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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 22, Parts 3—4, Number 1 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 

January— June 

1968 




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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 22, Parts 3—4, Number 1 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 

January— June 

1968 




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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. 



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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: 



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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 215 of Title 17 of 
the United States Code). (BIO, GFO) 

P Published works in classes for which registration is 

possible for either published or unpublished works 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

U Unpublished works in classes for which registration 

is possible for either published or unpublished 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

Price per 

semiannual 

issue 

Parts 7-1 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 51 

Name Index 57 



Introduction 



PARTS 3-4 list dramas, dramatico-musicals, lec- 
tures, sermons, monologs, and radio, television, 
and recording scripts registered in classes C and 
D. Many of the recording scripts are made to 
accompany filmstrips which are registered in 
classes A and J and listed in Parts 12-13: Mo- 
tion Pictures and Filmstrips. Works for which the 
copyright has been renewed are listed separately 
in the Renewal Registrations section. Selected 
published dramas currently registered in class A 
are also included for the convenience of the user. 

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

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

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

1) Title. 

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

3) Edition statement. 

4) Place of publication for all foreign works; 



and for domestic works if given in an im- 
print on the work. 

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

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

7) Series statement. 

8) Special descriptive data which includes the 
number of acts or scenes; author and title 
of a work on which the dramatic work is 
based or with which it is correlated. 

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

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

1 1 ) Information contained in the application 
which relates to the registration of an 
earlier version of the work. 

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



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13) Copyright symbol ©. 

14) A statement of limitation of claim if the 
application or notice on the work ex- 
plicitly 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 publication, the data from the applica- 
tion is given first, followed by the phrase "in 
notice" and the data given in the work; e.g., 
© Richard Roe; 12Jan68 (in notice: 1967); 
DP6600. 

Works deposited in connection with copyright 
registration may be selected for inclusion in the 
collections of the Library of Congress. Library 
of Congress printed cards are available for many 
of the published works so selected. Orders for 
such cards or inquiries concerning them should be 



addressed to the Card Division, Building No. 159, 
Navy Yard Annex, Washington, D.C. 20541. 

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

1) Title. 

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, 
preceded by the abbreviation NM, if avail- 
able 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 copyright 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) 

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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 designation 

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 


(C) 


child or children of the de- 




ceased author 


comp. 


compiler 



d.b.a. 



doing business as 



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(E) 


executor (s) of the author 


ed. 


edition, editor 


(NK) 


next of kin of the deceased 




author 


NM 


new matter 


P- 


page(s) 


(PCB) 


proprietor of copyright in a 




work copyrighted by a cor- 




porate body otherwise than 




as assignee or licensee of the 




individual author 


(PCW) 


proprietor of copyright in a 




composite work 


(PPW) 


proprietor of copyright in a 




posthumous work 



(PWH) 


proprietor of copyright 




work made for hire 


prev. 


previous, previously 


pseud. 


pseudonym 


pt. 


part, parts 


pub. 


published, publishing 


(R) 


renewal registration 


reg. 


registered, registration 


rev. 


revised 


t.a. 


trading as 


tr. 


translator 


v., vol. 


volume, volumes 


(W) 


widow of the author 


(Wr) 


widower of the author 



in a 



Registrations January— June 1968 



Class C — Lectures and other works pre- 
pared for oral delivery 573 

Class D — Domestic published dramatic 

and dramatico-musical works 161 

Foreign published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works. ... 55 
Unpublished dramatic and dra- 
matico-musical works 1, 497 

Dramatic works registered in 

class A 116 

Total 2, 402 



Renewals : Classes C and D 



312 



These figures represent the number of registra- 
tions for dramas and works prepared for oral de- 
livery for January-June 1968, but do not neces- 
sarily 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 DYNAME TOU THEOU EINAI PANTOTE STE 
DIATHESE MAS. (God's power at hand) 
Dialexe peri Christianizes Epistemes 
me thema hypo William Henry Alton. 
21 1. Title transliterated. Appl. 
states prev. reg. llSep64, C17062. 
NM: translation. © William Henry 
Alton; 29Jan68; C20237. 
A IS FOR ALL; 3 one act plays by Marian 
Winters. Animal keepers; Assembly 
line; All Saints' Day. Dramatists 
Play Service. 90 p. Appl. states 
Animal keepers & Assembly line prev. 
reg. 5May66, DU66214, & All Saints' 
Day prev. reg. 25Jan68, DU70648. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Marian 
Winters; l8jun68; DP6728. 

A. LINCOLN, a dramatic presentation in 
two acts by Charles W. Stonebarger. 
72 1. Book & lyrics only. © Charles 
William Stonebarger; l8jan68; 
DOT 04 90. 

A SOI-MEME; piece en un acte de Claude 

Ambares, pseud, de Jean Claude Vallee. 

16 1. © Claude Ambares; 25Apr68; 
DU71366 . 

ABE LINCOLN FINDS A GHOST. See 
ABRAHAM LINCOLN FINDS A GHOST. 

ABELARD & HELOISE, a correspondence for 
the stage in two acts by Ronald 
Duncan. London, Faber & Faber. 
79 p. © Ronald Duncan; 8Jul6l; 
DF1914. 

ABIGAIL, a new musical play, book & 
lyrics by Stephen Thomas, pseud, of 
Stephen Tymoshek. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Stephen Tymo- 
shek; 25Mar68; DU71044 . 

ABRAHAM, a three act play by Frances 
Sanden. 1 v. © Frances H. Sanden; 
17Jan68; DU70570. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN. See 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN - THROUGH ALL THE 
YEARS. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN FINDS A GHOST, a chil- 
dren's play by Benjamin Rosetree, 
pseud, of Ben Rosenbaum. 1 v. 
2 scenes. Appl. ti.: Abe Lincoln 
finds a ghost. © Ben Rosenbaum; 
2Jan68; DU70426. 



ABRAHAM LINCOLN, THE PIONEER, by Arthur 
R. Heglund. 16 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Arthur R. Heglund; 19Feb68; 
DU7083I. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN - THROUGH ALL THE 
YEARS, a play-pageant by Esther 
Hedwig Schoch. 36 1. 15 scenes. 
Inspired, arr. & adapted from Carl 
Sandburg's biography Abraham Lincoln, 
with a 1958 finale arr. from Rose- 
mary Benet's If Nancy Hanks came 
back as a ghost, & Carl Sandburg's 
The long shadow of Lincoln. 
© Esther Hedwig Schoch; 5Apr68; 
DU71206. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S GOALS, a historical 
play by Mattie Lee Hildreth. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Mattie Lee B. Hildreth; 
12Dec67; DU70403. 

ABSOLUTELY FREE, the complete libretto; 
words & music by Frank Zappa. 1 v. 
© Frank Zappa Music; 15Dec67; 
A997724. 
AN ACADEMIC FANTASY, a play in three 
acts by Annabelle Farmelant. 51 1. 
© Annabelle Farmelant; 8Mar68; 
DU70990. 

ACADEMIC FREEDOM, a play by Charles J. 
Conrad. 14 1. 5 acts. © Charles J. 
Conrad; 25Jan68; DU70702. 

THE ACADEMY MAN; music, lyrics & book 
by Bob Drew (Robert A. Drew) 77 1. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Robert A. Drew; l4Mar68; DU71028. 

THE ACCIDENT, by Martin Mickelson. 
7 1. A screenplay. © Martin S. 
Mickelson; 19Feb68; DU70798. 

AN ACT OF REVENGE, a one act play in 
three scenes by David Paul Bissell. 
24 1. © David Paul Bissell; 13Feb68; 
DU70771. 

ACTING SCHOOL, by Frank Van Deusen. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Frank 
Van Deusen; lFeb68; DU70710. 

ACTION ON SECOND AVENUE; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 15 1- 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 13Jun68; C20669. 



THE ACTION PROGRAM WITH A FRESH 
APPROACH TO HIGHWAY SAFETY, by 
Johnston M. Hart. 1 v. © J. M. 
Hart; 7Mar68; C20454 . 

THE ACTOR, a one-act play by David Ball. 
21 1. © David Ball; 26jan68; 
DU70822 . 



ACTRESS BEING INTERVIEWED . 
FADE-OUTS. 



See 



ADAM AND ID, a new comedy by George 
Womack. 1 v. 2 acts. © George 
Womack; 17Jan68; DU70565. 

ADAMANT EVE; or, It all happened in 
Ottawa. Book, lyrics & music by 
John Marier. 1 v. © John R. 
Marier; 19Mar68; DU71022. 

THE ADAPTED MACBETH, by Ann Nuttall. 
31 1. A play in 3 acts. Adapted 
from the play by Shakespeare. 
© Ann C. Nuttall; 12Apr68; DU71287. 

ADDRESS OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING ON 
DECEMBER 10, 1965 TO THE SOUTH AFRICA 
BENEFIT OF THE AMERICAN COMMITTEE ON 
AFRICA AT HUNTER COLLEGE, N.Y.C. 6 1. 
©Estate of Martin Luther King, Jr.; 
29May68; C20598. 

ADDRESS OF MRS. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., 
FIFTH AVENUE PEACE PARADE COMMITTEE, 
by Coretta Scott King. 7 1. 
© Coretta Scott King; lMay68; 
C20537. 
ADDRESS, PREPARED TEXT, EDITED; TO: 
AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION, 
LAW COMMITTEE, INSURANCE 
DIVISION ... STUDY 1. See 
ARBITRATION STUDY 1. 
THE ADJUSTMENT, by Kenneth Bernard. 
11 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© Kenneth Bernard; HMar68; DU70999. 
("THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN SOUL] Radio 
programs 11-15, I6B-3I, 33-40, 
46-55, 61-125. 1 v. Appl. author: 
Theme Productions, Inc. ©Theme 
Productions, Inc.; 13May68; C20573. 
THE ADVENTURES OF FORD PIERCE, MILLION- 
AIRE CRIMINOLOGIST AND PROTECTOR OF 
THE VERY VERY RICH] A series of 
comic episodic radio programs ... 
created & written by Howard Alfred 
Steckman. Episode no.l-13. 1 v. 
© Howard Alfred Steckman; 8jan68; 
DU70411. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan. — June 



THE ADVENTURES OF HARRY AND ARLENE, by 
Paul Nagel, Jr. Vol. 1. A series 
of radio scripts. © Paul T. Nagel, 
Jr.; 8Mar68; C20372. 

ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN, a 
musical play, book by Joseph 
Caruso, jr., music & lyrics by Ed- 
ward C. Redding. 1 v. 8 scenes. 
Based on the novel by Mark Twain. 
© Joseph Caruso, Jr. & Edward C. 
Redding: 12Apr68: DU71222. 
ADVENTURES OF KING ARTHUR AND THE 

ROUND TABLE, by Bobbye Russell 

Durrett. 40 1. A play in 2 acts. 

© Bobbye Russell Durrett; 10Jun68; 

DU71739- 

ADVICE IS NICE, by Sylvia Ash. 

3 1. Monologues. © Sylvia Ash; 

15Jan68; C20179- 
AEROSPACE, by Coronet Instructional 

Films. 1 v. Recording scripts. 

© Coronet Instructional Films, a 

division of Esquire, Inc.; 29Mar68: 

C20464. 

AFRICA AND THE ORIGIN OF MAN. 15 1. 
Review of the African past. Appl. 
author: Amie Associates, Inc. 
© Amie Associates, Inc.; 26Feb68; 
C20346. 

AFRICAN MEDEA, by James L. Magnuson. 
47 1. A play. © James L. Magnuson; 
12Jun68; DU71767. 

AFTER THE RAIN, a play in 3 acts by 
John Bowen. London, Faber & Faber. 
93 p. © John Bowen; 25Mar67; 
AF26721. 

AFTER YOU, MR. HYDE, a musical. Book 
by Lee Thuna (Leonora Thuna); music 
by Norman Sachs; lyrics by Mel Mandel. 
1 v. 2 acts. Based on The strange 
case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by 
Robert Louis Stevenson. Book only. 
© Leonora Thuna; 29May68; DU71624 . 

THE AGELESS DIALOGUE, an entertainment 
conceived, selected & adapted by 
Howard Da Silva & Felix Leon. 1 v. 
© Howard Da Silva & Felix Leon; 
15Jan68; DU70487. 

AHAB, a stage adaptation of Moby Dick 
by Allan Bates. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Allan C. Bates; 21Sep§7; DP6601. 

LERT, a one act play in 2 scenes 
by Leo Livingstone. 20 1 . © Leo 
ingstone; 29Apr68; DU71412. 

AIRMAN'S INFORMATION MANUAL. 

Sections A-C . 3 narrations by Paul 
E. Sanderson. 3 v. © Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; 12Mar68; C20406-20404. 

ALADDIN AND THE MAGIC LAMP, a musical 
play for children; music by John 
Cacavas, book 8: lyrics by Jean Anne 
Lustberg. New York, Chappell. 
35 p. © Chappell 8: Co., Inc.; 
19Dec67; DP6580. 

': DALE STORY. See 
THE SPIDER AND THE MARIONETTES. 

ALAS GOOD FRIDAY, by James William 
Clark, Jr. 38 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© James William Clark, Jr.; 5Mar68; 
DU70901. 

ALCIBIADES, a play of Athens in the 
great age by Charles Wharton Stork. 
1st ed. 73 P- 2 parts. © Syracuse 
University; lDec67; A9821A8. 

ALCOHOLICS PHENOMENOUS, an original 
musical comedy in two acts by Edith 
Ingram Smith. 3 v. © Edith Ingram 
Smith; 25May68; DP6733- 

ALICE AND JAMES WILSON; an original 
story written 8c adapted for tele- 
vision by Alice Wilson. 30 1. 
© Alice Wilson; 3Jun68; DU71657 . 



ALICIA, YOU SPELL I iDELIBLE; 
story & screenplay by Joe Greene. 
58 1. (Concho County) Appl. 
author: Rober: an a.k.a. 
Reed Sherman, employer for hire. 

Hobert N. Sherman; 29Mar68; 
DU71106. 

THE ALII OF THE ISLAND, by Nan Wynn, 
pseud, of Marsha Small. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Nan Wynn; 
4Mar68; DU70942. 

ALL DRESSED UP IN GRUBBIES, a musical 
play by Robert W. Mathews. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Robert W. Mathews; 
4Mar68; DU70940. 

ALL GOD'S CHILDREN, by Fred Gavin 
(Frederick Joseph Gavin) 32 1. 
Dramatic reading. © Frederick 
Joseph Gavin; 7Mar68; C20374. 

ALL ON HER OWN, by Terence Rattigan. 
15 I- A play. © Terence Rattigan; 
23May68; DU71585. 

ALL SAINT'S DAY, by Marian Winters. 
31 1. A play. © Marian Winters; 
25Jan68; DU70648. 

ALL SAINTS' DAY. See 
A IS FOR ALL. 

ALL THAT I AM, by Evelyn Selters. 
9o 1. A play in 3 acts. © Evelvn 
Bumpus Selters; 13Feb68; DU70848 

Dufo 7 00 Di L ° renZO; *&%' 

ALMA MOORE; original dramatic musical 
composition by Mary R. Frieman. 
125 P- © Mary R. Frieman; 17May68: 
DU71591. 

ALMOST LIKE BEING. See 
WAR AND FOUR OTHER PLAYS. 

ALRAUNE; Musikalisches Psychodrama in 
einem Akt von Marcel Le Bourhis 
Musik von Manfred Kelkel, Deutsche 
Fassung von Maria und Siegfried 

?2s ll0h- ^^ inZj B - Sch °«'s Sonne. 
14« p. (Edition Schott, 5920) 
© B. Schott 's Sbhne; 3Dec67; DFO-1588. 
ALWAYS REACHING; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Velma Weaver. 30 1. © Velma 
Weaver; 3Jun68; DU71683. 

AMANTS PUERILS. See 
THEATRE I. 

AMERICA IN HEAT, a play by Leo Rutman. 
1 v. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 8jul66, DU66320. NM: revision 
& addition. © Leo Rutman; 29Jan68; 
DU70690. 



THE AMERICAN DREAM, an address by 
Martin Luther King, Jr. 18 1. 
© Southeastern Recording Co. of 
America, Inc.; 25Apr68; C20525. 

AN AMERICAN GIRL; script by James 

Chace & James Kay. 56 1. A screen- 
play. © James Chace & James Kav: 
29Apr68; DU71411. 

THE AMERICAN INDIAN AND URBAN ADJUST- 
MENT: TRILEVELLED IDENTITY AND THE 
CATALYSIS OF ORGANIZATION, by Kath- 
ryn T. Molohon. 10 1. Lecture. 
© Kathryn Theresa Molohon; 10Jun68; 
C20683 . 

AMERICAN INDIAN LEGENDS, by Coronet 
Instructional Films. 1 v. Recording 
scripts. © Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
29Mar68; C20463. 



AN AMERICAN LYRIC, an original musical, 
book by Robert E. Carson, words & 
music by George W. Menser. 1 v. 

2 acts. © George Warren Menser & 
Robert E. Carson; 29Apr68; DU71440. 

AN AMERICAN MONTAGE, a dance-drama by 
Iovanna Lloyd Wright. 1 v. 5 acts 
Appl. states prev. reg. HMay67, 
DP6380. NM: 12 scenes. ©Iovanna 
Lloyd Wright; l4May68; DU71536. 

AMINTA, by Torquato Tasso, edited with 
lntrod., notes & vocabulary by 
Sarah D' Albert!. New York, S. F. 
Vanni. 123 p. Italian. NM: editing 
& introd. © Andrea Ragusa d.b. 
S. F. Vanni; 20Dec67; A972663. 

AMISTAD, an historical drama by Samuel 
Hilburn. 176 1. 3 acts. © Samuel 
C. Hilburn; 10Jan68; DU7039' 7 . 

AMITABHA'S MIRACLE (A mi hui t'ien en) 
An original production written & 
directed by Research Council of the 
Buddha's Universal Church. 1 v. 

4 acts. Title romanized. ©Buddha's 
Universal Foundation; 9Apr68; 
DU71245. 

AMITABHA'S RICH UNCLE (A mi kuei ch'in 
shu) An original production written 
& directed by the Research Council of 
the Buddha's Universal Church. 1 v. 

5 acts. Title romanized. ©Buddha's 
Universal Foundation; 9Apr68; 
DU71246. 

L' AMOUR PRO PRE, by Marc Camoletti. 

140 1. A play. © Marc Camoletti; 

25Apr68; DU71370. 
UlATHEMA. See 

BLACK SAILS. 
AND AMERICA LISTENED. Episode A. 

By Lee Alan, pseud, of Allen Lyle 

Reicheld, 5: James Hampton. 7 1. 

Dialog. © Lee Alan & James Hampton; 

llApr68; C20501. 

AND MORE PHONICS; tapes 1-5. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Education 
Unlimited Corp. © Education Unlimited 
Corp.; llJan68; C20186. 

AND NOW THE DAWN, a two hour dramatic 
presentation by Joseph Anthony 
Doyle. 56 1. 3 acts. © Joseph 
Anthony Doyle; 20May68; DU71557. 

AND THEN THE EXODUS BEGAN, a play in 

3 acts by Stephen Hotchner. 1 v. 

© Stephen Hotchner; 23May68; DU71584. 

AND THERE IS NOTHING AGAIN, a teleplay 
by Gary L. Ursini. 48 1. © Gary 
Lawrence Ursini; 27Jun68; DU71877. 

AND WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR YOUR 
COUNTRY LATELY? A screen play by 
Jed Harris & Arthur Carter. 99 1. 
© Arthur P. Carter & Jed Harris; 
4jun68; DU71697. 

AND WHERE DO YOU LIVE? By Mary Kay 
Harris. 1 v. A mime in 4 scenes. 
©Mary Kay Harris; 10Jun68; DU71744. 

HVA ANDELIG OPPDAGELSE KREVER (The 
demand of spiritual discovery) 
A lecture on Christian Science by Otto 
Bertschi. 18 1. © Otto Bertschi; 
l6Feb68; C20337. 

ANGEL; or, The nymph and the' governess. 
An original screenplay by Edward 
Mann. 127 1. © Edward Mann; 
8Apr68; DU71226. 

THE ANGEL IN THE BALCONY, an action 
painting in one act by Ned Bobkoff. 
14 1. © Ned Bobkoff; llApr68; 
DU71273- 



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ANGEL, UPSTAIRS, a drama in three acts 
by Donna Percy. 96 !■ Appl. states 
prev. reg. 5Jul67, DU69112. NM: 
addition & revision. © Donna Percy; 
21Mar68; DU71082. 

ANGELA FEELS, a screenplay by Lee 
Beaupre, James Boothby & Temperance 
Parker. 126 1. © Lee Beaupre, 
James Boothby & Temperance Parker: 
6jun68; DU71711. 

ANGULAR DUET, by C. Thompson (William 
Clarence Thompson, Jr.) 1 v. 
2 plays. © William Clarence 
Thompson, Jr.; 12Jun68; DU71754. 

ANIMAL KEEPERS. See 
A IS FOR ALL. 



THE ANIMALS CHRISTMAS, by Richard 
Goggin. 9 1. A play. © Richard 
Xavier Goggin; 29Jan68; DU70724 . 
ANIMALS' FIRST CHRISTMAS. See 

THE LITTLE SHEPHERD; 'TWAS THE NIGHT 
BEFORE CHRISTMAS; THE ANIMALS' 
FIRST CHRISTMAS; DICKENS' CHRIST- 
MAS CAROL. 

ANITA'S DANCE, a play by David Sawn, 
pseud, of George C. Davidson. 1 v. 
2 acts. © David Sawn; l6May68; 
DU71530. 

ANNIE, THE STORY BEHIND HELEN KELLER, 
by Robert L. Sterapin. 90 1. A 
play in 3 acts. © Robert L. Stempin; 
28Feb68; DU70847. 

L'ANNIVERSAIRE, de Jeanine Worms, 
pseud, of Jeanine Metzger. 27 1- 
A play. © Jeanine Worms; 25Apr68; 
DU71369- 

ANOTHER DAY, by Stewart H. Benedict. 
23 1. A play. © Stewart H. 
Benedict; 28Mar68; DU71155. 

ANOTHER FREEZING SUCCESS; recording 
script for Admiral Corp. by Jam 
Handy Corp. 14 1. © Admiral 
Corp.; 9May68; C20568. 

ANTHROPOS . See 

THREE PLAYS AND A BALLET. 

ANTICIPATION:— £ YANKEE DOODLENAUTS, 
by Nicholas Barone. 127 1. A 
screenplay. © Nicholas Barone; 
3May68; DU71452. 

ANUNCIO HECHO CON UNA PLANCHA DE 

PLASTICO BUTIRATO TENITE, by Eastman 
Chemical Products. 1 v. A motion 
picture script. © Eastman Kodak Co.; 
5Feb68; C20280. 

APRIL 1968, by David A. Ball. Assassin 
& others. 1 v. 5 plays. © David A. 
Ball; 2May68; DU71602. 

APT DICTATION TEST, by Associated 
Personnel Technicians. Sheet. 
Script. © Bentley Barnabas d.b.a. 
Associated Personnel Technicians; 
5Mar68; C20388. 

ARANELDA, by John Heuer. 75 1. A 
play in 3 acts. © John Heuer; 
9Feb68; DU70756. 

ARBITRATION STUDY 1; address, prepared 
text, edited by Paul A. Stone. 24 1. 
Appl. ti.: Address, prepared text, 
edited; to: American Arbitration 
Association, Law Committee, Insurance 
Division ... study 1. © Paul A. 
Stone; l4May68; C2O583. 

L'ARBRE DU VOYAGEUR, comedie en trois 
actes d'Yves de Kermoal. 145 1. 
© Yves de Kermoal; 4Mar68; DU70985. 



ARDEN MUST DIE (Arden muss sterben) 
An opera on the death of the wealthy 
Arden of Faversham in two acts, 
seven scenes, libretto by Erich Fried, 
music by Alexander Goehr, English 
translation by Geoffrey Skelton. 
London, Schott & Co. 33 p. Libretto. 
NM: English translation. © Schott & 
Co., Ltd.; 31Dec67; DFO-1608. 

ARE PEOPLE YOUR PROBLEM? A Christian 
Science lecture by Thomas 0. Poyser. 
Folder. © Thomas 0. Poyser; 4Dec67; 
C20274 . 

ARE. PEOPLE YOUR PROBLEM. See 

ES LE GENTE UN PROBLEMA PARA USTED. 
SIND MENSCHEN EIN PROBLEM FUR SIE. 
LA SOURCE DE VOS ENNUIS, EST-CE LES 
AUTRES. 

ARLES WELL THAT ENDS WELL, a farce in 
one act by Alan Marlis. 1 v. 
Includes lyrics to 2 songs. 
© Alan Philip Marlis; HJan68; 
DU70509. 

ARMGRIP FIRING OF AUTOMATIC WEAPONS 
WITH THE BRONSON STOCK AND STRING- 
FIRE METHOD, a monologue prepared 
for the United States Marine Corps 
by George Adam Bronson. Dec. 18, 
1967. 7 1. © George A. Bronson; 
19Jan68; C20227. 

AROUND THE WORLD IN PARODIES, by Sid 
Millman. (Sidney EUgene Millman) 
20 p. Monolog. © Sidney E. Millman; 
15May68; C2O587. 

THE ARRANGEMENT. See 
FOCUS ON SEX. 

THE ARROGANT ARTIST, a one act comedy 
by Tristan Bernard, translated-'by 
M. L. Kennedy. 1 v. 9 scenes. 
© Mary Lou Kennedy & Alan David 
Kennedy; 5Jun68; DU71706. 

ARTHUR! ARTHUR! A comedy by Martin 
Stone & John Heller. 57 1. 3 acts. 
© John Heller & Martin Stone; 
25Apr68; DU71401. 

AS LONG AS I HAVE ME, WE DON'T NEED 
ANYBODY, a play by Jerry Gruskin 
(Jerome Gruskin) 251 1- 3 acts. 
© Jerome Gruskin; 8May68; DU71476. 

THE ASSASSIN, a film script by Ronald 
F. Maxwell. 27 1. © Ronald F. 
Maxwell; 17May68; DU71543. 

THE ASSASSIN, by William Koch. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © William Koch; 
5Jan68; DU70451. 

ASSASSIN. See 
APRIL 1968. 

ASSASSINATION OF MARTIN LUTHER KING. 
See 

YOU MAY WELL BE THE MAN WHO LIVES 
FOREVER BUT JUST IN CASE YOU DON'T. 

THE ASSAULT OF EVEREST, the first 
chance musical, a play from the 
Ignatziad by Jerry Bloedow. 228 p. 
Book & lyrics only. © Jerry Bloedow; 
150ct67; DP6630. 



ASSEMBLY LINE. 
A IS FOR ALL. 



See 



THE ASSETS OF AN EGG; film script by 
Jack T. Chia. 23 1. © Jack T. 
Chia; 25Jan68; DU70649. 

ASSURANCE OF PARDON, an Easter service 
by Faith Shaw, pseud, of Mrs. Leo 
Dumdei. Winona Lake, Ind., Rode- 
heaver Co. 17 p. 3 parts. 
Includes music & lyrics to 9 hymns. 
© Rodeheaver Co.; l6jan68; DP6594. 



AT AULIS, by Russell Graves. 73 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Iphigenla at Aulis, 
22JU163, DU58174. NM: revision. 
© Russell Graves; 17Jan68; DU7O660. 

AT SEA, a one acx play by W. Royce 
Adams. 23 1. © W. Royce Adams; 
2May68; DU7M 

AT WHITLEY FIFTH AVENUE; an original 
musical comedy. Book & lyrics by 
William Grant. 162 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 8Sep64, DU61244. NM: 
revision. © William Grant; 28May68; 
DU71702. 

ATKINS FAMILY. /See 

THE MYSTERIOUS WATERMELON. 

THE ATOM AMD EVE, by Donald D. David- 
son. 17 1. A play in 1 act. 
© Donald D. Davidson; 3Apr68; 
DU71203. 
ATOMS AND MADAMS. See 
FIRE AND ICE. 

AU NOM DU PERE. See 

THEATRE D ' ARRIERE-GARDE. 

AU SOLEIL D'OR; operette en 3 actes, 
livret & lyrics d'Alfred Gehri, 
musique de Louis Schmidt. 2 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 28Dec54, 
DU38777. NM: editorial revision & 
addition. © Alfred Gehri; 2Feb68; 
DU70684 . 

AUBADE, by Robert Olen Butler. 83 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Robert Olen 
Butler; 29Feb68; DU70915 . 

AUCH SIE SCHILDER AUS TENITE BUTYRAT/ 
PLATTEN, by Eastman Chemical Products. 
8l. A motion picture script. 
© Eastman Kodak Co.; 5Feb68; 
C20278. 

THE AUCTION, by Doris Sorell Nesnow. 
107 1. A play in 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 2Apr57, DU44472. 
NM: revision. © Doris Sorell Nesnow; 
31May68; DU71418. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY (Record- 
ing scripts) Scripts in this series 
are by Dento-Medical Tapes, Inc. 
© Dento-Medical Tapes, Inc. 
v.10. 

15. Jan. 1, 1968. Digest issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Oct. 1967. 
NM: revision & addition. 

© 26Dec67; C20138. 

16. Jan. 16, 1968. Clinical issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. July 1967. 
NM: additions & revision 

© 26Dec67; C20139- 

17. Feb. 1, 1968. Digest issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Nov. 1967. 
NM: addition & revision. 

© 25Jan68; C20246. 

18. Feb. 16, 1968. Clinical 
issue. Appl. states prev. pub. 
Nov. 1967. NM: additions & 
revision. © 25Jan68; C20247. 

19. Mar. 1, 1968. Digest issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Nov'. 1967. 
NM: addition & revision. © 26Feb68 ; 
C20348. 

20. Mar. 16, 1968. Clinical issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Dec, 1967. 
NM: addition & revision. ©' 26Feb6E; 
C20347. 

21. Apr. 1, 1968. Digest issue. 
Appl. states portions prev. pub. 
Dec. 1967-Jan. 1968. NM: addi- 
tions & revision. © 8Apr68; 
C20503. 

22. Apr. 16, 1968. Clinical issue. 
Appl. states portions prev. pub. 
Nov. 1967, Jan. I968. NM: addi- 
tions & revision. © 8Apr68; 
C20502. 



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THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY. -Con. 

23. May 1, 1968. Digest issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Oct. 1967, 

. i960, Feb. 1968. NM: addi- 
tion i revision. © 22Apr63; 

02!.': 

24. May 16, 1968. Clinical issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Oct. 1967 
& Jan. I968. NM: addition & re- 
visions. © 22Apr68; C20518. 

v.ll. 

1. June 1, 1968. Digest issue. 

r un68; C20661. 

2. June 16, 1968. Clinical issue. 
© 7Jun68; C20660. 

THE AUDITION AND THE BETROTHAL, by 
Franclne Trevens. 1 v. 2 plays. 
© Franclne Trevens; 4Mar68; DU70933. 

AUNT MARISKA, a comedy in one act 
by Robert S. Sherwood. 29 1. 

' Robert Steiner Sherwood; 28Mar68; 
DU71095. 

AUSGELIEFERT, ein StUck fUr fUnf 

Weibssttlcke von Oskar Zemme. Wien, 
Universal Edition (14330) 101 p. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; 9Nov67; 
DFO-1602. 

THE AUTO-PUPIL TRAINER, by George 
Brabner, Jr. 6 1. Lecture. 
©George Brabner, Jr.; 15Sep67; 
C20146. 

AUTOMATION, KING OF MACHINES, by June 
Brlndel. 34 1. A play in 4 scenes. 
© June Brlndel; 19Feb68; DU7O839. 

AVEC UN PEU D '-IMAGINATION. See 
EXTRA -MUROS. 

THE AVERY APPROACH, by Sally Raynor 
Higley. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Sally Raynor Higley; 23Jan68; 
DU70625 . 

AWAY FROM IT ALL, by John Lynn. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © John Harrison 
Lynn; 24Jan68; DU70632. 

THE AXE AND THE MACE, a play by Bern- 
hard Steinberg. 98 1. 3 acts. 
© Bernhard Steinberg; HJan68; 
DU70496. 

AXE TO GRIND, a one act play by Thomas 
Terefenko. 12 1. © Thomas 
Terefenko; 8Apr68; DU71233. 

AZTEC MEAT MARKET 8: TAMALES FACTORY, 
a play by James Woodall. 34 1- 
© James Woodall; 22Apr68; DU71382. 



B 



BW, by Harold Holland. 29 1. A play 
in 5 scenes. © Harold Holland; 
9Jan68; DU70472. 

B. X. ROBBINS & FRIEND, by Joseph Brick- 
ley. 1 v. Script. Appl. author: 
National Assn. of Electrical Distrib- 
utors, employer for hire. © National 
Assn. of Electrical Distributors; 
3Jul68; C20706. 

BABES DON'T CRY ANYMORE, a domestic 
farce-comedy in two acts by Michael 
Kallesser. 1 v. ApdI. states prev. 
reg. 17Jul44, DU89848. NM: revision 
& addition. © Michael Kallesser; 
HMar68; DU71005. 

BABY, IS, BAD, GREEN. 2 1. (Reading 
words in context, 8) A recording 
script. Appl. author: Borg-Warner 
Corp. © Borg-Warner Corp.; 3Nov6"7; 
C20411. 

BABY NEEDS A NEW PAIR OF SHOES, an 
original screenplay by Michael Ross. 
140 1. © Michael Ross; 26Mar68: 
DU71130. ' 



THE BABY THAT DIDN'T DIE, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Dorothy Bell Shelby. 31 1. 
© Dorothy Bell Shelby; 10Apr68; 
DU71266. 

BABYLON BEND, a musical play by Merle 
& Virginia Lundvall. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1964, 
DU60249. NM: additions. © Merle E. 
Lundvall & Virginia H. Lundvall; 
28May68; DU71645 . 

BACCHAE, by Euripides, translated by 
Kenneth Cavander. 58 1. A play. 
© Kenneth Cavander; 25Jun68; DU71796. 

THE BACCHAE OF EURIPIDES, a new trans- 
lation with a critical essay by Don- 
ald Sutherland. Lincoln, University 
of Nebraska Press. 142 p. 6 epi- 
sodes. NM: translation, essay & 
notes. © University of Nebraska 
Press; l4May68; A993874 . 



BACK FROM VIETNAM, by Brian Henderson. 
1 v. A filmscript in 6 scenes. 
© Brian Henderson; l8Jan68; 
DU70654. 

BACK TO GLASGOW, screenplay by Tita 
Lanser (Margaret Judith Lanser) 
154 1. © Tita Lanser; 13May68; 
DU71510. 

BACK TO METHUSELAH, by George Bernard 
Shaw, adapted for a single evening's 
presentation by Arnold Moss. New 
York, S. French. 67 1. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. Oct. 1957, 
DU45866. © Arnold Moss; 19Jul67; 
DP6682. 

BACK TO THE FUTURE. See 
FEIS. 

BARAREN . See 
ON THAT DAY. 

THE BAKER'S DOZEN, a musical comedy in 
two acts. Music, Ronald Dellecker; 
lyrics & book, John Carroll; editor, 
James O'Reilly. 1 v. © John Carroll, 
Ronald Dellecker & James O'Reilly; 
25Mar68; DU71166. 

BALANCE, by Gary Martin. 85 1. 

A play. © Gary A. Martin; 26Mar68; 
DU71128. 

A BALLAD; arranged for Readers' 
Theatre by Harry Bartron. 40 1. 
© Harry Bartron; lApr68; DU71182. 

BALLAD OF A GENTLEMAN, by M. Worley & 
G'. Demers. Sheet. © Twenty Grand 
Music, division of Broadcasting 
Services, Inc.; 3Apr68; C20478. 

THE BALLAD OF KENNEDY, by St. Carrol, 
pseud, of Carrie Rasin. Sheet. 
Lecture. © Carrie Rasin; 26Feb68; 
C20353- 

BALLOON SHOT, a comedy in one act 
by Joe Manchester. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service. 21 p. 
© Joe Manchester; lApr68; DP6647. 

THE BAMBOO SAUCER, a screenplay by 
Frank Telford. 1 v. From a story 
by John Fulton, Rip Von Ronkel & 
Frank Telford. © Jerry Fairbanks 
Productions of California; HMar68; 
DU70955. 

BANK BY RADIO, by W. C. Goodson. 1 v. 
Script. © W. C. Goodson; 21Jun68; 
C20701. 

BAROQUE AND RESTORATION THEATER, 
by Anthony Caputi. D. C. Heath. 
411 p. (Masterworks of world drama, 
vol. IV) NM: editorial compilation. 
© D. C. Heath & Co., a division of 
Raytheon Education Co.; l8Mar68; 
A993857. 



THE BATTLE OF THE CARNIVAL AND LENT, 
by Russell Graves. 99 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Russell Graves; 
17Jan68; DU70657. 

THE BATTLE OF VALOR, a modern tragedy 
by Norman Beim. 93 1- 2 acts. 
© Norman Beim; 12Jun68; DU71766. 

BATTLE TEARS, a narration by Frank 
McCoy (Francis J. McCoy) Sheet. 
© Francis J. McCoy; 15Jan68; 
C20212. 

LA BAYE, de Philippe Adrlen. [Paris] 
Editions du Seuil. 122 p. (Col- 
lection theatre) © Editions du 
Seuil; 30Sep67; DFO-1578. 

BE MY JELLYBEAN, a comedy in three 
acts by Ruth Berger & Elly Carr, 
pseud, of Eleanor Rakowitz. 1 v. 
© Ruth Berger & Elly Carr; 22Apr68; 
DU71294. 

THE BEACH, a poetic play for radio by 
Barbara Gibbs Golffing. 21 1. 
© Barbara Gibbs Golffing; 27Mar68: 
DU71138. 

BEACH BUMS ON WHEELS, a modern action 
screenplay by Charles Ross featuring 
the Los Angeles Hell's Angels. 87 1. 
Appl. authors: Charles Ross & Dick 
Randall. © Dick Randall; 27May68; 
DU71538. 

BEANIE; or, The hasty nymph. A comedy 
in two acts for stage or TV by 
Edward Senior. 66 1. © Edward 
Senior; l6Apr68; DU71320. 

BEANSPRUCHE DEINE FREIHEIT (Claim your 
freedom) Ein Vortrag Uber die 
Christliche Wissenschaft von Eugene 
Depold Tyc. 33 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. C20275. NM: German translation. 
© Eugene Depold Tyc; 31May68; C20609. 

BEAT THE POWER ROBBERS; recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 11 1. © Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 29Jan68; C20259. 
BEAUTIFUL, BLUE, ELECTRIC BUBBLE. See 

MARK ONE. 
THE BEAUTIFUL COVE; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Gene Watkins. 30 1. © Gene Watkins; 
3Jun68; DU71659. 

BEAUTIFUL DREAMER. See 

A TRIBUTE TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST; adapted by Joseph 
M. Felician, pseud, of Jose M. 
Feliciano. 19 1. A play. © Joseph 
M. Felician; l4Mar68; DU71025. 



BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. 
KISS AN UGLY MAN. 
TALES OF FANTASY. 



See 



BECKER & BURNS, by Eugene Robert Tanz. 
Sheet. Television script. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
5Feb68; C20301. 

BED, ARE, ORANGE, CAP. 2 1. (Reading 
words in context, 9) A recording 
script. Appl. author: Borg-Warner 
Corp. © Borg-Warner Corp.; 3Nov67; 
C20410. 
BEDLAM IN SLEEPY HOLLOW, a new comedy 
by Tedwell Chapman. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Tedwell Chapman; 4jun68; DU71699. 

THE BEEPLE, a play for young people 
by Alan Cullen. Anchorage, Ky. , 
Anchorage Press. 84 p. 3 acts. 
© Anchorage Press; 21May68; DP6719- 

DER BEFEHL, Schauspiel in drei Akten 
von Fritz Hochwaider. 55 1. 
© Fritz Hochwaider; 21May68; 
DU71565. 



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THE BEGINNING TEACHER: INTERVIEWS WITH 
BEGINNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS, 
by Evelyn B. McVeigh. 1 v. © Hunter 
College of the City University of 
New York; 29Feb68; C20369- 

THE BEGINNING TEACHER: INTERVIEWS WITH 
BEGINNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS, 
by Evelyn B. McVeigh. 1 v. © Hunter 
College of the City University of New 
York; 29Feb68; C20368. 

BEHEAD OR BEHIND, a satirlyrical fantasy 
by C. David Austin. 99 1. 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © C. David 
Austin; 22Mar68; DU71050. 

BEHIND COLOSSUS, by Harry Albertson. 
91 1. A play in 3 acts. © Harry 
Albertson; 12Feb68; DU70767. 

HET BELANG VAN EEN GEESTELIJKE 

LEVENSBESCHOUWING (The value of a 
spiritual outlook) A Christian 
Science lecture by Paul A. Erickson. 
24 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l4Sep65, C17996. NM: Dutch transla- 
tion. © Paul A. Erickson; 19Feb68; 
C20446. 

BELIEVE IT OR NOT (Medicine for bald- 
ness and how to change sex) By 
Sreejith, pseud, of T. K. Ramchand. 
72 1. A screenplay. © T. K. 
Ramchand; 13May68; DU71533. 

BELLE. See 

THEATRE D 1 ARRIERE-GARDE. 

BELOVED BULLDOG, by Kent Kessinger. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Kent 
Kessinger; 22May68; DU71573. 

BENEFITS OR IDEAS: CHEVY VAN VS 68 1/2 
ECONOLINE. 39 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; l6May68; C20590. 

BENT TWIGS, by Helen Roberts Williams & 
Arlein Ford Straw. 1 v. A musical 
play in 3 acts. Apol. states prev. 
reg. 200ct67, DU69973. NM: addition. 
© Helen Roberts Williams & Arlein 
Ford Straw; 26Feb68; DU70949. 

BENTON REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT LECTURES, 
by Andrew B. Mazzone. 1 v. 20 lec- 
tures. ©Andrew B. Mazzone; 5Jan68; 
C20152. 

THE BEST BIRTHDAY; a play based on 
Happy families, by Sara L. Ensor & 
Thomas Marshall Cartledge. 1 v. 2 
acts. With music & lyrics. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 7Nov66, DU67127. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Sara L. 
Ensor; 20Jun68; DU71835., 

BETROTHAL. See 

THE AUDITION AND THE BETROTHAL. 

A BETTER PLACE THAN DIDI, by Michael 
Bridge (Brian Michael Bridge) 46 1. 
A play in 4 acts. © Brian Michael 
Bridge; l6?eb68; DU7O825. 

BETTY CRACKER, by Mary Engel. Sheet. 
A monolog. © Mary Engel; 21Feb68; 
C2034O. 

BEYOND THE MOON; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Kay Ketchum. 30 1. © Kay Ketchum; 
3Jun68; DU71678. 

BI CHRISTIAN SCIENCE (IJINLE IMO 
IGBAGBO) TI IMA NPESE FUN GBOGBO 
AINI EDA (Christian Science meets 
humanity's needs) Lati enu Neil H. 
Bowles. Folder. © Neil H. Bowles; 
I4jun68; C20673. 

BIALIK, SWEET SINGER OF ISRAEL, by Doris 
Oilman. New York, Women's League of 
the National Council of Young Israel. 
(Plays for synagogue sisterhood groups, 
vol.1, no. 2) 8 1. A musical play. 



Book & lyrics only. Appl. author: 
Women's League, National Council of 
Young Israel, employer for hire. 
© Women's League, National Council of 
Young Israel; 27Dec67; DP6709. 

THE BIBLE IN LIVING SOUND; a dramati- 
zation of the Bible by Sentinel Rec- 
ords, employer for hire of Leal 
Grunke. 1 v. Recording script In 228 
episodes. © Sentinel Records; 4Apr68; 
DU71789. 

BIG ANNIE, a comedy in one act by 
Lou Giwin. New York, S. French. 
16 p. © Samuel French, Inc.; 
30Dec66; DP6702. 

BIG BILL, by Robert Seeley. 124 1. 
A play in 11 scenes. © Robert B. , 
Seeley; 22May68; DU71567. 

THE BIG DIP, book by Jack Lavin, music 
by Larry Hurwit (Lawrence S. Hurwit) 
lyrics by Izzy Abrams (Israel Abrams) 

1 v. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 250ct67, DU69967. NM: addition. 
© Israel Abrams, Jack Lavin & 
Lawrence S. Hurwit; 29Jan68; DU7069I. 

BIG DRUM - LITTLE DRUM, by Amie Associ- 
ates. 7 1. ©Amie Associates, Inc.; 
l6Apr68; C20489. 

THE BIG EXECUTIVE, by Rhoda Hart. 

2 1. A play. © Rhoda Hart; 29Jan68; 
DU71213. 

BIG WEDDING; an original story written 
& adapted for television by Nancy H. 
Stroud. 32 1. © Nancy H. Stroud; 
3Jun68; DU71668. 

THE BIGGEST OPERATION COUNTDOWN IN 

HISTORY. 10 1. 10 recording scripts. 
Appl. author: Sears, Roebuck & Co. 
© Sears, Roebuck & Co.; lFeb68; 
C20316. 

THE BILL COSBY RADIO PROGRAM, by 
William H. Cosby, Jr. (Bill Cosby) 
1 v. Radio scripts. © Campbell, 
Silver, Cosby Corp.; 29Apr68; C20515. 

BILLY BUDD AND THE CRITICS, by Melville, 
edited by William T. Stafford. 
2d ed. Belmont, Calif., Wadsworth 
Pub. Co. 272 p. © Wadsworth Pub. 
Co., Inc.; 23Jan68; A985940. 

BILLY MINSTREL, by M. Christian Loken. 
1 v. 5 parts. © M. Christian Loken; 
12Jan68; DU70516. 

BINEEN'S WAKE, a scire facias in one 
act by Peter J. Smith. 119 1. 
© Peter Joseph Smith; 5Feb68; 
DU70731- 

A BIRD WHO STAMPED ON AIR, an original 
screenplay by Douglas Taylor (Donald D. 
Taylor) 89 1. © Douglas Taylor; 
7Mar68; DU70974 . 

BIRDS, BEES, GIRLS, AND STUFF LIKE 
THAT, by Junior Samples & Cliff 
Williamson. Sheet. Recitation. 
© Peach Music, Inc.; 3Jun68; C20644 . 

THE BIRDS' CHRISTMAS CAROL, by Kate 
Douglas Wlggin, adapted as a televi- 
sion musical by John McKinney. 24 1. 
3 acts. Script. © John R. McKinney; 
24Jun68; DU71785. 

THE BIRTH OF NEUTRON, by Theodore 

Valis. Rev. ed. 9 1. A screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3Jul67, 
DU69124. © Theodore Valis; 29Dec67; 
DU70405. 

BIRTHDAY PARTY, by Rhoda Hart. 6 1. 
A play. © Rhoda Hart; 4Mar68; 
DU70936. 



BIXBY, by Herman Raucher. 108 1. 
Screenplay. © Herman Raucher; 
9Apr68; DU71250. 

BLACK AND WHITE, a play in three acts 
by Gerhard Ramrath. 32 1. © Gerhard 
Ramrath; 15May68; DU71521. 

A BLACK CANOPY, A BLACK SKY, a play 
by Elie Wiesel. 1 v. © Hadassah, 
Women's Zionist Organization of 
America, Inc.; 28Feb68; DU70845. 

THE BLACK DRAGON, by C . D. Gabel, 
stage & television adaptation by 
Jay Williams. 15 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 23Jan68, A965220. NM: 
revision & re-editing. © Caroline D. 
Gabel; 23Apr68; DU71311. 

BLACK ON WHITE, an original screenplay 
by Alan R. Trustman. 113 1. © Alan 
R. Trustman; 7Mar6B; DU70970. 

BLACK POWER'S GOING TO GET YOU, by 
Kenneth Bernard. 19 1. A play. 
© Kenneth Bernard; HMar68; DU71000. 

BLACK SAILS (Anathema) A screenplay 
by George Pan Cosmatos. 125 1« 
Appl. states prev. reg. 20Mar67, 
DU68126. NM: revision. © George 
P. Cosmatos; 8Mar68; DU70992. 

BLACK SKY. See 

A LETTER TO MY RUNAWAY CHILD. 

THE BLACK TOWER SANITARIUM, by Gene 
M. Smith. 4 1. A dialogue. 
© Gene M. Smith; 9May68; C20553. 

THE BLACK WIDOW, a drama by June 0. 
Nordahl. 8 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. l8Aug67, DU69444 . NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © June Nordahl; 
2Apr68; DU71190. 

BLACKJACK, a Las Vegas pit boss looks 
at the game, by Richard M. Snyder. 
16 1. © Richard M. Snyder; 12Jun68; 
C20675 • 

A BLANK PAGE ENTITLED CLIMAX, a musical 
play by Jeannie Lee (Jean McClelland 
Lee) 1 v. 3 acts. © Jeannie Lee; 
13Mar68; DU71021. 

THE BLASPHEMERS, a play in one act by 
Ronald L. Nash. 14 1. © Ronald L. 
Nash; 15Jan68; DU7089I. 

BLEACH, a play in one act by Arnold 
Meyer. 25 1. © Arnold Meyer; 
LApr68; DU71183. 

BLEAT LITTLE BLACK LAMB; program no. 7 
by Victoria Danner Hartfield. 11 1. 
(Hello echo series) A television 
script. © Victoria Danner Hartfield; 
7Dec67; C20203. 

BLENDS AND DIGRAPHS, by Roberta 
La Coste, Alvera B. Meighan & 
Dorothy Craig. 1 v. (Ideal struc- 
tured reading tapes, series 2735) 
© Ideal School Supply Co.; 19Feb68; 
C20360. 

A BLIND WOMAN SAW ME CRY, by Harris 
"reedman. 1 v. A play in 2 acta. 
© Harris Freedman; 8jan68; DU70464 . 

THE BLISTER SISTERS. No.l. By Victoria. 
Vidal. 1 v. Duolog. © Victoria 
Vidal; HMar68; C20376. 

BLOOD GOLD, by Christine J. Martin. 
143 1. A play in 1 act. © Christine 
J. Martin; 13May68; DU71505. 

BLOOD IS THICKER THAN A NEPHEW'S SKULL; 
story & screenplay by Joe Greene. 
59 1. (Concho County) Appl. author: 
Robert N. Sherman a.k.a. Reed Sher- 
man, employer for hire. © Robert N. 
Sherman; 29Mar68; DU71107- 

BLOWING UP. See 
FAR FROM THE IRT. 



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THE BLUE FEATHER; fantasy screenplay by 
Robinson Stockham a.k.a. Linda J. 
Stockham. 110 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 5Aug66, DU6650I. NM: addi- 
tion & revision. © Linda J. Stockham; 
20Mar68; DU71052. 

A , BLUE B?ARD, a miniature play with cups 
& balls by Ray Broderlck. 4 p 
A975298 ® Ray Broderlck ; 26Jan68; 



BLUEBEARD, by Russell Graves. 119 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Russell Craves; 
17Jan68; DU70659. 

BLUEPRINT READING, programs KCC-858-I-- 
KCC-858-IO, by Ken Cook Co. 1 v. 
Script for audiovisual presentation. 
. ; 13Mar68; C20455. 

BLUES FOR A HUNDRED YARDS, by Patrick 
J. Nolan & Joseph L. Subbiondo. 
145 1. A screenplay. NM: revision 

6 additions. © Patrick J. Nolan & 
Joseph Subbiondo; 9May68; DU71492. 

BLUES FOR BILLY, a play in one act by 
Robert Somerfeld. 9 1. © Robert 
Somerfeld; HJan68; DU70506. 

BOBBY'S CHRISTMAS, a TV show written 
by Alec J. Finkler. 6 1. © Alec 
J. Finkler; lMar68; C20354. 

BOBSY (TEACHAPOPPIN) By Harry Thursch- 
well. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. Book 
8: lyrics only. © Harry Thurschwell; 
2Jan67; DU70398. 

BODY, a play by Lucas Myers. 38 1. 
A play. © Lucas Myers; lFeb68; 
DU70725 . 

BOEING 727 SYSTEMS COCKPIT CONTROLS 
AMD INDICATIONS, by Martin E. Renner. 
1 v. Recording script. © Martin E. 
Renner; 6May68; C20549. 

THE BOLIVIAN GOVERNMENT'S SECRET 

SURROUNDING THE DEATH OF ERNESTO CHE 
GUEVARA AND ITS JEOPARDY OF THREE 
LIVES, by James John Sylvester. 
14 1. © James John Sylvester; 
10May68; C20538. 

THE BOMB AT KALAAR; script by Bob 
Kirkpatrick & Marlene Reemsnyder. 
65 1. A screenplay. © Robert 
Kirkpatrick & Marlene M. Reemsnyder; 
22Mar68; DU71093. 

BONTCHE SHWEIG. (Bontche the silent) 
A sing-play by Edward M. Goldman. 
New York, Jewish Education Commit- 
tee Press. 22 p. Based on the 
story by I. L. Peretz. © Jewish 
Education Committee of New York; 
15Dec65; DP6609. 

THE BONUS BABIES; recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. Dealer's version. 
8 1. © Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 9May68; C2055§. 

THE BONUS BABIES; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. Salesman's version. 

7 1. : dsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 9May68; C20560. 

BOOK, RED, FUNNY, APPLE. 2 1. (Read- 
ing words in context, 4) A recording 
script. Appl. author: Borg-Warner 
Corp. © Borg-Warner Corp.; 3Nov67 ; 
C20415. 

THE BOOK WITH THE HIGH I.Q. ; musical 
play by Helen Buell. 1 v. 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Helen Buell; 
12Feb68; DU70738. 

BORN FOR THE WORLD, an original musi- 
cal drama suggested by the life of 
Jane Addams of Chicago's Hull House; 
script and music by Jerre Parks. 
2 v. 2 acts. © Jerre Bryan Parks; 
17Jun68; DU71808. 



THE BOUNTY, an original story written 
& adapted for-televlslon by Helen 
Strayer. 30 1. © Helen Strayer; 
26Jan68; DU70672. 

BOUNTY WOMAN; an original story written 
& adapted for television by Eva 
Wallace. 31 1. © Eva Wallace; 
3Jun68; DU71658. 

LA BOUTIQUE; piece en deux actes de 
Jeannine Worms, pseud, of Jeanine 
Metzger. 1 v. © Jeannine Worms; 
25Apr68; DU71373. 

THE BOY ON THE DIVING BOARD, by Kent 
Kessinger. 28 1. A play. © Kent 
Kessinger; l8Jan68; DU7058O. 

THE BOY WITH THE GREEN GLOVES; scenario 
& script by Benny Rom. 25 1. 
© Benny Rom; 22Nov67; DU70434. 

THE BOYHOOD ADVENTURES OF FREDERICK 
DOUGLASS, a play by John Hines. 
New York, New Dimensions Pub. Co. 
79 P. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1967, DU68683. NM: addition 8c 
editorial revision. © John Hines; 
Uan68; DP6638. 

THE BOYS NEXT DOOR, a comedy by Milt 
Caine (Milton A. Caine) 1 v. 
2 acts. © Milton A. Caine; l4Feb68; 
DU70781. 

BOYS WILL BE GIRLS, a new comedy by 
Jack Sharkey. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. Jack Sharkey; l8jan68; 
DU70588 . 

THE BREAST OF HEAVEN, by Lloyd 
Hezekiah. 51 1. A play. 
© Lloyd Hezekiah; l6Jan68; 
DU70549. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS, a musical 
fable for children in two acts. 
Book by Sue Lawless, music by Jay 
Brower, Lyrics by Herb Sufrin. 2 v. 
© Ralph Strait; 10Jun68; DU71627. 
THE BRIDE'S BOUQUET, a mystery-comedy 
in three acts by Kurtz Gordon, pseud, 
of C. Gordon Kurtz. Dramatists Play 
Service. 70 p. © C. Gordon Kurtz; 
I8jun68; DP6727. 
THE BRIDGE, a meaningless expostula- 
tion in one scene by Michael Lewis . 
1 v. © Michael Lewis; 24May68; 
DU71595- 

BRIDGE-CERTIFICATE, by Zlowe Co. 

Sheet. Recording script. © Dannon 
Milk Products; 24May68; C20624, 

THE BRIDGE GAME, by Enid Rudd. 42 1. 
A play. © Enid Rudd & Bernard Rudd; 
7Feb68; DU70746. 

THE BRIGHT CANTONESE, a screenplay by 
John Barnes. 141 1. Based on the 
novel by Alexander Cordell. 
© John W. Barnes; 29Mar68; DU71163. 



BRING ME MY BRA, a comedy by Kenneth 
Regenbaum. 43 1. 5 scenes. 
© Kenneth Regenbaum; 3May68; 
DU71397. 

BROADSIDE, by James P. White. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © James P. White; 
22May68; DU71576. 

BROTHER YOU'RE NEXT, a musical street- 
play by Stephen Wangh, Christopher 
Rohmann, Robert Reiser & Leonardo 
Shapiro, lyrics by Stephen Wangh & 
Christopher Rohmann, music by Chris- 
topher Rohmann. 1 v. 8 scenes. 
© Stephen Wangh & Christopher Rohmann: 
28Mar68; DU7115 1 * . 

BRUCE TOILETRIES FOR MEN; TV commercial 
script, by Tina Lewis. 8 1. © Tina 
Lewis; 17Jun68; C20666. 



BRUMMELL, a musical play in three acts 
by N. 8c P. F. Blrtles. 1 v. 
© Neville 8e Patricia Frances Birtles; 
9Jan68; DU70618. 

BUDDY, GOODBYE, by Jolene Bleich (Jo- 
lene Bleich Goldenthal) 31 1. A 
play. © Jolene Goldenthal; I8jun68; 
DU71819. 

BULL SESSION AT BULLS GAP, by Junior 
Samples 8c Cliff Williamson. Sheet. 
Recitation. © Peach Music, Inc.; 
3Jun68; C20643. 

BULL SHOOTIN 1 , by Junior Samples 8c 
Cliff Williamson. Sheet. 
Recitation. © Peach Music, Inc.; 
3Jun68; C20641. 

LES BULLES; piece en 1 acte de Michel 
Deltheil, Jean Jacques Pauvert, 
editeur. [Paris] © Jean Jaques 
Pauvert; 12Apr68; DFO-1611. 

THE BUNKER, drama in two parts by 
George W. Herald. Adapted from an 
original play by Alain Decaux. 215 1. 
Thirty scenes. © George W. Herald; 
22May68; DU71516. 

THE BURGLAR, by Brigld Brophy. London, 
Jonathan Cape. 126 p. 3 acts. 
© Brigid Brophy; 22Feb68; AF26898. 

THE BUSINESSMAN FROM BESANCON, a one 
act comedy by Tristan Bernard, 
translated by M. L. Kennedy. 66 1. 
12 scenes. © Mary Lou Kennedy 8: 
Alan David Kennedy; 5Jun68; DU71704. 

BUT, CAN YOU SING? A musical play 
in one act; book, lyrics & music 
by Richard Lewis Schafer 8c Terry 
Alan Sandholzer; musical arrangements 
& additional music by Raymond 
Savage Fowler. 32 1. Book 8c lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
15Dec66, DU67989. NM: extensive 
revision. ©Richard Lewis Schafer 
& Terry Alan Sandholzer; 2Jan68; 
DU7O430. 

THE BUTTERFLY PALACE, a musical fantasy; 

book by Robert Higgins, music 8c 

lyrics by Byron Tinsley. 59 1. 

© Robert Higgins 8: Byron Tinsley; 

13Feb68; DU70774 . 
BUTTON, BUTTON, a farce in one act by 

Richard DeBold. 15 1. © Richard 

DeBold; I5Mar68; DU71039. 

THE BUTTON GAME; by Richard & Nancy 
Riggan. 1 v. A play with music. 
© Richard Riggan & Nancy Riggan; 
25Mar68; DU7IO98. 

BYE BYE BIRDIE, a musical comedy, book 
by Michael Stewart, music by Charles 
Strouse, lyrics by Lee Adams. London, 
Edwin H. Morris 8c Co. 69 p. 2 acts. 
Libretto. © Michael Stewart; 
9Jan68; DP6687. 



THE CBS WAR OF THE WEEK, by Michael 
Jay Heimberg. 5 1. Script. 
© Michael Jay Heimberg; 3Jan68; 
C20149. 

C'EST MALIN; piece en 2 parties de 
Fulbert Janin, pseud, of Fulbert de 
Lathelier. 1 v. © Fulbert Janin; 
8Apr68; DU71315. 
EL CABALLERO DE LAS ESPUELAS DE 0R0; 
retrato dramatico en dos tiempos, 
dividido en ocho cuadros por Alejandro 
Casona, edited by Jose A. Balseiro 8c 
Eliana Suarez-Rivero. New York, 
Oxford University Press. 130 p. 

preface, introd., notes ... some 
editing of Spanish text. © Oxford 
University Press, Inc.; l4Mar68; 
A978709. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



CACTUS MEETS WHIMSY, by Cactus Tom 
Enterprises. 5 1. A screenplay. 

lactus Tom Enterprises, Inc.; 
l8Dec67; DU70858. 

CAESAR AMERICANUS, a political drama 
in three acts, twelve scenes by 
David J. Dawson. 1 v. © David J. 
Dawson; 9May68; DU71491. 

CAESAR AT THE RUBICON, a play about 
politics by Theodore H. White. 
1st ed. New York, Atheneum. 17 4 p. 
3 acts. © Theodore H. White; 
20Feb68; A977565. 

CAESAR'S COFFIN, by Haven Hubbard. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Haven 
Hubbard; 17Jan68; DU70568. 



CAFE 500, by Marcus Nelson. 1 v. 
A play. © Marcus Nelson; 26Jan68; 
DU70667 . 

THE CAGE, by Mars Hill. 6l 1. A play 
in 3 scenes. © Mars A. Hill; 
12Jun68; DU71760. 

CAINE; screenplay written by Samuel 
Fuller. 122 1. © Heritage Enter- 
prises, Inc.; 5Feb68; DU70728. 

.CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH, by Irene Shannon. 
6 1. Script. © Irene Shannon; 
l4Feb68; C20343. 

CALL ME HARRIET, by Kent R. Brown. 

24 1. A play. © Kent Randall Brown; 
29Feb68; DUTO859. 
CAMELOT. See 

IDYLLS OF THE KING. 

CAMPION, a play by William Griffin. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Henry William 
Griffin; 21Feb68; DU70855 . 

CAMPUS KID, by Martin Henri Gerard. 
Episode 1-10. 1 v. © Martin Henri 
Gerard; 29Apr68; C20539- 

CAMPUS KID. Week 4-9, episode 20 
thru 44, minus 24. By Martin Henri 
Gerard. 1 v. © Martin Henri 
Gerard; 29May68; C20600. 

CAN JOSEPH CHANGE THE INNKEEPER'S 
MIND? A play in one act by Don A. 
Mueller (Donald A. Mueller) 10 1. 
© Don A. Mueller; 2Jan68; DU70429. 

THE CANDIDATE, by Frank Martin (Francis 
B. Martin) 112 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Francis B. Martin; HMar68; 
DU71097. 

CAPTAIN OTWAY BURNS, FIREBRAND OF l8l2j 
historical drama in three acts by 
Ruth L. Peeling. 47 1 . © Ruth L. 
Peeling; 3Jun68; DU71592. 

CAR, TOY, BALL, HOUSE, MILK. 2 1. 
(Reading words in context, 1) A 
recording script. Appl. author: 
Borg-Warner Corp. © Borg-Warner 
Corp.; 3Nov67; C20418. 

CAR TREK, film script by David E. Feyk. 
12 1. © David E. Feyk; 22May68; 
DU71575 . 

CARAVAGGIO, by M. Straight. 92 1. 
A play in 13 scenes. © Michael W. 
Straight; 29Apr68; DU71513. 



THE CARE AND FEEDING OF FUMIGATED 
CHILDREN, by Kent Kessinger. 25 1. 
A play. © Kent Kessinger; l8Jan68; 
DU70581. 



THE CAREER, a play in 3 acts, 9 scenes, 
by Vsevolod Homitzky. 51 1. 
© Vsevold Homitzky also Chomitzky or 
Khomitzky; 26Feb68; DU70882. 



CARINOS, by Dick Summer (Richard J. 
Summer) 1 v. Collection of po. ■■■<■ . 
© Richard J. Summer; 29Feb68; 
C20429. 

CARNIVAL PARTY, a play in three acts by 
Edward daRosa. 82 1. © Edward 
daRosa; 4Apr68; DU71207. 

THE CARVELLE CART, a collection of 
skits by Leo Grillo & Penny Page 
(Penelope Oakum Page) 1 v. 4 skits. 
© Leo F. Grillo, Jr. & Penny Page; 
l6Jan68; DU70598. 

A CASE OF INTEGRATION, a satirical play 
in one act by Thomas M. Morse, pseud, 
of Max L. Berges. 38 1. © Max L. 
Berges; 21Jun68; DU71849. 

CASEY, by Jimmy Luhm. Sheet. 
© Jimmy Luhm; 29Apr68; C20512. 

CASTAWAY, a one act opera designed 
as a companion-piece to A dinner 
engagement; libretto by Paul Dehn, 
music by Lennox Berkeley. London, 
J. & W. Chester. 24 p. Libretto. 
© J. & W. Chester, Ltd.; lAug67; 
DFO-1600. 

CASTING AND FISHING THE ARTIFICIAL FLY, 
by John W. Ball. 102 1. Lecture. 
© John W. Ball; 22Mar68; C20431. 

THE CASTLE, a new musical play, book by 
Daniel Nemzer, music & lyrics by 
Michael Garet . 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Michael Steven Garet & Daniel Ed- 
ward Nemzer; 27May68; DU716O9. 

THE CASTRO COMPLEX, a comedy in three 
acts by Mel Arrighi. 1 v. 
© Mel Arrighi; 23Feb68; DU70861. 

CAT IN THE BAG, a comedy by Joyce 
Rayburn. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) 64 p. 
3 acts. © Joyce Rayburn; 28Dec66: 
DF1912. 

CAT- 0- LOGICAL CONVERSATIONS; 17 se- 
quences by Viola Marks. 106 1. 
© Viola Marks; 17Apr68; C20500. 

THE CAT THAT WAS CALLED WILHELMINA, by 
Ruth Roberts (Ruth Roberts Piller) 
5 1- Monolog. © Michael Brent 
Publications; l8Mar68; C20440. 

THE CATACLYSMIC LOVES OF COOPER AND 
LOOPER, AND THEIR FRIEND WHO WAS 
SQUASHED BY A MOVING VAN, a farce in 
three acts by Tom Erhard (Thomas A. 
Erhard) 1 v. © Thomas A. Erhard; 
8Jan68; DU70459. 

CATCH A TIGER, by Jennifer Danziger. 
24 1. A play. © Jennifer A. 
Danziger; HJun68; DU71647. 

CAUSE CELEBRE, a play in three acts 
by M. Perry Nochlin. 55 1. 
© M. Perry Nochlin; 19Jan68; 
DU70595 . 

CAUSE CITY JIM LOVES THE COUNTESS, a 
play in one act by Ronald Miglionico. 
31 1. © Ronald Miglionico; 13May68; 
DU71504. 

CAVE OF THE KING. See 
TO WAKE THE KING. 

CECILY, ONE SUMMER, by Paul Pauliny. 
124 1. A screenplay in 132 scenes. 
© Paul Pauliny; 20May68; DU71554 . 

CELEBRATION, a play in one act by Roma 
Greth. 33 1. © Roma Greth; 7Jun68; 
DU71716. 

CELEBRITY BILLIARDS, by Allan A. David. 
4 1. A script for television. 
© Allan A. David; 15Apr68; C205I3. 



CERIMA THE BEAUTIFUL, by A. Davis. 
1 v. A play. Appl. ti.: Cirema the 
beautiful. © A. Davis; HMar68; 
DU71002. 

CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, a farce by Rog- 
er Squire. 24 1. ©Roger Squire; 
24Jun68; DU71860. 

CHAMELEON (Ka-me ' le-un) A completely 
original television play by B. Bowen. 
41 1. © Betty Jane Bowen; 15Jan68; 
DU70540. 

LES CHAMPS MAGNETIQUES, sulvis de Vous 
m'oublierez & de S'll vous plait, de 
Andre Breton & Philippe Soupault. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 192 p. NM: 
4 acts of S'll vous plait. © Edi- 
tions Gallimard; 30Dec67; DFO-1610. 

CHANCES IN 12 STROKES, by R. Kenneth 
Girard. 73 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© R. Kenneth Girard; 24jun68; 
DU71852. 

CHANGE AND RESISTANCE TO CHANGE, by 
Richard Dempsey. 20 1. A talk. 
© Richard Allen Dempsey; 5Mar68; 
C20389. 

THE CHANGING MAN, by Jon Edward Manson, 
Thomas Y. Drake & James Tugend. 
137 1. A screenplay. © James Tugend, 
Jon Manson & Thomas Drake; 29Fefc68; 
DU70912. 

CHANTING OF THE NEGROES; composed by 
Hazel L. Cottington. 2 sheets. 
© Hazel L. Cottington; 27May68; 
C20593. 

CHARACTERISTICS OF INNER CITY CLIENTS, 
by Fred C. Tinning & David R. Halter. 
9 1. © Fred C. Tinning & David R. 
Halter; 17Jan68; C20177. 

CHARLES IVES IN ILLINOIS, a new play 
about Abraham Lincoln by Howard 
Kissel. 1 v. 2 acts. © Howard 
Kissel; 20Mar68; DU71054 . 

CHARLIE BOY, an invention in two parts 
by Richard Cook. 1 v. © Richard 
Cook; 22Jan68; DU7O.60O. 

UN CHAT EST UN CHAT, par Jeannine 
Worms, pseud, de Jeanine Metzger; 
realisation, Bernard Saxel. 65 1. 
A play. © Jeannine Worms; 25Apr68; 
DU71371. 



CHEESECAKE AND HORSES. 
TAKE FAST, GIVE SLOW. 



See 



CHERI AND THE LAST OF CHERI, by Paul 
Giovanni. Adapted for the stage by 
Paul Giovanni. Based on two novels 
of Colette. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Paul Giovanni; 7Jun68; DU71722. 

CHERRY SODA WATER, a short play by 

Stephen Levi. 33 1. © Stephen 

Levi; l4Feb68; DU70784 . 
CHILDREN AT THE WHITE HOUSE. See 

EYE OF THE STORM. 
CHILDREN OF FLAME, a drama written 

especially for radio & TV by Starr 

West Jones. 48 1. © Starr West 

Jones; 25Mar68; DU7IO99. 
CHILDREN OF THE WEEK. See 

THE SOUND OF CHILDREN. 
CHILDREN'S CLASSICS ON TAPE. Vol.2. 

Abridged & edited by Ruth Lind. 

© Ruth Lind; 10May68; C2O569. 
CHILDREN'S PLAYS FOR CREATIVE ACTORS, 

a collection of royalty-free plays 

for boys & girls by Claire Boiko. 

Boston, Plays. 368 p. © Claire 

Boiko; 140ct67; A96O695 . 
THE CHIPMUNKS SEE DOCTOR DOLITTLE, 

by Ross Bagdasarian. 7 1. A musical 

play. Book only. © Monarch Music 

Corp.; 19Jan68; DU70593. 



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THE CHOICE, a two act musical comedy 
by John W. Ashby, music by Dorothy 
Ashby. 43 1. © John W. Ashby & 
Dorothy Ashby; 20Jun68; DU71843. 

DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP: DE WEO 
NAAR DAADWERKELIJKE VREDE (Christian 
Science: The way of active peace) 
Door Lela Hay Aultman. 26 1. Appl. 
states Drev. reg. 4jan66, C18176. 
NM: translation. © Lela May Aultman; 
:ar68; C20481. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MEETS HUMANITY'S 
NEEDS. See 

BI CHRISTIAN SCIENCE (IJINLE IMO 
IGBAGBO) TI IMA NPESE FUN GBOGBO 
AINI EDA. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: RELIGION THAT MEETS 
THE HUMAN NEED. See 
LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE: LA RELIGION 

QUI REPOND A TOUT BESOIN. 
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: THE WAY OF ACTIVE 
PEACE. See 
DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP : DE WEG 

NAAR DAADWERKELIJKE VREDE. 
KRISTEN VIDENSKAB, VEJEN TIL VIRKSOM 

FRED. 

UN CHRISTIANISME COMPATISSANT (Compas- 
sionate Christianity) Conference 
sur la Science Chretienne par Lela 
May Aultman. 24 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 4Dec67, C20271. NM: translation. 
© Lela May Aultman; 19Mar68; C20444. 



by Rhoda Hart. 5 1. 
© Rhoda Hart; 4Mar68; 



CHRISTMAS, 
A play. 
DU7O958. 

CHRISTMAS BELONGS TO CHRIST, a Christ- 
mas play by Svea Brown. 2 1. 
© Svea Brown; 260ct67; DP6652. 

CHRISTMAS BREAD, a Christmas play by 
Brown. . ivea Brown; 
260c t67; DP6t . 

CHRISTMAS CANDLES, an original play 
written & adapted for church groups 
by Lloyd Dull. 14 1. 2 scenes. 
© Lloyd W. Dull; l8Apr68; DU71J29. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL, by Charles Dickens. 
Adapted into a musical play by 
Michael Howard. Lyrics by Michael 
Howard, music by Renee Howard & 
Michael Howard. 60 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Michael Steven Howard; 
I4jun68; DU71736. 

THE CHRISTMAS COURIERS, a drama in 
one act by Steven M. Vizney, pseud, 
of Elaine Steiger &. Anita Steiger. 
New York, S. French. 22 p. 
© Samuel French, Inc.; 30Dec66; 
DP6695 . 

A CHRISTMAS CRIME, by Joseph R. Hagan. 
10 1. A play. © Joseph R. Hagan; 
8May68; DU71439. 

CHRISTMAS FAVORITES SERIES. See 

THE LITTLE SHEPHERD; 'TWAS THE NIGHT 
BEFORE CHRISTMAS; THE ANIMALS ' 
FIRST CHRISTMAS; DICKENS' CHRIST- 
MAS CAROL. 

THE CHRISTMAS HOLLY; one act play 
by Sybil Keln, pseud, of Consuela 
M. Provost. 16 1. © Consuela 
M. Provost; 2Jan68; DU70427. 

CHUCKLES, THE WONDER DOG, a theatrical 
for one actor by Bruce Kessler. 
17 1. © Bruce Kessler & Marc 
Kessler; 9Jan68; DU70474. 

CHUCKY THE CHICKEN; program no.]l by 
Victoria Danner Hartfield. 10 1. 
(Hello echo series) A television 
script. © Victoria Danner Hartfield; 
7Dec67; C20207. 



THE CIGARETTE FIEND; or, Oil is where 
you find it, Blade Daggershaw. 
A modern musical melodrama in two 
act3, book & lyrics by Rainsford J. 
Wlnslow, with good old fashioned 
music of years ago. 45 1. Book & 
lyrics only. NM: additions % revi- 
sion. © Rainsford J. Wlnslow; 
8Jan68; DU70462. 

CINDERELLA, a musical treatment, by 
Richard Kinter. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Richard 
Kinter; 12Jun68; DU71729. 

CINDERELLA; book by Rachel Adams, music 
by Rachel Adams & David Barron. 
1 v. 3 acts. Based on the fairy 
tale. © Rachel R. Adams & David 
Barron; 8May68; DU71483. 

CINDERELLA. See 

TALES OF FANTASY. 

CINDERELLA AND THE PLASTIC SHOE, a 
modern musical frolic through an old 
myth for children of all ages; book 
& lyrics by Rosemary Farmer Corry, 
music by Rosemary Corry assisted by 
John J. Nickel, arranged by Curt 
Cook (Charles C. Cook) 1 v. 
© Rosemary Farmer Corry; 8jan68; 
DU70415. 

CIRCLE OF SWORDSMEN, by Carson David- 
son. 68 1. A screenplay. © Carson 
Davidson; 27Feb68; DU70893. 

CIRCUS, a private dialogue between 
two roustabouts by Leah Friedman. 
67 1. © Leah Friedman; 21Feb68; 
DU7084-9. 

CIREMA THE BEAUTIFUL. See 
CERMA THE BEAUTIFUL. 

THE CIVILIZED ADULTS, a play by Myron 
Brinig. 138 1. 3 acts. © Myron 
Brinig; 28Feb6S; DU70904. 

CLAIM-TO-FAME GAL. See 
ON THE BLIND. 

CLAIM YOUR FREEDOM, a Christian Science 
lecture by Eugene Depold Tyc. 
Folder. © Eugene Depold Tyc; 
l6Nov67; C20275 . 

CLAIM YOUR FREEDOM. See 

BEANS PRUCHE DEINE FREIHEIT. 

CLASSICAL GREECE, bv Anthony Caputi. 
D. C. Heath. 280 p. (Masterworks 
of world drama, vol.1) NM: editorial 
compilation. © D. C. Heath & Co., a 
division of Raytheon Education Co.; 
l8Mar68; A993851. 

CLASSIFICATION - OPPOSITES - SEQUENCE, 
by Roberta La Ccste, Alvera B. 
Meighan & Dorothy Craig. 1 v. 
(Ideal structured reading tapes, 
series 2715) © Ideal School Supply 
Co.; 19Feb6d; C20361. 

CLEAN THE SLATE IN '68, by Jim Nesbitt. 
Sheet. Recitation. © Peach Music, 
Inc.; 29May68; C20653. 

THE CLIENT, a one act play by Norbert 
F. Chandler. 24 1. © Norbert F. 
Chandler; 25Jun68; DU71861. 

CLIMAX, a play in one act by Robert 
Houston. 42 1. © Robert Houston; 
15Apr68; DU71304. 

CLOSEUP ON CLOSING; recording script 
for J. I. Case Co. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 23 1. © J. I. Case 
Co.; 9May68; C20565. 

CLOSEUP ON CLOSING; recording script for 
J. I. Case Co. by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 21 1. © J. I. Case Co.; 
9May68; C 205 66. 



CLOWNY CLAP-CLAP; program no. 6 by 
Victoria Banner Hartfield. 13 1. 
(Hello echo series) A television 
script. © Victoria Danner Hartfield; 
7Dec6"7; C20202. 

COAL MINE CARRIE COMES THROUGH. See 

DARLING I AM GROWING. 
THE COBWEBBED AISLE; book & lyrics by 

Alexander Szulc, pseud, of Alexander 

F. Schultz, music by Clifford 

Christain, pseud, of Bruce C. Schwoy. 

56 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 

1 v. © Alexander F. Schultz & 

Bruce C. Schwoy; 26Mar68; DU71134. 
THE COCK CROWS, a one act play by Jack 

Matcha. 27 1. © Jack Matcha; 

19Jan68: DU70592. 
COCK OF THE WALK, by Max G. Weine. 

72 1. A play. © Max G. Weine; 

10Jun68; DU71745. 
COCU MAGNIFIQUE. See 

THEATRE I. 
THE COEXISTENCE TRILOGY, by Erwin H. 
Lerner. 1 v. 3 plays. © Erwin H. 

Lerner; 12Jun68; DU71753. 
THE COILED SPRING, by Stanley Taikeff. 

79 1. © Stanley Taikeff: 21Mar68; 

DU71080. 
COLD FEET; words & music by Albert 

King & Al Jackson, Jr. Sheet. 

© East Publications, Inc.; 8Feb68; 

C20283. 
COLLECTED SKITS N0.1, by Edwin W. 

Goodpaster. 1 v. 4 skits. 

© Edwin W. Goodpaster; 27Feb68; 

C20362. 
A COLLEGE EDUCATION FOR PRACTICALLY 

EVERYBODY, a three act comedy by 

Joel E. Horton. 1 v. © Joel E. 

Horton; 5Feb68; DU70730. 
COLOR ME FEMININE, by Helene Whittaker. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldrldge Pub. Co. 
70 p. 3 acts. © Eldrldge Pub. Co.; 
lSep67; DP6588. 
IL COMBATTIMENTO DI TANCREDI E CLORINDA, 

di Claudio Monteverdi, a cura di 

Luciano Berio, parole di Torquato 

Tasso, partitura. [England] Universal 

Edition (13727) 41 p. © Universal 

Edition (London) Ltd.; 28jan68; 

DFO-1591. 

COME IN, MEXICO; TV script by Cecil C. 
Mets, pseud, of Cecile C. Metzger. 
67 1. 3 acts. © Cecile C. Metzger; 
15Jan68; DU70539. 

COME OUT, COME OUT, WHOEVER YOU ARE, 
a suspense melodrama, screenplay 
by Alex Grasshoff & Mikel Angel. 
1st draft. 87 1. © Dick Randall; 
27Dec67; DU70709. 

COME TO THE INN. See 
TOM PIPER. 

COME WITHIN MY HEART; 25 poems by 
Kitty Colette Keepers Voss. 1 v. 
© Kitty Colette Keepers Voss; 
10Apr68; C20516. 
COMEDY M0N0L0GS OF JOHN FERNANDES; 
no.l-13, by John Fernandes. 1 v. 
© John Fernandes; 31May68; C20632. 
COMEDY '68; created by John Roger 

Kielty. 25 1. A television script. 
[Episode:] How soft, how gentle, my 
wife's caressing hands. © John 
Roger Kielty; 4Apr68; DU71209. 

UNA COMIDA DE FAMILIA. See 
SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS. 

COMMERCIAL FOR KOTEX, by Jay Living- 
ston & Joyce Andrews . 2 sheets. 
Script. © Mrs. Gordon J. Andrews & 
Jay Livingston; 26Mar68; C20456. 

COMO EDUCAR SUS HIJOS, por Carmen Lara 
Fernandez. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
13Jun67, C19612. NM- translation. 
© Carmen Lara Fernandez; 2May68: 
020527. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



COMO EL RANCHERITO JUAN GANO LOS 

JUEGOS OLIMPICOS, un cuento musical de 
J. V. Forsman. 2 v. © John Vaint! 
Forsman; HJan68; DU70456. 

A COMPANY OF EXCERPTS; three one act 
plays by Dana Woodbury. 1 v. 
© Jack Dana Woodbury; 5Jun68; 
DU71708. 

COMPASSIONATE CHRISTIANITY; a Christian 
science lecture by Lela May Aultman. 
Folder. © Lela May Aultman; 4Dec67; 
CS0271. 

COMPASSIONATE CHRISTIANITY. See 
UN CHRISTIANISME COMPATISSANT. 

COMPLETE PLAYS, by Jean Racine; trans- 
lated into English verse & with a 
biographical appreciation, foreward 
& notes by Samuel Solomon; introd. by 
Katherine Wheatley. New York, Random 
House. 2 v. (The Random House. life- 
time library) NM: English transla- 
tion, introductions, compilation & 
notes. © Samuel Solomon; 17Apr68 
(in notice: 1967); A993150. 

THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF VLADIMIR MAYAKOV- 
SKY, translated by Guy Daniels with 
an introd. by Robert Payne. New 
York, Washington Square Press. 27 1 * p. 
(The Russian library) NM: transla- 
tion, introd. & compilation. © Wash- 
ington Square Press, Inc.; 3May68; 
A995396. 

COMPROMISE PLEASE, by Buck E. Tilling- 
hast. 46 1. A musical play in 4 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © on 
book; Buck Elton Tillinghast; 
2Jan68; DU70418. 

COMPUTERIZED MUSIC APPRECIATION, by 
Mabel Gerber. 2 1. A lecture. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 29Dec67, 
C20325. NM: addition & revision. 
© Mabel Gerber; 24Apr68; C20523. 

COMPUTERIZED MUSIC APPRECIATION WITH 
MABEL GERBER, a lecture by Mabel 
Gerber. 3 P- © Mabel Gerber; 
29Dec67; C20323. 

CONCHO COUNTY. See 

ALICIA, YOU SPELL IT WITH INDELIBLE. 
BLOOD IS THICKER THAN A NEPHEW'S 

SKULL. 
DOES A GATOR CHOKE ON THE GRASS OF 

HUMAN KINDNESS. 
LORI IS THE WORD FOR A REAL JAZZ 

BABY. 
NOW THAT I'VE FOUND YOU AM I STILL A 
RELATIVE. 

ONE GOLD TOOTH IS A FORTUNE, TWO IS 

TROUBLE . 
WATER, WATER EV'RYWHERE. 

CONFIDENTIAL INDIVIDUAL HEALTH HISTORY 
WITH SPECIFIC PERSONAL INSTRUCTIONS 
CONCERNING ORGAN TRANSPLANTS AND FINAL 
DISPOSITIONS FOR POST-MORTEM AUTOPSIES, 
by Arthur Briskier. Sheet. Monolog. 
© Arthur Briskier; 28May68; C20629- 

CONFLICT AND CONCORD, an original 
confirmation cantata written & arr. 
by Ely E. Pilchik, Barry Hewitt 
Greene & Norman Summers. New York, 
Union of American Hebrew Congrega- 
tions. 34 1. © Union of American 
Hebrew Congregations; 6Apr67; DP6721. 

CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE, by Daniel F. 
Downing, lecturer. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Medi-Disc, Inc.; 2Feb68; 
C2029A . 
THE CONQUEROR, a play in 2 acts by 
Janine Brittin. 128 1. Appl. ti. : 
I'll save you as if you were my own 
flesh. © Janine R. Brittin; 
24Apr68; DU71390. 
THE CONSULTANTS; story no.l, a one hour 
TV play by Stanley Abramovltz . 21 1. 
© Stanley Abramovltz; Uul68; DU71830. 
CONTRACT MARRIAGES INCORPORATED, TOUCH- 
ING PICTURES OF WEDDED BLISS, by 
Siegfried Heinemann. 89 1. 8 acts. 
© Siegfried Heinemann; 25Apr68; 
DU71403. 



CONVERSATION. 
THEATRE. 



See 



THE COOK, a screenplay by Alan R. 
Trustman. 1st draft. 99 1. 
Based on the novel by Harry Kressing. 
© Alan R. Trustman; 6Mar68; DU70963. 

COOK-OUT; words & music by King Curtis, 
pseud, of Curtis Ousley. Sheet. 
© Pronto Music, Inc. & Kilynn Music, 
Inc.; 13Mar68; C20460. 

THE COOP, a play in three acts by 
Ralph S. Arzoomanian. 56 1. 
© Ralph S. Arzoomanian; 15Jan68; 
DU70589. 

COPANI PLAYS, by Peter Copani. 1 v. 
Contents: Puppy love. — The star is 
always loved. — When the bough breaks. 
© Peter Copani; 7Feb68; DU70745 . 

CORINTHIANS, a play by John Shaw. 1 v. 
With music. © John Shaw; 15Jan68; 
DU7O535 . 

CORN PONE; half-hour television play by 
Leonore (Berg) DuBroff. 1 v. 
© Leonore Berg DuBroff; 8Mar68; 
DU70928. 

THE CORNERSTONE, by Don Llljenquist. 
86 1. A play in 3 acts. © Don 
Clifford Llljenquist; 4Mar68; DU70931. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ASCENDED JESUS CHRIST; 
Apr. 10, 1966, Chicago, 111. 12 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 8jan68; 
C 2017 3. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Feb. 20, 1966, 
Chicago, 111. 15 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 8Jan68; C20172. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Apr. 12, 1966, 
Chicago, 111. 14 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 8jan68; C20170. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ELOHIM ARCTURUS; Jan. 8, 
1966, Chicago, 111. 12 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 8jan68; C20175. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER SAINT GERMAIN; 
Jan. 9, 1966, Chicago, 111. 13 1. 
Recording- script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.: 8jan68; C20174 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED ASTREA; Apr. 16, I966, 
Chicago, 111. 13 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 8Jan68; C20167. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED LANTO; Dec. 31, 1965, 
Chicago, 111. 8 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
8jan68; C20166. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT BELOVED LORD THE MAHA CHOHAN; 
Apr. 14, 196"6, Chicago, 111. 11 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 8jan68; C20168. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BLESSED BELOVED SAINT 
GERMAIN; Apr. 11, I966, Chicago, 111. 
12 1. Recording script. Appl. au- 
thor: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 8jan68; 
C20171. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY PRESENCE LISTENING ANGEL; 
Apr. 15, 1966, Chicago, 111. 7 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 8Jan68; C20165. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY VICTORY; Apr. 13, 1966, 
Chicago, 111. 15 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 8jan68; C20169. 

A COUPLE 0' CHARLEYS, by Michael 
Robert David. 131 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Michael Robert David; 
8Apr68; DU71232. 

COURTSHIP OF MILES STANDISH. See 
ONCE UPON A HARVEST -TIME. 

COWBOY IN THE CLOSET, a new one act 
play by J. M. Rizzo. 36 1. 
© Joseph M. Rizzo; l6Apr68; DU71317. 

COWBOY'S PRAYER, by Ron Ormond & Ed- 
ward B. Moates. Sheet. Narration. 
Appl. author: Wild Blue Music. 
© Wild Blue Music; 8Jan68; C20153. 
COWS DON'T SAY MOO. See 
LET'S LISTEN. 

THE CRACKUP, by Chinweizu Ibekwe. 1 v. 
A play in 8 scenes. © Chinweizu 
Ibekwe; HMar68; DU7O998. 

CRANMER, a three act play by Laurence 
Joseph James. 217 1. © Laurence 
J. James; 3Jun68; DU71733. 

THE CRAZY LOCOMOTIVE, a play without a 
thesis, in two acts & an epilogue by 
Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz. English 
version by C. S. Durer & Daniel C. 
Gerould. (In First stage, winter 
1967-68, p. 206-215) Appl. state's 
prev. pub. 1962. NM: translation. 
© Daniel C. Gerould & C. S. Durer; 
15May68; DP6734. 

THE CREATIVE ARTS: FOUR REPRESENTATIVE 
TYPES, by Michael E. Kelsman & 
Rodney E. Sheratsky. New York, 
Globe Book Co. 572 p. NM: teaching 
aids, question material, illus. 
© Globe Book Co., Inc.; l8jan68; 
A966788. 

THE CRICKET CRIES, a one act play by 
Laura Ann Miller. 22 1. © Laura 
Ann Miller; 29Mar68; DU71096. 

A CRIME, by H. Smith, pseud, of Stewart 
H. Benedict. 1 v. A play in 10 
scenes. © Stewart H. Benedict; 
6Feb68; DU70742. 

THE CRIME OF AN UNWANTED CHILD; 

original story & screenplay by Ethel 
Lawson. 30 1. © Ethel Lawson; 
3Jun68; DU71651. 

CRITIQUE OF THEISM, by Rainer Kontny. 
6 1. Lecture. © Rainer Kontny; 
2Feb68; C20328. 

CROSSWAYS TO HEAVEN, a play in three 
acts by William M. Barrett. 110 p. 
3 acts. © William M. Barrett; 
12Jan68; DP6718. 

THE CRUCIBLE. See 

TRAGEDY, HISTORY AMD ROMANCE. 

THE CRUELEST MAN ON EARTH, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Alma Paradise. 30 1. 
©Alma Paradise; 26Jan68; DU70664. 



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Jan. — June 



A CRY OF PLAYERS, by William Gibson. 
1 v. A play In 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 210ct46, DU5551. 
© William Gibson; 22May68; DU71578. 

CRY OF THE ORGAN, a play In three acts 
by Robert S. Ross. 342 1. 
© Robert Stuart Ross; 17Apr68; 
DU71521. 

CRYSTAL; opera in 2 acts by Robert 
Russell Bennett. 33 1. Book & 
lyrics only. D Robert Russell 
Bennett; 27Mar68; DU71116. 

LA CUISINE, d 'Arnold Wesker, traduit 
de 1' Anglais par Philippe Leotard. 
[Paris] Galllmard. 181 p. 2 pts. 
© Editions Gallimard; 31Decb7; 
DFO-1585 . 

A CUP OF TNT, by Margretta Scott Law- 
ler. 20 1. A play. © Margretta 
Scott Lawler; 13Jun68; DU71779. 

CURRENT THERAPY NO. 2 DIURETICS. See 
DIURETIC THERAPY IN EDEMA. 

CURRENTS IN DRAMA, by Marjorie Wescott 
Barrows. Rev. ed. New York, 
Macmillan Co. 327 p. (Macmillan 
literary heritage) Appl. author: 
Macmlllah Co., employer for hire. 
© Macmillan Co.; 2Jan68; A976910. 

CYCLE. See 

. FUCK IT AND CYCLE. 

CYRANO DE BERGERAC, by Edmond Rostand, 
a new English version by James For- 
syth. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
181 p. 5 acts. © James Forsyth; 
23Apr68; DP6681. 

CYRANO DE BERGERAC. See 

TRAGEDY, HISTORY AMD ROMANCE. 

CYRANO ON MAIN STREET, a television 
production by Gary Munn. 123 1. 7 
acts. © Gary Munn; l8jun68; DU71817. 



D 



D TRAIN, a one act play by Peg Nichols. 
31 1. © Peggy Fulton Nichols; 
29Mar68; DU71l6l. 

DADDY, DEAR DADDY, a comedy In three 
acts by Norman Barasch & Carroll 
Moore. 1 v. © Norman Barasch & 
Carroll Moore; 2May68; DU71436. 

DAMN IT, DIONYSOS, DC! A musical 
play in two acts; book & lyrics by 
Charles Haldeman. 1 v. Book & 
lyrics only. © Charles Haldeman; 
l6Jan68; DU70547. 

DAN DESTRY'S DILEMMA; or, Publish or 
perish. An operetta in the Gilbert 
& Sullivan manner, lyrics by James 
Cahill & others, music by Sir Arthur 
Sullivan. 18 1. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © James Cahill; 9Jan68; 
DP6662. 

DANCER IN AN ART GALLERY, by Judith 
-. x Elaine Streitfeld. 10 1. 
udith Janus & Elaine Streitfeld; 
Iay68; C20601. 

DANCERS, a play in two acts by 
Allan Rleser. 1 v. © Allan Rieser; 
24May68; DU71598. 

DANGERFIELD NEWBY MOVES UPTOWN, a one- 
act play by Richard D. Waters. New 
York, Friendship Press. 48 p. 
©Friendship Press, Inc.; 6Mar68; 
DP6735 • 

DANGEROUS DECISION; or, The doomsday 
door, a one act melodrama for nine 
women by Verne E. Powers. 60 1. 
© Verne E. Powers; l8Jun68; DU71818. 



THE DARK AGENT, a play in three acts 
for movie or television with introd. 
by Jerry Jones. 85 1. © Jerry 
Jones; l6Feb68; DU70878. 
DARK HORSE, by Ray Buck (Raymond J. 
Buck, Jr.) 98 1. A play in 3 acts. 
©Raymond J. Buck, Jr.; 10Jun68; 
DU717tl. 

DARK HORSE FROM ILLINOIS, a three act 
play by Victoria A. Casey. 1 v. 
© Victoria A. Casey; 15Jan68; 
DU70538. 

DARKNESS WRAPS THE LIGHT; Rembrandt's 
story. A play by Alois Bauman 
(Joseph A. Bauman) 87 1. © Joseph 
A. Bauman; l6Feb68; DU708lO. 

DARLING I AM GROWING; or, Coal Mine 
Carrie comes through. A mod melo In 
two acts by Edward De Roo. 1 v. A 
play. © Edward John De Roo; 17Jun68; 
DU71815. 

DARLING, POOR DARLING, a play in one 
act by Ilya Bolotowsky, pseud, of 
Elias Bolotovsky. 11 1. © Ilya 
Bolotowsky; l8Mar68; DU71119. 

DAUGHTERS OF EVE, by Jessie Kirkwood. 
21 1. A play. © Jessie Kirkwood; 
3Jun68; DU71687. 

DAVID FRYE HITS WASHINGTON, a new 
comedy album written by Sam Bob- 
rick & Ron Clark (Ronald Clark) 
1 v. © Ronald Clark & Sam Bobrick; 
27Feb68; C20329. 

A DAY, A NIGHT & A DAY, an original 
play by Douglas C. Stewart. 95 1. 
3 acts. With music to 1 song. 
© Douglas C. Stewart; 25Mar68; 
DU71101. 

THE DAY IT RAINED FOREVER, a comedy in 

one act by Ray Bradbury. New York, 

S. French. 24 p. © Ray Bradbury; 
30Dec66; DP6678. 

THE DAY LITTLE BILLY BECAME WILLIAM, 
by Robert Peller. 4 p. © Portal 
Press, Inc.; Uan68; DP6666. 

DAYBREAK, an original story written & 
adapted for television by William A. 
Lee. 25 1. © William A. Lee; 
26Jan68; DU70679- 
DE L 1 EDUCATION. See 
TATA. 

DEADLINE UNKNOWN, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Emil C. Konvalin. 30 1. © Emil C. 
Konvalln; 17May68; DU71544. 

THE DEAF, by Jim Yeiser (James. Dudley 
Yeiser) 23 1. A play. © James Dudr- 
ley Yeiser; 22Decb7; DU70493. 

DEAR DAD, by John Carpenter. Sheet. 
© Neil Music, Inc.; 21Dec67; C20136. 

DEAR FRIENDS, a play by Reginald Rose. 
New York, Dramatists Play Service. 
58 p. 3 acts. © Reginald Rose; 
19Mar68; DP6639. 

DEAR NOBODY, a new play for one 

character from the diaries & letters 
of Fanny Burney by Terry Belanger & 
Jane Maria Robbins. 43 1. © Terry 
Belanger & Jane Maria Robbins; 
lApr68; DU71124. 

DEARIE, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Grace 
Bralnerd. 30 1. © Grace Brainerd; 
26Jan68; DU70673- 

DEATH, A MIME FOR BEARING, by Thomas 
Sullivan. 9 1. With music. 
© Thomas Sullivan; 13Feb68; DU70775. 

DEATH DURING THE TIDDLY HOUR, by Kent 
Kessinger. 42 1. A play. © Kent 
Kessinger; l8Jan68; DU70582. 



DEATH FROM THE STARS. 
LIFE FROM BEYOND. 



See 



DEATH IN XANADU, a play In three acts, 
seven scenes, three sets, six charac- 
ters by Edward Kinchley Evans. 
70 1. © Edward Kinchley Evans; 
3Apr68; DU71201. 
THE DEATH OF A POET IN SPAIN, a play 
in three acts by Stephen Hotchner. 

1 v. © Stephen Hotchner; 23Jan68; 
DU70624 . 

DEATH OF ALEXANDER, by Alvin M. 
Chester. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Alvin M. Chester; 19Mar68; 
DU71068. 
THE DEATH OF H. BARROW, a photoplay by 
Denny Goetz. 28 1. © Denny P. 
Goetz; 17Jun68; DU71799. 
THE DEATH OF J. K. ; compiled by W. N. 
Knight. 18 1. A dramatic reading. 
© William Nicholas Knight; 23Feb68; 
DU70823. 
THE DEATH OF NEILL CREAM, a play in one 
act by John Lewin. 29 1. © John 
Lewin; 26Feb68; DU70886. 
DEATH OF THE COLONEL, a play In one 
act by Robert S. Ross. 52 1. 
© Robert Stuart Ross; 19Apr68; 
DU71358. 

DEBT VALLEY DAZE. See 
THE RATFINK PLOT. 

THE DECISION (Die Entscheidung) 

An opera in three acts, libretto by 
Maurice Lindsay, music by Thea 
Musgrave. London, J. & W., Chester. 
47 p. Derived from a television 
play by Ken Taylor. Libretto. 
© J. & W. Chester, Ltd.; lDec-67; 
DFO-1601. 

DECODING FOR READING, by Garth McAuliffe. 
Units 1-31 ■ 1 v- Recording scripts. 
© Educational Development Corp . ; 
4Mar68; C20373. 
DEEP IN THE HEART OF, by Thomas D. 
Markley. 46 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Thomas D. Markley; 27Mar68; 
DU71140. 

THE DEER PARK, a play by Norman Mailer. 
New York, Dial Press. 191 p. 

2 acts. NM: addition. © Norman 
Mailer; 7Aug67; A985997. 

LA DEFAITE D'ANNIBAL, suivi de La ville 
au fond de la mer, de Thierry Maul- 
nier. [Paris] Gallimard. 232 p. 
© Editions Gallimard; 5Mar68; 
DF0-1599. 

EL DELFIN; guion cinematograf ice 
original de Faustino Gonzalez- 
Aller. 60 1. © Faustino Gonzalez- 
Aller; l4Feb68; DU70788. 

THE DELIVERANCE, a play in two acts by 
Peter Lane Stambler. 1 v. 
© Peter Lane Stambler; 17Apr68; 
DU71322. 

DELTA, an original screenplay by James 
Lichtenberg. 129 1. © James 
Lichtenberg; 6Mar68; DU70961. 

DEMAIN, UNE FENETRE SUR RUE, de Jean 

Claude Grumberg. 113 1. A play. 

© Jean Claude Grumberg; 25Apr68; 

DU71375 • 
DEMAND OF SPIRITUAL DISCOVERY. See 

HVA ANDELIG OPPDAGELSA KREVER. 

DENTAL- MAGIC, by Frieda B. Nager. 
4 1. © Frieda B. Nager; 8jan68; 
C20310. 

THE DESCENT, a musical, book, lyrics 
& music by Florence Jarratt. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Florence Jarratt; 16May68: 
DU71527. 

DESERT ANGEL, an historical drama in 
three acts by Bryant Moody. 135 1. 
© Bryant Moody; 27May68; DU71561. 



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11 



DESIGN FOR SUCCESSFUL SELLING IN DEPT. 
73, by J. C. Penney Co. 1 v. 
Dialogue. ©J. C. Penney Co., Inc.; 
13May68; C206C6. 

DESIGNS IN DRAMA, by Crosby E. Redman. 
Rev. ed. New York, Macmlllan Co. 
565 p. (Macmlllan literary heritage) 
© Macmillan Co.; 2Jan68; A976906. 

DESIRE WITHOUT FAITH. See 
A TIME NOT TO BE BORN. 

A DESPERATE CHOICE, a three-act play by 
John Fisher. 90 1. © John Fisher; 
l6May68; DU71587. 
DEVELOPING FUNDAMENTAL LANGUAGE 

PATTERNS . See 

THE VERB TO BE. 

THE VERB TO DO. 
THE VERB TO GO. 

THE VERB TO HAVE. 

THE VERB TO SAY. 

TOE VERB TO SEE. 

THE DEVIL MADE A LITTLE TOWN; original 
screenplay by David E. Durston. 
140 1. © David E. Durston; 27May68; 
DU71539- 
DI CHASENEH IZ NISHT FORGEKOOMEN, by 
Elie Wiesel. 17 1. A play. 
Title transliterated. Appl. author: 
Hadassah, employer 1'or hire. 
© Hadassah, the Women's Zionist 
Organization of America, Inc.; 
20Mar68; DU7I055- 

DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF THE CHILD 
WITH MINIMAL BRAIN DYSFUNCTION, by 
Sheldon R. Rappaport. 113 1. 
Lecture. © Pathway School; 3Jan68; 
020148. 
DIAGNOSTIC TEST, KIT 1. 2 sheets. 
A message. Appl. author: Borg- 
Warner Corp. © Borg-Warner Corp.; 
3Nov67; C20216. 

DIALOGUE FOR WOMAN AND TRUMPET, a play 
in one act by Robert Somerfeld. 
4 1. © Robert Somerfeld; HJan68; 
DU70507 . 

DIALOGUES, ROUTINES AND INTERVIEWS, by 
Gerald J. Rizzuto. 1 v. © Gerald 
John Rizzuto; llDec67; C20211. 

DIAMOND MINE; format for the radio 
program by Sidney I. Davidson, Jr. 
13 1. © Sidney I. Davidson, Jr.; 
l8Dec67; C20309. 

DIAMONDS MAKE A WOMAN, by Craig 

Modderno. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Craig Modderno; 23Feb68; DU7087O. 

DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT, a play 
in 4 acts by Ellen Stuart. 1 v. 
© Ellen Stuart; 24Apr68; DU7U95. 

DICKENS' CHRISTMAS CAROL. See 

THE LITTLE SHEPHERD; 'TWAS THE NIGHT 
BEFORE CHRISTMAS; THE ANIMALS' 
FIRST CHRISTMAS; DICKENS' CHRIST- 
MAS CAROL. 



DICTATION BY BELOVED ASCENDED JESUS 
CHRIST; APR. 10, 1966, CHICAGO, ILL. 
See 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED ASCENDED JESUS 
CHRIST. 

DICTATION BY BELOVED DADDY; FEB. 20, 
1966, CHICAGO, ILL. See 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED DADDY. 

DICTATION BY BELOVED DADDY; APR. 12, 
1966, CHICAGO, ILL. See 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED DADDY. 



DICTATION BY BELOVED ELOHIM ARCTURUS; 
JAN. 8, 1966, CHICAGO, ILL. See 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED ELOHIM 
ARCTURUS . 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MASTER SAINT 

GERMAIN; JAN. 9, 1966, CHICAGO, ILL. 

See 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MASTER SAINT 

GERMAIN. 

DICTATION BY BLESSED ASTREA; APR. 16, 
1966, CHICAGO, ILL. See 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BLESSED ASTREA; APR. 16, 
1966, CHICAGO, ILL. 
DICTATION BY BLESSED LANTO} DEC. 31 j 

1965, CHICAGO, ILL. See 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BLESSED LANTO. 

DICTATION BY GREAT BELOVED LORD OF 
MAHA CHOHAN; APR. 14, 1966, CHICAGO, 
ILL. See 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY GREAT BELOVED LORD THE 
MAHA CHOHAN. 

DICTATION BY MIGHTY BLESSED BELOVED 
SAINT GERMAIN; APR. 11, 1966, CHICA- 
GO, ILL. See 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY MIGHTY BLESSED BELOVED 
SAINT GERMAIN. 

DICTATION BY MIGHTY PRESENCE LISTENING 
ANGEL; APR. 15, 1966, CHICAGO, ILL. 
See 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY MIGHTY PRESENCE LIS- 
TENING ANGEL. 
DICTATION BY MIGHTY VICTORY; APR. 13, 

1966, CHICAGO, ILL. See 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY MIGHTY VICTORY. 

DID ANYONE HERE MURDER MAX? A play in 
two acts by John M. Grissmer. 1 v. 
© John M. Grissmer; l6Apr68; DU71364 . 



DID THEY LIVE HAPPILY EVER AFTER. 
THE INQUISITIVE FANTASY. 



See 



THE DINNER, by Steven Podowitz & 
William Weshta. 1 v. Play. 
© Steven Podowitz & William Weshta; 
20May68; DU71551. 



DINWTDDIE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 
THE LADY CONSENTS. 



See 



DIPPIN', CHEWIN' , ACID AND POT, by 
Junior Samples & Cliff Williamson. 
Sheet. Recitation. © Peach Music, 
Inc.; 3Jun68; C20645 . 

THE DIRECTOR; an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
Albert Grande. 47 1. © Albert 
Grande; 3Jun68; DU71666. 

DISPOSSESSED, a comedy in three acts 
by Lenny Lee Lussier (Leonard 
Lussier) 145 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 21Nov67, R422602. NM: rev. 
© Leonard Lussier; 8Jan68; DU70458. 

DISSENT, DISSENSION AND THE NEWS, by 
Daniel J. Boorstin. 14 1. Lecture. 
© Daniel J. Boorstin; 26Feb68; 
C20345. 

DISTRINPNETERI CON I FIGLI PLASTICI DI 
BUTIRRATO TENITE, by Eastman Chemical 
Products. 12 1. A motion picture 
script. © Eastman Kodak Co.; 
5Feb68; C20279. 

DISTRUZIONE TOTALE; originale tele- 
visio di Luigi Pellizzetti. 45 1. 
© Luigi Pellizzetti; 3Jun68; 
DU71646. 



DIURETIC THERAPY IN EDEMA, by Robert H. 
Seller. 1 v. Appl. tl.: Current 
therapy no. 2 diuretics. © Medl-Dlsc, 
Inc.; 2Feb68; C20305 . 

DIVYNYL, a screenplay by Rospo 
Pallenberg (Robert R. Pallenberg) 
128 1. © Robert R. Pallenberg; 
23Jan68; DU70629. 

DO-DAD, by Donald 0. Dyal, pseud, of 
Thomas Erskine Smith. 55 1. A 
musical play in 2 acts. Book only. 
© Thomas Erskine Smith; 29Jan68; 
DU70688. 

DO WHAT YOU WANT; words & music by 
Russell Turiak & Steve Verroca. 
Sheet. © Cougar Pub. Co.; 8Apr68; 
C 204 83. 
DOCTOR CLOTZER'S MAGIC POTION. See 
THE SCENT. 

DR. JEKYLL AND MR'. HYDE'. See 
HYDE'. 

THE DOCTOR SATD, SEX IS FOR EVERYBODY; 
play in three acts by Hyman Gold- 
stein. 1 v. © Hyman Goldstein; 
22Jan68; DU7o6o4 . 

THE DOCTOR'S ASSISTANTS, by David J. 
Kennedy. 32 1. A play. © David J. 
Kennedy; lFeb68; DU70711. 

A DOCTOR'S, THAT'S RIGHT, a comedy in 
three acts by Harriet Mohr. 1 v. 
© Harriet Mohr; 29May68; DU71618. 

DOES A GATOR CHOKE ON THE GRASS OF 
HUMAN KINDNESS; story & screenplay 
by Joe Greene. 60 1. (Concho 
County) Appl. author: Robert N. Sher- 
man a.k.a. Reed Sherman, employer for 
hire. © Robert N. Sherman; 29Mar68; 
DU71108. 

DOES ANYBODY WANT TO BUY A HYMNAL? 
By C. David Colson. 22 1. A play. 
© C . David Colson; l8Mar68; 
DU71060. 

THE DOG-GONE BOTTLE; screenplay for 
20 minute theatrical short by 
Vincente Morrone. 12 1. © Vincente 
Morrone; 2Apr68; DU71189. 

DOG, THE, MY, A, BOY, GIRL. 2 1. 
(Reading words in context, 2) A 
recording script. Appl. author: 
Borg-Warner Corp. © Borg-Warner 
Corp.; 3Nov67; C20417. 

DOGS, by Rhoda Hart. 4 1. A play. 
© Rhoda Hart; 12Jan68; DU70612. 

THE DOGS, by Wendell Metzger. 34 1. 
A play. © Wendell Metzger; 29Feb68; 
DU70875 . 

DOLL, BLUE, WALK, JUMP. 2 1. (Reading 
words in context, 6) A recording 
script. Appl. author: Borg-Warner 
Corp. © Borg-Warner Corp.; 3Nov67; 
C 204 13. 

DOLLS ROCKETS AND DRUG- See 
PUPE MISSILI E DROGA. 

DOM BARI, is a two hour teleplay by 
Victor A. Pompilio. 51 1. © Victor 
A. Pompilio; 19Feb68; DU70832. 

EL DOMINIO DE LOS ESPIRITUS SOBRE LOS 
VIVOS; autor y adaptaclon de Jose 
Luis Sanchez. 49 1. © Jose L. 
Sanchez; 10Apr68; DU71313- 

DON JUAN IN HOSANNAH, by Peter Simon. 
105 1. A play. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 22Mar6l, DU52935. NM: revision 
& addition. © Peter Malvin Simon; 
6Mar68; DU70923. 

DON JUAN, 70, a comedy by Dimiter 
Inkiow. 91 1. 2 acts. Appl. ti.: 
Don Juan 1970. © Dimiter Inkiow; 
21Jun68; DU71846. 



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Jan. — June 



DON RODRIGO; opera in three acts & 
nine scenes, libretto by Alejandro 
Casona, pseud, of Alejandro Rod- 
riquez Alvarez; music by Alberto 
Glnastera. 32 p. Libretto. Appl. 
author: Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., em- 
ployer for hire of Hobart A. Spald- 
ing, translator. © Boosey & Hawkes, 
Inc.; 17Nov67; DP6579- 

DON'T DRINK THE WATER, a screenplay by 
Treva Silverman & Joan Rivers. 
Based on the play by Woody Allen. 
155 1. Appl. states: play prev. pub. 
120ct67, DP6548. © Edgar Rosenberg; 
7Jun68; DU71768. 

DON'T I KNOW YOU FROM SOMEWHERE? 
A one -act play by Jack Krentzlln 
(Julius A. Krentzlln) 28 1. © Julius 
A. Krentzlln; 17May68; DU71541. 

DON'T STEAL MY LOVE, MY LOVE, a 
farce-comedy, an original screen- 
play by Richard K. Morgenstern. 
94 1. © Richard K. Morgenstern; 
12Jan68; DU70559. 
DON'T TAKE IT LYING DOWN, a comedy in 
three acts by Mattie Lamb Curtis. 
102 1. © Mattie Lamb Curtis; 
10Apr68; DU71259. 

DOOMSDAY DOOR. See 
DANGEROUS DECISION. 

THE DOORMAN, a play by Keith Charles. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Keith Charles; 
19Jun68; DU71828. 

DOOR'S OPEN. See 
ROY'S CORNER. 

DOPE, a one-act drama by Maryat Lee. 
Rev. & rewritten. New York, S. French. 
26 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
23Apr51, DU27425 & prev. pub. 
21Apr55, DP1408. © Maryat Lee; 
19Jul67; DP6676. 

THE DORM, by William F. Schohl. 

100 1. A play in 2 acts. © William 
F. Schohl; 6jun68; DU71714. 

I'S, by Buddy Jisi 
(Vincent Jisi) 78 1. A play. 
© Vincent Jisi; 23Feb68; DU70867. 

DOWN BEAT; an original play in one act 
by Jo Anne McKnight. 15 1. ©Jo 
Anne McKnight; 24Jun68; DU71854. 

DOWN COMES KITTY, a play in three acts 
by Dennis Lee Galling. Microfilm. 
© Dennis Lee Galling; l?Nov67; 
DU70395 . 

DOWN NORTH, a one act play by S. Lee 
Regberg. 1 v. © Scott Lee Regberg; 
17Jun68; DU71800. 

DRACULA, a musical comedy. Book 8: 
lyrics by Edwin Dulchin, music by 
Michael Valenti. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book only. © Edwin Roy Dulchin; 
4jun68; DU71696. 
DRACULA, a rock musical by Nancy Fales 
(Nancy Fales Martin) 62 1. 
6 scenes. Dramatization of the 
Bram Stoker novel. Book & lyrics 
only. © Nancy Fales Martin; 
17Apr68; DU71361. 
DRAFTEE'S DILEMMA, by Helen Emma 
Roberts. 3 sheets. © Helen Emma 
Roberts; 7Mar68; C20402. 
DRAKE IN THE PACIFIC, a dramatic adven- 
ture of the seas In two acts, four 
scenes by C. James Cook. 93 1. 
; C. James Cook; 19Feb68; DU7O833. 

DRAMA IN THE WESTERN WORLD; 9 plays 
with essays by Samuel A. Weiss. 
D. C. Heath. 506 p. NM: editorial 
compilation. © D. C. Heath & Co., 
a division of Raytheon Education 
Co.; 9Apr68; A995426. 



DRAMA IN THE WESTERN WORLD; 15 plays 
with essays by Samuel A. Weiss. 
D. C. Heath. 79 1 * P- NM: editorial 
compilation. © D. C. Heath & Co., 
a division of Raytheon Education 
Co.; 9Apr68; A993855 . 

DRAMATIC SCENES, by Jack Kant ( Jacob 
Kant) 88 p. © Jack Kant; 27Feb68; 
A999323 • 

DRAPED IN THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE, 
lyrics & music by K. Fred Newton. 
Sheet. © Twenty Grand Music, divi- 
sion of Broadcasting Services, Inc.; 
3Apr68; C 20477. 

DRAUSSEN VOR DER TOR, eln Stiick, das 
kein Theater spielen & kein Publikum 
sehen will von Wolfgang Borchert, 
edited by Erich G. Budde. Waltham, 
Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. 105 p. 
5 scenes. English & German. NM: 
introd., notes & vocabulary. 
© Blaisdell Pub. Co., division of 
Ginn & Co.; 2Feb68; A985932. 

THE DREAM, by William John Watkins. 
77 1. A play in 2 acts. © William 
John Watkins; 5Mar68; DU70957 . 

DREAM CANTATAS, a play in two acts by 
Mildred Wiackley. 1 v. © Mildred 
Louise Wiackley; 19Jun68; DU71826. 

DREAM LADY, an original comedy- fantasy 
with an abundance of lyrics & musi- 
cal score by William Kranz. 59 1. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 230ct64, DU61494. 
NM: additions. © William Kranz; 
8Apr68; DU71197. 

THE DREAMER, by Michael Daniels. 73 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Michael Daniels; 
31May68; DU71634 . 

[DRILL TAPES PROGRAM OF AUDIO REIN- 
FORCEMENT FOR MODERN MATH] By 
International Teaching Tapes. 1 v. 
© International Teaching Tapes, Inc.; 
l8Apr68; C20509. 

DROOPY, DROWSY DRAGON; lesson ho.l by 
Victoria Danner Hartfield. 11 1. 
(Hello echo series) A television 
script. © Victoria D. Hartfield; 
7Dec67; C20198. 

DRUG ABUSE IN AMERICAN SOCIETY, an 
address by Albert Sattin. 7 1. 
© Albert Sattin; 9May68; C20554 . 

THE DRUG SET, by Ralph Luce & Kent 
Osborne (Kenneth Osborne) 169 1. 

A screenplay. © Ralph W. Luce & 

Kenneth Osborne; 29Mar68; DU71199. 

DRUM MAJOR INSTINCT; sermon by Martin 
Luther King, Jr. 13 1. © Estate 
of Martin Luther King, Jr.; 6May68; 
C20551. 

THE DRUMMER, a play by James Woodall. 
38 1. © James Woodall; 26Feb68; 
DU70883. 

DUCK, THE GARLIC'S FLYING, a musical 
comedy in two acts; book, words & 
music by Charles L. Torretta. 
47 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Charles L. Torretta; 4Mar68; 
DU71006. 



THE DUMMY, a play by Allda Sherman & 
Herbert Biberman. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Herbert Biberman & Alida Sherman; 
17Apr68; DU71326. 

THE DUN HE WENT LIKE A WOUNDED BUI , 
by Gus Weill. 1 v. 2 plays. 
© Gus Weill; 25Mar68; DU71102. 

THE DUNGEON, by W. Randolph Galvin, Jr. 
35 1. A play in 3 acts. © W. Ran- 
dolph Galvin, Jr.; 17Jan68; DU70526. 



THE DYNAMIC THEOLOGY OF SCIENTIFIC 
CHRISTIANITY. See 

A TEOLOGIA DINAMICA DO CRISTIANISMO 
CIENTIFICO. 

DYNAMICS OF EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION, 
a workshop by R&D Associates. 1 v. 
©R&D Associates; 21Feb68; C2O339. 



E.S. PEEP, a one act play by Leon 
Wlttack. 26 1. © Leon Wittack; 
6Feb68; DU70741. 

EXP, by Jiml Hendrlx. Sheet. © Sea- 
Lark Enterprises, Inc. & Yameta Co., 
Ltd.; 19Jan68; C20277. 

EAGLES ARE FOR FLYING, a play in three 
acts by Muriel & Lorene Kramer. 
1 v. © Muriel Kllse Kramer & Lorene 
Lois Kramer; 12Jun68; DU71730. 

EARLY TO BED. See 

THE PAISLEY CONVERTIBLE. 

EAST OF SULU; or, From Hell to Hong 
Kong. Original screenplay by Ken 
Loring, pseud, of Kenneth W. 
Wenning. 163 1. © Ken Loring; 
15Mar68; DU7IO36. 

EAST OF THE SUN AND WEST OF THE MOON, 
a musical fantasy for children by 
Michael Brill. 53 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Michael Brill; lApr68; 
DU71123. 

THE EASTER CHALLENGE, by Albert Ben 
Stroud. 32 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Albert Ben Stroud; 13Jun68; 
DU7177 1 * . 
EASTER PROGRAM BUILDER, NUMBER 12; 
recitations, exercises, plays, read- 
ings, songs; compiled by Grace Ram- 
quist. Kansas City, Mo., Lillenas 
Pub. Co. 32 p. Appl. authors: 
Eleanor Pankow & Samuel H. Cox. 
NM: text & 3 new composition. 
© Linneas Pub. Co. registered trade 
name of Nazarene Pub. House; Uan68; 
A975448. 

EASY SLEAZY' S HOUSEKEEP SERVICE, by 
Rhoda Hart. 4 1. A play. © Rhoda 
Hart; 4Mar68; DU70934 . 

ECHO FROM TWO RIVERS, a musical 

comedy in three acts by M. Loretta 
Dietz & Mary Belle Doty. 2 v. 
© M. Loretta Dietz & Mary Belle Doty; 
HJan68; DU70528. 

EDUCATION, THE ESSENCE OF DEVELOPMENT, 
by Bernardo F. Grossling. 9 1- 
© Bernardo F. Grossling; 7Mar68; 
C20391. 

EDWARD THE MEAT EATER AND OTHER PLAYS, 

by Carolyn Vines. 1 v. © Carolyn 

Vines; 5Jun68; DU71703. 
EIGHT STAGES IN THE DIS- CONTINUOUS 

LIFE OF WOMEN. See 

EIGHT STAGES OF A WOMAN'S LIFE. 

EIGHT STAGES OF A WOMAN'S LIFE 

(The e'ight stages in the dls-contlnu- 
- ous life of women) By Prlscllla 
Jackson. 21 1. A script. © Pris-" 
cllla Jackson; 5Feb68; C2O315. 

THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY, by Anthony 
Caput!. D. C. Heath. 289 p. (Mas- 
terworks of world drama, vol.V) 
NM: editorial compilation. © D. C. 
Heath & Co., a division of Raytheon 
Education Co.; l8Mar68; A993854 . 

THE ELECTED; created & written by 
Joel Burns. 36 1. A screenplay. 
© Joel A. Burns; 13Dec67; DU70422. 

ELECTRA. See 
HAWK'S BROOD. 
ORESTES AND ELECTRA. 



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13 



THE ELECTRIC BOX, an original screen- 
play with music by Stephen Geller. 
§3 1. © Pequod Productions, Inc.; 
26Apr68; DU71344. 

ELEMENTARY STUDY SKILLS. 1 v. Record- 
ing scripts. Appl. author: Education 
Unlimited Corp. Appl. ti.: Study 
skills. © Education Unlimited Corp.; 
27May68; C20626. 

ELEVATOR. See 

THE LADY CONSENTS. 

THE ELF HIMSELF, by Kathie Taccolini 
(Kathleen Ann Taccolini) 15 1. 
A play. © Kathie Ann Taccolini; 
23May68; DU7I582. 

ELSIE, YOU'VE CHANGED! Book & lyrics 
by Stan Levin (Stanley D. Levin) 
1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Stanley D. 
Levin; 17Jun68; DU7l8l4. 

EMILY, the documentary of a soul, 
arranged & with dialogue by 
Evangeline Machlin. 32 1. 
3 pts. Based on the letters & 
poems of Emily Dickinson. © Evan- 
geline Machlin; 6May68; DU71457 . 

EMILY BRONTE. See 

AN EVENING WITH THE BRONTES. 

LES EMPAILLES; comedle en 1 acte de 
Jeannlne Worms, pseud, of Jeanine 
Metzger. 56 1. © Jeannlne Worms; 
25Apr68; DU71372. 

THE EMPEROR'S PAHADE; or, Our boy Dick, 
a three act play by Ronald L. Fair. 
101 1. © Ronald L. Fair; 13Jun68; 
DU71775. 
EN UN RINCON DE MI AMERICA, por 
Alejandro Vilela. 4 1. Radio 
play. © Alejandro Vilela; 4Mar68; 
EU7O898. 

THE ENCHANTED CIRCUS, by W. Bruester 
Lyerly. 1 v. A musical play. 
© W. Bruester Lyerly; 10Apr68; 
DU71260. 

THE ENCHANTED TOY SHOP, a play for 
children by Lucy Chase (Lucy Chase 
Stephenson) & Jim Bob Stephenson. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Lucy Chase Stephen- 
son & Jim Bob Stephenson; 6May6B; 
DU71459. 

ENCOUNTER AT TWIN RIVERS, by Gil 
Garcia (Gilbert Garcia) 29 1. A 
play. © Gil Garcia; 20Mar68; DU71070. 

ENCYCLICAL, by Neill DeWitt Hicks. 

19 1. A play. © Neill DeWitt Hicks; 
15Apr68; DU71299. 

THE END OF THE CIRCLE, a musical in 2 
acts, book & lyrics by Susan Kosoff, 
music by Jane Staab. 1 v. © Jane 
Staab & Susan Kosoff; l6jan68; 
DU70485 . 

ENGLISH DRAMA IN TRANSITION, 1880-1920; 
edited by Henry F. Salerno. New York, 
Pegasus. 544 p. Appl. author: 
Western Pub. Co., Inc., employer for 
hire. NM: compilation, introductory 
material & bibliographies. © Western 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 26Feb68; Agg^O. 

THE ENLIGHTENMENT OF OTHERS BY WILL 
SKUFFEL, a play in two acts by 
Peter J. Smith. 122 1. © Peter 
Joseph Smith; 5Feb68; DU70732. 

ENTERING BEHAVIOR. 2 sheets. 

A message. Appl. author: Borg- 

Warner Corp. © Borg-Wamer Corp.; 

3Nov67; C20217. 
ENTSCHEJJJUNG. See 

THE DECISION. 



ERNIE'S STORY, by R. Jon Emr. 1 v. 

A play in 3 acts. © R. Jon Emr; 

5Jul68; DU71879- 
ES LA GENTE UN PROBLEMA PARA USTED? 

(Are people your problem?) Con- 

ferencia sobre la Ciencia Cristiana 

por Thomas 0. Poyser. 20 1. Appl. 

states prev. reg. 15Mar67, C19322. 

NM: translation. © Thomas 0. Poyser; 

29Jan68; C20235- 

AN ESKIMO NAMED JOE SIEGELMAN, by Abe 
Einhorn (Abraham Einhorn) 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Abe Einhorn; 
19Apr68; DU71355 . 

ESSENCE OF PITY, a drama in three acts 
by Francine Trevens. 66 1. 
© Francine Trevens; 4Mar68; DU70944 . 

THE ESTABLISHMENT, by J. S. Makom, 
pseud, of Joanna Schifalacqua. 
23 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© J. S. Makom; 26Feb68; DU70880. 

ESTHER SHORT; or, A heroic pioneer 
mother, by Hermine Duthie (Hermine 
Duthie Decker) 71 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Hermine Duthie Decker; 
l4Feb68; DU70789. 

THE ETHEREAL LINCOLN, by Dorothy Ward. 
5 1. A play in 5 acts. © Dorothy 
M. Ward; 28Feb68; DU70874 . 

EUGENE ONEGIN; opera in three acts, 
libretto from the poem by Alexander 
Pushkin, music by Peter I. Tchaikov- 
sky, English version by Donald 
Miller. 32 p. Libretto. © Donald 
Miller; 21Feb68; DP6683. 

AN EVENING WITH ARTEMIS SMITH, by 
Artemis Smith, pseud, of Anna Selma 
Vinje-Morpurgo. Brother Thanatos & 
others. 1 v. 5 plays. © Anna 
Selma Vinje-Morpurgo & Billie Taul- 
man; 4Apr68; DU71267. 

AN EVENING WITH MERLIN FINCH, a one 
act comedy by Charles Dizenzo. 
49 1. © Charles J. Dizenzo; 
27Mar68; DU71135. 

AN EVENING WITH THE BRONTES, by Norma 
Crandall. 1 v. A play. Appl. 
states dramatization of prev. pub. 
book, Emily Bronte. © Norma 
Crandall; 4Apr68; DU71169. 

EVERYMAN, by Elliot Fried. 34 1. 
A play with music in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Elliot 
Fried; 29Apr68; DU71341. 

EVERY MAN HIS HOUR, a three act play 
by Jo Ann Huff, pseud, of Jo Ann 
Huffstutler. 123 1. © Jo Ann 
Huffstutler; 21May68; DU71566. 

EVERYBODY CRIES IN APRIL, a musical in 
three acts, book & lyrics by Gary 
Roth, music by Vincent Sgro. 1 v. 
Includes music & lyrics for 6 songs. 
© Gary Roth & Vincent Sgro; 25Mar68; 
DU71043. 

EVERYBODY'S SWINGIN' . Sheet. Radio 
script. Appl. author: Gray & Rogers, 
Inc. © Gray & Rogers, Inc.; 10May68; 

c 20570. 

EVERYTHING IN THE GARDEN, a play by 
Edward Albee from the play by Giles 
Cooper. 197 1. 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 20Dec67, DFI903. 
NM: adaDtation. © Edward Albee; 
22Apr68; DU71293- 

EVERYTHING IN THE GARDEN, by Giles 
Cooper. 3 acts. (In New English 
dramatists, 7. Harmondsworth, 
Middlesex, Penguin Books. 
p.[141]-22l) © Giles Cooper; 
210ct63; DF1903. 



EVIL UNDER THE STARS, a play in three 
acts by Claire Carroll & Thomas 
Carroll: 1 v. © Claire Carroll & 
Thomas E. Carroll; 27May68; DU71648. 

THE EVOLUTION OF MAN, by Bert Haberer. 
5 1. © Bert Haberer; 6May68; 

020547. 

EXCEPT YE BECOME, a Christmas play by 
Helen Sloan Ginsburg. 6 1. © Helen 
Sloan Ginsburg; 5Jaji68; DU70450. 

THE EXECUTIVE, by Frank Pinchak 

(Seymore F. Pinchak) 36 1. A play. 
© Frank Pinchak; 4jun68; DU71693. 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. Program 1-2. 
2 v. 2 recording scripts. Appl. 
author: Executape Systems, Inc. 
© Executape Systems, Inc.; 15May68; 
C20588-20589. • 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES; program 3, by 
Executape Systems. 1 v. Recording 
script. ©Executape Systems, Inc.; 
10Jun68; C20670. 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES; program 10, by 
Executape Systems. 1 v. Recording 
script. ©Executape Systems, Inc.; 
10Jun68; C20671. 

AN EXERCISE TO PROVIDE AUDITORY 
TRAINING ON THE SOUNDS OF SHORT 
E AND SHORT I, by Regina C. Tyler. 
7 1. 6 parts. © Regina C. Tyler; 
260ct67; C20143. 

AN EXPLORATORY OPERATION, a play in one 
act by Jonathan F. Levy. 44 1. 
© Jonathan F. Levy; 27Feb68; DU70894 . 

EXPLORING CITY SOUNDS. See 
LET'S LISTEN. 

EXPLORING OUTER SPACE; an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Ramon Zamarripa. 31 1. 
© Ramon Zamarripa; 3Jun68; DU71680. 

EXPOSITORY ENGLISH II, a series of 
television lectures on English prose 
by Shaun O'Connell. 1 v. © Shaun 
O'Connell; LApr68; C20479. 

EXTRA- MUROS; ou, Avec un peu d' imagina- 
tion. Par Raymond Devos. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Raymond Devos; lljan68; 
DU70621. 

EXTRA-SENSORY PERCEPTION: A KEY TO HIGH 
LEVEL COMMUNICATION; lecture written 
by Lee Halperin. 10 1. © Lee 
Halperin; 13Mar68; C20407 . 

EXTRANEOUS PRESSURE POTENTIAL OF 
DISASTER, by Bert Haberer. 3 1. 
© Bert Haberer; 6May68; C20546. 

EYE OF THE STORM, a play in 3 acts by 
David S. Lifson. 72 1- Appi. 
states prev. reg. as Children at 
the White House. NM: revision & 
expansion. © David Lifson; 8Jan68; 
DU70514. 

EYE WITNESS: REPORT OF AN ASSASSINATION; 
scrint and graphics adapted from 
Twenty days by Dorothy Maeerve Kun- 
hardt and Philip B. Kunhardt, Jr. by 
Janet Bolton. 46 1. A play. © Jan- 
et Helen Bolton; 20Jun68; DU71834. 



A FABLE, by Ralph Scholl. (In First 
stage, fall 1967, p. 177-186) Appl. 
states prev. reg. 27Sep65, DU64244. 
© Ralph Scholl; 22Jan68; DP6617. 

FABLES & VAUDEVILLES 5: PLAYS; theatre 
more-or-less at random by Norman D. 
Dietz. Richmond, John Knox Press. 
176. NM: compilation & addition. 
© Norman D. Dietz; 2Apr68; A984251. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan. — June 



THE FACE OF VIOLENCE, an essay with a 
play by J. Bronowskl. Cleveland, 

I Pub. Co. 166 p. NM: -addition. 
. Bronowskl; lMayo7 ; A976O06. 
FACE WORTH SAVING. See 

YOU MAY WELL BE THE MAN WHO LIVES 
FOREVER BUT JUST IN CASE YOU DON'T. 

FACES, by Norman Kline. 1 v. 16 plays. 
©Norman Kline; 10Jun68; DU71784. 

FACES; T.V. sketch by Sybil Kein, 
pseud, of Consuela M. Provost. 
8 1. © Consuela M. Provost; 
25Mar68; DU7H68. 

2-0UTS, by Firefly, pseud, of Bertha 
. eese. 4 1. 4 scripts. 
Contents: 1. Saturn bit. — 2. Actress 
being interviewed. — 3. The Firefly 
bit. — 4. Flight school. © Bertha B. 
Zeese; 21Feb68; C2O338. 
THE FAIR MAID OF THE WEST, pts. 1 & 2 
by Thomas Heywood, edited by Robert K. 
Turner, Jr. Lincoln, University of 
Nebraska Press. 213 p. (Regents 
Renaissance drama series) MM: introd., 
annotation & compilation. © Univer- 
sity of Nebraska Press; 21Mar68 (in 
notice: 1967); A980302. 
FAIRY TALES MY MOTHER NEVER TOLD ME. 
See 

OH: GODMOTHER! 
FAITH, HOPE, AND CHARITY; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Louis Romolo Mllio. 31 1 
© Louis Romolo Milio; 3Jun68; 
DU7l66l. 
THE FAITHFUL FRIEND, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Phyllis Parker. 31 1. © Phyllis 
Parker; 26Jan68; DU70671. 
FALLOUT. See 

SHELTERCYCLE. 
THE FAMILY CROWN PRINCE, a one hour 
teleplay by Victor A. Pompilio. 
59 1. © Victor A. Pompilio; 14Feb68; 
DU70782. 
(A FAMILY DINNER) See 

SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS. 
FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION: DATING AND. SEX 
BEHAVIOR - ADOLESCENCE, by F. R. 
Wake. 1 v. A talk. © McGraw-Hill 
Co. of Canada, Ltd.; lApr68; C20465. 
FAMILY LIFE ENRICHMENT PROGRAM. See 
RESPONSIBLE FAMILY PLANNING. 
FAMILY REUNION. 20 1. A play. Appl. 
author: Second City, Inc. © Second 
City, Inc.; 17Jan68; DU70573. 

THE FAMOUS HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF KING 
HENRY THE EIGHTH, by William Shake- 
speare; general editor, Louis B v 
Wright, assistant editor, Virginia A. 
LaMar. New York, Washington Square 
Press (W 0137) 1 v. (The Folger 
Library general reader's Shakespeare) 
5 acts. NM: introd., notes & compi- 
lation of illus. ©Washington Square 
Press, Inc.; 15Feb68; A99899U. 

FANNY KEMBLE, HER LIFE, HER LETTERS; 
compiled for an evenigh's entertain- 
ment by Eugenia Rawls (Eugenia Rawls 
Seawell) 251 1. © Eugenia Rawls 
Seawell; 19Feb68; C20395. 

FANTASY, by Tobi Louis. 24 1. 
A play. © Tobi Louis; 29Mar68; 
DU71160. 

FANTASY IN FILM; talk prepared by Cecile 
Starr (Cecile Starr Boyajlan) 12 1. 
© Cecile Starr; 31Jan68; C20282* 

FAR AWAY FROM HOME, by Rick Opalach 
(Frederic Chopin Opalach) 66 1. 
A play. © Frederic Chopin Opalach & 
Patricia Ellen Opalach; 25Jan68; 
DU70703. 

FAR FROM THE IRT; or, Blowing up. An 
original screenplay by Stephen R. 
Wlnsten. 133 1. © Stephen R. 
WInsten; 29May68; DU71625 . 



FAR ROCKAWAY. See 

THAT SUMMER, THAT FALL & FAR 
ROCKAWAY. 

A FAREWELL TO JANUS, a play in three 
acts by Delane Morgan. 90 1. 
© Delane Morgan; lApr68; DU7II77. 

THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER, a play in verse 
by William M. Barrett. 34 p. 2 acts. 
© William M. Barrett; l4Nov64; DP6717 . 

FASHION, a musical comedy, book k 
lyrics by Scot Paxton, based on a 
play by Anna Cora Mowatt. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. MM: 
rev. text 8: new musical material. 
© Scot Paxton; 12Apr68; DU71284. 

FATHER ABRAHAM, by Regina H. Maltz. 
169 1. A play in 3 acts. © Regina 
H. Maltz; l6Jan68; DU70552. 

FATHER ANTHONY, THE SON OF MARY, 
a one hour teleplay by Victor A. 
Pompilio. 44 1. © Victor A. 
Pompilio; l4Feb68; DU70791- 

FATHER UXBRIDGE WANTS TO MARRY, a play 
by Frank Gagliano. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service. 47 p. 
Includes lyrics & music to 1 song. 
Appl. states prev. reg. HAug67, 
DU69390. NM: addition & revision. 
© Frank Gagliano; 4 Mar 68; DP6618. 

FATHERHOOD, by Michael H. Caven. 

Sheet. © Michael H. Caven; 23Feb68; 

c 203 93. 



FATIMA, a murder in two acts by 
Mell Lazarus (Melvin Lazarus) 
1 v. © Mell Lazarus; 29Jan68; 
DU70689. 

FATS AND FRYING, by Richard T. Keating. 
4 1. Lecture. © Richard T. Keating; 
20Jun68; C20695. 

THE FEAST OF TSOURRIS, a one act play 
by Marcia Savin. 16 1. © Marcia 
Savin; 23Feb68; DU70873. 

THE FEATHER PARTY, by J. Herbat. 77 1. 
A play in 4 acts. © Jennie Herbst; 
4jan68; DU70827. 

FEIS, a musical comedy, an original 
book by James J. Rush. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Back to the future, 29Aug67, 
DU69619. NM: revision. © James J. 
Rush; 15Jan68; DU70542. 

THE FESTIVAL SHAKESPEARE LOVE'S LABOR'S 
■ LOST. With an essay on the direction 
of the play by Gerald Freedman. New 
York, Macmillan. 205 P- (The New 
York Shakespeare festival series. 
Bernard Beckerman & Joseph Papp, ed- 
itors) 5 acts. NM: pref., additions. 
©Macmillan Co.; 26Apr68; A990299. 

LA FIACA, a play in two acts by Ricardo 
Talesnik. 1 v. © Ricardo Talesnik: 
21Feb68; DU7085I. 
LA FIESTA, a play in three acts by 
Ernesto Fuentes . 1 v. English. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as La loca. 
NM: revision. © Ernesto D. Fuentes; 
5Mar68; DU71024. 

FIFTH PSALM OF SAINT CARROL, by 

St. Carrol, pseud, of Carrie Rasin. 
Sheet. Lecture. © Carrie Rasin; 
29Mar68; C20469. 

UN FIL A LA PATTE; comedy in three 
acts by Georges Feydeau. 1 v. 
English. Appl. author: John D. 
Mitchell. © John D. Mitchell; 
9Jan68; DU70442. 

FIL A LA PATTE. See 
LOVE ON THE RACK. 



THE FINAL, FINAL SOLUTION, a two act 
play by Gus Weill. 1 v. © Gus 
Weill; 3Apr68; DU713J4 . 

FINN AND HADDIE ADVENTURES; 3 acts 
1/2 hour TV series by Mark Hallsman, 
pseud, of Mark D. Jamison. No 1 
DU7i43f. Mark D - Jamlson ; 2May68;' 

FIRE AND ICE, three Icelandic plays by 
J6hann Sigurj6nsson, David Stefansson, 
& Agnar Th6rdarson, with introductions 
by Einar Haugen. Madison, University 
of Wisconsin Press. 266 p. (The 
nordlc translation series) Appl 
author: University of Wisconsin Press, 
employer for hire. © on English 
translation of The wish & Atoms and 
madams; Regents of the University of 
Wisconsin; 8jul67; A995081. 

FIREBIRD LEADS THE FIELD; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. Pt.l. 
17 1. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 9May68; 
C20557 . 

THE FIREFLY BIT. See 
FADE-OUTS . 



THE FIREPLACE, an original screenplay 
by Carl Clark. 84 1. © Carl Clark; 
25Jan68; DUTO653. 

THE FIRST DAY, a musical; book & lyrics 
by Frederick Piatt. 138 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Frederick Piatt; 
19Apr68; DU71359. 

FIRST FROST OF AUTUMN. See 
WO SEASONS. 

[FIRST NATIONAL RADIO MUSIC TEST] By 
Capital Cities Broadcasting Corp. 
1 v. © Capital Cities Broadcasting 
Corp.; 3May68; C20541. 

THE FIRST PART OF KING HENRY THE 
SIXTH, by William Shakespeare; 
edited by David Bevington. Bal- 
timore, Penguin Books. 131 p. 
(The Pelican Shakespeare, AB 34) 
5 acts. NM: new ed. © Penguin 
Books, Inc.; 20Jun67 (in notice r 
1966); A961997. t 

FISHERMAN FRED AND THE FRISKY FISH; 
program no. 4 by Victoria Danner 
Hartfield. 9 1. (Hello echo series) 
A television script. © Victoria 
Danner Hartfield; 7Dec67; C20201. 

THE FIVE BABY MATERNITY CASE, by Loney 
Lewis. 9 1. Play. © Loney Lewis; 
4jun68; DU71690. 

FIVE FLOORS DOWN, a suspense play in 
three acts by Edward Sefton Porter. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 72 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; HApr68; DP6655 . 

[FIVE FRENCH PLAYS FOR CHILDREN] By 
Hermlne de Magnln. Saint Louis & 
others. 1 v. © Hermine de Magnln: 
23Apr68; DU71387. 
5 MODERN ENGLISH PLAYS, by Thomas R. 
Gorman. New York, Macmillan Co. 
534 p. (Pageant of literature) 
NM: compilation, introd. ... & 
glossary. © Macmillan Co.; 31Dec66; 
A976908. 

FIVE ONE ACT PLAYS, by Murray Schisgal. 
Dramatists Play Service. 109 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 24Aug65, 
DP5848. NM: additions & revision. 
© Murray Schisgal; 10May68; DP6713- 

THE FIXIT MAN, HIS SON, AND HIS SON, 
a comedy in three acts by Edward R. 
Weingold. 88 1. © Edward R. Wein- 
gold; 4Mar68; DU70941. 



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THE FLAG, a one act entertainment by 
Bink Noll (Lou B. Noll) 21 1. 
© Bink Noll; 28Mar68; DU71153. 

FLAGS, by Walton Multer. 41 1. A play 
In 2 scenes. © Walton Multer; 
23Jan68; DU70628. 

FLESH AND BLOOD, by William Hanley. 
New York, Random House. 114 p. 
5 scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
22Aug66, DU67045. © William Hanley; 
29Jan68 (in notice: 1966 & 19-68); 
DF6644. 

FLICK, a unique & exciting quiz game 
show by Bruce Kerr. 25 1. Televi- 
sion script. © Bruce Kerr; 24Jun68; 
DU71858. 

FLIGHT INTO EGYPT, a play in one act by 
Beatrix Carter. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) 11 1. 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 20Dec67; 
DF1908. 
FLIGHT SCHOOL. See 
FADE-OUTS . 

FLORA FLAMINGO; program no. 2 by Victoria 
Danner Hartfield. 10 1. (Hello echo 
series) A television script. 
© Victoria Danner Hartfield; 7Dec67; 
C20199. 

FLORENCE, a screenplay by Milton 
Marcus. 73 1. © Milton Marcus; 
29May68; DU71619. 

A FLOWER IS TO REMEMBER, a play by 
Pete Shrode (D. A. Shrode) 113 1. 
3 acts. © D. A. Shrode; 6May68; 
DU71486. 

THE FLOWER PEOPLE, a musical play, 
story by Abe Abramson, music & 
lyrics by Hal Abramson. 71 1. 
3 acts. Book only. © Abe Abramson; 
29Mar68; DU71162. 
FLOWERS ON FIFTH AVENUE, by Carla 
Joseph. 78 1. A screenplay in 
63 scenes. © Carla Joseph; 
20Mar68; DU71071. 

FLUCHT AUS DEM SPIEL; Spiel in fiinf 
Bildern von Nikolaj Terlecky, aus 
dem Tschechischen ubertragen von Paul 
Kruntorad und E. Leupold-Lowenthal . 
[Austria] Universal Edition (14711) 
112 p. NM: German translation. 

Universal Edition, A.G.; 2Aug67; 
DFO-I587 . 
THE FLY IN THE WINE GLASS, a play in 
two acts by Dennis Holt. 63 1. 
© Dennis Holt; l6Feb68; DU70812. 

THE FLYING LEVIATHAN, by Betty Burns. 
1 v. A screenplay. © Betty Irene 
Burns; 30Apr68; DU71416. 

FOCUS ON SEX; three one-act plays by 
John Thor Newlander. 69 1. Contents: 
Office holiday. — The arrangement. — 
Teachers' holiday. © John Newlander; 
4Mar6S; DP6653. 
THE FOLDER MAN, by Rhoda Hart. 
5 1. A play. © Rhoda Hart; 
29Jan68; DU71216. 

FOLLOW THE LEADER, a musical drama in 
two acts, adapted from The man that 
corrupted Hadleyburg, by Mark Twain, 
book & lyrics by George C. Terrell. 
28 1. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 2Nov66, DU67284 . 
© George C. Terrell; 15Jan68; 
DU7C534 . 

FOLLOW-THROUGH; recording script for 
J. I. Case Co. by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 21 1. © J. I. Case Co.; 
9May68; C 205 67. 

FOR GOD AND COUNTRY AND MISS CORRINE, 
by David Shumaker. 18 1. A play. 
© David Shumaker; 23Feb68; DU70926. 



FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE, by William L. 
Koressel. 25 1. A screenplay. 
© William L. Koressel; 27Mar68; 
DU71143. 

FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE, SWEENEY, by Sal 
St. John Buttacl (Salvatore Buttacl) 
121 1. A play in 3 acts. © Sal- 
vatore St'. John Buttacl; 26Mar68; 
DU71131- 

FOR TEACHERS ONLY; script by Frank 
Edward Wright. 1 v. 10 parts. 
© Frank Edward Wright; 4Jan68; 
C20151. 

FOR THE TIME BEING; Christmas oratorio 
for soloists, narrator, mixed chorus 
& orchestra by Marvin David Levy, 
German translation by Suzanne Szekely. 
Boosey & Hawkes. 216 p. 8 pts. 
From the poem by W. H. Auden. English 
& German. Vocal score. Appl. states 
prev. pub. HNov59, DP3902. NM: 
revision. © Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 
13Dec67; DP6643. 

FOR THE YOUNG LOVERS, a choral reading 
by Bill Comeau. Downers Grove, 111., 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc. 16 p. 
Appl. author: Arthur Meriwether, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc.; lFeb68; DP6659. 

FOR WHAT HIS HANDS HAVE DONE, by 

Margaret Bantz Paul. 21 1. A screen- 
play. © Margaret Bantz Paul; 
26Mar68; DU71132- 

THE FOREST OF ARDEN, a play In one 
act & an epilogue by Bruce Kessler. 
14 1. © Bruce Kessler & Marc 
Kessler; 9Jan68; DU70475. 

THE FOREST QUEEN, a three act play in 
iambic pentameter by Art King 
(Arthur H. King, Jr.) 150 1. 
© Arthur H. King, Jr.; 6Feb68; 
DU70744 . 

FOREVER WOMAN, a dance drama, libretto 
by Margaret Trusler Fisher, 
choreography by Martha Cornick. 
18 1. Book & lyrics only. © Margaret 
Trusler Fisher & Martha Cornick; 
2Mar68; A978827. 

FORTY CARATS, by J»o, Presson Allen. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. lMay67, DU68866. 
NM: revision & adaptation into 
English. © Jay Presson Allen & Jay 
Presson Allen & Robert H. Montgomery, 
Jr., trustees under agreement; 
24Apr68; DU71391- 

THE FOUNTAIN OF LOVE, a comedy in four 
scenes by Madison L. Goff & Dean M. 
Dorn. 156 1. © Madison L. Goff & 
Dean M. Dorn; 15Apr68; DU7I3O3. 

FOUR COMEDIES, by John Drvden; edited 

by L. A. Beaurllne & Fredson Bowers. 

Chicago, University of Chicago Press. 

367 p. (Curtain playwrights) NM: 

Introd., notes, commentary, editing. 

© University of Chicago; 27Feb68 (in 

notice: 1967); A974919. 
THE FOUR FATES OF BARNEY TELLER, a play 

in six scenes by Barry N. Schwartz. 

54 1. © Barry N. Schwartz; 23May68; 

DU71581. 

FOUR O'CLOCK CHILDREN, a musical play 
for children, story & lyrics by 
Arnold Falleder, music by Robert 
Miles. 2 v. © Robert Miles 8: 
Arnold Falleder; 15Apr68; DU71309. 
FOUR TRAGEDIES, by John Dryden; edited 

by L. A. Beaurline & Fredson Bowers. 

Chicago, University of Chicago Press. 

412 p. (Curtain playwrights) NM: 

introd., notes, commentary, editing. 

© University of Chicago; 27Feb68 
(in notice: 1967); A974920. 



FREAKOUT - FREAK-IN; or, The mutation. 
By Garson Raye, pseud, of Robert D. 
Welnbach & Edward Mann. 128 1. 
A screenplay. © Robert D. Welnbach; 
27Feb68; DU70815. 

FREE AT LAST. See 

TRIBUTE TO DR. KING, FREE AT LAST. 

FREE MAINTENANCE. No.l. By Fred R. 
Becker. Sheet. Recording script. 
© Fred R. Becker Advertising Agency, 
Inc.; 23May68; C20616. 

FREE MAINTENANCE. No. 2. By Fred R. 
Becker. 4 sheets. Recording script. 
© Fred R. Becker Advertising Agency, 
Inc.; 23May68; C20618. 

FREE MAINTENANCE. No. 3. By Fred R. 
Becker. 4 sheets. Recording script. 
© Fred R. Becker Advertising Agency, 
Inc.; 23May68; C20615. 

FREE MAINTENANCE. No. 4. By Fred R. 
Becker. Sheet. Recording script. 
© Fred R. Becker Advertising Agency, 
Inc.; 23May68; C20617 . 

FREEDOM OF RELIGION IN AMERICA, by 
Amos G. Gaskln. 1 v. A play. 
© Amos G. Gaskin; 22Jan68; 
DU70682. 

FREEDOM'S PLEDGE, musical reading by 
Lona Mildred Hansen. Sheet. 
© Lona M. Hansen; 5Jan68; C20137. 

FREEWAY SONG, by Stephen John Kalinich. 
Sheet. ©Brother Pub. Co.; 24Jun68; 
C20684 . 

FRESH APPROACH TO HIGHWAY SAFETY. See 
THE ACTION PROGRAM WITH A FRESH 
APPROACH TO HIGHWAY SAFETY. 

FRIDAY'S CHILDREN, a play in seven 
scenes which take place in and near 
Bradford College by Mary Leckle. 
1 v. © Mary Leckle; 10Jan68; 
DU7O608. 

FROG, by James T. Richardson. 39 1- 
© James T. Richardson; 25Mar68; 
DU71100. 

FROM ADELE TO ZIZI, by Max G. Weine. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Max G. 
Weine; 21May68; DU71564. 

FROM HELL TO HONG KONG. See 
EAST OF SULU. 

FROM SLAVERY TO FREEDOM; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by John H. Kelly IV. 30 1. 
© John H. Kelly IV; 3Jun68; DU71672. 

FROM THE WOMB OF THE MORNING; film 
script by James Gay. 4 1. 
© James Paul Gay; 19Feb68; DU70801. 

FUCK IT. See 

YAH, FUCK IT AND CYCLE. 

FUGUE IN C FLAT, a play by Robert 
Shure . 1 v. Screenplay. in 2 acts. 
© Robert Shure; 4Apr68; DU71211. 

FULVTA, a trial in two acts by Fred 
Allender (Frederick John Allender) 
70 1. © Fred Allender; lMay68; 
DU71428. 

FUN ON BROAD STREET; written 8: produced 
by David S. Rubins. 9 1. 7 scenes. 
© David S. Rubins; 12Feb68; DP6608. 

THE FUNERAL, by Mary Eaton. 11 1. 
A play. © Mary Page Eaton; 23Feb68; 
DU70862. 

FUNNIN', a play in one act by Robert 
Somerfeld & Herbert Danska. 38 1. 
© Robert Somerfeld & Herbert Danska; 
l6Feb68; DU70811. 



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FUNNY MONEY, by Art Moger (Arthur 
I. Moger) & Allan Robinson. Sheet. 
Script. © Arthur I. Moger & Allan 
Robinson; lUan68; C20145. 

FURSTIN TARAKANOWA; oper in 3 Akten 
von Karl 0. Koch, Musik von Boris 
Blacher. Berlin, E. Bote & G. Bock. 
60 p. Libretto. © Bote & Bock: 
2Sep40; DF1913 • 

THE FUZZY GENERAL, a play in one act 
by Arthur Axelman. 18 1. © Arthur 
Axelman; 25 Apr 68; DU71400. 



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. . UR X-BEH'. See 
MONSIEUR G.A. 

GAME, a play by Benjamin Bradford. 
17 1. © Benjamin Bradford; 12Jun68; 
DU71758. 

A GAME OF SOL, a play in three acts by 
Jim Dilles. 1 v. © Jim Dilles; 
17Jun68; DU71804. 

THE GAME SHOW, by Stuart A. Gordon. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Stuart 
Alan Gordon; 12Apr68; DU71283. 

THE GAME THAT HAS NO NAME, a play in 
three scenes by Michael Braude. 
40 1. © Michael Braude; 12Jan68; 
DU70520. 

THE GAMES THAT LITTLE PEOPLE PLAY, by 
Donald R. Boyle. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Donald R. Boyle; 6Mar68; 
DU70965 • 

THE GAP, a discussion starter play by 
Bruce Bendinger. 7 p. Appl. author: 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 
15Aug67; DP6577. 

THE GARGOYLE OF THE GALAXIES. See 
ROCKET ROBIN HOOD. 

GAS MASKS, by Margretta Scott Lawler. 
23 1. A play. © Margretta Scott 
Lawler; 13Jun68; DU71780. 

THE GATEWAY TO A NEW LIFE, a Christian 
Science lecture by Naomi Price. 
Folder. © Naomi Price; 4Dec67; 
020273 . 

THE GATHERING, a play by Arnold Johnson. 
1 v. 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 17Nov67, DU70089. NM: revision 
& addition. © Arnold Johnson; 7Mar68 ; 
DU70971. 

GAY STREET, an original musical comedy 
in two acts by Milt Wisoff (Milton 
Wisoff) 1 v. Book only. © Milton 
Wisoff; 21Dec67; DU7O397. 

GEMS OF BURLESQUE, by Fred Tobias & 

Sherry Britton. 1 v. A play in 2 

acts. © Fred Tobias & Sherry 

Britton; 22Apr68; DU71380. 
GEOMETRIC PROGRESSION, a comedy in one 

act by Benjamin Bradford. 28 1. 

© Benjamin Bradford; 13Jun68; 

DU71772. 
GEORGE, a comedy in one act by Derek 

Hickman. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) 26 E. 

© Samuel French, Ltd.; 28Dec67; 

DF1910. 
GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER: PEANUT 

WIZARD, a three act play for children 

by F. Jacques Keeney, pseud, of 

Florence Jakes Keeney. 22 1. 

© Florence Jakes Keeney; 10Apr68; 

DU71253- 
GEORGE WASHINGTON ON THE PATHWAY TO 

LIBERTY. See 

PATHWAY TO LIEERTY. 



THE GERANIUM BOMB, a farce in three 
acts by Blake Leach & Martin MeKibbin. 
1 v. © Blake Leach & Martin MeKibbin; 
27Feb68; DP6620. 

THE GERBER FOLLOW-UP SYSTEM, by 

Mabel Gerber. 9 1. Lecture material. 
© Mabel Gerber; 13Nov67; C20135. 

GERMAN MUSIC TEACHER, by M. O'Shea. 
Sheet. A monolog. © Early Bird 
Music Pub. Co., Ltd.; 20May68; 
C20611. 

THE GHOST INVESTIGATORS; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Edwin J. Hoffart. 31 1. 
© Edwin J. Hoffart; 3Jun68; DU71676. 
THE GIFT; script, lyrics & music by 
S. Ruggieri. 1 v. A musical play. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 2<tJul67, 
DU69360. NM: entirely new with 
exception of the song Bye Laddie. 
© Samuel Ruggieri; 23May68; DU71586. 

THE GILDED YEARS; or, The pinnacle 
and the pit. By Susan Graham Erwin 
(Susan Graham Erwin Williamson) 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
©Mrs. Harold Williamson; 12Apr68; 
DU71239- 



GIN AND BRANDY, an original screen- 
play by Eileen Urban & Melinda Vadas. 
107 1. © Melinda Vadas & Eileen 
Urban; 24Jan68; DU70644. 



GIRL IN THE GREEN DRESS. 
TROMPE L'OEIL. 



See 



THE GIRL THAT WROTE ON THE WALL, by 
Harvey Paul Kaplan. 17 1. A play 
in 1 act. © Harvey Paul Kaplan; 
30Apr68; DU71337 . 

A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND, an original 
musical comedy, book & lyric by 
Bernard Matthew a.k.a. Bernard 
Matthew Ginsberg. 109 1. A play in 
2 acts. NM: addition & revision 
© Bernard Matthew Ginsberg a k a' 
Bernard Matthew; 30Apr68; DU71417. 

GIVE IT BACK TO THE INDIANS, by 
Pincus W. Tell. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Pincus W. Tell; 
l4Feb68; DU70790. 

GIVE IT TO THE GIRLS, by Pincus W. 
Tell. 1 v. Play in 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 3Jul46, 3911. 
NM: revision. © Pincus W. Tell; 
7Jun68; DU71723. 

GIVE US THIS DAY THE GOLDEN GATE, by 
Kent Kessinger. 41 1. a play. 
© Kent Kessinger; 22May68; DU71571. 

GOD IN HIDING, a one act play by Mar- 
gretta Scott Lawler. 15 1. © Mar- 
gretta Scott Lawler; 13Jun68; 
DU71778. 

GOD'S POWER AT HAND. See 

A DYNAME TOU THEOU EINAI PANTOTE STE 
DIATHESE MAS. 
KAKKAUN HANANB4. 

KAMI NO CHIKARA WA SUGU TEJIKANI. 
QUWAT ALLAH AL-HADIRAH. 
GOING UP, a love story in one act by 
Jeanne Marie Mallett. 23 1. 
© Jeanne Marie Mallett; 12Jan68; 
DU70515. 
GOLDEN AGE HOUR; 1 act, 3 scenes, 
book, lyrics & music by Ben Samberg 
(Benjamin Samberg) 4 1. © Ben 
Samberg; 5Jan68; BF6584 . 
THE GOLDEN APPLE; ballet in 3 acts, 
6 scenes, adapted from a Serbian 
fairy tale by Vuk St. Karadzich, 
music by Dusan Petrovich. 303 p. 
© Dusan Petrovich; !Mar68; DU71115. 



THE GOLDEN BEETLE, by Edward Moor, 
pseud, of Edward Kornberg. 82 1. 
A screenplay. Adapted from a story 
by Bruno Frank. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 24Mar66, DU65375- NM: revision. 
© Edward Kornberg; 16Jan68; 
DU70554 . 

THE GOLDEN DOLPHIN; created & written 
by Tom Gordon (Thomas Edward Gordon) 
lyrics & music by Tom Kelley. 
154 1. A screenplay. Book only. 
© Thomas Edward Gordon; 15Mar68; 
DU70993- 

THE GOLDEN EAR, a three act historical 
musical light opera by William Park 
Brazier, lyrics by William Park 
Brazier, music by Michael J. DeCozlo 
& William Park Brazier. 2 v. 
© William Park Brazier & Michael J. 
DeCozio; lFeb68; DU70712. 

THE GOLDEN EGG, by Irene Archer (Irene 
Archer Carr) & Leila Hall. 1 v. An 
operetta. © Irene Archer & Leila 
Hall; 23Apr68; DU71388. 

THE GOLDEN IMAGE, an Easter play in 
three acts by Rega Kramer McCarty. 
Winona Lake, Ind., Rodeheaver Co. 
18 p. ©Rodeheaver Co.; l6jan68; 
DP6593- 

THE GOLDEN RODS, by Marie Hall (Florence 
Marie Hall) 15 1. A play. • 
© Florence Marie Hall; 15May68; 
DU71484 . 

GOLDEN SEEDS WARPED BY GREED, a one 
hour teleplay by Victor A. Pompilio. 
30 1. © Victor A. Pompilio; 
l4Feb68; DU70783. 

THE GOLDEN SLIPPERS, a musical folk- 
play in two acts by Samuel J. Citron, 
music by David Diamond, based in part 
on Der Zivug by I. L. Peretz. New 
York, Friends of the Jewish Theatre 
for Children. 170 p. 2 acts. 
© on music; Friends of the Jewish 
Theatre for Children, Inc.; 20Jun67; 
DP6597. 

THE GOLDEN SLIPPERS, a musical folk- 
play in two acts by Samuel J. Citron, 
music by David Diamond, based in part 
on Der Zivug by I . L. Peretz. New 
York, Friends of the Jewish Theatre 
for Children. 170 p. 2 acts. 
© on play & lyrics; Samuel J. Citron; 
20Jun67; DP6596. 

THE GOLDEN TOUCH, a musical fantasy 
for children, book & lyrics by 
Michael Makman, music by Kay Hoglund. 
1 v. 2 acts. Freely adapted from 
Nathaniel Hawthorne's The golden 
touch. © Michael Makman & Kay C. 
Hoglund; l8Apr68; DU71331- 

GOOD COMMUNISTS, by Richard A. 
Geiselman. 9 1. A play. 
© Richard A. Geiselman; l4Feb68; 
DU70778. 

GOOD EVENING TO YOU ALL, by Lawton M. 
Whitely. 6 1. Lecture. © Lawton 
M. Whitely; 21Feb68; C20325 • 

GOOD OLD ALVIN, by Carmody Borshaw, 
pseud, of Harry Grabstald. 64 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Harry Grabstald; 
6Mar68; DU70964. 

THE GOOD SHIP HUMIDOR, a musical 
comedy by Newton Pashley. 2 v. 
© Newton Pashley; 2Feb68; DU7072O. 

THE GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK; dramatized 
from the novel by Jaroslav Hasek, 
written by Max Brod & Hans Reimann, 
rev. by Felix Gasbarra, Leo Lania, 
Bertolt Brecht & Erwin _Piscator. 
1968 adaptation by Phillip B. Rayher. 
95 1. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 19Jun35, D36013. © Phillip 
Brian Rayher; I4jun68; DU71734. 



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;:0DBYE, BEVERLY, by N. S. Robbins. 
31 1. A play. © N. s. Robbins: 
31May68; DU71631. 

THE GOVERNOR, a play by Jack Potter. 
Chicago [appl. states: Scotland], 
Broadway Book Store. 93 p. 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 27Feb64, 
DU59644. NM: revision & addition. 
© Jack Potter; 4jan68; DP6598. ; 

THE GRAB BAG, a play In one act by 
Robert J. J. Thompson. 38 1. 
© Robert J. Thompson; 28Jun68; 
DU71882. 

A GRAIN OF SAND, by Aspi M. Irani. 
108 1. A play. © Aspi M. Irani; 
28Jun68; DU71885. 

GRAND RE-OPENING, a one act play by 
William Earl Goebert. 27 1. 
© William Earl Goebert; 13Feb68; 
-~76. 

LE GRAND ZEBRE; comedie en trois actes 
by Jean-Jacques Bricaire & Maurice 
Lasaygues. 1 v. © Jean-Jacques 
Bricaire & Maurice Lasaygues; 20May68; 
DU71748. 

LA GRANDE FUITE, de Jean Bouchaud. 
142 1. A play In 2 scenes. © Jean 
Bouchaud; 25Apr68; DU71367. 

THE GRASS ISN'T GREENER, IT'S DEAD, 
by Andrea Karchmer. 66 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Andrea Rita Karchmer; 
11 Jan 68; DU70497. 

THE GRATEFUL GRIFFIN, a play for 
children by Phyllis McCallum. 
62 1. 3 acts. Includes music & 
lyrics to 3 songs. © Phyllis 
McCallum; HJan68; DU70499. 

GRAVE-DANCE, a play in 1 act by William 
E. Brennan. 24 1. © William E. 
Brennan; 21Feb68; DU70895 . 

GRAVEDIGGERS OF 1968, by Ray Hagen & 
Barbara Kan a.k.a. Barbara Kahanofsky. 
13 1. A play in 8 scenes. © Barbara 
Kahn 5: Ray Hagen; 23Feb68; DU70864 . 

THE GREAT ADVENTURE; written by Judy 
Reisman (Judith Reisman) 16 1. 
A play for television with music. 
Book & lyrics only. © Judith 
Reisman; l8Apr68; DU71268. 

THE GREAT AMERICAN HANG-UP, by Robert 
Crean. 154 1. Teleplay. Appl. 
author: AMA Productions, Inc., 
employer for hire. © AMA Productions. 
Inc.; 28May68; DU71548. 

THE GREAT CONSUMMATION, a play in two 
acts by Margaret Ann Opsata. 87 1. 
© Margaret Ann Opsata; 17Jan68; 
DU70566. 

THE GREAT ELEPHANT JOKE, by Amie 
Associates. 8 1. A tale. © Amie 
Associates, Inc.; 8Mar68; C20396. 

THE GREAT GINZBURG PLOT, a farce in 
three acts by David M. Spiegel. 
146 1. © David M. Spiegel; l8Mar68; 
DU71065. 

THE GREAT MAGILLA; screenplay by 
Ronald Fredric Rubens. 223 1. 
© Ronald Fredric Rubens; 24Jan68; 
DU70641. 

A GREAT SADNESS; screenplay by J. K. 
York, pseud, of Helen Fay Lubin 
Sholem. 91 1. © Helen Fay Lubin 
Sholem; 22Apr68; DU71378. 

THE GREAT SARDONO; screenplay by Harry 
Gondell. 130 1. © Harry Gondell; 
12Feb68; DU70817. 



THE GREAT SOCIETY, a comedy in two 
acts by William Austin. 167 1. 
© William Austin; 8jan68; DU70460. 

THE GREAT SOCIETY, a comedy of angels 
by Antoni Gronowicz. 1 v. 4 par- 
actions. © Antoni Gronowicz; 
10Jan68; DU70522. 

THE GREAT SOCIETY; a spectrum of 

American life, by Giuseppe Di Gioia . 
62 1. A play in 3 acts. © Giuseppe 
Di Gioia; 4jun68; DU71695. 

A GREAT SOLDIER BOY, by Woodie Lee 
Gipson, Jr. Sheet. Monolog. 
© Woodie Lee Gipson, Jr.; 3Jun68; 
C20621. 

THE GREAT WHITE HOPE, by Howard Sack- 
ler. 105 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Howard Sackler; 23Feb68; DU70889. 

THE GREEK GOVERNOR, a play in one act 
by Robert Kornfeld. 19 1. © Robert 
Kornfeld; 5Mar68; DU71023- 

GREEK MYTHOLOGY SERIES. See 

WHY WE STUDY IT; ORIGINS OF THE GODS; 
THE OLYMPIC GODS, PT.l. 

GREGG TYPING TAPES: FUNDAMENTALS OF 
PRODUCTION. By Robert L. Grubbs. 
1 v. Recording scripts. © McGraw- 
Hill, Inc.; 2Feb68; C20276. 

GRIF AND THE UNICORN, a fantasy play 
in three acts by Steve Chapman 
(Steven Alan Chapman) 47 1. 
© Steven Alan Chapman; 6May68; 
DU71456. 

LE GROS GATEAU, by Jeannine Worms, 
pseud, of Jeannine Metzger. 41 1. 
A play. © Jeannine Worms; 20May68; 
DU71747. 

THE GROWNUPS, by Thomas W. Phipps. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Thomas 
W. Phipps; 6Jun68; DU71712. 

THE GULF OF CRIMSON, a short play by 
Stephen Levi. 25 1. © Stephen 
Levi; l4Feb68; DU70785. 

GULLIVER, a musical play for children, 
book & lyrics by Jean Anne Lustberg 
music by Guy Wood. New York, Chap- 
pell & Co. 32 p. 4 scenes. 
© Chappell & Co., Inc.; 22Apr68; 
DP6663. 

THE GURU OF GRAFFITI, a play in one 
act by Thomas F. Spinelle. 1 v. 
© Thomas F. Spinelle; 19Jan68; 
DU70590. 
GYPSY ADVENTURE, an original musical 
gypsy folk tale for children, music 
by Patrick Nugent, book & lyrics by 
Peggy Simon. 1 v. 2 acts. © Peggy 
Simon & Patrick Nugent; 28Feb68; 
DU70911. 



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H2OLLYWOOD; drama of the swimming 
pool business by Robert Milton 
Luippold. 1 v. 7 scenes. © Robert 
Milton Luippold; 4jan68; DU71220. 

HADRIAN THE SEVENTH, by Peter Luke. 
[London] 2 acts. (In Plays & 
players, May 1968, p. 27-42) © Peter 
Luke; l6Apr68; DFI915 . 

EL HAJJ MALIK, a play about Malcom X by 
N. R. Davidson, Jr. 49 1. English. 
© N. R. Davidson, Jr. & Ruth J-. 
Stubblefleld; 2Jan68; DU7075I. 

HALF HOSS, HALF ALLIGATOR, the story 
of Mike Fink; book, music, lyrics 
by Florence Jarratt. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Florence Jarratt; 
2Jan68; DU70433. 



HALF-LIGHT, a radio play by Leo Gold- 
man. 61 1. © Leo Goldman; 24Jun68; 
DU71855- 
HAMLET. See 

THE RED PENCIL. 

HAND IN HAND, by Gladys Foster & Allan 
Rieser. 1 v. A play In 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 2Apr65, 
DU62682. NM: revisions. © Gladys S. 
Foster & Allan Rieser; 4Mar68; 
DU71007. 

A HANDFUL OF DUST, a play in seven 
scenes by Noel Lester 8: Dianne Coy. 
141 1. © Noel Lester & Dianne Coy; 
HJan68; DU70501. 

THE HANDWRITING ON THE WALL, THE SOUNDS 
OF GRAFFITI! By Thirteen Productions. 
28 1. Script. © Thirteen Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 10Jun68; C20672. 

HANKY-PANKY, a play in two acts by 
Alfred Aiken. 1 v. © Alfred Aiken; 
20Feb68; DU70842. 
HANSEL AND GRETEL, an old tale newly 
told by Glenn Allen Smith. 52 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Glenn Allen 
Smith; 8Apr68; DU71195 . 

HANSEL AND GRETEL, an opera in two 

acts, music by Engelbert Humperdinck, 
libretto by Adelheid Wette, trans- 
lated & adapted by Norman Kelley. 
New York, Boosey & Hawkes. 36 P- 
Libretto. © Norman D. Kelley; 
2Nov67; DP6623. 

THE HAPPENING, a modern message-play 
in one act by Harold Gregory. 20 1. 
© Harold Anthony Gregory; 2Nov67; 
DP6610. 

A HAPPENING ON THE RIVER, an original 
musical sketch portraying the 
history of Wisconsin women, written 
by George Vukelich. 11 1. © Wiscon- 
sin River Development Corp.; 
4Mar68; C20364. 

THE HAPPINESS TREE, a Christmas 

operetta for the primary grades by 
Grace Harrington. 1 v. © Grace 
Harrington; llApr68; DU71276. 

HAPPY FAMILIES. See 
THE BEST BIRTHDAY. 

HAPPY HAVENS OF WILDLIFE, THE ZOOMING 
ZOOS OF AMERICA; text of Marion 
Dix's lecture. 16 1. ©.Marion Dix; 
15May68; C2O586. 

THE HAPPY HOUR, by Richard Magnani. 
272 1. A screenplay. © Richard C. 
Magnani; 21Mar68; DU71079. 



HARD SELL STEAMSET COMMERCIAL, by Po- 
peil Brothers, Inc. Sheet. Script. 
© Popeil Brothers, Inc.; 21Jun68; 
C20700. 

THE HARD WAY, a musical play by 
Evelyn C. Sutton. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Evelyn Sutton; lMar68; DU70919. 

HARDSHIPS, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Gloria 
P. Snyder. 30 1. © Gloria P. 
Snyder; 10Apr68; DU71264. 

THE HARDTOP RUG, by Bill Nicholai, 
pseud, of Wilbur N. Squier. 15 1. 
A play. © Wilbur N. Squier; 
l4Dec67; DU70454. 

HARRY'S NIGHT OUT; in one act by John 
Crennan. 32 1. A play. © John 
Crennan; 12Jun68; DU71757. 

HAS ANYONE HERE SEEN EARNEST? Music, 
lyrics & book by Richard S. Doering; 
orchestration by Thomas Madden. 
113 p. Adapted from The importance 
of being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde. 
© Richard S. Doering; 29Dec67; 
DU70420. 



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HASTY NYMPH. See 
BEANIE. 

HATHA YOGA, by Harl Anderson (Harry D. 
Anderson, Jr.) 13 1. Recording 
script. © Harry (Hari) D. Anderson, 
Jr.; 6Jun68; C20659. 

THE HAUNTED ASTEROID. See 
ROCKET ROBIN HOOD. 

A HAWK WILL FLY, an original story & 
screenplay by Robert A. Madero. 
79 1. © Robert Anthony Madero; 
29May68; DU71621. 

HAWK'S BROOD, by Marie Starr. 60 1. 
A play. An adaptation of Electra of 
Euripides. © Marie Starr; 5Mar68; 
DU70900. 

HE BELONGS TO THE AGES, a play in 
three epochs by Edward Thomas Foley. 
87 1. © Edward Thomas Foley; 
8jan68; DU70463. 

HE WEARS MANY HATS & YOU CAN'T FLY BY 
THE SEAT OF YOUR PANTS; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 17 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 9May68; C20563. 

HEADS OR TAILS; a one act fantasy by 
David Lloyd. 9 1. © David D. T. 
Lloyd; 20Jun68; DU71837. 

THE HEART IS KING, an historical 
incident in three acts by Franklyn 
MacGregor, pseud, of Eugene R. 
Black, Jr. 1 v. © Eugene R. Black, 
Jr.; lApr68; DU71205 . 

HEAVEN AND ITS WONDERS AND HELL, a 
film script by Will Lee Doyle, 
pseud, of William A. Doyle. 
83 1. Based on the book by Emmanuel 
Swedenborg. © William A. Doyle; 
17Jan68; DU70606. 

HEAVEN'S WITHIN, a musical comedy in 
two acts by Elizabeth L. Glen. 
72 1. Book Sc lyrics for 1 song. 
© Elizabeth Louise Glen; l8Mar68; 
DU71009. 

HELLO, DOLLY! Book by Michael Stewart, 
music & lyrics by Jerry Herman. 
Based on The matchmaker, by Thorton [sic] 
Wilder. DBS Publications. 116 p. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Mi- 
chael Stewart & Jerry Herman; 3May68 
(in notice: 1966); A991956. 

HELLO OUT THERE; chamber opera in one 
act, music by Jack Beeson, text 
adapted from the play by William 
Saroyan. New York, Mills Music. 
64 p. Vocal score. © Mills Music, 
Inc.; 15Sep60; DP6586. 

HELP; an original story written & 
adapted for television by M. E. 
Scanlon. 30 1. © M. E. Scanlon; 
3Jun68; DU71664. 

HELP WANTED: FEMALE, by Arlouine Good- 
John (Arlouine Good John Wu) 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts . © Arlouine Good- 
John; 27May68; DU71603. 

THE HELPER, by Ed Bullins . 24 1. 
© Ed Bullins; 21Mar68; DU7IO81. 

THE HELLS OF DANTE, a new play by 
Harry Granick. 1 v. 3 acts 
© Harry Granick; 9Apr68; DU71247. 

THE HEN PARTY AT THE PUMP, by Kent 
Kessinger. 1 v. A play. © Kent 
Kessinger; l8jan68; DU70579. 

HENRY IV. See 

TRAGEDY, HISTORY AND ROMANCE. 

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART ONE, by William 
Shakespeare; general introd. by 
David G. Pitt; Archibald Young, 
introd. New York, Airmont Pub. Co. 
143 p. (Airmont Shakespeare classics 
series, 518) NM: art work & introd. 
©Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 24Jul67; 
A960025 . 



HENRY IV, PART ONE; edited, introduced 
8: with facing-page notes by Edmund 
Fuller. New York, Dell Pub. Co. 
(4106) 317 p. (Invitation to Shake- 
speare) (The Laurel-leaf library) 

5 acts. NM: introd., annotation, 
bibliography. © Edmund Fuller; 
l8Jan68; A998982. 

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART TWO, by William 
Shakespeare; general introd. by 
David G. Pitt; Zoe Girling, introd. 
New York, Airmont Pub. Co. 155 P- 
(Airmont Shakespeare classics series, 
519) NM: art work & Introd. © Air- 
mont Pub. Co., Inc.; 24Jul67; 
A960026. 
HENRY VI. See 

THE FIRST PART OF KING HENRY THE 
SIXTH. 

THE SECOND AND THIRD PARTS OF KING 
HENRY THE SIXTH. 

HENRY VI, PART THREE, by William 

Shakespeare, edited by Milton Crane. 
New York, New American Library. 
224 p. (Signet classic Shakespeare, 
CT383) NM: introd., compilation & 
editorial notes. © Milton Crane: 
21Mar68; A983927. 
HENRY VIII. See 

THE FAMOUS HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF 

KING HENRY THE EIGHTH. 
THE LIFE OF KING HENRY THE EIGHTH. 

HER IMAGINARY MAN, an irreverent 
comedy by Elaine Siebert. 1 v. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book 

6 lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 10Jan63, DU59226. NM: revision 
& additions. © Elaine May Siebert; 
27Feb68; DU70958. 

HER MAJESTY'S COW, written by Harry A. 
Brauch. 44 1. Screenplay. Based on 
an AP news release, Liverpool, Eng., 
Jan. 17, 1956. © Harry A. Brauch; 
10Jun68; DU71628. 

HER OPPOSITE NUMBER, a play in five 
acts by L. & M. Bush-Fekete. 119 1. 
© Leslie Bush-Fekete & Mary Bush- 
Fekete; l8Mar68; DU71117- 

HERE COME THAT JUDGE; words & music by 
Nils R. Salminen. Sheet. Recitation. 
©Nils R. Salminen; 5Jul68; C20704 . 



HERE WE ARE, ALONE TOGETHER. 
THE PEANUT BAG. 



See 



HEROIC PIONEER MOTHER. See 
ESTHER SHORT. 

HEY CLOWN, WHERE'S YOUR FUNNY HAT? By 
■Scott Marlowe. 160 1. A screen- 
play. © Scott Marlowe; 28Feb68; 
DU70910. 

HEY, LIFEGUARD, a 14 week summer 
special for television by Sandy 
Schaffer (Sanford Schaffer) 
Episode no.l: The secretaries. 
62 1. © Sandy Schaffer; 8Apr68; 
DU71194. 
THE HICKORY STICK, by Judith Morley 

Levitan. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 

© Judith Morley Levitan; 2Feb68; 

DU70718. 

THE HIDDEN FACES; or, Of man and 

woman, love and intrigue. By Irving 
Vendig. 1 v. 5 scripts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 30Aug66, DU66689. 
NM: revision. © Irving Vendig 
Associates, Inc.; 5Jan68; DU70449. 

HIDEAWAY SALOON, written by Billy H. 
Smith. Sheet. Narration. Appl. 
author: Wild Blue Music. © Wild 
Blue Music; 8jan68; C20154. 

THE HIDING PLACE, by Herb Blitzstein. 
107 1. A screenplay. © Herb 
Blitzstein; 13May68; DU71511. 



HIGH FLYING BIRD MEETS THE FANGED AND 
POISONOUS GOLDEN WHIP SERPENT; or, 
How would you like a great big kiss: 
A film by Milton Moses Ginsberg. 
85 1. © Milton Moses Ginsberg; 
10May68; DU71501. 

HIM. See 

THREE PLAYS AND A BALLET. 

DIE MMMELSMECHANIK; KompoBltlon mit 
Buehnenblldern von Maurlclo Kagel. 
[England] Universal Edition (I352O) 
9 P. Libretto & score. © Universal 
Edition (London) Ltd.; 6jul67; 
DFO-1574. 

HIPPIE LOVED GROOVTE; musical by Joe 

Yore. 1 v. © Joe Yore; llApr68; 

DU71277. 
HIRING A MAID, a skit by Vernon L. 

Trapp. 10 1. © Vernon L. Trapp; 

13Jun68; DU71770. 

HISTORY OF COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL 

DISTRICT NO. 4, ADAMS COUNTY, ILLINOIS, 
by Mildred Stelner Woods. 30 1. 
© Mildred Stelner Woods; 29Apr68; 

c 205 29. 

THE HOAX, by Kevin Davis. 107 1. 
A play. © Kevin Robert Davis; 
15Apr68; DU71305. 



THE HOBBY OF THE 94 TH STREET WEST, 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Edison Cable. 
30 1. © Edison Cable; 26Jan68; 
DU70677. 

HOLD THAT TIGER. See 
TIGER BY THE TAIL. 

HOLIDAY; 60-second radio spot. 

Sheet. Appl. author: Forest Lawn 
Memorial-Park Assn. © Forest Lawn 
Memorial-Park Assn.; 10Jan68; C20228. 

HOLY OLD GOPHER FACE, a one act play 
by Gilbert A. Gillespie. 30 1. 
© Gilbert Abraham Gillespie; 17Jun68; 
DU71797. 

HOLZMANN, by Lonnle Carter. 1 v. 
A play. © Lonnie Carter; 12Apr68: 
DU71288. ' 

THE HOME FRONT, by Ralph Accardo. 
1 v A play. © Ralph V. Accardo; 
7Jun68; DU71720. 

HOMETOWN SCRAPBOOK, by Bea K. Weather- 
wax. 1 v. © Marian J. Weatherwax; 
10Apr68; C20499. 

HONEST JOHN; book & lyrics by Landis 
Keith, pseud, of Edward Clarence 
Shepherd IV. Based on a story by 
C. P. Wear. 194 1. 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Edward Clarence 
Shepherd IV; 27Jun68; DU71831. 

HONK! HONK.' A play in three acts by 
K. Jones, pseud, of Rimsa Michel. 
98 1. Appl. states prev. reg. Apr.- 
May 1967, DU68817. NM: additions. 
© Rimsa Michel; 3Jun68; DU71684. 

HOPE OF THE WORLD; book & lyrics by 
Alfred Aiken, music by Vincent 
Holland. 2 v. A musical play. 
© Alfred Aiken & Vincent Holland; 
29Feb68; DU70916. 

HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL, by Elizabeth 
Gregory, pseud, of Elizabeth Gibson, 
Charles Bernard Gilford & Maurice 
Nugent. Kansas City, Mo., Play House. 
48 p. 3 acts. © Elizabeth Gregory; 
lDec64; DP6631. 

THE HOPPITY BUNNIES, by Leslie K. 

Glassberg. Sheet. Monolog. © Leslie 
K. Glassberg; 30Apr68; C20579- 



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HORATIO, a screenplay by Jesse Stone & 
Milton Bowser. 1 v. © Milton 
Bowser & Jesse Stone; 19Apr68; 
DP6723 . 
HOROSCOPE; or, Zodiac. An original 
musical comedy, book & lyrics by Ethel 
Lazarus Slegel. 26 1. 2 acts. 
Book Sc lyrics only. © Ethel Lazarus 
Siegel; 25Feb68; DU70826. 

HORRORS OF PEACE. See 
THE PIANO TUNER. 

THE HORSE OF TROY, by Mary Moore. 1 v. 
Script. © Mary Moore; 13Jun68; 
C20681. 

HOT, COLD, BLACK, YELLOW. 2 1. 
(Reading words in context, 10) A 
recording script. Appl. author: 
Borg-Warner Corp. © Borg-Warner Corp. 
3Nov67; C20409. 
THE HOUR OF DESTINY, by Oliver Sanford 
Wright. 94 1. A play in 4 acts. 
© Oliver Sanford Wright; 29Jan68; 
DU70686. 

THE HOUSE AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD, by 
Sheila Coutts Sofian. 24 1. 
A play. © Sheila Coutts Sofian; 
13Mar68; DU71019. 

HOUSE DETECTIVE, an original story 
written 8c adapted for television 
by Sylvio B. Troianello. 31 1. 
© Sylvio B. Troianello; 26Janoo; 
DU70676. 

THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES, by John 
Guare, music & lyrics by John Guare. 
1 v. 2 acts. © John Guare; 15Jan68; 
DU70&83. 

HOW COURTLY LOVE CAME TO GALINGALE IN 
FRIAR TOM'S RELIC BAG AND DEPARTED 
SURREPTITIOUSLY ON HORSEBACK, by 
Polly R. Swensen. 87 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Polly R. Swensen; lMar68; 
DU70918. 

HOW DID IT HAPPEN? Musical comedy in 
three acts by Carmen Dell, pseud, of 
Salvatore Del Sesto. 103 1. Based 
on Tartuffe, by Moliere. © Carmen 
Dell; 24Apr68; DU71392. 

HOW DO YOU SEE YOURSELF? A Christian 
Science lecture by Georgina Tennant. 
Folder. © Georgina Tennant; 4Dec67; 
C20269. 

HOW PEOPLE COMMUNICATE; film script by 
William R. Sears. Apr. 1, 1967. 
1 v. © Sears & Co.; 22Jan68; C20229. 

HOW PETER COTTONTAIL GOT HIS NAME, 
by Susan Lang. 7 1. © Hill & 
Range Songs, Inc.; l8Apr68; C20531. 

HOW SECURE ARE YOU? A Christian 
Science lecture by Paul K. Wavro. 
4 p. © Paul K. Wavro; 29Feb68; 
C20450. 

HOW SOFT, HOW GENTLE, MY WIFE'S 
CARESSING HANDS. See 
COMEDY '68. 

HOW TO BE A GRADUATE; program no. 3 by 
Victoria Danner Hartfield. 8 1. 
(Hello echo series) A television 
script. © Victoria Danner Hartfield; 
7Dec67; C20200. 

HOW TO BE HAPPY WHILE BREATHING, by 
Irving Vendig. 129 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Irving Vendig Associates, 
Inc.; 17Jun68; DU71813- 
HOW TO CREATE CRIMINALS AND INCREASE 
THE CRIME RATE, by Charles Thomas. 
7 1. A play. © Charles Thomas; 
8jan68; DU70461. 

HOW TO HELP THE CUSTOMER; recording 
script for National Gypsum Co. by 
Jam Handy Organization. 36 1. 
© National Gypsum Co.; 9May68; 
C20562. 



HOW TO KEEP SHEEP WITHOUT GETTING 
SHEARED. See 
LAMBS TO THE SLAUGHTER. 

HOW TO STOP SMOKING IN THE SELF- HEALTH 
SERIES, by Jo Coudert. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Jo Coudert; 
2Feb68; C20298. 

HOW WE MAY HELP, by Henry May, Jr. 
3 1. © Henry May, Jr.; lMar68; 
C20371. 

HOW WOULD YOU LIKE A GREAT BIG KISS. 

HIGH FLYING BIRD ME3TS THE FANGED 
AND POISONOUS GOLDEN WHIP SERPENT. 

THE HUB, by Brandon James, pseud, of 
Margaret J. Collins. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Margaret (Brandon 
James) Collins; 2Jan68; DU70432. 

HUDSON'S BAY MAN; script for an histori- 
cal musical play about Dr. John 
McLoughlin . . . based on the historical 
drama Sitkum Siwash by Helen Krebs 
Smith, edited & adapted by Helen K. 
Smith & Harriet L. Smith. 40 1. 
2 acts. Book only. Appl. states 
prev. reg.' as Sitkum Siwash, 6Feb68, 
DU67791. NM: revision & addition. 
© Helen Krebs Smith & Harriet Louise 
Smith; 3Jun68; DU71593- 

HUGGER-MUGGER OVER $1.67, a comedy in 
three acts by Edward Sherby. 1 v. 
© Edward Sherby; 5Feb68; DU70726. 

A HUNDRED DIFFERENT WAYS TO ESCAPE, 
a musical tale by Sidney Lippman. 
17 p. © Sidney Lippman; 9May68; 
DU714-90. 

THE HUNDRED HELLS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 
by Richard Doane Blinn, pseud, of 
Richard Cadwell Pheatt. 8l 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Richard Cadwell 
Pheatt; 19Jan68; DU70824. 

HUNGULA CHEECH; created & written by 
Gene T. Montefiore. Hungula Cheech 
at the annual AA meeting & Hungula 
Cheech at the half-time pep talk. 
1 v. © Gene T. Montefiore; 4Jan68; 
DU70483. 

HUNGULA CHEECH AT THE ANNUAL AA MEETING. 
See 
HUNGULA CHEECH. 

HUNGULA CHEECH AT THE HALF-TIME PEP 

TALK. See 

HUNGULA CHEECH. 
HUNTER AND THE BIRD. See 

WAR AND FOUR OTHER PLAYS. 

HURRICANE, by Wandell Allegood. 8 1. 
A recording script. © Wandell 
Allegood; 15May68; C20585 . 

HURRY, HARRY, HURRY, a study in non- 
social drinking by Dave Koretz (David 
Koretz) 36 p. (Plays for reading) 
3 acts. © David Koretz; 4Apr68: 
A983686. 

HYDE; book by Nikolas Dante, pseud, of 
Ronald Morales, music by Addy Fieger 
(Adeline Fiezer, Adeline Fieger), 
lyrics by Caryl Young, pseud, of 
Caryl McEwen. 1 v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. Based upon Dr. Jekyll and 
Mr. Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson. 
© Adeline Fieger, Caryl Young & Nick 
Dante; llMar68; DU70948. 



HYPERTHYROIDISM, by Ralph A. Shaw, 
lecturer. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Medi-Disc, Inc.; 2Feb68; C20290. 

HYPOCRITE. See 
LE TARTUFFE. 



I 



I BELIEVE YOU, MR. KARMIKEL, by Henry 
Philler. 31 1. A play. © Henry A. 
Philler; 19Jan68; DU70591. 

I CAN DO IT ALONE, a discussion 

starter play by Arthur L. Zapel, Jr. 
8 p. Appl. author: Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 15Aug67; 
DP6576. 

I CAN NO LONGER STAY WITH YOU, a screen- 
play by Adam Crane (Richard C. Crane) 
& Donald Hastings. 123 1. © Adam 
Crane & Donald Hastings; 15Jan68; 
DU70544. 

I COULDA, I WOULDA, I SHOULDA, a comedy 
by Irving Gaumont. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Irving Gaumont; 31May68; DU71630. 

I GIVETH AND GIVETH, a new comedy in 
two acts by Phoebe & Henry Ephron. 
1 v. © Henry Ephron & Phoebe 
Ephron; 6May68; DU71458. 

I HEAR YA KNOCKIN' BUT YA CAN'T COME 
IN, a play with music by Chris 
Longo. 96 1. 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Chris Longo; 
15Feb68; DU7082I. 

I KNEW MISS KEARNEY, by Anne Walpole. 
80 1. A screenplay. © Anne Walpole; 
20Jun68; DU71832. 

I KNOW YOU DON'T WANT TO STOP, AND 
IT MAY JUST BE MY LUNATIC TIC, BUT 
DIDN'T THAT SIGN BACK THERE SAY 
USED CARS FOR SOLE (sic) (sic) See 
THE RESIDENT ASSASSIN. 

I MISS YOU WHEN YOU'RE HERE, a play by 
Lee Leonard. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Lee Leonard; 6Mar68; DU70960. 

I NEVER FOUND AN EASTER EGG, a play in 
two acts by G. E. Newman. 56 1. 
© Gladys Eloise Newman; 13May68; 
DU71508. 

I SHOULD BREAKFAST IN BED WITH A NYMPH, 
a play in one act by Stanford Kopit. 
38 1. © Stanford Kopit; l8Mar68; 
DU71061. 

I THOUGHT YOU'D NEVER ASK; an original 
screenplay (comedy) by William Case. 
83 1. © William Richard Case; 
10Jun68; DU71740. 

I WISH I COULD SEE WHERE I WERE GOING; 

another satirical revue of life and 

the church by James C. Huffstutler. 

1 v. With music. Appl. states prev. 

reg. as Issues of import, 1962. 

© James C. Huffstutler; 5May68; 

DP6714. 
I WISH I HAD A RECORD, a record for 
mothers and their young by Judith 
Sobel Peck. 6 1. Script. © Judith 
Sobel Peck; 13Feb68; C20313. 

IBID, by Jeannette Clift. 44 1. 

A play. © Jeannette Clift; 7May68; 
DU71471. 
IDEAL STRUCTURED READING TAPES. See 

BLENDS AND DIGRAPHS. 

CLASSIFICATION - OPPOSITES - SEQUENCE. 

INITIAL AND FINAL CONSONANTS. 

READING - WRITING READINESS. 

SYLLABLE RULE, ACCENT CLUE. 

VOWELS. 

WORD BUILDING. 



IDEAS, KEY TO CREATIVE SELLING; record- 
ing script for J. I. Case Co. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 24 1. © J. I. 
Case Co.; 29Jan68; C20251. 



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IDEAS, KEY TO CREATIVE SELLING; record- 
ing script for J. I. Case Co. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 20 1. ©J. I. 
Case Co.; 29Jan68; C20255 . 

THE IDIOT SAVANTS, a play by Alex 
Byron, pseud, of Alex Schwartz. 
42 1. 10 scenes. © Alex Byron; 
21May68; DU71562. 

IDYLLS OF THE KING; selections, by 
Alfred Lord Tennyson. Camelot; book 
& lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by 
Frederick Loewe. Based on The once 
and future king, by T. H. White. Ed- 
ited, with an introd. & notes by Al- 
lan Knee. New York, Dell Pub. Co. 
(3948) 255 P- (Laurel-leaf library) 
Appl. author: Dell Pub. Co., Inc., 
employer for hire. NM: introd. & 
notes. ©Dell Pub. Co.; l6Feb67; 
A998993. 

IF IS A CROOKED LETTER, by John David 
Fitzgerald, Jr. 21 1. A play. 
© John David Fitzgerald, Jr.; 
17Jun68; DU7l8l6. 

IF NANCY HANKS CAME BACK AS A GHOST. 
See 

RAHAM LINCOLN - THROUGH ALL THE 
YEARS . 
IF YOU KNEW SU2IE. See 

SU2IE RAPER, CATTLE QUEEN. 

IF YOU WERE ONLY RICH, HARRY, a one 
act play written by Burton Snyder. 
16 1. © Burton Snyder; 20Feb68; 
DU70841. 

:ATZIAD. See 
THE ASSUALT OF EVEREST. 

IL EST ARRIVE; variation sur un tres 
vieux theme de Miodrag Bulatovic; 
traduite du serbo-croate par Claude 
Bailly. Paris, Editions du Seuil. 
136 p. 3 actes. ©Editions du 
Seuil; 30Sep67; DFO-1579. 

I'LL NOT STUDY WAR NO MORE, by Saint 
Carrol, pseud, of Carrie Rasin. 

oof, et i-o Lect r^- ® Carrie Rasin; 
29Mar68; C20468. 

I'LL SAVE YOU AS IF YOU WERE MY OWN 
FLESH. See 
THE CONQUEROR. 

I'M COMING HOME, by Dorothy Norwood. 
Sheet. NM: addition. © Herman 
Lubinsky d.b.a. Planemar Music Co.; 
l4Mar68; C20424. 

I'M NOT AFRAID OF FRIDAY; synopsis of 
a screenplay by Margaret W. Buchen. 
77 1. © Le Doux Corp.; 30Apr68; 
DU71538. 

I'M OLSON, YOU'RE KRIBBEL! A screen- 
play by Joe Singer (Joseph Singer) 
121 1. © Joseph Singer; T7Jun68; 
DU7l8c6. 

I'M REALLY HERE. See 

WAR AND FOUR OTHER PLAYS. 

::0RRY, I'LL READ THAT AGAIN; 
transcribed from a recording by radio 
direction telediphone unit by Oddie 
Garden, pseud, of Bill Oddie. 1 v. 
S British Broadcasting Corp.; 
9Feb68; C20307. 

IMAGE; an original shooting script & 
screenplay by Robert Carl Cohen. 1 
v. Book 8: lyrics only. © Robert 
Carl Cohen; 21Jun68; DU71788. 

TMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. See 
HAS ANYONE HERE SEEM EARNEST. 

THE IMPOSSIBLE ISLE, a musical fantasy 
for children of all ages in two acts. 
Book, 0. Arthur Hertel; music & 
lyrics, Carl Kulkman. 1 v. 
© 0. Arthur Hertel & CaTl Kulkman; 
29May68; DU71620. 



IMPROMPTU DE BELLAC. See 
THEATRE D'ARRIERE-GARDE. 

THE IMPROPER BOSTONIAN; original 

screenplay by Ken Loring, pseud, of 
Kenneth W. Wenning. 150 1. 
© Ken Loring (Kenneth W. Wenning); 
5Jun68; DU71709. 

IN A STEW (CHICKEN THAT IS) By Junior 
Samples & Cliff Williamson. Sheet. 
Recitation. © Peach Music, Inc.; 
3Jun68; C20639. 

IN MARTYRDOM; one act play by Bel- 
Angelo, pseud, of Henry W. Bates. 
13 1. © Henry W. Bates; 24Jan68; 
DU70636. 

IN MY IMAGE, by C. David Austin. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © C. Davis Austin; 
13May68; DU71509. 

IN SEARCH OF LUCIFER, by Peter Blair, 
pseud, of Peter Bashkiroff. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © Peter Bashkiroff; 
l4Mar68; DU70996. 

IN SILENCE, a play in mime by James 
A Griener. 14 1. 8 scenes. 
© James Alden Griener; l6Nov67; 
DU70492. 

IN THE AMERICAN GALLERY, by Kent 
Kessinger. 35 1. A play. 
© Kent Kessinger; 22May68; DU71569. 

IN THE BEGINNING, 5 one act plays by 
Stanford Kopit. 1 v. © Stanford 
Kopit; 22Jan68; DU70602. 

IN THE BEGINNING THERE WAS BLACK, by 
J. A. Yearwood. 27 1. A play in 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
19Feb68, DU70830. NM: revision. 
© J. A. Yearwood; 3Jun68; DU71689. 

IN TRANSIT, a play by Leslie Edgley. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Leslie Edgley; 
8Apr68; DU71227. 

IN TWENTY -FIVE WORDS OR LESS, a play in 
two acts and a scene by R. M. Gamble. 
1 v. © Robert M. Gamble; 25Jun68; 
DU71865. 

IN TWENTY WORDS OR LESS, a play in two 
acts by John M. Byrne. 89 1. 
© John M. Byrne; §Apr68; DU71235. 

THE INCREDIBLE STANDING MAN AND HIS 
FRIENDS, a farce in one act by 
Dennis J. Reardon. 49 1. © Dennis 
J. Reardon; 4Mar68; DU70932. 

THE INDIAN RING, by Ronald A. Garbln. 
1 v. A play in 11 scenes. © Ronaid 
Alexander Garbin; 19Feb68; DU70837. 

THE INDIAN RING, by Ronald A. Garbin. 
1 v. A play in 12 scenes. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 19Feb68, DU70837. 
NM: revision & additions. © Ronald 
Alexander Garbin; 4jun68; DU71694. 

THE INDIAN WANTS THE BRONX, a play by 
Israel Horovitz. 43 1. © Israel 
Horovitz; 2Jan68; DU70417. 

INDIANGIVERS, by David Dozer. 

63 1. A screenplay. © David Dozer; 
29Dec67; DU70564. 

THE INDIVIDUAL'S RESOURCES FOR HIS OWN 
DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION, 
a series of lectures ... by Lester F. 
Zerfoss. 1 v. 3 lectures. © Lester 
F. Zerfoss; 13May68; C20574. 
INDOOR SPORT. See 

THE MAIN ATTRACTION. 
INDUSTRIAL DISEASES OF THE LUNG, ACUTE 
DISORDERS, by William B. Blumenthal, 
lecturer. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Medi-Disc, Inc.; 2Feb68; C20296. 

INGENUITY, Jerry Heymann. 20 1. 
A play. © Jerry Heymann; 31May68; 
DU71632. 



THE INHERITOR, by T. A. Czolowski & 
J. H. Taft. 115 1. A screenplay. 
© Tadeusz A. J. E. Czolowski & Joseph 
H. Taft; 20Mar68; DU71051. 

INITIAL AMD FINAL CONSONANTS, by 

Roberta La Coste, Alvera B. Melghan & 
Dorothy Craig. 1 v. Recording 
scripts. (Idea structured reading 
tapes, series 2725) © Ideal School 
Supply Co.; 5Jan68; C20176. 

THE INNER CIRCLES, by Joanna Russ. 
13 1. A play. Adapted from a story 
by Fritz Leiber. © Joanna Russ; 
13Mar68; DU70978. 

THE INQUISITIVE FANTASY; or, Did they 
live happily ever after? A snoop 
into the privacy of Cinderella and 
her prince. Book & lyrics by Maurice 
Barrett; musical score by Pierre 
De Reeder. 1 v. © Mrs. Pierre De 
Reeder (Katharine) 8: Mrs. Daniels; 
HJun68; DU71649. 

INSTANT TEA, by M. V. Lelbert & Erie 
McClintic (Erie McClintic Mulherin) 
60 1. A musical in 15 scenes. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 23Jan67, DU67688. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Erie 
McClintic & M. V. Leibert; 24Jun68; 
DU71881. 

THE INTEGRATORS, a comedy in one act 
by Norman Mark. New York, S. French. 
33 p. © Norman Barry Mark; 30Dec66; 
DP6694 . 

THE INTELLECTUALS AND POVERTY: CASE 
STUDY OF A CULT IN POWER, by John 
B. Parrish. 48 1. Lecture. 
© John B. Parrish; 31May68; C20633. 

THE INTER- AMERICAN PEACE COMMITTEE: 
ORIGIN, DEVELOPMENT AND ACTIVITIES; 
paper prepared for delivery by 
Elmer Anthony De Shazo. Preliminary 
draft. 53 1. © Elmer Anthony 
De Shazo; 10Apr68; C20534 . 

INTERDIT AU PUBLIC, de Jean Marsan, 
pseud, of Jean Strett. [Paris] 
3 acts. (In L' Avant-scene, Jan. 1, 
1968, p. 10-40) © Jean Marsan; 
Uan68; DFO-1593. 

INTERMEZZO, by Jean Giraudoux; trans- 
lated by Alex Szogyi. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Alex Szogyi; 3Jan68; 
DU70413. 

INTERNATIONAL THEMES PLAYS FOR JUNIOR 
ACTORS. See 
THE YEAR- AROUND BAZAAR. 

INTERPERSONAL EXERCISES FOR SMALL 
GROUPS, by Betty Berzon & Lawrence 
N. Solomon. 1 v. Script. Appl. 
author: Western Behavioral Sciences 
Institute, employer for hire. ©Wes- 
tern Behavioral Sciences Institute; 
20Jun68; C20680. 

INTOXICATED AUTOMOBILE, by Junior 
Samples & Cliff Williamson. 
Sheet. Recitation. © Peach Music, 
Inc.; 3Jun68; C20634 . 

INTRANSIGENCIA; guion cinematografico 
teatral de Gabriel Moreno-Burgos 
Suarez. 101 1. 2 acts. © Gabriel 
Moreno-Burgos Suarez; 19Mar68; 
DU71077. 

INTRODUCTION TO THE ROLE OF THE CONSO- 
NANTS AND THE PATTERN OF INTONATION 
by Carl Joseph Erickson. 2 sheets.' 
© Carl Joseph Erickson; l8Mar68; 
C20441. 

THE INVADER, by Peter Maugh, pseud, of 
Benjamin David. 88 I. A play in 
2 acts. © Benjamin David; 8Apr68; 
DU71279. 



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INVENTOR ANONYMOUS, created by Joel 
Burns, written by Joellyn & Joel 
Burns. 38 1. A play. © Joel A. 
Burns; 20Dec67; DU70421. 

THE INVENTOR OF WORK, by Harry N. 

Murray. 9 1. © Harry N. Murray; 

30Jan68; C20281. 
THE INVESTMENT BALLOON, a one act skit 
by Fernande Gardner Alexander. 
13 1. © Fernande Gardner Alexander; 
12Feb68; DU70739. 

AN INVITATION TO THE BANQUET FEAST OF 
THE MESSIAH, by Doris Gilman. New 
York, Women's League of the National 
Council of Young Israel. (Plays for 
Synagogue sisterhood groups, vol.1, 
no. 3) 7 1. A musical play. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl.. author: Women's 
League, National Council of Young 
Israel, employer for hire. © Women's 
League, National Council of Young 
Israel; 27Dec67; DP6708. 

IPHIGENIA, a tragedy. A full length 
drama in two acts and thirteen scenes 
by Ruth Block. 1 v. © Ruth Block; 
12Jun68; DU71761. 



IPHIGENIA AT AULIS. 
AT AULIS. 



See 



THE IRISH WILDERNESS, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Earl R. Bale. 31 1. 
©Earl R. Bale; 26Jan68; DU70675. 

IRON NIGHTGOWN. See 

THE LADY IS NOT FOR KINSEY. 

IS ADVENTURE YOUR DISH, by Seth Weeks. 
1 v. A Play in 23 scenes. © Seth 
Weeks; loMar68; DU71064. 

IS MARVIN, a play in one act by Roberta 
Ellen Schottland. 23 1. Adapted 
in part from the novel Mindswap, by 
Robert Sheckley. © Roberta Ellen 
Schottland; 27Mar68; DU7H41. 

IS THAT A WAY TO DRESS, by Harris 
Freedman. 132 1. A play. 
© Harris Freedman; 17Jun68; DU71735. 

ISLAND, by Sheila Coutts Sofian, music 
by Yvette Robinson Austin. 1 v. 
A play with music. © Sheila Coutts 
Sofian & Yvette Robinson Austin; 
30Apr68; DU71414. 

ISMENE, a play in three acts by Henry 
J. Iancovici. 64 1. © Henry J. 
Iancovici; 22Jan68; DU70705. 

ISSUES OF IMPORT. See 

I WISH I COULD SEE WHERE I WERE 
GOING. 
IT ALL HAPPENED IN OTTAWA. See 

ADAMANT EVE. 

IT CAN BE ARRANGED, by E. Bleich. 
84 1. A screenplay. © Eli Furle 
Bleich; 4Mar68; DU7093O. 

IT WENT THATAWAY, by Willie C. Shipman. 
44 1. A play. © Willie C. Shipman; 
3Jul68; DU71868. 

IT'S A FREE COUNTRY, by Charles W. 
Smiley. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Charles W. Smiley; 12Jun68; DU71759- 

IT'S ALL FOR THE KIDS, a musical comedy 
by Robert Wacker, Jr. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert 
Wacker, Jr.; 9Apr68; DU71242. 

IT'S CALLED THE SUGAR PLUM, a play by 
Israel Horovitz. Dramatists Play 
Service. 38 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 27Nov67, DU70136. NM: additions 
lc revision. © Israel Horovitz; 
I8jun68; DP6730. 

IT'S EASY, a farce in three acts by 
John Campbell & Donald Branham. 
6l 1. © John Campbell & Donald 
Branham; 4Apr68; A98323O. 



IT'S HAPPENING NOW, BABY1 A discussion 
starter play by Arthur L. Zapel, Jr. 
11 p. Appl. author: Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc, employer for hire. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 15Aug67; 
DP6575- 
IT'S IN THE STARS, a new musical 
» comedy; music by Mike Kohl (Michael 
Kohl) book & lyrics by David Hammar- 
strom. 1 v. From a story conceived 
by Mike Kohl & David Hammarstrom. 
© David Lewis Hammarstrom & Michael 
A. Kohl; 7Feb68; DU70749. 

IT'S MORNING. WHAT NOW DAD? By John 
Bizzios. 48 1. A play. © John 
Bizzlos; 26Jun68; DU71H74. 

IT'S MY LIFE! A stewardship musical 
revue in six scenes by Guin Ream 
Tuckett. St. Louis, Bethany Press. 
32 p. © Bethany Press; 200ct67; 
A960877 . 

IT'S MY TOWN, a television musical; 
book & music by Robert Goodman, 
lyrics by Ronald Peters. 1 v. 
© Robert E. Goodman & Ronald T. 
Peters; 5Feb68; DU70722. 

IT'S NATURAL, ISN'T IT? A play by 
Marjorie Appleman. 199 1- 2 acts. 
© Marjorie Appleman; l4Mar68; 
DU71026. 

IT'S STILL A MATTER OF DEGREES. 30 1. 
Filmscript. Appl. author: Coca-Cola 
Co. © Coca-Cola Co.; 15May68; 
C 205 80. 

I'VE BEEN EXPECTING YOU, a comedy in 

three acts by Lottie Guttry. 1 v. 

© Mrs. John S. Guttry; 23Apr68; 

DU71310. 
I'VE BEEN TO THE MOUNTAIN TOP; speech 

by Martin Luther King, Jr. 12 1. 

© Estate of Martin Luther King, Jr.; 

6May68; C20550. 



J 



THE J Q., PROFESSOR AND THE WHAT'S 
LINE ACT, by John W. Kurtz. 5 1. 
Monolog. © John W. Kurtz; llApr68: 
C20488. 

JACK BENNY BLISTERS. Sheet. Script. 
Appl. author: Bradlees, Inc. 
© Bradlees, Inc.; l8Mar68; C20437. 

JACK BENNY COP. Sheet. Script. 
Appl. author: Bradlees, Inc. 
©Bradlees, Inc.; l8Mar68; C20434. 

JACK BENNY GARDEN. Sheet. Script. 
Appl. author: Bradlees, Inc. 
© Bradlees, Inc.; l8Mar68; C20438. 

■JACK BENNY GOLF. Sheet. Script. 
Appl. author: Bradlees, Inc. 
©Bradlees, Inc.; l8Mar68; C20436. 

JACK BENNY LAB, by Bradlees. Sheet. 
Dialogue. © Bradlees, Inc.; 
l8Mar68; C20432. 

JACK BENNY MEETING. Sheet. Script. 
Appl. author: Bradlees, Inc. 
©Bradlees, Inc.; l8Mar68; C20439. 

JACK BENNY OPENING. Sheet. Script. 
Appl. author: Bradlees, Inc. 
©Bradlees, Inc.; l8Mar68; C20433. 

JACK BENNY RAQUEL, by Bradlees. 

Sheet. Dialogue. © Bradlees, Inc.; 
l8Mar68; C20435. 

JACK-IN-THE-BOX, a revelation by 
Lyle Kessler. 12 1. © Lyle 
Kessler; 8May68; DU71479- 
JACK-JACK, a play in two acts by Megan 
Terry. 1 v. © Megan Terry; loJunbb; 
DU71820. 



JACK N'S AWFUL DEMANDS, a farce In one 
act by Jonathan Levy. 21 1. © Jon- 
athan F. Levy; 27Jun68; DU71876. 

JAIL GAME, by Barbara Barrett, pseud, 
of Rose Lynch. 27 1. A play. 
& Rose Lynch; 28Feb68; DU70909. 

JAILBIRD, by Junior Samples & Cliff 
Williamson. Sheet. Recitation. 
© Peach Music, Inc.; 3Jun68; 
C20637 • 

JAKE CHAMBERLAIN. Story no.l. By 
Theresa Worman. Sheet. © Dlal-A- 
Story, Inc.; 8Apr68; C20496. 

JEAN; piece en deux actes de Uccio 
Esposito-Torrigiani. [Paris] 
Gallimard . l4l p. (Le Manteau 
d'arlequin) ©Editions Gallimard; 
l4Nov67; DFO-1581. 

JENNY LOVE, by Bubba Fowler. Sheet. 
© Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.; 27Dec6>7; 
C20248. 

JESUS CHRIST, THE SON OF MAN, by 
Robert N. Scott. 16 1. © Robert 
Norman Scott; 7May68; C20533. 

THE JESUS MAN, a play in three acts 
by Mari-jo Neola. 157 1. © Mari-jo 
Neola; 3Jun68; DU71677. 

JIM REEVES NARRATES THE STORY OF HIS 
LIFE. See 
YOURS SINCERELY, JIM REEVES. 

JIM'S FAIRY TALES OF FAIRYLAND, U.S.A. 
Pt.1-8. By James McGhee Johnson. 

1 v. Monolog. © James McGhee 
Johnson; 10Jun68; C20631. 

JOANNA, a drama in three acts by Ruth 
Haggin Cole, adapted by Ruth Musser 
& Shelley Doddridge. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 15Feb32, D14511. 
NM: adaptation & revision. © Ruth 
Musser & Shelley Doddridge; 26Jun68; 
DU71873. 

JOCASTA, a tragedy in five acts by 
Frederick Mason. 83 1. © Frederick 
Griswold Mason, Jr.; 9Apr68; DU71241. 

JOEY'S LETTER; lyric by Jeanne Castle. 

2 1. © Metric Music Co.; 26Dec67; 
C 204 20. 

JOEY'S PRAYER; lyric by Jeanne Castle. 
Sheet. © Metric Music Co.; 
26Dec67; C20421. 

JOHN ADAMS, by David M. Kaufman. 

27 1. A play. © David M. Kaufman; 

14 Feb 68; DU70734 . 
JOHNNY SEMOLINA, a long play in 3 acts 

by Lee De Blanc. 146 1. © Lee 

De Blanc; 29Feb68; DU70914 . 

JOIN HANDS, a musical play by Robert 
T. Oliphant. 1 v. © Robert T. 
Oliphant; l4Jun68; DU71795. 

THE JOKE IS ON YOU, by Tom Whitman. 

3 1. (See and say series, 1-39-4) 
©American Book Co.; HJun68; C20685 . 

JOLIE, by Pearl Sieben. 114 1. A 
musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Pearl Sieben; 6May68; 
DU71455. 

JONAH; opera-cantata for stage or 
concert use by Hugo Cole. London, 
Novello. 106 p. Vocal score. 
© Novello & Co., Ltd.; 29Dec67; 
DFO-1583. 

THE JONESES; or, Keeping up with the 
Joneses. A half hour television 
comedy by Steven Hill & Herbert 
Leder. 42 1. © Steven Hill & 
Herbert Leder; 15Apr68; DU71295. 

JORNADA, by Dick Wright (Richard S. 
Wright) 11 1. A play. © Richard 
S. Wright; 21Mar68; DU71087. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan. — June 



JOSH & JILL, an original screenplay 
by Mitchell D. Clogg. 16 1. 
ffi Mitchell D. Clogg; 15Feb68;. DU70795. 

JOSHUA THE REBEL, by Tama Dayan. 
18 1. A play in 3 acts. © Tama 
Dayan; 24Apr68; DU71362. 

LA JOURNEE D'UNE REVEUSE, de Copl, 
pseud, of Raoul Damonte, Christian 
Bourgols, edlteur. [Paris] 115 p. 
2 acts. © Christian Bourgols; 
12Feb68; DFO-1594. 

JOURNEY OF THE MAGI. See 
NO LONGER AT EASE. 

JOURNEY TO THE SKY, by Kenneth Oscar 
Anderson. 60 1. A screenplay. 

n Anderson Films, Inc.; 4Mar68; 
DU70899. 

THE JOYFUL MYSTERY, a musical dance 
drama by Edgar A. Cock. 37 p. 
7 movements. Appl. author: Arthur 
Meriwether, Inc., employer for hire. 

rthur Meriwether, Inc.; 20Sep67; 
DP6626. 

JUDAS, written by Billy H. Smith. 
Sheet. Narration. Appl. author: 
Wild Blue Music. © Wild Blue Music; 
8Jan68; C20156. 
JULIUS SEES HER IN ROME, GEORGIA, 

a new musical comedy, book & music by 
Edward Boatner, lyrics by Loften 
Mitchell. 2 v. 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 90ct56, DU43248. 
i addition & revision. © Edward 
Boatner; 23Jan68; DU70704. 

JULY 3, I863, a play by Stuart Lyons. 
72 1. 3 acts. © Stuart Lyons; 
12Feb68; DU70766. 

5LE BOOK. See 
RUNNING FREE. 

JUNIOR FOILS THE GAME WARDEN, by 
Junior Samples & Cliff Williamson. 
Sheet. Recitation. © Peach Music, 
Inc.; 3Jun68; C20636. 

JUNIOR TAKES TO THE AIR, by Junior 
Samples & Cliff Williamson. Sheet. 
Recitation. © Peach Music, Inc.; 
3Jun68; C20638. 

THE JUNKYARD, a play in two acts by 
Harland L. Baker. 56 1. © Harland 
Lee Baker; 15Jan68; DU70484. 

JUNY, a dramatic monologue by Martha 
A. Fuentes. 3 1. © Martha A. Fuen- 
tes; 24Jun68; DU71856. 

JURAMENTADO, by Charles Hayes. 37 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Charles Hayes 
Henry; 26Dec67; DU70407. 

JUST ACROSS THE STREET, a musical play, 
book & lyrics by Edward H. Devany, 
music by Lutz Mayer. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Edward Heath 
Devany; 4Jun68; DU7I589. 

JUST LIKE IN REAL LIFE, a day in 
TV land by Emery Nemethy. 12 1. 
A screenplay. Appl. states prev. 
reg. Apr65, DU62555 . NM: addition & 
revision. © Emery Nemethy; 12Feb68; 
DU70760. 

JUST PUSH THE BUTTON, a satiric tragedy 
in four acts by Elsa Con. 46 1. 
sa H. Con; 23Feb68; DU70860. 
JUST SO STORIES, by Coronet Instruction- 
al Films. 1 v. Recording scripts. 

Coronet Instructional Films, 
a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
29Mar68; C 20161. 

JUST STOP IT! By Tom Whitman. 3 1. 
(See and say series, 1-39-3) © Am- 
erican Book Co.; HJun68; C20693. 



JUST WHO ARE YOU CALLING HONEY? By 
Paul Avlla Mayer. 11 1. © Paul 
Avila Mayer & New York City Jaycees, 
Inc.; 22Apr68; DU71379. 



K 



KABALE der SCKEINHEILIOEN. 
MOLIERE. 



See 



KAKKAUN HANANIM (God's power at hand) 
A lecture on Christian Science by 
William Henry Alton. 13 1. Title 
romanlzed. Appl. states prev. reg. 
21Mar66, CI8456. NM: translation. 
© William Henry Alton; l8Sep67; 
C19940. 

KALONYMUS, a play in three acts by 
Helmut Meyer. 184 1. © Helmut 
Meyer; 5Jan68; DU70452. 

KA'ME'LE-UN. See 
CHAMELEON . 

KAMI NO CHIKARA WA SUGU TEJIKANI. 
(God's power at hand) By William 
Henry Alton. 6 p. Lecture on 
Christian Science. Title trans- 
literated. Appl. states prev. reg. 
21Mar66, C18456. © William Henry 
Alton; 4Dec67; C20266. 

KATAKI; screenplay by Shimon Wincel- 
berg. 201. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1959, DU49397. NM: addition Sc 
revision. © Shimon Wincelberg; 
21Feb68; DU70857 . 

KATZ'S POEM, by Erwin H. Lerner. 

45 1. A play in 3 scenes. © Erwin 
H. Lerner; 12Jun68; DU71751- 

KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES. See 
THE JONESES. 

KICK UP YOUR HEELS; songs & sketches by 
Robert Durden. 1 v. © Robert 
Talbot Durden; 3Jun68; C20623 . 

KIDDIE KINGDOM, an original play for 
children by Cindy Lee Hill, pseud, of 
Betty Fatseas, & Gerry Reiter; origi- 
nal words & music ... created & 
composed by Cindy Lee Hill & Gerry 
Reiter. 1 v. © Gerry Reiter & 
Cindy Lee Hill; 19Apr68; DU71354 . 
KIDDIES' DAY, by Raffi Arzoomanian. 
64 1. A screenplay.' © Raffi 
Arzoomanian; 15Feb68; DU70793- 

KIKI; comedie en trois actes de Marcel 
Achard. 3 v. © Marcel Achard; 
HJan68; DU70622. 

KINDLY DR.' JOHN, by James E. Gearheart 
& Hamilton O'Hara. 22 1. Recording 
script. © James Gearheart & Hamilton 
O'Hara; 3May68; C20526. 

KINDLY KING KLOD OF HAM-ALOT, a musical 
play in three acts by G. A. Olios. 
1 v. Book & lyrics only. © R. B. 
Productions, Inc.; 28Dec67; DU70394. 

KING HENRY THE FIFTH, by William 
Shakespeare; general introd. by 
David G. Pitt; Clara Thomas, introd. 
New York, Airmont Pub. Co. 152 p. 
(Airmont Shakespeare classics series, 
517) NM: art work Sc Introd. © Air- 
mont Pub. Co., Inc.; 24Jul67;. 
A960027 . 
KING JOHN. See 

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF KING JOHN. 

KING LYNDON OF TAXALOT, by George Kaye. 
4 1. A monologue. Appl. authors: 
George Kaye Sc William F. Brown. 
© George Kaye; 2Jan68; C20210. 



THE KING OF SCHNORRERS, a musical 
comedy in 2 acts by Israel Zangwill; 
book by Shimon Wincelberg. 301 1. 
3 acts. Book only. © Shimon Wincel- 
berg; 9Apr68; DU71251. 

KING OF THE ICE CREAM MOUNTAIN, a 
play in one act by Jerrold James 
Mundis & Robert Edward Leonard. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 34 p. 
© J. J. Mundis Sc R. E. Leonard; 
29Mar68; DP6665. 

KING OF THE WILD BAD LANDS; recitation 
by Fred Carson. Sheet. © Fred 
Carson; llApr68; C20492. 

THE KINGDOM OF STUMPS, a three act 
play by Mike Major (Michael J. 
Major) 114 1. © Michael J. 
Major; 17Jan68; DU70614. 

THE KINGDOM OF THE TIGER, by Michael 
G. Jordan, Jr. 31 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Michael G. Jordan, Jr.; 
20Mar68; DU71072. 

THE KING'S HIGHWAY, by Kenneth Charles 
Erickson. 88 1. A play. © Kenneth 
Charles Erickson; 25Jun68; DU71866. 

KISS AN UGLY MAN, a musical by Henry J. 
Kemp-Blair. 46 1. 2 acts. Adapted 
from the fairy tale Beauty and the 
beast. Book Sc lyrics only. © Henry 
J. Kemp-Blair; Uul68; DU71842. 

KISS, CHILDREN, KISS, a Soviet vaude- 
ville in three acts based on Katayev's 
Squaring the circle, book by Bill 
Galarno (William Galarno), music Sc 
lyrics by Deed Meyer. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 14Jan66, DU64729. 
NM: musical adaptation. © William 
Galarno & Deed Meyer; 8Feb68; 

A KISS FROM LADY LUCK, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by A. Morton Kaplan. 31 1. 
© A. Morton Kaplan; 26Jan68; 
DU70674. 
THE KISS OF LIFE, a comedy in one act 
by P. J. Barry. 24 1. © Philip 
James Barry; 3Jun68; DU71685. 
KITCHEN INTERLUDE. See 
THE LADY CONSENTS. 



DIE KLINGEL, eine Bagatelle von Oskar 
Zemme. Wien, Universal Edition 
(14725) 46 p. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 9Nov67; DFO-1612. 

A KNIGHT FOR A NIGHT, by Clara S. Rlch- 
ter. New York, Pageant Press. 160 p. 
3 acts. Appl. states first copy- 
righted 1959. NM: dedication, ac- 
knowledgement, editorial revisions. 
© Clara S. Richter; lMay68; A994904. 

THE KNIGHT OF THE BURNING PESTLE, by 
Francis Beaumont, edited by John 
Doebler. Lincoln, University of 
Nebraska Press. 145 P. (Regents 
Renaissance drama series) With music. 
NM: Introd., annotation & compilation. 
© Unlversitv of Nebraska Press; 
13Nov67; A963640. 

KNIGHT'S GAMBIT, a comedy In three acts 
by Robert L. Quinn. 1 v. 
© Robert L. 5uinn; 21Feb68; DU70856. 

KNITTING MACHINES, by Clair M. 
Dietrich. 2 sheets. Recording 
script. © Kingsbridge Industries; 
29Feb68; C20367- 
KNUCKLEHEAD RIDES AGAIN, a chancel 
play by David Budbill. 7 1. 
© David Budbill; 15Feb67; DP6589. 



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1968 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



KRISTEN VIDENSKAB, VEJEN TIL VIRKSOM 
FRED. (Christian Science, the way 
of active peace) Et foredrag af 
Lela May Aultman. 25 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. I8jul66, Cl8l76. 
NM: translation. © Lela May Aultman; 
29Jan68; C20238. 

KYOFU NO NAI JINSEI. (Life unafraid) 
By William Henry Alton. 6 p. 
Lecture on Christian Science. 
Title transliterated. Appl. states 
prev. reg. llSep64, C17062. © William 
Henry Alton; 4Dec67; C20265 . 



LABYRINTH, a tragedy in five acts by 
Neal Waldrop. 71 1. © Neal A. Wal- 
drop III; 21Jun68; DU71850. 

THE LADY CONSENTS, three one act plays 
by Chas. A. Pulaski. The elevator; 
Kitchen Interlude; The Dinwiddle 
employment agency. 1 v. © Charles 
A. Pulaski; 20May68; DU71552. 
THE LADY IS NOT FOR KINSEY; or, The 
iron nightgown. A play by Albert B. 
Gerber. 86 1. 2 acts. © Albert B. 
Gerber; lFeb68; DP6635 . 

THE LADY WHO LOOKED LIKE THE STATUE OF 
LIBERTY; TV comedy in three acts by 
Robert H. Badrig. 92 1. A musical 
screenplay. Book & lyrics only. 
© Robert Hogrogian Badrig; 20May68; 
DU71497. 

THE LADY WITH THE BLACK BUTTON SHOES; 
an original story written & adapted 
for television by Berniece Relfe. 
30 1. © Berniece H. Relfe; 3Jun68; 
DU71662. 

LADYBIRD AS PRESIDENT, for TV presenta- 
tion. 8l. A script. © Richard W. 
Bullard; 28Feb68; C20366. 

LADYBUG'S GARDEN, by Catherine M. 

Stampalla & H. W. Cunningham. 11 1. 
A musical play. Book only. © Cather- 
ine M. Stampalla & H. W. Cunningham; 
5Feb68; DU70819. 

LAFFERTY CHEVROLET, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. Sheet. Script. © Cox & 
Tanz Advertising Agency; 5Feb68*; 
C20300. 

LAMB AND GRAPE LEAVES; written by J. 
Tyson Tildon & Kenneth S. Luchs . 
96 1. A play. © Kenneth S. Luchs 
& J. Tyson Tildon; 9May68; DU71495. 

LAMBS TO THE SLAUGHTER; or, How to keep 
sheep without getting sheared. 
A Mellerdrammer [sic] of the old West 
of less than blissfully anonymous 
origin by Paul Pitzer, Allen Schwab, 
William Wilmot, Douglas Kaya, Jr. & 
Jonathan Abarbanel. 33 1. © Allen 
Schwab & Paul Pitzer; llMarob; 
DU70947 . 

A LAMENT; arranged for Readers' 
Theatre by Harry 3artron. 23 1. 
A play. © Harry Bartron; lApr68; 
DU71181. 

A LAMENT FOR SONNY; story & music by 
Ron Everett (Ronald M. Everett) 
33 1. A play in 8 scenes. © Ronald 
M. Everett; 26Feb68; DU70816. 

A LAMENTABLE DISPOSITION, a comedy in 
two acts by Craig D. Clinton. 73 1. 
© Craig D. Clinton; 7May68; DU71470. 

LAMENTATION ON A HIGH HILL; three act 
drama by Marc P. Smith. 1 v. 
© Marc P. Smith; 8May68; DU71482. 



A LAMP FOR NAOMI, a Christmas play In 
one act by Jacquelyn Aeby. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 15 p. Appl. author: 
Walter H. Baker Co., employer for 
hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
20Mar68; DP6642. 

THE LAND OF HEART'S DESIRE, a chamber 
opera by Bernal Flores. 176 1. 
Microfilm copy. © Bernal Flores; 
31Aug67; DP6621. 

LANDING OF PILGRIM FATHERS, an oration, 
by William J. Peifer. 2 1. ©Wil- 
liam J. Peifer; l4jun68; C20682. 

THE LAST DAY; an original play in one 
act by Jo Anne McKnight. 5 1. © Jo 
Anne McKnight; 24jun68; DU71853. 

LAST DAY OF THE WAR, by Howard Berk & 
Sam X. Abarbanel. Rev.: Jan. 1968. 
159 1. A screenplay. © Valencia 
Productions, Inc.; 28Mar68; DU71145. 

THE LAST TALE (Das letzte Marchen) 
Opera in one act by Ernst Toch, 
libretto by Melchior Lengyel, 
English version by Cornel Adam 
Lengyel, German version by Herbert 
Zipper. New York, Mills Music. 
145 p. Vocal score. © Mills Music, 
Inc.; 27Jan65; DP6650. 

THE LATE, LATE, LATE, LATE SHOW, a 
play in one act by Robert Somerfeld. 
34 1. © Robert Somerfeld; llJan68; 
DU70504 . 

LAUGHINGLY YOURS, by Sol RIchman. 20 1. 
A dialog. © Sol Richman; 15Jan68; 
C20215. 

LAUGHTER FILLED THE EMPTY ROOM, by 
Allen Davis III. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Allen Davis III; 15Mar68; 
DU71041. 

LAUNEN DES GLUCKS . See 

ZU EBENER ERDE UND ERSTER STOCK. 

LAURA, a one act play by Richard 
Sabreen. 10 1. © Richard Sabreen; 
9Jan68; DU70470. 

THE LAW WITHIN AND THE LAW WITHOUT; 
original screenplay written by Todd 
Barnet, Uta Berlin (Uta Barnet) & 
Eric P. Polten. 190 1. 3 acts. 
© Todd Barnet, Uta Barnet, & Eric P. 
Polten; 20Feb68; DU70844. 

THE LAYING-IN OF MISS DELIA, by David 
Shumaker. 22 1. A play. © David 
Shumaker; 23Feb68; DU70925. 

THE LAYOUT LETTER, a one act play by 
Charles H. Fuller, Jr. 30 1. 
© Charles H. Fuller, Jr.; 6May68; 
DU71463. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS, by Universal 
Publiclzers & C. Dink Freeman. 
2 sheets. © Universal Publicizers, 
Inc.; HMar68; C2O382. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS, by Universal 
Publicizers & Don Alan. 2 sheets. 
© Universal Publicizers, Inc.; 
HMar68; C2O383. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS, by Universal 
Publicizers & Jimmy Byrnes. 4 sheets. 
© Universal Publicizers, Inc.; 
HMar68; C20387. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS, by Universal 
Publicizers &: Lenny Colyer. 2 sheets. 
© Universal Publicizers, Inc.; 
HMar68; C20380. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS, by Universal 
Publicizers & Linda Merrill. 
2 sheets. © Universal Publicizers, 
Inc.; HMar68; C20378. 



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LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS, by Universal 
Publicizers & Max Q. Cooper. 
2 sheets. © Universal Publicizers, 
Inc.; HMar68; C2O386. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS, by Universal 
Publicizers & Mike Caldwell. 

2 sheets. © Universal Publicizers, 
Inc.; HMar68; C20384. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS, by Universal 
Publicizers & Sonny Mars (Bernard B. 
Mars) 2 sheets. © Universal Pub- 
licizers, Inc.; HMar68; C20381. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS, by Universal 
Publicizers & Stu Allen. 2 sheets. 
©Universal Publicizers, Inc.; 
HMar68; C20379- 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS, by Universal 
Publicizers & Wayne Roland. 

3 sheets. © Universal Publicizers, 
Inc.; HMar68; C20385. 

LEARNING THROUGH ASSOCIATION. 1 V. 
A filmstrip script. Appl. author: 
Memory Development, Ltd. © Memory 
Development, Ltd.; 29Dec67; C20157. 
THE LEAST OF THESE, by Glenwood 

Herring. 71 1. A play in 7 scenes. 
© Glenwood Herring; 28Mar68; 
DU7H56. 
LECTURE ON HEW PRODUCTS. See 

MEETING ON NEW IDEAS AND NEW PRO- 
DUCTS . 

LECTURE SERIES ON THE BOY CHOIR. Pt.l. 

By John B. Shallenberger. 1 v. 

© Shallway Foundation; 4jun68; 

C20646. 
THE LEFT-HAND MIRROR; drama. A play 

in two acts by William McQueen. 

53 1. © William McQueen; 12Mar68; 

DU71014 . 

THE LEGEND OF ILLINOIS: ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 
THE MAN WHO SAVED THE UNION, by June 
Gary Stewart. 99 1. A play in 3 
acts. © June Gary Stewart & James M. 
Thomas Stewart; 15Jan68; DU7O536. 

THE LEGEND OF JOCKO, a play about the 
Negro boy who inspired George Wash- 
ington by Earl Koger, Sr. 1 v. 3 
acts. ©Earl Koger, Sr.; 20Jun68; 
DU71869. 

LEND ME YOUR HEART; an original musical 
comedy by Elaine Schaid. 1 v. 
Musical play in 5 acts. © Elaine 
Schaid; 17Jun68; DU71737. 

LENGTH OF OUR DAYS; play by Dana 
Suesse. 92 1. 2 acts. © Dana 
Suesse: 22Mar68; DU71092. 

LESS THAN NINE MONTHS, a play in two 
acts by Cal Santo, pseud, of Calvin F. 
Santanastaso. 1 v. © Calvin F. 
Santanastaso; 30Jan68; DU70694. 

[LESSON PLAN 350-16] By Jerry Heymann. 
26 1. A play. © Jerry Heymann; 
2May68; DU71435. 

LET FREEDOM SING, a play in four 

scenes by Helen Mason Wells. 72 1. 
© Helen Mason Wells; HJan68; 
DU70503. 

LET MY PEOPLE GO, a program of music 
from the Civil War, by Emery J. 
Battis. 8 1. Narration script. 
©Heritage Foundation, Inc.; 20May68; 
C20595. 

LET'S LISTEN; master scripts for color, 
sound filmstrips by Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films. 2 v. Contents: 
Exploring city sounds. — Cows don't 
say moo. © Coronet Instructional 
Films, division of Esquire, Inc.; 
8Apr68; C20494. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan. — June 



LET'S TAKE A TRIP, a television game 
conceived & written by Harvey Bacal. 

® TV Gems, Inc.; 29Jan68; 
02021)9. 

THE LETTER, a one-act play by David 
Ball. 18 1. Drawn from a short 
story by Mikhail Zoshchenko. 

avid A. Ball; 15Feb68; DU70796. 

'-:, by Marion Keegan. Sheet. 
irion I. Keegan; 15Apr68; C20491. 

A LETTER TO MY RUNAWAY CHILD; or, Black 
sky. By Marian Kay. 2 1. © Blue 
River Music, Inc.; 29Apr68; 020514. 

A LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT, by James 
Victor Llprando. Sheet. Appl. ti.: 
Mister president. © James V. Llpran- 
do; 2Jul68; C20705. 

LEIT: : FOR THE OFFICE, by 
Carl W. Salser. 1 v. (Monitor 

ruction program, 110800) 
© Educational Research Associates; 
llMar68; C20452. 

" T :*N. See 
THE LAST TALE. 

LIBRARY SKILLS. 1 v. Appl. author: 
Education Unlimited Corp. © Edu- 
cation Unlimited Corp.; 19Feb68; 
C20330. 

DIE LICHTUNG, ein Traumspiel von Kurt 
Weinberger. Wien, Universal Edition 
(14723) 58 p. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; lMar68; DF0-1604. 

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF KING JOHN, by Wil- 
liam Shakespeare; general editor, 
Louis B. Wright, assistant editor, 
Virginia A. LaMar. New York, Wash- 
ington Square Press (W 138) 1 v. 
(The Folger Library general reader's 
Shakespeare) 5 acts. NM: introd., 
notes & compilation of illus. ©Wash- 
ington Square Press, Inc.; 15Aug67; 
A996132. 

LIFE AND DEATH OF TOM THUMB THE GREAT. 
See 

A MUSICAL VERSION OF HENRY FIELDING'S 
TRAGEDY OF TRAGEDIES. 

LIFE FROM BEYOND, a television play by 
Frank Westbrook, dramatization of 
Death from the stars by A. Rowley 
Hilllard. 38 1. 7 scenes. ©Frank 
Westbrook; 5Jul68; DU71880. 

THE LXFE OF A MINISTER, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Geraldine Mae Walters. 
30 1. © Geraldine Mae Walters; 
26Jan68; DU70669. 

THE LIFE OF KING HENRY THE EIGHTH, 
by William Shakespeare; edited by 
F. David Hoeniger. Baltimore, Pen- 
guin Books. 153 p. (The Pel- 
ican Shakespeare, AB 36) 5 acts. 
:::■:: new ed. ©Penguin Books, Inc.; 
20Jun67 (in notice: 1966); A961999. 

THE LIFE OF TIMON OF ATHENS, by Williair 
Shakespeare; general editor, Louis B. 
Wright, assistant editor, Virginia A. 
LaMar. New York, Washington Square 
Press (W 140) 1 v. (The Folger Li- 
brary general reader's Shakespeare) 
5 acts. NM: introd., notes & compi- 
lation of illus. ©Washington Square 
Press, Inc.; 15Sep67; A996135. 

LIFE PLANNING FOR THE CHILD WITH LEARN- 
ING DISABILITIES: HOME, SCHOOL, 
COMMUNITY, by Sheldon R. Rappaport . 
22 1. Monolog. © Pathway School; 
28May68; C20630. 

LIFE SIGNALS, by Maza Williams (Rita 
Williams) 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Rita Williams; l6Apr68; DU7I319. 

LIFE UNAFRAID. See 
KYOFU NO NAI JINSEI. 



LIFE WORE A DEATH MASK, an original 
story written «c adapted for tele- 
vision by Barry Lillis. 32 1. 
€ Barry Lillis; 10Apr68; DU71261. 

THE LIGHT, a Christmas play by Svea 
Brown. 3 1. © Svea Brown; 260ct67; 
DP6633. 

LIGHT BREAKS THROUGH, by William J. 
Blackmon. 1 v. A play. © William 
J. Blackmon; 29May68; DU71700. 
LIGHT HONEY, a screenplay by Michel 
Saint Jean, pseud, of William C. 
Ballin. 95 1. © William 0. Ballin; 
27Mar68; DU71144. 

A LIGHT IN THE BLUE, by Julius Vogel, 
pseud, of Julius Fogel. 83 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Julius Fogel; 
20May68; DU71556. 

LIGHTS OUT. See 
ROCKET ROBIN HOOD. 

LINCOLN, by Vilma Zuliani. 40 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Vilma Zuliani; 
15Jan68; DU70546. 

LINCOLN LOPER LOUNGE, by Leona 

Langdon. 36 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Leona Langdon; l8Mar68; DU7IO62. 



LINCOLN: THE LONG REMEMBERED, a play 
in two acts by Elizabeth Morris 
Akers. 23 1. © Elizabeth Morris 
Akers; 24Jan68; DU70634. 

LINCOLN: THE TRAGIC MAN, by Rita 
Catherine Greco. 50 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Rita Catherine Greco; 
I8jan68; DU70536. 

LINCOLN'S TOWN OF NEW SALEM, a play in 
three acts by Edward P. Krlps. 
10 1. © Edward P. Krips; 15Apr68; 
DU71307. 

A LINE DOWN THE MIDDLE, by Edith Meiser. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Edith 
Meiser; 9Jan68; DU70476. 

THE LINE OF DUTY, by Guy de Vry, 
pseud, of Erwin Wiechert. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. pub. 1953- NM: revision. 
© Guy de Vry; 15Feb68; DU70797. 

THE LINE OF LEAST EXISTENCE AND OTHER 
PLAYS, by Rosalyn Drexler with an 
introd. by Richard Gilman. New York, 
Random House. 242 p. © on introd.; 
Richard Gilman; 120ct67; A968548. 

THE LINE OF LEAST EXISTENCE AND OTHER 
■ PLAYS, by Rosalyn Drexler with an 
introd. by Richard Gilman. New York, 
Random House. 242 p. NM: compila- 
tion. © Rosalyn Drexler; 120ct67; 
DP6607 . 

THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE, 
by C. S. Lewis, dramatized by Don 
Quinn. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
45 p. 2 acts. ©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
l8Mar68; DP6648. 

THE LIONS AND THE MICE, a musical 
fable by Sidney Lippman. 8 p. 
© Sidney Lippman; 2Feb68; DU70719. 

LISTEN, SEAN, TO THE SILHOUETTES OF 
RAINDROPS, by John Hartnett. 38 1. 
A play. © John Edward Hartnett; 
19Jun68; DU71825. 

THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK, a one hour 
teleplay by Victor A. Pompillo. 
59 1. 3 acts. © Victor A. 
Pompilio; 7May68; DU71424. 

LITTLE BOY, by Rhoda Hart. 3 1. 
A play. © Rhoda Hart; 7Jun68; 
DU71715. 



LITTLE BOY, by Rhoda Hart, 3 1. A 

skit. ©Rhoda Hart; 20Jun68; DU71787. 

A LITTLE BOY, SONNY, by Rhoda Hart. 
7 1. A play. © Rhoda Hart; 
4Mar68; DU70935. 

THE LITTLE HAND SO OBSTINATE; libretto 
by Sonia Brown, music by Matt Doran. 
58 1. A musical play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Sonia Brown; 
12Jun68; DU71764. 

THE LITTLE SHEPHERD; 'TWAS THE NIGHT 
BEFORE CHRISTMAS; THE ANIMALS' FIRST 
CHRISTMAS; DICKENS' CHRISTMAS CAROL; 
by Coronet Instructional Films. 4 v. 
(Christmas favorites series) Film- 
strip scripts. © Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films, a division of Esquire, 
Inc.; 21Jun68; C20698. 

THE LITTLE WHITE ROOM, a play by Ben 
Kerner. 15 1. 1 scene. © Ben 
Kerner; 8May68; DU71478. 

THE LITTLEST ANGEL, a television musi- 
cal special based on the book by 
Charles Tazewell, book by Patricia 
Gray & Lan O'Kun, music 8c lyrics by 
Lan O'Kun. 2 v. © Emanuel Music 
Corp.; 2Apr68; DU71498. 

LIVING IN A TIME OF CHANGE, a one act 
drama by Norman Gano. 31 p. 
(Christian faith & work plan) 
© American Baptist Board of Education 
& Publication; 15Jan68; A969204. 
LOCA. See 
LA FIESTA. 

LOCKED IN HOPELESSNESS; original story 
by Wayne Vincent, pseud, of Donald 
Wayne Smith, screenplay by David M. 
Ross & Wayne Vincent, music & origi- 
nal songs & lyrics by Wayne Vincent. 
26 1. Book only. © Donald Wayne 
Smith & David Michael Ross; 9May68: 

DU71494. a-jruu, 

LOGGER MARKHAM AND THE WORLD, by 
Wendell Metzger. 72 1. A play. 
© Wendell Metzger; 3Jan68; DU70439. 

A LONELY LITTLE MAN; recitation by 
Jimmy Fields (James W. Fields), 
George McCoy, Joe Bill D'Angelo & 
Chas. D. Wright. Sheet. © Cherie 
Music; 10Apr68; 020493. 

LONELYHEARTS , a musical comedy in two 
acts by Richard Fried. 1 v. 
© Richard Fried; 15Apr68; DU71339. 

LONG LIVE THE CANDIDATE! By David 
Wolfe. 103 1. A screenplay. 
© David Joe Wolfe; l8Apr68; DU71270. 

THE LONG, LONELY NIGHT BEFORE DAWN, 
by Mac Brackett (Marion McDowell 
Brackett, Jr.) 52 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Marion McDowell Brackett, 
Jr.; 28Feb68; DU70905. 

LONG SHADOW OF LINCOLN. See 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN - THROUGH ALL THE 
YEARS. 

THE LONG SUMMER OF LEO WARSAW, an 
original screenplay by Al Barkow. 
191 1. © Al Barkow; 7May68; 
DU71475. 

LOOK BACK TO THE HILL, a play for 
stage or chancel by Don A. Mueller. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 51 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) Appl. states 
prev. reg. 17Mar67, DU68119. © Don 
A. Mueller; 10Jan68; DP6590. 

LORD, DO IT FOR ME, by James Cleveland. 
Sheet. © Herman Lubinsky; 22Apr68; 
C20552. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



THE LORD DON'T LOVE UGLY, by Leroy 
Thomas, Jr. 55 1. Screenplay. 
© Leroy Thomas, Jr.; 9Apr68; DU71240. 



LORD OF THE UNDERWORLD. 
ROCKET ROBIN HOOD. 



See 



LORELEI, a comic libretto for radio by 
Barbara Gibbs Golffing. 45 1. 
© Barbara Gibbs Golffing; 27Mar68; 
DU71137. 
LORI IS THE WORD FOR A REAL JAZZ BABY; 
story & screenplay by Joe Greene. 
56 1. (Concho County) Appl. 
author: Robert N. Sherman a.k.a. Reed 
Sherman, employer for hire . © Robert 
N. Sherman; 29Mar68; DU71109. 
[ LOSERS. See 
LOVERS. 
THE LOST BELLS, by Bunny D. Bell. 
9 1. A play in 6 scenes. © Bunny 
D. Bell; lMar68; DU71146. 

LOST EDEN, by Mary K. Hawkins. 

2 sheets. © Mary K. Hawkins; 
2Jan68; C2014O. 

i LOTS OF GRANDMA, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
Violet Clarke. 30 1. © Violet 
Clarke; 17May68; DU7I545. 

I LOUIE, a screenplay by Murray Schisgal. 
110 1. © Murray Schisgal; 8Apr68; 
DU71230. 

LOVE & FAMILY, by Pat Cooper. 7 1. 
Monologue. © Unart Music Corp. & 
Stu-pid Music, Inc.; 12Jan68; C20l6l. 

LOVE AND OTHER BLOOD SPORTS, by Mike 
Freeman (Michael Freeman) 1 v. A 
play in 3 acts. © Mike Freeman; 
13Jun68; DU71777. 
LOVE AND WAR IN PSILI PSILI, a comedy 
by John L. Hitchings . Alabama 
Independent. 97 p. 3 acts. 
© John L. Hitchings; 26Feb68; 
A975H6. 

LOVE AND WAR IN PSILI PSILI, a comedy 
by John L. Hitchings. 44 1. 
3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© John L. Hitchings; 29Jan68; 
DU70616. 

THE LOVE CAMP, by Tom Joerder (Thomas 
R. Joerder) 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Joerder Associates, Inc.; 28Dec67; 
DU70391. 

! LOVE IS A FOUR LETTER WORD, by Sara 
Suzanne Morgan. 20 1. A play. 
© Sara Suzanne Morgan; 4Apr68; 
DU71208. 

LOVE IS GONE WITH THE WINDOW, a comedy 
by Frank Ruzz. 22 1. A screenplay. 
© Frank Ruzz; l6Jan68; DU70553. 

LOVE IS HAPPENING, a comedy by Joel M. 
Reed. 1 v. 3 acts. © Joel M. -Reed; 
13Feb68; DU70773. 

LOVE IS NOT A GAME, by Elsa Torrens. 
1 v. A play. © Elsa Torrens; 
HJan68; DU70498. 

LOVE MAKES THE HEAD GO 'ROUND, a teen- 
age comedy in one act by Lois Ryker. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 23 P- (Baker's 
royalty plays) Appl. author: Walter 
H. Baker Co., employer for hire. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 8May68; DP67IO 

LOVE ON THE RACK (Un Fil a la patte) 
By Georges Feydeau. English version 
by Norman Stokle. 109 1. A play in 

3 acts. © Norman Stokle; 21May68; 
DU71512. 

LOVE RECONCILED TO WAR; or, The three 
graces. A skit by Robert Hivnor. 
8 1. © Robert H. Hivnor; 29Apr68: 
DU71346. 



LOVEJOY, by Theodore Labrenz (Ernest 

Theodore Labrenz, Jr.) 104 1. 

A play in 2 acts. © Theodore 

Labrenz; 29Apr68; DU71441. 
LOVEJOY: MARTYR TO FREEDOM. See 

TASTE FOR VIOLENCE. 

LOVERS, by Brian Friel. Part one: Win- 
ners; part two: Losers. New York 
Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 144 p 
© Brian Friel; 15May68; DP6715.' 

THE LOVERS, by Kenneth Bernard. 13 1. 

A play. © Kenneth Bernard; l8jan68; 

DU70578 . ' 

LOVE'S LABOR'S LOST. See 

THE FESTIVAL SHAKESPEARE LOVE'S 
LABOR'S LOST. 

LOWER THAN A COCKROACH, a play by 
Saul Pullman. 151 1. 2 acts. 
© Saul Pullman; 3Jan68; DU70437. 

LUCRETIA, a comedy of the domestic 
life of the Borgias in three acts 
by Ernita Lascelles (Ernita 
Lascelles Ranson) 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. Sep59, DU49776. NM: 
addition & revision. © Ernita 
Lascelles; 6May68; DU71461. 

LUSCIOUS LULU, a satiric entertainment 

in four scenes by Raymond McGlynn. 

(Francis Raymond McGlynn) 79 1. 

© Francis Raymond McGlynn; 15Mar68; 

DU71040. 
LYRICS FOR A TOCCATA AND FUGUE; 

written for poniards & sledgehammers 

& 7 voices by Harold Leland Johnson. 

1st ed. Sacramento, Calif., Aldine 

Society of California. 24 p. 

© Aldine Society of California; 

15Mar68; DP6637 . 

LYSISTRATA; opera after Aristophanes, 
libretto by Janet Stevenson (Janet 
Stevenson Rotstein) music by Henry 
Leland Clarke. 40 1. Libretto. 
© Janet Stevenson Rotstein; 15May68; 
DU71522. 



M 



MA, LET ME TALK TO PA, a screenplay 
by Jurgen Jacobsen & Isaac Armony. 
54 1. © Isaac Armony & Jurgen 
Jacobsen; 29May68; DU7-1622. 
MACBETH; edited by Robert Hawkins & 
John G. Bowen. New York, Basic 
Books. 244 p. (The Student's Shake- 
speare) 5 acts. NM: pref., introd., 
appendix & notes. © Basic Books, 
Inc.; 24Nov67; A997019. 
MACBETH. See 

THE ADAPTED MACBETH. 
MACBIRD! De Barbara Garson; adapta- 
tion de Maurice Pons. [Paris] Edi- 
tions Denoel. 138 p. 4 actes. 
© Editions Denoel; 30Sep67; DFO-I576. 
MACGILLYCUDDY ' S RUBAIYAT, a musical 
comedy in three acts by James B. 
Roof. 1 v. © James B. Roof; 
l6Apr68; DU71218. 

LA MACHINE A SOUS; 3 actes de David 
Guerdon, pseud, de Jean Charles 
Guiderdoni. 1 v. A play. © David 
Guerdon; 25Apr68; DU71374. 

MACHINE INFERNALE. See 
OEDIPE. 

MAD APRIL, a musical satire; book & 
lyrics by Betty Anderson (Elizabeth 
B. Anderson); music by Anne B. 
Anderson. 42 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Elizabeth B. Anderson & 
Anne B. Anderson; 13Dec67; DU70605 . 

MAD GENIUS, by Rhoda Hart. 5 1. 
A play. © Rhoda Hart; 12Jan68; 
DU70613. 



25 



MADAM LIZABETH, a play in three acts 
by Demetrios Vilan. 100 1. 
© Demetrios Vilan; 29Mar68; DU71158. 

MADAM UOVO, a one hour teleplay by 
Victor A. Pompilio. 29 1. © Victor 

A. Pompilio; l4Feb68; DU70792- 

MADAME DE SADE, by Yukio Mishima, 
translated from the Japanese by 
Donald Keene, photos by Koichi 
Yamada. New York, Grove Press. 
108, p. 3 acts. Appl. author: 
Grove Press, Inc., employer for 
hire of Koichi Yamada. © Grove 
Press, Inc.; 26jun67; DP6629. 

MADAME GALAXIE, a play in 2 acts by 
Lucille Bluestein. 46 1. 
© Lucille Bluestein; 23Feb68; 
DU70866. 
THE MADNESS OF SANITY, by Thomas Keith 
Frye. 30 1. © Thomas Keith Frye; 
24May68; DU71596. 

THE MAGIC GOLD SPINNER, RUMPELSTILT- 
SKIN; a musical by Betsy Jo Ange- 
branndt. 38 1. 2 acts. © Betsy Jo 
Angebranndt; l4Jun68; DU71793- 

THE MAGIC HAMMER, by Lee A. Gutkind. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Lee A. 
Gutkind; 17Jun68; DU71798. 

THE MAGIC HAT OF CALIDOO, by Ann Welty. 
21 1. A musical play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Ann P. Welty; 
10May68; DU71468. 

THE MAGIC ISLE, a comedy with music 

for children by Wesley Van Tassel with 
music & lyrics by Mark Ollington. 

1 v. (Modern Theatre for Youth) 
Based on the play by Russell Graves. 
NM: arrangement of material & addi- 
tions. © Wesley Van Tassel & Mark 
Ollington; 30Dec67; DP66O3. 

THE MAGIC PICTURE FRAME, a musical 
fantasy for children by Gladys 
Blumberg & Esther Stoller. 1 v. 

2 acts. © Gladys Blumberg & Esther 
Stoller; l4Feb68; DU70787 . 

THE MAGIC POUCH, by Claire Jones & 
Bob Varga. 28 1. Play. © Claire 
Jones & Bob Varga; 20May68; DU71555. 

THE MAGIC RED BAG, a series of televi- 
sion scripts by Ruth Jackson. 
Episode 1-7 . 1 v. © Ruth Jackson; 
l6May68; DU71531. 

THE MAGIC WORD I CAN, a play in three 
acts for every age group by Audree I. 
Young. New York, Exposition Press. 
48 p. © Audree I. Young; 90ct67; 
DP6731. 

MAH NAME IS LYNDON, a play by Harvey 
Einbinder. New York, Lady Bird 
Press. 89 p. 3 acts. © Harvey 
Einbinder; lApr68; DP6722. 

MAI KONTRI TY OP TI, a play by Karl A. 
Tunberg. 126 1. 2 acts. © Karl A. 
Tunberg; 28Jun68; DU71887. 

THE MAIN ATTRACTION, a comedy by Jack 
Ferry. 1 v. 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Indoor sport, HJun53, 
DU34257. NM: revision. © Jack B. 
Perry; l6Jan68; DU70555. 

THE MAJOR RESOURCES OF AN ORGANIZATION 
FOR DEVELOPING ITS PROFESSIONAL PER- 
SONNEL, a series of lectures . . . 
by Lester F. Zerf oss . 1 v. 3 lec- 
tures. © Lester F. Zerfoss; 13May68; 
C20577 . 

MAKE HER WILDERNESS LIKE EDEN, a drama 
about Illinois by Christian Moe. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© on book; Christian Moe; 7Feb68; 
DU70707. 



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Jan. — June 



MAKE MINE WITH ONIONS, by Lorraine 
Mlchele, pseud, of Lorraine Mlchele 
Seymour. 73 1. A play In 3 acts. 
© Lorraine Mlchele Seymour; 26Jan68; 
DU70666. 

THE MAKROPOULOS SECRET, by Carl Gabler. 
1 v. A play In 3 acts. Based on 
Vec Makrbpoulos, by Karel Capek. 
6 Carl Gabler; 29Feb68; DU70983. 

MALICE IN THE PALACE, a sad commentary 
on the amalgamation of crooks & 
schnooks in enlightened society ad- 
mid st corruption by Arthur Robert 
:h. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
rthur Robert Kirsch; 12Apr68; 
DU71289. 

See 
THE UNFINISHED TASK. 

A MAN FAIRLY TESTED, a play in three 
acts by Joseph A. Sheehan. 105 1. 
© Joseph A. Sheehan; 12Jan68; 
DU7051B. 



A MAN FOR THE AGES, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 
by Victoria E. Carter. 1 v. One- 
act play. © Victoria Ethelberta 
Carter; 26Jan68; DU70668. 

MAN GOETH TO HIS LONG HOME, a play 
in three acts by C. Lester Walker. 
94 1. © C. Lester Walker; 12Jan68; 
DU70517. 

A MAN LIKE LINCOLN, a play by Albert 
Johnson. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Albert Franklin Johnson; 12Jan68; 
DU70558. 

THE MAN ON THE TOWER, a comedy in one 
act by Cleve Haubold. New York, 
S. French. 16 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 29Dec67; DP6690. 

MAN OF THE YEAR, by Paul Wagner. 100 1. 

A play in 3 acts. © Paul R. Wagner; 

26Mar68; DU71129- 
MAN THAT CORRUPTED HADLEYBURG. See 
FOLLOW THE LEADER. 

MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY, by Edward 

Everett Hale. Rewritten in dramatic 
incident form by Classic Text Tapes. 
34 1. © Classic Text Tapes, Norman 
H. Rogers, owner; 7Jun68; DU71721. 

MANAGEMENT GUIDE: THE VW FORMULA FOR 
INCREASED SALES AND INCOME. See 
THE VW FORMULA FOR INCREASED SALES 
AND INC0ME7 
MANHATTAN SILHOUETTE, a musical drama. 
Book & lyrics by Tedwell Chapman, 
music composed by Frank Gaskin 
Fields. A modern version of the 
story of Cain & Abel. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book only. © Tedwell Chapman; 
4Jun68; DU71698. 

MANIA; or, The tigers, A.C. By 

Sidney S. Antebi. 102 1. A screen- 
play. © Joseph Antebi; 27Dec67; 
DU70409. 



UN MANICOMIO PARA LOS ANGELES; 

original de Juan Logar, pseud, of 
Juan Lopez Garcia. Madrid. 127 1. 
Argumento, guion y musica. © Juan 
Logar; 26Feb68; DFO-1609. 

MANIPULATING NUMBERS MENTALLY; record- 
ing script for 20 tape recorded les- 
sons in mathematics, by Charles C. 
Wall. 32 1. © Charles C. Wall; 
26Apr68; C20528. 



THE MARBLE GAME, by Rex T. Sherry. 
© Rex T. Sherry; 6Jun68; C20655. 



3 I- 



MARCO POLO; play by Kay Greeley Twomey 
(Kathleen Greeley Twomey) 1 v. 
2 acts. © Kay Greeley Twomey; 

15Mar68; DU71018. 



MARGOTS' MILLIONS, an original screen- 
play by Edith L. I. Smith. 1 v. 
© Edith L. I. Smith; 13Feb68; 
DP6604. 
MARGUERITE, an historical drama in 
three acts by George C. Terrell. 
41 1. © George C. Terrell; 15Jan68; 
DU70537. 

THE MARINE, a play by Gary Henkel. 
94 1. 8 scenes. © Gary Henkel; 
24May68; DU71594. 

MARK ONE; or, The beautiful, blue, 
electric bubble. A play in ten 
scenes by Vincent Williams. 83 1. 
© Vincent Williams; 15Mar68; 
DU71042. 

MARKHEIM IN REHEARSAL, a play in two 
parts by James K. Mish'alanl. 59 1. 
© James Karam Mish'alanl; 10Jan68; 
DU70481. 

MARKO'S, a vegetarian fantasy by Kenneth 
Bernard. 22 1. A play. ©Kenneth 
Bernard; 24May68; DU71537. 

MARLOWE, a musical tragedy in two acts; 
music, speeches & lyrics by David 
Paul Howard. 1 v. © David Paul 
Howard; lMar68; DU70922. 

MARLOWE, a new play by Carol Goodman. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Carol Goodman; 
13Jun68; DU71776. 

MARQUEZA, a musical play in two acts, 
book by Lenore Miller, music & 
lyrics by Deed Meyer. 1 v. © Deed 
Meyer & Lenore Miller; 17Jan68; 
DU70575 . 



THE MARRIAGE, by Juleen Compton. 

115 1. A screenplay. Appl. author: 
Julcomp Enterprises, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Julcomp Enterprises, 
Inc.; 6May68; DU71406. 

MARRIAGE IS NOT FOR THE MASSES, a 
comedy by Ed Roberts (Edward Barry 
Roberts) 84 1. © Edward Barry 
Roberts; 8Apr68; DU7123'*. 

MARTHA; opera in three acts. Music 
by F. von Flotow; English libretto 
& adaptation by Ann Ronell. 2 v. 
Appl. states prev. pub. & reg., 
DP59084. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Ann Ronell; 9Jan67; DP6578. 

MARTHA DANS LA NUIT; piece en deux 
actes de Jeannine Worms, pseud, de 
Jeanine Metzger. 110 1, © Jeannine 
Worms; 25Apr68; DU71365 . 
MARTY; dialogue with a drug addict, 
original story by Martin J. Kratlian, 
radio adaptation written by Al Curven 
Sc Ray McMillen. 9 1. © Martin J. 
Kratlian; 17May68; DU7I59O. 

THE MARTYDOM OF ST. STEPHEN, a play by 
Alois Bauman (Joseph A. Bauman) 
102 1. 3 acts. © Joseph A. Bauman; 
l6Feb6S; DU70809. 

THE MARVELOUS LAND OF OZ; first-draft 
screenplay by Noel Langley, based on 
the book by L. Frank Baum. 1 v. 
© Dick Randall; 29Apr68; DU71496. 

MARY, a renaissance musical, book, 
music & lyrics by Christopher Gore. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© J. Christopher Gore; 28Feb68; 
DU70908. 
MARY MIGHT NOT UNDERSTAND, by Norma 
Jean Faulkner. Sheet. © Twenty 
Grand Music, division of Broadcasting 
Services, Inc.; 3Apr68; C20476. 
MARY OF MAGDALA, by Jessie Kirkwood. 
25 1. A play. © Jessie Kirkwood; 
3Jun68; DU71688. 



MASQUERADE, a comic opera in three 
acts, music by Carl Nielsen, text by 
Wilh. Andersen, English libretto 
by Dudley Glass. 1 v. Libretto. 
© Wilhelm Hansen Musik-Forlag; 
20Mar68; DU71148. 

THE MASTER AND THE KEEPER; a play in 
three acts by Theodore M. Mantis. 
1 v. © Theodore M. Mantis: 20Jun68; 
DU71840. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN CENTRAL 
EUROPEAN THEATRE; edited by Robert 
W. Corrigan. New York, Collier 
Books. 382 p. 5 plays. © on 
preface, rev. compilation, biograph- 
ical notes on 2 authors; Macmlllan 
Co.; 3Apr67; A973808. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN CENTRAL 
EUROPEAN THEATRE; edited by Robert 
W. Corrigan. New York, Collier 
Books . 382 p . 5 plays . © on 
translation of p.4i-93; Carl Richard 
Mueller; 3Apr67; A973807. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN ENGLISH 
THEATRE; edited by Robert W. Corri- 
gan. New York, Collier Books. 
476 p. 5 plays. Appl. authors: 
Macmillan Co., Lewis Palter & 
Bernard Kops. NM: preface, introd. 
... biographies. © Macmillan Co.; 
23Jan67; A973800. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN FRENCH 
THEATRE; edited by Robert W. Corri- 

fan. New York, Collier Books. 
42 p. 6 plays. NM: Preface, 
rev. comDilation ... bibliography. 
© Macmillan Co.; 20Mar67; A973B01. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN GERMAN 
THEATRE; edited by Robert W. Corri- 
gan. New York, Collier Books. 
416 p. 5 plays. © on preface, 
rev. compilation & rev. bibliography; 
Macmillan Co.; 23Jan67; A973810. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN GERMAN 
THEATRE; edited by Robert W. Corri- 

§an. New York, Collier Books. 
16 p. 5 plays. © on rev. transla- 
tion, p. 325-412; Eric Bentley; 
23Jan67; A973809. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN IRISH 

THEATRE; edited by Robert W. Corrigan. 
New York, Collier Books. 317 p. 
5 plays. NM: preface, rev. compila- 
tion 8: bibliography. © Macmillan 
Co.; 20Mar67; A973805. 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN ITALIAN 
THEATRE; edited by Robert W. Corri- 
gan. New York, Collier Books. 
351 p. 6 plays. © on My theater, 
p.309-311; Mario Fratti; 20Mar67; 
A973812. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN ITALIAN 
THEATRE; edited by Robert W. Corri- 
gan. New York, Collier Books. 
351 p. 6 plays. © preface, rev. 
compilation, biographical notes on 
1 author, rev. bibliographies; 
Macmillan Co.; 20Mar67; A973811. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN RUSSIAN 
THEATRE; edited by Robert W. 
Corrigan. New York, Collier Books. 
41 4 p. 5 plays. NM: preface, rev. 
compilation & bibliography, new 
biographies of 2 authors . © Macmil- 
lan Co.; 23Jan67; A973806. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN SCANDINAV- 
IAN THEATRE; edited by Robert W. 
Corrigan. New York, Collier Books. 
480 p. 6 plays. NM: preface, 
rev. compilation ... bibliographies. 
© Macmillan Co.; 3Apr67; A973802. 



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MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN SPANISH 
THEATRE; edited by Robert W. Corri- 
gan. New York, Collier Books. 
384 p. 5 plays. © on preface, 
biographical notes on 2 authors, rev. 
compilation & rev. bibliography; 
Macmlllan Co.; 10Apr67; A973804. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN SPANISH 
THEATRE; edited by Robert W. Corri- 
gan. New York, Collier Books. 
384 p. ^ plays. © on translation; 
William I. Oliver; 10Apr67; A973803. 

MATCHMAKER . See 
HELLO, DOLLY. 

MATE A MINUTE, by Tobi Louis. 1 v. 

A musical play in 2 acts. Book k 

lyrics only. © Tobi Louis; l6jan68; 

DU70491. 
MATTATHIAS OF MODIN, a one act drama 

by Marc P. Smith. 411. © Marc P. 

Smith; 27May68; DUY1606. 

A MATTER OF TIME, a play in three acts 
by Ben Bradford (Benjamin Bradford) 
118 1. © Benjamin Bradford; 22May68; 
DU71611. 

MAX UND MORITZ, von Wilhelm Busch; 

ein Stuck fiir Kinder & Buschliebhaber 
von Glinther Penzoldt. Reinbek, Ger., 
Rowohlt Verlag. 76 p. 8 Bildern. 
© Rowohlt Verlag, O.M.B.H.; 10Apr68; 
DF1906. 

MAYPOPS LOVE SALT WATER, by W. Bruester 
Lyerly. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© William Bruester Lyerly; 15Apr68; 
DU71340. 

ME, JIM DANDY, by John Clifford. 
196 1. A play. Appl. author: 
Centron Corp., Inc., employer for 
hire . © Centron Corp . , Inc . ; 
12Jun68; DU71731. 
MECHANIC ON DUTY. See 

MOD. 
MEDICINE FOR BALDNESS AND HOW TO 
CHANGE SEX. See 
BELIEVE IT OR NOT. 
MEDITERRANEAN LANDS; recording scripts 
for School Service Division. 1 v. 
6 parts. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Organization. © Jam Handy Organ- 
ization; l6Feb68; C2C326. 

THE MEDUSA, a dramatic overture by 
Vivian Johannes. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Vivian Johannes; 10Apr68; 
DU71254. 

MEETING ON NEW IDEAS AND NEW PRODUCTS, 
by Ethel Paige & Rosalind Paige. 
2 sheets. Lecture. Appl. ti.: 
Lecture on new products. © Americana 
International Enterprises; HMar68; 
C20377 • 

MELEKH YISRAEL. See 
TO WAKE THE KING. 

MEMOIRS OF A COXCOMB, original screen- 
play by Charles Ross. 106 1. 
© Dick Randall; l4May68; DU71519. 

A MEMORY OF THE DROWNED, a divine 
comedy by Robert C. Lee. 1 v. 
2 pts. © Robert C. Lee; 25Mar68; 
DU71149. 

THE MENTAL MARVEL, a screenplay by 
Cedric Worth. 121 1. © Cedric 
Worth; 12Feb68; DU70764. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, a comedy by 
William Shakespeare. Magnatype ed . 
Pittsburgh, Stanwix House. 228 p. 

5 acts. NM: new introd., synopsis 

6 glossary. © Stanwix House, Inc.; 
l6Nov67; A691689. 

MERRY-GO-ROUND, by Arthur Robert 
Kirsch. 31 1. A play. © Arthur 
Robert Kirsch; 8Apr68; DU71238. 



METAPHORS, by Martin Duberman. 12 1. 
A play. © Martin Duberman; 13Feb68; 
DU70769. 

MICRO PLAYS. Vol.1. 24 original 

scenes for actors by Marshall Yaeger. 
Embassy Theatre Arts. 92 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as DU60554. NM: 
additional plays. © Marshall Yaeger; 
2Jan68; DP6705. 

MICRO PLAYS. Vol.2. 24 original 

scenes for actors by Marshall Yaeger. 
Embassy Theatre Arts, p.93-183. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as DU60554. 
NM: additional plays. © Marshall 
Yaeger; 2Jan68; DP6706. 

MIDNIGHT AT TIMES SQUARE, by Anastasios 
Tsikniadopoulos. 50 1. A play. 
© Anastasios Tsikniadopoulos; 2Apr68; 
DU71147 . 

MJD-SUMMER, a musical version of 
Shakespeare's A midsummer night's 
dream by Paul Arthur Jensen. 
1 v. © Paul A. Jensen; 28Mar68; 
DU71150. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, a comedy 
by William Shakespeare. Magnatype 
ed. Pittsburgh, Stanwix House. 
187 p. 5 acts. NM: new introd., 
synopsis & glossary. © Stanwix 
House, Inc.; l6Nov67; A961688. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, edited, in- 
troduced 8c with facing-page notes by 
Edmund Fuller. New York, Dell Pub. 
Co. (4103) 223 p. (Invitation to 
Shakespeare) (The Laurel-leaf li- 
brary) 5 acts. NM: introd., annota- 
tion, bibliography. © Edmund Fuller; 
l8Apr68; A99§987. 

MIDSUMMER NIGHT.IS DREAM. See 
MID -SUMMER. 

MIDWAY, by Joseph Brockett. 27 1. 
A play. © Joseph Brockett; l4Mar68; 
DU71027- 

MIKEY AND NICKY, a play by Elaine May. 
53 1. 15 scenes. © Elaine May; 
22Apr68; DU71384 . 

MILES STANDISH; operetta in one act by 
Edward Mack. 1 v. © Edward Mack; 
24May68; DU71599. 

THE MILLION DOLLAR CORPSE, a comedy in 
three acts by Edward Sherby. 1 v. 
© Edward Sherby; 7Mar68; DU70975 • 

MILTIE AND SAL, a musical play by 
James Camp and Raphael D'Ambruoso. 
1 v. 2 acts. © James Edwin Camp & 
Raphael Ralph D'Ambruoso, Jr.; 
17Jun68; DU71809. 

MINDING THE STORE, OLDS STYLE; record- 
ing script for Oldsmoblle Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 12 1. 
© Oldsmoblle Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 29Jan68; C20262. 

MIKDSWAP. See 
IS MARVIN. 

THE MINI -MAGIC HEIRESS, by Francine 
Trevens. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Francine L. Trevens; 15 Apr 68; 
DU71219. 

THE MINK CAPER, by Jay Stuart & Gene 
Mack (Eugene B. Mack) 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Eugene B. Mack & Jay 
Stuart; 9Apr68; DU71248. 

MINNESOTA IN A BLUE SONATA, a comedy 
' In three acts by Herman M. Weisman. 

103 1. © Herman S. Weisman; 

lApr68; DU71180. 

MINOR MURDER, a crime play in two acts 
by Reginald Denham & Mary Orr (Mary 
Orr Denham) London, S. French. 
74 p. (French's acting ed.) 
© Reginal Denham 8c Mary Orr; 28Dec67; 
DP6703. 



MINUET AND TRIO, a play in two parts 
by Dennis J. Reardon. 1 v. 
© Dennis J. Reardon; 15Feb68; DU70794. 

MINUTE MOTIVATION, TODAY'S PHILOSOPHY 
FOR GOOD LIVING, by Walter L. Weaver. 
26 1. A monologue. © Walter L. 
Weaver; 15Mar68;. C20427. 

MIRIAM, a ballet in three acts by 
Margery Carleson. 1 v. With 
music. © Margery Carleson; 6May68; 
DU71466. 

THE MIRROR, by Frank Pfeiffer. 12 1. 
A screenplay. © Frank Pfeiffer; 
26Feb68; DU70989. 

MIRRORS IN THE FOG, a play in eleven 
scenes arranged in three acts by 
Bernhard Steinberg. 109 1. © Bern- 
hard Steinberg; 17May68; DU71540. 

LE MISANTHROPE (The misanthrope) By 
Moliere; rendered into English by 
Henri Van Laun. A bilingual ed. 
New York [appl. states: Barcelona] 
French 8c European Publications. 
145 p. (FEP bilingual series, 2) 
5 acts. Appl. author: Albert E. 
Avigdor. NM: compilation & arrange- 
ment. © French &. European Publica- 
tions, Inc.; l4Mar68; AI-10910. 

MISE EN SCENE, by Nora Nafzger. 23 1. 
English. © Nora Nafzger; 4Mar68; 
DU70943. 

THE MISER, by Moliere, a new adaptation 
by Jerry Heymann. 5o 1. 5 acts. 
© Jerry Heymann; 2May68; DU71434 . 

MISS ALL-AMERICAN ROSE; original book 
for a musical comedy by David L. 
Goodrich 8c Charles S. Osborn. 1 v. 
2 acts. © David L. Goodrich & 
Charles S. Osborn; 15May68; 
DU71467. 

MISS GOODY TWO-SHOES; pt. 1, by Jack 
Hanrahan 8: Phil Hahn. 4 1. 
© Grainger Music; 31Jan68; C20241. 

MISS GOODY TWO-SHOES; pt. 2, by Jack 
Hanrahan 8c Phil Hahn. 3 1. 
© Grainger Music; 31Jan68; C20242. 

MISS JULIE; opera in two acts by Ned 
Rorem, libretto by Kenward Elmslie, 
based on the play by August Strind- 
berg. Boosey & Hawkes. 224 p. 
Vocal score. © Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 
19Apr68; DP6712. 

THE MISSING NOTE, by Jane Staab. 2 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. © Jane 
Staab; 17Jun68; DU7l8ll. 

MR. AMAZING, a novel TV show by Jack 
Rozene. 8 1. Recording script. 
© Jack Rozene; 4Apr68; C20472. 

MR. ANDERSON, WHAT ARE YOU DOING? By 
James Wellman. 64 1. A play in 2 
acts. © James Wellman; 27May68; 
DU71605. 

MR. COOL, CALM AND COLLECTED, by Henry 
May, Jr. 3 sheets. A script. 
© Henry May, Jr.; lMar68; C20397 . 

MR. HYDE, by Russell Graves. 92 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Russell Graves; 
17Jan68; DUYO658. 

MR. LINCOLN, a drama in three acts by 
Marjorie Kontos. 98 1. © Marjorie 
Kontos; 27Mar68; DU71139- 

MR. LINCOLN Sc GENERAL LEE HAVE A TALK, 

by H. H. Cooper. 5 1. A play. 

© Harold Heaton Cooper; HJan68; 
DU70502. 

MR. LINCOLN, MR. SANDBURG, by Ray 
Caparros (Raymond J. Caparros) 
102 1. A play in 2 acts. © Raymond 
J. Caparros; 26Dec67; DU70408. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan. — June 



MISTER PRESIDENT. See 

A LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT. 

ISTERIO (EL SACRAMENTO) DEL 
BAUTISMO, by Father George J. Owen. 
17 1. ) Father George J. Owen; 
27Feb68; A977t36. 

MRS. HURLEY THE SPINSTER, a mystery 
drama by Caleb Smith a.k.a. Jerry 
T. Chandler. 1 v. 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 15Aug67, DU69408. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Jerry 
T. Chandler; 24Jan68; DU70637. 

MRS. PLATO, a play by G. M. Loney. 
74 1. A screenplay. © Glenn 
Meredith Loney; 6May68; DU71465. 

THE MISUNDERSTANDING, Arthur E. Dodds . 
31 1. A play. © Arthur E. Dodds; 
15Apr68; DU71296. 

MITE BOX CLINIC, by Helen Seitter 
Stocklen. 4 1. © Helen Seitter 
Stocklen; 6Mar68; A985590. 

MIXED MARRIAGE; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Annie Mae Washington. 31 1. 
© Annie Mae Washington; 3Jun68; 
DU71655. 

MOD (Mechanic on duty), by John P. 
Zazzara. 3 1. Recording script. 
3 John P. Zazzara; 22Mar68; C20428. 

MODEL, by Derek Roome, pseud, of 
Douglas R. Empringham. 16 1. 
A play. © Douglas R. Empringham; 
12Jan68; DU70735. 

MODERN COUNTRY HOMES, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Ora Doddson. 30 1. 
ra Doddson; 5Apr68; DU71224. 

MODERN MEMORY INSTITUTE, a short course 
in memory cataloging by Ray Quiett. 
1 v. © Kenneth Ray Quiett; 22Apr68; 
C20520. 

MODERN SPANISH THEATRE, an anthology of 
plays edited by Michael Benedikt & 
George E. Wellwarth. New York, Dut- 
ton. 416 p. NM: compilation & in- 
troductions. © Michael Benedikt & 
George E. Wellwarth; l4Mar68; 
A999044 . 

MODIGLIANI, a play in two acts by 
Dennis Mclntyre. 122 1. © Dennis 
Mc In tyre; 25Mar68; DU71164. 

MOLIERE; Oder, Die Kabale der Schein- 
heiligen. Schauspiel von Michail 
Bulgakow. Deutsche Fassung von Nadia 
& Michail Ignatieff. Hamburg, Buhnen- 
& Musikverlage Sikorski. 114 p. Ger- 
man. © Btthnen- & Musikverlage Sikor- 
ski, K.G.; 27Mar68; AFO-54468. 

MOMENT OF DECISION; drama in one act 
by Stephen Thomas, pseud, of Stephen 
Tymoshek. 39 1. © Stephen 
Tymoshek; HMar68; DU71004. 

MOMENTS, a one-act play, without 
dialogue, ten moments to perform 
by H. G. Marble. 7 1. © Herbert 
G. Marble; 2Jan68; DU70512. 

MONEY IS NOTHING, a one hour teleplay 
by Victor A. Pompilio. 43 1. 
3 acts. © Victor A. Pompilio; 
7May68; DU71423. 

MONEY MANAGEMENT FOR THE GOLDEN YEARS, 
by Bill Quails (William H. Quails) 
8 1. 3 V.'m. H. Quails; 19Feb68; 
C20399. 

THE MONEY TREE, a play in three acts 
by Carl Neumann. 103 1. © Carl A. 
Neumann; 12Apr68; DU71286. 



THE MONKEES, AUSTRALIA BOUND, by 
Mary Campbell. 11 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Mary Campbell; 30Jan68; 
DU70693. 

THE MONKEYS OF THE ORGAN GRINDER, by 
Kenneth Bernard. 16 1. A play. 
© Kenneth Bernard; l8jan68; DU70577. 

MONSIEUR G.A. A X; scenario par George 
Kaczender 8c Alex Pelletier. 234 1. 
Adapte du roman de Tlbor Dery 
G.A. ur X-ben. Appl. states prev. 
pub. 1965, no. 1659. NM: addition 8c 
revision. © George Kaczender & 
Mrs. Alex Pelletier; l8Apr68; 
DU71316. 

MOON, a play in one act by Robert 
Heide, pseud, of Robert William 
Heitke. 17 1. © Robert William 
Heitke; 9Feb68; DU70758. 

MOON DAISY, an original screenplay by 
Avraham Inlender. 95 1. © Avraham 
Inlender; l4Mar68; DU71029- 

MOON IN PISCES, a non sequitur in one 
act by D. Jason Vinley. 66 1. 
© Dennis Jason Vinley; 26Jun68; 
DU71870. 

MOONBEAMS AREN'T FOR SAVING; an orig- 
inal musical play for television. 
Book, music & lyrics by Anthony T. 
Polistina. 1 v. 17 scenes. ©An- 
thony T. Polistina; 25Jun68; DU71822. 

THE MOONLIGHTERS; original screenplay 
by J. N. Johnston, adapted by A. Las- 
zlo. 152 1. © John N. Johnston & 
Andrew Laszlo; 10Jun68; DU71743. 



THE MOONSHINER'S DAUGHTER, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Emma Hatfield. 32 1. 
© Emma Hatfield; 26Jan68; DU70663. 

MORALITY ROUTINES, by Howard Bloom. 
1 v. A monolog. © Howard Bloom; 
14Feb68; C20321. 

MORE, A WOMAN (Nymphomanie) First 
draft screenplay by Charles Ross. 
99 1- Based on original story by 
Dick Randall. © Dick Randall; 
29Apr68; DU71442. 

MORE BOOKS FOR THE BUCK, MORE BUCKS 
FOR THE BOOKS, by Henry J. Perry. 
7 1. © Henry J. Perry; 22Jan68; 
C20311. 

MORE PLAYS BY RIVALS OF CORNEILLE AND 
■ RACINE, translated into English 
blank verse with Introductions by 
Lacy Lockert. Nashville, Vanderbilt 
University Press. 694 p. NM: trans- 
lations, prefaces. © Lacy Lockert; 
20May68; A991589- 

MORE THAN A DAY, by Carolyn Roy Schnei- 
der. 1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Carolyn Roy Schneider; 21Jun68: 
DU71851. 

MORNING MAN, by James H. Meyer. Sheet. 
A chant. © Beauregard Music Co.; 
HMar68; C20401. 

THE MOST WANTED WOMAN; documentary tel- 
eplay by Charles Robblns, in associ- 
ation with James Flowers. 43 1. 
© Charles Robbins & James Flowers; 
24jun68; DU71859. 

MOTH, by Marjorie A. Gilchrist 
(Marjorie A. Gilchrist Terry) 
13 1. A play in 2 scenes. 
© Marjorie A. Gilchrist; lApr68; 
DU71184. 



THE MOTHER, by Bertolt Brecht, with 
notes by the author, translated & 
with an lntrod. by Lee Baxandall. 
New York, Grove Press. 158 p. 
(An Evergreen black cat book) 
15 pts. Book 8: lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 23Nov59, DU49996. 
NM: translation 8c introd. © Lee 
Baxandall; 22Nov65; DP6619. 

THE MOTHER OF THE DIVORCEE, a comedy 
by Chas. A. Pulaski. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Charles A. Pulaski; 20May68; 
DU71553- 

MOTHER WHITTIER'S MEETING, a historical 
play In three scenes by Henry Bailey 
Stevens. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
41 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
12Jun68; DP6726. 

MOTIVATION: FORCES IN ACTION, a series 
of television lectures on psychology 
by Kenneth J. Gergen. 1-15. 1 v. 
© Kenneth J. Gergen; 22Apr68; C20521. 

THE MOVEMENT, by Michael P. Higgins. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Michael 
Patrick Higgins; 22Mar68; DU71094 . 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, by William 
Shakespeare, general introd. by 
David G. Pitt, Introd. by Beryl 
Rowland, note by Lucy M. Fitzpatrick. 
New York, Airmont Pub. Co. 134 p. 
(Airmont Shakespeare classics series, 
S20) NM: art work & introd. 
© Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 24Jul67; 
A976788. 

MURDER IMPERATIVE, a play in six 
scenes by Jane Erickson. 62 1. 
© Jane Erickson; 22Apr68; DU71383. 

A MURDER MOST FOUL; or, A time to die, 
a time to cry. A three act play that 
reveals how a Chief of State was 
assassinated ... by Stanley J. 8c Ethel 
M. Marks. 81 1. © Stanley J. Marks 
& Ethel M. Marks; 19Feb68; DU7O838. 
MURDEROUS ANGELS, a political tragedy 

& comedy in black & white by Conor 

Cruise O'Brien. 200 1. 5 acts. 

© Conor Cruise O'Brien; 22Mar68; 

DU71173. 

THE MURGATROYD INCIDENT, by Wendell 
Metzger. 84 1. A play. © Wendell 
Metzger; 4Mar68; DU70903. 

MURPHY, by Loren D. Reyher. 120 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Loren D. 
Reyher; 5Apr68; DU71225. 

MUSEUM PIECE. 6 1. A play. Appl. 
author: Second City, Inc. © Second 
City, Inc.; 17Jan68; DU70572. 

THE MUSIC BOX, by Stacey B. Day. 
Montreal, Cultural 8: Educational 
Productions. 73 P« 3 acts. 
© Stacey B. Day; lDec67; DP6704. 

MUSIC TO SKI GIRLS BYE; based on an 
idea by J. C. Gagnier. 1 v. © Jo- 
seph C. Gagnier; 20Jun68; DU71841. 

A MUSICAL VERSION OF HENRY FIELDING'S 
TRAGEDY OF TRAGEDIES; or, The life 
and death of Tom Thumb the Great. 
Adaptation of book & lyrics by Nishan 
Parlakian, original music 8: songs by 
Marvin Salzberg. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Nishan Parlakian & Marvin Salzberg; 
25Apr68; DU71402. 

MUTATION. See 

FREAKOUT - FREAK-IN. 

MY BASTARD BROTHER, by Joseph Patrick, 
pseud, of Joseph Patrick Lamb. 
72 1. A play in 3 acts. © Joseph 
Patrick Lamb; 22May68; DU71568. 



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MY BODY YOU MAY GAIN, MY MIND I WILL 
CONTROL, by Jerry Carter (Gerald C. 
Carter) 48 1. A play In 2 acts. 
© Gerald Clay Carter; 15Jan68; 
0070541. 

MY BUNKER BUDDY, composed by Hazel L. 
Cottington. Sheet. © Hazel L. 
Cottington; 27May68; C20608. 

MY DARLING DAUGHTER; story adaptation & 
lyrics by Pherbla Filer, music by Jay 
Miller. 1 v. © Jay Miller 8: Pherbia 
Filer; l4Mar68; DU71030. 

MY FAIR LADY GOES WEST, by Margaret 
E. Davis & David Townsend. Dallas, 
Greater Southwest Church Music 
Service. 30 p. 10 scenes. Includes 
music & lyrics to 2 songs. ©.Margaret 
E. Davis & David Townsend; 5Jan68; 
DP6592. 

MY FIRST DATE, by Pat Cooper. 2 1. 
Monologue. © Unart Music Corp. & 
Stu-pid Music, Inc.; 12Jan68; 
C20159. 

MY LAST TOUR, by Joe Chitwood. 2 1. 
© Joe Chitwood; 20May68; C20596. 

MY LITTLE BOY, MY BIG GIRL; a play 
by Naomi and David Roblson. From 
stories by Carl Ewald . 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Naomi S. Roblson & David V. Robison; 
20Jun68; DU71833. 

MY LORD, MY LOVE, GOD, by Maharishi 
Mahesh Yogi. 45 1. A monologue. 
© Maharishi Mahesh Yogi; 13Nov6Y; 
C20370 . 

MY MR. LINCOLN; historical drama by 
Lee Vail (Lea Vail Black) 109 1. 
2 acts. © Lea Vail Black; 15Jan68; 
DU70532. 

MY MOTHER IS AFTER MY HUSBAND, by Robert 

M. Brown. 155 1. A play in 3 acts. 

© Robert M. Brown; 5Apr68; DU71223- 

MY PAW DONE LEARN 'T ME PROPER, a one 

hour television play by Victor A. 

Pompilio. 37 1. © Victor A. 

Pompilio; 23Jan68; DU70626. 

MY THEATER. See 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN ITALIAN 
THEATRE. 

MY UNCLE ANTONIO, by Daniel M. 

Fiorlta. 132 1. A play in 5 acts. 

© Daniel M. Fiorita; 3Jan68; 

DU70438. 
MYELOPROLIFERATIVE DISEASES, DIAGNOSIS 

OF THE MYELOPROLIFERATIVE DISORDERS, 

by Isadore Brodsky, lecturer. 1 v. 

Recording script. © Medi-Disc, Inc.; 

2Feb68; C20295 • 

MYRTILUS, a play in one act by Edward 
Tie Grazia. (In Voyages, fall 1967, 
P. 73-99) © Edward de Grazia; 
8Dec6~7; DP6661. 

THE MYSTERIES; made from the Lincoln 
cycle of mystery plays by E. Martin 
Browne. London, S. French. (French's 
acting edition) 49 p. © E. Martin 
Browne; 28Dec66; DF1911. 

THE MYSTERIOUS WATERMELON; or, The 
Atkins family. A TV screenplay by 
Van Dyck Story. 1 v. 25 scenes. 
Book only. © Van Dyck Story; 
6Dec67; DU70596. 

MYSTICS OF THE ICE TEMPLES; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Joy B. Moody. 32 1. 
© Joy B. Moody; 3Jun68; DU71671. 



N 



NEW FACES, by Tom Whitman 
and say series, 1-39-2' 
Book Co.; HJun68; C20I 



5 1. 



(See 



and say series, 1-39-2) © American 
691. 



DIE NACHT VOR SARAJEWO; Schauspiel in 
ftlnf Akten von Kurt Becsi. Wien, 
Universal Edition (14724) 100 p. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; 9Nov67; 

DFO-I603. 

NADIA, a screenplay by Christopher 
Swan. 88 1. © Christopher Swan; 
2tApr68; DU7139* • 
THE NAME GAME, by Charles Nolan. 
2 sheets. Television script. 
© Charles W. Nolan; 22Mar68; 
C20490. 

THE NAME OF BENEDETTI, a play in one 
act by Thomas F. Spinelle. 1 v. 
© Thomas F. Spinelle; 15Apr68; 
DU71302. 

THE NAME OF THE GAME IS SELL YOUR OWN 
HOME, by Augustine M. Pena & Louis 
Segreto. 4 1. © Augustine M. Pena 
& Louis Segreto; 12Jan68; C20195- 

THE NAME OF THE GAME IS SELL YOUR OWN 
HOME, by Augustine M. Pena & Louis 
Segreto. 3 1. Commercial script. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 12Jan68, 
C20195. NM: adaptation for general 
use. © Augustine M. Pena & Louis 
Segreto; 26Feb68; C20344. 

NASSER WAITS FOR RABIN. See 
NAZER MECHAKE LERABIN. 

THE NATURAL LOOK, a comedy in two 
acts by Lee Thuna (Leonora Thuna) 
New York, S. French. 109 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 20Jul65, 
DU63555. © Leonora Thuna; 29Dec67; 
DP6688. 

THE NATURE OF THE BEAST, by Irving 
Greenberg. 125 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Irving Greenberg; 29Jan68; 
DU70687 . 

NAVRUKH VELIKDEN; dramatizatsifa v 4 
deistvifa by Stefan Shishkov. 69 1. 
Title transliterated. © Stefan 
Shishkov; l8Apr68; DU71395. 

NAZER MECHAKE LERABIN. (Nasser waits for 
Rabin), by Hayim Hefer. 2 sheets. 
© Hayim Hefer; 17Jan68; C20234. 

NEEDS, by Steven M. Jacobson. Drama- 
tists Play Service. 25 p. A play 
in one act. © Steven M. Jacobson; 
25Jan68; DP659I. 

NEIGH.' NEIGH.' An original story 

written & adapted for television by 
Mrs. A. B. Crawford. 30 1. 
© Mrs. A. B. Crawford; 3Jun68; 
DU71674. 

NELL GWYN IN HELL, by Queenelle T. 
Minet. 64 1. A play. © Queenelle 
T. Minet; 19Apr68; DU71353. 

NEVER SAY NO TO A LADY, a musical comedy 
based on the life of Elizabeth 
Cady Stanton; book, lyrics, music 
& orchestral score by Joseph J. 
Lynch. 1 v. 2 acts. © Joseph J. 
Lynch; 25Mar68; DU7H71. 

NEW COMEDIES FOR TEEN-AGERS, a collec- 
tion of one-act, royalty-free 
comedies, farces and melodramas by 
Earl J. Dias. Boston, Plays. 322 p. 
© Earl J. Dias; 19Jun67; A975808. 



A NEW DAWN, a drama in two acts by 
George Morantz. 1 v. © George 
Morantz; 25Jan68; DU70647. 

NEW DIRECTIONS; musical revue, book 
8c lyrics by Richard E. Nystrom, 
music by D. David McKeever. 1 v. 
© Richard E. Nystrom & D. David 
McKeever; 7May68; DU71473. 



NEW FAMILY IN TOWN, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mildred E. Flagg. 30 1. © Mildred 
E. Flagg; 26Jan§8; DU70680. 

THE NEW HUMANITIES AND THE 21ST CEN- 
TURY, by Robert Saudek. 13 1. A 
speech. © Robert Saudek; 24Jun68; 
C20702 . 

THE NEW MORALITY, by Leonard L. Perl- 
mutter. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Leonard L. Perlmutter; 30Apr68; 
DU71415. 

THE NEWSPAPER IN THE CLASSROOM: ELE- 
MENTARY OR MIDDLE SCHOOL; lecture & 
oral delivery by Myrtle C. Craig. 
9 1. © Myrtle C. Craig; 30Apr68; 
C20530. 

NEXT TIME, COME YESTERDAY, a screen- 
play by R. A. G. Pintane. 1 v. 
© R. A. G. Pintane; l8jan68; 
DU70587. 

NICKY; music by Ted Harris (Theodore 
Harris), lyrics by Frank Longo, 
book by Don Wilcox. From the story 
Nicky by W. L. Van Atta. 2 v. 
2 acts. © Theodore Harris 8c Frank 
Longo; 3Jun68; DU71652. 

THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, a musical 
for children. Book, music & lyrics 
by Florence Jarratt. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Florence Jarratt; 31May68; 
DU71636. 

NIGHT OF THE DOLLS, a fantasy drama in 
one act by F. E. M. Agnew. London, 
English Theatre Guild. 20 p. 
© F. E. M. Agnew; 5Jan68; DP6599. 

955 SELF-PROPELLED WINDROWER; record- 
ing script for J. I. Case Co. by 
Jam Handy Organization. 9 1. 
© J. I. Case Co.; 29Jan68; C20256. 

THE 1968 CHEVROLET DATA BOOK, YOUR 
ROUTE TO FULL-LINE SELLING! Record- 
ing script for Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 8 1. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 29Jan68; C20258. 

NO DOUBLE PARKING, by George Comora, 
pseud, of Jay Dratler. 141 1. A 
screenplay. © Jay Dratler; 13Jun68; 
DU71771. 

NO LONGER AT EASE, a play in one act 
by Hilda Benson Powicke. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 37 P. (Baker's 
royalty plays) From Journey of the 
Magi, by T. S. Eliot. NM: revision 
& addition. © Hilda Benson Powicke; 
23Jan68; DP6605. 

NO PATH TO HEAVEN, a courtroom drama 
by Max L. Berges. 130 1. 4 acts. 
© Max L. Berges; 8May68; DU71481. 

NO PILLOW FOR HIS HEAD, a Christmas 
drama in four scenes by Dorothy 
Wills Jenks. Kansas City, Mo., 
Lillenas Pub. Co. 16 p. © Lillenas 
Pub. Co., a registered trade name 
of the Nazarene Pub. House; 
lApr68; DP6684 . 

NO SECOND-CLASS CITIZENS WHEN IT COMES 
TO OWNER RELATIONS; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 12 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 9May68; C20556. 

NO SMOKE, a play in one act by Derek 
Wellman. London, S. French. (French's 
acting edition) 33 1. © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 28Dec67; DF1909- 



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Jan. — June 



NO SMOKING PLEASE, by Pat Cooper. 
Monologue. © Unart Music Corp. & 
Stu-pld Music, Inc.; 12Jon68; 
C20160. 

NO SNAKES IN THIS GRASS, by Jim Mag- 
nuson (James L. Magnuson) 24 1. A 
play. © James L. Magnuson; 12Jun68; 
DU71762. 

NOAH, by Larry Markowltz (Lawrence S. 
Markowltz) Sheet. © Lawrence S. 
Markowltz; 6May68; C20544 . 



NONE DO THERE EMBRACE, by Carson David- 
son. 51 1. A screenplay. © Carson 
Davidson; 17 Apr68; DU71J25- 

DIE NONNEN; Moralitat in sieben Stufen 
mit Vorspiel, Nachspiel und Schlus- 
shymne von Eaghor G. Kostetzky. 
[Austria] Universal Edition (14685) 
114 p. © Universal Edition, A.G.- 
27Jun67; DFO-1586. 

NOT BY BREAD ALONE; short subject 
screenplay by Ryan Bradley, pseud, 
of Ruth E. Odegaard. 15 1. 
© Ruth E. Odegaard; 3Jan68; 

DU704 35. 

NOT LIKE OTHER MEN, a play in one act 
by Enid Staff. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) 23 p. 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 28Dec67; 
DF1907 . 

NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY, 
by Richard Steele-Reed. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 9Feb67, DU67809. NM: 
revision. © Richard Steele-Reed; 
14Feb68; DU70779. 
NOT UNTIL, a drama in one set & three 
acts by Harold Sherman. 1 v. 
© Harold Sherman; l4Mar68; DU710J2. 

THE NOTE. Author, Louis J. Adessa. 
Sheet. © Jepalana Productions, 
Inc.; 13May68; C2O605 . 

NOTHING LIKE A DRAGON, a teleplay by 
L. Adams, Jr. 57 1. 4 acts. 
© Laurence Toliver Adams, Jr.; 
17Jan68; DU70567. 

NOTHING PERSONAL, a comedy by George 
Trinin. 1 v. 3 acts. © George 
Trinin; 12Mar68; DU71016. 

NOTHING PERSONAL, a musical comedy by 
E. Sharpe. 35 1. 3 acts. © Eileen 
C. Sharpe; 28May68; DU71549. 

NOTHING TO CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM. See 
TOO FOOLS WHO GAINED A MEASURE OF 
WISDOM . 

NOVEMBER PEOPLE, a play in three acts 
by Roma Greth. 84 1. © Roma Greth; 
24Jan68; DU70638. 

NOW IS THE TIME FOR ALL GOOD MEN; book 
& lyrics by Gretchen Cryer, music 
by Nancy Ford (Nancy Ford Charles) 
1 v. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 22Mar66, DU65456. NM: addition. 

:-:i Music Corp.; 13FebS8; 
DU70736. 

NOW THAT I'VE FOUND YOU AM I STILL A 
RELATIVE; story & screenplay by Joe 
Greene. 56 1. (Concho County) 
Appl. author: Robert N. Sherman 
a.k.a. Reed Sherman, employer for 

Lre. Robert N. Sh«r IMar68; 
DU71110. 



o 



NYMPH AND THE GOVERNESS. 
ANGEL. 

NYMPHOMANTE. See 
MORE, A WOMAN. 



See 



BITTER SEEDS OF FURY, by Dave Hicks 
(David Hicks) 106 1. A play in 
3 acts. © David Hicks; 24Jan68; 
DU70708. 

HOLY NIGHT, a program of Christmas 
carols & their stories by Arthur L. 
Zapel, Jr. 13 p. Book only. 
Appl. author: Arthur Meriwether, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc.; 20Sep67; DP6627 . 

HUNTER, by Fred Haskins. 1 v. A 
play in 3 acts. © Fred Haskins; 
lMay68; DU71426. 
0, JUAN; A new musical about the man 
whose name was a four-letter word, 
a moral fable, book & music by 
Kenneth Chomont, lyrics by Cherryl 
Bound & Ken Chomont. Inspired by 
the poem by George Gordon Byron. 
1 v. 6 scenes. © Kenneth L. 
Chomont; 28May68; DU71617. 

THE OBJECTOR, a play in two acts by 
David J. Dawson. 1 v. © David- J. 
Dawson; lFeb68; DU70717. 

OBSERVATION, by Jay Miller. 15 1. 
Script. © Jay Miller; l4Mar68; 
C20400. 

ODYSSEY ON THE HOME FRONT, a mixed - 
media play in three acts by Ruth L. 
Stern. 1 v. ©Ruth L. Stern; 
17Jun68; DU71803. 

OEDIPE, de Gide. La machine infernale, 
de Cocteau. Introd. & notes by Wil- 
liam S. Bell. New York, Dell Pub. Co. 
(6546) !2l8 p. (The Laurel language 
library. French series, general edi- 
tor, Germaine Bree) 2 plays. Appl. 
author: Dell Pub. Co., Inc., employer 
for hire. NM: chronology, introd., 
notes & bibliography. © Dell Pub. 
Co., Inc.; 21Mar6B; A998992. 
OEDIPUS THE KING. See 

TRAGEDY, HISTORY AND ROMANCE. 
OF MAN AND WOMAN, LOVE AND INTRIGUE. 
See 

THE HIDDEN FACES. 
OF PILGRIMS AND INDIANS, a musical play 
by Kenneth Newbern & Lisa Kuhmerker. 
115 1. 3 acts. © Kenneth Newbern & 
Lisa Kuhmerker; 15Mar68; DU71035. 
OF PRISONS AND MEN, a play in three 
acts by James D. Baines. 1 v. 
© James D. Baines; 2Jan68; DU70425. 
OFFICE HOLIDAY- See 

FOCUS ON SEX. 
OFFICER, I THINK THE EMPIRE STATE IS 
FOLLOWING MEI Book for a musical 
by Darrell Random. 100 1. 2 acts. 
© Darrell Random; 27Feb68; DU70959. 

OH BILLY, OH TOMMY, by Leo W. Steiner. 
27 1. A play in 3 acts. © Leo 
Watman Steiner; 8Apr68; DU71280. 

OH, 'DEM GOLDEN SLIPPERS; or, Portrait 
of a dead mother, a play in 2 acts 
by Robert J. J. Thompson. 100 1. 
© Robert J. Thompson; 28jun68; 
DU71884 . 

OHJ GODMOTHER! Or, Fairy. tales my 
mother never told me. An entertain- 
ment by Richard Fullmer. 32 1. 
© Richard D. Fullmer; 22Apr68; 
DU71377 . 

OH: LEROY: By Justin Tarr a.k.a. 

J. Howard K. Barnes (Flavius, pseud.) 
145 1. A screenplay. © Justin Tarr 
(Ramtar Productions); 3May68; 
DU71450. 



OH LITTLE STAR, by John E. Schorield. 
Sheet. A verse. Music from original 
setting by Joseph Mohr & Franz 
Gruber. © John E. Schofield; 9Feb68; 
C20302. 

OH, MR. SVENGALi: NO, MR. SVENGALI: 

A musical based on the novel Trilby 

by George du Maurier, by Cyril I. 

Mipaas & N. L. Mllner; book & lyrics 

by Mipaas & Milner. 54 1. 

10 scenes. Book & lyrics only. 

© C. I. Mapaas & N. L. Milner; 

17Apr68; DU71269. 
OH MY MINNIE, a comedy by Louis Conte. 

100 1. 2 acts. © Louis Conte; 

21Mar68; DU71086. 

OHIA TREE, a drama in three acts by 
Christopher Lynn, pseud, of Dorothy 
C. Baker. 54 1. © D. C. Baker; 
12Jun68; DU71755. 

OIL IS WHERE YOU FIND IT, BLADE 

DAGGERSHAW. See 

THE CIGARETTE FIEND. 
OIL WELLS AND CATTLE ON A GOLF COURSE. 

See 

US GOLFERS CURSE YOU, WIDOW KIMSOCK. 

OL' ABE LINCOLN, by Rhoda Hart. 6 1. 
A play. © Rhoda Hart; 2Apr68; 
DU7H91. 

OLD GRANPA AND OLD GRANDMA, by Rhoda 
Hart. 6l. A play. © Rhoda Hart; 
llJan68; DU70525. 

THE OLD MAID'S PAD, by Rhoda Hart. 
4 1. A play. © Rhoda Hart; 
29Jan68; DU71214. 

THE OLD MAID'S VISIT, by Rhoda Hart. 
8 1. A play. © Rhoda Hart; 
29Jan68; DU71215- 

OLD SWIMMIN' HOLE, by Junior Samples & 
Cliff Williamson. Sheet. Recitation. 
© Peach Music, Inc.; 3Jun68; C20635 . 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT KNOWN; book, 
music & lyrics by Dick Rogers. 1 v. 
A musical play. © Virginia City 
Music Co.; 15Mar68; DuTlll 1 *. 

OLYMPIC GODS, PT.l. See 

WHY WE STUDY IT; ORIGINS OF THE GODS; 
THE OLYMPIC GODS, PT.l. 

ON-PREMISE INSTITUTE, by Brian F. Rea. 
3 sheets. A monolog. © Brian F. 
Rea; l6May68; C20572. 

ON THAT DAY, by Olov Hartman; trans- 
lated by Brita Stendahl. Philadel- 
phia, Fortress Press. 48 p. A drama 
in 8 songs. Translated from the 
Swedish Bararen, by Olov Hartman. 
NM: translation. © Fortress Press; 
Uun68; A9965II. 

ON THE BLIND; or, Claim-to-fame gal. 
By Robinson Stockham (Linda J. 
Stockham) 120 1. A screenplay. 
© Linda J. Stockham; 25Jan68; 
DU70650. 

ON THE FRINGE OF HELL; one act play 

by Beverly Dickerson. 1 v. 

© Beverly Dickerson; l8Apr68; 

DU71332. 
ONCE AND FUTURE KING. See 

IDYLLS OF THE KING. 

ONCE UPON A HARVEST-TIME, a gentle, 
musical diversion based on The 
courtship of Miles Standish by Henry 
Wadsworth Longfellow, book & lyrics 
by Dick Turmail, music composed by 
Jim Lynn. 39 1- 5 acts. © Jim 
Lynn & Dick Turmail; 4Apr68; DU71212. 



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ONCE UPON A PLAYGROUND, a comedy in one 
act by Jack Frakes. New York, 
S. French. 28 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 17Jul6l, DU53560. © Jack 
Frakes; 30Dec66; DP6700. 

ONCE UPON A TIME, a play In 2 acts by 
Peretz Hirshbein, adapted from the 
Yiddish by Nahum Yablonovitz. 
89 1. © Nahum Yablonovitz; 6May68; 
DU71407. 

ONE DAMNED THING AFTER ANOTHER, an 
original musical comedy; book & 
lyrics by Fletcher Flynn & Terry 
Kahn; music by Irwin Webb. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Fletcher Richard Flynn; 19Dec67; 
DU70607 . 

ONE GOLD TOOTH IS A FORTUNE, TWO IS 
TROUBLE; story Sc screenplay by Joe' 
Greene. 50 1. (Concho County) 
Appl. author: Robert N. Sherman 
a.k.a. Reed Sherman, employer for 
hire. © Robert N. Sherman; 29Mar68; 
DU71111. 

150 MACDOUGAL, by Denise Decker & 

Robert Lawson. 1 v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Denise Decker & Robert Lawson; 
13May68; DU71502. 

ONE KNIGHT OUT, by Norman Thomas Brecht. 
4 1. A screenplay. © Norman Thomas 
Brecht; 24jan68; DU70562. 

ONE-MAN SHOW; comic opera in two acts. 
Music by Nicholas Maw, libretto by 
Arthur Jacobs. London, Boosey & 
Hawkes. 64 p. © Boosey 8c Hawkes 
Music Publishers, Ltd.; 2May68; 
DFO-1607. 

ONE MORE WALTZ WITH MOLLY 0' FLYNN, a 
play in one act by Peter Dee. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 24 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
llApr68; DP6656. 

1155 SELF-PROPELLED WINDROWER; record- 
ing script for J. I. Case Co. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 8 1. © J. I. 
Case Co.; 29Jan68; C20257. 

ONLY A KING (PART II - RASHAMON REVISIT- 
ED) : THE INCREDIBLE TRAGIC HISTORY OF 
THE INCREDIBLE RELATIONSHIP OF 
HAAKON CHEVALIER AND J. ROBERT OPPEN- 
HEIMER, by Chester Leo Smith. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 28Jul64, DU60748. NM: additions. 
© Chester Leo Smith; 27May68; 
DU71608. 

ONWARD, THE RIVER. See 
TEEN-AGERS OF THE BIBLE. 

OPERATION BREADBASKET; written for 
Garrison's gorillas by Susan E. 
Beaulieu. 51 1. A teleplay in 
4 acts. © Susan Eugenia Beaulieu; 
20Mar68; DU71073. 

OPERATION STRIP, a three act play by 
Evelyn Langenkamp. 95 1. © Evelyn 
Langenkamp; 9May68; DU71493- 

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS; recording script 
for General Motors Corp. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 16 1. © General 
Motors Corp.; 29Jan68; C20260. 

OREGON MY OREGON, a musical play in 
three acts. Book by Ray McCuen; 
lyrics by Eve Mor'ey, Ruth R. Haefer 
& Leo Karczag; music by Leo Karczag. 

1 v. © Leo Karczag; loMar68; 
DU71008. 

ORESTES AMD ELECTRA; myth Sc dramatic 
form edited by William M. Force, 
Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co. 329 p. 

2 plays. NM: introd., questions, 
study aid & preface. © William M. 
Force; 7Feb68; A972034. 



ORGASM, a play in two scenes by 
Michael Pitkow. 47 1. © Michael 
Pitkow; 22Mar68; DU7109O. 

ORIENT EXPRESS; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Steve Weizer. 31 1. © Steve Weizer; 
3Jun68; DU71667. 

ORIGINS OF THE GODS. See 

WHY WE STUDY IT; ORIGINS OF THE GODS; 
THE OLYMPIC GODS, PT.l. 

OSTEOPOROSIS, ETIOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS 

AND COMPLICATIONS, by Gordon Bender- 
sky, lecturer. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Medi-Disc, Inc.; 2Feb68; 
C20292. 

OTHELLO; opera in three acts (1816) by 
G. Rossini, libretto by Berio, Eng- 
lish libretto by Martha Winburn Eng- 
land. 1 v. © Martha Winburn England; 
20Jun68; DU71844 . 

THE OTHER GEORGE, a delicate mystery 
by L. M. Sullivan (M. Sullivan) 
49 1. 2 acts. © M. Sullivan; 
22Apr68; DU71291. 

THE OTHER ROAD; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Bernice Scott. 30 1. © Bernice 
Scott; 3Jun68; DU71673. 

THE OTHER WISDOM, by Frances Gunderson. 
44 1. A play in 3 acts. © Frances 
Gunderson; HJan68; DU70511. 

OUR BOY DICK. See 

THE EMPEROR'S PARADE. 
OUR DRAFT DODGERS IN CANADA. See 

WAR GAMES. 

OUR FATE WAS TRAGEDY; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mary Ann Malachowski. 31 1. 
© Mary Ann Malachowski; 3Jun68; 
DU71679. 

OUR HUMAN CONDITION, a play in three 
acts by Joseph Killian. 1 v. 
© Joseph C. Killian; 17Jun68; 
DU71810. 
OUR RABBI GOREN. See 

RABENU GOREN. 
THE OUT EXISTS, a conscious fantasy 
by Claude Lawrence & Reginald 
Madison. 1 v. 3 acts. © Laura T. 
Martin; 3Apr68; DU71170. 

OUT OF THE DEPTHS, a choral passion 
play, libretto from the scripture 
according to St. John, music by 
Samuel C. Yahres. Coraopolis, Pa., 
Fort Vance Press. 46 p. © Fort 
Vance Press, j'ointly owned by Samuel 
C. Yahres & Marianne E. Yahres; 
26Dec67; DP6625 . 

THE OVER TWENTY -EIGHT CLUB, a musical 
comedy play in two acts by Walter 
Cohen. 75 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Walter Cohen; 27Jun68; DU71823. 

OXYGEN SYSTEMS, section B, narration. 
By Paul E. Sanderson. 22 1. 
Recording script. © Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; 7Mar68; C2O430. 



P 9, a motion picture script by Charles 
W. Nauman. 209 1- © Charles W. 
Nauman; 28Jun68; DU71886. 

THE PAISLEY CONVERTIBLE, a comedy in 
three acts by Harry Cauley. New 
York, S. French. 77 P. Appl. states 
prev. reg as Early to bed, 1966, 
DU66665. NM: rev. & rewritten. 
© Harry Cauley; 19Jul67; DP6677. 



LA PAIX EST INDIVIDUELLE (Peace is indi- 
vidual) Conference sur la Science 
Chretlenne par Roy J. Llnnig. 23 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 21Nov66, 
C19264. NM: French translation. 
© Roy J. Linnig; l8jan68; C20224. 

THE PALE PINK DRAGON, by Phyllis 

McCallum. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama 
Service. 54 p. 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 28jan57, DU44018. 
© Phyllis McCallum (Mrs. G. A.); 
15Aug66; DP6616. 

PANCREATITIS, NATURAL HISTORY AND 
DIAGNOSIS, by John Trapnell, 
lecturer. 1 v. Recording script. 
©Medi-Disc, Inc.; 2Feb68; C20291. 

PANTOMIME FOR A BALLET AND PROGRAM 
NOTES FOR A MUSICAL SCORE OF 
THACKERAY'S THE ROSE AND THE RING. 
See 
THACKERAY'S THE ROSE AND THE RING. 

PAPA'S NOT IN THE MOOD; an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by Grace Brainerd. 30 1. © Grace 
Brainerd; 3Jun68; DU71669. 

PAPER-SCTZZORS-ROCK. See 
THREE IN THE AFTERNOON. 

PARACHUTE TO PARADISE, a film by Allan 
Gittler. 70 1. © Parachute to 
Paradise, Inc.; 26Apr68; DU71408. 

PARADE, by Lucille Hauser. 7 1. 
A play. © Lucille Hauser; 8Feb68; 
DU70754 . 

PARADISE LOST, a feature motion pic- 
ture documentary by Osborn Seger- 
berg, Jr. 24 1. © Osborn Seger- 
berg, Jr.; lMar68; C20355. 

PARADOXES 'OF PUBLIC DEMOCRATIC PLANNING, 
by Paul C. Killam. 17 1. © Paul C. 
Killam; 13Feb68; C20312. 

PARASOLS AND BUGGY-WHIPS, th' rollickin' 
riddle by Robert John Schulze . 
69 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert John 
Schulze & Diane Louise Schulze; 
15Mar68; DU71113. 

PARDON ME, SIR, BUT IS MY EYE HURTING 
YOUR ELBOW? Written by Gregory 
Corso 8c others. New York, B. Geis 
Associates. 170 p. © Thirteen 
Productions, Inc.; lFeb68; A969090. 

PARDON MONSIEUR; piece en un acte de 
Jeannine Worms, pseud, of Jeanine 
Metzger. 54 1. © Jeannine Worms; 
25Apr68; DU71368. 

THE PARK, by Sonia Brown. 26 1. 
A play. © Sonia Brown; 26Dec67; 
DU70416. 

THE PARSLEY OF LIFE, a romantic 

comedy in one act by Bernard Sabath. 
23 1. © Bernard Sabath; lMay68; 
DU71430. 

PARTNERS, an original television play 
by Paul Dexter. 72 1. © Paul 
Dexter; 8Jan68; DU70468. 

A PARTRIDGE IN A PEAR TREE, a comedy 
in one act by Lowell Swortzell. 
New York, S. French. 21 p. 
© Samuel French, Inc.; 30Dec66; 
DP6692. 

PAS DE QUATRE; drama in two acts by 
Margot Engler (Margaret Engler) 
81 1. English. © Margaret Engler; 
22Mar68; DU71047. 

PASS ME NOT, by Dorothy Norwood. 
Sheet. NM: addition. © Herman 
Lubinsky d.b.a. Planemar Music Co.; 
l4Mar68; C20422. 



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Jan. — June 



PASSAGGIO, messa in scena di Luciano 
Berio e dl Edoardo Sanguineti; 
Deutsche Dbertragung, Markus Kut 
(England] Universal Edition 
(13700 a Ml) 56 p. Appl. states 
. reg. Uune't , DF0-1307. 
Universal Edition (London) Ltd.; 
12Dec66; DFO-1595. 
PASTEL PEOPLE AND A SHOCKING PINK GIRL, 
a musical by Dorl Wood. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Dorl 
Wood; 12Feb68; DU70818. 

PASTIMES, a play by Lawrence Wunderlich. 
117 1. © Lawrence Wunderlich; 
28Feb68; DU70980. 

PASTRY AND OLD FLAME, a one hour tele- 
play by Victor A. Pomplllo. 47 1. 
3 acts. © Victor A. Pomplllo; 
7May68; DU71422. 

PASTURELAND IS FULL OF BONES, a 
long play by Richard Keller Simon. 
88 1. 2 acts. © Richard Keller 
Simon; 21May68; DU71563. 

PATCHETT & TARSES SHOW; written 
by Thomas Patchett, Jay Tarses. 1 v. 
Duolog. © Thomas Patchett & Jay 
Tarses; 5Mar68; C20365. 

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF ENDOTOXIC SHOCK, 
by Wilbur Oakes. 1 v. Appl. tl.: 
Septic shock. © Medi-Dlsc, Inc.; 
2Feb68; C2O332. 

PATHWAY TO LIBERTY; or, George Washing- 
ton on the pathway to liberty. 
Writers, Katherine Corbin & Suzanne 
R. Dickson; idea, Suzanne R. Dickson. 
12 1. A play in 5 scenes. 
© Katherine Corbin (Mrs. Olney M. 
Corbin) 4 Suzanne R. Dickson 
(Mrs. Robert E. Dickson); 17Apr68; 
DU71324. 

PATIENCE, PATIENCE, WHERE IS THY KICK? 
A comedy in one act by John Favic- 
chio. 22 1. © John Favicchio; 
2Jan68; DU70428. 

PAULINA OF FLAVIUS, by Neil di 
Lorenzo. 62 1. A play. © Neil 
di Lorenzo; 3Jan68; DU70436. 

THE PAWS; screenplay by Ani Post 

(Mrs. Cesar Yazigi ) 140 1. © Ani 
Post; 21Mar68; DU71084. 
PEACE. See 
SHALOM. 

THE PEACE FLOW; written for Religious 
Television Associates by Bob 
Terry (Robert Terry) 1 v. A musical 
screenDlay. © Robert Terry d.b.a. 
Terell Music Co.; 24Apr68; DU71419. 
PEACE IS INDIVIDUAL. See 
LE PAIX EST INDIVTDUELLE. 
RAUHA ON YKSILOLLISTA'. 
VRFJ1E IS INDIVIDUEEL. 

THE PEACEABLE KINGDOM, by Kent 

Kesslnger. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Kent Kesslnger; 22May68; DU71572. 

THE PEACEMAKERS, a one-act comedy by 
Evelyn Dorio (Evelyn D. Nicolais) 
35 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
lAug66, DU66454. NM: addition & 
revision. © Evelyn D. Nicolais; 
27May68; DU71607. 

THE PEANUT BAG;, or, Here we are, alone 
together. A comedy in 2 acts by 
Samson Raphaelson. 1 v. © Samson 
Raphaelson; 6Dec67; 0070402. 

PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY, by Harris 
Freedman. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© HarriB Freedman; 8jan68; DU70467. 
PEANUTS . See 

YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN. 



THE PEDESTRIAN, a fantasy In one act 
by Ray Bradbury. Hew York, S. French. 
21 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
Uul66, DU66205. © Ray Bradbury; 
30Dec66; DP6689. 

PEGGY, a comedy-drama In three acts by 
Cecilia N. Daria. 125 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 21Apr59, DU48977. 
NM: revision. © Cecilia Nash Daria: 
2Jan68; DU70412. 

THE PENAL COLONY, by Joel M. Brodkin. 
A dramatization based on Kafka's 
short story. 1 v. © Joel M. Brodkin; 
6jun68; DU71713. 
THE PENALTY FOR BEING SLOW, a one act 
play in two scenes written by Burton 
Snyder. 16 1. © Burton Snyder; 
20Feb68; DU70840. 

THE PENNILESS PRINCE, by Hiram Taylor. 
56 1. A play in 2 acts. © Hiram 
Edwin Taylor; 27Jun68; DU71878. 

THE PENNY WHISTLE CONCERTO, an hour 
long TV comedy by Robert Hogrogian 
Badrig. 71 1. 3 acts. © Robert 
Hogrogian Badrig; 12Mar68; DU71011. 

PENROD; musical play in 3 acts, music 
M. G. Rasey, script & lyrics, Val 
Call (Velva L. Call) 1 v. Based on 
the book by Booth Tarkington. 
© Val Call & Mildred G. Rasey; 
2May68; DU71398. 

PERCUSSIONS OF SOUND, by Sheila Marie 
Mathis. 1 v. A play. © Sheila 
Marie Mathis; 21Mar68; DU71055. 

LE PERE GORIOT; dialogues d'Honore de 
Balzac, extralts de l'oeuvre avec 
des textes de liaison par Jean Marsan, 
pseud, of Jean de Strett. 1 v. A 
screenplay. © Jean Marsan; 8Apr68; 
DU71314 . 

PERFECT PATTERN FOR HAPPINESS, by Rose 
Ellasberg. 92 1. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 190ct50, 
DU25720. NM: addition & revision. 
© Rose Eliasberg; 29Feb68; DU70982. 

THE PERFORMER, by R. L. Culp. 27 1. 
A play. © Robert L. Culp; 23Feb68; 
DU70863. 

PERHAPS, FOR ETERNITY; dramatic compo- 
sition by Kirsten York, pseud, of 
Helen Fay Lubin Sholem. 27 1. 
© Helen Fay Lubin Sholem; 5Feb68; 
DU70729. 

PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by James G. 
McManaway. Baltimore, Penguin Books. 
126 p. (The Pelican Shakespeare, 
AB 38) 5 acts. NM: new ed. 
© Penguin Books, Inc.; 20Jun67 (in 
notice: 1961); A961998. 

PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE, by William 
Shakespeare; general editor, Louis B. 
Wright, assistant editor, Virginia A. 
LaMar. New York, Washington Square 
Press (W 0139) 1 v. (The Folger 
Library general reader's Shakespeare) 
5 acts. NM: introd., notes & compi- 
lation of illus. ©Washington Square 
Press, Inc.; 2Jan68; A998996. 

DIE PERLE VON TOKAY; Operette in 5 

bildern von Max Wallner & Kurt Feltz, 
Musik von Fred Raymond. Berlin, 
F. B. Erben. 204 p. © Edition 
Majestic Erwin Paesike; 7Feb4l; 
DF1904 . 

PETER IBBETSON; screen dramatization by 
B. F. Zeidman. 49 1. Based on 
a novel by George Du Maurier. 
© Bennie F. Zeidman; HMar68; 
DU7095 1 *. 



PETER ONE, a one act by Thomas G. 

Edwards. 25 1. ©Thomas G. Edwards; 
2Jan68; DU70431. 

PETER PIPER PICKED A PICKLED PECK, by 
William Dales Hartt. 87 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © William Dales Hartt; 
17Jan68; DU70569. 

PHAEDRAN; screenplay by Donald R. Boyle. 
113 1. © Donald R. Boyle; 21Mar68; 
DU7IO83. 

DIE PHANTASIE KANN ALLES, elne Folge 
von Couplets, Monologen & Aphorismen 
von Ferdinand Raimund, ausgew&hlt & 
zusammengestellt von Oscar Deleglise. 
33 1. © Oscar Deleglise; 8jan68; 
C20164. 

PHILADELPHIA- CAMDEN METRO CHEVROLET 
DEALERS 41 CLUB, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. Sheet. Recording script. 
© Cox 8: Tanz; l4Mar68; C20426. 

PHILOSOPHY OF SUCCESS; recording script 
for J. I. Case Co. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 21 1. © J. I. Case 
Co.; 29Jan68; C20254 . 

PHIU PHIUUU (WOLF WHISTLE) A musical 
comedy drama in two acts by Irving 
Greenberg. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 25Aug54, DU37752. NM: revi- 
sions. © Irving Greenberg; 8May68; 
DU71480. 

THE PHOENIX, by Richard E. Arvey. 

1 v. A play in 5 scenes. © Richard 
E. Arvey; 31May68; DU71655- 

PHONICS I; tapes 1-5. 5 v. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Education 
Unlimited Corp. © Education 
Unlimited Corp.; HJan68; C2OI85. 

PHRENETIQUE; story & screenplay by 
Peter Savage, pseud, of Frank 
Peter Petrella. 130 1. © Frank 
Peter Petrella; lFeb68; DU70715. 

PHYSIOLOGY EVIDENCE OUTLINES AND 

EXAMPLES, a lecture by John Reece Cad- 
wallader. 3 sheets. © John Reece 
Cadwallader; l8Mar68; C20403. 

THE PIANO TUNER; or, The horrors of 
peace. A vaudeville for the nuclear 
age by Bronson Dudley. 79 1. 
3 acts. © Bronson Dudley; l4Mar68; 
DU70988. 

PIC ET PIOCHE, by Raymond Vincy, pseud. 
of Raymond Ovanessian. I56 1. 
3 acts. © Raymond Vincy; 4Mar68; 
DU70984 . 

PICK IT UP FROM THE DAGGERS, a play by 
Ben Kerner. 19 1. © Ben Kerner; 
8May68; DU71477- 

PICTORIAL ORIGINS OF CINEMA NARRATIVE, 
THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY; text of a 
lecture by Gerald Noxon. 30 1. 
© Gerald F. Noxon; 4Apr68; C20485 . 

THE PLED PIPER OF HAMELIN, a musical 
adaptation for a childrens record 
album by Linda Ashton Stewart. 
1 v. © Linda Ashton Stewart: 
19Apr68; DU71404. 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN, by Ann P. 
Welty. 26 1. A play in 3 acts. 
Adaptation of The Pied Piper by 
Robert Browning. © Ann P. Welty; 
10May68; DU71469. 

A PILL FOR EVERYTHING, a modern musical 
love story set against an enter- 
taining view of a portion of today's 
society by Richard F. Pauloz, Mary 
Lou Pauloz, Richard M. McCabe. 
150 1. Book only.. © Richard F. 
Pauloz, Mary Lou Pauloz & Richard 
M. McCabe; 4Apr68; DU71210. 



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1968 



PINNACLE AND THE PIT. 
THE GILDED YEARS. 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



See 



PINOCCHIO, a new musical; book & 
lyrics by Richard Wade, music by 
Dick Gessner (Richard A. Gessner) 
1 v. 9 scenes. Based on stories 
by Carlo Collodi. © Richard H. Wade 
& Richard A. Gessner; 29Apr68; 
DU71551- 

PINOCCHIO, by John Simons. 1 v. A 
play in 2 acts. © John Simons; 
27Feb68; DU70846. 

PINZO AND COLUMBO, by George Fetchko. 
1 v. A play in 5 acts. © George 
Thomas Fetchko; 17Jan68; DU70571. 

THE PIPE IS LIT, a two act musical 
comedy by Shubert Fendrich & Paul W. 
Hanselmann. 1 v. Based on the life 
of Charles M. Russell, the cowboy 
artist. © Shubert Fendrich & Paul W. 
Hanselmann; l6Feb68; DU708l3. 

THE PIRATE'S DIN, an up-to-date pirate 
comedy by Robert A. Anderson. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 
22 p. (Eldridge popular one act 
playscripts) ©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
lSep67; DP6587 . 

PLANNING, HOT AND COLD, by Morris 
Spector. 16 1. © Morris Spector; 
5May68; C20542. 

THE PLANTING PARTY, by Elsie Canter- 
bury. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Elsie Canterbury; l6jan68; 
DU70550. 

PLAY, by Robert Steven Montgomery. 
57 1. A play. © Robert Steven 
Montgomery; l6jan68; DU70556. 

PLAY BLUES FOR MR. 7 THIS CHRISTMAS, 
by William Bauknecht. 1 v. A play 
with music. © William Francis Bauk- 
necht; 8Jan68; DU70466. 

THE PLAY OF INNOCENCE AND CHANGE, a 
journey for children by Jonathan F. 
Levy. 84 1. © Jonathan F. Levy; 
l8Mar68; DU7IO57. 

PLAYBACK; script for television written 
& conceived by Harvey Bacal. 
6l. © TV Gems, Inc.; 12Apr68; 

c 205 05 . 

THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD, a 
new musical based on the play by 
John M. Synge; book by Marvin 
Pletzke & Fred Baker (Dennis Fred- 
erick Baker) music by Fred Baker, 
lyrics by Marvin Pletzke. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© D. Frederick Baker & Marvin C. 
Pletzke; 26Apr68; DU71345 . 

THE PLAYGROUND, a play in one act by 
Judith Sobel Peck. 27 1. © Judith 
Sobel Peck; 6Mar68; DU70966. 

PLAYS FOR JUNIOR ACTORS. See 
VALADAO'S SAND CASTLE. 

PLAYS FROM FAMOUS STORIES AND FAIRY 
TALES; royalty-free dramatizations 
of favorite children's stories by 
Adele Thane. Boston, Plays, Inc. 
463 p. 28 plays. © Adele Thane; 
25Sep67; A961088. 

PLAYSONG FOR A COLD AND FROSTY MORNING, 
by Joseph Scott, pseud, of Joseph 
Kirland. 14 1. A play. © Joseph 
Scott; 23Feb68; DU70872. 

PLAYSONG FOR A CROWDED ROOM; screen- 
play by Joseph Scott. 1 v. 
© Joseph Scott; HMar68; DU71003. 



THE PLEASURE GARDEN, a modern love 
story, original screen treatment 
by Peter Lambert. 1st draft. 
123 1. © Peter Lambert; 6May68; 
DU71425. 

PLINK, PLANK, PLUNK; program no. 8 by 
Victoria Danner Hartfleld. 10 1. 
(Hello echo series) A television 
script. © Victoria Danner Hartfleld; 
7Dec6Y; C20204 . 

THE PLOT TO DESTROY NOTT. See 
ROCKET ROBIN HOOD. 

THE PLUCKING OF THE EAGLE; a satire in 
three acts by William B. Stukas. 87 
1. © William B. Stukas; 20Jun68; 
DUTI836. 
A POEM FOR AN OLD MAN; written by 
Shopen, pseud, of Yoram Dychtwald. 
73 1. © Yoram Dychtwald; 8Apr68; 
DU71228. 

A POEM IS APPROXIMATELY. 3 1. Appl. 
author: Board of Education of Prince 
Georges County. © Board of Educa- 
tion of Prince Georges County; 
20May68; C20597 . 

POET'S T.V. CIRCUIT; an original con- 
cept written & adapted for television 
by McSween. 31 1. © Jean McSween; 
3Jun68; DU71665. 

POKER GAME, a one-act play by Thaddeus 
Wittlin. 20 1. © Thaddeus Andrew 
WIttlin; 4Mar68; DU70939. 



POLE POPPENSPAELER. 
PUNCHINELLO. 



See 



POLITICAL PROBLEMS IN THE NASCENT STATES, 
by William John Hanna. 8 1. 
© William John Hanna; 23Apr68; 
C20522. 

PONTIAC PEOPLE. 1 v. Film script. 
Appl. author: H. Richard Seller, 
Ad Factors, Inc. © Ad Factors, Inc.; 
15Jan68; C20226. 

THE POOL, a one act play by Barbara 

Gibbs Golffing. Radio Version. 

22 1. © Barbara Gibbs Golffing; 

27Mar68; DU71136. 
POOR MAN'S PERICLES. See 

THE WOODEN DAGGER. 

THE POOR PEOPLE'S CAMPAIGN, A MEMORIAL 
TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., an 
address by Ralph David Abernathy. 
14 1. © Ralph David Abernathy; 
22May68; C20613. 

PORTRAIT FOR MURDER; original screen- 
play by Ken Loring, pseud, of Kenneth 
W. Wenning. 171 1- Appl. states 
prev. reg. 24May65, DU63087 . NM: 
revision & addition. © Ken Loring; 
15Mar68; DU71037- 
PORTRAIT OF A DEAD MOTHER. See 
OH, 'DEM GOLDEN SLIPPERS. 

PORTRAIT OF A FINK; first draft screen- 
play by Herman Raucher. 119 1. 
© Herman Raucher; 13Jun68; DU71773. 

PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN'S SOUL; story & 
screenplay by Peter Savage, pseud. - 
of Frank Petrella. 153 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. DU69056. NM: re- 
vision & addition. © Frank Petrella; 
12Feb68; DU70765. 

POSITIVE FRIENDLIES, a play by M. M. 
Long. 85 1. 6 scenes. © Marien M. 
Long; 12Jun68; DU71756. 

THE POST AFFLUENT GENERATION, by 
Andrew Hacker. 13 1. © Andrew 
Hacker; lMay68; C2C536". 

THE POWER OF MY WILL, an original 
teleplay by Mildred Dumas. 135 1- 
Appl. states prev. reg. 6Mar67, 
DU68032. NM: dramatization. 
© Mildred Dumas; 3May68; DU71453- 



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THE PREDICAMENT, a screenplay by John 
L. Huszar. 115 1- © John L. Huszar; 
HMay68; DU71363. 

PREGNANCY, a film script by Yoram 
Porat; translated from the Hebrew 
by Hlllel Halkin. 29 1. 
© Yoram Porat; 25Jan68j DU7061O. 

PRELUDES, a trilogy by Lee Vail (Lea 
Vail Black) 1 v. A play. © Lea 
Vail Black; 15Jan68; DU7O53I. 

THE PREMIUM, a semi-fantasy in one act 
by Joseph Golden. 19 1. © Joseph 
Golden; l4May68; DU71534. 

A PRESENT FOR JORDAN, a drama in two 
acts by Allan R. Mendelsohn. 1 v. 
© Allan R. Mendelsohn; 26Feb68; 
DU70881. 

PRESENTATION ON SPECIAL EQUIPMENT 

CONTROL, an address by Jon R. Barton. 
1 v. © Jon R. Barton; 6May68; 
C20548. 

PRETTY PLEASE, a farce by Don Brockett 
(R. Donald Brockett) & Josie Carey, 
pseud, of Josephine Massucci. 
55 1. 3 acts. © R. Donald Brockett 
& Josephine Massucci; 12Mar68; 
DU71013. 

PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF INFECTIOUS 
DISEASES, by Hobart A. Reimann, 
lecturer. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Medi-Disc, Inc.; 2Feb68; C20297. 

PREVENTIVE SERVICES IN THE SOCIAL 
CONTEXT: POWER, PATHOLOGY AND PRE- 
VENTION, by William Ryan. 8 1. 
© William Ryan; 12Apr68; C20504 . 

THE PRICE, a play by Arthur Miller. 

1 v. 2 acts. © Arthur Miller & 
Ingeborg M. Miller, as trustee for the 
benefit of Rebecca Miller; 22Jan68; 
DU70603. 

THE PRICE, a play by Arthur Miller. 
New York, Viking Press. 116 p. 

2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
22Jan68, DU70603. NM: revision. 
© Arthur Miller & Ingeborg M. 
Miller, trustee; 7Mar68; DP6664 . 

THE PRICE OF LEADERSHIP, by Charles 
E. Jones. 31 1. A monolog. 
© Charles E. Jones; 12Feb68; C20333. 
THE PRIMROSE PATH, a comedy in three 
acts by Allan Thomson. 93 1. 
© Allan Thomson; 8Apr68; DU71231. 

PRINCESS PERHAPS, a one act play by 
Louise Naughton. 49 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 10Jun65, DU63533. NM: 
addition & revision. © Louise 
Naughton; 27Mar68; DU71142. 

THE PRISON HOUSE, an allegory by 

Charles Justice. 327 1- A play in 
2 acts. © Charles Justice; 
25Mar68; DU71105- 
THE PRISONERS OF THE PIRATES, a musical 
comedy by Oliver Sanford Wright. 
89 1. 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Oliver Sanford Wright; 4Apr68; 
DU7H67- 

THE PROBLEM, a short play by A. R. 
Gurney, Jr. 21 1. © Albert R. 
Gurney, Jr.; 26jan68; DU70681. 

• THE PROBLEM OF GOD, by Gabriel 
Vahanian. 29 1. Lecture. 
© Gabriel Vahanian; 7Feb68; 
C20322 . 

PROBLEM-SOLVING DISCUSSION SKILLS; 
management preview introductory 
tape. 5 1. ©Xerox Corp.; 27Dec67; 
C20182. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan. — June 



PROBLEM- SOLVING DISCUSSION SKILLS; 
management preview program tape. 

1 v. Xerox Corp.; 27Dec67; 
C20183- 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE MIDWEST MARKETING 
CONFERENCE ... MARCH 26-27, 1968, 
by National Industrial Conference 
Board. 1 v. © National Industrial 
Conference Board, Inc.; 3Jun68; 
C20612. 

PROCESOS A MIGUEL SERVET; guion cine- 
matograflco teatral de Gabriel 
Moreno-Burgos Suarez. 121 1. 2 acts. 

:briel Moreno-Burgos Suarez; 
19Mar68; DU71078. 

PRODUCTION FORECASTING, SCHEDULING AND 
CONTROL, by Wayne C. Walkenhorst. 

2 v. Mono log. © Mid- America Web- 
press, Inc.; 10May68; C20620. 

PROFILES IN BIACK; America's Negro 

pioneers, past and present, by Walter 
H. Conway. 101 1. Script. © Walter 
H. Conway; 24Jan68; C20654 . 

THE PROJECTION ROOM, a play in one 
act by Robert Somerfeld. 35 1. 
© Robert Somerfeld; HJan68; 
DU70508. 

PROLOGUE TO A GOLDEN AGE, by Harold 
Aster. 63 1. A play in 2 acts. 
I Harold Aster; lMar68; DU70917. 

:IADE AND AROUND WE GO, a new 
drama by Harry Granick. 1 v. 

3 acts. © Harry Granick; 21Mar68; 
DU7IO85. 

PROMETHEUS, by Carl Orff. Aischolou 
Prometheus desmotes. Riduzione per 
canto, batteria e pianoforte di 
Friedrich Wanek. Mainz, B. Schott's 
Sonne. 408 p. (Edition Schott, 5840) 
Greek text with transliteration. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 7Aug67, 
DFO-1575. NM: music Sc piano reduc- 
tion. © B. Schott's Sonne; 7Dec67; 
DFO-1592. 

PROMETHEUS; opera by Carl Orff. Incl. 
Prometheus desmotes hypo Aischolou. 
Deutsch Ubertragung von Ernst Buscher, 
Interlinearversion von Werner Thomas. 
Mainz, B. Schott's Sb'hne. (Edition 
Schott 5940) Libretto. 171 p. 
© B. Schott's Sohne; 7Aug67; DFO-1575- 

PROMETHEUS COMPLAINS, a one act tragi- 
comedy in verse by Paavo Hall. 
11 1. © Paavo Kurt Hall; llApr68; 
DU71275- 

PROMETHEUS DESMOTES. See 
PROMETHEUS. 

THE PROMISED LAND; two scenes from 
The promised land, written by Mary 
Antin (Mary Antin Grabau) dramatized 
by Doris B. Gold. 1 v. © Estate of 
Mary Antin Grabau; 3May68; DU71399. 

PROOFS POSITIVE; or, Proof positive. 
TV - radio commercial by Jone 
Allison (Jone Allison Mosman) 
Sheet. © Jone Allison; 22Dec67; 
C20141. 
THE PROPHECY, by Arthur Robert Kirsch. 
1" 1. A play. © Arthur Robert 
Kirsch; 8ADr68; DU71237. 

PROPS I, by Bob Randall. 1 v. 3 
olays. © Bob Randall; 20Jun68; 
DU71838. 

THE PROTEST, a play in three acts by 
Ernest Ferlita. 1 v. © Ernest 
Ferlita, S.J.; 15Apr68; DU71298. 

THE PROTEST MARCHERS. 3 1. A play. 
Appl. author: Second City, Inc. 
© Second City, Inc.; 17Jan68; 
DU70574 . 

THE PUBLIC FACE, a play in one act 
by John E. Cosgrave III. 1 v. 
© John E. Cosgrave III; 2Feb68: 
DP6680. 



PUBLISH OR PERISH. See 
DAN DESTRY'S DILEMMA. 

THE PUCK SOCKER, by Arthur Robert 
Kirsch. 18 1. A play. © Arthur 
Robert Kirsch; 8Apr68; DU71236. 

PUERTO RICO HOLIDAY, by Pat Cooper. 
3 1. Monologue. © Unart Music 
Corp. & Stu-pid Music, Inc.; 12Jan68; 
C20162. 

PULSATING UNIVERSE #1, by Charles 
Oliver Prickett. Sheet. © Charles 
Oliver Prickett; 22Jan68; C20230. 

PUNCH AND JUDY, a tragical comedy or a 
comical tragedy, opera in one act, 
music by Harrison Birtwistle, 
libretto & vocal score by Stephen 
Pruslin. (England) Universal Edition. 
(14191L) 240 p. © Universal Edition 
(London) Ltd.; 12Jan68; DFO-I59O. 

PUNCHINELLO, a musical for adults & 
children, book & lyrics by Mae 
Richard, music by Addy Fieger. 49 1. 
9 scenes. Based on the story Pole 
Poppenspaeler, by Theodor Storm. 
Book & lyrics only. © Mae Richard; 
15Jan68; DU70488. 

PUPE MISSILI E DROGA (Dolls rockets 
and drug) Dialoghl e sceneggiatura di 
John H. Bart, pseud, of Raphael 
Malaperga & Hedwlg Ma sing. 160 1. 
98 scenes. © John H. Bart; 22Jan68; 
DU70529. 

PUPPETS, by Ralph Accardo. 1 v. A 
play. © Ralph V. Accardo; 20Jun68; 
DU71839. 

PUPPY- LOVE. See 
COPANI PLAYS. 

THE PURE TRUTH; one act play by Mae 
Iris Davis Allen. 9 1. © Mae Iris 
Davis Allen; 22Apr68; DU71405 . 

THE PURPLE MINK, a play by William Paul 
Wall. 45 1. © William Paul Wall; 
9Jan68; DU70443. 

PURSUIT OF A MILLION BY A HUNTER 
PURSUED. See 

TRAVELER IK A FOREIGN LAND NAMED 
MONEY. 

PURSUIT TO VALENCIA, by Howard Beck. 
149 1. A screenplay. © Valencia 
Productions, Inc.; 3Apr68; DU71200. 



0. 



QUADRANGLE BASH, by William Gargaro. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © William 
J. Gargaro, Jr.; 27Mar68; DP6652. 

THE QUANTUM-ELECTRON THEORY, by Jack 
Neel Waddell. 2 1. © Jack Neel 
Waddell; 5Jun68; C20649. 



QUE HORA ES. See 

SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS. 

QUEEN ANGELINA, a mongrel opera in 
three acts, lyrics & music by 
Nicholas Klonduck. 66 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Nicholas Klonduck; 
26Mar68; DU71075. 

< QUEEN KELLY, pt.2, by Erich Von Stro- 
heim. 1 v. A screenplay. © Gloria 
Swanson Enterprises, Inc.; 20Jun68; 
DU71790. 

THE QUEST, by Bobbye Russell Durrett. 
10 1. A play for radio. © Bobbye 
Russell Durrett & Odessa Dental 
Assn.; 22Jan68; DU70599. 

QUEST FOR LOVE, a one hour television 
play by Victor A. Pompilio. 32 1. 
: Victor A. Pompilio; 23Jan68; 
DU70627. 



QUICK ROMANCE, a comedy in one act by 
John Kirkpatrick. New York, 
S. French. 26 p. Appl. author: 
Samuel French, Inc., employer for 
hire. © Samuel French, Inc.; 
30Dec66; DP6691. 

QUORUM EROTICUM. See 

WANTED: SEXPERTS AND SERPENTS FOR OUR 
GARDEN OF MAIDENS. 

QUWAT ALLAH AL-HADIRAH (God's power at 
hand) A lecture on Christian 
Science by William Henry Alton. 
1 v. Arabic; title transliterated. 
Appl. states prev. reg. HSep64, 
C17062. NM: translation. © William 
Henry Alton; l4Feb68; C20303. 



R 



RABENU GOREN. (Our Rabbi Goren), by 
Yoram Taharlev. 2 sheets. © Yoram 
Taharlev; 17Jan68; C20233- 

RACHEL, a play in 12 scenes by Leah 
Friedman. 106 1. © Leah Friedman; 
9Feb68; DU70757. 

RACHEL AND THE VOICE OF DOOM, by 
Richard Johnson. 7 1. A Play- 
© Richard Oliver Johnson; 3May68; 
DU71449. 

RACHEL, MY HEART IS READY, a play in 
three acts by Leo Randole (Evelyn 
Randole) 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 12May38, 56887. ©Evelyn 
Randole; 27May68; DU7I588. 

RAGGEDY ANN; narration written by S. J. 
Pantis. 2 sheets. © Salvatore J. 
Pantis d.b.a. Dean & Ferol Song- 
crafters; 15Jan68; C20214. 

THE RAINBOW IS MISSING, a play by Mark 
Hiers (James Marquis Hiers) 40 1. 
© Mark Hiers; 26Mar68; DU71127. 

RAINBOW'S END, a musical drama by 
C. David Austin. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © C. David 
Austin; 3May68; DU71451. 

RANCHERO, OH, RANCHERO; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by James R. Duvall. 32 1. 
© James R. Duvall; 3Jun68; DU7l66o. 

THE RAPOSA UNARMED SELF DEFENSE SYSTEM, 
by Robert Raposa. 3 1. © Robert 
Raposa; 2Jan68; C20178. 

THE RATFINK PLOT; or Debt Valley daze. 
A stirring saga of saintly & Satanic 
souls by John E. Peters. 1 v. 
2 acts. © John E. Peters; 29May68; 
DU71626. 

RATS, a play for two rats & a baby by 
Israel Horovitz. 2d draft. 19 1." 
© Israel Horovitz; 27Feb68; DU70892. 

RATS, a satirical nightmare for radio 
by Michel Corbeil. 68 1. © Michel 
Corbeil; 7May68; DU71474. 

RAUHA ON YKSILOLLISTA. (Peace is in- 
dividual) Kristillisen TIeteen 
luentoitsija Roy J. Linnig. 28 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 21Nov66, 
C19264. NM: translation. © Roy J. 
Linnig; 29Jan68; C20236. 

READING ATTENUATED TEXT: A RESEARCH 
TOOL FOR THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENTIST, 
by John R. Ginther. 49 1. Lecture. 
© John R. Ginther; 23May68; C20668. 
READING WORDS IN CONTEXT. See 

BABY, IS, BAD, GREEN. 

BED, ARE, ORANGE, CAP. 

BOOK, RED, FUNNY, APPLE. 

CAR, TOY, BALL, HOUSE, MILK. 

DOG, THE, MY, A, BOY, GIRL. 

DOLL, BLUE, WALK, JUMP. 



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35 



HOT, COLD, BLACK, YELLOW. 
REVIEW OF READING WORDS IN CON- 
TEXT 1-4. 
REVIEW 6-10. 

TRAIN, RUN, COME, LITTLE. 
TREE, BIG, GOOD, CAT. 

I READING WORDS IN CONTEXT 12 - IN, ON, 
TABLE, BOAT. 2 sheets. A mesaage. 
Appl. author: Borg-Warner Corp. 
5> Borg-Warner Corp.; 3Nov67; 
C2022J. 

i READING WORDS IN CONTEXT 13 - UNDER, 
SIT, STAND, OVER. 2 sheets. 
A message. Appl. author: Borg- 
Warner Corp. © Borg-Warner Corp.; 
3Nov67; C20222. 

| READING WORDS IN CONTEXT 14 - HER, HIS, 
PUPPY, KITTEN. 2 sheets. A message. 
Appl. author: Borg-Warner Corp. 
I Borg-Warner Corp.; 3Nov67; C20221. 

DING WORDS IN CONTEXT 15 - THIS, 
THESE, PALL, BROWN. 2 sheets. 
A message. Appl. author: Borg- 
Warner Corp. ©Borg-Warner Corp.; 
3Nov67; C20220. 

READING WORDS IN CONTEXT 16 - THOSE, 
THAT, GO, LONG. 2 sheets. A message. 
Appl. author: Berg-Warner Corp. 
B Eorg-Warner Corp.; 3Nov67; C20219. 

READING WORDS IN CONTEXT 17 - REVIEW CP 
12-16. 2 sheets. A message. Appl. 
author: Borg-Warner Corp. © Borg- 
Warner Corp.; 3Nov67; C20218. 

READING - WRITING READINESS, by 

Roberta La Coste, Alvera B. Melghan 
& Dorothy Craig. 1 v. (Ideal 
structured reading tapes, series 
2705) © Ideal School Supply Co.; 
19Peb68; C20358. 

THE REAL YOU, by Irene A. Keierleber. 
12 1. © Irene A. Keierleber; 
10Jan68; C20196. 

REALITY AND RESPONSIBILITY; manuscript 
for oral delivery by Barbara Mary 
Muhl. 1 v. 16 ch. © Barbara Mary 
Muhl; 20Jun68; C20696. 

DER REBBE ELIMELECH, a chassldic tale 
in song by Doris Gilman. New York, 
Women's League of the National Coun- 
cil of Young Israel. (Plays for 
synagogue sisterhood groups, vol. 1, 
no. 4) 6 1. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. author: Women's League, National 
Council of Young Israel, employer for 
hire. © Women's League, National 
Council of Young Israel; 27Dec67 ; 
DP6707. 

RECESS! By Dolores Walker & Andrew 
Piotrowski. 51 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Dolores Walker & Andrew 
Piotrowski; 23Feb68; DU70868. 

RECONCILIATION IN CHRIST, by St. Carrol, 
pseud, of Carrie Rasin. Sheet. 
Lecture. © Carrie Rasin; 29Mar68; 
C20470. 

RECORDING TWELVE, by Rhoda Hart. 4 1. 
Dialog. © Rhoda Hart; 31Jan68; 
C20243. 

RECORDING 13, by Rhoda Hart. 4 1. 
Recording script. © Rhoda Hart; 
25Mar68; C20453. 

RECRUITS; or, That's how it was, a 
play in three acts, adapted from the 
Yiddish by David S. Lifson. 87 1. 
©David S. Lifson; 12Jun68; DU71765. 
RED CLOUD'S FAREWELL TO HIS TRIBE, 
by Diane Hilderbrand, Boomer Clarke, 
pseud, of Owens B. Castleman, & 
Travis Lewis, pseud, of Michael M. 
Murphy. Sheet. Recitation. 
© Screen Gems-Columbia Music, Inc.; 
22Dec67; C20147. 

m&~ 



RED LIGHTNING, an original story 

written ic adapted for television by 
Randall George. 30 1. ©Randall 
George; 10Apr68; DU71265. 

THE RED PENCIL, a prologue to Shake- 
speare 's Hamlet by Leslie L. Erdos. 
33 1. © Leslie L. Erdos; 26Feb68; 
DU70929 . 
THE REHEARSAL, a dramatico-musical 
composition written & produced by 
Bianca Zwang Hirsch, author & 
Floriene Goldeen Merenbach, composer. 
1 v. © Floriene Goldeen Merenbach & 
Bianca Zwang Hirsch; 3May68; DU71448. 

REIGEN; English translation by Kathe- 
rine Littell. 1 v. 10 dialogues. 
Appl. author: Elizabeth McCann, 
employer for hire. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 20ct22, D62175 . 
© Elizabeth McCann; 5Jun68; DU71629. 

RELUCTANT DRAFTEE, by Junior Samples & 
Cliff Williamson. Sheet. Recitation. 
© Peach Music, Inc.; 3Jun68; C20642. 

THE RELUCTANT PSYCHIATRIST, by Nancy 
Riggan. 24 1. A play. © Nancy 
Riggan; l6Apr68; DU71318. 

REMARKS AND AD LIB MATERIAL BY DOG- 
TYPE PERSON SNIFFLES TO MEN'S SER- 
VICE CLUBS. Folio no.i. By Snif- 
fles, a dog type person, as trans- 
lated by Harvey A. Shiffer. 34 1. 
© Sniffles, Dog-Type Person Foun- 
dation; 12Jun68; C20677- 

THE RENAISSANCE, by Anthony Caputi. 
D. C. Heath. 405 P- (Masterworks of 
world drama, vol. Ill) NM: editorial 
compilation. © D. C. Heath & Co., 
a division of Raytheon Education Co.; 
l8Mar68; A995425. 

THE RENAISSANCE OF XURY WILKINS, a 
comedy in three acts by Arline Faro, 
pseud, of Arline Faruolo. 1 v. 
© Arline Faruolo; 15Apr68; DU71300. 



RENAL VASCULAR HYPERTENSION. 
RENOVASCULAR HYPERTENSION. 



See 



RENDEZVOUS; book & lyrics by Keith 
Engar, music by Crawford Gates. 
2 v. A play in 2 acts. © Keith M. 
Engar & Crawford Gates; 26Apr68; 
DU71396. 

RENOVASCULAR HYPERTENSION, by Gaddo 
Onesti. 1 v. Appl. ti.: Renal 
vascular hypertension. © Medi-Disc, 
Inc. ; 2Feb68; C20306. 

REPLACING THE WATER-FLY, a comedy in 
one act by Clement Fowler. 44 1. 
© Clement Fowler; 12Jan68; DU70519. 

THE RESIDENT ASSASSIN; or, I know you 
don't want to stop, and it may just 
be my lunatic tic, but didn't that 
sign back there say used cars for 
sole (sic) (sic)? A new play in two 
acts by Theodore Ogden. 1 v. 
© Theodore R. Ogden; 24Jan68; 
DU70640. 

RESPITE, a play in one act by Robert 
Somerfeld. 37 1. ©> Robert Somer- 
feld; HJan68; DU70505. 

RESPONSIBLE FAMILY PLANNING, by Urban 
G. Steinmetz. 13 1- A discussion. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Family 
life enrichment program, session 4, 
talk 2, 7Mar66, C18464. NM: revision. 
© Upper Peninsula Family Life 
Bureau; 22Mar68; C20474. 

THE RETURN OF THE MESSIAH, by Corine L. 
Williams. 3 1. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Corine L. Williams; 
31May68; C20602. 

THE RETURN OF THE SNAKE, a play in 
three acts by S. Michael Corday. 
1 v. © S. Michael Corday; l8Mar68; 
DU71059- 



THE RETURN TRIP; original screenplay 
by John Vidette. 90 1. © John 
Vidette; llApr68; DU71272. 

REUNION '68, a one-act play by Elyse 
Nass. 16 1. © Elyse Nass; 19Feb68; 
DU70835 . 

REVELATION, by R . L. Culp. 36 1. 
A play. © Robert L. Culp; l4Mar68; 
DU71031. 

REVELATION IN SCIENCE, by St. Carrol, 
pseud, of Carrie Rasin. Sheet. 
Lecture. © Carrie Rasin; 26Feb68; 
C20349. 

REVELATION OF SAINT CARROL - 1962, 
by St. Carrol, pseud, of Carrie 
Rasin. Sheet. Lecture. © Carrie 
Rasin; 26Feb68; C20352. 

REVIEW OF READING WORDS IN CONTEXT 1-4. 

2 1. (Reading words in context, 5) 

A recording script. Appl. author: 

Borg-Warner Corp. © Borg-Warner 

Corp.; 3Nov67; C20414. 
REVIEW 6-10. 2 1. (Reading words in 

context, 11) A recording script. 

Appl. author: Borg-Warner Corp. 

©Borg-Warner Corp.; 3Nov67; C20408. 

RHEUMATIC AORTIC STENOSIS, PATHOPHYSI- 
OLOGY, by Sheldon Bender, lecturer. 
1 v. Recording script. © Medi- 
Disc, Inc.; 2Feb68; C20293. 

RHINEMAN'S SEVEN; original screenplay 
by Donahue B. Silvis. 56 1. 
© Donahue B. Silvis; 8jan68; 
DU70400. 

RICHARD BLADE, an adventurer lost in 
time & space by Jeffrey Lord, pseud, 
of Lyle Kenyon Engel. 6 1. © Lyle 
Kenyon Engel; 19Feb68; C20356. 

RIDE AGAIN, SWEET JESUS, an original 
screenplay by Paul Allan Magistretti. 
257 1. © Paul Allan Magistretti; 
22Mar68; DU71174. 

RIDE THE WILD WIND; original screenplay 
by Aubrey Wisberg. 138 1. 
Appl. author: Denn Productions, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Denn Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 10Apr68; DU71193. 



THE RIGHT TO WRONG, by Libbie Goodrich. 
89 1. A drama in 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 23Jan37, 48164. 
NM: revisions. © Libbie Goodrich; 
26Apr68; DU71348. 

THE RIMERS OF ELDRITCH AND OTHER 
PLAYS, by Lanford Wilson. 1st ed. 
New York,' Hill & Wang. 122 p. 
(A Spotlight dramabook) © Lanford 
Wilson; 30Nov67; A966432. 

RINALDI AND ANGELICA, by Bernard 

Grebanier. 1 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. Freely adapted from the 
Italian of Garanei & Giovanni. 
Book & lyrics only. © Bernard 
Grebanier; 29Jan68; DU7O615. 

RING ROUND THE BATHTUB, by Jane 
Trahey. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Jane Trahey; lMay68; DU71427. 

RING THE BELL, by B. W. Fitzpatrick. 
51 1. A play in 2 acts. © Burgess 
W. Fitzpatrick; 17Jan68; DU70890. 
RIP VAN WINKLE; adapted by Ruth Edin- 
berg, book, music & lyrics by Ruth 
Edinberg. 1 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. Based on Washington Irving 's 
Rip Van Winkle. © Ruth Edinberg; 
6Jun68; DU71613. 

THE RISE AND FALL OF MARMADUKE MORGAN, 
a musical comedy by Geoffrey Y. 
Gardner. 1 v. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Geoffrey Yvelin 
Gardner; 23Jan68; DU70563. 



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Jan. — June 



RITE NOW, by Paul Gamble. k 1. 

A monolog. S> Paul Gamble; 23May68; 
C20614. 

A ROAD I DO NOT KNOW, a screenplay by 
Oulda White (Ouida White Butt) 58 1. 
O Oulda White; 21Jun68; DU71847. 

THE ROAD RUNS NORTH, a musical play 
about the Cariboo gold rush and the 
story of Billy Barker by Gwen Ring- 
wood & Art Rosoman. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Gwen Rlngwood & Art Rosoman; 
30Jan68; DU70692. 

THE ROAD TO THE CROSS, a pageant of the 
life on earth of Jesus Christ by 
Raymond Edwin Pendergrass. 1 v. 
8 acts. © Raymond Edwin Pendergrass; 
7Mar6S; DU70976. 

THE ROAR OF PEACE, a nuclear fairytale. 
An original screenplay by Coleman 
Jacoby. 157 1. © Coleman Jacoby; 
7Feb68; DU70747. 

ROBIN THE CRUSOE. See 
ROCKET ROBIN HOOD. 

ROCKET ROBIN HOOD (Television program) 
© World Wright TV Distribution, Ltd. 
The gargoyle of the galaxies. 1 v. 
3 acts. Appl. author: World Wright 
TV Distribution, Ltd. © 27May68; 
DU71601. 

Robin the Crusoe. 1 v. 3 acts. 
Appl. author: World Wright TV 
Distribution, Ltd. © 27May68; 
DU71600. 



ROCKET ROBIN HOOD (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by World 
Wright TV Distribution. 8 v. 
© World Wright TV Distribution, Ltd. 
Dementia five. © 10Jun68; DU71637. 
The haunted asteroid. © 10Jun68; 

DU71643. 
Lights out. © 10Jun68; DU71638. 
Lord of the underworld. © 10Jun68; 

DU71640. 
The plot to destroy Nott. © 10Jun68; 

DU7 161*2. 
The three rocketeers. © 10Jun68; 

DU71639- 
The tree kingdom of Caldomar. 

© 10Jun68; DU71641. 
Who'll kill Rocket Robin? © 10Jun68; 

DU71644. 

EL ROL VACIO; obra en dos actos de 
Ambrosio Wilfredo Blanco. 8? 1. 
© Ambrosio Wilfredo Blanco; 26Apr68; 
DU71409. 

THE ROLE OF THE SUPERVISOR IN DEVELOP- 
ING HIS PEOPLE, by Lester F. Zerfoss. 
1 v. Lecture. © Lester F. Zerfoss; 
12Jun68; C20678. 

THE ROMANCE OF MR. LINCOLN AND MISS 
MOLLY, a play in two acts by Helen 
Alt. 29 1. © Helen Alt; 18Jan68; 
DU70576. 

THE ROMANTIC FOOLS, an hour long TV 
comedy by Robert Hogrogian Badrig. 
73 1. © Robert Hogrogian Badrig; 
3Apr68; DU71204. 

ROMANTICISM AND REALISM, by Anthony 
Caput! . D. C. Heath. 325 P- (Mas- 
terworks of world drama, vol.VT) 
NM: editorial compilation. © D. C. 
Heath & Co., a division of Raytheon 
Education Co.; l8Mar68; A99385°. 

ROME AND THE MIDDLE AGES, by Anthony 
Caputi. D. C. Heath. 168 p. (Mas- 
terworks of world drama, vol.11) 
NM: editorial compilation. © D. C. 
Heath & Co., a division of Raytheon 
Education Co.; l8May68; A993852. 



ROMEO AND JULIE, a farce by Bill Comeau. 
Downers Grove, 111., Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc. 18 p. 3 acts. Based 
on Shakespeare's play Romeo and 
Juliet. Appl. author: Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; lFebbe; 
DP6660. 

ROMEO AND JULIET; edited, & fully an- 
notated by Edmund Fuller. New York, 
Dell Pub. Co. (4101) 317 p. (Invi- 
tation to Shakespeare) (Laurel-leaf 
library) 5 acts. NM: introd. anno- 
tation, bibliography. © Edmund Ful- 
ler; 18Apr68; A998988. 

ROMEO AND JULIET. See 
ROMEO AMD JULIE. 



ROMEO ET JULIETTE, de William Shake- 
speare; traduction nouvelle de Yves 
Bonnefoy. 176 p. Paris, Mercure 
de France. © Mercure de France; 
21Feb68; DF0-1597. 

A ROOKING IN A ROOKERY, by Louis A. 
Di Gangi. 110 1. A play In 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 27Nov67, 
DU70135. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Louis A. Di Gangi; 2Apr68; 
DU71187 . 

THE ROOMING HOUSE; a one act play by 
Stephen Grecco. 24 1. © Stephen 
Richard Grecco; HJun68; DU71750. 

THE ROPE OF SAND, by John Bowen 

Hamilton. 107 1. A play in 9 scenes. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 10ct65, 
DU64097. NM: revision. © John 
Bowen Hamilton; 23Feb68; DU70871. 

ROSE AND THE RING. See 

THACKERAY'S THE ROSE AND THE RING. 

ROUGH DRAFT, a comedy in one act by 
Cliff Harville, Jr. New York, 
S. French. 32 p. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 30Dec66; DP6696. 

ROUND TRIP, by Tom Whitman. 5 1. (See 
and say series, 1-39-5) © American 
Book Co.; HJun68; C20688. 

ROWENA, a one hour teleplay by Victor 
A. Pompilio. 41 1. 3 acts. 
© Victor A. Pompilio; 7May68; 
DU71421. 

THE ROYAL ROAD TO REALITY; manuscript 
for oral delivery by Barbara Mary 
Muhl. 1 v. 18 ch. © Barbara Mary 
Muhl; 20Jun68; C20697 . 

ROY'S CORNER; or, The door's open, 
by Sol Richman. 12 1. A play. 
© Sol Richman; 6jun68; DU71710. 

RUBY, a new comedy In 2 acts; musical 
score by J. McLeans. 72 1. Book 
only. © James W. McLeans; lMar68; 
DU70921. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN, by the Brothers Grimm, 
adapted by Peter Hajduk & Philip 
Polito (Felice A. Poll to) Music & 
lyrics by Philip Polito. 1 v. A 
play in 3 scenes. © Peter J. Hajduk 
& Felice A. Polito; 26Jun68; DU71872. 

RUN OF ASA LOCKE, an original story 
written 8: adapted for television 
by Alfred Guixogn. 31 1- © Alfred 
Guixogn; 26Jan68; DU70678. 

RUNNING FREE, adapted for recording 
by Peter Haas. 21 1. From Rudyard 
Kipling's The Jungle book. Book 
only. © Peter Haas; 3Jan68; DU70631. 

THE RUSSIAN, by William H. Benson. 
102 1. Dramatization of the book. 
© William Harris Benson; 8May68; 
DU71514 • 



S'lL VOUS PLAIT. See 
LES CHAMPS MAGNETIQUES. 

THE S. S. MERRYMAID, a screenplay by 
Marlon Cutler. 150 1. © Marion 
Cutler; 21Jun68; DU71848. 

S' WIESENHENDL; Mttnchner Kom'odie in 3 
Aufzugen von Fritz von Herzmanovsky- 
Orlando. 86 1. © Theaterverlag 
Elrlch Ges. M.B.H.; 5Jan68; DU70419. 

A SACK FULL OF GOLD, a new musical, 
lyrics by Kensinger Jones, music by 
William Stearns Walker, book by 
Jones & Walker. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Kensinger Jones & William S. 
Walker; 22May68; DU71612. 

SACRAMENTO DEL BAUTISMO. See 
EL MISTERIO (EL SACRAMENTO) DEL 
BAUTISMO. 

SAFETY DEVICES IN THE MANUFACTURE AND 
OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES, by 
Galileo Lo Presti. 3 1. © Galileo 
Lo Presti; l4Dec67; 02013**. 

THE SAGA OF THE BLACK MAN, by Sarah 
Webster Fabio. 20 1. A play in 
8 acts. © Sarah Webster Fabio; 
6May68; DU71487. 

SAINT-DUPONT; comedie en deux parties 
de Marcel Mithois. 137 1. 
© Marcel Mithois; HJan68; DU70620. 

SAINT LOUIS. See 

[FIVE FRENCH PLAYS FOR CHILDREN] 

THE SALZBURG GREAT THEATRE OF THE WORLD, 
by Hugo von Hofmannsthal in a metri- 
cal translation by Lisel Mueller & 
John Reich. 75 1. © John Reich 8c 
Lisel Mueller; l6May68; DU71528. 

SAMULUS CAESAR, a political satire in 
three acts by Nathan Davis & Paul 
Zack. 32 1. © Paul Zack & Nathan 
Davis; 28Mar68; DU71152. 

SANTA CLAUS. See 

THREE PLAYS AND A BALLET. 

SAPPHIRE'S RAGS. See 

SOMEWHERE TO WEAR NOTHING. 

SARAH, uu NOT MOURN ME, by Doyle 
Livingston. 234 1 A play in 4 
acts. © Doyle Eugene Livingston; 
19Jan68; DU70721. 

SATURN BIT. See 
FADE-OUTS . 

SAUCE FOR THE GANDER, a comedy-farce in 
3 acts by Margaret Engler. 90 1. 
© Margaret Engler; 22Mar68; DU71046. 

SAWDUST IN HER SHOES, by Noel Lester & 
Dianne Coy. 49 1. A teleplay. 
© Noel Lester & Dianne Coy; 
HJan68; DU70500. 

THE SCENT; or, Doctor Glotzer's magic 
potion. A comedy in three acts by 
Russell LaDue. 1 v. © Russell M. 
LaDue, Jr.; 12Mar68; DU70953. 

THE SCHEME OF OTTO YATES; comedy farce 
in one act by Stephen Thomas, pseud, 
of Stephen Tymoshek. 55 1. © Ste- 
phen Tymoshek; I4jun68; DU71791. 

THE SCHLEMIEL, a play in one act by 
Gladys Foreman. 43 1. © Gladys 
Foreman; 31May68; DU71633. 

THE SCHOOL DAZE OF THE LEARNING 

DISABILITY CHILD; edited by Willetta 
W. Silva, written & produced in 
cooperation with the Allentown [Pa.] 
School District. 27 1. Recording 
script. © Willetta Silva; l8Mar68; 

c 20571. 



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THE SCHOOL OF ATHENS, a ballet-drama 
in which Raphaels painting comes to 
life by Morris Redman Spivack. 
International ed. 5 1. Appl. states 
1st pub. in foreign ed.-1963, 
AI8S70. NM: Additional text. 
© Morris Redman Spivack; 24jul67; 
A972062. 

THE SCHOOLING OF CINDY CARVER; a film 
script by Joe Billings. 120 1. 
© Joe Billings; 24Jun68; DU71786. 

LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE ET SON MESSAGE 
LIBERATEUR; conference sur la Science 
Chretienne par Howard H. Irwin. 
18 1. © Howard H. Irwin; HMar68; 
C20443. 

LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE: LA RELIGION 
QUI REPOND A TOUT BESOIN (Christian 
Science: religion that meets the 
human need) A Christian Science 
leccure by Paul K. Wavro. 31 1. 
© Paul K. Wavro; 29Feb68; 020449. 

SCIENCE IN CAMPING, address & oral 
lecture given by William Ceravolo. 
5 1. 6 phases. © William Ceravolo; 
19Feb68; C20357. 

THE SCIENTIFIC BREAKTHROUGH IN RELIGION, 
a Christian Science lecture by Otto 
Bertschi. 4 p. © Otto Bertschl; 
l6Feb68; C2O336. 

THE SCORPION; episode by Paul F. 
Shipton from an original idea by 
J. Adrian Medure . 34 1. A television 
script. Episode: A sweet smell of 
sabotage. © Paul F. Shipton; 
8Apr68; DU71229- 

SCRIMSHAW, a play in three acts by 
Robert Rees Evans. 1 v. © Robert 
Rees Evans & Alison R. Evans; 
9Apr68; DU71244. 

SCRIPT FOR CONNQUIZ RECORD. 1 v. 
Appl. author: Conn Corp. © Conn 
Corp.; 2Jan68; C20184. 

SCRIPT MATERIAL, ITEMS 1 THROUGH 10 
FOR TELEVISION, ABC, THE NEWS HOUR, 
BAXTER WARD, DAILY. Folio no.l. 
By Sniffles, a dog- type person, as 
translated by Harvey A. Sniffer. 
6 1. © Sniffles, Dog- Type Person 
Foundation; 5Jun68; C20647. 
SCULPTEUR DE MASQUES. See 
THEATRE I. 

SEALTIGHT PRESSURE RELIEF JOINT. 
10 1. A filmstrip script. Appl. 
author: W. R. Meadows, Inc. © W. R. 
Meadows, Inc.; HMar68; C20484. 

DIE SECHSTE FRAU, ein Musical nach der 
gleichnamigen Komodie von Max 
Christian Feller in der Musicalfassung 
von Bernard Thieme und mit der Musik 
von Boris Jojic . Hamburg, Hamburger 
Musikverlag. 8l p. Book & lyrics 
only. © Hamburger Musikverlag, 
G.M.B.H.; 15Dec67; DFO-1589. 

THE SECOND AND THIRD PARTS OF KING 
HENRY THE SIXTH, by William Shake- 
speare; edited by Robert K. Turner, 
Jr. & George Walton Williams. Bal- 
timore, Penguin Books. 273 p. (The 
Pelican Shakespeare, AB 35) NM: 
new ed. © Penguin Books, Inc.;' 
20Jun67; A961996. 

SECOND CAREER; script by Sylvia Terry, 
pseud, of Sylvia Stapper. 12 1. 
Television program. © Sylvia 
Terry; 10Apr68; C20498. 
THE SECOND COMING, a morality play in 
one act by Ronald Kross. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 30 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 1965, DU63724. © Ronald 
D. Kross; 12Apr68; DP6657 . 



THE SECRET SHARER, by Robert Silber. 
77 1. A play in 2 acts. Based on a 
story by Joseph Conrad. © Robert 
Bernard Silber; 9Apr68; DU71249. 
SECRETARIES. See 
HEY, LIFEGUARD. 

SEE AND SAY SERIES. See 

THE JOKE IS ON YOU. 

JUST STOP IT. 

NEW FACES. 

ROUND TRIP. 

SHHHHHHHHH. 

SO WHAT. 

THINK FIRST. 
■ TIME OUT. 

WELCOME . 

SEE THE MAN DIE, a drama in one act 
by Gordon Am, pseud, of Don Davis. 
New York, S. French. 20 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 290ct65, DU643II. 
© Don Davis; 29Dec67; DP6697. 

SEEDS; two sketches, one monologue, a 
playlet by Marjorie A. Gilchrist 
(Marjorie A. Terry) 16 1. 
© Marjorie A. Gilchrist; 21Feb68; 
DU70853. 

SEEING GREAT BRITAIN, by Coronet 

Instructional Films. 1 v. Recording 
scripts. © Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
29Mar68; C20462. 

SEEK AND YOU SHALL FIND; musical drama 
by Ruth Pallock. 1 v. 4 acts. 
© Ruth Pallock; 7Mar68; DU70969. 

SELF CORRECTING SPEECH TAPES, by Paul 
T. Moskau. 1 v. Recording script. 
© P & P Enterprises, Inc.; 5Mar68: 

C 203 63. 

"SELL" THE WARRANTY TOO; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 14 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 9May68; C20561. 

SELL UND FIN; Schauspiel in zwei Akten 
von Franz J. Heinrich. Wien, Univer- 
sal Edition (14722) 8l p. © Univer- 
sal Edition, A.G.; LMar68; DFO-I6O5 . 

SELLING IS SELLING! Recording script, 
for Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 4 1. © Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 29Jan68; C20250. 

A SENSE OF HISTORY, a play in two acts 
by Robert J. Cone. 55 1. © Robert 
J. Cone; l8Mar68; DU71063. 

THE SENSITIVE, an original 90 minute 
feature film for television written 
by Anna Reiser & Lee Edward Levin- 
son. 183 1. © Lee Edward Levinson; 
13May68; DU71443. 

THE SENSITIVE PLANT, a play in six 
scenes with four characters by 
Mona Spearing. 1 v. © Mona Spear- 
ing; llApr68; DU71271. 

SENT OUT INTO THE WORLD IN A CONFUSED 
STATE OF MIND; one-act play by Murray 
Schisgal. 35 1- © Murray Schisgal; 
26Jan68; DU70661. 

SENTENCE SENSE. 1 v. Recording 
scripts. Appl. author: Education 
Unlimited Corp. © Education Unlimited 
Corp.; 27May68; C20627 . 

SEPARATE CARS, a play in three scenes 
by Judith Sobel Peck. 59 1. © Ju- 
dith Sobel Peck; 19Jun68; DU71827. 
SEPTIC SHOCK. See 

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF ENDOTOXIC SHOCK. 

A SERIES OF SPEECHES ON FUND-RAISING 
GIVEN DURING JULY 1967 IN AUSTRALIA 
AND NEW ZEALAND. 31 1. 7 lectures. 
Appl. author: Ketchum, Inc. © Ketch- 
um, Inc.; 29Nov67; C20232. 



SERMON, THE WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL, 
SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1968, THE REV. 
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. 10 1. 
© Estate of Martin Luther King, Jr.; 
29May68; C20599. 

SERVICING TECHNIQUES FOR WATERPROOFING 
WATCHES, by Hugh G. Wales, William 0. 
Smith, Jr. & A. Gray Lawrence. 13 1. 
Script. Appl. ti.: Techniques of 
servicing waterproof watches. © Hugh 
G. Wales, William 0. Smith, Jr. & 
A. Gray Lawrence; 7Feb68; C20394. 

SEVEN COMEDIES BY MARIVAUX; selected & 
edited by Oscar Mandel, English ver- 
sions by Oscar & Adrienne S. Mandel. 
Ithaca, N. Y. , Cornell University 
Press. 366 p. NM: pref., lntrod . , 
editorial selection & translation. 
© Cornell University; 9May68; 
A998060. 

SEVEN DAY LEAVE, a three act play by 
Nathan Dinnes. 1 v. © Nathan 
Dinnes; 31May68; DU71559. 

THE SEVEN TOWERS OF JERICHO, a play 
in three acts by Ronald Davis. 
113 1. © Ronald Davis; 24jan68; 
DU70645 . 

SEVENTH PSALM OF ST. CARROL, by St. 
Carrol, pseud, of Carrie Rasin. 
Sheet. Lecture. © Carrie Rasin; 
26Feb68; C2O350. 

THE SEVENTH STREET GANG; an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Carl C. Garofalo. 32 1. 
© Carl C. Garofalo; 3Jun68; DU71663. 

SEVERAL ASPECTS OF NORMALITY CONSIDERED 
ON A SUNDAY MORNING; dialogue for a 
screenplay from an original story 
by John Becker. 86 1. © John 
Becker; 12Feb68; DU70761. 

SEVERAL RESPONSES, a short play in 
three scenes by Bruce Kessler. 
10 1. © Bruce Kessler & Marc Kessler; 
9Jan68; DU70473. 

SEW WHAT'S NEW, by Ralph Romano. 

1 v. A recording script. © Ellipsis 
Music Corp.; 7Dec67; C20180. 

SEX EDUCATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS; 
talks 1-6 by Urban G. Stelnmetz. 
61 1. © Upper Peninsula Family Life 
Bureau; 9Jan68; C20263. 

SEX, EXPLAINED FOR CHILDREN, by Stanley 
Z. Daniels. 6 1. © Stanley Z. 
Daniels; 22Apr68; C20508. 

SEX, THE HELL WITH IT! By Max Aronson. 
190 1. A play in 3 acts. © Max 
Aronson; 13Jun68; DU71769. 

SEXUAL CATHARSIS, a tragi-comedy in 
one act by Mary Rauworth. 9 1. 
© Mary Rauworth; 7Jun68; DU71718. 

SHADES OF SHADOWS; vol.1, by Keith 
William Jewell. 92 1. © Keith 
William Jewell; 2Feb67; A960970. 

THE SHADOW OF A MAN, by Don Singleton 
(Donald L. Singleton) 66 1. 
A screenplay. © Donald L. Single- 
ton; 15Apr68; DU71308. 

SHADOWS OF THE SILENCE, a dream film; 
original story & screenplay by 
Robert A. Madero. 108 1. © Robert 
Anthony Madero; 29May68; DU71623. 

THE SHAFT OF LIFE, by Joseph R. Hagan. 
Episode 1-139. 1 v. © Joseph R. 
Hagan; 8May68; C2O540. 

SHAKE HANDS WITH SHAKESPEARE; eight 
plays for elementary schools by Al- 
bert Cullum; line drawings by Phillip 
Smith. New York, Citation Press 



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38 



DRAMAS 



Jan. — June 



SKA WITH SHAKESPEARE. -Con. 

(TX 1211) 320 p. NM: editorial re- 
vision & pictorial matter. © Scho- 
lastic Magazines, Inc.; 15Apr68; 
A99545O. 

SHAKEDOWN FOR A KITCHEN SINK, by John 
Ferlaine. 120 1. A teleplay. 
© John A. Ferlaine; 4jun68; DU71692. 

SHALOM (Peace) Original story & screen- 
play by Geoffrey P. De Balfour & 
Augusto Marcelli. 195 1. English. 
© Geoffrey P. De Balfour; 15Jan68; 
DU70545. 

SHE LOVES ME; screenplay by Lester 
Cowan. 140 1. Book only. © Lester 
Cowan; lFeb68; DU70716. 

SHE SAID YES, an original musical 
comedy; book, lyrics & music by 
Sidney Prosen. 1 v. 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Sidney Prosen; 
lApr68; DU71125- 

THE SHELDON- CLAIRE PROGRAM OF SUPER- 
VISORY DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYEE 
MOTIVATION; chap. 1-6, by Lew Shalett. 
6 v. 6 recording scripts. © Sheldon- 
Claire, Inc.; HJan68; C20187-20192. 

THE SHELDON-CLAIRE PROGRAM OF SUPER- 
VISORY DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYEE MO- 
TIVATION; chap. 7, by Lew Shalett. 
19 1. ©Sheldon-Claire, Inc.; 
...n68; C20664. 

THE SHELDON-CLAIRE PROGRAM OF SUPER- 
VISORY DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYEE MO- 
; chap. 8, by Lew Shalett. 

17 1. ©Sheldon-Claire, Inc.; 
7Jun68; C20662. 

THE SHELDON-CLAlKJi PROGRAM OF SUPER- 
VISORY DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYEE MO- 
TIVATION; chap. 9, by Lew Shalett. 

18 1. ©Sheldon-Claire, Inc.; 
7Jun68; C20663. 

cHELTERCYCLE; or, You asked for this 
vacation. A play In three acts for 
the stage by Douglas Bankson. '1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg,- as Fallout, 
1963. NM: revision. © Douglas 
Bankson; 5Feb68; DU70733. 



SHHHHHHHHH, by Tom Whitman. 3 1. 
and say series, 1-39-1) © Amer 
Book Co.; HJun68; C20690. 



(See 



THE SHOESHINE TRAGEDY, by Jim Magnuson 
(James L. Magnuson) 9° 1. A play in 
13 scenes. © James L. Magnuson; 
12Jun68; DU71763. 

A SHORT WALK AFTER DINNER, a drama in 
one act by Cleve Haubold. New 
York, S. French. 20 p. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 30Dec66; DP6701. 

SHORTTIMER, a play in 3 acts by Fred 
Gurner. 1 v. © Fred Gurner; 
19Apr68; DU71356. 

SHOT BE THE REDCOATS, by P. O'Rourke. 
2 sheets. A monolog. © Early Bird 
Music Pub. Co., Ltd.; 20May68; 
C20610. 

SHOW ME WHERE THE GOOD TIMES ARE; book 
by Lee Thuna (Leonora Thuna) music 
by Kenneth Jacobson, lyrics by Rhoda 
Roberts. 1 v. A musical play in 2 
acts. Book only. © Leonora Thuna; 
25Mar68; DU71 1 

SHOWERS OF LOVE, a musical play in 
three acts, seven scenes, one inter- 
lude; book, lyrics, music & chore- 
ography by James W. McLeans. 1 v. 
Book only. © James W. McLeans; 
lMar68; DU70920. 

THE SHUTTLE, a olay in one act by 
Judith Peck. 41 1. © Judith Sobel 
Peck; 13Feb68; DU70770. 



SIDE BY SIDE BY SIDE, a comedy in three 
acts by Lionel & Muriel Kallsh. 99 1. 
© Lionel Kalish & Muriel Kallsh; 
10Jan68; DU70480. 

THE SIGN, by Roberto Aron. 91 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Roberto Aron; 
lFeb68; DU70714. 

A SIGN OF THE TIMES; record album by 
Michael Ober, comedy writer. 1 v. 
9 scripts. © Michael Ober; 3Jan68; 
C20150. 

SILENCE1 L'ARBRE REMUE ENCORE; fragment 
par Francois Billetdoux. 129 1. 
2 parts. © Francois Billetdoux; 
l8Jan68; DU70619. 

THE SILENT SOUND OF CHRISTMAS, by 
Sterling Harper. 20 1. A play in 1 
act. © Sterling Harper; 4Dec67; 
DU70414. 

THE SILENT TOWER, by William Kolinz, 
pseud, cf William Thomas Collins. 
52 1. Lecture. © William Thomas 
Collins; 21Mar68; C20451. 

SIMEON, by Thomas Terefenko. 24 1. 
A play. © Thomas Terefenko; 
10May68; DU71500. 
THE SIMPLE ART OF SUBSTITUTION, by 
Barry Dinerman. 78 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Barry Dinerman; 9Apr68; 
DU71243. 

SIMPLE SIMON. See 
TALES OF FANTASY. 

SIMPLE SIMON AND SEVERAL FRIENDS, 

an original musical play in two acts 
for the young & young at heart; book 
by Bobbin Gay Crabbe; music, lyrics 
by Jean Kopf . 16 1. © Bobbin Gay 
Crabbe (Mrs. John C. Crabbe) & Jean 
Kopf (Mrs. Robert L. Kopf); 10Jan68; 
DU70523. 

SIND MENSCHEN EIN PROBLEM FUR SIE? 
(Are people your problem) A Christ- 
ian Science lecture by Thomas 0. 
Poyser. 21 1. Appl. states prev. 
15Mar67, C19322. NM: German transla- 
tion. © Thomas 0. Poyser; 23Feb68; 
C20447. 

SING TO ME OF LOVE; book & lyrics by 
Edwin Barnes. 68 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Edwin Barnes; l8jun68; 
DU71725. 



SIR ARNOLD TOPPS, an original story 
written & adapted for television 
by C. B. Miller. 28 1. © Clyde 
B.- Miller; 26Jan68; DU7067O. 

THE SISTERS, a filmscript by Timothy 
Oksman. 50 1. © George Timothy 
Oksman; 3May68; DU71447. 

THE SISYPHUS STONE, a poetic fantasy 
in two acts by Kenneth Arsene 
Pelletier. 26 1. © Kenneth A. 
Pelletier; 7Jun68; DU71717. 

SITKUM SIWASH. See 
HUDSON'S BAY MAN. 

SIX EARLY AMERICAN PLAYS: 1798-1890; 
edited by William Coyle & Harvey G. 
Damaser. Columbus, Ohio, C. E. 
Merrill Pub. Co. 313 p. ■ NM: introd. 
& bibliography. © Charles E. Merrill 
Pub. Co.; lFeb68; A972022. 

SIX MONTHS AT THE WHITE HOUSE WITH 
ABRAHAM LINCOLN. See 
THE STORY OF A PICTURE. 

SIX YEARS IN NEW SALEM, a play in six 
acts by Thelma McCarver Sims. 
68 1. © Thelma McCarver Sims; 
28Feb68; DU7098I. 

68 BADEN ALLEY, by Donald P. Binder. 
46 1. A play in 2 acts. © Donald 
P. Binder; 18Jun68; DU71726. 



60 SECOND COMMERCIAL FOR KOTEX, by 
Jay Livingston & Joyce Andrews. 
2 sheets. Script. © Mrs. Gordon J. 
Andrews & Jay Livingston; 26Mar68; 
C20457. 

SKINNY HOPE, by Janice Thorne Dixon. 
79 1. 2 acts. © Janice Thorne 
Dixon; l4Mar68; DU71034. 

SKYWRITING, by Rosalyn Drexler. 8 1. 
A play. © Rosalyn Drexler; 29Feb68; 
DU71122. 

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY; adapted by 

James de Blasls & Dean Brown. 23 1. 
Play In 2 acts. © James M. de Blasis 
& Dean E. Brown; 12Jun68; DU71728. 

SLEEPING BEAUTY? By Bobbye Russell 
Durrett. 21 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© Bobbye Russell Durrett (Mrs. R. E., 
Jr.); 28May68; DU71616. 

THE SLIGHTLY IRREVERENT COMEDY OF RON 
CAREY; written by Ron Carey, Carl 
Furla, Ron De Vito. 8 1. A monolog. 
© R.S.V.P. MuSic, Inc.; 17Jan68; 
C20225. (See also The slightly 
irreverent comedy of Ron Carey; 
23Feb67; C19215) 



SMACK! CRACK! BASH! SMASH! A Punch 
& Judy show by Nora Nafzger. 32 1. 
NM: compilation 8: addition. © Nora 
Nafzger; 24Jan68; DU70642. 

A SMALL CIRCLE OF INFINITY, a play in 
one act by Mark Allan Reese. 34 1. 
© Mark Allan Reese; 17Jun68; DU7I8O5 . 

THE SMALL TOWN, a play in one act by 
Sumor Schwartz, pseud, of Susan 
Schwartz & Morris Schwartz. 28 1. 
© Susan Schwartz &■ Morris Schwartz; 
17Jan68; DU70630. 

A SMALL VOICE IN THE SILENT ARENA, a 
drama in three acts by Thurman W. 
Stanback. 58 1. © Thurman W. 
Stanback; 22May68; DU71515. 

SMILE SWEET, CRY TOUGH, an original 
musical by Ted Weiant (Edward 
Sinnott Weiant) 2 v. © Edward 
Sinnott Weiant; 29Apr68; DU71413. 

SMILING, THE BOY FELL DEAD, a black 

comedy by Herman Raucher. 1st draft. 
109 1. A screenplay. © Herman 
Raucher; 21Feb68; DU70852. 

SNIFFLES, THE DOG-TYPE PERSON SPEAKING 
PROXY-TYPE TO THE OPTOMISTS SAYS, 
an address prepared from an animal's 
view point by Sniffles, a Dog-type 
Person. 1 v. © Sniffles, Dog-Type 
Person Foundation, Inc.; 28May68; 
C20628. 

SNOWBOUND, a comedy of three acts by 
William L. Huganir. 1 v. © William 
L. Huganir; 19Mar68; DU71066. 

SO EARLY IN THE MORNING, a play by 
Noel Bustard. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Miss Noel Hamilton Bustard; 
29Jan63; DU70685. 

SO FAR SO FAST, a musical drama in 
one act; music & lyrics by George W. 
Abbott, book by Judson Brown & 
George W. Abbott. 22 1. Book 
only. © Judson Brooks Brown 8c 
George Winn Abbott; 2Apr68; DU71175. 

SO I BIT HIM, by Bob Randall a.k.a 
Stanley Goldstein. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Bob Randall; 12Feb68; 
DU70763. 

SO SMALL A WORM, comedy in two acts 
by Richard Maloy. 1 v. © Richard 
Maloy; 31May68; DU71558. 



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1968 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



39 



SO WHAT! By Tom Whitman. 4 1. (See 

"> American 



and say series, 1-39-1) C 
Book Co.; HJun68; C20689. 



SOIREE, a play by Thomas Ploetz. 89 1. 
2 acts. © Thomas W. Ploetz; 26Jun68; 
DUT1871. 

THE SOJOURNER AND MOLLIE SINCLAIR, a 
comic opera in one act, libretto & 
music by Carlisle Floyd. New York, 
Boosey & Hawkes. 138 p. Vocal 
score. © Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 
29Mar68; DP6645. 

SOLDAT, a play by Harold Willis. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Harold Willis; 
31Jan68; DU70701. 

SOME DAY A BETTER BEAST, an eleventh 
hour comedy in three acts & seven 
scenes by Harold Igo. 1 v. 
© Harold Igo; 10May68; DU71499. 

SOME SIGNATURES OF MENTAL ILLNESS, by 
Barbara H. Watters. 1 v. Lecture. 
© Barbara H. Watters; lljun68; 
C20674 . 

SOME TALL TINKLES; television plays 
by N. F. Simpson. London, Faber & 
Faber. 100 p. © N. F. Simpson; 
26Feb68; AFO-54439. 

SOMETHING OUT OF NOTHING, ARTS & 
CRAFTS PROJECTS; lecture material 
by Elizabeth Chew. 1 v. 21 lec- 
tures. © Elizabeth Chew; 8jan68; 
C20163. 
SOMETHING TO LAUGH ABOUT, an original 
play by Stephen Elliott & Morrie 
Peirce. 1 v. © Stephen Elliott & 
Morrie Peirce; 26Mar68; DU71126. 

SOMEWHERE TO WEAR NOTHING; or Sapphire's 
rags. An original screenplay by 
William Lewis Gaddis, Jr. 14 1. 
© William Lewis Gaddis, Jr.; l6Feb68; 
DU70806. 

SONG, a play by Josef Bush. 12 1. 
Based on the song by Leonard Cohen. 
Book & lyrics only. © Josef Bush; 
l8jan68; DU70656. 

SONG IN THE WIND, a play with music by 
Anne Coulter Martens. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 53 P- 2 acts. 
Book only. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
20Feb68; DP6622. 

THE SONG OF BEING, by Pat Gilbert Read 
(Patricia Gilbert Read) 1 v. 
A musical play. © Pat Gilbert Read 
(Mrs. David Read); 9Feb68; DU7O723. 
SONG OF KINGS. See 

TEEN-AGERS OF THE BIBLE. 

THE SONG OF THE SHEPHERDS; or, The 
true light among the shadows. By 
Casimiro Ruggiero Ugone a.k. by the 
pseud. Andrea Perrucci; adapted & 
translated from La cantata dei 
pastorl by Camilla Lupo Russo. 99 1. 
2 acts. Includes music for 1 song. 
NM: additions. © Camilla Cantalupo 
Russo; 8Mar68; DU70611. 

SOPOPI, by Natalie Lubin. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Natalie Lubin; 17Apr68; 
DU71327 . 

THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE, a musical 
play for children; words & music by 
Louis A. Lippa. 1 v. © Louis A. 
Lippa; 12Mar68; DU71012. 

THE SORROWS OF FREDERICK, a play by 
Romulus Linney. New York, Harcourt, 
Brace & World. 164 p. 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 25Jan66, 
DU64976. © Romulus Linney; 24Apr68; 
DP6686. 

THE SOUND OF CHILDREN (The children of 
the week) Conception, music & 
lyrics by Portia Nelson. 1 v. 
© Portia Nelson; 7Mar68; DU70977. 

324-937 0-68-4 



A SOUNDING OF TRUMPETS, by Raleigh Bond. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Raleigh 
Bond; HJan68; DU70495. 

THE SOUNDS OF DIMENSION 120; readings 
in science. 1 v. (Toucan series) 
12 recording scripts. Appl. author: 
New Dimensions in Education, Inc. 
© New Dimensions in Education, Inc.; 
7May68; C2058I. 

LA SOURCE DE VOS ENNUIS, EST-CE LES 
AUTRES? (Are people your problem?) 
Conference sur la Science chrettienne 
par Thomas 0. Poyser. 22 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 15Mar67; C19322. 
NM: French translation. © Thomas 0. 
Poyser; l4Feb68; C20304 . 

SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN, by William E. 
Thomas. Sheet. © Herman Lubinsky; 
24Apr68; C20517. 

SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS; master scripts 
for color, sound filmstrips by 
Coronet Instructional Films. 2 v. 
Contents: Una comida de familia 
(A family dinner)--Que hora es? 
(What time is it?) © Coronet In- 
structional Films, division-of Es- 
quire, Inc.; 8Apr68; C20495 . 

SPEECH, by Alan Dale regarding his 
books The spider & the marionettes, 
Anatomy of rebellion, & the way of 
life proposed as Philosophical 
morality. 31 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 24jan68, C20245 . NM: revisions. 
© Aldo Sigismondi a.k. a. Alan Dale; 
3May68; C20543. 

A SPEECH, by Anthony R. Ferri. Sheet. 
© Anthony R. Ferri; 29Apr68; C20511. 

SPEECH BY MRS. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., 
WELFARE MOTHER ' S MARCH, WELFARE 
RIGHTS ORGANIZATION, MAY 12, 1968, 
WASHINGTON, D.C., by Coretta Scott 
King. 6 1. © Coretta Scott King; 
5Jun68; C20648. 

SPEECH FOR COLLEGES & LECTURE TOURS, 
by Alan Dale. 24 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. llAug67, C19811. NM: 
revision. ©Alan Dale a.k. a. Aldo 
Sigismondi; 24Jan68; C20245. 

SPEECH ON CONTINUITY GAME DELIVERED TO 
SYLVIA MUSIC CO., by Jesse Stone & 
Milton Bowser. 5 1- © Jesse Stone 
& Milton Bowser; 20Feb68; C20331. 

SPELL OF HELL, by Alex Goun. 135 1- 
A play in 2 acts. © Alex Goun; 
20Jun68; DU71845. 

THE SPERM WHALE, by Kent Kessinger. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Kent 
Kessinger; 22May68; DU71570. 

THE SPIDER AND THE MARIONETTES (The 
Alan Dale story) Screenplay by Alan 
Dale a.k. a. Aldo Sigismondi. 183 1. 
Appl. states prev. pub. 12Jul67, 
DP6423. NM: editorial revision. 
© Alan Dale; 5Feb68; DP6624 . 

SPIDER IN THE JUG, by Norman R. Silva. 
53 1. A play in 2 acts. © Norman 
R. Silva; 15Apr68; DU7I3OI. 

THE SPIDER-WITCH, a two act opera 
romantic fantasy in four scenes; 
libretto by Karl H. Bratton. 
1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Karl H. Bratton; 24Apr68; DU71342. 

DAS SPIEL VOM GROSSEN MANN, ein 

Mysterium in drei Tagen von Eaghor G. 
Kostetzky, Biihnenfassung gestaltet 
unter Mitwirkung von Axel Plogstedt. 
Wien, Universal Edition (14320A) 
148 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
31Jan66; DFO-1471. NM: revised 
scenic version. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 9Nov67; DFO-1613. 



SPIRIT OF AMERICA, by Fred J. Karem 

(Frederick Joseph Karem) 24 1. 

A play. © Fred J. Karem; 3Jun68; 

DU71732. 
THE SPIRIT OF ANGEL, by Joel M. Reed. 

1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Joel M. 

Reed; 20Feb68; DU70802. 

THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS, by Elliot A. 
Willensky. 1 v. A musical play in 
3 acts. © Elliot A. Willensky; 
l6Feb68; DU70877. 

THE SPIRIT OF THE LAND, by Matthew F. 
Ignoffo, Jr. 149 1. A play with 
music in 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Matthew F. Ignoffo, Jr.; 
29Jan68; DU70617. 

SPLINTERS, a play in one act by Keith 
Carsey. 20 1. © Keith Carsey; 
5Feb68; DU70727. 

SPORTRAIT, by Lillian Manhoff. 4 1. 
Script. © Lillian Manhoff; 7Mar68; 

c 20392. 

SPORTS COMMON TATERS, by Junior Samples 
& Cliff Williamson. Sheet. 
Recitation. © Peach Music, Inc.; 
3Jun68; C20640. 
THE SPOTTED SPREAD; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mrs. Bill Heisler. 32 1. © Mrs. 
Bill Heisler; 3Jun68; DU71656. 

SPRING IS COMING, by Margretta Scott 
Lawler. 18 1. A play. © Margretta 
Scott Lawler; 13Jun68; DU71781. 

THE SPRING THAT ALMOST WASN'T, a music- 
al play in one act by Alta S. Conklin. 
1 v. © Alta S. Conklin; l6Jan68; 
DU70551. 

SPRING TRAINING, a new comedy by William 
Dorsey Blake. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© William Dorsey Blake; 10Jan68; 
DU70477. 

SPY KILLERS. See 

U.N.I.T.-5. 
SQUARING THE CIRCLE. See 
KISS, CHILDREN, KISS. 

THE SQUEAL OF THE SQUEAK; an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Rose Drury. 31 1. © Rose 
Drury; 3Jun68; DU71654 . 

THE STAFF SERVICES NEEDED TO SUPPORT 
THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL 
PEOPLE, a series of lectures ... by 
Lester F. Zerfoss. 1 v. 3 lectures. 
© Lester F. Zerfoss; 13May68; C20575. 

STAGE MOTHER, by Joel M. Reed. 77 1. 
A screenplay. © Joel M. Reed; 
19Apr68; DU71357. 

STAND OF LA SOLEDAD; lyrics by Chuck 
Noell, music by Allen B. Hovey. 70 p. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Chuck Noell; HSep67 ; 
DP6654. 



THE- STAR IF ALWAYS LOVED. 
COPANI PLAYS. 



See 



STAR OF CHRISTMAS; operetta in three 
acts for kindergarten or primary, 
libretto, lyrics & music by Gertrude 
R. Lewis. 29 1. © Gertrude R. 
Lewis; l8Apr68; DU71330. 

THE STAR-SPANGLED GIRL, a new comedy 
by Neil Simon. Acting ed. Dramatists 
Play Service. 8l p. 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 190ct67, DP6544. 
© Nancy Enterprises, Inc.; 27Feb68; 
DP6636. 

THE STARS OF SARGASSO, by Alan Jadro. 
115 1. TV script. © Alan Jadro; 
l4Jun68; DU71794. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan. — June 



H STATEMENT BY DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR., TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1967, 
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CON- 
FERENCE ANNUAL CONVENTION, EBENEZER 
BAPTIST CHURCH, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, by 
Martin Luther King, Jr. 12 1. 

.tate of Martin Luther King, Jr.; 
5Jun68; C20650. 

STATEMENT BY MRS. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR., THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968, BALCONY 
OF LORRAINE MOTEL, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, 
by Coretta Scott King. Sheet. 

'oretta Scott King; 5Jun68; 
C20651. 

STATISTICS, a screenplay by Will Greene 
(William Clayton Greene) 8: William M. 

•n. 108 1. © Will Greene & 
William M. Green; 2Apr68; DU71188. 
DFAST TIN SOLDIER, a musical 
adapted from the story by Hans 
Christian Andersen; book & lyrics 
by Julian Frazin & Phillip Citrin, 
music by John Spook Danyluk. 1 v. 
.liar. J. Frazin, Phillip Citrin 
& John M. Danyluk; 26Feb68; DU70885. 

STERLING STARLIGHT; program no. 9 by 
Victoria Danner Hartfield. 8 1. 
(Hello echo series) A television 
script. © Victoria Danner Hartfield; 
7Dec67; C20205. 

STILL LIFE, by Hal Ackerman (Harold 
Ackerman) 52 1- A play. © Harold 
Ackerman; 2Apr68; DU71186. 

THE STILLNESS WITHIN ACTION, written 
& recorded by Barbara Callen. 20 1. 
©Barbara Callen; 300c t67; C20324 . 

STOCKMARKET I LOVE YOU, a new comedy 
by Susanne Lazar. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Susanne Lazar; 7Feb68; DU70750. 
STONE COLD. See 
TOO SEASONS. 

STONES OF A CROWN, a play by Jefferson 
Bayley, pseud, of Jesse K. Bailey, 
Jr. 1 v. 3 acts. © Jefferson 
Bayley; 23Jan68; DU70623. 

STOP, LOOK, LISTEN, AND TOUCH, a multi- 
media play by Merlin Chase. 18 1. 
A musical play in 10 scenes. Book 
& lyrics only. © Merlin Chase; 
17Jun68; DU71812. 

THE STORY OF A PICTURE, a play by 
Margaret Flynn Todd, based on Six 
months at the White House with 
Abraham Lincoln, or, The story of a 
picture, by Francis B. Carpenter. 
71 1. A musical play in 6 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Margaret Flynn 
Todd; 15Jan68; DU70543- 

THE STORY OF FREDDI AND AUNTIE ROSE, 
a play in three acts by Josef Bush. 
91 1. Book & lyrics only. © Josef 
Bush; l8Jan68; DU70655- 

THE STORY OF MARY MAGDALENE; arranged 
for reading by Lucile Calvert Pallen. 
87 1. A play. © Lucile Calvert 
Pallen; 25Apr68; DU71336. 

STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MR. 
HYDE. See 
AFTER YOU, MR. HYDE. 

THE STRANGERS ON MY ROOF, a play in 
two acts, eleven scenes by Pearce 
Davies. 147 1. Based upon the 
novel by E. Arnot Robertson. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 8Aug66, . 
DU66522. NM: addition. © Pearce 
Davies; 31Jan68; DU70697. 

THE STRANGLER, a one act comedy by 
Tristan Bernard, translated by M. L. 
Kennedy. 1 v. 5 scenes. © Mary 
Lou Kennedy & Alan David Kennedy; 
5Jun68; DU71705. 

STREET. See 

A TRAIN TO THE STREET. 



THE STREET SWEEPER, a screen play by 
Sterling Harper. 58 1. 42 scenes. 
© Sterling Harper; 13May68; DU71507. 

STREETS OF THE CITY, by Florence P. 
Simister. 1 v. Recording scripts. 
© Florence P. Simister; 23May68; 
C20619- 

THE STROKE; words & music by Hlggins, 
P3eud. of Milton Bland, Williams & 
Mind. Sheet. © Chevls Music, Inc.; 
28Feb68; C2O335. 

THE STRUTTERS AND THE FRETTERS, a play 
in one act & one scene by Mark Hop- 
kinson. 36 1. © Mark Hopklnson; 
l6Jan68; DU70597. 

[THE STUDENT] By Holden Franz Aust. 
1 v. A screenplay. © Holden Franz 
Aust; 6May68; DU71488. 

A STUDY IN BLACK AND WHITE, a half-hour 
television script in preliminary form 
by John Bruce Johnson, Frank Batista, 
pseud, of Frank Di Battista, Jr., 
& Woodrow B. Moats. 19 1. © John 
Bruce Johnson, Frank Batista & Wood- 
row B. Moats; 5Feb68; DU7082Q. 

A STUDY OF CLIENT DISCONTINUANCE IN THE 
APPLICATION PROCESS, by Larry D. Pool 
& Marvin G. Weber. 8 1. A lecture. 
© Larry D. Pool & Marvin G. Weber; 
2May68; C20622. 

STUDY SKILLS. See 

ELEMENTARY STUDY SKILLS. 

A SUMMARY CASE FOR BETTER TV VIEWING, 
by Richard A. Gelselman. 1 v. 
© Richard A. Gelselman; 14Feb6&; 
C20320. 

THE SUMMER AMELIA EARHART DISAPPEARED, 
by George & Mary Uhrig. 93 1. 
A play In 3 acts. © George Uhrig & 
Mary Uhrig; 20Feb68; DU70924 . 

SUMMER OF AN AMERICAN SWEETHEART, an 
original screenplay by Charles W. 
Hunt. 90 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Charles W. Hunt & Jefferson 
Field Productions; 23Jan68; 
DU70560. 

SUMMER WEDDING, by Maude Allen, pseud, of 
Ellen Howland. 30 1. © Maude 
Allen; 4Dec67; DP6685. 

SUMMERTREE, by Ron Cowen. 1 v. A 

play in 3 acts. © Ron Cowen; 25Jun68; 
DU71863. 

THE SUMMIT, by Richard Wilson Hayes. 
1 v. A play. © Richard Wilson 
Hayes; 14Feb68; DU70780. 

SUNDAY NIGHT, a play by Alan P. Leven- 
stein. 1 v. 3 acts. © Alan P. 
Levenstein; l6May68; DU71526. 

THE SUN'S OWN GOLD, a musical by 
Richard Gustafson. 1 v. © Richard 
Gustafson; 19Jan68; DU70486. 

SUNSHINE EVERYWHERE, a romance by 
William N. Jeffers. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
15Mar57, DU44359. NM: new & rev. 
dialogue & action. © William N. 
Jeffers; 13May68; DU71503. 

SUNSHINE FOR THE QUEEN, a play In two 
acts by Jeanne Davis Glynn. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 29 p. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 28Mar68; DP6649. 

SUPERMEN BE DAMNED; written for 
Garrison's Gorillas by Susan E. 
Beaulieu. 1 v. A screenplay in 4 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
28Nov67, DU70141. NM: revision Sc 
addition. © Susan Eugenia Beaulieu; 
21Feb68; DU70995- 



SURE SIGN OF SPRING, a musical in two 
acts, book & music by Jim Bredt, 
a.k.a. Bernard Pagenstecher, lyrics 
by Edward Eager, Don Reld & Jim Bredt, 

1 v. Book & lyrics only. © James 
Bredt, Jane Eager & Don Reld; 
25Mar68; DU71045. 

SURPRISE PARTY, a drama in one act 
by Frances Heath Smith. New York, 
S. French. 20 p. © Frances Heath 
Smith; 29Dee67; DP6698. 
SURVEY OF WESTERN ART. See 
WESTERN ART. 

SUSANNA IS HUNGRY FOR LOVE; original 
story & screenplay by Lillian White. 
19 1. © Lillian White; 22Apr68; 
DU71376. 

SUSIE IS A GOOD GIRL, a play in one 
act by Robert J. J. Thompson. 38 1. 
© Robert J. Thompson; 28Jun68; 

DU71883. 

THE SUSTAINED INSPIRATION, by Nell 
Morton. 55 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Neil Morton; 4jan68; DU70447. 

SUZANNE, by Barbara Sylvia Biesantz. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Barbara 
Sylvia Biesantz; 17Apr68; DU71323. 
SUZIE RAPER, CATTLE QUEEN; or, If you 
knew Suzie. A play in three acts 
by Euell Labhard. 73 1. © Euell 
Labhard; lApr68; DU711&5 . 
SVAPNAVASAVAHATTAM. See 
THE VISION OF VASAVADATTA. 

SWEET SMELL OF SABOTAGE. See 
THE SCORPION. 

SWEETLY THE BUDAPEST BUM, a play with 
music & ballet in one act by Carolyn 
Swetland. 44 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Carolyn Swetland; 22Jan68; DU70527. 
SWORDS OF THE SUN, by William L. 
Shearer. 1 v. A screenplay. 
© William L. Shearer; 19Feb68; 
DU7O836. 

SYBIL! A play by Jack Morse. 109 1. 

2 acts. © Jack Morse; 15Nov67; 
DU70399- 

SYLLABLE RULE, ACCENT CLUE; original 
scripts for series recorded on tapes, 
by Roberta La Coste . 1 v. (Listen, 
look & learn) (Ideal structured 
reading tapes, ser.2755) ©Ideal 
School Supply Co.; 6Jun68; C20656. 



TAM; transparent anatomical mannikin 
master script, by Richard B. Rush. 
12 1. © Richard B. Rush; 22Jan68; 
C20231. 

TRACC; a top management information & 
control system, by Leland E. Dake & 
Clebern E. Best. 10 1. .Recording 
script. © Cresap, McCormlck & Paget; 
5Jun68; C20665. 

T.V. COMMERCIAL FOR X BRAND CIGARETTES; 
script by Thomas K. Travis. Sheet. 
© Thomas K. Travis; 15Jan68; C20213. 

TV LUCKY, a bingo-bonanza, complete 
script by Benson Miller. 5 1. 
Recording script. © Benson Miller 
International Television Enterprises; 
6Jun68; C20625. 

TAKE FAST, GIVE SLOW (Cheesecake and 
horses) Dramatic musical presenta- 
tion by Virginia Richmond. 8 p. 
Scene 1, act 4. © Virginia Richmond; 
HJan68; DU70457. 



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1968 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



41 



TAKE FIVE, a collection of five short 
plays by Claire Carvalho. (Claire 
Carvalho Weiller) 1 v. Appl. states 
3 plays prev. reg. 22Mar, D64022, 
24Apr23, D64283 & 23Jul27, D80476. 
NM: revision. © Claire Carvalho; 
3Jan68; DU70489. 

TAKE IT FROM THE TOP, POP, a play in 
one scene by Oscar Muscarlello. 
30 p. © Oscar Muscarlello; 3Apr68; 

DU71202. 

TALE OF TWO CITIES, by Charles 

Dickens; in dramatic incident form 
by Classic Text Tapes. Scripts for 
9 tapes. © Classic Text Tapes, 
Norman H. Rogers, owner; 24Jan68; 
DU70633. 

TALES OF FANTASY, a storybook musical 
play for very small children by 
Wesley Van Tasael with music & lyrics 
by Mark Olllngton. 1 v. (Modern 
Theatre for Youth) Based on Cinder- 
ella, Simple Simon & Beauty & the 
Beast. © Wesley Van Tassel & Mark 
Olllngton; 30Dec67; DP6602. 

THE TALES OF HOFFMAN, by Jacques 
Offenbach, English adaptation of 
libretto & arias by Marl Kahn, musi- 
cal adaptation by Stanley L. Fried- 
berg. 126 1. 3 acts. © Mari Kahn 
& Stanley L. Friedberg; HDec67; 
DU70445. 

THE TALES OF HOFFMAN, by Jacques 
Offenbach, English adaptation of 
libretto & arias by Mari Kahn, musi- 
cal adaptation by Stanley L. Fried- 
berg. 1 v. Prelude, prologue & 
epilogue. © Marl Kahn & Stanley L. 
Friedberg; 21Dec67; DU70444. 

TALK TIME; script 1, by Glen Louis 
Tinsley, Jr. 4 1. © Glen Louis 
Tinsley, Jr.; 29Feb68; C20342. 
TALKING PETS; words by Bill Comeau 
(Arthur Mahlon Comeau) Sheet. 
© Arthur Mahlon Comeau; 28Mar68; 
C20487. 

TANGO, by Slawomir Mrozek, translated 
& adapted by John Lewin & Tadeusz 
Gierymski. 1 v. A play In 3 acts. 
© John Lewin & Tadeusz Gierymski; 
15Jan68; DU7O53O. 

TAPS? A drama of our time by Herbert 
V. Gellendre. 41 1. © Herbert V. 
Gellendre; 6Feb68; DU70740. 

LE TARTUFFE. (Tartuffe; or, The hypo- 
crite) By Moliere; rendered into 
English by Henri Van Laun; compila- 
tion & arrangement, Albert E. Avig- 
dor. Bilingual ed. New York [appl. 
states: Barcelona] French & Euro- 
pean Publications. 169 p. (FEP bi- 
lingual series) 5 acts. © French 
& European Publications, Inc.; 
2Jan68; AI-10851. 

TARTUFFE. See 

HOW DIB IT HAPPEN. 

TASTE FOR VIOLENCE, a play In two acts 
by Webster Smalley. 1 v. Based in 
part on the book Lovejoy: Martyr to 
freedom, by Paul Simon. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 50ct64, 725186. ©Webster 
L. Smalley & Paul Simon; 2Jan67; 
DU70392. 

A TASTE OF BLOOD; original story & 
screenplay by Bob Weaver (Robert A. 
Weaver) & Joy Houck, Jr. 100 1. 
© Joy N. Houck, Jr. & Robert A. 
Weaver; 17May68; DU715 i *2- 
A TASTE OF EVIL; an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Edward H. Allen. 31 1. © Edward H. 
Allen; 3Jun68; DU71653. 



A TASTE OF SHERRY, by Herbert G. 
Marble. 132 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Herbert G. Marble; 3Uan68; 
DU70698. 

TATA; ou, De l'education. Piece morale 
et didactique en deux actes et trois 
tableaux de Jacques Borel. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 178 p. (Le manteau 
d'arlequin) © Editions Gallimard; 
31Dec67; DFO-1584 . 

TEACHAPOPPIN. See 
BOBSY (TEACHAPOPPIN) 

TEACHERS' HOLIDAY. See 
FOCUS ON SEX. 

TECHNIQUES EMPLOYED BY SALES CONSUL- 
TANTS INTERNATIONAL AND MANAGEMENT 
RECRUITERS INTERNATIONAL IN OVER- 
COMING BASIC OBJECTIONS. 15 1. 
A recording script. Appl. authors: 
Management Recruiters International, 
Inc. & Sales Consultants International, 
Inc. © Management Recruiters Inter- 
national, Inc. & Sales Consultants 
International, Inc.; 15Apr68; C20507. 

TECHNIQUES FOR WATERPROOFING WATCHES. 

SERVICING TECHNIQUES FOR WATERPROOF- 
ING WATCHES. 
TEEN-AGERS OF THE BIBLE; one-act plays 
by Madge Harrah. 1 v. 3 plays. 
Contents: To build an ark. — Onward, 
the river. — A song of kings. 
© Madge Harrah; 25Jan68; DU70646. 

LOS TEJEDORES, por Gerardo Hauptman; 
notas y comentarios adicionales de 
Lisa Marchew, editora. Editorial 
Quitzal. 1 v. 5 actos. © Lisa Mar- 
chew; 20Apr68; A99696O. 
TEL-RADIX REPORT ON THE CRUCIFIXION 
AND RESURRECTION, by Ruth McClure 
Grow. 6 1. © Mt. Pleasant Burnt 
Hill Church; 25Jan68; C20299. 
TELEVISION ORIGINATION SYSTEM CONSIDER- 
ATIONS, by Norman R. Selinger. 
43 1. Lecture. © Norman R. Selinger; 
lApr68; C20480. 

TELL IT TO ME LIKE IT IS, VIRGIL, by 
Sydorick. 1 v. A musical comedy 
in 3 acts. Book 8: lyrics only. 
© Thomas Sydorick; 25Jan68; 
DU70609. 

A TEMPEST IN EDEN, a farce in four 
acts by Lexington Siege, pseud, of 
Jerome R. Harmacek. 93 1. © J. R. 
Harmacek; 4jun68; DU71691. 

TEN EASY ONES, by R. G. Walsh. 114 1. 

A play in 26 scenes. © R. G. Walsh; 

10Jan68; DU70478. 
TEN THOUSAND THIEVES, a treatment for 

a shooting script by Meir Zarchl. 

106 1. © Meir Zarchi; 10Apr68; 

DU71252. 

TEN TON TOYS, by Jean Reavey. 27 1. 
A play in 3 act3. © Jean Reavey; 
21Feb68; DU70828. 
THE TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE STORY, by 
Michael Howard King & Ronald Edward 
Arnold. 1 v. © Michael Howard 
King & Ronald Edward Arnold; 6May68; 
C2C545 . 
THE TENNfs CLUB DANCE; a comedy by 
Gladys S. Foster. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Gladys S. Foster; 23Apr68; 
DU71352. 
THE TENTH COMMANDMENT, a study in too 
active & too passive politics by 
Dave Koretz (David Koretz) Detroit, 
D. Koretz. 30 p. 3 acts. © David 
Koretz; 3May68; A987988. 
TENTH PSALM OF SAINT CARROL, by 

St. Carrol, pseud, of Carrie Rasin. 
Sheet. Lecture. © Carrie Rasin; 
26Feb68; C20351. 



A TEOLOGIA DINAMICA DO CRISTIAMISMO 
CIENTIFICO (The dynamic theology 
of scientific Christianity) Con- 
ferencla sobre Clencia Crista por 
Howard H. Irwin. 30 1. © Howard 
H. Irwin; HMar68; C20445 . 

TERROR IN NEW YORK; screenplay by John 
Maitland. 1 v. © John Maitland; 
4Apr68; DU71198. 

THACKERAY'S THE ROSE AND THE RING; pan- 
tomime for a ballet & program notes 
for a musical score, adaptation by 
Hannah Leah Botsford. 1 v. 3 acts. 
Appl. ti.: Pantomime for a ballet 
and program notes for a musical score 
of Thackeray's The rose and the ring. 
© Hannah Leah Botsford; l4Jun68; 
DU71792. 

THAIS, a play in one act by Richard P. 
Matthews. 23 1. ©Richard P. 
Matthews; 23May68; DU7I583. 

THANKSGIVING, by Rhoda Hart. 4 1. 
A play. © Rhoda Hart; 4Mar68; 
DU70937 . 

THAT CERTAIN AGE, a comedy in two acts 
by Jacqueline Langdon Sibley. (Jac- 
queline Hall Sibley) 1 v. © Jac- 
queline Langdon Sibley; 5Mar68; 
DU70956. 

THAT LITTLE OLD LADY FROM PASADENA, a 
new comedy in two acts written by 
John Everest & J. Eugene O'Mate. 
34 1. © J. Eugene O'Mate a.k.a. 
Eugene Mate & John Ziniewicz a.k.a. 
John Everest; 23Feb68; DU70865 . 

THAT MY LIFE, written by Larry 
Mullins. 140 1. A screenplay. 
© Larry Curtis Mullins; 2Jan68; 
DU70453- 

THAT ONE DAY, a drama in three acts by 
Belle Rosow. 112 1. © Belle Rosow; 
15May68; DU7I523. 

THAT SUMMER, THAT FALL & FAR ROCKAWAY, 
by Frank D. Gilroy. New York, 
Random House. 115 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. DU64858 & DU68572. NM: 
compilation. © Frank D. Gilroy; 
1Nov67; DP6606. 



THAT'S HOW IT WAS. 
RECRUITS . 



See 



THEATRE, de Claude Mauriac. La Conver- 
sation, et al. Paris, Editions 
Bernard Grasset. 235 P- © Bernard 
Grasset; 29Feb68; DFO-I598. 

THEATRE D' ARRIERE-GAPJJE, de Jean Pierre 
Giraudoux. Belle; L' impromptu de 
Bellac; Au nom du pere. Paris, 
Editions Bernard Grasset. 312 p. 
© Editions Bernard Grasset; 29Feb68; 
DFO-1596. 

THEATRE I, de Fernand Crommelynck; 
introd. de Georges Perros. Le cocu 
magnifique; Les amants puerils; Le 
sculpture de masques. [Paris] Gal- 
limard. 326 p. © Editions Galli- 
mard; 10Nov67; DFO-1580. 

THEODOSIA, by Susan Graham Erwin, 
pseud, of Mrs. Harold Williamson. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Mrs. Har- 
old Williamson; 10May68; DU71437. 

THERE IS STILL TIME TO LIVE, by 

Margaret Bantz Paul. 22 1. A screen- 
play. © Margaret Bantz Paul; 
26Mar68; DU7II33. 
THERE WERE THREE OLD LADIES FROM FRISCO, 
by Kent Kessinger. 30 1. A play. 
© Kent Kessinger; l8jan68; DU70583. 
THERE'S ALWAYS A FIRST TIME, a comical 
play in one act by Norma Sandra 
Lloyd, pseud, of Norma Sandra Garchik. 
21 1. © Norma Sandra Lloyd; 
19Mar68; DU7IO69. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan. — June 



THERE'S SOMETHING NEW, a new musical, 
book, music >± lyrics by Lucy Perkins 

.2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 21Mar66, DU6547O. NM: 
music. © Lucy Perkins Ellis; 
26Feb68; DU70814 . 

THESE FRENCH; or, They reached for his 
gun. A play by Paul D 1 Andrea. -100 1. 
il Philip D'Andrea; l8Mar68; 

DU71056. 

THEY DO IT TO RATS, a satire in one 
act by Jean H. Hattson. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 33 P- (Baker's 
royalty plays) Appl. author: Walter 
H. Baker Co., employer for hire. 

-Iter H. Baker Co.; 15May68; 
DP6711. 

THEY DON'T EVEN BOTHER, a one act 
satire by Roger Squire. 1 v. 
© Roger L. Squire; 8Mar68; DU70991. 



THEY REACHED FOR HIS GUN. 
>E FRENCH. 



See 



THEY WENT THAT WAY; program no. 10 by 
Victoria Danner Hartfield. 9 1. 
(Hello echo series) A television 
script. © Victoria Danner Hartfield; 
7Dec67; C20206. 

THICKETY BUSH, a drama in three acts 
by Bertha B. Hester. New York, 
Carlton Press. 125 p. © Bertha B. 
Hester; 25Dec67; A98338I. 

A THIEF AT HEART, an original comedy- 
thriller for television by Paul 
Dexter. 51 1. © Paul Dexter; 
8jan68; DU70469. 

A THING OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER, 
by Kent Kessinger. 1 v. A play. 
© Kent Kessinger; 22May68; DU71574 . 

THINGS, by Robert P. Walter. 31 1. 
A play. © Robert P. Walter; 28Mar68; 
DU71151. 

THINK FIRST! By Tom Whitman. 4 1. 
(See and say series, 1-39-2) © Am- 
erican Book Co.; HJun68; C20692. 

THINKING IMPROVEMENT PROJECT SCRIPTS 
FOR TELEVISION SERIES; vol. II, 
by Sara W. Lundsteen. 1 v. 
© Sara W. Lundsteen; 13Dec67; C20142. 

THIRTY-FIVE ONE ACT PLAYS, by Crane 
Johnson. New York, Theatre Press. 
355 P. NM: mpilation. © Crane 
Johnson; ; A976984. 

THIS F lCOMOLE BUSH, a comedy in 
Stanley Seidman. 37 1. 
, 3eidman; 20Mar68; DU71074 . 

IS MY COUNTRY, a musical comedy 
for chorus in two acts; theme song 

Don Raye & Al Jacobs; script by 
Gene Wright & Arthur Ray Lambson. 
Delaware Water Gap, Pa., Shawnee 
Press. 59 p. Actors' script & di- 
rector's production guide. Appl. 
author: Shawnee Press, Inc., employer 
for hire. ©Shawnee Press, Inc.; 
28Jul66; DP6582. 

THIS IS SOUL, by T. Martin, pseud, of 
Martin Montague. 2 sheets. Recita- 
tion with music. © Naro Music; 
26Jun68; C20703. 

THIS IS THE NEWS AT TEN, a spoof on 
news Items, newscastlng, & advertis- 
ing, a dramatization by Melvin David 
Brady. 22 1. © Melvin David Brady; 
10Jan68; DU70479. 

THIS MAN GRANT, a play by Philip Barber. 

61 1. 11 scenes. © Philip Barber; 

8Feb68; DU70752. 
THIS PLACE OF RUSHES, a musical 

pageant written for the celebration 

of the Trlcen.te.inlal of the City of 



Glen Cove, New York. Script, 
Florence Andresen; music & lyrics, 
Howard S. Wortley. 1 v. 10 epi- 
sodes. © Law Productions; 2Apr68j 
DU71176. 

WAR PLAY, by Crlstlna L. White. 
. A play in 2 acts. © Cristlna 
. White; l6Feb68; DU70805. 

THREE DAYS BEFORE TOMORROW; By 

Florine Snider. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. ©Florine R. Snider; 10Apr68; 
DU71258. 

THREE GRACES. See 

LOVE RECONCILED TO WAR. 

THREE HAND REEL, three one act plays 
by Paul Avila Mayer. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service. 81 p. 
Based on short stories by Frank 
O'Connor. Appl. states prev. reg. 
Feb. 64, DU54862. NM: addition & 
revision. © Paul Avila Mayer; 
21Nov67; DP6615. 

THREE IN THE AFTERNOON; or, Paper- 
scizzors-rock. A comedy by Milt 
Caine. (Milton A. Caine) 1 v. 
2 acts. © Milton A. Caine; 23May68; 
DU71579- 

THREE LADIES AND A BEAR, by George 
Boss. 139 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© George P. Boss; l6Jan68; DU70557. 

THREE LITTLE PEOPLE OF 1962, by 

St. Carrol, pseud, of Carrie Rasin. 
Sheet. Lecture. © Carrie Rasin; 
29Mar68; C20471. 

THREE PARTS FREE, a comic invention in 
one act by William Dorsey Blake. 
43 1. © William Dorsey Blake; 
22Jan68; DU70.601. 

THREE PLAYS AND A BALLET, by E. E. 
Cummings, edited & with an introd. 
by George J. Firmage. New York, 
October House. 170 p. Contents: 
Him. — Anthropos — Santa Claus — Tom. 
NM: introd. & compilation. © Marion 
Morehouse Cummings; lAug67; A985673. 

THE THREE ROCKETEERS. See 
ROCKET ROBIN HOOD. 

THREE TEN, by Mars Hill. 103 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Mars Andrew 
Hill; 21Feb68; DU70350. 

THREE TO TANGO, a comedy in 2 scenes by 
Lucille Hauser. 15 1. © Lucille 
Hauser; l6May68; DU7I529. 

THE THRESHHOLD OF PAIN, THE LATITUDE 
OF DEPRAVITY, by Hal Ackerman (Harold 
Ackerman) 30 1. A play. © Harold 
Ackerman; lApr66; DU71121. 
THROUGH THE EYES OF YOUTH, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Grace Shortt. 30 1. 
© Grace Shortt; 10Apr68; DU71262. 
THROW OUT THE LIFELINE, by Dorothy 
Norwood. Sheet. NM: addition. 
© Herman Lubinsky d.b.a. Planemar 
Music Co.; l4Mar68; C20425. 

TIBER MARTIN- AQUANAUGHT : AMERICA'S NEW 
AND SECRET SILENT SERVICE SET UP TO 
EXPLORE, OPERATE, AND PATROL INNER 
SPACE, by Ken Stanton, pseud, of Lyle 
Kenyon Engel. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Lyle Kenyon Engel; ■ 
l4May68; C20582. 
TIBERIUS, a play in two acts by John 
Scanlan. 108 1. © John Scanlan; 
26Feb68; DU70887. 

TICKET TO CONTENTMENT; play in one act 
by Robert Rosten. 34 1. © Robert 
Rosten; 12Mar68; DU71015 . 

TIGER BY THE TAIL: (Hold that tiger) 
A light tragic vaudeville by Robert 
Louis Banov. 1 v. 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 21Nov66, DU67309. 
NM: revisions. © Robert Louis Banov; 
26Apr68; DU71343. 



TIGERS, A.C. 
MANIA . 






TIGERS IN RED WEATHER, a collection 
of one act plays by Richard Keller 
Simon. 1 v. 11 plays. AppL states 
Our mutual childhood pub. 25Mar66. 
© Richard Keller Simon; 23Jan68; 
DU70524 . 

TIGER'S MILK FOR A KITTEN^ a play In 
four acts by Alfred Hutchinson. 
84 1. © Alfred Hutchinson; l6Feb68; 
DU70804 . 

TILL YOU RETURN, by Lester R. Parker. 
115 1. A screenplay. © Lester 
R. Parker; 6May68; DU71462. 

TILT; formerly Untllted, by Joel 
Schwartz. 81 1. A play. © Joel 
Schwartz; 13May68; DU71464. 

A TIME FOR SHEDDING, a play in three 
acts by Tex Weiner. 103 1. 
© Tex Weiner; 6Mar68; DU71048. 

A TIME NOT TO BE BORN, by Sy Ettinger. 
102 1. A play in 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Desire without 
faith, 1964, DU60354. NM: revision. 
© Sy Sol Ettinger; 24Jan68; DU70639- 

TIME OF ENDLESS PEACE, a musical comedy; 
songs, both words & melodies, also 
dialogue by Zek Dearing. 1 v. 
NM: new dialogue. © Zek Dearing; 
21Feb68; DU70799. 

TIME OUT, by Tom Whitman. 4 1. 
(See and say series, 1-39-4) 
© American Book Co.; HJun68; 
C20686. 

TIME TO DIE, A TIME TO CRY. See 

A MURDER MOST FOUL. 
TIMON OF ATHENS. See 

THE LIFE OF TIMON OF ATHENS. 

TIN LIZZIE, a dramatlco-musical in 
two acts, book, words & music by 
Johnny D'arc, pseud, of Arthur Joseph 
Sutten. 1 v. © Arthur J. Sutten & 
Elaine M. Sutten; 15Apr68; DU71297. 

TINKLE TINKLE, a one act play by Thomas 
Terefenko. 12 1. © Thomas Terefenko; 
HMar68; DU70997. 

THE TIRED MAN, by James T. Richardson. 
59 1- A play. © James T. Richard- 
son; 23Apr68; DU71386. 

TITUS ANDRONICUS, by William Shake- 
speare; general editor, Louis B. 
Wright, assistant editor, Virginia A 
LaMar. New York, Washington Square 
Press (W 0141) 1 v. (The Folger 
Library general reader's Shakespeare) 
5 acts. NM: introd., notes S: compi- 
lation of illus. ©Washington Square 
Press, Inc.; 15Dec67; A998995 . 

TITUS ANDRONICUS, by William Shake- 
speare; text edited by Charles Jasper 
Sisson, commentary by Alan S. Downer. 
New York, Dell Pub. Co. (8902) 188 p. 
(The Laurel Shakespeare, Francis Fer- 
gusson, general editor) 5 acts. 
Appl. author: Dell Pub. Co., Inc., 
employer for hire. NM: commentary & 
glossary. ©Dell Pub. Co.; 190ct67; 
A998990 . 
TITUS ANDRONICUS, by William Shake- 
speare; text edited by Charles Jasper 
Sisson, commentary by Alan S. Downer. 
New York, Dell Pub. Co. (8902) 188 p. 
(The Laurel Shakespeare, Frances Fer- 
gusson, general editor) 5 acts. 
NM: introd. ©Francis Fergusson; 
190ct67; A998991- 
TITUS ANDRONICUS. See 

THE TRAGEDY OF TITUS ANDRONICUS. 
TO BE IN INDIANA, a one act play & 

musical by Dorothy Rose Louis. 1 v. 

© Dorothy Rose Louis; 29Apr68; 

DU71347. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



43 



TO BUILD AN ARK. See 

TEEN-AGERS OF THE BIBLE. 
TO BURY A COUSIN, a two act play by 
Gus Weill. 1 v. © Gus Weill; 
8Mar68; DU70946. 
TO PAY THE PIPER, an original screen- 
play by Allen Actor. 121 1. 
© Allen J. Actor; 25Jan68; DU70652. 
TO SHARE THE BITTER END, the tragedy of 
John Wilkes Booth by William C. 
Starkweather. 62 1. 3 acts. 
6 William C. Starkweather; l8Mar68; 
DU71118. 
TO WAKE THE KING, a dramatic legend in 
two acts by Samuel J. Citron; music 
by Harry Coopersmlth, based in part on 
Melekh Yisrael, by Yaakov Cahan. 
New York, Friends of the Jewish Theatre 
for Children. 108 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as The cave of the king, 
5Mar46, DU3155 . © on music; Friends 
of the Jewish Theatre for Children, 
Inc.; 20Jun67; DP6611. 
TO WAKE THE KING, a dramatic legend in 
two acts by Samuel J. Citron, music 
by Harry Coopersmlth, based in part on 
Melekh Yisrael by Yaakov Cahan. 
New York, Jewish Theatre for Children. 
108 p. 2 acts. Appl. states pi*ev. 
reg. as The cave of the king, 3$ay46, 
BU3135. NM: additions. © on play & 
lyrics; Samuel J. Citron; 20Jun67; 
DP6595. 
TO WALLY PANTONI, WE LEAVE A CREDENZA, 
by John Guare. 50 1. A screenplay. 
Includes music & lyrics to 1 song. 
© John Guare; lApr68; DU71217. 
TOBY, a play in three acts by Ely E. 
Pilchik. Short Hills, N.J., Sefer 
Press. 108 p. © Ely E. Pilchik; 
20Apr68; DP6724 . 

A TOCSIN FOR AURELIUS, a one act play 
in iambic pentameter by Art King 
(Arthur H. King, Jr.) 27 1. 
© Arthur H. King, Jr.; 6Feb68; 
DU70743. 

TODAY IS INDEPENDENCE DAY, a play in 
one act by William Hanley. 
Dramatists Play Service. 29 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1962, 
DU56653. NM: revision. © William 
Hanley; 4Dec67; DP6612. 

TOHU-BOHU, a contretemps in four acts 
& an epilog by Henry F. Beechhold. 
62 1. © Henry F. Beechhold; 29Apr68; 
DU71349. 

TOM. See 

THREE PLAYS AND A BALLET. 

TOM & GILDA; original T.V. script by 
Countess Christ (Charlotte Christ) 
39 1. © Charlotte Christ; 28May68; 
DU71615. 

TOM PAINE, a play in two parts by 
Paul Foster. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © Paul Foster; 6May68; 
DU71460. 

TOM PIPER, a new musical: book, music 
& lyrics by Edward J. Lakso. 2 v. 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Come to the inn, l8Mar63, DU57685. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Edward 
Joseph Lakso; 19Apr68; DU71360. 

TOMORROW = X 2 , by Myrtle S. Nord . 
127 1. A musical play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Myrtle S. 
Nord; 12Apr68; DU71290. 

TOMORROW'S ANOTHER DAY, a three act 
play by Doretta Tarmon. 1 v. 
© Doretta Tarmon; 28May68; -DU71550. 

TONIGHT WE DO IT WITHOUT THE NET, a 
musical comedy happening by Dana 
Suesse. 1 v. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Dana Suesse; 
8Apr68; DU71196. 



TONY TAMARROW, an original screen play 
by Glno Ardito. 74 1. © Gino 
Ardito; 22Msy68; DU7156"0. 

TOO HOT TO HANDLE, by Timothy Larkin. 
29 1. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Timothy Larkin; lApr68; 
DU71120. 

TORERO, an original filmplay by John 
C. Mebane. 122 1. © John Cummins 
Mebane; HDec67; DU70440. 

TORNADOES, by Wandell Allegood. 

6 1. A radio script. NM: addition & 
revision. © Wandell Allegood; 
27Mar68; C20482. 

THE TOTAL COMMUNICATIONS STORY, a 
motion picture script by Univac 
Division, Sperry Rand Corp. 43 1. 
© Sperry Rand Corp.; 15Mar68; C20419. 

A TOUCH OF HUMOR, by George Riddle. 
90 1. A screenplay. © George 
Riddle; 22Apr68; DU71381. 

THE TOUGH AND TENDER TROLL, by Phyllis 
McCallum. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer 
Drama Service. 53 P- 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 130ct66, 
DU67002. © Phyllis McCallum 
(Mrs. G. A.); 15Aug67; DP6613. 

THE TOUGHEST JOB; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 21 1. © Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 9May68; C20564. 

TOWARD MARRIAGE, a pre-marriage en- 
richment program, by Urban G. 
Steinmetz. 56 1. Lectures. 
© Upper Peninsula Family Life 
Bureau; l8Mar68; C20442. 

TOWARD THE RIVER OF RETURN, LINCOLN 
1861-1862, a play in two acts by 
Edward H. Devany. 1 v. © Edward 
Heath Devany; 24jan68; DU70643. 

THE TOWN THAT WENT BOOM, a more or less 
animated cartoon by Norman D. Dietz. 
114 1. 2 acts. Appl. ti.: The town 
went boom. Appl. states prev. reg. 
19Sep66, DP6158. NM: addition & 
revision. © Norman Donald Dietz; 
23Feb68; DP6628. 
TOWN WENT BOOM. See 

THE TOWN THAT WENT BOOM. 
EL TRAGALUZ; experimento en dos partes, 
original de Antonio Buero Vallejo. 
[Madrid] Ediciones Alfil. 103 p. 
(Coleccion teatro, 572) © Antonio 
Buero Vallejo; l8Mar68; DFO-1614. 
TRAGEDY, HISTORY AND ROMANCE, by John 
Gassner & Morris Sweetkind. 419 p. 

4 plays. Contents: Oedipus the king. 
--The crucible. — Henry IV, pt.l. — 
Cyrano de Bergerac. NM: revision. 

© Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc.; 
4 Jan 68: A980907 . 
THE TRAGEDY OF KING LEAR, by William 
Shakespeare. Magnatype ed. Pitts- 
burgh, Stanwix House. 307 p. 

5 acts. NM: new introd., synopsis 

6 glossary. © Stanwix House, Inc.; 
l6Nov67; A961687. 

THE TRAGEDY OF TITUS ANDRONICUS, by 
William Shakespeare; edited by 
Gustav Cross. Baltimore, Penguin 
Books. 127 p. (The Pelican Shake- 
speare, AB 33) 5 acts. NM: new ed . 
©Penguin Books, Inc.; 20Jun67 (in 
notice: 1966); A961995- 

TRAGEDY OF TRAGEDIES. See 

A MUSICAL VERSION OF HENRY FIELDING'S 
TRAGEDY OF TRAGEDIES. 

THE TRAGIC LIFE OF GUSTAVE BECHT, a 
play in three acts by Tam Mossman 
(Timothy Arthur Mossman) 76 1. 
© Tam Mossman; lApr68; DU71179. 



A TRAGIC PRESIDENT, by Thomas F. 
McKenna & William Davison. 9 1. 
© Kennascott Productions; 13Feb68; 
C20314. 
TRAIN, RUN, COME, LITTLE. 2 1. 

(Reading words in context, 7) A re- 
cording script. Appl. author: 
Borg-Warner Corp. © Borg-Warner 
Corp.; 3Nov67; C20412. 

A TRAIN TO THE STREET, a spectacular 
musical drama in 3 acts by Paul 
Cohen, pseud, of Paul Cohen White. 
103 1. Based on the book The street, 
by Ann Petry. Book only. © Paul 
Cohen; HMar68; DU70951. 

TRANSISTORS AND SOLID STATE, by 
William L. Moss. 5 1. Script. 
© Terry Moss Productions, solely 
owned by William L. Moss; 9Feb68; 
C20327. 

TRANSLATING CONCEPTS INTO PROGRAM FOR 
THE BRAIN- INJURED CHILD, by Sheldon 
R. Rappaport. 46 1. Lecture. 
© Pathway School; 26Mar68; C20458. 

EL TRANSPLANTE DE ALFREDITO; comedia 
picaresca original de Conde Maco, 
pseud, of Jeddu R. Mascorietto. 
48 1. © Jeddu R. Mascorietto; 
26Feb68; DU70888. 

THE TRAP, by Emanuel Lavinsky. 7 1. 
A play in 5 acts. © Emanuel Lavin- 
sky; 24jun68; DU71857. 

TRAVELER IN A FOREIGN LAND NAMED 
MONEY (The pursuit of a million by 
a hunter pursued) Concerning Sam 
Clemens, wheeler-dealer, by Bernard 
Sabath. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Bernard Sabath; 19Feb68; DU70803. 

TRAVELING MOM; an original story- 
written & adapted for television by 
Irene Jacob. 30 1. © Irene Jacob; 
3Jun68; DU71682. 

THE TRAVELLING SISTERS, a comedy in 
one act by John Kirkpatrick. New 
York, S. French. 32 p. Appl. au- 
thor : Samuel French, Inc . , employer 
for hire. © Samuel French, Inc.; 
30Dec66; DP6699. 

TREAT THE STREET; program no.13 by 
Victoria Danner Hartfield. 13 1. 
(Hello echo series) A television 
script. © Victoria Danner Hartfield; 
7Dec67; C20208. 

TREE, BIG, GOOD, CAT. 2 1. (Reading 
words in context, 3) A recording 
script. Appl. author: Borg-Warner 
Corp. © Borg-Warner Corp.; 3Nov67; 
C20416. 

THE TREE KINGDOM OF CALDOMAR. See 
ROCKET ROBIN HOOD. 

LOS TRESCIENTOS, by Martha A. Fuentes. 
28 1. A play in 2 scenes. ©Martha 
A. Fuentes; 25Jun68; DU71862. 

TRIADS, a one act play written by 

George R. Brander. 35 1- A play in 
11 scenes. © George R. Brander; 
29Apr68; DU71410. 

THE TRIAL AND DEATH OF SOCRATES, by 
Plato, arranged by Paul Nord. 
15 1. 3 pts. © Paul Nord; 12Mar68; 
DU70979. 

THE TRIAL OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN, by 
Paul V. Hale. 118 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Paul V. Hale; 24Jan68; 
DU70635. 

THE TRIAL OF THE OLD MANy-by Bernard 
Sabath. 22 1. A play in 1 act. 
© Bernard Sabath; lMay68; DU71429. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan. — June 



THE TRIANGLE, a play in three acts by- 
Russell LaDue. 1 v. © Russell 
M. LaDue, Jr.; 12Mar68; DU70952. 

TRIBUTE TO A SOLDIER, a play by John 
Groves. 1 v. 2 acts. © John 
Patrick Groves & Susan Rae Groves; 
15Apr68; DU71306. 

TRIBUTE TO DR. KING, FREE AT LAST, by 
Ethel Davenport. 2 1. © Excellorec 
c Co.; 31May68; C20652. 

A TRIBUTE TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
a play by Scott Cunningham. 20 1. 
25 scenes. Appl. ti.: Beautiful 
Dreamer. © Scott Cunningham; 
17Jun68; DU71807. 

TRILBY. 

S'/ENGALi: NO, MR. SVENGALI. 

THE TRIP OF P. A. 5679 THRU EQUIPMENT- 
LAND, by Henry Allen. 23 1. 
Recording script. © Gerber Products 
Co.; 27Mar68; C20459. 

THE TRIP TO DEATH; screenplay by 
J. M. Fernandez Unsain. 6l 1. 
Appl. author: Robert I. Bergman, 
employer for hire of Frank Marrero. 
© Filmex International, Inc.; 
26Apr68; DU71431. 

TRIPPED, a movie script by Marion Lee 
& Dev Il'sson, pseud, of Tom H. 
Hill. 4 1. 1 v. © Marion Lee & 
H. Hill; l4Feb68; DU70876. 

TROMPE L'OEIL; or, The girl in the 
green dress. By L. M. Sullivan 
(M. Sullivan) 34 1. © M. Sullivan; 
22Apr68; DU71292. 

TROUBLE WITH OUR DAUGHTER IS THAT SHE'S 
JUST LIKE YOUR SISTER, AMY. See 
Y0-Y0S. 

TRUE LIGHT AMONG THE SHADOWS. See 

THE SONG OF THE SHEPHERDS. 
THE TRUE STORY OF BONNIE AND CLYDE, 

by Billie Jean Parker Moon. 19 1. 

© Billie Jean Parker Moon; 6Mar68; 

C20390. 

THE TRUE STORY OF THE TOOTH FAIRY, and 
why brides wear engagement rings, by 
Otto Whittaker. 14 1. Script. 
© Otto Whittaker; 12Jun68; C20676. 

TRUST SEMINAR FOR COMMERCIAL BANK 
OFFICERS, by Joseph R. O'Neill & 
Joseph H. Payne. 1 v. © Joseph R. 
O'Neill & Joseph H. Payne; 2May68; 
C20607. 

THE TRUTH, THE TRUTH, NOTHING BUT THE 
TRUTH, by James E. Jewell. 5 1. 
A recording script. © Jewell Radio 
& Television Productions; 23May68; 
C 205 84. 

TUNA FISH COMMERCIAL. Series no. la 
thru no.lg. By T. Dawn Godes. 1 v. 
© T. Dawn Godes; 31May68; C20603. 

TUNA FISH COMMERCIAL. Series no. 2a 
thru 2j. By T. Dawn Godes. 1 v. 
© T. Dawn Godes; 31May68; C20604 . 

LA TURISTA, a play in two acts by Sam 
Shepard, pseud, of Samuel Shepard 
Rogers. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill. 
72 p. © Sam Shepard; 9Apr68; 
A997635- 

TURKEY TIME ETHIOPIANS, by Pat Cooper. 

4 1. Monologue. © Unart Music 

Corp. 5: Stu-pid Music, Inc.; 12Jan68; 

C20158. 
TURNABOUT IS FAIR PLAY? By Charles E. 

McVea. 8 1. A play. © Charles E. 

McVea; l6May68; DU71532. 
THE TURNING OF THE WORM, a comedy in 

three acts by Kenneth Bernard. 69 1. 

© Kenneth Bernard; llMar68; DU71001. 



'TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. See 
THE LITTLE SHEPHERD; 'TWAS THE NIGHT 
BEFORE CHRISTMAS; THE ANIMALS' 
FIRST CHRISTMAS; DICKENS' CHRIST- 
MAS CAROL. 
TWAT, a play by John Thackray. 1 v. 
2 acts. © John Thackray; 6Mar68; 
DU70967. 

TWELFTH NIGHT; commentary, complete 
text, glossary; edited by Sidney 
Lamb. Complete study ed. Lincoln, 
Neb., Cliff's Notes. 67 p.. 5 acts. 
Appl. author: Clifton K. Hillegass, 
employer for hire. NM: addition & 
revision. ©C. K. Hillegass; 
30Dec67; A969904. 

TWENTY DAYS. See 

EYE WITNESS: REPORT OF AN ASSASSINA- 
TION. 

THE TWENTY FIFTH FRAME; an original 
screen play based on Vingt cinquieme 
Image by Robert Chabrey. By Bill 
Ballln (William C. Ballin) 68 1. 
© William C. Ballin; 3Jun68; 
DU71686. 

TWO BROKEN HEARTS; an original story 

written & adapted for television by 

Edna May (Edna M. Christen) 30 1. 

© Edna M. Christen; 3Jun68; DU71681. 
TWO FOOLS WHO GAINED A MEASURE OF 

WISDOM, by Tim Kelly. New York, 

Dramatists Play Service. 16 p. 

After Anton Chekhov's short story 

Nothing to choose between them. 

© Tim Kelly; lApr68; DP6646. 
THE TWO GENERALS, by N. S. Robbins. 

30 1. A play. © N. S. Robbins; 

10Apr68; DU71256. 
TWO GUNS AT SUNDOWN; written by J. Frank 

James. Ill 1. A screenplay. Appl. 

author: Les Hafner, employer for hire. 

© Les Hafner; 23Feb68; DU70927. 
TWO IF BY SEA, by Priscilla B. Dewey. 

1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Priscilla 

B. Dewey; 28Mar68; DU71157. 
THE TWO MAPLE TREES, a fantasy for 

children in three acts by Eugene 

Schwarz, translated from the Russian 

by Elizabeth Reynolds Hapgood. 

44 1. © Elizabeth Reynolds Hapgood; 

13Mar68; DU70986. 
TWO OF EACH KiND, a musical version 

of Noah and the ark for children; 

book ft lyrics by Susan B. Bayer & 

Marjorie S. Mandell, music by 

Barbara B. Reis. 1 v. 2 acts. 

© Marjorie S. Mandell & Susan B. 

Bayer; 21Feb68; DU70854 . 
TWO PLUS TWO, a screenplay by Milton 
Bowser. 7 1- © Milton Bowser; 
25Apr68; A997275- 
WO SEASONS; two one act plays by 

Darril Hudson. 1 v. Contents: 

First frost of autumn. — Stone cold. 

© Darril Hudson; 6Mar68; DU70968. 



u 



U.N. I. T. -5; original screenplay by 
William Ross. 48 1. Episode no.l: 
The spy killers. © William Ross; 
12Apr68; DU7I285. 

UGLY FACED WOMAN, by Stephan Smith, 
Clinton E. Moon & Barbara Burt. 4 1. 
Monolog. © Stephan Smith, Barbara 
Burt & Clinton E. Moon; 24May68; 
C20594. 
UMBASSA AND THE DRAGON, by Howard 

Kaylan, Mark Volman, Jim Pons, Al 

Nichol & Johnny Barbata. Sheet. 

© Ishmael Music & Blimp Music; 

25Apr68; C20510. 

UNCLE WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU, a musical 
play, book by Neal Jordan, pseud, of 
Johnny Neal Heard, & Flo Wyatt, pseud, 
of Margery Flo Cllsbee, lyrics by 
Mary Lois Griggs, music by Bill 



Baker (Billy Winston Baker) based on 
an original idea by Neal Jordan & 
Flo Wyatt. 2 v. 2 acts. © Mary 
Lois Griggs, Bill Baker, Flo Wyatt & 
Neal Jordon; 10Jan68; DU70455. 

UNDER THE VOLCANO, a film adaptation 
by Herb Greer. 90 1. From the 
novel by Malcolm Lowry. Appl. 
author: Octavio Senoret. © Herb 
Greer & Octavio Senoret; 26Dec67; 
DU70424. 

UNDER THUNDER MOUNTAIN, a dance-drama 
in three acts by Dee Strickland 
Johnson. 1 v. © Dee Strickland 
Johnson; 26Feb68; DU70884. 

UNDER WHAT SIGN WERE YOU BORN? By 
Ruth Sunenshine (Ruth S. Lopert) 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Ruth 
S. Lopert; 5Jan68; DU70448. 

THE UNDERGRADUATE, by Ruth Elizabeth 
Mach. 33 1. A play in 2 scenes. 
© Ruth Elizabeth Mach; 14May68; 
DU71520. 

THE UNDERGROUND BIRD, by Rose Leiman 
Schiller, with a specially written 
discussion guide by Charles Winick. 
New York, Family Service Assn. of 
America. 28 p. (Plays for living) 
© Rose Leiman Schiller; 6Mar68; 
DP6641. 

THE UNFINISHED TASK, by T. C. Upham. 
1 v. A play in 6 scenes with pro- 
logue & epilogue. Appl. states 
epilogue prev. reg. as A man can 
dream, l8Aug59, DU49555. NM: addi- 
tions. © Thomas Carlton Upham; 
l8Mar68; DU71010. 

UNHOLY ALLIANCE; original screenplay 
by Joper, pseud, of Joseph Santos. 
66 1. © Pasqualini Operating Co., 
Inc.; 3Jul68; DU71867. 

THE UNIFORM UNICORN, a three act play 
for children by Phyllis McCallum, 
words & music by Phyllis McCallum. 
Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama Service. 
51 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
3Aug65, DU6368O. NM: editorial 
revision. © Phyllis McCallum" 
(Mrs. G. A.); 15Aug67; DP6614 . 

UNITED WE STAND, by J. H. Odell. 

4 p. © Portal Press, Inc.; lMar68; 

DP6667 . 
THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER AND HIS WIFE, by 

Peter Ustinov. New York, Random 

House. 121 p. 2 acts. Appl. 

states prev. reg. 29Sep66, DU66918. 
© Pavor, S.A.; 22Dec67; DP6640. 

THE UNMIXABLES, a discussion starter 
by Bill Comeau. Downers Grove, 111., 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc. 12 p. 
Appl. author: Arthur Meriwether, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc.; lFeb68; DP6658. 

OTNA AMD THE BEAR-PRINCE, by Sarah E. 
Stevenson. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Sarah E. Stevenson; 19Jun68; 
DU71829. 
UNTILTED. See 

TILT. 
DIE UNVOLLENDETE SYMPHONIE; Spiel in 
einem Akt von Sandor Marai. 39 1. 
© Sandor Marai; 6Jun68; DU71738. 

UP, a new musical by Bernard Owett 
& Robert Sturtevant. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book only. © Bernard Owett & 
Robert Sturtevant; 3May68; DU71489. 

UP AND DOWN MAIN STREET, a modern 

musical melodrama in three acts, book 
& lyrics by Rainsford J. Winslow. 
54 1. Book & lyrics only. © Rains- 
ford J. Winslow; HJan68; DU70510. 



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UP AND DOWN MAIN STREET, a modern 
musical melodrama In three acts; 
book & lyrics by Rainsford J. Hins- 
low, music by James W. Blake & 
others. 54 1. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. HJan6§, 
DU70510. NM: additions. © Rains- 
ford J. Winslow; 13Feb68; DU70768. 

UP WITH BALLOONS AND DOWN WITH LOLLI- 
POPS, by Harold M. Shaw, Jr., [music] 
by Jere H. Wright (Geraldine H. 
Wright) 1 v. A play with music. 
© Jere Hathaway Wright; 23May68; 
DU71580. 

UP YOUR ASSETS, a new musical, book & 
lyrics by Joe Clark (Joseph William 
Clark) & Walter Mathews, music by Ben 
dl Tostl. 71 1. Book & lyrlcB only. 
© Joseph W. Clark & Walter H. Mathews; 
4Mar68; DU70945. 

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. 60 1. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
3Jul67, DU69330. NM: 5 songs. 
© Rainsford J. Winslow & Winifred W. 
Winslow; 17May68; DU71547. 



V 



THE VW FORMULA FOR INCREASED SALES AND 
INCOME; color slide film by Volks- 
wagen of America. 31 1. Recording 
script. Appl. ti.: Management 
guide: The VW formula for increased 
sales and income. © Volkswagen of 
America, Inc.; 2Apr68; C20486. 

THE VACATION, a play for radio, by 
Stephen Greece 21 1. © Stephen 
Richard Grecco; HJun68; DU71749. 

THE VAGABOND; an original story written 
8: adapted for television by Bill Joe 
Bristol. 30 1. © Bill Joe Bristol; 
3Jun68; DU71675. 

VALADAO'S SAND CASTLE, a one act play 
for boys & girls by Gene Semenov 
Feves. 17 1. From International 
themes: Plays for junior actors. 
© Gene Semenov Feves; l4May68; 
DU71518. 

LA VALEUR D'UNE OPTIQUE SPIRITUELLE 
(The value of a spiritual outlook) 
Conference sur la Science Chretienne 
par Paul A. Erlckson. 28 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 14Sep65, C17996. 
NM: translation. © Paul A. Erlckson; 
19Feb68; C20319. 

IL VALORE DI UN PUNTO DI VISTA SPIRIT- 
UALE (The value of a spiritual out- 
look) Conferenza sulla Scienza 
Cristlana di Paul A. Erlckson. 32 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 14Sep65, 
C17996. NM: translation. © Paul A. 
Erlckson; 19Feb68; C20317. 

VALPARAISO, by James Henry Bierman. 
35 1. A play. © James Henry Bier- 
man; 13Feb68; DU70772. 

THE VALUE LEADER. Pt.l. Recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. 19 1. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 29Jan68; C20252. 

VALUE OF A SPIRITUAL OUTLOOK. See 
HET BELANG VAN EEN GEESTELIJKE 

LEVENSBESCHOUWING . 
LA VALEUR D'UNE OPTIQUE SPIRITUELLE. 
IL VALORE DI UN PUNTO DI VISTA 
SPIRITUALE. 



VARIATIONS ON A THEME BY LINCOLN, a 

play In two acts by Frances Lohman. 

39 1. © Frances Lohman; 9Jan68; 

DU7047L 
VARIATIONSSPIEL, von Alfred Warnes, 

pseud, of Alfred Wurst. Wien, 

Universal Edition (14742) 74 1. 

A play. © Universal Edition, A.G.; 

9Nov67; DFO-1606. 

A VARIETY OF SHORT PLAYS; edited by 
John C. Schweitzer. New York, 
Scribner. 447 p. (Scribner school 
paperbacks, SSP 11) Appl. author:. 
Charles Scribner 1 s Sons, employer 
for hire. © Charles Scribner' s 
Sons; 20Feb68; A985046. 

VASCAR; words S: music by Bob Scott 
(Robert Merrit Scott) transcribed 
from transcription by George B. 
Lowder. 2 sheets. © Robert Merrit 
Scott; 25Mar68; C20473. 

VEBLEN, a play in three acts by 
Leonard S. Silk. New York, A. M. 
Kelley. 138 p. © Leonard S. Silk; 
15Jun66; DP6720. 
VEC MAKROPOULOS. See 
THE MAKROPOULOS SECRET. 

VEJEN TIL EN RIGERE LIVSFORELSE (The 
way of abundant life) A Christian 
Science lecture by Paul K. Wavro. 
19 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
17Feb65, C17357. NM: Danish transla- 
tion. © Paul K. Wavro; 29Feb68; 
C20448. 

VELIKIIATU V PLAMUK; istoricheska drama 
v tri delstvifa, by Stefan Shlshkov. 
120 1. © Stefan Shlshkov; 5Jun68; 
DU71707. 

EL VELORIO DEL CHE GUEVARA; satira anti- 
comunista para radio, teatro, cine, 
television y grabaciones, original de 
Jose Antonio Gutierrez Cabrera. 
38 1. © Jose Antonio Gutierrez 
Cabrera; 24Apr68; DU71438. 

THE VERB TO BE, by Selma Greenberg & 
Frances Alston. 10 1. (Developing 
fundamental language patterns)* 
Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 2Feb68; C20287. 

THE VERB TO DO, by Selma Greenberg & 
Frances Alston. 10 1. (Developing 
fundamental language patterns) 
Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 2Feb68; C20288. 

THE VERB TO GO, by Selma Greenberg & 
Frances Alston. 9 1. (Developing 
fundamental language patterns) 
Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 2Feb68; C20285 . 

THE VERB TO HAVE, by Selma Greenberg & 
Frances Alston. 9 1. (Developing 
fundamental language patterns) 
Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 2Feb68; C20284 . 

THE VERB TO SAY, by Selma Greenberg & 
Frances Alston. 9 1. (Developing 
fundamental language patterns) 
Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 2Feb68; C20289. 
THE VERB TO SEE, by Selma Greenberg & 
Frances Alston. 10 1. (Developing 
fundamental language patterns) 
Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 2Feb68; C20286. 

VERNA, by Omar Paxson. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Omar Paxson; 21Mar68; 
DU71088. 

THE VERY BEGINNING, a musical by 
Howard Brooks. 1 v. © Howard 
Brocks; 29Dec67; DU70410. 

A VERY SPECIAL DAY, by Nick Cosentino. 
79 1. A screenplay. © Nick Cosen- 
tino; 28Feb68; DU70906. 



THE VICTIMS OF HEAVEN, by Eleanor 
Zlmmer. 124 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Eleanor Zimmer; 4Mar68; DU70896. 

VICTORIA, a drama in two acts & five 
scenes by Louis J. Thomas. 1 v. 
© Louis J. Thomas; 3Jun68; DU71650. 

LA VIE; book & lyrics by Anton Agalbato 
& Howard G. Bloomfield. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. Book £c lyrics only. 
© Anton Agalbato & Howard G. Bloom- 
field; 28jun68; DU71824. 

LA VIE PARISIENNE; operetta in three 
acts. Music by Jacques Offenbach, 
original libretto by H. Mellhac &. L. 
Halevy, new book & lyrics by Phil 
Park, music arr. & adapted by Ronald 
Hanmer. London, J. Weinberger. 96 p. 
English. Libretto. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 31May67, EF0-122224. NM: 
revisions. © Josef Weinberger, Ltd.; 
30Apr68; DF1916. 

LA VTLLE A VOILE; piece en trois actes 
de Paul Willems. [Paris] Gallimard. 
179 P- (Le Manteau d'arlequin) 
©Editions Gallimard; 30Nov67; 
DFO-1582. 



VILLE AU FOND DE LA MER. 
LA DEFAITE D'ANNIBAL. 



See 



LA VILLE DONT LE PRINCE EST UN ENFANT; 
trois actes de Henry de Montherlant. 
Texte de 1967. [Paris] Gallimard. 
282 p. © Editions Gallimard; 15Nov67; 
DFO-1577. 

VINGT CINQUIEME IMAGE. See 
THE TWENTY FIFTH FRAME. 

VIOLET'S JUGGERNAUT, an original 

story written & adapted for television 
by E. Aronson Mehlinger. 31 1. 
© E. Aronson Mehlinger; lFeb68; 
DU70713. 

VIRGIN KOTLIE'S FOLLIES, by Marlyn 
Marsh, pseud, of Evelyn May. 143 1. 
A musical play In 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Marlyn Marsh; 
29Jul67; DP6585. 

VIS A VIS, by N. S. Robbins. 95 1. 
A play. © N. S. Robbins; 10Apr68; 
DU71255- 

THE VISION OF VASAVADATTA (Svapnavasa- 
vadattam) By Bhasa, translated Into 
English by Nlranjan Bhagat. 1 v. 
A play in 6 acts. Appl. author: 
Institute for Advanced Studies in the 
Theatre Arts, employer for hire. 
© Institute for Advanced Studies in 
the Theatre Arts; 9Jan68; DU70441. 
VISIT THE CITY, by Gopher Smith, pseud. 
of Thomas E. Lairsey. 3 1- Monolog. 
© Thomas E. Lairsey; 27May68; C20592. 

VISITATION IN B#, a one act play by 
Howard Cruse. 40 1. © Howard 
Cruse; llApr68; DU71274 . 
VISUAL ORIENTATION AND DISCRIMINATION 
TRAINING MATERIALS, by George 
Brabner, Jr. 3 1. © George 
Brabner, Jr.; 22Jan68; C20375. 
VIVE LE AMOUR, by Samuel J. Warshawsky. 
20 1. A musical play. Book only. 
© Samuel Jesse Warshawsky; 25Jan68; 
DU70651. 
LA VIZCONDESA DE JORBALAN; momentos de 
la vida de Santa Maria Micaela, en 
tres actos, el segundo dividldo en 
dos cuadros, en verso, original de 
G. Hernandes Mir y J. Lopez de la 
Hera. Madrid, Graficas Sanchez. 
118 p. © G. Hernandes Mir & J. Lopez 
de la Hera; 170c t64; DFI9O5. 
THE VOICE OF RACHEL, a project sub- 
mitted to the graduate division in 
partial fulfillment of the require- 
ments for the degree of Master of 
Science in Music by Imogene A. North. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Imogene 
Averial North; 20Mar68; DU71172. 



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THE VOICE OF THE GHETTO, by Rodney K. 
Douglas. 27 1. A play in 2 scenes. 

Ddney Knaul Douglas; 19Jan68; 
DU70594 . 

VOICES, a one-act play by Gary Schmidt. 
26 1. S Gary E. Schmidt; 12Apr68; 
DU71282. 
VOUS ET DIEU (You and God) Conference 
sur la Science Chretlenne par Paul 
A. Erlckson. 29 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 15Aug66, C18881. HI!: 
translation. © Paul A. Erlckson; 
10Feb68; C2O3I8. 
VOUS M'OUBLIEREZ. See 
LES CHAMPS MAGNETIQUES. 

VOWELS, by Roberta La Coste, Alvera B. 
Meighan & Dorothy Craig. 1 v. 
(Ideal structured reading tapes, 
series 2745) © Ideal School Supply 
Co.; 19Feb68; C20359. 

THE VOYAGE OF THE MORNINGSTAR, by Anne 
Willis & Kathleen Kilgore. 14 1. A 
play. © Herman B. Director Assoc, 
Inc.; 26Jun68; DU71821. 

VREDE IS INDIVIDUEEL. (Peace is in- 
dividual) Een lezing over de 

telijke Wetenschap door Roy 
J. Linnig. 26 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 2LNov66, C1926 1 t . NM: 
translation. © Roy J. Linnig; 
29Jan68; C202;9. 



w 



W. D. JONES REMEMBERS BONNIE AND CLYDE. 
4 1. Appl. author: KPRC News. 
© KPRC News; 15Apr68; C20506. 

WACO ROSE, written by Billy H. Smith. 
Sheet. Narration. Appl. author: 
Wild Blue Music. ©Wild Blue 
Music; 8Jan68; C20155 . 

WAITING, a play in several scenes by 
Gordon Tretick. 63 1. © Gordon A. 
Tretick; 22Apr68; DU713&5 . 
THE WAKE, a poem of remembrance by 
Patricia V. Schneider. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 38 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker 
Co.; 13Jun68; DP6725 . 

THE WAKE OF THE OLD MAN, a new play by 
George Panetta. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© George Panetta; 9Feb68; DU70759. 

WAKE UP AMERICA, by Merle Eugene Couch. 
Sheet. Monolog. © Merle Eugene 
Couch; 29Mar68; C20466. 

WALK DOWN MY STREET, a topical musical 
revue, book by Patricia Taylor 
Curtis, lyrics by Patricia Taylor 
Curtis & Gabriel Levenson, music 
by Norman Curtis & James Taylor. 
■ . 3 parts. © Norman Curtis, 
Patricia Taylor Curtis, Gabriel 
Levenson & James Taylor; 5Feb68; 
DU70706. 

WALK IN THE SHADOW OF A MAN, a screen- 
play by Bill Whelan. 42 1. © Bill 
tfhelan; 15Jan68; DU70533. 

THE WALL OF SILAS STONE, by Jack 
Ripley. Sheet. © Vidor Publica- 
tions, Inc.; 8jan68; C20181. 

WALTER WINCHELL HOTLINE; telephone 
presentation by International 
Magazine Service of the Mid-At- 
lantic, Inc. 2 sheets. © Inter- 
national Magazine Service of the 
Mid-Atlantic, Inc.; 5Jan68; C20144. 
WANTED: A PRESIDENT, by Phyllis C. 

Peterson. 1 v . A musical play. 

© Phyllis C. Peterson: 17Jun68; 

DU71802. 



WANTED: SEXPERTS AND SERPENTS FOR OUR 
GARDEN OF MAIDENS (Quorum eroticum) 
A new musical for the stage or con- 
cert hall by Alexander Laszlo. 
2 v. Based on poems by Catullus & 
others. © Guild Publications of 
California, Inc.; 21May68; DP6732. 

WAR. See 

WAR AND FOUR OTHER PLAYS. 

WAR AND FOUR OTHER PLAYS, by Jean 

Claude Van Itallle. Dramatists Play 
Service. 74 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg.: Almost like being, War, The 
hunter and the bird, I'm really here, 
Where is de queen; 12Apr66; DU65538, 
65537, 65535, 65540, 65892. NM: 
additions & revision. © Jean Claude 
Van Itallle; I5NOV67; DP6600. 

WAR AND WAR, by Wendell Metzger. 
81 1. A play. © Wendell Metzger; 
19Mar68; DU71067. 

WAR GAMES; or, Our draft dodgers in 
Canada. By Neal Weaver. 78 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Neal Weaver; 
22May68; DU71577. 

WAR OF THE JUICES, by Richard P. 

Friedrich. 6 1. A play. © Richard 
P. Friedrich; 6May68; DU71420. 

THE WARD MEETING, a one act play by 
Marjorie A. Gilchrist (Marjorie A. 
Terry) 13 1. © Marjorie A. Gil- 
christ; 20Feb68; DU7O843. 

WARM NOVEMBER, by Robert Olen Butler. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Robert 
Olen Butler; 25Jun68; DU71864. 

A WARNING OF EVIL DOERS, by St. Carrol, 
pseud, of Carrie Rasin. Sheet. 
Lecture. © Carrie Rasin; 29Mar68; 
C20467 . 

WASHINGTON SQUARES, one satire for two 
players by Elyse Nass. 14 1. 
© Elyse Nass; 29Mar68; DU71159. 

THE WATER HEN, a spherical tragedy 
in three acts by Stanislaw Ignacy 
Witkiewicz; English version by 
C. S. Durer & Daniel C. Gerould. 
(In First stage. Lafayette, Ind., 
Purdue University. vol. VI, no. 2, 
p. 86-102) © Daniel C. Gerould & 
C. S. Durer; 150ct67; DP6583. 

WATER, WATER EV'RYWHERE; story & screen- 
play by Joe Greene. 50 1. (Concho 
County) Appl. author: Robert N. 
Sherman a.k.a. Reed Sherman, employer 
for hire. © Robert N. Sherman; 
29Mar68; DU71112. 

THE WATERING PLACE, by Lyle Kessler. 

1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Lyle 
Kessler; 7Mar68; DU70973. 

WATERMELON MAN; first draft screen- 
play by Herman Raucher. 132 1. 
© Herman Raucher; 3May68; DU71446. 

WATERMELONS AND THE NEW TESTIMEHT; 
screenplay for film short by Thomas 
Bove. 12 1. © Thomas Bove; 25Feb68; 
369. 

WAY OF ABUNDANT LIFE. See 

VEJEN TIL EN RIGERE LIVSFORELSE. 

WAY OUT WEST IN LOTUS LAND, by Kent 
Kessinger. 1 v. A play in 4 scenes. 
Kent Kessinger; l8jan68; DU70584 . 

WAY OUTER SPACE, a musical comedy, 
book, lyrics, music by Doug Spears. 

2 v. 2 acts. © Doug Spears; 
15May68; DU71524. 

THE WAY TO LOVE, by Aurea Pizarro. 
31 1. A play in 3 acts. © Aurea 
Pizarro & Isabel Pizarro; 30Jan68; 
DU70696. 

WE AND THE LAW, by Salvatore T. Covino. 
1 v. Screenplay. © Salvatore T. 
Covino; 26Dec67; DU70396. 



HE FIRST AMERICANS ALL HAVE A LOT IN 
COMMON, an address prepared from an 
animal viewpoint by Sniffles, a dog 
type person, as told to Harvey A. 
Shiffer. 6 1. © Harvey Shlffer & 
Sniffles Wildlife Club; 19Apr68; 
C20535. 

WE LIVE IN A DEMOCRACY; program no. 14 
by Victoria Danner Hartfield. 13 1. 
(Hello echo series) A television 
script. © Victoria Danner Hartfield; 
7Dec67; C20209. 

WE WILL LIVE TOGETHER OR PERISH LIKE 
FOOLS. 7 1. Narration. Appl. 
author: Theme Productions, Inc. 
©Theme Productions, Inc.; 13May68; 
C20576. 

WEDDING OF THE BRIDE AND GROOM; program 
no. 5 by Victoria Danner Hartfield. 
7 1. (Hello echo series) A tele- 
vision script. © Victoria Danner 
Hartfield; 7Dec67; C20197. 

WEEKEND, a comedy in two acts by Gore 
Vidal. Dramatists Play Service. 
86 p. © Gore Vidal; I8jun68; DP6729. 
THE WEIGHT WATCHERS, by Mary Engel. 
Sheet. Monolog. © Mary Engel; 
21Feb68; C20341. 



WELCOME, by Tom Whitman 
and say series, 1-39-^, 
Book Co.; HJun68; C20694 



4 1. (See 
and say series, 1-39-3) © American 
"1694. 



WELCOME HOME, DEAREST LOVE, a new 

comedy In three acts by Sidney Slon. 
1 v. © Sidney Slon; l6Feb68; 
DU70808. 

WELCOME TO CINCINNATI, a play with 
lyrics by Terry Alan Smith. 41 1. 
12 scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© Terry Alan Smith; 19Feb68; 
DU70834. 

THE WELCOMING, a comedy in one-act by 
Mary Fournier Bill. 23 1. © Mary 
Fournier Bill; l8Mar68; DU71058. 

WERTHER; lyric drama in four acts, 
music by J. Massenet, English ver- 
sion by Ruth & Thomas Martin. 35 1- 
After Goethe. Libretto. © Ruth 
Martin & Thomas Martin; 4Jan68; 
DU70446. 

A WESTERN, by Vic Morrow & Frank Kowal- 
ski (Francis Louis Kowalski) 159 1- 
A screenplay. © Vic Morrow & Francis 
Louis Kowalski; 24Apr68; DU71389. 

WESTERN ART, by Jam Handy Organization. 
1 v. 6 recording scripts. Appl. ti.: 
A survey of Western art. © Jam 
Handy Organization; 13May68; C20578. 

THE WESTERN BOUNTY HUNTER, by Norman 
Thomas Brecht. 3 1. A screenplay. 
© Norman Thomas Brecht; 24Jan68; 
DU70561. 

WESTINGHOUSE RANGES, THE COMPARISON 
STORY; recording script for Westing- 
house Electric Corp. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 18 1. © Westing- 
house Electric Corp.; 9May68; C20555. 

WHAT? By Erwin H. Lerner. 51 1. 
A play. © Erwin H. Lerner; 
12Jun68; DU71752- 

WHAT A FRIEND, by Dorothy Norwood. 
Sheet. NM: addition. © Herman 
Lubinsky d.b.a. Planemar Music Co.; 
l4Mar68; C20423. 

WHAT ARE LITTLE GIRLS MADE OF? A 

dramatic episode in one act by Joseph 
Golden. 17 1. © Joseph Golden; 
l4May68; DU71535- 

WHAT CONFUCIUS DIDN'T SAY; film 
script by Jack T. Chia. 28 1. 
3ased on a one act play by the same 
author. © Jack T. Chia; 22Mar68; 
DU71089. 



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WHAT DO YOU CARE? IT'S BEYOND REPAIR. 
By Warren Kliewer; music by Herbert 
Bielawa. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Warren 
Kliewer; 2Jan67; DU70393. 

WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY THAT? By Henry 
Kitt. 52 1. A play. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 3Jan66, DU64995. © Henry 
Kitt; 12Feb6"8; DU70737. 

THE WHAT-DO-YOU-THINK MAN, by Nancy 
Riggan. 53 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Nancy Riggan; 13May68; DU71506". 

WHAT EVERY MAN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT WOMEN, 
a comedy in two acts by William C. 
Shaw. 103 1. © William C. Shaw; 
13Mar68; DU71020. 

WHAT GOOD ARE TEARS? A play in three 
acts by Glover Buck. 129 1. 
© Glover Buck; 26Jan68; DU70665. 

WHAT GOVERNS YOU? A Christian Science 
lecture by James Spencer. Folder. 
© James Spencer; 4Dec67; C20264 . 

WHAT IS AN AMERICAN, by Captain Stubby, 
pseud, of Tom C. Fouts. 2 1. 
© Tom C. Fouts; 25Apr68; C20524 . 

WHAT IS RELIGION? Readings from 
selected lectures by Swami Prabha- 
vananda. 21 1. Recording script. 
© Vedanta Society of Southern Cali- 
fornia; 19Jan68; C20193. 

WHAT IS YOUR STANDARD FOR LIVING? 

A Christian Science lecture by Norman 
B. Holmes. Folder. © Norman D. 
Holmes; 4Dec67; C20272. 

WHAT MAKES THE MAN, a musical play by 
Didian Goldberg & James Donenfeld. 
1 v. 9 scenes. © Didian Goldberg & 
James Donenfeld; 29Feb68; DU70913. 

(WHAT TIME IS IT?) See 
SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS. 

WHAT'S A FEW YEARS? A comedy in three 
acts by Carl E. Bolte, Jr. 1 v. 
With music. © Carl E. Bolte, Jr.; 
10Apr68; DU71257. 

WHAT'S YOUR NAME? a play in one -act 
by Aviva Ravel, pseud, of Eva 
Rubalsky. 3* 1. © Aviva Ravel 
(Eva Rubalsky); 28Dec67; DU70423. 

THE WHEEL OF IXION, by Neil di Lorenzo. 
75 1. A play. © Neil di Lorenzo; 
l6Jan68; DU70548. 

WHEN LOVE GROWS SWEET, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Helaine Gabertovich 
(Helaine Gabertovich Stone) 30 1. 
© Helaine G. Stone; 10Apr68; 
DU71263. 

WHEN MEN ARE SCARCE, a comedy in one 
act by John Kirkpatrick. New York, 
S. French. 35 p. Appl. author: 
Samuel French, Inc . , employer for 
hire. © Samuel French, Inc.; 
20Dec67; DP6693. 

WHEN THE BOUGH BREAKS. See 
COPANI PLAYS. 

WHEN THE CHILDREN TAKE OVER, a chil- 
dren ' s play by Marvin Davis . 
27 1. 2 scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© Marvin Davis; 15May68; DUT1485. 

WHEN THE GREAT EARTH CHANGES CAME, a 
one act play by Wayne Clifford 
Harlow. 40 1. © Wayne Clifford 
Harlow; lApr68; DU71178. 

WHEN THE NIGHTINGALE SINGS, by Margret- 
ta Scott Lawler. 31 1. A play. 
© Margretta Scott Lawler; 13Jun68; 
DU71783 . 



WHERE ARE YOU GOING, HOLLIS JAY? 
A play by Benjamin Bradford. 18 1. 

Benjamin Bradford; 10Jun68; 
DU71746. 

WHERE BEATS THE RAIN, a Lincoln histori- 
cal play in three acts by Gordon 
Hawkins. 57 1. Appl- states prev. 
reg. 26jun56, DU42840. NM: revision. 
© Gordon Hawkins; 6Mar68; DU70902. 

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? By Carla 
Joseph. 103 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Carla Joseph; 12Feb68; DU70762. 

WHERE DOES LEADERSHIP BEGIN, by Charles 
E. Jones. 13 1. A monolog. 
© Charles E. Jones; 12Feb68; C20334. 

WHERE IS CHE GUEVARA? A play by Leo 
Rutman. 65 1. © Leo Rutman; 6May68; 
DU71454 . 

WHERE IS DE QUEEN. See 
WAR AND FOUR OTHER PLAYS. 

WHERE IS YOUR BROTHER? A peace 
presentation in two parts by Jay 
Gurian 5: Duane Preble. 1 v. 
© Jay Gurian & Duane Preble; 
15Mar68; C20398. 

WHERE IT'S AT, a musical play by 

Robert Oliphant. 1 v. © Robert T. 
Oliphant; 15Feb68; DU70879. 

WHICH BARBARIAN? A commentary on 
other times as well as our own, 
by Helen Trenwith Wiebe. 1 v. 
3 acts. With music. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 20Mar67, DU68130. NM: 
additions. © Helen Trenwith Wiebe; 
l4Feb68; DU70786. 

WHICH ONE, MR. PAINE? A one act play 
by H. G. Marble. 31 1. © Herbert 
G. Marble; 7Feb68; DU70748. 

WHICH WAY UGANDA? A comedy in three 
acts by Elliott Joseph. 1 v. 
© Elliott Joseph; l4Mar68; DU71033. 

■JHITE OR BLACK, by Anthony Harrison. 
A play. Sheet. © Anthony Harrison; 
12Apr68; DU71281. 

THE WHITE ROOM, by J. Spencer Herz. 
34 1. A play. © J. Spencer Herz; 
29Apr68; DU71350. 

THE WHITE ROOM - II, a play in one act 
by J. Spencer Herz. 32 1. © J. Spen- 
cer Herz; 24May68; DU71597- 

WHITE ROSES, by Robert Kern. 1 v. 
A musical screenplay. Book & lyrics 
only. Includes music to 1 song. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 12Sep6l, 
DU54031. NM: addition & revision. 
© Robert Kern; 25Apr68; DU71335- 

WHITHER FOOTBALL? A comedy by Shirley 
Reynolds. 1 v. 3 acts. © Shirley 
Reynolds (Mrs. Verne B. Reynolds); 
26Feb68; DU70950. 

WHO BUILDS THIS LOFTY STRUCTURE, by 
David J. Kennedy. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © David J. Kennedy; 6Jun68; 
DU71610. 

WHO WAS THIS MAN LINCOLN? By H. L. 
Porter. 47 1. A play. © Howard 
Leonard Porter; 29Dec67; DU70406. 



WHO'LL KILL ROCKET ROBIN. 
ROCKET ROBIN HOOD. 



See 



WHO'S CRAZY? By Margretta Scott Law- 
ler. 21 1. A play. © Margretta 
Scott Lawler; 13Jun68; DU71782. 

WHO'S IN CONTROL? A Christian Science 
lecture by Charles W. Ferris. 
Folder. © Charles W. Ferris; 
4Dec67; C20267. 

WHO'S THE FOX, WHO'S THE HUNTER? 
An historical drama in two acts by 
James E. Colaneri. 1 v. © James E. 
Colaneri; 10Jun68; DU71742. 



WHOSE LITTLE BOY ARE YOU? By Alan P. 
Levenstein. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Alan P. Levenstein; l6May68; 
DU71525. 

WHUTS A TEACHAH? One act tragi-comedy 

by George Pac Urar. 5 1. © George 

Pac Urar; 8jan68; DU70513- 
WHY BE FENCED IN? A Christian Science 

lecture by Charles M. Carr. Folder. 

© Charles M. Carr; 4Dec67; C20268. 

WHY BE MAD AT ME, a three act play 
by Suan-Lumia, pseud, of Susan Lumia. 
68.1. © Susan Lumia; 7May68; 
DU71472. 

WHY, MOMMY, WHY? by Alice Nelson. Con- 
nie Diercks & Jamie Barritt. 7 1. 
Script. © Alice Nelson, Ann Fleenor, 
Connie Diercks & Jamie Barritt; 
19Jun68; C20679- 

WHY NOT? A play in one act by Sandra 
A. Zummo. 14 1. © Sandra A. Zummo; 
22Apr68; DU71312- 

WHY TEMPEST CUSTOM TOPS COMPETITION; 
recording script for Pontiac Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
Pt.l. 16 1. © Pontiac Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
9May68; C20558. 

WHY WE ARE HERE, by Harry J. Stearns. 
Sheet. © Harry J. Stearns; 25Jan68; 
C20240. 

WHY WE STUDY IT; ORIGINS OF THE GODS; 
THE OLYMPIC GODS, PT.l; & others by 
Coronet Instructional Films. 6 v. 
(Greek mythology series) Filmstrip 
scripts. © Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
21Jun68; C20699- 

WHY WORRY? A Christian Science lecture 
by Hazel R. Harrison. Folder. 
© Hazel R. Harrison; 4Dec67; C20270. 

WID, by Tar, pseud, of J. Howard K. 
Barnes. 102 1. A screenplay. 
© Justin Tarr, pseud. (Ramtar 
Productions); 8Apr68; DU71278. 

WIDOW'S MITE, a play in one act by 
C. B. Gilford & Elizabeth Gibson. 
Dramatists Play Service. 24 p. 
Based on a story by C. B. Gilford. 
© C. B. Gilford & Elizabeth Gibson; 
1Nov67; DP6581. 

THE WIDOWS' WINE, by Garnett Lee Hearl . 
48 1. A play in 2 acts. © Garnett 
Lee Hearl; 28May68; DU71614. 

A WIFE FOR FATHER; classic come drama 
in 3 acts & epilogue by Ben Zvl. 
73 1. © Ben Zvl; 8Jan68; DU70465. 

THE WILD SWANS, by Bobbye Russell 
(Bobbye Russell Durrett) 42 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Bobbye Russell 
Durrett (Mrs. R. E. Durrett, Jr.); 
19Feb68; DU70800. 

WILLIAM, by Steven Porter. 54 1. A 
play in 2 acts. © Steven Clark Por- 
ter; 17Jun68; DU71801. 

THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS, by Kenneth 
Grahame, adapted by Varney Knapp. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Varney 
Knapp S: Nipper 5: Knox; 13Mar68; 
DU70987 . 

WINDROWER FILMSTRIP. 14 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Organization. © J. I. Case Co.; 
l6May68; C20591. 
WINKY AND BULL IN NEW YORK; original 
screenplay by James Goldsmith & 
Mark Abramson. 76 1. © Mark 
Abramson & James Goldsmith; 22Mar68; 
DU71091. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan. — June 



A WINNER ALL THE WAY! Pt.l. Record- 
ing script for Pontlac Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 
13 1. © Pontlac Motor Division, 

»ral Motors Corp.; 29Jan68; 
C20253. 

WINNERS. See 
LOVERS. 

WIPE OUT GESTAPO HEADQUARTERS AT SCHLOSS 
KRONFELD; an original story written 
& adapted for television by Richard 
G. Boan. 32 1. S Richard G. Boan; 
3Jun68; DU71670. 
WISH. See 

FIRE AND ICE. 

WISH YOU WERE HERE, a semi-political 
farce In two acts by Donald R. 
Stleoer. 62 1. © Donald R. Stieper; 
25Mar68; DU71165 . 

THE WITCH DOCTOR'S DANCE, by Lorenzo 
Powell. Sheet. © Lorenzo Powell; 
6May68; C20532. 

THE WITCH OF HAY GROUND, an American 
folk musical for narrator & singers 
by Dennis Starin. 1 v. © Dennis 
Starin; 17Apr68; DU71328. 

WITCH OF WALL STREET, by Bruce 

Hillholland. Rev. version. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Bruce Mill- 
holland; 17Jan68; DU70777. 

WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE, by Wallace 
Winchell. 37 1. A play In 3 acts. 
© Wallace Winchell; 31Jan68; 
DU70699. 

WITH SIGMUND FREUD'S BLESSING, by 
A. S. Kober. 1 v. A play In 2 
acts. © A. S. Kober; l8Aprb8; 
DU71333- 

WITHOUT A LOSS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Joseph McCann. 30 1. © Joseph 
; :ann; 25Mar63; DU71103. 

THE WOBBLY WORLD OF WALDO BRANNIGAN, 
by Ken Loring, pseud, of Kenneth W. 
Wenning. 1 v. A screenplay. 
© Ken Loring; 15Mar68; DU7IO38. 

THE WOLVES, a new play by Robert 
Koesis. 1 v. 3 acts. © Robert 
Koesis; l4May68; DU71444 . 

WONDER WORKING RECORDING, by Stella 
Anita Allain. 1 v. Script. © Stel- 
la A. Allain; 6Jun68; C20658. 

THE WOODEN DAGGER; or, The poor man's 
Pericles. A new version for the 
theater of the ancient legend of 
Apollonius by Randy Echols. 1 v. 
© Randy Echols 8: Margit Echols; 
12Apr68; DU71221. 

THE WOODEN SWORD, by Ralph Accardo. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Ralph V. 
Accardo; 30Jan68; DU70695. 

WOOLLY MAMMOTH, a comedy in three 
acts by William Bauer. 1 v. 
© William Bauer; 3May68; DU71445 . 

WORD BUILDING; original scripts for 
series recorded on tapes, by Roberta 
La Coste. 1 v. (Listen, look & 
learn) (Ideal structured reading 
tapes, ser.2775) © Ideal School 
Supply Co.; 6Jun68; C20657. 

THE WORLDCLOWN, a new play in one act 
by Armand H. Russo. 35 1. © Armand 
H. Russo; l6Feb68; DU70807. 
WORLDS ON END, by Sue Knight (Subie 
Knight) 8 1. Duolog. © Sue Knight; 
2Apr68; C20^ . 

WOYZECK, by Georg BUchner, translated 
from the German by Susan Schantl, 
adapted by Louis Simmon, pseud, of 
Louis Charles Simon. 40 1. © Louis 
Simmon; 8jan68; DU70482. 



WRITER'S CRAMP, a comedy in three acts 
by Ralph Trewhela. 98 1. © Ralph 
Trewhela; 17May68; DU71517. 

WYNKEN, BLYNKEN AND NOD IN NOOM, an 
original musical fantasy by Russ 
Swain (Russell Swain) & Don Reid 
(Donald W. Reid) 1 v. A screenplay. 
With characters drawn from the 
poem Wynken, Blynken and Nod, by 
Eugene Fields. © Russell Swain & 
Donald W. Reid; 22Mar68; DU71049. 



X 



X NOTES ON A PRIVATE MYTHOLOGY, a play 
in two acts by Ron Whyte (Ronald 
Melville Whyte), lyrics by Bob 
Satuloff (Robert Satuloff), conceived 
in collaboration with H. Thomas Moore. 
1 v. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17Apr67; DU68443. 
NM: additions. © Ronald Melville 
Whyte; 21Feb68; DU70829. 



YAH, FUCK IT AND CYCLE; three one act 
plays by Peter Copani. 1 v. 
© Peter Copani; 2Apr68; DU7H92. 
YANKEE BILL'S CHRISTMAS ON THE BOWERY, 
a play by Richard G. Taylor. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Richard G. 
Taylor; 15Mar68; DU70994. 
THE YEAR-AROUND BAZAAR, by Gene 

Semenov Feves. 18 1. A play in 2 
scenes. From International themes 
plays for junior actors. 
© Mrs. Gene Semenov Feves; 29Nov67; 
DU70401. 
YEARS OF THE LOCUST, by Norman Holland, 
adapted by Adrian Hall. 58 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Adrian Hall; 
7Mar68; DU70972. 
YES, an original screen play by Nathan 
George. 1 v. © Nathan George & 
Susan Wallack; 12Jan68; DU70521. 
YESTERDAY, TODAY & TOMORROW, by J. A. 
Yearwood. 33 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© J. A. Yearwood; 19Feb68; DU7O83O. 
YIDDISH FOLKSONGS OF SOCIAL SIGNIFI- 
CANCE; prepared for oral delivery 
by Ruth Rubin. 10 1. NM: text, 
additions & transliteration of 
verses. © Ruth Rubin; 19Jan68; 
C20194. 
YO-YOS; or, The trouble with our 

daughter is that she's just like your 
sister, Amy. A non-realistic one 
act play about the generation gap 
by Marian Courtney (Marian Courtney 
Brown) 32 1. © Marian Courtney 
Brown; l8jan68; DU70585. 

YOLANTA, an original adaptation of 
folk tales by Raymond E. Krenzke. 
37 1. 2 acts. © Raymond E. 
Krenzke; 6Mar68; DU70962. 

YOU AND GOD. See 
VOUS ET DIEU. 

YOU AND WE; musical by Sonia Grostein. 
72 1. 2 acts. Book 8: lyrics only. 
© Sonia Grostein; 17May68; DU71546. 

YOU ARE THERE, by Martha Conn Kuhlke. 

1 v. © Martha Conn Kuhlke; 4jun68; 

C20567. 
YOU ASKED FOR THIS VACATION. See 

SHELTERCYCLE. 

YOU CAN LOOK WITH YOUR EYES BUT YOU SEE 
WITH YOUR HEART, by Francine Trevens. 
Based on a story idea by Roger 
Parenteau. 42 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Francine Trevens; 17Jun68; 
DU71727. 

YOU CAN'T FLY BY THE SEAT OF YOUR PANTS. 
See 

HE WEARS MANY HATS & YOU CAN'T FLY BY 

THE SEAT OF YOUR PANTS. 



YOU CAN'T LOVE A WALL-TO-WALL CARPET, 
a play in three acts by Otto D. Weill. 
98 1. © Otto D. Weill; 27Jun68; 
DU71875. 

YOU CAN'T TRUST ANYBODY OVER THIRTY, 
a play for music by Jack Slegel. 
1 v. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Jack Slegel; l8jun68; DU71724. 

YOU GOTTA BE KIDDIN'. Musical in three 
parts; music by Earl Williams, 
book & lyrics by Harriet Shaw. 
1 v. © Harriet Jean Shaw & Earl 
Victor Williams; 12Mar68; DU71017. 

YOU KNOW I CAN'T HEAH YOU WHEN THE 
WATER'S RUNNING, by Robert Anderson. 
New York, Random House. 91 p. 
4 plays. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU66062, 65313, 653II, 65312. NM: 
compilation. © Robert Anderson; 
190ct67; DP6651. 

YOU MAY WELL BE THE MAN WHO LIVES 
FOREVER BUT JUST IN CASE YOU DON'T; 
three one act plays by Frank Hogan 
(Francis T. Hogan) The assassination 
of Martin Luther King; A face worth 
saving; You may well be the man who 
lives forever but just In case you 
don't. 1 v. © Francis T. Hogan; 
28Feb68; DU70907. 

THE YOUNG SAVAGES; screenplay by 

Donald R. Boyle. 114 1. © Donald R. 
Boyle; 8Feb68; DU70753- 

YOUR BUTLER, MADAM, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Jeanhine Paquette. 30 1. © Jeannine 
Paquette; 26Jan68; DU70662. 

YOUR OWN FLESH, a play in a single short 
scene by Broome Stringfellow. 5 1. 
© Broome Stringfellow; 27May68; 
DU71604. 

YOUR OWN THING, a musical in one act. 
Book by Donald Driver, music & lyrics 
by Hal Hester & Danny Apolinar. 1 v. 
Book only. © Donald Lee Driver; 
6jun68; DU71701. 

YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN; music 
& lyrics by Clark Gesner, pseud, of 
John Gordon. New York, Random House. 
88 p. 2 acts. Based on the comic 
strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 4Dec67, DU70224 . ©John 
Gordon; 23Feb68; DP6716. 

YOU'RE NOT GOING ANYWHERE, GEORGE, by 
Robert R. Lehan. 30 1. A play. 
© Robert Rogers Lehan; 26Mar68; 
DU71076. 

YOURS SINCERELY, JIM REEVES (Jim Reeves 
narrates the story of his life) 
By Jim Reeves. 1 v. A recording 
s.^ipt. Appl. states prev. reg. 
20Feb67, C19212. NM: addition. 

;arv Reeves, Inc.; 12Feb68; 
C20308. 

YOU'VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE, a 

screenplay by Allen Lekus. 1 v. 

© Allen Lekus; l6jan68; DU70494 . 
YOU'VE SAID IT A THOUSAND TIMES, 

written by Florence Markoff . 1 v. 

14 monologs. ©Mrs. Henry W. 

Markoff; 24jan68; C20244. 

YOU'VE SAID IT A THOUSAND TIMES. 
No. 15-130. Written by Florence 
Markoff. 1 v. 116 monologs. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 24Jan68, 
C20244. NM: additional scripts. 
© Mrs. Henry W. Markoff; 9Apr68; 
C20497. 



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1968 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 49 



ZERO IN; recording script for Olds- „„ „„ 

Z mobile Division by Jam Handy Organl- ZU EBENER ERDE UND ERSTER STOCK; Oder, 

zation. 6 1. © Oldsmobile Division, Dle Launen des GlUcks. Von Johann 
General Motors Corp.j 29Jan68; Nestroy, Lokalposse mlt Gesang in 

C20261. drel Akten, mit einem Vorwort versehei 

Ellstein; 7Jun68; DU71719. HOKObOUFt. 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



A list, arranged by title, of dramas, dramatico-musicals, lectures, sermons, mono- 
logs, and radio, television and recording scripts for which renewal registrations were 
made during the period covered by this issue. Informal ion relating to both the 
original and the renewal registration is included in each entry. References from 
variant titles and from distinctive subtitles are interfiled. 



ABRAHAM LINCOLN, THE BOY, a two act play 
with music by Irene Wicker & Beatrice 
Faber. © 31Jan4l; D39977. Irene 
Wicker & Beatrice Faber (A); 12Apr68; 
R4 33617 . 

ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP, by 
James Norris. © HNov40; D72600. 
Children's Theatre Press (PWH) ; 
7Feb68; R4 29151. 

AMERICA AWAKE TO YOUR FIFTH COLUMN, 
by Ernest Franklin Bishop. © l8Jun40; 
D70533- Mrs. Ernest F. Bishop (W); 
29Apr68; R434655. 

AN AMERICAN CRUSADER, by Robert E. 
Sherwood. (The Free company series) 
© 15Mar4l; D74529. Madeline H. 
Sherwood (W); 25Mar68; R432274. 

THE AMERICANS; play in 7 scenes ,% a 
prologue by William Lobell. 
© 26jan40; D68667. William Lobell 
(A); 19Jan68; R427089. 

AND SO THEY WERE MARRIED; comedy in one 
act by Mabel Constanduros & Howard 
Agg. © 24Apr40; D72284 . Michael 
Constanduros (C) & Howard Agg (A); 
lApr68; R432858. 

ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, a comedy by 
Joseph Kesselring. © 27Mar4l; 
D74269. Charlotte Kesselring (W); 
4Apr68; R432807. 

AT THE END OF THE ROPE. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1225-444. 

BACK TO THE INDIANS, by Arch Oboler. 
© 3Feb40; D68271. Arch Oboler (A); 
l8jan68; R4 27471. 

BAILEY'S CROWDED HOUR, a comedy in one 
act by Alfred Julian Talbot. (In 
Fifty one act plays, 2d series) 
© 26Feb40; DP69542. A. J Talbot (A); 
9Jan68; R426768. 

THE BAKER'S WIFE (La femme du boulanger) 
Translated by Charles Jahrblum. 
© 6May40; DP699OO. Marcel Pagnol 
(PWH); 14Feb68; R429486. 

BASTIEN AND BASTIENNE; operetta by 
Mozart, libretto, arrangement & new 
version by J. Michael Diack. Vocal 
score. © 15Nov40; D76059. Michael 
Diack (c); 12Jan68; R427712. 



BEAR THAT WOULDN'T DANCE. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1219-438. 

BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE, by William Saroyan. 
4 acts. © 19Apr4l; D74555 . William 
Saroyan (A); 10Jun68; R4 37145. 

BEST OF FRIENDS. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1206-427. 

BIG BOY BLUE, a new play in 3 acts by 
Edwin Gilbert. © 9Sep40; D71534 . 
Edwin Gilbert (A); 22Mayb8; R435996. 

BLISTER, a play in one act by Henrietta 
Drake-Brockman. (In Fifty one act 
plays, 2d series) © 26Feb40; 
DP69546. Henrietta Drake-Brockman 
(A); 9Jan68; R426771. 

BOOKSHOP ON THE SQUARE, a play in 3 acts 
by Charles Bruce Millholland. 
© 14jun40; DU70459. Charles Bruce 
Millholland (A); 17Jan68; R427437. 

BOYS ARE SLIPPING; comedy in three 
acts by Louise Rand, pseud, of Marie 
Doran. © 6May40; D70995 . Samuel 
French, Inc. (FWH); 23Apr68; E433923. 

BRILLANTEN AUS WIEN; operette in 4 
acts by Alexander Steinbrecher & 
Siegfried Lutzow, music by Alexander 
Steinbrecher. Regiebuch. © lSep40; 
D73260. Alexander Steinbrecher & 
Johannes LUtzow (C); 25Mar68; 
R432345. 

BROOK INTO RIVER, a play in two acts; 
adapted by Zoe Akins (Zoe Akins 
Rumbold) from Les jours heureux, by 
Claude Puget. © 24Apr40; D69641. 
James D. Akins (NK); l8Apr68; 
R434065 . 

BRUDERLEIN FEIN. See 
JOYS OF YOUTH. 
BUT MOTHER--; 1 act comedy by Marie J. 
Regier. © 20Jun40; D71342. Marie 
J. Regier (A); 2May68; R434820. 

BUZZARD BAIT BADMEN.' See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1215-435. 

CABBAGES; book by A. Sells, music by 
Ben Bierman (Bernard Bierman^ 
© 2Jan4l; D39945 . Bernard Bierman 
(A); 2Jan68; R426020. 

CANYON BETRAYAL. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1201-423. 



CARMEN FROM KENOSHA, a streamlined, 
modern American version of Bizet's 
famous opera. Book by George 
Bricker & Lawson King, words by Ned 
Washington, music & arrangements by 
Victor Young. © 8Mar4l; D39998. 
Jacques Biroteau (E of V. Young) ; 
8Mar68; R431400. 

CARMEN FROM KENOSHA; version of Bizet's 
opera arranged by Victor Young; book 
by George Bricker; lyrics by Ned 
Washington. Book & lyrics only. 
© 27Jan4l; D73375- Ned Washington 
(A); 29Jan68; R428521. 
CARMEN FROM KENOSHA; words by Ned 

Washington, book by George Bricker & 
Lawson King, music & arr. by Victor 
Young, cho. arr. by Max Terr. 
© 8Mar4l; D39998. Ned Washington 
(A); HMar68; R432115. 
THE CASE OF THE DANCING ELEPHANT. See 
THE SHADOW. 

CATCHING UP WITH CHRISTMAS, a Christ- 
mas play in one act by Anne Coulter 
Martens. © 29May40; D70430. Anne 
Coulter Martens (A); 15Msy68; 
R435683. 

THE CHANGELING, by Thomas Mlddleton 
& William Rowley; adapted & rev. by 
Edwin William Kubach. © 12Apr40; 
D69447. Edwin W. Kubach (A); 
12Apr68; R434046. 

CHANGELING; comedy in 1 act by Robert 
McLellan. (In Fifty one-act plays, 
second series) © 26Feb40; DP69545. 
Robert McLellan (A); 8Jan68; R426649. 

THE CHESS CLUB MURDERS. See 
THE SHADOW. 

CHINOOK; play in 3 acts; words by 
R. B. Egan, with songs by Harry 
Tierney & R. B. Egan. Book only. 
© 5Mar4l; D73904 . Raymond B. Egan, 
Jr. (C); 5Mar68; R430781. 

CHIPS CATCH THE GAMBLER. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1226-445. 

CINDERELLA, by Charlotte B. Chorpenning. 
© 2Jan4l; D73311- Anchorage Press 
(PWH); 13May68; R435515- 



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Jan. — June 



THE CLOISTER AND THE HEARTH, a drama- 
tization of the novel by Charles 
Reade. By Harry Arthur Cohen, now 
known as Harry Arthur Kagan. In 3 
acts & 8 scenes. © 6jun40; D70382. 
Harry Arthur Kagan (A); 15May68; 
R435649. 

CLOUDS OVER INNISHEEJI, a comedy-drama 
in one act by Thomas Patrick Dillon 
& Nolan Leary. © 40ct4O; D71858. 
Sarah C. Fetherston (E of T. P. 
Dillon) i Nolan Leary (A); HMar68; 
R4 30884. 

COLLEGE DAZE, comedy In 3 acts by 
John Rand, pseud, of James Reach. 

DctUO; DP74079. James Reach (A); 
an68j ru 27322. 

COME TO THE BALL, comedy of the country- 
side in one act by Howard Agg. 

May40; D70507. Howard Agg (A); 
2Apr68; R4 32989. 

COMING OF THE KING, by Cornelius 
J. Holland. © 26MartO; D69262. 
St. Anthony's Guild (PWH); 7Mar68; 
R43099A. 

COWMEN PUSH ' :: ' :. 3ee 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1199-121. 

CUAUHTEMOC; Aztec Indian opera in 
4 acts, libretto by Clotilde Nagel. 
© 6Feb40; D683I7. Clotilde Nagel (A); 
15Jan68; R427025. 

DANIEL BOONE, by Leona Baptist. 
: 26Nov40; D72598. Children's 
Theatre Press (PWH); 7Feb68; 
R429149. 

DEAL IN REAL ESTATE. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1222-441. 

DEATH IS A PURITAN. See 

THE SHADOW. 
DEATH ON THE RAILS. See 

THE SHADOW. 
DEATH PROWLS AT NIGHT. See 

THE SHADOW. 
DEATH RIDES A BROOMSTICK. See 

THE SHADOW. 

DESERT SHALL REJOICE, by Robert Finch. 
1 act. © 13Aug40; D71584. Betty 
Smith Finch (W); 10Jun68; R437143. 

DOG THAT HOWLED. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1230-449. 

EALASAID (Sgelr na Bhan-tlghearna: 
1523) A lyric play In one act by 
Gordon Bottomley. (In Fifty one act 
plays, 2d series) © 26Feb40; 
DP69543. Gordon Bottomley (A); 
9Jan68; R426769. 

EVEN STEPHEN; comedy in 3 acts by 
Franklin A. Warren. © l4Jun40; 
DU70447. Franklin A. Warren (A); 
8Jan68; R426651. 

EVERYBODY COMES TO RICK'S, by Murray 
Burnett & Joan Alison. © BMay41; 
D74984. Murray Burnett & Joan 
Alison (A); 10May68; R435347. 

EXACTLY LIKE YOU, a dramatic play in 
three acts by William Tracey. 
© 30Dec40; D73008. Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & Co., Inc. (PWH); 2Jan68; 
R426114. 

FAMILY HONEYMOON, by Owen Davis. 
Founded on a novel by Homer Cray. 
© 17May41; D74980. Donald Davis 
(C); 28Jun68; R438463. 

FELICIA SPEAKING, by Sinclair Lewis. 
29Adt40; D69719. Michael Lewis 
(C); l8jan68; R427477. 
FEMME DU BOULANGER, See 
THE BAKER'S WIFE. 
FIFTY ONE-ACT PLAYS; second series 
compiled by Constance May Martin. 
© 26Feb40: DP69547. Victor Gollancz, 
Ltd. (PWH); 8Jan68; R426648. 



LA FILLE DU PUSATIER, a motion picture 
script by Marcel Pagnol. (In Le 
film qu'on peut lire) © 25Jan41; 
D77912. Marcel Pagnol (A); 
14Feb68; R429487. 

FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS, dramatized from 
Margaret Sidney's story by Rosemary 
Gabbert Musil. © 50ct40; D72601. 
Children's Theatre Press (PWH); 
7Feb68; R429152. 

FLIGHT TO THE WEST, a play in seven 
scenes by Elmer Rice. © 10Feb41; 
D73742. Barbara Rice (W) , Robert 
Rice, Margaret Cooper, John A. Rice, 
Judith Rice & Paul Rice (C); 
27Mar68; R432798. 

FLIGHT TO THE WEST; three acts by Elmer 
Rice. © 14nov40; D72382. Barbara 
Rice (W), Robert Rice, Margaret 
Cooper, John A. Rice, Judith Rice le 
Paul Rice (C); 27Mar68; R4 32797. 

FORMULA FOR PANCAKES. See 
VEKY LIBERAL AKTS. 

FRENCHY, a character study in 3 acts 

by William Francis Dugan. © 23Jul40; 

D70920. William F. Dugan (A); 

28May68; R436l6l. 
GAY BANDITTI. See 

YOUNG IN HEART. 

GAY PHILANDERER, a musical comedy in 
3 acts; book by M. J. Rowe. Book 
only. © 3Uan40; D68746. Margaret 
Jaques Rowe (A); 3Jan68; R426322. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE, a comedy 
in 3 acts by Moss Hart & George S. 
Kaufman. © 3Jan4l; DP73046. Cathe- 
rine Carlisle Hart (W); 31Jan68; 
R428568. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE; comedy 
in three acts by George S. Kaufman & 
Moss Hart. © 3Jar.4l; D73046. 
Howard E. Reinheimer (E of G. 3. 
Kaufman) & Kitty Carlisle (W of 
M. Hart); lApr6S; R4 32245 . 

GHIRLINO; tre atti in quattro quadri 
di Elio Anceschi; musica di Luigi 
Ferrari-Trecate. Libretto. © 8Jan40; 
D68294. Elio Anceschi (A); 2Jan68; 
R426207. 

GHIRLINO; tre atti in quattro quadri di 
Elio Anceschi; musica di Luigi Fer- 
rari-Trecate. Vocal score. © 8jan40; 
D39785. Gualtiero Ferrari-Trecate 
(C); 2Jan68; R426208. 

GHOST AT BEEKMAN'S BRIDGE. See 

GHOST TALES AND HAUNTED HOUSES. 
GHOST BUILDING. See 
THE SHADOW. 

THE GHOST OF CALEB MACKENZIE'. See 
THE SHADOW. 

GHOST OF GLORY, a play by Rita Weiman 
& Maurice Marks. © 27Jul40; D70975 . 
Jack L. Weinman (E of R. Weiman); 
4Apr68; R433098. 

THE GHOST ON THE STAIR. See 
THE SHADOW. 

GHOST TALES AND HAUNTED HOUSES. Broad- 
cast no.l: The ghost at Beekman's 
Bridge. By Kitty Keepers Voss. 
© 17Jul40; D71043. Kitty Keepers 
Voss (A); 10Apr68; R4 33846. 

GHOSTLY EVENING, a merry comedy in 1 
act by Grace Barney, pseud, of 
Wilbur Braun. © 28Nov40; D75356. 
Wilbur Braun (A); 23May68; R436193. 

GILD THE MASK AGAIN, a play in one act 
by Thomas Baden Morris. (In Fifty 
one act plays, 2d series) © 26Feb40; 
DP69541. T. B. Morris (A); 9Jan68; 
R426767. 



GIRL SHY; farce in one act by John 
Hershey, pseud, of James Reach. 
Mart 1 j D74575. James Reach 
(A); 23Apr68; R433928. 

GIVE A VIVA! A musical comedy in two 
acts; story 8: book by Erskine Cald- 
well, words 8: music by Harold J. 
Rome. Book only. © 27Martl: 
D74389. Erskine Caldwell (A); 
27Jun68; R438425. 
GOLDEN HAIR IS MARRIED; a 3 act comedy 
by Michael Joseph DlMambro. 
© 15Jun40; D70518. Michael Joseph 
DlMambro (A); 3May68; R434Q31. 
GOOSE CHASE; comedy in one act by 
Mabel Constanduros & Howard Agg. 
© 24Apr40; D72287. Michael Constan- 
duros (C) & Howard Agg (A); 
LApr68; R4 3286I. 
GREAT MAN 5 play in 1 act by Irene Jean 
Crandall. © 2Feb40; DP70144 . 
Mitchell Dawson (E); 8Jan68; 
R426650. 
THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH) 
No. 
427--A-427. © 6AprtO; DU69404. 

lMar68; R43C537. 
428— A-428. © 6Mar40; DU68895 . 

lMar68; R430532. 
429 — A-429. © 13Mar40; DU69013. 

lMar68; R430533. 
43O--A-430. © 13Mar40; DU69014 . 

lMar68; R430534. 
431--A-431. © l8Mar40; DU69066. 

lMar68; R430535. 
432--A-432. © 27Mar50; DU69279. 

lMar68; R430536. 
433— A-433. © 6AprtO; DU69405. 

lMar68; R430538. 
434— A-434. © 6AprtO; DU69406. 

lMar68; R430539. 
435--A-435. © 6Apr40; DU69407. 

lMar68; R430540. 
436— A-436. © lOAprtO; DU69441. 

lMar68; R430541. 
437— A-437. © lOAprtO; DU69442. 

lMar68; R430542. 
438— A-438. © lOAprtO; DU69443. 

lMar68; R430543. 
439— A-439. © 22Apr40; DU69613. 

lMar68; R430544. 
440— A-440. © 17May40; DU7OO38. 

lMar68; R430549. 
441--A-441. © 2May40; DU698OI. 

lMar68; R430545. 
442— A-442. © 2May40; DU69802. 

LMar68; R430546. 
443--A-443. © 2May40; DU69803. 

lMar68; R430547. 
i)41(--A-444. © 2May40; DU69804. 

lMar68; R430548. 
445— A-445. © 17May40; DU70O41. 

lMar68; R430552. 
446— A-446. © 17May40; DU70039. 

lMar68; R430550. 
447— A-447. © 17May40; DU70040. 

lMar68; R430551. 
448— A-448. © 24May40; DU70152. 

lMar68; R430553. 
449--A-449. © 24May40; DU70153. 

lMar68; R430554. 
450— A-450. © 27May40; DU70250. 

lMar68; R430555 . 
A-451. © Uul40; D70694. 27May68; 

R436361. 
A-452. © Uul40; D70695. 27May68; 

R436360. 
A-453. © 15Jun40; D70464. 27May68; 

R436365. 
A-454. © 15Jun40; D70465. 27May68; 

R436364 . 
A-455. © 22Jun40; D70547 . 27May68; 

R436363. 
A-456. © 22Jun40; D70548. 27May68; 

R436362. 
A-457. © Uul40; D70696. 27May68; 

R436359. 
A-458. © 1JU140; D70697. 27May68; 
R436358. 



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1968 



RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



S3 



A-459- © l4Aug40; D71204. 27May68; 

R436552. 
A-4 60. © l4Aug40; D71205. 27May68; 

R436351. 
A-462 (July 24, 1*0) © llJul40; 

D70787. 27May68; R43633I. 
A-462 (July 29, 1940) © l8jul40; 

D70941. 27May68; R436357. 
A-463. © 18JU140; D70942. 27May68; 

R436356. 
A-464. © 14Aug40; D71206. 27May68; 

R436350. 
A-465. © 7Aug40; D71080. 27May68; 

R436355. 
A-466. © 7Aug40; D71081. 27May68; 

R436354. 
A-467. © 7Aug40; D71082. 27May68; 

R436353. 
A-468. © 30Aug40; D71382. 27May68; 

R436349. 
A-469. © 30Aug40; D71383. 27May68; 

R436348. 
A-470. © 30Aug40; D71384. 27May68; 

R436347. 
A-471. © 30Aug40; D71385. 27May68; 

R4 36333. 
A-472. © 7Sep40; D71484. 27May68; 

R436346. 
A-473. © 7Sep40; D71485. 27May68; 

R436345. 
A-474. © 7Sep40; D71486. 27May68; 

R436344 . 
A-475. © 7Sep40; D71487. 27May68; 

R436343. 
A-476. © 7Sep40; D71488. 27May68; 

R436342. 
A-477. © 28sep40; D71774. 27May68; 

R4 36341. 
A-478. © 28sep40; D71775. 27May68; 

R436332. 
A-479. © 28Sep40; D71776. 27May68; 

R436340. 
A-480. © 40ct40; D71853. 27May68; 

R436339. 
A-481. © 40ct40; D71854. 27May68; 

R436338. 

482. © 120ct40; D72034. 27May68; 
R436335. 

483. © 120ct40; D72035. 27May68; 
R436336. 

484. © 190ct40; D72070. 27May68; 
R4 36334. 

485. © 190ct40; D72071. 27May68; 
R436337 . 

GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1209-430. 

GULCH CREEK CROOKS. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1210-431. 

HAUNTED THEATRE; comedy in one act by 
John Randall, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 25Mar4l; D74574. James Reach (A): 
23Apr68; R4 33927. 
HELLZATOOTIN; play In three acts by 
John Shubert. © 3Mar4l; D73882. 
Select Theatres Corp. (PWH); 17Apr68; 
R434038. 

HILLBILLY SUE, a rousing one act 
comedy by Ned Albert, pseud, of 
Wilbur Braun. © 26Mar41; D78146. 
Wilbur Braun (A); 23May68; R436194. 

HULLABALLOO, in seven scenes & a grand 
scene by John Shubert. © 2May4l; 
D74709. Select Theatres Corp. 
(PWH); 25Jun68; R4 37774 . 

HUSBAND FOR MAG; 1 act comedy by Julia 
Brainard Carson. © 20Jun40; D70998. 
Julia Brainard Carson (A); 2May68; 
R434819. 

I WANT TO BE AN ACTOR. V.l. By 
Stuart Ready, L. E. Williams & 
Vernon Harris. © 22Jun40; D72289. 
Stuart Ready 8c Vernon Harris (A) & 
J. Watkins Jones (E of L. E. Willi- 
ams); 20May68; R4 35584. 

I WANT TO BE AN ACTOR. V.2. By 
Stuart Ready, L. E. Williams 8: 
Vernon Harris. © l4Aug40; D72290. 
Stuart Ready & Vernon Harris (A) & 
J. Watkins Jones (E of L. E. Willi- 
ams); 20May68; R4 35585. 



IF YOU KNEW SUSIE, a dramatic play in 
three acts by William Tracey. 
© l8Mar4l; D74213. Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & Co., Inc. (PWH); l8Mar68; 
R431652. 

IM DICKICHT DER STADTE; Der Kampf 
zweier MBnner in der Rissenstadt 
Chicago. Schauspiel von Bertolt 
Brecht. © 22Mar27; D79924 . Helene 
Brecht-Weigel (W); 22May68; R43639I. 
Entered under German Proclamation of 
12Jul67. 

I'M IN THE ARMY NOW, a timely domestic 
comedy in 3 acts by Ned Albert, 
pseud, of Wilbur Braun. © HMar4l; 
D78158. Wilbur Braun (A); 23May68; 
R436195. 
IN MY OPINION, a comedy in two acts 
by Samson Raphaelson. © 5Jul40; 
D70706. Samson Raphaelson (A); 
24jun68; r4 37699. 
IN MY OPINION, a comedy in three acts 
by Samson Raphaelson. Rev. version 
of 2 act version reg. 5Jul40. 
© 4Sep40; D71439. Samson Raphaelson 
(A); 24jun68; R4 37700. 

IN THE MOOD, a dramatic play in three 
acts by William Tracey. © lljan41; 
D73262. Shapiro, Bernstein % Co., 
Inc. (PWH); HJan68; R426840. 

IN THE FACE OF FIRE. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1220-439. 

INDIAN SUMMER; comedy in 3 acts by Owen 
Davis. © lFeb40; D69856. Donald 
Davis (C); 15Jan68; R427042. 

IT WAS A LOVELY MEETING, by Sophie 
Kerr (Sophie Kerr Underwood); illus- 
trated by Helen Hokinson. (In Woman's 
home companion) © 3Jan4l; DP73055 ■ 
Mary Elizabeth Taylor (E of S. K. 
Underwood); 5Mar68; R430894. 

JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM, a play in 3 acts 
by Maxwell Anderson. © 3Dec40; 
DP73108. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W), 
Alan H. Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson & Hesper A. Leven- 
stein (C); 8Jan68; R426453. 

JOURS HEUREAUX. See 
BROOK INTO RIVER. 

JOYS OF YOUTH, a musical play in one 
act. Based on Bruderlein Fein. 
Book by Julius Wilhelm, music by Leo 
Fall. Adaptation & English lyrics by 
John A. Bassett, rev. & supplemented 
by Emil Hilb. © 19Mar4l; D39984 . 
Edward B. Marks Music Corp. (PWH of 
J. A. Bassett) & Emil Hilb (A); 
6jun68; R436396. 

JUBILEE, by A. Bontemps & L. Hughes. 
© 17Jun40; D70481. Arna Bontemps & 
George Houston Bass (E of L. Hughes); 
llMar68; R431235. 

JUPITER LAUGHS, by A. J. Cronin. 

© 9Sep40; D71541. A. J. Cronin (A); 
9Feb68; R429080. 

JUSTICE FOR ALL. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1223-442. 

KEEP FLYING, by John Shubert. 

© 23Jun4l| D75394. Select Theatres 
Corp. (PWH); 25Jun68; R4 37775- 

KING'S MAID. See 
A KIRALY CSELEDJE. 



A KIRALY CSELEDJE (The King's maid) 

By Ferenc Molnar. 2 acts. © l4May4l; 

D74917. Lili Darvas Molnar (W) ; 
19Jun68; R437474. 

KIRSCHEN FOR ROM; Kom'odie von Hans H6m- 
berg. © lDec40; DF153. Hans ffomberg 
(A); 17Apr68; R4 34045. 



KITTY'S HIGH SCHOOL ASSEMBLY BROADCAST. 
No.l. By Kitty Keepers Voss. 
© 19Aug40; C12449. Kitty Keepers 
Voss (A); 10Apr68; R4 33844. 

KITTY'S HIGH SCHOOL ASSEMBLY BROADCAST. 
No. 2. By Kitty Keepers Voss. 
© 19Aug40; C12448. Kitty Keepers 
Voss (A); 10Apr68; R4 33845. 

KNIT 0NE--PURL TWO; 1 act comedy by 

Gertrude A. East. © 280ct40; D72560. 

Gertrude A. East (A); 2May68; R434817- 
KNIT ONE- -PURL TWO; 1 act play by 

Gertrude A. East. © 25May40; 

D70168. Gertrude A. East (A); 2May68 ; 

R434816 . 

LADIES IN RETIREMENT; play in 3 acts 
by Edward Percy, pseud, of Edward 
Percy Smith & Reginald Denham. 
© l6May40; D70190. Edward Percy 
Smith & Reginald Denham (A); 
21Mar68; R431564. 

LADY IN THE DARK, by Moss Hart. Words 
by Ira Gershwin, music by Kurt Weill. 
Text only. © 23Apr4l; D74636. 
Catherine Carlisle Hart (W); 30Apr68; 
R434636. 

LADY WHO CAME TO STAY, by Kenneth J. 
White, based on the novel by R. E. 
Spencer. © 7Nov40; Dir72298. 
Benj'amin M. Schankman (E of K. J. 
White); 5Mar68; R430893. 

LAND GRABBERS MASQUERADE. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1229-448. 

LAW FOR A LAWMAN. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1227-446. 

THE LEOPARD STRIKES. See 
THE SHADOW. 

LIFE AND SOUL OF THE PARTY, a cockney 
comedy in one act by Mabel Constan- 
duros. © 24Apr40; D72282. Michael 
Constanduros (C); 2Apr68; R432990. 

LITTLE WOMEN, dramatized from Louisa 
May Alcott's story by Sara Spencer. 
Based on scenario by Robert St. Clair. 
© 21Sep40; D72599. Sara Spencer (A); 
7Feb68; R429150. 

THE LIVING DEAD, by Dov Ber ben 
Yitzchock Isaac Light, pseud, of 
Bernard B. Leight. © 29May40; 
D70234. Dov Ber ben Yitzchock Isaac 
Light (Bernard B. Leight) (A); 
15May68; R436395. 

THE LONE RANGER; radio scripts by 
Francis Striker. © Wrather Corp. 
(PWH) 
No. 
1199-421. Cowmen push a plow. 

© 120ct40; D72036. 9Feb68; 

R428956. 
1200-422. The sheriff of Powder Bend. 

© 120ct40; D72037. 9Feb68; 

R4 28957. 
1201-423. Canyon betrayal. 

© 120ct40; D72038. 9Feb68; , 

R4 28958. 
1202-424. Rifles for redskins. 

© 120ct40; D72039. 9Feb68; 

R4 28959. 
1203-425. The pony rider. © J.20ct40; 

D72040. 9Feb68; R428960. 
1204-426. Placer gold for plunder. 

© 120ct40; D72041. 9Feb68; 

R4 28961. 
1205-426. The Lone Ranger makes big 

medicine. © 190ct40; D72072* 

9Feb68; R428962. 
1206-427. The best of friends. 

© 190ct4O; D72073. 9Feb68; 

R428963. 
1207-428. The trail to nowhere. 

© 190ct40; D72074. 9Feb68; 

R4 28964. 
1208-429. The thirteenth notch. 

© 230ct40; D72113. 9Feb68; 

R4 28965. 



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Jan.-June 



LONE RANGER. -Con. 
1209-430. Guilty or not guilty. 

© 230ct40; D72114. 9Feb68; 

R4 28966. 
1210-431. Gulch Creek crooks. 

© 230ct40; 072115. 9Feb68; 

R4 28967. 
1211-431. The silver mine that was 

stolen. © 12Nov40; D72441. 

9Feb68; R4 28968. 
1212-432. Silk baits a trap. 
2Nov40; D72442. 9Feb68; 

R4 23969. 
1213-433. The son of the killer. 

© 12Nov40; D72443. 9Feb68; « 

R4 28970. 
1214-434. Plotters in murder. 

© 12Nov40; D72444. 9Feb68; 

R4 28971. 
1215-435. Buzzard bait badmen. 
;Nov40; D72445. 9Feb68; , 

R428972. 
1216-436. Trouble for a double. 

© 12Nov40; D72446. 9Feb68; 

R428973. 
1217-436. The trail leads to rustlinz 

© 23Nov40; D72658. 9Feb68; 

R4 28974. 
1218-437. South of the border. 

© 23Nov40; D72659. 9Feb68; 

R4 28975. 
1219-438. The bear that wouldn't 

dance. © 23Nov40; D72660. 

9Feb68; R428976. 
1220-439. In the face of fire. 

© 23Nov40; D72661. 9Feb68; 

R4 28977. 
1221-440. The scarlet arrow. 

© 23Nov40; D72662. 9Feb68; 

R4 28978. 
1222-441. A deal in real estate. 

© 23Nov40; D72663. 9Feb68; 

R4 28979. 
1223-442. Justice for all. 

© 13Dec40; D72955. 9Feb68; 

R4 28980 . 
1224-443. The town that fell asleep. 

© 13Dec40; D72956. 9Feb68; 

R4 2898I. 
1225-444. At the end of the rope. 
© 13Dec40; D72957. 9Feb68- 
R4 28982. 
1226-445. Chips catch the gambler. 
© 13Dec40; D72958. 9Feb68; 
R4 28983. 
1227-446. Law for a 

© 13Dec40; D72959. 
R4 28984. 
1228-447. The race to victory. 

© 13Dec40; D72960. 9Feb68; 
R4 28985. 
1229-448. Land grabbers masquerade. 

© 13Dec40; D72961. 9Feb68; ■ 

R428986. 
1230-449. The dog that howled. 

© 13Dec40; D72962. 9Feb68; 

R4 28987. 
1231-450. Lynch law loses out. 

© 13Dec40; D72963. 9Feb68; 
R4 28988. 
LONE RANGER MAKES BIO MEDICINE. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1205-426. 

LONELY ACRES, a dramatic play in 
three acts by William Tracey. 
© 3ODec40; D73007. Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & Co., Inc. (PWH); 2Jan68; 
R4 26115. 

LOVE RIDES THE RAILS; or, Will the 
mail- train run tonight? Melodrama 
in 3 acts & 16 scenes by Morland 
Cary, pseud, of Hugh Nevill. 
© 1Nov40; D72220. Marjorie Morland 
Nevill (W); 24Apr68; R434304. 

LUKREZIA, von Ottorino Respighi, 
Historie in einem Akt von Claudio 
Guastalla, ins Deutsche Ubertragen 
von Georg C. Winkler. Libretto. 
© 24jun40; D70633. G. Ricordi & C, 
S.P.A. (PWH); 12Jan68; R4 27573. 



lawman. 
9Feb68; 



-H LAW LOSES OUT. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1231-450. 

MACBETH; drame lyrique en sept tableaux 
(un prologue et trois actes d'apres 
Shakespeare) Poeme de Edmond Fleq. 
Composer: Ernest Bloch, version 
itallenne de Marv Tlbaldi Chiesa. 
(Chant et piano) © 3lDec39; D39819. 
Ernest Bloch & Mary Tibaldi Chiesa 
(A); 26Dec67; R436408. 

THE MAKING OF MOLLY, an Intimate comedy 
by Margaret Macnamara, based on 
Mrs. Gaskell's novel Wives and 
daughters; an adaptation & rev. 
version of My dear Mr. Gibson. 
© l6May40; DU70023. Sylvia Mary 
Legge (E); 21Feb68; P.429864. 

MAMA'S ANGEL, by Angna Enters. 
© l8Feb4l; D73657. Angna Enters 
(A); 20Feb68; R429743. 
THE MAN WHO LOVED THRICE. See 
THE SHADOW. 

MANANA IS ANOTHER DAY, by Dwlght Morris 
& Theodore Apstein, in collaboration. 
© 9Aug40; DU71118. Dwight Morris 4 
Theodore Apstein (A); 17Jan68; 
R427320. 

MANN 1ST MANN; Lustspiel von Bertolt 
Brecht. Regie und Soufflierbuch. 
© 7Jan27; D78433. Helene Brecht- 
Weigel (W); 22May68; R436392. 
Entered under German Proclamation of 
12Jul67. 

MAN'S REACH, by Irwin Rowan & Martin J. 
Devon. © 24Mar41; D74216. Irwin 
Rowan (A); 25Mar68; R432141. 

THE MASKED BALL; farcical comedy 
adapted from French of Bisson & 
Carre, by Edith Ellis (Edith Ellis 
Furness) © 22Nov40; D7263O. Ellis 
Baker (C); 10Jun68; R437089. 

THE MASTERPIECE; opera In one act, 
story & libretto by Franklin Brewer, 
m by Paul Nordoff. © 10Jan41; 
D39947. Paul Nordoff (A); 12Jan68; 
R4 26952. 

THE MEM'RY OF A ROSE, a dramatic play 
in three acts by William Tracey. 
© l8Jan41; D73326 . Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & Co., Inc. (PWH); l8jan68; 
R427209 . 

THE MIRACLE OF THE DANUBE, a one act 
play by Maxwell Anderson. © 28Mar4l; 
D74330. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W) 3 
Alan H. Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson, Hesper A. Leven- 
stein (C); 28jun68; R438464 . 

THE MIRACLE OF THE DANUBE, a one act 
play by Maxwell Anderson. © l6May4l; 
D75054. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (X), 
Alan H. Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson & Hesper A. Leven- 
steln (C); 28Jun68; R4 38465 . 

MISS SMARTY; farce in 2 acts by Wilbur 
Braun. © 30Jan4l; DP73410. Wilbur 
Braun (A); 5Mar68; R430890. 

MR. AVERAGE AMERICAN; comedy in 3 acts 
by Ralph Underwood, pseud, of James 
Reach. © 17Dec40; DP73411. James 
Reach (A); 5Mar68; R430892. 

MR. GINSBURG, by Arch Oboler. 

© 29Jan40; D68168. Arch Oboler (A); 
l8Jan68; R427472. 

MODEL THEATRE PLAYS, by Ruth Vlckery 
Holmes. 3 one act plays. © 19Aug40; 
D71343. Ruth Vickery Holmes (A); 
10Jun68; R437142. 

MOLLIE O'SHAUGHNESSY; comedy drama in 
three acts by Dorothy Rood Stewart. 
© l8Sep40; D7I887. Edward E. Colton 
(E); I8jan68; R43385I. 



MOLLY PITCHER; musical radio script, 
original play ?e lyrics by Madge 
Tucker, music by Molly Donaldson, 
pseud, of Muriel Pollock, with 
pictures by Tedegri. © 12Dec40; 
D39929. Muriel Pollock (A); l8jan68; 
R427097. 

MONEY, MONEY, MONEY, by Arch Oboler. 
© 19Jan40; D68002. Arch Oboler (A); 
I8jan68; R427473. 

MORALITY CLAUSE, by Colin Clements & 
Florence Ryerson (Florence Ryerson 
Clements) 3 acts. © 19Aug40; 
D71231. Hal Ryerson (C); 10Jun68; 
R 437139- 

MORE LIFE STUDIES, a collection of new 
monologues by Tom Powers. © lMar40; 
DP69266. Meta Powers (W) ; 2Feb68; 
R4 28951. 
MURDER FROM THE GRAVE. See 

THE SHADOW. 
MURDER UNDERGROUND. See 
THE SHADOW. 

MUSICAL CHAIRS; play in three acts by 
Ronald Mackenzie. © 22Jun40; 
D71338. Clifford Kent-Wright (E); 
23Apr68; R4 33925. 

MY AUNT ALICE; comedy in 3 acts by 
Norman Hamilton, pseud, of Walter 
Drey. © 260ct40; DU72139. Walter 
Drey (A); 17Jan68; R427321- 

MY COUSIN FROM TEXAS; farce in three 
acts by Pete Williams, pseud, of 
James Reach. © UMaril; D74086. 
James Reach (A); 23Apr6b; R4 33926. 

MY HEART'S IN THE HIGHLANDS, by 

William Saroyan. 3 acts. © 14Apr4l; 
D74581. William Saroyan (A); 
10Jun68; R437146. 

MY SISTER EILEEN, a new play by Joseph 
A. Fields & Jerome Chodorov. Based 
on the stories by Ruth McKenny. 
© 21Jan4l; D73328. Jerome Chodorov 
(A); 28jun68; R438543. 

MY SISTER EILEEN, by Joseph Fields S.- 
Jerome Chodorov, foreward by George 
S. Kaufman. Based on stories by 
Ruth McKenney. © 28Feb4l; D74008. 
Joseph Fields, Jerome Chodorov (A) 
& Howard E. Reinheimer (E of G. S. 
Kaufman); 13May68; R435858. 

NAPOLEON AND THE FLOODS, a drama in 
three acts by Constantine Alexander 
Hageli-Malli. © 26Aug40; D713I5. 
Constantine Alexander Hagi-Mallis 
(A); 5Jun68; R436964. 

NATIONAL HANDICAP; script no.l, by 
Frieda Z. Schnell. © 14Feb40: 
D68542. Frieda Z. Schnell (A); 
l6jan68; R427106. 

NATIONAL HANDICAP; script no. 2 by 
Frieda. Z. Schnell. (Series no. 2) 
© l6Mar40; D59110. Frieda Z. Schnell 
(A); l6jan68; R427095. 

NATIVE SON, a play in 10 scenes by 
Paul Green & Richard Wright. From 
the novel by Richard Wright. 
© 26Mar4l; D74253. Paul Green (A) 
& Ellen Wright (W); 13Jun68; 
R437321. 

NATIVE SON; the biography of a young 
American, a play in three acts by 
Paul Green & Richard Wright . From 
the novel by Richard Wright . 
© l8Mar4l; D74248. Paul Green (A) 
8: Ellen Wright (W); 13Jun68; 
R437322. 

NELSON IN ARLINGTON STREET, by James 
Lansdale Hodson. Rev. (in Fifty one 
act plays, 2d series) © 26Feb40; 
DP69540. Una Hodson (w); 9Jan68; 
R4 26766. 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



55 



NEW ORLEANS; music by Slgmund Romberg, 
book 8: lyrics by 0. Hammersteln II- 
© lMay4l; D74687- Dorothy B. 
Hammersteln (W), Alice H. Mathlas, 
William Hammersteln & James B. 
Hammersteln (C); 2May68; R434913. 

A NIGHTINGALE SANG IN BERKELEY SQUARE, 
a dramatic play in three acts by 
William Tracey. © 9Jan41; D73212. 
Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc. (PWH)j 
9Jan68; R426843. 

NIGHTMARE AT GAELSBERRY. See 
THE SHADOW. 

NO FOR AN ANSWER; opera by Marc 

Blitzstein. Vocal score. © 21Jan4l; 
D39941. Edward & Josephine Davis" (E); 
22 Jan 68; R4 27801. 

OFF THE RECORD, a play in three acts 
by John Shubert; further revision of 
God bless you all. © 28Nov40; 
DU72513. Select Theatres Corp. 
(PWH); 23Feb68; R430231. 

OLD ACQUAINTANCE; comedy in 3 acts by 
John Van Druten. © 28Feb4l; D74007 . 
Carter Lodge (E); 2May68; R434806. 

OLD DOC; comedy in three acts by Jean 
Lee Latham. © 50ct40; D71977. 
Jean Lee Latham (A); 25Mar68; 
R432120. 

OLD DOC; 3 acts by Jean Lee Latham. 
© 9Mar40; D6896I. Jean Lee Latham 
(A); 23Feb68; R430062. 

OLD JOE SHARPE, MISSION DRUNK, PLAYS 
A NEW ROLE, a legalized liquor drama, 
basically historical, in 4 scenes by 
Alma White. © l4Mar40; D69586. 
Arthur Kent White (C); 12Mar68; 
R4 31385. 

OLD WHITE HAT, by Myra Chipman, pseud, 
of Nettie H. Chipman. © 20May40; 
D70090. Nettie H. Chipman (A); 
23Apr68; R433919- 

OLIVER HORTON, by Norman Matson & 

Michael Fessier. © 120ct40; D72002. 
Michael Fessier (A) & Mrs. Norman 
Matson (W); 4jan68; R426368. 

OURS IS THE WORK; choral pageant by 
Harry William Nelson. © l8May40; 
DU70061. Harry William Nelson (A); 
15Jan68; R427318. 

PARTING AT IMSDORF; play in one act 
by N. Richard Nusbaum, i.e. 
N. Richard Nash. © 26Aug40; 
DU71392. N. Richard Nash (A); 
2Feb68; R428952. 

A PASSENGER TO BALI, a play in three 
acts by Ellis St. Joseph. © l8Mar40; 
D69362. Ellis St. Joseph (A); 
2Jan68; R425946. 

PAUL BUNYAN; opera in 2 acts. Benjamin 
Britten, music; Wystan H. Auden, text. 
© 26Apr4l; D39992. Benjamin Britten 
& Wystan H. Auden (A); 29Apr68; 
R434689 . 

THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES; lecture 
by Jam Handy Picture Service & 
Coca-Cola Co. © 22Nov40; C12803. 
Coca-Cola Co. (PWH); 28Feb68; 
R430373. 

PEOPLE WITH LIGHT COMING OUT OF THEM, 
by William Saroyan. © 4Mar4l; 
D74527. William Saroyan (A); 
10Jun68; R4 37144. 

PHANTOM GENTLEMAN; comedy in 1 act by 
John Hershey, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 300ct40; DP74084. James Reach (A); 
17Jan68; R427323. 
THE PHANTOM VOYAGE. See 
THE SHADOW. 



PING-PONG GAME, by William Saroyan. 
1 act. © l6Aug40; D71339- William 
Saroyan (A); 10Jun68; Rl37l4o. 

PLACER GOLD FOR PLUNDER. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1204-426. 

PLAY THAT BARBER SHOP CHORD, a dramatic 
play in three acts by William Tracey. 
© 4jan4l; D73210. Shapiro. 
Bernstein & Co . , Inc. (PWH); 5Jan68; 
R426568. 

PLAYING FAIR, a book of tolerance plays 
by Fanny Venable Cannon. © lApr40; 
D69760. Fanny Venable Cannon (A); 
HMar68; R431139. 

PLOTTERS IN MURDER. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1214-434. 

PONY RIDER. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1203-425. 

PRIERE AUX ETOILES, a play in 5 acts 
by Marcel Pagnol. © 13May4l; 
D75732. Marcel Pagnol (A); 
17May68; R435900. 

LA PULCE D'ORO, un atto in tre quadri 
di Tullio Pinelli; musica di Giorgio 
Federico Ghedini. Libretto. 
© l8Jan40; D68293- Tullio Pinelli 
(A); 2Jan68; R426205. 

LA PULCE D'ORO, un atto in tre quadri 
di Tullio Pinelli; musica di Giorgio 
Federico Ghedini. Vocal score. 
© l8Jan40; DFO-39784. Laura Negrelli 
(W of G. F. Ghedini); 2Jan68; 
R426206. 

QUIET WEDDING; comedy in three acts by 
Esther McCracken. © 24jun40; 
D71173. Esther McCracken (A); 
23Apr68; R4 33924. 

RACE TO VICTORY. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1228-447. 

RETURN ENGAGEMENT, by Lawrence Riley. 
© HJun40; D70410. Lawrence 
Riley (A); 29Apr68; R434658. 

RIDDLE FOR MR. TWIDDLE; mystery in 3 
acts by Madison L. Goff . © llMay40; 
DU69947. Madison L. Goff (A); 
15Jan68; R427317. 

RIFLES FOR REDSKINS. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1202-424. 

RUN, GHOST, RUN; libretto for an inti- 
mate Negro revue in 2 acts by Langs- 
ton Hughes. © 7Apr4l; D74430. 
Arna Bontemps & George Houston Bass 
(E); 17May68; R435909- 

THE SCARLET ARROW. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1221-440. 

SECRET WEAPONS; melodrama in three acts 
by Bayard Veiller. © 26jun40; 
D70586. Marguerite Veiller (W); 
23Apr68; R433920. 

SENTIMENTAL LADIES; comedy in one act 
by Mabel Constanduros & Howard Agg. 
© 24Apr40; D72285 . Michael Constan- 
duros (C) 8c Howard Agg (A); lApr68; 
R432859. 

THE SHADOW; scripts by various authors. 
© Conde Nast Publications, Inc. (PWH) 
The case of the dancing elephant, 
by Jerry Devine. © 22Apr41; 
D74637- 2May68; R434514. 
The chess club murders, by Jerry 
Devine. © 26Feb4l; D73°40. 
4Mar68; R430602. 
Death is a puritan, by Jerry Devine. 
© l8Mar4l; D74214. lApr68; 
R4 32198. 
Death on the rails, by Jerry Devine. 
© 15Apr4l; D74560. 2May68; 
R434513. 



Death prowls at night, by Jerry 
Devine. © 27Mar4l; D745255. 
!Apr68; R432199. 
Death rides a broomstick, by Jerry 
Devine. © 6Mar4l; D74015. 
lApr68; R432196. 
Ghost building, by Jerry Devine. 
© l6Jan4l; D73404. 2Feb68; 
R428336. 
The ghost of Caleb Mackenzie, by 
Jerry Devine. © 28Jan4l; D73575- 
2Feb68; R428338. 
The ghost on the stair, by Jerry 
Devine. © 2Jan4l; D73047. 
2Feb68; R4 28334. 
The leopard strikes, by Jerry Devine. 
© 9Jan4l; D73213- 2Feb68; R428335. 
The man who loved thrice, by Jerry 
Devine. © 12Feb4l; D73680. 
4Mar68; R430600. 
Murder from the grave, by Jerry 
Devine. © 10Apr4l; D7 4-494. 
2May68; R434508. 
Murder underground. © 12Mar4l; 

D74090. lApr68; R432197. 
Nightmare at Gaelsberry, by Jerry 
Devine. © 4Feb4l; D73574. 
4Mar68; R4 30599. 
The phantom voyage, by Jerry Devine. 
© l8Feb4l; D73679. 'tMareB; 
R4 30601. 
The Shadow challenged, by Jerry 
Devine. © 21Jan4l; D73405. 
2Feb68; R428337- 
Voodoo, by Jerry Devine. © lApr4l; 
D74409. 2May68; R434507 . 



THE SHADOW CHALLENGED. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



SHADOW PASSES; play in one act by Mabel 
Constanduros 8c Howard Agg. © 24Apr40; 
D72286. Michael Constanduros (c) 
Howard Agg (A); lApr68; R432860. 

SHE JUST COULDN'T SAY YES, by Norman 
Archer, pseud, of Arch Oboler. 
© 23Feb40; D68629. Arch Oboler (A); 
21Feb68; R433053. 

THE SHERIFF OF POWDER BEND. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1200-422. 

SILK BAITS A TRAP. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1212-432. 

SILVER MINE THAT WAS STOLEN. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1211-431. 

SINNERS EXPRESS, by Janet Elsie Clark. 
© 26Aug40; D71311. Janet Elsie 
Clark (A); 19Feb68; R429722. 

SOME CALL IT MADNESS; comedy in 3 acts 
by Edith Ellis (Edith Ellis Furness) 
© 13Jun40; D70442. Ellis Baker (C); 
10Jun68; R437088. 

THE SON OF THE KILLER. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1213-433. 

SOUND-EFFECTS MAN; one act farce by 
Alice Gerstenberg. © 15Mar40; 
DU69049. Alice Gerstenberg (A); 
2Feb68; R428950. 

SOUTH OF THE BORDER. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1218-437-. 

THE STAGGER SYSTEM; an original photo- 
play by Philip Barry 8c Ellen S. 
Barry. © 3LMay4l; D75133- Ellen S. 
Barry (A); 3Jun68; R4 36924 . 

START IN LIFE, by Paul Green. (Free 
Company series) © 21Apr4l; D74774 . 
Paul Green (A); 27May68; R436478. 

STORM OVER BERMUDA, a play in one act 
by Carter Goodloe. © 13Nov40; 
DU72366. Abbie Carter Goodloe (A); 
2Feb68; R4 28954. 
STORY OF MARY SURRATT. See 
THIS GENTLE GHOST. 



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DRAMAS 



STRANGERS' GOLD, an historical comedy 
In one act by Evan John. (In FI 
one act plays, 2d series) © 26Feb40; 
DP69544. Mrs. D. E. Simpson (C); 
9Jan68; R426770. 

STREET OF DREAMS, a comedy In 3 acts 
by John Rand, pseud, of James Reach. 
0Apr4lj D74570. James Reach (A); 
ay68; R436190. 

SUBWAY CIRCUS, by William Saroyan. 
10 episodes. © 21Aug40; D71340. 
William Saroyan (A); 10Jun68; 
R437141. 

SUMMER COMES TO THE DIAMOND 0; comedy 
in 1 act by Betty Smith (Betty Smith 
Finch) & Robert Finch. © 15Apr40; 
D74382. Betty Smith Finch (A); 
9Apr68; R433301. 

TiCE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET, a dramatic 
play In three acts by William Tracey. 
an4l; D73211. Shapiro, Berr.s 
o., Inc. (FWH); 9Jan68; R426842. 
SUSANNAH AND THE ELDERS. See 
SUZANNA AND THE ELDERS. 

SUSANNAH AND THE ELDERS , Aid OTHER 
ILAY3, by Jair.es Bridie, pseud, of 
jstorne Henry Mavor. © 17May40; 
E70775 . Eric Ingram Mavor & Rona 
Loch Mavor (E); 23Apr68; R433922. 

SUZANNA AND THE ELDERS (Susannah and 
the elders) By Armina Marshall 
(Armina Marshall Langner) & Lawrence 
Langner. © 3Jan4l; DP73045 . 
Armina Marshall Langner (A); 
20Jun68; R437537. 

SWEETHEART OF ALL MY DREAMS, a dra- 
matic play in three acts by William 
Tracey. © 4Jan4l; D73209. Shapiro, 
Bernstein & Co., Inc. (FWH); 5Jan68; 
R426567. 

TELL HER NOTHING, a comedy of art, 
commerce & other things in three 
acts by Charles O'Brien Kennedy. 
© 150ct40; DU72010. George Beisser 
(E); 2Feb68; R4 28953. 

TEXAS STEER; modern acting version of 
Charles H. Hoyt ' s famous comedy; 
3 acts by Randolph Carter. © 20Jun40; 
D71862. Randolph Carter (A); 2May68; 
R43W21. 

THANKS FOR LISTENING; farce in 3 acts 
by J. P. Fox. © l6Feb40; D68493. 
J. P. Fox (A); 15Jan68; R426534. 

THAT GENTLEMAN FROM VIENNA; a comedy in 
three acts by Stephen Van Gluck. 
© 27Jul40; D70976. Stephen Van 
Gluck (A); 14May68; R435085. 
THERE'S ONE IN EVERY COMPANY, a comedy 
in one act by John Hershey, pseud, 
of James Reach. © lApr4l; D74573. 
James Reach (A); 23May68; R436191. 
THEY GAVE BIRTH TO AN ANGEL; comedy 
in 3 acts by Elena Mlramova. 

l6Aug40; D71215. Elena Miramova 
(A); 14Feb68; R429480. 



THIRTEENTH NOTCH. 
THE LONE RANGER, 



See 
No. 1208-129. 



THIRTY MINUTES WITH SCHUBERT; operetta, 
an episode from the early life of 
the world's greatest writer of songs, 
Franz Schubert, arranged by May Van 
Dyke, by Gertrude Graves Martin. 
© 20Nov4 0; D39931. May Van Dyke (A); 
25Jan68; R427087. 

THIRTY MINUTES WITH THE PIRATES OF 

PENZANCE; based on the popular Gilbert 
Ic Sullivan opera, by Arthur Johnson 
It May Van Dyke. © 23Dec40; D39959. 
Arthur Johnson & May Van Dyke (A); 
25Jan68; R427088. 

THIS GENTLE GHOST; or, The story of 
Mary Surratt. Play in 3 acts by 
John Patrick, pseud, of John Patrick 
Goggan. © 2May40; D70055. John 
Patrick (A); 22Apr68; R43445O. 

THIS WAY TO HEAVEN, by Mai Merritt. 

© 22Mar40; D69164 . Mai S. Merritt 
(A); 4Mar68; R430641. 

THORWALD; 3 act opera by William B. 
Dinsmore, libretto by Marian Hazard 
(Marian Hazard Etcheverry) © 10Jun40; 
D39834. William B. Dinsmore (A); 
10Jun68; R437094. 

THE THRACIAN HORSES; comedy in two 
acts, by Maurice Valency. © 7Apr4l; 
D74419. Maurice J. Valency (A); 
2May68; R434903. 

THREE CENTS A DAY; one act comedy for 
women by Raymond F. Bosworth. 
© 20Jun40; D70997 . Raymond F. 
Bosworth (A); 2May68; R4348 18 . 

TOP KICK; comedy in 1 act by John 
Hershey, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 27Feb4l; DP78144 . James Reach 
(A); 5Mar68; R430891. 

THE TOWN THAT FELL ASLEEP. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1224-443. 

TRAIL LEADS TO RUSTLING. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1217-436. 

TRAIL TO NOWHERE. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1207-428. 

TRANSFUSION, a play in three acts by 
Mary McDougal Axelson. © 31Mar41; 
D74300. Mary McDougal Axelson (A); 
24Jun68; R4 37731. 

THE TREE IN THE FOREST, by Michael 
Fessier. © 120ct40; D72004 . 
Michael Fessier (A); 8jan68; R426454. 

TROMMELN IN DER NACHT; play by Bertolt 
Brecht. © 28Dec22; D65420. Helene 
. Brecht-Weigel (W) ; 22May68; R436393. 
Entered under German Proclamation of 
l?Jul67 . 

TROPICS AFTER DARK, by L. Hughes & 
A. Bontemps, music by M. Bonds, 
additional music by Z. Randolph. 
© 15Aug40; D39869. Arna Bontemps & 
George Houston Bass (E of L. Hughes); 
HMar68; R431234. 



TROUBLE FOR A DOUBLE. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1216-436. 

TWENTY SHORT PLAYS ON A ROYALTY HOLI- 
DAY. Vol.2. Edited by Margaret 
Mayorga. © 17Jun40; D70711. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 23Apr68; 
R4 33921. 

A VERY GRAMMATICAL FAMILY; comedy in 
1 act by Albert Carriere. © 29May40; 
D70432. Albert Carriere (A); 
12Apr68; R433601. 

VERY LIBERAL ARTS; or, Formula for 

pancakes. Comedy in 3 acts by Muriel 
Roy Bolton. © 210ct40; DU72092. 
Muriel Roy Bolton (A); 15Jan68; 
R427319. 
VOODOO. See 
THE SHADOW. 



WATCH ON THE RHINE, a play in three 
acts by Lillian Hellman. © 22May4l; 
D7505I. Lillian Hellman (A); 
13Jun68; R437269. 

WEATHER, CLEARING; comedy in 3 acts 
by Franklin A. Warren. © 20Jun40; 
DP70999. Franklin A. Warren (A); 
8jan68; R426652. 

WHEN WE WERE YOUNG, a comedy in 3 acts 
by Hilda Manning, pseud, of James 
Reach. © HApr4l; D74576. James 
Reach (A); 23May68; R436192. 

WHO STANDS ALONE, by Maxwell Maltz. 
© 20Nov40; D72490. Maxwell Maltz 
(A); 4Apr68; R433193. 

WILL THE MAIL-TRAIN RUN TONIGHT. See 
LOVE RIDES THE RAILS. 

WOCHENEND IN MAI; Operette in acht 
Bildern von Ignaz Brantner & Rudolf 
Weys, Musik von Josef Knaflitsch. 
Klavierauszug mit Text. © 3Jul40j 
D39918. Josef Knaflitsch & Rudolf 
Weys (A), & Eva Brantner (W); 25Mar68; 
R4 32337. 

YOUNG APRIL, a comedy in 3 acts by 
Aurania & William Spence Rouverol. 
© lMar40; DP68807. Jean R. -Butler & 
William S. Rouverol (C); 2Feb68; 
R4 28949. 

YOUNG IN HEART, comedy in 3 acts 
adapted from The gay banditti by 
I. A. R. Wylie, dramatized by Frank 
Vreeland. © 23Apr4l; D74801. Alco 
Pictures Corp. (PWH); 23Apr68; 
R434347. 



YOUTH AND UNCLE SAM; comedy in 1 act 
by Wilbur Braun. © 3Feb4l; DP75357. 
Wilbur Braun (A); 5Mar68; R430895 . 

DIE ZAUBERIN; Opera in vier Akten von 
P. I. Tschaikowsky; Texte von 
Schpaschinsky. Fur die deutsche 
BUhne bearbeitet von Julius Kapp. 
Klavierauszug. © 27Dec40; D39993. 
Irma Kapp (W); 25Mar68; R432338. 



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Below each name are the titles under which the main entries are to be found. Re- 
newal registrations are identified by the symbol (R). 



AMA Productions, Inc. 

THE GREAT AMERICAN HANG-UP. 

Abarbanel, Jonathan. 

LAMBS TO THE SLAUGHTER. 
Abarbanel., Sam X. 

LAST DAY OF THE WAR. 

Abbott, George Winn. 
SO FAR SO FAST. 

Abernathy, Ralph David. 

THE POOR PEOPLE'S CAMPAIGN, A 
MEMORIAL TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER 
KING, JR. 

Abramovitz, Stanley. 
THE CONSULTANTS. 

Abrams, Israel. 

THE BIG DIP. 
Abramson, Abe. 

THE FLOWER PEOPLE. 

Abramson, Mark. 

WINKY AND BULL IN NEW YORK. 

Accardo, Ralph V. 
THE HOME FRONT. 
PUPPETS . 
THE WOODEN SWORD. 

Achard,. Marcel. 
KIKI. 

Ackerman, Hal. SEE Ackerman, Harold. 
Ackerraan, Harold. 

STILL LIFE. 

THE THRESHHOLD OF PAIN, THE LATITUDE 
OF DEPRAVITY. 

Actor, Allen J. 
TO PAY THE PIPER. 

Ad Factors, Inc. 
PONTIAC PEOPLE. 

Adams, Laurence Toliver, Jr. 

NOTHING LIKE A DRAGON. 
Adams, Lee. 

BYE BYE BIRDIE. 
Adams, Rachel R. 

CINDERELLA . 

Adams, W.. Royce. 
AT SEA. 



Adessa, Louis J. 
THE NOTE. 

Admiral Corp. 

ANOTHER FREEZING SUCCESS. 

Adrien, Philippe. 
LA BAYE. 

Aeby, Jacquelyn. 
A LAMP FOR NAOMI. 

Agalbato, Anton. 
LA VIE. 

Agg, Howard. 

AND SO THEY WERE MARRIED. (R) 
COME TO THE BALL. (R) 
GOOSE CHASE. (R) 
SENTIMENTAL LADIES. (R) 
SHADOW PASSES. (R) 

Agnew, F. E. M. 

NIGHT OF THE DOLLS. 

Aiken, Alfred. 
HANKY-PANKY. 
HOPE OF THE WORLD. 

Airmont pub. Co., inc. 

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART ONE. 

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART TWO. 

KING HENRY THE' FIFTH. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT' NOTHING. 
AischoloU. 

PROMETHEUS . 
Akers, Elizabeth Morris. 

LINCOLN: THE LONG REMEMBERED. 

Akins, James D. 

BROOK INTO RIVER. (R) 

Akins, Zoe. SEE Rumbold, Zoe Akins. 
Alan, Don. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS. 

Alan, Lee, pseud. SEE Reicheld, 
Allen Lyle. 

Albee, Edward. 

EVERYTHING IN THE GARDEN. 

Albert, Ned, pseud. SEE Braun, 
Wilbur. 

Albertson, Harry. 
BEHIND COLOSSUS. 

Aleo Pictures Corp. 
Y0UN3 IN HEART. (R) 



Aldirte Society of California. 
LYRICS FOR A TOCCATA AND FUGUE. 

Alexander, Fernande Gardner. 
THE INVESTMENT BALLOON. 

Alison, Joan. 

EVERBODY COMES TO RICK'S. (R) 

Allaln, Stella Anita. 

WONDER WORKING RECORDING. 

Allegood, Wandell. 
HURRICANE. 
TORNADOES . 

Allen, Edward H. 
A TASTE OF EVIL. 

Allen, Henry. 

THE TRIP OF P. A. 5679 THRU EQUIP- 
MENTLAND. 

Allen, Jay Presson. 
FORTY CARATS. 

Allen, Mae Iris Davis. 
THE PURE TRUTH. 

Allen, Maude, pseud. SEE Howland, 
Ellen. 

Allen, StU. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS. 

Allen, Woody. 

DON'T DRINK THE WATER. 

Allender,. Frederick John. 
FULVIA. 

Aller, Faustlno Gonzalez-. SEE 
Gonzalez-Aller, Faustino. 



Allison, Jone. 
Allison. 



SEE Mosman, Jone 



Alston, Frances. 
THE VERB TO BE. 
THE VERB TO DO. 
THE VERB TO GO. 
THE VERB TO HAVE. 
THE VERB TO SAY. 
THE VERB TO SEE. 

Alt, Helen. 

THE ROMANCE OF MR. 
MOLLY. 



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Alton. William Henry. 

A DYNAME TOU THEOU EINAI PANTOTE STE 
DIATHESE MAS. 

KAKKAUN HANANIM. 

KAMI NO CHIKARA WA SUGU TEJIKANI. 

KYOFU NO NAI JINSEI . 

OI1WAT ALLAH AL-HADIRAH. 
Alvarez, Alejandro Rodrlquez. 

DON RODRIGO. 

Ambares, Claude, pseud. SEE Vallee, 
Jean Claude. 

American Baptist Convention. Board of 
Education & Publication. 
LIVING IN A TIME OF CHANGE. 

American Book Co. 
THE JOKE IS ON YOU. 
JUST STOP IT. 
NEW FACES. 
ROUND TRIP. 
SHHHHHHHHH. 
SO WHAT. 
THINK FIRST. 
TIME OUT. 
WELCOME. 

Americana International Enterprises. 

MEETING ON NEW IDEAS AND NEW PRO- 
DUCTS . 
Amie Associates. 

THE GREAT ELEPHANT JOKE. 

Amie Associates, Inc. 

AFRICA AND THE ORIGIN OF MAN. 
BIG DRUM - LITTLE DRUM. 

Anceschi, Elio. 
GHIRLINO. (R) 

Anchorage Press. 
THE BEEPLE. 
CINDERELLA. (R) 

Andersen, Hans Christian. 

THE STEADFAST TIN SOLDIER. 
Andersen, Wilh. 

MASQUERADE . 
Anderson, Alan H. 

JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM. (R) 

THE MIRACLE OF THE DANUBE. 

Anderson, Anne B. 
MAD APRIL. 

Anderson, Elizabeth B. 
MAD APRIL. 

Anderson, Gilda Oatcleaf. . 
JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM. (R) 
THE MIRACLE OF THE DANUBE. 

Anderson, Harry D., Jr. 
HATHA YOGA. 

Anderson (Ken) Films, Inc. 
JOURNEY TO THE SKY. 

Anderson, Kenneth Oscar. 
JOURNEY TO THE SKY. 

Anderson, Maxwell. 

JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM. (R) 
THE MIRACLE OF THE DANUBE. (R) 

Anderson, Quentin. 

JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM. (R) 

THE MIRACLE OF THE DANUBE. (R) 

Anderson, Robert. 

YOU KNOW I CAN'T HEAR YOU WHEN THE 
WATER'S RUNNING. 

Anderson, Robert A. 
THE PIRATE'S DIN. 

Anderson, Terence. 

JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM. (R) 
THE MIRACLE OF THE DANUBE. 

Andresen, Florence. 

THIS PLACE OF RUSHES. 



(R) 



(R) 



(R) 



Andrews, Mrs. Gordon J. SEE Andrews, 
Joyce. 

Andrews, Joyce. 

COMMERCIAL FOR KOTEX. 

60 SECOND COMMERCIAL FOR KOTEX. 

Angebranndt, Betsy Jo. 

THE MAGIC GOLD SPINNER, RUMPELSTILT- 
SKIN. 

Angel, Mikel. 

COME OUT, COME OUT, WHOEVER YOU ARE. 

Antebi, Joseph. 

MANIA. 

Antebi, Sidney S. 
MANIA. 

Antin, Clara, executrix of the Estate 
of Mary Antin Grabau. SEE Grabau, 
Mary Antin, Estate of. 

Antin, Mary. SEE Grabau, Mary Antin. 

Appleman, Marjorie. 

IT'S NATURAL, ISN'T IT. 

Apstein, Theodore. 

MANANA IS ANOTHER DAY. (R) 

Archer, Irene. SEE Carr, Irene 
Archer. 

Archer, Norman, pseud. SEE Oboler, 

Arch. 

Ardito, Gino. 
TONY TAMARROW. 



Aristophanes. 
LYSISTRATA. 

Armony, Isaac. 

MA, LET ME TALK TO PA. 

Arn, Gordon, pseud. SEE Davis, Don. 

Arnold, Ronald Edward. 

THE TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE STORY. 

Aron, Roberto. 
THE SIGN. 

Aronson, Max. 

SEX, THE HELL WITH IT. 

Arrighi, Mel. 

THE CASTRO COMPLEX. 

Arvey, Richard E. 
THE PHOENIX. 

Arzoomanian, Raffi. 
KIDDIES' DAY. 

Arzoomanian, Ralph S. 
THE COOP. 

Ash, Sylvia. 

ADVICE IS NICE. 

Ashby, Dorothy. 
THE CHOICE. 

Ashby, John W. 
THE CHOICE. 

Associated Personnel Technicians. 
APT DICTATION TEST. 

Aster, Harold. 

PROLOGUE TO A GOLDEN AGE. 
Auderi, W. H. 

FOR THE TIME BEING. 

Auden, Wystan H. 
PAUL BUNYAN. (R) 

Aultman, Lela May. 

DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP: DE WEG 

NAAR DAADWERKELIJKE VREDE. 
UN CHRISTIANISME COMPATISSANT . 
COMPASSIONATE CHRISTIANITY. 
KRISTEN VTDENSKAB, VEJEN TIL VIRKSOM 

FRED. 

Aunt Theresa. SEE Worman, Theresa. 



Aust, Holden Franz. 
[THE STUDENT] 

Austin, C. David. 
BEHEAD OR BEHIND. 
IN MY IMAGE. 
RAINBOW'S END. 

Austin, William. 
THE GREAT SOCIETY. 

Austin, Yvette Robinson. 
ISLAND. 

Avigdor, Albert E. 
LE MISANTHROPE. 
LE TARTUFFE. 

Axelman, Arthur. 
THE FUZZY GENERAL. 

Axelson, Mary McDougal. 
TRANSFUSION. 



B 



Bacal, Harvey. 

LET'S TAKE A TRIP. 
PLAYBACK. 

Badrig, Robert Hogrogian. 

THE LADY WHO LOOKED LIKE THE STATUE 
OF LIBERTY. 

THE PENNY WHISTLE CONCERTO. 
THE ROMANTIC FOOLS ~ 



iasarian, Ross. 
THE CHIPMUNKS SEE DOCTOR DOLITTLE. 

Bailey, Jesse K., Jr. 
STONES OF A CROWN. 

Bailly, Claude . 
IL EST ARRIVE. 

Baines, James D. 

OF PRISONS AND MEN. 
Baker, Billy Winston. 

UNCLE WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU. 

Baker, Dennis Frederick. 

THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD. 

Baker, Dorothy C. 
OHIA TREE. 

Baker, Ellis. 

THE MASKED BALL. (R) 
SOME CALL IT MADNESS. (R) 

Baker, Fred. SEE Baker, Dennis 
Frederick. 

Baker, Harland Lee. 
THE JUNKYARD. 

Baker (Walter H.) Co. 
FIVE FLOORS DOWN. 
A LAMP FOR NAOMI. 
LOVE MAKES THE HEAD GO 'ROUND. 
MOTHER WHITTIER'S MEETING. 
ONE MORE WALTZ WITH MOLLY O'FLYNN. 

SUNSHINE FOR THE QUEEN. 

THEY DO IT TO RATS. 

THE WAKE. 
Bale, Earl R. 

THE IRISH WILDERNESS. 

Ball, David. 
THE ACTOR. 

Ball, David A. 
APRIL 1968. 
THE LETTER. 

Ball, John W. 

CASTING AND FISHING THE ARTIFICAL 
FLY. 

Ballin, William C. 
LIGHT HONEY. 
THE TWENTY FIFTH FRAME. 

Balseiro, Jose A. 

EL CABALLERO DE LAS ESPUELAS DE ORO. 



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59 



Balzac, Honore de. 
LE PERE GORIOT. 

Banks on, Douglas. 
SHELTERCYCLE . 

Banov, Robert Louis. 
TIGER BY THE TAIL. 

Baptist, Leona. 

DANIEL BOONE. (R) 

Barasch, Norman. 
DADDY, DEAR DADDY. 

Barbata, John. 

UMBASSA AND THE DRAGON. 
Barber, Philip. 

THIS MAN GRANT. 
Barkow, Al. 

THE LONG SUMMER OP LEO WARSAW. 

Barnabas, Bentley. SEE Associated 
Personnel Technicians. 

Barnes, Edwin E. 

SING TO ME OF LOVE. 

Barnes, J. Howard K. 

OH! LEROY. 

WID. 
Barnes, John W. 

THE BRIGHT CANTONESE. 
Barnet, Todd. 

THE LAW WITHIN AMD THE LAW WITHOUT. 
Barnet, Uta. 

THE LAW WITHIN AND THE LAW WITHOUT. 

Barney, Grace, pseud. SEE Braun, 
Wilbur. 

Barone, Nicholas. 

ANTICIPATION:— & YANKEE DOODLENAUTS. 

Barrett, Barbara, pseud. SEE Lynch, 
Rose. 

Barrett, Maurice. 

THE INQUISITIVE FANTASY. 

Barrett, Robert Avery. 
THE MAN FROM IBM. 

Barrett, William M. 

CROSSWAYS TO HEAVEN. 
THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER. 

Barritt, Jamie. 

WHY, MOMMY, WHY. 
Barron, David. 

CINDERELLA . 

Barrows, Marjorie Wescott. 
CURRENTS IN DRAMA. 

Barry, Ellen S. 

THE STAGGER SYSTEM. (R) 

Barry, Philip. 

THE STAGGER SYSTEM. (R) 

Barry, Philip James. 
THE KISS OF LIFE. 

Bart, John H., pseud. 

PUPE MISSILI E DROGA. 
Barton, Jon R. 

PRESENTATION ON SPECIAL EQUIPMENT 
CONTROL. 

Bartron, Harry. 

A BALLAD. 

A LAMENT. 
Bashkiroff, Peter 

IN SEARCH OF LUCIFER. 

Basic Books, Inc. 
MACBETH. 

Bass, George Houston. 
JUBILEE. (R) 
RUN, GHOST, RUN. (R) 
TROPICS AFTER DARK. (R) 

Bassett, John A. 
JOYS OF YOUTH. (R) 



■&■ 



pseud. SEE Di Battista, 



Bates, Allan C. 
AHAB. 

Bates, Henry W.. 
IN MARTYRDOM. 

Batista, Frank, 

Frank, Jr. 
Battis, Emery J. 
LET MY PEOPLE GO. 

Bauer, William. 

THE WOOLLY MAMMOTH. 

Bauknecht, William Francis. 

PLAY BLUES FOR MR. 7 THIS CHRISTMAS. 
Baum, L. Frank. 

THE MARVELOUS LAND OF OZ . 

Bauman, Alois. SEE Bauman, Joseph A. 

Bauman, Joseph A. 

DARKNESS WRAPS THE LIGHT. 

THE MARTYDOM OF ST. STEPHEN. 
Baxandall, Lee. 

THE MOTHER. 

Bayer, Susan B. 
TWO OF EACH KIND. 

Bayley, Jefferson, pseud. SEE 

Bailey, Jesse K., Jr. 
Beaulieu, Susan Eugenia. 

OPERATION BREADBASKET. 
SUPERMEN BE DAMNED. 

Beaumont, Francis. 

THE KNIGHT OF THE BURNING PESTLE. 
Beaupre, Lee. 

ANGELA FEELS. 

Beauregard Music Co. 
MORNING MAN. 

Beaurline, L. A. 
FOUR COMEDIES. 
FOUR TRAGEDIES. 

Beck, Howard. 

PURSUIT TO VALENCIA. 

Becker, Fred R. 
FREE MAINTENANCE. 

Becker (Fred R.) Advertising Agency, 
Inc. 
FREE MAINTENANCE. 

Becker, John. 

SEVERAL ASPECTS OF NORMALITY 

CONSIDERED ON A SUNDAY MORNING. 
Beckerman, Bernard. 

THE FESTIVAL SHAKESPEARE LOVE'S 
LABOR'S LOST. 
Becsi, Kurt. 

DIE NACHT VOR SARAJEWO. 

Beechhold, Henry F. 
TOHU-BOHU. 

Beeson, Jack. 

HELLO OUT THERE. 

Beim, Norman. 

THE BATTLE OF VALOR. 
Beisser, George. 

TELL HER NOTHING. (R) 

Bel-Angelo, pseud. SEE Bates, 
Henry W. 

Belanger, Terry. 
DEAR NOBODY. 

Bell, Bunny D. 

THE LOST BELLS. 
Bell, William S. 

OEDIPE . 

Bender, Sheldon. 

RHEUMATIC AORTIC STENOSIS, PATHO- 
PHYSIOLOGY. 

Bendersky, Gordon. 

OSTEOPOROSIS, ETIOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS 
AND COMPLICATIONS. 



THROUGH ALL THE 



Bendinger, Bruce 
THE GAP. 

Benedict, Stewart H. 
ANOTHER DAY. 
A CRIME. 
Benedikt, Michael. 

MODERN SPANISH THEATRE. 
Benet, Rosemary. 
ABRAHAM LINCOLN 
YEARS. 

Bennett, Robert Russell. 

CRYSTAL. 
Benson, William Harris. 

THE RUSSIAN. 

Bentley, Eric. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN GERMAN 
THEATRE. 

Berger, Ruth. 

BE MY JELLYBEAN. 

Berges, Max L. 

A CASE OF INTEGRATION. 

NO PATH TO HEAVEN. 
Bergland Verlag, G.M.B.H. 

ZU EBENER ERDE UND ERSTER STOCK. 
Bergman, Robert I. 

THE TRIP TO DEATH. 

Berio. 

OTHELLO . 
Berio, Luciano. 

IL COMBATTIMENTO DI TANCREDI E 
CLORINDA. 

PASSAGGIO. 

Berk, Howard. 

LAST DAY OF THE WAR. 

Berlin, Uta. SEE Barnet, Uta. 
Bernard, Kenneth. 

THE ADJUSTMENT. 

BLACK POWER'S GOING TO GET YOU. 

THE LOVERS. 

MARKO ' S . 

THE MONKEYS OF THE ORGAN GRINDER. 
THE TURNING OF THE WORM. 

Bernard, Tristan. 

THE ARROGANT ARTIST. 

THE BUSINESSMAN FROM BESANCON. 

THE STRANGLER. 
Bertschi, Otto. 

HVA ANDELIG OPPDAGELSE KREVER. 

THE SCIENTIFIC BREAKTHROUGH IN 
RELIGION. 

Berzon, Betty. 

INTERPERSONAL EXERCISES FOR SMALL 
GROUPS . 

Best, Clebern E. 
TRACC. 

Bethany press. 
IT'S MY LIFE. 

Bevington, David. 

THE FIRST PART OF KING HENRY THE 
SIXTH, 

Bhagat, Niranjan. 

THE VISION OF VASAVADATTA. 
Bhasa. 

THE VISION OF VASAVADATTA. 

Biberman, Herbert. 
THE DUMMY. 

Bierman, Ben. SEE Bierman, Bernard. 

Bierman, Bernard. 
CABBAGES. (R) 

Bierman, James Henry. 
VALPARAISO. 

^Sfi?* 2 * Barbara Sylvia. 
SUZANNE. 

B± }J-> Mar y Fournier. 

THE WELCOMING. 



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Jan-June 



Billetdoux, Francois. 

SILENCE! L'ARBRE REMUE ENCORE. 

Billings, Joe. 

THE SCHOOLING OP CINDY CARVER. 

Binder, Donald P. 
68 BADEN ALLEY. 

Biroteau, Jacques. 

CARMEN FROM KENOSHA. (R) 

Birtles, Neville. 
BRUMMELL. 

Birtles, Patricia Frances. 

BRUMMELL. 
Birtwistle, Harrison. 

PUNCH AND JUDY. 

Bishop, Mrs. Ernest F. 

AMERICA AWAKE TO YOUR FIFTH 
COLUMN. (R) 

Bishop, Ernest Franklin. 

AMERICA AWAKE TO YOUR FIFTH 
COLUMN. (R) 

Bissell, David Paul. 
AN ACT OF REVENGE 

Bisson, Alexandre. 

THE MASKED BALL. (R) 

Bizet, Georges. 

CARMEN FROM KENOSHA'. (R) 

Bizzios, John. 

IT'S MORNING, WHAT NOW DAD. 

Black, Eugene R., Jr. 
THE HEART IS KING. 

Black, Lea Vail. 

MY MR. LINCOLN. 
PRELUDES . 

Blackmon, William J. 
LIGHT BREAKS THROUGH. 



Blair, Henry J. Kemp-. SEE Kemp-Blalr, 
Henry J. 

Blair, Peter, pseud. SEE Bashkiroff, 
Peter. 

Blaisdell Pub. Co. 

DRAUSSEN VOR DER TOR. 

Blake, William Dorsey. 
SPRING TRAINING. 
THREE PARTS FREE. 

Blanco, Ambrosio Wilfredo. 
EL ROL VACIO. 

Bland, Milton. 
THE STROKE. 

Bleich, Eli Furie . 
IT CAN BE ARRANGED. 

Bleich, Jolene. SEE Goldenthal, Jolene 
Bleich. 



Blimp Music. 

UMBASSA AND THE DRAGON. 

Blinn, Richard Doane, pseud. 
Pheatt, Richard Cadwell. 

Blitzstein, Herb. 
THE HIDING PLACE. 

Blitzstein, Marc. 

NO FOR AN ANSWER. (R) 

Bloch, Ernest. 
MACBETH. (R) 

Block, Ruth. 
IPHIGENIA. 
Bloedow, Jerry. 

THE ASSUALT OF EVEREST. 

Bloom, Howard. 

MORALITY ROUTINES. 

Bloomfield, Howard G. 
LA VIE. 



SEE 



Blue River Music, Inc. 

A LETTER TO MY RUNAWAY CHILD. 

Bluestein, Lucille. 
MADAME GALAXIE. 

Blumberg, Gladys. 

THE MAGIC PICTURE FRAME. 

Blumenthal, William S. 

INDUSTRIAL DISEASES OF THE LUNG, 
ACUTE DISORDERS. 

Boan, Richard G. 

WIPE OUT GESTAPO HEADQUARTERS AT 
SCHLOSS KRONFELD. 

Board of Education of Prince Georges 
County. SEE Prince Georges County 
(Md.) Board of Education. 

Boatner, Edward. 

JULIUS SEES HERS IN ROME, 

Bobkoff, Ned. 

THE ANGEL IN THE BALCONY. 



GEORGIA. 



Bobrick, Sam. 

DAVID FRYE HITS WASHINGTON. 

Boiko, Claire. 

CHILDREN'S PLAYS FOR CREATIVE 
ACTORS . 

Solotovsky, Elias. 

DARLING, POOR DARLING. 
Bolotowsky, Ilya, pseud. SEE 

Bolotovsky, Elias. 

Bolte, Carl E., Jr. 
WHAT'S A FEW YEARS. 

Bolton, Janet Helen. 

EYE WITNESS: REPORT OF AN ASSASSINA- 
TION. 

Bolton, Muriel Roy. 

VERY LIBERAL ARTS. (R) 

Bond, Raleigh. 

A SOUNDING OF TRUMPETS'. 

Bonds, Margaret. 

TROPICS AFTER DARK. (R) 

Bonne foy, Yves. 

ROMEO ET JULIETTE. 
Bontemps, Arna. 

JUBILEE. (R) 

RUM, GHOST, RUN. (R) 

TROPICS AFTER DARK. (R) 

Boorstin, Daniel J. 

DISSENT, DISSENSION AND THE NEWS. 

Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. 
DON RODRIGO. 
FOR THE TIME BEING. 
MISS JULIE. 
ONE-MAN SHOW. 
THE SOJOURNER AND MOLLIE SINCLAIR. 

Boothby, James. 
ANGELA FEELS. 

Borchert, Wolfgang. 

DRAUSSEN VOR DER TUR. 
Borel, Jacques. 

TATA. 

Bore-Warner Corp. 

BABY, IS, BAD, GREEN. 

BED, ARE, ORANGE, CAP. 

BOOK, RED, FUNNY, APPLE. 

CAR, TOY, BALL, HOUSE, MILK. 

DIAGNOSTIC TEST, KIT 1. 

DOG, THE, MY, A, BOY, GIRL. 

DOLL, BLUE, WALK, JUMP. 

ENTERING BEHAVIOR. 

HOT, COLD, BLACK, YELLOW. 

READING WORDS IN CONTEXT 12 - IN, ON, 

TABLE, BOAT. 
READING WORDS IN CONTEXT 15 - UNDER, 

SIT, STAND, OVER. 

READING WORDS IN CONTEXT l 1 * - HER, 
HIS, PUPPY, KITTEN. 



READING WORDS IN CONTEXT 15 - THIS, 

THESE, FALL, BROWN. 
READING WORDS" IN CONTEXT 16 - THOSE 

THAT, GO, LONG. 

READING WORDS" IN CONTEXT 17 - REVIEW 
OF 12-16. 

REVIEW OF READING WORDS IN CONTEXT 

1-4. 
REVIEW 6-10. 

TRAIN, RUN, COME, LITTLE. 
TREE, BIG, GOOD, CAT. 
Borshaw, Carmody, pseud. SEE 
Grabstald, Harry. 

Boss, George p. 

THREE LADIES AND A BEAR. 
Bosworth, Raymond F. 

THREE CENTS A DAY. (R) 

Bote & Bock. 

FURSTIN TARAKANOWA. 

Botsford, Hannah Leah. 

THACKERAY'S THE ROSE AND THE RING. 

Bottomley, Gordon. 
EALASAID. (R) 

Bouchaud, Jean. 
LA GRANDE FUITE . 

Bound, Cherryl. 
0, JUAN. 

Bourgois, Christian. 

LA JOURNEE D'UNE REVEUSE. 



Bourhis, Marcel Le. 
Marcel. 



SEE Le Bourhis, 



Bove, Thomas. 

WATERMELONS AND THE NEW TESTIMENT. 

Bowen, Betty Jane. 
CHAMELEON . 

Bowen, John. 

AFTER THE RAIN. 

Bowen, John G. 
MACBETH. 

Bowers, Fredson. 
FOUR COMEDIES. 
FOUR TRAGEDIES. 

Bowles, Neil H. 

BI CHRISTIAN SCIENCE (IJINLE IMO 
IGBAGBO ) TI IMA NPESE FUN GBOGBO 
AINI EDA. 

Bowser, Milton. 
HORATIO. 
SPEECH ON CONTINUITY GAME DELIVERED 

TO SYLVIA MUSIC CO. 
TWO PLUS TWO. 

Boyajian, Cecile Starr. 

FANTASY IN FILM. 
BOyle, Donald R. 

THE GAMES THAT LITTLE PEOPLE PLAY. 

PHAEDRAN. 

THE YOUNG SAVAGES. 

Brabner, George, Jr. 

THE AUTO-PUPIL TRAINER. 
VISUAL ORIENTATION AND DISCRIM- 
INATION TRAINING MATERIALS. 

Brackett, Mac. SEE Brackett, Marion 
McDowell, Jr. 

Brackett, Marion McDowell, Jr. 

THE LONG, LONELY NIGHT BEFORE DAWN. 

Bradbury, Ray. 

THE DAY IT RAINED FOREVER. 
THE PEDESTRIAN. 

Bradford, Benjamin. 
GAME. 

GEOMETRIC PROGRESSION. 

A MATTER OF TIME. 

WHERE ARE YOU GOING, HOLLIS JAY. 



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Bradlees, Inc. 

JACK BENNY BLISTERS. 
JACK BENNY COP. 
JACK BENNY GARDEN. 
JACK BENNY GOLF. 
JACK BENNY LAB. 
JACK BENNY MEETING. 
JACK BENNY OPENING. 
JACK BENNY RAQUEL. 



SEE Odegaard, 



Bradley, Ryan, pseud 

Ruth E. 
Brady, Melvin David. 

THIS IS THE NEWS AT TEN. 
Brainerd , Grace . 
DEARIE. 
PAPA'S NOT IN THE MOOD. 

Brander, George R. 

TRIADS . 
Branham, D6nald. 

IT'S EASY. 

Brantner, Eva.. 

WOCHENEND IN MAI. (R) 

Brantner, Ignaz. 

WOCHENEND IN MAI. (R) 

Bratton, Karl H. 
THE SPIDER-WITCH. 

Brauch, Harry A. 
HER MAJESTY'S COW. 

Braude, Michael. 

THE GAME THAT HAS NO NAME. 

Braun, Wilbur. 

GHOSTLY EVENING. (R) 

RTLLBILLY SUE. (R) 

I'M IN THE ARMY NOW. (R) 

MISS SMARTY. (R) 

YOUTH AND UNCLE SAM. (R) 

Braun, Wilbur, pseud. SEE Reach, 
James. 

Brazier, William Park. 
THE GOLDEN EAR. 

Breeht, Bertolt. 

THE GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK. 

IM DICKICHT DER STADTE. (R) 

MANN 1ST MANN. (R) 

THE MOTHER. 

TROMMELN IN DER NACHT. (R) 

Breeht, Norman Thomas. 
ONE KNIGHT OUT. 
THE WESTERN BOUNTY HUNTER'. 

Breeht Weigel, Helene. SEE Weigel, 
Helene Breeht. 



Bredt, James. 
Bernard. 



SEE Pagenstecher, 



Brennan, William Edward. 
GRAVE-DANCE . 

Brent (Michael) Publications. 

THE CAT THAT WAS CALLED WILHELMINA. 

Breton, Andre. 

LES CHAMPS MAGNETIQUES . 

Brewer, Franklin. 

THE MASTERPIECE. (R) 

Bricaire, Jean-Jacques. 
LE GRAND ZEBRE. 



Bricker, George. 

CARMEN FROM KENOSHA. 



fRl 



Brlckley, Joseph. 

B. X. ROBBINS & FRIEND. 

Bridge, Brian Michael. 

A BETTER PLACE THAN DLDI . 



Bridge, Michael. 
Michael. 



SEE Bridge, Brian 



Bridie, James, pseud. SEE Mavor, 
Osborne Henry. 



Brill, Michael. 

EAST OF THE SUN AND WEST OF THE MOON. 

Brindel, June. 

AUTOMATION, KING OF MACHINES. 

Brinig, Myron. 

THE CIVILIZED ADULTS. 

Briskier, Arthur. 

CONFIDENTIAL INDIVIDUAL HEALTH 
HISTORY WITH SPECIFIC PERSONAL 
INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING ORGAN 
TRANSPLANTS AND FINAL DISPOSITIONS 
FOR POST-MORTEM AUTOPSIES. 

Bristol, Bill Joe. 
THE VAGABOND. 

British Broadcasting Corp. 

I'M SORRY, I'LL READ THAT AGAIN. 

Britten, Benjamin. 
PAUL BUNYAN. (R) 

Brittin, Janine R. 
THE CONQUEROR. 

Brit ton, Sherry. 

GEMS OF BURLESQUE. 

Broadcasting Services, Inc. Twenty 
Grand Music. 
BALLAD OF A GENTLEMAN. 
DRAPED IN THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE. 
MARY MIGHT NOT UNDERSTAND. 

Brockett, Don. SEE Brockett, 

R. Donald. 
Brockett, Joseph. 

MIDWAY. 

Brockett, R. Donald. 
PRETTY PLEASE. 

Brockman, Henrietta Drake-. SEE Drake- 
Brockman, Henrietta. 

Brod, Max. 

THE GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK. 

Broderiekj Ray. 
A BLUEBIRD. 

Brodkin, Joel M. 
THE PENAL COLONY. 

Brodsky, Isadore. 

MYELOPROLIFERATIVE DISEASES, 

DIAGNOSIS OF THE MYELOPROLIFERATIVE 
DISORDERS . 

Bronowskij J. 

THE FACE OF VIOLENCE. 
Brottsortj George Adam. 

ARMGRIP FIRING OF AUTOMATIC WEAPONS 
WITH THE BRONSON STOCK AND STRING - 
FIRE METHOD. 

Brooks, Howard. 

THE VERY BEGINNING. 

Brophy, Brigid. 
THE BURGLAR. 

Brother Pub. Co. 
FREEWAY SONG. 

Brower, Jay. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS. 

Brown, Dean E. 

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY. 
Browrt 3 Judson Brooks. 

SO FAR SO FAST. 

Brown, Kent Randall. 
CALL ME HARRIET. 

Brown, Marian Courtney. 
YO-YOS. 

Brown, Robert M. 

MY MOTHER IS AFTER MY HUSBAND. 

Brown, Sonia. 

THE LITTLE HAND SO OBSTINATE. 
THE PARK. 

Brown, Svea. 

CHRISTMAS BELONGS TO CHRIST. 



CHRISTMAS BREAD. 
THE LIGHT. 

Brown, William F. 

KING LYNDON OF TAXALOT. 

Browne, E. Martin. 

THE MYSTERIES. 
Browning, Robert. 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN . 

Buchen, Margaret W. 

I'M NOT AFRAID OF FRIDAY. 

Buck, Glover N., Jr. 
WHAT GOOD ARE TEARS. 

Buck, Raymond J., Jr. 

DARK HORSE. 
Budbill, David. 

KNUCKLEHEAD RIDES AGAIN. 
BUdde, Erich G. 

DRAUSSEN VOR DER TUR. 

Buddha's Universal Foundation, San 
Francisco. 
AMITABHA'S MIRACLE. 
AMITABHA'S RICH UNCLE. 

Buddha's Universal Foundation, San 
Francisco. Buddha's Universal 
Church. Research Council. 
AMITABHA'S MIRACLE. 

AMITABHA'S RICH UNCLE. 

Buchner, Georg. 
WOYZECK. 

Buell, Helen. 

THE BOOK WITH THE HIGH I.Q. 
Buero Vallejo, Antonio. 

EL TRAGALUZ. 

BUlatovic, Miodrag. 
IL EST ARRIVE. 

Bulgakow, Michail. 
MOLIERE . 

Bullard, Richard W. 

LADYBIRD AS PRESIDENT. 

Bullins, Ed. 
THE HELPER. 

Burnett, Murray. 

EVERBODY COMES TO RICK'S. (R) 

Burns, Betty Irene. 

THE FLYING LEVIATHAN. 

Burns, Joel A. 
THE ELECTED. 
INVENTOR ANONYMOUS. 

Burns, Joellyn. 

INVENTOR ANONYMOUS. 

Burt, Barbara. 

UGLY FACED WOMAN. 

Busch, Wilhelm. 
MAX UND MORITZ'. 

Buscher, Ernst. 
PROMETHEUS . 

Bush, Josef. 
SONG. 
THE STORY OF FREDDI AND AUNTIE ROSE. 

Bush-Fekete, Leslie. 
HER OPPOSITE NUMBER. 

Bush-Fekete, Mary. 

HER OPPOSITE NUMBER. 

Bustard, Miss Noel Hamilton. 

SO EARLY IN THE MORNING. 
Butler, Jean R. 

YOUNG APRIL. (R) 

Butler, Robert Olen. 
AUBADE. 
WARM NOVEMBER. 

Butt, Oulda White. 

A ROAD I DO NOT KNOW. 






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Buttaci, Sal St. John. SEE Buttaci, 
Salvatore . 



Buttaci, Salvatore. 
FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE, 



s;s3::rv. 



Byrne, John M. 

IN TWENTY WORDS OR LESS. 

Byrnes, Jimmy. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS. 



SEE Schwartz, 



Byron, Alex, pseud. 
Alex. 

Byron, George Gordon. 
0, JUAN. 



Cable, Edison. 

THE HOBBY OF THE 9"*TH STREET WEST. 

Cabrera, Jose Antonio Gutierrez. 

EL VELORIO DEL CHE GUEVARA. 
Cacavas, John. 

ALADDIN AND THE MAGIC LAMP. 

Cactus Tom Enterprises, Inc. 
CACTUS MEETS WHIMSY. 

Cadwallader, John Reece. 

PHYSIOLOGY EVIDENCE OUTLINES AND 
EXAMPLES . 

Cahan, Yaakov. 

TO WAKE THE KING. 

Cahill, James. 

DAN DESTRY'S DILEMMA'. 

Caine, Milton A. 

THE BOYS NEXT DOOR. 

THREE IN THE AFTERNOON. 
Caldwell, Erskine. 

GIVE A VIVA. (R) 
Caldwell, Mike. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS. 

Call, Velva L. 
PENROD. 

Callen, Barbara. 

THE STILLNESS WITHIN ACTION. 

Camoletti, Marc. 
L' AMOUR PROPRE. 

Camp, James Edwin. 
MLLTIE AND SAL. 

Campbell, John. 
IT'S EASY. 

Campbell, Mary. 

THE MONKEES, AUSTRALIA BOUND. 

Campbell, Silver, Cosby Corp. 

THE BILL COSBY RADIO PROGRAM. 
Cannon, Fanny Venable . 

PLAYING FAIR. (R) 

Canterbury, Elsie. 
THE PLANTING PARTY. 

Caparros, Raymond J. 

MR. LINCOLN, MR. SANDBURG. 

Capek, Karel. 

THE MAKROPOULOS SECRET. 

Capital Cities Broadcasting Corp. 
[FIRST NATIONAL RADIO MUSIC TEST] 

Caput i, Anthony. 

BAROQUE AND RESTORATION THEATER. 

CLASSICAL GREECE. 

THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. 

THE RENAISSANCE. 

ROMANTICISM AND REALISM. 

ROME AND THE MIDDLE AGES. 

Carey, Josie, pseud. SEE Massucci, 
Josephine. 



Carey, Ron. 

THE SLIGHTLY IRREVERENT COMEDY OF 
RON CAREY. 
Carleson, Margery. 

MIRIAM. 

Carlisle, Kitty. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE. (R) 
Carpenter, Francis B. 

THE STORY OF A PICTURE. 

Carpenter. John. 
DEAR DAD. 

Carr, Charles M. 
WHY BE FENCED IN. 

Carr, Elly, pseud. SEE Rakowitz, 
Eleanor . 
Carr, Irene Archer. 

THE GOLDEN EGG. 

Carre, Fabrice. 

THE MASKED BALL. (R) 

Carriere, Albert. 

A VERY GRAMMATICAL FAMILY. (R) 

Carrol, Saint, pseud. SEE Rasin, 
Carrie. 

Carroll, Claire. 

EVIL UNDER THE STARS. 

Carroll, John. 

THE BAKER'S DOZEN. 

Carroll, Thomas E. 

EVIL UNDER THE STARS. 

Carsey, Keith. 
SPLINTERS . 

Carson, Fred. 

KING OF THE WILD BAD LANDS. 
Carson, Julia Brainard. 

HUSBAND FOR MAG. (R) 

Carson, Robert E. 
AN AMERICAN LYRIC. 

Carter, Arthur P. 

AND WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR YOUR 
COUNTRY LATELY. 

Carter, Beatrix. 
FLIGHT INTO EGYPT. 

Carter, Gerald Clay. 

MY BODY YOU MAY GAIN, MY MIND I WILL 
CONTROL. 

Carter, Jerry. SEE Carter, Gerald 
Clay. 

Carter, Lonnie. 
HOLZMANN. 

Carter, Randolph. 
TEXAS STEER. (R) 

Carter, Victoria Ethelberta. 
A MAN FOR THE AGES, ABRAHAM 
LINCOLN. 

Cartledge, Thomas Marshall. 
THE BEST BIRTHDAY. 

Caruso, Joseph, Jr. 

ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN. 

Carvalho, Claire. SEE Weiller, Claire 
Carvalho. 

Cary, Morland, pseud. SEE Nevill, 
Hugh. 

Case (J. I.) Co. 

CLOSEUP ON CLOSING. 

FOLLOW -THROUGH. 

IDEAS, KEY TO CREATIVE SELLING. 

955 SELF-PROPELLED WINDROWER. 
1155 SELF-PROPELLED WINDROWER. 
PHILOSOPHY OF SUCCESS. 
WINDROWER ' FILMSTRIP. 

Case, William Richard. 

I THOUGHT YOU'D NEVER ASK. 



Casey, Victoria A. 

DARK HORSE FROM ILLINOIS. 

Casona, Alejandro. 

EL CABALLERO DE LAS ESPUELAS DE 0R0. 

Casona, Alejandro, pseud. SEE 
Alvarez, Alejandro Rodriquez. 
Castle, Jeanne. 
JOEY'S LETTER. 

JOEY'S PRAYER. 

Castleman, Owens B. 

RED CLOUD'S FAREWELL TO HIS TRIBE. 

Cauley, Harry. 

THE PAISLEY CONVERTIBLE. 

Cavander, Kenneth. 
BACCHAE. 

Caven, Michael H. 
FATHERHOOD . 

Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc. 
JENNY LOVE. 

Centron Corp., Inc. 
ME, JIM DANDY. 

Ceravolo, William. 

SCIENCE IN CAMPING. 
Chabrey, Robert. 

THE TWENTY FIFTH FRAME. 

Chace, James. 

AN AMERICAN GIRL. 

Chamblain de Marlvaux, Pierre Carlet de 
SEE Marivaux, Pierre Carlet de Cham- 
blain de. 

Chandler, Jerry T. 

MRS. HURLEY THE SPINSTER. 

Chandler, Norbert F. 

THE CLIENT. 

Chapman, Steven Alan. 
GRIF AND THE UNICORN. 

Chapman, Tedwell. 

BEDLAM IN SLEEPY HOLLOW. 

MANHATTAN SILHOUETTE. 
Chappell & Co. , Inc. 

ALADDIN AND THE MAGIC LAMP. 

GULLIVER. 

Charles, Keith. 
THE DOORMAN. 

Charles, Nancy Ford. 

NOW IS THE TIME FOR ALL GOOD MEN. 

Chase, Lucy. SEE Stephenson, Lucy 
Chase. 

Chase, Merlin. 

STOP, LOOK, LISTEN, AND TOUCH. 

Chekhov, Anton. 

TWO FOOLS WHO GAINED A MEASURE OF 
WISDOM. 
Cherie MUsic . 

A LONELY LITTLE MAN. 

Chester, Alvin M. 

DEATH OF ALEXANDER. 
Chester (J. & W. ) Ltd. 

CASTAWAY. 

THE DECISION. 
Chevis Music, Inc. 

THE STROKE. 

Chevrolet Division, General Motors 
Corp. SEE General Motors Corp. 
Chevrolet Division. 

Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp. SEE General Motors Corp. 
Chevrolet Motor Division. 

Chew, Elizabeth. 

SOMETHING OUT OF NOTHING, ARTS S: 
CRAFTS PROJECTS. 

Chia, Jack T. 

THE ASSETS OF AN EGG. 



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WHAT CONFUCIUS DIDN'T SAY. 

Chicago. University. 
FOUR COMEDIES. 
FOUR TRAGEDIES. 

Chiesa, Mary Tibaldi. 
MACBETH. (R) 

Children's Theatre Press. 

ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP. (R) 

DANIEL BOONE. (R) 

FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS. (R) 

Chipman, Myra, pseud. SEE Chipman, 
Nettie H. 

Chipman, Nettie H. 

OLD WHITE HAT. (R) 
Chitwood, Joe. 

MY LAST TOUR. 
Chodorov, Jerome . 

MY SISTER EILEEN. (R) 
Chomitzky, Vsevolod. SEE Homitzky, 
Vsevolod. 

Chomont, Kenneth L. 
0, JUAN. 

Chorpenning, Charlotte B. 
CINDERELLA. fRl 

Christ, Charlotte. 
TOM & GILDA. 

Christ, Countess. SEE Christ, 
Charlotte. 

Christain, Clifford, pseud. SEE 
Schwoy, Bruce C . 

Christen, Edna M. 
TWO BROKEN HEARTS. 

Citrin, Phillip. 

THE STEADFAST TIN SOLDIER. 

Citron, Samuel J. 

THE GOLDEN SLIPPERS. 
TO WAKE THE KING. 

Clark, Carl. 
THE FIREPLACE. 

Clark, James William, Jr. 
ALAS GOOD FRIDAY. 

Clark, Janet Elsie. 

SINNERS EXPRESS. (R) 
Clark, Joseph William. 

UP YOUR ASSETS. 

Clark, Ronald. 

DAVID FRYE HITS WASHINGTON. 

Clarke, Boomer, pseud. SEE Castleman, 
Owens B. 

Clarke, Violet. 
LOTS OF GRANDMA. 

Classic Text Tapes. 

MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY. 
TALE OF TWO CITIES. 

Classroom Materials Co. 

THE VERB TO BE. 

THE VERB TO DO. 

THE VERB TO GO. 

THE VERB TO HAVE. 

THE VERB TO SAY. 

THE VERB TO SEE. 
Clemens, Samuel Langhorrte. 

ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN. 

Clements, Colin. 

MORALITY CLAUSE. (R) 

Clements, Florence Ryerson. 
MORALITY CLAUSE. (R) 

Cleveland, James. 
LORD, DO IT FOR ME. 

Clifford, John. 
ME, JIM DANDY. 



Clift, Jeannette. 

IBID. 
Clinton, Craig D. 

A LAMENTABLE DISPOSITION. 

Clisbee, Margery Flo. 

UNCLE WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU. 
Clogg, Mitchell D. 
JOSH & JILL. 

Coca-Cola Co. 

IT'S STILL A MATTER OF DEGREES. 
THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES. (R) 

Coeteau, Jean. 
OEDIPE. 

Cohen, Harry Arthur. SEE Kagan, 
Harry Arthur. 

Cohen, Leonard. 

SONG. 
Cohen, Paul, pseud. SEE White, Paul 
Cohen. 

Cohen, Robert Carl. 
IMAGE. 

Cohen, Walter. 

THE OVER TWENTY-EIGHT CLUB. 

Co lane ri, James E. 

WHO'S THE FOX, WHO'S THE HUNTER. 

Cole, Hugo. 
JONAH. 

Cole, Ruth Haggin. 
JOANNA . 

Colette. 

CHERI AND THE LAST OF CHERI. 

Collins, Margaret J. 
THE HUB. 

Collins, William Thomas. 
THE SILENT TOWER. 

Collodi, Carlo. 
PINOCCHIO. 

Colson, C. David. 

DOES ANYBODY WANT TO BUY A HYMNAL. 

Colton, Edward E. 

MOLLIE O'SHAUGHNESSY. (R) 

Colyer, Lenny. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS. 

Comeau, Arthur Mahlon. 
TALKING PETS. 

Comeau, Bill. 

FOR THE YOUNG LOVERS. 

ROMEO AND JULIE. 

THE UNMIXABLES. 
Comeau, Bill. SEE Comeau, Arthur 

Mahlon. 

Comora, George, pseud. SEE Dratler, 
Jay. 

Compton, Juleen. 
THE MARRIAGE. 

Con, Elsa Henriette. 
JUST PUSH THE BUTTON. 

Cone, Robert J. 

A SENSE OF HISTORY. 

Conklin, Alta S. 

THE SPRING THAT ALMOST WASN'T. 

Conn Corp. 

SCRIPT FOR CONNQUIZ RECORD. 

Conrad, Charles J. 

ACADEMIC FREEDOM. 
Conrad, Joseph. 

THE SECRET SHARER. 

Constanduros, Mabel. 

AND SO THEY WERE MARRIED. (R) 

GOOSE CHASE. (R) 

LIFE AND SOUL OF THE PARTY. (R) 



SENTIMENTAL LADIES. (R) 
SHADOW PASSES. (R) 

Constanduros, Michael. 

AND SO THEY WERE MARRIED. (R) 
GOOSE CHASE. (R) 
LIFE AND SOUL OF THE PARTY. (R) 
SENTIMENTAL LADIES. (R) 
SHADOW PASSES. (R) 

Conte, Louis. 
OH MY MINNIE. 

Conway, Walter H. 
PROFILES IN BLACK. 

Cook, C. James. 

DRAKE IN THE PACIFIC. 
Cook, Charles C. 

CINDERELLA AND THE PLASTIC SHOE. 

Cook, Curt. SEE Cook, Charles C. 
Cook, Edgar A. 

THE JOYFUL MYSTERY. 

Cook (Ken) Co. 

BLUEPRINT READING. 

Cook-, Richard.. 

CHARLIE BOY. 
Cooper, Giles. 

EVERYTHING IN THE GARDEN. 

Cooper, Harold Heaton. 

MR. LINCOLN & GENERAL LEE HAVE A 
TALK. 
Cooper 3 Margaret. 

FLIGHT TO THE WEST. (R) 
Cooper, Max Q. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS. 

Cooper, Pat. 
LOVE & FAMILY. 
NO SMOKING PLEASE. 
PUERTO RICO HOLIDAY. 
TURKEY TIME ETHIOPIANS. 

Coopersmith, Harry. 

TO WAKE THE KING. 
Copartij Peter. 

COPANI PLAYS. 

YAH, FUCK IT AND CYCLE. 

Copi, pseud. SEE Damonte, Raoul. 
Corbeil, Michel. 
RATS. 

Corbin, Cora Katherine. 
PATHWAY TO LIBERTY. 



Corbln, Katherine. 
Cora Katherine. 



SEE Corbin, 



Corbln, Mrs. Olney M. SEE Corbin, 
Cora Katherine. 

Corday, S. Michael. 

THE RETURN OF THE SNAKE. 
Cordell, Alexander. 

THE BRIGHT CANTONESE. 

Cornell University. 

SEVEN COMEDIES BY MARIVAUX. 
Cornick, Martha. 

FOREVER WOMAN. 

Coronet Instructional Films. 

AEROSPACE. 

AMERICAN INDIAN LEGENDS. 

JUST SO STORIES. 

LET'S LISTEN. 

THE LITTLE SHEPHERD; 'TWAS THE NIGHT 
BEFORE CHRISTMAS; THE ANIMALS' 
FIRST CHRISTMAS; DICKENS' CHRIST- 
MAS CAROL. 

SEEING GREAT BRITAIN. 

SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS. 

WHY WE STUDY IT; ORIGINS OF THE GODS; 
THE OLYMPIC GODS, PT.l. 



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Corrigan, Robert W. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN CENTRAL 

EUROPEAN THEATRE. 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN ENGLISH 

THEATRE. 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN FRENCH 

THEATRE . 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN GERMAN 

THEATRE . 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN IRISH 

THEATRE. 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN ITALIAN 

THEATRE . 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN RUSSIAN 

THEATRE . 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN 

SCANDINAVIAN THEATRE. 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN SPANISH 

THEATRE . 

Corry, Rosemary Farmer. 

CINDERELLA AND THE PLASTIC SHOE. 

Corso, Gregory. 

PARDON ME, SIR, BUT IS MY EYE 
HURTING YOUR ELBOW. 

Cosby, William H. , Jr. 

THE BILL COSBY RADIO PROGRAM. 

Cosentino, Hick. 

A VERY SPECIAL DAY. 

Cosgrave, John E. III. 
THE PUBLIC FACE. 

Cosmatos, George Pan. 
BLACK SAILS. 

Cottington, Hazel L. 

CHANTING OF THE NEGROES. 
MY BUNKER BUDDY. 

Couch, Merle Eugene. 
WAKE UP AMERICA. 

Coudert, Jo. 

HOW TO STOP SMOKING IN THE SELF- 
HEALTH SERIES. 
Cougar Pub. Co. 
DO WHAT YOU WANT. 

Courtney, Marian. SEE Brown, Marian 
Courtney. 

Covlno, Salvatore T. 
WE AND THE LAW. 

Cowan, Lester. _ 
SHE LOVES ME. 

Cowen, Ron. 

SUMMERTREE . 
Cox, Samuel H. 

EASTER PROGRAM BUILDER, NUMBER 12. 
Cox & Tanz. 

PHILADELPHIA-CAMDEN METRO CHEVROLET 
DEALERS 41 CLUB. 

Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency. 
BECKER & BURNS. 
LAFFERTY CHEVROLET. 

Coy, Dianne. 

A HANDFUL OF DUST. 
SAWDUST IN HER SHOES. 



Coyle, William. 

SIX EARLY AMERICAN PLAYS: 17S 



-1890. 



Crabbe, Bobbin Gay. 

SIMPLE SIMON AND SEVERAL FRIENDS. 



SEE Crabbe, 



Crabbe, Mrs. John C. 
Bobbin Gay. 



Craig, Dorothy J. 

BLENDS AND DIGRAPHS. 

CLASSIFICATION - OPPOSITES - SEQUENCE. 

INITIAL AND FINAL CONSONANTS. 

READING - WRITING READINESS. 

VOWELS . 

Craig, Myrtle C. 

THE NEWSPAPER IN THE CLASSROOM: ELE- 
MENTARY OR MIDDLE SCHOOL. 



Crandall, Irene Jean. 
GREAT MAN. (R) 

Crandall, Norma. 

AN EVENING WITH THE BRONTES. 

Crane, Adam. SEE Crane, Richard C. 
Crane, Milton. 

HENRY VI, PART THREE. 

Crane, Richard C. 

I CAN NO LONGER STAY WITH YOU. 

Crawford, Mrs. A. B. 

NEIGH! NEIGH! 
Cray, Homer. 

FAMILY HONEYMOON. (R) 
Crean, Robert. 

THE GREAT AMERICAN HANG-UP. 

Crennan, John. 

HARRY'S NIGHT OUT. 

Cresap, McCormick & Paget. 
TRACC. 

Crommelynck,. Fernand. 

THEATRE I. 
Cronin, A. J. 

JUPITER LAUGHS. (R) 

Cross, Gustav. 

THE TRAGEDY OF TITUS ANDRONICUS. 
Cruse, Howard R. 

VISITATION IN Bj(F. 

Cryer, Gretchen. 

NOW IS THE TIME FOR ALL GOOD MEN. 

Cullen, Alan. 

THE BEEPLE. 
Cullum, Albert. 

SHAKE HANDS WITH SHAKESPEARE. 

Culp, Robert L. 
THE PERFORMER. 
REVELATION. 

Cummings, E. E. 

THREE PLAYS AND A BALLET. 
Cummings, Marion Morehouse. 

THREE PLAYS AND A BALLET. 
Cunningham, H. W. 

LADYBUG'S GARDEN. 

Cunningham, Scott. 

A TRIBUTE TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING. 
Curtis, King, pseud. SEE Ousley, 
Curtis . 

Curtis, Mattie Lamb. 

DON'T TAKE IT LYING DOWN. 

Curti s , Norman . 

WALK DOWN MY STREET. 

Curtis, Patricia Taylor. 
WALK DOWN MY STREET. 

Curven, Al. 
MARTY. 

Cutler, Marion. 

THE S. S. MERRYMAID. 

Czolowski, Tadeusz A. J. E. 
THE INHERITOR. 



D 



Dake, Leland E. 

TRACC. 
D 1 Albert! , Sarah. 
AMINTA . 

Dale, Alan. SEE Sigismondi, Aldo. 



Damaser, Harvey G. 

SIX EARLY AMERICAN PLAYS: 



17 s 



D'Ambruoso, Raphael Ralph, Jr. 
MILTIE AND SAL. 

Damonte, Raoul. 

LA JOURNEE D'UNE REVEUSE. 

D'Andrea, Paul Philip. 
THESE FRENCH. 



D'Angelo, Joe Bill. 
A LONELY LITTLE MAN. 

Daniels, Mrs. 

THE INQUISITIVE FANTASY. 

Daniels, Guy. 

THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF VLADIMIR 
MAYAKOVSKY . 

Daniels, Michael. 
THE DREAMER. 

Daniels, Stanley Z. 

SEX, EXPLAINED FOR CHILDREN. 

Dannon Milk Products. 
BRIDGE-CERTIFICATE . 

Danska, Herbert. 
FUNNIN' . 

Dante, Nikolas, pseud. SEE Morales, 
Ronald . 

Danyluk, John M. 

THE STEADFAST TIN SOLDIER. 
Danyluk, Spook. SEE Danyluk, John M. 

Danziger, Jennifer A. 
CATCH A TIGER. 

D'arc, Johnny, pseud. SEE Sutten, 
Arthur Joseph. 

Daria, Cecilia Nash. 
PEGGY . 

DaRosa, Edward. 
CARNIVAL PARTY. 

Da Silva, Howard. 

THE AGELESS DIALOGUE. 

Davenport, Ethel. 

TRIBUTE TO DR. KING, FREE AT LAST. 

David, Allan A. 

CELEBRITY BILLIARDS. 

David, Benjamin. 
THE INVADER. 

David, Michael Robert. 
A COUPLE 0' CHARLEYS. 

Davidson, Carson. 

CIRCLE OF SWORDSMEN. 
NONE DO THERE EMBRACE. 

Davidson, Donald D. 

THE ATOM AND EVE. 
Davidson, George c. 

ANITA'S DANCE. 

Davidson, N. R., Jr. 
EL HA J J MALIK. 

Davidson, Sidney I., Jr. 
DIAMOND MINE. 

Da vies, Pearce. 

THE STRANGERS ON MY ROOF. 
Davis, A. 

CERIMA THE BEAUTIFUL. 
Davis, Allen, III. 

LAUGHTER FILLED THE EMPTY ROOM. 

Davis , Don . 

SEE THE MAN DIE. 
Davis, Donald. 

FAMILY HONEYMOON. (R) 

INDIAN SUMMER. (R) 

Davis, Edward. 

NO FOR AN ANSWER. (R) 
Davis i Josephine. 

NO FOR AN ANSWER. (R) 

Davis, Kevin Robert. 
THE HOAX. 

Davis, Margaret E. 

MY FAIR LADY GOES WEST. 
Davis, Marvin. 

WHEN THE CHILDREN TAKE OVER. 
Davis, Nathan. 

SAMULUS CAESAR. 
Davis, Owen. 

FAMILY HONEYMOON. (R ) 



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INDIAN SUMMER. (R) 

Davis, Ronald. 

THE SEVEN TOWERS OF JERICHO. 

Davison, William. 

A TRAGIC PRESIDENT. 

Dawson, David J. 
CAESAR AMERICANUS. 
THE OBJECTOR. 

Dawson, Mitchell i 
GREAT MAN. (R) 

Day, Stacey B. 
THE MUSIC BOX. 

Dayan, Tama Sarina. 
JOSHUA THE REBEL. 

Dean & Ferol Songcrafters. 
RAGGEDY ANN. 

Dearing, Zek. 

TIME OF ENDLESS PEACE. 

De Balfour, Geoffrey P. 
SHALOM. 

De Blanc, Lee Michel. 
JOHNNY SEMOLINA. 

De Blasis, James M. 
THE SLEEPING BEAUTY. 

DeBold, Richard. 
BUTTON. BUTTON. 

Decaux, Alain. 

THE BUNKER. 
Decker, Danise. 

150 MACDOUGAL. 

Decker, Hermine Duthie. 
ESTHER SHORT. 

DeCozio, Michael J. 
THE GOLDEN EAR. 

T"l a p "P& t S I 1 

ONE MORE °WALTZ WITH MOLLY O'FLYNN. 

De Grazia, Edward. 
MYRTILUS . 

Dehn, Paul. 
CASTAWAY. 

De Kermoal, Yves. SEE Kermoal, Yves de. 

De la Hera, Juan Lopez. SEE Hera, 
Juan Lopez de la . 

De Lathelier, Fulbert. SEE Lathelier, 
Fulbert de. 

Deleglise, Oscar. 

DIE PHANTASIE KANN ALLES. 

Dell, Carmen, pseud. SEE Del Sesto, 
Salvatore. 

Dell Pub. Co., Inc. 
IDYLLS OF THE KING. 
OEDIPE . 
TITUS ANDRONICUS. 

Dellecker, Ronald. 
THE BAKER'S DOZEN. 

Del Sesto, Salvatore. 
HOW DID IT HAPPEN. 

Deltheil, Michel. 
LES BULLES. 

De Magnin, Hermine. 

[FIVE FRENCH PLAYS FOR CHILDREN] 

Demers, Gerald. 

BALLAD OF A GENTLEMAN. 

De Montherlant, Henri. SEE Monther- 

lant, Henri de. 
Dempsey, Richard Allen. 

CHANGE AND RESISTANCE TO CHANGE. 

Denham, Mary Or.r. 
MINOR MURDER. 



Denham, Reginald. 

LADIES IN RETIREMENT. (R) 
MINOR MURDER. 

Denn Productions, Inc. 
RIDE THE WILD WIND. 

Denoel, Editions. 
MACBIRD. 

Dento-Medical Tapes, Inc. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY. 

De Reeder, Katharine. 

THE INQUISITIVE FANTASY. 

De Reeder, Mrs. Pierre. SEE De Reeder, 
Katharine. 

De Reeder, Pierre S. 

THE INQUISITIVE FANTASY. 

De Roo, Edward John. 
DARLING I AM GROWING. 

Dery, Tibor. 

MONSIEUR G.A. A X. 
De Shazo, Elmer Anthony. 

THE INTER-AMERICAN PEACE COMMITTEE: 
ORIGIN, DEVELOPMENT AND ACTIVITIES. 

De Strett, Jean. SEE Strett, Jean de. 

Devany, Edward Heath. 
JUST ACROSS THE STREET. 
TOWARD THE RIVER OF RETURN, LINCOLN 
1861-1862. 
Devine, Jerry. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

De Vito, Ron. 

THE SLIGHTLY IRREVERENT COMEDY OF 
RON CAREY. 

Devon, Martin J. 
MAN'S REACH. (R) 

Devos, Raymond. 
EXTRA -MUROS . 

SEE Wiechert, 



De Vry, Guy, pseud. 
Erwin. 

Dewey, Priscilla B. 
TWO IF BY SEA. 

Dexter, Paul. 
PARTNERS. 
A THIEF AT HEART. 

Diack, J. Michael. 

BASTIEN AND BASTIENNE. (R) 

Diack, Michael. 

BASTIEN AND BASTIENNE. (R) 



SEE Davidson, 



Diamond, Dave, pseud. 
Sidney I., Jr. 

Diamond, David. 

THE GOLDEN SLIPPERS. 

Dias, Earl J. 

NEW COMEDIES FOR TEEN-AGERS. 

Di Battista, Frank, Jr. 

A STUDY IN BLACK AND WHITE. 

Dickens, Charles. 
A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 
TALE OF TWO CITIES. 

Dickerson, Beverly Ann. 
ON THE FRINGE OF HELL. 



Dickinson, Emily. 
EMILY. 

Dickson, Mrs. Robert E. 
Suzanne R. 

Dickson, Suzanne R. 
PATHWAY TO LIBERTY. 

Diercks, Connie. 
WHY, MOMMY, WHY. 

Dietrich, Clair M. 
KNITTING MACHINES. 



SEE Dickson, 



Dietz, M. Loretta. 

ECHO FROM TWO RIVERS. 

Dietz, Norman D. 

FABLES & VAUDEVILLES 5= PLAYS. 

Dietz, Norman Donald. 

THE TOWN THAT WENT BOOM. 
Di Gangi, Louis A. 

A ROOKING IN A ROOKERY. 

Di Gioia, Giuseppe. 
THE GREAT SOCIETY. 

Dilles, Jim. 

A GAME OF SOL. 

Dillon, Thomas Patrick. 

CLOUDS OVER INNISHEEN. (R) 

Di Lorenzo, Neil. 
THE ALLIGATOR PIT. 
PAULINA OF FLAVIUS. 
THE WHEEL OF IXION. 

DiMambro, Michael Joseph. 

GOLDEN HAIR IS MARRIED. (R) 
Dinerman, Barry. 

THE SIMPLE ART OF SUBSTITUTION. 
Dinnes, Nathan. 

SEVEN DAY LEAVE. 

Dinsmore, William B. 
THORWALD. (R) 

Director (Herman B. ) Assoc, Inc. 

THE VOYAGE OF THE MORNINGSTAR. 
Di Tosti, Ben. 
UP YOUR ASSETS. 

Dix, Marion. 

HAPPY HAVENS OF WILDLIFE, THE ZOOMING 
ZOOS OF AMERICA. 
Dixon, Janice Thorne. 

SKINNY HOPE. 

Dizenzo, Charles J. 

AN EVENING WITH MERLIN FINCH. 

Doddridge, Shelley. 
JOANNA . 

Dodds, Arthur E. 

THE MISUNDERSTANDING. 
Doddson, Ora. 

MODERN COUNTRY HOMES. 

Doebler, John. 

THE KNIGHT OF THE BURNING PESTLE. 
Doering, Richard S. 

HAS ANYONE HERE SEEN EARNEST. 

Donaldson, Molly, pseud. SEE Pollock, 
Muriel. 

Donenfeld, James. 
WHAT MAKES THE MAN. 

Doran, Marie. 

BOYS ARE SLIPPING. (R) 

Dorio, Evelyn. SEE Nicolais, Evelyn D. 

Dorn, Dean M. 

THE FOUNTAIN OF LOVE. 

Doty, Mary Belle. 

ECHO FROM TWO RIVERS. 

Douglas, Rodney Knaul. 

THE VOICE OF THE GHETTO. 
Downer , Alan S . 

TITUS ANDRONICUS. 

Downing, Daniel F. 

CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE. 
Doyle, Joseph Anthony. 

AND NOW THE DAWN. 



Doyle, Will Lee, pseud. 
Doyle, William A. 



SEE 



Doyle, William A. 

HEAVEN AND ITS WONDERS AND HELL. 

Dozer, David. 
INDIANGXVERS . 



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Drake, Thomas Y. 

THE CHANGING MAN. 
Drake-Brockman, Henrietta. 

BLISTER. (R) 

Dramatic Pub. Co. 

THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE. 
SONG IN THE WIND. 

Dratler, Jay. 

NO DOUBLE PARKING. 

Drew, Robert A. 

THE ACADEMY MAN. 
Drexler, Rosalyn. 

THE LINE OF LEAST EXISTENCE AND 

OTHER PLAYS. 
SKYWRITING. 

Drey, Walter. 

MY AUNT ALICE-. (R) 

Driver, Donald Lee. 
YOUR OWN THING. 

Drury, Rose. 

THE SQUEAL OP THE SQUEAK. 

Dry den, John. 
FOUR COMEDIES. 
FOUR TRAGEDIES. 

Duberman, Martin. 

METAPHORS. 
DuBroff, Leonore Berg. 

CORN PONE. 

Dudley, Bronson. 
THE PIANO TUNER. 

Dugan, William Francis. 
FRENCHY. (R) 

Dulchln, Edwin Roy. 
DRACULA. 

Dull, Lloyd W. 

CHRISTMAS CANDLES. 

Dumas, Mildred. 

THE POWER OF MY WILL. 
Du Maurier, George. 
OH, MR. SVENGALI! 

PETER IBBETSON. 



E 



NO, MR. SVENGALI. 



Dumdei, Mrs. Leo. 

ASSURANCE OF PARDON. 

Duncan, Ronald. 

ABELARD Sc HELOISE. 

Burden, Robert Talbot. 
KICK UP YOUR HEELS. 

Durer, C. S. 

THE CRAZY LOCOMOTIVE. 
THE WATER HEN. 

Durrett, Bobbye Russell. 

ADVENTURES OF KING ARTHUR AND THE 

ROUND TABLE. 
THE QUEST. 
SLEEPING BEAUTY. 
THE WILD SWANS. 

Durrett, Mrs. R. E., Jr. SEE Durrett, 
Bobbye Russell. 

Durston, David E. 

THE DEVIL MADE A LITTLE TOWN. 

Duthie, Hermine. SEE Decker, Hermine 
Duthie . 

Duvall, James R. 

RANCHERO, OH, RANCHERO. 

Dyal, Donald 0., pseud. SEE Smith, 
Thomas Erskine . 

Dychtwald, Yoram. 

A POEM FOR AN OLD MAN. 



Eager, Edward. 

SURE SIGN OF SPRING. 

Eager, Jane. 

SURE SIGN OF SPRING. 

Early Bird Music Pub. Co., Ltd. 
GERMAN MUSIC TEACHER. 
SHOT BE THE REDCOATS. 
East, Gertrude A. 

KNIT ONE--PURL TWO. (R) 
East publications j Inc. 

COLD FEET. 
Eastman Chemical products, inc. 
ANUNCIO HECHO CON UNA PLANCHA DE 

PLASTICO BUTIRATO TENITE. 
AUCH SIE SCHILDER AUS TENITE BUTYRAT/ 

PLATTEN. 
DISTRINPNETERI CON I FIGLI PLASTICI 
DI BUTIRRATO TENITE. 

Eastman Kodak Co. 

ANUNCIO HECHO CON UNA PLANCHA DE 
PLASTICO BUTIRATO TENITE. 

AUCH SIE SCHILDER AUS TENITE BUTYRAT/ 
PLATTEN. 

DISTRINPNETERI CON I FIGLI PLASTICI 
DI BUTIRRATO TENITE. 

Eaton, Mary Page. 
THE FUNERAL. 

Echols, Margit. 

THE WOODEN DAGGER. 

Echols, Randy. 

THE WOODEN DAGGER. 

Edgley, Leslie. 
IN TRANSIT. 

Edinberg, Ruth. 
RIP VAN WINKLE. 

Editions Bernard Grasset. SEE 
Grasset (Bernard) Editions. 



SEE Galllmard, 



Editions Gallimard. 
Editions. 

Education Unlimited Corp. 
AND MORE PHONICS. 
ELEMENTARY STUDY SKILLS. 
LIBRARY SKILLS. 
PHONICS I. 
SENTENCE SENSE. 

Educational Development Corp. 
DECODING FOR READING. 

Educational Research Associates.. 
LETTER WRITING FOR THE OFFICE. 

Edwards, Thomas Garner. 
PETER ONE. 

Egan, Raymond B. 

CHINOOK. (R) 
Egan, Raymond B. , Jr. 

CHINOOK. (R) 

Einbinder, Harvey. 
MAH NAME IS LYNDON. 

Einhorn, Abraham. 

AN ESKIMO NAMED JOE SIEGELMAN. 

Eirich, G.M.B.H., Theaterverlag. 
S' WIESENHENDL. 

Eldridge Pub. Co. 
COLOR ME FEMININE. 
THE PIRATE'S DIN. 

Eliasberg, Rose. 

PERFECT PATTERN FOR HAPPINESS. 

Eliot, T. S. 

NO LONGER AT EASE. 

Elliott, Stephen. 

SOMETHING TO LAUGH ABOUT. 

Ellipsis Music Corp. 
SEW WHAT'S NEW. 



Ellis, Edith. SEE Furness, Edith Ellis. 

Ellis, Lucy Perkins. 
THERE'S SOMETHING NEW. 

Ellstein, Sylvia Regan. 
ZELDA. 

Elmslie, Kenward . 
MISS JULIE. 

Emanuel Music Corp. 
THE LITTLEST ANGEL. 

Empringham, Douglas R. 
MODEL. 

Emr, Roland Jon. 
ERNIE'S STORY. 

Engar, Keith M. 
RENDEZVOUS. 

Engel, Lyle Kenyon. 
RICHARD BLADE. 

TIBER MARTIN- AQUANAUGHT: AMERICA'S 
NEW AND SECRET SILENT SERVICE SET 
UP TO EXPLORE, OPERATE, AND 
PATROL INNER SPACE. 

Engel, Mary. 
BETTY CRACKER. 
THE WEIGHT WATCHERS. 

England, Martha Winburn. 
OTHELLO . 

Engler, Margaret. 
PAS DE QUATRE. 
SAUCE FOR THE GANDER. 

Engler, Margot. SEE Engler, Margaret. 

Ensor, Sara L. 

THE BEST BIRTHDAY. 

Enters, Angna. 

MAMA'S ANGEL. (R) 

Ephron, Henry. 

I GIVETH AND GIVETH. 

Ephron, Phoebe. 

I GIVETH AND GIVETH. 

Erdos, Leslie L. 
THE RED PENCIL. 

Erhard, Thomas A. 

THE CATACLYSMIC LOVES OF COOPER AND 
LOOPER, AND THEIR FRIEND WHO WAS 
SQUASHED BY A MOVING VAN. 

Erickson, Carl Joseph. 

INTRODUCTION TO THE ROLE OF THE 
CONSONANTS AND THE PATTERN OF 
INTONATION . 

Erickson, Jane. 

MURDER IMPERATIVE. 

Erickson, Kenneth Charles. 
THE KING'S HIGHWAY. 

Erickson, Paul A. 

HET BELANG VAN EEN GEESTELIJKE 

LEVENSBESCHOUWING . 
LA VALEUR D'UNE OPTIQUE SPIRITUELLE. 
IL VALORE DI UN PUNTO DI VISTA 

SPLRITUALE . 
VOUS ET DIEU. 

Erwin, Susan Graham. SEE Williamson, 
Susan Graham Erwin. 

Erwin, Susan Graham, pseud. SEE 
Williamson, Mrs. Harold. 

Esposito-Torrigiani, Uceio. 
JEAN. 

Esquire, Inc. Coronet Instructional 
Films Division. SEE Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films. 

ES o^ e ,,? f Martl " Luther King, Jr. 
SEE King, Martin Luther, Jr , 
Estate of. 



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67 



Etcbeverry, Marian Hazard. 
THORWALD. (R) 

Ettinger, Sy Sol. 

A TIME NOT TO BE BORN. 

Euripides. 
BACCHAE. 

THE BACCHAE OF EURIPIDES. 

HAWK'S BROOD. 

Evans, Alison R. 
SCRIMSHAW. 

Evans , Edward Kinchley. 
DEATH IN XANADU. 

Evans, Robert Rees. 
SCRIMSHAW. 

Everest, John. SEE Ziniewicz, John. 

Everett, Ronald M. 
A LAMENT FOR SONNY. 



Fernandes, John. 

COMEDY MONOLOGS OF JOHN FERNANDES. 

Fernandez, Carmen Lara. 
COMO EDUCAR SUS HI JOS. 



Ewald, Carl. 

MY LITTLE BOY, 



MY BIG GIRL. 



Executape Systems, Inc. 
EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. 



Faber, Beatrice. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN, THE BOY. (R) 
Fabio, Sarah Webster. 

THE SAGE OF THE BLACK MAN. 

Fair, Ronald L. 

THE EMPEROR'S PARADE. 

Fairbanks (jerry) Productions of Cal- 
ifornia. 
THE BAMBOO SAUCER. 

Fales, Nancy. SEE Martin, Nancy 
Fales. 

Fall, Leo. 

JOYS OF YOUTH. (R) 

Falleder, Arnold. 

FOUR O'CLOCK CHILDREN. 

Farmelant, Annabelle. 
AN ACADEMIC FANTASY. 

Faro, Arline, pseud. SEE Faruolo, 
Arline . 

Faruolo, Arline. 

THE RENAISSANCE OF XURY WILKINS'. 

Fatseas, Betty. 
KIDDIE KINGDOM. 

Faulkner, Norma Jean. 

MARY MIGHT NOT UNDERSTAND. 



Favicchio, John. 

PATIENCE, PATIENCE, 

Feiler, Max Christian. 
DIE SECHSTE FRAU. 

Fekete, Leslie Bush- 
Leslie. 



WHERE IS THY KICK. 



SEE Bush-Fekete, 



Fekete, Mary Bush-. SEE Bush-Fekete, 
Mary. 

Felician, Joseph M., pseud. SEE 

Feliciano, Jose M. 
Feliciano, Jose M. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. 

Feltz, Kurt. 

DIE PERLE VON TOKAY. 

Fendrich, Shubert. 
THE PIPE IS LIT. 

Fergusson, Francis. 
TITUS ANDRONICUS. 

Ferlaine, John A. 

SHAKEDOWN FOR A KITCHEN SINK. 

Ferlita, Ernest, S.J. 
THE PROTEST. 



Gualtiero. 



Ferrari-Trecate , 
GHIRLINO. (R) 

Ferrari-Trecate, Luigi. 
GHIRLINO. (R) 

Ferri, Anthony R. 
A SPEECH. 

Ferris, Charles W. 
WHO'S IN CONTROL. 

Fessier, Michael. 
OLIVER HORTON. (R) 
THE TREE IN THE FOREST. (R) 

Fetchko, George Thomas. 

PINZO AND COLUMBO. 
Fetherston, Sarah C. 
CLOUDS OVER INNISHEEN. 

Feves, Gene Semenov. 

VALADAO'S SAND CASTLE. 

THE YEAR-AROUND BAZAAR. 
Feves, Mrs. Gene Semenov. 

THE YEAR-AROUND BAZAAR. 
FeydeaU, Georges. 

UN FIL A LA PATTE. 

LOVE ON THE RACK. 
Feyk, David E. 

CAR TREK. 



(R) 



Fieger, 
HYDE. 



aeline. 



Field (Jefferson) Productions. SEE 
Jefferson Field Productions. 

Field, Joseph A. 

MY SISTER EILEEN. (R) 

Fielding, Henry. 

A MUSICAL VERSION OF HENRY FIELDING'S 
TRAGEDY OF TRAGEDIES. 
Fields, Eugene. 

WYNKEN, BLYNKEN AND NOD IN NOOM. 

Fields, James W. 

A LONELY LITTLE MAN. 
Fields, Joseph. 
MY SISTER EILEEN. 
Filer, Pherbia. 

MY DARLING DAUGHTER. 

Filmex International, Inc. 
THE TRIP TO DEATH. 

Finch, Betty Smith. 

DESERT SHALL REJOICE. (R) 

SUMMER COMES TO THE DIAMOND 0. (R) 

Finch, Robert. 

DESERT SHALL REJOICE. (R) 

SUMMER COMES TO THE DIAMOND 0. (R) 

Finkler, Alec J. 
BOBBY'S CHRISTMAS. 

Fiorita, Daniel M. 
MY UNCLE ANTONIO. 

Firefly, pseud. SEE Zeese, Bertha B. 
Firmage, George J. 

THREE PLAYS AND A BALLET. 

Fisher, John. 

A DESPERATE CHOICE. 
Fisher, Margaret Trusler. 
FOREVER WOMAN. 

Fitzgerald, John David, Jr. 
IF IS A CROOKED LETTER. 

Fitzpatrick, Burgess W. 
RING THE BELL. 

Fitzpatrick, Lucy M. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 

Flagg, Mildred E. 

NEW FAMILY IN TOWN. 
Flavius, pseud. SEE Barnes, 

J. Howard K. 



Fleenor, Ann. 

WHY, MOMMY, WHY. 

Fleq, Edmond. 

MACBETH. (R) 
Flore s, Bernal. 

THE LAND OF HEART'S DESIRE. 

Flowers, James. 

THE MOST WANTED WOMAN. 

Floyd, Carlisle. 

THE SOJOURNER AND MOLLIE SINCLAIR. 

Flynn, Fletcher Richard. 

ONE DAMNED THING AFTER ANOTHER. 
Fogel, Julius. 

A LIGHT IN THE BLUE. 

Fohssarg, Alan, pseud. See Grasshoff, 

Alex. 
Foley, Edward Thomas. 

HE BELONGS TO THE AGES. 

Force, William M. 

ORESTES AND ELECTRA. 

Ford, Nancy. SEE Charles, Nancy Ford. 

Foreman, Gladys . 
THE SCHLEMIEL. 

Forest Lawn Memorial-Park Assn. 

HOLIDAY. 
Foreman., John vain<5. 

COMO EL RANCHERITO JUAN GANO LOS 
JUEGOS OLIMPICOS. 

Forsyth, James. 

CYRANO DE BERGERAC. 
Fort Vance Press. 

OUT OF THE DEPTHS. 
Fortress Press. 

ON THAT DAY. 

Foster, Gladys S. 
HAND IN HAND. 
THE TENNIS CLUB DANCE. 

Foster, Paul. 
TOM PAINE. 

Fouts, Tom C. 

WHAT IS AN AMERICAN. 

Fowler, Bubba. 
JENNY LOVE. 

Fowler, Clement. 

REPLACING THE WATER -FLY. 

Fox, J. P. 

THANKS FOR LISTENING. (R) 

Frakes, Jack. 

ONCE UPON A PLAYGROUND. 
Frank j Bruno. 

THE GOLDEN BEETLE. 

Fratti, Mario. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN ITALIAN 
THEATRE. 
Frazin, Julian. 

THE STEADFAST TIN SOLDIER. 
Freedman, Gerald. 

THE FESTIVAL SHAKESPEARE LOVE'S 
LABOR'S LOST. 

Freedman, Harris. 

A BLIND WOMAN SAW ME CRY. 
IS THAT A WAY TO DRESS. 
PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY. 
Freeman, C. Dink. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS. 

Freeman, Michael. 

LOVE AND OTHER BLOOD SPORTS. 

French (Samuel) Inc. 
BIG ANNIE. 

BOYS ARE SLIPPING. (R) 
THE CHRISTMAS COURIERS. 
THE MAN ON THE TOWER. 
A PARTRIDGE IN A PEAR TREE. 
QUICK ROMANCE. 



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French (Samuel) Inc. -Con. 

ROUGH DRAFT. 

A SHORT WALK AFTER DINNER. 

THE TRAVELLING SISTERS. 

TWENTY SHORT PLAYS ON A ROYALTY 
HOLIDAY . (R ) 

WHEN MEN ARE SCARCE. 

French (Samuel) Ltd. 

FLIGHT INTO EGYPT. 

GEORGE . 

NO SMOKE. 

NOT LIKE OTHER MEN. 
French & European Publications, Inc. 

LE MISANTHROPE. 

LE TARTUFFE". 

Fried, Elliot. 
EVERYMAN. 

Fried, Erich. 
ARDEN MUST DIE. 

Fried, Richard. 
LONELYHEARTS . 

Friedberg, Stanley L. 
THE TALES OF HOFFMAN. 

Friedman, Leah. 
CIRCUS . 
RACHEL. 

Friedrich, Richard P. 

WAR OF THE JUICES. 
Friel, Brian. 

LOVERS . 

Frieman, Mary R. 
ALMA MOORE. 

Friends of the Jewish Theatre for 

Children, Inc. 

THE GOLDEN SLIPPERS. 

TO WAKE THE KING. 
Friendship Press, Inc. 

DANGERFIELD NEWBY MOVES UPTOWN. 

Frye, Thomas Keith. 

THE MADNESS OF SANITY. 
Fuentes, Ernesto D. 

LA FIESTA. 



Fuentes, Mrs. Manuel S. 
Martha A. 



SEE Fuentes, 



Fuentes, Martha A. 

JUNY. 

LOS TRESCIENTOS. 
Fuller, Charles H. , Jr. 

THE LAYOUT LETTER. 
Fuller, Edmund. 

HENRY IV, PART ONE. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 

ROMEO AND JULIET. 

Fuller, Samuel. 
CAINE. 

Fullmer, Richard D. 

OH! GODMOTHER. 
Fulton, John. 

THE BAMBOO SAUCER. 

Furia, Carl. 

THE SLIGHTLY IRREVERENT COMEDY OF 
RON CAREY. 

Furness, Edith Ellis. 
THE MASKED BALL. (R) 
SOME CALL IT MADNESS. (R) 



G 



Gabel, Caroline D. 
THE BLACK DRAGON. 

Gabertovich, Helaine. SEE Stone, 
Helaine Gabertovich. 

Gabler, Carl. 

THE MAKROPOULOS SECRET. 



Gaddis, William Lewis, Jr. 

SOMEWHERE TO WEAR NOTHING. 
Gagliano, Frank. 

FATHER UXBRIDGE WANTS TO MARRY. 

Gagnier, Joseph C. 

MUSIC TO SKI GIRLS BYE. 

Galarno, William. 

KISS, CHILDREN, KISS. 
Gallimard, Editions. 

LA CUISINE. 

LA DEFAITE D'ANNIBAL. 

JEAN. 

TATA. 

THEATRE' I. 

LA VILLE A VOILE. 

LA VILLE DONT LE PRINCE EST UN 
ENFANT. 

Galling, Dennis Lee. 
DOWN COMES KITTY. 

Galvin, W. Randolph, Jr. 
THE DUNGEON. 

Gamble, Paul. 
RITE NOW. 

Gamble, Robert M. 

IN TWENTY-FIVE WORDS OR LESS. 

Gano, Norman. 

LIVING IN A TIME OF CHANGE. 

Garanei, Pietro. 

RINALDI AND ANGELICA. 

Garbin, Ronald Alexander. 
THE INDIAN RING. 

Garchik, Norma Sandra. 

THERE'S ALWAYS A FIRST TIME. 

Garcia, Gilbert. 

ENCOUNTER AT TWIN RIVERS. 

Garcia, Juan Lopez. SEE Lopez Garcia, 
Juan. 

Garden, Oddle, pseud. SEE Oddie, Bill. 

Gardner, Geoffrey Yvelin. 

THE RISE AND FALL OF MARMADUKE MORGAN. 

Garet, Michael Steven. 
THE CASTLE. 

Gargaro, William J., Jr. 
QUADRANGLE BASH. 

Garofalo, Carl C. 

THE SEVENTH STREET GANG. 

Garson, Barbara. 
MACBIRD. 

Garson, Matthew R., pseud. SEE 
Ignoffo, Matthew F., Jr. 

Gasbarra, Felix. 

THE GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK. 

Gaskin, Amos G. 

FREEDOM OF RELIGION IN AMERICA. 

Gassner, John. 

TRAGEDY, HISTORY AND ROMANCE. 

Gates, Crawford. 
RENDEZVOUS. 

Gaumont, Irving. 

I COULDA, I WOULDA, I SHOULDA. 
Gavin, Frederick Joseph. 
ALL GOD'S CHILDREN. 

Gay, James Paul. 

FROM THE WOMB OF THE MORNING. 

Gearheart, James. 
KINDLY DR. JOHN. 

Gehri, Alfred. 
AU SOLEIL D'OR. 

Geiselman, Richard A. 
GOOD COMMUNISTS. 



A SUMMARY CASE FOR BETTER TV VIEWING. 

Gel-lendre, Herbert v. 
TAPS. 

Geller, Stephen. 
THE ELECTRIC BOX. 

General Motors Corp. 
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS. 

General Motors Corp. Chevrolet Motor 
Division. 

BEAT THE POWER ROBBERS. 
BENEFITS OR IDEAS: CHEVY VAN VS 

68 1/2 ECONOLINE. 
HE WEARS MANY HATS & YOU CAN'T FLY BY 

THE SEAT OF YOUR PANTS. 
THE 1968 CHEVROLET DATA BOOK, YOUR 

ROUTE TO FULL-LINE SELLING. 
SELLING IS SELLING. 
THE TOUGHEST JOB. 
General Motors Corp. Oldsmobile 
Division. 
THE BONUS BABIES. 
MINDING THE STORE, OLDS STYLE. 
"SELL" THE WARRANTY TOO. 
ZERO IN. 

General Motors Corp. Pontiac Motor 
Division. 

ACTION ON SECOND AVENUE. 
FIREBIRD LEADS THE FIELD. 
NO SECOND-CLASS CITIZENS WHEN IT 

COMES TO OWNER RELATIONS. 
THE VALUE LEADER. 

WHY TEMPEST CUSTOM TOPS COMPETITION. 
A WINNER ALL THE WAY. 

George, Nathan. 

YES. 
George, Randall. 

RED LIGHTNING. 
Gerard, Martin Henri. 

CAMHJS KID. 

Gerber, Albert B. 

THE LADY IS NOT FOR KINSEY. 

Gerber, Mabel. 

COMPUTERIZED MUSIC APPRECIATION. 
COMPUTERIZED MUSIC APPRECIATION WITH 

MABEL GERBER. 
THE GERBER FOLLOW-UP SYSTEM. 

Gerber Products Co. 

THE TRIP OF P. A. 3679 THRU EQUIP- 
MENTLAND . 

Gergen, Kenneth J. 

MOTIVATION: FORCES IN ACTION. 
Gerould, Daniel C. 

THE CRAZY LOCOMOTIVE. 

THE WATER HEN. 

Gershwin, Ira. 

LADY IN THE DARK. (R) 

Gerstenberg, Alice. 

SOUND-EFFECTS MAN. (R) 

Gesner, Clark, pseud. SEE Gordon, John. 

Gessner, Richard A. 
PINOCCHIO. 

Ghedini, Giorgio Federico. 

LA PULCE D'ORO. (R) 
Gibbs, Barbara. SEE Golffing, Barbara 

Gibbs. 

Gibson, Elizabeth. 
WIDOW'S MITE. 



Gibson, Elizabeth. 

Elizabeth, pseud. 
Gibson, William. 

A CRY OF PLAYERS. 
Gide, Andre\ 
OEDIPE . 

Gierymski, Tadeusz. 
TANGO . 



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Gilbert. 

THIRTY MINUTES WITH THE PIRATES OF 
PENZANCE. (R) 

Gilbert, Edwin. 
BIG BOY BLUE. (R) 

Gilchrist, Marjorie A. SEE 
Terry, Marjorie A. 
Terry, Marjorie A. Gilchrist. 

Gilford, C. B. 
WIDOW'S MITE. 

Gilford, Charles Bernard. SEE 
Gregory, Elizabeth, pseud. 

Gillespie, Gilbert Abraham. 
HOLY OLD GOPHER PACE. 

Gilman, Doris. 

BIALIK, SWEET SINGER OF ISRAEL. 

AN INVITATION TO THE BANQUET FEAST OF 

THE MESSIAH. 
DER REBBE ELIMELECH. 

Gilman, Richard. 

THE LINE OF LEAST EXISTENCE AND 
OTHER PLAYS. 



Gilroy, Frank D. 

THAT SUMMER, THAT FALL 
ROCKAWAY. 



FAR 



Ginn & Co. Blaisdell Pub. Co. Division. 
SEE Blaisdell Pub. Co. 

Ginsberg, Bernard Matthew. 

A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND. 
Ginsberg, Milton Moses. 

HIGH FLYING BIRD MEETS THE FANGED 
AND POISONOUS GOLDEN WHIP SERPENT. 

Ginsburg, Helen Sloan. 
EXCEPT YE BECOME. 

Ginther, John R. 

READING ATTENUATED TEXT: A RESEARCH 
TOOL FOR THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENTIST. 

Giovanni, Paul. 

CHERI AND THE LAST OF CHERI. 
Giovanni, Sandro. 

RINALDI AND ANGELICA. 

Gipson, Woodie Lee, Jr. 
A GREAT SOLDIER BOY. 

Girard, R. Kenneth. 

CHANCES IN 12 STROKES. 

Giraudoux, Jean. 
INTERMEZZO. 

Giraudoux, Jean Pierre. 

THEATRE D' ARRIERE-GARDE. 
Girling, zoe. 

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART TWO. 

Gittler, Allan. 

PARACHUTE TO PARADISE. 

Givvirt, Lou. 
BIG ANNIE. 

Glass, Dudley. 
MASQUERADE . 

Glassberg, Leslie K. 

THE HOPPITY BUNNIES. 
Glen, Elizabeth Louise. 

HEAVEN'S WITHIN. 
Glynn, Jeanne Davis. 

SUNSHINE FOR THE QUEEN. 

Godes, T. Dawn. 

TUNA FISH COMMERCIAL. 

Goebert, William Earl. 

GRAND RE- OPENING. 
Goethe . 

WERTHER. 

Goetz, Denny P. 
THE DEATH OF H. 



BARROW . 



Goff, Madison L. 

THE FOUNTAIN OF LOVE. 



RIDDLE FOR MR. TWIDDLE'. (R) 

Goggan, John Patrick. 
THIS GENTLE GHOST. (R) 

Goggin, Richard Xavier. 
THE ANIMALS CHRISTMAS. 

Gold, Doris B. 

THE PROMISED LAND. 

Goldberg, Didian. 
WHAT MAKES THE MAN. 

Golden, Joseph. 
THE PREMIUM. 
WHAT ARE LITTLE GIRLS MADE OF. 

Goldenthal, Jolene Bleich. 

BUDDY, GOODBYE. 
Goldman, Edward M. 

BONTCHE SHWEIG. 

Goldman, Leo. 
HALF-LIGHT. 

Goldsmith, James. 

WINKY AND BULL IN NEW YORK. 

Goldstein, Hyman. 

THE DOCTOR SAID, SEX IS FOR EVERY- 
BODY. 

Goldstein, Stanley. 
SO I BIT HIM. 

Golffing, Barbara Gibbs. 
THE BEACH. 
LORELEI . 
THE POOL. 

Gollancz (Victor) Ltd. 
FIFTY ONE -ACT PLAYS. (R) 

Gondell, Harry. 

THE GREAT SARDONO. 

Gonzalez-Aller, Faustino. 
EL DELFIN. 

Goodjohn, Arlouine. SEE Wu, Arlouine 
Good John. 

Goodloe, Abble Carter. 
STORM OVER BERMUDA. (R) 

Goodloe, Carter. SEE Goodloe, Abbie 
Carter. 

Goodman, Carol. 
MARLOWE. 

Goodman, Robert E. 
IT'S MY TOWN. 

Goodpaster, Edwin W. 

COLLECTED SKITS N0.1. 
Goodrich, David L. 

MISS ALL-AMERICAN ROSE. 

Goodrich, Libbie. 
THE RIGHT TO WRONG. 

Goodson, Wilbur Chapman. 

BANK BY RADIO. 
Gordon, John. 

YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN. 
Gordon, Kurtz, pseud. SEE Kurtz, 

C. Gordon. 

Gordon, Stuart Alan. 

THE GAME SHOW. 
Gordon, Thomas Edward. 
THE GOLDEN DOLPHIN. 

Gore, J. Christopher. 

MARY. 
Gorman, Thomas R. 

5 MODERN ENGLISH PLAYS. 

Goslich, Maria. 
ALRAUNE. 

Goslich, Siegfried. 
ALRAUNE. 

Goun, Alex. 

SPELL OF HELL. 

Grabau, Mary Antin, Estate of. 
THE PROMISED LAND. 



Grabstald, Harry. 
GOOD OLD ALVIN. 

Grahame, Kenneth. 

THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS. 

Grainger Music. 

MISS GOODY TWO-SHOES. 

Grande, Albert. 
THE DIRECTOR. 

Granick, Harry. 

THE HELLS OF DANTE. 
PROMENADE AND AROUND WE GO. 

Grant, William. 

AT WHITLEY FIFTH AVENUE. 

Grasset, Bernard. 
THEATRE . 

Grasset (Bernard) Editions. 
THEATRE . 
THEATRE D' ARRIERE-GARDE . 



Grasshoff, Alex. 

COME OUT, COME OUT, 



WHOEVER YOU ARE. 



Graves, Russell. 
AT AULIS. 

THE BATTLE OF THE CARNIVAL AND LENT. 
BLUEBEARD . 
THE MAGIC ISLE. 
MR. HYDE. 

Gray, Patricia. 

THE LITTLEST ANGEL. 
Gray & Rogers, Inc. 

EVERYBODY'S SWINGIN ' . 



SEE De Grazia, 



Grazia, Edward de. 
Edward . 

Grebanier, Bernard. 
RINALDI AND ANGELICA. 

Grecco, Stephen Richard. 
THE ROOMING HOUSE. 
THE VACATION. 

Greco, Rita Catherine. 
LINCOLN: THE TRAGIC MAN. 

Green, Paul. 

NATIVE SON. (R) 

START IN LIFE. (R) 
Green, William M. 

STATISTICS. 

Green Hornet, Inc. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Greenberg, Irving. 

THE NATURE OF THE BEAST 
PHIU PHIUUU (WOLF WHISTLE) 

Greenberg, Selma. 
THE VERB TO BE. 
THE VERB TO DO. 
THE VERG TO GO. 
THE VERB TO HAVE. 
THE VERB TO SAY. 
THE VERB TO SEE. 

Greene, Barry Hewitt. 

CONFLICT AND CONCORD. 
Greene, Joe. 

ALICIA, YOU SPELL IT WITH INDELIBLE. 
BLOOD IS THICKER THAN A NEPHEW'S 

SKULL. 
DOES A GATOR CHOKE ON THE GRASS OF 
HUMAN KINDNESS. 

LORI IS THE WORD FOR A REAL JAZZ 

BABY. 
NOW THAT I'VE FOUND YOU AM I STILL A 

RELATIVE . 

ONE GOLD TOOTH IS A FORTUNE, TWO IS 

TROUBLE . 
WATER, WATER EV'RYWHERE. 

Greene, William Clayton. 
STATISTICS . 

Greer, Herb. 

UNDER THE VOLCANO. 

Gregory, Elizabeth, pseud. 
HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL. 



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Gregory, Harold Anthony. 
THE HAPPENING. 

Greth, Roma. 
CELEBRATION. 
NOVEMBER PEOPLE. 

Griener, James Alden. 
IN SILENCE. 

Griffin, Henry William. 
CAMPION. 

Griffin, William. SEE Griffin, 
Henry William. 

Griggs, Mary Lois. 

UNCLE WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU. 

Grillo, Leo F., Jr. 
THE CARVELLE CART. 

Grimm, Jakob Ludwig Karl. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN. 
Grimm, Wilhelm Karl. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN. 

Grissmer, John M. 

DID ANYONE HERE MURDER MAX. 

Gronowicz, Antonio 
THE GREAT SOCIETY. 

Grossling, Bernardo F. 

EDUCATION, THE ESSENCE OF DEVELOP- 
MENT. 

Grostein, Sonia. 

YOU AND WE. 
Grove Press, Inc. 

MADAME DE SADE. 

Groves, John Patrick. 
TRIBUTE TO A SOLDIER. 

Groves, Susan Rae. 

TRIBUTE TO A SOLDIER. 

Grow, Ruth McClure . 

TEL-RADIX REPORT ON THE CRUCIFIXION 
AND RESURRECTION. 

Grubbs, Robert L. 

GREGG TYPING TAPES: FUNDAMENTALS OF 
PRODUCTION. 

Gruber, Franz. 
OH LITTLE STAR. 

Grumberg, Jean Claude. 

DEMAIN, UNE FENETRE SUR RUE. 

Grunke, Leal. 

THE BIBLE IN LIVING SOUND. 

Gruskin, Jerome. 

AS LONG AS I HAVE ME, WE DON'T NEED 
ANYBODY. 

Gruskin, Jerry. SEE Gruskin, Jerome. 

Guare, John. 

THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES. 

TO WALLY PANTONI, WE LEAVE A CREDENZA. 
Guastalla, ClaUdio. 

LUKREZIA. (R) 
Guerdon, David, pseud. SEE Guiderdoni, 
Jean Charles. 

Guiderdoni, Jean Charles. 
LA MACHINE A SOUS. 

Guild Publications of California, Inc. 
WANTED: SEXPERTS AND SERPENTS FOR OUR 
GARDEN OF MAIDENS. 

Guixogn, Alfred. 
RUN OF ASA LOCKE. 

Gunderson, Frances. 
THE OTHER WISDOM. 
Gurianj Jay. 

WHERE IS YOUR BROTHER. 

Gurner, Fred. 
SHORTTIMER. 

Gurney, Albert R., Jr. 
THE PROBLEM. 



Gustafson, Richard. 
THE SUN'S OWN GOLD. 

Gutkind, Lee A. 
THE MAGIC HAMMER. 

GUttry, Mrs. John S. SEE Guttry, 
Lottie L. 

Guttry, Lottie L. 

I'VE BEEN EXPECTING YOU. 



H 



Haas, Peter. 
RUNNING FREE. 
Haberer, Bert. 

THE EVOLUTION OF MAN. 
EXTRANEOUS PRESSURE POTENTIAL OF 
DIASTER. 
Hacker, Andrew. 

THE POST AFFLUENT GENERATION. 

Hadassah, Women's Zionist Organization 
of America, Inc. 
A BLACK CANOPY, A BLACK SKY. 
DI CHASENEH IZ NISHT FORGEKOOMEN . 

Haefer, Ruth R. 
OREGON MY OREGON. 

TWO GUNS AT SUNDOWN. 

Hagan, Joseph R. 
A CHRISTMAS CRIME. 
THE SHAFT OF LIFE. 

Hageli-Malli, Constantine Alexander. 
NAPOLEON AND THE FLOODS. (R) 

Hagen, Ray. 

GRAVEDIGGERS OF I968. 

Hagi-Mallis, Constantine Alexander. 
SEE Hageli-Malli, Constantine 
Alexander. 

Hahn, Phil. 

MISS GOODY TWO -SHOES. 

Hajduk, Peter J. 
RUMPELSTILTSKIN. 

Haldeman, Charles. 

DAMN IT, DIONYSOS, DO. 

Hale, Edward Everett. 
MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY. 

Hale, Paul V. 

THE TRIAL OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 

HaleVy, L. 

LA VIE PARISIENNE. 

Halkin, Hillel. 
PREGNANCY. 

Hall, Adrian. 

YEARS OF THE LOCUST. 
Hall, Florence Marie. 
THE GOLDEN RODS. 

Hall, Leila. 

THE GOLDEN EGG. 

Hall, Marie. SEE Hall, Florence Marie. 

Hall, Paavo Kurt. 

PROMETHEUS COMPLAINS. 

Hallsman, Mark, pseud. SEE Jamison, 

Mark D. 
Halperln, Lee. 

EXTRA-SENSORY PERCEPTION: A KEY TO 
HIGH LEVEL COMMUNICATION. 

Halter, David R. 

CHARACTERISTICS OF INNER CITY 
CLIENTS . 

Hamburger Musikverlag, G.M.B.H. 
DIE SECHSTE FRAU. 

Hamilton, John Bowen. 
THE ROPE OF SAND. 



Hamilton, Norman, pseud. SEE Drey, 
Walter. 

HammarstrOmj David Lewis. 

IT'S IN THE STARS. 
Hammerstein, Dorothy B. 

NEW ORLEANS. (R) 
Hammerstein, James B. 

NEW ORLEANS. (R) 

Hammerstein, 0., II. 

NEW ORLEANS. (R) 
Hammerstein, William. 

NEW ORLEANS. (R) 

Hampton, James. 

AND AMERICA LISTENED. 

Handy (Jam) Organization, Inc. 
ACTION ON SECOND AVENUE. 
ANOTHER FREEZING SUCCESS. 
BEAT 'THE' POWER ROBBERS . 
BENEFITS OR IDEAS: CHEVY VAN VS 

68 1/2 ECONOLINE. 
THE BONUS BABIES. 
CLOSEUP ON CLOSING. 
FIREBIRD LEADS THE FIELD. 
FOLLOW -THROUGH. 
HE WEARS MANY HATS & YOU CAN'T FLY BY 

THE SEAT OF YOUR PANTS. 
HOW TO HELP THE CUSTOMER. 
IDEAS, KEY TO CREATIVE SELLING. 
MEDITERRANEAN LANDS. 
MINDING THE STORE, OLDS STYLE. 
955 SELF-PROPELLED WINDROWER. 
THE 1968 ' CHEVROLET DATA BOOK, YOUR 

ROUTE TO FULL-LINE SELLING. 
NO SECOND-CLASS CITIZENS WHEN IT 

COMES TO OWNER RELATIONS. 
1155 SELF-PROPELLED WINDROWER. 
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS. 
THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES. (R) 
PHILOSOPHY OF SUCCESS.. 
"SELL" THE WARRANTY TOO. 
SELLING IS SELLING. 
THE TOUGHEST JOB. 
THE VALUE LEADER. 
WESTERN ART. 
WESTINGHOUSE RANGES, THE COMPARISON 

STORY. 
WHY TEMPEST CUSTOM TOPS COMPETITION. 
WINDROWER FILMSTRIP. 
A WINNER ALL THE WAY. 
ZERO IN. 

Hanley, William. 
FLESH AND BLOOD. 
TODAY IS INDEPENDENCE DAY. 

Hanna, William John. 

POLITICAL PROBLEMS IN THE NASCENT 
STATES . 

Hanrahan, Jack. 

MISS GOODY TWO -SHOES. 

Hanselmann, Paul W. 
THE PIPE IS LIT. 

Hansen, Lona Mildred. 
FREEDOM'S PLEDGE. 

Hansen (Wilhelm) Musik-Forlag. 

MASQUERADE . 
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds. 

THE TWO MAPLE TREES. 

Harlow, Wayne Clifford. 

WHEN THE GREAT EARTH CHANGES CAME. 

Harmacek, Jerome R. 

A TEMPEST IN EDEN. 
Harper, Sterling. 

THE SILENT SOUND OF CHRISTMAS 

THE STREET SWEEPER. 

Harrah, Madge. 

TEEN-AGERS OF THE BIBLE. 
Harrington, Grace. 

THE HAPPINESS TREE. 

Harris, Jed. 

AND WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR YOUR 
COUNTRY LATELY. 

Harris, Mary Kay. 

AND WHERE DO YOU LIVE. 



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Harris j Theodore. 
NICKY. 

Harris, Vernon. 

I WANT TO BE AN ACTOR. (R) 

Harrison, Anthony Lucas. 
WHITE OR BLACK. 

Harrison, Hazel R. 
WHY WORRY. 

Hart, Catherine Carlisle. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE. (R) 
LADY IN THE DARK. (R) 

Hart, Johnston M. 

THE ACTION PROGRAM WITH A FRESH 
APPROACH TO HIGHWAY SAFETY. 

Hart, Moss . 

GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE. (R) 

LADY IN THE DARK. (R) 
Hart, Rhoda. 

THE BIG EXECUTIVE. 

BIRTHDAY PARTY. 

CHRISTMAS. 

DOGS. 

EASY SLEAZY' S HOUSEKEEP SERVICE. 

THE FOLDER MAN. 

LITTLE BOY. 

A LITTLE BOY, SONNY. 

MAD GENIUS. 

OL' ABE LINCOLN. 

OLD GRANPA AND OLD GRANDMA. 

THE OLD MAID'S PAD. 

THE OLD MAID'S VISIT. 

RECORDING TWELVE. 

RECORDING 13. 

THANKSGIVING. 

Hartfield, Victoria Danner. 
BLEAT LITTLE BLACK LAMB. 
CHUCKY THE CHICKEN. 
CLOWNY CLAP-CLAP. 
DROOPY, DROWSY DRAGON. 
FISHERMAN FRED AND THE FRISKY FISH. 
FLORA FIAMINGO. 
HOW TO BE A GRADUATE'. 
PLINK, PLANK, PLUNK. 
STERLING STARLIGHT'. 
THEY WENT THAT WAY. 
TREAT THE STREET'. 
WE LIVE IN A DEMOCRACY. 
^ WEDDING OF THE BRIDE AND GROOM. 

Hartman, Olov. 
ON THAT DAY. 

Hartnett, John Edward. 

LISTEN, SEAN, TO THE SILHOUETTES OF 
RAINDROPS. 

Hartt, William Dales. 

PETER PIPER PICKED A PICKLED PECK. 

Harville, Cliff, Jr. 
ROUGH DRAFT. 

Hasek, Jaroslav. 

THE GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK. 

Haskins, Fred. 

HUNTER. 

Hastings, Donald. 

1 CAN NO LONGER STAY WITH YOU. 

Hatfield, Emma. 

THE MOONSHINER'S DAUGHTER. 

Haubold, Cleve. 

THE MAN ON THE TOWER. 

A SHORT WALK AFTER DINNER. 
Haugen, Einar, 

FIRE AND ICE. 
Hauptman, Gerardo. 

LOS TEJEDORES. 



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Hauser, Lucille. 
PARADE. 
THREE TO TANGO. 

Hawkins, Gordon. 

WHERE BEATS THE RAIN. 

Hawkins, Mary K. 

LOST EDEN. 
Hawkins, Robert. 

MACBETH. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 
THE GOLDEN TOUCH. 

Hayes, Richard Wilson. 
THE SUMMIT. 

Hazard, Marian. SEE Etcheverry, 
Marian Hazard. 

Heard, Johnny Neal. 

UNCLE WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU. 

Hearl, Garnett Lee. 
THE WIDOWS' WINE. 

Heath (D. C.) & Co. 

BAROQUE AND RESTORATION THEATER. 

CLASSICAL GREECE. 

DRAMA IN THE WESTERN WORLD. 

THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. 

THE RENAISSANCE. 

ROMANTICISM AND REALISM. 

ROME AND THE MIDDLE AGES. 

Hefer, Hayira. 

NAZER MECHAKE LERABIN. 

Heglund, Arthur R. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN, THE PIONEER. 

Heide, Robert, pseud. SEE Heitke, 
Robert William. 

Heimberg, Michael Jay. 

THE CBS WAR OF THE WEEK. 

Heinemann, Siegfried. 

CONTRACT MARRIAGES INCORPORATED, 
TOUCHING PICTURES OF WEDDED BLISS. 

Heinrich, Franz J. 
SELL UND FIN. 

Heisler, Mrs. Bill. 
THE SPOTTED SPREAD. 

Heitke, Robert William. 
MOON. 

Heller, John. 
ARTHUR: ARTHUR. 

Hellman, Lillian. 

WATCH ON THE RHINE. (R) 

Henderson, Brian. 
BACK FROM VIETNAM. 

Hendrix, Jimi. 
EXP. 

Henkel, Gary. 
THE MARINE. 

Henry, Charles Hayes. 
JURAMENTADO. 

Hera, Juan Lopez de la. 

LA VIZCONDESA DE JORBALAN. 
Herald, George W. 

THE BUNKER. 

Herbst, Jennie. 

THE FEATHER PARTY. 

Heritage Enterprises, Inc. 
CAINE. 

Heritage Foundation, Inc. 

LET MY PEOPLE GO. 
Herman j~ Jerry. 

HELLO, DOLLY. 

Herring, Glenwood. 
THE LEAST OF THESE. 



Hershey, John, pseud. SEE Reach, 
James. 

Hertel, 0. Arthur. 
THE IMPOSSIBLE ISLE. 

Herz, J. Spencer. 
THE WHITE ROOM. 
THE WHITE ROOM - II. 

Herzraanovsky-Orlando, Fritz von 
S 1 WLESENHENDL. 

Hester, Bertha B. 
THTCKETY BUSH. 



Heurer, John. 
ARANEIDA. 

Heymann, Jerry. 

[LESSON PLAN 350-16] 
THE MISER. 

Heywood, Thomas. 

THE FAIR MAID OF THE WEST. 
Hezekiah, Lloyd. 

THE BREAST OF HEAVEN. 

Hickman, Derek. 
GEORGE. 

Hicks, David. 

BITTER SEEDS OF FURY. 

Hicks, Neill DeWitt. 
ENCYCLICAL. 

Hiers, James Marquis. 

THE RAINBOW IS MISSING. 

Hiers, Mark. SEE Hiers, James Marquis. 

Higgins, Michael Patrick. 
THE MOVEMENT. 

Higgins, Monk, pseud. SEE Bland, 
Milton. 

Higgins, Robert. 

THE BUTTERFLY PALACE. 

Higley, Sally Raynor.. 
THE AVERY APPROACH. 

Hilb, Emil. 

JOYS OF YOUTH. (R ) 

Hilburn, Samuel C. 
AMISTAD. 

Hilderbrand, Diane. 

RED CLOUD'S FAREWELL TO HIS TRIBE. 

Hildreth, Mattie Lee B. 
ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S GOALS. 

Hill, Cindy Lee, pseud. SEE Fatseas, 
Betty. 

Hill, Mars A. 
THE CAGE. 

Hill, Mars Andrew. 
THREE TEN. 

Hill, Steven. 
THE JONESES. 

Hill, Tom H. 
TRIPPED . 

Hill & Range Songs, Inc. 

HOW PETER COTTONTAIL GOT HIS NAME. 

Hillegass, Clifton K. 
TWELFTH NIGHT. 

Hilliard, A. Rowley. 

LIFE FROM BEYOND. 
Hine s , John . 

THE BOYHOOD ADVENTURES OF FREDERICK 
DOUGLASS. in-u.iv 

Hirsch, Bianca Zwang. 
THE REHEARSAL. 

Hirshbein, Peretz. 
ONCE UPON A TIME. 



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Hitchings, John L. 

LOVE AND WAR IN PSILI PSILI. 

Hitchings j John Lyman. 

LOVE AND WAR IN PSILI PSILI. 

Hivnor, Robert H. 

LOVE RECONCILED TO WAR. 

Hochwalder, Fritz. 
DER BEFEHL. 

Hodson, James Lansdale. 

NELSON IN ARLINGTON STREET. (R) 

Hodson, Una. 

NELSON IN ARLINGTON STREET. (R) 

Ho'mberg, Hans. 

KIRSCHEN FUR ROM. (R) 

Hoeniger, F. David. 

THE LIFE OF KING HENRY THE EIGHTH. 

Hoffart, Edwin J. 

THE GHOST INVESTIGATORS. 
Hofmannsthal, Hugo von. 

THE SALZBURG GREAT THEATRE OF THE 
WORLD . 

Hogan, Francis T. 

YOU MAY WELL BE THE MAN WHO LIVES 
FOREVER BUT JUST IN CASE YOU DON'T. 

Hoglund, Kay C. 
THE GOLDEN TOUCH. 

Hokinson, Helen. 

IT WAS A LOVELY MEETING. (R) 

Holland, Cornelius J. 

THE COMING OF THE KING. (R) 

Holland, Harold. 
BW. 

Holland, Norman. 

YEARS OF THE LOCUST. 

Holland, Vincent. 
HOPE OF THE WORLD. 

Holmes, Norman D. 

WHAT IS YOUR STANDARD FOR LIVING. 

Holmes, Ruth Vickery. 

MODEL THEATRE PLAYS. (R) 

Holt, Dennis. 

THE FLY IN THE WINE GLASS. 

Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc. 
TRAGEDY, HISTORY AND ROMANCE. 

Homitzky, Vsevolod. 
THE CAREER. 

Hopkinson, Mark. 

THE STRUTTERS AND THE FRETTERS. 

Horovitz, Israel. 

THE INDIAN WANTS THE BRONX. 
IT'S CALLED THE SUGAR PLUM. 
RATS. 

Horton, Joel E. 

A COLLEGE EDUCATION FOR PRACTICALLY 
EVERYBODY. 

Hotchner, Stephen. 

AND THEN THE EXODUS BEGAN. 
THE DEATH OF A POET IN SPAIN. 

Houck, Joy N., Jr. 
A TASTE OF BLOOD. 

Houston, Robert. 
CLIMAX'. 

Howard, David Paul. 
MARLOWE. 

Howard, Michael Steven. 
A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 

Howard, Renee. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 



How land, Ellen. 
SUMMER WEDDING. 

Hoyt, Charles H. 
TEXAS STEER. (R) 

Hubbard, Haven. 
CAESAR'S COFFIN. 

Hudson, Darril. 
TWO SEASONS. 



Huff, Jo Ann, 
Jo Ann. 



pseud. SEE Huffstutler, 



Huffstutler, James C. 

I WISH I COULD SEE WHERE I WERE 
GOING. 
Huffstutler, Jo Ann. 

EVERY MAN HIS HOUR. 

Huganir, William L. 
SNOWBOUND. 

Hughes, Langston. 
JUBILEE. (R) 
RUN, GHOST, RUM. (R) 
TROPICS AFTER DARK. (R) 

Humperdinck, Engelbert. 
HANSEL AND GRETEL. 

Hunt, Charles W. 

SUMMER OF AN AMERICAN SWEETHEART. 

Hunter College, New York. 

THE BEGINNING TEACHER: INTERVIEWS 

WITH BEGINNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

TEACHERS. 
THE BEGINNING TEACHER: INTERVIEWS 

WITH BEGINNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

TEACHERS. 

Hurwit, Lawrence S. 
THE BIG DIP. 

Huszar, John L. 
THE PREDICAMENT. 

Hutchinson, Alfred. 

TIGER'S MILK FOR A KITTEN. 



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Iancovici, Henry J. 

ISMENE. 
Ibekwe, Chinweizu. 

THE CRACKUP. 

Ideal School Supply Co. 

BLENDS AND DIGRAPHS. 

CLASSIFICATION - OPPOSITES - SEOUENCE. 

INITIAL AND FINAL CONSONANTS. 

READING - WRITING READINESS'. 

SYLLABLE RULE, ACCENT CLUE. 

VOWELS. 

WORD BUILDING. 
Ignatieff, Michail. 

MOLIERE. 

Ignatieff, Nadia. 
MOLIERE. 

Ignoffo, Matthew F., Jr. 
THE SPIRIT OF THE LAND. 

Igo, Harold. 

SOME DAY A BETTER BEAST. 

Il'sson, Dev, pseud. SEE Hill, Tom H. 

Inkiow, Dimiter. 

DON JUAN, 70. 
Inlender, Avraham. 

MOON DAISY. 

Institute for Advanced Studies in the 
Theatre Arts, New York. 
THE VISION OF VASAVADATTA. 

International Magazine Service of the 

Mid-Atlantic, Inc. 

WALTER WINCHELL HOTLINE. 
International Teaching Tapes, Inc. 

[DRILL TAPES PROGRAM OF AUDIO REIN- 
FORCEMENT FOR MODERN MATH] 



Irani, Aspi M. 
A GRAIN OF SAND. 

Irving, Washington. 
RIP VAN WINKLE. 

Irwin, Howard H. 

LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE ET SON MESSAGE 
LIBERATEUR. 

A TEOLOGIA DINAMICA DO CRISTLANISMO 
CIENTIFICO. 

Ishmael- Music. 

UMBASSA AND THE DRAGON. 



J 



Jackson, Al, Jr. 
COLD FEET. 

Jackson, Priscilla. 

EIGHT STAGES OF A WOMAN'S LIFE. 
Jackson, Ruth. 

THE MAGIC RED BAG. 



Jacob, Irene. 
TRAVELING MOM. 

Jacobs, Arthur. 
ONE-MAN SHOW. 

Jacobs, Coleman. 
Coleman. 



SEE Jacoby, 



Jacob sen, Jurgen. 

MA, LET ME TALK TO PA. 

Jacobson, Steven M. 
NEEDS. 

Jacoby, Coleman . 
THE ROAR OF PEACE. 

Jadro, Alan. 

THE STARS OF SARGASSO. 

Jahrblum, Charles. 

THE BAKER'S WIFE. (R) 

James, Brandon, pseud. 
Margaret J. 

Jame s , J . Frank . 

TWO GUNS AT SUNDOWN. 

James, Laurence Joseph. 
CRANMER. 



Jamison, Mark D. 

FINN AND HADDIE ADVENTURES. 



SEE Collins, 



Janin, Fulbert, pseud. 
Fulbert de. 



SEE Lathelier, 



Janus, Judith. 

DANCER IN AN ART GALLERY. 

Jarratt, Florence. 
THE DESCENT. 

Jarratt, Florence B. 

HALF HOSS, HALF ALLIGATOR. 

THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. 
Jeffers, William N. 

SUNSHINE EVERYWHERE. 

Jefferson Field Productions. 

SUMMER OF AN AMERICAN SWEETHEART. 

Jenks, Dorothy Wills. 
NO PILLOW FOR HIS HEAD. 

Jensen, Paul Arthur. 
MID-SUMMER. 

Jepalana Productions, Inc. 
THE NOTE. 

Jewell, James E. 

THE TRUTH, THE TRUTH, NOTHING BUT THE 
TRUTH. 

Jewell, Keith William. 
SHADES OF SHADOWS. 

Jewell Radio & Television Productions. 
THE TRUTH, THE TRUTH, NOTHING BUT THE 
TRUTH. 



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73 



Jewish Education Committee of New York. 
EONTCHE SHWEIG. 

Jisi, Buddy. SEE Jisi, Vincent. 

Jisi, Vincent. 

DOWN AT MAHONNI'S. 

Joerder, Thomas R. 
THE LOVE CAMP. 

Joerder Associates, Inc. 
THE LOVE CAMP. 

Johannes, Vivian. 
THE MEDUSA. 

John, Evan. 

STRANGERS' GOLD. (R) 

Johnson., Albert Franklin. 
A MAN LIKE LINCOLN. 

Johnson, Arnold. 
THE GATHERING. 

Johnson, Arthur. 

THIRTY MINUTES WITH THE PIRATES OF 
PENZANCE. (R) 

Johnson, Crane. 

THIRTY-FIVE ONE ACT PLAYS. 

Johnson, Dee Strickland. 
UNDER THUNDER MOUNTAIN. 

Johnson, Harold Lelartd. 

LYRICS FOR A TOCCATA AND FUGUE. 

Johnson, James McGhee. 

JIM.!S-FAIRY TALES OF FAIRYLAND, 
U.S.A. 
Johnson, John Bruce. 

A STUDY IN BLACK AND WHITE. 

Johnson, Richard Oliver. 

RACHEL AND THE VOICE OF DOOM. 

Johnston, John N. 
THE MOONLIGHTERS. 

Jones, Charles E. 

THE PRICE OF LEADERSHIP. 
WHERE DOES LEADERSHIP BEGIN. 

Jones, Claire. 
THE MAGIC POUCH. 

Jones, J. Watkins. 

I WANT TO BE AN ACTOR. (R) 

Jones, Jerry. 
THE DARK AGENT. 

Jones, K., pseud. SEE Michel, Rimsa. 

Jones, Kensinger. 

A SACK FULL OF GOLD. 

Jones, Starr West. 
CHILDREN OF FLAME. 

Joper, pseud. SEE Santos, Joseph. 

Jordan, Michael G., Jr. 
THE KINGDOM OF THE TIGER. 

Jordan, Neal, pseud. SEE Heard, 
Johnny Neal. 

Joseph, Carla. 

FLOWERS OF FIFTH AVENUE. 
WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE. 

Joseph, Elliott. 
WHICH WAY UGANDA. 

Julcomp Enterprises, Inc. 
THE MARRIAGE. 

Justice, Charles. 
THE PRISON HOUSE. 



K 



Kafka. 

THE PENAL COLONY. 

Kagan, Harry Arthur. 

THE CLOISTER AND THE HEARTH. 

Kagel, Mauricio. 

DIE HIMMELSMECHANIK. 

Kahanofsky, Barbara. 
GRAVEDIGGERS OF I968. 



(R) 



Kahn, Barbara. 
Barbara. 



SEE Kahanofsky, 



KPRC News. 

W. D. JONES REMEMBERS BONNIE AND 
CLYDE. 

Kaczender, George. 
MONSIEUR G.A. A X. 



Kahn, Mari. 

THE TALES OF HOFFMAN. 

Kahn, Terry. 

ONE DAMNED THING AFTER ANOTHER. 

Kalinich, Stephen John. 
FREEWAY SONG. 

Kalish, Lionel. 

SIDE BY SIDE BY SIDE. 

Kalish, Muriel. 

SIDE BY SIDE BY SIDE. 
Kallesser, Michael. 

BABES DON'T CRY ANYMORE. 

Kant, Jacob. 

DRAMATIC SCENES. 

Kaplan, A. Morton. 

A KISS FROM LADY LUCK. 

Kaplan, Harvey Paul. 

THE GIRL THAT WROTE ON THE WALL. 

Karadzieh, Vuk St. 
THE GOLDEN APPLE. 

Karchmer, Andrea Rita. 

THE GRASS ISN'T GREENER, IT'S DEAD. 

Karczag, Leo. 

OREGON MY OREGON. 

Karem, Frederick Joseph. 
SPIRIT OF AMERICA. 

Katayev. 

KISS, CHILDREN, KISS. 

Kaufman, David M. 
JOHN AJDAMS. 

Kaufman, George S. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE. (R) 
MY SISTER EILEEN. (R) 

Kay, James. 

AN AMERICAN GIRL. 

Kay, Marian. 

A LETTER TO MY RUNAWAY CHILD. 

Kaya, Douglas, Jr. 

LAMBS TO THE SLAUGHTER. 

Kaye , George . 

KING LYNDON OF TAXALOT. 

Kaylan, Howard. 

U.TOASSA AND THE DRAGON. 

Keating, Richard T. 
FATS AND FRYING. 

Keegan, Marion I. 

THE LETTER. 
Keene, Donald. 
MADAME DE SADE. 

Keeney, F. Jacques, pseud. SEE 
Keeney, Florence Jakes. 

Keeney, Florence Jakes. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER: PEANUT 
WIZARD. 

Keierleber, Irene A. 
THE REAL YOU. 



Kein, Sybil, pseud. SEE Provost, 
Consuela M. 

Keisman, Michael E. 

THE CREATIVE ARTS: FOUR REPRESENTA- 
TIVE TYPES. 

Keith, Landis, pseud. SEE Shepherd, 
Edward Clarence, IV. 

Kelkel, Manfred. 
ALRAUNE. 

Kelley, Norman D. 
HANSEL AND GRETEL. 

Kelley, Tom. 

THE GOLDEN DOLPHIN. 

Kelly, John H., IV. 

FROM SLAVERY TO FREEDOM. 

Kelly, Tim. 

TWO FOOLS WHO GAINED A MEASURE OF 
WISDOM. 

Kemp-Blair, Henry J. 
KISS AN UGLY MAN. 

Kennascott Productions. 
A TRAGIC PRESIDENT. 

Kennedy, Alan David. 
THE ARROGANT ARTIST. 
THE BUSINESSMAN FROM BESANCON. 
THE STRANGLE R. 

Kennedy, Charles O'Brien. 
TELL HER NOTHING. (R) 

Kennedy, David J. 

THE DOCTOR'S ASSISTANTS. 

WHO BUILDS THIS LOFTY STRUCTURE. 

Kennedy, Mary Lou. 

THE ARROGANT ARTIST. 

THE BUSINESSMAN FROM BESANCON. 
" THE STRANGLER. 

Kent -Wright, Clifford. 
MUSICAL CHAIRS. (R) 

Kermoal, Yves de. 

L'ARBRE DU VOYAGEUR. 

Kern, Robert. 
WHITE ROSES. 

Kerner, Ben. 

THE LITTLE WHITE ROOM. 

PICK IT UP FROM THE DAGGERS. 

Kerr, Bruce. 
FLICK. 



Kerr, Sophie. 
Kerr. 



SEE Underwood, Sophie 



Kesselring, Charlotte. 

ARSENIC AND OLD LACE. (R) 

Kesselring, Joseph. 

ARSENIC AND OLD LACE. (R) 
Kessinger, Kent. 

BELOVED BULLDOG. 

THE BOY ON THE DIVING BOARD. 

THE CARE AND FEEDING OF FUMIGATED 
CHILDREN. 

DEATH DURING THE TIDDLY HOUR. 

GIVE US THIS DAY THE GOLDEN GATE. 

THE HEN PARTY AT THE PUMP. 

IN THE AMERICAN GALLERY. 

THE PEACEABLE KINGDOM. 

THE SPERM WHALE. 

THERE WERE THREE OLD LADIES FROM 

FRISCO. 
A THING OF BEAUTY IF A JOY FOREVER. 
WAY OUT WEST IN LOTUS LAND. 

Kessler, Bruce. 

CHUCKLES, THE WONDER DOG. 
THE FOREST OF ARDEN. 
SEVERAL RESPONSES. 



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Jan-June 



Kessler, Lyle. 
JACK-IN-THE-BOX. 
THE WATERING PLACE. 

Kessler, Marc. 

CHUCKLES, THE WONDER DOG. 
THE FOREST OF ARDEN. 
SEVERAL RESPONSES. 

Ketchum, Kay. 

BEYOND THE MOON. 

KetchUnij Iric . 

A SERIES OF SPEECHES ON FUND-RAISING 
GIVEN DURING JULY 1967 IN AUSTRALIA 
AND NEW ZEALAND. 

Khomitzky, Vsevolod. SEE Homitzky, 
Vsevolod. 

Kielty, John Roger. 
COMEDY '68. 

Kiki MUsic Corp. 

NOW IS THE TIME FOR ALL GOOD MEN. 

Kilgore, Kathleen. 

THE VOYAGE OF THE MORNINGSTAR. 

Killam, Paul C. 

PARADOXES OF PUBLIC DEMOCRATIC 
PLANNING. 

Killian, Joseph C. 

OUR HUMAN CONDITION. 

Kllynn Music, Inc. 
COOK- OUT. 

King, Albert. 
COLD FEET. 

King, Arthur H., Jr. 
THE FOREST QUEEN. 
A TOCSIN FOR AURELIUS . 

King, Coretta Scott. 

ADDRESS OF MRS. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR., FIFTH AVENUE PEACE PARADE 
COMMITTEE. 

SPEECH BY MRS. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR , WELFARE MOTHER'S MARCH, 
WELFARE RIGHTS ORGANIZATION, MAY 
12, 1968, WASHINGTON, D.C. 

STATEMENT BY MRS. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968, BAL- 
CONY OF LORRAINE MOTEL, MEMPHIS, 
TENNESSEE. 

King, Lawson. 

CARMEN FROM KENOSHA. (R) 

King, Mrs. M. L., Jr. SEE King, 
Coretta Scott. 

King, Martin Luther, Jr. 

THE AMERICAN DREAM. 

DRUM MAJOR INSTINCT. 

I'VE BEEN TO THE MOUNTAIN TOP. 

A STATEMENT BY DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR , TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1967, 
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CON- 
FERENCE ANNUAL CONVENTION, EBENEZER 
BAPTIST CHURCH, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 
King, Martin Luther, Jr., Estate of. 

ADDRESS OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING ON 
DECEMBER 10, 1965, TO THE SOUTH 
AFRICA BENEFIT OF THE AMERICAN 
COMMITTEE ON AFRICA AT HUNTER 
COLLEGE, N.Y.C. 

DRUM MAJOR INSTINCT. 

I'VE BEEN TO THE MOUNTAIN TOP. 

SERMON, THE WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL, 
SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1968, THE REV. 
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. 

A STATEMENT BY DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR., TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1967, 
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CON- 
FERENCE ANNUAL CONVENTION, EBENEZER 
BAPTIST CHURCH, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 
King, Michael Howard. 

THE TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE STORY. 



Kingsbridge Industries. 
KNITTING MACHINES. 

Kinter, Richard. 

CINDERELLA. 
Kipling, Rudyard. 

RUNNING FREE. 

Kirkpatrick, John. 
QUICK ROMANCE. 
THE TRAVELLING SISTERS. 
WHEN MEN ARE SCARCE. 

Kirkpatrick, Robert. 
THE BOMB AT KALAAR. 

Kirkwood, Jessie Y. 
DAUGHTERS OF EVE. 
MARY OF MAGDALA. 

Kirland, Joseph. 

PLAYSONG FOR A COLD AND FROSTY 
MORNING. 

Kirsch, Arthur Robert. 
MALICE IN THE PALACE. 
MERRY-GO-ROUND. 
THE PROPHECY. 
THE PUCK SOCKER. 

Kissel, Howard. 

CHARLES IVES IN ILLINOIS. 

Kitt, Henry. 

WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY THAT. 

Kliewer, Warren. 

WHAT DO YOU CARE? IT'S BEYOND REPAIR. 

Kline, Norman. 
FACES . 

Klonduck, Nicholas. 

QUEEN ANGELINA. 
Knaflitsch, Josef. 

WOCHENEND IN MAI. (R) 

Knapp , Varney. 

THE' WIND IN THE WILLOWS. 

Knee, Alan. 

IDYLLS OF THE KING. 

Knight, Subie. 
WORLDS ON END. 

Knight, William Nicholas. 
THE DEATH OF J. K. 

Kober, Arthur S. 

WITH SIGMUND FREUD'S BLESSING. 



Koch, Karl 0. 

FURSTIN TARAKANOWA. 

Koch, William. 

THE ASSASSIN. 
Koesis, Robert. 

THE WOLVES. 

Koger, Earl, Sr. 

THE LEGEND OF JOCKO. 

Kohl, Michael A. 

IT'S IN THE STARS. 



SEE Collins. 



Kolinz, William, pseud. 
William Thomas. 

Kontny, Rainer. 

CRITIQUE OF THEISM. 

Kontos, Marjorie. 

MR. LINCOLN. 
Konvalin, Emil C. 

DEADLIME UNKNOWN. 

Kopf, Jean. 

SIMPLE SIMON AND SEVERAL FRIENDS. 

Kopf, Mrs. Robert L. SEE Kopf, Jean. 

Kopit, Stanford. 

I SHOULD BREAKFAST IN BED WITH A 

NYMPH. 
IN THE BEGINNING. 



Kops, Bernard. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN ENGLISH 
THEATRE . 

Koressel, William L- 
FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE. 

Koretz, David. 

HURRY, HARRY, HURRY. 

THE TENTH COMMANDMENT. 

Kornberg, Edward. 
THE GOLDEN BEETLE. 

Kornfeld, Robert. 
THE GREEK GOVERNOR. 

Kosoff, Susan. 

THE END OF THE CIRCLE. 

Kostetzky, Eaghor G. 
DIE NONNEN. 
DAS SPIEL VOM GROSSEN MANN. 

Kowalski, Francis Louis. 
A WESTERN. 

Kramer, Lorene Lois. 
EAGLES ARE FOR FLYING. 

Kramer, Muriel Klise. 
EAGLES ARE FOR FLYING. 



Kranz, William. 
DREAM LADY. 

Kratlian, Martin J. 
MARTY. 

Krentzlin, Jack. 
Julius A. 



SEE Krentzlin, 



Krentzlin, Julius A. 

DON'T I KNOW YOU FROM SOMEWHERE. 
Krenzke, Raymond E. 

YOLANTA. 

Kressing, Harry. 
THE COOK. 

Krips, Edward P. 

LINCOLN'S TOWN OF NEW SALEM. 

Kross, Ronald D. 
THE SECOND COMING. 

Kruntorad, Paul. 

FLUCHT AUS DEM SPIEL. 

Kubach, Edwin William. 
THE CHANGELING. (R) 

Kublke, Martha Conn. 

YOU ARE THERE. 
Kuhmerker, Lisa. 

OF PILGRIMS AND INDIANS. 

Kulkman, Carl. 

THE IMPOSSIBLE ISLE. 

Kunhardt, Dorothy Meserve. 

EYE WITNESS: REPORT OF AN ASSASSINA- 
TION. 

Kunhardt, Philip B. 

EYE WITNESS: REPORT OF AN ASSASSINA- 
TION. 

Kurtz, C. Gordon. 

THE BRIDE'S BOUQUET. 

Kurtz, John W. 

THE J Q., PROFESSOR AND THE WHAT'S 
LINE ACT. 

Kutter, Markus. 
PASSAGGIO. 



Labhard, Euell. 

SUZIE RAPER, CATTLE QUEEN. 

Labrenz, Ernest Theodore, Jr. 
LOVEJOY. 

Labrenz, Theodore. SEE Labrenz, 
Ernest Theodore, Jr. 



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75 



La Coste, Roberta. 

BLENDS AND DIGRAPHS. 

CLASSIFICATION - OPPOSITES - SEQUENCE. 

INITIAL AND FINAL CONSONANTS. 

READING - WRITING READINESS. 

SYLLABLE RULE, ACCENT CLUE. 

VOWELS. 

WORD BUILDING. 
LaDue, Russell M., Jr. 

THE SCENT. 

THE TRIANGLE. 

Lairsey, Thomas E. 
VISIT THE CITY. 

Lakso, Edward Joseph. 
TOM PIPER. 

LaMar, Virginia A. 

THE FAMOUS HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF 
KING HENRY THE EIGHTH. 

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF KING JOHN. 

THE LIFE OF TIMON OF ATHENS. 

PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE. 

TITUS ANDRONICUS. 
Lamb, Joseph Patrick. 

MY BASTARD BROTHER. 

Lamb, Sidney. 
TWELFTH NIGHT. 

Lambert, Peter. 

THE PLEASURE GARDEN. 

Lamb son, Arthur Ray. 
THIS IS MY COUNTRY. 

Lang, Susan. 

HOW PETER COTTONTAIL GOT HIS NAME. 

Langdon, Leona. 

LINCOLN LOPER LOUNGE. 

Langenkamp, Evelyn. 
OPERATION STRIP. 

Langley, Noel. 

THE MARVELOUS LAND OF OZ . 

Langner, Armina Marshall. 
SUZANNA AND THE ELDERS. (R) 

Langner , Lawr enc e . 

SUZANNA AND THE ELDERS. (R) 

Lania, Leo. 

THE GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK. 

Lanser, Margaret Judith. 
BACK TO GLASGOW. 



Lanser, Tita. 
Judith. 



SEE Lanser, Margaret 



Larkin, Timothy. 
TOO HOT TO HANDLE. 

Lasaygues, Maurice. 
LE GRAND ZEBRE. 

Lascelles, Ernita. 
Lascelles. 



SEE Ranson, Ernita 



Laszlo, Alexander. 

WANTED: SEXPERTS AND SERPENTS FOR OUR 
GARDEN OF MAIDENS. 

Laszlo, Andrew. 
THE MOONLIGHTERS. 

Latham, Jean Lee. 
OLD DOC. (R) 

Lathelier, Fulbert de. 
C'EST MALIN. 

Lavin, Jack. 
THE BIG DIP. 

Lavinsky, Emanuel. 
THE TRAP. 

Law productions. 

THIS PLACE OF RUSHES. 

Lawler, Margretta Scott. 
A CUP OF TNT. 



GAS MASKS. 

GOD IN HIDING. 

SPRING IS COMING. 

WHEN THE NIGHTINGALE SINGS. 

WHO'S CRAZY. 

Lawless, Sue. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS. 

Lawrence, A. Gray. 

SERVICING TECHNIQUES FOR WATERPROOF- 
ING WATCHES. 
Lawrence, Claude. 
THE OUT EXISTS. 

Lawson, Ethel. 

THE CRIME OF AN UNWANTED CHILD. 

Lawson, Robert. 
150 MACDOUGAL. 

Lazar, Susanne. 

STOCKMARKET I LOVE YOU. 

Lazarus, Melvin. 
FATIMA. 

Leach, Blake. 

THE GERANIUM BOMB. 

Leary, Nolan. 

CLOUDS OVER INNISHEEN. (R) 

Le Bourhis, Marcel. 
ALRAUNE. 

Leekie, Mary Head. 
FRIDAY'S CHILDREN. 

Leder, Herbert. 
THE JONESES. 

Le Doux Corp. 

I'M NOT AFRAID OF FRIDAY. 

Lee, Jean McClelland. 

A BLANK PAGE ENTITLED CLIMAX. 

Lee, Marion. 
TRIPPED. 

Lee, Maryat. 
DOPE. 

Lee, Robert C. 

A MEMORY OF THE DROWNED. 
Lee, William A. 

DAYBREAK. 
Legge, Sylvia Mary. 

THE MAKING OF MOLLY. (R) 

Lehan, Robert Rogers. 

YOU'RE NOT GOING ANYWHERE, GEORGE. 
Leiber, Fritz. 

THE INNER CIRCLES. 

Leibert, M. V. 
INSTANT TEA. 

Leight, Bernard B. 
THE LIVING DEAD. (R) 

Lekus, Allen. 

YOU'VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE. 

Lengyel, Cornel Adam. 
THE LAST TALE. 

Lengyel, Melchior. 
THE LAST TALE. 

Leon, Felix. 

THE AGELESS DIALOGUE'. 
Leonard, Lee. 

I MISS YOU WHEN YOU'RE HERE. 

Leonard, Robert Edward. 

KING OF THE ICE CREAM MOUNTAIN. 
Leotard, Philippe. 

LA CUISINE. 
Lerner, Alan Jay. 

IDYLLS OF THE KING. 

Lerner, Erwin H. 

THE COEXISTENCE TRILOGY. 
KATZ'S POEM. 



SEE Lutzow, 



Lerner, Erwin Harold. 
WHAT. 

Lessen, Curt, pseud. 
Siegfried. 

Lester, Noel. 

A HANDFUL OF DUST. 
SAWDUST IN HER SHOES'. 



Leupold-Lowenthal, Erika. 

FLUCHT AUS DEM SPIEL. 
Levertsort, Gabriel. 

WALK DOWN MY STREET. 
Levenstein, Alan P. 

SUNDAY NIGHT. 

WHOSE LITTLE BOY ARE YOU. 
Levenstein, Hesper A, 

JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM. (R) 

Levenstein, Hesper Anderson. 
THE MIRACLE OF THE DANUBE. (R ) 

Levi, Stephen. 

CHERRY SODA WATER. 
THE GULF OF CRIMSON. 

Levin, Stanley D. 

ELSIE, YOU'VE CHANGED. 

Levinson, Lee Edward. 
THE SENSITIVE. 

Levi tan, Judith Morley. 
THE HICKORY STICK. 

Levy, Jonathan F. 

AN EXPLORATORY OPERATION. 

JACK N'S AWFUL DEMANDS. 

THE PLAY OF INNOCENCE AND CHANGE. 
Levy, Marvin David. 

FOR THE TIME BEING. 

Lewin , John . 

THE DEATH OF NEILL CREAM. 
TANGO. 

Lewis, Clive Staples. 

THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARD- 
ROBE. 

Lewis, Gertrude R. 
STAR OF CHRISTMAS. 

Lewis, Loney. 

THE FIVE BABY MATERNITY CASE. 

Lewis, Michael. 
THE BRIDGE. 
FELICIA SPEAKING. (R) 

Lewis, Sinclair. 

FELICIA SPEAKING. (R) 

Lewis, Tina. 

BRUCE TOILETRIES FOR MEN. 

Lewis, Travis, pseud. SEE Murphy, 
Michael M. 

Lichtenberg, James. 
DELTA. 

.Lifson, David S. 
EYE OF THE STORM. 
RECRUITS . 

Light, Dov Ber ben Yitzchock Isaac, 
pseud. SEE Leight, Bernard B. 

Liljenquist, Don Clifford. 
THE CORNERSTONE. 

Lillenas Pub. Co. 

NO PILLOW FOR HIS HEAD. 
Lillis, Barry. 

LIFE WORE A DEATH MASK. 
Lind, Ruth. 

CHILDREN'S CLASSICS ON TAPE. 
Lindsay, Maurice. 

THE DECISION. 

Linneas Pub. Co. 

EASTER PROGRAM BUILDER, NUMBER 12. 



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Linney, Romulus. 

THE SORROWS OF FREDERICK. 

Linnig, Roy J. 

LE PAIX EST INDIVIDUELLE. 

RAUHA ON YKSILO'LLISTA". 

VEEDE IS INDIVIDUEEL. 
Lippa, Louis A. 

THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE. 

Lippman, Sidney. 

A HUNDRED DIFFERENT WAYS TO ESCAPE. 
THE LIONS AND THE MICE. 

Liprando, James Victor. 

A LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT. 

Littell, Katherine. 
REIGEN. 

Livingston, Doyle Eugene. 
SARAH, DO NOT MOURN ME. 

Livingston, Jay. 

COMMERCIAL FOR KOTEX. 

60 SECOND COMMERCIAL FOR KOTEX. 

Livingstone, Leo. 
AIR ALERT. 

Lloyd, David D. T. 
HEADS OR TAILS. 

Lloyd, Norma Sandra, pse\id. SEE 
Garchik, Norma Sandra. 



Lobell, William. 
THE AMERICANS. 



(B) 



Lockert, Lacy. 

MORE PLAYS BY RIVALS OF CORNEILLE 
AND RACINE. 
Lodge, Carter. 

OLD ACQUAINTANCE. (R) 

Loewe, Frederick. 
IDYLLS OF THE KING. 

Lowenthal, Erika Leupold-. SEE 
Leupold-Lowenthal, Erika. 

Logar, Juan, pseud. SEE Lopez Garcia, 
Juan. 

Lohman, Frances. 

VARIATIONS ON A THEME BY LINCOLN. 

Loken, M. Christian. 
BILLY MINSTSED, 

Loney, Glenn Meredith. 
MRS. PLATO. 

Long, Marien M. 

POSITIVE FRIENDLIES. 

Lorigfelldv), Henry Wadsworth, 
ONCE UPON A HARVEST -TIME. 



BUT YA CAN'T COME 



Longo, Chris. 

I HEAR YA KNOCKIN' 
IN. 

Longo, Frank. 
NICKY. 



Lopert, Ruth S. 

UNDER WHAT SIGN WERE YOU BORN. 

Lopez Garcia, Juan. 

UN MANICOMIO PARA LOS ANGELES. 

Lo Presti, Galileo. 

SAPETY DEVICES IN THE MANUFACTURE 
AND OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES. 

Lord, Jeffrey, pseud. SEE Engel, 
Lyle Kenyon. 

Lorenzo, Neil di. 
Neil. 



SEE Di Lorenzo, 



Loring, Ken, pseud. SEE Wenning, 
Kenneth W. 

Louis, Dorothy Rose. 
TO BE IN INDIANA. 



Louis, Tobi. 
FANTASY. 
MATE A MINUTE. 

Lovell, Phileo, pseud. 

Clara S . 
Lowder, George B. 

VASCAR. 

Lowry, Malcolm. 

UNDER THE VOLCANO. 

Lubin, Natalie. 
SOPOPI. 

Lubinsky, Herman. 
LORD, DO IT FOR ME. 
SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN. 



SEE Richter, 



SEE Planemar 



Lubinsky, Herman. 
Music Co. 

Luce, Ralph W. 
THE DRUG SET. 

Luchs, Kenneths S. 

LAMB AND GRAPE LEAVES. 

LUtzow, Johannes. 

BRILLANTEN AUS WIEN. (R) 

LUtzow, Siegfried. 

BRILLANTEN AUS WIEN. (R) 

Luhm, Jimmy . 
CASEY. 

Luippold, Robert Milton. 
H 2 0LLYW00D. 

Luke, Peter. 

HADRIAN THE SEVENTH. 

Lumia, Susan. 

WHY BE MAD AT ME. 

Lundsteen, Sara W. 

THINKING IMPROVEMENT PROJECT 
SCRIPTS FOR TELEVISION SERIES. 

Lundvall, Merle E. 
BABYLON BEND. 

Lundvall, Virginia H. 
BABYLON BEND. 

Lussier, Leonard. 
DISPOSSESSED. 

Lust berg, Jean Anne. 

ALADDIN AND THE MAGIC LAMP. 

GULLIVER. 
Lyerly, W. Bruester. 

THE ENCHANTED CIRCUS. 

Lyerly, William Bruester. 
MAYPOPS LOVE SALT WATER. 

Lynch, Joseph J. 

NEVER SAY NO TO A LADY. 

Lynch, Rose. 
JAIL GAME. 



Lynn, Christopher, 
Dorothy C. 



Lynn, Jim. 

ONCE UPON A HARVEST-TIME. 

Lynn, John Harrison. 

AWAY FROM IT ALL. 
Lyons, Stuart. 

JULY 3, 1863. 



pseud. SEE Baker, 



M 



McAuliffe, Garth. 

DECODING FOR READING. 

McCabe, Richard M. 

A PILL FOR EVERYTHING. 



McCallum, Phyllis. 

THE GRATEFUL GRIFFIN 1 . 

THE PALE PINK DRAGON. 

THE TOUGH AND TENDER TROLL. 

THE UNIFORM UNICORN. 

McCann, Elizabeth. 
REIGEN. 

McCann, Joseph. 
WITHOUT A LOSS. 

McCarty, Rega Kramer. 
THE GOLDEN IMAGE. 



SEE Mulherin, Erie 



McClintic, Erie. 
McClintic. 

McCoy, Francis J. 
BATTLE TEARS. 



McCoy, George. 

A LONELY LITTLE MAN. 

McCracken, Esther. 
QUIET WEDDING. (R) 

McCuen, Ray. 

OREGON MY OREGON. 

McEwen, Caryl. 
HYDE. 

McGlynn, Francis Raymond. 
LUSCIOUS LULU. 

McGlynn, Raymond. SEE McGlynn, 
Francis Raymond. 

McGraw-Hill Co. of Canada, Ltd. 

FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION: DATING AND 
SEX BEHAVIOR - ADOLESCENCE. 



FUNDAMENTALS OF 



McCallum, Mrs. G. A. 
Phyllis. 



SEE McCallum, 



McGraw-Hill, Inc. 
GREGG TYPING TAPES: 
PRODUCTION. 

Math, Ruth Elizabeth. 
THE UNDERGRADUATE. 

Machlin, Evangeline. 
EMILY. 

Mclntyre, Dennis. 
MODIGLIANI. 

Mack, Edward. 
MILES STANDISH. 

Mack, Eugene B. 
THE MINK CAPER. 

Mack, Gene. SEE Mack, Eugene B. 

McKeever, D. David. 

NEW DIRECTIONS. 
McKenna, Thomas F. 

A TRAGIC PRESIDENT. 

McKenny, Ruth. 

MY SISTER EILEEN. (R ) 

Mackenzie, Ronald. 

MUSICAL CHAIRS. (R) 
McKibbin, Martin. 
THE GERANIUM BOMB. 

McKinney, John R. 

THE BIRDS' CHRISTMAS CAROL. 

McKnight, Jo Anne. 

DOWN BEAT. 

THE LAST DAY. 
McLeans, James W. 

RUBY. 

SHOWERS OF LOVE. 
McLellan, Robert. 

CHANGELING. 

McManaway, James G. 

PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE. 

Macmillan Co. 

CURRENTS IN DRAMA. 
DESIGNS IN DRAMA. 

THE FESTIVAL SHAKESPEARE LOVE'S 
LABOR'S LOST. 



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5 MODERN ENGLISH PLAYS. 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN CENTRAL 

EUROPEAN THEATRE. 
MASTERPIECES OP THE MODERN ENGLISH 

THEATRE . 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN FRENCH 

THEATRE. 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN GERMAN 

THEATRE . 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN IRISH 

THEATRE. 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN ITALIAN 

THEATRE . 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN RUSSIAN 

THEATRE. 
MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN 

SCANDINAVIAN THEATRE. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN SPANISH 
THEATRE. 

McMillen, Ray. 
MARTY. 
Macnamara, Margaret. 

THE MAKING OF MOLLY. (R) 

Maco, Conde, pseud. SEE Mascorietto, 

Jeddu R. 
McQueen, William. 

THE LEFT-HAND MIRROR. 

McSween, Jean. 

POET'S T.V. CIRCUIT. 

Mcvea, Charles E. 

TURNABOUT IS FAIR PLAY. 

McVeigh, Evelyn B. 

THE BEGINNING TEACHER: INTERVIEWS 
WITH BEGINNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
TEACHERS. 
THE BEGINNING TEACHER: INTERVIEWS 
WITH BEGINNING JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
TEACHERS . 

Madden, Thomas. 

HAS ANYONE HERE SEEN EARNEST. 

Madero, Robert A. 
A HAWK WILL PLY. 

Madero, Robert Anthony. 
SHADOWS OF THE SILENCE. 

Madison, Reginald. 
THE OUT EXISTS. 



Magistretti, Paul Allan. 
RIDE AGAIN, SWEET JESUS. 

Magnani, Richard C. 
THE HAPPY HOUR. 



Magnln, Hermine de . 
Hermine. 



See De Magnin, 



Magnuson, James L. 
AFRICAN MEDEA. 
NO SNAKES IN THIS GRASS. 
THE SHOESHINE TRAGEDY. 

Mailer, Norman. 

THE DEER PARK. 
Maitland, John. 

TERROR IN NEW YORK. 

Major, Michael J. 

THE KINGDOM OF STUMPS. 

Makman, Michael. 
THE GOLDEN TOUCH. 

Makom, J. S., pseud. SEE 
Schifalacqua, Joanna. 

Malachowski, Mary Ann. 
OUR FATE WAS TRAGEDY. 

Malaperga, Raphael. SEE Bart, John H. 
pseud. 

Mallett, Jeanne Marie. 
GOING UP. 



Mallis, Constantine Alexander Hagi-. 
SEE Hageli-Malli, Constantine 
Alexander. 

Maloy, Richard. 
SO SMALL A WORM. 

Maltz, Maxwell. 

WHO STANDS ALONE. (R) 

Mal.tz, Regina H. 
FATHER ABRAHAM. 

Management Recruiters International, 
Inc. 

TECHNIQUES EMPLOYED BY SALES CONSUL- 
TANTS INTERNATIONAL AND MANAGEMENT 
RECRUITERS INTERNATIONAL IN OVER- 
COMING BASIC OBJECTIONS'. 

Manchester, Joe. 
BALLOON SHOT. 

Mandel, Adrienne S. 

SEVEN COMEDIES BY MARIVAUX. 

Mandel, Oscar. 

SEVEN COMEDIES BY MARIVAUX. 

Mandell, Marjorie S. 
TWO OF EACH KIND. 

Manhoff, Lillian. 
SPORTRAIT . 

Mann, Edward. 
ANGEL. 

Mann, Edward. SEE Raye, Garson, 
pseud. 

Manning, Hilda, pseud. SEE Reach, 
James. 

Manson, Jon Edward. 
THE CHANGING MAN. 

Mantis, Theodore M. 

THE MASTER AND THE KEEPER. 

Marai, Sandor. 

DIE UNVOLLENDETE SYMPHONIE. 

Marble, Herbert G. 
MOMENTS . 

A TASTE OF SHERRY. 

WHICH ONE, MR. PAINE. 

Mareelli,. Augusto. 
SHALOM. 

Marchew, Lisa. 
LOS TEJEDORES. 

Marcus, Milton. 
FLORENCE. 

Marie r, John R. 
ADAMANT EVE. 

Marivaux, Pierre Carlet de 
Chamblain de. 
SEVEN COMEDIES BY MARIVAUX. 

Mark, Norman Barry. 
THE INTEGRATORS. 

Markley, Thomas D. 

DEEP IN THE HEART OF. 

Markoff, Florence. 

YOU'VE SAID IT A THOUSAND TIMES. 

Markoff, Mrs. Henry W. SEE Markoff, 
Florence. 

Markowitz, Lawrence S. 
NOAH. 

Marks (Edward B. ) Music Corp. 

JOYS OF YOUTH. (R) 
Marks, Ethel M. 

A MURDER MOST FOUL. 

Marks, Maurice. 

GHOST OF GLORY. (R) 

Marks, Stanley J. 

A MURDER MOST FOUL. 



Marks, Viola. 

CAT -0 -LOGICAL CONVERSATIONS. 

Marlis, Alan Philip. 

ARLES WELL THAT ENDS WELL. 

Marlowe, Scott. 

HEY CLOWN, WHERE'S YOUR FUNNY HAT. 

Marrero, Frank. 

THE TRIP TO DEATH. 

Mars, Bernard B. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS. 

Mars, Sonny. SEE Mars, Bernard B. 

Marsan, Jean, pseud. SEE 
Strett, Jean. 
Strett, Jean de. 

Marsh, Marlyn, pseud. SEE May, Evelyn. 

Marshall, Armina. SEE Langner, 
Armina Marshall. 

Martens, Anne Coulter. 

CATCHING UP WITH CHRISTMAS. (R) 
SONG IN THE WIND. 

Martin, Christine J. 
BLOOD GOLD. 

Martin, Constance May. 

FIFTY ONE -ACT PLAYS. (R) 

Martin, Francis B. 
THE CANDIDATE. 

Martin, Gary A. 
BALANCE . 

Martin, Gertrude Graves. 

THIRTY MINUTES WITH SCHUBERT. (R) 

Martin, Laura T. 
THE OUT EXISTS. 

Martin, Nancy Fales. 
DRACULA . 

Martin, Ruth. 
WERTHER. 

Martin, T., pseud. SEE Montague, Mar- 
tin. 

Martin, Thomas. 
WERTHER. 

Mascorietto, Jeddu R. 

EL TRANSPLANTE DE ALFKEDITO. 



SEE Bart, John H., 



Masing, Hedwig. 
pseud. 

Mason, Frederick Griswold, Jr. 

JOCASTA. 
Massucei, Josephine. 
PRETTY PLEASE. 

Matcha, Jack. 
THE COCK CROWS. 

Mate, Eugene. SEE O'Mate, J. Eugene. 
Mathews, Robert W. 

ALL DRESSED UP IN GRUBBIES. 
Mathews, Walter Hart. 

UP YOUR ASSETS. 

Mathias, Alice H. 
NEW ORLEANS. (R) 

Mathis, Sheila Marie. 
PERCUSSIONS OF SOUND. 

Matson, Norman. 

OLIVER HORTON. (R) 

Matson, Mrs . Norman . 
OLIVER HORTON. (R) 

Matthew, Bernard. SEE Ginsberg, 
Bernard Matthew. 

Matthews, Richard P. 
THAIS. 

Mattson, Jean M. 

THEY DO IT TO RATS. 



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Jan. — June 



Maugh, Peter, pseud. SEE David, 
Benjamin. 

Maulnier, Thierry. 

LA DEFAITE D'ANNIBAL. 

Mauriac , Claude . 
THEATRE . 

Maurier, George du. SEE Du Maurier, 
George. 

Mavor, Eric Ingrain. 

SUSANNAH AND THE ELDERS, AND OTHER 
PLAYS . (R ) 

Mavor, Osborne Henry. 

SUSANNAH AND THE ELDERS, AND OTHER 
PLAYS . (R ) 

Mavor, Rona Loch. 

SUSANNAH AND THE ELDERS, AND OTHER 
PLAYS. (R) 



Maxwell, Ronald F. 
THE ASSASSIN. 

May, Edna. SEE Christen, Edna M. 

May, Elaine. 

MIKEY AND NICKY. 

May, Evelyn. 

VIRGIN KOTLIE'S FOLLIES. 

May, Henry, Jr. 

HOW WE MAY HELP. 

MR. COOL, CALM AND COLLECTED. 
Mayakovsky, Vladimir. 

THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF VLADIMIR 
MAYAKOVSKY. 

Mayer. Paul Avila. 

JUST WHO ARE YOU CALLING HONEY. 
THREE HAND REEL. 

Mayorga, Margaret. 

TWENTY SHORT PLAYS ON A ROYALTY 
HOLIDAY. (R) 
Mazzone, Andrew B. 

BENTON REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT 
LECTURES. 

Meadows (W. R. ) Inc. 

SEALTIGHT PRESSURE RELIEF JOINT. 

Mebane, John Cummins. 
TORERO . 

Medi-Disc, Inc. 

CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE. 

DIURETIC THERAPY IN EDEMA. 

HYPERTHYROIDISM. 

INDUSTRIAL DISEASES OF THE LUNG, 

ACUTE DISORDERS. 
MYELOPROLIFERATIVE DISEASES, 

DIAGNOSIS OF THE MYELOPROLIFERATIVE 
DISORDERS. 

OSTEOPOROSIS, ETIOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS 
AND COMPLICATIONS. 

PANCREATITIS, NATURAL HISTORY AND 
DIAGNOSIS. 

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF ENDOTOXIC SHOCK. 

PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF INFEC- 
TIOUS DISEASES. 

RENOVASCULAR HYPERTENSION . 

RHEUMATIC AORTIC STENOSIS, PATHO- 
PHYSIOLOGY. 

Mehlinger, E. Aronson. 

VIOLET'S JUGGERNAUT. 
Meighan, Alvera B. 

BLENDS AND DIGRAPHS. 

CLASSIFICATION - OPPOSITES - SEQUENCE. 

INITIAL AND FINAL CONSONANTS. 

READING - WRITING READINESS. 

VOWELS. 

Meilhac, H. 

LA VIE PARISIENNE. 



Meiser, Edith. 

A LINE DOWN THE MIDDLE. 

Melville, Herman. 

BILLY BUDD AND THE CRITICS. 

Memory Development, Ltd. 

LEARNING THROUGH ASSOCIATION. 

Mendelsohn, Allan R. 
A PRESENT FOR JORDAN. 

Mertser, George Warren. 
AN AMERICAN LYRIC. 

Mercure de France. 

ROMEO ET JULIETTE. 
Merenbach, Floriene Goldeen. 
THE REHEARSAL. 

Meriwether (Arthur) Inc. 
FOR THE YOUNG LOVERS. 
THE GAP. 

I CAN DO IT ALONE. 
IT'S HAPPENING NOW, BABY. 
THE JOYFUL MYSTERY. 
HOLY NIGHT. 
ROMEO AND JULIE. 
THE UNMXXABLES. 

Merrill (Charles E.) Pub. Co. 

SIX EARLY AMERICAN PLAYS: 1793-1890. 

Merrill, Linda. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS. 
Merritt, Mai S. 

THIS WAY TO HEAVEN. (R) 
Metric Music Co. 

JOEY'S LETTER. 

JOEY'S PRAYER. 



Meta, Cecil C. 
Ceclle C. 



pseud. 



SEE Metzger, 



Metzger, Cecile C. 
COME IN, MEXICO. 

Metzger, Jeanine. 
L'ANNIVERSAIRE. 
LA BOUTIQUE. 
UN CHAT EST UN CHAT. 
LES EMPAILLES. 
LE GROS GATEAU. 
MARTHA DANS LA NUIT. 
PARDON MONSIEUR. 

Metzger, Wendell. 
THE DOGS. 

LOGGER MARKHAM AND THE WORLD. 
THE MURGATROYD INCIDENT. 
WAR AND WAR. 

Meyer, Arnold. 
BLEACH. 

Meyer, Deed. 

KISS, CHILDREN, KISS. 
MARQUEZA. 

Meyer, Helmut. 

KALONYMUS. 
Meyer, James H. 

MORNING MAN. 

Michel, Rimsa. 
HONK! HONK. 



Michele, Lorraine, pseud. SEE Seymour, 
Lorraine Michele. 

Mickelson, Martin S. 
THE ACCIDENT. 

Mid-America Webpress, Inc. 

PRODUCTION FORECASTING, SCHEDULING 
AND CONTROL. 

Middleton, Thomas. 
THE CHANGELING. (R) 

Miglionico, Ronald. 

CAUSE CITY JIM LOVES THE COUNTESS. 



Miles, Robert. 

FOUR O'CLOCK CHILDREN. 

Milio, Louis Romolo. 

FAITH, HOPE, AND CHARITY. 

Miller, Arthur. 
THE PRICE. 

Miller, Benson. 
TV LUCKY. 

Miller (Benson) International 
Television Enterprises. 
TV LUCKY. 

Miller, Clyde B. 
SIR ARNOLD TOPPS. 

Miller, Donald. 
EUGENE ONEGIN. 

Miller, Ingeborg M., trustee. 
THE PRICE. 

Miller, Jay. 

MY DARLING DAUGHTER. 
OBSERVATION. 

Miller, Laura Ann. 
THE CRICKET CRIES. 

Miller, Lenore. 
MARQUEZA . 

Miller, Rebecca. SEE Miller, Inge- 
borg M. , trustee. 

Millholland, Bruce. 

WITCH OF WALL STREET. 

Millholland, Charles Bruce. 
BOOKSHOP ON THE SQUARE. (R) 

Millman, Sidney Eugene. 

AROUND THE WORLD IN PARODIES. 

Mills Music, Inc. 
HELLO OUT THERE. 
THE LAST TALE. 

Milner, N. L. 

OH, MR. SVENGALI! NO, MR. SVENGALI. 

Mind, Renee. 
THE STROKE. 

Minet, Queenelle T. 
NELL GWYN IN HELL. 

Mipaas, Cyril I. 

OH, MR. SVENGALI I NO, MR. SVENGALI. 

Mir, Guillermo Hernandez. 

LA VIZCONDESA DE JORBALAN. 
Miramova, Elena. 

THEY GAVE BIRTH TO AN ANGEL. (R) 

Mish'alani, James Karam- 

MARKHEIM IN REHEARSAL. 

Mishima, Yukio. 
MADAME DE SADE. 

Mitchell, John D. 
UN FIL A LA PATTE. 

Mitchell, Loften. 

JULIUS SEES HERS IN ROME, GEORGIA. 

Mithois, Marcel. 
SAINT-DUPONT. 

Moates, Edward B. 

COWBOY'S PRAYER. 
Moats, Woodrow B., Jr. 

A STUDY IN BLACK AND WHITE. 

Modderno, Craig. 

DIAMONDS MAKE A WOMAN. 

Moe., Christian. 

MAKE HER WILDERNESS LIKE EDEN. 

Moger, Arthur I. 
FUNNY MONEY. 

Mohr, Harriet. 

A DOCTOR'S, THAT'S RIGHT. 



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Mohr, Joseph. 
OH LITTLE STAR. 

Moliere, pseud. SEE Poquelin, Jean 
Baptiste. 

Molnar, Ferenc. 

A KIRALY CSELEDJE. (R) 

Molnar, Lili Darvas. 

A KIRALY CSELEDJE. (R) 

Molohon, Kathryn Theresa. 

THE AMERICAN INDIAN AND URBAN ADJUST- 
MENT: TRILEVELLED IDENTITY AND THE 
CATALYSIS OF ORGANIZATION. 

Monarch Music Corp. 

THE CHIPMUNKS SEE DOCTOR DOLITTLE. 

Montague, Martin. 
THIS IS SOUL. 

Montefiore, Gene T. 

HUNGULA CHEECH. 
Monteverdi, Claudio. 

IL COMBATTIMENTO DI TANCREDI E 
CLORINDA. 

Montgomery, Robert H., Jr., trustee. 
FORTY CARATS. 

Montgomery 3 Robert Steven. 

PLAY. 
Montherlant, Henri de. 

LA VILLE DONT LE PRINCE EST UN 
ENFANT. 
Moody, Bryant. 
DESERT ANGEL. 

Moody, Joy B. 

MYSTICS OF THE ICE TEMPLES. 
Moon, Billie Jean Parker. 

THE TRUE STORY OF BONNIE AND CLYDE. 

Moon, Clinton E. 
UGLY FACED WOMAN. 

Moor, Edward, pseud. SEE Kornberg, 

Edward. 
Moore, Carroll. 

DADDY, DEAR DADDY. 
Moore, H. Thomas. 

X NOTES ON A PRIVATE MYTHOLOGY. 
Moore, Mary. 

THE HORSE OF TROY. 
Morales, Ronald. 

HYDE. 
Morantz, George. 
A NEW DAWN. 

Morey, Eve. 

OREGON MY OREGON. 
Morgan, Delane. 

A FAREWELL TO JANUS. 

Morgan, Sara Suzanne . 

LOVE IS A FOUR LETTER WORD. 

Morgenstern, Richard K. 

DON'T STEAL MY LOVE, MY LOVE. 
Morpurgo, Anna Selma Vinje- SEE 
Vinje-Morpurgo, Anna Selma. 

Morris, Dwight. 

MANANA IS ANOTHER DAY. (R) 

Morris, Thomas Baden. 

GILD THE MASK AGAIN. (R) 

Morrone, Vincente. 
THE DOG-GONE BOTTLE. 

Morrow, Vic. 
A WESTERN. 

Morse, Jack. 
SYBIL. 

Morse, Thomas M., pseud. SEE Berges, 
Max L. 

Morton, Neil. 

THE SUSTAINED INSPIRATION. 

Moskau, Paul T. 

SELF CORRECTING SPEECH TAPES. 



Mosman, Jone Allis.on. 
PROOFS POSITIVE. 

Moss, Arnold. 

BACK TO METHUSELAH. 

Moss (Terry) Productions. 

TRANSISTORS AND SOLID STATE. 

Moss, William L. 

TRANSISTORS AND SOLID STATE. 

Mossman, Timothy Arthur. 

THE TRAGIC LIFE OF GUSTAVE BECHI. 

Mt. Pleasant Burnt Hill Church, 
Williamstown, W.Va. 

TEL-RADIX REPORT ON THE CRUCIFIXION 
AND RESURRECTION. 

Mowatt, Anna Cora. 

FASHION. 
Mrozek, siawomir. 

TANGO. 

Mueller, Carl Richard. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN CENTRAL 
EUROPEAN THEATRE. 

Mueller, Don A. 

LOOK BACK TO THE HILL. 

Mueller, Donald A. 

CAN JOSEPH CHANGE THE INNKEEPER'S 
MIND. 

Mueller, Lisel. 

THE SALZBURG GREAT THEATRE OF THE 
WORLD. 

Muhl, Barbara Mary. 

REALITY AND RESPONSIBILITY. 
THE ROYAL ROAD TO REALITY. 

Mulherin, Erie McClintic. 
INSTANT TEA. 

Mulherin, Mrs. T. M. SEE Mulherin, 
Erie McClintic. 

Mullins, Larry Curtis. 
THAT MY LIFE'. 

Multer, Walton. 
FLAGS. 

Mundee, Jesse, pseud. SEE Delgadillo, 
Jesus Munoz. 

Mundis, Jerrold James. 

KING OF THE ICE CREAM MOUNTAIN. 

Muniz, Enrique, pseud. SEE Cabrera, 
Jose Antonio Gutierrez. 

Munn, Gary. 

CYRANO ON MAIN STREET. 

MUrphy, Michael M. 

RED CLOUD'S FAREWELL TO HIS TRIBE. 

Murray, Harry N. 

THE INVENTOR OF WORK. 

Muscariello, Oscar. 

TAKE IT FROM THE TOP, POP. 

Musil, Rosemary Gabbert. 
FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS. (R) 

Musser, Ruth. 
JOANNA . 

Myers, Elvis Lucas. 
BODY. 

Myers, Lucas. SEE Myers, Elvis Lucas. 



N 



Nager, Frieda B. 
DENTAL-MAGIC. 

Nancy Enterprises. 

THE STAR-SPANGLED GIRL. 

Naro Music. 
THIS IS SOUL. 

Nash, N. Richard. 

PARTING AT IMSDORF . (R) 

Nash, Ronald L. 
THE BLASPHEMERS. 



Nass, Elyse. 
REUNION '68. 
WASHINGTON SQUARES. 



Nast (Conde) Publications, Inc. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Nathanson, Tama Sarina. SEE Dayan, 
Tama Sarina. 

National Assn. of Electrical Distribu- 
tors. 
B. X. ROBBINS & FRIEND. 

National Council of Young Israel, New 

York. Women's League. 

BIALIK, SWEET SINGER OF ISRAEL. 

AN INVITATION TO THE BANQUET FEAST OF 
THE MESSIAH. 

DER REBBE ELIMELECH. 
National Gypsum Co. 

HOW TO HELP THE CUSTOMER. 

National Industrial Conference Board, 
Inc. 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE MIDWEST MARKETING 
CONFERENCE ... MARCH 26-27, 1968. 

Naughton, Louise. 
PRINCESS PREHAPS. 

Nauman, Charles Noel Waite . 
P 9- 



SEE Lillenas 



Nafzger, Nora. 
MISE EN SCENE. 
SMACK! CRACK! BASH! SMASH. 

Nagel, Clotilde. 
CUAUHTEMOC. (R) 

Nagel, Paul T., Jr. 

THE ADVENTURES OF HARRY AND ARLENE . 



Nazarene Pub. House. 
Pub. Co. 

Nebraska. University. Press. 
THE BACCHAE OF EURIPIDES. 
THE FAIR MAID OF THE WEST. 
THE KNIGHT OF THE BURNING PESTLE. 

Negrelli, Laura. 

LA PULCE D'ORO. (R) 

Neil- Music,- Inc. 
DEAR DAD. 

Nelson, Alice. 
WHY, MOMMY, WHY. 

Nelson, Harry William. 

OURS IS THE WORK. (R) 
Nelson, Marcus. 
CAFE 500. 

Nelson, Portia. 

THE SOUND OF CHILDREN. 

Nemethy, Emery. 

JUST LIKE IN REAL LIFE. 

Nemzer, Daniel Edward. 
THE CASTLE. 

Neola, Mari-jo. 
THE JESUS MAN. 

Nesbitt, Jim. 

CLEAN THE SLATE IN '68. 

Nesnow, Doris Sorell. 

THE AUCTION. 
Nestroy, Johann. 

ZU EBENES ERDE UND ERSTER STOCK. 

Neumann, Carl A. 

THE MONEY TREE. 
Nevill, Hugh. 

LOVE RIDES THE RAILS. (R) 
Nevill, Marjorie Morland. 

LOVE RIDES THE RAILS. (R) 



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Jan. — June 



Hew Dimensions in Education, Inc. 
THE SOUNDS OF DIMENSION 120. 

New York City Jaycees, Inc. 

JUST WHO ARE YOU CALLING HONEY. 

Newbern, Kenneth. 

OF PILGRIMS AND INDIANS. 
Newlartder, John Thof. 
FOCUS ON SEX. 

Newman, Gladys Eloise. 

I NEVER FOUND AN EASTER EGG. 
Newton, K. Fred. 

DRAPED IN THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE. 

Nichol, Al 

UMBASSA AND THE DRAGON. 

Nicholai, Bill, pseud. SEE Squier, 
Wilbur N. 

Nichols, Peggy Fulton. 

D TRAIN. 
Nickel, John J. 

CINDERELLA AND THE PLASTIC SHOE. 

Nicolais, Evelyn D. 
THE PEACEMAKERS. 

Nielsen, Carl. 
MASQUERADE. 

Nipper Sc Knox. 

THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS. 

Niranjan Bhagat. SEE Bhagat, Niranjan. 

Nochlin, M. Perry. 
CAUSE CELEBRE. 

Noell, Chuck. 

STAND OF LA SOLEDAD. 

Nolan, Charles W. 
THE NAME GAME. 

Nolan, Patrick J. 

BLUES FOR A HUNDRED YARDS. 

Noll, Bink. SEE Noll, Lou B. 

Noll, Lou B. 
THE FLAG. 

Nord, Myrtle S. 

TOMORROW = X2. 
Nord) Paul. 

THE TRIAL AND DEATH OF SOCRATES. 



o 



SEE Nord, 



Nord, Mrs. Warren E. 

Myrtle S. 
Nordahl, June 0. 
THE BLACK WIDOW. 

Nordoff, Paul. 

THE MASTERPIECE. (R) 

Norris, James. 

ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP. (R) 

North, Imogene Averial. 
THE VOICE OF RACHEL. 
Norwood, Dorothy. 
I'M COMING HOME. 
PASS ME NOT. 
THROW OUT THE LIFELINE. 
WHAT A FRIEND. 



Novello 8c Co. 
JONAH. 



Ltd. 



Noxon, Gerald F. 

PICTORIAL ORIGINS OF CINEMA NARRA- 
TIVE, THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY. 

Nugent, Maurice. SEE Gregory, 
Elizabeth, pseud. 

Nugent, Patrick. 
GYPSY ADVENTURE. 

Nusbaum, N. Richard. SEE Nash, 
N. Richard. 

Nuttall, Ann C. 

THE ADAPTED MACBETH. 

Nystrom, Richard E. 
NEW DIRECTIONS. 



Oakes, Wilbur. 

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF ENDOTOXIC SHOCK. 
Ober, Michael. 

A SIGN OF THE TIMES. 

Oboler, Arch. 

BACK TO THE INDIANS. (R) 

MR. GINSBURG. (R) 

MONEY, MONEY, MONEY. (R) 

SHE JUST COULDN'T SAY YES. (R) 

O'Brien, Conor Cruise. 
MURDEROUS ANGELS. 

O'Connell, Shaun. 

EXPOSITORY ENGLISH II. 

O'Connor, Frank. 
THREE HAND REEL. 

Oddie, Bill. 

I'M SORRY, I'LL READ THAT AGAIN. 

Odegaard, Ruth E. 

NOT BY BREAD ALONE. 

Odell, J. H. 

UNITED WE STAND. 

Odessa Dental Assn. 
THE QUEST. 

Offenbach, Jacques. 
THE TALES OF HOFFMAN. 

Ogden, Theodore E. 

THE RESIDENT ASSASSIN. 

O'Hara, Hamilton. 
KINDLY DR. JOHN. 

Oksman, George Timothy. 
THE SISTERS. 

Oksman, Timothy. SEE Oksman, 
George Timothy. 

O'Kun, Lan. 

THE LITTLEST ANGEL. 

Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp. SEE General Motors Corp. 
Oldsmobile Division. 

Oliphant, Robert T. 
JOIN HANDS. 
WHERE IT'S AT. 

Oliver, William I. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN SPANISH 
THEATRE . 

Ollington, Mark. 
THE MAGIC ISLE. 
TALES OF FANTASY. 

Olios, G. A. 

KINDLY KING KLOD OF HAM-ALOT. 

O'Mate, J. Eugene. 

THAT LITTLE OLD LADY FROM PASADENA. 

O'Neill, Joseph R. 

TRUST SEMINAR FOR COMMERCIAL BANK 
OFFICERS . 
Onesti, Gaddo. 

RENOVASCULAR HYPERTENSION. 

Opalach, Frederic Chopin. 

FAR AWAY FROM HOME. 
Opalach, Patricia Ellen. 

FAR AWAY FROM HOME. 



Opalach, Rick. 
Chopin. 

Opsata, Margaret Ann. 

THE GREAT CONSUMMATION. 
O'Reilly, James. 

THE BAKER'S DOZEN. 

Orff, Carl. 
PROMETHEUS . 



SEE Opalach, Frederic 



Orlando, Fritz von Herzmanovsky- 

Orlando. SEE Herzmanovsky-Orlando, 
Fritz von. 

Ormond, Ron. 

COWBOY'S PRAYER. 

O'Rourke, Pat. 

SHOT BE THE REDCOATS. 

Orr, Mary. SEE Denham, Mary Orr. 

Osborn, Charles S. 

MISS ALL-AMERICAN ROSE. 

Osborne, Kenneth. 
THE DRUG SET. 

Obborne, Kent. SEE Osborne, Kenneth. 

O'Shea, Milo. 

GERMAN MUSIC TEACHER. 

Ousley, Curtis. 

COOK-OUT. 
Ovanessian, Raymond. 

PIC ET PIOCHE. 

Owen, George J., Father. 

EL MISTERIO (EL SACRAMENTO) DEL 
BAUTISMO. 

Owett, Bernard. 
UP. 

Oxford University Press, Inc. 

EL CABALLERO DE LAS ESPUELAS DE ORO. 



P & P Enterprises, Inc. 

SELF CORRECTING SPEECH TAPES. 

Pae Urar, George. 
WHUTS A TEACHAH. 

Paesike (Erwin) Edition Majestic. 
DIE PERLE VON TOKAY. 

Page, Penelope Oakum. 

THE CARVELLE CART. 
Pagenstecher, Bernard. 
SURE SIGN OF SPRING. 
Pagnol, Marcel. 

THE BAKER'S WIFE. (R) 
LA FILLE DU PUSATIER. (R) 
PRIERE AUX ETOILES. (R) 

Paige, Ethel. 

MEETING ON NEW IDEAS AND NEW PRO- 
DUCTS . 

Paige, Rosalind. 

MEETING ON NEW IDEAS AND NEW PRO- 
DUCTS . 

Fallen, Lucile Calvert. 

THE STORY OF MARY MAGDALENE-. 

Pallenberg, Robert R. 
DIVYNYL. 

Pallenberg, Rospo. SEE Pallenberg, 
Robert R. 

Palloek, Ruth. 

SEEK AND YOU SHALL FIND. 

Palter, Lewis. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE MODERN ENGLISH 
THEATRE. 

Panetta, George. 

THE WAKE OF THE OLD MAN. 
Pankow, Eleanor. 

EASTER PROGRAM BUILDER, NUMBER 12. 

Pantis, Salvatore J. SEE Dean & Ferol 

Songcrafters. 
Papp, Joseph. 

THE FESTIVAL SHAKESPEARE LOVE'S 
LABOR'S LOST. 



Paquette, Jeannine . 
YOUR BUTLER, MADAM. 



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81 



Parachute to Paradise, Inc. 
PARACHUTE TO PARADISE. 

Paradise, Alma. 

THE CRUELEST MAN ON EARTH. 

Park, Phil. 

LA VIE PARISIENNE. 
Parker, Lester Richard. 
TILL YOU RETURN. 

Parker, Phyllis. 

THE FAITHFUL FRIEND. 

Parker, Temperance. 
ANGELA FEELS. 

Parks, Jerre Bryan. 
BORN FOR THE WORLD. 

Parlakian, Nishan. 

A MUSICAL VERSION OF HENRY FIELDING'S 
TRAGEDY OF TRAGEDIES. 

Parrish, John B. 

THE INTELLECTUALS AND POVERTY: CASE 
STUDY OF A CULT IN POWER. 

Pashley, Newton. 

THE GOOD SHIP HUMIDOR. 

Pasqualini Operating Co . , Inc . 
UNHOLY ALLIANCE. 

Patchett, Thomas. 

THE PATCHETT & TARSES SHOW. 
Pathway School. 

DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF THE 
CHILD WITH MINIMAL BRAIN DYSFUNC- 
TION. 
LIFE PLANNING FOR THE CHILD WITH 
LEARNING DISABILITIES: HOME, 
SCHOOL, COMMUNITY. 
TRANSLATING CONCEPTS INTO PROGRAM FOR 
THE BRAIN-INJURED CHILD. 



Patrick, John, pseud. 
John Patrick. 



SEE Goggan, 



Patrick, Joseph, pseud. SEE Lamb, 
Joseph Patrick. 

Paul, Margaret Bantz . 

FOR WHAT HIS HANDS HAVE DONE. 

THERE IS STILL TIME TO LIVE. 
Pauliny, Paul. 

CECILY, ONE SUMMER. 

Pauloz, Mary Lou. 

A PILL FOR EVERYTHING. 
Pauloz, Richard F. 

A PILL FOR EVERYTHING. 

Pauvert, Jean Jacques. 
LES BULLES. 
Pa vor , S . A . 

THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER AND HIS WIFE. 

Paxson, Omar. 
VERNA. 

Paxton, Scot. 
FASHION. 

Payne, Joseph H. 

TRUST SEMINAR FOR COMMERCIAL BANK 
OFFICERS . 
Payne, Robert. 

THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF VLADIMIR 
MAYAKOVSKY. 

Peach Music, Inc. 

BIRDS, BEES, GIRLS, AND STUFF LIKE 

THAT. 
BULL SESSION AT BULLS GAP. 
BULL SHOOTIN' . 
CLEAN THE SLATE IN '68. 
DIPPIN', CHEWIN', ACID AND POT. 
IN A STEW (CHICKEN THAT IS) 
INTOXICATED AUTOMOBILE. 
JAILBIRD . 
JUNIOR FOILS THE GAME WARDEN. 



JUNIOR TAKES TO THE AIR. 
OLD SWIMMIN' HOLE. 
SPORTS COMMON TATERS . 

Peck, Judith Sobel. 

I WISH I HAD A RECORD. 
THE PLAYGROUND. 
SEPARATE CARS. 
THE SHUTTLE. 

Peeling, Ruth L. 

CAPTAIN OTWAY BURNS, FIREBRAND OF 
1812. 

Pelfer, William J. 

LANDING OF PILGRIM FATHERS. 

Peirce, Morrie. 

SOMETHING TO LAUGH ABOUT. 

Peller, Robert. 

THE DAY LITTLE BILLY BECAME WILLIAM. 

Pelletier, Alex. 
MONSIEUR G.A. A X. 



Pelletier, Mrs. 
MONSIEUR G.A. 



Alex. 
A X. 



Pelletier, Kenneth Arsene. 
THE SISYPHUS STONE. 

Pellizzetti, Luigi. 

DISTRUZIONE TOTALE. 
Pena, Augustine M. 

THE NAME OF THE GAME IS SELL YOUR 
OWN HOME. 
Pendergrass, Raymond Edwin. 

THE ROAD TO THE CROSS. 
Pertgttiri B66ks, Inc. 

THE FIRST PART OF KING HENRY THE 

SIXTH. 
THE LIFE OF 'KING HENRY THE EIGHTH. 
PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE. 

THE SECOND AND THIRD PARTS OF KING 

HENRY THE SIXTH. 
THE TRAGEDY' OF TITUS ANDRONICUS. 

Penney (J. C.) Co., Inc. 

DESIGN FOR SUCCESSFUL SELLING IN 
DEPT. 73. 

Penzoldt, Giinther. 
MAX UND MORITZ. 

Pequod Productions, Inc. 
THE ELECTRIC BOX. 

Percy, Donna. 

ANGEL, UPSTAIRS. 

Percy, Edward, pseud. SEE Smith, 

Edward Percy, 
peretz, I. L. 

BONTCHE SHWEIG. 

THE GOLDEN SLIPPERS. 

Perlmutter, Leonard L. 
THE NEW MORALITY. 

Perros, Georges. 
THEATRE I. 

Perrucci, Andrea, pseud. SEE 
Ugone, Casimiro Ruggiero. 

Perry, Henry J. 

MORE BOOKS FOR THE BUCK, MORE BUCKS 
FOR THE BOOKS. 

Perry, Jack B. 

THE MAIN ATTRACTION. 

Peters, John E. 
THE RATFINK PLOT. 

Peters, Ronald T. 
IT'S MY TOWN. 

Peterson, Phyllis C. 
WANTED: A PRESIDENT. 

Petrella, Frank. 

PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN'S SOUL. 



Petrella, Frank Peter. 
PHKENETIQUE. 

Petrovich, Dusan. 
THE GOLDEN APPLE. 
Petry, Ann. 

A TRAIN TO THE STREET. 
Pfeiffer, Frank. 
THE MIRROR. 

Pheatt, Richard Cadwell. 

THE HUNDRED HELLS OF ABRAHAM 
LINCOLN. 

Philler, Henry A. 

I BELIEVE YOU, MR. KARMIKEL. 

Phipps, Thomas W. 
THE GROWNUPS. 

Pichler, Gustav. 

ZU EBENER ERDE UND ERSTER STOCK. 

Pilchik, Ely E. 

CONFLICT AND CONCORD. 
TOBY. 

Piller, Ruth Roberts. 

THE CAT THAT WAS CALLED WILHELMINA. 

Pinchak, Frank. SEE Pinchak, Seymore F. 

Pinehak, Seymore F. 
THE EXECUTIVE. 

Pinelli, Tullio. 

LA PULCE D 1 ORO. (R) 
Pintane, R. A. G. 

NEXT TIME, COME YESTERDAY. 

Piotrowski, Andrew. 
RECESS . 

Piscator, Erwin. 

THE GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK. 

Pitkow, Michael. 
ORGASM. 

Pitt, David G. 

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART ONE. 
HENRY THE FOURTH, PABT TWO. 
KING HENRY THE FIFTH. 
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 
Pitzer, Paul. 

LAMBS TO THE SLAUGHTER. 

Pizarro, Aurea. 
THE WAY TO LOVE. 

Pizarro, Isabel. 
THE WAY TO LOVE. 
Planemar Music Co. 
I'M COMING HOME. 
PASS ME NOT. 
THROW OUT THE LIFELINE. 
WHAT A FRIEND. 

Plato. 

THE TRIAL AND DEATH OF SOCRATES. 

Piatt, Frederick. 
THE FIRST DAY. 

Pletzke, Marvin Clarence. 

THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD. 

Ploetz, ,Thomas W. 
SOIREE. 

Plogstedt, Axel. 

DAS SPIEL VOM GROSSEN MANN. 
Podowitz, Steven. 

THE DINNER. 

Polistina, Anthony T. 

MOONBEAMS AREN'T FOR SAVING. 

Polito, Felice A. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN. 
Polito, Phillip. SEE Polito, Felice A. 

Pollock, Muriel.. 

MOLLY PITCHER. (R) 
Polten, Eric P. 

THE LAW WITHTN AND THE LAW WITHOUT. 



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Pompilio, Victor A. 

DOM BARI. 

THE FAMILY CROWN PRINCE. 

FATHER ANTHONY, THE SON OF MARY. 

GOLDEN SEEDS WARPED BY GREED. 

THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK. 

MADAM UOVO. 

MONEY IS NOTHING. 

MY PAW DONE LEARN 'T ME PROPER. 

PASTRY AND OLD FLAME. 

QUEST FOR LOVE. 

ROWENA . 

Pons, Jim. 

UMBASSA AND THE DRAGON. 

Pons j Maurice. 
MACBIRD. 

Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp. SEE General Motors 
Corp. Pontiac Motor Division. 

Pool, Larry D. 

A STUDY OF CLIENT DISCONTINUANCE IN 
THE APPLICATION PROCESS. 

Popeil Brothers, Inc. 

HARD SELL STEAMSET COMMERCIAL. 

Poquelin, Jean Baptiste. 
HOW DID IT HAPPEN. 
LE MISANTHROPE. 
THE MISER. 
LE TARTUFFE. 

Porat, Yoram. 
PREGNANCY. 

Portal Press, Inc. 

THE DAY LITTLE BILLY BECAME WILLIAM. 
UNITED WE STAND. 

Porter, Edward Sefton 
FIVE FLOORS DOWN. 

Porter, Howard Leonard. 

WHO WAS THIS MAN LINCOLN. 

Porter, Steven Clark. 
WILLIAM. 

Post, Ani. SEE Yazigi, Ani Post. 

Potter, Jack. 

THE GOVERNOR. 
Powell, Lorenzo. 

THE WITCH DOCTOR'S DANCE. 
Powers, Meta. 

MORE LIFE STUDIES. (R) 

Powers, Tom. 

MORE LIFE STUDIES. (R) 

Powers, Verne E. 

DANGEROUS DECISION. 

POwick, Hilda Benson. 
NO LONGER AT EASE. 

Poyser, Thomas 0. 

ARE PEOPLE YOUR PROBLEM. 

ES LA GENTE UN PROBLEMA PARA USTED. 

SIND' MENSCHEN EIN PROBLEM FUR SIE. 

LA SOURCE DE VOS ENNUIS, EST-CE LES 
AUTRES. 

Prabhavananda, Swami. 

WHAT IS RELIGION. 
Preble, Duane . 

WHERE IS YOUR BROTHER. 

Price, Naomi. 

THE GATEWAY TO A NEW LIFE. 

Prickett, Charles Oliver. 
PULSATING UNIVERSE #1. 

Prince Georges County (Md.) Board of 
Education. 
A POEM IS APPROXIMATELY. 



Pronto Music, Inc. 
COOK- OUT. 

prosen, Sidney. 
SHE SAID YES. 

Provost, Consuela M. 
THE CHRISTMAS HOLLY. 
FACES". 

Pruslin, Stephen. 
PUNCH AND JUDY. 

Puget, Claude. 

BROOK INTO RIVER. 
Pulaski, Charles A. 
THE LADY CONSENTS. 
THE MOTHER OF THE DIVORCEE. 

Pullman, Saul. 

LOWER THAN A COCKROACH. 

Pushkin, Alexander. 

EUGENE ONEGIN. 



Randall, Dick. 

BEACH BUMS ON WHEELS. 

COME OUT, COME OUT, WHOEVER YOU ARE. 

THE MARVELOUS LAND OF OZ . 

MEMOIRS OF A COXCOMB. 

MORE, A WOMAN. 



(R) 



Q. 



Quails, William H. 

MONEY MANAGEMENT FOR THE GOLDEN 
YEARS. 

Quiett, Kenneth Ray. 

MODERN MEMORY INSTITUTE. 

Quiett, Ray. SEE Quiett, Kenneth Ray. 

Quinn, Don. 

THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARD- 
ROBE. 

Quinn, Robert L. 
KNIGHT'S GAMBIT. 



R 



R&D Associates. 

DYNAMICS OF EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION. 

R. B. Productions, Inc. 

KINDLY KING KLOD OF HAM-ALOT. 

R.S.V.P. Music, Inc. 

THE SLIGHTLY IRREVERENT COMEDY OF 
RON CAREY. 
Racine, Jean. 

COMPLETE PLAYS . 

Ragusa, Andrea. SEE Vanni, S. F. 

Raimund, Ferdinand. 

DIE PHANTASIE KANN ALLES. 

Rakowitz, Eleanor. 
BE MY JELLYBEAN. 

Ramchand, T. K. 

BELIEVE IT OR NOT. 

Ramquist, Grace 

EASTER PROGRAM BUILDER, NUMBER 12. 

Ramrath, Gerhard . 
BLACK AND WHITE. 

Ramtar Productions. 
WID. 

Ramtar Productions. SEE Barnes, 
J. Howard K. 

Rand, John, pseud. SEE Reach, James. 

Rand, Louise, pseud. SEE Doran, Marie. 

Randall, Bob. 
PROPS I. 

Randall, Bob. SEE Goldstein, Stanley. 



Randall, John, 
James. 



pseud. SEE Reach, 



Randole, Evelyn. 

RACHEL, MY HEART IS READY. 

Randole, Leo. SEE Randole, Evelyn. 

Randolph, Zilner. 

TROPICS AFTER DARK. (R) 
Random, Darrell. 

OFFICER, I THINK THE EMPIRE STATE IS 
FOLLOWING ME. 

Ranson, Ernita Lascelles. 

LUCRETIA. 
Raphaelson, Samson. 

IN MY OPINION. (R) 

THE PEANUT BAG. 

Raposa, Robert. 

THE RAPOSA UNARMED SELF DEFENSE 
SYSTEM. 

Rappaport, Sheldon R. 

DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF THE 
CHILD WITH MINIMAL BRAIN DYSFUNC- 
TION. 

LIFE PLANNING FOR THE CHILD WITH 
LEARNING DISABILITIES: HOME, 
SCHOOL, COMMUNITY. 
TRANSLATING CONCEPTS INTO PROGRAM FOR 
THE BRAIN-INJURED CHILD. 

Rasey, Mildred G. 
PENROD. 

Rasin, Carrie. 

THE BALLAD OF KENNEDY. 
FIFTH PSALM OF SAINT CARROL. 

I'LL NOT STUDY WAR NO MORE. 

RECONCILIATION IN CHRIST. 
REVELATION IN SCIENCE. 
REVELATION OF SAINT CARROL - 1962. 
SEVENTH PSALM OF ST. CARROL. 
TENTH PSALM OF SAINT CARROL. 

THREE LITTLE PEOPLE OF 1962. 

A WARNING OF EVIL DOERS. 

Rattigan, Terence. 

ALL ON HER OWN. 
Raucher, Herman. 
BIXBY. 

PORTRAIT OF A FINK. 
SMILING, THE BOY FELL DEAD. 
WATERMELON MAN. 

Rauworth, Mary. 

SEXUAL CATHARSIS. 

Ravel, Aviva, pseud. SEE Rubalsky, 
Eva. 

Rawls, Eugenia. SEE Seawell, Eugenia 
Rawls . 

Rayburn, Joyce. 
CAT IN THE BAG. 

Raye, Gars on, pseud. 
FREAKOUT - FREAK-IN. 

Rayher, Phillip Brian. 

THE GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK. 
Raymond, Fred. 

DIE PERLE VON TOKAY. 
Raytheon Education Co. D. C. Heath & 
Co. Division. SEE Heath (D. C.) & 
Co. 
Rea, Brian F. 

ON-PREMISE INSTITUTE. 

Reach, James . 

COLLEGE DAZE. (R) 
GIRL SHY. (R) 



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HAUNTED THEATRE. (R) 

MR. AVERAGE AMERICAN. (R) 

MY COUSIN FROM TEXAS. (R) 

STREET OF DREAMS. (R) 

THERE'S ONE IN EVERY COMPANY. (R) 

TOP KICK. (R) 

WHEN WE WERE YOUNG. (R) 

Read, Mrs. David. SEE Read, Patricia 
Gilbert. 

Read, Patricia Gilbert. 

THE SONG OF BEING. 
Reade, Charles. 

THE CLOISTER AND THE HEARTH. (R) 
PHANTOM GENTLEMAN. (R) 

Ready, Stuart. 

I WANT TO BE AN ACTOR. (R) 
Reardon, Dennis J. 

THE INCREDIBLE STANDING MAN AND HIS 
FRIENDS. 

MINUET AND TRIO. 

Reavey, Jean. 

TEN TON TOYS. 
Redding, Edward C. 

ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN. 

Redman, Crosby E. 

DESIGNS IN DRAMA. 
Reed, Joel M. 

LOVE IS HAPPENING. 

THE SPIRIT OF ANGEL. 

STAGE MOTHER. 

Reed, Richard Steele-. SEE 
Steele-Reed, Richard. 

Reemsnyder, Marlene M. 
THE BOMB AT KALAAR. 

Reese, Mark Allan. 

A SMALL CIRCLE OF INFINITY. 

Reeves, Jim. 

YOURS SINCERELY, JIM REEVES. 

Reeves (Mary) Inc. 

YOURS SINCERELY, JIM REEVES. 

Regan, Sylvia. SEE Ellstein, Sylvia 
Regan. 

Regberg, Scott Lee. 
DOWN NORTH. 

Regenbaum, Kenneth. 
BRING ME MY BRA. 

Regents of the University of Wisconsin. 
SEE Wisconsin. University. Regents. 

Regier, Marie J. 

BUT MOTHER--. (R) 
Reich, John. 

THE SALZBURG GREAT THEATRE OF THE 
WORLD. 

Reicheld, Allen Lyle. 
AND AMERICA LISTENED. 

Reid, Don. 

SURE SIGN OF SPRING. 

Reid, Don. SEE Reid, Donald W. 

Reid, Donald W. 

WYNKEN, BLYNKEN AND NOD IN NOOM. 

Reiraann, Hans. 

THE GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK. 

Reimann, Hobart A. 

PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF INFEC- 
TIOUS DISEASES. 
Reinheimer, Howard E. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE. (R) 

MY SISTER EILEEN. (R) 

Reis, Barbara B. 

TWO OF EACH KIND. 

Reiser, Anna. 

THE SENSITIVE. 
Reiser, Robert. 

BROTHER YOU'RE NEXT. 



Reisman, Judith. 

THE GREAT ADVENTURE. 

Reiter, Gerry. 
KIDDIE KINGDOM. 

Relfe, Berniece H. 

THE LADY WITH THE BLACK BUTTON SHOES. 

Rentier, Martin E. 

BOEING 727 SYSTEMS COCKPIT CONTROLS 
AND INDICATIONS. 

Research Council, Buddha's Universal 
Church, Buddha's Universal Founda- 
tion. SEE Buddha's Universal 
Foundation, San Francisco. Buddha's 
Universal Church. Research Founda- 
tion. 

Reyher, Loren D. 

MURPHY. 
Reynolds, Shirley. 
WHITHER FOOTBALL. 

Reynolds, Mrs. Verne B. SEE 
Reynolds, Shirley. 

Rice, Barbara. 

FLIGHT TO THE WEST. (R) 
Rice, Elmer. 

FLIGHT TO THE WEST. (r) 

Rice, John A. 

FLIGHT TO THE WEST. (R) 

Rice, Judith. 

FLIGHT TO THE WEST. (R) 
Rice, PaUl. 

PLIGHT TO THE WEST. (R) 

Rice, Robert. 

FLIGHT TO THE WEST. (R) 

Richard, Mae. 
PUNCHINELLO. 

Richardson, James T. 

FROG. 

THE TIRED MAN. 
Riehman, Sol. 

LAUGHINGLY YOURS. 

ROY'S CORNER. 

Richmond, Virginia. 

TAKE FAST, GIVE SLOW. 

Richter, Clara S. 

A KNIGHT FOR A NIGHT. 

Ricordi (G,) & C, S.P.A. 
LUKREZIA. (R) 

Riddle, George. 
A TOUCH OF HUMOR. 

Rieser, Allan. 
THE DANCERS. 
HAND IN HAND. 

Riggan, Nancy. 

THE BUTTON GAME. 

THE RELUCTANT PSYCHIATRIST. 

THE WHAT-DO-YOU-THINK MAN. 

Riggan, Richard. 

THE BUTTON GAME. 
Riley, Lawrence . 

RETURN ENGAGEMENT. (R) 

Ringwood, Gwen. 

THE ROAD RUNS NORTH. 

Ripley, Jack. 

THE WALL OF SILAS STONE. 

Rivero, Eliana Suarez-. SEE Suarez- 
Rivero, Eliana. 

Rivers , Joan . 

DON'T DRINK THE WATER. 

Rizzo, Joseph M. 

COWBOY IN THE CLOSET. 

Rizzuto, Gerald John. 

DIALOGUES, ROUTINES AND INTERVIEWS. 

Robbins, Charles. 

THE MOST WANTED WOMAN. 



Robbins, Jane Maria. 
DEAR NOBODY. 

Robbins, Nina S. 
GOODBYE, BEVERLY. 
THE TWO GENERALS. 
VIS A' VIS. 

Roberts, Edward Barry. 

MARRIAGE IS NOT FOR THE MASSES. 

Roberts, Helen Emma. 
DRAFTEE'S DILEMMA. 

Roberts, Ruth. SEE Piller, Ruth 
Roberts. 

Robertson, E. Arnot. 

THE STRANGERS ON MY ROOF. 

Robinson, Allan. 
FUNNY MONEY. 

Robison, David V. 

MY LITTLE BOY, MY BIG GIRL. 

Robison, Naomi S. 

MY LITTLE BOY, MY BIG GIRL. 

Rodeheaver Co. 

ASSURANCE OF PARDON. 
THE GOLDEN IMAGE. 

Rogers, Dick. 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT KNOWN. 
Rogers, Norman H. SEE Classic Text 

Tapes. 

Rogers, Samuel Shepard . 
LA TURISTA. 

Rohmann, Christopher. 

BROTHER YOU'RE NEXT. 
Roland, Wayne. 

LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS. 

Rom, Benny . 

THE BOY WITH THE GREEN GLOVES. 

Romano, Ralph. 
SEW WHAT'S NEW. 

Romberg, Sigmund. 

NEW ORLEANS. (R) 
Rone 11, Ann. 

MARTHA. 

Roof, James B. 

MACGILLYCUDDY'S RUBAIYAT. 

Roome, Derek, pseud. SEE Empringham, 
Douglas R. 

Rorem, Ned. 

MISS JULIE. 
Rose, Reginald. 
DEAR FRIENDS. 
Rosenbaum, Ben. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN FINDS A GHOST. 

Rosenberg, Edgar. 

DON'T DRINK THE WATER. 

Rosetree, Benjamin, pseud. SEE 
Rosenbaum, Ben. 

Rosoman, Art. 

THE ROAD RUNS NORTH. 

Rosow, Belle. 
THAT ONE DAY. 

Ross, Charles. 

BEACH BUMS ON WHEELS. 

MEMOIRS OF A C0XC0M3. 

MORE, A WOMAN. 

Ross, David Michael. 

LOCKED IN HOPELESSNESS. 



Ross, Michael. 

BABY NEEDS A NEW PAIR OF SHOES. 

Ross, Robert Stuart. 
CRY OF THE ORGAN. 
DEATH OF THE COLONEL. 



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Ross j- William. 
U.N.I.T.-5. 

Rossini, G. 
OTHELLO . 

Rostand, Edraond . 

CYRANO DE BERGERAC. 

Rosten, Robert. 

TICKET TO CONTENTMENT. 
Roth, Gary Franklin. 

EVERYBODY CRIES IN APRIL. 

Rotstein, Janet Stevenson. 
LYSISTRATA. 

Rouverol, Aurania. 
YOUNG APRIL. (R) 

Rouverol, William S. 
YOUNG APRIL. '(R) 

Rouverol, William Spence . 
YOUNG APRIL. (R) 

Rowan, Irwin. 

MAN'S REACH. (R) 

Rowe, Margaret Jaques. 
GAY PHILANDERER. (R) 

Rowland, Beryl. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 

Rowley, William. 

THE CHANGELING. (R) 

Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H. 
MAX UND MORITZ. 

Rozene, Jack. 
MR. AMAZING. 

Rubalsky, Eva. 

WHAT'S YOUR NAME. 
Rubens j Ronald Fredric. 

THE GREAT MAGILLA. 

Rubin, Ruth. 

YIDDISH FOLKSONGS OF SOCIAL SIGNIFI- 
CANCE. 

Rubins, David S. 

FUN ON BROAD STREET. 

Rudd, Bernard. 

THE BRIDGE GAME. 

Rudd, Enid. 

THE BRIDGE GAME. 

Ruggieri, Samuel. 
THE GIFT. 

Rumbold, Zoe Akins. 

BROOK INTO RIVER. (R) 
Rush, James J. 
FEIS. 

Rush, Richard B. 

TAM. 
Russ, Joanna. 

THE INNER CIRCLES. 

Russell, Bobbye. SEE Durrett, 
Bobbye Russell. 

Russo, Armand H. 
THE WORLDCLOWN. 

RUsso, Camilla Cantalupo. 
THE SONG OF THE SHEPHERDS. 

Russo, Camilla Lupo. SEE 
Russo, Camilla Cantalupo. 

Rutman, Leo. 

AMERICA IN HEAT. 
WHERE IS CHE GUEVARA. 

LOVE IS GONE WITH THE WINDOW. 

Ryan, William. 

PREVENTIVE SERVICES IN THE SOCIAL 
CONTEXT: POWER, PATHOLOGY AND PRE- 
VENTION. 



Ryerson, Florence. SEE Clements, 
Florence Ryerson. 

Ryerson, Hal. 

MORALITY CLAUSE. (R) 

Ryker, Lois. 

LOVE MAKES THE HEAD GO 'ROUND. 



Sabath, Bernard. 

THE PARSLEY OF LIFE. 

TRAVELER IN A FOREIGN LAND NAMED 

MONEY. 
THE TRIAL OF THE OLD MAN. 

Sabreen,- Richard. 

LAURA. 

Sackler, Howard. 

THE GREAT WHITE HOPE. 
St. Anthony's Guild, Paterson, N.J. 
THE COMING OF THE KING. (R) 

St. Carrol, pseud. SEE Rasin, Carrie. 

Saint Germain Press, Inc. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED ASCENDED 
JESUS CHRIST. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED DADDY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED ELOHIM 
ARCTURUS . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED MASTER SAINT 
GERMAIN. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BLESSED ASTREA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BLESSED LANTO. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY GREAT BELOVED LORD THE 
MAHA CHOHAN. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY MIGHTY BLESSED 

BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY MIGHTY PRESENCE 

LISTENING ANGEL. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY MIGHTY VICTORY. 

Saint Jean, Michel, pseud. SEE Ballin, 
William C. 

St. Joseph, Ellis. 

A PASSENGER TO BALI. (R) 

Salerno, Henry F. 

ENGLISH DRAMA IN TRANSITION, 
1880-1920. 

Sales Consultants International, 
Inc. 

TECHNIQUES EMPLOYED BY SALES CONSUL- 
TANTS INTERNATIONAL AND MANAGEMENT 
RECRUITERS INTERNATIONAL IN OVER- 
COMING BASIC OBJECTIONS'. 

Salminen, Nils R. 

HERE COME THAT JUDGE. 

Salser, Carl W. 

LETTER WRITING FOR THE OFFICE. 



Salzberg, Marvin. 

A MUSICAL VERSION OF HENRY FIELDING'S 
TRAGEDY OF TRAGEDIES. 

Samberg, Benjamin. 
GOLDEN AGE HOUR. 



Samples, Junior. 

BIRDS, BEES, GIRLS, AND STUFF LIKE 

THAT. 
BULL SESSION AT BULLS GAP. 
BULL SHOOTIN ' . 

DIPPIN', CHEWIN', ACID AND POT. 
IN A STEW (CHICKEN THAT IS) 
INTOXICATED AUTOMOBILE. 
JAILBIRD . 

JUNIOR FOILS THE GAME WARDEN. 
JUNIOR TAKES TO THE AIR. 
OLD SWIMMIN' HOLE. 
RELUCTANT DRAFTEE. 
SPORTS COMMON TATERS. 

Sanchez, Jose Luis. 

EL DOMINIO DE LOS ESPIRITUS SOBRE LOS 
VIVOS . 
Sandburg^ Carl. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN - THROUGH ALL THE 
YEARS. 

Sanden, Frances H. 
ABRAHAM. 

Sanderson, Paul E. 

AIRMAN'S INFORMATION MANUAL. 
OXYGEN SYSTEMS. 

Sanderson Films, Inc. 

AIRMAN'S INFORMATION MANUAL. 
OXYGEN SYSTEMS. 

Sandholzer, Terry Alan. 
BUT, CAN YOU SING. 

Sanguineti, Edoardo. 
PASSAGGIO. 

Santanastaso, Calvin F. 
LESS THAN NINE MONTHS. 

Santo, Cal, pseud. SEE Santanastaso, 
Calvin F. 

Santos, Joseph. 
UNHOLY ALLIANCE. 

Saroyan, William. 

BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE. (R) 

HELLO OUT THERE. 

MY HEART'S IN THE HIGHLANDS. (R) 

PEOPLE WITH LIGHT COMING OUT OF 

THEM. (R) 
PING-PONG GAME. (R) 

SUBWAY CIRCUS. (R) 

Sattin, Albert. 

DRUG ABUSE IN AMERICAN SOCIETY. 

Satuloff, Robert. 

X NOTES ON A PRIVATE MYTHOLOGY. 

Saudek, Robert. 

THE NEW HUMANITIES AND THE 21ST CEN- 
TURY. 

Savage, Peter, pseud. SEE Petrella, 
Frank Peter. 

Savin, Marcia. 

THE FEAST OF TSOURRIS. 

Sawn, David, pseud. SEE Davidson, 
George C. 

Saxel, Bernard. 

UN CHAT EST UN CHAT. 
Scanlan, John. 

TIBERIUS . 

Scanlon, M. E. 
HELP. 

Schafer, Richard Lewis. 
BUT, CAN YOU SING. 

Schaffer, Sanford. 
HEY, LIFEGUARD. 

Schaid, Elaine. 

LEND ME YOUR HEART. 



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85 



Schaid, Mrs. R. J. SEE Schaid, Elaine. 

Schankman, Benjamin M. 

LADY WHO CAME TO STAY. (R ) 

Schantl, Susan. 
WOYZECK. 

Sehifalacqua, Joanna. 
THE ESTABLISHMENT. 

Schiller j Rose Leiman. 
THE UNDERGROUND BIRD. 

Schisgal, Murray. 
FIVE ONE ACT PLAYS. 
LOUIE. 

SENT OUT INTO THE WORLD IN A 
CONFUSED STATE OF MIND. 

Schmidt j Gary E. 
VOICES . 

Schmidt, Louis. 
AU SOLEIL D'OR. 

Schneider, Carolyn Roy. 
MORE THAN A DAY. 

Schneider, Patricia V. 
THE WAKE. 

Schnell, Frieda Z. 

NATIONAL HANDICAP. (R) 

Schoch, Esther Hedwig, 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN - THROUGH ALL THE 
YEARS. 

Schofield, John E. 
OH LITTLE STAR. 

Schohl, William F. 
THE DORM. 

Scholastic Magazines, Inc. 

SHAKE HANDS WITH SHAKESPEARE. 

Scholl, Ralph. 
A FABLE. 

Schott & Co., Ltd. 
ARDEN MUST DIE. 

Schottland, Roberta Ellen. 
IS MARVIN. 

Schott 's (B. ) Sbhne. 
ALRAUNE. 
PROMETHEUS . 

Schpaschinsky. SEE Shpazhinskii, 
Ippolit Vasilevich. 

Schubert, Franz. 

THIRTY MINUTES WITH SCHUBERT. (R) 

Schulz, Charles M. 

YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN. 

Schulze, Diane Louise. 

PARASOLS AND BUGGY -WHIPS. 

Schulze, Robert John. 

PARASOLS AND BUGGY -WHIPS. 

Schwab, Allen. 

LAMBS TO THE SLAUGHTER. 

Schwartz, Alex. 

THE IDIOT SAVANTS. 

Schwartz, Barry N. 

THE FOUR FATES OF BARNEY TELLER. 
Schwartz, Joel Allen. 
TILT. 

Schwartz, Morris. SEE Schwartz, 
Sumor, pseud. 

Schwartz, Sumor, pseud. 
THE SMALL TOWN. 

Schwartz, Susan. SEE Schwartz, 
Sumor, pseud. 

Schweitzer, John C. 

A VARIETY OF SHORT PLAYS. 

Schwoy, Bruce C . 

THE COBWEBBED AISLE. 



Scott, Bernice. 
THE OTHER ROAD. 

Scott, Joseph. 

PLAYSONG FOR A CROWDED ROOM. 

Scott, Joseph, pseud. SEE Kirland, 
Joseph. 
Scott, Robert Merrit. 

VASCAR . 
Scott, Robert Norman. 

JESUS CHRIST, THE SON OF MAN. 
Screen Gems-Columbia Music, Ihc . 
RED CLOUD'S FAREWELL TO HIS TRIBE. 

Seribners (Charles) Sons. 
A VARIETY OF SHORT PLAYS. 

Sea-Lark Enterprises, Inc. 
EXP. 

Sears, William R. 

HOW PEOPLE COMMUNICATE. 

Sears & Co. 

HOW PEOPLE COMMUNICATE. 

Sears, Roebuck & Co. 

THE BIGGEST OPERATION COUNTDOWN IN 
HISTORY. 

Seawell , Eugenia Rawls. 

FANNY KEMBLE, HER LIFE, HER LETTERS. 

Second City, Inc. 
FAMILY REUNION. 
MUSEUM PIECE. 
THE PROTEST MARCHERS. 

Seeley, Robert B. 
BIG BILL. 

Segerberg, Osborn, Jr. 
PARADISE LOST. 

Segreto, Louis. 

THE NAME OF THE GAME IS SELL YOUR 
OWN HOME. 
Seidman, Stanley. 

THIS FUNKY GUACOMOLE BUSH. 

Select Theatres Corp. 

HELLZATOOTIN. (R) 

HULLABALLOO. (R ) 

KEEP FLYING. (R ) 

OFF THE RECORD. (R) 
Selinger, Norman R. 

TELEVISION ORIGINATION SYSTEM 
CONSIDERATIONS. 

Seller, H. Richard. 

PONTIAC PEOPLE. 
Seller, Robert H. 

DIURETIC THERAPY IN EDEMA. 

Sells, Albert. 
CABBAGES. (R) 

Selters, Evelyn Bumpus. 
ALL THAT I AM. 

Senior, Edward. 

BEANIE. 
Senoret, Octavio. 

UNDER THE VOLCANO. 

Sentinel Records. 

THE BIBLE IN LIVING SOUND. 

Sesto, Salvatore Del. SEE Del Sesto, 
Salvatore. 

Seuil, Editions du. 
LA BAYE. 
IL EST ARRIVE. 

Seymour, Lorraine Michele . 

MAKE MINE WITH ONIONS. 
Sgro, Vincent Carmen. 

EVERYBODY CRIES IN APRIL. 

Shakespeare, William. 
THE ADAPTED MACBETH. 
THE FAMOUS HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF 
KING HENRY THE EIGHTH. 

THE FESTIVAL SHAKESPEARE LOVE'S 
LABOR'S LOST. 



THE FIRST PABT OF KING HENRY THE 
SIXTH. 

HENRY THE' FOURTH, PART ONE. 

HENRY THE' FOURTH, PART TWO. 

HENRY VI, PART THREE. 

KING HENRY THE FIFTH. 

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF KING JOHN. 

THE LIFE OF KING HENRY THE EIGHTH. 

THE LIFE OF TIMON OF ATHENS. 

MACBETH. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 

MID -SUMMER. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 

PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE. 

THE RED PENCIL. 
ROMEO AND" JULIE. 
ROMEO AND JULIET. 

ROMEO ET JULIETTE. 

THE SECOND AND THIRD PARTS OF KING 
HENRY THE SIXTH. 

SHAKE HANDS WITH SHAKESPEARE. 

TITUS ANDRONICUS . 

THE TRAGEDY OF KING LEAR. 

THE TRAGEDY OF TITUS ANDRONICUS. 

Shalett, Lew. 

THE SHELDON-CLAIRE PROGRAM OF SUPER- 
VISORY DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYEE 
MOTIVATION. 

Shallenberger, John B. 

LECTURE SERIES ON THE BOY CHOIR. 

Shallway Foundation. 

LECTURE SERIES ON THE BOY CHOIR. 

Shannon, Irene. 

CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH. 
Shapiro, Leonardo. 
BROTHER YOU'RE NEXT. 

Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc. 
EXACTLY LIKE YOU. (R) 
IF YOU KNEW SUSIE. (R) 
IN THE MOOD. (R) 
LONELY ACRES. (R) 
THE MEM'RY OF A ROSE'. (R) 
A NIGHTINGALE SANG IN BERKELEY 
SQUARE. (R) 

PLAY THAT BARBER SHOP CHORD. (R) 
THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET. (R) 
SWEETHEART OF ALL MY DREAMS. (R) 

Sharkey, Jack. 

BOYS WILL BE GIRLS. 

Sharpe, Eileen C. 

NOTHING PERSONAL. 



SEE Dumdei, 



Shaw, Faith, pseud. 
Mrs. Leo. 

Shaw, George Bernard. 

BACK TO METHUSELAH. 

Shaw, Harold M. , Jr. 

UP WITH BALLOONS AND DOWN WITH LOLLI- 
POPS. 

Shaw, Harriet Jean. 

YOU GOTTA BE KIDDIN' . 

Shaw, John . 
CORINTHIANS . 

Shaw, Ralph A. 

HYPERTHYROIDISM. 
Shaw, William C. 

WHAT EVERY MAN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT 
WOMEN. 

Shawnee Pre s s , Inc . 
THIS IS MY COUNTRY. 



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Jan. — June 



Shearer, William Laurence. 
SWORDS OF THE SUN. 

Sheckley, Robert. 
IS MARVIN. 

Sheehan, Joseph A. 
A MAN FAIRLY TESTED. 

Shelby, Dorothy Bell. 

THE BABY THAT DIDN'T DIE. 

Sheldon-Claire., Inc. 

THE SHELDON-CLAIRE PROGRAM OF SUPER- 
VISORY DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYEE 
MOTIVATION. 

Shepard, Sam, pseud. SEE Rogers, Sam- 
uel Shepard . 

Shepherd, Edward Clarence, IV. 
HONEST JOHN. 

Sheratsky, Rodney E. 

THE CREATIVE ARTS: FOUR REPRESENTA- 
TIVE TYPES. 

Sherby, Edward. 

HUGGER-MUGGER OVER $1.67. 
THE MILLION DOLLAR CORPSE. 

Sherman, Alida. 
THE DUMMY. 

Sherman, Harold. 
NOT UNTIL. 

Sherman, Reed. SEE Sherman, Robert N. 

Sherman, Robert N. 

ALICIA, YOU SPELL IT WITH INDELIBLE. 
BLOOD IS THICKER THAN A NEPHEW'S 
SKULL. 

DOES A GATOR CHOKE ON THE GRASS OF 

HUMAN KINDNESS. 
LORI IS THE WORD FOR A REAL JAZZ 

BABY. 
NOW THAT I'VE FOUND YOU AM I STILL A 

RELATIVE. 
ONE GOLD TOOTH IS A FORTUNE, TWO 

IS TROUBLE. 

WATER, WATER EV'RYWHERE. 

Sherry, Rex T. 
THE MARBLE GAME. 

Sherwood, Madeline H. 

AN AMERICAN CRUSADER. (R) 

Sherwood, Robert E. 

AN AMERICAN CRUSADER. (R) 

Sherwood, Robert Steiner. 
AUNT MARISKA. 

Shiffer, Harvey A. 

REMARKS AND AD LIB MATERIAL BY DOG- 
TYPE PERSON SNIFFLES TO MEN'S SERV- 
ICE CLUBS. 
SCRIPT MATERIAL, ITEMS 1 THROUGH 
10 FOR TELEVISION, ABC, THE NEWS 
HOUR, BAXTER WARD, DAILY. 

WE FIRST AMERICANS ALL HAVE A LOT IN 
COMMON . 

Shipman, Willie C. 
IT WENT THATAWAY. 

Shipton, Paul F. 
THE SCORPION. 



ShishRov, Stefan. 
NAVRUKH VELIKDEN. 

VELIKlfATU PLAMUK. 



Sholera, Helen Fay Lubin. 
A GREAT SADNESS. 
PERHAPS, FOR ETERNITY. 

Shopen, pseud. SEE Dychtwald, Yoram. 

Short t, Grace. 

THROUGH THE EYES OF YOUTH. 



Shpazhinskii, Ippolit Vasilevich. 

DIE ZAUBERIN. (R) 
Shrode, D. A. 

A FLOWER IS TO REMEMBER. 

Shrode, Pete. SEE Shrode, D. A. 

Shubert, John. 

HELLZATOOTIN . (R) 
HULLABALLOO. (R) 
KEEP FLYING. (R) 
OFF THE RECORD. (R) 

Shumaker, David. 

FOR GOD AND COUNTRY AND MISS CORRINE. 
THE LAYING- IN OF MISS DELIA. 



Shure, Robert. 
FUGUE IN C FLAT. 

Sibley, Jacqueline Hall. 
THAT CERTAIN AGE. 

Sibley, Jacqueline Langdon. 
Sibley, Jacqueline Hall. 

Sieben, Pearl. 

JOLIE. 
Siebert, Elaine May. 
HER IMAGINARY MAN. 

Siege, Lexington, pseud. 
Jerome R. 

Siegel, Ethel Lazarus. 
HOROSCOPE . 



SEE Harmacek, 



Siegel, Jack. 

YOU CAN'T TRUST ANYBODY OVER THIRTY. 

Sigismondi, AldO. 
SPEECH. 

SPEECH FOR COLLEGES & LECTURE TOURS. 
THE SPIDER AND THE MARIONETTES. 

Sigur jdnsson, jdhann. 
FIRE AND ICE. 

Sikorski, K. G., Buhnen- & Mus ikver lage. 
MOLIERE. 

Silber, Robert Bernard. 
THE SECRET SHARER. 

Silk, Leonard S. 
VEBLEN. 

Silva, Norman R. 
SPIDER IN THE JUG. 

Silva, Willetta W. 

THE SCHOOL DAZE OF THE LEARNING 
DISABILITY CHILD. 

Silverman, Treva. 

DON'T DRINK THE WATER. 

Sllvis, Donahue B. 
RHINEMAN'S SEVEN. 

Simister, Florence P. 
STREETS OF THE CITY. 



Simmon, Louis, 
Charles. 



pseud. SEE Simon, Louis 



Simon, Louis Charles. 
WOYZECK. 

Simon, Malvln. SEE Simon, Peter Malvln. 

Simon, Neil. 

THE STAR-SPANGLED GIRL. 

Simon, Paul. 

TASTE FOR VIOLENCE. 

Simon, Peggy. 

GYPSY ADVENTURE. 
Simon, Peter Malvin. 

DON JUAN IN HOSANNAH. 
Simon, Richard Keller. 

THE PASTURELAND IS FULL OF BONES. 

TIGERS IN RED WEATHER. 

Simons, John Townes, Jr. 
PINOCCHIO. 

Simpson, Mrs. D. E. 
STRANGERS' GOLD. (R) 



Simpson, N. F. 

SOME TALL TINKLES. 

Sims, Thelma McCarver. 
SIX YEARS IN NEW SALEM. 

Singer, Joseph. 

I'M OLSON, YOU'RE KRIBBEL. 

Singleton, Donald L. 
THE SHADOW OF A MAN. 

Sisson, Charles Jasper. 
TITUS ANDRONICUS. 

Skelton, Geoffrey. 
ARDEN MUST DIE. 

Slon, Sidney. 

WELCOME HOME, DEAREST LOVE. 



SEE Small, Marsha. 



Small, Mrs. John H. 
Small, Marsha. 

THE ALII OF THE ISLAND. 

Smalley, Webster L. 
TASTE FOR VIOLENCE. 

Smiley, Charles W. 
IT'S A FREE COUNTRY. 

Smith, Artemis, pseud. SEE Vinje- 
Morpurgo, Anna Selma. 

Smith, Betty. SEE Finch, Betty Smith. 

Smith, Billy H. 
HIDEAWAY SALOON. 

JUDAS. 

WACO ROSE. 

Smith, Caleb. SEE Chandler, Jerry T. 

Smith, Chester Leo. 

ONLY A KING (PART II - RASHAMON 
REVISITED) : THE INCREDIBLE TRAGIC 
HISTORY OF THE INCREDIBLE RELATION- 
SHIP OF HAAKON CHEVALIER AND J. 
ROBERT OPPENHEIMER. 

Smith, Donald Wayne. 

LOCKED IN HOPELESSNESS. 

Smith, Edith Ingram. 

ALCOHOLICS PHENOMENOUS. 

Smith, Edith L. I. 
MARGOTS' MILLIONS. 

Smith, Edward Percy. 

LADIES IN RETIREMENT. (R) 

Smith, Frances Heath. 
SURPRISE, PARTY. 

Smith, Gene M. 

THE BLACK TOWER SANITARIUM. 

Smith, Glenn Allen. 
HANSEL AND GRETEL. 

Smith, Gopher, pseud. SEE Lairsey, 

Thomas E. 
Smith, H., pseud. SEE Benedict, 
Stewart H. 

Smith, Harriet Louise. 
HUDSON'S BAY MAN. 

Smith, Helen Krebs. 
HUDSON'S BAY MAN. 

Smith, Marc P. 

LAMENTATION ON A HIGH HILL. 

MATTATHIAS OF MODIN. 

Smith, Peter Joseph. 

BINEEN'S WAKE. 

THE ENLIGHTENMENT OF OTHERS BY WILL 
SKUFFEL. 
Smith, Phillip. 

SHAKE HANDS WITH SHAKESPEARE. 

Smith, Stephan. 
UGLY FACED WOMAN. 

Smith, Terry Alan. 

WELCOME TO CINCINNATI. 



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Smith, Thomas Erskine. 
DO -DAD. 

Smith, William 0., Jr. 

SERVICING TECHNIQUES FOR WATERPROOF- 
ING WATCHES. 

Snider, Florine R. 

THREE DAYS BEFORE TOMORROW. 

Sniffles. SEE Shiffer, Harvey A. 

Sniffles, a Dog-type Person. 
SNIFFLES, THE DOG-TYPE PERSON 
SPEAKING PROXY-TYPE TO THE 
OPTOMISTS SAYS. 

Sniffles, Dog-Type Person Foundation. 
REMARKS AND AD LIB MATERIAL BY DOG- 
TYPE PERSON SNIFFLES TO MEN'S SERV- 
ICE CLUBS. 

SCRIPT MATERIAL, ITEMS 1 THROUGH 
10 FOR TELEVISION, ABC, THE NEWS 
HOUR, BAXTER WARD, DAILY. 

Sniffles, Dog-Type Person Foundation, 
Inc. 
SNIFFLES, THE DOG-TYPE PERSON 

SPEAKING PROXY-TYPE TO THE 

OPTOMISTS SAYS. 

Sniffles Wildlife Club. 

WE FIRST AMERICANS ALL HAVE A LOT IN 
COMMON . 

Snyder, Burton. 

IF YOU WERE ONLY RICH, HARRY. 
THE PENALTY FOR BEING SLOW. 

Snyder, Gloria P. 
HARDSHIPS. 

Snyder, Richard M. 
BLACKJACK. 

Sofian, Sheila Coutts. 

THE HOUSE AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD. 

ISLAND. 

Solomon, Lawrence N. 

INTERPERSONAL EXERCISES FOR SMALL 
GROUPS . 

Solomon, Samuel. 
COMPLETE PLAYS. 

Somerfeld, Robert.. 
BLUES FOR BILLY. 

DIALOGUE FOR WOMAN AND TRUMPET. 
FUNNIN' . 

THE LATE, LATE, LATE, LATE, SHOW. 
THE PROJECTION ROOM. 
RESPITE. 

Soupault, Philippe. 

LES CHAMPS MAGNETIQUES. 

Southeastern Recording Co. of America, 
Inc. 
THE AMERICAN DREAM. 

Spalding, Hobart A. 
DON RODRIGO. 

Spearing, Mona. 

THE SENSITIVE PLANT. 

Spearing, Mrs. Thomas. SEE Spearing, 
Mona. 

Spears, Doug. 

WAY OUTER SPACE. 

Spector, Morris. 

PLANNING, HOT AND COLD. 

Spencer, James. 
WHAT GOVERNS YOU. 

Spencer, Sara. 

LITTLE WOMEN. (R) 

Sperry Rand Corp. 

THE TOTAL COMMUNICATIONS STORY. 



Sperry Rand Corp. Univac. 

THE TOTAL COMMUNICATIONS STORY. 

Spiegel, David M. 

THE GREAT GINZBURG PLOT. 

Spinelle, Thomas F. 
THE GURU OF GRAFFITI. 
THE NAME OF BENEDETTI. 

Spivack, Morris Redman. 
THE SCHOOL OF ATHENS'. 

Squier, Wilbur N. 
THE HARDTOP RUG. 

Squire, Roger. 

CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD. 

Squire, Roger L. 

THEY DON'T EVEN BOTHER. 

Sreejith, pseud. SEE Ramchand, T. K. 

Staab, Jane. 

THE END OF THE CIRCLE'. 

THE MISSING NOTE. 



Staff, Enid. 

NOT LIKE OTHER MEN. 

Stafford, William T. 

BILLY BUDD AND THE CRITICS. 

Stambler, Peter Lane. 
THE DELIVERANCE. 

Stampalia, Catherine M. 
LADYBUG'S GARDEN. 

Stanback, Thurman W. 

A SMALL VOICE IN THE SILENT ARENA. 

Stanton, Ken, pseud. SEE Engel, 
Lyle Kenyon. 

Stanwix House, Inc. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 

A MIDSUMMER" NIGHT'S DREAM. 

THE TRAGEDY OF KING LEAR. 

Stapper, Sylvia. 
SECOND CAREER. 

Star in, Dennis. 

THE WITCH OF HAY GROUND. 

Starkweather, William C. 
TO SHARE THE BITTER END. 



SEE Boyajian, Cecile 



Starr, Cecile. 

Starr. 
Starr, Marie. 
HAWK'S BROOD. 



Stearns, Harry J. 
WHY WE ARE HERE. 

Steckman, Howard Alfred. 

THE ADVENTURES OF FORD PIERCE, MIL- 
LIONAIRE CRIMINOLOGIST AND PRO- 
TECTOR OF THE VERY VERY RICH. 

Steele-Reed, Richard. 

NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR PERSONAL 
PROPERTY. 

Steiger, Anita. SEE Vizney, 
Steven M. , pseud. 

Steiger, Elaine. SEE Vizney, 

Steven M. , pseud. 
Steinberg, Bernhard. 
THE AXE AND THE MACE. 

MIRRORS IN THE FOG. 

Steinbrecher, Alexander. 
BRILLANTEN AUS WIEN. (R) 

Steiner, Leo Watman. 
OH BILLY, OH TOMMY. 

Steinmetz, Urban G. 

RESPONSIBLE FAMILY PLANNING. 
SEX EDUCATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL 

STUDENTS . 
TOWARD MARRIAGE. 



Stempin, Robert Leon. 

ANNIE, THE STORY BEHIND HELEN KELLER 
Stendahl, Brita. 

ON THAT DAY. 
Stephenson, Jim Bob, 

THE ENCHANTED TOY SHOP. 

Stephenson, Lucy Chase. 
THE ENCHANTED TOY SHOP. 

Stern, Ruth L. 

ODYSSEY ON THE HOME FRONT. 

Stevens, Henry Bailey. 

MOTHER WHITTIER'S MEETING. 

Stevenson, Janet. SEE Rotstein, Janet 
Stevenson. 

r 

Stevenson, Robert Louis. 
AFTER YOU, MR. HYDE. 
HYDE. 

Stevenson, Sarah E. 

UNNA AND THE BEAR- PRINCE. 

Stewart, Dorothy Rood. 

MOLLIE O'SHAUGHNESSY. (R) 

Stewart, Douglas C. 

A DAY, A NIGHT & A DAY. 

Stewart, James M. Thomas.. 

THE LEGEND OF ILLINOIS: ABRAHAM 
LINCOLN, THE MAN WHO SAVED THE 
UNION. 

Stewart, June Bertie Gary. 

THE LEGEND OF ILLINOIS: ABRAHAM 
LINCOLN, THE MAN WHO SAVED THE 
UNION. 

Stewart, Linda Ashton. 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. 
Stewart, Michael.. 

BYE BYE BIRDIE. 

HELLO, DOLLY. 

Stieper, Donald R. 
WISH YOU WERE HERE. 

Stockham, Linda J. 
THE BLUE FEATHER. 

ON THE BLIND. 

Stockham, Robinson. SEE Stockham, 
Linda J. 

Stocklen, Helen Ssitter. 
MITE BOX CLINIC. 

Stoker, Bram. 
DRACULA . 

Stokle, Norman. 
LOVE ON THE RACK. 

Stoller, Esther. 

THE MAGIC PICTURE FRAME. 

Stone, Helaine Gabertovich. 
WHEN LOVE GROWS SWEET. 

Stone, Jesse. 
HORATIO. 

SPEECH ON CONTINUITY GAME DELIVERED 
TO SYLVIA MUSIC CO. 

Stone, Martin. 
ARTHUR! ARTHUR. 

Stone, Paul A. 

ARBITRATION STUDY 1. 

Stonebarger, Charles William. 
A'. LINCOLN. 

Stork, Charles Wharton. 
ALCIBIADES. 

Storm, Theodor. 
PUNCHINELLO. 

Story, Van Dyck. 

THE MYSTERIOUS WATERMELON. 
Straight, Michael W. 
CARAVAGGIO . 

Strait, Ralph. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS. 



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Straw, Arlein Ford. 

BENT TWIGS. 
Stray er j Helen. 

THE BOUNTY. 

Streitfeld, Elaine. 

DANCER IN AN ART GALLERY. 

Strett, Jean. 

INTERDIT AU PUBLIC. 

Strett, Jean de. 
LE FERE GORIOT. 

Striker, Francis. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Strindberg, August. 
MISS JULIE. 

Stringfellow, Broome. 
YOUR OWN FLESH. 

Stroud, Albert Ben. 

THE EASTER CHALLENGE. 

Stroud, Nancy H. 

BIG WEDDING. 
Stu-pid Music, Inc. 
LOVE & FAMILY. 
MY FIRST DATE. 
NO SMOKING PLEASE. 
PUERTO RICO' HOLIDAY. 
TURKEY TIME ETHIOPIANS. 

Stuart, Ellen. 

DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT. 

Stuart, Jay. 

THE MINK CAPER. 

Stubblefield, Ruth J. 
EL HA J J MALIK. 

Stubby, Captain, pseud. SEE Fouts, 
Tom C. 

Stukas, William B. 

THE PLUCKING OF THE EAGLE. 

Sturtevant, Robert. 
UP. 

Suan-Lumia, pseud. SEE Lumia, Susan. 

Suarez, Gabriel Moreno-Burgos. 
INTRANSIGENCIA. 
PROCESOS A MIGUEL SERVET. 

Suarez-Rivero, Eliana. 

EL CABALLERO DE LAS ESPUELAS DE 0R0. 

Subbiondo, Joseph. 

BLUES FOR A HUNDRED YARDS. 

Suesse, Dana. 

LENGTH OF OUR DAYS. 
TONIGHT WE DO IT WITHOUT THE NET. 

Sufrin, Herb. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS. 
Sullivan . 

THIRTY MINUTES WITH THE PIRATES OF 
PENZANCE. (E) 

Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour. 
DAN DESTRY'S DILEMMA. 

Sullivan, John Thomas. 

DEATH, A MIME FOR BEARING. 

Sullivan, L. M. SEE Sullivan M. 

Sullivan, M. 

THE OTHER GEORGE. 

TROMPE L'OEIL. 

Sullivan, Thomas. 
John Thomas. 

Summer, Richard J. 
CARINGS . 



SEE Sullivan, . 



Sutherland, Donald. 

THE BACCHAE OF EURIPIDES. 

Sutten, Arthur Joseph. 
TIN LIZZIE. 

Sutten, Elaine M. 

TIN LIZZIE. 
Sutton, Evelyn C. 
THE HARD WAY. 

Swain, Russell. 

WYNKEN, BLYNKEN AND NOD IN NOOM. 
Swan, Christopher. 

NADIA. 

Swanson (Gloria) Enterprises, Inc. 
QUEEN KELLY. 

Swedenborg, Emmanuel. 

HEAVEN AND ITS WONDERS AND HELL. 

Sweetkind, Morris. 

TRAGEDY, HISTORY AND ROMANCE. 
Swensen, Polly R. 

HOW COURTLY LOVE CAME TO GALINGALE 
IN FRIAR TOM'S RELIC BAG AND DE- 
PARTED SURREPTITIOUSLY ON HORSE- 
BACK. 

Swetland, Carolyn. 

SWEETLY THE BUDAPEST BUM. 

Swortzell, Lowell. 

A PARTRIDGE IN A PEAR TREE. 

Sydoriek, Thomas. 

TELL IT TO ME LIKE IT IS, VIRGIL. 

Sylvester, James John. 

THE BOLIVIAN GOVERNMENT'S SECRET 
SURROUNDING THE DEATH OF ERNESTO 
CHE GUEVARA AND ITS JEOPARDY OF 
THREE LIVES. 

Synge, John M. 

THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD. 

Syracuse University. 
ALCIBIADES. 

Szekely, Suzanne. 
FOR THE TIME BEING. 

Szogyi, Alex. 
INTERMEZZO. 



Szulc, Alexander, pseud. 
Alexander F. 



SEE Schultz, 



Summers, Norman. 

CONFLICT AND CONCORD. 

Sunenshine, Ruth. SEE Lopert, 
Ruth S. 



TV Gems, Inc. 

LET'S TAKE A TRIP. 
PLAYBACK. 

Taccolini, Kathleen Ann. 
THE ELF HIMSELF. 
Taft, Joseph H. 
THE INHERITOR. 

Taharlev, Yoram. 
RABENU GOREN. 

Taikeff, Stanley. 
THE COILED SPRING. 

Talbot, Alfred Julian. 

BAILEY'S CROWDED HOUR. (R) 

Talesnik, Ricardo. 
LA FIACA. 

Tanz, Eugene Robert. 
BECKER Sc BURNS. 
LAFFERTY CHEVROLET. 

PHILADELPHIA- CAMDEN METRO CHEVROLET 
DEALERS kl CLUB. 

Tapia, William, pseud. SEE Wall, 
William Paul. 

Tar, pseud. SEE Barnes, J. Howard K. 



Tarkington, Booth. 

PENROD. 
Tarmon, Doretta. 

TOMORROW'S ANOTHER DAY. 

Tarr, Justin, pseud. SEE Barnes, 
J . Howard K . 

Tarses, Jay. 

THE PATCHETT & TARSES SHOW. 

Tasso, Torquato. 

AMINTA . 

IL COMBATTIMENTO DI TANCREDI E 
CLORINDA. 
Taylor, Donald D. 

A BIRD WHO STAMPED ON AIR. 

Taylor, Hiram Edwin. 

THE PENNILESS PRINCE. 
Taylor j James. 

WALK DOWN MY STREET. 

Taylor, Ken. 
THE DECISION. 

Taylor, Mary Elizabeth. 

IT WAS A LOVELY MEETING. (R) 

Taylor, Richard G. 

YANKEE BILL'S CHRISTMAS ON THE 
BOWERY. 

Tazewell, Charles. 
THE LITTLEST ANGEL. 

Tedegri. 

MOLLY PITCHER. (R) 

Telford, Frank. 

THE BAMBOO SAUCER. 

Tell, Pincus W. 

GIVE IT BACK TO THE INDIANS. 

GIVE IT TO THE GIRLS. 

Tennant, Georgina. 

HOW DO YOU SEE YOURSELF. 

Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron. 
IDYLLS OF THE KING. 

Teref enko, Thomas . 
AXE TO GRIND. 
SIMEON. 
TINKLE TINKLE. 

Terell Music Co. 
THE PEACE FLOW. 

Terlecky, Nikola j. 

FLUCHT AUS DEM SPIEL. 

CARMEN FROM KENOSHA. (R) 

Terrell, George C. 
FOLLOW THE LEADER. 

MARGUERITE . 

Terry, Marjorie A. 
THE WARD MEETING. 

Terry, Marjorie A. Gilchrist. 
MOTH. 

SEEDS. 

Terry, Megan. 
JACK- JACK. 

Terry, Robert. 
THE PEACE FLOW. 



Terry, Robert. SEE Terell Music Co. 

Terry, Sylvia, pseud. SEE Stapper, 
Sylvia. 

Thackeray, William Makepeace. 

THACKERAY'S THE ROSE AND THE RING. 
Thackray, John. 
TWAT. 

Thane, Adele. 

PLAYS FROM FAMOUS STORIES AND FAIRY 
TALES. 



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Theme Productions, Inc. 

[THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN SOUL] 
WE WILL LIVE TOGETHER OR PERISH LIKE 
FOOLS. 

Thieme, Bernard. 
DIE SECHSTE FRAU. 

Thirteen Productions, Inc. 

THE HANDWRITING ON THE WALL, THE 

SOUNDS OF GRAFFITI. 
PARDON ME, SIR, BUT IS MY EYE 
HURTING YOUR ELBOW. 

HOW TO CREATE 'CRIMINALS AND INCREASE 
THE CRIME RATE. 
Thomas, Clara. 

KING HENRY THE FIFTH. 

Thomas, Leroy, Jr. 

THE LORD DON'T LOVE UGLY. 

Thomas, Louis J. 
VICTORIA. 

Thomas, Stephen, pseud. SEE 
Tymoshek, Stephen. 

Thomas, Werner. 
PROMETHEUS . 

Thomas, William E. 

SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN. 



Thompson, C. SEE Thompson, William 

Clarence, Jr. 
Thompson, Robert J. J. 

THE GRAB BAG. 

OH, 'DEM GOLDEN SLIPPERS. 

SUSIE IS A GOOD GIRL. 

Thompson, William Clarence, Jr. 
ANGULAR DUET. 

Thomson, Allan. 

THE PRIMROSE PATH. 

Th6rarson, Agnar. 
FIRE AND ICE. 

Thuna , Le onora . 

AFTER YOU, MR. HYDE. 

THE NATURAL LOOK. 

SHOW ME WHERE THE GOOD TIMES .ARE. 

Thurschwell, Harry. 
BOBSY (TEACHAPOPPIN) 

Tildon, J. Tyson. 

LAMB AND GRAPE LEAVES. 

Tlllinghast, Buck Elton. 
COMPROMISE PLEASE. 

Tinning, Fred C. 

CHARACTERISTICS OF INNER CITY 
CLIENTS . 

Tinsley, Byron. 

THE BUTTERFLY PALACE. 

Tinsley, Glen Louis, Jr. 
TALK TIME. 

Tobias, Fred. 

GEMS OF BURLESQUE. 

Toch, Ernst. 

THE LAST TALE. 

Todd, Margaret Flynn. 
THE STORY OF A PICTURE. 

Torrens, Elsa. 

LOVE IS NOT A GAME. 
Torretta, Charles L. 

DUCK, THE GARLIC'S FLYING. 

Torrigiani, Uccio Esposito-. SEE 
Esposito-Torrigiani, Uccio. 

Townsend, David. 

MY FAIR LADY GOES WEST. 

Tracey, William. 

EXACTLY LIKE YOU. (R) 
IF YOU KNEW SUSIE. (R) 



IN THE MOOD. (R) 
LONELY ACRES. (R) 
THE MEM'RY OF A ROSE. (R) 

A NIGHTINGALE SANG IN BERKELEY 
SQUARE. (R) 

PLAY" THAT BARBER SHOP CHORD. (R) 

THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET. (R) 

SWEETHEART OF ALL MY DREAMS. (R) 

Trahey, Jane. 

RING ROUND THE BATHTUB. 

Trapnell, John. 

PANCREATITIS, NATURAL HISTORY AND 
DIAGNOSIS. 

Trapp, Vernon L. 
HIRING A MAID. 

Travis, Thomas K. 

T.V. COMMERCIAL FOR X BRAND 
CIGARETTES . 

Trecate, Gualtiero Ferrari-. SEE 
Ferrari-Trecate, Gualtiero. 



Tymoshek, Stephen. 
ABIGAIL. 

MOMENT OF DECISION. 
THE SCHEME OF OTTO YATES. 



SEE Ferrari- 



Trecate, Luigi Ferrari- 
Trecate, Luigi. 

Tretick, Gordon A. 
WAITING. 



Trevens, Francine. 

THE AUDITION AND THE BETROTHAL. 
ESSENCE OF PITY. 

YOU CAN LOOK WITH YOUR EYES BUT 
YOU SEE WITH YOUR HEART. 

Trevens, Francine L. 

THE MINI-MAGIC HEIRESS. 

Trewhela, Ralph. 
WRITER'S CRAMP. 

Trinin, George. 

NOTHING PERSONAL. 
Troianello, Sylvio B. 

HOUSE DETECTIVE. 

Trustman, Alan R. 
BLACK ON WHITE. 

THE COOK. 

Tschaikowsky, Peter Ilieh. 
DIE ZAUBERIN. (R) 

Tsikniadopoulos, Anastasios. 
MIDNIGHT AT TIMES SQUARE. 

Tucker, Madge. 

MOLLY PITCHER. (R) 

Tuckett, Guin Ream. 

IT'S MY LIFE. 
Tugend, James. 

THE CHANGING MAN. 

Tunberg, Karl A. 

MAI KONTRI TY OP TI. 

Turiak, Russell. 
DO WHAT YOU WANT. 

Turmail, Dick. 

ONCE UPON A HARVEST-TIME. 

Turner, Robert K., Jr. 

THE FAIR MAID OF THE WEST. 

THE SECOND AND THIRD PARTS OF KING 
HENRY THE SIXTH. 

Twain, Mark. 

FOLLOW THE LEADER. 

Twomey, Kathleen Greeley. 
MARCO POLO. 

Tyc, Eugene Depold. 

BEANSPRUCHE DEINE FREIHEIT. 
CLAIM YOUR FREEDOM. 

Tyler, Regina c. 

AN EXERCISE TO PROVIDE AUDITORY 
TRAINING ON THE SOUNDS OF SHORT 
E AND SHORT I. 



u 



Ugone, Casimiro Ruggiero. 

THE SONG OF THE SHEPHERDS. 
Uhrig, George. 

THE SUMMER AMELIA EARHART DISAP- 
PEARED . 
Uhrig, Mary. 

THE SUMMER AMELIA EARHART DISAP- 
PEARED. 

Unart Music Corp. 
LOVE & FAMILY. 
MY FIRST DATE". 
NO SMOKING PLEASE. 
PUERTO RICO HOLIDAY. 
TURKEY TIME ETHIOPIANS. 

Underwood, Ralph, pseud. SEE Reach, 

James . 

Underwood, Sophie Kerr. 

IT WAS A LOVELY MEETING. (R) 

Union of American Hebrew Congregations. 
CONFLICT AND CONCORD. 

Univac Division, Sperry Rand Corp. 
SEE Sperry Rand Corp. Univac. 

Universal Edition, A.G. 
AUSGELIEFERT . 

DIE KLINGEL. 

DIE NACHT VOR SARAJEWO. 

DIE NONNEN. 

SELL UND FIN. 

DAS SPIEL VOM GROSSEN MANN. 

VARIATIONSSPIEL". 

Universal Edition (London) Ltd. 
IL COMBATTIMENTO DI TANCREDI E 
CLORINDA. 

DIE LICHTUNG. 

DIE HIMMELSMECHANIK. 

PASSAGGIO. 

PUNCH AND JUDY. 

Universal Publicizers, Inc. 
LEAD-INS TO TV COMMERCIALS. 



University of Chicago. 
University. 



SEE Chicago. 



University of Nebraska Press. SEE 
Nebraska. University. Press. 

unsain, J, M. Fernandez. 
THE TRIP TO DEATH. 

Upham, Thomas Carlton. 
THE UNFINISHED TASK. 

Upper Peninsula Family Life Bureau. 
RESPONSIBLE FAMILY PLANNING. 

SEX EDUCATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL STU- 
DENTS. 

TOWARD MARRIAGE. 



Urban, Doris Eileen. 
GIN AND BRANDY. 



Urban, Eileen. 
Eileen. 



SEE Urban, Doris 



Ursini, Gary Lawrence. 

AND THERE IS NOTHING AGAIN. 

Ustinov, Peter. 

THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER AND HIS WIFE. 



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Jan. — June 



V 



Vadas, Melinda Margaret. 
GIN AND BRANDY. 

Vahanian, Gabriel. 
THE PROBLEM OP GOD. 

Vail, Lee. SEE Black, Lea Vail. 

Valencia productions. Inc. 
LAST DAY OF THE WAR. 

PURSUIT TO VALENCIA. 

Valency, Maurice J. 

THE THRACIAN HORSES. (R) 

Valis, Theodore. 

THE BIRTH OP NEUTRON. 

Vallee, Jean Claude. 
A SOI-MEME. 

Vallejo, Antonio Buero. SEE Buero 
Vallejo, Antonio. 

Van Atta, W. L. 
NICKY. 

Van Deusen, Prank. 
ACTING SCHOOL. 

Van Druten, John. 

OLD ACQUAINTANCE. (R) 

Van Dyke, May. 

THIRTY MINUTES WITH SCHUBERT. (R) 

THIRTY MINUTES WITH THE PIRATES OF 
PENZANCE. (R) 

Van Gluck, Stephen. 

THAT GENTLEMAN FROM VIENNA. (R) 

Van Itallie , Jean Claude . 
WAR AND FOUR OTHER PLAYS. 

Van Laun, Henri. 
LE MISANTHROPE. 

LE TARTUFFE. 

Vanni , S . F . 
AMINTA . 

Van Tassel, Wesley. 
THE MAGIC ISLE. 
TALES OF FANTASY. 

Varga, Bob. 

THE MAGIC POUCH. 

Vedanta Society of -Southern California. 
WHAT IS RELIGION. 

Veiller, Bayard. 

SECRET WEAPONS. (R) 

Veiller, Marguerite. 
SECRET WEAPONS. (R) 

Vendig, Irving. 

THE HIDDEN FACES. 

HOW TO BE HAPPY WHILE BREATHING. 

Vendig (Irving) Associates, Inc. 
THE HIDDEN FACES. 
HOW TO BE HAPPY WHILE BREATHING. 

Verroca, Steve. 
DO WHAT YOU WANT. 

Vidal, Gore. 
WEEKEND. 

Vidal, Victoria. 

THE BLISTER SISTERS. 

Vidette, John. 
THE RETURN TRIP. 

Vidor Publications, Inc. 
THE WALL OF SILAS STONE. 

Vilan, Demetrios . 
MADAM LIZABETH. 



Vilela, Alejandro. 

EN UN RINCON DE MI AMERICA. 

Vincent, Wayne, pseud. SEE Smith, 
Donald Wayne. 

Vincy, Raymond, pseud. SEE Ovanessian, 
Raymond. 

Vines, Carolyn. 

EDWARD THE MEAT EATER AND OTHER 
PLAYS . 
Vinje-Morpurgo, Anna Selma. 

AN EVENING WITH ARTEMIS SMITH. 

Vinley, Dennis Jason. 
MOON IN PISCES. 

Virginia City Music Co. 

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT KNOWN. 

Vito, Ron De. SEE De Vlto, Ron. 

Vizney, Steven M., pseud.. 
THE CHRISTMAS COURIERS. 



Vogel, Julius, pseud. 
Julius . 



SEE Fogel, 



Volkswagen of America, Inc. 

THE VW FORMULA FOR INCREASED SALES 
AND INCOME. 

Volman, Mark. 

UMBASSA AND THE DRAGON. 

Von Flotow, F. 
MARTHA. 

Von Herzmanovsky-Orlando, Fritz. SEE 
Herzmanovsky-Orlando, Fritz von. 



SEE Hofmanns- 



Von Hofmannsthal, Hugo, 
thai, Hugo von. 

Von Ronke 1 , Rip . 
THE BAMBOO SAUCER. 

Von Stroheim, Erich. 
QUEEN KELLY. 

Voss, Kitty Colette Keepers. 
COME WITHIN MY HEART. 

Voss, Kitty Keepers. 

GHOST TALES AND HAUNTED HOUSES. (R) 

KITTY'S HIGH SCHOOL ASSEMBLY 
BROADCAST. (R) 

Vreeland, Frank. 

YOUNG IN HEART. (R) 

Vukelich, George. 

A HAPPENING ON THE RIVER. 



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Wacker, Robert, Jr. 

IT'S ALL FOR THE KIDS. 

Waddell, Jack Neel. 

THE QUANTUM-ELECTRON THEORY. 

Wade, Richard H. 
PINOCCHIO. 

Wadsworth Pub. Co., Inc. 

BILLY BUDD AND THE CRITICS. 

Wagner, Paul R. 

MAN OF THE YEAR. 
Wake, F. R. 

FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION: DATING AND 
SEX BEHAVIOR - ADOLESCENCE. 

Waldrop, Neal A., III. 
LABYRINTH. 

Wales, Hugh G. 

SERVICING TECHNIQUES FOR WATERPROOF- 
ING WATCHES. 

Walkenhorst, Wayne C. 

PRODUCTION FORECASTING, SCHEDULING 
AND CONTROL. 

Walker, C. Lester. 

MAN GOETH TO HIS LONG HOME'. 



Walker, Dolores. 
RECESS . 

Walker, William Stearns. 
A SACK FULL OF GOLD. 

Wall, Charles Caswell, III. 

MANIPULATING NUMBERS MENTALLY. 

Wall, William Paul. 
THE PURPLE MINK. 

Wallace, Eva. 

BOUNTY WOMAN. 
Wallack, Susan. 

YES. 

WaHner^ Max. 

DIE PERLE VON TOKAY. 

Walpole, Anne. 

I KNEW MISS KEARNEY. 

Walsh, R. G. 

TEN EASY ONES. 

Walter, Robert P. 
THINGS . 

Walters, Geraldine. Mae. 
THE LIFE OF A MINISTER. 

Wanek, Friedrich. 
PROMETHEUS. 

Wangh, Stephen. 

BROTHER YOU'RE NEXT. 

Ward, Dorothy M. 

THE ETHEREAL LINCOLN. 



SEE Wurst, 



Warnes, Alfred, pseud. 
Alfred. 

Warren, Franklin A. 
EVEN STEPHEN. (R) . 

WEATHER, CLEARING. (R) 



Warshawsky, Samuel Jesse. 
VIVE LE AMOUR. 

Washington, Annie Mae. 
MIXED MARRIAGE. 
Washington, Ned. 

CARMEN FROM KENOSHA. (R) 
Washington Square Press, Inc. 
THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF VLADIMIR 

MAYAKOVSKY. 
THE FAMOUS HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF 

KING HENRY THE EIGHTH. 
THE LIFE AND DEATH OF KING JOHN. 
THE LIFE OF TIMON OF ATHENS . 
PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE. 
TITUS ANDRONICUS. 

Waters, Richard D. 

DANGERFIELD NEWBY MOVES UPTOWN. 

Watkins, Gene. 

THE BEAUTIFUL COVE. 
Watkins, William John. 
THE DREAM. 

Watters, Barbara H. 

SOME SIGNATURES OF MENTAL ILLNESS. 

Wavro, Paul K. 

HOW SECURE ARE YOU. 
LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE: LA RELIGION 
QUI REPOND A TOUT BESOIN. 

VEJEN TIL EN RIGERE LIVSFORELSE. 

Wear, C. P. 
HONEST JOHN. 

Weatherwax, Bea K. 
HOMETOWN SCRAPBOOK. 

Weatherwax, Marian J. 

HOMETOWN SCRAPBOOK. 
Weaver, Neal. 

WAR GAMES. 

Weaver, Robert A. 
A TASTE OF BLOOD. 

Weaver, Velma. 
ALWAYS REACHING. 



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Weaver, Walter L. 

MINUTE MOTIVATION, TODAY'S PHILOSOPHY 
FOR GOOD LIVING. 

Weber, Marvin G. 

A STUDY OF CLIENT DISCONTINUANCE IN 
THE APPLICATION PROCESS. 

Weeks, Seth. 

IS ADVENTURE YOUR DISH. 

Weiant, Edward Sinnott. 
SMILE SWEET, CRY TOUGH. 

Weigel, Helene Brecht. 

IM DICKICHT DER STADTE. (R) 
MANN 1ST MANN. (R) 
TROMMELN IN DER NACHT. (R) 

Weill, Gus. 

THE DUN HE WENT LIKE A WOUNDED BULL. 

THE FINAL, FINAL SOLUTION. 

TO BURY A COUSIN. 

Weill, Kurt. 

LADY IN THE DARK. (R) 

Weill, Otto D. 

YOU CAN'T LOVE A WALL-TO-WALL CARPET. 

Weiller, Claire Carvalho. 
TAKE FIVE. 

Weiman, Rita. 

GHOST OF GLORY. (R) 

Weinbaoh, Robert D. SEE Raye, 
Garson, pseud. 

Weinberger (Josef) Ltd. 

LA VIE PARISIENNE. 
Weinberger, Kurt. 

DIE LICHTUNG. 

Weine, Max G. 

COCK OF THE WALK. 
FROM ADELE TO ZIZI . 

Weiner, Tex. 

A TIME FOR SHEDDING. 

Weingold, Edward R. 

THE FIXIT MAN, HIS SON, AND HIS SON. 

Weinman, Jack L. 

GHOST OF GLORY. (R) 

Weisman, Herman M. 

MINNESOTA IN A BLUE SONATA. 
Weiss, Samuel A. 

DRAMA IN THE WESTERN WORLD. 

Weizer, Steve. 
ORIENT EXPRESS. 

Wellman, Derek. 
NO SMOKE. 

Wellman, James. 

MR. ANDERSON, WHAT ARE YOU DOING. 

Wells, Helen Mason. 

LET FREEDOM SING. 
Wellwarth, George E. 

MODERN SPANISH THEATRE. 
Welty, Ann P. 

THE MAGIC HAT OF CALIDOO. 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN . 

Wenning, Kenneth W. 
EAST OF SULU. 
THE IMPROPER BOSTONIAN. 
PORTRAIT FOR MURDER. 
THE WOBBLY WORLD OF WALDO BRANNIGAN. 

Weshta, William. 

THE DINNER. 

Wesker, Arnold. 
LA CUISINE. 

Westbrook, Frank. 
LIFE FROM BEYOND. 

Western Behavioral Sciences Institute. 
INTERPERSONAL EXERCISES FOR SMALL 
GROUPS . 



Western Pub. Co., Inc. 

ENGLISH DRAMA IN TRANSITION, 
1880-1920. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp. 

WESTINGHOUSE RANGES, THE COMPARISON 
STORY . 

Wette, Adelheid. 

HANSEL AND GRETEL. 

Weys, Rudolf. 

WOCHENEND IN MAI. (R) 
Wheatley, Katherine. 
COMPLETE PLAYS. 

Whelan, Bill. 

WALK IN THE SHADOW OF A MAN. 
White, Alma. 

OLD JOE SHARPE, MISSION DRUNK, PLAYS 
A NEW ROLE. (R) 

White, Arthur Kent. 

OLD JOE SHARPE, MISSION DRUNK, PLAYS 
A NEW ROLE. (R) 

White, Cristina L. 
THIS WAR PLAY. 

White, James Patrick. 
BROADSIDE. 

White, Kenneth Joseph. 

LADY WHO CAME TO STAY. (R) 

White, Lillian. 

SUSANNA IS HUNGRY FOR LOVE. 

White, Ouida. SEE Butt, Ouida White. 

White, Paul Cohen. 

A TRAIN TO THE STREET. 

White, T. H. 

IDYLLS OF THE KING. 

White, Theodore H. 

CAESAR AT THE RUBICON. 

Whitely, Lawton M. 

GOOD EVENING TO YOU ALL. 

Whitman, Tom. 

THE JOKE IS ON YOU. 

JUST STOP IT. 

NEW FACES. 

ROUND TRIP. 

SHHHHHHHHH. 

SO WHAT. 

THINK FIRST. 

TIME OUT. 

WELCOME. 

Whittaker, Helene. 
COLOR ME FEMININE. 

Whittaker, Otto. 

THE TRUE STORY OF THE TOOTH FAIRY. 

Whyte, Ronald Melville. 

X NOTES ON A PRIVATE MYTHOLOGY. 

Wiackley, Mildred Louise. 
DREAM CANTATAS. 

Wicker, Irene. 
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 

Wiebe, Helen Trenwith. 
WHICH BARBARIAN. 

Wiechert, Erwin. 
THE LINE OF DUTY. 

Wiesel, Elie. 

A BLACK CANOPY, A BLACK SKY. 
DI CHASENEH IZ NISHT FORGEKOOMEN. 

Wiggin, Kate Douglas. 

THE BIRDS' CHRISTMAS CAROL. 

Wilcox, Don. 
NICKY. 

Wild Blue MUsic. 
COWBOY'S PRAYER. 
HIDEAWAY SALOON. 
JUDAS. 
WACO ROSE. 



THE BOY. (R) 



Wilde, Oscar. 

HAS ANYONE HERE SEEN EARNEST. 

Wilder, Thornton. 
HELLO, DOLLY. 

Wilhelm, Julius . 

JOYS OF YOUTH. (R) 

Willems, Paul. 

LA VILLE A VOILE. 

Willensky, Elliot A. 

THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS. 

Williams, Andre. 
THE STROKE. 

Williams, Corine L. 

THE RETURN OF THE MESSIAH. 

Williams, Earl Victor. 
YOU GOTTA BE KIDDIN' . 

Williams, George Walton. 

THE SECOND AND THIRD PARTS OF KING 
HENRY THE SIXTH. 

Williams, Helen Roberts. 
BENT TWIGS. 

Williams, Jay. 

THE BLACK DRAGON. 

Williams, L. E. 

I WANT TO BE AN ACTOR. (R) 

Williams, Maza. SEE Williams, Rita. 

Williams, Pete, pseud. SEE Reach, 
James. 

Williams, Rita.. 
LIFE SIGNALS., 

Williams, Vincent. 
MARK ONE. 

Williamson, Cliff. 

BIRDS, BEES, GIRLS, AND STUFF LIKE 

THAT. 
BULL SESSION AT BULLS GAP. 
BULL SHOOTIN 1 . 

DIPPIN', CHEWIN' , ACID AND POT. 
IN A STEW (CHICKEN THAT IS) 
INTOXICATED AUTOMOBILE. 
JAILBIRD . 

JUNIOR FOILS THE GAME WARDEN. 
JUNIOR TAKES TO THE AIR. 
OLD SWIMMIN' HOLE. 
RELUCTANT DRAFTEE. 
SPORTS COMMON TATERS . 

Williamson, Mrs. Harold. 

THEODOSIA. 

Williamson, Mrs. Harold. SEE 
Williamson, Susan Graham Erwin. 

Williamson, Susan Graham Erwin. 
THE GILDED YEARS. 

Willis, Anne. 

THE VOYAGE OF THE MORNINGSTAR. 

Willis, Harold. 
SOLDAT . 

Wilmot, William. 

LAMBS TO THE SLAUGHTER. 

Wilson, Alice. 

ALICE AND JAMES WILSON. 

Wilson, Lanford. 

THE RIMERS OF ELDRITCH AND OTHER 
PLAYS . 

Wincelberg, Shimon. 
KATAKI. 
THE KING OF SCHNORRERS. 

Winchell, Wallace. 

WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE. 

Winick, Charles . 

THE UNDERGROUND BIRD. 



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Winkler, Georg C. 
LUKREZIA. 

Winslow, Rainsford J. 

THE CIGARETTE FIEND. 

UP AND DOWN MAIN STREET. 

US GOLFERS CURSE YOU, WIDOW KIMSOCK. 
Winslow, Winifred W. 

US GOLFERS CURSE YOU, WIDOW KIMSOCK. 

Winsten, Stephen R. 
FAR FROM THE IRT. 

Winters, Marian. 
A IS FOR ALL. 
ALL SAINT'S DAY. 

Wis berg , Aubrey. 

RIDE THE WILD WIND. 

Wisconsin. University. Regents. 
FIRE AND ICE. 

Wisconsin River Development Corp. 
A HAPPENING ON THE RIVER. 
Wisoff, Milton. 

GAY STREET. 
Witkiewicz, Stanislaw Ignacy. 
THE CRAZY LOCOMOTIVE. 
THE WATER HEN. 

Wittack, Leon. 

E.S. PEEP. 
Wittlin, Thaddeus Andrew. 

POKER GAME. 
Wolfe, David Joe. 

LONG LIVE THE CANDIDATE. 

Womack, George . 
ADAM AND ID'. 

Wood, Dori. 

PASTEL PEOPLE AND A SHOCKING PINK 
GIRL. 

Wood, Guy. 
GULLIVER . 

Woodall, James. 

AZTEC MEAT MARKET & TAMALES FACTORY. 
THE DRUMMER. 



Woodbury, Dana. 
Dana. 



SEE Woodbury, Jack 



Woodbury, Jack Dana. 

A COMPANY OF EXCERPTS. 

Woods, Mildred Steiner. 

HISTORY OF COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL 
DISTRICT NO. k, ADAMS COUNTY, 
ILLINOIS . 

World Wright TV Distribution, Ltd. 
ROCKET ROBIN HOOD. 
Worley, Maurice. 

BALLAD OF A GENTLEMAN. 

Worman, Theresa. 
JAKE CHAMBERLAIN. 

Worms, Jeannine, pseud. SEE Metzger, 
Jeanine . 

Worth, Cedric. 

THE MENTAL MARVEL. 

Wortley, Howard S. 

THIS PLACE OF RUSHES. 
Wrightj Charles D. 

A LONELY LITTLE MAN. 

Wright, Clifford Kent-. SEE Kent- 
Wright, Clifford. 

Wright, Ellen. 
NATIVE SON. (R) 

Wright, Frank Edward. 
FOR TEACHERS ONLY. 

Wright, Gene. 

THIS IS MY COUNTRY. 



Wright, Geraldine Hathaway. 

UP WITH BALLOONS AND DOWN WITH LOLLI- 
POPS. 

Wright, Iovanna Lloyd. 
AN AMERICAN MONTAGE. 

Wright, Jere H. SEE Wright, 

Geraldine Hathaway. 
Wright, Louis B. 

THE FAMOUS HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF 
KING HENRY THE EIGHTH. 

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF KING JOHN. 

THE LIFE OF TIM ON OF ATHENS, 

PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE. 

TITUS ANDRONICUS. 

Wright, Oliver Sanford. 
THE HOUR OF DESTINY. 
THE PRISONERS OF THE PIRATES. 

Wright, Richard. 
NATIVE SON. (R) 

Wright, Richard S. 
JORNADA . 

Wrights, Chas D. SEE Wright, 
Charles D. 

Wu, Arlouine Goodjohn. 

HELP WANTED: FEMALE. 

Wunderlich, Lawrence. 

PASTIMES. 
Wurst, Alfred. 
VARIATIONSSPIEL. 

Wyatt, Flo, pseud. SEE Cllsbee, 

Margery Flo. 
Wylie, I. A. R. 

YOUNG IN HEART. (R) 

Wynn, Nan, pseud. SEE Small, Marsha. 



Yore , Joe . 

HIPPIE LOVED GROOVIE. 



X 



Xerox Corp-. 

PROBLEM-SOLVING DISCUSSION SKILLS. 



Yablonovitz, Nahum. 
ONCE UPON A TIME. 

Yaeger, Marshall Jay. 
MICRO PLAYS. 

Yahres, Marianne E. 

Press . 
Yahres, Samuel C. 

OUT OF THE DEPTHS. 
Yamada, Koichi. 

MADAME DE SADE. 

Yameta Co., Ltd. 
EXP. 

Yazigi, Ani Post. 
THE PAWS. 

Yazigi, Mrs. Cezar. 
Post. 



SEE Fort Vance 



SEE Yazigi, Ani 



Yearwood, Jean A. 

IN THE BEGINNING THERE WAS BLACK. 

YESTERDAY, TODAY & TOMORROW. 



Yeiserj James Dudley. 
THE DEAF 1 . 



York, J. K., pseud. 
Helen Fay Lubin. 



SEE Sholem, 
SEE Sholem, 



York, Kirsten, pseud 

Helen Fay Lubin. 
Young, Archibald. 

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART ONE 

Young, Audree I. 

THE MAGIC WORD I CAN. 



SEE McEwen, 



Yogi, Maharishi Mahesh. 
MY LORD, MY LOVE, GOD. 



Young, Caryl, pseud. 
Caryl. 

Young, Victor. 

CARMEN FROM KENOSHA. (R) 



Zack, Paul. 

SAMULUS CAESAR. 

Zamarripa, Ramon. 

EXPLORING OUTER SPACE. 
Zangwill, Israel. 

THE KING OP SCHNORRERS. 

Zapel, Arthur L. , Jr. 
I CAN DO IT ALONE. 

IT'S HAPPENING NOW, BABY. 
HOLY NIGHT. 
Zappa, Frank. 

ABSOLUTELY FREE. 

Zappa (Frank) Music. 

ABSOLUTELY FREE. 
Zarchi, Meir. 

TEN THOUSAND THIEVES. 

Zazzara, John P. 

MOD. 
Zeese, Bertha B. 

FADE-OUTS . 

Zeldman, Bennie F. 

PETER IBBETSON. 
Zemme, Oskar. 

AUSGELIEFERT . 

DIE KLINGEL. 

Zerfoss, Lester F. 

THE INDIVIDUAL'S RESOURCES FOR HIS 
OWN DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE ORGANI- 
ZATION. 
THE MAJOR RESOURCES OF AN ORGANI- 
ZATION FOR DEVELOPING ITS 
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL. 

THE ROLE OF THE SUPERVISOR IN 

DEVELOPING HIS PEOPLE. 
THE STAFF SERVICES NEEDED TO SUPPORT 

THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL 

PEOPLE. 

Zimmer, Eleanor. 

THE VICTIMS OF HEAVEN. 

Ziniewicz, John. 

THAT LITTLE OLD LADY FROM PASADENA. 

Zipper, Herbert. 
THE LAST TALE. 
Zlowe Co., Inc. 

BRIDGE-CERTIFICATE . 
Zoshchenko, Mikhail. 

THE LETTER. 
Zuliani, Vilma. 
LINCOLN. 

Zummo, Sandra A. 
WHY NOT. 

Zvi, Ben. 

A WIFE FOR FATHER. 



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1968 




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.968 




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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- 
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vided for shall be admitted in any court as prima 
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any copyright registration." 

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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 
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indicated by the alphabetical symbols. Renewal 
registrations are listed separately at the end of 
each related part. Some parts also contain regis- 
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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 
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(AF, EF) 

I Books and periodicals registered for ad interim copy- 

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B Periodicals 

R Renewal registrations 

Parts 3-4 Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral 

Delivery 2. 50 

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oral delivery 
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R Renewal registrations 

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R Renewal registrations 

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F Maps 

R Renewal registrations 



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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 

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R Renewal registrations 

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Page 

Current Registrations 93 

Renewal Registrations 137 

Name Index 145 



Introduction 



PARTS 3-4 list dramas, dramatico-musicals, lec- 
tures, sermons, monologs, and radio, television, 
and recording scripts registered in classes C and 
D. Many of the recording scripts are made to 
accompany filmstrips which are registered in 
classes A and J and listed in Parts 12-13: Mo- 
tion Pictures and Filmstrips. Works for which the 
copyright has been renewed are listed separately 
in the Renewal Registrations section. Selected 
published dramas currently registered in class A 
are also included for the convenience of the user. 

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

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

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

1) Title. 

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



3) Edition statement. 

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

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

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

7 ) Series statement. 

8) Special descriptive data which includes the 
number of acts or scenes; author and title 
of a work on which the dramatic work is 
based or with which it is correlated. 

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

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

1 1 ) Information contained in the application 
which relates to the registration of an 
earlier version of the work. 



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

13) Copyright symbol ©. 

14) A statement of limitation of claim if the 
application or notice on the work ex- 
plicitly 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 publication, the data from the applica- 
tion is given first, followed by the phrase "in 
notice" and the data given in the work; e.g., 
©Richard Roe; 12Aug68 (in notice: 1967); 
DP6790. 

Works deposited in connection with copyright 
registration may be selected for inclusion in the 
collections of the Library of Congress. Library 



of Congress printed cards are available for many 
of the published works so selected. Orders for 
such cards or inquiries concerning them should be 
addressed to the Card Division, Building No. 159, 
Navy Yard Annex, Washington, D.C. 20541. 

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

1) Title. 

2 ) Names of authors of renewable matter. 

3) Edition statement. 

4) Number of acts, scenes, or volumes. 

5) Series statement. 

6) Brief statement of the new matter on 
which the original copyright was claimed, 
preceded by the abbreviation NM, if avail- 
able 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 appl. 

symbols used in this catalog with specific copyright © 
or bibliographic meanings. (C) 

(A) author(s) 

a.a.d.o. accepted alternative designation comp. 

of d.b.a. 

a.k.a. also known as (E) 

Adm.c.t.a. administrator (s) cum testamento ed. 

annexo ( NK ) 

Adm.d.b.n.c.t.a. administrator (s) de bonis non NM 

cum testamento annexo p. 



application 

copyright symbol 

child or children of the deceased 

author 
compiler 

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

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



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;pcb) 



(PCW) 
(PPW) 

(pwh; 

prev. 



proprietor of copyright in a work 
copyrighted by a corporate 
body otherwise than as assignee 
or licensee of the individual 
author 

proprietor of copyright in a com- 
posite work 

proprietor of copyright in a post- 
humous work 

proprietor of copyright in a work 
made for hire 

previous, previously 



pseud. 


pseudonym 


pt. 


part, parts 


pub. 


published, publishing 


(R) 


renewal registration 


reg. 


registered, registration 


rev. 


revised 


t.a. 


trading as 


tr. 


translator 


v., vol. 


volume, volumes 


(W) 


widow of the author 


(Wr) 


widower of the author 



Registrations July-December 1968 



Class C — Lectures and other works pre- 
pared for oral delivery . . . 547 
Class D — Domestic published dramatic 

and dramatico-musical works . 155 

Foreign published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works . . 55 

Unpublished dramatic and dra- 
matico-musical works . . .1,300 

Dramatic works registered in 

class A 81 

Total . 2, 138 



Renewals: Classes C and D 418 

These figures represent the number of registra- 
tions for dramas and works prepared for oral de- 
livery for July-December 1968, but do not neces- 
sarily 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 & P, by Russell Graves. 31 1. 

A play. © Russell Graves; 20Nov68; 
DU72973. 

A.K.A. MURDER (Also known as murder) 
A screenplay by E. L. Chester. 178 1. 
14 scenes. © Elsie L. Chester; 
13Dec68; DU73000. 

A-Ml LING MIN SHU MU. See 
AMITABHA'S CRAFTY AUNT. 

ABDERITES. See 

THE DONKEY'S SHADOW. 

ABeWown, a play In one act by Raymond 
Kilgallen. 19 1. © Raymond Kilgal- 
len; 6Aug68; DU72129. 

THE ABSTRACT WIFE, a play In one act by 
Ursule Mollnaro. (in New American 
Plays; edited & with an introd. by 
W. M. Hoffman. 1st ed. New York, 
Hill Sc Wang. v. 2, p.[l45]-153) 
© Ursule Mollnaro; 23May68; A13217. 

THE ABYSMAL SPAN, by Ed Chameleon. 
26 1. A play in 1 act. © Ed Chame- 
leon; 20Sep68; DU72438. 

ACADEMY AWARDS, a play in one act by 
Carl Yale. 49 1. © Carl Yale; 
26Sep68; DU72527. 

ACCENT PLANTS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

L'ACCES A UNE VIE NOUVELLE, par Naomi 
Price. 23 1. A lecture. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 4Dec67, C20273. 
NM: French translation. © Naomi 
Price; 12Nov68; C21081. 

ACCORDING TO THE STEM LENGTH, a musical 
comedy; book, lyrics & music by Wil- 
liam R. Kennon & William H. Blackard. 
3 v. 2 acts. © William R. Kennon & 
William H. Blackard; 4Dec68; DU73040. 

ACT OF KINDNESS, by Sandy Coomer. 

40 1. A screenplay. © Sandy Coomer: 
21AUg68; DU72227. 

ACT OF VIRTUE; In two acts by Bella & 
Sam Spewack. 1 v. A play. © Bella 
8: Sam Spewack; 30ct68; DU72531. 



THE ACTORS, a play by Jeffrey Moss. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Jeffrey Moss; 
Uul68; DU71901. 

ADAM'S APPLE, by Mrs. Charles Infante. 
6 1. A play. © Women's Auxiliary 
to the Broward County Dental Assn.; 
llDec68; DU73007. 

ADAM'S SHADY PARADISE, a comedy in 
3 acts by Gerard Dougherty. 65 1. 
© Gerard Dougherty; 110ct68; DU72589. 

AN ADDRESS BY MRS. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR. , CLASS DAY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY, 
by Coretta Scott King. 14 1. 
© Coretta Scott King; 15Jul68: 
C20722. 

AN ADDRESS BY MRS. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR., ELEVENTH ANNUAL S.C.L.C. CONVEN- 
TION, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, 
AUGUST 15, 1968, by Coretta Scott 
King. 10 1. © Coretta Scott Kins; 
3Sep68; C20864 . 

ADELANTE. 17 1. Script to be de- 
livered orally for 16 mm. film 
Go ye forth, MU7937- Appl. author: 
Christian Science Board of Directors. 
© Christian Science Board of Direc- 
tors; 4Dec68; C21136. 

ADMIRALS DON'T CRY, a play in one act 
by Clifford H. Browder. 42 1. © Clif- 
ford H. Browder; Uul68; DU71906. 

ADMISSION OF WEAKNESS, by Sylvia 
Leigh & Mark Justin, pseud, of 
Walter Markey. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Sylvia Leigh & Walter Mar- 
key; 80ct68; DU72562. 

THE ADULTER (Y)ATED TRUTH; or, Mirror, 
mirror, on the wall, by Norman Miller. 
14th revision. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
13Dec67; DU70275- NM: additions. 
© Norman Miller; 8Jul68; DU71945., 

THE ADULTER (Y)ATED TRUTH; or, Mirror, 
mirror, on the wall. By Norman 
Miller. 15th revision. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 8Jul68, DU71945. NM: 
additions. © Norman Miller; 
13Dec68; DU73122. 

ADVANCED SHORTHAND, MULTI MEDIA SYSTEM; 
scripts for tapes. 1 v. Lesson 1-68. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District, Mt. San Jacinto 



College. © Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District; l6Sep68; C21007. 

ADVANCED TYPEWRITING, MULTI MEDIA SYS- 
TEM; scripts for tapes. 1 v. 
Lesson 151-222. Appl. author: 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict, Mt. San Jacinto College. 
© Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District; l6Sep68; C21008. 

THE ADVENTURES OF .JIM HARPER, an origi- 
nal story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by William H. Provins. 30 1 
© William H. Provins; 30Aug68; 
DU72301. 

THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIE DAVIS, by Abe 
Einhorn (Abraham Einhorn) 52 1. 
A play. © Abe Einhorn; 13Dec68; 
DU73123 • 

ADVENTURES OF THE BLACK GIRL IN HER 
SEARCH FOR GOD. See 
BLACK GIRL. 

AESOP'S FABLES, by Coronet Instructional 
Films. 8 v. Filmstrip scripts. 
Coronet Instructional Films, a divi- 
sion of Esquire, Inc.; 21Jun68; 
C20966. 

AFTER MARCELLUS' DEATH IT WAS FEARED 
THAT AUGUSTUS WAS LOSING HIS AGRIPPA, 
a one act play in nine scenes by Sol 
Newman. 32 1. © Sol Newman; Uul68; 
DU71897. 

THE AFTER PARTY, by Elton Wolfe. 
54 1. A play. © Elton C. Wolfe; 
210ct68; DU72665. 

AFTER THE BALL WAS OVER. See 
FROM ABOVE THE CLOUDS. 

AGELESS DIALOGUE. See 
ON TIME. 

AGINBIT OF INWIT, a play in two acts by 
Ron Brawer. 71 1. © Ron Brawer; 
8Jul68; DU71946. 

AGRICULTURE. See 

SEEING CENTRAL AMERICA. 
SEEING ITALY. 
SEEING MEXICO. 
SEEING WEST GERMANY. 

AIBENDITO . See 
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July-Dec. 



L' AIDE-MEMOIRE, by Jean Claude Carriere. 
99 1. A play in 7 scenes. © Jean- 
Claude Carriere; 30Aug68; DU72543. 

AIN'T IT HARD TO STUMBLE WHEN YOU 

AIN'T GOT NO PLACE TO FALL? A play 
by Dan Sullivan (Daniel J. Sullivan) 

1 v. 3 acts. © Daniel J. Sullivan; 
3Uul68; DU72074. 

AIRCRAFT RADIO COMMUNICATIONS, SECTION 
' A, NARRATION, by Walter G. Otte. 
23 1. Script of a disc recorded nar- 
ration to be reproduced as an educa- 
tional lecture. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1965, CI8235. NM: revision & 
additions. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
20Aug68; C20901. 

AIRCRAFT RADIO COMMUNICATIONS, SECTION 
B, NARRATION, by Walter G. Otte. 
23 1. Script of a disc recorded nar- 
ration to be reproduced as an educa- 
tional lecture. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1965, C18236. NM: revision & 
additions. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
20Aug68; C20900. 

ALADDIN, a musical treatment of, by 
Richard Kinter. 1 v. A play in 

2 acts. ©Richard Kinter; 310ct68; 
DU72875. 

ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP, a mini- 
maxi play by Lucile Brown. 31 1. 

3 scenes. ©Lucile Brown; 210ct68; 
DU7265* . 

ALAN DALE STORY. See 

THE SPIDER AND THE MARIONETTES. 

ALAS, THE BRIGHT CUP. See 
JUST WE TWO. 

ALIBI FOR A JUDGE, a comedy by Felicity 
Douglas & Henry Cecil, "pseud, of 
Henry Cecil Leon, with Basil Dawson. 
London, S. French. 8l p. (French's 
acting ed.) 3 acts. From the book 
by Henry Cecil. © Felicity Douglas 
& Henry Cecil; 15May67; DF1924. 

ALICE IN SMART-ALECKLAND; tribute to 
Lewis Carroll, a pigfable or playlet 
or movie for TV by Rose Sher. 11 1. 
Written conceived immaculately under 
the influence of Lewis Carroll. 
© Rose Sher; 13Nov68; DU72952. 

ALISON, a new rock musical by Roslyn 
Baws & Herb Hendler. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Herb Hendler & Roslyn Baws; 
12Nov68; DU7283I. 

THE ALL-AMERICAN HONEYMOON, by Sidney 
S. Antebi. 58 1. A screenplay. 
© Sidney S. Antebi; 30Aug68; DU72302. 

ALL AROUND C0LI£CTI0N FOR KINDERGARTEN 
AND PRIMARY GRADES, by Helen Stleve. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 
90 p. © Eldridge Pub. Co.; lSep68; 
DP6883. 

ALL AT SEA, by David Allan Whynn, pseud, 
of David A. Lockard, music by William 
B. Lockard. 25 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © David A. Lock- 
ard; 23Jul68; DU72132. 

ALL FOOLS, by George Chapman, edited 
by Frank Manley. Lincoln, University 
of Nebraska Press. 103 P. (Regents 
Renaissance drama series) (A Bison 
book, BB 229) 5 acts. NM: introd., 
annotation & compilation. © Uni- 
versity of Nebraska Press; 5Aug68; 
A19951. 



ALL FOR THE LOVE OF A HORSE. 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 



See 



ALL HER MEN, by Garry Tabrum. 1 v. 
A play In 3 acts. © Garry Tabrum; 
70ct68; DU72551. 



ALL HUNGRY PEOPLE, by Linda Stockham. 
Rev. Aug. 1968. 1 v. A screenplay. 
Originally titled A fine carven 
glass. Appl. states prev. reg. 
28Nov67, DU70144. © Linda Juan ita 
Stockham; 20ct68; DU72524. 

ALL IN A NAME, a musical comedy; book & 
lyrics by Barry Norkin, music by 
Hampton King. 1 v. 2 parts. Based 
on the tale Rumplestiltskin. Book & 
lyrics only. © Barry Norkin; 5Nov68; 
DU72760. 

ALL IN LOVE, by Richard M. Goldberg. 
1 v. A play. © Richard M. Goldberg; 
24Jul68; DU72040. 

ALL MEN WEAR MUSTACHES, a play in 
two acts by Elton Wolfe. 50 1. 
© Elton C. Wolfe; 210ct68; DU72664. 

ALL THE WAY, a Christmas play by Lucile 
R. Green, Los Angeles, Christian 
Arts Co. 18 p. 2 acts. © Christian 
Arts Co.; 240ct68; DP684-9. 

ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE, a play in one 
act by David Henry Wilson. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service. 18 p. 
© David Henry Wilson; 210ct68; 
DP6822. 

ALL THESE BEASTS AREN'T HOUSEBROKEN, 
YOU KNOW, by Charles E. Bond & Carol 
A. Unzicker. 4-3 1. A play in 16 
scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
7Sep67, DU69565. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Charles E. Bond & Carol 
A. Unzicker; l8Nov68; DU72897. 

THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT 
(Recording scripts) By Murry Woroner. 
© Woroner Productions, Inc. & Great 
Fights, Inc. 
Fight no. 

1. Carmen Basilio vs. Marcel Cerdan. 
© 30Sep68; C20941. 

2. Kid McCoy vs. Emil Griffith. 
© 70ct68; C20968. 

3. Ketchel vs. Fullmer. 
© I40ct68; C20978. 

4. Tiger Flowers vs. Rocky Graziano. 
© 210ct68; C21004. 

5. Nonpareil Jack Dempsey vs. Sugar 
Ray Robinson. © 280ct68; C21052. 

6. Ruby Fltzsimmons vs. Jake Lamotta. 
© 4Nov68; C21073. 

7. Mickey Walker vs. Dick Tiger. 
© 12Nov68; C211H. 

8. Harry Greb - Tony Zale. 
© l8Nov68; C21120. 

9. Marcel Cerdan vs. Emile Griffith. 
© 30Dec68; C21243. 

10^ Stanley Ketchel vs. Rocky 
Graziano. © 2Dec68; C21155. 

11. Sugar Ray Robinson vs. Ruby Bob 
Fltzsimmons. © 9Dec68; C21193. 

12. Mickey Walker vs. Harry Greb. 
© l6Dec68; C21222. 

14. Sugar Ray Robinson vs. Mickey 
Walker. © 30Dec68; C21250. 

ALL'S FAIR; book by Dick Stern. 45 1. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
30Jul68, EU67003-67012. NM: addition 
of book to music & lyrics. © Dick 
Stern; 4Nov68; DU72781. 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by George Lyman 
Kittredge; rev. by Irving Ribner. 
Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. 
116 p. (The Kittredge Shakespeares) 
5 acts. © Blaisdell Pub. Co., a 
division of Ginn & Co.; 10Jun68; 
A10943. 

ALMA, a one act play by Richard Demro, 
pseud, of Richard DiMario. 16 1. 
© Richard DiMario; 30ct68; DU72528. 

ALMOST LOVE, a play in three acts by 
Patterson Greene. 106 1. © Mary W. 
Greene, executrix of Estate of 
Patterson Greene; 25Nov68; DU72976. 



ALONE, an original screenplay by 
Clement Fowler. 100 1. © Clement 
D. Fowler; 30ct68; DU72529. 

ALSO KNOWN AS MURDER. See 

A.K.A. MURDER. 
AMANDA GRAY; or, See-through. Original 
story & screenplay by Maria Zeheri. 
7 1. 3 scenes. © Maria Zeheri; 
22Aug68; DU72380. 

AMERICA, THE. BEAUTIFUL MOTHER. See 
BEDLAM. 

AMERICAN GUIGNOL, seven plays by Ralph 
Morenq- performed by Opera Pupi pup- 
pet theatre, 1967 & 1968. Mill 
Valley, Calif., Hartmus Press. 62 p. 
© Ralph Moreno; 8Jun68; DP6802. 

AN AMERICAN MONTAGE, a dance drama by 
Iovanna Lloyd Wright. 2 v. 6 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. llMay67, ■ 
DP6380. NM: revisions. ©Iovanna 
Lloyd Wright; 30Aug68; DU72419. 

AMITABHA'S CRAFTY AUNT (A-mi ling min 
shu mu) An original production 
written & directed by the Research 
Council of the Buddha's Universal 
Church. 1 v. 4 acts. English & 
Chinese. ©Buddha's Universal 
Foundation; 70ct68; DU72549. 

AMORALITY PLAY, by Philip Anthony, 
pseud, of Philip Magdalany. 34 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Philip Magdalany; 
26Dec68; DU73169. 

AMPHITRYON. See 

THREE PLAYS BY PLAUTUS . 

AND A TAXICAB CAME TO CARROLL STREET, 
by Marvin Davis. 94 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Marvin Davis; 5Dec68; 
DU73C51. 

AND ALONG CAME JONES, an original story 
written and adapted for television by 
J. Monday. 31 1. © J. Monday; 
3Uul68; DU72080. 

AND OTHER CAGED BIRDS, by Richard 

O'Donnell. 11 1. A play. © Richard 
O'Donnell; 22Nov68; DU72970. 

AND PEOPLE ALL AROUND, a play by George 
Sklar. Rev. Dramatists Play Service. 
78 p. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 25Mar66, DU65492. NM: additions 
& revisions. © George Sklar; 
17Dec68; DP6873. 

AND STILL GOING STRONG, The 1968 Miss 
Illinois Pageant, words & music by 
Bill Havemann & Margaret Havemann 
& script by Richard Schiller. 1 v. 
A play. © William G. Havemann & 
Margaret A. Havemann; 22Jul68; 
C20745 . 

AND THE GREATEST OF THESE IS CHARITY; 
90-minute live television drama by 
Florence Dude. 65 1. © Florence 
Dude; 12Aug68; DU72167. 

AND THEN, ON SATURDAY NIGHT, a play in 
one act by Patricia Houck. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 23 p. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 3Dec68; DP6869. 

AND TRAVELERS MUST BE CONTENT, a comedy 
of resentment by Mark Egan. 46 1. 
2 acts. © Mark T. Egan; 100ct68; 
DU72573. 

ANDERSEN'S FAIRY TALES. 1 v. 8 film- 
strip scripts. Appl. author: Coronet 
Instructional Films. NM: additions. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a 
division of Esquire, Inc.; 110ct68; 
C21072. 
ANDROCLES AND THE LION, an adaptation of 

an ancient myth by David & Barbara 

Frank. 39 1. A play in 4 scenes. 

© David Frank & Barbara Frank; 

30Aug68; DU72387. 

ANDROMACHE, a tragedy by Jean Racine, 
English version by Richard Dunham. 
46 1. 5 acts. © Richard R. Dunham; 
29Nov68; DU73010. 



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ANDROMAQUE. See 

THREE CLASSICAL PLAYS. 

ANDROMEDA, a play by Kendrew Lascelles, 
pseud, of Arthur Kendrew Carter. 
77 1. © Kendrew Lascelles; Uulbo; 
DU71896. 

ANIMAL, by Oliver Halley. 3 1. A Dlav 
© Oliver Halley; 3Uul68; DU72134; 

ANIMAL STORIES, .by James T. Richardson. 
116 1. A play in 3 acts. © James 
T. Richardson; 3Sep68; DU72313, 

L'ANNI VERS AIRE; piece en trois actes 
de Harold Pinter; traduite de 
l'anglais par Eric Kahane. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 102 p. (Theatre du 
monde entier) © Editions Gallimard; 
15Jun68; DPO-1621. 

ANOTHER BABE OF BETHLEHEM, a Christmas 
play by Jane Fader. Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Co. 16 p. 2 acts. 
© Rodeheaver Co.; 4Sep68; DP6789. 

ANOTHER DAY, an original musical play 
by Al Franz (Alfred M. .Franz) & Dave 
Jessie (David C. Jessie) 1 v. 
2 acts. © Alfred M. Franz & David C. 
Jessie; 12Dec68; DU73H8. 

THE ANTHROPOLOGISTS, a play by Benjamin 
Bradford. 38 1. © Benjamin 
Bradford; 7Nov68; DU72851. 

ANTS ON THE SUGAR BOWL, a comedy in 

three acts written by Robert Penouilh. 
38 1. © Robert Penouilh; l40ct68; 
DU72597. 

THE APOLLO DE BELLAC, by Jean Girau- 
doux; English version by Ronald Dun- 
can. London, S. French. 27 p. 
(French's acting edition) 
© Ronald Duncan; 4Apr57; DF1933- 

APPLE PIE; three one act plays by 
Terrence McNally. New York, Drama- 
tists Play Service. 40 p. Contents: 
Tour. — Next. — Botticelli. © Terrence 
McNally; lAug68; DP6776. 

APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF 

ASEPSIS TO NURSING CARE IN THE HOME. 

18 1. (Public health nursing tape 

no.l) A recording script. 

© D'Youville College; 19Aug68; 

C20812. 

APRIL IS KING; book by Ira Wallach, 
lyrics by Rhoda Bellak, music by 
Doris Schwerin. A play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Ira Wallach 
& Rhoda Bellack; 20Nov68; DU72977. 

THE APRON STRING QUARTET, a two act 
comedy written by Marvin Goldman. 
121 1. © Marvin Goldman; 12Nov68; 
DU72883. 

ARE PEOPLE YOUR PROBLEM. See 

HEBT U MOEILIJKHEDEN MET MENSEN. 

ARE YOU LISSENIN, GOD? A play by Ben 
Rosenthal. 68 1. 2 acts. © Ben J. 
Rosenthal; 20Nov68; DU72959. 

; ARE YOU LIVING IN THE PRESENT? A 
Christian Science lecture by 
Josephine H. Carver. Folder. 
© Josephine H. Carver; 20ct68; 
C20932. 

AREA OF DESIRE, a play in three acts 
by Mary Francis Brown (Mary Francis 
Brown Alexander) 55 1- © Ma T 
Francis Brown Alexander; 230ct68; 
DU72676. 

THE ARMORED DOVE, a new comedy by Nord 
Riley. New York, Dramatists Play 
Service. 82 p. 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 24jan6l, DU525I8. NM: ad- 
ditions & revisions. © Thomas Nord 
Riley; 10jun68; DP6749. 



ARMYNE ON MY MIND, a drama by Mandel 
Alpert. 115 1. 3 acts. ©Mandel 
Alpert; 3Sep68; DU72322. 

ARRANGEMENT FOR CHILDREN, a stereoplay 
in three acts by Robert Herron. 
130 1. © Robert C. Herron; 8jul68; 
DU71942. 

ARSENIC AND OLD BANANA BREAD, by Pat 
Brooks (Patricia Joan Brooks) 
39 1. A play. © Patricia J. 
Brooks; 25Nov68; DU72984. 

L'ART CELTE, KELLS BOOK; commentaire 
par Emlle Trachsel. D'apres et en 
complement de l'ouvrage De Colomban 
aux Gueux, par Emile Trachsel. 15 1. 
(Film fixe no 1 a) Slide script. 
Appl. states book, De Colomban aux 
Gueux prev. reg. l6Aug49, AFO-15. 
NM: compilation. © Emile Trachsel; 
9Dec68; 021241. 

THE ART OF WIRING; dialogue accompani- 
ment for the slide presentation en- 
titled The art of wiring as prepared 
by Lexacon Co. by Lexacon Co. 1 v. 
© Lexacon Co.; 7Aug68; C20798. 

ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

AS FLIES, by Elizabeth Melissande, 
pseud, of Patricia Rohleder. 6 1. 
A play. © Patricia Rohleder; 
29Aug68; DU72292. 

AS YOU LIKE IT, by William Shakespeare; 
textual editors, Louis B. Wright & 
Virginia A. LaMar, supplemental ma- 
terials by Harry Shefter & Walter 
James Miller. New York, Washington 
Square Press. 1 v. (Reader's en- 
richment series, RE 130) 5 acts. 
© on Teacher ' 3 manual & Reader * s 
supplement; Washington Square Press, 
Inc. ; 2Jan68; AI305. 

AS YOU LIKE IT; edited, introduced & 
with facing-page notes by Edmund 
Fuller. New York, Dell Pub. Co. 
280 p. (Laurel-Leaf Library. In- 
vitation to Shakespeare, 4105) 
5 acts. NM: introd., annotation & 
bibliography. © Edmund Fuller; 
l8jan68; A10047 . 

ASESINO. See 
ENGAGE. 

THE ASHES OF A SORRY SERPENT, a three 
act play by Daniel Iascone. 81 1. 
© Daniel Iascone; 23Aug68; DU72238. 

ASLEEP IN GETHSEMANE, a drama in 5 
scenes and an epilogue by Robert By- 
ron, pseud, of Robert C. Wright. 
122 1. © Robert Byron; 90ct68; 
DU72580. 

THE ASPARAGUS PRINCE, a fantasy with 
music in 3 acts; book by Kenneth L. 
Farrell, music by Schuyler Conning. 
1 v. © Kenneth L. Farrell & 
Schuyler Conning; 26Nov68; DU72989. 

THE ASPIRANTS, a play in the Aristophan- 
ic spirit by David Seiffer. 22 1. 
© David A. Seiffer; 26Aug68; DU72269. 

ASSASSINATION OF THE HOLLYWOOD STAR 
VOTED NUMBER ONE BY THE MOTION 
PICTURE EXHIBITORS OF AMERICA. See 
GOTT 1ST TOT! KILLED ALONG WITH 
JAMES BOND IN A FOUR CAR COLLISION 
ON THE LOS ANGELES FREEWAY. 

THE ASSASSINS, a one act play by 

Tom Del Vecchlo (Thomas Del Vecchio) 
16 1. © Thomas Del Vecchio; 70ct68; 
DU72566. 

ASTROLOGY OF THE STARS; radio script 
by Marie Gordon (Marie Gordon 
Stelling) Sheet. © Marie Cordon; 
4Sep68; C20878. 



ASTROPAN THE MIRTHIAN, by Mary Altman. 
1 v. A musical play in 17 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Larry & Mary 
Altman d.b.a. Pint Size Productions; 
280ct68; DU72684. 

AT TWENTY -TWO HE SET THE WORLD ON FIRE, 
written by William Blake Hindman. 
149 1. A play in 5 acts. ©William 
Blake Hindman; 5Jul68; DU71931. 

THE ATHEIST; or, The believer; or, 
The non-believer by Sandra Katzman. 
8l. 3 scenes. © Sandra Katzman; 
15Aug68; DU72187. 

ATTENTAT. See 
DIDI. 

THE ATTIC, a play in one act by Harry 
G. Leisk. June 1968. 1 v. © Harry 
George Leisk; 26Nov68; DU72993. 

ATTORNEY FOR THE DEFENSE, by Dorian 
Burton, Clyde Otis & David Cortez 
Clowney. Folder. © Eden Music 
Corp.; I80ct68; C21028. 

AUCASSIN AND NIOOLETTE, a play & pan- 
tomimed narration by Jonathan Gill- 
man. 27 1. © Jonathan Gillman; 
20ct68; DU72619. 

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

3. July 1, 1968. Digest issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Mar. I968. 
© Uul68; C2O708. 

4. July 16, 1968. Clinical issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Apr. 1968. 
© Uul68; C20709. 

v.ll. 

5. Aug. 1, 1968. Digest Issue.' 
Appl. states portions prev. pub. 
Mar. & June I968. © HJul68; 
C20717. 

6. Aug. 16, 1968. Clinical Issue. 
Appl. states portions prev. put). 
Apr. 1968. © 11JU168; C20718.' 

7. Sept. 1, 1968. Digest issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. May 1968. 
NM: editorial revision. © 9Sep68; 

c 20871. 

8. Sept. 16, 1968. Clinical issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. June 
1967. NM: revision. © 9Sep68; 

C 20872. 

9. Oct. 1, 1968. Digest issue. 
Appl. states articles 1 & 2 prev. 
pub. May 1968 & Mar. 1968. NM: 
revisions. © 20Sep68; C2S919- 

10. Oct. 16, 1968. Clinical issue. 
Appl. states article 1 prev. pub. 
Mar68. NM: revisions. © 20Sep68; 
C20920. 

11. Nov. 1, 1968. Digest issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Feb68 

& May68. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © l80ct68; C21012. 

12. Nov. 16, 1968. Digest issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Apr68, 
Jun68 & Jul68. NM: additions & 
revisions. © l80ct68; 021013. 

AUDITORY PERCEPTION SKILLS, 1 v. 
Recording scripts. Appl. author: 
Education Unlimited Corp. © Educa- 
tion Unlimited Corp.; 30Aug68; 
C21025. 

THE AUGUST INSURRECTION OF NATE SHAPIRO, 
a two act play by Robert S Reiser. 
1 v. © Robert S. Reiser; BJulbtS; 
DU71943- :J 

AUTOMATIC COIN DISPENSING, by Dynaphon- 
ics. 75 1. A recording script. 
© Dynaphonics, Inc.; 230ct68; C21018. 

THE AUTOMATION OF EDDIE PEREZ, by 

5. Garrett Robinson. 63 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © S. Garrett Robinson; 
l6Aug68; DU72192. 



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July-Dec. 



AVANT SLANT, by John Benson Brooks & 
Milton Gabler. 13 1. A recording 
script. © Original Music Corp.; 
17 Sep 68; C 20885. 

AVANTE. 25 1. Script to be delivered 
orally for 16 mm. film Go ye forth, 
MU7937. Appl. author: Christian 
Science Board of Directors. 
© Christian Science Board of Direc- 
tors; 4Dec68; C21137. 

AVANTE GARDE, a play by Leroy McDonald. 
47 1. 3 acts. © Leroy McDonald; 
24jul68; DU72038. 

AVANTi: or, A very uncomplicated girl. 
A comedy by Samuel Taylor. Drama- 
tists Play Service. 93 P. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 8Sep67, 
DU69568. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Samuel Taylor, Suzanne Taylor, 
David Taylor & Michael Taylor; 
25Nov68; DP6874. 

L'AWENTURIERO; opera completa per can- 
to e pianoforte by Renzo Rossellini; 
due atti (7 quadri) di Diego Fabbri 
& rlduzione di Italo delle Cese. 
Milan, Ricordi. 238 p. S G. Rlcor- 
di & C, S.P.A. ; 10Nov67; DFI931. 

AWAKE MONIQUE, a love story; feature 
film treatment by J. Kenneth 
Rotcop. 118 1. Based upon the 
novel by Astrid Van Royen. Appl. 
author: Arnold Shapiro, employer for 
hire. © Arnold Shapiro; 4Nov68; 
DU72871. 

THE AWFUL CRIME OF MONSIEUR BERNARD 
LATOUCH, a play in one act by George 
A. Zachariah. 58 1. © George A. 
Zachariah; 20Sep68; DU72436. 



B 



B IS A VERY LUCKY NUMBER, an original 
story & screenplay by Tata Bosboom 
(Florence Bosboom) 73 1. © Tata 
Bosboom; 28Aug68; DU72288. 

BAAL, von Bertolt Brecht . Potsdam, 
G. Klepenheuer Verlag. 91 1- 
© Gustav Kiepenheuer Verlag; 4Dec22; 
DFI918. Entered under German Procla- 
mation of 12Jul67- 

BABY JESUS, by Franklin Kincaid . 
2 sheets. © Franklin Kincaid; 
40ct68; C20965. 

THE BACHELOR APARTMENT, by Pigmeat 
Markham (Dewey Markham) 5 1. 
A script. © Dewey Markham; 300ct68; 
C21091. 

BACK IN THE MORNING, a two act play by 
D. M. Lehman. 1 v. © D. M. Lehman; 
l6Sep68; DU72400. 

BACKWATER. See 
WINTER WILL ASK. 

BACON AND THE PREACHER. See 
STRADDLEBUG . 

BAD BIT, by Franclne L. Trevens. 72 1. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Francine L. Trevens; 
280ct68; DU72682. 

THE BAD DREAM, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
A. C. Knight. 30 1. ©A. C. 
Knight; 26Sep68; DU72476. 

BAFOUILLE. See 
THEATRE II. 

A BALL OF FEATHERS, by Ed Chameleon. 
6 1. A musical play in 3 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Ed Chameleon; 
20Sep68; DU72437. 

BALLADE, a musical comedy-drama for 
stage; original book & lyrics by 
Arthur Samuels. 2 v. 2 acts. 
© Arthur Samuels; 2Dec68; DU72953. 



BALLOONS, a comedy in one act by Jay 
Wright. Boston, Baker's Plays. 17 p. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 19Nov68; 
DP6863. 

THE BAND IN THE FOREST. See 
GRIMMS' FAIRY TALES. 

BANDITOS. See 
TRANSFERMAN. 

BANG?! A new play by Ken Eulo (Kenneth 
R. Eulo) 66 1. 1 act. © Kenneth R. 
Eulo; l4Nov68; DU72909. 

THE BARBER OF SEVILLE, by Beaumarchais ; 
in one act adapted by I. E. Clark. 
Schulenburg, Tex., Stage Magic Plays. 
25 1. A play. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © I. E. Clark; 15Sep68; 
A24327. 

THE BAREFOOT BAG, by Kim Alan Wheetley. 
32 1. A play. Includes music & 
lyrics for 1 song. © Kim Alan 
Wheetley; 7Nov68; DU72845. 

BARMY DAYS, a play with music; book & 
lyrics by Natalie Knight, music by 
Ivor Miller. 70 1. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Natalie Knight Pro- 
ductions (Pty.) Ltd.; 17Jul68; 
DU72010. 

BARNUM; book for a musical in two acts 
based on the life & times of P. T. 
Barnum, by Albert Dickason. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 290ct62, 
DU56520. NM: title change & revi- 
sions. ©Albert Dickason; 3Sep68; 
DU72337 . 

BARRELS OF ILLEGAL, by Tzipporah 
Pastreich, music by Glen Morgan. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1965, DU53580. 
NM: revisions & music addition. 
© Glen E. Morgan & Tzipporah 
Pastreich; 30Dec68; DU73179. 

BARTLEBY; opera in a prologue and two 
acts; music by Walter Aschaff enburg, 
libretto by Jay Leyda. Bryn Mawr, 
Pa., T. Presser Co. 151 p. Based on 
the story by Herman Melville. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 4May67; DU62026. 
© Theodore Presser Co.; 7Aug68; 
DP6815 . 

BASEBALL GAME, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dgwey Markham) 7 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 300ct68; C21089. 

BASIC SOLDERING; dialogue accompaniment 
for the slide presentation entitled 
Basic soldering as prepared by Lexa- 
con Co. by Lexacon Co. 6 1. © Lexa- 
con Co.; 7Aug68; C20797. 

BASSET HOUNDSTOOTH, RETIRED DOG CATCHER, 
by Frank Kalil & Jay T. Taylor. 6 1. 
Script. © Beechwood Music Corp.; 
21Nov68; C21230. 

BATTER UP, by Pigmeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 6 1. A script. © Dewey 
Markham; 300ct68; C21093. 

THE BATTLE OF COLUMBIA, by Lloyd Mer- 
rill. 54 1. A play for the screen 
in 15 scenes. © Lloyd Merrill; 
12Aug68; DU72164. 

BE MY OWN TRUE LOVE, a dramatico- 

musical screenplay by Lona M. Osier. 
1 v. 29 acts. © Lona Cafferty 
Osier; 23Sep68; DU72439. 

BEAGLE, See 
TRANSFERMAN. 

THE BEATING OF A BEE; screenplay by 
Donald R. Boyle. 112 1. © Donald 
R. Boyle; 40ct68; DU72576. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, a musical by 
Betsy Jo Angebranndt. 46 1. 
5 scenes. Based on the fairytale. 
© Betsy Jo Angebranndt; 27Sep68; 
DU72465. 



BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, a play in three 
acts by Doris R. Brazeal. 87 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5Apr66, 
DU66237. NM: revision & additions. 
© Doris R. Brazeal; 19Jul68; DU72045 . 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, a play in three 
acts by Doris R. Brazeal. 86 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 19Jul68, 
DU72045. NM: editorial revision & 
additions. ©Doris R. Brazeal; 
12Nov68; DU72864. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEGGAR, by Ann Tibbels 
Young; musical score by Shirley Foun- 
tain; lyrics to 1 song by Virginia - 
Alford. 1 v. A play. © Ann Tibbels 
Young; l80ct68; DU72646. 

BEDLAM; or, America, the beautiful 
mother, a concurrent play In four 
bedrooms by James Broughton. 1 v. 
4 plays. © James Broughton; 22Jul68; 
DU72048 . 

THE BEDROOM, a comedy by Samson 

Raphaelson. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as The pea- 
nut bag 6Dec67, DU70402. NM: revi- 
sion. © Samson Raphaelson; 8Aug68; 
DU72095 . 

THE BEGINNING OF A NEW GENERATION, a 
one hour teleplay by Victor A. Pom- 
pilio. 56 1. © Victor A. Pompillo; 
HJul68; DU71969. 

BEGONIAS. See 

MAKING THINGS GROW. 

THE BEHAVIOR OF SOUND WAVES WHEN SUB- 
JECTED TO A PHASING FOCAL AND/OR A 
FIXED FOCAL, FROM MULTIPLE CONTRIBU- 
TION POINTS, by William H. Engle . 
5 1. A lecture. © William H. Engle; 
8Nov68; C21099. 

BEHIND THE BEDROOM DOOR, THE DIARY OF 
A SOCIETY CHAUFFEUR, an original 
story written 8c adapted for tele- 
vision by George W. Crouch. 64 1. 
© George W. Crouch; 23Aug68; DU72245- 

BEING WOLFMAN, by Russell Graves. 
11 1. A play. © Russell Graves; 
20Nov68; DU72974. 

BELIEVER . See 
THE ATHEIST. 

BEN BENTLE; or, To be mentioned in the 
newspaper. By Flory Kraft. 15 1. 
A screenplay. © Flory Kraft; 
17Sep68; DU72414. 

BENBOW 8= DIVORSKI; two plays in an 
evening by Michael Elliott Keen. 
86 1. © Michael Elliott Keen; 
4Nov68; DU72782. 

BENEATH THE NORTHERN LIGHTS, an origi- 
nal story written & adopted for 
television by Mrs. Thomas Edmunds. 
30 1. © Mrs. Thomas Edmunds; 
5Nov68; DU72816. 

BENITO CERENO. See 
THE OLD GLORY. 

THE BEST BIRTHDAY GIFT, by Sharon Beth 
Martin. 16 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Sharon Martin; 18Jul68; DU72013. 

THE BEST IN THE HOUSE, an original 
story written 8: adapted for televi- 
sion by Grace Brainerd. 40 1. 
© Grace Brainerd; 24Sep68; DU72453. 

THE BEST SHORT PLAYS, 1968; edited by 
Stanley Richards. 1st ed . Phila- 
delphia, Chilton Book Co. 388 p. 
(The Margaret Mayorga series) 
16 plays. © Stanley Richards; 
8oct68; A28425. 

THE BETRAYAL, a play in one act by 
Dwight Steward. 16 1. © Dwight 
Steward; l6Sep68; DU72404. 



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BETTY CROCKER VS. AUNT JEMIMA, an anti- 
social parable in one act by Annabel- 
la Turco. 38 1. A play. © Anna- 
bella Turco; 25Jul68; DU72109. 

THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES, a comedy in 
three acts created by Paul Henning, 
adapted by D. D. Brooke, pseud, of 
David Rogers. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 96 p. Based on the tele- 
vision program. © Paul Henning; 
20Sep68; DP6797. 

BEYOND PAIN, a play in one act by Paul 
V. Hale. 52 1. © Paul V. Hale; 
25Jul68; DU72043. 

BIG GUNS, LITTLE GUNS, by Eli F. Bleich. 
79 1- Screenplay. © Eli Furie 
Bleich; 19Aug68; DU72208. 

THE BIG JOHN, by Joe Neves (Joseph 
Anthony Neves) & Roger Bracco. 2 1. 
A recitation. © Joseph Anthony Neves; 
5Nov68; C21056. 

BIG MOTHER, an upsetting comedy in one 
act by Charles Dizenzo. 34 1- 
© Charles John Dizenzo; HJul68; 
DU71956. 

THE BIG MYSTERY, by John E. Varney. 
5 1. Monolog. © John E. Varney; 
7Aug68; 021114. 

BIG RED, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Grace 
Brainerd. 40 1. © Grace Brainerd; 
5Nov68; DU72819. 

THE BIG SECRET, a teleplay by Prank E. 
Work. 3 1. © Frank E. Work; 
l8Nov68; 021158. 

BIG SHOT; words & music by V. Stanshall. 
3 sheets. © Mann Music, Ltd.; 
l6Aug68; C20856. 

THE BIG TICKLE, a play in three acts 
by Barre Lyndon. 108 1. © Barre 
Lyndon; 9Dec68; DU73098. 

BIG TIME BUCK WHITE, a satirical comedy 
in two acts by Joseph Dolan Tuotti & 
Ron Rich. 105 1. © Ron Rich & 
Joseph Dolan Tuotti; 230ct68; DU72713- 

BIG, WONDERFUL DREAM, a comedy by Stan- 
ley Abbott. 1 v. 3 acts. © Stanley 
Alfred Abbott; 280ct68; DU72731. 

THE BIGGEST INFORMATION BOOTH IN THE 
WORLD, a play in one act by Michael 
McGrinder. 18 1. © Michael Mc- 
Grinder; 24Sep68; DU72H96. 

THE BILL COSBY RADIO PROGRAM, by Wil- 
liam H. Cosby, Jr. 1 v. © Camp- 
bell, Silver, Cosby Corp.; 23Sep68; 
C20923. 

THE BILL COSBY RADIO PROGRAM, by William 
H. Cosby, Jr. 1 v. © Campbell, Sil- 
ver, Cosby Corp.; 70ct68; C20969- 

THE BILL COSBY RADIO PROGRAM, by William 
H. Cosby, Jr. 2 1. Script. © Camp- 
bell, Silver, Cosby Corp.; 110ct68; 
C20975 . 

BILLY, a musical in two acts suggested 
by the novella Billy Budd by Herman 
Melville. Book by Robert Upton, 
music by Ronald Dante, lyrics by 
Gene Allan. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © Robert Upton; 9Aug68; 
DU72099. 

BILLY-BOB, a fourteen act scenario 

written for television or the movies, 
by John N. Sullivan. 127 1- © J° nn 
Neville Sullivan; HJul68; DU71962. 

A BIRTH AT ASHKHABAD; being a play by 
Matthew Jones, pseud, of J. F. 
Adkins. 157 1. 3 acts. © J. F. 
Adkins; 23Sep68; DU72450. 



THE BITTER TRUTH, a one act play by 
Parke James, pseud, of James Willis 
Cain. 25 1. © James Willis Cain; 
4Dec68; DU75041. 

BLACK AND PROUD; written by W. L. Jones. 
5 1. A sermon. © Morganfield Pub. 
Co. & Holiday Inn Music, Inc.; 
l8Dec68; C 21225 . 

BLACK BEACH, WHITE SUMMER, a tragedy 
in three parts by Gordon Allen 
Christensen. 54- 1. © Gordon Allen 
Christensen; 29Nov68; DU73009. 

BLACK DIAMOND, a drama in three acts, 
one set by Stanley Kimrael. 165 1. 
With music. Appl. states prev. reg. 
30Jul29, DU1834. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Stanley P. Kimmel; 
l4Nov68; DU72906. 

BLACK GIRL, a satiric fable in dance 
and drama, adapted for the stage by 
Richard Gray & Mayo Loiseau, pseud, 
of Mayo Gray. Based on Bernard Shaw':s 
The adventures of the black girl in 
her search for God. 51 1. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5Dec32, 
Al-1722 1 *; 24 Feb33, A59692; lbDec59, 
R248554. © Richard Gray; 21Jun68; 
DU7189L 

THE BLACK GLOVE (Christmas) A lyrical 
fantasy in five scenes by August 
Strindberg; translated from the 
Swedish by Arvid Paulson. 49 1. 
NM: translation. © Arvid Paulson; 
20Nov68; DU72950. 

BLACK IS THE BADGE OF HELL, a tragedy 
in seven scenes by Edgar Charles 
Eckhardt, Jr. (Ned Eckhardt) 88 1. 
© Edgar Charles Eckhardt, Jr.; 
6Nov68; DU72949. 

BLACK IS THE NIGHT, by Robert Nichols. 
90 1. A play in 2 acts. © Robert 
E. Nichols; 70ct68; DU72547. 

BLACK IS WHITE; multi-media in one act 
by Sybil Kein, pseud, of Consuela M. 
Provost. 10 1. A play. © Consuela 
M. Provost; 3Jul68; DU71918. 

BLACK JOURNEY, an Afro-American revue 
of outstanding contributions to 
American history by Hilda McElroy. 
15 1. © Hilda McElroy; HDec68; 
C21161. 

THE BLACK JUDGEMENT, by Murnane Mackey. 
73 1. 3 acts. © Murnane Mackey; 
20ct68; DU72525. 

BLACK MASS ON MONDAY NOON; tragedy in 
six scenes by Michel Piersall, pseud, 
of Mishael Navonad Persall. 84 1. 
© Mishael Navonad Persall; 220ct68; 
DU72672. 

THE BLACK MESSIAH, a dramatic sermon 
in three acts by Richard D. Waters. 
1 v. © Richard D. Waters; l6Aug68; 
DU72195. 

THE BLACK OPERA, a play in 12 scenes by 
Gabriel Cousin, translated from the 
French by Irving Lycett. 5h 1. 
Appl. states prev. pub. 19§3 as 
L'Opera noir. NM: English transla- 
tion. © Irving Francis Lycett; 
12Nov68; DU72870. 

BLACK-OUT. See 

IF YOU CAN'T JOIN THEM, LICK THEM. 

BLACK TRIO; three original one-act 
dramas by Annie R. Crittenden. 1 v. 
© Annie R. Crittenden; l4Nov68; 
DU72905. 

BLACK WHITE POWER, a playlet phantasy 
by Rose Sher. 23 1 . 1 act. 
© Rose Sher; 30ct68; DU7253 1 *. 

BLAKE'S BLUES, a play in three acts by 
Wyatt Haupt. 96 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Wyatt Haupt; 30ct68: 
DU72571. 



THE BLANCHED ARM, a play in one act by » 
Raymond Kilgallen. 25 1. © Raymond ' 
Kilgallen; 6Aug68; DU72128. 

BLIND RAFTERY, by Charles McAleavy; 
music by George Geiger, lyrics by 
Alma Hatton. 151 1. Screenplay. 
Adapted from the novel Blind Raftery 
and his wife, Hilaria, by Donn Byrne. 
Book only. Appl. author: Gregstan 
Enterprises, Inc., employer for hire. 
Appl. states prev. pub. 12Sep24, 
A8OO88O & 15Jun24, B620971. © Greg- 
stan Enterprises, Inc.; 17Jun68; 
DU71889. 

BLINDMAN'S BLUFF, a play in two' acts 
by George Patterson. 1 v. (Play- 
mates no.l) © George Patterson; 
29Aug68; DU72331. 

THE BLOOD IN OUR VEINS, an original 
screenplay by Mildred Dumas. 134 1. 
© Mildred Dumas; 25Sep68; DU72466. 

THE BL00DR0SE, a one act play in two 
scenes by J. Douglas Halford. 28 1. 
© J. Douglas Halford; 26Aug68; 
DU72267. 

BLOODY, BAWDY VILLAINS, an original 
comedy western by Norman Thaddeus 
Vane. Ill 1. A screenplay. 
© Norman Thaddeus Vane; 21Nov68; 
DU72874. 

BLOSSOM; two one-act plays by Fred Has- 
kins. 1 v. Contents: Chimney, chim- 
ney. — Sunspot. © Fred Haskins; 
26Jul68; DU72093. 

THE BLUE BEAR, a play for children by 
Harry Peakman. 45 1. 6 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Harry Peak- 
man; 70ct68; DU72577. 

BLUE DAWN, by Stephen P. Rizzo. 1 v. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Stephen P. Rizzo; 
22Nov68; DU72895. 

BLUE POPPY; words by Jacques Wilson, 
music by Mort Garson. 3 1. Recita- 
tion. © La Brea Music & Emanay 
Music Co.; 25Nov68; C21208. 

BOCA RATON, a musical by Karl Otto 

Westin, lyrics by Helen Bliss -Westin, 
book by the Westins. 110 1. A play 
in 2 acts. Based on a conception by 
Robert LaGuardia. Book & lyrics 
only. © Karl Otto Westin & Helen 
Bliss Westin; l8Sep68; DU72393. 

THE BOLD AND THE DARING, by James M. 
Murray. 8 1. A play. © James M. 
Murray; 26jul68; DU72112. 

A BOLD STROKE FOR A WIFE, by Susanna 
Centlivre, edited by Thalia Stathas. 
Lincoln, University of Nebraska 
Press. 112 p'. (Regents Restoration 
drama series) (A Bison book, BB 267) 
5 acts. NM: introd., annotation & 
compilation. © University of Nebras- 
ka Press; l6Sep68; A19952. 

THE BONDS OF INTEREST (Los intereses 
creados) By Jacinto Benavente; trans- 
lated by J. G. Underhill; edited, re- 
vised & with an introd. by Hymen 
Alpern. Bilingual ed. New York, 
F. Ungar Pub. Co. 169 p. A play in 
9 scenes. © Frederick Ungar Pub. Co., 
Inc.; 28jul67; A27409. 

BONSAI . See 

MAKING THINGS GROW. 

BOOKKEEPING (FIRST YEAR) SECOND SEMES- 
TER; correlated with 20th Century 
Bookkeeping & Accounting, 23d ed., 
by Marvin W. Hempel, Carl W. Salser 
& John W. Richmond. 1 v. A record- 
ing script. © Educational Research 
Associates; 26jul68; C20746. 

BOOTEES FOR YOUR DOORKNOB; written by 
V. Eileen Adams. 67 1. A musical 
play in 24 scenes. Book only. 
© Vesta Eileen Adams; 30Dec68; 
DU73129- 



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July-Dec. 



BOTTICELLI. See 
APPLE PIE. 

THE BOUNTY HUNTER; original screenplay 
by C. C. Clark. 93 1- © Carl 
Clark; 26Nov68; DU72990. 

BOX; QUOTATIONS PROM CHAIRMAN MAO TSE- 
TUNG, by Edward Albee. 2 v. 
2 plays. © Edward Albee; 21Nov68; 
DU72964. 

A BOY, A GIRL, by Valgene Massey. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Valgene Massey; 
29Jul68; DU72066. 

A BOY AND HIS ALLOWANCE, a comedy in 
two acts by Audree I. Young. 1st ed. 
San Francisco, Younghaven Publica- 
tions. 53 p. © Audree I. Young; 
20May68; DP6755. 

THE BOY WHO WOULDN'T PLAY JESUS, a 
Christmas play in one act by Bernard 
Kops. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
35 p. © Bernard Kops; 17Jul68; 
DP6762 . 

THE BOYS. See 
ROOMMATES . 

THE BOYS IN THE BAND, by Mart Crowley. 
New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 
182 p. A play in 2 acts. © Mart 
Crowley; 300ct68; DP6838. 

BRAKE MINDER, NEW AUTOMOTIVE SAFETY 
FACTOR, by Claude R. Easterday. 2 1. 
Lecture. © Claude R. Easterday; 
250ct68; C21047. 

BRAVE ARLECCHINO, a play by Mike 

Major (Michael Joseph Major) 70 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Michael Joseph 
Major; 24Jul68; DU72034 . 

BRIDAL BOOK. See 

PAULINE'S BRIDAL SHOPPE, BRIDAL BOOK. 

THE BRIDE COMES TO YELLOW SKY; opera in 
four scenes, music by Roger Nixon, 
words by Ray B. West, Jr. Rev. 
1968 version. 102 p. Adapted from 
the short story by Stephen Crane. 
Piano-vocal score. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 90ct67, DU69974. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Roger A. 
Nixon; 30Dec68; DU73183. 

BRIGID'S BRIGADE, by David J. Kennedy. 
112 1. A screenplay. © David J. 
Kennedy; 6Dec68; DU73079. 

BRISBURIAL, a feast by Edward Pomerantz. 
101 1. A play. © Edward Pomerantz; 
5Sep68; DU72341. 

BROMELIADS . See 

MAKING THINGS GROW. 

THE BROOFER, a play in one scene by 
Romulus Linney. 31 1. © Romulus 
Linney; 5Aug68; DU72H9- 

BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER, by Emmy Gyaki 
8c Bob Winters (Robert L. Winters) 
36 1. A play in 3 acts. © Emmy E. 
Gyaki 8= Robert L. Winters; 13Sep68; 
DU72390. 



BURGER SCHIPPEL. 
THE TENOR. 



See 



THE BUILDING OF CHARACTER, by Roy 
Haughton. 12 1. A talk. © Roy H. 
Haughton; 22Aug68; C 20857. 

BULLFROG; words 8c music by Bobby Darin 
(Robert Darin) 2 1. ©Argent 
Music, Inc.; 10Sep68; C20876. 

THE BURNED PREMISE, a play in two 
scenes by August Strindberg; trans- 
lated from the Swedish by Arvid 
Paulson. 65 i; NM: English trans- 
lation. © Arvid Paulson; 20Nov68; 
DU72957. 

THE BURNING FIERY FURNACE (Die Junglinge 
im Feuerofen) Second parable for 
church performance, pp.77, by Benja- 



min Britten; libretto by William 
Plomer; German translation by Ludwig 
Landgraf; rehearsal score by Martin 
Penny & David Matthews; production 
notes by Colin Graham. London, Faber 
Music. 139 p. English 8c German. 
© Faber Music, Ltd.; 6Jun68; DFO-1635- 

BUSINESS AND ACADEME, by Andrew Hacker. 
10 1. A talk. © Andrew Hacker; 
19Aug68; C 20813. 

BUSINESS LAW LECTURES; recordings for 
Monitor instruction program by Garry 
P. McMurry, Robert W. Packwood 8c 
Gary A. Thye. 2 v. ©Educational 
Research Associates; 3Sep68; C20911. 

THE BUTTERED SIDE, a comedy in three 

acts by Raleigh Bond. 1 v. Includes 

lyrics to 1 song. © Raleigh Bond; 
l6Dec68; DU73132. 

BY ANOTHER MAN'S SKIN; created & 
written by Roslyn Marshall. 84 1. 
A screenplay. © Roslyn Marshall; 
2Dec68; DU73018. 

BYRON KASH FOR PRESIDENT; or, A funny 
thing happened on the way to the 
White House. Original words & music 
by John P. Kraczek 8c Stan Kraczek 
(Stanley J. Kraczek) 1 v. A musical 
play in 4 scenes. © John P. Kraczek & 
Stan Kraczek; 5Aug68; DU72122. 



c 



CABOOSE, by John H. Brubaker III. 
51 1. A play in 3 acts. © John H. 
Brubaker III; 26Sep68; DU72483. 

CAESAR AMERICANUS, a political drama in 
three acts, fourteen scenes by David 
J. Dawson. Nov. 1968 revision. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 9May68, 
DU71491. © David J. Dawson; 4Dec68; 
DU73034 . 

CAFE ROYALE, by L. M. Sullivan. 29 1 
A play. © M. Sullivan; 26jul68 ; 
DU72050. 

CAFE UNDERGROUND, by Arthur Kirsch. 
59 1. A screenplay. © Arthur 
Kirsch; 20Nov68; DU72958. 

THE CAGNEY IOWA BLUES CAMPAIGN, a 
feature film script by Jonathan B. 
Weld. 71 1. © Jonathan Bartlett 
Weld; 12Dec68; DU73U9- 

CALL. See 

TWO SHORT PLAYS. 

CALL ME, by Larry Neal Culbertson. 
Sheet. © Larry Neal Culbertson; 
l8Nov68; C21184. 

CALL ME BACK, by Tony Webster. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © Tony Webster; 
27Aug68; DU72275- 

THE CALL OF THE WOODS, by Emmy Gyaki 
& Bob Winters (Robert L. Winters) 
34 1. A play in 3 acts. © Emmy E. 
Gyaki 8c Robert L. Winters; 25Sep68; 
DU72468. 

LA CAMISA, by Lauro Olmo, drama popular 
en tres actos; edited with an introd. , 
notes & vocabulary by A. K. Arlza & 
I. F. Ariza. Oxford, Eng. , Per- 
gamon Press. 125 p. (Pergamon Ox- 
ford Spanish series) English 8: Span- 
ish. Appl. author: Pergamon Press, 
Ltd., employer for hire of editors. 
NM: new text, editorial selection 8: 
compilation. © Lauro Olmo; 19Feb68; 
AF27377. 

CAN YOU SAVE MY JUDY? An Sriginal 
story written and adapted for tele- 
vision by Frank L. Brown, Jr. 30 1. 
© Frank L. Brown, Jr.; 31Jul68; 
DU72077. 



CANASOTA, a story of our mid-Colonial 
period, related in four scenes by 
Hugo MacOlney, pseud, of Hugh B. Gor- 
don. 38 1. A libretto. © Hugo 
MacOlney; 26Aug68; DU72255 . 

CANCION DE LA RAZA, by Abel Franco 8: 
Emily Stevens. Episode no. 1-5. 
1 v. A screenplay. English. 
© Community Television of Southern 
California, KCET, Channel 28; 
l8Nov68; DU72835. 

THE CANISTER SET, a drama in three 
acts by Fred Haskins. 1 v. 
©Fred Haskins; 23Sep68; DU72444 . 

CAPTAIN OF THE TWENTY MULE TEAM. See 
STARLIGHT HILL. 

CAPTIVI. See 

TRANSLATION KEY FOR PLAUTUS FOR 
READING AND PRODUCTION. 

CAR ELEVEN GOING DOWN, a pantomime 
with words by Ken Holamon. 32 1. 
© Ken Holamon; 3Sep68; DU72316. 

CARAVAGGIO, a play in two acts by 

Michael Straight. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 29Apr68, DU71513. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Michael' 
W. Straight; 19Jul68; DU72205. 

CARAVAGGIO, a play in two acts by Mi- 
chael Straight. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 19Jul68, DU72205. NM: 
revision & additions. © Michael W. 
Straight; 4Dec68; DU73O36 . 

CABMEN BASILIO VS. MARCEL CERDAN. See - 
THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 

CARNAL KNOWLEDGE, a play in one scene 
by Romulus Linney. 26 1. © Romulus 
Linney; 5Aug68; DU72121. 

CARNIVAL STORY; musical drama in three 
acts by Noel Lester 8c Dianne Coy. 
101 1. Book & lyrics only. © Noel 
Lester 8; Dianne Coy; 12Nov68; 
DU72830. 

THE CASE AGAINST JACK FROST; children's 
musical play; story by Edward L. 
Davies, Jr., words & music by 
Catherine Davies. 45 1. 3 acts. 
© Catherine Davies & Edward L. 
Davies, Jr.; 7Nov68; DU72846. 

A CASE OF ASSOCIATION, an original 

two act play by Ernst Winters. 76 1. 
© Ernst Winters; 19Aug68; DU72212. 

THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO, by Edgar Allan 
Poe; adapted as a one-act play by 
Robert Brome. Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldrldge Pub. Co. 19 p. (Eldridge 
popular one-act playscripts) 
© Robert Brome; 15Sep68; DP6886. 

CASKET OF GOLD, by Larry Neal Culbert- 
son. Sheet. © Larry Neal Culbertson; 
l8Nov68; C21186. 

CAST OF CHARACTERS, by Bernard 
Sabath. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Bernard Sabath; 5Sep68; DU72343. 

THE CATALYST, a comedy in two acts by 
Ronald Duncan. London, Rebel Press. 
82 p. © Ronald Duncan; 15Dec64; 
DF1934. 

CATCH THAT ON THE CORNER; words & music 
by Melvin Van Peebles. 3 sheets. 
© Almo Music Corp."; 13Nov68; C21122. 

THE CAUCUS RACE, by Martin Bell. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. ©Martin Bell; 
5Jul68; DU71933- 

THE CAVE, by Jonathan Gillman. 79 1. 
A play in 16 scenes. © Jonathan 
Gillman; 5Dec68; DU73C52. 

CEDRIC AND THE BUICK, by Harry T. 
Ferris. 68 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Harry T. Ferris; 30Dec68; DU73181. 



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THE CELEBRANTS, a play in three acts 
by Jerome Bahr. 107 1. Appl . 
states prev. reg. as The old priest, 
30Sep65, DU64088. NM: additions. 
© Jerome Bahr; 4oct68; DU72542. 

THE CELEBRATION, a play by John Hines. 
New York, New Dimensions Pub. Co. 
56 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
1967, DU68684. NM: editorial revi- 
sions & additions. © John Hines; 
Uan68; DP6817. 

CELEBRATION, by Barry Brodie. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. © Barry 
Thomas Brodie; 3Sep68; DU72321. 

CELESTINA. See 

AN EDITION OF THE COMEDIA DE CALISTO 
ET MELIBEA, SEVILLE, 1501, WITH 
COMMENTARY ON VARIANTS AND 
FILIATION OF EARLY TEXTS OF THE 
CELESTINA. 

THE CEREMONY OF INNOCENCE, by Ronald 
Ribman. New York, Dramatists Play 
Service. 54 p. A play in 2 acts. 
©Ronald Ribman; 28oct68; DP6834 . 

THE CHAMELEONS' FEAST, a clown show 
in eight scenes by Peter Lane 
Stambler. 84 1. © Peter Lane 
Stambler; 10Dec68; DU73103. 

THE CHARACTER, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by Alice 
H. Wallace. 30 1. © Alice H. Wal- 
lace; 12Jul68; DU71973. 

CHARLES DICKENS IN ILLINOIS; one act 
comedy by Janice Rentchler Shea. 
21 1. Dramatized from Pioneer family 
reminiscences. © Janice Rentchler 
Shea; 13Dec68; DU73068. 

CHARLIE COMPANY, by Erwin H. Lerner. 
80 1. A play. © Erwin H. Lerner; 
Uul68; DU71903. 

CHEATING THE SHEETS, by Richard Vernon 
Jones. 104 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Richard Vernon Jones; l8Nov68; 
DU72946. 

CHECK ME, BABY; w/m by W. Tomlin & D. 
Malone. 2 1. Recitation. © Don 
Music Co.; 22Jul68; C20727 . 

CHEER CUP CEREMONY; written by Lydia 
Caplan. 3 1. Script. © Lydia 
Caplan; 5Nov68; C21101. 

THE CHEMMY CIRCLE, by Georges Feydeau, 
adapted by Suzanne Grossmann & Paxton 
Whitehead. 1 v. A play in 4 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as La main 
passe, D9469, 1904. NM: translation 
& adaptation. © Suzanne Grossmann 8c 
Paxton Whitehead; 4Dec68; DU73084. 

CHIAROSCURO; or, Morning. A black 
power comedy by Israel Horovitz. 
4th draft. 49 1. © Israel Horovitz; 
280c t68; DU72726. 

THE CHICKEN GIRL, a comedy by Anthony 
Lesser. London, S. French. 76 p. 
(French's acting ed.) 3 acts. 
© Anthony Lesser; 20Feb§7; DF1921. 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES. 74 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
McLendon Educational Corp. 
© McLendon Educational Corp.; 12Aug68; 

c 20854. 

THE CHILD WHO MET JESUS, by Cherie 
DuMont, pseud, of Cherie Wick. 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Art Craft Play 
Co. 24 p. A play. © Art Craft 
Play Co.; 3Sep68; DP6799- 

CHILDREN ARE PEOPLE, TOO. See 
UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN. 

THE CHILD'S BAPTISM, a teleplay for the 
TV show The mothers-in-law by Carmelo 
0. Garlan, pseud, of Carmelo Garlano. 
20 1. © Carmelo Garlano; 29Nov68; 
DU73008. 



CHIMNEY, CHIMNEY. See 
BLOSSOM. 

CHONNUNGHASIN HANANIMI ILLYU UI 
SUNDNIRUL KAJ000M (God omnipotent 
makes man triumphant) A lecture on 
Christian Science by Noel D. Bryan- 
Jones. 13 p. Korean; title roman- 
ized. Appl. states prev. reg. 
C16072 & BB24965. © Noel D. Bryan- 
Jones; 13Sep68; C20913. 

CHORALE, a modern religious play in one 
act by Tony Gray (Houston Gray) 
31 p. © Tony Gray; 150ct68; DP6889. 

THE CHORUS GIRLS, a comedy by William 
Narcy, pseud, of William Narducci. 

1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © William 
Narcy; 19Nov68; DU72873. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: INSTANT HELP, a 
Christian Science lecture by Jules 
Cern. 29 1. © Jules Cern; 3Dec68; 
C21129. 

CHRISTIANITY IS FOR TODAY, a Christian 
Science lecture by Howard H. Irwin. 
Folder. © Howard H. Irwin; 20ct68; 
C20935. 

CHRISTMAS. See 
THE BLACK GLOVE. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL; dramatic version by 
Jayne Malan & Shauna Adix with ori- 
ginal music by Marie Nelson. 1 v. 
A play. From the original story by 
Charles Dickens. © Shauna M. Adix, 
Jayne B. Malan & Marie B. Nelson; 
230ct68; DU72674. 

THE CHRISTMAS CLOSET, a cloudy comedy 
by David Seiffer. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © David A. Seiffer; 5Aug68; 
DU72116. 

CHRISTMAS IN CUBA, a Christmas play by 
Richard W. Anderson. Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Co. 16 p. 

2 scenes. ©Rodeheaver Co.; 4Sep68; 
DP6788. 

CHRISTMAS IN THE TOY STORE, by Lilian 
Moore & Dorothy Doane. A musical 
adaptation of a wonderful Christmas 
story entitled: The leftovers' 
Christmas, by Lilian Moore. New 
York, Lee Music Corp. 32 p. © Lee 
Music Corp.; 24Sep68; DP6853. 

THE CHRISTMAS KNAVE; book by A. John 
Heineman, music & lyrics by Heineman 
& Weiser. 1 v. © John Heineman; 
240ct68; DU72689. 



CHRISTMAS LAND, a musical play; 

words & music by Catherine Davies. 
49 1. 3 acts. © Catherine Davies 
& Edward L. Davies, Jr.; 70ct68; 
DU72522. 

A CHRISTMAS STAR, by James H. Tracy 
(Verne E. Tracy) 3d draft. 80 1. 
A screenplay. © Verne E. Tracy; 
HDec68; DU73110. 

XMAS WISH PROMOS. 5 1. 5 radio 
scripts. Appl. author: Drake- 
Chenault Enterprises, Inc. 
Appl. ti.: KHJ-Christmas wish. 
© Drake -Chenault Enterprises, Inc.; 
25Nov68; C21138. 

CHRISTOPHER SLY; comic opera in two 
scenes and an interlude; music by 
Dominick Argento, libretto by John 
Manlove. New York, Boosey & Hawkes. 
175 p. Based on the induction to 
Shakespeare's The taming of the 
shrew. Vocal score. © Boosey & 
Hawkes, Inc.; 23Aug68; DP679O. 

CID. See 

THREE CLASSICAL PLAYS. 



LE CIEL EPOUSE LA TERRE; ou, Pourquoi? 
Drame psychologique en 4 actes de 
Lucie Stephani, pseud, de Lucie 
Malkhassian. 36 1. ©Lucie Stephani 
90ct68; DU72732. 

THE CIGARETTE FIEND; or, Oil is where 
you find it, Blade Daggershaw. A 
modern musical melodrama in two acts; 
book & lyrics by Rainsford J. Winslow 
with good old fashioned music of 
years ago. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 8Jan68, 
DU70462. NM: new song & revisions. 
© Rainsford J. Winslow; l60ct68; 
DU726IO. 

CINDERELLA, a pocketsized operetta in 
six scenes by Robert S. Triplett. 
1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
6May68; EU51620. NM: additions. 
©Robert S. Triplett; 27Aug68; 
DU72825. 

CIRCULAR ATTRIBUTES, by George E. 
Maier. 5 1- Lecture. © George E. 
Maler; 10Jul68; C20774. 

CIRCUS OF LIFE, a play in two acts by 
Edward Kinchley Evans. 60 1. 
© Edward Kinchley Evans; 300ct68; 
DU72749. 

CLASSICAL ELECTROMAGNETISM: AN INTRO- 
DUCTION; 15 television lessons by 
A. A. Pandiscio. 1 v. © A. A. Pan- 
discio; 6Aug68; C20767. 

THE CLAY GOLEM, a play In three acts by 
Mel Gordon (Melvin Irwin Gordon) 
57 1. © Mel Gordon; l40ct68; 
DU72629. 

CLEO ON THE RUN, a drama in two acts by 
Marlow Anderson. 133 1. © Richard 
Marlow Anderson; 290ct68; DU72743. 

THE CLEVER AMERICAN, a new play by 
Tedwell Chapman & Jeanne Gibson 
Merrick. 91 1. 3 acts. © Tedwell 
Chapman & Jeanne Gibson Merrick; 
l8Nov68; DU72928. 

CLIMATE OF CONSCIENCE, by James Nugent. 
45 1. A play in 1 act. © James 
Francis Nugent III; 24Sep68; 
DU72459. 

CLOSE COVER BEFORE STRIKING, by Bill 
McCabe. 37 1. A play. ©Bill 
McCabe; 5Jul68; DU71930. 

THE CLOSED ROOM, a comedy by Patterson 
Greene. 112 1. 3 acts. © Mary W. 
Greene, executrix of Estate of 
Patterson Greene; 25Nov68; DU73003. 

CLOSETS, a play in two acts by Regis 
Caddie, pseud, of Regis Cej'rowski. 

1 v. © Regis Caddie; 23Dec68; 
DU73112. 

CLOTHES ALWAYS MAKE THE MAN, by 

Lorraine Michele, pseud, of Lorraine 
Michele Seymour. 115 1. A play in 

2 acts. © Lorraine Michele Seymour; 
12Dec68; DU73H4 . 

CLOUDBURST, by John H. Brubaker ' III. 
12 1. A play. © John H. Brubaker 
III; 27Sep68; DU72484. 

CLOWNS AND APES, by David Ball. The 
wicked messenger; Gorilla, gorilla. 
1 v. 2 plays. © David Ball; 
210ct68; DU72680. 

COCKLES & MUSSELS; musical stage play 
in two acts by Paul Casey. 2 V. 
Based on folk song Molly Malone. 
© Paul Casey; 280ct68; DU72688. 

COFFEE LACE. See 
LITTLE BOXES. 

COLD SUN; screenplay & shooting script 
by David Korn. 1 v. © David Korn; 
l6Dec68; DU73139. 



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July-Dec. 



THE COLLABORATION, a play in three 
acts by Laura Olsher. 1 v. 
© Laura Olsher; 12Nov68; DU72892. 

COLLECTED PLAYS, by T. S. Eliot. Mur- 
der in the cathedral & others. 
London, Faber & Faber. 355 P- 

5 plays. © T. S. Eliot; 31Aug62; 
AF28129. 

COLLEGE INCENTIVE PROGRAM, by Mark 
Toby. 3 1. A script. © Mark 
Toby; 26Dec68; 021244. 

COLOME-AN AUX aUEUX. See 
L'ART CELTE, KELLS BOOK. 
LES CONSERVATEUES DE LA TRADITION. 
ERASME ET SES AIDES. 
NOS ANCETRES CELTIQUES. 

COLONIAL SABRE, a drama in three acts 
by Robert Deane Dickey. 1 v. 
© Robert Deane Dickey; 22Jul68; 
DU72024. 

COLOR AND THE WIND INSTRUMENTS IN OUR 
ORCHESTRA, PROGRAM F; video-tape 
project written, produced & directed 
by Charles Blackman. 18 1. A re- 
cording script. © Charles Blackman; 
30Dec68; C21246. 

COME ALIVE; poems ana plays in series 
by Norstad Whittington, pseud, of 
James 0. Atkins, Jr. 3 v. © James 
Omer Atkins, Jr.; Uun68; A35448. 

COME BACK, BERLIN, ALL IS FORGIVEN, by 
G. Tito Shaw. 1 V. A play in 5 acts. 
© G. Tito Shaw; 15Jul68; DU71986. 

COME DANCE IN THE FOUNTAIN, a comedy in 
three acts by Roy Shenberg. 1 v. 
© Roy Shenberg; 90ct68; DU72582. 

COME RAISING YOUR LEG ON ME; words & 
music by Melvin Van Peebles. 
2 sheets. © Almo Music Corp.; 
13Nov68; C21124. 

COME TO THE BIRTHDAY PARTY, by Rosemary 
Rice. 9 1. Skit with music. Book 

6 lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 25Jan68. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Rosemary Rice d.b.a. Miss 
Marcie Music Co.; 6Aug68; C20775. 

COME WITHIN MY HEART, program number 
five by Kitty Colette Keepers Voss. 
8 1. 10 religious poems dedicated 
to Dr. Martin Luther King. © Kitty 
Colette Keepers Voss; 26jul68 ; 
C20753 . 

COME WITHIN MY HEART, program number 
four by Kitty Colette Keepers Voss. 
18 1. 30 poems dedicated to Faith 
Farm, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 
S Kitty Colette Keepers Voss; 
26jul68; C20754. 

C0MEDIA DA VTTA; book & lyrics by 
Curt Hood (Curtis Hood) 1 v. A 
musical play in 7 scenes. English. 
Book & lyrics only. © Curtis Hood; 
24Sep68; DU72421. 

C0MEDIA DE CALIST0 ET MELIBEA. See 
AN EDITION OF THE COMEDIA DE CALIST0 
ET MELIBEA, SEVILLE, 1501, WITH 
COMMENTARY ON VARIANTS AND 
FILIATION OF EARLY TEXTS OF THE 
CELESTINA. 

COMEDY; edited by Ashley Brown & John 
L. Kimmey. Columbus, Ohio, C. E. 
Merrill Pub. Co. 251 p. (Modes of 
literature series) © Charles E. 
Merrill Pub. Co.; 280ct68; A28682. 

THE COMING-OUT, by Sherry M. Gershon. 
52 1. A play in 2 acts. © Sherry 
M. Gershon; 17Jun68; DU7198I. 

COMMERCIAL PILOT INDIVIDUAL CONSOLE, 
by L. Noll. 1 v. 10 film lectures. 
(A-V program no.KCC-833-1-3, 5-8, 
10-12) Appl. author: Ken Cook Co., 
employer' for hire. Appl. ti.: 
Commercial pilot course. © Ken Cook 
Co.; 12Sep68; C20882. 



THE COMMITTEE MEETING, a comedy for 
five women in one act by Joellen K. 
Bland. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
18 p. (Baker's Plays for amateurs) 
Appl. author: Walter H. Baker Co., 
employer for hire. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 22Jul68; DP6765. 

THE COMMODITY MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNT 
FRANCHISE PLAN, by H. Barry Rose. 
8 1. Lecture. © H. Barry Rose; 
29Jul68; C20749. 

COMMUNICATION, by Truly Trousdale 
Latchaw. 16 1. Television script. 
© Truly Trousdale Latchaw; 13Aug68; 
C20788. 

COMMUNICATION, SOME ABSTRACT AND PRAC- 
TICAL PRINCIPLES, by Joseph Gordon 
Buller. 1 v. Lecture. © Joseph 
Gordon Buller; 210ct68; C21005 . 

COMMUNION, a dramatic composition by 
David Welch. 110 1. A screenplay. 
© David Welch; 7Aug68; DU72139. 

LE COMTE ODERLAND; histoire atroce et 
morale en douze tableau de Max 
Frisch; traduit de 1 ' allemand par 
Henry Bergerot. [Paris] Gallimard . 
99 P- (Theatre du monde entier) 
© Editions Gallimard; 15Jun68; 
DFO-1620. 

CONCENTRIC CIRCLES, a play in one act 
by Benjamin Bradford. 31 1- 
© Benjamin Bradford; 25Nov68; 
DU72980. 

CONCERTO A SAINT -TROPEZ, de F. Douster, 
pseud, of Rene H. P. Lariviere. 
24l 1. A screenplay in 20 episodes. 
NM: additions & revisions. 
© F. Douster; 280ct68; DU72936. 

LA CONCHA (The shell), by Anastasia 
Curran, pseud, of June Septant. 
129 1. A play. © June Septant; 
5Aug68; DU720S9. 

CONFESSIONS FROM A BLACK REVOLUTIONARY, 
a short tragedy by Cyril Boynes, Jr. 
21 1. © Cyril Boynes, Jr.; l6Sep68; 
DU72408. 

THE CONJUROR PLAY, a vicious circle by 
David S. Cole. (In Mosaic. Spring 
1968. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard- 
Radcliffe Hillel Society. v. 9, no.l, 
p. 54-92) ©David S. Cole; 25May68; 
DP6803. 

LES CONSERVATEURS DE LA TRADITION; 
commentaire par Emile Trachsel. 
D'apres et en complement de 1'ouvrage 
De Colomban aux Gueux, d 1 Emile 
Trachsel. 22 1. (Film fixe no 2) 
Slide script. Appl. states book, De 
Colomban aux Gueux prev. reg. l6Aug49 ; 
AFO-15. NM: compilation. © Emile 
Trachsel; 9Dec68; C21240. 

CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN DRAMA; selected & 
translated by Franklin D. Reeve, with 
a pref . by Victor Rozov. New York, 
Pegasus (P1043) 303 p. 5 plays. 
NM: introd., compilation & transla- 
tion. Appl. author: Western Pub. Co., 
Inc., employer for hire. © Western 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 2Aug68; A20638. 

.THE CONTEST, a play in one act by 

Michael McGrinder. 25 1. © Michael 
McGrinder; 17Sep68; DU72412. 

CONTINUITY OF COMMISSIONS, by Roger W. 
King. 10 1. © Roger W. King; 
l60ct68; C20993. 

THE CONVERSION OF PATROLMAN O'CONNOR, 
a musical play by Carolyn Richter. 
97 1. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Carolyn Richter; 110ct68; DU72611. 

THE COOL WINDOW. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 



COP-OUT, a play by John Guare. 35 1- 
Book & lyrics only. © John Guare; 
5Dec68; DU73048. 

COPPELIA, a children's play by John 
Fenn. 1 v. 2 acts. © John Whiting 
Fenn; 5Nov68; DU72812. 

COPPER FUTURES, by Alfa Betty Olsen & 
Joel C. Dobris. 113 1. Screenplay. 
© Alfa Betty Olsen & Joel C. Dobris; 
3Jul68; DU71916. 

COPPERFACED JACK, by John 0' Donovan. 
2 acts. (In 7 Irish plays, 1946- 
1964. Minneapolis, University of 
Minnesota Press, p. 247-305) 
© John 0' Donovan; 6Nov67; DP6793. 

CORNEILLE, I; pref. de Pierre Aime 
Touchard; chronologie, notices & 
notes de Gilbert Sigaux. [Geneva] 
611 p. (Les Genies du theatre fran- 
cais) (Le Theatre complet de Cor- 
neille) 6 plays. NM: foreword, chro- 
nology, notices & notes. © Edlto- 
Service, S.A.; 10May68; AF0-55592. 

CORNEILLE, II; notices & notes de Gil- 
bert Sigaux. [Geneva] 620 p. (Les 
Genies du theatre francais) (Le 
Theatre complet de Corneille) 
7 plays. NM: notices & notes. 
© Edito-Service, S.A.; 31May66; 
AFO-55583. 

THE CORNER, by Ed Bullins. 52 1. A 
play in 4 scenes. © Ed Bullins; 
4Dec68; DU73035 . 

A CORNER OF THE BED, by Allan Jack 
Lewis. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Allan Jack Lewis; 280ct68; 
DU72755. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; 
April 18, 1966, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 12 1. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; l6Aug68; 
C20807 • 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LORD MAHA CHOHAN; May 29, 
1966, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 10 1. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; l6Aug68; C20801. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LORD MAITREYA; July 5, 
•1966, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
11 1. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 22Nov68; C21146. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS THE CHRIST; 
May 19, 1966, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 11 1. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; l6Aug68; C20800. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY ASTREA; June 29, 
1966, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
15 1. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 22Nov68; C21149. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY ELOHIM CYCLOPEA; 
April 21, 1966, Chicago, 111. 
Recording script. 12 1. Appl. 
author: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; l6Aug68; 
C20804. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY LANTO; June 30, 
1966, Chicago, 111. 9 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 22Nov68; C21159. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; June 28, 
1966, Chicago, 111. Recording 



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script. 13 1. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 22Nov68; C21150. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY GREAT ANGEL DEVA OF THE JADE 
TEMPLE; Apr. 22, 1966, Chicago, 111. 
Recording script. 16 1. Appl. au- 
thor: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 22Nov68; 
C21143. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ASCENDED BEING, GODDESS OP 
LIGHT; April 23, 1966, Chicago, 111. 
Recording script. 12 1. Appl. 
author: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; l6Aug68; 
C20803 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT COSMIC ANGEL ON WHOSE CROWN 
BLAZES THE WORD - UNION; April 19, 
1966, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 11 1. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; l6Aug68; C20806. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM, BELOVED MIGHTY 
HERCULES; July 4, 1966, Chicago, 111. 
Recording script. 13 1- Appl. au- 
thor: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 22Nov68; 
C21147. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM OP PURITY; April 20, 
1966, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 14 1. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; l6Aug68; C20805. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PURITY; July 7, 
1966, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
13 1. ' Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 22Nov68; C21144 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; July 6, 
1966, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
12 1. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 22Nov68; C21145. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BLESSED HERCULES; April 17, 
1966, Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 16 1. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; l6Aug68; C20808. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BLESSED SAINT GERMAIN; 
June 26, 1966, Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 12 1. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; l6Aug68; 
C20809. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY CYCLOPEA; July 1, I966, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
12 1. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 22Nov68; C21148. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ELOHIM OF PEACE; April 24, 
1966, Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
14 1. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; l6Aug68; C20802. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY PRECIOUS DADDY; June 27, 1966, 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
8 1. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 22Nov6"8; C21151. 

THE CORRUPTERS, by Gertrude Samuels. 
47 1. A play in 3 scenes. Adapted 
from The people vs. Baby. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 5May67, A910390. 
© Gertrude Samuels; 140ct68; 
DU72780. 



COSA NOSTRA; screenplay by Ray Wells, 
pseud, of Raphael Arguelles. 121 1. 
English. © Ray Wells; 20Sep68; 
DU72567. 

COSMOPOLITAN NEWS, by Edward R. 
Wallerstein. 1 v. 22 scripts. 
© Edward R. Wallerstein; 9Sep68; 
C21064 . 

COSTUMES. See 
FANTASIES . 

COTTON CANDY. See 
A QUARTET FOR TWO. 

COUNT THAT DAY LOST, by Stewart H. 
Benedict. 20 1. A play. © Stewart 
H. Benedict; 27Nov68; DU72997. 

A COUNTRY WITHOUT RAIN, by William 
Hanley. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© William Hanley; 14Nov68; DU72908. 

A COUPLE OF THINGS, by Gary Britton, 
pseud, of Gary A. Bisig. 1 v. 
A play. © Gary Britton; l6Dec68; 
DU73140. 

THE COURTESAN, an intimacy in one act 
by Henry C. Timm. Acting version. 
26 1. © Henry C. Timm; 30Dec68; 
DU73174. 

THE COURTSHIP OF IVAN, by Frank Martin 
(Francis B. Martin) 118 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Francis B. Martin; 
l6Aug68; DU72422. 

THE CRABS; or, Gilbert and his box. 
A play by Paul Haller. 51 1. 3 
acts. © Paul Haller; 9Aug68; 
DU72148. 

THE CREATION AND EARLY CARE OF BLAH; 
bourgeois drama in five sets by 
Carolyn Fowler . (Carolyn Fowler 
Gerald) 18 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Carolyn Fowler Gerald; 80ct68; 
DU72555. 

CREATIVE STEWARDSHIP PORTFOLIO, by 
J. Philip Wahl. 16 1. 5 sermons. 
© Creative Stewardship; 14Aug68; 
C20948. 

CREATIVE WOMANPOWER, A NECESSARY FORCE 
FOR THE REDUCTION OF VIOLENCE IN OUR 
SOCIETY, an address by Mrs. Martin 
Luther King, Jr. ... New York City, 
July 23, 1968. 19 1. © Coretta Scott 
King; 3Sep68; C20865 . 

THE CREATURE OF THE SWAMP, an original 
story written and adapted for tele- 
vision by Ruth M. Owens. 55 1. 
© Ruth M. Owens; 31Jul68; DU72081. 

A CRIME AGAINST NATURE IN THE PAFtK, 
a comedy by Gus Weill. 8l 1. 
2 acts. © Gus Weill; 25Sep68; 
DU72427. 

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT, a play by 

Donald Freed & Guy Stockwell. 1 v. 
3 acts. Based in part on the 
writings of Fyodor Dostoyevsky. 
© Donald Freed; 15Nov68; DU72877. 

CRIME IN TIME, by George A. Ribken, Sr. 
& William N. Sterns, Jr. 109 1. 
A screenplay. © George Allen Ribken, 
Sr. & William N. Sterns, Jr.; 
29Jul68; DU72065. 

THE CRIMINAL WHO COULDN'T BE TRUSTED, a 
play for children of all ages written 
by Chris McCann (Christian D. McCann) 
1 v. 3 acts. © Chris McCann; . 
5Aug68; DU72115. 

CRISIS AT COLUMBIA, by H. Paul Jeffers. 
Program 1-2. 1 v. Tape recording 
scripts. © EMR Enterprises; 300ct68; 
C21065. 
CROOK MEETS CROOK, by Emmy Gyaki & 
Bob Winters (Robert L. Winters) 
35 1. A play in 3 acts. © Emmy E. 
Gyaki & Robert L. Winters; 
13Sep68; DU7239L 



THE CROSSWORD MAN, by Richard Goss- 
willer. 79 1. A play in 4 scenes. 
© Richard Gosswlller; 6Jan69; DU73163. 

THE CROWN PRINCE. See 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 

THE CRUELEST MONTH, a vision by Henry 
C. Timm. 46 1. A play. © Henry 
Christian Timm; 4Dec68; DU73043. 

THE CRUISE (The secret of the stowaway) 
By Judith Marie Garson; music by 
Kenneth Joseph Behrens. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
17Jan66, DU64730. NM: additions. 
© Judith Marie Garson & Kenneth 
Joseph Behrens; l6Dec68; DU72779. 

THE CRYSTAL CHANDELIER, a play in two 
acts by Carolyn M. Rutherford. 23 1. 
Adapted from a case history developed 
by Uvelia S. A. Bowen. © Carolyn M. 
Rutherford; 29Mar68; DP6768. 

THE CRYSTAL PIGS, by Gary Britton, 
pseud, of Gary A. Bisig. 1 v. 
A play. © Gary Britton; l6Dec68; 
DU73141. 

A CUP FULL OF SUN; script 5: music by 
Jerre Parks. 2 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Jerre Bryan Parks; 6Nov68; DU72844 . 

THE CUP OF ELIJAH, a dramatic phantasy 
in prologue & three, acts by Harry T. 
Zankel. 6l 1. © Harry T. Zankel; 
23Dec68; DU73155. 

CURCULIO. See 

TRANSLATION KEY FOR PLAUTUS FOR 
READING AND PRODUCTION. 

THE CURSE OF SOLOMON, by Alvis Howard, 
Jr. 5 1. Monolog. © Alvls Howard, 
Jr.; l4Nov68; C21115. 

CUT FLOWERS, a play by Marshall Yaeger. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Marshall Jay Yaeeer; 
12Nov68; DU72888. 

CYMBELINE, by William Shakespeare; 
edited by Richard Hosley. New York, 
New American Library. 239 P- 
(The Signet classic Shakespeare, 
CT394) 5 acts. NM: introd., compi- 
lation, editorial notes & additions. 
© Richard Hosley; 30Jun68; A9797. 

CYRANO DE BERGERAC, by Edmond Rostand. 
39 p. Analytical notes and the com- 
plete playscript. 5 acts. Cyrano 
de Bergerac [commentary] by John 
Simon; Cyrano's Paris, by Roger 
Shattuck. Appl. authors: Theatre 
Recording Society & others. © Theatre 
Recording Society; 25Jun6"5; A327H. 

CYRANO DE BERGERAC, by Edmond Rostand; 
In one act adapted by I. E. Clark. 
Schulenburg, Tex., Stage Magic Plays. 
26 1. A play. NM: revisions. 
© I. E. Clark; 15Sep68; A24328. 

CYRIL, a play In one act by Eileen 
Charles, pseud, of Eileen Doris 
Driver. 31 1. © Eileen Doris 
Driver; 21Nov68; DU73004 . 



D 



DAD FOR A WEEK; created & written by 
Edward D. Wrobleski. 1 v. Tele- 
vision script for Man alive, a reli- 
gious televison series. © Edward D. 
Wrobleski; 13Dec68; C21188. 

DANACA (DAN-IT-ZA); original story and 
teleplay for a 90 minute TV musical 
romance by Joan Werling. 80 1. 
English. Book only. © Joan Werling; 
lAug68; DU72096. ' 

DANCE OF THE TWELVE MOONS, by Arthur 
S. Janaluska. 6 1. © Arthur S. 
Janaluska; 310ct68; C21068. 



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A DANGEROUS WAY HOME, by Forest 

Feighner. 59 1. A play in 7 scenes. 
Includes lyrics to 3 songs. © Forest 
D. 'Feighner; 20Nov68; DU73073. 

DANTE, a historical play in three acts 
by Charles Garo Ashjian. 1 v. 
© Charles Garo Ashjian; l6Dec68; 
DU73131. 

DAPHNE IN COTTAGE D, a play in two acts 
by Stephen Levi. New York, Drama- 
tists Play Service. 59 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 150ct64, DU61404. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Stephen 
Levi; 20May68; DP6752. 

A DAUGHTER OF SONG, a play in three 
acts by The Harrington Brothers 
(Kevin J. Harrington & Thomas M. 
Harrington) 63 1. © Kevin J. 
Harrington & Thomas M. Harrington; 
4Sep68; DU72333. 

THE DAVID SHOW, a comedy in two acts 
by A. R. Gurney, Jr. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 7Sep66, DU66781. 
NM: additions & revisions. ©Albert 
R. Gurney, Jr.; 10ct68; DU72519. 

DAVID, YOU DAMN DEGENERATE, by Barry 

L. Becker. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 

. © Barry L. Becker; 70ct68; DU72560. 

A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG, by Peter 
Nichols. London, Faber & Faber. 
87 p. 2 acts. © Peter Nichols; 
24Sep67; DP6858. 

THE DAY THE FISH GOT AWAY, by Lanny 
R. Fellers. 42 1. A play in 2 
scenes. © Lanny R. Fellers; 28Aug68; 
DU72286. 

THE DAYS IN THE LIFE OF AN ANT HILL, by 
Joyce C. Smith. 7 1. A play in 6 
scenes. © Joyce Caraille Smith; 
HJul68; DU71927- 

DEADLY HUNT; screenplay melodrama by 
Jeremy L. Evans, pseud, of Laurence 
S. Liebson. 80 1. © Jeremy L. 
Evans; l4Aug68; DU72180. 

DEAR CHILDREN, a comedy by Jack 
Popplewell. London, S. French. 
75 p. (French's acting ed.) 3 acts. 
© Jack Popplewell; 15Jun67; DFI923. 

DEAR JOHN, a play by Dwight Steward. 
28 1. © Dwight Steward; l6Sep68; 
DU72405. 

DEAR LOVE. See 
JUST WE TWO. 

DEARLY BELOVED, by Mignon G. Eberhart. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Mignon G. 
Eberhart; 30Aug68; DU72434. 

THE DEATH AND MARRIAGE OF EVA BRAUN 
IN THE BUNKER,, by Russell Graves. 
18 1. A play in 9 scenes. With 
lyrics for 1 song. © Russell 
Graves; 20Nov68; DU72975. 

THE DEATH AND TRIAL OF POPE FORMOSUS, 
by Joseph Dispenza. 76 1. A play. 
© Joseph Ernest Dispenza; 5Nov68; 
DU72813. 

THE DEATH OF PANTALONE, a play in two 
acts by Mike Major (Michael Joseph 
Major) 87 1. © Michael Joseph 
Major; 10Sep68; DU72357. 

DEATH OF THE PRESIDENT; play in three 
acts by Peter Lotar, translated from 
the original German by Ewald Osers. 
1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
50ct66, DU67058. NM: English trans- 
lation. © Reiss, A.G. Theaterverlag; 
l4Nov68; DU72869. 

DEATH TO THY SELF, a play in one act by 
Richard P. Matthews. 12 1. ©Rich- 
ard P. Matthews; 30ct68; DU72535. 



DEATHWISH; two plays by Philip Ashley 
Greene. 1 v. Contents: Mexican 
standoff .--Facing mirrors. © Philip 
Ashley Greene; 25Sep68; DU72502. 

DEBILATION, a one act play with an op- 
tional beginning by Beverly Thompson. 
32 1. © Beverly Elaine Thompson; 
13Aug68; DU72171. 

THE DECLINE AND FALL OF ALFRED BLOOM, 
a film script by Arthur 0. Whitney. 
112 1. © Arthur 0. Whitney; 6Nov68; 
DU72840. 

DEDICATED WOMAN, by Larry Neal Culbert- 
son. Sheet. © Larry Neal Culbertson; 
l8Nov68; C21182. 

DEFROCKED. See 
THE MALE RIGHT. 

DELAY MY FUNERAL, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
William F. Norman. 32 1. © William 
F. Norman; 26Sep68; DU72477. 

DEMOCRACY AND ESTHER, a play by Romulus 
Linney. 1 v. 2 acts. From the 
novels of Henry Adams. NM: addition. 
© Romulus Linney; 5Nov68; DU72735 . 

DEMOCRACY, MEDIOCRITY, AMD THE SCHOLAR- 
LY CALLING, by Andrew Hacker. 13 1. 
Lecture. © Andrew Hacker; 29Jul68; 
C20748. 

DEMONSTRATION NCR CLASS 14 PETITE 

10-KEY ADDING MACHINE, by Dynaphonics. 
19 1. A recording script. © Dyna- 
phonics, Inc.; 230ct68; C21019. 

DENTIFRICE DEMONSTRATION, a lecture to 
show the qualities of a new non-a- 
brasive dentifrice by Leonard G. 
Martin. 2 1. © Leonard G. Martin; 
5Sep68; C20877. 

DEPARTURE; words & music by Graeme 
Edge. Sheet. Book only. © Palace 
Music Co., Ltd.; l8Sep68; C20903- 

THE DEPOT, by William E. Lee. 49 1. 
A musical play. Book only. 
Appl. states music & lyrics prev. 
reg. 7Mar68, EU41474. ©New Version 
Music; 9Sep68; DU72364 . 

DEVIL AT MY HEELS, a western by 
Herman Raucher. 1st draft. 
172 1. A screenplay. © Herman 
Raucher; 210ct68; DU72663. 

DEVIL IN THE COTTON FIELD, by Jerry 
Jones. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Jerry Jones; l6Sep68; DU72658. 

THE. DEVIL'S A BUSY MAN, an original 
operetta in three acts by Audrey 
Long Whitlock & Nerissa Long Milton. 
1 v. © Audrey Long Whitlock & 
Nerissa Long Milton; 6Dec68; 
DU73080. 

THE DEVIL'S TURMOIL, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Annie L. Patten. 30 1. © Annie L. 
Patten; 4Nov68; DU72806. 

DIALOGUE FOR VOICES AND SHOTGUN, by 
Ron Whyte; music by Mel Marvin, 
lyrics- by Bob Satuloff (Robert Satu- 
loff) 1 v. © Ron Whyte, Mel Marvin 
Sc Bob Satuloff; 19Nov68; DU72941. 

DIALOGUES, LITURGIES, ONE-LINERS, INTER- 
VIEWS, ROUTINES III, by Gerald J. 
Rizzuto. 1 v. © Gerald J. Rizzuto; 
5Nov68; C21103. 

DIARIES, a play by V. Robert Coleman. 
34 1. © V. Robert Coleman; 12Nov68; 
DU72865. 

DIDI (Das Attentat) Spiel in einem Akt 
von Oskar Zemme. [Vienna] Universal 
Edition. 77 p. © Universal Edition, 
A. G.; 17Jul68; DFO-1638. 



DIRTY WORK IN THE OIL PATCH. Spe 
SKULDUGGERY AT THE CROSSROADS. 

THE DISCOVERY, a play in three acts by 
John Michael Sophos. 66 1. © John 
Michael Sophos; 3Sep68; DU72311. 

THE DISCOVERY OF DRAMA, by Thomas E. 
Sanders. Scott, Foresman. 632 p. 
(Discovery of literature series, 
5670) © Scott, Foresman & Co.; 
12Jul68; AI5751. 

DISHPAN HANDS; written by Hiram Taylor. 
93 1. A play in 3 acts. © Hiram 
Edwin Taylor; 30ct68; DU72536. 

DISORDER IN STRINGS, by L. Koenigswer- 
ther & A. M. Tensi. 30 1. © Lois 
Koenigswerther & Ann-Marie Tensi; 
12Nov68; DU72887. 

DISPLAYING HOUSE PLANTS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

DIVIDING. See 

MAKING THINGS GROW. 

LA DIVTNA; opera buff a in one act; 
music & text by Thomas Pasatieri. 
Bryn Mawr, Pa., T. Presser Co. 
46 p. © Theodore Presser Co.; 
17May68; DP6784. 

DIVINE WORDS, a village tragicomedy by 
Ramon Maria del Valle-Inclan; trans- 
lated by Edwin Williams. 3 acts. 
(In Modern Spanish theatre. New 
York, Dutton. p. 1-78) © Edwin 
Williams; l4Mar68; DP6777. 

DIVISION OF FRACTIONS. Lesson no. 1-3. 
By Electronic Learning. 1 v. 
A recording script. © Electronic 
Learning, Inc.; 29Nov68; C21198. 

DIVORCE; words by Darrell Rader, music 
by Danny Logan. Folder. Recitation. 
© Darrell Rader; 90ct68; C20971. 

DIVORSKI. See 

BENBOW & DIVORSKI. 

DO WE REALLY CARE? A Christian 
Science lecture by William Henry 
Alton. Folder. © William Henry 
Alton; 20ct68; C20934. 

DO WE THINK OR JUST THINK WE THINK? 
A Christian Science lecture by John 
H. Wyndham. 4 p. © John H. Wyndham; 
12Nov68; C21078. 

DOC FAUSTUS, by Tilton Topping. 

6l 1. A play in 3 acts. © Tilton 
Topping; 4Nov68; DU7279&. 

DR. COOK'S GARDEN, a melodrama by Ira 
Levin. New York, Dramatists Play 
Service. 63 p. 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 5Jun67, DU68934. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Ira 
Levin; lAug68; DP6786. 

DOCTOR DEATH, a play in one act by 

Martin Brown, pseud, of Morris Brown. 
56 1. © Morris Brown; 5Jul68; 
DU71935- 

THE DOCTOR HAS A DOUBLE, a one act 
play by LaVerna A. Smith (LaVerna A. 
Smith Ross) 22 1. © LaVerna A. 
Smith Ross; 150ct68; DU72607. 

DR. HERMAN JAKE RODEMACHER; serious 
commentaries & heart warming pleas- 
antries, by Roland Botz & Linda Sue 
Botz. 1 v. © Roland Botz & Linda 
Sue Botz; 7Aug68; C20768. 

A DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF; freely 
adapted by Aurand Harris from Moliere. 
Anchorage, Ky., Anchorage Press. 
44 p. 2 acts. ©Anchorage Press, 
Inc.; 6Aug68; DP6773. 



DR. KHEAL, by Maria Irene Fornes. 
Dialog. © Maria Irene Fornes; 
8Aug68; C20759. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



103 



DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, NATRA CONVEN- 
TION, RCA DINNER, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 
AUGUST 11, 1967 by Martin Luther 
King, Jr. 24 1. A lecture. 
© Estate of Martin Luther King, Jr.; 
24jul68; C20742. 

DR. PACE MEETS OTHELLO, a one act stage 
play by Gil Garcia (Gilbert Garcia) 
44 1. © Gil Garcia; 12Sep68; DU72376. 

DR. PIPE PLUMBER, by Frank Kalil & Jay 
T. Taylor. 7 1. Script. © Beech- 
wood Music Corp.; 21Nov68; C21227 . 

THE DOCTOR'S ASSISTANTS, by David J. 
Kennedy. 32 1. A play. . © David J. 
Kennedy; 210ct68; DU72661. 

A DODO'S HOUSE, a play by Nicholas 
Bellitto. 77 1. 2 acts. © Nicho- 
las Bellitto; 30Dec68; DU73182. 

A DOG BARKED, a play in one act by 
Maria Kout. 54 1. © Maria Kout; 
12Nov68; DU72879- 

THE DOG HOUSE, a comedy by Mary Orr 
(Mary Orr Denham) & Reginald Denham. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Mary Orr & Reginald 
Denham; 10Jul68; DU71980. 

A DOG WHO TRIED TO RIDE A BICYCLE; drama 
in 3 acts by Lloyd K. Lewis. 27 1. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. authors: 
Lloyd K. Lewis & Arnold P. Lewis. 
© Lloyd K. Lewis & Arnold P. Lewis; 
13Dec68; DU73057- 

DOING IT, by Victor B. Miller. 123 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Victor B. Miller; 
12Jul68; DU71972- 

DOING THE DANCE GROTESQUE, by William 
Ritchie, pseud, of William Ritchie 
Carpenter. 70 1. A play in 18 
scenes. © William Ritchie Carpenter; 
5Sep68; DU72340. 

DOLCIN COMMERCIALS. See 
12 DOLCIN COMMERCIALS. 

THE DOLLMAKER'S DILEMMA; book & lyrics 
by Cheryl Faraone & Ellen Hickey, 
music by John Franceschina. Rev. 
version Nov. 1967 . 1 v. A play in 
8 scenes. © Cheryl Faraone, Ellen 
Hickey & John Franceschina; 90ct68; 
DU72868. 

A DOLL'S HOUSE, by Henrik Ibsen; trans- 
lated by R. Farquharson Sharp, sup- 
plemental materials by Harry Shefter 
8: Hortense H. Levisohn. New York, 
Washington Square Press. 1 v. (Rea- 
der's enrichment series, RE 127) 3 
acts. © on Teacher's manual & Rea- 
der's supplement; Washington Square 
Press, Inc.; 2Jan68; AI3O6. 

DOMINO; original screenplay by Richard 
Brukenfeld. 116 1. 5 parts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l6Aug65, DU63738; 
13Jun66, DU66197. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Richard Brukenfeld; 
31Dec68; DU73184. 

DON JUAN OF THE TEA CUPS, by Ray Buck 
(Raymond John Buck, Jr.) 103 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Raymond John 
Buck, Jr.; 100ct68; DU72587. 

7 HE DONKEY'S SHADOW (Des Esels Schatten) 
Comedy adapted from Chrlstoph Martin 
Wieland's novel The Abderites by Hans 
Adler; arranged in six scenes by 
Stephan Schaller. Music by Richard 
Strauss; orchestrated and completed 
by Karl Haussner. English version by 
Maria Pelikan. London, Boosey & 
Hawkes. 53 p. Libretto. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 21Jul68, EP250993 . 
© on English translation; Boosey & 
Hawkes Music Publishers, Ltd.; 
170ct68; DP6844. 

DON'T BE AN ASTRONAUT LIKE YOUR FATHER, 
a drama; a uthor, Lloy d K. Lewis. 1 v. 



3 acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
authors: Lloyd K. Lewis & Arnold P. 
Lewis. © Lloyd K. Lewis & Arnold P. 
Lewis; 13Dec68; DU73056. 

DON'T SAY I'M UGLY, SAY FROGFACE, a 
play in two acts by Arnold Meyer. 
145 1. © Arnold Meyer; 30Sep68; 
DU72487. 

DON'T SLEEP IN THE DARK, by Donald 
R. Boyle, pseud, of Donald R. B. 
Douglas. 135 1. A screenplay. 
© Donald R. Boyle; 5Nov68; DU72814. 

DON'T WORRY ABOUT -ME, a play in one 
scene by Romulus Linney. 27 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Romulus 
Linney; 5Nov68; DU72828. 

THE DOODLES, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Sylvio 
B. Troianello. 30 1. © Sylvio B. 
Troianello; 23Aug68; DU72251- 

THE DOOR, by Bobby Sandler 8c Mike 
Knight. 4 1. A script. © Bobby 
Sandler & Mike Knight; 4nov68; 

c 21057. 

DOOR-TO-DOOR TAXIDERMIST, by Frank 

Kalil & Jay T. Taylor. 4 1. Script. 
© Beechwood Music Corp.; 21Nov68; 
C21232. 

A DOUBLE FRAKTUR L, a play in one act 
by Benjamin Bradford. 29 1. © Ben- 
jamin Bradford; 6Nov68; DU72838. 

DOWN AT MAHONNI'S, by Buddy Jisi (Vin- 
cent Jisi) 1 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
23Feb68, 69834. NM: additions. 
© Vincent Jisi; 6Aug68; DU72125. 

DOWN FROM THE HILL, by Zan Skolnick. 
75 1. A play. © Zan Skolnick; 
9Dec68; DU73097. 

DOWNTOWN TOREADOR; or, Manhattan mata- 
dor. A movie short by Bernard Dia- 
mond. 4 1. Script. © Bernard Dia- 
mond; I40ct68; C20973. 

THE DOZENS, by Laird Koenlg. 1 v. A 
play in 3 acts. © Laird Koenig; 
l8Nov68; DU72926. 

DRACUTWIG; screenplay by Hal Hackady 5: 
Daniel Hollywood. 142 1. Book only. 
© Daniel Hollywood & Hal Hackady; 
4Nov68; DU72763. 

THE DRAFT BOARD, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 5 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 300ct68; C21090. 

DRAMATIC PLAYS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN, by 
Hazel Chapel Fagan. New York, Carl- 
ton Press. 69 p. (A Bookland juve- 
nile) 9 plays. © Hazel Chapel Fagan: 
15Apr68; A1748. 

DREAM FOR NOW, a play in three acts by 
Lois Dean. 1 v. © Lois Dean; 
22Aug68; DU72235- 

DREIFKLTIGE EINFALT. See 
KEINE SINTFLUT FUR NOAH. 

DROPOUTS, a play in three acts by 

Sylvia Golden. 1 v. © Sylvia Golden; 
19Jul68; DU72017. 
DRUNK AGAIN; words & music by Elvin 
Bishop 3 1. ©Milkman's Chivalree, 
Inc.; 23Sep68; C20981. 

THE DRUNKARD, a new musical; music & 
adaptation by Dennis Mollner, lyrics 
by Howard Frazier. 1 v. 2 acts. 
From the original melodrama. © DuFra, 
ioint pseud, of Howard 0. Frazier & 
Dennis D. Mollner; 4Nov68; DU72740. 

THE DUCHESS OF SANTIAGO, an original 
play in three acts by Frank Moffett 
Mosler. 1 v. 3 acts. © Frank 
Moffett Mosler; 30Jul68; DU72070. 



DUCK WANTS TO LIE DOWN, a comedy in 
two acts by Harry Schmidt. 55 1. 
© Harry Schmidt; 23Sep68; DU72451- 

DUDLEY, THE DING-DONG DRAGON, by 
Marietta Marlch. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. With music & lyrics. 
© Marietta Marich; HJul68; DU7196I. 

I DUE FOSCARI; opera in three acts. 
Music by Giuseppe Verdi, libretto by 
Francesco Maria Piave, English trans- 
lation by Dorle J. Soria. New York, 
F. Colombo. 30 p. (Collection of 
opera libretti, NY 2710) Based on 
the historical play by Lord Byron. 
Italian & English. Libretto. 
© Franco Colombo, Inc.; 15May68; 
DP6808. 

DUEL. See 

THE RUSSIAN OFFICER. 

THE DUOLOGUE; related one-acters by 
William L. Lederer. The ooo-ouch 
tree and the virgin; Leaves in the 
museum. 1 v. 2 plays. © William 
L. Lederer; 2Dec68; DU73054 . 

A DUST OF PEARLS, by James Nugent. 
6l 1. A play in 1 act. © James 
Francis Nugent III; 24Sep68; 
DU72460. 

DUTCH BULBS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

DYING TO LIVE, a play in three acts by 
Eugene J. Hochman. 1 v. © Eugene J. 
Hochman; HSep68; DU72369. 

DYNAPHONICS SPELLING PROGRAM; record- 
ing script. 1 v. (Courses 1-3) 
Appl. author: Dynaphonics, Inc. 
© Dynaphonics, Inc.; 30Aug68; 
C20874 . 



EDP TERMINOLOGY: THE LANGUAGE OF THE 
COMPUTER AGE, by Dynaphonics. 158 1. 
A recording script. © Dynaphonics, 
Inc.; 230ct68; C21021. 

THE EAGLE AND THE SERPENT, a one act 
play by Ernesto Fuentes. 29 1. 
© Ernesto D. Fuentes; 290ct68; 
DU72765. 

THE EAGLES; story by William Gref e, 
screenplay by Bart Zadeh. 296 1. 
© William Grefe; Uul68; DU71895. 

EARLY TO BED, a three act comedy farce 
by Lillian E. Carlton. 108 1. 
© Lillian E. Carlton; 7Aug68 : 
DU72138. 

EAST OF THE SUN AND WEST OF THE MOON, 
a musical for children; book by 
Nancy Currie, music by Parouhi 
Boyajian, lyrics by Currie 8r 
Boyajian. 1 v. Based on an old 
Norse legend. © Nancy K. Currie & 
Parouhi Boyajian; 25Sep68; DU72429. 



EASY BULBS. See 

MAKING THINGS GROW. 

ECCE CAESAR, by Charles J. Link. 
A play in 2 acts. © Charles J, 
Link; 30ct68; DU72530. 



83 1. 



ECHOES OF ALLISON BROWN; first draft 
screenplay by Herman Raucher. 105 1. 
© Herman Raucher; Uul68; DU71899- 

AN EDITION OF THE COMEDIA DE CALISTO 
ET MELIBEA, SEVILLE, 1501, WITH 
COMMENTARY ON VARIANTS AND FILIATION 
OF EARLY TEXTS OF THE CELESTINA, by 
Jerry Rees Rank. Microfilm. Eng- 
lish commentary & Spanish text. 
© Jerry Rees Rank; 28jun68; A15467. 

EDUCATED ANIMALS. See 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 



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July-Dec. 



THE EDUCATION OF HYMAN KAPLAN; a musi- 
cal play In two acts; book by Benja- 
min Bernard Zavln; music & lyrics by 
Paul Nassau & Oscar Brand; based 
upon the Stories by Leo Rosten. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 128 p. 
Book & lyrics only. © Benjamin 
Zavln, Paul Nassau & Oscar Brand; 
20Sep68; DP6845. 

EDUCATION PLUS, a Christian Science 
lecture by Charles M. Carr. 25 1. 
© Charles M. Carr; 20ct68; C20939. 

AN EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION, 7/10 of 1%, 
by Charles J. Brunner & William K. 
Evans III. 114 1. © Charles James 
Brunner & William K. Evans III; 
30Jul68; C20926. 

EDUCATIONAL RADIO BROADCASTS NO. 1-5, 
by Ailene S. Goodman. 1 v. 
NM: additions. © Ailene S. Goodman; 
25Nov68; C 21141. 

EGGS AND TINSEL, by James Nugent. 
74 1. A play in 1 act. © James 
Francis Nugent III; 24Sep68; 
DU72458. 

EGO, a dance drama of 3 acts by Sam 
McGehee. 80 1. © Sam Day McGehee; 
25Sep68; DU72697- 
EGYPT '68, a one act play by Irma 
0. Sternberg. 22 1. © Irma 0. 
Sternberg; 9Dec68; DU73101. 

EH? By Henry Livings. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service. 65 p. 2 
acts. Appl. states prev. pub. 1965. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Henry 
Livings; 21May68; DP6753. 

THE 8TH ANNUAL UNAUTHORIZED SON OF 
MISS AMERICA PAGEANT, by Irwin M. 
Letofsky. 1 v. A play. Lyrics for 
1 song. Appl. ti.: The unauthorized 
son of Miss America pageant. © Irwin 
M. Letofsky; 23Sep68; C20907 . 

ELECTRIC ICE, by Sydorick (Thomas 
Sydorick) 1 v. A musical play in 
3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Thomas Sydorick; 24Dec68; DU73157. 

ELEMENTARY SHORTHAND, MULTI MEDIA 
SYSTEM; scripts for tapes. 1 v. 
Lesson 1-68. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District, 
Mt. San Jacinto College. © Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
l6Sep68; C21011. 

ELEMENTARY TYPEWRITING, MULTI MEDIA 
SYSTEM; scripts for tapes. 1 v. 
Lesson 1-75- Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District, 
Mt. San Jacinto College. © Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
l6Sep68; C21006. 

ELF-HILL PEOPLE, an original play by 
Lucile Brown. 1 v. 3 scenes. 
© Lucile Brown; 4Nov68; DU72785. 



THE ELVES AND THE SHOEMAKER. 
GRIMMS' FAIRY TALES. 



See 



See 



THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 
ANDERSEN'S FAIRY TALES. 

THE EMPEROR'S NIGHTINGALE. See 
ANDERSEN'S FAIRY TALES. 

THE EMPEROR'S PARADE; or, Our boy Dick. 
A farce by Ronald L. Fair. Fragment 
from play. (In Renewal. Community 
Renewal Society. June- July 1968. 
p. 20-21) Appl. states prev. reg. 
13Jun68, DU71775- © Ronald L. Fair; 
28jun68; DP6843. 

EMPIRE IN THE EAST. See 
THE ROMAN EMPIRE. 

EMPIRE IN THE WEST. See 
THE ROMAN EMPIRE. 



THE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, a play in two 
acts by Sandor H. Demlinger & Jack 
Hedblom. 37 1. © Sandor H. 
Demlinger & Jack Hedblom; 5Nov68; 
DU72739- 

EN AVANT. 23 1. Script to be de- 
livered orally for 16 mm. film 
Go ye forth, MU7937- Appl. author: 
Christian Science Board of Directors. 
© Christian Science Board of Direc- 
tors; 4Dec68; C21134. 

THE ENCHANTED TIN CAN, by John Lawson. 
16 -1. A screenplay. © John Lawson; 
40ct68; DU72541. 

THE END OF THE POINT, a play in two 
acts by J. Erwin & Kerry Gipe. 
24 1. © Loyd Jackson Erwin, Jr. & 
Kerry Gipe; 1Nov68; DU72777. 

ENDECOTT AND THE RED CROSS. See 
THE OLD GLORY. 

THE ENEMY IS DEAD, a play in three acts 
by Don Petersen (Donald G. Petersen) 
1 v. © Donald G. Petersen; 29Jul68; 
DU72062. 

ENGAGE; a collection including Asesino 
& others. Six plays by Ralph 
Treitel. 1 v. © Ralph Treitel; 
4Nov68; DU72761. 

THE ENGAGEMENT, by Miles Smith. 66 1. 
A play in 3 scenes. © Miles G. Smith; 
4Nov68; DU72799. 

ENGINEER AT ELECTRO-MECHANICAL INVEN- 
TIONS, PH. EM., by Albert Maxwell 
Newton. 5 1. © Albert Maxwell 
Newton; l4Nov68; C21108. 

SNGLISH TEXT OF SOPHOCLES' PHILOCTETES. 
See 
PHILOCTETES . 

ENTER ABRAHAM, pilot for The world of 
Abraham by Frank S. Kemp & Frederick 
H. Stein. 33 1. A teleplay. 
© Frank S. Kemp & Frederick H. Stein; 
29Nov68; DU73012. 

ENTREAT ME NOT, a farcical comedy by 
Sara H. Greenhill. 112 1. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 25Mar37, 
48591. © Sara H. Greenhill; 
HSep68; DU72370. 

ENVOUTE DE L'ERE NOIRE. See 
PARSITHOR. 

ERASME ET SES AIDES; commentalre par 
Emile Trachsel. D'apres et en com- 
plement de l'ouvrage De Colomban aux 
Gueux, par Emile Trachsel. 29 1. 
(Film fixe no 4) Slide script. Appl. 
states book, De Colomban aux Gueux, 
prev. reg. l6Aug49, AFO-15. NM: com- 
pilation. © Emile Trachsel- 9Dec68; 
C21239. 

ERGO, a comedy by Jakov Lind. 1st ed. 
New York, Hill & Wang. 93 p. (A 
Spotlight dramabook) © Jakov Lind; 
170ct68; A37520. 

ESCAPE, by D. Mike Yates (Doyle N. 
Yates) 108 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Doyle N. Yates; 23Dec68; DU73111. 

ESELS SCHATTEN. See 
THE DONKEY'S SHADOW. 

THE ESTHETICS OF THE VISUAL ARTS: 

PAINTING AND SCULPTURE. Lecture 18. 
By Mary Ann Sures. 411. © Mary 
Ann Sures; 1Nov68; C21076. 

ESTIE, a play in three acts by Samuel 
H. Schwalb. 1 v. 4 acts. © Samuel 
H. Schwalb; 28Aug68; DU72285 . 

ET L'ENFER, ISABELLE. See 
WITH THIS RING. 

ETHICS FOR TODAY, a Christian Science 
lecture by Charles W. Ferris. Folder. 
© Charles W. Ferris; 3Dec68; C21128. 



AN EVENING FOR MERLIN FINCH, a one 
act comedy by Charles Dizenzo. 
New York, Dramatists Play Service. 
36 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
27Mar68, DU71135. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Charles Dizenzo; 
12Nov68; DP6854. 

AN EVENING WITH MILT WISOFF, by Milton 
Wisoff . 1 v. A play. © Milton Wis- 
off; 2Aug68; DU72103. 

EVERY DAY IS THURSDAY, a play by 
Wellington L. Way, Jr. 96 1. 
2 acts. ©Wellington L. Way, Jr.; 
l6Sep68; DU72396. 

EVERY GIRL'S DREAM. See 
THREE PLAYS IN A PATIO. 

EVERY WOMAN IS A VIRGIN SOMEWHERE, a 
play in seven scenes by Fred Rue 
Jacobs. 39 1. © Fred Rue Jacobs; 
2Jul68; DU71909. 

EVERYBODY'S GIRL, a comedy in three 
acts by John Patrick. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service. 68 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 230ct67, 
DU69910. NM: additions 8c revisions. 
© John Patrick; 13Aug68; DP6775 . 

EVERYDAY LIFE. See 
THE ROMAN EMPIRE. 

EVERYMAN, an adaptation of the 14th 
century morality play by Jonathan 
Ringkamp & Geraldine Fitzgerald. 
1 v. Includes music 8c lyrics to 1 
song. © Jonathan Ringkamp & Geraldine 
Fitzgerald; 3Dec68; DU73086. 

EVERYMAN. See 
SOLDATEN . 

EVERYTHING'S RELATIVE; pilot script by 
Donald R. Boyle. 4 9 1. © Donald R. 
Boyle; 3Sep68; DU72319- 

EVERYTHING'S THE SAME, ONLY DIFFERENT, 
by Howard Greenberger & Francine 
Forest. 117 1. A musical play in 
3 acts. Book only. © Howard Green- 
berger 8c Francine Forest; 280ct68; 
DU72704. 

EVICTION: TO BE WITHOUT DESIRE, an 
environmental stress study by Barry 
Litvack. 39 1. A play. © Barry 
Litvack; l80ct68; DU72641. 

EVIDENCE OF THE AUTHORSHIP OF SOME OF 
THE BASIC SEMANTIC FORMULA PATTERNS 
OF MODERNISM, a lecture by Donald 
Callahan, Jr. 5 1. © Donald Led- 
with Callahan, Jr.; Uul68; C20707 . 

EVOLUTION, by A. Florence Finn. 29 1- 
A play in 3 acts. © A. Florence 
Finn; 3Sep68; DU72315 . 

THE EXERCISE, by Lewis John Carlino. 
New York, Dramatists Play Service. 
63 p. A play in 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 30Sep63, DU58643. NM: ad- 
ditions & revisions. © Lewis John 
Carlino; 280ct68; DP683I. 

EXHIBITION, by Frank Spiering. 1 v. 
A play. © Frank Spiering; 27Sep68; 
DU72561. 

EXILES AND THIEVES, by Henry C. Timm. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Henry C. 
Timm; 30Dec68; DU73173. 

AN EXPENSIVE DRINK OF POISON, an origi- 
nal story written 8: adapted for tele- 
vision by Jerry Musacchio. 30 1. 
© Jerry Musacchio; 30Aug68; DU72298. 

EXPERIMENT IN BEAUTY, by Peter Copani. 
46 1. A play. © Peter Copani; 
31Jul68; DU72073. 

EXPERIMENTAL METHODS FOR PRODUCING 
CYTOTOXINS AGAINST CANCER IN MAN, 
by Benedict V. Favata. 10 1. 
Lecture. © Benedict Victor Favata; 
l4Nov68; C21242. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



105 



EXPOSURE, a film play by Frank Phillips. 
40 1. 4 parts. © Prank Phillips; 
9Jul68; DU72086. 

THE EXTRA; original story & screenplay 
by E. Vorkapich (Slavomir Vorkapich) 
1st draft: Oct. 24, 1968. 120 1. 
© Mijas Productions, Inc. & BFB Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; 12Nov68; DU72894 . 

EXTRA SPATIAL SPOTS, a musical enter- 
tainment for children in one act; 
book by Madeline Walker, pseud, of 
Madeline O'Brien, music by LaVeryn 
Talmage, lyrics by Virginia Posey & 
Betty Rossi. 1 v. © Betty Rossi, 
LaVeryn Talmage, Virginia Posey & 
Madeline O'Brien; 90ct68; DU72569. 

THE EXTRAORDINARY CAT, by Trevor 
Reese, pseud, of Martin Donegan. 
33 1. A screenplay. © Martin 
Donegan; 25Nov68; DU72983. 

THE EYE BANK, THE IMPORTANT FAMILY 
REUNION, a fantasy by A. D. Kaner. 
34 1. A screenplay. © Abraham D. 
Kaner; 19Nov68; DU72862. 

EYE OF THE STORM, by Natalie Lubin. 
85 1. A play in 3 acts. © Natalie 
Lubin; Uul68; DU71894 . 



F.A. REGULATIONS, COMMERCIAL & REFRESH- 
ER, SECTION A, NARRATION, by Walter 
G. Otte. 22 1. Script of a disc re- 
corded narration to be reproduced as 
an educational lecture. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 1965, CI8596. NM: revision 
& additions. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
20Aug68; C20899. 
F.A. REGULATIONS, COMMERCIAL & REFRESH- 
ER, SECTION B, NARRATION, by Walter 
G. Otte. 23 1. Script of a disc 
recorded narration to be reproduced 
as an educational lecture. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1965 , C13595. NM: 
addition & revision. © Sanderson 
Films, Inc;; 20Aug68; C20896. 

F.A. REGULATIONS, PRIVATE PILOT GROUND 
SCHOOL, SECTION A, NARRATION, by Wal- 
ter G. Otte. 23 1. Script of a disc 
recorded narration to be reproduced 
as an educational lecture. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1965, CI8594. NM: 
revision & additions. © Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; 20Aug68; C20898. 

F.A. REGULATIONS, PRIVATE PILOT GROUND 
SCHOOL, SECTION B, NARRATION, by Wal- 
ter G. Otte. 19 1. Script of a disc 
recorded narration to be reproduced 
as an educational lecture. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1965, C18593- NM: 
revision & addition. © Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; 20Aug68; C20897. 

THE FABULOUS WORLD OF BLAIR, a new 
screenplay by Peter Blair, pseud, of 
Peter Bashkiroff. 188 1. © Peter 
Bashkiroff; 19Sep68; DU72435. 

FACING MIRRORS. See 
DEATHWISH. 

THE FACTORY WORKER, a play in three 
acts by P. J. Farrell. 1 v. 
© Patrick J. Farrell; 2Dec68; 
DU73019. 
LA FACTURE; piece en deux actes et 
quatre tableaux by Francoise Dorin, 
pseud, of Francoise Poire. 2 v. 
© Francoise Dorin; 30Aug68; 
DU72546. 
A FAINT CHILL OF MOONLIGHT, an original 
screenplay, suspense drama, by 
William Case. 79 1- © William R. 
Case; 26jul68; DU72055- 
FAIR BECKONING ONE, by Sarah Munson 
Koebnick. 55 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Sarah Monson Koebnick; l40ct68; 
DU72596. 



FAITH, HOPE AND TOLERANCE, a one hour 
teleplay, an original story by Victor 
A. Pompllio, 47 1. © Victor A. Pom- 
pllio; 11JU168; DU71966. 

FALSTAFF, a lyric comedy in three acts 
by Giuseppe Verdi; original libretto 
by Arrigo Boito; based on William 
Shakespeare's comedy The merry wives 
of Windsor; new English version by 
Charles Kondek. 8 p. Libretto. 
© Charlies Kondek; 22Sep67; DP6832. 

LA FAMILIA DEL BARRIO, a film scenario 
by Daniel _F. Fern. 52 1. Spanish & 
English. © Daniel F. Fern; 30Aug68; 
DU72305. 

THE FAMILY THAT STAYS TOGETHER, a 
comedy in three acts. by Sam Perrin. 
1 v. © Sam Perrin; 21Aug68; 
DU72228. 

THE FAMOUS HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF 
KING HENRY THE EIGHTH, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by George Lyman 
Kittredge; rev. by Irving Ribner. 
Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. 
128 p. (The Kittredge Shakespeares) 
5 acts. NM: revisions & illustrations. 
© Blaisdell Pub. Co., a division of 
Ginn & Co-.-; 9Sep68; AI8Q85. 

FANTASIES, a motion picture trilogy 
featuring Costumes, Les voyeurs & 
The mourner; by Charles E. Miller & 
Gerard Magavero. 1 v. © Charles E. 
Miller & Gerard Magavero; HJul68; 
DU71957- 

FAR FROM THE VALLEY OF GREEN, by Ron 
Smith (Ronald J. Smith) (in Reli- 
gious Theatre, no. 6, p. 79-104) 
© Ronald J. Smith; 19Aug68; DP6812. 

FAREWELL TO A FAT MAN, by Billy R. 
Jones. 8l 1. A play. © Billy R. 
Jones; 12Aug68; DU72161. 

FARMER DICK BARONE CHEVROLET, by 

Eugene Robert Tanz. Sheet.. An- ad- 
vertising script. © Cox & Tanz 
Advertising Agency; 13Dec68; C21204 . 

FASHION. See 

A PERFECTLY INNOCENT AFFAIR. 

FAST NEWS, by Pigmeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 2 1. A script. © Dewey 
Markham; 300ct68; C21095. 

THE FAT JEWISH POLICEMAN, by Jack Adler. 
31 1. A play. © Jack Adler; 26Aug68; 
DU72271. 

FATHER ISHMAEL ABRAHAMSON; or, A tragi- 
comic, satiric farce with most of the 
characters missing. By Marcia Frier- 
dich. 71 1. A play in 8 scenes. 
© Marcia Leigh Frierdich; 110ct68; 
DU72591. 

FATHER WON'T COME TONIGHT, a comedy 
with a tear in three acts by Robert 
Wesley Martin. 115 1- © Robert 
Wesley Martin; 13Dec68; DU73125- 

FAUSTS VERDAMMUNG, by Hector Berlioz; 
Einrichtung fur die deutsche Bfthne 
von Hans Neugebauer. Mainz, 
B. Schott's Stihne. 273 P- 
(Edition Schott, 6009) Klavieraus- 
zug. © B. Schott's Sflhne; 30Mar68; 
DFO-1629. 

FERNS. See 

MAKING THINGS GROW. 

FIERCE FIRE, a screenplay written by 
Sonja Christina, pseud, of Alisa S. 
Morris, & John Maitland; from an 
original story (Wild fire) with ad- 
ditional dialogue, by Sonja Christina. 
200 1. © Alisa S. Morris & John 
Maitland; 9Jul68; DU71923- 

THE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY, by Pigmeat 
Markham (Dewey Markham) 6 1. 
A script. © Dewey Markham; 210c too; 
C21031. 



FIFTY BULLETS IN YOUR HAT, a play by 
Norman Wasserman. 63 1. © Norman 
Wasserman; l60ct68; DU72636. 

FIGLIO. See 

SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 

FIND YOURSELF A MURDERER, by Franklin 

Reiley. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 

© Franklin Claxton Reiley; 29Jul68; 

DU72060 . 
FINE CARVEN GLASS. See 

ALL HUNGRY PEOPLE. 

FINN-MAC-CUM-HAIL YOU SPELL IT BUT YOU 
PRONOUNCE IT FIN-MUKOOL, by Frank 
Hogan. 67 1. A play in 14 scenes. 
© Frank Hogan; 25Sep68; DU72469. 

FIRE, by Sydney Chandler, pseud, of 
June Septant. 65 1. A screenplay. 
© June Septant; 21Jun68; DU72105- 

FIRE AND ICE, by Jo Bartels Alderson 
(Joanne Bartels Alderson) In collab- 
oration with Kim F. Stoffel & 
J. Michael Alderson. 34 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Joanne Bartels Aider- 
son, Kim F. Stoffel 5: James Michael 
Alderson; 22Jul68; DU72022. 

THE FIRST BAD SOJOURNS OF YOUNG MISS 
TRUTH, THE NEW YORK SLAVE, a three- 
act drama by Walter S. j. Swanson. 
47 1. © Walter S. J. Swanson; 
25Jul68; DU72042. 

A FIRST CASE OF MURDER, a new play by 
Samuel Thomas. 76 1. 1 act. 
© Samuel Thomas; 26jul68; DU72054. 

FIRST COMMUNION, a play in one act by 
Fernando Arrabal, translated by 
Michael Benedikt. (In Modern Span- 
ish theatre. New York, Dutton. 
P- 309-317) © Michael Benedikt; 
l4Mar68; DP6781. 

THE FIRST CONSUL, a play in three acts, 
eleven scenes & an epilogue by 
Robert Beihoff. 1 v. "© Robert 
Beihoff; 24jul68; DU72091. 

THE FIRST MR. JOHNSON, a play in 3 acts 
by Benjamin Rosetree, pseud, of Ben- 
jamin Rosenbaum. 1 v. © Benjamin 
Rosenbaum; 280ct68; DU72719. 

FIRST VARIATION OF THE RISE AND DECLINE 
OF THE BIRD-BRAIN DINASOUR, by Rose 
Sher. 7 1. Monolog. © Rose Sher; 
21Nov68; C21162. 

FISH, by Ralph Accardo. 1 v. Play in 
2 scenes. © Ralph V. Accardo; 
19Aug68; DU72209. 

FISH ON THURSDAY, a comedy in three 
acts by George Geller, pseud, of 
George Gelernter. 145 1. © George 
Gelernter; 22Jul68; DU72025 . 

FIVE EASY PAYMENTS, a short play by 
John Lewin. (In Playwrights for 
tomorrow. Minneapolis, University; of 
Minnesota Press, v. 3, p. 11-49) 
Appl. states prev. reg. l8Mar65, 
DU62554. NM: addition & revision. 
© John Lewin; lSep6"7; DP6741. 

THE FIVE FIRST ANGELS, a historical 
dialogue by Beatrice Edmonds Brenne- 
man. 27 1. A play. © Beatrice 
Edmonds Brenneman; 16Apr68; DP6736- 

FIVE ONE ACT PLAYS, by Lloyd Gold. 
1 v. © Lloyd A. Gold; 7Nov68; 
DU72853. 

FIVE VOICES OF LSD; written by Jerry 
Verbel. 38 1. Script. © Jerry 
Verbel; 27Aug68; C20861. 

THE FIX: original story & screenplay 
by Herbert J. Leder. 140 1. © Her- 
bert J. Leder; 280ct68; DU72754. 



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July-Dec. 



THE FLAG, by John tf. Anderson. 2 1. 
© John W. Anderson; 22Jul68; C20728. 

THE PLASH, a tragicomedy in three acts 
by Jacob Hugo Weinschenk. 47 1. 
© Jacob Hugo Weinschenk; 23Sep68; 
DU72449. 

FLAXEN. See 
STRADDLEBUG. 

A FLEA IN HER EAR, by George Feydeau. 

A farce in three acts; a new English 

version by Carol Johnston (Carol 
Johnston Sergei) Chicago, Dramatic 

Pub. Co. 136 p. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
8Nov68; DP6851. 

DIE FLEDERMAUS; operetta In three acts 
by C. Haffner & R. Gene'e after Meil- 
hac & Halevy. Music by Johann 
Strauss, English version by Chris- 
topher Hassall (lyrics) & Edmund 
Tracey (dialogue) London, J. Wein- 
berger. 60 p. Libretto. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 4May59) 
DF1222. NM: revisions. © Josef 
Weinberger, Ltd.; 51Dec67; DF1930. 

FLEISHMAN RISING, by Paul Rosner. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Paul 
Rosner; 25Sep68; DU72472. 

FLESH OF MY FLESH, by Nelbi, pseud, of 
Normalee Bashore Beale. 86 1. 
A screenplay. © Normalee Bashore 
Beale; 12Dec68; DU73113. 

FLIGHT INTO FANTASY, a three act come- 
dy by Hans Rolfs. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 26May55, DU39904. NM: ad- 
ditions & revisions. © Hans Wilhelm 
Rolfs; 6Aug68; DU72130. 

FLIGHT INTO OUTER SPACE, an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by M. J. Vance. 30 1. 
© M. J. Vance; 30Aug68; DU72296. 

THE FLIGHT OF AURORA I, a radio & tele- 
vision script by Marvin Peterson. 
1 v. 2 sections. © Marvin Peter- 
son; 20Sep68; C20904 . 

THE FLOATING SADS, a play in two acts 
by Carl Schiffman. 1 v. © Carl H 
Schiffman; 21Nov68; DU72962. 

FLOOR OF FUN; script & music by Sandra 
Devlin. 2 v. A play. © Sandra 
Devlin; l6Dec68; DU73059. 

FLOSSIE'S OPERATION, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Flossie Labine. 30 1. © Flossie 
Labine; l6Aug68; DU72194. 

THE FLOUNDER COMPLEX, a play in one act 
by Anthony Damato. 26 1. © Anthony 
Damato; 8Jul68; DU71938. 

THE FLOUNDER COMPLEX, a play in one 
act by Anthony Damato. Dramatists 
Play Service. 28 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 8Jul68, DU71938. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Anthony Damato; 
4Dee68; DP6857. 



FLOWERS OF THE TIGER. 
IN RE: THE DAZZLER. 

See 



See 



FOLIE DE-DIEU. 
ZALMEN . 

FOOL, HUNCHBACK AND SAINT. 

FOOL, HUNCHBACK AND SAINT; two miracle 
plays by William Irwin Thompson. 
1 v. © William Irwin Thompson; 
3Sep68; DU72423. 

THE F00LEEN, by Thomas Murphy. Dixon, 
Calif., Proscenium Press. 48 p. 
(Irish play series, no. 3) 
12 scenes. © Thomas Murphy; 2Dec68; 
DP6876. 

FOOTBALL, by Jose-Maria Bellido, trans- 
lated by David Turner. 2 acts. 
(In Modern Spanish theatre. New 
York, Dutton. p. 329-416) ©David 
Turner; l4Mar68; DP6783. 



FOOTPRINTS, by Grace E. Turner. 17 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Grace E. Turner; 
22Aug68; DU72233- 

FOR SERVICES RENDERED. See 

THREE DRAMAS OF W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM. 
FOR THE BEST PERFORMANCE. See 

THREE PLAYS IN A PATIO. 

FOR THE LOVE OF ART, a comedy in two 
acts by Ann Neville. 80 1. © Ann 
Neville; 280ct68; DU72758. 

FOR THE RECORD, a transcript of a news 
program by WBTV News. 18 1. 
© Jefferson Standard Broadcasting 
Co. - WBTV; 25Sep68; C20928, 

FORCING BULBS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

THE FOREIGNERS, a play in one act by 
Michael McGrinder. 18 1. © Michael 
McGrinder; 24Sep68; DU72497. 

LA FORET NOIRE & LE TROISIEME CONCERTO, 
de Francois Regis Bastide. Paris, 
Editions du Seuil. 157 p. 
© Editions Du Seuil; 30Mar68; 
DFO-1623. 

A FORK IN THE ROAD, by Education Un- 
limited Corp. 8101-8125. 1 v. 
A recording script. © Education 
Unlimited Corp.; 26Sep68; C20927 . 

FORTRESS, a play in one act by Clare C. 
Woock. 23 1. © Clare C. Woock; 
3Sep68; DU72318. 

FORTUNE AND MEN'S EYES; play by John 
Herbert-. New York, Grove Press. 
96 p. (Evergreen original) © John 
Herbert; 31Jan68 (in notice: 1967)- 
DP6750. " 

FORTY CARATS (Un peu plus tard, un peu 
plus tot) A comedy by Pierre 
Barillet & Jean Pierre Gredy; English 
translation by Lucia Victor. 150 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. author: 
David Merrick, employer for hire of 
Lucia Victor. Appl. states prev. 
reg. lMay67, DU68866. © on English 
translation; David Merrick; 22Nov68; 
DU72896. 

FORWARD TOGETHER, a comedy of angels 
by Antoni Gronowicz. 115 1. A play 
in 4 acts. © Antoni Gronowicz; 
2Dec68; DU73024. 

FOUND ON THE ELEVATOR, 205 W. 57th, 
2/11/68, by Clark Gesner. 12 1. 
A recording script. © Clark Gesner; 
7Aug68; C20761. 

FOUR FROM MT. RUSHMORE, by Education 
Unlimited Corp. 4 v. 4 dialogs 
©^Education Unlimited Corp.; I§jui68; 

FOUR PLAYS OF IBSEN; translated from the 
Norwegian by R. V. Forslund. Phila- 
delphia, Chilton Book Co. (5382) 
306 p. Contents: When we dead awaken. 
--The master builder. — Little Eyolf.-- 
The wild duck. NM: translation. 
© R. V. Forslund; 20Sep68; A20645 . 

FRACTIONS AS PARTS OF A WHOLE) OF A 
GROUP OF THINGS, lesson no. 1-2. 
By Electronic Learning. 1 v. 
A recording script. © Electronic 
Learning, Inc.; 29Nov68; C21200. 

FRAGMENTS, a film by Milton Moses Gins- 
berg. New York, Imperator Films. 
123 1. © Milton Moses Ginsberg; 
90ct68; DP6816. 

FRAN TARKENTON IS NOT A WOMAN, a play 
in six scenes by Stanford Kopit. 
1 v. © Stanford Kopit; 300ct68; 
DU72752. 

FRANKENSTEIN, a play for children in 
six scenes by Edward Field. 30 1. 
©Edward Field; 12Nov68; DU72884 . 



FREE FOR LUNCH, a play for the movies 
by Mary Jane Mitchell. Ill 1. 
© Mary Jane Mitchell; 23Dec68; 
DU7315 1 *. 

THE FREE-NIKS, by Arthur Newett. 1 v. 
A musical play in 3 acts. © Arthur 
W. Newett, Jr.; 15Nov68; DU72920. 

FREEDOM AND TRUE IDENTITY, a Christian 
Science lecture by Edward C. Williams. 
30 1. (College organization lecture, 
no. 3} © Edward C. Willims; 12Nov68; 
C21080. 

FRENCH GRAY, a play in one act by Josef 
Bush. (In New American plays; 
edited & with an introd. by tf. M. 
Hoffman. 1st ed. New York, Hill & 
Wang. v.2, p.[l29]-l44) ©Josef 
Bush; 23May68; A13216. 

THE FRIEND IN THE CAVEJ by Richard 
Rosen. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Richard Rosen; 21Aug68; DU72223. 

THE FRIJOLE FINK, by Fred Ritter. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Fred Ritter; 
12Sep68; DU72377. 

FRINGE BENEFIT, by Lewis F. Spitzer. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Lewis F. 
Spitzer; 5Aug68; DU72123._ 

FRISCO KATE, by Pigmeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 4 1. A script. © Dewey 
Markham; 300ct68; C21094 . 

FROM ABOVE THE CLOUDS, three one act 
plays by Robert Banov. Meet me at 
the fair; After the ball was over; 
Tour de farce. 1 v. © Robert Louis 
Banov; 7Aug68; DU72140. 

FROM OUT OF NOWHERE, an original story 
written and adapted for television by 
Mrs. George L. Robertson. 30 1. 
© Mrs. George L. Robertson; 31Jul68; 
DU72079. 

FROM THIS DAY FORWARD, by Fred B. 
Cranford. 4g 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Fred B. Cranford; 13Nov68; DU72023. 

FRONT LINE REPORT, a farce by John P. G. 
McKenzie. 4 1. © Wetmore Declamation 
Bureau; lSep68; A3S34 . 

FULL-KEY MACHINE; initial recording 
for Monitor Instruction Program by 
Marvin W. Hempel & Carl W.Salser. 
1 v. (Business machines series) 
© Educational Research Associates; 
30Dec68; C21252, 

FULL MANY A GEM, by Robert Lynn, Jr. 
1 v. A musical play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert Lynn, 
Jr.; 30ct68; DU72533. 

FUNNY, I DIDN'T KNOW YOU WERE DEAD, a 
one act play by Marilyn Maroni. 5 1. 
© Marilyn Maroni; HJul68; DU71964. 

FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE 

WHITE HOUSE. See 

BYRON KASH FOR PRESIDENT. 
THE FUTURE MRS. WHO? An original play 

by Ben Wagman. Ill 1. 3 acts. 

© Ben Wagman; 250ct68; DU72707. 

FUTZ AND WHAT CAME AFTER, by Rochelle 
Owens; with an introd. by Jerome 
Rothenberg. New York, Random House. 
235 p. 5 plays. © on introd.; Je- 
rome Rothenberg; 3May68; A2222. 

FUTZ AND WHAT CAME AFTER, by Rochelle 
Owens; with an introd. by Jerome 
Rothenberg. New York, Random House. 
235 p. 5 plays. NM: compilation. 
© Rochelle Owens; 3May68; A2221. 



G.I. WANNA COMEHOME, a musical satire; 
words & music~by Nancy Ponch. 14 1. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
songs prev. reg. 1956-1968. © Nancy 
Ponch; l6Sep68; DU72386. 



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GABRIELLA, by James Dean Mitchell. 
155 1. A screenplay. © James Dean 
Mitchell; 15Jul68; DU72260. 

GABRIELLE, a play in two acts by Nancy 
Lee Huber. 8l 1. © Nancy Lee 
Huber; HDec68; DU73109. 

GABRIELLE, by Barbara Sylvia Biesantz. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l8May56, 42537. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Barbara 
Sylvia Biesantz; l6Dec68; DU73136. 

GAELIC BELLS, by Marguerite Anne 

Halloran (Maura O'Halloran) Sheet. 
A script. © Marguerite Anne Hallo- 
ran; 31Dec68; C21253. 

GALACTIC GAITY, a musical play by 
Ralph Bayley. 34 1. 3 acts. 
© Ralph Edgar Bayley; 1Nov68; 
DU72775. 

GALLERY ROW, a play in two acts by 
Mary Diehl French. 137 1. © Mary 
Diehl French; 8Nov68; DU72904. 

THE GAMBLING NUNS; original screenplay 
by Frank J. Cazares. 100 1. 
© Frank J. Cazares; 26Jun68; 
DP6766 . 

THE GAME, a drama in one act by 
Marlene Brenner. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 21 p. (Baker's royalty 
plays) Appl. author: Walter H. 
Baker Co., employer for hire. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; Iljul68; 
DP6738. 

THE GAME, by Ted Sandler (Theodore D. 
Sandler) 20 1. A play. © Ted 
Sandler; 6Nov68; DU72839. 

A GAME OF CHANCE, by Merritt Abrash. 
26 1. A play. © Merritt Abrash; 
24Sep68; DU72462. 

THE GANG; original story & screenplay 
by Vincent Cotugno & Herbert Honis. 
151 1. © Vincent Cotugno & Herbert 
Honis; l4Aug68; DU72177. 

THE GANG'S ALL HERE; pilot script by 
Donald R. B. Douglas, pseud, of 
Donald R. Boyle. 42 1. A screen- 
play. © Donald R. Boyle; 27Dec68; 
DU73170. 

GARBAGE COMPANY PERSONNEL DIRECTOR, by 
Frank Kalil & Jay T. Taylor. 5 1- 
Script. © Beechwood Music Corp.; 
21Nov68; C21229. 

GAY WORLD, a musical comedy by Tod 
Shaw, pseud, of Thomas J. Sherrill. 
110 1. 5 scenes. Book & lyrics 
only. © Thomas J. Sherrill; 
5Dec68; DU73006. 

GEHT ANS WERK. 20 1. Script to be 
delivered orally for 16 mm. film 
Go ye forth, MU7937 • Appl. author: 
Christian Science Board of Directors. 
© Christian Science Board of Direc- 
tors; 4Dec68; C21135. 

GEMINI, THE TWINS, by Joanne MacDer- 
mott. 131 1. A play. © Joanne 
MacDermott; 2Jul68; DU71913. 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION, NUMBER 3, 

FOUNDATIONS ENGLISH 091, by Jacqueline 

P. Griffin. 1 v. A script. 

© Jacqueline P. Griffin; 23Dec68; 

C21236. 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION, NUMBER 4, 

FOUNDATIONS ENGLISH 091, by Jacqueline 
P. Griffin & George Petty. 1 v. 
A script. © Jacqueline P. Griffin & 
George Petty; 23Dec68; C21237. 

THE GENERAL IDEA, by Earl Nightingale. 
1 v. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Nightingale-Conant Corp., 
employer for hire. © Holiday Magic, 
Inc.; 290ct68; C21060. 



GENEVIEVE IS THE WACKIEST, a comedy in 
one act by Evelyn Neuenburg. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 20 p. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 19Nov68; DP6864. 

GENIES DU THEATRE FRANC AIS. See 
CORNEILLE, I. 
CORNEILLE, II. 

THE GENIUS OF BENJAMIN BANNEKER, by 
John Hines. 35 !• A play. © John 
Hines; l6Aug68; DU72191- 

THE GENIUS OF THE GERMAN THEATER, edit- 
ed with introductions by Martin Ess- 
lin. New York, New American Library. 
638 p. 7 plays. NM: introd. , com- 
pilation & editorial notes. © Martin 
Esslin; 21Mar68; A3448. 

THE GENTLEMAN CALLER, a parable in 
two scenes by Ed Bullins. 23 1. 
©Ed Bullins; 8oct68; DU72557. 

GEORGE JACQUES DANTON, by Helen Toye . 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Helen 
Toye; 290ct68; DU72745. 

GEORGE LOVES FRED, an opera buffa in 
one act; music by Daryl Hanson', li- 
bretto by Bert Stimmel. 1 v. © Bert 
Stimmel & Daryl Hanson; 220ct68; 
DU72736 . 

GERALDINE, by William T. Carnes. 
1 v. A musical play in 3 acts. 
© William T. Carnes; 9Dec68; 
DU73092. 

GERANIUMS. See 

MAKING THINGS GROW. 

GERMAN CONVERSATIONAL READER; tape 
script by John M. Troyanovich & Kurt 
W. Schild. 1 v. © American Book Co.; 
l4Nov68; C21102. 

GERTIE'S GETTING MARRIED, by Jeanne 
Marie Mallett. 67 1- A play in 3 
acts. © Jeanne Marie Mallet; 
20Aug68; DU72216. 

GESNERIADS. See 

MAKING THINGS GROW. 

GET YOURSELF A GUN, BROTHER, a short 
play by Thomas Terefenko. 12 1. 
© Thomas Terefenko; 15Jul68; DU71988. 

THE GHOST SONG; words by Donald Polny, 
music by Donald Polny & John White. 
Sheet. © John White; 23Aug68; C20888. 

THE GIFT, a play in one act by Richard 
Gosswiller. 56 1. © Richard Goss- 
willer; 6Jan69; DU73164. 

A GIFT FOR JEANIE, by Morton Paterson. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Morton L. 
Paterson; 28Aug68; DU72290. 

THE GIFT OF A DOLL, a play In two acts 
by Joseph Baldwin. 1 v. © Joseph 
B. Baldwin; 15Jul68; DU71997- 

THE GIFT OF A SON, a play by Walter A. 
Fairservis, Jr. 100 1. © Walter A. 
Fairservis, Jr.; l6Sep68; DU72407. 

GILBERT AND HIS BOX. See 
THE CRABS . 

THE GILLYFLOWER, a two act dramatic 
play or discussion with music by 
Bev Craveiro (Beverly M. Craveiro) 
30 1. © Bev Craveiro; 12Aug68; 
DU72168. 

THE GIRL IN DISTRESS, by Pigmeat 
Markham (Dewey Markham) 11 1. 
A script. © Dewey Markham; 210ct68; 
C21035- 

THE GIRL THAT RAN AWAY, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Muriel Apprey. 30 1. 
© Muriel Apprey; 4Nov68; DU72802. 

THE GIHLS. See 
ROOMMATES . 



GIRLS IN THE BAND. See 
P X, I LOVE YOU. 

GIVE MY LOVE TO THE FOLKS. See 

THEFAMILYETCETERA, PT. Ill: GIVE MY 
LOVE TO THE FOLKS. 

GLADYS, a three act play by Charlie L. 
Russell. 1 v. © Charlie L. Russell; 
20Dec68; DU73152. 

GLOW LITTLE GLOW WORM; written by 
Rossie Marshall (Roslyn Marshall) 
98 1. A screenplay in 3 acts. 
© Roslyn Marshall; 12Jul68; DU719J0. 

GO AHEAD, GRIN AND SCRATCH YOUR HEAD. 
See 
ROTTEN APPLE PIE. 

GO STARE AT THE MOON, a drama in three 
acts by Scat Lorimer, pseud, of 
Martha A. Fuentes. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 29Aug68, DU66685 . NM: 
additions & revisions. © Martha A. 
Fuentes; 9Aug68; DU72155. 

GO YE FORTH. See 
ADELANTE. 
AVANTE . 
EN AVANT. 
GEHT ANS WERK. 

THE GOAL IN LIFE, an original story 
written & adapted- for television by 
Charles B. Stewart. 30 1. © Charles 
B. Stewart; 30Aug68; DU72297. 

GOD FROM THE MACHINE. See 
ROTTEN APPLE PIE. 

GOD OMNIPOTENT MAKES MAN TRIUMPHANT. 
See 
CHONNUNGHASIN HANANIMI ILLYU UI 

SUNGNIRUL KAJ000M. 
THUONG DE TOAN NANG KHIEN NGUOI TOAN 

THANG. 

GOD'S BIRTHDAY IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, 
1945, by Michael McGuire. 49 1. A 
play in 4 acts. © Michael McGuire; 
19Jul68; DU72018. 

GOD'S WAKE, by Janet S. Dite. 4 1. 
Monolog. © Janet S. Dite; 23Jul68; 
C20735 . 

GOIN' OUT WEST, an original play by 
Lucile Brown. 48 1. 3 scenes. 
© Lucile Brown; 4Nov68; DU72786. 

GOING NATIVE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by William 
J. Bailey. 30 1. © William J. 
Bailey; 23Aug68; DU72244 . 

GOLD RUSH, AND OTHER NOBLE PLANS OF MAN, 
by G. A. Lester. 7 1. A play. 
© Gerald Arnold Lester; 4Dec68; 
DU73032 . 

THE GOLDEN RAPE, a new musical, music 
by Frederic P. Hart, lyrics by Marie 
Baumer, book by Marie Baumer & Mary 
Patton (Mary Patton Parker) 1 v. 
2 acts. © Marie Baumer & Mary Patton 
Parker; 5Sep68; DU72345. 

THE GOLDEN SALAMANDER, by Peter Harri- 
son Keene, pseud, of Eugene Harrison 
Keene. 129 1. A play. © Eugene 
Harrison Keene; 29Jul68; DU72059. 

THE GOLDEN TOUCH, a mini-maxi play by 
Lucile Brown. 34 1. Dramatized from 
an early version of Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne's story. © Lucile Bro*wn; 
210ct68; DU72649. 

THE GOLDEN TOUCH, a play in one act 
for two boys & three girls by Cynthia 
Medley. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
24 p. Dramatization of Nathaniel 
Hawthorne's version of a legend 
contained in Tanglewood tales . 
© Dramatic Pub. Co.; 2Aug68; DP6769. 

DAS GOLDENE KALB, eine GaunerkomBdie 
mit Musik aus dem Russland der Gol- 
denen dreissiger Jahre nach dem 
gleichnamigen Roman von Ilf & Petrow 



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July-Dec. 



DAS aOIDENE KALB.-Con. 

von D. Rode, pseud, of Vera Schwantes; 
Liedtexte, Fritz Grasshoff; Musik, 
Norbert Schultze. Hamburg, Arcadia-- 
Verlag. 188 p. Book & lyrics only. 
© Arcadia-Verlag, G. M. B. H. ; HMar68; 
DFO-1619. 

GOLDENEN DREISSIGER JAHRE. See 
DAS GOLDENE KALB. 

GOOD GRIEF, A GRIFFIN, by Eleanor & 
Ray Harder. Anchorage, Ky,, Anchor- 
age Press. 6l p. 2 acts. Adapted 
from Frank Stockton's short story, 
The Griffin and the minor canon. 
Book & lyrics only. © Anchorage 
Press, Inc.; 22Jul68; DP6772. 

THE GOOD MAMA FAIRY, by Lois W. Rose- 
brook. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Lois W. Rosebrook; 9Dec68; 
DU73096. 

THE GOOD SEED, by Ralph Accardo. 1 v. 
A play. © Ralph V. Accardo; l60ct68; 
DU72633. 

G00DBY, GOODBY, an interracial love 
story by Carol Roper. 107 1. 
A screenplay. © Carol Roper; 
70ct68; DU72550. 

GOODBYE, DAN BAILEY, by Kenneth Ber- 
nard. 122 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Kenneth Bernard; 29Jul68; DU72069. 

GOODBYE FLIGHT SIXTY-SIX TO ISTANBUL, 
BOMBAY AND TOKYO (Such a lucky woman) 
A comedy in three acts by Joanne 
Stern Bickow. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. Mar. 1966, DU653OI. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Joanne 
Stern Bickow; 12Aug68; DU72151. 

GOODBYE FLIGHT SIXTY-SIX TO ISTANBUL, 
BOMBAY AND TOKYO. See 
HOME IS WHERE THE HEADACHE IS. 

GOODBYE, HOWARD, a farce in one scene 
by Romulus Linney. 19 1. A play. 
© Romulus Linney; 5Aug68; DU72120. 

THE GOODBYE PEOPLE, by Herb Gardner. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Herb 
Gardner; Uul68; DU72090. 

GORILLA, GORILLA. See 
CLOWNS AND APES. 

GOTT 1ST TOT! KILLED ALONG WITH JAMES 
BOND IN A FOUR CAR COLLISION ON THE 
LOS ANGELES FREEWAY; or, The assassi- 
nation of the Hollywood star voted 
number one by the Motion Picture 
Exhibitors of America. A play by 
Leo Rutman. 1 v. 3 acts. © Leo 
Rutman; 2Dec68; DU73015. 

THE GOVERNOR AND THE KID; narration by 
Johnny Bond. Folder. With music. 
© Vidor Publications, Inc.; 13Aug68; 
C20785 . 

GOVERNOR OF HOTMATITI . See 
A WIFE FOR SUNDAYS. 

GRAILS, a play in three acts by Adam 
Osborne. 115 1. © Adam Osborne; 
I80ct68; DU72640. 

GRAMMAR FOR GROWN-UPS. 1 v. Recording 
scripts. Appl. author: McLendon 
Educational Corp. © McLendon Educa- 
tional Corp.; 12Aug68; C20853. 

THE GRAND FINALE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Felix A. Northern. 30 1. © Felix 
A. Northern; 4Nov68; DU72788. 

THE GRAND TOUR; planetarium lecture & 
show script by Richard C. Hoagland. 
17 1. © Richard Charles Hoagland; 
31Jul68; C20750. 

GRANDMA'S MYSTERY HOUSE, by Lucile 
Brown. 25 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© Lucile Brown; l6Sep68; DU72403. 



GRANDMOTHER'S MASKED HOUSE, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Owedia Rich Fulf ord . 31 1. 
© Owedia Rich Fulf ord; 4Nov68; 
DU72805. 

GRANDPA, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Jean Peter- 
sen. 31 1. © Jean Petersen; 
30Aug68; DU72299. 

THE GRASS BENEATH THE SNOW, a story of 
Lapland by Hal Ackerman (Harold Acker- 
man) 1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Har- 
old Ackerman; 19Sep68; DU72432. 

THE GRASS ISN'T GREENER, IT'S DEAD, 
a comedy in one act by Andrea Karch- 
mer. 42 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
Iljan68, DU70497. NM: addition & 
revision. © Andrea Rita Karchmer; 
10Sep68; DU72359. 

THE GRASSHOPPER AND THE ANT, an unpub- 
lished play, both text, lyrics & 
music by H. Walter Wenkaert. 1 v. 
© H. Walter Wenkaert; l60ct68; 
DU72632. 

THE GREAT BIG BEAUTIFUL WORLD WE LIVE 
IN; written by Beatrice League. 
Sheet. Appl. ti.: It's a big beauti- 
ful world we live in. © Beatrice 
League; l6sep68; C20887. 

THE GREAT GIT-AWAY; all play & a yard 
wide by Romeo Muller. 2 acts. 
(In Playwrights for tomorrow. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press, v. 3, p.8l-l64) Appl. states 
prev. reg. 23Feb65, DU62370. 
© Romeo Muller; lSep67 (in notice: 
1966 & 1967); DP6743. 

THE GREAT LUNATIC; or, Who's looney 
now? A comedic melodrama by Patrick 
Mahony. 72 1. 3 acts. © Patrick 
Mahony; 25Sep68; DU72426. 

THE GREAT SATIRE, a comedy in five acts 
by Sterling Harper. 103 1. © Ster» 
ling Harper; 19Jul68; DU72016. 

GREEN EXPECTATIONS; or, Some like it 
rich. By Morris Joseph Taubenslag 
& Elliott Taubenslag. 55 1. A 
screenplay in 12 acts. © Morris 
Joseph Taubenslag & Elliott Tauben- 
slag; l8Sep68; DU72464. 

GREEN JULIA, by Paul Ableman. London, 
Methuen. 6l p. 2 acts. © Paul 
Ableman; lMay66; DF1939. 

GRIFFIN AND THE MINOR CANON. See 
GOOD GRIEF, A GRIFFIN. 

GRIMMS' FAIRY TALES, by Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films. 4 v. Filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: The band in the 
forest. --Hansel and Gretel. — The elves 
and the shoemaker. --The wolf and the 
kids. © Coronet Instructional Films, 
a division of Esquire, Inc.; 21Jun68; 
C20967. 
GROUPS, by Martin Duberman. 47 1. 
A play. © Martin Duberman; 
6sep68; DU7234 6. 

THE GROVE; story by William Grefe, 
screenplay by Ray Preston. 92 1. 
© William Grefe; 1 Jul 68; DU71905. 

GROW WITH ME, a play in two acts by 
Howard Greenberger S: Robert Rein- 
hold, pseud, of Robert Rein. 73 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. I967 . NM: 
revisions. © Howard Greenberger & 
Robert Rein; 15Aug68; DU72185. 

GROWING IN HAPPINESS PROGRAM; series of 
lectures; lecture notes by Josetta 
T. Walsh. 3 v. © Josetta T. Walsh; 
29Nov68; C21195. 

GUADALASCA, by Helen Davis. 131 1. 

A screenplay. © Helen Marie Davis III 
19JU168; DU72015. 



THE GUARDING OF THE CHANGES, by 

Lorraine MIchele, pseud, of Lorraine 
Mlchele Seymour. 8l 1 . A play in 2 
acts. © Lorraine Michele Seymour; 
300ct68; DU72747- 

GUESS WHO'S NOT COMING TO DINNER, a 
comedy in three acts by Norman Beim. 
98 1. © Norman Beim; l60ct68; 
DU72635. 

GUESS WHO'S SERVING DINNER? By Joseph 
Scott Kierland. 4l 1. A play. 
© Joseph Scott Kierland; 70ct68; 
DU72553- 

THE GUEST, a miracle play by Michael 
Carton. 41 1. © Michael W. Carton; 
25Sep68; DU72420. 

LA GUITARRA, by Douglas F. Kelley. 
26 1. A play in 3 acts. © Douglas 
F. Kelley; l4Nov68; DU73069. 

GUNS, GUITARS, AND LILY FORTUNE, a play 
in two acts by Bob Campbell (Robert M. 
Campbell) 1 v. Book & lyrics. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l8Feb59; 
DU48468. NM; additions. © Robert 
Campbell; 15Jul68; DU71994. 

THE GURU OF BULLOO— U, a musical 
situation comedy, book & music by 
Richard T. Martin, some lyrics by 
Glenn Johnson. 72 1. © Richard T. 
Martin; 9Dec68; DU73087. 



H 



H.R. - 10, by Northwestern Mutual Life 
Insurance Co. 9 1. Script. © North- 
western Mutual Life Insurance Co.; 
20Jun68; C20867. 

HAIR IN THE WAY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Jane Kajiya. 31 1- © Jane Kajiya; 
23Aug68; DU72242. 

THE HAIRCUT, a play in three acts by 
Judith Morley Levitan. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 67 p. © Judith 
M. Levitan; l80ct68; DP6840. 

THE HAIRCUT, an incantation in three 
acts by Norman Beim. 120 1. 
© Norman Beim; 24Dec68; DU73159- 

HALFWAY UP THE TREE, by Peter Ustinov. 
New York, Random House. 118 p. 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
29Sep66, DU67385. NM: editiorial 
revision. © Pavor, S.A.; 20May68; 
DP6754. 

THE HALLELUJAH BOYS, a play by Bruce 
Stewart. 126 1. 5 acts. © Bruce 
Stewart; 17Jul68; DU72085. 

HANG ''IM. See 

SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 

THE HANG UP, by Thomas J. Tozer, music 
by Joylyn H. Tozer, Wonder by Ann 
Story. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Thomas J. Tozer & Joylyn H. Tozer; 
26Aug68; DU72669. 

THE HANGING OF ARTHUR PERKINS, a one 
hour television play by Victor A. 
Pompilio.. 45 1. © Victor A. Pom- 
pllio; 11JU168; DU71967- 

HANGING PLANTS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

THE HANGOUT, a one set high school mu- 
sical morality farce; book, lyrics & 
music by Don Springer, musical ar- 
rangements by Mike Schoop. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Don Springer; 150ct68; 
DU72625. 
HANS CLODHOPPER. See 
ANDERSEN'S FAIRY TALES. 



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HANSEL AND GRETEL, a play in rhyme & 
song by Mllllcent Rose. 1 v. 
Adapted from the fairy tale. Appl. 
ti.: Hansel and Gretel In rhyme and 
song. © Mllllcent Rose; l60ct68; 
DU72623. 

HANSEL AND GRETEL. See 
GRIMMS' FAIRY TALES. 

HAPPILY EVER AFTER, a play In one act 
by Margaret Chenoweth, pseud, of 
Dorothy Daigh Marquis. 4o 1. 
© Dorothy Daigh Marquis; 7Aug68; 
DU72136 . 

HAPPINESS IS A PARADE, by Vyonne Madsen 
McClellan & Wallace E. Broberg. 
12 1. A play. © Vyonne Madsen 
McClellan & Wallace E. Broberg; 
210ct68; DU72668. 

THE HAPPY APPLE, by Jack Pulman . 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Jack Pulman; 
12Nov68; DU72866. 

A HAPPY SCHOOL OF FISH, a musical play 
for children; written by Dorothy 
Doane & Ed Chameleon. New York, 
Lee Music Corp. 16 p. © Lee Music 
Corp.; 2Dec68; DP6871. 

HAPPYNING! A new comedy by James Cri- 
vella. 1 v. 3 acts. © James V. 
Crivella; l6Sep68; DU72389. 

HARD CORE, by James Lineberger. JO 1. 
A play in 10 scenes. Includes lyrics 
to 2 songs. © James Luther 
Lineberger; l6Dec68; DU73067. 

HARLEQUINADE, a one act commedia dell' 
arte by James Henry Bierman. 48 1. 
© James H. Bierman; 90ct68; DU7258I. 

HARPER VALLEY GOSSIP PTA, by Tom T. 
Hall, Effle Smith & John Criner. 
2 1. Monolog. © Newkeys Music, Inc. 
& Aries Music Pub. Co.; 6Nov68; 
C21112. 

HARPER VALLEY PTA: THE STORY OF HARPER 
VALLEY, by Tom T. Hall. 2 sheets. 
©Newkeys Music, Inc.; 24Sep68; 
C20924 . 

THE HARROWING, a theatre piece by 

Robert Andrew Bonnard. 1 v. A play 
in J acts. © Robert Andrew Bonnard; 
19Dec68; DU73070. 

HARRY GREB - TONY ZALE. See 

THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 

HARRY, YOU'RE A REAL HUMAN BEING, by 
Sherwood Kiraly. 35 1- A play. 
© Sherwood D. Kiraly; 12Jul68; 
DU71974 . 

HARVEY HEDDERBONE, by Mike Michaelson 
(Manuel Michaelson) 44 1. A musi- 
cal play in 2 acts. Book only. 
© Manuel Michaelson; 22Nov68; 
DU72898. 

HAVE YOU ANY WOOL? A two act comedy 
drama by Stan Papell. 1 v. © Stan 
Papell; l8jul68; DU72014 . 

HAVE YOU BEEN READING THE TIMES TODAY? 
A new musical by Robert Williamson 
Preston. 94 1. 2 acts. NM: music, 
words, arr. © Robert W. Preston; 
I80ct68; DU72645. 

HAVE YOU EVER, by Wilfred S. Stone. 
26 1. Monolog. © Wilfred S. Stone; 
5Aug68; C20762. 

HAZEL'S IRISH BROTHER, a one hour tele- 
play by Victor A. Pompilio. 40 1. 
© Victor A. Pompilio; HJul68; 
DU71965 ■ 

HE AIN'T THERE, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 9 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 300ct68; C21088. 



HE WALKED BOWLEGGED TO THE DOOR, an 
original screenplay by Louis Antonio. 
110 1. © Louis Antonio; 29Jul68j. 
DU72067 . 

HE WANTS SHIH, by Rochelle Owens, (Ro- 
chelle Owens Economou) 36 1. A play 
In 3 scenes. © Rochelle Owens; 
17Jul68; DU72008. 

HEADLINES AMERICA, by Murray B. Silver- 
man & Charles F. Batchelder. 17 1. 
Script. © Murray B. Silverman & 
Charles" F. Batchelder; HJul68; .' 
C20716. 

THE HEADS, an original play in one 
act by Pearce Davies. 77 1. 
© Pearce Davies; 25Nov68; DU72982. 

THE HEARTS OF MEN, by Raymond M. Boyle. 
112 1, A play in 3 acts. © Raymond 
M. Boyle; 19Aug68; DU72211. 

HEATHER ROSE, a three act comedy by 
J. J. Gillivan. 106 1. © J. J. 
Gillivan; 5Sep68; DU72368. 

THE HEAVEN-MOTHER, a play in two acts 
by Roma Greth. 75 1. © Roma Greth; 
29Nov68; DU73014. 

HEET U MOEILIJKHEDEN MET MENSEN? (Are 
people your problem?) Een lezing 
over de Christelijke Wetenschap 
door Thomas 0. Poyser. 25 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 23Feb68, 
C20447. NM: Dutch translation. 
© Thomas 0. Poyser; l8jul68; C20855. 

DIE HEIMLICHE EHE (II matrimonio 

segreto) Komische Oper in zwei Akten 
von D. Cimarosa; Neubearbeitung frei 
nach dem Italienischen des Giovanni 
Bertati von Hans Sfuwe. Berlin, 
R. Lienau. 204 p. Klavierauszug mit 
Text. NM: revisions. © Robert' 
Lienau; 12Apr49; DF1940. 

DIE HEIMLICHE EHE; komische Oper in 
zwei Aufzugen; Neubearbeitung von 
Hans St'uwe; Musik von Domenico Cima- 
rosa. Berlin, R. Lienau. 74 p. 
Frei nach dem Italienischen des Gio- 
vanni Bertati. Libretto. NM: trans- 
lation. © Robert Lienau; HMay48; 
DF194 1 . 

HELL BETWEEN SUNDAYS, a play by lava- 
niel Henderson. 1 v. 2 plays. 
© Lavaniel L. Henderson, Sr.; 
23Aug68; DU72241. 

HELLO, SUCKER, a new musical play by 
David Blomquist. 76 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © David Blomquist; I40ct68; 
DU72648. 

HELP TO MAKE AMERICA SAFE, by John 

Beverly, pseud, of George Washington. 
7 1. A radio script. (Hollywood 
theatre of the air) © Maria A. 
Washington; 23Sep68; C20906. 
HER LEGAL PRISONER, by Emmy Gyakl & 

Bob Winters (Robert L. Winters) 

37 1. A play in 3 acts. © Emmy E. 

Gyaki & Robert L. Winters; l6Sep68; 

DU72402. 

HER OWN PARADISE, a comedy in one act 
by Alice P. Reynolds. 25 1. © Alice 
P. Reynolds; 9Jul68; DU72002. 

HERBS & SCENTED PLANTS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

HERE COME THE JUDGE, by Pigmeat 
Markham (Dewey Markham) 3 1. 
A script. © Dewey Markham; 300ct68; 
C21092. 

HERE COMES DINO, by Gloria Geisendorfer. 
4 1. Story. © Gloria Geisendorfer; 
ltJun68; C20710. 

HERE COMES THE GROOM, a farce in one 
act by Troy Caswell. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 23 p. © Troy 
Caswell; 3Dec68; DP6870. 



HERE IN GOLDIE'S HOUSE, a play in 
three acts by T. C. Weir. 150 1. 
© T. C. Weir; l6Sep68; DU72406. 

HERO. See 

A QUARTET FOR TWO. 

THE HERRING RUN; 1 act drama by Bertha 
Marie Clark. 25 1. © Bertha Marie 
Clark; 15Nov68; DU72919. 

HE'S SOMEWHERE IN THE HOUSE, a play 
in three acts by Howard Southgate. 
1 v. © Howard Southgate; 19Nov68; 
DU72939. 

HEY, DIDDLE DIDDLE, a comedy in three 
acts by Edward Hagopian. 95 1. 
© Edward Hagopian; 12Jul68; DU71983. 

HEY KIDS, LET'S SING! A sing-a-long 
story; an original & new concept in 
children's entertainment, written, 
produced & sung by Rosemary Rice for 
Columbia Records. 35 1. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Rosemary Rice 
d.b.a. Miss Marcie Music Co.; 6Aug68; 
C20777. 

HEY MIKE! A play in four acts by Sam- 
uel H. Schwalb. 75 1. © Samuel H. 
Schwalb; 9Jul68; DU71951. 

HEY, WHAT HAPPENED TO AMY VANDERBILT? 
An hour-long TV comedy by Robert 
Hogrogian Badrig. 84 1. 3 acts. 
© Robert Hogrogian Badrig; 23Jul68; 
DU72032. 

HEZIKIAH SARETTE, a play in three acts 
by Arthur T. Hadley. 1 v. © Arthur 
T. Hadley; 31Jul68; DU72076. 

HI, DAD! A social comedy in three 
acts by Charles Montgomery Adams, 
pseud, of Charles W. Treichler. 
1 v. © Charles W. Treichler; 
10Dec68; DU73104 . 

HI, DUMB DUMB, by Larry Neal Culbertson. 
Sheet. Recitation. © Larry Neal Cul- 
bertson; 210ct68; C21002. 

HI FIDELITY, a musical in two acts; 
book, lyrics & music by Salim 
Patell. 1 v. © Salim Patell; 
4Nov68; DU72872. 



HIDE AND SEEK, 
by Gary Young 
Young; 4Sep68 



play in three acts 

81 1. © Gary 
DU72335 . 



HIGH SCHOOL BUS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Kenneth J. Farley. 30 1. © Kenneth 
J. Farley; 5Nov68; DU72817. 

THE HIGHER DEPTHS, by Richard Wynne & 
Leonard Slger. 104 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Richard H. Wynne & Leonard 
P. Siger; 31Jul68; DU72097. 

HIGHWAY TO HEALTHY HEARTS, by Marilyn 
Maple. 15 1. A script. © Marilyn 
J. Maple; 20ct68; C20959. 

HIS BROTHER' S ENEMY, an original 
screenplay by Joe Santos (Joseph 
Santos) 122 1. © Joseph Santos; 
300ct68; DU7275L 

HISTORICAL INTERPRETATION OF NEGRO SPIR- 
ITUALS, by Dorothy Conley Elam. 1 v. 
A lecture. © Dorothy Conley Elam; 
13Nov68; C21104 . 

HISTORY, by Martin Duberman. 25 1. 
A play. © Martin Duberman; 22Nov68; 
DU72899. 

HISTORY, A BRIDGE OVER THE GENERATION 
GAP, a pyrodrama by Sandra Hardy. 
1 v. 12 episodes. A script. © San- 
dra Hardy; 5Jul68; C20713- 

THE HISTORY OF SPORTS, a presentation 
of thirteen half-hour shows by 
Bernard Rabb. 39 1. © Multi-Ways 
Educational Films, Inc.; 26Jul68; 
C20744. 



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July-Dec. 



THE HOBBIT, by J. R. R. Tolkien, 
dramatized by Patricia Gray. Chi- 
cago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 87 p. 
2 acts. ©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
l8Sep68; DP6796. 

HOLE IN ONE, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Steve 
Weizer. 31 1. © Steve Weizer; 
30Aug68; DU72300. 

THE HOLE IN THE LAKE, a one hour tele- 
play by Victor A. Pompillo. 40 1. 
2' acts. © Victor A. Pompllio; 
l4Aug68; DU72182. 

HOLE IN THE WALL, by Tony Pastor, Jr. 
62 1. A play. © Tony Pastor, Jr.: 
22Jul68; DU72131. >•"■•> 

HOLIDAY DECORATIONS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

HOLIDAY GIRL, by Earl Nightingale. 
5 1. A commercial script. Appl. 
author: Nightingale-Conant Corp., 
employer for hire. © Holiday Magic, 
Inc. ; 290ct68; C21059. 

HOME & PRE-NATAL CARE. 104 1. A 
script. Appl. author: McLendon 
Educational Corp. © McLendon Educa- 
tional Corp.; 23Sep68; C20946. 

HOME IS WHERE THE HEADACHE IS, a come- 
dy in three acts by Joanne Stern 
Bickow. 1 v. Appl. states formerly 
titled Goodbye flight sixty-six to 
Istanbul, Bombay and Tokyo, & prev. 
reg. 12Aug68, DU72151. NM: revisions. 
© Joanne Stern Bickow; 25Sep68; 
DU72424. 

HOMER, by Frank Fetters. (In Players, 
June-July 1968, p.165-168) © Frank 
Fetters; 8jun68; DP6756. 

THE HOMESTEAD, a drama in two acts by 
Richard W. Harris. 1 v. ©Richard 
W. Harris; 25Nov68; DU72987. 

HONEYMOON HOTEL, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 6 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 300ct68; C21083. 

HONI SOIT. See 

WOULD YOU BELIEVE EARL WARREN. 

THE HORSE THAT SWOONED, a new comedy 
by Maurice Valency. 96 1. 2 acts. 
From the play by Francoise Sagan. 
Appl. states prev. pub. in PariSj 
1966. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Maurice Valency; 9Sep68; DU72696. 

HORTICULTURAL PRESENTS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

HOSEA, a drama of human dignity by 
Richard P. Matthews. 126 1. A play 
in 2 parts. ©Richard P. Matthews; 
23Sep68; DU72442. 

HOTEL PENN STATION, a 3 act play by 
Madolin Cervantes. 1 v. © Madolin 
Cervantes; 100ct68; DU72621. 

THE HOURS OF ROSIE GALLAGHER, a play in 
three acts by Robert J. Cone. 1 v. 
© Robert J. Cone; 150ct68; DU72608. 

HOUSE IN EXILE, a play in two acts by 
Morton Felix. 60 1. © Morton Fe- 
lix; 19Aug68; DU72210. 

A HOUSE IN NAPLES; screenplay written 
by Frank Petrella a.k.a. Peter 
Savage. 77 1. © Frank Petrella; 
12Nov68; DU72882. 

THE HOUSE THAT BUD BUILT, by Etcetera, 
Inc. Sheet. Television script. 
Appl. author: Mark des Jardins. 
©Etcetera, Inc.; 25Jul68; C20769. 

THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, a play by 
E. L. Robertson. 73 1. 3 scenes. 
© Earl Lawrence Robertson; 250ct68; 
DU72687. 



THE HOUSEWIFE, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
Jo Anne Trinkle. 30 1. © Jo Anne 
Trinkle; 27Aug68; DU72278; 

HOW GOD HEALS THE MEEK, by Raymond 0. 
Abeling. 23 1. © Raymond 0. Abeling; 
12Sep68; C20986. 

HOW IMPORTANT ARE YOU TO THE WORLD? 
A Christian Science lecture by Glenn 
L. Morning. Folder. © Glenn L. 
Morning; 3Dec68; C21126. 

HOW MUCH IS THAT IN MONEY? Story & 
screenplay by Samuel Marx. 109 1. 
© Samuel Marx; 210ct68; DU72677. 

HOW PERFECTLY NICE, a farce in one act 
by Gordon Tretick. 19 1 . © Gordon 
Tretick; 4Nov68; DU72742. 

HOW ST. PATRICK FAKED THE SNAKES. See 
THE SSSSLITHERING SSSSCOURGE. 

HOW TO BECOME A PLANET IN NINE LIVES. 
See 
THE SIMPLEXIFICATION. 

HOW TO SELL REAL ESTATE SUCCESSFULLY. 
6 v. 6 filmstrip scripts. (Film 1-6) 
Appl. author: Rocket Pictures, Inc. 
©Rocket Pictures, Inc.; HSep68; 



HOW YOU CAN HAVE GREAT TASTING DRINKING 
WATER, by Herbert J. Sherman. 2 1. 
© Herbert Jerome Sherman; 8Nov68; 
C21 



HSI HSIA'NG CHI. See 

THE ROMANCE OF THE WESTERN CHAMBER. 

HUNCHBACK AND SAINT. See 
FOOL, HUNCHBACK AND SAINT. 

THE HUNTRESSES, by Linda Stockham. 
Episode I: Liberty's torch; episode 
II: Murder is only skin deep. 1 v. 
2 hour-long teleplays. © Linda J. 
Stockham; 21Aug68; DU72225 . 

HUSBAND ON REBOUND, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Retha B. Judd. 30 1. © Retha B. 
Judd; 27Aug68; DU72279. 

HUT 42, by John B. Keane . Dixon, 
Calif., Proscenium Press. 40 1. 
(Irish play series, no. 2) 3 acts. 
© John B. Keane; 19Aug68; DP6801. 

HUUI, HUUI, a play in two acts by Anne 
Burr. 58 1. © Anne Burr; l40ct68; 
DU72628. 



I CAN'T HELP IT, a play in one act by 
Barbara L. Halpern. 1 v. With 
music. ©Barbara L. Halpern; 
230ct68; DU72769. 

I DO BELIEVE THE LORD ABOVE; words by 
Darrell Rader, music by Danny Logan. 
Folder. Recitation. © Darrell 
Rader; 90ct68; C20972. 

I, ELIZABETH OTIS, BEING OF SOUND 
MIND, by Philip Barber. 3 acts. 
(In Playwrights for tomorrow. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press, v.3, p. 251-346) Appl. 
states prev. reg. 30Jun66, DU66157. 
© Philip Barber; lSep67 (in notice: 
1966 & 1967); DP6745. 

IFR PLANNING & VOR FLIGHT, SECTION A-C, 
NARRATION, by Sanderson Films, Inc. 
3 v. Scripts of disc recorded 
narrations to be reproduced as educa- 
tional lectures. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1965, CI8589-18588, 15474. 
NM: editorial revision & additional 
text. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
27Nov68; C21171-21170, 21172. 



IFR REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES, SEC- 
TION A-C, by Sanderson Films. 
3 v. Scripts of disc recorded narra- 
tions to be reproduced as educational 
lectures. Appl. states prev. reg. 
1965, C18338, 18337 & 18336. NM: 
editorial revision & additions. 
©Sanderson Films, Inc.; 24Sep68; 
C20955-20956, 20952. 

I GOT THE NUMBER, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 2 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 210ct68; C21032. 

I IS AN ISLAND, an out film by Barrie 
Muir, pseud, of Carolee Capossela. 
11 1. © Carolee Capossela; HJul68; 
A13470. 

I LEARNED SOME THINGS TODAY, by John 
Llnde. Sheet. © Daily Bread Music 
Co. & Community Music, Inc.; 15JU168; 
C20732 . 

I LOVE A LADY, a play with music by 
H. Shirley Fowke. 129 1. 3 acts. 
Based on Old California houses, by 
Marion Randall Parsons. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
12Dec55, DU41308. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Helen Shirley Fowke," 
4Nov68; DU72753. 

I LOVE YOU BOTH, a play in three acts 
by Dorothy Smith. 121 1. © Dorothy 
Smith; 8Aug68; DU72152. 

I. N.R.I. (Jesus Nazarenus Rex Judaeorum) 
A play by Alois Bauman. 94" 1. 
6 scenes. © Joseph A. Bauman; 
7Nov68; DU72847. 

I NEVER SANG FOR MY FATHER, by Robert 
Anderson. New York, Random House. 
115 p. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DU64874. NM: editorial revi- 
sions. ©Robert Anderson; 12Jul68; 
DP6787 . 

THE I OF JUSTICE, a one act play by 
Richard Vernon Jones. 25 1. 
© Richard Vernon Jones; 13Dec68; 
DU7312^- 
I.Q., by Don Carlos Dunaway. 188 1. 
A play. © Don Carlos Dunaway; 80ct68: 
DU72657 . 

I SINCERELY DOUBT THAT THIS OLD HOUSE 
IS VERY HAUNTED, a musical mythery 
by Paul Crabtree. Anchorage, Ky., 
Anchorage Press. 50 p. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Anchorage 
Press; 22Jul68; DP6771. 

I WANT THAT YOU SHOULD BE HAPPY, a 
play in two acts by Cal Santo, 
pseud, of Calvin F. Santanastaso. 
1 v. © Calvin F. Santanastaso; 
27Aug68; DU72277. 

I WANTED LOVE AND HAPPINESS, an 

original story written & adapted for 
television by James E. Brown. 
30 1. © James E. Brown; 4Nov68; 
DU72790. 

I WAS THERE, by Clora Wetherspoon. 
5 1. Recitation. © Clora Wether- 
spoon; 12Nov68; C21106. 

I WISH I COULD SEE THE STAR, a Christ- 
mas play in three acts by Dorothy 
Sundell. 10 1. © Dorothy Sundell; 
29Jul68; DU72146. 

I WISH I COULD SEE WHERE I WERE GOING. 

SUPPLEMENT TO I WISH I COULD SEE 
WHERE I WERE GOING. 

THE ICE GODDESS, by James Douglas. 
3 acts. (In 7 Irish plays, 1946- 
1964. Minneapolis, University of 
Minnesota Press, p. 413-468) 
© James Douglas; 6Nov67; DP6794. 

ICHABOD CRANE AND THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY 
HOLLOW, by Bobbye Russell Durrett . 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. From the 
story by Washington Irving. 
© Bobbye Russell Durrett (Mrs.- R. E. 
Durrett, Jr.); I40ct68; DU72602. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



in 



THE IDEAL STATE, a play by Benjamin 
Bradford. 23 1. © Benjamin Brad- 
ford; 8Nov68; DU72859. 

THE IDEALIST, a comedy in 3 acts by 
Meredith Hutchins. 1 v. © Meredith 
Hutchins; 22Jul68; DU72021. 

IF MY WINGS HEAL, a play in four acts 
by James Forsyth. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 135 p. © James Forsyth; 
17Jul68; DP6758. 

IF YOU CAN'T JOIN THEM, LICK THEM, a 
play in two parts by Andrea Karchmer. 
White haven; Black-out. 1 v. 

2 plays. © Andrea Karchmer; 150ct68; 
DU72605. 

I'LL LOVE YOU FOREVER. See 
JUST WE TWO. 

I'LL NEVER LEAVE YOU, LIZZIE, a comedy 
in one act by Merle M. Box. Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa, Art Craft Play Co. 
24 p. ©Art Craft Play Co.; 3Sepbb; 
DP6798. 

ILLINOIS SESQUICENTENNIAL TALKING BLUES. 
See 
WALKIN' AND TALKIN' THROUGH ILLINOIS. 

IMAGE, a one act play by Jerome 

Spencer, pseud, of J. Spencer Herz. 
1 v. © J. Spencer Herz; 7Nov68; 
DU7285'*. 

THE IMAGE AND THE GLASS, a play by 
Jerome Spencer, pseud, of Jerome 
Spencer Herz. 55 1. J acts. 
© J. Spencer Herz; l8Nov68; DU72929. 

THE IMAGE OF THE STAR, a Christmas play 
In one act by Bee Brady. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 29 p. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 17Jul68; DP6761. 

THE IMAGINARY BARTENDER, by Pigmeat 
Markham (Dewey Markham) 10 1. 
A script. © Dewey Markham; 4Dec68; 
C21217. 

IMMORTAL SUMMER, by G. Tito Shaw. 71 1. 
A play in 4 acts. © G. Tito Shaw; 
300ct68; DU72679. 

THE IMPERIAL JR. HIGH SCHOOL AURAL 
READING LAB; scripts for tapes 1 
through 13 by Imperial Productions. 

3 v. © Imperial Productions, Inc.; 
10Jun68; C20779- 

IMPERSONATION OF THE ENEMY, a play with 
music by Leonard Berkman. 71 1. 
3 acts. Book only. © Leonard 
Berkman & Joyce Berkman; 5Nov68; 
DU72738. 

THE IMPRESSARIO; music by Wolfgang 
Amadeus Mozart, new English libretto 
by Dory Previn. Bryn Mawr, Pa., 
T. Presser Co. 44 p. 1 act. Based 
on the play by Gottlieb Stephanie the 
younger. Vocal score. NM: English 
libretto. © Theodore Presser Coi; 
310ct68; DP6842. 

IN HIS IMAGE, a demorality play by 
Joan Gilbert. 1 v. 3 acts'. ' 
© Joan Gilbert; 10Dec68; DU73106. 

IN-MAN; words by Jacques Wilson, music 
by Mort Garson. 2 1. Recitation. 
© La Brea Music & Emanay Music Co.; 
25Nov68; C21209. 

IN MEMORIUM, by Ralph Accardo. 

1 v. A play. © Ralph V. Accardo; 
llDec68; DU73107. 

IN RE: THE DAZZLER (The flowers of the 
tiger) By Ralph Romanelli. 1 v. 
A play. Book & lyrics only. NM: ad- 
ditions & revisions. © Ralph Romanel- 
li; 29Jul68; DU72107. 

IN SEARCH OF HONOR, a movie script by 
Nicholas Bellitto. 161 1. 
© Nicholas Bellitto; 27Dec68; 
DU73172. 



IN SHEPHERDS' FIELD, a Christmas can- 
tata with songs, narration & op- 
tional tableaux; words by Melcena 
Burns Denny, music by Pauline Del- 
monte. 43 1. 3 pt. © Pauline 
Delmonte & Melcena Burns Denny; 
12Nov68; DU72891. 

IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH, a play in 
one act by Eric Douglas. London, 
S. French. 24 p. (French's acting 
ed.) © Samuel French, Ltd.; 10Aug67 ; 
DF1927. 

IN THE CARRION'S CLAW, a play by Neil 
Di Lorenzo. 80 1. 2 acts. © Neil 
DI Lorenzo; 3Jan69; DU73161. 

IN THE CASE OF ARMSTRONG, EDGAR EUGENE, 
a play In three acts by Thomas F. 
Spinelle. 121 1. © Thomas F. 
Spinelle; 26Dec68; DU73168. 

IN THE CAVE OF THE MINOTAUR, by Martin 
Stern. 1 v. A screenplay in 3 acts. 
© Martin Stern; 1Nov68; DU72778. 

IN THE DAYS OF STALIN, a play in five 
acts by Stefan Shishkov. 65 1. 
© Stefan Shishkov; 24Sep68; DU72461. 

IN THE YEAR I967 A.M. See 
QUARTET. 

IN THIS FREEDOM, a drama with dance ex- 
pressions in eight sequences by 
Louise Morgan, pseud, of Louise 
Stiernberg. 26 1. © Louise Morgan; 
22Jul68; DU72020. 

IN VINDICATION OF RICHARD THIRD; or, 
Richard Plantagenet. Being a dichot- 
omy and renaissance of Richard the 
Third by Moody Blanchard . 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Moody Blanchard; 
l4Nov68; DU72911. 

THE INDIAN WANTS THE BRONX, a play by 
Israel Horovltz. New York, Drama- 
tists Play Service. 39 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 27Nov67, DU70417. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Israel 
Horovitz; 10Jun68; DP6748. 

INDIANS ARE THE EMPIRE'S FUTURE, an 
expressionist play by David Cole. 
127 1. 2 acts. Includes music to 
2 songs. © David Cole; 4oct68; 
DU72861. 

INDIVIDUAL CONSOLE PRIVATE PILOT 
COURSE, by L. Noll. 1 V. 19 film 
lectures. (A-V program no.FLC 102, 
KCC 815-I-19) Appl. author: Ken 
Cook Co., employer for hire. 
Appl. ti.: Private pilot course. 
© Ken Cook Co.; 12Sep68; C20881. 

INDOOR TOPIARY. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

INDUSTRY. See 

SEEING WEST GERMANY. 

INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE. See 
SEEING ITALY. 
SEEING MEXICO. 
SEEING SCANDINAVIA. 

THE INFLUENCE ON THE CHILD, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Helena Key. 30 1. 
© Helena Key; 5Nov68; DU72820. 

THE INHERITOR; screenplay by T. A. 
Czolowski & Joseph H. Taft. 92 1. 
© Eagle Productions; 250ct68; 
DU72681. 

INSANE ASYLUM, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 4 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 210ct68; C21038. 

THE INSIDES OF ORCHID PRICE, by Tobi 
Louis. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Tobi Louis; 40ct68; DU72537 . 

INSTRUCTIONS, by Andrew T. Yang. 9 1. 
A recording script. © Psychological 
Resources, Inc.; 9Dec68; C21219. 



INSTRUMENT FLIGHT CHARTS, SECTION A-C, 
NARRATION, by Sanderson Films, Inc. 
3 v. Scripts of disc recorded 
narrations to be reproduced as educa- 
tional lectures. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1965, C18592-18590. NM: editori- 
al revision & additional text. 
© Sanderson Films, Inc.; 27Nov68; 
C21169-21167. 

INSTRUMENT RATING, by L. Noll & Gene 
Zarwell. 1 v. 17 film lectures. 
(A-V program no.KCC-1-10, 15-21) 
Appl. author: Ken Cook Co., employer 
for hire of L. Noll. Appl. ti.: 
Instrument rating course. © Ken 
Cook Co.; 12Sep68; C20880. 

INSTRUMENTS & SYSTEMS, SECTION A-C, by 
Sanderson Films. 3 v. Scripts of 
disc recorded narrations to be repro- 
duced as educational lectures. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1962, C15485, 15484 
& 15488. NM.: editorial revision & 
additions. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
220ct68; C21040-21042. 

INTERESES CREADOS. See 
THE BONDS OF INTEREST. 

INTERMEDIATE SHORTHAND, MULTI MEDIA 
SYSTEM; scripts for tapes. 1 v. 
Lesson 1-68. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District, 
Mt. San Jacinto College. © Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
l6Sep68; C21010. 

INTERMEDIATE TYPEWRITING, MULTI MEDIA 
SYSTEM; scripts for tapes. 1 v. 
Lesson 76-150. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District, 
Mt. San Jacinto College. © Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
l6Sep68; C21009. 

THE INTERMIM, a play in 1 act by Jason 
St. James, pseud, of James M. 
Anuskiewicz. 28 1. © Jason 
St. James; l6Aug68; DU72198. 

INTERNATIONAL GOURMET SHASHLIK DINNER 
PARTY, by Victor P. Hatschier. 1 v. 
Lecture. © Continental Chef, Inc.; 
40ct68; C20970. 

INTERRUPTED CAREERS, a play in three 
acts by Harlan MaGuire, pseud, of 
James W. Clark. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. HSep67, DU20578. NM: 
additions. © James W. Clark; 
30Sep68; DU72563. 

INTERVIEW WITH AN ACTRESS. See 
THREE PLAYS IN A PATIO. 

INTRODUCTION TO AURAL LEARNING PROGRAMS, 
by Dynaphonics. 32 1. A recording 
script. © Dynaphonics, Inc.; 
230ct68; C21020. 

INVESTMENT FORUM, by Vic Maitland k 
Associates. 1 v. © Vic Maitland Sc 
Associates, Inc.; 2Aug68; C20793. 

THE INVINCIBLE, a play in 3 acts by 
Ion Nicola. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 13Apr66, DU6555O. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Ion 
Nicola; 240ct68; DU72693- 

INVITATION TO SUCCESS, by Earl Nightin- 
gale. 1 v. A commercial script. 
Appl. author: Nightingale-Conant 
Corp., employer for hire. © Holiday 
Magic, Inc.; 290ct68; C21062. 

IODINE AS A SEMICONDUCTIVE RELAY 
MODULE, by Kenneth W. Stark. 7 1. 
A lecture. © Kenneth W. Stark; 
l8Nov68; C21119. 

IODINE AS A SEMICONDUCTIVE RESISTOR, 
by Kenneth Stark. 9 1. A lecture. 
© Kenneth W. Stark; 24jul68; C20739- 
THE IRON PODIUM, by Wayne Clifford 
Harlow. 71 1- A play in 3 acts. 
© Wayne Clifford Harlow; 5Julb«; 
DU71932- 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



THE ISLAND STORY; or, Aibendito. By 
Don Pico de San Lorenzo, pseud, of 
Frederick S. Ealer . 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Frederick S. Ealer; 
2Dec68; DU73021. 

AN ISLAND WE IMAGINED, a play in 2 acts 
& an epilogue by John Randolph Zapor . 
611. © John Randolph Zapor; 
280ct68; DU72702. 

ISRAEL, DREAM AND FULFILLMENT, a 

dramatic reader by Samuel J. Citron. 
New York, Jewish Education Committee 
Press. 259 p. 12 plays. Book & 
lyrics only. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Samuel J. Citron; 23Aug68; 
DP6856. 

IT HAPPENED AT 3 A.M., an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Mrs. Win. M. Harrison, Jr. 
30 1. © Mrs. Wm. M. Harrison, Jr.; 
4Nov68; DU72792. 

IT WAS A GREAT YEAR FOR COLEYS, by Roma 
Greth. 179 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Roma Greth; 26Aug68; DU72256. 

IT WAS A TOUGH DAY. See 

MONOLOG TO DICK CAVETT SHOW. 

IT WON'T BE FOREVER, by Helen M. Knee. 
65 1. A play in 3 acts. © Helen M. 
Knee; 6sep68; DU72348. 

IT'S A BIG BEAUTIFUL WORLD WE LIVE IN . 
See 

THE GREAT - BIG BEAUTIFUL WORLD WE 
LIVE IN. 

IT'S A DOGS LIFE, written by Rossie 
Marshall (Roslyn Marshall) 75 1. 
A screenplay. © Roslyn Marshall; 
280ct68; DU72703. 

ITS CULTURE. See 
SEEING MEXICO. 

ITS HISTORY. See 
SEEING MEXICO. 

ITS PEOPLE. See 
SEEING MEXICO. 

IVAN THE TERRIBLE, by V. M. Zuliani. 
54 1. A play in 3 acts. © Vilma 
Zuliani; 280ct68; DU72717- 



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THE JFK KILLING; THE FIRST SHOT OF THE 
SECOND AMERICAN REVOLUTION? By 
Cincom. 28 1. A speech. © Cincom, 
Inc.; 290ct68; C21048. 

JACK, by Pierre H. Delattre & Alan 
Dienstag. 6 1. A screenplay. 
© Pierre H. Delattre & Alan Dienstag; 
l80ct68; DU72615. 

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, a mini-maxi play 
by Lucile Brown. 44 1. 3 scenes. 
© Lucile Brown; 210c t68; DU7265I. 

JACKIE CLARK COMEDY ALBUM MONOLOG; 
final script, radio & television 
program presentation. 1 v. Appl. 
author: Jacob Stein a.k.a. Jackie 
Clark. © Fanben Music Corp.; 
9Dec68; C21192. 

JAIME, by John Terrence Reilly. 30 1. 
A play. © John Terrence Reilly; 
15Jul68; DU71993. 

JAMES THE FOURTH. See 

THE SCOTTISH HISTORY OF JAMES THE 
FOURTH. 

JAPANESE SOCIETY PHOTOGRAPHER, by Frank 
Kalil & Jay T. Taylor. 7 1. Script. 
© Beechwood Music Corp.; 21Nov68; 
C21234 . 



JASON JUNCTION, by Stacy Myatt, pseud, 
of Janie Edwards. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Janie Edwards; 23Dec68; 
DU73153. 

JAY BRUTAY, PRO QB, a new play by 
Theodore Ogden. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Theodore Ogden; lAug68; DU72100. 

JE N'ETAIS PAS CHEZ MOI; septuor par 
Francois Billetdoux. 1 v. 
© Francois Billetdoux; 30Aug68; 
DU72544 . 

JEB. See 

PLAYS OF THREE DECADES. 

EL JEFE; screenplay by Ray Wells, 

pseud, of Raphael Arguelles. 123 1. 
English. © Ray Wells; 20Sep68: 
DU72568. 

JEFFERSON DAVIS, AMERICAN PATRIOT, by 
H. Lawrence Zillmer. 6l 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © H. Lawrence Zillmer; 
l6Dec68; DU73137. 

THE JELLY BEAN FACTORY, an original 
screenplay by H. Douglass Harriman. 
198 1. © H. Douglass Harriman; 
Uul68; DP6887. 

JENKINS, by J. Marlando a.k.a. Jack 
Marland. 4l 1. A play. © Jack 
Marland; 8Nov68; . DU72832. 

JEREMY, a play In two acts by John 
Irwin O'Connor. 1 v. Includes 
music & lyrics to 1 song. © John 
Irwin O'Connor; 9Dec68; DU73090. 

JERRY GO ROUND THE MERRY GO ROUND, a 
musical sketch by David Arkin. 
1 v. © David Arkin; HDec68; 
DU73108. 

JERRY THE FIRST, some natural fantasies 
in one act by Joseph Golden. 29 1. 
A play. S Joseph Golden; 22Jul68; 
DU72029. 

JESUS IS ALL, by Shirley Caesar. 

2 sheets. © Our Children's Music 
Co., Inc.; l8Nov68; C21130. 

JESUS NAZARENUS REX JUDAEORUM. See 
I. N.R.I. 

JEU D'ESPRIT, by Albert Devereaux. 

37 1. A play. English. With music. 
© Albert Devereaux; 28Aug68; DU72287 . 

LE JEU DE MASSACRE, by Adolf Stachon, 
pseud, of Adolf Sztacho & Jina 
Stachon, pseud, of Jirina Sztacho. 
55 1. A play in 3 acts. © Adolf 
Sztacho & Jirina Sztacho; 25 Jul68 • 
DU72110. 

JEWMAN MEETS MISS AMERICA, a comic 
drama in one act by Bill Meyers 
(William M. Meyers) 14 1. 
© William M. Meyers; 27Nov68: 
DU72995. 

JIM REEVES ON STAGE, by Jim Reeves. 

3 1. A recording script. © Mary 
Reeves, Inc.; 280ct68; C21066. 

JOHN BROWN AND THE NEW ERA, by Willie 
C. Shipman. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Willie C. Shipman; 3Jul68; DU71928. 

JOHNNY APPLESEED, by Bobbye Russell 
Durrett (Mrs. R. E. Durrett, Jr.) 
40 1. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Bobbye Russell Durrett; 
2Jan69; DU73162. 

JOHNNY NO-TRUMP, a play in two acts by 
Mary Mercier. Dramatists Play Service. 
75 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l8Aug66, DU66833. NM: additions 8c 
revisions. © Mary Mercier; 10Dec68; 
DP6865. 

THE JOKE'S ON YOU, a play in one act 
by Anthony Damato. 29 1. © An- 
thony Damato; HSep68; DU72372. 



JOLLIJEST, by Richard Kinter. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Includes music & 
lyrics for 1 song. © Richard Kinter; 
9Sep68; DU72350. 

JOLLY ROGER, a teleplay by Thomas Jo- 
seph Quirk, Jr. 11 1. © Thomas Jo- 
seph Quirk, Jr.; 170ct68; DU72638. 

JOURNEY IN MUSIC; lecture recital by 
Minna Nathanson. 4 1. © Minna 
Nathanson; l6Sep68; C20908. 

A JOVIAL CREW, by Richard Brome; edited 
by Ann Haaker. Lincoln, Uni-- , 
versity of Nebraska Press." 144 p. 
5 acts. NM: introd., annotation & 
compilation. © University of Nebras- 
ka Press; 26jun68; A7208. 

THE JOYRIDE, by David J. Kennedy. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © David J. 
Kennedy; 210ct68; DU72660. 

JUAN, a cosmic comedy in many scenes by 
Robert Metz. 1 v. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert Metz; 
2Aug68; DU72092. 

JUDAS IS CAR I OT, THE AFTERBIRTH OF BE- 
LIEF, by Timothy Taylor. 71 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Timothy Taylor; 
26Sep68; DU72481. 

THE JUDGMENT, a play in one act by 
Michael Carton. 21 1. © Michael 
Carton; 15Jul68; DU71991. 

THE JULIAN CALENDAR, a play in three 
acts by Anton Neuber, pseud, of 
Harry Neubauer. 73-1. © Anton 
Neuber; 150ct68; DU72603. 

JULY 3RD, 1976; 90 minute live tele- 
vision drama by Florence Dude, 65 1. 
3 acts. © Florence Dude; 15Aug68j 
DU72186 . 

JUNGLINGE IM FEUEROFEN. See 
THE BURNING FIERY FURNACE. 

JUROP, JUROP, elne sentimentale 
Komodie in drei Akten by Istvan 
Bekefl, aus dem Ungarlschen Uber- 
tragen von Eva Vajda. [Austria] 
Universal Edition (14732) 133 p. 
©Universal Edition, A.G.; 3May6S; 
DFO-1640. 

JUST WE TWO, a cycle of three one-act 
plays by Richard A. Dotterer. 
I'll love you forever; Alas, the 
bright cup; Dear love. 1 v. 
© Richard A. Dotterer; l6Aug68; 
DU72197- 



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KHJ-CHRISTMAS WISH. See 
XMAS WISH PROMOS. 

DAS KALTE HERZ; oper in drei Aufziigen 
nach dem MaYchen von Wilhelm Hauff ; 
Buch by Kurt E. Walter; Musik by 
Norbert Schultze. Hamburg, Neuer 
Theaterverlag. 3 v. Klavierauszug 
mit vollstandigem Text. © Neuer 
Theaterverlag, G.M.B.H.; 10May60; 
DFI936. 

KEEP UP, by Tom Whitman. 5 1. (See 
and say series, 1-39-5) © American 
Book Co.; HJun68; C20687. 

KEINE SINTFLUT FUR NOAH, zwei Spiele 
zwishen Glauben und Zweifel by 
Franz Richter. Wien, Bergland Ver- 
lag. 66 p. (Neue Dichtung aus 
Osterreich, Band 150) Contents: 
Keine Sintflut fiir Noah. — Die drei- 
faltige Einfalt. © Bergland Verlag; 
13Aug68; DFO-1627. 

KETCHEL VS. FULLMER. See 

THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 



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KID MCCOY VS. EMIL GRIFFITH. See 

THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 

THE KIDS' PARTY, by David J. Kennedy. 
4l 1. A musical play in 1 act. 
Book & lyrics only. © David J. 
Kennedy; 20Nov68; DU72&76. 

KIDS PLAY, by Berrilla Kerr. 61 1 . 
A play in 2 acts. © Berrilla Kerr; 
l5Jul68; DU71995- 
KILL OR DIE. See 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 

KILROY WAS HERE . See 
P X, I LOVE YOU. 

KIM, an original musical in two acts; 
music by Wil ReVeal (Wilber I. Re- 
Veal); lyrics by Larry Springer 
(Lawrence J. Springer); book by 
John DePrine. 1 v. Suggested by 
Rudyard Kipling's novel. © Lawrence 
J. Springer, Wilber I. ReVeal & 
John L. DePrine; 19Sep68; DU72394 . 

THE KIND KING WHO HAD THE HICCUPS; 
story, music & lyrics by Adele Pro- 
sono. 3 1- Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 8May68, 
EU59832. NM: narration. ©Adele 
Prosono; 23Sep68; C20910. 

KINDER FALLEN NACH OBEN; KomHdie in 
sechs Bildern by Horst Fitzthum. 
[Austria] Universal Edition (14758) 
124 p. © Universal Edition, A.G.; 
27Apr68; DFO-1642. 

KINDERGARTEN TO COLLEGE, a selection of 
scenes & skits for all ages; adapted 
& edited by I. E. Clark. Schulenburg, 
Tex., Stage Magic Plays. 53 p. 
9 plays. NM: additions & revisions. 
© I. E. Clark; 15Sep68; A24325 . 

A KING HAS NO LIFE OF HIS OWN, a musi- 
cal comedy by Roy de S. Horn. 73 1. 
3 acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states songs prev. reg. © Roy de S. 
Horn; 9Jul68; DU71926. 

KING LEAR, by William Shakespeare, 

commentary by George Skillan. London, 
S. French. 2l6 p. (French's act- 
ing ed.) 5 acts. © Samuel French, 
Ltd.; 7Nov67; DF1929. 

KING NICOLO; or, Such is life. A play 
in three acts, nine scenes & a pro- 
logue by Frank Wedekind; translated 
by Martin Esslin. (In Genius of the 
German Theater. New York, New Ameri- 
can Library. p. 465-522) © on trans- 
lation; Martin Esslin; 21Mar68; A3450. 

KING OF THE ROAD; original screenplay 
by Kent Osborne & Ralph Luce. 100 1. 
© Kent Osborne & Ralph Luce; 12Nov68; 
DU72913. 

KINGDOM OF EARTH (The seven descents 
of Myrtle) By Tennessee Williams 
(Thomas Lanier Williams) New York, 
New Directions Pub. Corp. Ill p. 
7 scenes. NM: revision & addition. 
© Two Rivers Enterprises, Inc.; 
310ct68; A36975. 

THE KISS, a play in one act by Martin 
Brown (Morris Brown) 31 1. 
© Morris Brown; 6Sep68; DU72347. 

KITEMI; or, When monkeys use knives 
and forks. By A. M. C. (Anne Marie 
Corbett) 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Anne Marie Corbett; 25Sep68; 
DU72467 . 

A KNIGHT LIKE THIS; pilot script by 
Donald R. Boyle. 44 1. © Donald 
R. Boyle; 12Aug68; DU72163. 

KONIG JOHANN, von Friedrich Durrenmatt. 
90 p. A play in 5 acts. Nach 
Shakespeare. © Reiss, A.G. Theater- 
verlag; 13Dec68; DU73060. 



KONZENTRATION; Spiel in fUnf Akten von 
Jan Rys. [Vienna] Universal Edition. 
65 p. ©Universal Edition, A.G.; 
31Jul68; DFO-1637. 



LADIES OF TOMORROW, a comedy by Michael 
Kallesser. 1 v. 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. HMar68, DU71005 . 
NM: additions & revisions. © Michael 
Kallesser; 23Aug68; DU72258. 

THE LADY IS ABROAD, a comedy by Roselyn 
Roddick Silenzi, words & music by 
William Roddick. 57 1. 2 acts. Book 
only. © Roselyn Roddick Silenzi; 
26Nov68; DU73063. 

LADYBUG, LADYBUG, by Carla Joseph. 
146 1. A screenplay. © Carla 
Joseph; l8Dec68; DU73088. 

LAND, See 

SEEING WEST GERMANY. 

LAND AND CLIMATE. See 
SEEING CENTRAL AMERICA. 
SEEING ITALY. 
SEEING MEXICO. 
SEEING SCANDIVAVIA. 

THE LAND I LOVE, by Peter Copani. 1 v. 
A play. © Peter Copani; 2Jul68; 
DU71911. 



LAND OF THE BLUE SPIDER. 
THE YOUNG KING. 



See 



THE LARGE PLANETARIUM AND THE SCHOOL; 
a satellite planetarium concept by 
Mark Levine. 6 1. A lecture. 
© J. Mark Levine; 10Dec68; C21226. 

LASCIVIOUS CARRIAGE, a paperback 

comedy by Allan Leicht. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. ©Allan Leicht; 
30Dec68; DU73180. 

THE LAST REMAINING IDIOT, by Wendell 
Metzger. 88 1. A play. © Wendell 
Metzger; 24Dec68; DU73158. 

LAST SUMMER, a screenplay by William 
Erwin. 13 1. © William Erwin; 
30Aug68; DU72365. 

THE LAST TIME I SAW MOMMY AND DADDY, 
a play by Saul Pullman. 110 1. 
3 acts. © Saul Pullman; 20ct68; 
DU72523. 

LAUGH ALONG WITH PINCUS, a musical in 
2 acts. Book, lyrics & music by 
Benny Bell, pseud, of Benjamin Sam- 
berg 10 1. © Bell Enterprises, Inc. 
3Aug68; DP6764. 

THE LAUNDRY CHUTE; in three acts by 
Grace Gove. 1 v. A play. © Grace 
Gove; 19Aug68; DU72214 . 

LAVOIE, a tragedy in two parts by 

Richard P. Matthews. 8l 1. Includes 
lyrics to 2 songs. ©Richard P. 
Matthews; 30ct68; DU72532. 

LEAD US NOT INTO TEMPTATION. See 
WE DIDN'T KNOW THE GUN WAS LOADED. 

LEARNING THE GOLF SWING, by Richard 
Blaschak. 1 v. Lecture. © Richard 
Blaschak; lAug68; C20755 . 

LEARNING TO READ BRAILLE WITH THE 
ASSISTANCE OF YOUR TAPE RECORDER, 
by William W. Devers. 45 1. A 
recording script. © William W. 
Devers; 24Sep68; C20925. 

LEAVE IT TO LAURIE, a play on smoking 
for teenagers by Lee Kalcheim. New 
York, American Cancer Society. 46 p. 
(Plays for living) © Lee Kalcheim; 
I40ct68; DP6818. 



LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US; words by 
Jacques Wilson, music by Mort 
Garson. Folder. Recitation. 
© La Brea Music & Emanay Music Co.; 
25Nov68; C21210. 

LEAVES IN THE MUSEUM. See 
THE DUOLOGUE. 

LEBEN EDUARDS DES ZWEITEN VON ENGLAND; 
Historie von Bertolt Brecht,' nach 
Marlowe. Potsdam, G. Klepenheuer 
Verlag. 121 1. © Gustav Klepenheuer 
Verlag; 24Apr24; DFI919. Entered 
under German Proclamation of 12Jul67 . 

THE LEDGE, by Rosalie Green Goldman. 
23 1. A play in 3 acts. © Rosalie 
G. Goldman; 10ct68; DU72515. 

LEDGE OF DOOM. See 
TRANSFERMAN. 

LEFT HAND, RIGHT POCKET; two act come- 
dy by G. P. Wolfe. 1 v. © Glenn P. 
Wolfe; 17Sep68; DU72413. 

LEFT HANDS SHOULD NEVER KNOW, by 

Donald R. Boyle. 140 1. A screen- 
play. © Donald R. Boyle; 40ct68; 
DU72540. 

LEFTOVERS' CHRISTMAS. See 
CHRISTMAS IN THE TOY STORE. 

LEGES LUDI, a musical play; book & 
lyrics by Don H. Fried. 118 1. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only, © Don 
H. Fried; l8oct68; DU72616. 

LENA; or, A little walk to the fountain 
of youth. By Wilson Wyler, pseud, of 
Paul Lipschutz. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Paul Lipschutz; 170ct68; 
DU72639 • 

LEND ME YOUR MINK, a play In three acts 
by Donna Nance. Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldridge Pub. Co. 75 p. © Eldrldge 
Pub. Co.; 15Sep68; DP6882. 

LEONARDO, a full-length biographical 
play by Matt Shermer. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Matt Shermer; 30Jul68; DU72072. 

LEONCE AND LENA, a comedy by Georg 
Buchner, translated by Thomas 
Colby. 1 v. 3 acts. © Thomas 
Colby; 30Sep68; DU72559. 

A LESSON IN LOVE, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 7 1. A recording 
script. © Dewey Markham; 210ct68; 
C21036. 

LET THERE BE LIGHT, a Christian Science 
lecture by Edward C. Williams. 4 p. 
© Edward C. Williams; 12Nov68; 
C21079. 

LET'S MAKE AN OPERA. See 
THE LITTLE SWEEP. 

LET'S PLAY POST OFFICE5 three playful 
acts of sheer folly by Paul Kaplan. 
108 1. © Paul Kaplan; 12Aug68; 
DU72160 . 

LET'S TALK ABOUT NOISES, by Responsive 
Environments Corp. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Responsive Environments 
Corp.; 4Dec68; C21156. 

LETTER. See 

THREE DRAMAS OF W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM. 

THE LIBERTY-HEAD NICKEL, by Becca Fizell 
Dunn. 1 v. A screenplay in 3 acts. 
© Becca Fizell Dunn & Russell Dunn; 
17Sep68; DU72385 . 

LIBERTY'S TORCH. See 
THE HUNTRESSES. 

DIE LIEBEN NACHBARN; Lustspiel in 3 
Akten von Tibor Varadi, Deutsche 
Fassung von Georg Kovary. Hamburg, 
Arcadia-Verlag. 169 p. © Arcadia- 
Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 30Jul68; DFO-1634. 



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LIFE BRINGS DEATH, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mrs. Alvin Rink. 30 1. © Mrs. Alvin 
Rink; 4Nov68; DU72810. 

THE LIFE-FULFILLMENT CRUSADE, a play 
by Robert M. Huntington. 8 1. 
3 acts. © Robert M. Huntington; 
15Jul68; DU71992- 

LIFE OF A COMEDIAN, a play in three 
acts by Stephen Hotchner. 1 v. 
© Stephen Hotchner; 310ct68; 
DU72774. 

LIFE TIME MONOLOGUE, by Lou Rawls. 
Sheet. © Lou Rawls Music; 15Jul68; 
C20726. 

LINCOLN'S DILEMMA, a historical play in 
two acts by Charles Garo Ashjian. 
1 v. © Charles Garo Ashjian; 
l6Dec68; DU73138. 

LINE OF DUTY, by Robert Paul Carson. 
1 v. A play In 3 acts. © Robert 
Paul Carson; 29Nov68; DU73013. 

THE LINGUISTIC PREHISTORY OF PEOPLES 
BELONGING TO THE URALIC FAMILY OF 
LANGUAGES, by Charles Serei. 16 1. 
Lecture. © Charles Serei; 21Aug68; 
C21044 . 

A LION ROAMS THE STREET, by Gordon 
Watkins. 11 1. A script. © Gordon 
R. Watkins; 26Nov68; C21207. 

LISTEN AND REMEMBER, the story of the 
Waxhaws by Dare Steele, music by 
Elinor McLaughlin. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Dare Steele & 
Elinor Niven McLaughlin; 23Aug68; 
DU72836. 

LISTEN! SEED FALLING! By Lucile R. 
Green. Los Angeles, Christian Arts 
Co. 10 p. 4 scenes. © Christian 
Arts Co.; 50ct68; DP6827. 

A LITTLE BIT OF HEAVEN, a comedy in 
three acts by Ann K. Rothman. 1 v. 
© Ann K. Rothman; 15Aug68; DU72183. 

LITTLE BOXES, by John Bowen. The cof- 
fee lace; Trevor. London, Methuen. 
110 p. © John Bowen; 21Aug68; 
DP 1938. 

LITTLE BOY WHO? A play for children 
by William Dinner & William Morum. 
London, S. French. 58 p. (French's 
acting ed.) 3 acts. © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 27Jul67; DF1926. 

LITTLE EYOLF. See 
FOUR PLAYS OF IBSEN. 

LITTLE KOREA, by Marc Kaminsky. 1 v. 
A play. © Marc Kaminsky; 3Sep68; 
DU7231 1 * . 

THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL. See 
ANDERSEN'S FAIRY TALES. 

THE LITTLE MERMAID, a children's musi- 
cal in two acts adapted from the 
tale of Hans Christian Andersen. 
Book & lyrics by Pat Hale, music by 
Al Bahret (Alfred Bahret) 1 v. 
© Pat Hale & Alfred Bahret; 30Jul68; 
DU72106. 

LITTLE NUISANCE, a musical play in 
three acts for children's theater 
by Loretta M. Guyan. 1 v. Book & 
lyrics only. © Loretta M. Guyan; 
170ct68; DU72622. 

THE LITTLE OLD PORNOGRAPHY SHOP, a play 
by Lonnie Carter. 61 1. 3 acts. 
© Lonnie David Carter; 5Aug68; 
DU72114. 

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD; text, lyrics 
music by H. Walter Wenkaert. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Hans Walter Wenkaert; 
310ct68; DU72770. 



THE- LITTLE SWEEP; the opera from Let's 
make an opera, an entertainment, for 
young people, op. 45 by Benjamin 
Britten; libretto by Eric Crozier; 
vocal score, piano solo reduction, 
by Martin Penny. London, Boosey & 
Hawkes. 88 p. Appl. author: 
Hawkes & Son (London) Ltd., employer 
for hire of Martin Penny. Appl. 
states prev. pub. 28Apr50, DP037 . 
NM: reduction for one piano. 
© Hawkes & Son (London) Ltd. (in 
notice: Boosey & Hawkes); 31Dec67; 
DF1935 ■ 

THE LITTLE TIMID DEVIL, a modern mira- 
cle play with music by William H. 
Atkins. 129 1. 22 scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. © William H. Atkins; 
15Nov68; DP6846. 

LITTLE WALK TO THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH. 
See 
LENA. 

THE LIVELY EXCHANGE, by T. A. Hadfield, 
pseud, of Tedd Field Tassell & Alice 
Ann Tassell. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
S Tedd Field Tassell & Alice Ann 
Tassell; 3Uul68; DU72135. 

LOCKED IN HOPELESSNESS; original story 
by Wayne Vincent, pseud, of Donald 
Wayne Smith; screenplay by David M. 
Ross & Wayne Vincent; music & origi- 
nal songs & lyrics by Wayne Vincent. 
106 1. Book only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 9May68, DU71494. NM: additions 
& revisions. © David Michael Ross & 
Donald Wayne Smith; l40ct68; DU72612. 

THE LOCKET, a play in two acts by 
Bernard Myers. 92 1. © Bernard 
Myers; 70ct68; DU72552. 

LOGIC, a word game of thought and rea- 
son by Lawrence Charles Gaba. 5 1. 
A lecture. © Lawrence Charles Gaba; 
24Jul68; C20740. 

LONDONER KLEINE WELTTHEATER. See 
SOLDATEN. 

THE LONELINESS OF THE STRUNG- OUT SOL- 
DIER; two acts by Gordon C. Law. 
53 1. A play. © Gordon C. Law; 
15JU168; DU71989. 

LONELY WATCHER OF THE SKIES, a play by 
Rosslyn Perry. 1 v. 2 acts. © Ross- 
lyn Perry; 29Nov68; DU73065 . 

A LONG HOT SUMMER, by Ernest King. 
2 1. Monolog. © Ernest King; 
25Jul68; C20743. 

LONG LASTING BLOSSOMING PLANTS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

LOOK DOWN, DOWN, DOWN ON THE NIGHTIN- 
GALE, a play by Louis Phillips. 
107 1. Book & lyrics only. © Louis 
J. Phillips, Jr.; 24Sep68; DU72418. 

LOOK WRITE HEAR. Unit 3. 24 1. Appl. 
author: Responsive Environments Corp., 
employer for hire. © Responsive En- 
vironments Corp.; 19Aug68; C20858. 

LOOKING FOR ROSA, by Jack Adler. 35 1. 
A play. © Jack Adler; 26Aug68; 
DU72270. 

LOOT, by Joe Orton. London, Methuen & 
Co. 87 p. 2 acts. © Joe Orton; 
2Feb67; DF1917. 

THE LOOTING OF FORT KNOX; a 30 min. 
teleplay concerning Maxwell Smart by 
Carmelo Gariano. 21 1. © Carmelo 
Gariano; 20ct68; DU72916. 

LORD COKE TELEVISION COMMERCIAL; 

writer, John Leslie Howard Gergely. 
4 1. Script. © John Leslie Howard 
Gergely; 230ct68; C21014. 



LORD GUNPUTTY AND THE GREAT SAFE, a 
play in three acts by Martin Billing. 
125 1. © Martin Billing; 7Aug68; 
DU72137. 

THE LOST LEGEND, by Wallace E. Broberg 
& Vyonne M. McClellan. 70 1. 
A screenplay. © Vyonne Madsen 
McClellan & Wallace E. Broberg; 
l6Dec68; DU73135- 

A LOT OF THINGS IN COMMON, a play in 
three acts by Elizabeth Hart. 1 v. 
© Elizabeth Hart; 25Jul68; DU72041. 



LOTTIE'S LAMENT, by Dot Hester. 
© Dot Hester; 6Dec68; C21187. 



2 1. 



LOUISA MAY ALCOTT; lecture by Mary 
Howell Eliason. 11 1. © Mary 
Howell Eliason; 9Sep68; C21022. 

LOUISA MAY ALCOTT CARRIES ON, a comedy 
In one act by Neal Black. 1 v. 
© Robert Neal Black; l4Aug68; 
DU72178. 



LOVE AFFAIRS AND WEDDING BELLS. 
THREE COMEDIES. 



See 



LOVE AND SKIN; or, Wake up and live.. 
An all Negro love generation musi- 
cal by George Robert Nider. 92 1. 
Book & lyrics only. NM: additions & 
revisions. © George Robert Nider; 
20Sep68; DU72624. 

LOVE CITY, a play by Ruth K. Hill 
(Ruth K. Hill Lazar) 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Ruth K. Hill Lazar; l8Jul68; 
DU72570. 

LOVE FROM LIZ, by Elaine Morgan. 

London, S. French. &I p. (French's 
acting ed.) 2 acts. © Elaine 
Morgan; 27Sep67; DF1922. 

LOVE IS A TIME OF DAY, by John Patrick. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © John Pa- 
trick; 5Aug68; DU72117- 

THE LOVE MAN; book by Alan Carter, 
music by Stanley L. Freedman. 
1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Alan B. Carter & Stanley L. 
Freedman; 310ct68; DU72773- 

LOVE SO BLIND, by Larry Neal "Culbertson. 
Sheet. © Larry Neal Culbertson; 
l8Nov68; C21183. 

LOVE STORY, an original story written 
& adapted for television by James • 
Titone. 30 1. © James Titone; 
4Nov68; DU72787. 

LOVE YOUR CROOKED NEIGHBOR, a play in 
three acts by Harold J. Chapler. 
87 1. © Harold J. Chapler; 29Aug68; 
DP6868. 

LOVERS AND OTHER STRANGERS, by Renee 
Taylor & Joseph Bologna. 1 v. 
A play. © Renee Taylor & Joseph 
Bologna; 100ct68.; DU72584. 

LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, by William 

Shakespeare; edited by George Lyman 
Kittredge; rev. by Irving Ribner. 
Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. 
112 p. (The Kittredge Shakespeares) 
5 acts. NM: revisions & illustra- 
tions. © Blaisdell Pub. Co., a 
division of Ginn & Co.; l4Aug68; 
A18084 . 

LOWREY'S WONDERFUL WORLD OF MUSIC 

PROGRAMMED ORGAN INSTRUCTION, PART I, 
by Zeb Billings (Gary 0. Billings) 
38 1. A tape recording script. 
© Zeb Billings; l8Nov68; C21118. 

LUGGAGELESS TRAVEL, by Philip Rosen- 
berg. 4 1. A talk. © Philip 
Rosenberg; 240ct68; C21039- 



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LYDIA'S RAPE, by Lewis Michael Stern. 
83 1. A play in 2 acts. © Lewis M. 
Stern; 5Aug68; DU72174. 

LYING IS CATCHING. See 

A PERFECTLY INNOCENT AFFAIR. 



M 



THE M.I. A. BOOK OF PLAYS. Salt Lake 
City, General Boards of the Mutual 
Improvement Associations of the 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- 
Day Saints. 14? p. 5 plays. Appl. 
authors: Carol Lynn Pearson & others. 
© M.I. A. Boards, the Church of Jesus 
Christ of Latter-Day Saints; 28jun68; 
DP6763 . 

MA DECHIRURE; conte dramatique en seize 
tableaux de Jean Pierre Chabrol. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 240 p. 
© Editions Gallimard; 30Apr68; 
DF0-1622. 



MABARAK, THE OPTIMIST, a play in seven 
parts by Rafael Bunuel. 101 1. 
© Rafael Bunuel; 10ct68; DU72514 . 

THE MAD SCIENTIST, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Judy Landers. 30 1. © Judy Landers; 
4Nov68; DU72807 . 

MADE IN HEAVEN, a one act play by 
Edward Friedman. 4l 1. © Edward 
Friedman; 26Jul68; DU72057. 

THE MADELEINE CONSTANT, a play in three 
scenes by Norman Aulislo. 19 1. 
© Norman Roberto Aullsio; 31Dec68; 
DU73186. 

MADONNA OF THE TRASH CANS, a one act 
play by Tony Preston (Anthony 
Glenwood Preston) 24 1. © Anthony 
Glenwood Preston; 3Dec68; DU73031. 

MADRIGAL; Carlo Gesualdo eletregenye 
by Laszlo Passuth. Budapest, 
Zenemukiado Vallalat. 717 p. 
© Laszlo Passuth; 30Jun68; 
AFO-56O77. 

A MAESTRA AMERICANA E LO SCOLARO; 
written by Carlo Casiano Amore. 
5 1. A play. © Edward Rossi; 
40ct68; DU72826. 

MAGGIE FLYNN, a new musical, book, mu- 
sic & lyrics by Hugo Peretti, Luigi 
Creatore & George David Weiss; book 
in collaboration with Morton Da 
Costa. 1 v". A play in 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © on text; Hugo 
Peretti, George David Weiss, Luigi 
Creatore & Morton Da Costa; 280ct58 
DU72685. 

THE MAGIC FORK, an original scherzo- 
comedy by Sandro Giglio. 124 1. 
© Sandro Giglio; 9Dec68; DU73099- 

THE MAGIC LIBRARY; pilot episode writ- 
ten by Billie Lou Watt (Billie Lou 
Watt Studer), music by Martin New- 
man. 30 1. © Martin Newman; 
30Sep68; DU72490. 

THE MAGIC RED BAG, by Ruth Jackson. 
Episodes 8-20. 1 v. 13 television 
scripts. ©Ruth Jackson; 30Sep68; 
C20947. 

THE MAGIC TARTS, by Sarah E. Stevenson; 
musical score & arrangement by S. P. 
Bergmann. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Sarah E. Stevenson; 7Nov68; DU73072. 

THE MAID IN ROUEN, a drama in two acts 
by T. E. Trese, Jr. 1 v. © Thomas 
E. Trese, Jr.; 12Sep68; DU72374 . 

THE MAID'S TRAGEDY, by Beaumont & 

Fletcher; edited by Howard B. Norland. 
Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press. 



136 p. (Regents Renaissance drama 
series) (A Bison book, BB 224) 
A play in 5 acts. NM; Introd. & com- 
pilation. © University of Nebraska 
Press; 25Sep68; A21279. 

MAIN PASSE. See 
THE CHEMMY CIRCLE. 

MAJOR BULLSHOT-GORGEOUS. See 
THREE PLAYS BY PLAUTUS . 

MAKE LOVE NOT FOOD, by Jani Gardner 
(Jani Gardner Shafer) & Chase 
Shafer. 49 1. A screenplay. © Jani 
Gardner (Mrs. Chase Shafer) & Chase 
Shafer; 28Jun68; DU72627. 

MAKE MINE HAPPY; written by Klea E. 
Worsley, with L. Clair Likes, Frances 
N. Boyden & Nathan B. Hale. Salt Lake 
City, MIA General Boards of the Church 
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 
59 p. A musical in 7 scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states songs prev. 
reg. 19Aug68, EP248619. © MIA General 
Boards, the Church of Jesus Christ of 
Latter-day Saints; 28jun68; DP6836. 

MAKING OBJECTIONS WORK FOR YOU, RETAIL 
SYSTEMS SALES, by Dynaphonics. 85 1. 
A recording script. © Dynaphonics, 
Inc.; 230ct68; C21017. 

MAKING THINGS GROW, by Thalassa Cruso 
(Thalassa Cruso Hencken) Recording 
scripts. © Thalassa Cruso. 
Accent plants. © 19Aug68; C20838. 
Artificial lighting. © 19Aug68; 

c 20830. 

Begonias. © 19Aug68; C20840. 
Bonsai. © 19Aug68; C20829. 
Bromeliads. © 19Aug68; C20842. 
The cool window. © 19Aug68; C20839. 
Displaying house plants. © 19Aug68; 

C20820. 
Dividing. © 19Aug68; C2083^. 
Dutch bulbs. © 19Aug68; C208l6.- 
Easy bulbs. © 19Aug68; C20819. 
Ferns. © 19Aug68; C20828. 
Forcing bulbs. © 19Aug68; C20841. 
Geraniums. © 19Aug68; C20851. 
Gesneriads. © 19Aug68; C20815. 
Hanging plants. © 19Aug68; C20826. 
Herbs & scented plants. © 19Aug68; 

C20846. 
Holiday decorations. © 19Aug68; 

C 208 24. 
Horticultural presents. © 19Aug68; 

C20831. 
Indoor topiary. © 19Aug68; C20836. 
Long lasting blossoming plants. 

19Aug68; C20837. 
Massing a window. © 19Aug68; 

C 208 14. 
More cuttings. © 19Aug68; C20852. 
Plants for dim places. © 19Aug68; 

C20822. 
The portable garden. © 19Aug68; 

C 20845. 
The pot problem. © 19Aug68; C20821. 
Potting. © 19Aug68; C20817. 
Pruning and pinching out. © 19A'ug68; 

C20847 . 
Questions and answers I. © 19Aug68; 

C20825. 
Questions and answers II. © 19Aug68; 

c 20835. 

Questions and answers III. © 19Aug68; 

C 2084 3. 
Seeds. © 19Aug68; C20833. 
Short day problems. © 19Aug68; 

C20827. 
Softwood cuttings. © 19Aug68; 

C20848. 
Soils. © 19Aug68; C20818. 
The succulents. © 19Aug68; C20832. 
Summer hanging plants. © 19Aug68; 

C20850. 
Summering house plants. © 19Aug68; 

C 2084 4. 
Watering. © 19Aug68; C20823. 
Window boxes. © 19Aug68; C 20849. 



THE MALE RIGHT, a one act play. With 
monologue Defrocked, by Helen R. 
Williams. 1 v. © Helen R. Williams; 
19Nov68; DU72942. 

MALMEDY: CASE 6-24, a play in two acts 
by C. R. Wobbe . Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 89 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. l8Nov66, DU67302. NM: editorial 
'revision. © C. R. Wobbe; 2Aug68; 
DP6770. 

MAN! By Erie McClintic (Mrs. T. M. 
Mulherin) 7 1. A play. © Erie 
McClintic; 22Nov68; DU72969- 

THE MAN AND THE MOSQUITO, by Michael 
Mathias. 46 1. Play. © Michael 
Mathias; 20Aug68; DU72189. 

THE MAN FROM IBM, a comedy in one act 
by Robert A. Barrett. 17 1. © Rob- 
ert Avery Barrett; 1 Jul 68; DU71893- 

MAN FULL OF NOTHING. See 
THREE COMEDIES. 

MAN IN A MAZE, by Leonard Chertoff & 
Frank Dale. 53 1 . A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. author: Ignazio Benfante. 
© Frank Dale; 4Nov68; DU72764. 

A MAN ON AN ERRAND, by Bradley H. Thies- 
sen. Episodes 1-14. 1 v. Film 
scripts. © Bradley H. Theissen; 
310ct68; C21046. 

THE MAN WHO COULDN'T DIE; book & lyrics 
by John Heineman. 43 1. A play in 
2 acts. Book only. © A. John Heine- 
man; 20Nov68; DU73074. 

MAN WHO KILLED TINKERBELLE. See 

TWO ONE ACTS. 
MAW WHO PLAYED GOD. See 

SEARCH FOR REALITY. 

MAN WITH THE WORD, LYIN ' COWARD; words 
by Jacques Wilson, music by Mort 
Garson. 2 1. Recitation. © La Brea 
Music & Emanay Music Co.; 25Nov68; 
C21211. 

MANHATTAN MATADOR. See 
DOWNTOWN TOREADOR. 

A MAN'S SONG, a dramatization about the 
life of Stephen Foster as related to 
his music & his psychiatric disabil- 
ity, by Elizabeth Stecker. 10 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Lois Timmlns; 
23Aug68; DU72230. 



MANUFACTURING AND TRADE. 
SEEING CENTRAL AMERICA. 



See 



MANY ARE CALLED, BUT FEW GET UP, a 
satiric sketch on the Every-Member 
Canvass by Elizabeth Berryhill. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 36 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) © Elizabeth 
Berryhill; 11 Jul 68; DP6739. 

MARCEL CERDAN VS. EMILE GRIFFITH. See 
THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 

MARGUERITE DES PETROLES; comedie en 
deux parties et neuf tableaux de 
Julien Vartet, pseud, de Maurice 
Vachet. 1 v. © Julien Vartet; 
90c t68; DU72733. 

MARJORIE DAW, a 1 act musical adapted 
by Sally Dixon Wiener. 1 v. 
From Thomas Bailey Aldrich's short 
story. © Sally Dixon Wiener; 
290ct68; DU72705. 

MARKETING EDUCATION, PART OF THE MARKET- 
ING MIX, by T.H. Miller. 20 1. 
Lecture. Appl. author: Eastman Kodak 
Co. ©Eastman Kodak Co.; HJul68; 
C20712. 
MARKHEIM, an opera in one act by 
Carlisle Floyd; dramatization & 
text by the composer after the story 
of Robert Louis Stevenson. New York, 
Boosey & Hawkes. 129 p. Vocal 
score. © Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 
12Dec68; DP6872. 



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MAROONED, a comedy in three acts & 
musical score by Paula Ikard Dye. 
1 v. © Paula Ikard Dye (Mrs. Lamar 
William Dye); l40ct68; DU72598. 

THE MARRIAGE MUSEUM, a play in two 
acts by Elyse Nass. Rev. 1968. 

1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l8jul67, 69189. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Elyse Nass; 7Nov68; 
DU72849. 

THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO, by Beaumarchais; 
in one act adapted by I. E. Clark. 
Schulenburg, Tex., Stage Magic Plays. 

24 1. A play. NM: revisions. 
© I. E. Clark; 15Sep68; A24326. 

THE MARRIAGE STORE, a play in three 
acts by John demons. 98 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. HJun56, 42705. 
NM: additions & revisions. © John 
Clemons; 19Aug68; DU72190. 

THE MARRIAGE TEST, by Jonathan Gillman. 
35 1. A play. © Jonathan Gillman; 
20ct68; DU72618. 

MARTIN LUTHER KING, by Mike Whorf . 
11 1. Dialogue. © Education Unlim- 
ited Corp.; 9Aug68; C20781. 

MARY GRAHAM, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Nadlne 
Blanc Ellis. 30 1. © Nadlne Blanc 
Ellis; 23Aug68; DU72248. 

THE MARYAN METHOD OF STUDY; lecture by 
Irene F. Maryan. 8 1. © Irene F. 
Maryan; 5Aug68; C20879. 

MASKS OF CHRISTMAS, by Jo Jane Pitt. 

25 1. A play in 3 scenes. © Jo 
Jane Pitt; 24Sep68; DU72425. 

A MASQUE, by Frank Van Deusen. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Frank Van 
Deusen; 26Nov68; DU72992. 

MASSING A WINDOW. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

THE MASTER BUILDER, by Henrik Ibsen- 
adapted by Emlyn Williams. 22 p.' 
(Theatre Recording Society production 
folio) Analytical notes & the com- 
plete playscript. 3 acts. Ibsen as 
the dramatist of social protest, by 
George Freedley; Notes by the direc- 
tor of the Master builder, by Peter 
Wood. Appl. authors: Theatre Record- 
ing Society & others. © Theatre 
Recording Society; 28jul65; A32712. 

THE MASTER BUILDER, by Henrik Ibsen; 
translated by Kjell Amble, with an 
introd. by Richard A. Duprey. San 
Francisco, Chandler Pub. Co. 80 p. 
(Chandler editions in drama) 3 acts. 
NM: translation & front matter. 
© Chandler Pub. Co.; 4Mar68; A2112. 

MASTER BUILDER. See 
FOUR PLAYS OF IBSEN. 

MASTERPIECES OF THE DRAMA; edited by 
Alexander W. Allison, Arthur J. Carr 
8c Arthur M. Eastman. 2d ed. New 
York, Macmillan. 8l4 p. 14 plays. 
© Macmillan Co.; 25Apr66; A35686. 

MATILDE, by L. M. Sullivan. 17 1. A 
play. © M. Sullivan; 26jul68; 
DU72051. 

MATRIMONIO SEGRETO. See 
DIE HEIMLICHE EHE. 

A MATTER OF MAKE-BELIEVE, a play with 
music by Virgina Dengel. 106 1. 

2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 

© Veronica Dengel; 12Aug68; DU72149. 

MAX TRACTOR, C0SM0T0L0GIST, by Frank 
Kalil & Jay T. Taylor. 4 1. Script. 
© Beechwood Music Corp.; 21Nov68; 
C21228. 



MAY I SLEEP IN YOUR BARN? An original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Eloise La Joie . 30 1. 
© Eloise La Joie; 4Nov68; DU72809. 

MAYBE MAYBE (The wedding cake) A play 
in 2 acts by Howard Cruse. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Howard Cruse; 
300ct68; DU72700. 

MAYBE SO, MAYBE NOT, a play in one act 
by Earle Hawley. 24 1. © Earle 
Hawley; 30Dec68; DU73178. 



7114? & prev. reg. Aug. 1968, EU76371, 
76372. © Dorothy Allford; 5Nov68; 
DU72737. 



MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. 
FALSTAFF . 



See 



MAZEL TOV, by Gary D. Cooper. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. English. 
© Gary Dewayne Cooper; 6Dec68; 
DU73077. 

MAZOUSA HOTEL; or, The night all the 
police had stomach- aches. A black 
comedy in two acts by Emma Mandel & 
Ruth Breindel. 21 1. © Emma Mandel 
& Ruth Breindel; 150ct68; DU72604. 

THE MEANEST WOMAN IN THE WORLD, by 
Bob Winters (Robert L. Winters) & 
Emmy Gyaki. 37 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Emmy E. Gyaki & Robert L. Winters; 
23Sep68; DU72447. 

MEASURE OF A MAN. See 
ST. THOMAS SECRET. 

MEDICAL-DENTAL TERMINOLOGY, by LeGrande 
H. Woolley. 1 v. A recording 
script. © Educational Research 
Associates; 26jul68; C20747 . 

MEET ME AT THE FAIR. See 
FROM ABOVE THE CLOUDS. 

THE MEETING, a one act play based on 
our national heritage, written by 
Peggy Adams Orsborn, illustrated by 
Eugene Winslow, edited by David P. 
Ross, Jr. Chicago, Afro-Am Pub. Co. 
26 p. © Afro-Am Pub. Co., Inc.; 
20May68; DP6751. 

THE MEETS AND THE BOUNDS, by Herbert 
Lieberman. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Herbert Lieberman; l4Nov68; 
DU72824 . 

MEFISTOFELE, by Arrigo Boito; English 
translation of the opera by Carl 
Fuerstner. 39 1. 4 acts 8c epilogue. 
Libretto. © Carl Fuerstner; 27Aug68; 
DU72329. 

MENAECHMUS & MENAECHMUS; comedy in 
five acts by Titus Maccius Plautus; 
acting version in English by Willis 
T. Bradley. 108 1. Book 8c lyrics 
only. © Willis T. Bradley; l8Sep68; 
DU72392. 

MENAGE A TROIS, by Claire Bibuld Ja- 
cobs. 1 v. A play in 31 scenes. 
English. © Claire Bibuld Jacobs; 
10ct68; DU72518. 

MENTAL HEALTH, ONE-TO-ONE PROGRAM. 
Pt.1-3. By Irving Feldman. 1 v. A 
recording script. © Irving Feldman; 
20Sep68; C20918. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENUS, a modern musical 
comedy based on Shakespeare's The 
Merchant of Venice. Book and lyrics 
by Elva Mangold. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © Elva Mangold; 25Jul68; 
DU72094 . 
THE MERCY OF HEROD, a Christmas play 

by Derrick Hughes. London, S. French. 

15 P- (French's acting ed. ) 

© Samuel French, Ltd . ; 10Aug67 ; 

DFI928. 

THE MERRICK MURDER CASE, a play by 
Melvin Isaacson & Thomas Stone. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Melvin Roy Isaac- 
son & Thomas Patton Stone; 2Aug68; 
DU72176. 

THE MERRY HEART; or, The swingin 1 cat. 
By Dorothy Allford. 6l 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book 8: lyrics only. 
Appl. state s songs prev . reg. EU71131- 



MESMERISM IN IT'S LOWEST FORM, by 
Noland Milton McClain. 250 1. 
A play. © Noland Milton McClain; 
19Nov68; DU72944. 

A MESSAGE FROM COUGAR, a one act 

comedy by Jean Raymond Mai jean. (In 
New American plays; edited & with an 
introd. by W. M. Hoffman. 1st ed. 
New York, Hill Sc Wang. v. 2, p. [101]- 
128) © Jean Raymond Maljean; 
23May68,v A13215. 

A MESSAGE FROM UNCLE, by Katherine 
Belew & Betty Givens. Folder. 
© 4-Star Music Co., Inc.; 26Sep68; 
C20951. 

METEOROLOGY, SECTION A-C, NARRATION, by 
Sanderson Films, Inc. 3 v. Scripts 
of disc recorded narrations to be 
reproduced as educational lectures. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1964, C17868- 
17867, 17869. NM: editorial revision 
8c additional text. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 27Nov68; C21166-21164. 

THE METHANOL CATYLIST AC BATTERY, by 
Kenneth Stark. 16 1. A lecture 
© Kenneth W. Stark; 17Jul68; C20733. 

THE METHOD ACTOR, by Bobby Sandler & 
Lorry Goldman. 3 1. A script. 
© Bobby Sandler & Lorry Goldman; 
4Nov68; C21058. 

METRIC SYSTEM GONE WILD, by Israel 
Jacobs. 29 1. A play. © Israel 
Jacobs; 27Dec68; DU73171. 

MEXICAN STANDOFF. See 
DEATHWISH. 

MICKEY WALKER VS. DICK TIGER. See 

THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 

MICKEY WALKER VS. HARRY GREB. See 

THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, a condensa- 
tion & adaptation of the play by 
William Shakespeare. By John Dennis. 
45 1. 5 acts. NM: additions & 
revisions. © John Dennis; 290ct68; 
DU72744. 

MIGUEL MY LOVE, I DON'T UNDERSTAND, a 
play in one act by P. Spencer 
Wachtel. 25 1. © P. Spencer Wach- 
tel; 5Nov68; DU72815. 

MILDRED, a monologue by Robert Wesley 
Martin. 16 1. © Robert Wesley 
Martin; 13Dec68; DU73126. 

MINE EYES TO THE HILLS, a play in one 
act by Raphael Bilitzky. 14 1. 
©Raphael Bilitzky; 30Aug68; DU72304. 

MINI SKIRTS, by Calvin Shepard . 2 1. 
A monologue. © Calvin Shepard; 
4Nov68; C21107. 

THE MINK COAT, a play by Eve.S. Potvin. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Eve Smallwood 
Potvin; 29Jul68; DU72064. 

MINNIE, a tragi-comedy in three acts 
by Gerald W. Hopkins. 85 1. 
© Gerald W. Hopkins; 29Nov68; 
DU73011. 

MIRROR, MIRROR ON THE WALL, by Mayvene 
(Mayvene Ross) 56 1. A play in 3 
acts. ©Mayvene Ross; 3Sep68; . 
DU72312. 

MIRROR MIRROR ON THE WALL; words 8: 
music by Melvin Van Peebles. 
2 sheets. © Almo Music Corp.; 
13Nov68; C21121. 

MIRROR, MIRROR, ON THE WALL. See 
THE ADULTER (Y)ATED TRUTH. 



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MISANTHROPE. See 

THREE CLASSICAL PLAYS. 

THE MISFIT, by Osterhout (Michael Lee 
Osterhout) 25 1. A film script. 
© Michael Lee Osterhout; 150ct68; 
C20985. 

MISS AMERICA, by Fred Atkins. 4 1. 
Recitation. © Fred Atkins; l8Nov68; 
C21100. 

MISS 36 VERSUS MISS BELCHER 1000, 
36 DEMONSTRATION, by Dynaphonics. 
27 1. A recording script. © Dyna- 
phonics, Inc.; 230ct68; C21016. 

MR. CHANCE, a magical play in one act 
by Audree I. Young. 1st ed. San 
Francisco, Younghaven Publications. 
4-3 p. © Audree I. Young; 23Aug68; 
DP6847. 

MR. FISHKER'S GLORY, by Duane B. 
McCaslen, Frederick R. Dickerson & 
Robert E. Jenkins. 2 1. A recita- 
tion. © Everyday Publishing; 240ct68; 
C21054. 

MR. GREY, an original screenplay by Wil- 
liam Dear & Robert Dyke. 16 1. 
© William Dear & Robert Dyke; 26Aug68 ; 
DU72264 . 

MR. JINGELING TV SHOW 1968: SEARCH FOR 
THE KEY TO THE SECRET OF CHRISTMAS, 
by Isabelle M. Draeger. 1 v. 
Script. © Isabelle M. Draeger; 
4Nov68; C21074. 

MR. JIVE, a one-act comedy play by 
A. R. Maynor Woods. 12 1. © A. R. 
Maynor Woods; l6Dec68; C21221. 

MR. LINCOLN, by Hal Southern & Wayne 
Foster. Sheet. © Potts Internation- 
al Corp.; 3Sep68; C20875 . 

MR. OLLIE'S HERE, a tragicomedy by 
Stephen Saikin. 73 1. © Stephen 
Saikin; 19Dec68; DU73075 . 

MR. PRIME MINISTER, a musical; book, 
lyrics and music by Dorothy Newman. 
1 v. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg . 
2Jun65 • NM: revisions & additions. 
© Dorothy Marion Newman & Jeannie 
Newman; 170ct68; DU72637. 

MR. SOUR, by Marvin Ellin. 15 1. A 
screenplay. © E Productions, Inc.; 
23Jul68; C20736. 

MRS. 'ARRIS GOES TO PARIS, a new musi- 
cal based on the novel by Paul Galil- 
eo; book by Conway Sexton, pseud, of 
Richard Vaughn Besoyan, music & lyr- 
ics by Rick Besoyan (Richard Vaughn 
Besoyan) 1 v. 2 acts. © Richard 
Vaughn Besoyan; 12Aug68; DU72145 . 

MISTRESS OF ROSE HALL, by Bud Vander- 
wyst (Thomas Vanderwyst) 52 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Thomas Vander- 
wyst; 12Nov68; DU72889. 

MIXED BLOOD, an origianl story written 
8: adapted for television by Virginia 
M. Pope. 30 1. © Virginia M. Pope: 
27Aug68; DU72280. 



MIXED DOUBLES. 
ROOMMATES . 



See 



MODERN VOCABULARY. 86 1. A script. 
Appl. author: McLendon Educational 
Corp. © McLendon Educational 
Corp; 23Sep68; C20943. 

MOJAVE, a play in two acts by Hiroshi 
Akagi. 1 v. ©Richard Hiroshi 
Akagi; 3Sep68; DU72323- 

MOLLY'S DREAM, by Maria Irene Fornes. 
42 1. A play in 2 parts. © Maria 
Irene Fornes; HJul68; DU71960. 



MOMMA AS SHE BECAME, BUT NOT AS SHE 
WAS, by John Rechy. 9 1. A play. 
© John Rechy; 20Jun68; DU71888. 

THE MOMMAS AND THE POPPAS AND THE 
C.I. A., a farce by Justus E. Wyman. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Justus E. 
Wyman; 22Jul68; DU72027. 

MOMUS LIVES, a motion picture shooting 
script by Joel H. Griffith. 20 1. 
© Joel Harold Griffith; 70ct68; 
DU72574. 

THE MONEY GRUBBERS, a new comedy by 
Gwen Harwood. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Gwen Harwood; 6sep68; DU72349. 

THE MONEY MAN, a play in one act by 
Joseph Praml. 47 1. © Joseph 
Patrick Praml; 10Dec68; DU73105. 

THE MONEY SHOW, by Robert Fondiller & 
Frederick Godfrey Stehman. 22 1. 
TV script. Appl. states prev. reg. 
© Robert Fondiller & Frederick God- 
frey Stehman; 3Jun68; C20711 

M0N0L0G TO DICK CAVETT SHOW, by Edward 
Griswold. 3 1. Appl. ti.: It was a 
tough day. © Edward Griswold; 
8Nov68; C21077. 



M. LE MODERE. 
THEATRE IV. 



See 



MONTEZUMA; l'Espagne a la conquete de 
1 'Empire Azteque, by Mel Shappart, 
pseud, of M. G. Dumoulie. 192 1. 
A play. © M. G. Dumoulie; 15Jul68; 
DU71922. 

THE MOOD DANCE, a one act dance play 
by A. R. Maynor Woods. 9 1. 
©A. R. Maynor Woods; 30Sep68; 
C20950. 

MOON CHILDREN; play by Madeline Gree- 
ley, pseud, of Madeline Clare 
Twomey. 21 1. 1 act. © Madeline 
Clare Twomey; 28Aug68; DU72330. 

MOON MAGIC, by Piers Powell (Percival 
H. Powell) 57 1. A musical play 
in 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Percival H. Powell; 24Sep68; 
DU72499. 

MOONLIGHT, KISSES AND LOVE, a good-na- 
tured play by Robert Herron. 105 1. 
3 acts. © Robert C. Herron; 8Jul68; 
DU719tl. 

MOONTRAP. See 

THE MOUNTAIN MEN. 

MOOR OF VENICE. See 
OTELLO. 
MORE CUTTINGS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

MORNING. See 
CHIAROSCURO. 

MORTY, a comitragedy in casual black 
by Allan Kelly. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. ©Allan H. Kelly, Jr.; 8Jul68; 
DU71937. 

MOSTELLARIA. See 

TRANSLATION KEY FOR PLAUTUS FOR 
READING AND PRODUCTION. 

MOSTLY MEXICAN, by Education Unlimited 
Corp. 1 v. Scripts to 15 tapes. 
© Education Unlimited Corp.; 
9Aug68; C20782. 

MOTHER, a play in two acts by Iris 
Faye Rosofsky. 1 v. © Iris Faye 
Rosofsky; 3Sep68; DU72307 . 

MOTHER GOOSE GO-GO, a rock-folk musi- 
cal revue based on traditional airs 
& verses from Mother Goose; adapta- 
tion & new lyrics by Jim Eiler; 



original music by Jim Eiler & Jeanne 
Bargy. 1 v. 2 acts. © Jim Eiler & 
Jeanne Bargy; 12Aug68; DU72207. 

MOTHER LOVES YOU, a comedy by Jack 
Horrigan (John V. Horrigan) 1 v. 
3 acts. © John V. Horrigan; 4Dec68; 
DU73037 . 

MOTHER'S DAY, by Richard Volpe . 47 1. 
A play in 2 scenes. © Richard Volpe; 
280ct68; DU72720. 

MOUNT VERNON REVISITED, by William L. 
Lederer. 1 v. A play in 3 acts.. 
© William L. Lederer; 21Aug68; 
DU72218. 

THE MOUNTAIN FAMILY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Ronnie Humphrey. 32 1. © Ronnie 
Humphrey; 5Nov68; DU72821. 

MOUNTAIN JUSTICE, by Bob Winters 
(Robert L. Winters) & Emmy Gyaki. 
36 1. A play in 3 acts. © Emmy E. 
Gyaki & Robert L. Winters; 30Sep68; 
DU72489. 

THE MOUNTAIN MEN, a screenplay by John 
Rhinehart. 198 1. Appl. states 
motion picture shooting script 
adapted from Moontrap by Don Berry. 
© John Rhinehart; 23Dec68; DU73160. 

MOURNER. See 
FANTASIES . 

THE MOVIE, an episode of The mother' s- 
in-law by Roger Dobkowitz . 1 v. 
A screenplay. © Roger Kurt Dob- 
kowitz; 9Sep68; DU72367. 

THE MOVIE IDOL, by Mary Nofri. 24 1. 
A screenplay. © Mary Nofri; 29Nov68; 
DU73066 . 

MOYNGIN, a short play by Barbara L. 
Halpern. 23 1. Includes music for 
1 song. © Barbara L. Halpern; 
12Sep68; DU72767. 

MUCKYTOWKERS . See 

THE WONDER OF THUNDER. 

MUK LUK, by Ken Friedman (Kenneth 
Friedman) 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Kenneth Friedman; 12Dec68; 
DU73001. 

A MUNICIPAL REPORT, by 0. Henry, pseud, 
of William Sydney Porter. Adapted as 
a one-act play by Robert Brome. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 
23 p. (Eldridge popular one-act 
playscricts) © Robert Brome; 
15Sep68; DP6881. 

MURDER. See 

TWO SHORT PLAYS. 
THE MURDER IN THAT DAMN ELEVATOR AT THE 
CHATEAU MARMONT, by Chester Leo 
Smith. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Chester Leo Smith; I40ct68; 
DU72595- 
MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL. See 

COLLECTED PLAYS. 
MURDER IS ONLY SKIN DEEP. See 
THE HUNTRESSES. 

THE MURDER OF FRANCIS LOUISE, by 

Roberta Gibson. 105 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Roberta Gibson; 15Nov68; 
DU72918. 

MURMURING SEA, by Grace Kelly McAleavy. 
1 v. A musical play In 3 acts. 
© Grace Kelly McAleavy; 280ct68; 
DU72730. 

MUSE. See 
THINK TANK. 

MUSIC OF OUR TIME, PROGRAM G; video- 
tape project written, produced & 
directed by Charles Blackman. 30 1. 
A recording script. © Charles Black- 
man; 30Dec68; C21247. 



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MUSIC WITH CHILDREN, by Grace Nash. 
1 v. 4 shooting scripts. © Grace 
C. Nash; 12Jul68; DU72000. 

MUSTANG VS. FOKKER, an origianl story 
written & adapted for television by 
Tony Rogers (Carl A. Rogers) 30 1. 
© Carl A. Rogers; 27Aug68; DU72281. 

A MUTUAL PAIR, by Terence Rattigan. 
152 1. A play in 2 acts. © Terence 
Rattigan; 12Jul68; DU72144. 

MUZEEKA, by John Guare. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service. 26 p. 
A play in 6 scenes. © John Guare; 
210ct68; DP6829. 

MY BABY; book, music & lyrics by Ruth 
Green (Ruth Green Bornstein) 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Prev. reg. 1966. NM: revisions. 
© Ruth Green; 19Aug68; DP6806. 

MY BABY DIED IN VIET NAM. See 
OUR BABY DIED IN VIET NAM. 

MY BROTHER, THE BRIDE; book & lyrics by 
Dean Mcllnay (Robert D. Mcllnay) 8c 
Richard Erickson. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Robert 
D. Mcllnay & Richard Erickson; 
l8Dec68; 0117314!*. 

MY FUTURE LOOKS GOOD, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
William H. Rayford. 30 1. © William 
H. Rayford; 4Nov68; DU72811. 

MY HEART BELONGS TO GROSSERMANN, a 
comedy by Allen Boretz. 102 1. 
2 acts. ©Angus Nayfish; 30Aug68; 
DU72328. 



MY KINSMAN, MAJOR MOLINEUX. 
THE OLD GLORY. 



See 



MY LIFE AND CHILDHOOD, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Mabel Burns. 31 1. 
© Mabel Burns; 4Nov68; DU72801. 

MY NAME IS CLAIRE, a play in three acts 
by Sheridan Gibney. 1 v. © Sheridan 
GIbney; HJul68; DU71982. 

MY PET WHATSIS, an account of the real 
life experiences of ten year old 
Joey Clemmons & a hitherto non-exist- 
ent animal as told to TV writer- 
producer Robert Mann by Robert Mann. 
c|o7Ji Robert J - ^nn; 12Jul68; 

MY THEORY OF LIFE, an address prepared 
& delivered by Cashly Arthur Henry. 
9 1. © Cashly A. Henry & Nina M. 
Henry; 26Nov68; C21160. 

MY WIFE, I AIN'T SEEN HER, by Pigmeat 
Markham (Dewey Markham) 11 1. 
A script. © Dewey Markham; 210ct68; 
C21029. 

MY WIFE THE MEATBALL KOOK, by Ghersen 
Kaufman. 4 1. © Ghersen Kaufman: 
I40ct68; C20977. 

THE MYSTIC UNION: A PROPOSED BIOLOGI- 
CAL EXPLANATION, by Alexander Maven. 
6 1. ©Alexander Maven; 29Aug68; 
C20862. 



THE MYTH BREAKER, by Ronald M. Everett. 
15 1. A play in 6 scenes. © Ronald 
M. Everett; Uul68; DU71898. 



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NCR 400 DEMONSTRATION AND THE 400 
VERSUS COMPETITION, by Dynaphonics. 
69 1. A recording script. © Dyna- 
phonics, Inc.; 230ct68; C21015. 

NAAMAN THE SYRIAN, by James Howard 
Leaf. 129 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© James Howard Leaf; 26Sep68; 
DU72505. 



NAOMI'S BOOK, a play by Deborah W. 
Berman. 84 1. © Deborah W. Berman; 
l6Sep68; DU72398. 

NARCISSUS, by Roma Greth. 86 1. A 
play in 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 25Jun62, DU55756. NM: revisions 
& additions. © Roma Greth; 4Dec68; 
DU73038. 

THE NATIONALS, a black happening in 
three acts by Arthur J. Graham. 
San Diego, Calif., Black Book Pro- 
ductions. 87 p. © Arthur J. Graham; 
210ct68; DP6852. 

NATIONS . See 

SEEING CENTRAL AMERICA. 

THE NAVAL ENGAGEMENT (Die Seeschlacht) 
By Reinhard Goering, translated 
from the German by Ulrich Weisstein. 
48 1 A play. © Ulrich Weisstein; 
20ct68; DU72508. 

NAVIGATION AND RADIO, SECTION A-C, 

by Sanderson Films. 3 v. Scripts of 
disc recorded narrations to be re- 
produced as educational lectures. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1966, 
C18718, 18721 & 18720. NM: editorial 
revision & additions. ©Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; 24Sep68; C20957, 
20953-20954 . 

NAVIGATION, SECTION A-C, NARRATION, by 
Sanderson Films, Inc. 3 v. Scripts 
of disc recorded narrations to be 
reproduced as educational lectures. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1965 C18232- 
18234. NM: editorial revision & 
additional text. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 27Nov68; C21175-21173. 

'NEATH THE SYCAMORE, an original 
story written & adapted for television 
by Daisy Zane Brennan. 31 1. 
© Daisy Zane Brennan; 4Nov68; 
DU72791. 

NEGAFLAP, a comedy in ten scenes by 
Steven Ronald Brattman. 50 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Steven Ronald 
Brattman; 30Sep68; DU72511. 

NEGRO IDENTITY WITH THE SOUND OF THE 
TIMES, by Katie Wells & Thomas Wells. 
4 1. Script. © Katie Wells & Thomas 
Wells; 110ct68; C2097 1 * . 

NEIGHBORHOODS. 6 v. Filmstrip scripts. 
Appl. author: Coronet Instructional 
Films. NM: additions. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; I80ct68; C20991. 

NEITHER YOUNG NOR OLD, a Christian 
Science lecture by Harry S. Smith. 
32 1. © Harry S. Smith; 20ct68; 
C20940. 

NEVER THE SUNRISE, by Cliff Nyberg 
(Clifford W. Nyberg) 32 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Clifford W. Nyberg; 
l8Nov68; DU72927. 

NEW AMERICAN PLAYS. Vol.2. Edited & 
with an introd. by William M. Hoffman. 
1st ed. New York, Hill & Wang. 
271 p. (A Mermaid dramabook) 
8 plays. NM: introd. & compilation. 
© Hill & Wang, Inc.; 23May68; A13213. 

A NEW AND COMPLETELY ORIGINAL GAME, 
THE HONEYMOONQUIZ, by Jan L. M. 
Meulendljks. 4 1. © Jan L. M. 
Meulendijks; 25Nov68; C21139. 

NEW COMPLETE STORIES OF THE GREAT BAL- 
LETS, by George Balanchine; edited by 
Francis Mason, drawings by Marta 
Becket. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday. 
626 p. © on additional text; Double- 
day & Co., Inc.; 6Dec68; A35114. 

A NEW EXCITEMENT IN SCHOOL PICTURES. 
14 1. A film lecture. Appl. author: 
Eastman Kodak Co. © Eastman Kodak 
Co.; 20Sep68; C20912. 



THE NEW LIFE OF RICARDO, an original 
story written and adapted for tele- 
vision by S. p. Manaois. 31 1. . 
© S. P. Manaois; 31Jul68; DU72078. 

A NEW LOOK AT IMPORTANT ENVIRONMENTAL 
INFLUENCES, by William R. Davidson, 
Alton F. Doody & Bert C. McCammon, 
Jr. 31 1. A lecture. © Manage- 
ment Horizons, Inc.; l6Sep68; 
C20893. 

THE NEW RASPUTIN, by Robert Hogan. 
Religious Theatre Publications. 
(In Religious theatre, no. 6, summer 
1968, p. 105-136) © Robert Hogan; 
19Aug68; DP6867. 

NEW SHOES FOR UNCLE TOM, by Richard D. 
Waters. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Richard D. Waters; l6Aug68; 
DU72196. 

A NEW SOURCE OF ENERGY AND POWER 

THROUGH ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC DYNAM- 
ICS, by Van P. Combs. 16 1. Lecture. 
© Combs Research Corp.; 22Nov68; 
C21133. 

NEW TECHNIQUE OF TEACHING THE TIME 
ELEMENT IN MUSIC; lecture by Lily 
B. Blewitt. 13 1. © Lily B. Blewitt 
(Mrs. Jeston S. Blewitt) & Mary M. 
Wilson (Mrs. Richard C. Wilson); 
210ct68; C21026. 

NEW THINGS, by Myrtle Hampton. 124 1. 
A play. Appl. states prev. reg. 
22Sep66, DU66762. NM: revision & 
additions. © Myrtle Hampton; Uul68: 
DU71907. 

THE NEW UNDERGROUND THEATRE; edited by 
Robert J. Schroeder. New York, 
Bantam Books. 211 p. (Bantam world 
drama, QT4131) 8 plays. NM: introd. 
© Bantam Books, Inc.; 6May68; A30628. 

NEW YORK SLAVE. See 

THE FIRST BAD SOJOURNS OF YOUNG MISS 
TRUTH, THE NEW YORK SLAVE. 

THE NEWS ITEM, by Lauro Olmo, trans- 
lated by Maxcia Cobourn Wellwarth. 
A play. (In Modern Spanish theatre. 
New York, Dutton. p. 319-327) 
© Marcia Wellwarth; l4Mar68; DP6782. 

THE NEWS REPORTER, by Pigmeat 
Markham (Dewey Markham) 4 1. 
A script. © Dewey Markham; 300ct68; 
C21096. 

NEXT. See 
APPLE PLE. 

NEXT STOP, ELMHURST, a play in three 
acts by Dennis Lee Galling. 87 1. 
© Dennis Lee Galling; 26Aug68; 
DU72268. 

NEXT YEAR IN JERUSALEM, a play by 
Martin Sherman. 42 1. © Martin 
Sherman; 70ct68; DU72520. 

NIGHT ALL THE POLICE HAD STOMACH ACHES. 
See 
MAZOUSA HOTEL. 

NIGHT AND WAR IN THE PRADO MUSEUM, an 
etching in a prologue and one act by 
Rafael Albert!; translated by Lemuel 
Johnson. (In Modern Spanish thea- 
tre. New York, Dutton. p. 195-238) 
© Lemuel Johnson; l4Mar68; DP6779. 

THE NIGHT BEFORE PARIS, a play by 
Martin Sherman. 18 1. © Martin 
Sherman; 70ct68; DU72521. 

NIGHT FLIGHT (Jetting out) Words by 
W. C. Stone, music by Jim Bishop. 
Sheet. Recitation. © Walter C. 
Stone & Jim Bishop; 23Aug68; C2O860. 

A NIGHT FOR GHOSTS, by William Kushner. 
31 1. A play. © William Kushner; 
280c t68; DU72716. 



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NIGHT LIFE OF THE GODS. See 



YE GODS. 






NIGHT OF TERROR, an original story 
written & adapted, for television by 
Betty Burr Is.. 30 1. © Betty Burris; 
26Sep68; DU72478. 

NIGHT OF THE BLACK TOAD, a one act 

drama by Beatrice La" Force. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 31 p. 
(Eldridge popular one-act playscripts) 
© Eldridge Pub. Co.; 15Sep68; DP6879. 

NIGHT OF THE WITCH, by Donald Capezzona. 
62 '1. A play in 2 acts. ©Donald 
Capezzona; 21Aug68; DUY2273. 

NIGHT WATCH, by Barbara L.~ Halpern & 
Frank Wittow. 1 v. A play In 2 acts. 
Includes music fori 1 song. © Barbara 
L. Halpern; 230ct68; DU72768. 

NIKOBE, a musical play by Norman Flnson. 

1 v. 2 acts. © Norman Finson; 
5JU168; DU71952. 

NO ANSWER, a very short play without 
words by William Hanley. 2 1. 
© William Hanley; 13Aug68j DU72170. 

NO DEPOSIT, NO RETURN, by Pat Pearl- 
stein. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Patricia H. Pearlstein; lAug68; 
DU72088. 

NO FUTURE? By Elizabeth Alma Bacon. 

2 sheets.. - Monolog. ©Elizabeth 
Alma Bacon; 12Nov6&;' C21110. 

ifib it 
NO MORE KETCHUP, by Aviva Ravel; 23 1 . 
A play. © Aviva Ravel; 9Dec68; 
DU73045 • 

NO PLACE' TO BE SOMEBODY, a black come- 
dy for the stage, three acts by 
Charles "Gordone. lv. © Charles E. 
Gordone; 3Sep68; DU72306. 

NO ROOM FOR "DIVINE ERROR; musical fan- 
tasy humour drama, book &. .lyric's by 
Lloyd K. Lewis. 1 v. 3 acts. Music 
for 3 songs. -Appl. authors; Lloyd K. 
Lewis & Arnold P. Lewis/ © Lloyd K. 
Lewis & Arnold P. Lewis; 13Dec68; 
DU73C55 • 

NO SALE, a play in one act by Michael 
McGrinder. 25 1. © Michael Mc- 
Grinder; 26Sep68; DU72506. 

NO TRIFLING WITH LOVE,, by Frank Canino. 
- 1 v. A play. © Frank Cariirid; ; 
19Nov6S; DU72943. ' 

NO TRIUMPH FOR DAVID, ,a one act play in 
verse by Beaumont Bruestle. 32 1. 
© Beaumont Bruestle; 10Sep68; DU72373- 

NO TRUMPETS BLOWING; story of three 

shepherds by Alberta Hawse. -Franklin, 
' Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 25 p. 

5 scenes. (Eldridge Christmas enters 
tainments) ©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
15Sep68; DP6885. .,; 

THE NOBEL PRIZE, a three act drama- 
comedy about things to come by 
Roc Roda, pseud, of Richard. N. 
Richonne. 1 v. © Richard N. 
Richonne; l40ct68; DU72601. 

NOBODY'S GOT EVERYTHING, a three act 
play by James K. Carter. 15 I. 
©James K. Carter; 26Jul68; DU72047. 

NOISY BELLS, a three act play by Ruth 
Hillman. 102 I. © Ruth Hillman; 
29Aug68; DU72293..'-: 

THE NOISY PASSENGER, by Shirley Schrift. 
1 v. A play In 3 acts. ©Shelley 
Winters Productions, Inc.; 30Aug68; 
DU72326. 



THE NOMINATIONS: COMMITTEE, a one act' 
comedy by Marylou. Harris Wilkinson 
(Mary Louise Harris Wilkinson) 
26 LtJ © Marylou -Harris Wilkinson 
(Mrs. Lewis H. . Wilkinson) ; 22Nov68; 
DU72972. 

NON-BELIEVER'. See 
THE ATHEIST. 

NONE DO THERE EMBRACE, by Carson 

Davidson. 73 1. Screenplay. Appl. 
state's prev. reg. ."17Apr68, DU71325. 
NM: revision & additions. © Carson 
Davidson; 2Jul68; DU71912. 

NONPAREIL JACK DEMPSEY VS. SUGAR " RAY 
ROBINSON. See 
THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 

NON-STOP, a comedy to be performed in 
the great outdoors by Bill Meyers 
(William- M. Meyers) 9 1. 
© William M. Meyers; 27Nov68; 
DU72996. 

NORTH CITY TRAFFIC STRAIGHT AHEAD, 
by James Douglas. Dixon, Calif., 
Proscenium Press. 38 1. (Irish 
play series, no.l) -3 acts. ©James 
Douglas; 19Aug68; DP6800. 

NOS ANCETRES CELTIQUES; commentaire ' par 
Emile 'Trachsel. D'apres et en comple- 
ment de l'ouvrage De Coiomban aux 
Gueux, d'Emile Trac'hsel. 19 1. 
(Film fixe no l) Slide script. Appl. 
states book, , De Coiomban aux~ Gueux, £ 
prev. reg. >l6Aug49, AFO-15. NM;. com- 
pilation-. © Eroile Trachsel; 9Dee68t" 
C21238.. 1 ] . 

NOT JUST ANY OLD GIRL, a play in "seven 
scenes by Fred Rue Jacobs. 43 35- 
© Fred Rue Jacobs; 2Jul68; DU71910. 

NOW IT'S" TIME TO SAY I DO, by James Ed- 
ward Tucker 8c Larry Neal Culbertson. 
Sheet. Recitation. © Larry Neal Cul- 
bertson; 210ct68;' C210O3. 
. i jtawci i 
NOW WHAT? '- Two act play by Jorge Krimer. 
132 1. © Jorge Krimer; l40ct68; 
DU7263I . 

THE NTH POSITION, a farce by Robert 
Vaux Roop. 1 Vi'i; A play in 2 acts. 
© Robert Vaux Roop; 280ct68; 
DU72756. 

THE NUTWOBK, an original television 
.script "by Frank Charles Kalil & 
Jacob Tipton Taylor. 70 1. " - 
© Frank Charles Kalil & Jacob Tipton 
Taylor; l60ct68; C2O987. 

(1 

0. C.'S HEART, a play in three acts by 
■Jean Wheeler Smith. 1 63 1 . © Jean 
Wheeler- Smith; 10Sep68; A28834 . 

0, PIONEER, BABY, by Robert Anderson. 
9 1. A play. © Robert Woodruff 
Anderson; 210ct68;' T)U72'662. 

THE "0" TRAIN, a play "in one act by 
Brian Battle. 25 1. © Reuben Brian 
Battle; 26Aug68; DU722&5 . 

THE OBJECTOR, a play- 'by Byron 
Vazakas. 18 1. 3 scenes. 
© Byron Vazakas; INS v68 ; i DU7 277 6 . 

THE OBSCENE VERSE OF MAGDALENE" RANDALL- 
MAN, an original play in three acts 
by James" Pendleton-. 1 v. © James 
D. Pendleton; 2Dec68; DU73025-. - 

OBVIOUSLY, a play in three acts by 
Luther Evans. 69 1. © Luther Ev- 
ans; 2Uug68; DU72217. 



ODDS, 23 TO 1, by Stephen C. Peplin. 
52 1. A musical play in 4 acts. 
Based partially on events in book. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 100ct68, 
EU78129. NM: additions. © Stephen 
C. Peplin; 15Nov68; DU72878. 

OEDIPUS, MYTH AND DRAMA; edited by Mar- 
tin Kallich, Andrew MacLeislv &" Ger- 
trude Shoenbohm. New- York, Odyssey 
Press. 404 p. 3 plays. Contents: 
Oedipus' the king, by Sophocles. — 
Oedipus, by John Dryden & Nathaniel 
Lee. — Oedipus and the sphinx,' by Hugo 
von Hofmannstahl. Appl; author: West- 
ern-Pub. -Co., Inc., employer for hire. 
NM: introd. , notes, compilation & 
translation. © Western Pub. -Co.," 
Inc.; 29Aug68; A21713. 

OH, GLORIA, a play in one act by Rob- 
ert Shure. 45 1. © Robert Shure; 
17Jul68; DU72009. 

OH GLORIOUS TINTINNABULATION, by June 
Havoc; music by Joe Bousard; lyrics 
by Havoc &- Bousard .' 1 v. A play. 
© June Havoc & Joe Bousard; 25Sep68; 
DU72475 . : 

OH, HAMLET, YOU SHOULD HAVE LISTENED 
TO ME, a one act stage play by_ Gil 
Garcia (Gilbert Garcia) 56 1. 
© Gil Garcia; 210c t68;DU7 2666- 

OH, THAT DANDY DAY IN CASEVILLE TOWN, 
by John Crawford, pseud, of Cleve 
Richardson & Charles. Keet' Curran. 
156 1. '" A" screenplay. © John Craw- 
ford & Charles K. Curran; l"80ct68; 
DU72617. 

OIL IS WHERE YOU FIND. IT, BLADE DAGGER- 
SHAW. See 
THE CIGARETTE FIEND. 

OLD CALIFORNIA- HOUSES. See 
I LOVE A LADY. 

THE OLD GLORY, by: Robert Lowell. - Rev. 
ed. New York, - Farrar, Straus & 
Giroux. 223 p. 3 plays. Contents: 
Endecott and the Red Cross. --My kins- 
man, "Major Molineux'.T-Benlto Cereno, . 
Appl. states prev. reg-. 8N0V65 , i 
DP5939. © Robert Lowell"; lNov"68; 
DP6837 . 

THE OLD MAN DIES, a play in 1 act by 
Howard • Cruse. 44 1 . Book & lyrics 
only.. © Howard Cruse; 300ct68; 
DU72699- 

OLD MAN, JACKSON; original screenplay by 
John Stagfg] Hanson & Ronald S". Gant- 
man. 209 1. Appl. -states prev. reg. 
22Dec66, DU68149 &29Dec66, DP6330. - 
NM: Revision. © John Stagg Hanson 8c 
Ronald S.- Gantman; 30ct68; DP6S14 . 

OLD PRIEST; See 
THE CELEBRANTS. 

old wives 1 tale, see 

SACRAPANT, THE SORCERER. 

OLROYD'S "SON, by Mordecai Gorelik. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts- © Mordecai 
Gorelik; 10Sep68; DU72360. 






ON LEARNING AND SOCIAL CHANGE , pt.l, 
by Michael Rossman.. .24 1. Lecture. 
Appl. ti. : Urbana University talk. 
© Michael Rossman; 2Aug68; C20757 . 

ON TIME, an entertainment on the con- 
frontation of youth and age . -Original 
scenes' arid sketches as well as scenes 
from" the classics translated-, arranged 
& adapted by Felix. Leon, Howard da 
Silva & Alfred Drake",- with original 
music and lyrics by Charles Burr. 
1 v. 2 acts. "Appl. states prev. reg. 
as 'The ageless dialogue; 15Jan68, 
DU70487. NM: revision & addition of 
songs. © Felix Leon, Howard da Silva, 
Alfred Drake 8c Charles Burr; 13Sep68; 
DU72381. 



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ONCE A MONTH, by Jacques Sigurd. 110 1. 
A screenplay. © Jacques Sigurd; 
30Aug68; DU72388. 

ONCE UPON A CHRISTMAS TREE, by Jeanne 
Mallett. Based upon an idea by 
Angela Martin. 67 1. A musical play 
in 2 acts. Book only. © Jeanne 
Marie Mallett; 31Dec68; DU73187. 

100 YEARS, 100 YARDS, by R. L. Lenhart. 
Sheet. A script. © Ralph L. 
Lenhart; 30Dec68; C21249. 

ONE IS A CROWD, a play in three acts 
by Beah Richards. 1 v. © Beah 
Richards; 3Sep68; DU72339. 

ONE MADNESS WITHOUT A SECOND, a play in 
two acts and four scenes by Milton 
Hood Ward. 1 v. © Milton Hood 
Ward; HJul68; DU71958. 

ONE-MAN SHOW; comic opera in two acts 
by Nicholas Maw; libretto by Arthur 
Jacobs; vocal score by Susan Brad- 
shaw. London, Boosey 8c Hawkes. 
326 p. Vocal score. © Boosey & 
Hawkes Music Publishers, Ltd.: 
9Jul68; DFO-1626. 

ONE MOMENT, a two-act play by Edgar 
Charles Eckhardt, Jr. (Ned Eckhardt) 
1 v. © Edgar Charles Eckhardt, Jr.; 
6Nov68; DU72948. 

ONE MORE TIME, a play in two acts by 
G. D. Turner. 134 1. © Gerald D. 
Turner; 220ct68; DU72647. 

ONE NIGHT AT A BAR IN NEW YORK CITY, a 
short play by Chris Assini. 22 1. 
© Chris Assini; 280ct68; DU72721. 

ONE STORY HOUSE, by Mary Rauworth. 
10 1. 1 act. © Mary Rauworth; 
29Jul68; DU72063. 

ONE SUMMER IN MAY, an original screen- 
play by Allen J. Actor. 95 1- 
© Allen J. Actor; 40ct68; DU72539. 

1,000 PLUS 25, a play in six scenes by 
0. H. Milo. 48 1. © Otto H. Milo; 
21Aug68; DU72222. 

THE ONICCA CORP, by Michael Procaccino. 
1 v. A play in 3 parts. © Michael 
Procaccino; 220ct68; DU72671. 

THE ONLY GIRL IN THE GAME, an original 
screenplay by Jonathan Giles, pseud, 
of James L. Wolcott . 156 1. 
© James L. Wolcott; 22Aug68; DU72232. 

000- OUCH TREE AMD THE VIRGIN. See 
THE DUOLOGUE. 

AN OPEN DOOR, a play in two parts by 
Daniel J. Be new, 1 v. © Daniel J. 
Bellew; 290ct68; DU72746. 

OPERA NOIR. See 
THE BLACK OPERA. 

THE OPTION, a short play by Ellen B. 
Jones. 20 1. © Ellen B. Jones; 
l6Aug68; DU72253. 

ORAL PROMOTIONAL MESSAGES FOR KTCU-FM 
IN FORT WORTH TEXAS, by Bruce Kenyon 
Harvey. Sheet. © Bruce Kenyon Har- 
vey; 24jul68; C20737. 

OEIENTALIA AND WESTERN MENTAL RAPPORT; 
doctoral dissertations on psychology 
and metaphysics by Pedro M. Court 
Slfre. 36 1. © Pedro Manual Court 
Sifre; 7Mar68; C20715 . 

ORIGINAL HAIR AD, written by Pearl 
Bailey. 2 sheets. © Pearl Bailey; 
17Sep68; C20915. 

OTELLO; or, The Moor of Venice. Opera 
in three acts. Music by Gioacchino 
Rossini, libretto by Francesco Berio 



di Salsa, English version by John W. 
Freeman. New York, F. Colombo. 
34 p. (Collection of opera libretti, 
NY 2709) Italian & English. Libret- 
to. © Franco Colombo, Inc.; 15May68; 
DP6807 . 

THE OTHER WAY AROUND, a screenplay by 
Michael Ackerman. 100 1. © Over- 
ground Productions, Inc.; 26Aug68; 
DU72272 . 

OUR BABY DIED IN VIET NAM, by Anthony 
Joseph Damiano. 3 1. Appl. ti.: 
My baby died in Viet Nam. © Anthony 
Joseph Damiano; l8Sep68; C20958. 

OUR BOY DICK. See 

THE EMPEROR'S PARADE. 

OUR GENERATION, by Terry E. Jenkins. 
2 1. Speech. © Terry Elden Jenkins; 
9Jul68; C20714. 

OUR TIMES; words & music by Hazel L. 
Cottington; music by Robert C. Ernst. 
Sheet. © Hazel L. Cottington & 
Robert C. Ernst; HSep68; C20883. 

OUT OF THE DEPTHS, by Jo Anne McKnight. 
20 1. 1 act. © Jo Anne McKnight; 
24jul68; DU72036. 

OUT WEST, by Pigmeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 12 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 210c t68; C21030. 

THE OUTCASTS OF POKER FLAT, by Bret 
Harte; a play in one act adapted by 
Perry Edwards, pseud, of Edward 
Udovick. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
58 p. Includes music for 2 songs. 
©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 250ct68; 
DP6839. 

THE OUTSIDE' S IN, by J. Scoggin. 25 1. 
A play. © James Russell Scoggin, 
Jr.; 20Nov68; DU72956. 

OX-ROAST, by Dolores Walker (Dolores 
Walker Payne) & Andrew Piotrowski. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Dolores 
Walker & Andrew Piotrowski; 27Aug68; 
DU72276. 



P X, I LOVE YOU; or, Kilroy was here; 
or, The girls in the band; or, Why I 
came to America. By Mrs. Keith Ir- 
vine (Chippy Irvine) 6l 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Mrs. Keith (Chippy) Irvine; 17Sep68; 
DU72379. 

PA, a play by Ben Rosenthal. 64 1. 
2 acts. © Ben J. Rosenthal; 3Sep68; 
DU72294 . 

PAGEANT OF FLAGS AND STANDARDS, by Ruth 
Gruber Michaels. 10 1. Script. 
© Ruth Gruber Michaels; 230ct68; 
C20999. 

A PALER SHADE OF GREEN; screenplay by 
Carla Joseph. 180 1. Adapted from 
a story idea of Tully Rector. 
© Carla Joseph; l8Dec68; DU73089. 

THE PANAMA CANAL. See 
SEEING CENTRAL AMERICA. 

PANDORA AND THE MAGIC BOX, by I. E. 
Clark. Schulenburg, Tex., Stage 
Magic Plays. 12 p. Based on 
Nathaniel Hawthorne's story, The 
paradise of children. © I. E. Clark; 
15Aug68; DP6823. 

THE PAPER DAGGER, a play in one act 
by John Groves. 1 v. © John 
Patrick Groves & Susan Rae Groves; 
9Dec68; DU73094. 



PARABUS OBJECTIVE, a play by Benjamin 
Bradford. 46 1. © Benjamin 
Bradford; 4Nov68; DU72798. 

PARADISE OF CHILDREN. See 
PANDORA AND THE MAGIC BOX. 

THE PARANOID, a play by M. A. Lumley. 
1 v. 3 acts. ©Milton Anthony Lum- 
ley; 28Aug68; DU72284. 

PARENTS AND CHILDREN, by Gus Weill. 
24 1. A play. © Gus Weill; l60ct68; 
DU72634. 

THE PARENTS TAKE A CHILD; story & 
lyrics by Ben Kagan. 14 1. 
A recording script. © Ben Kagan; 
250ct68; C21027. 

PARSITHOR; ou, L'envoute de l'ere 
noire. De Jean Michel' Rankovitch. 
[Paris] 1 v. © Jean Michel Ranko- 
vitch; 20Jun68; DFO-1625- 

A PART FOR EVERYBODY, A PART FOR EVERY- 
THING, by Barbara Auther. 2 sheets. 
© Barbara Auther; 7Aug68; C20962. 

PARTY, by Laurence R. Bergreen. 42 1. 
A play. © Laurence R. Bergreen; 
30Aug68; DU72303. 

THE PARTY, by Pigmeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 4 1. A script. © Dewey 
Markham; 300ct68; C210§5. 

PAS DE DEUX, a play with songs & music 
by Terence Rattigan. 116 1. 2 acts. 
English. Book only. © Terence 
Rattigan; 31Dec68; DU73128. 

PASSACAGLIA, a play in two acts by 
James Paul Dey. (in New American 
plays; edited & with an introd. by 
W. M. Hoffman. 1st ed. New York, 
Hill & Wang. v. 2, p.[l55]-222) 
© James Paul Dey; 23May68; A13218. 

PASSACAGLIA, a play in two acts by 
James Paul Dey. (In New American 
plays; edited by W. M. Hoffman. 
1st ed. New York, Hill & Wang. 
v.2, p. 157-222) © James Paul Dey; 
23May68; DP6805. 

PASSAGE TO AKAR, by H. Rudolph 
Alsleben. 48 1. A screenplay. 
© H. Rudolph Alsleben; 20Sep68; 
DU72435. 

THE PASSING AWAY BY FRANCIS SCOTT KEY, 
a script for a play by Bruce Markgraf. 
73 1. © Bruce Richard Markgraf; 
240ct68; DU72656. 

THE PASSING OF AN ACTOR, a tragi-comedy 
in one act by Willard Simms. 23 1. 
© Willard S. Simms; 13Aug68; DU72169. 

PAT MCCORMICK TELLS IT LIKE IT IS: 
Written by Bob Booker & others. 
38 1. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Thirteen Productions, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Thirteen Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; 27Nov68; C21163. 

PAT PAULSEN FOR PRESIDENT; selections, 
Pat Paulsen album. 1 v. A record- 
ing script. Appl. authors: KSF 
Music & Zany Music. © KSF Music & 
Big Drum Music; 9Dec68; C21191. 

A PATCH OF DIRT, a play by Mike Major 
(Michael Joseph Major) 72 1. 
© Michael Joseph Major; l6Sep68; 
DU72395 . 

PATRICK LEADS THE PARADE, by Rosemary 
Rice. 3 1. Recitation. © Rosemary 
Rice d.b.a. Miss Marcie Music Co.; 
6Aug68; C20776. 

PAULINE'S BRIDAL SHOPPE, BRIDAL BOOK, 
by Eugene Robert Tanz. Sheet. Com- 
mercial script. © Cox and Tanz; 
170c t68; C20996. 



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PAULO AND FRANCESCA, a three act play 
by Euell Labhard. 146 1. © Euell 
Labhard; l40ct68; DU72593- 

PAYMENT IN FULL, a one-act play by 
Edgar Charles Eckhardt, Jr. 'Ned 
Eckhardt) 12 1. © Edgar Charles 
Eckhardt, Jr.; 6Nov68; DU72947. 

PEACE BE WITH YOU, by Sylvia Barnard. 
20 1. A play in 9 scenes. © Sylvia 
Barnard; 19Sep68; DU72430. 
PEACE IN THE VALLEY, a drama in three 
acts by Edith Larson. 1 v. © Edith 
Larson; 100ct68; DU72585- 

PEACE IN VIETNAM OR ANYWHERE, a play 
in three acts by Oren Stephens. 
1 v. © Oren M. Stephens & Lorene V. 
Stephens; 2Dec68; DU73022. 

THE PEACEMAN, by Ronald Colby. 107 1. 
A screenplay. © Ronald Colby; 
300ct68; DU72750. 

THE PEACOCKS MUST GO, a comedy by 
Dennis Driscoll. London, S. French. 
68 p. (French's acting ed.) 
3 acts. © Dennis Driscoll; 26jul67; 
DF1925 ■ 

PEANUT BAG. See. 
THE BEDROOM. 

PEARL SEED, by Paul M. Argentini. 

17 1. A play. © Paul M. Argentini; 
21Nov68; DU72963. 

THE PEARLS STAY ON, by Charline Osgood 
Shuren. 50 1. A play. © Charline 
Osgood Shuren; 280ct68; DU72723. 

PECOS BILL AND THE INDIANS, by William 
Overton. W 1, A musical play in 
4 scenes. © William Overton; 19Dec68; 
DU73071. 

PEGGY, by Agatha M. Palven. 22 1. 

A musical play in three acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Agatha M. Palven; 
5Dec68; DU72954. 

THE PENNY WARS, a play in three acts 

by Elliott Baker. 1 v. Appl. states 

from his novel prev. reg. 12Aug68, 

68-21516. © Elliott Baker; l40ct68: 
DU72594. 

PEOPLE AND CULTURE. See 
SEEING ITALY. 
SEEING SCANDINAVIA. 
SEEING WEST GERMANY. 

PEOPLE AND CUSTOMS. See 
SEEING CENTRAL AMERICA. 

PEOPLE AND ROBBERS OF CARDEMON TOWN, 
a musical comedy for children by 
Thorbj/rn Egner; translation from the 
Norwegian by Leila Berg and Evelyn 
Ramsden; additional translation ad- 
vice by Svend Andersen. Anchorage, 
Ky., Anchorage Press. 67 p. 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
story prev. pub. 1959. NM: revision. 
©Anchorage Press, Inc.; 22Aug68; 
DP6819. 

PEOPLE VS. BABY. See 
THE CORRUPTERS. 

THE PEOPLE VS. RANCHMAN, by Megan 
Terry. 1 v. A play. © Megan 
Terry; 240ct68; DU72692. 

THE PEPPER TREE, a new comedy by John 
Granger. 119 1. 3 acts. © John 
Granger; 240ct68; DU7269I. 

THE PERFECT COMPLEMENT, a play in one 
act by Danette Key. 29 1. 
© Danette Key; 12Nov68; DU72885. 

A PERFECTLY INNOCENT AFFAIR; or, Lying 
is catching. A musical comedy; 
adapted by Jean Engler & Barbara 
Bradlsh; lyrics by Jean Engler; music 



by Roy Pritts. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Adapted from Fashion, by Anna Cora 
Mowatt. © Barbara Bradlsh, Jean 
Engler & Roy Pritts; 20Jun68; DU71953 

THE PERPETUAL EXILE; or, A teratologi- 
cal study in four acts, by Gerard A. 
Ancel. 64 1. A play. © Gerard A. 
Ancel; Uul68; DU71921- 

PERSONAL CHOICE CHECKING; script for 
training record by Bank of America 
National Trust & Savings Assn. 
19 1. © Bank of America NT & SA; 
8jul68; C20770. 

PETE GORIOT. See 
THE WAY THINGS ARE. 

PETER AND ANNE, FOREVER, a one act play 
by Naomi Sheldon. 16 1. © Naomi 
Sheldon; HJul68; DU71963. 

PETER PAN AND THE RUNAWAY GOAT, an 
original play by H. Walter Wenkaert. 
12 1. Book & lyrics only. © H. Wal- 
ter Wenkaert; 8Nov68; DU72833. 

PETER SCHLEMIHL, a musical play in 
two acts; book & lyrics by Frederic 
Hainbach. 103 1. Based on Peter 
Schlemihl ' s wundersame Geschichte, 
by Adelbert von Chamisso. Book & 
lyrics only. © Frederic Hainbach; 
25Sep68; DU72440. 

PETER SCHLEMIHL'S WUNDERSAME 
GESCHICHTE. See 
PETER SCHLEMIHL. 

LES PETITES COMEDIES, by Andre Gillois, 
pseud, of Maurice Diamant-Berger . 
[Paris] Julliard. 218 p. © Julliard ; 
21Jun68; DFO-1632. 

PEU PLUS TARD, UN PEU PIUS TOT. See 
FORTY CARATS. 

THE PHANTOM CAT ON THE CARABELLA 
RANGE, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Effie M. 
Myers. 30 1. © Effie M. Myers; 
23Aug68; DU72250. 

THE PHARMACEUTICAL CENTER IS EVOLVING 
THE SOLUTIONS TO THE PROBLEMS OF 
PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY, by Eugene V. 
White. 11 1. A lecture. © Eugene 
V. White; 23Sep68; C20922. 

PHASE ONE; words & music by Michael R. 
Seiler. Sheet. Recitation with 
music. © Michael R. Seiler; 15Jul68; 
C20730. 

PHILADELPHIA- CAMDEN METRO CHEVROLET 
DEALERS, 41 CLUB, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. 2 1. Commercial script. 
© Cox and Tanz; 170c t68; C20995 . 

PHILOCTETES, by Sophocles; an English 
text paraphrased from the original 
Greek by Michael J. O'Connell. 
28 1. 2 acts. Appl. ti.: An Eng- 
lish text of Sophocles' Philoctetes. 
© Michael J. O'Connell; 15Aug68; 
A16133- 

PHILOCTETES . See 
TWILIGHT ALLEY. 

THE PHONE CALL, by Samuel J. Bernstein. 
31 1. A play. © Samuel J. Bern- 
stein; 240ct68; DU72694. 

PHONE CALL FOR MISS FOX, a farce in one 
act by Carleton Healy. 24 1. 
© Carleton Healy; 6Dec68; DU73078. 

PHONOTAPE SCRIPTS FOR TEACHING CONSO- 
NANT, SOUNDS, by Joyce T. Johnson. 
137 1. © Joyce T. Johnson; 
30Dec68; C21251. 

PHYSICAL INDUSTRIAL SECURITY; guard 
training manual by Guard smark. 
129 p. © Guard smark, Inc.; 25Sep68; 
C20929. 



PICARESQUE, a film script by Lawrence 
S. Pike. 24 1. © Lawrence S. Pike; 
21Aug68; DU72220. 

PICCADILLY, a musical play by Irene R. 
Rich. 1 v. 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 9Dec66, EU970755. NM: 
dialogue & stage action. © Irene R. 
Rich; 14Nov68; DU72834 . 

PICK A STAR, a TV game show by Maura 
Babb a.k.a. Maurlne Walker & Mark 
Legend a.k.a. R. L. Halvorsen. 20 1. 
© Maurine Walker & Mark Legend; 
19Sep68; C20891. 

PICTURE YOU UPON MY KNEE, a comedy in 
two acts by James Elward. 1 v. 
© James Elward; 30Dec68; DU73177. 

THE PIED PIPER OF MELODY, a musical 
comedy, 3 acts by Merle Baasch. 
1 v. © Merle Baasch; 12Nov68; 
DU72893. 

THE PILL, a collage of marital diver- 
sions by Richard W. Harris. 28 1. 
5 Dlays. © Richard W. Harris; 
26Nov68; DU72991- 

PINOCCHIO; dramatized by Lucile Brown. 
37 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© Lucile Brown; 12Dec68; DU73H6. 

THE PIONEER, a serious comedy by 

Donovan Hamilton (Donald Lee Hamil- 
ton) 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Donald Lee Hamilton; 25Nov68; 
DU72985 • 

PIONEER FAMILY REMINISCENCES. See 
CHARLES DICKENS IN ILLINOIS. 

PLACE VALUE, ONES - THOUSANDS PERIOD, 
lesson no. 1-2. By Electronic 
Learning. 1 v. A recording script. 
© Electronic Learning, Inc.; 29Nov68; 
C21197. 



PLANTS FOR DIM PLACES. 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 



See 



PLASTIC PEOPLE, by Jack Godler. 
A screenplay. © Jack Godler; 
220ct68; DU72673. 



100 1. 



THE PLASTIC SURGEON, a tragic comedy in 
two acts by Sally Gibbs (Sally Gibbs 
McClure) 51 1. © Sally Gibbs 
McClure; lAug68; DU72087. 

PLAY, by James M. Murray. 5 1. A play. 
© James M. Murray; 26jul68; DU72113. 

PLAY; farce for the stage by Richard 
Reichman. 65 1. © Richard Reich- 
man; 25Sep68; DU72471. 

PLAY FIVE, by Wendell Metzger. 64 1. 
A play. © Wendell Metzger; 3Jul68; 
DU71917. 

PLAY IT AGAIN SAM, a romantic comedy 
in three acts by Woody Allen. 1 v. 
© Woody Allen; 27Aug68; DU72274 . 

THE PLAYGROUND, a Saturday morning 
play for Saturday evening, by Robert 
Noreault. 26 1. 2 scenes. 
© Robert C. Noreault; 26jul68; 
DU72052. 

PLAYING CHURCH, a drama in one act by 
Carl Mays. 21 1. © Carl W. Mays; 
16JU168; DU72005. 

PLAYMATES; written by Jonathan Bern- 
stein. 26 1. A screenplay. © Jona- 
than Bernstein; 9Dec68; DU73091, 

PLAYS BY FOUR TRAGEDIANS, by Sophocles 
& others. Edited by Louis E. Glor- 
feld, Tom E. Kakonis & James C. Wil- 
cox. Columbus, Ohio, C. E. Merrill 
Pub. Co. 529 p. 8 plays. NM: re- 
visions, introd . & bibliography. 
© Charles E. Merrill Pub. Co.; 
29Jul68; A10053. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec 



PLAYS FROM BLACK AFRICA; edited and 
with an introd. by Fredric M. Litto. 
1st ed. New York, Hill & Wang. 
316 p. (A Mermaid dramabook) 
NM: Introd. & notes. © Hill & Wang, 
Inc.; 170ct68; A37519- 

PLAYS OF THREE DECADES, by Robert 
Ardrey. Thunder rock; Jeb; Shadow 
of heroes. London, Collins. 255 p. 
NM: compilation, revisions in Jeb 
& two thirds of preface. © Robert 
Ardrey; Uul68; AI-11104. 

THE PLAY'S THE THING, by Walter Blitz. 
9 1. A play. © Walter Blitz; 
220ct68; DU72670. 

PLAYWRIGHT IN THE ROUND, a play in 
three episodes by Maria Kout. 54 1. 
© Maria Kout; 12Nov68; DU72880. 

PLUMB BEACH; in one act by G. A. Lester. 

17 1. A play. © Gerald Arnold 
Lester; 4Dec68; DU73033.. 

THE PLYMOUTH ROCK INQUISITION OF THE 
RHODE ISLAND RED, a travesty in one 
incomplete act by J. Douglas Halford. 

18 1. © J. Douglas Halford; 12Aug68; 
DU72157. 

THE POKER SESSION, a play by Hugh Leo- 
nard, pseud, of Jack Byrne. Acting 
ed. London, Evans Bros. 64 p. 
(Evans plays) © Hugh Leonard; 
31Aug64; DF1920. 

POLISHING SHUFFLE BOARD PUCKS. See 
SWUNG. 

POLYETHYLENE DI-OXIDE IN HYDRYLLIC 
SYSTEMS, by Kenneth W. Stark. 5 1. 
Lecture. © Kenneth W. Stark; l6Dec68; 
C21223. 

POLYPLOIDY'S EFFECT ON RESISTANCE TO 
ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT IN PHYSARUM POLY- 
CEPHALUM, by Bret Berner. 10 1. 
Lecture. ©-Bret Berner; 17Jun68; 
C20760. 

POOR BRINSLEY, a play about Richard 
Brinsley Sheridan by Norton Fisher. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Irving Norton Fisher; 
l8Nov68; DU72945. 

THE POOR FAMILY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Alicia Robbins, pseud- of Mary Burt. 
30 1. © Mary Burt; 23Aug68; DU72247. 

THE POOR HAPPINESS KID, a play in two 
acts by Kenneth Harris. 108 1. 
© Kenneth Harris; 280ct68; DU72715 • 

THE POOR MAN'S PRESS, in 1 act skltlet 
by Betty Churchill. 6 1. © Betty 
Churchill; 26jun68; DU71984 . 

THE PORTABLE GARDEN. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

PORTRAIT, a one act play by Douglas 
Taylor (Donald Douglas Taylor) 44 1. 
© Douglas Taylor; 70ct68; DU72575. 

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN. 
See 
STEPHEN D. 

THE POSTAL URGE, a comedy in two acts 
by Charles Best. 52 1. © Charles 
Best; 7Nov68; DU72852. 

THE POT PROBLEM. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

POTTING. See 

MAKING THINGS GROW. 

POURQUOI. See 

LE CIEL EPOUSE LA TERRE. 

IL POZZO E IL PENDOLO, by Bruno Betti- 
nelli; azione mimo-drammatica in un 
atto dl Clemente Crispolti da I ra- 
cconti del terrore di E. A. Poe. 
Milan, Ricordi. 191 p. Canto e 
pianoforte. © G. Ricordi & C. , 
S.P.A. ; 200ct67; DFI932. 



THE PRACTICAL SCIENCE OF SUPERMARKETING . 
1 v. 10 filmstrip scripts. Appl. 
author: Pinnn Productions. © Pinnn 
Productions; 19Aug68; C20811, 

THE PREACHER, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 9 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 300ct68; C21087. 

PREDATORS. See 

WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS. 

PREFACE TO UNEASINESS: THE STATIONS OF 
THE CROSS; text by Frank A. Halse, 
Jr., music by Mark S. Harvey. 2 v. 
© Frank Adams Halse, Jr. & Mark 
Sumner Harvey; 24May68; DU72019- 

THE PREGNANT THOUGHT, a comedy by 
Stanley Markel. 1 v. A play In 3 
acts. © Stanley Markel; 22Jul68; 
DU72026. 

A PRELUDE TO HAMLET, by Samuel Sussman. 
108 1. A play in 3 acts. © Samuel 
Sussman; 100ct68; DU73146. 

THE PREMONITIONS OF LEONARDO DA VINCI, 
a media play in 2 acts by Henry C. 
Timm. 97 1. © Henry Christian 
Timm; 23Dec68; DU73156. 

THE PRESIDENCY; script by D. L. Miller. 
Sheet. © Chesdel Music Co.; 5Aug68; 
C20792. 

THE PRESIDENT IS DEAD, by Paul Shyre. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Paul Shyre; 
HJun68; DU71890. 

PRESSURE VS. HEALTH, by Martin Leiser. 
Sheet. © Martin Leiser; 13Nov68; 
C21131. 

PRICE OF RETRIBUTION. See 
TIME RAN OUT. 

PRIMES AND COMPOSITES. Lesson no. 1-2. 
By Electronic Learning. 1 v. 
A recording script. © Electronic 
Learning, Inc.; 29Nov68; C21199. 

THE PRINCE, by Jan Megarry (Jane 11 L. 
Megarry) 108 1. A play in 5 scenes. 
© Janell L. Megarry; 7Nov68; DU72848. 

LE PRINCE DE MADRID; operette a grand 
spectacle en 2 actes et 28 tableaux; 
livret et dialogues de Raymond 
Vincy, pseud, of Raymond Ovanessian, 
lyrics de Jacques Plante, musique de 
Francis Lopez. [France] 171 P- 
Book & lyrics only. © Royalty 
Editions Musicales; 19Jul68; DFO-I628 . 

PRINCE FREDERICK OF HOMBERG, a play by 
He'inrich von Kleist; English version 
by Martin Esslin. 5 acts. (In Ge- 
nius of the German Theater. New York, 
New American Library, p. 351-422) 
© on translation; Martin Esslin; 
21Mar68;- A3449. 

PRINCE OF PEACE, by Palmer Rockey. 
246 1. A screenplay. NM: transla- 
tion, revisions & compilation. 
© Palmer Rockey; l40ct68; DU72613. 

THE PRINCIPLES OF PERSUASION, by Sears, 
Roebuck -& Co. 1 v. 20 recording 
scripts. Appl. ti.: Sears Extension 
Institute, principles of persuasion. 
© Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 19Dec68; 
C21196. 

PRINTEMPS 71- See 
THEATRE IV. 

THE PRISONERS. See 

THREE PLAYS BY PLAUTUS . 

PRIVATE PILOT COURSE. See 

INDIVIDUAL CONSOLE PRIVATE PILOT 
COURSE. 

THE PROBLEM WITH PIGEONS IS PEOPLE! 
A musical by David Jessie & Hank 
Bedard (Henry A. Bedard) 1 v. 
2 acts. © David C. Jessie 
& Henry A. Bedard; 21Aug68; DU72224 . 



PROBLEMS OF ADOLESCENCE, a guide for 
teacher-led discussions by Oran B. 
Dent & Robert Bornstein. 8 v. 
Script. © Oran B. Dent & Robert 
Bornstein; 40ct68; C20998. 

PROCESS COMPUTER CONCEPTS COURSE. 

62 1. 5 tape scripts. Appl. author: 
General Electric Co. © General 
Electric Co.; l6Sep68; C20892. 

THE PRODUCT,, by Ken Hittle (Kenneth E. 
Hittle) 42. 1. A play in -3 acts. 
© Kenneth E. Hittle; 21Aug68; 
DU72226. 

THE PROFESSOR AND THE TOPLESS DANCER; 
of, The professor and the strip-tease 
doll. A play in six scenes by Mason 
Wells. 112 1. © Helen Mason Wells; 
4Nov68; DU72793- 

PROGRAMMED TO CRY, by William Gronke. 
87 1. A screenplay. © William 
Gronke; 150ct68; DU72606. 

PROLOGUE, a drama of Jon Hus by Bob 
Jones. 69 p. 2 pts. Includes 
music to 2 songs & music & lyrics to 
1 song. © Bob Jones University; 
15Nov68; DP6860. 

THE PROMISES OF GOD, by James Cleve- 
land. 2 sheets. Recitation. © Her- 
man Lubinsky; 24jun68; C20783. 

PROSAIC PASHA, a comedy by Bruce Kess- 
ler. 107 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© Bruce Kessler & Marc Kessler; 
19Nov68; DU72940. 

THE PROSTITUTE, a one act play by 

Jerome Spencer, pseud, of J. Spencer 
Herz. 26 1. © J. Spencer Herz; 
8Nov68; DU72856. 

PRUNING AND PINCHING OUT. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 
PSALM FOR A WINTER TWILIGHT, a drama 
by Beatrice La Force. 34 1. 
© Beatrice La Force; l40ct68; 
DU72599- 

PSYCH-A-DELILAH, an original screenplay 
by Perle Epstein & Gertrude Leder. 
79 1. © Perle Epstein & Gertrude 
Leder; 12Jul68; DU71977 . 

PUBLIC ENEMY NUMBER ONE, by Jonathan 
Gillman. 115 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Jonathan Gillman; 25Sep68; 
DU72503. 

PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING TAPE N0.1. See 
APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF 
ASEPSIS TO NURSING CARE IN THE 
HOME. 

PUMPKIN PIES, by Joel Horton. 39 1. 
3 scenes. © Joel Edward Horton; 
24jul68; DU72037. 

PUPPET PLAYS; six plays based on true 
Incidents from South America and Ja- 
pan. Wheaton, 111., Scripture Press 
Publications. 32 p. Music & lyrics 
to 3 songs. © Scripture Press Publi- 
cations, Inc.; 8Aug68; A20472. 

PUSH BABY; words & music by Melvin Van 
Peebles. 2 sheets. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 13Nov68; C21123. 

PUTNEY SWOPE, a new screenplay by 

Robert Downey. 90 1. Appl. author: 
Goose Down Productions, Inc., em- 
ployer for hire. ©PS Co.; l8Nov68; 
DU72863. 

PYGMALION, a dramatic poem in 4 acts 
by Tewfik El Hakim, translated from 
the Arabic by A. Khedry (Mohamed 
Abdel Moneim El-Khedry) 122 1. NM: 
English translation. © A. Khedry; 
6Dec68; DU73082. 

PYGMALION, a romance in five acts by 
Bernard Shaw; supplemental materials 
by Harry Shefter & H ortense H. Levi- 



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sohn. New York, Washington Square 
Press. 1 v. (Reader's enrichment 
series, RE 128) © on Teacher's man- 
ual & Reader's supplement; Washing- 
ton Square Press, Inc.; 2Jan68; AI3O7 . 



QUARTET; related one-acters by William 
L. Lederer. In the year 1967 A.M.; 
Together; Same words, different sto- 
ries, pt.1-2; A reading; or, The read- 
er and the writer. 1 v. 4 plays. 
© William L. Lederer; 2Dec68; DU73053. 

A QUARTET FOR TWO, by Don Bermon Bailey 
Cotton candy; Southern gothic; A trio 
for two; The hero. 4 plays. © Don 
Bermon Bailey; 5Aug68; DU72118. 

QUEEN ANN, by Paulette Carroll & Sir 
William of Cornwall. 13 1. 2 acts. 
© Paulette Carroll; !Nov68; DP6861. 

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS; script of tele- 
vision and/or radio programs by 
H. D. Bowman. 5 1. NM: revision. 
© H. D. Bowman; 10Sep68; C20873. 



QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 



See 



QUICK EXIT, THREE STRIKES MINUS ONE, 
by Jo Anne McKnlght. 24 1. A play. 
© Jo Anne McKnight; 8Aug68; DU72150. 

QUIT TALKING TO YOURSELF; sermon deliv- 
ered by Wilbert Leo Daniels. 5 1. 
© Lion Pub. Co., Inc.; 20Nov68; 
C21179. 

QUOTATIONS FROM CHAIRMAN MAO TSE-TUNG. 
See 

BOX; QUOTATIONS FROM CHAIRMAN MAO 
TSE-TUNG. 



R 



THE RACE, a playlet by Marjorle A. 
Gilchrist. 7 1. © Marjorie A. Gil- 
christ; Uul68; DU71908. 

RACING JACKPOT, by Alton Whitehouse. 
8l. TV script. © Alton Whitehouse; 
Uul68; C20721. 

RADIO NAVIGATION, SECTION A-B, 
NARRATION, by Sanderson Films. 
2 v. Scripts of disc recorded 
narrations to be reproduced as educa- 
tional lectures. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1966, C18719, 18722. NM: edito- 
rial revision & additional text. 
© Sanderson Films, Inc.; 27Nov68; 
C21177-21176. 

RADIO SCRIPTS DESCRIBING FOREIGN 

COUNTRIES, by Dick Phinney (Richard 
Phinney) 1 v. 13 scripts. 
©Richard Phinney; 26Jul68; C20916. 

RAGE AGAINST THE NIGHT, by Austin 
Kilcullen. 124 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Austin Kilcullen; 210ct68; 
DU72667. 

RAGNAROK, an eleglacomic tragiphantasy 
in one act by A. Veryl Leech. 1 v. 
© A. Veryl Leech; 4Nov68; DU72934. 

RAILROAD PUBLIC RELATIONS MAN, by 
Frank Kalil & Jay T. Taylor. 5 1. 
Script. © Beechwood Music Corp.; 
21Nov68; C21235 . 

RAIN DANCE; original screenplay by 
Jack Baran. 118 1. © Jack Baran; 
l6Aug68; DU72193- 

A RAINBOW OF DREAMS, a play in one act 
by Ed Chameleon. 9 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Ed Chameleon; 10Jul68; 
DU71979. 



RANSOM, by Robert F. Cronin. 90 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Robert F. 
Cronin; 9Sep68; DU72354. 

RAPTURE OF THE DEEP, a 3 act play by 
Vernon Williams. 76 1. © Vernon 
Williams; 17Dec68; DU73062. 

RATE OF EXCHANGE, a play in two acts by 
Milo Thomas. 1 v. © Milo Thomas; 
26Aug68; DU72295. 

RATS, a play for two rats & a baby by 
Israel Horovitz. New York, Drama- 
tists Play Service. 18 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 27Feb68, DU70892. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Israel 
Horovitz; 210ct68; DP6821. 

THE RAVINE, an original screenplay by 
John Crawford, pseud, of Cleve A. 
Richardson. 1 v. © John Crawford; 
28Aug68; DU72289. 

RAZORBACK, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Marie 
Jones Mahan. 30 1. © Marie Jones 
Mahan; 26Sep68; DU72479. 

REACH BEYOND YOUR GRASP, by Harry E. 
Olson, Jr. 28 1. A speech. 
© Harry E. Olson, Jr.; 25Nov68; 
C21140. 

READER AND THE WRITER. See 
QUARTET. 

READING. See 
QUARTET . 

READING AND WRITING, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 8 1. Dialog. 
© Dewey Markham; 300ct68; C21086. 

REALLY, MR. C0MPT0N, a one act play by 
Thomas L. Gatch, Jr. 15 1. 
©Thomas L. Gatch, Jr.; 70ct68; 
DU72554. 



THE REASON I GO ON, by Larry Neal 

Culbertson. 2 sheets. © Larry Neal 
Culbertson; l8Nov68; C21l8l. 

THE RECONSTRUCTION OF OLIVER JONES, 
by Chris Assini (Christine Assini) 
38 1. © Christine Assini; 15Aue68; 
DU72184. 

RECORDING DECREES AGAINST RIOTS, 

MRS. G. W. BALLARD & I AM STUDENTS; 
Aug. 1965, Shasta Springs, Calif. 
Recording script. 10 1. Appl. au- 
thor: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
22Nov68; C21142. 

THE RED BURNING LIGHT, OF THE AMERICAN 
WAY OF LIFE, by Maria Irene Fornes . 
18 1. A play. © Maria Irene Fornes; 
11JU168; DU71959. 

REDAEL THE MAGICIAN, a play for young 
people from five to twelve by David 
Jeremy Larson. 34 1. © David 
Jeremy Larson; 23Jul68; DU72031. . 

THE REDEMPTION CENTER, by Ron Cowen 
(Ronald Jay Cowen) & Saul Naishtat. 
1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Ronald Jay Cowen & Saul Naishtat; 
2LAug68; DU72219. 

THE RELATIVE, by Eva Kurcz. 14 1 1. A 
screenplay. © Eva Kurcz; 27Aug68; 
DU72257. 

THE RE-MATCH GAME; television program 
script by Harland Lewin. 2 1. 
© Harland Lewin; 12Aug68; C20787 . 

REMEMBER LIL, a musical play in two 
acts; book by Mark Keim & John 
Michael Flynn, music by Daniel Jay 
Wulfe, lyrics by Mark Keim. 1 v. 
© Mark Keim & John Michael Flynn; 
7Nov68; DU72855. 



REMICK'S INCORPORATED, a play in three 
acts by Harvey Miller. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 13Dec67, 
DU70272. NM: addition. © Harvey 
Miller; 4Nov68; DU72784. 

A RENDEZVOUS WITH EAGLES; story k 
screenplay by Alejandro Grattan 
(Alexander Daniel Grattan) 153 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1967, 
DU68273. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Alexander Daniel Grattan; 19Aug68: 
DU72203. 

REPORT TO THE CHURCHES OF THE SYNOD OF 
THE CHESAPEAKE, by W. T. Durr. Pt.l, 
Rationale. 4 1. Lecture. © W. T. 
Durr; 280ct68; C21051.. 

THE RETURN OF CHRISTOPHER, by Richard 
Riggan. 10 1. A play. © Richard 
Riggan; 8Jul68; DU71939- 

THE RETURN OF DOLLY, a one act play by 
Nicholas Bellitto. 32 1. © Nicho- 
las Bellitto; 30Dec68; DU73175. 

THE RETURN OF JACK, a one act play by 
Chester Leo Smith. 17 1. © Chester 
Leo Smith; 2Dec68; DU73028. 

THE RETURN OF ODYSSEUS, a drama in 
three acts by Stanislaw Wyspianski; 
translated with an introd. by Howard 
Clarke. Bloomington, Indiana Univer- 
sity. 74 p. (Russian & East Euro- 
pean series, v. 35) NM: introd. & 
translation. © Indiana University; 
lSep66; A16251. 

RETURN TO GOD'S MOUNTAIN; script for 
drama narration written by Delbert 
Hicks, Joe Barnes & Lloyd C. Collins. 
21 1. © Ta-Co-Bet Historical Assn.; 
110c t68; C20976. 

THE REUNION; of all the natural ele- 
ments of the universe, a screenplay 
by Peter Blair, pseud, of Peter 
Bashkiroff . 1 v. © Peter Bash- 
kiroff; 20Aug68; DU72510. 

REVERENCE, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Rockwell 
Mings. 33 1. © Rockwell Mings; 
5Nov68; DU72818. 

REVEREND MARTIN LUTHER KING, SENATOR 
ROBERT F. KENNEDY, by Fred Gavin 
(Frederick Joseph Gavin) 2 sheets. 
© Frederick Joseph Gavin; 4Sep68; 
C 2088 6. 

THE REVEREND POTTER, by Rob Carey 
(Robin B. Carey) 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Rob Carey; 9Aug68; 
DU72153. 

REVERIES OF A STREETCLEANER, a play in 
two acts by Robert Somerfeld. 137 1. 
© Robert Somerfeld; l6Dec68; 
DU73134. 

REVERSE ENGLISH, a play in one act by 
Robert Somerfeld. 6 1. 
© Robert Somerfeld; l6Dec68; DU73133. 

THE REVISED TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR, 
by Robert Caraway & Miley D. Dove, 
Jr. 3 1. 2 acts. © Robert Caraway 
& Miley D. Dove, Jr.; HJul68; 
DU71955 . 

THE REVOLT OF CHARLIE HAVERMYER, an 
original screenplay by John Valenti. 
305 1. © John Valenti; 10Sep68; 
DU72356. 

THE REVOLUTIONIST, by Jack Klmbrough. 
92 1. Play. © Jack Kimbrough; 
•22Jul68; DU72201. 

RHONDA AND RAFAEL, a play by Francis 
Powell. 1 v. 2 acts. ©Francis 
Powell; 26Sep68; DU72482. 

RICHARD PLANTAGENET. See 

IN VINDICATION OF RICHARD THIRD. 



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RICOCHET, a three act play by Mildred 
E. Danforth. 78 1. © Mildred E. 
Danforth; 9Sep68; DU72355. 

RING FOR JO, by Marsha Kracht. 16 1. 
A play. © Marsha Kracht: 40ct68; 
DUT2558. 

RIP VAN WINKLE; original play with 
music by H. Walter Wenkaert.' 
1 v. 1 act. © Hans Walter Wenkaert; 
4Nov68; DU72794. 

THE RIPLEYS. See 
STRADDLEBUG . 

THE RISE AND FALL OF MRS. TOTEM, a 
play by Herald Born, pseud, of 
Elizabeth S. Bourne. 123 1. 
© Elizabeth S. Bourne; 25Nov68; 
DU72981. 

THE RISE OF MARCUS GARVEY, 1916 TO 
1919, a play in four acts by Charles 
H. Fuller, Jr. 1 v. © Charles H. 
Fuller, Jr.; 10ct68; DU72513. 

THE RIVALS, by Richard Brinsley Sheri- 
dan; edited with an introd. by Arthur 
E. McGuinness. San Francisco, 
Chandler Pub. Co. 90 p. (Chandler 
editions in drama) 5 acts. NM: ad- 
ditions. © Chandler Pub. Co.; lApr68; 
A35392. 

THE RIVER; written by Harold Farm. 
Sheet. © Harold Fann; 5Nov68; 
C21063. 

THE ROAD TO RUIN, by Thomas Holcroft, 
edited by Ruth I. Aldrich. Lincoln, 
University of Nebraska Press. 136 p. 
(A Bison book, BB 366) 5 acts. NM: 
introd., notes & appendixes. © Uni- 
versity of Nebraska Press; 13Aug68; 
A19953. 

ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON IN THE SOUTH 
PACIFIC. See 
TUSITALA. 

A ROBIN HOOD, SICILIAN STYLE; La Mafia 
in Extortion of a countess; original 
story by Romano Pianti, screenplay by 
Romano Pianti & Frances K. Pavel. 
161 1. © Romano Piacentino Pianti & 
Frances K. Pavel; l6Aug68; DU72254 . 

ROCHADE; Spiel in elnem Akt by Otto 
Grtlnmandl. [Austria] Universal 
Edition (14741) 47 p. © Universal 
Edition, A.O.j 4Apr68; DFO-1641. 

THE ROCKER, by Richard Wilson Hayes. 
17 1. A play. © Richard Wilson 
Hayes; 22Jul68; DU72023 . 

ROCKMONESS, a comedy in two parts by 
Stanley Marcus. A shaggy dog story; 
The situation comedy. 1 v. © Stan- 
ley Marcus; 30Sep68; DU72488. 

RODRIGO AND ROSALITA, by Esther Buffler. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Esther 
Buffler; 10Sep68; DU72361. 



ROMAN COURTMARTIAL. 
TUMULT. 



See 



THE ROMAN EMPIRE. 4 v. Filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: Rome becomes a 
world power. — The empire in the 
West. --The empire in the Ea.st. --Every- 
day life. Appl. author: Coronet In- 
structional Films. NM: additions. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a 
division of Esquire, Inc.; I80ct68; 
C20992. 



THE ROMANCE OF THE WESTERN CHAMBER 
(Hsi hsiang chi) Translated by 
S. I. Hsiung. New York, Columbia 
University Press. 280 p. (Transla- 
tions from the Oriental classics) 
4 parts. NM: rev. translation, fore- 
word & introd. © Columbia Univer- 
sity Press; 5Jun68; A22454. 

ROME BECOMES A WORLD POWER. See 
THE ROMAN EMPIRE. 

ROMEO AND THE CHORUS, by Michael Rosen- 
berg. 8 1. A play. © Michael Elan 
Rosenberg; 3Uul68; DU72133. 

ROOMMATES, by Lonnie Coleman. 1 v. 
3 plays. Contents: The boys.-- 
The girls. --Mixed doubles. © Lonnie 
Coleman; 29Jul68; DU72058. 

ROSE AND DAVY, a musical play in one 
act; music by Howard Cozart, words 
by Dorothy Bates. 1 v. © Howard V. 
Cozart & Dorothy R. Bates; 12Nov68; 
DU72881. 

ROSE OF SHARON, by Cleophus Robinson. 
5 1. A sermon in 2 parts. © Lion 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 27Sep68; C20931. 

ROSEBUDS AND DEWDROPS, a play in three 
acts by Carole Myers. 100 1. 
© Carole A. Myers; 20ct68; DU72526. 

LES ROSENBERG NE DOIVENT PAS MOURIR, 
de Alain Decaux. 147 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Alain Decaux; 
30Aug68; DU72545. 

ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD, 
by Tom Stoppard. London, Faber & 
Faber. 92 p. 3 acts. © Tom 
Stoppard; 4May67; DP6841. 

ROTTEN APPLE PIE, by Gayther Myers. 
1 v. 4 plays. Contents: A thing of 
beauty is a joy forever . --The god 
from the machine. — Soul music very 
loud. — Go ahead, grin and scratch 
your head. ©Gayther L. Myers, Jr.; 
25Sep68; DU72470. 

ROUNDING NUMBERS TO THE NEAREST 10, 
100, 1000, lesson no.l-3. By Elec- 
tronic Learning. 1 v. A recording 
script. ©Electronic Learning, Inc.; 
29Nov68; C21201. 

THE ROYAL RAPE OF RUARI MACASMUND, by 
Richard F. Stockton. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. Based on a story idea by 
Richard T. Herd. © Richard F. 
Stockton; 9Sep68; DU72366. 

RUB-A-DUB, a play by William Tapia. 
47 1. © William Tapia; 4Nov68; 
DU72797. 

RUBBLE ODOR, by Anton Neuber, pseud, of 
Harry Neubauer. 25 1. A play in 1 
act. © Harry Neubauer; 22Jul68; 
DU72028. 

RUBE; words & music by Bill Kernan 
(William L. Kernan) 4 1. A recita- 
tion. © William L. Kernan; 230ct68; 

C21055 ■ 

RUBY FITZSIMMONS VS. JAKE LAMOTTA. See 
THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 

RUBEZAHL (Turnip count) A libretto by 
Gustav Mahler; English version by 
Julia Morrison. 33 1. 5 scenes. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Julia 
Morrison; 4Nov68; DU72734 . 



RUFUS; original screenplay by George 
Rubine & Craig McKay. 248 1. 
© George Rubine & Craig McKay; 
23Aug68; DU72240. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN, a mini-maxi play by 
Lucile Brown. 37 1. A dramatization 
from an early translation of the 
story by Grimm. © Lucile Brown; 
210ct68; DU72650. 



RUMPLESTILTSKIN. 
ALL IN A NAME. 



See 



RUNNING IN THE WIND; original story & 
screenplay by John Crawford a.k.a. 
Cleve A. Richardson & Edmund Penney. 
107 1. © Cleve A. Richardson & 
Edmund F. Penney; 6Nov68; DU72841. 

RURAL BONE SHOW, a vicious comedy in 
one act by Will Allen (Wilford Gene 
Allen) 22 1. © Wilford Gene Allen; 
12Jul68; DU71975- 

RUSH TOWARD FREEDOM, by Richard W. 
Bruner. 1 v. 5 filmstrip scripts. 
© Richard W. Bruner; 4Nov68; C21075- 

THE RUSSIAN OFFICER, a screenplay by 
Philip Wiseman. 184 1. Based on 
The duel, a story by Alexander Kuprin- 
© Philip Wiseman; l80ct68; DU72903. 



SACRAPANT, THE SORCERER, a children's 
drama with music; words by Paul 
Morgan, music by Peter Aston. 
London, Novello. 4 v. Based on 
George Peele's The old wives' tale. 
© Novello & Co., Ltd.; Uul68; 
DP6824. 

SACRED FLAME. See 

THREE DRAMAS OF W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM. 

THE SACRIFICE, a play in one act by 
Stewart Boston. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 29 p. © w. S. H. Boston; 
17Jul68; DP676O. 

THE SAGA OF LONGJOHNS; screenplay by 
Louis Antonio & George Peppard. 
118 1. © Louis Antonio & George 
Peppard; 80ct68; DU72556. 

SAGA OF SAMSON, by William Kranz. 76 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © William Kranz; 
l6Sep68; DU72397. 



SAGA OF THE STEWART; written by Robert 
Ranck & Norman West, pseud, of Helen 
Coleman; music by Louis Coleman & 
E. J. Edwards. Master research draft. 
1 v. A screenplay in 8 acts. 
© Robert Ranck &: Helen Coleman; 
30Dec68; DU73167. 



ST. OUT AND THE PAROLE BOARD, by George 
Costas. 34 1. A musical play. 
Book and lyrics only. © George 
Costas; lAug68; DU72101. 

ST. THOMAS BECKET; or, The measure of 
a man. A play in four acts by Gor- 
don V. Axon. 96 1. © Gordon Vose 
Axon; 27Sep68; DU72485. 

THE SAINTS IN ILLINOIS, a play by 

Maurice English. 102 1. 16 scenes. 
© Maurice English; l80ct68; DU72712. 



ROMANCE; edited by Ashley Brown & John 
L. Kimmey. Columbus, Ohio, C. E. 
Merrill Pub. Co. 243 p. 1 (Modes of 
literature series) © Charles E. 
Merrill Pub. Co.; 280ct68; A28687. 



RUFF DUES TAG THE SWEET STORY, a play 
in one act by Ronald Migllonico. 
32 1. © Ronald Migllonico; 40ct68; 
DU72538. 



SALLY SHOPS, by Eugene Robert Tanz. 
Sheet. An advertising script. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
13Dec68; C21206. 



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SALOME; music drama in one act after 
Oscar Wilde's tragedy, by Richard 
Strauss; German translation by Hed- 
wig Lachmann; English libretto by 
Maria Massey Pelikan. New York, 
Boosey & Hawkes. 23 p. Book only. 
Appl. states prev. pub. 1905. NM: 
English libretto. © Boosey & Hawkes, 
Inc.; 19Jul68; DP6767. 

SALT HILL, a play by W. E. R. La Farge. 
162 1. © W. E. R. La Farge; 17Jul68; 
DU72011. 

SAME WORDS, DIFFERENT STORIES. See 
QUARTET. 

THE SAMPLERS, a one act play for 
children by Beatrice La Force. 
22 1. © Beatrice La Force; 
l40ct68; DU72600. 

SAMUEL HOOPES READING FROM HIS OWN 
WORKS, a play for one actor by Jan 
Hartman. (in Religious Theatre, 
no. 6, p. 39-58) © Jan Hartman; 
19Aug68; DP6804. 

SANDRA AND THE JANITOR, by William Pack- 
ard. 29 1. A play. © William Pack- 
ard; l80ct68; DU72642. 

SANDY, WHERE AEE YOU GOING, an original 
screenplay by David R. Hayes. 
2d draft: Aug. 16, 1968. 90 1. 
©David R. Hayes; 25Sep68; DU72504. 

SANFORD WAS TO HEAD JOHNSON CAMPAIGN 
sheet. A radio script. Appl. au- 
thor: WBT News. © Jefferson Stand- 
ard Broadcasting Co. - WBT; 10ct68; 
C20961. 

SANS MERCI, a play in three acts by 
E. Ivy Fischer. 1 v. English. 
© E. Ivy Fischer; 27Nov68; DU72998. 

SATIRE; edited by Ashley Brown & John L. 
Kimmey. Columbus, Ohio, C. E. Merrill 
Pub. Co. 213 p. (Modes of literatur? 
series) © Charles E. Merrill Pub. 
Co.; 300ct68; A28688. 

SATURDAY NIGHT, a play by Jerome Kass. 
New York, Dramatists Play Service. 
62 p. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 15Jun67, DU69333. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Jerome Kass; 13Aug68; 
DP6774 . 

SAUCE FOR THE GOSLINGS, by Helen Devitt 
& Anne Dubray. 89 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Helen Dougherty Devitt & 
Anne Janko Dubray; 17Sep68; DU72382. 



THE SAUCERERS, a play by Jacob Bentko- 
ver. 94 1. © Jacob Bentkover; 
10ct68; DU72512. 



SAY CHEESE, a comedy in two acts by 
Ben Rosa (Bernard Rosa) 101 1. 
© Bernard Rosa; l6jul68; DU72004 . 

SAY IT LOUD, I'M BLACK AND I'M PROUD, 
by James Brown. 2 sheets. © Golo 
Pub. Co.; 210ct68; C21024. 



THE SCAM; story & screenplay by 

Joseph M. Triscari. 108 1. © Joseph 
M. Triscari; 1Nov68; DU72762. 

SCARAMOUCHE . See 
THAT'S MY STYLE. 

SCAT, SCAT COPYCAT, a mad, mad madcap 
musical review by Janice Pollack. 
29 1. 9 scenes. Book only. 
© Janice Pollack; 22Nov68; DU73005. 



SCENES FROM THE DYNASTS, by Thomas 
Hardy, selected & edited by Bert 
G. Hornback. 135 p. 3 acts. NM: 
addition & revision. © Bert G. 
Hornback; l6jul68; A6134 . 

THE SCHEME, a one act play written by 
Joseph L. Turner. 35 1. © Joseph 
L. Turner; 12Dec68; DU73120. 

THE SCHEME OF THINGS, by Stephen 
Strlmpell. 131 1. A screenplay. 
© Stephen Strlmpell; 2Dec68; 
DU73016. 

SCHNOZZOLLA, a play in one act by 
Israel Horovitz. 1st draft. 1 v. 
© Israel Horovitz; 280ct68; DU72725 . 

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL, by Richard 
Brlnsley Sheridan. 23 p. (Theatre 
Recording Society production folio) 
Analytical notes & the complete play- 
script. 2 acts. Commentary by John 
Glelgud; The Georgian theatre in 
Sheridan's time, by Ricardo Quintana. 
© Theatre Recording Society; 5Mar65; 
A32709. 

SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS. See 
WITH MALICE AFORETHOUGHT. 

SCHOOL FOR WIVES. See 

SOME VERSIONS OF MOLIERE ' S SCHOOL 
FOR WIVES. 



SCHOOL FOR WIZARDS, an original musi- 
cal fantasy in three acts by Ruth C. 
Bailey & John E. Higgins. 1 v. 
© Mrs. Rollin Bailey (Ruth C. 
Bailey) & John E. Higgins; 15Aug68; 
DU72188. 

A SCHOOL OF FISH, a play in one act by 
Ed Chameleon. 6 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Ed Chameleon; 10Jul68; 
DU71978. 

SCIEC-CPA P. R. PROGRAM; audio-visual 
program script by the California 
Society of Certified Public Account- 
ants. 56 1. Appl. ti: How to avoid 
flying blind. © California Society 
of Certified Public Accountants; 
26jun68; C20789. 

SCIENTIFIC PRAYER, a Christian Science 
lecture by Harold Rogers. Folder. 
© Harold Rogers; 20ct68; C20933. 

THE SCOTTISH HISTORY OF JAMES THE 
FOURTH, a tragicomedy by Robert 
Greene. 5 acts. Microfilm. 
© Charles Happy Stein; 310ct68; 
A33580. 

SCROOGE! By Scott & Vivian Holtzman. 
2 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Scott & Vivian Holtzman; 25Nov68; 
DU73058. 

SCUBA DUBA, a tense comedy by Bruce 
Jay Friedman. New York, Simon & 
Schuster. 102 p. 2 acts. © Bruce 
Jay Friedman; 19Mar68 (in noticei 
1967); DPoY'tO. 

SCURRY INTO THE WOODS, by Peyton 
Townes k.a. Peyton Tunstall Blowe. 
81 1. A play in 3 acts. © Peyton 
Townes & Richard Di Mario; 9Sep68; 
DU72352. 

SEALY. 1 v. 7 commercial scripts. 
Appl. author: Brick Muller, Swear- 
ingen, Dorrity Advertising, Inc. 
© Brick Muller, Swearingen, Dorrity 
Advertising, Inc.; 300ct68; C21045 . 

THE SEAN 0' CASEY READER; plays, auto- 
biographies, opinions; edited with 
an lntrod. by Brooks Atkinson. New 
York, St. Martin's Press. 1008 p. 



NM: lntrod., compilation. © Broolcs 
Atkinson; I80ct68; A38353. 

SEARCH FOR REALITY; or, The man who 
played God. Original story & screen- 
play by Ken Loring, pseud, of Kenneth 
W. Wenning. 122 1. © Kenneth W. 
Wenning; 22Aug68; DU72236. 

SEARS EXTENSION INSTITUTE, PRINCIPLES 
OF PERSUASION. See 
THE PRINCIPLES OF PERSUASION. 

THE SEASICK PIRATE, a two act child- 
ren's play; story by Michael G. Jor- 
dan, Jr. , music by Dorothea & Michael 
Jordan, Jr. 1 v. © Michael G. Jor- 
dan, Jr.; 7Jan69; DU73166. 

SECOND COMING OF CHRIST, by Isaac Jen- 
kins. 6 1. Lecture. © Lion Pub. 
Co., Inc.; l6Sep68; C20894 . 

THE SECOND LADY BIDDLE, an original 
screen script by Margaret Engler . 
186 1. © Margaret Engler; 19Sep68; 
DU72706. , * 

SECONDARY STUDY SKILLS. 1 v. 10 tape 
recording scripts. Appl. author: 
Education Unlimited Corp. © Educa- 
tion Unlimited Corp.; 30ct68; C20960. 

THE SECRET, a short play by Thomas 

Terefenko. 21 1. © Thomas Terefenko; 
24jul68; DU72035. 

THE SECRET OF FRIEBERG, by Marlene M. 
Reemsnyder & Robert Kirkpatrick. 
52 1. A screenplay. © Marlene M. 
Reemsnyder & Robert L. Kirkpatrick; 
26Aug68; DU72261. 

SECRET OF THE STOWAWAY. See 
THE CRUISE. 

THE SECRET WITHIN THE WALLS, a three 
act play for children by Michael J. 
McCarthy. New York, D. McKay. 38 p. 
(McKay's play series) Appl. states 
unpub. version prev. reg. 12Sep66, 
DU66806. © Michael J. McCarthy 
l6Sep68; DP6820. 

SECRETS OF THE CITIZENS CORRECTION 
COMMITTEE, a screenplay by Ronald 
Tavel. 27 1. © Ronald Tavel; 
20Aug68; DU72215. 

SEE ALL THE PEOPLE. See 
SWUNG. 

SEE AND SAY SERIES. See 
KEEP UP. 

SEE JACK RUN, an essay on perception 
by Osterhout (Michael Lee Osterhout) 
1 v. © Michael Lee Osterhout; 
150ct68; C20984. 

SEE-THROUGH. See 
AMANDA GRAY. 



SEEDS. See 

MAKING THINGS GROW. 



THE SEEDS OF CAIN, a drama in two acts 
by Annabelle Farmelant. 57 1. 
© Annabelle Farmelant; 4Dec68; 
DU73039. 

SEEING CENTRAL AMERICA. 6 v. Filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: Land and climate. -- 
The nations. --Agriculture. — Manufac- 
turing and trade. — People and cus- 
toms. --The Panama Canal. Appl. au- 
thor: Coronet Instructional Films. 
NM: additions. © Coronet Instruction- 
al Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
110ct68; C21071. 



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July-Dec. 



SEEING ITALY. 4 v. Filmstrip scripts. 
Contents: Land and climate. — Indus- 
try and commerce. --Agriculture. --Peo- 
ple and culture. Appl. author: 
Coronet Instructional Films. NM: ad- 
ditions. © Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
I80ct68; C20989. 

SEEING MEXICO. 6 v. Filmstrip scripts. 
Contents: Land and climate. --Agricul- 
ture . --Industry and commerce. --Its 
people. --Its history. --Its culture. 
Appl. author: Coronet Instructional 
Films. NM: additions. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; 110ct68; C21070. 

SEEING SCANDINAVIA. 4 v. Filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: Land and cli- 
mate. — Using land and sea. — Indus- 
try and commerce. — People and culture. 
Appl. author: Coronet Instructional 
Films. NM: additions. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; I80ct68; C20990. 

SEEING WEST GERMANY. 4 v. Filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: The land. — Indus- 
try. — Agriculture. — People and cul- 
ture. Appl. author: Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films. NM: additions. © Coro- 
net Instructional Films, a division 
of Esquire, Inc.; I80ct68; C20988. 

SEESCHLACHT. See 

THE NAVAL ENGAGEMENT. 

THE SEMINARIAN: author: John N. 

Sullivan. 185 1. A play. © John 
Neville Sullivan; 4Dec68; DU73044 . 

SEMPRE LIBRA, by Walter Schwartz. 1 v. 
A play. © Walter Schwartz; 3Jul68; 
DU71920. 

THE SENATOR AND THE RACKETEER, an orig- 
inal comedy-drama screenplay by 
Leonard Bloom & Herb Steier. 106 1. 
© Leonard Bloom & Herb Steier; 
5Jul68; DU71925. 

SENIOR CITIZENS RESTAURANT, by Frank 
Kalil & Jay T. Taylor. 6 1. Script. 
© Beechwood Music Corp.; 21Nov68; 
C21231. 

THE SENSITIVE ONES, a drama in three 
acts by William Shaw. 97 1. 
Appl. states play renovated from 
novel pub. 1896. © William C. 
Shaw; 25Nov68; DU72986. 

SEPARATE WAYS; book by Elyce Wakerman, 
music by Alan Menken & lyrics by 
Menken & Wakerman. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Elyce Wakerman; 20Aug68; DU72172- 

THE SEPARATION, an original screenplay 
by Madlyn Lee Richey. 118 1. 
© Madlyn Lee Richey; 23Sep68; DU72443. 

SERMON AND LESSON NO. 1, by Edna Lister. 
1 v. © The Society of the Living 
Christ; 6Aug68; C20764. 

SERMON ON MEDITATION, by Maurice M. 
Fitzgerald. Sheet. © Maurice M. 
Fitzgerald; 3Sep68; C20863. 

SERVICE FOR SEVEN, a play in two acts 
by Norman Kennelly. 1 v. © Norman 
Kennelly; l8Sep68; DU72416. 



SET BROTHER HUEY FREE, by Stokely Car- 
michael. 21 1. Lecture. © Stokely 
Carmichael; 23Jul68; C20780. 



SET THE NIGHT ON FIRE, by E. Ronald 
Witt. 15 1. © E. Ronald Witt; 
l6Aug68; DP6890. 

THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS, an original 
chancel or stage drama by Jon Loyd 
Joyce. 9 p. © Jon Loyd Joyce; 
12Dec68; DP6877. 



SEVEN DESCENTS OF MYRTLE. 
KINGDON OF EARTH . 



See 



SEVEN IRISH PLAYS 1946-1964; edited 
with an introd. by Robert Hogan. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press. 472 p. NM: compilation & 
introd. © University of Minnesota; 
6Nov67; A3512. 

7 PLAYS & HOW TO PRODUCE THEM, by 
Moyne Rice Smith, illustrated by 
Don Bolognese. New York, H. Walck. 
148 p. Book & lyrics only. 
© Moyne Rice Smith; 22May68; A33793. 

SEX BY ADVERTISEMENT, a film play by 
Joel M. Reed. 76 1. © Joel M. Reed; 
12Aug68; DU72166. 

SEX IS A POLYGON, a fantasy drama in 
two parts by William Lee Marshall, 
pseud, of Edward C. Lassiter. 1 v. 
© Edward C. Lassiter; 15Jul68; 
DU71985 . 

SHACKLED, THEN AND NOW; script by 
Arthur S. Junaluska. 4 1. 
© Arthur S. Junaluska; 310ct68; 
C21067.- 

THE SHADOW, an original story written 

& adapted for television by Ronald 

Swaney. 31 1. © Ronald Swaney; 

23Aug68; DU72243. 
SHADOW OF HEROES. See 

PLAYS OF THREE DECADES. 
SHAGGY DOG STORY. See 

ROCKMONESS. 
SHARE AND SHARE ALIKE, by Lucille M. 

Murray. 77 1. A play in 2 acts. 

© Lucille M. Murray; 3Sep68; 

DU72309. 

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, by Oliver Gold- 
smith. 23 p. (Theatre Recording 
Society production folio) Analytical 
notes & complete text. 5 acts. 
[Commentary] by Thomas H. Fujimura. 
© Caedmon Records, Inc.; 7Nov65; 
A32710. 
SHE WAS BLAMED, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Anne- Marie King. 30 1. © Anne 
Marie King; 4Nov68; DU72803. 

ZEE SHEE'KEEN BOUL FIGHTEER, by 
J. Heineman. 1 v. A script. 
© A. John Heineman; 20Nov68; 
C21109. 

SHEILA, by Anthony Ingrassia. 107 1. 
A play. © Anthony Ingrassia; 
13Dec68; DU73121. 

SHELL. See 
LA CONCHA. 

SHIRLEY COMING HOME; written by Billy 
James Pace. 18 1. A play in 
6 scenes. © Billy James Pace; 
7Aug68; DU72378. 

THE SHOEMAKER AND THE ELVES, a musical 
adaptation by Carolyn Schneider. 
1 v. © Carolyn Roy Schneider; 
290ct68; DU72698. 



SHOES AND SHIPS, by 0. Henry, pseud, of 
William Sydney Porter. Adapted as a 
one-act play by Robert Brome. 



Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 

27 p. (Eldridge popular one-act 

playscripts) © Eldridge Pub. Co : 
15Sep68; DP6880. 

SHORT DAY PROBLEMS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

THE SHOTGUN, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 8 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 4Dec68; C21216. 

SHOWDOWN, by Sharon Hall Stanley. 
142 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
fcook & lyrics only. © Sharon Hall 
Stanley; 6Dec68; DU73083. 

THE SHRIMP BOATS ARE COMING, a play by 
Arthur Carter. 56 1. 2 acts. 
© Arthur P. Carter; 8Nov68; DU72857. 

SIGMUND IN EDEN, by Walter L. Jones. 
1 v. A play. © Walter L. Jones; 
13Nov68; DU72931. 

SILHOUETTES IN BLACK AND WHITE, an 
experiment in theatre by Carolynn 
Reid Wallace. 7 1. A play in 3 
scenes. © Carolynn Reid Wallace; 
2Aug68; DU72102. 

SIMPLE SIMON, a musical version, book 
& lyrics by Prue Holden (Mary P. 
Holden) music by Jean Tandowsky. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Mrs. Ralph Holden & 
Mrs. Ralph Tandowsky; 310ct68; 
DU72772. 

THE SIMPLEX IF I CATION; or, How to become 
a planet in nine lives, a screenplay 
by Jed Hudson Hu'Doklin. 1 v. © Jed 
Hudson Hu'Doklin; 30Jul68; DU72071. 

A SINGLE REGRET ABOUT SINGLE BLESSED- 
NESS, a musical comedy with book & 
lyrics by Robert Hogrogian Badrig. 
Ill 1. 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Robert Hogrogian Badrig; l4Aug68; 
DU72179. 

SIR PERCIVAL AND THE HYDRA, a musical 
play for children in two acts by 
Naomi Eft is. 1 v. © Naomi Eftis; 
19Aug68; DU72202. 

SISTER AMERICA, a 4 act musical written 
by Sister M. Jeffrey Hegger. 2 v. 
© Sister M. Jeffrey Hegger; 19Sep68; 
DU72431. 

SISTER SADIE AND THE SONS OF SAM, by 
Clifford Mason. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Clifford Mason; 23Sep68 • 
DU72448. ' 



SITUATION COMEDY. 
ROCKMONESS. 



See 



SIX FAIRY TALE ADAPTATIONS; with words 
& original music by Paula Karchmer. 
1 v. NM: musical adaptation & 
dramatization. © Paula Karchmer; 
21Aug68; DU72206. 

SIX PROSE COMEDIES OF MOLIERE; trans- 
lated by George Graveley, pseud, of 
George Graveley Edwards; with an in- 
trod. by W. G. Moore. London, Oxford 
University Press. 378 p. (The 
World's classics, 616) Appl. states 
prev. reg. llMar54; DFO-315 . NM:' re- 
visions. © George Graveley Edwards; 
23May68; DFO-1616. 



SIXTEEN OLIVES MEDIUM RARE, a dramatic 
play in four acts by Sam McGehee. 
1 v. Includes music for one song. 
© Sam Day McGehee; 25Sep68; DU72500. 



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THE SIXTH COMMANDMENT, by Harry Rasky 
9 i? 1 %„ A pla y- ® Harry Rasky; 
280ct68; DU72722. 

SIXTY MILES PER HOUR, a play in one 
act by Andrew & Ilya (Ellas) Bolo- 
towsky. 9 1. © Ilya & Andrew 
Bolotowsky; 24Sep68; DU72457. 

SKAIDIC NATIVITY, a poetic romance In 
one act by A. Veryl Leech. 1 v. 
© A. Veryl Leech; 4Nov68; DU72935. 

THE SKIER, by Pierre Paul Jalbert 
& Richard Peabody. 168 1. A 
screenplay. © Richard G. Peabody & 
Pierre Paul Jalbert; 12Dec68; 
DU75H7 • 

SKITS THAT WIN, by Ruth Vaughn. 
Grand Rapids. Zondervan Pub. 
House. 64 p. © Zondervan Pub. House; 
3Jun68; A5185. 

SKULDUGGERY AT THE CROSSROADS; or, 
Dirty work in the oil patch, an old- 
time musical melodrama. Script & 
lyrics by Merrillyn YInger; music by 
Audrey Anderson. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Merrillyn E. Yinger & Audrey An- 
derson; 16JU168; DU72006. 

A SLAP OF THE HAMMER, a stage play in 
five scenes by Ronald H. Medak. 
1 v. © Ronald H. Medak; 30Aug68; 
DU72325 . 

THE SLAY RIDE, by Harry Young. 124 1. 
A screenplay. © Harry Young; 
9Dec68; DU73093. 

SLEEPING BEAUTY, a mini-maxi play by 
Lucile Brown. 41 1. 4 scenes. 
© Lucile Brown; 210ct68; DU72653. 

SLEEPWALKER, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 4 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 210ct68; C 21034 . 



SLEEPY HOLLAR; screenplay by Duke 

Yelton; music by Jo Hanson, pseud, of 
Ernest R. Johanson, & lyrics by 
Duke Yelton. 1 v. © Ernest R. 
Johanson & Duke Yelton; 9Sep68; 
DU72363. 

A SLIGHT IMPERFECTION, by Rick D. Paul, 
pseud, of Rockne D. Paolelll. 72 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Rockne D. 
Paolelli; 27Sep68; DU72579- 

SMOKE CREEK SAM, a one hour teleplay 
by Victor A. Pompilio. 36 1. 2 acts. 
© Victor A. Pompilio; l4Aug68; 
DU72181. 

SMOKE CREEK RANCH, by Victor A. Pompi- 
lio. Scripts 1-4. 4 v. Contents: 
Kill or die. — The crown prince. — All 
for the love of a horse. — Educated 
animals. ©Victor A. Pompilio; 
2^0ct68; DU72710-72711, 72708-7270?- 

SMOKE CREEK RANCH,- by Victor A. Pompi- 
lio. Scripts 5-7. 3 v. Contents: 
Hang 'im.— Figlio. — The white devil. 
© Victor A. Pompilio; 15Nov68; 
DU72922-72923, 72921. 

SMOTHERS COMEDY BROTHERS HOUR; selec- 
tions, Smothers Brothers album. 
1 v. A recording script. Appl. 
authors: T & D Music & Zany Music. 
© T & D Music & Zany Music; 9Dec68; 
C21190. 

THE SNOW QUEEN. See 

ANDERSEN'S FAIRY TALES. 

SNOW WHITE, a musical version of, by 
Richard KInter. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Richard Kinter; 17Dec68; DU73143- 



SNOW WHITE AND ROSE RED, dramatized 
by Lucile Brown from an early print- 
ing of the story by the Brothers 
Grimm. 34 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© Lucile Brown; 12Dec68; DU73H5- 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, a mini- 
maxi play by Lucile Brown. 32 1. 
2 scenes. © Lucile Brown; 210ct68; 
DU72652. 

SNOWFLAKE IN THE HOUSE, an original 
dramatic film script by Elsa Walden. 
86 1. © Elsa Walden; 8Jul68; DU71940. 

SOCIAL ENTERTAINING ACTIVITIES SCHOOL, 
by William Frank Purcell. 51 1. 
Lessons 1-24. © William Frank 
Purcell; 19Nov68; C21105 . 

SOCK IT TO US, SOLDIER; words by 
Ethel Long. Sheet. © Mary L. 
Yingst; lNov68; C2IO69. 

THE SOCRATES PLOT, by Winston Weathers. 
62 1. A play in 3 acts. © Winston 
Weathers; 25Nov68; DU72988. 

SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

SOILS See 

MAKING THINGS GROW. 

SOLDATEN; Nekrolog auf Genf, Trago'die 
by Rolf Hochhuth. Reinbek, Ger. , 
Rowohlt Verlag. 1 v. 2 plays. 
Contents: Everyman. --Das Londoner 
kleine Welttheater. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Rowohlt Verlag, 
G.M.B. H. ; 7Mar68; DF1937. 

A SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM FOUND IN THE 
EFFICIENCY OF THE TRICKLING FILTER 
AS INDICATED BY THE BIOCHEMICAL- 
OXYGEN-DEMAND TESTS, by Kurt Umbach. 
9 1. © Kurt Albert Umbach; 2Dec68; 
C 21154. 

SOME COOKS, SOME CROOKS, by Joao 
Duarte da Mota Cerveira. 44 1. A 
play in 2 acts. © Joao Duarte da 
Mota Cerveira; Uul68; DU71900. 

SOME FLOWERS BLOOM IN THE FALL, a come- 
dy, an original screen story by 
I. Bernard Bossom. 76 1. © I. Ber- 
nard Bossom; 5Dec68; DU73047. 

SOME LIKE IT RICH. See 
GREEN EXPECTATIONS. 

SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS, a satire in 
one act by Dorothy S. Brown. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 24 p. . S Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 17Jul68; DP6759. 

SOME OTHER TREE, by T. Bessette, pseud. 
of Theodora A. Wiedenmann. Folder. 
Recitation. © Sunbeam Music, Inc.; 
230ct68; C21001. 

SOME PREFER SORROW, a play in three 
acts by Donel Myers, pseud, of Don- 
ald L. Myers. 124 1. © Donald L. 
Myers; 12Aug68; DU72162. 

SOME VERSIONS OF MOLIERE ' S SCHOOL FOR 
WIVES, by J. I. Rodale. Emmaus, 
Pa., Rodale Books. 270 p. 
NM: compilation & 1 new work. 
© J. I. Rodale; 310ct68; DP6826. 

SOMEONE IN VIET NAM, by Vera Jones. 
2 sheets. © Vera Irene Jones; 
12Aug68; C20810. 



SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL, an original musi- 
cal in 12 scenes. Book by Janice 
Maruca, music & lyrics by Joe Bousard. 
1 v. © Janice Maruca & Joe Bousard; 
15JU168; DU71999- 



SOMEWHERE A COCKEYED CROWN, by Marilyn 
Ayers Hatch. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Marilyn Ayers Hatch; 30Dec68; 
DU73176. 

THE SON DEFENDS HIS MOTHER, by Jack 
Sadows, pseud, of Jacob Sadowsky. 
1 v. A play In 3 acts. © Jacob 
Sadowsky; 15Jul68; DU71987. 

SON DON'T PLAY WITH GUNS, by Larry Neal 
Culbertson. Sheet. © Larry Neal 
Culbertson; l8Nov68; C21185. 

THE SON OF JESSE JAMES, by Arthur 
Givens. 1 v. A play in two parts. 
© Arthur Givens; 3Uul68; DU72075. 

THE SONG IN THE SEA SHELL, a tale of 
enchantment in three scenes for young 
children by -Audree I. Young. 1st ed. 
San Francisco, Younghaven Publica- 
tions. 23 p. Includes music for 1 
song. © Audree I. Young; 23Aug68; 
DP6848. 

SONG OF THE ANVIL, by Bryan MacMahon. 
3 acts. (In 7 Irish plays, 1946- 
1964. Minneapolis, University of 
Minnesota Press, p. 183-246) 
© Bryan MacMahon; 6Nov§7; DP6792. 

THE SONG OF THE BUTCHER BLOCK, by Mark 
Daniels. 15 1. A play. © Mark 
Daniels; 280ct68; DU72729. 

THE SOPHISTICATION OF AMERICA, by Jack 
Adler. 31 1. A play. © Jack Adler; 
25Jul68; DU72111. 



SOUL MUSIC VERY LOUD. 
ROTTEN APPLE PIE. 



See 



SOUND WAVES YOU REALLY SEE; lecture by 
Kenneth G. Salem. 11 1. © Kenneth 
George Salem; 12Nov68; C21117. 

SOUTHERN GOTHIC. See 
A QUARTET FOR TWO. 

SOUVENIR SNAPSHOT, an original televi- 
sion play by Paul Dexter. 31 1. 
© Paul Dexter; 110ct68; DU72592. 

SPEAK THROUGH ANGELS, a play in two 
acts by Samuel H. Schwalb. 30 1. 
© Samuel H. Schwalb; 9Jul68; DU71950. 



THE SPECTACULAR KNIGHT, by Anne Rabun 
Ough. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Based on an anecdote from A tramp 
abroad, by Mark Twain. © Anne 
Rabun Ough; 26Sep68; DU72493. 



SPEECH BY MRS. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., 
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, AMERICAN 
FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY, AND 
MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES; by Coretta Scott 
King. 4 1. © Coretta Scott King; 
15Jul68; C20724. 



SPEECH BY MRS. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., 
SOLIDARITY DAY, LINCOLN MEMORIAL, 
by Coretta Scott King. 9 1. © Cor- 
etta Scott King; 15Jul68; C20723. 



SPEECH 9-25-68, MINISTERS LEADERSHIP 
TRAINING CONFERENCE, GREEN LAKE, 
WISCONSIN, MORNING SESSION, by 
Andrew Young. 26 1. A lecture. 
© Andrew Young; l60ct68; C20994. 



THE SPELLING GAME. 106 1. 'A script. 
Appl. author: McLendon Educational 
Corp. ©McLendon Educational Corp.; 
12Aug68; C20949. 



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July-Dec. 



THE SPIDER AND THE MARIONETTES; or, The 
Alan Dale story. Screenplay by Alan 
Dale a.k.a. Aldo Sigismondl. 155 1- 
Based on autobiography. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 17JUI65, A870463; 5Peb68; 
DP6624. © Aldo Sigismondl; 17Apr68; 
DP6737. 

DAS SPIEL UM LIEBE UND ZUFALL, von Pierre 
Carlet Chamblain de Marivaux. 
KomO'die in drel Akten aus dem 
Franzo'sischen Ubertragen von Richard 
Bletschacher. [Vienna] Universal 
Edition. 100 p. NM: German transla- 
tion. ©Universal Edition, A. G. ; 
31Jul68; DFO-1639. 

SPIRO WHO? A comedy of sorts by Bill 
Meyers (William W. Meyers) 51 1- 
© William M. Meyers; 20ct68; DU72837 . 

SPLITS, a play by Patrick Walsh. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Patrick Francis 
Walsh; 100ct68; DU72564. 

THE SQUARE TRIANGLE, an original melo- 
drama in three acts for stage or 
television by Shalom Zaksenberg. 
70 1. © Shalom Zaksenberg; 9Jul68; 
DU71947- 

THE SSSSLITHERING SSSSCOURGE; or, How 
St. Patrick faked the snakes. By 
Lawrence B. Rosenfeld & Martin Mann. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 
12 p. 3 scenes. © Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
lSep68; DP6878. 

STAGE PLAY, MIDNIGHT MASS, by Stan 
Thomas (Stanley Charles Thomas) 
20 1. A play. © Stanley Charles 
Thomas; 3Sep68; DU72310. 

STAND, MY SONS, STAND; words by Hazel 
L. Cottington. Sheet. © Hazel L. 
Cottington; 29Nov68; C21152. 

STANDING IN THE SHADOWS, by Anna Kainen. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Anna 
Kainen; 19Jul68; DU72046. 

THE STANISLAVSKI SYSTEM, by Sonia Moore. 
1 v. 13 lectures. © Sonia Moore; 
l6Dec68; C21224. 

STANLEY KETCHEL VS. ROCKY GRAZIANO. 

THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 



STAR QUEEN, a Christmas play by Lucile 
Brown. 24 1. Includes lyrics for 1 
song. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Lucile Brown; 150ct68; DU72630. 



STAR QUEEN, a Christmas play by Lucile 
Brown. 28 p. (100 Mini-maxi plays) 
3 scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l6Sep68, DU72630. © Lucile Brown; 
3Nov68; DP6835. 



THE STAR WITHOUT A NAME, by Michael 
Sebastian, translation by Hermina 
Vlasopolos. 85 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Hermina Vlasopolos; 
9Sep68; DU72351. 



STARLIGHT HILL, by Evelyn Dorio (Evelyn 
D. Nicolais) 85 1. A play in 3 
scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Captain of the twenty mule team, 
l6jan67. NM: revision & additions. 
© Evelyn D. Nicolais; 26Aug68; 
DU72263. 



THE STATE VS. SIEGFRIED GOTTGETREU, 
a drama in two acts, with epilogue, 
by Edward Sherby. 66 1. © Edward 
Sherby; l6jul68; DU72003. 



STATEMENT-PIE, by Laia Hanau. 3 1. 
Monolog. © Laia Hanau; 24jul68; 
C20738. 



THE STEADFAST TIN SOLDIER. 
ANDERSEN'S FAIRY TALES. 



See 



THE STEEL CRYPT, a drama in three acts 
by J. Douglas Halford. 122 1. 
© J. Douglas Halford; 12Aug68; 
DU72156. 



STELLA'S E'EN, a dream of the tran- 
qullized yet elevated mood by Nancy 
Henderson. 84 1. A play in 2 parts. 
© Nancy Henderson; 17Dec68; DU73142. 

STEPHEN D., a play in two acts adapted 
by Hugh Leonard from James Joyce's 
A portrait of the artist as a young 
man and Stephen Hero. New York, Dra- 
matists Play Service. 66 p. Appl. 
states prev. pub. 1964. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Hugh Leonard & the 
executor of the Estate of the late 
James Aloysius Joyce; LAug68; DP6855. 

STOKES' URBAN PLAN, an engineer's solu- 
tion to the ghetto problem, by 
Samuel J. Stokes. 6 1. Lecture. 
© Samuel J. Stokes; 4Nov68; C21050. 

STONE THE CROWS, a play by David Havi- 
land. 98 1. A musical play. Book 
only. © David Havlland; 21Nov68; 
DU72965. 

A STOP FROM HERE TO THERE, a play in 
one act by Harry Michael Bagdasian. 
34 1. © Harry Michael Bagdasian; 
l6Sep68; DU72399. 

STOP SMOKING, by Mervyn K. Wagner. 
11 1. A recording script. 
© Mervyn K. Wagner; 13Sep68; 

c 20890. 

THE STORE, a play in three acts by 
M. A. Kronberg. 102 1. © Meyer A. 
Kronberg; l4Nov68; DU72912. 

STORIES. See 

THE EDUCATION OF HYMAN KAPIAN. 

STORIES ABOUT COLORS. Production 
no.S134-l— S134-6. 1 v. A film 
script. Appl. author: Coronet In- 
structional Films. © Coronet In- 
structional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; 27Sep68; C20930. 

THE STORY OF LIFE, in 1 act; book, 
lyrics & music by Ben Samberg 
(Benjamin Samberg) 4 1. © Bell 
Enterprises, Inc.; 220ct68; DP6825 . 

THE STORY OF 0, a screenplay by 
Kenneth Lerner & Douglas Glen. 
1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
6Nov65, A901303. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Kenneth Lerner & 
Douglas Glen; l8Nov68; DU72961. 

STRADDLEBUG; three one-act musical plays, 
book, music & lyrics by David Peter- 
son. 2 v. Contents: I. The Rlpleys; 

II. Bacon and the preacher; 

III. Flaxen. Adapted from the 
stories of Hamlin Garland. © David 
C. Peterson; 24jul68; DU72039. 

THE STRANGE GIFTS, by Lindonsue, pseud, 
of Jean Sanders. 14 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Jean Sanders; 280ct68; 
DU72728. 

STRANGE VOYAGE, by Mende Brown. 1st 
draft. 114 1. A screenplay. Based 
on a story by Jules Verne. © A. I. 
Massler; l4Nov68; DU72951. 



THE STRANGER, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 7 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 4Dec68; C21215. 

STRANGER IN MY HOUSE; screenplay by 

William A. Packer, pseud, of Packer A. 

William. 1st version. 168 1. 

© Packer A. William; 20Nov68; DU72937. 

A STREAMLINED MONTHLESS CALENDAR, a 
lecture for oral delivery on the sub- 
ject of calendar reform by Thomas 
Sanfran Miyada. 16 1. © Thomas 
Sanfran Miyada; 12Sep68; C20983. 

THE STRIKERS, a film play by Joel M. 
Reed. 69 1. © Joel M. Reed; 5Jul68; 
DU71934. 

A STRING OF BANJOS; original screenplay 
by Tom Miller. 124 1. © Tom Miller; 
5Dec68; DU73049. 

THE STRINGED INSTRUMENTS IN OUR SYM- 
PHONY ORCHESTRA, PROGRAM E; video- 
tape project written, produced & 
directed by Charles Blackman. 18 1. 
A recording script. © Charles Black- 
man; 30Dec68; C21245. 

THE SUBSCRIBER, a play in one act by 
Robert J. Thompson. 26 1. © Robert 
J. Thompson; 30Jul68; DU72141. 

SUBSTITUTE MOTHER, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Dorothy Aguilar. 30 1. © Dorothv 
Aguilar; 4Nov68; DU72808. 

THE SUCCESS GAME, a musical comedy; 
book & lyrics by James S. Kerr, 
music by Norma E. Leary; conductors 
score arranged by Sam A. D'Angelo. 
Jamestown, Pa., Noran Pub. 4 v. 
2 acts. © Noran Pub., Inc.; 120ct68; 
DP6850. 

SUCCESSFUL EMPLOYMENT. 54 1. A radio 
script. Appl. author: McLendon 
Educational Corp. © McLendon Educa- 
tional Corp.; 23Sep68; C20942. 

THE SUCCULENTS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

SUCH A LUCKY WOMAN. See 

GOODBYE FLIGHT SIXTY-SIX TO ISTANBUL, 
BOMBAY AND TOKYO. 



SUCH IS LIFE. 
KING NICOLO. 



See 



SUCH SHORT TIME, an original story 

written and adapted for television by 
Ila Allen. 30 1. © Ila Allen; 
29Jul68; DU72061. 

SUGAR RAY ROBINSON VS. MICKEY WALKER. 
THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 

SUGAR RAY ROBINSON VS. RUBY BOB 
FITZSIMMONS. See 
THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 

SUICIDE PROHIBITED IN SPRINGTIME, by 
Alejandro Casona, translated by Adam 
D. Horvath. 3 acts. (In Modern 
Spanish theatre. New York, Dutton. 
p. 239-307) © Adam Horvath; l4Mar68; 
DP6780. 

SUICIDE QUEUE, a one act comedy by 
Heddy E. Rossi. 22 1. © Heddy E. 
Rossi; 10Sep68; DU72338. 

SULPHUR RIVER BOTTOM, an East Texas 
legend by Don Braswell. 64 1. 
A musical play in 5 scenes. Book 
& lyrics only. © Don Merton Bras- 
well; 70ct68; DU72578. 



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SUMMER HANGING PLANTS. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

THE SUMMER MORNING VISITOR, a comedy by 
Bernard Sabath. 17 1. © Bernard 
Sabathj 12Nov68; DU72914. 

SUMMER OF '42; first draft screenplay 
by Herman Raucher. 144 1. © Herman 
Raucher; 3Sep68; DU72317. 

SUMMER ROSES, by Robert C. Nutt. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Robert C. Nutt; 
13Nov68; DU72900. 



SUMMER SESSION, a play in three acts by 
David A. Park. 1 v. © David A. Park; 
110ct68; DU72590. 



SUMMERING HOUSE PLANTS. 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 



See 



SUMMERTREE, by Ron Cowen. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service. 64 p. 
A play in 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 25Jun68, DU71863. NM: addition 
& revision. © Ron Cowen; l6Sep68; 
DP6833 . 

THE SUN BATHERS, an original script by 
Harold Becker. 120 1. A play in 
26 scenes. © Harold Becker; 
2Aug68; DU72104. 



SUNDAY, a children's play with music 
& magic by Igors Gavon, pseud, of 
Igors Gajevskis & Dean Crane, words 
& music by Dean Crane. 1 v. 
8 scenes. © Igors Gavon & Dean 
Crane; 310ct68; DU72771. 

SUNSPOT. See 
BLOSSOM. 

THE SUPER CRIME FIGHTER, an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Robert Boutwell. 30 1. 
© Robert Boutwell; 24Sep68; DU72452. 

SUPPLEMENT TO I WISH I COULD SEE 

WHERE I WERE GOING, another revue of 
life and the church by James C. 
Huffstutler. 1 v. Includes lyrics 
for 2 songs & music for 1 song. 
© James C. Huffstutler; 15Jul68; 
DP6757 . 

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL POLICE, by Etcetera, 
Inc. 1 v. 12 television scripts. 
©Etcetera, Inc.; 25Jul68; C20790. 

THE SURFACE OF WATER, a television 
play by John Lewin. 47 1. 2 acts. 
© John Lewin; 4Sep68; DU7233 1 *. ■ 

THE SURVIVORS, a play in three acts, 
five scenes by Jo Sinclair, pseud, of 
Ruth Seid. 2 v. © Ruth Seid; 
70ct68; DU72548. 

THE SUSPENSION SYSTEM, a screenplay by 
Donald R. Boyle. 141 1. © Donald 
R. Boyle; 12Aug68; DU72159. 

THE SWALLOW, by Ernesto Fuentes. 

13 1. A play. © Ernesto D. Fuentes; 
4Nov68; DU72795- 

SWEET CERISE, a play in three acts by 
Earl Wennergren. 113 1- © Earl Wen- 
nergren; l80ct68; DU72643. 



SWEETER WORDS; screenplay by David 
Wolfe. 15 1. © David J. Wolfe; 
30Sep68; DU72486. 

SWTNGIN' CAT. See 
THE MERRY HEART. 



SWITCH ON - SWITCH OFF, and other plays 
by Janet McNeill (Janet Alexander) 
with foreword & suggestions for school 
use by Eric Dare. London, Faber & 
Faber. 155 p. 6 plays. © Janet 
McNeill; 22Apr68; DFO-I618. 

SWUNG; three one act plays by Rick 
Lenz (Richard P. Lenz ) 1 v. Con- 
tents: See all the people. --Swung. -- 
Polishing shuffle board pucks. 
© Richard P. Lenz; 21Aug68; DU72229- 

SWUNG; three one act plays by Rick Lenz 
(Richard -P. Lenz) 1 v. Contents: 
See all the people. — Swung. — Polishing 
shuffle board pucks. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 21Aug68, DU72229. NM: 
revision. © Richard P. Lenz; l8Dec68; 
DU73145 . 

SYMBOL OF A NATION, an original story 
written & adapted for' television by 
Elsie M. Westrick. 30 1. © Elsie 
M. Westrick; 4Nov68; DU728OO. 

SYMBOLINE, a modern drama in three acts 
by Frank Dodd Lawrence. 71 1. 
© Frank Dodd Lawrence; 9Aug68; 
DU72154. 

THE SYNCOPATED COIN-OPERATED FULLY-AUTO- 
MATIC LAUNDROMAT, by Michael Pitkow. 
1 v. A play. © Michael Pitkow; 
19Dec68; DU73148. 



TAHITIAN HOLIDAY, by Lodovico Lorlto. 
100 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l6Jun64, DU60395. NM: 
title change & revisions. © JTL 
Enterprises, Inc.; 1Nov68; DU72933. 

TAIN'T LOADED, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 6 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 300ct68; C21084. 

TAKE MY HAND, an original story 

written & adapted for television by 
Hazel M. Flora. 31 1. © Hazel M. 
Flora; 4Nov68; DU72804. 

TAKE WORDS; script developed for the 
series of 16 programs designed as 
part of the course Children's Lit- 
erature by Doris Young Kuhn. 1 v. 
© Doris Young Kuhn; 3Uul68; C20752. 

TALENT, LIKE MURDER, WILL OUT! An opera 
buff a in one act; music by Daryl 
Hanson; libretto by Bert Stimmel. 
1 v. © Bert Stimmel & Daryl Hanson; 
220c t68; DU72741. 

TALISMAN, by Virginia Rowe. 136 1. 
A screenplay. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 27Dec66, DU67511. NM: addi- 
tions, revisions & new title. 
© Virginia C. Rowe; 30Sep68; 
DU72491. 

TALISMAN. See 
THREE COMEDIES. 

TAMING OF THE SHREW. See 

CHRISTOPHER SLY. 

TANGLEWOOD TALES. See 

THE GOLDEN TOUCH. 

TAPE FROM HOME, by Lucille Hauser. 
4 1 A play. © Lucille Hauser; 
15JU168; DU71998. 

TAPS, by John Beverly, pseud, of 
George Washington. 30 1. (Holly- 
wood theatre of the air) A play for 
radio in 14 scenes. © Maria Anetta 
Washington; 23Sep68; DU72441. 



TAR BEACH, a play in two acts by 

Michael McGrinder. 112 1. © Michael 
McGrinder; 25Sep68; DU72501. 

TEA AND SCUM, by Zella Bavarre, pseud, 
of Stella Gropper. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Stella Gropper; 29Aug68: 
DU72332. 

A TEASPOON EVERY FOUR HOURS, by Bernard 
Weber & Mike Mortman. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Suite 2B Management 
Corp.; 5Nov68; DU72932. 

A TEJAS ROSE, a five act musical drama 
by Jay Penn, pseud, of Jerre Penning- 
ton Dulock. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Jerre Pennington Dulock; 280ct68; 
DU72714 . 

THE TELL-TALE HARP, a musical story 
for actors, singers and instrumental- 
ists; words by Paul Townsend, music 
by John Paynter. London, Chappell. 
32 p. (Group music making series) 
Full score. © Chappell & Co., Ltd.; 
19Jul68; DFO-1633. 

TELL THE STARS, by Robert Kornfeld. 
37 1. A play. © Robert Kornfeld; 
13Nov68; DU72901. 

TEMPER VS. SOUL, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Laura Frace . 32 1. © Laura Frace; 
24Sep68; DU72454 . 

TEN GREAT ONE ACT PLAYS; edited & 

with an introd. by Morris Sweetkind. 

New York, Bantam Books. 198 p. 

(Bantam world drama, ST4130) 

NM: introd. & editorial revision. 

© Bantam Books, Inc.; 6May68; A30633. 



TEN-KEY; initial recording for Monitor 
Instruction Program by Marvin W. 
Hempel. 1 v. (Business Machines 
Series) © Educational Research 
Associates; 24jun68; C20778. 

THE TENDERFOOT DRUGGIST, a one hour 

teleplay by Victor A. Pompilio. 49 1. 
© Victor A. Pompilio; lljul68; 
DU71968. 



THE TENOR; 
by Ernst 
German, 
translat 
version 
From the 
Carl Ste 
states p 
NM: Engl 
Music Co 



comic opera in 3 acts; music 

von Dohnanyi. Libretto, in 
by Erne Goth; Hungarian 
ion by Zsolt Harsanyi; English 
by Geoffrey Dunn. 20 1. 

comedy Btirger Schippel, by 
rnheim. Libretto. Appl. 
rev. reg. lSep28, EFOR4347. 
ish translation. © Octava 
Ltd.; 3Dec68; DU72930. 



TENTH AND GREENWICH, woman's house of 
detention; words & music by Melvin 
Van Peebles. 2 sheets. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 13Nov68; C21125. 



TERATOLOGIC AL STUDY IN FOUR ACTS. 
THE PERPETUAL EXILE. 



See 



TEST OF LOVE, a comedy in two acts by 
William Shaw. 93 1. © William C. 
Shaw; 22Nov68; DU72968. 

THANKS FOR ALL THE MILES, by Dave 
Dudley. Sheet. © Newkeys- Music, 
Inc.; 9Sep68; C20884. 

THAT GROOVY GURU, a full-length comedy 
by Christopher Sergei. Dramatic Pub. 
Co. 90 p. 2 acts. © Christopher 
Sergei; 80ct68; DP6810. 

THAT MY LIFE. See 
TROUBLE MAKING FOOL. 



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July-Dec. 



THAT RASCAL CAPT. WILLY MOUSE, by John 
E. Varney. 6 1. Monolog. © John E. 
Varney; 7Aug68; C21113. 

THAT SNOWBALL WAS LOADED, a comedy in 
three acts by Bill Hufham. 134 1. 
A play. Appl. states prev. reg. 
70ct66, DU66967. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Billy Gary Hufham; 
6Aug68; DU72126. 

THAT THIS NATION UNDER GOD, a drama 
concerning the founding of the 
secret service in the United 
States ... by Gerald Zoffer. 93 1. 
2 acts. © Gerald Zoffer; 25Sep68; 
DU72473. 

THAT'S MY STYLE, a new musical; book by 
William Dorsey Blake, music & lyrics 
by Joseph Richter. 2 v. 2 acts. 
Based on the novel Scaramouche, by 
Rafael Sabatini. © William Dorsey 
Blake & Joseph Alan Richter; 22Nov68; 
DU72915. 

THEATRE IV, by Arthur Adamov. M. le 
Modere; Le Printemps 71. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 275 P- ©Editions 
Gallimard; 30May68; DFO-I63O. 



THEATRE RECORDING SOCIETY FOLIO. 
THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. 
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. 



See 



THEATRE II: La Bafouille, et al. By 
Bernard Zimmer . Paris, La Table 
Ronde. 400 p. 6 plays. ©Editions 
de La Table Ronde; 10Sep68; 
DFO-I636. 

THEATRO, by Eugene Yanni. 75 1. 

A play in 3 pt. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 9Feb63, DU57151- NM: editorial 
revision. © Eugene Yanni; 4Nov68; 
DU72822. 

THEFAMILYETCETERA, PT. Ill: GIVE MY 
LOVE TO THE FOLKS. By Arnold Powell. 
49 1. A play. © Arnold Powell; 
l8Sep68; DU72417. 

THEORY ANALYSIS TO LEGAL PROBLEMS, 
ATTORNEYSHIP TO LAW, by Albert New- 
ton. 3 1. A lecture. ©Albert 
Maxwell Newton; 19Aug68; C20905. 

THERE ISN'T ANY SANTA CLAUS, a play in 
three acts by Wayne Maxwell. 1 v. 
© Wayne F. Maxwell, Jr.; 110ct68; 
DU72588. 

THERE WAS A LITTLE BOY, a play about 
the importance of communication be- 
tween parents and children by Barbara 
Kay Davidson; suggestions for discus- 
sion leaders by Olive H. Biggar. New 
York, Mental Health Materials Center. 
40 p. © Barbara Kay Davidson; 
17Jun68; DP6828. 

THESE MODERN PARENTS; written by La- 
Verne Re id. 16 p. A play in 3 
scenes. © LaVerne Re id; 20Jul68; 
DP6813. 

THESE RICH ISLANDS, by Ruth Bender. 
53 1. A play in 3 acts. © Ruth 
Bender; 8Jan69; DU73165. 

THEY DON'T NAME THE PARTS, THOUGH, a 
short play by Lee Blessing. 20 1. 
1 act. © Lee K. Blessing; 31Jul68; 
DU72083. 

THEY TOLD ME THAT YOU CAME THIS WAY, 
a play in one act by David Epstein. 
21 1. © David H. Epstein; 2Jul68; 
DU7191t. 

THEY WERE EXPENDABLE, an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion by Mildred Goodman. 30 1. 
© Mildred Goodman; 24Sep68; DU72455. 

THICKER THAN BLOOD, an original tele- 
play for Big Valley by Jackie 
Bell. 93 1. 6 acts. © Jackie 
Beth Bell; 4Sep68; DU72336. 



THING A LING, SCARED CROW; words by 
Jacques Wilson, music by Mort Garson. 
Folder. Recitation. © La Brea 
Music & Emanay Music Co.; 25Nov68; 
C21212. 

THING. OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER. 

ROTTEN APPLE PIE. 

THINGS WENT BADLY IN WESTPHALIA, a play 
by Martin Sherman. 67 1. © Martin 
G. Sherman; 280ct68; DU72724 . 

THINK TANK; or, The muse. A voice play 
for male & female voices & electronic 
sounds by Henry C. Timm. 8 1. 
© Henry Christian Timm; 4Dec68; 
DU73042. 

THINK YOUR WAY TO A MILLION, a play in 
three acts by Carol Lynn Pearson. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 78 p. 
©Dramatic Pub. Co.; l8Sep68; 
DP6795. 

THE THIRD DEGREE, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 4 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 4Dec68; C21214. 

THE THIRTY SECOND PIGGY BACK, by Law- 
rence Berger. 114 1. A screenplay. 
© Lawrence Berger; 17Sep68; 
DU72411. 

THIS AGE; written & produced by Jose- 
phine Hubbard. 16 1. Script. 
© This Age, Inc.; 3Sep68; C20895 . 

THIS FAMILY, a comedy-drama in three 
acts by Rose Saffron. 100 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 28jun35 , D36160. 
NM: additions. © Rose Saffron; 
10Dec68; DU75147. 

THIS IS THE HOUSE THAT MARY MOLAR BUILT, 
by Carolyn Sue Hoberman. 4 1. Lec- 
ture. © Carolyn Sue Hoberman; 3Sep68; 
C20866. 
THIS TIME OF YOUR LIFE; record dialogue 
by Media Medica. 1 v. 3 parts. 
© Media Medlca, Inc.; 15Aug68; 
C20796. 

THOSE CONFUSING SKIN LESIONS, by Eli 
Lilly & Co. 1 v. Script. © Eli 
Lilly & Co.; l6Aug68; C20799. 

THREE CLASSICAL PLAYS; introd. & notes 
by Vincent Guilloton. Le Cid, by 
Corneille; Andromaque, by Racine; 
Le misanthrope, by Moliere. New York, 
Dell Pub. Co. (8837) 272 p. (The 
Laurel language library. French se- 
ries, general editor, Germaine Bree) 
Appl. author: Dell Pub. Co., Inc., 
employer for hire. NM: introd., 
chronology, notes & bibliography. 
©Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 19Sep68; 
A20701. 

THREE COMEDIES, by Johann Nestroy; 
translated by Max Knight 5: Joseph 
Fabry; foreword by Thornton Wilder. 
A man full of nothing; The talisman; 
Love affairs and wedding bells. New 
York, F. Ungar Pub. Co. 258 p. 
NM: foreword & translation. © Max 
Knight & Joseph Fahry; 29Sep68; 
A3402 . 

THREE DRAMAS OF W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM. 
The letter; The sacred flame; For 
services rendered. New York, 
Washington Square Press. 263 p. 
© Washington Square Press, Inc.; 
15May68; A5405. 

THREE FACES OF LOVE, an American play 
with a continental slant by Pascal 
Biancardo & Lilly Shaw Blancardo, 
music by Tony Carter, pseud, of An- 
thony Biancardi. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Includes music & lyrics to 1 song. 
© Pascal Biancardo & Lilly Shaw 
Biancardo; 13Dec68; DU73002. 

THE THREE FACES OF THE SUN; lecture 
by Olga Chalaire. 14 1. © Olga 
Chalaire; 9Sep68; C20870. 



THREE FEET TO GERMANY; written by 
Herman Raucher . 156 1. A screen- 
play. Herman Raucher; 6Dec68; 
DU73076. 

THREE FOR THE MARRIAGE, by Leeann 
Kerry. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Leeann Kerry; 
29Jul68; DU72108. 

THE THREE MUSKETEERS, by Peter Raby. 
118 1. A play in 40 scenes. 
Adapted from Dumas' novel. © Peter 
Raby; 30ct68; DU72494. 

THREE PLAYS BY PLAUTUS, translated by 
Paul Roche. New York, New American 
Library. 288 p. (A Mentor classic, 
MY83O) Contents': Amphitryon. -- 
Major Bullshot-Gorgeous. — The pris- 
oners. © Paul Roche; 30Jun68; 
AIO3O3. 

THREE PLAYS IN A PATIO, by Laura H. 
Kerr (Laura H. Kerr Rivkin) 1 v. 
Contents: For the best performance. — 
Interview with an actress. — Every 
girl's dream. © Laura K. Rivkin; 
l6Sep68; DU72401. 

THREE-QUARTERS OF AN HOUR, a short . 
play by Bernard W. Sznycer. 25 1. 
© Bernard W. Sznycer & Katharine 
Sergava; Uul68; DU71904 . 

THREE SONS, a play by Richard Lortz. 
96 1. 2 acts. ©Richard Lortz; 
23Sep68; DU72445. 

THREE TOP HATS, by Miguel Mihura, 
translated by Marcia Cobourn Well- 
warth. 3 acts. (In Modern Spanish 
theatre. New York, Dutton. 
p. 127-194) © Marcia Wellwarth; 
l4Mar68; DP6778. 

THREE WAY MARRIAGE, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 12 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 4Dec68; C21213. 

THUNDER ROCK. See 

PLAYS OF THREE DECADES. 

THUONG DE TOAN NANG KHIEN NGUOI TOAN 
THANG (God omnipotent makes man 
triumphant) The text of an address 
on Christian Science by Noel D. 
Bryan- Jones . 19 1. Vietnamese; 
title transliterated. Appl. states 
prev. reg. CI6072 & BB24965 . © Noel 
D. Bryan-Jones; 13Sep68p C20914. 

THE THWARTING OF BARON BOLLIGREW, a 
play in two acts by Robert Bolt. 
London, Heinemann. 93 p. © Robert 
Bolt; 12Dec66; DF1942. 

THY WILL BE DONE, a play in three acts 
by Robert Ogden, pseud, of Walter 
Robert SimDson. 52 1. © Robert 
Ogden; 9Sep68; DU72353. 

TIERRA DE DOS MONTANAS, by Jon E. 
Weaver. 23 1. Play. English. 
© Jon E. Weaver; 19Aug68; DU72213. 

TIGER FLOWERS VS. ROCKY GRAZIANO. See 
THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 

TIGEROO, an original story & screen- 
play by Chuck Milligan (Charles 
Luther Milligan) 145 1. © Charles 
L. Milligan; 70ct68; DU72614. 

TILL DEATH DO US PART, a three act play 
by Ron Dultz . 1 v. © Ron Dultz; 
8Jul68; DU71936. 

TIME IN THE BALANCE, a one-act choral 
drama by Eve McFall. New York, - 
Friendship Press. 32 p. © Friend- 
ship Press, Inc.; 7Mar68; DP6747. 

TIME OF THE PROMISE GREEN, by Scat 
Lorimer, pseud, of Martha Ayers 
Fuentes. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 6Dec65, 
DU64584. NM: additions. © Martha 
A. Fuentes; 12Jul68; DU71971- 



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THE TIME OF THE SLOBS, by Plncus W. 
Tell. 1 v. A play In 3 acts. 
© Pincus W. Tell; l6Aug68; DU72200. 

TIME OUT FOR PROPAGANDA; tapes 1-9. 
1 v. Recording script. Appl. au- 
thor: Education Unlimited Corp. 
© Education Unlimited Corp.; I40ct68; 
C20979. 

TIME OUT FOR SEMANTICS; tape 1-10. 1 v. 
Recording scripts. Appl. author: 
Education Unlimited Corp. © Educa- 
tion Unlimited Corp; l4Nov68; C21116. 

TIME RAN OUT; shooting sciipt written 
by Ernie P. Grottola. 155 1. 
Originally titled The price of retri- 
bution. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2Aug65, DU63876. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Ernie Pat Grottola; 
12Nov68; DU72829. 

THE TIMID DRAGON, a comedy in one act 
by Tim Kelly. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. 
Co. 32 p. © Tim Kelly; 20ct68; 
DP6809. 

TIMING THE WILLCOX & GIBBS 500 MACHINE, 
by Arthur Miller. 10 1. Lecture. 
© Willcox & GIbbs, Inc.; Iljul68; 
C20771. 

TIMOTHY, by Timothy Davison. Sheet. 
Narration with music. © Timothy 
Davison; 5Aug68; C20758. 

TIMOTHY LANG, a play in three acts by 
C. K. Catgenova. 173 1. © Charles 
Keith Catgenova; 2Dec68; DU73023. 

TIN EAR, by Donald 0. Dyal, pseud, of 
Thomas Erskine Smith. 59 1. A play 

I in 2 acts. © Thomas Erskine Smith; 
17JU168; DU72007. 
TO ANCHOR A CLOUD, a play in three 
■ acts by Dilip Hiro. 75 1. 

© Dilip K. Hiro; 22Aug68; DU72237- 

TO BE MENTIONED IN THE NEWSPAPER. See 
BEN BENTLE. 

TO BURY A COUSIN, a two act play by 
Gus Weill. New York, Dramatists Play 
Service. 70 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 8Mar66, DU70946. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Gus Weill; 280ct68; 
DP6830. 

TO EACH HIS THUNDER, WIND AND RAIN. 

TOMORROW WITH LOVE. 

TO HELL AND BACK, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Kathleen Pickett. JO 1. © Kathleen 
Pickett; 4Nov68; DU72789. 

TO MARKET, TO MARKET; lecture by Mary 
Howell Eliason. 10 1. © Mary 
Howell Eliason; 9Sep68; C21023. 

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, an original 
screenplay by Jack Cole & Carole 
Kane. 106 1. © Cokane Productions; 
30Dec68; DU73127. 

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I LOVE YOU, 
by Edward Gllmore. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Edward J. Gilmore, Jr.; 
5Sep68; DU72344. 

TO YOU; words & music by Michael R. 
Seller. Sheet. Recitation with 
music. © Michael R. Seller; 15Jul68; 
C20729. 

TOBACCO AND CANCER SCARE, by Thomas 
Sanfran Miyada. 18 1. Lecture. 
© Thomas Sanfran Miyada; l4Aug68; 
C20794. 

TOGETHER. See 
QUARTET . 

TOMORROW WITH LOVE (To each his thunder , 
wind and rain) By Thomas Joseph 
Quirk, Jr. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 29May67, 



DU68235. NM: additions & revisions. 
©Thomas Joseph Quirk, Jr.; 30Sep68; 
DU72492. 

TOO LATE, by Willie Banks. 3 1. Reci- 
tation. ©Lion Pub. Co., Inc.; 
300ct68; C21043- 

TOUR. See 

APPLE PIE. 
TOUR DE FARCE. See 

FROM ABOVE THE CLOUDS. 

TOUR THROUGH BOOKLAND, by Judith Marie 
Garson, musical score by Kenneth J. 
Behrens. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Judith Marie Garson & Kenneth 
Joseph Behrens; 8Nov68; DU72858. 

TOURS OF BALTIMORE, by Robert Willis. 
Tour 1-2. 1 v. Lecture. © Algerson 
Enterprises, Inc.; 280ct68; C21053. 

THE TOWER OF BABEL, a mystery play by 
Arthur Morey, music by Robert Paul. 
2 v. A musical play in 3 acts. 
©Arthur J. Morey & Robert A. Paul; 
26Jul68; DU72049. 

THE TOWN MUSICIANS OF BREMEN, a puppet 
musical play in one act, five scenes 
by Mary Reiter Sherman. 79 1. Af- 
ter a tale by The Brothers Grimm. 
© Mary Reiter Sherman; 19Aug68; 
DU72204 . 

TOYS, a one act play by Barbara Bern- 
hardt. 7 1. © Barbara Ann Bern- 
hardt; l6Sep68; DU72409. 

TRADER AL SWENSON FORD, by Eugene 

Robert Tanz. Sheet. An advertising 
script. © Cox & Tanz Advertising 
Agency; 13Dec68; C21205. 

TRAGEDY; edited by Ashley Brown & John 
L. Kimmey. Columbus, Ohio, C. E. 
Merrill Pub. Co. 268 p. (Modes of 
literature series) © Charles E. 
Merrill Pub. Co.; 300ct68; A28686. 

TRAGICOMEDY; edited by Ashley Brown & 
John L. Kimmey. Columbus, Ohio, 
C. E. Merrill Pub. Co. 245 p. 
(Modes of literature series) 
© Charles E. Merrill Pub. Co.; 
280c t68; A28689. 

TRAGI-COMIC, SATIRIC FARCE WITH MOST OF 
THE CHARACTERS MISSING. See 
FATHER ISHMAEL ABRAHAMSON. 
TRAMP ABROAD. See 

THE SPECTACULAR KNIGHT. 

THE TRANSCENDENCE OF LUCIUS, THE PSYCH- 
EDELIC RANGER, a mass in three acts 
by Yitzhac Kahn (Ralph Kahn) 42 1. 
© Ralph Kahn; l4Nov68; DU72910. 

TRANSFERMAN; written by Murray Figman. 
The ledge of doom; Bandltos; The 
beagle.. 1 v. 3 plays. © Murray 
Figman; 31Dec68; DU73185. 

THE TRANSIENTS, a play in two acts by 
Anthony Caputl. 131 1. © Anthony 
Caputi; 240ct68; DU72695. 

TRANSLATION KEY FOR PLAUTUS FOR READING 
AND PRODUCTION, by Allan C. Gillingham 
& Eric C. Baade. Captivi, Curculio, 
Mostellaria, with five scenes from 
other comedies. Scott, Foresman. 
63 p. © Scott, Foresman & Co.; 
4Nov68; A31392. 

THE TRAVELING SALESMAN, by Pigmeat 
Markham (Dewey Markham) 5 1. 
A recording script. © Dewey Markham; 
210c t 68; C 21037. 

TREBOR THE LEAF, by Flory Kraft. 36 1. 
A screenplay. © Flory Kraft; 
17Sep68; DU72415. 

TREES OF EDEN, by Ida Wilson Pinkney. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 25Mar63, DU57367. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Ida 
Wilson Pinkney; 27Sep68; DU72463. 



TREVOR. See 

LITTLE BOXES. 
THE TRIAL, by Pigmeat Markham (Dewey 

Markham) 11 1. A script. 

© Dewey Markham; 210ct68; C21033. 

THE TRIAL OF A. LINCOLN, a dramatic in- 
quest by James Damico. 100 1. 
A play. © James Damico; 19Dec68; 
DU73150. 

THE TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF AN AIR- 
LINE STEWARDESS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
John Picchiarollo. 31 1. © John 
Picchiarollo; 27Aug68; DU72282. 

TRIO FOR TWO. See 
A QUARTET FOR TWO. 

TRISTAN; ballett von Tatjana Gsovsky, 
music von Boris Blacher. Berlin, 
Bote & Bote. Folder. Libretto. 
© Bote & Bote; 19Jan68; DFO-I615. 

TROISIEME CONCERTO. See 

LA FORET NOIRE & LE TROISIEME 
CONCERTO. 

TROUBLE MAKING FOOL; written by Larry 
Mullins. 207 1. A screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as That my 
life, 2Jan68, DU70453. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Larry Curtis Mullins; 
20Nov68; DU72960. 

THE TRUE WAR DANCE OF YANKEE- REELS , a 
comedy by Robert A. Jacobs. 76 1. 
11 scenes. © Robert A. Jacobs; 
12Sep68; DU72375. 

TRUMPETS - FIVE; one act plays for re- 
ligious drama by Michelle Condre. 
1 v. 5 plays. © Michelle Condre; 
170ct68; DU72620. 

TRUTH-RITE, by B. A. McQuistian. 
79 1. Television script for Star 
trek, one hour science fiction 
series. © Bridgit McQuistian; 
l4oct68; DU72978. 

THE TRUTH THAT HEALS, a Christian 

Science lecture by Jules Cern. Fold- 
er. © Jules Cern; 20ct68; C20936. 

TRUTH TO TELL, a tale of the Under- 
ground Railroad by George Dear. 
39 1. A play. © George Dear; 
2Dec68; DU73017. 

TSAR BORIS, a play in two acts by Rich- 
ard Reichman. 71 1. © Richard 
Reichman; 25Sep68; DU72474 . 

TUESDAY NIGHT AT THE MORTUARY, a play 
in one act by James Basche. 26 1. 
© James R. Basche, Jr.; 10Sep68; 
DU72358. 

TUMULT, a Roman courtmartial by Jesse 
J. Johnson. 50 1. A play in 8 
scenes. As suggested in the annals 
of Tacitus in Rome, 14 A.D. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Roman courtmar- 
tial, DU6585I. NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Jesse J. Johnson; 
250ct68; DU72686. 

TUNE IN A BASKET, a musical for chil- 
dren; book & lyrics by June Barbour 
(June Barbour Mescia), music by 
Majorie M. Murphy (Marjorie M. Murphy) 
1 v. © June Barbour & Marjorie M. 
Murphy; 15Nov68; DU72917. 

TURNABOUT, by Vivian Nathan. 41 1. 
A screenplay. © Vivian Nathan; 
12Aug68; DU72158. 

TURNING POINT, an original story writ- 
ten & adapted for television by 
Nellie T. Ring. 31 1- © Nellie T. 
Ring; 24Sep68; DU72456. 

TURNIP COUNT. See 
RUBEZAHL. 



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TUSITALA; or, Robert Louis Stevenson 
in the South Pacific. By Aldyth 
Morris. 63 1. A play In 2 pts. 
© Aldyth Morris; 17Dec68; DU73085. 

THE TWELVE DANCING PRINCESSES, by 
Bobbye Russell Durrett. 43 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Bobbye Russell 
Durrett; 5Sep68; DU72428. 

12 DOLCIN COMMERCIALS, by Victor van 
der Linde Co., Inc. 1 v. Radio 
scripts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
lAugbO; 13180. NM: editorial revi- 
sions. © Dolcin Corp.; 12Jul68; 
C20719. 

20TH CENTURY MEDICINE MAN, by Frank 
Kalil & Jay T. Taylor. 4 1. Script. 
© Beechwood Music Corp.; 21Nov68; 
C21233- 

20TH CENTURY TYPEWRITING; Monitor re- 
cording by Carl W. Salser & Charles 
T. Yerian. 9th ed. 2 v. Appl. ti.: 
Typing, first year second semester. 
© Educational Research Associates; 
20Aug68; C20921. 

TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY SHOW AND WHERE 
THEY MAY, a play in two parts or 
play within a play by Marvin Tal- 
madge Manning. 1 v. © Marvin Tal- 
madge Manning; 280ct68; DU72759. 

TWENTY-TWO, by Pigmeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 6 1. A script. © Dewey 
Markham; 4Dec68; C21218. 

TWICE YEARLY, DARLING, a play in two 
acts by John O'Hare. 1 v. NM: ad- 
ditions & revisions. © John M. 
O'Hare; 23Sep68; DU72446. 

TWILIGHT ALLEY; adaptation of Phil- 
octetes by Sophocles. By Marie 
Starr. 46 1. A play. © Marie 
Starr; 290ct68; DU72757. 

TWINKEE LEARNS TO YODEL; story, music 
& lyrics by Adele Prosono. 5 1- 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 8May68, EU59831. NM: nar- 
ration. © Adele Prosono; 23Sep68; 
C20909. 

TWINKLE TOES, by Neil Hart. 25 1. 
© Neil Hart; HDec68; C21194 . 

200 M.P.H., by Bill Cosby (William H. 
Cosby, Jr.) 1 v. A monologue. 
© Manger Music, Inc.; 29Nov68; 
C21153- 

TWO ONE ACTS, by Robert S. Reiser. 1 v. 
2 plays. Contents: The man who killed 
Tinkerbelle.--Who the hell is Mister 
Clean? © Robert S. Reiser; 8jul68; 
DU71944. 

TWO SHORT PLAYS, by William Inge. 
The call; A murder. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service. 46 p. 
©William Inge; lAug68; DP6785 . 

TWO WOMEN, TWO MEN, by Frank Fulton. 
95 1- A screenplay. © Storyline 
Productions, Inc.; 30Aug68; 
DU72327. 

TYPINGj FIRST YEAR SECOND SEMESTER. 
See 
20TH CENTURY TYPEWRITING. 



u 



THE UGLY DUCKLING. See 
ANDERSEN'S FAIRY TALES. 

THE ULTIMATE APPLICATION OF VALUE 

ENGINEERING, by Budge V. Lee. 19 1. 
A paper. © Budge V. Lee; l6Dec68; 
C21220. 

UNAUTHORIZED SON OF MISS AMERICA 
PAGEANT. See 

THE 8TH ANNUAL UNAUTHORIZED SON OF 
MISS AMERICA PAGEANT. 



UNCLE VANYA; scenes from country life 
in four acts by Anton Chekhov; trans- 
lated from the Russian by Tyrone 
Guthrie & Leonid Kipnis . 1 v. 
© Tyrone Guthrie & Sonia M. Kipnis; 
10Jul68; DU72231. 

UNDER ORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES, a one 
act play by Naomi Sheldon. 27 1. 
© Naomi Sheldon; Uul68; DU72147. 

THE UNDERGRADUATE, by Martha A. Fuentes. 
33 1. A play in 1 scene. © Martha 
A. Fuentes; 3Jul68; DU71919- 

THE UNDERGROUND HIPPIE RAILROAD, by 
George T. Washington, pseud, of 
George T. Fetchko. 1 v. A play in 
4 acts. © George T. Fetchko; 
20Nov68; DU72955. 

UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN (Children are 
people, too) A practical guide to 
child psychology by Bruce Meyer. 
75 1. Appl. author: McLendon Edu- 
cational Corp., employer for hire. 
©McLendon Educational Corp.; 
23Sep68; C20964. 

UNDERSTANDING GOVERNMENT. 74 1. A 
tape recording script. Appl. author: 
McLendon Educational Corp. ©McLen- 
don Educational Corp.; 23Sep68; 
C20944 . 

UNDERSTANDING OUR SEXUALITY; junior 
high level, grades 6 through 9 by 
Regina Quinlan. 1 v. 4 lectures. 
© Upper Peninsula Family Life Bureau; 
19Jul68; C20786. 

THE UNEVEN STEPHENS, a dramatic-comedy 
in three acts by Eve Bennet, pseud, 
of Eve Bennett Brecher. 131 1. 
© Eve Bennet; 15Nov68; DU72924. 

UNFAMILIAR FEMALE, by Magnus Jest, pseud. 
of Rudolf E. Orslni. 87 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Rudolf E. Orsini; 
12Aug68; DU72142. 

UNITED PRAYER WHEELS OF GEORGIA INTER- 
NATIONAL, by Lucille M. Cook. 3 1. 
Lecture. © Lucille M. Cook; 12Aug68; 
C20791. 

UNITED SLAUGHTERHOUSE ASSOCIATION, by 
Stan Thomas (Stanley Charles Thomas) 
26 1. A play. © Stanley Charles 
Thomas; 6Nov68; DU72843. 

UNIVERSAL RHYTHM, FM; oral delivery by 
Katherine Edwards 8c Alyce Edwards. 
3 1. A script. © Katherine D. 
Edwards & Alyce Eliz. Edwards; 
13Dec68; C21203. 

THE UNKNOWN CHINAMAN, by Kenneth Ber- 
nard. 20 1. A play. © Kenneth Ber- 
nard; 29Jul68; DU72068. 

UNTIL IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO GO, by 
Sterling Harper. 82 1 . A screen- 
play. © Sterling Harper; 300ct68; 
DU72748. 

UNTIL THE MONKEY COMES, a play in 2 
acts by Venable Herndon. (In New 
American plays; edited & With an 
lntrod. by W. M. Hoffman. 1st ed 
New York, Hill & Wang. V.2, p. [25]- 
100) © Venable Herndon; 23May68; 
A13214. 

UNTITLED SCREEN PLAY, by Mario Mozzillo 
& Donald Simens. 1 v. 24 scenes. 
© Mario Mozzillo & Donald Simens; 
280ct68; DU72718. 

UP AND DOWN THE LADDER, by Frank 
Walter. 105 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Frank Walter; 10ct68; DU72517. 

UP THE MOUNTAIN, a playette for little 
adults by Ed Chameleon. 9 1. © Ed 
Chameleon; 10Jul68; DU7195t • 

URBANA UNIVERSITY TALK. See 
ON LEARNING AND SOCIAL CHANGE. 



URSULA, a motion picture screenplay by 
Bob Williams (Robert J. Williams) 
1 v. Based on his novel. © Robert 
J. Williams; 6Sep68; DU72383. 

USE OF THE GRAFFITO IN GROUP TREATMENT, 
by Franklin H. Ernst, Jr. 18 1. 
Lecture. © Golden Gate Foundation 
for Group Treatment, Inc.; 15Jul68; 
C20772 . 

THE USED CAR PHILOSOPHY AND OTHER 
TRUTHS, by Leonard Szego. 1 v. 
A script. © Leonard Szego; I40ct68; 
C20982. 

USED WORDS, by Education Unlimited 
Corp. 16 v. Tape recording script. 
© Education Unlimited Corp.; l80ct68; 
C20997. 

USING LAND AND SEA. See 
SEEING SCANDINAVIA. 



V 



VACATION FROM LOVE, an original story 
written 8c adapted for television by 
Irving W. Patten. 30 1. © Irving 
W. Patten; 26Sep68; DU72480. 

VALKYRIE'S ARMOR, a one act drama in 
four scenes by Harry TIerney. 51 I- 
© Harry Tierney; 80ct68; DU72583. 

VARIETY SHOW (INTRODUCTORY EPISODE) 
by Joseph Golden. 18 1. A play. 
© Joseph Golden; 22Jul68; DU72030. 

THE VENUS PROBE, by Leonard L. Perl- 
mutter. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Leonard L. Perlmutter; 3Dec68; 
DU73029. 

VERA BERNHARDT, an original story and 
screenplay by Henry Nemo. 84 1. 
© Henry Nemo; 31Jul68; DU72084. 

VERY UNCOMPLICATED GIRL. See 
AVANTI . 

VIENNA SCHNITZEL, by James H. RIeff. 
49 1. A musical play. Book 8: 
lyrics only. © James H. Rleff; 
150ct68; DU72626. 

VIENNA WALTZ, a play in one act by 
0. H. Milo. 63 1. © Otto H. Milo; 
21Aug68; DU72221. 

THE VILLAGE: A PARTY, an absurd tragedy 

by Charles H. Fuller, Jr. 88 1. A 

play in 3 acts. © Charles H. Fuller 
Jr.; 26Jul68; DU72053. 

VIOLENCE ON THE HOUSE, a play in three 
acts by Alexander Gross. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 9Sep65, DU63980. 
NM: revision. © Alexander Gross; 
20Dec68; DU73151. 

VIRTUE WINS OUT. See 
A WIDOW'S WEARY WAY. 

THE VISION, an original story written 
8: adapted for television by Christa- 
bel Pierce. 30 1. © Christabel 
Pierce; 23Aug68; DU72246. 

A VISIT FROM ST. NICHOLAS, a suspense 
play in one act by Raymond 0. Wagner. 
10 1. © Raymond 0. Wagner; 12Jul68; 
DU71976. 

A VISIT TO SANTA'S TOY SHOP, by Susan 
Lang, pseud, of Winnie L. Allen. 7 1. 
Lecture. © Susan Lang; 23Aug68; 
C20859. 

A VISIT WITH THE DALLAS SYMPHONY; 
written, produced & directed by 
Charles Blackman. 19 1. A recording 
script. © Charles Blackman; 30Dec68; 
C21248. 

THE VISITING HOUSE, a light comedy in 
three acts by Michael Molloy. (In 
7 Irish plays, 1946-1964. Minne- 
apolis, University of Minnesota 
Press, p. 29-95) © Michael Molloy; 
6Nov67; DP6791. 






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133 



VISITORS, a play in one act & a play In 
three acts by Kenneth Mondsheln. 2 v. 
2 versions. © Kenneth Mondsheln; 
l8Nov68; DU72925. 

LA VOCE DELIA TERRA; monologo teatrale 
dl Stefano Landl. 6 1. © Stefano 
Landi; l4Nov68; C21097. 

THE VOICES, a play in three acts by 
Henry Iancovici. 74 1. © Henry 
Iancovici; 6Nov68; DU72842. 

VOLEUR, a miracle play in two acts by 
David Ball. 65 1. © David Ball; 
26Aug68; DU72262. 

VOYEURS . See 
FANTASIES . 

THE VULTURES, a tragic satire in one 
act by Eden Sinclair, pseud, of Ileare 
Jane Harustak. 1* 1. © Eden Sin- 
clair; 27Nov68; DU73064. 



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W.W.D., WILTING WIDOWS AND DIVORCEES, 
a comedy play In 3 acts by Robert 
Daniels, pseud, of Benjamin A. Mar- 
koff . 1 v. © Benjamin A. Markoff; 
4Nov68; DU72766. 

A WAGON LOAD OF TEARS, a dramatization 
by Audrey Council Mastroianni. 20 1. 
3 scenes. © Audrey Council Mastroi- 
anni; Uul68; DU71892. 



I 



WAKE OF ANGELS, a play, a serious 

comedy about now by Samuel H. Schwalb. 
16 1. 2 acts. © Samuel H. Schwalb; 
9Jul68; DU71949- 



AKE UP AND LIVE. 
LOVE AND SKIN. 



See 



[WALDO, a trip, by Maurice Weinblatt. 
33 1. A play. © Maurice Weinblatt; 
12Aug68; DU72165. 

WALK RIGHT IN, A RADICAL IN THE PLAY- 
GROUND, by Henry S. Resnlk. 8 1. 
A paper. © Henry S. Resnik; 29Nov68; 
C21178. 

WALKIN' AND TALKIN' THROUGH ILLINOIS; 
or, The Illinois Sesquicentennial 
talking blues. Words by Win Stracke. 
7 p. Recitation. © Win Stracke; 
230ct68; C21000. 

THE WALKIN 1 TALKIN' GAME, a new tele- 
vision game show created by Fred 
Norman. 13 1. A script. © Fred 
B. Norman; 20ct68; C20963. 

WALKING BACKWARD, LOOKING FORWARD, a 
new play by Ira Teller. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Ira Teller; 10ct68; 
DU72516. 

WALL SUITE, a transformation for six 
by David Epstein. 20 1. 3 plays. 
© David H. Epstein; 2Jul68; DU71915. 

WALLS, a screenplay by Mary Mitchell. 
120 1. © Mary Jane Mitchell; 230ct68; 
DU72675. 

THE WANDERING SCHOLAR, by Gustav Hoist, 
op. 50. A chamber opera in one act 
edited by Benjamin Britten & Imogen 
Hoist; libretto by Clifford Bax; 
founded on an incident in Helen Wad- 
dell's The Wandering Scholars. Lon 
don, Farber Music. 55 p. Vocal score. 
© Farber Music, Ltd.; 5Feb68; 
DFO-1617. 
THE WANT ADS, a dramatic reading; for 
four voices by Barbara Goll. 14 1- 
© Barbara Goll; 19Aug68; DU72252. 

THE WARLORD'S STORY, by Leonard Wheeler. 
32 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics onlv. © New Look in 
Today's Youth; l6Aug68; DU72143- 



THE WATCH OF THE MARKSMAN, a play in 
three acts with epilogue by A. T. 
Cole, pseud, of Abraham Gatesman. 
87 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
240ct66, DU67113. NM: revisions. 
©A. T. Cole; 6Aug68; DU72124 . 

THE WATCH-PIT; three act play by Kit 
Jones (Christopher M. Jones) 147 1. 
© Kit Jones; 14Nov68; DU72907. 

WATER ISLAND, an original film script 
by Arthur Pembleton. 1 v. 
32 scenes. © Lee-Alexandria Film 
Corp.; HSep68; DU72371. 

WATERING. See 

MAKING THINGS GROW. 

WAVELOCK INCORPORATED, a fantasy in 
two acts with prologue by Harlan 
MaGuire, pseud, of James W. Clark. 
1 v. © James W. Clark; 26Sep68; 
DU72507 . 

THE WAY THINGS ARE, a play in two parts 
by Maurice Kurtz. 90 1. A modern 
American version of Balzac ' s Le 
Pere Goriot. © Maurice Kurtz; 
210ct68; DU72683. 

WAYWARD STALLION, by Lynn Root. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Lynn Root; 
lJul68; DU71902. 

WE COME TO BURY GIACOMO PALUMBO, by 
Ralph Accardo. 1 v. A play. 
© Ralph V. Accardo; 240ct68; 
DU72690. 

WE DIDN'T KNOW THE GUN WAS LOADED, a 
comedy in three acts by Thorn Blade, 
pseud, of Richard T. Johnson. 88 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Lead us 
not into temptation, DU64163. NM: 
revisions. © Richard T. Johnsonj 
5Jul68; DU71929- 

WE HATE TO SEE YOU GO, a play in one 
act by Michael McGrinder. 12 1. 
© Michael McGrinder; 24Sep68; 
DU72498. 

WE RIGHTEOUS BOMBERS, by Kingsley B. 
Bass, Jr., pseud, of Ed Bullins. 
110 1. A play in 3 acts. © Ed 
Bullins; 25Nov68; DU72979- 

WEAVE A CIRCLE ROUND HIM THRICE, by 
Ben Peacock (Benjamin Bruce Peacock) 
120 1. A play in 3 acts. © Ben 
Peacock; 12Nov68; DU72886. 

WEDDING CAKE. See 
MAYBE MAYBE. 

WEDNESDAY IS BLANK, a one act play by 
P. M. Jeffrey. 32 1. © P. M. 
Jeffrey; 5Dec68; DU73046. 

WEE-AW-GEE! An allegory of love and 
courage and never peace in three 
acts with epilogue by Richard J. 
Sumner, Sr. 1 v. © Richard J. Sum- 
ner, Sr.; 13Nov68; DU72902. 

WEE BONNIE GLOW, the little lamplighter, 
by George N. Moffitt. 5 1. Lecture. 
© George N. Moffitt; 22Jul68; C20773- 

WEEPING WILLOW, an original story 
written 8: adapted for television by 
Evaliene Harris. 30 1. © Evaliene 
Harris; 27Aug68; DU72283. 

WEINBOG, by Irwin S. Lagusker. 168 1. 
A play. © Irwin Stewart Lagusker; 
26jul68; DU72056. 

WELCOME HOME; 90 minute live television 
drama continuity script by Florence 
Dude. 64 1. © Florence Dude; 
20Aug68; DU72175- 

WELCOME TO ANDROMEDA, a play in one 
act by Ron Whyte (Ronald Melville 
Whyte) 67 1. © Ronald Melville 
Whyte; 3Sep68; DU72308. 



THE WELL, a play in ten scenes by 
Don Bermon Bailey. 60 1. © Don 
Bermon Bailey; 9Dec68; DU73095- 

WE'RE HAVING GERRY FOR DINNER, a play 
by Aram Schefrin. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Aram Schefrin; 22Nov68; DU72967. 

THE WHADYA KNOW SHOW, a proposed series 
by Dorothy Morrison. 2 sheets. 
Script. © Dorothy Morrison; 20Nov68; 
C21132. 

WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR? A Christian 
Science lecture by Martin Broones. 
Folder. © Martin Broones; 20ct68; 
C20937 • 

WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS; or, Who ' s 
afraid of Marie N. Robinson, M.D. 
Act 2: Predators. By D. Krim. 
23 1. A play. © David Krim; 
210ct68; DU72659. 

WHAT GOOD ARE TEARS? A play in two 
acts by Glover Buck. 2nd revision. 
147 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
26jan68, DU70665. NM: editorial 
revisions & additions. © Glover 
Buck; 8Nov68; DU72860. 

WHAT IS A CHRISTIAN? By Thomas Barrett , 
Jr. 1 v. Recitation. © Herman 
Lubinsky; 24jun68; C20784. 

WHAT IS LIFE? A Christian Science 

lecture by Martin N. Heafer. Folder. 
© Martin N. Heafer; 3Dec68; C21127. 

WHAT NOW, SANDY TIFLIS? A comedy by 
Joe Singer (Joseph Singer) 1 v. 
3 acts. © Joseph Singer; 7Nov68; 
DU72850. 

WHAT PRICE BOVINITY? A play in three 
acts by Bernard Green. 1 v. 
© Bernard Green; 26Nov68; DU72994. 

WHAT TIME, WHAT DAY, a play perhaps of 
tomorrow by Martin Ponch, words & 
music by Nancy Ponch. 28 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1966-I968. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Martin 
Ponch; 20ct68; DU72509. 

WHAT TO DO UNTIL THE DOCTOR COMES, by 
Jerome Nilssen. Religious Theatre 
Publications. Includes music for 1 
song. (In Religious theatre, no. 6, 
summer 1968, p. 59-73) © Jerome 
Nilssen; 19Aug68; DP6866. 

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE GIRL WHO WAS 
JUST LIKE THE GIRL WHO MARRIED DEAR 
OLD DAD? A comedy by Irene Kampen & 
Nathaniel Banks. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Irene Kampen & Nathaniel Banks; 
15Jul68; DU72001. 

WHAT'S A MOTHER TO DO? A play in one 
act by E. Alice Riley. 18 1. 
© E. Alice Riley; 9Sep68; DU72384 . 

WHEN IS MY BIRTHDAY? By Adele Prosono. 
2 1. Narration. © Adele Prosono; 
2Aug68; C20756. 

WHEN IS TOO MUCH TOO MUCH? A 3- act 
comedy by John Favicchio. 89 1. 
© John Favicchio; 19Dec68; DU73149- 

WHEN MONKEYS USE KNIVES AND FORKS. See 
KITEMI. 
WHEN THIS IS ALL OVER, a one act 
play by Stanley R. Lee. 48 1. 
© Stanley R. Lee; 9Dec68; DU73100. 

WHEN WE DEAD AWAKEN. See 
FOUR PLAYS OF IBSEN. 

WHERE IS DE QUEEN? By Jean Claude 
Van Itallie. (In Playwrights for 
tomorrow. Minneapolis, University of 
Minnesota Press, v. 3, p. 53-78) 
Appl. states prev. reg. 12Apr66, 
DU65892. © Jean Claude Van Itallie; 
lSepb"7 (in notice: 1966 & 1967); 
DP6742. 



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July-Dec. 



WHERE IS TOMORROW? A tragedy in three 
acts by P. A. Johnson. 87 1. 
© Philip Alfred Johnson; 22Nov68; 
DU72971. 

THE WHIRLIGIG OP LIFE, a one act play 
by 0. Henry, adapted by James M. 
Salem. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
27 p. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 25Nov68; 
DP6859. 

WHISPERS ON THE WIND, a revue for 
voices; book & lyrics by John B. 
Kuntz; music by Lor Crane. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © John Kuntz & 
Lor Crane; l6Sep68; DU72410. 

THE WHITE DEVIL. See 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 

WHITE HAVEN. See 

IF YOU CAN'T JOIN THEM, LICK THEM. 

THE WHITE WHORE AND THE BIT PLAYER, a 
play In one act by Tom Eyen. (In 
New American plays; edited & with an 
introd. by W. M. Hoffman. 1st ed. 
New York, Hill & Wang. V.2, p. [223]- 
248) © Tom Eyen; 23May68; A13219. 

WHITE WOUND, BLACK SCAR, a play in one 
act by Arnold Kemp. 30 1. 
© Arnold Kemp; 2Dec68; DU73026. 

WHO AM I? A drama in one act by L. E. 
Preston. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
20 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 19Nov68; 
DP6862. 

WHO ARE WE, by Lois Duggan. 76 1. 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
22Mar66, DU65344 . © Lois Duggan; 
lMay68 (i n notice: 1964, 1966 & 1968) ; 
DP6746. 

WHO CARES ABOUT CARRY? By Kent 

Kessinger. 1 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Kent 
Kessinger; 6Dec68; DU7308l. 

WHO DO YOU HIT? A comic monologue 

written for Don Penny by Ed Pomerantz 
(Edward Pomerantz) 11 1. © Edward 
Pomerantz; 5Sep68; C20869. 

WHO IS BURIED IN GRANT'S TOMB? A play 
in one scene by Romulus Linney. 
22 1. Book & lyrics only. © Romulus 
Linney; 5Nov68; DU72827. 

WHO KILLED MARTIN LUTHER KING? By 
Andrew Young. 50 1. Speech. © An- 
drew Young; 15Jul68; C20725 • 



WHO THE HELL IS MISTER CLEAN. 
TWO ONE ACTS. 



See 



WHOEVER FINDS THIS, I LOVE YOU, an 
original screenplay by Finley Hunt. 
166 1. © Finley C. Hunt, Jr.; 
l8jul68; DU72012. 

WHO'S AFRAID OF MARIE N. ROBINSON, M.D. 
See 
WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS. 

WHO'S LOONEY NOW? A comedy In 3 acts 
by Patrick Mahony. 76 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 25Sep68, DU72426. 
NM: revisions & additions. 
© Patrick Mahony; 19Nov68; DU72938. 

WHO'S LOONEY NOW. See 
THE GREAT LUNATIC. 

WHO'S THAT KNOCKING AT MY DOOR? A new 
short comedy by Glenn Barrett. 8l 1. 
7 scenes. © Glenn Barrett; 3Sep68; 
DU72324 . 

WHY ARE WE SLEEPING? Words & music by 
Kevin Ayers. 2 sheets. © Emm-Jay 
Music, Inc.; l8Dec68; C21180. 

WHY AVIATION EDUCATION? Narration by 
Sanderson Films. 13 1. Appl. author: 
Paul E. Sanderson. © Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; l4Aug68; C20795. 



WHY DO I CRY, by Gene Leonard (Eugene 
Leonard) 2 1. A recitation. 
© Eugene Leonard; 220ct68; C21049. 

WHY I CAME TO AMERICA. See 
P X, I LOVE YOU. 

WHY PUT UP WITH FEAR? A Christian 

Science lecture by Gordon F. Campbell. 
Folder. © Gordon F. Campbell; 
20ct68; C20938. 

WHY, WHY, WHY; words & music by Claude 
D. Kezer. 3 1. © Claude D. Kezer; 
23Sep68; C20902. 



WICKED MESSENGER. 
CLOWNS AND APES. 



See 



A WIDOW'S WEARY WAY; or, Virtue wins 
out. By R. A. Anderson & R. L. 
Sweeney. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Pub. Co. 58 p. 2 acts. © Eldridge 
Pub. Co.; 15Sep68; DP6884. 

A WIFE FOR SUNDAYS, by J. L. Bellamy. 
Rev.: June I968. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
The governor of Hotmatiti, 23Nov65, 
41872. NM: addition 8c revision. 
© Jack Logan Bellamy; 5Sep68; 
DU72342. 

WILD DUCK. See 

FOUR PLAYS OF IBSEN. 

WILD FIRE. See 
FIERCE FIRE. 

WILD LIFE, an original story written 
and adapted for television by Eliza- 
beth McMillen. 30 1. © Elizabeth 
McMillen; 31Jul68; DU72082. 

THE WILD SWANS. See 

ANDERSEN'S FAIRY TALES. 

WILL ALL SYMBOLS OF VIRTUE PLEASE RE- 
MAIN SILENT? A play in three acts 
by Evelyn Minshull. 1 v. © Evelyn 
Minshull; 3Sep68; DU72320. 

WILL THEY PUT FLOWERS ON MY GRAVE? 
A short play by Barbara Sunderland. 
23 1. © Barbara Blrdsall Sunderland; 
25Jul68; DU72044. 

WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR, a new motion 
picture film script by Peter Blair, 
pseud, of Peter Bashkiroff. 5 v. 
© Peter Bashkiroff; 26Jul68; DU72098. 

WINDFALL, a play at full length by 
Kenneth L. Evans. 36 1. © Kenneth 
L. Evans; 5Aug68; DU72173- 

WINDOW BOXES. See 
MAKING THINGS GROW. 

THE WINDS OF CHANGE, a full-length 

play by Anne Coulter Martens. Chica- 
go, Dramatic Pub. Co. 82 p. 2 acts. 
©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 25Sep68; DP6811. 

WINGS OF WORSHIP; plays of dramatic 
worship & production manual by Lea 
Vail Black. Herald House. 226 p. 
© Herald Pub. House; 20ct68; DP6888. 

WINIFRED THE WONDERFUL GENIE! A musical 
for children of all ages; book & lyr- 
ics by Kenneth L. Peck, music by 
Duane Shafer. 1 v. © Kenneth Lee 
Peck & Duane Russell Shafer; 5Jul68; 
DU71924. 

WINTER WILL ASK, by Dan Stein (Daniel 
A. Stein) 68 1. A play in 3 acts. 
Based on The backwater by Turgenev. 
©Daniel A. Stein; 100ct68; DU72586. 

THE WISDOM OF SOLOMON SOLOMON, a 
musical drama in three actSj seven 
scenes; book, music & lyrics by 
Jeanette Miller, Vivian Millman & 
Muriel Fisher. 1 v. © Jeanette 
Miller, Vivan Millman & Muriel 
Fisher; 12Nov68; DU72890. 



THE WISE KING AND THE GOOD PRINCE, by 
Robert Martin. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Robert L. Martin; 
2Dec68; DU73027. 

WISE SPENDING & BUDGETING. 60 1. A 
script. Appl." author: McLendon 
Educational Corp. © McLendon Educa- 
tional Corp.; 23Sep68; C20945 . 

WISTERIA, by Neal E. Lebow. 43 1. A 
play in 3 acts. © Neal E. Lebow; 
9Dec68; DU73102. 

THE WITCH OF THE RHYMES; original story 
& script by Avery Corman. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © Avery Corman; 
l6Aug68; DU72199- 

THE WITCH WHO STOLE THURSDAY, by Jerry 
Juhl. 76 1. A screenplay. NM: edi- 
torial revision & additions. 
© Jerry R. Juhl; 210ct68; DU72678. 

WITH A HEART OF GOLD, a comedy in three 
acts by Monroe Dornbusch. 1 v. 
© Monroe Dornbusch; 10Sep68; 
DU72362. 

WITH MALICE AFORETHOUGHT, a living- 
room comedy in three acts by John 
Stranack. (In Playwrights for 
tomorrow. Minneapolis, University of 
Minnesota Press, v. 3, p. 167-248)' 
Appl. states prev. reg. as School 
for scoundrels, 12Febfa6, DU50251. 
© John Stranack; lSep67 (in notice: 
1966 & 1967); DP6744. 

WITH THIS RING, a play in three acts by 
Jacques Deval; English version by 
George Ross & Campbell Singer. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Et l'enfer, 
Isabelle, 15Jun62, DU55636. © George 
Ross & Campbell Singer; l60ct68; 
DU72609. 

THE WITNESS-CAPITOL DIALOGUE, by Mur- 
ray B. Silverman. 5 1. © Murray 
B. Silverman & Julian Barber; 31Jul68; 
C20751. 

WIT'S END, a play in one act by Edward 
Murch. [Devon, Eng.] The 
Yennadon Plays. 30 p. © Edward 
Murch; 100ct68; DFO-1643. 

WIZARD OF THE KITCHEN, by Marie Gordon 
Stelling. 3 1. A radio script. 
© Marie Gordon Stelling; 150ct68; 
C20980. 



THE WOLF AND THE KIDS. 
GRIMMS' FAIRY TALES. 



See 



WOMAN AS A WHO- DONE- IT PUZZLE, by 
Rosmarin Martel, pseud, of Mary S. 
Joyner. 116 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Mary S. Joyner; 15Jul68; DU71996. 

THE WOMAN HATERS' CLUB, by Pigmeat 
Markham (Dewey Markham) 17 1. 
A script. © Dewey Markham; l6Dec68; 
C21189. 

A WOMAN LOVES; original story & screen- 
play by Roger Pine, pseud, of 
Julius Tannenbaum. 1st draft. l8l 1. 
© Julius Tannenbaum; 22Nov68; 
DU72966. 

THE WOMAN ON THE MOOR, a play by 
George Batson. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© George Batson; 19Sep68; DU72495. 

WOMEN'S DAY ADDRESS BY MRS. M. L. KING, 
JR. , BIG BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH, 
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, JUNE 23, I968 by 
Coretta Scott King. 14 1. A lecture. 
© Coretta Scott King; 24jul68; 
C20741. 

THE WONDER OF THUNDER; or, The mucky- 
towkers. A play in one act by 
J. Douglas Halford. 17 1- © J- Doug- 
las Halford; 26Aug68; DU72266. 



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135 



THE WONDERFUL WAYS OP HOME BARTENDING; 
as taught by Donald R. Howe . 26 1 . 
Recording script. © Donald R. Howe; 
10Dec68; C21157. 

WORDS, a play with music by Clifford 
Browder. 44 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Clifford H. Browder; 230ct68; 
DU72655 . 

WORDS TO DIE BY, a comedy in three 
acts by Norman Kennelly. 1 v. 
© Norman Kennelly; 4Nov68; DU72783. 

THE WORLD OF ABRAHAM, a television pi- 
lot script, one in a series created 
by Frederick Stein & Frank Kemp. 
2J 1. © Frederick H. Stein & Frank 
S. Kemp; 6Aug68; DU72127. 

WORLD OF ILLUSION, an original screen- 
play by Brian Allen, pseud, of Allen 
B. Silverman. 38 1. 39 scenes. 
© Allen B. Silverman; 5Dec68; DU7305C 

THE WORLD OF SILENCE, by Eloise G. 

Greenfield. 3 1. © Eloise G. Green- 
field; 24jul68; C20720. 

THE WORLD'S GREATEST PLAY, a play by 
Israel Horovitz. 2d draft. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Israel Horovitz; 280ct68; 
DU72727 . 

THE WORM TURNS, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 6 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 210ct68; C21082. 

WORMS, a play in one act by Roma Greth. 
27 1. © Roma Greth; l80ct68; DU72644 . 

WOULD YOU BELIEVE EARL WARREN; or, 
Honi soit. A play in three acts by 
Jean D. Leathers. 55 1. © Jean D. 
1 Leathers; 28Aug68; DU72291. 

(WRITING LARGE NUMBERS. Lesson no. 1-2. 
By Electronic Learning. 1 v. 
A recording script. © Electronic 
Learning, Inc.; 29Nov68; C21202. 



X 



X, a play in one act by Hubert Talia- 
ferro, Jr. 105 1. © James "ubert 
Taliaferro, Jr.; 15Jul68; DU71990. 



A YANKEE DUDE ' LL DO, a musical comedy 
in 3 acts by Vernon Williams. 57 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Vernon 
Williams; 17Dec68; DU73061. 

YANKEE GO HOME, a comedy in two acts 
by Emily Heilman. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 12Nov63, 58888. 
NM: new title & revisions. © Emily 
M. Heilman; 2Dec68; DU73020. 

YE GODS, by Nada O'Connell. 67 1. 
A play in 3 acts. An adaptation of 
Thorne Smiths' Night life of the 
gods. Appl. states prev. reg. 1931. 
NM: additions & revisions. ©Nada 
L. O'Connell; 23Aug68; DU72239. 

LES YEUX CREVES; piece en deux parties 
by Jean Cau. [Paris] Gallimard. 
178 p. © Editions Gallimard; 
30May68; DFO-I63I. 

YIN AND YANG, a 4,000 year old formula 
for long term investing presented to 
the Society for the Investigation of 
Recurring Events by Michael G. 
Zahorchak. 1 v. A lecture. 
© Michael G. Zahorchak; 5Aug68; 
C20763 . 

YOU AND THE MASTER AGREEMENT. Pt.1-4. 
130 1. A slide script. Appl. au- 
thor: General Mills. © General 
Mills, Inc.; 19Sep68; C20917 . 
YOU AND YOUR TOOTH POSITIONER, POSI- 
TRON; script for film strip by Peter 
C. Kesling. 5 1. © TP Laboratories, 
Inc.; 6Aug68; C20765. 
YOU AND YOUR TOOTH POSITIONER, RUBBER; 
script for film strip by Peter C. 
Kesling. 5 1. © TP Laboratories, 
Inc.; 6Aug68; C20766. 
YOU BE ME AND I ' LL BE YOU, a comedy in 
two acts by Norman Krasna. 1 v. 
© Norman Krasna; 9Dec68; DU73130. 

YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BUSINESS WITH SYLVIA, 
by Joel J. Friedman. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Joel Friedman; 20ct68; 
DU72572. 

YOU CAN LIVE IF CHARLEY NEWMAN WILL 
LET YOU! A comedy in two acts by 
Samuel H. Schwalb . 26 1. © Samuel 
H. Schwalb; 9Jul68; DU71948. 
YOU DEVIL YOU, by Flip Wilson (Clerow 
Wilson) 1 v. Recording script. 
©Jazz Theatre, Inc.; 6Sep68; C20868. 



YOU JUST CAN'T EAT FLOWERS! A one 
act play by Nikolas Dante, pseud, of 
Conrad Morales. 16 1. © Conrad 
Morales; 27Nov68; DU72999. 

YOU MADE ME WHAT I AM TODAY, a musical 
by Dan Stein (Daniel A. Stein) 
63 1. Book & lyrics only. NM: 
revisions & additions. © Daniel A. 
Stein; 280ct68; DU72701. 

THE YOUNG KING; or, The land of the 
blue spider. An original adapta- 
tion of folk tales & legends by 
Raymond E. Krenzke. 50 1. A play 
in 5 scenes. © Raymond E. Krenzke; 
40ct68; DU72565. 

THE YOUNG MAN, a dramatic representa- 
tion of Lee Harvey Oswald by Thomas 
Sullivan. 35 1. A play. © John 
Thomas Sullivan; 13Nov68; DU72867. 

YOUR PASSPORT TO SUCCESS, by Earl 
Nightingale. 1 v. A commercial 
script. Appl. author: Nightingale- 
Conant Corp., employer for hire. 
© Holiday Magic, Inc.; 290ct68; 
C21061. 

YOU'RE THE SEX THAT I AM OPPOSITE FROM, 
a musical laugh-in in three acts by 
Jim Kelly (James T. Kelly) 70 1. 
© Jim Kelly; 24jul68; DU72033. 

YOUTH SHOWS THE WAY, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Ralph Allison Wagner. 29 1. 
© Ralph Allison Wagner; 23Aug68; 
DU72249. 



ZALMEN; ou, La folie de Dieu. De Elie 
Wiesel. Paris, Editions du Seuil. 
173 p. 2 acts. © Editions du Seuil; 
30Mar68; DFO-1624. 

ZISKIN'S REVELS, a masque of imagina- 
tion in fifteen scenes by Jonathan 
Levy. 42 1. A play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Jonathan F. Levy; 23Aug68; 
DU72259. 

ZOP, a children's fantasy by Marvin 
Davis. 36 1. 3 scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. © Marvin Davis; 
3Dec68; DU73030. 

ZWINCH'S ANCHORAGE, a play by Irwin 
Shappin. 95 1. © Irwin Shappin; 
22Aug68; DU72234. 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



A list, arranged by title, of dramas, dramatico-musicals, lectures, sermons, mono- 
logs, and radio, television and recording scripts for which renewal registrations were 
made during the period covered by this issue. Information relating to both the 
original and the renewal registration is included in each entry. References from 
variant titles and from distinctive subtitles are interfiled. 



ABOUT SEVENTEEN; five one act plays by 
E. Clayton McCarty & Sara Sloane 

(McCarty. © 30Sep4l; D7776J. E. Clay- 
ton McCarty & Sara Sloane McCarty (A^ 
40ct68; R445016. 

I ABOVE SUSPICION, by Sherwood Anderson 
" & James Boyd; adapted by the Free 
Co. from an original sketch by Sher- 
wood Anderson. © l6May4l; D75055. 
Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson (PPW); 
1Nov68; R446631. 

ACADEMY WINNER, by George S. Kaufman. 
© 26Mar4l; D74245 . Anne Kaufman 
Schneider (C); 28jun68; R440646. 

ACCENT ON REVENGE; one act by Frederick 
A. McCue. © 27Mar4l; D74368. Fred- 
erick A. McCue (A); 9Sep68; R442778. 

ACROSS THE BOARD ON TOMORROW 
MORNING. See 
THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE; SWEENEY IN 

THE TREES; AMD ACROSS THE BOARD 

ON TOMORROW MORNING. 

AFTER MUNICH; one act by Frances Kilroe . 
© 13Feb4l; D73853. Frances Kilroe 
(A); 9Sep68; R442774 . 

ALL BUT THE TRUTH, a comedy in one act 
by Charles Stewart. © 250ct40; 
D72563. Charles Stewart (A); 
12Sep68; R443443. 

ALL THOSE IN FAVOR, by Louis Hoffman, 
Don Hartman & Walter Bernstein. 
© 110ct4l; D77990. Walter Bern- 
stein (A); 240ct68; R446784. 

AMERICAN SCENES; edited with an introd. 
by William Kozlenko. © 19Jun4l; 
D75606. William Kozlenko (A); 6Dec68; 
R450111. 

AMERICAN SCENES. See 
LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES. 



AMERICA'S BOY FRIEND, a farce comedy 
in three acts by Richard Hill 
Wilkinson. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© 23Jan4l; D73442. Richard Hill 
Wilkinson (A); 19Jul68; R4 39344. 
AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR; 1 act by Hilda 
Manning, pseud, of James Reach. 
© llAug4l; D78152. James Reach (A); 
4Nov68; R447529. 



AND NOT FORSAKE THEM, a one act Masonic 
play by Carl H. Claudy. Adapted 
from his short story Help thou my 
shame. © 150ct40; D73409. Carl H. 
Claudy, Jr. (C); lAug68; R440699. 

AMD SO HE DOTH REDEEM US, an Easter 
drama with worship service by Hazel 
F. Bailey. (Baker's religious plays 
and pageants) © 26Aug4l; D77198. 
Hazel F. Bailey (A); l6Sep68; R44361? . 

THE ANGELIC SONG, a Christmas drama by 
Mattie B. Shannon. © 310ct4l; 
D78464. Rodeheaver Co. (PWH); 
HDec68; R451214. 

ANYBODY'S MILLION, a farce in three 
acts by Jean Provence. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © 26May4l; D75139- 
Jean Provence (A); 19Jul68; R439359- 

APRIL'S SHOWER, a comedy in one act by 
Tom Taggart. © 8Nov40; D74078. 
Tom Taggart (A); 12Sep68; R443439. 

AS YOU ARE, a comedy in three acts by 
Hugh Mills & Wells Root. (French's 
acting edition, no. 405) © 50ct40; 
D72288. Hugh Mills (A ; 24Sep68; 
R444058. ' 



ASSIGNMENT WITH MURDER. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



B 



BAAL, by Bertolt Brecht. © 4Dec22: 
DF1918. Helene Brecht- We igel (W); 
llJul68; R440642. Entered under 
German Proclamation of 12Jul67. 

BAB'S BIG BARGAIN, a play in one act 
by Joseph Carlton, pseud, of J. C. 
McMullen. © 27Mar4l- D74374. Marie 
McMullen (W) ; 19Jul68; R439349. 

BALMY KNIGHTS, by Jay Tobias & Nylene 
Prewitt. 3 acts. © 21Aug4l; D77196. 
Y. D. Adair (E) & Nylene Prewitt (A); 
40ct68; R444305. 

BARD AT BAKERSVILLE HIGH; 1 act by John 
Kirkpatrick. ©20Aug4l; D77844 . .John 
Kirkpatrick (A); 8Nov68; R448273. 

BASTIEN AND BASTIENNA; comic opera in 
one act by Olga Paul, Don Wilson & 
Felix Guenther, music by W. A. Mozart. 



© 3Dec4l; D76076. Olga Paul, Don 
Wilson (A): & Edward B. Marks Music 
Corp. (FWH of F. Guenther); 27Dec68; 
R451668. 

A BAYOU LEGEND; opera in three acts by 
William Grant Still & Verna Arvey. 
© 13Dec4l; D76069. William Grant 
Still & Verna Arvey (A); l6Dec68; 
R451098. 

BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR, a dramatized sermon 
in one act by Esther C. Averill. 
(Baker's plays for amateurs) 
© 13Mar4l; D74375. Lawrence Averill 
(Wr); 19Jul68; R439350. 

THE BEAUTIFUL BUMS; musical comedy; 
book & lyrics by Al Fogel, Joe Darion 
(Joseph Darion) & Mike Stratton, 
music by George Kleinsinger. 
© 22Dec4l; D76073. Joseph Darion 
(A); 23Dec68; R451542. 

THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE; SWEENEY IN THE 
TREES; AND ACROSS THE BOARD ON TOMOR- 
ROW MORNING. Three plays by William 
Saroyan. © 230c t4l; ^378324 . William 
Saroyan (A); 6Nov68; R448487. 

BECAUSE THEIR HEARTS WERE PURE; or, 
The secret of the mine. A melodrama 
in 2 acts & 19 scenes by Morland Cary, 
pseud, of Hugh Nevill. © HJul4l; 
D75620. Hugh Timothy Allen Nevill (C) 
& Marjorie Morland Nevill (W) ; 30Dec68: 
R450851. 

BEGINNER'S LUCK, a comedy in three acts 
by E. Harrison Ott, pseud, of Rich- 
ard H. Wilkinson. (Drama guild 
plays) © 10ct40; D71880. Drama 
Guild Publishers (PWH); 23Sep68; 
R443565. 

BELOW ZERO, a play of the Antarctic 
by Lawrence G. Worcester. (Baker's 
plays for amateurs) © HApr41; 
D74705. Lawrence G. Worcester (A); 
19Jul68; R439356. 

BETWEEN TRAINS; play in one act by 
Dorothy Sterling, pseud, of Charles 
George. (Baker's plays for amateurs) 
© HApr4l; D74701. Walter H. Baker 
Co. (PWH); 23Jul68; R439695. 

BIRDS OF A FEATHER; 3 acts by Thomas 
Sutton, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 25Jul4l; D75830. Samuel French, 
Inc. (PWH); 4Nov68; R447521. 



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July-Dec. 



BLACKOUT, a one act mystery comedy by 
Margaret Mulr Raine. © l80ct40: 
D72567. Margaret Muir Ralne (A); 
12Sep68; R443442. 

BLITHE SPIRIT, an improbable farce in 
three acts by Noel Coward. © 12Dec4l; 
D78884. Noel Coward (A); l6Dec68; 
R451173. 

BLITHE SPIRIT, an improbable farce in 
three acts by Noel Coward. © 3Uul4l; 
D75982. Noel Coward (A); 9Aug68; 
R441706. 

BLUE JEANS; four acts by Joseph Arthur. 
© 2bDec40; D73076. Mrs. George 
Zimmerman (W) ; 40ct68; R445053. 

THE BRIGHT PENNY, a comedy in three 
acts by Fae Duffy, pseud, of Austin 
Goetz. © 13Sep40: D72024. Austin 
Goetz (A); l6jul68; R439187. 

THE BROKEN CIRCLE, a play in one act 
by Dorothy Clarke Wilson. (Baker's 
plays for amateurs) © 10Jan41; 
D73439. Dorothy Clarke Wilson (A); 
19Jul68; R4J9342. 

BRONZE BUDDHA; 3 acts by Bee Humphries, 
pseud, of Bertha Amlin Humphreys. 
© 4Dec40; D73688. Bertha Amlin 
Humphreys (A); 40ct68; R445054 . 

BROOKLYN, U.S.A., a play in three acts 
by John Bright & Asa Bordages. 
© 26Aug4l; D77160. John Bright & 
Asa Bordages (A); 20Dec68; R451788. 

BUNDLES FOR CHRISTMAS; one act by Ames 
L. Harper. © 29Aug4l; D77357. Dor- 
othy Harper (W); 9Sep68; R442788. 

DIE BURGER VON CALAIS; Buhnenspiel in 
3 Akten von Georg Kaiser. © 20ct22; 
D62176. Margarethe Kaiser (W) ; 
8jul68; R439330. Entered under Ger- 
man Proclamation of 12Jul67. 



CAFE CROWN, a play in 3 acts by Hy S. 
Kraft. © 17Jun4l; D75341. Hy Kraft 
(A); 150ct68; R445558. 

CANDLE IN THE WIND, a play in three 
acts by Maxwell Anderson. © 22Nov4l; 
D78476. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W), 
Alan Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson & Hesper A. 
Levenstein (C); 19Dec68; R451348. 

CANDLE IN THE WIND, a play in 3 acts 
by Maxwell Anderson & Gertrude M. 
Anderson. © 2Aug4l; D75851. 
Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W), Alan 
Anderson, Terence Anderson, Quentin 
Anderson & Hesper A. Levenstein (C of 
M. Anderson); 9Aug68; R441670. 

CASSEUR D'ASSIETTES LA MARGUERITE. 
See 
HISTOIRE DE RIRE. 

CHARACTER IMPRESSIONS FROM A SCRAP BOOK 
OF LIFE, by Ruth Amelia Mclnnis 
(Ruth Mclnnis Todd) © Uul4l: 
D75944. Ruth Mclnnis Todd (A); 
9Aug68; R441825. 

THE CHARM RACKET; one act by Evelyn 
Neuenburg (Evelyn Neuenburg Fogg) 
© 26Aug41; D77199. Evelyn Neuenburg 
Fogg (A); 9Sep68; R442783. 

CHRISTMAS AT BRIDGET DOOLEY'S, by 
Seymour S. Tibbals. 1 act. 
© 28Mar4l; D74367. Fran Rayburn (C); 
4oct68; R444303. 

CHRISTMAS EVE IN A TOY SHOP; play by 
Madge Tucker, music by Molly Donald- 
son, pseud, of Muriel Pollock. 
© 24Nov4l; D76064. Muriel Pollock 
(A); 25Nov68; R449621. 



CHRISTMAS HEART. See 
NEW CHRISTMAS DRAMAS. 

CHRISTMAS IN COVENTRY, by Franklin P. 
Cole. © 19May41; D75136- Franklin 
P. Cole (A); 40ct68; R445012. 

THE CHRISTMAS LAMB; two scenes by Agnes 
Emelie Peterson. © 27Mar4l; D74369. 
Agnes Emelie Peterson (A); 9Sep68; 
R442779. 

CHRISTMAS ON ERIE STREET; 1 act by 
Graydon GoSs. © 100ct4l: D77994. 
Graydon Goss (A); 250ct68; R446226. 

CHRISTMAS TREES FOR SALE, a play in one 
act by Dorothy C. Allan. © 19Feb4l; 
D73854. Dorothy C. Allan (A); 
19Jul68; R439346. 

CLAIRE DE LUNE, by F. Kirk Johnson, now 
known as Crane Johnson. © 30Dec40; 
D72926. Crane Johnson (A); 21Nov68; 
R449418. 

CLAUDIA; a comedy drama in 3 acts by 
Rose Franken (Rose Franken Meloney) 
© 31Mar4l; D74488. Rose Franken 
Meloney (A); 2Dec68; R450303. 

COEUR AS; Oper in 3 Akten nach Scribe 
& Legoure von Emil Tschirch & Carl 
Berg, Musik von Eduard Kunneke, 
Klavierauszug mit Text von Leo 
Kraus. © lAprl3; D19348. Eva 
Susanne Kunneke (C); HJul68; 
R441519. Entered under German Proc- 
lamation of 12Jul67. 

COME TO DINNER, a three course comedy 
by Kurtz Gordon. © l6Sep4l; D77453. 
Kurtz Gordon (A); 25Sep68; R444031. 

COME TO DINNER, a three course comedy 
by Kurtz Gordon, pseud, of C. Gordon 
Kurtz. © l6jan4l; D73201. Kurtz 
Gordon (A); 19Jul68; R439338. 

COMPANION TO A LADY, a play in one 
act by Mabel Constanduros & Howard 
Agg. (French's acting ed., no.1108) 
© l4Aug40; D78914. Michael Con- 
standuros (C) & Howard Agg (A); 
HJul68; R439193. 

CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S 
COURT, a comedy in three acts based 
on Mark Twain's book of the same ti- 
tle, by John G. Fuller. © 9Sep4l; 
D77360. John G. Fuller (A); l6Sep68; 
R443618. 

CREATURES OF IMPULSE. See 

W. S. GILBERT'S CREATURES OF IMPULSE. 

A CROWN ON THE HALL TREE, a farce 
comedy in three acts by Allen Saun- 
ders. © 7Sep40; D71583. Allen 
Saunders (A); lSjulbS; R439185. 

CUE FOR PASSION; 3 acts by Edward 
Chodorov & H. S. Kraft. © 29May41; 
D75836. Edward Chodorov & H. S. 
Kraft (A); 30ct68; R444691. 

CURTAIN CALLS FOR WOLFGANG MOZART, a 
musical play for children by Opal 
Wheeler (Opal Wheeler Macrae) & 
Sybil Deucher, illustrated by Mary 
Greenwald. © 24jan4l; D39960. 
Opal Wheeler & Sybil Deucher; 
26Dec68; R451701. 



DAY OF REST, by R. Goldberg & George W. 
George. © 10Sep4l; D77473. Reuben 
L. Goldberg (A); 8Nov68; R448016. 

DEATH ON THE THRONE, a 1 act play by 
Dick Berger. © lf>Nov40; D72410. Dick 
Berger (A); 12Nov68; R448326. 



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DAVTD UND GOLIATH; Lustspiel in 4 Akten 
von Georg Kaiser. © 20ct22; 
D62134. Margarethe Kaiser (W) ; 
8jul68; R439329. Entered under Ger- 
man Proclamation of 12Jul67 . 

DAY OF REST, a play by R. Goldberg & 
George W. George. © l8Sep4l; D77473. 
Reuben L. Goldberg (A); 19Sep68; 
R444230. 



THE DEVIL'S HOUR. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



DIAGRAMMATIC METHOD OF KEYBOARD HAR- 
MONY & MUSICAL SHORTHAND, by Alvln I 
Lewis. © 30ct4l; CI3834 . Alvin I. 
Lewis (A); 140ct68; R445537. 

DICK WTTTINGTON; musical extravaganza, 
book by Isabel Anderson, Lyrics by 
Pierre de Reeder, music by Grace 
Warner Gulesian. © UMar4l; D39975 . 



Grace Warner Gulesian (A) 
R439572. 



15 Jul 68; 



DINNER OUT; one act by Elise West 
Quaife. © 4Nov40; D74080. Ernest 
Nehring (Wr); 40ct68; R445056. 
THE DOCTOR FROM DUNMORE; one act by 
Nolan Leary & Thomas Patrick Dillon. 
© lAug4l; D77194. Nolan Leary (A); 
210c t68; R445990. 

THE DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF, by 
Moliere, adaptation by Barnard 
Hewitt. © 15Sep4l; D77590. Barnard 
Hewitt (A); 40ct68; R445015. 

DON'T TAKE MY PENNY, a comedy in three 
acts by Anne Coulter Martens. 
© 17Sep40; D71683. Anne Coulter Mar- 
tens (A); 29Jul68; R440321. 

DORA DEAN, by Virginia Mitchell, pseud. 
of Charles George. Based on the 
novel by Mary J. Holmes. © 25Nov40; 
D73689. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
12Sep68; R443446. 

DOUBLE DATE, an up-to-date comedy in 
three acts by Kurtz Gordon. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © 23Jan4l; D73441. 
Kurtz Gordon (a); 19Jul68; R439343. 

DOUBLE OR NOTHING; farce in 3 acts by 
Glenn Hughes. © 4Sep4l; D77378. 
Victoria Vivian Hughes & Glenn Hughes, 
Jr. (C); 20Nov68; R448392. 

DRAGON'S TONGUE MURDERS. See 
THE SHADOW. 

DREAM TOWARD BETHLEHEM, by E. Harriett 
Donlevy. © 27Mar4l; D74376. E. Har- 
riett Donlevy (A); 9Sep68;' R442780. 



EBONY GAMBOLS; 2 acts, 5 scenes, book 
& music by Arthur F. Huggins & 
Robert D. Mason. © 90ct40; D39928. 
Robert D. Mason & Arthur F. Huggins 
(A); 80ct68; R445131. 

ELEVEN AGAINST THE SEA; 3 acts by 
James Reach. © 3Sep4l; D77846. 
James Reach (A); 4Nov68; R447524. 

ENJOYING POOR HEALTH, a comedy for the 
fair sex by Dorothy Sterling, pseud, 
of Charles George. (Baker's plays 
for amateurs) © HMar4l; D74377. 
Walter H. Baker Co. (PWH); 23Jul68; 
R439760. 

EVEN STEPHEN, by Franklin A. Warren. 
© 3Sep4l; D77847. Franklin A. 
Warren (A); 4Dec68; R450727. 

EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELF, a farce in 3 
acts by Milton Lazarus. © l4May4l; 
D78161. Mrs. Milton Lazarus (W); 
4Dec68; R450074. 

EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELF, by Milton 
Lazarus. © 6Dec40; D72639. 
Mrs. Milton Lazarus (W); 19Nov68; 
R448891. 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



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EVERYBODY IS WONDERFUL, a comedy by 
Samson Raphaelson. © 30Aug4l; 
D77213. Samson Raphaelson (A); 
15Nov68; R448949. 

EVERYTHING NICE, a comedy In one act by 
A. A. O'Keeffe. © 15Sep4l; D77591- 
A. A. O'Keeffe (A); 25Sep68; R444032. 

EXCLUSIVELY YOURS; three acts by Tacie 
Hanna Rew. © 80ct40; D72028. Tacie 
Hanna Rew (A); 7Aug68; R440851. 



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FAMILIES ARE LIKE THAT, a domestic 
comedy in three acts by J. C. 
McMullen. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© l6May4l; D75137. Marie McMullen 
(W); 19 Jul 68; R4 39357. 

FAMILY UNIT, a comedy drama in 3 acts 
by Lucile Gay Coleman. © 21May4l; 
D75013. Lucile Gay Coleman (A); 
l8Nov68; PM8963. 

FANTASY ON AN EMPTY STAGE; 1 act by 
Edwin Peeples. © 7Jun4l; D75466. 
Edwin Peeples (A); 40ct68; R445013. 

FIBBER MCGEE & MOLLY, by Don Quinn. 
Program no. 303. © 150ct4l; D77774. 
Edythe Dixon Quinn (W), John Jeffrey 
Louis Quinn & Nancy Quinn Prettner 
(C); 150ct68; R445538. 

FIND THE WOMAN. See 
SEND FOR SIDNEY. 

500 WATT INAUGURAL. See 

LONE RANGER, GREEN HORNET, NED 
JORDAN-SECRET AGENT. 

FLAG OF THE FREE, a patriotic play for 
grades by Karin Asbrand. (Baker's 
plays for amateurs) © 23Jun4l; 
I D75464. Karin Asbrand (A); 19Jul68; 

L R439360. 

DIE FLUCHT NACH VENEDIG; Schauspiel in 
4 Akten von Georg Kaiser. © 20Dec22; 
D66188. Margarethe Kaiser (W);- 
8Jul68; R439334. Entered under' Ger- 
man Proclamation of 12Jul67. 

THE FLYING GERARDOS; 3 acts by Kenyon 
Nicholson 8c Charles K. Robinson. 
NM: additions & revisions. © 10May4l; 
D75346. Kenyon Nicholson & Charles 
K. Robinson (A); 23Sep68; R444051. 

FORWARD, MARCH; one act by Ames L. Harp- 
er. © 27Mar4l: D74370. Dorothy Harp- 
er (W); 13Aug68; R440911. 

FOUR DAUGHTERS; three acts by Frank 
Vreeland. Actor's script. Adapted 
from the story by Fannie Hurst. 
© 5Nov4l; D78652. Alida Vreeland 
Hotze (W); 31Dec68; R451264. 

FOUR IN A TOWER, a comedy in one act 
by Lindsey Barbee. (Baker's plays 
for amateurs) © 15Jan4l; D734-36. 
Helen Barbee (NK); 19Jul68; R439340. 

FURSTIN TARAKANOWA; Oper in 3 Akten von 
Karl 0. Koch, Musik von Boris Blacher. 
Libretto. © 2Sep40; DFI9I3. Karl 
0. Koch (A); 12Jul68; R4 38899. 



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G-STRING QUARTETTE, by Shapiro, Sellen 
& Lee. © 90ct4l; D76054 . Dan 
Shapiro a.k.a. Shapiro (A); l6Dec68; 
R451094. 

THE G-STRING QUARTETTE; words & music 
Shapiro, Sellen, pseud, of Jerry 
Seelen, 8: Lee. © 90ct4l; D76054 . 
Jerry Seelen (A) & Elpha Lee Seelen 
(W of L. Lee); l4Nov68; R448595- 



by 



GAS; Schauspiel in 5 Akten von Georg 
Kaiser. © 20ct22; D62179. Marga- 
rethe Kaiser (W); 8jul68; R439332. 
Entered under German Proclamation 
of 12Jul67. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE, a comedy 
in three acts by Moss Hart & George 
S. Kaufman. © 3Jan4l; D73046. 
Anne Kaufman Schneider (C); 28Jun68; 
R440645. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE; comedy in 
three acts by Moss Hart & George S. 
Kaufman. Acting ed. © 15Aug4l; 
D77195- Catherine Carlisle Hart fW) : 
22Aug68; R442246. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE; comedy in 
three acts by Moss Hart & George S. 
Kaufman. Rev. Acting ed. © 15Aug4l; 
D77195. Anne Kaufman Schneider (C); 
9Sep68; R444234. 

THE GHOST OF A SHOW, a comedy in one 
act by Albert Carriere. © lAug40; 
D71507. Albert Carriere (A); 29Jul68; 
R440322. 

A GIFT OF YEARS, a play of Chinese 
gratitude by Margaret Wentworth. 
© l6May4l; D75135. Margaret Went- 
worth (A); l6Sep68; R443614. 

GILLEAN; 3 acts & an epilogue by 
Cumming Kennedy (Belle Cumming 
Kennedy), with a foreword by Gilmor 
Brown. © 17Dec40; D73071. Belle 
Cumming Kennedy (A); 40ct68; 
R445050. 

GIRL ABOUT TOWN, a comedy in three 
acts by Florence Ryerson (Florence 
Ryerson Clements) Sc Colin Clements. 
© 6Mar4l; D73918. Hal Ryerson (C of 
F. R. Clements); 15Jul68; R439188. 

GIRL OF THE YEAR, a comedy in 3 acts 
by Douglas Benjamin Watt. © 220ct4l; 
D77876. Douglas Watt (A); 230ct68; 
R446498. 

GLAMOUR PREFERRED, a comedy in three 
acts by Florence Ryerson (Florence 
Ryerson Clements) & Colin Clements. 
Rev. © 3Apr4l; D74569. Hal Ryerson 
(C of F. R. Clements); 15Jul68; 
R439189. 

DER GLASBLA'SER, ein heiteres Tanzspiel 
um Rubezahl; Buch & Musik von Hans 
Joachim Sobanski. Klavierauszug. 
© 5Apr4l; D76O99. Agnes Werner (E) ; 
280ct68; R447121. ' 

DER GLASBL'ASER, ein heiteres Tanzspiel 
un Rubezahl von Hans Joachim Sobanski. 
Handlung. © 5Apr4l; D76099. Agnes 
Werner (E); 280ct68; R447122. 

THE GOAT WITHOUT HORNS; 1 act by 
Dorothy Rood Stewart. © l80ct4l; 
D77813. Edward E. Colton (E): 
210ct68; R446128. 

GOOD NEIGHBORS, 3 acts by James Reach. 
© 23Sep4l; D77848. James Reach (A); 
4Nov68; R447525. ; 

GOOD NIGHT, LADIES, a farce in three 
acts by Edwin S. Day. © 15Sep4l; 
D77593. Mrs. Edwin S. Day (E); 
25Sep68; R444033. 

GRANDMA AND THE AMERICAN WAY; 3 acts 
by James Reach. © l6oct4l; D78159. 
James Reach (A); 4Nov68; R447530. 

GRANDMOTHER'S GREAT GRIEVANCE; or, 
Who purloined the bustle. A panto- 
mime in one act by Arthur L. Kaser. 
© 310ct4l; D78276. Loah Kaser (W); 
1Nov68; R44744 2. 

GRAY BREAD, a drama in one act by Jean 
Lee Latham. © 15Sep4l; D77597. Jean 
Lee Latham (A.); 25Sep68; R444030. 
THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH) 

A-486. © 7Jan41; D73059- 30Aug68; 
R441464. 



A-486-A. © 3Feb4l; D73477 

R441465. 
A-487. © 3Feb4l; D73478. 

R441466. 
A-488. © 3Feb4l; D73479. 

R441467. 
A-489. © 3Feb4l; D73480. 

R441468. 
A-490. © 26Feb4l; D73802. 

R441469. 
A-491. © 26Feb4l; D73803. 

R441470. 
A-492. © 26Feb4l; D73804 . 

R441471. 
A-493. © 21Mar4l; D74169. 

R441472. 
A-494. © 21Mar4l; D74170. 

R441473. 
A-495. © 21Mar4l; D74171. 

R441474. 
A-496. © 21Mar4l; D74172. 

R441475. 
A-497. © 2May4l; D74731. 

R441476. 
A-498. © 2May4l; D74732. 

R441477. 
A-499. © 2May41; D74733. 

R441478. 
A-500. © 2May4l; D74734 . 

R441479. 
A-501. © 2May4l; D74735. 

R441480. 



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H.R.H. MISS JONES; operetta for junior 
high schools; book & lyrics by Marion 
Wakeman, music by Ira B. Wilson. 
© 26Aug4l; D76051. Lorenz Pub. Co. 
(PWH of I. B. Wilson); 240ct68; 
R447029. 

HALIFAX, by Pamela Wilcox. © 12May4l; 
D75195. Pamela Marie Wilcox (A); 
20Nov68; R449337- 

THE HAPPY DAYS; 3 acts by Claude Andre 
Paget; adapted by Zoe Akins (Zoe Akirs 
Rumbold) © 9May41; D74860. James D. 
Akins (NK); HDec68; R450905 . 

HE PASSED THIS WAY, an original play 
for Easter by Margaret Ann Hubbard 
(Margaret Ann Hubbard Priley) 
© 15Jan4l; D73493. Margaret Hubbard 
Priley (Mrs. Joseph Carl Priley) 
(A); 19Jul68; R439345. 

HEADSMAN OF THE CAMERONS.' See 
THE SHADOW. 

HELP THOU MY SHAME. See 
AND NOT FORSAKE THEM. 

HER FATAL BEAUTY; or, A shop-girl's 
honor. One act by Wilbur Braun. 
© 2Dec40; D75355- Samuel French, 
Inc. (PWH); 40ct68; R445057. 

HERITAGE OF WIMPOLE STREET, a play in 
one act by Robert Knipe. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © I4jun4l; D75465. 
Robert Knipe (A); 19Jul68; R43936"l. 

HEROES JUST HAPPEN; 3 acts by Robert 
Finch 8: Betty Smith. © 20Nov40; 
D73690. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
40ct68; R445055. 

HIGH, WYDE AND HANDSOME, a comedy in 
three acts by John Nash. © 6Mar41; 
D74380. John Nash (A); 19 Jul 68; 
R4 39351. 

HIS FATHER'S SON; 3 acts by John 
Hershey, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 31Jul41; D75833. James Reach (A); 
4Nov68; R447522. 

HISTOIRE DE RIRE; suivi de Le casseur 
d'assiettes la marguerite, .et preeede 
d'une note surle theatre by Armand 
Salacrou. © l60ct4l: D95412. Armand 
Salacrou (A); l8Nov68; R448807. 



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July-Dec. 



HISTORY MAKERS; 8 radio plays by James 
M. Lynch, Jr. & Robert D. Henry. 
© 60ct4l; D782I3. James M. Lynch, 
Jr. (A) & Kathryn H. Camisa (E); 
250ct68; R446227 . 

HOLLYWOOD FEVER; one act by Dorothy 
Winthrop. © 12Mar4l; D74379. Doro- 
thy Winthrop (A); 9Sep68; R442782. 



THE HOODOO SHIP. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



HURRICANE HILL, a play In one act by 
Richard Hill Wilkinson. (Drama 
guild plays) © 10ct40; D71885. 
Drama Guild Publishers (PWH); 
23Sep68; R443570. 



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I SHALL NOT WANT, by Hagar Wilde & Dale 
Eunson. From the story by Katherine 
Albert. © 4Nov40; D72234. Hagar 
Wilde & Dale Eunson (A); 250ct68: 
R446743. 

I, WILLIAM HOLLOWAY, a comedy in one 
act by Isabella Holt, pseud, of 
Mrs. Haldeman Finnle. © 5May4l; 
D78149. Daniel Finnie, Donald 
Finnle, Robert Finnie & Janet Finnie 
(C); 15Jul68; R439191. 

IN A BOOKSHOP; one act by Elise West 
Quaife. © 4Nov40; D73074. Ernest 
Nehring (Wr) ;' 40ct68; R445052. 

IN WALTZ TIME, a comedy in one act by 
Philip Johnson. (French's acting 
ed., no. 3126) © l4Apr4l; D75844 . 
Philip Johnson (A); HJul68; 
R439195. 

INVENTORS CLEARING HOUSE, an address by 
Russell Gordon Dean. © 5Aug40; 
C12440. Russell Gordon Dean (A); 

i6jui68; R439663. 

IT HAPPENED AT MIDNIGHT, 3 acts by 
James Reach. © 31Jul4l; D75838. 
James Reach (A); 4Nov68; R447523. 

IT'S A SMALL WORLD, a comedy in one 
act by Richard Hill Wilkinson. 
(Drama guild plays) © 10ct40; 
D71882. Drama Guild Publishers 
(PWH); 23Sep68; R443567. 



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JACK OF HEARTS, a new musical comedy 
by Dailey Paskman. Based on the 
operetta by Franz Arnold, Robert 
Gilbert & Robert Stolz. Text only. 
© 3May4l;.D74726. Dailey Paskman 
(A); 15Jul68; R439567. 

JEWISH HOLIDAYS ON PARADE, by Dorothy 
F. Zeligs. © 8jul40; D70892. 
Dorothy Zeligs (A); 5Jul68; R438807. 

JIMINY CRICKET, a comedy in three acts 
by David Duncan, pseud, of Charles 
George. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© 7Jan4l; D73440. Walter H. Baker 
Co. (PWH); 23Jul68; R439761. 

JIMINY CRICKETS, a comedy of youth in 
three acts by Fae Duffy, pseud, of 
Austin Goetz. © 7Sep40; D71586. 
Austin Goetz (A); l6jul68; R439186. 

JINX FROM ALABAMA; 1 act by John 
Kirkpatrick. ©27Jun4l; D75825. 
John Kirkpatrick (A); 8Nov68; R448272. 

JOHANNA BALK; Oper in drel Akten; Musik 
von Rudolf Wagner- Regeny; Text von 
Caspar Neher. Klavierauszug mit Text. 
© 13Feb4l; D76098. Rudolf Wagner- 
Regeny (A) & Frank Tornquist (E of 
C. Neher); 280ct68; R447120. 



JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME; or One 
exciting night. A dramatic comedy 
in three acts by J. C. McMullen. 
(Baker's royalty plays) © 31Mar4l; 
D74704. Marie McMullen (W) ; 
19 Jul 68; R439355. 

JOY OF LIVING, a comedy in three acts, 
dramatization by Frank Vreeland. 
Actor's script. (Hollywood Longmans' 
plays) Based on the motion picture. 
© 6Nov40; D72346. RKO General, Inc. 
(PWH); 4Nov68; R447336. 

JOY OF LIVING, a comedy in three acts 
dramatized by Frank Vreeland. Direc- 
tor's manuscript. (Longmans' 4-star 
Hollywood play series) Based on the 
motion picture. © 23Dec40; D72885. 
RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 4Nov68; 
R447335. 

DER JUXBARON; Posse in 3 Akten von 

Pordes-Mllo und Hermann Haller; music 
by Walter Kollo, words by Willi Wolff. 
© 28Decl3; D38512. Willi Kollo (C) & 
Ellen Wolff (W); 3Jun68; R440773. 
Entered under German Proclamation cf 
12 Jul67 . 



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KANZLIST KREHLER; Tragikomodie in 

3 Akten von Georg Kaiser. © 20ct22; 
D62182. Margarethe Kaiser (W) ; 
8jul68; R439333. Entered under Ger- 
man Proclamation of 12Jul67. 

KOLPORTAGE; Komodie in einem Vorspiel 
& 3 Akten nach zwanzig Jahren von 
Georg Kaiser. © 30Apr24; D69402. 
Margarethe Kaiser (W) ; 8jul68; 
R439335 . Entered under German 
Proclamation of 12Jul67 . 

KONSTANTIN STROBEL (Der Zentaur) 
Lustspiel in 5 Aufzugen von Georg 
Kaiser. © 20ct22; D62177 . Margareth? 
Kaiser (W) ; 8jul68-, R439331. Entered 
under German Proclamation of 12Jul67. 



LADIES IN RETIREMENT; 3 acts by Reginald 
Denham & Edward Percy, pseud, of Ed- 
ward Percy Smith. NM: additions & 
revisions. ©2Apr4l; D74635 • 
Reginald Denham (A) & Mrs. Edward 
Percy Smith (W); 23Sep68; R444053. 

THE LADY FROM ABROAD, a comedy in one 
act by Mabel Constanduros & Howard 
Agg. © 3Dec40; D78911. Michael Con- 
standuros (C) & Ernest Balfour Agg 
(NK); 19Nov68; R448892. 

THE LADY KILLER; 3 acts by William 
Alden Kimball. © 24Jun41; D75467. 
William Alden Kimball (A); 40ct68; 
R445014. 

LADY NEAR THE TOWN, by Charles Kuhn. 
From the novel The laughing pioneer, 
by Paul Green. © 7Jan4l; D73053. 
Charles Kuhn (A); 23Dec68; R451711. 

THE LADY OF LARKSPUR LOTION; one act by 
Tennessee Williams. © 12Dec4l; 
D78629. Tennessee Williams (A); 
19Dec68; R451361. 

LADY OF THE MARKETPLACE, a Christmas 
play in one act by Charlotte I. Lee. 
(A Row-Peterson play) © 100ct4l; 
D77767. © Charlotte I. Lee; 
I40ct68; R445022. 

LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES, by Tennessee 
Williams. (In American scenes) 
© 19Jun4l; D75606. Tennessee Williams 
(A); 4Nov68; R450852. 

LAST DAYS OF DAVY CROCKET. See 
SUNRISE IN MY POCKET, (R) 



LAST JUDGMENT, by Edward Chodorov & 
H. S. Kraft. © 1Nov40; D72245. 
Edward Chodorov & H. S. Kraft (A); 
30ct68; R444690. 

THE LAST WIFE, a one act play in two 
scenes by Marjorie Carleton. 
(Baker's plays for amateurs) 
© 10Apr4l; D74702. E. J. Carleton 
(C); 19Jul68; R439353. 

LAUGHING PIONEER. See 
LADY NEAR THE TOWN. 

LEBEN EDUARD DES II VON ENGLAND; his- 
torie von Bertolt Brecht. Nach Mar- 
lowe. © 24Apr24; DF1919. Helene 
Brecht-Weigel (W) ; HJul68; R440643. 
Entered under German' Proclamation of 
12JU167. 

LET'S MAKE UP; one act by Esther E. Ol- 
son. © 25Mar4l; D74383. Esther E. 
Olson (A); 23Sep68; R444050. 

LIFT THINE EYES; 1 act by Marion L. 
Bishop. © 10Oct4l; D77766.' 
Marion L. Bishop (A); 250ct68; 
R446225. 

LOCAL COLOR, LTD., a comedy for women 
in 3 acts by Pat Adair & J. C. 
McMullen. (Baker's edition of 
plays) © 27Mar4l; D74381. Marie 
McMullen (W) ; 19Jul68; R439352. 

THE LONE RANGER; radio scripts by 
Francis Striker. © Wrather Corp. 
(PWH) 
No. 
1232-451. © 7Jan4l; D73061. 

23Aug68; R445598. 
1233-452. © 7Jan4l; D73062. 

23Aug68; R445599. 
1234-453. © 7Jan4l; D73063. 

23Aug68; R445600. 
1235-454. © 7Jan4l; D73064 . 

23Aug68; R445601. 
1236. © 7Jan4l; D73065. 23Aug68; 
R445602. 

7Jan4l; D73066. 
R445603. 

© I6jan4l; D73175. 
R445604. 

l6jan4l; D73176. 
23Aug68; R445605. 
1240-458. © I6jan4l; D73177. 
R445606. 
© l6jan41; D73178. 
R445607. 

© l6jan4l; D73179. 
R445608. 

© l6jan4l; D73180. 
R445609. 

© l6jan4l; D73l8l. 
R445610. 

© l6jan4l; D73182. 
R445611. 

© l6jan41; D73183. 
R445612. 

3Feb4l; D73471. 
23Aug68; R445613. 
1248-466. © 3Feb41; D73472. 
R445614. 

© 3Feb4l; D73473. 
R445615. 
© 3Feb4l; D73474. 



1237-455. 

23Aug68; 
1238-456. 

23Aug68; 
1239-457. 



23Aug68; 
1241-459. 

23Aug68; 
1242-460. 

23Aug68; 
1243-461. 

23Aug68 : 
1244-462. 

23Aug68: 
1245-463. 

23Aug68; 
1246-464. 

23Aug68; 
1247-465. 



23Aug68; 

1249-467. 

23Aug68; 
1250-467. 

23Aug68; R445616. 
12^1-4 

23Au, 
1252-469. 



© 3Feb4l; D73475. 
R445617. 

© 3Feb4l; D73476. 
23Aug68; R445618. 
1253-470. © 26Feb41; D73805 . 

23Aug68; R445619. 
1254-471. © 26Feb4l; D73806. 

23Aug68; R445620. 
1255-472. © 26Feb4l; D73807. 

23Aug68; R445621. 
1256-473. © 26Feb4l; D73808. 

23Aug68; R445622. 
1257-474. © 26Feb4l; D73809. 

23Aug68; R445623. 
1258-475. © 26Feb4l; D73810. 
23Aug68; R445624. 



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1259-476. © 26Feb4l; D73811. 

23Aug68; R445625. 
1260-477. © 26Feb41; D73812. 

23Aug68; R445626. 

1261-478. © 26Feb4l; D73813. 
23Aug68; R445627. 

1262-479. © 21Mar4l; D74173. 

23Aug68; R445628. 
1265-480. © 21Mar4lj D74174. 

23Aug68; R445629. 
1264-481. © 21Mar4l; D74175. 

23Aug68; R445630. 
1265-482. © 21Mar41; D74176. 

23Aug68; R445631. 
1266-483. © 21Mar4l; D74177. 

23Aug68; R445632. 
1267-484. © 21Mar41; D74178. 

23Aug68; R445633. 
1268-485. © 21Mar4l; D74179. 

23Aug68; R445634. 
1269-486. © 21Mar4l; D74180. 

23Aug68; R445635. 
1270-487. © 21Mar4l; D74181. 

23Aug68; R445636. 
1271-488. © 21Mar4l; D74182. 

23Aug68; R445637. 
1272-489. © 21Mar4l; D74183. 

23Aug68; R445638. 
1273-490. © 21Mar41; D74191. 

23Aug68; R445639. 
1274-491. © 2May41; D74749. 

23Aug68; R445640. 
1275-492. © 2May41; D74750. 

23Aug68; R445641. 
1276-493. © 2May4l; D7475L 

23Aug68; R44564 2. 
1277-494. © 2May4l; D74752. 

23Aug68; R445643. 

1278-495. © 2May4l; D74753- 

23Aug68; R445644. 
I.279-496. © 2May41; D74754 . 

23Aug68; R445645. 
1280-497. © 2May4l; D74755. 

23Aug68; R445646. 
i.281-498. © 2May4l; D74756. 
- 23Aug68; R445647. 
1282-499. © 2May41; D74757. 

23Aug68; R445648. 
1283-500. © 2May41; D74758. 

23Aug68; R445649. 
1284-501. © 2May4l; D74759. 

23Aug68; R445650. 
1285-502. © 2May4l; D74760. 

23Aug68; R445651. 
1286-503. © 2May4l; D74761. 

23Aug68; R445652. 
1287-504. © 2May41; D74762. 

23Aug68; R445653. 
1288-505. © 2May41; D74763. 

23Aug68; R445654. 
1289-506. © 2May4l; 



R441389. 
1290-507. 

R441390. 
1291-508. 

R441391. 
1292-509. 

R441392. 
1293-510. 

R441393. 
1294-511. 

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1295-512. 

R441395- 
1296-513. 

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1297-514. 

R441397- 

1310-527 • 
23Aug68; 

1311-528. 
R441400. 

1312-529. 
R441401. 

1313-530. 



© 2May4l; 
© 2May4l; 



D74764 . 
D74765 . 
D74766. 



© 2May4l; D74767. 

© 2May4l; D74768. 

© 2May4l; D74769- 

© 2May41; D74770. 

© 2May4l; D74771. 

© 2May4l; D74772. 

© 5Jul4l; D75532. 

R441399. 

© 5Jul4l; D75533. 

© 5Jul4l; D75534. 
D75535- 



D75537. 
D75538. 



m& 



© 5Jul4l; 

23Aug68; R441402. 
1314-531. © 5Jul4l; D75536. 

23Aug68; R441403. 
1315-532. © 5Jul4l; 

23Aug68; R441404. 
1316-533. © 5Jul4l; 

23Aug68; R441405. 



1317-534. 

23Aug68; 
1318-535. 

23Aug68; 

1319-536. 

23Aug68; 
1320-537. 

23Aug68; 
1321-538. 

23Aug68; 



© 5Jul4l; 
R441406. 
© 5Jul4l; 
R441407. 
© 5Jul4l; 
R441408. 
© 5Jul4l; 
R441409. 
© 5Jul4l; 
R441410. 



D75539- 
D75540. 

D75541. 
D755^2- 
D755^3. 



LONE RANGER, GREEN HORNET, NED JORDAN- 
SECRET AGENT; FEB. 21, 1941, 500 WATT 
INAUGURAL. By Fran Striker (Francis 
Striker) © 3May4l; D74815. Wrather 
Corp. (PWH); 23Aug68; R441398. 

LOVE CAN SETTLE EVERYTHING, a play with 
music; text by H. Myers & E. Eliscu, 
music by J. Gorney. © 40ct4l; D76052.. 
Edward Eliscu (A); 70ct68; R444976. 

LOVE CAN SETTLE EVERYTHING, a play with 
music; text by H. Myers & E. Eliscu, 
music by J. Gorney. © 40ct4l; 
D76052. Jay Gorney (A); 70ct68; 
RW977. 

LOVE IS NOT A POTATO, a comedy in three 
acts by Elena Miramova. © 23Aug4l; 
D77118. Elena Miramova (A); 
20Dec68; R451787. 

LOVE'S OLD SWEET SONG, a comedy in 
3 acts by William Saroyan. Acting 
edv' NM': addition. " © 30Jun4l; 
D75842. William Saroyan (A); 
15Jul68; R4 39190. 

THE LOWLY KING; one act by Martha Bayly 
Shannon. © 28Feb4l; D73&55 . Joseph 
S. E. Verga (E); 13Aug68; R440910. 

LUCY LYNTJ. See 
SOUND YOUR A. 

LYSISTRATA; operetta in three acts. 
English version by Olga Paul; 
music by Paul Lincke. Book only. 
© 6Jun4l; D75347. Edward B. Marks 
Music Corp. (PWH); 6Aug68; R441119. 



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LA MACHINE A ECRIRE, by Jean Cocteau. 
© 30May4l; D95414. Edouard Dermit 
(E); Uul68; R439058. 

MADONNA OF THE WILDERNESS, by Charlotte 

B. Chorpenning. © l4Sep40; D71601. 
Ruth Norris (C); 5Aug68; R440737. 

THE MAGIC CASTLE, a gay miniature opera 
in one act. Book, lyrics & music 
by Ralph Benatzky; adaptation & 
English lyrics by John A. Bassett. 
© 8jul4l; D76027. Mela Benatzky (W) 
& Edward B. Marks Music Corp. (PWH}: 
29Jul68; R440285. 

MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION; drama in three 
acts by Lloyd C. Douglas & Frank 
Vreeland. From the novel by Lloyd 

C. Douglas. © l4Mar4l; D74420. 
Betty Douglas Herman, Virginia Doug- 
las Dawson (C) & Alida Vreeland 
Hotze (W); 170ct68; R445800. 

MALE ANIMAL, a comedy in three acts by 
James Thurber & Elliott Nugent. 
(Acting edition) NM: additions & 
revisions. © 25Jun4l; D75841. 
Helen Thurber (W) & Elliott Nugent 
(A); 10ct68; R444398. 

MAN FROM THE SEA, by Mabel Constanduros 
& Howard Agg. © 14Apr4l; D75846. 
Michael Constanduros (C) & Howard 
Agg (A); 11JU168; R439194. 

THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER; 3 acts by 
Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman. Actin,; 
ed. Rev. © 5Nov4l; D78216. Anne 
Kaufman Schneider (C); 21Nov68; 
R449419. 

THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER; 3 acts by 
Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman. Act- 



ing ed. Rev. © 5Nov41; D7b2l6. 
Catherine Carlisle Hart (W) ; 7Nov68; 
R448006. 

MAN WHO IGNORED THE WAR, a war-time 
comedy by Harold Brighouse. 
(French's acting edition, no.1380) 
© 50ct40; D78910. Barbara Brighouse 
(C); 9Aug68; R441707. 

MANY LOVES. See 
TRIAL HORSE N0.1. 
MAUDIE'S DIARY; episode no.l, by Graeme 
& Sarah Lorimer. © l4Aug4l; D77025 . 
Graeme Lorimer (A); 22Aug68; R442253- 
MIDDLE AGES, by Norman Krasna & 
Julius H. Marx (Groucho Marx) 
© 12Sep4l; D77645. Norman Krasna & 
Julius H. Marx (A); 70ct68; R444950. 
MIDNIGHT, a mystery-comedy in three 
acts by Glenn Hughes. © 15Sep4l; 
D77594. Victoria Hughes & Glenn 
Hughes, 'Jr. (C); 25Sep68; R444029. 

THE MILLION DOLLAR KID, a comedy in 
three acts by Elizabeth McFadden 
Wright & Walter Hastings Wright. 
(Baker's edition of plays) 
© llApr4l; D74706. Elizabeth McFad- 
den Wright & Walter Hastings Wright 
(A); l6Sep68; R443613. 

THE MILLIONAIRE FROM MEMPHIS, a comedy 
in three acts by Richard Hill Wil- 
kinson. (Drama guild plays) 
© 10ct40; D71879. Drama Guild 
Publishers (PWH); 23Sep68; R443564. 
MISS SALLY'S PARTY; ballet; scenario 
by Verna Arvey, music by William 
Grant Still. © 20Dec4l; D76137. 
William Grant Still & Verna Arvey 
(A); 23Dec68; R451596. 

MR. AND MRS. NORTH, a comedy in three 
acts by Owen Davis. Acting ed. From 
the Mr. and Mrs. North stories by 
Frances and Richard Lockridge. 
© 24Sep4l; D78156. Donald Davis (C); 
10ct68; R444258. 

MR. SNOOP IS MURDERED; 1 act by James 
Reach. © 27Jun4l; D75824 . James 
Reach (A); 4Nov68; R447520. 

MISTRESS MINX, by Kenneth Haynes. 
© 15Jan4l; D73438. Kenneth Haynes 
(A); 9Sep68; R442773. 

MONKEY BUSINESS, a comedy in one act 
by E. Harrison Ott, pseud, of Rich- 
ard H. Wilkinson. (Drama guild 
plays) © 10ct40; D71883. Drama 
Guild Publishers (PWH); 23Sep68; 
R443568. , 

THE MORNING STAR, a play in 3 acts by 
Emlyn Williams. © 29Nov4l; D78463. 
Emlyn Williams (A); 4Dec68; R450073. 

MOTHER KNOWS EVERYTHING; one act by 
Ames L. Harper. © 13Mar4l; D74373. 
Dorothy Harper (W); 13Aug68; R440913. 

MURDER WILL OUT; tragic comedy in one 
act by Dorothy Sterling, pseud, of 
Charles George. (Baker's plays for 
amateurs) © l6May6l; D75134 . Walter 
H. Baker Co. (PWH); 23Jul68; R439693. 

MY SISTER EILEEN, a comedy by Joseph H. 
Fields & Jerome Chodorov. Based on 
the stories by Ruth McKenney. 
© 28Feb4l; D74008. Jerome Chodorov 
(A); 15Jul68; R439163. 

MYSTERY OF CRAZY CANYON RANCH, a comedy 
in three acts by E. Harrison Ott, 
pseud, of Richard H. Wilkinson. 
(Drama guild plays) © 10ct40; 
D71881. Drama Guild Publishers 
(PWH); 23Sep68; R443566. 



N 



NEBENEINANDER; Volksstiick 1923 in 

5 Akten von Georg Kaiser. © 19Mar25; 
D70996. Margarethe Kaiser (W) ; 
8jul68; R439336. Entered under Ger- 
man Proclamation of 12Jul67. 



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July-Dec. 



NEST EGG, a play in three acts by "Reg-" 
inald Denham & Daniel Blum. 
© l4Aug4l; D77024. Reginald Denham - 
(A); 22Aug68; R442252. 

NEW CHRISTMAS DRAMAS-: The Christmas 
heart, by Elsie Duncan Yale; No 
gift in return, by Mattie B. Shannon. 
© 310ct4l; D78544. Rodeheaver Co. 
(PWH); HDec68; R451215. 

NEW ENGLAND PICNIC, a comedy in 3 acts 
by Thomas Job. © 29Nov4l; D78462. 
Thomas M. Job & Ann B. Job (C); 
4Dec68; R450072. 

NEW ORLEANS; book & lyrics by 0. Hammer- 
stein II, music by Sigmund Romberg. 
Text only. © 25Aug4l; D77124 . Doro- 
thy B. Hammerstein (W), Alice H. Ma- 
thias, William Hammerstein & James B. 
Hammerstein (C); 26Aug68; R442l8l. 

NEWS FROM HOME, a play in one act by 
Charles George. (Baker's plays for 
amateurs) © 10Apr4l; D74700. 
Walter H. Baker Co. (PWH); 2JJul68; 
R439696. 

NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, by Laura Perel- 
man & S. J. Perelman. © 9Dec40; 
D72676. Laura Perelman & S. J. Perel- 
man (A); 9Aug68; R440866. 

NIGHT BUS; three acts & an epilogue by 
Samuel Hopkins Adams, dramatised by 
Frank Vreeland. © 5Nov4l; D78651. 
Alida Vreeland Hotze (W); 12Dec68; 
R451147. 

NIGHT OF HAPPINESS; or, The seven 
wishes. By Maurice Maeterlinck. 
© 26Dec40; D72868. Renee M. Maeter- 
linck (W); 40et68; R445049. 

THE NIGHTINGALE AND THE ROSE, an opera 
in one act; book by Nicholas Bela, 
music by George Lessner. © l6Aug41; 
D76032. George Lessner (A); 26Aug68; 
R441095,. 

NO GIFT IN RETURN. See 
NEW CHRISTMAS DRAMAS. 

NO ROOM IN THE HOTEL, by Dorothy Clarke 
Wilson. © 29Aug4l; D77356. Dorothy 
Clarke Wilson (A); 9Sep68; R442787. 

NO TIME FOR COMEDY, a comedy in three 
acts by S. N. Behrman. Acting ed. 
© 25Mar41; D74583. S. N. Behrman 
(A); 9Aug68; R441705. 

NOBODY SLEEPS, a comedy in one act 

by Guernsey Le Pelley. (A Row-Peter- 
son play) © 15Sep41; D77598. 
Guernsey Le Pelley (A); I40ct68; 
R445020. 

NORTH FLIES SOUTH; one act by Barbara 
Ring. © 19Feb4l; D73856. Barbara 
Ring (A); 9Sep68; R442775 . 



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OEDIPUS AT COLONUS, by Sophocles. An 
English version by Robert Fitzgerald. 
© l4Aug4l; D77305. Robert Fitzgerald 
(A); 22Aug68; R442050. 

OFF WITH THE MOTLEY, an improbable 
comedy in one act by Philip Johnson. 
(French's acting ed., no. 985) 
© l4Aug40; D78913. Philip Johnson - 
(A); HJul68; R439192. 

OLD SCHOOL SPIRIT; 3 acts by Pete 
Williams, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 8oct4l; D77853. James Reach (A); 
4Nov68; R447526. 

ONCE EVERY YEAR, a comedy drama in 
three acts by Hilda Manning, pseud, 
of James Reach. © 280ct40; D72562. 
James Reach (A); 12Sep68; R443444. 

ONE EXCITING "NIGHT. See 

JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME. 



ONE LESSON TYPEWRITING COURSE, by 
Gladys Bertram. NM: addition & 
revision. © 31Jul4l; CI3659. 
Gladys Bertram (A); 15Aug68; 
R441811. 

ORCHIDS AND ONIONS; three .acts by Jay 
Tobias. © 26Aug4l; D77202. 
Y. D. Adair (E); 9Sep68; R442785 . 

OUR FLAG, a patriotic musical playlet 
in one act; story & lyrics- by : Helen 
Finley, music by Sybil Maddox. 
© 12Nov40-; D39917. Sybil Maddox (A); 
27Sep68; R444&20. 

OUT OF THE FRYING PAN, Y comedy in 3 
acts by Francis Swann. © -80ct4l; 
D77866. Francis Swann (A); 240ct68; 
R446744. 

THE OUTSIDER, a play in one act for 
women by Evelyn Neuenburg (Evelyn 
Neuenburg Fogg) © 15Jan4l; D73437. 
Evelyn Neuenburg Fogg (Mrs. Leslie 
Fogg) (A);'19Jul68; R439341. 



PARADISE SOLD, a play by "Samuel Fayder. 
© 4jun4l; D75164. Frances L. Fayder 
(W); 17Sep68; R443922. 

PAT AND PATTY, a comedy in two 

episodes by Elliot Field. (Baker's 
plays for amateurs) © 13Mar4l; 
D74371. Elizabeth Staton Field (W) ;- 
19Jul68; R439348. 

PATRIOTIC AND UNAFRAID, a dramatic 
composition in 3 acts by Elizabeth 
Mitchell Trueblood. © l4jun4l; 
D75306. Elizabeth Mitchell True- 
blood (A); 20Dec68; R451786. 

PEACE, IT'S WONDERFUL, a one act comedy 

by Alphonso V. Barto. © 21Jan4l; 

D73300. Alphonso V. Barto (A); 

12Dec68; R450371. 
PEACE, IT'S WONDERFUL, a one act- comedy 

by Alphonso V. Barto. © 4Nov4l; 

D79821. Alphonso V. Barto (A); 

12Dec68; R450372. 

PERFECT CRIME, a family comedy in three 
acts by Bee Humphries, pseud, of Ber- 
tha Amlin Humphreys. © 20Nov40; '. 
D78160. Bertha Amlin Humphreys (A); 
7Aug68; R441388. 

DIE PERLE VON TOKAY; Operette. in 5 

Bildern von Max Wallner & Kurt Feltz, 
Musik von Fred Raymond. Full score. 
© 7Feb4l; D1904. Eva-Maria Raymond 

(W), Pilar Wallner (W) & Kurt Feltz 

(A); 3Sep68; R441735. 

PETER; 3 acts by James Worthing, pseud, 
of James Reach. © 15Apr4l; D74571. 
James Reach (A); 4Nov68; R447519. 

THE PHANTOM PLANE; one act by Lawrence 
G. Worcester. © 29Aug4.1; D77359. 
Lawrence G. Worcester (A); 9Sep68; 
R442790. 

PILATE AND THE CROSS, a drama of the 
Crucifixion in one act by James J. 
Glade, pseud, of James J. Glayat; 
prepared by Nathaniel Edward Reeid. 
(Longmans' play series) © 15-Jan4l; 
D73871. James J. Glayat (A); 30Jul68; 
R440167 . 

POOR LITTLE ME, by Katharine Hi Hiker 
(Katharine Hilliker Caldwell) & - 
H. H. Caldwell. © 27Sep40; D72021-. 
Katharine Hilliker Caldwell & Harry 
Handly Caldwell (A); 5Aug68; R440738. 

THE PROPHECIES FULFILLED, a Christmas 
cantata with dramatizations for mixed 
voices; text- & music by Vera G. Jack- 
son; 2 accompaniments by Maxine 
Stetzler. Based on Biblical versions 
of the Nativity. © 30Jul41; D76028. 
Vera G. Jackson Reynolds (A); 310ct68; 
R447131. 



QUADRILLE; 3 acts by Nicholas Asztalosj 
translated by Hans Bartsch. 
© l6Jul4l; D75664. Irene Palasty 
Bartsch (A); 310ct68; R447238. I 

QUICKIES; rehearsal-less entertainments 
by Jean Provence & others. 
© 12May4l; D75315. Walter H. Baker 
Co. (PWH); 23Jul68; R439697. 

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RAINBOWS IN HEAVEN, by Weldon Stone. 
© 24Sep40; D74085. Katharine. Stone ' 
(W); 5Aug68; R440739V. - 

RARIN' TO GROW, a comedy of youth in 
three acts by Charles D. Whitman, 
pseud, of Tom Taggart. © HNov40; 
D73072. Tom Taggart (A); 12Sep68; 
R443441. 

REMEMBER THE BRAVE; two acts. Story 
by Ireene Wicker & Beatrice Faber; 
songs & music by Ireene Wicker. 
© 5May4l; D76023. Ireene Wicker &- 
Beatrice Faber (A); 7Aug68; R44H94. 

REPERTORY OF PLAYS FOR A COMPANY OF 
THREE PLAYERS, v. 3. By Charles Ranr 
Kennedy. © 220ct40; D72856. Harold 
J. Gorst (NK); 19Sep68; R4-4365Q. - 

RETURN OF THE VAGABOND, a comedy in two 
acts and a prologue by George. M. ■ 
Cohan. A sequel to The -tavern.- 
© 17Dec40; D73070. Mary Cohan Ronkin 
(C); 27Sep68; R444146. ; 

- 
RIGHT FOOT, ESQUIRE, a comedy by N. E.' 
Dugger. © 27Nov40; D72511. Nancy 
E. Dugger (A); 20Sep68; R443493. 

RINGING IN THE GROOM, a comedy in one 
act by A. A. O'Keeffe. © 4Sep40; 
D71505. A. A. O'Keeffe (A); 29Jul68; 
R440320. 

THE RITUAL OF THE CALLING' OF AN- ENGI- 
NEER, by Rudyard Kipling. © 4jun4l; 
C13466. Corp. of the Seven Wardens 
(PCB); 17Sep68; R444231. 

ROMANTIC MR. DICKENS, a comedy drama 
in three acts by Henry H. Harper & 
Marguerite Harper. Revisions & 
additions. © HMar4l; DP74584. 
Henry H. Harper & Marguerite Harper 
(A); 12Sep68; R44344g. 

ROMANTIC MR. DICKENS, by Henry H. 
Harper & Marguerite Harper in 
collaboration with John Triggs . 
Rev. © 220ct4O; DU71842. 
Henry H. Harper, Marguerite Harper 
& John Triggs (A); 12Sep68; R443448. 

RUSTY FROM REDROCK, a human interest 
play in one act by Richard Hill Wil- 
kinson. © 10ct40; D71884. Drama 
Guild Publishers (PWH); 23Sep68; 
R443569. 



SAINT LAURENCE, THE MARTYR, a play in 
blank verse by Francis J. Kafka. 
© 30Dec40; D72929. Francis J. Kafka 
(A); 3Dec68; R450317. 

SECRET OF THE MINE. See 

BECAUSE THEIR HEARTS WERE PURE. .' 

SEND FOR SIDNEY; or, Find the woman. 
Three acts by Bee Humphries, pseud, 
of Bertha Amlin- Humphreys. 
© 300ct40; D72271. Bertha Amlin 
Humphreys (A);- 7Aug68; R440853- ; 



SENOR FREEDOM; one act by Jean Lee 
Latham. © 30Sep4l; D77769. Jean 
Lee Latham (A); 40ct68; R445017. 



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SEVEN WISHES. See 
NIGHT OF HAPPINESS. 

THE SHADOW; scripts by various authors. 
© Conde Nast Publications, Inc. (PWH) 
The case of the three frightened po- 
licemen, by Sidney Slon & Peter 

Barry. © l8Nov4l; D7836I. 3Dec68; 

PA t9986. 
The circle of light, by Sidney Slon 

& Peter Barry. © 25Nov4l; D78410. 

3Dec68; R449987- 
The devil's hour, by Sidney Slon & 
Peter Barry. © 2900141; D78046. 
4Nov68; FM7496. 
Dragon's tongue murders, by Sidney 

Slon & Peter Barry. © 160ct4l; 

D77923. 4Nov68; R4474g4. 
The hoodoo ship, by Sidney Slon & 

Peter Barry. © 210ct4l; D77924 . 

4Nov68; R447495. 
Headsman of the Camerons, by Sidney 

Slon & Peter Barry. © l60ct4l; 

D77921. 4Nov68; R447492. 
Assignment with murder, by Sidney 

Slon & Peter Barry. © l6oct4l; 

D77922. 4Nov68; R447493. 
The organ played at midnight, by 

Sidney Slon & Peter Barry. 

© 12Nov4l; D78218. 3Dec68; 

R449955. 
The terror by night, by Sidney Slon 

& Peter Barry. © 4Nov4l; D78115 . 

3Dec68; R449984. 

SHENANDOAH, by Delmore Schwartz. 

© 6oct4l; D82016. Kenneth Schwartz 
(NK); 30Dec68; R451812. 

SHE'S GOT EVERYTHING, a comedy in 
three acts dramatized by Frank 
Vreeland. Actor's script. (Holly- 
wood Longmans' plays) Based 0V1 the 
motion picture. © 6Nov40; D72347. 
RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 4Nov68; 
R447337. 

SHE'S GOT EVERYTHING, a comedy in 
three acts dramatized by Frank 
Vreeland. Director's manuscript. 
(Longmans' 4 -star Hollywood play 
series) Based on the motion picture. 
© 23Dec40; D72886. RKO General, 
Inc. (PWH); 4Nov68; R447334. 

SHOP-GIRL'S HONOR. See 
HER FATAL BEAUTY. 

SIDNEY THE SLEUTH. See 
WALDEMAR CASE. 

SING ME NO LULLABY, a play in 3 acts by 
Robert Ardrey. © 29Nov4l; D78461. 
Robert Ardrey (A); 4Dec68; R450071. 

RING NOWELL; one act by Katharine Kes- 
ter. © 4Nov40; D73073. © Edith 
Doris Kester (E) ; 40ct68; R445051. 

SINGIN 1 BILL FROM BLUE RIDGE HILL, a 
comedy in three acts by Henry Row- 
land, pseud, of Charles George. 
(Baker's edition of plays) 
© HApr4l; D74707. Walter H. Baker 
Co. (PWH); 23Jul68; R439694. 

THE SINGING HEART, a pageant cantata 
for Children's Day by Elsie Duncan 
Yale; with appropriate selected music 
by J. Lincoln Hall, Carolyn R. Free- 
man, F. A. Clark & others. © l4Apr4l; 
D39986. Rodeheaver Co. (PWH of E. D. 
Yale); 26Jun68; R440745. 

SISTER SUSIE SWINGS IT; 3 acts by 
Dorothy Sterling, pseud, of Charles 
George. © 210ct41; D78277 ■ Walter 
H. Baker Co. (PWH); 250ct68; R446228. 

THE SKIN GAME; one act by Marion Leon- 
ard Bishop. © 13Feb4l; D73857. 
Marion Leonard Bishop (A) ; 9Sep68; 
R442776. 

SLEEP IT OFF, a farce in 3 acts by Ly- 
ford M. Moore. © 12Jul4l; D75627. 
Anne Simpson Moore (W); 5Nov68; 
R448685. 



SOLO READINGS FOR RADIO AND CLASS WORK, 
by Marjorie Seligman & Sonya Fogle. 
© 28Mar4l; D74487.' Marjorie Seligman 
(A); 26Sep68; R444054. 

THE SONGS OF CHRISTMAS, a play with 
carols & tableaux by Martha Bayly 
Shannon. © 27Mar4l; D74372. Joseph 
S. E. Verga (E); 13Aug68; R440912. 

SOUND YOUR A; or, Lucy Lynn. Musical 
comedy by Harold Orlob & Don Witty. 
Music by Harold Orlob. © 28Aug4l; 
D76044. Harold Orlob (A); l4Nov68; 
R448594. 

THE STEADFAST HILLS, by Frances Dyer 
Eckardt (Frances Dyer Eckardt Smith) 
(Baker's plays for amateurs) 
© 15Jan4l; D73435. Frances Eckardt 
Smith (Mrs. Rockwell Smith) (A); 
19Jul68; R439339- 

STREETCAR IN THE ATTIC, a farce in 
three acts by Louis Anthony, pseud, 
of Louis A. Feldhaus. © HSep40; 
D71556. Louis A. Feldhaus (A); 
17Jul68; R439196. 

SUNRISE IN MY POCKET; or, The last days 
of Davy Crocket. An American saga by 
Edwin Justus Mayer. © 25Sep4l; 
D78004. Paul Mayer (C); 290ct68; 
R447180. 

SWEENEY IN THE TREES. See 

THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE; SWEENEY IN 
THE TREES; AND ACROSS THE BOARD 
ON TOMORROW MORNING. 



T ALLEY METHOD, by S . N. Behrman. 

© 8May4l; D74846. S. N. Behrman (A); 
12Aug68; R440856. 

THE TALLEY METHOD; three acts by S. N. 
Behrman. © 8May4l; D74846. S. N. 
Behrman (A); 22Aug68; R4409&5. 

TENANT FARMERS, a play in one act by 
Elliot Field. (Baker' s plays for 
amateurs) © l6May4l; D75138. 
Elizabeth Staton Field (W) ; 19Jul68; 
R4 39358. 

TENNIS CLUB MYSTERY; 1 act by James 
Reach. © 90et4l; D77858. James 
Reach (A); 4Nov68; R447527. 

THERE AIN'T NO MYSTERY; three acts by 
John Nash. © 26Aug4l; D77201. Jdhn 
Nash (A); 9Sep68; R442784. 

THIS NIGHT SHALL PASS, by Dorothy Clarke 
Wilson. © 29Aug4l; D77355. Dorothy 
Clarke Wilson (A); 9Sep68; R442786. 

THIS PRECIOUS FREEDOM, no.l by Arch 
Oboler. © 70ct40; D71899. Arch 
Oboler (A); 3Sep68; R441724. 

THIS PROPERTY IS CONDEMNED, by 

Tennessee Williams (Thomas Lanier 
Williams), edited, with an introd. 
by William Kozlenko. (In American 
scenes) © 19Jun4l; D75606. 
Tennessee Williams (A); 2Jul68; 
R439280. 

THOSE WERE THE DAYS, by Thomas Sutton, 
pseud, of James Reach. © l6Sep4l; 
D77859. James Reach (A); 4Nov68; 
R447528. 

THOU ART PETER, by Maryann Manly. 
© 26Aug4l; D77197. Maryann Manly 
(A); 250ct68; R446224. 

THREE ACTS, a play in 3 acts by George 
S. Kaufman & Edna Ferber. © 19Jun4l; 
D75338. Anne Kaufman Schneider (C of 
G. S. Kaufman); 28jun68; R441750. 

THE THREE SISTERS; 4 acts by Anton 
Chekhov; translated by Stark Young. 
© 25Jun4l; D7584 \ Lewis M. Isaacs, 
Jr. (E); 2Dec68; R450310. 



THREE SONS, an Easter play in three 
acts by Mary Russell. © 13Feb41; 
D73858. Mary Russell (A); 19Jul68; 
R4 39347. 

THUNDER ROCK; 3 acts by Robert Ardrey. 
© 30Jun4l; D75605 . Robert Ardrey (A); 
23Sep68; R444052. 

TIME AND THE TEACHER, by Effie G. Kuhn 
& Mary H. McLees. © 25Feb4l; D73859. 
Effie G. Kuhn & Mary H. McLees (A); 
9Sep68; R442777. 

TIME FOR ROMANCE; 3 acts by Alice 
Gerstenberg. © 100ct4l; D78108. 
Alice Gerstenberg (A); 280ct68; 
R447074 . 
TIME OUT FOR DANCING, by Mel Dinelli 
& Tom Stevenson. © 26Aug4l; D77200. 
Mel Dinelli & Tom Stevenson (A); 
4oct68; R444304. 

TIME TOLLS THE BELL, a drama in three 
acts; words & music by Allison 
Kingsson Johnn-St. Johnn. Book only. 
© 26Feb4l; D73795. Grace Willwinns 
Allison Kingsson Johnn-St. Johnn (A); 
31Dec68; R451843. 

TOO BUSY TO WORK, a comedy in three 
acts by Lawrence G. Worcester. 
(Baker's edition of plays) © lApr4l; 
D74703. Lawrence 1 G. Worcester (A): 
19Jul68; R4 39354. 

TOO MANY STARS; 3 acts by Jean Provence 
© 30ct4l; D78003. Jean Provence (A); 
40ct68; R445018. 

TOO MUCH BUSINESS; one act by Mary 
Coyle Chase. © 290ct40; D72273. 
Mary Coyle Chase (A); 7Aug68; 
R440&54. 

TRIAL HORSE N0.1 (Many loves) An en- 
tertainment in 3 acts & 6 scenes by 
William Carlos Williams. © 21Jul4l; 
D75722. Florence H. Williams (W); 
30Dec58; R45l8ll. 

TROUSERS TO MATCH; 3 acts by Samuel 
Spewack & Bella Spewack. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © 25Sep4l; D77752. 
Samuel Spewack & Bella Spewack (A); 
26Sep68; R444055. 

TWO MINUTES TO GO, a football comedy in 
three acts by Charles Quimby Burdette, 
pseud, of Lee Owen Snook. Test ed. 
© 9Sep4l; D77592. Mrs. Lee Owen 
Snook (W); l6Sep68; R443616. 

TWO STORY HOUSE; prologue, 2 acts, an 
interlude and a 3d act by Parker W. 
Fennelly. © 28Feb4l; D73824 . Parker 
W. Fennelly (A); 300ct68; R447227. 



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TOER ALLES SIEGT DIE LIEBE; Operette 
in 7 Bildern von Bruno Hardt-Warden, 
pseud, of Bruno Wradatsch, & Musik 
von Edmund Nick. Nach Zopf und 
Schwert von Gutzkows. Klavierauszug. 
© 13Feb4l; D76100. Edmund Nick (A) & 
Felix Wradatsch (E of B. Hardt- 
.Warden); 280ct68; R447123. 
UGLY DUCKLING, a play in one act by 
A. A. Milne. (French's acting 
edition, no.1360) © 10Jan4l; 
D78912. Dorothy Daphne Milne (W) ; 
6Dec68; R450373. 
UNDINE, a play in 3 acts by Schuyler 
Watts . Adapted & translated from 
the play of Jean Giraudoux. 
© 21Jan41; D73600. Schuyler Watts 
(A); 220ct68; R446284. 



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VEILCHENREDOUTE; Operette in drei Akten 
von Hans Adler; Musik von Carl Cerne. 
Klavierauszug mit Text. Nach Motiven 
von Richard Genee. © 17May4l; D76105 
Maria Ihle (NK of C. Cerne) & Johanna 
Pulitzer (NK of H. Adler); 280ct68; 
R447124 . 



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DRAMAS 



VELAND; Trag'bdie in 3 Akten von Gerhart 
Hauptmann. © 29Sep25; D81878. 
Barbara Hauptmann (E) ; 8Jul68; 
R4 39328. Entered under German 
Proclamation of 12Jul67. 

VTC AND SADE, by Paul Rhymer. 

© Mrs. Paul M. Rhymer (W) & Paul 

Parke Rhymer (C) 

July 10, 1940. © TAug40; D71143. 

31Jul68; R440713. 
Aug. 20, 1940. © 31Aug40; D71411. 

31Jul68; R440717. 
Sep. 20, 1940. © 80ct40; D71954. 

31Jul68; R440716. 
Oct. 17, 1940. © 15Nov40; D72523. 

31Jul68; R440714. 
Nov. 12, 1940. © 3Dec40; D72571. 

31Jul68; R440715- 
VILLAGE GREEN; play in 3 acts by Carl 
Allensworth. Rev. © 17Nov4l; D78374 . 
Carl Allensworth (A); 19Nov68; 
R449455. 



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W. S. GILBERT'S CREATURES OF IMPULSE, 
a musical fantasy in 2 acts for 
mixed voices; adaptation & addition- 
al lyrics by Edward Stasheff; music 
by Donald K. Phillips. © 3Jul4l; 
D76010. Donald K. Phillips (A); 
220ct68; R446478. 

WAGON TO THE STARS, a comedy in three 
acts by Jeanette Carlisle, pseud, of 
James Reach. Adapted from the novel 
by Mildred Poulke Meese. © 31Dec40; 
D73075. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
12Sep68; R443440. 



WALDEMAR CASE; or, Sidney the sleuth. 
Three acts by Bee Humphries, pseud, 
of Bertha Amlin Humphreys. © l40ct40; , 
D72270. Bertha Amlin Humphreys (A); 
7Aug68; R440852. 

THE WALKING GENTLEMAN, by Fulton Ours- 
ler & Grace Oursler. Version 3. 
© 30Jul4l; D75880. April Oursler 
Armstrong, Charles Fulton Oursler, 
Jr., Will Oursler & Helen Oursler 
Hill (C); LAug68; R440463. 

A WAY FOR ALL; one act by Frances Hole 
Underwood. © 13Mar4l: D74378. Fran- 
ces Hole Underwood (A); 9Sep68; 
R442781. 
WEAK LINK, a mystery comedy in three 
acts by Allan Wood. © 150ct40; 
D72268. Allan Wood (A); 12Sep68; 
R443445. 
WEDDING KNELL, a comedy in one act by 
John C. Hanley. (Baker's plays for 
amateurs) © 29Aug4l; D77354 . John 
C. Hanley (A); l6Sep68; R443615 . 

DER WEISSE HEILAND; dramatische Phanta- 
sie von' Gerhart Hauptmann. © lApr20; 
D63366. Barbara Hauptmann (E); 
8jul68; R4 39327. Entered under Ger- 
man Proclamation of 12Jul67. 

WELCOME TO GLORY, a fantasy in one 
scene by Kenneth Webb. © 19Jul4l; 
D75695. Lorraine Webb (W); 23Aug68; 
R442166. 
WHEN WE ARE MARRIED, in three acts by 
J. B. Priestly. NM: revision & addi- 
tions. © 210ct40; D72651. John 
Boynton Priestley (A); 7Aug68; 
R440855. 

WHO PURLOINED THE BUSTLE. See 
GRANDMOTHER'S GREAT GRIEVANCE. 



WILDCAT WILLIE GETS BRAIN FEVER, a com- 
edy in one act by Anne Coulter Mar- 
tens. © lAug40; D71508. Anne Coul- 
ter Martens (A); 29Jul68; R440323. 

WILLIE'S CANDID CAMERA, by Marion 
Hedrick Fuller. © 23Jun4l; D75463. 
Marion Hedrick Fuller (A); 13Aug68; 
R441661. 



THE WILLOW AND 
John Patrick 



I, a play in 3 acts by 
© 4Aug4l; D75874. 
John Patrick (A); 24Dec68; R451637. 

WINTERBALLADE, eine dramatische Dich- 
tung von Gerhart Johann Robert 
Hauptmann. © 170ctl7; D62433. 
Barbara Hauptmann (E); 8jul68; 
R439326. Entered under German 
Proclamation of 12Jul67 . 

WITHOUT LOVE; 3 acts by Ellen S. Barry 
& Philip Barry. © 4Nov4l: D78096. ■ 
Ellen S. Barry (A); 5Nov68; R448096. 

THE WOMAN IN THE FREIGHT CAR; one act 
by Essex Dane. © 29Aug4l; D77358. 
Rudy Engel (E); 9Sep68; R442789. 

A WORLD ELSEWHERE; two acts by Lynn 
Riggs. © 2Sep4l; D77299. Howard E. 
Reinheimer (E); 9Sep68; R442125 . 



YOUNG ADVENTURE; comedy in three acts 
by George Savage & John MacRae. 
© 19Feb4l; D75544. George Savage (A) 
100ct68; R445415. 



ZENTAUR. See 

KONSTANTIN STROBEL . 
ZOPF UND SCHWERT. See 

UBER ALLES SIEGHT DIE LIEBE. 



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Below each name are the tides under which the main entries are to be found. Re- 
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Abbott, Stanley Alfred. 
BIG, WONDERFUL DREAM. 

Abeling, Raymond 0. 

HOW GOD HEALS THE MEEK. 

Ableman, Paul. 

GREEN JULIA. 
AbraShj Merritt. 

A GAME OP CHANCE. 

Accardo, Ralph V. 

FISH. 

THE GOOD SEED. 

IN MEMORIUM. 

WE COME TO BURY GIACOMO PALUMBO. 
Ackerman, Harold. 

THE GRASS BENEATH THE SNOW. 

Ackerman, Michael. 

THE OTHER WAY AROUND. 
Actor, Allen J. 

ONE SUMMER IN MAY. 



Adair, Pat. 
LOCAL COLOR, 



LTD. (R) 



(R) 



Adair, Y. D. 

BALMY KNIGHTS. (R ) 
ORCHIDS AND ONIONS. 

Adamov, Arthur. 

THEATRE IV. 

Adams, Charles Montgomery, pseud. 
Treichler, Charles W. 

Adams, Henry. 

DEMOCRACY AND ESTHER. 

Adams, Samuel Hopkins. 
NIGHT BUS. (R) 

Adams, Vesta Eileen, i; 

BOOTEES FOR YOUR DOORKNOB . 

Adix, Shauna M. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 
Adkins, J. F. 

A BIRTH AT ASHKHABAD. 

Adler, Hans. 

THE DONKEY'S SHADOW. 
VEILCHENREDOUTE . (R) 



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