTHEA. (R) 

Ricordi (G.) & C, S.P.A. 
LE ASTUZIE FEMMINILI. (R) 
FOLIES BERGERE 166a. 
L'INTRUSA. (R) 
RE LEAR. (R) 
LA ZOLFARA. (R) 

RidgS Music Corp. 

SPAGHETTI SAUCE AND OTHER DELIGHTS. 



SEE Dinnebier, 



Riegel, Peter, pseud. 
Otto. 

Rieke, Herbert E. 
VEM AR DIN SKAPARE. 

Rifen, John R. 
THE LOST MINE. 

Riggin, Joan Tyler. 
THE SUMMER HARBOR. 

Rigsby, Donald A. 
SUMIMASEN MY LOVE. 

Riley, Dorothy Mary. 

THEY SEEK A LAND. 
Riley, Jean. 

THE DIRTY DOVE. 

Rimer, J. Thomas, III. 
THE MORNING VERSION. 



Rimsky-Korsakoff , Nicolas Andreievich. 

THE GOLDEN BIRD. 
Rlndler, Milton. 

WORLD WALKS IN. (R) 

Rines, Robert H. 

A WHITMAN PORTRAIT. 



Ring Music, Publishers. 
SIMPLY Q. TERRIFIC. 

Rintell, -Douglas. 
CYRANO. 

Riordan, Hugh D. 

UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 259 BOARD 
MEETING APRIL 3, 196? . 

Ripley, Robert. 
THE WEDDING. 

Riskin, Fay Wray. 
RISE AND SHINE. 
Rivera, Nick. 
'UNA NUEVA VIDA. 

Rives, Elizabeth. 
THE G MAN. 

Rizzuto, Gerald John. 

DIALOGUES AND LITURGIES. 



Roach, Abbey Lincoln. 
Anna Marie. 

Roach, Anna Marie. 
A STREAK 0' LEAH. 

Robblns, Nina S. 
THE BRIBE. 

THE LINE OF SUCCESSION. 
LINEN DEPARTMENT. 
THE MAGIC RING. 
NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS. 
OPERATION WEDDING. 
THE THIRD CORNER. 

Roberson, Major. 
SHOUT. 



SEE Roach, 



Roberts, 
SAGA. 



Fay Ingram. 



Roberts, Lawrence. 

THE GIRL THAT LOVED JESUS. 

Roberts, Linda. 

THE LITTLE WHITE SCHOOL HOUSE. 

Roberts, Sharon. 
ABOUT FACE. 

Robertson, Earl Lawrence. 
THE EMIGRANTS. 

Robinson, Bertrand. 
LADIES DAY. (R) 

Robinson, Cleophus. 
BACK SLIDING HEIFER. 

Robinson, Irving H. 

JUDY, THE STORY OF A FAMILY IN DIS- 
TRESS . 

Robinson, W. 0. 
MARITANA. (R) 

Roeca, Lodovioo. 
MONTE IVNOR. (R) 

Roche, Jack. SEE Roche, John F. 
Roche, John F. 

MISS DREAM WIPE. 
Rochford, Jeanne, 

CRUCIFIXION IN MODERNE. 



Mrs. Thomas. SEE Rochford, 



Rochford, 
Jeanne. 

Rockefeller, Katherlne Rivett. 

THE TRAVELING PLAYHOUSE VERSION OF 
RIP VAN WINKLE. 
Rodeheaver Co. 

DARKNESS AND DAWK. 

FAIREST LORD JESUS. (R) 

THE HOME IN BETHANY. 

THE HOPE OF HEAVEN, 
THE MEANING OF EASTER TODAY. 

THE NEWBORN KING. 



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RODEHEAVER CO. -Con. 

THE TRUE GIFT OF CHRISTMAS. 
THE WISHING WELL. (R) 

RodmaHj Dorothy. 

MACHIA¥ELLI AND THE MANDRAKE. 



Rogers, David. 
THE HERO. 

Rogers, E. Lowell. 
Lowell, pseud. 



SEE Sanford, 



Rogers, Jim. 

FUNERAL MARCH FOR A ONE-MAN BAND. 

Rogers, Norman H. 
LES MISERABLES. 

Rogers, Norman H. SEE Classic Text 
Tapes. 

Rohkohl, Dister. 
VLADIMIR KOMMT. 

Rdidou, Emmanuel. 

THE SACRED OF INNOCENT. 

Roman, Christoph Martin Wieland. 
DES ESELS SCHATTEN. 



Roraanls, Artie, pseud. SEE Roumanls, 
Arthur A. 

Rome, Harold. 

THE ZULU AND THE 2AYDA. 

Ronell, Ann. 
MARTHA. (R) 

Roselle, Gerald E. 

ALL THAT COLLEGE JAZZ. 

Rosen, Sam L. 
HEIDI. 

Rosenbaum, Ben. 

SUNDAY AFTERNOON ON THE SQUARE. 

Rosenbaum, Benjamin. 
ALL THE WORLD. 

Rosenbaum, California Ben. SEE 
Rosenbaum, Ben. 

Rosenbaum, Steve. 
THE CABAL. 

Rosenberger, Herbert G. 

THE TRUTH ON BLACK AND WHITE. 

Rosengren, Arne. SEE Rosengren, 
Orvar Arne. 

Rosengren, Orvar Arne. 
YOUTH HOSTEL. 

Rosenthal, Saul. 

WHORESCENTS . 
Rosetree, Benjamin, pseud. SEE 

Rosenbaum, Benjainln. 

Rosinbum, Ralph R. 
A FIFE FOR JAMEY. 



SEE Wilson, 



Rosnay, Edith, pseud. 
Edith. 

Rosner, Joseph. 

CROOKED TO A FAULT. 

Rosow, Belle. 

ARRIVEDERCI, ROMA. 
DIRTY LITTLE HEART. 

Ross, Donald H. 

SHOOT ANYTHING WITH HAIR THAT MOVES. 

Ross, Jack. 

THE DESERTER. 
Ross, Martin H. 

CROSSOX/ER . 
Rossman, Vern. 

DRUM, HAMMER AMD CROSS. 
Rostand, Edmund. 

CYRANO. 



Rosten, Norman. 

COME SLOWLY, EDEN. 
FIRST STOP TO HEAVEN. (R1 
LISTEN, MY CHILDREN. (R) 
PROMETHEUS IN GRANADA. (R) 

Rothman, Sherman. 

THE ENCHANTED TAPESTRY. 

Rothschild, Alfred. 

THE FIRE IN THE FLINT SHOWS NOT TILL 
IT BE STRUCK. 

Roumanis, Arthur A. 
THE TRUTH GERM. 

RouSSslot, John H. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT. 

Roussin, Andri^. 
LA LOCOMOTIVE. 

Eouverol, Aurania. 
YOUNG APRIL. (R) 
Rovdand, Stanley J., Jr. 
CRAZY CHRISTMAS. 

Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H. 
MOHACS . 

Roy, Claude. 
THEATRE. 

Roy, Leland L. 

THE MID-SOUTH INVENTOR'S FAIR. 

Royal, Robert, pseud. SEE Prete, Louis. 

Royal Crown Cola. 

THE OTHER FELLOW'S SHOES. 

Rozakls, Gregory. 
GIGOLO. 

Rubalsky, Eva. 

A TALE OF TWO SEXES. 

UHBILI-COLA LIMITED. 
Rublno, Vere Geary. 

EYE OF THE WIND. 

Rufus, pseud. SEE Narcy, Jacques. 
Ruiz, Aloides J. 
CAMACHO'S WEDDING. 

Rumbold, Zoe Akins . 
I AM DIFFERENT. (R) 
STARVATION ON RED RIVER. (R) 

Rumsfield, John. 

MAY AND DECEMBER. 
Runyon, Damon. 

DANCING DAN'S CHRISTMAS. 

Rush, James J. 

NOT A WAY OF LIFE. 

Russ, Joanna. 
HOME LIFE. 
IN THESE FORESTS. 
NIGHTMRE ABBEY. 
ROSE OF MY HEART. 
SCENES FROM DOMESTIC LIFE. 
THE SHE-WOLF. 
THOSE THAT I FIGHT. 
WINDOW DRESSING. 

Russak, Margaret Sperry. 
THE HOLY TERROR. 

Rushbrook, John Gordon Neil. 
LOVELY, JUST LOVELY. 
SILENT PASSENGER. 

Ruth, John L. 

TWILIGHT AUCTION. 

Rutman, Leo. 

JESUS IS A JUNKIE. 

Rupprecht, Harold L. 

HOW CLOSE ARE WE TO ARMAGEDDON. 

ON IMMORTALITY. 
Ryan, Florence. 

FASCICULE NOIR. (R) 



Ryan, Lawrence V. 

HENRY VI, PART Oi^TE. 

Ryerson, Florence. SEE Clements, 
Florence Ryerson. 

Ryerson, Hal. 
JUNE MAD. (R) 
THROUGH THE NIGHT. 

Ryraan, Bryan. 

THE ORIGINAL HOUSE OF ORIGINAL SIN. 



(R) 



Rys, Jan. 

ODER KOMMT ER WIEDER. 



S & C Enterprises, Inc. 
CHASTITY. 

S & R Music Pub. Co. 
THE BELOVED DOG. 

Sabath, Bernard. 

A HANDY GIRL TO HAVE AROUND. 

Sachs, Danny. 

ALIVE IN A WICKED OLD WORLD. 

Sacul, Marianne, pseud. SEE Lucas, 
Manly W. 

Sadler, George. 

INTRODUCING ECONOMICS, A SOCIAL 
SCIENCE. 

Sagan, Francoise, pseud. SEE Quoirez, 
Francoise. 

Saint Germain Press, Inc. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED BLESSED SAINT 

GERMAIN. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED DADDY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED LORD MAITREYA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MASTER SAINT 

GERMAIN. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BLESSED ANGEL ON WHOSE 

CROWN BLAZES THE WORD UNION. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BLESSED SAINT GERMAIN. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY GREAT COSMIC ANGEL ON 

WHOSE CROWN BLAZES THE WORD UNION. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
' DICTATION BY GREAT COSMIC BEING, 

BELOVED ARCH -ANGEL MICHAEL. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY GREAT COSMIC BEING, THE 

BELOVED DIVINE DIRECTOR. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY GREAT ELOHIM OF 

PEACE. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY MIGHTY BELOVED GODDESS 

OF JUSTICE. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY MIGHTY PRESENCE OF 

OUR BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY OUR BELOVED DADDY. 
St. John, Ortega. 

DEUTSCHLAND, DEUTSCHLAND. 
St. John, Wesley. 

WELL, THAT'S SHOW BIZ. 
Sais, Hazel Aleen. 

PLAY. 
Salley, Elizabeth. 
RONNIE THE DREAMER. 

Salt Lake City. Junior League. 
THE HUNGRIEST DRAGON IN TOWN. 



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91 



Salter, Wallace. 

LEARN FROM A BACKWARD DAVENPORT. 
Salvatore, George. 

MEDAL OP HONOR. 

Samples, Junior. 

IT HAPPENED TO JUNIOR. 
WORLD'S BIGGEST WHOPPER. 

Samples, M. David. 
MARY TODD LINCOLN. 

Samson, John G. 

THE GREAT OUTDOORS. 

Sartehez, Mrs. Elke. 
THE GUARDIAN ANGEL. 

Sandberg, Marvin. 
JUST TAURUS AND ME. 

Sanden, Frances. 

BRAVE BEFORE BREAKFAST. 

Sanderson, Paul E. 

MANEUVERS COURSE, SECTION A-D. 
OXYGEN, ALTITUDE AND THE BODY. 

Sanderson Films, Inc. 

BEECH PRE-FLIGHT PACTS, SECTION A-C, 
NARRATION. 

MANEUVERS COURSE, SECTION A-D. 
OXYGEN, ALTITUDE AND THE BODY. 



Sandholzer, Terry Alan. 

WHERE DID THEY PARK THE HONEY -WAGON. 

Sanford, Lowell, pseud. 
GET THAT VOTE. 

Sangster, Alfred. 

BONEY. (R) 
Sankowsky, Daniel Aaron. 

SWEDITH IN TINA. 

Sanna, Luigl. 

THE MARINE AND THE GYPSY GIRL. 

Santaniello, A. E. 
THE SAND DOLLAR. 

Sarafin, Stanley. 

THE ROCK AND ROLL SINGER. 

Sargon, Simon. 
JOYRIDE. 

Saroyan, William. 

PARI AND THE PRINCE. 

Sarracino, John B. 

CHRISTMAS. 

THANKSGIVING . 
Sarraute, Nathalie. 

LE MENSONGE. 

LE SILENCE. 

Sarzano, Luigl. 

TRILOGIA DI STORIA: TRIBUTI AL 
MOSTRO, IL RE DAGLI OCCHI DI 
CONCHIGLIA 8= SI DIRA DELLE MISERE 
DONNE. 
Sarzano, Luigl Carlo. 

MONOLOGO A LUCI BASSE. 

TRILOGIA DI PREISTORIA: PREISTORIA 
SUI TETTI DEL MONDO, TEMPI DI LUCE 
STRANA & OGGI ALL'ISOLA VAGA. 

TRILOGIA DI VOMINI E ANIMALI. 

TRILOGIA MOriFERRINA: I GRILLI 
INTORNO ALLA CASA, LA COWAGNIA 
DELLE LUNE SPENTE 8: ARIA ALLE 
GIRANDOLE. 

Sastre, Alfonso. 

ESCUADRA HACIA LA MUERTE. 

Satterthwaite. Branson. 

FATHER KNOWS BEST. 
Satuloff, Robert. 

FUNERAL MARCH FOR A ONE-MAN BAND. 

THE SEVEN DAY VffiEKEND. 



Sauceda, Judith B. 

LA RAZA DE BRONCE. 
Saudek (Robert) Associates, Inc. 
EIGHT COURAGEOUS AMERICANS. 



SEE Morlock, 



Saunders, Allen. 
BIG COUGH. (R) 

Saunders, Malcolm, pseud. 
Frank Judson. 

Sauhdsrs, Mary. 
ABOUT FACE. 

Sauvajon, Marc Gilbert. 

LAURETTE. 
Savage, George M. 

THE BEREAVENEOT OF BABS BURSETTE. 

Savage, George M., Jr. 

THE BEREAVEMENT OF BABS BURSETTE. 

Savage, Peter, pseud. SEE Petrella, 
Frank . 

Savin, Jacob. 

ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE. 



Savm, David, pseud. 
George C. 



SEE Davidson, 



Sawyer, Robert R. 

APPLES 0? GOLD IN PARIS. 

Sayce, Lillian I. 

FARMER'S BOY AND OTHER MIMES. (R) 

Saye, John B. 

LET FREEDOM RING. 

Schack, Adolf Friedrich, graf von. 
DAS WUNDERTHEATER. 

Schafer, Richard Lewis. 

WHERE DID THEY PARK THE HONEY-WAGON. 

Schaller, P. Stephan. 
DES ESELS SCHATTEN. 

Scharfman, Nltra. 

MARRIAGE IS LIKE A BARREL. 

Schechner, Richard. 
THE LULU PLAYS. 

Schefrin, Aram Robert. 
PLAY ME PERFECT. 

Schell-von Noe, Margarethe. 
DIE VENEZIANISCHEH ZWILLINGE. 

Sohevill, Isabel Magana. 

DOS DRAMAS DE BUERO VALLEJO: AVENTURA 
EN LO GRIS & LAS PALABRAS EN LA 
ARENA. 

Schirmer (G. ) Inc. 
MABTHA. (R) 

Schisgal, Murray. 
LUV. 
A WAY OF LIFE. 

Schlesinger, -Sarah M. 
TOM SAWYER. 

ScHloss HsrbGirt A ■ 

A DOLLAR'S WORTH ' OP INSPIRATION FOR 

FIFTY CENTS. 
DUO. 

Schmidt, Gary Emil. 
A LETTER TO SALINA. 

Schmitt, Albert R. 

ZEIT DER SCHULDLOSEW & ZEIT DER 
SCHULDIGEN . 
Sihnsider, Anne Kaufman. 

THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER. (R) 

Schneider, Maurice. 
POUR'S A CROWD. 
READY OR MOT. 



Schoenfeld, Howard. 

THE GENERALS' TEA PARTY. 

Schoenfeld, Samuel. SEE Schoenfeld, 

Howard . 
Scholl, Jack T. 

NO LONGER INNOCENT. (R) 

Scholl, Ralph. 

A FABLE. 
Sehott's (B.) S'ihne. 

DAS ENDE EINER WELT. 

DER JUNGE LORD. 

EIN LANDARZT. 

MA THIS DER MALER. 

DIE SOLDATEN. 

DAS WUNDERTHEATER. 

THE YOUNG MILORD. 

Sohryook, Buren Roscoe. 
GUATEMOZIN . 
TANSHU AND SANCHI, PART TWO. 

Sohulberg, Budd W. 

BLONDE, BRUNETTE, AND REDHEAD. 

HEARTBREAK TOWN. 
Schuller, Gunther. 

THE VISITATION. 

Sshultz, Donald John. 
COMEDY MONOLOGUE. 

Sthultz, Edna Moore. 
THE HOME IN BETHANY. 

Schulze, John 0. 
ONCE, A GYPSY. 

Sthwabach, Kurt. 

CHARLEY'S NEUE TANTE. 

S4hwart2, Sally R. 
AUCTION TIME. 

Schwartz, Stephen L. 
PIPPIN, PIPPIN. 

Schwiefert, Fritz. 

frackkomOdie. 

FRACKKOMODIE. IR) 

Scimone, Rosina. 

IL CIECO DI GERXCO. (R) 

Scortzesco, Theo. 

ENPANCE, QUAND TU NOUS TIENS. 

SiOtt, Allan. 

TESS OF THE D ' URBERVILLES . 

Scott, Carolyn Green. 
FIVE AFTER FIVE. 

Scott, James Vickers. 
FEATHERS FOR FATHER. 



Scott, Joelyn. 
Joeiyn Scott. 



SEE Gilchrist, 



Schneider, Will. 

Maurice. 
Schneyder, Werner. 
LIGHTER DER NACHT 



SEE Schneider, 



Scott, Joseph, pseud. SEE Kirland, 
Joseph. 

Scott, Poresman f.: Co. 
WHAT IS THE PLAY. 

Scovel, Myra. 

FACETS OF FAITH. 

Scozzari, Joseph Richard. 
SILENCE OF THE ANGELS. 

scozzari, Richard. SEE Scozzari, 
Joseph Richard. 

Seaberg, Leonard. 

A BOTTLE OF FINE NAPOLEON BRANDY. 

Searle (G. D.) ic Co. 

PT./lNNTNn YOUR FAMILY. ENOVID-E. 

Searles . Verneil H. 
SPIRIT' OF CHRISTMAS. 

Sears, Roebuck & CO. 
THE APPROACH. 
BE IN STOCK. 



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Jan. — June 



Sfears, Roebuck & Co. -Con. 

THE BENEFITS OF SOFT WATER. 
COIWENIENCE IS, THE LADY KENMORE 

WASHER-DRYER COMBINATION. 
DIVISION 24 FILM - THE CURTAIN SHOP. 
GROSS PROFIT. 
LET'S MAKE A SLIDE-FILM. 
SEARS GARBAGE DISPOSER. 
SELL RIGHT NOW. 
SELLING THE BENEFITS OP ELECTRONIC 

IGNITIONS. 
SUCCESSFUL SELLING COURTESY. 
SUCCESSFUL SELLING - THAT EXTRA STEP. 

Sears. Roebuck & Co. Sears National 
Training. 
THE APPROACH. 
BE IN STOCK. 

THE BENEFITS OF SOFT WATER. 
DIVISION 24 FILM - THE CURTAIN SHOP. 
GROSS PROFIT. 
SEARS GARBAGE DISPOSER. 
SELL RIGHT NOW. 

SELLING THE BENEFITS OF ELECTRONIC 
IGNITIONS. 

SUCCESSFUL SELLING - THAT EXTRA STEP. 



Sebastian J Beverly C. 
THE MULBERRY BUSH. 



Sebastian.;, Ferd, Jr. 
THE MULBERRY BUSH. 



Seeker (Martin) & Warburg, Ltd. 
FOUR PLAYS. 

Security Pictures, Inc. 
THE LAST TRUMPET. 

Seeley, Paul Stark. 

GOD, THE GREAT PHYSICIAN. 

GOD'S HEALING LAW: WHERE IT IS AND 

HOW IT WORKS. 
MANGAGAS A LINTEG ITI DIOS: SADINO 

ITI AYANHA fCEN KASANO ITI 

PANAGTRABAHONA . 

Seely, Scott. 

THE BELOVED DOG. 
Seidman, Robert Jerome. 

SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT. 
Seldman, Stanley. 

COWBOYS . 
Selffer, David A. 

THE COMPROMISE. 

Selden, George, pseud. SEE Thompson, 
George Selden. 

Select Theatres Corp. 
KEEP OFF THE GRASS. (R) 
THREE AFTER THREE. (R) 

Self, Jessie. 

IN DREAMS AND VISIONS. 

Self-Hypnosis Development Center, Inc. 
LESSON WO.l. 
LESSON NO. 2. 
LESSON NO. 3. 

Selinkoff, Eli Richard. 
ALL THE SAME. 

Selinkoff, Richard. SEE Selinkoff, 
Ell Richard. 

Sellstrom, A. Donald. 

LE CID. 
Selznick, David 0., Estate of. 

BLONDE, BRUNETTE, AND REDHEAD. 

THE DIVINE SARAH. 

HEARTBREAK TOWN. 

INTIMATE NOTES. 

JOAN OF ARC. 

SAILOR AND A GIRL. 

SIR JUDAS. 



SWAN SONG. 

TESS OF THE D ' UREERVILLES . 
VANITY FAIR. 

WHAT EVERY YOUNG BRIDE SHOULD KITOW. 
Selznick Co., Inc. 
VANITY PAIR. 

Selznick International Pictures, Inc. 
BLONDE, BRUNETTE, AND REDHEAD. 
HEARTBREAK TOWN. 
SAILOR AND A GIRL. 
SIR JUDAS. 
SWAN SONG. 

Seniprun, Jorge. 

LA GUERRE EST FINIE. 

S«ms6l, George S. 
ARNOLD HIMSELF. 

Senders, Mrs. Clinton. 
GRAVITY . 

Sendry, Joseph. 

A FEW OF THE USUAL NUDES. 

Septant, June. 
THE TEA TEST. 

Serraultj Michel. 

OPERATION LA GRELECHE. 

Sergei, Chris, Jr. SEE Sergei, 
Christopher, Jr. 

Sergei, Christopher. 
GET SMART. 

Sergei, Christopher, Jr. 
A HORSE NAMED ED. 

Sergei, Sherman L. 

THE COMPLETE CHRONICLE OF ABSOLUTELY 
PERFECT HOUSEKEEPING. 

Seter, Mordecai. 
MIDNIGHT VIGIL. 

Seth, Kleg, pseud. SEE Klegseth, 

Ole J. 
Seymour, Lorraine Michele. 

AND THEN THERE l-ffiRE THREE. 

Seymour-Heath, P. S. 

PICTORIAL HORSERACE GAME: PHOTO 
FINISH. 

Shackelford, M. R. 

THE STRANDED STRANGER. 

Shade, Garrison, pseud. SEE Victor, 
Roger K. 

Shall, George E. 
HAMLET. 

Shakespeare, Gugllelmo. SEE 
Shakespeare, William. 

Shakespeare, William. 
AS YOU LIKE IT. 
COMEDIES II. 
THE FAIRY QUEEN. 
HAMLET. 
HENRY VI. 

MEASURE FOR MEASURE. 
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 
RE LEAR. (R) 

THE SECOND PART OF HENRY THE SIXTH. 
TRAGEDIES II: ROMEO AND JULIET, 

OTHELLO, KING LEAR. 
THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF 

DENMARK. 
THE TRAGEDY OF KING LEAR. 

Shanklin, Douglas R. 

SEMMELWEIS AND HOLMES. 
Shannon, Thomas, pseud. SEE 
McGovern, Thomas. 

Shappin, Irwin. 

THERE WAS NONE TO HELP. 



Sharp, Joe W. 

THE MOUNTAIN OF DESTRUCTION. 

Shaw, Barbara. 

MID-VICTORIAN TRIFLE. (R) 

Shaw, George Bernard. 
MAN AND SUPERMAN. 
PYGMALION AND OTHER PLAYS. 

Shaw, Hov/ard. 
WHAT A PLACE. 

Shaw, Irving. SEE Shaw, William C. 

Shaw-,. Kerry. 
HOOSIER BOY. 

Shaw, Thomas Henry. 

WINTER INCIDENT. 
Shaw, William C. 

SO WHO'S ADULT. 
Shearer, Guy Cooper. 

DEATH . 
Shearwood, James. 

PAINTING DAY. 

Sheean, Vincent. 

AN INTERNATIONAL INCIDENT. (R) 

Sheldon, Butler. 

THE DEVIL IN ANGEL'S SHOES. 

Shelley, Percy Bysshe. 
THE CEKCI. 

Shelley, Ronald Brian. 

SKI PATROL. 
Shepard, Alan. 

THE MONTESSORI STORY. 

Shepp, Archie. 

JUNEBUG GRADUATES TONIGHT. 

Sherby, Edward. 

THE HEADY TRIUMPHS OF THAT MAN 

TUMLER. 
THE LUCKIEST STIFF IN THE WORLD. 
THE TUMLER AND THE THINKER. 

Sherman, Harold. 
GOODBYE, GEORGE. 

Sherrick, Joseph. 

TRAVEL TAPES, ISSUE NO . 1 . 

Sherwood, James Webster, III. 

ARCHO MAGNIFICAT. 
Sherwood, Madeline H. 

THERE SHALL BE NO NIGHT. (R) 
ShervMOod, Robert E. 

THERE SH.4LL BE NO NIGHT. (R) 

Shevlln, John F. 

LOUISE. 
Shipo, Michael C. 

CHANDLER, PART I. 

Shmeltsman, Leo. 

ALL OR NOTHING. 
Shoemaker, Stanley M. 

PLAYBOY DETECTIVE. 



Shomaker, Gordon A. , 
JOSHUA. 



Jr. 



Shook, Don. SEE Shook, James Donald. 

Shook, James Donald. 

IT'S TEXAS. 
Shott, Gloria Rich. 
STREETS OF GOLD. 

Show Shop, Inc. 

THE QUEEN OF PERSIA. 

Showboat Co. 

THE THREE-A-DAY. 
Shrewsbury, William E. 

THE UNCOMMON DENOMINATOR. 
Shub , Vi vlenne . 

CHILDREN'S MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
Shubert, John. 

KEEP OFF THE GRASS. (R) 



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Shumlin, Herman. 

I'VE BEEN THINKING. 

Shyre^ Paul. 

A WHITMAN PORTRAIT. 

Slebert, Elaine. 
WALL STREET WOMAN. 

Sight S: Sound Education, Ltd. 

SCRIPTS OF LESSONS FOR PARKES SYSTEM 
OF TEACHING TOUCH TYPING. 
Sigurd J Jacques. 

PUZZLE OF A DOWN PALL CHILD. 

Sill, Edward Otis. 

THE POINT EPSILON-PRIME THEOREM. 



Smsdley, Constance. 

lADIES OP EDINBURGH. (R) 

Smith, Bobby Joyce. 
THE MOON WORSHIPPER. 

Smith, Caleb. SEE Chandler, 



Jerry T. 



Silver, Mark, pseud. 
Maurice DeMars. 



SEE Buchanan, 



Silver Eagle, Space Agent of the 
U.S.A., Inc. 

THE SPACE INVADERS. 
Silver Star Music Pub. Co., Inc. 

LITTLE BROTHER. 

Sitamons, Albert. 

ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. 

SittM6nS, ElSi«. 

ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. 

Simon, Anita. 

SEQUENTIAL ANALYSIS OF VERBAL INTER- 
ACTION'. 

Simon, Neil. 

THE ODD COUPLE. 

SWEET CHARITY. 
Simpson, Robert. 

SPLISH-SPLASH. 

Singer, Gerard. 
FRERE JACQUE. 

Singer, I. J. 

THE BROTHERS ASHKENAZI. 

Singer, Irving L. 

WHAT IS TO BE WILL BE. 

Singer, Joseph. 

THE BROTHERS ASHKENAZI. 

Singer (L. W. ) Co., Inc. 

APPROACHES TO LITERATURE, VOL.2. 
THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS. 
THE LITERATURE OF AMERICA, VOL.4. 
PATTERNS OF LITERATURE, VOL.3. 

Six, Edward. 

IL PAPA E MORTE. 
Skelton, G. D. 

FLOWERS FOR THE LEADER. (R) 
Skir, Leo. 

LATER, THE SAME DAY. 
Skirde, Maryann P. 

ADAM AMD EVE AND THE DEVIL. 

Slater, Terry F. 
BEYOND THIS LOVE. 

Slatton, Carolyn Annette. 
ANOTHER SUNDAY. 

Slaughter, Elbert R. 

ftUEL CHEMIN PKENEZ-VOUS. 
QUI POURRAIT NOUS SEPARAR. 
WIE ZAL ONS SCHEIDEN. 

Slevin, William R. 
DIAL-A- PRAYER. 



Sloan, Patty Gideon. 

THE SEARCH OF/FOR CHRISTOPHER EVERY- 
MAN. 

Slon, Sidney. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Slovln, Samuel L. 

CHILDREN'S MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
Slyman, Joseph J. 

PRESCRIPTION: LOVE (RX: LOVEl) 



Smith, Charles. 
YES. 

Smith, Chester Leo. 

THE TRIAL OF DOCTOR DERING. 

Smith, E. E. Doc. 
GALACTIC PATROL. 

Smith, E. P. 
THE HARUM. (R) 

Smith, Earl Hobson. 

PRESIDENT LINCOLN. (R) 
Smith, Edward Percy. 

LADIES IN RETIREMENT. (R) 

Smith, Prances Heath. 
OLD HOBOKEN. 

Smith, Glenn Allen. 
A HOME AWAY PROM. 

Smith, Helen Krebs. 

SITKUM SIWASH. 
Smith, Jenny. 
ABOUT FACE. 

Smith, Julius Woodruff. 
THE JEWELS OF OPHIR. 

Smith, Martha. 

UP THE GOLDEN STAIRCASE. 

Sm.ith, Oliver. 
PHONETICS . 

Smith, Peter James. 
OLD HOBOKEN. 

Smith, Terry Alan. 

WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED TO SPRING. 

smith, Thomas Ersklne. 

POKE. 
Smolin, Marian Winters. 

ALL IS BRIGHT. 

Smucker, Larry Franklin. 
THE KINGDOM OF THE SAINTS. 

Snow, Helen Weston. 

UNDER THE REDBUD TREE. 

Snyder, Burton. 
THE PAINTER. 

Solanas, Valerie. 

UP YOUR ASS. 
Solberg, Gunard. 

THE SCARLET LETTER. 
Solms, Kenny. 

I WERE A HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE. 

SOlymossy, Robert A. 
THIS IS THE OPERATOR. 

Soma, Enrica. 

A GIRLFRIEND IS A GIRLFRIEND IS A 
GIRLFRIEND IS A GIRLFRIEND. 

Somerfeld, Robert. 
THE NOTE. 

Somers, Lee. 

JEANIE WITH THE LIGHT BROVffl HAIR. (R) 
WHAT GOES ON HERE. (R) 

Sonzogno di Pietro Ostali, Casa 
Musicale. 
UNA DONNA UCCISA CON DOLCEZZA. 

Sophocles. 
ANTIGONE . 
OEDIPUS TYRANNOS. 

Southern, Terry. 

A CLOCKWORK ORANGE. 



SEE Russak, Mar- 

(R) 
(R) 



Southfield, Mich. Church of St. Bede. 

ST. HEDE'S LITTLE COUNCIL, I967. 
Spagglarl, Anna Maria. 

THE MARINE AND THE GYPSY GIRL. 

spaldirtg, Greg; 

ABOUT FACE. 

Spears, Doug. 

WITH LOVE FROM UNCLE ZANY. 

Spears, Mary Ellen Wilkerson. 
BEYOND THIS LOVE. 

Sperry, Margaret . 
garet Sperry. 

Spewack, Bella. 
WOMAN OVERBOARD. 

Spewack, Samuel. 
WOMAN OVERBOARD. 

Splros, Eric, pseud. SEE Copani, Peter. 

Springer, Paul Warren. 
MONEY WORKS FOR YOU. 

Springside School, Philadelphia. 

PAROUSIA. 
Spyri, Johanna. 

ADELHEID. 

HEIDI. 

Staab, Jane Newton. 
THE QUEST. 

Stabbert, Robert. 
THE HIP SET. 

Stanton, Louis. 

THE SCAMP OF SANTA LUCIA. 

Star, Este. 

THE TWO FACES OF JOB. 
Starer, Robert. 
PANTAGLEIZE. 

Starr, Ben. 

THE PANIC BUTTON. 
Stavis, Barrie. 

REFUGE. (R) 

Steele, Richard. 

THE TENDER HUSBAND. 

Steele-Reed, Richard. 

NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR PERSONAL 
PROPERTY. 

Stein, Daniel A. 

GIVE ME YOUR BENT, TORN AND MUTI- 
LATED. 

Stein, Frederick H. 
GHOSTS INC. 

Steindorf, Eberhard. 
UNSSR MANN IN HAVANNA. 

Steiner, Edward A. 

AN ANCIENT MARRIAGE DILEMMA. 

Stephens, Bette. 

SKIING IS BELIEVING. 

Stephens, Joe. 

SKIING IS BELIEVING. 

Stephens, Lawrence, pseud. SEE 
Schwartz, Stephen L. 

Stephens, Ruth E. 
HELLO EARTHLINGS. 

Sterinbach, Sidney. 

IN THE DESERT, FLOVfERS THEY WILL 
GROW. 

Sterling, Joy A. 

THE MEANING OF EASTER TODAY. 
Sterling & Hunt. 

THE BIG TEN. 

Stern, H. Lee. 
AND ONE IS HE. 




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Stern, Philip Van Doren. 

THE HAN WHO KILLED LINCOLN. (R) 

Sternberg, Pat Sikes. 
LEGACY FOR TOMORROW. 

Stevens, Adele M. 

PRESTIGE, INCORPORATED. 

Stevens, David. 

THE GONDOLIERS. (R) 

Stevens, Denis. 
L'ORFEO. 

Stevens, Leslie. 
LADIES' DAY. 
MARLOWE. 
Stevenson, Jack. 

AN OUTLINE OF GUERRILLA REVOLUTION, 
INTENED TO BE A PATTERN OR PROFILE 
OF PLANNED GUERRILLA REVOLUTION. 

Stevenson, Robert Louis. 
MARKHEIM. 

Stevenson, Robert M. 
WALTZ OF THE PUPPETS. 

Stewart, Michael. 

HOW DO YOU DO I LOVE YOU. 

Stewart, Robert C, Jr. 
WHICH DEATH TO DIE. 

Stiernberg, Louise. 

FORGET ME, FORGET ME NOT. 

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO LOVE, WHEREVER 
DID IT GO. 
Stieper, Donald R. 

IT SEEMED LIKE A GOOD IDEA AT THE 
TIME. 

Stiffler, Paul E. 

SLINGS AND SOLUTIONS. 

Stine, Marie Louise. 
CAPT'N FABLE. 

Stivers, Robert E. 
SUZY WE LOVE YOU. 

Stockham, Linda J. 
FOOLS OF TIME. 

Stockham, Linda Juanlta. 

LONGMAN'S JOURNEY. 
THE ROYAL ROGUES. 

SOMMAR. 
THE SPARROW THAT GOT HIS FEET WET. 

THE TUFFET SITTER. 

Stockham, Robinson, pseud. SEE 
Stockham, Linda Juanlta. 

Stockton, Richard F. 
THE WASPS. 

Stoker, Bram. 
DRACULA. 

Stone, Bertram. 

STRICTLY BUSINESS. 

Stone, C. Sumner. 

BURN BABY BURN. 

THE DEATH OF ANY MAN. 

HAND\iRITING ON WALL. 

KEEP THE FAITH BABY. 

A MANDATE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE. 

MY DEAR COLLEAGUES. 

ONE DAY. 

THIS THING, THIS THING, JESUS. 
Stone, Clifford H. 

KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE STARS. 
Stone, Donald A. 

FOUR RENAISSANCE TRAGEDIES. 
Stone, Leroy S. 

THE POET'S GIRL. 

Stone, Martin. 

EVERWHERE A KISS KISS. 
Stone, Merritt. 

IMAGINARY INVALID. (R) 
Strauss, Richard. 

DES ESELS SCHATTEN. 

SALOME. 



Strauss, Ronald H. 
PIPPIN, PIPPIN. 

Strlck, Joseph. 
ULYSSES. 

Strickland, Lily. 

KATHLEEN, THE MAID OF KILLARNEY. (R) 

Striker, Francis. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Strindberg, August. 
DEBIT AND CREDIT. 
THE FIRST WARNING. 
IN THE FACE OF DEATH. 
MOTHERLOVE. 
THE OUTLAW. 
SIMOON. 
STORMCLOUDS. 

Stroll, Jetta. 

AND WHAT DO YOU SUPPOSE. 

Strouse, Irving. 
EV'RY SKIRT. 

Strudwlck, Dorothy J. 

THE KING FAS SENT FOR NELLY. 
MALINCHE. 

Strum & Drum, Inc. 

STRUM AND DRUM GUITAR INSTRUCTIONS. 



Stuart, Bruce. 
Stewart H. 



pseud. SEE Benedict, 



Stuart, Jay. 

FINNEGAN'S LAST STAND. 

Stuart, Morna. SEE Nicholas, Morna . 

Stucky, Virginia Toews. 

TAPE INFORMATION FOR WEIGHT REDUCING. 



Styne, Jule . 

I'M GETTING MARRIED. 

Suarez, Gabriel Moreno-Burgos. SEE 
Moreno-Burgos Suarez, Gabriel. 

Suhrkaap Verlag. 

DIE ERMITTLUNG. 

IN DER SACHE J. ROBERT OPPENHEIMER. 

DIE VERFOLGUNG UlTO ERMORDUNG JEAN 
PAUL MARATS DARGESTELLT DURCH DIE 
SCHAUSPIELGRUPPE DES HOSPIZES ZU 

■ CHABENTON UNTER ANLEITUNG DES HEERN 
DE SADE. 

Sullivan, Arthur. 
THE GONDOLIERS. (R) 

Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour. 
COCK AND BULL. 

Sullivan, John. 
OSMOSIS. 



pseud. SEE Makowskl, 



Sullivan, Sylvia, 
Silvia Ann. 

Summers, Eileen. 
THEN CAME SPRING. 



Summers, Robert. 
EXES. 
THE SEEDS IN THE PASSES. 

Summers , Willard . 

THE COMPUTER-CENTRALIZED SYSTEM OF 
SOCIAL SERVICES. 

Suramy-Blrohard Co. 
THE GONDOLIERS. (R) 

Sunshine, Louis. 

VENUS CHARMS GENIUS. 
Supp^, Franz von. 

THE BEAUTIFUL GALATEA. 
Suttle, Gwen. 

FACETS OF FAITH. 
Sutton, Doris H. 
DEMETRIA, MY LOVE. 



Swan , Jon . 

THE INVESTIGATION. 

Swann, Francis. 

ABK ME NO QUESTIONS. 
THE PARK. 

Swanson (Gloria) Enterprises, Inc. 

BLACK POINT. 
Swayzee, T. W. 

THE SHINING ISLANDS. 

Sweeney, Miriam L. 
ONE BEAUTIFUL ME. 

Sweeney, Robert L. 

VIRTUE WINS OUT. 
sweet, Robert Burdette. 

THE MEMORY OF FIRE. 

Sweeting, Earl. 

DOMESTIC FRIVOLITY. (R) 
Swensson, Effie Metzger. 
PUPPET PLAYS. 

Swetland, Carolyn. 
TWO TO TIMBUCTU. 

Swift, Jonathan. 

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. 

Switzer, Mary Kathryn. 

SERENA AND THE GOLDEN SPINNING 
WHEEL. 

Sydorick, Thomas. 

DUST REMEMBERED ON A PASSING WIND. 

THIS MARRIAGE UNSAFE FOR HUMAN 
HABITATION. 

Symons, William. 
THE SEAGULL. 
SHULAMITH . 

Sznyoer, Bernard W. 
DR. SILGUT'S JOKE. 



T.F.T. Corp. 

HOW 1 SPENT MY SUMMER. 

Tablb, Mordecai. 
MIDNIGHT VIGIL. 

Tabori, George. 
BRECHT ON BRECHT. 
THE CANNIBALS. 
THE NIGGERLOVERS. 

Taddeo, Harry N. F. 
A FALLEN EAGLE. 

Taggart, Donald Barnett. 

LITTLE MISTER. 

Taggart, Tom. 

EL>5ER, THE YOUNGEST. (R) 

LAUGHING GAS. (R) 
ROMANCE COMES TO WILLIE PARKER. (R) 
SING A SONG OF SIXTEEN. (R) 

Tanner, Charles M. 
THE AUGUST FILE. 

Tanner, Edward E., III. 
THE UNDERWATER PINCH-. 

Tanz, Eugene Robert. 
AL SWENSON FORD. 

ALPINE INN AND MOTOR LODGE. 
BECKER AND BURNS. 

MELCHIORRE CHEVROLET. 

QUAKER CITY DODGE. 
Tapponnier, Henri. 

TRISTE ET BELLE. 
Tapponnier, Yvette. 

TRISTE ET BELLE. 
Taradash, Daniel. 

INTIMA.TE NOTES. 



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95 



Tashner, Martin. 

OH, ISN'T PSYCHIATRY MARVELOUS. 

Tate, Phyllis. 

THE WHAT D'YE CALL IT. 

Tatham-Laird & Kudner, Inc. 
FRED'S TVJENTY, TAX MAN, BANK. 

TAX MAN, BANK, FRED'S TWENTY, IN- 
LAWS, MAMA MIA, OFFICE. 

Tavel, Ronald. 
KITCHENETTE. 

Taylor, Bonnie. 

THE MAGIC BASKET. (R) 

Taylor, John E. C. 

LECTURE AND BEMONSTRATION ON THE 
GENTLE ART OF PERSUASION. 

Taylor, John Edmund Cecil. 
AS A PUBLIC SERVICE. 

Taylor, John F. 

INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY. 

Taylor, Simon Watson. 

THE GENERALS ' TEA PARTY. 

Taylor, Timothy Edward. 
THE HOLE IN JOEY'S ROOM. 
TALITHIA . 

Taylor, Vernon Wesley. 
THE INTERVIEW. 

Taylor-Wholey Productions, Ltd. 

C S: D Productions. SEE C & D 

Productions. 
Teltel, N. R. 

MAN AND SUPERMAN. 

Teller, Ira. 

THE EARTH IS STRANGLING. 

fepa, George w. 

JOAN DE LA MOTTE. 
Terrell, Dorothy. 

A HUNTING WE WILL GO. 

i'erreli, v&ieris. 

ABOUT FACE. 
Tessitore, Ugo. 

THE CORONATION OF POPPEA. 
Thackeray, William Makepeace . 

VANITY FAIR. 

Theatre Guild, Inc. 
DAME NATURE. (R) 

Theil, Sidney. 

RED, WHITE AND BLUECHIN. 

Thirteen Productions, Inc. 
THE NEW FIRST FAMILY, I968. 

TJhCiltias, Brandon. 

CHARLEY'S NEUE TANTE. 

Thomas, Charles R. 
ED CELL. 



Thomas, Mark. 

TICK DOO LOO ROO, 
TIC DU LA RUE. 



TIC DOO LOO ROO, 



Thomas, Piri. 

LAY-DEES AN' MISTUS. 

Thompson, Ben, pseud. SEE Phillips, 
Jackson E. 

Thampgon, Dorothy. 
SPELL YOUR NAME. (R) 

Thompson, Elizabeth 0. 
MEN DON'T CHANGE. (R) 

Thompson, George Selden. 

MISS SARAH. 
Thompson, Grace Claire. 
ERIC AND THE DANCE. 



SEE Goldberg, 



Thompson, Neva. 

AUTUMN IN NEW YORK. 

Thompson, Sydney. 
SOLO PLAYS. (R) 

Thompson, William W. 
MAN BITES DOG. (R) 
Thorne, Garry C. C. 
FAMILY PORTRAIT. (R) 

Thuna , Le onora . 
SILVERPLATE. 

Tisdale, Homer W. 

DADDY, YOU SHOULD PRAY. 

Tobias, John. 

HI HON, I'M HOME. 
Tolarsky, V. 

AUF DER GRUNEN WIESE. (R) 

Tompkins, James Roy, III. 
EAST OF THE SUN. 

Topa, John A. 

FUNERAL DANCE FOR A CLOUDY NIGHT IN 
APRIL. 
Topol, Josef. 

CAT ON THE RAILS. 

Topolskl, Sta,nl,ey, J. 
STATION W.N. U.S. 

Topper, Val, pseud. 
Suzanne. 

Torma, John. 
THE DREAM. 

Torrado, Adolfo. SEE Torrado Estrada, 
Adolf o. 

Torrado Estrada, Adolfo. 
DUENA Y SENORA. 

Totheroh, Dan. 

LIVE LIFE AGAIN. (R) 
SEEING THE ELEPHANT. (R) 

Towell, Betty Daugherty. 

HE IS PRESIDENT IN HIS OWN RIGHT. 

Towner, Wesley. 

NOT FOR CHILDREN. (R) 

Townsley, John L. 
THE CHASE. 

Tracy, Glen Richard. 
TO QUENCH DESIRE. 

Tracy, Ruth E. 
WORDS OF LIFE. 

Trails, Despi. 

THE SACRED OF INNOCENT. 

Tramer, Erwin. 

THE KING OF THE ALPS AND THE MISAN- 
THROPE . 



Traveling Playhouse. 

THE TRAVELING PLAYHOUSE VERSION OF 
RIP VAN WINKLE. 

Treharne, Bryeeson. 
MARTHA. (R) 

Tremayne, Dana M. SEE Tremayne, Mark 
Dana. 

Tremayne, Mark Dana. 

A KING IN ONE PLACE. 

LOOK NORTH TO THE FUTURE. 
Tremblay, Avila Jack, Jr. 

BLACK TO WHITE. 



Troubetzkoy, Dorothy Ulrich. 
EDGAR. 



Trenwith, Helen. SEE Wiebe, Helen 
Trenwith. 

Trevens, Francine L. 
DAVID IN DARKNESS. 

Trojanl, Michel. 

UNE ROSE AVEC UN GOUT DE CENDRES. 



Troubetzkoy, Ulrich. 

Dorothy Ulrich. 
Truesdell, Florence. 

THE CORNER STORE. 
Trustman, Alan R. 

BULLITT. 

Tuch, Fred T. 

THE SPEED LOVERS. 

Tucker, Kay E. 
PAROUSIA. 

Turgenev, Ivan. 
NATALIA PETROVNA. 

Turner, James H. 
WILD MAN. 

Tveten, Dorothy. 
PUPPET PLAYS. 

Twain, Mark, pseud. 
Samuel Langhorne. 



SEE Troubetzkoy, 



SEE Clemens, 



Twardowski, Astrid. 

THE CURSE OF THE LOST LEMON MINE, 
LEGEND. 

Twedt, Jerry L. 
BARABELA'S CURSE. 

Twentieth Century -Pox Film Corp. 
WOMAN OVERBOARD, (r) 



Two Rivers Enterprises, 
THE GNADIGES FRAULEIN. 
THE MUTILATED. 

Tys2ka, Walter J., Jr. 
HORS DRAMATICUS '66. 



Inc . 



u 



Uohitel, Mary E. 

THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE. 

Udbvich, Edward. SEE Dorik, Edward. 

Ultimus Films, Ltd. 
BEHIND THE VEIL. 
THE BIG STORY. 
DESERT RESCUE. 
GATE CRASHER. 
A HELPING HAND. 
HIGH SPIRITS. 
MAIL ORDER FAMILY. 
POOR RISK. 
PRESS ON REGARDLESS. 

THE REPORTERS. 
ROOMMATES . 
A SUNDAY MORNING. 
THAT'S MY WIFE. 
TICKETS PLEASE. 
THE WILD WEST. 

Unart Music Corp. 

TALiaN' LOW LYIN' WOMAN. 



SEE Reach, 



Underwood, Ralph, pseud. 
James . 

Underwriters' Laboratories, 
FIRE-SAFE BY TEST. 



Ungar (Frederick) Pub. Co., Inc. 

JEST, SATIRE, IRONY AND DEEPER SIG- 
NIFICANCE. 
TORQUATO TASSO. 

Ungar, Hans. 

GEMMASIFIRCHTN. 



Universal Edition, A.G. 
DER BAHNHOF. 
GEMMASIFIRCHTN. 



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UmVERSAl EDITION, A.G.-Con. 
KENNWORT FORTINBRAS. 
k6nig DROSSELBART. 
LIGHTER DER NACHT. 
MARIO UND SULLA. 
ODER KOMMT ER WIEDER. 
DER PROPHET. 
DES TURN AUS BETON. 
DER UNFALL. 

DIE VERSUCHUNO DES NICHTHEILIGEN 
ANTON . 

Universal Edition, Ltd. 
A PENNY FOR A SONG. 
THE MARK OF THE GOAT. 

University of Minnesota Press. SEE 
Minnesota. University. Press. 

University of Mississippi. SEE 
Mississippi. University. 

University of Nebraska Press. SEE 
Nebraska. University. Press. 

Up Tight Music . 

SLOOPY AND THE RED MORON. 

Uray, Joseph. 

BACK HOME. 

TERIKE . 
Urdahl, Richard. 

THE DESK. 

Utech, Duane V/. 

UNREASONABLE FACSINaLE. 



Vachek, Emll. 

THE MOCKING CUCKOO. 

Vacher, Maurice. 
DECIBEL. 

Vajda, Stefan. 

KENNWORT PORTINBRAS. 

Valensln, Glorgia. 

THE MARINE AND THE GYPSY GIRL. 

Valenti, John. 
THE TIME IS NOW. 
Val lance, Olga. 

THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. 

Vallejo, Antonio Buero. 
CONCERT AT SAINT OVIDE. 

Vallejo, Buero. 

DOS DRAMAS DE BUERO VALLEJO: AVENTURA 
EN LO ORIS k LAS PALABRAS EN LA 
ARENA. 

Vandal, Marion. 

ENTRE2 DAWS LAS DANSE. 

Vandenberghe, Paul. 

GARCONS, FILLES ET CHIENS. (R) 

Vandenberghe, Mme. Paul. SEE Vanden- 
berghe, Suzanne Grothe. 

Vandenberghe , Suzanne Grothe . 
GARCONS, FILLES ET CHIENS. (R) 

Van Deusen, Frank. 
A BESTIARY. 

Van Dor en, Mark. 
THREE PLAYS. 

Van Druten, John, 
TRUE STORY. (R) 

Vane, Norman Thaddeus. 
TWINKY. 

Van Grove, Isaac. 

THE SHINING CHALICE. 



Vanguard Films, Inc. 
INTIMATE NOTES. 

JOAN OF ARC. 

WHAT EVERY YOUNG BRIDE SHOULD KNOW. 

Van Horn, Richard A. 
THIS IS OUR FLAG. 

Van Itallle, Jean Claude. 
AMERICA HURRAH. 

Van Meter, John. 

THE GIRL FROM MAXIM'S. 

Van Slingerland, Peter. 
EVERY WHICHWAY. 

Varnum, Jannett T. 
THIS IS MY BROTHER. 

Vaughan, Hiram. 

IfflERE TWO STICKS MEET. 

Vauraboug, Andrew SEE Honegger, 
Andr#e Vaurabourg. 

Vavruska, Eva N. 
THE CHICKEN. 
OUR MAN. 

Vavruska, George William. 
THE CHICKEN. 
OUR MAN. 

Velguth, Gertrude E. 
ALL THE WAY WITH GOD. 

Venables, Marcla Brownson. 

KING ARTHUR AND HIS MAGIC SWORD. 

Venables, Marcy. SEE Venables, 
Marcia Brownson. 

Vendig, Irving.. 
THE POT PARTY. 

Vendig (Irving) Associates, Inc. 
THE GENTLEMAN GUN-SLINGER AND THE 
FAIR-HAIRED KID. 

Verbeck, Pieter L. 

WALTZ OF THE PUPPETS. 
Vered, Yael R. 

THE ENEMIES. 



Verneull, Louis, pseud. 
Louis Collin. 

Vernon, Jackie. 
CIGARETTES. 
CRAMPS VERNON. 
THE HECKLER. 
HOW TO MEET A GIRL. 
LINDA. 

A MAN AND HIS WATERMELON. 
SHOW BIZ. 

Verona, Stephen Frederic. 
LAPIS LAZULI. 



SEE Du Socage, 



Vlan, Boris. 
THE GENERALS ' 



TEA PARTY. 



Victor, Roger K. 

FOG TOVJN. 
Visrtel, peter. 

SAILOR AND A GIRL. 
Viking Press, Inc. 

DEATH OF A SALESMAN. 

Vilan, Deme trios. 

THE STEEPLE. 
Vinley, Dennis Jason. 

THE BALANCE. 

THE INTERMISSION. 

Vipond, Nell C. 

LUCE SWEET BELLS JANGLED. 

Vogelsang, Robert R. 
THE MAN ON THE BUS. 
Volodln, Aleksandr. 
FIVE EVENINGS. 



Volodin, Aleksandr Molseevlch. 
FIVE EVENINGS. 

Volpe, Lewis F. 
THE BEACON. 

Von Flotow, Frederick. SEE 
Flotow, Frederick von. 

Von Kleinwaechter, Friedrlch G. 
SEE Kleinwaechter, Friedrlch G. 



Von Millenkovich-Morold, Max. 
Morold-Millenkovios, Max. 



SEE 



Von Schack, Adolf Friedrlch Graf. SEE 
Schack, Adolf Friedrlch, graf von. 

Von SuppC Franz. SEE Suppe, Franz von. 

Vornholt, Roger. 

SCHUSTER COMMERCIALS'. 

Voskovec, Christine. 
CAT ON THE RAILS. 

Voskovec, George. 
CAT ON THE RAILS. 

Voss, Kitty Keepers ■ 

CHOCOLATE CANDY ANIMAL CLUB, THE 

GIANT WITH THE FIERY CANE. (R) 
GRANDY GOBLIN AUTHORS' CLUB. fRl 
WE DREAM AWHILE. (R) 

VoS6, Robert. 

THE LITTLE TIN HORN'. 

Voss, Robert W. 
THE FESTIVAL. 



Wabash Films, Inc. 
THE GOLDEN VANITY. 

Waohtel, Albert. 

THE PAYING OP THE PIPER. 

Wade, Hazel J. 
UNDINE. 

Wade, Patty Gill Gideon. 
BEGINNINGS. 
THE 5-DAY LAYOVER. 

Wagman, Laurie. 

DOROTHY AND THE FANTASTIC PLANET OF 
MOZ. 

Wahl, Frsdsrlck. 
RAMONA. (R) 

Wahl, June D. 

THE HOMESTEADERS. 

Waiters, John W. 

THE RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL SON. 

Waldron, Emma. 

HO SILVER SAINTS. 

Waldron, Robert. 
NO SILVER SAINTS. 

Wales, Evelyn. 

LITTLE GYPSY GAY. (R) 

Walker, Alice Jensen. 
GOD'S COUNTRY. 

Walker, Dolores. 

THE PREGNANT PAUSE. 

Walker, Franklin E. 
CONNUBIUM. 

Walker, William James. 

ONE-STROKE SHORTHAND. (R) 
Wallace, Maude Orita 

PATTY SUE'S BIRTHDAY PARTY. (R) 

Wallace, William Vincent 
MARITANA. (R) 



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Wallner, Max. 

SAISON IN SALZBURG. (R) 

Wallnsr, Pilar. 

SAISON IN SALZBURG. (R) 

Walls, James A. 

JUST HOW THIN IS THE LINE. 

Walpole, Anne. 

THE SPANISH GENTLEMAN. 

Walsh, R. G. 

SWING FAMILY WISE. 

Halter, Eugene. 
DER JUNGE LORD. 
THE YOUNG MILORD. 
TANIA-TANIA AND CLARA, TOO. 

alters, Leila. 
ARTS AND FLOWERS. 

Walters, Zackle Cooper. 
YUCATAN. 

Wal'ton, Burnell Jay. 

WALBAR $30,000 SECRET SCHOOL OF 
SALESMANSHIP. 

Walton, Joseph W, 

THREE AND ONE-HALF DECADES OP TERROR 

Wang, Harold 0. 
THE HIDEOUT. 

Ward, C. Wesley. 
THIS IS OUR FLAG. 

Ward, Diane, pseud. SEE Bunce, 
Cora jane Diane. 

Ward, Edith. 

LIFE OF MY FATHER, GENERAL HARRIS. 

Warden, Eugene C. 

CHRISTMAS EVE IN HEAVEN. 

Warden, Bruno Hardt-. SEE Hardt- 
Warden, Bruno. 

Warneke, Ehrhard. 

UNSER MANN IN HAVANNA. 

Warner, Benjamin W. 

TWO DOCTORS LOOK AT MARRIAGE: PHYSICAL 
AND EMOTIONAL CHANGES IN MIDDLE AGE. 

Warner, Marie Pichel. 

TWO DOCTORS LOOK AT MARRIAGE: PHYSICAL 
AND EMOTIONAL CHANGES IN MIDDLE AGE. 

Warren, Baoil B. 

WONDER OF THE WEST. 

Warren, Harriet S. 

THE THREE LITTLE PIGS. 



Warwick, Noel. 

THEN CAME SPRING. 
Wa sh ingt on , Ge orge . 
LIFE GOES ON. (R) 

Washington, Maria Anetta. 
LIFE GOES ON. (R) 

Washington Square Press, Inc. 

THE SECOND PART OF HENRY THE SIXTH. 

Masserman, Dale. 
MAN OP LA MANCHA. 

Waterloo Music Co., Ltd. 
HIS MAJESTY'S PIE. 



Watkins, Mrs. Arthur. 
MALTESE CROSS. (R) 
WANTED--MR. STUART. (R) 

Watkins, Joan. 
ABOUT FACE. 

Watkins, Ken. 

ABOUT FACE. 



Watkyn, Arthur. 

WANTED--MR. STUART. (R) 

Watt, Billie Lou. 
PHILLIS. 

Watson, Harmon S. 

THE CLOWN IN THREE RINGS. 

watsort} Margaret, 

HIS ELECTRIC HAREM. 

Watson, Maybelle E. SEE Bergmann, 
Maytelle E. Watson. 

Watters, Vernon D. 

IS NATURE CREATING ANOTHER SAHARA. 

way, Wellington L. , Jr. 
SOMETHING THE SIXTEENTH. 



Wells, Robert W. 
THE SEWAGE OF THE 



POET - POOR PLUMB. 



SEE Giem, Gary 



Wayne, Gary, pseud. 
Wayne . 

Wayne State University Pre^s. 
SUMMER IS A FOREIGN LAND. 

VJeales, Gerald. 

DEATH OF A SALESMAN. 

Weathers, Winston. 

THE ARCHETYPAL CLOWNS. 



SEE Feldhaus- 



Weber, Mary Feldhaus- 
Weber, Mary. 

Webster, Tony. 
GOD AMIGHTY. 



Weddington, Beatrice. 

A VERY PERSONAL AFFAIR. 
Wedekind, Frank. 

THE LULU PLAYS. 

Wefer, Marion. 

EARLY AMERICAN. (R) 

Wegrzyn, Richard. 
A FATE AVIAITS TIM. 

Weidenheimer, Troy. 

STRUM AND DRUI1 GUITAR INSTRUCTIONS. 

Weikel, Donna. 
PAVANNE . 

Weikel, Mrs. John R., III. SEE 
Weikel, Donna. 

Weinberger (Josef) Ltd. 
UNSER MANN IN HAVANIW. 
THE VIOLINS OP SAINT-JACQUES. 

Weingarten, Romain. 
AKARA. 

Weinstein, Martha. 

IT WILL ALWAYS BE HEARD WHEfj THE 
SCREAM STOPS. 

Weir, Walter. 
THE HUCKSTERS. 

Weis, Rene. 

LA FINE MOUCHE. 

Weiss, Peter. 

DIE ERMITTLUNG. 

THE INVESTIGATION. 

DIE VERFOLGUNG UHD ERMORDUNG JEAN 
PAUL MARATS DAHGESTELLT DURCH DIE 
SCHAUSPIELGRUPPE DES HOSPIZES ZU 
CHARENTON UNTER ANLEITUNG DES HERRN 
DE SADE. 

Welber, Robert. 

THE SIMEONS ARE COMING. 

Welch, Robert. 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY REPORT: VIET- 
NAM. 

Welling, Lee. SEE Welling, Leon E. 
Welling, Leon E. 

THE TORTOISE AND HARE TALE. 

Wells, Herbert George. 
HALF A SIXPENCE. 



Welter, John Jay. 

THE DISCOVERY OF LITTLE AMERICA. 

Welton, John Lee. 

A WALL OF GLASS. 
Wenclawski, Ruth M. 

BRAVE BEFORE BREAKFAST. 

Werry, Wilfrid W. 
THE BAG OF EARTH. 

Vertenberger, Roger. 

PIERRE PATHELIN. 

Weser, John Bernard. 
THE TENANTS. 

West Michigan Telecasters, Inc. 
THE PLANE THAT REFUSED TO DIE. 

Westbrook, Frank. 
THE BEWITCHED BOY. 

Westinghouse Broadcasting Co. 

NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT ATTORNEY JIM 
GARRISON BELIEVES ... FROM CUBA. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST AND THE NEW 
WESTINGHOUSE PORTABLE DISHWASHERS. 

Westmoreland, Paul Clifford, Jr. 
THE WILDCAT RUN. 



Westmoreland, Paul Clifford, Jr. 

Wharton, Edith. 

THE BELATED BLESSING. 

Whatraore, Kenneth N. 

BROADENING THE USE OF A PRODUCT, 
THE INCREDIBLE CRAN'BERRY. 

Whatmore, Martha. 

BROADENING THE USE OF A PRODUCT, 
THE INCREDIBLE CRANBERRY. 

Wheeler, Alfred. 

THE MAGIC BASKET. (R) 

Wheeler, Hugh. 

WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE. 

VJheeler, Opal. 

CURTAIN CALLS FOR JOSEPH HAYDN AMD 
SEBASTIAN BACH. (R) 

Wiipple, Gladys E. 
REGRETS TO BOB. 

Whipple, Read. SEE Whipple, Gladys E. 
Whirlpool Corp. 
AT HOKE IN SPACE. 
THEP,E'S NO COMPARISON. 
White, Garry M. 

THE BLIND TEN'S COVENANT. 

White, Gloria, pseud. SEE Dix, Gloria. 
White, James Roberts. 

LET'S BROADCAST. (R) 
Whitehall Pictures Corp. 

DIVORCEE'S DATEBOOK. 
Whitehead, Gordon. 

ANY BODY. (R) 
Whiteman, Amrara. 

SIDE EFFECT. 
Whiting. John. 

A PENNY FOR A SONG. 

Whitman, Charles D., pseud. SEE 
Taggart, Tom. 

Wholey, Dennis. 

BOSTON SOUL. 
Whynn, Daind Allan, pseud. SEE 
Lookard, David A. 

Whyte, Ronald Melville. 
A CASE OF A SAINT. 
FLOWERS FOR YOU. 
FUNERAL MARCH FOR A ONE-MAN BAND. 



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Jan. — June 



WHOTE, RONALD MELVILLE. -Con. 
THE SEVEN DAY WEEKEND. 
SNOW FILTH. 

Miaeklsy, Mildred Louise. 
THE TURTLE WALK. 

Wiebe, Helen Trenuith. 
WHICH BARBARIAN. 

Wiese, Hurdman H. 
GAMMER GURTON. 



Wiggln^ Kate Douglas. 

NEW CHRONICLES OF REBECCA , JACK-O'- 
LANTERN. 

Wilbur, Crane. 

THE CLOUDY AND DARK DAY. 

Wllburn, Rebecca S. 

BOXED AND READY FOR DELIVERY. 

Wilcher, Mildred. 

UP THE GOLDEN STAIRCASE. 

Wilde, Oscar. 

THE CANTERVILLE GHOST. 

Wilde, Oscar Fingall O'Flahertle 
Wills. 
SALOME . 

Wilding, Inc. 

ADDITIONAL COLD FINISHED SERVICED. 

THE ADVANTAGES OF COLD FINISHED BARS. 

THE BIG TEN. 

THE DIFFERENCE. 

FIRE-SAFE BY TEST. 

HIGH TIMES FOR TIRES, ZODIAC THEME. 

THE NEW C-W HARK H-60 HYDRAUXIC 

FRICTION DR.AFT GEAR. 
NOKGK lyb? DISTRIBUTORS MEETING. 
OPPORTUNITY-KNOWLEDGE . 
OPPORTUNITY- PO'rfER . 
OPPORTUNITY, PROFIT, CORN AND BEANS 
VERSION. 

OPPORTUNITY-PROFIT, WHEAT ANT) GRAINS 
VERSION. 
OPPORTUNITY THRESHOLD. 
THE OTHER FELLOW'S SHOES. 
PURE SAFETY CUSHION. 
RADIAL PLY TRUCK TIRES. 
RAILROAD ELECTRIFICATION. 

ROYAL CROWN COLA 1967 BOTTLER MEET- 
INGS. 
SMOOTHING THE WAY TO HIGHER YIELDS. 
THEME FINALE. 
THERE'S NO COMPARISON. 
THERMAL TREATMENT OP COLD FINISHED 

STEEL. 
A TOUR OP EUROPEAN AGRICULTURE. 
Wilhelm, James Jerome. 
THE END OP THE SEASON. 
A FRIENDLY VISIT TO HURT STREET. 

Willard, Ruth. 
THE CASTLE. 

Wlllemetz, Albert. 

ENTREZ DANS LAS DANSE. 
VJilllams, Bertram Roger. 

ADVENTUTIE TO TREASURE REEF. 
THE KNIFE FIGHTERS. 

Williams, Booker Telfaiir. 
ALL FOR THE SAKE OF. 

Williams, Isabel Martin. 

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. 
Williams , Jerry . 
THE WAITING ROOM. 
Williams, Josephine. 

THE ADVENTURES OF FLASH. 
V/illlams, Pete, pseud. SEE Reach, 
James. 

Williams, Samuel L. 
THE FAVORITE. 



Williams, Tennessee. 
THE GNADIGES PRAULEIN. 
THE MUTILATED. 

Williamson, Cliff. 

IT HAPPENED TO JUNIOR. 
WORLD'S BIGGEST WHOPPER. 

Williamson, Malcolm. 

THE VIOLINS OF SAINT-JACQUES. 

Wilson, A. Leslie. 
FOUR PLAYS. 

Wilson, Don. 

A WALTZ DREAM. (R) 

WilSCn, Edith. 
LOVE 5. 

Wilson, Gladys B. 

THE WELL. 
Wilson, James R. 

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. 

Wilson, Richard. 

WHAT'S THE MEANING OF THIS. 

Wilson, Richard S. 

A PEW SKITS AND SONG ABOUT THINGS 
RIGHT AND TOONG WITH THE WORLD, THE 
CHURCH AND YOU. 

Winden, Warren E. 
A NEW PARTY GAME. 

Wing, Stephen Staley. 
THE SEER. 

Winner, Helen. 
PANDORA'S BOX. 

Vflnnett, Ralph. 
OUCH, DARLING. 

Winston, Martha, pseud. SEE 
Welnsteln, Martha. 

Winters, Marian. SEE Smolln, 
Marian Winters. 

Winters, Randolph. SEE Wilhelm, 
James Jerome. 

Winters, Rene, pseud. SEE Wilhelm, 
James Jerome. 

Winters, Robert L. 

curses; FOILED AGAIN. 

Winton, Calhoun. 

THE TENDER HUSBAND. 
Wisberg, Aubrey. 
PANIC AT 1075. 
Wise, James. 

DAMES AT SEA-. 
Wise, Leonard. 

TIGER IN THE HILLS. 

Wittlln, Thaddeus Andrew. 
ORPHEUS IN THE NEW WORLD. 

Wocher, Bernard. 

WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND. 

Wocher, Bernard. SEE Image Maker 
Shows of California. 

Wohl, Jack. 

LADY AND THE TIGERS. 
Wohlstetter, Albert. 

DISTANT WARS AND FAR OUT ESTIMATES. 

Wold, Elizabeth. 

FINN MCCOUL AND THE CUHULLIN. 

Wolf, David. 

ANY PLACE I HANG MY HAT IS WET. 



Wolf -Ferrari, Ermanno. 



DAS DUMME MADCHEN. 
Wolff, Ruth Rehrer. 

FOLLY COVE. 
Woock, Clare C. 

GO DOVIN SUNSHINE. 
Mood, Margaret. 

A KIND OP JUSTICE. 



(R) 



Wood, Peter. 
LOVE FOR LOVE. 

Woodley, J. J., pseud. SEE Smith, 
Julius Woodruff. 

Woon, Basil. 

THE DIVINE SARAH. 

Worden, Clayton B. 
THE ENCHANTED CAPE. 

Worden, Helen. 
HENRY DISARMS. 

Worster, Dee.. 

INDIAN CITY, U.S.A. 

NATIONAL HALL OF FAME FOR FAMOUS AMER- 
ICAN INDIANS. 

Worthing, James, pseud. SEE Reach, 

James . 
Woskoff, Verna. 
HIAWATHA . 

Wradatsch, Felix. 

AUF DER GRUHEN WIESE. (R) 



. (R) 
pseud. 



SEE Garlin, 



V/rather Corp. 

THE LONE RANGER 

Wright, Camilla, 
Martha Millet. 



Wright, Grace. 

MURDER BEFORE BREAKFAST. 

Wright, lovanna Lloyd. 
LONELINESS. 

Wright, Louis B. 

THE SECOND PART OF HENRY THE SIXTH. 
wycherley, William. 

ALIVE IN A WICKED OLD WORLD. 

Wyoming Music Enterprises. 
YOU GOTTA PLAY IT SO LOUD. 

Wysooki, Richard L. 
WAZOO II. 



X 



Xerox Corp. 

MANAGEMENT IN ACTION, 
DISCUSSION SKILLS. 



PROBLEM-SOLVING 



Xerox Corp. Education Division. 

MANAGEMENT IN ACTION, PROBLEM-SOLVING 
DISCUSSION SKILLS. 



Yakim, Salomon. 
THORNS & ROSES. 

Yale, Elsie Duncan. 

FAIREST LORD JESUS. (R) 
THE WISHING WELL. (R) 

Yamamoto, Thomas S. 

THE STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS 
STEP IN. 

Yates, D. Mike. SEE Yates, Doyle N. 

Yates, Doyle N. 

LAW UNTO HIMSELF. 

Yohalem, George. 

SORRY, COPERNICUS. 
Young, Aurelia. 

THE SECRET FORMULA. 
Young, Kenny. 

DON'T WORRY 'BOUT ME. 

SUZY, HOW COME YOU DON'T LIKE ME. 

Young, Douglas M. 
BIG ED. 

A PORTRAIT OF THE MASK. 



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NAME INDEX 



99 



Young, Mary Ellen. 
THE WAITING ROOM. 

Young, William, pseud. SEE Williams, 
Jerry. 

Young, William, pseud. SEE Young, 
Mary Ellen. 

Young Men's Christian Associations. 
National Board . 
DETAILED DESIGN, IN DEPTH. 

Young Men's Christian Associations. 
National Council. 
DETAILED DESIGN, IN DEPTH. 



Zadeh, Bart. SEE Zadeh, Nicholas B. 

Zadeh, Nicholas B. 
THE MAN FROM AAB. 

2ahn, Muriel. 

FORGOTTEN ATTIC. (R) 

2ajae, Frank. 

STOCK UP ON PEPPER CAUSE TURKEY'S 
GOING TO WAR. 



Zapel, Arthur L., Jr. 

WE KNOW ABOUT YOU, JESUS. 

WHO AM I. 

Zarpas, Ted. 

MEDALS ARE FOR LOSERS. 

Zeheri, Maria. 

DARLING, YOUR EYELASHES ARE FALSE. 



Zeigler, J. Wesley. 
WHEN IN ROME. 

Zelensky, Mary Bennett. 
THE STAR ANGLED BANNER. 



Zeller, Bennett C. 

BACK TO THE HAT FACTORY. 
THE CENSUS TAKER. 

Zemme, Oskar. 
DER BAHNHOF. 

DER TURN AUS BETON. 

Zibel, Robert Michael, 
THE LABYRINTH. 



Zlerold, Norman. 
1999. 
TAKE 'THE FIREFLY. 

Zilliox, Jack. SEE Zilliox, John J. 

Zilllox, John J. 
WHY ME. 

Zimmerman, Armand L, 
DREAM. (R) 

Ziiwnerman, Bernd Alois. 
DIE SOLDATEN. 

Zimmerman, Jesse., 
A HOUSE DIVIDED. 
A HOUSE OF MOURNING. 

Zimmerman, Marguerite M. 
THE BLUE-EYED HIPPO. 

Zinn, Barbara. 

THE ENCHANTED TAPESTRY. 
Zinner, Elmer N. 

THE COMPUTER CANDIDATE. 
Zipper, Herbert. 

THE BEAUTIFUL GALATEA. 
Zirker, Priscilla Allen. 

DEAR ADDY. 

Zung, Cecilia Sieu-Llng. 
TWO TOO MANY. (R) 



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Page 

Current Registrations 101 

Renewal Registrations 141 

Name Index 149 



Introduction 



PARTS 3-4 list dramas, dramatico-musicals, 
lectures, sermons, monologs, and radio, television, 
and recording scripts registered in classes C and 
D. Many of the recording scripts are made to 
accompany filmstrips which are registered in 
classes A and J and listed in Parts 12-13: Motion 
Pictures and Filmstrips. Works for which the 
copyright has been renewed are listed separately 
in the Renewal Registrations section. Selected 
published dramas currently registered in class A 
arc 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 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. 



5; 

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8: 



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11 



12~ 



Place of publication for all foreign works; 
and for domestic works if given in an 
imprint on the work. 

Name of the first-named publisher given 
in an imprint on the work. 
Physical description, consisting of the num- 
ber of pages or other terms descriptive of 
the work; unpaged works and those with 
complicated or irregular paging are de- 
scribed as 1 V. ; in the case of works issued 
in more than one volume, the number of 
volumes is given. 
Series statement. 

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

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

Information contained in the application 
which relates to the registration of an 
earlier version of the work. 
Brief statement of the new matter on 
which copyright is claimed, preceded by 
the abbreviation NM, if this information 



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13) Copyright symbol ©. 

14) A statement of limitation of claim if the 
application or notice on the work ex- 
pHcitly limits the claim. 

15) Name of th€ copyright claimant. 

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

17) 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., © Richard 
Roe; lAug67 (in notice: 1966) ; DP6500. 

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 
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Navy Yard, Washington, D.C. 20541. 

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

1) Title. 

2) Names of authors of renewable matter. 

3) Edition statement. 

4) Number of acts, scenes, or volumes. 

5) Series statement. 

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

7) Copyright symbol ©. 

8) Date of original copyright. 

9) Original registration number. 

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

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 copy- 
right or bibliographic meanings. 



(A) 


author (s) 


a.a.d.o. 


accepted alternative designa- 




tion of 


a.k.a. 


also known as 


Adm.c.t.a. 


administrator cum testamento 




annexo 


Adm.d.b.n.c.t.a. 


administrator de bonis non 




cum testamento annexo 


appl. 


application 


© 


copyright symbol 



vin 



(C) 


child or children of the de- 




ceased author 


comp. 
d.b.a. 

(E) 


compiler 

doing business as 

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 
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Class C — Lectures and other works pre- 
pared for oral delivery . . 478 
Class D — Domestic published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works . . 160 

Foreign published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works . . 38 

Unpublished dramatic and dra- 
matico-musical works . . .1,310 

Dramatic works registered in 

class A 82 

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482 



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tions for dramas and works prepared for oral 
delivery for July-December 1967, but do not neces- 
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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. LINCOLN, by William Schohl. 

71 1. A play In 3 acts. ® William 
Frederic Schohl; £60ct67; DU69928. 

ABADDON, a two act play by Gordon 
Albert Holt. kS 1. © Gordon 
Albert Holt; 21Jun67; DU69173. 
ABDERITEN. See 

DES ESELS SCHATTEN. 
ABDUCTION FROM THE SERAGLIO. Die 

Entfuhrung aus dem Serall. An opera 
in 3 acts; music by Wolfgang Amadeus 
Mozart, words by Chrlstoph Friedrich 
Bretzner, adapted by Gottlieb 
Stephanie the Younger, rev. English 
translation by Ruth & Thomas Martin, 
English narration by Sheldon 
Fatlnkin. 9 1- Narration only. 
© Sheldon Patinkin; 7Aug67; DU69553- 
ABE LINCOLN IN SONG AND STORY; or, 
From brown house to White House. 
By Ailene Sybil Goodman. 1 v. 
Script. © Ailene Sybil Goodman; 
13Dec67; C20115. 
AN ABOMINATION TO THE LORD, by Mildred 
E. Danforth'. 11 1. A play. 
® Mildred E. Danforth; 5Sep67; 
DU69543. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN, by Rolf N. Sigford. 
102 1. A play in 5 acts. © Rolf 
Norman Sigford; 15Dec67; DU70285. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN, COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, a 
three act play by Bernard Barehay. 
99 1. © Bernard Barshay; 4Dec67; 
DU70206 . 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN, THE GREAT AMERICAN, a 
three act play by Llta Hindman 
Luebbers. 266 1. © Lita Hindman 
Luebbers; 5Sep67; DU6955O. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S SEASON OF SORROW, 
by Charles Grover. 39 1. A play 
in 3 acts. ® Charles Frederick 
Grover; 28Dec67; DU70385. 

ABRAHAM'S CHILDREN, by Edward Shaw. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Edward 
Shaw; 14Nov67; DU70072. 

ABSINTHE, a play in three acts by 
Joseph Hart. 97 1. ® Joseph P. 
Hart; 2Nov67; DU69979. 



ACCENT ON SEX; three one-act plays 
by John Thor Newlander. 58 1. 
© John Newlander; 7Sep67; DP6553. 

THE ACCUSER, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Elethla 
L. Richardson. 33 1. © Elethla L. 
Richardson; l8Aug67; DU69447. 

ACID WINE, a play in 3 acts by John 
Innez, pseud, of John Hlnes. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. I962, 56707. 
NM: revision. © John Innez; 15May67; 
DU69218. 

THE ACTING LESSON, by Willard Simms. 
Dramatists Play Service. 22 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 9Nov66, DU57235. 
NM: additions & revision. ® Willard 
Simms; 22Jun67; DP64l8. 

ACTION OF MURDER, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Luvenia Thompson. 30 1. 
© Luvenia Thompson; 3Nov67; 
DU69995 . 

THE ACTION SWINGERS; recording script 
for Oldsmoblle Division. 11 1. 
Appl. author; Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmoblle Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 300ct67; C 20004 . 

THE ACTOR, a play for television by 
Crlstina White, 28 1 . ® Cristlna 
White; 12Deo67; DU70324 . 

ADJUSTER. See 
THE LONELY. 

THE ADULTER(Y)ATED TRUTH, by Norman 

Miller. 12th revision. 1 v. A 

play In 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 

reg. 19Jun67, DU6899I. NM: addition. 

© Norman Miller; 22Sep67; DU69668. 
THE ADULTER (Y)ATED TRUTH, by Norman 

Miller. 13th revision. 1 v. A 

play in 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 

reg. 22Sep67, DU69668. NM: revision. 

© Norman Miller; 13Dec67; DU70275. 
THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN SOUL; radio 

program no. 4, by Theme Productions. 

3 1. ©Theme Productions, Inc.; 

22Dec67; C20128. 
ADVICE AND A TOAST TO THE BRIDE AND 

GROOM, by Daniel D'Eaux, pseud, of 

James J. Regan, Jr. Sheet, 

© James J. Regan, Jr.; l8Dec67; 

C20II9. 



ADVISING THE TROPICAL TRAVELER, by 
Kevin M. Cahill. 19 1. © Kevin M. 
Cahill; llSep67; CI986I. 
AEGINA, a comedy in three acts by 
James Costin (Jimmy D. Costln) 
122 1. © Jimmy D. Costin; l8Sep6Y; 
DU69625 . 
AFFINITY, a one act play adaptable for 
film or TV. 15 1. © Piri Thomas; 
12Sep67; DU69582. 
THE AFRICAN KING, by John Pagano. 
39 1. A play. © John Pagano; 
19Sep67; DU69630. 
AFTER MANY A SWALLOW DIES THE SUMMER, 
a play in one act by Dana M. 
Tremayne, pseud, of Mark Dana 
Tremayne. 23 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 5Dec66, DU674l3. NM: revision. 
© Dana M. Tremayne; l4Dec67; DU70277. 
THE AFTERMATH, by James Carroll, pseud, 
of Earl M. Hibbard. 94 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Earl M. Hibbard; 
20ot67; DU6g757. 
AGENT 009, by Hal Mcintosh, pseud, of 
Hal Louis Willies. 1 v. Screenplay. 
© Hal Louis Willies; 7Aug67; DU6935'» • 
THE AGREEMENT, a play in one act by 
Douglas Taylor. Dramatists Play 
Service. 21 p. © Douglas Taylor; 
4Deo67; DP6565. 
AH, WILDERNESS. See 

THE LATER PLAYS OF EUGENE O'NEILL. 

AIMEZ-VOUS LE THEATRE? Ou, La parade 
de la rengalne de Claude Aveline. 
46 1. Une piece en 5 scenes. 
© Claude Aveline; 22May67; DU69089. 

ALAN DALE STORY. See 

THE SPIDER AND THE MARIONETTES. 
ALEXANDER AND CAMILLE. See 

THE GIRL FROM NORMANDY. 
ALEXANDER THE GREAT, a play In three 

acts by Charles Garo Ashjian. 

1 V. © Charles Garo Ashjian; 

21Dec67; DU70319. 
ALHAMBRA. See 

THE MOOR'S TREASURE. 
ALICE, a new musical version of Alice's 

adventures in Wonderland by Robert 

S. Triplett. 50 1. 2 acts. Appl. 

states prev. reg. I4jan63, DU56827. 

NM: additions. © Robert S. Triplett; 

190ct67; DU69857. 



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DRAMAS 



July — Dec. 



ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS; book 
by Joan Shepard (Joan Sheoard 
Thompson) & Evan Thompson, pseud, 
of Francis M. H. Thompson, lyrics by 
Lewis Carroll, pseud, of Charles 
Lutwidge Dodgson, Joan Shepard & 
Evan Thompson, music by John Clifton. 
1 V. ® Francis M. H. Thompson, 
Joan Shepard Thompson & John Clifton; 
llDec67; DU70249. 
ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND, See 

ALICE. 
ALL ABOUT ME, by Archie Campbell. 
Sheet. Monologue. ® Peer Inter- 
national Corp.; 10Jul67; CI9688. 

THE ALL-AMERICAN BOY, by Christopher 
Relnler. 71 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Christopher N. Relnler; llSep67; 
DU69576. 

ALL ENDS WELL FOR MR. SOLOMON, a three 
act play by Grace Baughan. 53 1. 
A screenplay. © Grace Baughan; 
30Aug67; DU69517. 

ALL IN FAVOR, a musical comedy; book 
& lyrics by Keith Engar, music by 
Ardean Watts. 76 p. Book & lyrics 
only. © MIA General Boards, Church 
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; 
17May67; DP6525. 
ALL IN THE APRIL EVENING, a play in 

one act by Brian McMaster. 63 1. 

© Brian Stanley McMaster; 15Aug67; 

DU69t20. 

ALL STOP, a farce in one setting by 
Michael Shaffer & John Randolph 
Zapor. 25 1. © Michael Shaffer 
& John Randolph Zapor; 8nov67; 
DU7002lt . 

ALL THE WAY ACROSS TOWN, a one act 
play by John Randolph Zapor. 24 1. 
© John Randolph Zapor; 21Nov67; 
DU70112. 

ALL THESE BEASTS AREN'T HOUSEBROKEN, 
YOU KNOW, by Charles E. Bond 8: 
Carol A. Unzicker. 26 1. A play In 
15 scenes. © Charles E. Bond & 
Carol A. Unzicker; 7Sep67; DU69565. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT. By Murry Woroner. 
1 V. Recording script. © Great 
Fights, Inc. & Woroner Productions, 
Inc.; 230ct67; C19986. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT, by Murry Woroner. 1 v. 
Recording script. Appl. tl.: All 
time heavyweight tournament, John L. 
Sullivan vs. Jimmy Braddock. © Great 
Fights, Inc. & Woroner Productions, 
Inc.; 200c67; C19978. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT, by Murry liforoner. 1 v. 
Recording script. Appl. tl . : All 
time heavyweight tournament. Max Baer 
vs. Jack Johnson. © Great Fights, 
Inc. & Woroner Productions, Inc.; 
230ct67; CI9977. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT, by Murry Woroner. 1 v. 
Recording script. Appl. tl.: All 
time heavyweight tournament. Rocky 
Marciano vs. Gene Tunney. © Great 
Fights, Inc. S: Woroner Productions, 
Inc.; I60ct67; C19976. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT, CLAY VS. SCHMELING, 
by Murry Woroner. 1 v. A television 
script. © Great Fights, Inc. & 
Woroner Productions, Inc.; 5O0ct67; 
CI9995. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT, DEMPSEY VS. SULLIVAN, 
by Murry Woroner. 1 v. A recording 
script. Appl. ti.: All time 
heavyweight tournament. Jack Dempsey 
vs. John L. Sullivan. ® Great 
Fights, Inc. !c Woroner Productions, 
Inc.; 6Nov67; C20052. 



ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT, JACK DEMPSEY VS. JOE 
LOUIS, by Murry Woroner. 1 v. A tele- 
vision script. © Great Fights, Inc. 
& Woroner Productions, Inc.; 'IDec67; 
C20085 . 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT, JACK DEMPSEY VS. ROCKY 
MARCIANO, by Murry Woroner. 1 v. 
Television script. © Great Fights, 
Inc. & Woroner Productions, Inc.; 
l8Dec67; C20117. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT, LOUIS VS. WILLARD, by 
Murry Woroner. 1 v. A television 
script. Appl. tl. ; All time heavy- 
weight tournament, Joe Louis vs. 
Jess Wlllard. ® Great Fights, Inc. 
& Woroner Productions, Inc.; 6Nov67; 
C 200 65. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT, MAX BAER VS. ROCKY 
MARCIANO, by Murry Woroner. 1 v. 
Television script. Appl. ti.: 
All time heavyweight tournament. 
© Great Fights, Inc. & Woroner 
Productions, Inc.; 20Nov67; C20076. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT, by 
Murry Woroner. 1 v. Script. Appl. 
ti: All time heavyweight tournament: 
Joe Louis vs. Bob Fltzsimmons. 
® Great Fights, Inc. S: Woroner Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; 13Nov67; 020059- 

ALL TIME HEAVTWEIGHT TOURMAMENT. See 
ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT, MAX BAER VS. ROCICT 
MARCIANO. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT, BOB 
FITZSIMMONS VS. JACK SHARKEY, 
by Murry Woroner. 1 v. Script, 
® Great Fights, Inc. & Woroner 
Productions, Inc.; 130ct67; CI9960. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT, JACK 
DEMPSEY VS. JOHN L. SULLIVAN. See 
ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP . 
TOURNAMENT, DEMPSEY VS. SULLIVAN. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT, 
JIM JEFFRIES VS. CASSIUS CLAY, 
by Murry Woroner. 1 v. Script. 
© Great Fights, Inc. & Woroner 
Productions, Inc.; 27Nov67; G20079. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT, JOE 
LOUIS VS. JESS WILLARD. See 
ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT, LOUIS VS. WILIARD. 
ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT, JOHN 
L. SULLIVAN VS. JIMMY BRADDOCK. See 
ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT . 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT, MAX 
BAER VS. JACK JOHNSON. See 
ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT . 

ALL TIME HEAVY^reiGHT TOURNAMENT, 

ROCKY MARCIANO VS. GENE TUNNEY. See 
ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP 
TOURNAMENT. 

ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT, ROCKY 
MARCIANO VS. JIM JEFFERIES, by Murry 
Woroner. 1 v. -Script. © Great 
Fights, Inc. & Woroner Productions, 
Inc.; llDec67; C20110. 

ALL TOGETHER NOW! By Anthony Caputi. 
30 1. A play. © Anthony Caputi; 
21Nov67; DU70246. 

ALL YOU NEED IS ONE, BAD BREAK. See 

WHAT PRICE PURITYJ 
ALL YOU WANT IS MY BODY, by Gloria 

Laskowich. 54 1. A play in 2 acts. 

© Gloria Laskowich; 3Nov67; DU69998. 

ALLOCATION OF CORPORATE TELEVISION 
BUYS TO SPECIFIC BRANDS, a talk by 
James J. Tommaney. 15 1. ® James 
J. Tommaney; l4Nov67; C20066. 



ALLOO, COOZIN, a story of carnival 
life, prejudice & romance; music & 
lyrics by Marie S. Rice, book by 
Marie S. Rice & Sylvia S. Cutler. 

I V. 2 acts. © Wilbee Music Co.; 
l4Nov67; DU70076. 

ALL'S FLESH, a play in three acts by 
Rodney K. Douglas. 78 1. © Rodney 
Knaul Douglas; 25Sep67; DU69739. 

ALMOST MORNING, a dramatic play In 3 
acts by J. Patrick Merlda, pseud, of 
James Cannon. 56 1. © James 
Cannon; 23Aug67; DU69476. 

ALONE TOGETHER, a comedy in three 
acts by Anthony Perla. 1 v. 
® Anthony J. Perla; lSep67; 
DU69588. 

ALONG A DIFFERENT SHORE, by Mel 
Mendelow. II9 1. A play in 

II scenes. © Mel Mendelow; 
15Sep67; DU69615. 

THE ALPHA BIT, a TV idea for a half- 
hour show by Wollman/Everds . 
11 1. © One More Production Co., 
Inc. ; 8Sep67; CI9860. 

ALPHABET COOKIE-CRACKERS, NUMBER 

COOKIE-CRACKERS; radio-TV commercial 
by Jone Allison, pseud, of Jone 
Allison Mosman. Sheet. © Jone 
Allison; 13Nov67; C20050. 

AMANT. See 

LA COLLECTION. 

L' AMANT MILITAIRE; adapted by Joan 
Holden, translated by Betty Schwim- 
mer. 1 v. From the play of the 
same name by Carlo Goldoni. © San 
Francisco Mime Troupe, Inc.'; 25Dec67; 
DU70367. 

THE AMAZING, SPINE-TINGLING ADVENTURES 
OF MAUDE AND CLAUDE; book & lyrics 
by Eugene J. Walter, Jr. 154 1. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. ©Eugene J. Walter, Jr.; 
5Sep67; DU695t5. 

THE AMBASSADORS, written by S . H. 
Greengus; created by D. Wortman. 
31 1. A play for television. 
© Sherman H. Greengus & Donald 
Wortman; 26Dec67; DU7038I. 

AMBITION, THE OBJECT OF THE GAME; 

created by Stanley S. Merrltt. 1 v. 
Lecture. © Stanley S. Merrltt; 
4Deo67; C20086. 

AMERICA, DESTINY, by William J. Peifer: 

5 1. © William J. Peifer; 8Nov67; 

C 20047. 
AMERICA HliRRAH, by Jean Claude van 

Itallie . New York, Coward-McCann. 

143 p. 3 plays. Appl. states prev. 

reg. 2Dec66, DP6410. NM: additions. 

© Jean Claude van Itallie; 25Sep67; 

DP6564 . 

AMERICA, THE BEAUTIFUL, a three act 
play by Nicholas Bellitto. 99 1. 
© Nicholas Bellitto; 28Aug67; 
DU69507. 

AMERICA TO ME. See , 
THIS COUNTRY TO ME. 

AN AMERICAN DECISION, by Phyllis Joan 
Bove. 1 V. A play In 2 acts. 
© Phyllis Joan Bove; 50ct67; 
DU7OO27. 
AMITABHA'S BETRAYAL, an original 

production written & directed by the 
Research Council of the Buddha's 
Universal Church. 1 v. English & 
Chinese. ©Buddha's Universal 
Foundation; 20Mar67; DU69454 . 

AMOR EN EL AIRE; guion por Gabriel 
Pena, pseud, of Luis Cesar Amadorl 
Ricclottl, & Jesus Ma. de Arozamena 
(Jesus Maria de Arozamena Berasategui) 
216 1. A screenplay. © Gabriel Pena 
& Jesus Ma. de Arozamena; 3Jul67; 
DU6909O . 



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AN ANACONDA LIES IN WAIT, a play in 
three acts by George K. Hohn. 
1 V. © George K. Hohn; I'tAuge?; 
DU69380 . 

AN ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF ANALOGIES 
AND METAPHORS IN SCIENCE, by Roy 
Dreistadt. 32 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 15Novfi6, CigoSS . NM: additions. 
© Roy Dreistadt; 13Sep67; CI9863. 

ANATOMY OF A FIX, a three act play, 
the criminal trial of Clarence 
Darrow, by Robert W. Farrell. 15 1. 
© Robert W. Farrell; 10Jun67; 
A920943. 

AND A LITTLE CHILD; teleplay written 
by John C. Mebane. 60 1. © John 
Cuiranins Mebane; 24Jul67; DU692't3. 

AND CAME THE ROAH FROM BELOW, a screen- 
play by Robert William Hodge. 143 1. 
© Robert William Hodge; 15Aug67; 
DU69409. 

AND IT CAME TO PASS, a Christmas 
pageant by Faith Shaw (Mrs. Leo R. 
Dumdel) Winona Lake, Ind., Rode- 
heaver Co. 16 p. With music. Appl. 
states songs & Scriptural excerpts 
prev. pub. NM: text S: recitations. 
© Rodeheaver Co.; 10Jul67; DP6429. 

AND NOTHING BUT, by Maxlne Flelschman. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Maxlne 
Flelschman; 9Nov67; DU70079- 

AND PEOPLE ALL AROUND, by George 
Sklar. New York, Random House. 
117 p. 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as unpublished. © George 
Sklar; 22Aug67; DP6539. 
AND SAVAGE SHONE THE SUN, an original 
drama based on the playwright's 
own novel of the same title. 84 1. 
3 acts. © Hugh Donnelly; 28Aug57; 
DU69513- 
AND SOMETIMES YOU WEEP, a one act play 
by Annette Kimball Payne. 15 1. 
© Annette Kimball Payne; 20Sep67; 
DU69641. 
AND THEN THERE WAS NOTHING; By R. H. 
McMonagle & Patricia McMonagle. 
81. A play. © Richard Hopf 
McMonagle & Patricia McMonagle; 
13Dec67; DU70273. 
ANDREA CHENIER, by Umberto Giordano; 
new English translation for singing 
by John Baler. 42 1. A play in 4 
acts. © John H. Baler; 19Jul67; 
DU69197. 

ANGEL IN A BLUE NEGLIGEE, a play by 
Mike Major (Michael J. Major) 
44 1. © Michael J. Major; 7Nov67; 
DU7OO2O. 
ANGEL OF AMSTERDAM; book, music & 
lyrics by Edward J. Hall. 1 v. 
A play in 1 act. © Edward John 
Hall; 19Sep67; DU69652. 

ANGEL UPSTAIRS, a drama In three acts 

by Donna Percy. 1 v. © Donna Percy; 

5Jul67; DU69112. 
THE ANGELIC SPY, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 

B. Lul. 31 1. © B. Lui; 3Nov67; 

DU69994 . 
ANGELS SANG SOFTLY, an original story 

written S: adapted for television 

by D. J. Richards. 33 1- © D. J. 

Richards; 40ct67; DU69782. 
ANOTHER AUTUMN DAY, a musical fantasy 

in five scenes by Ronald Towe. 

1 V. © Ronald William Towe; 

200ct67; DU69859. 

ANTIGONE AKROPOLYPS VOR DER MAUER.EIN 
LEHRSTifCK WIE BEGRABT MAN DEN BRUDER, 
von Charles Copenhaver. 66 1. 
A play. Appl. states prev. reg. 
3Apr67, DU68287. NM: translation 
& revision. © Charles William 
Copenhaver, Jr.; 24Aug67; DU69480. 



ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, by William Shake- 
speare; edited by Oscar James Camp- 
bell, Alfred Rothschild & Stuart 
Vaughan. New York, Bantam Books. 
274 p. (A Bantam classic, SC300) 
3 acts. © on introductory material, 
notes & commentaries; Bantam Books, 
Inc.; 29Aug66; A922031. 

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, by William Shakes- 
peare; 0. H. Rudzik, introd.; Lucy M. 
Fltzpatrick, notes; general Introd. 
by David G. Pitt. New York, Alrmont 
Pub. Co. 174 p. 5 acts. (Alrmont 
Shakespeare classics series, Sll) 
NM: art work, Introd. & notes. 
©Alrmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 15Jul66; 
A929157. 

ANXIETY AND CONFLICT, by Herbert L. 
Klemme. 7 1. A talk. © Herbert L. 
Klemme; 6nov67; C20044 . 

AN APARTMENT FOR A. WINSTON BLACKWELL, 
by Clifford D. Harper. 37 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Clifford D. 
Harper; 2Aug67; DU69319. 

THE APOLOGIZER, a one act play by Peter 
Dee. 14 1. © Peter Dee; 22Deo67; 
DU7O35O. 

APPALACHIAN AUGUST, a three segment 
play with a prologue by Kim Harris. 
1 V. © Kim Harris; 24Nov67; DU70132. 

APPLE ON A PEAR TREE, an original 

story written & adapted for television 

by Rosemary Schall. 39 !• 

© Rosemary Schall; 40ct67; DU6g789. 

THE APPLE TREE, a new musical; music 
by Jerry Bock & lyrics by Sheldon 
Harnick, book by Sheldon Harnick & 
Jerry Bock, additional book material 
by Jerome Coopersmith. New York, 
Random House. 89 p. 3 parts. 
Based on The diary of Adam and Eve, 
by Mark Twain, The lady or the tiger, 
by Frank R. Stockton & Passlonella, 
by Jules Feifer. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. authors: Jerry Bock, Mayerling 
Productions, Ltd., employer for hire 
of Sheldon Harnick, & Jerome Cooper- 
smith. Appl, states prev. reg, 
I80ct66, DD67048. NM: addition. 
® Jerry Bock 85 Mayerling Productions, 
Ltd,, 9May67; DP6540. 

APRICOT BRANDY, a play in three acts 
by Richard Posner, 1 v. © Richard 
Posner; 230ct67; DU69911. 
APRIL BEFORE YOU KNOW IT, a dramatic 
musical by Mary Llta Erbach. 96 1. 
3 acts. Book 8c lyrics only. 
© Mary Llta Erbach; 27Sep67; 
DU69718. 

AQUARIAN HOUR; series 1, The left 
hand of God. Scenario by Radnona 
Asnyk, pseud, of Anna Ordynskl . 
35 1. A musical screenplay. Book 
only. © Anna Ordynskl; 20ct67; 
DU69808. 

AQUARIUS LIVES, a one-act play by 
Barbara Edelsteln. 25 1, © Barbara 
Edelstein; 20ot67; DU69759 . 

AQUILANA. See 
TRES COMEDIAS. 

ARACHNE, a musical play for girls; 
libretto by Jacqueline Froom, 
music by Terence Greaves. London, 
Oxford University Press. 2 v. 
© Oxford University Press; 17Aug67; 
DFO-1569. 

ARCHIMEDES ODER DIE STtlNDE DER PHYSIK; 
Traglkomodie in drel Akten by Kurt 
Mellach. Wlen, Bergland Verlag. 
59 p. © Bergland Verlag, G.M.B.H,; 
12Jun67; AFO-52491. 
ARENAS OF LUTETIA, a play by Ronald 
Tavel. 60 1. 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Ronald Tavel; 
310ct67; DU69959. 



ARISTOCRACY VS CARNABY STREET, a film 
script by Joyce Bralthwaite & Joyce 
Lipsey. 30 1. © Joyce Braltwaite 
& Joyce Lipsey; 12Jul67; DU69144. 

L'ARME BLANCHE; piece en trois actes 
de Victor Halm. 66 1 . © Victor 
Halm; l80ct67; DU69899. 

ARRIVAL, by Raymond McGlynn, 48 1. 
A play in 1 act. © Francis Raymond 
McGlynn; 3Nov67; DU70025. 
ART APPRECIATION: PAINTING; 3 parts. 
Recording scripts for the Jam Handy 
Organization. 1 v. © Jam Handy 
Organization; 3Jul67; C19671. 
AS YOU LIKE IT, by William Shake- 
speare; a one-act version adapted 
by I. E. Clark. 1 v. (A Stage 
magic play) NM: interpolations, 
introd. scene & stage directions, 
p.l-xli. ©I.E. Clark; 15Aug67; 
A936719. 

A SINGING WE WILL GO, an outline for 
a Beatles movie; created by Harold 0. 
Wang. 1 V. Screenplay. Based 
on the Canterbury tales. 
© Mr. & Mrs, Harold 0. Wang; 
19Jul67; DU69193. 

THE ASSASSINS, by Samuel Burger. 87 1. 
A play In 4 acts. © Samuel Burger; 
7Dec67; DU7O23O. 

THE ASSAULT UPON CHARLES SUMNER, by 
Robert Hlvnor. 3 parts. (In Plays 
for a new theater, playbook 2. 
p. 121-220) Appl. states prev. reg. 
llDec63, DU59153. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Robert Hlvnor; 21Nov66; 
DP6454. 

AT LIBERTY, AT LARGE! A new comedy 
by James B. Osborne. 75 !• © James 
B. Osborne; 10Aug67; DU69433, 
AT THE STROKE OF MIDNIGHT, See 

LYDIA SAGEBRUSH'S DILEMMA. 
AT THE STROKE OF MURDER, by Dean 
lozzo, pseud, of Patrlc lozzo & 
Lois Dean. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Patrlc lozzo & Lois Dean; 3Jul57; 
DU69095 . 
ATTENTION SALESMEN, by Calvin Hill 
& National Sales Training Institute. 
1 V. Appl. tl.: National Sales 
Training Institute's automatic sales 
training course. © Calvin Hill; 
90ct67; C19962. 
AUBADE, by Albert Devereaux. 30 1. 
A play. © Albert Devereaux; 
12Jul67; DU69149. 
AN AUDIENCE FOR MODERN MUSIC; paper 
read by Halsey Stevens. 6 1. 
© Halsey Stevens; 3Jul67; CI9678. 
THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY (Record- 
ing scripts) Scripts In this series 
are by Dento-Medlcal Tapes. 
© Dento-Medical Tapes, Inc. 
v.lO. 

5. Aug. 1, 19S7. Digest issue. 
© I3JUI67; CI9692. 

6. Aug. 16, 1967. Clinical issue. 
© I3JUI67; CI9693. 

7. Sept. 1, 1967. Digest issue. 
© l8Aug67; CI9822. 

8. Sept. 16, 1967. Clinical issue. 
© l8Aug67; 019821. 

9. Oct, 1, 1967, Digest issue, Appl, 
states prev, pub. July I967, NM: 
additions & revisions, © 21Sep67; 
CI9917, 

10. Oct, 16, 1967. Clinical issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. June I967 . 
NM: additions & revisions. 

© 2lSep67; C19916. 

11. Nov. 1, 1967. Digest issue. 
© 300c t67; C19992. 

12. Nov. 16, 1967. Clinical Issue. 
© 300ct67; CI9993. 

13. Dec. 1, 1967. Digest Issue. 
© 17Nov67; C20073. 

14. Dec. 16, 1967. Clinical issue. 
© 17Nov67; C20074. 



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104 



DRAMAS 



July — Dec. 



AUDIT IS NOT AN AUDITION. See 
A REVUE BY INTERNAL REVENUE. 

AUDITION SCENES FOR STUDENTS; edited 
with notes by John Wray Young. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 175 P- 
NM: compilation, abridgment S: addi- 
tions. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 28Apr67; 
A932t31. 
AN AUGUST EVE'S ARGUE, a one act play 
by Robinson Stockham a.k.a. Linda J. 
Stookham. 12 1. © Linda J. Stockham; 
21Aug67; DU69't55. 
AUGUST- SEPTEMBER, by L. M. Kit Carson. 
118 1. A screenplay. © L. M. Kit 
Carson; 20ct67; DU69758. 

AUNT VICTORIA'S NIECE, a play In three 
acts by Elsa Walden. 1 v. 
© Elsa Walden; 3Aug67; DU69326. 

AUMTIE MAME. See 

MAME-. 
THE AUSCHWITZ QUINTET, a drama in one 
act by Gordon Arn, pseud, of Don 
Davis. London, S. French. 20 p. 
© Gordon Arn; 17May67; DP6'^7'^ • 

AUTOMOTIVE SHEET METAL REPAIR; 5 parts. 
Recording scripts for the Jam Handy 
Organization. 1 v. © Jam Handy 
Organization; 3Jul67; 019672. 

AVALANCHE, a play by Colin Jameson. 
76 1. 3 acts. © Colin G. Jameson; 
24jul67; DU69259- 
AVAMTIi A comedy of love by Samuel 
Taylor, David Taylor, Suzanne Taylor 
& Michael Taylor. 1 v. 4 acts. 
© Samuel Taylor, Suzanne Taylor, 
David Taylor & Michael Taylor; 
8Sep67; DU69568. 

AVARE. See 
MOLXERE. 

THE AVERAGE AMERICAN SINGLE GIRL, by 
Fred L. Capossela, Jr. & Theo Kamp. 
175 1. A screenplay. © Fred L. 
Capossela, Jr. & Theo Kamp; 
27Sep67; DU697O6. 

THE AWAKENING, by Michael James 
Keemton, pseud, of Wayne Harris 
Morris. 5 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Wayne Harris Morris; 5Deo67; 
DU70212. 

THE AWAKENING; or. The sounds of love. 
Original story & screenplay by 
Nguyen van Llem. 129 1- © Nguyen 
van Liem; l4Aug67; DU69t05. 

THE AWAKENING OF DAVID STEIN; drama 
by Stephen Thomas, pseud, of Stephen 
Tymoshek. 1 v. 3 acts. © Stephen 
Tymoshek; 29Aug67; DU69602. 

THE AXE, a drama in 3 acts by Sam 
Shaw. 62 1. © Sam Shaw; llDec67; 
DU70238. 



B 



BABY BUNTING, DAT YOU BETTEE? Variety 
act number 1 by Helen Valrloh & 
Donna Valrloh. 2 sheets. © Helen 
Valrich & Donna Valrloh; 5Dec67; 
C20088. 

A BABY FOR THE MORNING, by John Lee 
Weldon. 51 1. A two-character 
play in 3 acts. © John Lee Weldon; 
50ot67; DU69793- 

THE BACCHAE, by Euripides, acting ver- 
sion by Robert A. Johnston, kj p. 
A musical play In 2 acts. Book fc 
lyrics only. © Robert A. Johnston; 
5Jan67; DP6496. 

BACCHAE . See 

THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 

BACHELORS, a new musical comedy by 
Majel Miles. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Majel Miles; 3Nov67; DU70032. 



THE BACK SEAT OF BUS 29, a musical 
comedy written especially for high 
school, script & lyrics by James S. 
Kerr, music by Norma Ehrhart Leary. 
Jamestown, Pa., Victor Press. 2 v. 
2 acts. © Norma E. Leary & James S. 
Kerr; 28Sep67; DF6508. 
BACK TO THE FITTURE 1 A musical comedy; 

book by James J. Rush. 1 v. 2 acts. 

Book only. © James J. Rush; 20Sep57; 

DU69619. 

BACKSTAGE BOUNDER, by Wayne Norman. 

30 1. A play In 3 acts. © Wayne 

Norman; 20Sep67; DU69642. 
THE BALLAD OF SAM DAVIS, an outdoor 

drama with music by Bud Browning, 

pseud, of Wilfred Herbert Brown. 

53 1. 2 acts. Book only. © Bud 

Browning; llAug67; DU69388. 

BALLOONS, a play by Richard John 
Walters. 10 1. © Richard John 
Walters; 5Jul67; DU69107. 

THE BANANA REVOLUTION; or, How I 

learned to love the CIA. A musical 
super-fable, book, music & lyrics 
by Annabella Turco. 88 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Annabella 
Turco; 10Jul67; DU69I37. 

THE BANANA THIEF, by Holly Beye. 
58 1. A musical play in 3 acts. 
Book 8c lyrics only. © Holly Beye; 
20ct67; DU69835. 

BAR & GRILL, by Conrad Bishop. l4 1. 
A play. ® Conrad Bishop; LAug67; 
DU69312- 

EAR-LEE BASEBALL SCHOOL; program of 
oral lectures by George A. Lee. 
1 V. © George A. Lee; 24Aug67; 
CI9816. 

THE BASEBALL PLAYER'S FAREWELL, by 
James Fisher, James Hansen & John 
Karraker. Sheet. © James Glenn 
Fisher, James Craig Hansen & John 
Guy Karraker; 28Sep67; C19932. 

A BASKET SETTING, a brief play in two 
parts by Lucille E. Emond . 1 v. 
© Lucille E. Emond; 3Aug67; DU69500. 

BASTARDO; soeneggiatura di Lucio 
Manllo Battlstrada. 300 1. 
© Compagnla Cinematograflca Hercules, 
S.R.L.; 10Jul67; DU69222. 

THE BASTARDS; one act play by Jean 
Pierre Prankenhuis. 28 1 . © Jean 
Pierre Frankenhuis; 25Jul67; DU69270. 

BAT MABU, by Christina De Blasys . 9 1. 
A screenplay. © Christina De Blasys; 
20Dec57; DU7O36O. 

BE MY MATE, by Ann Starr (Ann Starr 
Meyer) 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Ann Starr; 170ct67; DU6983O. 

BE THIN, OR ELSE, a comic documentary 
by Bill Gale (William E. Gale) 17 1. 
© Bill Gale; 190ot67; C19980. 

BEACHBALL, by Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative. Sheet. 
Radio script. © Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative, Inc.; 13Jun67; 
CI9878. 

THE BEAR, an extravaganza in one act; 
music by William Walton; libretto 
adapted from Anton Tcheicov by Paul 
Dehn & William Walton; lyrics by 
Paul Dehn. London, Oxford Univer- 
sity Press. 7 p. Libretto. NM: 
adaptation & additions. © Oxford 
University Press; 8Jun67; DFO-I562. 
THE BEAR AND THE KANGAROO, an original 
comedy in two acts by Fran O'Brien. 
61 1. ©Fran O'Brien; 20Hov67; 
DU7015t. 
THE BEAU BISBEE AFFAIR, by Lenny Lee 

LuESier (Leonard Lussler) 148 1. 

A play in 3 acts. ® Leonard Lussler; 

10Aus67; DU69369. 



BEAUTIFUL CITY. See 
THE SONG OF THE CITY. 

BEAUTIFUL MRS. PLYNN. See 

MAGGIE PLYNN (BEAUTIFUL MRS. PLYNN) 
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, a play with 
music for children by Juanese & 
Wesley Van Tassel, with music & 
lyrics by Mark Olllngton. 1 v. 
(Modern theatre for youth series, 
play no.l) 2 acts. Based on the 
original fairy tale of the same 
title. © Wesley Van Tassel & Mark 
Olllngton; 28Aug67; DP65OO. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, a 3 act play ... 
In verse. By Willie E. Strickland, 
Sr. 12 1. © Willie E. Strickland, 
Sr.; 20Nov67; DU7OO99. 
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST; written & composed 
by Jerome Need. 2 v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. © Jerome Nedd; 25Sep67; 
DU69699 . 

BEAUTY, IS THE BEAST? An original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Wilbur Hamilton. 29 1. 
© Wilbur Hamilton; l8Aug67; DU69450. 
BEAUTY PAGEANT; original book for a 
musical comedy by David L. Goodrich 
& Charles S. Osborn. 1 v. With 
lyrics. © David L. Goodrich 8c 
Charles S. Osborn; 23Jun67; DU69087. 

BECKY, a musical play in two acts; 
adaptation by Kyril Chandor, pseud, 
of Kyril Vassilchikov-Shishmarev, 
music by Alfred Heller, lyrics by 
Chandor & Heller (Alfred & Lissy 
Heller) Based on Vanity fair, by 
William Makepeace Thackeray. Book 8: 
lyrics only. ® Kyril Chandor; 
27Sep67; DU69716. 

BEDTIME STORIES AND SONGS. See 
DESTINATION, DREAMLAND. 

BEGINNING EXPERIENCES IN NUMBER 

RELATIONS THROUGH LANGUAGE, by Selma 
Greenberg & Anita Gurian. 1 v. 
© Classroom Materials Co.; 7Deo67; 
C20107. 

BEGINNING EXPERIENCES IN NUMBER RELA- 
TIONS THROUGH LANGUAGE, ALBUM 1, by 
Selma Greenberg 8c Anita Gurian. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 22Jun67; C19832. 
BEHOLD AN EMPTY ROOM, a play in one 
act by William Dales Hartt . Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 15 p. Appl. author: 
Walter H. Baker Co., employer for 
hire. ©Walter H. Baker Co.; 20Jun67; 
DP6462. 
BELINDA, MY ANGEL, a dramatic narration 
by Pansy Haley. Sheet. © Pansy 
Mae Haley; 310ot67; C19989. 

THE BELL OF ILLUSION, a play by Broome 
Strlngfellow. 40 1. © Broome 
Strlngfellow; 4Deo67; DU70202. 

BELLE DE JOUR. 84 1 . A screenplay in 
10 reels. ® Paris Film Production; 
5Sep67; DU69539. 

THE BELLIGERENT BUTTERFLY, a musical 
biography; book by Jack Ramer, 
music by Ernest McCarty, lyrics by 
Jack Ramer & Ernest McCarty. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Jack Ramer & Ernest 
McCarty; 21Nov67; DU70149. 

BEN AND THE CHIEF, television 

tobacco commercial by Richard B. 
Thunder-Sky. Sheet. © Richard 
B. Thunder-Sky; 230ct67; DU59877. 

A BENCH IN THE PARK; three act play 
with music by Robert A. Parsons. 
1 V. © Robert A. Parsons; 13Nov67; 
DU70049. 

BENEATH MARS, an original story written 
8c adapted for television by Kenneth 
Koonce. 30 1. © Kenneth Koonce; 
21Sep67; DU69656. 



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1967 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



105 



BENT TWIGS, a musical play depicting 
some of the problems which help to 
breed today's school dropouts; music 
by Arleln Ford Straw, script & lyrics 
by Helen R. Williams. 2 v: © Helen 
Roberts Williams & Arleln Ford Straw; 
6Nov67; DU69973. 
BERTRAND AND MR. PICiCLEWICK, by June 
Brlndel. 8 1. (Story time from 
Interloohen, no.j) Recording 
script. © June Brlndel; 4Deo67; 
C20092. 
DER BESSERE HIMMEL; eine erotische 
Charakterkomodle in drei Akten von 
Luclan Laurance, pseud, of Lucien 
Prival. 1 V. Dem Ludwig Anzengruber 
dankend abgepumpt. Appl . states prev . 
reg. as The better heaven. NM: re- 
visions. © Lucien Prival; 3Jul67; 
DU69379 • 
THE BEST OF ALL POSSIBLE WORLDS, an 
original screenplay by John L. 
Huszar. 22 1. © John L. Huszar; 
13Jul67; DP6424. 

THE BEST PICTURE FOR 1968; Recording 
script for the Admiral Corp. by 
Jam Handy Organization. 13 1. 
©Admiral Corp.; l8Sep67; CI9881. 

THE BEST PLAYS OF 1966-67; edited by 
Otis L. Guernsey, Jr., Illustrated 
with photographs & with drawings by 
Hirschfeld. New York, Dodd, Mead. 
498 p. (The Burns Mantle yearbook) 
10 plays. © Dodd, Mead 8c Co., Inc.; 
230ct67; A958'tl5. 

BETRAYED, a screenplay by William L. 
Norton. I08 1. Based on an original 
story. Emeralds from the green hell, 
by J. Joachim Bartsch & a screenplay 
draft. The taboo of Radjapura. Appl. 
author: United Producers Organization. 
Appl. states prev. pub. I965 . NM: 
revision. © United Producers Organ- 
ization; 30Mar67; DP6I117. 

DAS BETT DER POMPADOUR, eine musik- 
allsche Komodie in zwolf Verwand- 
lungen von Wallner-Peltz (Max 
Wallner & Kurt Feltz); Musik von 
Fred Raymond. Berlin, Meisel. 
76 p. Libretto. © Edition Meisel 
& Co., G.M.B.H.; 19Jul39; DFI894 . 

BETTER HEAVEN. See 
DER BESSERE HIMMEL. 

BETTER LUCK NEXT TIME, by Jagga. K., 
pseud, of Jag Moham Kapur. 545 1. 
A play. © Jag Mohan Kapur; 40ct67; 
DU7OIO5 . 

A BETTER WAY OF LIFE; recording script 
for Westinghouse Electric Corp. 
by Jam Handy Organization. 25 1. 
©Westinghouse Electric Corp.; 
l8Sep67; CI9910. 

BETWEEN HEAVEN AND , a musical 

comedy in two acts; music by Roger 
C. Good, book & lyrics by Marvin W. 
Stafford. 1 v. © Roger G. Good & 
Marvin W. Stafford; 28Nov67; DU70146. 

BETWEEN TWO LOVES.. See 

ENTRE DOS AMORES. 
BEYOND THE BBYOHD WITHIN WASHINGTON 
SQUARE, by Anne Barbe. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Anne Barbe k.a. 
Ninette Blanc; 20Dec67; DU70371. 
BEYOND THE BOOKSHELF, by Bobby e 

Russell Durrett (Mrs. R. E. Durrett, 
Jr.) 17 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Bobbye Russell Durrett; 6jul67; 
DU69II6. 
THE BIBLE TELLS US SO, a one-act 
play by Jeannine Balls. 6 1, 
© Jeannine J. Bails; 16Nov67; 
DU70085. 
BIBS SKILLTAPE READING PROGRAM, by 
Charles E. Merrill Books, Inc. 
1 V. 15 reels. © Charles E 
Merrill Books, Inc ; 10Aug67: 

c 19809. 



THE BIG DIP, by Izzy Abrams (Israel 
Abrams), Larry Hurwit (Lawrence S. 
Hurwlt) & Jack Lavin . 1 v. A musi- 
cal play in 2 acts. © Israel Abrams, 
Jack Lavin & Lawrence S. Hurwit; 
250ct67; DU69967. 
THE BIG GAME, by Donald R. Boyle. 
155 1- A screenplay. © Donald R. 
Boyle; 13Dec67; DU70269. 

BIG NEWS ABOUT DOUBLE D; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 14 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; l8Sep67; C19902. 

BIG ORANGE NETWORK, lecture prepared 
for delivery by Frank T, Dafferner. 
2 sheets. © Prank T. Dafferner; 
lDec67; C20084 . 

BILL BARLOW AND THE REVERNEWERS, an 
original story written & adapted 
for television by Alfred Inman. 
31 1. © Alfred Inman; 13Nov67; 
DU70045. 
BILLY THE KID, Se6 

THE BLOSSOM. 
THE BIFNALL SPOT-MOP, by Frederick C. 
Blnnall & Beatrice Woodward Blnnall. 
4 1. © Frederick C. Blnnall & Bea- 
trice Woodward Blnnall; 6Jul57; 
CI9706. 
BIOGRAFIE, eln Spiel von Max Frlsch. 
[Frankfurt am Main] Suhrkamp Verlag. 
109 p. 2 parts. © Suhrkamp Verlag; 
200ct67; DFO-1571. 

BIOGRAPHY BACKGROUND FOR INSPIRATION, 
by Violet Priestley. 8 1. Film- 
strip script. © VloJ.et Priestley 
d.b.a. Library Filrastrlp Center; 
40ot67; CI9979. 

THE BIRD HOUSE, a play in five scenes 
by Denis Bassett. (In Paroles, 
fall 1967, p. 32) © Denis A. 
Bassett; lWov67 ; DP6545 . 
THE BIRD MULE, by Jim Morrison & Cliff 
Williamson. 2 sheets. Recitation. 
© Peach Music'j 28Sep67; CI9957 . 
THE BIRTH OF NEUTRON, by Teddy Valis 
(Theodore Valis) 7 1. A play. 
© Theodore Valis; 5 Jul67 ; DU69124 . 
THE BIRTH OF SHARI WINTER, a play by 
William Paul Wall, pseud, of William 
Tapia. 142 1. © William Paul Wall; 
29N0V67; DU70186. 
THE BISHOP, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Lillian 
Y. Halle. 30 1. © Lillian Y. 
Halle; 40ct67; DU69783. 
BITTEN BY THE LOVE BUG, by Junior 
Samples & Clif Williamson. 2 1. 
© Peach Music; 28Aug67 ; CI9852. 
BITTER LAUREL, by Demetrlos Vilan. 
136 1. A play in 3 acts. © Deme- 
trlos Vilan; 17Jul57; DU69l84. 
BLACK, AMERICAN COMMUNITY, PROSPERITY; 
author: Lawrence Erwln. 1 v. 
Lecture. © Lawrence Abner Erwln; 
l8Aug67; 019825. 
BLACK BART RIDES AGAIN: or, Why did 
Violet shrink? A melodrama In 
4 acts by Cleo Lucas, pseud, of 
Cleo Lucas Hurlburt. 1 v. © Cleo 
Lucas (Mrs. John Hurlburt); 17Jul57; 
DU69314 . 
THE BLACK CLOUD, by Sy Rich (Seymour 
Rich) 120 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Seymour Rich; 15Sep67; DU69674 . 
THE BLACK CROOK AND OTHER NINETEENTH- 
CENTURY AMERICAN PLAYS; edited by 
Myron Matlaw. 1957. New York, 
Dutton. 511 p. (A Button paper- 
back, D 205) © Myron Matlaw; 
28Sep67; A94608O. 
BLACK IN THE RAINBOW, by Julius R. 
Young & Warren S. Murray. 44 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Julius R. 
Young & Warren S. Murray; 51Aug57; 
DU69525 . 



BLACK JACK, a play in two acts by 
Joan Lyvone Selement. 1 v. 
© Joan Lyvone Selement; 50ct67; 
DU69792- 

THE BLACK PLAGUE, by Burdon & others. 
2 sheets. Appl. authors: Eric 
Burdon, Vic Briggs, Barry Jenkins, 
Johnny Welder % Danny MoCullooh. 
© Sea-Lark Enterprises, Inc., 
Yameta Music, Ltd. & Slamina Music, 
Ltd.; 300ct67; 020054. 

BLACK SABBATH, a play in two acts by 
Steven Coffman. 51 1. © Steven 
Coffman; 15Dec67; DU70351. 
THE BLACK WIDOW, a play in one act 
by June Nordahl. 7 1- © June 
Nordahl; l8Aug57; DU69444 . 
THE BLACKBOARD JUNGLE, by C. B. 

Gilford & Elizabeth Gibson. Kansas 
City, Mo., Play House. 52 p. 
5 acts. From the novel by Evan 
Hunter. © Evan Hunter, C. B. 
Gilford & Elizabeth Gibson; lSep65; 
DP6549. 
BLAKE'S MEADOW, a play by James M. 
Kalett. 22 1. © James M. Kalett; 
l8Sep67; DU69621. 
BLAUBART; Kom'6die in vier Akten von 
Ernst Brauner. [Vienna] Universal 
Edition. 80 p. © Universal Edi- 
tion, A.G.; 24Apr67; DFO-1557. 
DAS BLAUE STOCK; Farce in einem Akt 
von Florian Kalbeck. [Vienna] 
55 p. © Universal Edition, A.G.; 
l6May67; DFO-1558. 
THE BLEEDING HEART OF A PORTRAIT; play 
in three acts by Ernest Aszody. 
1 v. © Ernest Aszody; 6jul67; 
DU69II4 . 

BLIND DATE, by John Stewart. Sheet. 
© SFO Music, Inc.; 15Sep67; CI9856. 

BLINDMAN'S BUFF; screenplay by Harry 
Tugend. 134 1. Based on a story by 
Harry Tugend & Lawrence Dobkin. 
© Harry Tugend; 25Dec57; DU70358. 

BLOOD FLUKES IN THE ELEPHANT'S THROAT, 
a one act morality play in verse by 
Sol Newman. 54 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 24Feb64, DU56492. NM: 
additions. © Sol Newman; 15 Aug 67 ; 
DU69407. 

THE BLOOD OF AN ENGLISHMAN, a Victorian 
play with songs by John Lewin. 
60 1. 6 scenes. Book & lyrics 
only. © John Lewin; 26Sep67j 
DU6972O . 

THE BLOSSOM; or, Billy the Kid, a play 
by Michael McClure. 32 p. (Great 
Lakes books, no. 2) © Michael 
McClure; 5Jan67; DP5430. 

BLOWN BLOSSOMS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Annabelle Hull, pseud, of Mabel 
Hanna. 28 1. © Mabel Hanna; 
19Dec67; DU70314. 

BLUE FISH, BEING AN INTRODUCTION TO 
AN ENDING; comedy in three acts. 
Playwrights: Charles Herrlngton, 
pseud, of Steven C. Waldron, & 
Rosencrance Van Gulldenstern-Codly, 
pseud, of Elizabeth A. Goodwin. 
51. © Steven C. Waldron Sc Eliza- 
beth A. Goodwin; 27Jun57; DP5422. 

BLUEBEARD HAD A WIFE, a comedy in 
one act by Tim Kelly. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 28 p. © Tim 
Kelly; 2Aug67; DP653I. 

BLUES FOR A HUMDRED YARDS, by Patrick 

J. Nolan & Joseph L. Subblondo. 

58 1. A screenplay. © Patrick J. 

Nolan & Joseph Subblondo; 27Dec67; 

DU70383. 
THE BLUNDERFUL WORLD OP SIU, by 

Judy Sink Stephens. 1 v. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Judy 
Sink Stephens & William Tranqullll ; 
l80ct67; DU59852. 



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July — Dec. 



BOB ET DOMI ET LE DOCUMENT SECRET; 
piece en trois tableaux de Renee 
Legrand. 42 1. ©Renee Legrand; 
22May67; DU69088. 

THE BODY IN THE BAYOU; play In four 
acts with a prologue & an epilogue 
by Irma C. Sternberg. 57 p. 
© Irma C. Sternberg; 6Nov67; 
DbTOOOg. 

BOMARZO, an opera in two acts & fif- 
teen scenes; music by Alberto Ginas- 
tra; libretto by Manuel Mujica Lainez; 
translated by Hobart Spalding. I966 . 
[New York] Boosey & Hawkes. 87 p. 
Libretto. Appl. author: Boosey & 
Hawkes, Inc . ^ employer for hire. 
® Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 19Maye57; 
DP6447. 

A BOND AMONG THEM; two act comedy 
farce by Cyril Amster. 63 1. 
® Cyril Amster; 8Sep67; DU69569. 

LA BONNE ADRESSE; comedie en 3 actes 
de Marc Camoletti. Paris, Librairie 
Theatrale. I60 p. ©Marc Camoletti; 
30Mar67; DFO-1550. 
BONUS, a one act play by J. Rachuy 
Brindell (June Rachuy Brindell) 
16 1. © June R. Brindel; 2Nov67; 
DU69980. 

BONUS BABY, a three-act comedy by 
Steve Lewis (Stephen P. Lewis) 
1 V. ® Stephen P. Lewis; 13Nov67; 
DU70056. 

BOO, a one act play in two scenes by 
Sterling Harper. 25 1. © Sterling 
Harper; 13Jul67; DU6915I. 

BOOKKEEPING, FIRST YEAR, M.I. P. 1267, 
by Marvin W. Herapel, John W. Rich- 
mond & Carl W, Salser. 2 v. 
© Educational Research Associates; 
190ot67; C19982. 

BORDER PATROLS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Robert J. Bolden. 32 1. © Robert 
J. Bolden; 21Sep67; DU69655 . 

BORIS; comedie en quatre actes de 
Julien Vartet, pseud, de Maurice 
Vacher. 121 1. © Julien Vartet; 
l80ct67; DU69900. 

BORIS, BEWARE, by Howard Pflanzer. 
1 V. A play. © Howard Pflanzer; 
26Sep67; DU697'H. 
BORN TO BE KING, by Esther L. Vogt. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldrldge Pub. Co. 
10 p. (Eldrldge Christmas enter- 
tainments) 3 parts. Contains music 
& lyrics to 1 song. © Eldrldge 
Pub. Co.; lSep67; DP6560. 
A BORROWED PLUME, a drama in three 
acts by Ralph J. DePalma. 139 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. llMar63, 
DU57284. NM: revision. © Ralph 
J. DePalma; 30ct67; DU6976I+. 

BOURBON BACKLASH; recitation, words & 
music by Rex T. Sherry. 2 sheets. 
© Rex T. Sherry; 240ct67; C20018. 

THE BOWLERS, by Stephen Greece. 27 p. 
A play. © Stephen Richard Grecco; 
6Dec67; DU70219. 
BOY ON THE STRAIGHT-BACK CHAIR, a play 
by Ronald Tavel. 1 v. With lyrics 
for 9 songs. © Ronald Tavel; ll^Julb?; 
DU69157 . 

THE BRAIN, a comedy of lost identi- 
ties by Sidney Blackstone. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Sidney Blackstone; 
5Sep67; DU69722. 

THE BRAIN TRANSFER UNIT, by Theodore 
Vails. 1 v. (Neutron series, no. 2) 
A screenplay. © Theodore Valis; 
28sep67; DU69707. 

BRANDY IS FOR HEROES, a film play by 
Brendan R. Hayes. 40 1. 7 acts. 
©Brendan R. Hayes; 120ct67; DU69844 . 



THE BREAK OF THE BOLERO, an original 
story written fc adapted for televisloa 
by I. Thany. 32 1. © I. Thany; 
29Nov67; DU7OI83. 
BREAKTHROUGH '68; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division. 10 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 300ct67; C20010. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS; adapted for 
marionettes by Diane Dimon Menes. 
71. A play. Prom Grimm Bros, 
collection. Includes lyrics to one 
song. © Diane Dimon Menes; 29Aug67; 
DU69691. 
THE BRIDE COMES TO YELLOW SKY; opera 
in four scenes, music by Roger 
Nixon, words by Ray B. West, Jr. 
4 V. Adapted from the short story 
by Stephen Crane. Piano-vocal score. 
© Roger A. Nixon; 3Nov67; DU6997'i . 

THE BRIDGE, a one act play by Mario 
Fratti. 20 1. © Mario Fratti; 
3Nov67; DU70001. 
THE BRIDGE OF ARTA, by George 

Theotokas, translated from the Greek 
by Lucille Vassardakl, radio adapta- 
tion by E. Pechas. 47 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Lucille Vassardakl; 
llSep67; DU69559. 

BRIEF PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC TECHNIQUES, 
by Herbert L. Klemme. 8 1. A lec- 
ture. © Herbert L. Klemme; 6nov67; 
C20045. 

BRIGHT SPOTS IN THE COTTON FUTURE; 
prepared for Deere & Co. by Wilding. 
Writer: John Davenport. 16 1. 
A script. © Wilding, Inc.; 12Jul67; 
CI968I. 

BRIGHTOWER, a play by Dore Schary. 
1 V. 4 scenes. © Dore Schary; 
14sep67; DU69608. 

BRIT TWENTY-FOUR, a one act play by 
Daniel Curley from his story Father 
to the man. 34 1. © Daniel 
Curley; 4Dec67; DU70201. 

BREAD LOAF (The tin whistle) A three 
act drama by Walter S. J. Swanson. 
69 p. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
The good priests, 17Mar66, DU65091. 
NM: editorial revisions. ©Walter 
S. J. Swanson; 17Jul67; DP6433. 

BROTHERS, a play in one act by Ernest 
Ellis. 32 1. © Ernest Ellis; 
10Aug67; DU6937I. 

BUB, a musical play; book & lyrics by 
George Church & Walter Roberts. 
1 V. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© George Luclen Church; 31Jul67; 
DU69383 . 
THE BUCHER BRIDGE, CHAPTER I: THE 
HEXAGON BRIDGE. By Jonas Franklin 
Bucher. 1 v. © Jonas Franklin 
Bucher; 12Jun67; C 19664 . 
A BUCKET OF ASHES, a drama in three 
acts by Janet Washington. 42 1. 
© Janet M. Washington; 17Nov67; 
DU70159. 

BUILDING LANGUAGE USAGE POWER: ALBUM 3, 
by Selma Greenberg & Anita Gurlan. 
1 V. © Classroom Materials Co.; 
7Dec67; C20108. 

BUILDING VERBAL POWER, ALBUM II, by 
Selma Greenberg S: Anita Gurlan. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 22Jun67; C19833. 

BUILDING VERBAL POWER, ALBUM III, by 
Selma Greenberg & Anita Gurlan. 1 v. ■ 
Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 22Jun67; C19835. 

BUILDING VERBAL POWER IN THE UPPER 
GRADES, by Selma Greenberg % Anita 
Gurlan. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Classroom Materials Co.; 7Dec67; 
C20104 . 



BUILDING VERBAL POWER, UPPER GRADES: 
ALBUM 1, by Selma Greenberg % Anita 
Gurlan. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Classroom Materials Co.; 7Dec67; 
C20105 . 

BUILDING VERBAL POWER, UPPER GRADES: 
ALBUM 2, by Selma Greenberg & Anita 
Gurlan. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Classroom Materials Co.; 7Deo67; 
C20106. 

THE BULGARIANS, ALLEGED, a play by 
Daniel Curley. 24 1. From a story 
by Henri Michaux. © Daniel Curley; 
lNov67; DU6993I. 

THE BULL DURHAM CIGARETTE TOBACCO 
COMMERCIAL, by James Hansen, John 
Karraker & James Fisher. Sheet. 
® James Craig Hansen, James Glenn 
Fisher & John Guy Karraker; 28Sep67; 
CI9933. 
LE BUNKER; chronique dramatique en 
quatre parties par Alain Decaux. 
194 1. © Alain Decaux; 21Nov67; 
DU70192. 
IL BUON SOLDATO SVEJK, by Guido Turchi. 
Canto e pianoforte. Milano. 
3 acts. Appl. author: Gerardo 
Guerrieri. © G. Ricordi & C. ; 
26Mar62; DFOI567. 
BURIAL, in one act by Barney Ruben 
(Bernard L. Ruben) 44 1. A play. 
© Barney Ruben; 19Sep67; DU69715 . 
THE BURNWELL KID, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Andrew Scruggs. 30 1. © Andrew 
Scruggs; 3Nov67; DU6999O. 
BURTON, BARTON AND NIGHTMARE; 1/2 hour 
teleplay adapted from the play of 
the same name by James A. Hill. 
29 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
27Jun66, DU66I3I. NM: revision. 
© James A. Hill; l4Jul67; DU69160. 
THE BUS DRIVER'S CHRISTMAS, an original 
musical play by Norman Dorff % 
Barbara Carlson. 2 v. © Norman 
Dorff & Barbara Carlson; 17Nov67; 
DU70088. 

BUT MAMA I LUV HIM, by M. Carroll. 
61 1. A play in 5 acts. © M. Carroll; 
9Nov67; DU70034. 

BUT SERIOUSLY FOLKS, an original 

screenplay by Robert Siegler. 

1st draft. 91 1. © Robert 

Siegler; l8Sep67; DU69624. 
LA BUTTE DE SATORY, de Pierre Halet. 

[Paris] Editions du Seull. Il4 p. 

(Collection theatre) 3 partes. 

© Editions du Seull; 30Jun67; 

DFO-1563. 



CABARET, by Harold Prince; book by 
Joe Masteroff, music by John Kander, 
lyrics by Fred Ebb. New York, Ran- 
dom House. 115 p. 2 acts. Based 
on the play by John van Druten & 
stories by Christopher Isherwood. 
Book 8: lyrics only. © on book; 
Jce Masteroff & Fred Ebb; 20Jun67; 
DP6542. 
CACERIA DE UN HOMBRE . See 

LAST CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME. 
CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA, by George Bernard 
Shaw; Introd, by Clarence A. Andrews. 
New York, Alrmont Pub. Co. 125 p. 
(Alrmont classic series, CL119) 
5 acts. NM: special contents, art 
work & Introd. © Alrmont Pub. Co., 
Inc.; 170ct66; A947171. 
LES CAISSES: QU'EST-CE? Ou, Tu vols 
Roger, si tu avals appris la cyberne- 
tique au lieu de lire des betises. 
Un spectracle, fantome de piece, de 
Jean Bouchaud; musique de Georges 
Moustakl; decors de Francois Robert. 
1 V. Book & lyrics only. © Jean 
Bouchaud; 10Jul67; DU69138. 



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THE CALL, a play in one act by 
Edgard da Rocha Miranda. 52 1. 
© Edgard da Rocha Miranda; 6Nov67; 
DU70014 . 

CALL ME; story & screenplay, Victor 
Merinow & Scott Cunningham; dialogue, 
Scott Cunningham; original story 
idea, Victor Merinow. 108 1. 
© Scott Cunningham &: Victor Merinow; 
10Jul67: DU69133. 

CALL ME FISHER, a human comedy in 
three acts by John Pierce. 1 v. 
© John Pierce; 100ct67; DU6985I. 

CALL THAT DANCING; adaptation for 
children to perform by Judith 
Martin. Sheet. Appl. author: 
Paper Bag Players . © Paper Bag 
Players, Inc.; 22Jun67; mSSOSH . 

CALLING 221-142't, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mandy Davis. 50 1. © Mandy Davis; 
2Nov67; DU69985. 

CAMERONE (Camaron) By Jack De Witt. 
176 1. Screenplay. © Jack De Witt; 
2Nov67; DU69988. 
THE CAMPBELLS OF BOSTON, by William 
Dean Howells, adapted by C. K. 
Alexander. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
® Charles Alexander; lAug67; 
DU69542. 

CAN YOU GET TO HEAVEN IN A GOOD USED 
CAR? A comedy by Le Roy Stahl. 
119 1. 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. Feb. I966, DU65294 . NM: com- 
plete revision. Le Roy Stahl; 
13Nov67; DU70050. 

THE CAMARY DIAMOND, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Delia E. Nugent. 52 1. ® Delia 
E. Nugent; 40ct67; DU6978I. 

CANDIDE; narration by Sheldon Patinkin. 
21 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
23Dec59, DU^-gegg. © Sheldon Patinkin; 
7Jul67; DU6g2g5. 

CANTERBURY TALES. See 
A SINGING WE WILL GO. 
CHANTICLEER AND THE FOX. 
THE PARDONER'S TALE, V.1-2. 
A CANTICLE FOR LEIBOWITZ, a play in 
three acts by Walter Miller, Jr.; 
adapted by Clark Fuller. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 94 P. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 15Sep67; DP6492. 

CAPE HOPE, a play in two acts by 
Welton Jones. 94 1. ® Welton 
Horace Jones, Jr.; 29Nov67; 
DU70265. 

CAPITOL idea; See 

THE CENSURY OF SWEET, SHY ANN. 

CARBON COPY, a short play by L. Wall- 
berg. 15 1. © Larry Wallberg; 
l8sep67; DU69623. 

CARPE MOCTEM; ou, Samedi soir; ou. 
La petite eternite. Piece en trois 
actes de Claude Ambares, pseud, of 
Jean Claude Vallee. 104 1. ® Claude 
Ambares; 24jul67; DU69347 . 

CASA NOSTRA, a musical drama in two 
acts; playbook by Charles Schlappa- 
casse. 1 v. Book only. © Charles 
Sohiappacasse; 20ct67; DU6980I. 

CASAKOVA, a musical play freely based 
on the memoirs of Casanova; play & 
lyrics by Bruce Williamson. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Bruce Williamson; 13Jul67; DU692II. 

CASE 680 CONSTRUCTION KING; recording 
script for the J. I. Case Co. by 
Jam Handy Organization. 23 1. 
©J. I. Case Co.; l8Sep67; CigSgi. 

CASH A BET, by Marvin Ellin. I3 1. 
Film script. ©Marvin Ellin; 
3IJUI67; CI9772. 



EL CASINO DE LA ALEGRIA; script para 

teatro, radio, cine y television, 

original de Carlos Manuel Nardo. 

5 1. © Carlos Manuel Nardo; 5Jul67: 

DU6911I. 
CATCH AS CATCH CAN, an original musical 

comedy by Lillian Senecoff, additional 

music by Marilyn Cooper. 1 v. 

2 acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 

states prev. reg. 23Sep65, DU63969. 

NM: additions & revisions. ® Lillian 

Senecoff; 19Jun67 ; DU69122. 

CATCH US ALONE. See 

A TRIO FOR THE LIVING. 
CAUSE, EFFECT AND CURE; three one act 
plays concerning the American Negro 
in a white world; author, James 
La Roe. 1 v. © James La Roe; 
40ot67; DU6979I. 
THE CAUSES AND THE PREVENTIONS OF 
CIVIL DISORDERS, by Thomas Sanfran 
Miyada. 36 1 . A lecture. ® Thomas 
Sanfran Miyada; 310ct67; C20015. 

CAXAMBU; screenplay by Waldon Wheeland. 
1 V. Appl. author: Merit Produc- 
tions, employer for hire, © Merit 
Productions, Inc.; 6Nov67; DU70067. 

THE CELL, by Jerrold M. Elprin. 28 1. 
A play. © Jerrold M. Elprin; 
15Aug67; DU69419. 

THE CENSURY OF SWEET, SHY ANN; or. 
If I live to be one hundred, I shall 
still be true to you; or, Capitol 
idea; A melodrama by Ted Gloeckler 
(Theodore L. B. Gloeckler) & John 
Carroll. 20 p. © Cheyenne Little 
Theatre Flayers, Inc. l6Jun67; 
DP6522. 

A CENTURY OF MUSICAL COMEDY. 4 1. 
A television script. © Transmuslc, 
Inc.; 20Dec67; C20121. 

EL CERDO DE JUAN BOBO, de Mary Agnes 
Carr. 15 1. 2 scenes. ® Mary 
Agnes Carr; 9Nov67j DU70037. 

A CERTAIN COURT, by Bynum McCray 
Wheeler. 6 1. A screenplay. 
© Bynura McCray Wheeler; 5Sep67; 
DU69541. 

CHANNEL ONE; story & screenplay by 
Leroy Stone. 147 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Mister Director, I965. 
NM: addition & revision. © Leroy 
Stone; 14Dec67; DU7O336. 
LA CHANSON SATIRIQUE DE CHARLEMAGNE 
A CHARLES DE GAULLE, mille ans de 
chronique scandaleuse; tome I de 
Guy Breton. Paris, Librairie Aca- 
demique Perrin. 44l p. NM: new 
text & compilation. © Librairie 
Academique Perrin; 20Jun67; 
AFO-52035. 

CHANTICLEER AND THE FOX, a musical 
play for children; words by Peter 
Westmore, music by Edward Hughes. 
London, Oxford University Press. 
30 p. Based on the Nun's priest's 
tale from Chaucer's Canterbury tales. 
Vocal score. © Oxford University 
Press; 270ct66; DFI893. 

CHARLES V, an opera in two acts, 

libretto by M. Trace Johnson, music 
by Wilhelm Wodnansky. 47 1. 
Libretto. © M. Trace Johnson; 
20Nov67; DU70262. 
CHARLIE SMITH, an original story 

written & adapted for televialon by 
Sanford S. Sims. 32 1 . © Sanford S. 
Sims; 21Sep57; DU6965O. 
THE CHASSIS WITH CLASS; recording 

script for the Westinghouse Electric 
Corp. by Jam Handy Organization. 
14 1. © Westinghouse Electric 
Corp.; l8Sep67; Ciggi2. 

CHATEAU BRAVURA, by John Lynn. 41 1. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © John Harrison Lynn; 
90ct67; DU69815. 



CHER INSPECTEUR; comedle pollciere en 
4 actes de Simone Sauvage. 1 v. 
© Simone Sauvage; l8Sep67; Du6g678. 

CHIAROSCURO, by Louis Berrone . 9 1. 
A play. © Louis Berrone; 22Aug57; 
DU69481. 

CHIAROSCURO, by Louis Berrone. 1 v. 

A play in 2 acts with music. Book S: 

lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 

I9JUI67;. NM: additions & revision. 

© Louis Berrone; 22Aug67; DU69494. 
CHICAGO. See 

FIVE PLAYS. 

THE CHICKEN & THE EGG, a Paper Bag 
play for children to perform, story 
by Judith Martin, skit developed by 
present & former Paper Bag Players: 
Remy Charllp & others, music 
arranged by Daniel Jahn. Sheet. 
Appl. author: Paper Bag Players, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Paper Bag 
Players, Inc.; lSep66; DP65O3. 

CHICKElit HEART. See 
WONDERFULNESS . 

CHIEF ROMAN DEITIES (The Roman deities) 
By Violet Priestley. I3 1. A 
recording script. © Violet Priestley 
d.b.a. Library Filmstrlp Center; 

4oct67; ciggri. 

CHILD OF THE GHETTO; shooting script. 
Original story S: screenplay by 
William G. McDougald. 15 1. 
© William G. McDougald; 27Jul67; 
DU69291. 

CHILDREN RISING, by A. McHugh, pseud, 
of Arthur Francis Sullivan. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Arthur Francis 
Sullivan; lNov67; DU69978. 

CHILD'S NAME'S VERY OWN; sample script 
by Jone Allison (Jone Allison 
Mosman) Sheet. © Jone Allison; 
27 Jul 67; CI9718. 

THE CHIMES NEAR FRISCO BAY, an 

original story written % adapted for 
television by Edward G. Sallsberry. 
35 1. © Edward G. Sallsberry; 
29N0V67; DU7OI7O. 

CHORD OF MY SOUL, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Christopher Perreira. 30 1. 
® Christopher Perreira; 40ct67; 
DU69786. 

A CHRISMON TREE, by Janette Regner. 

17 1. A play In 3 acts. © Janette F. 
Regner; 17Jul67; DU6gi87 . 

THE CHRISTENING, an original play by 
Michael Carton. 74 1. 3 scenes. 
® Michael W. Carton; 31Aug67; DU6g521. 

THE CHRISTIAN, by Arthur Carol. 1 v. 
A play. © Arthur Carol; 2gAug67; 
DU6g604 . 

A CHRISTMAS EMERGENCY, by Eugene 

Viscione. Sheet. A script. © Eugene 
Vlscione; 21Sep67; DU69545 . 

THE CHRISTMAS GIFT; written by 

Garrison Richards, pseud, of Gary R. 
Belike, Lester Pritchard & Steven 
Hagel, completely rev. & including 
stage directions by Garrison 
Richards. 30 1. A play In 3 acts. 
© Gary R. Belike; 20ct67; DU69754 . 

A CHRISTMAS PRESENT, by John Tollln, 

Charlotte Laguaite & Richard Greene. 

2 V. A musical play In 3 acts. 

© John Tollln, Charlotte Laguaite & 

Richard Greene; 29Nov57; DU70184. 
CHRISTMAS, PRESENT, by William S. 

Dunkin. 1 v. A musical play. 

© William Scott Dunkin; 10Jul67; 

DU69132. 

CHRISTMAS SOLDIER, by R. G. Cumpsty- 
Cummings. Sheet. © Robert George 
Cumpsty-Cummlngs; 230ct67; C19984. 



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DRAMAS 



July — Dec. 



THE CHRISTMAS TRAIL, a Christmas pro- 
gram for the grades by Lois Gurske. 
Middleton, Wis., Modern Productions. 
24 p. With music. Appl. author: 
Modern Productions, Inc., employer. 
©Modern Productions, Inc.; 15Jul67; 
DP6460. 
CHRISTOPHER, by Clarence Morley. 

159 1. A play In 3 acts. ® Clarence 
Morley; 22Aug67; DU69lt69. 

CHURCH - MUSIC, a play by Thomas 
Conklln. 32 1. © Thomas Conklin; 
15Sep67; DU69614. 

THE CIGARETTE FIEND OR DAST YOU, BLADE 
DAGGERSHAW, a modern musical melo- 
drama in two acts; book Sc lyrics by 
Rainsford J. Winslow with good old 
fashioned American music of years 
ago. 45 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Rainsford James Winslow; 2Nov67; 
DU7OO33. 

CIRCLEl A play in one act by Tony 
Giordano. 57 1. © Tony Giordano; 
13Jul67; DU69150. 

A CIRCLE OF SQUARES; screenplay by 
Arthur Carter. 1st draft. 192 1. 
© Arthur P. Carter; 7Dec67; DU70282. 

CITY ON FIRE, by James M. Murray. 
61. A play. ® James M. Murray; 
250ct67; DU69924. 

CITY POLITIQUES, by John Crowne; 

edited by John Harold Wilson. Lin- 
coln, University of Nebraska Press. 
159 P- (Regents Restoration drama 
series) 5 acts. NM: revision, in- 
trod., notes. ©University of Ne- 
braska; l4Jul67; A929712. 

CLAP HAND, CLAP HANDS, 'TIL DADDY COMES 
HOME, a play in one act by Yvonne 
Young Tarr. 91 1- © Yvonne Young 
Tarr; 26Sep67; DU69743. 
CLARA, a three-act melodrama by 
Jerry L. Evans, pseud, of Laurence 
S. Liebson. 1 v. ® Jerry L. Evans; 
3Jul67; DU69094. 
THE CLASSICAL SPIRIT, by Henry William 
Griffin. 52 1- A play. © Henry 
William Griffin; 26Sep67; DU69740. 
CLAUDIUS: THE FALCONER, by John Igo. 
81 1. A play in 2 acts. © John N. 
Igo, Jr.; l8Dec67; DU70295 . 
A CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER, a new play 
by Larry Cohen. 1 v, 3 acts. 
© Larry Cohen; l8Dec67; DU70293. 
CLEOBIS AND BITO, a dance oratorio by 
Ronald Tavel. 11 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Ronald Tavel; llDec67; 
DU70241. 
THE CLIFF, a play in one act by Eric 
Forsythe. 42 1. © Eric Porsythe; 
120ct67; DU69846. 
CLINGING VINE. SS6 

TRAPS. 
CLOSED SOCIETY, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Earl Eaton. 3I 1. © Earl 
Eaton; 29Nov67; DU7OI78. 
CLUB PLAN, drama in two acts & eight 
scenes by Josi Lipton (Josephine L. 
Lipton) 90 1. © Josephine L. 
Lipton; 24Aug67; DU69479- 
THE CLUMSY WAITER, by Alan Morris. 
91. A play in 3 acts. © Alan 
Morris; 300ct67; DU59949. 

COBBLER, STICK TO THY LAST, a comedy 
in one act by Kay Hill. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 31 p. © Kay 
Hill; 2Aug67; DP6506. 

COBWEBS ON THE MOON, a play by John 
Lee Weldon. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© John Lee Weldon; 3Nov67; DU69996. 

COFFEE AND SOUR CREAM, written by 

the members of Teenage Action Group. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Robert 
Cecil Johnson, Jr. & Joseph Ozawa; 
15Sep67; DU69613. 



THE COLD SHOULDER, by Edward De Roo. 
29 1. A play. © Edward John 
De Roo; 230ct67; DU69884 . 

LA COLLECTION, suivi de L'AMANT et de 
LE GARDIEN, de Harold Pinter; tra- 
dult de 1' anglais par Eric Kahane. 
[Paris] Gallimard. I85 p. (Le Man- 
teau d'arleguin) ® Editions Galli- 
mard; 30May67; DFO-1559. 
THE COLLEGE SET, a musical play. 

Book, June Denny; music, John Trez; 
lyrics, Yolanda Torre & Vincent 
Parrini. 1 v. © John Trez & June 
Denny; 26Jul67; DU69277. 
COLOR DE NWESTRA PTEL. Sfte 

THE COLOR OF OUR SKIN. 
COLOR ME CONTEST, by Quality Bakers 
of America. Sheet. Radio script. 
© Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive, Inc.; 13Jun67; CI9877. 
THE COLOR OF OUR SKIN (El color de 
nuestra plel) By Celestino 
Gorostlza, translated by S. Samuel 
Trlfilo & Luis Soto-Rulz. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © S. Samuel 
Trlfilo & Luis Soto-Rulz; 26jul67; 
DU69338 . 

COME A LITTLE CLOSER; music by James 
C. Salat, lyrics by Betty D. Salat. 
1 V. 3 scenes. © Betty D. Salat 
& James C. Salat; 24Jul67; DU69265. 

COME BACK, GRANDPA, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Lallie Sharrieff. 32 1. © Lallie 
Sharrleff; 300ct67; DU69956. 

COME BE MY BABY, by Trelva Jean Reed. 

21 1. A screenplay in 2 acts. 

© Trelva Jean Reed; l60ct67; DU69836. 
COME, GENIUS, a play in two acts by 

Clyde Hembree. 46 1. Book S: lyrics 

only. © Clyde R. Hembree; 300ct67; 

DU6995I. 

COME QUICKLY, a play In one act by 
Ian Wallace. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 30 p. ® Ian Wallace; 
30ct67; DP6517. 
COME WITHIN MY HEART, by Kitty Keepers 
Voss. Program no. 2. 25 1. 
Radio & television program. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 22Jun67, 
CI9804. NM: additions. © Kitty 
Keepers Voss; 17Nov67; C20113. 

COME WITHIN MY HEART; radio 8c tele- 
vision show by Kitty Keepers Voss. 
15 1. 23 poems. © Kitty Keepers 
Voss; 8Aug67; C198o4. 

COMEDY AND TRAGEDY RECORD CONCLUDED, 
by Howard Bloom, I8 1. A raonolog. 
© Howard Bloom; 2Nov67; C20027. 

COMING OF AGE IN TEXARKANA: libretto 
for a musical play in two acts by 
Charles Burr. 1 v. Suggested by 
the lives of Belle Starr & Judge 
Isaac Parker. © Charles Burr; 
21Sep67; DU 69774. 

THE COMING OF THE KING; Christmas 
pageant by Joseph Grifflng. 
14 1. 7 scenes. With music. 
© Joseph Grifflng; 20ct67; DU6973I. 

COMINGS AND GOINGS. See 

VIET ROCK, COMINGS AND GOINGS, KEEP 
TIGHTLY CLOSED IN A COOL DRY PLACE 
& THE GLOAMING, OH MY DARLING. 
COMMERCIAL. See 

THE POT SONG. 
COMMON PSYCHIATRIC SYNDROMES, by Roy 

W. Menninger. 7 1. © Roy W. 

Menninger; 6nov67; C20039. 
THE COMMONERS, a one act play by Mary 

Randle (Mary R. Mitchell) 23 1. 

® Mary R. Mitchell; 310ct67; 

DU6996O. 

COMMUNICATE FOR ACTION. 24 1. 

Recording script. © Eastmsn Kodak 
Co.; 4Deo67; C20098. 



THE COMPLETE POLITICIAN, a long play 
including fifteen scenes on the life 
& time of Abraham Lincoln by William 
L. Huganlr. 2 v. © William L. 
Huganir; 170ct67; DU6987O. 

A COMPLETE STRANGER, a play in one 
act by Gordon Law. 8 1. ® Gordon 
Clifton Law; 15Dec67; DU70289. 

COMPREHENSIVE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 
PLANNING, by David J. Field. 13 1. 
© Ewlng Miller Associates, Inc.; 
40ct67; C19955. 

THE CONCEPT, a play by the residents 
of Daytop Village. 34 1. 
10 scenes, Appl. author: Lawrence 
Sacharow. © Daytop Village, Inc; 
22Nov67; DU70119, 

A CONFUSION OF BOUNDARIES, a play in 
three acts by William Zenker. 
1 V. © William E. Zenker; 15Dec67; 
DU70271. 
CONNUBIAL RITES, a play in 5 varia- 
tions on a Roman theme by Heddy 
E. Rossi. 93 1. © Heddy E. Rossi; 
19Jun67; DU69085. 
CONSOLE UP, by William McMalns. 3 1. 
A recording script. © Pointer 
System, Inc.; 25Sep67; C19921. 
CONSUMMATION, See 

QUARTET , 
THE CONTEMPORARY FLESH, by Henry 
William Griffin. 41 1. A play. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Proud 
flesh, 13Sep67, DU6959I. NM: addi- 
tion. © Henry William Griffin; 
25Sep67; DU69681. 
CONTINENTAL CONCERT, produced by 
Franz A. Blattler. Program 1-5. 
1 V. Radio scripts. © Franz A. 
Blattler; 28Aug67; C19844. 
CONVERSATION AT MJVMRE, a one-act play 
by S. F. Chyet. 9 1. © Stanley F. 
Chyet; l8Dec67; DU70372. 

THE COOK, by Junior Samples & Clif 
Williamson. Sheet. © Peach Music; 
28Aug67; CI9854. 

THE COOK HAS HER DAY; recording script 
for the Admiral Corp. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 15 1- © Admiral 
Corp.; l8Sep67; CI9883. 

A CORNER OF THE BED, by Allan Jack 
Lewis. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© Allan Jack Lewis; 20Jul67; 
DU69229. 

CORPORALS COURAGEOUS, by Woody Eney 
(Harry Elwood Eney III). 107 1. 
A play in 2 acts. ® Woody Eney; 
21Aug67; DU69443. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED CASSEOPIA; Jan. 5, 1966, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
15 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
7Aug67; CI9794. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED CYCLOPEA; Jan. 1, I966, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
14 1. ® Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
7Aug67; CI9776. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Nov. 4, 19^5, Santa 
Fe, N.M. Recording script. I3 1- 
® Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 7Aug67; 
CI978I. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Dec. 20, 1965, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
7Aug67; CI9783. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF LIBERTY; 
Jan. 7, 1966, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 13 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 7 Aug 67 ; C19796. 



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109 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LADY MASTER NADA; Dec. 26, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
12 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
7Aug67; CI9789. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LORD MAHA CHOHAN; Dec. 50, 
1965 J Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

13 1. ® Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
7Aug67; CI979I. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS THE CHRIST; 
May 27, 1965, Santa Fe, N.M. Re- 
cording script. 13 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 7Aug67; 
CI9779. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MESSENGER NO.l FROM THE 
SECRET LOVE STAR; Jan. 2, I966, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
15 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
7Aug67; 019792. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY ASTREA; Jan. 5, 
1966, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 16 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 7Aug67; C19793. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY ELOHIM OF PEACE; 
Nov. 1, 1965, Santa Fe, N.M. Re- 
cording script. 1^ 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 7Aug67; 
CI978O. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY HERCULES; Dec. 22, 
1965j Chicago, 111. Recording script. 

14 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
7Aug67; CI9785. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED PRECIOUS MARY; Dec. 24, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
12 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
7Aug67; CI9787. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; Dec. 19, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
15 1. ® Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
7Aug67; C19782. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; Dec. 23, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
13 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
7Aug67; C19786. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED BELOVED ELOHIM OF PURITY; 
May 26, 1965, Santa Fe, N.M. Re- 
cording script. 14 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 7Aug67; C19778. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED GODDESS OF JUSTICE; 
Aug. 16, 1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script. 15 1- © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 7Aug67 ; C19777. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED GODDESS OF JUSTICE; 
Jan. 6, 1966, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 14 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 7Aug67; C19795. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED VICTORY; Dec. 29, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
10 1. ® Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
7Aug67; CI9790. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY MASTER JESUS; Dec. 25, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
14 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
7Aug67; CI9788. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY SAHAT KUMARA; Dec. 21, 
1965, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
10 1. ® Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
7Aug67; C19784. 



THE COTTAGE CHEESE SOLDIERS, a play in 
one act by Edward Greenberg. 37 1. 
©Edward Greenberg; 22Aug67; DU69464 . 

THE COUNT OF LUXEMBOURG, an operetta 
in three acts by A. M. Wlllner 4 
R. Bodansky, music by Franz Lehar, 
translated S: adapted by Eric 
Maschwitz, music adapted & arr. by 
Bernard Grun. London, Glocken 
Verlag. 80 p. Libretto. Appl. 
states prev. reg. llFeb66, DU54933. 
yT ^jllJul67; DFI896. 

COUNTRY AGENT REPORT, by Don Bowman & 
Ray Kinnamon. 2 1. © Parody Pub. 
Co.; 3Jul67; CI9677. 

THE COURTESY NOT TO BLEED, a play by 
David E. Fisher. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© David E. Fisher; 15Sep67; DU69597. 

THE COURTSHIP OP MARY TODD, by 
Stephanie Jakus . 79 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Stephanie Jakus; 
29Dec67; DU70354. 

COURTSHIP OF MILES STANDISH. See 
PRISCILLA. 

THE COW PALACE, a play in one act by 
David Seiffer. 31 1. © David A. 
Seiffer; 19Jul67; DU69196. 

COWARD CALLING, an entertainment from 
the songs, poems, sketches & plays 
of Noel Coward; devised by Richard 
Gray & Mayo Loiseau (Mayo Loiseau 
Gray) 87 1. © Richard T. M. Gray 
& Mayo Loiseau; 250ct67; DU69879. 

COWBOYS AND COLORED PEOPLE, by Flip 
Wilson (Clerow Wilson) 1 v. 
12 monologs. © Jazz Theatre, Inc.; 
13Sep67; CI9873. 

THE CRACKER GOES TO CHURCH, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Opal Barrett. 31 1. 
© Opal Barrett; 24jul67; DU69255. 
CRAZY CAROLINE, -a comedy in two acts 
by Gaylord Meech. 1 v. © Gaylord T. 
Meech; 26Sep67; DU69745 . 

CRAZY PETER, a one-act comedy by John 
Verdon. 45 1. © John P. Verdon; 
14Sep67; DU696II. 

CREATOR OF CREATION RECORD, by 

Cyril Leopold Jones. 9 1. Script. 

® Cyril Leopold Jones; 7Dec67; 

C20124. 
CREDIT CARD, a one-act play by Peter 

Roussel. 34 1. Appl. states prev. 

reg. 3Sep64, DU6II02. NM: addition. 

® Peter Roussel; 17Jul57; DU59l86. 

CRESCENDO OF THE DRUMS, by Alta 
McDonnell & Penny Pick. 99 1. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. ® Alta M. McDonnell 
& Penny Pick; 17Jul67; DU69337. 

CRIME IN ORANGOUTANGA. See 

MONKEY-SHINES . 
THE CROAK FAMILY, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 

Ralph Allison Wagner. 3I 1. 

© Ralph Allison Wagner; 40ct67; 

DU69785 . 

A CROSS FOR MACLOVIO, a play In two 
acts by Rodolfo Gonzales. 47 1. 
© Rodolfo Gonzales; 31Aug67; DU69522. 

THE CROSSMAKER, a one-act Lenten play 
by Earl P. Lewin. Boston, Baker's 
Play. 16 p. Appl. author: Walter H. 
Baker Co., employer for hire. 
©Walter H. Baker Co.; 170ct67; 
DP65IO. 

CROWN OF STARS, a play by Matthew 
Jones, pseud, of J. F. Adkins. 
94 1. 3 acts. © J. F. Adkins; 
50ct67; DU69800. 

THE CRUCIBLE. See 

LECTURES ON DRAMATIC LITERATURE IN 
THE CLASSROOM. 



CRUSADE FOR CEEO. See 

POST MERIDIAN. 
CRY OF THE CRANE, an original screen- 
play by Bruce Kelsay. 1 v. 
© Bruce Kelsay; 230ct67; DU69898. 
CRY, SISTER, CRYl An original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Ernest Gibbons. 33 1 . © Ernest 
Gibbons; 21Sep67; DU59647. 

CRYSTAL, by Carol Montana, Sharon 
Porter & Karen Porter. 21 1. 
A play. © Carol Montana, Karen & 
Sharon Porter; 20Nov67; DU700g3. 

THE CUPID CAPER, a new musical play by 
Norman Dorff & Barbara Carlson. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Norman Dorff S: 
Barbara Carlson; 3Nov67; DU69997. 

CUPID IS A BUM IS A BUM IS A BUM, a 

fantasy in one act by John Klrkpatrick. 
London, S. French. 32 p. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 19Jun67; DP6481. 

THE CURSE OF THE SAN BIAS; or. Fade 
Morgan. By Jerry L. Evans, pseud. 
Laurence S. Llebson. 120 1. 
A screenplay. © Jerry L. Evans; 
14Sep67; DU69609. 



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DADDY SUGAR, 120-min. motion picture 
script as written by Walter Sturdi- 
vant & Sam Wilhoit. 9I 1. Based on 
a story by John Barlett & Sam Wil- 
hoit. ©Avenue Pub. Co.; 26Dec67; 
DU70364. 

DAMES, INCORPORATED, a three act 

comedy by Jerry L. Evans, pseud, of 

Laurence 3. Liebson, Sr. 1 v. 

© Jerry L. Evans; 21Nov67; DU70102. 

DANCE NO MORE, MY LADY, a gentle 
comedy with a few sad moments in 
three acts by B. S. Beroovicl. 1 v. 
© B. S. Bercovlci; llSep67; DU69573. 

THE DANCE OP THE FLOWER, a play by 
Mike Major (Michael Major) 43 1. 
© Michael J. Major; 7Nov67; DU70022. 

DARK NIGHT OF THE SOUL, a play by 
Joseph Eppert, pseud, of Joseph 
Epollto. 1 V. 2 parts. © Joseph 
Eppert; I60ct67; DU69919. 

THE DARK SHORE, a play in three acts 
by H. Philip Minis. 1 v. © H. Philip 
Minis; 8Dec67; DU70235. 
THE DAUGHTER OP A TRAVELLING LADY, a 
one act play in two scenes by Peter 
Dee. 20 1. © Peter Dee; 22Dec67; 
DU7O349. 

DAVID, a one scene play by Lonnie 
Carter. 3 1. © Lonnie Carter; 
12Sep67; DU6958I. 

DAVY, a musical melodrama; book, 
lyrics, music by Richard Addesso. 
1 V. Based on Davy Crockett, by 
Frank Murdock. © Richard Addesso; 
l4Jul67; DU6916I. 

DAVY CROCKETT. See 
DAVY. 

THE DAY, an original play in two acts 
by Lorraine M. Pinta. 1 v. 
© Lorraine M. Pinta; 9Nov67; DU70040. 

A DAY IN OUR ROOM, by John Stewart. 
Sheet. © SPO Music, Inc.; 13Sep67; 
CI9857 . > ^ y I , 

A DAY IN THE IGLOO, a comedy by Jack 
Slegel. 1 V. 3 acts. © Jack 
Slegel; 12Jul67; DU69146. 

THE DAY RAZEL LAUGHED, a one-act play 
for children by Rebecca L. Miller. 
18 1. © Rebecca Louise Miller; 
22Aug67; DU69466. 
DECEIVED, BUT I FORGAVE, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Hazel Lusso. 31 1. 
© Hazel Lusso; 24nov67; DU70126. 



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DEEDLE, DEEDLE DUMPLING, MY SON GOD, 
a play In two acts by Brian MoKlnney. 
1 V. © Brian McKinney; lSep67; 
DU69525 . 

THE DEEP PAST, an original story 
written 8: adapted for television 
by Carol McVay. 1*8 1. © Carol 
McVay; 13Nov67; DU700'(8. 

DEMONSTRATE AND SELL; recording script 
for the J. I. Case Co. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 22 1. © J. I. Case 
Co.; l8Sep67; C19884 . 

THE DENIAL, by Louise Morgan, pseud, 
of Louise Stlernberg. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17Feb6i( , DU59553. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Louise 
Morgan; 20Sep67; DU69620. 
DENNY AND THE MARTIANS, a one-act play 
for children by Charles Louis Scctt. 
20 1. © Charles Louis Scott; 
5Sep67; DU69556. 

LE DENONCIATION; piece en deux parties 
par Alain Splraux, pseud, de Maurice 
Szplro. 1 V. © Alain Splraux; 
l80ct67; DU69902. 

DES ESELS SCHATTEN; Komodle In sechs 
Blldern von Richard Strauss. Nach 
Christoph Martin Wielands Roman Die 
Abderlten, von Hans Adler; eingerlch- 
tet von P. Stephan Schaller. Instru- 
mentlert & erganzt von Karl Haussner, 
Klavlerauszug von Karl Haussner. 
London, Boosey & Hawkes. 52 p. Li- 
bretto. © Boosey & Hawkes Music Pub- 
lishers, Ltd.; 22May67; DFO-1557. 
DESCRIPTION OF INTERNATIONAL MOBILE 
SYSTEMS, CEMETERY CLEANING PROGRAM, 
by J. Paul LeBlond. Sheet. 
© J. Paul LeBlond; l8jul67; 
CI9696. 
DESTINATION, DREAMLAND; a.k.a. Bedtime 
stories and songs. By Rosemary Rice 
with original songs by Richard Wolfe 
& Rosemary Rice. 1 v. Recording 
script. Book & lyrics only. © Bay- 
berry Music, Inc.; 2l*Aug67; DU59633. 

DEVELOPING BODY SPACE PERCEPTION MOTOR 
SKILLS: ALBUM 3, by Selma Greenberg 
& Anita Gurlan. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Classroom Materials Co.; 
7Deo67; C2OIO3. 

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE METROPOLITAN 
SHOPPING TOWER CONCEPT, a marketing 
life-saver for drowning downtowns 
by Adolph S. Butkys . 16 1. 
© Adolph S. Butkys; 8Nov67; C20064. 
THE DEVIL BABY, a play In one act by 
Ruth M. Davis 8c Marlon Y. Baker. 
28 1. © Marlon Y. Baker Sc Ruth M. 
Davis; 13Dec67; DU7O346. 
THE DEVIL OF THE SECOND STAIRS, a drama 
In two acts by George Herman. 
London, S. French. 57 P- 
© Samuel French, Inc.; 20Jun67; 
DP6478. 
THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE, by Bernard Shaw; 
Illustrated by Leonard Everett 
Fisher. New York, F. Watts. 105 p. 
© on lllus.; Franklin Watts, Inc.; 
28JUI67; A932417. 
THE DIABOLICAL BLOTT: A LONG HAIR'S 
FRIGHT, by Bill Minkln (William 
Minkln) & Martin Scorsese. 13 1. 
Screenplay. © William Minkin & 
Martin Scorsese; 15Aug67; DU69415. 
THE DIABOLICAL BLOTT: LAWRENCE OF 
SUBURBIA, by Bill Minkin (William 
Minkln) 8: Martin Scorsese. 1 v. 
Screenplay. © William Minkin & 
Martin Scorsese; 15Aug67; DU694l4. 

DIANE ET LA TUBA. See 

THEATRE. 
DIARY OF A STEPFATHER, by Bob Kelljan, 

pseud, of Robert Kelljchian. II5 1. 

A screenplay. ® Bob Kelljan; 

190c t67; DU69889. 



DIARY OF ADAM AND EVE. See 

THE APPLE TREE. 
DICK TRACY, a musical comedy in two 

acts by Tony Piano Sc Michael 

Colloohlo. 1 V. Book & lyrics only. 

© Michael R. Colicchlo Sc Tony 

Piano; l60ot67; DU69833. 

DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT, by Mar- 
cla Weston, pseud, of Martha Weisman. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Martha Weisman; 25Sep67; DU69723 ■ 

DINDON. See 
THE LOSER. 

DINNER ABOARD WITH FRIENDS, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by L. M. Scott, Jr. 45 1. 
© L. M. Scott, Jr.; 19Deo67; 
DU70312. 

DINNER FOR SIX. a clay in three acts 
written by Lois Dee. 40 p. 
© Lois C. Dee; 3Aug67; DU69323. 
DION; hlstorlsche Komodle in zwel 
Akten von Leonid Sorln. Hamburg. 
Sikorskl. 56 1. Aus dem Russischen 
von Ingeborg Gampert. © Biihnen- 
& Muslkverlage Dr. Sikorski, K.G.; 
31Jul67; AFO-51860. 
DIGS ES EL QUE GOBIERNA, NO LA CASUALI- 
DAB (God, not chance) Conferencla 
sobre la Ciencia Cristiana por 
Norman B. Holmes. 21 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 12Augb5 , C17904 . 
NM: Spanish translation. © Norman 
B. Holmes; 26Jun67; C19669. 
DISCOTHEQUE, by Robert E. Young. 4 1. 
A play. © Robert E. Young.; 20ot67; 
DU69753. 
DISCOVERY ON WALL STREET; TV script, 
a one hour play by Cecil C. Mets, 
pseud, of Cecile C. Metzger. 73 1. 
© Cecile C. Metzger; 28Nov67; 
DU70145 . 
DISCOVERY THAT MEETS THfi WE£t)S dP 
TODAY. See 
EEN ONTDEKKING, DIE IN DE BEHOEPTEN 

VAN DEZE TIJD VOORZIET. 
EN OPDAGELSE, DER DAEKKER VOR TIDS 
BEHOV. 

DISCRIMINATION IN MARS, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by George Bahar. 30 1. 
© George Bahar; l8Aug67; DU69446. 
A DISCUSSION STARTER ON VIETNAM, IVS, 
by Margaret L. D. Hatch. 9 1. 
A play. © Margaret L. D. Hatch; 
5Deo67; DU70207. 
THE DISENCHANTMENT OF LERNA, by Ann 
Parvaresh (Annette Parvaresh) 59 1- 
A play in 2 acts. © Annette Parva- 
resh; 24Jul67; DU69242. 

THE DISMISSAL OF HAI JUl, by Bede 
Press & Bede Records, Inc. 58 1. 
A play in 9 acts. © Bede Press & 
Bede Records, Inc.; 40ct67; DU69881. 

THE DISORDERLY HOUSE, by Junior Samples 
& Cllf Williamson. Sheet. © Peach 
Music; 28Aug67; CI9853. 
DISPOSSESSED. See 

FORCE MAJEURE, THE DISPOSSESSED, 
HASTA LUEGO. 
DISQUES DE DICTEES STENOGRAPHIQUES; 
prepares par Soeur Marie Ernestine. 
1 v. Recording script. © McGraw- 
Hill Co. of Canada, Ltd.; 21Aug67; 
CI9944. 
DISSERTATION UPON ROAST PIG' Se6 

ROAST PIG. 
DITTO, an echo play In one act by 
Vincent Williams. 19 1- 
© Vincent Williams; 28Aug67; 
DU69499. 
DIVORCE MEl By Jerome A. Kopf. 55 !• 
A play in 3 acts. © Jerome A. Kopf; 
31Jul67; DU69305. 
EMITRII, by James Pender, 40 1. A play 
in 3 acta. © James Dale Pender; 
5Sep67; DU69534. 



DO US PART? A new comedy by John 
Fearnley. 1 v. © John Fearnley; 
7Deo67; DU70227. 
LOS DOBLES; fragmento dramatlco en 
tres actos, el segundo dlvidio en 
ouatro cuadros; original de F. G. 
Aller. 1 V. © Faustino Gonzalez 
Aller; 26Sep67; DU69748. 
DOC'S PHILOSOPHY, by James E. Barnes. 
20 1. © James E. Barnes; 21Sep67; 
CI9918. 
DR. PONTI'S WONDERFUL COMPUTER; 
recording script for the Pontlac 
Motor Division by Jam Handy Organlza^ 
tion. 19 1. © Pontlac Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; l8Sep67; 
CI9909. 

DOG COMMERCIAL FOR MOUTHWASH, by L. K. 

Herczegfalul. Sheet. © Laslo de 

Khaen; 3Jul67; C 19705. 
THE DOG IT WAS, a play In three acts 

by Aldyth Morris. 1 v. © Aldyth 

Morris; 14Dec67; DU7O335. 

DOGGONE EDUCATION, a comedy in two 
acts by Janice Thorne Dixon. 98 1. 
© Janice Thorne Dixon; 21Deo67; 
DU7032I. 

DOI SONG VO UY (Life unafraid) A : 
lecture on Christian Science by I 
William Henry Alton. I5 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. llSep64, 
CI7062. NM: Vietnamese translation. 
© William Henry Alton; 29Sep67; 
0199^1. 
DOING OUR THING, a photoplay by Kathy 
Braun & Louis Vuolo. I06 1. 
© Louis Vuolo S: Kathy Braun; 190ct67; 
DU69849. ' 

THE DOLLS OF ZETTA, by J. Charles 
Delehanty. 110 1. Screenplay. 
© J. Charles Delehanty; 7Aug57; 
DU69355 • 
DOM JUAN. See 
MOLIERE . 

DON QUIXOTE IN BLUE JEANS, a fantasy 
by Benedict Jones, pseud, of Jacob 
Tullen. 109 1. 2 acts. © Jacob ■ 
Tullen; 28Aug67; DU69553. ! 

DON QUIXOTE OF LA MANCHA, by Arthur ' 
Fauquez; translation from the French 
by Margaret Leona, introd. by Orlin 
Corey. Anchorage, Ky., Anchorage 
Press. 96 p. Taken from the epic 
of Cervantes. Appl. author: Anchor- 
age Press, employer for hire. 
© Anchorage Press; 10Jan67; DP6425. 

DON QUIXOTE, U.S.A., a play in three 
acts, a full-length comedy by David ] 
Rogers. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
130 p. From the book by Richard 
Powell. ©Dramatic Pub. Co.; l8Sep6' 
DP6493. 
DONALD MORRISON, THE MEGANTIC OUTLAW, 
See 
THE MEGANTIC OUTLAW. 

DON'T BITE THE NEIGHBORS; By Val 
Topper, pseud, of Suzanne Goldberg. 
Episode no.l. 21 1. © Suzanne 
Goldberg; 3Aug67; DU69325 . 
DON'T DRINK THE WATER, by Woody Allen. 
New York, Random House. 112 p. 
2 acts. © Woody Allen; 120ct67; 
DP6548. 
DON'T GET MARRIED WE NEED YOUl By 
Albert D'Annibale. 1 v. A play in 

2 acts. ® Albert D'Annibale; 
4Aug67; DU69386. 

DON'T GO YESTERDAY, a screenplay by 
Rion Basile (Marion J. Baslle) 99 1. 
© Rion Baslle; 7Nov67; DU7OO23. 
DON'T SHOOT MABLE, IT'S YOUR HUSBAND, 
by Jerome Kilty. II6 1. A play In 

3 acts. © Jerome Kilty; 8Nov67; 
DU7OO29. 



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111 



DOROTHY AND RED, a new play by Henry S. 
Bloomgarden & Malcolm Wells. 

I V. 5 acts. © Henry S. Bloom- 
garden & Malcolm Wells; llAug67; 
DU69395 . 

DOS ARTISTAS DESOCUPADAS, por Kay 

Charles, pseud. 0-° Kathryn C. Weiss. 
25 1. A play. © Kathryn C. Weiss; 
20Nov67; DU70097. 
DOUBLE IN DIAMONDS, a comedy In two 
acts by Fred Carmlchael. London, 
S. French. 9** ?■ ® Samuel French, 
Inc.; 20Jun67; DP6476. 
DOUBLE 0, a new musical comedy in two 
acts by Don Marburger (Donald C. 
Marburger) & Lou Davies (Louis P. 
Davles) 1 v. © Louis F. Davies 8c 
Donald C. Marburger; 2Aug67; 
DU69522 . 

DOUBLE TROUBLE: comedy by Valerian 
Smith, pseud, of Agnes T. Morrissey. 
10 1. 7 scenes. ©Agnes T. Mor- 
rissey; 17Aug67; DV69t35- 

DOUG AND THE MOUNTAIN DEMONS, an 

original fantasy for children by Max- 
ine Hart. 59 1. 2 acts. © Maxine 
Hart; 25Jul67; DF651(3. 

DOWN BOWLER'S LANE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
A. Jay Krider. 50 1. © A. Jay 
Krider; 21Sep67; DU6965lt . 

THE DRAGON'S SILVER TAIL, by Bobbye 
Russell Durrett (Mrs. R. E. Durrett, 
Jr.) 19 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Bobbye Russell Durrett; 6jul67; 
DU 69118. 

DRAMAS FROM THE AMERICAN THEATRE, 
1762-1909; edited with introductory 
essays by Richard Moody. Cleveland, 
World Pub. Co. 875 p. (New world 
literature series, v.l) ® Richard 
Moody; 200ct66; A935587. 

DRATl THE CAT! A new musical comedy; 
book & lyrics by Ira Levin, music by 
Milton Schafer. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Ira Levin; 19Jul67; DU69201. 

DREAM GIRL. See 

SKYSCRAPER. 
A DREAM OF HAWAII, an original story 

written & adapted for television 

by Raymond Ellis. 31 1- © Raymond 

Ellis; l8Aug67; DU69t't8. 

DREAMER ON THE SHORE. See 

KUUSOOKA YUSE NAMI. 
THE DREAMWORK, by Sheila Coutts Sofian. 

II 1. A play. © Sheila Coutts 
Sofian; 50ct67; DU69796. 

DRINK DEEP OR TASTE NOT, a comedy by 
Richard H. B. Boyd. 1 v. J acts. 
© Richard Howard Benton Boyd; 
6Dec67; DU70223. 
LE DUEL; d'apres Tchekov, adaptation de 
Andre Barsacq & Georges Couturier, 
pseud, de Georges Nordel. 139 1. 
12 tableaux. © Andre Barsacq & 
Georges Couturier; 27Jun67; DU59091. 

A DUEL NEAR THE PARK. See 
THREE ONE -ACT PLAYS. 

DUST TO DUST; one act play by Janice 
Dixon. 19 1. © Janice Thorne 
Dixon; 26Dec67; DU70375. 

THE DWARFED SEPULCHER, a cryptic, comic 
fairy-tale in eight scenes by John 
Albo. lHh 1. © John Albo; 26Sep67; 
DU69698. 

DYING IN LIVING COLOR. 2 sheets. 
© Lundberg, Thompson & Associates, 
Inc.; 3Aug67; 01977"*. 

DYNAMICS OF SPEED READING, by B. Mark 
Schoenberg. 1 v. © B. Mark Schoen- 
berg; 12Jul67; C19704. 
THE DYNARCHS OF MEGADYNE, by Robert A. 
Parsons. 90 1. A play in 5 acts with 
music. ©Robert A. Parsons; 13Jul67; 
DU69152. 



E 



E PLUKIBUS UNUM, a mime £or four 
actors by Sheila Coutts Sofian. 
5 1. © Sheila Coutts Sofian; 
50ct67; DU69799. 
EACH ONE HAS HIS BURDENS, gee 

HATMAN. 
EAGLE BOY, a play in three acts by 

Alan Marshall (Russell Alan Marshall) 
114 1. © Russell Alan Marshall; 
25Sep67; DU69687. 
EAGLE WITH CLAY FEET, a drama by 
Justus E. Wyman. 142 1. 3 acts. 
© Justus E. Wyman; lNov67; DU69932. 

THE EAGLET, by Robert Weinsteln. 

172 1. A play. © Robert Weinsteln; 
IOJUI67; DU69216. 
EARBEHDER MONOLOGUE, by Lou Rawls. 
Folder. © Rawlou Music (In notice; 
Rawlou Music Co.); 10Jul67; C19684 . 

ECCE HOMO, a one-act play by Charles 
Hamlin. 28 1. © Charles E. Hamlin; 
23Aug67; DU69475. 

ECHO OF A LEGEND, by Neil Di Lorenzo. 
1 v. A play. © Weil Di Lorenzo; 
26Dec67; DU70373. 
ECHOES IN THE CORRIDOR, a play In three 
acts by Richard A. Dotterer. 7S 1. 
© Richard A. Dotterer; 31Jul67; 
DU69376 . 
ECLIPSE, a one-act play written by 
Roberta Schottland. 36 1. From 
the short story. Nightfall, by 
Isaac Asimov. © Roberta Schottland; 
17Aug67; DU69438. 

ECONOMICS AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST, 
a series of television lectures on 
economics by Richard T. Gill. 1 v. 
© Richard T. Gill; 230ot67; C19981. 

EDEN SKIDOO, an apocalyptic farce 

musical, book & lyrics by Bob Rosen- 
blum (Robert Jay Rosenblum) & 
Howard Schuman, music by Bob Rosen- 
blum. 1 V. 2 acts. © Robert Jay 
Rosenblum & Howard Schuman; 15Jul67; 
DU69221. 

EDUCATION MANQUEE. See 
AN INCOMPLETE EDUCATION. 

EDWAFU3 VIII, a continuous action play In 
thirty-one short scenes by Gordon V. 
Axon. 81 1. © Gordon Vose Axon; 
lDec67; DU70197. 
EFFECTIVE LISTENING FIMSCRIPT. 1 v. 
©Xerox Corp.; lAug67; C19775- 

THE EIGHT DOLLAR WITCH; puppet play by 
Carol Nave & D. P. Nave. 9 1. 
© Delbert P. Nave & Carol Mary Nave; 
3Jul67; DU69099. 

EIGHT PLAYS FROM OFF-OFF BROADWAY; 
edited by Nick Orzel (Richard Lee 
Orzel) & Michael Smith, with an 
introd. by Michael Smith. Indianapo- 
lis, Bobbs-Merrill. 280 p. NM: 
compilation, introd. & additions. 
© Michael Smith & Nick Orzel; 
l6Dec66; A925051. 
ELDORADO; or. Haste to riches. By 
Frances L. Bardacke. 1 v. A play. 
© Frances L. Bardacke; 6Nov67; 
DU7OO65 . 
THE ELECTRONIC REVOLUTION; prepared for 
Deere & Co. by Wilding. Writer: 
John Davenport. 21 1. Script. 
© Wilding, Inc.; 31Jul67; C19756. 
ELEGANCE IN ACTION, PONTIAC '67; 
recording script for Pontiac Motor 
Division. 16 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © PDntlac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
IOJUI67; CI973I. 
THE ELEMENTS OF MUSIC AND DANCE FCR 
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN, by 
Eloise Greenfield. 3 sheets. 
© Eloise Glynn Greenfield; 2Nov67; 
020025. 



ELFIN GIRL. See 
THUMBELINA. 

ELSA AND THE HOUSE FAIRY, by George 
Dear. 51 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© George Dear; 15Aug67; DU69411. 
EMERALDS FROM THE GREEN HELL. See 

BETRAYED. 
THE EMILY SUTTON STORY, a screenplay 
by Eva Lachman. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © Eva Lachman; 27Sep67; 

DU69721- 
EMIT, CONDENSED VERSION, a series of 
lessons designed to stimulate, 
educate, inform for economic & social 
improvement by Edytha Norman (Edytha 
Fern Schaefer) 1 v. 12 lessons. 
© Edytha Fern Schaefer; llDec67; 
C20131. 
THE ENCHANTED LADY AND THE KNIGHT, 
a medieval romance by Sarah E. 
Stevenson. 1 v. 2 acts. © Sarah 
E. Stevenson; 120ct67; DU69804. 
THE ENCHANTED SPRING, part II: Tiana 
and the the Isle of the Dead, by 
Dennis Starin. 2 v. With music. 
Appl. states prev. reg. NM: ad- 
ditions. ©Dennis Starin; llApr67; 
C 197 02. 
ENCOUNTER. See 

QUARTET . 
ENCOUNTERS; 6 one-act plays by Leonard 
Melfi. New York, Random House. 
206 p. © Leonard Melfi; 31Aug67; 
DP65ltl. 
THE END, an original screenplay by 
Terry Noel, pseud, of Terry Pichoske, 
& Bobby Mikels, pseud, of Robert 
Lawrence Weber. I3 1. 13 scenes. 
© Robert Lawrence Weber S: Terry 
Pichoske; 6Dec67; DU70323. 
END OF THE LINE, by Jack Osborne (John 
R. Osborne) 3I 1. A play. © John 
R. Osborne; 170ct67; DU69869. 
THE END OF THE WORLD; or. Fragments from 
a work in progress. A play by Keith 
Neilson. 1 v. 3 acts. © Keith 
Neils on; 17Aug67; DU69596. 
ENDICOTT. See 

THE NEW ENGLAND TRAGEDIES. 
ENGINEERED FOR SPORTS ACTION; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division. 
12 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy Orga- 
nization. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 300ct67; 
C20012. 
ENOUGH IS AS GOOD AS A FEAST. See 

THE LONGER THOU LIVEST & ENOUGH IS AS 
GOOD AS A FEAST. 
ENROUTE, by Barry Dlnerman. 10 1. 
A play. ©Barry Dlnerman; 5Sep67; 
DU69528. 
EKTFtJHRUKG AUS DEM SERAIL. See 

ABDUCTION FROM THE SERAGLIO. 
THE ENTIRE BODY OF WESTERN THOUGHT: 

A MELODRAMA, a play by T. V. Figenshu. 
1 V. 7 scenes. © Thomas V. Figenshu; 
5Dec67; DU70218. 
ENTRE DOS AM.ORES (Between two loves) 
Adaptaoion y llbreto de Frank 
Saladln. 95 1- Basado en la 
novela del mlsmo nombre de Jose 
Antonio Perez. © Frank Saladln; 
240ct67; DU69968. 
EPIDICUS, by Titus Macclus Plautus, 
translated by Benny R. Reeoe. 
Greenville, S.C, Furman University. 
58 p. 5 acts. © Benny R. Reeoe; 
15Nov57; A951835. 
EPITAPH FOR AN AFRICAN CHRISTMAS, a play 
in three acts by Carolyn Swetland. 
103 1. © Carolyn Swetland; 5Sep67; 
DU69546. 

ERASMUS MONTANUS; or. The student who 
learned a lesson from the power 
structure, and got his draft defer- 
ment. By Ludvlg Holberg. English 
version by Donald Osterbrock. 80 1. 
A play in 4 acts. © Donald E. 
Osterbrock; 5Sep57; DU59535. 



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DRAMAS 



July — Dec, 



THE ESCALATOR, a play in three acts 
by John Eaton. 32 1. © Black Arts 
Theater & John Eaton; 12Dec57; 
DU70362. 
ESCLAVE. See 

LE METRO PANTOME. 
ESKIMOS OF ST. LAWRENCE ISLAND; record- 
ing script for the Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 1 V. 3 parts. © Jam Handy 
Organization; 29Nov67; C2008l. 
ESTABLISHING AN ITEM AS A FIRST JOltE IN 
HUMOR AT THE SCIENTIFIC LEGS OF PHAROS 
IN ITS LUNAR DESIGNATION, by John R. 
Cadwallader. Sheet. A lecture. 
© John Reece Cadwallader; 22Aug67; 
CI983O. 
ESTEBAN, an operatic play in lb scenes 
by Fred Myers. 62 1. Book Sc lyrics 
only. © Fred Myers; I3N0V67; 
DU7OIO3. 
ETERNAL BOURGEOIS. See 

METHUSALEM. 
ETUDES FOR DREAMERS, a musical play by 
Thomas Roy Peyton from his book Quest 
for dignity. 53 1. 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. ® Thomas Roy Peyton; 
24oct67; DU69719. 
EUROPA'S MOTHER, a play of myth & 
reality by David Mazer. 46 1. 
3 acts. © David Mazer; 250ct67; 
DU69925 . 

EURYDICE HISSED. See 

THE HISTORICAL REGISTER FOR THE YEAR 
1736, & EURYDICE HI.SRKri. 
THE EVANGELIST, by Crane Johnson. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Crane 
Johnson; 300ct67; DU69950. 

EVENING RAGA, a play in one act by 
Josef Bush. 14 1. © Josef Bush; 
5Dec67; DU70213. 
AN EVENING'S JOURNEY TO CONWAY, MASSA- 
CHUSETTS, an outdoor play written 
for the bicentennial of the Town of 
Conway by Archibald MacLeish. 20 p. 
© Archibald MacLeish; 110ct67; 
DU69897 . 
EVERYBODY'S GIRL, a comedy in three 
acts by John Patrick. 1 v. 
© John Patrick; 230ct67; DU69910. 
THE EVIDENCE GANG, an original screen- 
play by David Norrls Brenner. 99 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg . 8Mar55, 
DU55212. NM: addition & revision. 
© David Norris Brenner; 22ALig67; 
DU69U67. 
EXCELLENCE IN ACTION, PONTIAC '67; 
recording script for Pontiac Motor 
Division. 12 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. ® Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 10 Jul 6?; C19726. 

EXCELLENCE IN ACTION, PONTIAC '67; 

recording script for Pontiac Motor 

Division. 14 1. Appl. author: 

Jam Handy Organization. © Pontiac 

Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 

10Jul67; C19727. 
THE EXCHANGE PROGRAM, a play in two 

acts by Francis Napier. 1 v. 

© Francis Napier; 5Deo67; DU70210. 
THE EXECUTIVE AND HIS FAMILY, by 

Arthur Mandelbaum. 12 1. A talk. 

® Arthur Mandelbaum; 6Nov67; 

C2OO36. 
EXECUTIVE PROBLEMS, by Harry Le\-inson. 

91. A talk. © Harry Levinson; 

6Nov67; C 20041. 
EXECUTIVE PROBLEMS, by John A. Turner. 
71. ® John A. Turner; 300c t67; 
CI9998. 

THE EXPEDITER, a play in three acts by 
Edward Carlisle Gilmore. 99 1. 
© Edward Carlisle Gilmore; 5Sep67; 
DU69544 . 

THE EXPLOITERS; story Sc screenplay by 
Elizabeth McCormick. 123 1- 
© Elizabeth MoCormlck; 31Aug67; 
DU69524 . 



EXPOSITORY PROSE, a series of tele- 
vision lectures on expository writing 
by Shaun O'Connell. 1 v. ® Shaun 
O'Connell; 230ot67; C19991. 

EXTRAPOLATION, by Mack Travis. 

13 1. A play. © Mack A. Travis; 
40ct67; DU6979O. 



F 



THE FABRIC MASTER CONTROL SYSTEM; re- 
cording script for Sears, Roebuck & 
Co. 81. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Organization. ® Sears, Roebuck & 
Co.; 300ct67; C20014. 

THE FACE OP WHITEY, a one-act play by 
Mildred E. Danforth. 11 1. 
© Mildred E. Danforth; 29Nov67; 
DU7OI69 . 

FADE MORGAN. See 

THE CURSE OF THE SAN BLAS. 

THE FAINT LIGHTS FLICKER, by Robert 
Earl Seibert. 10 1. A play. 
© Robert E. Seibert; 28Dec67; 
DU70384 . 

FAIR AT RICHMOND. See 
MARTHA. 

FAMILY ALBUM; recording script for the 
Dow Corning Corp. Rev. Oct. 25, 
1966. 9 1. Appl. author: Jam 
Handy Organization. © Dow Corning 
Corp.; IOJUI67; C19732. 
FAMOUS COMPOSERS AND THEIR MUSIC; 6 parts 
Recording scripts for the Jam Handy 
Organization. 1 v. © Jam Handy 
Organization; 3Jul67; C19673. 
A FANTASY OF LOVE IN BALLET; satirical 
comedy in pantomime by Joseph H. 
Schwartz. 1 v. 3 acts. © Joseph 
H. Schwartz; 3Jul67; DU69092. 

LA FARCE DU CUVIER. See 

TROIS PIECES MEDIEVALES. 
THE FARCE OF SCAPIN (Les fourberies de 

Soapln) By Moliere; translated by 

Paul R. Weidner. 74 1. 2 acts. 

© Paul R. Weidner; 90ct67; DU69738. 

THE FASHION INDUSTRY PAYS TRIBUTE TO 
THE UNITED NATIONS, by World of 
Fashion. 10 1. © World of Fashion, 
Inc.; 15May67; C19710. 

FASHION-ATION, a musical play in two 
acts; book & lyrics by Sherry Baker 
(Shirley Baker) 47 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Shirley Baker; 
22Aug67; DU69483. 

PAST GUNS, by Robert H. Wilson. 10 1. 
A play. ® Robert H. Wilson; 
26jul67; DU69275. 
FATAL NATIVITY, by Albert Devereaux. 
29 1. A play. © Albert Devereaux; 
29Sep67; DU69713. 

FATE IS THE TRAGIC STRANGER, an 

operetta in one act; book, music & 

lyrics by Frank Wille. 1 v. 

© Frank Paul Wille; 27Sep67; DU69735 . 

FATHER TO THE MAN. See 
BRIT TWENTY-POUR. 

FATHER UXBRIDGE WANTS TO MARRY, a play 
by Frank Gagllano. 53 1. Includes 
music for 2 songs. ® Prank Gagllano; 
llAug67; DU6939O. 

FATHER WHO? By Richard B. Ohrn. 

72 1. A play in 4 acts. © Richard 
B. Ohrn & Nancy S. Ohrn; 19Jul67; 
DU69202 . 
FATHERS AT LARGE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mae Herrington. 31 1- ® Mae 
Herrlngton; 300ctfa7; DU69952. 
FATSO DUCK'S BIRTHDAY PARTY; adapted 
for film by Phyllis Fenn Cunningham. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. With 
music & lyrics to 1 song. © Phyllis 
Fenn Cunningham; 15Nov67 ; DU70261. 



FATTY AT THE BOILERS, a play in III 
parts by Gary Bynum. 1 v. Gary 
Bynum; 5Jul67; DU69109. 
FAVORITE VACATION #5: CHRISTMAS IN 
ST. CROIX; teleplay by L. M. Landon. 
47 1. © L. M. Landon (Joan Lorna 
Marie Brown Landon); lNov67; DU69977. 
THE FEARED, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Marsha 
Phelps. 32 1. © Marsha Phelps; 
2OJUI67; DU69226. 
THE FELICITA STORY, a historical 
pageant in seven scenes written 
by Ben F. Sherman. 1 v. © Ben 
F. Sherman; 29Aug67; DU696OI. 
UNE FEMME A LOUER; comedie gaie en 
3 actes de Francois Campaux. 
138 1. © Francois Campaux; 
I8sep67; DU69677. 
FESTIN DE PIERRE. See 
MOLIERE. 

THE FESTIVAL SHAKESPEARE: TROLLUS AMD 
CRESSIDA; Bernard Beckerman & Joseph 
Papp, editors, with an essay on the 
direction of the play by Joseph Papp. 
New York, Macmillan. 212 p. (The 
New York Shakespeare Festival series) 
5 acts. NM: additions. © Macmillan 
Co.; 3IJUI67; A935562. 
FIDDLERS THREE, a play by David Ball. 
124 1. 3 acts. © David Ball; 
24Nov67; DU70130. 
THE FIFTH COMMANLMENT, a one-act play 
by Harry A. Squires. 24 1. 
® Harry A. Squires; 120ot67; DU69843. 
FIFTY BOOKS, by Pat (Major Tim) 
O'Mara (Timothy Joseph O'Mara) 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Pat 
(Major Tim) O'Mara; l80ct67; DU69886. 
FILL MY SILVER PLATTER, PLEASE, 
a sociodrama by David M. Polk. 
1 V. © David M. Polk; 30Aug67; 
DU69599 . 

THE FINAL BARRIER, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
B. Joe Turner. 30 1. © B. Joe 
Turner; 21Sep67; DU69663. 

FINALLY GRAY, a play In one act by Dev 
Il'sson, pseud, of Tom Harris Hill. 
1 V. © Tom Harris Hill; 4Dec67; 
DU70204 . 

A PINE CARVEN GLASS, by Robinson 

Stockham, pseud, of Linda J. Stock- 
ham. 131 1. Screenplay. ® Linda J. 
Stockham; 28Nov67; DU70144 . 

PINE FEATHERS, a musical play for 
children, music by Use Pohl, 
book & lyrics by Hilda Tutton. 1 v. 
© Hilda Burkholder Tutton & Use M. 
Pohl; 20ct67; DU69749. 

FINE FEATHERS, a one-act play by 

Mildred E. Danforth. 14 1. 

® Mildred E. Danforth; 5Sep67; 

DU69542 . 
THE FINGER OF GOD, an Indian romance by 

Charles Hayes Henry. 23 1. 2 acts. 

® Charles Hayes Henry; 28Aug67; 

DU69472. 

FIRE IN FLORENCE, by William Hoag. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © William 
Hoag; 24Jul67; DU69251. 
FIRE MOUNTAIN, a fairy tale fantasy 
by Dayle Crawferd. 54 1. 5 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Mrs. Dayle 
Crawferd; 15Sep67; DU69558. 
FIRE ON THE EARTH; written by James H. 
Warren. 59 1. A play in 2 parts. 
© James Herndon Warren; 22Nov67; 
DU70280. 
FIRES, a play by Gerald Hutchison. 
39 1. 2 acts. © Gerald Hutchison; 
60ct67; DU69813. 
THE FIRST CHRIS'TMAS TREE, a play by 
Mike Major (Michael J. Major) 
30 1. © Michael J. Major; 7Nov67; 
DU7OOI9 . 



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THE FIRST GENOCIDE, a play In four 
acts by H. H.Halg, pseud, of Mark D. 
Bedrossyan. New York, Vantage Press. 
77 p. © H. H. Halg; 31flug67; 
A9t6l53. 

A FISHING TRIP IN MUSICLAND, by Judith 
Ann Grossman. 4 1. (With Illustrated 
folder) © Judith Ann Grossman; 
5Jun67; CI9663. 

$500 DOLLAR BILL, by Gene M. Smith. 
'51. A dialogue. © Gene M. Smith; 
300ct67; C19999. 

THE 580 CONSTRUCTION KING; recording 
script for J. I. Case Co. 17 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© J. I. Case Co.; 10Jul67; C19733. 

550 WIMDROWER; recording script for 
J. I. Case Co. 7 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © J. I. 
Case Co.; 10Jul67; C19751. 

FIVE PLAYS, by Sara Shepard, pseud, of 
Samuel Shepard Rogers. Chicago % 
others. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrlll. 
170 p. MM: compilation. © Sam 
Shepard; 10Nov67; A951205. 

FIVE RIDERS FROM THE ROMAN THREE, by 
Stuart M. Harris. 80 1. A screen- 
play. © Stuart M. Harris; l'(Nov67; 
Dir70073. 
FIVE SPECIAL PLAYS FOR SPECIAL DAYS, 
by Frances B. Watts. Franklin, 
OhiOj Eldrldge Pub. Co. 59 p. 
© Eldrldge Pub. Co.; lSep67; DP6563. 
THE FLAG SPEAKS, by Williajn G. Chedester. 
3 1. Recitation. © William G. 
Chedester; 5Jul67; CI9708. 

FLAMES OF THE EDEN SWORD, a four act 
play by Addle J. K. Brown to be 
known as Jonathan Willard Woburn. 
83 1. © Addle J. K. Brown; 3Nov67; 
DU69999. 

THE FLEET PROFIT'S IN; recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division. 
11 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Organization. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
IOJUI67; CI9740. 

FLIGHTY FLOPITY, a play in 1 acts 

by Thelma Lantry. 1 v. Appl. 

states prev. reg. 31Mar67, DU68580. 

NM: editorial revision & arrangement. 

© Thelma Lantry; 20Nov67; DU70153. 
PUK-FLAK, by Judith A. Laws. 7 1. 

A play. © Judith A. Laws; 29Nov67; 

DU7OI85 . 

FLOOR PLANKING FOR GREATER PROFITS; 
recording script for Admiral Credit 
Corp. 7 1- Appl. author: Jam 
Handy Organization. ® Admiral Credit 
Corp.; IOJUI67; CI9730. 

FLOOR PLANNING FOR GREATER VOLUME; 
recording script for Admiral Credit 
Corp. 10 1. Appl. author: Jam 
Handy Organization. ® Admiral Credit 
Corp.; IOJUI67; C19729- 

THE FLOWER CHILDREN, by Caroline Hay 
8c Frank Brandt. 134 1. A screen- 
play. © Frank Brandt & Caroline 
Hay; lDeo67; DU70332. 

EIN FLUG UM DIE LAMPE HERUM; Dramatl- 
siert von Ludek Mandaus nach Skizzen 
& Ideen von fremder Hand. [Austria] 
Universal Edition. 44 p. ® Univer- 
sal Edition, A.G.; lJul66; DFI89I. 
THE FLYING DUTCHMAN, by Richard Wagner; 
translated by Donald H. Crosby. 
38 1. 3 acts. ©Donald H. Crosby; 
5Jul67; DU69165. 

FOAM ON THE FARM [prepared for] Deere 
8c Co. by Wilding, Inc. Writer: 
John Davenport. 9 !• Script. 
© Wilding, Inc.; 17Jul67; C19724. 

FOOL-ECTOMY. See 

THE NARHENSCHNEIDEN. 



POOL THE EYE, a play for mixed media 
by Mark Buccl h Tom Mlllott. 80 1. 
© Mark Buccl «•, Tom Mlllott; 5Dec67; 
DU70216. 

A FOOT A YEAR, by Robert M. Colleary. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. ® Robert M. 
Colleary; 24Jul67; DU6926I. 
FOR ART'S SAKE; written by Warren 
Shanahan. 1 v. A screenplay. 
From an original idea by Mort 
Kunstler. © Mort Kunstler, Inc.; 
7Sep67; DU69725 . 
FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE, a domestic 
drama of American life in 3 acts 
by Lillian Shrewsbury. 36 1. 
® Lillian Shrewsbury; 130ct67; 
DU69873. 

FOR SPORT THE WORD IS FIREBIRD; re- 
cording script for Pontlac Motor 

. Division. 6 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. ® Pontlac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
300ct67; C20011. 

FOR THE DEFENSE, a courtroom drama in 
three acts by James Reach. London, 
S. French. 88 p. Appl. author: 
Samuel French, Inc . employer for 
hire. © Samuel French, Inc.; 
29Mar67; DP6480. 

THE FORAGE HARVESTER AND BLOWER; 

recording script for the J. I. Case 
Co. by Jam Handy Organization. 

c?9888.'''- '• ''^'''°-' '''^^'^■' 

FORCE MAJEURE, THE DISPOSSESSED, HASTA 
LUEGO; three screenplays by Errol 
John. London, Faber & Faber. 194 p 
©Errol John; 27Jul67; DFO-I572. 

THE FORGOTTEN, by Nick Cosentino 
(Nicholas Cosentino) 66 1. 
A screenplay. ©Nicholas Cosentino- 
13Nov67; DU70051. 

FORGOTTEN FACT, by Robert Shulman. 
46 1. A play in 3 acts. © Robert 
Solomon Shulman; 12Sep67; DU69669. 

49 to GO. See 
WHO'S WHOOSE. 

THE FOUNDATION OF A MODEL SOCIETY, 
by Newell B. Woodbury. 64 1. 
Lecture. © Newell B. Woodbury; 
24Jul67; C 197 14. 

THE FOUNTAINHEAD, a play In two acts, 
from the novel by Ayn Rand, adapted 
for the stage by Barbara Branden. 
122 1. © Barbara Branden; l8jul67; 
DP6499 . 

THE FOUR CORNERS, a nlay for Quaker 
young people in eight scenes by 
Edgar Z. Palmer. I967 . 37 p. 
© Edgar Z. Palmer; l8May67; DP6426. 

440-1234, a play in one act by John 
Voulgarls. 49 1. © John Voulgaris; 
21Jul67; DU69232. 

FOUR SCORE AND SOME ODD YEARS AGO, 
a play in two acts by Marshall" .R. 
Jacobs. 62 1. ©Marshall E. Jacobs; 
lNov67; DU69975. 

FOURBERIES DE SCAPIN. See 
THE FARCE OF SCAPIN. 

THE FOX AND THE EAGLE, a drama in 
three acts by John Josef Wolf. 
90 1. © John Josef Wolf; 13Dec67; 
DU70270. 

FRAGMENTS PROM A WORK IN PROGRESS. 
See 
THE END OF THE WORLD. 

FRANOESCA DA RIMINI, by George Henry 
Boker, adapted by C . K. Alexander. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Charles 
Alexander; lAug67 ; DU69343. 



THE FRECKLED AFFAIR, a musical play for 
television; book Sc lyrics by Samuel 
Warshawsky & David Morton, music by 
David Morton. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as There's magic in moon- 
light. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Samuel Warshawsky & David Morton; 
3Nov67; DU70000. 

FRENCH GRAY, a play In one act by 
Josef Bush. 10 1. © Josef Bush; 
5Dec67; DU70214 . 

FRENCH INVASION; comedy in three acts 
by Ernest Aszody. 83 1. ® Ernest 
Aszody; 6jul67; DU691I5 . 

THE FRISK; script by Joachim Araujo 
assisted by Thomas Celandine. 31 1. 
(Police Academy of New York City 
training films) Appl. authors: 
Joachim Arujo, Robert Duncanson 8c 
Gertrude Miller. © Clnamic, Inc.; 
50ct67; DU69794. 
FRITZ ERNST, an historial drama in 
eleven scenes by Ira Sherwin Moore. 
24 1. © Ira Sherwin Moore; 26Jul67- 
DU69279 . ' ' . 

FROG PEOPLE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Ida M 
Prologo. 32 1. © Ida M. Prologo; 
300ct57; DU69957. 
FROM BROWN HOUSE TO WHITE HOUSE. See 

ABE LINCOLN IN SONG AND STORY. 
FROM DUBUQUE TO ALBUQUERQUE, by 

William L. Lederer. 58 1. A play 
in 1 act. © William L. Lederer; 
l4Aug67; DU69399. 
FROM RAGS TO REVENUE, an original 

musical satire; book, music & lyrics 
by Allen Greenway & Alan Wasser; 
orchestrations by Marc Graf e . 90 1. 
2 acts. © Alan Charles Wasser & 
John Allen Greenway III; 19Sep67; 
DU69626 . 
FRONT STREET, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by 
Joseph J. Daly. 30 1. © Joseph J. 
Daly; 24jul67; DU69247 . 
A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO 
THE SLAVE MARKET, by Dick Merrltt, 
pseud, of Richard Obegl. 2 v. 
A musical play. ® Richard Obegl; 
l8Dec67; DU70359. 

FUNZIE TIME, a play by Lucille Hauser. 
11 1. ® Lucille Hauser; 15Dec67; 
DU70284 . 

THE FURNISHED ROOM, by 0. Henry, 
adapted as a one act play by 
Robert Brome . Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldrldge Pub. Co. 22 p. (Eldrldge 
popular one act playscrlpts) 
® Robert Brome; lSep67; DP6556. 

FUZZY ROVIN' GAMBLER, by Johnny Bond. 
Sheet. ® Red River Songs, Inc.; 
26jun67; CI9656. 



G 



G C, a three act play by Katherine V. 

Nelson. 1 v. © Katherine Vincent 

Nelson; 27Jul67; DU69284 . 
THE GALLERY, by Paul England. 

27 1. A play. ® Paul England; 

260ct67; DU69927. 
THE GAMBLERS, a screenplay by Stuart 

Murphy, translated by Lori Kutllch. 

106 1. After a. comedy by Nikolai 

Gogol. © Stuart Murphy; 24Jul67; 

DU69213- 
THE GAME, by Edward Greenberg. 53 1- 

A play in 2 scenes. © Edward 

Greenberg; 260ct67; DU69926. 

A GAME OF JACKS, a one act play in 
three scenes by Sterling Harper. 
34 1. © Sterling Harper; 10Jul67; 
DU69134 . 



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July — Dec. 



THE GAP, a new one act play by Marianne 
Brown Waters. 28 1. ® Marianne 
Brown Waters; 20Jul67; DU69295. 

GARBAGE. See 

THE POT SONG. 
GARDEN party! See 

MOVING OUT & A GARDEN PARTY. 

GARDIEN. See 
LA COLLECTION. 

GARRISON IS GORILLAS. See 

SUPERMEN HE DAMNED. 
THE GATE GIRLS; or, The last of the 
Bacchantes. A play by D. H. Kuhlman. 
"t? 1. 5 acts. © Donald H. Kuhlman; 
27Sep67; DU69704. 

THE GATHERING, a play by Arnold 
Johnson. 1 v. 2 acts. © Arnold 
Johnson; 17Nov67; DU70089. 

GEANTS DE LA MONTAGNE. See 
THEATRE . 

GEARS, by Johnny Bond. Polder. 

Narration. © Red River Songs, Inc.; 
lSep67; CI9867. 

GENESIS IN RHYME, by James P. Polack & 
James Farmer. 1 v. © Gables Music 
Co., Inc.; 8Ju167; CI9683. 

GENTLEMEN IN WAITING, an opera in 
one act; music & libretto by Thomas 
Booth. I V. © Thomas Lykes Booth; 
20Nov67; D:J70157. 
GEORGE FREDERICK HANDEL, BOY WITH A 
WILL, a play in two acts by Ann 
Stevenson (Anna N. Stevenson) 
1 V. With music. © Ann Stevenson; 
510c t67; DU69937- 
GET WITH THE YOUNG WHEELS; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division. 
W 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Organization. © Oldsmobile Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 300ct67; 

c 20005. 

GHOST FROM JUPITER, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Lona Rlckman. JO 1. © Lona Rickman; 
2OJUI67; DU69227. 
THE GHOSTESS WITH THE HOSTESS, a play 
in three acts by David Rogers. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 104 p. 
© David Rogers; 15Sep67; DPeitgi. 
THE GIFT; pilot script written by Lee 
E. Levinson & Crlstina L. White. 
49 1. Written expressly for a one 
hour television weekly dramatic 
series created by Lee Edward Levinson 
& entitled The sensitive. © Lee 
Edward Levinson & Cristina L. White; 
llJul67; DU691tl. 
GIFT. See 

THE STORM. 
GILBERT BEFORE SULLIVAN; six comic 
plays by W. S. Gilbert, edited & 
with an introd. by Jane W. Stedman. 
University of Chicago Press. 270 p. 
NM: editing, notes & introd. 
© University of Chicago; 29Aug67; 
A94436I. 
GILES CORY OF THE SALEM FARMS. See 

THE NEW ENGLAND TRAGEDIES. 
THE GINGERBREAD MAN, a new comedy in 
three acts by Bob Mott (Robert Mott) 
& Chuck Horner, pseud, of Charles 
Horine. 1 v. © Robert Mott & 
Charles Horner (Horine); 23Aug67; 
.DU69427. 

LA GIOCONDA, a one act play by Ernest 
Ellis. 38 1. English. © Ernest 
Ellis; 13Sep67; DU69675 . 
THE GIRL FROM FORKED DEER, a play by 
Peter Taylor. 91 1. 7 scenes. 
© Peter Taylor; 8Aug67 ; DUfogj^b. 

THE GIRL FROM NORMANDY, a musical in 
two acts 8c twelve scenes. Book & 
lyrics by Leo Randole (Evelyn 
Randole), music by Serge Walter. 
1 V. 2 parts. Book only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1953, DU33413. 
NM: rev. version of Alexander and 
Camllle. © Leo Randole; 15Aug67; 
DU7OIO8. 



THE GIRL IN THE VALLEY, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Rockwell Mings. 1*6 1. © Rockwell 
Mings; 19Dec67; DU70313. 

THE GIRL SCOUT, a musical-comedy 
routine by E. T. Rosso. 1* 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Edward T. 
Rosso; 5Sep67; DU69531- 

GIRL WITH A TORCH, by Samuel A. Rulon . 
1 V. A plav in 3 acts. © Samuel 
A. Rulon; III; 17Jul67; DU69313. 

THE GIRLS, a play in two acts by Anne 
Oestrioher. 1 v. © Anne Oestrlcher; 
21Aug67; DU69455. 
GIULIO CESARE. See 

JULIUS CAESAR. 
GLAMOUR, GLORY AND GOLD: THE LIFE AND 
LEGEND OP NOLA NOONAN, GODDESS AND 
STAR, a new play by Jackie Curtis. 
29 1. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Jackie Curtis; 3ON0V67; 
DU703'tit . 
GLOAMING, OH MY DARLING. See 

VIET ROCK, COMINGS AND GOINGS, KEEP 
TIGHTLY CLOSED IN A COOL DRY PLACE 
8c THE GLOAMING, OH MY DARLING. 
A GLOBALDOODLE, by William C. Thompson. 
1 V. A play. © William C. Thompson; 
24Nov67; DU702'*8. 
GLORIA, NEE ASHTONMONT, a one act 
play by Russell Taylor. 10 1. 
© Russell John Taylor; 5Sep67; 
DU69540. 
A GLORIOUS NIGHT; words by Othella 
R. Vaughn, music by Donald Dillard. 
12 p. Book only. ® Othella R. 
Vaughn; 3Nov67; DU70007. 
THE GLORY AND THE DREAM, a drama by 
Sharron Miller. 59 1- 1** parts. 
© Sharron Ann Miller; l4Jul67; 
DU69315. 
GO AND SIN. Ses 
THE PROFESSOR. 

THE GOBLIN MARKET; screenplay by 
Michael K. Wlese. 37 1. Based on 
an incident from Christina Rossetti ' s 
Goblin market. ® Michael K. Wiese; 
310ct67; DU6993t- 
GOD IS NOT DEAD; lyrics by James Cleve- 
land. Sheet. © Herman Lubinsky; 
6Ju167; CI96B6. 
GOD, NOT CHANCE. See 

DIOS ES EL QUE GOBIERNA, NO LA 
CASUALIDAD. 
GOING, GOING, SHE'S GONE; written by 
Libby Holden, pseud, of Libby 
Pevney. 1 v. Recording scripts. 
© Libby Holden; 190ct67; C19967. 
GOING TO TRIMALCHIO'S, a play in one 
act by Jean Reuterraan. 3I 1- 
© Jean Reuterman; 26 Jun67 ; DU69121. 

THE GOLD -HEADED CANE, a play in one 
act by Patricia R. Grossman, adapted 
by Sherman L. Sergei. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 20 p . © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 60ct67; DP6516. 

THE GOLD IS ON THE HILL, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Charles G. Jones. 3I 1. 
© Charles G. Jones; 21Sep67; DU6966I. 

GOLDBRICKS, a comedy in one act by 

Charles J. Tlerney. 32 1. © Charles 
John Tierney; Skhug.G'J ; DU6956I. 

GOLDEN AGE OF VAUDEVILLE, by Dave 

Miller. 3 1. Recording script. 

© Chesdel Music Co.; 300ct67; 

CI9994 . 
GOLDEN COMEDY, by R. Bruce Moody. 

1 v. A play in 3 acts. © R. Bruce 

Moody; 20Jul67; DU69231. 

THE GOLDEN FLEECE, a play In one act 
by A. R. Gurney, Jr. 43 1 . © Albert 
R. Gurney, Jr.; 29Nov67; DU7OI67. 



THE GOLDEN MOMENTS, by George Meek. 

7 1. (Crossroads to success) 

Lecture. © George M. Meek; 

7Aug67; C19798. 
THE GOLDEN REIGN, a new musical play 
based upon the public life of Joshua 
A. Norton, emperor of the United 
States % protector of Mexico, book & 
lyrics by Jack Brooks, music by Harry 
Valante. 104 1. 2 acts. Book >r. 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU54159. NM: revision. © Jack 
Brooks; 7Deo67; DU70229. 

THE GOLDEN VANITY, a vaudeville for 
boys and piano; op. 78 by Benjamin 
Britten. Words by Colin Graham; 
German translation by Hans Keller. 
London, Faber Music. 46 p. After 
the old English ballad. English & 
German. © Faber Music, Ltd.; 
13Jun67; DPO-I56I. 

GOLDEN YEARS. See 
THE PENSIONERS. 

GOOD EVENING, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, a 
new play by William Dorsey Blake. 
115 1. 2 parts. © William Dorsey 
Blake; 3Aug67; DU69327. 

THE GOOD FAIRY'S CROWM; dental 
puppet show by F. Kless Yellen. 
3 1. Includes words to 2 songs. 
© Florence Kless Yellen; 31Jul67; 
DU69302 . 

THE GOOD FIGHT, by William B. Long. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © William 
B. Long; 7Nov67; DU70147. 

GOOD OLD ROBERT, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Margarette Boyer. 30 1. 
© Margarette Boyer; 2Nov67; 
DU69985 . 

GOOD PRIESTS. See 

BREAD LOAF. 
GOOD TIME DOLLY DEE, a play with 

banjo music by John Varl. 51 1. 

Book only. ® John Varl; 29Sep67; 

DU69765. 

THE GOOD WITCH OF MANHATTAN, an 
original one act musical play for 
children & their parents; book by 
Selma Epstein. 50 1. Based on an 
idea by Selma Epstein & some material 
by Selma Epstein 8c Dolly Jonah. 
Book only. © Selma Epstein; 31Aug67 ; 
DU69488. 
GOODBYE, DADDY STEVE, an original story 
written 8c adapted for television by 
Jack Richardson. 27 1 . © Jack 
Richardson; 21Sep67; DU69648. 

GOODNIGHT, WHOEVER YOU ARE, by Dorothy 
Simpson Sadler. 132 1. A play In 
3 acts. © Dorothy Simpson Sadler; 
28Sep67; DU69709. 
GORIOT, a musical play by Norman 
Meranus, based on the novel Pere 
Goriot, by Honore de Balzac. 1 v. 
© Norman Meranus; 170ct67; DU69828. 
THE GOSSIP, by Mary Engel. Sheet. 
Monolog. © Mary Engel; 3ONOV67; 
020083. 
THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR; adapted by 
Peter Raby. 1 v. A play in 5 scenes. 
© Peter Raby; 5Sep67; DU69529. 

GRAB A PILL AND FOLLOW ME; comedy 
at the Bahamas by Nicholas Bart 
Zadeh. l42 1. © Nicholas Bart 
Zadeh; l4Jul67; DU69159. 
GRANDMA, PRAY FOR ME, by Nlshan 

Parlakian. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. states-; prev. reg. 5Dec50, 
DU25148. NM: editorial revision, 
© Nishan Parlakian; 270ct67; 
DU69944 . 

GRANDMA'S PRAYER WAS ANSWERED; 
dramatic composition written by 
John E. Morris. 2 1. © John E. 
Morris; 27Jul67; DU69289. 



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115 



THE GRANDSONS OF HONEY FITZ; words & 
music by Laurence P. Gllgun. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book Sc lyrics only. 
© Laurence P. Gilgun; l8Jul67; 
DP6'*6l. 
GRAZZI, by John J. Herman. 95 1. 
A comedy in two acts. ® John J. 
Berman; 17Mar67; DP6445 . 

GREAT BEAST, TYPHON. See 
PEWTER. 

THE GREAT BLUE STOVE, a play in two 
acts by Carl F. Zlmmerle.. 1 v. 
® Carl F. Zlmmerle; 9Nqv67; DU70035 . 

THE GREAT DANE OF ARY, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Ray Bern. 117 1. © Ray 
Bern; l8Dec67; DU70300. 
GREAT EXPECTATIONS; variations on a 
theme of Charles Dickens by Michel 
Lipman. 10 v. A play. © Classic 
Text Tapes, Norman H. Rogers (owner); 
1406067; DU7O33O. 
GREAT GOODNESS OF LIFE, by LeRoi 
Jones. 22 p. A play. © LeRoi 
Jones; 21Aug67; 01169441. 

THE GREAT RIGHT HORN OF THE RAM, a 
comedy in one act by Ben Maddow. 
London, S. French. 31 p. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 19Jun67; DP6482. 

THE GREAT SOCIETY; or. Money In the 
bank. By S. Robert Crewe % Homer 
Jones, pseud, of Paul G. Marshall. 
1 V. A screenplay. © S. Robert 
Crewe & Homer Jones; 24Nov67; 
DU70190. 

THE GREAT STATION WAGON MYSTERY; 

recording script for the Oldsmobile 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
12 1. © Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; l8Sep67; CI99OI. 

THE GREAT STEP AUNT, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by William Willken, pseud, of 
Rupert Forbes. JO 1. © Rupert 
Forbes; 29Nov67; DU70182. 

GREAT TWEED, by Ronald A. Garbin. 
1 V. A play in 12 scenes. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 10Apr67, DU68389. 
NM: addition, revision & abridgement. 
© Ronald Alexander Garbin; 6Nov67; 
DU69971. 

THE GREAT WOOLY MAMMOTH, a play by 
Leonard Harmari. 28 1. © Leonard 
Charles Harman, Jr.; 8Sep67; 
DU69567. 
THE GREATEST SONG, in critique of Sol- 
omon; freshly & literally translated 
from the Hebrew & arr. for oratorio 
performance by Calvin Seerveld, mel- 
ody & music by Ina Lohr. [Nether- 
lands] Trinity Pennyasheet Press. 
104 p. © on introd., comments & 
notes: Calvin Seerveld; 29Jul67; 
AI -10778. 

THE GREATEST SONG, in critique of Sol- 
omon; freshly & literally translated 
from the Hebrew & arr. for oratorio 
performance by Calvin Seerveld, mel- 
ody & music by Ina Lohr. [Nether- 
lands] Trinity Pennyasheet Press. 
104 p. Appl. states prev. reg. I963, 
DP5347. NM: fu-U musical score. 
© Calvin G. Seerveld; 29Jul67; 
DF1899. 
GREEN GROW THE DOLLARS-0, by S. Michael 

Gelber. 117 1. A musical play in 

2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 

© S. Michael Gelber; 8Sep67; 

DU6957I. 
THE GREEN KNIGHT, a musical by Wallace 

Johnson. 92 1. 3 acts. Book & 

lyrics only. © Wallace Johnson; 

lNov67; DU6993O. 
THE GRIFFIN, a musical fantasy for 
children in one act; book by Carol 
Bischof, music by Bill Christian 
(William G. Christian) 2 v. 
© Larry 8= Carol Bischof & William 
G. Christian; 40ct67; DU69880. 



GRINGO CAIN, by Edward D. Walters. 
1 V. A screenplay. © Edward Daniel 
Walters; 2Aug67; DU69320. 

GUERRA. See 

THE WAR. 
THE GULL, a comedy in four acts by 

A. P. Chekhov; a new translation 

from the Russian by Bernard W. 

Sznycer. 1 v. © Bernard W. Sznycer 

& Katharine Sergava; 2Nov67; 

DU70003. 
THE GUN CREW, a film play by Brendan 

R. Hayes. 61 1. © Brendan R. 

Hayes; 110ct67; DU69824. 

GUS'S GLORIOUS GIFT, a Christmas 

operetta for children by Linda Morrow. 

1 V. © Linda Morrow; 7Aug67; 

DU69356 . 
THE GYPSY BOYS; original story 8c 

screenplay by John Stag Hanson. 

121 1. © John Stag Hanson; llJul67; 

DU69220. 
THE GYPSY FIDDLE, an operetta In 3 acts 

by Virginia B. Appleton. 1 v. 

© Virginia B. Appleton; l60ct67; 

DU69839. 
GYPSY'S GYPSY; comedy In 3 acts by 

Tha-ny (Imre Thany) 39 1. © Imre 

Thany; 5Dec67; DU70211. 



H 



HAD A WIFE BUT COULDN'T BEAT HER, an 
original screenplay by Joe Singer 
(Joseph Singer) 193 1. © Joseph 
Singer; 28Nov67; DU70140. 

THE HAG TRACK, a play in three acts 
by James W. Andrews. 1 v. © James 
Whitmore Andrews; 230ct67; DU69912. 

HAIL BRITANNIA AND ALL THAT, a dramatic 
adaptation of the short stories of 
Saki, pseud, of H. H. Munro, by 
David Larson. 1 v. © David Jeremy 
Larson; 20Nov67; DU70243. 

A HAIR OF THE DOG, a play in two acts 
by Rowland Posey. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 30Jun66, DU6615I. 
NM: rewritten. © Charles Rowland 
Posey; l80ct67; DU69888. 
HALARA, by Nick G. Gatehls. 255 1- 
A screenplay. C Nick G. Gatehls; 
l4Aug67; DU69474. 
THE HALCYON, a play in three acts by 
J. D. Charles (Julie Hanidls) 1 v. 
© Julie Charles; 16nov67; DU7OIO7. 
THE HALF BREED WORE GUNS, an original 
story written &: adapted for tele- 
vision by Patrice McGriffin. 47 1. 
© Patrice McGriffin; 2Nov67; 
DU69982. 
HALFWAY HOUSE, a play in two parts by 
L. Dana Gatlin. 1 v. With music 
for 1 song. © L. Dana Gatlin; 
24Nov67; DU7OI34. 
THE HALLj an original story written Sc 
adapted for television by William T. 
Appleby. 30 1. © William T. Apple- 
by; 24Nov67; DU70121. 
HALLIE'S GAME OF CHANCE, a play in 
three acts, one scene by Edward A. 
Steiner. 1 v. © Edward A. Stelner; 
40ct67; DU69728. 
HAMHOCKS, a one act play by S. Garrett 
Robinson. 46 1. © S. Garrett 
Robinson; l8Dec67; DU70342. 
HAMLET, a dramatic reading for 1, 2, 
or 8 voices by Richard Cavalier. 
183 1. © Richard Arthur Cavalier; 
30Aug67; DU69520. 
HAMLET BEATNIK, by Washington George, 
pseud, of Robert G. Davenport. 
101 1. 16 scenes. NM: text 8: 
compilation. © Robert G. Davenport; 
21Aug67; DU69497. 
HAMMER CRUMP; LOUIS MARSH; two plays 
by Martin J. O'Malley. New York, 
Vantage Press. 144 p. © Martin J. 
O'Malley; 31Dec66; A938336. 



HANDLING COMPETITION, 7A; recording 

script for J. I. Case Co. 23 1. 

Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 

© J. I. Case Co.; 300ct67; C20001. 
HANDLING COMPETITION, 7C; recording 

script for J. I. Case Co. 26 1. 

Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 

© J. I. Case Co.; 300ct67; C20002. 

HANDLING OBJECTIONS; recording script 
for J. I. Case Co. 28 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© J. I. Case Co.; 300ct67; C20000. 

HANDLING THE BALL; recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division. 8 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 300ct67; 020009. 

HANNAH ARMSTRONG'S LINCOLN, a play in 
two acts by Elisa Blalk (Elisa. 
Bialk Krautter) 84 1. Based on 
short story Mr. Lincoln for the 
defense, by Elisa Bialk. © Elisa 
Blalk; 27Nov67 ; DU70257. 

HANS AND THE GOLDEN FLUTE; music by 
Margaret Lorince, libretto by Thora 
Golz. 73 !• A play in 3 acts. 
Based on the story by Tom Hamil . 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1958. NM: 
adaptation, amplification & dramatiza- 
tion. ® Thora Golz 8c Margaret 
Lorince; 6Sep67; DU69496. 

HANSEL & GPETEL; adapted by Lana Rae 
Shaw; book & lyrics, Lana Rae Shaw; 
music, Joe Bousard. 1 v. A musical 
play. © Lana Rae Shaw S: Joe Bousard; 
22Aug67; DU69484. 

HAPPINESS IS JUST A LITTLE THING CALLED 
A ROLLS ROYCE, a comedy In three acts 
by Arthur Alsberg & Bob Fisher. 
134 1. © Arthur Alsberg & Bob Fisher; 
4Aug67; DU69359. 

HAPPY HAPPENINGS; screenplay by Louis 
Stanton. 1 v. With music. © Louis 
Stanton; 29Jun67; DU69126. 

HAPPY HIPPEE SONG; music, Craig 
Turner, lyric, Louise Swenson. 
Sheet. © Louise Swenson 8: Craig 
Turner; 6Nov67; C2006l. 

THE HAPPY PRINCE, by Oscar Wilde; 

in dramatic incident form by Classic 
Text Tapes. © Classic Text Tapes, 
Norman H. Rogers, owner; 31Jul67; 
DU69518. 
HAPPY UN-BIRTHDAY CAKE; sample script 
by Jone Allison (Jone Allison 
Mosman) Sheet. © Jone Allison; 
14Aug67; CI9825. 

HAPPY UN-BIRTHDAY CARDS; sample script 
by Jone Allison (Jone Allison Mosman) 
Sheet. ® Jone Allison; 14Aug67; 
CI9826. 

THE HAPPY UN-BIRTHDAY PARTY; sample 
script by Jone Allison (Jone Alli- 
son Mosman) 3 1- © Jone Allison; 
24Ju167; C19715. 
THE HARD TIMES, an original story writ- 
ten Sc adapted for television by 
Lula Mae Steele. 30 1. ® Lula Mae 
Steele; 24Jul67; DU69255. 

HARPERS FERRY, a play about John 

Brown by Barrie Stavis; introd. 

by Tyrone Guthrie. New York, 

A. S. Barnes & Co. 94 p. 2 acts. 

Includes music to 1 song. Appl. 

states prev. reg. i960. © Barrie 

Stavis; 27Aug67; A946038. 
HASTA LUEGOo See 

FORCE MAJEURE, THE DISPOSSESSED, 
HASTA LUEGO. 

HASTE TO RICHES. See 
ELDORADO. 

HATMAN, a musical comedy for Purim in 
two acts; music, lyrics, dialogue 8: 
general story by Phyllis Pehr. 
1 V. Based upon Talmudlc tale 
Each one has his burdens, by David 
Morantz. © Phyllis May Pehr; 
7Sep67; DU69562. 



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THE HAUNT OF THE FIRST NIGHT, an 
original story written & adapted 
for television by Alouette, pseud, 
of Mamie L. Palmer. 50 1. 
© Mamie L. Palmer; l8Dec67; DU70299 
HAVE A WILD CHERRY, a new play by 
Frank R. Gould. 1 v. 6 scenes. 
© Frank R. Gould; 21Aug67; DU69i60. 
HAVOC IN HARLEM, a one act play bv 
Madeline Huntley. 30 1. © Made: 
Huntley; 22DecD7; DU7O35I. 
HAWAII DANCING MAIDEN. See' 
HAWAII HULA WAHINE. 
HAWAII HULA WAHINE (Hawaii dancing 
maiden) Lyric, hula dance sequence 
& hula hand routine bv C. W. Scott. 
Sheet. © Clayton W. Scott; 22Aug67; 
DU69618 . 
HE WHO GETS SLAPPED. See 
NEVERTHELESS, THEY LAUGH. 

A HEART OF GOLD, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
C. Arthur Brown. 5I 1. © Chester A. 
Brown; 21Sep67; DU69659. 

HEAVEN, HELL AND NADA, an original 
story written S: adapted for tele- 
vision by Viola B. Schomisch. 
46 1. © Viola B. Schomisch; 
3Nov67; DU69991. 
HEAVEN ON EARTH, a new play based on 
the life of Henry Ward Beecher, by 
Maurice Turet. 64 1. 2 acts. 
© Maurice Turet; 28jul67; DU69299. 

HEAVEN-SENT; episode of Moonboy created 
by George Hope, adapted by David Ogg. 
45 1. A screenplay. © George Hope; 
10Jul67; DU69239. 

HEBRA; three acts by lonel, pseud, of 
Yuval Ronn, & Mara, pseud, of Mara 
Vamos. 125 1. A tragedy. Based 
on the French play. Appl. states 
prev. reg. llMay65, DU63017. NM: 
revisions. ©Yuval Ronn; 7Jul67; 
DU69240. 

HEIDI, a musical play based on the 
book; music by Mildred G. Rasey, 
script & lyrics by Val Call (Velva 
Call) 1 V. 3 acts. NM: additions. 
© Mildred G. Rasey & Val Call; 
9Aug67; DU69382. 

THE HELL REVIEWED, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Gabriel A. Adekoya. 30 1. © Gabriel 
A. Adekoya; 24Jul67; DU69248. 
HELLO EARTHLINGS, a variety program 

on the theme of the U.F.O. & the 

extraterrestrial visitor by 

R. Stephens & A. Puzerskl. 29 1. 

Appl. states prev. reg. 22Mar67, 

CI945I. NM: addition & revision. 

© Ruth E. Stephens & Antonia 

Puzerskl; 27Sep67; C19929 . 

HELP, by Michael McGuire. 40 1. 
A play. © Michael McGuire; 
17Jul67; DU69188. 
HELP NEEDED; recording script for the 
K-Mart Division by Jam Handy Organiza^ 
tion. 17 1. © S. S. Kresge Co.; 
l8Sep67; 019899. 

HEMISFAIR '68; musical, story, words 

& music by Carrol Lutrell. 64 1. 

5 acts. ® Carrol Lutrell; 25Sep67; 

DU 69680. 
HENRY V, by William Shakespeare; 

edited by Oscar James Campbell, 

Alfred Rothschild & Stuart Vaughan. 

New York, Bantam Books. 242 p. 

(A Bantam classic, SC299) 5 acts. 
© Bantam Books, Inc.; 29Aug66; 

A923533. 
HERAKLES, a play in verse by Archibald 

MacLeish. 1967 . Boston, Houghton 

Mifflin. 91 p. Appl. states prev. 

reg. Sept. 1965, DU63931. NM: 

revision. ® Archibald MacLeish; 

8May67; DPe431. 



HERE AND NOW, HOW DO YOU SHARE YOUR 
LIFE; pilot program for Here and 
now, a religious television series 
for teenagers created & written by 
Edward D. Wrobleskl. 30 1. 
© Edward D. Wrobleskl; 17Jul67; 
DU69182. 
HERE AND NOW: MARRIAGE, ONE LOVE FOR 
LIFE; second program of a religious 
television series for teenagers, 
created & written by Edward D. 
Wrobleskl. 33 1. © Edward D. 
Wrobleskl; 24Jul67; DU69241. 
HERE COMES THE CIRCUS, a musical play 
for children by Leonard Kobrick. 
Hew York, Chappell. 42 p. With 
piano accompaniment & optional 
rhythm band. © Chappell & Co., 
Inc.; 26Jul67; DP644 3. 

HERE THEY COME, THE '68 YOUNGMOBILES; 
recording script for Oldsmobile 
Division. 12 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © Olds- 
mobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 300ct67; C20007. 
HERE WE GO ROUND THE MULBERRY BUSH, 
by Larry Christy. 75 1- A play 
in 3 acts. © Larry T. Christy; 
25Aug67; DU69491- 
HERITAGE, an American folk tale In 
two parts by P. J. Barry. 56 1. 
© Philip James Barry; 2Nc,/67; 
DU70004. 
HERMAN, by Bob Broraan (Robert Broraan) 
& Ginnle Richards (Virginia Richards) 
91. A dialog. © Robert Broman & 
Virginia Richards; 26Sep67; C19925 . 

HEXAGON BRIDGE. See 

THE BUCHER BRIDGE, CHAPTER I: THE 
HEXAGON BRIDGE. 
HEY WAITER, by Archie Campbell. 3 P- 
Script. ©Peer International Corp.; 
7Jul67; C1971I. 
THE HIDE-AND-SEEK ODYSSEY OP MADELINE 
GIMPLE, a play by Prank Gagllano. 
1 V. 4 scenes. © Frank Gagllano; 
5Dec67; DU70209. 
THE HIGH MASS, a five act play by John 
Ignatius Alloto. 1 v. © John I. 
Alioto; llSep67; DU69577 . 

HIGHLIGHTS IN NEGRO HISTORY; written & 
directed by Maria Mercedes Lannon. 
17 1. A program. © Sisters of the 
Blessed Sacrament; 25Sep67; DU69634 . 
HIGHWAY PILE UPS, by Albert J. Krause. 
13 1. © Albert J. Krause; 28Mar67; 
CI9662. 

HILTON HOTEL, WASHINGTON, D.C., 
SEPTEMBER 1, I967; address by 
Martin Luther King, Jr. 9 1. 
©Martin Luther King, Jr.; 260ct67; 
CI9987. 

THE HIP FAMILY ROBINSON; pilot by 
Joel M. Reed. 33 1. A screenplay. 
© Joel M. Reed; 100ct67; DU6985O. 

HIP HIPPIE HOORAY; or. They lived 
hlppily ever after. A play In 
three acts by David Rogers. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 95 P- © David 
Rogers; 27Sep67; DP6507. 

HISTOIRE DE HIRE. See 

WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS. 
HISTOIRE POUR VINGT-QUATKE HEURES, de 
Guy Foissy. 96 1. A play In 3 
parts. © Guy Polssy; 24jul67; 
DU69348. 
A HISTORICAL PAGEANT OF THE ORDER OF 
THE EASTERN STAR, by Verna W. Sharer. 
81. © Verna W. Sharer; l8sep67; 
CI9947. 
THE HISTORICAL REGISTER FOR THE YEAR 
1736, & EURYDICE HISSED by Henry 
FleWlng, edited by William W. Apple- 
ton. Lincoln, University of Nebraska 
Press. 83 p. (Regent's restoration 
drama series) NM: introd., appendixes 
Sc copious text. © University of 
Nebraska Press; I5NOV67; A952577. 



HISTORY LESSON, a musical drama by Ben 
J. Rosenthal. 58 1. 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Ben J. Rosenthal; 
8Sep67; DU69695- 

THE HISTORY OF PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY. 
See 

LAND OF THE BRIGHT LEAF. 
THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES BY 
LOCAL 49 OF THE BROTHERHOOD OF 
HOT DOG VENDORS OF AMERICA, a play 
in three acts by Walter A. Falr- 
servls, Jr. 1 v. © Walter A. 
Falrservls, Jr.; 13Dec67; DU70274 . 
HISTORY'S FOOL, a one-hour television 
drama by James L. Thompson. 21 1. 
© James L. Thompson; 17Jul67; 
DP6444 . 

HIT THE BOOKS; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division. 11 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 10Jul67; C19748. 

HOG WAR OF STAR VALLEY, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Ray Richardson. 33 1. 
© Ray Richardson; 2Nov67; DU69986. 

HOLD YOUR HARVEST; for Deere & Co. by 
Wilding. Writer: John Davenport. 
11 1. Script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 
17Jul67; C19723. 
THE HOLY TERROR, by James H. Lee & 
James Costin (Jlmmie Dean Costln) 
Kansas City, Mo., Play House. 
52 p. James H. Lee & James Costin, 
pseud, of Jimmie Dean Costin; 
lSep65; DP6432. 

HOMAGE TO A DEAD ARTIST, a play in 

three acts by Sidney Klngsley. 

1 V. © Sidney Kingsley; 12Sep67; 

DU69592 ■ 
A HOME IN THE EVERGLADES, by Wynn 

Appling, pseud, of H. Appling. 

91 1. A play in 4 acts. © Wynn 

Appling; 25Sep67; DU69724 . 

HOME IS WHERE YOU HANG YOURSELF, a 
play In one act by John Von Hartz. 
50 1. © John Von Hartz; 10Jul67; 
DU69I35 • 

HOME PORT, a film play in 3 acts by 
Brendan Raymond Hayes. 68 1. 
©Brendan R. Hayes; 60ct67; DU698l4 . 

HOME RECORD LIBRARY OF SABBATH SCHOOL 
LESSONS. 1 V. © Chapel Records, 
a division of Pacific Press Pub. 
Assn.; 300ct67; C19990. 
HOMMEL, a theatre piece for players 
& musicians by James Shearwood. 
12 1. © James Shearwood; 13Nov67; 
DU70058. 

THE HONEYMAN, an original story & 
screenplay by George Adams. 94 1- 
© George Adams; 9Nov67; DU7OO6O. 

THE HONEYMOONER'S HOME MOVIE; teleplay 
by Bart Zadeh. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Nicholas Bart Zadeh; 19Jul67; 
DU69199- 
HOPE IS A WORD, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Gloria Buccleri. 30 1. © Gloria 
Bucclerl; 300ct67; DU69953. 
HOPELESS INTEGRATION; written by 
Miriam Zeno, pseud, of Christine 
Zenobla Cawthon. 55 1. A recording 
script in 8 scenes. © Christine 
Zenobla Cawthon; l80ct67; C19965. 

THE HORSEMAN, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Thomas 
Portera. 30 1. © Thomas Portera; 
l8Aug67; DU69445. 
HOT LINE, by Mary L. Booker. 13 1. 
A play in 4 scenes. © Mary L. 
Booker; 27Nov67; DU70255. 
A HOUSE BY THE LAKE, a play In two acts 
by E. M. Forest, pseud, of Erma 
Margaret Brown. 64 1. © Erma 
Margaret Brown; 28jul67; DU69377. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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THE HOUSE OF ATKEUS, by John Lewin. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press. Ill p. (Minnesota drama 
editions, no. 2) Adapted from the 
Orestela, by Aeschylus. Appl. states 
1st play of trilogy, Agamemnon, prev. 
reg. 1963, DU59452. © John Lewin j 
280ct66; DP6436. 

THE HOUSE OF SATAN, a play in three 
acts by Oruam Jonifran, pseud, of 
John F. Mauro. 172 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 24Mar>'t, D27660. NM: 
addition & revision. ® John F. 
Mauro; 100ct67; DU69766. 
THE HOUSE ON PRINCE EDWARD STREET, 
a play in two acts by Wallace Dace. 
Ill 1. © Wallace Dace; 22Deo67; 
DU7O353. 
THE HOUSE WITHIN THE HOUSE WITHIN, 

a play in two acts by Joseph Baldwin. 
1 V. © Joseph B. Baldwin; 20Nov67; 
DU7015I. 
HOUSEWARM, a one act play by Jerry 
Bovim (Jerome Russell Bovlm) 
15 1. © Jerry Bovim; llAug67; 
DU69592. 
HOW BIG SHOULD THE CORPORATION GROW? 
By Andrew Hacker. 9 1. © Andrew 
Hacker; 230ct67; CI9985. 

HOW I LEARNED TO LOVE THE CIA. See 

THE BANANA REVOLUTION. 
HOW PROUDLY WE GAVE, a play of Abraham 

Lincoln by Vera Hat ton Rader. 1 v. 

5 acts. ® Vera Hatton Rader; 29Aug67; 

DU69512. 
HOW TO BE HAPPY WHILE BREATHING, by 
Irving Vendig. 1 v. Includes 
So help me, by Irving Vendig & 
music to 2 songs. Appl. states 
How to be happy while breathing 
prev. reg. 3Mar67, DU68019 & So 
help me prev. reg. 3Jul67, DU69098. 
NM: both revised. © Irving Vendig 
Associates, Inc.; 25Aug67; DU69t92. 

HOW TO CATCH A MONKEY, by Joseph 
Sander. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Joseph L. Sander; 27Nov67; 
DU70I38. 
HOW TO COMMIT MURDER FOR FUN AND 
PROFIT, by Vere Geary (Vere Geary 
Rubino) 50 1. A screenplay. 
© Vere Geary Rubino; 25Sep67; 
DU69684 . 
HOW TO DEVELOP A MARKETING PLANj intro- 
duction to the management workshop 
for owners, operators &: executives 
of the smaller firm by Alvin R. 
Haerr. 1 v. © Alvin R. Haerr; 
5Sep67; CI9847. 
HOW TO GET PEPTIC ULCERS IN THKEE 
WEEKS . See 
OVER-ORGANIZATION MEETS THE SUBURBS. 

HOW TO GET RID OF A HOUSEMOTHER, 
a comedy for girls in one act by 
Tim Kelly. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
31 p . (Baker ' s royalty plays ) 
©Walter H. Baker Co.; 28jul67; 
DP6438. 
HOW TO MAKE IT, MY MAN, by Norge W. 
Jerome. 20 1. © Norge W. Jerome; 
25Aug67; C19855. 
HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN SOUND- SCCRE, by 
Ruth S. White. 6 1. © Ruth S. 
White; 9Aug67; CI9828. 
HOW TO PREVENT RACE RIOTS, by Leo 
Shmeltsman. 9 1. A play. 
©Leo Shmeltsman; 12Jul67; DU69W5 . 

HOW'S THE BABY? By Arnold Powell. 
41 1. © Arnold Powell; 2'tJul67; 
DU6926O. 
HOW'S THE WORLD TREATING YOU? By Roger 
Mllner. Dramatists Play Service. 
Rev. acting ed. 92 p. 5 acts. 
© Roger Milner; 17Aug67; DP6471- 
HUCKLEBERRY FINN, a musical play by 
A. Kahn & F. Low, from the original 
work by Mark Twain. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Francis E. Low & Alvin Kahn; 
22Dec67; DU70334. 



HUELGA, a strike in three acts by 

Charles Garo Ashjlan. 1 v. A musi- 
cal play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Charles Garo Ashjian; I3NOV67; 
DU70110. 

HUGHIE. See 

THE LATER PLAYS OP EUGENE O'NEILL. 

THE HUMAN ELEMENT, a play in three acts, 
one set, five characters by P. J. 
Farrell. 1 v. © Patrick J. Farrell; 
100ct67; DU6982I. 

HUMANIZING COMPUTERS NOW, a paper by 
Marcia X. Johnstone. 1 v. © Marola 
X. Johnstone; 3Aug67; C19758. 
THE HUNTER, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Ralph 
Young. 30 1. © Ralph Young; 
300ct67; DU69955. 
THE HUNTER, by Junior Samples & 
Clif Williamson. Sheet. © Peach 
Music; 28Aug67; C19849. 
HUNTER; original screenplay by Jack 
Godler. 84 1. © Jack A. Godler; 
l4Jul67; DU69156. 

THE HUNTING SEASON, an original 
musical comedy with book, music & 
lyrics by Harry Huret. 1 v. 
© Harry Huret; 300ct67; DU70006. 

HURRICANE HINTS, by Nash Charles 
Roberts, Jr. 4 1. A talk. 
© Nash Charles Roberts, Jr.; 
17Jul67; CI9695. 
HUXLEY MORLEY III; story & screenplay 
by Joseph A. Natalizla. 102 1. 
© Joseph A. Natalizla; 28jul67; 
DU69298. 
HYBRID WHEAT IS COMING. See 
NEW WHEAT ON THE WAY. 



I 



See 



I CAN'T GO, HOME AGAIN. 

THE MASK. 
I GO TO SCHOOL. See 

MUSICAL EXPERIENCES FOR BASIC LEARN- 
ING READINESS: I GO TO SCHOOL. 
I GOT YOUR NUMBER, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Geraldine Phlpps. © Geraldlne 
Phipps; 130ct67; DU69875. 

1 HEAR AMERICA. See 

I HEAR AMERICAN CALLING. 

I HEAR AMERICAN CALLING; or, I hear 
America by Mrs. L. E. Miller a.k.a. 
Janie F. Miller. 17 1. ©Mrs. L. E. 
Miller; 15Aug67; C19824. 

I HEARD A FUNNY STORY, by John Honse. 
47 1. A play. © John Paul Honse, 
Jr.; 10Jul67; DU69170. 

I LIVE IN DIRTY HEAVEN, a play by 
Ronald Miglionico. 50 1. 
© Ronald Miglionico; 20Sep67; 
DU69644 . 

I LIVED ON ANOTHER PLANET, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Ellene Totten. 36 1. 
© Ellene Totten; 13Nov67; DU70046. 

I LOVE LIFE: THE LIFE OF BERNARJt 
MACFADDEN, by William H. Taft. 
14 1. Lecture. © William H. 
Taft; l6Aug67; C198l4 . 

I MURDERED MARY FINCH ONE SUNNY DAY 
LAST SPRING, a mysterious musical. 
Book, music ^ lyrics by Dame Agnes 
Gilfred, pseud, of Jerome Walman 
Preiser. 2 v. 2 acts. © Jerome 
Walman Preiser; 5Sep67; DU69694 . 

I SHOT MY HUSBAND'S WIFE, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Essie Stubblefleld. 3I 1. 
© Essie Stubblefleld; 29Nov67; 
DU7OI79 . 



I SING MYSELF, a play in one act by 
Gary Martin. 141 1. © Gary Martin; 
100ct67; DU69820. 

I STARTED OUT AS A CHILD, by Bill 
Cosby (William H. Cosby, Jr.) 
Medic & others. 1 v. Recording 
scripts. © Manger Music, Inc.; 
26Jun67; CI9660. 

THE ICEPRINCESS, by Mady, pseud, of 
Stefanie Walda Byczkiewicz. 11 1. 
© Stefanie Walda Byczkiewicz; 
28nov67; DU70143. 

ID; or, Yer a doity bolrd Sigmund 
Freud, and me mudder hates yer too! 
A comedy of three acts by Richard 
Leonera, pseud, of Max Richard 
Herrera. 1 v. © Max Richard 
Herrera; 28jul67; DU693OI. 

IDENTIFYING OUR CUSTOMER, THE PHARMA- 
CIST; address by James E. Allen. 
1 V. © Henry B. Gilpin Co.; 23Aug67; 
CI9838. 

IDIOT. See 

NASTASYA'S THEME PROM THE IDIOT. 

IP 1 LIVE TO BE ONE HUNDRED, I SHALL 
STILL BE TRUE TO YOU. See 
THE CENSURY OF SWEET, SHY ANN. 
IF I RUI.ED THE WORLD, EVERY DAY WOULD 
BE THE FIRST DAY OF SPRING, a play In 
one act by David Seiffer. 41 1. 
©David A. Seiffer; 19Jul67; DU69195 • 
IF I WERE IMMORTAL, WOULD YOU LOVE ME 
FOREVER? A new play with music by 
Nancy Ries (Nanci Ries) pseud, of 
Nancy Wurmbach. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Nanci Wurmbach, Herb Hendler & 
Valley Entertainment Enterprises, 
Inc.; 120c t67; DU70062. 

IF YOU GO BY HEAVEN, MR. SANTA, an 
original story written & adapted 
for television by R. C. Wayne. 
30 1. © Robert C. Wayne; 20Jul67; 
DU69228 . 
I'LL BE SEEIN' YA', by H. G. Marble. 
27 1. A play. © Herbert G. Marble; 
8Dec67; DU7023I. 

I'M A DRIFTER; words & music by Lowell 
Fulsom. Sheet. © Modern Music 
Pub, Co.; 20Nov67; C20114 . 

I'M COMING TO STAY WITH YOU, by Terry 
Swanson Brewer. 11 1. A play. 
© Terry Swanson Brewer; 14Nov67; 
DU70075 . 

I'M SOLOMON! A Biblical musical 
comedy, book & lyrics by Erich 
Segal, based on an original play 
King Solomon & the cobbler by Sammy 
Gronemann, book in collaboration with 
Zvi Kolltz. 1 V. Book & lyrics 
only. © Erich Segal; 20ct67; 
DU69750. 
THE IMAGE OF A BRUTE ADORNED, a con- 
temporary morality play by Brian G. 
Beucher. 1 v. © Brian G. Beucher; 
26JUI67; DU69274. 

IMAGES IN THE PSYCHE; screenplay by 
Beth Leigh-Taylor (Elizabeth Janet 
Leigh-Taylor) 177 1- © Elizabeth 
Janet Leigh-Taylor; 6Sep67; DU69548. 

AN IMAGINARY THING, a one act play by 
Barbara Sunderland. 22 1. © Barbara 
Sunderland; 21Deo67; DU70320. 

THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM. 7 1. Recording 

script. © WHDH, Inc.; 6Nov67; 

C20034. 
IMPRESSING THE VOTERS, by Richard W. 

Bullard. 31. © Richard W. 

Bullard; 17Aug67; C19820. 

IN LOVE WITH A PORPOISE, a play in one 
act by John Groves. 21 1. © John 
Patrick Groves & Susan Rae Groves; 
17Jul67; DU69179. 

IN NEW ENGLAND WINTER; #2 of the 
twentieth century cycle by Ed 
Bullins. 93 p. © Ed Bullins; 
13Nov67; DU70052. 



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DRAMAS 



July — Dec. 



IN PRAISE OF PATRIOTISM, ty Robert 
Welch. 16 1. A speech. © Robert 
Welch; 9Nov67; C20062. 
IN REMEMBRANCE, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Vera H. Jarvis. 25 1. © Vera H. 
Jarvls; l8Deo67; DU70502. 
IN SUCH AN HOUR, by Horace Rickerson. 
13 1. A play. © Horace Rickerson; 
11JU167; DU69140. 
IN THE CAGE, a play in four acts by 
William Van O'Connor. Dixon, Calif., 
Proscenium Press. 36 p. (The Lost 
play series, no. 6) ® Mary O'Connor; 
lApr67; DP64t)6. 
IN" THE WINE TIME, by Ed Bullins. 

1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Ed Bullins; 
IOJUI67; DU69I3O. 
IN VINO VERITAS, an original television 
play drawn from the work of Soren 
Kierkegaard by James D. Pendleton. 
59 1. Based on the English transla- 
tion by Lee M. Hollander. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1950. © James D. 
Pendleton; 20Nov67; DU7OO95. 
INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF THE NATIONAL 
YOUTH BIBLE CLUB; composed & de- 
livered by E. Jeffery Baker. 6 1. 
©E. Jeffery Baker; 24jul67; 019713- 

INCIDENT. See 

QUARTET . 
AN INCOMPLETE EDUCATION (Une education 
manquee) By Emmanuel Chabrier, 
libretto by Eugene Leterrier & Albert 
Vanloo, English by Henry Reese. 
25 1. Libretto. © Henry Reese; 
13Nov67; DU70251. 
THE INCREDIBLE OUTBREAK OF SEMI-NUDITY, 
a play in six scenes by Joseph Bald- 
win. 1 V. © Joseph B. Baldwin; 
5Sep67; DU69537. 
THE INDIAN, an original screenplay by 
Rule Rattray. 67 1. 21 scenes. 
© Rule Rattray; 230ct67; mb98h8. 

INDIAN EMPEROUR. See 

THE WORKS OF JOHN DRYDEN, VOLUME IX. 

AN INFINITE DEAL OF NOTHING, a comedy 
in one act by Mary Fournier Bill. 
New York, S. French. 26 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17Jun56, DU665t9. 
© Mary Fournier Bill; 19Jun67; DP5532. 

INN OF THE DONKEYS. See 

PEWTER. 
THE INNER HERITAGE, by Julius Vogel, 

pseud, of Julius Fogel. 84 1. 

A play In 3 acts. © Julius Fogel; 

30Aug67; DU695I6. 

THE INNOCENT, a Nativity play in 1 act 

for 6 females by F. E. M. Agnew. 

London, English Theatre Guild. 

24 p. (Guild library) © F. E. M. 

Agnew; l8Dec67; DF1902. 
INQUEST AT CHRISTIANA, a play by 

Jonathan Katz . 51 1- Adapted 

from the original documents. 

© Jonathan Katz; 50ct67; DU69795- 

THE INS AND OUTS OP EMPHYSEMA ANONYMOUS 
INCORPORATED, by Mrs. James 0. Winch 
(Jeannette L. Winch) 3 1- © Jeanette 
L. Winch; lSep67; CI9869. 
INSIDE BUSINESS SUCCESS, USA, by 

C. Wendel Muench. 19 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 7Nov66, C19079. NM: 
editorial revision. ® C. Wendel 
Muench; 9Nov67; C 2005 6. 
INSPECTOR VALDEZ DOUBTS SUSPECT IS 
FORMER GESTAPO CHIEF MUELLER. 3 1. 
Dialog. © Westinghouse Broadcasting 
Co., Inc.; 7Dec67; C20101. 
THE INSURANCE COMPANY, a cantata In 
Illuminations & mime by D. C. Hope & 
Elmer Maas. 1 v. © Elmer Maas & 
D. C. Hope; 10Aug67; DU69372. 



THE INTEGRATED PERSONALITY, by Herbert 
C. Modlin. 10 1. © Herbert C. 
Modlin; 6Nov67; C20040. 
AN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIR, a play in 
three acts by Claire Carroll. 1 v. 
© Claire Carroll; 12Sep67; DU69670. 

INTERRUPTED CAREERS, a play in one act 
by Harv Summers, pseud, of James W. 
Clark. 14 1. © James W. Clark; 
130ct67; DU69876. 

THE INTERVIEW, by Archie Campbell. 
4 p © Peer International Corp.; 
7Jui67; CI9687. 

AN INTERVIEW WITH F. SCOTT FITZGERALD, 
a short play by Paul Hunter. 37 1. 
2 scenes. © Paul Robinson Hunter, 
Jr.; 60ct67; DU698IO. 

INTIMATE VIOLENCE, UNDERSTANDING AND 
PREVENTION, by George R. Bach. 
24 1. © George R. Bach; 17Nov67; 
C2OO72. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: DRAMA; 
edited by Edmond L. Volpe & Marvin 
Magalaner. New York, Random House. 
467 p. 6 plays. NM: introd., 
notes & compilation. © Random 
House, Inc.; 21Apr67; A942673. 

INVITATION HOLLYWOOD. See 

MAYPOLE VILLAGE SERIES. 
THE INVOCATION, by Thomas Eagan. 
34 1. © Thomas Eagan; 13Sep67; 
DP6487. 
IN>JARD BOUND, a play in one act 

depicting a day in the lives of four 
friends by Joyce M. Gilmore. 1 v. 
© Joyce M. Gilmore; 15Dec67; 
DU70340. 

THE IRREVOCABLE TRUST; prepared by 
A. James Casner for use ... by the 
American Bar Assn. 83 1. ©Amer- 
ican Bar Assn.; 20Jul67; CI980I. 
IS DAN JACKSON GUILTY? A drama in 
three acts by Eugen Relchbaoh. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as The 
godless God, 28Sep66; DU67I95. NM: 
revision. © Eugen Relchbach; 5Sep67; 
DU69538. 
IS HE OUT OF THE ROOM? A piece for 
the theatre with one intermission 
by Earle Levenstein. 1 v. 2 parts. 
© Earle Levenstein; 310ot67; 
DU69965 • 
ISABEL, by Lillian Hara. 1 v. 

A play in 3 acts. © Lillian Hara; 
25Jul67; DU6933I. 
IT AIN'T NO PLACE TO LIVE IN- -THE STORY 
OF MIGRANT HOUSING; writers, Henry 
Walter & Leon Lewis. 5 1. Radio 
script. © Straus Broadcasting Group, 
Inc. (Stations WMCA, WALL AM & FM, 
WGVA, WTLB); 20Nov67; 020077. 
IT HAPPENED IN HEAVEN, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Edward H. Allen. 30 1. 
® Edward H. Allen; 2Nov67; DU699ol- 

IT TAKES A THIEF, a comedy for men in 
one act by William Kozlenko. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 16 p. ©Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 20Jun67; DP6463. 

IT'S CALLED THE SUGAR PLUM, a savage 
comedy in one act by Israel Horovitz. 
29 1. © Israel Horovitz; 27Nov67; 
DU70136. 
IT'S ONLY THE BEGINNING; recording 
script for Admiral Corp. 11 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Admiral Corp.; 10Jul67; C19734 . 

IT'S UP TO YOU, a new musical; book by 
Wayne Sheridan, music by George Koch, 
lyrics by Wayne Sheridan. 2 v. 
2 acts. Based on the play by Flor- 
ence Aquino Kaufman. © Wayne Sheri- 
dan & George Koch; 90ct67; DU69737- 



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J. C, a short Easter play about the 
longest Easter Day by Richard P. 
Friedrich. 19 1. © Richard P. 
Frledr--ch; 28Aug67; DU69508. 

J. C; written by William F. McGaha, 
emuloyed writer, Terry Kay. 89 1. 
A screenplay. © Associates & 
Wilmac Productions; 21Jul67; 
DU69235- 

J. SCHWARTZ, NEW YORK? By Jackie 
Miles. 15 1. A monolog. © Milmas 
Productions; 4Deo67; C20087. 

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, an adaptation 
by Thomas W. Zunker. 26 1. A 
musical play in 2 acts. Book only. 
© Thomas W. Zunker; 28Sep67; 
DU69773. 
JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, by Bobbye 

Russell Durrett (Mrs. R. E. Durrett, 
Jr.) 21 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Bobbye Russell Durrett; 6jul67 ; 
DU 69117. 
JACK BENNY CIGARETTE LIGHTER. Sheet. 
Recording script. ©Bradlees, Inc.; 
2Aus67; CI9757. 
JACK BENNY LONG UNDERWEAR. Sheet. 
Recording script. ©Bradlees, Inc.; 
2Aug67; CI9766. 
JACK BENNY MONEY SAVER CREDIT CARD. 
Sheet. Recording script. ©Brad- 
lees, Inc.; 2Aug67; C19762. 
JACK BENNY RETURNS. Sheet. Recording 
script. ©Bradlees, Inc.; 2Aug67; 
CI9761. 
JACK BENNY TESTING LAB. Sheet. 

Recording script. ©Bradlees, Inc.; 
2Aug67; CI9764. 
JACK BENNY TISSUES. Sheet. Recording 
script. ©Bradlees, Inc.; 2Aug67; 
CI9765. 
JACK BENNY VIP. Sheet. Recording 
script. ©Bradlees, Inc.; 2Aug67; 
CI976O. 

JACK BENNY VIOLIN. Sheet. Recording 
script. ©Bradlees, Inc.; 2Aug67; 
C19763. 
JACK BETRAYED HIS BUDDY, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Samuel Mumford. 33 1- 
© Samuel Mumford; 2Nov67; DU69984. 

JAMI, an original story written & 

adapted for television by Joe Castro. 

31 1. © Joe Castro; 21Sep67; DU69652. 
JANOS, by Kevin 'Morrison. 1 v. 

A play in 5 acts. © Kevin 
0' Morrison; 8Sep67; DU69570. 
JAY, a screenplay by Morton Lewis, 

Stanton Kaye & Brandon French. 

58 1. © Morton Lewis, Stanton 

Kaye & Brandon French; l4Aug67; 

DU6943I. 

.remnr's secret, see 

TATTERED TOM. 
JEREMEY-MEREMEY AND THE DINOSAURUS REX, 
by Lois Rosebrook. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Lois W. Rosebrook; 
lAug67; DU6931I. 

JESUS COME, EMMANUEL; script by Patricia 
Wild Spear. 1 v. A musical play. 
Appl. authors: Russell Milfred Hart, 
Patricia Wild Spear, James Andrew 
Moore. © Petworth Methodist Church 
& James A. Moore; 5Deo67; DU702I5. 

LE JEU D'ADAM. See 

TROIS PIECES MEDIEVALES. 

JM JEFFRIES VS. CASSIUS CLAY. See 
ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT, 

JIM JEFFRIES VS. CASSIUS CLAY. ; | 



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JOHANNES BRAHMS; 5 acts from his life. 
Script & puppets by Phyllis Fenn 
Cunningham. 9 1- A play. 
© Phyllis Fenn Cunningham; WSepST; 
DU697')-7 ■ 

JOHANNES, MELODY-MAItER; episodes of 
Johannes Brahms' childhood in two 
acts by Ann Stevenson (Anna N. 
Stevenson) 36 1. With music. 
© Ann Stevenson; 510ct67; DU69936. 

JOHN, by Floyd Lattimore. Sheet. 
Gospel recitative. © Lion Pub. 
Co., Inc.; 10Jul67; CI9700. 

JOHN DOUGH, by Norma E. Langham. 

1 V. A musical play in 5 acts. 
Based on John Dough and the cherub, 
by Lyman Frank Baum. NM: additions. 
© NDrma E. Langham; 5Aug67; DU69575 . 

JOHN DOUGH AND THE CHERUB. See 
JOHN DOUGH. 

JOHN WILKES BOOTH AND LINCOLN 
ASSASSINATION. See 
THE YEAR OP JUBILO. 

JOLLY JINGLE BELL STORY, written by 
Clair E. Weldon. 2 sheets. © Clair 
E. Weldon; 29Jun67; CI9698. 
JOSE, THE CANDLEMAKER, a one-act play 
for children; book & lyrics by Ray 
Hamby; music by Virginia Brooks. 
16 p. ® Ray Hamby & Virginia 
Brooks; 26Apr67; DP6465. 

JOSEPH, THE YOUNG JOKER; episodes of 
Franz Joseph Haydn's youth in two 
acts by Ann Stevenson (Anna N. 
Stevenson) l4 1. With music. 
© Ann Stevenson; 310c t67; DU69939. 

LE JOUR DE CAIN, by Luc Estang. Paris, 
Editions du Seuil. 137 p. 3 actes. 
© Editions du Seuil; 25Feb67; 
DFO-1549. 

UN JOUR J'AI RENCONTRE LA VERITE; 
piece en deux parties de Felicien 
Marceau. [Paris] Gallimard. I86 p. 
(Le Manteau d'arlequln) ©Editions 
Gallimard; 15May67; DFO-I553. 

JOURNEY TO IRKUTSK, a play in three 
acts by Irwin Shappln. 1 v. 
© Irwin Shappln; l6Aug67; DU69423. 

THE JOURNEY WITH JONAH, by Madeleine 
L'Engle (Madeleine L'Engle Franklin) 
with illus. by Leonard Everett 
Fisher. New York, Farrar, Straus & 
Giroux. 63 p. (An Ariel book) 
© on text; Madeleine L'Engle Frank- 
lin; 15Sep6T; A938099. 

THE JOY TOY, by Mort Alper. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Mort Alper; 
120ct67; DU698lt7. 

JUAN BOBO'S PIG; original play by 
Mary Agnes Carr. 1. 2 acts. 
© Mary Agnes Carr; 9Nov67; DU70056. 

JUDE, a play in two acts by Richard 
Reichman. 7^* 1. © Richard 
Relchman; 15Aug67; DU69412. 

THE JUDGEMENT, a serious drama in three 
acts by R. Gilsdorf, Jr. 27 1. 
© Russell Howard Gllsdorf, Jr.; 
30ct67; DU69842. 

JUG FULL OF MOONDUST; book, Leila Hogg 
(Leila Rae Hogg), June Griffin & 
Robert Mendonca; lyrics, Leila Hogg; 
music. Robert Mendonca. 1 v. 

2 acts. © Leila R. Hogg & Robert 
Allen Mendonca; 17 Jul 67; DU69208. 

JULIUS CAESAR (Glullo Cesar e) Oper In 
drel Akten, von Nicola Haym, deutsche 
Passung von Emllle Dahnk-Barofflo, 
Klavlerauszug von Walter Gieseler, by 
Georg Frledrlch Handel. 1 v. German 
& Italian. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Julius Rudel; l4jul67; DU69155. 
jump; a one act play by Charlotte 

Kraft. 32 1. © Charlotte Kraft; 

28Nov67; DU70142. 



THE JUMGLE BOOK, by Rudyard Kipling; 
edited & adapted by Ruth Lind. 
1 V. A script in 2 parts. NM: 
addition & revision. © Ruth Lind; 
2Jun67; DU69172. 

JUNGLE JUSTICE; or. The saga of the 
one-eyed demon. A melodrama with 
music written by Blllle Bell, music 
& lyrics by Gladys Robinson. 3 v. 
3 acts. © Blllle Bell & Gladys 
Robinson; 13Nov67; DU70054. 

JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL, a report by 
Rodney P. Gwlnn. 13 1. ® Rodney 
P. Gwlnn; 13Nov67; C 20050. 

THE JUNIPER TREE, by Richard Lortz. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Richard 
Lortz; 6nov67; DU7006't . 

JUS PRIMAE NOCTIS. See 
SEIGNIORY RIGHTS. 

JUST A SLIGHT SEXUAL PROBLEM. See 
SLIGHTLY SEXUAL. 

JUST PINE, HOW ARE YOU? By Edward 
De Roo. 26 1. A play. © Edward 
John De Roo; 29Sep67; DU69712. 

JUST PUSH THE PURPLE BUTTON, by 
Charles Frost Peters. 35 p. 
A play in 3 acts. © Charles Frost 
Peters; 6Dec67; DU70222. 

JUST WHAT THE PATIENT ORDERED, a comedy 
for women in one act by Mary Russell. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 18 p. Appl. 
author: Walter H. Baker Co., employer 
for hire. ©Walter H. Baker Co.; 
LAug67; DP6445. 

JUSTICE IS A WOMAN, a play by Jack 
Roffey & Ronald Klnnoch. London, 
English Theatre Guild. 121 p. 
(Guild library) 3 acts. © Jack 
Roffey & Ronald Klnnoch; llJul67; 
DFI898. 



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KANTAN NA ONNLANOKO. See 
KUUSOOKA YUSE NAMI . 

KARL XII REX, by Jean Bardeaux, pseud, 
of Stephen Curtis Winstead. 5 1. 
A play. ® Stephen Curtis Winstead; 
7Nov67; DU7OOI7. 

KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY, by Richard Nash. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. Adapted from 
Spring and port wine by Bill 
Naughton. Appl. states prev. reg. 
I7JUI67, DU69183. NM: revision. 
© N. Richard Nash; l6Aug67; DU69452 . 

KEEP OFF MY GRASS BABY, by William 
Lang. 86 1. A play In 6 scenes. 
© William A. Lang II; 15Aug67; 
DU69453. 

KEEP ON KEEPING ON, by Junior Samples & 
Cllf Williamson. 2 1. © Peach 
Music; 28Aug67; CI985O. 

KEEP TIGHTLY CLOSED IN A COOL DRY 
PLACE. See 

VIET ROCK, COMINGS AND GOINGS, KEEP 
TIGHTLY CLOSED IN A COOL DRY PLACE 
& THE GLOAMING, OH MY DARLING. 

KEEPING TRACK; recording script for the 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 14 1. © Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; I8sep67; CI9893. 

KEY TO THE MYSTERY OF CREATION. See 
DER SCHLOSSEL OT DEM ESTSEL DER 
SCHOPFUNG. 

THE KID RIDES AGAIN, by Marta Edwards. 
1 V. A screenplay in 2 acts. 
© Marta E. Edwards; 4Deo67; DU70199. 

THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE, a comedy 
in three acts by Frank Marcus. Lon- 
don, Hamish Hamilton. 88 p. © Prank 
Marcus; 15Nov65; AF26036. 



KILMEKY, a new musical play for child- 
ren by Jean Flynn (Jean Flynn 
Reynolds) & Anthony Osnato. 1st 
draft. 34 1. 2 acts. Based on the 
novel Kilmeny of the orchard, by 
L. M, Montgomery. Book & lyrics 
only. © Anthony Osnato & Jean Flynn 
Reynolds; 2Nov67; DU7OO31. 



KILMENY OF THE ORCHARD. 
KILMENY. 



See 



KING EDWARD THE II, by John Pagano. 
54 1. A play in 16 scenes. © John 
Pagano; llDec67; DU70242. 

KING HENRY IV, PART I; commentary, 
complete text, glossary; edited by 
Sidney Lamb. Complete study ed. 
Lincoln, Neb., Cliff's Notes. 
81 p. 5 acts. Appl. author: Clifton 
K. Hillegass, employer for hire. 
NM: addition & revision. © C. K. 
Hillegass; lSep67; A937909. 



KING SOLOMON h THE COBBLER. 
I'M SOLOMON! 



See 



KING'S SWORDSMAN, by John Karraker, 
James Hansen & James Fisher. 
2 sheets. A play. © James Glenn 
Fisher, James Craig Hansen & John 
Guy Karraker; 9Aug67; DU69366. 

KISS AND WAKE UP, a musical comedy In 
three acts with a new twist to the 
old tale of the princess who slept 
for a hundred years . . . written by 
Coffee Walker a.k.a. Lloyd I. Walker, 
music by Clark Evan a.k.a. Clark 
Evan Gassman. 1 v. © Lloyd I. 
Walker; 14Nov67; DU7OO77. 

A KISS FOR GOOD FRIDAY, a play by 

Mike Major (Michael J. Major) 45 1. 
A musical play in 3 scenes. Book 
& lyrics only. © Michael J, Major; 
7Nov67; DU7OO2I. 

THE KISSIN' MAN, an original musical 
by Phllllpa Fallon. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. NM: ad- 
dition. © Phllllpa Fallon; 6Nov67; 
DU7OOO5. 

KNACKERY FOR ALL, a paramilitary vaude- 
ville in one act by Boris Vian; 
translated by Marc Estrin. (In 
Plays for a new theater, playbook 2. 
p. 221-278) © Marc Estrin; 21Nov66; 
DP6455 . 



KNIGHT OP THE BURNING PESTLE. 
WHAT A KNIGHT. 



See 



kooky; By Dot DeCamp (Dorothy DeCamp) 
62 1. A play in 2 acts. © Dorothy 
DeCamp; 24jul67; DU69263. 

KOSHER VICTORY. See 

THE SHORTEST DAY: JUNE 5, 1^67. 

KRISTEN VETENSKAPS STANDARD (The 
standard of Christian Science) 
Foredrag over Krlsten Vetenskap 
av Martin Broones. 36 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 4Nov63, CI6178. 
NM: Swedish translation. © Martin 
Broones; 16Nov67; C20068. 

THE KURKI, an original story written 
& adapted for television by R. 0. 
Nlcoll. 30 1. © R. G. Nicoll; 
21Sep67; DU69646. 

KUUSOOKA YUSE NAMI (A dreamer on the 
shore); Kantan na onnlanoko (Not 
complicated girl); Monlo kotlo (Sense 
of concrete form & abstract) By 
Helen Gosslck. 1 v. © Helen 
Gossick; 8Aug67; C19758. 

ICWASHIORKOR; or. We will do what we 
can. A play in one act & ten songs 
by William S. Doxey. 70 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © William S. 
Doxey; 9Nov67; DP6554. 



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July — Dec. 



THE LABYRINTH, a drama In three acts 
by Robert Halduke. 1*5 1. © Robert 
Halduke; l8Deo67; DU7O338. 

LADIES OF THE TULIPS, an original 
screenplay by William Del Vlsco. 
94 1. © Anthony William Del Vlsco; 
15Dec67; DU70291. 

LADY BUG AND ME, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Bud Hoisington. 30 1. © Bud 
Hoisington; 13Nov67; DU700I13. 

LADY, IT'S COLD INSIDE; recording 
script for the Admiral Corp. by 
Jam Handy Organization. l4 1. 
©Admiral Corp.; l8Sep67; CI9882. 



LADY OR THE TIGER. See 
THE APPLE TREE. 

LADY WITH A PINK, a film by Milton 
Moses Ginsberg. 58 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 12May66, DU65771- 
NM: additions & revisions. 
© Milton Ginsberg; 27Jul67; DU69285. 

LAITY, by James Costin (Jlmmie Dean 
Costin) Kansas City, Mo., Play 
House. 15 p. A play in one act. 
© James Costin; ISepe^t; DP6421. 

THE LAND OF THE ALEPH BES, a wonder 
play for Jewish children In nine 
scenes by Samuel S. Grossman; 
illustrator: Ezekiel Schloss. 
New York, Jewish Education Committee 
Press. 102 p. NM: art work, editor- 
ial revision. © Jewish Education 
Committee of New York; 15Dec65; 
DP6485. 

LAND OF THE BRIGHT LEAF, an outdoor 

drama based on The history of Pittsyl- 
vania County by Maud Carter Clement 
& written by Frances Hallara Hurt. 
52 1. 17 scenes. © Frances Hallum 
Hurt; 25Sep67; DU69696. 

LAND OP THE PILGRIMij' PRIDE, by Elizabeth 
C. Fox. 2 sheets. A play in 2 scenes. 
© Elizabeth C. Pox; 9Aug67; DU69565. 

LANGUAGE USAGE SKILLS FOR UPPER GRADES, 
ALBUM I, by Selma Greenberg S: Anita 
Gurian. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Classroom Materials Co.; 22Jun67; 
C19856. 

LANGUAGE USAGE SKILLS FOR UPPER GRADES^ 
ALBUM II, by Selma Greenberg & Anita 
Gurian. 1 v. Recording script. 
® Classroom Materials Co.; 22Jun67; 

cigsjt. 

LANGUAGE USAGE SKILLS FOR UPPER GRADES: 
ALBUM 3, by Selma Greenberg s- Anita 
Gurian. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Classroom Materials Co.; 7Dec67; 
C20102. 

LAST CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME (Caceria 
de un hombre) Story & screenplay by 
Rene Cardona, Jr. (Rene Cardona 
Zacarlas) 92 1. English & Spanish. 
© Rene Cardona Zacarlas; l8Dec67; 
DU70294 . 

THE LAST COWBOY; written for the 
screen by Harold Jacob Smith. 
1st draft. 113 1. © Julius 
Tannenbaura; l8Sep67; DU69584. 

THE LAST FAVOR, by Thomas E. Reeves. 
Sheet. Narration. © Thomas E. 
Reeves; lSep67; CI9868. 

LAST OP THE BACCHANTfeS. See 
THE GATE GIRLS. 

LAST SCENE: MJtss BRUCIE GOES HOME, 
a play by Neil Di jjorenzo. 1 v. 
© Neil Dl Lorenzo; 26Dec67; DU70379. 



THE LAST TIME, a comedy in k scenes 
by Janet M. Washington. 30 1. 
© Janet M. Washington; I7N0V67; 
DU7OI60. 

THE LAST TRAIN TO FLOMATON, a drama in 
three acts by Madge Rltter. 110 1. 
© Madge R. Ritter; 310ct67; DU69963. 

THE LAST WIDOW, a comedy-drama by 
Lois Bailey Wills. 91 p. 
2 acts. © Lois Bailey Wills; 
250ct67; DU69966. 

THE LAST WORK, by Laslo de Khaen, 
pseud, of L. K. Herczegfalvi. 
Sheet. © Laslo de Khaen; 3JUI67; 

c 19755. 

LATE BLOOMING FLOWERS, a play in three 
acts, dramatized by Tim Kelly, from the 
book by Anton Chekhov. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 90 p . © Tim 
Kelly; 22Sep67; DP6498. 

THE LATER PLAYS OF EUGENE O'NEILL; 

edited by Travis Bogard. Ah, wilder- 
ness; A touch of the poet; Hughie; 
A moon for the misbegotten. 
New York, Modern Library. 409 P. 
(Modern Library college editions) 
NM; introd., bibliography, selected 
reading, editing & compilation. 
© Random House, Inc.; llAug67; 
A953834. 

LAUGH & BE WARY, a play in one act 
by Beatrice LaForce. Boston, 
Baker's Plays, 21 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) ©Walter H. Baker 
Co.; 28Ju167; DP6437- 

LAUGHTER FOR LAUGHTER, a new play by 
William Case. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© William Case; 27Jul67; DU69287. 

THE LAW WEST OF THE PECOS, by Elton 
Miles. 74 p. 2 acts. © Elton R. 
Miles; 15Sep67; DP655O. 

LAWRENCE OF SUBURBIA. .See 

THE DIABOLICAL BLOTT: lAWEENCE OF 
SUBURBIA. 

LEADIN' WITH STEVEN; recording script 
for the Chevrolet Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 6 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; l8Sep67; CI9895 . 
THE LEADER AS A TEACHER, by Harry 
Levinson, 9 1. A talk. ® Harry 
Levinson; 6Nov67; C20043. 
LEAN ON THE WIND, by Jeanie Strand. 
44 1. A play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Jeanie Strand; 
20ct67; DU69733. 
LEAR AND CORDELIA AT HOME: THEME AND 
VARIATIONS, by Herbert Lindenberger . 
1 V. A play in l5 parts. © Herbert 
Lindenberger; 130ct67; DU69874. 

LEARN OR TEACH BASIC BRIDGE IN THREE 
HOURS WITH WINNING TRICK COUNT, an 
oral presentation by Adrian McManus. 
40 1. © Adrian MoManus; 20ct67; 
CI9949. 
LEARNING ABOUT THINGS WITH YOUR MAGIC 
COLORS, by Lenore J. Mueller. 26 1. 
Recording script. © Lenore J. 
Mueller; l8sep67; C19864. 

LECTURES ON DRAMATIC LITERATURE IN THE 
CLASSROOM, by Bernard R. Tanner & 
Alan Downer, Jr. 1 v. Contents: 
The teaching of drama in secondary 
schools . --The crucible. --A midsum- 
mer night's dream. --St. Joan.--Tar- 
tuffe. ©Educational Laboratory 
Theatre Project, New Orleans Public 
Schools; 7Aug67; 0197 97. 

LEFT HAND OP GOD. See 
AQUARIAN HOUR. 

THE LEGACY, a one act drama by James 
Facos. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Pub. Co. 26 p. (Eldridge popular 
one act playscrlpts) © Eldridge 
Pub. Co.; lSep67; DP6557 . 



THE LEGACY, by N. S. Robbins. 41 1. 
A play. © N. S. Robbins; lDec67; 
DU7OI94 . 

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW, a musical 
play for chlldrer^ book by Tom Tlppettj 
music by Bob Hold (Robert Hold) 
lyrics by Theo Carus, pseud, of Theo 
Carus Hold. 1 v. 11 scenes. From 
the story by Washington Irving. 
© Tom Tippett, Bob Hold & Theo Carus; 
30Jun67; DU6912O. 

THE LEGEND OF THE MAN CALLED LOBO, an 
original play for motion picture & 
television serialization by Michael 
Kitsook. 90 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 6Mar59, DU48573. NM: revisions 
& additions. © Michael Kitsock; 
25Jul67; DU69267. 



LEGEND OF THE MOOR'S LEGACY. 
THE MOOR'S TREASURE. 



See 



LENNYBRUCE, by Kathy Braun. 1 v. 

A play in 2 acts. © Kathy Braun; 

6Dec67; DU70220. 
THE LENS OP TRUTH; one act teleplay 

by William E. Tubbs. 7 1- ® William 

E. Tubbs & Judith Rose Sevcik; 

270ct67; DU69943. 

LET US BE HAPPY, a play in 3 acts by 
G. Martines Sierra; English version 
by Irving S. Richter. 1 v. © Irving 
S. Richter; 270ct67; DU69935. 

LET'S BUILD A JUVENILE WORLD. See 
TOPO STA KEIATA'. 

LET'S GET BASIC, a play on teen-age 
values by Nora Stirling; discussion 
guide by Helen F. Southard. New 
York, Family Service Assn. of 
America. 27 p. (Plays for living) 
© Nora Stirling; 270ct67; DP6528. 

A LETTER FOR YOU, from Jane Knight. 
31. © Jane W. Knight; 29Mayb7; 
CI9680. 

LETTER PROM PEKING. See 
VALLEY. 

LETTER OF THE LAW; musical narration by 
William Howard Rambeau Sc Bobby 
Sherrill Rose. Sheet. © William 
Howard Rambeau & Bobby Sherrill Rose; 
28Aug67; CI9871. 

A LETTER TO GOD AT CHRISTMAS, a 
narration written by S. J. Pantis. 
2 sheets. © Salvatore J. Pantis; 
I5NOV67; C2OO89. 

LETTERS OF ANTON CHEKHOV. See 
LONG LIVE LIFE. 

THE LIBRARIAN, a play in one act by 
Fred D. White. 14 1 . © Fred D. 
White; 4Aug67; DU69358. 

A LICKPENNY LOVER, by 0. Henry, 

adapted as a one act play by Robert 
Brome. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Pub. Co. 27 p. (Eldridge popular 
one act playscrlpts) © Robert 
Brome; lSep67; DP6558. 

LIFE AT THE FAMOUS DANCE STUDIO, 
a musical comedy by Donald R. 
Campbell. 17 1. 3 acts. Book 
only. © Donald R. Campbell; 
15Sep67; DU69617. 
LIFE BEGINS AT EIGHT FORTY, a tragi- 
comedy in three acts by Paul Crine . 
1 V. © Paul Crine; 25Sep67; 
DU69686. 

THE LIFE OF HARRIET TUBMAN, a dramatiza- 
tion based on the life of the great 
leader of the underground railroad by 
Francis Ward. 9 1. ® Francis & Val 
Gray Ward; 26Feb66; A917727. 

THE LIFE OP KING HENRY THE FIFTH, by 
William Shakespeare. Waltham, Mass., 
Blaisdell Pub. Co. 128 p. (The 
Kittredge Shakespeares, rev. by 
Irving Ribner) 5 acts. NM: re- 



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vision & addition. ® Blaisdell Pub. 
Co., a division of Glnn & Co.; 
22Sep67; A956421. 
THE LIFE OF TIMON OF ATHENS, by 

William Shakespeare. Waltham, Mass., 
Blaisdell Pub. Co. 104 p. (The 
Kittredge Shakespeares, rev. by 
Irving Rlbner) 5 acts. NM: revi- 
sion & addition. © Blaisdell Pub. 
Co., a division of Ginn & Co.; 
100c t67; A956419. 
LIFE STRUGGLE AND UPRISING IN THE 

WARSAW GHETTO; oratorio by Yehuda 

Slgel, pseud, of Yehuda Zlegelman. 

97 p. © Yehuda Slgel Book Committee; 

15Jan67; DP6467. 

LIFE UNAFRAID. See 
DOI SONG VO UY. 
TI BIAG A DI AGBUTENT. 
WALANG-PANGAMBANG BUHAY. 

A LIFE'S DREAM, by Geary A. Johnson & 

Art Cain. Sheet. Recitation. 

© Geary A. Johnson & Art Cain; 

31Aug67; CI987O. 
LIGHTS! ACTION! CAMERA! Sample script 

by David L. Meister. 6 1. © David 

L. Meister; UDec67; C20126. 

LIGHTS CAMERA ACTION, by Jay Miller. 
8 1. Script for television record- 
ing. © Jay Miller; 21Nov67; 
C20095 . 

LIKE RIPE RED APPLES, a one act play by 
Elaine Berraan. 54 1. © Elaine 
Berman; 10Aug67; DU6937O. 

THE LILIES OF THE FIELD, adapted to the 
stage by F. Andrew Leslie. 
Dramatists Play Service. 57 p. 
5 acts. From the novel by William E. 
Barrett. © F. Andrew Leslie & 
William E. Barrett; 25Aug67; DP6473. 

THE LIMITS OF POTTEfW; short plays by 
Brian Henderson. 1 v. ® Brlpn R. 
Henderson; 8Nov67; C20097. 

THE LIMPING GHOST OF WEATHERCOCK HOUSE, 
a play in three acts for children by 
Olive Street Engwlcht. 69 1- 
© Olive Street Engwlcht; 19Jul67; 
DU69190. 

LINCOLN, a drama In verse by Seth 
Zimmerman. 55 1 . 5 acts. © Seth 
Zimmerman; 5Sep67; DU69532. 

LINCOLN, a new play by Milton Bernard. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Milton Bernard; 
29Dec67; DU70588. 

LINCOLN, a play in seven acts by 
Gordon V. Axon. 148 1. © Gordon 
Vose Axon; 110ct67; DU7OO63. 

LINCOLN IN LIMBO, a play in three acts 
by Eugene J. Hochman. 1 v. © Eugene 
J. Hochman: 27Dec67; DU70382. 
THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL, a work for the 
theater in two parts by Catherine 
Mulholland (Catherine Mulholland 
Hurley) 127 1. © Catherine Mul- 
holland; 25Jul67; DU69269. 

LINCOLN'S HOUSE DIVIDED, by Oliver J. 
Keller. 1 v. 4 acts. © Oliver J. 
Keller; 40ct67; DU69777. 

LINE, a play In one- act by Israel 

Horovltz. 40 1. © Israel Horovitz; 

27Nov67; DU70137. 
THE LINEBACKER, by Hal Craven (Harold 

James Craven) IJ 1. A play. 

© Harold James Craven; 17Nov67; 

DU7OO87. 

LINES ON READING THE RUBAIYAT OF 

OMAR KHAYYAM, a recitation prepared 
for oral delivery by G. A. Ginter. 
31. © G. A. Ginter; 20Sep67; 
CI9913. 

A LION ON THE LOOSE, a comedy by Don 
Luftlg (Donald L. Luftlg) 1 v. 
2 acts. © Donald L. Luftlg; 
I5NOV67; DU7QI89. 



LISTEN CAREFULLY! By Howard Thomas 
Keegan. Episode no.l. 3 1. Re- 
cording script. © Howard Thomas 
Keegan; 22Sep67; CI993I. 

LISTEN TO JACKIE HERMAN, by Jack J. 
Herman. 3 sheets. A monolog. 
© Jack J. Herman; 120ct67; C19973. 

LISTENING SKILLS FOR PRE-READERS, 
ALBUM 5, by Selma Greenberg & Anita 
Gurlan. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Classroom Materials Co.; 22Jun67; 
CI983I. 
THE LITTLE ANGEL WHO WAS ALWAYS LATE, 
by Leola Baker. Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldridge Pub. Co. 9 p. (Eldrldge 
Christmas entertainments) 5 episodes. 
© Eldridge Pub. Co.; lSep67; DP6559. 

LITTLE BECKY'S CHRISTMAS WISH, by 
Clifford Casabon & Thomas DeAngelo. 
2 sheets. © Carlman Music Co.; 
l4Dec67; C20130. 

LITTLE BILLY, a nautical opera for 
children; words & music by Michael 
Kurd. London, Novello. 2 v. Based 
on, & incorporating, a version of 
the poem by William Makepeace 
Thaclieray. © Novello & Co., Ltd.; 
lAug66; DF1895. 

A LITTLE BIRD TOLD ME, by Elizabeth 
Powers. 83 1. A play In 3 acts. 
© Elizabeth Powers; 26Dec67; DU70378. 

LITTLE FEARS, a play in one act by 
Emanuel Peluso. Dramatists Play 
Service. 25 p. ® Emanuel Peluso; 
l8Dec67; DP6566. 

LITTLE FIRA, THE CHRISTMAS TREE THAT 
LIVED FOREVER; written by H. Paul 
Gulp. 18 1. A musical teleplay. 
Book only. © H. Paul Gulp; 8Nov67; 
DU70O68. 

THE LITTLE GREEK; screenplay by 
Robert S. Epstein & George Pan 
Cosmatos. 123 1- Based on the 
story by the authors. © George Pan 
Cosmatos & Robert S. Epstein; 
26Ju167; DU69278. 

THE LITTLE PRIVATE WORLD OF ARTHUR 
MORTON FENWICK, a play by John A. 
Topa . 24 1. © John A. Topa ; 
25Sep67; DU69689. 

LITTLE RED BOW, a play for children 
by Mary Winifred Fake. 17 1. 
1 act. NM: additions. © Mary 
Winifred Fake; 20c t67; DU69732. 

THE LITTLEST ANGEL, by Bobbye Russell 
Durrett. 25 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Based on the book by Charles Taze- 
well. © Bobbye Russell Durrett 
(Mrs. R. E. Durrett, Jr.); 5Sep67; 
DU59590. 

A LIVING DOG IS BETTER THAN A DEAD 
LION, by Peter Moses. 120 1. 
A play In 3 acts. © Peter Moses; 
190ct67; DU69891. 

LIZZIE BORDEN, a family portrait in 
three acts; libretto by Kenward 
Elmslle, music by Jack Beeson. [New 
York] Boosey & Hawkes. 289 p. Based 
on a scenario by Richard Plant. 
Vocal score. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 2May66, DP6036. © Boosey & 
Hawkes, Inc.; 21Jul67; DP6448. 
LO PEI; shooting script by Nicholas 
Bart Zadeh. 69 1. © Nicholas Bart 
Zadeh; l4Jun67; DU69158. 

THE LODGER, a three act play by 

Patricia Looker. 65 1 . © Patricia 
Looker; 7Dec67; DU70228. 

LOLLIPOP DAY, a musical play in two acts. 
Book by Tom Draggett (Thomas E. Drag- 
gett); lyrics & music by Tom Draggett 
& Bill Hllborn (William Hllborn) 
1 v. NM: additions. © Thomas E. 
Draggett & William Hllborn; 2Aug67; 
DU69374 . 



THE LOLLIPOP PRINCESS, a play for paper 
dolls in one act written & illustra- 
ted by Eleanor Estes. New York, 
Harcourt, Brace & World. 1 v. 
© Eleanor Estes; l80ct67; A947643. 

LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLING DOWN! A new 
musical; book, music & lyrics by 
Don Tenenblatt. 2 v. 2 acts. 
© Don Tenenblatt; l6Aug67; DU69425. 

THE LONELY, a trilogy of three one 
act plays by Fran O'Brien. The 
visitor; The adjuster; The window 
washer. 1 v. © Fran O'Brien; 
20Nov67; DU70155. 

LONELY HEART; original play by Doris 
Mlnter. 23 1. 3 acts. Book only. 
© Doris Mlnter; 28Nov67; DU70253. 

THE LONELY LAND, by Lillle Frances 
Tucker. I08 1. A play in 3 acts ' 
with music. Book & lyrics only. 
© Lillle Frances Tucker; 40ct67; 
DU69729- 
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONO-RAMA (TELEPHONE 
SALES PRESENTATION) By Frank Porter. 
1 V. recording script. © Frank 
Porter; 29Aug67; CI9872. 
LONG HAIR'S FRIGHT. See 

THE DIABOLICAL BLOTT: A LONG HAIR'S 
FRIGHT. 

LONG LIVE LIFE, by Jerome Kilty. 

92 1. A play In 2 acts. Based on 
Letters of Anton Chekhov translated 
from the Russian & partly on a trans- 
lation from the Russian of My mock- 
ing bliss, by M. Malyugln. © Jerome 
Kilty; 8Nov67; DU70030. 

THE LONG NIGHT OF MEDEA, by Corrado 
Alvaro; translated by E. Fisher 
Friedman. 2 acts. (In Plays for 
a new theater, playbook 2. p. 1-55) 
Appl. states prev. reg. I4jan67, 
DU52307. NM: corrections & re- 
visions. © E. Fisher Friedman; 
21Nov66; DP6451. 

A LONG RED RIBBON IN HER HAIR, a play 
in two acts by Kenneth Frederick 
Collier. 31 1. © Kenneth Frederick 
Collier; 22Nov67; DU7OII6. 

THE LONG WAR, by Kevin 0' Morrison. 
3 acts. (In Playwrights for tomor- 
row, edited by A. H. Ballet. Minne- 
apolis, University of Minnesota 
Press, v. 4, p. 233-343) Appl. 
states prev. reg. 29Aug66, DU66782. 
© Kevin O'Morrison; lSep67; DP657I. 

THE LONGER THOU LIVEST & ENOUGH IS AS 
GOOD AS A FEAST, by W. Wager; edited 
by R. Mark Benbow. Lincoln, Univer- 
sity of Nebraska Press. I56 p. 
(Regents Renaissance drama series) 
NM: introd., appendixes & notes. 
© University of Nebraska Press; 
2Nov67; A949526. 

THE LONGEST MONTH, a tragicomedy by 
Rex H. Blakey (Reginald Howard 
Blakey) 114 1. 3 parts. © Rex H. 
Blakey; 15Sep67; DU697OO. 

LOOK HERE UPON THIS PICTURE, a play 
by Bertram Blooh. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Bertram Bloch; 110ct67; DU69768. 

LOOP-DE-LOO. See 

A TRIO FOR THE LIVING. 

A LOOSE CONNECTION, an original story 
written Sc adapted for television by 
J. Paul Salochin, psead. of J. Paul 
Nicholas. 3I 1. © J. Paul Nicholas; 
29NOV67; DU7OI76. 

LORD EDWARD, a play in three acts by 
Edward Michael Keelan. 65 1. 
© Edward Michael Keelan; 31Jul67; 
DU69304 . 

THE LOSER (Le dlndon) By Georges 
Feydeau, English version by Richard 
Tompkins Klein. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Richard Tompkins Klein; 
100ct67; DU69775. 



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DRAMAS 



July — Dec, 



LOSS OF MEMORY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Balker Hamid. JO 1. © Balker Hamld; 
21Sep67; DU69657. 

LOTTERY, CIRCA 196?, by Lucille Hauser. 
91. A play. © Lucille Hauser; 
llDecS?; DU70237. 

LOUIS MARSH. See 

HAMMER CRUMP; LOUIS MARSH. 

LOVE Aim HISSES, by Morris Hershman. 
14 p. A play. ©Morris Hershman; 
17Aug67; DU69t37. 
LOVE AttD LOVE, a play in three acts 
by Sybil Keln, pseud, of Consuela 
M. Provost. 3^ 1. © Consuela M. 
Provost; 3Jul67; DU69093. 

LOVE COMES TO MISS KISSINGER, a new 
musical, book by Ben A. Golding. 

1 V. 2 acts. From a short story 
by Winfred Van Atta. Boole only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 6Dec66, 
DU67259. NM: new text & dramatiza- 
tion. © Ben A. Golding; 17Jul67; 
DU69209. 

LOVE IN A TIME LIKE THIS, by J. Broady. 
2 sheets. A monologue. © Josephine 
Broady; 15Nov67; C20070. 

A LOVE-IN AT TEETERMAN ' S PARK, a 
one act play by Kay Meersand. 
81. © Kay Meersand; 110ct67; 
DU69825. 

LOVE IN E-FLAT, by Norman Krasna. 
Dramatists Play Service. 86 p. 

2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
25May66, DU655870. NM: additions & 
revision. © Norman Krasna; 25Aug67; 
DF6472. 

LOVE IS WHERE YOU FIND IT, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Mary Emily Brink. 29 1. 
© Mary Emily Brink; 19Deo67; 
DU703II. 

LOVE LIES BLEEDING (AMARANTHUS CAUDA- 
TUS) By Frank Schwartz. 78 1. 
6 scenes. © Frank Schwartz; 
26Sep67; DU697't6. 

LOVE! LOVE! LOVE! LOVE! A new comedy 
in three acts by W. C. Kelly. 1 v. 
© W. C. Kelly; 17Jul67; DU69178. 

THE LOVE SCENE, a play in thirteen 
beds by Gary Munn. 155 1- © Gary 
Munn; 3Jul67; DU69097 . 

LOVE SHALL OVERCOME, a musical play 
by Roger B. Rollin. 1 v. 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. ® Roger B. 
Rollin; 20Jul67; DU69317. 

LOVE THAT NEVER MAS, by Jagga. K. , 
pseud, of Jag Mohan Kapur. 201 1. 
A play. © Jag Mohan Kapur; 
29Dec67; DU70389. 

LOVELIEST AFTERNOON OF THE YEAR. See 
SOMETHING I'LL TELL YOU TUESDAY & THE 
LOVELIEST AFTERNOON OF THE YEAR. 

LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, by William Shake- 
speare; text edited by Charles Jasper 
Slsson, commentary by J. V. Cunning- 
ham, introd. by Francis Fergusson. 
New York, Dell Pub. Co. (5106) I9I p. 
(The Laurel Shakespeare) 5 acts. 
Appl. author: Dell Pub. Co., Inc., 
employer for hire. NM: commentary & 
glossary. ©Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 
l6Dec65; A933692. 

LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, by William 
Shakespeare; text edited by Charles 
Jasper Slsson, commentary by J . V. 
Cunningham, introd. by Francis Fer- 
gusson. New York, Dell Pub. Co. 
(5105) 191 p. (The Laurel Shake- 
speare, Francis Fergusson, general 
editor) 5 acts. NM: new Introd. 
©Francis Fergusson; l6Dec65; 
A933693. 



LUCIUS JUNIUS BRUTUS, by Nathaniel 
Lee; edited by John Loftis. Lincoln, 
University of Nebraska Press. 107 p. 
(Regents Restoration drama series) 
NM: collation of old editions, in- 
trod., appendixes & notes. © Uni- 
versity of Nebraska Press; 2Nov67; 
A949524. 

LUDUS COVENTRIES. See 
THE PARLEMENT OF HEFNE. 

THE LUNCH HOUR, by Craig D. Clinton. 
50 1. A play in 4 scenes. © Craig 
D. Clinton; 5 Jul67 ; DU69108. 

LYDIA SAGEBRUSH'S DILEMMA; or. At the 
stroke of midnight. By William J. 
Hayden. 19 1. A play. © William J. 
Hayden; 19Jul67; DU69203. 

LYLE, an original musical by Roger 
Sullivan, based on the characters 
created by Bernard Waber. Book by 
Roger Sullivan, music by Janet Gari, 
lyrics by Toby Garson, presented by 
Marilyn Cantor. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book only. © Roger Sullivan; 15Nov67; 
DU7OIO6. 

THE LYRICS GAME, created by Thelma 
Rosen & Shirley Franklin. 1 v. 
Script. © Thelma Rosen & Shirley 
Yvonne Franklin; 9Aug67; CI9817. 

LYSISTRATA. See 

THEY WHO DISBAND THE ARMIES. 



M 



MA AND THE KIDS, a Paper Bag play for 
children to perform by Judith Martin, 
except for suppertime which was sug- 
gested by Irving Burton, developed 
by present & former Paper Bag Players 
Betty Osgood & others. Sheet. 
Appl, author: Paper Bag Players, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Paper 
Bag Players, Inc.; lSep66; DP6504. 

THE MAD MISADVENTURES OF MORTIMER LAMB, 
by Iris York, pseud, of Eileen 
MacPherson. I v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics, with 
music to 1 song. © Eileen 
MacPherson; 24Nov67; DU7028I. 

MADEMOISELLE FROM MULESHOW; book & 
lyrics by Paul Zindel, music by 
Th.eo Fanidi, pseud, of Hercules 
Theofandis. 1 v. © Paul Zindel 
& Hercules Theofandis; 27Jul67; 
DU6929O. 

MAGEE AND ME, a play for television 
by Richard Farley. 133 1. 
© Richard Farley; 24Aug67; 
DU69478. 

MAGGIE FLYNN (BEAUTIFUL MRS. FLYNN); 
book by John Flaxman, music & 
lyrics by Hugo & Luigi & George 
Weiss. 1 V. A musical play in 
2 acts . © on book; Maggie Flynn 
Co., division Pegasus Productions, 
Inc. & H & L Productions, Inc.; 
120c t67; DU69802. 

THE MAGGOT, by Joseph Fioravanti. 
35 1. A play. ® Joseph A. 
Fioravanti; 29Dec67; DU70387. 

THE MAGIC BICYCLE, an original musical 
by Edward Mann, music & lyrics by 
Marilyn & Edward Mann. 1 v. A 
screenplay. Based on an idea by 
David borival Mann. © Edward Mann & 
Marilyn Mann; 10Jul67; DU69215 . 

THE MAGIC GOBLET, a commedia scenario 
for children's audience by Kenneth L. 
Chomont & Nancy E. Kelley. 13 1. 
© Kenneth Louis Chomont & Nancy 
Elizabeth Kelley; 28Aug67; DU69505 . 

MAGIC KEY. 4 1. Commercial script. 
© Newhoff-Blumberg Advertising 
Agency, Inc.; 7Nov67; C20052. 



THE MAGIC OF DOMENICA, by Francis 
Fortler & John Mawson. 10 1. 
A script. © Francis J. Fortler & 
John Mawson; 5Sep67; C19972 . 
THE MAGIC WAND, by Tony Grant (Anthony 
Grant) 2 sheets. © Tony Grant; 
21Aug67; CI9829. 
THE MAGNIFICENT FIVE; recording script 
for the Pontiac Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 15 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; l8Sep67; C19907 . 

THE MAGNIFICENT MORTAL, by W. W. Tobin. 
24 1. A play in 2 scenes. 
© William W. Tobin; 3ON0V67; 
DU7OI87. 

THE MAIDEN FROM THE FAIRYWORLD; or. 
The peasant as millionaire. A 
romantic- comic fairytale with music 
in three acts by Ferdinand Ralmund; 
translated from the German & adapted 
by Erwln Tramer. Book & lyrics 
only. © Erwln Tramer; 28jul67; 
DU69297 . 

MAK, THE SHEEP STEALER, a musical 
drama for young people; music by 
Herbert Chappelly libretto by Don 
Taylor., [England] Universal Edition 
(14606) '60 p. Full score. ©Uni- 
versal Edition (London) Ltd.; 
200ct67; DPO-1573. 

THE MAKROPOULOS CASE, by Leos Janacek; 
an opera based on tjie play of the 
same name by Karel Capek. German 
translation & adaptation by Max Brod, 
English translation by Norman Tucker. 
[Austria] Universal Edition (14535) 
45 p. English. Libretto. © Uni- 
versal Edition A.G.; 70ct66; DFI89O. 

MA.LADE IMAGINAIRE. See 
MOLIEKE. 

MALONE'S END, a farce in one-act by 
Alan Marlis. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © Alan Philip Marlis; 22Dec67: 
DL'70363. 
MAMA, DON'T MAKE ME GO TO COLLEGE, MY 
HEAD HURTS, by Scat Lerimer, pseud, 
of Martha A. Fuentes. 37 1- 
A play. © Martha A. Fuentes; 
lDeo67; DU70195- 
MAME; book by Jerome Lawrence & Robert 
E. Lee, music & lyrics by Jerry 
Herman. New York, Random House. 
137 p. 2 acts. Based on the novel 
by Patrick Dennis &- the play Auntie 
Mame, by Lawrence & Lee. Book & 
lyrics only. © on text; Jerome 
Lawrence & Robert E. Lee; 3Apr67; 
DP6483. 

MAMMON AND THE ARCHER, by 0. Henry, 
adapted as a one act play by 
Robert Brome. Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldridge Pub. Co. 25 p. (Eldridge 
popular one act playscripts) 
© Robert Brome; lSep67; DP6555 . 

A MAN CALLED BRAZOS, by Albert T. 
Viola & Harold G. Lewis. 97 1. 
A screenplay. © Albert T. Viola & 
Harold G. Lewis; 21Sep67; DU69664 . 

A MAN CALLED SAMSON, a drama in three 
acts by Esther Lee Thompson. 38 1. 
© Esther Lee Thompson; 5Sep67; 
DU69526 . 

A MAN FOR ALL AGES, by John M. Lauri- 
tano. 14 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© John M. Laurltano; l6Aug67; 
DU69424. 

A MAN FOR THE TIMES, a play in three 
acts by Carolyn Judge Hursch. 71 J. 
® Carolyn Judge Hursch; 15Dec67; 
DU70287. 

THE MAN PROM UNCLE MEETS THE GIRL FROM 
AUHT, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Joyce 
Poling. 30 1. © Joyce Poling; 
60c t67; DU698II. 



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A MAN WHO, a new comedy by Robert 
England. 97 1. 2 acts. © Robert 
England; 300ct67; DU69948. 
THE MAN WHO DUG FISH, by Ed Bullins. 
15 1. A play. © Ed Bullins; 
90ct67; DU70278. 
MAN WITH A LOAD OF MISCHIEF; music by 
John Clifton, lyrics by John Clifton 
& Ben Tarver, book by Ben Tarver. 
2 V. Appl. author: Donald Goldman, 
employer for hire. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 'iFehSG, DU65002. NM: 
addition & revision. ©Donald Gold- 
man; 30Jun67; DU69175. 
THE MAN WITH THE PLAIN NAME, a play 
in three acts by Dan Alan Goldstein. 
151 1. ® Dan Alan Goldstein; 
6sep67; DU69551. 

THE MAN WITH THE STOVEPIPE HAT, a play 
by Benjamin Roeetree, pseud, of 
Benjamin Rosenbaum. 1 v. © Ben 
Rosetree; l4Nov67; DU70345. 

MAN- WOMAN, by Burdon & others. 

2 sheets. Appl. authors; Eric Burdon, 
Vic Brlggs, Johnny Welder, Barry 
Jenkins & Danny MoCulloch. © Sea- 
Lark Enterprises, Inc., Yameta Co., 
Inc. & Slaraina Music, Ltd.; 300ct67; 
C20055 . 
LA MANDRAGORA; guion cinematografico de 

Gabriel Moreno-Burgos Suarez. 

69 1. © Gabriel Moreno-Burgos 

Suarez; l8Sep67; DU69679. 

MANEATER, by Charles Gagne . 114 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Charles Gagne; 
130c t67; DU69806. 
MANEUVERS COURSE, SECTION E-H, 
NARRATION, by Paul E. Sanderson. 
4 V. Scripts of disc recorded 
narrations to be reproduced as educa- 
tional lectures. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 170ct67; C20022, 20019-20021. 

THE MANNA NIGHT IN I.C.U., a drama 
by Walter S. J. Swanson. 55 1. 
2 acts. ©Walter S. J. Swanson; 
60ct67; DU60809. 

A MAN'S WORK, introd. recording by 

Gordon Jay Llsh. 1 v. © Educational 
Development Corp.; 25Sep67; C19948. 

MARCABRU, a new play by Jeffery W. 
Kurz. 40 1. 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Jeffery W. Kurz; 26Dec67; 
DU70366. 



MARCUS . See 
QUARTET . 

THE MARK OF A MANAGER; recording script 
for Hoover Co. 11 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © Hoover Co.; 
10 Jul 67; CI9742. 

MARGUERITE (La Marguerite) A play in 
one act by Armahd Salacrou; English 
version by Norman Stokle . (In Three 
plays by Armand Salacrou. Minneapo- 
lis, University of Minnesota Press, 
p. 191-217) © University of Minne- 
sota; 8Sep67; DP6514. 

MARIO'S MILLION; screenplay by Warren 
Kiefer. 150 1. © Warren Kiefer; 
29Sep67; DU69710. 

MARK TWAIN. See 

SAY HELLO TO THE WORLD. 
MARRIAGE, AVANT-GARDE, by Leo Goldman. 
56 1. A play. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 31Mar60, DU50727. NM: addition 
& revision. © 9Aug67; DU69368. 

THE MARRIAGE MUSEUM, a play in two acts 
by Elyse Na.ss . 72 1. © Elyse Nass; 
i8Ju167; DU69189- 

THE MARRIED COUPLES GROUP, by Florine 
R. Snider. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Florine R. Snider; 26Dec67; 
DU70377. 



MARTHA; or. The fair at Richmond, 
a comic romantic opera in two acts. 
Music by Friedrich von Flotow, 
libretto by W. Friedrich, English 
version by George Mead. Ed. 2753- 
New York, G. Schirmer. Sk p. 
(G. Schirmer' s collection of opera 
librettos) Libretto. © G. Schirmer, 
Inc.; 29Sep67; DP65OI. 

THE MARTYRDOM OF BILLY GIRARD, a play 
in three acts written by Joseph L. 
Turner. 1 v. © Joseph L. Turner; 
16Nov67; DU7OI65. 

LE MARTYRE DE SAINT SEBASTIEN, de 

Claude Debussy & Gabriele d'Annunzio; 
adaptation de Henri Doublier. 
Paris, Durand. 58 p. 2 parts. 
© Durand & Cie; 26Jan67; DFO-I566. 

THE MARVELOUS PLAYBILL, a comedy in 
one act by Tim Kelly. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 25 P- After 
Miguel Cervantes' El retablo de 
las maravillas. © Tim Kelly; 
20Sep57; DP6488. 

MARVELSNITZ; book & lyrics by Richard 
G. Freedberg, music by F. Paul 
Ratschof. 1 V. 3 acts. NM: 
musical score. © Richard G. Freed- 
berg & F. Paul Ratschof; 4Dec67; 
DU70258. 

MARVELSNITZ, by Richard G. Freedberg 
8c S. Paul Ratschoff. 26 1. A mu- 
sical play. © Richard G. Freedberg 
& S. Paul Ratschoff; 19Jun67; 
DU69082 . 

THE MARY OLIVER COFFEE BREAK, WHERE 
BOOKS AND PEOPLE GET TOGETHER, by 
Mary Oliver. 11 1. Script. 
© Mary Oliver; 22Sep67; C19920. 

MARY COURAGEOUS, a television film 
program by Jesse W. Scott. 38 1. 
© Jesse Webster Scott; 24Aug67; 
DU69560. 

THE MASK, a play in one act by Dorothy 
Russell Murphree. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 35 p. Includes words & 
music to I can't go home again 
written especially for The mask by 
T. Garvice Murphree. Appl. states 
prev. reg. I966, DU66792. NM: re- 
vision. © Dorothy Russell Murphree; 
20Nov67; DP6546. 

THE MASKS BEHIND THE CLOWN'S FACE, 
by James Matthew Carter, Jr. 1 v. 
A play. © James Matthew Carter, 
Jr.; 240ct67; DU69885. 

THE MASQUE OF PIERROT, a masque in one 
act by Dan Totheroh. London, 
S. French. 29 p. © Dan Totheroh; 
19Jun67; DP6477. 

THE MASSACRE BOWL, by James Olin 
Hawkins. 8 1. A script. © James 
Olin Hawkins; l60ot67; C19975. 

THE MASTER, a play in two acts by 
Ivan Klima; adapted from Czech by 
Ruth Willard. 74 1. © Ruth Willard; 
130c t67; DU69871. 

MASTER OF DREAMS, by Mollee C. Kruger. 
22 1. A play. © Mollee C. Kruger; 
100ct67; DU69852. 

EL MATADOR, by Don Bowman & Ray Kinna- 
mon. 2 1. © Parody Pub. Co.; 
3Jul67; C 19676. 

THE MATCH, a comedy-drama in one act 
by Belle Rosow. 36 1. © Belle 
Rosow; 200ct67; DU69896. 

MATH IS DER MALER. See 

THE TEMPTATION OF ST. ANTHONY. 

MAYBE IN PHOENIX, a one act play by 
element Fowler. 41 1. © Clement 
D. Fowler; 20Dec67; DU70316. 

MAYBE THIS TIME, a play with music 

in two acts by Naomi Sheldon. 120 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Naomi 
Sheldon; 31Aug67; DU69487. 



MAYPOLE VILLAGE SERIES, by Dayle 
Crawferd S- Joan Raeside. 1 v. 
4 plays. Contents: The tractor 
tripper bus. --The spring flower 
fair. --Strawberry festival. — In- 
vitation Hollywood. With music. 
© Dayle Crawferd & Joan Raeside; 
3Jul67; DU69103. 

THE MEANING OF CURRENT REALITY, by 
John A. Turner. 91. © John A. 
Turner; 300ct67; C19997. 

THE MEANING OF STRUCTURE, by John 
A. Turner. 9 1- Lecture. 
© John A. Turner; 22Jun67; CI9802. 

MEDEA, MYTH AND DRAMATIC FORM; edited 
by James L. Sanderson & Everett 
Zimmerman. Boston, Houghton Mif- 
flin. 337 P- 5 plays. NM: introds., 
questions & notes. © James L. 
Sanderson &: Everett Zimmerman; 
28Sep67; A943625. 

MEDIC. See 

I STARTED OUT AS A CHILD. 

THE MEDIUM; tragedy in two acts. Words 
& music by Gian Carlo Menotti. Rev. 
version. New York, G. Schirmer. 
121 p. Vocal score. © G. Schirmer, 
Inc.; 90ct67; DP6511. 

MEET A VIP; recording script for Admiral 
Corp. 12 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Organization. © Admiral Corp.; 
IOJUI67; CI9735. 
MEET LITTLE WOLFGANG, a portrait of the 
child Mozart in one act by Ann Steven- 
son (Anna N. Stevenson) 10 1. 
© Ann Stevenson; 19Jul67; DU6919I. 

THE MEETING OF THE GENERAL STAFF; 

written by Lou Verne (Louis L. Verne) 
42 1. A play in 2 acts. © Louis L. 
Verne; 24Nov67; DU70256. 

MEGALOMANIA OF MYTHIAS MYTHY, by 
Thomas F. Graham. Akron [Ohio] 
Be aeon -Be 11 Books. I8 p. A play 
in 4 acts. © Thomas P. Graham; 
lAug67; A949563. 
THE MEGANTIC OUTLAW, a true story of 
the Scotch settlements in the 
eastern townships, I88O-I887, a 
television drama by Vincent O'Brien. 
60 1. Original research on story of 
Donald Morrison, the raegantic outlaw, 
by Vincent O'Brien. © Vincent 
O'Brien; 24Aug67; DU697OI . 

MEIN INHERES 1ST ZERRISSEN; elne Folge 
von Monologen & Aphorismen von 
Johann Nestroy; ausgewcLhlt & 
zusammengestellt von Oscar Deleglise. 
18 1. © Oscar Deleglise; 20Nov67; 
C20075 . 

THE MELTING OF MOLLY, a comic opera 
in one act by Leroy Ostransky. 
1 V. © Leroy Ostransky; 29Jun67; 
DU69217 . 

MELTING POT. See 

THE ROSEBUSH IN THE DESERT. 

MEN OF ONE MASTER, a documentary 
epic of the Meetinghouse Amish; 
music by Glen Morgan, book & lyrics 
by Brad Smoker (J. Bradley Smoker) 
1 V. © Glen E. Morgan & J. Bradley 
Smoker; llSep67; DU69557. 
THE MENAECHMI TWINS, by Plautus, acting 

version by Robert A. Johnston. 77 p. 

A musical play in 3 acts. Book & 

lyrics only. ® Robert A. Johnston; 

5Jan67; DP6497. 
MERCHANT OF VENICE; commentary, com- 
plete text, glossary edited by Sid- 
ney Lamb. Complete study ed. Lin- 
coln, Neb., Cliff's Notes. 70 p. 
Appl. author: Clifton K. Hlllegass, 
employer for hire. NM: additions & 
revisions. ® C. K. Hlllegass; 
25Aug67; A936953. 
MERCHA,NT OF VENICE. See 
SHYLOCK. 



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MERCY ME, by Jean Reavey. 1 v. 
A play In 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. aitSepSS, DU63976. NM: 
addition 8: revision. © Jean Reavey; 
240ct67; DU59914. 

T?ffi MERIVALES, a play by Caleb Smith 
a.k.a. Jerry T. Chandler. 1 v. 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU68828. NM: revision. © Caleb 
Smith; 7Sep67; DU69563. 
THE MESSENGER, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by I. D. Thomas. 31 1. © I. D. 
Thomas; 24Nov67; DU70122. 

METHUSALEM; or, the eternal bourgeois . 
A satiric drama by Yvan Goll; trans- 
lated by Arthur S. Wenslnger & Clin- 
ton J. Atkinson. 9 scenes. (In 
Plays for a new theater, playbook 2. 
p. 57-100) Appl. states prev. reg. 
12Feb65, 01162445. NM: corrections 
& revisions. © Clinton J. Atkinson 
& Arthur S. Wenslnger; 21Nov65; 
DP6452. 

LE METRO PANTOME sulvl de L'ESCLAVE, 
de LeRol Jones; adaptation francalse 
d'Erlo Kahane. [Paris] Galllmard. 
l49 p. (Le Manteau d'arlequln) 
© Editions Galllmard; l6May67; 
DFO-1552. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, by William 
Shakespeare, adapted for young 
people with added music & dance by 
Bill Moss (William A. Moss, Jr.) 
1 V. 5 scenes. ® William A. Moss, 
Jr. & Beatrice R. Moss; 26Sep67; 
DU69742. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. See 

LECTURES ON DRAMATIC LITERATURE IN 
THE CLASSROOM. 

UN MILLIEME DE SECONDE; trols actes de 
Jean Laborde. 100 1. A play. 
© Jean Laborde; 30Jun67; DU69159. 

MILLION SELLER, by Robert G. Jennings 
Corp. 4 1. Radio script. © Robert 
G. Jennings Corp.; l4Dec67; C20129. 

MILO, a play in two acts by David 
Rush. 30 1. © David Rush; 3Jul67; 
DU69166 . 

THE MINSTREL SHOW, a play in one act 
by Leslie D. Perry. 42 1. © Leslie 
David Perry; 5Nov67; DU70012. 

LE MIRACLE DE THEOPHILE. See 
TROIS PIECES MEDIEVALES. 

MIRAGE AT MIDNIGHT, by N. T. Loos- 
Blanck, pseud, of Ninette Blanc. 
127 1. A play in 3 acts. © N. T. 
Loos-Blanck; l8Aug67; DU69451. 

MIRROR, MIRROR, a one act play written 
by patients in the Flaywriting Group, 
Dept. of Recreation Therapy of Timber- 
lawn Psychiatric Center. 26 1. 
Appl. authors: Lois Tlmmlns & others. 
© Lois Tlmmlns; 22Nov67; DU7OIOO. 

MISANTHROPE. See 
MOLIERE. 

MISSILE INVESTIGATED, by Jan McLendon. 
Sheet. © McLendon Corp.; 26Jun67; 
CI966I. 

MISSISSIPPI GOES TO VIETNAM, a play 
in 3 acts by Rolf Lium. 1 v. 
© Rolf Lium; 15Dec67; DU70286. 

MR. A. K, , a comedy in three acts by 
Renee Cohen. 1 v. © Renee Cohen; 
6Dec67; DU70221. 

MISTER DIRECTOR. See 
CHANNEL CHE. 

ME. LINCOLN FOR THE DEFENSE. See 
HANNAH ARMSTRONG'S LINCOLN. 

MR. LINCOLN IN THE HOUSE, a dramatiza- 
tion by John Welden. 11 1. 
© John Sterling Welden; l8Dec67; 
DU70298. 



MR. SPARKY OF ANGEL FOREST, an original 
three act play by Sandra Lee Olsen. 
82 1. A play with music. Book & 
lyrics only. © Sandra Lee Olsen; 
I5N0V67; DU70101. 

MR. STAR, a musical drama by James J. 
Qulnn III. 52 1. 2 acts. Book only. 
© James J. Quinn III; 7Aug67; DU69384 . 

MRS. HURLEY THE SPINSTER, a mystery 
drama by Caleb Smith a.k.a. Jerry T. 
Chandler. 1 v. 2 acts. NM: addi- 
tions. © Jerry T. Chandler; 15Aue67: 
DU69408. 

MISTRESS WILLS, by Margaret Carrlel. 
85 1. A play in 2 acts. © Margaret 
Kearfott Carrlel; 22Dec67; DU70356. 
MODELS OF PERSONALITY, by Herbert L. 
Klemme. 9 1. A lecture. © Herbert 
L. Klemme; 6nov67; C 2004 6. 

MODERN PSYCHIATRY, by Valerian Smith, 
pseud, of Agnes T. Morrissey. 17 1. 
A play in 15 scenes. ©Agnes T. 
Morrissey; 17Aug57; DU69485. 

MODERN READING III SKILLTAPE PROGRAM, 
by Charles E. Merrill Books, Inc. 
1 V. 37 lessons & 7 special skills 
lessons. © Charles E. Merrill Books, 
Inc.; 10Aug57; C19807. 

MOLIERE; Theatre II. Dom Juan; ou, 
Le festin de Pierre; Le misanthrope; 
L'avare; Le malade imaginaire. 
[Paris] Tresor des Lettres Francaises. 
4o5 p. Avant-propos de Jacques 
Charpier. © Llbralrie Jules Tal- 
landler; 30Apr57; AFO-51753. 

MOLLY DAflLING, an original stoiTT 

written & adapted for television by 
Eva McEvers. 3O 1. © Eva McEvers; 
20ot57; DU59751. 

MOMENT OF TRUTH; recording script for 
the Pontiac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. I6 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; l8Sep57; C19905. 

MOMENTUM; movie script written by 
William E. Alderman, m.uslc & lyrics 
also by William E. Alderman. 2 v. 
© William E. Alderman; 20ot67; 
DU59761. 

MON BEAU CHATEAU. See 
LA PAGAILLE. 

MONDAY MORNING, a domestic episode in 
one act by Catherine Mulholland 
('Catherine Mulholland Hurley) 
35 1. NM: revision. © Catherine 
Mulholland Hurley; 23Jun57; DU59125. 

THE MONGREL EXCELLENCY, a new play in 
two acts by Louis S. Bardoly. 1 v. 
© Louis S. Bardoly; 20Nov57; 
DU70154 . 

MONKEY MUSIC, a play In three acts 
by Margaret Lamb. 101 1. © Mar- 
garet Lamb; 23Cct57; DU59913. 

MONKEY-SHINES; or. Crime in Orangoutanga 
A one -act play by Tony Bruno. 85 1. 
© Tony Bruno; 7Aug57; DU69352. 

MONLO KOTLO. See 
KUUSOOKA YUSE NAMI. 

MOODS IN REINCARNATION; production 
copy, vol. III. Muslc-text-lyrics 
by Irvick. Hollywood, Irvick Pub. 
House. 118 p. ©Will Irvick d.b.a. 
Irvick Pub. House; l4Nov57; DP6530. 

MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN. See 

THE LATER PLAYS OP EUGENE O'NEILL. 

MOONBOY. See 

HEAVEN-SENT. 
THE MOONLIGHTING HOUSEWIFE; script by 

Zac Walters (Zackie C. Walters) 

71. 2 monologs. © Zackie C. 

Walters; 60ct67; C 19954 . 

MOONSHINING, by Jiinior Samples & Clif 
Williamson. 2 1. © Peach Music; 
28Aug67; C19851- 



THE MOOR'S TREASURE, a play for 
children's theater by Ray Mount 
& Elizabeth Keyes Mount. 65 1. 
10 scenes. Based on The legend 
of the Moor's legacy in Washington 
Irving '5 The Alhambra. © Ray Mount 
& Elizabeth Keyes Mount; l4Aug67; 
DU59432. 
A MOPPET GOES TO MUSIC LAND, a musical 

play In three acts by Ellyn Lance 

Terwane, pseud, of Melvern K. Judd. 

96 1. Book only. © Melvern K. Judd; 

3N0V67; DU70333. 

MORAL AND ENTERTAINING ON THE MUSICAL 
HERITAGE OF THE AMERICAN THEATRE; 
lecture no.l delivered by Angela 
Talbot. 23 1. © Angela S. Talbot; 
20Sep67; CI9879. 
MORALITIES; adapted from Aesop by W. H. 
Auden, music by H. W. Henze . 3 !• 
Libretto only. © W. H. Auden; 
31Aug57; DU6958O. 

THE MORE THE MERRIER, a musical book 
& some lyrics by Chester Erskine. 
134 1. 2 acts. © Chester Erskine; 
17Nov57; D'J70l5l. 

MORT D'UNE BALEINE; comedie dramatique 
en 4 actes, de Jacques Jaquine, 
pseud, of Jack Glachino. 78 1. 
© Jacques Jaquine; 24Jul67; DU69349. 

A MOST INFERIOR WITCH, an original 
play by Betty Bramson. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 22 p. 
(Eldridge popular one act playscripts) 
© Eldridge Pub. Co.; lSep67; 
DP6561. 

THE MOST WONDERFUL SOUND IN THE WORLD, 
by June Brindel. I3 1. Recording 
script. © June Brindel; 2Nov57; 
C20094. 

MOTHER'S PRIDE. See 
THE STAGE MOTHER. 

MOURNERS AT THE BIER. See 
A TRIO FOR THE LIVING. 

MOUSE ON THE MOON, a comedy in two 
acts adapted by Christopher Sergei 
from the book by Leonard Wlbberley. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 96 p. 
© Leonard Wlbberley & Christopher 
Sergei; lDec67; DP6547. 

MOUZMAL, a new play by Nellise Child 
(Nelllse Child Rosenfeld) 1 v. 
2 acts. © Nellise Child; 13Nov57; 
DU70059. 

THE MOVIE MAKERS; shooting script for 
half hour TV pilot film by Bruce 
Williamson. 17 1. © Bruce William- 
son; 19Sep57; DU69627. 

MOVING OUT & A GARDEN PARTY; two 
plays by Brendan Behan; Introduced 
by Mlcheal hAodha, edited by 
Robert Hogan. Dixon, Calif., Pro- 
scenium Press. 28 p. (The Short 
play series, no. 3) © Beatrice 
Behan; lApr57; DP6457. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by George Lyman 
Klttredge. 2d ed. Waltham, Mass., 
Blaisdell Pub. Co. 109 p. (The 
Klttredge Shakespeares, rev. by 
Irving Rlbner) 5 acts. © Blaisdell 
Pub. Co., division of Glrm & Co.; 
7Sep67; A948928. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by Oscar James 
Campbell, Alfred Rothschild & Stuart 
Vaughan. Bantam globe Shakespeare 
commemorative ed. New York, Bantam 
Books. 210 p. (A Bantam classic, 
SC308) © on introductory material; 
Bantam Books, Inc.; lMay57; A923951. 



MUHALLIL IN MANHATTAN. 
WHO'S WHOOSE. 



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THE MULATTO'S ORGY, by Lulsa Joseflna 
Hernandez, translated by William I. 
Oliver. 53 1. A play. © William I. 
Oliver; 21Aug67; BUGgh^d. 

THE MULCHING OF SOURSOP, a two act 
play by Charles E. Hamlin. 29 1. 
© Charles E. Hamlin; 26Jul67; 
DU69280 . 
THE MUMMY'S MASK, an original screenplay 
by Chris Fellner (Christopher Allyn 
Fellner) I03 1. © Chris Fellner; 
19Jul67; DU69198. 

MURDER CASTS A LONG SHADOW, by Frankie 
Leahy. I63 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Frankie B. Leahy; 17Aug67; DU69439. 
MUSICAL EXPERIENCES FOR BASIC LEARNING 
READINESS: I GO TO SCHOOL, a script 
prepared for . . . Classroom Materials 
Co., written by Lois Raebeck. 25 1. 
Recording script. © Lois Raebeck; 
270ct67; C20029. 
THE MUSICALENDAE, by Genevieve K. 
Arnold. 25 p. Song-story for 
primary grades. © Genevieve K. 
Arnold; 15Sep67; DP6551. 
MUST CHRISTIAN POETRY WEAR DINGY 
HOOPSKIRTS? by Elva McAllaster. 
14 1. © Elva McAllaster; WSep67: 
CI9874. 

MY BOY, MY SON, by Luther C. Whltsitt. 
89 1. A play in 5 acts. © Luther 
Clinton Whltsitt; llDec67; DU70239. 

MY BUDDY CARL, by Robert R. Thompson. 
2 1. © Asa Music Co.; 25Sep67; 

c 19937. 

MY DREAM CAME TRUE, an original story 
vrritten & adapted for television by 
Carolyn M. Johnson. 32 1. © Carolyn 
M. Johnson; 40ct67; DU69787. 

MY ENEMY, MY SON, a drama in two acts 

by Frank 0' Donne 11. 89 1. Appl. 

states prev. reg. NM: revision. 

© F. J. O'Donnell; llAug67; DU69426. 
MY MOCKING BLISS. See 

LONG LIVE LIFE. 
MY NAME IS DON-DON, an original story 

written % adapted for television by 

Mary W. Ruth. 25 1. © Mary W. 

Ruth; 29Nov67; DU7OI7I. 
MY NEXT OF KIN, a drama about today 

by Marvin Davis. 1 v. 3 acts. 

© Marvin Davis; 5Nov67; DU70013. 
MY OWN LION, an original story written 

^ adapted for television by Retta 

Ewers. 33 1. © Retta Ewers; 

21Sep67; DU69653. 
MY POOR MARAT; dialogues In three 

parts by Alexei Arbuzev; trans- 
lated by Irene Moore. 124 1. 

© American Center for Stanislavskl 

Theatre Art, Inc.; eNove7; DU70011. 
MY SENTENCE OF TWENTY YEARS, an 

original story written & adapted for 

television by William Underelner. 

31 1. © William Underelner; 29Nov67; 

DU70181. 
MYRRH BRING I, by Alvin Reiss. 47 1. 

2 acts. © Alvin Reiss; 3Jul67; 

DU69167 . 
MYSTERIOUS CAPER, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 

Barbara Schuster. 31 1- © Barbara 

Schuster; 3Nov67; DU69993. 
THE MYSTERY COWBOY; created & developed 

by George Hope. 36 1. © George 

Hope; 10Jul67; DU69169- 
MYTHS, SYMBOLS AND THE RATIONALE OF 

REVOLUTION, by Sidney Hook. 29 1. 

Appl. ti.: The symbols, myths and 

rationale of revolution. © Sidney 

Hook; 22Sep67; C19934. 



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THE NARHENSCHNEIDEH; or, The fool- 
ectomy, by Hans Sachs & I. E. Clark. 
1 V. (A Stage magic play) NM: 
translation, revisions & additions. 
© I. E. Clark; 15Aus67; A936720. 



NASTASYA'S THEME FROM THE IDIOT, by 
Peter Ramsey. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. Adapted from the novel by 
Dostoyevesky . © Peter Ramsey; 
300ct67; DU69958. 

NATIONAL HOROSCOPE, by Carlysle 
Carter (Mary B. Carter) 28 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Mary B. 
Carter; 13Nov67; DU70041. 

NATIVITY BY LANTERM LIGHT, a play for 
infants; libretto by Juliet Averay; 
music by Desmond Ratcliffe. London, 
Novello. 1 V. © Novello & Co., 
Ltd.; lAug67; DFO-1565. 

NATURAL MEMORY DEVELOPMENT, by James 
W. Welgos. 1 V. 18 lectures. 
© James W. Welgos; 17Jul67; C19701. 

LE NATUREL; piece en un acte de Claude 

Ambares, pseud, de Jean Claude Vallee. 

29 1. © Claude Ambares; l80ct67; 
DU69905 . 

THE NAUGHTY PRINCESS, a play with 
music for children in two acts by 
Grant Code. 1 v. 2 acts. © Grant 
Code; 21Nov67; DU7OII5. 

NEAR A TEMPLE. SSS 
WITHIN A TEMPLE. 

THE NEAR PERFECT MURDER, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Blue Denim Melodear, 
pseud, of George L Poole. 33 1- 
© George L. Poole; 10Jul67; DU6917I. 

NEEDS MAKE THE DIFFERENCE; recording 
script for the Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion. l4 1. © Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; l8Sep67; 
CI9896. 

NEON SUN, by Janie M. Edwards. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Janie M. 
Edwards; lAug67; DU69916. 

THE NEST, an original story & screen- 
play by Herbert Danska. 147 1. 
© Herbert Danska; 8Nov67; DU7OI58. 

NEVER BREAK A LOVE, a screenplay by 
Jules Bacal. 87 1. © Jules Bacal; 
5Deo67; DU70208. 

NEVERTHELESS, THEY LAUGH, a musical; 
book & lyrics by LaRue Watts, music 
by Richard Lescsak. 1 v. Based on 
He who gets slapped, by Leonid An- 
dreyev. Book & lyrics only. 
© LaRue Watts & Richard Lescsak; 
20Jul67; DU69316. 

NEW BLOOD ON THE RHINE. See 
THREE ONE -ACT PLAYS. 

A NEW COMEDY; adapted by N. Richard 
Nash. 1 V. 2 acts. From the play 
by Bill Naughton. © N. Richard 
Nash; 17Jul67; DU69183. 

NEW DIRECTIONS IN PLANTING; prepared 
for Deere & Co. by Wilding. 
Writer: Tom Clark. 13 1. Script. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 30Aug67; CI9866. 

THE NEW ENGLAND TRAGEDIES; two verse 
plays by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; 
edited by J. W. Zorn. Endioott; 
Giles Cory of the Salem Farms. I9I p. 
NM; revision. © John W. Zorn; 10ct66; 
A935814. 

THE NEW FATHER, an original one act 
comedy by Fran O'Brien. 42 1, 
© Fran O'Brien; 20Nov67; DU70155. 

NEW FREEDOM OF SHAPE IN NEW SHELL 
FORMS, by Seymour Rutkin. 33 1. 
© Seymour Rutkin; 14 Jul 67; C19721. 

THE NEW MORALITY, by Lenore D. Hanks. 
26 1. (A Christian Science lecture, 
no. 5) © Lenore D. Hanks; lSep67; 
CI9841. 

NEW SALEM DAYS, a play in five acts by 
Beulah Greene Squires. 1 v. 
© Beulah Greene Squires (Mrs. Glenn S. 
Squires); 27Sep67; DU697I7. 



A NEW, SIMPLIFIED APPROACH TO THE 

DESIGN OF OPTIMAL PULSE TRANSFORMERS 
USING FERRITE TOROIDS, H-CORES, AND 
POT CORES, by W. J. Postma. 1 v. 
© Ferroxcube Corp.; 15Jun67; C19720. 

THE NEW TESTAMENT FOR TODAY, THE GOSPEL 
OF JOHN, by Joseph A. Grassi. 1 v. 
Recording script. NM: adaptation. 
© Joseph A. Grassi; 28Aug67; C19843. 

THE NEW TESTAMENT FOR TODAY, THE 
GOSPEL OF LUKE, THE ACTS OF THE 
APOSTLES, by Joseph A. Grassi. 
1 V. Recording script. © Joseph 
A. Grassi; 6Nov57; C20017 . 

A NEW TWIST, by James C. Anderson 8e 
Lorraine Ell. 1 v. A screenplay. 
© James C. Anderson & Lorraine Ell; 
9Aug67; DU69385. 
NEW WHEAT ON THE WAY (Hybrid wheat is 
coming) Prepared for Deere & Co. 
by Wilding. Writer: John Davenport. 
9 1. Script. © Wilding, Inc.; 
17Jul67; CI9722. 

NEW YORK TIME SNAP, a filmstrip for 
6 characters in New York City 
written by Cesar Antonio Torres. 
1 V. © Cesar Antonio Torres; 
190ct67; DU69890. 

NICKY SKILLTAPE READING PROGRAM, by 
Charles E. Merrill Books, Inc. 1 v. 
18 reels. © Charles E. Merrill 
Books, Inc.; 10Aug67; C19808. 

THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISK4AS; scenario 
& dialogue. Author-writer, Louise 
Turnbull; scenario adaptation, 
Richard Woellhaf; producer-director, 
William N. Turnbull, Jr. 1 v. 
3 parts. ©Elba Productions, Inc.; 
3Jul67; DU59105. 

NIGHT DREAMS, by Carla Joseph. 24 1. 
A screenplay. Text only. © Carla 
Joseph; 24Aug67; DU69485. 

NIGHT OF RECKONING, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
K. Mahadoo. 31 1. © K. Mahadoo; 
19Dec67; DU70310. 

THE NIGHT OF THE BIG PARADE, by 

J. Stafford Smith. 71 1. Screen- 
play. © James Stafford Smith; 
19Jul67; DU69194. 

NIGHTFALL. See 
ECLIPSE. 

THE NIGHTINGALE, by Orin Tovrov. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © Orin Tovrov; 
llJul67; DU69143. 

NIGHTINGALE FOR DINNER, a play in a 

dream by Josef Topol, adapted from the 
Czech by George & Christine Voskoveo. 
55 1. © George Voskoveo & Christine 
Voskoveo; I3N0V67; DU70111. 

1966 MODEL NO. 660 COMBINE; recording 
script for J. I. Case Co. 14 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© J. I. Case Co.; 10Jul67; C19753. 

NINETEENTH CENTURY BRITISH DRAMA, an 
anthology of representative plays; 
edited by Leonard R. N. Ashley. 
Scott, Foresman & Co. 7OO p. 
NM: additions, © Scott, Foresman & 
Co.; 20Sep67; A958988. 

NO BETTER, a play in three acts by 
Robert E. Ingham. 1 v. © Robert 
Edward I.ngham; 22Nov67; DU70117. 

NO BIZ LIKE SHOW BIZ! Recording script 
for the Pontiao Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 18 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; l8Sep67; C19904 . 

NO HOLE, GOAL, MOLE, a comedy ab- 
straction in three acts by Don 
Conreaux (Donald Jean Conreaux) 
1 V. © Don Conreaux; '5Nov67; 
DU70OO8. 



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NC MAN'S LAND, a play In one act by 
Vincent Williams. 14 1. © Vincent 
Williams; 5Sep67; DU69527. 
NO, MORE GHOSTS, PLEASE, by George R. 
Carson. 1 v. A play In 2 acts. 
© George Richard Carson; 30Aug67; 
DU69514. 

NOBODY'S DARLING, a comedy In three 
acts by Jerome J. Garber. 1 v. 
© Jerome J. Garber; 130ct67; DU69872. 

UNA nOCHE DE PRIMA VERA SIN SUENO; 
comedla humorlstlca en tres actos 
por Enrique Jardiel Poncela, edited 
by Francisco C. Laoosta. New York, 
Appleton-Century-Crofts. I08 p . 
©Meredith Pub. Co.; 29Sep67; 
A941987. 

NOSOTROS SOMOS DIOS. See 
WE ARE GOD. 

HOT COMPLICATED GIRL. See 
KUUSOOKA YUSE NAMI. 

NOT WITH A BANG, a two-act play in 
eight scenes by Sterling Harper. 
51 1. © Sterling Harper; 7Sep67; 
DU69566. 

NOTHING HAPPENS ON SATURDAY, a one-act 
play in two scenes by Stephen Lewis. 
18 1. © Stephen P. Lewis; 15Nov67; 

Dirroosi . 

NOTHING MAKES LOTO, a play by Joe 
Uris (Joseph Samuel Uris) 21 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Joseph 
Samuel Uris; 8Dec67; DU70369. 

NOW IS THE TIME FOR ALL GOOD MEN; 
book & lyrics by Gretchen Cryer, 
music by Nancy Ford (Nancy Ford 
Charles) 2 v. 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as What's in the 
' Mind?,"^ I)U G 910G. NM: revision & 
addition. © Gretchen Cryer & 
Nancy Ford; 5Jul67; DU69106. 

THE NOW PEOPLE, by Ed Hall (Edward 
Hall) & Marvin Lagunof f . 100 1. 
A screenplay. © Edward Hall & 
Marvin Lagunoff; 21Aug67; DU69l(65. 

NUN'S PRIEST'S TALE. See 
CHANTICLEER AND THE FOX, 

THE HUT SORTER, a new musical comedy 
with book by Joe Catinella, music 
& lyrics by Danny Sachs. 135 !• 
2 acts. Book only. © Joe Catinella 
S: Danny Sachs; l80ct67; DU69887 . 

NUTT HOUSE NO.316, a Broadway comedy 
with music by Van Dyck Story. 
1 V. 29 scenes. Book only. 
© Van Dyck Story; 14Nov67 ; 
DU70259. 



o 



LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM, a Christ- 
mas play ir] two acts, for 8 charac- 
ters plus choir by Marjorie J. 
Wagner. 5 p. © Marjorie Wagner; 
15Feb67; DP6'+35. 

SAY CAN YOU SEE, by Peter Kass. 

102 1. A screenplay. © Peter Kass; 
29Sep67; DU69711- 

OBADIAH, by Robert Olen Butler. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Robert 
Olen Butler; 22Nov67; DU70150. 
AN OCCURRENCE AT OWL CREEK BRIDGE, 
a play in one act by Christopher 
Sergei. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
22 p. Based on the short story by 
Ambrose Bierce. ® Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
20Sep67; DP6490. 

ODE TO THE WILD, WILD RANGER, a panto- 
mime by Alfonso F. Angel. Sioux 
City, Iowa, Wetmore Declamation 
Bureau. 3 1. © Wetmore Declamation 
Bureau; lSep67; DP6535. 



THE ODYSSEY OF JIM RYAN; or. The 
runner. A seventeen act scenario 
by John N. Sullivan. 82 1. 
© John Neville Sullivan; 15Aug67; 
DU69417. 

OEDIPUS, by Harry Partch. 191 P- 
An opera, ."ippl. states prev. reg. 
6JUI54, DU57't02. NM: revisions. 
© Harry Partch; 2Nov67; DU70071. 

OEDIPUS THE KING, by Sophocles in an 
acting version by Robert A. Johnston. 
2 acts. (In Teleclass study guide, 
literature 112, Introduction to drama, 
p. 22-50) © Robert A. Johnston; 
5Jan67 (In notice: I966); DPS^Se. 

OF POLICY AND PRACTICE, prepared for 
American Oil Co. by Wilding; 
writer, John Davenport. 53 1. 
© American Oil Co.; 27Jun67; C19657. 

OF WATER AND STONE; screenplay by 
Edward Longo. 36 1. 20 scenes. 
©Edward Longo; 9Aug67; DUSgjSlt . 

OFF THE STREETS, a street show in two 
acts by Juliene Berk. 71 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Juliene Berk; l8Deo67; DU70339. 

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT, a comedy In 
three acts by Ernest Gleckman. 83 1. 
©Ernest Gleckman; llSep67; DU6957lt . 

OFPICIUM PASTORUM (The shepherds at 
the manger) An acting version of 
a 13th-century liturgical music- 
drama transcribed & translated by 
William L. Smoldon. London, Oxford 
University Press. 12 p. © Oxford 
University Press; 31Aug67; DFO-I570. 

OH JE JIGS AND JULEPS. See 
TIME ¥AS. 

OIL WELLS AND CATTLE ON A GOLP COURSS, 
See 
US GOLFERS CURSE YOU, WIDOW KIMSOCK. 

THE OLD GUARD, a play in one act by 
Hugh King. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. 
Co. 23 p. © Hugh King; 60ct67; 
DP6519. 

THE OLD NEIGHBORHOOD, a play in three 
acts by Avery Gorman. 1 v. © Avery 
Corman; 21Sep67; DU69665 . 

OLE MACK, by Carl Perkins. Sheet. 
A recitation. © Cedarwood Pub. Co., 
Inc.; 60ct67; C20024. 
OLIVE PITS, by Peter Berg & Peter 
Cohon. 13 1. A play. © San Fran- 
cisco Mime Troupe; 20Nov67; DU7OO92. 
THE OMEGANS; screenplay by Waldon 
Wheeland. 85 1. Appl. author: 
Merit Productions, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Merit Productions, Inc.; 
6Nov67; DU70066. 
ON TELEVISION, by Junior Samples & 
Cliff Williamson. Sheet. Recita- 
tion. © Peach Music; 28Sep67; 
CI9958. 
ON THE RIGHT TRACK; recording script 
for the Pontiac Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 15 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; l8Sep67; C 19905 . 
ON THE ROAD WITH THE HARDLY WORTHIT 
PLAYERS, by Steve Baron (Steven E. 
Baron), Chet Dowling (Chester Dow- 
ling), Dennis Wholey & Bill Minkin 
(William Minkin) 1 v. K parts. 
© Steve Baron, Chet Dowling, Bill 
Minkin & Dennis Wholey: l6Aug67; 

c 19815. 

ON TO BIGGER AND BETTER THINGS, a 
musical, book & lyrics by John 
Arnold. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© John Arnold; l60ot67; DU69840. 

ONCE AROUND THE UNIVERSE, a musical for 
the screen in three acts; lyrics by 
Jay Fishman, music by Lor Crane, 
book by Jay Fishman & Llla Levant. 
1 V. © Lor Crane & Jay Fishman; 
190c t67; DU69895. 



ONCE ON A BEAUTIFUL DAY, a one-act 
play by David Newburge. 1 v. 
Includes lyrics to 3 songs. 
© David Newburge; 26jun67; DU69123. 
ONCE UPON A BALLOON, a one-act play 
with music by Karln & Peggy Dennis . 

1 V. © Peggy Jo Dennis & Karln 
Suzanne Dennis; 14Aug67; DU69't06. 

THE ONE IN HIS LIFE, a comedy In one 
act for women by Fred Carmichael. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 32 P- 
(Baker's royalty plays) Appl. author: 
Walter H. Baker Co., employer for 
hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 28Jul67; 
DP6't42. 

ONE LITTLE LIE CAN STIR UP A WHOLE 
TOWN, an original story written fc 
adapted for television by Bethel 
Strickland. 30 1. © Bethel 
Strickland; 29Nov67; DU70172. 

ONE OF A KIND, a play In two acts by 
David Sheldon. 1 v. © David 
Sheldon; 15Nov67; DU70082. 

ONE, TWO, THREE, a comedy In three 
acts by Frank Kulla. I32 1. 
© Frank Kulla; lDec67; DU70193- 

THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN, a play by Frank 
D. Gilroy. 1 v. 3 acts. © Frank D. 
Gilroy; 28Aug67; DU69501. 

EEN ONTDEKKING, DIE IN DE BEHOEFTEN 
VAN DEZE TUB VOORZIET (A discovery 
that meets the needs of today) Een 
lezing over de Christelijke Weten- 
schap door Martin Broones. 20 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l6Feb66, 
CI8200. NM: Dutch translation. 
© Martin Broones; 29Sep67; 0199^3. 

EN OPDAGELSE, DER DAEKKER VOR TIDS 
BEHOV (A discovery that meets the 
needs of today) Et foredrag om 
Kristen Videnskab af Martin Broones. 
20 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l6Feb66, CI82OO. NM: Danish 
translation. © Martin Broones; 
i6nov66; C20067. 

AN OPEN LETTER TO MY TEEN-AGE SON, 
by Lundberg, Thompson & Associates. 

2 sheets. © Lundberg, Thompson & 
Associates, Inc.; 21Jul67; CI9709. 

AN OPEN LETTER TO MY TEENAGE SON, by 
Robert R. Thompson. Sheet. 
© Asa Music Co.; 25Sep67; CI9936. 

THE OPEN MEETING, a comedy in one 
act by A. R. Gurney, Jr. 31* 1. 
©Albert R. Gurney, Jr.; 230ct67; 
DU59906 . 

OPERA POUR UN TYRAN, de Henri Francois 
Rey. 167 1. A play. © Henri 
Francois Rey; l80ct67; DU69903. 

OPERATION BABYBUGGYBUMPER; two act 
comedy by G. P. Wolfe & Gil Blum 
(Gilbert Blum) 1 v. ® Glenn P. 
Wolfe & Gilbert Blum; 240ct67; 
DU69915 . 

OPERATION CROSSBOW; recording script 
for the General Motors of Canada by 
Jam Handy Organization. 14 1. 
© General Motors of Canada, Ltd.; 
l8Sep67; CI9898. 

OPERATION JERICHO, by Joseph D. Hopkins. 
17 1. Filmstrlp script. © West 
Springfield Public Schools; 
25Aug67; C19840. 
OPERATION SUZY, by Joao Duarte Da Mota 
Cerveira (Arlevrec, pseud.) 63 1. 
A play. © Joao Duarte Da Mota 
Cerveira; I4jul67; DU69206. 
ORANGES, a play in one act by 

Richard Dotterer. 18 1. © Richard 
A.Dotterer; 7Jul67; DU691?7. 
THE ORDERLY OCCURRENCE OF PRIME 
NUMBERS, by George P. Loweke. 
20 1. © George P. Loweke; 
6Nov67; C 20031. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



127 



ORESTEIA. See 

THE HOUSE OP ATREUS. 

ORGANIZATIONAL CASE STUDY: THE ACME 
COMPANYj by Harry Levlnson. 10 1. 
© Harry Levlnson; 6Nov67; C20037 . 
THE ORIENTAL RUG AFFAIR, by Grace 
Baughan. 41 1 . (The man from 
U.N.C.L.E.) A film script. © Grace 
Baughan; 7Aug67; DU6'9351- 

ORIGINS; pilot video-tape project 
script by Charles Blackman. l4 1. 
© Charles Blackman; 6nov67; C20051. 

ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD, a comic 
operetta in three acts; new book & 
lyrics by Phil Park, music by Jacques 
Offenbach, music adapted & arranged 
by Ronald Hanmer. London, J. Wein- 
berger. 80 p. From the original by 
H. Cremieux & L. Halevy. Libretto. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 120ct56, 
DU67063. © Josef Weinberger, Ltd.; 
31Dec66; DFI897. 
THE OTHER MAN, a play by John Allen. 
55 1. © John Macnab Allen; ll|Sep57; 
DU696O7 . 
THE OTHER WAR, by John R. Williams. 
56 1. A play in 3 acts. © John R. 
Williams; 7Dec57; DU70226. 
OTHER WISE MAN. See 

THE QUEST OF THE MAGI. 
OUR DAYS ARE NUMBERED, COMRADE, 
a television play by James Bredt, 
pseud, of Bernard Pagenstecher . 
79 1. © Bernard Pagenstecher a.k.a. 
James Bredt; 21Jul67; DU69233. 
OUR FEET ARE SO CRUCIAL TO THE WAY 
WE FEEL, by Bennett Wilson, pseud, 
of Barbara Allan Kite. 31 1. 
© Barbara Allan Hlte; 3Jul67; DU69IO2. 
OUR PRIZE POSSESSIONS, a play in three 
acts by Merrick S. Talcove. 1 v. 
© Merrick Steven Talcove; 17Jul67; 
DU69180. 
OUR RUN IN SPACE, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Arthur 0. Robertson. JO 1. 
© Arthur 0. Robertson; 40ct67; 
DU69788. 
OUR TIME. See 

WE CONQUER THE WORLD FROM MEN. 
OUT OF IT, an original screenplay by 
Paul Williams. May 15, 1967 revision. 
© Pressman-Williams Enterprises, 
Inc.; 27Jul67; DU69286. 
OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MIND, by Robert 
Barron. "1 v. A play in h scenes. 
© Robert Barron; 6Nov67; DU70010. 

OUT OF THE window; By Al Eadeh 

(Alfred R. Eadeh) 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Alfred R. Eadeh; 
19Jul67; DU692OO. 

THE OUTCOME OF A BOY'S DETERMINATION, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Elsie Lacy. 
50 1. © Elsie Lacy; l8Dec67; 
DU70305. 

THE OUTLAW ROBIN HOOD, a play for young 
people by Moses Goldberg. 70 1. 
8 scenes. © Moses Goldberg; 
4Deo67; DU70198. 

OVER-ORGANIZATION MEETS THE SUBURBS; 
or. How to get peptic ulcers in 
three weeks. By Michael J. Looby. 
3 1. © Michael J. Looby; 20ot67; 
CI995O. 

OVER THE EDGE OP THE WORLD, by Eliza- 
beth C. Fox. 2 p. A play in 4 
scenes. ® Elizabeth C. Fox; 110ct67; 
DU69769. 



P & A SELL-A-SCOPE NEWS; recording 
script for the Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 
28 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; l8Sep67; CI9892. 



PABLO AND THE OTHERS, a play in two 
acts by Howard Southgate . 1 v. 
© Howard Southgate; 29Aug67; 
DU69603 . 

PACEM IN TERRIS, a play in one act 
by B. S. Bercovicl. 1 v. 
© Bernard S. Bercovicl; lAug67; 
DU69335 . 

A PACKAGE OF VALUE! Recording script 
for the Admiral Corp. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 10 1. © Admiral 
Corp.; l8sep67; CI9880. 

LA PAGAILLE; ou, Hon beau chateau. 
Comedie en quatre actes de Roger 
Ferdinand. I63 1. © Roger 
Ferdinand; 21Aug67; DU69'^98. 

THE PAGEANT GAME; script for 1967 

Miss Oklahoma pageant, by Ann Louise 
Spencer & Charles Rlghtmer. 1 v. 
© Miss Oklahoma Pageant Corp., Inc.; 
24nov67; C20111. 

PAINTING. See 

ART APPRECIATION: PAINTING. 

THE PALACE AT 4 A.M., a play by Howard 
Moss. 1 V. 2 acts. © Howard Moss; 
6nov67; DU70104. 

PAMELA; or. Virtue rewarded. A 
musical comedy by Moses Chusid. 
2 V. 2 acts. Based on the novel 
by Samuel Richardson. © Moses 
Chusid; 200ct67; DU69856. 

THE FANAL, by Kenneth Bernard. .108 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Kenneth Bernard; 
19Sep67; DU69629. 

PANDORA'S DECEIT, an opera in five 
scenes; a dissertation by Elwyn 
Kent Hughes. [Libretto by Jan Ann 
Lawson] Microfilm. © Elwyn Kent 
Hughes & Jan Ann Lawson; 31May67; 
DP6466. 

PAPA HAYDN, JOLLY MUSIC MAKER, a two 
act episodic play by Ann Stevenson 
(Anna N. Stevenson) 23 1. With 
music. © Ann Stevenson; 310ct67; 
DU69938 . 

THE PAPERS, a play by Hans Ruesoh. 

97 1. © Hans Ruesch; 21Nov67; 

DU7019I. 
PAP'S PLACE, an original story written 

& adapted for television by Georgia 

Boy, pseud, of Samuel Thomas. 32 1. 

© Samuel Thomas; 20Jul67; DU69224 . 

PARADE DE LA RENGAINE. See 
AIMEZ-VOUS LE THEATRE? 

PARADOX; episode no.l, written & 
created by L. Nicholas-Dohlmann. 
33 1. A film script. © L. Nicholas- 
Dohlmann; 250ct67; C2OO23. 

THE PARDONER'S TALE, V.1-2; opera in 
one act by John S. Davis. Microfilm. 
An adaptation of an episode from 
Chaucer's Canterbury tales. 
® John Stuart Davis; 310ct67; 
DP6572. 

PARENTS, ANYONE? A play in 3 acts, 
written by Moreen Hirsch. I5I p- 
© Moreen Hirsch; 25Jul67; DU69440. 
THE PARLEMENT OF HEFNE, a liturgical 
drama for soloists, chorus, dancers, 
strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, 
timpani and organ by James Roger 
Llndholm. 1 v. Microfilm. 
Adaptation with music of the work 
entitled Ludus Coventrles, by 
Katharine S. Block. © James Roger 
Llndholm; 30Jun67; DP6484. 

THE PART OF MEMORY IN SIGHT READING; 
lecture by Llllas Mackinnon. 19 1. 
© Llllas L. Mackinnon; 3Nov67; 
C2OO3O. 

THE PARTNERS, a comedy in three acts 
by Arthur Marx. 1 v. © Arthur 
Marx; 28Aug67; DU695O6. 



PARTS PRODUCE PROFITS; recording 
script for J. I. Case Co. 12 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© J. I. Case Co.; 10Jul67; C19754 . 

THE PASSING TOUCH OP SUMMER, by Arlan 
Coffman. 41 1. A play in 2 parts. 
© Arlan Coffman; 28Aug67; DU69509. 

THE PASSION OF JESSE JONES, a dramati- 
co-musical; book & lyrics by Tony 
Preston (Anthony Glenwood Preston) 
107 1. 2 acts. ® Anthony Glenwood 
Preston; 12Dec67; DU70357 . 

PASSION PENDING, a play by Eileen & 
Robert Mason Pollock. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Eileen & Robert Mason Pollock; 
12Dec67; DU70347. 

LA PASSION SELON SADE; mystere de 
chambre avec tableaux vlvants pre- 
cede de solo, avec un couple rara 
et suivi d'une autre phrase a trois 
de Sylvano Bussotti. [Milano] 
Ricordi. 1 v. Italian. Partitura. 
© G. Ricordi &'C., S.P.A.; 7Sep66; 
DFI90I. 

PASSIONELLA. See 
THE APPLE TREE. 

THE PAST IS PRESENT, by Este Star. 
26 1. © Este Star; 7Jul67; DU69128. 

THE PATH OF LIFE; television play by 
Estella Smith. 36 1. © M. Estella 
Smith; 25Jul67; DU69268. 

PATTERNS IN TIME. See 

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF HARDWOODS. 

PAULINE, a musical play in two acts 
of ten scenes each; book & music by 
John T. Cuimniskey. 1 v. Based on 
the life of Pearl White. Book & 
lyrics only. © John T. Cummiskey; 
19Dec67; DU70355. 

PAUSE FOR THE FLAG, by Sylvia C. Lopez. 
3 1. © Sylvia C. Lopez; 4Aug67; 
CI977I. 

PAY FOR THE HUNTER, a play by Matthew 
Jones, pseud, of J. F. Adkins . 
1 v. 3 acts. © J. F. Adkins; 
l8Sep67; DU69727. 

EL PAYASO CORALITO, by Angela Luna. 
40 1. A play. © Angela Luna; 
2Aug67; DU69321. 

PEACE, PATRIOTISM, APPOMATTOX, A GREAT 
STATESMAN, by William J. Peifer. 
4 1. © William J. Peifer; 5Sep67; 
C19848. 

PEASANT AS MILLIONAIRE. See 

THE MAIDEN PROM THE PAIRYWORLD. 

THE pebble; a play in three acts by 
Arline Faro, pseud, of Arline 
Faruolo. 1 v. ® Arline Faro; 
l60ct67; DU69860. 

PEER GYNT AND THE TROLLS, by Joseph 
Scott, pseud, of Joseph Kirlano. 
1 V. Screenplay. ® Joseph Scott; 
25Jul67; DU69266. 

PEER PROGRAM. See 

PLANNED EXPERIENCES IN EFFECTIVE 
RELATING, PEER. 

PENNY, a musical play in three acts. 
Story by Eloise Miller Harris; lyrics 
by Eloise Miller Harris & Governor 
Chapman. 1 v. ® Eloise Miller; 
Harris; 8Aug67; DU69387 . 

THE PENSIONERS, a tender comedy In two 
acts, ten scenes by Theodore Pratt. 
127 1. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
The golden years, 26Mar56, DU42091. 
NM: revision & addition. ® Theodore 
Pratt; 21Dec67; DU7O348. 

PENTECOST AND THE NEW JERUSALEM SPOKEN 
OF IN THE BOOK OF REVELATION IN THE 
HOLY BIBLE; treatise by Luke Turner, 
Jr. 7 1. © Luke Turner, Jr.; 
11 Jul 67; C19690. 



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DRAMAS 



July — Dec. I 



PEOPLE MAKE THE DIFFERENCE; recording 
script for the J. I. Case Co. by 
Jam Handy Organization. Agricultural 
version. 20 1. © J. I. Case Co.; 
l8sep67; C19890. 

PEOPLE MAKE THE DIFFERENCE; recording 
script for the J. I. Case Co. by 
Jam Handy Organization. Construction 
version. 2? 1. © J. I. Case Co.; 
l8Sep67; C19889. 

PEOPLE WHO CARE; recording script for 
the Delco Radio Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 16 1. © Delco 
Radio Division, General Motors Corp.; 
l8Sep67; CI9897. 

THE PEP RALLY, by John Arnold. 1 v. 
A play. © John Arnold; 21Jul67; 
DU5923t . 

PEPSIS AND WINE, by Roberta Miller. 
122 1. A play in 2 acts. © Roberta 
Jane Miller; 22Nov67; DU7OII8. 

PERE GORIOT. See 
GORIOT. 

THE PERFECT CRIME, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Abial S. Hammond. 5I 1. 
© Abial S. Hammond; ltOct67; DU69779. 

PERFORMANCE, a one act play by 

J. Rachuy Brlndel. 21 1. © June 
Raohuy Brlndel; 14Dec67; DU70327. 

PERILS AND PROGRESS, by Nancy S. Peacock. 
1 V. A musical play. © Nancy 8. 
Peacock; 22Jun67; DU69638. 

THE PERILS OF HAROLD, a series of 
comedy skits by Ted Cottrell. 
1 V. 6 skits. ©Ted Cottrell; 
l8Sep67; DU69622. 

PERSONALITY OP A PROSPECT; recording 
script for the J. I. Case Co. by 
Jam Handy Organization. 21 1. 
© J. I. Case Co.; l8Sep67; CI9887. 

PETER, DEAR, YOU'RE A GENIUS! By 
Dextor York, pseud, of Henry Leon 
Runnels HI. 85 1. A screenplay. 
© Dextor York; lAug67 ; DU69308. 

PETER PAN. See 

PETER PAN AND CAPTAIN HOOK. 

PETER PAN AND CAPTAIN HOOK, an 

adaptation for recording of James 
Barrie's Peter Pan, written by Peter 
Haas. 1 V. A musical play in 4 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © on 
book; Peter Haas; 170ct67; DU69827. 

PETER'S TRIUMPH; fantasy for children 
in 2 acts & 5 scenes by Odette M. 
Carey. 1 v. © Odette M. Carey; 
3Nov67; DU70026. 

PETITE ETERNITE. gee 
CARPE NOCTEM. 

PEWTER, a TV series for children by 
Nora Nafzger. 1 v. Contents: The 
Inn of the donkeys. --The great beast, 
Typhon. © Nora Nafzger; 29Aug67; 
DU69473. 

THE PHANTOM LAKE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Florence A. Ivy. 30 1. © Florence 
A. Ivy; 24Jul67; DU69257 . 

PHILEMON UMD BAUKIS'. See 
DIE SPURLOSEN. 

LE PHILOSOPHE, comedle en 4 actes de 
Jullen Vartet, pseud, de Maurice 
Vacher. 1 v. © Jullen Vartet; 
l80ct67; DU69901. 

PHONICS (A-D) SKILLTAPE PROGRAM, 

by Charles E. Merrill Books, Inc. 

1 V. 4 units. © Charles E. 

Merrill Books, Inc.; 10Aug67; 

C19810. 
PHONICS PROGRAM FOR TAPES, by Arleen 

Bemis. 172 1. © Arleen Berals; 

25Sep67; C19926 . 



PHYSICS IN SPACE, by Pedro J. Dozal. 
5 1. Lecture. © Pedro Jose Dozal; 
26Ju167; C19716. 

PICK THE PRODUCT, by Russell W. 
Varney. 2 sheets. A television 
script. © Russell W. Varney; 
270ct67; C20090. 

PICKING UP PIECES, a dramatic-musical 
sampler of the Yiddish theater in 
America compiled & written by 
S. M. L. Dworkln. 1 v. 2 parts. 
Book & lyrics only. © S. M. L. 
Dworkln; l80ct67; DU69829. 

A PICTURE OF A MAN IN A HURRY, by 
Howard G. Hill. 1 v. A lecture. 
© Howard G. Hill; 20ot67; C19988. 

PIECE D'AUTOMNE, a three act play by 
James J. Roblscoe. 56 1. © James 
John Roblscoe; 15Aug67; DU69413. 

A PIECE OF THE ACTION, by Robert Lee 
Smith. 12 1. Television script. 
© Robert Lee Smith; llSep67; CI9862. 

THE PIECES, by Barry D. Schneider. 
99 1. A play in 2 acts. © Barry D. 
Schneider; 7Aug67; DU69637. 

PIECES OF CEMENT, a play In three 
scenes by Marlen M. Long. 44 1. 
© Marlen Mumford Long; 6Nov67; 
DU7006I. 

THE PIED PIPER, an understatement In 
one act, book & lyrics by Nadine 
Lewis, music by Lor Crane. 1 v. 
© Lor Crane & Nadine Lewis; 190ct67 ; 

DU6-"-" 



THE PIED PIPER; arranged, written & 
edited by Mae Iris Davis Allen. 
14 1. 5 scenes. With excerpts from 
The pied piper by Robert Browning. 
© Mae Iris Davis Allen; llSep67; 
DU69676. 

PIED PIPER; motion picture musical 
by Sam Wllholt. 47 1. © Avenue 
Pub. Co.; l60ct67; DU69865. 

PIETAj an epic drama by Donna Drew 
Roman (Donna Phyllis Roman) 107 1. 
90 units. © Donna Drew 
Roman; 31Aug57; DU6959b. 

THE PILL, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Esther 
Barlor. 3I 1. © Esther Barlor; 
21Sep67; DU69658. 

THE, PILLARS OF HERCULES AND PLUS 
ULTRA OF SPAIN, by John Fies . 
22 1. Lecture. © John Fies; 
I3N0V67; C20058. 

PINK FEATHERS, by Bill Livingston, 
Walter C. Wernecke, Charles Stanley 
& Joana Leschln. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Bill Livingston & 
Charles Stanley; l80ct67; DU69942 . 
THE PIRATES OF PENNYZANCE, a television 
script by Lynne C. Garshgo. 48 1. 
10 scenes. © Lynne C. Garshgo; 
300ct67; DU69946. 

PIROSCHKA; Slngspiel in zwel Tellen 
(7 Blldern) von Karlhelnz Gutheim; 
Musik von Ferenc Farkas . [Austria] 
Universal Edition (l47l6) 96 p. 
Nach elnem Stoff von Hugo Hartung. 
Textbuch. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 2Aug67; DFO-1568. 

THE PLAIN DEALER, by William Wycherley; 
edited by Leo Hughes. Lincoln, Uni- 
versity of Nebraska Press. 183 p. 
(Regents Restoration drama series) 
NM: Introd., appendixes & notes. 
© University of Nebraska Press; 
2Nov67; A949527. 

PLANNED EXPERIENCES IN EFFECTIVE 

RELATING, PEER, a program of Inter- 
personal exercises for small groups 
by Betty Berzon & Jerome Relsel. 
1 V. Typescript of program tapes. 
Appl. tl.: PEER program. © Betty 
Berzon S; Jerome Relsel; 24Jul67; 
C 197 12. 



PLANTING TIME, a play by John Innez, | 
pseud, of John Hlnes. I08 1. ' 

2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l4May65, DU63042. NM: revision. 
© John Innez; 15May67; DU69219. ' 

A PLAY OF TODAY CALLED ROACH AWAY, ' 
by Marilyn Geller (Marilyn M. Child, 
pseud.) 1 V. ©Marilyn Geller; 
17Aug67; DU69434. 

A PLAY THAT EVEN MY MOTHER COULD 
UNDERSTAND, a one-act play by 
William Kushner. 36 1. © William I 
Kushner; 8Dec67; DU70234 . "j 

PLAYS: CLASSIC & CONTEMPORARY; edited 

by R. W. Lid 8c Daniel Bernd. , 

Philadelphia, Llpplncott. 623 p. I 
©J. B. Llpplncott Co.; 10Apr67; 
A926332 . 

PLAYS FOR A NEW THEATER; playbook 2. j 
282 p. (A New Directions paperbook, 
2l6) 5 plays. NM: compilation & 
notes. ©New Directions Pub. Corp.; 
21Nov66; DP6450. 

PLAYSONG; shooting script by Joseph 
Scott. 14 1. © Joseph Scott; 
17Aug67; DU69t36. 

PLAYWRIGHTS FOR TOMORROW, VOL. 3-4, a 
collection of plays by John Lewln 
& others; edited with an Introd. by ' 
Arthur H. Ballet. Minneapolis, 
University of Minnesota Press. 2 v. 
NM: Introd. & compilation. © Uni- 
versity of Minnesota; lSep57; 
A948507, 948650. 

THE POINT OF GRAM, by James M. Kalett. 
32 1. A play In 2 scenes. © James i 
M. Kalett; 310ct67; DU69929. 

A POINT OF VIEW, an address by [ 

Leonard Everett Fisher. 6 1. 
© Leonard Everett Fisher; 40ct67; 
CI9938. 

POKO AND THE JUMPING BEANS, a musical 
play for children by Bessie F. 
Collins. 51 1. 3 acts. ©Bessie 
P. Collins; 19Jul67; DU69238. 

POLICE BRUTALITY, by John Stewart. 

Sheet. © SFO Music, Inc.; 13Sep67: li 
CI9859. ' y f I, j 

POLITICS ON PARADE, a miniature show I 
for political rallies by Eleanor I 
& Newell Long. 1 v. With music. 
© Newell H. Long; 22Aug67; DP6529. 

THE POLKA DOTTED ELEPHANT, a musical 
fantasy. Book, Don Gaul (Donald 
Gaul); music, Don Gaul; lyrics, 
Bette & Don Gaul. 2 v. © Donald 
A. Gaul & Bette T. Gaul; l6Nov67; 
DU7OO86. 

PONCE DE LEON, by John Corig. 14 1. 
A play. © John Corlg; l4Aug67; 
DU69403. 
POON, by Mary Kennedy. 38 1. A play 
in 2 acts. Based on a legend of the 
Far East. © Mary Kennedy; l8Sep67; 
DU69585 . 

POOR BOY AND THE SNOWMAN, by William 
Krost & Ephraim Cruz. 1 v. A 
musical play. © William A. Krost & 
Ephraim Cruz; l4Aug67; DU69404 . 
POOR DAVID, a comedy in three acts 

by Ronald M. Wright. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 77 p. (Baker's royalty 
plays) ©Walter H. Baker Co.; 
5Jul67; DP6427. 
POP AND AUNT LOU, BORNEO SLAVES, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Myrtle Alderman Hodges. 
27 1. © Myrtle Alderman Hodges; 
24Nov67; DU70124. 
POP THEMES FROM THE CLASSICS, by William 
McMalns. 3 1. A recording script. 
© Pointer System, Inc.; 25Sep67; 
CI9923. 
THE PORTRAIT OF A SLAVE, a one -act 
drama by A. R. Maynor Woods. 30 1. 
©A. R. Maynor Woods; lAug67; DU693IO. 



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PORTRAIT OF EVIL; original screenplay ty 
Stephen Lewis. 86 1. © Stephen P. 
Lewis; 12Dec67; DU7O329. 

POST MERIDIAN, a comedy In 3 acts 
adapted by Donald Stuart. 110 1. 
From Crusade for Cleo, a spoof in 
three acts hy Robert Seeley S: 
Post meridian, by Robert Seeley. 
© Donald Stuart; 13Nov67; DU70057 . 

POST MERIDIAN, a comedy in three acts 
bv Robert Seeley. 110 1. © Robert 
b'. Seeley; lDeo67; DU7OI96. 

THE POT SONG; or. Garbage; or. Com- 
mercial. Words & music by Michael 
Peter Smith. Sheet. © Spanky 8c 
Og Music Corp.; 7Aug67; CI9806. 

POUF! GOES THE WEEZIE, a play by 
Oklahoma Jones (Tommy Ray Jones) 
1 V. 5 acts. © Tommy Ray Jones; 
22Sep67; DU69667. 
LES POULAGATS; comedie en 5 tableaux 
par Raymond Castans. 1 v. © Raymond 
Castans; l80ct67; DU69904 . 
PRAYj ALBERT, PRAYl A play In three 
acts by William W. Bohn, Jr. 
1 V. © William W. Bohn, Jr.; 
24Nov67; Dli70129. 
PRAYER FOR UNDERSTANDING, by Elbert 
Ray Martin. Sheet. © Elbert 
Ray Martin; 90ct67; CI9951. 

THE PRE-ANNOUNCED SAVIOUR, a Christmas 
program by Samuel H. Cox. Winona 
Lake, Inc., Rodeheaver Co. 15 p. 
© Rodeheaver Co.; 25Sep67 ; DP5495. 

EL PRECIO DE UNA VIDA; original de 
Angela Luna, pseud, of Maria de los 
Angeles Luna. 8k 1. ©Maria de los 
Angeles Luna; 120ct57; DU698i*5. 

PRESENTING MACKIE ALLAN, by Elaine 
Hanna (Elaine Hanna Mensh) 149 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Elaine Hanna 
Mensh; 100ct67; DU69822. 

PRESENTING TED SCHWARTZ, by Ted 
Schwartz, 1 v. Monologues. 
© Ted Schwartz; lNov67; C20028. 

PRIDE AND JOY, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
A. H. Engel. JO 1. © Alfred H. 
Engel; 40ct67; DU69780. 

PRIMUS, by Barry Knower. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Barry Knower; 20ct67; 
DU69756 . 

PRINCIPLES OF PERSONALITY FUNCTIONING;, 
by Harry Levinson. 5 1. A leofjre. 
© Harry Levinson; 6Nov67; C20O42. 

PRISCILLA, a musical play by Mary 

Beach, Agnes Erickson, Marian Roberts 
& Carol Beach York. 2 v. Adap- 
tation of The courtship of Miles 
Standish, by Henry Wadsworth Long- 
fellow. © Mary Beach, Agnes Erick- 
son, Marian Roberts & Carol Beach 
York; l4Sep67; DU69595- 

A PRISONER OF WAR, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Walter E. Hoffmann. 31 1. 
©Walter E. Hoffmann; 2tJul67; 
DU6925lt . 

A PROBLEM OR TWO, a comedy in three 
acts by Frank J. Byrne (Francis J. 
Byrne) 75 1. © Francis J. Byrne; 
2!ijul67; DU69332. 

PROBLEMS WITH THE NEUROTIC PATIENT, 
by Roy W. Menninger. 7 1. A talk. 
© Roy W. Menninger; 6Nov67; C2OO38. 

THE PRODIGAL SPOCK, by Robert Vincent 
Spellerl. 11 1. A television 
script. © Robert Vincent Spelleri; 
5Sep67; DU69556. 
PRODUCT MARKET; recording script for 
Oldsraobile Division. 5 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsraobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 500ct67; C2O003. 



PRODUCTION AND MARKETING PLAN FOR 

CAHBOOKS, by Fletcher Smith Studios. 
61. 4 parts. © Fletcher Smith 
Studios, Inc.; 20Sep67 ; C19914. 
THE PROFESSOR; or. Go and sin. Drama 
by Pauline Colombi. 31 1. © Pauline 
Colombi; 13Nov67; DU70247. 

PROPC.UND RISKS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mazell B. Campbell. 3I 1. © Mazell 
B. Campbell; 29Nov67; DU70174 . 

A PROGRAM FOR THE MANUAL TYPEWEITER, 
by Lee H. Miller. 1 v. 5 lessons. 
© Lee H. Miller; 230ot67; C20125 . 

LA PROMENADE DU DIMANCHE; piece en 
deux parties de Georges Michel. 
[Paris] Galllmard. 191 p. (Le 
Manteau d'arlequin) ©Editions 
Gallimard; 30May67; DFO-I556. 

PROUD FLESH, a play by William 
Griffin. 22 1. © Henry William 
Griffin; 13Sep67; DU69591. 

PROUD FLESH. See 

THE CONTEMPORARY FLESH. 

PSYCHIC PHENOMENA AND YOU, by Robert 
Henry Lethermon. 11 1. © Robert 
Henry Lethermon; 27Jul67; C19719. 

PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN LEADERSHIP, 
by Arthur Mandelbaum. 9 1. A talk. 
© Arthur Mandelbaum; 6Nov67; 
C20035 . 

A PUBLIC MAN, a play in three acts 
by Frederick Turner, pseud, of 
Frederick I. Rinaldo. 117 1. 
© Frederick I. Rinaldo; l4Aug67; 
DU69402. 

PUPPET CIRCUS, a play by Mike Major 
(Michael J. Major) I3 1. 3 scenes. 
© Michael J. Major; 19Dec67; 
DU70308. 

PUPPETS ON A STRING, by Helen Fagin. 
48 1. A screenplay. © Helen 
Fagin; 28 Jun67 ; DU69205 • 

PURCHASE THE MODERN WAY; recording 
script for J. I. Case Co. 7 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© J. I. Case Co.; 10Jul67; C19750. 

PURSUIT OF THE GOLDEN ORB, by 
E. R. Dennis, pseud, of Richard 
W. Dorff . 24 1. © Richard W. Dorff; 
30Aug67; DU6960O. 

PUSHBUTTON DAIRY (AUTOMATED FEEDING) 
By Wilding. Writer: John Davenport. 
10 1. Script. ©Wilding, Inc.; 
30Aug67; C 19865. 

THE PUSHERS; screenplay by Joe Morrison. 
1st draft. 82 1. From a story by 
William Grefe. © William Grefe; 
20Sep67; DU69643. 

PUSS IN BOOTS; adapted for marionettes 
by Diane Dimon Menes. 35 1. 
A play in 5 acts. © Diane Dlraon 
Menes; 29Aug67; DU69692. 



THE QUADRANGLE, a play in two acts by 
Arthur Ross. 1 v. © Arthur Albert 
Ross; l4Dec67; DU70276. 

QUAND ON EST QUELQU'UN. See 
THEATRE . 

QUARTET; four plays by Richard Goss- 
willer. -Marcus; The incident; The 
consummation; The encounter, 1 v, 
© Richard Gosswiller; l4Jul67; 
DU69162, 

QUEEN SIZE CIGARETTES; commercial, TV, 
radio, by Jone Allison (Jone Allison 
Mosman) Sheet. © Jone Allison; 
8nov67;- C20048. 



QUEST FOR DIGNITY. See 
ETUDES FOR DREAMERS. 

THE QUEST OF THE MAGI, a proposed 
musical adaptation of the story 
of The other wise man, by Henry 
VanDyke; arranged by Rog Donovan, 
pseud, of Frank D. Rogers. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Frank D. 
Rogers; 21Aug67; DU69442. 

QUI EST NOTRE CREATEUR? (Who is your 
maker?) Conference sur la Science 
Chretienne par Herbert E. Rieke. 
26 1. Appl. states prev. reg. July 
1965, 017822. NM: French translation. 
© Herbert E. Rieke; 26jun67; CI9668. 



R 



THE RABBI, MAX AMD ME, a dramedy in 
two acts by John R. Famiglietti. 
152 1. © John R. Famiglietti; 
27Sep67; DU69734 . 

THE RABBI'S SON, by Leonard L. Perl- 
mutter. 1 V. A play. © Leonard L. 
Perlmutter; 12Jul67; DU69147. 

RAGS AND OLD IRON, a one-act play by 
Tony Preston (Anthony Glenwood 
Preston) Rev. July I967. 16 1. 
© Anthony Glenwood Preston; 23Aug67; 
DU69477. 

THE RAIL-SPLITTING POLITICIAN, a drama 
by Naomi 0. Rink. 1 v. 4 acts. 
© Naomi Olive Rink; 50ct67; DU69797. 

THE RAJAH OF THE ISLANDS, a screenplay 
by Ben Parker & Joseph Taubman, with 
music by Lionel Belasco & lyrics by 
Gracita Faulkner. l42 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Ben Parker & Joseph 
Taubman; 27Jun67; DU69II9. 

RANDY BOONE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Rose 
Marie Hoag. 3I 1, © Rose Marie 
Hoag; 19Dec67; DU70515. 

RAPE, a one-act play by Thaddeus 

Wlttlin. 17 1. © Thaddeus Wittlin; 
21Aug67; DU6946I. 

THE RAPE OF BUNNY STUNTZ, a play in 
one act by A. R. Gurney, Jr. New 
York, S. French. 29 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 15Sep64, DU61186. 
©Albert R. Gurney, Jr.; 19Jun67; 
DP6533. 

THE RAPE OF THE FAIR COUNTRY, a screen- 
play by John Barnes. 208 1. Based 
on the novel by Alexander Cordell. 
Appl. states prev. reg. llApr67, 
DU68622. NM: additions & revisions. 
© John W. Barnes; 15Aug67; DU694lO. 

A RAPE OF YEARS, by Don Beadman (Donald 
Beadman) 57 1- Screenplay. 
© Donald Beadman; 25Jul67; DU69271. 

RAPUNSEL REVISITED, a musical adapta- 
tion of the fairy tale; book & lyrics 
by Philip Oppenhelm, music by Diane 
Mennella. 1 v. © Philip Oppenhelm 
& Diane Mennella; l6Aug67; DU69422. 

REACH OUT AND TOUCH ME, an original 
play by Leroy Watson Clark, Jr. 
115 1. 5 acts. © Leroy Watson 
Clark, Jr.; 30Aug67; DU69770. 

READERS THEATRE HANDBOOK, a dramatic 
approach to literature by Leslie 
Irene Coger & Melvin R. White. 
Scott, Foresman & Co. 259 p. 
NM: pref., written material & notes. 
© Scott, Foresman & Co.; 25Jul67; 
Ag4l251. 

REASONS FOR UNITED STATES VIETNAM IN- 
VOLVEMENT, by Lewis Vincent Olson. 
3 1. Lecture. ©Lewis Vincent Olson; 
19Jul67; C 19697. 



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July — Dec. 



THE RECONDITIONED MAN; recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 14 1. © Olds- 
mobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; l8Sep67; C19905. 

THE RECOVERY, a play In one act by 
Roma Greth. 17 1. © Roma Greth; 
l4Aug67; DU69398. 

RED, an original screen play by Robert 
Ground. 77 1 . © Robert Ground; 
21Aug67; DU69462. 

THE FiED CONVERTIBLE, a play In two 
acts by Gary Martin. 1 v. © Gary 
Martin; 20Nov67; DU70091. 

RED HARVEST, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Shelby 
McDanlel. 5O 1 . © Shelby McDanlel; 
29Nov67; DU70173. 

THE RED SHOES, in dramatic incident 
form by Classic Text Tapes. 7 1. 
Andersen's The red shoes rewritten. 
© Classic Text Tapes, Norman H. 
Rogers, owner; 90ct67; DU69817. 

RED WING! A three act play with music; 
book & lyrics by Joellen Bland, 
music by Roslyn Aronson. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 26May57; 
DU68792. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Joellen Bland & Roslyn Aronson; 
28Aug67; DU6950it. 

A REFLECTION UPON REFLECTION, 

a phenomenology of affirmation by 
Charles Williajm Phillips. l5 1. 
Lecture. © Charles W. E. Phillips; 
27Ncv67; C20080. 

REFLECTIONS OF THE LOST MOMENT, by 
D. R. Diederich & T. Michael Jaeger. 

20 1. A play in 2 parts. 

© D. R. Diederich & T. Michael 
Jaeger; 25Jul67; DU69272. 

REFLECTIONS ON THE ORIGINS OF THE 

NEGRO SPIRITUAL, by John Love 11, Jr. 

21 1. A talk. ©John Lovell, Jr.; 
22Nov67; C2OO96. 

A REFUGE IN HELL; based on an original 
story by Roger Serra, screenplay by 
Russell Orton & Felipe Cazals. 82 1. 
© Russell Orton & Felipe Cazals; 
15Dec67; DU7O537. 

THE RE-INCARNATION OF ASHLEY CAMP, 
an original comedy by Orvar Arne 
Rosengren. 167 1. 3 acts. 
© Orvar Arne Rosengren; 27Nov67; 
DU70139. 

RELATIVES AND FRIENDS, by Harold Miller. 
162 1. A play in 10 scenes. 
© Harold Miller; llSep67; DU69578. 

THE RELUCTANT PROMETHEUS, by James E. 
O'Donnell. 1 v. A play In 3 acts. 
© James E. O'Donnell; 90ct67; 
DU69816. 

REMEMBER JOHN CROSS, MacKnight Black. 
57 1. A play. © MacKnight Black; 
30Aug67; DU69518. 

REMEMBER ME, an original story written 
tc adapted for television by Minerva 
Knutson. 32 1. ©Minerva Knutson; 
21Sep67; DU6965I. 

REMICK'S INCORPORATED, a play in 
three acts by Harvey Miller. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3Sep58, 
DU'J755'*. NM: addition. © Harvey 
Miller; 13Dec67; DU70272. 

REMINISCING MONOLOGUE, by Lou Rawls. 
Folder. © Rawlou Music (in notice: 
Rawlou Music Co.); 10Jul67; CI9685 . 

RENEGADE IN RETROSPECT, a play for 
a flexible number of actors, with 
tape narration by Frank Parman. 
1 V. © Frank Parman; 5Jul67 ; 
DU691IO. 

THE REPAIRMAN, a comedy in three acts 
by George Schneider. 152 1. 
©George Schneider; lAug67 ; DU69309. 



REPLY TO YEVTUSHENKO (Tsisbmo k 

Evgeniyu Evtushenko) By Mordechal 
Zeira. 2 sheets. Russian; title 
transliterated. ©Mordechal Zeira; 
29Sep67; CI9966. 

THE REPUBLIC IS SAVED! A one-act play 
by Merrltt Abrash. 55 1. © Merritt 
Abrash; 25Sep67; DU69693. 

THE RESEARCH PAPER, by Library Film- 
strip Center. 13 1. Fllmstrip 
script. ©Violet Priestley d.b.a. 
Library Filmstrip Center; 9Aug57; 
CI9805 . 

A RESERVATION IN MANHATTAN, a new 
original musical-comedy-fantasy; 
book by Joyce Korbin (Joyce Korbin 
Bielskl); music by Harold Blelski; 
lyrics by Joyce Korbin. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Joyce Korbin & Harold 
Blelski; llJul67; DU69589. 

RETABLO DE LAS MARAVILLAS'. See 
THE MARVELOUS PLAYBILL. 

THE RETURN, a play with music by David 
Jenness, freely based on a novel 
The return of the soldier, by Rebecca 
West. 1 V. 3 acts. Book only. 
© David Arthur Jenness; l60ot67; 
DU69841. 

RETURN OF THE SOLDIER. See 
THE RETURN. 

REVENGE, by William H. Cosby, Jr. 
(Bill Cosby) 1 v. 10 monologs . 
© Manger Music, Inc.; l6Aug67; 
CI9813. 

A REVUE BY INTERNAL REVENUE; or. An 
audit is not an audition. A play 
in three acts by Louis Pearl. 32 1. 
© Louis Pearl; 14Sep67; DU696IO. 

RICH, a play by Joe Billings (Joseph H. 
Billings) 122 1. 3 acts. © Joe 
Billings; 310ct67; DU6996I. 

RICHARD HARDING BUSH; or. The rococo 
coco bean. A fantasy in one act for 
children by Cleve Haubold. London, 
S. French. 1*8 p. ® Samuel French, 
Inc.; 20Jun67; DP6479. 

RICHARD THE SECOND, by William Shakes- 
peare; Archibald M. Young, introd.; 
Lucy M. Fitzpatrick, notes; general 
introd. by David G. Pitt. New York, 
Airmont Pub. Co. 129 P- 5 acts. 
(Airmont Shakespeare classics series, 
314) NM: art work, introd. & notes. 
©Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; I5JUI66; 
A929155 . 
RICHARD THE THIRD, by William Shakes- 
peare; John Willoughby, introd.; 
Lucy M. Fitzpatrick, notes; general 
introd. by David G. Pitt. New York, 
Airmont Pub. Co. 177 p. 5 acts. 
(Airmont Shakespeare classics series, 
SI5 ) NM: art work, introd. & notes. 
©Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; I5JUI66; 
A92915'f • 
RICHARD III, by William Shakespeare; 
edited by Oscar James Campbell, 
Alfred Rothschild & Stuart Vaughan . 
Bantam globe Shakespeare commemora- 
tive ed. New York, Bantam Books. 
269 p. (A Bantam classic, SC309) 
© on Introductory material; Bantam 
Books, Inc.; lMay67; A923950. 
THE RIDDLE, a one-act play for Advent 
by Earl P. Lewin. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 22 p. © Walter H. Baker 
Co.; 250ct67; DP6527. 
THE RIDDLE OF DOSTOEVSKY ' S IDIOT, by 
Katharine Strelsky. 22 1. Lecture. 
© Katharine Strelsky; 7Jul67; 
C 197 07. 
RIDE A WINNER; recording script for 
the Westinghouse Electric Corp. 
by Jam Handy Organization. 40 1. 
©Westinghouse Electric Corp.; 
l8Sep67; CI99II. 



RIDE THE DARK MOON, a three act play 
by Eugene Millar. 173 1. © Eugene 
Millar; 27Jul67; DU69282. 

RIDE TO THE BEACH, a one-act play 
by Joseph Eppert, pseud, of Joseph 
Epolito. 1 V. © Joseph Eppert; 
l60ct67; DU69920. 

RIDE UPON A PEACOCK; screenplay by 
Louis Stanton. 1 v. With music. 
© Louis Stanton; llAug67; DU69396. 

THE RIGHT LEVER; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. l4 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; l8Sep67; C19894 . 

RIGHT OF THE FIRST NIGHT. See 
SEIGNIORY RIGHTS. 

THE RIMERS OF ELDRITCH, a play in two 
acts by Lanford Wilson. Dramatists 
Play Service. Acting version. 63 p. 
© Lanford Wilson; 17Aug67; DP6470. 

RIP VAN WINKLE, a musical fantasy in 
two acts, book, lyrics & music by 
Edward Mack. 75 1. Book & lyrics 
only. Based on the story by 
Washington Irving. © Edward Mack; 
250ct67; DU69933. 

THE RISE AND FALL OF MAHAGONNY, an 
opera in two acts by Kurt Weill & 
Berthold Brecht; English adaptation 
by Carl Pavsner. 77 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Carl Pavsner; 3Jul57; 
DU69163. 

RITUAL, a play in one act by Roma 
Greth. 19 1. © Roma Greth; 
310ct67; DU69962. 

RITUAL IN THE DARK, from the novel by 
Colin Wilson, screenplay by Colin 
Wilson & Stephen Geller. 229 1. 
© Pequod Productions, Inc.; 13Dec67; 
DU70343. 

ROAD'S END, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Charles 
G. Jones. 30 1. © Charles G. Jones; 
60c t67; DU69812. 

ROAST PIG, a comedy in one act by 
Raymond Hull, based on the essay 
A dissertation upon roast pig by 
Charles Lamb. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 23 p. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
2Aug67; DP65O2. 

ROBINS NEVER RUN, an original screen- 
play by Allen J. Actor. 82 1. 
© Allen J. Actor; 10Jul67; DU69131. 

THE ROCK, by Robert E. Young. 4 1. 
A play. © Robert E. Young; 20ot67; 
DU69752 . 

ROCK-A-DIE, MY BABY, by E. Jack 
Kaplan. 120 1. A screenplay. 
® E. Jack Kaplan; 25Sep67; DU69682. 
THE ROCKER, by Richard W. Hayes. 

14 1. A play. © Richard W. Hayes; 
190c t67; DU69893. 

ROCOCO COCO bean; See 

RICHARD HARDING BUSH. 
ROMAN DEITIES. See 

CHIEF ROMAN DEITIES. 
ROMANCE, a new musical play In 3 acts; 
musical score by Brian Tlpler, book 
& lyrics by St. John Hardman. 2 v. 
© St. John Hardman & Brian Tlpler; 
3Jul67; DU69168. 
THE ROMANY WAGONS, a screenplay, first 
draft by David A. Down. 1 v. 
© David A. Lown; I60ct67; DU69866. 
ROMEO AND JULIET; opera in five acts, 
music by Charles Gounod, libretto 
by J. Barbier & M. Carre. English 
version by George & Phyllis Mead. 
New York, F. Colombo. 36 p. (Col- 
lection of opera libretti, NY2610) 
English & French. Libretto. 
©Franco Colombo, Inc.; 24Aug67; 
DP6538. 



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A ROOKING IN A ROOKERY, by Louis 
A. Dl Oangi. 117 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Louis A. Di Gangi; 
27Nov67; DU70135. 

THE ROOM, by Natalie Lubln. 29 1. 
A play. © Natalie Lubln; 22Aug67; 
DU69465 . 

A ROSE IN A GARDEN OF THORNS, a play 
in 3 acts by A. S. Fischer. 1 v. 
© Molra Jaffln & Arthur Fischer; 
l60ct67; DU69921. 

A ROSE IS A ROSE, a play by Victor 
French. 54 1. 3 acts. © Victor E. 
French; 19Sep67; DU69631. 

THE ROSEBUSH IN THE DESERT, a comedy 
in three acts by Eugen Relchbach. 
1 V. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
The melting pot, 10Feb60, DU50442. 
NM: revision. ©Eugen Relchbach; 
25Aug67; DU69489. 

THE ROTTEN KIDS, by Milton Gelger. 
31. A narration script. ® Milton 
Gelger; 15Nov67; C20071. 

THE ROVING GAMBLER, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
H. E. White. 31 1. © Hugh E. White; 
24Nov67; D'J70125. 

LA RUE NOIRE; piece en deux parties 
d'Armand Salacrou. [Paris] Gallimard. 
252 p. (Le Manteau d'arlequln) 
© Editions Gallimard; lMayfa7; 
DPO-1554 . 

RUN, LEROY, RUN, by Mark Mahall. 89 1. 
A screenplay. © Mark Mahall; 
22Aug67; DU6947O. 

RUNNER. See 

THE ODYSSEY OF JIM RYAN. 



SACRED HEART, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Rose A. 
Waters. 30 1. © Rose A. Waters; 
24Jul67; DU69252. 

THE SAFE PLACE, a one act play by 

Barbara Sunderland. 26 1. © Barbara 
Blrdsall Sunderland; 50ct67; DU59798. 

SAGA OF AMERICA; episodes 1-7 by John 
Alexander &■ Sanford I. Hansell. 
1 V. A narration script. © John 
Alexander & Sanford I. Hansell; 
5Jul67; CI9682. 

SAGA OF THE ONE-EYED DEMON. See 
JUNGLE JUSTICE. 

ST. JERMYK, a play in two acts by 

Andrew Glaze. 1 v. © Andrew Glaze; 
7Nov67; DU7OOI8. 

ST. JOAN. See 

LECTURES ON DRAMATIC LITERATURE IN 
THE CLASSROOM. 

A SALES TRAINING PROGRAM, THE COMPATI- 
BLES, by Keuffel & Esser Co. 1 v. 
© Keuffel & Esser Co.; 9Jun57; 
C19703. 

SALESMAN, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Razla 
Choudhury. 29 1. © Razla Choudhury; 
SlSep67; DU69662. 

SAMEDI SOm. See 

CARPE NOCTEM. 
SAN FRANCISCO '06, by John Anthony, 

pseud, of John Anthony Stelniclci. 

1 V. A musical play in 3 acts. 

Book & lyrics only. ® John Anthony 

Stelnicki; 6Nov67; DU69970. 

THE SAN FRANCISCO VOYAGE. 2 1. 

Monologue. © San Francisco Sunshine 
Co.; 12Jul67; CI969I. 



THE SAND RIDDLE, a motion picture 
script by Jack Mlskell. 92 1. 
© Jack T. Mlskell; 15Nov67; DU70083. 

SANTA CLAUS AND THE MAGIC LANTERN, a 
Christmas play for children by 
Charles Garo Ashjlan. 27 1. 
© Charles Garo Ashjlan; 21Dec67; 
DU70318. 

SATURDAY NIGHT, a play by Jerome Kass. 
110 1. 2 acts. ® Jerome Kass; 
25Jul67; DU 69333. 

A SAVAGE ANGELUS, a full length play 
in three acts by Patrick J. Nolan. 
127 1. © Patrick J. Nolan; llSep67; 
DU69672. 

SAY HELLO TO THE WORLD; book, lyrics 
& music by Janet Wilson. Rev. 
1966-67. 129 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Based on the work, the words & a 
portion of the life of Mark Twain. 
Book & lyrics only, with music for 1 
song. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Mark Twain, 23Jul65, DU63581. 
© Janet Wilson; 27Jul67; DU6928I. 

SCANDAL POINT, a play in three acts 
by John Patrick. 1 v. ® John 
Patrick; 230ct67; DU69909. 

SCAVENGER HUNT, by Donald R. Boyle. 
129 1. A screenplay. © Donald R. 
Boyle; 29Nov67; DU7OI68. 

THE SCENE PLEASE, ME. TAMBO, MR. BONES, 
by Alexander Panas . A play in 9 
scenes. © Alexander Panas; 13Jul57; 
DU69154 . 

SCENES FOR WOMEN FROM THE PLAYS OF 
SHAKESPEARE; selected, edited & 
arranged by Marion Parsons Robinson. 
Boston, W. H. Baker Co. 1B8 p. 
NM: Introd. ©Walter H. Baker Co.; 
21Sep67; DP6521. 

SCENT THE MORNING AIR. See 
THREE ONE -ACT PLAYS. 

DER SCHLUSSEL ZU DEM RATSEL DER SCHOP- 
FUNG (The key to the mystery of 
creation) Ein Vortrag ijber die 
Christliche Wissenschaft von Thomas 
A. McClaln. 33 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 4Nov63, Cl6l77. NM: 
German translation. © Thomas A. 
McClain; 2Jun67; CI9666. 

T?IE SCHOOL, a play in three acts by 
Louis Pearl. 32 1. ® Louis Pearl; 
12Jul67; DU69148. 

THE SCOFFLAWS, a comedy of American 
history in two acts, six scenes by 
B. J. Burnett. 62 1. © B. J. Bur- 
nett; 6Jun67; A917366. 

SCOTTIE, by Sam Ruggierl (Samuel 
Ruggieri) 1 v. A musical play. 
® Samuel Ruggieri; 24jul67; DU6936O. 

SCREAM ON SOMEONE YOU LOVE TODAY, 

written by Bob Booker, George Foster, 
Buddy Arnold, Barry Sand & Jay Bur- 
ton. 1 V. © Thirteen Productions, 
Inc.; l6Aug67; C19818. 

THE SCRIPT, by Andrew L. Martin. 
98 1. A screenplay. ® Andrew 
Louis Martin; 30ct67; DU69762. 

SEA COMMANDS, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by 
Mary Galther. 31 1- © Mary Gaither; 
24Jul67; DU69249. 

SEARS MODERNIZING CREDIT PLAN, by 
Sears, Roebuck & Co. 10 1. Film- 
strip script. © Sears, Roebuck & 
Co.; 25Jul67; C19800. 

THE SEASONS, by Gordon Shomaker. 1 v. 
5 scenes. © Gordon Shomaker; 9Nov67; 
DU70039. 

SECOND WIND, by Mary Rauworth. 74 1. 
A play In 3 acts. © Mary Rauworth; 
17Nov67; DU7OI63. 



THE SECRET CYCLE, by Julius Vogel, 
pseud, of Julius Fogel. 86 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Julius Fogel; 
30Aug67; DU695I5. 

THE SECRET KEY TO LIFE AND LIVING, 
ENTHUSIASM, by Jerry Dean Armistead. 
11 1. Lecture. © Jerry Dean Armi- 
stead; 28Dec67; C20133. 

SECRET LOVE. See 

THE WORKS OF JOHN DRYDEN, VOLUME IX. 

THE SECRET OF SUCCESS; no.l 8: 2, by 
Keith Miller. 1 v. Script. 
© Keith Miller d.b.a. American 
Heritage Group; lNov67; C20078. 

SEEING IS BELIEVING, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Eugene E. Parson. 31 1. © Eugene E. 
Parson; 20Jul67; DU69225. 

SEEING THE U.S.A. THE OK WAY; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division. 
11 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Organization. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
IOJUI67; CI9744. 

SEEING THE U.S.A. THE OK WAY; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division. 
18 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Organization. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
IOJUI67; CI9747. 

SEEK AND YOU SHALL FIND, by Pete 
Seeger. 3 1. A monologue. 
© Sanga Music, Inc.; 17Nov67; 
C2O069. 

SEIGNIORY RIGHTS; or. Right of the 
first night (Jus prim.ae noctis) 
A play in 3 acts with prologue & 
epilogue by Edward D. Powers, 71 p. 
© Edward D. Powers; 7Nov67; DU7OCI5 . 

SELLING IS EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS; re- 
cording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division. 7 1. Appl. author: Jam 
Handy Organization. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
IOJUI67; CI9745. 

THE SENATOR AND THE CALL GIRL, 
a melocomedy in seven scenes by 
C. W. Jones. 128 1. © C. W. Jones; 
13Sep67; DU69605. 

SENIOR CITIZENS, by George B. Roblnton. 
47 1. A play in 2 acts. ® George 
Bernhard Roblnton; 20Dec67; DUYO317. 

SENSE OF CONCRETE FORM k ABSTRACT. 
See 
KUUSOOKA YUSE NAMI . 

SENSITIVE. See 
THE GIFT. 

SETON'S RADIO BROADCAST, by Angela 
Seton a.k.a. Angela Farrell. 4 1. 
© Angela Seton; lSep67; C19946. 

SEVEN AT A BLOW, a musical for chil- 
dren with book, music & lyrics by 
Judith Dvorkin. 2 v. 6 scenes. 
© Judith Dvorkin; 31Jul67; DU69307. 

SEVEN GATES TO HEAVEN. See 
THE TIGER AND THE DRAGON. 

SEVEN SIDED TRIANGLE, a farce in three 
acts by David M. Spiegel. I3I 1. 
3 acts. ® David M. Spiegel; 
22Nov67; DU70120. 

SEVEN YEAR MARRIAGE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Lillian V. Stergin. 26 1. 
© Lillian V. Stergin; 24Nov67; 
DU70123. 

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN, by Warren Kliewer. 
3 acts. (In Religious theatre, no.4, 
winter 1966-67, p. 23-87) ® Religious 
Theatre, James R. Carlson 8: Warren 
Kliewer, editors; 24Feb67; DP6415. 



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July — Dec. ' 



SEW AND SEW, by George G. Read. 72 1. 
A play In J acts. © George G. Read; 
6sep67; DU69549. 

THE SEXOLOGIST, a comedy In six acts 
by Homer Wade. 46 1. © Homer Wade; 
27Sep67; DU697O5. 
SHAKESPEARE'S GHOST RETURNS TO PARTICI- 
PATE IN WHO WROTE SHAKESPEARE, a 
fantasy comedy-drama one act set by 
J. O'Connor. 46 1. © Joseph 
O'Connor; IlAug67; DU6959't • 

THE SHEPHARDES PLAYE, a pageant opera 
by John La Montaine. Op.Jb. 
115 p. © John La Montaine; 27Nov67; 
DP6575. 

SHEPHERDS AT THE MANGER. See 
OFFICIUM PASTORUM. 

A SHIP IN FULL SAIL, by James Carroll, 
pseud, of Earl M. Hibbard. 1 v. 
A play In 3 acts. © Earl M. 
Hibbard; 20ct67; DU69755 . 

SHIVA, a play by Anita B. Beckensteln. 
48 1 2 parts. © Anita B. Becken- 
steln; 5IJUI67; DU69378. 

SHOOT DOWN THE SUN, an original screen- 
play by Jack Groverland, pseud, of 
William Arnebold. 1 v. © Jack 
Groverland; 19Jul67; DU69204 . 

THE SHORTEST DAY: JUNE 5, 1967; or, 
The kosher victory. A comedy by 
H. Barry Sand. 15 1- © H. Barry 
Sand; llAug67; DU69393. 

SHOW GIRL, a musical comedy, screenplay 
by Van Dyck Story, music & lyrics 
by Van Dyck Story & Lawrence Keyes. 
1 V. 31 scenes. Book only. 
© Van Dyck Story; 14Nov67; DU70260. 

THE SHREWD OPERATOR, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Altha Newbold. 32 1. © Altha New- 
bold; 24Jul67; DU692'^5• 
SCREAM ON A DARK STREET; original 
screenplay by Aubrey Wlsberg. 
103 1. © Aubrey Wlsberg; 160ot67; 
DU69867 . 
THE SHRUNKEN HEAD OF PANCHO VILLA, 
a play by Luis Miguel Valdez. 
88 1. 2 acts. © Luis Valdez; 
l60ct67; DU69861. 
SHYLOCK, a play with music by Bob 
Brown King. 86 1. 2 acts. Based 
upon William Shakespeare's The 
merchant of Venice. Book S: lyrics 
only. © Bob Brown King; 21Deo67; 
DU70326 . 
SHYLOCK CARRIES ON, by Tilton Topping. 
96 1. A play in 4 acts. © Tilton 
Topping; 12Dec67; DU70267. 

SICILIANS TALE. See 
THOU KING, THOU FOOL. 

SIGNS OP THE TIMES, an original story 
written h adapted for television by 
Marls De Long. 3I 1. © Maris De 
Long; 29Nov67; DU70177. 

SILENCE IS A PLACE; screenplay by John 
Nicholas. 1st draft. 89 1 . © John 
P. Nicholas; 8Aug67; DU69361. 

THE SILENT CAT SAID, a play in three 
acts by Carolyn Swetland. IO7 1. 
© Carolyn Swetland; l60ct67; 
DU69868. 

SILICONE BUST, by John Stewart. 

Sheet. © SFO Music, Inc.; 13Sep67; 
CI9858. 

SIMON SAYS; words & music by Curtis 
Knight. Sheet. © PPX Pub. Co., 
division of PPX Enterprises, Inc.; 
100ct67; CI9961. 

SIN AND SORCERY AS VIEWED BY SOCIETY, 
CIRCA 1968, a rude revue by Tobi 
Louis. 1 V. 2 acts. © Tobi Louis; 
15Aug67; DU69416. 



THE SINGING PRINCESS, by Anton Gino 
Domeneghini. 1 v. A musical screen- 
play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Daisy Rieger; 7Nov67; DU7OO69. 

SIR LUCAS AND THE TWO SAMS, a play for 
television by Peter Shaffer. 1 v. 

4 acts. Appl. author: Cantray Enter- 
prises, Ltd., employer for hire. 

© Reath Enterprises; l6oot67; 
DU69837. 

SIR MARTIN MAR-ALL. See 

THE WORKS OF JOHN DRYDEN, VOLUME IX. 

650 WINDROWER; recording script for 
J. I. Case Co. 9 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © J. I. 
Case Co.; 10Jul67; C19752- 

SIX PLAYS, by Paul Scott Mowrer. 
Boston, Branden Press. 117 p. 
NM: addition. © Branden Press, 
Inc . ; 5ON0V67 ; A954 305 . 

SIX UNIT WALTON ART COURSE, by Richard 
Guy Walton. 149 1. ® Richard Guy 
Walton & Vivian Diane Walton; 
8Dec67; C2OIO9. 

THE SIXTY-EIGHTH STORY; script for 
a musical about today by Sidney 
Llppman. 36 1. Book only. 
© Sidney Llppman; 25Aug67 ; DU69772. 

60 SEC. RADIO SPOT, NO. 1-6. 1 v. 
© Forest Lawn Memorial-Park Assn.; 
I3N0V67; C20091. 

SKIDOO, an original screenplay by 
Doran William Cannon. l42 1. 
©Sigma Productions, Inc.; 15Nov57; 
DU70078. 

SKINSHOW, by Lester S. Becker. 113 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Lester S. Becker; 
28Aug67; DU69503. 

SKIT-0-PHRENlKS, a revue by Shirl 
Bernhelm (Shirley Bernheim) 1 v. 

5 blackout skits. © Shirl Bernheim; 
7Aug67; DU69373. 

SKYSCRAPER, a musical comedy; book by 
Peter Stone, lyrics by Sammy Cahn, 
music by James van Heusen. New York, 
S. French. 1 v. (French's musical 
library) 2 acts. Based on Dream 
girl, by Elmer Rice. Libretto. 
Appl.'.' states lyrlts.prev. pub. I965 . 
©'Peter Stone; i4Nov67; DP6567 . 

SLAVE SHIP OF THE SARGASSOS; by Gordon 
Shomaker. 1 v. A play. © Gordon 
Shomaker; 9Nov67; DU7OO38. 

SLAVE TO A FAR PLANET; original screen- 
play by Aubrey Wlsberg. 1 v. 
© Aubrey Wlsberg; 7Dec67; DU70225 . 

A SLEEP OF DEMONS, a play In three 
acts by Herbert D. Greggs . 
94 1. © Herbert D. Greggs; 
27Jul67; DU69288. 

THE SLEEPING BAG, a play by Arthur L. 
Murphy. 131 1. 2 acts. © Arthur 
Lister Murphy; 8Aug67; DU69381. 

THE SLIGHTLY IRREVERENT COMEDY OF RON 
CAREY; written by Ron Carey, Carl 
Furia & Ron De Vlto. 8 1. A re- 
cording script. © R.S.V.P. Records, 
Inc.; 23Feb67; CI9215. (see also 
The slightly irreverent comedy of 
Ron Carey; 17Jan68; C20225) 
SLIGHTLY SEXUAL, a comedy drama in 
three acts by Ruth Gilbert. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Just a 
slight sexual problem. NM: addi- 
tion & revision. © Ruth Gilbert; 
l60ct67; DU69862. 
SLUGGER REILLY, by Jay Stuart & Gene 
Mack (Eugene B. Mack) 38 1. A 
screenplay in 24 scenes. © Eugene 
B. Mack & Jay Stuart; 310ot67; 
DU69940 . 



THE SLUMBER PARTY, a one-act comedy ! | 
for teen-agers by Lois Ryker. 'i 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 20 p. 
(Baker's plays for amateurs) Appl. 1 
author: Walter H. Baker Co., em- 
ployer for hire. © Walter H. Baker 
Co.; lAug67; DP6520. 

A SMALL PART OF A LONG STORY, by 
Robert Anderson. 110 1. A screen- 
play. © Robert Woodruff Anderson; 
15Dec67; DU70285. 

SMILING SKYDIVERS, Roger Pine. 157 1. ■ * 
A screenplay. © National Equipment \ 
Rental, Ltd.; 21Aug67; DU69459. 

THE SMOKERS, by Charles Rudolph Self. | 
23 1. A play. © Charles Rudolph 
Self; 8l>ec67; DU70233. 

SMOKING II, by Neil Rau. 5 1- Lec- 
ture. ©Magpie Productions; l4jul67; 
019699. 
SNAP, by F. X. Trowbridge, pseud, of 
Emmett Baker Groseclose. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Emmett Baker 
Groseclose; 20Sep67; DU69639' 

THE SNITCH, an original story written 
8: adapted for television by W. S. 
Cookenhara. 33 1 . © Walter S. 
Cookenham; 21Sep67; DU69649. 

SO HELP ME! A comic tragedy by Irving 
Vendig. 1 v. 3 scenes. © Irving 
Vendig Associates, Inc.; 3Jul67; 
DU69098. 

SO HELP ME. See ' 

HOW TO BE HAPPY WHILE BREATHING. 

SO YOUNG AND INNOCENT, an original 

story written & adapted for tele- ' 
vision by Catherine Barnes. 32 1. 
© Catherine Barnes; 40ct67; 
DU69778 . 

SOCRATES, a play in three acts by 
M. K. Kulikowskl. 183 1. ©M. K. 
Kulikowskl; 5Dec67; DU70217. 

EL SOLAR; comedla musical en dos 
actos, original de Jose Antonio 
Gutierrez Cabrera. 41 1. Book (I 
only. © Jose Antonio Gutierrez 
Cabrera; l60ct67;DU69805. 

SOLDADESCA. See 
TRES COMEDIAS. 

SOLDATEN; Nekrolog auf Genf, Tragodie 
von Rolf Hochhuth. [Hamburg] 
Rowohlt (R59} 191 p. Rowohlt 
Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 100ot67; DFI900. 

SOLDIER'S DAY, a musical play; book & 
. lyrics by Hubert Taliaferro, Jr. 
97 1. Book 8c lyrics only. © Hubert 
Taliaferro, Jr.; 12Jul67; DU69174. 

SOMETHING I'LL TELL YOU TUESDAY & 

THE LOVELIEST AFTERNOON OF THE YEAR; 
two plays by John Guare. Dramatists 
Play Service. 29 p. © John Guare; 
22Jun57; DP6419. 

SOMETHING NEW, SOMETHING DIFFERENT, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Kathleen Tryon 
(Kathleen Tryon Blunt) & Don Blunt. 
30 1. © Don & Kathleen Blunt; 
5Jul67; DU69113. 

A SON, COME HOME, by Ed Bullins . 
36 1. A play. © Ed Bullins; 
230ct67; DU69922. 

SONG FOR A CERTAIN MIDNIGHT, a play 
in three acts by Fred Lawrence 
Guiles. 87 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. Iljan57, DU43920. NM: editorial 
revision 8: addition. © Fred Lawrence 
Guiles; 24Nov67; DU70250. 

SONG FOR A NEW WORLD, a musical play 
in one act by Don A. Mueller 
(Donald Allen Mueller) 1 v. 
© Don A. Mueller; 2Nov67; DU69989. 



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THE SONG OF HUNGAHY; one act play by 
Robert A. Parsons. 1 v. With music. 
© Robert A. Parsons; 15Jul67; 
DU69153. 

THE SONG OF PADDY O'DAY, by Mel 
Hasman (Melvln Dale Hasman) 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only, © Mel Hasman; 
13Nov67; DU70109. 

THE SONG OF THE CITY, a musical 
pantomime by Albert Ben Stroud. 
7 1. Inspired by the Holy Bible, 
21st & 22d chapter of Revelations; 
adapted from the song. The beauti- 
ful city. © Albert Ben Stroud; 
7Sep67; DU69587. 

SONNY, a comedy in three acts by Roland 
Wolpert. 1 V. © Roland Howard Kol- 
pert; 20Nov67; DU7009lt . 

SOUL BROTHER'S HANG-UP, by Martin J. 
O'Malley. 1 v. A play in 5 scenes. 
©Martin J. O'Malley; 25Aug67; 
DU69490. 

SOUL OF WOOD, a play by James E. Dvfyer. 
72 1. 2 acts. From the story by 
Jakov Lind. ® James E. Dwyer; 
11 Jul 67; DU69212. 

SOUND A HIGH C; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division. 12 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
® Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 10Jul67; C19741. 

THE SOUND OF DRUMS, by John T. Fowler. 
36 1. A play in 2 acts. NM: 
completely rewritten. © John Thomas 
Fowler; l8Dec67; DU70506. 

THE SOUND OF FORT WORTH, by Marvin J. 
Moore. 1 v. A series of recording 
scripts. ® Marvin Moore; 500ct67; 
019996- 

SOUNDS OF LOVE. See 
THE AWAKENING. 

SPACE CAPADES, a fantasy on space by 
Richard Callane. 30 1- A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Richard Callane; 
28Jun67; DU69081. 

SPEAK AND READ ESSENTIAL GERMAN, by 
Paul Pimsleur. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Paul Pimsleur; 17Jul67; 
CI9759. 

SPEAK SLOWLY, SPEAK CLEARLY, SPEAK 
NOW, a play by Daniel Curley. 
16 1. © Daniel Curley; 'tOct67; 
DU69776. 

SPEECH FOR COLLEGES & LECTURE TOURS; 
regarding books. The spider and the 
marionettes & Anatomy of rebellion, 
by Alan Dale, pseud of Aldo Sigis- 
mondi. 3*^ 1. © Alan Dale a.k.a. 
Aldo Sigismondi; llAug67; CI981I, 

THE SPELLING BEE, a one-act musical 
for children; book, music, & lyrics 
by C. Robert Jones. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 39 p. © C. Robert Jones; 
Uug67; DP6459. 

THE SPIDER AND THE MARIONETTES (The 
Alan Dale story) Screenplay by Alan 
Dale, pseud, of Aldo Sigismondi. 
1st draft. 177 1. Adapted from his 
autobiography. © Aldo Sigismondi; 
IOJUI67; DP6423. 

THE SPIRIT OF MORTAL, a three-act 
play concerning the assassination 
of Abraham Lincoln by Florence E. 
Bryant. 11 1. © Florence E. 
Bryant; 230ct67; DU69908. 

SPLIT CHERRY TREE, by Jesse Stuart; 
a play in one act dramatized by Dem 
& Janet Polachek. Chicago, Dramat- 
ic Pub. Co. 24 p. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 2Aug67; DP6505. 



THE SPOILS OF GETTYSBURG, by Mel 
Steinfield (Melvin Steinfield) 
31 1. A play in 3 acts. © Mel 
Steinfield; lNov67; DU69976. 

SPONSOR-RING; sample script by Jone 
Allison (Jone Allison Mosman) 
2 sheets. © Jone Allison; 4Aug67; 
CI977O. 

SPORTS-ACTION-STYLING, SIDE I, RECORD 2; 
recording script for Pontiac Motor 
Division. 12 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
500ct67; C2OOI5. 

SPOT THE SPONSOR, a television program 
by Russell W. Varney. J 1. 
© Russell W. Varney; 19Sep67; 

c 19876. 

SPRING 8c PORT WINE. See 
KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY. 

SPRING COMES TO WILLIS AVENUE, a 

television drama by James Leveson & 
Jobyna G. Phillips. 1 v. © James 
A. Leveson & Jobyna Phillips; 
100ct67; DU69819. 

THE SPRING FLOWER FAIR. See 
MAYPOLE VILLAGE SERIES. 

DIE SPURLOSEN, by Heinrich Boll & 
PHILEMON UND BAUKIS, by Leopold 
Ahlsen; edited by Anna Otten. New 
York, Odyssey Press. 117 p. NM: 
foreword, introd., footnotes, 
exercises & vocabulary. © Odyssey 
Press, Inc.; 20Jul67; A927654. 

THE STAGE MOTHER; or, A mother's 

pride. By Gil Garcia (Gilbert Garcia) 
16 1. A play. ® Gilbert Garcia; 
22Sep67; DU69666. 

THE STAIRS; or. What this house needs 
is a good five-cent dog. A satiri- 
cal, farcical fantasy in five scenes 
by Neal H. Rowland. 39 1- ® Heal 
H. Rowland; 26Dec67; DU70374. 

STANDARD OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. See 
KRISTEN VETEWSKAPS STANDARD. 

THE STAR-SPANGLED GIRL, by Neil 
Simon. New York, Random House. 
118 p. 3 acts. © Nancy Enterprises; 
190c t67; DP6544. 

A STAR WAS HIS CANDLE, a candlellghting 
service for Christmas by John W. 
Felton. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
13 p. Appl. author: Walter H. Baker 
Co., employer for hire. ©Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 170ct67; DP6509. 

A STARLIGHT ROMANCE, an original story 
written ^ adapted for television by 
William G. Doerr. 3I 1. © William 
G. Doerr; 29Nov67; DU7OI8O. 

THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, a fantasy of 
history adapted from Euripides' 
Bacchae, by William Irwin Thompson. 
49 1. 6 scenes. © William Irwin 
Thompson; l8Dec67; DU70297. 

STATUS OF CONVENIENCE FOODS, by 

Richard T. Keating. 10 1. Lecture. 
© Richard T. Keating; l8Dec67; 
C20123. 
STERN, a screenplay by Peter L. 
Bellwood. 176 1. From the novel 
by Bruce Jay Friedman. © Peter L. 
Bellwood; 28Jul67; DU69500. 
STICK YOUR NECK OUT, a new musical 
comedy; book by Jerome J. Schwartz, 
lyrics by Bob Hilliard, music by 
Robert Mersey. 1 v. 2 acts. Based 
on the novel Stick your neck out, 
by Mordecai Richler. Book only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. NM: revision 
& addition. © Jerome J. Schwartz; 
24Jul67; DU69262. 



A STILL SMALL VOICE, by Theodore K. 
Steele. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Theodore K. Steele; 22Aug67; 
DU69468. 

THE STORM, by Jane Merkle. 95 1. 
A play. NM: revision of The gift. 
© Jane Marsh Merkle; 20Jul67; 
DU69294 . 

THE STORY OF CHRISTMAS; play under 
narration; words & music by Virginia 
Richmond. Folder. ©Virginia 
Richmond; llMay67; C19665 . 

THE STORY OF THE HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT; 
one act play by Gladys Meriwether 
Jordan. 1 v. © Gladys Meriwether 
Jordan; 17Jul67 (in notice: 1966); 
A926219. 

THE STORY OF TWO AFTERNOONS, by 
Trevor Reese, pseud, of Martin 
Donegan. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Jun64, 
DU60570. NM: revision & addition. 
® Martin Donegan; 17Jul57; DU69181. 

THE STRANGER'S CROWN, a play by Susan 
Bonoff . 10 1. © Susan Bonoff; 
21Nov67; DU70114. 

THE STRANGLER, a new choke on an old 
gag by Arnold Powell. 2 acts. (In 
Playwrights for tomorrow, edited by 
A. H. Ballet. Minneapolis, Universi- 
ty of Minnesota Press, v. 4, p.l05- 
231) Appl. states prev. reg. 9Sep62, 
DU56=:86. ©Arnold Powell; lSep67; 
DP657O. 

STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL. See 
MAYPOLE VILLAGE SERIES. 

THE STRAY, by Joseph Anthony. 1 v. 
A play. © Joseph Anthony; llSep67; 
DU69575. 

THE STREETS OF HELL; movie script 
written by Edmundo Rivera Alvarez. 
169 1. ® Edmundo Rivera Alvarez; 
I80ct67; DU69941. 

STREETS OF THE CITY, volume XV, 1966- 
67, by Florence P. Simister. 1 v. 
© Florence Parker Simister; 110ct67; 
CI9964. 

STRIKE THE PUMA, a play by Paul 

Jenkins. Paris, Gonthier Publisher 
(705) 136 p. 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l4Apr66; DU6558I. © Paul 
Jenkins; 15Sep66; DP64l6. 

THE STRONG MAN, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Bert Quick. 32 1. © Bert Quick; 
24Nov67; DU70127. 

THE STUDENT WHO LEARNED A LESSON FROM 
THE POWER STRUCTURE, jlND GOT HIS 
DRAFT DEFERMENT. See 
ERASMUS MONT.ANUS. 

A SUDDEN CONQUEST, a chancel drama in 
one act & an epilogue by Louis Morgan, 
pseud, of Louise Stiernberg. 1 v. 
® Louise Morgan; 3Aug67; DU69324 . 

SUDDEN DEATH IN RIO VEGA, an original 
screenplay written by Chris Fellner 
(Christopher Allyn Fellner) 102 1. 
© Chris Fellner; 26Dec67; DU70376. 

SUGARHOUSE, a play in four acts by 
Stuart Murphy. 1 v. ® Stuart 
Murphy; 24Nov67; DU7OI33. 

SUMMER PLEASURES, SUMMER PROBLEMS, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by G. Eula Warner. 
32 1. © G. Eula Warner; 40ct67; 
DU69784 . 

SUNSET ON THE POTOMAC, in A-minor by 
Owen Campbell (James B. Campbell) 
29 1. © James B. Campbell; 28Dec67; 
DU70386. 



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DRAMAS 



July — Dec. 



SUPERMEN BE DAMNED, written for 
Garrison's gorillas, by Susan E. 
Beaulieu. 55 1. Script for a 
television series in 7 scenes, 
e Susan &igenla Beaulieu; 28Nov67; 
D'J7014 1 . 

SUPPLEMENT TO WHAT ON EARTH ARE WE 
DOING? By James C. Huffstutler. 
Iv. ©James C. Huffstutler; 
lJul67; DP6t69. 

SURE AS YOU'RE BORN! A musical 
revue; book & lyrics by Helen 
Kromer; music by Gene Benton. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 69 p. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. DU67852. ® Helen 
Kromer; 8Aug67; DP6464. 

SURPRISE, SURPRISE, an original story 
written 8c adapted for television by 
Elmer G. Cody. 32 1. ® Elmer G. 
Cody; 29Nov67; DU7OI75. 

SURRENDER, by Mary Brendle . 21 1. 
A play. © Mary Brendle; 20Sep675 
DU69640. 

THE SURRENDER OF CHIEF JOSEPH, a one 
act play by Ralph Bushnell Potts. 
18 1. © Ralph Bushrell Potts; 
29Aug67; DU69511- 

THE S'/IEDISH NIGHTINGALE, a musical 

play by Paul Dante Colltti. 1 v. 

2 acts. Book 8c lyrics only. 

® Paul Dante Colittl; 3Aug67; 

DU69341. 
SYMBOLS, MYTHS AND RATIONALE OP 

REVOLUTION . See 

MYTHS, SYMBOLS AND THE RATIONALE OP 
REVOLUTION. 

THE SYMPHONY; script by Charles Black- 
man. 12 1. A recording script. 
® Charles Blackman; 170ct57; 
CI9970. 
THE SYMPOSIUM, by Plato. A dramatized 
version by Franz Kobler & Ernst 
Miller; Introd. by Franz Kobler; 
afterword by Ernst MUller; original 
music by Hugo Kauder. New York, 
P. Ungar Pub. Co. 1 v. (Milestones 
of thought) 3 scenes. Appl. author: 
Frederick Ungar Pub. Co., Inc., 
employer for hire. ® Frederick Ungar 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 30Dec66; A93104i( . 
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS & THEORY AS IT RELATES 
TO DECISION MAKING IN MARKETING, by 
Guy Robert Detlefsen. 9 1. © Guy 
Robert Detlefsen; 27Sep67; CI9945. 



T.B.T. RANGE-MASTER SCRIPT. 2 1. 

Recording script. © T.B.T. , Inc.; 

21Dec67; C20122. 
TABOO OF RADJAPURA. See 

BETRAYED. 
TAKE ME WHERE THE WATER'S WARM, a 

comedy in three acts by James 

DeFelice. 171 1. © James 

DeFellce; 130ct67; DU69807. 

THE TALE OF THE ENCHANTED NECKLACE, 
a magical musical in two acts; 
book by Claire Johnson & Beatrice 
Caspar, music & lyrics by Beatrice 
Caspar. 1 v. © Beatrice W. Gaspar 
& Claire Johnson; 27Jul67; DU69292 . 

THE TALK OF THE TOWN; recording script 
for Admiral Corp. 15 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Admiral Corp.; 10Jul67; C19738. 

TALKIN' FUNERAL BLUES, by Burton 
P. Schwartz. 3 1. © Burton 
Schwartz; 28Sep67; C19953. 

TALL RETURNS FOR SHORT CORN; prepared 
for Deere 8c Co. Writer: Thomas W. 
Clark. Rev. July 21, I967. Film 
script. 16 scenes. © Wilding, Inc.; 
30Aug67; CI9928. 



THE TALLEST OF THE QUADRUPEDS, a one- 
act play by Richard Rawles. 26 1. 
© Richard Rawles; 6Nov67; DU69969. 

TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT; parts I & II 
by Christopher Marlowe; edited by 
John D. Jump. Lincoln, University 
of Nebraska Press. 205 P- (Regents 
Renaissance drama series) 5 acts. 
NM: revision, introd., notes. 
© University of Nebraska Press; 
6Ju167; A929713. 

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, by William 
Shakespeare; Z. N. Zlrling, introd.; 
Lucy M. Fltzpatrick, notes; general 
introd. by David G. Pitt. New York, 
Airmont Pub. Co. I38 p. 5 acts. 
(Airmont Shakespeare classics series, 
SIO) NM: art work, introd. S: notes. 
® Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 15Jul56; 
A929I59. 

THE TAMING OF THE SUPERMARKET, by 

Martin J. O'Malley. l4 1. 3 scenes. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 25Nov66, 
DU67222. NM: revision & additional. 
©Martin J. O'Malley; 3Jul67; 
DU69104 . 

THE TANK, by Hal Hauser (Harold Hough 
Hauser. 121 1. A screenplay. 
© Harold Hough Hauser; 22Sep67; 
DU697W . 

TAPE RECORDER INTRODUCTION [prepared 
for] Bell S: Howell by Wilding. 
Writer: Marv David. 13 1. Script. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 17Jul67; C19725. 

TARTUFFE, a comedy by Moliere, trans- 
lated by Henry F. Salerno. 
46 1. 5 acts. © Henry F. Salerno; 
27Jul67; DU69285 . 

TARTUFFE. See 

LECTURES ON DRAMATIC LITERATURE IN 

THE CLASSROOM. 
THADDEUS. 
TARTUFFE AND OTHER PLAYS BY MOLIERE; 
translated with an introd. by 
Donald M. Frame. New American 
Library. 384 p. 7 plays. ©Donald 
M. Frame; 28Sep67; A942055. 
TATTERED TOM; or, Jenny's secret. A one 
act children's musical based upon 
the novel. Tattered Tom, by Horatio 
Alger, Jr.; book by Steve Press 
.(Stephen M. Press); S; Bonnie Ardltti 
(Bonnie Ardittl Edelstein) 30 1. 
© Stephen M. Press & Bonnie Ardltti 
Edelstein; 12Sep67; DU69583. 
TEACH YOURSELF LITHO CAMERA TECHNIQUE, 
by James K. Jobson. 13 1. A talk. 
© James K. Jobson; lAug67; C19757. 

THE TEACHING OF DRAMA IN SECONDARY 
SCHOOLS. See 

LECTURES ON DRAMATIC LITERATURE IN 
THE CLASSROOM. 
TEACHING THE DEMOCRATIC PRCCESSES AT 
THE SECONDARY LEVEL; recording 
script for the Jam Handy Organization. 

1 V. 4 parts. © Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion; 29Nov67; C2OO82. 

TECHNIQUES OF INTERPRETING HOSPITAL 
COSTS DESIGNED FOR HOSPITAL ADMIN- 
ISTRATORS, by Joseph E. Koll. 

2 V. © Joseph E. Koll; 15Dec67; 
C20116. 

TEENAGE QUEEN OF THE SOUTH SHORE, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Marie Le Boeuf . 31 !• 
® Marie Le Boeuf; 2Nov67; DU69987. 

THE TEETH ON THE TEMPLE DOOR, a comedy 
by Roma Greth. 178 1. 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. Jul6l, 
DU53616. NM: addition & revision. 
© Roma Greth; 110ct67; DU69767. 
TELEMACHUS CLAY, a collage for sounds 
& voices in two acts by Lewis John 
Carlino. Rev. version. Dramatists 
Play Service. 62 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. I962, prev. pub. 1963. 
© Lewis John Carlino; 22Jun67; 
DP6428. 



TELL IT ALL, SELL IT ALL; recording 
script for the J. I. Case Co. by 
Jam Handy Organization. 20 1. 
© J. I. Case Co.; l8Sep67; CI9885 . 

TELL IT ALL, SELL IT ALL; recording 
script for the J. I. Case Co. by 
Jam Handy Organization. Rev. 
May 2, 1967. 18 1. © J. I. Case 
Co.; I8sep67; CI9886. 

THE TELL-TALE HEART, a play in one 
act dramatized by Luella E. McMahon, 
from the story by Edgar Allan Poe. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 26 p. 
©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 50ct67; DP6515. 

A TEMPEST AMONG THE INTERMEDIATES; 
recording script for the Pontiac 
Motor Division by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 18 1. © Pontiac Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; l8Sep67; 
CI9908. 

TEMPLE BELLS, by Ishvsnl Hamilton. 
91. A screenplay in 9 scenes. 
® Ishvanl Hamilton; 4Deo67; DU70205 . 

THE TEMPTATION OF ST. ANTHONY; from 
Mathls der Maler, script by Charles 
Blackman. 12 1. A recording 
script. © Charles Blackman; 
170ct67; CI9969. 

TEN ONE ACT PLAYS, by Crane Johnson. 
New York, Theatre Press. 92 p. 
© Crane Johnson; 25Aug67; A936880. 



THE 1030 COMPORT KING; recording script 
for the J. I. Case Co. 20 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© J. I. Case Co.; 10Jul67; C19728. I 

I 

TERRE EST KONDE. See 
THE WORLD IS ROUND. 

TERROR BY ERROR, an original story 
written 8: adapted for television by 
W. Clyde Carney. 30 1. © W. Clyde 
Carney; l8Dec67; DU70303. 

TEXAS, a symphonic outdoor drama of 
American life by Paul Green. New 
York, S. French. 104 p. Book 5; 
lyrics only. © Paul Green; 17May67; 
DP6534. 

THADDEUS, a comedy in two acts by 
Lucille M. Murray. 100 1. Adapted 
from Tartuffe, by Moliere. © Lucille 
M. Murray; 5Jul67; DU69176. 

THANKSGIVING AT AUNT BETTY'S, a play In 
3 acts by Robert Riche. 1 v. 
© Robert Riche; 19Sep67; DU69628. 

THAT HAPPY AGE, a comedy in three acta 
by Howard Warwick. 115 1- © Howard 
Warwick; 9Aug67; DU69367. 

THAT MAN FROM CYRENE, a Passion Week 
play by Lloyd B. Mignerey. 54 1. 
3 parts. © Lloyd B. Mignerey; 
28Aug67; DU69552. 

THAT MAN FROM UEUMBABA; book by Moira 
Jaffin 8c Arthur Fischer, music by 
Moira Jaffin, lyrics by Arthur 
Fischer. 1 v. 2 acts. © Moira 
Jaffin 8c Arthur Fischer; l60ct67; 
DU69855. 

THAT WAS THE CAMPUS THAT WAS, by Judy 
Sink Stephens 8c William Tranqullli. 
31 1. A play with music. Book & 
lyrics only. © Judy Sink Stephens 
& William Tranqullli; l80ct67; 
DU6983I. 
THAT'S REALLY LIVIN'; recording script 
for Admiral Corp. 13 1. Appl. au- 
thor: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Admiral Corp.; 10 Jul 67; C19739. 

THAT'S SHOW BIZ, a new play by William 
R. Paris, Jr. 1 v. ^ acts. 
® William R. Paris, Jr.; 10Jul67; 
DU69I29. 



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1967 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



135 



THEATRE, de Luigi Pirandello. Diane 
et la Tuda; Quand on est quelqu'un; 
Les geants de la montagne. Tradults 
par Feliclen Marceau, pseud, de. 
Louis Carette, Georges Piroue & 
Andre Barsacq. [Paris] Denoel. 
342 p. © Editions' Denoel; 30Jun67; 
DFO-1560. 

THEATRE, de Paul Claudel avec trente- 
deux illus. par Andre Masson, Lucien 
Coutaud, Felix Labisse. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 704 p. NM: illus. 
© Editions Gallimard; 15Dec66; 
AF25865. 

THEATRE EXPERIMENT; edited by Michael 
Benedikt. I967 . Garden City, N.Y., 
Doubleday. 396 p. 17 plays. NM: 
compilation, introd. & notes. 
© Michael Benedikt; 29Sep67; 
A940698. 

THERE ARE NO SQUARES LIKE RED SQUARES, 
a comedy by Erwin Swann. 1 v. 
3 acts. Based on a novel by Ilya 
Ilf & Eugene Petrov. Appl. states 
prev. reg. NM: revision. ©Erwin 
Swann; 3Jul67; DU69164 . 

THERE'S MAGIC IN MOONLIGHT. See 
THE FRECKLED AFFAIR. 

THESE ARE YOUR YEARS; student recruit- 
ment motion picture j writer, Leo S. 
Rosenorans. 43 1. © Medical College 
of South Carolina; llDec67; DU70240. 

THESE THREE YEARS, a 2 act comedy- 
drama by Megan Lloyd S. 36 1. 
© Megan Lloyd S. ; 9Nov67; DU70252. 

THEY CALL ME MR. PUMPKIN, a television 
story in five scenes by Woody Eney 
(Harry E. Eney III) I8 1. With 
music. © Woody Eney; 20Nov67; 
DU7OO96 . 

THEY CAME FROM SPAIN, the story of the 
Coronade expedition ... by Margaret 
Harper, 6S 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Margaret Harper (Mrs. Pies Harper); 
21Nov67; DU7OII3. 



THEY LlVtD HIPPILY BVER AFTtR. 
HIP HIPPIE HOORAY, 



Sfefe 



THEY WHO DISBAND THE ARMIES, a musical 
comedy; book & lyrics by H. D. E. 
(Herbert D. Emswiler, Jr.) 1 v. 
Based on Lysistrata, by Aristophanes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Herbert D. 
Emswiler, Jr.; l6Aug67; DU69430. 

THEY'LL LOOK NO FITRTHER; recording 
script for Admiral Corp. I3 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Admiral Corp.; 10Jul67; C19737. 

THINE IS THE KINGDOM, a tithing play 
in one act for the church stage or 
the church sanctuary; written for 
the Layman Tithing Foundation by 
Robert Howard Clausen. 65 p. 
© Layman Tithing Foundation; 30Aug57; 
A933403. 

THE THING ITSELF, a play by Arthur 
Sainer. 42 1. © Arthur Sainer; 
24Jul67; DU69258. 

THIRTY, a play in one act by Gordon 
Law. 10 1. © Gordon Clifton Law; 
15Dec67; DU70290. 

THIS COUNTRY TO ME, by Timothy John 
Taylor. Sheet. Appl. ti.: America 
to me. © Timothy John Taylor; 
8nov67; C20053. 
THIS DAY'S MADNESS, a play in three 
acts by Grace Baughan. 75 1. 
©Grace Baughan; 17Jul67; DU69185 . 

THIS IS MY CITY; written for Mayor 
Samuel W. Yorty by Lee Berg. 3 1. 
© Lee Berg; l4Aug67; C19812. 



THIS IS THE WAY IT IS; recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division. 4 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 300ct67; C20006. 

THIS IS TO TELL YOU WHAT I THOUGHT 
EVERYBODY'S UNDERWEAR LOOKED LIKE 
WHEN I WAS LITTLE, a play in one 
act by Roma Greth. 20 1. © Roma 
Greth; l4Aug67; DU69397. 

THIS SANDWICH HAS NO MAYONNAISE, 
a one act play by Mary Handle 
(Mary Handle Mitchell) 24 1. 
© Mary R. Mitchell; 13Nov67; 
DU70053. 

THIS WAS AMERICA, by Peggy Simon. 
22 1. A play. © Peggy Simon; 
llDec67; DU7O325 . 

DEE THOMAS CANTOR A TAMAS TEMPLOM 
KARNAGYA; muslkdrama in 3 Aufziigen, 
16 Bildern aus dem Leben von J. S. 
Bach. ■ Text, Georg LSng (Gyorgy 
L&ng), Deutsche iibersetzung, Arpad 
Wein, Musik, Emil Abranyi. 215 p. 
Vollstandiger Klavierauszug. © Emil 
Abr&nyi & Gyorgy Lang; llJul67; 
DU69177 . 

THE THORNBEREY TREE, a play In three 
acts by Tao Strong, pseud, of Tao 
Strong Stein. 1 v. © Tao Strong 
Stein; 12Sep67; DU69671. 

THOSE KOKNOVER GIRLS, created by 
Roslyn Marshall. 28 1. A screen- 
play. © Roslyn Marshall; 21Jun67 ; 
DU69086. 

THOU KING, THOU POOL, a play in one 
act by Dale Chappell Harrison, sug- 
gested by Longfellow's The Sicilians 
tale. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
44 p. © Dale Harrison; 100ct67; 
DP6518. 

THOU SHALT NOT, an original screenplay 
by Paul Vance & Don Segall. 98 1. 
© Paul Vance k Don Segall; 30Aug67; 
DU69519. 

A THOUSAND AT THE BRANCHES, a play 
in three acts by Norman J. Fedder. 
1 V. © Norman J. Fedder; 25Aug67; 
DU69t93. 

THREE GIRLS IN PARIS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Diane Smith. 31 1. © Diane Smith; 
13Nov67; DU70044. 

THE THREE GRACES, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Corrine Greer. 31 !• ® Corrlne 
Greer; 19Dec67; DU70309. 

THREE ONE- ACT PLAYS, by Louis J. 
Trinkaus. 1 v. Contents: New 
blood on the Rhine . — A duel near the 
park. --Scent the morning air. 
© Louis J. Trinkaus; 15Aug67; 
DU69418. 

THREE PLAYS, by Max Frlsoh, translated 
by James L. Rosenberg. 1st ed. 
New York, Hill & Wang. l45 p. 
(A Mermaid drairiabook, 40) NM: trans- 
lation & compilation. © Suhrkamp 
Verlag; 21Sep67; A938638. 

THE THREE SIDED SQUARE, by Joyce 

Shirley, pseud, of Shirley J. Miller 
& Pam Braun, pseud, of Patricia Brown; 
music by Joyce Shirley. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. © Shirley 
J. Miller; 7Aug67; DU6935O. 

THE THREE SONS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Emma Lancle. 30 1 . © Emma Lancle; 
21Sep67; DU69560. 

THREE TEMPTATIONS, by Carl Senob & 
John Slefken. 1 v. A musical play 
in 3 acts. © Carl Senob & John H. 
Siefken, Jr.; l60ct67; DU69918. 



3 WIVES & 3,000 HOUSES, a play in 
three acts by Oren Stephens. 
1 v. © Oren M. Stephens & Lorene 
V. Stephens; 110ct67; DU69825. 

THRESHOLDS, a play for the holy days, 
Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Succoth, 
by Doris Oilman. 7 1. Book only. 
© Women's League of the National 
Council of Young Israel; 20ct67; 
DP6574 . 

THROWING ROCKS IN FUN, a play in 
three acts by Jack Leavitt. 
104 1. © Jack Leavitt; 28Sep67; 
DU6977I. 

THUMBELINA (The elfin girl) An origi- 
nal operetta freely based on Hans 
Christian Andersen's famous fable 
Tommellse (Thumbelina) ; book & music 
by Margo Sederholm Moore (Margareta 
Sederholm Moore) 2 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as The elfin girl, 
15Jun62, DU55668. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Margareta Sederholm 
Moore; 28Dec67; DU70390. 
THYESTE; tragedie d'apres Seneque 

d'Hugo Claus, tradulte du neerlandais 
par Maddy Buysse. [Paris] Gallimard. 
85 p. (Le Manteau d'arlequin) 
© Editions Gallimard; 30May67; 
DFO-1555. 
TI BIAG A DI AGBUTENT (Life unafraid) 
Ti balakad ti Krlstiano Ciencia ni 
William Henry Alton. 21 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. llSep64, 
CI7062. NM: Ilocano translation. 
© William Henry Alton; 29Sep67; 
CI9939. 

A TICKET TO THE CITY, a drama in one 
act by Donald Elser . London, 
S. French. 26 p. © Donald Elser; 
30Dec66; DP6475 . 

TICKLE ME SO I CAN LAUGH, a new comedy 
by Travilla Deming. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Travilla Deming; 10 Jul67 ; DU69214 . 

THE TIGER AND THE DRAGON; or. The 

seven gates to heaven. An adventure 
screenplay by Joel M. Reed. I30 1. 
© Joel M. Reed; 90ct67; DU69853. 

THE TIJUANA DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS, by 
Don Bowman 8c Ray Kinnamon. 5 1. 
© Parody Pub. Co.; 3Jul67; CI9674 . 

TILL HUMAN VOICES WAKE US, a drama by 
Richard Pullerton. 31 1. 3 scenes. 
© Richard Sandlin Fullerton; 
24Nov67; DU70151. 

TILLY TUTWEILER'S SILLY TRIP TO THE 
MOON, a fable for two players by 
Norman D. Dletz. 1 v. (Theatre-in- 
prlnt, vol.6) A musical play. Book 
& lyrics only. © Norman Donald 
Dietz; I3NOV67; DP6537. 

TIM WHOSOEVER, a one act Christian 
drama by Jerome Hines k.a. Jerome 
A. L. Heinz. 12 1. © Jerome A. L. 
Heinz; 230ct67; DU69907. 

TIMBAR ON THE HIGH C, a puppet play 
by D. P. Nave. 10 1. © Delbert 
P. Nave; 3Jul67; DU69100. 

TIME, by Robby Rich, pseud, of Rose 
Ann Hirshman. 3 1. © Rose Ann 
Hlrshman; 27Jul67; C19717. 

THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE AND OTHER PLAYS, 
by William Saroyan; with an introd. 
by the author. Toronto, Bantam 
Books. 294 p. (Bantam world drama, 
NTIO) © on introductory material; 
Bantam Books, Inc.; lMay67; A923948. 

TIME TO RETIRE, a one-act play by 
Stephen Lewis. 16 p. © Stephen 
P. Lewis; 13Nov67; DU70055. 



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DRAMAS 



July — Dec. 



TIME WAS, a musical play In two acts, 
based on Oh ye Jigs and Juleps by 
Virginia Gary Hudson, adaptation >r. 
lyrics by Trudl MoCullough Osborne 
(Gertrude MoCullough Osborne) IO5 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Gertrude 
MoCullough Osborne; 17Nov67; 
DU70162. 

TIMMY DISCOVERS CHRISTMAS, by Edwin 
Dawklns, Jr. 5 1. Radio script. 
© Edwin Dawkins, Jr.; 29Aug67; 
C19846. 

TIMON OF ATHENS. See 

THE LIFE OF TIMON OF ATHENS. 



TIN IffllSTLE. 
BREAD LOAF. 



See 



TIT FOR TAT, an original screen play 
by Mildred Dumas. 241 1. ® Mildred 
Dumas; l60ct67; DU69863. 

TO BE IT, by Judith A. Laws. 5 1. 
A play. © Judith A. Laws; 40ct67; 
DU69803. 

TO HEAR A DRUMMER, by Ronald Edward 
Goyette. 6I 1. 3 acts. ©Ronald 
Edward Goyette; 4Aug67; DP6468. 

TO THE EARS OF THE PEOPLE, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Sarah Platsky. JO 1. 
© Sarah Platsky; 3Nov67; DU699g2. 

TOBACCO ROAD, a musical; book. Jack 
Kirkland. 1st draft. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Based on the play by Jack Kirkland & 
the novel by Erskine Caldwell. Book 
& lyrics only. © Jack Kirkland; 
i|Aug67; DU69344. 

TOBY TYLER; book, lyrics & music by 
Carol Green & Dennis Smith. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Based on 
the story by James Otis. © Carol L. 
Green & Dennis E. Smith; 13Sep67; 
DU69675. 

TOE JAM, by Elaine Jackson. 38 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Elaine Jackson; 
lNov67; DU70028. 

THE TOILET KING, a new musical comedy; 
book & musical outlines by George 
Mauro Campbell. 134 1. 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics for 2 songs. © George 
Mauro Campbell; 40ct67; DU6973O. 

TOM JONES, by Donald A. McPherson % 
Paul Holden. 1 v. A musical play In 
2 acts. Based on the book of the 
same title by Henry Fielding. 
© Sadoff Productions, Inc.; llSep67; 
DU69579. 

TOMMELISE. See 
THUMBELINA . 

THE TOP TEN, by Carl Perkins. Sheet. 
A recitation. © Cedarwood Pub. Co., 
Inc.; 60ct67; C20025. 

THE TOPLESS TOWERS, a fantastic 
adventure in one act by Royal W. 
Eokert. 5I 1. ® Royal W. Eokert; 
22Dec67; DU70352. 

TOPO STA NEIATA (Let's build a Juvenile 
world) Hypo Dimitri Apollo Tsoucalas. 
233 1. A play. Greek; title trans- 
literated. © Dimitri Apollo 
Tsoucalas; 28Aug67; DU6955O. 

TOUCH OF THE POET. See 

THE LATER PLAYS OF EUGENE O'NEILL. 

A TOUR OF TIJUANA, by Don Bowman & Ray 
Kinnamon. 2 1. © Parody Pub. Co.; 
3Jul67; CI9675. 

TOWARD A CHANGELESS SEA, a play for 
^ix people by Jeanne Holloway Davis. 
Nashville, Broadraan Press. 28 p. 
Based on the life of Bill Wallace, 
martyred Southern Baptist missionary 
to China. © Broadman Press; lAug67; 
DP6449. 



TOWARD A HIGHER CREST; written for 
oral delivery by Mamie Ferris 
Gardner. 1967. 3 1- ©Mamie 
Ferris Gardner; 7Aug67; C19803. 

THE TOWERS OF SIMON RODIA, a play by 
Jack Morse. 102 1. © Jack Morse; 
I5N0V67; Dl)70080. 

THE TOWN THAT LAUGHS, a lecture for 
historical societies by Grace 
Johnson. 1 v. © Grace Johnson; 
l8Dec67; C20118. 

THE TOWNHOUSE, by Ned Manderlno. 
96 1. A play in 2 acts. © Ned 
Manderlno; 8Dec67; DU70236. 

THE TOY GRABBERS, by Donald Joslyn. 
65 1. A screenplay. © Donald 
Joslyn; 27Sep67; DU697O5 . 

THE TRACTOR TRIPPER BUS. See 
MAYPOLE VILLAGE SERIES. 

TRADITIONAL CHINESE PLAYS; translated, 
described & annotated by A. C. Scott. 
Ssu Lang visits his mother (Ssu Lang 
fan mu); The butterfly dream (Hu 
tieh meng). 1957. Madison, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin. I65 p. 
© The Regents of the University of 
Wisconsin; 9Jan67; A945864 . 

THE TRAGEDY OF CORIOLANUS, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by George Lyman 
Kittredge. Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell 
Pub. Co. 148 p. (The Kittredge 
Shakespeares, rev. by Irving Ribner) 
5 acts. © Blaisdell Pub. Co., divi- 
sion of Ginn & Co.; 7Sep67; A948930. 

THE TRAGEDY OF KING LEAR, by William 
Shakespeare; H. K. Girling, introd.; 
Lucy M. Fitzpatrick, notes; general 
introd. by David G. Pitt. New York, 
Airmont Pub. Co. 170 p. 5 acts. 
(Airmont Shakespeare classics series, 
S12) NM: art work, introd. & notes. 
©Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 15Jul66; 
A929152. 

THE TRAGEDY OF OTHELLO, THE MOOR OF 
VENICE, by William Shakespeare; 
0. H. Rudzik, introd.; Lucy M. Fitz- 
patrick, notes; general introd. by 
David G. Pitt. New York, Airmont Pub. 
Co. 172 p. 5 acts. (Airmont 
Shakespeare classics series, S13) 
NM: art work, introd. k notes. 
© Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 15Jul56; 
A929153. 

THE TRAGEDY OF ROMEO AND JULIET, by 
William Shakespeare; Clara Thomas, 
introd.; Lucy M. Fitzpatrick, notes; 
general introd. by David G. Pitt. 
New York, Airmont Pub. Co. 148 p. 
5 acts. (Airmont Shakespeare classics 
series, S9) NM: art work, Introd. & 
notes. © Airmont Pub. Co.; 15Jul66; 
A929158. 

THE TRAIN THAT STOPPED, by James H. 
Warren. 55 1. A play. © James 
Herndon Warren; 22Nov67; DU70264 . 

TRANSFIGURATION; popular opera in 2 
acts by Manos Hadzidakis (Manos 
Hadjidakis) 1st act. 1 v. Book 
only. © Manos Hadjidakis; 28Aug67; 
DU69554 . 

TRANSMISSION TROUBLE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Don Blunt (Donald E. Blunt) Sc 
Kathleen Blunt. 60 1. © Kathleen A. 
Blunt S: Donald E. Blunt; 170ct67; 
DU69826 . 

TRAPPED IN THE 8TH DIMENSION, an 

original story written & adapted for 
television by Terry Leslie. 31 !• 
© Terry Leslie; 20Jul67; DU69223. 

TRAPS, a play with an entr'acte: 
The clinging vine, by Albert 
Devereaux. 35 1. © Albert 
Devereaux; 20Nov57; DU70152. 



TRAVELERS SIX, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
Lorraine Vasquez. 30 1. © Lorraine 
Vasquez; 300ct67; DU69954. 

A TREATISE ON THE MOTIONAL ASPECTS OF 
A CONDUCTOR'S TECHNIQUE (A NATURAL 
PHILOSOPHY OF CONDUCTING) Lecture 
at Northwestern University by Milton 
Rosens took. II5 1. © Milton Rosen- 
stock; 170ct67; C20112. 

TRES COMED'IAS, by Bartolorae de Torres 
Naharro. Soldadesca; Ymenea; 
Aquilana. Edicion, prologo y notas 
por Humberto Lopez Morales. Las 
Americas Pub. Co., I967 . 266 p. 
© on editing, prologue & notes; Las 
Americas Pub. Co.; 6Nov65; A949783. 

TRIAL BY JURY, by John Gordon Under- 
wood. 59 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© John Gordon Underwood; 20ct67; 
DU6976O. 

A TRIAL CAN BE PUN, IP YOU'RE THE 
JUDGE, a play by Warren Kllewer. 
56 p. © Warren Kllewer; 15Sep67; 
DU69612. 

TRIAL OF THE BETRAYER, a play in 3 
acts by Thomas H. Morton. 39 1. 
© Thomas H. Morton; 15Dec67; 
DU70288. 
TRIANGLE, a one act play by Evelyn M. 
Jaburek. 30 1. © Evelyn M. 
Jaburek; 13Deo67; DU7O33I. 

A TRIBUTE TO LANGSTON HUGHES; devised & 
staged by Susan Batson, music by 
Darnley L. Corbin. 10 1. A play. 
Book only. NM: additions. © Susan 
Batson; 22Sep67; DU69635 . 

THE TRICK, a one-act play by Joseph 
Praral. 19 1 . © Joseph Patrick Praml; 
5Sep67; DU69533. 

THE TRILOGY OF CHRISTMAS PLAYS FOR 
CHILDREN, by Carol Preston; music 
selected by John Langstaff. 1st ed. 
New York, Harcourt, Brace & World. 
135 p. © Carol Preston; 250ct67; 
A948518. 

THE TRIMMING OF THE TREE, by Clara 
Whips Dunn. 12 1. Radio script. 
© Clara Whips Dunn; 300ct67; DU69947. 

TRIO FOR FOUR, a play in nine scenes 
by Conrad Bishop. 14 1. ® Conrad 
Bishop; 10Aug67; DU69429. 

A TRIO FOR THE LIVING, a dramatic 
triptych by George Houston Bass. 
1 V. Book & lyrics only. Con- 
tents: Loop-de-loo. --Catch us 
alone. --Mourners at the bier. 
® George Houston Bass; 250ct67; 
DU69878. 

TRISTRAM, a play in two acts by Andreas 
Teuber. 1 v. © Andreas Teuber; 
3Jul67; DU691OI. 

TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, by William 

Shakespeare. Waltham, Mass., Blais- 
dell Pub. Co. 140 p. (The Kit- 
tredge Shakespeares, rev. by Irving 
Ribner) 5 acts. NM: revision & 
addition. ® Blaisdell Pub. Co., 
a division of Ginn & Co.; 200ct67; 
A956420. 

TROILUS AND CRESSIDA. See 

THE FESTIVAL SHAKESPEARE: TROILUS 
AND CRESSIDA. 

TROIS COUPS SOUS LES ARBRES ; theatre 
saissonier de Rene Char. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 251 p. ® Editions 
Galllmard; 30May67; DFO-1551. 

TROIS PIECES MEDIEVALES. Le jeu 
d'Adam; Le miracle de Theophile; 
La farce du Cuvier. Preparees par 
A. Robert Harden. New York, 
Appleton-Century-Crofts. 97 p. 
?M: pref., introd. 5: notes. © Mere- 
dith Pub. Co.; 21Aue67; A935108. 



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THE TROJAN WOMEN, by Euripides; 

adapted by Jean Paul Sartre; English 
version by Ronald Duncan. London, 
Hamish Hamilton. 76 p. 5 scenes. 
©Ronald Duncan; llMay67; AF25984. 

THE TROJAN WOMEN, by Euripides; 
adapted for the mcdern stage by 
James Brock. 32 1. © James W. 
Brock; 5Sep67; DU69616. 

TRULY A TRUCK PROFESSIONAL; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division. 
8 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Organization. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
IOJUI67; C197'*3- 

A TRUMPET FOR ANGELA, an original 
comedy with music; book, lyrics & 
muaic by Charles M. Jones. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Charles M. Jones; 22Sep67; 
DU69656 . 
TRUTH ABOUT THE FISH, by Jim Morrison, 
Junior Samples & Cliff Williamson. 
2 sheets. © Peach Music; 28Sep67; 
CI9959. 

TtlE TRYOUTS, a play by Robert Shure. 

1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Robert 
Shure; 26jul67 ; DU69540. 

TSISBMO K EVGENiyU EVTUSHENKO. See 
REPLY TO YEVTUSHENKO. 

TU VOIS ROGER, SI TU AVAIS APPRIS LA 
CYBERNETIQUE AU LIEU DE LIRE DES 
BETISES. See 
LES CAISSES: QU'EST-CE? 

TURQUOISE MATRIX, a drama in three 
acts by Ruth Haggin Cole, adapted 
by Ruth Musser & Shelley Doddridge. 
1 V. Appl. states prev. reg. 
lAug24, D68482. NM: revision & 
addition. © Ruth Musser & Shelley 
Doddridge; 24Nov67; DU70254 . 

A TWELFTH NIGHT'S TUNE, an electric 
Christmas carol by C. S. Flower. 
29 1. A screenplay. ® Cedric 
Stanley Flower; 24Nov67; DtJ70125. 

TWELVE MODERN DRAMATISTS, by Raymond 
Cowell. 1st ed., I967 . Oxford, 
Pergamon Press. l43 p. (Pergamon 
Oxford English series) © Pergamon 
Press, Ltd.; 10Jul67; AP25897. 

TWENTY-FIVE ONE-ACT PLAYS, by Crane 
Johnson. New York, Theatre Press. 
269 p. © Crane Johnson; 28Nov66; 
A93W5'*. 

26 VOTES ELECT THE PRESIDENT OF THE 
UNITED STATES, by Glenn L. Anderson. 

2 1. © Glenn L. Anderson; 21Sep57; 
C19919. 

A TWINKLE IN YOUR EYE, a comedy by 
Bernard Fabrizl. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Bernard Fabrizi; 31Jul57; 
DU69303. 

THE TWIST, by Harold D. -Gordon, pseud, 
of Harold E. Stadler, Doris Jane 
Stadler & Gordon Relnschreiber. 
22 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Dr. & Mrs. Harold E. Stadler, 
Gordon Relnschreiber; 17Nov57; 
DU7OO9O. 

TWO AFTERNOONS. See 

THE STORY OP TWO AFTERNOONS. 

TWO ANGELS ON DUTY, a play in one 

act adapted by Mark Bucci. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 25 p . From the 
short by Leonard Wibberley. © Drama- 
tic Pub. Co.; I60ct67; DP6524 . 

TWO BOTTLES OF RELISH, a play in one 
act by Edward Darby. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 40 p. Based 
on the short story by Lord Dunsany. 
©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 20Sep67; DP6489. 
TWO BY TWO, by William L. Lederer. 
1 V. A play. © William L. Lederer; 
190c t67; DU6989'(. 



THE TWO FACES OP JOB; rev. copy by 
Este Star. 44 1. A play in 4 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 9Jun67, 
DU68907. © Este Star; 190ct67; 
DU69892 . 

TWO FOR THE ROAD, by Frederic Raphael. 
London, J. Cape. l4l p. © on 
pref.; Volatic, Ltd.; 22May67; 
AF26029. 

TWO FOR THE ROAD, by Frederic Raphael. 
London, J. Cape. l4l p. © Stanley 
Donen Films, Inc. & Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp.; 22May67; 
AF2'6028. 

TYPING, FIRST YEAR, M.I.P.II67, by 
Carl Salser & Theodore Yerian. 
9th ed. 3 v. © Educational 
Research Associates; 190ct67; CI9983. 



u 



UBU REX, by Alfred Jarry; English 

version by David Copelin. 2d draft. 
70 1. © David Copelin; 30ct67; 
DU69763. 

THE UGLIEST WOMAN IN THE WORLD, a play 
in three acts by Robert D. Hires. 
79 1. © Robert D. Hires; llAug67; 
DU69391 • 

THE UMBILICAL CORD OF HOWARD LOSTFOGEL, 
a one act play by Jeannine Bails. 
24 1. © Jeannine J. Bails; l60ct67; 
DU69864 . 

THE UNBELIEVABLE MR. B. , a new comedy 
hv Dot DeCamp (Dorothy DeCamp) 
145 1. 2 acts. Appl. states nrev. 
reg. 21Feb66, DU64941. NM: 
revision. © Dorothy DeCamp; 
24Jul67; DU69264. 

THE UNBORN, a play in four acts by 
Barbara Gibbs (Barbara Gibbs Golf- 
fing) 98 1. © Barbara Gibbs 
Golffing; 12Deo67; DU70266. 

UNCLE CLAUDE, a play in two acts 
by S. S. Field. 1 v. © S. S. 
Field; l60ct67; DU69917 . 

UNCLE STAN, a musical comedy; music 
by Elizabeth H. Surace, book & ' 
lyrics by Ruth W. Brace. 155 1. 
© Ruth W. Brace & Elizabeth H. 
Surace; llSep67; DU69593. 

UNCOMMON DENOMINATOR, by Peter Heumann. 
91 1. A play in 3 acts. © Peter 
Heumann; 26Jul67; DU69273. 

UNDER THE BIG TOP, by David L. Miller. 
5 1. Recording script. © Chesdel 
Music Co.; 6Sep67; 019935. 

UNDER THE SKIN OF THE OLDSMOBILES; 
recording script for Oldsmobile 
Division. 11 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © Olds- 
mobile Division, General Motors Corp.; 
300ct67; C20008. 

UNDER THIS ROOF, by Herbert B. Ehrmann. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Herbert 
B. Ehrmann; 300ct67; DU69945. 

UNDERCOVER CAT; dramatized by Anne 
Coulter Martens. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 77 p. Based on the novel 
by the Gordons. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
l8Sep67; DP6494. 
THE UNFORTUNATE EMIGRANT, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by William Vazquez. 30 1. 
©William Vazquez; 24jul67; DU69244 . 

THE UNSINKABLE TEAM. 5 1. Script. 
© WHDH, Inc.; 6nov67 ; C20033. 

AN UNUSUAL THREE, a play by Emilie 
Griffin. 1 v. 2 acts. © Emilie 
Dietrich Griffin; 13Sep67; DU69606. 



THE UNWANTED BABY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Thomas E. Way. 32 1. © Thomas E. 
Way; 24Jul67; DU69246. 

US GOLFERS CURSE YOU, WIDOW KIMSOCK; 
or. Oil wells and cattle on a golf 
course? A modern musical melodrama 
in two acts by Rainsford J. Winslow 
& Winifred W. Winslow; music by 
Gilbert & Sullivan, lyrics by Rains- 
ford J. Winslow. 79 p. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Country club, 12Jul65, DU6376I. 
NM: revision. © Rainsford J. Winslow 
& Winifred W. Winslow; 31Jul67; 
DU6933O. 

USTEDES SON NECESARIOS (You are needed) 
Conferencia sobre la Clencla Crlsti- 
ana por Howard H. Irwin. 23 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 31Jan67, C19220. 
NM; Spanish translation. © Howard H. 
Irwin; 2bJunb7; C19670. 



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V COMME VIETNAM, d'Armand Gattl. 
[Paris] Editions du Seuil. 125 p. 
(Collection theatre) 29 scenes. 
© Editions du Seuil; 30May67; 
DFO-1564. 

VALLEY; book, music & lyrics by 
Anthony T. Polistina. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Based on the 
novel Letter from Peking, by Pearl 
S. Buck. Book 8: lyrics only. 
© Anthony T. Polistina; 6Nov67; 
DU69972. 

THE VALUE OF A RELATIONSHIP NETWORK IN 
PROVIDING SOCIAL WORK SERVICE TO 
ALCOHOLISM PATIENTS, by Caroline 
Johanna Hobson. 1 v. © Caroline J. 
Hobson; 24Aug67; CI9837. 

VAN GOGH IN NEW YORK, by Robert 
Latham. 18 1. © Robert Latham; 
4Aug67; CI9799. 

VANITY FAIR. See 
BECKY . 

THE VEIL, a play for women in one 
act by Valentine Bean. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 32 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 28Jul67; DP6440. 

VERMONT; music & words by Ruth S. 
Frink. 1 v. 2 acts. © Ruth 
Sprague Frink; 31Jul67; DU69305. 

A VERY RICH WITCH, by Samuel W. Taylor. 
144 1. A screenplay. © Samuel W. 
Taylor; 25Sep67; DU69685. 

A VERY SIMPLE ART; original screenplay 
by Ira Teller. 1 v. © Ira Teller; 
4Aug67; DU69328. 

VIA D'ORO (The way of gold) A musical 
play; book & lyrics by Walter Alden 
Richards. II6 1. 2 acts. Book 4 
lyrics only. © Walter Alden 
Richards; llDec67; DU7O328. 
THE VICE-PRINCIPAL RIDES AGAIN ON GRAD- 
UATION NIGHT, a comedy monologue by 
John Ghent. 19 1- © John Ghent; 
120ct67; CI9974. 
THE VICTIM; three acts by Mario Fratti. 
65 1. A play. © Mario Fratti; 
3Nov67; DU70002. 

VIET ROCK, COMINGS AND GOINGS, KEEP 
TIGHTLY CLOSED IN A COOL DRY PLACE 
& THE GLOAMING, OH MY DARLING; four 
plays by Megan Terry with an introd. 
by Richard Schechner. New York, 
Simon & Schuster. 282 p. Includes 
Music for Viet rock & Comings and 
goings, by Marianne de Pury. Appl. 
ti.: Viet rock and other plays. 
NM: compilation S: additions. ©Megan 
Terry; 12Jul67; A927355. 



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July — Dec. 



THE VIEW FROM SATAN, a play in three 
acts by Warren Frost. 1 v. 
© Warren Frost; l8Sep67; DU69726 . 

VINTAGE THEATRE ORGAN STYLES, INSTRUC- 
TION BOOK 1, by William McMains. 
51. A recording script. © Pointer 
System, Inc.; 25Sep67; C19922 . 

VINTAGE THEATRE ORGAN STYLES, INSTRUC- 
TION BOOK 2, by William MoMalns. 
h 1. Recording script. © Pointer 
System, Inc.; 25Sep67; 019924. 

VIOLENT VOLCANO, by Nlmle R. Huddleston 

6 Lorna Allison. 22 1. A play in 

7 acts. ® Nlmle R. Huddleston & 
Lorna Allison; 20Nov67; DU7OO98. 

VIRGIN ON THE ROCKS, COMING UP, by 
Philip Lanza. 80 1 . A play. 
© Philip Lanza & Gluck Sandor; 
28Sep67; DU69708. 

VIRTUE REWARDED. See 
PAMELA. 

VISIONS OP SUGAR PLUMS, by Barry 

Prltchard . 2 acts. (In Playwrights 
for tomorrow, edited by A. iH. Ballet. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press. V.4, p. 29-104) ,Appl. states 
prev. reg. 27Jul64, DU60734. ©Barry 
Prltchard; lSep67; DP6569. 

THE VISITOR; recording script for the 
K-Mart Division by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 14 1. © S. S. Kresge Co.; 
l8Sep67; CI9900. 

VISITOR. See 
THE LONELY. 

THE VITAL ALTERNATIVE, the Wilson 
Research Foundation public lecture 
by the Wilson Research Foundation. 
51 1. © Wilson Research Foundation, 
Inc.; 15Sep67; CI9875 . 
VIV; book by Michael Hall & Dean 
Brown. 64 1. A musical play in 
2 acts. Book only. © Michael Hall & 
Dean Brown; 8Aug67; DU69356. 

THE VOICE, by Ella Mitchell. 10 1. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Ella Mitchell; 
21Jul57; DU69236. 

VOICES, by William Lederer. 16 1. 
A play. © William L. Lederer; 
l4Aug67; DU69400. 



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WAIT MR. NERO, a play by J. Ward 

Stevenson. 55 1 . © J. Ward Stevenson; 
6sep67; DU69547. 

WALANG-PANGAMBAWG BUHAY (Life unafraid) 
Isang panayam sa Siyensiya Kristiyan 
ni William Henry Alton. 24 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. llSep54, 
017062. NM: Tagalog translation. 
© William Henry Alton; 29Sep67; 
CI9942. 

WALKING ON AIR, by Burtt Walker. 

17 1. A screenplay. © Grace Burtt 
Walker; 26Jul67; DU69296. 
WALLS, by Charline Osgood ShuT-en. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l8Aug66, DU66716. 
NM: addition & revision. © Char- 
line Osgood Shuren; 3IJUI67; 
DU69329. 
WALTZES FROM VIENNA, a musical romance 
in three acts; music by Johann 
Strauss; original libretto by A. M. 
Willner, Heinz Reichert & Ernst 
Marischka; new book & lyrics by 
Phil Park; music adapted & arranged 
by Ronald Hanmer. London, J. Wein- 
berger. 87 p. Libretto. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17Mar56, DU66232. 
NM: revision. © Josef Weinberger, 
Ltd.; 30Dec66; DPI892. 



WANTED: TWENTY HORSES, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Alice Wheatley. 44 1. 
ۥ Alice Wheatley; l8Dec67; DU703OI. 

THE WAR, by Carlo Goldoni, translated 
& adapted by Alexander Gross. 97 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Adapted version of 
La guerra. Appl. states prev. reg. 
10Nov66; DU67339. NM: revision & 
translation. © Alexander Gross; 
I60ot67; DU69838. 

WAR, YOU GOTTA BE KIDDIN', a satirical 
composition compiled & written by 
Robert 0. Rodgers, Sheldon Rott, 
Cy Rott & Myron Stein. 23 1. 
© Big Sound Pub. Co., Cy Rott, 
president; 20Sep67; 019915. 

THE WARMUP, a play by Joan Snyder. 
34 1. © Joan F. Snyder; llSep67; 
DU69572. 

WARPATH; book & lyrics hv David 

Newburge . 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© David Newburge: 21Jul67; 
DU69237. 

THE WAX MUSEUM, by John Hawkes. (In 
Plays for a new theater, playbook 2. 
p. 101-120) © John Hawkes; 21Nov66; 
DP6453. 

WAY OF GOLD.. See 
VIA D'ORO. 

THE WAY OF THE CROSS, a narration 

researched & written for the Sarasota 
Museum of the Cross by Jean H. 
Houtchens. 16 1. © Sarasota Museum 
of the Cross, Inc.; 8Nov67; C20049. 

WE ALL BELONG, WE ARE THE SAME, by 
Marcla Weston, pseud, of Martha 
Weisman. 7 1. A play In 4 scenes. 
© Martha Weisman; 9Aug67; DU69362. 

WE ARE GOD (Nosotros somos Dios) A 
play in two acts by Wilberto Canton, 
translated by S. Samuel Trifllo & 
Luis Soto-Ruiz. 1 v. ® S. Samuel 
Trifilo & Luis Soto-Ruiz; 26jul67; 
DU69339. 

VJE CONQUER THE WORLD FROM MEN, by Alex- 
ander Keston 8= OUR TIME, by Thomas & 
Al Keston. Canada. I96 p. © Thomas 
Keston; 23Jun67; DP6420. 



WE WILL DO WHAT WE CAN. 
KWASHIORKOR. 



See 



A WEAK MOMENT; comedy in three acts, 
four scenes by Joseph Uray & Jim 
Campbell. 104 1. Based on the 
original play by Etienne Zagon. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 2Feb56, 
DUI11677. NM: revision. © Joseph 
Uray; 31Jul67; DU69334 . 

WEATHER WATCHERS; song-story for 
kindergarten & primary grades by 
Genevieve K. Arnold. 19 0. 
© Genevieve K. Arnold; 15Sep67; 
DP6552. 

A WEDDING ON LESBOS, a modern story 
of the gods and goddesses by 
William Del Visoo. 354 1. An 
original screenplay. © Anthony 
William Del Visoo; 15Dec67; DU7037O. 

WEED CONTROL FOR GRAIN SORGHUM; prepared 
for Deere & Co . by Wilding. Writer: 
Tom Clark. Rev. July 21, 1967 . 
Film script. 23 scenes. ©Wilding, 
Inc.; 30Aug67; C19927. 

A VIEEK AT HOME, by Joseph Ep'pert, 
pseud, of Joseph Epollto. 1 v. 
A screenplay in 2 acts. © Joseph 
M. Eppert; 7Nov67; I''J700l6 . 

WEEP NO MORE, MY LADY, a three act play 
about Abraham Lincoln by M. W. 
Herbert. 81 1. © M. W. Herbert; 
8Dec67; DU70232. 



WELL, THE WAY IT HAPPENED WAS, a 

screenplay by Frank Brooks, pseud, of 
Frank Joseph Baloga & Bob Riehl 
(George Robert Riehl) 86 1 . © Prank 
Brooks & Bob Riehl; 25Sep67; DU6969O. 

WER MENSCHENBLUT VERGIESST; Problem- 
film von Karl Pfell. 96 1. 
99 Blldern. Appl. states prev. 

- reg. 8Sep66, DU6703O. NM: adap- 
tation. © Karl Pfeil; 20Sep67; 
DU69594. 

WE'VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES; recording 
script for Admiral Corp. 11 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Admiral Corp.; 10Jul67; C19736. 

WHAT A KNIGHT, a musical farce in two 
acts; book & lyrics by Charles 
Kondek, music by Hugh McGinnls. 
2 v. Suggested by the IQiight of the 
burning pestle by Beaumont & 
Fletcher. © Hugh McGinnls & Charles 
Kondek; 31Jul67; DU69345. 

WHAT A TAVEEM, WHAT A TOWN, by Johnny 
Bond. 2 sheets. © Red River Songs, 
Inc.; 7Aug67; C19819. 

WHAT ARE THEY SAYING AT SARDI'S? 
A contemporary Broadway fable In 
three rounds by Clifford Sage. 
1 V. © Clifford Sage; 19Jul67; 
DU69192 . 

WHAT CHOICE DO YOU HAVE? By Jane 0. 
Robbins. 27 1 . (A Christian Science 
lecture, no. 3) © Jane 0. Robbins; 
lSep67; C19842. 

WPIAT DEMOCRACY MEANS TO ME; first place 
script by Stephen J. Rapp. 3 1. 
© Stephen John Rapp; 3Jul67; CI9679. 

WHAT DO I DON'T KNOW? A play by Irving 
S. Richter. 1 v. 2 acts. © Irving 
S. Richter; 29Aug67; DU69510. 

WHAT FEE TO ENTER, a drama in three 
acts by Jonathan E. Jones. 1 v. 
© Jonathan E. Jones; 24jul67; 
DU69250. 

WHAT ON EARTH ARE WE DOING? See 

SUPPLEMENT TO WHAT ON EARTH ARE, WE 
DOING? 

WHAT PRICE PURITY? or, All you need is 
one bad break. An original melodrama 
by Sonia Torgeson & J. Kubalek. 
29 1. 1 act, 7 scenes. © Sonia 
Torgeson & Joseph B. Kubalek; 
310ct67; DU69964. 

WHAT SANTA WANTS FOR CHRISTMAS, by- 
Walter 0. Jacobs. 1 V. Recording 
script. © Walter 0. Jacobs; 30Nov67; 
020132. 

WHAT SCARES YOU? An original story 
written & adapted for television 
by Earnestine Hamlett. 30 1. 
© Earnestine Hamlett; 24jul67; 
DU69253. 

WHAT THIS HOUSE NEEDS IS A GOOD FIVE- 
CENT DOG. See 
THE STAIRS. 

WHAT WILL THE NEIGHBORS SAY? An 
original story written & adapted 
for television by Buddy Matthews, 
pseud, of Matthew White, Jr. 65 1. 
© Matthew White, Jr.; 19May67; 
DU69482. 

WHATEVER YOU CALL IT, a musical piece 
for the theatre by Michael Shaffer & 
John Randolph Zapor, lyric, John 
Randolph Zapor, music, Michael 
Shaffer. 1 v. 4 scenes. © Michael 
Shaffer & John Randolph Zapor; 
21Dec67; DU70322. 

WHAT'S IN THE WIND? See 

NOW IS THE TIME FOR ALL GOOD MEN. 



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WHAT'S THE GAME NOW? By Peter 
Copanl. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© Peter Copanl; 1+06067; DU70205. 

WHAT'S WRONG, DOC? By Dale Selkirk, 
music by Frank Dale, pseud, of Frank 
D. Qjiercia, lyri;s by Ignazlo Een- 
fante, David Ormont & Frank Dale. 

1 V. A musical play. © Frank Dale; 
17Hov67; Dir70265. 

WHEN THE MOUNTAINS CALL, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Charles G. Jones. 33 1- 
® Charles G. Jones; l8Aug67 ; DU6g449. 

WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS (Histoire de rire) 
A play in three acts by Armand Sala- 
crou; English version by Norman 
Stokle. (In Three plays by Armand 
Salacrou. Minneapolis, University 
of Minnesota Press, p.iog-igo) 
© University of Minnesota; 8Sep67; 
DP6513. 

WHERE DO YOU GO WHEN YOU'VE SEEN THE 
WORLD? An original screenplay by 
J. K. Libby. 101 1. © J. K. 
Libby; 90ct67; DU69854. 

WHERE IS THE GROOM? A 3 act comedy 
by George C. Konduros. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 58 p. 
© Eldridge Pub. Co.; lSep67; DP6562. 

WHERE IS THE MONEY? An original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Grace Brainerd. 31 1. ® Grace 
Brainerd; 13Nov67; DU70042. 

WHERE IS THE MONEY? PART II. An 

original story written & adapted for 
television by Grace Brainerd. 30 1, 
© Grace Brainerd; l8Dec67; DU703OI* . 

WHERE, WHAT, WHY; program no. 12 by 
Victoria Danner Hartfield. 7 1. 
(Hello echo series) A television 
script. © Victoria Danner Hartfield; 
250ct67; C20016. 

WHERE'S THE GROOM? A musical in 

2 acts; book, lyrics & music by 
Ben Samberg (Benjamin Samberg) 

24 1. © Benjamin Samberg; 110ct67; 
DP6523. 

WHILE SHAKESPEARE SLEPT, a comedy in 

one act by Tim Kelly. Boston, 

Baker's Plays. 21 p. © Tim Kelly; 
250ct67; DP6526. 

THE WHITE AND BEARDED MEN, by 
Theodore Apsteln. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Theodore Apsteln; 
I60ct67; DU69923. 

THE WHITESHOP, a one act satire on 
cultural imposition by S. Garrett 
Robinson. 49 1. © S. Garrett 
Robinson; l8Deo67; DU70341. 

WHO? HIM? HERMAN? HM: slmfony no. 9 in 
the key of H, by Veeve, pseud, of 
Genevieve E. Wood. 4 1. Script. 
©Genevieve E. Wood; 4Dec67; C20127 . 

WHO IS DEAD IN THE WHITE HOUSE? By 
Alan Brand. 92 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Alan Brand; l8Dec67; DU70307. 

WHO IS YOUR MAKER? See 
QUI EST NOTRE CREATEUR? 
WIE IS UW MAKER? 

WHO KNOWS? 1 V. A television 
script. Appl. states prev. reg. 
10Apr67, CI9492. NM: addition. 
© Klau-Van Pietersom-Dunlap, Inc.; 
9Nov67; C 200 63. 

WHO'S HAPPY NOW? A comedy in 3 acts 
by Oliver Hailey, lyrics by Dion 
McGregor, music by Michael Barr. 
1 v. Book only. © Oliver D. 
Hailey, Jr.; llDec67; DU70279. 
WHO'S OUT THERE? A 0"^ act play by 
Jack Krentzlin (Julius A. Krentzlln) 
24 1. © Julius A. Krentzlin; 
28Aug67; DU69502. 



WHO'S WHOOSE; or, 49 to go. A new 
play in two acts by J. H. Neebe & 
Walter Craig. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Muhallil in Manhattan, 
4Sep65, DU58624. NM: revision. 
© Joseph H. Neebe & Walter Craig; 
12Dec67; DU70268. 

WHY? Recording script for Chevrolet 
Motor Division. 8 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handv Organization. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
IOJUI67; C19749- 

WHY DID THEY TAKE THE CHRIST OUT OF 

CHRISTMAS, by Thomas E. Reeves. 

Sheet. Recitation. © Bucketlid 

Music; 29Sep67; CI9956. 
WHY DID VIOLET SHRINK? See 

BLACK BART RIDES AGAIN. 

WHY I WANT TO PREACH, by Elbert Ray 
Martin. Sheet. © Elbert Ray 
Martin; 90ct67; Cig952. 

WHY IS THERE AIR? By Bill Cosby 

(William H. Cosby, Jr.) Recording 

script. © Manger Music, Inc.; 
3Aug67; CI9769. 

WHY THE DIFFERENCES IN CAMPER TRUCK 
REQUIREMENTS? Recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division. 8 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 10jul67; C19746. 

THE WICKED WITCH OF INDOR, a fairy 
tale by Shirley Bonbright & Joanne 
Dunn; music & lyrics by Joanne 
Dunn. 32 1. 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Shirley Bonbright & Joanne 
Dunn; 26Dec67; DU70365. 

WIDE TRACK WITH PONTIAC! 1 v. 

Recording script. Appl. author: Jam 
Handy Organization. © Pontlac Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
24Nov67; C20095. 

WIDOW'S MITE, a play In one act by 
Vincent Williams. 16 1. © Vincent 
Williams; llJul67; DU69142. 

WIE IS UW MAKER? (Who Is your maker?) 
Een Lezlng over Christian Science 
door Herbert E. Rleke. 30 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. July 1965 , C17822. 
NM: Dutch translation. © Herbert E. 
Rieke; 26Jun67; CI9667. 

THE WILDEflNESS, a one act play by 
Douglas Taylor (Donald D. Taylor) 
31 1. © Douglas Taylor; 29Nov67; 
DU7OI66. 

WILL ALICE BECOME QUEEN OR WILL THE 
QUEEN BE HEADING ALICE OFF? A 
theater-game for children by David 
Larson. 1 v. Based on the Alice 
stories by Lewis Carroll, pseud, of 
Charles Lutwidge Dodeson. © David 
Jeremy Larson; 20Nov67; DU70244 . 

WILL HOMES' HORSE; narration by Peter 
Kllham. 3 1. © Droll Yankees, Inc.; 
8Aug67; CI9827. 

WILL MIDDLE CLASS EVER FIT SOCIETY? 
An original story written & adapted 
for television by Edella H. Williams. 
25 1. © Edella H. Williams; 
13Nov67; DU70047. 

WILLARD'S WIDOW; film script by 

Elizabeth Hely, pseud, of Elizabeth 
Younger. 117 1- © Elizabeth 
Younger; 21Jun67; DU69083. 

THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS, In dramatic 
incident form by Classic Text Tapes. 
1 V. Based on Kenneth Grahame ' s 
book. © Classic Text Tapes, Norman H. 
Rogers, owner; llAug67; DU69389- 



WINDOW WASHER. 
THE LONELY. 



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WINDS OP CHANGE, by Burden & others. 
Sheet. Appl. authors: Eric Burden, 
Vlo Brlgga ^. Barry Jenkins. © Sea- 
Lark Enterprises, Inc., Yameta Co., 
Ltd., a Slamlna Music, Ltd.; 
22Nov67; C20099. 

WINGS TO ICARUS; opera in one act by 
Jon Belcher; libretto by Carver 
Collins. 100 p. Vocal score. 
© Jon Belcher; 28Jul67; DP6458. 

WINGS UPON THE AIR, a play in one act 
by Anne Trenton, pseud, of Anne 
Coulter Martens. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 23 p. (Baker's royalty plays) 
Appl. author: Walter H. Baker Co., 
employer for hire. © Walter H. Baker 
Co. ; 28Jul67; DP6439. 

WINK THE OTHER EYE, THAT ONE SQUEAKS, 

a screenplay by Hugh Thompson. 

151 1. © Hugh A. Thompson; 25Sep67; 

DU69688. 
THE WINTER TREE, l)y Laurence Wyatt. 

104 1. A play in 5 acts. © Laurence 

Wyatt; 4Deo67; DU70200. 

THE WINTER'S TALE, by William Shake- 
speare. Waltham, Mass., Blalsdell 
Pub. Co. 126 p. (The Klttredge 
Shakespeares, rev. by Irving Rlbner) 
5 acts. NM: revision & addition. 
© Blalsdell Pub. Co., a division of 
Ginn & Co.; 100ct67; A956418. 

WISH I HAD A nickel; A new musical, 
music by Daryl Hanson, book Jc lyrics 
by Bert Stimmel. 2 v. 2 parts. 
© Bert Stlmrael & Daryl Hanson; 
26Sep67; DU69697 . 

WISHING ON THE MOON; play by Paul A. 
Jensen, music by Paul A. Jensen & 
lyrics by Paul A. Jensen & Monte L. 
Perkins. 1 v. 2 acts. © Paul 
Jensen & Monte L. Perkins; llSep67; 
DU69555 . 

WITH CLOSELY VERY QUICKLY, a play in 
two acts by E. Vaughn Tarr, pseud, of 
Yvonne Young Tarr. 1 v. © E. Vaughn 
Tarr; 26Sep67; DU69744 . 

WITH JOY AND WITH REGRET, a three act 
play by Sharlee Mack Henshaw Llnz- 
mler. 1 v. © 'Sharlee 'Mack 'HenShaw 
Linzmler; 90ct67; DU69818. 

WITH MUSIC BY THE BIRD, LYRICS BY LADY 
DAY, AND JUSTICE FOR ALL, a one act 
play by Grade Carroll & G. Hobson 
Waller. 23 1. © Grade L. Carroll 
& G. Hobson Waller; l8Dec67; DU70296. 

WITHIN A TEMPLE, a play in two acts by 
Joseph Baldwin. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg, as Near a temple, 
lJun53, DU595O8. NM: addition & 
revision. © Joseph B. Baldwin; 
50ct67; DU69834. 

WITHOUT TRUMPETS, a new drama by 
William Case. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© William Case; 9Aug67; DU69428. 

WOLF RADER; screenplay by Richard 
Gardner. 162 1. © Richard Gardner 
20Nov67; DU70245. 

A WOMAN BEHIND, by James P. White. 
48 1. A play in 6 scenes. © James 
P. White; i6Nov67; DU70084. 

THE WOMAN OF THE INN, by Emily Holt. 
55 1. A musical play. Book & 
lyrics only. © Emily Holt; 30Aug67; 
DU69471. 

WONDER WEAPON, a screenplay by 

Marietta Rancher. 167 1. © Marietta 
Fancher; IOJUI67 ; DU69210. 

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF HARDWOODS, by 
David H. Sawyer. 20 1. (Patterns 
in time) Narration script. 
© David H. Sawyer; 27Jun67; CI9658. 



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WOKDERFULNESS, by Bill Cosby (William H. 
Cosby, Jr.) Chicken heart & others. 
19 1. Recording scripts. © Manger 
Music, Inc.; 26Jun67; CI9659. 

THE WONDERLAND OP MUSIC, INSTRUMENTS 
AND COLORS IN MUSIC; conducted 4 
narrated by Charles Blackman, script 
by Charles Blackman. A recording 
script. 18 1. © Charles Blackman; 
170ot67; CI9968. 

THE WONDROUS THING THAT SOMETIMES 
HAPPENS BUT THERE IS NO WORD FOR, 
a romantic comedy in three acts by 
Andrew McCullough. 1 v. © Andrew 
McCullough; l8Dec67; DU70292. 

A WORD TO THE WIVES, a dramatization 
written by Russell E. Walton & Dorr M. 
Depew. 10 p. Appl . author: Pyramid 
Life Insurance Co. © Dorr M. Depew; 
10Jul67; CI9775. 

THE WORKS OP JOHN DRYDEN, VOLUME IX; 
plays. The Indian emperour; Secret 
love; Sir Martin Mar-all. Editor, 
John Loftis; textual editor, Vinton 
A. Dearlng. I966. Berkeley, Uni- 
versity of California Press. >i^l p. 
© Regents of the University of Cal- 
ifornia; 30Dec66; A921953. 

THE WORLD IS ROUND (La terre est 
ronde) A play in three acts by 
Armand Salacrou; English version 
by Norman Stokle. (in Three plays 
by Armand Salacrou. Minneapolis, 
University of Minnesota Press, 
p. 27-107) © University of Minnesota; 
8Sep67; DP6512. 
THE WORLD IS YOUR STAGE, an abridged 
version written & delivered orally 
by Eda Edson, pseud, of Eda Di Maggio. 
1 V. Appl. states prev . reg. 
30Jun52, D5153O. NM: revision & 
additions. © Eda Edson; 28Aug67; 

cigS'ts- 

THE WORLD OF LANGSTON HUGHES, a memori- 
al tribute by Gabrielle Grant. 
15 1. © Gabrielle Grant; 90ct67; 
DU69736 . 

THE WORLD TIPPED OVER, AND LAYING ON 
ITS SIDE, a play in one act by Mary 
Feldhaus-Weber. (In Playwrights for 
tomorrow, edited by A. H. Ballet. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press. v. 4, p. 9-27) Appl. states 
prev. reg. 20Apr66, DU65693. © Mary 
Feldhaus-Weber; lSep67 ; DP6568. 

A WORLD TO WIN, a one-act play by 
Milton Batallon. 36 1. © Milton 
Batallon; l6Aug67; DU69421. 

WHAPT IN CELLOPHANE, by Eugene A. 

Sylvester. 35 1. A play. © Eugene 
A. Sylvester; 25Sep67; DU69685. 

THE WRITING ON THE WALL, a one act 
play by Phoebe Champagne, pseud. 
of Sylvia Bursztyn. 1 v. © Sylvia 
Bursztyn; 26Dec67; D.TOaSO. 

WUTHERING HEIGHTS; theatre-play in 
6 acts by Joseph Beersemans . 72 1. 
Based on Emily Bronte's novel. 
© Joseph Beersemans; 230ct67; DU69882. 



YAKI AND ME, a screenplay by Leonard 
Wise. 99 1. © Leonard Wise; 
7Sep67; DU69564. 



YANKEE STRANGER, a musical in three 
acts by Eugenie R. Rocherolle. 2 v. 
Based on the book by Elswyth Thane. 
© Eugenie R. Rocherolle; l6Aug67; 
DU69586. 

THE YEAR OP JUBILO, a television drama, 
or a screenplay by the author of 
Canadian Cavalcade, based on an 
original story by Vincent O'Brien. 
82 1. New material on John Wilkes 
Booth and Lincoln assassination by 
Vincent O'Brien. © Vincent O'Brien; 
24Aug67; DU69702. 

THE YELLOW BIRD, by Sherwin W. Howard. 
16 1. A play. ® Sherwin W. Howard; 
2lAug67; DU69it57. 

YELLOW PAGES SELLING SKILLS; master 
scripts for program tapes by Reuben 
H. Donnelley Corp. 1 v. 7 sections. 
© Reuben H. Donnelley Corp.; 
20Dec67; C20120. 

YER A DOITY BOIRD SIGMUND PREUD, AMD 
ME MUDDER HATES YER TOO; See 
ID. 

YES, I AM EXPERIENCED, by Burdon <(- 
others. Sheet. Appl. authors: 
Eric Burdon, Vic Briggs, % Barry 
Jenkins. © Sea-Lark Enterprises, 
Inc., Yameta Co., Ltd. & Slamlna 
Music, Ltd.; 22Nov67; C20100. 

THE YIDDISH ARE COMING! THE YIDDISH 
ARE COMING! Written by Bob Booker 
& George Foster. 1 v. 17 skits. 
Appl. author: Thirteen Productions, 
Inc. ©Thirteen Productions, Inc.; 
110ct67; C19963- 

YMENeA. See 
TRES COMEDIAS. 

YOU ALWAYS ACCUSE ME OF SOMETHING, by 
C. J. Pawlus. 52 1. Screenplay. 
© Czeslaw J. Pawlus; 28jul67; 
DP6l^5'^. 

YOU ARE NEEDED. See 

USTEDES SON NECESARIOS. 

YOU CAN STOP SMOKING, by Neil Rau. 
12 1. Script. © Magpie Produc- 
tions; 13Nov67; C20057. 

YOU CAN'T BEAT THE SYSTEM, SAM, a two 
act comedy taking place in Israel 
and Paris, by Herbert Adler. 48 1. 
© Herbert Adler; 14Aug67; Du69401. 

YOU KNOW WHERE PARVIN RIDDLE LIVES, a 
comedy in two acts by John Von 
Hartz & Mel Gussow. 129 1. © John 
Von Hartz & Mel Gussow; 10Jul67; 
DU69156. 

THE YOUNG BRONTES, a play in one act by 
Stella Pevsner. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 19 p. (Baker's royalty 
plays) Appl. author: Walter H. Baker 
Co., employer for hire. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 28Jul67; DP6441. 

THE YOUNG REBEL, an original teleplay 
by Maxine R. Manning. 1 v. 32 acts. 
© Maxine R. Manning; 20 Jul67 ; 
DU 69250. 

YOUNG WOLFGANG MOZART WRITES HIS FIRST 
SYMPHONY, a play & concert for chil- 
dren written by Samuel Jones. 10 1. 
Book only. © Samuel Jones; 3Jul67; 
DU69096. 

YOUR BOTH INSANE; one act play by 
Robert Malaguti. 1 v. © Robert 
Malaguti; 26Jul67; DU69276. 



YOUR CHILD'S HEALTH. 4 1. Recording ' ' 
script. © Geoffrey Thomas Associates, 
Ltd.; IIJUI67; CI9689. 



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YOUR FREEDOM OF CHOICE, by Eugene R. 
Jackson. 22 1. A recording script. 
© Eugene R. Jackson; 28Sep67; 
CI993O. 

YOUR LIBRARY PLACE OF LIVING LEARNING, 
by Library Fllmstrip Center. 
Rev. June 25, I967. Fllmstrip script. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 8jan64, 
CI6503. © Violet Priestley d.b.a. 
Library Fllmstrip Center; 9Aug67; 
019839- 

YOUE LUCKY STAR; created & produced by 
Allan David. 6 1. A television 
script. © Allan David; 17Jul67; 
01969^. 

YOU'RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN; based 
on the comic strip Peanuts by Charles 
M. Schulz; book, music ^ lyrics by 
Clark Gesner. 1 v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Clark Gesner; 4Dec67; DU70224 . 

YOURS EVER, OSCAR, a one act play by 
Bob Burgan. 14 1. © Bob Burgan; 
230ct67; DU69883. 

YOURS TRULY, A. LINCOLN, a play in 

two acts by John Delbert Brandt. 1 v. 
© John Delbert Brandt; 3ONOV67; 
DU7OI88. 

YOURS VERY SINCERELY AND RESPECTFULLY, ^ 
A. LINCOLN, by Charlotte Hartley. 
^9 1. A play in 2 acts. © Charlotte 
Hartley; 21Aug67; DU69495 • 

YOU'VE MET CHARLIE, HAVEN'T YOU? By 
Lonn Pressnall. 100 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Lonn Pressnall; 7Aug67; 
DU69357. 

YUCCA VALLEY; country western musical 
comedy in two acts; script & lyrics 
by Lucile Palmer (Lucile Palmer 
McMillan), music by Louise Du Val 
(Louise Du Val Foster) 1 v. 
© Louise Palmer & Louise Du Val; 
2Nov67; DU7D070. 

YVETTE, a musical play; book & lyrics 
by John Rosene, music by John Code. 
1 V. 2 acts. Based on the novel 
Yvette, by Guy de Maupassant. Book 
only. © John Louis Rosene; 19Dec57; 
DU70358. 



ZALABIA, a full length musical play 
for children by Bessie F. Collins. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Bessie F. Collins; 19Jul67; 
DU69207 . 

ZLATO PANA SLADKA; opereta o trech 
jednanich, Terezska Lihani (Teresa 
Llhanl) 85 1. Podle knlhy Karla 
J. Erbena (Karla J. Erben) NM: 
additions & revisions. © Terezka 
Llh&ni; 24nov67; DU70148. 

ZOE, a play in three acts by Wayne 
Richardson. 71 1. © Wayne Richard- 
son; l4Nov67; DU7OO74. 

ZONING MAN, a morality play by John 
Karraker, James Hansen & James 
Fisher. 3 1. © John Guy Karraker, 
James Craig Hansen & James Glenn 
Fisher; 9Aug67; 01169365. 



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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 
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THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN; 
comedy in 5 acts by Charles George. 
Dramatization of the Mark Twain storyi 
© 2Jan40; D68257. Walter H. Baker 
Co. (PWH); 21Sep67; R417615. 

AFTER THE CHURCH SUPPER; satire in 
1 act by Dorothy Sterling, pseud. 
of Charles George. ® l6May40; 
D70224. Walter H. Baker Co. (PWH); 
21Sep67; R'H76l8. 

ALABAMY BOUND, a dramatic play with 
3 scenes by William Tracey. 
© 17SepltO; D71724. Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & Co., Inc. (PWH); l8Sep67; 
RU 18129. 

ALL ON ACCOUNT OF LUELLA, by Richard 

Paulding, pseud, of Tom Taggart. 

© 7Sep40; DP72026. Tom Taggart (A); 

22Sep67; R418246. 
ALL ROADS LEAD TO HOLLYWOOD; comedy in 

three acts by James Reach. © 3Peb40; 

DP69861. James Reach (A); 25Sep67; 

RIH8342. 

DAS ALTEREGO, von Nikolaus Asztalos; 
deutsche Uebersetzung von Hans 
Bartsch. © 15May40; DU69999. 
Irene Palasty Bartsch (W); 26Jul67; 
R4 14514. 

AN AMERICAN INCIDENT, a play In one 
act by Melvin Levy. © 23Aug40; 
D71452. Melvin Levy (A); lSep67; 
R4 16818. 

AND ADAM BEGOT, by Arch Oboler. 
© 15Sep39; D65825 . Arch Oboler 
(A); 21Aug67; R4 16015. 

AND ALL THE KING'S MEN, a play in three 
acts by Melvin Levy. © 10Deo40; 
D72686. Melvin Levy (A); 12Dec67; 
R424295. 

ANNE OF AVONLEA; comedy in three acts 
by Jeannette Carlisle, pseud, of 
James Reach. Dramatized from L. M. 
Montgomery's novel. ® l80ct40; 
DF72569. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
250ct67; R420442. 

ASSORTED LADIES IN A JAM; farce in one 
act by John Kirkpatrick. © lMay40; 
DP70996. John Kirkpatrick (A); 
30Jun67; R4 12825. 



BABY SHOES, a dramatic human Interest 
play in 3 acts by William Tracey. 
© 17Sep40; D17122. Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & Co., Inc. (PWH); l8Sep67; 
R4 18127. 
BANANA RIDGE; comedy in three acts by 
Ben Travers. © 100c t39; DP66693. 
Ben Travers (A); 17Aug67; R416037. 

BANKERS OF STEEL, by Barrle Stavis. 
© 27Jan40; D68152. Barrie Stavis 
(A); 6Nov67; R4 21567. 

BARGAINS IN HAIRCUTS, a comedy in 

one act by Robert Brome. © 21Feb40; 
D6881O. Robert Brome (A); 31Aug67; 
R416482. 

THE BARRETTS, a comedy in three acts 
by Marjorie Carleton. © 3OJan40; 
D68238. E. J. Carleton (C); 
31Aug67; R4 16476. 

BATHYSPHERE, by Arch Oboler. 

© 28Nov39; D67107. Arch Oboler 
(A); 21Aug67; R416019- 

BATTLE OF ANGELS; play in 3 acts by 
Tennessee Williams (Thomas Lanier 
Williams) © 30Nov40; DU72543. 
Tennessee Williams (A); 6Dec67; 
R423504. 

BEAtJTIFUL OHIO, a dramatic play in 
three acts & three scenes by William 
Tracey. © 12Dec40; D72806. Shapiro, 
Bernstein & Co., Inc. (PWH); 12Dec67; 
R424397. 

BEER BARREL POLKA, a dramatic play in 
three acts & three scenes by William 
Tracey. © l4Sep40; D71756. Shapiro, 
Bernstein & Co., Inc. (PWH); 15Sep67; 
R418120. 

BELOW STAIRS; play in one act by Hur- 
ford Janes. © 19Aug39; DP66316. 
Hurford Janes (A); 7Jul67; R413379. 

THE BEST THERE IS; drama in 1 act by 
Marlon Wefer. © l8Sep40; D71895 . 
Marion Wefer (A); 21Sep67; R417629. 

DAS BETT DER POMPADOUR, eine musik- 
alische Komodie in zwolf Verwand- 
lungen von Max Wallner & Kurtz 
Feltz. © 19JU139; DFI894. Pilar 
Wallner (W) & Kurt Feltz (A); 
28Jun67; R416401. 



BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF MABEL, a farce in 
1 act by James Marston, pseud, of 
John Kirkpatrick. © 23Sep40; 
DF72022. John Kirkpatrick (A); 
30ct67; R41903O. 
BLACK COTTON; folk opera. Music by 
M. G. Thomas, text 4 lyrics by 
Eddie Matthews (Edward Matthews), 
Eddie White (Edward White) % others. 
© 4Dec39; D39760. Millard J. Thomas 
(C); 3ON0V67; R423173. 

BRIEF MUSIC, a sentimental comedy in 
3 acts by Emmet Lavery. Rev. 
© 110ct40; DU72030. Emmet Lavery 
(A); 190ct67; R420088. 

BRINGIN' HOME THE BACON; comedy in 3 
acts by Bruce Brandon, pseud, of 
Wilbur Braun. © 7Sep40; DP7I582. 
Wilbur Braun (A); 8Sep67; R417077. 

BROKEN MOONLIGHT, a play in three acts 
by Alfred Allegro. ® llMay40: D69941. 
Alfred Allegro (A); l4Jul67; R413647. 

BROTHER PETROC'S RETUPJI, by Emmet 
Lavery; adaptation of the novel 
by S. M. C. © 25Mar40; DP69267. 
Emmet Lavery (A); 22Sep67; R4 18244. 

BY THE BEAUTIFUL SEA, a breezy love 
story played in three acts by 
William Tracey. © 5Nov40; D72305. 
Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc. (PWH); 
6Nov67; R421438. 



CARNIVAL OF DEATH. 
THE SHADOW. 



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THE CASE OF JUDAS ISCARIOT, a serious 
play in one act by Paul Nagy, Jr. 
© 15Jan40; D68470. Paul Nagy, Jr. 
(A); 31Aug67; R4l648o. 

THE CASTLE OF PERSEVERANCE; translated, 
adapted & modified by Phillips Ende- 
cott Osgood. © 20Jan40; D68239. 
Phillips Endecott Osgood (A); 31Aug67; 
R4 16477. 

CHANGED HEART'. See 

FOUR CHRISTMAS DRAMAS'. 



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July — Dec. 



THE CHAPEL IN THE MOONLIGHT, a dramatic 
play In three acts & three scenes 
by William Tracey. © igDec'JO; 
D72805. Shapiro, Bernstein 4 Co., 
Inc. (PWH); 12Deo67; R424396. 

CHILD WONDER, a faroe-oomedy In one 
act by Pete Williams, pseud, of 
James Reach. © 110ct40; DP72566. 
James Reach (A); 190ct67; Rit20091. 

CHRISTMAS APPLE; play in 2 scenes by 
Margaret D. Williams. Adapted from 
the story pub. in This way to Christ- 
mas, by Ruth Sawyer. © 26Sep39; 
DP56505 . Margaret D. Williams (A); 
24Aug67; R4l625t. 
CHRISTMAS EVE; play in 3 acts by Gustav 

Eckstein. © BMayifO; D70221. 

Gustav Eckstein (A); 8nov67; 

R421682. 

CHRISTMAS STAR FOE OLGA; play in one 
act by Barbara Webb. © 26Sep39, 
DP66306. Paul Webb (C); 12Sep67; 
E417283. 

CHRISTMAS TREE. See 
FOUR CHRISTMAS DRAMAS'. 

CHURCH BELLS, by Esther C. Averill. 
© BApr^tO; D69799. Lawrence A. 
Averill (Wr); 31Aug67; R416498. 

CINDERELIA; musical radio script, words 
by Madge Tucker, music by Molly 
Donaldson, pseud, of Muriel Pollock. 
© l6Sep40; D39925. Muriel Pollock 
(A); l8Sep67; R417936. 

CLAUDIA, WIPE OF PILATE. See 
THREE DRAMAS FOR EASTER. 

THE CLEVEREST WOMAN IN THE WORLD, AND 
OTHER ONE-ACT PLAYS, by Arthur 
Stringer. © l8Sep39; D56299. 
Robert A. Stringer (C); 10Jul67; 
R4 13497. 

THE CLOSED DOOR, by Joseph Carlton, 

pseud, of J. C. McMullen. © lLApr40; 

D69797. Marie McMullen (W); 31Aug67 ; 

R416496. 
COMES ROMANCE; one act by Tom Taggart. 

© l8Jul40; DP71341. Tom Taggart (A); 

22Sep67; R418245. 

COOK'S DETOUR; comedy in 1 act, by 
Monte Kleban. © 26sep39; DP66863. 
Monte Kleban (A); JAug67 ; R4l5l4l. 

A COUNTRY AUCTION, a rural comedy in 
tvjo acts by Charles 0. Farrar. 
© llJan40; D68236. Charles 0. 
Farrar (A); 31Aug67; R4 16475. 

COliNTHY SLICKER, a comedy in one act 
by Howard R. Buerraann. © 30Apr40; 
D70520. Howard R. Buermann (A); 
10Jul67; R413645. 

THE CREAM IN THE WELL; play in two acts 
by Lynn Riggs . © l6Aug40; DU71214 . 
Howard E. Reinheimer (E); 22Aug67; 
R416163. 



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THE CREEPER. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



CRITICAL YEAR; one act play by Paul 
Green. © 26Sep39; DP66307 . Paul 
Green (A); 20Jul67 ; R4l4o63. 

CROSSTOWN, a comedy drama in three 
acts by William Tracey. © 30Aug40; 
D715IO. Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 
Inc. (PWH); 30Aug57; R416683. 

CRUISING FAMILY ROBINSON; comedy in one 
act by Mabel Constanduros & Denis 
Constanduros. © 12Sep39; DF66317 . 
Denis Constanduros (A); 24Aug67; 
R4 16252. 

CYNTHIA CLYDE INC.; 3 act play by 
Alice Gerstenberg. © 30Sep40; 
D71995 . Alice Gerstenberg (A); 
lOOctbi'; R419529. 



DAISY'S DIET, a play in three acts by 
Richard Hill Wilkinson. © lAug39; 
D65554 . Drama Guild Publishers 
(PWH); 12Jul67; R413525. 

DARK VICTORY; play in three acts by 
George E. Brewer, Jr. & Bertram 
Bloch. Rev. © 28Dec39; DP67857. 
George E. Brewer, Jr. 5: Bertram 
Bloch (A); 3Aug67; R416093. 

DELICATE STORY; in 6 scenes by Ferenc 
Molnar. © 6sep40; DU7I565 . Llli 
Darvas Molnar (W); llSep67; R417128. 

DIE ODER KEINE; grosse Ausstattungs, 
Operette in 10 Bildern von Heinz 
Hentschke, Liedertexte von Gunther 
Schwenn, Musik von Ludwig Schmidsedei . 
Regie & Souff lierbuch. © 29Mar40; 
D70756. Heinz Hentschke & Gunther 
Schwenn (A); l8Dec67; R425145. 
DISPOSSESSED, by Leonard Lussier. 

© 250ct4O; DU72190. Leonard Lussier 
(A); 21Nov67; R422602. 

DON'T TELL A SOUL, a one act comedy for 
seven women by James Reach. © 70ct40; 
DP72023. James Reach (A); 190ct67; 
R420085 . 

DREAM AWHILE, NO.l, by Kitty Keepers 
Voss. © 19Aug40, CI2379. Kitty 
Keepers Voss (A); 20Sep67; R417258. 

DRESS PARADE; comedy in three acts 
by James Reach. ® 8May40; DP70181. 
James Reach (A); 25Sep67; R4 18347 . 

DU BARRY WAS A LADY, by George G. 

De Sylva & Herbert Fields.- Rev. 

version. © 26jan40; DU684I3. 

Dorothy Fields (E); 29Nov67; 

R4 22783. 
THE DU'MMY AMD SCAREY ANIMAL COOKIE 

CLUB, by Kitty Keepers Voss. 

© lMay40; C12277. Kitty Keepers 

Voss (A); 20Sep67; R417926. 



EFFICIENCY ISLAND, by Arch Oboler. 
© 29Aug39; D65526. Arch Oboler (A); 
21Aug67; r4 16014, 

ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, a play in five 
acts by Henrik Ibsen; English version 
by Norman Ginsbury. © 30Dec39; 
DP68804. Norman Ginsbury (A); 
13Nov67; R422017. 

ESPIONAGE, a play in three acts by 
Harlan Hayford, pseud, of Richard 
Hill Wilkinson. © 26jan40; D68241. 
Richard Hill Wilkinson (A); 31Aug67; 
R4 16479. 

EVERY DARNED TIME, a comedy in three 
acts by Link Hannah & Dorothy 
Bennett. © 19Dec39; DU67512. 
Dorothy Bennett & Link Hannah (A); 
20Not67; R4 22683. 

EVERY SEVEN YEARS, by Anson Van Alstyne. 
© 12Nov40; D72367. Ruth Van Alstyne 
(W); 13Nov67; R421959. 

EVERYMAN, a medieval morality play 
edited with notes for directions 
for its production by Esther Willard 
Bates. © 220c t40; D72237. Esther 
Willard Bates (A); 9Nov67; R421978. 



FARM OP THREE ECHOES; play in 3 acts 
by Noel Langley. Rev. © 19Jul40; 
DP7C993. Noel Lajngley (A); 21Jul67; 
R414160. 

FATHER TAKES HIS VACATION, a comedy 
in two scenes by Ames L. Harper. 
© l6Apr40; DP6979B. Dorothy 
Harper (W); 31AugbY; R41649Y. 

FIFTY WAYS TO DO IT; comedy in three 
acts by C. Sherman & K. Webb. 
© 210ct40; D72081. Lorraine Webb 
(W); 230ct67; R420201. 



FIRST DANCE; or, A lesson in romance. 
Play in 3 acts by DeWitt Bodeen. 
© l6Dec39; DP67835. DeWitt Bodeen 
(A); 7Deo67; R423467. 

THE FIVE AND TEN REVUE, by J. C. 
McMullen. ® l6May40; D70223. 
Marie McMullen (W); 31Aug67; 
R4 16501. 

FIVE FAMOUS PLAYS, by Anton Tchekoff; 
translation by Julius West & Marian 
Fell. © 230ct39; D69029. Charles 
Scribner's Sons (pWH); 170ct67; 
R4 19716. 

FLIGHT, a one-act drama by Margaret 
Barbrick Purcell. Suggested by a 
story of the same name written & 
pub. by Mildred Cram. © lSep39; 
D65702. Margaret Barbrick Purcell 
(A); 27Jul67; R414525. 

FLIGHT OF THE ALBATROSS, by J. D. 
Blaufox. © 21Sep40; D71677. 
Sylvia DeLima Blaufox (W) ; 300ct67; 
Rl)20521. 

FLIGHT 342, a play in one act by 
Richard Hill Wilkinson. © 8Apr40; 
D69794. Richard Hill Wilkinson (A); 
31Aug67; R416493. 

FOR HER C-H-E-ILD'S SAKE; or Her first 
false step. Comedy in three acts by 
Paul Loorais, pseud, of Wilbur Braun. 
© 4Apr40; DP7OI83. Wilbur Braun 
(A); 3Jul67; R4 12826. 

FORBIDDEN CITY, a play in three acts by 
Bruno Frank. © 5Jun40; D70369. 
Liesl Frank Mittler (W); 10Jul67; 
R413502. 

THE FOREST PRINCE; operetta. Book by 
Paul Monroe, lyrics by Edith Sanford 
Tillotson, music by P. I. Tschaikow- 
ski, music arrangement by Ira B. 
Wilson. © 26Jan40; D39798. Lorenz 
Pub. Co. (PWH), Edith Sanford Tillot- 
son (A) & Paul Monroe (A); 20Nov67; 
R4 224 97 -4 224 99. 

FOUR CHRISTMAS DRAMAS: The Christmas 
tree. They presented gifts. The 
changed heart. The perfect gift. 
By Elsie Duncan Yale. © 70ct40; 
D7198I. Rodeheaver Co. (PWH); 
110ot67; R419713. 

FRANKLIN AND THE KING; play in one 
act by Paul Green. © 28Dec39; 
DU67856. Paul Green (A); 20Jul67; 
R414064. 



THE FRIENDLY KINGDOM, a play in one 
act by Dorothy Clarke Wilson. 
© 15Jan40; D68471. Dorothy Clarke 
Wilson (A); 31Aug67; R4i648i. 

A FURROW TO THE SUNSET, by Wilbur 
Daniel Steele. © llMay40; D69939. 
Wilbur Daniel Steele (A); 21Jul67; 
r4i4340. 



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GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE; play in 
three acts by George S. Kaufman & 
Moss Hart. © 3Aug40; DU71075 • 
Anne Kaufman Schneider (C); 22Aug67; 
R416164. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE; play in 
3 acts, by Moss Hart & George S. Kauf- 
man. © 3Aug40; DU71075. Catherine 
Carlisle Hart (W) ; 3Aug67; R415169. 

GINGERBREAD BOY; musical radio script. 
Words by Madge Tucker; music by 
Molly Donaldson, pseud, of Muriel 
Pollock. © 18Ju140; D39868. Muriel 
Pollock (A); l9Jul67; 
R414243. 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



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GLORIFIED YOUTH; oij Jane of the Bow, 
a dramatized story, by Eva A. M. 
Jones. © 13Sep39; DU65853- Eva A. 
M. Jones (A); 27Jul67; R'H504l. 

THE GLORY OP LOVE, a dramatic play In 
3 acts, taken from life by William 
Tracey. © l4Sep40; D71754 • Shapiro, 
Bernstein & Co., Inc. CPWH); 15Sep67; 
Rlt 18118. 
GOING PLACES; farce in 3 acts by 
Glenn Hughes. © l8Sep40; D71889. 
Glenn Hughes, Jr. & Victoria Vivian 
Hughes (C); 21Sep67; R417625. 

THE GOLEM IN THE FRYING PAN, by 

Morris Kolbe. © 21Mar40; DU69149. 
Morris Kolbe (A); 5Sep67; R416725. 

A GOOD STEWARD; play in 1 act by Elliot 
Field. © 22May40; D70225. Eliza- 
beth Staton Field (W); 21Sep67; 
R417619. 

GOOD WILL TOWARD WOMEN; 1 act play by 
Dorothy Sterling, pseud, of Charles 
George. © 24jun40; D70656. 
Walter H. Baker Co. (PWH); 21Sep67; 
R41762I. 

A GRAIN OF WHEAT, by Dorothy Clarke 
Wilson, Dramatization of the novel 
by Toyohiko Kagawa. © 240ct40; 
D72238. Dorothy Clarke Wilson (A); 
270ct67; R420608. 

GRANDMA FOUGHT THE INDIANS; comedy in 
three acts bj Tom Taggart. © l8jan40; 
DP69265. Tom Taggart (A); 7Jul67; 
R4 15574. 
GRANDMA GETS GOING, a comedy in three 
acts by Byron T. Butler. © l6Apr40; 
D69786. Mrs. E. Wells McLean (C); 
31Aug67; R4 16487. 
GREAT DIAMOND ROBBERY, a play in 6 
acts by A. C. Wheeler & Edward M. 
Alfrlend. © 29Dec39; DU67595. 
Paul Wheeler (NK of A. C. Wheeler) 8c 
Harry I. Warren (NK of E. M. Al- 
frlend); 20Nov6Y; R422681. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No. 385-390, 2Nov39, DU66728- 
66755. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
28Aug67; R4l6448-4l6455. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No. 391-392, l6Nov39, DU66955- 
66956. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
28Aug67; R4 16454 -4 16455. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
©No. 393, 21Nov39, DU67021. Green 
Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 28Aug67; 
R4 16456. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
©Ho. 394-396, 4Dec39, DU67173-67175- 
Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 28Aug67; 
r4 16457-416459. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Frencis Striker. 
©No. 397-398, 30Nov39, DU67136-67137. 
Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 28Aug67; 
r4 16460-4 16461. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No. 400, 4Dec39, DU67176. Green 
Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 28Aug67; 
R416462. 



THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No. 4 01, llDec39, DU67346. Green 
Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 28Aug67; 
R4 16463- 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No. 402, llDec39, DU67347. Green 
Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 28Aug67; 
R4 16464. 
THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
©Ho. 403-404, 21Dec39, DU67565- 
67566. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
28Aug67; R4 164 65 -4 164 66. 



THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No. 405-406, 29Dec39, DU67655- 
67656. Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH); 
28Aug67; R4 164 67 -4 16468. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No. 407-408, 4jan40, D67726-67727; 
No. 409, 10Jan40, D67864; No. 410- 
4l4, 12Jan40, D67916-67920; No. 415, 
24Jan40, D68124 . Green Hornet, Inc. 
(PWH); 21Nov67; R422605-422613. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© No. 417, 8Feb4o, D68356; No.4l8, 
2Feb40, D68269; No. 419-421, 8Feb40, 
D68357-68359; No. 422 -423, 17Feb40, 
D68552-68553; No. 424-426, 28Feb40, 
D68729-6873I. Green Hornet, Inc. 
(PWH); 2INov67; R422615, 422614, 
422616-422623. 

GREEN MAN. See 
THE SHADOW. 



THE HOUSE OF HORROR. See 
THE SHADOW. 

HUNGERERS; 1 act play by William 
Saroyan. © lApr40; DP72020. 
William Saroyan (A); 7Dec67; 
R4 254 65 . 



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HAPPY ENDING, a comedy in three acts by 
Don Pierre. © lAug59; D65555 . 
Drama Guild Publishers (PWH); 
12Jul67; R415526. 

HAYM SALOMON, a play of democracy 
by Marcus Bach. © l6Apr40; D69791. 
Marcus Bach (A); 31Aug67; R416492. 

HE THAT SHOULD COME; play in 1 act by 
Dorothy L. Sayers (Dorothy Leigh 
Sayers Fleming) © 50Nov39; DP69375 . 
Anthony Fleming (C); 13Sep67; 
R417244. 
HEART TROUBLE, a farce in three acts 
by William Ellis Jones. © l6Apr40; 
D69783. Dora T. Jones (W); 31Aug67; 
R416484. 

THE HEARTS OF THE FATHERS, a Masonic 
play in one act by Carl H. Claudy. 
© 25Sep59; D66225. Carl H. Claudy, 
Jr. (C); llSep67; R417131. 

HEAVENLY EXPRESS; play in three acts by 
Albert Bein. 2d revision. © 28jun40; 
DU71673. Albert Beln (A); 10Jul67; 
R415516. 

HER FIRST FALSE STEP. See 
FOR HER C-H-E-ILD'S SAKE. 

HER NAME WAS ROSITA, a dramatic play 
in 5 acts by William Tracey. 
© 22NOV40; D72594. Shapiro, Bern- 
stein % Co., Inc. (PWH); 22Nov67; 
R425114. 
HERE TODAY; comedy in three acts by 
George Oppenheimer. © 2Apr40; 
DP70189. George Oppenheimer (A); 
8Dec67; R425945. 

HEROES LIMITED; three act comedy drama 
by May Rose Borum (May Rose Aghayan) 
& Norman Alfred Mennes. © 90ct59; 
DU66578. May Rose Aghayan & Norman 
Alfred Mennes (A); 20Sep67; R418017. 

HIGH AND DRY; drama in 5 acts, by 
David Philip Clark. © 21Sep39; 
DU65972. David Philip Clark (A); 
5Aug67; R415171. 

HISTORY OF A MUG, by Arch Oboler. 

© 17Aug59; D65539. Arch Oboler (A); 
l6Aug67; R4 16011. 
HOLIDAY, by Arch Oboler. © 20ct39; 
D66221. Arch Oboler (A); 20ct67; 
R418712. 
HOME FOR CHRISTMAS; comedy in one act 
by Tom Taggart. © 23Apr40; DP70188. 
Tom Taggart (a); 7Jul67; R4 13376. 

HONEST ABE; play in three acts by 
Charles George. © 220ct40; D72239. 
Walter H. Baker Co. (PWH); 270ct67; 
R420607. 



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I DOUBLE DARE YOU, a dramatic play In 
three acts & three scenes by V/illiam 
Tracey. © 12Deo40; D72804 . Shapiro, 
Bernstein & Co., Inc. (PWh); 
12Dec67; R424395. 

I WANT A NURSE, a mystery comedy for 
women in three acts by John Randall, 
pseud, of James Reach. © 4Nov40; 
DP72564. James Reach (A); 15Nov67; 
R422022. 

I'LL ALWAYS BE IN LOVE WITH YOU, a 
dramatic play In three acts & three 
scenes by William Tracey. © 19Deo40; 
D72879. Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 
Inc. (PWH); 19Dec67; R424781. 

THE IMMORTAL GENTLEMAN, by Arch 
Oboler. © 7Aug59; DU65177. 
Arch Oboler (A); 7Aug67; R416005 . 

IMMORTAL HERO, an Interpretive drama- 
tization of the book The unearthly 
kingdom, C-I93O, by Verner Meurice 
Whitney. © 5Aug40; D7IO65. Verner 
Puller Meurice Whitney (A); llAug67; 
R415689. 

IN A HOUSE LIKE THISj comedy In three 
acts by Lewis Beach. © 10Feb40; 
DP68808. Robert Cook (E); 12Dec67; 
r4 25941. 

IN THE DOGHOUSE, in 5 acts by Edith 
Loring, pseud, of Wilbur Braun. 
© 260ct40; DP72565. Wilbur Braun 
(A); 7Nov67; R421639. 

lOLANTHE; half hour version of the 
Gilbert & Sullivan opera condensed 
& arranged by Charles George. 
Text only. © 9Apr40; D69792. Walter 
H. Baker Co. (PWH); 21Sep67; R417615. 

IS I OR IS 1 SILLY. See 

LOVE AND QUININE. 
ISLAND; play in three acts by Merton 

Hodge (Horace Emerton Hodge) 

© 29Aug39; DP66322. Catherine M. 

Hodge (W); 7Jul67; R4 15381. 

IVORY TOWER, by Arch Oboler. © 7Aug39; 
DU65196. Arch Oboler (A); 7Aug67; 
r4 16007. 



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JANE OF THE BOW. 566 
GLORIFIED YOUTH. 

JENKS JINKS; comedy in three acts by 
John Hershey, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 25Apr40; DP7OI87. James Reach 
(A); 8Deo67; R425944. 

JOHN BROWN; play in 3 acts by Kirke 
Mechem. © l60ct59; DP68030. Kirke 
Mechem (A); 31Jul67; R415040. 

JOHN HENRY, a play by Roark Bradford; 
music by Jacques Wolfe; sets by Albert 
Johnson. © 21Dec39; DP68029. 
Mary Rose Bradford (W) ; 5Jul67; 
r4 12930. 
JOHNNY BELINDA, by Elmer Harris. 
© 190ct40; DU72080. Victor Harris 
& E. Blaney Harris (C); 250ct67; 
R4 20373. 
JOHNNY PEDDLER, a dramatic play in 
three acts & three scenes by Wil- 
liam Tracey. © 6Nov40; D72331. 
Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc. (PVfH); 
6Nov67; R421441. 



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July — Dec. 



JOLLY MISER; comedy in three acts by 
Albert Bein. © igJuMO; DU70506. 
Albert Bein (A); 10Jul67; Rtl5517. 

JO'S BOYS; comedy In J acts by Alma 
Johnson (Alma Johnson Sarett) 
Adapted from Louisa May Alcott's 
story. © 2Jan40; D68255. Alma 
Johnson Sarett (A); 21Sep67; 
R4l76lt. 

JUST ASK FOR GEORGE, by Morley 
Callaghan. © 15Junl»0; D70426. 
Morley Callaghan (A); l6Aug67; 
RIH5992. 



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KID MAKES UP HIS MIND; farce in one act 

by John Kirkpatrick. © 29Mar40; 

DP70l8't. John Kirkpatrick (A); 

50Jun67; R4 12821*. 
KING'S MESSENGER; drama in three acts 

by Frederick Jackson. © 29Dec39; 

DP68216. William M. Thompson (E); 

i0Nov67; R423300. 

KNOCKOUT, a three act comedy-drama 
by J. C. & Elliott Nugent. (French's 
standard library edition) © 27Sep40; 
DP72027. Elliott Nugent (A); 
30ct67; RIH903I. 

THE KODAK BOOK, by Beatrice Humiston 
McNeil & Edna Cooper Ammons. 
© 260ct40; D72236. Beatrice Hum- 
iston McNeil (A); 270ct67; R420609. 

THE KUNTRY SKULE, a personal show for 
stunt night by Beatrice Humiston 
McNeil & Edna Cooper Ammons . 
© l6Apr40; D69785 . Beatrice Humiston 
McNeil (A); 31Aug67; R416486. 



LABOR FOR THE WIND; play in 3 acts by 
Irwin Shaw. © 20Aug40; D7125t • 
Irwin Shaw (A); lSep67; R416922. 

THE LADY HAS A HEART, a comedy in 3 
acts by Ladlslaus Bus-Fekete, 
adapted by Edward Roberts. (French's, 
standard library ed.) © I5N0V39; 
DP67529. Edward Roberts (A); 
I80ct67; R420096. 

LADY IN THE DARK, by Moss Hart. 
© 4Sep40; DU71699. Catherine 
Carlisle Hart (W); 29Sep67; 
R4 18143. 

LADY IN WAITING, by Margery Sharp 
(Margery Sharp Castle) based on the 
novel The nutmeg tree. Rev. 
© 10Peb40; DU69207. Margery Sharp 
Castle (A); 12Dec67; R423942. 

LAMP LIGHTIN' TIME (When it's lamp 

lightin' time in the valley) Play in 
3 acts by William Tracey. © l8Dec40; 
D72878. Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 
Inc. (PWH); 19Dec67; R424782. 

LARRY, a comedy drama in a prologue & 
3 acts by Robert S. Illingworth. 
© 13Dec40; D72988. Robert S. 
Illingworth (A); l8Dec67; R425288. 

THE LAST DAYS OF SHYLOCK, a play in 
two acts & ten scenes by Charles 
Elihu Winer. Adapted from the novel 
by Ludwig Lewisohn. © 5Sep40; 
DU71831. Charles Elihu Winer (A); 
25Sep67; R4l8290. 

LATE MR. EARLY; farce in three acts 
by Richard Young, pseud, of Tom 
Taggart. © 25Nov40; DP72568. 
Tcm Taggart (A); 30Nov67; R423301. 

LAUGHINGLY "OURS, a volume of monologues 
& plays by Milton Berle, pseud, of 
Milton Berlinger, edited by S. Sylvan 



Simon. ® 300c t39; DP66870. Milton 
Berle (A) & Harriet Deutsch (W); 
20Sep67; R418019. 

LEANING SHEPHERD, by C. Denlson Smith. 
© 12Sep39; DP663I8. C. Denison 
Smith (A); 6sep67; R417075. 

LESSON IN ROMANCE. See 
FIRST DAMCE. 

LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART, a dramatic 
play in three acts & three scenes 
by William Tracey. © 6Nov40; 
D7233O. Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 
Inc. (PWH); 6Nov67; R421440. 

LET THERE BE LOVE, a dramatic play in 
three acts & three scenes by William 
Tracey. © 22Nov40; D72595 . Shapiro, 
Bernstein & Co., Inc. (PWH); 22Nov67; 
R423113. 

LIBERTY JONES, a play in two acts by 
Philip Barry & Ellen S. Barry. 
© 10r>ec40; 072683. Ellen S. Barry 
(A); 12Dec67; R424294. 

THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF, a play with 
a prologue & three acts by Helen 
Maloney. © 3Jul40j D70650. Helen 
Maloney (A); 12Jul67; R4 13524. 

LIFE BEGINS AT THIRTEEN, by Harry 
T. Thurschwell. © 13Mar40; DU69005. 
Harry T. Thurschwell (A); 270ct67; 
R420410. 

LIGHT COMEDY IN THREE ACTS, by Noel 
Coward. © 6Feb40; DU68702. Noel 
Coward (A); 30ct67; R419029. 

THE LIGHT OF HEART; play in 3 acts, 
Emlyn Williams. © 3Apr40; D70839. 
Emlyn Williams (A); 3Aug67 ; R415305. 

LILY; play in 1 act by Nan Bagby 
Stephens. ® l8Sep40; D71894 . 
Grace E. Stephens (NK) ; 2ISep67; 
R417628. 

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD; musical radio 
script, words, Madge Tucker, music 
Molly Donaldson, pseud, of Muriel 
Pollock. © lNov40; D39924. Muriel 
Pollock (A); 20Nov67; R4 22218. 

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD; pantomime in a 
prologue & three acts by K. 0. Samuels. 
© 19Aug39; DP66320. K. 0. Samuels 
(A); 7Jul67; R4 13378. 

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD; pantomime in 
two acts by Margaret Carter. 
© 240ct39; DP67199. Frank Lyons 
Moss (E); 24Aug67; R416249. 

LITTLE REVUE 1939. See 

MORE SKETCHES FROM HERBERT FARJEON'S 
LITTLE REVUE 1939- 

LITTLE WOMEN; from the novel by Louisa 
M. Alcott, dramatic treatment by 
John Ravold, lyrics by Frederick 
Howard, music by Geoffrey O'Hara. 
Libretto. © l60ct40; DP39912. 
Marie Congdon & Walter Ravold (NK), 
Frederick Howard (A) & Constance M. 
O'Hara (W); 190ot67; R420092. 

LITTLE WOMEN; operetta from the novel 
by Louisa M. Alcott; dramatic treat- 
ment by John Ravold, lyrics by 
Frederick Howard, music by Geoffrey 
O'Hara. Vocal score & libretto. 
© I60ct40; DP39912. Constance M. 
O'Hara (W) , Hamilton Murray O'Hara & 
Nancy Jackson O'Hara ( C) ; l60ct57; 
R419869. 

LIVE AT HOME AND LIKE IT, a farce- 
comedy in one act by James Marston, 
pseud, of John Kirkpatrick. 
© 280ct40; DP72561. John Kirkpatrick 
(A); 7Nov67; R421638. 

THE LONE RANGER; radio scripts by 
Francis Striker. © Wrather Corp. 
(PWH) 



No. 

A-745--A-75O. © 2May40; DU598o6- 

69811. 20Sep67; R4 174 10-4 174 15. 
A-751--A-757. © 17May40; DU70037, 

70031-70036. 20Sep67; R417422, 

R4l74l6-417421. 
A-758--A-76O. © 24May40; DU70149- 

70151. 20Sep67; R417423-417425. 
A-761— A-763. © 27May40; DU70247- 

70249. 20Sep67; R4 17426-4 17428. 
A-764--A-766. © 3Jun40; DU70296- 

70298. 20Sep67; R417429-417431. 
A-767--A-769. © 15Jun40; DU70466- 

70468. 20Sep67; R4 174 32 -4 174 3"*. 
A-770--A-775. © 22Jun40; DU7055O- 

70555. 20Sep67; R4l7435-tl744o. 
A-776--A-777. © lJul40; DU70698- 

70699. 20Sep67; R4 17441-4 17442. 
A-778— A-781. © llJul40; DU70783- 

70786. 20Sep67; R417443-4I7446. 
A-782— A-784. © i8Ju140; DU70938- 

70940. 20Sep67; R4 17447 -4 1744 9. 

A-785--A-790. © 7Aug40; DU71083- 
71088. 20Sep67; R4 17450-4 17455. 
A -7 91- © l4Aug40; DU71207. 

20Sep67; R4 17456. 
A-792— A-793. © l4Aug40; D71208- 
71209. 60ct67; R4 19286-4 19285. 
A-794— A-799. 30Aug40; D71374- 

71379. 60ct67; r4 19284-4 19279. 
A-BOO— A-805. 7Sep40; D71491- 
71496. 60ct67; R4 19278-4 19273 . 
-806— A-813. © 28Sep40; D71777- 



71784. 6bct67: 
A-8l4. © 40ct40; 
r4 19264 . 



R4 19272-4 19265. 
D71852. 60ct67; 



THE LORDS BALTIMORE, a play of demo- 
cracy by Marcus Bach. © 9Apr40; 
D69790. Marcus Bach (A); 31Aug67; 
R416491. 

LOST VICTORY, by North Baker. 

© 29Jan40; DP6986O. Howell North 
Baker (A); 15Deo67; R424579. 
LOUISIANA PURCHASE; libretto by George 
G. De Sylva & Morrie Ryskind, lyrics 
& music by Irving Berlin. © 5Jul40; 
DU39849. Marie De Sylva (H); 5Jul67; 
R4 13360. 
LOUISIANA PURCHASE; libretto by George 
G. De Sylva & Morrie Ryskind, lyrics 
& music by Irving Berlin. ® 5Jul40; 
DU39649. Morrie Ryskind (A); 5Jul67; 
R413359. 
LOVE AND QUININE, a minstrel after- 
piece & Is I or is I silly! & 
Love explained, minstrel monologues 
by Arthur LeRoy Kaser. © llApr40; 
D69796. Loah Kaser (W); 31Aug67; 
R416495. 
LOVE EXPLAINED. See 

LOVE AND QUININE. 
LOVELY DUCKLING, a three act comedy 
by Link Hannah 8: Dorothy Bennett. 
(French's standard library ed.) 
© 23Dec39; DP68215. Dorothy Bennett 
& Link Hannah (A); 20Nov67; R422684. 
LOVE'S OLD SWEET SONG, by William 
Saroyan. ® 4Mar40; DU6883O. 
William Saroyan (A); 7Dec67; 
R423464. 
LOVESICK, by Graeme Lorimer & Sarah 
Lorimer. © 190ct39; DU66545 • 
Graeme Lorimer 8: Sarah Lorimer (A); 
24Aug67; R4 16250. 
LOVESICK, by Graeme Lorimer & Sarah 
Lorimer. © 28Mar40; DP69857. 
Graeme Lorimer 8s Sarah Lorimer 
(A); 24Aug67; R4 16248. 
LUCK OF MARK STREET, by Arch Oboler. 
© 7Aug59; DU65176. Arch Oboler 
(A); 7Aug67; R4l66b4. 



M 



THE MACHINE, by Arch Oboler. 

® 2^,Oct39; D67035. Arch Oboler (A); 
20ct67; R418713. 



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MAD MARCH HEIRS; comedy in three acts 
by Tom Taggart. © iSAprilO; DP70182. 
Tom Taggart (A); 7Jul67; Rt 13375- 

THE MAGIC FIREPLACE, by Kitty Keepers 
Voss. © 17Jan40; C11535. Kitty 
Keepers Voss (A); 20Sep67; R4 17927. 

THE MALE ANIMAL, James Thurber & Elliot 
Nugent. © £7Mar'*0; D69268. Helen 
Thurber (W) & Elliot Nugent (A); 
19Jul67; r4i5288. 

MAMMY" O'MINE, a dramatic play of the 
sunny Southland in 3 acts by William 
Tracey. © 17Sep'tO; D71725. Shapiro, 
Bernstein & Co., Inc. (PWH); l8Sep67; 
RJH8I30. 

THE MAN ON THE ROAD, a comedy drama in 
three acts by Esther C. Averill. 
© 9Apr40; D698OO. Lawrence A. 
Averill (Wr); 31Aug67; R'tl6499. 

THE MAN TO HATE, by Arch Oboler. 
© 7Aug39; DU65197. Arch Oboler 
(A); 7Aug67; RineooB. 

RWHATTAN MAGNATES, a musical comedy 
in one act with prologue & epilogue. 
Book & lyrics by John Rich, music by 
Allan Grant. © 5Jul40; D39886. 
Templeton Pub. Co., Inc. (PWH); 
13Deo67; Rlt2lt665. 

MANON; opera in 5 acts by Jules 
Massenet, original French text by 
Henri Meilhac & Phlllipe Gille, 
English version by Willis Wager. 
© 2Aug40; D39878. G. Schirmer, Inc. 
(PWH); 15Sep67; R4l8lll. 

A MAN'S CASTLE; 1 act comedy, by James 
L. Daggett & John H. Jennings. 
© 9Aug39; DP66308. James L. Daggett 
(A); 2Aug67; R415142. 

MARGERY IS EIGHTEEN, a comedy in three 
acts by Charles D. Whitman, pseud, of 
Tom Taggart. © 80ct40; DP72267. 
Tom Taggart (a); 190ct67; R420089. 

MARGIN FOR ERROR, by Clare Booth 

(Clare Boothe Luce) with an introd. 
by Henry H. Luce. © 27Mar40; 
DP6927O. Clare Boothe Luce (A); 
240ct67; R4 20369. 



HAROFF THE -FOOL. See 

TEN THOUSAND AND FIRST NIGHT. 

MARY HIS MOTHER; Christmas play in one 
act by Anne Coulter Martens. 
© 12Aug40; D7I5O6. Anne Coulter 
Martens (A); 24Aug67; R416345. 

MARY THE MATCH GIRL; musical fairy 
tale, words & music by Stella 
Unger. Bk.l. © 6Dec40; D39943. 
Stella Unger (A); 6Dec67; R423513. 

MARY'S LAMB; comedy in 1 act by 
Hubert Osborne. NM: text rev. & 
additions. © 8Apr40; D70092. 
Hubert Osborne (A); 21Sep67; 
R417617. 

MASQUE OF QUEENS, by Maria M. Coxe. 
© 2Nov39; DP66871. Neil M. Skinner 
(Wr); 250ct67; R420441. 

MASTER PIERRE PATELIN; comedy in one 
act. Translated & adapted by Merritt 
Stone. © 26Sep39; DP66309. Merritt 
Stone (A); 24Aug67; R4 16253- 

MEDEE; opera en trois tableaux; livret 
de Madeleine Mllhaud, musique de 
Darius Mllhaud. © 30Apr40; D39894 . 
Darius Mllhaud 8: Madeleine Mllhaud 
(A); 7Nov67; R421791. 
MEET ME TO-NIGHT IN DREAMLAND, a 

dramatic play in three acts & three 
scenes by William Tracey. © 12Deo40; 
D72807. Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 
Inc. (PWH); 12Dec67; R424398. 



MIDSUMMER MADNESS, a farce in three 
acts by Glenn Hughes. © 22Apr40; 
D69787. Victoria Vivian Hughes & 
Glenn Hughes, Jr. (C); 31Aug67; 
R416488. 

MR. COOK TAKES OVER, a comedy in three 
acts by Mary Cunningham. © lAug39; 
D65555. Drama Guild Pubishers 
(PWH); 12Jul67; R4 13527. 

MISTER HOUSEWIFE, a farce comedy in one 
act by Dorothy E. Hughes. © lAug39; 
D65557. Drama Guild Publishers 
(PWH); 12Jul67; R413528. 

MR. PRESIDENT, a play in three acts by 
Paul George Horgan. Revision of 
Follow me ever 8c Death, Mr. Presi- 
dent- © 9Aug39; DU65222- Paul George 
Horgan (A); 5Jul67; R4 13233. 

MR. SHADDY, a comedy in 3 acts by J. C. 
Nugent. © 100ct40; DP72029. Ruth 
Nugent Bunce 8; Elliott Nugent (C); 
190ct67; R420087. 

MR. WHISKERS, by Arch Oboler. 
© 26Sep39; D66o84 . Arch Oboler 
(A); 21Aug67; R416016. 

M'LISS; or, My western miss by Vir- 
ginia Mitchell, pseud, of Charles 
George. © 260ct39; DP66864 . Sam- 
uel French, Inc. (PWH); 29Aug67; 
R4 16655. 

MOLLIE O'SHAUGHNESSY; comedy in 3 acts 
by Dorothy Rood Stewart. ® l8Sep40; 
D71887- Dorothy Rood Stewart (A); 
21Sep67; R417624. 

MOONCALF MUGFOKD, by Silas Brainerd 
Duffield, Helen & Nolan Leary. 
NM: rev. 8c additions. © 4Sep40; 
DP71846. Silas Brainerd Duffield, 
Helen Leary k Nolan Lear (A); 
50ct67; R4 19187. 

MORE SKETCHES FROM HERBERT FARJEON'S 
LITTLE REVUE 1939, by Herbert 
Farjeon. © 29Jan40; DP68805 . 
Joan Farjeon (W); 12Dec67; R423940. 

MORNING STAR, a play in three acts by 
Sylvia Regan (Sylvia Regan Ellstein) 
© 9Sep40; D71907. Sylvia Regan 
Ellstein (A); 120ct67; R419590. 

MORNING'S AT SEVEN; or. Summer solstice. 
A comedy in 3 acts by Paul Osborn. 
© 110ct40; DP72269. Paul Osborn (A); 
190ot67; R420093. 

MOTHER-IN-LAW BLUES; farce in 3 acts 
by Kenneth Creel, pseud, of Wilbur 
Braun. © 7Sep40; DP7I585. Wilbur 
Braun (A); 8Sep67; R417O76. 

MUMBO-JUMBO, a mystery farce in 3 acts 
by Jack Barnard, p