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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 23, Parts 3-4, Number i 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 

January— June 

1969 




COPYRIGHT OFFICE - THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1969 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries 
Third Series 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 23, Parts 3-4, Number i 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 

January— June 

1969 




COPYRIGHT OFFICE - THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1969 



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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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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 Contribudons 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 

Parts Music ^- ^^ 

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 Tide 17 of 
the United Stales Code). (BIO, GFO) 
P Published works in classes for which registration is 

possible for either published or unpublished works 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U Unpublished works in classes for which registration 

is possible for either published or unpublished 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

Price per 

semiannual 

issue 

Parts 7- 1 1 A Works of Art, Reproductions of Works 
of Art, Scientific and Technical Drawings, 
Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial Illus- 
trations ^2.50 

G Works of art and models or designs for 

works of art 
H Reproductions of works of art 

I Drawings or sculptural works of a scientific 

or technical character 
J Photographs 

K Prints and pictorial illustrations 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 1 IB Commercial Prints and Labels 2. 50 

KK Commercial prints and labels 
R Renewal registrations 

Parts 12-13 Motion Pictures and Filmstrips 2. 50 

L Motion-picture photoplays 

M Motion pictures other than photoplays 

R Renewal registrations 



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



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Table of Contents 

Page 

Current Registrations 1 

Renewal Registrations 53 

Name Index 59 



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 ac- 
company filmstrips which are registered in classes 
A and J and listed in Parts 12-13: Motion Pictures 
and Filmstrips. Works for which the copyright has 
been renewed are listed separately in the Renewal 
Registrations section. Selected published dramas 
currently registered in class A are also included for 
the convenience of the user. 

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

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

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

1) Title. 

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

3) Edition statement. 



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

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

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

7 ) Series statement. 

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

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

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

11) Information contained in the appHcation 
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 ap- 
plication or notice on the work explicitly 
limits the claim. 

1 5 ) 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. 

1 7 ) Registration number. 

For published works, whenever it is necessary to 
indicate a variation between the information given 
in the application and in the copy of the work with 
respect to the claimant's name or the date of pub- 
lication, the data from the application is given first, 
followed by the phrase "in notice" and the data 
given in the work; e.g., © Richard Roe; 12Jan69 
(in notice: 1968) ; DP6900. 

Works deposited in connection with copyright 
registration may be selected for inclusion in the col- 
lections of the Library of Congress. Library of Con- 
gress 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 avail- 
able 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. 

1 2 ) Renewal registration number. 



Abbreviations and Symbols 



The following list includes abbreviations and 
symbols used in this catalog with specific copy- 
right or bibliographic meanings. 



(A) 
a.a.d.o. 

a.k.a. 
Adm.c.t.a. 

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

appl. 



author(s) 

accepted alternative designation 

of 
also known as 
administrator (s) cum testa- 

mento annexo 
administrator (s) de bonis non 

cum testamento annexo 
application 



© 


copyright symbol 


(C) 


child or children of the deceased 




author 


comp. 


compiler 


d.b.a. 


doing business as 


(E) 


executor (s) of the author 


ed. 


edition, editor 


(NK) 


next of kin of the deceased 




author 


NM 


new matter 


P- 


page(s) 



VUl 



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(PCB) 



(PCW) 
(PPW) 
(PWH) 
prev. 



proprietor of copyright in a work 
copyrighted by a corporate 
body otherwise than as as- 
signee or licensee of the 
individual author 

proprietor of copyright in a 
composite work 

proprietor of copyright in a 
posthumous 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 January—June 1 969 



Class C — Lectures and other works pre- 
pared for oral delivery 608 

Class D — ^Domestic published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works.' ... 129 

Foreign published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works .... 99 

Unpublished dramatic and dra- 
matico-musical works 1, 487 

Dramatic works registered in 

class A 81 

Total 2, 404 



Renewals : Classes C and D . 



289 



These figures represent the number of regis- 
trations for dramas and works prepared for oral 
delivery for January-June 1969, but do not nec- 
essarily represent the exact number of entries in 
this issue of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. Reg- 
istration 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 tide 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. 



THE ABC'S, by Beth Llnnerson. 57 1. 
A play. © Beth Llnnerson; 27Feb69j 
DU73697. 

ABC'S OF EDP, FUNDAMENTALS OF ELEC- 
TRONIC DATA PROCESSING. 1 v. 
A script. Appl. author: Litton 
Systems, Inc., Mellonlcs Systems 
Development Division. © Litton 
Systems, Inc., Mellonlcs Systems 
Development Division: 19Peb69: 
C2al*00. 

THE A-TABLE, a play In one act by 
Ronald Armstrong. 1 v. © Ronald 
MacKay Armstrong; 6Feb69; DU73462. 

EN ANDELIG OPDAGELSE OG DENS BETYDNING 
(The demand of spiritual discovery) 
Et foredrag om Krlsten Vldenskab af 
Otto Bertschl; Stlg Christiansen, 
translator. 18 1. Appl. tl.: A lec- 
ture on Christian Science. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 2Aug65, C17855, 
27May66, BB301t4 . © Otto Bertschl; 
12Mar69; C21525. 

AARON BURR, by Charles A. Hallett. 
1 V. A play In 3 acts, Appl. 
states prev. reg. 24Feb64, DU596IO. 
NM; revisions & additions. © Charles 
A. Hallett; 25Apr69; DU74165 . 

ABER, ABER, HERR PROFESSOR! Elne 
kleine KomBdle mlt Musik von Ernst 
Waldbrunn & Hugo Wiener, Muslk und 
Lledertexte von Peter Wehle. 
[Austria] Universal Edition. 92 p. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; 20Mar69; 
DFO-1681. 

ABLUTION/ABSOLUTION? A play In two 
acts by Hobart Bell. 1 v. © Marlon 
Hobart Bell, Jr.; llFeb69; DU73535 . 

ABRACADAVER, by Jack Comwell. 80 1. 
A screenplay. © Jack H. Comwell; 
7Apr69; DU74075. 

ABRAHAM. See 
THEATRE III. 

ABU HASSAN. See 
TURKISH DELIGHT. 



THE ACCIDENT AT COLUMBIA LAW, a play by 
Sylvia Berry. 1^5 1. 2 acts. 
© Sylvia Berry; 12May69; DU74267. 
ACERO DE MADRID. See 

TRANSLATIONS OF THREE PLAYS BY LOPE 
DE VEGA: LA MOZA DE CANTARO, EL 
ACERO DE MADRID, AND POR LA PUENTE, 
JUANA; WITH AN INVESTIGATION OF 
THEIR DRAMATIC FORM. 

ACHARNIANS. See 
FOUR COMEDIES. 

ACRES OF DIAMONDS, by Andrew E. Elko. 
Program no.l: Sunrise Farm, a child- 
ren's vacation land. 7 1- © Andrew 
E. Elko; l6Jun69; C21829. 

ACT BETWEEN PIAYS. See 

THE EVENING YOU ARE SPENDING IS WITH 
ME. 

ACT THREE OF A ONE-ACT DRAMA, a three 
act drama by J. Edward Roberts. 
89 1. © John Edward Roberts; 
25Jun69; DU74655. 

ADAM DEODORANT COMMERCIAL NO. 1, by 
R. W. Becker. 4 1. A screenplay. 
© Randall W. Becker; 3Dec68; 
DU7338lt . 

ADAM HAD RED HAIR, by Robert W. Duncan. 
34 1. A play. © Robert W. Duncan; 
19May69; DU74358. 

ADAM'S APPLE, a musical by Andrew S. J. 
Sopko. 1 V. 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
26jan68. NM: addition. © Andrew 
Stephen Joseph Sopko; 23Apr69; 
DU7408I. 

ADDITION IN OTHER BASES. 4 1. A re- 
cording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; llApr69; C21632. 

ADDITION OF FRACTION, PART III. 5 1. 
Recording script. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; l4Mar69; C21491. 

THE ADJUSTMENT TO REALITY; lecture by 
Elcanon Isaacs. 1 v. © Elcanon 
Isaacs; 6Feb69; C21378. 



ADVANCED METEOROLOGY, SECTION A-C, 

by Sanderson Films. 3 v. Scripts of 
disc recorded narrations to be repro- 
duced as educational lectures. Appl. 
states prev. reg. I965, CI8157-I8159. 
NM: editorial revision & additions. 
© Sanderson Films, Inc.; 24jan69; 
C2134 3-2134= . 

THE ADVANCEMAN, an original screenplay 
by Philip Kopper. 1 v. © Philip 
Kopper; 8Apr69; DU74314. 

ADVENTURES OF A BLACK GIRL IN HER 
SEARCH POR GOD. See 
BLACK GIRL IN SEARCH OF GOD. 

THE ADVENTURES OP CHERRY LEVINE, a 
screenplay by Philip H. Dosslck. 
1 V. © Philip H. Dosslck; 30Apr69; 
DU74132. 

THE ADVENTURES OF FLEX AND SPRINGY 
MOONGLOW; created & written by 
Vincent J. & Salvatore I. Delia 
Rocca. Meet the moonglows . Half 
hour program no.l, segments 1, 2, 3. 
12 1. © Vincent J. Delia Rocca & 
Salvatore I. Delia Rocca; 12Jun69; 
DU74542. 

THE ADVENTURES OF HANS CHRISTIAN ANDER- 
SON, a children's musical, book & 
lyrics by Elva Mangold, music by 
Nell Love. (Cornelius Ruxton Love III) 
1 V. 2 acts. © Cornelius Ruxton 
Love III & Elva Mangold; l6Apr69: 
DU74086. 

ADVENTURES OP HUCKLEBERRY FINN. See 
AN EVENING WITH HUCKLEBERRY FINN. 

ADVENTURES OF LITTLE DIEGO, by Alfred 
Frantz Stury & John E. Copage. 
Rough draft. l48 1. A screenplay. 
© John E. Copage & Alfred Frantz 
Stury; 9May69; DU74385. 

THE ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO, by 

C. Collodi, pseud, of Carlo Lorenzinl. 
1 V. A recording script in 9 pts. 
Appl. author: Classic Text Tapes. 
® Classic Text Tapes, Norman H. 
Rogers, owner; 6Jan69; DU73598. 

THE AEROSOL GANG; lecture by Arnold J. 
Borget. 32 1. © Arnold J. Borget; 
llMar69; C21453 . 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE AFFAIR, by Joseph Sheppard. 15 1. 
A screenplay. ® Joseph S. Sheppard; 
27May69; VVTUKlB . 

THE AFFAIR OF LEXINGTON, a drama in 
two acts by Jane Heldt. 135 1- 
© Jane Heldt; 7Mar69; DU73739. 

AFORE NIGHT COME, by David Rudkin. 
2 acts. (In New English dramatists; 
introduced by J. W. Lambert. [Great 
Britain! Penguin Books, v. 7, p.[75- 
1391) ® David Rudkin; 310ct63; 
DF1985- 

AFRICAN FOLK TALES, by Carol T. Korty. 
'48 1. © Carol Tweedie Korty; 21Mar69; 
DU7386!) . 

AFTER THE WAKE, a play by Siobhan 
O'Ceallus, pseud, of Joan T. Kelly 
Ryder. 88 1. 3 acts. © Joan T. 
Kelly Ryder; l4May69; DU74282. 

AFTERMATH, a play by Alois Bauman (Jo- 
seph A. Bauman) 78 1. 6 scenes. 
© Joseph A. Bauman; 9May69; DU7't259. 

AFTERTASTE, a play by Robert Shure. 
92 1. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as The reckless breakfast, 
28Feb69, DU75684. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Robert Shure; 7May69; 
DU74246. 
AGAPE, a feature length motion picture 

written by Prank Q. Jones III. 60 1. 

© Frank Q. Jones III; 21Mar69; 

DU73862. 

AGENT V-5 OF WORLD. See 

THE DAY THEY DROPPED THE BOMB. 

L'AGRESSION, de Georges Michel. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 211 p. 16 scenes. 
© Editions Gallimard; 15Dec68; 
DFO-1661. 

AH, MOON OF MY DELIGHT, by Clayton 
Cheney. II8 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Clayton Cheney; 26Feb69; DU73662. 

AIDE-MEMOIKE POUR TYRANS A VENIR, de 
Walter Weideli. 97 1. A play in 
17 scenes. © Walter Weideli; 
l4Apr69; DU74W4. 

AINSLEY HOUSE, an original play by 

Luc lie Brown. 22 1. © Luc lie Brown; 
17Jun69; DU74574. 

AIRLINE AND UTILITY RATE REGULATION 
AND PROSPECTS FOR A CHANGE: A BOLD 
NEW APPROACH AND ITS IMPACT ON THE 
STOCK MARKET, by Richard W. Klabzuba. 
1 V. A talk. © Richard W. Klabzuba; 
19Feb69; C21399. 

AKHNATON, a play in two acts; book & 
lyrics by Michael Louis Nardacci. 
120 1. © Michael Louis Nardacci; 
19Feb69; DU73526. 

ALADINO E LA LAMPADA MAGICA; fiaba 
llrica in tre attl e undid quadrl 
dl Vinci Verginelli; musica di Nino 
Rota. Milano, Rlcordi. ^k p. Da 
Le mille e una notte. Libretto. 
© G. Rlcordi & C, S.P.A.; 8jan68; 
DPI 972. 

THE ALAMO, SAN JACINTO, AND THE 

REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. 51. (JM IH/press 
vignette) Appl. authors: Minnesota 
Mining 8: Manufacturing Co. 8c 
Cultural History Research, Inc. 
® Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 24Feb69; C2l4lO. 

ALAS, IT'S MONDAY; or. Who stole the 
roll book? A one act play for high 
schools by Eva Fidler. 12 1. 
© Eva Fidler; 6Mar69; DU73752. 



ALCOHOL AND DEPRESSANT DRUGS. 
DRUGS OF ABUSE. 



See 



ALFRED AND SHEILA IN THE MOUNTAINS, 
an original play by Luclle Brown. 
16 1. © Luclle Brown; 17Jun69: 
DUTlJSTS. 



ALICE IN WONDERLAND, by Roberta Vogel. 
35 p. 1 act. From the story by 
Lewis Carroll, pseud, of Charles 
Lutwldge Dodgson. © Roberta Fahey 
Vogel; 9Apr69; DU7't043. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND; dramatized by 
Lucile Brown. 46 1. 4 scenes. 
From the story by Lewis Carroll, 
pseud, of Charles Lutwldge Dodgson. 
Book & lyrics only. NM: additions. 
© Lucile Brown; 28Mar69; DU73930. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND. See 
THE UNDERGROUND ALICE. 

ALICE THE MAGNIFICENT, a musical play, 
book by Robert Hlggins, music & 
lyrics by Byron Tinsley. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Byron Tinsley 8c Robert 
Hlggins; 28jan69; DU73369. 

ALIVE FROM BOSTON ST.; sermonette by 
Oris Mays. Sheet. © Lion Pub. Co., 
Inc.; 19May69; C21785. 

ALL ABOUT COLORS, a dramatic musical 
presentation by Fern Sybil Keiner. 
1 V. 3 pts. © Fern Sybil Keiner; 
4Apr69; DU74000. 

ALL ABOUT THE SEWING MACHINE, by 
Clarice Lundberg. 1 v. Lecture. 
© Clarice Lundberg; 28Apr69; C21673. 

ALL THE GREEN BRUISED RICE, by Joseph 
R. Bianco. 25 1. A play. 
© Joseph R. Bianco; 2Jan69; DU73201. 

ALL THE LITTLE GIRLS WILD, by Stanton 
Lammers. 61 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Stanton Lammers; 24Feb69; 
DU73632. 

ALL THE WAY WITH THE U.S.A., a play by 
Bruce Tobin. 73 1. 7 scenes. Book 
& lyrics only. © Bruce Tobin; 
l6Apr69; DU74433. 

THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT 
(Recording scripts) By Murry Woroner. 
© Woroner Productions, Inc. 8c Great 
Fights, Inc. 
Fight no. 

13. Marcel Cerdan vs. Stan Ketchel. 
© 23Dec68; C21296. 

15. Sugar Ray Robinson vs. Stanley 
Ketchel. © 6Jan69; C21266. 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, by William 
Shakespeare; general introd. by 
David G. Pitt. New York, Airmont 
Pub Co. 142 p. 5 acts. (Airmont 
Shakespeare classics series, S22) 
Appl. authors: Beryl Rowland, introd. 
8c Airmont Pub. Co., art work. © on 
art work & introd.; Airmont Pub. Co., 
Inc.; 16Sep68; A72070. 

ALLSPICE, a play in five acts by Frank 
Watson Ward III. I69 1. © Frank 
Watson Ward III; 22May69; DU74466. 

ALOT OF SHIP; words by Arnold Gilden S: 
Jay Guss. 12 1. © Arnold Gilden 8c 
Jay Lee Guss; 24Mar69; C21557. 

ALPHA 2001 (Go, baby, go) Weltraum- 
stijck in 3 Akten von Herbert Williams, 
pseud, von Alf Leegaard; Deutsch von 
Rudolf Bremer, pseud, von Hanswalter 
Gossmann. Hamburg, Vertrlebsstelle 
und Verlag Deutscher Biihnenschrift- 
steller und Buhnenkomponlsten. 94 p. 
© Vertrlebsstelle und Verlag Deut- 
scher Buhnenschrlftsteller und 
Buhnenkomponlsten, G.M.B.H.; 10Apr69: 
DF1984 . 

THE AMAZING MISS ALCOTT; television 
script by Patricia Peardon (Patricia 
C. Peardon Horner) 1 v. ® Patricia 
Cameron Peardon; lAprfig; C21729. 



THE AMAZING, SPINE-TINGLING ADVENTURES 
OF MAUDE AND CLAUDE, an all-talking, 
all-singing, all-dancing, ail-Ameri- 
can cartoon, book Sc lyrics by Eugene 
J. Walter, Jr., music by Lynn Free- 
man Olson. 2 V. 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 5Sep67, DU69545. 
NM: addition 8c revision. © Eugene 
J. Walter, Jr.; 4Feb69; DU73405. 



AMAZON QUEEN. 
CAPTURED. 



See 



THE AMEN CORNER, a play by James 
Baldwin. New York, Dial Press. 

?i Pro 2 f°,*^: ® James Baldwin; 
lNov68; A43424. 

AMEN TO A MANTIS, by Randolph Umberger 
(Wallace Randolph Umberger, Jr.) & 
Benjamin Franklin Keaton, Jr. 70 1 
A play in 2 acts. Includes music 8c 
lyrics to 1 song. © Randolph Um- 
berger & Benjamin Keaton; 8jan69: 
DU73232. ' 

THE AMERICAN ALL- UNIVERSAL POP TOP 

SACRED COW CAPER, an absurdist parable 
by Michael Pitkow. 40 1. A play. 
© Michael Pitkow; 21Jan69; DU73326. 

AMERICAN FOLK TALES. 1 v. 6 film- 
strip scripts. Appl. author: Look/ 
Listen & Learn. © Look/Listen & 
Learn, Inc.; 9May69; C21832. 

AMERICAN HISTORY, COLUMBUS TO 1877; 
scripts for recorded lecture course 
by Clyde Griff en. 1 v. Appl. au- 
thors: Institute for University 
Studies 8: Clyde Griffen. © Institute 
for University Studies, Inc.; 
28Mar69; C21574. 



AMERICAN LOVE; script for recording 
by Eleanor Roe (Eleanor Roe Munzer) 
1 V. © Eleanor Roe Munzer: ^rir\ctf,P.- 
C21262. 



nor Roe Munzer; 300ct68; 



AMERICAN REVOLUTION, by Frank White 
(W. F. White) 1 V. A screenplay in 
21 scenes. © W. F. White; 27Mav69: 
DU74419. ' 

AMERICAN ROULETTE, a one act play by 
Tom McCormack. Dramatists Play 
Service. 30 p. © Tom McCormack; 
15Apr69; DP696O. 

AMLETH, a play in verse by William T. 
Betken. 1 v. 4 acts. © William T. 
Betken; 2Apr69; DU73967. 

THE ANARCHIST, a play in three scenes 
by Jon Cloud van Leuven. 60 1. 
© Jon Cloud van Leuven; 6Peb69; 
DU7347I. 

ANCIENT NUMBER SYSTEMS. 6 1. A re- 
cording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining 8c Manufacturing 
Co.; lApr69; C2l601. 



AND CAME THE ROAR FROM BELOW. 
ROAR FROM BELOW. 



See 



AND DWELT AMONG US, a series of chancel 
dramas by Dorothy L. Williams. 
Boston, Baker's plays. 66 p. 
Contents: Asrlel 8c others. © WeQter 
H. Baker Co.; 20Feb69; DP6952. 

AND SOMETHIMES Y AND W; book by Mary L 
Daniels, music Sc lyrics by Mary L 
Daniels. 1 v. 2 acts. S Mary 
Louise Daniels; 10Feb69; DU73495. 

THE ANDROMACHE OP EURIPIDES; translated 
by Robert D. Haslaoh. Rev. Sept. 
1968. 1 v. Translation Is based on 
the Oxford classical text, Gilbert 
Murray, ed. Appl. states prev. pub. 
abroad, 1902. © Robert D. Haslach; 
25Sep68; DP6912. 

ANGEL, GO HOME I A new play by William 
Dorsey Blake. 1 v. 3 acts. 
S William Dorsey Blake; 10Feb69; 
DU73508. 



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ANGEL OUT OF PLACEj written especially 
for the children by Ernestine E. 
Martin. 9 1- A musical play in 
two acts. Book only. © Ernestine 
E. Martin; 23Jun69; DU74629. 

THE ANGLE, by Brian McMaster. 25 1. 
A play. © Brian McMaster; 7Feb69; 
DU73'*76. 

ANIMALS IN TRANSPORTATION. 5 1. A re- 
cording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; 021531*. 

ANNIVERSARY ON WEEDY HILL, by Allen 
Joseph. 60 1. A play. © Allen 
Joseph; lllFeb69; DU73561. 

ANOTHER LOST GENERATION OF BLACK CHIL- 
DREN: CAN WHITE SOCIETY FIND ITS CON- 
SCIENCE? Address by Coretta Scott 
King. 51 1. © Coretta Scott King; 
7May69; C21696. 

THE ANTHEAP, by R. E. Cannon. 1 v. 
A play in 5 acts. © Robert Eugene 
Cannon; ItAprSg; DU7400'^. 

THE ANTHROPOLOGIST AND THE WHITE MAN, 
by Barry Litvack. 4l 1. A play In 
two pts. © Barry Litvack; 20Jun69; 
DU74612. 

THE ANTIGONE OF SOPHOCLES, a verse 
translation by Anne Allen. 67 1. 
© Theda Anne Allen; 9Jun69; DU745OO. 



ANY NUMBER CAN PLAY. 
LIDDIMOCKIE . 



See 



APOSTLE OF THE IDIOT, by Richard 
Milton Goldberg (Richard Joel 
Goldberg) 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Includes lyrics & music to 1 song. 
© Richard Milton Goldberg: 6Mar69: 
DU73733. 

APPLEJACK, a play by James Fisher. 

54 p. 8 scenes. Book Sc lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. rev, 51Mar67, 
DU68344, NM: revisions. © James 
Fisher; 2'4-Mar69 (in notices: I967, 
1969); DP6954. 

APPROACH . See 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. Program no. 5. 

APPUNTI SULLA TECNICA DELL' AFFIDAMEN- 
TO, preparato per Istituto Studl 
Economlci e Organlzzatlvl Milan da 
Ernest R. Jervls. 101 1. A script. 
© Ernest R. Jervls; 21Jan69; 
C21279. 

THE AQUATIC CHINEE, by Tom LaBar. 
25 1. A play. © Tom LaBar; 
5Mar69; DU73717. 
ARABIC TWO, by Ruth Rehrer Wolff. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Ruth Rehrer 
Wolff; 21Jan69; DU73311. 

ARCHIMEDES AND THE HUN. See 
EARTH. 

THE ARCHITECT AND THE EMPEROR OF 

ASSYRIA (L'archltecte et I'Empereur 
d'Assyrie) By Arrabal; translated 
from the French by Everard D'Harnon- 
court & Adele Shank. New York, Grove 
Press. 93 P- 2 acts. (Evergreen, 
E-486) Appl. author: Grove Press, 
Inc., employer for hire of transla- 
tors. © Grove Press, Inc.; lMay69; 
DP6984- . 

ARE THERE ALLIGATORS IN THE SEWERS OF 
THE CITY OF NEW YORK? By Peggy Simon. 
kk 1. A play. Includes music Sc 
lyrics to 1 song. © Peggy Simon; 
15Jan69; DU73273. 

ARIANNE, by Ruth Rehrer Wolff. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Ruth Rehrer 
Wolff; 2Jun69; DU7't-439. 



ARMS AND THE MAN, by George Bernard 
Shaw; edited with an introd. and 
notes by Louis Crorapton. Indiana- 
polls, Bobbs-Merrill. 114 p. 
(The Bobbs-Merrill Shaw series) 
(The Library of literature) 3 acts. 
NM: introd., chronology, bibliography, 
& notes. © Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc.; 
2Jan69; A50326. 

ARMSTRONG'S LAST GOODNIGHT, an exercise 
in diplomacy by John Arden. London, 
Methuen. 122 p. 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © John Arden; 8jul65; 
DPI989. 

THE ARMY NEEDS YOU, MARVIN, by Sammy 
Petrlllo. 34 1. Screenplay. 
© Sammy Petrlllo; 3Apr69; DU73986. 

ARRIVAL. See 

DESTINATIONS. 
ArS AMANDI. See 
WOMANNNNNKTflW. 

THE ART OF DRAMA, by R. F. Dietrich, 
William E. Carpenter & Kevin Kerrane. 
New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 
669 p. NM: preface, introd., 
biographies & glossary. © Holt, 
Rinehart & Winston, Inc.; 15Apr69; 
A75718. 

THE ART OF MODERN DRAMA, by R. F. 
Dietrich, William E. Carpenter & 
Kevin Kerrane. New York, Holt, 
Rinehart & Winston. 431 p. NM: 
preface, notes & glossary. © Holt, 
Rinehart & Winston, Inc.; 12May69; 
A76723. 

THE ART SCENE, PART ONE, MAN WITH A 
CORPSE ON HIS BACK, a play by Sidney 
Klngsley & Madge Evans. 1 v. 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
28Aug67, DU69592. NM: revisions. 
© Sidney Klngsley & Madge Evans; 
13Jun69; DU74550. 

THE ARTIFICIAL KIDNEY MYSTERY; or. 

The kidney machine. A comedy mysteiy 
In three acts by H. Bradshaw Spence, 
pseud, of Harry Grabstald. 103 1. 
© Harry Grabstald; 24Feb69; DU73650. 

ARTS, a one act play by Elaine Herman. 
52 1. © Elaine Berraan; 6Jun69; 
DU74484. 

AS THE COIN FALLS, a play in two acts 
by Kathleen Pyne. 1 v. © Kathleen 
Pyne; 12May69; DU74270. 

ASANTE SA YESU, by Elaine Charity, 
pseud, of Thelma E. Etheridge. 3 !• 
A play. English. © Thelma E. 
Etheridge; llApr69; DU74051. 

ASCHENPUTTEL, ein Marchenspiel in funf 
Akten nach den Gebriidern Grimm von 
Alexander Gruber. [Austria! Univer- 
sal Edition. 144 p. NM: new 
dramatic version. © Universal Edi- 
tion, A.G.; l8Dec68; DFO-I67I. 
[ASIAN FOLK TALES] 1 v. 6 filmstrip 
scripts. Appl. author: Look/Listen 
& Learn, Inc. © Look/Listen & 
Learn, Inc.; 5J-un69; C21791. 

ASRIEL. See 

AND DWELT AMONG US. 
THE ASSASSINATION OF LINCOLN. 5 1. 

(3M IM/press vignette) Appl. authors: 

Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 

& Cultural History Research Co. 

® Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 

Co.; 24Feb69; C21414. 

THE ASTRAKHAN COAT, by Pauline Macau- 
lay. 68 p. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) 2 acts. 
© Pauline Macaulay; 22Mar68; DFI95O. 
AT LAST OLYMPUS, by Michael Champagne. 
65 1. A play in 2 acts. © Michael 
Champagne; 6Jun69; DU74492. 

AT THE CROSS: THE JERUSALEM CYCLE; 
H. Kenn Carmichael, editor. 
Series 2. 1 v. A play. © H. Kenn 
Carmichael; 5Mar69; DU73722. 



ATTITUDE OF MIND. See 
SALES DYNAMICS. 

AUCTION NUMBER DRILLS, by Herbert 
Urson Butterbaugh. 31. © Central 
States Auction School, Inc.; l8ADr6q- 
C21675. - 

AUCTION: SATURDAY, 12 NOON, by Robert 
Noreault. 21 1. A play. © Robert 
C. Noreault; 28May69; DU74421. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY (Record- 
ing scripts) Scripts In this series 
are by Dento-Medlcal Tapes. 
© Dento-Medlcal Tapes, Inc. 
v.ll. 

15. Jan. 1, 1969. Digest issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Oct68 

& Nov. 68. NM: addition & revi- 
sion. © 3Jan69; C21738. 

16. Jan. 16, 1969. Clinical 
issue. Appl. states prev. reg. 
Oct68 & Nov68. NM: addition & 
revision. © 3Jan69; C21737. 

17. Feb. 1, 1969. Digest Issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Apr68, 
Aug68, Nov68 & Dec68. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © 20Peb59; 
C21383. 

18. Feb. 16, 1969. Clinical issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. May67, 
Jul68, Dec68 & 0ct68. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © 20Feb69: 
C21382. 

19. Mar. 1, 1969. Digest issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. Nov. 
1968. NM: additions & revision. 
© 26Feb69; C21440. 

20. Mar. I6, 1969. Clinical 
issue. Appl. states prev. pub. 
Jul. 1968, Nov. 1968. NM: revi- 
sion & additions. © 26Feb69; 
C21439. 

DIE AUGENBINDE; Schausplel von Siegfried 
Lenz. Hamburg, Rowohlt Verlag. 
149 p. 3 Akten. © Rowohlt Verlag, 
G.M.B.H.; 28Apr69; DFI978. 
AUNT CHARLOTTE; one act factual living 
drama of the supernatural written 
by Muriel Bean. 1 v. © Muriel 
Bean & Mary Bean; l6May69; DU74474. 

AUSTAUSCH. See 
TRIO. 

AUTO ADVENTURES; TAPE TOUR, SAN FRAN- 
CISCO, by Robert S. Wells & Beatrice 
F. Wells. 1 v. © Robert S. Wells & 
Beatrice F. Wells; 6Mar69; C21447. 

THE AUTOGRAPH HOUND, by James Prldeaux. 
44 1. A play in one act. © James 
Prldeaux; 28Apr69; DU74l80. 

AN AVALANCHE ... by Frank Parman . . . 
with music written by Lejaren Hiller. 
2 V. © Frank Parman & Lejaren 
Hiller; 29Nov68; DU73493. 



B 



BABY, YOU ON PROBATION, a one act play 
consisting of seven scenes, five of 
which are farcical, by Donald Hyde. 
1 V. © Donald Wayne Hyde; l6Jan69; 
DU73292. 

BABY'S BABY, by Norman Thaddeus Vane. 
91 1. A screenplay. © Norman 
Thaddeus Vane; lMay69; DU74205. 

THE BACHELOR'S TOMORROW, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Eric Taylor, pseud, of 
Jack T. Phelps. 30 1. © Jack T. 
Phelps; 17Jan69; DU73304. 

BACK TO BACK, a two part play by 

William L. Lederer. The end of the 
line; The landing. 1 v. © William 
L. Lederer; 26Feb69; DU73659. 

BAD GUY, by Stewart H. Benedict. 
15 1. A play. © Stewart H. Bene- 
dict; 27Feb69; DU73671. 



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Jan.-June 



THE BAD HUMOR MAN; screenplay by Ger- 
ald Krell & Meyer Odze. 2? 1. 
© Gerald Krell & Meyer Odze; 8jan69; 
DU73233. 

BADA, by Myron Levoy. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Bada, as seen from Gemini Five, 
4jan66, DuS^gjS. MM: addition & 
revision. © Myron Levoy; 27Mar69; 
DU73929. 

BAHAMA PASSAGE, by F. S. M. Williams. 
1 V. A musical play in four acts. 
Book only. © F. S. M. Williams; 
29Jun69; DU74585. 



THE BAKER, THE BAKER'S WIFE, AND THE 
BAKER'S BOY, a fable by Jean 
Anouilh; translated by Lucienne Hill. 
89 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Lucienne Hill; 27Jun69; DU74637. 

BALLAD FOR A FIRING SQUAD, a musical 
play; book by Jerome Coopersmlth, 
lyrics by Martin Charnln, music by 
Edward Thomas. Final revision, 
January 1969. 1 v. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states musical 
compositions prev. reg. 196? & 1968. 
© Jerome Coopersmlth, Edward Thomas & 
Martin Charnln; 2Jan69; DU73210. 

THE BALLAD OF JOHNNY POT, a western 
with music by Carolyn Richter. 
1 V. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Carolyn Richter; 15May69; DU7'^293■ 

BANANA MAN, a one reel film by DeWltt 
Beall. Draft no. 2. 6 1. © DeWltt 
T. Beall, Jr.; 15Apr69; DU7'H42. 

BANDWAGON, by Will, Rogers; adapted by 
Paul Shyre. 1 v. A monolog in 2 
acts. © Paul Shyre; 26May69; C21850. 

BANG! BANG I YOU'RE DEADl By Mack Owen. 
90 1. A play in 3 acts. © Mack 
Owen; 13Mar69; DU73767. 

THE BAPTISM & THE TOILET, by LeRoi 

Jones. New York, Grove Press. 62 p. 

(Evergreen playscrlpt, no. 10) 

2 plays. Appl. states The baptism 

prev. reg. 25May66, DU65901. 

© on The baptism; LeRoi Jones; 

30Jun67; DP6940. 

BAPU, a drama in five acts by Sterling 
Harper. II6 1. © Sterling Harper; 
2May69; DU7't215. 

THE BAR, by William Deal trey. 113 1. 
A play. © William T. Dealtrey; 
6May69; DU74242. 

THE BARBEQUE PIT, a play In three acts 
by Donna de Matteo. 131 1. 
® Donna de Matteo; 3Apr69; DU73981. 

BARNUM; book for a musical in two acts; 
book by Albert Dickason, words & 
music by Bernie Wayne. 38 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3Sep68, 
DU72337. NM: revision. © Albert 
Dickason; 3Mar69; DU73625. 



THE BARON'S WILL. 
FOUR PLAYS. 



See 



BARREL OF FUN, a new television game 
show created by Harvey Bacal. 10 1. 
Script. © TV Gems, Inc.; 6Mar69; 
021448. 

THE BARRICADE, a modern music drama in 
one scene by Ronald F, Maxwell; music 
by Joseph Turrin. 2 v. © Ronald F. 
Maxwell & Joseph E. Turrin; 5Jun69; 
DU74430. 

BART, a play by Erwln Horowitz. 34 1- 
2 acts. Baaed on Bartleby the 
scrivener, by Herman Melville, 
e Erwln Horowitz; 13Jun69; DU7't640. 



BARTHOLOMEW, a play in three acts by 
Philip Magdalany. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as A morality play, 
26Dec68, DU73169. NM: addition & re- 
vision. © Philip Magdalany; 27Mar69; 
DU73926. 

BARTLEBY THE SCRIVENER. See 
BART. 

BASIC MIND DEVELOPMENT COURSE. See 
PAM AMERICAM INSTITUTE, NO. 3: BASIC 
MIND DEVELOHIENT COURSE. 

BASIC SANITATION, by Carl Wayo & 
Harlow Redding. 13 1. Recording 
script. © Gerber Products Co.; 
l4Feb69; C 21376. 

THE BASIC TRAINING OF PAVLO HUMMEL, a 
play in 2 acts by David W. Rabe. 
1 V. © David W. Rabe; 2Jan69; 
DU73204. 

A BASIS FOR THE GRAVITATIONAL SOURCE, 
a lecture on gravitation from the 
view of logic by M. Argranov, pseud, 
of Mark Grain. I5 1. © Mark Grain; 
l8Feb69; C 21396. 

BASKET SETTING, a play In one act by 
Sandra Mir, pseud, of Lucille E. 
Emond. 25 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 28Aug67, DU69500. NM: addition 
& revision. © Lucille E. Emond; 
3Feb69; DU73t30. 

bASTAEDS. See 

THE BLUE CROCODILE. 

BATISSEURS D I EMPIRE. See 
THE EMPIRE BUILDERS. 

THE BATON, by Jack K. Campbell. IO8 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Jack K. Campbell; 
13Mar69; DU73768. 

THE BAY-TREE DANCS, s play in three 
acts by Frank A. Javor. 74 1. 
© Frank A. Javor; lMay69; DU74205. 

BE PATIENT, GRISELDA ; A musical by 
William Arthur, pseud, of William 
Arthur Papalardo. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© William Arthur Papalardo; llApr69; 
DU74055. 

BE PATIENT PRESSMAN; play In three 
acts by Tevia Abrams. 1 v. 
© Tevia Abrams; 17Feb69; DU73584. 

THE BEAK AND THE FEATHER, a play by 
William Pugsley. 107 1. © William 
Pugsley; 23Apr69; DU7'H49. 

BEAR, a screenplay by Paul Maglstretti. 
107 1. © Paul Allan Maglstretti; 
3Feb69; DU73420. 

BEAUTY FASHION. 1 v. 12 recording , 
scripts. Appl. author: Concept 
Pub. Corp. Appl. ti.: Counterpoints. 
© Concept Pub. Corp.; 24Feb69; 
C21385. 
BECOME YOUR OWN BEST FRIEND, by Fred 
Farls. 3 1. © Fred Paris; 29May69; 
C21838. 

THE BEDROOM, written by James Inman. 
117 1. A play. © James Inman; 
7Apr69; DU74128. 

BEDSIDE MANOR, by Fletcher Cross, 
pseud, of Fannie C. Porter. 1 v 
A play in 2 acts. © Fannie C. 
Porter; 19Mar69; DU73787. 

THE BEE. 81. A script. Appl. au- 
thor: Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; C21472. 

BEEN DERE; words & music by Benjamin, 
pseud, of Benjamin Goldstein, & 
Pot, pseud, of Philip Namanworth. 
2 1. Recitation. © Benjamin & Pot, 
Inc. ; 5May69; C21703. 
BEETHOVEN AND HIS NEPHEW. See 
IMMORTAL MORTAL. 



BEETHOVEN DIED, BLACK AND PROUD. 
By Doug Cass (Douglas S. Cass) 
Sheet. © Douglas S. Cass; 6Jun69; 
C2I815. 

BEFORE THE BEGINNING. See 
PIANET 14405. 

BEGINNING DEMOCRACY: ANCIENT GREECE. 
61. A script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; llMar69; C21466. 

BELCHER'S LUCK, by David Mercer. 
London, Clader & Boyars . I09 p. 
2 acts. © David Mercer; 28Apr67; 
DF1979- 
THE BELLS, a play by Sally Assln. 
103 1. 2 acts. © Sally Assln; 
9Apr69; DU74040. 

BELLYMASS, a five-scene ritual by 
Jon Swan. 4l 1. © Jon Swan; 
8May69; DU74199. 

BEN COLDER 'S HISTORY BOOK, by Sheb 
Wooley & Jack Spears. Sheet. 
© Sheb Wooley, Doug Cooper d.b.a. 
Channel Music Co.; 12Nov68; C21452. 

BERLINER MAUERKINDER. See 

EVENTS ALONG THE BERLIN WALL. 

BERTHA WITH THE BIG FEET, an experiment 
in playwritlng by PlerNlco Solinas. 
27 1. © PlerNlco Solinas; 17Feb69; 
DU73600. 

BEST OF OFF-OPF-BROADWAY. See 
CHAS. DICKENS' CHRISTMAS CAROL. 
DR. KHEAL. 

FORENSIC AND THE NAVIGATORS. 
MOON. 
MUSHROOMS. 
THE NEXT THING. 

THE BEST PLAYS OP 1967-I968; edited by 
Otis L. Guernsey, Jr., illustrated 
with photos. & with drawings by 
Hirschfeld. New York, Dodd, Mead. 
495 p. (The Bums Mantle yearbook) 
10 plays. Appl. states all new 
except drawings & prev. pub. portions 
of plays. © Dodd, Mead & Co., Inc.; 
12Nov68; A4l604. 

THE BETRAYAL, by John R. Famiglletti. 
41 1. A play. © John Robert 
Famiglletti; I4jan69; DU73270. 

THE BETRAYAL OF CHRIST, a play In three 
acts by Bernard Levine. 95 1- 
© Bernard Levine & Deborah Levine; 
17Feb69; DU74036. 

BETSY ON THE PHONE, a Pennsylvania 
Dutch monologue by Betty S. Beem. . 
11 1. © Betty S. Beem; 20May69; 
C21734. 

A BETTER HOME, by Charles Johnson. 

Sheet. Recitation. ©Lion Pub. Co., 
Inc.; 9Dec68; C21342. 

BETTER IS THE DAY OF DEATH, by Robert 
Olen Butler. 115 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Robert Olen Butler; 27Feb69; 
DU73699. 

BETTER LEIGHTON NEOTB . See 

JAN LEIGHTON, AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. 

BETTER TO HAVE LOVED, a screenplay by 
Wes Shelton. 159 1- ® Wes Shelton; 
19May69; DU74360. 

BETWEEN HEAVEN AND HELL IS HOME, by 
Jeffrey Wolf Kimmel. 1 v. Three 
acts. © Jeffrey Wolf Kimmel; 31Mar69; 
DP7016. 

BEWARE OF THE POOSTER, a play in three 
acts by Claire Klncade (Claire Kin- 
cade Feith) & Marc Wyler, pseud, of 
Michael T. Feith. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 24Aug65, DU63808. NM: 
revisions & additions. © Claire Kln- 
cade Feith & Michael T. Feith; 
2Jan69; DUY3200. 



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BEYOND THE CALL^ episodes 1-260, by 
Murry Woroner. 1 v. Recording 
scripts. © Woroner Productions, Inc. 
& Murry Woroner; 10Mar69; C21W2. 
BEYOND THE PILL, by Sheldon J. Segal. 
1. A speech. ® Sheldon J. Segal; 
5Jun69; C21789. 

THE BIG ANGEL, a play in three acts by 
Jack Spencer (Wilfred Spencer) 52 1. 
©Wilfred Spencer; 21Jan69; DU755W . 

BIG CITY BREAKDOWN, by Henry A. Zelger. 
1 V. A play. © Henry A. Zeiger; 
21Jan69; DU75315. 

BIG CITY PARK, by Karleen Schart Sabol. 
Episode 1: The glorious day. 12 1. 
A musical screenplay. Book & lyrics 
only. © Karleen Schart Sabol; 
l4Mar69; DU73777. 

THE BIG GAME, by Donald R. B. Douglas, 
pseud, of Donald R. Boyle. 1 v. 
A screenplay. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 15Dec67, DU70269. NM: revisions. 
© Donald R. Boyle; 27Jun69; DU74660. 

THE BIG GATE (Theatre in the real) 
By Albert Evans, pseud, of Albert 
Lipitz. 96 1. A play. © Albert 
Lipltz; 26Mar69; DU75827 • 

BIG LUTHER AND MR. HYDE, by Ron Haw- 
thorne. 16 1. A screenplay. 
© Ron Hawthorne; 21Mar69; DU74089. 

A BIG PAY OFF, a musical comedy by 
Majel Miles. 1 v. 2 acts. © Majel 
Miles; 30Apr69; DU74331. 

THE BIG SHOT, a comedy in three acts 
by El Wolfe (Elton C. Wolfe) 114 1. 
® Elton C. Wolfe; 12Jun69; DU745'H. 

BIG TIME BUCK WHITE; play by Joseph 
Dolan Tuotti; music & lyrics by 
Oscar Brown, Jr. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Oscar C. Brown, Jr.; 28Apr69; 
DU74249. 

BIG TOP, a play in one act by Geraldine 
Krug. 30 1. ® Geraldine Krug; 
llJun69; DU74521. 
BIGHORNS, an episode for Outdoor adven- 
tures with Uncle Will by Chet Hagan. 
25 1. A screenplay in 3 acts. 
© Colin Group, Inc.; lltFeb69; 
DU73569. 

BILLINGS ORGAN COURSE, PROGRAMMED ORGAN 
INSTRUCTION, by Zeb Billings (Gary 0. 
Billings) 46 1. Recording script. 
© Zeb Billings; 18nov68; C21515. 

BILLY, by A. L. Nevnnan. 1 v. A musical 
play in 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Abe L. Newman; 28Mar69; DU74097. 

BIMINI (De Leon of Bimini) A masque 
in three acts, ten scenes by Mar- 
garet Shaw Belsky (Mrs. Anthony 
Belsky) 15 1. © Margaret Shaw 
Belsky; 28Feb69; DU73589. 

BINARY, by Charlotte Kraft. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Charlotte C. 
Kraft; 24Feb69; DU73641. 

THE BINARY NUMBER SYSTEM. .. 6 1. A 
recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
® Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; lApr69; C21591. 

THE BINARY NUMBER SYSTEM. 5 1. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co, 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 4Apr69; C216IO. 

BIRDS . See 

THREE COMEDIES. 

BIRTHDAY PRESENT. See 

JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, BIRTH- 
DAY PRESENT. 



A BIT OP GREEN FOR GRADY, by Bernard 
Diamond. 39 1. A play in 2 scenes 
® Bernard Diamond; 10Jan69; 
DU73251. 

THE BITCH, by R. Jon Emr. 1 v. A 
play. © R. Jon Emr; 22Apr69; 
DU7453I. 

BIVOUAC ON THE SANTA FE. See 
THREE ONE ACT PLAYS. 



BLACK AUTUMN; original screenplay by 
David R. Robinson. 86 1. © David 
Royden Robinson; 26Jun69; DU74657. 

BLACK CAIN, an original screenplay by 
Jay Neugeboren. I37 1. Appl. 
author: Harry Gllckman as employer 
for hire. © Harry Gllckman; 
I8jun69; DU74576. 

BLACK CHERRY SODA, a two act play by 
Chris Assini. 87 1. Includes lyrics 
for 1 song. © Chris Assini; 5May69; 
DU74229. 

BLACK ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE AIR, by 
Alan Lomax. vol.1. 1 v. Radio 
scripts. © Alan Lomax; 25Feb69; 
C21638. 

BLACK GAL; original story and screen- 
play by Vernice M. Hill. 32 1. 
© Vernice M. Hill; 21Jan69; DU73322. 

BLACK GIRL, by J. E. Franklin, pseud, 
of Jennie E. Siegel. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Jennie E. Siegel; 
30Jan69; DU73378. 

BLACK GIRL IN SEARCH OF GOD, by Wanda 
Evans Coleman. 46 1 . 10 scenes. 
Adaptation & interpretation in play 
form of the satirical essay of George 
B. Shaw by the name The adventures 
of a black girl in her search for 
God. © Wanda Evans Coleman; l6May69; 
DU74308. 

BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL, IT'S BEAUTIFUL TO 
BE BLACK, by Andrew Young. 5 1. 
Sermon, © Andrew Young; 27May69; 
C21766 . 

BLACK POWER, a play by Louis Leibowitz. 
34 1. © Louis Leibowitz; 24jan69; 
DU73457. 

BLACK SUNRISE, a new musical, book, 
lyrics & music by Herbert D. Greggs. 
1 V. 2 acts. Based on Dracula, by 
Bram Stoker. ® Herbert D. Greggs; 
15May69; DU74334. 

BLADEROSEBUD, a play in three acts by 
Robert S. Ross. 1 v. © Robert 
Stuart Ross; 19May69; DU74356. 

THE BLAME, a play in three acts by 

Francis Carl, pseud, of Carl F. Wise. 
76 1. © Carl F. Wise; 8Apr69; 
DUY4026. 

THE BLINDFOLD, by Jose Lopez Rubio, 
English translation by M. P. Holt. 
90 1. A play in 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. pub. as La venda en los 
ojos, 1966. © Marion P. Holt; 
4Feb69; DU73403. 

BLOOD IS THICKER, a drama in three acts 
by Geraldine B. Massion. 59 1- 
® Geraldine B. Massion; 29Apr69; 
DUY4 187 . 

BLOW DIRT, a play in two acts by Tom 
Miller. 1 V. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 22Mar54, DU36701. NM: revision. 
© Tom Miller; 7Jan69; DU73226. 

BLUE BOYS, by Allan Knee. 101 1. 
A play in 2 parts. ® Allan Knee; 
13May69; DU74276. 

THE BLUE CROCODILE; or. The bastards. 
By Jack Selby. 66 1. A play. 
© Jack Louis Selby; 26Feb69; 
DU73843 . 



THE BLUE IN RED, a drama in three acts 
by Anatole Kairys. 92 1. ® Anatole 
Kairys; 7Apr69; DU74078. 

THE BLUE BIRD, by Maurice Maeterlinck; 
adapted from the original by Sala 
Staw. 74 1. A play in 4 acts. 
© Sala Staw; 9Apr69; DU73939. 

BLUEBIRDS IN THE SKY. See 
STORYPLAY. 

BLUEPRINT FOR LIVING, by Capital Enter- 
prises. 14 1. A recording script. 
© Capital Enterprises, Inc.; 19Mav69; 
C21744. 

BOBBY AND HONEY. See 
HONEY. 

THE BODY EXPERT. 2 1. A film script. 
Appl. author: Producers, Inc. 
©Producers, Inc.; 10Feb69; C21356. 
THE BODY IN 404. Ses 
THE INVESTIGATORS. 

BONES, a play in 2 acts by D. William 
Rabe. 104 1. © David W. Rabe: 
2Jan69; DU73203. 

THE BONEYARD, a comic drama in one 
act by Gladys Simon. 56 1. 
® Gladys Simon; 30Jun69; DU74667. 

BONUS MARCH, a play in three acts by 
Wallace Hamilton. 82 1. © Wallace 
Hamilton; 10Feb69; DU73503. 

BOO, by Sterling Harper. 1 v. A musi- 
cal play in 1 act. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1967, DU69151. NM: revision & 
addition. © Sterling Harper; l8Feb69j 
DU73547. 

BOOK BORROWERS, by Harry Becker. 3 1. 
Monolog. © Harry Becker; 24Mar69; 
C21566. 

BOOKS, PEOPLE AND LOVE, by Nelda 
Burris. 4 1. A play. Includes 
lyrics to 1 song. © Nelda M. Burris; 
31Jan69; DU73379. 

BORN OUT OF SUMMER, by Gianna Petrone 
a.k.a. Joan Petrone. 142 1. A 
screenplay. ® Gianna Petrone; 
15Jan69; DU73276. 

THE BOTCH, a play In two acts and ten 
scenes by Howard Roman. 1 v. 
© Howard Roman; 2Jan69; DU73206. 

LE BOULAHGER, LA BOULANGERE, ET LE 
PETIT MITRON, by Jean Anoullh. 
Paris, Table Ronde. 171 p. 
© Editions de la Table Ronde; 15Jan69; 
DFO-1666. 

BOW NORTH, a play by Maria Kout. 68 1. 
® Maria Kout; 22Jan69; DU73339. 

THE BOX; screenplay by Victor D. 
Solow & John Lehne. 23 1. 
® Box Film Co.; 21Apr69; DU7412r. 

BOX AND QUOTATIONS FROM CHAIRMAN MAO 
TSE-TUNG; two inter-related plays by 
Edward Albee. Dramatists Play 
Service. 55 p, Appl, states prev, 
reg, 21Nov68, DU72964. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Edward Albee; 
27May69; DP699O. 

BOY ON THE STRAIGHT- BACK CHAIR, a play 
by Ronald Tavel . 67 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only, Appl. states 
prev. reg. l4Jul67, DU69157. NM: 
additions & revisions. ® Ronald 
Tavel; 26Mar69; DU73903 . 

THE BOY WHO CAME TO DINNER, a Christmas 
play, book & lyrics by Prue Holden 
(Mary P. Holden), music by Jean 
Tandowsky. 1 v. 2 scenes. 
® Mrs. Ralph Holden & Mrs. Ralph 
Tandowsky; 7Mar69; DUT3643. 

THE BREAD IN THE BLOOMERS; original 
story & screenplay by Lillian White. 
34 1. ® Lillian White; 19Feb69; 
DU73607 . 



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Jan.-June 



BREAK, by Oliver Stone. 122 1. 
A screenplay. © Oliver Stone; 
23Jan69; DU753'*5 . 

BREAICFAST IN BED, a play by Josita 
Rodewald (Joseflna G. Rodewald) 
1 V. 2 acts. © Joseflna G. 
Rodewald; l8Feb69; DU73592. 



BRiMEN TOWN MUSICIANS. 
FICTION AND FANTASY. 



See 



A BRIDE FOR HUBERT, a three-act comedy 
by Harry T. Ferris. Rev. Aug. 28, 
1966. 97 1. © Harry T. Ferris; 
13May69; DU74250. 

THE BRIDE WORE PINK; original story and 
screenplay by Ann Beavers. 30 1- 
© Ann Beavers; 20Mar69; DU73850. 

A BRIDEGROOM FOR MARCELLA, by Ivan 
Klima; adapted by R. Wlllard. 1 v. 
A play. © Ruth Wlllard; llMar69; 
DU73752. 

A BRIEF HISTORY OP CAB-IN-FRONT STEAM 
LOCOMOTIVES, by Howard G. Hill. 
I'i 1. Script. © Howard G. Hill; 
12Dec68; C2127't. 

A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF 
THE STEAM LOCOMOTIVE, a paper by 
Howard G. Hill. 29 1. © Howard G. 
Hill; 22Apr69; C217'H. 

BRINGING IN THE SHEEP, by William 
Andrews. 17 1. A play. © William 
Andrews; l8Mar69; DU73826. 

A BROAD IS A BROAD, by Monte Guardino 
(Mariano John Guardino) 1 v. A 
play in 3 acts. ® Mariano John 
Guardino; ^l^Mar69; DU73896. 

THE BROKERS' OPERA (Fair exchange) 
Book & music by George Mead. 128 p. 
© George Mead; 26May69; DU7'+388. 

BROTHER LOVE, by Michael J. Marcotte. 
65 1. A screenplay. © Michael J. 
Marcotte; 21May69; DU74370. 

THE BROWNSVILLE RAID, I916, a play 
in three acts by P. J. Barry. 1 v. 
© Philip James Barry; 12May69; 
DU74232. 

BRUCE, a historical drama of Robert 
Bruce by Gerry Carroll. 135 !• 
2 acts. © Gerry Carroll; 12Mar69; 
DU73762. 

BUNNY BOY, a play in three scenes by 
Wallace Hamilton. 1 v. © Wallace 
Hamilton; 10Peb69; DU73500. 

THE BURGOMASTER (Der Bii'rgermeister) 
By Gert Hofmann; translated from the 
German by Donald Watson in collabora- 
tion with the author. New York, 
Grove Press. 76 p. (Evergreen 
playsorlpt, no. 12) 2 acts. © Grove 
Press, Inc.; 12Apr68; DP694l. 

BURNT LIPS IN SILENCE, a training 
concept in three scenes by New York 
City, iDepartment of Social Services, 
Bureau of Child Welfare, Office of 
Training. 38 1. © N. Y. C, Dept. 
of Social Services, Bureau of Child 
Welfare, Office of Training; 22Apr69: 
DU74589. ' 

BURY ME IN A CLOWN SUIT, by Joseph 
Taft. 131 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Joseph Taft; 22Jan69; DU73335. 

BURY THE ROOTS DEEP, by Hermine Duthie 
(Hermine Duthie Decker) II3 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Hermine Duthie 
Decker; 23May69; DU7'»3t3. 

THE BUSINESS OF GOOD GOVERNMENT, a 
Christmas play by John Arden. 
London, Methuen. 54 p. Book & 
lyrics only. ® John Arden; 23May63; 
DFI993 . 



BUT IT IS NOTHING, a rhythmia- play by 
Maria Chorafa; translated by Con- 
stant ine Cassolas. 186 1. 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 2May6l; 
DU53I67. NM: all musical material. 
© Maria Chorafa; 30Apr69; DU7'+129. 

BUT MORE THAN THIS, a corporate motion 
picture script by Robert E. Rosen- 
crans. 46 1. © Jerry Fairbanks 
Productions of California; 28Apr59; 
DU74185. 

BUYING AND SELLING, by Arthur Edwin 
Dodds. 1 V. 7 plays. © Arthur E. 
Dodds; 13May69; DU74278. 

BY GEMINI 1 A comedy with music in 
three acts and a prologue; book by 
Elisabeth Barbou (Elisabeth A. Baylor) 
& Murray Baylor, music by Murray 
Baylor. 2 v. Appl. states prev.- reg. 
28jun48, 15365 & 20Dec48, 17625. NM: 
additions & revisions. © H. Murray 
Baylor; 3Jan69; DU73214 . 



C. ALTER, by Gerard D. Sullivan. 

35 1. A play. © Gerard D. Sullivan; 
5Mar69; DU73724. 



CPT OF THE LAKE. 
RIGHTS . 



See 



CABARET OF DEATH, a play by Mike Major. 
(Michael J. Major) 55 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Michael J. 
Major; 27Jan69; DU73364. 

CABIN NUMBER ONE, a play by Louis 

Leibowitz. I8 1. © Louis Leibowitz; 
2May69; DU74210. 

CAFE-DA-FE, a burlesque show by Eugene 
Lion. 87 1. 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Eugene Lion; 25Feb69; 
DU73645. 

THE CAFE OF BROKEN WINGS, by Denlse 
Collette. 88 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Denise Collette; 7Apr69; DU74006. 



CAFE UNDERGROUND; original screenplay 
by Arthur Klrsch. 77 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 20Nov68, DU72g58. 
NM: additions. © Arthur Klrsch; 
2Jun69; DU74529. 

CAIUS MARIUS, a tragedy by Richard Perm 
Smith; edited Sc with an introd. by 
Neda McFadden Westlake. Philadelphia, 
University of Pennsylvania Press. 
152 p. 5 acts.. © Trustees of the 
University of Pennsylvania; 21Jan69 
(in notice: 1968); A55102. 

CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, AND NEW MEXICO, 
A REGIONAL HISTORY. 5 v. 5 record- 
ing scripts. Contents: Unit 1-5 ^ 
300 years, Cortez to Fremont. — 
1845-1860, the lure of gold. 
— A nation spanned coast to coast. — 
Statehood and nationhood. --An economic 
resurgence. Appl. author: Cultural 
History Research, Inc. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 21Jan59; 
C2l4l9-2l4l8, 21423-21422, 21425. 

CALIFORNIA TODAY. 6 v. 6 recording 
scripts. Contents: A visit in Cali- 
fornia. --Regions in California. -- 
Farmlands in Calif ornla. --Industries 
in California. --Recreation in Califor- 
nia. --Progress in California. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Jam Handy Organization; 12May69; 
C21719. 

CALISTHENICS FOR CHILDREN, program 
no.lj by Eugene Lachman, pseud, of 
Eva Lachman. 10 1. A television 
script. © Eva Lachman; 8jan69; 
C21270. 



EL CALLAO; escrita por Jose Antonio 
Torres. 44 1. Screenplay. © Jose 
Antonio Torres; 4Mar69; DU73705. 

CALLGIRL, a play in one act by R. M. 
Gamble. 20 1. © Robert M. Gamble; 
27Dec68; DU73237 . 

CALLING ALL SHOPPERS, original tele- 
vision script by Alfred Formlchelli. 
4 1. © Alfred Formlchelli; 7Mar69; 
C21449. 

CAMELLIA, a magical musical, music 
composed & arranged by Alan H. 
Arnold, book & lyrics by Burton H. 
Wolfe. 2 v. 2 acts. © Alan H. 
Arnold & Burton H. Wolfe; 27Jan69; 
DU73362. 

CAN A HEN LAY AN EGG WITHOUT A ROOSTER? 
A nutritional comedy by J. I. Rodale. 
June 1969 version, 1st ed. 19 p. 
© J. I. Rodale; 2Jun69; DP7010. 

CAN CHARLIE COME IN TO PLAY? A comedy 
in three acts by Edward R. Welngold. 
1 V. © Edward R. Weingold; 15Jan69; 
DU73275. 

CAN THIS GIRL? Book, music & lyrics 
by Carolyn Richter. 1 v. A play in 
two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Carolyn Richter; lJul69; DU74632. 

CANDIDE AND CO, a play in three acts 
by Philip Beauchamp, pseud, of Mateo 
Lettunich. 1 v. 3 acts. © Mateo 
Lettunioh; 9May69, DU74257. 

THE CANDY STORE; play in four scenes by 
Jay Reiner. 108 1. © Jay Reiner; 
17Mar69; DU73796. 

THE CANDYAPPLE, a play in two acts by 
John Grissmer. 1 v. ® John 
Grissmer; 2Jun69; DU74448. 



THE CANNIBAL EATERS, by John Armstrong. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © John 
Armstrong; 19Mar69; DU73816. 

EL CANON PERDIDO (The lost cannon) 
A play with songs by F. Cooke. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Frank E. Cooke; 
l8Dec68; DU73390. 

CAN'T YOU SEE IT? By Robert Lesser. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. ® Robert 
Lesser; 3Mar69; DU73692. 

CAPTURED; SHOOT-OUT; THE AMAZON QUEEN; 
THE MOUNTAIN MEN; PRISONER OF 
RUDOLPH; TO ARMS; by Gregory 
Guenzel. 7 1. 6 screenplays. 
© Gregory Guenzel; 19Jun69; DU74606. 

THE CARD CATALOG. 6 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
19Mar69; C21529. 

CARD PUNCHING IBM 29, a training 

program to prepare typists to become 
card punch operators; programmed by 
Forbes Robertson; technical 
consultant, Bernice Prey. 21 1. 
© Audicatlon, Inc.; 24jun69; C21856. 

CASE AND FEEDING OF CUSTOMERS. See 
EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. Program 
no. 11. 

THE CARING IS THE FAILING, a one act 

play by John V. McKenna. 26 1. 

© John V. McKenna; 28jan69; DU73366. 
CARNABY, a drama of psychotherapy by 

J. Arthur Long. 62 1. 2 pts. 

® J. Arthur Long; 6jan69; DU73521. 

CARR FORD. Sheet. Radio script. 
Appl. author: Cox & Tanz, Inc. 
© Cox & Tanz, Inc.; 15May69; C2176O. 



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1969 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



CARRETA. See 
THE OXCART. 

CARRY NATION, an opera in two acts, 
prologue, seven scenes, epilogue. 
Music by Douglas Moore; libretto by 
William North Jayme. New York, 
Galaxy Music Corp, 56 p. Libretto, 
Appl. states prev, reg. 17Mar64, 
DU59875, NM: revisions, ® Galaxy 
Music Corp,; 28Mar68; DP696I. 

CARRY NATION, an opera in two acts, 
prologue & seven scenes; music by 
Douglas Moore; libretto by William 
North Jayme, New York, Galaxy Music 
Corp. 191 p, Appl, states prev, 
reg, ITMareil-, DU59875 & 28Mar58, 
DP696I, NM: additions 8c revisions, 
© Galaxy Music Corp.; 23Nov68; 
DPS 995 . 

CASA NOSTRA, a musical drama in two 
acts; book & lyrics by Chuck 
Schiappacasse (Charles Schiappacasse) 
music by William S. Walker. 1 v, 
® Charles (Chuck) Schiappacasse & 
William S. (Bill) Walker; 22May69; 
DU74578. 

CASANOVA IN THE COWSHED, a folk rock 
love fantasy in two parts by 
Anthony Buttitta, 1 v, Appl, states 
prev, reg, 1^; 7, 50659, . 
NM: additions, © Anthony Buttitta; 
12Mar69; DU75758. 

THE CASE AGAINST OLD MOTHER HUBBARD, 
a monolog by Carl G. Becker. 5 1. 
© Carl G. Becker; 15Jun69; C21825. 

THE CASE OP JOSEPH CINQUE, by Joseph 
Llss. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Joseph Llss; 17Mar69; DU75840. 

THE CASE OF THE ELECTRALARM BANDWAGON, 
by Ray Lee & Charles Sarns, Sr. 
21 1. A musical play In five acts. 
© Ray Lee & Charles Sarns, Sr.; 
30Jun69; DU74665. 

CASH TO YOUR CREDIT, by John E. 
Schroeder, 9 1. Script. © Key 
Productions, Inc.; 22May69; C21758, 



UN CASO CLINICO; comedla in 2 tempi e 
13 quadri, dl Dlno Buzzati. Edited by 
Pia R. Raffaele & Margaret Gambone. 
New York, Appleton-Century-Crof ts . 
15'^ p. NM: pref., introd,, footnotes, 
revista & vocabulary. ® Meredith 
Corp.; 4Feb69; A47608. 

THE CASTING DIRECTOR, a play in three 
acts by Dorothy Beck. 56 1. 
© Dorothy Beck; 2ltFeb69; DU7361|-9. 

THE CASTING SPORTING GAME; Pts . 1 & 2. 
Words & music by Joseph Vuono. 
Folder. Recitation. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 6Nov67, EU28812. NM: ad- 
dition. © Joseph Vuono; 23Jan69; 
C21503. 

THE CAT AND THE RUMANIAN, In 3 encoun- 
ters; written at an intersection by 
J, I, Rodale. 28 p, 
© J, I, Rodale; 5May69; DP6997. 

THE CATALYST, a play in three acts by 
V. M. Watson. 112 1. © V. M. Watson; 
4Mar69; DU73711, 

THE CATASTROPHE, a curtain raiser by 
Francine Trevens . 13 !• 1 set. 
© Francine L. Trevens; l6Jan69; 
DU73294. 

CATCH A BRASS CANARY, by Donna Hill & 
James Hickjnan. Based on the novel 
Catch a brass canary, by Donna Hill. 
105 1. A play in 3 acts. P James 
Joseph Hickman & Donna Marie Hill; 
10Feb69; DU73512. 

CATCH A CHANCE, a play in 3 acts by 
Martin Tucker. 1 v. © Martin 
Tucker; 24Jan69; DU73lt56. 



CATCH ME IF YOU CAN, a treatment for a 
film by Stephan Lovi 8c Marilyn 
Goldin. 1 V. From stories by 
Paul Sand S: Stephan Lovi. © Stephan 
Lovi & Marilyn Goldin; l6Jan69; 
DU7329O. 

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN, by Frank Smith 8= 
David Tomlinson. 168 1. 2 acts. 
© Frank Smith & David Tomlinson; 
15Mar69; A57252. 

CATCH ME ON THE DOVfNFALL, by Robert 

William Hodge. I69 1, Screenplay. 

© Robert William Hodge; 6May69; 
DU742ltl. 

THE CATERPILLARS ARE CRYING, a play in 

three acts by Rose Ann Roth, 98 1. 

© Rose Ann Roth; 23Jan69 (in notice: 
1968); A44633. 

CATHERINE, by Mlchele Vacca. 112 1. 
A play in 3 acts. S Michele L. 
Vacca; l6May69; DU7'+298. 

CAVE OF POLYPHEMUS, See 
PLAYS: SECOND SERIES. 

CAVEAT EMPTOR. See 
THE INVESTIGATORS. 

CELEBRATION, a musical about winter; 
book & lyrics by Tom Jones, music 
by Harvey Schmidt. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Book 8: lyrics only. Appl. states 
lyrics prev. reg. NM: book. 
© Tom Jones 8c Harvey Schmidt; 
l6May69; DU74303. 

A CELEBRATION FOR WILLIAM JENNINGS 
BRYAN, by Geoffrey Bush. 71 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
® Geoffrey Bush; 3Feb69; DU73't60. 

CELLAR DOOR, by Ruth Apprich Jacob. 
IS"* 1. A play in 2 acts. ® Ruth 
Apprich Jacob; 20Dec68; DU73192. 

CESSNA PRE-FLIGHT FACTS, SECTION A-C, 
by Sanderson Films. 3 v. Scripts of 
disc recorded narrations to be repro- 
duced as educational lectures. Appl. 
states prev. reg. I960, C13528, 13519, 
& 13527. NM: editorial revision & 
additions. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
2itJan69; C21346-213't8. 

CHAIN-GANG CHUMP. See 
THE INVESTIGATORS, 

THE CHALLENGE, a play of today by 

Julius Vogel, pseud, of Julius Fogel. 
77 1. 3 acts. ® Julius Fogel; 
21Apr69; DU7'H21. 

CHANGE OF HEART, a play by Herbert 
Schwartz. 102 1. 7 scenes. 
© Herbert Schwartz; 21Jan69; DU73309. 

CHANGE OF LIFE, an original screenplay 
by Richard Monaco. 1st draft. 
1 V. From a story by Thomas Relchman. 
® Electric Shadow Productions, Inc.; 
2May69; DU74214. 

CHANGING A DECIMAL TO PERCENT. 4 1. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining 8c 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining 8c Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; 
C21461. 

CHANGING STATES OF MATTER. 4 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
® Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; C21541. 

CHAS. DICKENS' CHRISTMAS CAROL; freely 
adapted from C, Dickens, D. Duck, 
E, Phlegm, and others by Soren 
Agenoux. 5 scenes. (In The Best 
of off off-Broadway; edited by 
Michael Smith, p. 123-149) ® Soren 
Agenoux; 9Jan69; DP6933, 

CHARLES LAMB, by James Howard Leaf. 
106 1. A play in 3 acts. © James 
Howard Leaf; 6Feb69; DU73463. 



CHARLIE NICE, a comedy by Bob Kenney 
(Robert E. Kenney) 1 v. 2 acts 
® Bob Kenney; l!tPeb69; DU73537. 

CHARMIN' 'N' FARMIN', a 3 act musical 
comedy by Esther B. Glaser. 2 v. 
An adaptation of Song of victory. 
Appl. authors: Esther B. Glaser & 
Peggy B. Behrens. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 26Jun56, DU43037 . NM: addi- 
tions. ® Esther B. Glaser; 23Apr69; 
DU74394. 

EL CHE GUEVARA; sceneggiatura e 
dialoghi dl Adriano Bolzoni. 
180 1. ® Inducine, S.R.L. ; 
20Feb69; DU73655. 

CHEESECAKE AND HORSES, a sexy musical 
comedy play by Virginia Richmond. 
1 V. 3 acts. NM: addition 8= revi- 
sion. © Virginia Richmond; 5Feb69; 
DU74332. 

CHERRY HILL CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH, Sheet, 
Radio script. Appl. author: Cox 8c 
Tanz, Inc. © Cox 8: Tanz, Inc; 
15May69; C21761, 

CHEVALIER DE LA LUNE. See 
THEATRE III. 

CHIC LIFE. See 
THE DIRTY TRUTH. 

CHILD HEALTH CONFERENCE. 21 1. 

(Public health nursing, tape no. 2) 
Appl. author: D'Youville College. 
© D'Youville College; 25Apr69; 
021 647. 

CHILD STAR; screenplay by Eugene Brook, 
pseud, of J. R. Mayer. 34 1. 
© Eugene Brook; 2May69; DU74158. 

THE CHILDREN OF AINSLEY, by M. A. 
Weathersby. 83 1. A play in 3 
acts . ® Mary Anita Weathersby; 
24Feb69; DU73653 . 

THE CHILDREN OF JOYCE AND EDDY, a 
screenplay by George W. Brown & 
Rick Gentry (Herbert Richard Gentry, 
Jr.) 60 1. ® George W. Brown & 
Herbert R. Gentry, Jr.; 26May69; 
DU74410. 

[CHILDREN'S BIBLE STORIES] 1 v. 

16 filmstrlp scripts. Appl. author: 
Visual Data, Inc. © Visual Data, 
Inc.; l6Apr69; C21642. 

CHILDREN'S CLASSICS ON TAPE, by Ruth 
Llnd. V.3. 1 v. NM: addition. 
© Ruth Lind; 20May69; C21733. 

THE CHOCOLATE-COVERED CHERRY, a play in 
three acts by Jeannie Sakol (Jeanne 
Sakol) 1 V. Based on the short 
story written In I962. © Jeanne 
Sakol; 30Apr69; DU74l08. 

THE CHOICE, an original drama by Henry 
Denker. Final draft: Feb. 28, I969. 
61 1. A screenplay. © Henry 
Denker; 24Mar69; DUT3894 . 

CHOICES, a motion picture script by 
Jules Bacal & Alfred Socolow. 36 1. 
© Jules Bacal & Alfred Socolow; 
20May69; DU74364. 

DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP: DE OPLOS- 
SING VOOR DE PROBLEMEN VAN DEZE TIJD 
(Meeting today's challenge with 
Christian Science) Een lezing over 
de Christelijke Wetenschap door 
Georgina Tennant; Angelique A. van 
Motman, translator. 24 1. Appl. ti.: 
A lecture on Christian Science. Appl. 
states prev. reg. lApr64 , C16644 . 
© Georgina Tennant; 12Mar69; C21520. 

CHRISTIANITY AND CONTRACEPTION, by 
Art King (Arthur H. King, Jr.) 
8 1. © Arthur H. King, Jr.; 5Jun&9; 
C21790. 



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Jan.-June 



DIE CHRISTLICHE WISSENSCHAFT BEGEGNET 
DEN HERAUSFORDERUNGEN UNSERER ZEIT 
(Meeting today's challenge with 
Christian Science) Eln Vortrag uber 
die Christllche Wissenschaft von 
Georglna Tennant; Margarethe He lb & 
Eric Huber, translators. 22 1. Appl. 
ti.: A lecture on Christian Science. 
Appl. states prev. reg. lAprft, 
ClS&t'J. © Georglna Tennant; 12Mar69; 
C215I9. 

THE CHRISTMAS STORY, by Maya Grunska. 
81. A play. © Maya Grunska; 
5Feb69; DU73'*58. 

CID. See 
CORNEILLE. 

CINDERELLA AND THE PRINCE WHO LOVED 
BASEBALL, by Elly Basayne (Eleanor 
Basayne) 45 1. A musical play. 
Based on the fairy tale. Book & 
lyrics only. © Eleanor Basayne; 
10Mar69; DUTJ&tlt . 

CINDY WAS A BITCH, a play In one act 
by Theodore Brltton-Czukor. 2k 1. 
© Theodore Brltton-Czukor; 3Mar69; 
DU75688. 

CINQUE, a dramatic musical In two acts; 
concept, book & lyrics by Clement 
Pfuller, pseud, of Clement Puller. 
1 V. © Clement Fuller; 12Feb69: 
DU734it3. 

CIRCUITS TO RIDE, a musical ... by 
Marjorle Whitehead. Based on God's 
way in the whirlwind, by Marjorle 
Whitehead. 1 v. 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. Nov. I962, 
DU56627. NM: additions S: revisions. 
© Marjorle Whitehead; 10Feb69: 
DU73494. 

CIRCUS OF THE LEFT HAND, a play in 
three acts by Alan Michael Genelln. 
1 v. Includes lyrics to 1 song. 
© Alan Michael Genelln; l4Feb69; 
DU73564. 

CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE, See 

THE ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT: AND THOU 
SHALT DISOBEY. 

CIVIL LIBERTIES IN PERSPECTIVE, an 
address by Art King (Arthur H. King, 
Jr.) 9 1. © Arthur Herbert King, 
Jr.; 15Apr69; C21637 . 

CLAIM TO FAME GAL, by Linda Stockham. 
50 1. A play in 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 25Jan68, DU70650. 
NM: revision. © Linda Juanita Stock- 
ham; 23Apr69; DU7'to80. 

CLAIM TRAINING - AUTO. 48 1. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Travelers 
Insurance Co. © Travelers Insurance 
Co.; l4May69; C21765 . 

CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE. See 

YOUR DAUGHTER, SIR, 'S A WINSOME 
LASS. 

CLASSICS FOR CONTEMPORARIES: OLD 

DRAMAS FOR NEW THEATERS; edited with 
Introductions by Ruby Cohn, George 
Armstrong & Arlln Hlken. New York, 
Random House. 401 p. NM: 
Introductions, compilation & 
footnotes. ® Random House, Inc.; 
12Dec68; A7589I. 

THE CLIFFS BY THE SEA, a three-act play 
by Elizabeth Fllppln. 77 1. 
® Elizabeth B. Fllppln; 28Apr69; 
DU74181 . 

CLIMBING JACOB'S LADDER, a dramatlco- 
muslcal presentation; script by James 
P. Brawley, music composed, arranged 
& conducted by Frederick D. Hall. 
26 1. 6 parts. From the forthcoming 
book, The Methodist Church and educa^ 
tlon for Negro youth, by James P. 
Brawley. Script only, t' General 
Conference Commission on Entertain- 
ment & Program, the United Methodist 
Church; 17Mar69; C21505. 



CLOCK ARITHMETIC: ADDITION. 5 1. 
A script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.: 
llMar69; C21478. 

CLOCK ARITHMETIC, MULTIPLICATION. 
61. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 19Mar69; C21550. 

CLOCK ARITHMETIC - PROBLEMS. 5 1. 
A script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; llMar69; C21477 . 

CLOCK ARITHMETIC: SUBSTRACTION. 5 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 4Apr69; C21615. 

CLOUDS. See 

THREE COMEDIES. 

CLOWN AT THE PIANO, a play In two acts 

by Seth Daniel Rlemer. 55 1. 

© Seth Daniel Riemer; 6Mar69; 

DU73736. 
COAST TO A CLOSE. See 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. Program 
no. 15. 

COAT OF MANY COLORS, a play about 
Joseph in Egypt by Barrie Stavls, 
introd. by John Lewin. New York, 
A. S. Barnes & Co. l43 p. 2 acts. 
© Barrie Stavls; 31Dec68; A43955. 

COCKADE, by Charles Wood. Prisoner and 
escort; John Thomas; Spare. (In 
New English dramatists 8. [Great 
Britain] Penguin Books. p.15-98) 
© Charles Wood; 28jan65; DF1977. 

THE COCKED HAT; screenplay by Eugene 
Brook, pseud, of J. R. Mayer. 
47 1. © Eugene Brook; 2May69; 
DU74159. 

COLETTE; adapted by Elinor Jones from 
Earthly paradise, by Robert Phelps. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. pub. 
28Mar66, A828996. NM: dramatization. 
© Elinor Jones; 31Jan69; DU73393. 

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF CLAUDIA, a 

two act play by Mllas Hurley. 99 1. 
A musical play. © Milas L. Hurley, 
Jr.; 12Nov68; DU75238. 

THE COLLECTION AND THE LOVER, by Harold 
Pinter. London, Methuen & Co. 94 p. 
With The examination. © H. Pinter, 
Ltd.; 25Apr63; DF1970. 

COLLISION! A 3 act stage play by Skip 
Flckllng (Forrest E. Flckllng) 
11 1. © Forrest E. Flckllng Sc 
Gloria G. Flckllng; 24Feb69; 
DU73636. 

COLONIAL AMERICAN ROUND-UP, by Pathways 
to Children's Literature. Pts. 1-6. 
1 V. A script. © Pathways To 
Children's Literature, Inc.; 20Mar69; 
C 215 24. 

THE COLONIAL DUDES, by Martin Duberman. 
40 1. A play. © Martin Duberman; 
5May69; DU74219- 

COLONIZATION AND REVOLUTION. See 
NEW ENGLAND, A REGIONAL HISTORY. 

COLUMBUS DAY. 9 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. ® Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. ; 
lApr69; C21586. 

COME, GENTLE NIGHT. See 
GETTING DARK FOR WINTER. 



THE COMEDIA OF PHILIP, by Paul Robert 
Rowe (Paul. George Rowe) 1 v. A 
play. © Paul George Rowe; 31Jan69; 
DU73399. 

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, by William 
Shakespeare; general Introd. by 
David G. Pitt. New York, Alrmont 
Pub. Co. 96 p. 5 acts. (Alrmont 
Shakespeare classics series, S23) 
Appl. authors: 0. H. Rudzik, Introd. 
& Alrmont Pub. Co., art work. © on 
art work & introd.; Alrmont Pub. Co., 
Inc.; I6sep68; A72069. 
COMFORTS OP HOME. See 
FOUR PLAYS. 

COMIC MONOLOGUES & SKETCHES, vol.3. 
Twelve comedy bits for stage or TV 
by Philip Hoffman. 1 v. © Philip 
Hoffman; l4Feb69; C21361. 

THE COMIC THEATRE, a comedy in three 
acts by Carlo Goldoni; translated 
from the Italian by John W. Miller 
with an Introd. by Donald Cheney. 
Lincoln, University of Nebraska 
Press. 9^ p. MM: translation, 
Introd., translator's note & appendix. 
© University of Nebraska Press; 
lApr69; A72071. 

THE COMING OF THE ZEBRA, a play in 
three acts by Chester A. Franklin. 
42 1. © Chester A. Franklin; 
4Feb69; DU73433. 

COMMENT LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE PEUT VOUS 
AIDER (How Christian Science can help 
you) Par Charles M. Carr; Marc E. 
Engeler, translator. 24 1. Appl. 
tl.: A lecture on Christian Science. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Jan64, 
C16641. © Charles M. Carr; 28Feb69: 
C21431. 

THE COMMERCIAL GAME, a television 
quiz show by John A. Mercurio, 
Gerl Levy & Charles Mllgrim. 8 1. 
© John A. Mercurio, Gerl Levy & 
Charles Mllgrim; 14May69; C21822. 

COMMERCIAL PILOT GROUND SCHOOL LECTURE, 
by Thomas E. Herrod. 1 v. 12 pts. 
© Thomas E. Herrod; l4Feb69; C21352. 

COMMODORE PERRY IN JAPAN. 5 1. Appl. 
author: Cultural History Research. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 2Jun69; C2l8ll. 

COMMUNICATION, SOME ABSTRACT AND PRAC- 
TICAL PRINCIPLES. See 
AN INTRODUCTORY LECTURE ON COMMUNICA- 
TION. 
COMMUNICATIONS. See 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. Program 
no. 8. 

THE COMPANY FARM, by M. Christian 
Loken. 1 v. A play In 2 acts. 
© M. Christian Loken; 30Jan69; 
DU73375. 

COMPLETE FACTORIZATION. 5 1. A script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; C21471. 

THE COMPOUND SENTENCE. 9 1. A script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; C21464. 

COMPRESSED AIR, ITS BEHAVIOR, TREATMENT 
AND CONTROL, by Van Products Co. 
2 V. A slide script in 2 pt. 
©Van Products Co.; 31Jan69; C21329. 
COMPROMISE PLANS FOR PEACE IN VIET NAM, 
by Letty Gupta. 4 1. A lecture. 
© Letty Gupta; 12Feb69; C21353. 

COMPUTATIONS WITH PHYSICAL MEASUREMENTS. 
61. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. ; lApr69; C21596. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



COMPUTATIONS WITH PHYSICAL MEASUREMENTS. 
51. Recording script. Appl . 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 4Apr69; C2l607. 

COMPUTER PARTS. 4 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. ® Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
19Mar69; C21545. 

THE COMPUTER PROCESS. 3 1. A script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. ©Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; C21470. 

CONCEPTS OF MANAGEMENT. See 

GENERAL MANAGEMENT SERIES. Program 
no. 10. 

THE CONCERTINA WIRE, by Jamec Eddy 
Hatch. 112 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© James Eddy Hatch; 25Feb69; 
DU75658. 

CONFLICT OF INTERESTS, "by Raymond M. 
Boyle. 100 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Raymond M. Boyle; 26Mar69; 
DU73915. 

CONFRONTATION, by Melvln M. Dixon. 
15 1. A play. © Melvln W. Dixon; 
5May69; DU7't221. 

CONGRESSWOMEN. See 
FOUR COMEDIES. 

CONSIDER HOW YOU WALK WITH GOD, by 
Marlienne Joella Dates. 11 1. 
A play. © Marlienne Joella Oates; 
21Apr69; DU7'H26. 

CONSIDERATION. See 
LA LEOON D'ECHECS. 

CONTINUATION OF INTRODUCTION TO THE 
THERMOMETER, 2 DEGREE GRADATIONS. 
31. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; lApr69; C21588. 

CONTINUATION OF THE THERMOMETER, 

FREEZING, ABOVE AND BELOW ODD NUM- 
BER DEGREES. 4 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
lApr69; C21583. 

THE CONTRACT, a musical comedy i" t"° 
acts; book'& lyrics by Michael Farber, 
music by Don Chatfield. ^ ''■ ®,^°" 
Chatfleld & M. M. Farber; 9Junb9, 
DU74504. 



CONVERSION OF SIMON ROCK. 
EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT. 



See 



CONVERTING FROM BASE 10. 4 1. A re- 
cording script. Appl. author: Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; llApr69; 021629. 

CONVEYCRETE REVOLUTIONIZES MOVEMENT 
OF NON-SOLID CONCRETE, a lecture 
prepared for delivery by Hugh F. 
Mulryan. 3 1. © Hugh F. Mulryan; 
26Feb69; C21429. 

THE CONVICT'S DAUGHTER, by Emmy Gyakl 
& Robert Winters. 54 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Emmy E. Gyaki & Robert L. 
Winters; 3Mar69; DU73695. 

THE COOKING OF FRANCE. 1 v. Record- 
ing scripts. Appl. author: Cook, 
Bake & Broil Corp. © Cook, Bake & 
Broil Corp.; 4Jun69; C21788. 

COPS & ROBBERS, an original screenplay 
by Edward Crimmins & Reglna Sheridan 
(Regina Sheridan Crimmins) 114 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as This here 
fraud racket. NM: revision. 
® Edward C. Crimmins & Reglna Crim- 
mins; 2Apr69; DU74018. 



CORA CPiANE, a screenplay by Fred Law- 
rence Guiles. 153 1. Based upon the 
biography by Lillian Gllkes . Appl. 
states preg. reg. 170ct60, A469091. 
NM: adaptation. © Fred Lawrence 
Guiles; 9Apr69; DU74039. 

CORIOLANUS, by William Shakespeare; 
general introd. by David G. Pitt. 
New York, Airmont Pub. Co. 179 P- 
5 acts. (Airmont Shakespeare 
classics series, S21) Appl. authors: 
Beryl Rowland, Introd. & Airmont 
Pub. Co., art work. © on art work & 
introd.; Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 
l6Sep68; A72067. 

CORNEILLE; notices et notes de Gilbert 
Sigaux. Don Sanche d 'Aragon, et . al. 
[Geneva] Dlstribue par le Cercle du 
Bibliophile. 558 p. (Le Theatre 
complet de Corneille, IV) (Les Genies 
du theatre francais) NM: notes 5: 
notices. © Edito-Service, S.A.; 
100ct68; AFO-56667. 

CORNEILLE; Theatre cholsi. Le Cid, 
et. al. [Paris] Tresor des Lettres 
Francaises. 397 p. Avant-propos de 
Jacques Charpier. © Libr^irie Jules 
Tallandier; 30Mar68; AFO-56634 . 

CORNEILLE, V; notices & notes de Gil- 
bert Sigaux. [Geneva] 578 p. (Les 
Genies du theatre francais) (Le 
Theatre complet de Corneille) 7 
plays. NM: notes &: notices. © Edito- 
Service, S.A.; 250ct68; AFO-57352. 

CORNUCOPIA, by E. R. Felber. 116 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Edith R. 
Felber; l6Jan69; DU73297 . 

THE CORPSE REMARRIES (Resuscitation) 
By Blair Wolcott . I8 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Bernlce Blair Wolcott; 
17Mar69; DU73805. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED ANGEL LEVA OF THE 
JADE TEMPLE; Aug. 11, 1966; Chicago, 
111. Recording script. 14 1. Appl. 
author: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 3Feb69; 
C21327 . 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; 
Aug. 10, 1966; Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 11 1. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Feb69; C21326. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Aug. 8, I966; 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
11 1. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 3Feb69; C21321. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DIVINE DIRECTOR; Aug. 14, 
1966; Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
l4 1. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 5Feb69; C21314 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ELOHIM OF PEACE; July 8, 
1966; Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 12 1. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 3Peb69; C21322. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ELOHIM OF PURITY; Aug. I8, 
1966, Chicago, 111. 11 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 5May69; C2l682. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF JUSTICE; 
Aug. 20, 1966= Chicago, 111. 14 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5May69; C21684. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF LIBERTY; 
Aug. 16, 1966; Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 13 1. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Feb69; C21317. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED JESUS; Dec. 25, I966, 
Chicago, 111. 15 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 5May69; C21688. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS; July 10, 
1966; Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 14 1. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 3Feb69; C21324. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS; 
Aug. 21, 1966, Chicago, 111. 14 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5May69; 
C21685. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS, EASTER SUN- 
RISE; Apr. 9, 1950, Chicago, 111. 
12 1. Recording script. Appl. au- 
thor: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Mayb9; 
C2169I. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS THE CHRIST; 
Nov. 24, 1966, Chicago, 111. 12 1- 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5May69; C2l6a7. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MESSENGER NO.l FROM THE 
SECRET LOVE STAR; Aug. 15, 1955; 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
11 1. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 3Feb69; C21316. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY ORION; July 3) 
1966; Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 14 1. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 5Peb69; C21320. 

CORRESPONDING ID THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; 
Aug. 9, 1966; Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 12 1. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.;3Feb69; C21325 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED RULER OF THE VIOLET 
PLANET; July 2, I966; Chicago, 111. 
Recording script. 11 1. Appl. au- 
thor: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 3Feb69; 
C21328. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; Sept. 4, 
1966, Chicago, 111. 11 1. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. ® Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 5May69; C21686. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED MASTER JESUS; Jan. 8, 
1967, Chicago, 111. 15 1. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 5May69; C21689. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT COSMIC ANGEL ON WHOSE CROWN 
BLAZES THE WORD UNION; Aug. 12, I966; 
Chicago, 111. Recording script. 
12 1. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 3Feb69; C21318. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM, MIGHTY ARCTURUS; 
July 9, 1966; Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 10 1. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Feb69; C21325. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PEACE; Aug. 19, 
1966, Chicago, 111. 11 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 5May69; C2l683. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PURITY; 
Apr. 6, 1967, Chicago, 111. 15 1- 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5May69; 
C21690. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ELOHIM HERCULES; Aug. 17, 
1966; Chicago, 111. Recording 
script. 12 1. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 3Feb69; C21319. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY THE MIGHTY ELOHIM ARCTURUS; 
Aug. 15, 1966; Chicago, 111. Record- 
ing script. 15 1. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Peb69; C21315 . 

CORSO AND THE DRAGONS, a play by Pier- 
Nlco Solinas. 27 1. © PlerNico 
Solinas; 2Jun69; DU74443. 

THE COSINE FUNCTION. 5 1. A script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; C21455. 

COTTONWOOD BRIDGE, by Lewis Gordon 
Cleckler. 20 1. A play. © Lewis 
Gordon Cleckler; 2?May69; DU74573. 

THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO, by Dorothy 
Mackin. 68 1. A play in 3 acts. 
Based on Lacy's acting edition & 
Fechter version. © Dorothy Mackin; 
5May69; DU7'»217. 

COUNTDOWN TO SURVIVAL, by Woodrow Daniel 
Renn & Ronald Davis. 2 1. Recording 
script. © Renn Enterprises, Ltd.; 
10Apr69; C21700. 

COUNTERCRIME, a play by Olive Chase & 
Stanley Clayton. 90 p. London, 
S. French. (French's acting edi- 
tion) 2 acts. © Olive Chase & 
Stanley Clayton; I40ct68: DF194q. 

COUNTERPOINTS. See 
BEAUTY FASHION. 

COUNTRY BOY, by Plgmeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 12 1. A script. © Dewey 
Markham; 7Jan69; C21388. 

COURTROOM, a two act play by Jack 
Lance, pseud, of Rose McCoy. 48 1. 
© Rose McCoy; 8jan69; DU73230. 

THE COURTSHIP OF ANNIE FILARSKI, a play 
In three acts by Garth Young. a. k. a. 
Arlene Kostreva. 69 1. © Arlene 
Kostreva; 17Apr69; DU7't020. 

THE COURTSHIP OF IVAN, by Frank Martin. 
86 1. A play in 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l6Aug68, DU72't22. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Francis 
B. Martin; 23May69; DU74467. 

COURTYARD, by John Hartnett. 92 1. 
A play In 3 acts. © John Edward 
Hartnett; 29May69; DU74380. 

COURTYARD, by John Hartnett. 99 1. 
A play in three acts. Appl states 
prev. reg. 2Apr69, DU7't38o. NM: 
additions. © John Edward Hartnett; 
24jun69; DU74651. 



COWBOY SUIT, by Carl Perkins. Sheet. 
Recitation. ® Cedarwood Pub. Co., 
Inc.; l(Dec6B; C21255. 

CRACKER, CRACKER; music, book & lyrics 
by Marvin Robert Hooper II. 1 v. 
2 acts. © Marvin Robert Hooper il S: 
Nlla Maxine Hooper; 7May69; DU7Jt3go. 

THE CRACKLE OF SPIT ON TOMBSTONES, a 
drama In two acts with epilogue by 
Edward Sherby. 1 v. © Edward 
Sherby; l8Mar69; DU7382I. 

CRAIG. See 
JUICE. 

THE CRAZY WOUNDED DEER THAT ALMOST 
KILLED ME; original story & screen- 
play by Elizabeth Ruck. 30 1. 
t) Elizabeth Ruck; l6May69; DU74302. 

CREATIVE SALESMANSHIP. See 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. Program 
no. 12. 

THE CREDIT GAME, a new television game 
show; created by Harvey Bacal. 9 1. 
© TV Gems, Inc.; 27Mar69; C21570. 

CRIME OF SEX. See 
LOVE AND BANG. 

CRISTOBAL COLON, by Myron Levoy. 1 v. 
A play in three acts. © Myron Levoy; 
17Jun69; DU74571. 

A CRITICAL DESCRIPTION OF HAIKU IN 
JAPANESE AND ENGLISH; lecture by 
William J. Higginson. 9 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 19Jun68, 
AI515. NM: additions & revisions. 
© William J. Higginson; 15May69; 
C21762. 

A CRITICAL EDITION OF THE PLAYS OF 
HENRY MEDWELL, by Mary Elizabeth 
Moesleln. Ann Arbor, University 
Microfilms Library Services. Micro- 
film. (Doctoral dissertation series) 
Contents: Fulgens and Lucres. — 
Nature. © Mary Elizabeth Moesleln: 
31Jan69; A56367. 

CROSS AND COCKADE, an original screen- 
play by Ben Tarver & Saul Cohen. 
137 1. Based on a story by Ben 
Tarver. © Ben Tarver & Saul Cohen; 
6Jan69; DU73291- 

THE CROWDED BED, a new play by Tedwell 
Chapman. I05 1. 3 acts. © Tedwell 
Chapman; 12May69; DU74273. 

THE CRUSADER, an original screenplay 
by Rose Kelly & James G. Zea. 
124 1. © Rose Kelly & James G. 
Zea; 7Feb69; DU73480. 

A CRY FOR HELP, by Joseph S. Caruso. 
102 1. A play In 2 acts. © Joseph 
S. Caruso; 7May69; DU74313. 

A CRY IN THE WILDERNESS, a comedy by 
George Sumner. 1 v. 2 acts. In- 
cludes lyrics to 1 song. © George 
Sumner; l4Apr69; DU74065. 

A CRY OF PLAYERS, a play by William 
Gibson. 1st ed. New York, Atheneum. 
156 p. 3 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 22May68, DU71578. © Tamarack 
Productions, Ltd., George S. Klein & 
Leo Garel as trustees under 3 separat2 
deeds of trust; 3Feb69; DP7002. 

CRY OP THE ORGAN, a play in three acts 
by Robert S. Ross. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17Apr68, DU7132I. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Robert 
Stuart Ross; 2Jan69; DU73202. 

THE CRYSTAL KEY, an operetta In one 
act for the primary grades. Lyrics 
by Alma Ruth Richardson, music by 
Martha Jean Stewart. Minneapolis, 
T. S. Denlson. 22 p. S T. S. Deni- 
son & Co., Inc.; llNov68; DP6919. 



THE CUBAN THING, a play In two acts by 
Jack Gelber. New York, Grove Press. 
71 p. (Evergreen, 488) © Jack 
Gelber; 20Jan69 (In notice: 1968); 
DP6944. 

CULMINATION, a drama In three acts by 
Marjory Soffer. 121 1. © Marjory 
Soffer; 10Jan69; DU73253. 

CUPID GOES A HAUNTING, a comedy-mystery 
in three acts by Cee Ell Hansen 
(Celest L. Hansen) Rev. script, 1968. 
33 1. © Cee Ell Hansen; 13Feb69; 
DU73577. 

CURE & PREVENTION OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR 
DISEASES. See 

[PREVENTION & CURE OP THE DEGENERATIVE 
DISEASES, PLUS OF THE CARDIO- 
VASCULAR ONES, AND OF CANCER. 

THE CURIOUS MISTER PAIM, by George 
Karas. 49 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© George Ellas Karas; 22Jan69; 
DU73406. 

CURSE YOU, SYLVESTER SLICKER, by 

William S. Keller. 44 1. A play in 
4 scenes. © William S. Keller; 
3Mar69; DU73690. 

CUSTER: A SLEEPING GIANT; documentary 
program for television written by 
Robert Jay Mason. 8 1. © Robert 
Jay Mason; l6Apr69; C21671. 

CYBELE (The gift of a name) A musical 
play in three acts; book by Mario 
Frattl; music & lyrics by Paul Dick. 
1 V. Inspired by Les dlmanches de 
vllle-d' Avray, by Bernard 
Eschasserlaux. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3Dec63, 
DU8OI802; 3Feb64, EU809435. NM: 
additions. © Paul Dick & Mario 
Frattl; I6jun69; DU74644. 

CYCAD (Fickle love) Original screen- 
play by Richard H. Bartlett & Steve 
McNeil. 126 1. © The Cycad Co.; 
19Jun69; DU74607. 

CYMBELINE, by William Shakespeare; 
edited by George Lyman Kittredge; 
rev. by Irving Ribner. Waltham, 
Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. 145 p. 
(The Kittredge Shakespeares ) 5 acts. 
© Blaisdell Pub. Co., a division of 
Ginn & Co.; 22Jan69; A49301. 

CYNTHIA, by Norma Rose Hagan. 34 1. 
A screenplay in 2 acts. © Norma Rose 
Hagan; 6Jan69; DU73220. 

CYRANOI A musical play In two acts; 
music by Fred Ewlng; book & lyrics 
by Mike Geller (Michael D. Geller) 
2d draft. 2 v. Based on Cyrano de 
Bergerac, by Edmond Rostand. © Mike 
Geller & Fred Ewlng; 9Jun69; DU74595. 



D 



DAD, YOU AREN'T LISTENING, a three act 
play by Jack T. Chla. 1 v. © Jack 
T. Chla; lApr69; DU73950. 

DADDY, PLEASE DON'T SAY GOOD-BYE; 
monolog by Donna Ramsey Clark. 
Sheet. © Donna Ramsey Clark; 
26May69; C 2 17 84. 

DADDY'S GONE A-HUNTING; screenplay by 
Larry Cohen, Lorenzo Semple, Jr., 
Alto Productions, Ltd. & Larco Pro- 
ductions, Inc. 133 1. ® National 
General Productions, Inc.; 13Jan69; 
DU75241. 



DAISY AND HER YELLOW DAY. 
STORYPLAY . 



See 



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THE DALTONS RIDE AGAIN, by Nina 
Serrano Landau & Roque Dalton. 
33 1. A screenplay. ® Nina 
Serrano Landau; 3Iay69; DU74216. 

LA DAME DE CHICAGO, by Frederic Dard. 
[Paris] Julllard. 137 p. 2 aotes & 
4 tableaux. © Julllard; 150ct68: 
DP0-l6it8. 

DAMES AT SEA; music by Jim Wise (James 
Wise); book & lyrics by George 
Halmsohn & Robin Miller. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. l4Jun67, DU69038. NM: revision 
& addition. © George Halmsohn, 
Robin Miller, James Wise; 6Jun69: 
DU74502. 

DAMN EVERYTHING BUT THE CIRCUS, a play 
in one act by John Miller. 22 1. 
© John H. Miller; 8May69; DU7i;256. 

DAMN SAM; book, music & lyrics by John 
Bullard & Edward P. Chichester. 1 v. 
3 acts. Book & lyrics only. © John 
Bullard & Edward P. Chichester; 
26May69; DU74452. 

DAMNE. See 

ESSAIS RADIOPHONIQUES . 
DAMP SHEETS, by Richard Erickson and 
Dean Mcllnay. 1 v. A play In 2 acts. 
© Richard Erickson & Robert D. 
Mcllnay; 21Jan69; DU73329. 

THE DANCE OF DEATH, a play in two acts 
by August Strlndberg; adapted by 
Gene Feist. 79 1. © Gene Feist; 
15May69; DU74290. 

DANCE OF LIFE, by Stewart H. Benedict. 
5 1. A play. © Stewart H. Benedict; 
15Jan69; DU7527t . 

DANGEROUS MIKE MCGEE, a musical in 1 
act by Ben Samberg. 3 1- Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Murderous Mike 
McGee, ltDec51, E49202. NM: drama- 
tization & revision. © Ben Samberg; 
27Mar69; DP6968. 



DANIELLE; original story by John Starr; 
screen adaptation by Milton M. 
Schwarz & John Starr. 128 1. 
© Milton M. Schwarz & John Starr; 
19May69; DU74547 . 

DANISH MODERN, by Tom LaBar. 66 1. 
A play. © Tom LaBar; 5Mar6g: 
DU73719. 

DANNY'S DENTAL DAYDREAM; puppet show 
by Marlene M. Catton. 6 1. © Mar- 
lene M. Catton; lApr69; DU73991. 

DARK IS THE COLOR, a full length play 
in two acts by Andrea Ross. 1 v. 
© Andrea Ross; 6Mar69; DU73734 . 

DATA PROCESSING MACHINES. 54 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining S: Manufacturing 
Co.; 24Feb69; C2l408. 

DAVIE LOVES GOLIATH, a 30-mlnute TV 
script by William G. Fricke, Jr. 
20 1. © William G. Fricke, Jr.; 
2Apr69; DU73973. 

THE DAY CINDY DIED, by Ruby C. Saunders. 
4 V. A play In 4 scenes. © Ruby C. 
Saunders; 30Apr69; DU74195- 

THE DAY THEY DROPPED THE BOMB, a drama 
for radio by Tony E. Rutherford. 
1 V. Appl. tl.: Agent V-5 of World. 
Appl. states prev. pub, Sept. I968. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Bomb- 
shell-Audio Productions & Tony E. 
Rutherford; 2Jan69; DP6977. 

DE COLOMBAN AUX GUEUX. See 
LES HUMANISTES TRADICTEURS. 



THE DEAD RINGER, a play in one act by 
John Lewln. I8 1. © John Lewin; 
5May69; DU74224. 

DEADROCK CITY; radio script by Eugene 
C. Eble. 20 1. © Patricia A. Eble; 
30Apr69; DU74324. 

A DEAL IS A DEAL. See 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 

DEAR ANN LANDERS, by James Edward 
Rawlins. 17 1. A musical play. 
Book 8= lyrics only. © James Edward 
Rawlins; l6Jun69; DU74586. 

DEAR DRAGON, a play with songs by 
Oliver Barres . 70 1. 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Oliver Morgan 
Barres; 28Feb69; DU73675 . 
DEAR GYNT, by Beth Miller (Elizabeth 
Catherine Miller) 32 1. A play In 
1 act. © Elizabeth Catherine (Beth) 
Miller; 9Jun69; DU74510. 

THE DEATH AND RESURRECTION OF MR. 
ROCHE, a comedy in three acts by 
Thomas Kllroy. 89 1. © Thomas 
Kllroy; 22Jan69; DU73342. 

DEATH OF A PLAYWRIGHT; written by 
Burton Snyder. 26 1. A play. 
© Burton Snyder; 17Mar69; DU75807. 

THE DEATH OF KING PHILLIP, a play by 
Romulus Llnney. 23 1. © Romulus 
Llnney; 7Apr69; DU74010. 

THE DEATH OF MARGARET, a play in one 
act by Claire Klncade, pseud, of 
Claire E. Feith. 18 1. © Claire E. 
Feith; 24jun69; DU74648. 

DEATH OF THE KING, a play in two acts 
by Prank Phillips. 44 1. with 
lyrics for 1 song. © Frank 
Phillips III; 5Feb69; DU73440. 

THE DE-BIGOTIZERS, a comedy in one act 
by Claire Klncade, pseud, of Claire 
E. Feith. 30 1. © Claire E. Feith; 
l6Jan69; DU73293. 

THE DECIMAL SYSTEM. 5 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
lApr69; C 215 93. 

THE DECIMAL SYSTEM. 4 1. Recording 
script, Appl. author; Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co, 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co,; 4Apr69; C21608. 

THE DECLINE AMD FALL OF ABSOLUTELY 
EVERYTHING, by Robert P. Walter 8c 
Joseph Brockett. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Includes music & 
lyrics to 1 song. © Robert P. 
Walter & Joseph Brockett; 6Mar69; 
DU73918. 

THE DECLINE AND FALL OF NEWARK, N.J., 
by Robert E. Young. 20 1. A play, 
© Robert E. Young; 3Mar69; DU73691. 

DEEP SEA FISHERMAN; narration by 

Chester H. Westcott & Peter Kilham. 
10 1. Recording script. © Droll 
Yankees, Inc . ; '2May69; 021802. 

DEEP SIX. See 

THE INVESTIGATORS. 

DEFENSE D'AFFICHER, an original story 
written and adapted for television by 
Rupert Forbes. 30 1. A screenplay. 
© Rupert Forbes; 20Mar69; DU73860. 

A DEGREE OF MURDER, by Paul A Grif- 
fith, pseud, of Paula Griffith Paul. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Paula 
Griffith Paul; 17Mar69; DU738IO. 

DE LEON OF BIMINI. S&& 
BIMINI . 



THE DELI, a comedy by Alvln Aronson. 
31 1. 't- scenes. © Alvln Aronson; 
24Dec68; DU73239. 

DELIGHT OF WINTER, by Mike Dennis, 
pseud, of Dennis M. Kostyk. 53 1. 
A screenplay. © Benjamin S. 
Blake III d.b.a. Blake Films; 
24Mar69; DU73832. 

DELLY'S ORACLE, a one act play by 
Benjamin Barber. 53 1. © Benjamin 
R. Barber; 22Jan69; DU73340. 

DELPHINE, A PIECE OF CAKE, A PIECE OF 
MEAT, by Robert Wallace Russell. 
1 V. A screenplay, © Robert 
Wallace Russell; 12Mar69; DU73761. 

DEMAND OF SPIRITUAL DISCOVERY. See 
EN AUDELIG OPDAGELSE OG DENS 
BETYDNING. 

THE DEMISE OF PRECIOUS BLOOD, by Blake 
Leach. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Blake Leach; 6May69; DU74237. 

DEMOCRACY BEGINNING: ANCIENT ROME. 
61. A recording script. Appl. au- 
thor: Minnesota Mining S: Manufactur- 
ing Co. © Minnesota Mining 8c Manu- 
facturing Co.; llApr69; C21634. 

DEMOCRACY BEGINNING: CODIFICATION OF 
LAW. 51. A script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; llMar69; C21462. 

A DEPARTMENT STORE HAS EVERYTHING, 
a play for playing. Seeds from the 
store; poems for playing by 
Marilyn Jurich. 78 p. © Marilyn 
Jurich; 28Apr69; A65855 . 

THE DEPTHS OF LETHEAN SKIES, a one 
act play by Art King (Arthur H. 
King, Jr.) 26 1. © Arthur H. 
King, Jr.; 8Apr69; DU74033. 

THE DERAILMENT OF JACKSON HURLBUTT; or. 
What is this, some kind of a game? 
By Jeffrey B. Mllfred 8c Henry Alan 
Paper. 84 1. A screenplay. 
© Jeffrey Bruce Mllfred 8c Henry Alan 
Paper; 8Apr69; DU74034. 

THE DERBY, a one act play by Herbert 
Schwartz. 29 1. © Herbert Schwartz: 
24jan69; DU73352. 

DESCRIPTIVE TOUR OF GREAT SMOKY 
MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. See 
GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN, CHEROKEE N C 

TO GATLINBURG, TENH. 
GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN, GATLINBURG, 

TENN. TO CHEROKEE, N.C. 

DESCRIPTIVE TOUR OF GREAT SMOKY MOUN- 
TAINS NATIONAL PARK, CHEROKEE, NORTH 
CAROLINA TO GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. 
28 1. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Auto Tape Tours, Inc. 
©Auto Tape Tours, Inc.; 21Jan69: 
C21284. 

DESCRIPTIVE TOUR OF GREAT SMOKY MOUN- 
TAINS NATIONAL PARK, SUGARLANDS 
VISITOR CENTER TO CHEROKEE, NORTH 
CAROLINA. 23 1. A recording script. 
Appl. author: Auto Tape Tours, Inc. 
© Auto Tape Tours, Inc.; 21Jan69; 
C21283. 

DESCRIPTIVE TOUR OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN 
NATIONAL PARK, DEER RIDGE JUNCTION 
TO GRAND LAKE, COLORADO. 27 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Auto Tape Tours, Inc. © Auto Tape 
Tours, Inc.; 21Jan69; C21282. 

DESCRIPTIVE TOUR OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN 
NATIONAL PARK, GRAND LAKE TO DEER 
RIDGE JUNCTION, COLORADO. 28 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Auto Tape Tours, Inc. © Auto Tape 
Tours, Inc.; 21Jan69; C21285. 



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Jan.-June 



THE DESERT DWELLERS, a comedy by Sidney 
Renthal. lH-3 1. 5 acts. © Sidney 
Renthal; 3Feb69; DU75428. 

DESERTER . See 

THREE BLACK COMEDIES. 

DESIGNS FOR READING: PLAYS, by John 
Sweet. Boston, Houghton Mifflin. 
250 p. (Houghton books in literature) 
NM: study aids & author commentary. 
® Houghton Mifflin Co.; 10Jan69; 
A74408. 

DESMOND POSTULATE, a fantasy in six 
acts by Drury Tandem, pseud, of 
J. R. Harmacek. 102 1. © J. R. 
Harmacek d.b.a. California Theatrical 
Properties; 21Mar69; DU7t079. 

DESTINATIONS; three related one act 
plays by Philip Magdalany. The 
orgasm of Angela Mandlebaum; The 
arrival; The eastward trek. 1 v. 
© Philip Magdalany; 6Jun69; DUY4485. 

THE DETERRENT, by Charles Mander. 

30 p. London, S. French. (French's 
acting edition) © Charles Mander; 
26jun68; DFI952. 
DEVIL AMD OTIS REDDING. See 
THE KING OF SOUL. 

THE DEVIL AND THE DRUNK; original storj 
and screenplay by William J. Kuchar. 
50 1. © William J. Kuchar; 21Jan69; 
DU75521. 

THE DEVIL AND THE NAILS, a comic fan- 
tasy by J. I. Rodale. June 1969 ver- 
sion, 1st ed. 55 p. © J. I. Rodale; 
2Jun69; DF7009. 

A DEVIL IN THE GRASS, a drama in one 
act by Peter Dee. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 19 p. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 25Apr69; 
DP6979. 

THE DEVIL, SAINT PETER, AND THOMAS 
JASON, a tragicomedy in 3 acts by 
George Carpetto. 48 1. © George 
Carpetto & Marie Carpetto; 10Mar69; 
DU75989. 

DEVIL'S DISCIPLE. See 
MY OWN MAN. 

DEVOTION, by Eugene Brook. 34 1. 
A play In 5 acts. © Eugene Brook; 
28May69; DU74429. 

DEWEY DECIMAL SYSTEM, NO.l. 6 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; C21546. 

DEWEY DECIMAL SYSTEM NO. 2. 4 1. 
A script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
llMar69; C21474. 

DICK 5: JANE, a short play by Jules 
Feiffer. 11 1. © Jules Feiffer; 
28Feb69; DU75673. 

DICK WHITTINGTON, a musical for 
children; book, music & lyrics by 
Florence Jarratt . 1 v. © Florence 
Jarratt; 17Mar69; DU73798. 

A DIFFERENT DRUMMER, a screenplay by 
Robin Clarke. 117 1. © Robin 
Clarke; 10Feb69; DU73504 . 

DIG THAT CRAZY FAMILY TREE; or, Once a 
Smith, always a Smith. Two act 
comedy by Jane Nikolajew. 45 1. 
© Jane Nikolajew; 21Jan69; DU73324 . 

DILEMMA, by Sam Seeman (Isadore Seeman) 
138 1. A play In 11 scenes. 
O Sam Seeman; 20Peb69; DU73614. 

DIMAMCHES DE VILUE-D' AVRAY. See 
CYBELE. 



THE DIMENSIONS OF A COMPLETE LIFE, by 
Martin Luther King, Jr. 15 1. 
© Estae [sic] of Martin Luther King, 
Jr.; 23Jun69; C21845. 

BIOS A MANAKABALIN AMIN ARAMIDENNA TI 
TAO A NAGBALLIGI (God omnipotent 
makes man triumphant) Maysa a 
maibalakad tl Kristiano Clencia ni 
Noel D. Bryan-Jones; Chow Kin-Wan, 
translator. 19 1. Chinese; title 
romanized. Appl. states prev. reg. 
70ct63, C16072 & 27Nov63, BB24965. 
© Noel D. Bryan-Jones; 31Jan69; 
C21301. 

DIREGE ON A DIME, a play in three 
scenes by Beverly Thompson. 6I 1. 
© Beverly Elaine Thompson; 28Apr69; 
DU74183 . 

THE DIRTY TRUTH, a comedy in three acts 
by Arthur Marx & Robert Fisher. 
1 v. Adapted from The chic life, 
by Arthur Marx. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 4Aug66, DU66498. NM: addition 
& revision. © Arthur Marx & Robert 
Fisher; 22May69; DU74344. 

DIRTY WORK, a comedy in 3 acts by 
Paul Rawlings. 1 v. © Paul B. 
Rawllngs; 16Apr69; DU74o83. 

THE DISCOVERY OF EASTER, an Easter 

play by Kay Beam. Winona Lake, Ind., 
Rodeheaver Co. 16 p. 2 acts. With 
music. © Rodeheaver Co.; 31Dec68; 
DP6908. 

THE DISCOVERY OF GOLD. 4 1. 

(3M IM/press vignette) Appl. authors: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
& Cultural History Research, Inc. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 24Feb69; C21411. 

DISCUSSION SKILLS. 12 1. Recording 
script. © Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co.; l4Mar69; C21498. 

DISCUSSIONS IN COMEDY, by Paul B. 
Lichtman. 1 v. Monologues. 
© Paul Bemhard Lichtman; 21Apr69; 
C21664. 

DISEASE LONELINESS, a play or movie, 
TV, by Rose Sher. 12 1. 1 act. 
© Rose Sher; 22Apr69; DU74157. 

DISRUPTION OF A BROWN STUDY. See 
GUNPOINT. 

DISTORTION; original screenplay by Eli 
Rill & Victor Solnlcki. 1st draft 
shooting script, Feb. I969. l42 1. 
© Victor Solnlcki & Eli Rill; 
8May69; DU74254. 

DIVING FOR LOVE; mlfti-dram by Petra 
PUtz-Lang. 29 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Petra Puetz-Lang; 5May69; 
DU74154. 

THE DIVISION OF THE WOMEN, by Blanche 
G. Etra. I38 1. A play. © Blanche 
Etra; 5Mar69; DU73723. 

THE DIVORCEES, by Mary Orr. 1 v. A 
play in 2 acts. © Mary Orr; 21Jan69; 
DU73317. 

DO WHAT YOU WILL; or, The Marquess' 
diversion. Libretto & lyrics by 
Jeffrey Rosen, music by Alan Wasser. 
2 V. 3 acts. © Jeffrey Stuart 
Rosen & Alan Charles Wasser; 28Apr69; 
DU74184. 

DOCK-ET TO ME, a Christmas spirits 
production presented by the Chicago 
Bar Assn. 1 v. A musical play in 
3 acts. Book Sc lyrics only. 
© Chicago Bar Assn.; 5Dec68; DP6936. 

THE DOCTOR, a one act play by Edward 
Friedman. 13 1. ® Edward Friedman; 
26Mar69; DU73908. 



DOCTOR FAUSTUS, by Christopher Marlowe; 
edited & with an Introd. by Sylvan 
Barnet. New York, The New American 
Library. 207 p. (Signet classic) 
NM: compilation, introd., editorial 
revision. © Sylvan Barnet; 20May69; 
A78178 . 

DR. KHEAL, by Maria Irene Fornes. 
(In The Best of off off-Broadway; 
edited by Michael Smith. New York, 
Dutton. p. 75-85) ® Maria Irene 
Fornes; 9Jan69; DP6931. 

DOCTOR, LAWYER, MERCHANT, CHIEF, by 
Ruth Kaufman. 2 v. A play In three 
acts. © Ruth Kaufman; 23Jun69; 
DU74630. 

DOCTOR LOPEZ, a history play by Martin 
Silberston. 99 1. 5 acts. © Martin 
Silberston; l4May69; DU74280. 

DR. ROCK AND MR. ROLL, a musical by 
Melvin Isaacson. 102 1. A screen- 
play. Book only. ® Melvin Isaac- 
son; 22Jan69; DU73341. 

DOCTOR'S NOTEBOOK, by Glen C. Griffin. 
Program 1-6. 6 1. Television 
scripts. © Glen Griffin; 7Apr69; 
C21640. 

THE DOGS AND Ij original story and 
screenplay by Ubert Harding. 30 1. 
© Ubert Harding; 21Jan69; DU73319. 

A DOLL'S HOUSE, by Henrik Ibsen, a new 
version in English done by Thornton 
Wilder. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Thornton Wilder; 2May69; DU74l60. 

DOMINGO'S MIRACLE, a play in three acts 
by Robert Harrison Hines. 1st ed., 
June 1969. Cape Canaveral, Fla., 
Samanche. 107 P. © Robert Harrison 
Hines; lJun69; DP7001. 

DON CARLOS, a drama by Frledrich von 
Schiller, translated & adapted for 
the contemporary theater by Edward 
Hartwick. 1 v. 5 acts. NM: trans- 
lation & editorial revision. 
©Edward Hartwick; 29Jan69; DU73374. 



DON SANCHE D'ARAGON. 
CORNEILLE . 



See 



DOMN FENDLER, LOST ON A MOUNTAIN IN 
MAINE. See 
FOLLOW A STREAM DOWN. 

DONNEGAN'S CRUSADE, the thinking man's 
musical in two acts by Charles Frink. 
140 1. Book & lyrics only. NM: 
additions & revision. © Charles W. 
Frink; 10Feb69; DU73't42. 

DON'T CALL ME DIRTY NAMES, a play in 
one act by John Haase. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 51 P- Adapted 
from the original television play 
by John Haase. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
17Mar69; DP6970. 

DON'T KNOW SIC 'EM FROM SOOEY, a drama 
in one scene by Fred Rue Jacobs. 
20 1. © Fred Rue Jacobs; 27Feb69; 
DU73700. 

DON'T TALK, by McClain N.M.. pseud, of 
Noland Milton McClain . 38 1. 
A screenplay in 22 scenes. S Noland 
Milton McClain; 13Feb69; DU73491. 
DON'T TELL LILY, a play in one act by 
Robert Somerfeld. 33 1. ® Robert 
Somerfeld; 27May69; DU74418. 

DOOMSDAY BUG. See 
TO CATCH A THIEF. 

THE DOOMSDAY PARTY, by Geoffrey Paul 
O'Brien. 117 1. A screenplay. 
© Geoffrey Paul O'Brien; 10Apr69; 
DU7405O. 



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THE DOOR, a play in one act by Wes 
Ellis (Wesley Crosby Ellis) 21 p. 
© W. C. Ellis; 23May69; DF7019. 

THE DOOR IN THE WALL, a play by Arthur 
Craig De Angeli with drawings by 
Marguerite De Angeli, 1st ed. 
Garden City, N.Y,, Doubleday, 
155 p. '(■acts, ©on text & 
diagrams; Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 
21Mar69 (in notice: 1968); DP6957. 

DORIAN, NEW MUSIC THEATRE; book & 

lyrics by David Rush; music by Errol 
Pearlman. 72 1. Freely adapted from 
Oscar Wilde's The picture of Dorian 
Gray. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 27Sep68, EU76073. 
NM: additions. © David Rush & Errol 
Pearlman; 17Jun69; DU7't526. 

DORMEZ, JE LE VEUX. See 

SLEEP, DEAR MASTER. 
THE DOVES; book & lyrics by Michael 
Hanks, music by Roberta Kosse, Jim 
Cuomo & Tito Irizarry. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Michael Hanks & Roberta 
Kosse; 29May69; DU74424. 

DOWN HILL DAY, a play by Larry B, 

Marks with lyrics by Larry B. Marks. 
85 1. 8 scenes. © Larry B. Marks; 
25Mar69; DU73780. 

DOWN THE MORNING LINE; or, A practical 
theatrical joke in two acts. By Ramon 
G. Estevez. 1 v. A play. © Ramon 
Gerard Estevez; 7Jan69; DU73227. 

DRACULA. See 
BLACK SUNRISE. 

THE DRAGON'S SECRET, by Helen Byrd, 
Shirley Byrd & Rebecca Mitchell with 
words and music by Nancy Friant. 
26 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Shirley B. 
Byrd, Rebecca W. Mitchell & Helen B. 
Byrd; 15Mar69; DU73703. 

THE DREAM-MAKER, by Ramona Ragsdale & 
Arden Druce. 80 1. A musical screen- 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Ramona 
Ragsdale & Arden Druce; 26Feb69; 
DU75579. 

A DREAM PAGEANT, THE DREAM BEAKER, 
by R. B. Thompson. l5 p. A script. 
© Roberta B. Thompson; 21Apr69; 
021639. 

A DREAM PLAY, by August Strindberg; 
translated by Randolph Goodman. 
89 1. © Randolph Goodman; 26May69: 
DU74413. 

DRINK OF YOUR OWN WINE, by John T. 
Fowler. 69 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© John T. Fowler; 28Peb69; DU73680. 

DRUGS OF ABUSE. 7 v. 7 recording 
scripts. Contents: 5011-5017: What 
is a drug? — Alcohol and depressant 
drugs. — Narcotic analgesics. — The 
stimulants. --Hallucinogens. — What do 
we know about marijuana? — Who gets 
hooked? Appl. author: Education Un- 
limited Corp., employer for hire. 
© Education Unlimited Corp.; 26May695 
C21768. 

DRUM- TAPS, a dramatic adaptation of 
the Civil War writings of Walt 
Whitman & Abraham Lincoln by Joseph 
Scott Kierland. 38 1. 3 acts. 
© Joseph Scott Kierland; 20May69; 
DU7t335. ■' 

DRUMS AND BANNERS, a play in one act by 
Stanley J. Buckles. 21 1. © Stanley 
Jackson Buckles; 15May69; DU74287. 

THE DUEL, by Irwin Shappin. 100 1. 
A play. © Irwin Shappin; 26May69; 
DU74't09. 



DUET FOR CANNIBALS, by Susan Sontag. 
1 V. A screenplay. © Susan Sontag; 
10Apr69; DU74022. 



THE DUKE OF PALERMO AND OTHER PLAYS, 
WITH AN OPEN LETTER TO MIKE NICHOLS, 
by Edmund Wilson. New York, Farrar, 
Straus & Giroux. 250 p. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. ® Edmund Wilson; 
21Mar69; A58726. 

THE DUODECIMAL SYSTEM. 6 1. A record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
lApr69; C21592. 

THE DUPLEX, by Ed Bullins . 1 v. 

(No. 3 of the Twentieth-century cycle) 
A play in 4 acts. © Ed Bullins; 
17Mar69; DU73795. 

DUPLICATE PLAYERS, by R. M. Gamble. 
31 1. A play. © Robert M. Gamble; 
17Feb69; DU73585. 

DUTCH PAINTING, a play with music by 
Norma Langham. 1 v. 9 scenes. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 26Aug'tlt 
DU90211. NM: addition & revision 
© Norma Langham; 5Jun69; DU74481. 

DUTCHESS OF MARLBOROUGH. See 
GIRTIE GLUTZ. 

D'WAKFS. See 
A SLIGHT ACHE. 



E = MC2, by Arthur Comfry. 63 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Arthur Comfry; 
4Feb69; DU73432. 

THE EAGLE'S FEATHER, by Algernon D. 
Black. 4 1. Based on an old tale. 
© Algernon D. Black; 13Feb69; C21335. 

EAR MUFFS IN JULY, a play by Arthur 
Carter. 1 v. 5 acts. © Arthur P. 
Carter; 24Mar69; DU7389O. 

THE EARLY MOURNING OF JASON, a new 
play by Dennis L. Turner. 82 1. 
3 acts. © Dennis Lance Turner; 
l4Apr69; DU74060. 

EARTH; or, Archimedes and the Hun. 
A play in one act by Hal Ackerman 
(Harold Ackerman) 42 1. © Harold 
Ackerman; 26May69; DU74412. 

THE EARTH IS THE LORD'S, a play by 
Jessie B. Fitzgerald. 32 1. 
7 scenes. © Jessie B. Fitzgerald; 
23Jun69; DU74615. 

EARTHLY PARADISE. See 

COLETTE. 
EASTWARD TREK. See 

DESTINATIONS . 

EASY WAY OUT. See 
GENIUS JONES. 

THE ECLECTIC VISION OF BERNICE STERN, 
by Bob Randall, pseud, of Stanley 
Goldstein. 23 1. A play. © Bob 
Randall; 10Feb69; DU73513. 

AN ECONOMIC RESURGENCE. See 

CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, AND NEW MEXICO, 
A REGIONAL HISTORY. 
THE ECTOPLASMIC TRIO, by Penny Parkway 
pseud, of Maryanne Wendell. 20 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Maryanne Wen- 
dell; 4jun69; DU74478. 

EDEN BEYOND EDEN, by Rennlck W. Harris. 
49 1. A play. © Rennick W. Harris; 
7Feb69; DU73't79. 



THE EDGE OF THE MEADOW; narration by 
James Baird & Peter Kilham. 7 1. 
Recording script. © Droll Yankees, 
Inc.; 2May69; C21800. 

EDWARD II, by Henry C Timm. 95 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Henry C Timm; 
17 Apr 69; DU74151. 

EDWARD II (Leben Eduards des Zweiten 
von England) A chronicle play by 
Bertolt Brecht; English version and 
introd. by Eric Bentley. New York, 
Grove Press. 100 p. (An Evergreen 
black cat book, BC-II9) © Eric 
Bentley; 9Dec66; DP6917 . 

EFFECTIVE STUDY METHODS. 1 v. 1 re- 
cording script, 5 film scripts. 
Appl. author: Effective Learning 
Corp. ©Effective Learning Corp.; 
13Dec68; C21261. 

1845-1860, THE LURE OF GOLD. See 

CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, AND NEW MEXICO, 
A REGIONAL HISTORY. 

ELAINE; or. The green scarf. An 

original play by Lucile Brown. 14 1. 
2 scenes. © Lucile Brown; 17Jun69: 
DU74573. 

ELDORADO. See 

SVIESA IR ELDORADO. 

THE ELECTRIC MAP, a melodrama by 
Martin Duberman. 29 1. © Martin 
Duberman; l6Apr69; DU74157. 

ELECTRICAL ENERGY, GRAVITATION, THE 
ETEER AND TIME, by Cecil C. Conner. 
3 1. © Cecil C. Conner; l4Apr69; 
C21646. 

ELEPHANT FEVER, by Allan Knee. 

48 1. A play in 9 scenes. © Allan 
Knee; 20Feb69; DU75612. 

THE ELEPHANT'S CHILD, by Rudyard 

Kipling. 91. A recording script. 
Appl. author: Classic Text Tapes. 
© Classic Text Tapes, Norman H. 
Rogers, owner; 6jan69; Dir73596. 

ELEVATOR, by Richard Erickson & Dean 
Mcllnay (Robert D. Mcllnay) 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Richard Erick- 
son & Robert D. Mcllnay; 13Feb69; 
DU735I8. 

THE ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT: AND THOU 
SHALT DISOBEY; play in two acts by 
Volf Roitman; English version by Trla 
French. 130 1. Based on Civil dis- 
obedience & other works by Henry 
David Thoreau. © Volf Roitman; 
30Jan69; DU73524. 

ELF AND HIS SACK. See 

DER ZWERG UND SEINE SACK. 

ELIZABETH, a screenplay by Georgia 
Taylor. I39 1. Adapted from the 
unpublished novel by Georgia Taylor. 
© Georgia Elizabeth Taylor; 10Apr69; 
DU74049. 

THE EMANCIPATION OF THE CREATIVE MIND; 
speech by Michael J. Hennessey. 
14 1. © Michael J. Hennessey; 
19Mar69; C2l68l. 

EMERGING AFRICA IN THE LIGHT OF ITS 
PAST. 4 v. 4 scripts. Contents: 
Unit 1-4: Land, people, and history. -- 
From exploration to independence. -- 
West Africa: patterns of traditional 
culture .--West Africa today; patterns 
of change. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesc- 
ta Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
26Feb69; C21434-21437- 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW WIFE, by Mary Pinto. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Mary A. 
Pinto; 10Apr69; DU74048. 



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Jan.-June 



THE EMPIRE BUILDERS (Les batlsseurs 
d' empire) By Boris Vlan; translated 
from the French by Simon Watson 
Taylor. New York, Grove Press. 
77 p. 3 acts. ® Simon Watson Taylor; 
28Jun67; DP6915. 

THE EMPTY BANDWAGON, by Robert Nichols . 
117 1. A play in 5 acts. © Robert 
E. Nichols; 2Jun69; Wll^Ukk. 

EN LA ARDIENTE OSCURIDAD, 1951- See 
IN THE BURNING DARKNESS. 



THE ENCHANTED TOYSHOP; book, music & 
lyrics by Philip Lanza. 1 v. A 
play. © Philip Lanza & Gluck Sandor; 
l6Jun69; DU7'+653. 

THE ENCHANTED TREE, by Grace F. 

Williams. 1 v. A musical play in 
3 acts. © Mrs. J. E. Williams 
(Grace F. Williams); 24Feb69; 
DU73626. 

THE END OF THE EXPLOITATION OF THE 
CREATIVE MIND; speech by Michael J. 
Hennessey. 2 sheets. ® Michael J. 
Hennessey; 3Mar69; C2l4o6. 



END OF THE LINE. 
BACK TO BACK. 



See 



END OF THE WHAT, by John Brlnkley. 

1 V. A musical play In two acts. 
© Discovery Film Productions; 
9Jun69; DU7't588. 

ENEMY. See 

THE GRIEVOUS WORIH. 

ENOUGH STUFF FOR FOUR KINGS, a play in 
two acts & five scenes by Barnett 
Shaw. 92 1. Based on Louis XIV, 
by Alexandre Dumas. © Barnett Shaw; 
2Jun69; DU74598. 

ENTERTAINING MR. SLOANE, a comedy by 
Joe Orton. London, H. Hamilton. 
84 p. 3 acts. © Joe Orton; 23Nov64; 
DFI966 . 

EPHRAIM, by Allan Knee. 37 1. A 
play. © Allan Knee; 20Feb69; 
DU73613. 

EPIPHANY, a one act play by Ralph 
Hayes. 25 1. Based on a story by 
Guy de Maupassant. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Ralph James Hayes; 
24Feb69; DU73628. 

EPIPHANY, a play by Louis Leibowitz. 
17 1. © Louis Leibowitz; 2'+Mar69; 
DU73892. 

EPISODE NO.l. See 
WHETECLIFF ROAD. 

THE EPPES OF MISTER SOLLY BEINBLOOM, 
by Harry Seaman. 40 1. A play in 

2 pt. NM: revisions & additions. 
9 Harry Seaman; 4Feb69; DU73't84. 

EQUARRISSAGE POUR TOUS. See 
THE KNACKER'S ABC. 

ER ZIJ LIGHT (Let there be light) Een 
Lezlng over de Chrlstelljke 
Wetenschap door Edward C. Williams; 
Eleonora M. Spanjaard, translator. 
21 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
12Nov68, C21079. © Edward C. Wil- 
liams; 28jan69; C21311. 

ERLEBNISSE AN DER BERLINER MAUER. 

EVENTS ALONG THE BERLIN WALL. 

ESCAPE TO FREEDOM, a short play by 

Tom McKenna (Thomas E. McKenna) 39 !■ 
1 act. © Thomas E. McKenna; llFeb69; 
DU73533. 

ESSATS RADIOPHONIftUES , de Rene de 
Obaldla. Le damne; Les larraes de 
I'Aveugle; Urbl et orbl. Paris, 
Editions B. Grasset. 210 p. Appl. 
tl.: Theatre tome IV. © Editions 
Bernard Grasset; 15Nov68; DFO-1652. 



ESTA NOCHE ES LA VISPERA, by Victor 
Ruiz Irlarte; edited by Judith S. 
Merrill. New York, Odyssey Press. 
115 p. 2 acts. Appl. author; 
Western Pub. Co., Inc., employer for 
hire. NM: introd., vocabularies, 
editorial additions. © Western Pub. 
Co., Inc.; 10ct68; A47528. 

ESTHER, a play In three acts by 

Gilbert Aberg. State College, Pa., 

Carnation Press. I63 p. Appl, states 

prev. reg. 1962. NM: additions & 

revisions, © Gilbert Aberg; 3Mar69; 
A55924 . 

ET A LA FIN ETAIT LE BANG, de Rene 
de Obaldla. II6 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Rene de Obaldla; 
12Mar69; DU73726. 

ETHAN HENRY GABLE, a comedy by Philip 
Magdalany. 42 1. © Philip Mag- 
dalany; 13May69; DU74277. 

ETROG, an original work authored by 
Sorel Etrog. 29 1, A screenplay, 
© Sorel Etrog; 19Jun69; DU74604. 

EVA PERON, by Copi, pseud, of Raul 
Natalio de Damonte. 38 1. A play. 
French. © Copi; 27Mar69; DU74023. 

EVA PERON, de Copi, pseud, of Raul 
Natalio Damonte; Christian Bourgois , 
ed. [Paris] 86 p. © Christian 
Bourgois; 15Feb69; DFO-1677. 

EVENING AND THE MORNING. See 
NOONSHOW ONE. 

AN EVENING WITH HUCKLEBERRY FINN; book 
& lyrics by Steve Brown (Stephen 
Mark Brown) music by Clay Boland, Jr. 

1 V. A play in 2 acts. Adapted froir 
The adventures of Huckleberry Finn^ 
by Mark Twain, pseud, of Samuel Lang- 
horne Clemens. © Stephen Mark Brown 
& Clay A. Boland, Jr.; 3Feb69; 
DU73'H8. 

THE EVENING YOU ARE SPENDING IS WITH 
ME, by Richard S. Kramisen. Sleep 
if you want to sleep; An act between 
plays; Niggerback. 1 v. 3 Pfays. 
© Richard Stanley Kramisen; 24Feb59; 
DU74092. 

EVENTS ALONG THE BERLIN WALL (Erleb- 
nisse an der Berliner Mauer) Elne 
szenlshche dokumentatlon nach einer 
Idee von Ernesto Oleri by Emil 
Ohler & Otto Geller, Main altes 
Berlin. — Berliner Mauerkinder, 1 v, 

2 plays, German. © Emil Ohler & 
Otto Geller; 20Dec68; DU73193. 

EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT; or. The conversion 
of Simon Rock. By Mildred N. 
McClellan. 67 1. A musical play in 

3 scenes. © Mildred N. McClellan; 
27Jan69; DU73279- 

EVERYMAN; adapted & directed by Harry 
F. Thompson, 59 1. A play. 
© Harry Frederick Thompson; 19May69; 
DU74337. 

AN EVOLUTIONARY INTERPRETATION OF BI- 
SEXUALITY IN MAN, AND A CHALLENGE 
TO CHANGE THE FACE OF SOCIETY TODAY, 
by Tom Graeff , 1 v, © Tom Graeff; 
10Jun69; C21837- 

EVOLVING OPEN SENTENCES FROM GRAPHS. 
51. A script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining 8: Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; llMar69; C21468. 

EXAMINATION. See 

THE COLLECTION AND THE MVER. 

EXAMINING A BEAN SEED. 4 1. Recording 
script, Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 4Apr69; C2l6l7. 



EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES (Recording 

scripts) Scripts In this series are 
by various authors. © Executape 
Systems, Inc. 
Program no. 

4. Pre-approach. Author: L. Z. 
Cashen. © 8May69; C2171'4 . 

5. Approach. Author: H. B. Rames. 
© 8May69; C21713. 

6. Showmanship. Author: L. Z. Cash- 
en. © 8May69; C21780. 

7. Socratic technique. Author: H. B 
Rames. © 8May69; C21712. 

8. Communications. Author: H. B. 
Rames. © 8May69; C21711. 

9. Memory. Author: H. B. Rames. 
© 8May69; C21710. 

11. Care and feeding of customers. 
Author: Jim Lawrence. © 8May69; 
C21709. 

12. Creative salesmanship. Author: 
E. F. Wells. © BMay69; C21708. 

13. Personal finance. Author: Pat 
Hayes. © 8May69; C21707. 

14. Objections. Author: H. B. Rames. 
© 8May69; C21705. 

15. Coast to a close. Author: Irv 
Feldman. © 8May69; C21705 . 

17. Voice, vocabulary and delivery. 
Author: Walter Dallenbach. 
© 8May69; C21704. 

AN EXERCISE IN JUSTICE; or. The urge 
to kill. A dead-pan farce in one 
act by Tristan Hewlett, pseud, of 
Michael Hanlfln. 17 1 • © Michael 
J. Hanifln & Tova R. Wlsenthal; 
23Jun69; DU74623. 

THE EXISTENCE OF GRAHAM MCMAHON; or, 
The waterhead. By Melvln Frederick 
Groth. 93 1. A play. © Melvln 
Frederick Groth; 27Jan69; DU73941. 

EXIT THE KING, See 
PLAYS, VOLUME V. 

EXPANDED FORM USING EXPONENTS, 4 1, 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 4Apr69; C21620. 

EXPECT A MIRACLE, by Edna Cheyne, 
44 1. A teleplay In 4 acts. In- 
cludes music & lyrics to 1 song. 
© Edna M. Cheyne; 3Feb69; DU73396. 

EXPERIMENT. See 
GALACTIC PATROL. 

EXPERIMENTS WITH TRUTH, a play in two 
acts based on the life of Mohandas K. 
Gandhi by H. Nell Whiting. 1 v, 
© H. Nell Whiting; l6jun69; DU74561. 

THE EXTINCT ORCHESTRA CONDUCTOR, a 
radio play by Leo Goldman. 8 1. 
© Leo Goldman; 5Mar69; C21404. 



THE F, G. SHOW, a television series 
for children; script & lyrics by Jim 
Eller, music by Jim Eiler & Jeanne 
Bargy. © Jim Eller & Jeanne Bargy; 
llMar69; DU73756. 

PABIEN. See 

OEUVRES COMPLETES. 

THE FACING AGE, a satirical comedy in 
three acts by Blrger V. Kaurin. 
1 v. © Blrger V, Kaurin; 25Apr69; 
DU74169. 

FAILURE. See 

THREE BLACK COMEDIES. 



FAIR EXCHANGE. 
THE BROKERS' 



See 

OPERA. 



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THE PAIR PENITENT, ty Nicholas Rows; 
edited by Malcolm Goldstein. Lincoln 
[Neb.] University of Nebraska Press. 
83 p. (Regents Restoration drama 
series) 5 acts. NM: introd., 
annotation & compilation. © Univer- 
sity of Nebraska Press; l8Feb69j 
A5206I. 

FAIRYTALE, by Anthony Palange, Jr. 
76 1. A play in J acts. © Anthony 
Palange, Jr.; 30Dec68; DU73236. 

FAITH OR FAINTING, by Clara Grace. 
17 1. Recording script. © Clara A. 
Grace; 9Jun69; C21795 . 

THE FALL AND RISE OF SANTA CLAUS , a 
three act play by Greg Pellemeier 
& Edward Baum. 1 v. © Greg A. 
Pellemeier & Edward Baum; 26May69j 
DU7447O. 

FALSE RAMIREZ. See 
HELL AND HESITATION. 

LA PAMILLE ECARLATE, theatre de Jean 
Loup Dabadle. Paris, Editions du 
Seuil. 191 p. 2 parts. © Editions 
du Seuil; 28Dec68; DFO-I660. 

LA.. PAMILLE TOT (Tokek) By Istvan 

Ork^ny; adapte du Hongrois par Claude 
Roy. [Paris] Galliraard. Il4 p. 
(Theatre du monde entier) © Editions 
Gallimard; 250ct68; DPO-1646. 

FAMILY CIRCLE, a play in two acts by 
Elliot Fried. 117 1. ® Elliot 
Fried; 13Jan69; DU73265. 

FAMILY PORTRAIT; one act play by Ben 
Caldwell. 3 1. © Ben Caldwell; 
7May69; DU74243 . 

THE FAMILY ROOM, a comedy by Joseph 
Baldwin. 1 v. 3 acts. © Joseph B. 
Baldwin; 2Jun69; DU74442. 

FAMILY SCENE, a play in one act by 
Lucy Kennedy (Mrs. Ralph L. Brown) 
61. © Lucy Kennedy; l4May59; 
DU74283. 

PANTAISIE IMPROMPTU, a new play in 
four scenes and an epilogue by 
Armand H. Russo. 30 1. © Armand H. 
Russo; 23May69; DU74407. 

THE FARCE OF PATELIN, adapted by 

R. G. Davis & Jael Weisman & Sandra 
Archer. 30 1. A play in 7 scenes. 
From a French farce. NM: editorial 
revision & additions. © San Francis- 
co Mime Troupe, Inc.; 3Peb69; 
DU73833. 



FARMLANDS IN CALIFORNIA. 
CALIFORNIA TODAY. 



See 



FARMS TO FACTORIES. Pee 
THE HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA. 

FASCINATION. See 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 

FAST EIN HAMLET; Tragikombdle in drei 
Akten von Klaus Mazohl. [Austria] 
Universal Edition. 124 p. © Univer- 
sal Edition, A.G.; 31Dec68; DFO-1672. 

FAST READING FOR SUCCESS, Series 1: 
Lesson 1-4. By Gwen B. Carr & Chris- 
topher King, pseud, of Bernard M. 
Kane. 1 v. Lecture. © Personal 
Success Skills; 22Jan69; C21295 . 

FAT LADY, a musical comedy by Frank 
Westbrook. 1 v. 2 acts. Book only. 
© Frank Westbrook; 24jan69; DU73453. 

THE FATHER, a screen treatment by Jur- 
gen Jacobsen & Isaac Armony. 1 v. 
© Isaac Armony & Jurgen Jacobsen; 
8jan69; DU73412. 

FATHER AND SON, a three act play by 
John F. Shevlin. 1 v. © John F. 
Shevlin; 3Jun69; DU74457 . 



FATHER-DAUGHTER LOVE, by Paul B. Ross. 
124 1. A screenplay. © Paul B. 
Ross; I4jan69; DU73269. 

FATHER GOES TO A CHRISTENING, by 

Robert G. McCartney. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Robert G. McCartney; 
lApr69; DU73963. 



THE FATHER IS A MONGREL, a comedy by 
Thomas Tomanek. 84 1. 3 acts. 
© Thomas J. Tomanek; 12Jun69; 
DU74544 . 

THE FAUSTRATION OF SATAN, by Johannes 
Faustus, Der Zweite, pseud, of 
Hiram J. Bush und John Faust, XL, 
pseud, of Robert J. Bush. 129 1- 
A play in 5 acts. ® Hiram J. Bush & 
Robert J. Bush; 28Apr69; DU74174. 

FEMME ftU'A LE COEUR TROP PETIT. See 
THEATRE III. 

PKNCE WAR. See 

THREE ONE ACT PLAYS. 

FEET UNDER THE TABLE, a play for reper- 
tory by Les Cartwright (Leslie Cart- 
wright) 1 V. 3 acts. © Leslie 
Cartwright; 15Apr69; DU74074. 

FICKLE LOVE. See 
CYCAD. 



FICTION AND FANTASY; in 
dent form includes The 
Rabbit, The three bear 
of the three little pi 
town musicians, 1 v. 
scripts. Appl. author 
Tapes. © Classic Text 
H. Rogers, owner; 6jan 



dramatic inci- 
tale of Peter 
, The story 

gs , The Bremen 
4 recording 

Classic Text 
Tapes, Norman 

69; DU73597. 



PIDELISSIMO, by Edward Rowe . 48 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Edward Clifford 
Rowe; 2May69; DU74315. 

FIFTY LECTURES ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF 
COMMUNISM, by Delos Banning McKown. 
1 V. © Delos Banning McKown; 3Mar69; 
021506. 

FIFTY PLAYS FOR HOLIDAYS, a collection 
of royalty-free, one-act children's 
plays for holidays & special 
occasions; edited by Sylvia E. 
Kamerman. Boston, Plays. 652 p. 
© Plays, Inc.; 19May69; A75637. 

FIG LEAVES IN AUTUMN, a comedy in three 
acts by Stanley J. Stites . 75 1- 
© Stanley J. Stites; 17Mar69; 
DU73809. 

PltM. See 
RIGHTS. 

THE FILM CLUB, a one-act play by 
Merritt Abrash. 31 1. © Merritt 
Abrash; 2Apr69; DU73969. 

FINDING PERCENT OF A NUMBER. 6 1. 
A script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
llMar69; 021459. 

FINDING THE PERCENT ONE NUMBER IS OF 
ANOTHER. 4 1. A script. Appl. au- 
thor: Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co. © Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co.; llMar69; C21460. 

THE FINGER MEAL, by R . J. Prlngle. 
1 v. A play in one act. © Ronald 
Prlngle; l8Jun69; DU74600. 

FINHEGAN BEGINAGAIN. See 
MUTT JUTE GIRLIE. 

FIRE ON THE EARTH, by James H. Warren. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 52 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 22Nov67, DU70280. 
® James H. Warren; 21Nov68; DP6896. 

FIREBRINGER, by Ronald Lee Robinson. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Ronald 
Lee Robinson; 28Feb69; DU73674. 



THE FIREMEN'S PRAYER; created & written 
by Chester W. Moller & Robert Smith. 
1st draft, Nov. 23, I968. 26 1. 
A screenplay. © Sgt. Sacto, Inc.; 
28Feb69; DU73682. 

FIREWORKS FOR A HOT FOURTH. See 

FOOTBALL: FIREWORKS FOR A HOT FOURTH- 
SHORT SACRED RITE OP SEARCH AND 
DESTRUCTION. 

THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS, a dramatic com- 
position by Elaine Siebert. 32 1. 
A screenplay. © Elaine Siebert; 
12May69; DU74262. 

THE FIRST FOLIO OF SHAKESPEARE, the 
Norton facsimile; prepared by Charl- 
ton Hinman. New York, Norton. 927 p. 
© on introd., pref., appendix, line 
numbering & compilation; W. W. Norton 
& Co., Inc.; 110ct68; A39627 . 

FIRST LOVE, by Ivan Turgenev; story 
rewritten & made into a screenplay 
by Rod Witmer. 1 v. © Rod Witmer; 
20Jun69; DU74613. 

FIRST SEASON, by Israel Horovltz. 
New York, Random House. 197 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. DU70136- 
70137, 70417, 70892. NM: compilation 
& preface. © Israel Horovltz; 
3Dec68; DP6996. 

THE FIVE FOOLISH AND THE FIVE WISE 
VIRGINS, by Grace E. Moore. 5 1. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book only. 
© Grace E. Moore; 8May69; DU74643. 

FIVE MINUTE SAMPLE LESSON. 3 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Zeb Billings Music Pub. Co. © Zeb 
Billings Music Pub. Co., a division 
of Programmed System, Inc.; 2May69; 
C21693. 

FIVE PLAYS FOR THE STAGE, by John 
Welden. Ann Arbor, University 
Microfilms Library Services. 
Microfilm. (Doctoral dissertation 
series) © John Sterling Welden; 
30Apr69; A74992. 

FIVE PLAYS OF ALEXANDER OSTROVSKY; 
translated & edited by Eugene K. 
Bristow. It's a family affair, 
we'll settle it ourselves, and 
others. New York, Pegasus. 380 p. 
Appl. author: Western Pub. Co., Inc., 
employer for hire. © Western Pub. 
Co., Inc.; 7Feb69; A67822. 

FIXATION. See 

NATURAL RESOURCES. 

FLAKING AND PELLETING OF GRAINS, ENGIN- 
EERING ASPECTS, by M. B. Shiver. 
V-* 1. Lecture. Appl. author: T. E. 
Stivers Co., employer for hire. 
© T. E. Stivers Co.; 6Peb69; C21294 . 

FLIGHT #26 TO NOWHERE, by Norman Finson. 
145 1. A play in 2 acts. © Norman 
Finson; lApr69; DU73949- 

THE PLIGHT OP CHARLES A. LINDBERGH ' 
6 1. Appl. author: Cultural History 
Research. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 2Jun69; C21805. 

^^°SSIE REARDON'S DEAD HUSBAND WANTS A 
Hn,^ Si ^^^yj-" °"e act by William 
?)?S^Cr„^* ^- ® William Hoag; 
l4Feb69; DU73566. 

FLOWERS. See 

THE GROWING SEASON. 

THE FLOWERS OF THE GOAT, a national 
tragedy in two acts by James L. 
Spencer, Jr. II3 1. © James L. 
Spencer, Jr.; 4Apr69; DU74002. 

PLOWRCOTTS EVE, by Gary Britton, pseud, 
of Gary A. Bisig. 59 1- A play. 
© Gary Britton; 26Feb69; DU73656. 



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Jan-June 



THE FLUTTERBY, a play for the enjoyment 
of children through theater by Vir- 
ginia C. Powers. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Virginia Carolyn Powers; lApr69; 
DU739t5 . 

FOLLIES BURLESQUE '69, by Sol Richman. 
41 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l4Feb67, DU67947. NM: 
revisions & additions. ® Sol Richman; 
17Apr69; DU73978. 

FOLLOW A STREAM DOWN, a motion picture 
script by James W. Sawyer. 37 1. 
Adapted from Donn Fendler, lost on 
a mountain in Maine, by Joseph B. 
Egan. Appl. states prev. reg. 
13NOV39, A134420. NM: addition & 
revision. © James V'inston Sawyer; 
5May69; DU74155. 

FOOD AS OUR FUEL. 4 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
lApr69; C21585. 

FOOD AS OUR FUEL. 3 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 4Apr69; C2l6l6. 

THE FOOL, by Tony Karloff. 6 1. 
Script. © Tony Karloff; 23Dec68; 
C21293. 
A FOOL THERE WAS, HE TRADED HIS MANSION 
FOR A HOLE IN THE SWAMP, by Victor A. 
Pompllio. 4l 1. (The George Brown 
project, script 2) A screenplay. 
Appl. tl.: A fool there was, he sold 
his mansion for a hole in the swamp. 
© Victor A. Pompllio; 6Jun69; 
DU74490. 

FOOTBALL: FIREWORKS FOR A HOT FOURTH: 
SHORT SACRED RITE OF SEARCH AND 
DESTRUCTION: three plays by Jon Swan. 
New York, Grove Press. 142 p. © Jon 
Swan; 7Mar69 (In notice: I968); 
DP7014 . 

FOR SELF AND OTHERS: AN INTRODUCTION 
TO THE HUMAN SIDE OF MANAGEMENT. 
6 1 Appl. author: National Leader- 
ship Methods, Inc. © National 
Leadership Methods, Inc.; 14Aprb9; 
C21635 . 
FOR THE PRICE OF THREE ROSES, by Marc 
Alan Zagoren. 45 1. A screenplay. 
© Marc Alan Zagoren; 20Mar69; DU73854 . 

FORCE . See 
THE TRILOGY. 

FORENSIC AND THE NAVIGATORS, by Sam 
Shepard. (In The Best of off off- 
Broadway; edited by Michael Smith. 
New York, Dutton. p. 25-45) 
© Sam Shepard; 9Jan69; DP6929. 

THE FOREST PRINCE, an original folk 
tale by Raymond E. Krenzke . 52 1. 
A play in 5 scenes. © Raymond E. 
Krenzke; 6Jan69; DU73289. 

FORM AND FANTASY IN MUSIC; written & 
narrated by Charles Blackman. 
27 1. A video tape script. 
© Charles Blackman; 19Mar69; C21554. 

FORMS OF DRAMA; edited by James L. 
Calderwood & Harold E. Tollver. 
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall. 
601 p. (Prentice-Hall English 
literature series) NM: editor's 
introd., notes & compilation. 
© Prentice-Hall, Inc.; 12May69; 
A73694 . 

FORT KNOX, MY LOVE, a comedy in three 
acts by Howard Pell (Otto Pell) 
127 1. ® Howard Pell; 6jan69; 
DU73215 . 



FORTRAN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 
(An introduction to FORTRAN 4) By 
Lee Gerber & Newman Vosbury. 86 1. 
© Audlcation, Inc.; 24jun69; C21857. 

FORTY CARATS, by Jay Bresson 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. Mont- 
gomery, Jr., trustees under agreement; 
24Apr68; DU71391. 

FOUR, an original dramatic composi- 
tion by Marc Stirdivant. 132 1. 
A screenplay. © Marc Stirdivant; 
22Jan69; DU73334. 

FOUR COMEDIES, by Aristophanes; edited 
by William Arrowsmith. Lysistrata; 
The Acharnians; The Congresswomen, 
translated by Douglass Parker; The 
frogs, translated by Richmond 
Lattlmore. 1st ed. University of 
Michigan Press. 100 p. (Ann Arbor 
paperbacks) NM: compilation. 
© William Arrowsmith; ISMaySg; 
A73468. 

POUR CORNERS, a drama in three act.s 
by Aloysius R. Clarke. 1 v. 
© Aloysius Roland Clarke; 24Feb69: 
DU73639. 

FOUR PLAYS, by H. Neil Whiting. 
Comforts of home; Ugly love; or. 
The seven unrelated sentences routine; 
Motel; The games we play. 1 v. 
© H. Nell Whiting; 12Mar69; DU73765. 

FOUR PLAYS, by Hjalmar Bergman; with 
Introductions by Stina Bergman, 
edited by Walter Johnson. Seattle, 
London, University of Washington 
Press. 298 p. Contents: Markurells 
of Wadkoping. — The baron's will. — 
Swedenhlelms. — Mr. Sleeman is coming. 
NM: pref., translations & introduc- 
tions. © University of Washington 
Press; 22Aug68; A50524. 

FOUR PLAYS BY CHEKHOV; translated & 
with a preface, afterwords & notes 
by Alex Szogyl. New York, Washing- 
ton Square Press. 288 p. © Wash- 
ington Square Press, Inc.; 
15Jul68; A37469. 

THE FOUR SEASONS OF JAMES AIDRIDGE, 
by Paul Ernst Freundllch. 90 1. 
A screenplay. © Paul Ernst Freund- 
llch; 6Jun69; DU74485. 

4x1-4; four one act plays by 
D. Mike Yates (Doyle N. Yates) 
A thin slice & others. 1 v. 
© Doyle N. Yates; l4Feb69; DU75565. 

FOURPOSTER. See 
I DOl I DO, 

FOURSOME. See 
PLAYS, VOLUME V. 

FRA DIAVOLO; opera in three acts, 
music by Daniel Francois Auber, 
libretto by Augustin Eugene Scribe, 
English text by John Gutman. New 
York, Schlrmer. 28 p. (G. Schirmer's 
collection of opera librettos, 
ed.2784) Libretto. © G. Schlrmer, 
Inc.; 8Nov68; DP6948. 
FRAGE DER ZEIT. See 
TRIO. 

FRAGMENTS, a play by Paul Kalina. 

1 V. 2 acts. © Paul Kalina; lApr69; 
DU73962. 

FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT. 8 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
® Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; lApr69; C21580. 

A FRAWG WENT COURTIN ' , by Willoughby 
Ions. 66 1. A play In 2 acts. 
©Willoughby Ions; l6Dec68; DU73532- 



THE FREAKED-OUT SON OF THE WILD 

NUCLEAR SURF MONSTER INVADES BIKINI 
BEACH, a screenplay by David Standlsh. 
139 1. © David Roman Standlsh & 
Margaret Ellen Standlsh; 24Mar69; 
DU73895. 

FREE AT LAST, a narration by Algernon 
D. Black. 10 1. © Algernon D. 
Black; 24Mar69; C21564 . 

FREE AT LAST, a narration by Algernon 
D. Black. 10 1. NM: editorial 
revision. © Algernon D. Black; 
l4Apr69; 021823. 

FREE AT LAST? FT. 1-2. See 

MEN OF THOUGHT, MEN OF ACTION. 

FREEDOM AND TRUE IDENTITY. See 
FREIHEIT UHD WAHRE IDEMTITXT. 

FREEDOM DENIED, FREEDOM DESIRED, a 
play by Maurice Winters, pseud, of 
Hazel Gerland. 3I 1. 3 acts. 
© Hazel M. Gerland; 21Apr69; 
DU74125. 

FREEDOM OF RELIGION: HISTORY. 14 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; C21531. 

FREEDOM OF RELIGION: NOW. 10 1. 
A script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; llMar69; C21473. 

THE FREELOADERS, a screenplay by Alex 
Anderson (Alexander H. Anderson) 
187 1. © Anderson/Fulmer Group; 
3Feb69; DU73423. 

FREIHEIT UND WAHRE IDENTITAT (Freedom 
and true identity) Ein Vortrag 
Uber die Chrlstliche Wissenschaft 
von Edward C. Williams; Marianne 
Schmidt, translator. 30 1. Appl. 
tl.: A lecture on Christian Science. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 12Nov68, 
C21080. © Edward C. Williams; 
12Mar69; C21521. 

FREUD'S UNACKNOWLEDGED DEBT TO PLATO, 
by Edward P. Chappen. 15 1. 
© Edward P. Chappen; 21Apr69; 
C21786. 

FRIDAY NIGHT; 3 one-act plays by James 
El ward. Dramatists Play Service. 
62 p. Contents: The river. — 
Passport. — Mary Agnes is thirty-five. 
Appl. states prev, reg. l4Jan65, 
DU62O7O. NM: additions & revisions. 
© James Elward; 29Apr69; DP6994. 

THE FRIEND, by James C. Spresser. 
15 1. A play. © James Clarence 
Spresser; 10Mar69; DU73793. 

THE FROG POND; narration by Lawrence 
Kilham & Peter Kllham. 8 1. 
Recording script. © Droll Yankees, 
Inc.; 2May69; C2l801. 

THE FROG PRINCE; or, The Princess of 
Serene. Book, music & lyrics by 
Harry Huret. New York, Chappell. 
71 p. 4 scenes. Appl. author: 
Chappell S: Co., Inc., employer for 
hire of Oscar Catslff, piano arrange- 
ments. Appl. states the following 
titles prev. reg.: It isn't enough, 
22Sep46, EU37526; The Princess and 
the frog, 23Sep64, DU61227; My heart 
goes tingle, tingle, 27Nov56, 
EP104162. NM: complete piano arrange- 
ments. © Chappell & Co., Inc.; 
26Mar69; DP7005 . 



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1969 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



17 



PROGS , See 

FOUR COMEDIES. 

FROM A TO Z IN 155,000 WORDS OR LESS, 
AT LEAST; radio program by Charles 
Wood. 9 1. (Dictionary show 1-2) 
© EMR Enterprises, Ltd.; 15Apr69; 
C21636. 

PROM COLOMBAN TO THE PROTESTANTS. See 
THE HUMANIST TRANSLATORS. 

FROM EXPLORATION TO INDEPENDENCE. See 
EMERGING AFRICA IN THE LIGHT OF ITS 
PAST. 

FROM SALAMIS I COME, a comedy In two 
acts by D. A. Garrlck. 77 1. © D. A. 
Garrick; 3Feb69; DU75'H5 . 

FROM SCENES LIKE THESE, a musical 
play In three acts by Leslie 
MacGregor. 57 1. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. Jan65, 
DU56927. NM: addition & revision. 
© Leslie MacGregor; 28jan69; 
DU73589. 

PROM THE EAGLE'S BED, by Tallmen, 
pseud, of Kirt M. Olsen. Sheet. 
Recitation script. © Kirt M. Olsen; 
8Apr69; C21740. 

DEE FROSCHKONIG, ein Musical fur Kinder 
In zwei Akten von Peter Lindholm, 
pseud, of Alf Leegaard & Hanswalter 
Gossmann, Musik von Wolfgang Dauner. 
Hamburg, Vertriebsstelle und Verlag 
Deutscher Buhnenschriftsteller und 
Buhnenkomponisten. 106 p. Dramati- 
zation after the German tale of the 
Brothers Grimm. Book & lyrics only. 
© Vertriebsstelle und Verlag Deutscher 
Buhnenschriftsteller und Biihnen- 
komponisten, G.M.B.H.; 2Jun68; DFI956 . 

PULGENS AND LUCRES. See 

A CRITICAL EDITION OF THE PLAYS OP 
HENRY MEDWELL. 

FULTON'S POLLY. 5 1. Appl. author: 
Cultural History Research. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 2Jun69; C21808. 

PULVIA, a mime play by Fred Allender. 
51 1. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. lMay68, DU71428. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Fred Allender; 
19May69; DU74250. 

FUMES, by Richard A. Bartlett & Charles 
R. Lorlng. 56 1. A screenplay. 
© Richard A. Bartlett; 24Mar69; 
DU73889. 

THE PUN WAR, by Geoffrey Bush. 46 1. 
A play. © Geoffrey Bush; 17Mar69; 
DU75797 . 

FUNERAL JAZZ, by J. I. Rodale . 25 1. 
(How to choose a marriage partner) 
©Jerome I. Rodale; 17Jan69; DP6904 . 

FUNERAL JAZZ, by J . I. Rodale. Apr. 
1969 version. 52 p. (How to choose 
a marriage partner) Appl. states 
prev. reg. 17Jan69, DP690t . NM: com- 
pilation & revision. ® J. I. Rodale; 
lApr69; DP6967. 

THE FUNERAL PARTY; or. Sorry, Charlie. 
A play in three acts by Virginia 
Colwell. 54 1. © Virginia Claudette 
Colwell; 5Feb69; DU73417. 

PUSSIN' AND PEUDIN', a musical play in 
two acts; play, lyrics & music by 
Jeff Coldrey. 1 v. NM: additions. 
© Albert George Jeffery Coldrey; 
28Apr69; DU74153. 

THE FUTURE OF MEDIA AND THE TASTE 
MAKERS, by A. C. Spectorsky. 25 1. 
© A. C. Spectorsky; 22May69; C21757. 

FUTURE UNLIMITED, by William R. Camp- 
bell III. 20 1. A film 
script. © William Robert Camp- 
bell III; 24Peb69; C21355. 



G 



GABRIEL (The story of a slave rebellion) 
By Clifford Mason. 127 1. A play 
in 3 acts. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Clifford Lester Mason; 2May69; 
DU74200. 

GALACTIC PATROL; or. The experiment. 
A screenplay by G. B. Busceml. 
137 1. ® Joseph P. Mawra; 12Feb69; 
DU73599. 
GALENPANNAN. See 
THE NOBLE FOOL. 

THE GALLSTONE CURSE, by Stanley Marcus. 
95 1. A play in 3 acts. © Stanley 
Marcus; 17Feb69; DU73587, 

GAME OP ADAM, a musical play; book 
& lyrics by Max Kerpelman. 50 1. 
® Max Kerpelman; 13Jan69; DU75264. 

GAME OP ADAM, a musical play; book & 
lyrics by Max Kerpelman. 93 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 13Jan59, 
DU73264. NM: additions. © Max 
Kerpelman; 27May69; DU74397. 

A GAME OP KINGS AND QUEENS, by Benjamin 
Bradford. 102 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Benjamin Bradford; 4Mar69; 
DU73704. 

GAME PARADE; written by Shirley Ellis- 
ton a.k.a. Shirley Ellis. 27 1. A 
musical play. Choreography. Book & 
lyrics only. © Shirley Elllston; 
21Jan69; DU73515 . 

GAMES, a nightmare comedy in one act 
by Raymond Banacki. 1 v. ® Raymond 
Banackl; lljun59; DU74519. 

GAMES WE PLAY. See 
POUR PLAYS. 

THE GARDEN, a play in two acts by 

Joan Bucks (Joan Bucks Hansen) 60 1. 
© Joan Bucks Hansen; 26Mar69; DU75911. 

GARDEN OP PLEASURE, by Laura Grace 
Barrett. 27 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Laura Grace 
Barrett; 17Mar69; DU75774 . 

THE GARMENTS, a one act play by Yusef 
A. Lateef . 7 1. © Yusef A. Lateef; 
23Jan69; DU733'*4. 

GATHER FOR A HANGING, by John Ferlaine. 
119 1. A screenplay. © John 
Ferlaine; 22May69; DU74375 . 

A GATHERING OF HEROES, by Marte 
Barter (Marthe J. Barter) 92 1. 
A play in 5 acts. © Marthe J. 
Barter; 6Mar69; DU75730. 

IL GATTOPARDO; opera completa, melo- 
dramma In tre attl, di Angelo Musco; 
testi di Luigl Squarzlna. Milano, 
Ricordi. 320 p. Da Tomasl dl Lam- 
pedusa. © G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; 
10Sep68 (in notice: 1967); DF1975. 

GENERAL MANAGEMENT SERIES (Recording 
scripts) Scripts in this series are 
by various authors. © Exeoutape 
Systems, Inc. 
Program no. 
8 Management listening. Author: 

Robert G. Nesblt. © 8May69; C21717. 
10. Concepts of management. Author: 
Jack Clinton McLarn. © 8May69; 

c 217 81. 

11. Motivation for managers. Author: 
Robert G. Nesblt. © 8May69; C21716. 
12. Tools and skills of management. 
Author: Jack Clinton McLarn. 
© 8May69; C 217 82. 
14. Getting change through communica- 
tion. Author: Robert G. Nesblt. 
© 8May69; C21715. 



THE GENERALS' TEA-PARTY, by Boris Vian. 
(In Theatre of war. [Great Britain) 
Penguin Books, Robert Baldick, ed . 
p. 107-189) © Simon Watson Taylor; 
23Nov67; DPI980. 

THE GENERATION FLAP, a comedy for eight 
women by Anne Coulter Martens. Bos- 
ton, Baker's Plays. 20 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) Appl. author: Walter 
H. Baker Co., employer for hire. 
©Walter H. Baker Co.; 25Apr69; 
DP698I . 



GENIES DU THEATRE FEANCAIS. 
CORNEILLE. 



See 



THE GENIUS AND THE GUNPIGHTER; original 
screenplay by David Odell, based on 
characters created by Paul Williams. 
129 1. Appl. author: Pressman Wil- 
liams Enterprises, Inc., employer for 
hire. ® Pressman Williams Enter- 
prises, Inc.; 17Apr69; DU75987. 

GENIUS JONES; or, The easy way out. 
A melodrama in three acts by Marjorle 
C. Dutton. 61 1. © Marjorle C. 
Button; 17Apr69; DU74152. 

THE GENIUS OF BENJAMIN BANNEKER, a play 
by John Hines. New York, New 
Dimensions Pub. Co. 64 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l6Aug68, 72191. 
NM: revisions. © John Hines; lNov68; 
DP6899. 

GENIUS ON THE ROCKS, an original 

screenplay by Charles Martin. 202 1. 
© Charles Martin; 50Jun69; DU74664. 

THE GENTLE MORNING, by Mel Hasman 
(Melvin Dale Hasman) 1 v. 2 acts. 
® Mel Hasman; 15Dec68; DU73248. 

GENTLEMAN DANCING MASTER. See 

WILLIAM WYCHERLEY'S LOVE IN A WOOD 
AND THE GENTLEMAN DANCING MASTER, A 
CRITICAL EDITION. 

GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM, a play in two 
acts by William T. Betken. 1 v. 
© William T. Betken; 2Apr69; 
DU73966 . 



THE GENTS WERE DEADLY, a screen play 

in three acts by Samuel C. Hill. 

150 1. © Samuel C. Hill; 26Jun69; 

DU74656. 
GEORGE BROWN PROJECT. See 

A FOOL THERE WAS, HE TRADED HIS 
MANSION FOR A HOLE IN THE SWAMP. 

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE. 

WHEEL CHAIR PLAN. 

GEORGE, YOU SAINT, GET OFF, a one act 
play by Richard Vernon Jones. 
58 1. © Richard Vernon Jones; 
8Apr69; DU74028. 

GERMELSHAUSEN. See 

LOST, PARADISE. 

DAS VERLORENE PARADIES. 
GET SMART. See 

ROCK ON SMART. 
GETTING CHANGE THROUGH COMMUNICATION. 

GENERAL MANAGEMENT SERIES. Program 
no.l4. 

GETTING DARK FOR WINTER; or, A long 
way home; or. Come, gentle night. 
A full length drama by Helga Morpur- 
go. 112 1. 5 acts. © Helga Morpur- 
go; l8Apr69; DU74106. 

THE GIFT, a play in one act by Joyce 
Betrles. 1st draft. 17 1. 
© Joyce M. Betries; 6Feb69; DU73465. 

A GIFT FOR YOUR BIRTHDAY, a 3 act play 
by Robert M. Brown. 147 1- ® Robert 
M. Brown; 25Apr69; DU74056. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



GIFT OF A HAME. 
CYBELE. 



See 



GIFT OF THE MAGI. See 
GREENWICH VILLAGE, I9IO. 

GILBERT, by David S. Meranze & Marc 
Alan Zagoren. 53 1. A screenplay. 
® Marc Alan Zagoren & David Meranze; 
20Mar69; DU73855. 

GINAGAWA NG OMNIPOTENTENG DIYOS ANG 
TAO NA MATAGUMPAY (God omnipotent 
makes man triumphant) Isang panayam 
ng Christian Science ni Noel D. 
Bryan-Jones; Adriano Santos, Ruperto 
P. Garcia & Lourdes L. Zafra, trans- 
lators. 21 1. Appl. ti.: A lecture 
on Christian Science. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 70ct65, CI6072 & 27Nov65, 
BB24965 . NM: Tagalog translation. 
© Noel D. Bryan-Jones; 31Jan69; 
C21446. 

GINAGAWA NG OMNIPOTENTENG DIYOS ANG 
TAO NA MATAGUMPAY (God omnipotent 
makes man triumphant) Isang panayam 
ng Christian Science ni Noel D. 
Bryan-Jones; Emily Flanza, Luis 
Macay & Ferry Tagle Okubo, transla- 
tors. 21 1. Ilocano; title trans- 
literated. Appl. states prev. reg. 
27Nov63, BB2'*965. © Noel D. Bryan- 
Jones; 3ljan69; C21309. 

THE GINGHAM MURDER/THE CALICO CORPSE, 
an American Noh play developed by 
students of the mime at Brandels 
University under the direction of 
Andrew Harmon, with verses by Henry 
C. Tlmm. 7 1. Includes lyrics to 

I song. © Henry 0. Timm; 27Jan69; 
DU73'*51. 

GINO ANDRETTI IN PURGATORY, by Ralph 
Accardo. 59 1. A play. © Ralph 
V. Accardo; 25Jan69; DU733'j8. 

A GIRL CALLED KILMENY, a new musical 
play for children, music by George 
Zinsser, book & lyrics by Jean Flynn 
(Jean Flynn Reynolds) & Anthony 
Osnato. 1 V. 2 acts. Based on the 
novel Kilmeny of the orchard, by 
L. M. Montgomery. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Kilmeny. NM: revision & 
addition. © Anthony Osnato, Jean 
Flynn Reynolds & George Zinsser; 
7Apr69; DU7'*076. 
GIRL FROM THE SUBURB. See 
THEEE PARTIES. 

THE GIRL IN THE FLORENTINE SHOPPE; 
book, music & lyrics by Edward John 
Hall. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 19Sep67, 
DU69632 & 23Feb68, EU39123 ■ 
NM: revision & additions. ® Edward 
John Hall; lApr69; DU73829- 

THE GIRL THAT GAVE UP HOME FOR CHRIST, 
a religious play by Violet Wideman. 

II 1. 5 acts. © Violet Wideman; 
20Feb69; DU736l6- 

GIRTIE GLUTZ; or. The Dutchess of 
Marlborough. Monologue & song & 
dance act for a female performer by 
Matson C. Terry. 3 1. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states lyrics from 2 
songs prev. pub. ® Matson C. Terry; 
3Jun69; C21779- 

GIVE IT A WHIRL, a musical play; book, 
music & lyrics by Millard S. Thomson. 
2 V. 2 acts. © Millard S. Thomson; 
14May69; DU7't'*28. 

THE GLASS WOMAN; screenplay by Ralph 
Server. 108 1. © Ralph Server; 
l8Feb69; DU73591. 

GLOBE HOTEL, a tragedy in three acts by 
Gardner Patterson. 120 1. © Gardner 
Patterson; 2Apr69; DU7't017. 

GLORIOUS DAY. See 
BIG CITY PARK. 



GO AHEAD AND SING, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 4 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 7Jan69; C21393. 

GO, BABY, GO. See 
ALPHA 2001. 

GO BUILD ME A TOWER, a play in two 
parts by Robert S. Bryan. 112 1. 
© Robert S. Bryan; 5May69; DU74238. 

GO FIGURE, a new television game show 
created by Fred Norman. 13 1. 
© Fred B. Norman; 5Mar69; C21'tlJ3. 

GO HOME AND TELL YOUR MOTHER, a play in 
three acts by Milton Geiger & Max 
Wylie. 1 V. Appl. states prev. reg. 
70ct5O, 89402 & prev. pub. 21Sep50. 
NM: dramatization & additions. 
® Milton Geiger S: Max Wylie; 20Mar69; 
DU75852. 

GO IN SPIRITEK; story & screenplay by 
Frank Battista. 50 1. © Frank S. 
Battista; 19May69; DU7'»';72. 

GOBLINS, a chimera in five scenes by 
T. C. Upham. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 110ct32, DI8635. NM: revisions 
& additions . © Thomas Carlton Upham; 
17Mar69; DU75808. 

GOD OMNIPOTENT MAKES MAN TRIUMPHANT. 
See 

DIOS A MANAKABALIN AMIN ARAMIDENNA TI 
TAO A NAGBALLIGI. 

GINAGAWA NG OMNIPOTENTENG DIYOS ANG 
TAO NA MATAGUMPAY. 

KHWAM MI 'aMNAT THUKYANG KHftNG 
PHRACHAO THAM HAI MANUT PHOP 
KHWAM MI CHAICHANA. 

THE GODBRAIN SMILING, by Robert Hoyland . 
9 1. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Robert Page Hoyland; 24Mar69; 
DU74037- 
THE GODKIN LECTURES, by John W. Gard- 
ner. 3 V. 5 lectures. Appl. ti.: 
The Godkln lectures for 1969. 
© John W. Gardner; 2Jun69; C21778. 

GODS IN EXILE, by M. S. Jampole. 
18 1. A play in 5 acts. © Marc 
Saul Jampole; 30Apr69; DU74329. 

GOD'S NOT, by Richard Lloyd Fisher. 
84 1. A play in 2 acts. © Richard 
Lloyd Fisher; 8Apr69; DU74029. 

GOD'S POWER AT HAND. See 

EL PODER DE DIOS ESTA DISPONIBLE. 

GOD'S WAY IN THE WHIRLWIND. See 
CIRCUITS TO RIDE. 

THE GOING THERE, a comedy in two acts 
by Gus Dana, pseud, of Gustave 
Danllowski. 1 v. © Gustave Danllo- 
wski; 24Feb69; DU73640. 

GOLDEN ORE TO GOLDEN GRAIN. See 
THE HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA. 

GONE MAD, by David Rosenblum. I38 1. 
A play in 4 acts. © David Rosen- 
blum; 27Jan69; DU73357. 

GOOD HEALTH HABITS. 6 v. Recording 
scripts. Appl. author: Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc. NM; additions. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a 
division of Esquire, Inc.; 24Mar69; 
C21579. 

THE GOOD SAMARITANS, a play in two acts 
by John Patrick. 100 1. © John 
Patrick; 12May69; DU74272. 

GOOD TIMES ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY, BROWN- 
BROKERS, 1968; book & lyrics by 
Alfred Basile, music by William 
Griffith. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© Alfred C. Basile & William R. Grif- 
fith; 27Jan69; DU73363. 



THE GOOD WOMAN OF SETZUAN, by Bertolt 
Brecht (Eugen Berthold Friedrich 
Brecht); a version for the American 
stage by John Lewin. I98 1. A play 
in 16 scenes. Appl. states German 
text pub. 1957. © John Lewin; 
I4jan69; DU75784 . 

GOODBY DOLLY. See 
THE INVESTIGATORS. 

GOODBYE KOPTZIN, a musical comedy in 
3 acts, book, music & lyrics by 
Sol Hoffenberg. 1 v. © Sol Hof fen- 
berg; 30Jan69; DU73377. 

GOODBYE SUNRISE HOUR, by Leo Bayer. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Leo 
Bayer; 7Apr69; DU74008. 

GOODMAN BROWN; music by Harold Fink, 
libretto by Edward J. Megroth. 
Painesville, Ohio, Lake Erie College 
Press. 155 p. (Lake Erie College 
studies, V.7) Based on Nathaniel 
Hawthorne's short story. Young Good- 
man Brown. © Harold Fink 8c Edward J. 
Megroth; 27May68; DP6927. 

GORILLA MILK, by Frederick Stone, pseud, 
of Stanley F. Glass. 124 1. A screen- 
play. © Metamorphosis Productions, 
Ltd.; l4Mar69; DU75845. 

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO PEANUTS, a 

color slide presentation by Robert L. 
Short, with Peanuts cartoons by 
Charles M. Schulz. 59 1. © Robert L. 
Short; 28May69; 021775- 

GOWAH; GOWAH." By Sy Ettinger. I09 1. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Sy Sol Ettinger; 
5Feb69; DU73437. 

THE GRACCHI BROTHERS, by Stone Widney. 
97 1. A play. © Stone Widney; 
26Mar69; DU73933 • 

GRAN MINUE. See 
THE GRAND MINUET. 

THE GRAND COUNCIL OF INDIAN CIRCLE; 

written by Arthur S. Junaluska. 10 1. 
A play. © Arthur S. Junaluska; 
21Jan69; DU73328. 

THE GRAND MINUET, by Victor Ruiz 
Iriarte, English translation by 
M. P. Holt. 77 1. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. pub. as El gran 
minue, 1951. © Marion P. Holt; 
4Feb69; DU73404. 

GRAND PARADE TO PARADISE, a play in 
two acts by Michael O'Sulllvan. 
Rev.: Oct. I967 . 1 v. NM: revision. 
© Michael O'Sulllvan; 5Apr69; 
DU74019. 

LA GRANDE MURAILLE; farce de Max 
Frlsch; texte francals d' Arthur 
Adamov & Jacqueline Autrusseau. 
[Paris] Galllmard. 110 p. 2 pts . 
© Editions Galllmard; 28Feb69; 
DFO-1675. 

GRAPHING EeUALITY AND INEOUALITY 

SENTENCES. 10 1. A script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; C21465. 

GRAPHING THE COMPOUND SENTENCE. 8 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co. © Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co.; llApr69; C2163I. 

THE GREAT AMERICAN DESERT, by Joel 
Oppenheimer. (In Eight plays from 
off -off Broadway, edited by Nick 
Orzel & Michael Smith. Indianapolis, 
Bobbs-Merrill. p. 129-162) © Joel 
Oppenheimer; l6Dec66; DP6962. 



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1969 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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THE GREAT AMERICAN RACE WAR, a play by 
Richard Farley. I65 1. 3 acts. 
©Richard Farley; 30Jun69; DU74665 . 

THE GREAT BOLYAVSKI, a saga of the 
Yiddish actor; or. Where is he now? 
A play in 3 scenes by Paul E. 
Richards. 1 v. © Hiken-Rlchards, 
Inc.; 3Apr69; DU73982. 

THE GREAT CARIBOU RUN, by Bret Lyon. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Bret 
Lyon; 19May69; DU74473. 



GREAT DAYI One minute TV commercial 
by Josef Ellas. 5 1. Includes 
music to one song. © Josef Elias; 
23Jun69; DUT4616. 

THE GREAT DECISION; original screen- 
play by Cecile H. Allen (Mrs. Richard 
N. Allen) 32 1. © Mrs. Richard N. 
Allen; llMar69; riU73977. 

GREAT GRANDMOTHER; script for recording 
by Eleanor Roe (Eleanor R. Munzer) 
31. © Eleanor Roe Munzer; 31Deo68; 
021275. 

GREAT IDEAS FOR STAYING ALIVE, by Earl 
Nightingale. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Nlghtlngale-Conant Corp.; 10Jan69; 
C21272. 

GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN, CHEROfCEE, N.C. 
TO GATLINBURG, TENN. 28 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Auto Tape 
Tours, Inc. Appl. ti.: Descriptive 
tour of Great Smoky Mountains National 
Park. ©Auto Tape Tours, Inc.; 
3Apr69; C21623. 

GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN, GATLINBURG, TENN. 
TO CHEROKEE, N.C. 25 1- Recording 
script. Appl. author: Auto Tape 
Tours, Inc. Appl. tl.: Descriptive 
tour of Great Smoky Mountains National 
Park. © Auto Tape Tours, Inc.; 
3Apr69; C21622. 

THE GREAT WALTZ; the Edwin Lester ver- 
sion. Music by Johann Strauss, Sr. 
& Jr., musical adaptation by Erich 
Wolfgang Korngold, Robert Wright & 
Forrest; original German book & lyrics 
by A. M. Winner, H. Reichert 8c 
E. Marischka; English lyrics by Wright 
& Forrest, additional lyrics by Forman 
Brown; English book by Jerome Chodorov, 
from the original by Moss Hart & Mil- 
ton Lazarus. 1 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. Based on Walzer aus Wlen. 
Libretto. Appl. states prev. reg. 
220ct65, EU908747; prev. pub. 25Jul66, 
EP2l604. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Josef Weinberger, Ltd.; 10Feb69; 
DW3552. 



THE GREEK BELLY DANCER, by Alexander G. 
Metrakos. 31 1- A screenplay. 
© Alexander G. Metrakos; lApr69; 
DUT3839. 

THE GREEN PEOPLE, an exercise in racial 
prejudice by E. William Seeley. 
21 1. © Witt International Enter- 
prises, Inc.; 19May69; DU74496. 

THE GREEN RIVER RENDEZVOUS, I968; 
script by Sidney 0. Reynolds, revi- 
sion by Otis Carney, correction by 
Bert Reinow. 38 1. © Sublette 
County Historical Society, Inc.; 
23May69; C21731. 

GREEN SCARP. See 
ELAINE. 

THE GREEN VALLEY, a musical play by 
Dorene Fisher Koehn. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Dorene Fisher Koehn; 22Apr69; 
DU74135. 



GREENWICH VILLAGE, 1910, an opera 
buffa in one act, three scenes, 
words & music by Joyce Barthelson. 
1 V. Based on The gift of the Magi, 
by 0. Henry, pseud, of William 
Sydney Porter. © Joyce Holloway 
Barthelson; 20May69; Dir7'*338. 

GREETINGS, by Charles Hlrsch & 

Brian De Palma. 55 1. A screenplay, 
a West End Films, Inc.; 5Dec68; 
DU73485. 

THE GRIEVOUS WORLD, a medley of acts 
to be performed in or out of sequence 
by Seth Weeks. The reclining chair; 
How to make napalm B; The enemy; 
Mr. John. 1 v. © Seth Weeks; 
20Jun69; DU74592- 
GRIN AND BARE IT I A play in one act 
adapted by Ken McGuire (Kenneth Fred 
McGuire) 51 1. From a play by Tom 
Gushing. NM: revision. © Ken 
McGuire; 6Jun69; DU74498. 

GRISDALE, a comedy in two acts by Ira 
Wallach. 105 1. © Ira Wallach; 
5May69; DU7t228. 

THE GROUPIES, a rock farce by Jonathan 
Kaplan, Danny Opatoshu & Jon Davison. 
94 1. A screenplay. © Jon F. 
Davison & Danny Opatoshu; 12May69; 
DU74590. 
GROWING. 5 1. A film script. 
Appl. author: Producers, Inc. 
© Producers, Inc.; 17Feb69; C21362. 

GROWING PAINS; an original screenplay 
by Lloyd W. Schloegel. 82 1. 
© Lloyd W. Schloegel; 22May69; 
DU74374 . 



THE GYPSIES, by Esther Uhrman. 12 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Esther Uhrman; 
30Apr69; DU7'H90. 



THE GYPSY, by Ghersen Kaufman. 
Monolog. © Ghersen Kaufman; 
26jun69; C21859. 



2 1. 



THE GROWING SEASON; two companion 

plays by Jack N. Crawford. Flowers; 
The weed. 1 v. © Jack N. Crawford; 
12Jun69; DU74536. 

GROWING UP INDIAN; script by Wanda 

Bershen. 25 1. Appl. author: Richard 
W. Bruner. © Richard W. Bruner; 
21May69; C21774 . 

GUERRE ET PAIX AU CAFE SNEFFLE; piece 
en quatre actes de Remo Forlani. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 155 P- (Le 
Manteau d'Arlequin) ® Editions 
Gallimard; 15Dec68; DFO-1659. 

GUESS WHO'S COMING TO ROLL CALL. See 
YOU'RE IN THE ARMY, MR. JONES AND 
SO IS YOUR WIFE. 

THE GUESTS WHO STAYED AT OUR HOUSE, 
by Ellsworth Harold Schave. 6I 1. 
A play in 5 scenes. © Ellsworth 
Harold Schave, Jr.; 7Apr69; DU74012. 

GUGUSSE; comedie en trois actes de 
Marcel Achard. 3 v. © Marcel 
Achard; 26Nov68; DU73199. 

GUGUSSE; comedie en trois actes by 
Marcel Achard, Paris, Table Ronde. 
266 p. © Editions de la Table 
Ronde; 15Jan69; DFO-1667. 

GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY, by Susan J. 
Blockson. 23 1. A play. Based on 
actual record of a trial. © Susan J. 
Blockson; 28Mar69; DU73779. 

GUNPOINT; five variations on a theme 
by Albert Devereaux. Disruption of 
a brown study 8c others. 1 v. 
© Albert Devereaux; 20May69; DU7'+463. 

THE GUY, a three act play by Thomas A. 
Fleming and Hugh Stewart Dinsmore. 
New York, Carlton Press. 63 p. 
(A Geneva book) © Hugh Stewart 
Dinsmore & Thomas A. Fleming; 4Nov68; 
A49211. 



H 



H.I.S. BAG, by Charles P. Sedlta. 

51 1. A play. © Charles P. Sedita; 
13Jan69; DU73258. 

H2OLLYWOOD; drama of the swimming pool 
business by Bob Milton Luippold (Rob- 
ert Milton Luippold) 74 1. 5 scenes. 
Includes music & lyrics to 1 song, 
Appl. states prev. reg. 4Jan68, 
DU71220. NM: additions. © Robert 
Milton Luippold; 26May69; DU74435 . 

HA, HA, HOLLYWOOD; book, lyrics 8c music 
by David Holt & Baker Knight. 166 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Book only. © David 
Jack Holt & Thomas Baker Knight; 
23Jan69, DU73343. 

HACKBERRY TREE. See 
PLAYS: SECOND SERIES. 

HAD THEY BELIEVED, a play by Olivia 
Kelsey. 1 v. 2 acts. © Olivia 
Kelsey; 17Mar69; DU73881. 

HAIR THE JESTER; or. Tales of Hershel 
the jester, A play in 2 acts 
written by Leo Fuchs, pseud, of 
Abraham Leon Springer. 1 v. Includes 
music 8c lyrics to 1 song. © Abraham 
Leon Springer; 27May69; DU74415. 

THE HAIRY FALSETTO, a satirical farce 
comedy by J. I. Rodale. 27 1. NM: 
compilation & editorial revision. 
© Jerome I. Rodale; 17Jan69; DP6905 . 

HALLUCINOGENS . See 
DRUGS OF ABUSE. 

HAMLET DES FAUBOURGS (Hamlet of Stepney 
Green) B^ Bernard Kops; tradult de 
1' Anglais par Jean Frederic Brossard 
et Edith Zetline. [Paris] Gallimard. 
103 p. (Theatre du monde entier) 
3 acts. © Editions Gallimard; 
30Sep68; DPO-1644. 

HAMMOND STREET STATION JONES, a story 
of the Cincinnati policeman by 
William J. Reardon. 28 1. Lecture. 
© William J. Reardon; 13Jan69; 
C21273. 

HANG-UP, a musical, book k lyrics by 
Robert Purdom 8c Les Barkdull. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Les Barkdull & 
J. Robert Purdom; 5Mar69; DU73715. 

HAPPY DEATHDAY; original story and tele- 
play by Arthur G. Baltrushat. 53 1. 
© Arthur G. Baltrushat; 2Jan69; 
DU73207. 

HAPPY EASTER, a teleplay by Paul La 
Forrest, pseud, of E. H. Williams. 
22 1. © Eugene H. Williams; 12May69; 
DU74265. 

THE HAPPY WHORE, by Clara Cedrone & 

Damian Mitchell. Sheet. A monologue. 
© Clara Cedrone 5; Damian Mitchell; 
l7Apr69; C21651. 

HAR-MEGGIDO SLY, a play in one act 
written by Rep Galvin (Matthew R. 
Galvln) (In Janus. Fulton, Mo., 
William Woods & Westminister. 
Spring 1969, p. 65-79) © Matthew R. 
Galvin; 19Mar69; DP6956. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-Jvme 



THE HARANGUES, by Joseph A. Walker. 
1 V. h plays. Contents: Tribal 
harangue one. — Tribal harangue two. — 
Tribal harangue three. — Harangue. 
© Joseph A. Walker; 21Jan69; DU73512. 

THE HARKINS INHERITANCE, a one act 
play by Merritt Abrash. 54 1. 
© Merritt Abrash; 27Mar69; DU75924. 

HARMODIUS AND ARISTOGITON; or. The 
heydrichia. A history in two acts 
& containing the fearful destruction 
of the town of Lidice in Czechoslova- 
kia by Stephen Foy. 95 1- ® Stephen 
Foy; 17Mar69; DU73801. 

THE HARP OF WANTING, a play in three 
acts by Shirley Dunie Goldberg. 
1 V. © Shirley Goldberg; 28Apr69; 
DU74175 . 

HARPER HOUSE, a play in 5 acts by 
Grace Harvester Weyhrauch. 8h 1. 
© Grace Harvester Weyhrauch; 
25Feb69; DU736t8. 

HARPER'S BIZARRE. See 

THE SPECIAL INVESTIGATORS. 

HARRUMPHI A play in one act, four 
scenes by Jardln Pollque, pseud, of 
Elizabeth Jordan & Carol Pollock. 
1 V. With music & lyrics to 3 songs. 
© Elizabeth Jordan & Carol Pollock; 
12May69; DU74356. 

HARRY'S SONG, by Webb Richard Harris. 
165 1. A screenplay. © Jerry 
Kaufmann Productions, Inc.; 20Jun69; 
DUT^ 6l4 . 

THE HARVEST FESTIVAL, a screenplay by 
John Groves. 101 1. © John Groves; 
l6Apr69; DUT4058. 

HAT BAR, a musical comedy by Paula 
Prooel (Paula Procel Lind) l49 1. 
5 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Paula Prooel; 14Apr69; DU739'^2. 

HATE AND/OR LOVE, by John Armstrong, 
pseud, of John F. Armstron, Jr. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © John 
Armstrong; l4Feb69; DU73560. 

THE HAUNTED, by W. T. Losee. 76 1. A 
play in two acts. © W. T. Losee; 
l6jun69; DU74564. 

THE HAUNTED HOUSE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Frank Chavez. 31 1. © Frank G. 
Chavez; 20Jun69; DU74611. 

HAVE YOU FOUND YOURSELF? A Christian 
Science lecture by William Henry 
Alton. 26 1. © William Henry Alton; 
29Jan69; C21302. 

THE HAWK, an improvisational play by 
Murray Mednick and Tony Barsha. 
Photographs by Ralph Gibson, designed 
by Quentin Flore. Indianapolis, 
Bobbs-Merrill. IO8 p. © on text; 
Murray Mednick & Tony Barsha; 27Nov68; 
A44929. 

A HEARING, by Paul Hanklns . 8 1. 
A play in 1 act. © Paula Jane 
Hanklns; 19Mar69; DU73818. 

THE HEART ATTACK OF STANLEY STARK, by 
Abe Einhorn. 49 1. Play. © Abe 
Einhorn; 26Mar69; DU73905. 

HEART OF THE DEEP SOUTH, a play by 
Flora Gamble Seale . 35 1. 4 acts. 
© Flora Gamble Seale; l4Mar69; 
DU73769. 



THE HEART'S THE THING! A play by 
Claire Carroll. 1 v. 3 acts. 
© Claire Carroll; 24jun69; DU74649. 



THE HEATHER FIELD, a play in one act 
by Jon Cloud van Leuven. 29 1. 
© Jon Cloud van Leuven; 6Feb69; 
DU73470. 

HEAVEN AND EARTH, by Marcia Wayne, 
pseud, of Constance Hills. 44 1. 
A play in 9 scenes. © Constance 
Hills; 25Apr69; DU74101. 

HEAVEN, ILLINOIS, a play in one act by 
Stanley J. Buckles. 23 1. © Stanley 
Jackson Buckles; 15May69; DU74294. 

HEDDA GABLER, a play in four acts by 
Henrik Ibsen; translated by Randolph 
Goodman. 13O 1. © Randolph Goodman; 
26May69; DU74438. 

HEIDI, an operetta in three acts; music 
by M. G. Rasey, script & lyrics by 
Val Call. Minneapolis, T. S. Denison. 
90 p. (Denison operettas) Based on 
the book by Johanna Spyri. © T. S. 
Denison & Co., Inc.; llNov68; DP69I6. 

HELL AND HESITATION; or. The false 
Ramirez. Play in one act by 
L. Hernandez. 23 1- 7 scenes. 
© Leopoldo Hernandez; 19May69; 
DU74402. 
HELLO BILL, by Pigmeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 11 1. A script. © Dewey 
Markham; 7Jan69; C21386. 

HELLO SAN FRANCISCO, an original musi- 
cal comedy by Margarita Iride 
Aparicio. 71 1. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Margarita Iride 
Aparicio; 10Jan69; DU73189. 

HELLO UP THERE; final shooting script 
by Ben T. Logan & Donald Hughes. 
Rev. script draft. 18 1. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. author: Trafco, 
employer for hire. © Trafco a.a.d.o. 
Television, Radio & Film Communica- 
tion Division of the United Methodist 
Church; 24Feb69; DU73553. 



HELOISE AND ABELARD. 
SONG OF THE SEINE. 



See 



HELP STAMP OUT PURITANS, a musical 
comedy; book & lyrics by Walter S. 
Beaver. 1 v. 15 scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. ©Walter S. Beaver; 
12Feb69; DU734B8. 

HEMATOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES, BLOOD GROUP- 
ING. 4 1. A filmstrip script. 
Appl. author: General Learning Corp. 
© General Learning Corp.; 22Apr69; 
C21653. 

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART I, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by James L. 
Sanderson. Rev. New York, Norton. 
413 p. (Norton critical editions) 
5 acts. © W. W. Norton & Co., Inc.; 
l8Feb69; A49403. 

HER ADORABLE IMP, a comedy in three 
acts by Lawrence Cortesi. Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa, Art Craft Play Co. 
100 p. © Art Craft Play Co.; 
2Jan69; DP6922. 

HER IMAGINARY MAN, an irreverent comedy 
by Elaine Slebert. 129 1. 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. lFeb68, DU70958. NM: revi- 
sions & addition of 3d act. © Elaine 
May Slebert; 7Jan69; DU73228. 

HER OWN PARADISE; or. Stone into 
floures. A comedy in 3 acts by 
A. P. Reynolds. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l8Jun68, DU72002. 
NM: additions. © Alice P. Reynolds; 
24Jan69; DU73288. 

HERCULES AND THE STABLES OF AUGEIAS, 
a radio play by Friedrich DUrrenmatt, 
translated to English by Edward Cros- 
by. 36 1. ® Edward Crosby; 21Janb9; 
DU73247. 



HERE LIES JEREMY TROY, a comedy in 
three acts by Jack Sharkey. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 13Sep65, 
DU57998. NM: revision & additions. 
© Jack Sharkey; l6May69; DU74297. 

THE HERETIC, by C. M. Welsh. 52 1. 
A play in 4 acts. ©CM. Welsh; 
6Mar69; DU73731. 

HERITAGE VISITED. See 
REFLECTIONS . 

THE HERO; original story & screenplay 
by James C. Nance. 30 1. 9 James 
C. Nance; l6May69; BU74300. 

THE HERO. See 

THE INVESTIGATORS. 

HEROD, DO YOUR WORST, a Nativity opera 
libretto by John Fuller, music by 
Bryan Kelly. London, Novello & Co. 
2 V. © Novello & Co., Ltd.; 
10ct68; DFO-1958. 

HEWBIRD, a political farce by Frank 
Pierce. 1 v. 5 acts. Appl. states 
prev. pub. 4Nov68. NM: addition & 
revision. © Frank L. Pierce, Jr.; 
2Dec68; DU73413. 

HEY, RINGLING; a musical play, book & 
lyrics by David Lewis Hammarstrom, 
music by Michael A. Kohl. 1 v. 
2 acts. © David Lewis Hammarstrom 
& Michael A. Kohl; 17Peb69; DU73581. 

HEYDRICHIA. See 

HARMODIUS AND ARISTOGITON. 

HI, AMIGOS, an operetta for children 
in eight scenes; lyrics by Edith 
Powell, music by Lois Tomlinson. 
Minneapolis, T. S. Denison. 32 p. 
(Denison operettas) © T. S. Denison 
& Co., Inc.; IIN0V68; DP6914. 

HIGH DIDDLE DIDDLE, by Myrtle S. Nord. 
125 1. A play in 3 acts. © Myrtle 
S. Nord; 7Mar69; DU73738. 

HIGH DIDDLE DIDDLE, by Myrtle S. Nord. 
126 1. A play in 3 acts. © Myrtle 
S, Nord (Mrs. Warren E. Nord); 
3Mar69; DU73686. 

A HIGH STRUCTURE FALLS FARTHER, by 
Benjamin Bradford. Ill 1. A play 
in two acts. © Benjamin Bradford; 
27Jun69; DU74662. 

THE HIRSUTE PURSUIT, a satire by Car- 
lisle Miller. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© Carlisle Miller; 9Jun69i DU74506. 

HIS MOTHER'S VOICE. See 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 
AN HISTORICAL MOMENT, a satiric play 
in one act by Lee De Blanc. 69 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as This is 
what happened to Adolph Hitler, 
21Nov66, 67301. NM: revision. 
© Lee De Blanc; 28May69; DU74401. 

THE HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA. 3 V. 3 
recording scripts. Contents: Indians 
to ranchers. --Golden ore to golden 
grain. --Farms to factories. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. © Jam 
Handy Organization; 12May69; C21710. 

HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION, BEGINNINGS TO 
1715; scripts for recorded lecture 
course by Judah Adelson. 1 v. 
Appl. authors: Institute for Univer- 
sity Studies, Inc. & Judah Adelson. 
© Institute for University Studies, 
Inc.; 28Mar69; C 21571. 

THE HISTORY OF CORE, a play in two acts 
bv Bennle Holmes. 30 1. © Bennle 
Holmes; 30Jan69; DU73392. 

THE HISTORY OF ROCK AND ROLL. 1 v. 
H recording scripts. Appl. author: 
RKO General, Inc. © RKO General, 
Inc.; 50Jan69; C21290. 



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HOCHZEITSNACHT IM PAEADIES; Operette, 
in 6 Bildern von Heinz Hentschke, 
Lledertexte von Gunther Schwenn, 
Musik von Prledrich Schroder. 
Berlin, P. B. Erben. 83 p. Libretto. 
© Felix Bloch Erben (in notice: 
Peter Schaef f ers Muslkverlag) ; 
9Maylt2; DFI961. 

THE HOLD-UP, a play In one act by 
Jean Nuchtern. 32 1, ® Jean 
Nuchtern; lOMarSg; DU737l^4 . 

HOLLOW IS THE BEAT OP THE MEMORY DRUM. 
See 
A MOMENT OF TRUTH. 

HOME IS SOMEPLACE AWAY FROM HERE, a 
play in one act by P. Spencer 
Wachtel. 27 1. © P. Spencer 
Wachtel; l6Apr69j DU74085. 

HOME TO OAK CREEK, an episode for Out- 
door adventures with Uncle Will by 
Chet Hagan. 28 1. A screenplay in 
3 acts. © Colin Group, Inc.: 
l4Feb69; DU73567. 

THE HOMECOMING, by Harold Pinter. 

London, Methuen & Co. 83 p. 2 acts. 
© H. Pinter, Ltd.; 10Jun65 ; DFI969. 

HONEY; or, Bobby and Honey. By Norman 
Thaddeus Vane. 95 1. A screenplay. 
© Norman Thaddeus Vane; l4Mav6g: 
DU74434. ' 

THE HONORABLE YOUNG MAN, by Betty 
Burns. II6 1. A play in 2 acts. 
® Betty Irene Burns; 2Apr69; 
DU73971 . 

HOORAH, A NEW SHOPPING CENTER, a 
monologue by P. G. Keena. 6 1. 
© Paul G. Keena; 20Peb69; C21401. 

HOROSCOPE, an original musical comedy, 
book & lyrics by E. Lazarus Slegel. 
53 1. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. Jan68, 
DU70826. NM: additions. © E. Laza- 
rus Slegel; 29Jan69; DU73371. 

THE HORROR SHOW, by Barry Berg. 108 1. 
A play. © Barry Berg; 5Feb69; 
DU73436. 

THE HOS-TILE MINDE AT WORKE, an ex- 
tended monolog production by E. H. 
Harte, pseud, of Edward H. Hart. 
1 v. 29 scripts. © Edward H. Hart; 
5May69; 021694. 

HOT PEANUTS, by Plgmeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 9 1. A script. © Dewey 
Markham; lMay69; C21721. 

HOUSE OF CARDS, by Edward Wellen. 
58 1. A play In 2 acts. © Edward 
Wellen; 24Mar69; DU73887. 

HOUSE OF DEATH, by Judson Fountain. 
91. A radio drama. © Judson 
Fountain; llApr69; DU74052. 

THE HOUSE OP PAME, by James E. Wade. 
15 1. A screenplay. © James E. 
Wade; I4jan69; DU73409. 

HOUSE OF FLOWERS, by Truman Capote & 
Harold Arlen. New York, Random 
House. 110 p. 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. t> Truman Capote & 
Harold Arlen; 19Sep68; DP6918. 

THE HOUSE OF HATRED, a play In two acts 

by David J. Dawson. 1 v. © David J. 

Dawson; 13May69; DU74275. 
THE HOUSE OP LIFE, a play on the Rosset- 

tis by True Boardman. 1 v. 3 acts. 

© True Boardman; 9Jun69; DU74508. 

HOW BIG SHOULD A MAP BE? 7 1. A re- 
cording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; C21535- 



HOtf CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CAN HELP YOU 
See 

COMMENT LA SCIENCE CHRETIENME PEUT 
VOUS AIDER. 

HOW DO YOU KNOW. 5 v. 5 recording 
scripts. Contents: Light and dark. — 
Sound and silence. — Scent and smell. -- 
Sweet and sour. — Pain and pressure. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
® Jam Handy Organization; 12May69; 
C21720. 

HOW MUCH CHANGE? 6 1. A script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; C21469. 

HOW NOW, DOW JONES; book by Max 
Shulman, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, 
music by Elmer Bernstein. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 21Jun68, EP247890. NM: addi- 
tion. © Max Shulman & Carolyn 
Leigh; 12Mar69; DU73788. 



HOW SWEET IT IS. 
SWEETS. 



See 



HOW TO ACHIEVE WHAT YOU DESIRE, by 
Gene Emmet Clark. 8 1. A lecture. 
© Gene Emmet Clark; 7Mar69; C21450. 

HOW TO ASK A QUESTION. 6 1. A script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; C21475. 

HOW TO BE AN ADVERTISING GENIUS WITH 
NO BRAINS AT ALL, by Dick W. Zylstra. 
1 V. A play In two'acts. © Dick W. 
Zylstra; 23Jun69; DU74631. 

HOW TO FIND A BOOK IN A LIBRARY. 4 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; C21540. 

HOW TO MAKE A DUMB BLONDE, a new 
musical; music & lyrics by James 
Anderson; book by Marvin Johnson. 
1 V. 14 scenes. © Marvin Curtlss 
Johnson & James Franklin Anderson; 
23Jun69; DU74619. 

HOW TO MAKE IT WORK, by Irvin D. 

Kretzer. 25 1. ® Irvin D. Kretzer; 
3Peb69; C21415. 

HOW TO MAKE NAPALM B. See 
THE GRIEVOUS WORLD. 

HOW TO PLAN FILMSTRIP TAPE MULTI-MEDIA 
LESSONS, by Mt. San Jacinto College. 
15 1. A script. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College District; 24jan69; C21398. 

HOW TO PLAY BY EAR, by John Lincoln 
Collins. 58 1. © John Lincoln 
Collins; 6jan69; C21268. 

HOW TO WRITE. Tape no.l-l6. I6 v. 
16 recording scripts. Appl. author: 
Education Unlimited Corp. © Educa- 
tion Unlimited Corp.; 26May69; 
C21770. 

HOW WE CAN HELP OTHERS. See 
WTE WIR ANDEREN HELFEN KONWEN. 



HOWARD IN PEEKSKILL, a new screenplay 
by William M. Fertik. 81 1. 
© William M. Fertik; 13Jun69; 
DU74641. 

HUDSON RIVER STEAMBOAT; narration by 
Donald C. Ringwald & Peter Kilham. 
3 1. Recording script. © Droll 
Yankees, Inc.; 2May69; C21798. 

THE HUFF AND THE PUFF, a one act play 
by Norman Wexler. 51 1- ® Norman 
Wexler; 19May69; DU74363. 



HUM A FEW BARS AND WE'LL FAKE IT, a 
new play by William Lanteau, pseud, 
of William A. Lanctot. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© William Lanteau; 12Jun69; DU74558. 

HUMAN COMEDY. See 
ITHACA. 

THE HUMAN STRUGGLE, an introd. to -he 
problems of leadership by National 
Leadership Methods, Inc. 1 v 

?9Ap^'9Tc217l5!''''^ "^*'^°^^' ^-- 

THE HUMANIST TRANSLATORS; commentary by 
l^ Trachsel. After Sc complementa- 
ry to the work Prom Colomban to the 
Protestants. 21 1. (pun no. 3) 
Slide script. Appl. states book. 
From Colomban to the Protestants prev 
reg. l6Aug49, APO-I5. NM: compila- ' 
tion. © Emile Trachsel; 28jan69; 

LES HUMANISTES TRADICTEURS; commentalre 
par Emlle Trachsel. D'apres et en 
complement de I'ouvrage De Colomban 
aux Gueux, d' Emlle Trachsel, 22 1 
(Film fixe no 3) Slide script. Appl. 
states book, De Colomban aux Gueux 
prev. reg. l6Aug49, AFO-I5. NM: com- 
pilation. © Emile Trachsel; 9Deo68; 
C21292. ' 

HUMPTY DUMPTY HAD A GREAT PALL, by Joan 
A. Jamison. 94 1. A play In 2 acts. 
© Joan A. Jamison; 6jan69; DU73219. 

HURLYBURLY. See 
TWO MIME PLAYS. 

HVA KAN MAN STOLE pS? (What can you 
depend on? ) By Glenn L. Morning; 
BJarne V. B^ckmann, translator. 
19 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
22Mar67, C19321. © Glenn L. Morning; 
28jan69; C21310. 

THE HYSTERICAL ROPE, an original story 
written and adapted for television by 
J. C. Thomas. 30 1. A screenplay. 
© Joseph C. Thomas; 20Mar69; DU73857. 



I 



I AM THE LANDLORD, a screenplay by 
Joel M. Reed. I85 1. © Joel M. 
Reed; 24Peb69; DU73634. 

I COUGHED ON A SNOWPLAKE, by Robert M. 
Hammond. 1 v. A play. © Robert M. 
Hammond; 28Apr69; DU74177. 

I DOi I do; A musical about marriage, 
book & lyrics by Tom Jones, music by 
Harvey Schmidt. 1 v. 2 acts. Based 
on The Pourposter, by Jan de Hartog. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. with music in class E. 
t> Tom Jones & Harvey Schmidt; 
10Feb69; DU73444 . 

I FIND NO FAULT IN HIM, an EaSter play 
In one act by Lois Peterson Keller. 
Nashville, Abingdon Press. 15 p. 
© Abingdon Press; 31Dec68; DP6923. 

I HAD A GIRLFRIEND, by Paul Lichtman & 
Pete Lane. 3 1. A script. 
® Pete Lane & Paul Lichtman; 
17Apr69; C21669. 
I HAD A GOD. See 

SAINT VERNON OP THE CREED OF AMERICAN- 
ISM. 

I MARRY, MY HUSBAND, a comedy In 
three acts by Gene J. Berkey. 
52 1. © Gene Jeno Berkey; l4Jan69; 
DU73272. 

I MUST BE HUMAN BECAUSE I WANT A LITTLE 
DOG, by Wendell Metzger. I09 1. 
A play. © Wendell Metzger; 26Feb69; 
DU7366I. 



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Jan-June 



I SAY TO YOU, a monologue by Walter W. 
Belson. 19 1. © Walter W. Belson; 
2May69; C21692. 

I SCREAM, YOU SCREAM, WE ALL SCREAM, 

a comedy by Rock Anthony, pseud, of 

Rocco Logiudice. 1 v. 5 acts. 

© Rock Anthony; 3Jun69; DU7't552. 
I WAS THERE, by Herbert R. Lockett. 

11 1. A play. © H. R. Lockett; 

21May69; DU7't465. 
ICE, a play in one act by Geraldine 

Krug. 38 1. © Geraldine Krug; 

llJun69; DU7t522. 

ICH BRAUCHE DICH; Komodie in 3 Akten 
von Hans Schweikart. Berlin, 
F. B. Erben. 71 p. © Felix Bloch 
Erben (in notice: Die DrehbUhne); 
17Jan42; DF1959- 

ICH LIEBE DIE OPER, ein burgerliches 
Leben in 2 Akten nebst 2 Ouverturen 
und 1 Tableau von Hans Georg Behr. 
[Austria] Universal Edition. I58 p. 
© Universal Edition, A.G. ; 19Mar69; 
DFO-1682. 

ICHABOD, a children's musical play, 
book & lyrics by Kay Twomey, music 
by Bob Harris. J^t 1. 7 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Boka Produc- 
tions, Ltd.; 210ct68; DU75652. 

IDEAL HUSBAND; television's marriage 
game by John A. Mercurio, 6 1. 
Script. © John A. Mercuric; 23May69; 
C21767 . 

THE IDEALIST, a film by R. H. Feinberg. 
74 1. A screenplay. © Robert Fein- 
berg; 22Apr69; DU74136. 

IDEALIST. See 
SHELLEY. 

THE IDENTITY ELEMENTS. 6 1. A script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; 
C21463 . 

IF, by Clara Cedrone & Damian Mitchell. 
Sheet. © Clara Cedrone & Damian 
Mitchell; 17Apr69; C2165O. 



IF BONEY TAKES OVER THE WORLD. 
JONATHAN VENGEANCE. 



See 



IF I HAD MY WHOLE LIFE TO LIVE OVER 
AGAIN, I WOULD GIVE THE PART TO AN 
UNDERSTUDY, by Daniel Tobias Boylan. 
86 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
8Mar67, DU68053. NM: editorial 
revision & addition. © Daniel 
Tobias Boylan; 13Jan69; DU73254; 

IF LOST PLEASE RETURN TO, a travelog by 
Paul E. Richards. 10 1. Play. 
© Hiken-Richards, Inc.; 3Apr69; 
DU73983 . 

IF WE DO EVERYTHING THE PUBLIC WANTS, 
WE WILL LAND IN A BORDELLO, a comedy 
in two acts by Eugene Doron, pseud, 
of Eugen Relchbach. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as The rosebush in 
the desert, 1967, DU69489. NM: addi- 
tions S: revisions. ® Eugen Reich- 
bach; 25Apr69; DU7'H70. 
IP WE DO EVERYTHING THE PUBLIC WANTS 
WE WILL LAND IN A BORDELLO. See 
THE ROSEBUSH IN THE DESERT. 

THE ILLUSIONIST; or. Much ado about 
an onion. Original comedy for 
children in one act by H. Walter 
Wenkaert. U 1. © Hans Walter 
Wenkacrt; 6Mar69; DU7362't. 

I'M GEORGE, by Natalie Lubin. 83 1. 
A play in 3 acts. ® Natalie Lubln; 
8May69; DUTIasS. 



I'M NOT RESISTING ARREST, a play by 
Ethel Frank (Ethel Prank Rouse) 
1 V. 2 acts. © Ethel Frank Rouse; 
21May69; DU74339. 

I'M SURPRISED IT LASTED AS LONG AS IT 
DID, by Andrew Glaze. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Andrew Glaze; 22Apr69; 
DU74138. 

IMAGINATION AND CREATIVITY, by Capital 
Enterprises. 16 1. A recording 
script. © Capital Enterprises, Inc.; 
19May69; 02174 9. 

IMMORTAL MORTAL, by Joan Prideaux. 
1 V. A play in four acts. Based on 
the book Beethoven and his nephew 
(a psychoanalitical study) by Dr. 
Editha and Dr. Richard Sterba. 
© Joan Prideaux; 19Jun69; DU74593. 

IMMORTALITY. See 

THE MYSTERY OF THE DISAPPEARING 
THEATER. 

IMOGENE'S FALL FROM GRACE, by Allan C. 
Latson. 94 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Allan C. Latson; llFeb69; DU73540. 

THE IMPERISHABLE THRUST, a comedy in 
two acts by Edward Sherby. 1 v. 
© Edward Sherby; 4Mar69; DU73710. 

THE IMPROBABLE MISSION, by Franklin B. 
Ashley. 22 1. A play in 1 act. 
© Franklin B. Ashley; 24Feb69; 
DU73630. 

THE IN-LAWS, a play in one act by 
Robert Somerfeld. 14 1. © Robert 
Somerfeld; 23Apr69; DU74147. 

IN LOVE AND WAR, a 3 act play by 
Michael Wilkes. 1 v. © Michael 
Wilkes; 3Jan69; DU73215. 

IN MID-AIR; comedy in three acts & 

eight scenes by Judltte Sarkany. 

1 V. © Judltte Sarkany; 3Jun69; 

DU74456. 
IN OR OUT, by William Lederer. 107 1. 

A play. © William L. Lederer; 

2Dec68; DU73528. 

IN PHILADELPHIA YOU CAN ONLY TRUST THE 
POLAR BEAR, a musical play in three 
acts by William A. Hamann III. 
1 V. © William A. Hamann III; 
4Mar69; DU73713. 

IN THE BEGINNING, I CREATED MANY GOOD 
THINGS, by Jon Ostrov. 5 1. Record- 
ing script. © Jon William Ostrov; 
7Mar69; C21510. 

IN THE BEGINNING THERE WAS CHAOS See 
JAN LEIGHTON, AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. 

IN THE BURNING DARKNESS; drama in 
three acts by Antonio Buero Vallej'o, 
English translation by Marion Holt. 
86 1. Appl. states prev. pub. as 
En la ardlente oscuridad, 1951. 
© Mr. Marion P. Holt; 4Feb69; 
DU73402. 



IN THE COUNTRY, a play In two acts by 
Jane C. Stanton. 61 1. © Jane C. 
Stanton; 2'tApr69; DU74575. 

IN THE PROPHETS' YOKE (The legend of 
St. Stephen) A play by Alois Bauman 
(Joseph A. Bauman) 11^* 1. 3 acts. 
© Joseph A. Bauman; 9May69; DU7t260. 

INADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE, a play by John 
Osborne. London, Faber & Faber. 
115 p 2 acts. © John Osborne Pro- 
ductions, Ltd.; llMar65; DF1974 . 

THE INCUBATION, CARE AND FEEDING OF 
THE PRINCIPAL; speech by Henry 
Lavln. 81. ® Henry Lavln; 
l4May69; C21764. 

INDIANS TO RANCHERS. See 
THE HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA. 



INDIRECT MEASUREMENT, NO. 2. 5 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; llApr69; 021628. 

INDIRECT MEASUREMENT, NO. 3. 6 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; C21551- 

INDIRECT MEASUREMENT: SQUARES, SQUARE 
ROOTS. 61. A recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; lApr69; C21589. 

INDIRECT MEASUREMENT; SQUARES, SQUARE 
ROOTS. 6 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; 4Apr69; C2l6l4. 



INDUSTRIES IN CALIFORNIA. 
CALIFORNIA TODAY. 



See 



THE INFANCY OF THE TELEPHONE, by Allan 
Knee. 22 1. A play. Inspired by 
Mark Twain's The loves of Alonzo 
Fitz Clarence and Rosannah Ethelton. 
© Allan Knee; 5Jun69; DU74579- 

L'INFRANCHISSABLE BARRIER; scenario 
et dialogues de Jacques Schopfer. 
43 1. A screenplay. © Jacques 
Schopfer; 20Dec68; DU73195. 

THE INN; motion picture shooting 
script by Nick Moraitis (Nicoclis 
Moraltls) 62 1. © Nicoclis Moraitis; 
25Apr69; DU74166. 

INNER RIOT, a play by Fred Carpenter; 
music by Nancy DeLeonibus . 1 v. 
2 acts. Appl. states song entitled 
Pleasantest time of the year prev. 
reg. 1964. © Fred Carpenter & Nancy 
DeLeonibus; 20Mar69; DU73764 . 

INOCULATION AND CULTURE. 3 1. A film- 
strip script. Appl. author: General 
Learning Corp. © General Learning 
Corp.; 22Apr69; C21659. 

INSIDE BLACK HOUSTON, a proposed tele- 
vision documentary by David Leon 
Everett. 35 1. © David Leon 
Everett; 20Jun69; C 21843 . 

INSTANT PSYCHOLOGY, by Esther Uhrman. 
10 1. A play in 3 acts. ® Esther 
Uhrman; 29Apr69; DU74186. 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR A SAND CASTLE, a play 
by Benjamin Bradford. 129 !• 
3 acts. © Benjamin Bradford; 15Apr69; 
DU74068. 

INTEGRALE TRILOGIE; Dramen by Kurt 

Becsi. Wien, Bergland Verlag. 293 p. 
Contents: Epanlsches Dreleck.--Das 
verlorene Reich der Sterne. — Die 
Nacht vor Sarajewo. t> Bergland 
Verlag; 19Dec68; DFO-I656. 

INTERMEDIATE MATH CONCEPTS. 5 v 
Recording scripts. Appl. author: 
Education Unlimited Corp. ® Educa- 
tion Unlimited Corp.; 20Mar69; 
C2156I 

THE INTERICSSION, a play in one act by 
Robert Somerfeld. 16 1. ® Robert 
Somerfeld; l6jun69; DU74557. 

INTERRUPTED, a drama in three acts by 
Chas. A. Pulaski. 1 v. © Charles 
A. Pulaski; 24Feb69; DU73631. 
THE INTERRUPTED, by Joan Hubbard. 25 1. 
A play in 3 acts. ® Joan Hubbard; 
6Jan69! DU73217. 



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23 



INTIL THE LAND, by William Shepard. 
47 1. A play in W scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. © William Thomas 
Shepard; 10Feb69; BVJ^^hJ,. 

INTO EACH LIFE, A CONSCIENCE, a three 
act comedy of fantasy & mirth by 
Bob Haynos (Robert A. Haynos) 1 v. 
© Robert Alex Haynos; 7May69; 
DU74208. 

INTRAVENOUS THERAPY WITH THE AROUND 
NEEDLE CATHETER. 13 1. A film 
script. Appl. author: Effective 
Management, Inc. © Effective 
Management, Inc.; 30Apr69; C 217 27. 

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS. 5 1. A re- 
cording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; 0215^2. 

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS. 5 1. A 
recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; llApr69; CSlSjO. 

INTRODUCTION TO FORTRAN >i. See 
FORTRAN CCMPUTER PROGRAMMING 
LANGUAGE. 

INTRODUCTION TO MATTHEW ARNOLD'S 

SWEETNESS AND LIGHT, by Capital En- 
terprises. 31. A recording 
script. ® Capital Enterprises, Inc.; 
19May69; C21745. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO PROPORTIONS. 7 1. 
A script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
llMar69; C21484. 

INTRODUCTION TO RALPH WALDO EMERSON'S 
SELF-RELIANCE, by Capital Enter- 
prises. 2 1. A recording script. 
© Capital Enterprises, Inc.; 
19May69; C21750. 

INTRODUCTION TO SIGNAL MATH NO.l. 
31. A script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co. © Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co.; llMar69; C21486. 

INTRODUCTION TO SIGNAL MATH NO. 2. 
31. A script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; llMar69; C21476. 

INTRODUCTION TO SYLLABLES. 4 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; C21544 . 

INTRODUCTION TO THE AMERICAN ACADEMY 
OF HUMANISTIC STUDIES, by Capital 
Enterprises. 6 1. A recording 
script. © Capital Enterprises, 
Inc.; 19May69; 0217^3. 

INTRODUCTION TO THE THERMOMETER, 
10° GRADATIONS. 4 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
lApr69; 021584. 

AN INTRODUCTORY LECTURE ON COMMUNICA- 
TION, by Joseph Gordon Buller. 5 1. 
Appl. states p. 2 prev. reg. in Com- 
munication, some abstract and prac- 
tical principles, 210ct68; C21005 . 
NM: additions. © Joseph Gordon 
Buller; 29Jan69; C21287. 

THE INVESTIGATORS (Radio program) 
Scripts In this series are by Dean 
Poucher. © Dean J. Poucher. 
Case no. 

6. Deep six. © 24Feb69; DU73877. 

7. Rumble. © 24Peb69; DU73873. 

8. The hero. © 24Feb69; DU73878. 



12. The long haul. © 24Feb69; 
DU7387I. 

15. Monster in Cramer Swamp. 
® 24Feb69; DU73880. 

16. Jambalaya Joe. © 24Peb69; 
DU7387O . 

17. Goodby Dolly. ® 24Peb69; 
DU73879. 

39. The body in 404. © 24Feb69: 
DU73875 . 

41. The riot act. © 24Feb69: 
DU73876. 

42. Chain-gang chump. 24Feb69; 
DU73874 . 

50. The witch's cave. © 24Feb69: 
DU73869. 

THE INVESTIGATORS (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Mackle 
Quave. © Mackle Quave. 
Case no. 

3. Caveat emptor. ® 24Feb69; 
DU73872. 

INVITATION TO EXERCISE, FOR THE YOUNG 
AT HEART, by Eva Desca Garnet (Evelyn 
Dlugatch Garnet) 10 1. Recording 
script. © Eva Desca Garnet; 17Feb69; 
C21381. 

IS IT CHRISTMAS ALREADY? By Noel 
Hamilton a.k.a Noel H. Bustard. 
34 1. A musical screenplay. 
Book & lyrics only. © Noel Bustard; 
21Jan69; DU73277 . 

IS THAT A WAY TO DRESS, by Harris 

Freedman. 1 v. A screenplay. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17Jun68, DU71735 ■ 
NM: additions & revisions. ® Harris 
Freedman; 30Apr69; DU74189. 

ISAIAH IN THE NEW WORLD, by Art Dodds 
(Arthur E. Dodds) 144 1. A play in 
12 scenes. ® Arthur E. Dodds; 
21May69; DU74371. 



ISLAND PARADISE; original story and 
screenplay by Janice Callwood. 30 1. 
© Janice Callwood; 21Jan69; DU73518. 

ISOLATION CELL 7, by Tom Soyster 
(Thomas W. Soyster) 9 p. A play. 
© Tom Soyster; 5Mar69; DU73714 . 

ISOLATION OF PURE CULTURES. 6 1. 
A filmstrip script. Appl. author: 
General Learning Corp. © General 
Learning Corp.; 22Apr69; C2l66o. 

ISSAC AND SIMEON, by Walter Webb. 8 1. 
A play. © Walter Webb; 17Feb69; 
DU73542. 

IT ISN'T ENOUGH. See 
THE FROG PRINCE. 

IT PAYS TO KNOW GOD, a Christian Sci- 
ence lecture by Arnold H. Exo. 28 1 
© Arnold H. Exo; 5Feb69; C21304, 

ITCH, a play in one act by Jeffrey 
Levy. 13 1. © Jeffrey Levy; 
2May69; DU74212. 

ITHACA, a new musical play; book by 
Steve Crowley & Pierce Davis; lyrics 
by Steve Crowley; music by Melinda 
Mohn. From the book The human 
comedy, by William Saroyan. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. ® Steve 
Crowley & Pierce Davis; l4Mar69; 
DU73701 . 

IT'S A FAMILY AFFAIR, WE'LL SETTLE IT 
OURSELVES. See 
FIVE PLAYS OF ALEXANDER OSTROVSKY. 

IT'S ALL IN THE FAMILY, by Wyn Hope & 
Scott Seely. 16 1. A screenplay. 
© Wyn Hope & Scott Seely; 9Jun69; 
DU7458I. 



IT'S SOMEBODY'S BIRTHDAY TODAY, by 
Noel Hamilton. 19 1. (Poppet 
puppets) A teleplay. © Noel 
Hamilton a.k.a. Noel Bustard: 
27Feb69; DU73669. 

IT'S THE QUALITY THAT COUNTS; written 
by Stephany Joanne Perotto. 44 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Stephany Joanne 
Perotto; 5May69; DU74226. 
IT'S TRUE, IT'S TRUE, by Bill Cosby 
(William H. Cosby, Jr.) 1 v. 
Recording script. ® Manger Music; 
10Feb69; C21340. 



J 



J. P. GREENWAY. 2 1. Appl. author: 
Renn Enterprises. © Renn Enter- 
prises, Ltd.; 12Jun69; C21820. 

JA, WHAT A GORGEOUS COUNTRY, by Joseph 
Patrick, pseud, of Joseph P. Lamb. 
118 1. A play in 3 acts. © Joseph 
P. Lamb; 14May69; DU74281. 

JACK, a film by Mark St. George, pseud, 
of Christopher N. Saparilas . 14 1. 
Includes lyrics to 1 song. © Mark 
St. George; 19May69; DU74361. 

JACK AND JILL; dramatized by Lucile 
Brown from a story by Louisa May 
Alcott. 40 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
® Lucile Brown; 24Mar69; DUT3885. 

JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, BIRTHDAY 
PRESENT. Sheet. Appl. author: Brad- 
lees, Inc. ® Brad lees. Inc.; 
27Nov68; C21366. 

JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, MOVIE 
STARS. Sheet. Appl. author: Brad- 
lees. Inc. © Bradlees, Inc.; 
27Nov68; 021369. 

JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, PAINTER. 
Sheet. Appl. author: Bradlees i^ 
©Bradlees, inc.; 27Nov68; cll371? 

^''c0V^"^S^°J° COMMERCIALS, SILICONE 
?:!r--r ^^^^*- *PPl- author: Brad- 
lees, inc. © Bradlees, inc ■ 
27Nov68; C21368. ' ' 

JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, SMARTY 
PANTS. Sheet. Appl. author: 
Bradlees, Inc. ©Bradlees, Inc.; 
27Nov68; C21370. 

JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, STOCKINGS. 
Sheet Appl. author: Bradlees, Inc. 
©Bradlees, inc.; 27Nov68; C21367V 

JACK- ON- A- STRING, a bawdy musical tale; 
book by Allan Crulckshank, music & 
lyrics by Morton Banks. 2 v. 2 acts. 
Suggested by the ballad opera Polly, 
by John Gay. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Polly wants a pirate, 8Feb67, 
DU68368. NM: additions. © Morton 
Banks & Allan Crulckshank; llMar69; 
DU73776 . 

JAILOR'S WIFE. See 

THE STUDENT AND THE SERVANT GIRL. 

JAISY; screenplay by Gerald A. 

Browne. l87 1. © Gerald A. Browne; 
10Mar69; DU73747. 
JAMBALAYA JOE. See 
THE INVESTIGATORS. 

JAN LEIGHTON, AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY; or. 
In the beginning there was chaos. 
By Mr. Jan Leighton. 4 1. A mono- 
logue. Appl. tl.: Better Leighton 
never. © Mr. Jan Leighton; 
21Apr69; C21666. 

JANET, by Max G. Weine. 65 1. 

A screenplay. © Max G. Weine; 

19May69; DU74347. 
JASON, by Loren D. Reyher. 115 1- 

A play in 3 acts. ® Loren D. Reyher; 

12May69; DU74271. 



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JATAKA, a new musical; book by Carol 
Rader, music by Catherine Ellis, 
lyrics by Catherine Ellis & Carol 
Rader. 1 v. 2 acts. © Catherine 
J. Ellis & Carol E. Rader; 27Feb59; 
DU738iU(.. 

JAW- JACKING 'BOUT A MISSION, by 

Clarence Young III. 55 1. A play. 
© Clarence Young III; 24Apr69; 
DU7tl63. 

JEANNE & CATHY, by Max G. Weine. 
95 1. A screenplay. © Max G. 
Weine; 3Jun69; DU74'*58. 

THE JELLYBEAN FACTORY, a play in three 
acts by Bernard Myers. 106 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 7Nov55 , 41088. NM: 
revisions. © Bernard Myers; 12May69; 
DUT't268. 

JERICHO, a musical play in three acts; 
book & lyrics by Jean Loggie; music 
by M. I. Martinez. 1 v. Book & 
lyrics only. © Jean Loggie; 5May69; 
DUTtjSt. 

JESSICA, a comedy in three acts by 
B. S. Bercovici. 1 v. © Bernard S. 
Bercovicl & Sidney W. Bercovici; 
15Mar69; DU73765. 

THE JESUS HAPPENING, by M. Koge . 77 1. 
A play in k scenes. © Mary Koge; ., 
30Apr69; DU7tl92. 

JIM BLACKFEATHERS, A STORY (ALL MIXED 
UP), A STORY (ALL MIXED UP), A 
STORY (ALL MIXED UP), by Jonathan B. 
Weld. 12 1. A screenplay. 
© Jonathan B. Weld; 20Jun69; DU74610. 

JIMBO, an original screenplay by 
Laura Koepke. 215 1. © Laura 
Koepke; 2Jan69; DU73't01. 

JIMMY AND SUSIE AT THE HOSPITAL. 24 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Media Medica, Inc., employer for 
hire. © Media Medica, Inc.; 24Feb69; 
C21407 . 

JINGLE ALL THE WAY, a comedy by Jerry 
Devine (Gerard Devine) 1 v. 
3 acts. © Jerry Devine; 28jan69; 
DU73370. 

JOE BATTEN ON MANAGEMENT. Executape 
Systems. Program 1-5 . 1 v. 
Recording scripts. Appl. author: 
Joe Batten. © Executape Systems, 
Inc.; 8May69; C21783. 

JOPROI. See 

OBnm^ES COMPLETES. 

JOHANN AND CHRISTEL, by Kathryn 
Murphey. 5 1. A play. © Kathryn 
Elizabeth Murphey; 19Feb69; DU73608. 

JOHN BROWN'S RAID ON HARPER'S FERRY. 
5 1. (3M IM/press vignette) Appl. 
authors: Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co. & Cultural History 
Research, Inc. ® Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 24Feb69; C21412. 

JOHIJ DONNE, PASSIONATE PILGRIM, a play 
in three acts by Nan Osmond Grass. 
54 1. e Nan Osmond Grass; 7Apr69; 
DU74011 . 

JOmi MARSHALL AND THE SUPREME COURT, 
by Herbert A. Johnson. 20 1. 
Lecture. S Herbert A. Johnson; 
l8Dec68; 021277- 

JOHN THOMAS. See 
COCKADE. 

JOHNNY TREMAIM, a musical play; adapta- 
tion fc lyrics by Barbara Nosanow. 
46 1. 11 episodes. From the novel 
by Esther Forbes (Esther Forbes 
Hosklns) Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1943 . B Barbara 
Field flosanow; 20Mav69; DU74307. 



JOLIE FILIiE DU FAUBOURG'. See 
THREE PARTIES. 

THE JOLLY PAUPER; text, lyrics & music 
by Chaim Avron. 1 v. Hebrew. 
© Avron Pub. Co.; 7Apr69; DU74103. 

JONATHAN VENGEANCE; or. If Boney takes 
over the world. An American travesty 
in prologue and five acts by Norma S. 
Hass. 140 1. © Norma S. Mass; 
l6Feb69; DP6928. 

JOSEPH IN THE PIT, a play In verse by 
Walter James Miller. 20 1. 
1 act. © Walter James Miller; 
4Apr69; DU73938. 

JOSHUA BEENE AND GOD, a new comedy 
drama by Clifford Sage & Hal Lewis. 
Based on the novel of the same name 
by Jewel Gibson. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Clifford Sage & Hal Lewis; 
29May69; DU74381. 

JUDAS . See 

OEUVRES COMPLETES. 

JUDGMENT DAY, by Stewart H. Benedict. 
9 1. A play. © Stewart H. Benedict; 
9Jan69; DU73242. 

JUDITH AND HOLOFERNES, a libretto by 
Donald Moreland; music by Myron 
Fink. 46 1. 3 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Donald Wells Moreland; 
5May69; DU74316. 

JUICE (Craig) By Louise Phillpps, 
pseud, of Kenneth Regenbaum. 
23 1. A play in 4 scenes. 
© Kenneth Regenbaum; 26May69; DU74386. 

JULIANA, by L. M. Sullivan. 34 1. 
A play. © M. Sullivan; 24Apr69; 
DU74162. 

JULIE; script for a motion picture by 
Leo Trachtenberg. 84 1. © Leo 
Trachtenberg; 29Jan69; DU73452. 

THE JUMPING FROG OF CALAVERAS COUNTY, 
by Lukas Foss; libretto by Jean 
Karsavina after a story by Mark 
Twain, pseud, of Samuel Langhorne 
Clemens. Rev. ed. Boston, Fischer. 
151 p. Vocal score. Appl. states 
prev. reg. lMay58, DP3412 & Lulu's 
song prev. reg. 22May56, EU439723. 
9 Carl Fischer, Inc.; 19Apr68; 
DP6907 . 

JUNIOR HIGH MATH MARATHON; dramatic 
program for television or stage by 
Beverly Brown. 10 1. ® Beverly 
Brown; l6jun69; C21853. 

JUNK, by Jim Tomczak. 1 v. A play. 
® Jim Tomczak; 4Jun69; DU74477. 

JURULLO; original story & teleplay by 
Andrea Alplmonte. 32 1. © Andrea 
Alpimonte; 7Mar69; DU73737. 

THE JURY, a play in two acts by Ivan 
Klima; adapted from Czech by Ruth 
Willard. 60 1. © Ruth Wlllard; 
l8Apr69; DU7'tll2. 

JUST SMILE, UP AND DOWN THE AISLE, by 
Lorraine Michele (Lorraine Michele 
Seymour) 113 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Lorraine Michele Seymour; 3Apr69; 
DU73979. 



K 



A KADDISH FOR LEVY, by Robert Hatley 
(Bobby Gene Hatley) 49 1. A play. 
® Bobby Gene Hatley; 25Junb9; 
DU74596. 



KAPT'N BAY- BAY, eln musikallsches 
Seemannsgarn gesponnen von Fritz 
Grasshoff, Iwa Wanja, pseud, of 
Iwanka Schultze, 8c Norbert Schultze; 
mlt der Muslk von Norbert Schultze. 
Hamburg, BUhnen- und Muslkverlage. 
2 V. Klavierauszug. © B\ihnen- und 
Muslkverlage, Dr. Hans C. Sikorski, 
K.G.; 3Mar59; DF1944 . 

THE KALEIDOSCOPE, a comedy revue by 
Jean Raymond Maljean (Eugene R. 
Mai Jean) 1 v. © Eugene R. Maljean; 
24Apr69; DU74164. 

KARIN AND BILLIE, a play in two acts 
by Leah Wallach. 1 v. © Leah 
Wallach; 15Jun69; DU74549. 

KASPAR, by Peter Handke; translated & 
adapted by Michael Roloff. 85 1. 
A play. Appl. author: Farrar, 
Straus & Glroux, Inc., employer for 
hire. © Farrar, Straus & Glroux, 
Inc.; 8May69; DU74533. 

KATHARINE HEPBURN IS MY MOTHER, by 
Richard Cook. 39 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Richard 
Cook; l8Feb69; DU73593. 

THE KEEPER, by Mary Esther, pseud, 
of Rosemary Stewart. 21 1. A play 
in 3 scenes. © Rosemary Stewart; 
llMar69; DU73882. 

THE KENNEDY'S DREAMS LIVE ON, by Lois 
Stewart. Sheet. Recitation. 
© Lois Stewart; 10Jun69; C21816. 

KENNETH DISCUSSES PERSONAL SERVICE TO 
CUSTOMERS, by Kenneth Battelle. 8 1. 
A recording script. © Glemby Co.; 
10Mar69; C21426. 

THE KEY, a film script by Margaret 

Burgos. 38 1. 5 scenes. © Margaret 
Ann Burgos; 17Mar69; DU73799. 

THE KEY WON'T TURN; written especially 
for the children by Ernestine E. 
Martin- 11 1. A play © Ernestine 
E. Martin; 23Jun69; 0^^4626. 

THE KEYNOTE SPEECH TO THE NATIONAL 
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN WHORES AT 
THEIR ANNUAL CONVENTION IN MIAMI 
BEACH, FLORIDA, by Robert Somerfeld. 
3 1. © Robert Somerfeld; l6Jun69; 
021834. 

KEYPUNCHING FOR STUDENT PROGRAMMERS, 
by Newman Vosbury. 6 1. 
€ Audication, Inc.; 24jun69; C21855. 

KHAKI, BUSH AND BIGOTRY; three Austra- 
lian plays, introd. by Eunice Hanger. 
Rusty bugles, by Sumner Locke 
Elliott; We find the bunylp, by Ray 
Mathew; The well, by Jack McKinney. 
Australia, University of Queensland 
Press. 274 p. (Contemporary Aus- 
tralian plays, 3) © University of 
Queensland Press; 5Apr68; DFI976. 

khwKm Ml 'amnSt thukySng KHONG 

PHRACHAO THAM HAI MANUT PHOP KHWSM 
Ml CHAICHANA (God omnipotent makes 
man triumphant) Pathakatha khsng 
Satsan'S. Khritsatlan Sal'en 
(WitthaySsSt KhritsatTan) by Bryan- 
Jones; Danal Pechkam, translator. 
17 1. Thai; title romanlzed. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 70ct63, CI6072 & 
27Nov63, BB24965. © Noel D. Bryan- 
Jones; 31Jan69; C21300. 

KEDNBY MACHINE. See 

THE ARTIFICIAL KIDNEY MYSTERY. 

THE KIERKEGEBENESCO MASTERPIECE, a com- 
edy In two acts by Edward Sherby. 
1 v. ® Edward Sherby; 6Jan69; 
DU73222. 

KILL, KILL, by Herb Greer. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. O Herb Greer; 
l8Har69; DU7?823. 



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KILL THE BABOONS, a play in eight 
scenes by Ben Wilensky (Benjamin 
Robert Wilensky) 1 v. © Ben 
Wilensky; 2ltFeb69; DU7365I. 

KllMENY. See 

A GIRL CALLED KIIMENY. 

KIMMY'S CHRISTMAS SURPRISE, by 
Shirley Brown. 1 v. A script. 
© Shirley Brown; 17Dec68; C21260. 

KING BRANIK, by Beverly Quint. 1 v. 
A play in J acts. © Beverly Quint; 
6Jan69; DU75221. 

KING HAS NO LIFE OP HIS OWN. See 

PROLOGUE TO A KING HAS NO LIFE OF HIS 
OWN. 

KING HEROIN, a one-act drama by Al 
Fann & Co. 57 1. Suggested by the 
poem King heroin. © Albert Louis 
Fann; 17Jun69; DU74645. 

KING JOHAH, by John Bale; edited with 
an introd. Sc notes by Barry B. Adams. 
San Marino, Calif., Huntington 
Library. 211 p. 2 acts. NM: Introd., 
notes, appendices & editorial revi- 
sions. © Henry E. Huntington 
Library & Art Gallery; 28Jan69; 
A58176 . 

KING JOHN, by William Shakespeare; 
general introd. by David G. Pitt. 
New York, Airmont Pub. Co. 122 p. 

5 acts. (Airmont Shakespeare 
classics series, S24) Appl. authors: 
Beryl Rowland, introd. & Airmont Pub. 
Co., art work. © on art work & 
introd.; Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 
l6sep68; A72068. 

THE KING OF SOUL; or. The devil and 
Otis Redding. A musical tragedy, 
a one act play by Ben Caldwell. 
9 1. Book only. © Ben Caldwell; 
7May69; DU74244. 

THE KING SIZE MATTRESS, by Harvey L. 
Twyman. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Harvey L. Twyman; 12Mar69; 
DU73760. 

THE KINGDOM BY THE SEA, a one act play 
by Helen Duberstein Lipton. 27 1- 
© Helen Duberstein Lipton; 17Apr69; 
DU74107 . 

KINGDOM OF EARTH (The seven descents of 
Myrtle) A play in seven scenes by 
Tennessee Williams (Thomas Lanier 
Williams) Dramatists Play Service. 
87 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
15Jan67, BB3356I. NM: revisions 

6 additions, © Two Rivers Enter- 
prises, Inc.; 13Feb69; DP6935. 

THE KING'S HERALD I, KING OF REVELRY; 
book, music & lyrics by Marian 
Shepherd, pseud, of Anna Mary Sulli- 
van. 1 v. 3 acts. © Anna Mary 
Sullivan; lltApr69; DU74066. 

A KISS IN THE DARK, a one act play 
by Frank Phillips III. 9 1. 
© Frank Phillips III; 25Feb69; 
DU73647. 

KISS ME NEVER AGAIN; screenplay by 
John E. Matlock. 289 1. © John R. 
Matlock; l4Apr69; DU74o63. 

THE KITE, by Hal Ackerman (Harold 
Ackerman) & Allen Reld. 65 1. 
A screenplay. © Allen Reid & 
Harold Ackerman; 27Mar69; DU73921. 
THE KITE, by Richard Spero. 33 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Richard Henry 
Spero; 3Jun69; DU74459. 
KLARA, a one act play by Ivan Klima, 
adapted from Czech by Ruth Willard. 
26 1. Appl. states prev. pub. abroad 
1968, reg. 9270. NM: translation. 
© Ruth Willard; l8Feb69; DU73523. 



KLEINERE TASCHENKUNSTSTUCKE FAST EINE 
CHINOISERIE, von H. C. Artmann. 
Wien, Universal Edition. 68 p. 
A play. © Universal Edition, A.G.; 
30Apr69; DFO-1691. 

DER KLINGEL; Einakter von Oskar Zemme. 
[Austria] Universal Edition. 
45 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 9Nov67, 
DFO-1612. NM: revision. © Univer- 
sal Edition, A.G.; l4Mar69; DFO-I68O. 

THE KNACKER'S ABC (L'Equarrissage pour 
tous) A paramilitary vaudeville in 
one long act by Boris Vian, trans- 
lated by Simon Watson Taylor. New 
York, Grove Press. 105 P- © Simon 
Watson Taylor; 2Apr68; DP6978. 

THE KNIFE (HAS MANY BLADES) By George 
Llndsey. 7* 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© George Llndsey; 17Mar69; DU738l4. 

KRAIT; screenplay by Kenneth Neville. 
190 1. ® Kenneth De Lacey Neville; 
29May69; DU74462. 

KRISTEN; screenplay by Edward L. 
^fc>ntoro. 58 1. © EroCine Produc- 
tions; lMar69; DP6937. 

KYSISIAN SLAVE. See 

STAR TREK: THE KYSISIAN SLAVE. 



LADIES OF TOMORROW, a comedy by Michael 
Kallesser. 1 v. 2 acts. Acnl. 
states prev. reg. 6Aug68, DU72258. 
NM: additions & revision. © Michael 
Kallesser; 9Apr69; DU74100. 

LADY MONTCLAIKE, an original story 

written and adapted for television by 
Nancy Wooten. 31 1- A screenplay. 
© Nancy Wooten; 20Mar69; DU73861. 

A LADY OF THE OLD SCHOOL, by Leonard 
Boyer. 50 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© Leonard Boyer; 14Apr69; DU74062. 

THE LAMBS, a play in two acts by Janus 
Ingrld Adams. 143 1. © Janus 
Ingrid Adams; 4jun69; DU74479. 

LAND DES LAECHELNS. See 
EL PAIS DE LA SONRISA. 

A LAND OF DREAMS, a musical for the 
young at heart of all ages, script & 
lyrics by John Marier, music by 
Champ Champagne (Gilles Champagne) 
1 V. A screenplay in 6 scenes. 
© John R. Marier & Gilles Champ 
Champagne; 13Jan69; DU73260. 

THE LAND OF LEM, by S. Garrett Robinson. 
84 1. A play in 5 acts. © S. Garrett 
Robinson; 9Apr69; DU74045 . 

LAND, PEOPLE, AND HISTORY. See 

EMERGING AFRICA IN THE LIGHT OF ITS 
PAST. 

LANDING. See 
BACK TO BACK. 

LAON AND CYTHNA, by Edward J. Larkin. 
61 1. A play in 2 acts. Adapted 
from the poem by Percy B. Shelley. 
© Edward J. Larkin; 21Apr69; 
DU74120. 

LARGE WINDOW ON A SMALL WORLD, a play 
by Maurice Hill. 117 1. 3 acts. 
© Maurice J. Hill; 5Mar69; DU73830. 

LAEMES DE L'AVEUGLE. See 
ESSAIS RADIOPHONIQUES . 

THE LAST OF MRS. LINCOLN, a play in 
two acts by James Prideaux. 1 v. 
© James Prideaux; 21Apr69; DU74119. 



THE LAST OF THE GREAT TYCOONS, by Ben 
Cameron, pseud, of Benjamin C. 
Goldenberg & Sylvia G. Crane. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts . © Ben Cameron & 
Sylvia G. Crane; 8jan69; DU73281. 

LAST RESORTS, a comedy by Alvin Aronson. 
1 V. 3 scenes. © Alvin Aronson; 
17Mar69; DU73813. 

THE LAST SHINE; one act by Arthur J. 
Graham. 39 p. © Arthur J. Graham; 
9May69; DP6985. 

THE LAST SUPPER, by Peter Raby. 34 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Peter Raby; 6Jun69; DU74427. 

THE LATE, LATE, LATE LIFE, a comedy of 
mirrors by Edward H. Devany. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Edward Heath 
Devany; 29May69; DU74379. 

THE LATE SHOW, by Barbara Field 
(Barbara Field Nosanow) 10 1. 
A play. © Barbara Field Nosanow; 
13Feb69; DU73517. 

LAW AND ORDER, by Tommy Burrell 

(Thomas J. Burrell) 5 1. A talk. 
©Thomas J. Burrell; 6jan69; C21267 . 



THE LAW OF ECONOMICS. 
SALES DYNAMICS. 



See 



LAX AND BLOOM ACT, by Harry Lax & 
Howie Bloom (Howard Bloom) 1 v. 
Script. © Howard Bloom & Harry Lax; 
28Feb69; C21559. 

LAZARILLO, a play in three acts by 

Raleigh Bond. 1 v. Based on Life of 
Lazarlllo de Tormes and his fortunes 
and his adversities, 1554, anonymous. 
© Raleigh Bond; 20Mar69; DU73855 . 

LEARN, BABY, LEARN, a comedy in three 
acts by William F. Davidson. Chica- 
go, Dramatic Pub. Co. l43 p. 
© William F. Davidson & Caroline P. 
Davidson; 15Jan69; DP6902. 

LEARNING ABOUT CONSERVATION. 6 v. 
Recording scripts. Appl. author: 
Coronet Instructional Films, a 
division of Esquire, Inc. NM: addi- 
tions. © Coronet Instructional Films, 
a division of Esquire, Inc.; 24Mar69; 
C21680. 

LEAST COMMON MULTIPLE. 4 1. A record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
llApr69; C21627. 

LEBEN EDUARDS DES ZWEITEN VON ENGLAND. 
See 
EDWARD II. 

LA LECON D'ECHECS; ou, La consideration; 
traji-comedie satirique en 6 mouve- 
ments de Ian Sequoyen, pseud, of 
Richard Gay. 222 1. © Yan [sic] 
Sequoyen; 6jan69; DU73350. 

LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. See 
EN ANDELIG 0EDAGEI£E OG DENS 

BETYDNING. 
DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP: DE 

OPLOSSING VOCE DE PROBLEMEN VAN 

DEZE TIJD. 
DIE CHRISTLICHE WISSENSCHAFT BEGEGNET 

DEN HERAUSFORDERUMGEN UNSERER ZEIT. 

COMMENT LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE PEUT 

VOUS AIDER. 
PREIHEIT UND WAHRE IDENTItXT . 

GINAGAWA NG OMNIPOTENTENG DIYOS ANG 
TAO NA MATAGUMPAY. 

MbT TIDENS UTMANING MED KRISTEN 

VETENSKAP 
QUE SEARCH FOR IDENTITY. 
QUEL EST LE BIEN QUI SATISFAIT. 
RELEVER LE DEFI D' AUJOURD ' HUI AVEC 

LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE. 
THE SCIENCE OP BEING UNAFRAID. 



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Jan.-June 



LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. -Con. 
SIA LA LUCE. 

SOMETHING TO HOLD ON TO. 
vAEi bestAr DCT GODA SOM VERKLIGEN 
TILLFREDSSTALLER . 
DET VETENSKAPLIGA GENOMBROTTET INOM 

RELIGIONEN. 
WAS 1ST DAS GUTE, DAS WIRKLICH 

BEFRIEDIGT . 
WHY CHANGE. 

THE LEDGE, by Robert Ira Blecker. 
34 1. A play. ® Robert Ira 
Blecker; 15May69; DU74292. 

LEFT ABOUT FACE, by Francelia Butler & 
Michael Mlchanczyk. 5** 1- A musical 
comedy in 2 acts. Book only. NM: 
revisions & additions. © Francelia 
Butler & Michael Michanczyk; llMar69; 
DU74105. 

LEFT-HANDED LIBERTY, a play about 
Magna Carta by John Arden. London, 
Methuen. 104 p. 5 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © John Arden; 10Jun65; 
DFI986 . 

LEFTOVERS, a new play by Bronson 
Dudley. 1 v. © Bronson Dudley; 
20Jun69; DU7't608. 

A LEGEND OF DEATH, by Wm D. Hammack 
(William D. Hammack) I8 1. A 
musical play. Includes music & 
lyrics for 1 song. © William D. 
Hammack; 25Jun69; DU7H652. 

THE LEGEND OP SAINT NICHOIAS; screen- 
play by Alvin Boretz. 164 1. 
© John Dlmick; l8Feb69; DUTSSg'*. 

LEGEND OF ST. STEPHEN. See 
IN THE PROPHETS' YOKE. 

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW, by Wash- 
ington Irving; in dramatic incident 
for by Classic Text Tapes. Pt.J. 
19 1. © Classic Text Tapes, Norman 
H. Rogers, owner; lApr69; DU73841. 

THE LEGEND OP THE LOST GOATS, by 
Ernestine E. Martin. 6 1. A 
musical play. Book only. 
© Ernestine E. Martin; 23Jun69; 
DU74628. 

THE LEGEND OF TWELVE MOONS, by Ruth 
Roberts (Ruth Roberts Plller) 
1 V. A recording script. © Michael 
Brent Publications; lApr69; C2l602. 

LA LEGGENDA DEL RITORNO, dl Renzo 
Rossellint; poema drammatico in due 
parti (un atto) di Diego Fabbrl, da 
Dostolewskij. [Milan] Ricordl. 
251 p. Partitura. © G. Ricordl & 
C, S.P.A.; 2itFeb66 (in notice: 
1965); DFI955. 

LA LEGGENDA DEL RITORNO, di Renzo 
Rossellinl; poema drammatico in due 
parti (un atto) di Diego Fabbrl, da 
DostoiewskiJ. Milan, Ricordl. 
130 p. Riduzione di Italo delle 
Cese. Opera completa per canto e 
pianoforte. © G. Ricordl & C, 
S.P.A.; 24Feb66 (in notice: 1965); 
DFI954. 

LEMONADE, by James Prideaux. 24 1. 
A play. © James Prideaux; 6May69; 
DU74234 . 

LENNY'S LOSS, a play in one act by 
Richard P. De Blasi. 40 1. 
C Richard P. De Blasi; 12Mar69; 
DU73757. 

LEON, a play in three acts by Merrell 
Williams. 48 1. © Merrell Williams, 
Jr.; 6Jan69; DU73218. 

LESSON IN ANATOMY, a morality play for 
the twentieth century by Mike Rosen, 
paeud. of Frank Stelnkellner. 31 1. 
Includes music & lyrics to 1 song. 
© Frank Stelnkellner; 13May69; 
DU74274. 



LESSONS AND DRILLS IN THE FUNDAMENTAL 
PRINCIPLES OF PHONETIC PRONUNCIATION 
OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE; conceived 8e 
originated by Roy Drushall. 1 v. 
© Roy Drushall; l4Feb69; 021525- 

LET ME BE FREE, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Harold Doolittle. 30 1. © Harold 
Doollttle; 17Jan69; DU73306. 

LET THERE BE LIGHT. See 
ER ZIJ LIGHT. 
SIA LA LUCE. 

LET' S TALK ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS, by 
Gene Emmet Clark. 9 1-/ lecture. 
© Gene Emmet Clark; lApr69; C21575. 

THE LETTER, by Plgraeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 6 1. A script. © Dewey 
Markham; lMay69; C21723. 

A LETTER FROM VIETNAM; by Arthur James 
Carter. Sheet. Recitation. © Arthur 
James Carter; 13Mar69; C21517. 

LEVITICUS, by Edward Greenberg. 

65 1. A play. © Edward Greenberg; 
21Nov68; DU73278. 

LEWIS & CLARK. 5 1. (3M Impress 
vignette) Appl. authors: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. & Cultural 
History Research, Inc. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 24Feb69; 
C21409. 

LEXONOMIC ANALYSIS AND ANTITRUST, by 
Lee Loevinger. 14 1. Paper. 
© Lee Loevinger; 4Apr69; C2l605. 

LEXONOMIC ANALYSIS OF RATE REGULATION, 
by Lee Loevinger. 24 1. A paper. 
© Lee Loevinger; 5May69; C21839. 

LICE OF EURYDICE. See 
PLAYS: SECOND SERIES. 

LIDDIMOCKIE (Little mocker) (Any number 
can play) An original satirical play 
by Bern Ford (Bernard Ford) 23 1. 
2 acts. © Extant Enterprises, Inc.; 
I6jun69; DU74562. 

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF FLOTO, TEXAS: 
THREE PLAYS, by Cleve Ernst Haubold. 
Ann Arbor, University Microfilms 
Library Services. Microfilm. (Doc- 
toral dissertation series) © Cleve 
Ernst Haubold; 27Nov68; A61554. 

LIFE BRINGS DEATH, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Mrs. Alvin Rink. 30 1. © Mrs. Alvin 
Rink; 10Jun69; DU74546. 

A LIFE IN THE DAY OF SYMMETRY, by 
Mlk Casale, Jr. (Michael H. Casale, 
Jr.) 21 1. A play. ©Michael H. 
Casale, Jr. & Eleanore T. Ernst; 
28jan69; DU73367. 

LIFE IS SHORT, an original story written 
and adapted for television by Brian 
Black. 30 1. A screenplay. © Brian 
Black; 20Mar69; DU73847. 
LIFE OP LAZARILLO DE TORMES AND HIS 
FORTUNES AND HIS ADVERSITIES. See 
LAZARILLO. 

THE LIFE OF RIMBAUD, by Gregory Burke. 

30 1. A play. © Gregory Burke; 

llJun69; DU74516- 
LIFE'S LOST HIGHWAY; words & music by 

Lon 0. Owsley. 4 1. Recitation. 

© Lon 0. Owsley; 29May69; C21792. 

LIGHT; screenplay by John A. McCloskey. 
81 1. © John A. McCloskey; 5Jun69; 
DU74480. 

LIGHT. See 

TWO MIME PLAYS. 

LIGHT AND DARK. See 
HOW DO YOU KNOW. 



LIGHT IN A FAR WINDOW, by Harold Marcus. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Harold B. 
Marcus; 27Jan69; DU73360. 

LIGHT, INDEED. See 

SVIESA IR ELDORADO. 
LIKE AMOROUS BIRDS OF PREY, by Carson 

Davidson. II5 1. A screenplay. 

Appl. states prev. reg. 2Jul68, 

DU71912. NM: revision & addition. 

© Carson Davidson; 19May69; DU74359. 

LIKE FATHER, LIKE FUN, a play in one 

act & two scenes by John H. Heam. 

72 1. © John H. Hearn; 13Jan69; 

DU73266. 
LIKE MEN! A play by Gordon Rayfleld. 

l4l 1. ® Gordon E. Rayfleld; 21Mar69; 

DU73867 . 

LIKE wow: A musical farce; book, music 
& lyrics by Marian Grudeff 8c Raymond 
Jessel. 1st draft. 90 1. 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. ® Marian Grudeff 
& Raymond Jessel; 23Jan69; DU73346. 

THE LINCOLN- DOUGLAS DEBATES & LINCOLN'S 
FIRST INAUGURAL. 5 1. (3M IM/press 
vignette ) Appl . authors : Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. & 
Cultural History Research, Inc. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 24Feb69; C2l4l3. 

LINCOLN KILLED KENNEDY! or. Our Ameri- 
can cousin in Dallas. By Robert 
Clymire. I56 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Robert Clymire; 24Feb69; DU73629. 

THE LINE OF LEAST EXISTENCE, by Rosalyn 
Drexler. 1 v. A musical play in 2 
acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 6Jan66, DU55097- 
NM: additions. © Rosalyn Drexler; 
19May69; DU74346. 

THE LION AND THE MOUSE, a fable in pic- 
tures, sound and action for the very 
young; adapted for television by 
Frances K. PavSl. 28 1. © Frances 
K. Pavel; 19May69; DU74355. 

LIONS FOUR, CHRISTIANS NOTHING, a 
comedy in one act by Eric Meredith 
Lord, pseud, of Robert Glenn Haffer- 
kamp. 50 1. © Eric Meredith Lord; 
llJun69; DU74518. 

LISTENING SKILLS PROGRAM II-A. 1 v. 
12 recording scripts. Appl. author: 
Educational Development Corp. 
© Educational Development Corp.; 
l6Jun69; C21828. 

LISTENING SKILLS PROGRAM II-B. 1 v. 
12 recording scripts. Appl. author: 
Educational Development Corp. 
® Educational Development Corp.; 
l6Jun69; C21827. 

LISTENING SKILI£ PROGRAM II-C . 1 v. 
12 recording scripts. Appl. author: 
Educational Development Corp. 
© Educational Development Corp.; 
l6Jun69; C21826. 

LITTLE ANNIE WOODS; created by Charles 
Jones; script by James Johnson. 
45 1. A screenplay. © Charles Jones 
& Stomp Town Music Corp.; l8Jun69; 
DU74601. 

LITTLE BOY, by Pierre Halet. [Paris] 
Editions du Seuil. 126 p. French. 
© Editions du Seuil; 15Nov68; 
DFO-1651. 

LITTLE CLAY CART. See 

TWO PLAYS OF ANCIENT INDIA. 

THE LITTLE JUGGLER, by Algernon D. 
Black. 4 1. Based on an old tale. 
©Algernon D. Black; 13Feb69; C 21334 . 

THE LITTLE LAME PRINCESS, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Anne St. Dennis, pseud, of 
Mrs. Madison Doane. 33 1- 
© Mrs. Madison Doane; 17Janb9; 
DU73505 ■ 



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THE LITTLE LIAR, by McClain N.M., pseud, 
of Noland Milton McClain . 26 1. 
A screenplay In 6 scenes. © Noland 
Milton McClain; 13Peti69; DU73492. 

THE LITTLE LIES MARRIED PEOPLE TELL, 
by Peter Moses. 167 1. A play in 
3 acts. ® Peter Moses; 5Jun69; 
DU74482. 

THE LITTLE MERMAID, by Barbara Field 
(Barbara Field Nosanow) 1 v. A 
play in 10 scenes. From a tale by 
Hans Andersen. © Barbara Field 
Nosanow; 5Mar69; DU7362O. 
LIWLE MOcSffift, See 
LIDDIMOCKIE. 

LITTLE MURDERS, by Jules Feiffer. 
New York, Random House, 111 p. 
2 acts. ® Jules Feiffer; 5Dec68; 

LITTLE PATCH MAKES HIS VERY FIRST 
VISIT, by Noel Hamilton. I5 1. 
(Poppet puppets) A teleplay. 
© Noel Hamilton a.k.a. Noel Bustard; 
27Feb69; DU75670. 

A LITTLE PIECE OF EARTH, by Elayne 
Snyder. 16 1. A play. © Elayne P. 
Snyder; 21Apr69; DU74124. 

LITTLE WHITE LIES, a play in two acts 
by Anthony Buttitta. 1 v. © Anthony 
Buttitta; 17Jun69; DU74568. 

LIVE ALL YOU PEOPLE, by Janet Sage. 
83 1. A screenplay. © Janet Sage; 
l4Mar69; DU73773. 

LIVING THE LIFE OF RILEY, by John E. 
Denny, Rusty Adams & Ramsey Kearney. 
Sheet. Recitation. ® Cedarwood 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 4Dec68; C21254 . 

LOG OF ENTHUSIASM. See 

MANUSCRIPT TO LOG OF ENTHUSIASM. 

LOLITA AND THE SWAN. See 
THE PARABLE OF THE WORMS. 

LONDON EXPRESS; original story & 

screenplay by Ken Loring, pseud, of 
Kenneth W. Wenning. 1st draft. 
100 1. © Kenneth W. Wenning; 
15May69; DU74285. 

THE LONELIES, a play in two acts by 
Edward L. Renno. 107 P. ® Edward 
L. Renno; l4Mar69; DU73770. 

THE LONELY ONES, by Bill Faulk. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts . © Bill Faulk; 
l8Apr69; DU74115. 

LONESOME TRUMPET, a musical play by 
Lucille Boneske & Blanche Nichols. 
55 1. 6 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Blanche S. Nichols & Lucille S. 
Boneske; 5May69; DU74321. 

LONG AGO IN BETHLEHEM; song-story for 
elementary grades by Genevieve K. 
Arnold. 2 v. With music & lyrics. 
© Genevieve K. Arnold; 13May69; 
C21776 . 

THE LONG CORRIDOR, by James B. Gar- 
field. 21 1. A play in 2 scenes. 
® James B. Garfield; 5Mar69; 
DU73720. 

THE LONG HAIR REFUGEE; original story 
& screenplay by Grace Brainerd . 
30 1. © Grace Brainerd; 2Jun69; 

THE LONG HAUL. See 

THE INVESTIGATORS. 
LONG VOWEL PHONETIC TAPES. See 

SHORT VOWEL PHONETIC TAPES & LONG 
VOWEL PHONEIIC TAPES. 

THE LONG WAE, by Kevin O'Morrison. 

1 V. A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 29Aug66, D66782. NM: 
revision & addition. © Kevin 
O'Morrison; l4Apr69; DU74143. 



LONG WAY HOME. See 

GETTING DARK FOR WINTER. 

LOOK AT US, a musical comedy by 

William Russell & David Livingston. 
1 V. 2 acts. ® William B. Russell 
& David Livingston; 5May69: 
DU74207. 

LOOT, by Joe Orton. London, Methuen. 
87 p. 2 acts. ® Joe Orton; 2Feb67; 
DFI99O . 

THE LOPSIDED SWORD OF CYRANO, a 

comedy in one act by Robert Clymire. 
43 1. Includes music for 1 song. 
© Robert Clymire; 25Apr69; DU74171. 

LORD EDWARD, a play in three acts ... 
by Edward M. Keelan. 61 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 31Jul67, DU69304. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Edward 
Michael Keelan; 3Apr69; DU73984. 

LORI ANN, by Barbara Gayle Townsend. 
65 1. A screenplay. © Barbara 
Gayle Townsend; lOFebSg; DU73483. 

LOST AND FOUND PSYCHODRAMA, a comic 
situation by J. I. Rodale. Apr. I969 
version. 24 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 17Jan69, DP6903. NM: compilation 
& revision. © J. I. Rodale; lApr69; 
DP6965 . 

LOST AND FOUND PSYCHODRAMA, a short 
specialty by J. I. Rodale. 23 1. 
© Jerome I. Rodale; 17Jan69; DP6903. 

LOST BOY: A JAZZ PLAY, by Robert 
Oliphant. 1 V. A musical play in 
three scenes. ® Robert Oliphant; 
14Apr69; DU74594. 

LOST CANNON. See 
EL CANON PERDIDO. 

LOST, PARADISE, a musical phantasy 
by William R. Stecher & Warren 
Maull. 1 V. 2 acts. Suggested by 
the story Germelshausen, by F. Ger- 
stacker. Book & lyrics only. 
© William R. Stecher & Warren M. 
Maull; 27Jan69; DU73395. 

THE LOUD MOUTHS; adaptation for a beer 
commercial written by Buck, pseud, 
of David Buckley (Daniel Buckley) & 
Box, pseud, of Edward Pasterczyk. 
Sheet. Dialog script. © Duda Mu- 
sic, a division of Dorian Pub, Co., 
Inc.; 20Feb69; C21354. 

THE LOUDEST NOISE IN THE WORLD, a play 
in two acts by Vincent Williams, 
1 V. © Vincent Williams; 22Jan69; 
DU73336, 

LOUIS XIV. See 

ENOUGH STUFF FOR FOUR KINGS. 

THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE. 5 1- Appl. 
author: Cultural History Research. 
® Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 2Jun69; C2l8o4. 

LOVE? By Edward S. Fox & Elizabeth H. 
Fox. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© Edward S. Fox & Elizabeth H. Fox; 
10Feb69; DU73510. 

LOVE AND BANG; or, A crime of sex. 

By Bert Williams. 52 1. Screenplay. 
© Bert Williams; 7Apr69; DU74015. 

LOVE! AND THE FBI, by William Gargaro. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © William 
J. Gargaro, Jr.; 6Mar69; DU73790. 

THE LOVE BOMB, by Irving Greenberg. 
101 1. A play in 2 acts. ® Irving 
Greenberg; 4Mar69; DU73709. 
THE LOVE CHILD, a play in three acts 
by Mary Mitchell. 1 v. ® Mary 
Mitchell; 3Jun69; DU74461. 



LOVE HATH CHARMS. See 
WOMANNNIWTNNNN. 

LOVE-IN, by Orin Tovrov. 48 1. 

A screenplay. ® Orin Tovrov; 15Apr69; 
DU74071. 

LOVE IN A WOOD. See 

WILLIAM WYCHERLEY'S LOVE IN A WOOD 
AND THE GENTLEMAN DANCING MASTER, A 
CRITICAL EDITION. 

LOVE IN THE PARSON'S PARLOR, a play 
in three acts by Edward Sefton 
Porter. 1 v. © Edward Sefton 
Porter; 10Feb69; DU73514 , 

LOVE IS BLIND, See 
MY FRIEND, MUDGE. 

LOVE KNOWS NO COLOR, an original story 
written and adapted for television by 
Aaron Pierce. 4l 1. A screenplay. 
® Aaron Pierce; 20Mar69; DU73849. 

LOVE LOCKED OUT, BEHIND THE IRON 
GIRDLE, by George Drake, pseud, of 
George Drazich. 39 !• A screen- 
play. ® George Drazich; 10Jan69; 
DU73250. 

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, by Victor A. Pompillo. 
44 1. (The George Brown project, 
script 3) A screenplay. © Victor A. 
Pompillo; 6Jun69; DU74488. 

LOVE MAKIN' BUREAU, by Pigmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 11 1, A script, 
© Dewey Markham; 7Jan69; C21394, 

LOVE RUN AWAY, by T. A. Hadfield, pseud, 
of Tedd Field Tassell & Alice Ann 
Tassell. 2d draft. 154 p. A screen- 
play. © Tedd Field Tassell & Alice 
Ann Tassell; 13Feb69; DU73575 . 

THE LOVE YOU HAD AT FIRST, a drama in 
black & white by Michael Farrell. 
37 1. 2 acts. © Michael Gordon 
Farrell; 28Feb69; DU73678. 

LOVER, See 

THE COLLECTION AND THE LOVER, 

LOVE'S ANY COLOR YOU WANT; screenplay 
by Gerald A. Browne. 117 1. 
© Gerald A. Browne; llJun69; DU74545. 

LOVES OF ALONZO FITZ CLARENCE & 
ROSANNAH ETHELTON . See 
THE INFANCY OF THE TELEPHONE. 

LOVING TO LIVE, a Christian Science 
lecture by Grace Bemis Curtis . 
Folder. Appl. ti. : A lecture on 
Christian Science. ® Grace Bemis 
Curtis; 26May69; C21819. 

LOW MAIJ ON THE TOTEM POLE, by Maria 
Morel, pseud, of Leotha M, Hackshaw, 
75 1, A play, © Leotha M. Hackshaw; 
llApr69; DU73974, 

LUCHA LIBRE, a comedy in three acts by 
Richard S. Simons. 1 v. © Richard 
S. Simons; 23Jun69; DU74620. 

LA LUNE A FAIM; piece chantee et 
dansee de Marguerite Liberaki. 
153 1, 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Marguerite Liberaki; 28Mar69; 
DU74024 . 

THE LUNEY LANDING; script by David 
Harris Kinschner. 3 1. ® David 
Harris Kinschner; 4jun69; C21787. 

LUTHER. See 

THE NIGHTINGALE OF WITTENBERG (LUTHER) 

LUTHER & ERASMUS, by Philip Pitt, 
pseud, of Philip Plttoff. 12 1. 
A play. © Philip Plttoff; 3Mar69; 
DU73603. 

LYDIA; screenplay by Lucille Emerick. 
99 1. ® Lucille Emerick; 22Jan69; 
DU73246. 

LYSISTRATA, by Aristophanes; new 
version by H. B. Jones. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts . © Henry Burk 
Jones; 27Jan69; DU73280. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan-June 



LVSISTRATA. See 
FOUR COMEDIES. 



M 



MACE A LA MODE, by Adrienne R. Lelb. 
34 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book only. © Adrienne R. Leit; 
3Jun69; DU74U31. 

THE MAD SISTER'S SISTERS: A SEX PROB- 
LEM, by Barry Litvack. 13 1. 
A play. © Barry Litvack; 23May69; 
DUTt'tOS. 

MADAME BOVARY, by Heinrich 

Sutermelster. Oper in einem Prolog 
und zwel Akten (neun Bildern) frei 
nach Gustave Flaubert und 
zeltgen'cSsslschen Dokumenten. Mainz, 

B. Schott's SOhne. 247 p. (Edition 
Schott 5835) Klavierauszug. 
© B. Schott's SOhne; 28jan59; 
DPO-1689. 

MADAME USA, a play in one act by Clare 

C. Woock. 25 1. Includes lyrics 
for 2 songs. © Clare C. Woock; 
22Jan69; DU73337. 

MADAME, YOUR INFLUENCE IS SHOWING; four 
monologues with prologues & epilogues 
by Muriel Bach. 1 v. ® Muriel Bach; 
10Mar69; C21512. 

THE MADMAN AND THE NUN AND OTHER PLAYS, 
by Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz; 
translated & edited by Daniel C. 
Gerould & C. S. Durer with a foreword 
by Jan Kott. Seattle, University of 
Washington Press. 303 P- NM: 
introd., appendixes, editorial 
apparatus & translations. © Daniel 
C. Gerould & C. S. Durer; l8Sep68; 
A70028. 

MAGENTA, by Eimas Snave, pseud, of 
Sticks Evans & Leon Bass. 60 1. 
Screenplay. © Snave Music Pub. Co.; 
5Jun69; DU74577. 

MAGIC AND ANGEL WINGS, a play in three 
scenes by Neil Blttenbender. 1 v. 
© Neil James Blttenbender; 6May69; 
DU74233 . 

THE MAGIC BAG OF MR. BEANS, by Ron 
Hawthorne. 21 1. A screenplay. 
© Ron Hawthorne; 21Mar69; DU74090. 

THE MAGIC TOUCH, by Algernon D. Black. 
4 1. Based on an old tale. 
© Algernon D. Black; 13Feb69; C21333. 

MAISON FRONTIERE. See 

SECOND SERVICE. 
MAJOR CHANGES IN THE I968 REVISED 
GCMP CK-6); script for tape. 
16 1. Appl. author: Educational Re- 
search Council of America. © Educa- 
tional Research Council of America; 
17Jun69; C21831. 

THE MAJOR COMEDIES OF ALEXANDER FREDRO; 
translated, with an introd. & commen- 
taries, by Harold B. Segel. Prince- 
ton, Princeton University Press. 
405 p. 5 plays. NM: translation, 
Introd., pref. & commentaries. 
© Princeton University Press; 20Mar69; 
A65024 . 

MAKE CENTS, a new television game show 
created by Harvey Bacal, 8 1. 
Script. ® TV Gems, Inc.; l8Mar69; 
C21558. 
MAKE HIM WAIT, a comedy in one act by 
Joe Therrien. Chicago, Dram&tic Pub. 
Co. 32 p. O Joe Therrien; 20May69; 
DFYOOO. 
MAKE ME DISAPPEAR, by J. Marberger 
Stuart & Marjorle L. Stuart. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acta. © Marjorle L. 
Stuart & J. Marberger Stuart; 
19May69; DU7't471. 



THE MALE PUSSY, a play by Saul Pullman. 
81 1. 3 acts. © Saul Pullman; 
l4Apr69; DU74057. 

MAN AND ETERNAL LIFE, by Guy C. 

Shearer. 3 1. © Guy Cooper Shearer; 
23Jun69; C21846. 
MAN AND WOLVES; original film story by 
Vojislav Nanovlc. 132 1. 
© Vojislav Nanovlc; 15May69; DU74289. 

MAN IS MAGNETIC, by James Zamecnik. 
4 p. A lecture. © James Zamecnik; 
l4Mar69; C21567. 

THE MAN NOBODY SAW, by Elizabeth 
Blake. Plays for Living. 31 P- 
© Elizabeth Blake; llPeb69; DP7006. 

MAN OF LA MANCHA, a musical play 

written by Dale Wasserman; lyrics by 
Joe Darion; music by Mitch Leigh with 
an introd. by John Bettenbender . 
New York, Dell Pub. Co. 126 p. 
(Laurel-Leaf library, 5201) Book 
only. Appl. author: Dell Pub. Co., 
Inc., employer for hire. NM: introd. 
© Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; l8Feb69 (in 
notice: I968); A65433 . 

MAN OF MONTICELLO, a play in three acts 
by Jacob Bentkover. 87 1. © Jaco" 
Bentkover; lApr69; DU73961- 



THE MAN ON THE NEON SIGN. See 
TWO SIDES OF THE COIN. 

THE MAN WHO DIED FOR AWHILE, by Jerry 
Juhl. 18 1. A play. © Jerry R. 
Juhl; 21Apr69; DU74118. 

MAN WITH A CORPSE ON HIS BACK. See 
THE Air SCENE, PART ONE, MAN WITH 
A CORPSE ON HIS BACK. 

MAN YOU GOT TO LOVE, a play in nine 
■scenes bv Julian de Mlskey. 7fa 1. 
®"ju!ian de Miskey; 25Mar69; DU75900. 

MANAGEMENT LISTENING. See 

GEHHIAL MAMAGEMENT SERIES. Program 
no. 8. 

THE MANAGER, a play in two acts by 
Martin Russell. 25 1. © Martin 
Russell; 2Apr69; DU73970. 

MANDRAGOLA SIXTY-EIGHT, by Dwight 
Steward. 29 1. A play. Adapted 
from the play by Nlccolo 
Machiavelli. © Dwight Steward; 
llMar69; DU73791. 

MANNEQUINS, a play in 3 acts by John 
Groves. 1 v. © John P. Groves & 
Susan Rae Groves; 2Dec68; DU73400. 

MANPOWER, INC.; Midas input training 

audio script. 94 1. Appl. author: 

Manpower, Inc. ©Manpower, Inc.; 

20Jun69; C21844. 
MAN'S ESTATE, a play in two acts by 

Whitfield Cook. 1 v. © Whitfield 

Cook; 21Mar69; DU73866. 
MANUSCRIPT TO LOG OF ENTHUSIASM, by 

Jerry Dean Armistead. 20 1. 

©Enthusiasm, Inc.; 20May69; C21H3b. 



MANY HAPPY RETURNS, PRATT. 
RESTHOME . 



See 



MARBLES, a play by Andrea Ross. 1 v. 
2 scenes. © Andrea Ross; 24Junb9; 
DU74647. 

MARCEL CERDAN VS. STAN KETCHEL. See 
THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 
Fight no. 13. 

MARCO'S MAGIC, a play narrative by 
Henri Plccard, pseud, of Harry 
Plckhardt. lat ed. 199 P. ® Henri 
Plccard, pen name of Harry Plckhardt; 
20Nov68; A4o892. 

LE MARIAGE BLANC; scenario et dia- 
logues de Jacques Schopfer. 26 1. 
A screenplay. ® Jacques Schopferj 
20Dec68; DU73196. 



MAEJORIE DAW, an original screenplay 
by Larry Swindell & Forney Miller. 
131 1. Suggested by the short story 
by Thomas Bailey Aldrlch. © Larry 
N. Swindell & Forney W. Miller; 
l8Feb69; DU73525 . 



MARKURELLS OF WADKOPING. 
FOUR PLAYS. 

MARQUESA ROSALINDA. See 
LA MARQUISE ROSELINDE. 



See 



MARQUESS' DIVERSION. 
DO WHAT YOU WILL. 



See 



LA MARQUISE ROSELINDE (La Marque sa 
Rosalinda) Farce sentimentale et 
grotesque by Ramon del Valle-Inclan; 
tradult de I'Espagnol par Bernard 
Sese. [Paris] Galllmard. l4l p. 
(Theatre du monde entler) © Editions 
Galllmard; 30Sep68; DFO-1645. 
THE MARRIAGE PROPOSAL, by Anton Chekhov; 

translated by Sonia Moore. 22 1. 

A play. Appl. states prev. pub. 

abroad 1897 . © American Center for 

Stanlslavski Theatre Art, Inc.; 

17Feb69; DU73531. 



MARY AGNES IS THIRTY-FIVE. 
FRIDAY NIGHT. 



See 



MARY LOVES CECELIA, a one act comedy 
by Philip Magdalany. 24 1. 
© Philip Magdalany; 16Apr69; DU740b4. 

MARY OF MAGDALA, an Easter service by 
Marjorle Louise Nelson. Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Co. 16 p. With 
music. S Rodeheaver Co.; 31Dec68; 
DP6910. 

AL-MASIHTYAH AL-'idCyAH (Practical 
Christianity) A lecture on Chris- 
tian Science by Harry S. Smith; 
Joseph Y. Saba, translator. 4 p. 
Arabic; title romanized. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 5Aug64, CI7056. 
© Harry S. Smith; 28jan69; C21312. 

MASQUERADE, by Frederick Feirsteln. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Frederick 
Feirsteln; 3Mar69; DU73696. 

THE MASTER BEDROOM, a comedy by John 
Piraley. 1 v. 3 acts. © John T. 
Pimley & Cajan Lee Piraley; 2May69; 
DU74318. 

MASTER WILL; book & lyrics by William 
J. Dore, Jr., music by Ronald V. 
Ratcllffe. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
Taken from the novel No bed for 
Bacon, by Caryl Brahms & S. J. Simon. 
Appl. states prev. pub. 1941. 
© Ronald V. Ratcllffe & William J. 
Dore, Jr.; 24Mar69; DU73837. 

MATE A minute; By Tobi Louis. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU70491. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Tobi Louis; 3Jan69; DU73211. 

THE MATERIALIZATION OF 21: 1, a pro- 
phetic farce in three acts by Edward 
Sherby. 1 v. © Edward Sherby; 
10Jun69; DU74512. 

MATHIEU LEGROS, by Jean Claude Grum- 
berg. 224 1. A play in 2 parts. 
© Jean Claude Grumberg; 5May69; 
DU74305. 

THE MATHTAPES PROGRAM. 8 v. 

8 tape recording scripts. Appl. 

author: Educational Development 

Corp. © Educational Development 

Corp.; 3Apr69; C2l6o4. 
MATINEE, a short play by Wallace 

Hamilton. 13 1. © Wallace Hamilton; 

10Feb69; DU75502. 

THE MATRIARCH, a play In three acts by 
Paul Owen. II6 1. ® Paul H. Owen; 
2Jan69; DU73208. 



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A MATTER OF A TOE, by Diann Resales 
(Diane Marie Resales] & Pat Wilmoth 
(Patricia L. Wilmoth) T^ p. 2 acts. 
Book S: lyrics only. © Patricia L. 
Wilmoth & Diann Marie Resales; 
10Jan69; DP695O. 

A MATTER OF COMMUNICATION, by Jim 
Elliott. 54 1. A play. © Jim 
Elliott; l6Jan69; DU74131. 

OTDIALECTIC&T-irplay in three 
acts by^pisrrSZSogei.n. 1 v. 
© Ripto«raxavierGoggiBi.JtMar69; 
.DU75712. ^^ 

MAX A. MILLION, an original screenplay 
by Maria E. Cellino & John E. Copage . 
103 1. © Maria Elena Cellino & 
John Eddy Copage; 30Jun69; DU74666. 

THE MAYOR OP LAPUTA, a play by Terry P. 
Jones. 1 V. 2 acts. © Terry P. 
Jones; 20Mar69; DU73856. 

MEANING OF RATIO. 6 1. A script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; 
C 2 1483. 

THE MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER; one act 
play by Albert Evans, pseud, of 
Albert Lipltz. 12 1. © Albert 
Lipitz; 26Mar69; DU73988. 

THE MEDEA OF SAINT JOHN'S PLACE, by 
Gregory Rozakls. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. t> Gregory Rozakis; 12Feb69; 
DU73515 . 

THE MEDICINE MAN RETURNS, by David 
Hirt. 51. A dialogue. © David 
Frederick Hirt; 26Jun69; C21833. 

MEDITATION, by T. Lobsang Rampa. 

71. A recording script. © John W. 
Henderson, Jr.; 27Jan69; C21667. 

MEDUSA OF FORTY-SEVENTH STREET, a play 
in one act by Nancy Henderson. 
29 1. © Nancy Henderson; 21Jan69; 
DU73284. 

MEE MEE, the princess who wanted the 
moon, by Bob Metz. 1 v. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Bob 
Metz; 30Apr69; DU74196. 

[MEET THE AUTHORS] 1 v. 19 interviews. 
Appl. author: Imperial International 
Learning. © Imperial International 
Learning; 2Jun69; C2l840. 

THE MEETING GROUND, an original screen- 
play by Wendell Phillips, Jr. & 
Burt Brinckerhoff (Burton Brincker- 
hoff) 72 1. © Burton Brinckerhoff 
& Wendell Phillips, Jr.; 30Jan69; 
DU73376. 
MEETING TODAY'S CHALLENGE WITH 
CHRISTIAM SCIENCE. See 
DE CHRISTEKEJKE WETEHSCHAP: DE 
OPLOSSING VOOR DE PKOBEEMEN VAN 
DiZE TIJD. 
DIE CHRISTLICHE WISSENSCHAPT BEGEGNET 
DEN HERAUSFORDERUNGEN UNSERER ZEIT. 
MOT TIDENS UTMANING MED KRISTEN 

VETENSKAP. 
RELEVER LE DEFI D ' AU JOURD ' HUI AVEC 
LA SCIENCE CHRETIENHE. 

MEGAN'S SON, by Mordecai Gorelik. 

1 v. A play in 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 10Sep68; DU72360. NM: 
addition & revision. © Mordecai 
Gorelik; 7Apr69; DU74077. 

MEIN ALTES BERLIN. See 

EVENTS ALONG THE BERLIN WALL. 

MELITA, an opera in one act based on a 
Maltese folk legend, music by Charles 
Camilleri, libretto by Ursula 
Vaughan Williams. [Eng.] Fairfield 
Music Co. 24 p. Libretto. 
©Fairfield Music Co., 'Ltd.; 2Dec58; 
DFO-1657. 



A MEMBER'S EYE- VIEW OF ALCOHOLICS 
ANONYMOUS, by Allen McG. , pseud, of 
Allen R. McGinnis. l4 1. Lecture. 
© Allen R. McGinnis; 25Feb69; C21427. 

THE MEMORANDUM, by Vaclav Havel; trans- 
lated from the Czech by Vera Black- 
well. London, Jonathan Cape. 
110 p. 12 scenes. © Vera Blacfcwell; 
23Nov67; DFI98I. 

MEMORY, by Capital Enterprises. 

81. A recording script. © Capital 
Enterprises, Inc.; 19May69; C21748. 
MEMORY. See 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. Program 
no. 9. 

MEMORY EXERCISES, by Capital Enter- 
prises. 81. A recording script. 
© Capital Enterprises, Inc.; 
19May69; C21751. 

MEN OF THOUGHT, MEN OF ACTION. 9 v, 
9 recording scripts. Contents: 
Unit 1-9: The spirit of inquiry and 
the idea of liberty. — The slavery 
question, pt. 1-2. --Free at last? 
Pt.1-2. — The whole man, pt.1-2. — 
Tides of change, pt.1-2. Appl. 
author: Media Plus, Inc. ® Media 
Plus, Inc.; 26May69; C21769. 

MENCKEN SHALOM AND OTHER PLAYS, by 
Mel Levine. 1 v. 3 plays. 
© Mel Levine; 26Dec68; DU7338I. 

THE MENTOR BOOK OF SHORT PLAYS; edited 
by Richard H. Goldstone & Abraham H. 
Lass. New York, New American 
Library. 348 p. (A Mentor book, 
MQ912) © on compilation, introd. & 
editorial notes; Richard H. Goldstone 
& Abraham H. Lass; 4Mar69; A60422. 

MENTOR MASTERWORKS OF MODERN DRAMA: 
FIVE PLAYS; edited & with an introd. 
by Richard H. Goldstone. New York, 
New American Library. 478 p. 
(A Mentor book, MQ9II) © on compila- 
tion, introd. & editorial notes; 
Richard H. Goldstone; 4Mar69; A60421. 

LA MERE; piece repugnante en deux actes 
& un epilogue de Stanislaw Ignacy 
Witkiewicz; adaptee du polonais par 
Koukou Chanska & Francois Marie. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 73 P. 3 acts. 
© Editions Gallimard; 28Peb69; 
DFO-1678. 

MERRILY, MERRILY, MERRILY, MERRILY, 
a three act, two character sex 
comedy by Stan Papell. 1 v. 
© Stan Papell; 9Jan69; DU73190. 

LA METAPHYSIQUE D'UN VEAU A DEUX TETES ; 
piece tropico-australienne en trois 
actes de Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz; 
adaptation francaise de Koukou Chan- 
ska & Francois Marie. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 70 p. 3 acts. © Edi- 
tions Gallimard; 28Feb69; DFO-1676. 

METHOD TO OBSERVE SMOKE PARTICLE MOVE- 
MENTS IN CONJUNCTION WITH SOUND 
WAVES; lecture by Kenneth G. Salem. 
2 1. © Kenneth G. Salem; 26Feb69; 
C21438. 

METHODIST CHURCH AND EDUCATION FOR 
NEGRO YOUTH. See 
CLIMBING JACOB'S LADDER. 

THE MEXICAN FIRE DRILL, a play by 
Joseph Taft. 101 1. 3 acts. 
© Joseph Taft; 21Jan69; DU73332. 

MI AMIGO, ABALARDO ATONADO. See 
MY FRIEND, MUDGE. 

MICHELE, a screenplay by Lloyd W. 
Schloegel. 59 1- © Lloya Wade 
Schloegel; lApr69; DU73951. 

MICROBIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES, MEDIA AND 
STERILIZATION. 6 1. A fllmstrlp 
script. Appl. author: General 
Learning Corp. © General Learning 
Corp.; 22Apr69; C21658. 



A MIDNIGHT OF THE SOUL, by Michael T. 
Malvasso. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Michael Thomas Malvasso; 17Mar69; 
DU73804. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, by William 
Shakespeare; introd. by David Scanlan; 
suggestions for reading and discussion 
by George Prlgmore. Boston, Houghton 
Mifflin. 93 p. (Riverside literature 
series, R35 ) 5 acts. NM: Introd. & 
study material. ® Houghton Mifflin 
Co.; 10Jan69; A48975. 

MILADY'S SCHOOL FOR MEN. See 
WOMANNNNNNNNN . 

MILK AND HONEY, a comedy by Philip 
King. 90 p. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) 3 acts. 
© Philip King; 7Jun68; DFI953. 

MIttE E UNA NOTTE. See 

ALADINO E LA LAMPADA MAGIC A. 

MIND AND MATH, recording script for 
tapes 1-5 by Charles C. Wall. 127 1- 
© Charles C. Wall; 7May69; C21695 . 

THE MINIMAID AND THE DEMIGOD, an 
original story & screenplay by 
Herbert Danska. 137 1. ® Herbert 
Danska; 26Mar69; DU73904. 

THE MINISTER'S BLACK VEIL, by Allan 
Knee. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Allan Knee; 20Feb69; DU7361I. 

MINISTER'S SEAL. See 

TWO PLAYS OF ANCIENT INDIA. 

MINK ON WEEKDAYS, a comedy in three 
acts by Felicia Lamport & William 
Walden. 1 v. © William Walden & 
Felicia Lamport; 12Jun69; DU74540. 

MINUS ONE, an original story & film- 
script by Jacki Apple & Barry Scheln. 
104 1. 22 scenes. © Jacki Apple & 
Barry Scheln; 24Feb69; DU73778. 

MIRACLE OF THE SUN, a musical adapta- 
tion of a true story, music by Aurea 
Baptista, lyrics by Robert Morton. 
78 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
22Mar60, DU50676. NM: addition & 
revision. © Robert M. Morton & 
Aurea Maria Baptista; 21Apr69; 
DU74082. 

MIRAKEL IM LOUVRE (Miracle at the 
Louvre) Komodie in vier Akten von 
Ernest Raoul White, pseud, of Ernest 
Raoul Weiss. © Ernest Raoul White; 
22Jan69; DU73338. 

THE MISANTHROPE AND OTHER PLAYS, by 
Moliere, pseud, of Jean Baptiste 
Poquelin; translated & with an 
introd. by Donald M. Frame. New 
York, New American Library. 512 p. 
(A Signet classic, CW434) ©on 
translation; Donald M. Frame; 
19Nov68; A40405. 

MISMATCH, by Allen Joseph. 9 1. 
A play. © Allen Joseph; l4Feb69; 
DU73562. ^' 

MISS BRENDA, by Gerald L. Wallace. 
47 1. A play. © Gerald L. Wallace; 
24jun69; DU74591. 

MISS FARNSWORTH; comedy in one act by 
Willard Simms. Dramatists Play 
Service. 43 p. © Willard Simms; 
27May69; DP6992. 

MISS HAROLDE TO THE DARK TOWER CAME, 

a comedy in one act by Lucy Kennedy 

(Mrs. Ralph L. Brown) 18 1. 

© Lucy Kennedy; l4May69; DU74284. 
MISS MONZELL, by Plgmeat Markham (Dewey 

Markham) 6 1. A script. © Dewey 

Markham; 7Jan69; C21390. 



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MISS T, a contemporary drama in one 
act by Cherrilyn Miles. 19 1. 
© Cherrilyn Miles; 4Mar69; DU75706. 

MISSUS & MYTHS, a musical revue from a 
woman's point of view by Verna 
Woskoff . 1 V. Book & lyrics only. 
S Verna Woskoff; 15May69; DUT^JIO. 

MR. BASEBALL FAN: THE SECOND GUESSER, 
by John A. Mercurio, 3 1. Script. 
® John A. Mercurio; 2May69; C21772. 

MR. DICKENS READS TONIGHT, by Philip 
J. Kroopf. 38 1. Recording script. 
© Philip J. Kroopf; 6Mar69; C21515. 

MR. G.A. IN X; screenplay by Wilfrid 
Sheed. 112 1. Adapted from the 
Tiber Dery novel. Appl. states prev. 
reg. LApr68, DU71316. NM: revision. 
® Minotaur Film Productions, Inc.; 
l6Apr69; DU74025. 

MR. GUHMPS AND THE HAUNTED HOUSE; 

original story & screenplay by Sylvio 
B. Troianello. 31 1- 9 Sylvio B. 
Troianello; l6May69; DU74301. 

MR. JOHN. See 

THE GRIEVOUS WORLD. 

MISTER JOHNSON, by Norman Rosten. 
Dramatists Play Service. 77 P- 
3 acts. Based on the novel by Joyce 
Cary. Appl. states prev. reg. 3Feb55 , 
DU38987. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Norman Rosten; 29Apr69; DP6982. 

MR. MORRISON AND THE MOON MAN, a play 
in three acts by Clifford Browder. 
59 1. © Clifford H. Browder; 
19Feb69; DU73606. 

MR. PRESIDENT. 1 v. 32 scripts. 
Appl. author: Education Unlimited 
Corp. © Education Unlimited Corp.; 
l6Jun69; C21830. 



ME. SLEEMAN IS COMING. 
POUR PLAYS. 



See 



A MOMENT OF TRUTH; or. Hollow is the 
beat of the beat of the memory drum. 
A one act play by David Litt. 1 v. 
© David Litt; 2Jan69; DU73205. 

MONKEY ISLAND. See 
A SKY OF FACES. 

MONROE DOCTRINE. 6 1. Appl. author: 
Cultural History Research. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
2Jun69; C21813. 



MISTRESS MOLL, MISTRESS MINE; book 8c 
lyrics by Nicholas Winter. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. © Nicholas 
Winter; ll»Apr69; DU7'H'*0. 

MRS. H,UMBAND THE SPARROW PEOPLE; 
written by Charles Marawood & Nan 
Wltcomb in collaboration with 
Kendrew Lascalle; lyrics by Charles 
Marawood Sc Nan Witcomb; music by 
Charles Marawood. 1 v. A screen- 
play. © Charles Marawood & Nan 
Witcomb; 9Jun69; DU7'^'t99■ 

THE MISUNDERSTANDING LAST SUNDAY 

EVENING, an allegory by D. H. Kuhlman . 
72 1. 3 acts. © Donald Harry Kuhl- 
man; 9May69; DU74231. 

MITO; original de Antonio Buero Vallejo. 
r Madrid] Alfil. 11*^ P- (Collection 
teatro, 58O) 2 parts. Libro para 
una opera. © Antonio Buero Vallejo; 
l80ct68; DFO-1684. 

MOT TIDENS UTMANING MED KRISTEN VETEN- 
SKAP (Meeting today's challenge with 
Christian Science) FBredrag over 
Kristen Vetenskap av Georgina Tennant; 
Stig Seligman, translator. 30 1. 
Appl. ti.: A lecture on Christian 
Science. Appl. states prev. reg. 
lAprSlt, Cl564t. © Georgina Tennant; 
12Mar69; C21522. 

MOHANDAS, a play about Gandhi's youth 
by Stephen Hotchner. 82 1. 3 ap^^l- 
O Stephen Hotchner; l6junb9; DU7H5o5. 

MOLLY'S MATING ANTICS, a comedy in 

three acts by Ernest A. Austin. k2 1. 
©Ernest A. Austin; 21Mar69; DU73865 . 

A MOMENT OF TRUTH, by Elaine Charity, 
pseud, of Thelma E. Etheridge. 14 1. 
A play In 3 scenes. © Thelma E. 
Etheridge; 3Mar69; DU73775 • 



HOTEL. See 
FOUR PLAYS. 

MOTHER'S DAY OUT, a comedy by Jack 

Popplewell. 32 p. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 20Jun67; DF1947. 

MOTIVATION AND EFFECTIVENESS. See 
SALES DYNAMICS. 

MOTIVATION FOR MANAGERS. See 

GENERAL MANAGEMENT SERIES. Program 
no. 11. 



MONSTER IN CRAMER SWAMP. See 
THE INVESTIGATORS. 

MOON, a play in one act by Robert Heide . 
(In The Best of off of f -Broadway; 
edited by Michael Smith. New York, 
Dutton. p. 51-69) © Robert Heide; 
9Jan69; DP6930. 

MOON ON A RAINBOW SHAWL, a play in 
three acts by Errol John. London, 
Faber & Faber. 71 P- © Errol John; 
7N0V58; DF1992- 

MOONLIGHT. See 

THE SCARLET THREAD. 

MOONLIGHT AND ROSY, a musical comedy 
by Joy E. Brand. 1 v. 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 13Jul49, D20721 S: 
1954. NM: addition of songs, dialogue 
& characters. © Joy E. Brand; 9Jun6S; 
DU74507. 

MOONSHOT 1, by James F. Sanders. 
Sheet. Recording script. © James 
F. Sanders; 17Mar69; C21507. 

MORALITATEN (Moralities) Drei szeni- 
sche Splele von W. H. Auden nach 
Fabeln des Asop; Deutsche tjbersetzung 
von Maria Bosse-Sporleder; Fassung 
fur 2 Klaviere Oder fur Cembalo und 2 
Klaviere von Hans Werner Henze. 
Mainz, B. Schott's Sbhne; New York, 
Schott Music Corp. 191 P- (Edition 
Schott, 6033) German & English. 
© B. Schott's S'Shne; lApr69; DP7011. 

MORALITY PLAY. See 
BARTHOLOMEW . 

THE MORNING AFTER; screenplay by Wayne 
A. Schotten. 19 1. ® Wayne Albert 
Schotten; 7Apr59; DU74014. 

MORNING COMES SHAKEY, by Eliz Gadol 
(Eliz Gadol Slavetsky) & ^^""^ .^ 
Appling- 96 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Wynn Appling 8= Eliz Gadol; 
19Mar69; DU73819- 

MORNING DOORWAYS, a film script by 

Albert Lamb, with additional material 
by Jonathan Paul, pseud, of Jonathan 
Schwartz. 94 1. © Albert Lamb 
Productions; 2Jan69; DU73234. 

MORNINGSTAR, a Christmas or Easter play 
in 2 acts by R. William Stanmyre. 
44 1. © R. William Stanmyre; 13Feb69; 
DU73576. 

MORSE AND THE TELEGRAPH. 6 1. Appl. 
author: Cultural History Research. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 2Jun69; C2l809. 

MOSES IS COMING, by William Truly, 

Jr. 41 1. A play. ® William Truly, 
Jr.; 19Feb69; DU73610. 

MOSES: MOSES; A Negro now musical 
based on the life of a man who never 
made the Promised Land, book & lyrics 
by Barton Clapp; music by James 
Conely. 2 v. 2 pts. © James H. 
Conely, Jr. & C. Barton Clapp; 
13Jun69; DU74551- 

THE MOST WE CAN EXPECT, by Ml^Jja^J; 
Farrell. 29 1- A Pl^^' ® Michael 
Gordon Farrell; 28Feb69; DU73679. 



MOTOR SHOW. See 
PLAYS, VOLUME V. 

LA MOUCHE DIGEREE, by Rajcevic 

Vojislav. 89 1. A play in 4 se- 
quences. © Rajcevic Vojislav; 
26Nov68; DU73198. 

MOUNTAIN MEN. See 

CAPTURED. 
MOUSE TRAPP; screenplay by Van Dyck 

Story; song. Afraid, by Story & 

Keyes. 1 v. Book only. © Van Dyck 

Story; 21May69; DU74312. 

A MOUTHFUL OF LOZENGES, a play in 
three acts by Joseph Killian. 1 v. 
© Joseph C. Killian; 6May69; DU74235 . 

MOVIE STARS. See 

JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, MOVIE 
STARS. 

MOVING WEST, by C . U. Smith. 3 1- 
Recording script. © C. U. Smith; 
26Mar69; C21509. 

M02A DE CANTARO. See 

TRANSLATIONS OF THREE PLAYS BY LOPE 
DE VEGA: LA MOZA DE CANTARO, EL 
ACERO DE MADRID, AND FOR LA PUENTE, 
JUANA; WITH AN INVESTIGATION OF 
THEIR DRAMATIC FORM. 



MUCH ADO ABOUT AN ONION. 
THE ILLUSIONIST. 



See 



MUD, a game play for three actors by 
Henry C. Timm. 36 1. 7 scenes. 
© Henry C. Timm; 15Jan69; DU73263. 

THE MUFFINS, by Plgmeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 14 1. A script. © Dewey 
Markham; lMay69; C21722. 

LA MUJER DE AQUELLA NOCHE; adaptacion 
para el teatro de la novela de TV; 
novela original de Olga Rullopez, 
adaptacion de la propia autora. 
1 v. 3 acts. © Olga Ruilopez; 
10Feb69; DU73450. 

MULTIPLICATION IN OTHER BASES. 4 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 4Apr69; C2161I. 

MULTIPLICATION OF FRACTIONS, NO. 3. 
31. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 19Mar69; C21548. 

MUORI, AMOR MIO; commedia in due tempi 
di Aldo De Benedetti. 1 v. 
© Aldo De Benedetti; 10Mar69; 
DU73727. 

MURDEROUS MIKE MCGEE. See 
DANGEROUS MIKE MCGEE. 

MUSHROOMS, a play by Donald Kvares. 
(In The Best of off off-Broadway; 
edited by Michael Smith, p. 155-177) 
© Donald Kvares; 9Jan69; DP6934. 

MUSIC CRITIC, a new & exciting TV 

musical game created by Harvey Bacal. 
51. ©TV Gems, Inc.; llMarb9; 
C21624 . 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, NO 1: 1™!"°^ 
4 1. Recording script. © "^f""^^?*^ 
Mining tc Manufacturing Co.; l4Mar69, 
C214 95. 



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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, N0,1: WIND INSTRU- 
MENTS. 4 1. Recording script. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; ltMar69; C21t97. 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, NO. 3: PERCUSSION. 

5 1. Recording script. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; l4Mar69; 
C21it9't • 

THE MUSICAL WALTER WANDERLEY AND 
LYRICAL GITLE LANGNER, by Gitle 
Langner-Saks, pseud, of Gertrude 
Saks. 2 V. Recitation. © Gitle 
Langner-Saks; 7Apr69; C21565. 

MUST BE A UNION, a musical comedy In 
two acts; book & lyrics by Ben 
Blossner; music by Irma Hollander. 
65 1. Libretto. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 28Dec51, DU29572. NM: additions 

6 revisions. © Ben Blossner; 
2Jun69; DU7't587. 

MUST WE FIGHT TWO WARS, by Blaine Smith. 
Sheet. © Scottsdale Pub. Co.; 
28peb69; C21379. 

MUTT JUTE GIRLIE; or, Flnnegan 
Beglnagaln. A clrcularlst urban 
comedy in one act, two scenes by 
Michael L. C. O'Brien, pseud, of 
Maurice N. O'Brien. 59 1- 
© Maurice N. O'Brien; 26May69; 
DUT't'tOS. 

MY ELEPHANT WEARS EARRINGS, by Steven 
M. Vizney, pseud, of Anita C. Stelger 
& Elaine Stelger. 122 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Anita C. Stelger & Elaine 
K. Stelger; 3Peb69; DUTJ^ie. 

MY FRIEND, MUDGE (Ml amlgo, Abalardo 

Atonado) (Love is blind) Created & 

written by Jetta Stroll. 28 1. A 
play. English & Spanish. © Jetta 
Stroll; 12Jun59; DU74559. 

MY GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK FROM TEXAS, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Alice Wilson. JO 1. 
© Alice Wilson; 17Jan69; DU75507 • 

MY GUESS IS BESS, by Hiram Taylor. 
91. A play. © Hiram Edwin Taylor; 
l6jun69; DU7't563. 

MY HEART GOES TINGLE, TINGLE. See 
THE PROG PRINCE. 

MY LIFE AND TIMES AS AN OBSOLETE MAN. 

QI89/2B. 

MY LORD BAG OF RICE. See 
URASHIMA TABO. 



MY OWN MAN, a musical play In two acts, 
adaptation & lyrics by J. K. Libby 
& I. L. Libby, Jr. 1 v. Based on 
The devil's disciple, by Bernard 
Shaw. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 23Feb01, A29IO5 & 
10Sepl3, A36II53. NM: addition & 
revision. © J. K. Libby & I. L. 
Libby, Jr.; 19Mar69i DU73919. 

MY SWEET CHARLIE, a drama in three 
acts by David Westheimer. New York, 
S. French. 93 P- © David Westheimer; 
20Nov67; DP6975. 

THE MYSTERY OP THE DISAPPEARING 
THEATER; or. Immortality. By 
Kenneth Kelman. 8I 1. A play In 
2 acts. © Kenneth E. Kelman; 
20Peb69; DU73615 . 



N 



NACHT VOR SARAJEWO. See 
INTEGRALE TRILOGIE. 



HACHTE IN SHANGHAI; Operette in drel 
Akten von Leo Lenz & Waldemar Frank, 
Lledertexte, Gunther Schwenn, 
Muslk, Friedrlch Schroder. Berlin, 
F. B. Erben. 98 p. Regiebuch. 
® Felix Bloch Erben (in notice: 
Edition Cor so); l4Febl^7; DFI960. 

NAIVES HIRONDELLES, by Roland Dubillard; 
translated by Mel Howard. New York, 
Grove Press. 90 p. (Evergreen play- 
script, no. 18) 3 acts, English. 
Appl. author: Grove Press, Inc., 
employer for hire of Mel Howard. 
© Grove Press, Inc.; 17Jun68; DP6939. 

NANCY, by Bache McEvers Whltlock. 
67 1. A play in 3 acts. © Bache 
McEvers Whltlock; 29May69; DU74493. 

NARCOTIC ANALGESICS. See 
DRUGS OF ABUSE. 

NASAL SPRAY COMMERCIAL; 60 sec. TV, 
by Richard L. Rich. Sheet. 
© Richard L. Rich; 25Jun69; C2l84l. 

A NATION SPANNED COAST TO COAST. See 
CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, AND NEW MEXICO, 
A REGIONAL HISTORY. 

NATION SUNDERED. See 

NEW ENGLAND, A REGIONAL HISTORY. 

NATIONAL EMERGENCY DRAFT (N.E.D.) By 
Andrew J. Hargrett, Jr. 1 v. 
A script. © Andrew J. Hargrett, Jr.; 
10Feb69; C21359. 

NATIONAL LIFE BREAKDOWN, by John 

Hartford. Sheet. Script. © Glaser 
Publications, Inc.; l6May69; C21794. 

NATURAL RESOURCES; or. Fixation. 

Three act musical comedy by Joyce C. 
Greller. 116 1. Book & partial 
lyrics only. © Joyce C. Greller; 
30Jun69; DU74655. 

NATURALIZATION PROGRAM, UNITED STATES 
DISTRICT COURT, JUDGE T. WHITFIELD 
DAVIDSON, NOVEMBER 20, I968, 
2:30 P.M.; taped & transcribed by 
General Levi Casey Chapter, Daugh- 
ters of the American Revolution. 
27 1. A recording script. © Genera] 
Levi Casey Chapter, Daughters of the 
American Revolution; llFeb69; 
C21373. 

NATURE. See 

A CRITICAL EDITION OP THE PLAYS OF 
HENRY MEDWELL. 

NEBEL, ein Stuck in drel Akten von 
Hans Schweikart. Berlin, F. B. 
Erben. 96 p. © Felix Bloch Erben; 
l4May47; DFI962. 

NECRONOMICON; adventures with the 

Great Father and his children on the 
dream quest of the flsher-king. A 
play in two acts by Daniel Wray. 
24 1. 2 acts. © Daniel A. Wray; 
17Mar69; DU75803. 

NED CROCKER, a comedy in three acts by 
Robin Short. Suggested by a story by 
Louisa May Alcott. Dramatists Play 
Service. 61 p. © Robin Short; 
280ct68; DP6897- 
NEMESIS, an original screenplay by 
Robert Mann. 155 1. © Robert J. 
Mann; 7Feb69; DU73481. 

NEMESIS, by Martha Thomson Barclay. 
16 1. A play. © Martha Thomson 
Barclay; 3Feb69; DU73429. 

A NEW APPROACH TO THE RAISING AND 
COLLECTING OF FEDERAL REVENUE, by 
Otto Laumann. 4 1. © Otto Laumann; 
19Mar69; 021739- 
THE NEW BRIDE; original story & screen- 
play by Grace Brainerd . 37 1- 
© Grace Brainerd; l6May69; DU74299. 



NEW ENGLAND, A REGIONAL HISTORY 5 v 

5 scripts. Contents: Unit 1-5' " 
Colonization and revolution.— Revolu- 
tion and independence.— A nation 
sundered.— Toward a new century — 
Tradition faces the future. Appl 
author: Cultural History Research' 
Inc © Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co.; 21Jan69; C21421 214?4 
21420, 21416-21417 ' 

A NEW EXPERIENCE IN THE ART OF LIVING, 
by Howard Watrous. 386 1. Lectures. 
® Howard Watrous, president. 
Individual Development; 29Apr69; 
C21676. 

THE NEW GREEN, a comedy in three 
acts by A. A. O'Keeffe. 78 1. 
© Aldan Arthur O'Keeffe & Helen 
O'Keeffe Lang; 3Mar69; DU73619. 

THE NEW MAN, a comedy by John von 
Hartz. 78 1. 12 scenes. © John 
von Hartz; 20May69; DU74365. 

A NEW MORALITY FOR AMERICA, by John 
Roy Burr. 11 1. A lecture. 
© John Roy Burr; 8Apr69; C2I736. 

THE NEW ROMANTICISM, a tragic-comedy in 
the tradition of the absurd by 
Robert F. Lakata. 104 1. 4 acts. 
© Robert F. Lakata; 23Apr69; DU74148. 

NEWSREEL, a play by Bernard Zavldowsky. 
90 1. 12 reels. © Bernard Zavldow- 
sky; 30Apr69; DU74194. 

THE NEXT THING, by Michael Smith. 
(In The Best of off off -Broadway; 
edited by Michael Smith. New York, 
Dutton. p. 91-118) © Michael Smith; 
9Jan69; DP6932. 

A NICE PLACE TO DIE, an original screen- 
play by George Pan Cosmatos . 1st 
draft. 155 1. Based on his screen 
story, Sunday of hostages . © George 
Pan Cosmatos; 28Feb69; DU73685. 

NIGGERBACK. See 

THE EVENING YOU ARE SPENDING IS WITH 
ME. 

A NIGHT AT TERROR HOUSE, a mystery play 
in 3 acts by Larry Arlin, pseud, of 
Mark F. Glsh. 1 v. © Mark F. Glsh; 
23Jan69; DU73546. 

THE NIGHT I PLAYED SHIRLEY, an original 
story written and adapted for tele- 
vision by Ana Meneses Johnson. 30 1. 
A screenplay. © Ana Meneses Johnson; 
20Mar69; DU73859. 

NIGHT OF JANUARY 16TH, a play by Ayn 
Rand. New York, World Pub. Co. 
125 p. 3 acts. © Ayn Rand; 29Nov68; 
A42632. 

THE NIGHT OF RETRIBUTION; suspense 
drama in three acts by Stephen 
Thomas, pseud, of Stephen Tymoshek. 
97 1. © Stephen Tymoshek; 27Mar69; 
DU73928. 

A NIGHT OF TERROR. See 

A VIRGIN'S NIGHT OF TERROR. 

NIGHT OF THE BEAST, a screenplay by 
Ed Bulllns. 87 1. © Ed Bullins; 
27Jun69; DU74661. 

THE NIGHT OF THE STAR, an opera in one 
act for the Christmas season; music 

6 text by Mary E. Caldwell. Bryn 
Mawr, Pa., T. Presser Co. 128 p. 
Vocal score. © Theodore Presser Co.; 
7Apr69; DP6987. 

NIGHT OUT. See 
A SLIGHT ACHE. 

THE NIGHT WATCHMEN, by Straty Karra, 
translated by Evangelos D. Voutslnas. 
91 1 A play in 2 acts. © Evangelos 
Voutslnas; lApr69; DU73998. 



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Jan.-June 



THE NIGHTINGALE; dramatized by Lucile 
Brown. 50 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
From the Hans Christian Andersen 
story. Includes lyrics to 1 song 
© Lucile Brown; 17Feb69; DU73602. 

THE NIGHTINGALE OF WITTENBERG (LUTHER) 
A drama in five acts by August Strlnd- 
berg; translated from the Swedish by 
Arvld Paulson. 125 1- © Arvid Paul- 
son; 10Apr69; DU74094. 

NIGHT'S END, a drama in three acts by 
Joel Cllmenhaga. I50 1. © Joel 
Climenhaga; lApr69; DU75964 . 

NINAj an original screenplay by 
Avraham Inlender. 76 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Avraham Inlender; 
13Dec68; DU7359t. 

9'*0 SOUTH WEST SEGUNDA CALLE; pleza 
en tres actos por Leopoldo Hernandez. 
61 1. © Leopoldo Hernandez; 
19May69; DU74540. 

NINE LOVERS IN HELL, a play in three 
acts by Ion Nicola. 1 v. NM: 
revisions & additions. © Ion 
Nicola; 30Jun69; DU74670. 

1906, by Markley & Morgan. Sheet. 
A recitation. © Rhombus Music; 
17Jan69; C2W02. 

197'^, a three act play by John V. 
McKenna. 62 1. © John V. McKenna; 
lApr69; DU73828. 

95 MILES NORTH OF CHICAGO, a play by 
J. Kline Hobbs . 1 v. 5 acts. 
© J. Kline Hobbs; 19May69; DU74553. 

THE NINETY-THIRD DAY OF SPRING, a 
play with music by Edward Francis 
Hudaverdi. 1 v. 3 acts. © Edward 
Francis Hudaverdi; lljun69; DU74517. 

NO APOLOGY, the trial and death of 
Socrates by Barrel E. deChaby. 
1 V. A play in 6 scenes. © Darrel 
E. deChaby; 19Mar69; DU75815. 

NO BAGELS IN BROOKLYN, an original 
motion picture script for a feature 
length movie by Phyllis Cunnyngham, 
Macs M[a]cAree & Shelley Tartaro. 
106 1. © Phyllis Cunnyngham, Macs 
MacAree & Shelley Tartaro; 20Jun69; 
DU7't609. 

NO BED FOR BACON. See 
MASTER WILL. 

NO BED OF ROSES, by Don Michaels, 
pseud, of Donald Mlchalskl. 85 1. 
A play in 5 acts. © Donald Mlchalskl; 
7May69; DU7'4-247. 

NO BIRDS IN THESE BUSHES, by Peter 

George Norback. 37 1. A screenplay. 

© Peter George Norback; lApr69: 
DU7'Hit5. 

NO BRASS RINGS, by Ralph Accardo. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Ralph 
Accardo; 3Jun69; DU7'*460. 

NO SILVER SAINTS, by Robert Waldron. 
1 V. A play in two acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 13Apr67, DU68583. 
NM: revisions. © Robert & Emma 
Waldron; 29May69; DU74597. 

THE NOBLE FOOL, a play in eight scenes 
by Lars Forssell; translated by 
Harry G. Carlson. 56 1. NM: trans- 
lation of Galenpannan. © Harry G. 
Carlson; 12Mar69; DU73665. 

THE NOISE OF DISSENT, a motion picture 
script by Robert J. Emery. 116 1. 
© Robert J. Emery; 30Jun69; DU74672. 

NONE SO BLIND, by Susan Hopkins Ingle. 

1 V. A play in 2 acts. O Susan 

Hopkins Ingle; lApr69; DU73965 . 
NON-STOP DAILY, a one act play by 

Daniel Curley. kO 1. ® Daniel 

Curley; 9Jun69; DU74505. 



NOONSHOW ONE, by Norman D. Dletz. 

The. evening and the morning & others. 
1 V. 6 plays. © Norman Donald 
Dietz; 6Mar69; DU73992. 

NORMIE, a new comedy by Sam Bobrick & 
Ron Clark (Ronald Clark) 1 v. 
2 acts. © Sam Bobrick & Ronald Clark; 
21Mar69; DU73865. 

THE NORTH END, a play in three acts by 
Mike Major (Michael J. Major) 70 1. 
© Michael J. Major; 10Feb69; DU73509. 
NORTON FACSIMILE. See 

THE FIRST FOLIO OF SHAKESPEARE. 
NOT A USELESS CAUSE; the journal of 
events during my career as a soldier, 
including a short synopsis of my 
early life by Silas S. Mallory 
transcribed by Mac L. Keeney. '79 1 
© William Forman Mallory, jr • 
l8Feb69; C21372. 
NOT ENTIRELY NONDESCRIPT BUT PERSEPHONE 
IN THE SUN, by Bruce Kessler. 33 1. 
A play. © Bruce Kessler; 15Apr69; 
DU7t035. 
NOT GUILTY; adapted from the German of 
Helnrich Mann by Stewart H. Benedict. 
20 1. A play. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 17Mar67, DU68369. NM: 
editorial revision. © Stewart H. 
Benedict; 13Jun69; DU74548. 
NOTES ON BARK PAINTINGS, by J. A. David- 
son. 1 v. Lecture. Appl. tl. : 
Notes on aboriginal bark paintings. 
© J. A. Davidson; 9Jan69; C21278. 
THE NUDIST ADVENTURE, a short screen- 
play about family nudism by John 
Evan Roberts & Henry Alan Roberts. 
16 1. © John Evan Roberts 8: Henry 
Alan Roberts; 26Mar69; DU73907. 

THE NUMBER THREE JONESEY AND OTHER 
PRELUDES, by Dennis Williams. 49 p. 
7 plays. © Dennis Alvin Williams; 
31Dec67; DP6949. 
THE NURSERY, by Joseph Thomas Deyneka. 
58 1. A play in three acts. 
© Joseph Thomas Deyneka; l6jun69; 
DU74555. 
NURSERY PLAYS, by Leslie K. Glassberg. 
61. 2 musical plays. © Leslie K. 
Glassberg; 17Apr69; DU74130.- 



o 



HOLY NIGHT, a Christmas play in one 
act by Malre Nolan. Nashville, 
Abingdon Press. 16 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 220ct59, DU't9866. 
© Malre Nolan; lAug68 (in notice: 
1959); DP6924. 

PROMISE ME, a one act comedy for 
eight women by Beatrice Hanson. 
39 1. © Beatrice A. Hanson; 
17Peb69; DU73595. 

OASIS CORNER, a play in two acts by 
Cal Santo, pseud, of Calvin F. 
Santanastaso. 1 v. © Calvin F. 
Santanastaso; 3Mar69; DU73689. 

OBJECTIONS. See 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. Program 
no.l4. 

ODE TO A THRIFT SHOP; music by .Tames 
C. Salat, lyrics by Betty D. Salat. 
13 1. A musical play. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DU69265. NM: addition. 
© James C. Salat & Betty D. Salat; 
3OJUI68; DU73653. 

THE ODYSSEY OP SONNY & CHER, by Hal 
Ackerman (Harold Ackerman) , Phillip 
Frey, Marsha Shelness & Will Thorn- 
bury. 70 1. A screenplay. 
© Harold Ackerman, Phillip Frey, 
Marsha Shelness & Will Thornbury; 
17Feb69; DU73583. 



THE ODYSSEY OP TWIPPERDEE, a dramatic 
composition by Judith C. Kahan. 
DU7462f.'^"'^"^ '^- ^^^^"' 25Jun69; 

ODYSSEY '69, by Marion Tanner & 

Leonard Hellmers. 110 1. A play. 
© Marion Tanner & Leonard Hellmers; 
28Apr69; DU74176. 

°^?5iDBnTS:S^ °^ ™^"S AND KING OP 
DISAPPOINTMENTS, GRIEFS AND WOE 
a tragedy in five acts by WllliLn 
Farrar, pseud, of William Maldhof. 
o2 1. Appl. states prev. ree 
DU50815, 55527. NM: additions & 
^^vlslons. © William Maldhof: 
12May69; DU74383. 

OEDIPUS THE KING, by Sophocles; trans- 
lated by Paul Roche, with an Introd. 
by Raymond Palmer. New American 
Library. 92 p. (Signet books, 
P3656) © on introd., translator's 
intention & compilation of photos; 
Paul Roche; 19Nov68; A43595. 

OEUVRES COMPLETES, by Jean Genet. 
[Paris] Galllmard. 276 p. Tome 4. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Editions 
Galllmard; 30Nov68; DFO-1662. 

OEUVRES COMPLETES, de Marcel Pagnol. 

Tome IV. Judas; Fablen; Jofrol. 

Paris, Editions de Provence. 404 p. 

NM: revisions & additions. © Marcel 

Pagnol; 300c t68; DFO-I653. 
OF COURAGE UNDAUNTED, the Lewis & Clark 

story by Virginia M. Haseltine & 

James C. Cameron. 43 1. Script. 

© Virginia M. Haseltine & James C. 

Cameron; 6jan69; C21297. 

OF HAPPY HEARTS AND HORSES, by John 
Morka (B. John Morka) I7 1. A play. 
© B. John Morka; 12May69; DU74263. 

OFF LIMITS, by Allen Joseph. 53 1 
DU73563 ® *^^^" Joseph; l4Peb69; 

OFF LIMITS, by Arthur Adamov. [Paris] 
Galllmard. 179 p. (Le Manteau 
d'Arlequin) 6 scenes. French 
DFO-1665"^ °^li™ard; 15Jan69; 

THE OGRE COLLECTOR, by Gale Peterson. 
1 v. A play In 2 scenes. © Gale 
P. Peterson; 15May69; DU74251. 

OH DEAR, OH DEAR, I'M HERE, I FEAR! 
By Robbie Taylor & Peter Louvlere . 
10 1. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Robbie L. Taylor S: J. Peter 
Louvlere; l4May69; DU74400. 

OH LISTEN HOW SWEETLY THE ANGUISHED 
BULLFROGS ROAR, by Ron Hawthorne. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Ron 
Hawthorne; 22Jan69; DU73283. 

OH OH GIRLS, by Dorene Fisher Koehn. 

50 p. A musical play in 6 scenes. 
© Dorene Fisher Koehn; 22Apr69; 

DU74134. 
OH, YOU'RE TICKLIN' ME, a play in three 

acts by Patrick J. McHugh. 1 v 

© Patrick J. McHugh; 30Apr69: 

DU74389. 
OIL WELLS AND CATTLE ON A GOLF COURSE. 

See 

US GOLFERS CURSE YOU, WIDOW KINSOCK. 

THE OLD BLACK KETTLE, by Algernon D. 
Black. 4 1. Based on an old tale. 
9 Algernon D. Black; 13Feb69; C21332. 

AN OLD MAN'S PHOTOGRAPH OF THE COUNTY 
SHERIFF, a play in three acts by 
Ellsworth Harold Schave. 58 1. 
© Ellsworth Harold Schave, Jr.; 
7Apr69; DU74009. 

THE OLD TIMER; original story and 

screenplay by Rose A. Waters. 31 1. 
® Rose A. Waters; 21Jan69; DU73320. 



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33 



THE OLD WOMAN OF HAUNTED HOUSE; radio 
drama by Judson Fountain. 8 1. 
© Judson Fountain; 25Jun69; DUy'l-Sei. 

OLLANTAY; Inca musical for children by 
Barbara Wlnther. 25 1. 3 acts. 
© Barbara Wlnther; l6jun69; DUyitSsS. 

ON CAMPUS, by Bill Ramal & Dickie 
Goodman. Sheet. © Roosevelt Music 
Co., Inc.; 19Jun69; C21842. 

ON PIKE. See- 
THE TRILOGY. 

ON MODELS, by Robert Strausz-Hupe & 
Stefan T. Possony. 1 v. Lecture. 
© Robert Strausz-Hupe & Stefan T. 
Possony; igFeb69; C21560. 

ONCE A SMITH, ALWAYS A SMITH. See 
DIG THAT CRAZY FAMILY TREE. 

ONCE UPON A TIME; written by Joe 
Miy^saki & Janet Damon. 1 v. 
A teleplay. Includes music & lyrics 
to 1 song. © Joe Miyasaki; 
litJan69; DU73'^o8. 

ONCE UPON A TIME, MANY, MANY YEARS AGO. 
by George Tsltsopoulos; translation:" 
N. J. Zoumbovlakis. 1 v. A screen- 
play. © George P. Tsltsopoulos; 
27Jan69; DUT3551. 

ONDINA, a musical by James Forsyth. 
60 1. 2 pts. Based on Ondine, 
by Jean Glraudoux. Book & lyrics 
only. © James Forsyth; 12Mar69; 
DU73789. 

ONE DAY IT WILL BEGIN TO RAIN AND RAIN 
AND RAIN AMD RAIN; original story 
and screenplay by Blrgltta Ljungberg 
Cosmatos & George Pan Cosmatos. 
1st draft. 326 1. © Birgitta 
Ljungberg Cosmatos & George Pan 
Cosmatos; 21Jan69; DU73333. 

ONE DOWN, a play In one act by Eric 
Meredith Lord, pseud, of Robert 
Glenn Hafferkamp. 34 1. © Eric 
Meredith Lord; 8May69; DU74252. 

Ill ELM TREE LANE, a play in three acts 
by Dennis Lee Galling. 89 1. © Den- 
nis Lee Galling; 9Apr69; DU74044 . 

ONE HOUR BEFORE DAWN, an original story 
written and adapted for television by 
James Glazner. 50 1. A screenplay. 
© James Glazner; 20Mar69; DU73858. 

ONE MAN AND ANOTHER, a one act play by 
Howard Baron. 12 1. © Howard 
Baron; l4Feb69; DU73558. 

ONE MAN'S PASSAGE, by Joshua K. Holies. 
30 1. A play in 3 acts. © Joshua K. 
Bolles; 3Apr69; DU74425. 

ONE OF THE GIRLS, a drama by Margaret 
A. Leone. 1 v. 5 acts. © Margaret 
Amelia Leone; 15May69; DU74286. 

ONE PLUS ONE PLUS ONE, by Henry Kitt. 
1 V. A play. © Henry Kitt; 3Jan69; 
DU73212. 

THE ONE THAT DOESN'T HAVE A TITLE IS 
THE ONLY ONE TO HAVE, by Tom Oliver, 
pseud, of Thomas Oliver Crehore. 
55 1. A musical play. Book & 
lyrics only. © Tom Oliver; 2Jun69; 
DU74445. 

ONE-WAY STREET, a musical play in four 
acts; book & lyrics by Joseph P. 
Vella. 77 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Joseph P. Vella; 4Apr69; DP6989. 

ONE WAY TICKET ON THE HADES EXPRESS, 
an American cavalcade by Eleanor 
Zimmer. 123 1- 3 acts. © Eleanor 
Barbara Zimmer; 17Feb69; DU73937 . 

ONE WITH EVERYTHING, a play by Ben 
Rosenthal. 1 v. 2 acts. © Ben 
Rosenthal; 4jun69; DU74476. 



ONION ROOT TIP SQUASH TECHNIQUE. 
4 1. A filmstrlp script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp. 
© General Learning Corp.; 22Apr69; 
C21654 . 

THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN, by Frank D. 
Gllroy. New York, Random House. 
105 p. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 28Aug67, DU695OI. NM: revision. 
© Frank D. Gllroy; 7Jan69 (in notice: 
1968); DP7015. 

ONLY IN THE DARK, a comedy by Csaba 
Teglas. 37 1- 3 scenes. © Csaba 
Teglas; 17Jan69; DU73301. 

ONLY YOU, DICK DANLEY, CAN SAVE US NOW! 
A musical In one act by Don A. 
Mueller (Donald A. Mueller) 2 v. 
© Don A. Mueller; 10Peb69; DU73459. 

ONYX, a play by Don Rico. 112 1. 
3 acts. © Don Rico; 13Jun59; 
DU74642. 

OOM BALOOM! By Turner Rose. 1 v 
A play in 3 acts. © Turner Rose; 
26Peb69; DU75663. 

OPEN PHRASE AND OPEN SENTENCE. 5 1. 
A script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
llMar69; C21454. 

OPEN SENTENCE: READING AND INTERPRETING. 
6 1. Recording script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manufactur- 
ing Co. © Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co.; 4Apr69; C21615 . 

OPEN SENTENCE: SOLUTION. 7 1. 

A script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
lIMar69; C 214 79. 

OPEN THE DOOR RICHARD, by Plgmeat 
Markham, pseud, of Dewey Markham. 
51. A script. © Dewey Markham; 
lMay69; C21752. 

OPERATION SIDEWINDER, a play by Sam 
Shepard, pseud, of Sam Shepard 
Rogers. 1 V. 2 acts. © Sam 
Shepard; 17Feb69; DU73586. 

OPERATION ULCER, a screenplay written 
by M. Yvonne Isrlel. 169 1. 
© M. Yvonne Isrlel; 24Mar69; 
DU73886. 

AN ORDINARY MAN, by Mel Arrighi. 

Dramatists Play Serylce. 70 p. 

2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 

19Dec66, DU67479. NM: additions & 

revisions. © Mel Arrighi; 28Mar69; 

DP6959. 
ORGASM OF AMGEIA MAMDLEBAUM. See 

DESTINATIONS. 

THE ORIENTALS, a one act play by 
Stephen Greece. 43 1. © Stephen 
Richard Greece; 21Apr69; DU74123. 

ORIENTATION PROGRAM SOUND ON SLIDE. 
10 1. A slide script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 21Jan69; C21281. 

ORION NOCTURNE, by John P. Downes. 
70 1. A play. © John P. Downes; 
6jan69; DU73216. 

ORPHEUS, a dance-play in one act by 
Wallace Hamilton. 21 1. S Wallace 
Hamilton; 10Feb69; DU73499. 

OSIRIS IN FUN CITY, by Stanley Seidman. 
39 1. A play. © Stanley Seidman; 
26Feb69; DU73842. 
OSMIN AND THE SLAVES. See 
TURKISH DELIGHT. 



OTHER BASES, CONVERTING TO BASE 10. 
4 1. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; llApr69; C21633. 



OUR AMERICAN COUSIN IN DALLAS. 
LINCOLN KILLED KENNEDY. 



See 



OUR BED IS GREEN, by Aviva Ravel, 
pseud, of Eva Rubalsky. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts . © Eva Rubalsky; 
llApr69; DU74104. 

OUR LITTLE LEFT WING, a comedy In 
three acts by Louis Escobedo & 
Stanley Pontenelle. 1 v. © Louis 
P. Escobedo & Stanley Fontenelle; 
7Peb69; DU73475. 

OUR SEARCH FOR IDENTITY, a lecture on 
Christian Science by Norman B. 
Holmes. Folder. © Norman B. Holmes; 
30Jan59; C21445 . 

OUR SHRINKING WORLD. 4 1. Recording 
script. © Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co.; l4Mar69; C21502. 

OUR STAN; A new musical tragicomedy 
book, music & lyrics by Paul Krueger. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Paul Henry Krueger; 
9Jan69; DU73244 . 

OUR 26 HELPERS, by Leo S. Rosenorans. 
11 1. A film script. (We learn to 
read, pt.l) ©Jerry Fairbanks Pro- 
ductions of Calif.; l9Peb69; C21364 

OUT ISLAND CAPER. See 
THE SCHOONER BAY CAPER. 

THE OUT OF WORK PEACEMAKER, by Marie 
Smith. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Marie E. Smith; 10Mar69; DU73742. 

OUTCASTS, a play in four acts on the 
message of the Mahatma, by C . P. Rao. 
52 1. © Chintalapudy Purnachandra 
Rao; 19May69; DU74354. 

THE OUTCASTS, an original musical 
entertainment by Owen Murphy. 1 v. 
4 scenes. Book only. © Owen 
Laurence Murphy; 13May69; DU74391. 

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES WITH UNCEE WILL. 
See 

BIGHORNS. 

HOME TO OAK CREEK. 
WHITE WATER. 
THE WILD PONIES OF CHINCOTEAGUE. 

OVER THE CANDLESTICK, by Ray Buck 

(Raymond J. Buck, Jr.) 96 1. A play 
In 3 acts. © Raymond J. Buck, Jr.; 
17Apr69; DU74150. 

OVER THE GLASS MOUNTAIN, by Martha 
Fuentes. 85 1. A play for tele- 
vision. © Martha Ayers Fuentes; 
27Feb69; DU75698. 

THE OXCART (La carreta) By Rene 

Marques; translated from the Spanish 
by Charles Pllditch. New York, 
Scribner. 155 P- (Scribner school 
paperbacks, SSP 25) © on abridge- 
ment; Rene Marques; 6Mar69; A71977. 



P.K., a film script by Andrew Bro & 
Ronald Duffy. 163 1 . © Andrew Bro 
& Ronald Duffy; 10Feb69; DU73548. 

LA PACIENCE DE JOB, A CRITICAL EDITION, 
by Rosemary Irene Hodgins. Ann 
Arbor, University Mircofilras Library 
Services. Microfilm. (Doctoral 
dissertation series) French text 
with English introd. &: notes. 
© Rosemary Irene Hodgins; 31Jan69; 
A5676I. 
THE PACKAGE, a play in one scene by 
Kenneth Mondshein. 20 1. © Kenneth 
Mondshein; 9Jun69; DU74509. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-Jvme 



PAIDj a drama in ten scenes by J. T. 
Ellas. 101 1. ® Jacob T. Ellas; 
lMay69; DU7t204. 
PAIN AMD PRESSURE. See 
HOW DO YOU KNOW. 

A PAINT BOX TO GROW ON, by Mike 

Mlchaelson (Manuel Mlchaelson) 52 1 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book only' 
© Manuel Mlchaelson; 8jan69; DU73229. 

PAINTER. See 

JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, PAINTER. 

A PAIR OF SANDALS, by Virgil L. Andrews, 
Jr. 32 1. A play in 3 acts. 
S Virgil L. Andrews, Jr.: 19May69: 
DU74352. 

EL PAIS DE LA SONRISA (Das Land des 
Laechelns) Opereta romatlca en tres 
actos de Victor Leon, Ludwlg Herzer 
y Fritz LBhner, muslca de Franz 
Lehar, libreto de Hugo Monte. 53 1. 
Libretto. Appl. states prev. reg 
28Dec29, DF28459. NM: Spanish 
translation. © Glocken Verlae, Ltd • 
20Feb69; DU73621. 

PAN AMERICAN INSTITUTE, NO. 3: BASIC 
MIND DEVELOPMENT COURSE, by 
Archie R. Sweeney. Script tape no.l- 
10. 1 V. © Archie R. Sweeney; 
iBAprSg; C21662. 

THE PANAMA CANAL. 6 1. Appl. author: 
Cultural History Research. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co; 2Jun69; C2I8IO. 

PANCHO, PANCHO, by Marsha Shelness. 

5 1. A script. ©Marsha Shelness: 
13Feb69; C21358. 

THE PANEL, by Kenneth Bernard. 91 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 19Sep67, DU69629. NM: additions 

6 revisions. © Kenneth Bernard; 
29May69; DU74422. 

PANTY RAID, by John Donald O'Shea. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© John Donald O'Shea; 10Feb69; 
DU73t't7 . 

A PANZER FOR BILLY, by Michael Elliott 
Keen, 1 v, A play in 5 acts. 
© Michael Elliott Keen; 10Jun69; 
DU74515. 

PAPA AND SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE RACES, 
a TV drama by Ruth Green. (Ruth Green 
Bornsteln) 27 1. 2 acts. © Ruth 
Green; 23Dec68; DU739'tO. 

PAPER DOLL HOUSE, a play in four acts 
by Anne Jenks . 95 1- © Anne Jenks; 
10Feb69; DU73507 . 

PAPER MACHE, by Lucille Hauser. 5 1. 
A play. © Lucille Hauser; 25Mar69; 
DU73901. 

THE PARABLE OF THE KIDRON VALLEY, a 
short chancel play by Josephine 
Haywood; the anthem for choir & 
congregation, Yet will I love him, 
by Robert J. Kintner. Dallas, 
Choristers Guild. 32 p. Includes 
one song. ® Choristers Guild; 
2ltJun69; A78046. 

THE PARABLE OF THE WORMS; or, Lolita 
and the swan. A play in one act by 
Hal Ackerman (Harold Ackerraan) 
23 1. ® Harold Ackerman; 26May69; 
DUJhhll. 

PARADISE GLOSSED, a comic masque in 
three acts by Charles F. Herberger. 
69 1. Includes music for 1 song. 
© Charles Frederick Herberger; 
8May69; DU74253. 

PARADISE NOW, a play by Judith Malina Sc 
Julian Beck. 22 1. 8 rungs. 
® Judith Malina & Julian Beck; 
2May69; DU7't209. 
THE PARIS EXERCISE, by Robert Summers. 
^, ^■,„'^ play. ©Robert Summers; 
ll^NoveS; DU73tl*6. 



A PARK IS 4 PEOPLE, a love musical; 
book & lyrics by Paul Cherry, music 
by Richard Foltz . 1 v. Book & 
lyrics only. © Paul Cherry; 28Apr68; 
DU74099. 

THE PARLOR GAME, a play in three acts 
by Robert Campbell & Mervyn Murphy. 
107 1. © Mervyn J. Murphy; 27Jan69; 
DU73355 . 

THE PART, an original one act comedy 
by David V. Rowland. 21 1. 
© David V. Rowland; llApr69; DU74146. 

THE PARTISANS, by Bruce Laird. 249 1. 
An opera. © Bruce Laird; 24Mar69: 
DU73917. 

THE PARTY, by Pigmeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 4 1. A script. © Dewey 
Markham; 7Jan69; C21387. 

A PARTY OF ONE, a one act play by 
Frank Phillips. 24 1. ©Frank 
Phillips III; 5Feb69; DU73439. 

THE PASSING OF AN ACTOR, a tragi- 
comedy in one act by Wlllard Simms. 
Dramatists Play Service. 26 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 13Aug68, 
DU72169. NM: additions & revisions 
© Wlllard Slmras; l8Dec68; DP6891. 

THE PASSION COOKIE; story (^ screenplay 
by Peter Savage a.k.a. Peter 
Petrella. 92 1. © Frank Peter 
Petrella; 17Apr69; DU74398. 

LA PASSION DU GENERAL FRANCO, de Armand 
Gatti. [Paris] Editions du Seuil. 
127 p. © Editions du Seull; 15Nov68: 
DFO-1650. 



A PASSOVER FANTASY, SAGES OF THE AGES, 
by D. Jacobson. 4 1. A play in 2 
acts . © Dorothy Jacobson; 19Feb69; 
DU73822. 

PASSPORT. See 
FRIDAY NIGHT. 



PASSPORT TO LIFE, by Burt Marnik, 
pseud, of Stanley Weinstein. 1 v. 
A play In three acts. ® Stanley 
Weinstein; l6Jun69; DU74584. 

PATER FAMILIAS, by Evelyn Selters. 
98 1. A play in 3 acts. © Evelyn 
B. Selters; 4Apr69; DU74001. 

THE PATHFINDER; written by Gerry 

Fleming (Geraldlne R. Fleming) 75 1. 
A play in three acts. © Gerry 
Fleming; 30Jun69; DU74674. 

THE PATIENT, by Harold Greenwald. 99 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Harold Green- 
wald; 28jan69; DU73368. 

PATIENTS' PATIENCE, a play in one act 
by Elizabeth Bilton. 31 1. 
® Elizabeth Bilton; 6Jun69; DU74486. 

PATROL, by Steve Shapiro. I8 1. A 
screenplay in three acts. © Steve 
Shapiro; 28May69; DU74530. 

PEANUTS . See 

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO PEANUTS. 

PENDULUM. See 
W0RU3 OF DREAMS. 

THE PEOPLE NEXT DOOR, by JP Miller. 
Dramatists Play Service. 52 p. 
2 acts. © Kingwood Enterprises, Inc.; 
l4Apr69; DP6958. 
THE PEOPLE REJOICE, an historical 

pageant by Dale Wilson; music by Dale 
Wilson & C. Blnns. 1 v. Includes 
lyrics. © Dale Wilson & C. Blnns; 
3Feb69; DU75538. 

THE PEOPLE'S HEART, a one act play by 
Benjamin Barber. 34 1. © Benjamin 
R. Barber; 21Jan69; DU73530. 



LA PERCEE SCIENTIFIQUE DANS LA RELI- 
GION (The scientific breakthrough in 
religion) Conference sur la Science 
Chretlenne de Otto Bertschl; Nicole 
Bex, translator. 23 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l6Feb68, C20336. © otto 
Bertschl; 3Feb69; C21308. 

PERCENTS GREATER THAN 100^. 5 1. A re- 
cording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining Sc Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; C21527. 

PER CENTS LESS THAN 1%. 5 1. A re- 
cording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
® Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; C21539. 

THE PERCEPTION GAME, by John A. 

Mercuric. 5 1. Script. ® John A. 
Mercuric; 3Jun69; C21771. 

PERIOD PIECE, a play by Helene E. Nel- 
son. 125 1. 3 acts. With music. 
® Helene E. Nelson; l4Apr69; 
DU73976 . 

DIE PERLE VON TOKAY; operette in fiinf 
Bildern von Max Wallner und Kurt 
Feltz; Musik von Fred Raymond. 
Berlin, Erben. II5 p. Libretto. 
® Felix Bloch Erben; 7Feb4l; DF1967. 

EIN PERMANENTER DflMMERSCHOPPEN; Gerede, 
Szenen, Songs fur subventloniertes 
Theater In zwei Akten by Richard Hey. 
Wlen, Universal Edition. I53 p. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
©Universal Edition, A.G.; 3Jul68; 
DF1988. 

PERSON OR PERSONS UNKNOWN, an original 
screenplay by Sol Kaplan, George 
Pitt & Reva Schleslnger. l42 1. 
© George R. Pitt, Sol Kaplan & Reva 
Schleslnger; 7Feb69; DU73482. 
PERSONAL FINANCE. See 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. Program 
no. 13. 

THE PETALS ARE FALLING, a two act 
play by John Pettibone. 131 1. 
® John Francis Pettibone; 4Feb69; 

DU73431. 

LA PETENERA, by Daniel Fernandez. 65 1. 

A play in 3 acts. © Daniel Fernandez; 

30Apr69; DU74195. 
PETER AMD THE WOLF, an adaptation in 

mime by Cristlna L. White. 16 1. 

© Cristlna L. White; l8Feb69; DU73527. 

PETER GLYNN, a new musical fantasy; 
book & lyrics by Joe Taylor Ford; 
music by Robert M. Benjamlnson & Joe 
Taylor Ford. 2 v. 2 acts. ® Joe 
Taylor Ford & Robert Morris 
Benjamlnson; l6Jun69; DU74566. 

PETER GRIMES; opera en trois actes et 
un prologue; muslque de Benjamin 
Britten, livret de Montagu Slater 
d'apres le poeme de George Crabbe, 
traduction franpalse de Roger 
Lalande. Paris [appl. states United 
Kingdom] Llbralrie Theatrale. 49 p 
Book only. Appl. states prev. pub 
20Jun45, D76423. ® Bocsey & Hawkes 
Ltd.; 27Jun68; DFO-I655. ' 

PHENOMENON, a musical collage; lyrics 
and book by James Morgan. 52 1. 
Book & lyrics only. ® James F. 
Morgan III; 21Jan69; DU73325 . 

PHILANA; screenplay by Gerald A. 

Browne. I05 1. ® Gerald A. Browne; 
10Mar69; DU73749. 

PHILINE, eln Stack fur verliebte 
Leute von Jo Hanns Rosier. Berlin, 
F. B. Erben. 1 v. 3 acts. © Felix 
Bloch Erben (In notice: Die Drehbiihne); 
20Mar43; DF1958. 



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35 



PHILOSOPHY IN THE BOUDOIR, by Marquis 
de Sade, adapted for the stage by- 
Eric Kahane, translated by Alex 
Szogyi. 58 1. ® Alex Szogyi & Noel 
Weiss; 27Marb9; DU73920. 

PHILOSOPHY OF COMMUNISM. See 

FIFTY LECTURES ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF 
COMMUNISM. 

THE PHONE CALL, a one act play by 
Jenna Icke (Virginia K. Icke) 
27 1. ® Jenna Icke: 13Jan69: 
DU75257. 

PHONIC ANALYSIS READING TAPES; script 
for recording by Roberta La Coste. 
1 V. (Ideal structured reading 
tapes, series 2795) © Ideal School 
Supply Co.; lApr69; C21577. 

PHOTOSYNTHESIS. 5 1. Recording script. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; lliMar69; C21495. 

THE PICASSO MUSICAL, a theatrical 
collage by Alan Foster Friedman. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Alan Foster Friedman; 3Apr69; 
DU75985. 

PICTURE OP DORIAN GRAY. See 
DORIAN, NEW MUSIC THEATRE. 

THE PIECES, a drama in three acts by 
Barry D. Schneider. 1st ed. New 
York, Vantage Press. 90 p. 
© Barry D. Schneider; 30No^/68; 
A49645 . ' 

PIG. See 

THE UNDERTAKING; THIEF; THE PIG. 

THE PIGEONS OF ST. PATRICK'S, by Chris 
Gamboni (Christopher Gamboni) & 
Ronald Nash. 90 1. A screenplay. 
© Christopher Gamboni & Ronald Nash; 
23Jun69; DU74617. 

PILOT PROJECT, a play by E. L. Robert- 
son. 1 V. 7 scenes. © Earl 
Lawrence Robertson; l4Feb69; DU73590. 

PINEVILLE INCIDENT, an original screen- 
play by Leonard Wise. 127 1. 
® Leonard Wise; 13Jan69; DU75256. 

PINOCCHIO, a play based on the novel 
by Carlo Collodi, pseud, of Carlo 
Lorenzini, by John J. Baldwin, Jr. 
9 scenes. © John James Baldwin, Jr • 
17Mar69; DU75812. 
PINOCCHIO GOES TO THE MOON; screenplay 
by William Starkey. 75 1. © William 
Starkey; 6jun69; DU74527. 
A PLACE CALLED HALLOWEEN, an original 
musical for television by Ray 
Reese, music by Joseph E. Seiter, 
lyric by Ray D. Reese. 1 v. 
4 acts. Based on the novel of the 
same title. © Ray D. Reese & 
Joseph E. Seiter; 10Mar69; uU7374l. 
THE PLAN TO BRING HAPPINESS TO OLIVE 
AND GRAND, by Richard Damar, pseud, 
of Jon David Flinn & Marion P. Holt. 
1 V. A play. © Richard Damar; 
28Apr69; DU74179. 
PLANET 14405, an original screenplay 
by Fima H. Noveck. Pt.l: Before the 
beginning. I03 1. © Fima H. Noveck; 
l4Apr69; DU74059. 

PLASTIC GOLD, by Richard T. Heffron. 
115 1. A screenplay. © Medion, 
Inc.; 29Jan69; DU73372. 

THE PLATFORM, NOW AND THEN, by John 
Lewin & James Lineberger. 1 v. A 
musical play in 2 acts. Book Sc lyrics 
only. © John Lewin & James Line- 
berger; 25N0V68; DU73522. 

PLAY; in one act by Clarence Morley. 
107 1. © Clarence Morley; 3Mar69; 
DU73694. 



PLAY B-I, by Wendell Metzger. 85 1. 
Play. © Wendell Metzger; 6May69; 
DU74240. 

PLAY STRINDBERG; arrangiert von Fried- 
rich DUrrenmatt. 120 p. August 
Strindberg's Totentanz . German. 
© Reiss, A.G.; 20Mar69; DU75846. 

THE PLAY WITHIN, a one act play by 
Helen Duberstein (Helen Duberstein 
Lipton) 26 1. © Helen Duberstein 
Lipton; llMar69; DU73753 . 

THE PLAYER PIANO, a one act play by 
Helen Duberstein (Helen Duberstein 
Lipton) 28 1. © Helen Duberstein 
Lipton; llMar69; DU73754. 

PLAYMATES, BOXERS, WITH HEART, a 

comedy in three acts by E. J. Salva- 
torl. 124 1. © Erwin J. 
Salvatori; 12Mar69; DU73759. 

PLAYS: SECOND SERIES, by George Gott. 
The lice of Eurydice; The hackberry 
tree; The cave of Polyphemus. 20 1. 
© George Gott; 27Feb69; DU73672. 

PLAYS, VOLUME V. By Eugene lonesco; 
translated by Donald Watson. Exit 
the king; Foursome; The motor show. 
London, J. Calder. 115 p. 5 plays. 
NM: translation. © John Calder (Pub- 
lishers) Ltd.; 20Aug63; DFI963. 

PLAYSONGS, by Joseph Scott Klerland. 
1 v. A play. © Joseph Scott 
Kierland; 21Jan69; DU73310. 

^^nS?^" ?\^"? ^^™ DISPONIBLE (God's 
power at hand) Una conferencia de la 

Al?on h'^^^'"^"^ P°^ "illi^ Henry 
Alton; Horacio 0. Rivas, translator, 
ly 1. Appl. states prev. reff 
21Mar66 CI8456. © Willia^'f^^ry 
Alton; 3Feb69; C21305. 
POETIC SUITE ON ARABS AND ISRAELIS, by 

Glory Van Scott. Section I-IV: Life; 

Religion; War; Aftermath. 4 v. 

© Glory Van Scott; 5Mar69; C21514. 

POETRY. 10 v. 10 recording scripts. 
Appl. author: Education Unlimited 
Corp. © Education Unlimited Corp.; 
9Jun69; C21793. 
POLLY WANTS A PIRATE. See 

JACK-ON-A-STRING . 
PONCE DE LEON AND THE UNDERTAKER, by 
Lee Hirsey. 124 1. A play in 3 
acts. ® Lee Hirsey; 8jan69: 
DU73251. 
POOR SEYMOUR, in one scene of one act 
by John H. Lane. 23 1. A play. 
© John H. Lane; 3Feb69; DU73427. 
POPCORN AND RANDY AND LAVENDAR, a 
phonograph play for children by 
Blake Leach, music by Steven Gilbert. 
22 1. Book & lyrics only. © Blake 
Leach; 26Mar69; DU73781. 

POPULAR PLAYS FOR TEEN-AGERS, a collec- 
tion of royalty free, one act dramas 
& comedies for young actors by Anne 
Coulter Martens. Boston, Plays. 
39'* P- © Anne Coulter Martens; 
3Jun68; A66303. 

POPULARITY VS. LEADERSHIP: AN 

INTRODUCTION TO THE PROBLEM. 9 1. 
Appl. author: National Leadership 
Methods, Inc. © National Leadership 
Methods, Inc.; 26jun69; C2l860. 

POR LA PUENTE, JUANA. See 

TRANSLATIONS OF THREE PLAYS BY LOPE 
DE VEGA: LA MOZA DE CA'TARO, EL 
ACERO DE MADRID, AND FjR LA PUENTE, 
JUANA; WITH AN INVESTIGATION OF 
THEIR DRAMATIC FORM. 

PORQUE ME DA LA GANAl By Magdalena 
Mondragon; edited by John Samacki. 
New York, Odyssey Press. I08 p. 
4 acts. Appl. author: Western Pub. 
Co., Inc., employer for hire. 
NM: introd., vocabulary & editorial 
additions. ® Western Pub. Co., Inc.; 
110ct68; A47529. 



PORTRAIT; in six scenes by Jeffrey 
Levy. 15 1. A play. © Jeffrey 
Levy; 2May69; DU74211. 

THE PORTUGUESE BIRD CLAW, a play in 
one act by Jon Cloud van Leuven. 
37 1. © Jon Cloud van Leuven; 
6Feb69; DU73469. 

THE PORTUGUESE FISHERMAN, a three act 
play by Linda Stockham. 74 1. 
© Linda J. Stockham; 24Mar69; 
DU73895 . 
POSTCARDS, a play in one act by James 
Prideaux. 23 1. © James Prideaux; 
28Apr69; DU74178. 
THE POSTOFFICE, a comedy with songs in 
one act by Vera Laski. 1 v. 
9 scenes. © Vera P. Laski; l8Apr69; 
DU74110. 
THE POTTY, a play in one act by 

Robert Somerfeld. 37 1. ® Robert 
Somerfeld; 7Apr69; DU740CI5 . 

POWER CUT, a play by Franklin Engel & 
Miranda McDermott . 48 1. A play in 
2 parts. ® Franklin Engel & Miranda 
McDermott; 19Feb69; DU73825. 

THE POWER OF MEDITATION, by Gene Emmet 
Clark 7 1. © Gene Emmet Clark; 
21Mar69; C21562. 

PRACTICAL CHEISnAHITY. See 
Al-MASIHIYAH AL- 'iLMIYAH. 

PRACTICAL THEATRICAL JOKE IN TWO 
ACTS. See 
DOWN THE MORNING LINE. 

PRAIRIE AUGUST, by Virginia Sparr. 
20 1. A play in 1 act. ® Virginia 
Sparr; 22Apr69; DU74139. 

PRAIRIE TOWN, a two act dramatlco- 
musical by Mabel Johnson. 87 1. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 15Sep58, DU47625. 
NM: lyrics. ® Mabel Johnson; 
12Mar69; DU73664. 

PRAYER TO LITTLE CHILDREN, a reading by 
Milton Geiger. 4 1. © Milton 
Geiger; 10Mar69; C21451. 

PREACHER ON A POGO STICK, by Horace B. 
Loomls, Sr. 1 v. 10 children's 
sermons. Appl. author: Horace B. 
Loomis, Jr. ® Loomls Enterprises; 
23Jun69; C21848. 

THE PREGNANT KATZ, a compact play 
by Roc Roda a.k.a. Richard N. 
Richonne. 55 1. ® Richard N 
Richonne; 13Jan69; DU73261. 

A PRESENT FOR BETSY, by Shirley Brown. 
5 1. A script. © Shirley Brown; 
17Dec68; C21258. 

PRESENTATION TO THE FOUNDRY MANAGEMENT 
ASSOCIATION, by John C. McNeirney. 

9 1. Lecture. Appl. author: 
Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; 2Apr69; 
C21556. 

THE PRESIDENCY, by Norman C. Thomas, 
Tapes Unlimited, a division of Edu- 
cation Unlimited Corp. 1 v. 

10 recording scripts. Appl. author: 
Education Unlimited Corp., employer 
for hire. ® Education Unlimited 
Corp.; 22Jan69; C21276. 

A PRESSING PROBLEM, a play in three 
acts by Jeremiah Akers, pseud, of 
James W. Clark. 1 v. © James W. 
Clark; 6May69; DU74239. 

PRETTY EYES, a three act play by Harry 
T. Ferris. 64 1. © Harry T. Ferris; 
4Apr69; DU74003. 

THE PREVALENCE OF WITCHES; dramatized 
by Wright Johnson. 80 1. 3 acts. 
Based on the satire by Aubrey 
Menen. © H. Wright Johnson; l6Apr69; 
DU73997. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



PREVEMTION & CURE OP CANCEE. See 
[PREVENTION & CURE OF THE DEGENERA- 
TIVE DISEASES, PLUS OF THE CARDIO- 
VASCULAR ONES, AND OF CANCER] 

PREVENTION & CURE OF THE DEGENERATIVE 
DISEASES . See 

[PREVENTION & CURE OF THE DEGENERA- 
TIVE DISEASES, PLUS OF THE CARDIO- 
VASCULAR ONES, AND OF CANCER] 

[PREVENTION & CURE OF THE DEGENERATIVE 
DISEASES, PLUS OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR 
ONES, AND OF CANCER] By Chrlstoph 
Matzuran. 7 p. 5 lectures. Con- 
tents: Cure & prevention of the car- 
diovascular diseases. — Prevention & 
cure of cancer. — Prevention & cure of 
the degenerative diseases. Appl. 
states Prevention & cure of the degen- 
erative diseases prev. reg. SNovSi, 
C217165. NM: additions & revisions. 
® Chrlstoph Matzuran; 20Mar69; C21513. 

THE PRICE, a play by Arthur Miller. 
Dramatists Play Service. 85 p. Two 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
22Jan68, DU70603. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Arthur Miller & 
Ingeborg M. Miller, trustee: 24jun69; 
DP7012. 

THE PRICE OF A CALF, a Christmas drama 
In six scenes by Mildred L. Wills. 
Kansas City, Mo., Llllenas Pub. Co. 
12 p. © Lillenas Pub. Co., a regis- 
tered trade name of the Nazarene Pub. 
House; 31Jan69; DP696l( . 

PRIMARY MATH CONCEPTS; script no. 2501- 
2505, by Education Unlimited Corp. 
1 V. 5 recording scripts. © Educa- 
tion Unlimited Corp.; llDec68; 
C21271. 

THE PRIME MINISTER'S TATTOOS; screen- 
play by Jack Jacobs; story by Malvin 
Wald & Jack Jacobs. II9 1. © Jack 
Jacobs & Malvin Wald; 19Jun69; 
DU745^'^,. 

PRIME NUMBERS. 4 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
19Mar69; C21538. 

PRINCE KEVIN'S MAGIC TOUCH, an original 
play for children and adults by 
Robert Clymlre; music by Dick Swine- 
hart. '*3 1. 2 acts. Includes music 
for 1 song. © Robert Clymlre; 
26May69; DU74405. 
PRINCESS ADD THE FROG. See 

THE FROG PRINCE. 
PRINCESS OF SERENE. See 
THE FROG PRINCE. 
THE PRINCESS TRAVELS; or, The road 
through Albania Is fraught with per- 
il, but love will find a way. A 
farce for unusually overprlvlleged 
children by Don Braswell. 52 1. 
A musical play in 3 pts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Don Merton Braswell; 
14Feb69; DU73570. 



PRISONER AND ESCORT. 

COCKADE. 
PRISONER OF RUDOLPH. 

CAPTURED. 



See 



See 



THE PRIVATE AGONY OF LEONARD COHN, 
a play In three acts by Norman Beim. 
1 v. © Norman Beim; 8Apr69; 
DU71027. 

A PRIVATE COLLECTION, a comedy in 
three acts by Benjamin W. Newman. 
1 V. © Benjamin W. Newman; 
15Apr69; DU7tli(l. 

PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL LECTURE, 
by Thomas E. Herrod. 1 v. 10 pts 
© Thomas E. Herrod; litFeb69; 021351 



PROBLEM SOLVING: ENOUGH INFORMATION 
GIVEN? 51. A script. Appl. au- 
thor: Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co. © Minnesota Mining Sc Manufac- 
turing Co.; llMar69; C2l48l. 

PROBLEM SOLVING - PARTS OF A PROBLEM. 
51. A script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; llMar69; C2l480. 

PROBLEM SOLVING, STEPS TO BE .FOLLOWED . 
61. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 19Mar69; C21535. 

PROBLEM SOLVING: TOO MUCH INFORMATION? 

5 1. A script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; llMar69; C2l582. 

PROBLEM SOLVING, USING WHAT YOU KNOW. 
61. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 19Mar69; C21532. 

PROCEDURE. See 
UNDERSTUDY NIGHT. 

PROCESS OF ELIMINATION; multiple screen- 
play by N. M. McClaln. I56 1. 
© Nolarid Milton McClaln; 12May69; 
DU74266. 

THE PRODIGAL SON; third parable for 
church performance, op.8l, by William 
Plomer; set to music by Benj'amin 
Britten. London, Faber Music. 36 p. 
Libretto. ©Faber Music, Ltd.; 
6jun68; DF1946. 

PR0DIGA1£ CROSSING, a play in three 
acts by Ralph Bobb. 1 v. © Sydney 
Ralph Bobb; 24Feb69; DU73638. 

PROFILES OF NEGROES IN THE HISTORY OF 
THE UNITED STATES, by Kay Saunders 
& Titus Saunders. 12 1. Recording 
script. © Kay Saunders & Titus 
Saunders; l6Apr69; C21572. 

THE PROGRAMMING OF TIME. See 
SALES DYNAMICS. 

PROGRESS IN CALIFORNIA. See 
CALIFORNIA TODAY. 

PROLOGUE TO A KING HAS NO LIFE OF HIS 
OWN, a musical drama by Roy de S. 
Horn. 7 1. Includes lyrics to 1 
song. Appl. states prev. reg. 
70ct57, EU49572t. NM: all new ex- 
cept song Never do no cuddlln ' , 
originally entitled Oh, save up all 
your cuddlln'. ©Roy de S. Horn; 
28jan69; DU73't49. 

THE PROMISE, by Aleksel Arbuzov; trans- 
lated by Ariadne Nicolaeff . London, 
New York, Oxford University Press. 
76 p. (Oxford paperbacks, no.lj't) 
3 acts. © Ariadne Nicolaeff; 25May67; 
DFI965 . 

THE PROMISE, by John Kllllnger. l»7 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © John Kllllnger; 
21Jan69; DU73308. 

THE PROMISED SON OF GOD, by Muriel S. 
Johnson. 32 p. NM: additions. 
© Dept. of Christian Education; 
110ot68; DP6988. 

PROPORTION. 5 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. ® Minnesota Mining 

6 Manufacturing Co.; 'tApr69; C2l6o6. 

PROPHECY IN ISRAEL, a series of four 
addresses by Thomas W. Buckley. 1 v 
©Thomas W. Buckley; 2Jan69; C21350.' 



PROPORTIONS AND INDIRECT MEASUREMENT. 
51. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; lApr69; C21595. 

PROPORTIONS-COMPLEX FRACTIONS. 4 1. 
A script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
llMar69; C21458. 

PROPS, ACT II, by Bob Randall, pseud, 
of Stanley Goldstein. 71 1. A play. 
© Bob Randall; 12Feb69; DU73539. 

PROSE. 1 v. 10 tape scripts. Appl. 
author: Education Unlimited Corp 
© Education Unlimited Corp.; 
24Apr69; C21672. 

PROSPER, by Arlys M. Nlssen. 49 1. 
A play. © Arlys M. Nlssen; 23May69; 
DU74468. 

PUMPERNICKEL ICE CREAM, by Walt 
Hudglns (Walter Edward Hudglns) 
46 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 9Jan69, EU97299. NM: 
addition. © Walter Edward Hudglns; 
22May69; DU74341. 

PUNCH AND JUDAS, by Paul Lion. 20 1. 
A play in 1 act. © Paul Hon; 
26Mar69; DU73909. 

UN PUNTO QUE SE PIERDE EN LA DIS- 
TANCIA, by Yolanda Ortal. 28 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Yolanda Ortal; 
24Mar69; DU73883. 

THE PUPPET, a two act tragedy by 
James Childs. 102 1. © James E. 
Childs; 31Jan69; DU7338O. 

THE PURCHASE OF ALASKA. 6 1. Appl. 
author: Cultural History Research. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 2Jun69; C2l807. 

PURSUER. See 
TOIRIDHE. 

PYGMALION, a play in one act by Wallace 
Hamilton. 8 1. 9 Wallace Hamilton; 
10Feb69; DU73498. 



Q189/2B; or. My life and times as an 
obsolete man. By Thomas De Felice. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. With lyrloa 
for 1 song. © Thomas De Felice; 
24Feb69; DU73627 . 

QUALITY MOTIVATION, by Lew Beem. I7 1. 
Recording script. © Gerber Products 
Co.; l4Feb69; C21377. 

QUE LO GOBIERNA A UD.? (What governs 
you?l Conferencla sobre la Clencia 
Cristlana by James Spencer; Horacio 
0. Rlvas, translator. 40 1. Appl 
states prev. reg. 4Dec67, C20264. 
© James Spencer; 5Feb69; 021303. 

QUEEN'S REVENGE. See 
THREE BLACK COMEDIES. 

QUEL EST LE BIEN QUI SATISFAIT? 

(What Is the good that satisfies?) 
Conference sur le Science Chretienne 
par Edward C. Williams; Marc E. 
Engeler, translator. 26 1. Appl. 
tl.: A lecture on Christian Science. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Jul65, 
C17826; 7Dec65, BB29302. © Edward C. 
Williams; 28Feb69; C21430. 

QUESENTE AND HER PRIEST, by Ellsworth 
Harold Behave. 55 1. A play in 
7 scenes with 3 Interludes. 
® Ellsworth Harold Schave, Jr.; 
7Apr69; DU74013. 



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QUEST FOR FREEDOM; tape 1-10. 10 v. 
Recording scripts. Appl- author: 
Education Unlimited Corp. © Educa- 
tion Unlimited Corp.; 28Apr69; 021674. 

QUICK FANNY'S, an original musical 
comedy; book & lyrics by Dorothy 
Wayne (Dorothy Wiener); music by 
Robert Ecton. 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Dorothy Wiener a.k.a. Dorothy 
Wayne; 26May69; DU74404. 

ROTATIONS FROM CHAIRMAN MAO TSE-TUNG 
See 

BOX AND QUOTATIONS FROM CHAIRMAN 
MAO TSE-TUNG. 

quote; A games play by Robert Rockman. 
55 1. © Robert E. Rockman; lApr69; 
DU73948. 

QUOZ! A medieval musical by Joseph 
Leon & Cyril Young. 1 v. © Joseph 
Leon & Cyril Young; 28Mar69; 
DU75932. 



R 



R&D, by S. E. Kaltman. 75 1. 

A play in 2 acts. © S. E. Kaltman; 
27Mar69; DU75927. 

THE RH FACTOR, a farce in two acts by 
Ken Popper (Kenneth Popper) 1 v. 
© Kenneth Popper; 4Feb69; DU73435. 

R.I.O.T., by Thomas H. Gressler & 
others. 1 v. A musical revue. 
© Thomas H. Gressler; 10Mar69; 
DU73792. 

RABELAIS; jeu dramatique en deux parties 
tire des cinq llvres de Francois 
Rabelais by Jean Louis Barraulti 
[Paris] Galllmard. 195 P. (Le 
Manteau d'Arlequin) © Editions 
Gallimard; 50Dec68; DFO-1665. 

RACA, by Carmine J. Scarpa, Jr. 53 1. 
A play. © Carmine J. Scarpa, Jr.; 
5May69; DU74222. 

THE RACE CAR DRIVER; original story and 
screenplay by Tommy Drew. 51 1. 
© Tommy Drew; 21Jan69; DU75525. 

RADO, by Robert Raposa. 2 1. 

© Robert Raposa; 28Apr69; C21644. 

THE RAG DOLL, by Allen Davis III. 
61 1. A play. © Allen Davis III; 
19Dec68; DU73286. 

RAGS, by Nancy Walter. 1 v. A musical 
play. © Nancy Walter; llPeb69; 

THE RAIN FOREST, an original screenplay 
by Bill Gunn. 60 1. © Bill Gunn; 
lMay69; DU74202. 

EAIN FOREST NOT FAR FROM SEACAUCUS. 
See 
SKETCHES OF TODAY. 

THE RANGE OF LITERATURE: DRAMA, by 
Robert Lambert. Boston, Houghton 
Mifflin. 502 p. (Houghton books In 
literature) NM: Introd. & study aids. 
© Houghton Mifflin Co.; 20Feb69; 
A76695. 

THE RANSOM OF CANTAGUAY; written by 
Martin Patrlcelll. 60 1. A play. 
© Martin L. Patrlcelll; 50Jun69; 
DU74671. 

HAS SELAS, KING OF ABYSSINIA, a verse 
drama of black power. 55 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert Kail; 
llApr69; DU73935. 



RAT BEACH, by Al Beauchamp (Irving A. 
Beauchamp, Jr.) 44 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Al Beauchamp; 17Apr69; 
DU74155. 

THE RATIONAL MIND, by Capital Enter- 
prises. 12 1. A recording script. 
© Capital Enterprises, Inc.; 19May69; 
C21747. 

A RATTLE OF SMALL SKELETONS, a musical 
play for television by Ron Whyte 
(Ronald Melville Whyte); lyrics by 
Bob Satuloff (Robert Satuloff) & 
Ron Whyte; music by Mel Marvin 
(Melvin Marvin) 1 v. © Melvln 
Marvin, Ronald Melville Whyte & 
Robert Satuloff; 10Apr69; DU74396. 

RE: TESTIMONIAL, by Marianne Lisbon, 
pseud, of Gertrude Diana Volungls. 
5 1. A play In 2 acts. © Gertrude 
Diana Volungls; 4Feb69; DU73434. 

REACH HIGH, BUT DON'T GRAB: three act 
play by Lawrence Ray. 48 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 22Jul66, 
DU66578. NM: addition. © Lawrence 
Earl Ray; l8Apr69; DU74109. 



READING WRITTEN PROBLEMS. 6 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 4Apr69; C2l6ig. 

THE REAL THING, a play In three acts by 
Howard Manisch, pseud, of Howard 
Manlschewltz. 90 1. © Howard 
Manischewitz; 28Jan69; DU73365. 

REBEL IN THE RANKS, by Robert Andrews, 
pseud, of f.ndrew Joseph Acclaioli. 
65 1. A play In three acts. 
© Andrew Joseph Acclaioli; lJul69; 
DU74656. 

THE RECKLESS BREAKFAST, a play by 
Robert Shure . 90 1. 2 acts. 
® Robert Shure; 28Feb69; DU75684. 

RECKLESS BREAKFAST. See 
AFTERTASTE . 

RECLINING CHAIR. See 
THE GRIEVOUS WORLD. 

RECOGNITION CC (KK) 5 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
lApr69; C21597. 

RECOGNITION CONSONANT B. 5 1. 

A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; lApr69; C2l600. 



RECREATION IN CALIFORNIA. 
CALIFORNIA TODAY. 



See 



RED; adapted from the French of Jules 
Renard by Stewart H. Benedict. 58 1. 
A play. © Stewart H. Benedict; 
15Jun69; DU74555. 

RED- JACKET: A CRISIS ON THE SCHOOL 
PLAYGROUND, a mime in one act by 
John J. Logan. 5 1- © John J. 
Logan; 12Mar69; DU75667 . 

THE RED TURKEY; comedy script by 
Walter Sheres. 7 1. © Walter 
Sheres; 20May69; C21755. 

REFERENCE BOOKS, NO.l. 5 1. A re- 
cording script. Appl. author; 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; C21550. 

REFERENCE BOOKS, NO. 2. 4 1. A re- 
cording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; C21547. 



REFLECTIONS (A heritage visited) A 
one hour TV special; original concept 
by Dorothy Wayne, pseud, of Dorothy 
Wiener & Lou Brandt; written by 
Dorothy Wayne. Vic Daraone in Italy. 
15 1. © Dorothy Wayne & Lou Brandt; 
27Jun69; DU74638. 

THE REFUGEE, a drama In one act by 

Llndsey S. Blayney 20 1. © Llndsey 
Blayney III; 25Jun69; DU74654. 

REGENERATION IN PLANARIA . 4 1. A 
films trip script. Appl. author: 
General Learning Corp. © General 
Learning Corp.; 22Apr69; C21652. 

THE REGENT & THE PRUNE, a comedy In 
one act by Eric Meredith Lord a.k.a. 
Robert Glenn Hafferkamp. 25 1. 
© Eric Meredith Lord; 21Apr69; 
DU74117. 

REGIONAL HISTORY. See 

CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, AMD NEW MEXICO, 
A REGIONAL HISTORY. 

REGIONS IN CALIFORNIA. See 
CALIFORNIA TODAY. 

THE REHEARSAL, a theatre event by 
April Knight (April Knight Barth) 
51. A play. © April Knight Barth; 
29May69; DU74425 . 

RELATIVES, by Mary Engel. 2 sheets. 
A monolog. © Mary Engel; 6jan69; 

c 21265. 

RELEVER LE DEFI D' AUJOURD' HUI AVEC LA 
SCIENCE CHRETIENNE (Meeting today's 
challenge with Christian Science) 
Conference sur la Science Chretienne 
par Georgina Tennant; Andre J. 
Glrardin, translator. 29 1. Appl. 
tl.: A lecture on Christian Science. 
Appl. states prev. reg. lApr64, 
C16644. © Georgina Tennant; 5Mar69; 
C21455. 

THE RELUCTANT BACHELOR, an original 
screenplay by Robert Well & Mike 
Mortman. 51 1. © Robert E. Well & 
Mike Mortman; 4Mar69; DU74522. 
REMOTE CONTROL OF TECH AND FONTLEROY. 
See 

RIGHTS . 
RENTS. See 

WI SEMEN AND FOOLS. 
RENZO EL GITANO; obra de teatro origi- 
nal de Olga Rullopez. 1 v. 5 acts. 
Adaptacion de la novela de television. 
© Olga Rullopez; 10Feb69; DU75487. 

THE REPORT, a one-act play for two 
people by Jon Swan. 19 1. ® Jon 
Swan; 8May69; DU74198. 

REPORT NO. 69290064, SUBMITTED FOR INTER- 
NATIONAL AWARD FOR TOWN PLANNING AND 
ARCHITECTURE, 1969, by Edward Pressly. 
2 1. © Fugard, Orth & Associates, 
Inc. & Edward Pressly; 19Mar69; 
C21511. 

REPRESSIVE RELATIVISM: PHILOSOPHICAL 
FOUNDATIONS OF MARCUSEAN THOUGHT ' 
by Paul Eldelberg. 25 1. ® Paul 
Eidelberg; 2Jun69; C21777 . 

REPUTATION, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Jan Lee 
Harder. 50 1. © Jan Lee Harder; 
17Jan69; DU75305. 

RESTAURANT SCENE, by Plgmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 6 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; 7Jan69; C21389. 

RESTHOME; or. Many happy returns, 

Pratt. A play in two acts by Douglas 
Bankson. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. I965. NM- 
revision. ® Douglas Bankson; 
27J»in69; DU74659. 



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Jan-June 



RESUSCITATION. See 
THE CORPSE REMARRIES. 
THE RETURN OF NICK GEORGE, by Alexander 
Panas. 90 1. A play in 15 scenes. 
© Alexander Panas; 9May69; DU7'*'*64. 

THE REUNION, an absurd drawing-room 
melodrama ... by John Hartnett. 
21 1. © John Edward Hartnett; 
24jun69; DU74650. 

REVOLT OF THE ROBINS, by Le Roy Stahl. 
1 V. . A play in 3 acts. © Le Roy 
Stahl; 24Feb69; DU73556. 

REVOLUTION AND INDEPENDENCE. See 
NEW ENGLAND, A REGIONAL HISTORY. 

REVUE SKETCHES. See 
A SLIGHT ACHE. 

RICH, a play by Joe Billings (Joseph H. 
Billings) 111 1. 5 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 510ct67, DU6996I. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Joe 
Billings; 26Feb69; DU7566O. 

RICHARD YORK, by Edward Moor k.a. Ed- 
ward Kornberg. 155 1. A screenplay. 
© Edward Kornberg; 7Jan69; DU73225 . 

RICKY. See 
TRIO. 

THE RIDDLE OP RODO; or. The runaway 
pets. A show to be presented by 
puppets but here structured as a 
radio drama for sound only by John A. 
Cappon. 18 1. 5 scenes. ® John A. 
Cappon; 90ct68; DP6892. 

RIGHT TIME, by Mark Mangold, Donald 
Krantz & Frederick Ambrose. Sheet. 
® Mark Mangold, Don Krantz & 
Fred[e]rlck Halsey Ambrose III; 
26Feb69; C21575. 
RIGHTS; four plays by Ralph Moreno. 
Cpt of the lake; Rights; The remote 
control of Tech and Fontleroy; The 
film. Mill Valley [Calif.] Hartmus 
Press. 70 p. Appl. states Cpt of the 
lake prev. reg. as Behind the bead 
curtain, 5Jun65, DP5791. NM: rev. 
® Ralph Moreno; 15Apr69; DP70O5. 

THE RING, a tragedle of free love by 
Bob Wire, pseud, of Bob Metz. 1 v. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Bob Metz; 30Apr69; DU7'H97. 
RING AROUND THE MIDDLE, by Belle 
London. 100 1. A play in 5 acts. 
©Belle E. London; llFeb69; DU7553'^. 

RING AROUND THE ROSES, a play in two 
acts by John David Pollack. 107 1. 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. © John 
David Pollack; 4Mar69; DU75708. 

THE RIOT ACT. See 
THE INVESTIGATORS. 

RIOT ACT AND OTHER PLAYS, See 
SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL. 

RIP VAN WINKLE; rewritten by Chuck 
McCann (Charles McCann) & Carl J. 
Furia. ih 1. A musical screenplay. 
Book & lyrics only. © Charles McCann 
& Carl J. Furia; WJanSg; DU73550. 

A RISEN SAVIOUR, a drama for Easter 
sunrise by Jane Fader. Kansas City, 
Mo., Lillenas Pub. Co. 12 p. © Lil- 
lenas Pub. Co., a registered trade 
name of the Nazarene Pub. House; 
lJan69; DP6963. 

RISING STAR, by Dolores Walker & 
Andrew Plotrowskl. 32 1. A play. 
© Dolores Walker & Andrew Plotrowskl; 
20Feb69; DU73617. 

THE RITE OF INITIATION, by Harvey 
Flaxman. 102 1. A screenplay. 
Based on the novel by Renato Carocci. 
© Harvey Flaxman; 23Dec68; DU732U9. 



RITUAL 5, by David F. Eliet. 53 1. 
A play. © David F. Eliet; 15May69: 
DU74593. 

RITZ SERVICE, by Pigmeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 5 1- A script. © Dewey 
Markham; 7Jan69; C21391. 

THE RIVER. See 
FRIDAY NIGHT. 

THE ROAD BACK; lecture compiled from 
notebook, years 191*7-1969 by Elbert 
L. McCllntock. 1 v. © Elbert L. 
McClintock; 21Apr69; C21665. 

THE ROAD THROUGH ALBANIA IS FRAUGHT 
WITH PERIL, BUT LOVE WILL FIND A 
WAY. See 
THE PRINCESS TRAVELS. 

ROADBLOCK, a play In three acts by 

Edward S. Porter; revised and adapted 
by Verne Powers. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 84 p. (Baker's royalty 
plays) © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
21Nov68; DP6895. 

ROAR FROM BELOW, a two act play by 
Robert William Hodge. 1 v. 
Adapted & revised from the movie 
version titled And came the roar 
from below. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 15Aug67, Du69409. NM: revision. 
© Robert William Hodge; llMar69; 
DU73794. 

THE ROBBERS' NEST: A FAMILY LEGACY, by 
Barry Litvack. 19 1. A play. 
© Barry Litvack; 22May69; DU74372. 



ROBERT AND ANYA, by Todd Barnet. 
A screenplay. © Todd Barnet; 
19May69; DU7 4-350. 



199 1. 



ROBERT AND ANYA, the pilot script by 
Todd Barnet. 17 1. A screenplay. 
© Todd Barnet; 19May69; DU74349. 



ROBIN, by Martha Fuentes. 53 1. A 
play in one act. © Martha Fuentes; 
25Jun69; DU74653. 

ROBIN HOOD, a musical play In two acts, 
book by Herb Felsenfeld, Barbara 
Green & Jane Yolen, music by Barbara 
Green, lyrics by Jane Yolen. 1 v. 
© Herb Felsenfeld, Barbara Green & 
Jane Yolen; 17Jan69; DU73349. 

ROBIN HOOD, an operetta in one act for 
upper elementary grades; lyrics by 
Alma Ruth Richardson, music by Martha 
Jean Stewart. Minneapolis, T. S. 
Denlson. 30 p. (Denlson operettas] 
© T. S. Denlson & Co., Inc.; llNov68; 
DP6915 . 

ROBOT RUN-IN, an original play by 
Elaine Sandra Schwartz. 9 1- 
Book & lyrics only. 9 Elaine Sandra 
Schwartz; 21May69; DU74309. 

ROCK ON SMART (Get smart) by Paul B. 
Lichtman. 17 1. A screenplay. 
© Paul B. Lichtman; 12Jun69; DU74535. 

ROCK STARS. 4 1. Radio script. 
Appl. author: Robert G. Jennings 
Corp. ©Robert G. Jennings Corp.; 
13Jun69; C21824. 



ROCKADAISY DEN, a pilot show for a 
projected fifteen minute T.V. series 
for children 5-12 written by C. L. 
Rinaldo. 21 1. © Carmen L. Rlnaldo; 
17Jun69; DU74570. 

THE ROMAN GUEST, a play in three acts 
by Mario Frattl. 108 1. © Mario 
Frattl; llMar69; DU73755. 



ROMANCE OF THE GUITAR. I6 1. A 

film script. Appl. author: Julian B. 
Ely & Associates. © Julian B. Ely 
& Associates; 21May69; C21735. 

ROMULUS, by Gore Vldal & Romulus the 
great, by Friedrlch Duerrenmatt! 
translated by Gerhard Nellhaus, 
preface by Gore Vidal. New York 
Grove Press. 165 p. 2 plays, ' 
® °" g^eface; Gore Vidal; 25Mar66; 

ROMULUS, by Gore Vidal & Romulus the 
great, by Friedrlch Duerrenmatt, 
translated by Gerhard Nellhaus, 
preface by Gore Vidal. New York, 
Grove Press. 165 p. 2 plays. NM: 
compilation. © Grove Press, Inc • 
25Mar66; A39569. 

ROOM AND BOARD, a musical comedy; 
book, music & lyrics by Philip 
Morino, Sr. 59 1. 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Philip Morino, 
Sr.; 22May69; DU74399- 

THE ROOMMATES: EGO GAMES, PART II, an 
original screenplay by Marice 
Tobias. 1 v. © Marice Tobias; 
4Nov68; DU73702. 

THE ROSEBUSH IN THE DESERT, a comedy 
in two acts by Eugene Doron, pseud. 
of Eugen Relchbach. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as If we do 
everything the public wants we will 
land in a bordello, I967, DU69489 & 
25Apr69, DU74170. NM: revisions & 
additions. ® Eugen Relchbach; 
l6jun69; DU74560. 

ROSEBUSH IN THE DESERT. See 

IF WE DO EVERYTHING THE PUBLIC WAMTS, 
WE WILL LAND IN A BORDELLO. 

ROUNDING OFF IN PHYSICAL MEASUREMENT. 
61. A recording script. Appl. au- 
thor: Minnesota Mining & Manufactur- 
ing Co. © Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co.; lAprSg; C21598. 

ROUNDING OFF: SPECIAL CASES. 8 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 19Mar69; C21537. 

THE ROUNDS, an evening of musical 
plays containing Variety obit & 
The rounds by Ron Whyte (Ronald M. 
Whyte); lyrics by Bob Satuloff 
(Robert Satuloff) & Ron Whyte; 
music by Melvin Marvin. 1 v. 
© Ron Whyte, Robert Satuloff & 
Melvin Marvin; llApr69; DU74595. 

ROXANNA, a play in two acts by Wallace 
Hamilton. 1 v. 9 Wallace Hamilton; 
10Feb69; DU73501. 

THE RUBBER ROOM, a play by Gordon Law. 
123 1. 2 acts. © Gordon C. Law; 
22May69; DU74377 . 

RUBY OF BALTIMORE, by Martin J. 

O'Malley. 32 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Martin J. O'Malley; 30Apr69; 
DU74191- 

RUDDIGORE; or. The witch's curse. 
Supernatural opera by W. S. Gilbert 
& Arthur Sullivan; freely adapted 
for the screen by Mark Herman with 
the editorial assistance of Ronnie 
Apter. 72 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Mark N. Herman; 26May69; DU74387. 

RUMBLE . See 

THE INVESTIGATORS. 

RUMPELSTILSKIN, a musical comedy for 
children In three acts by Mairie 
Flenoury & Mary Jackson. 1 v. 
3 acts. ® Marie Flenoury 8c Mary 
Coleman Jackson; 9May695 DU74437. 



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RUHAWAY PETS. See 
THE RIDDLE OF RODO. 

RUNAWAY TURTLES, by Russell L. Lake. 
229 1. A play in 3 acts. © Russell 
L. Lake; 5May69; DU7t2l8. 

RUSK! A play by T. E. Klunzinger. 
80 1. 2 acts. ® Thomas E. Klun- 
zinger; 20Feb69; DU756l8. 

A RUSSIAN TALE, by Algernon D. Black. 
k 1. Based on an old tale, 
3 Algernon D. Black; 15Feb69; C21351. 
RUSTY BUGLES. See 

KHAKL, BUSH AND BIGOTRY. 

RUZZANTE; or. The veteran. Translated 
by Suzanne Pollard, adapted by Joan 
Holden. 29 1. A play in seven scenes. 
From a play by Angelo Beolco. NM: 
additional text & editorial revision. 
© San Francisco Mime Troupe, Inc.; 

iApr69; DU75834. 



S.O.S.! HOMME SEUL, de Jacques Vllfrid, 
pseud, of Jacques Anfrle, en collabo- 
ration avec Jean Girault . I63 1. 
A play in 5 acts. © Jacques Vilfrid; 
5May69; DUT'tJO't. 

THE SACRIFICE, a confrontation ritual 
by William Martin. 5 1. © William 
G. Martin, Jr.; WApr69; DU7t058. 

SAINT MARE NOSTRUM'S EVE, by Richard 
David Saul. 78 1. A play. 
© Richard Saul; l8Apr69; DU74111. 

ST. PETER IS OUT, a satire by Eugene 
H. Huffman. 38 1. A musical play 
in 6 scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© Eugene H, Huffman; 14Feb69; 
DU73559. 

SAINT VERNON OF THE CREED OF AMERICAN- 
ISM; or. Valor, I have a brother; or, 
I had a God, By Muriel Bean, 
1 V, A play in k acts, Appl, states 
prev, reg, NM: addition & revision. 
© Muriel Bean; 25Jan69; DU73588. 

SALES DEMONSTRATION, by Wood row Daniel 
Renn & John P. Greenway. 7 1- 
Script. © Renn Enterprises, Ltd.; 
10Apr69; C21701. 

SALES DYNAMICS, by Edward J. Barrett. 
6 V. Lectures. Contents: Success, — 
The programming of time. — The law of 
economics. — Attitude of mind, — Moti- 
vation and effectiveness, — Techniques 
of effective selling. © Edward J, 
Barrett; 17Feb69; C21380. 
SALTFLOWERS, a collage by Tom Oliver, 
pseud, of Thomas Crehore; music comr 
posed by James Campodonico; lyrics by 
Tom Oliver. 66 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Thomas Crehore; 
7Feb69; DU735t9. 

SAM, a play in one act by Nancy Hud- 
dleston Packer. 50 1. © Nancy 
Huddleston Packer; 27Jan69; DU73361. 

SAM THE PROPHET. See 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 

THE SAPHIRE AFFAIR, by Philippe 
Thyraud de Vosjoli. I3 1, A 
script, © Philippe Thyraud de 
Vosjoll; 21Jan69; C21403. 

SAPSUCKERS AND FLICKERS; narration by 
Lawrence Kilham & Peter Kilham. 
3 1. Recording script, © Droll 
Yankees, Inc.; 2May69; C21799- 

SARA BELLUM, STUDENT NURSE, a comedy in 
three acts by Mark Dana Tremayne. 
1 V. © Mark Dana Tremayne; 28Mar69; 
DU73931. 



SASQUATCH, an original story by Stuart 
M, Harris. 81 1. A screenplay. 
t> Stuart M. Harris; 10Feb69; DU73't96. 

SATAN AND THE TEENAGERS; radio drama 
by Judson Fountain. 10 1. © Judson 
Fountain; 27Jan69; DU73356. 

THE SATCHEL, by Pigmeat Markham (Dewey 
Markham) 6 1. A script. © Dewey 
Markham; 7Jan69; C21392. 

SATIN DOLL, by Fredrick Simpson. 

108 1. A play. © Fredrick Douglas 
Simpson; 28Apr69; DU74248. 

SATIRIC COMEDIES; edited by Walter J. 
Meserve & William R. Reardon. 
Bloomington, Ind., Indiana University 
Press. 158 p. (America's lost 
plays, 21) NM: introd., notes & 
editorial revision. © Indiana 
University Press; 6Mar69; A656II. 

SAUL, a three act play by Leo K. 

Cohen. 1 v. © Leo K. Cohen; 25Mar69; 
DU73899. 

SCANDAL POINT, a play in three acts by 
John Patrick. Dramatists Play 
Service, 63 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 230ct67, DU69909. NM: additions 
& revisions. © John Patrick; 
27May69; DP6991. 

SCAPIN, by Mollere, pseud, of Jean 
Baptlste Poquelin; translated by 
James H. Blerman, 79 1. A play in 
3 acts. NM: translation. © James 
H. Bierman; 9Jan69; DU7319't. 

THE SCARLET LETTER, by Nathaniel 

Hawthorne, adapted by Luc lie Hyder Sc 
the Livingston Academy Class of 
1969. 46 1. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. authors: Lucile Hyder & Anna 
Faye Franklin plus 22 others. 
© Lucile Hyder & All the members of 
the Livingston Academy Class of 1969; 
23May69; DU745OI. 

THE SCARLET THREAD, a group of one-act 
plays for young people, by Mary Hays 
Welk; drawings by Barbara Remington. 
1st ed. New York, Atheneum. 109 P- 
Contents: Moonlight & others. © Mary 
Hays Welk; 31Aug68; A55770. 

SCENT AND SMELL. See 
HOW DO YOU KNOW. 

SCHNITZEL, SCHNOTZEL Sc SCHNOOTZEL, 
by Shirley Brown. 1 v. A script. 
© Shirley G. Brown; 17Dec68; C21259. 

SCHOOL FOR SANDALS, a compact play by 

Roc Roda, pseud, of Richard N, 

Rlchonne. 64 1. 1 scene. 

© Richard N. Rlchonne; 13Jan69; 

DU73282. 
THE SCHOONER BAY CAPER; screenplay by 
Sherman Price. 1 v. From a story 
by Howard Brooks. Appl. author: 
Schooner Bay Productions, Ltd., Inc., 
employer for hire, Appl. ti.: The 
Out Island caper, © Schooner Bay 
Productions, Ltd,, Inc.; 19May69; 
DU74325. 

SCHWARTZ' INFERNO, by Norman Miller. 
Rev. 1 V, A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 12Apr67, 
DU68401. © Norman Miller; 6Mar69; 
DU73728, 

THE SCIENCE OF BEING UNAFRAID, a Chris- 
tian Science lecture by Noel D. Bryan- 
Jones. Folder. Appl. tl.: A lecture 
on Christian Science. © Noel D, 
Bryan- Jones; 31Jan69; C21289. 
SCIENTIFIC BREAKTHROUGH IN RELIGION. 

LA PERCEE SCrENTIFIQ,UE DANS LA 

RELIGION. 
DET VETENSKAPLIGA GENOMmOTTET INOM 

RELIGIONEN. 



SCOUNDRELS OF LOVE. See 
TWO SIDES OF THE COIN. 

SCRAPS. 1 V. Scripts. Appl. author: 
Paper Bag Players , Inc . © Paper 
Bag Players, Inc ; 2Jun69; DU74447. 

SCRIPT FOR THREE MIMES AND A BALL, by 
Ron Hawthorne. 22 1, A screenplay, 
© Ron Hawthorne; 21Mar69; DU74088. 

SCRIPTS FOR RECORDED LECTURE COURSE, 
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY, by Richard P. 
Youtz. Lectures 1-21. 1 v. 
© Institute for University Studies, 
Inc.; 7Feb69; C21365, 

SCUBA DUBA, a tense comedy in two acts 
by Bruce Jay Friedman. Dramatists 
Play Service. 63 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 31Dec67, DP6740. NM: 
additions & revisions, © Bruce Jay 
Friedman; 10Deo68; DP6898, 

SCYKLON Z, a group of pieces with a 
point by Myrna Lamb, 1 v. © Myrna 
Lamb; 25Apr69; DU74167 . 

THE SEAGULL, a comedy in four acts by 
Anton Chekhov; translated by Randolph 
Goodman, 73 1, © Randolph Goodman; 
6Jun69; DU74491, 

THE SEARCHERS, a screenplay by Nicolas 
Coster, 36 1. © Nicolas Coster; 
15May69; DU74291. 

THE SECOND OF AUGUST, a play by Raymond 
D. Gasper. 88 1. 3 acts. 
© Raymond D. Gasper; 24jan69: 
DU73454, 

SECOND SERVICE, by Slawomir Mrozek. 
Piece en deux actes suivie de 
Testarium & La maison frontiere. 
Adaptation francaise de Therese 
Dzleduszycka. Paris, A, Michel. 
298 p. © Editions Albin Michel; 
8Jan69; DFO-I668. 

THE SECRET LIFE OP WALTER MITTY, a new 
musical based on the classic story 
by James Thurber, book by Joe Man- 
chester, lyrics by Earl Shuman, music 
by Leon Carr, New York, S, French, 
92 p. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l8Aug66, 
DU66368. NM: additions 8c revisions. 
© Joe Manchester; l4Nov68; DP6893. 

THE SECRET SHARER, by Joseph Conrad; 
an adaptation by C, R. Wobbe. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 46 p. 
A play in one act. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 12May69; DP6986. 

SECRETARIAL PRACTICE LECTURE, by 
Carl Walter Salser, Theo. Yerian & 
Charlotte Putsch. 1 v. (Monitor 
instruction program no.l86700) 
© Educational Research Associates; 
l8Apr69; C21663. 

SECRETARIES, WHAT ROLES DO THEY PLAY? 
By Roy B. Moffitt. 7 1. A lecture. 
© Roy B. Moffitt; 5Feb69; C21341. 

SEE HOW THEY RUN, an original screen- 
play by Paul Davis. 135 1. 
© Paul Davis; 27Mar69; DU73922. 

SEE THROUGH; original story & screen- 
play by Maria Zeheri. 171 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 22Aug68, 
DU7238O. NM: additions. © Maria 
Zeheri; 13Jan69; DU73188. 

SEEDS FROM THE STORE. See 

A DEPARTMENT STORE HAS EVERYTHING. 

SEEING CHINA. 6 v. Recording scripts. 
Appl. author: Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc. 
NM: additions. © Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films, a division of Esquire, 
Inc.; 24Mar69; C21678. 



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SEEING INDIA. 5 v. Recording scripts. 
Appl. author: Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc. 
NM: additions. © Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films, a division of Esquire, 
Inc.; 24Mar69; C21677. 

SEEIN'S BELIEVIN', a comedy in two acts 
by Helen Torrey. 1 v. © Helen 
Baker Torrey; 9Apr69; DU74046. 

THE SEEKER AFTER TRUTH: MOHANDAS 

GANDHI, a play in four acts by K. G. 

Mason (Kathleen Mason) 120 1. 

© Kathleen Mason; 27Jun69; DU74658. 

SELF-DEFENSE, by Rennick W. Harris. 
50 1. A play. © Rennick W. Harris; 
27Jun69; DU74654. 

SEMI-ATTACHED, a play in one act by 
Jean Nuchtem. 21 1. ® Jean 
Nuchtern; 10Mar69; DU73745. 

SEMINARIST CONSULTANT AT ECONOMIC 
DEVELOPMENT; lecture by Roswell D. 
Fender. 3 1. © Roswell D. Fender; 
7Apr69; C21621. 

SENIOR CITIZEN, a play in one act by 
Joyce Retries. 26 1. © Joyce M. 
Betries; 6Feb69; DU73467. 

SENIOR LECTURES ON MICROBIOLOGY, 
June 21 - August 2k, 1962, by 
Cornells B. van Niel. 1 v. 
® Cornells B. van Nell; 13Feb69; 
C21539. 

SEPARATE BUT EQUALER, by Paul Lichtman 
& Peter Lane. 5 1. Monolog. 
© Peter Lane & Paul Lichtman; 
25Jun69; C2I858. 

SERAGLIO. See 
TURKISH DELIGHT. 

SERENITE; piece en 3 actes & 4 tab- 
leaiix de Paul Roby, pseud, of 
Robert de Evrard. 41 1. ® Paul 
Roby; 12Mar69; DU73725. 

A SERIES OF THEATRE EXERCISES: A UNITY, 
by Barry Lltvack. 1 v. 8 scenes. 
© Barry Litvack; 19Jun69; DU74605. 

A SERMON DELIVERED BY CORETTA SCOTT 
KING, ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, LONDON, 
ENGLAND, MARCH I6, 19^9 . H 1- 
© Coretta Scott King; 10Apr69; 
C21626. 

SERVANTS OF POWER, by Jonathan Gill- 
man. 144 1. A play in 6 scenes. 
© Jonathan Gillman; llDec68( DU73197. 

I SETTE PECCATI; mistero musicale e 
coreografico by Antonio Veretti. 
Schema generale di allestimento 
scenico e regia di Sylvano Bussotti. 
Milan, Hicordi. 1 v. © G. Rlcordl 8: 
C, S.p.A.; 5Feb68; AF28745. 

SETTLEMENT IN LIMESTONE TERRAIN, by 
George F. Sowers. 47 1. ® George 
F. Sowers; 29Apr69; C21730. 



SEVEN DESCENTS OF MYRTLE. 
KINGDOM OF EARTH. 



See 



SEVEN LOUSY CENTS, by R . G. Walsh. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. ® R. G. 
Walsh; 5May69; DU74220. 



SEVEN PLAYS, by Pierre Cornellle; 

translated into English verse with a 
biographical appreciation 8: notes by 
Samuel Solomon. New York, Random 
House. 657 p. (The Random House 
lifetime library) © Samuel Solomon; 
10Feb69; DFI987. 

SEVEN TRUMPETS, by Tom LaBar. 23 1. 
A play. © Tom LaBar; 5Mar69; 
DU73718. 



SEVEN UNRELATED SENTENCES ROUTINE See 
POUR PLAYS. 

1776, a new musical, book by Peter 
Stone, music & lyrics by Sherman 
Edwards. II8 1. 7 scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 4jun64, D75752. NM: revision. 
© Peter Stone; 21May69; DU74342. 

SEX EDUCATION FOR THE RETARDED CHILD. 
Tape 1-4. 4 v. Recording scripts. 
© Education Unlimited Corp.; 27Mar69; 
C21569. 

SHAKESPEARE AND ELIZABETH UNMASKED, by 
Gertrude Castellow Ford. Apex 
Print. Co. 1 v. 5 acts. With music. 
Appl. states unpub. music prev. reg. 
1968. S) Gertrude C. Ford; 10Feb69 
(in notice: I968); DP692I. 

THE SHAPE WE'RE IN, by Carol T. Korty 
& Richard A. Miller. 40 1. 
A play. © Carol T. Korty & Richard 
A. Miller; 26May69; DU74494. 

SHELLEY; or. The idealist. By Ann 
Jellicoe. London, Faber & Faber. 
Ill p. 3 acts. ® Ann Jellicoe; 
15 Sep 66; DFI975. 

SHELTER, a play by Alun Owen. 21 p. 
London, S. French. (French's 
acting edition) 2 scenes. © Alun 
Owen; 21Aug68; DF1948. 

SHEPHEARD'S HOTEL. See 
THREE PLAYS, MAY 69. 

SHIVER OUR TIMBERS; or. Shiver my 
timbers. A musical comedy for 
children by Barbara Winther. 1 v. 
© Barbara Winther; l6Jun69; DU74559. 

SHIVERS, by H. S. Weatherby. New York, 
Vantage Press. 215 P. Tea time & 
others. © H. S. Weatherby; 30Sep68; 
A49661. 

SHOEMAKER & THE ELVES, by Shirley 
Brown. 4 1. A script. © Shirley 
Brown; 17Dec68; C21257. 

SHOOT HIGH, an address by Richard D. 
Gleason. 28 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1964. NM: addition. ©Richard 
D. Gleason; l6May69; C21726. 

SHOOT-OUT. See 
CAPTURED. 

SHORT LETTER DICTATION, by Carl W. 
Salser. 1 v. Recording scripts. 
® Educational Research Associates; 
3Mar69; C21573. 

SHORT PLAYS FOR CHILDREN, a collection 
of royalty-free comedies, mysteries, 
folk tales and holiday plays for 
boys and girls by Helen Louise Miller 
(Mrs. Samuel Gotwalt) Boston, Plays, 
Inc. 338 p. © Helen Louise Miller; 
28Feb69; A56326. 

SHORT SACRED RITE OF SEARCH AND DESTRUC- 
TION. See 

FOOTBALL: FIREWORKS FOR A HOT FOURTH: 
SHORT SACRED RITE OF SEARCH AND 
DESTRUCTION. 

SHORT VOWEL PHONETIC TAPES & LONG 
VOWEL PHONETIC TAPES, by Eleanor H. 
Hall 8c Sylvia W. Rice. 2 v. Tape 
scripts. © Eleanor H. Hall & Sylvia 
W. Rice; 19Jun69; C2185I. 

THE SHOUTER, a one act play by Timothy 
Taylor. 10 1. © Timothy Taylor; 
3Feb69; DU73422. 

SHOWMANSHIP. See 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. Program 
no. 6. 



THE SHRUNKEN HEAD OF PANCHO VILLA, a 
play by Luis Miguel Valdez. 1 v. 
5 acts, Appl. states prev. reg. 
I60ct67. NM: additions 8: revisions. 
© Luis Valdez; 2Apr69; DU73972. 

SHUT THE DAMN DOOR, a comedy in one 
act by Lewis Cleckler. 22 1 
DU74556 '^°'''^°" Cleckler; l6jun69; 

THE SHY GIRL, by James B. Burns 8: 
Charles E. Finan. 2 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. EU678244. NM: additions 8: 
revisions. ® James B. Burns & 
Charles E. Finan; 25Mar69; DU73902. 

SIA LA LUCE (Let there be light) Con- 
ferenza sulla Scienza Cristiana di 
Edward C. Williams; Maria Rossetti, 
Ines Rossetti & Jessina de Lettleri, 
translators. 26 1. Appl. ti. : A 
lecture on Christian Science. Appl. 
states prev, reg. 12Nov68, C21079. 
® Edward C. Williams; 3Mar69; C21432. 

THE SIDE SHOW, a one act play by 
Leslie David Perry. 26 1. 
® Leslie David Perry; 14jan69; 
DU73271. 

SIGNAL MATH NO. 3. 4 1. A script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining Sc 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; 
C 2 1485 . 

SIGNAL MATH, NO. 4. 5 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining 8: Manufacturing Co. © Min- 
nesota Mining 8c Manufacturing Co.; 
lApr69; C21587. 

SIGNS OF SAFETY, a narrative for use 
with a filmstrip prepared by Bureau 
of Safety. 20 1. © Bureau of 
Safety; 12Mar69; C21488. 

SILENCE AT THE ZOO, by J. I. Rodale. 
28 1. (How to choose a marriage 
partner, item 1) ® Jerome I. Rodale; 
17Jan69; DP6906. 

SILENCE AT THE ZOO, by J . I. Rodale. 
Apr. 1969 version. 21 p. (How to 
choose a marriage partner, item 1) 
Appl. states prev. reg. 17Jan69, 
DP6906. NM: compilation S: revision. 
© J. I. Rodale; lApr69; DP6966. 



SILENCE IS GOLDEN, an original story 
written and adapted for television 
by Michael Kozarevich. 33 1- A 
screenplay. ® Michael Kozarevich; 
20Mar69; DU73851. 

SILHOUETTES IN COURAGE, VOLUME ONE. 
53 1. A script. Appl. author: 
Stomptown Music Corn. ® Stomptown 
Music Corp.; 27May69; C21849. 

SILICONE COVER. See 

JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, 
SILICONE COVER. 

THE SILVER ECHO, a play in three acts 
by William Walden. 1 v. ® William 
Walden; l6Jan69; DU73295. 

SINCE MICHEAL'S PLACE IS EXTREMELY HOT 
AT THE MOMENT, HE IS ASKING IF YOU 
WILL ALLOW HIM THE COUCH AT YOUR 
PLACE, WHICH IS COOL, a play by 
Dallas Mayr. 2d revision. 1 v. 
© Dallas W. Mayr; 2Jun69; DU74392. 

THE SINE FUNCTION. 7 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining 8: Manufacturing Co. © Min- 
nesota Mining 8c Manufacturing Co.; 
19Mar69; C21536. 



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SING ALL A GREEN WILLOW; with lyrics 
& music by Paul Green. 1 v. A 
play in 10 actions. © Paul Green; 
lApr69; DU74021. 

THE SINGING BARTENDER, a play by James 
Fisher. 33 1. 4 scenes. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 10Feb67, DU67816. 
NM: additions. © James Fisher; 
19Mar69; DP6951, 

SIR JASPER, a long one-act tragedy 
by Victor Delainey, pseud, of 
James MacDonald. S** 1 • © Victor 
Delainey; 7May69; DU74245. 



SIR JOHN FALSTAFF. 
THEATRE III. 



See 



SISTER SON/JI, by Sonia Sanchez 
(Wilsonia Driver Sanchez) 11 1. 
A play. © Sonia Sanchez; 27Jan69; 
DU73383. 

SIX PLAYS IN AMERICAN HISTORY; vfritten 
by Henry H. Walsh, illus. by Robert 
MacLean. Erattleboro, Vt., S. Greene 
Press. 214 p. © Henry H. Walsh; 
28Feb69; A6336O. 

SIX SKITS AND A MONOLOGUE, by L. H. 
Dean. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Lois H. Dean; 13Jan69; DU73391. 

SIXTEEN OLIVES MEDIUM RARE, a four act 
tragedy with music by Sam McGehee. 
1 V. Appl. states prev. reg. 26Aug68, 
DU72500. NM: addition & revision. 
© Sam Day McGehee; 7May69; DU7'H56. 

SKATERS ON THE SAHARA, a play by Harold 
Cobin. 1 V. 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 22Jun54, DU67270. NM: 
revisions. © Harold Cobin; 2Apr69; 
DU74098. 

SKETCHES OF TODAY, by Okey E. Cheno- 
weth. The rain forest not far from 
Seacaucus; You can't call long dis- 
tance with only a dime; We're not 
staying for dessert. 1 v. 3 plays. 
© Okey E. Chenoweth, Jr.; l4Feb69; 
DU73572. 

THE SKI GOD, written by Bill Cherrin 
(Vladimer Cherrin) 86 1. A screen- 
play. © Vladimer Cherrin; 28Feb69; 
DU73676. 

SKINNY HOPE, by Janice T. Dixon. 
84 1. A play in 2 acts. © Janice 
Thome Dixon; 7Mar69; DU73740. 

A SKY OF FACES (Monkey Island) A play 
in five scenes by Joseph Baldwin. 
1 V. © Joseph B. Baldwin; 13Jan69; 
DU73255 . 

SKYLINGUAS, IN/ON THE AIR LANGUAGE 
LESSONS, by Loyta Wooding. l4 1. 
A recording script. © Loyta Wooding. 
20Feb69; C21360. 

SLAVE SHIP, a one act play by Lerol 
Jones. 16 p. © Jihad Productions; 
4Mar69; A76893. 

THE SLAVERY QUESTION, PT.1-2. See 
MEN OF THOUGHT, MEN OF ACTION. 

SLEEP, DEAR MASTER; translated by 
Virginia Downing & Leon B. Stevens. 
37 1. A play. From Georges Fey- 
deau's Dormez, Je le veux. © Vir- 
ginia Downing & Leon B. Stevens; 
l6Apr69; DU73996. 

SLEEP IP YOU WANT TO SLEEP. See 

THE EVENING YOU ARE SPENDING IS WITH 
ME. 

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY, by Maxlne Tepper 
Meyers. 1 v. A musical play in 
4 scenes. © Maxine Tepper Meyers; 
6Feb69; DU73468. 



SLEPAJA KRASAVICA, by Boris Pasternak. 
London, W. Collins & Harvill Press. 
78 1. Russian; title & author trans- 
literated. © II Dramma; 27Mar69; 
DFO-1688. 

SLIDE RULE: DIVISION. 4 1. A script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; 
C21487 . 

SLIDE RULE: MULTIPLICATION. 5 1- 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co. © Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co.; 19Mar69; C21549. 

SLIDE RULE: PERCENT. 5 1- A script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; C21456. 

SLIDE RULE: PROPORTIONS. 5 1- A 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
llMar69; C21457 . 

SLIDE RULE: SQUARES, SQUARE ROOTS. 
51. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 19Mar69; C21528. 

A SLIGHT ACHE, and other plays by 

Harold Pinter. London, Methuen & Co. 
134 p. Contents: A slight ache. — 
A night out. — The dwarfs. — Revue 
sketches. ® Harold Pinter; ljun6l; 
DFI968. 

SMART ASSETS, a three act comedy by 
Edward B. Cope. 1 v. © Edward B. 
Cope; llApr69; DU?4053. 

SMARTY PANTS. See 

JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, SMAETY 
PANTS. 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH, by Victor A. Pompl- 
lio. Scripts 8-15. 8 v. Contents: 
Fascination. — Trial and frustration. 
--They never learns. --Sam the prophet. 
--His mother's voice. --A deal is a 
deal. -Work is for foreigners.— 
You're a free man now. © Victor A. 
Pompilio; lApr69; DU73958, 73960, 
73954-73957, 73959, 73953- 

THE SMOKING MIRROR, a screen drama 
by Linda Folkard-Stengel. 194 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Apr59, 
DU489l8. NM: editorial revision & 
addition. © Linda Folkard-Stengel; 
l8Jan69; DU73411. 

A SNAPSHOT, a play for television by 
Stephen Greece. 70 1. ® Stephen 
Richard Grecco; 21Apr69; DU74122. 

SNEDIKER CALLS, a play by E. L. Gruber. 
9 1. © Edward L. Gruber; 2Jun69; 
DU74449. 

SNOW BRIDGE, a play in one act by C. C. 
Woock. 20 1. © Clare C. Woock; 
28Apr69; DU74173. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, an 
adaptation by John Dennis. 28 1. 
A play in 13 scenes. © John Dennis; 
l4Feb69; DU73571. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, by 
Jane T. O'Brien. 1 v. A musical 
play in twe acts. © Jane T. O'Brien; 
6May69; DU74534. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, by 
Willie E. Strickland, Sr. 10 1. 
A play in three acts. © Willie E. 
Strickland, Sr.; 30Jun69; DU74673. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS OP THE 
BLACK FOREST, a play in two acts by 
June Walker Rogers. Chicago, Dramatic 



Pub. Co. 78 p. Adapted from the 
Grimm story. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
21May69; DP6998. 

SNOWBALL, THE SNOW BUNNY, by Fred 

Gavin (Frederick Joseph Gavin) 20 1. 
© Frederick Joseph Gavin; I4jan69; 
C21441. 

SO NOW WHAT DO I DO? By Myra Sue 
Livingston. 28 1. A screenplay. 
© Myra Sue Livingston; 26May69; 
DU7 4-469. 

SOCRATES SHIGASS, a comedy by Joseph L. 
Lesser. II6 1. 3 acts. © Joseph 
L. Lesser; 5May69; DU74223. 

SOCRATIC TECHNIQUE. See 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. Program 
no. 7. 



SOFT LANDING, a play in three acts by 
Peter Melchior, pseud, of Margaret 
Sperry Russak. 1 v. © Margaret 
Sperry Russak; 30Jan69; DU73386. 

THE SOFT SHOE OF HUNGRY ANIMALS. See 
THREE PLAYS, MAY 69. 

SOLDIERS, an obituary for Geneva by 
Rolf Hochhuth; translated by Robert 
David MacDonald. New York, Grove 
Press. 255 p. Appl. author: Grove 
Press, Inc., employer for hire of 
Robert David MacDonald, Appl. states 
prev. pub. Oct. 1967. © Grove Press, 
Inc.; 15Apr68; DP6945. 

SOLITAIRE, by Chet Weld (Devereaux 
Chester Weld) 43 1. A play. 
© Chet Weld; 17Jan69; DU73300. 

A SOLUTION TO THE WELFARE DILEMMA, by 
Donald R. Uveges. 7 1. © Donald R. 
Uveges; 23Jun69; C21847 . 

SOLVING THE INEQUALITY SENTENCE. 
81. A recording script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 19Mar69; C21553. 

SOME DIE FROM DRINKING WATER, a play in 
two acts by Ben Zeller . 70 1. 
© Ben Zeller; 29Apr69; DU74320. 

SOME GROUND RULES OF ADVERTISING, by 
Patrick C. Warfleld. 3d draft. 
26 1. Script. © Patrick C. Warfleld; 
13Jan68; C21299. 

SOME TRAVELING MUSIC; words & music by 
Rod McKuen. 2 sheets. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 2Dec68, EU89714. NM: 
addition. © Editions Chanson Co.; 
23Apr69; C21670. 

SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL, a play in one act 
by C. Robert Jones. Boston, Baker's 
Plays . 14 p . ( Baker ' s royalty 
plays) Appl. states prev. reg. in 
The Riot act and other plays, 
29Nov6l, DU54385. © C. Robert Jones; 
21Aug68; DP6925. 

SOMETHING SOMETHING, by Gary Britton, 
pseud, of Gary A. Blsig. 50 1. 
A play. © Gary Britton; 26Feb69; 
DU73657. 

SOMETHING TO HOLD ON TO, a Christian 
Science lecture by Georglna Tennant. 
Folder. Appl. ti.: A lecture on 
Christian Science. © Georglna Ten- 
nant; 31Jan69; C21288. 

A SOMEWHAT PRIVATE AFFAIR, by 

Samuel J. Bernstein. 44 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Samuel J. Bernstein; 
30Apr69; DU74328. 

A SONG FOR ALL SAINTS, by James Llne- 
berger. Edited by Charles L. Mee, 
Jr. & Robert Merrltt. (John Golden 
play series) 2 acts. (in Tulane 
drama review. Pall 1964. p. 156-196) 
© James Luther Lineberger; lSep64; 
DP6894. 



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Jan.-June 



A SONG FOR SADNESS AND FOR JOY, a play 
with music by Richard Damar, pseud, 
of Marion P. Holt & Jon David Flinn. 
30 1. © Richard Damar; 24Mar69; 
DU75824. 

A SONG FOR THE FIRST OF MAY, a play 
by Ted Pezzulo (Salvatore Anthony 
Pezzulo) 1 V. A play in 5 acts. 
© Salvatore Anthony Pezzulo; 
19Mar69; DUY3817. 

THE SONG OF CYKENUS, a dramatic orato- 
rio In four parts by John P. Bello. 
26 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© John P. Bello; 17Feb69; DU73486. 

SONG OF THE HUNT, a drama in three 
acts by David Vigoda. 1 v. 
Includes music & lyrics for 3 songs. 
© David Vigoda; 28Apr69; DU74497. 

THE SONG OF THE MORNING STAR, a bio- 
graphical comedy by Barney Kremer. 
(Lester R. Ktemer) 134 1. 3 acts. 
© Lester R. Kremer; 10Apr69; 
DU73914 . 

SONG OF THE SEINE, a drama In three 
acts by Margaret Sperry (Margaret 
Sperry Russak) 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Heloise and Abelard, 
1936, 45763. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Margaret Sperry (Mrs. Ben 
Russak); 24Feb69; DU73580. 

SONG OF VICTORY. See 
CHARMIN ' ' N ' FAEMIN ' . 

SONNET 29; playlet In one act by 

Carleton Healy. 27 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. lDec66, DU67400. NM: 
addition. © Carleton Healy; l4Apr69; 
DU74064. 

THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE, a play in 
two acts by Clark Fuller, pseud, of 
Clark F. Sergei. With optional 
music and lyrics by Mark Buccl based 
on original music by Paul Dukas. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 52 p. 
Book & lyrics only. 9 Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 28jan69; DP6926. 

SORRY, CHARLIE. See 
THE FUNERAL PARTY. 

SOUL PIECES, a dramatic musical, soul 
style written by Freddie Roach. 
1 V. 3 acts. © Fred P. Roach; 
17Mar69; DU73785 . 

SOUND AND SILENCE. See 
HOW DO YOU KNOW. 

SPANISCHES DREIECK. See 
INTEGRALE TRILOGIE. 

THE SPANISH WOULDN'T SHOOT THE POPE, a 
one act play by Sherlock Wyndhambell. 
24 1. © Sherlock Wyndhambell; 
10Feb69; DU73506. 

THE SPANISH WOULDN'T SHOOT THE POPE? 
Dialogues not yet overheard In Vatican 
halls; one act play by Sherlock 
Wyndhambell. 22 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. lOFebfig, 66822. NM: 
additions. © Sherlock Wyndhambell; 
21Mar69; DF7018. 

SPARE. See 
COCKADE. 

THE SPECIAL INVESTIGATORS; half -hour 
television drama, script by Dean 
Poucher. Case no.l: Harper's 
bizarre. 43 1. © Dean J. Poucher; 
2Apr69; DU73868. 

SPECIES CHANGE, by Merle Taliaferro, 
pseud, of Mary S. Joyner. 127 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Mary S. Joyner; 
3Feb69; DU73425. 

SPEECH-COMMUNICATION EVALUATION TEST, 
by Paul Helnberg. 6 1. A recording 
script. © Paul Heinberg; 10Feb69: 
C21363. 



SPELLING GENERALIZATION READING TAPES; 
script for recording by Roberta 
La Coste. 1 v. (Ideal structured 
reading tapes, series 2805) © Ideal 
School Supply Co.; lApr69; C21576. 

THE SPIDER AND THE FOX, by Henry C. 
Timm. 21 1. A play. Appl. authors: 
Henry C. Timm & Peter Battis. 
© Henry C. Timm; 17Mar69; DU738OO. 

THE SPIDER FARM, a play in three acts 
by Monica Witni. 86 1 . © Monica 
Witnl; llFeb69; DU73536. 

THE SPIRIT OF INQUIRY AND THE IDEA OF 
LIBERTY. See 
MEN OF THOUGHT, MEN OF ACTION. 

THE SPORTING LIFE; words by Joseph 
Vuono. Pt.l: Golf. 6 1. A script. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 7Dec67, 
29586. NM: dramatization dialogue, 
stage direction. © Joseph Vuono; 
20Feb69; DU73835 . 

SPUNK; book & lyrics by Don Taggart 
(Donald B. Taggart) 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Donald B. Taggart; 22May69; 
DU74333. 

A SPY FOR GENERAL GEORGE; the story of 
Nathan Hale by Tom McKenna (Thomas E. 
McKenna) 35 1. A play. © Thomas E. 
McKenna; 13Feb69; DU73574. 

SQUARE IN THE EYE, a play in two acts by 
Jack Gelber. New York, Grove Press. 
124 p. (Evergreen original, E-394) 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1964, DU6II95 . 
© Jack Gelber; 29Apr66; DP6983. 

STAINING AND OBSERVING BACTERIA. 

4 1. A filmstrip script. Appl. au- 
thor: General Learning Corp. 
® General Learning Corp.; 22Apr69; 
C2166I. 

STAINING AND OBSERVING BLOOD CELLS. 
51. A filmstrip script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp. 
© General Learning Corp.; 22Apr69; 
C21655. 

STAIRCASE, by Charles Dyer. [Great 
Britain] Penguin Books. 87 p. 2 
acts. (Penguin modern playwrights, 
NPl) © Charles Dyer; 24Nov66; DF1964 . 



STALK A SUCKLING FAWN, by Evelyn 
Minshull. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Evelyn Minshull; 8Apr69; DU74032. 

STAR TREK: THE KYSISIAN SLAVE, a tele- 
play by Mary Derochle. 34 1. 
3 acts. © Mary Louise Fayette 
Derochle; 10Apr69; DU73994 . 

STATEHOOD AND NATIONHOOD. See 

CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, AND NEW MEXICO, 
A REGIONAL HISTORY. 

STATEMENT BY CORETTA SCOTT KING, PRESS 
CONFERENCE, LONDON, ENGLAND, MARCH I6, 
1969. 3 1. © Coretta Scott King; 
10Apr69; C21625. 

THE STIMULANTS. See 

DRUGS OF ABUSE. 
STOCKINGS. See 

JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, 
STOCKINGS. 

STONE INTO FLOURES. See 
HER OWN PARADISE. 

THE STONE WALL, an Easter play by 

Esther M. Bailey. Winona Lake, Ind., 
Rodeheaver Co. 16 p. 2 scenes. 
® Rodeheaver Co.; 31Dec68; DP6909. 

STOP SMOKING THROUGH POSITIVE 

REENFORCEMENT (A technic to stop 
smoking) Script for lecture and 
recording script by Herbert Spiegel. 
81.® Herbert Spiegel; 50Jun69; 



STOP 13: THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY, 
an original musical satire; book by 
Lawrence Raiken & Robert L. 
Henninger; music & lyrics by Joyce 
Hill & William Brooke; music 
arranged by Ralph Manna . II5 1 . 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Robert Henninger & Lawrence 
Raiken; 2May69; DU74639. 

STOP WORRYING, MAMA, I'M HOME; screen- 
play by May Winnifred Annexton 
(May Winnifred Annexton Karatz) 
108 1. © May Annexton Karatz 
(Mrs. Stanley A. Karatz); 21Jan69; 
DU73473. 

STORM TREE, a drama of the Creek Indians 
by Martha Frazer Rankin. 84 1. 
® Martha Frazer Rankin; 4Apr69; 
DU74095. 

THE STORY AND LIFE OF WOLFGAMG AMADEUS 
MOZART, by Benjamin Adelman. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Benjamin 
Adelman; 9Jun69; C21797. 



STORY OF A SLAVE REBELLION. 
GABRIEL. 



See 



THE STORY OF BEN KUYKENDALL AND JIM 
BROWN; original story and teleplay 
by Ben Kuykendall. 30 1. ® Ben 
Kuykendall; llMai^9; DU73750. 

THE STORY OF LIEUTENANT COCKATOO; 
music by Phyllis Tate, words by 
Ronald Eyre. [England] Oxford 
University Press. 22 p. ® Phyllis 
Tate & Ronald Eyre; 5Dec68; DFI957. 

THE STORY OF THE THREE LITTLE NOTES, 
DO, RE AND MI; script & score by 
Glen T. Moore. 1 v. NM: additions. 
© Glen T. Moore; 2Jun69; DU74382. 

THE STORY OF THE THREE LITTLE PIGS. 
See 
FICTION AND FANTASY. 

STORYBOOK WEDDING, by Emil J. DiLorenzo. 
n,l^ ^^ script. ©Emil J. DiLorenzo; 
21Jan69; C21280. 

STORYPLAY, by Fern, pseud, of Fern 
Sybil Keiner. 1 v. 2 musical plays. 
(Some colors of a rainbow) Contents: 

Pt.1-2: Daisy and her yellow day. 

Bluebirds in the sky. ® Fern Sybil 
Keiner; 27May69; DU74417. 

A STRANGER IN PURGATORY, a drama In 
three acts by M. R. Rltter. 74 1 
© Madge Rltter; 13Jun69; DU74552. 

STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL, a two act drama 
by William L. Huganir. 1 v. 
® William L. Huganir; 10Feb69- 
DU73505. 

STREAM OF DISSIDENCE, by Merle 

Taliaferro, pseud, of Mary S. Joyner. 
130 1. A play in 4 acts. © Marv S 
Joyner; 3Mar69; DU73687. 

STREAM QUALITY: THE PROCESSES AND 
EVENTS IN THE STREAM EXPOSED TO OR- 
GANIC POLLUTION, by Charles ReVelle 

Li' ^o ^^'■iPt- ® Charles ReVelle;' 
26Dec68; C21357. ' 

STREETS OF THE CITY, by Florence P. 
Simlster. 1 v. Recording scripts. 
© Florence P. Simlster; 19Mar69: 
C21555. 

STRESS PREVENTION THROUGH HYPNO- 

CYBERNETICS: SESSION 1-3, by Raymond 
W. Burnap. 3 v. 3 recording scripts. 
© Raymond W. Burnap; 7May6Q; C21697- 
21699. 

STRESS PREVENTION THROUGH HYPNO- 
CYBERNETICS: SESSION 4, by Raymond 
W. Burnap. 40 1. Lecture. © Ray- 
mond W. Burnap; 19May69; C21754. 



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STRESS PREVENTION THROUGH HYPNO- 
CYBERNETICS: SESSION 5, by Raymond 
W. Burnap. 46 1. Lecture. ® Ray- 
mond W. Burnap; 22May69; C21759. 

STRONG BREED. See 

THE TRIALS OF BROTHER JERO AMD THE 
STRONG BREED. 

THE STUDENT AND THE SERVANT GIRL; or. 
The Jailor's wife. A farce in three 
acts ty Ellsha Ignatoff . 1 v. 
© Ellsha Ignatoff; 9Apr69; BWJ'iOkl. 

THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND, by Capital 
Enterprises. 17 1. A script. 
® Capital Enterprises, Inc.; 19May69; 
C 2174 6. 

SUBTRACTION IN OTHER BASES. 6 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
® Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; lAprSg; C21590. 

SUBTRACTION IN OTHER BASES. 5 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 4Apr69; C2l6l2. 

SUCCESS . See 
SALES DYNAMICS. 

SUGAR RAY ROBINSON VS. STANLEY 
KETCHEIi Sse 

THE ALl'tIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 
Fight no. 15. 

SUICIDE EXHIBITION, & related acts by 
Dale Blair. 1 v. © Dale Blair; 
17Mar69; DU73806. 

SUIT OF ARMOUR, a play in three acts 
by Frank Stelnkellner. 55 1- 
® Frank Stelnkellner; 5May69; 
DU74323. 

SUMMARY OF RESPONSES TO QUESTIONNAIRE, 
by Hubert Dunphy. 10 p. © Herbert 
Dunphy; 29Jan69; C21286. 

SUMMER FEVER, a musical play in two 
acts; book, lyrics and music by 
Richard Holden. 2 v. © Richard 
Holden; 21Jan69; DU73527 . 

SUMMER INTERLUDE, an original screen- 
play by Roderick P. Bradley. 152 1. 
© Roderick P. Bradley; lApr69; 
DU73851. 

SUMMERTREE, by Ron Cowen. New York, 
Random House. IO6 p. 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. DU71863. ® Ron 
Cowen; 12Nov68; DP6946. 

SUNDAY OF HOSTAGES. See 
A NICE PLACE TO DIE. 

A SUHIJY AFTERNOON ON THE BANK OP THE 

POTOMAC, by Rennick W. Harris. 

49 1. © Rennick W. Harris; 

7Peb69; DU73'*77. 
SumiSE FARM, A CHILDREN'S VACATION 

LAND. See 

ACRES OF DIAMONDS. 

SUNSET GUN, by George W. Long. I03 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © George W. Long; 
l6May69; DU7'^295• 

SURELY YOU JEST; book & lyrics by Jeff 
Sweet (Jeffrey Warren Sweet) with 
Marc Llpman; music by Jeff Sweet. 
1 V. A play in 12 scenes. ® Jeffrey 
Sweet & Marc Llpman; l8Feb69; DU73529. 

THE SURRENDER AT APPOMATTOX. 6 1. 
Appl. author: Cultural History Re- 
search. ® Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co.; 2Jun69; 621806. 

SUSAN, by Tim Hardin. Sheet. Recita- 
tion. ® Faithful Virtue Music Co., 
Inc.; l6May69; C21702. 



THE SUSPICIOUS HUSBAND, by Pigmeat 
Markham (Dewey Markham) 7 1. 
A script. © Dewey Markham; 19Peb69; 
C21395. 

SUZAMNA ANDLER. See 
THEATRE II. 

EVIESA IR ELDORADO, by Anatolijus 
Kairys. Terra. 142 p. 2 plays. 
Contents: Svlesa, kuri uzsidege (The 
light, indeed) — Eldorado. 
S Anatolijus Kairys; lDec68; DP69II. 

SWEAT ON MY GRAVE, by Jerry Jones. 
166 1. A screenplay In 3 acts. 
© Jerry Jones; 6Feb69; DU73472. 



SWEDENHIELMS . 
FOUR PLAYS. 



See 



SWEET AND SOUR. See 
HOW DO YOU KNOW. 

SWEET EROS AND WITNESS; two one-act 
plays by Terrence McNally. 
Dramatists Play Service. 60 p. 
© Terrence McNally; 24jun69; DP7OI3. 

SWEET HOME, by Jean Kemper Hoffmann. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
©Mrs. Arnold Hoffmann, Jr.; 3Feb69; 
DU73tlt • 

SWEET REASON, a play with music, book & 
lyrics by Charles S. Levy. I06 1. 
13 scenes. © Charles S. Levy; 
llJun69; DU74520. 

SWEET TOM, by Myron Levoy. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Myron Levoy; 
6Feb69; DU73464. 

SWEETS, a hlppo-crltical farce by 
Alan Gaylor. 66 1. A play in 2 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
17Feb65, DU62325. NM: adaptation & 
revision of TV play How sweet it is. 
© Alan Gaylor; 24Mar69; DU73884. 

SYLLABLES: PREFIXES. 5 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. ® Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
lApr69; C21599. 

SYLLABLi;S: PREFIXES. 4 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minneso- 
ta Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
4Apr69; C21609. 

SYLLABLES: SUFFIXES. 5 1. .Recording 
script. ® Minnesota Mining 8c Manu- 
facturing Co.; l4Mar69; C21492. 

SYNAPSE, a screenplay by James Paul 
Gay. 107 1. © James Paul Gay; 
I8jun69; DU74599. 



TAKE IT BACK, TAKE IT BACK, an original 
script by Dennis E. Gary. 54 1. 
Screenplay. © Dennis E. Gary; 
10Jun69; DU74513. 

TAKE THAT, an original screenplay by 
Julian Barry. l42 1. Appl. author: 
Pablo Ferro, employer for hire of 
J. Barry. © Mango Films, Ltd.; 
4Apr69; DU7409I. 

TAKING NOTES. 8 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
19Mar69; C21543. 

TALE OF PETER RABBIT. See 
FICTION AND FANTASY. 

TALES OF HERSHEL THE JESTER. See 
HAIR THE JESTER. 



TALKING GARDEN OP EDEN; words by Bob 
Coltman (Robert Coltman) 3 1. 
® Bob Coltman; 27Jun69; C21852. 

TALL TREE STAMDS TALL, a play by Carl 
Whitman, Jr. 1 v. 2 acts. © Carl 
Whitman, Jr.; 28May69; DU74582. 

THE TANGENT FUNCTION. 4 1. A record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. ® Min- 
nesota Mining 8c Manufacturing Co.; 
19Mar69; C21552. 

TANGO, a play in three acts by Slawomlr 
Mrozek; translated by Ralph Manheim &. 
Teresa Dzleduscycka. New York, Grove 
Press. 107 p. Appl. author: Grove 
Press, Inc., employer for hire of 
translators. ® on translation; 
Grove Press, Inc.; lMay69 (in notice: 
1968); DP7004. 



LE TARTUFFE, by Moliere, pseud, of 
Jean Baptiste Poquelin; edited by 
Hallam Walker. Englewood Cliffs, 
N.J., Prentice-Hall. 124 p. 
(Prentice-Hall masterpieces of French 
literature series) 5 acts. NM: 
introd., notes & questions. © Pren- 
tice-Hall, Inc.; 2Jan69; A40318. 

A TASTE OF SULFUR, by Fred Bornet . 

123 1. A screenplay. © Fred Bornet; 
20May69; DU74366. 

TATTOO FOR THELMA, by James Hickman. 
43 1. A play in 3 scenes. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 25Mar65, DU62619. 
NM: additions & revisions. ® James J. 
Hickman; 15Apr69; DU73975. 

TATTOO PARLOR, by Tom LaBar. 25 1. 
A play. ® Tom LaBar; 5Mar69; 
DU73716. 



TAURUS WILL CROSS THE SKY, a play by 
William Tapla. 1st draft. 62 1. 
6 scenes. © William Tapia; 30Jun69; 
DU74668. 

TEA PARTY; and other plays by Harold 

Pinter. London, Methuen. II5 p. 
3 plays. © H. Pinter, Ltd.; 

15Jun67; DPI945. 

TEA TIME. See 
SHIVERS. 

TECHNIC TO STOP SMOKING. See 
STOP SMOKING THROUGH POSITIVE 
REENFORCEMENT . 

TECHNIQUES OF EFFECTIVE SELLING. See 
SALES DYNAMICS. 

TED COOK IS IN PARLOR B, by Richard 
Erickson & Dean Mcllnay. 24 1. 
A play. © Richard Erickson & Dean 
Mcllnay; 21May69; DU74368. 

TEENAGERS OF THE BIBLE; three one act 
plays by Madge Fisher Harrah. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 54 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. ® Madge Harrah; 
I4jan69; DP6972. 

TEGAROON, a play in two acts by Wallace 
Hamilton. 89 1. © Wallace Hamilton; 
10Feb69; DU73497. 

TELEGRAM, a screenplay by Rob Ewing 
(Robert Henry Ewing III) 8c Larry 
Hite (Lawrence David Hlte) 181 1. 
® Robert Henry Ewing III 8c Lawrence 
David Hite; 27Jan69; DU73358. 

TELEGRAPH HILL; original screenplay by 
Paul Clare. 120 1. © Paul P. 
Clare; 26Mar69; DU73912- 

THE TELESYMBOL, by Tamara Ressman 

a.k.a Tamara Lesser. 1 v. A script. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 26jul66, 
CI8736. NM: addition. © Tamara 
Ressman; l8Feb69; C 21397. 



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Jan.-June 



A TELEVISION SPECIAL ON SOUTH PHILLY'S 
STARS, by Fred Dlsiplo. 6 1. 
® Phllly 5.7 Prod., Inc.; 19May69; 
C21732. 

TELL ME ANOTHER, a comedy by Mo 
Schneider (Maurice Schneider) & 
Joe Felnsteln (Joseph Feinsteln) 
1 V. 5 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 19Jun67, DU68998. NM: title, 
revisions & additions. © Maurice 
Schneider & Joseph Feinsteln; 
21Jan69; DU73351. 

THE TEMPERING OF JOHN ARVAD, by William 
R. Craig. 1 V. A play in 5 scenes. 
© William R. Craig; 12May69; DU7't269. 

10-2 DOUBLE PLUS; words & music by 

D. Clay & V. Basemore . Sheet. 
® Arc Music Corp. & Our House; 
26Feb69; C21384. 

TENEBRAE, a screenplay by Andre Shev- 
sky, pseud, of Jeffrey Michael 
Andrusesky. 19 1. © Jeffrey 
Michael Andrusesky; 6jan69; DU73351. 

THE TERRITORY AHEAD, a play in one act 
by Robert Berger. 17 1. © Robert 
Berger; 28May69; DU74420. 

EL TESORO DEL DIABLO (Devil's 

treasure) Hlstoria de Jose A. Torres. 
91 1. A screenplay. © Jose Antonio 
Torres; 28Mar69; DU73916. 

TEST TUBE, a play in 3 acts by Harry 
T. Zankel. 102 1. © Harry Tevel 
Zankel; 10Mar69; DU737't8. 

TESTARIUM. See 
SECOND SERVICE. 

TESTS FOR DIVISIBILITY. 6 1. A re- 
cording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co. ® Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co.; 19Mar69; C21526. 

TEXTURES; original screenplay by David 
E. Durston. 104 1. © David E. 
Durston; 9Jun69; DU74426. 

THANK YOU AND GOOD NIGHT, GENTILES AND 
LADLEMAN, a domestic comedy in four 
acts by Drury Tandem, pseud, of J. R. 
Harmacek. 87 1. © J. R. Harmacek 
d.b.a. California Theatrical Proper- 
ties; 21Mar69; DU73995. 

THANK YOU, HWANG, a comedy in three 
acts by R. R. von Ezdorf. 49 1. 
© Richard R. von Ezdorf; l6Dec68; 
DU73385. 

THAT OLD GANG OF MINE, a comedy TV 
script; written by Erica Kerry; cre- 
ated & originated by Gary Blohm & 
Erica Kerry. 27 1. 2 segments. 
© Gary Blohm & Erica Kerry; l!tFeb69; 
DU73550. 

THAT PURPLE CAT; written especially 
for the children by Ernestine E. 
Martin. 10 1. A play. © Ernestine 

E. Martin; 25Jun69; DU74625. 

THAT STUPID CHRISTMAS PLAY, a Christmas 
play in one act by Carl Mays. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 22 p. Appl. author: 
Walter H. Baker Co., employer for 
hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 10Apr69; 
DP697I. 

THAT TENDER TOUCH; original story by 
Robert Caramico, screenplay by 
Russel Vincent. 88 1. Appl. author: 
Artisan Productions, Inc., employer 
for hire of Russel Vincent. 
© Artisan Productions, Inc.; 21Jan69; 
DU73'H0. 

THAT YOUR FRUIT SHALL REMAIN, by Clara 
Grace. 11 1. Recording script. 
© Clara A. Grace; 9Jun69; C21796. 



THAT'S ONE OF MY MOTHER'S JOKES, by 
Clara Cedrone & Damian Mitchell. 
31. A dialogue. © Clara Cedrone 
& Damian Mitchell; 17Apr69; C2l649. 

THEATRE I: Le veau gras, et al. By 
Bernard Zimmer. Paris, La Table 
Ronde. 568 p. 9 plays. NM: revi- 
sions & additions. © Editions de la 
Table Ronde; 15May68; DFO-l65lt. 

THEATRE II, by Marguerite Duras . 
Suzanna Andler & others. [Paris] 
Galllmard. 285 p. © Editions Galli- 
mard; 50Jun68; DFO-1647. 

THEATRE III, by Bernard Zimmer. 

Abraham et al. Paris, Table Ronde. 
421 p. © Editions de la Table 
Ronde; 12Feb69; DFO-1669. 

THEATRE III, by Fernand Crommelynck. 
Le chevalier de la lune; ou. Sir 
John Falstaff; Une femme qu'a le 
coeur trop petit. [Paris] Galllmard. 
J26 p. NM: new text & compilation 
of texts for Le chevalier de la lune; 
ou. Sir John Falstaff. © Editions 
Galllmard; 31Dec68; DFO-1664. 

THEATRE CHOISI. See 
CORHEILLE. 

THEATRE COMPLET DE CORNEILLE, IV. See 
CORHEILLE. 

THEATRE IN THE REAL. See 
THE BIG GATE. 

THEATRE TOME IV. See 
ESSAIS RADIOPHONIQUES . 

THEATRO PANORAMICO, a motion picture 
play by Louis Stanton & David Lee 
Rhoades. 1 v. with music & lyrics 
to 8 songs. © Louis Stanton & David 
Lee Rhoades; 30Apr69; DU74330. 

THEN WHY DOES THE PIANO HAVE NO KEYS' 
A new play by Michael Mathias. 
158 1. 15 scenes. © Michael 
Theodore Mathias; 21May69; DU74345. 
THEN WOULD I FLY AWAY; one act play 
for six women by Mrs. Edwin L. 
Dickey (Dorothy G. Dickey) 11 1. 
© Mrs. Edwin L. Dickey; 7Feb59; 
DU73474. 

THE THEOLILOGY, by James, pseud, of 
James Edward Carr. 1 v. A play. 
© James Edward Carr; 7Apr69; DU74007. 

A THEORY OF GRAVITATION, a lecture by 
Robert L. Morehouse. 4 1. © Robert 
L. Morehouse; 3Jan69; C21264. 

A THEORY OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN 

POSTULATIONAL FORM, by Isabel Wright 
32 p. © Isabel Wright; 24jun69: 
C2I854. 

THERE WAS A JAN, by Ray Sallack. 
120 1. A play in 3 acts. © Ray 
Sallack; 19Feb69; DU73605. 

TKERE'LL BE A WHOLE NEW DAY, a revue bv 
James C. Huffstutler, Gary Brewer & 
^^!J'!,^""^'" (Stephen C. Brewer) with 
additional materials by Candy Arthur. 
1 V. With music. © James C 
Huffstutler; ljun69; DP7017. 

THERE'S A LITTLE AMBIGUITY OVER THERE 
AMONG THE BLUEBELLS; and other 
theater poems by Ruth Krauss; 
graphics by Marilyn Harris. New 
York, Something Else Press. 1 v. 
© Ruth Krauss; lSep68; A64212. 

THE THERMOMETER, BOILING POINT AND 
SUB ZERO DEGREES. 4 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining Sc Manufacturing Co. ® Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
lApr69; 021582. 



THESE ARE MY PEOPLE, a play in one act 
by Anne Coulter Martens. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 22 p. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 90ct68; DP69OO. 

THESE BLACK GHETTOS, by R. Tous saint. 
62 1. A play in 3 acts. © Richard 
P. Toussaint; 15May69; DU74288. 

THEY ARE JUST AWAY, by Jack Ragsdale. 
52 1. A play. © Jack Ragsdale; 
13Jan69; DU73259. 

THEY CALL HIM SAM, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Florence L. Balnes . 31 1. 
© Florence L. Baines; 17Jan69; 
DU73302. 

THEY KNOW NOT WHAT THEY DO; original 
story & screenplay by Vincent 
Cotugno. 160 1. © Vincent Cotugno; 
2May69; DU74213. 

THEY NEVER LEARNS. See 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 

THEY WERE A BACKWARD PEOPLE, by Marion 
L. Olsen. 2 sheets. © Marlon L 
Olsen; 23Apr69; C21668. 

THIEF. See 

THE UNDERTAKING; THIEF; THE PIG. 



THIN SLICE. 
4x1-4. 



See 



A THING OF BOOTY, by Michael Preston. 
28 1. A play. ® Michael P. 
Preston; 27Mar69; DU73925. 

THE THIRD EYE OF CARIOCA, a film script 
by Howard K. Parker. 123 1. 
© Howard Kipp Parker, Jr.; I9N0V68; 
DP6974. 

THE THIRD WISH, by Ernestine E. Martin. 
11 1. A musical play. Book only. 
© Ernestine E. Martin; 23Jun69; 
DU74627. 

THIRTEEN PLAYS PRESENTED AT CHRISTMAS 
IN THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSE, COLGATE 
UNIVERSITY; 1943-1956; written by 
various hands. 87 p. Dramatization 
of works by Lewis Carroll, pseud, of 
Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, L. P. Hale 
& Grimm; abridgement of works by 
Shakespeare & J. Q. Adams. Appl. 
author: Josephine Young Case. 
© Josephine Young Case; 19Dec68; 
DP7OO8. 

THIRTY PLAYS FOR CLASSROOM READING, a 
new approach to the reading program 
in the intermediate grades by Donald 
D. Durrell & B. Alice Crossley. 
Boston=, Plays. 206 p. NM: editorial 
revision of introd. © Plays, Inc •' 
27Dec68; A40022. 

THIS HERE FRAUD RACKET. See 
COPS & ROBBERS. 

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED TO ADOLPH HITLER. 
See 
AN HISTORICAL MOMENT. 

THIS JUST IN, by Awesome Display Junior, 
pseud, of Larry McCoy. 15 1. A 
screenplay. © Larry McCoy; 17Mar69; 
DU73802. 

THOSE WEDDING BELLS, a comedy in one 
act by Marylou Harris Wilkinson 
(Mary Louise H. Wilkinson) 39 1. 
i> Marylou Harris Wilkinson (Mrs. Lewis 
H. Wilkinson); 10Feb69; DU73511. 

THREE BEARS. See 

FICTION AND FANTASY. 

THREE BLACK COMEDIES, by Norman Beim. 
1 V. Contents: The failure. — A 
queen's revenge. — The deserter. 
© Norman Beim; 19May69; DU74351. 



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THREE COMEDIES, by Aristophanes; 
edited by William Arrowsmlth. The 
birds; The clouds, translated by 
William Arrowsmlth; The wasps, 
translated by Douglass Parker. 1st 
ed. University of Michigan Press. 
130 p. (Ann Arbor paperbacks) NM: 
compilation. © William Arrowsmlth; 
15May69; A73467. 

300 YEARS, CORTEZ TO FREMONT. See 
CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, AND NEW MEXICO, 
A REGIONAL HISTORY. 

THREE ON A SKI, a musical comedy; book 
8: lyrics by Wm. P. Barlow, Jr. & 
Denise Kilbourne, music by Wm. P. 
Barlow, Jr. 1 v. 2 acts. t> Wm. P. 
Barlow, Jr. & Denise Kilbourne; 
12Feb69; DU75516. 

THREE ONE ACT PLAYS, by Melvln Beaunorus 
Tolson. 3 V. Contents: Transfigura- 
tion springs. — Bivouac on the Santa 
Pe. — The fence war. © Melvin 
Beaunorus Tolson & Mrs. Melvln B. 
Tolson; 3Feb69; DU73'*2't. 

THREE PARTIES, a musical comedy in 
three acts with an Introd. & lyrics 
by Erwln Tramer. Based on Johann 
Nestroy's version of La Jolie fllle 
du faubourg, by Charles Paul de Kock 
& Victor Varln. I08 1. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as The girl from the suburb, l4Apr48, 
DU14074. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Erwin Tramer; 25Apr69; DU74172. 

THREE PLAYS, MAY 69, by Sidney Shapiro. 
1 v. Contents: Shepheard ' s hotel. — 
The soft shoe of hungry animals. — 
We all do the best we can. © Sidney 
Shapiro; 12May69; DU7't26't. 

THREE TARS IN A TUB, a new musical 
comedy; book & lyrics by Gene T. 
Monteflore. 1 v. 2 acts. © Gene T. 
Monteflore; 28Apr69; DU74182. 

THREE TIERS, by De Elda Calloway. 
28 1. A play In 3 acts. © De Elda 
Calloway; 28Apr69; DU74o87. 

THRILLER OF THE YEAR, by Glyn Jones. 
52 p. London, S. French. (French's 
acting edition) 3 acts. © Glyn 
Jones; l8jul68; DPI951. 

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. See 
THE UNDERGROUND ALICE. 

TIDES OF CHANGE, PT.1-2. See 
MEN OF THOUGHT, MEN OF ACTION. 

TILL KINGDOM COME, a play in one act 
by Frank Phillips III & Linda Martin- 
sen. 1 V. With lyrics for 1 song. 
© Frank Phillips III; 5Feb69; DU73438. 

TILL MURDER US DO PART, a play in 
three acts by Ben Orkow. 1 v. 
© Ben Orkow; 4Apr69; DU73999. 

A TIME FOR BURNT ROSES, a play in three 
acts by Betty P. James. 1 v. 
© Betty Payne James; 27Feb69: 
DU73668. 

THE TIME HAS COME, a chancel drama in 
one act by Peter Martens, pseud, of 
Alan P. Weldon. 22 1. © Silver 
Spring Community Players & Alan P. 
Weldon; l4Mar69; DU73771. 

THE TIME OF CONFUSION, a one act 

musical comedy by Frank Wille. 1 v. 
© Frank Wille; l8Jun69; DU74602. 

TIME RUNS OUT AT CLICK CLOCK ROCK, a 
one act play by Timothy Taylor. 17 1. 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. © Timo- 
thy Taylor; 3Feb69; DU73421. 

TIME TO WAKE UP, a play by Walker 
Franklin, pseud, of Gilbert Leigh. 
1 V. 3 acts. © Gilbert Leigh; 
17Mar69; DU7381I. 



TINA AND THE MAGICAL DUMP, a children's 
play by Bonnie Joseph. 12 1. 
3 scenes. ©Bonnie Joseph; 23Jun69; 
DU74618. 

TO A MAN, by Jon Ostrov. Rev. 1969. 
20 1. Television script. © Jon W. 
Ostrov; 21May69; C21773 . 

TO ARMS. See 
CAPTURED. 

TO BE A MAN, a play in one act by 
Michael Farrell. 19 1. © Michael 
Gordon Farrell; 28Feb69; DU73677- 

TO BE ANNOUNCED, a radio play by Leo 
Goldman. l4 1. © Leo Goldman; 
5Mar69; C21444. 

TO BE OR NOT TO BE, a 3 act play by 
Madolln Cervantes. 94 1. © Madolin 
Cervantes; l6May69; DU74296. 

TO CATCH A GHOST, by Samuel P. Swett. 
5 1- A screenplay. © Samuel P. 
Swett; l8Apr69; DU74ll4. 

TO CATCH A THIEF; or. The doomsday bug. 
Written by John Dillon, pseud, of 
John J. Fuery. 75 1. A screenplay. 
© John J. Fuery; 9May69; DU74261. 

TO SLEEP, PERCHANCE TO DREAM, by Robert 
P. Kldwell. 1 V. A play In 4 acts. 
© Robert P. Kldwell; 4Mar69; DU73707. 

TO TURN A WINDY CORNER; one act play 
by Lou Stein (Louis Stein) 33 1. 
® Louis Stein; 6Mar69; DU73735. 

TOGETHER AGAIN, an original screenplay 
for a short film by Lou Lefort 
(Louis Lefort) 9 1. © Louis Lefort; 
25Mar69; DU73897. 

TOILET. See 

THE BAPTISM & THE TOILET. 

TOIRIDHE (A pursuer) By Kathryn 
Murphey. 1 v. A play in 2 scenes. 
© Kathryn Elizabeth Murphey; 
19Feb69; DU73609. 

t6kEK. See 

LA FAMILLE TOT. 

TOM PAINE, a play in two parts by Paul 
Foster. New York, Grove Press. 
112 p. (Evergreen playscrlpt, no. 21) 
With music. Appl. states prev. reg. 
6May67, DU71460. © Paul Foster; 
17Jun68; DP6943. 

TOMASI DI LAMPEDUSA. See 
IL GATTOPARDO. 

TOMO; opera fantasy In one act by 
Michael M. Horvlt. 76 p. Piano- 
vocal score. Appl. states prev. reg. 
3Dec65, DU64578. NM: musical setting. 
© Michael M. Horvlt; 5Feb69; DU73441. 
TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY, by Albert M. 
Voss, 1 V. A play In 2 acts. . 
© Albert M. Voss; 6May69; DU74236. 
TONIGHT: CHEKHOV, THREE WOMEN, a come- 
dy of letters & memoirs adapted by 
Thaddeus Wittlln from the memoirs & 
correspondence of Anthony Chekhov; 
edited & arranged as a play by 
Thaddeus Wittlln, excerpts of letters 
8: memoirs translated from the origi- 
nal Russian by Thaddeus Wittlln. 
183 1. 3 acts. © Thaddeus Wittlln: 
10Jan69; DU73354 . 

TOO LONG AT THE FAIR, by Sydney 
Chandler, pseud, of June Septant. 
80 1. A play. © June Septant; 
19May69; DU74357. 

TOOLS AND SKILLS OF MANAGEMENT. See 
GENERAL MANAGEMENT SERIES. Program 
no. 12. 



THE TOOTH FAIRY'S SECOND HELPER, a den- 
tal puppet show by F. Kless Yellen. 
4 1. Script. © Florence Kless 
Yellen; 31Jan69; C21298. 



THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN, by Goldle P. 
Sutton. 96 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Goldle P. Sutton; llApr69; DU74054 . 

THE TOP OF THE SKY, a dramatic composi- 
tion by Edward Clifford Rowe. 10 1. 
A play. © Edward Clifford Rowe; 
2Jun69; DU74446. 

TORTURE TRAIL, by Arthur E. Dodds. 
89 1. A play In 3 acts. © Arthur 
E. Dodds; 13May69; DU74279. 

TOTENTANZ . See 
PLAY STRINDBERG. 

A TOUCH OF BRIGHTNESS, a play in 

seven scenes and one intermission by 
Partap Sharma. New York, Grove Press. 
96 p. (Evergreen playscrlpt, no.15) 
© Partap Sharma; 12Apr68; DP6942. 

THE TOUR, by Marian Winters. 83 1. 
A play In 3 acts. © Marian Winters; 
25Feb69; DU73646. 

LA TOUR D'EINSTEIN, de Christian Llger. 
66 1. A play in 2 parts. © Chris- 
tian Llger; 5May69; DU74306. 

TOUR GUIDE TO ST. THOMAS, 10 DIFFERENT 
TRIPS. 1 V. 10 tape scripts. 
Appl. author: Island Surrey, Ltd. 
© Island Surrey, Ltd.; 20May69; 
C 2174 2. 

TOWARD A NEW CENTURY. See 

NEW ENGLAND, A REGIONAL HISTORY. 

TOYS, by Macs McAree. 104 1. A screen- 
play. From an original story by 
Stanley H. Brasloff . Appl. author: 
Ray Wells. © SHB Productions, Inc.; 
19May69; DU74326. 

TRADITION FACES THE FUTURE. See 
NEW ENGLAND, A REGIONAL HISTORY. 

TRAUME, by Isang Yun. Der Traum des 
Liu-Tung; Die Witwe des 
Schmetterllngs. Berlin, Bote & Bock. 
39 P- Libretto. Appl. authors: 
Hans Rudelsberger, Winfried 
Bauernfelnd, & Harald Kunz. © Bote 
& Bock; 23Dec68; DFO-I685 . 

TRAGEDY; texts & commentary, edited 
with an Introd. & comments by Morris 
Freedman. New York, Scribner. 644 p. 
NM: introd., commentary & compilation, 
© Charles Scribner 's Sons; 29Jan69; 
A65453 . 

THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR, by 
William Shakespeare; edited by 
Maurice Charney. Indianapolis, 
Bobbs-Merrlll. 194 p. (The Bobbs- 
Merrlll Shakespeare series) 5 acts. 
NM: introd., nature of the text, list 
of characters, footnotes, appendix, 
except reprinted matter in Appendix B. 
©Bobbs-Merrlll Co., Inc.; 17Jan69; 
A50329. 

THE TRAGEDY OP KING RICHARD THE THIRD, 
by William Shakespeare; edited by 
George Lyman Klttredge; rev. by Irving 
Rlbner. Waltham, Mass., Blalsdell 
Pub. Co. 150 p. (The Klttredge 
Shakespeares) 5 acts. © Blalsdell 
Pub. Co., a division of Glnn & Co.; 
110c t68; A49960. 

TRAIN THROUGH HELL, by Jo Anne 

McKnlght. 10 1. A play. © Jo Anne 
McKnlght; 2Jan69; DU73915 . 



A TRAMP CALLED NANCY, by Eve Simson. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Eve 
Simson; 24Mar69; DU73891. 



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TRAMSFIGURATION SPRINGS. 
THREE ONE ACT PLAYS. 



See 



THE TRANSGRESSOR RIDES AGAIN, by Aldo 
Giunta. 1 v. A play In 5 acts. 
© Aldo Giunta; 15Apr69; DU7'»075. 

TRANSLATIONS OF THREE PLAYS BY LOPE DE 
VEGA: LA MOZA DE CANTARO, EL ACERO 
DE MADRID, AND FOR LA PUENTE, JUANA; 
WITH AN INVESTIGATION OF THEIR 
DRAMATIC FORM, by Kenneth D. Plonkey. 
Ann Arbor, University Microfilms 
Library Services. Microfilm. 
(Doctoral dissertation series) 
© Kenneth Dale Plonkey; JOAprSg; 

TRANSPORTATION. 5 1. Recording script. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; WMarSg; C21500. 

TRAUM DES LIU-TUNG. See 

trXume . 

THE TREADMILL, a play in three acts by 
I. Gordon Fels. 1st ed. New York, 
Vantage Press. Includes music for 
1 song. © I. Gordon Pels; 19Jun68; 
AlftSe?. 

TREASON, STRATAGEMS, AND SPOILS, a 
melodrame by William L. Adams, edited 
by George N. Belknap. Archon Books. 
163 p. 5 acts. NM: introd. & notes. 
© Yale University Library; 51Jan69 
(in notice: I968); A56885. 

THE TREASURE HUNT. 9 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
lApr69; C21579. 

TREAT 'EM ROUGH, by Plgmeat Markham 
(Dewey Markham) 6 1. A script. 
© Dewey Markham; lMay69; 02172'*. 

TREE, a play in two acts by Iris F^ye 
Rosofsky. 119 1. © Iris Faye 
Rosofsky; 6Jan69; DU75223. 

THE TREE, by C. U. Smith. 2 1. Record- 
ing script. © C. U. Smith; 26Mar69: 
C21508. ' 

TREES OF EDEN, by Ida Wilson Pinkney. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 25Mar63, DU57367; 12Sep68; 
DU72463. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Ida Wilson Pinkney; 28jan69; 
DU73'»90. 

TRIAD, a dance play by Henry C. Tlmm. 
91. © Henry C. Timm; 2ltApr69; 
C21645. 



TRIAL AND FRUSTRATION. 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 



See 



TRIAL BY FIRE, by Kevin 0' Morrison. 
1 V. A play in three acts. © Kevin 
O'Morrlson; l6jun69; DU7't55'*. 



THE TRIAL OF WILLIAM PENN, a play In 
two acts by Francis Biddle. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as If this 
be treason, 15Apr66, DU65554. NM: 
abridgement & revision. © Katherine 
Biddle; 17Jun69; DU7'i567 . 

THE TRIALS OF BROTHER JERO AND THE 
STRONG BREED; two plays by Wole 
Soyinka. Dramatists Play Service. 
67 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 1964. 
NM: addition & revision. © Wole 
Soyinka; 28Mar69; DP6975. 

TRIBAL HARANGUE. See 
THE HARANGUES. 

TRIBE! A new play in three acts by 
Paul Foster. 1 v. © Paul Foster; 
24Mar69; DU73888. 



THE TRILOGY; related one act plays by 
William Lederer. The force; On 
fire; The trip. 1 v. © William 
Lederer; 20Feb69; DU7354'f . 

TRIO; drel Einaker by Otto Gruenwald. 
Eine Frage der Zeit; Ricky; Der 
Austausch. 51 1. © otto Gruenwald; 
25Feb69; DU73555. 

TRIO: CHANUKAH 1968, by Elaine Sandra 
Schwartz. 5 1. A script. © Elaine 
Sandra Schwartz; 26Mar69; C2l643. 

TRIP. See 
THE TRILOGY. 



THE TRIUMPH OF ROBERT EMMET, by Bache 
McEvers Whitlock. 6I 1. A play In 
2 acts. © Bache McEvers Whitlock; 
9Apr69; DU74095- 

TROUBADOR WHO WOULD BE AMD THE LADY 
ON THE PEDESTAL. See 
WOMANNNNNNNNN. 

TROUBLE MAKING FOOL, by Larry Mullins . 
155 1. A play in 5 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 20Nov68, DU72960. 
NM: rewritten. ® Larry Curtis 
Mullins; llMar69; DU7393'*- 

THE TROUBLE WITH THIS GENERATION, by 
Richard Ploreck. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Richard Ploreck; 14Apr69; 
DU74o6l. 

THE TROUBLE WITH TRIANGLES, a one act 
play by LaVerna A. Ross. 27 1. 
© LaVerna A. Ross; 13Feb69; DU73573. 

THE TROUBLES, the narration of an 
audio tape-slide presentation by 
Matt Hanna. 1 v. © Matt Hanna; 
19May69; C21728. 

THE TROUBLESOME SEXES OF PRUNELLA AND 
BLURR, by Jerome Max. 122 1. 
A play In 7 scenes. © Jerome Max; 
17Feb69; DU73588. 

THE TRUE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS, by 
Lynn Phillips. 48 1. A play In 

5 scenes. © Calvin Lynn Phillips; 
24Feb69; DU73782. 

TRYP; book & lyrics by Jacques Levy, 
music by Roger McGuinn. 1 v. 
3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Jacques Levy; 24Mar69; DU73783. 

TUMBLEWEEDS, a new musical by Victor 
Wolf son & Lewis Little. 1 v. 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
author: Register & Tribune Syndicate, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Register 

6 Tribune Syndicate, Inc.; 6Mar69; 
DU73654. 

TURKISH DELIGHT, a one act opera based 
on Abu Hassan, music by Carl Maria 
von Weber, book & lyrics by James L. 
Llmbacher. 38 1. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: dialog & lyrics. © James L. 
Llmbacher; 24Feb69; DU73554 . 

TURKISH DELIGHT; or, Osmin & the slaves. 
By Raymond Walker & William 
Beaumont. An opera for schools in 
three acts based on Mozart's II 
seraglio. London, Novello. 63 p. 
Libretto. © Novello & Co., Ltd.; 
31Dec68; DFO-1686. 

TURKISH DELIGHT; or, Osmin and the 
slaves. By Raymond Walker & William 
Beaumont. An opera for schools in 
three acts based on Mozart's II 
seraglio. London, Novello. 90 p. 
Vocal score. NM: arrangement. 
© Novello & Co., Ltd.: 3Mar69: 
DFO-1687. 

TURN DOWN THE MUSIC, by Donald Poole. 
16 1. A play in 2 scenes. © Donald 
Gerald Poole; 14Mar69; DU73772. 



TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, by 
Henry D. Haynes 8c Kenneth C. Burns. 
Sheet. © Homer & Jethro Publica- 
tions; 27Jan69; C 21374 . 

TWELVE AMERICAN PLAYS, I92O-I96O; edited 
by Richard Corbin & Miriam Balf. 
New York, Scribner. 480 p. NM: 
preface & apparatus. © Charles 
Scribner 's Sons; gjan69; A56958. 

THE TWELVE CHAIRS, written for the 
screen by Mel Brooks. 173 1. 
Based on the novel by Ilf & Petrov. 
© Mel Brooks; 24Feb69; DU73637 . 

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-FIVE CENTS FOR EACH ADDITIONAL 
WORD, a one act comedy by Victor B. 
Miller. 22 1. © Victor B. Miller; 
7Feb69; DU73478. 



20 YEARS FROM NOW, a comic fantasy by 
J. I. Rodale. 39 1 . © J. I. Rodale; 
20Jan69; DP6955. 

20 YEARS FROM NOW, a comic fantasy by 
J. I. Rodale. April 1969 version. 
35 p. © J. I. Rodale; lApr69; 
DP6976. 

TWO, a love story with songs by 

S. Michael Gelber. 56 1. 11 scenes. 
Book only. © S. Michael Gelber; 
llApr69; DU74093. 

TWO ACTS & A COMEDY, by Anthony 

Buttltta. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Anthony Buttltta; 5May69; DU74227. 

TWO BEAUTIFUL COMFORTER COVERS, a New 
York City play In two acts written 
by Esther Horenstein Mlttenthal. 
31 1. © Esther Horenstein Mltten- 
thal; 20Dec68; C21256. 

TWO FOR THE SHOW, an original one act 
piny by Marianne Gratton. 14 1. 
© Marianne Gratton; 21Jan69; DU73316. 

THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by George Lyman 
Kittredge; rev. by Irving Ribner. 
Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. 
90 p. (The Kittredge Shakespeares) 
5 acts. ©Blaisdell Pub. Co., a 
division of Ginn & Co.; 2Jan69: 
A49302. 

TWO LOVES AGO, an original musical; 
libretto, music, lyrics & screen 
adaptation by Henry Wells. 1 v. 
© Henry James Wells d.b.a. Scoari 
Publishers; l6Jan69; DU73296. 

TWO MIME PLAYS, by Paul J. Curtis. 
Light; Hurlyburly. 1 v. © Paul J. 
Curtis; 17Mar69; DU73838. 

TWO OR THREE BODIES A WEEK, a farce in 
three acts for a short, bald, middle- 
aged lover by Marge (Marjorle B. 
Devlin) & Bill Devlin (William E. 
Devlin, Jr.) 4th draft. 74 1. 
© Marge Devlin & Bill Devlin; 
5Feb69; DU73397. 

TWO PLAYS OF ANCIENT INDIA. The little 
clay cart; The minister's seal. 
Translated from Sanskrit & Prakrit, 
with an introd. by J. A. B. van 
Bultenen. New York, Columbia 
University Press. 1 v. NM: trsmsla- 
tion. ® Columbia University Press; 
30Jul68; A60112. 

TWO SIDES OF THE COIN, by Alexander 
Panas. Scoundrels of love; The man 
on the neon sign. 1 v. 2 plays. 
® Alexander Panas; 10Jun69; DU74514. 



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U. S. GRANT, THE SOLDIER. It 1. 
A recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; lAprSg; C2I5S1. 

THE UBU PLAYS, by Alfred Jarry; edited 
with an introd . by Simon Watson Tay- 
lor. Ubu rex (Ubu roi), translated 
by Cyril Connolly & Simon Watson 
Taylor; Ubu cuckolded (Ubu cocu) , 
translated by Cyril Connolly; Ubu 
enchained (Ubu enchaine), translated 
by Simon Watson Taylor. London, 
Methuen & Co. 1*^8 p. © on English 
translation of Ubu rex; Cjrril 
Connolly & Simon Watson Taylor; 
26Sep68; DFI983. 

THE UBU PLAYS, by Alfred Jarry; edited 
with an introd. by Simon Watson Tay- 
lor. Ubu rex (Ubu roi), translated 
by Cyril Connolly & Simon Watson 
Taylor; Ubu cuckolded (Ubu cocu), 
translated by Cyril Connolly; Ubu 
enchained (Ubu enchaine), translated 
by Simon Watson Taylor. London, 
Methuen & Co. l'4-8 p. © on introd. 
& English translation of Ubu enchain- 
ed; Simon Watson Taylor; 26Sep68; 
DF1982. 

THE UGLY, a play in one act and six 
parts by Tom Miller. 1 v. ® Tom 
Miller; 5Feb69; DU73t26. 

UGLY LOVE. See 
FOUR PLAYS. 

THE ULTIMATE GAME, by William Lang. 
42 1. Play. ® William Lang; 
26Mar69; DU75906. 

UN SAMEDI, DEUX FEMMES, by Miohele 

Perrein, pseud, of Marie Claude Barbe- 
Perrein. [Paris] Julliard. II8 p. 
© Julliard; 150ct68; DP0-l6it9. 

UNCLE SAM, THE REAL MAN, a play in four 
episodes for young people by Lois 
Dean. 1 v. © Lois Dean; 29Jan69; 
DU73373. 

UNDER WESTERN EYES; opera in three acts; 
libretto by Cedric Cliff e, music by 
John Joubert, op, 51. London, 
Novello. Based on the novel by Joseph 
Conrad. © Novello & Co., Ltd.; 
31Dec68; DFO-1679. 

UNDERCURRENTS, a theatre piece by 
Joyce Betries. 91. 3 scenes. 
© Joyce M. Betries; 6Feb69; DU73466. 

THE UNDERGROUND ALICE, a dramatization 
by Judith Wray. kk 1. 8 scenes. 
Adapted from Alice in Wonderland and 
Through the looking glass, by Lewis 
Carroll, pseud, of Charles Lutwidge 
Dodgson. NM: additions. © Judith E. 
Wray; 3Jun69; DUT^tSS- 

UNDERSTUDY NIGHT; or. The procedure. 
A new comedy by Day Tuttle. 1 v. 
3 acts. © Day Tuttle; 3Dec68; 
DU73285. 



THE UNDERTAKING; THIEF; THE PIG, by 
David Trainer. New York, Random 
House. 176 p. © David Trainer; 
3Dec68; DP6953. 



THE UNDISCIPLINED DEATH OF FREDDIE HALL, 
by Bennett Wilson, pseud, of Barbara 
Allan Hite. 58 I. A play in 3 acts. 
© Barbara Allan Hite; 2Apr69; 
DU73968. 



UTOPIA LIMITED, an original three act 
plsy by Jimmie R. Osburn. 38 1. 
Book & lyrics only. ® Jimmie R. 
Osburn; 19Feb69; DU73520. 



THE UNFINISHED ODYSSEY OF ROBERT KEN- 
NEDY; pts.l & 2, by H. Paul Jeffers. 
1 V. Radio script. © EMR Enter- 
prises, Ltd.; ll(Mar69; C21*89. 

THE UNIQUE WORLD AROUND US; radio 
script by L. John Wachtel. 8 1. 
© Wachtel Associates, Inc.: 17Mar69; 
C21518. > ' y, 

THE UNMASQUING, JANUARY - NOVEMBER 23, 
1968, a play by Edgar Edward Jackson, 
Jr. 1 V. 2 acts. © Edgar Edward 
Jackson, Jr.; 21May69; DU74369. 

UNTITLED, an original one act play by 
Marianne Gratton. 13 1. © Marianne 
Gratton; lIMar69; DU73751. 

UNTITLED MUSICAL, by Robert Kail. 
1 V. 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Robert Kail; 26Feb69; DU73936. 

THE UNTUNED DRUM, a screenplay by 
Barry Glasser & Mark Rosin. 1 v. 
© Barry H. Glasser & Mark B. Rosin; 
6Mar69; DU73729. 

UP IN THE AIR, a musical fable by 

Leonard A. Paris. 2 v. © Leonard A. 
Paris; 24Mar69; DU73943 . 

URASHIMA TARO, a play for children by 
Coleman A. Jennings. 40 1. Suggest- 
ed by 2 Japanese tales My lord bag of 
rice & Urashima Taro, the fisher 
lad. ® Coleman A. Jennings; 24jan69: 
DU73353. 

UKBI ET ORBI. See 

ESSAIS RADIOPHONIOUES'. 

URGE TO KILL. See 

AN EXERCISE IN JUSTICE. 

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 Gil- 
bert & Sullivan, lyrics by Rainsford 
J. Winslow. 86 1. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 3Jul57, 
DU6933O. NM: addition & revision. 
© Rainsford J. Winslow & Winifred W. 
Winslow; lOJanSg; DU73252. 

USING A RULER, NO. I. 4 1. Recording 
script. © Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co.; l4Mar69; C21'»90. 

USING A RULER, NO. 2. 4 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
lApr69; C2I594. 

USING A RULER NO. 2. 4 1. Recording 
script, Appl, author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 4Apr69; C21618, 

USING THE MICROSCOPE, PT.l. 6 I. 
A filmstrip script. Appl. author: 
General Learning Corp. © General 
Learning Corp.; 22Apr69; C21656. 

USING THE MICROSCOPE, PT.2. 6 1. 
A filmstrip script. Appl. author: 
General Learning Corp. © General 
Learning Corp.; 22Apr69; C21657. 



V 



VAGABOND IMPERIAL. See 
VIENNE CHANTE BT DANSE. 

VALOR, I HAVE A BROTHER. See 

SAINT VERNON OF THE CREED OF AMERICAN- 
ISM. 

THE VANILLA VIKING, a play for children 
by Phyllis McCallum. 5I 1. 3 acts. 
Includes music & lyrics to 1 song. 
© Phyllis McCallum; 21Nov68; 
DU73235 ■ 

VAPORS, a play in two acts by Jamil 
Zakkai. 127 1. © Jamil Zakkai: 
27May69; DU74414. 

VARI BESTAR DET GODA SOM VERKLIGEN 
TILLFREDSSrALLER? (What is the good 
that satisfies?) F6redrag "fiver 
Kristen Vetenskap av Edward C. Wil- 
liams; translator: Anna M. Ericsson. 
27 1. Appl. ti.: A lecture on Chris- 
tian Science. Appl. states prev. reg. 
3OJUI65, CI7826; prev. pub. 7Dec65 , 
BB29302. NM: translation. © Edward 
C. Williams; l4Feb69; C21337. 



VARIETY OBIT. 
THE ROUNDS. 



See 



VAUDEVILLE 1925, by Peggy Anzer. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book only. © Peggy Anzer; llApr69; 
DU74206. 

VEAU GRAS. See 
THEATRE I. 



VENDA EN LOS OJOS. 
THE BLINDFOLD. 



See 



THE VENTURESOME JOURNEY, an original 
story written and adapted for tele- 
vision by Lucille Turner. 30 1. 
A screenplay. © Lucille Turner; 
20Mar69; DU73848. 

DAS VERLORENE PARADIES, eine Operette 
von William Robert Stecher & Warren 
Maull; Deutsche Uebersetzung, 
H. Gunter Seydel. 1 v. 2 Akten. 
Angeregt duroh die Novelle Germels- 
hausen, von F. Gerstacker. 
© William R. Stecher & Warren Maull; 
27Jan69; EU73461. 



VERLORENE REICH DER STERNE, 
INTEGRALE TRILOGIE. 



See 



A VERY HONORABLE GUY, a musical comedy, 
book by Robert Renfield. 1 v. 
2 acts. Based on the Damon Runyon 
story & the Damon Runyon, Jr. play of 
the same title. ® Robert Renfield; 
21Mar69; DU74016. 

DET VETENSKAPLIGA GENOMBROTTET INOM 
RELIGIONEN (The scientific break- 
through in religion) F6redrag *6ver 
Kristen Vetenskap av Otto Bertschi; 
translator; Lisa Heckscher. 26 1. 
Appl. ti.: A lecture on Christian 
Science. Appl. states prev, reg. 
l6Feb68, 020336. NM: translation. 
© Otto Bertschi; 10Feb69; C21338. 

VETERAN. See 
RUZZANTE . 



VIC DAMONE IN ITALY. 
REFLECTIONS . 



See 



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VIENME CHANTE ET DANSE; operette a 
grand spectacle en 2 actes & 18 
tableaux. Livret de Henri Varna, 
pseud, of Henri Vantard, Marc-Cab, 
pseud, of Marcel Cabridens & Rene 
Richard; musique de Johann Strauss 
pere & fils; airs additlonnels de 
Jack Ledru. Paris, Editions Joubert. 
140 p. D'apres le roman Le Vagabond 
imperial de Suzanne Normand & Jean 
Acker. Libretto. © Editions Joubert; 
3Dec68; BFO-l&rh. 



VIETNAM. 
WAR IS. 



See 



VIOLENCE IN SOCIETY, by Robert B. 

Hennion. 1 v. A lecture. © Robert 
B. Hennion; 17Feb69; C21568. 

THE VIRGIN'S NAME WAS MARY, by 

Dorothy Byers Barnes. 37 1. Radio 
script. © Dorothy Byers Barnes; 
21May69; C21756. 

A VIRGIN'S NIGHT OF TERROR; or, A night 
of terror. story & screenplay 
created by Jose A. Torres. 54 1. 
© Jose Antonio Torres; 3Mar6Q: 
DU73604. ' 

A VISIT PROM A GOVERNOR AND A UNITED 
STATES SENATOR; or. You can't maJce 
a bum out of me. A play by Samuel 
H. Schwalb. 44 1. 1 act. 
© Samuel H. Schwalb; 28Feb69; 
DU73683. 

VISIT FROM A ROBOT, a musical play to 
be sung and acted by children by 
Ruth Sadler & Dorothy Doane. 17 p. 
© Lee Music Corp.; 28Feb69; DP6938. 



A VISIT IN CALIFORNIA. 
CALIFORNIA TODAY. 



See 



A VISIT TO JAPAN, 1. 7 1. Recording 
script. © Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co.; l4Mar69; C21501. 

A VISIT TO JAPAN - 11. 5 1. A script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining. 
& Manufacturing Co.; llMar69; C21467. 

A VISIT TO THE SUPER-MECCA, by Bernard 
Sabath. 49 1. A play. © Bernard 
Sabath; 20May69; DU74367 . 

THE VISITOR, a play in 5 scenes by 
Michael Pitkow. 39 1. © Michael 
Pitkow; 24Apr69; DU74l6l. 

VTVA LA MAMMA, LE CONVENIENZE E LE 
INCONVENIENZE TEATRALI; Oper in 
2 Akten von G. Donizetti nach elner 
Kombdie von Antonio Sografi, fUr die 
deutsche BUhne bearb. von Horst 
Goerges & Karlheinz Gutheim, Muslk 
Von Gaetano DOnizettl. [Austria] 
Universal Edition. 336 p. Klavier- 
auszug. © Universal Edition, A.G.; 
15Feb69; DFO-1683. 

VTVTO DOS MESES EN LA LUNA; comedia 
en tres actos original de Frank 
Martinez, pseud, of Frank Martinez 
Vincenty. 26 1. © Frank Martinez 
Vincenty; l8Mar69; DU73786. 

VIVISECTION OF THE SUPERNATURAL; 

biological highlights on religion by 
Henry Kazimir Wachtel. 15 1. 
© Henry K. Wachtel; 19May69; 
C2175?. 

LA VOCE UMANA; tragedia lirica in un 
atto. Testo dl Jean Cocteau, musica 
dl Francis Poulenc, verslone ritmica 
itallana di Flavio Testl. Mllano, 
Rlcordi. 15 p. Libretto. Appl. 
states prev. pub. 1959. NM: trans- 
lation. © Socle te Anonyme des 
Editions Rlcordi; 12Jan68; DF1971. 



DIE VO'GEL, von Stavros Doufexls. Nach 
Aristophanes, gegen Aristophanes, 
mit Aristophanes. Wien, Universal 
Edition. 99 p. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. NM: adaptation 
& translation. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 5May69; DFO-I69O. 

VOICE, VOCABULARY AND DELIVERY. See 
EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. Program 
no. 17. 

THE VOICES OF THE MARBRES, by Emmanuel 
Dekavallas. 22 1. A play in 2 pts. 
© Ermnanuel Dekavallas; 20Feb69; 
DU75623. 

VOLTAIRE, a play in three acts by 
Lawrence Louis Goldman. 1 v. 
© Lawrence Louis Goldman; 5Mar69; 
DU7372I. 

VOS SOIS NECESSARIOS (You are needed) 
Conferencia sobre a Ciencla Crista 
por Howard H. Irwin; Helolsa Rivas, 
translator. 4 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 31Jan67, C19220. © Howard H. 
Irwin; 3Feb69; C21307. 

VOYAGE TO ST. AUGUSTINE, by M. Christian 
Loken. 40 1. A screenplay. 
© M. Christian Loken; lApr69; DU73947. 



w 



WALKING IN THE DARK, by Nicholas J. 
Myles. 90 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Nicholas J. Myles; 23May69; 
DU74406. 



WALKING SOUNDS. 3 1. Recording script. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; l4Mar69; C21493. 

WALL TO WALL, a comedy in three acts 
by Gladys S. Foster & Allan Rleser. 
1 V. ® Gladys S. Poster & Allan 
Rleser; 27Mar69; DU73923. 

WALZER AUS WIEN, See 
THE GREAT WALTZ. 

DER WALZERKONGRESS; Operette in zwei 
Teilen von Franz Zelwecker und 
Hugo Wiener, Music, Franz Zelwecker. 
[Austria] Universal Edition. 88 p. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; 27Nov68; 
DFO-I673. 



WANNA HEAR LUCK? A new musical; book 
& lyrics Ruth Pleva & Elly Carr 
(Eleanor Carr Rakowitz); additional 
lyrics Herb Sweet; music Herb Sweet. 
1 v. 2 acts. © Ruth Pleva, Elly 
Carr & Herb Sweet; 6May69; DU74525. 

WAR GAMES, by Joe Butler. Sheet. 
A recitation. © Faithful Virtue 
Music Co., Inc.; 5Mar69; C21405. 

WAR ISl 20 V. 20 scripts. Contents: 
The War of l8l2.-- Vietnam. Appl. 
author: Education Unlimited Corp., 
employer for hire. © Education 
Unlimited Corp.; 25Feb69; C21428. 

THE WAR OF l8l2. See 
WAR IS. 

WARM, THE HEART, a domestic comedy 
drama by Michael Kallesser. 1 v. 
7 acts. © Michael Kallesser; 
l6May69; DU74436. 

WAS 1ST DAS GUTE, DAS WIRKLICH BEFRIE- 
DIGT? (What is the good that satis- 
fies? Eln Vortrag Uber die Christ- 
liche Wissenschaft von Edward C. 
Williams. 23 1. Appl. author: Irm- 
gard Neubauer. Appl. ti.: A lecture 



on Christian Science. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 3OJUI65, CI7826 & 7Dec65, 
BB29502. © Edward C. Williams; 
28Apr69; C2l8l8. 

WASPS . See 

THREE COMEDIES. 

A WATCHAMACALLIT; music, words by Joe 
Lubin. Folder. © Ivan Tors Music, 
Inc.; 10Peb69; C21330. 



WATER JAR BOY; play by W. E. R. La 
Farge. I08 1. © W. E. R. La Farge; 
17Jun69; DU74569. 

THE WATER LILY, a play by William 
Tapia. 34 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 4Nov68, DU72797. NM: revisions. 
© William Tapia; l4Feb69; DU73566. 

WATERHEAD. See 

THE EXISTENCE OP GRAHAM MCMAHON. 

THE WAY OF THE WORLD, by William 
Congreve, adapted by Jerry Blunt 
(B. L. Blunt) 98 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Jerry Blunt; 21Jan69; 
DU73407. 

WAY OFF BROADWAY, by Clara Cedrone & 
Damian Mitchell. 31. A dialogue. 
® Clara Cedrone & Damian Mitchell; 
17Apr69; C21648. 

THE WAY TO HEALING, a Christian Science 
lecture by Ralph W. Cessna. 3 p. 
© Ralph W. Cessna; 29Jan69; C21306. 



A WAY TO HIDE YOUR MONEY IN INSURANCE, 
by Emll V. Protasevich. Sheet. 
Script. © Emil V. Protasevich; 
17Mar69; C21504. 

WE ALL DO THE BEST WE CAN. See 
THREE PLAYS, MAY 69. 

WE FIND THE BUNYIP. See 
KHAKI, BUSH AND BIGOTRY. 

WE LEARN THE SOUNDS OF THE INSTRUMENTS; 
tape script by R. Ted Greiner. 56 1. 
9 Imperial Productions, Inc.; 5Feb69; 
C21336. 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON IS SABBATH DAY, 
a new one act play by Carl Weaver. 
1 v. © Carl Weaver; 4jun69; DU74475. 

THE WEED. See 

THE GROWING SEASON. 



WEEKEND IN WESTBURY; book, music, & 
lyrics by Joseph Kef auver . 1 v. 
A play In two acts. © Joseph Dawson 
Kefauver; l8jun69; DU74603. 

WEEKEND WITH THE IN-LAWS, a comedy by 
J. Llzardi Medina. 185 1. 3 acts. 
© J. Llzardi Medina; lAprSg; DU73993. 

WELCOME TO ANDROMEDA, a full length 
play in one act by Ron Whyte (Ronald 
M. Whyte) 84 1. © Ronald M. Whyte; 
10Apr69; DU74047. 

WELCOME TO NOWHERE; original story & 
screenplay by David Simpson. 30 1. 
© David Simpson; 2Jun69; DU74441. 

WELCOME TOMORROW, a play in one act by 

Joellen Bland. Chicago, Dramatic 

Pub. Co. 28 p. © Dramatic Pub. Co ; 
90ct68; DP6901. 

WELL. See 

KHAKI, BUSH AND BIGOTRY. 

WELL? STILLWELL. A farce in one act 
by Samuel J. Bernstein. 37 1. 
® Samuel J. Bernstein; 30Apr69; 
DU74327. 



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A WELL TENDED GARDEN, by Vincent A. 
Rocco, Jr. 92 1. A play In 5 acts. 
© Vincent A. Rocco, Jr.; 22May69; 
DU74376 . 

WERBUMG UM ANTIGONE, elne abendfullende 
Jause von Hans Georg Behr. [Austria] 
Universal Edition. 76 p. © Univer- 
sal Edition, A.G.; 20Jan69; DFO-1670 



^ 



WE'RE ALL HUMAN HERE, by Geoffrey T. 
Garvey. 23 1. A play. © Geoffrey 
Thomas Garvey; 25Apr69; DU74168. 
WE'RE NOT STAYING FOR DESSERT. See 
SKETCHES OF TODAY. 

WERE YOU THERE? A musical drama in 
2 acts by Charles H. Wright. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Charles H. 
Wright; 26Mar69; DU73836. 

WEST AFRICA; PATTERNS OF TRADITIONAL 

CULTURE. See 

EMERGING AFRICA IN THE LIGHT OF ITS 
PAST. 
WEST AFRICA TODAY: PATTERNS OF CHANGE 

EMERGING AFRICA IN THE LIGHT OF ITS 
PAST. 
THE WEST AS IT NEVER WAS, an original 
screenplay by Ray Campi. I6l 1. 
From a story by Bud Breen & Robert 
Harris. © Ray Campi; 24Feb69; 
DU73642. 

WEST OF THE WALL, by Annalita Marsigli 
Alexander. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Annalita Marsigli Alexander; 
9Apr69; DU7'^319- 

THE WHAD'YA KNOW SHOW, by Dorothy 
Morrison. 1 v. 10 dialogues. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 20Nov6B, 
21132. NM: additional text. 
© Dorothy Morrison; 25Jun69; C21835- 

WHAT A BROOCH WILL BUY, a play in one 
act by Bee Brady. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 3** p. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
21May69; DP6999. 

WHAT AFTER DEATH, an allegory by Rudy 
Anderson. (Albert R. Anderson) 7 1. 
© Albert R. Anderson; 27Jan69; 
DU73587. 

WHAT ARE YOU, by Maura O'Halloran, 
pseud, of Marguerite Anne Halloran. 
Sheet. © Marguerite Anne Halloran; 
7Jan69; C21269. 

WHAT CAN I DO FOR GOD, by Andrew D. 
Phillips. 1 V. A sermon. © Andrew 
D. Phillips; 13Jan69; C21263. 



WHAT CAN YOU DEPEND 01^. See 
HVA KAN MAN STOLE PA. 

WHAT COLOR IS THE RAIN? A musical 
dramatic presentation by Fern 
Sybil Keiner with 6 songs, music & 
lyrics by Fern Sybil Keiner. 1 v. 
© Fern Sybil Keiner; 3Mar69; DU73693- 

WHAT DO THEY FIND TO TALK ABOUT? By 
Wendell Metzger. 64 I. A play. 
© Wendell Metzger; l4jan69; DU752Da. 

WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT MARIJUANA. See 

DRUGS OF ABUSE. 
WHAT GOVERNS YOU? See 

QUE LO GOBIERNA A UD. 

WHAT IS- A DRUG. See 
DRUGS OF ABUSE. 

WHAT IS A SCALE? 6 1. Recording 
script. © Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co.; l4Mar69; C21499. 

WHAT IS THE GOOD THAT SATISFIES. See 
QUEL EST LE BIEN QUI SATISFAIT. 
VARI BEST&R DET GODA SOM VERKLIGEN 

TILLFREDSST&LLER . 
WAS 1ST DAS GUTE, DAS WIRKLICH 
BEFRIEDIGT . 



WHAT IS THIS, SOME KIND OF A GAME. See 
THE DERAIIMENT OF JACKSON HURLBUTT. 

WHAT SEASON IS DELICIOUS? A 1 act 

play written in Haiku by Fern, pseud, 
of Fern Sybil Keiner. 4 I. Includes 
music & lyrics to 1 song. © Fern 
Sybil Keiner; 9Apr69; DU74042. 

WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO CHANNEL ONE? 
A one act mixed media play by S. P. 
Olson. 49 1. © S. P. Olson; 
21Apr69; DU74ll6. 
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO HUGGING AND 

KISSING? A one act comedy by Norman 
Wexler. 59 1. ® Norman Wexler; 
19May69; DU74362. 
WHAT'S HAPPENING TO JEROMY, JEREOMY, 
JERROMY? Three one act plays by 
Lawrence J. Maness. 45 1. ^„^,„„ 
© Lawrence J. Maness; 2Jan69; DU73209. 

WHAT'S ITS NAME; scenario by Sybil 
Keln, pseud, of Consuela M. Provost. 
27 1. © Consuela M. Provost; 25Mar69; 
DU73898. 

WHAT'S NEW ON WALL STREET? A- play with 
music by Irene R. Rich. I v. 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
23NOV65, EU914681. NM: additions. 
© Irene R. Rich; 26May69; DU74580. 

WHAT'S THERE TO FIND, by Melissa Cannon. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. ® Melissa A. 
Cannon; lApr69; DU75946. 

WHAT'S WRONG WITH SPINOZA? A play by 
Robert L. Quinn. 85 1. 2 acts. 
© Robert L. Quinn; 28Feb69; DU73681. 

WHEEL CHAIR PLAN, by Victor A. Pompilio . 
47 1. (The George Brown project, 
script 1) A screenplay. © Victor A. 
Pompilio; 6Jun69; DU74489. 

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? An histori- 
cal comedy in two scenes by Beaumont 
Bruestle. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. l4Dec51, DU29490. NM: revision 
& additions. ® Beaumont Schrader 
Bruestle; 25Mar69; DU74102. 

WHERE IS CHRISTMAS, a story with songs 
by Arthur Korb. 5 p. © Arthur 
Korb; l4Apr69; DU74o67. 

WHERE IS HE NOW. See 

THE GREAT BOLYAVSKI. 
WHERE IS THE STREETCAR TO MILWAUKEE? 

A three act play by Bernard 

Zavidowsky. 1 v. © Bernard 

Zavidowsky; 26Mar69; DU73910. 
WHERE THERE IS SMOKE, by Bill Wolf 

(W. R. Wolf) 5 1. A lecture. 

© Cora S. Seward & W. R. Wolf; 

llFeb69; C21349. 

WHERE THEY MAY. See 

TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY SHOW AND WHERE 
THEY MAY. 
WHICH WAY TO THE E-RING, by Don Miller 
(Donald M. Miller) 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Donald M. Miller; 
17Jan69; DU73299. 

WHIFFLE THE TROUBLE SHOOTER, a fantasy 
by Adrienne Dumont, pseud, of Ida 
Mary Battisti. 87 1. 5 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 22Jan65, DU62122. 
NM: additions & revision. © Ida 
Mary Battisti; 6Jun69; DU74487. 

WHITE MAGIC; monologue for a black 
with white props by Charles Dana, 
pseud, of Frederick R. Hinckley, Jr. 
22 1. © Frederick R. Hinckley, Jr.; 
8Apr69; DU74030. 

WHITE WATER, an episode for Outdoor 
adventures with Uncle Will by Sol 
Stember. 29 1- A screenplay in 
3 acts. © Colin Group, Inc.; 
l4Peb69; DU73568. 



V 



WHITECLIFF ROAD; written by Bruce Feld. 
Episode no.l. 10 1. A play in 6 
scenes. © George Bruce Feld; lApr69; 
DU73952. 

WHO? By Robert Alpers & Leo Rickertsen. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Robert 
Alpers & Leo Rickertsen; lApr69; 
DU73944. 

WHO FINDETH A WIFE, a three act 
comedy by Mabel Johnson. 3° 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Mabel 
Johnson; 3Peb69; DU73398. 

WHO FINDETH A WIFE, a 3 act play by 
Mabel Johnson. 56 1. © Mabel 
Johnson; 3Feb69; DU73419. 

WHO GETS HOOKED. See 
DRUGS OF ABUSE. 

WHO STOLE THE ROLL BOOK. See 

ALAS, IT'S MONDAY. 
THE WHOLE MAN, PT.1-2. See 

MEM OF THOUGHT, MEN OF ACTION. 

WHOM THE GODS WOULD DESTROY, a play in 
3 acts & scenes by A. Macy Bush. 
166 1. © A. M. Bush; 21Apr69; 
DU74201 . 

WHO'S A HERO? A play by Pierce Allen 
Coryell. 1 v. 3 acts. © Pierce 
Allen Coryell; 10Mar69; DU73745. 

WHO'S AFRAID OF FOSTER AND KLEISER? 
A musical comedy by John Arnold. 
15 1. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© John Arnold; 30Jun69; DU74646. 

WHY CHANGE? A Christian Science 
lecture by Otto Bertschi. Polder. 
Appl. tl.: A lecture on Christian 
Science. © Otto Bertschi; 5May69; 
C21817 . 
WIE WIR ANDEREN HELFEN KONNEN (How we 
can help others) Vortrag uber die 
Chrlstliche Wissenschaft von Naomi 
Price; Claire Roselius, translator. 
22 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
16Ju164, CI6962 & llMar65, BB28142. 
© Naomi Price; 28jan69; C21313. 

WILD ACCORDION, by L. M. Sullivan. 
24 1. A play. © M. Sullivan; 
9Jan69; DU73243. 

WILD ESCAPADE, by Margaret Miller. 

112 1. A play in 3 acts. © Margaret 
L. Miller; 10Feb69; DU73445. 

THE WILD PONIES OF CHINCOTEAGUE, an 
episode for Outdoor adventures with 
Uncle Will by Chet Hagan. 15 1. 
A screenplay in 3 acts. © Colin 
Group, Inc.; l4Feb69; DU73557. 
THE WILDEST MUSICIANS OF ALL, a musical 
play by Eleanor & Ray Harder (Raymond 
Wymbs Harder, Jr.) 1 v. 2 acts. 
© Eleanor Harder & Ray Harder; 
17Feb69; DU73545 ■ 
WILL THE GENTLEMEN IN CABIN SIX PLEASE 
RISE TO THE OCCASION, a one act 
play by Thomas Griffin. 60 I. 
© Thomas Griffin; 5Mar69; DUY3622. 

WILLIAM AND MARY, a play in 3 acts by 
Walter T. McBride. l40 1. ©Walter 
T. McBride & Rita B. McBride; 
15Apr69; DU74072. 

WILLIAM vrYCHERLEY'3 LO\'E IN A WOOD AND 
THE GENTLEMAN DANCING MASTER, A 
CRITICAL EDITION, by David Stuart 
Rodes. Ann Arbor, University Micro- 
films Library Services. Microfilm. 
(Doctoral dissertation series) 
© David Stuart Rodes; 31Jan69; 
A56356 . 

WILLO; an original screenplay by Bruce 
Comer. 127 !• © Bruce Comer; 
13Feb69; DU73519. 



( 
DF2O83) 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



A WIND BETWEEN THE HOUSES, a comedy- 
drama by Maurice J. Hill. Dramatists 
Play Service. 82 p. 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Mar65, 
DU626't3. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Maurice Hill; 27May69; DP7007. 

WINDOWS AND MIERORSj a musical play, 
book & lyrics ty Kenneth L. Hoffman. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Kenneth L. Hoffman; 
22Jan69; DU75245. 

THE WINE PRESS, by James McKeon. 

1 V. A play in 5 acts. © James J. 
McKeon; 24Feb69; DU73655 . 

WINTER RATES, a play in two acts by 
Reuben Bercovitch S: Eric Bercovici. 
1 V. © Rubric Productions; 27Jan69; 
DU73359. 

THE WINTER'S HARVEST, a drama in one 
act by M. David Samples. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 25 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
25Apr69; DP6980. 

A WINTER'S TALE IN GEORGIA, a theatrical 
of the Civil War by Thomas Babe. 
1 V. © Thomas J. Babe, Jr.; 25Mar69; 
DU73990. 

THE WISE ONES, by Piers Powell (Perclval 
H. Powell) 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Percival H. Powell; 9Jun69; DU7'+511. 

WISEMEN AND FOOLS (The rents) Dramati- 
cal by Jack Bornstein. 1 v. A 
musical play. © Jack Bornstein; 
13Jan69; DU73267 . 

THE WISH DOCTOR, a play for children 
by the Stephenson family, pseud, of 
Jim Bob Stephenson. 5^ !• 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Jim Bob 
Stephenson; 26Jun69; DU7'<583. 

THE WITCH WHO STOLE THURSDAY, by Jerry 
Juhl. 65 1. A play In 2 acts. NM: 
editorial revision. © Jerry R. Juhl; 
19Mar69; DU73820. 

WITCHES HAVE NO SENSE OF HUMOR: A 
FAIRY TALE, by Kathleen H. Taffee & 
Terry E. McFall. 1 v. 3 acts. 
Adapted from the novel of the same 
name by Kathleen H. Taffee. 
© Kathleen Honors Taffee Sc Terry 
Eugene McFall; 30Jun69; DU7't669. 

THE WITCH'S CAVE. See 
THE INVESTIGATORS. 

WITCH'S CURSE. See 
RUDDIGORE . 

WITH CONFUSED ALARMS, a play by Jesse 
Zimmerman. 88 1. 3 acts. © Jesse 
Zimmerman; 26Dec68; DU7324o. 

WITHIN BARBED WIRES, by Alois Bauman 
(Joseph A. Bauman) 96 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Joseph A. Bauman; 9May69; 
DU7t258. 

WITHOUT LOVE, WITHOUT HONOR, a motion 
picture script by Robert Hogrogian 
Badrig. 93 1. 3 acts. ©Robert 
Hogrogian Badrig; 19May69; DU743'*8. 
WITNESS. See 

SWEET EROS AND WITNESS. 
WITNESS FOR THE CITY, a historical play 
by Edwin S. Parker. 59 1. 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1963, 
A6166OC . NM: revision & addition. 
© Edwin J. Parker; 29Jan6q: DU73382. 

WITNESS TO A STORM, a drama by Edward 
M. Littell. 115 1. 3 acts. © Ed- 
ward M. Littell; 8Apr69; DU74031. 

WITWE DES SCHMETTERLINGS . See 

trKume. 

THE WOMAN IN BLACK, a play in one act 
for nine women by Gerald Anstruther, 
pseud, of Brandon Fleming. London, 
English Theatre Guild. 2't p. 
© Brandon Fleming; 150c t68; DF1943. 



WOMANNNWNNNNH ; or. Milady's school for 
men. A musical fable in one argument, 
two developments & one tornada or sum- 
mation; book & lyrics by Michael Lom- 
bardi. 1 v. Based on an original 
story Ars Amandi; or. Love hath charms 
& a musical play The Troubador who 
would be and the lady on the pedestal, 
by the same author. Book & lyrics 
only. © Michael Lombardi; 2'tjan69; 

Dm 3^55. 

THE WONDERFUL AND MARVELOUS, by 
Paul Robert Goldstaub. 1 v. 
A musical play. © Paul Robert 
Goldstaub; l6Jan69; DU73298. 

WOOD AND NAILS AND COLORED EGGS, by 
Martin Bell. 2 1. © Martin Bell; 
l6Apr69; C21&H. 

WOODROW WILSON. 8 1. A recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. ® Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
lApr69; C21578. 



WORK IS FOR FOREIGNERS. 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 



See 



THE WORKHOUSE DONKEY, a vulgar 

melodrama by John Arden. London, 

Methuen. 133 P- 5 acts. Book & 

lyrics only. © John Arden; 12Mar6U; 

DFI99I. 
THE WORLD AT JANUARY, an original 

play by Stanley Harrison. 1 v. 

2 acts. © Stanley R. Harrison; 

23Dec68; DU73191. 
WORLD OF DREAMS, a musical trilogy by 

Louis Alfred Voss. 83 1. 3 acts. 

Book only. Appl. states prev. reg. 

as Pendulum, l8oct66, DU67018. 

NM: revision. © Louis A. Voss; 

26May69; DU74495. 

THE WORLD SAVERS, a dramatic comedy in 
two acts by Ben Rosa (Bernard Rosa) 
99 1. © Bernard Rosa; 3Apr69; 
DU73980. 

WORLD WAR I ARMISTICE. 9 1- Appl. 
author: Cultural History Research. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 2Jun69; C2l8l2. 

THE WORLDE IT RUNS ON LOVE, by Jerry 
Devine (Gerard Devine) 2 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Jerry Devine; 29Apr69; 
DU7'*l88. 

THE WORLD'S BIG BED, a drama in three 
acts by Philip A. Zanderhal, pseud, 
of Philip Fishbein. 98 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 27Dec60, DU52317. 
NM: revision. © Philip Fishbein; 
15Apr69; DU74069. 

THE WOUNDS OF CIVIL WAR, by Thomas 
Lodge; edited by Joseph W. Houppert. 
Lincoln, University of Nebraska 
Press. 115 p. (Regents Renaissance 
drama series) NM: introd., annota- 
tion & compilation. © University of 
Nebraska Press; 22Jan69; kkSk'i2. 

THE WOUNDS OF LOVE, by John T. Dugan. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. ® John 
Thomas Dugan; 5May69; DU74317. 

THE WRONG BOX; adapted by Billie 

Reynolds. 13^ 1. A motion picture. 
Based on a book co-authored by Robert 
Louis Stevenson & Lloyd Osbourne. 
© Reynolds Agency; 20May69; DU74311. 

THE WRONG WAY LIGHT BULB, by Leonard 
Spigelgass. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© Leonard Spigelgass; 13Mar59; 
DU73766 . 

THE WRONG WAY LIGHT BULB, by Leonard 
Spigelgass. Dramatists Play Service. 
67 p. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 13Mar69, DU73766. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Leonard Spigelgass; 
27May69; DP6995. 



YANKEE DOODLE DUM DUM, a political 
farce in two acts by Irv Letofsky 
(Irvin M. Letofsky) & Gerald J. 
Rlzzuto. 62 1. © Irvin M. Letofsky; 
15Apr69; DU7'*070. 

THE YEARS OF JUBILO, a music drama of 
Alabama written by Mary Jean Parson. 
1 V. 2 acts. © Mary Jean Parson; 
3Jun69; DU7t528. 

YEGOR BULICHOV, a play in three acts by 
Maxim Gorky, pseud, of Alexey 
Maximovich Peshkov; translated by 
Joan Isserman. 75 1. © Joan Isser- 
man; l8Feb69; DU73578. 

THE YELLOW BICYCLE, by Lillian Quiat & 
John BtWentworth. 53 1. A play in 
8 scenes. © John B Wentworth & 
Lillian Quiat; 7Jan69; DU7322t . 

YBI WILL I LOVE HIM. See 

THE PARABLE OF THE KIDRON VALLEY. 

YOU ARE NEEDED. See 
VOS SOIS NECESSARIOS. 

YOU CAN'T BEAT LUCK, a musical comedy 
in satire for moving picture produc- 
tion by Everett Anttila. I7 1. 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. 
© Everett Anttila; 28May69; DU74523. 

YOU CAN'T BEAT THE SYSTEM, SAMJ 

By Herbert Adler. 70 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Herbert Adler; llFeb69; 
DU73448. 

YOU CAN'T CALL LONG DISTANCE WITH 
ONLY A DIME. See 
SKETCHES OF TODAY. 

YOU CAN'T MAKE A BUM OUT OF ME. See 
A VISIT PROM A GOVERNOR AND A UNITED 
STATES SENATOR. 

YOU GONNA BE THE DEATH OF ME, YET, a 
video-drama by Marion E. Tlmm Jones. 
23 1. © Marion E. Timm Jones; 
5May69; DU7't225. 

YOUNG AND EAGER, by Irv Bauer. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Irv 
Bauer; 10Mar69; DU73746. 

YOUNG ANDY JACKSON, an original musical 
for children; music by John Morris, 
book & lyrics by Barbara Fried. 
43 1. 1 act. Book & lyrics only. 
© Barbara Pried; 23Jan69; DU73347. 

YOUNG GOODMAN BROWN. See 
GOODMAN BROWN. 

A YOUNG PEOPLES PROGRAM, by Mark 
Levine . 5 1- © J . Mark Levine ; 
10Jun69; C21821. 

YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 
DR. DANIEL WILLIAMS, SURGEON; script 
by Jim Harwood . v.l. I5 1. 
© Professional Arts, Inc.; 2Jun69; 
DU74454. 

YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 
GARRETT A. MORGAN, HERO- INVENTOR; 
script. 5 1. Appl. author: 
Professional Arts, Inc. © Profes- 
sional Arts, Inc.; 2Jun69; DU74452. 

YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 
GARRETT MORGAN, INVENTOR; script 
written by Jim Harwood. v.l. I8 1. 
© Professional Arts, Inc.; 2Jun69; 
DU74453. 

YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 
MATTHEW HENSON, EXPLORER; script 
written by Joan Parker. v.l. 
19 1. © Professional Arts, Inc.; 
2Jun69; DU7445O. 

YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 
ROBERT SMALLS, SLAVE HERO-CONGRESS- 
MAN; script written by Jim Harwood. 
V 1 19 1- ® Professional Arts, 
Inc!; 2Jun69; DU74451. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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YOUR DAUGHTEB, SIR, 'S A WINSOME LASS, 
a musical; adaptation & new lyrics 
by H. Miles Heberer. 1 v. 2 acts. 
Based on The clandestine marriage, 
by David Garrick & George C. Cole- 
man, Jr. & English folk music. 
© Henry Miles Heberer; l6Jan69; 
DU75287. 

YOUR FASHION CHOICE, a new television 
show created by Bruce Brandwen. 1 v. 
©Bruce Brandwen; 2lMar69; C21565. 

YOUR GREATEST POWER, by Gene Emmet 
Clark. 7 1. A talk. © Gene 
Emmet Clark; 2Apr69; C2l603. 

YOUR IMAGE, THE MIND AND YOU, by Lew 
Jankowski & Marie Carrillo. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Research Insti- 
tute of Selective Education; 5Jun69; 
C2l8l4. 

YOUR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED, by 
Leroy Emerson Powell. 6 1. A play. 
S Leroy Emerson Powell; 12Feb69; 
DU75'^89. 



YOU'RE A FREE MAN NOW. 
SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 



See 



YOU'RE ALWAYS CRYING, MIRANDA; a 
comedy in two acts by Ellsworth 
Harold Schave. 70 1. © Ellsworth 
H. Schave, Jr.; 12Jun69; DU7't557 . 

YOU'RE IN THE ARMY, MR. JONES AND SO 
IS YOUR WIFE (Guess who's coming to 
roll call?) Written & created by 
Linda L. Slmeone. 107 1. Proposed 
television script. © Linda L. 
Simeone; 12Jun69; DUrtS"*?. 

YOU'RE YOU, I'M ME, by Albert S. 
Green. l6l 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Albert S. Green; 17Feb69; DU73582. 

YOU'VE CHANGED, a play in one act by 
Robert Somerfeld. 36 1. © Robert 
Somerfeld; l8Apr69; DU74113. 

YUGOSLAV MEDICAL MYSTERY, a comedy 
drama by J. I. Rodale. Apr. 1969. 



57 1. © J. I. Rodale; 10Apr69; 
DP6969 . 



ZACK; original screenplay by Kevin 
Duggan. 73 1. Includes lyrics to 
1 song. © Kevin James Duggan; 
l4May69; DU74503. 

ZEST, a pop play by Henry C. Timm 
DU73262."^"''^ °" ^^™°' 13Jan69; 

ZOTOM'S SKETCHBOOK, an oral lecture 
by Maurlne M. Boles. 4l. © Maurine 
M. Boles; 29Apr69; C2l803. 

Dm ZWERG UND SEINE SACK (The elf and 
his sack) By Ernestine E. Martin. 
12 1. A musical play. Includes 
lyrics for 1 song. © Ernestine E. 
Martin; 23Jun69; DU74624 



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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. 



THE AFFAIRS OF THE JUNGLE KINGDOM. 
Episode 1. By Mabel Nichols (Mabel 
Nichols Ferryman) © 28Feb4l; 
D39976. Mabel Nichols Ferryman fA): 
17Jan69; R454047. 

ALIBIS, LIMITED, a farce comedy in 
three acts by Carl Webster Pierce. 
(Drama Guild plays) © JFeb^H; 
nr3729. Drama Guild Publishers 
(PWH); 17Jan69; R454039. 



ALTAR OP DEATH. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



AND USHER IN THE MORNING, a play In one 
act by Lorinda Ballard. © llNov4l; 
D78295. Lorinda Ballard (A)j 
9 Apr 69; R459865. 

AND USHER IN THE MORNING, a play In one 
act by Lorinda Wills Ballard. 
© 9May4l; D74851. Lorinda Wills 
Ballard (A); 9Apr69; R45985'*. 

ANGELS OF MERCY, a farce in one act by 

George S. Kaufman. © 28May42j D8037I. 

Anne Kaufman Schneider (C); l6Jun69: 

R1I65488. 
BAIT FOR THE TRAP. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I547-563. 

BALLOON, a comedy in three acts by 
Padraic Colum. © 9May4l; 074857. 
Padralc Colum (A); 8May69; E461118. 

THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER AND OTHER PLAYS, 
by Bronson Howard; edited by Allan 
G. Halllne. (America's lost plays, 
vol.x) © 12Mar4l; D74156. Indiana 
University Press (PPW); 10Mar69; 
R460781 . 

BASHFUL BACHELOR, a comedy in three 
acts by Anne Ferring Weatherly. 
© gApr^l; D7'*577. Anne Ferring 
Weatherly (A); 24Feb69; R456580. 

BEfiGARS OF DEATH. See 

THE SHADOW. 
BEST LAID PLANS. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1532-549. 

BIG KLAS AND LITTLE KLAS, a play in 
seven scenes; adapted from the 
Swedish by Arvld Paulson, translator. 
Founded on Hans Christian Andersen's 



fairytale by Gustaf de Geiferstam. 

© llJul4l; 075782. Arvld Paulson (A>; 

2Jun69; R462012. 
BOY WITH A DRUM. See 

HAY -FOOT, STRAW FOOT. 
THE BREAKING. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1336-552. 



THE BRIDGE. See 
THE LONE RANGER. 



No. 1364-580. 



BROKEN JOURNEY, a play in three acts 
by Andrew Rosenthal. © l4Mar42; 
D79570. Andrew Rosenthal (A); 
l8Mar69; R4576l6. 

THE CAISSONS GO ROLLING ALONG, a 
dramatic play in 3 acts by William 
Tracey. © 4Feb42; D79198. Shapiro, 
Bernstein & Co., Inc. (PWH): 
5Feb69; R455391. 

CALM IS THE SEA, a poetic play In 3 
acts by I. J. Alexander. © l6May4l; 
D74947. I. J. Alexander (A); 12Feb69; 
R455556. 

CAN RIVALS BE FRIENDS? By Arnold 
Arthur Sonderegger. © 10Mar4l; 
D75265. Arnold Arthur Sonderegger 
(A); 3Mar69; R456215. 

CAN B.1VA1S BE FRIENDS? or. Friendly 
rivals. 3 act play by Arnold Arthur 
Sonderegger. © 6Mar4l; E75266. 
Arnold Arthur Sonderegger (A); 
3Mar69; R456214. 

CANDLE IN THE NIGHT. See 
ONE NIGHT IN SPRING. 

THE CASE OF THE PRICELESS POMPANO. See 
THE SHADOW. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL, by Charles Dickens- 
dramatized by Martha B. King. ' 
© 220ct4l; D78389. Anchorage 
Press (PWH); 21Jan69; R454154. 

CLASH BY NIGHT, a play in 3 acts by 
Clifford Odets. ©5Dec4l; D78523. 
Nora Odets & Walt Whitman Odets (C); 
24Feb69; R456514. 

CLASH BY NIGHT, by Clifford Odets. 
© l8Feb42; D79548. Nora Odets & 
Walt Whitman Odets (C); l6Apr69; 
R459709. 



THE CORN IS GREEN, a comedy in 3 acts 
by Emlyn Williams. © 24Jul4l; 
D75750. Emlyn Williams (A); 
14Jan69; R453365. 

COTTAGE FOR SALE; one act by Esther 
E. Olson. © 13Jun4l; D75345 . Esther 
E. Olson (A); 17Feb69; R455950. 

THE CURSE OF BALDRING HEIGHTS. See 
THE SHADOW. 



CURTAIN CALLS FOR FRANZ SCHUBERT, a 
musical play for children by Opal 
Wheeler (Opal Wheeler Macrae) & 
Sybil Deucher. © 21Apr41; D39999. 
Opal Wheeler Macrae & Sybil Deucher 
(A); 10Mar69; R457375. 



CYPRIENNE (DIVORCONS) A comedy in 3 
acts by Margaret Mayo, (French's 
standard library ed.) Adapted from 
the French of Victorian Sardou. 
© 19Jun4l; D75832. Authors League 
Fund (E of M. Mayo); 7May69; R461569. 

DANGER AT BREAKNECK. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I378-594. 

DARK OF THE MOON. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I37O-586. 



DEAD MAN'S REVENGE. 
THE SHADOW. 

See 



See 



DEAD MEN TELL. 
THE SHADOW. 

DEATH AMD TAXES. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I383-599. 
DEATH FOR A MESSENGER. See 
THE SHADOW. 

DEATH GIVES AN ENCORE. See 

THE SHADOW. 
DEATH IMPORTED, Ses 

THE SHADOW. 
DEATH FULI£ THE STRINGS. See 
THE SHADOW. 

DEATH SPEAKS TWICE. See 
THE SHADOW. 
DELICATE STORY; in six scenes by Ferenc 
Molnar; English text, translation & 
adaptation by Gilbert Miller. 
© 8Apr41; D74585 . Kathryn Bache 
Miller (W); 24Feb69; R456583. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



DELICATE STORY; 5 scenes by Ferenc 
Molnar; English text by Gilbert 
Miller. © 9Dec4l; D79016. Lili 
Darvas Molnar (W); 24Jun69; R463889. 

DEPARTMENTIZING FOR PROFITS, by Leo L. 
Shoemaker. © 26Ju141; C13643 . 
National Cash Register Co. (PWH); 
5Apr69; R'tsSl'H. 



DESIGN FOR DEATH. See 
THE SHADOW. 

DISCOVERY OF OMEGA. See 
LATITUDE ZERO. 

DIVORCONS . See 

CYPRXENNE (DIVORCONS) 

DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE, a play in 5 
acts by Richard Abbott, pseud, of 
Charles George. Founded on the novel 
by Robert Louis Stevenson. ® 2Jul4l; 
D75859. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
17Jun69; R463647. 

DODGE CITY ROUND UP. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 157^-5 90. 

DON JUAN DE MANARA; azlone dranimatlca 
in tre atti e quattro quadri e un 
proemio dl Ettore Moschino; musica dl 
Franco Alfano; riduzione per canto e 
pianoforte di Guido Pannaln. Rifaci- 
mento dell'Ombra di Don Giovanni. 
© 21MarlH; D76OO9. Caterina G. Alfano 
(C), Arigardo Moschino (E of E. Mo- 
schino) & G. Ricordl & C, S.P.A. 
(PVfH of G. Pannaln); 10Feb69; 
Rt55595. 



FRANC lA NEGYES; komedia harom felvonSs- 
ban, irta Asztalos Miklos. ® JlMaytl; 
irr5151. Asztalos Miklos (A); 
22May69; R462290. 

THE FREE COMPANY PRESENTS, a collection 
of plays about the meaning of Ameri- 
ca with an Introd. by James Boyd, ed. 
© 5May4l; 1775775. Katherine L. Boyd 
(W); 28Mar69; R458692. 

FRIENDLY RIVALS. See 
CAN RIVALS BE FRIENDS. 



THE DRUMS OF DOOM. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



EASY DOES IT, a comedy In 3 acts by 
William Wallace Vosburgh. © 31Jul'+l; 
175831. William Wallace Vosburgh (A); 
17Jun69; R'+63646. 

EIGHT O'CLOCK TUESDAY, by Robert Walls - 
ten & Mignon G. Eberhart. Based on 
a novel. Fair Warning, by Mignon G. 
Eberhart. © 29Apr4l; D74683. 
Robert Wallsten & Mignon G. Eberhart 
(A); 26Mar69; R458264. 

ELECTION DAY AT PLACER. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1540-556. 

THE ESCAPE. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No.l3'J-l-557. 



FAIR WARNING. See 

EIGHT O'CLOCK TUESDAY. 

No. 1575 -5 91. 



FALSE DISPATCHES. 
THE LONE RANGER 



No. 1348-564. 

See 

No. 1369-585. 



GENTLEMAN OF HONOR. 
THE LONE RANGER. 



No. 1325-542. 



THE PENCE. See 
THE LONE RANGER. 

FIRE IN THE NIGHT. 
THE LONE RANGER. 

FIRST ENCOUNTER. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1363-579- 

FLUTE AND THE VINE, a comedy in one act 
by Weldon Stone. t> 5May4l; D78293- 
Katharine Stone (W) ; 9Apr69; R''59862. 

FOR A WOMAN OR TWO; some monologues and 
sketches for women by T. B. Morris. 
(French's acting edition, no. 440) 
© l4Aprtl; D75845. Thomas Baden 
Morris (A); 2i(Feb69; R't56584 . 

FOR MEN ONLY, by Tom Taggart. © 9Dec4l; 
079824. Tom Taggart (A); l6Jun69; 
R463452. 

FOXFIRE, by Wilson Dorn. © 26Nov4l; 
rrf8392. Wilson Dorn (A); 26Mar69; 
R458641. 



GIRL FROM NOWHERE, a play in one act by 
Ruth Lorac, pseud, of James Reach. 
© 26Jun4l; D75818. James Reach (A); 
l4May69; R461567. 

A GIRL TO AID. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I382-598. 

THE GOLD BEYOND THE RIVER. See 
THE LONE RANGER. N0.I38O-596. 

GOLD IS WHERE YOU FIND IT. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1324-541. 

GOLDEN RAY; one act by Harold Brig- 
house. © llMar4l; D74o8l. 
Barbara Brlghouse (C); 13Jan69; 
R452994. 

THE GOLDEN REIGN OF QUEEN ELIZABETH, 
a play in one act by Clemence Dane, 
pseud, of Winifred Ashton. (French's 
acting ed., no.l068) © lJul4l; 
D77839. 01 wen Bowen-Davies, Richard 
Addinsell & Stanley Gorrie (E); 
l4May69; R461568. 

GREAT WHITEWASH, by Frank Gabrielson & 
Irvln Plncus. © 28Mar4l; D74259. 
Irvin Plncus (A); 20Feb69; R45619I. 

GREEK (A) LOSES HIS DOC, a philosophical 
farce to which is appended an epic 
tale, by Thomas Broadhurst & Iva 
Broadhurst. ®5May4l; D7't951- 
Harriet Broadhurst Hinsdale (C of 
T. Broadhurst); 22Apr69; R't60307. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© Green Hornet, Inc. (FWH) 
No. 
A-507— A-510. © 5Jul4l; D75520- 

75523- 3Mar69; R456865-'^6868 
A-511— A-515- © 6Aug4l; D75925- 

75929- 3Mar69; R456869-456873 • 
A-516. © 15Aug4l; 1)77045. 

3Mar69; R456S74. 
A-517. © l8Aug41; D77386. 3Mar69; 

R456878. 

A-518--A-520. © 5Sep4l; D77256- 

77258. 3Mar69; D456875-456877. 
A-521— A-522. © 25Sep4l; E77498- 

77'*99- 3Mar69; R456ai'9-'^5688o. 
A-523— A-525- © 170ct4l; D77783- 

77785. 3Mar69; R456881-456883. 
A-526— A-528. © 7Nov4l: 07819'*- 

78196, 3Mar69; R456884-456886. 

A-529— A-532. © 6Dec4l: D78574- 
78577. 3Mar69; R4568&7 -456890. 

GROWNUP, a comedy in one act by Beth 
Flske. © 29May4l; IT75819. Beth 
Flske (A); 9Apr69; R459857. 

THE HAPPY DAYS (Les Jours heureux) 
A play In 2 acts by Claude-Andre 
Puget; adapted by Zoe Aklns (Zoe Aklns 
Rumbold) (French's standard library 
edition) © 5Feb42; D79353- James D. 
Aklns (NK); 25Apr69; R460l(6l. 

HAY-FOOT, STRAW FOOT; or. Boy with a 
drum. A play with music, play by 
Otto A. Harbach & Oscar Hammersteln, 
music by Jerome Kern. Based on a 
story by Edward Boykln. Book only. 
® 13MarU2; D79671. Dorothy B. Hammer- 



stein (W), Alice H. Mathias, James 
B. Hammersteln & William Hammersteln 
(C); 13Mar69; R457212. 

HAY-FOOT, STRAW FOOT; or. Boy with a 
drum. A play with music, play by 
Otto A. Harbach 8c Oscar Hammersteln, 
music by Jerome Kern. Based on a 
story by Edward Boykln. Book only. 
© 13Mar42; D79671. William 0. Har- 
bach & Robert A. Harbach (C); 
13Mar69; R457211. 

HE WEARS A PAIR OF SILVER WINGS, a 
dramatic play In 3 acts and 3 scenes 
by William Tracey. © 6Jun42; D8o451. 
Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc.; 
6Jun69; R463084. 

HE WOULDN'T STAY DEAD. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1384-600. 

HEADLINES ON THE FRONTIER. See 
THE LONE RANGER. N0.I366-582. 

HEART OF A CITY, by Lesley Storm, 
pseud, of Lesley Clark. © 22Jul4l; 
D75986. Lesley Clark (A); 17Jan69; 
R453964. 

HERITAGE, by Harold G. Sllker. 
© 12Mar4l; D740l6. Harold G. 
Sllker (A); 20Feb69; R45619O. 



HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA, a play in three 
acts by Paul Osborn. © 27Mar42; 
D79736. Paul Osborn (A); 2Apr69; 
R45897I. 

HIGHLAND CALL, a symphonic play of 
American history in 2 acts by Paul 
Green. With hymn tunes, folksongs, 
ballads & dance. © 27Sep4l; D78780. 
Paul Green (A); 24Feb69; R456585. 



HISTOIRE DE TOBIE ET DE SARA, morallte 
en trols by Paul Claudel. © 15Feb42; 
D9542O. Madame veuve Paul Claudel, 
nee Relne Salnte-Marle Perrin (W); 
14May69; R4ei755. 

HOLD THAT KISS, a comedy In 3 acts 
dramatized by Frank Vreeland. 
(Longmans' Hollywood plays) Based 
upon the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer motion 
picture. © 25Mar42; D79690. 
Alida Vreeland Hotze (W); 25Mar69; 
R458137 . 

HONEYMOON IS OVER, a comedy in one act 
by M. M. Musselman. © 27Jun4l; 
075823. M. M. Musselman (A); 8May69; 
R461282. 

HOUSE AND HOME. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1356-572. 

ICH LIEBE VTER FRAUEN; Lustsplel In 
drel Akten, Ubersetzung aus dem Un- 
garlschen von Johann von Bokay. 
© 31May41; D75130. Irene Palasty 
Bartsch (PWH); 22May69; R462289. 

IMPROPER HENRY PROPPER, a farce In 3 
acts by Charles D. Whitman, pseud, of 
Tom Taggart. © 25Jul4l; D75834. 
Tom Taggart (A); 7May69; R461280. 

INCOGNITO; 3 acts by N. Richard Nus- 
baum, pseud, of N. Richard Nash. 
© 21Apr4l; D74565. N. Richard Nash 
(A); 10Jan69; R452998. 

INCOGNITO; 3 acts by N. Richard Nus- 
baum, pseud, of N. Richard Nash. 
© 40ct41; D7785O. N. Richard Nash 
(A); 10Jan69; R453000. 



INDIAN SIGN; 3 acts by N. Richard 
Nusbaum, pseud, of N. Richard Nash. 
© 30Mar42; D79734. N. Richard Nash 
(A); l6Jun69; R463451. 



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55 



IT'S A FREE COUNTRY. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1352-568. 

JOURS HEUREUX. See 
THE HAPPY DAYS. 

KING OP COCOS ISLE. See 
RIO RICO. 

THE KING WEARS NO CLOTHES; 3 acts by 
Katharine Baker. © JlOct^l; 
D78020. Katharine Baker (A); 
28Jan69; R454Y61. 



THE KNIFE. See 
THE LONE RANGER. 



LITTLE ROSES. See 
THE LONE RANGER. 



No. 1544-560. 



Ho. 1360-576. 



LADIES AMD GENTLEMEN, by Ben Hecht & 
Charles MacArthur. (French's standard 
library edition) From a drama by 
L. Bus-Fekete. © 7Apr4l; D7't580. 
Rose Hecht & Helen Hayes MacArthur 
(W); 24Feb69; Rt56582. 

LADIES' DAY; or. Matinee. A sentimental 
comedy about actors by Emmet Lavery. 
© 31Mar4l; D74293. Emmet Lavery (A); 
26Feb69; R'»56t22. 

LADY IN WAITING, by Margery Sharp 

(Margery Sharp Castle) Based on the 
author's novel The nutmeg tree. NM: 
revision &' additions. © l4Apr4l; 
1174582. Margery Sharp Castle (A); 
22Jan69; R454265. 

LADY LORENZO, by Gladys S. Foster. 
© 9Dec4l; D78601. Gladys S. Foster 
(A); 7May69; R461082. 

THE LAND IS BRIGHT, a play in 3 acts 
by Edna Ferber & George S. Kaufman. 
© 17Dec4l; 1378885. Harriet F. Pilpel 
(E of E. Ferber) & Anne Kaufman 
Schneider (C); 24Feb69; R456346. 

LAST LAUGH. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No.l331-5't8. 

LATITUDE ZERO, by Ted E. Sherdeman. 
Episode 1: Discovery of Omega. 
© 25May42; D8O582. Ted Elton Sherde- 
man (A); 2Jun69; R462020. 

LEMON PIE FOR ANDY, a comedy in one 

act by Kinnier St. Clair. © 29May4l; 

D75822. Agnes Kinnier St. Clair 

(A); 9Apr69; R459860. 
LET US BE GLAMOROUS; 3 acts by Austin 

Goetz. © llMar4l; D7't082. Austin 

Goetz (A); 13Jan69; R't52995- 

LET'S DREAM AWHILE, program no.l by 
Kitty Keepers Voss. © 5Jul4l; 
CI5626. Kitty Voss (A); 19May69; 
R462913 . 

LET'S FACE IT, by Herbert Fields & 
Dorothy Fields, with Cole Porter 
songs. Text only. © 27Jan42; 
D79267. Dorothy Fields (A); 5Feb69; 
R45536O. 

LETTERS TO LUCERNE, a play by Fritz 
Rotter & Allen Vincent. © 29Sep'H; 
D77583. Allen Vincent (A); 2Jun69; 
R462684 . 



LIBERTY JONES, a play with music for 
city children by Philip Barry. Book 
only. © l6Jun4l; E75749. Ellen S. 
Barry (W); 7May69; R461277 . 
LIFE AND DEATH OF AN AMERICAN, by 
George Sklar. (The Living drama 
series) © 30Mar42; D79788. 
George Sklar (A); l4Apr69; R458746. 
iUfi tlMfi THROUGH RED ROCK. See 
THE LOME RANGER. No. 1329-5^6. 

A LITERAL TRANSLATION OF AGNES BER- 
NAUER, by Hebbel; A. Bernard Segal, 
translator. ®6jan4l; D74534. 
Student Outlines Co. (PWH); 6jan69; 
R452485. 



LA LOCANDIERA; commedla lirica in tre 
atti e cinque quadri di M. Ghisalber- 
ti; musica di M. Persico. Dalla 
commedla omonima di Carlo Goldoni. 
Reduziona dell'autore per canto e 
pianoforte. Vocal score. © 4Feb4l; 
D39985. Mario Persico & Mario 
Ghisalberti (A); 29Jan69; R454815 . 

LONDON FRONT; one act by Harold Brig- 
house. ® llMar4l; D74085. Barbara 
Brighouse (C); 13Jan69; R't52996. 

THE LOME RANGER; radio scripts by 
Francis Striker. © Wrather Corp. 
(PWH) 
No. 
1522-539. Thunder from the plain. 

© 6Aug4l; D('5930. 9Jan69; 

R453084. 
1323-5^0. Revenge rides the wagon 

train. © 6Aug41; D7593I. 

9Jan69; R453085. 

1324-541. Gold is where you find it. 
© 6Aue4l; D75932. 9Jan69; 
R455086. 
1325-542. Gentleman of honor. 
© 6Aug4l; D75933. 9Jan69; 
R453087 . 
1326-545. Stagecoach. © 6Aug4l; 

E7593'*. 9Jan69; R453088. 
1327-5'*4. No fury. © 6Aug4l; 

D75955- 9Jan69; R453089. 
1328-545. Rustlers at Breakneck 
Canyon. © 6Aug4l; D75936. 
9Jan69; R453090. 

1329-546. The line through Red 

Rock. © 6Aug4l; D75937 . 

9Jan69; R45509I. 
1550-547. Valley of the cliff 

dwellers. © 5Aug4l; D75938. 

9Jan69; R455092. 



Last laugh. © 6Aug4lj 
9Jan69; R'^55093■ 
Best laid plans . 
0759^*0. 9Jan69; 



1331-5'^8. 

D75939- 
1552-549. 

® 6Aug4l; 

R455094. 
1555-550. Thunder rides the flood. 

® 6Aug4l; 0759^*1 • 9Jan69; 

R455095 . 
1534-550-A. Silver's escape. 

® 15Aug4l; 1177049. 9Jan69; 

R453096. 
1535-551. The son of Silver. 

© 15Aug4l; D77050. 9Jan69; 

R453097. . 

1556-552. The breaking. © 15Aug41; 

D77051. 9Jan69; R453098. 

1537-553 • Water makes trouble. 

© 5Sep4l; D77262. 9Jan69; 

R455099. 
1558-554. Yellow bass. © 5Sep4l; 

D77265. 9Jan69; R453100. 

1539-555. The race. © 5Sep4l; 
D77264. 9Jan69; R453101. 

1540-556. Election day at Placer. 
© 5Sep4l; D77265. 9Jan69; 
R455102. 

1541-557. The escape. © 5Sep4l; 

D77266. 9Jan69; R453103. 
1542-558. A man and his horse. 

© 5Sep4l; D77267. 9Jan69; 

R455104. 

1343-559. Wagons round the mountain. 

© 5Sep4l; D77268. 9Jan69; 

R455105. 
1544-560. Little roses. © 5Sep4l; 

D77269. 9Jan69; R455106. 

1545-561. Two sheriffs are better 

than one. ® 5Sep4l; D77270. 

9Jan69; R455107. 
1546-562. Two men for one crime. 

© 5Sep4l; D77271. 9Jan69; 

R455IO8. 



1547-565. Bait for the trap. 

® 5Sep4l; D77272. 9Jan69; 

R453109. 
1348-564. The fence. © 5Sep4l; 

D77275- 9Jan69; R455110. 
1549-565. Travelers spring. 

© 25Sep4l; D77505. 9Jan69; 

R455111. 
1550-566. The ranger beats the rope. 

© 25Sep4l; D77506. 9Jan69; 

R453112. 

1551-567. Tonto takes charge. 

© 25Sep4l; D77507 . 9Jan69; 

R't53113- 
1352-568. It's a free country. 

© 25Sep4l; D77508. 9Jan69; 

R455114. 

1353-569. Winter rescue. ® 25Sep4l; 

077509. 9Jan69; R455115. 
1554-570. A new record. © 25Sep4l; 

D77510. 9Jan69; R455116. 
1555-571. The train robbery. 

© 25Sep4l; D77511. 9Jan68; 

R455II7 . 

1356-572. House and home. 

® 25Sep4l; D77512- 9Jan69; 

R455118. 
1557-575. Relief train. © 25Sep4l; 

D77515. 9Jan69; R455119. 

1358-57 't. Loser take all. 
© 25Sep4l; D775l'+. 9Jan69; 
R455120. 
1359-575- Wires and hoofs. 
© 170ct4l; D77786. 9Jan69; 
R453121. 
1560-576. The knife. © 170ct4l; 

D77787. 9Jan69; R453122. 
1361-577. A new mission. © 170ot4l; 

D77788. 9Jan69; R453123. 
1562-578. Outlaws plan an empire. 
® 170ct4l; D77789. 9Jan69; 
R455124. 
1563-579. First encounter. 
© 170ct4l; D77790. 9Jan69; 
R455125. 
1364-580. The bridge. © 170ct4l; 

D77791. 9Jan69; R455126. 
1565-581. United we stand. 
® 170ct4l; D77792. 9Jan69; 
R455127 ■ 
1566-582. Headlines on the frontier. 
® 170ct4l; D77795- 9Jan69; 
R455128. 
1567-585. The magic belt. 
® 7Nov4l; 078197. 9Jan69; 
R455129. 
1368-584. Sentinel rock. © 7Nov4l; 

D78198. 9Jan69; R453150. 
1569-585. Fire in the night. 
© 7Nov4l; D78199. 9Jan69; 
R453131. 
1570-586. Dark of the moon. 
© 7Nov4l; D7820O. 9Jan69; 
R455152. 
1371-587. Wrong partners. 
® 7Nov4l; D782OI. 9Jan69; 
E455153. 
1572-588. Richmond stage. 
© 7Nov4l; D78202. 9Jan69; 
R453154. 
1575-589. Settlers for Buffalo 
Valley. © 7Nov4l; D78205. 
9Jan69; R455135. 
1374-590. Dodge City round up. 
© 7Nov4l; D78204. 9Jan69; 
R453156. 
1375-591. False dispatches. 
© 7Nov4l; 078205. 9Jan69; 
R455137. 

1376-592. The night watch. 
© 6Dec4l; D78582. 9Jan69; 
R455138. 
1377-593. War in Wyoming. 
© 6Dec4l; D78583. 9Jan69; 
R453139. 
1578-594. Danger at Breakneck 
Rapids. ® 6Dec4l; D78584. 
9Jan69; R45514o. 
1379-595. The outlaw wears a mask. 
© 6Dec4l; D78585. 9Jan69; 
R453141. 



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Jan.-June 



THE LONE RANGER. -Con. 

1580-596. The gold beyond the river. 

© 6Dec'*l; D78586. 9Jan69; 

R453142. 
1381-597. Torlock's end. © 6Dec4l; 

D78587. 9Jan69; R'^551'^3- 

A girl to aid. © 6Dec4l; 
9Jan69; R453144. 
Death and taxes . 
D78589. 9Jan69; 



1382-598. 

D78588. 
1383-599- 

© 6Dec4l; 

R453145.' 

1384-600. 



He wouldn't stay dead. 
9Jan69; 



© 6Dec4l; D7859O. 
R453146. 

1385-601. Stagecoach to Deadwood. 
© 6Dec4l; ir('8591. 9Jan69; 
R453147. 

LORENZ AND LARUE, by George S. Kaufman. 
© 25Apr42; D80035 . Anne Kaufman 
Schneider (C); l6Jun69; R463489. 

LOSER TAKE ALL. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1358-574. 

MADAME AFFAMEE, by Arch Oboler. 

© 19Feb'H; D73682. Arch Oboler (A); 
17Feb69; R'*559'(2. 

MAESTRO DI MUSICA. See 
MUSIC MASTER. 

THE MAGIC BELT. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I367-583. 

THE MAGIC FLUTE, an opera in two acts; 
libretto by Emanuel Schnlkaneder & 
Carl Ludwig Gresecke, music by Wolf- 
gang Amadeus Mozart, English version 
by Ruth & Thomas Martin. © 8Dec4l; 
D79283. Thomas Martin (A); 30Jan69; 
R455020. 

THE MALE ANIMAL, by James Thurber & 
Elliott Nugent. Acting ed . NM: 
additions & revisions. © 25Jun4l; 
D75841. Helen W. Thurber (W) & 
Rosemary Thurber Sauers (C); 
6jan69; R452'*89. 

A MAN AND HIS HORSE. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1342-558. 

MARCO POLO, by Geraldlne Brain Siks . 
© 19Nov4l; D78390. Anchorage Press 
(PWH); 21Jan69; R454155 . 

MARTHA; English libretto of the opera 
by Friedrich von Flotow; W. Friedrich, 
author. Author of renewable matter: 
Edward J. Dent. © 90ct4l; DFIO63 . 
Lloyd's Bank, Ltd. (E of E. J. Dent); 
23May69; R462265. 

MATINEE. See 
LADIES' DAY. 

MR. AND MRS. SPARKS, by Mabel Constan- 
duros & Howard Agg. © SOSepiJl; 
D781I12. Michael Constanduros (C) & 
Ernest Balfour Agg (NK); 6Mar69; 
RI56587. 

MRS. BOOT'S LEGACY, a sketch of three 
female characters by Anne Meredith. 
(French's acting edition, no. 1170) 
© 6Aug4l; D77840. Lucy Malleson (E); 
litMar69; R457387. 

MONKEY IN THE MIRROR, a satirical 

comedy in one act by Glna Knee (Glna 
Knee Brook) & 5May41; Err8l50. 
Glna Knee Brook (A); 26Mar69; 
R458265 . 

THE MOONSTOtfE, a mystery play in three 
acts by Merritt Stone; adapted from 
the fa«iour, novel by Wilkie Collins. 
€ l4Feb41; £73691. Merritt Stone 
(Al; 9Jan69; R453001. 

MURDER DEFERRED. See 
THE SHADOW. 

MUSIC MASTER; book by K. Vambery, lyrics 
by Edward Eeigir. New English version 
of Pergoles's Opera 11, Maestro di 



musica. Book only. © 4Mar42; D79481. 
Jane Eager (W) & Fritz Eager (C); 
6Mar69; R457028. 

MY CLIENT CURLEY, in a collection of 
radio plays by Lucille Fletcher 
Herrmann & Norman Corwin. (In Thir- 
teen by Corwin) © 27Jan42; D79330. 
Lucille Fletcher Herrmann (A); 
17Apr69; R45996I. (See also My 
friend Curley; 12Mar69; R457297 & My 
client Curley; l6May69; r46i8i4) 

MY CLIENT CURLEY, in a collection of 
radio plays by Lucille Fletcher 
Herrmann (Mrs. Douglas Wallop) & 
Norman Corwin. (In Thirteen by 
Corwin) © 27Jan42; D79330. Lucille 
Fletcher Herrmann & Norman Corwin 
(A); l6May69; r46i8i4. (See also My 
friend Curley; 12Mar69; R457297 & My 
client Curley; 17Apr69; R459961) 

MY FRIEND CURLEY, by Lucille Fletcher 
Herrmann & Norman Corwin. (In Thir- 
teen by Corwin) © 27Jan42; 1)79330. 
Lucille Fletcher Herrmann (a); 
12Mar69; R457297. (See also My 
client Curley: 17Apr69; R459961 & 
l6May69; R46l8l4) 

A NEW METHOD OF MUSICAL MOTION, by 
William Joseph Walker. © 5Mar4l; 
CI3172. William Joseph Walker 
(A); 24jan69; R454434. 

A NEW MISSION. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1361-577- 

A NEW RECORD. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1354-570. 

NIGHT SHIFT; text & music by M. Blitz- 
stein. © 19Mar42; 1776120. Edward 
Davis & Josephine Davis (E); 20May69; 
R457956. 

THE NIGHT WATCH. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1376-592- 

NO BOYS ALLOWED, a play in three acts 
by Edith Sommer (Edith Sommer Soder- 
berg) © 27Mar42; D79735- Edith 
Sommer Soderberg (A); 2Apr69; 
R45897O. 

NO FURY. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1327-544. 

NORTH TO A STAR, an original screenplay 
In narrative form by Robert Ardrey. 
© 23Apr42; D80026. Robert Ardrey (A); 
2Jun69; R462971. 

NOVELETTE, a comedy in one act by 
Philip Johnson. (French's acting 
edition, no. 451) © 6Aug41; D77841. 
Philip Johnson (A); l4Mar69; R457388. 

NO. 10 DOWNING STREET; or. The reborn. 
A play in 5 acts by A. Laurie 
Brazee & Gladys Anne Gordon. 
© 17Nov4l; D78301. Gladys Gordon 
(A); lApr69; R458207- 
NUTMEG TREE. See 
LADY IN WAITING. 
OEDIPE. See 
THEATRE. 



OMBRA DI DOK GIOVANNI. 
DON JUAN DE MANARA. 



See 



ONCE FOR THE BRAVE, a play by Sylvia 
Regan (Sylvia Regan Ellatein) 
© 20Mar42; D79622. Sylvia Regan 
Ellsteln (A); 21Apr69; R460097. 

ONE NIGHT IN SPRING; or, Candle in the 
night. 3 acts by Angel Coch & Silvia 
Yanacopoulos (Barbara Sylvia Yana<- 
copoulos Blesantz) © 28Nov1|1; D78'»37 . 
Barbara Sylvia Blesantz k Angel Coch 
(A); 13Feb69; Rt558oi. 

ONE'S A CROWD, a comedy in three acts 
by Eugene Raskin. O 8Ha;^2; D6015i. 
Eugene Raskin (A); 9Jan69; R463148. 

THE ORCHARDS OF POLOVCHANSK, a play in 
four acts by Leonid Leonov, trans- 
lated from the Russian by John Jacob 
Robblns. t) 25Nov4l; 078383. 
John Jacob Robblns (A); 19Feb69; 
R459297. 



ORPHEUS; Italian words by Ranieri De' 
Calzabigi; French adaptation by Perre 
Louis Mollne; Christopher Willibald 
Gluck, composer. Book only. Author 
of renewable matter: Edward J. Dent. 
© 90ct4l; DFIO6O. Lloyd's Bank, Ltd. 
(E of E. J. Dent); 23May69; R462266 . 

OUAH LAN', a Negro play by James 
Theodore Ward. © 12Nov4l; D78246. 
James Theodore Ward (A); 29Jan69: 
R454648. 

OUR HERITAGE; one act pageant by Harold 
G. Sliker. © 6Nov41; D78l48. 
Harold G. Sliker (A); 20Feb69; 
R456I92. 

THE OUTLAW TOARS A MASK. See 
THE LONE RANGER. N0.I379-595. 

OUTLAWS PLAN AN EMPIRE. See 
THE LONE RANGER. N0.I362-578. 

PAPA IS ALL; 3 acts by Patterson Greene. 
© 19Mar42; D79610. Mary W. Greene 
(W); l6Jun69; R463449. 

PARTING AT IMSDORF; 1 act by N. Richard 
Nusbaum, pseud, of N. Richard Nash. 
© 25Mar41; D74579. N. Richard Nash 
(A); 10Jan69; R452999- 

DIE PfiRLE VON TOKAY; Operette in funf 
Bildern von Max Wallner und Kurt 
Feltz; Musik von Fred Raymond. Book 
only. © 7Feb4l; DFI967. Pilar 
Wallner (W) & Kurt Feltz (A) ; 8Jul68; 

n't 6 2774. 

PERSEPHONE. See 
THEATRE. 



PHILADELPHIA STORY; 3 acts by Philip 
Barry. © 30Jan42; 079351. Ellen S. 
Barry (W); l6Jun69; D463448. 



THE PIRATE, a play in 3 acts by S. .N. 
Behrman. © 22Jun42; D80605 . S. N. 
Behrman (A); 24Jun69; R463910. 

PLAYS FOR GREAT OCCASIONS; ten one 
act plays for our national holidays 
by Rufus Learsi. © 2May4l; D75107. 
Albena Goldberg (W); 2Jan69; 
R452170. 

PROBLEM PAPA, by Arch Oboler. 

© 17Mar4l; D74093. Arch Oboler (A): 
17Feb69; R'*55943. 

PROFITABLE FOOD MERCHANDISING, by Leo 
L. Shoemaker. 6Sep4l; CI3775. 
National Cash Register Co. (PWH); 
3Apr69; R458143. 

PROGRESS TO FOTHERINGHAY, a play in one 
act by Thomas Baden Morris. (French's 
acting edition, no. 302) ® 30Aug41; 
D77842. Thomas Baden Morris (A); 
14Mar69; R457389. 

PROM KING: 3 acts by Esther E. Olson. 
© 20Aug4l; D77288. Esther E. Olson 
(A); 17Feb69; R455951. 

PSYCHOPATHIC WARD. See 
WARD 15. 

PUT IT IN THE PENGUIN, by Daniel Irwin 
Taradash. © 22May4l; D75025. 
Daniel Irwin Taradash (A): 24Feb6q- 
R456374. ^' 

THE RACE. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1339-555. 

RAMUNTCHO, a lyric drama In 5 acts; 
libretto Sc music by Deems Taylor. 
Op. 23. After the novel by Pierre 
Loti. © 3Jun4l; 076001. Joan Taylor 
Dawson (C); 28May69; 1^161795. 

THE rUVNOER BEATS THE ROPE. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1350-566. 



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RAZZLE-DAZZLEj by William Saroyan. 
© l6Apr42; D80186. Mllllam Saroyan 
(A); 21May69; R451955 ■ 

REBORN. See 

NO. 10 DOWNING STREET. 

REIIEF TRAIN. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I357-575. 

THE RETURN OE ANATOLE CHE7ANIC. See 
THE SHADOW. 

REVENGE RIDES THE WAGON TRAIN. See 
THE LONE RANGER. N0.I323-540. 

RICHMOND Stage, see 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I372-588. 

RIO RICO; or, The king of Cocos Isle. 
Operetta in a prologue & two acts; 
book & lyrics by Edward Bradley, 
music by Don Wilson. Vocal score. 
© l8Dec41; D76072. Sunmy-Birchard 
Co. (PWH); 3Feb69; R456273 • 



LE ROI CANDAULE. 
THEATRE. 



See 



ROLL OUT THE BARREL, a dramatic play 
in 3 acts & 3 scenes by Willlain 
Tracey. © l6Jan42; D78973. 
Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc. 
(PWH); 17Jan69; R')54396. 

ROSMERHOLM; four acts by Henrik Ibsen; 
English adaptation by Garrett H. 
Leverton. © 3Mar4l; D73884. 
Mrs. Ed S. Leverton (NK); 20Peb69; 
R456193. 

ROUGH DIAMOND, a comedy with music by 
Aras Kira, pseud, of Sara Arick 
Halpern. Text only. ® llDec41; 
D786I2. Sara Arick Halpern (A); 
l8Apr69; R460069. 

RUSTLERS AT BREAKNECK CANYON. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1328-545 . 

SAINT ELMO, by Preston Conway, pseud, 
of Charles George. Founded on the 
novel by Augusta J. Evans. © 'JApr'H; 
D74578. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
24Feb69; R'f5658l. 

SAUL. See 
THEATRE. 

THE SAVIOURS; seven plays on one theme 
by Clemence Dane, pseud, of Winifred 
Ashton. © 19Jun42; D812O5. 01 wen 
Bowen-Davies, Richard Addinsell & 
Stanley Gorrie (E); 23Jun69; R463'H5. 

SECOND BEST BED; 3 acts by N. Richard 
Nusbaum, pseud, of N. Richard Nash. 
© 29Aug4l; E77207. N. Richard Nash 
(A); l6Jun69; R463446. 

SECOND BLOOMING; one act by Mae Howley 
Barry. © 20Aug4l; D77854. Mae 
Howley Barry (A); l6Jun69; R463447. 

SENTINEL ROCK. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I368-584. 

SETTLERS FOR BUFFALO VALLEY. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1373 -589. 

THE SHADOW; scripts by various authors. 
© Conde Nast Publications, Inc. (PWH) 
Altar of death, by Sidney Slon & Peter 
Barry. © 17Mar42; D79596 . l4May69; 
R461555 . 

Beggars of death, by Sidney Slon & 
Peter Barry. © 2Dec4l; 078517. 
8jan69; R'+52892. 
The case of the priceless pompano, 
by Sidney Slon & Peter Barry. 
© 30Dec4l; D78790. 8jan69; 
R452896. 
The curse of Baldring Heights, by 
Sidney Slon & Peter Barry. 
© 9Dec4l; D786IO. 8Jan69; R452893 . 



Dead man's revenge, by Sidney Slon & 

Peter Barry. © 28jan42; D79053. 

3Feb69; R454860. 
Dead men tell, by Sidney Slon S: Peter 

Barry. © 3Mar42; 1779456. l4May69; 

R461551. 

Death for a messenger, by Sidney Slon 
& Peter Barry. © 10Mar42; D79543 . 
l4May69; R461552. 

Death gives an encore, by Sidney Slon 
& Peter Barry. ® 3Mar42; 179455- 
l4May69; R461550. 

Death imported, by Sidney Slon & 
Peter Barry. © 23Dec4l; D7873O. 
8Jan69; R452895. 

Death pulls the strings, by Sidney 
Slon & Peter Barry. © 6Jan42; 
D78827. © 3Feb69; R454857. 
Death speaks twice, by Sidney Slon & 
Peter Barry. © l8Feb42; D79322. 
17Mar69; R457303- 
Design for death, by Sidney Slon & 
Peter Barry. © llFeb42; D79256. 
17Mar69; R457302. 

The drums of doom, by Sidney Slon & 

Peter Barry. © 13Jan42; D78958. 

3Feb69; R454858. 
Murder deferred, by Sidney Slon & 

Peter Barry. © 24Mar42; D79684. 

l4May69; R461554. 

The return of Anatole Chevanic, by 
Sidney Slon & Peter Barry. 
© 3Feb42; D79199. 17Mar69; 
R457301. 

The thing in the swamp, by Sidney 
Slon & Peter Barry. © 20Jan42; 
D78990. 3Feb69; R454859. 

The undead, by Sidney Slon & Peter 
Barry. © l6Dec4l; D7867O. 
8Jan69; R452894. 

SHIP SOUTH, an original opera for the 
American stage in one act, one 
scene & six sequences by A. Ronell, 
set to music by N. Berenzowsky. 
© 8jan42; D76089. Ann Ronell (A); 
9Jan69; R452607. 

SHOOT THE WORKS, a comedy in three 

acts by Don Pierre, pseud, of Richard 
Hill Wilkinson. (Drama Guild plays) 
© 3Feb4l; D73751. Drama Guild 
Publishers (PWH); 17Jan69; r454o4i. 

SHORT AND SWEET; sketches for both 
sexes by Mabel Constanduros & Denis 
Constanduros. (French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 379) © 6May4l; D75843. 
Michael Constanduros (C of M. Con- 
standuros) & Denis Constanduros (A); 
6Mar69; R456586. 

SILENT NIGHT, by Norman Krasna. 

© 8Aug4l; D75955. Norman Krasna (A); 
27Dec68; R452023. 

SILVER'S ESCAPE. See 

THE LONE RANGER. NO.1334-550-A. 

SINGLE STROKE SHORTHAND, by William 
Joseph Walker. © 21Feb4l; CI3I28. 
William Joseph Walker (A) ; 24jan69; 
R454435 . 

SIXTEEN IN AUGUST, a three act comedy 
by Dorothy Bennett & Link Hannah. 
© 15Sep4l; D77855. Dorothy Bennett 
& Link Hannah (A); 9Apr69; R459861. 

SKIN OF OUR TEETH; 3 acts by Thornton 
Wilder. © 24Mar42; D79656. Thornton 
Niven Wilder (A); l6Jun69; R463450. 

SOLITAIRE, a play in two acts by John 
Van Druten, adapted from the novel 
by Edwin Corle. S l4May4l; D74956. 
Carter Lodge (E of J. Van Druten); 
9Apr69; R459855. 



THE SON OF SILVER. 
THE LONE RANGER. 



See 

No. 1335 -551. 



STAGE DOOR, a play in 3 acts by Edna 
Ferber & George S. Kaufman. 
© 3Dec4l; D74219. Harriet F. Pllpel 
(E of E. Ferber) & Anne Kaufman 
Schneider (C); 24Feb69; R456348. 

STAGECOACH. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I326-543. 

STAGECOACH TO DEADtfOOD. See 
THE LONE RANGER. N0.I385-6OI. 

STARRY TRAIL, a one act Christmas play 
by Helen Boyd Higgins . © 29May4l; 
D7582I. Helen Boyd Higgins (A); 
9Apr69; R459859. 

LO STENDARDO DI SAN GIORGIO; melodramraa 
in tre attl di Giovacchlno Forzano, 
musica di Mario Peragallo; riduzione 
per canto e piano di Luigi Riccl. 
© 21Mar4l; D76OO8. Mario Peragallo, 
Giovacchlno Forzano (A) & G. Rloordi 
& C, S.P.A. (PWH of L. Ricci); 
10Feb69; R455592. 

STEPHEN FOSTER; or. Weep no more my 
lady. A biographical play on Stephen 
Collins Foster, father of American 
folk songs, by Earl Hobson Smith. 
5th ed. ® 2Mar't2; D79544 . Earl 
Hobson Smith (A); 2May69; R460932. 

SWEET DANGER; book & lyrics by Bill 
Engvick (William Clark Engvick) ; 
music by Alec Wilder. Text only. 
© 19Mar42; D79605. William C. 
Engvick (A); 20May69; R457957- 

SWEET ELOISE, a dramatic play in 3 acts 
and 3 scenes by William Tracey. 
© 5Jun42; d80452. Shapiro, Bernstein 
& Co., Inc. (PWH); 5Jun69; R463082. 

A SWIFT KICK, a comedy in three acts 
by James F. Stone & Nathaniel Edward 
Reeid; prepared by N. E. Reeid. 
© 12Nov4l; E78654. Bernice Reed 
Williams (NK); 20May69; R461834. 

TABLE RESERVED, by Wlllard G. Gernhardt . 
© 27Feb42; E79454. Wlllard G. Gern- 
hardt (A); 4Mar69; R456896. 

TEN WEEKS WITH A CIRCUS. See 
TOBY TYLER. 

THEATRE, by Andre Gide. Saul; Le roi 
Candaule; Oedlpe; Persephone; Le 
treizieme arbre. © 15Mar42; D95358. 
Catherine Gide (C); 14May69; R461754. 

THELMA, a comedy drama in 3 acts by 
Virginia Mitchell, p?eud. of Charles 
George. From the novel by Marie 
Corelll. © 31JU141; D75828. Samuel 
French, Inc. (PWH); 7May69; R461278. 

THEY DID AWAY WITH UNCLE; 3 acts by 
Joseph Scott, pseud, of Tom Taggart. 
© 2Jul4l; D75857. Tom Taggart (A); 
l6Jun69; R463445. 

THE THING IN THE SWAMP. See 
THE SHADOW. 

THIRD ACT, a one act comedy by Gerhard 
Angermann. © 29May4l; D7582O. 
Gerhard Angermann (A); 9Apr69; 
R459858. 

THIRTEEN; radio dramas by Corwin; with 
a preface by Carl Van Doren. 
© 27Jan42; D79330. Norman Corwin (A); 
27Feb69; R456454. 

THREE ACTS, a play in 3 acts by Edna 
Ferber & George S. Kaufman. 
© 19Jun4l; D75338. Harriet F. Pllpel 
(E of E. Ferber) & Anne Kaufman 
Schneider (C); 24Feb69; R456345. 

THUNDER FROM THE PLAIN. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1322-539- 

THUNDER RIDES THE FLOOD. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1333-550. 



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TIMES SQUARE LADY, a comedy melodrama 
in 3 acts dramatized by Frank Vree- 
land. (Longmans' Hollywood plays) 
© 25Mar42j 177969'+. Alida Vreeland 
Hotze (W); 25Mar69; R'+58l58. 

TIN WEDDING, a play In 3 acts by 

Edith Ellis. From novel by Margaret 
Leech. © li(Jan4l; 073148, Ellis 
Baker (c); 7Jan69j R452536. 

TO DREAM AGAIN, in one act by Carter 

Goodloe. © 2Jul4l; 075826. A. Carter 
Goodloe (A); l6Jun69; R4634'4-3 . 

TO ENTERTAIN STRANGERS, a Masonic play 
in one act by Carl H. Claudy. 
© 25Sep4l; D78278. Carl H. Claudy, 
Jr. (C); 21Apr69; R460099. 

TOBY TYLER; or. Ten weeks with a circus. 
3 acts dramatized by Richard Young, 
pseud, of Tom Taggart. From the 
story by James Otis. ® 2Jul4l; 
D75827. Tom Taggart (A); l6Jun69; 
R463444 . 

TONTO TAKES CHARGE. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I35I-567. 

TORLOCK'S END. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I38I-597. 



THE TRAIN ROBBERY. 
THE LONE RANGER. 

TRAVELERS SPRING. 
THE LONE RANGER. 



See 

No. 1355-571. 

See 
No. 1349-565. 



A TREE ON THE PLAINS, a music play for 
Americans; words by Paul Horgan, 
music by Ernst Bacon. © 21Apr42; 
D76130. Paul Horgan & Ernst Bacon 
(A); llJun69; R463907. 

IE TREIZIEME ARBRE. See 
THEATRE. 

A TRIBUTE TO THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER, 
by Ruth Osborn. © lljul4l; C13590. 
Ruth Osborn (A); 10Jan69; R452656. 

THE TROJAN HORSE, a contemporary drama 
laid in II85 B.C. by Christopher 
Morley. © 17Sep4l; D77445 . Chris- 
topher Morley, Jr., Blythe Morley 
Brennan, Helen Morley Woodruff & 
Louise Morley Cochrane (C): l4Feb69: 
R455819. 

TROUBLE WITH GUSTY, a comedy in three 
acts by Dorothy Bennett (Dorothy 
Bennett Hannah) & Link Hannah. 
© 31May4l; D75142. Dorothy Bennett 
& Link Hannah (A); 9Apr69; R459856. 

TUNE IN TONIGHT, a play in three acts 
by Robert Clark & George Shaftel. 
© 23Jun4l; D75396. Robert Clark & 
George Shaftel (A); 7May69; R461276. 

TWO MEN FOR ONE CRIME. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I346-562. 

TWO SHERIFFS ARE BETTER THAN ONE. See 
THE LONE RANGER. N0.I345-56I. 



U.S., THE GREATEST ROMANCE IN THE 
WORLD, by Emma Dunn. © 10Jan4l; 
CI3OI6. Helen Ball (E); 9Jan69; 
R462961. 

THE UNDEAD. See 
THE SHADOW. 

UNFAITHFULLY YOURS, by Catherine Chis- 

holm Gushing. © 13May4l; 1X74883. 

William P. Chisholm, Virginia Alwine 

& Katherine Talarico (NK); 12May69: 

R461791. 
UNITED WE STAND. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I365-5B1. 
VALLEY OF THE CLIFF DWELLERS. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1330-547. 
VIC AND SALE, by Paul Rhymer. 

© Mrs. Paul M. Rhymer (W) & Paul 

Parke Rhymer (C) 

Jan. 13, 1941. © 5Feb4l; D73453 . 
7Jan69; R454574. 

Feb. 10, 1941. © 3Mar4l; D73927. 
7Jan69; R454575. 

Mar. 17, 19'H. © 4Apr4l; D74344. 
7Jan69; R454576. 

Apr. 8, 1941. © 2May4l; D74826. 
7Jan69; R454577. 

May 22, 19'+1. © 12Jun4l; D75327 . 
7Jan69; R454578. 

June 13, 1941. ® 5Jul4l; D75545 . 
25Jun69; R464039. 



July 23, 1941. ® 4Aug4l; 
25Jun69; R464040. 



D75853. 



Aug. 13, 1941. © 3Sep4l; D77223. 
25Jun69; R464o4l. 

Sept. 19, 1941. © 60ct4l; 177735. 

25Jun69; R464042. 
Oct. 15, 1941. © 4Nov41; D78129. 

25Jun69; R464043. 
Nov. 24, 1941. © 3Dec4l; D78529. 

25Jun69; R464044. 
Dec. 23, 1940. © 7Jan4l; D73241. 

7Jan69; R454573. 

VIOLET HAG AN, by Henry Fogler. 

© 6Sep4l; D77497. Henry Fogler (A); 
6May69; R461079. 

VIVACIOUS LADY; dramatization in 3 acts 
based on motion picture, by Frank 
Vreeland; adapted from an original 
story by Ida A. R. Wylie. (Longmans' 
Hollywood plays) © l4Mar4l; D74421, 
RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 28Feb69; 
R456694. 

WAGONS ROUND THE MOUNTAIN. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1343-559. 

WAR IN WYOMING. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1377-5 93. 

WARD 13; or, The psychopathic ward. 
A tragedy in prologue and three acts 
by Earl Ray Koons. © 23Feb42: 
D79345. Earl Ray Koons (A.); 4Jun69; 
R463115. 



WATER MAKES TROUBLE. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I337-553. 

WAXWORKS, a comedy in a prologue & 

two acts by Ferenc Molnar. Hungarian 
text. © 21Jan42: D79031. Lili 
Darvas Molnar (w); 6Feb69; R455440. 

WE DREAM AWHILE, program no. 4 by Kitty 
Keepers Voss. © 25Aug4l; CI3934. 
Kitty Voss (A); 19May69; R462914 . 

THE WEAKNESS OF UNPROTECTED WRITTEN 
RECORDS, by Leo L. Shoemaker. 
© 6Sep4l; CI3774. National Cash 
Register Co. (PWH); 3Apr69; R458i42. 

WEEP NO MORE MY LADY. See 
STEPHEN POSTER. 

WESTWOOD WHOA, a comedy in one act by 
Richard Hill Wilkinson. (Drama 
Guild plays) © 3Feb4l; D73730. 
Drama Guild Publishers (PWH): 
17Jan69; R454o4o. 

WHITE BANNERS, a drama in three acts 
dramatized by Frank Vreeland. Actor's 
script. (Longmans' Hollywood plays) 
Based on a novel by Lloyd C. Douglas. 
© 12Nov4l; D7865O. Alida Vreeland 
Hotze (W); 9May69; R460943. 

THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER, a dramatic 
play in three acts by Nat Burton & 
Walter Kent. © 8Jan42; D78883. 
Dorothy Burton Schwartz (W) ; 9Jan69: 
R453424. 

WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER; 3 acts by Nat 
Burton, pseud, of Nat Schwartz, & 
Walter Kent. © 8jan42; D78883 
Dorothy Schwartz (W) & Jerom° B 
Schwartz (c); 5Feb69; R455934. 

WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER; 3 acts by Nat 
Burton, pseud, of Nat Schwartz, & 
Walter Kent. © 8jan42; D78883. 
Walter Kent (A); 5Feb69; R455g35. 

WINTER RESCUE. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I353-569. 

WIRES AND HOOFS. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I359-575. 
WOMEN AREN'T ANGELS, a farce by Vernon 
Sylvaine. © iSApr^l; D74550. Marie 
Sylvaine (W); 24Feb69; R456579. 
WRONG PARTNERS. See 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I37I-587. 
YELLOW BASS. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1338-554. 

YOUNG KING COLE, a comedy in 3 acts 
by Tom Taggart. © 2Jul4l; D75829. 
Tom Taggart (A); 7May69; R461279. 

YOU'RE YOUNG ONLY TWICE, a comedy In 3 
acts by Joseph Spalding, pseud, of 
Tom Taggart. © 24Jul4l; D75835 . 
Tom Taggart (A); 7May69; R461281. 



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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). 



Abbott, Richard, pseud. 

Charles. 
Aberg, Gilbert. 

ESTHER. 



SEE George, 



Abingdon Press. 

I FIND NO FAULT IN HIM. 
Abrams, Tevla. 

HE PATIENT PRESSMAN. 
Abrash, Merrltt. 
THE FlIM CLUB. 
THE HARKINS INHERITANCE. 
Accardo, Ralph. 
NO BRASS RINGS. 

Accardo, Ralph V. 

GINO ANDRETTI IN PURGATORY. 
Aooialoll, Andrew Joseph. 
REBEL IN THE RANKS. 

Aohard, Marcel. 
GUGUSSE. 

Acker, Jean. 

VIENNE CHANTE BT DANSE. 

Ackerraan, Hal. 
THE KITE. 

Ackerman, Harold. 
EARTH. 

THE ODYSSEY OF SONNY & CHER. 
THE PARABLE OF THE WORMS. 

Adamov, Arthur. 

LA GRAMDE MURAILLE. 

OFF LIMITS. 
Adams, Barry B. 

KING JOHAN. 
Adams, Janus Ingrld. 

THE LAMBS. 
Adams, John ftulnoy. 

THIRTEEN PLAYS PRESENTED AT CHRISTMAS 
IN THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSE, COLGATE 
UNIVERSITY. 
Adams, Rusty. 

LIVING THE LIFE OF RILEY. 

Adams, William L. 

TREASON, STRATAGEMS, AND SPOILS. 

Addlnsell, Richard. 

THE GOLDEN REIGN OF QUEEN 

ELIZABETH. (R) 
THE SAVIOURS. (R) 



Adelman, Benjamin. 

THE STORY AND LIFE OF WOLFGANG 
AMADEUS MOZART. 

Adelson, Judah. 

HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION, BEGINNINGS TO 
1715. 

Adler, Herbert. 

YOU CAN'T BEAT THE SYSTEM, SAM. 

Asop. SEE Esop. 
Agenoux, Soren. 

CHAS. DICKENS' CHRISTMAS CAROL. 
Agg, Ernest Balfour. 

MR. AND MRS. SPARKS. (R) 
Agg, Howard. 

MR. AND MRS. SPARKS. (R) 

Airmont Pub. Co., Inc. 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL. 
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS. 
CORIOLAHUS. 
KING JOHN. 

Akers, Jeremiah, pseud. SEE Clark, 

James W. 
Akins, James D. 

THE HAPPY DAYS. (R) 
Aklns, Zoe. SEE Rumbold, Zoe Akins. 
Albee, Edward. 

BOX AND QUOTATIONS PROM CHAIRMAN 
MAO TSE-TUNG. 

Aloott, Louisa May. 
JACK AND JILL. 

NED CROCKER. 

Aldrich, Thomas Bailey. 

MARJORIE DAW. 
Alexander, Annallta Marsigll. 

WEST OF THE WALL. 

Alexander, I. J. 

CALM IS THE SEA. (R) 
Alfano, Caterlna G. 

DON JUAN DE MANARA. fR) 
Alfano, Franco. 

DON JUAN DE MANARA. (R) 

Allen, Anne. SEE Allen, Teda Anne. 

Allen, Ceclle H. 

THE GREAT DECISION. 

Allen, Jay Presson. 
FORTY CARATS. 



Allen, Mrs. 
Ceclle H. 



Richard N. SEE Allen, 



Allen, Teda Anne. 

THE ANTIGONE OF SOPHOCLES. 
Allender, Fred. 

FULVIA. 

Alpers, Robert. 
WHO. 

Alpimonte, Andrea. 
JURULLO. 

Alto Productions, Ltd. 
DADDY'S GONE A- HUNTING. 

Alton, William Henry. 

HAVE YOU FOUND YOURSELF. 

EL PODER DE DIOS ESTA DISPONIBLE. 

Alwine, Virginia. 
UNFAITHFULLY YOURS. 



(R) 



(R) 



Ambrose, Frederick Halsey, III. 

RIGHT TIME. 
American Center for Stanislavski 
Theatre Art, Inc. 
THE MARRIAGE PROPOSAL. 
Anchorage Press. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. (R) 
MARCO POLO. (-R) 
Andersen, Hans Christian. 
BIG KLAS AND LITTLE KLAS. 
THE LITTLE MERMAID. 
THE NIGHTINGALE. 

Anderson, Albert R. 

WHAT AFTER DEATH. 
Anderson, Alexander H. 

THE FREELOADERS. 

Anderson, James Franklin. 
HOW TO MAKE A DUMB BLONDE. 
Anderson, Rudy. SEE Anderson, Albert R. 

Anderson/Fulraer Group. 
THE FREELOADERS. 

Andrews, Robert, pseud. 
Andrew Joseph. 

Andrews, Virgil L., Jr. 
A PAIR OF SANDALS. 

Andrews, William. 

BRINGING IN THE SHEEP. 

Andrusesky, Jeffrey Michael. 

TENEBRAE. 
Anfrle, Jacques. 

S . . S . ; HOMME SEUL . 



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Jan.-June 



Angermanrij Gerhard. 
THIRD ACT. (E) 

Annexton, May Winnlfred. SEE Karatz, 
May Winnlfred Annexion. 

Anoullh, Jean. 

THE BAKER, THE BAKER'S WIFE, AND THE 
BAKER'S BOY. 
LE BOULANGER, LA BOULANGERE, ET LE 
PETIT MITRON. 

Anstruther, Gerald, pseud. SEE 
Fleming, Brandon. 

Anthony, Rock, pseud. SEE Logiudioe, 
Rocco. 

Anttila, Everett. 

YOU CAN'T BEAT LUCK. 
Anzer, Peggy. 

VAUDEVILLE 1925- 
Apariclo, Margarita Irlde. 

HELLO SAN FRANCISCO. 

Apple, Jacki. 

MINUS ONE. 
Appling, Wynn. 

MORNING COMES SHAKEY. 

Arbuzov, Aleksei. 
THE PROMISE. 

Arc Music Corp. 

10-2 DOUBLE PLUS. 
Archer, Sandra. 

THE FARCE OF PATELIN. 

Arden, John. 

ARMSTRONG'S LAST GOODNIGHT. 
THE BUSINESS OP GOOD GOVERNMENT. 
LEPT-HANDED LIBERTY. 
THE WORKHOUSE DONKEY. 
Ardrey, Robert. 

NORTH TO A STAR. (R) 
Argranov, M. , pseud. SEE Grain, Mark. 

Aristophanes. 

FOUR COMEDIES. 

THREE COMEDIES. 

DIE VOGEL. 
Arlen, Harold. 

HOUSE OF FLOWERS. 
Arlin, Larry, pseud. SEE Gish, Mark F. 
Armistead, Jerry Dean. 

MANUSCRIPT TO LOG OF ENTHUSIASM. 

Armony, Isaac. 
THE FATHER. 

Armstron, John F., Jr. 

HATE AND/OR LOVE. 
Armstrong, George. 

CLASSICS FOR CONTEMPORARIES: OLD 
DRAMAS FOR NEW THEATERS. 

Armstrong, John. 

THE CANNIBAL EATERS. 
Armstrong, John, pseud. SEE Armstron, 

John F., Jr. 

Armstrong, Ronald MacKay. 
THE A-TABLE. 

Arnold, Alan H. 
CAMELLIA . 

Arnold, Genevieve K. 

LONG AGO IN BETHLEHEM. 

Arnold, John Hamilton. 

WHO'S AFRAID OF POSTER AND KLEISER. 

Aronson, Alvln. 
THE DELI. 
LAST RESORTS. 
Arrabal. 

THE ARCHITECT AND THE EMPEROR OF 
ASSYRIA. 
Arrighl, Mel. 

AN ORDINARY MAN. 

Arrowsmith, William. 
FOUR COMEDIES. 
THREE COMEDIES. 

Art Craft Play Co. 
HER ADORABLE IMP. 



Arthur, Candy. 

THERE' 11 BE A WHOLE NEW DAY. 



Arthur, William, pseud. SEE Papalardo, 
William Arthur. 

Artisan Productions, Inc. 
THAT TENDER TOUCH. 

Artmann, Hans Carl. 

KLEINERS TASCHENKUNSTSTUCKE FAST 
EINE CHINOISERIE. 

Ashley, Franklin B. 

THE IMPROBABLE MISSION. 

Ashton, Winifred. 

THE GOLDEN REIGN OF QUEEN 

ELIZABETH. (R) 
THE SAVIOURS. (R) 

Assin, Sally. 

THE BELLS. 
Assini, Chris. 

BIACK CHERRY SODA. 
Auden, Wystan H. 

MORALITATEN. 
Audication, Inc. 

CARD PUNCHING IBM 29- 

FORTRAN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 

LANGUAGE. 
KEYPUNCHING FOR STUDENT PROGRAMMERS. 

Austin, Ernest A. 

MOLLY'S MATING ANTICS. 
Authors League Fund, New York. 

CYPRIENNE (DIVORCONS) (R) 
Auto Tape Tours, Inc. 

DESCRIPTIVE TOUR OF GREAT SMOKY MOUN- 
TAINS NATIONAL PARK, CHEROKEE, 
NORTH CAROLINA TO GATLINBURG, 
TENNESSEE . 
DESCRIPTIVE TOUR OF GREAT SMOKY MOUN- 
TAINS NATIONAL PARK, SUGARLANDS 
VISITOR CENTER TO CHEROKEE, NORTH 
CAROLINA . 
DESCRIPTIVE TOUR OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN 
NATIONAL PARK, DEER RIDGE JUNCTION 
TO GRAND LAKE, COLORADO. 
DESCRIPTIVE TOUR OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN 
NATIONAL PARK, GRAND LAKE TO DEER 
RIDGE JUNCTION, COLORADO. 
GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN, CHEROKEE, N.C. 

TO GATLINBURG, TENN. 
GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN, GATLINBURG, 
TENN. TO CHEROKEE, N.C. 

Autrusseau, Jacqueline. 
LA GRANDE MURAILLE. 

Avron, Chalm. 

THE JOLLY PAUPER. 

Avron Pub. Co. 

THE JOLLY PAUPER. 

Awesome Display Junior. SEE McCoy, 
Larry. 



B 



Babe, Thomas J., Jr. 

A WINTER'S TALE IN GEORGIA. 
Baoal, Harvey. 

BARREL OF FUN. 

THE CREDIT GAME. 

MAKE CENTS. 

MUSIC CRITIC. 

Bacal, Jules. 
CHOICES . 

Bach, Muriel. 

MADAME, YOUR INFLUENCE IS SHOWING. 
Bacon, Ernst. 

A TREE ON THE PLAINS. 



fR^ 



Badrig, Robert Hogrogian. 

WITHOUT LOVE, WITHOUT HONOR. 
Bailey, Esther M. 

THE STONE WALL. 
Balties, Florence L. 

THEY CALL HIM SAM. 



Baird, James. 

THE EDGE OF THE MEADOW. 

Baker, Ellis. 

TIN WEDDING. (R) 

Baker, Mrs. James F. SEE Crossley, 

B. Alice. 
Baker, Katharine. 

THE KING WEARS NO CLOTHES. (R) 

Baker (Walter H.) Co. 
AND DWELT AMONG US. 
A DEVIL IN THE GRASS. 
THE GENERATION FLAP. 

ROADBLOCK. 
THAT STUPID CHRISTMAS PLAY. 
THE WINTER'S HARVEST. 

Baldwin, James. 
THE AMEN CORNER. 

Baldwin, John James, Jr. 
PINOCCHIO. 

Baldwin, Joseph B. 
THE FAMILY ROOM. 
A SKY OF FACES. 

Bale, John. 

KING JOHAN. 

Balf, Miriam. 

TWELVE AMERICAN PLAYS, I92O-I96O. 

Ball, Helen. 

U.S., THE GREATEST ROMANCE IN THE 
WORID. (R) 

Ballard, Lorlnda Wills. 

AND USHER IN THE MORNING. (Rl 

Baltrushat, Arthur G. 

HAPPY DEATHDAY. 
BanScki, Raymond. 

GAMES. 

Banks , Morton . 

JACK-ON-A-STRING. 

Bank son, Douglas. 
RESTHOME . 

Baptista, Aurea Maria. 
MIRACLE OF THE SUN. 

Baraka, Imamu, pseud. SEE Jones, 
Leroi. 

Barbe-Perrein, Marie Claude. 

UN SAMEDI, DEUX FEMMES. 
Barber, Benjamin R. 

DELLY'S ORACLE. 

THE PEOPLE'S HEART. 

Barbou, Elisabeth. SEE Baylor, Ellsa 
beth A. 

Barclay, Martha Thomson. 
NEMESIS. 

Bargy, Jeanne P. 
THE F. G. SHOW. 

Barkdull, Les. 

HANG- UP. 
Barlow, William P., Jr. 

THREE ON A SKI. 

Barnes, Dorothy Byers. 

THE VIRGIN'S NAME WAS MARY. 
Barnet, Sylvan. 
DOCTOR FAUSTUS. 
Barnet, Todd Williams. 

ROBERT AND ANYA. 
Baron, Howard. 

ONE MAN AND ANOTHER. 

Barrault, Jean Louis. 
RABELAIS. 

Barres, Oliver Morgan. 

DEAR DRAGON. 
Barrett, Edward J. 
SALES DYNAMICS. 

Barrett, Laura Grace. 
GARDEN OF PLEASURE. 

Barry, Ellen S. 

LIBERTY JONES. (R) 
PHILADELPHIA STORY. (R) 



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Barry, Julian. 

TAKE THAT. 
B6rry, Mae Howley. 

SECOND BLOOMING. (R) 

Barry, Peter. 

THE SHADOW. fRl 
Barry, Philip. 

LIBERTY JONES. (R) 
PHIIADELPHIA STORY. (R) 
Barry, Philip James. 

THE BROWNSVILLE RAID, 1916. 
Barsha, Tony. 
THE HAWK. 

Barth, April Knight. 

THE REHEARSAL. 
Barthelson, Joyce Holloway. 

GREENWICH VILLAGE, 1910. 

Bartlett, Richard A. 

FUMES. 
Bartlett, Richard H. 

CYCAD. 
Bartsoh, Irene Palasty. 

ICH LIEBE VIER FRAUEN. (R) 

Basayne, Eleanor. 

CINDERELLA AND THE PRINCE WHO LOVED 
BASEBALL. 
Basemore, Victoria. 

10-2 DOUBLE PLUS. 

Basile, Alfred C. 

GOOD TIMES ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY, BROWN- 
BROKERS, 1968. 

Bass, Leon. 
MAGENTA. 
Battslle, Kenneth. 

KENNETH DISCUSSES PERSONAL SERVICE TO 
CUSTOMERS . 
Batten, Joe. 

JOE BATTEN ON MANAGEMENT. 

Battls, Peter. 

THE SPIDER AND THE FOX. 
Battista, Frank S. 

GO IN SPIRITEK. 
Battlsti, Ida Mary. 

WHIFFLE THE TROUBLE SHOOTER. 

Bauer, Irv. 

YOUNG AND EAGER. 
Bauernfeind, Winfried. 

trAume. 

Baum, Edward. 

THE FALL AND RISE OF SANTA CLAUS. 

Bauman, Alois. SEE Bauman, Joseph A. 

Bauman, Joseph A. 
AFTERMATH . 

IN THE PROPHETS' YOKE. 
WITHIN BARBED WIRES. 

Bayer, Leo. 

GOODBYE SUNRISE HOUR. 

Baylor, Elisabeth A. 
BY GEMINI. 

Baylor, H. Murray. 

BY GEMINI. 

Beall, DeWitt T., Jr. 

BANANA MAN. 
Beam, Kay. 

THE DISCOVERY OF EASTER. 
Bean, Mary. 

AUNT CHARLOTTE. 
Bean, Muriel. 

AUNT CHARLOTTE. 

SAINT VERNON OP THE CREED OF AMERICAN- 
ISM. 



Beauchamp, 
Jr. 



SEE Beauchamp, Irving A., 



Beauchamp, Irving A., Jr. 
RAT BEACH. 

Beauchamp, Philip, pseud. 
Lettunich, Mateo. 

Beaumont, William. 
TURKISH DELIGHT. 



SEE 



Beaver, Walter S. 

HELP STAMP OUT PURITANS, 
Beavers, Ann. 

THE BRIDE WORE PINK. 

Beck, Dorothy Amelia. 
THE CASTING DIRECTOR. 

Beck, Julian. 

PARADISE NOW. 
Becker, Carl G. 

THE CASE AGAINST OLD MOTHER HUBBARD. 
Becker, Harry. 

BOOK BORROWERS. 

Becker, Randall W. 

ADAM DEODORANT COMMERCIAL NO.l. 

Becsl, Kurt. 

INTEGRALE TRILOGIE. 
Beem, Betty S. 

BETSY ON THE PHONE. 

Beem, Lew. 

QUALITY MOTIVATION. 
Behr, Hans Georg. 

ICH LIEBE DIE OPER. 

WERBUNG UM ANTIGONE. 

Behrens, Peggy B. 

CHAHMIN ' I N ' FARMIN ' . 
Behrman, S. N. 

THE PIRATE. (R) 
Beim, Norman. 

THE PRIVATE AGONY OF LEONARD COHN. 
THREE BLACK COMEDIES. 

Belknap, George N. 

TREASON, STRATAGEMS, AND SPOILS. 

Bell, Marlon Hobart, Jr. 
ABLUTION/ ABSOLUTION. 

Bell, Martin. 

WOOD AND NkllS AND COLORED EGGS. 
Bello, John P. 

THE SONG OF CYKENUS . 

Belsky, Mrs. Anthony. SEE Belsky, 
Margaret Shaw. 

Belsky, Margaret Shaw. 

BIMINI . 
Belson, Walter W. 

I SAY TO YOU. 

Benedettl, Aldo de. 
MUORI, AMOR MIO. 

Benedict, Stewart H. 
BAD GUY. 
DANCE OF LIFE. 
JUDGMENT DAY. 
NOT GUILTY. 
RED. 

Benjamin, pseud. SEE Goldstein, 

Benjamin. 
Benjamin & Pot, Inc. 
BEEN DERE. 

Benjamlnson, Robert Morris. 
PETER GLYNN. 

Bennett, Dorothy. SEE Hannah, Dorothy 
Bennett , 
Bentkover, Jacob. 
MAN OP MONTI CELLO. 
Bfentley, Eric. 
EDWARD II. 

Beolco, Angelo. 

RUZZANTE . 
Bercovici, Bernard S. 

JESSICA . 

Bercovici, Mrs. Bernard S. SEE 
Bercovici, Sidney W. 

Bercovici, Eric. 
WINTER RATES. 

Bercovici, Sidney W. 
JESSICA . 

Bercovltch, Reuben. 
WINTER RATES. 



Berenzowsky, Nicolal. 
SHIP SOUTH. (R) 

Berg, Barry. 

THE HORROR SHOW. 

Berger, Robert. 

THE TERRITORY AHEAD. 
Bergland Verlag. 

INTEGRALE TRILOGIE. 

Bergman, Hjalmar. 
FOUR PLAYS. 

Bergman, Stina. 
FOUR PLAYS. 

Berkey, Gene Jeno. 
I MARRY, MY HUSBAND. 

Berman, Elaine. 
ARTS. 

Bernard, Kenneth. 
THE PANEL. 

Bernstein, Samuel J. 

A SOMEWHAT PRIVATE AFFAIR. 

WELL? STILLWELL . 
Berry, Sylvia. 

THE ACCIDENT AT COLUMBIA LAW. 

Bershen, Wanda. 

GROWING UP INDIAN. 

Bertsehi, Otto. 

EN ANDELIG OEDAGELSE OG DENS 
BETYDNING. 
LA PERCEE SCIENTIFIQUE DANS lA 
RELIGION. 

DET VETENSKAPLIGA GENOMBROTTET INOM 

RELIGIONEN. 
WHY CHANGE. 

Betken, William T. 
AMLETH. 
GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM. 

Betries, Joyce M. 
THE GIFT. 
SENIOR CITIZEN. 
UNDERCURRENTS . 

Bettenbender, John. 

MAN OF LA MANCHA. 
Bex, Nicole. 

LA PERCEE SCIEKTIFIQUE DANS LA 
RELIGION. 

Bianco, Joseph R. 

ALL THE GREEN BRUISED RICE. 
Blddle, Francis. 

THE TRIAL OF WILLIAM PENN. 

Blddle, Katherlne. 

THE TRIAL OF WILLIAM PENN. 

Bierman, James H. 
SCAPIN. 

Biesantz, Barbara Sylvia Yanacopoulos. 
ONE NIGHT IN SPRING. (R) 

Billings, Gary 0. 

BILLINGS ORGAN COURSE, PROGRAMMED 
ORGAN INSTRUCTION. 

Billings, Joseph H. 
RICH. 

Billings, Zeb. SEE Billings, Gary 0. 
Billings (Zeb) Music Pub. Co. 

FIVE MINUTE SAMPLE LESSON. 
Bilton, Elizabeth. 

PATIENTS' PATIENCE. 

Binns, Carmelle. 

THE PEOPLE REJOICE. 

Bisig, Gary A. 
FLOWRCOTTS EVE. 
SOMETHING SOMETHING. 
Bittenbender, Neil James. 

MAGIC AND ANGEL WINGS. 
Black, Algernon D. 
THE EAGLE'S FEATHER. 
FREE AT LAST. 



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Black, Algernon. -Con. 

THE LITTLE JUGGLER. 

THE MAGIC TOUCH. 

THE OLD BLACK KETTLE. 

A RUSSIAN TALE. 
Black, Brian. 
Blackman, Charles. 

FORM AND FANTASY IN MUSIC. 

Blackwell, Vera. 
THE MEMORANDUM. 

Blair, Dale. 

SUICIDE EXHIBITION. 

Blalsdell Pub. Co. 
CYMBELINE. 
THE TRAGEDY OF KING RICHARD THE 

THIRD. 
THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. 

Blake, Benjamin S., III. SEE 
Blake Films . 

Blake, Elizabeth. 
THE MAN NOBODY SAW. 

Blake, VJilliam Dorsey. 

ANGEL, GO HOME. 
Biake Films. 

DELIGHT OF WINTER. 
Bland, Joellen. 

WELCOME TOMORROW. 

Blayney, Llndsey S., III. 
THE REFUGEE. 

Blecker, Robert Ira. 

THE LEDGE. 
Blitzstein, Marc. 

NIGHT SHIFT. (R) 

Bloch (Felix) Erben. 

HOCHZEITSNACHT IM FARAD lES. 
ICH BKAUCHE DICE. 

NACHTE IN SHANGHAI. 
NEBEL. 
DIE PERLE VON TOKAY. 

PHILINE. 

Blockson, Susan J. 

GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY. 

Blohm, Gary. 

THAT OLD GANG OF MINE. 
Bloom, Howard . 

LAX AND BLOOM ACT. 

Blossner, Ben. 
MUST BE A UNION. 

Blunt, B. L. 

THE WAY OF THE WORLD. 

Blunt, Jerry. SEE Blunt, B. L. 

Boardman, True . 

THE HOUSE OF LIFE. 

Bobb, Sydney Ralph. 
PRODIGALS CROSSING. 

Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc. 

ARMS AND THE MAN. 

THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR. 
Bobriek, Sam. 

NORMIE. 

B/ckmann, BJarne V. 

HVA KAN MAN STOLE PA. 

Boka Productions, Ltd. 

ICHABOD . 
Bok&y, Johann von. 

ICH LIEBE VIER FRAUEN. (R) 

Boland, Clay A., Jr. 

AH EVENING WITH HUCKLEBERRY FINN. 
Boles, Maurine M. 

ZOTOM'S SKETCHBOOK. 

Bolles, Joshua K. 
ONE MAN'S PASSAGE. 

Bolzoni, Adrlano. 

EL CHE GUEVARA. 
Bombshell-Audio Productions. 

THE DAY THEY DROPPED THE BOMB. 
Bond, Raleigh. 

LAZARILLO. 



DRAMAS 



Boneske, Lucille S. 

LONESOME TRUMPET. 
BooSSy & Havikss, Ltd. 

PETER GRIMES. 
Boretz, Alvin. 

THE LEGEND OF SAINT NICHOLAS. 
Borget, Arnold J. 

THE AEROSOL GANG. 
Bornet, Fred. 

A TASTE OF SULFUR. 

Bernstein, Jack. 
WISEMEN AND FOOLS. 

Bornsteln, Ruth Green. 

PAPA AND SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE RACES. 
Bosse-Sporleder, Maria. 
MORAL ITATEN. 

Bote & Bock. 

trKume. 

Bourgois, Christian. 

EVA PERON. 
Bowen-Davlfeg, Olwen. 

THE GOLDEN REIGN OF QUEEN 
ELIZABETH. (R) 
THE SAVIOURS. (R) 

Box, pseud. SEE Pasterczyk, Edward. 

Box Film Co. 
THE BOX. 

Boyd, James . 

THE FREE COMPANY PRESENTS. (R) 

Boyd, Katherine L. 

THE FREE COMPANY PRESENTS. (R) 

Boyer, Leonard. 

A LADY OF THE OLD SCHOOL. 

Boykln, Edward. 

HAY-FOOT, STRAW FOOT. (R) 

Boylan, Daniel Joseph Tobias. 

IF I HAD MY WHOLE LIFE TO LIVE OVER 
AGAIN, I WOULD GIVE THE PART TO 
AN UNDERSTUDY. 

Boyle, Donald R. 
THE BIG GAME. 

Boyle, Raymond M. 

CONFLICT OP INTERESTS. 

Bradford, Benjamin. 

A GAME OF KINGS AND QUEENS. 
A HIGH STRUCTURE PALLS FARTHER. 
INSTRUCTIONS FOR A SAND CASTLE. 

Bradlees, Inc. 

JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, BIRTH- 
DAY PRESENT. 
JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, MOVIE 
STARS. 

JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, PAINTER. 
JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, SILI- 
CONE COVER. 
JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, SMARTY 

PANTS. 
JACK BENNY RADIO COMMERCIALS, 
STOCKINGS. 
Bradley, Edward. 

RIO RICO, (r) 
Bradley, Roderick P. 
SUMMER INTERLUDE. 

Brady, Bee. 

WHAT A BROOCH WILL BUY. 

Brahms , Caryl . 
MASTER OTLL. 

Brainerd, Grace. 

THE LONG HAIR REFUGEE. 
THE NEW BRIDE. 

Brand, Joy E. 

MOONLIGHT AND ROSY. 

Brand t , Lou . 
REFLECTIONS . 
Brandwen, Bruce. 

YOUR FASHION CHOICE. 

Brasloff, Stanley H. 
TOYS. 



Jan.-June 



Braswell, Don Merton. 

THE PRINCESS TRAVELS. 
Brawley, James . 

CLIMBING JACOB'S LADDER. 

Brazee, A. Laurie. 

NO. 10 DOWNING STREET. (R) 

Brecht, Eugen Berthold Friedrich. 

EDWARD II. 

THE GOOD WOMAN OF SETZUAN. 
Breen, Bud . 

THE WEST AS IT NEVER WAS. 

Bremer, Rudolf, pseud. SEE 
Gossmann, Hanswalter. 

Brennan, Blythe Morley. 
THE TROJAN HORSE. (R) 

Brent (Michael) Publications. 
THE LEGEND OP TWELVE MOONS. 

Brewer, Gary R. 

THERE'LL BE A WHOLE NEW DAY. 

Brewer, Stephen C. 

THERE'LL BE A WHOLE NEW DAY. 

Brighouse, Barbara. 
GOLDEN RAY. (R) 

LONDON FRONT. (R ) 
Brighouse, Harold. 

GOLDEN RAY. (R) 

LONDON FRONT. (R) 
Brinckerhoff, Burton. 

THE MEETING GROUND. 
Brinkley, John. 

END OF THE WHAT. 
Bristow, Eugene K. 

FIVE PLAYS OF ALEXANDER OSTROVSKY. 
Britten, Benj'amin. 

THE PRODIGAL SON. 
Britton, Gary, pseud. SEE Bisig, 

Gary A. 

Britton-Czukor, Theodore. 
CINDY WAS A BITCH. 

Bro, Andrew. 
P.K. 

Broadhurst, Iva. 

GREEK (A) LOSES HIS DOG. (R) 



Broadhurst, Thomas. 

GREEK (A) LOSES HIS DOG. 



(R) 



Brockett, Joseph. 

THE DECLINE AND FALL OF ABSOLUTELY 
EVERYTHING. 

Bronson, Dudley. 
LEFTOVERS. (R) 

Brook, Eugene. 
DEVOTION. 

Brook, Eugene, pseud. SEE Mayer, J. R. 

Brook, Gina Knee. 

MONKEY IN THE MIRROR. (R) 
Brooke, William. 

STOP 13: THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & 
MARY. 

Brooks, Howard. 

THE SCHOONER BAY CAPER. 

Brooks, Mel. 

THE TWELVE CHAIRS. 

Brossard, Jean Frederic. 
HAMLET DES FAUBOURGS. 

Browder, Clifford H. 

MR. MORRISON AND THE MOON MAN. 
Brown, Beverly. 

JUNIOR HIGH MATH MARATHON. 

Brown , Forman . 
THE GREAT WALTZ. 

Brown, George Wallace. 

THE CHILDREN OF JOYCE AND EDDY. 

Brown, Luclle. 
AINSLEY HOUSE. 

ALFRED AND SHEILA IN THE MOUNTAINS. 
ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 
ELAINE. 



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JACK AND Jlli. 
THE NIGHTINGALE. 
Browrij Oscar C, Jr. 
BIG TIME BUI3C WHITE. 

Brown, Mrs. Ralph L. SEE Kennedy, 
Lucy. 

Brown, Robert M. 

A GIFT FOR YOUR BIRTHDAY. 

Brown, Shirley G. 

KIMMY'S CHRISTMAS SURPRISE. 

A PRESENT FOR BETSY. 

SCHNITZEL, SCHNOTZEL & SCHNOOTZEL. 

SHOEMAKER & THE ELVES. 

Brown, Stephen Mark. 

AN EVENING WITH HUCKLEBERRY FINN. 

Browne, Gerald A. 
JAISY. 

LOVE'S ANY COLOR YOU WANT. 
PHILANA. 

Bruestle, Beaumont Schrader. 
WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE. 

Bruner, Richard W. 

GROWING UP INDIAN. 
Bryan, Robert S. 

GO BUILD ME A TOWER. 

Bryan- Jones, Noel D. 

DIGS A MANAKABALIN AMIN ARAMIDENNA TI 

TAO A NAGBALLIGI. 
GIHAGAWA HG OMNIPOTENTENG DIYOS ANG 

TAO NA MATAGUMPAY. 
KHWAM MI 'AMNAT THUKYANG KHQNG 
PHRA(5hA0 THAM HAI MANUT phop 
KHWAM Ml CHAICHANA. 
THE SCIENCE OF BEING UNAFRAID. 

Bucci, Mark. 

THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE. 

Buck, pseud. ^ SEE Buckley, Daniel. 

Buck, Raymond J., Jr. 

OVER THE CANDLESTICK. 
Buckles, Stanley Jackson. 

DRUMS AND BANNERS. 

HEAVEN, ILLINOIS. 

Buckley, Daniel. 

THE LOUD MOUTHS. 
Buckley, David. SEE Buckley, Daniel. 

Buckley, Thomas W. 
PROPHECY IN ISRAEL. 

Bucks, Joan. SEE Hansen, Joan Bucks. 

Buhnen- und Musikverlage, Dr. Hans C. 
Slkorski, K.G. 
KKPT'N BAY- bay. 

Buitenen, J. A. B. van. SEE Van 
Buitenen, J. A. B. 

Bullard, John. 
DAMN SAM. 

Buller, Joseph Gordon. 

AN INTRODUCTORY LECTURE ON COMMUNICA- 
TION. 
Bulllns, Ed. 
THE DUPLEX. 
NIGHT OF THE BEAST. 

Bureau of Safety, Chicago. 

SIGNS OF SAFETY. 
Burgos, Margaret Ann. 

THE KEY. 
Burke, Gregory. 

THE LIFE OF RIMBAUD. 
Bur nap, Raymond W. 

STRESS PREVENTION THROUGH HYPNO- 
CYBERHETICS. 

Burns, Betty Irene. 

THE HONORABLE YOUNG MAN. 

Burns, James B. 
THE SHY GIRL. 
Burns, Kenneth C. 

TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. 



Burr, John Roy. 

A NEW MORALITY FOR AMERICA. 

Burrell, Thomas J. 
LAW AND ORDER. 

Burrls, Nelda M. 

BOOKS, PEOPLE AND LOVE. 

Burton, Nat. 

THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER. (R) 

Burton, Nat, pseud. SEE Schwartz, Nat. 
Bus-Fekete, Ladislaus. 

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. fRl 

Busceml, G. B. 

GALACTIC PATROL. 
Bush, A. Macy. 

WHOM THE GODS WOULD DESTROY. 

Bush, Geoffrey. 

A CELEBRATION FOR WILLIAM JENNINGS 
BRYAN. 
THE FUN WAR. 

Bush, Hiram J. 

THE FAUSTRATION OF SATAN. 
Bush, Robert J. 

THE FAUSTRATION OF SATAN. 
Bussottl, Sylvano. 

I SETTE PECCATI. 
Bustard, Miss Noel Hamilton. 

IS IT CHRISTMAS ALREADY. 

IT'S SOMEBODY'S BIRTHDAY TODAY. 
LITTLE PATCH MAKES HIS VERY FIRST 
VISIT. 

Butler, Franc ell a. 

LEFT ABOUT FACE. 
Butler, Joe. 

WAR GAMES. 

Butler, Robert Olen. 

BETTER IS THE DAY OP DEATH. 

Butsoh, Charlotte. 

SECRETARIAL PRACTICE LECTURE. 

Butterbaugh, Herbert Urson. 
AUCTION NUMBER DRILLS. 

Buttltta, Anthony. 

CASANOVA IN THE COWSHED. 
LITTLE WHITE LIES. 
TWO ACTS & A COMEDY. 

Buzzati, Dino. 
UN CASO CLINICO. 

Byrd, Helen B. 

THE DRAGON'S SECREH'. 
Byrd, Shirley B. 

THE DRAGON'S SECRET. 



Cabridens, Marcel. 

VIENNE CHANTE ET DANSE. 
Calder (John) (Publishers) Ltd. 

PLAYS, VOLUME V. 
Calderwood, James L. 

FORMS OF DRAMA. 
Caldwell, Ben. 
FAMILY PORTRAIT. 
THE KING OF SOUL. 

Caldwell, Mary E. 

THE NIGHT OF THE STAR. 

California Theatrical Properties. 
DESMOND POSTULATE. 

THANK YOU AND GOOD NIGHT, GENTILES 
AND LADLEMAN. 
Call, Val. 

HEIDI. 
Calloway, De Elda. 
THREE TIERS. 
Callwood, Janice. 
ISLAND PRADISE. 
Calzabigl, Ranieri De'. 
ORPHEUS. (R) 



Cameron, Ben, pseud. SEE Goldenberg, 
Benjamin C. 

Cameron, James C. 

OF COURAGE UNDAUNTED. 

Campbell, Jack K. 
THE BATON. 

Campbell, Robert E. 
THE PARLOR GAME. 

Campbell, William Robert, III. 
FUTURE UNLIMITED. 

Campi, Ray. 

THE WEST AS IT NEVER WAS. 

Cannon, Melissa A. 

WHAT'S THERE TO FIND. 

Cannon, Robert Eugene. 

THE ANTHEAP. 
Capital Enterprises, Inc. 
BLUEPRINT FOR LIVING. 
IMAGINATION AND CREATIVITY. 
INTRODUCTION TO MATTHEW ARNOLD'S 
SWEETNESS AND LIGHT. 
INTRODUCTION TO RALPH WALDO EMERSON'S 

SELF-RELIANCE. 
INTRODUCTION TO THE AMERICAN ACADEMY 

OF HUMANISTIC STUDIES. 
MEMORY. 

MEMORY EXERCISES. 
THE RATIONAL MIND. 
THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND. 
Capote, Trufflan. 
HOUSE OF FLOWERS. 

Cappon, John A. 

THE RIDDLE OF RODO. 

Caramico, Robert. 
THAT TENDER TOUCH. 

Carl, Francis, pseud. SEE Wise, 
Carl F. 

Carlson, Harry G. 
THE NOBLE FOOL. 

Carmichael, H. Kenn. 

AT THE CROSS: THE JERUSALEM CYCLE. 

Carney, Otis. 

THE GREEN RIVER RENDEZVOUS, 1968. 

Carocci, Renato. 

THE RITE OF INITIATION. 
Carpenter, Fred. 

INNER RIOT. 
Carpenter, William E. 
THE ART OF DRAMA. 
THE ART OF MODERN DRAMA. 

Carpetto, George. 

THE DEVIL, SAINT PETER, AND THOMAS 
JASON. 

Carpetto, Marie. 

THE DEVIL, SAINT PETER, AND THOMAS 
JASON . 

Carr, Charles M. 

COMMENT LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE PEUT 
VOUS AIDER. 

Carr, Elly. SEE Rakowltz, Eleanor 
Carr. 

Carr, Gwen B. 

FAST READING FOR SUCCESS. 

Carr, James Edward. 

THE THEOLILOGY. 
Carrillo, Marie. 

YOUR IMAGE, THE MIND AND YOU. 

Carroll, Claire. 

THE HEART'S THE THING. 

Carroll, Gerry. 

BRUCE. 
Carroll, Lewis, pseud. SEE Dodgson, 

Charles Lutwidge. 

Carter, Arthur James. 
A LETTER FROM VIETNAM. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



Carter, Arthur Philip. 
EAR MUFFS IN JULY. 

Cartwrlght, Leslie. 

FEET UNDER THE TABLE. 

Caruso, Joseph S. 

A CRY FOR HELP. 
Cary, Joyce. 

MISTER JOHNSON. 

Casale, Michael H., Jr. 

A LIFE IN THE DAY OF SYMMETRY. 
Cass J Josephine Young. 

THIRTEEN PLAYS PRESENTED AT CHRISTMAS 
IN THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSE, COLGATE 
UNIVERSITY. 
Cashen, L. Z. 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. 
Cass, Douglas S. 

BEETHOVEN DIED, BLACK AND PROUD. 
Cassolas, Constantine. 

BUT IT IS NOTHING. 

Castle, Margery Sharp. 
LADY IN WAITING. (R) 

Catslffj Oscar. 
THE FROG PRINCE. 

Catton, Marlene M. 

DANNY'S DENTAL DAYDREAM. 

Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc. 
COWBOY SUIT. 

LIVING THE LIFE OF RILEY. 
Cedrone, Clara. 
THE HAPPY WHORE. 
IF. 

THAT'S ONE OF MY MOTHER'S JOKES. 
WAY OFF BROADWAY. 

Celllno, Maria Elena. 
MAX A. MILLION. 

Central States Auction School, Inc. 
AUCTION NUMBER DRILLS. 

Cervantes, Madolin. 
TO BE OR NOT TO BE. 

Cessna, Ralph W. 

THE WAY TO HEALING. 
Champagne, 

Gilles. 

Champagne, Gilles. 
A LAND OF DREAMS. 
Chfelnpagnej Michael David. 
AT LAST OLYMPUS. 

Chandler, Sydney, pseud. SEE Septant, 
June. 

Channel Music Co. 

BEN COLDER 'S HISTORY BOOK. 
Chanska, Koukou. 
LA MERE. 

LA METAPHYSIQUE D'UN VEAU A DEUX 
TETES. 
Chapman, Tedwell. 
THE CROWDED BED. 
Chappell fc Co., Inc. 
THE FROG PRINCE. 
Chappen, Edward P. 

FREUD'S UNACKNOWLEDGED DEBT TO PLATO. 

Charity, Elaine, pseud. SEE Etheridge, 
Thelma E. 

Charney, Maurice. 

THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR. 
Charnin, Martin. 

BALLAD FOR A FIRING SQUAD. 
Charpier, Jacques. 

CORNEITJ.E . 
Chase, Olive. 
COUNTERCRIME. 

Chatfield, Don. 

THE CONTRACT. 
Chavez, Frank G. 

THE HAUNTED HOUSE. 
Chekhov, Anton. 

THE MARRIAGE PROPOSAL. 

THE SEAGULL. 



Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich. 
FOUR PLAYS BY CHEKHOV. 
TONIGHT : CHEKHOV 



Champ. SEE Champagne, 



THREE WOMEN. 
Cheney, Clayton. 

AH, MOON OF MY DELIGHT. 
Cheney, Donald. 

THE CCMIC THEATRE. 
Chenoweth, Okey E., Jr. 
SKETCHES OF TODAY. 

Cherrin, Vladimer. 
THE SKI GOD. 

Cherry, Paul. 

A PARK IS h PEOPLE. 

Cheyne, Edna M. 

EXPECT A MIRACLE. 
Chla, Jack T. 

DAD, YOU AREN'T KESTENING. 
Chicago Bar Assn. 
DOCK-ET TO ME. 

Chichester, Edward P. 
DAMN SAM. 

Childs, James E., Jr. 

THE PUPPET. 
Chisholm, William P. 

UNFAITHFULLY YOURS. (R) 
Chodorov, Jerome. 

THE GREAT WALTZ. 

Chorafa, Maria. 

BUT IT IS NOTHING. 
Christiansen, Stlg. 

EN ANDELIG OPDAGELSE OG DENS 
BETYDNING. 

Clapp, C. Barton. 
MOSES i MOSES. 

Clare, Paul P. 

TELEGRAPH HILL. 
Clark, Donna Ramsey. 

DADDY, PLEASE DON'T SAY GOOD-BYE. 
Clark, Gene Emmet. 

HOW TO ACHIEVE WHAT YOU DESIRE. 
LET'S TALK ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS. 
THE POWER OF MEDITATION. 
YOUR GREATEST POWER. 
Clark, James W. 

A PRESSING PROBLEM. 
Clark, Lesley. 

HEART OF A CITY. (R ) 
Clark, Robert. 

TUNE IN TONIGHT. fR) 
Clark, Ronald. 
NORMIE. 

Clarke, Aloysius Roland. 
FOUR CORNERS. 
Clarke, Robin. 

A DIFFERENT DRUMMER. 

Classic Text Tapes. 

THE ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO. 
THE ELEPHANT'S CHILD. 
FICTION AND FANTASY. 
THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW. 

Claude 1, Paul. 

HISTOIRE DE TOBIE ET DE SARA. (R) 

Claudel, Mme. Paul. SEE Claudel, 
Peine Sainte Marie Perrin. 

Claudel, Peine Sainte Marie Perrin. 
HISTOIRE DE TOBIE ET DE SARA. (R) 

Claudy, Carl H. 

TO ENTERTAIN STRANGERS. (R) 
Claudy, Carl H., Jr. 

TO ENTERTAIN STRANGERS. (Rl 
Clay, Don. 

10-2 DOUBLE PLUS. 

Clayton, Stanley. 
COUNTERCRIME. 

Cleokler, Lewis Gordon. 
COTTONWOOD BRIDGE. 

SHUT THE DAMN DOOR. 



Clfemenfi, Samuel Langhorns. 

AN EVENING WITH HUCKLEBERRY FINN. 
THE INFANCY OP THE TELEPHONE. 
THE JUMPING FROG OF CALAVERAS 
COUNTY. 

Cliff e, Cedrlc. 

UNDER WESTERN EYES. 
Climenhaga, Joel. 
NIGHT'S END. 

Clymire, Robert. 

LINCOLN KILLED KENNEDY. 
THE LOPSIDED SWORD OF CYRANO. 
PRINCE KEVIN'S MAGIC TOUCH. 

Cobln, Harold. 

SKATERS ON THE SAHARA. 

Coch, Angel. 

ONE NIGHT IN SPRING. (R) 

Cochrane, Louise Morley. 
THE TROJAN HORSE. (R) 

Cocteau, Jean. 
LA VOCE UMANA. 

Cohen, Larry. 

DADDY'S GONE A-HUNTING. 

Cohen, Leo K. 
SAUL. 

Cohen, Saul. 

CROSS AND COCKADE. 
Cohn, Ruby. 

CLASSICS FOR CONTEMPORARIES: OLD 
DRAMAS FOR NEW THEATERS. 

Coldrey, Albert George Jeffery. 
FUSSIN' AND FEUDIN'. 

Coleman, George C, Jr. 

YOUR DAUGHTER, SIR, 'S A WINSOME 
LASS. 

Coleman, Wanda Evans. 

BLACK GIRL IN SEARCH OF GOD. 
Colin Group, Inc. 

BIGHORNS. 

HOME TO OAK CREEK. 

WHITE WATER. 

THE WILD PONIES OF CHINCOTEAGUE. 
Collette, Denise. 

THE CAFE OP BROKEN WINGS. 

Collins, John Lincoln. 

HOW TO PLAY BY EAR. 
Collins, Wllkie. 

THE MOONSTONE. (R ) 

Collodi, Carlo, pseud. SEE Lorenzini, 

Carlo. 
Coltman, Robert. 

TALKING GARDEN OF EDEN. 

Colum, Padralc. 
BALLOON. (R) 
Columbia University Press. 
TWO PLAYS OF ANCIENT INDIA. 

Colwell, Virginia Claudette. 
THE FUNERAL PARTY. 

Comer, Bruce. 
WILLO. 

Comfry, Arthur. 

E = MCg. 
Concept Pub. Corp. 
BEAUTY FASHION. 

Conely, James H., Jr. 
MOSES 1 MOSES. 

Congreve, Will lam. 

THE WAY OF THE WORLD. 
Conner, Cecil C. 

ELECTRICAL ENERGY, GRAVITATION, THE 
ETHER AND TIME. 
Connolly, Cyril. 

THE UBU PLAYS. 

Conrad, Joseph. 

THE SECRET SHARER. 
UNDER WESTERN EYES. 



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Oonstanduros, Denis. 

SHORT AMD SWEET. (R) 
ConfetanduroSj Mabel. 

MR. AM) MRS. SPARKS. (R) 

SHORT AND SWEET. (R) 
Constanduros, Michael. 

MR. Aim MRS. SPARKS. (R) 

SHORT AMD SWEET. (R) 

Conway, Preston, pseud. SEE George, 

Charles. 
Cook, Richard C. 

KATHARINE HEPBURN IS MY MOTHER. 
Cook, Whitfield. 

MAN'S ESTATE. 
Cook, Bake & Broil Corp. 

THE COOKING OF FRANCE. 

Cooke, Frank E. 
EL CANON PERDIDO. 

Cooper, Doug. SEE Channel Music Co. 
Coopersmlthj Jerome. 

BALLAD FOR A FIRING SQUAD. 

Copage, John E. 

ADVENTURES OF LITTLE DIEGO. 

Copage, John Eddy. 
MAX A. MILLION. 

Cope, Edward B. 
SMART ASSETS. 

Copi, pseud. SEE; 

Da-Tionte, Raul Natallo. 
Daraonte, Raul Natalio de. 

Corbin, Richard. 

TWELVE AMERICAN PLAYS, I92O-I96O. 

Corelll, Marie. 
THELMA. (R) 

Corle, Edwin. 
SOLITAIRE, (R) 
Cornellle, Pierre. 
CORNEILLE. 
SEVEN PLAYS. 

Cornwell, Jack H. 

ABRACADAVER. 
Coronet Instructional Films. 

GOOD HEALTH HABITS. 

LEARNING ABOUT CONSERVATION. 

SEEING CHINA. 

SEEING INDIA. 

Cortesi, Lawrence. 
HER ADORABLE IMP. 

Corwin, Norman. 

MY CLIENT CURLEY. (R) 
MY FRIEND CURLEY. (R) 
THIRTEEN. (R) 

Coryell, Pierce Allen. 

WHO'S A HERO. 
Cosby, William H., Jr. 
IT'S TRUE, IT'S TRUE. 

Cosmatos, Birgitta Ljungberg. 

ONE DAY IT WILL BEGIN TO RAIN AND 
RAIN AND RAIN AND RAIN. 

Cosmatos, George Pan. 
A NICE PLACE TO DIE. 
ONE DAY IT WILL BEGIN TO RAIN AND 
RAIN AND RAIN AND RAIN. 
Coster, Nicolas. 
THE SEARCHERS. 
CotugnOj Vincent. 

THEY KNOW NOT WHAT THEY DO. 

Cowen, Ron . 
SUMMERTREE. 

Cox & Tanz, Inc. 

CARR FORD. 

CHERRY HILL CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH. 
Cratbe, George. 

PETER GRIMES. 

Craig, William R. 

THE TEMPERING OF JOHN AEVAD. 
Crane, Sylvia G. 

THE LAST OF THE GREAT TYCOONS. 
Crawford, Jack N. 
THE GROWING SEASON. 



Crehore, Thomas. 
SALTFLOWERS . 

Crehore, Thomas Oliver. 

THE ONE THAT DOESN'T HAVE A TITLE IS 
THE ONLY ONE TO HAVE. 
Crimmins, Edward C. 

COPS & ROBBERS. 
Crimmins, Regina Sheridan. 

COPS & ROBBERS. 

Croramelynck, Pernand. 
THEATRE III. 
Cronipton, Louis. 
ARMS AND THE MAN. 

Crosby, Edward. 

HERCULES AND THE STABLES OF AUGEIAS . 

Cross, Fletcher, pseud. SEE Porter, 
Fannie C. 

Crossley, B. Alice. 

THIRTY PLAYS FOR CLASSROOM READING. 

Crowley, Steve . 
ITHACA. 

Cruickshank, Allan. 
JACK-ON-A-STRING . 

Cultural History Rasearch, Inc. 
THE ALAMO, SAN JACINTO, AND THE 

REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. 
THE ASSASSINATION OF LINCOLN. 
CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, AND NEW MEXICO, 

A REGIONAL HISTORY. 
CCMIODORE PERRY IN JAPAN. 
THE DISCOVERY OP GOLD. 
FULTON'S FOLLY. 

JOHN BROWN'S RAID ON HARPER'S FERRY. 
LEWIS & CLARK. 

THE LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATES & 
LINCOLN'S FIRST INAUGURAL. 

THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE. 
MONROE rOCTRINE. 
MORSE AND THE TELEGRAPH. 
NEW ENGLAND, A REGIONAL" HISTORY. 

THE FLIGHT OF CHARLES A. LINDBERGH. 

THE PANAMA CANAL. 

THE PURCHASE OF ALASKA. 

THE SURRENDER AT APPOMATTOX. 

WORLD WAR I ARMISTICE. 

Cunnyngham, Phyllis. 
NO BAGELS IN BROOKLYN. 

Cuomo, Jim. 
THE DOVES. 

Cur ley, Daniel. 
NON-STOP DAILY. 
Curtis, Grace Bemis. 
LOVING TO LIVE. 

Curtis, Paul J. 
TWO MIME PLAYS. 

Cushing, Catherine Chisholm. 

UNFAITHFULLY YOURS. (R) 
Cushing, Tom. 

GRIN AND BARE IT. 
Cycad Co. 

CYCAD. 

Czukor, Theodore Britton-. SEE 
Brit ton- Czukor, Theodore. 



D 



Damar, Richard, pseud. 

THE PLAN TO BRING HAPPINESS TO OLIVE 

AND GRAND. 
A SONG FOR SADNESS AND FOR JOY. 
Damon, Janet. 

ONCE UPON A TIME. 

Damonte, Raul Natalio. 

EVA PERON. 
Damonte, Raul Natalio de. 

EVA PERON. 
Dana, Charles, pseud. SEE Hinckley, 

Frederick R., Jr. 

Dana, Gus, pseud. SEE Danilowski, 

Gustave . 
Dane, Clemence, pseud. SEE Ashton, 

Winifred. 
Daniels, Mary Louise. 

AND SOMEIHIMES Y AND W. 
Danilowski, Gustave. 

THE GOING THERE. 
Danska, Herbert. 

THE MINIMAID AND THE DEMIGOD. 
Dard, Frederic. 

LA DAME DE CHICAGO. 
Daughters of the American Revolution. 

Texas. General Levi Casey Chapter, 

NATURAIJZATION PROGRAM, UNITED STATES 
DISTRICT COURT, JUDGE T. WHITFIELD 
DAVIDSON, NOVEMBER 20, I968. 
Davidson, Caroline F. 

LEARN, BABY, LEARN. 
Davidson, Carson. 

LIKE AMOROUS BIRDS OP PREY. 
Davidson, James Albert. 

NOTES ON BARK PAINTINGS. 
Davidson, William F. 

LEARN, BABY, LEARN. 

Davies, 01 wen Bowen-. SEE Bowen-Davies, 

Olwen. 
Davis, Allen, III. 

THE RAG DOLL. 

Davis, Edward. 
NIGHT SHIFT. (R) 

Davis, Josephine. 
NIGHT SHIFT. (R) 

Davis, Paul. 

SEE HOW THEY RUN. 

Davis, Pierce. 
ITHACA. 

Davis, R. G. 

THE FARCE OF PATELIN. 

Davis, Ronald. 

COUNTDOWN TO SURVIVAL. 

Davison, Jon F. 
THE GROUPIES. 

Dawson, David J. 

THE HOUSE OF HATRED. 

Dawson, Joan Taylor. 
RAMUNTCHO. (R) 

Dealtrey, William T. 
THE BAR. 

Dean, Lois. 

UNCLE SAM, THE REAL MAN. 

Dean, Lois Haupt. 

SIX SKITS AND A MONOLOGUE. 

De Angeli, Arthur Craig. 

THE DOOR IN THE WALL. 
De Angeli, Marguerite. 

THE DOOR IN THE WALL. 



De Benedettl, Aldo. 
Aldo de. 



SEE Benedetti, 



Dabadie, Jean Loup. 
LA. FAMILLE ECARLATE. 

Dallenbach, Walter. 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. 

Dalton, Eoque. 

THE DAETONS RIDE AGAIN. 



De Blanc, Lee. 

AN HISTORICAL MOMENT. 
De Blasi, Richard P. 
LENNY'S LOSS. 

De' Calzabigl, Ranieri. 

Ranieri De ' . 
DeChaby, Darrel E. 
NO APOLOGY. 



SEE Calzablgi, 



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Jan.-June 



Decker, Hermine Duthle. 
BURY THE ROOTS DEEP. 

De Damonte, Raul Natalio. SEE 

Damonte, Raul Natalio de. 
Dee, Peter. 

A DEVIL IN TEE GRASS. 

De Evrard, Robert. SEE Evrard, 
Robert de. 

De Felice, Thomas. 
Q189/2B. 

Dekavallas, Emmanuel. 

THE VOICES OF THE MARBRES . 

De Kock, Charles Paul. SEE Kock, 
Charles Paul de. 

Delainey, Victor, pseud. SEE MacDonald, 

James, 
DeLeonibus, Nancy. 

INNER RIOT. 

Dell Pub. Co., Inc. 
MAN OF LA MANCHA. 

Delia Rocca, Salvatore I. 

THE ADVENTURES OF FLEX AND SPRINGY 
MOONGLOW. 

Delia Rocca, Vincent J. 

THE ADVENTURES OP FLEX AND SPRINGY 
MOONGLOW. 

De Matteo, Donna. 

THE BARBEOUE PIT. 
De Maupassant, Guy. SEE Maupassant, 

Henri Rene Albert Guy de. 
De Miskey, Julian. 

MAN, YOU GOT TO LOVE. 
Denison (T. S.) & Co., Inc. 
THE CRYSTAL KEY. 
HEIDI. 
HI, AMIGOS. 
ROBIN HOOD. 

Denker, Henry. 
THE CHOICE. 

Dennis, John. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS. 



Dennis, Mike, pseud. 
Dennis M. 



SEE Kostyk, 



Denny, John E. 

LIVING THE LIFE OF RILEY. 
Dent, Edward J. 

MARTHA. (R) 

ORPHEUS. fR) 

Dento-Medical Tapes, Inc. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY. 

De Obaldia, Rene. SEE Obaldia, Rene de. 
De Palma, Brian. 

GREETINGS . 
Department of Christian Education. 

SEE Free Methodist Church. Dept. 

of Christian Education. 

Derochie, Mary Louise Fayette. 

STAR TREK: THE KYSISIAN SLAVE. 
Dery, Tiber. 

MR. G.A. IN X. 

Deucher, Sybil. 

CURTAIN CALLS FOR FRANZ SCHUBERT. 

Devany, Edward Heath. 

THE LATE, LATE, LATE LIFE. 
Devereaux, Albert John. 

GUNPOINT. 

Devine, Gerard. 

JINGLE ALL THE WAY. 
THE WORIDE IT RUNS ON LOVE. 
Devlin, Marjorle B. 

TWO OR THREE BODIES A WEEK. 

Devlin, William E., Jr. 

TWO OR THREE BODIES A WEEK. 
De Vosjoll, Philippe Thyraud. SEE 
Vosjoll, Philippe Thyraud de. 



(R) 



Deyneka, Joseph Thomas. 

THE NURSERY. 
D'Harnonoourt, Everard. 

THE ARCHITECT AND THE EMPEROR OF 
ASSYRIA. 

Diamond, Bernard. 

A BIT OF GREEN FOR GRADY. 
Dick, Paul. 
CYBELE. 

Dickason, Albert A. 

BARNUM. 
Dickens, Charles. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. (R) 

Dickey, Dorothy G. 

THEN WOULD I FLY AWAY. 

Dickey, Mrs. Edwin L. SEE Dickey, 
Dorothy G. 

Dietrich, R. F. 

THE ART OF MODERN DRAMA. 

Dletz, Norman Donald. 
NOONSHOW ONE. 
Dillon, John, pseud. SEE Fuery, John J. 

DiLorenzo, Emil J. 

STORYBOOK WEDDING. 
Dimick, John. 

THE LEGEND OF SAINT NICHOLAS. 

Dinsmore, Hugh Stewart. 
THE GUY. 
biscsvery Film Productions. 
END OF THE WHAT. 
Disiplo, Fred. 

A TELEVISION SPECIAL ON SOUTH 
PHILLY'S STARS. 

Display, Awesome, Jr. SEE McCoy, 
Larry . 

Dixon, Janice Thorne. 
SKINNY HOPE. 
Dixon, Melvin W. 
CONFRONTATION. 

Doane, Dorothy. 

VISIT FROM A ROBOT. 
Doane, Mrs. Madison, 

THE LITTLE LAME PRINCESS. 

Dodd, Mead & Co., Inc. 

THE BEST PLAYS OF 1967-I968. 
Dodds, Arthur Edwin. 
BUYING AND SELLING. 

ISAIAH IN THE NEW WORLD. 
TORTURE TRAIL. 

Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge. 
ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 

THIRTEEN PLAYS PRESENTED AT CHRISTMAS 
IN THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSE, COLGATE 
UNIVERSITY. 
THE UNDERGROUND ALICE. 
Donizetti, Gaetano. 

VIVA LA MAMMA, LE CONVENIENZE E LE 
INCONVENIENZE TEATRALI. 

Doolittle, Harold. 
LET ME BE FREE. • 

Dore, Wlllieun J., Jr. 
MASTER WILL. 

Dorn, Wilson. 
FOXFIRE. (R) 

Doron, Eugene, pseud. SEE Relchbach, 
Eugen. 

Dossick, Philip H. 

THE ADVENTURES OF CHERRY LEVINE. 
DostoevEkil, Fedor Mikhallovich. 

LA LEGGENDA DEL RITORNO. 
Doubleday & Co., Inc. 

THE DOOR IN THE WALL. 
Doufexis, Stavros. 
DIE VOGEL. 

Douglas, Donald R. B. , pseud. SEE 

Boyle, Donald R. 
Douglas, Lloyd C, 

WHITE BANNERS. (R) 



Downes, John P. 
ORION NOCTURNE. 

Downing, Virginia. 
SLEEP, DEAR MASTER. 

Drake, George, pseud. SEE Drazich, 
George. 

Drama Guild Publishers. 
ALIBIS, LIMITED. (R) 
SHOOT THE WORKS. (R) 
WESTWOOD WHOA. (R) 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 

DON'T CALL ME DIRTY NAMES. 
THE SECRET SHARER. 
SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS OF 

THE BLACK FOREST. 
THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE. 
THESE ARE MY PEOPLE. 
WELCOME TOMORROW. 
WHAT A BROOCH WILL BUY. 

Dramma. 

SLEPAJA KRASAVICA. 

Drazich, George. 

LOVE LOCKED OUT, BEHIND THE IRON 
GIRDLE. 

Die Drehbuhne. SEE Bloch (Felix) Erben. 

Drew, Tommy. 

THE RACE CAR DRIVER. 

Drexler, Rosalyn. 

THE LINE OF LEAST EXISTENCE. 
Droll Yankees, Inc. 
DEEP SEA FISHERMAN. 
THE EDGE OF THE MEADOW. 
THE FROG POND. 
HUDSON RIVER STEAMBOAT. 
SAPSUCKERS AND FLICKERS. 
Druee, Arden. 

THE DREAM-MAKER. 
Drushall, Roy. 

LESSONS AND DRILLS IN THE FUNDAMENTAL 
PRINCIPLES OF PHONETIC 
PRONUNCIATION OF THE ENGLISH 
LANGUAGE. 
Duberman, Martin. 
THE COLONIAL DUDES. 
THE ELECTRIC MAP. 



SEE Lipton, Helen 



Dubersteln, Helen. 
Duberstein. 

Dubillard, Roland. 

NArVES HIRONDELLES. 
Duda Music. 

THE LOUD MOUTHS. 



Durrenmatt, Friedrich. 

HERCULES AND THE STABLES OF AUGEIAS. 
FLAY STRINDBERG. 
ROMULUS. 

Duffy, Ronald. 
P.K. 

Dugan, John Thomas. 
THE WOUNDS OF LOVE. 

Duggan, Kevin James . 
ZACK. 

Dumas, Alexandre. 

ENOUGH STUFF FOR FOUR KINGS. 

Dumont, Adrienne, pseud. SEE Battistl, 
Ida Mary. 

Duncan, Robert W. 
ADAM HAD RED HAIR. 
Dunn , Emma . 

U.S., THE GREATEST ROMANCE IN THE 
WORID. (R) 

Dunphy, Hubert. 

SUMMARY OF RESPONSES TO QUESTIONNAIRE, 

Duras, Marguerite. 
THEATRE II. 
Durer, C. S. 

THE MADMAN AND THE NUN AND OTHER 
PLAYS. 



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Durrellj Donald D. 

THIRTY PLAYS FOR CLASSROOM READING. 

Durston, David E. 
TEXTURES. 



SEE Decker, Hermlne 



Duthle, Hermlne. 
Duthle . 

Button, Marjorle C. 
GEKIUS JONES. 

Dyer, Charles. 
STAIRCASE . 



D'Youvllle College, Buffalo, N.Y. 

CHILD HEALTH CONFERENCE. 
Dzleduscycka, Teresa. 

TANGO. 

Dzleduszycka, Therese. 
SECOND SERVICE. 



E 



EMR Enterprises, Ltd. 

FROM A TO Z IN 155,000 WORDS OR LESS, 

AT LEAST. 
THE UNFINISHED ODYSSEY OF ROBERT 
KENNEDY. 
Eager, Edward. 

MUSIC MASTER. (R) 

MUSIC MASTER. (R) 
Eager, Jane. 

MUSIC MASTER. (R) 

Eberhardt, Mlgnon G. 

EIGHT O'CLOCK TUESDAY. (R) 

Eble, Eugene C. 
DEADROCK CITY. 

Eble, Patricia A. 
DEADROCK CITY. 

Ecton, Robert. 
QUICK FANNY'S. 

Editions Bernard Grasset. SEE Grasset 

(Bernard) Editions. 
Editions Chanson Co. 

SOME TRAVELING MUSIC. 
Editions de la Table Ronde. 

LE BOULANGER, LA BOULANGERE, ET LE 

PCTIT MITRON. 
GUGUSSE . 
T"IEATRE I. 
THEATRE III. 

Editions du Seull. 
LA PAMILLE ECARLATE. 
LITTLE BOY. 
LA PASSION DU GENERAL FRANCO. 

Editions Gallimard. SEE Galllmard, 
Editions. 

Edlto-Servlce, S.A. 
CORNEILLE. 

Education Unlimited Corp. 
DRUGS OP ABUSE. 
HOW TO WRITE. 

INTERMEDIATE MATH CONCEPTS. 
MR. PRESIDENT. 
POETRY. 

THE PRESIDENCY. 

PRIMARY MATH CONCEPTS. 
PROSE . 

QUEST FOR FREEDOM. 

SEX EDUCATION FOR THE RETARDED CHILD. 
WAR IS. 

Education Unlimited Corp. Tapes Un- 
limited. SEE Tapes Unlimited. 

Educational Development Corp. 
LISTENING SKILLS PROGRAM. 
THE MATHTAPES PROGRAM. 

Educational Research Associates. 
SECRETARIAL PRACTICE LECTURE. 
SHORT LETTER DICTATION. 



Educational Research Council of 

America. 

MAJOR CHANGES IN THE I968 REVISED 
GCMP (K-6) 
Edwards, Sherman. 

1776. 

Effective Learning Corp. 
EFFECTIVE STUDY METHODS. 

Effective Management, Inc. 

INTRAVENOUS THERAPY WITH THE AROUND 
NEEDLE CATHETER. 
Egan, Joseph B. 

FOLLOW A STREAM DOWN. 
Eidelberg, Paul. 

REPRESSIVE RELATIVISM: PHILOSOPHICAL 
FOUNDATIONS OF MARCUSEAN THOUGHT. 

Filer, Jim. 

THE F. G. SHOW. 

Einhorn, Abe. 

THE HEART ATTACK OP STANLEY STARK. 
Electric Shadow Productions, Inc. 

CHANGE OF LIFE. 
Elias, Jacob T. 

PAID. 

Elias, Josef. 
GREAT DAY. 

Ellet, David P. 

RITUAL 5- 
Elko, Andrew E. 

ACRES OF DIAMONDS. 

Elliott, Jim. 

A MATTER OF COMMUNICATION. 

Elliott, Siimner Locke. 

KHAKI, BUSH AND BIGOTRY. 
Ellis, Catherine J. 

JATAKA. 

Ellis, Edith. 

TIN WEDDING. (R) 

Ellis, Shirley. SEE Elllston, Shirley. 

Ellis, Wesley Crosby. 
THE DOOR. 

Elllston, Shirley. 
GAME PARADE. 

Ellstein, Sylvia Regan. 

ONCE FOR THE BRAVE. (R) 
Elward, James. 

FRIDAY NIGHT. 
Ely (Julian B.) & Associates. 

ROMANCE OF THE GUITAR. 
Emerlck, Lucille. 

LYDIA. 
Emery, Robert J. 

THE NOISE OF DISSENT. 
Emond, Lucille E. 

BASKET SETTING. 
Emf, Rcland Jon. 

THE BITCH. 
Engel, Franklin. 

POWER CUT. 

Engel, Mary. 
RELATIVES . 

Engeler, Marc E. 

COMMENT LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE PEUT 
VOUS ALDER. 

QUEL EST LE BIEN QUI SATISFAIT. 
Engvlck, William Clark. 

SWEET DANGER. (R) 
Enthusiasm, Inc . 

MANUSCRIPT TO LOG OF ENTHUSIASM. 

Erlckson, Richard. 
DAMP SHEETS. 
ELEVATOR . 
TED COOK IS IN PARLOR B. 

Ericsson, Anna M. 

vARi bestAr DET GODA SOM VERKLIGEN 

tillfredsstAller . 

Ernst, Eleanore T. 

A LIFE IN THE DAY OF SYMMETRY. 
EroCine Productions. 
KRISTEN. 



Eschasseriaux, Bernard. 
CYBELE. 

Escobedo, Louis F. 

OUR LITTLE LEFT WING. 
Esop. 

MORALITATEN. 

Esquire Films, Inc. Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films Division. SEE Coronet 
Instructional Films. 

Estevez, Ramon Gerard. 
DOWN THE MORNING LINE. 



SEE Stewart, 



Esther, Mary, pseud. 
Rosemary. 

Etheridge, Thelma E. 
ASANTE SA YESU. 
A MOMENT OF TRUTH. 



Etra, Blanche G. 

THE DIVISION OF THE WOMEN. 

Etrog, Sorel. 
BTROG. 

Ettinger, Sy Sol-. 
GOWAH! GOWAH. 

Euripides. 

THE ANDROMACHE OP EURIPIDES. 



SEE Lipitz, 



Evans, Albert, pseud. 

Albert. 
Evans, Augusta J. 

SAINT EIMO. (R) 

Evans , Madge . 

THE ART SCENE, PART ONE, MAN WITH A 
CORPSE ON HIS BACK. 
Evans, Sticks. 

MAGENTA . 
Everett, David Leon. 

INSIDE BLACK HOUSTON. 

Evrard, Robert de. 

SERENITE. 
Ewlng, Fred L. 

CYRANO. 

Ewing, Robert Henry, III. 

TELEGRAM. 
Executape Systems, Inc. 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. 

GENERAL MANAGEMENT SERIES. 

JOE BATTEN ON MANAGEMENT. 

Exo, Arnold H. 

IT PAYS TO KNOW GOD. 
Extant Enterprises, Inc. 
LIDDIMOCKIE . 

Eyre, Ronald. 

THE STORY OP LIEUTENANT COCKATOO. 



Ezdorf, Richard R. von. 
Richard R. 



SEE Von Ezdorf, 



Pabbri, Diego. 

LA LEGGENDA DEL RITORNO. 
Paber Music, Ltd. 
THE PRODIGAL SON. 

Fader, Jane . 

A RISEN SAVIOUR. 
Fairbanks (Jerry) Productions of 

California. 

BUT MORE THAN THIS. 

OUR 26 HELPERS. 

Fairfield Music Co., Ltd. 

MELITA . 
Faithful Virtue Music Co., Inc. 

SUSAN. 

WAR GAMES. 

Famiglietti, John Robert. 
THE BETRAYAL. 

Pann (Al) & Co. 
KING HEROIN. 



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Fann, Albert Louis. 
KING HEROIN. 

Farter, Michael M. 
THE CONTRACT. 
Faris, Fred. 

BECOME YOUR OWN BEST FRIEND. 

Farley, Richard. 

THE GREAT AMERICAN RACE WAR. 



Farrar, William, pseud. SEE Maidhof, 
William. 

Farrar, Straus & Glroux, Inc. 
KASPAR. 

Farrell, Michael Gordon. 
THE LOVE YOU HAD AT FIRST. 
THE MOST WE CAN EXPECT. 
TO BE A MAN. 

Faulk, Bill. 

THE LONELY ONES. 

Faust, John, XL, pseud. SEE Bush, 
Robert J. 

Faustus, Johannes,. Der Zweite, pseud. 

SEE Bush, Hiram J. 
Fechter. 

THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO. 

Felffer, Jules. 
DICK & JANE. 
LITTLE MURDERS. 

Feinberg, Robert H. 
THE IDEALIST. 

Feinstein, Joseph. 
TELL ME ANOTHER. 

Felrstein, Frederick. 

MASQUERADE. 
Pelst, Gene. 

THE DANCE OP DEATH. 

Peith, Claire E. 

THE DEATH OF MARGARET. 

THE DE-BIGOTIZERS. 

Feith, Claire Klncade. 
BEWARE OF THE POOSTER. 

Feith, Michael T. 

BEWARE OF THE POOSTER. 

Fekete, Ladislaus Bus-. SEE Bus- 
Fekete, Ladislaus. 

Pelber, Edith R. 
CORNUCOPIA. 

Feld, George Bruce. 

WHITECLIFF ROAD. 
Feldman, Irv. 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. 

Pels, I. Gordon. 
THE TREADMILL. 
Felsenfeld, Herb. 
ROBIN HOOD. 



Feltz, Kurt. 

DIE PERLE VON TOKAY. 
DIE PERLE VON TOKAY. 



(R) 



Fender, Roswell D. 

SEMINARIST CONSULTANT AT ECONOMIC 
DEVELOPMENT. 

Ferber, Edna. 

THE LAND IS BRIGHT. (R) 
STAGE DOOR. 
THREE ACTTS. 



[r^I 



Ferlalne, John. 

GATHER FOR A HANGING. 
Fern, pseud. SEE Kelner, Fern Sybil. 
Fernandez, Daniel. 

LA PETENERA. 
Ferris, Harry T. 

A BRIDE FOR HUBERT. 
PRETTY EYES. 
Ferro, Pablo. 
TAKE THAT. 
Fertik, William M. 

HOWARD IN PEEKSKILL. 



Feydeau, Georges. 

SLEEP, DEAR MASTER. 
Ffuller, Clement, pseud. SEE Fuller, 

Clement . 
Fianza, Emily. 

GINAGAWA NG OMNIPOTENTENG DIYOS ANG 
TAO NA MATAGUMPAY. 

Flckllng, Forrest E. 

COLLISION. 
Flckllng, Gloria G. 

COLLISION. 



SEE Flckllng, 



Flckllng, Skip. 
Forrest E. 



Fldler, Eva. 

ALAS, IT'S MONDAY. 
Field, Barbara. SEE Nosanow, Barbara 
Field. 

Fields, Dorothy. 
LET'S FACE IT. 



(R) 



Fields, Herbert. 
LET'S FACE IT. 
Plnan, Charles E. 
THE SHY GIRL. 

Fink, Harold. 

GOODMAN BROWN. 
Flnson, Norman. 

FLIGHT :^6 TO NOWHERE. 

Fischer (Carl) Inc. 

THE JUMPING FROG OF CALAVERAS 
COUNTY. 

Flshbein, Philip. 

THE WORID'S BIG BED. 

Fisher, James. 

APPLEJACK. 

THE SINGING BARTENDER. 
Fisher, Richard Lloyd. 

GOD'S NOT. 

Fisher, Robert. 
THE DIRTY TRUTH. 

Flske, Beth. 
GROWNUP. fRi 

Fitzgerald, Jessie B. 

THE EARTH IS THE LORD'S. 
Flaubert, Gustave. 
MADAME B OVARY. 

Flaxman, Harvey. 

THE RITE OF INITIATION. 

Fleming, Brandon. 
THE WOMAN IN BLACK. 

Fleming, Geraldlne R. 
THE PATHFINDER. 

Fleming, Thomas A. 
THE GUY. 

Flenoury, Marie. 
RUMPELSTILSKIN . 

Fllnn, Jon David, 
pseud. 

Flippln, Elizabeth B. 
THE CLIFFS BY THE SEA. 

Flynn, Jean. SEE Reynolds, Jean Flynn. 

Fogel, Julius. 
THE CHALLENGE. 

Pogler, Henry. 

VIOLET HAGAN. (R) 
Folkard-Stengel, Linda. 

THE SMOKING MIRROR. 
Foltz, Richard. 

A PARK IS h PEOPLE. 

Fontaln, Judson. 

SATAN AND THE TEENAGERS. 

Fontenelle, Stanley. 
OUR LITTLE LEFT WING. 
Forbes, Esther. SEE Hoskins, Esther 
Forbes . 



SEE Damar, Richard, 



Forbes, Rupert. 

DEFENSE D'AFFICHER. 

Ford, Bernard . 
LIDDIMOCKIE . 

Ford, Gertrude Castellow. 

SHAKESPEARE AND ELIZABETH UNMASKED. 

Ford, Joe Taylor. 
PETER GLYNN. 

Forlani, Remo. 

GUERRE ET PAIX AU CAFE SHEFFLE. 

Forma, Fred, pseud. SEE Formichelll, 

Alfred. 
Formichelll, Alfred. 

CALLING ALL SHOPPERS. 
Fornus, Maria Irene. 

DR. KHEAL. 
Forrest. 

THE GREAT WALTZ. 

Forssell, Lars. 
THE NOBLE FOOL. 

Forsyth, James. 

ONDIKA. 
Forzano, Giovaoehino. 

LO STENDARDO DI SAN GIORGIO. (R) 

Foss, Lukas. 

THE JUMPING FROG OF CALAVERAS 
COUNTY. 
Foster, Gladys S. 
LADY LORENZO. (R) 
WALL TO WALL. 

Foster, Paul. 
TOM PAINE. 
TRIBE. 

Fountain, Judson. 

HOUSE OF DEATH. 

THE OLD WOMAN OF HAUNTED HOUSE. 
Fowler, John Thomas. 

DRINK OF YOUR OWN WINE. 



pseud. SEE Whitman, Carl, 



Pox, Black, 
Jr. 

Pox, Edward S. 
LOVE. 

Pox, Elizabeth H. 
LOVE. 

Foy, Stephen. 

HARMODIUS AND ARISTOGITON. 

Frame, Donald M. 

THE MISANTHROPE AND OTHER PLAYS. 

Frank, Ethel. SEE Rouse, Ethel Frank. 

Prank, Waldemar. 

nXcHTE in SHANGHAI. 
Franklin, Anna Faye. 
THE SCARLET LETTER. 

Franklin, Chester A. 

THE COMING OF THE ZEBRA. 



Franklin, J. E., pseud. 
Jennie E. 



SEE Siegel, 
SEE Leigh, 



Franklin, Walker, pseud 

Gilbert. 
Fratti, Mario. 
CYBELE. 

THE ROMAN GUEST. 
Fredro, Alexander. 

THE MAJOR COMEDIES OF ALEXANDER 
FREDRO. 

Free Methodist Church. Dept. of 

Christian Education. 

THE PROMISED SON OF GOD. 
Preedman, Harris. 

IS THAT A WAY TO DRESS. 

Preedman, Morris. 

TRAGEDY . 
French (Samuel) Inc. 

DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE. (R) 

SAIWT EIMO. (R) 
THELMA. (R) 



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69 



French (Samuel) Ltd. 

MOTHER'S DAY OUT. 
French, Tria. 

THE ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT: AND THOU 
SHALT DISOBEY. 
Freundlichj Paul Ernst. 

THE FOUR SEASONS OP JAMES ALDRIDGE. 

Frey, Bernice. 

CARD PUNCHING IBM 29- 
Frey-j Phillip. 

THE ODYSSEY OF SONNY & CHER. 
Priantj Nancy. 

THE DRAGON'S SECRET. 
Frlcke, William G., Jr. 

DAVIE LOVES GOLIATH. 

Fried, Barbara. 

YOUNG ANDY JACKSON. 
Fried, Elliot. 
FAMILY CIRCLE. 

Friedman, Alan Foster. 
THE PICASSO MUSICAL. 

Friedman, Bruce Jay. 
SCUBA DUBA. 
Friedman, Edward . 

THE DOCTOR. 

Friedrich, W. 

MARTHA. (R) 

Prink, Charles W. 
DONNE CAN'S CRUSADE. 

Frisch, Max. 

LA GRANDE MURAILLE. 

Fuchs, Leo, pseud, 
Abraham Leon. 



SEE Springer, 



Fuentes, Martha. 
ROBIN. 

FuenteSj Martha Ayers. 
OVER THE GLASS MOUNTAIN. 

Fuery, John J. 

TO CATCH A THIEF. 
Fugard, Orth & Associates, Inc. 
REPORT NO. 69 29006 it, SUBMITTED FOR 
INTERNATIONAL WARD FOR TOWN 
PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE, 1969 . 
Fuller, Clark, pseud. SEE Sergei, 
Clark F. 

Puller, Clement. 
CINQUE. 

Puller, John. 

HEROD, DO YOUR WORST. 

Puria, Carl J. 
RIP VAN WINKLE. 



Gabrielson, Frank. 
GflEAT WHITEWASH. 



(R) 



Gadol, Eliz. SEE Slavetsky, Eliz 
Gadol . 

Galaxy Music Corp. 
CARRY NATION. 

GallljuarJ, ^j^ditions. 
L' AGRESSION. 
LA FAMILLE TOT. 
LA GRANDE MURAILLE. 
GUERRE ET PAIX AU CAFE SNEFFLE. 
HAMLET DES FAUBOURGS. 
LA MARQUISE ROSELINDE. 
LA MERE. 

LA METAPHYSIQUE D'UN VEAU A DEUX 
TETES. 
OEUVRES COMPLETES. 
OFF LIMITS. 
RABELAIS . 
THEATRE II. 
THEATRE III. 
Galling, Dennis Lee. 
Ill ELM TREE LANE. 



Galvin, Matthew R. 
HAR-MEGGIDO SLY. 

Galvin, Rep. SEE Galvin, Matthew R. 

Gamble, Robert M. 
CALLGIRL. 
DUPLICATE PLAYERS. 

Gambone, Margaret. 
UN CASO CLINICO. 

Gamboni, Christopher. 

THE PIGEONS OF ST. PATRICK'S. 
Garcia, Ruperto P. 

GINAGAWA NG OMNIPOTENTENG DIYOS AUG 
TAO NA MATAGUMPAY. 



SEE Gyaki, 



Gardiner, Emmy, pseud. 
Emmy E. 

Gardner, John W. 

THE GODKIN LECTURES. 

Garel, Leo. 

A CRY OF PLAYERS. 

Garfield, James B. 
THE LONG CORRIDOR. 



Gargaro, William J., Jr. 
love; AND THE FBI. 

Garnet, Eva Desca. SEE Garnet, Evelyn 
Dlugatch. 

Garnet, Evelyn Dlugatch. 

INVITATION TO EXERCISE, FOR THE YOUNG 
AT HEART. 

Garrick, D. A. 

FROM SALAMIS I COME. 

Garrick, David. 

YOUR DAUGHTER, SIR, 'S A WINSOME 
LASS. 

Garvey, Geoffrey Thomas. 
WE'RE ALL HUMAN HERE. 

Gary, Dennis E. 

TAKE IT BACK, TAKE IT BACK. 

Gasper, Raymond D. 

THE SECOND OF AUGUST. 

Gatti, Arraand. 

LA PASSION DU GENERAL FRANCO. 
Gavin, Frederick Joseph. 

SNOWBALL, THE SNOW BUNNY. 

Gay, James Paul. 
SYNAPSE . 

Gay, John. 

JACK-ON-A-STRING . 
Gay, Richard . 

LA LECON D'ECHECS. 

Gaylor, Alan L. 

Sl'/EETS. 
Geiferstam, Gustaf de. 

BIG KLAS AND LITTLE KLAS. (R) 
Geiger, Milton. 

GO HOME AND TELL YOUR MOTHER. 

PRAYER TO LITTLE CHILDREN. 

Gelber, Jack. 

THE CUBAN THING. 

SQUARE IN THE EYE. 
Gelber, S. Michael. 

TWO. 
Geller, Michael D. 
CYRANO. 

Geller, Otto. 

EVENTS ALONG THE BERLIN WALL. 

Genelin, Alan Michael. 
CIRCUS OF THE LEFT HAND. 

General Learning Corp. 

HEMATOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES, BIXX5D 

GROUPING. 
INOCULATION AND CULTURE. 
ISOLATION OF PURE CULTURES. 
MICROBIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES, MEDIA 

AND STERILIZATION. 



ONION ROOT TIP SQUASH TECHNIQUE. 
REGENERATION IN PLANARIA. 
STAINING AND OBSERVING BACTERIA. 
STAINING AND OBSERVING BLOOD CELLS. 
USING THE MICROSCOPE, PT.l. 
USING THE MICROSCOPE, PT.2. 

Genet, Jean. 

OEUVRES COMPLETES. 

Gentry, Herbert Richard, Jr. 

THE CHILDREN OF JOYCE AND EDDY. 
George, Charles. 

DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE. (R) 
SAINT EIMO. (R) 
THELMA. (R) 
Gerber, Laura Lee. 

FORTRAN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 
LANGUAGE . 

Gerber Products Co. 
BASIC SANITATION. 
QUALITY MOTIVATION. 

Gerland, Hazel M. 

FREEDOM DENIED, FREEDOM DESIRED. 
Gemhardt, Willard G. 

TABLE RESERVED. (R) 

Gerould, Daniel C. 

THE MADMAN AND THE NUN AND OTHER 
PLAYS. 

Gerstacker, F. 
LOST, PARADISE. 
DAS VERLORENE PARADIES. 

Ghisalberti, Mario. 
LA LOCANDIERA. fRi 

Gibson, Jewel. 

JOSHUA BEENE AND GOD. 

Gibson, William. 
A CRY OF PLAYERS. 

Gide, Andre. 

THEATRE. (R) 
Gide, Catherine. 

THEATRE. (R) 

Gilbert, Sir William Schwenk. 

RUDDIGORE. 

US GOLFERS CURSE YOU, WIDOW KIMSOCK. 
Gilden, Arnold. 

ALOT OF SHIP. 

Gilkes, Lillian. 
CORA CRANE. 

Gillman, Jonathan. 
SERVANTS OF POWER. 

Gilroy, Frank D. 

THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN. 

Ginn & Co. Blalsdell Pub. Co. Divi- 
sion. SEE Blalsdell Pub. Co. 

Girardin, Andre J. 

RELEVER LE DEFI D ' AUJOURD ' HUI AVEC 
LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE. 

Giraudoux, Jean. 
ONDIKA. 

Girault, Jean. 

S . . S . i HOMME SEUL . 

Gish, Mark F. 

A NIGHT AT TERROR HOUSE. 

Glunta, Frank Aldo. 

THE TRANSGRESSOR RIDES AGAIN. 

Glaser, Esther B. 

CHARMIN ' ' N ' FARMIN ' . 
Glaser Publications, Inc. 

NATIONAL LIFE BREAKDOlffl. 
Glass, Stanley F. 

GORILLA MIIK. 

Glassberg, Leslie K. 
NURSERY PLAYS. 

Glasser, Barry H. 
THE UNTUNED DRUM. 



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Glaze, Andrew. 

I'M SURPRISED IT LASTED AS LONG AS IT 
DID. 
Gl&zner, James. 

ONE HOUR BEFORE DAWN. 
Gleason, Richard D. 

SHOOT HIGH. 

Glemby Co. 

KENNETH DISCUSSES PERSONAL SERVICE TO 
CUSTOMERS . 

Gllckman, Harry. 

BLACK CAIN. 
Glocken Verlag, Ltd. 

EL PAIS DE LA SONRISA. 
Goerges, Horst. 

VIVA LA MAMMA, LE CONVENIENZE E LE 
INCONVENIENZE TEATRALI . 
GoetZj Austin. 

LET US BE GLAMOROUS. (R) 



— eeggte- , R l o h ard X a-yterr 

Goldberg, Albena. 

PLAYS FOR GREAT OCCASIONS. 

Goldberg, Richard Joel. 
APOSTLE OF THE IDIOT. 
Goldberg, Shirley Dunie . 
THE HARP OF WANTING. 



Gotwalt, Mrs. Samuel. 
Helen Louise Miller. 



SEE Gotwalt, 



(R) 



Goldenberg, Benjamin C. 

THE LAST OF THE GREAT TYCOONS. 

Goldin, Marilyn. 

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN. 

Goldman, Lawrence Louis. 
VOLTAIRE. 

Goldman, Leo. 

THE EXTINCT ORCHESTRA CONDUCTOR. 
TO BE ANNOUNCED. 
Goldoni, Carlo. 

THE COMIC THEATRE. 

LA LOCANDIERA. fR) 

Goldstaub, Paul Robert. 

THE WONDERFUL AMD MARVELOUS. 
Goldstein, Benjamin. 
BEEN DERE. 

Goldstein, Malcolm. 

THE FAIR PENITENT. 
Goldstein, Stanley. 

THE ECLECTIC VISION OF BERNICE STERN. 

Goldstein, Stanley B. 
PROPS, ACT II. 

Goldstone, Richard H. 

THE MENTOR BOOK OF SHORT PLAYS. 

MENTOR MASTERWORKS OF MODERN DRAMA: 
FIVE PLAYS. 
Goodloe, A. Carter. 

TO DREAM AGAIN. (R) 
Goodman, Dickie. 

ON CAMPUS. 

Goodman, Randolph. 
A DREAM PLAY. 
HEDDA GABLER. 
THE SEAGULL. 

Gordon, Gladys Aime. 
NO. 10 DOWNING STREET. 



m 



Gorellk, Mordeoai. 
MEGAN'S SON. 



Gorky, Maxim, pseud 

Alexey Maxlmovlch. 
Gorrie, Stanley. 

THE GOLDEN REIGN OF QUEEN 

ELIZABETH. (R) 
THE SAVIOURS. (R) 
Gossmann, Hanswalter. 
ALPHA 2001. 



SEE Peshkov, 



Gossmann, Hanswalter. 
Peter, pseud. 

Cott, George. 

PLAYS: SECOND SERIES. 
Gotwalt, Helen Louise Miller. 
SHORT PLAYS FOR CHILDREN. 



SEE Lindholm, 



Grabstald, Harry. 

THE ARTIFICIAL KIDNEY MYSTERY. 

Grace, Clara A. 

FAITH OR FAINTING. 

THAT YOUR FRUIT SHALL REMAIN. 

Graeff, Tom. 

AN EVOLUTIONARY INTERPRETATION OF BI- 
SEXUALITY IN MAN, AND A CHALLENGE 
TO CHANGE THE FACE OF SOCIETY TODAY. 
Graham, Arthur Joseph. 
THE LAST SHINE. 

Grain, Mark. 

A BASIS FOR THE GRAVITATIONAL 
SOURCE. 

Grass, Nan Osmond. 

JOHN DONNE, PASSIONATE PILGRIM. 

Grasset (Bernard) Editions. 
ESSAIS RADIOPHONIOUES . 

Grasshoff, Fritz. 

kXpt'n bay- bay. 

Gratton, Marianne. 
TWO FOR THE SHOW. 

UNTITLED. 

Great Fights, Inc. 

THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 

Grecco, Stephen Richard. 
THE ORIENTALS. 
A SNAPSHOT. 

Green, Albert S. 

YOU'RE YOU, I'M ME. 

Green, Barbara. 

ROBIN HOOD. 
Green, Paul. 

HIGHLAND CALL. (R) 

SING ALL A GREEN WILLOW. 

Green, Ruth. SEE Bornstein, Ruth 

Green. 
Green Hornet, Inc. 

THE GREEN HORNET. fR) 
Greenberg, Edward. 
LEVITICUS. 

Greenberg, Irving. 

THE LOVE BOMB. 
Greene, Mary W. 

PAPA IS ALL. (R) 
Greene, Patterson. 

PAPA IS ALL. (R) 

Greenwald, Harold. 
THE PATIENT. 

Greenway, John P. 

SALES DEMONSTRATION. 

Greer, Herb. 
KILL, KILL. 

Greggs, Herbert D. 
BLACK SUNRISE. 

Greiner, R. Ted. 

WE LEARN THE SOUNDS OF THE IN- 
STRUMENTS. 
Greller, Joyce C. 

NATURAL RESOURCES. 

Gresecke, Carl Ludwig. 
THE MAGIC FLUTE. (R) 

Gressler, Thomas H. 
R.I.O.T. 

Griffen, Clyde. 

AMERICAN HISTORY, COLUMBUS TO 1877. 
Griffin, Glen C. 

DOCTOR'S NOTEBOOK. 

Griffin, Thomas. 

WILL THE GENTELMEN IN CABIN SIX PLEASE 
RISE TO THE OCCASION. 

Griffith, Paul A., pseud. SEE 
Paul, Paula Griffith. 



Griffith, William R. 

GOOD TIMES ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY, BROWN- 
BROKERS, 1968. 

Grimm, Jakob Ludwig Karl. 
ASCHENPUTTEL. 
DER FROSCHKONIG. 
SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS OF 

THE BLACK FOREST. 
THIRTEEN PLAYS PRESENTED AT CHRISTMAS 
IN THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSE, COLGATE 
UNIVERSITY. 
Grimm, Wilhelm Karl. 
ASCHENPUTTEL. 
DER FROSCHKONIG. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS OF 

THE BLACK FOREST. 
THIRTEEN PLAYS PRESENTED AT CHRISTMAS 
IN THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSE, COLGATE 
UNIVERSITY. 
Grissmer, John. 
THE CANDYAPPLE. 

Groth, Melvin Frederick. 

THE EXISTENCE OF GRAHAM MCMAHON. 

Grove Press, Inc. 

THE ARCHITECT AND THE EMPEROR OF 
ASSYRIA. 

THE BURGOMASTER. 
NAIVES HIRONDELLES. 
ROMULUS . 
SOLDIERS . 
TANGO. 

Groves, John. 

THE HARVEST FESTIVAL. 

Groves, John Patrick. 
MANNEQUINS. 

Groves, Susan Rae. 
MANNEQUINS . 

Gruber, Alexander. 
ASCHENPUTTEL. 

Gruber, Edward L. 
SNEDIKER CALLS. 

Grudeff, Marian. 

LIKE WOW. 
Gruenwald, Otto. 
TRIO. 

Grumberg, Jean Claude. 
MATHIEU LEGROS. 

Grunska, Maya. 

THE CHRISTMAS STORY. 

Guardino, Mariano John. 
A BROAD IS A BROAD. 



SEE Guardino, 



Guardino, Monte. 
Mariano John. 

Guenzel, Gregory. 
CAPTURED. 



Guernsey, Otis L., Jr. 

THE BEST PLAYS OF 1967-1968. 

Guiles, Fred Lawrence. 

CORA CRANE. 
Gunn, Bill. 

THE RAIN FOREST. 
Gupta, Letty. 

COMPROMISE PLANS FOR PEACE IN VIET 
NAM. 
Guss, Jay Lee. 

ALOT OF SHIP. 
Guthelm, Karlhelnz. 

VIVA LA MAMMA, LE CONVENIENZE E LE 
INCONVENIENZE TEATRALI. 

Gutman, John. 
FRA DIAVOLO. 

Gyakl, Emmy E. 

THE CONVICT'S DAUGHTER. 



H 



Haase, John. 

DON'T CALL ME DIRTY NAMES. 



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Haokshaw, l/sotha M. 

LOW MAN ON THE TOTIM POLE. 

Hadfield, T. A., pseud. 

LOVE RUN AWAY. 
Hafferkampj Robert Glenn. 

LIONS FOUR, CHRISTIANS NOTHING. 

ONE DOWN. 

THE REGENT & THE PRUNE. 
Hagan, Chet. 

BIGHORNS . 

HOME TO OAK CREEK. 

THE WILD PONIES OP CHINCOTEAGUE. 

Hagan, Norma Rose. 
CYNTHIA. 
Haimsohn, George. 

DAMES. AT SEA. 
Hale, Lucretla P. 

THIRTEEN PLAYS PRESENTED AT CHRISTMAS 
IN THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSE, COLGATE 
UNIVERSITY. 

Halet , Pierre . 

LITTLE BOY. 
Hall, Edward John. 

THE GIRL IN THE FLORENTINE SHOPPE. 
Hall, Eleanor H. 

SHORT VOWEL PHONETIC TAPES & LONG 
VOWEL PHONETIC TAPES. 

Hallett, Charles A. 
AARON BURE. 

Halllne, Allan G. 

THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER AND OTHER 
PLAYS. (R) 

Halloran, Marguerite Anne. 
WHAT ARE YOU. 

Halpem, Sara Arick. 
ROUGH DIAMOND. (R) 

Haraann, William A., III. 

IN PHILADELPHIA YOU CAN ONLY TRUST 
THE POLAR BEAR. 
Hamilton, Noel. SEE Bustard, Miss Noel 

Hamilton. 
Hamilton, Wallace. 
BONUS MARCH. 
BUNNY BOY. 
MATINEE. 
ORPHEUS. 
PYGMALION. 
EOXANNA. 
TEGAROON . 

Hammack, William D. 
A LEGEND OP DEATH. 



Hammarstrom, David Lewis 

HEY, RINGLING. 
Hammerstein, Dorothy B. 

HAY-FOOT, STRAW FOOT. 
Hammerstein, James B. 

HAY -FOOT, STRAW FOOT. 



(Rl 
(R) 



Hammerstein, Oscar. 

HAY -FOOT, STRAW FOOT. (Rl 

Hammerstein, William. 

HAY -FOOT, STRAW FOOT. (Rl 

Hammond, Robert M. 

I COUGHED ON A SNOWFLAKE. 
Handke, Peter. 
KASPAR. 

Handv (jam) Organization. 
CALIFORNIA TODAY. 
THE HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA. 
HOW DO YOU KNOW. 

Hanger, Eunice. 

KHAKI, BUSH AND BIGOTRY. 

Hanifln, Michael J. 

AN EXERCISE IN JUSTICE. 

iankins, Paula Jane. 
A HEARING. 

Hanks, Michael. 
THE DOVES. 



Hsinna, Matt. 
THE TROUBLES. 

Hannah, Dorothy Bennett. 
SIXTEEN IN AUGUST. W 
TROUBLE WITH GUSTY. (R) 

Hannah, Link. 

SIXTEEN IN AUGUST. (R) 
TROUBLE WITH GUSTY. (R) 

Hansen, Celest L. 

CUPID GOES A HAUNTING. 

Hansen, Joan Bucks. 
THE GARDEN. 

Hanson, Beatrice A. 
PROMISE ME. 

Harbach, Otto A. 

HAY -FOOT, STRAW FOOT. (R) 



Hartz, John von. 

Harvester, Grace. 

Grace Harvester 



SEE Von Hartz, John. 
SEE Weyhrauch, 



Harbach, Robert A. 

HAY -FOOT, STRAW FOOT. 



(R) 



Harbach, William 0. 

HAY -FOOT, STRAW FOOT. (R) 
Harberger, Charles Frederick. 
PARADISE GLOSSED. 

Harder, Eleanor Loraine Brovm. 
THE WILDEST MUSICIANS OF ALL. 

Harder', Jan Lee. 
REPUTATION. 

Harder, Raymond Wymbs, Jr. 

THE WILDEST MUSICIANS OF ALL. 

Hardin, Tim. 
SUSAN. 

Harding, Ubert. 
THE DOGS AND I. 
Hargrett, Andrew Joshua, Jr. 

NATIONAL EMERGENCY DRAFT (N.E.D.) 
Harmacek, J. R. 

DESMOND POSTULATE. 

THANK YOU AND GOOD NIGHT, GENTILES 
AND LADLEMAN. 

Harmacek, J. R. SEE California 

Theatrical Properties. 
Harper, Sterling. 

BAPU. 

BOO. 

Harrah, Madge Fisher. 

TEENAGERS OF THE BIBLE. 
Harris, Marilyn. 

THERE'S A LITTLE AMBIGUITY OVER THERE 
AMONG THE BLUEBELLS. 

Harris, Rennick W. 
EDEN BEYOND EDEN. 
SELF-DEFENSE . 
A SUNNY AFTERNOON ON THE BANK OF THE 
POTOMAC . 

Harris, Robert. 

THE WEST AS IT NEVER WAS. 

Harris, Stuart M. 
SASQUATCH. 

Harrison, Stanley R. 
THE WORLD AT JANUARY. 
Hart, Edward H. 

THE HOS-TILE MINDE AT WORKE. 
Hart, Moss. 

THE GREAT WALTZ. 

Harte, E. H. , pseud. SEE Hart, 

Edward H. 
Harter, Marthe J. 

A GATHERING OF HEROES. 
Hartford, John. 

NATIONAL LIFE BREAKDOWN. 

Hartnett, John Edward. 
COURTYARD . 
THE REUNION. 

Hartog, Jan de. 

I DO! I DO. 
Hartwlck, Edward. 
DON CARLOS. 



Harwood, Jim. 

YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 
DR. DANIEL WILLIAMS, SURGEON. 

YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 
GARRETT MORGAN, INVENTOR. 

YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 
ROBERT SMALLS, SLAVE HERO-CONGRESS- 
MAN. 

Haseltine, Virginia M. 
OF COURAGE UNDAUNTED. 

Haslach, Robert D. 

THE ANDROMACHE OF EURIPIDES. 

Hasman, Melvin Dale. 
THE GENTLE MORNING. 

Hass, Norma S. 

JONATHAN VENGEANCE. 

Hatch, James Eddy. 

THE CONCERTINA WIRE. 

Hatley, Bobby Gene. 
A KADDISH FOR LEVY. 

Hatley, Robert, pseud. SEE Hatley, 

Bobby Gene . 
Haubold, Cleve Ernst. 

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF FLOTO, TEXAS: 
THREE PLAYS. 

Hauser, Lucille. 
PAPER MA CHE. 

Havel, Vaclav. 
THE MEMORANDUM. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 
GOODMAN BROWN. 
THE S CABLET LETTER. 

Hawthorne, Ron. 

BIG LUTHER AND MR. HYDE. 

THE MAGIC BAG OF MR. BEANS. 

OH LISTEN HOW SWEETTLY THE ANGUISHED 
BULLFROGS ROAR. 

SCRIPT FOR THREE MIMES AND A BALL. 
Hayes, Pat. 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. 

Hayes, Ralph James. 
EPIPHANY. 

Haynes, Henry D. 

TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. 
Haynos, Robert Alex. 

INTO EACH LIFE, A CONSCIENCE. 
Ha5rwood, Josephine. 

THE PARABLE OF THE KIDRON VALLEY. 

Healy, Carleton. 
SONNET 29. 

Hearn, John Hiram. 

LIKE FATHER, LIKE FUN. 

Hebbel. 

A LITERAL TRANSLATION OF AGNES BER- 
NAUER. (R) 

Heberer, Henry Miles. 

YOUR DAUGHTER, SIR, 'S A WINSOME 
LASS. 
Hecht, Ben. 

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. CRl 
Hecht, Rose. 

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. (R) 

Heckscher, Lisa. 

DET VETENSKAPLIGA GENOMBROTTET INOM 
RELIGIONEN. 

Heffron, Richard T. 
PLASTIC GOLD. 

Heib, Margarethe. 

DIE CHRISTLICHE WISSENSCHAFT BEGEGNET 
DEN HERAUSPORDERUNGEN UNSERER ZEIT. 
Heide, Robert. 
MOON. 

Helnberg, Paul. _„„ 

SPEECH-COMMUNICATION EVALUATION TEST. 



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Jan.-June 



Heldt, Jane. 

THE AFFAIR OF LEXINGTON. 

Hellmers, Leonard. 
ODYSSEY '69. 

Henderson, John W., Jr. 
MEDITATION. 

Henderson, Nancy. 

MEDUSA OF FORTY- SEVENTH STREET. 

Hennessey, Michael J. 

THE EMANCIPATION OF THE CREATIVE 

MIND. 
THE END OF THE EXPLOITATION OF THE 

CREATIVE MIND. 

Henninger, Robert L. 

STOP 13: THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & 
MARY. 

Hennlon, Robert B. 
VIOLENCE IN SOCIETY. 



pseud. SEE Porter, William 



Henry, 0., 
Sydney. 

Hentsehke, Heinz. 

HOCHZEITSNACHT IM PARADIES. 

Henze, Hans Werner. 
MORAL ITATEN. 

Herman, Mark N. 
RUDDIGORE . 

Hernandez, Leopoldo. 
HELL AND HESITATION. 
940 SOUTH WEST SEGUNDA CALLE . 

Herrmann, Lucille Fletcher. 
MY CLIENT CURLEY. (R) 
MY FRIEND CURLEY. (R) 

Herrod, Thomas E. 

COMMERCIAL PILOT GROUND SCHOOL 

LECTURE . 
PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL LECTURE. 

Hsrzer, Ludwig. 

EL PAIS DE LA SONRISA. 

Hewlett, Tristan, pseud. SEE Hanifin, 
Michael J. 

Hey, Richard. 

ED) PERMANENTER DAMMERSCHOPPEN. 

Hickman, James J. 

TATTOO FOR THEIMA. ' 

Hickman, James Joseph. 
CATCH A BRASS CANARY. 

Higgins, Helen Boyd. 
STARRY TRAIL. (R) 

Higgins, Robert. 

ALICE THE MAGNIFICENT. 

Higginson, William J. 

A CRITICAL DESCRIPTION OF HAIKU IN 
JAPANESE AND ENGLISH. 

Hiken, Arlin. 

CLASSICS FOR CONTEMPORARIES: OLD 
DRAMAS FOR NEW THEATERS. 

Hiken-Richards, Inc. 
THE GREAT BOLYAVSKI. 
IF LOST PLEASE RETURN TO. 
Hill, Donna Marie. 

CATCH A BRASS CANARY. 

Hill, Howard G. 

A BRIEF HISTORY OF CAB-IN-PRONT 
STEAM LOCOMOTIVES. 
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF 
THE STEAM LOCOMOTIVE. 
Hill, Joyce. 

STOP 13: THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & 
MARY. 

Hill, Lucienne. 

THE BAKER, THE BAKER'S WIFE, AND THE 
BAKER'S BOY. 

Hill, Maurice J. 

LARGE WINDOW ON A SMALL WORLD. 
A WIND BETWEEN THE HOUSES. 

Hill, Samuel C. 

THE GENTS WERE DEADLY. 



Hill, Vernice M. 
BLACK GAL. 

Hlller, Lejaren. 
AN AVALANCHE. 

Hills, Constance. 

HEAVEN AND EARTH. 
Hinckley, Frederick R., Jr. 

WHITE MAGIC. 

Hines, John. 

THE GENIUS OF BENJAMIN BANNEKER. 

Hines, Robert Harrison. 
DOMINGO'S MIRACLE. 

Hinman, Charlton. 

THE FIRST FOLIO OP SHAKESPEARE. 

Hinsdale, Harriet Broadhurst. 
GREEK (A) LOSES HIS DOG. (R) 

Hirsch, Charles S. 
GREETINGS . 

Hlrschfeld, Al. 

THE BEST PLAYS OF I967-I968. 
Hirsey, Lee. 

PONCE DE LEON AND THE UNDERTAKER. 
Hirt, David Frederick. 

THE MEDICINE MAN RETURNS. 

Hite, Barbara Allan. 

THE UNDISCIPLINED DEATH OF FREDDIE 
HALL. 

Hite, Lawrence David. 
TELEGRAM. 

Hoag, William. 

FLOSSIE REARDON'S DEAD HUSBAND WANTS 
A PRIEST. 

Hobbs, J. Kline. 

95 MILES NORTH OF CHICAGO. 

Hoehhuth, Rolf. 

SOLDIERS. 
Hodge, Robert William. 

CATCH ME ON THE DOWNFALL. 

ROAR FROM BELOW. 
Hodgins, Rosemary Irene. 

LA PACIENCE DE JOB, A CRITICAL 
EDITION. 

Hoffenberg, Sol. 
GOODBYE KOPTZIN. 

Hoffman, Kenneth L. 
WINDOWS AND MIRRORS. 

Hoffinan, Philip. 

COMIC MONOLOGUES & SKETCHES. 

Hoffmann, Mrs. Arnold, Jr. SEE Hoff- 
mann, Jean Kemper. 

Hoffmann, Jean Kemper. 
SWEET HOME. 

Hofmann, Gert . 
THE BURGOMASTER. 

Holden, Joan, 
RUZZANTE. 

Holden, Mary P. 

THE BOY WHO CAME TO DINNER. 
Holden, Prue. SEE Holden, Mary P. 
Holden, Mrs. Ralph. SEE Holden, Mary P. 

Holden, Richard. 
SUMMER FEVER. 

Hollander, Irma. 

MUST BE A UNION. 
Holmes, Bennie. 

THE HISTORY OF CORE. 
Holmes, Norman B. 

OUR SEARCH FOR IDENTITY. 

Holt, David Jack. 
HA, HA, HOLLYWOOD. 

Holt, Mr. Marion P. 
THE BLINDFOLD. 
THE GRAND MINUET. 
IN THE BURNING DARKNESS. 



Holt, Marion P. SEE Damar, Richard, 

pseud. 
Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc. 
THE ART OF DRAMA. 
THE ART OF MODERN DRAMA. 

Homer & Jethro Publications. 

TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. 

Hooner, Marvin Robert, II. 
CRACKER, CRACKER. 

Hooper, Nila Maxine. 
CRACKER, CRACKER. 
Hope, Wyn. 

IT'S ALL IN THE FAMILY. 

Horgan, Paul. 

A TREE ON THE PLAINS. (R) 

Horn, Roy de S. 

PROLOGUE TO A KING HAS NO LIFE OF HIS 
OWN. 
Horner, Patricia Cameron Peardon. 

THE AMAZING MISS ALCOTT. 

Horovitz, Israel. 
FIRST SEASON. 

Horowitz, Erwin. 
BART. 

Horvit, Michael M. 

TOMO. 
Hoskins, Esther Forbes. 
JOHNNY TREMAIN. 

Hotchner, Stephen. 
MOHANDAS . 

Hotze, Allda Vreeland. 
HOLD THAT KISS. (R) 
TIMES SQUARE LADY. (R) 
WHITE BANNERS. fR) 

Houghton Mifflin Co. 

DESIGNS FOR READING: PLAYS. 
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
THE RANGE OF LITERATURE. 

Houppert, Joseph W. 

THE WOUNDS OF CIVIL WAR. 

Howard, Bronson. 

THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER AND OTHER 
PLAYS. (R) 

Howard, Mel. 

NAIVES HIRONDELLES. 

Hoy land, Robert Page. 
THE GOD BRAIN SMILING. 

Hubbard, Joan. 

THE INTERRUPTED. 

Ruber, Eric . 

DIE CHRISTLICHE WISSENSCHAFT BEGEGNET 
DEN HERAUSFORDERUNGEN UNSERER ZEIT. 
Hudaverdi, Edward Francis. 

THE NINETY-THIRD DAY OF SPRING. 

Hudglns, Walter Edward. 
PUMPERNICKEL ICE CREAM. 

Huffman, Eugene H. 
ST. PETER IS OUT. 

Huffstutler, James C. 

THERE'LL BE A WHOLE NEW DAY. 
Huganir, William L. 

STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL. 
Hughes, Donald. 

HELLO UP THERE. 

Huntington (Henry E. ) Library & Art 
Gallery, San Marino, Calif. 
KING JOHAN. 
Hupe, Robert Strausz-. SEE Strausz- 
Hupe, Robert. 
Huret, Harry. 

THE FROG PRINCE. 
Hurley, MUas L., Jr. 

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF CLAUDIA. 
Hyde, Donald Wayne. 

BABY, YOU ON PROBATION. 
Hyder, Lucile. 

THE SCARLET LETTER. 



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I 



Ibsen, Henrik. 
A DOLL'S HOUSE. 

HEDDA GABLER. 

ROSMERHOra. (R) 

Icke, Jenna. SEE Icke, Virginia K. 

Icke, Virginia K. 
THE PHONE CALL. 

Ideal School Supply Co. 

PHONIC ANALYSIS READING TAPES. 
SPELLING GENERALIZATION READING TAPES. 

Ignatoffj Elisha. 

THE STUDENT AND THE SERVANT GIRL. 

Ilf, Ilja. 

THE TWELVE CHAIRS. 
Imperial International Learning. 
[MEEH' THE AUTHORS] 

Imperial Productions, Inc. 

WE LEARN THE SOUNDS OF THE IN- 
STRUMENTS . 

Inolan, Ramon del Valle-. SEE Valle- 
Inclan, Ramon del. 

Indiana University Press. 

THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER AND OTHER 
PLAYS. (R) 

SATIRIC COMEDIES. 
Individual Development. 

A NEW EXPERIENCE IN THE ART OF LIVING. 

Induclne, S.R.L. 
EL CHE GUEVARA. 

Ingle, Susan Hopkins. 
NONE SO BLIND. 

Inlender, Avraham. 
NINA. 

Inman, James. 

THE BEDROOM. 
Institute for University Studies, Inc. 
AMERICAN HISTORY, COLUMBUS TO 1877. 
HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION, BEGINNINGS TO 

1715. 
SCRIPTS FOR RECORDED LECTURE COURSE, 
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY, 
lone SCO, Eugene. 
PLAYS, VOLUME V. 

Ions, Wllloughby. 

A FRAWG WENT COUBTIN' . 

Irlarte, Victor Ruiz. 

ESTA NOCHE ES LA VISPERA. 
THE GRAND MINUET. 

Irizarry, Tito. 
THE DOVES. 

Irving, Washington. 

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW. 
Irwin, Howard H. 

VOS SOIS NECESSARIOS. 

Isaacs, Elcanon. 

THE ADJUSTMENT TO REALITY. 

Isaacson, Melvin. 

DR. ROCK AND MR. ROLL. 

Island Surrey, Ltd. 

TOUR GUIDE TO ST. THOMAS, 10 
DIFFERENT TRIPS. 

Isriel, M. Yvonne. 
OPERATION ULCER. 
Isserman, Joan. 
YEGOR BULICHOV. 



J 



Jacob, Ruth Apprlch. 
CELLAR DOOR. 

Jacobs, B'red Rue. 

DON'T KNOW SIC 'EM FROM SOOEY. 

Jacobs, Jack. 

THE PRIME MINISTER'S TATTOOS. 

Jacobsen, Jurgen. 
THE FATHER. 

Jacobson, Dorothy. 

A PASSOVER FANTASY, SAGES OF THE 
AGES. 

James, pseud. SEE Carr, James Edward. 

James, Betty Payne. 

A TIME FOR BURNT ROSES. 

Jamison, Joan Asplnwall. 

HUMPTY DUMPTY HAD A GREAT FALL. 

Jampole, Marc Saul. 

GODS IN EXILE. 
Jankowski, Lew. 

YOUR IMAGE, THE MIND AND YOU. 

Jarratt, Florence B. 
DICK WHITTINGTON. 

Jarry, Alfred. 

THE UBU PLAYS. 
Javor, Frank A. 

THE BAY-TREE DANCE. 

Jayme, William North. 

CARRY NATION. 
Jeans, James, pseud. SEE Phillips, 
Frank, III. 

Jeffers, H. Paul. 

THE UNFINISHED ODYSSEY OF ROBERT 
KENNEDY. 

Jelllcoe, Ann. 

SHELLEY. 
Jenks, Anne. 

PAPER DOLL HOUSE. 
Jennings, Coleman A. 

URASHIMA TARO. 
Jennings (Robert G.) Corp. 

ROCK STARS. 

Jervis, Ernest R. 

APPUNTI SULLA TECHNICA DELL ' AFFIDAMEN- 
TO. 

Jessel, Raymond. 

LIKE WOW, 
Jihad Productions. 

SLAVE SHIP. 

John, Errol. 

MOON ON A RAINBOW SHAWL. 
Johnson, Ana Meneses. 

THE NIGHT I PLAYED SHIRLEY. 

Johnson, Charles. 

A BETTER HOME. 
Johnson, H. Wright. 

THE PREVALENCE OF WITCHES. 

Johnson, Herbert A. 

JOHN MARSHALL AND THE SUPREME COURT. 
Johnson, James. 

LITTLE ANNIE WOODS. 

Johnson, Mabel. 
PRAIRIE TOWN. 
WHO FINDETH A WIFE. 

Johnson, Marvin Curtiss. 
HOW TO MAKE A DOTB BLONDE. 

Johnson, Muriel S. 

THE PROMISED SON OF GOD. 

Johns on , Philip . 
NOVELETTE. (R) 



Johnson, Walter. 
FOUR PLAYS. 



Jackson, Edgar Edward, Jr. 
THE UNMASQUING, JANUARY - 
1968. 

Jackson, Mary Coleman. 
RUMPELSTILSKIN. 



NOVEMBER 23, 



Johnson, Wright 

H. Wright. 
Jones, C. Robert. 

SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL 
Jones, Charles. 

LITTLE ANNIE WOODS. 



SEE Johnson, 



Jones, Elinor. 

COLETTE . 
Jones, Frank ft.. III. 

AGAPE. 

Jones, Glyn. 

THRILLER OP THE YEAR. 

Jones, Henry Burk. 
LYS I STRATA. 

Jones, Jerry. 

SWEAT ON MY GRAVE. 

Jones, LeRoi. 

THE BAPTISM & THE TOILET. 

SLAVE SHIP. 
Jones, Marlon E. Tlmm. 

YOU GONNA BE THE DEATH OF ME, YET. 
Jones, Noel D. Bryan-. SEE Bryan-Jones, 

Noel D. 
Jones, Richard Vernon. 

GEORGE, YOU SAINT, GET OFF. 

Jones, Terry P. 

THE MAYOR OF LAPUTA. 

Jones, Tom. 
CELEBRATION. 
I DO! I DO. 
Jordan, Elizabeth. SEE Pollque, 
Jardin, pseud. 

Joseph, Allen. 

ANNIVERSARY ON WEEDY HILL. 

MISMATCH. 

OFF LIMITS. 
Joseph, Bonnie. 

TINA AND THE MAGICAL DUMP. 

Joutert, John. 

UNDER WESTERN EYES. 

Joubert, Editions. 

VIENNE CHANTE KI DANSE. 

Joyner, Mary S. 
SPECIES CHANGE. 
STREAM OF DISSIDENCE. 

Juhl, Jerry R. 

THE MAN WHO DIED FOR AWHILE. 
THE WITCH WHO STOLE THURSDAY. 

Julliard. 

LA DAME DE CHICAGO. 

UN SAMEDI, DEUX FEMMES. 

Junaluska, Arthur S. 

THE GRAND COUNCIL OF INDIAN CIRCLE. 
Jurich, Marilyn. 

A DEPARTMENT STORE HAS EVERYTHING. 



K 



Kahan, Judith C. 

THE ODYSSEY OF TWIPPERDEE. 

Kahane, Eric. 

PHILOSOPHY IN THE BOUDOIR. 

Kail, Robert. 

RAS SELAS, KING OF ABYSSINIA. 
UNTITLED MUSICAL. 

Kairys, Anatole. 
THE BLUE IN RED. 
Kairys, Anatolljus. 
SVIESA IR ELDORADO. 

Kallna, Paul. 

FRAGMENTS . 
Kallesser, Michael. 

LADIES OF TOMORROW. 

WARM, THE HEART. 
Kaltman, S. E. 

R&D. 
Kamerman, Sylvia E. 

FIFTY PLAYS FOR HOLIDAYS. 

Kane, Bernard M. 

FAST READING FOR SUCCESS. 
Kaplan, Jonathan. 

THE GROUPIES. 



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Kaplan, Sol. 

PERSON OR PERSONS UNKOWN. 

Karas, George Ellas. 

THE CUBIOUS MISTER PALM. 

Karatz, May Winnifred Annexton. 
STOP WORRYING, MAMA, I'M HOME. 

Karatz, Mrs. Stanley A. SEE Karatz, 
May Winnifred Annexton. 

Karloff, Tony. 
THE FOOL. 

Karsavlna, Jean. 

THE JUMPING FROG OF CALAVERAS 
COUNTY. 
Kaufman, George S. 
ANGELS OF MERCY. (R) 
THE LAND IS BRIGHT. (R) 
LORENZ AUD LARUE. (R) 
STAGE DOOR. (R) 
THREE ACTS. ( R) 

Kaufman, Ghersen. 
THE GYPSY. 

Kaufman, Ruth. 

DOCTOR, LAWYER, MERCHANT, CHIEF. 

Kaufmann (Jerry) Productions, Inc. 
HARRY'S SONG. 

Kaurin, Birger V. 
THE FACING AGE. 

Kearney, Ramsey. 

LIVING THE LIFE OF RILEY. 

Keaton, Benjamin Franklin, Jr. 
AMEN TO A MANTIS. 

Keelan, Edward Michael. 
LORD EDWARD. 

Keen, Michael Elliott. 
A PAMZER FOR BILLY. 

Keena, Paul G. 

HOORAH, A NEW SHOPPING CENTER. 

Keeney, Mac L. 

NOT A USELESS CAUSE. 

Kefauver, Joseph Dawson. 
WEEKEND IN WESTBURY. 

Keln, Sybil, pseud. SEE Provost, 
Consuela M. 

Kelner, Fern Sybil. 
ALL ABOUT COLORS. 
STORYPLAY. 

WHAT COLOR IS THE RAIN. 
WHAT SEASON IS DELICIOUS. 

Keller, Lois Peterson. 
I FIND NO FAULT IN HIM. 

Keller, William S. 

CURSE YOU, SYLVESTER SLICKER. 

Kelly, Bryan. 

HEROD, DO YOUR WORST. 

Kelly, Rose. 
THE CRUSADER. 

Kelman, Kenneth E. 

THE MYSTERY OP THE DISAPPEARING 
THEATER. 

Kelsey, Olivia. 

HAD THEY BELIEVED. 

Kemper, Jean. 
Kemper. 

Kennedy, Lucy. 
FAMILY SCENE. 
MISS HAROLDE TO THE DARK TOWER CAME. 

Kenney, Robert E. 
CHARLIE NICE. 

Kent, Walter. 

WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER. W 

Kern, Jerome . 

HAY-FOOT, STRAW FOOT. (R) 



SEE Hoffmann, Jean 



Kerpelman, Max. 

GAME OF ADAM. 
Kerrane, Kevin. 

THE ART OF DRAMA. 

THE ART OF MODERN DRAMA. 

Kerry, Erica. 

THAT OLD GANG OF MINE. 

Kessler, Bruce. 

NOT ENTIRELY NONDESCRIPT BUT 
PERSEPHONE IN THE SUN. 

Key Productions, Inc. 
CASH TO YOUR CREDIT. 

Kidwell, Robert P. 

TO SLEEP, PERCHANCE TO DREAM. 

Kierland, Joseph Scott. 
DRUM- TAPS . 
PLAYSONGS. 
Kilbourne, Denise. 

THREE ON A SKI. 
Kilham, Lawrence. 
THE FROG POND. 
SAPSUCKERS AND FLICKERS. 
Kilham, Peter. 

DEEP SEA FISHERMAN. 
THE EDGE OF THE MEADOW. 
THE FROG POND. 
HUDSON RIVER STEAMBOAT. 
SAPSUCKERS AND FLICKERS. 
Killian, Joseph C. 

A MOUTHFUL OF LOZENGES. 
Kilroy, Thomas. 

THE DEATH AND RESURRECTION OF MR. 
ROCHE. 

Kimmel, Jeffrey Wolf. 

BETWEEN HEAVEN AND HELL IS HOME. 

Kin-Wan, Chow. 

DIOS A MANAKABALIN AMIN ARAMIDENNA TI 
TAO A NAGBALLIGI. 



Kincade, Claire. 
Klnoade. 



SEE Feith, Claire 



Kincade, Claire, pseud. SEE Feith, 

Claire E. 
King, Arthur H., Jr. 

CHRISTIANITY AND CONTRACEPTION. 

THE DEPTHS OF LETHEAN SKIES. 

King, Arthur Herbert, Jr. 

CIVIL LIBERTIES IN PERSPECTIVE. 

King, Christopher, pseud. SEE Kane, 

Bernard M. 
King, Coretta Scott. 

ANOTHER LOST GENERATION OF BLACK 
CHILDREN: CAN WHITE SOCIETY FIND 
ITS CONSCIENCE. 
A SERMON DELIVERED BY CORETTA SCOTT 
KING, ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, LONDON, 
ENGLAND, MARCH l6, 1969 . 
STATEMENT BY CORETTA SCOTT KING, PRESS 
CONFERENCE, LONDON, ENGLAND, MARCH 
16, 1969. 
King, Martha B. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. (R ) 
King, Martin Luther. 

THE DIMENSIONS OF A COMPLETE LIFE. 

King, Martin Luther, Jr., Estate of. 

THE DIMENSIONS OF A COMPLETE LIFE. 

King, Philip. 

MILK AND HONEY. 
Kingsley, Sidney. 

THE ART SCENE, PART ONE, MAN WITH A 
CORPSE ON HIS BACK. 
Klngwood Enterprises, Inc. 

THE PEOPLE NEXT DOOR. 
Kinschner, David Harris. 

THE LUNEY LANDING. 
Klntner, Robert J. 

THE PARABLE OF THE KIDRON VALLEY. 

Kipling, Rudyard. 

THE ELEPHANT'S CHILD. 



Klra, Aras, pseud. 
Sara Arick. 



SEE Halpern, 



Kirsoh, Arthur. 
CAFE UNDERGROUND. 

Kitt, Henry. 

ONE PLUS ONE PLUS ONE. 
Kittredge, George Lyman. 
CYMBELINE. 
THE TRAGEDY OF KING RICHARD THE 

THIRD. 
THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. 

KLabzuba, Richard W. 

AIRLINE AND UTILITY RATE REGULATION 
AND PROSPECTS FOR A CHANGE: A BOLD 
NEW APPROACH AND ITS IMPACT ON THE 
STOCK MARKET. 

Kj.ein, George S. 
A CRY OF PLAYERS. 

Klima, Ivan. 

A BRIDEGROOM FOR MARCELLA. 
THE JURY. 
KLARA. 
Klunzinger, Thomas E. 
RUSK. 

Knee, Allan. 
BLUE BOYS. 
ELEPHANT FEVER. 
EPHRAIM. 
THE INFANCY OF THE TELEPHONE. 
THE MINISTER'S BLACK VEIL. 

Knee, Glna. SEE Brook, Gina Knee. 
Knight, April. SEE Barth, April Knight. 

Knight, Thomas Baker. 
HA, HA, HOLLYWOOD. 

Kock, Charles Paul de. 
THREE PARTIES. 

Koehn, Dorene Fisher. 
THE GREEN VALLEY. 
OH OH GIRLS. 

Koe '.:e, Laura. 

jiCMBO. 
Koge, Mary. 

THE JESUS HAPPENING. 

Kohl, Michael A. 
HEY, RINGLINO. 

Kollinger, John. 
THE PROMISE. 
Koons, Earl Ray. 
WARD 13. R) 

Kopper, Philip. 
THE ADVANCEMAN. 

Kops, Bernard. 

HAMLET DES FAUBOOTGS. 

Korb , Arthur . 

WHERE IS CHRISTMAt. 

Kornberg, Edward. 
RICHARD YORK. 
Korty, Carol T. 

THE SHAPE WE'RE IN. 

Korty, Carol Tweedie. 

AFRICAN FOLK TALES. 

Kosse, Roberta. 

THE DOVES. 
Kostreva, Arlene. 

THE COURTSHIP OF ANNIE FILARSKI. 
Kostyk, Dennis M. 

DELIGHT OF WINTER. 
Kott, Jan. 

THE MADMAN AND THE NUN AND OTHER 
PLAYS. 
Kout, Maria. 
BOW NORTH. 
Kozarevich, Michael. 
SILENCE IS GOLDEN. 

Kraft, Charlotte C. 

BINARY. 
Kramisen, Richard Stanley. 

THE EVENING YOU ARE SPENDING IS WITH 
ME. 



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Krantz, Donald. 
RIGHT TIME. 

Krasna, Noi-maA. 
SILENT NIGHT. (R) 
Krauss, Ruth. 

THERE'S A LITTLE AMBIGUITY OVER THERE 
AMONG THE BLUEBELLS. 

Krell, Gerald. 

THE BAD HUMOR MAN. 

Kremer, Barney. SEE Kremer, Lester R. 

Kremer, Lester R. 

THE SONG OF THE MORNING STAR. 
Krenzke, Raymond E. 
THE FOREST PRINCE. 

Kretzer, Irvin D. 

HOW TO MAKE IT WORK. 

Kroopf, Philip J. 

MR. DICKENS READS TONIGHT. 

Krueger, Paul Henry. 
OUR STAN. 
Krug, Geraldine. 
BIG TOP. 
ICE. 

Kuchar, William J. 

THE DEVIL AND THE DRUNK. 
KuhlmMij Donald Harry. 

THE MISUNDERSTANDING LAST SUHDAY 
EVENING. 
Kunz, Harald. 

trSume. 

Kuykendall, Ben. 

THE STORY OP BEN KUYKENDALL AND JIM 
BROWN. 
Kvares, Donald. 

MUSHROOMS. 



LaBar , Tom 

THE AQUATIC CHINEE. 
DANISH MODERN. 
SEVEN TRUMPETS. 
TATTOO PARLOR. 
Lachman, Eugene, pseud. 
Eva. 



SEE Lachman, 



Lachman, Eva. 

CALISTHENICS FOR CHILDREN. 

La Coste, Roberta. 

PHONIC ANALYSIS READING TAPES. 

SPELLING GENERALIZATION READING TAPES. 
Lacy. 

THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO. 

La Parge, W. E. R. 

WATER JAR BOY. 

La Forrest, Paul, pseud. SEE Williams, 
Eugene H. 

Laird, Bruce. 
THE PARTISANS. 

Lakata, Robert P. 

THE NEW ROMANTICISM. 
Lake, Russell L. 

RUNAWAY TURTLES. 

Lalande, Roger. 
PETER GRIMES. 

Lamb, Albert. 

MORNING DOORWAYS. 

Lamb (Albert) Productions. 
MORNING DOORWAYS. 

Lamb, Joseph P. 

JA, WHAT A GORGEOUS COUNTRY. 

Lamb, Myrna. 
SCYKLON Z. 
Lambert, Robert. 

THE RANGE OF LITERATURE. 

Lammers, Stanton M. 

ALL THE LITTLE GIRLS WILD. 



Lamport, Felicia. 
MINK ON WEEKDAYS. 
Lance, Jack, pseud. SEE McCoy, Rose. 
l&nctat, William A. 

HUM A PEW BARS AND WE'LL PAKE IT. 
Landau, Nina Serrano. 
THE DAIiTONS RIDE AGAIN. 

Lane, John H. 
POOR SEYMOUR. 

Lane, Pete. 

I HAD A GIRLFRIEND. 
Lane, Peter. 

SEPARATE BUT EQUALER. 

Lang, Helen O'Keeffe. 
THE NEW GREEN. 



Lang, Petra Puetz-. 
Petra . 

Lang, William A., III. 

THE ULTIMATE GAME. 
Langham, Norma. 

DUTCH PAINTING. 



SEE Puetz-Lang, 



Langner-Saks, 
Gertrude . 



Gltle, pseud. SEE Saks, 



SEE Lanctot, 



Lanteau, William, pseud. 
William A. 

Lanza, Philip. 

THE ENCHANTED TOYSHOP. 



Larco Productions, Inc. 

DADDY'S GONE A-HUNTING. 
Larkin, Edward J. 

LAON AND CYTHNA. 
Lascalle, Kendrew. 

MRS. PLUMB AND THE SPARROW PEOPLE. 
Laski, Vera P. 

THE POSTOPPICE. 

Lass, Abraham H. 

THE MENTOR BOOK OF SHORT PLAYS. 

Lateef, Yusef A. 
THE GARMENTS. 

Latson, Allan C. 

IMOGENS 'S PALL FROM GRACE. 

lattimore, Richmond. 
POUR COMEDIES. 

Laumann, Otto. 

A NEW APPROACH TO THE RAISING AND 
COLLECTING OP FEDERAL REVENUE. 
Lavery, Emmet. 

LADIES' DAY. (R) 



lARE AND FEEDING OF 



Lavln, Henry. 

THE INCUBATION, C 
THE PRINCIPAL. 

Law, Gordon C. 

THE RUBBER ROOM. 
Lawrence, Jim. 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. 
Lax, Harry. 

LAX AND BLOOM ACT. 

Lazarus, Milton. 

THE GREAT WALTZ. 
Leach, Blake. 

THE DEMISE OP PRECIOUS BLOOD. 

POPCORN AND RANDY AND LAVENDAR. 

Leaf, James Howard. 
CHARLES LAMB. 

Lear si, Rufus. 

PLAYS FOR GREAT OCCASIONS. 

Lederer, William L. 

BACK TO BACK. 
IN OR OUT. 

THE TRILOGY. 
Ledru, Jack. „,„<,,? 

VIENNE CHANTE EI DANSE. 

Lee, Ray. 

THE CASE OP THE EEECTRALARM BAND- 
WAGON. 
Lee Music Corp. 

VISIT FROM A ROBOT. 



Leech, Margaret. 
TIN WEDDING. (R) 

Leegaard, Alf. 
ALPHA 20001. 
Leegaard, Alf. SEE Lindholm, Peter 
pseud. 

Lefort, Louis. 
TOGETHER AGAIN. 

Lehne, John. 
THE BOX. 

Leib, Adrienne R. 
MACE A LA MODE. 

Lelbowltz, Louis. 
BLACK POWER. 
CABIN NtlMBER ONE. 
EPIPHANY. 

Leigh, Carolyn. 

HOW NOW, DOW JOHES. 

Leigh, Gilbert. 
TIME TO WAKE UP. 

Leighton, Mr. Jan. 

JAN LEIGHTON, AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. 
Lenj;,, Leo. 

NACHTE IN SHANGHAI. 

Lenz, Siegfried. 

DIE AUGENBINDE. 
Leon, Joseph. 

QUOZ. 
Leon, Victor. 

EL PAIS DE LA SONRISA. 

Leone, Margaret Amelia. 
ONE OF THE GIRLS. 

Leonov, Leonid. 

THE ORCHARDS OP POLOVCHANSK. (R) 
Lesser, Joseph L. 
SOCRATES SHIGASS. 

Lesser, Robert. 

CAN'T YOU SEE IT. 
Lesser, Tamara. SEE Ressman, Tamara. 
Lester, Edwin. 

THE GREAT WALTZ. 

Letofsky, Irvin M. 

YANKEE DOODLE DUM DUM. 

Lettieri, Jessina de. 
SIA LA LUCE. 

Lettunlch, Mateo. 
CANDIDE AND CO. 

Leuven, Jon Cloud van. SEE 
Van Leuven, Jon Cloud. 

Leverton, Mrs. Ed S. 

ROSMERHOIM. (R) 
Leverton, Garrett H. 

ROSMERHOIM. (R) 

Levine, Bernard. 

THE BETRAYAL OF CHRIST. 

Levine, Deborah. 

THE BETRAYAL OF CHRIST. 
Levine, Joseph Mark. 

A YOUNG PEOPLES PROGRAM. 

Levine, Mark. 
Mark. 

Levine, Mel. 

MENCKEN SHALOM AND OTHER PLAYS. 

Levoy, Myron. 
BADA. 
CRISTOBAL COLON. 
SWEET TOM. 
Levy, Charles S. 

SWEET REASON. 
Levy, Gerl. 

THE COMMERCIAL GAME. 

Levy, Jacques . 

TRYP. 
Levy, Jeffrey. 

ITCH. 

PORTRAIT. 



SEE Levine, Joseph 



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Jan.-Junc 



Lewin, John. 

COAT OF MANY COLORS. 
THE DEATi RINGER. 
THE GOOD WOMAN OF SETZUAN. 
THE PLATFORM, NOW AND THEN. 

Lewis, Hal. 

JOSHUA BEENE AND GOD. 

Llbby, Irve Lewis, Jr. 

MY OWN MAN. 
Libby, Janls Kaufman. 

MY OWN MAN. 
Liberakl, Marguerite. 

LA LUNE A FAIM. 
Lichtman, Paul. 

1 HAD A GIRLFRIEND. 

SEPARATE BOT EQUALER. 

Lichtman, Paul B. 
ROCK ON SMART. 

Lichtman, Paul Bernhard. 
DISCUSSIONS IN COMEDY. 

Llger, Christian. 
LA TOUR D' EINSTEIN. 

Lillenas Pub. Co. 

THE PRICE OF A CALF. 

A RISEN SAVIOUR. 
Limbacher, James L. 

TURKISH DELIGHT. 

Lincoln, Abraham. 
DRUM-TAPS . 

Llnd, Paula Procel. 

HAT BAR. 
Lind, Ruth. 

CHILDREN'S CLASSICS ON TAPE. 

Lindholm, Peter, pseud. 

DER FROSCHKONIG. 
Lindsey, George. 

THE KNIFE (HAS MANY BLADES) 

Lineberger, James. 

THE PLATFORM, NOW AND THEN. 

Lineberger, James Luther. 
A SONG FOR ALL SAINTS. 

Linnerson, Beth. 

THE ABC'S. 
Llnney, Romulus. 

THE DEATH OP KING PHILLIP. 

Lion, Eugene. 
CAFE-DA-FE. 

Lion, Paul. 

PUNCH AND JUDAS. 
Lion Pub. Co. , Inc. 

ALIVE FROM BOSTON ST. 

A BETTER HOME. 
Lipitz, Albert. 

THE BIG GATE. 

THE MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER. 

Lipman, Marc Joseph. 
SURELY YOU JEST. 

Lipton, Helen Duberstein. 
THE KINGDOM BY THE SEA. 
THE PLAY WITHIN. 
THE PLAYER PIANO. 

Lisbon, Marianne, pseud. SEE Volungis, 

Gertrude Diana. 
Llss, Joseph. 

THE CASE OF JOSEPH CINQUE. 

Litt, David. 

A MOMENT OF TRUTH. 
Littell, Edward M. 

WITNESS TO A STORM. 
Little, Lewis, 
TUMBLE WEEDS. 
Litton Systems, Inc. Mellonlcs Sys- 
tems Development Division. 
ABC'S OF EDP, FUNDAMENTALS OF ELEC- 
TRONIC DATA PROCESSING. 
Litvack, Barry. 

THE ANTHROPOLOGIST AND THE WHITE MAN. 
THE MAD SISTER'S SISTERS: A SEX PROB- 
LEM. 



THE ROBBERS' NEST: A FAMILY LEGACY. 

A SERIES OP THEATRE EXERCISES: A 
UNITY. 
Livingston, David. 

LOOK AT US. 
Livingston, Myra Sue. 

SO NOW WHAT DO I DO. 

Livingston (Tenn. ) Academy Class of 

1969. 

THE SCARLET LETTER. 

Lloyd ' s Bank, Ltd . 

MARTHA. (R) 

ORPHEUS. (R) 
Lockett, Herbert R. 

I WAS THERE. 

Lodge, Carter. 
SOLITAIRE. (R) 
Lodge, Thomas. 

THE WOUNDS OF CIVIL WAR. 
L6hner, Fritz. 

EL PAIS DE LA SONRISA. 

Loevinger, Lee. 

LEXONOMIC ANALYSIS AND ANTITRUST. 

LEXONOMIC ANALYSIS OF RATE REGULATION. 
LOgaji, Ben T. 

HELLO UP THERE. 
Logan, John J. 

RED-JACKET: A CRISIS ON THE SCHOOL 
PLAYGROUND. 
Loggie, Jean. 

JERICHO . 
Logiudloe, Rocco. 

I SCREAM, YOU SCREAM, WE ALL SCREAM. 

Loken, M. Christian. 
THE COMPANY FARM. 
VOYAGE TO ST. AUGUSTINE. 

Lomax, Alan. 

BLACK ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE AIR. 

Lombard!, Michael. 

WOMANNNNNNNNN. 
London, Belle E. 

RING AROUND THE MIDDLE. 

Long, George W. 
SUNSET GUN. 

Long, John Arthur. 

CARNABY. 
Look/Listen & Learn, Inc. 
AMERICAN FOLK TALES. 
[ASIAN FOLK TALES] 

Loomls, Horace B., Jr. 

PREACHER ON A POGO STICK. 

Loomis, Horace B., Sr. 

PREACHER ON A POGO STICK. 
Loomis Enterprises. 

PREACHER ON A POGO STICK. 

Lorao, Ruth, pseud, SEE Reach, James. 

Lord, Eric Meredith, pseud. SEE 
Hafferkamp, Robert Glenn. 

Lorenzini, Carlo. 

THE ADVENTURES OP PINOCCHIO. 
PINOCCKEO . 
Lorian Pub. Co., Inc. Duda Music 

Division. SEE Duda Music. 
Loring, Charles R. 
FUMES. 

Loring, Ken, pseud. SEE Wenning, 
Kenneth W. 

Losee, W. T. 
THE HAUNTED. 

Loti, Pierre. 
RAMUNTCHO. (R) 

Louis, Tobi. 
MATE A MINUTE. 

Louviere, J. Peter. 

OH DEAR, OH DEAR, I'M HERE, I PEAR. 

Love, Cornelius Ruxton, III. 

THE ADVENTURES OF HANS CHRISTIAN 
ANDERSON. 



Lovi, Stephan. 

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN. 

Lubin, Joe. 

A WATCHAMACALLIT . 
Lubin, Natalie. 

I'M GEORGE. 

Luippold, Robert Milton. 
HaOLLYWOOD. 

Lundberg, Clarice. 

ALL ABOUT THE SEWING MACHINE. 
Lyon, Bret . 

THE GREAT CARIBOU RUN. 



M 



MacAree, Macs. 

NO BAGELS IN BROOKLYN. 

TOYS. 
MacArthur, Charles. 

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. (R) 
MacArthur, Helen Hayes. 

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. (R) 

Macaulay, Pauline. 

THE ASTRAKHAN COAT. 
Maeay, Luis. 

GINAGAWA NG OMNIPOTENTENG DIYOS ANG 
TAO NA MATAGUMPAY. 
McBride, Rita B. 
WILLIAM AND MARY. 

McBrlde, Walter T. 

WILLIAM AND MARY. 
McCallum, Mrs. G. A. SEE McCallum, 
Phyllis . 

McCallum, Phyllis. 
THE VANILLA VIKING. 

McCann, Charles. 
RIP VAN WINKLE. 

McCartney, Robert G. 

FATHER GOES TO A CHRISTENING, 
McClain, Noland Milton. 
DON'T TALK. 
THE LITTLE LIAR. 
PROCESS OF ELIMINATION. 



SEE McClain, 



McClain N.M., pseud. 
Noland Milton. 

McClellan, Mildred N. 
EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT. 

McClintock, Elbert L. 

THE ROAD BACK. 
MoCloskey, John A. 

LIGHT. 
McCormack, Tom. 

AMERICAN ROULETTE. 
McCoy, Larry. 

THIS JUST IN. 

McCoy, Rose. 
COURTROOM. 

McDerraott, Miranda. 

POWER CUT. 
MacDonald, James. 

SIR JASPER. 



MacDonald, Robert David. 

SOLDIERS. 
McPall, Terry Eugene. 

WITCHES HAVE NO SENSE OF HUMOR: 
FAIRY TALE. 

McG., Allen, 
Allen R. 



pseud. SEE McGinnis, 



McGehee, Sam Day. 

SIXTEEN OLIVES MEDIUM RARE. 
MCGinnls, Allen R. 

A MEMBER'S EYE-VIEW OF ALCOHOLICS 
ANONYMOUS . 

MacGregor, Leslie. 

FROM SCENES LIKE THESE. 
McGulre, Kenneth Fred. 

GRIN AND BARE IT. 
Machlavelll, Nlccolo. 

MANDRAGOLA SIXTY-EIGHT. 



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McHugh, Patrick Joseph. 
OH, YOU'RE TICKLIN' ME. 

Mcllnay, Dean. 

TED COOK IS IN PARLOR B. 
Mcllnay-j Dean. SEE: 
Mcllnay, Robert D. 
Mcllnay, Robert Dean. 
Mcllnay, Robert D. 
ELEVATOR . 

Mcllnay, Robert Dean. 
DAMP SHEETS. 

McKenna, John V. 

THE CARING IS THE FAILING. 
197 't. 

McKenna, Thomas E. 

ESCAPE TO FREEDOM. 
A SPY FOR GENERAL GEORGE. 
MeK66n, James J. 

THE WINE PRESS. 

Mackin, Dorothy. 

THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO. 

McKinney, Jack. 

KHAKI, BUSH AND BIGOTRY. 

McKnlght, Jo Anne. 
TRAIN THROUGH HELL. 

McKown, Delos Banning. 

FIFTY LECTURES ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF 
COMMUNISM. 

McKuen, Rod. 

SOME TRAVELING MUSIC. 
MoLarn, Jack Clinton. 

GENERAL MANAGEMENT SERIES. 
MacLean, Robert. 

SIX PLAYS IN AMERICAM HISTORY. 

McMaster, Brian. 

THE ANGLE. 
MoNally, Terrence. 

SWEET EROS AND WITNESS. 
McNeil, Steve. 

CYC AD. 
McNeirney, John C. 

PRESENTATION TO THE FOUNDRY 
MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION. 

Macrae, Opal Wheeler. 

CURTAIN CALLS FOR FRANZ SCHUBERT. (R) 

Maeterlinck, Maurice. 
THE BLUE BIRD. 

Magdalany, Philip. 
BARTHOLOMEW. 
DESTINATIONS. 
ETHAN HENRY GABLE. 
MARY LOVES CECELIA. 

Maglstrettl, Paul Allan. 
BEAR. 

Maidhof, William. 

OEDGR, PRINCE OF DREAMS AND KING OF 
DISAPPOINTMENTS, GRIEFS AND WOE. 

Major, Michael J. 
CABARET OF DEATH. 
THE NORTH END. 
Malina, Judith. 
PAKADISE NOW. 

Maljean, Eugene R. 
THE KALEIDOSCOPE. 

Malleson, Lucy. 

MRS. BOOT'S LEGACY. (R) 

Mallory, Silas S. 

NOT A USELESS CAUSE. 

Mallory, William Forman, Jr. 

NOT A USELESS CAUSE. 
Malvasso, Michael Thomas, 
A MIDNIGHT OF THE SOUL. 
Manchester, Joe. 

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY. 

Mander, Charles. 
THE DETERRENT. 



Maness, Lavirence J. 

WHAT'S HAPPENING TO JEROMY, JEREOMY, 
JERROHY. 
Manger Music. 

IT'S TRUE, IT'S TRUE. 

Mango Films, Ltd. 
TAKE THAT. 

Mangold, Elva. 

THE ADVENTURES OF HANS CHRISTIAN 
ANDERSON. 

Mangold, Mark. 

RIGHT TIME. 
Manheim, Ralph. 

TANGO. 

Manisch, Howard, pseud. SEE 

Manischewitz, Howard. 
Manlsohewitz, Howard. 

THE REAL THING. 

Mann, Heinrich. 
NOT GUILTY. 

Mann, Robert J. 

NEMESIS . 
Manning, Marvin Talmadge. 

TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY SHOW AND WHERE 
THEY MAY. 
Manpower, Inc. 

MANPOWER, INC. 
Marawood, Charles. 

MRS. PLUMB AND THE SPARROW PEOPLE. 

Marc-Cab, pseud. SEE Cabridens, Marcel. 

Marootte, Michael J. 
BROTHER LOVE. 

Marcus, Harold B. 

LIGHT IN A FAR WINDOW. 

Marcus, Stanley. 

THE GALLSTONE CURSE. 

Marie, Francois. 
LA MERE. 

LA METAPHYSIQUE D'UN VEAU A DEUX 
TETES. 

Marier, John R. 
A LAND OF DREAMS. 

Marischka, E. 

THE GREAT WALTZ. 

Markham, Dewey. 
COUNTRY BOY. 
GO AHEAD AND SING. 
HELLO BILL. 
HOT PEANUTS. 
THE LETTER. 
LOVE MAKIN' BUREAU. 
MISS MONZELL. 
THE MUFFINS. 
OPEN THE DOOR RICHARD. 
THE PARTY. 
RESTAURANT SCENE. 
RITZ SERVICE. 
THE SATCHEL. 
THE SUSPICIOUS HUSBAND. 
TREAT 'EM ROUGH. 
Markham, Pigmeat. SEE Markham, Dewey. 

Markley, Robert Raskins. 
1906. 

Marks, Larry B. 

DOWN HILL DAY. 
Marlowe, Christopher. 

DOCTOR FAUSTUS. 

Marnik, Burt, pseud. SEE Welnstein, 
Stanley. 

Marques, Rene. 
THE OXCART. 

Marris, Webb Richard. 

HARRY'S SONG. 
Martens, Anne Coulter. 

THE GENERATION FLAP. 

POPULAR PLAYS FOR TEEN-AGERS. 

THESE ARE MY PEOPLE. 



SEE Weldon, 



SEE Vine en ty. 



Martens, Peter, pseud. 
Alan P. 

Martin, Charles. 

GENIUS ON THE ROCKS. 



Martin, Ernestine E. 

ANGEL OUT OP PLACE. 

THE KEY WON'T TURN. 

THE LEGEND OF THE LOST GOATS. 

THAT PURPLE CAT. 

THE THIRD WISH. 

DER ZWERG UND SEINE SACK. 
Martin, Francis B. 

THE COURTSHIP OF IVAN. 
Martin, Ruth. 

THE MAGIC FLUTE. (R) 

Martin, Thomas. 

THE MAGIC FLUTE. (Rl 

Martin, William G., Jr. 

THE SACRIFICE. 
Martinez, Frank, pseud. 

Frank Martinez. 
Martlnsen, Linda. 

TILL KINGDOM COME. 

Marvin, Melvin. 

A RATTLE OF SMALL SKELETONS. 

THE ROUNDS. 

Marx, Arthur. 

THE DIRTY TRUTH. 
Mason, Clifford Lester. 

GABRIEL. 

Mason, Kathleen. 

THE SEEKER AFTER TRUTH: MOHANDAS 
GANDHI. 
Mason, Robert Jay. 

CUSTER: A SLEEPING GIANT. 
Massion, Geraldine B. 

BLOOD IS THICKER. 
Mathew, Ray. 

KHAKI, BUSH AND BIGOTRY. 

Mathias, Alice H. 

HAY-FOOT, STRAW FOOT. (Rl 

Mathias, Michael Theodore. 

THEN WHY DOES THE PIANO HAVE NO KEYS. 

Matlock, John R. 

KISS ME NEVER AGAIN. 

Matzuran, Christoph. 

[PREVENTION & CURE OF THE DEGEN- 
ERATIVE DISEASES, PLUS OF THE 
CARDIOVASCULAR ONES, AND OF CANCER] 

Maull, Warren M. 
LOST, PARADISE. 
DAS VERLORENE PARADIES. 

Maupassant, Henri Rene Albert Guy de. 
EPIPHANY. 

Mawra, Joseph P. 
GALACTIC PATROL. 

Max, Jerome. 

THE TROUBLESOME SEXES OF PRUNELLA 
AND BLURR. 

Maxwell, Ronald F. 
THE BARRICADE. 

Mayer, J. R. 

THE CHILD STAR. 
THE COCKED HAT. 

Mayo, Margaret. 

CYPRIENNE (DIVORCONS) (R) 

Mayr, Dallas William, Jr. 

SINCE MICHEAL'S PLACE IS EXTREMELY 
HOT AT THE MOMENT, HE IS ASKING IF 
YOU WILL ALLOW HIM THE COUCH AT 
YOUR PLACE, WHICH IS COOL. 

Mays, Carl. 

THAT STUPID CHRISTMAS PLAY. 
Mays, Oris. 

ALIVE FROM BOSTON ST. 
Mazohl, Klaus. 

FAST EIN HAMLET. 



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Jan.-June 



Mead, George. 

THE BROKERS' OPERA. 
Msdia Medics, Inc. 

JIMMY AND SUSIE AT THE HOSPITAL. 

Media Plus, Inc. 

MEN OF THOUGHT, MEN OF ACTION. 

Medina, J. Lizardi. 

WEEKEND WITH THE IN-LAWS. 

Medlon, Inc. 
PLASTIC GOLD. 

Mednlck, Murray. 

THE HAWK. 
Medwellj Henry. 

A CRITICAL EDITION OF THE PIAYS OF 
HENRY MEDWELL. 

Megroth, Edward J. 
GOODMAN BROWN. 

Melchior, Peter, pseud. SEE Russak, 
Margaret Sperry. 

Mellonics Systems Development Division, 
Litton Systems, Inc. SEE Litton 
Systems, Inc. Mellonics Systems 
Development Division. 

Melville, Herman. 
BART, 

Meranze, David S. 
GILBERT. 

Mercer, David. 

BELCHER'S LUCK. 
Mercuric, John A. 

THE COMMERCIAL GAME. 

IDEAL HUSBAND. 

MR. BASEBALL FAN: THE SECOND GUESSER. 

THE PERCEPTION GAME. 

Meredith, Anne . 

MRS. BOOT'S LEGACY. (R) 

Meredith Corp. 
UN CASO CLINICO. 

Merrill, Judith S. 

ESTA NOCHE ES LA VISPERA. 

Meserve, Walter J. 

SATIRIC COMEDIES. 
Metamoi-phosis Productions, Ltd. 

GORILLA MI DC. 
Metrakos, Alexander G. 

THE GREEK BELLY DANCER. 
MetZ, Bob. 

MEE MEE. 

THE RING. 

I MUST BE HUMAN BECAUSE I WANT A 

LITTLE DOG. 
PIAY B-I. 
WHAT DO THEY FIND TO TALK ABOUT. 

Meyers, Maxine Tepper. 
THE SLEEPING BEAUTY. 

Michaels, Don, pseud. SEE Michalski, 
Donald. 

Mlchaelson, Manuel. 

A PAINT BOX TO GROW ON. 
Michalski, Donald. 
NO BED OP ROSES. 

Miohanczyk, Michael. 

LEFT ABOUT FACE. 
Michel (Albln) Editions. 

SECOND SERVICE. 

Michel, Georges. 
L' AGRESSION. 
Michele, Lorraine. SEE Seymour, 

Lorraine Michele. 
Miklos, Asztalos. 
FRANCIA NEGYES. (R) 

Miles, Cherrllyn. 
MISS T. 

Miles, Majel. 

A BIG PAY OFF. 
Mllfred, Jeffrey Bruce. 

THE DERAIIWENT OF JACKSON HURLBUTT. 
Mllgrlm, Charles. 

THE COMMERCIAL GAME. 



Miller, Arthur. 
THE PRICE. 

Miller, Carlisle. 

THE HIRSUTE PURSUIT. 

Miller, Donald M. 

WHICH WAY TO THE E-RING. 
Miller, Elizabeth Catherine. 

DEAR GYNT. 

Miller, Forney W. 

MARJORIE DAW. 
Miller, Gilbert. 

DELICATE STORY. (R) 

Miller, Helen Louise. SEE Gotwalt, 
Helen Louise Miller. 

Miller, Ingeborg M., trustee. 

THE PRICE. 
Miller, JP. 

THE PEOPLE NEXT DOOR. 
Miller, John H. 

DAMN EVERYTHING BUT THE CIRCUS. 
Miller, John W. 

THE COMIC THEATRE. 
Miller, Kathryn Bache. 

DELICATE STORY. <R) 

Miller, Margaret L. 
WILD ESCAPADE. 

Miller, Norman. 

SCHWARTZ' INFERNO. 
Miller, Richard A. 

THE SHAPE WE'RE IN. 
Miller, Robin. 
DAMES AT SEA. 

Miller, Tom. 
BLOW DIRT. 
THE UGLY. 

Miller, Victor B. 

TWENTY-FIVE CENTS FOR EACH ADDITIONAL 
WORD. 
Miller, Walter James. 
JOSEPH IN THE PIT. 

Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
ADDITION IN OTHER BASES. 

ADDITION OF FRACTION, PART III. 

THE ALAMO, SAN JACINTO, AND THE 
REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. 
ANCIENT NUMBER SYSTEMS. 

ANIMALS IN TRANSPORTATION. 

THE ASSASSINATION OF LINCOLN. 

THE BEE. 

BEGINNING DEMOCRACY: ANCIENT GREECE. 
THE BINARY NUMBER SYSTEM. 

CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, AND NEW MEXICO, 

A REGIONAL HISTORY. 
THE CARD CATALOG. 

CHANGING A DECIMAL TO PERCENT. 

CHANGING STATES OF MATTER. 

CLOCK ARITHMETIC: ADDITION. 

CLOCK ARITHMETIC, MULTIPLICATION. 

CLOCK ARITHMETIC - PROBLEMS. 

CLOCK ARITHMETIC: SUBTRACTION. 

COLUMBUS DAY. 

COMMODORE PERRY IN JAPAN. 

COMPLETE FACTORIZATION. 

THE COMPOUND SENTENCE. 

COMPUTATIONS WITH PHYSICAL MEASURE- 
MENTS. 

COMPUTER PARTS. 

THE COMPUTER PROCESS. 

CONTINUATION OF INTRODUCTION TO THE 
THERMOMETER, 2 DEGREE GRADATIONS. 

CONTINUATION OP THE THERMOMETER, 

FREEZING, ABOVE AND BELOW ODD NUM- 
BER DEGREES. 

CONVERTING FROM BASE 10. 
THE COSINE FUNCTION. 

DATA PROCESSING MACHINES. 

THE DECIMAL SYSTEM. 

DEMOCRACY BEGINNING: ANCIENT ROME. 
DEMOCRACY BEGINNING: CODIFICATION 
OF LAW. 

DEWEY DECIMAL SYSTEM, NO.l. 



DEWEY DECIMAL SYSTEM NO. 2. 
THE DISCOVERY OP GOLD. 
DISCUSSION SKILLS. 
THE DUODECIMAL SYSTEM. 
EMERGING AFRICA IN THE LIGHT OF ITS 

PAST. 
EVOLVING OPEN SENTENCES FROM GRAPHS. 
EXAMINING A BEAN SEED. 
EXPANDED FORM USING EXPONENTS. 
FINDING PERCENT OP A NUMBER. 
FINDING THE PERCENT ONE NUMBER IS OP 

ANOTHER. 
THE FLIGHT OF' CHARLES A. LINDBERGH. 
FOOD AS OUR FUEL. 
FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT. 
FREEDOM OF RELIGION: HISTORY. 
FREEDOM OP RELIGION: NOW. 
FULTON'S FOLLY. 

GRAPHING EQUALITY AND INEQUALITY 
SENTENCES . 
GRAPHING THE COMPOUND SENTENCE. 
HOW BIG SHOULD A MAP BE. 
HOW MUCH CHANGE. 
HOW TO ASK A QUESTION. 
HOW TO FIND A BOOK IN A LIBRARY. 
THE IDENTITY ELEMENTS. 
INDIRECT MEASUREMENT, NO. 2. 
INDIRECT MEASUREMENT, N0.5- 
INDIRECT MEASUREMENT: SQUARES, SQUARE 

ROOTS. 
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS. 
AN INTRODUCTION TO PROPORTIONS. 
INTRODUCTION TO SIGNAL MATH NO.l. 
INTRODUCTION TO SIGNAL MATH NO. 2. 
INTRODUCTION TO SYLLABLES. 
INTRODUCTION TO THE THERMOMETER, 
10° GRADATIONS. 
JOHN BROWN'S RAID ON HARPER'S FERRY. 
LEAST COMMON MULTIPLE. 
LEWIS & CLARK. 
THE LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATES & 

LINCOLN'S FIRST INAUGURAL. 
THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE. 
MEANING OF RATIO. 
MONROE DOCTRINE. 
MORSE AND THE TELEGRAPH. 
MULTIPLICATION IN OTHER BASES. 
MULTIPLICATION OF FRACTIONS, NO. 5. 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, NO.l: STRINGS. 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, NO.l: WIND 

INSTRUMENTS. 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, NO. 3: PERCUSSION. 
NEW ENGLAND, A REGIONAL HISTORY. 
OPEN PHRASE AND OPEN SENTENCE. 
OPEN SENTENCE: READING AND 

INTERFEETING. 
OPEN SENTENCE: SOLUTION. 
ORIENTATION PROGRAM SOUND ON SLIDE. 
OTHER BASES, CONVERTING TO BASE 10. 
OUR SHRINKING WORLD. 
THE PANAMA CANAL. 
PERCENTS GREATER THAN lOOjS. 
PER CENTS LESS THAM 1%. 
PHOTOSYNTHESIS. 
PRIME NUMBERS. 
PROBLEM SOLVING: ENOUGH INFORMATION 

GIVEN. 
PROBLEM SOLVING - PARTS OP A PROBLEM. 
PROBLEM SOLVING, STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED. 
PROBLEM SOLVING: TOO MUCH 

INFORMATION. 
PROBLEM SOLVING, USING WHAT YOU KNOW. 
PROPORTION. 

PROPORTIONS AND INDIRECT MEASUREMENT. 
PROPORTIONS-COMPLEX FRACTIONS. 
THE PURCHASE OF ALASKA. 
READING WRITTEN PROBLEMS. 
RECOGNITION CC (KK) 
RECOGNITION CONSONANT B. 
REFERENCE BOOKS, NO.l. 
REFERENCE BOOKS, NO. 2. 
ROUNDING OFF IN PHYSICAL MEASUREMENT. 
ROUNDING OFF: SPECIAL CASES. 

SIGNAL MATH NO.?. 
SIGNAL MATH, NO.U. 



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THE SINE FUNCTION. 

SLIDE RULE: DIVISION. 
SLIDE RULE: MULTIPLICATION. 

SLIDE RULE: PERCENT. 

SLIDE RULE: PROPORTIONS. 
SLIDE RULE: SQUARES, SQUARE ROOTS. 
SOLVING THE INEQUALITY SENTENCE. 
SUBTRACTION IN OTHER BASES. 
THE SURRENDER AT APPOMATTOX. 
SYLLABLES: PREFIXES. 
SYLLABLES: SUFFIXES. 
TAKING NOTES. 
THE TANGENT FUNCTION. 
TESTS FOR DIVISIBILITY. 
THE THERMOMETER, BOILING POINT AND 

SUB ZERO DEGREES. 
TRANSPORTATION. 
THE TREASURE HUNT. 
U. S. GRANT, THE SOLDIER. 
USING A RULER, NO.l. 
USING A RULER NO. 2. 
A VISIT TO JAPAN. 
WALKING SOUNDS. 
WHAT IS A SCALE. 
WOODROW WILSON. 
WORLD WAR I ARMISTICE. 
Minotaur Film Productions, Inc. 

MR. G.A. IN X. 
Minshull, Evelyn. 

STAIK A SUCKLING FAWN. 
Mir, Sandra, pseud. SEE Emond, 

Lucille E. 
Mitchell, Damlan. 
THE HAPPY WHORE. 
IF. 

THAT'S ONE OF MY MOTHER'S JOKES. 
WAY OFF BROADWAY. 

Mitchell, Mary. 
THE LOVE CHILD. 

Mitchell, Rebecca W. 
THE DRAGON'S SECRET. 

Mitchell, Virginia, pseud. SEE 
George, Charles. 

Mittenthal, Esther Horensteln. 
TWO BEAUTIFUL COMFORTER COVERS. 

Miyasakl, Joe. 

ONCE UPON A TIME. 
Moeslein, Mary Elizabeth. 

A CRITICAL EDITION OF THE PIAYS OF 
HENRY MEDWELL. 

Moffitt, Roy B. 

SECRETARIES, WHAT ROLES DO THEY PLAY. 

Moliere, pseud. SEE Poquelln, Jean 

Baptiste. 
Moline, Perre Louis. 
ORPHEUS. fR) 

Moller, Chester W. 

THE FIREMEN'S PRAYER. 
Molnar, Ferenc. 

DELICATE STORY. (R) 

WAXWORKS. (R) 
Molnar, Lili Darvas. 

DELICATE STORY. (R) 
WAXWORKS. (R) 
Monaco, Richard. 

CHANGE OF LIFE. 

Mondragon, Magdalena. 
PORQUE ME DA LA GANA. 

Mondshein, Kenneth. 
THE PACKAGE. 
Monte, Hugo. 

EL PAIS DE LA SONRISA. 
Montefiore, Gene T. 

THREE TARS IN A TUB. 
Montgomery, L. M. 

A GIRL CALLED KIIMENY. 
Montgomery, Robert H. , Jr., trustee. 

FORTY CARATS. 

Montoro, Edward L. 
KRISTEN. 
Moor, Edward. SEE Kornberg, Edward. 



Moore, Douglas. 
CARRY NATION. 

Moore, Glen T. 

THE STORY OF THE THREE LITTLE NOTES, 
DO, RE AND MI. 

Moore, Grace E. 

THE FIVE FOOLISH AND THE FIVE WISE 
VIRGINS . 
Moore, Mrs. Leon. SEE Moore, Sonia. 
Moore, Sonia. 

THE MARRIAGE PROPOSAL. 

Moraitis, Nicoclis. 
THE INN. 

Morehouse, Robert L. 

A THEORY OP GRAVITATION. 

htorel, Maria, pseud. SEE Hackshaw, 
Leotha M. 

Moreland, Donald Wells. 

JUDITH AND HOLOFERNES. 
Moreno, Ralph. 

RIGHTS . 

Morgan, James. P., Ill 
PHENOMENON. 

Morgan, Ronald Bruce. 
1906. 

Merino, Philip, Sr. 
ROOM AND BOARD. 

Morka, B. John. 

OF HAPPY HEARTS AND HORSES. 

Morley, Christopher. 

THE TROJAN HORSE. (R) 
Morley, Christopher, Jr. 

THE TROJAN HORSE. (R) 

Morley, Clarence. 
PLAY. 

Morning, Glenn L. ^ 

HVA KAN MAN STOLE PA. 
Morpurgo, Helga. 

GETTING DARK FOR WINTER. 

Morris, John. 

YOUNG ANDY JACKSON. 
Morris, Thomas Baden. 

POR A WOMAN OR TWO. (R) 
PROGRESS TO POTHERINGHAY. (R) 
Morrison, Dorothy. 

THE WHAD'YA KNOW SHOW. 

Mortraan, Mike. 

THE RELUCTANT BACHELOR. 
Morton, Robert M. 

MIRACLE OP THE SUN. 
Moschino, Arigardo. 

DON JUAN DE MANARA. (R) 
Moschino, Ettore. 

DON JUAN DE MANARA. (R) 
Moses, Peter T. 

THE LITTLE LIES MARRIED PEOPLE TELL. 
Motman, Angelique A. van. 

DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP: DE 
OPLOSSING VOOR DE PROBLEMEN VAN 
DEZE TIJD. 
Mt. San Jacinto College, Oilman Hot 
Springs, Calif. Junior College 
District. 

HOW TO PLAN FILMSTRIP TAPE MULTI- 
MEDIA LESSONS. 
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. 
THE MAGIC FLUTE. fRl 
TURKISH DELIGHT. 

Mrozek, Slawomlr. 
SECOND SERVICE. 
TANGO. 
Mueller, Donald A. 

ONLY YOU, DICK DANLEY, CAN SAVE US 
NOW. 
Mullins, Larry Curtis. 

TROUBLE MAKING POOL. -X" " 

Mulryan, Hugh F. 

CONVEYCRETE REVOLUTIONIZES MOVEMENT 
ON NON-SOLID CONCRETE. 



Munzer, Eleanor Roe. 
AMERICAN LOVE. 
GREAT GRANDMOTHER. 

Murphey, Kathryn Elizabeth. 
JOHANN AND CHRISTEL. 
TOIRIDHE. 

Murphy, Mervyn J. 
THE PARLOR GAME. 

Murphy, Owen Laurence. 

THE OUTCASTS. 
Musco, Angelo. 

IL GATTOPARDO. 
Musselman, M. M. 

HONEYMOON IS OVER 
Myers, Bernard. 

THE JELLYBEAN FACTORY 

Myles, Nicholas J. 

WALKING IN THE DARK. 



(R) 



N 



Mamanworth, Philip. 
BEEN DEHE. 

Nance, James C. 

THE HERO. 
Nanovic, Vojislav. 

MAN AND WOLVES. 

Nardacci, Michael Louis. 

AKHNATON. 
Nash, N. Richard. 
INCOGNITO. (R) 
INDIAN SIGN. (R) 
PARTING AT IMSDORF. (R ) 
SECOND BEST BED. (R) 



Nash, Ronald. 

THE PIGEONS OF ST. 



PATRICK'S. 



Nast (Conde) Publications, Inc. 
THE SHADOW. (Rl 

National Cash Register Co. 

DEPARTMENTIZING POR PROFITS. (R) 
PROFITABLE POOD MERCHANDISING. fRi 
THE WEAKNESS OP UNPROTECTED WRITTEN 
RECORDS. (R) 

National General Productions, Inc. 
DADDY'S GONE A-HUNTING. 

National Leadership Methods, Inc. 

FOR SELF AND OTHERS: AN INTRODUCTION 
TO THE HUMAN SIDE OF MANAGEMENT. 
THE HUMAN STRUGGLE. 

POPULARITY VS. LEADERSHIP: AN INTRO- 
DUCTION TO THE PROBLEM. 

Nazarene Pub. House. SEE Llllenas 

Pub. Co. 
Nebraska. University. Press. 
THE COMIC THEATRE. 
THE PAIR PENITENT. 
THE WOUNDS OP CIVIL WAR. 
Neil, Cornells B. van. SEE Van Neil, 

Cornells B. 
Nellhaus, Gerhard. 

ROMULUS . 
Nelson, Helene Eckel. 
PERIOD PIECE. 
Nelson, Marjorie Louise 

MARY OP MAGDALA. 
Nesbit, Robert G. 

GENERAL MANAGEMENT SERIES. 
Nestroy, Johann. 
THREE PARTIES. 
Neubauer, Irmgard. 

WAS 1ST DAS GUTE, DAS WIRKLICH 
BEPRIEDIGT . 
Neugeboren, Jay. 

BLACK CAIN. 
Neville, Kenneth De Lacey. 

KRAIT. 
N-^Yre-: Dept. of Social Services. 

Bureau of Child Welfare. Office of 

Training. 

BURNT LIPS IN SILENCE. 



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Newman, Abe L. 
BILLY. 

Newmarij Benjamin W. 
A PRIVATE COLLECTION. 

NlcholSj Blanche S. 
LONESOME TRUMPET. 



Nichols, Mabel. 
Mabel Nichols . 



SEE Perryman, 



Nichols, Robert Edward. 
THE EMPTY BANDWAGON. 

Nicola, Ion. 

NINE LOVERS IN HELL. 

Nicolaeff, Ariadne. 
THE PROMISE. 

Nightingale, Earl. 

GREAT IDEAS FOR STAYING ALIVE. 

Nlghtlngale-Conant Corp. 

GREAT IDEAS FOR STAYING ALIVE. 

Nikola jew, Jane. 

DIG THAT CRAZY FAMILY TREE. 
Nlssen, Arlys Marie. 

PROSPER. 
Nolan, Malre. 

HOLY NIGHT. 
Norback, Peter George. 

NO BIRDS IN THESE BUSHES. 
Nord, Myrtle S. 

HIGH DIDDLE DIDDLE. 

Nord, Mrs. Warren E. SEE Nord, 
Myrtle S. 

Horeault, Robert C. 

AUCTION; SATURDAY, 12 NOON. 
NoMnan, Fred B. 

GO FIGURE. 

Normand, Suzanne. 

VIENNE CHANTE ET DANSE. 

Norton (W. W. ) & Co., Inc. 

THE FIRST FOLIO OF SHAKESPEARE. 
HENRY THE FOURTH, PART I. 

Nosanow, Barbara Field. 

JOHNNY TREMAIN. 

THE LATE SHOW. 

THE LITTLE MERMAID. 
Noveck, Fima H. 

PLANET 14405. 
Novello & Co., Ltd. 

HEROD, DO YOUR WORST. 

TURKISH DELIGHT. 

UNDER WESTERN EYES. 

Nuchtern, Jean. 
THE HOLD-UP. 
SEMI-ATTACHED. 

Nugent, Elliott. 

THE MALE ANIMAL. (R) 



Nusbaum, N. Richard, pseud. 
Nash, N. Richard. 



SEE 



o 



Oates, Marlienne Joella. 

CONSIDER HOW YOU WAIK WITH GOD. 

Obaldla, Rene de. 

ESSAIS RADIOPHONIQUES. 
ET A LA FIN ETAIT LE BANG. 
Oboler, Arch. 

MADAME AFPAMEE. (R) 

PROBLEM PAPA. (R) 
O'Brien, Geoffrey Paul. 

THE DOOMSDAY PARTY. 

O'Brien, Jane T. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS. 
O'Brien, Maurice N. 
MUTT JUTE GIRLIE. 



O'Brien, Michael L. C. 
O'Brien, Maurice N. 



pseud. SEE 



O'CealluE, Slobhan, pseud. SEE 
Ryder, Joan T. Kelly. 

Odell, David. 

THE GENIUS AND THE GUNFIGHTER. 
Odets, Clifford. 

CLASH BY NIGHT. (B.) 

Odets., Nora. 

CLASH BY NIGHT. (R) 
Odets, Walt Whitman. 
CLASH BY NIGHT. (R) 

Odze, Meyer. 

THE BAD HUMOR MAN. 

firk^ny, Istvdn. 
LA FAMILLE TOT. 

O'Halloran, Maura, pseud. SEE 

Halloran, Marguerite Anne. 
Ohler, Emil. 

EVENTS ALONG THE BERLIN WALL. 

O'Keeffe, Aidan Arthur. 

THE NEW GREEN. 
Okubo, Ferry Tagle. 

GIHAGAWA NG OMNIPOTENTENG DIYOS ANG 
TAO NA MATAGUMPAY. 

Oleri, Ernesto. 

EVENTS ALONG THE BERLIN WALL. 

Oliphant, Robert T. 

LOST BOY: A JAZZ PLAY. 

Oliver, Tom, pseud. SEE: 
Crehore, Thomas. 
Crehore, Thomas Oliver. 

Olsen, Klrt M. 

FROM THE EAGLE'S BED. 

Olsen, Marlon L. 

THEY WERE A BACKWARD PEOPLE. 

Olson, Esther E. 

COTTAGE FOR SALE, (R) 
PROM KING. fR) 

Olson, Lynn Freeman. 

THE AMAZING, SPINE-TINGLING ADVENTURES 
OF MAUDE AND CLAUDE. 

Olson, Selraa Pearl. 

WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO CHANNEL ONE. 
O'Malley, Martin J. 

RUBY OF BALTIMORE. 

'Morrison, Kevin. 

THE LONG WAR. 
TRIAL BY FIRE. 
Opatoshu, Danny. 

THE GROUPIES. 

Oppenhelmer, Joel. 

THE GREAT AMERICAN DESERT. 

Orkow, Ben. 

TILL MURDER US DO PART. 

Orr, Mary C. 
THE DIVORCEES. 

Ortal, America Yolanda. 

UN PUNTO QUE SE PIERDE EN LA DIS- 
TANCIA. 

Orton, Joe. 

ENTERTAINING MR. SLOANE. 

LOOT. 

Osbbi-n, Paul. 

HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA. (R) 

Osborn, Ruth. 

A TRIBUTE TO THE STAR SPANGLED 
BANNER. (R) 

Osborne, John. 

INADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE. 

Osborne (John) Productions, Ltd. 
INADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE. 

Osbourne, Lloyd. 
THE WRONG BOX. 

Osburn, Jlmmie R. 

UTOPIA LIMITED. 
O'Shea, John Donald. 

PANTY RAID. 



Osnato, Anthony. 

A GIRL CALLED KIIMENY. 

Ostrov, Jon W. 
TO A MAN. 

Ostrov, Jon William. 

IN THE BEGINNING, I CREATED MANY 
GOOD THINGS. 

Ostrovsky, Alexander. 

FIVE PLAYS OF ALEXANDER OSTROVSKY. 
0' Sullivan, Michael. 

GRAND PARADE TO PARADISE. 
Otis, James. 

TOBY TYLER. (R) 
Our House. 

10-2 DOUBLE PLUS. 

Owen, Alun. 
SHELTER . 

Owen, Mack. 

bang; bang; you're dead. 

Owen, Paul H. 
THE MATRIARCH. 
Owsley, Lon 0. 

LIFE'S LOST HIGHWAY. 



Packer, Nancy Huddleston. 
SAM. 

Pagnol, Marcel. 

OEUVRES COMPLETES. 
Palange, Anthony, Jr. 
FAIRYTALE . 

Palmer, Raymond. 

OEDIPUS THE KING. 
Panas, Alexander. 

THE RETURN OF NICK GEORGE. 
TWO SIDES OF THE COIN. 
Pannain, Guido. 

DON JUAN DE MANARA. (R) 

Papalardo, William Arthur. 
BE PATIENT, GRISELDA. 

Papell, Stan. 

MERRILY, MERRILY, MERRILY, MERRILY. 
Paper, Henry Alan. 

THE DERAIIMENT OF JACKSON HURLBUTT. 

Paper Bag Players, Inc. 
SCRAPS . 

Paris, Leonard A. 
UP IN THE AIR. 

Parker, Douglass. 
FOUR COMEDIES. 
THREE COMEDIES. 

Parker, Edwin S. 

WITNESS FOR THE CITY. 

Parker, Howard Klpp, Jr. 
THE THIRD EYE OF CARIOCA. 

Parker, Joan. 

YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 
MATTHEW HENSON, EXPLORER. 

Parkway, Penny, pseud. 
Maryanne. 

Parman, Frank. 
AN AVALANCHE. 

Parson, Mary Jean. 

THE YEARS OF JUBILO. 
Paster czyk, Edward. 

THE LOUD MOUTHS. 

Pastemack, Boris. 

SLEPAJA KRASAVICA. 
Pathways To Children's Literature, Inc. 

COLONIAL AMERICAN ROUND-UP. 

Patrlcelll, Martin L. 

THE RANSOM OP CANTAQUAY. 



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SEE Lamb, 



SEE Schwartz, 



Patrick, John. 

THE GOOD SAMARITANS. 
SCANDAL POINT. 

Patrick, Joseph, pseud. 

Joseph P. 
Patterson, Gardner. 

GLOBE HOTEL. 

Paul, Jonathan, pseud. 
Jonathan. 

Paul, Paula Griffith. 
A DEGREE OF MURDER. 

Paulson, Arvld. 

BIG KLAS AND LITTLE KLAS. (R) 

THE NIGHTINGALE OF WITTENBERG (LUTHER) 

Pavel, Frances K. 

THE LION AND THE MOUSE. 
Peardon, Patricia Cameron. SEE 

Homer, Patricia Cameron Peardon. 

Pearlman, Errol. 

DORIAN, NEW MUSIC THEATRE. 

Pechkam, Danal. 

KHWAM Ml AMNAT THUKYANG KH2NG 

PHRACHAO THAM HAI MANUT PHOP 

KHWAM MI CHAICHANA. 
Pell, Howard. SEE Pell, Otto. 

Pell, Otto. 

FORT KNOX, MY LOVE. 
Pellemeier, Greg A. 

THE FALL AND RISE OF SANTA CLAUS. 

Pennsylvania. University. Trustees. 

CAIUS MARIUS. 
Peragallo, Mario. 

LO STENDARDO DI SAN GIORGIO. (R) 
pergoles. 

MUSIC MASTER. (R) 

Perkins, Carl. 
COWBOY SUIT. 
terotto, Stephany Joanne. 

IT'S THE QUALITY THAT COUNTS. 

Perrein, Marie Claude Barbe-. SEE 
Barbe-Perrein, Marie Claude. 

Perrein, Michele, pseud. SEE Barbe- 
Perrein, Marie Claude. 

Perrin, Peine Salnte Marie. SEE 
Claudel, Reine Salnte Marie Perrin. 

Perry, Leslie David. 

THE SIDE SHOW. 
Ferryman, Mabel Nichols. 

THE AFFAIRS OF THE JUNGLE KINGDOM. fR) 



SEE Regen- 



Persico, Mario. 
LA LOCANDIERA. 



(R) 



Personal Success Skills. 

PAST READING FOR SUCCESS. 
Peshkov, Alexey Maximovlch. 

YEGOR BULICHOV. 
Peterson, Gale F. 

THE OGRE COLLECTOR. 

Petrella, Frank Peter. 
THE PASSION COOKIE. 

Petrillo, Saimny. 

THE ARMY NEEDS YOU, MARVIN. 

Petrone, Gianna. 

BORN OUT OF SUMMER. 

Petrov, Eugen. 

THE TWELVE CHAIRS. 

Pettibone, John Francis. 
THE PETALS ARE FALLING. 

Pezzulo, Salvatore Anthony. 
A SONG FOR THE FIRST OF MAY. 

Phelps, Jack T. 

THE BACHELOR'S TOMORROW. 

Phelps, Robert. 
COLETTE . 

Phillips, Andrew D. 

WHAT CAN I DO FOR GOD. 
Thillips, Calvin Lynn. 

THE TRUE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS. 



SEE Wilkinson, 



Phillips, Frank, III. 
DEATH OF THE KING. 
A KISS IN THE DARK. 
A PARTY OF ONE. 
TILL KINGDOM COME. 

Phlllpps, Louise, pseud, 
baum, Kenneth . 

Phillips, Wendell, Jr. 

THE MEETING GROUND. 
Philly 5-7 Prod., Inc. 

A TELEVISION SPECIAL ON SOUTH 
PHILLY' S STABS. 

Plocard, Henri, pseud. SEE Fickhardt, 
Harry. 

Pickhardt, Harry. 
MARCO'S MAGIC. 

Pierce, Aaron. 

LOVE KNOWS NO COLOR. 
Pierce, Carl Webster. 

ALIBIS, LIMITED. (R) 

Pierce, Frank L., Jr. 
HEWBIRD. 

Pierre, Don, pseud. 
Richard Hill. 

Pilditch, Charles. 
THE OXCART. 

Plller, Ruth Roberts. 

THE LEGEND OF TWELVE MOONS. 

Pllpel, Harriet F. 

THE LAND IS BRIGHT. (R) 
STAGE DOOR. (R) 
THREE ACTS. ( R) 

Plmley, Cajan Lee. 
THE MASTER BEDROOM. 

Plmley, John T. 

THE MASTER BEDROOM. 

Plncus, Irvin. 

GREAT WHITEWASH. (R) 
Pinkney, Ida Wilson. 

TREES OF EDEN. 
Wnter (H.) Ltd. 

THE COLLECTION AND THE LOVER. 

THE HOMECOMING. 

TEA PARTY. 
Finter, Harold. 

THE COLLECTION AND THE LOVER. 

THE HOMECOMING. 

A SLIGHT ACHE. 

TEA PARTY. 

Pinto, Mary A. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW WIFE. 

Ploreck, Richard. 

THE TROUBLE WITH THIS GENERATION. 

Plotrowski, Andrew. 
RISING STAR. 

^""TH^AiffiRICM ALL-UNIVERSAL POP TOP 
SACRED COW CAPER. 
THE VISITOR. 
Pitt, David G. 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL. 
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS. 
CORIOLANUS . 
KING JOHN. 

Pitt, George R. 

PERSON OR PERSONS UNKNOWN. 

Pitt, Philip, pseud. SEE Pittoff, 
Philip. 

Pittoff, Philip. 

LUTHER & ERASMUS. 
Plays, Inc. 

FIFTY PLAYS FOR HOLIDAYS. 

Pleva, Ruth. 

WANNA HEAR LUCK. 
Piomer, William. 
THE PRODIGAL SON. 



Plonkey, Kenneth Dale. 

TRANSLATIONS OF THREE PLAYS BY LOPE 
DE VEGA: LA MOZA DE CANTARO, EL 
ACERO DE MADRID, AND POR LA PUENTE, 
JUANA; WITH AN INVESTIGATION OF 
THEIR DRAMATIC FORM. 
Polique, Jardin, pseud. 
HARRUMPH. 

Pollack, John David. 
RING AROUND THE ROSES. 

Pollard, Suzanne. 
RUZZANTE . 

Pollock, Carol. SEE Polique, 

Jardin, pseud. 
Pomplllo, Victor A. 

A FOOL THERE WAS, HE TRADED HIS 
MANSION FOR A HOLE IN THE SWAMP. 

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE. 

SMOKE CREEK RANCH. 

WHEEL CHAIR PLAN, 

Poole, Donald Gerald. 
TURN DOWN THE MUSIC. 

Popper, Kenneth. 
THE RH FACTOR. 

Popplewell, Jack. 
MOTHER'S DAY OUT. 

Poquelin, Jean Baptiste. 

THE MISANTHROPE AND OTHER PLAYS. 

SCAPIN. 
LE TARTUFFE. 

Porcel, Paula. SEE Lind, Paula Porcel. 

Porter, Cole. 

LET'S FACE IT. (R) 

Porter, Edward S. 

ROADBLOCK. 
Porter, Edward Sefton. 

LOVE IN THE PARSON'S PARLOR. 

Porter, Fannie C. 
BEDSIDE MANOR. 

Porter, William Sydney. 

GREENWICH VILLAGE, 1910. 
Possony, Stefan T. 
ON MODELS. 
Pot, pseud. SEE Naraanworth, Philip. 

Poucher, Dean J. 
THE INVESTIGATORS. 
THE SPECIAL INVESTIGATORS. 

Powell, Edith. 

HI, AMIGOS. 
Powell, Leroy Emerson. 

YOUR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED. 

Powell, Percival H. 

THE WISE ONES. 
Powell, Piers. SEE Powell, Percival H. 

Powers, Verne. 

ROADBLOCK. 
Powers, Virginia Carolyn. 

THE PLUTTERBY. 
Prentice-Hall, Inc. 

FORMS OF DRAMA. 

LE TARTUFFE. 

Presser (Theodore) Co. 
THE NIGHT OF THE STAR. 
Pressly, Edward. 

REPORT NO. 69290064, SUBMITTED FOR 
INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR TOWN 
PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE, 1969. 
Preston, Michael P. 
A THING OF BOOTY. 
Price, Naomi. 

WIE WIR ANDEKEN HELFEN KONNEN. 

Price, Sherman. 

THE SCHOONER BAY CAPER. 
Prideaux, James. 

THE AUTOGRAPH HOUND. 

THE LAST OF MRS. LINCOLN. 

LEMONADE. 

POSTCARDS . 



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Prideaux, Joan. 

IMMORTAL MORTAL. 
Prlgraore, George. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 

Princeton University Press. 

THE MAJOR COMEDIES OF ALEXANDER 
PREDRO. 

Pringle, Ronald J. 
THE FINGER MEAL. 

Producers, Inc. 
THE BODY EXPERT. 
GROWING. 
Professional Arts, Inc. 

YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 

DR. DANIEL WILLIAMS, SURGEON. 
YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 

GARRETT A. MORGAN, HERO- INVENTOR . 
YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 

GARRETT MORGAN, INVENTOR. 

YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 
MATTHEW HENSON, EXPLORER. 

YOUR ADVENTURE IN BLACK HISTORY WITH 
ROBERT SMALLS, SLAVE HERO-CONGRESS- 
MAN. 

Programmed System, Inc. Billings 
(Zeb) Music Pub. Co. Division. SEE 
BillinKS (Zeb) Music Pub. Co. 
Protasevich, Emil V. 

A WAY TO HIDE YOUR MONEY IN INSURANCE. 

Provost, Consuela M. 
WHAT'S ITS NAME. 

Puetz-Lang, Petra. 
DIVING FOR LOVE. 

P'jget, Claude-Andre. 
THE HAPPY DAYS. (R) 

Pugsley, William. 

THE BEAK AND THE FEATHER. 

Pulaski, Charles A. 
INTERRUPTED. 

Pullman, Saul. 

THE MALE PUSSY. 

Purdom, J. Robert. 

HANG-UP. 
Pyne, Kathleen. 

AS THE COIN FALLS. 



Quave, Mackie. 

THE INVESTIGATORS. 
Queensland. University, Brisbane. 

Press. 

KHAKI, BUSH AND BIGOTRY. 

Qulat, Lillian. 

THE YELLOW BICYCLE. 

Qulnn, Robert L. 

WHAT'S WRONG WITH SPINOZA. 

Quint, Beverly. 
KING BRANIK. 



R 



RKO General, Inc. 

THE HISTORY OF ROCK AND ROLL. 
Raskin, Eugene. 

ONE'S A CROWD. (R) 

Rabe, David W. 

THE BASIC TRAINING OF PAVLO HUMMEL. 
BONES. 

Raby, Peter. 

THE LAST SUPPER. 
Rader, Carol E. 

JATAKA. 

Raffaele, Pla R. 
UN CASO CLINICO. 



Ragsdale, Jack. 

THEY ARE JUST AWAY. 

Ragsdale, Ramona. 

THE DREAM-MAKER. 
Ralken, Lawrence. 

STOP 13: THE COLLEGE OP WILLIAM & 
MARY. 
RAkowltz, Eleanor carr. 
WANNA HEAR LUCK. 

Ramal, Bill. 

ON CAMPUS. 
Rames, H. B. 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. 
Rampa, T. Lobsang. 

MEDITATION. 
Rand, Ayn. 

NIGHT OF JANUARY I6TH. 

Randall, Bob, pseud. SEE Goldstein, 

Stanley. 
Random House, Inc. 

CLASSICS FOR CONTEMPORARIES: OLD 
DRAMAS FOR NEW THEATERS. 

Rankin, Martha Frazer. 
STORM TREE. 

Rao, Chintalapudy Purnachandra. 

OUTCASTS . 

Raposa, Robert. 
RADO. 

Rasey, M. G. 

HEIDI. 

Ratcliffe, Ronald V. 
MASTER WILL. 



Ravel, Avlva, 
Eva. 



pseud. SEE Rubalsky, 



Raw lings, Paul B. 
DIRTY WORK. 

Rawlins, James Edward. 
DEAR ANN LANDERS. 

Ray, Lawrence Earl. 

REACH HIGH, BUT DON'T GRAB. 
Rayfield, Gordon E. 

LIKE MEN. 

Reach, James. 

GIRL FROM NOWHERE. (R) 
Reardon, William J. 

HAMMOND STREET STATION JONES. 

Reardon, William R. 
SATIRIC COMEDIES. 

Redding, Harlow. 
BASIC SANITATION. 

Reed, Joel M. 

I AM THE LANDLORD. 
Re^ld, Nathaniel Edward. 

A SWIFT KICK. (R) 

Reese, Ray D. 

A PLACE CALLED HALLOWEEN. 



SEE Ellstein, 



Regan, Sylvia. 
Sylvia Regan. 



Regenbaum, Kenneth . 
JUICE. 

Register & Tribune Syndicate, Inc. 

TUMBLEWEEDS . 
Reichbach, Eugen. 

IF WE DO EVERYTHING THE PUBLIC WANTS, 

WE WILL LAND IN A BORDELLO. 
THE ROSEBUSH IN THE DESERT. 
Reichert, H. 

THE GREAT WALTZ. 
Relehman, Thomas. 

CHANGE OF LIFE. 

Reld, Allen. 
THE KITE. 

Reiner, Jay. 

THE CANDY STORE. 
Relnow, Bert. 

THE GREEN RIVER RENDEZVOUS, I968. 
Reiss, A.G. 

PLAY STRINDBERG. 



Renard, Jules. 
RED. 
Renfield, Robert. 

A VERY HONORABLE GUY. 
Renn, Woodrow Daniel. 

COUNTDOWN TO SURVIVAL. 

SALES DEMONSTRATION. 
Renn Enterprises, Ltd. 

COUNTDOWN TO SURVIVAL. 

J. P. GREENWAY. 

SALES DEMONSTRATION. 

Renno, Edward L. 
THE LONELIES. 

Renthal, Sidney. 

THE DESERT DWELLERS. 
Research Institute of Selective 

Education, Markham, 111. 

YOUR IMAGE, THE MIND AND YOU. 

Ressman, Tamara. 
THE TELESYMBOL. 

ReVelle, Charles S. 

STREAM QUALITY: THE PROCESSES AND 
EVENTS IN THE STREAM EXPOSED TO 
ORGANIC POLLUTION. 

Reyher, Loren D. 
JASON. 

Reynolds, Alice P. 
HER OWN PARADISE. 

Reynolds, Billle. 

THE WRONG BOX. 
Reynolds, Jean Flynn. 

A GIRL CALLED KIIMENY. 
Reynolds, Sidney 0. 

THE GREEN RIVER RENDEZVOUS, I968. 
Reynolds Agency. 

THE WRONG BOX. 

Rhoades, David Lee. 
THEATRO PANORAMICO. 

Rhombus Music. 

1906. 
Rhymer, Paul. 

VIC AND SADE. (R) 
Rh5rmer, Paul M. 

VIC AND SADE. (R ) 
Rhymer, Mrs. Paul M. 

VIC AND SADE. (R ) 
Rhymer, Paul Parke. 

VIC AND SADE. (R ) 

Rlbner, Irving. 
CYMBELINE. 
THE TRAGEDY OP KING RICHARD THE 

THIRD. 
THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. 

Ricci, Luigi. 

LO STENDARDO DI SAN GIORGIO. (R) 
Rice, Sylvia W. 

SHORT VOWEL PHONETIC TAPES 1- LONG 
VOWEL PHONCTIC TAPES. 

Rich, Irene R. 

WHAT'S NEW ON WALL STREET. 
Rich, Richard L. 

NASAL SPRAY CCWMERCIAL. 

Richard, Rene. 

VIENNE CHANTE ET DANSE. 
Richards, Paul E. 

THE GREAT BOLYAVSKI . 
IF LOST PLEASE RETURN TO. 
Richardson, Alma Ruth. 
THE CRYSTAL KEY. 
ROBIN HOOD. 

Rlchman, Sol. 

FOLLIES BURLESQUE '69. 

Richmond, Virginia. 

CHEESECAKE AND HORSES. 

Rlchonne, Richard N. 
THE PREGNANT KATZ. 
SCHOOL FOR SANDALS. 
Rlchter, Carolyn. 

THE BALLAD OF JOHNNY POT. 
CAN THIS GIRL. 



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Rlokertsen, Leo. 
WHO. 

Rloo, Don. 
ONYX. 

Ricordi (G. ) & C. , P. P. A. 

ALADINO E LA LAMPADA MAGICA. 
DON JUAN DE MANAEA. (R) 
IL GATTOPARDO. 
LA LEGGENDA DEL RITORNO. 
I SETTE PECCATI. 
LO STENDARDO DI SAN GIORGIO. (R) 

Riemer, Seth Daniel. 
CLOWN AT THE PIANO. 

Rleserj Allan. 

WALL TO WALL. 
Rill J Eli. 

DISTORTION. 

Rlnaldo, Carmen L. 

ROCKADAISY DEN. 
Ringwald, Donald C. 

HUDSON RIVER STEAMBOAT. 

Rink, Mrs. Alvln. 
LIFE BRINGS DEATH. 

Rltter, Madge R. 

A STRANGER IN PURGATORY. 

Rivas, Heloisa. 

VOS SOIS NECESSARIOS. 

Rivas, Horaclo 0. 

EL PODER DE DIGS ESTA DISPONIBLE. 
QUE LO GOBIERNA A UD. 

Eizzuto, Gerald J. 

YANKEE DOODLE DUM DUM. 
Roach, Fred P. 

SOUL PIECES. 

Robblns, John Jacob, 

THE ORCHARDS OF POLOVCHANSK. (B.) 

Roberts, Henry Alan. 
THE NUDIST ADVENTURE. 

Roberts, John Edward. 

ACT THREE OP A ONE- ACT DRAMA. 
Roberts, John Evan. 
THE NUDIST ADVENTURE. 

Roberts, Ruth. SEE Plller, Ruth 

Roberts. 
Robertson, Earl Lawrence. 

PILOT PROJECT. 
Robertson, Forbes. 

CARD PUNCHING IBM 29. 

Robinson, David Royden. 
BLACK AUTUMN. 

Robinson, Ronald Lee. 
FIREBRINGER. 

Robinson, S. Garrett. 
THE LAND OF LEM. 



SEE Evrard, 
Delia. SEE Delia 
SEE Delia 



Roby, Paul, pseud. 

Robert de. 
Rocca, Salvatore I 
Rooca, Salvatore I. 

Rocca, Vincent J. Delia. 
Rocca, Vincent J. 

Rocco, Vincent A. 

A WELL TENDED GARDEN. 
ROChs, Paul. 

OEDIPUS THE KING. 

Rookman, Robert E. 

QUOTE . 
Roda, Roc, pseud. SEE Richonne, 

Richard N. 
Rodalfe, J, I. 

CAN A HEN LAY AN EGG WITHOUT A 
ROOSTER. 

THE CAT AND THE RUMANIAN. 
THE DEVIL AND THE NAILS. 
FUNERAL JAZZ. 

LOST AND POUND PSYCHODRAMA. 
SILENCE AT THE ZOO. 
20 YEARS FROM NOW. 
YUGOSLAV MEDICAL MYSTERY. 



Rodale, Jerome I. 
FUNERAL JAZZ. 
THE HAIRY FALSETTO. 

LOST" AND FOUND PSYCHODRAMA. 
SILENCE AT THE ZOO. 

Rodeheaver Co. 

THE DISCOVERY OF EASTER. 
MARY OF MAGDALA. 
THE STONE WALL. 
Rodes, David Stuart. 

WILLIAM WYCHERLEY'S LOVE IN A WOOD 
AND THE GENTLEMAN DANCING MASTER, A 
CRITICAL EDITION. 



Rodewald, Josef Ina G. 

BREAKFAST IN BED. 
Roe, Eleanor. SEE Munzer, 

Rosier, Jo Hanns. 
PHILINE. 



Eleanor Roe. 



Rogers, June Walker. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS OF 
THE BLACK FOREST. 

Rogers, Sam Shepard. 

OPERATION SIDEWINDER. 
Rogers, Norman H. SEE Classic Text 
Tapes, 

Rogers, Will. 

BANDWAGON. 
Roitman, Volf. 

THE ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT: AND THOU 
SHALT DISOBEY. 

Roloff, Michael. 
KASPAR. 

Roman, Howard . 
THE BOTCH. 

Ronell, Ann. 

SHIP SOUTH. (R) 
Roosevelt Music Co., Inc. 
ON CAMPUS. 

Rosa, Bernard. 

THE WORLD SAVERS. 

Resales, Diane Marie. 
A MATTER OF A TOE. 

Rose, Turner. 
OOM BALOOM. 

Roselius, Claire. 

WLE WIE ANDEREN HELFEN KONNEN. 
Rosen, Jeffrey Stuart. 
DO WHAT YOU WILL. 
Rosen, Mike, pseud. SEE Steinkellner, 
Frank. 

Rosenblum, David. 
GONE MAD. 

Rosencrans, Leo S. 

OUR 26 HELPERS. 
Rosencrans, Robert E. 

BUT MORE THAN THIS. 

Rosenthal, Andrew. 
BROKEN JOURNEY, fR) 
Rosenthal, Ben. 

ONE WITH EVERYTHING. 

Rosin, Mark B. 

THE UNTUNED DRUM. 

Rosofsky, Iris Faye. 
TREE. 

Ross, Andrea. 

DARK IS THE COLOR. 
MARBLES, 

Ross, LaVema A, 

THE TROUBLE WITH TRIANGLES. 

Ross, Paul B. 

FATHER- DAUGHTER LOVE. 

Ross, Robert Stuart. 
BLADEROSEBUD . 
CRY OF THE ORGAN . 

Rossellini, Renzo. 

LA LEGGENDA DEL RITORNO, 



Rossetti, Ines. 
SIA LA LUCE, 

Rossetti, Maria. 
SIA LA LUCE, 

Rostand, Edmond, 
CYRANO, 

Rosten, Norman, 

MISTER JOHNSON, 
Roth, Rose Ann. 

THE CATERPILLARS ARE CRYING, 

Rotter, Fritz. 

LETTERS TO LUCERNE. (R) 

Rouse, Ethel Frank. 

I'M NOT RESISTING ARREST. 

Rowe, Edward Clifford. 
FIDELISSIMO. 
THE TOP OF THE SKY. 
Rowe, Nicholas. 

THE FAIR PENITENT. 
Rowe, Paul George. 

THE COMEDIA OF PHILIP, 

Rowe, Paul Robert. SEE Rowe, Paul 

George. 
Rowland, Beryl. 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL. 

CORIOLANUS. 

KING JOHN. 

Rowland, David V. 

THE PART. 
Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H. 

DIE AUGENBINDE. 

Roy, Claude . 

LA FAMILLE TOT. 

Rozakis, Gregory. 

THE MEDEA OF SAINT JOHN'S PLACE, 

Rubalsky, Eva. 

OUR BED IS GREEN. 

Rubio, Jose Lopez. 
THE BLINDFOLD, 

Rubric Productions. 
WINTER RATES. 

Ruck, Elizabeth. 

THE CRAZY WOUNDED DEER THAT ALMOST 
KILLED ME. 
Rudelsberger, Hans. 

TRAUME . 

Rudkin, David. 

AFORE NIGHT COME, 
Rudzik, 0. H. 

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS. 

Ruilopez, Olga. 

LA MUJER DE AQUELLA NOCHE. 
RENZO EL GITANO. 

Rumbold, Zoe Aklns. 

THE HAPPY DAYS. (R) 
Runyon, Damon. 

A VERY HONORABLE GUY. 
Runyon, Damon, Jr. 

A VERY HONORABLE GUY. 

Rush, David. 

DORIAN, NEW MUSIC THEATRE. 



Russak, Mrs. Ben. 
Margaret Sperry. 



SEE Russak, 



Russak, Margaret Sperry. 
SOFT LANDING. 
SONG OF THE SEINE. 

Russell, Martin Lawrence. 
THE MANAGER. 
Russell, Robert Wallace. 

DELPHINE, A PIECE OF CAKE, A PIECE OF 
MEAT. 
Russell, William B. 
LOOK AT US, 

Russo, Armand H. 

FANTAISIE IMPROMPTU. 
Rutherfordj Tony Emmanuel. 

THE DAY THEY DROPPED THE BOMB. 



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Ryder, Joan T. Kelly. 
AFTER THE WAKE. 



SHE Productions, Inc. 

TOYS. 
Saba, Joseph Y. 

Al-MASIHIYAH AL- "^ILMIYAH . 

Sabath.j Bernard. 

A VISIT TO THE SUPER -MECCA. 

Sabol, Karleen Schart. 
BIG CITY PARK. 

Sade, Donatien Alphonse Francois. 
PHILOSOPHY IN THE BOUDOIR. 

Sadler, Ruth. 

VISIT FROM A ROBOT. 

Sage, Clifford. 

JOSHUA BEENE AND GOD. 

Sage J Janet . 

LIVE ALL YOU PEOPLE. 

St. Clair, Agnes Kinnler. 

LEMON PIE FOR ANDY. (R) 
St. Dennis, Anne, pseud. SEE Doane, 

Mrs. Madison. 
St. George, Mark, pseud. SEE Saparilas, 

Christopher N. 

Saint Germain Press, Inc. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED ANGEL DEVA OF THE 
JADE TEMPLE. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED DADDY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED DIVINE DIRECTOR. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED ELOHIM OF PEACE. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED ELOHIM OF 
PURITY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED GODDESS OF 
JUSTICE. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED GODDESS OF LIBERTY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED JESUS. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS, 
EASTER SUNRISE. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS THE 
CHRIST. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MESSENGER NO.l 
FROM THE SECRET LOVE STAR. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED MIGHTY ORION. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED RULER OF THE 
VIOLET PLANET. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BLESSED MASTER JESUS. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY GREAT COSMIC ANGEL ON 
WHOSE CROWN BLAZES THE WORD UNION. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY GREAT ELOHIM, MIGHTY 
ARCTURUS . 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PEACE. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PURITY. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY MIGHTY ELOHIM HERCULES. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY THE MIGHTY ELOHIM 
ARCTURUS . 

Sakol, Jeanne. 

THE CHOCOLATE-COVERED CHERRY. 

Saks, Gertrude. 

THE MUSICAL WALTER WANDERLEY AND 
LYRICAL GITLE LANGNER. 

Saks, Gitle Langner-, pseud. SEE 
Saks, Gertrude. 

Salat, Betty D. 

ODE TO A THRIFT SHOP. 

Salat, James C. 

ODE TO A THRIFT SHOP. 

Salem, Kenneth George. 

METHOD TO OBSERVE SMOKE PARTICLE 
MOVEMENTS IN CONJUNCTION WITH 
SOUND WAVES. 

Sallack, Ray. 

THERE WAS A JAN. 

Salser, Carl W. 

SHORT LETTER DICTATION. 

Salser, Carl Walter. 

SECRETARIAL PRACTICE LECTURE. 

Salvatorl, Erwln Joseph. 

PLAYMATES, BOXERS, WITH HEART. 

Samberg, Ben. 

DANGEROUS MIKE MCGEE. 
Samples, M. David. 

THE WINTER'S HAEVEST. 
San Francisco Mime Troupe, Inc. 

THE FARCE OF PATELIN. 

RUSSANTE . 

Sanchez, Sonia. SEE Sanchez, Wllsonla 
Driver. 

Sanchez, Wilsonla Driver. 
SISTER SON/JI. 

Sand, Paul. 

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN. 

Sanders, James F. 
MOONSHOT 1. 

Sanderson, James L. 

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART I. 

Sanderson Films, Inc. 

ADVANCED METEOROLOGY, SECTION A-C. 

CESSNA PRE- PLIGHT FACTS, SECTION A-C. 

Sandor, Gluok. 

THE ENCHANTED TOYSHOP. 

Santanastaso, Calvin F. 
OASIS CORNER. 

Santo, Cal, pseud. SEE Santanastaso, 

Calvin F. 
Santos, Adriano. 

GINAGAWA NG OMNIPOTENTENG DIYOS ANG 
TAO NA MATAGUMPAY. 

Saparilas, Christopher N. 
JACK. 

Sardou, Victorian. 

CYPRIENNE (DIVORCONS) (R) 

Sarkany, Juditte. 
IN MID-AIR. 

Sarnackl, John. 

PORftUE ME DA LA GANA. 

Sams, Charles, Sr. 

THE CASE OF THE ELECTRALARM 
BANDWAGON . 

Saroyan, Willlajn. 
ITHACA . 
RAZZLE-DAZZLE. (R) 

Satuloff, Robert. 

A RATTLE OF SMALL SKELETONS. 
THE ROUNDS. 



Sauers, Rosemary Thurber. 
THE MALE ANIMAL. (R) 

Saul, Richard David. 

SAINT MARE NOSTRUM'S EVE. 

Saunders, Kay. 

PROFILES OF NEGROES IN THE HISTORY OF 
THE UNITED STATES. 
Saunders, Ruby C. 

THE DAY CINDY DIED. 

Ssundsr's Titus 

PROFILES OF NEGROES IN THE HISTORY OP 
THE UNITED STATES. 
Savage, Peter, pseud. SEE Petrella, 
Prank Peter. 

Sawyer, James Winston. 
FOLLOW A STREAM DOWN. 
Scanlan, David. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 

Scarpa, Carmine J. 

RACA. 
Schave, Ellsworth Harold, Jr. 

THE GUESTS WHO STAYED AT OUR HOUSE. 
AN OLD MAN'S PHOTOGRAPH OP THE COUNTY 

SHERIFF. 
QUESENTE AND HER PRIEST. 
YOU'RE ALWAYS CRYING, MIRANDA. 

Scheln, Barry. 
MINUS ONE. 

Schiappacasse, Charles. 
CAS A NOSTRA. 

Schiller, Priedrich von. 
DON CARLOS. 

Schinner (G.) Inc. 
FRA DIAVOLO. 

Schleslnger, Reva. 

PERSON OR PERSONS UNKNOWN. 

Schloegel, Lloyd W. 
GROWING PAINS. 

Schloegel, Lloyd Wade. 
MICHELE. 

Schmidt, Harvey. 

CELEBRATION. 

I DO! I DO. 
Schmidt, Marianne. 

FREIHEIT UND WAHRE IDENTITAT. 
Schneider, Anne Kaufman. 

ANGEI£ OF MERCY. (R) 

THE LAND IS BRIGHT. (R) 

LORENZ AND LARUE. (R) 
STAGE DOOR. (R) 

THREE ACTS. (R) 
Schneider, Barry D. 

THE PIECES. 

Schneider, Maurice. 
TELL ME ANOTHER. 

Schnikaneder, Emanuel. 
THE MAGIC FLUTE. (R) 

Schooner Bay Productions, Ltd., Inc. 
THE SCHOONER BAY CAPER. 

Schopfer, Jacques. 

L'INPRANCHISSABLE BARRIER. 

LE MARIAGE BLANC. 

Schotten, Wayne Albert. 
THE MORNING AFTER. 

Schott's (B.) SBhne. 
MADAME BOVARY. 
MORAL ITAtEN. 

Schroeder, John E. 
CASH TO YOUR CREDIT. 

Schultze, Iwanka. 
KJCpT'N BAY-BAY. 

schultze, Norbert. 
KAPT'N BAY-BAY. 

Schulz, Charles M. 

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO PEANUTS. 



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Schwalb, Samuel H. 

A VISIT FROM A GOVERNOR AND A UNITED 
STATES SENATOR. 
Schwartz, Dorothy. 

WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER. fR) 
Schwartz, Dorothy Burton. 

THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER. (R^ 

Schwartz, Elaine Sandra. 
ROBOT RUN-IN. 
TRIO: CHANUKAH 1968. 

Schwartz, Herbert. 
CHANGE OF HEART. 
THE DERBY. 
Schwartz, Jerome B. 

WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER. (H) 

Schwartz, Jonathan. 
MORNING DOORWAYS. 
Schwartz, Nat. 

WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER, (R) 

Schwarz, Milton M. 

DANIELLE. 
Schweikart, Hans. 

ICH BRAUCHE DICH. 

NEBEL. 

Schwann, Giinther. 

HOCHZEITSNACHT IM PARADIES. 
nKcHTE IN SHANGHAI. 

Scoari Publishers. 
TWO LOVES AGO. 

Scott, Glory Van. 

POETIC SUITE ON ARABS AND ISRAELIS. 
Scott, Joseph, pseud. SEE Taggart, Tom. 

Scottsdale Pub. Co. 

MUST WE FIGHT TWO WARS. 

Scribe, Augustin Eugene. 
FRA DIAVOLO. 

Scribner's (Charles) Sons. 
TRAGEDY. 
TWELVE AMERICAN PLAYS, 1920-1960. 

Seale, Flora Gamble. 

HEART OF THE DEEP SOUTH. 
Seaman, Harry. 

THE EPPES OF MISTER SOLLY BEINBLOOM. 

Sedita, Charles P. 

H.I.S. BAG. 
Seeley, E. William. 
THE GREEN PEOPLE. 

Seely, Scott. 

IT'S ALL IN THE FAMILY. 

Seaman, Isadore. 

DILEMMA. 
Segal, A. Bernard, 

A LITERAL TRANSLATION OF AGNES BER- 
NAOER. (R) 
Segal, Sheldon J. 

BEYOND THE PILL. 
Segel, Harold B. 

THE MAJOR COMEDIES OF ALEXANDER 
FREDRO. 
Seidman, Stanley. 

OSIRIS IN FUN CITY. 
Selter, Joseph E. 

A PLACE CALLED HALLOWEEN. 
Selby, Jack Louis. 

THE BLUE CROCODILE. 
Seligman, Stig. 

MOT TIDENS UTMANING MED KRISTEN 
VETENSKAP. 
Selters, Evelyn B. 
PATER PAMILIAS. 

Semple, Lorenzo, Jr. 

DADDY'S GONE A-HUNTING. 

Septant, June. 

TOO LONG AT THE FAIR. 

Sequoyen, Ian, pseud. SEE Gay, Richard . 
Sgt. Sacto, Inc. 

THE FIREMEN'S PRAYER. 

Sergei, Clark F. 

THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE. 



Server, Ralph. 
THE GLASS WOMAN. 

Sese, Bernard. 

LA MARQUISE ROSELINDE. 
Seward, Cora S. 

WHERE THERE IS SMOKE. 
Seydel, Horst Gunter. 

DAS VERLORENE PARADIES. 

Seymour, Lorraine Michele. 

JUST SMILE, UP AND DOWN THE AISLE. 
Shaftel, George. 

TUNE IN TONIGHT. (R) 
Shakespeare, William. 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL. 
THE CCMEDY OF ERRORS. 
CORIOLANUS . 
CmBELINE . 

THE FIRST FOLIO OF SHAJCESPEARE. 
HENRY THE FOURTH, PART I. 
KING JOHN. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
THIRTEEN PLAYS PRESENTED AT CHRISTMAS 

IN THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSE, COLGATE 

UNIVERSITY. 
THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR. 
THE TRAGEDY OP KING RICHARD THE 

THIRD. 
THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. 

Shank, Adele. 

THE ARCHITECT AND THE EMPEROR OP 
ASSYRIA. 
Shapiro, Sidney. 

THREE PLAYS, KAY 69. 

Shapiro, Steve. 
PATROL. 

Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc. 

THE CAISSONS GO ROLLING ALONG. (R) 
HE WEARS A PAIR OF SILVER WINGS. (R) 

ROLL OUT THE BARREL. (R) 
SWEET ELOISE. (R) 

Shappin, Irwin. 
THE DUEL. 

Sharkey, Jack. 

HERE LIES JEREMY TROY. 

Sharma, Partap. 

A TOUCH OF BRIGHTNESS. 

Sharp, Margery. SEE Castle, 
Margery Sharp. 

Shaw, Bamett. 

ENOUGH STUFF FOR FOUR KINGS. 
Shaw, George Bernard. 
ARMS AND THE MAN. 
BLACK GIRL IN SEARCH OF GOD. 
MY OWN MAN. 
Shearer, Guy Cooper. 

MAN AND ETERNAL LIFE. 
Sheed, Wilfrid. 
MR. G.A. IN X. 

Sheiness, Marsha. 

THE ODYSSEY OF SONNY & CHER. 

PANCHO, PANCHO. 
Shelley, Percy Bysshe. 

LAON AND CYTHNA. 

Shelton, Wes. 

BETTER TO HAVE LOVED. 
She pa rd J Sam. 

FORENSIC AND THE NAVIGATORS. 
Shepard, Sam, pseud. SEE Rogers, 

Sam Shepard. 
Shepard, William Thomas. 
INTIL THE LAND. 
Shepherd, Marian, pseud. SEE 
Sullivan, Anna Mary. 
Sheppard, Joseph S. 
THE AFFAIR. 

Sher, Rose. 

DISEASE LONELINESS. 
Sherby, Edward. 

THE CRACKLE OF SPIT ON TOMBSTONES. 
THE IMPERISHABLE THRUST. 
THE KIER:<I;GEBENESC0 MASTERPIECE. 
THE MATERIALIZATION OF 21: 1. 



Sherdeman, Ted Elton. 
LATITUDE ZERO. (R) 

Sheres, Walter. ., 
THE RED TURKEY. 

Sheridan, Regina. SEE Crlmmlns, 
Regina Sheridan. 

Shevlin, John P. 
FATHER AND SON. 

Shevsky, Andre, pseud. SEE 
Andrusesky, Jeffrey Michael. 

Shiver, M. B. 

FLAKING AND PELLETING OP GRAINS, 
ENGINEERING ASPECTS. 

Shoemaker, Leo L. 

DEPARTMENTIZING FOR PROFITS. (R) 
PROFITABLE FOOD MERCHANDISING. (R) 
THE WEAKNESS OP UNPROTECTED WRITTEN 
RECORDS. (F) 

Short, Robert L. 

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO PEANUTS. 

Short, Robin. 
NED CROCKER. 

Shulman, Max . 

HOW NOW, DOW JONES. 

Shuman, Earl . 

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY. 
Shure, Robert. 
AFTERTASTE. 
THE RECKLESS BREAKFAST. 
Shyre, Paul. 
BANDWAGON. 

Siebert, Elaine. 

THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS. 

Siebert, Elaine May. 
HER IMAGINARY MAN. 

Siegel, Ethel Lazarus. 
HOROSCOPE. 

Siegel, Jennie E. 
BLACK GIRL. 

Sigaux, Gilbert. 

CORNEILLE . 
Siks, Geraldine Brain. 
MARCO POLO. (R) 

Silbermann, E. , pseud. SEE Siebert, 

Elaine. 
Silberston, Martin. 

DOCTOR LOPEZ. 

Silver Spring (Md.) Community Players. 
THE TIME HAS COME. 

Simeone, Linda L. 

YOU'RE IN THE ARMY, MR. JONES AND SO 
IS YOUR WIPE. 
Simister, Florence P. 
STREETS OF THE CITY. 
Slams, Millard. 
MISS FARNSWORTH. 
THE PASSING OF AN ACTOR. 

Simon, Gladys. 
THE BONEYARD. 

Simon, Peggy. 

ARE THERE ALLIGATORS IN THE SEWERS 
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

Siraon, S. J. 
MASTER WILL. 
Simons, Richard S. 
LUCHA LIBRE. 

Simpson, David. 

WELCOME TO NOWHERE. 
Simpson, Fredrick Douglas. 

SATIN DOLL. 

Simson, Eve. 

A TRAMP CALLED NANCY. 

Sklar, George. 

LIFE AND DEATH OF AN AMERICAN. 



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86 



DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



Slater, Montagu. 
PETER GRIMES. 

Slavetsky, Ellz Gadol. 
MORNING CCMES SHAKE!. 

Sllker, Harold G. 

HERITAGE. (R) 

OUR HERITAGE. (R) 
Slon, Sidney. 

THE SHADOW. (R) 

Smith, Blaine. 

MUST WE FIGHT TWO WARS. 

Smith, C. U. 
MOVING WEST. 
THE TREE. 
Smith, Earl Hobson. 
STEPHEN FOSTER. 

Smith, Frank. 

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN. 

Smith, Harry S. 

AL-MASIHIYAH AL- 'ILMIYAH. 
Smith, Marie E. 

THE OUT OF WORK PEACEMAKER. 

Smith, Michael. 

CHAS. DICKENS' CHRISTMAS CAROL. 
DR. KHEAL. 

FORENSIC AND THE NAVIGATORS. 
MOON. 

MUSHROOMS . 
THE NEXT THING. 
Smith, Richard Penn. 
CAIUS MARIUS. 

Smith, Robert S. 

THE FIREMEN'S PRAYER. 



Sopko, Andrew Stephen Joseph. 

ADAM'S APPLE. 
Sowers, George F. 

SETTLEMENT IN LIMESTONE TERRAIN. 
Soyinka, Wole. 

THE TRIAI£ OF BROTHER JERO AND THE 
STRONG BREED. 



SEE Evans, 



Snave, Eimas, pseud. 

Sticks. 
Snave Music Pub. Co. 

MAGENTA. 

Snyder, Burton. 

DEATH OF A PLAYWRIGHT. 



Snyder, Elayne P. 

A LITTLE PIECE OF EARTH. 
Soeiete Anonyme des Editions Ricordl. 

LA VOCE UMANA. 

Socolow, Alfred. 
CHOICES . 

Soderberg, Edith Sommer. 
NO BOYS ALLOWED. (R) 

Soffer, Marjory. 

CULMINATION. 

sografi, Antonio. 

VIVA LA MAMMA, LE CONVENIENZE E LE 
INCONVENIENZE TEATRAIl . 

Sollnas, PierNico. 

BERTHA WITH THE BIG FEET. 
CORSO AND THE DRAGONS. 
Solnicki, Victor. 
DISTORTION. 

Solomon, Samuel. 

SEVEN PUYS. 

Solow, Victor D. 
THE BOX. 

Somerfeld, Robert. 
DON'T TELL LILY. 
THE IN-LAWS. 
THE INTERMISSION. 

THE KEYNOTE SPEECH TO THE NATIONAL 
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN WHORES AT 
THEIR ANNUAL CONVENTION IN MIAMI 
BEACH, FLORIDA. 
THE POTTY. 
YOU'VE CHANGED. 
Soiraner, Edith. SEE Soderberg, Edith 

Sommer. 
Sonderegger, Arnold Arthur. 
CAN RIVALS BE FRIENDS. (R) 
Sontag, Susan. 

DUET FOR CANNIBALS. 

Sophocles. 

OEDIPUS THE KING. 



SEE Taggart, 



Soyster, Thomas W. 
ISOLATION CELL 7. 

Spalding, Joseph, pseud. 
Tom. 

Spanjaard, Eleonora M. 
ER ZIJ LIGHT. 

Sparr, Virginia. 
PRAIRIE AUGUST. 

Spears, Jack. 

BEN COLDER 'S HISTORY BOOK. 

Spectorsky, A. C. 

THE FUTURE OF MEDIA AND THE TASTE 
MAKERS. 

Spence, H. Bradshaw, pseud. SEE 
Grabstald, Harry. 

Spencer, Jack. SEE Spencer, Wilfred. 
Spencer, James. 

QUE LO GOBIERNA A UD. 

Spencer, James L., Jr. 
THE FLOWERS OF THE GOAT. 

Spencer, Wilfred. 
THE BIG ANGEL. 

Spero, Richard Henry. 

THE KITE. 
Sperry, Margaret. SEE Russak, Margaret 

Sperry. 

Spiegel, Herbert. 

STOP SMOKING THROUGH POSITIVE 
REENFORCEMENT . 

Spigelgass, Leonard. 

THE WRONG WAY LIGHT BULB. 

Spresser, James Clarence. 
THE FRIEND. 

Springer, Abraham Leon. 
HAIR THE JESTER. 

Spyri, Johanna. 
HEIDI, 

Squarzina, Lulgi. 
IL GATTOPARDO. 

Stahl, Le Roy. 

REVOLT OF THE ROBINS. 

Standish, David Roman. 

THE FREAKED-OUT SON OF THE WILD 

NUCLEAR SURF MONSTER INVADES BIKINI 
BEACH. 

Standish, Margaret Ellen. 

THE FREAKED-OUT SON OF THE WILD 

NUCLEAR SURF MONSTER INVADES BIKINI 
BEACH. 

Stanmyre, R. William. 
MORNINGSTAR . 

Stanton, Jane C. 
IN THE COUNTRY. 

Stanton, Louis. 

THEATRO PANORAMICO. 

Starkey, William. 

PINOCCHIO GOES TO THE MOON. 

Starr, John. 
DANIELLE. 

Stavls, Barrie. 

COAT OF MANY COLORS. 

Staw, Sala. 

THE BLUE BIRD. 

Stecher, William Robert. 
LOST, PARADISE. 
DAS VERLORENE PARADIES. 

Stelger, Anita C. 

MY ELEPHANT WEARS EARRINGS. 



Steiger, Elaine K. 

MY ELEPHANT WEARS EARRINGS. 

Stein, Louis. 

TO TURN A WINDY CORNER. 



Steinkellner, Frank. 
LESSON IN ANATOMY. 
SUIT OF ARMOUR. 

Stember, Sol. 
WHITE WATER. 

Stengel, Linda Folkard-. 
Stengel, Linda. 

Stephenson, Jim Bob. 
THE WISH DOCTOR. 

Stephenson family, pseud. 
Stephenson, Jim Bob. 

Sterba, Editha. 
IMMORTAL MORTAL. 

Sterba, Richard. 
IMMORTAL MORTAL. 



SEE Folkard- 



Stevens, Leon B. 

SLEEP, DEAR MASTER. 
Stevenson, Robert Louis. 

DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE. (R) 

THE WRONG BOX. 

Steward, Dwight . 

MANDRAGOLA SIXTY- EIGHT. 
Stewart, Lois. 

THE KENNEDY'S DREAMS LIVE ON. 
Stewart, Martha Jean. 

THE CRYSTAL KEY. 

ROBIN HOOD. 

Stewart, Rosemary. 
THE KEEPER. 

Stirdivant, Marc Edwin. 
FOUR. 

Stltes, Stanley J. 

FIG LEAVES IN AUTUMN. 
Stivers (T. E.) Co. 

FLAKING AND PELLETING OF GRAINS, 
ENGINEERING ASPECTS. 

Stockham, Linda Juanita. 
CLAIM TO FAME GAL. 
THE PORTUGUESE FISHERMAN. 

Stoker, Bram. 
BLACK SUNRISE. 
Stomp Town Music Corp. 

LITTLE ANNIE WOODS. 
Stomptown Music Corp. 

SILHOUETTES IN COURAGE, VOLUME ONE. 

Stone, Frederick, pseud. SEE Glass, 

Stanley F. 
Stone, James F. 

A SWIFT KICK. (R) 

Stone, Katharine.. 

FLUTE AND THE VINE. (R) 
Stone, Merritt. 

THE MOONSTONE. fRl 

Stone, Oliver. 
BREAK. 

Stone, Peter. 
1776. 

Stone, Weldon. 

FLUTE AND THE VINE. (R) 

Storm, Lesley, pseud. SEE Clark, 
Lesley. 

Story, Van Dyck. 
MOUSE TRAPP. 

Strauss, Johann. 

VIENNE CHANTE ET DANSE. 

Strauss, Johann, Jr. 

VIENNE CHANTE ET DANSE. 
Strausz-Hupe, Robert. 

ON MODELS. 
Strickland, Willie E., Sr, 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS. 



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1969 



NAME INDEX 



87 



Striker, Francis. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Strindberg, August. 
THE DANCE OF DEATH. 
A DREAM PLAY. 
THE NIGHTINGALE OF WITTENBERG 

(LUTHER) 
PLAY STRINDBERG. 

Stroll, Jetta. 

MY FRIEND, WUDGE. 
Stuart, J. Marberger. 

MAKE ME DISAPPEAR. 
Stu6rt, Marjorie L. 
MAKE ME DISAPPEAR. 

Student Outlines Co. 

A LITERAL TRANSLATION OF AGNES BER- 
NAUER. (R) 



Stury, Alfred Frantz. 

ADVENTURES OF LITTLE DIEGO. 
Sublette County Historical Societj 

THE GREEK RIVER RENDEZVOUS, 1966 



Inc. 



Sullivan, Anna Mary. 

THE KING'S HERAID I, KING OF REVELRY. 

Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour. 
RUDDIGORE. 
US GOLFERS CURSE YOU, WIDOW KIMSOCK. 

Sullivan, Gerard D. 
C. ALTER. 

Sullivan, L. M. 
JULIANA . 
WILD ACCORDION. 

Summers, Robert Nathanial. 
THE PARIS EXERCISE. 

Summy-Birohard Co. 
RIO RICO. (R) 

Sumner, George. 

A CRY IN THE WILDERNESS. 
Sutermeister, Heinrich. 

MADAME B OVARY. 

Sutton, Goldie P. 

THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN. 

Swan, Jon. 
BEILYMASS. 

FOOTBALL: FIREWORKS FOR A HOT FOURTH: 
SHORT SACRED RITE OF SEARCH AND 
DESTRUCTION. 

THE REPORT. 
Sweeney, Archie R. 

PAN AMERICAN INSTITUTE, NO.?: BASIC 
MIND DEVELOPMENT COURSE. 

Sweet, Herb. 

MANNA HEAR LUCK. 
Sweet, Jeffrey Warren. 

SURELY YOU JEST. 
Sweet, John. 

DESIGNS FOR READING: PLAYS. 

Swett, Samuel P. 
TO CATCH A GHOST. 

Swindell, Larry N. 

MARJORIE DAW. 
Swinehart, Dick. 

PRINCE KEVIN'S MAGIC TOUCH. 
Sylvaine, Marie. 

WOMEN AREN'T ANGELS. (R) 
Sylvaine, Vernon. 

WOMEN AREN'T ANGEI£ . (R) 

Szogyi, Alex. 

FOUR PLAYS BY CHEKHOV. 
PHILOSOPHY IN THE BOUDOIR. 



MAKE CENTS. 
MUSIC CRITIC. 

Taffee, Kathleen Honora. 

WITCHES HAVE NO SENSE OF HUMOR: A 
FAIRY TALE. 

Taft, Joseph. 

BURY ME IN A CLOWN SUIT. 
THE MEXICAN FIRE DRILL. 

Taggart, Donald B. 

SPUNK. 
Taggart, Tom. 

FOR MEN ONLY. (R) 

IMPROPER HENRY PROPPER. (R) 
THEY DID AWAY WITH UNCLE. (R) 
TOBY TYLER. (R) 
YOUNG KING COLE. (R) 
YOU'RE YOUKG ONLY TWICE. fR) 

Talarico, Katherine. 

UNFAITHFULLY YOURS. (R) 
Taliaferro, Merle, pseud. SEE Joyner, 

Mary S. 

Tallandier (Jules) Librairle. 
CORNEILLE. 

Tallmen, pseud. SEE Olsen, Kirt M. 

Tamarack Productions, Ltd. 
A CRY OF PLAYERS. 

Tandem, Drury, pseud. SEE Harmacek, 

J. R. 
Tandowsky, Jean E. 

THE BOY WHO CAME TO DINNER. 
Tandowsky, Mrs. Ralph. SEE Tandowsky, 

Jean E. 

Tanner, Marion. 

ODYSSEY '69. 
Tapes Unlimited. 

THE PRESIDENCY. 

Tapia, William. 

TAURUS WILL CROSS THE SKY. 
THE WATER LILY. 

Taradash, Daniel Irwin. 

PUT IT IN THE PENGUIN. (R) 
Tartaro, Shelley. 

NO BAGELS IN BROOKLYN. 

Tarver, Ben. 

CROSS AND COCKADE. 

Tassell, Alice Ann. 
LOVE RUN AWAY. 

Tassell, Tedd Field. 
LOVE RUN AWAY. 
Tate, Phyllis. 

THE STORY OF LIEUTENANT COCKATOO. 

Tavel, Ronald. 

BOY ON THE STRAIGHT-BACK CHAIR. 
Taylor, Deems. 
RAMUNTCHO. (R) 

Taylor, Eric, pseud. SEE Phelps, 
Jack T. 

Taylor, Georgia Elizabeth. 
ELIZABETH. 

Taylor, Hiram Edwin. 
MY GUESS IS BESS. 

Taylor, Robbie L. 

OH DEAR, OH DEAR, I 



M HERE, I FEAR. 



TV Gems, Inc. 
BARREL OP FUN. 
THE CREDIT GAME. 



Taylor, Simon Watson. 
THE EMPIRE BUILDERS. 
THE GENERALS' TEA-PARTY. 
THE KNACKER'S ABC. 
THE UBU PLAYS. 

Taylor, Timothy. 
THE SHOUTER. 

TIME RUNS OUT AT CLICK CLOCK ROCK. 
Teglas, Csaba. 

ONLY IN THE DARK. 

Tennant, Georgina. 

DE CHRISTELIJKE WETENSCHAP: DE 
OPLOSSING VOOR DE PROBLEMEN VAN 
DEZE TIJD. 



DIE CHRISTLICHE WISSENSCHAFT BEGEGNET 
DEN HERAUSPORDERUNGEN UNSERER 2EIT. 
MOT TIDENS UTMANING MED KRISTEN 

VETENSKAP. 
RELEVER LE DEFI D ' AUJOURD ' HUI AVEC 
LA SCIENCE CHRETIENNE. 
SOMETHING TO HOLD ON TO. 
Terry, Matson C. 

GIRTIE GLUTZ. 
Testi, Flavio. 
LA VOCE UMANA. 

Therrien, Joe. 
MAKE HIM WAIT. 

Thomas, Edward. 

BALLAD FOR A FIRING SOUAD. 
Thomas, Joseph C. 

THE HYSTERICAL ROPE. 

Thomas, Norman C. 
THE PRESIDENCY. 



SEE Tymoshek, 



Thomas, Stephen, pseud. 
Stephen. 

Thompson, Beverly Elaine. 
DIREGE ON A DIME. 

Thompson, Harry Frederick. 
EVERYMAN. 

Thompson, Roberta B. 

A DREAM PAGEANT, THE DREAM BEARER. 

Thomson, Millard S. 

GIVE IT A WHIRL. 
Thoreau, Henry David . 

THE ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT: AND THOU 
SHALT DISOBEY. 

Thornbury, Will. 

THE ODYSSEY OF SONNY & CHER. 

Thurber, Helen W. 

THE MALE ANIMAL. (R) 

Thurber, James. 

THE MALE ANIMAL. (R) 

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY. 

Tinrai, Henry C. 
EDWARD II. 

MUD. 
THE SPIDER AND THE POX. 
TRIAD. 

ZEST. 

Tiimn, Henry Christian. 

THE GINGHAM MURDER/THE CALICO CORPSE. 

Tinsley, Byron. 

ALICE THE MAGNIFICENT. 

Tobias, Marlce. 

THE ROOMMATES: EGO GAMES, PART II. 
Tobin, Bruce. 

ALL THE WAY WITH THE U.S.A. 
Toliver, Harold E. 

FORMS OF DRAMA. 

Tolson, Melvin Beaunorus. 
THREE ONE ACT PLAYS. 

Tolson, Mrs. Melvin Beaunorus. 
THREE ONE ACT PLAYS. 

¥otnanek, Thomas J. 

THE FATHER IS A MONGREL. 
Tomczak, Jim. 
JUNK. 

Toralinson, David. 

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN. 

Tomlinson, Lois. 
HI, AMIGOS. 

Torres, Jose Antonio. 
EL CALLAO. 
EL TESORO DEL DIABLO. 
A VIRGIN'S NIGHT OF TERROR. 

Torrey, Helen Baker. 
SEEIN'S BELIEVIN' . 

Tors (Ivan) Music, Inc. 
A WATCHAMACALLIT. 

Toussaint, Richard P. 
THESE BLACK GHETTOS. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June I 



TovroVj Or in. 

LOVE-IN. 
Townsend, Barbara Gayle. 
LORI Am. 

Tracey, William. 

THE CAISSONS GO ROLLING ALONG. (Rl 
HE WEARS A PAIR OF SILVER WINGS. (R) 

ROLL OUT THE BARREL. (R) 
SWEET ELOISE. (R) 

Trachsel, Emile. 

THE HUMANIST TRANSLATORS. 
LES HUMANISTES TRADICTEURS. 

Trachtenbergj Leo. 
JULIE. 

Trafco. SEE United Methodist Church. 
Television, Radio & Film Communica- 
tion Division. 

Trainer, David. 

THE UNDERTAKING; 
Tramer, Erwin. 

THREE PARTIES. 



THIEF; THE PIG. 



Travelers Insurance Co.- 
CLAIM TRAINING - AUTO. 

Tremayne, Mark Dana. 

SARA BELLUM, STUDENT NURSE. 

Trevens, Francine L. 
THE CATASTROPHE. 

Troianello, Sylvio B. 

MR. GUMMPS AND THE HAUNTED HOUSE. 

Truly, William, Jr. 

MOSES IS COMING. 
Tsitsopoulos, George P. 

ONCE UPON A TIME, MANY, MANY YEARS 
AGO. 

Tucker, Martin. 
CATCH A CHANCE. 

Tuottij Joseph Dolan. 

BIG TIME BUCK WHITE. 
Turgenev, Ivan. 

FIRST LOVE. 

Turner, Dennis Lance. 

THE EARLY MOURNING OF JASON. 
Turner, Lucille. 

THE VENTURESOME JOURMEY. 

Turrin, Joseph E. 

THE BARRICADE. 
Tuttle, Day. 

UNDERSTUDY NIGHT. 

Twain, Mark, pseud. SEE Clemens, 
Samuel Langhorne. 

TW6 Rivers Enterprises, Inc. 
KINGDOM OF EARTH. 

Twomey, Kay. 
ICHABOD. 

Twyman, Harvey L. 

THE KING SIZE MATTRESS. 

Tymoshek, Stephen. 

THE NIGHT OF RETRIBUTION. 



u 



Uhrman, Esther. 
THE GYPSIES. 
INSTANT PSYCHOLOGY. 

Uraberger, Wallace Randolph, Jr. 
AMEN TO A MANTIS. 

United Methodist Church. General 
Conference Commission on Entertain- 
ment & Program. 
CLIMBING JACOB'S LADDER. 

United Methodist Church. Television, 
Radio & Film Communication Division. 
HELLO UP THERE. 

Universal Edition, A.G. 

ABER, ABER, HERR PROFESSOR. 



ASCHENPUTTEL. 

FAST EIN HAMLET. 

ICH LIEBE DIE OPER. 
KLEINERE TASCHENKUNSTSTUCKE PAST 
EINE CHINOISERIE. 

DER KLINGEL. 

EIN PERMANENTER D'AMMERSCHOPPEN . 

VIVA LA MAMMA, LE CONVENIENZE E LE 

INCONVENIENZE TEATRALI. 
DIE VOGEL. 
DER WALZERKONGRESS. 
WERBUNG UM ANTIGONE. 

University of Nebraska Press. SEE 
Nebraska. University. Press. 

University of Queensland Press. SEE 
Queensland. University, Brisbane. 
Press. 

Upham, Thomas Carlton. 

GOBLINS. 
Upjohn Co. 

PRESENTATION TO THE FOUNDRY 
MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION. 
Uveges, Donald R. 

A SOLUTION TO THE WELFARE DILEMMA. 



V 



Vacca, Michele L. 
CATHERINE . 

Valdez, Luis Miguel. 

THE SHRUNKEN HEAD OF PANCHO VILLA. 

Valle-Inclan, Ramon del . 
LA MARQUISE ROSELINDE. 

Vallejo, Antonio Buero. 

IN THE BURNING DARKNESS. 
MITO. 
Vambery, Robert. 

MUSIC MASTER. (R) 

Van Products Co. 

COMPRESSED AIR ITS BEHAVIOR, TREAT- 
MENT AND CONTROL. 
Van Buiteneh, J. A. B. 

TWO PLAYS OF ANCIENT INDIA. 
Van Doren, Carl. 

THIRTEEN. (R) 

van Druten, John. 
SOLITAIRE. (R) 
Vane, Norman Thaddeus. 
BABY'S BABY. 
HONEY. 

Van Leuven, Jon Cloud. 

THE ANARCHIST. 

THE HEATHER FIELD. 

THE PORTUGUESE BIRD CLAW. 
Van Motman, Angelique A. SEE Motman, 

Angellque A. van. 

Van Nell, Cornells B. 

SENIOR LECTURES ON MICROBIOLOGY. 

Vantard, Henri. 

VIENNE CHANTE ET DANSE. 
Varin, Victor. 
THREE PARTIES. 

Varna, Henri, pseud. SEE Vantard, 

Henri. 
Vega, Lope de. 

TRANSLATIONS OF THREE PLAYS BY LOPE 
DE VEGA: LA M02A DE CANTARO, EL 
ACERO DE MADRID, AND POR LA PUENTE, 
JUANA; WITH AN INVESTIGATION OF 
THEIR DRAMATIC FORM. 

Vella, Joseph P. 
ONE-WAY STREET. 
Verettl, Antonio. 

I SETTE PECCATI. 
Verglnelli, Vlncl. 

ALADINO E LA LAMPADA MAGICA. 



Vertriebsstelle und verlag Deutscher 
BUhnenschrlftsteller und BUhnenkom- 
ponisten, G.M.B.H. 
ALPHA 2001. 
DER FROSCHKONIG . 

Vian, Boris. 

THE EMPIRE BUILDERS. 
THE GENERALS' TEA-PARTY. 
THE KNACKER'S ABC. 

Vldal, Gore. 

ROMULUS . 
Vigoda, David. 

SONG OF THE HUNT. 
Vilfrid, Jacques, pseud. SEE Anfrie, 

Jacques. 
Vincent, Allen. 

LETTERS TO LUCERNE. (R) 

Vincent, Russel. 

THAT TENDER TOUCH. 
Vincenty, Frank Martinez. 

VIVIO DOS MESES EN LA LUNA. 

Visual Data, Inc. 

[CHIIDREN'S BIBLE STORIESl 

Vizney, Steven M., pseud. 

MY ELEPHANT WEARS EARRINGS. 

Vogel, Julius, pseud. SEE Fogel, 
Julius . 

Vogel, Roberta Pahey. 
ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 

Vojlslav, Rajcevlc. 
LA MOUCHE DIGEREE. 

Volungls, Gertrude Diana. 
RE: TESTIMONIAL. 

Von Bokay, Johann. 
von. 



SEE Bokay, Johann 



Von Ezdorf, Richard R. 
THANK YOU, HWANG. 

Von Hartz, John. 
THE NEW MAN. 
Vosburgh, William Wallace. 

EASY DOES IT. (R) 
Vosbury, Newman. 

FORTRAN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 

LANGUAGE . 
KEYPUNCHING FOR STUDENT PROGRAMMERS. 

Vosjoli, Philippe Thyraud de. 

THE SAPHIRE AFFAIR. 
Voss, Albert M. 

TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY. 
Voss, Kitty Keepers. 

LET'S DREAM AWHILE. 

WE DREAM AWHILE. (R) 
Voss, Louis Alfred. 

WORIB OF DREAMS. 

Voutslnas, Evangelos. 

THE NIGHT WATCHMEN. 
Vreeland, Frank. 

VIVACIOUS LADY. (R) 
WHITE BANNERS. (R) 

Vreeland, Frank T. 
HOLD THAT KISS. (R) 
TIMES SQUARE LADY. (R) 

Vuono, Joseph. 

THE CASTING SPORTING GAME. 
THE SPORTING LIFE. 



(R) 



w 



Wachtel, Henry Kazimir. 

VIVISECTION OF THE SUPERNATURAL. 
Wachtel, L. John. 

THE UNIQUE WORLD AROUND US. 

Wachtel, P. Spencer. 

HOME IS SOMEPLACE AWAY FROM HERE. 

Wachtel Associates, inc. 

THE UNIQUE WORID ABOUND US. 



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Wade, James E. 

THE HOUSE OF FAME. 

Waldj Malvln. 

THE PRIME MINISTER'S TATTOOS. 
Waldbrunn, Ernst. 

ABER, ABER, HERR PROFESSOR. 

waiden, William. 

MINK ON WEEKDAYS. 
THE SILVER ECHO. 

Waldron, Emma. 

NO SILVER SAINTS. 
Waldron, Robert. 

NO SILVER SAINTS. 

Walker, Bill. SEE Walker, William S. 

Walker, Dolores. 
RISING STAR. 

Walker, Hallam. 
LE TARTUFPE. 

Walker, Joseph A. 

THE HARANGUES. 
Walker, Raymond. 

TURKISH DELIGHT. 
Walker, Willlajn Joseph. 

A NEW METHOD OF MUSICAL MOTION. (R) 
SINGLE STROKE SHORTHAND. (R ) 

Walker, William S. 
CAS A NOSTRA. 
wall, Charles Caswell III. 
MIND AMD MATH. 



Wallace, Gerald L. 
MISS BRENDA. 

Wallaoh, Ira. 
GRISDALE. 

Wallach, Leah. 

KARIN AND BILLIE. 

Wallner, Max. 

DIE PERIiE VON TOKAY. 

DIE PERLE VON TOKAY. 
Wallner, Pilar. 

DIE PERLE VON TOKAY. 
Wallop, Mrs. Douglas. 

Lucille Fletcher. 



(R) 

(R) 

SEE Herrmann, 



Wallsten, Robert. 

EIGHT O'CLOCK TUESDAY. (R) 
Walsh, Henry H. 

SIX PLAYS IN AMERICAN HISTORY. 

Walsh, R. G. 

SEVEN LOUSY CENTS. 
Walter, Eugene J., Jr. 

THE AMAZING, SPINE-TINGLING ADVENTURES 
OP MAUDE AND CLAUDE. 

Walter, Nancy. 
RAGS. 

Walter, Robert P. 

THE DECLINE AND FALL OP ABSOLUTELY 
EVERYTHING. 

Wanja, Iwa, pseud. SEE Schultze, 

Iwanka . 
Ward, Frank Watson, III. 

ALLSPICE. 
Ward, James Theodore. 
OUAH LAN'. fR^ 

Warfleld, Patrick C. 

SOME GROUND RULES OF ADVERTISING. 

Warren, James Herndon. 
FIRE ON THE EARTH. 

Washington (State) University. Press. 
FOUR PLAYS. 

Washington Square Press, Inc. 

FOUR PLAYS BY CHEKHOV. 
Wasser, Alan Charles. 

DO WHAT YOU WILL. 
Wasserman, Dale. 

MAN OF LA MANCHA. 

Waters, Rose A. 
THE OLD TIMER. 
Watrous, Howard. 

A MEW EXPERIENCE IN THE ART OF 
LIVING. 



Watson, Donald. 
THE BURGOMASTER. 
PLAYS, VOLUME V. 

Watson, Vera M. 
THE CATALYST. 

Wayne, Dorothy. 
QUICK FANNY'S. 

Wayne, Dorothy, pseud. SEE Wiener, 
Dorothy. 

Wayne, Marcia, pseud. SEE Hills, 
Constance. 
Wayo, Carl. 

BASIC SANITATION. 

Weatherby, H. S. 

SHIVERS . 
Weatherly, Anne Ferring. 
BASHFUL BACHELOR. (R) 

weathersby, Mary Anita. 
THE CHILDREN OF AINSLEY. 
Weaver, Carl Earl. 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON IS SABBATH DAY. 

Webb, Walter. 

ISSAC AND SIMEON. 

Weeks, Seth. 

THE GRIEVOUS WORLD. 
Wehle, Peter. 

ABER, ABER, HERR PROFESSOR. 
Weideli, Walter. 

AIDE-MEMOIRE POUR TYRANS A VENIR. 

Weik, Mary Hays. 

THE SCARLET THREAD. 

Weil, Robert E. 

THE RELUCTANT BACHELOR. 

Weinberger (A. M.) Ltd. 
THE GREAT WALTZ. 

Weine, Max G. 
JANET. 
JEANNE & CATHY. 

Weingold, Edward R. 

CAN CHARLIE COME IN TO PLAY. 

Weinstein, Stanley. 

PASSPORT TO LIFE. 
Weisman, Jael. 

THE FARCE OF PATELIN. 
Meiss, Ernest Raoul. 

MIRAKEL IM LOUVRE. 

Weiss, Noel. 

PHILOSOPHY IN THE BOUDOIR. 

Meld, Devereaux Chester. 

SOLITAIRE . 
Weld, Jonathan B. 

JIM BLACKFEATHERS, A STORY (ALL MIXED 
UP), A STORY (ALL MIXED UP), A 
STORY (ALL MIXED UP) 

Welden, John Sterling. 

FIVE PLAYS FOR THE STAGE. 

Wei don, Alan P. 

THE TIME HAS COME. 

Wellen, Edward. 

HOUSE OF CARDS. 
Wells, Beatrice F. 

AUTO ADVENTURES; TAPE TOUR, SAN 
FRANCISCO. 
Wells, E. F. 

EXECUTIVE SALES SERIES. 

Wells, Henry. 
TWO LOVES AGO. 

Wells, Henry James. SEE Scoari 

Publishers. 
Wells, Ray. 

TOYS. 
Wells, Robert S. 

AUTO ADVENTURES; TAPE TOUR, SAN 
FRANCISCO. 

Welsh, Cora Mae. 

THE HERETIC. 
Wendell, Maryanne. 

THE ECTOPLASMIC TRIO. 
Wenkaert, Hans Walter. 
THE ILLUSIONIST. 



Wenning, Kenneth '•'. 
LONDON EXPRESS. 

Wentworth, John B. 
THE YELLOW BICYCLE. 

West End Films, Inc. 
GREETINGS . 

Westbrook, Frank. 
FAT LADY. 

Westcott, Chester H. 
DEEP SEA FISHERMAN. 

V/estern Pub. Co., Inc. 

ESTA NOCHE ES LA VISPERA. 
FIVE PLAYS OF ALEXANDER OSTROVSKY. 
PORQUE ME DA LA GANA. 

Westheimer, David. 
MY SWEET CHARLIE. 

Wexler, Norman. 

THE HUFF AND THE PUFF. 
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO HUGGING AND 
KISSING. 

Weyhrauch, Grace Harvester. 
HARPER HOUSE. 
Wheeler, Opal. SEE Macrae, Opal 
Wheeler. 

White, Cristina L. 
PETER AND THE WOLF. 

White, Ernest Raoul, pseud. SEE 

Weiss, Ernest Raoul. 
White, Frank. SEE White, W. F. 

White, Lillian. 

THE BREAD IN THE BLOOMERS. 

White, W. F. 

AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 
Whitehead, Marjorie. 

CIRCUITS TO RIDE. 

Whiting, H. Neil. 

EXPERIMENTS WITH TRUTH. 
POUR PLAYS. 
Whitlock, Bache McEvers. 
NANCY. 
THE TRIUMPH OF ROBERT EMMET. 

Whitman, Carl, Jr. 

TALL TREE STANDS TALL. 
Whitman, Charles D., pseud. SEE 

Taggart, Tom. 

Whitman, Walt. 
DRUM-TAPS . 

Whyte, Ronald M. 

WELCOME TO ANDROMEDA. 

Whyte, Ronald Melville. 

A RATTLE OF SMALL SKELETONS. 
THE ROUNDS. 

Wideman, Violet. 

THE GIRL THAT GAVE UP HOME FOR CHRIST. 

Widney, Stone. 

THE GRACCHI BROTHERS. 

Wiener, Dorothy. 

REFLECTIONS . 
Wiener, Dorothy. SEE Wayne, Dorothy. 
Wiener, Hugo. 

ABER, ABER, HERR PROFESSOR. 

DER WAIZERKONGRESS . 
Wilde, Oscar. 

DORIAN, NEW MUSIC THEATRE. 
Wilder, Alec. 

SWEET DANGER. (R) 
Wilder, Thornton. 

A DOLL'S HOUSE. 
Wilder, Thornton Niven. 

SKIN OF OUR TEETH. (R) 

tfilensky, Benjamin Robert. 
KILL THE BABOONS. 

Wilkes, Michael Joseph. 
IN LOVE AND WAR. 

Wilkinson, Mrs. Lewis H. SEE 
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Wilkinson, Mary Louise H. 

THOSE WEDDING BELLS. 
Wilkinson, Richard Hill. 
SHOOT THE WORKS. (R ) 
WESTWOOD WHOA. (R) 

Willard, Ruth. 

A BRIDEGROOM FOR MARCELLA. 
THE JURY. 

KLARA. 

Wille, Frank. 

THE TIME OF CONFUSION. 

Williams, Bernice Reed. 

A SWIFT KICK. (R) 
Williams, Bert. 

LOVE AND BANG. 

Williams, Dennis Alvin. 

THE NUMBER THREE JONESEY AND OTHER 
PRELUDES . 
Williams, Dorothy L. 

AND DWELT AMONG US. 

Williams, Edward C. 
ER ZIJ LIGHT. 

FREIHEIT UNO WAHRE IDENTITAt. 
QUEL EST LE BIEN QUI SATISFAIT. 

SIA LA LUCE. 
VARI bestAr DET GODA SOM VERKLIGEN 
TILLFREDSSTALLER . 
WAS 1ST DAS GUTE, DAS WIRKLICH 
BEFRIEDIGT. 
Williams, Eralyn. 

THE CORN IS GREEN. (R) 

Williams, Eugene H. 
HAPPY EASTER. 

Williams, F. S. M. 
BAHAMA PASSAGE. 

Williams, Grace F. 
THE ENCHANTED TREE. 

Williams, Herbert, pseud. SEE 

Leegaard, Alf. 
Williams, Mrs. J. E. SEE Williams, 

Grace F. 
Williams, Merrell, Jr. 
LEON. 

Williams, Paul. 

THE GENIUS AND THE GUNPIGHTER. 

Williams (Pressman) Enterprises, Inc. 

THE GENIUS AND THE GUNFIGHTER. 
Williams, Tennessee. SEE Williams, 

Thomas Lanier. 

Williams, Thomas Lanier. 
KINGDOM OF EARTH. 

Williams, Ursula Vaughan. 
MELITA. 

Vdlliams, Vincent. 

THE LOUDEST NOISE IN THE WORLD. 
Willner, A. M. 

THE GREAT WALTZ. 

Wills, Mildred L. 

THE PRICE OF A CALF. 

Wllmoth, Patricia L. 
A MATTER OF A TOE. 

Wilson, Alice. 

MY GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK FROM TEXAS. 
Wilson, Bennett, pseud. SEE Kite, 
Barbara Allan. 

Wilson, Dale. 

THE PEOPLE REJOICE. 

Wilson, Don. 

RIO RICO. (R) 
Wilson, Edmund. 

THE DUKE OF PALERMO AND OTHER PLAYS, 
WITH AN OPEN LETTER TO MIKE NICHOLS. 
Wlnslow, Ralnsford J. 

US GOLFERS CURSE YOU, WIDOW KIMSOCK. 
Wlnslow, Winifred W. 

US GOLFERS CURSE YOU, WIDOW KIMSOCK. 

Winter, Nicholas. 

MISTRESS MOLL, MISTRESS MINE. 



Winters, Marian. 
THE TOUR. 

Winters, Maurice, pseud. SEE Gerland, 
Hazel M. 

Winters, Robert L. 

THE CONVICT'S DAUGHTER. 

Wlnther, Barbara. 

OLLANTAY. 

SHIVER OUR TIMBERS. 
Wire, Bob, pseud. SEE Metz, Bob. 
Wise, Carl F. 

THE BLAME. 
Wise, James. 

DAMES AT SEA. 

Wise, Leonard. 

PINEVILLE INCIDENT. 

Wisenthal, Tova R. 

AN EXERCISE IN JUSTICE. 
Witcomb, Nan. 

MRS. PLUMB AMD THE SPARROW PEOPLE. 

Witkiewloz, Stanislaw Ignaoy. 

THE MADMAN AND THE NUN AND OTHER 

PLAYS. 
LA MERE. 

LA METAPHYSIQUE D'UN VEAU A DEUX 
TETES. 

Witmer, Rod. 
FIRST LOVE. 



Inc. 



Witni, Monica. 

THE SPIDER FARM. 
Witt International Enterprises, 

THE GREEN PEOPLE. 

Wittlin, Thaddeus. 

TONIGHT: CHEKHOV, THREE WOMEN. 



Wobbe, C. R. 

THE SECRET SHARER. 

Wolcott, Bernice Blair. 
THE CORPSE REMARRIES. 
Wolf, W. R. 

WHERE THERE IS SMOKE. 

Wolfe, Burton H. 

CAMELLIA. 
Wolfe, Elton C. 

THE BIG SHOT. 

Wolff, Ruth Rehrer. 
ARABIC TWO. 
ARIANNE. 
Wolfson, Victor. 

TUMBLEWEEDS. 

Woock, Clare C. 

MADAME USA. 

SNOW BRIDGE. 

Wood, Charles. 
COCKADE . 

PROM A TO Z IN 155,000 WORDS OR LESS, 
AT LEAST. 

Wooding, Loyta. 

SKYLINGUAS, IN/ON THE AIR LANGUAGE 
LESSONS . 

Woodruff, Helen Morley. 
THE TROJAN HORSE, fR) 
Wooley, Sheb. 

BEN COLDER 'S HISTORY BOOK. 
Wooley, Sheb. SEE Channel Music Co. 
Wooten, Nancy. 
LADY MONTCLAIRE. 

Woroner, Murry. 

THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 
BEYOND THE CALL. 

Woroner Productions, Inc. 

THE ALL TIME MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT. 
BEYOND THE CALL. 

Woskoff, Verna. 

MISSUS & MYTHS. 
Wrather Corp. 

THE LONE RANGER. (Rl 

Wray, Daniel Arthur. 
NECRONOMICON . 



Wray, Judith E. 

THE UNDERGROUND ALICE. 

Wright, Charlec H. 

WERE YOU THERE. 
Wright, Isabel . 

A THEORY OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN 
POSTULATIONAL FORM. 
Wright, Robert. 

THE GREAT WALTZ. 
Wycherley, William. 

WILLIAM WYCHERLEY' S LOVE IN A WOOD 
AND THE GENTLEMAN DANCING MASTER, A 
CRITICAL EDITION. 
Wyler, Marc, pseud. SEE Felth, 

Michael T. , 

Wylie, Ida A. R. 

VIVACIOUS LADY. (R) 

Wylie, Max. 

GO HOME AND TELL YOUR MOTHER. 
Wyndhambell, Sherlock. 

THE SPANISH WOULDN'T SHOOT THE POPE. 



Yale University Library. 

TREASON, STRATAGEMS, AND SPOILS. 

Yanacopoulos, Sylvia. SEE Biesantz, 
Barbara Sylvia Yanacopoulos. 

Yates, D. Mike. SEE Yates, Doyle N. 
Yates, Doyle N. 
4x1-4. 

Yellen, Florence Kless. 

THE TOOTH FAIRY'S SECOND HELPER. 

Yerian, Theo. 

SECRETARIAL PRACTICE LECTURE. 
Yolen, Jane. 
ROBIN HOOD. 

Young, Andrew. 

BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL, IT'S BEAUTIFUL TO 
BE BLACK, 

Young, Clarence, III. 

JAW-JACKING 'BOUT A MISSION. 

Young, Cyril. 
QUOZ. 



SEE Kostreva, Arlene . 
SEE Taggart, 



Young, Garth. 

Young, Richard, pseud, 

Tom. 
Y6ung) Robert E. 

THE DECLINE AND FALL OF NEWARK, N.J, 

Youtz, Richard P. 

SCRIPTS FOR RECORDED LECTURE COURSE, 
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY. 
Yun, Isang. 

trSume . 



Zafra, Lourdes L. 

GINAGAWA NG OMNIPOTENTENG DIYOS ANG 
TAO NA MATAGUMPAY. 
Zagoren, Marc Alan. 

FOR THE PRICE OF THREE ROSES. 

GILBERT. 

Zakkai, Jamil. 
VAPORS . 

Zamecnlk, James. 
MAN IS MAGNETIC. 

Zanderhal, Philip A., pseud. SEE 
Flshbeln, Philip. 

Zankel, Harry Tevel, 

TEST TUBE. 
Zavidowsky, Bernard. 
NEWSREEL. 
WHERE IS THE STREETCAR TO MILWAUKEE, 



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Zea, James G. 
THE CRUSADER. 

Zeheri, Maria. 
SEE THROUGH. 

Zeller, Ben. 

SOME DIE FROM DRINKING WATER. 

Zelwecker, Franz. 
DER WALZERKONGRESS . 



Zetiime, Oskar. 

DER KLINGEL. 
Zetllne, Edith. 

HAMLET DES FAUBOURGS. 
Zieger, Henry A. 

BIG CITY BREAKDOWN. 
Zimmer, Bernard. 
THEATRE I. 
THEATRE III. 
Zirmner, Eleanor Barbara. 

ONE WAY TICKET ON THE HADES EXPRESS. 



Zimmermanj Jesse. 

WITH CONFUSED ALARMS. 
Zinsser, George. 

A GIRL CALLED KIMENY. 
Zourtbovlakis, N. J. 

ONCE UPON A TIME, MANY, MANY YEARS 
AGO. 
Zylstra, Dick William. 

HOW TO BE AN ADVERTISING GENIUS WITH 
NO BRAINS AT ALL. 



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Name Index 151 



Introduction 



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the work; unpaged works and those with 
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scribed as 1 V. ; in the case of works issued 
in more than one volume, the number of 
volumes is given. 

7) Series statement. 

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

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

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

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

12) Brief statement of the new matter on 
which copyright is claimed, preceded by 
the abbreviation NM, if this information 
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14) A statement of limitation of claim if the 
application or notice on the work explicitly 
limits the claim. 

15) Name of the copyright claimant. 

16) 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 application 
is given first, followed by the phrase "in notice" 
and the data given in the work; e.g., ©Richard 
Roe; 12Aug69 (in notice: 1968); DP7050. 

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registration may be selected for inclusion in the 
collections of the Library of Congress. Library of 
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the published works so selected. Orders for such 
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For renewal registrations, the main entry in- 
cludes the following items of information if 
available and applicable: 

1) Title. 

2) Names of authors of renewable matter. 

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, 
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9) Original registration number. 

10) Name of the renewal claimant followed by 
a statement in parentheses, usually abbre- 
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claim as supplied by the applicant; e.g., 
"John Doe (NK)" indicates that renewal 
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Abbreviations and Symbols 



The following list includes abbreviations and 
symbols used in this catalog with specific copy- 
right or bibliographic meanmgs. 



(A) 
a.a.d.o. 

a.k.a. 
Adm.c.t.a. 

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

appl. 



author(s) 

accepted alternative designation 

of 
also known as 
administrator(s) cum testa- 

mento annexo 
administrator(s) de bonis non 

cum testamento annexo 
application 



© 
(C) 

comp. 
d.b.a. 
(E) 
ed. 

(NK) 

NM 
P- 



copyright symbol 

child or children of the de- 
ceased 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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(PCW) 
(PPW) 
(PWH) 
prev. 



proprietor of copyright in a 
work copyrighted by a cor- 
porate body otherwise than 
as assignee or licensee of the 
individual author 

proprietor of copyright 
composite work 

proprietor of copyright 
posthumous work 

proprietor of copyright 
work made for hire 

previous, previously 



in a 



m a 



in a 



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 1 969 



Class C — Lectures and other works pre- 
pared for oral delivery . . . 
Class D — Domestic published dramatic 
and dramatico-musical works . 
Foreign published dramatic and 
dramatico-musical works . . 
Unpublished dramatic and dra- 
matico-musical works . . . 
Dramatic works registered in 
class A 



623 



177 



62 



1,340 



87 



Total 2, 289 



Renewals: Classes C and D 



487 



These figures represent the number of registra- 
tions for dramas and works prepared for oral 
delivery for July-December 1969, but do not 
necessarily represent the exact number of entries 
in this issue of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. 
Registration figures for other classes of material 
may be found in the respective parts. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



A list, arranged by tide 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 tides and from 
distinctive subtides are interfiled. 



A PROPOS D'UNE COMEDIE (A propos of a 
comedy) if aotes d'Anne Caprile. 1 v. 
© Anne Caprile; l4Aug69; DU75135. 

THE ABDICATION, by Ruth Wolff. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Ruth Wolff; 
30Dec69; DU7600O. 

ABEL ABE; original story idea and 

screenplay by Thomas H. Sharp. 284 1. 

© Thomas H. Sharp; 150ct69; DUTSee*. 
ABORTION, a play in 5 acts by Joe 

Spaulding. 16 1. © Joe Spaulding; 

25Aug69; DU75187. 

THE ABORTIONISTS, by Phyllistlne 
Gilbert. k2 1. A play in Z acts. 
© Phyllistlne Gilbert; 23Jul69; 
DU7''805. 

ABOUT SMOKING, A STRATEGY FOR STOPPING, 
by Herbert Spiegel. 9 1. Recording 
script. © Herbert Spiegel; 200ct69: 
C22515 . 

ABOVE THE TIMBERLINE, a play by George 
Savage & George Savage, Jr. Sept. 
1968. 79 1. Three acts. © George 
Milton Savage & George Milton Savage, 
Jr.; llAug69; DU7507'( . 

ABRAHAM REVISITED, by William Edward 
Hassan. 40 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© William Edward Hassan; 30ct69; 
DU75490. 

ABYSS, a love story by Bret Lyon. 
1 V. Three scenes. Based on the 
story by Leonid Andreyev. © Bret 
Lyon; 7Jul69; DU74697. 

THE ACROBATS, a comedy in two acts by 
Berry Fleming; music by D. T. Jones; 
lyrics by B. Fleming & W. Shakespeare. 
Darien, Ga., Ashantilly Press. 
124 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2May60, DU50981 & 4Dec6l, BBI9496. 
NM: additions, revisions & musical 
material. © Berry Fleming; 17Dec69; 
DP7196. 

THE ACT, by David Rodgers. 51 1. A 
play. © David Rodgers; 7Jul69; 
DU74777. 



THE ACT AND THE IMAGE, by Rachmael ben 
Avram. New York, Odyssey Press. 
292 p. Contents: Our town, by 
Thornton Wilder. — Romeo and Juliet, 
by William Shakespeare. Appl. 
author: Western Pub. Co., Inc., 
employer for hire. © Western Pub. 
Co., Inc.; l8Apr69; A82858. 

AN ACT IN SIX PLAYS, by Julian Wurm. 

■'■■'■ , A^ ® Julian Wurm; l6jul69: 
DU74865. 

THE ADDITION, by Martin Bell. 97 1. 
A screenplay. © Martin Bell; 
150ct69; DU75578. 

AN ADDRESS BY MRS. COKETTA SCOTT KING 
FOR THE VIETNAM MORATORIUM, DELIVERED 
AT THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT, WASHING- 
TON, D.C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I5, 
1969. 7 1. © Coretta Scott King; 
220ct69; C22330. 

AN ADDRESS BY MRS. CORETTA SCOTT KING 
FOR THE VIETNAM MORATORIUM, DELIVERED 
BY TELE-LECTURE TO JOHNS HOPKINS 
UNIVERSITY, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, 
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I5 , I969. 6 1. 
© Coretta Scott King; 220ct69; C22531. 
THE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, AS A 
CAREER; writer, Rita Kasper. 1 v. 
Fllmstrlp script. (Office education 
series) ® Graphic Research, Inc.; 
7Aug69; C22223. 
ADOLF HITLER; or. The summoning; or. 

Eternity. By Kenneth Kelman. 134 1. 

A play. © Kenneth E. Kelman; l8Dec69; 

DU75966. 

ADOLF N' EVA, a black comedy by Spike 
Hawkins. 1 v. Four acts. © Spike 
Hawkins; lljul69; DU74820. 

ADVANCES IN IMMUNOLOGY. 6 1. Tape 
script. Appl. author: Upjohn Co. 
® Upjohn Co.; lAugfig; C22035. 

THE ADVENTURES OF ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 
1 V. Recording script. Appl. author: 
Damil Productions. © Damil Produc- 
tions; lJul69; C21867. 



ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO. 
PINOCCHIO . 



See 



ADVENTURES OF THE AQUANAUTS, a creative 
musical play for children by Ruth 
Sadler. New York, Children's 
Musical Plays. 12 p. © Children's 
Musical Plays, Inc.; 20ct69; DP7139. 

ADVENTURES OF T(M SAWYER. See 
OUR BOY TOM. 
TOM. 

ADVENTURES TO CLOSET MUSH, by Errol 

Strider, pseud, of Errol J. Greenberg. 
25 p. A musical play in 6 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Errol Strider; 
29Sep69; DU75474. 

AESOP'S FALABLES, a moral rock musical 
for young people; book by Edward 
Graczyk; music by Shirley Hansen; 
lyrics by Marty Conine & Edward 
Graczyk. Anchorage, Ky.^ Anchorage 
Press. 44 p. Book & lyrics only. 
©Anchorage Press, Inc.; 22Jul69; 
DP7039. 

AFRICA SLEEPS, a musical fantasy in 
two acts by Joseph A. Walker; music 
by Dorothy A. Dinroe. 1 v. Two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Joseph 
A. Walker; l6jul69; DU74754 . 

AFTER THE FASHION SHOW, by Maryat Lee. 
14 1. A play. © Maryat Lee; 
17Dec69; DU75959. 

AFTER WHILE, CHOK'LIT CHILE, by Alfred 
Washington Wiggins. 1 v. A screen- 
play. © Alfred Washington Wiggins; 
30Jun69; DU74695. 

AGAIN? NOT AGAIN, a play in 1 act by 
Jay Anuskiewicz (James M. Anuskiewlcz) 
5 1. © Jay Anuskiewicz; l4Aug69; 
DU75104. 

AGAMEMNON. See 
TRAGEDIES . 

THE AGE OF ETIQUETTE; writer, June 
Eshelman. 1 v. Fllmstrlp script. 
(Girl's etiquette) ©Graphic 
Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; C22204. 

AGITATE FOR SALES; recording script 
for Sears, Roebuck & Co. by Jam 
Handy Productions. 9 1. © Sears, 
Roebuck & Co.; 2Jul69; C21931. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



AH, CAMILLE; a play in two acts by 
Russell Graves. 55 1. © Russell 
Graves; 28jul69; DVTigS^. 

AH, MOSCOW, a conversation in two scenes 
by Jay Anusklewlcz (.James M. 
Anuskiewicz) 8 1. © Jay Anuskiewlcz; 
lltAug69; DU75105. 

AIR; or. Like you think it is, and 
there's points for that too. A play 
in one act by Hal Ackerman (Harold 
Ackerman). 1 v. © Harold Ackerman; 
19Dec69; DU75969- 

AIR MAIL ONLY FOR THE MOON, a musical 
in two acts by Gian Carlo Treggi. 
59 1- Book only. © Gian Carlo 
Treggi; l6Sep69; DU75412. 

AIR SYSTEMS. See 

TRANSPORTATION TODAY. 

THE AIRPORT. See 

TRAVELING IN AND OUT OF OUR CITY. 

ALADDIN'S TREASURE; musical comedy by 
Ruth M. Black (Ruth H. Black Knepp) 
37 1. Three acts. Book only. 
© Ruth M. Knepp; 3Jul69; DU7't705. 

ALASKA; or. The secret of yonder moun- 
tain. A melodrama in three acts by 
Robert Fulton Kennedy, pseud, of 
Robert Barr. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer 
Drama Service. 25 p. t) Pioneer 
Drama Service; lJun69; DF7104. 

ALBERT HERRING; komische Oper in J 
Akten (5 Bildern) Musik von 
Benjamin Britten. Op. 59. Text nach 
einer Novelle von Guy de Maupassant 
frel gestaltet von Eric Crozier. Ins 
Deutsche ubertragen von Fritz 
Schroder; Klavierauszug von Henry 
Boys. London, Boosey & Hawkes. 572 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 2Apr'»8, 
DP140'»5. © on German translation; 
Hawkes & Son (London) Ltd.; 12Apr50; 
DF2925 . 

ALCESTE, by Robert Emmet Jones & John 
C. Rlmp. 8l 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert Eramet 
Jones & John C. Rimp; 20ct69; 
DU75551. 
ALEXANDER; Drama in neun Bildern by 
Franz Theodor Csokor. Wien, P. Zsol- 
nay Verlag. 66 p. © Paul Zsolnay 
Verlag,G.M.B.H.; 21Aug69; AFO-59117. 

ALEXANDER THE GREAT, by Violet Priest- 
ley. 17 1. Fllmstrlp script. 
© Violet Priestley d.b.a. Library 
Fllmstrlp Center; 8Dec69; C22427. 

ALEXANDER WHAT'S HIS NAME, by Claude 
Nomine, pseud, of Thomas J. McPadden. 
51 1. A play In 5 acts. © Thomas J. 
McPadden; lDec69; DU75879- 

ALFREDO, by Richard Dana. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 26Sep66, DU667't7. NM: revision 
4 additions. © Richard Dana; 
7Jul69; DU7't702. 

ALICE TAKES A TRIP, a contemporary 
film comedy with songs by Ervin 
Drake & Arnold Drake; songs by Ervin 
Drake. 178 1. Book only. All 
having been inspired by Lewis 
Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. 
© Ervin Drake & Arnold Drake; 5Sep69; 
DU75'«2.2- 

ALIVE oh; By Adam Osborne. 29 1. 
A play. C Adam Osborne; 21Aug69; 
DU7!.l69. 

ALL BUT THE STRONG, a two-act play by 
Raleigh Bond. 1 v. © Raleigh Bond; 
llAug69; DU7'*955. 

ALL CLEAR, ways to clear communication 
by Francis W. Dunn. 39 1. 
O Francis W. Dunn; 29Aug69; C22130. 



ALL OTHER PLEASURES, by Harold Miller. 
144 1. A play in 2 acts. © Harold 
Miller; 29Aug69; DU75235 • 

[ALL TIME HEAVYWEIGHT INTERVIEWS] by 
Murry Woroner. 12 v, © Murry 
Woroner; 170ct69; C22311. 

ALL YOU WANT IS A GLASS OF MILK? A 

comedy In three acts by Andrew C. 

Leventhal. 1 v. © Andrew C. Leven- 

thal; 3Nov69; DU75730. 
ALLERGIC REACTIONS TO INSECT BITES AND 

STINGS, h 1. Recording script. 

Appl. author: Upj'ohn Co. © Upjohn 

Co.; llAug69; 022074. 

ALL'S WELL WITH WILL. See 
NO HAPPY ENDINGS. 

ALOHA, SCHEFFER, a play of Hawaii by 
Helmut Meyer. 82 1. Three acts. 
© Helmut Meyer; 10Dec69; DU75917. 

THE ALPHABET GARDEN, by Albert Edwin 
Bresler. 14 1. A play in 5 scenes. 
© Albert E. Bresler; 22Jul69; DU75564. 

ALVIN KAEPIS, KTSB-TELEVISION EXCLUSIVE 
NEWS FEATURE; verbatim transcript. 
Episode no.l. 1 v. Telecast: 
Sept. l8, 1969. Appl. author: Studio 
Broadcasting System, division of High- 
wood Service, Inc. © Studio Broad- 
casting System, division of Highwocd 
Service, Inc.; 10Nov69; C22359. 

THE AMATEUR SINNER; original screenplay 
by Aubrey Wisberg. 124 1. © Aubrey 
'rfisberg; 15Dec69; DU75954. 

THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF ... by Mike 
Evans & others. 5 1-© Chappell & 
Co., Ltd.; 19Jun69; C21989. 

THE AMERICAN DEMOCRATIC FAITH. 5 1. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; 19D6c69; C22465. 

THE AMERICAN DREAM, a revue by Irvin M. 
Letofsky. 1 v. Appl. authors: Dan 
Sullivan & Mark Young. © Irvln M. 
Letofsky; 24Nov69; 022375- 

AMERICAN HISTORY, 1877 TO THE PRESENT; 
scripts for recorded lecture course 
by Clyde Griff en. 1 v. Appl. au- 
thors: Institute for Universal Stud- 
ies, Inc. & Clyde Griffen. © Insti- 
tute for Universal Studies, Inc.; 
8Dec69; C22412. 

AMERICAN MUSIC AND POLITICS; script by 
Brownlee Sands Corrln. ij 1. 
© Brownlee Sands Corrln; 17Dec69; 
022455. 

THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 10 1. Appl. 
author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 19Dec69; 022462. 

AMERICAN TREES, by Eleanor Roe (Eleanor 

Roe Munzer) 3 1. Recitation. 

© Eleanor Roe Munzer; 15Jul69; C22056. 
AMERICA'S GUEST, by J. V. Dellegrazlo. 

101 1. A play in 1 act. © J. V. 

Dellegrazlo; 24Nov69; DU75843. 

AMOS FORTUNE, FREE MAN, by Claire G. 
Miller & Selma R. Brody; music by 
H. Davidson. 1 v. Recording script. 
Based on the book of the same title 
by Elizabeth Yates. © Newbery Award 
Records, Inc.; 8Dee69; DU7590O. 

LES AMOUREUX; comedie en trois actes de 

Carlo Goldonl, adaptation francalse 

d'Anne Caprlle. [France] ><'y p. 

NM: revisions & additions. 'O Anne 

Caprlle; 20Dec68; DF2018. 
ANANDA TOWNSEND: READER AND ADVISER, 

a play In one act by William Hoa«. 

36 1. © William Hoag; 270ct69; 

DU75696. 



AND MORE GOLF. See 
golf; and MORE GOLF. 

AND PUPPY DOG TAILS, by David Gaard, 
pseud, of David B. Lostegaard. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. ® David B. Los- 
tegaard; l8Dec69; DU75967. 

AND SO IT WAS, a play in three acts by 
Beverly Thompson. 92 1. © Beverly 
Thompson; 9Jul69; DU74792. 

AND THE WINNER IS, a drama in three 
acts with songs by Pearl Fein. 49 1. 
Book only. © Pearl Fein; 9Jul69; 
DU74793. 

AND THEY SHALL BE GATHERED, by Martin 
Kelly. Salt Lake City, General 
Boards of the Mutual Improvement 
Associations of the Church of Jesus 
Christ of Latter-day Saints. 8I p. 
Eight scenes. © MIA General Boards, 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day 
Saints (in notice: MIA General 
Boards); 27Jun69; DP7030. 

AND TO ALL A GOOD NIGHT! A Christmas 
comedy by Donald Reed. 31 1. 
A play. © Donald R. Reed; 29Dec69; 
DU75 99t . 

ANDREW JACKSON. 2 1. Appl. author: 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 19Dec69; C22466. 

ANDROCLES AND THE LION, an original 
children's musical by Richard F. 
Stockton; based upon the tales of 
Apion & Aesop. 65 1. Book only, 
© Richard F. Stockton; 2Sep69; 
DU75246. 

ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW; scripts by Baxter 
McCray, pseud, of Royal B. McCreery. 
© Royal B. McCreery. 
School play episode. © 19Aug69; 

DU75150. 
Weekend camping trip. © 19Aug69; 
DU751t9- 

ANGEL? baby: A comedy in three acts 
by Joel M. Reed. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 31Jan68, DU70802. NM: 
new second & third acts. © Joel M. 
Reed; 210ct69; DU75659. 

ANGELS IN THE ATTIC, a comedy in three 
acts by Joe R. Bush; music by 
Betty L. Harris; lyrics by Joe R. 
Bush. 1 V. © Joe R. Bush & Betty L. 
Harris; 6Aug69; DU74956. 

ANGUISH AND WRATH, a drama in four acts 
by Sarah Davidovich Davis; translated 
from the Yiddish by Max Rosenfeld. 

1 V. © Sarah Davis; 24jun69; DP7133. 

ANIMAL, by Oliver Hailey. (in Collision 
course, by Edward Parone. New York, 
Random House, p. 75-85) © Oliver 
Hailey; 3Dec68; DP7049- 

ANIMAL HALL OF FAME, by Sniffles, a dog- 
type person, as translated by Harvey 
A. Shiffer, 15 1. Lecture. © Snif- 
fles, Dog-Type Person Foundation, 
Inc.; 7Jul69; C21938. 

ANNA LAUB. See 

THE SILVER FOXES ARE DEAD. 

ANNIE; written by Patricia Gleeson. 

2 1. © Patricia Gleeson; l8jul69; 
C2I983. 

THE ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL . . . film 
proposal by Tom Roberts (Thomas H. 
Roberts); music by Jim Conlan 
(James E. Conlan) 1 v. © Thomas H. 
Roberts; 17Jul69; DU7U880. 

ANONYMOUS ENEMY; original screenplay 
by Joel A. Rosenthal. 49 1. © Joel 
Arthur Rosenthal; 15Sep69; DU75364. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER TIME, a musical 
drama written & composed by Magda 
Neeld. 46 1. Seven scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. ® Magda Neeld; 22Aug69; 
DUTSWl. 

ANOTHER SEX FIIM? An original 
screenplay by Edward Mann & Will 
Holt with Dick Bailey. 107 1. 
© Cougar Productions, Inc.; 17Jul69; 
DU7t88lt . 

ANTIGONE'S WEDDING. See 

SEXTET: SIX ONE ACT PLAYS FOR OFF- 
BROADWAY. 

ANTI-INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTIONS: THE NA- 
TIONAL SOCIALIST MODEL AND THE PROS- 
PECTS FOR A CONTEMPORARY REVIVAL, by 
William T. Daly. 62 1. Lecture. 
© William T. Daly; 23May69; C21949. 

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, by William 

ShaJcespeare; edited by C . J. Giana- 
karis. Dubuque, W. C. Brown Co. 
Publishers. 89 p. (The Blackfriaxs 
Shakespeare) NM: additions & compi- 
lation. © Wm. C. Brown Co. Publishers; 
5Aug69; A91060. 

ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN, a new musical 
play in one-act; book & lyrics by 
David Lewis Hammarstrora; music by 
Michael Kohl. 1 v. © David Lewis 
Hammarstrora & Michael Kohl; 290ct69; 
DU75709. 

ANYTIME YOU SAY; musical comedy by 
Jack & Betty Turgeon. 1 v. Three 
acts. © J. & Betty Turgeon; l6Sep69; 
DU75591. 

ANZAC, a play in five acts by Mary 
Mann, pseud, of Mary A. Roman. 
155 1. © Mary A. Roman; 25Aug69; 
DU75199. 

APARTMENT. See 
THE SIXTH SENSE. 

APOCALYPSO, by Richard David Saul. 1 v. 
A musical play. ® Richard David Saul; 
6Aug69; DU75060. 
APPETITES, a comedy by Max G. Weine. 

Ly* ^^° ^=* = ' © Max G. Weine; 
200ct69; DU75612. 

THE APPLE TREE, a new musical; music 
by Jerry Bock & lyrics by Sheldon 
Harnick, book by Sheldon Harnick & 
Jerry Bock, additional book material 
by Jerome Coopersmith. New York, 
Random House. 89 p. 3 parts. 
Based on the Diary of Adam and Eve, 
by Mark Twain, The lady or the tiger, 
by Frank R. Stockton & Passionella, 
by Jules Feiffer. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. authors: Jerry Bock, Mayerling 
Productions, Ltd., employer for hire 
of Sheldon Harnick & Jerome Cooper- 
smith. Appl. states acts 1 & 2 prev. 
reg. I80ct66, DU67048. © on act 3 
(Passionella) ; Jerry Bock & Mayerling 
Productions, Ltd.; 9May67; DP65'^0. 

APPLESAUCE, a musical revue by Robert W. 
Mathews. 1 v. © Robert W. Mathews; 
140ct69; DU75641. 

APPOINTMENT WITH DISHONOUR; screenplay 
by Alan White. From the novel 
Appointment with dishonour, by 
William Gage. 12^1 1. Appl. author: 
Producing Artists, Inc., employer 
for hire of Alan White. © Producing 
Artists, Inc.; 5Sep69; DU75123. 



APPOINTMENT WITH DISHONOR. 
THE NAKED CHOICE. 



See 



AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE PRINCIPAL, a 
one-act play by Hindi Brooks. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 
9 p. (Eldridge popular one-act 
playscripts) © Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
15Sep69; DP7194. 



APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING; writer, June 
Eshelman. 1 v. Filmstrip script. 
© Graphic Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; 
C22215 . 

THE AQUARIUM. See 

GOING PLACES IN THE CITY. 

THE ARBITRATOR; screenplay by Tamir 
Khalil, pseud, of Thomas Khalil. 
1 V. © Tamir Khalil; 90ct69; DU7556C. 

ARCHBISHOP EUGENE SILK; screenplay by 
Stefan Shishkov. 86 1. © Stefan 
Shishkov; 15Jul69; DU7lt859. 

ARCHER & BEN ARE IN LOVE AGAIN; book & 
lyrics, Jim Dowd (James Dowd); music, 
Henry Martin. 'tg 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Henry Martin & James Dowd; 
26Nov69; DU75860. 

ARE ESPERANTO PROVERBS REAL FOLKLORE? 
By Margaret Hagler. 19 1. Lecture. 
© Margaret G. Hagler; 30Apr69; C2187I. 

ARE YOU LIVING IN THE PRESENT. See 
T.KRFT U IN HET HEDEN. 

ARE YOU SERIOUS? An amusement in 1 act 

by Jay Anuskiewicz (James M. 

Anuskiewicz) 3 1. © Jay Anuskiewicz; 
l4Aug69; DU75103. 

THE ARENA, an original screenplay by 
Maurice W. Connell. l49 1. From an 
original story by Maurice W. Connell, 
Mills L. Crenshaw & Donald M. Decker. 
© Maurice Wesley Connell; 2Jul59; 
DU74716 . 

ARIADNE AUF NAXOS; opera in one act 
with a prologue by Hugo Von Hofmann- 
sthal; music by Richard Strauss; new 
English translation of the prologue 
by Jolin Gutman. Boosey & Hawkes. 
15 p. Libretto. © Boosey & Hawkes, 
Inc.; 12Dec62; DP7074 . 

ARK II, by Pauline E. Peotter. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Pauline 
Elizabeth Peotter; 8Sep69; DU75295. 

ARMOIRE A GLACE UN BEAU SOIR. See 
TROIS PIECES SURHEALISTES . 

ARNHEIM, a three act play by Art King 
(Arthur H. King, Jr.) I58 1. 
© Arthur H. King, Jr.; 29Sep69; 
DU75442. 

ARNIE, by John O'Mara. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © John O'Mara; 19Nov69; 
DU75798. 

AROUND SOUTH AMERICA, a script for 
oral delivery of a narrative that 
accompanies a series of color slides 
by Julian & Irene H. Kahn. 38 1. 
© Julian Kahn; 25Sep69; C22241. 

ARTERIAL PROSTHESES. 4 1. Appl. 
author: Upj'ohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; 
lAug69; C220l»3. 

ARTICLE 134, by Frank James, pseud, of 
Frank Luzzi. 1 v. A play. © Prank 
Luzzi; 28N0V69; DU75867. 

THE ARTICLES AND THE CONSTITUTION. 

12 1. Dialog. Appl. author: Mt . San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 19Deo69; 022465. 

AS AN ANIMAL SEES THE WEST (Before man 
and now) A documentary for televi- 
sion; oral presentation & narration 
by the author of the script. Sniffles, 
a dog-type person, as conveyed to 
H. A. Shiffer. 10 1. Appl. author: 
Sniffles, Dog-Type Person Foundation, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Sniffles, 
Dog-Type Person Foundation, Inc.; 
310ct69; C22378. 

AS IT WAS, a one act drama in two 

scenes by Dallas, pseud, of Dallas L. 
Woodring. 34 1. © Dallas L. 
Woodrlng; 19Aug69; DU75151. 



AS THE SPARKS FLY UPWARD, by Rupert 
Kempf. 89 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Rupert Kempf; llSep69; DU75322. 

AS YOUNG AS YOU FEEL (I give it six 
months) A situation comedy by Don 
Appell. 36 1. A screenplay. 
© Don Appell; 21Nov69; DU75830. 

THE ASHES OF MOSES, by Mae T. Sullivan. 
1 V. Four acts. © Mae T. Sullivan; 
I5JUI69; DU74861. 

ASK ME AN ANSWER, I'LL GIVE YOU A 
QUESTION, by Lew Rosenberg & Ramona 
DiTolla . 1 V. A musical play in 2 
acts. © Lew Rosenberg & Ramona 
DiTolla; 4Sep69; DU75315 . 

ASKIA MOHAMMED I & HATSHEPSUT; prepared 
by Bixie Crawford, pseud, of Birdie 
M. Wyatt. 1 V. NM: revisions. 
© Birdie M. Wyatt; 27Aug69; C22125. 

ASOKA THE GREAT, an original drama in 
three acts by William Kranz. 120 1. 
© William Kranz; l4jul69; DU74846. 

ASPECTS OF ENGLISH. See 
THE ONE ACT PLAY. 

ASPECTS OF THE MOON, a play in two 
atrocities by Shelley Costa. 23 1. 
© Shelley Costa; 25Sep69; DU75390. 

THE ASSASSINS, a play in 1 scene by 

Jay Anuskiewicz (James M. Anuskiewicz) 
91. © Jay Anuskiewicz; 7Jul69; 
DU74764. 

THE ASSIGNMENT, a play in two acts by 
Gertrude Samuels. 90 1. © Gertrude 
Samuels; 210ct69; DU75658. 

asterisk; a comedy of terrors by 
Jerome Weidman. Dramatists Play 
Service. 62 p. Three acts. 
© Jerome Weidman; 12Aug69; DP7076. 

ASTRO COSMO AND THE YOUNGSTARS IN 
OUTER SPACE, by H. J. M. Melaro. 
1 V. © H. J. M. Melaro; 3IJUI69; 
DU75018. 

ASTRO SAGE, THE HOROSCOPE FOR THE ASTRO 
AGE. 3 1. Radio script. Appl. au- 
thor: Harco Communications. © Harco 
Communications; l8Aug69; C22389. 

ASTROLOGY SCANS THE EQUINOX, by Olga 
Chalaire. 6 1. Lecture. © Olga 
Chalaire; 4Sep69; C22l4l. 

ATTENTION. 16 1. Tape recording 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District; l6jul69; C21978. 

ATTRITIONAL OCCLUSION AND BEGG LIGHT 
WIRE TREATMENT, by Peter C. Kesling. 
1 V. Slide lecture. © TP Labora- 
tories, Inc.; 24Nov69; C22434. 

AUDIO-TUTOR. Slide rule program 1-4. 
4 V. Appl. author: Flexible Learn- 
ing Systems, Inc. © Roger Bodley & 
Robert C. Goodman; 7Nov69; C22357 . 

AUNT HADDIE'S, by Joe Seneca. 23 1. 
A screenplay. © Joe Seneca; 150ct69; 
DU75596. 

AUNT HARRIET'S LEGACY, a play in two 
acts by Chris Stevens, pseud, of 
Jack Christy. 45 1. © Jack Christy; 
10Sep69; DU75309- 

AUTOGRAPH HOUND. See 

LEMONADE, AND THE AUTOGRAPH HOUND. 

AUTOMATIC METAL INERT GAS CLADDING; 
audio scripts. Lesson 1-3 . 1 v. 
Appl. author: Westinghouse Learning 
Corp. Appl. ti . : Westinghouse course. 
© Westinghouse Learning Corp.; 
2Sep69; C22138. 

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY, SERIES I; 
16 scripts for multl media lessons 
by Mt. San Jacinto College. 1 v. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 



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AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY, SERIES I. -Con. 
College District, Mt. San Jacinto 
College. ® Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District; 23May69; C21975. 

AUTUMN SERENADE. See 
FOUR ONE ACT PLAYS. 

AVENTURES DE ZE-LUIS, MARIA ET LEUR FILS 
JOAO, FUYANT LA FAMINE DU SERTAO FOUR 
VENIR S'ENLISER DANS LE BIDONVILLE 
DE RECIFE. See 
LE CYCLE DU CRABE. 

AWESOME THE WEAPON, by Evelyn Selters. 
106 1. A play in 5 acts. © Evelyn 
Selters; 31Jul69; DU75015. 



B 



B.U.M. PLAY. See 

FOUR FROM ELLSWORTH WHIMBY. 

BAAL, by Bertolt Brecht; edited by 
Volkraar Sander. Waltham, Mass., 
Blaisdell Pub. Co. I19 p. (A 
Blaisdell book in the modern lang- 
uages) German & English. NM: introd., 
notes, topics for discussion, bibli- 
ography & vocabulary. Q Blaisdell 
Pub. Co., a division of Ginn Sc Co.; 
17Sep69; AIIIO92. 

LE BABOUR; piece en deux parties de 
F^licien Marceau, pseud, of Louis 
Carette. 1 v. © F^licien Marceau; 
9Jun69; I>\J7kB36. 

THE BABY BREAKS THE DOLL (Le fil 
d'Arianne) Original screenplay by 
Carl Tran-Ba-Huy. 86 1. © Carl 
Tran-Ba-Huy; 28Nov69; DU75868. 

BACCHAE. See 
PENTHEUS DEAD. 

DAS BAD AUF DER TENNE; Spieloper von 
Rolf Meyer, Texte der Ges'Snge: Gtinther 
Schwenn, Musik: Friedrich Schroder. 
Berlin, F. Bloch. 65 1. Libretto. 
© Felix Bloch Erben; 26Mar55 ; DF2027. 

BAD BAD JO- JO. See 

STOP, YOU'RE KILLING ME. 

THE BAD BREATH BASILISK, a play for 
children by Phyllis McCallum. 52 1. 
Three acts. © Phyllis McCallum; 
22Jui69; du7'4921. 

THE BAD OLD DAYS; story & screenplay 
by Paul Casey. 115 1- © Paul 
Arnold Casey; 28Jul69; DU7't900. 

BAKER'S ROYALTY PLAYS. See 

IF SHERLOCK HOU-IES WERE A WOMAN. 

BANFF NATIONAL PARK, BANFF TOWNSITE TO 
COLUMBIA ICEFIELD. 1*3 1- Tape 
recording script. Appl. authDr: 
Auto Tape Tours, Inc. Appl. ti.: 
Descriptive tour of Banff National 
Park. © Auto Tape Tours, Inc.; 
8Aug69; C22063. 

BANFF NATIONAL PARK, COLUMBIA ICEFIELD 
TO BANFF TOWNSITE. h6 1. Tape 
recording script. Appl. author: 
Auto Tape Tours, Inc. Appl. tl.: 
Descriptive tour of Banff National 
Park. © Auto Tape Tours, Inc.; 
8Aug69; C22062. 
BANTAM PATHFINDER EDITIONS. See 
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. 

BAPU, a play about Gandhi by Alexander 
Panes. 77 1. Eighteen scenes. 
® Alexander Panas; 2ltJul69; DU7'»9t5. 

BAPU, by Donald Freed 4 Harold 

Lleberman (Hal Lleberman) 1 v. A 
play in 3 acts. C Donald Freed & 
Hal Lleberman; 28Jul69; DU7't972. 

BAPU, by Laxral Parasurain. ifj 1. A 
play in 3 acts. © Laxmi Parasuram; 
22Jul69; DU7't905. 



THE BAR MITZVAH, an original musical 
play; lyrics & story written by 
Bianca Zwang Hirsch; music composed 
by Floriene Goldeen Merenbach. 2 v. 
© Bianca Zwang Hirsch & Floriene 
Goldeen Merenbach; l6jul69; DU7l(866. 

BARBARY COAST, a musical play; music & 
lyrics: Phyllis Hiller; book: Judy 
Gilbert & Aaron Hiller. 2 v. Two 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
The blue garter, Sept. I96I. NM: ad- 
ditions. © Phyllis & Aaron Hiller & 
Judy Gilbert; 22Dec59; DU75989. 

BARKAWAY'S SECRET TREASURE, a play for 
children of all ages by Chris 
McCann (Christian D. McCann) 1 v. 

5 acts. © Chris McCann; 27Aug59; 
DU75222. 

THE BARKING PUSSY-CAT, a musical play 
for children of all ages; book & 
lyrics by Nancy Wetmore; music com- 
posed & arranged by Roy J. Holton. 
2 v. © Roy J. Holton & Nancy Byron 
Wetmore; 13Nov69; DU75780. 

THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE STREET, a 

comedy in five acts by Rudolph Besier. 
New York, Washington Square Press. 
1 v. (Reader's enrichment series) 
Appl. author: Simon & Schuster, Inc., 
employer for hire. NM: reader's 
supplement. © on reader's supplement 

6 teaching manual; Simon & Schuster, 
Inc.; lJul69; AIO8705. 

BASEBALL'S ACHES AND PAINS. 4 1. 
Appl. author: Uojohn Co. © Upjohn 
Co.; 150ct59; C22297. 

THE BASEMENT, a play by Harold Pinter. 
Dramatists Play Service. Acting ed. 
21 p. Twelve scenes. Appl. states 
prev. reg. & pub. I967. © H. Pinter, 
Ltd. ; 3Sep69; DP7129. 

BASIC ARC WELDING. Lesson 1-12. 79 1. 
12 scripts. Appl. author: Westing- 
house Learning Corp. © Westinghouse 
Learning Corp.; 17Feb69; C22049. 

BASIC COLORS AND COLOR WORDS KIT. 
Tape A-C. 3 v. Recording scripts. 
Appl. author: Education Unlimited 
Corp. ® Education Unlimited Corp.; 
170ct59; C22327. ! 

BASIC CONCEPTS OF DATA PROCESSING; a 
lecture. l'+8 1. Appl. author: Audio- 
Visual Training Systems, Inc. 
© Audio-Vl.=iual Training Systems, Inc.; 
31Dec69; C22i*83. 

LBASIC MACHINE SHOP PRACTICES] 15 v. 
15 television scripts. Contents:^ 
Program no.: 1-t. Shop math. --5-6. 
Blue print reading. --7. Job planning. 
--8-9. Use of precision tools. --10. 
Precision tools. --11. Machinablllty . 
— 12. Milling. --13-lt. Macl-.lrabillty. 
--15. Industrial safety. Appl. au- 
thor: General Electric Co., Armament 
Dept. © General Electric Co., Arma- 
ment Dept.; I'tjul69; 021955-21969. 

BASIC NUMBER CONCEPTS KIT. 1 V. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Education Unlimited Corp. © Educa- 
tion Unlimited Corp.; 170ct69; C22318. 

BASIC RADAR AND TRANSPONDER, by Sander- 
son Films. 15 1. Script of disc 
recorded narration to be reproduced 
as an educational lecture. © Sander- 
son Films, Inc.; 20c t69; C22275. 

BATHSHEDA IN THE ORCHID TUB, by Addison 
Barker. 48 1. A play in 13 scenes. 
© Addison R. Barker, Jr.; 2Sep69; 
DU75251. 

BATMAN. See 

THE CRIME COMPUTER. 

HOW MANY HERRINGS IN A WHEELBARROW. 

SIMON THE PIEMAN. 

THE BATTLE OF HILL 875. by Ethel F. 
Clevenger. Sheet. Recitation. 
O Ethel Clevengerj 7Jul69; C21880. 



THE BEAR, a musical adaptation of 

Anton Chekov's play; script & lyrics 
by Duke Yelton; music by Jo Hanson, 
pseud, of Ernest R. Johanson. 1 v. 
© Joyel Music Pub. Co.; l6Jun69; 
DU74683. 

BEARSKIN, by Howard Pyle & Susan R. 
Hinkel. 23 1. A musical play in 8 
scenes. Based on a story of the same 
name. Book & lyrics only. © Susan R. 
HLnkel; l6Jul69; DU74730. 

BEASTS OF THE FIELD, a satirical melo- 
drama in one act by Paul Holmberg. 
30 1. © Paul Holmberg; 6Nov69; 
DU757't4. 

BEATING THE MARKET. 3 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Upjohn Co. 
© Upjohn Co.; llAug69; C22086. 
A BEAUTIFUL DAY TO BE BEAUTIFUL; 

writers, June Eshelman & Bob Gaughn. 
10 1. Fllmstrip script. © Graphic 
Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; 022200. 

A BEAUTIFUL SUNDAY; or. Once, on the 
road from Dalat . A modern drama by 
Jean-Francois Herbert. 1 v. Three 
acts. © Jean-Francois Herbert; 
29Dec69; DL75998. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, a play with dance 
for children 4 adults by David Markle . 
19 1. An adaptation of the classic 
fairy tale. Nine scenes. Book only. 
© David B. Markle; 130ct69; DU75553. 

BEAUTY AND THE BOOTS, a one-act comedy 
from the French of Pierre Huberty & 
Max Francy; reworked by J. I. Rodale. 
24 p. NM: revision & additions. 
© J. I. Rodale; 5May69; DP7036. 

BEAUTY AND THE LONELY BEAST, a two act 
musical play for children by Eleanor 
Harder. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama 
Service. 2 v. © Pioneer Drama 
Service; lJun69; DP7117. 

BECKET; ou, L'honneur de Dleu. By Jean 
Anouilh; edited by Bettina L. Knapp S: 
Alba della Fazia. New York, Appleton- 
Century-Crof ts. l49 p. Four acts. 
NM: introd., footnotes, exercises & 
vocabulary. © Meredith Corp.; 
23Jun69; A94636. 

BEDTIME STORIES. 1 v. 4 recording 

scripts. Contents: The three bears. — 
Cinderella. — Puss in boots. — Red 
Riding Hood. Appl. author: Damil 
Productions. © Damil Productions; 
lJul69; C21868. 
BEFORE BLACK WAS BEAUTIFUL; one act play 
by George 0. Brome. 12 1. ® George 
Oliver Brome; 20ct69; DU75'*84 . 

BEFORE MAN AND NOW. See 

AS AN ANIMAL SEES THE WEST. 

BEFORE THE MORNING LIGHT, a screenplay 
by Clement Fowler. Ill 1. © Clement 
D. Fowler; 60ct69; DU75518. 

THE BEGINNER, a history play in two acts 
by D. A. Garrick. l67 1. © D. A. 
Garrick; 9Jul69; DU74724. 
BEGINNING EXPERIENCES IN LOGICAL THINK- 
ING, by Selma Greenberg & Anita 
Gurlan. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Classroom Materials Co.; 12Sep69; 
022189. 
BEING A DOCTOR'S WIFE. See 

PRIVATE LIFE OF A DOCTOR'S WIFE. 

BELCHER'S LUCK, by David Mercer. 
London, Calder & Boyars. 109 p. 
Two acts. © David Mercer; 28Apr67; 
AF29279. 

A BELL FOR KING CARL, by Claire Jones 
8c Bob Varga. 27 1. A play. 
© Claire Jones & Bob Varga; l8jul69; 
DU748qO. 



BELL SYSTEM SCIENCE SHORT. 
LASERS UNLIMITED. 
VOICES FROM THE DEEP. 



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THE BELLGOAT, ty Harvey Flaxraan. Il6 1. 
A screenplay. © Harvey Flaxman; 
130ct69; DU75572. 

THE BELLY DANCER, an original screen- 
play by Meir Zarchi. 77 1 . ® Meir 
Zarchlj 25 Sep 69; DU75lt58. 

THE BENDING OP THE BOUGH, a play in five 
acts by George Moore. Chicago, DePaul 
University. 87 p. (Irish drama 
series, vol.3. William J. Feeney, 
editor) NM: introci., footnotes, 
bibliography, editorial commentary. 
€> DePaul University; 150ct69; 

Aiogs^j. 

BENJAMIN BANNEKER. b 1. Appl . author: 
Cultural History Research, Inc. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; lAug69; C22284. 

BEOWULF, a screenplay by Andrew 

Sinclair. 47 1. © Andrew Sinclair; 

25Jul69; DU74944. 

THE BEST PLAYS OP I968-I969; edited by 
Otis L. Guernsey, Jr., illustrated 
with photos. & with drawings by 
Hirschfield. New York, Dodd, Mead. 
526 p. (The Burns Mantle yearbook) 
Appl. states all new except drawings 
& prev. pub. portions of plays. 
© Dodd, Mead & Co. , Inc.; 20Nov69; 
AII3451. 

THE BEST SHORT PLAYS, 1969; edited & 
with an Introd. by Stanley Richards. 
Philadelphia, Chilton Book Co. 475 p. 
(The Margaret Mayorga series) Appl. 
states material on p.l-56, IO7-I31 
prev. pub. © Stanley Richards; 
8sep69i A98739. 

BESUCH DER ALTEK DAME. See 
THE VISIT. 

BETA & VICKY ON THE MOON, by Steven 
Ronald Brattman. 27 1. A play. 
© Steven Ronald Brattman; l60ct69; 
DU75598. 

BETINA, MY LOVE; or. The night Betlna 
packed her bags. By Ben A. Goldlng. 

1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Ben A. 
Golding; 10Jul69; DU?48l3. 

THE BETROTHED, a one-act play by Newton 
Berry. 38 1. © Newton Berry: 
15Sep69; DU75348. 

BETS; written by Patricia Gleeson. 

2 1. © Patricia Gleeson: l8jul69: 
C2I985,. 

BETTER THE DRAGON, a happening in ten 
scenes by Vincent Williams. 1 v 
© Vincent Williams; 15Sep69; DU75358. 

BETTY AND BOBBY GO TO THE MOON. 8 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Damil 
Productions. © Damil Productions; 
lJul69; C21864. 

BETWEEN HEAVEN AND HELL IS HOME, by 
Jeffrey Wolf Kimmel. 1 v. Three 
acts. © Jeffrey Wolf Kimmel; 
31Mar69; DP7016. 

BETWEEN TWO MONDAYS, a farce in three 
acts by Carl Don, pseud, of Kalman 
Goldman. 84 1. © Carl Don; l6sep69: 
DU75265. 

BEULAH LAND IS A SONG, a chancel drama 
by Louise Morgan, pseud, of Louise 
Stiernberg. 23 1. ® Louise Morgan; 
20Aug69; DU75I59. 

BEWARE OF GREEKS BEARING GIFTS; written 
by Bob Booker, George Foster, Sheldon 
Keller & Howard Albrecht. 36 1. 
20 scripts. Appl. author: Thirteen 
Productions, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Thirteen Productions, Inc.; 13Aug69; 
C22054. 

BHAGAVAD GITA. See 
COME SEE OUR GARDENS. 

BIALY, by Richard M. Oxman. 33 1. 
A screenplay. © Richard M. Oxman; 
l8Aug69; DU75828. 



BIBLE STORIES AND PRAYERS. 1 v. 
Appl. author: Damil Productions. 
NM: new version with new & additional 
words. ©Damil Productions; 29Aue69; 
C22132. 

BIG BRUCE, by Bud Reneau & others. 
Sheet. © Elkee Music; 4Aug69; 
C22002. 

BIG CHARLOTTE, by John Wallowitch & 
Christian Carra, pseud, of Neal 
Karrer; music & lyrics by John Wallo- 
witch. 1 V. One act. © Sky Witch 
Music Pub. Co., John Wallowitch, 
sole owner; I40ct69; DU75592. 

THE BIG GATE, by Albert Evans, pseud. 

of Albert Lipitz. 1 v. A play in 
4 scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 

26Mar69, DU73827. NM: additions & 

revisions. © Albert Lipitz; 240ct69; 

DU75672. 
THE BIG TOP, by Bob & Barbara Reilly, 

Catherine Brewster, Charley Frederick. 

1 V. A play. © People's Street 

Theater; 150ct69; DU75593. 

BILL'S WHITE GIRL, a musicalized 

social drama by Thomas Denton. 

86 1. Two acts. Book only. 

© Thomas Denton; 5Jun69; DU74708. 
BILLY NONAME; lyrics & music by Johnny 

Brandon, book by William Wellington 

Mackey. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 

Book & lyrics only. © Johnny Brandon 

& William Wellington Mackey; 25Aug69; 

DU75198. 
BINOCULARS, a play in one act by 

Daniel Harris Wilcox. 59 1. 

© Daniel Harris Wilcox; 130ct69; 

DU7558O. 

BIOGRAPHY, a game by Max Frlsch; trans- 
lated from the German by Michael 
Bullock. 1st ed. New York, Hill & 
Wang. 90 p. Two pt. © Michael 
Bullock; 12Jun69; DP708l. 

BIRTHDAY, a play by Michael McDowell. 
9 1. © Michael McDowell; 23Jul6g; 
DP716O. 

THE BIRTHDAY PARTY. See 
HERE COMES PIXIE. 

THE BIRTHDAY PRESENT, a play in one 
act by Peter Brook. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 28 p. © Peter 
Brook; 6Aug69; DP7089. 

THE BISHOP'S HEAD, by Marshall Yaeger. 
72 1. A play. © Marshall Jay 
Yaeger; lJul69; DU74679. 

BISON BOOK. See 

GALLATHEA AMD MIDAS. 

THE BITCH, an original screenplay by 
Pat Power Cacciotti. 1 v. 
® Pat Power Cacciotti; llDec69; 
DU75926. 

BITCHES, a play of contemporary 
manners by Dalton Dearborn & Tom 
Harshman (Thomas Harold Harshman) 
1 V. Three acts. © Dalton Dearborn 
& Tom Harshman; 17Jul69; DU74886. 

BITS AND PIECES, a play by John W. 

Gibson. 33 1. Three acts. Book 5: 

lyrics only. © John Worthington 

Gibson; 30Sep69; DU75447. 
BITTER BIERCE, by Saul Levitt. 1 v. 

A play in 3 acts. © Saul Levitt; 

3Jul69; DU74739. 

BITTER WINE, by Hope Hern. 54 1. 
A screenplay. © Hope Hern; 6Nov59; 
DU75747. 

BLACK AND WHITE AND RED ALL OVER, a 
comedy in one act by Robert Kornfeld. 
Rev. 39 1. © Robert J. Kornfeld; 
100ct69; DU75570. 

BLACK ANIMATED HISTORY CARTOON PRODUC- 
TIONS. See 

THE FIRST BLACK GRADUATE OF WEST 
POINT. 



THE BLACK ASP, by Drake Walker. 83 1. 
A screenplay. © Drake Walker; 
15Dec69; DU75955. 

BLACK CULTURAL LEADERS IN LITERATURE. 
Appl. author: Cultural History Re- 
search, Inc. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; lAug69; C22290. 

BLACK CULTURAL LEADERS IN MUSIC. 8 1. 
Appl. author: Cultural History Re- 
search, Inc. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; lAug69; C22291. 

BLACK FANTACY? By Bill Moore (Wilbert 
Moore) l4 1. A play. © Wilbert 
Moore; 29Dec69; DU75995. 

BLACK FREEDOM. See 
RUN-A-WAY. 

BLACK GAMBIT, a play in three acts by 
I. J. Silverstone. 1 v. © I. J. 
Silverstone; 15Sep69; DU75316. 

THE BLACK HALL OF FAME, by Dorothy 
Byers Barnes. 27 1. A play. 
© Dorothy Byers Barnes; l4jul69: 
DU74841. 

BLACK INFIDEL, an original screenplay 
by Charles Sullivan. 1 v. 
© Charles H. Sullivan; 22Jul69; 
DU749I5. 

BLACK MASS. See 

FOUR BLACK REVOLUTIONARY PLAYS. 

BLACK MASS ON MONDAY NOON, a tragedy in 
eight scenes by Mishael Navonad 
Persall (Michel Piersall, pseud.) 
Ill 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
220ct68, DU72672. NM: additions. 
© Mishael Navonad Persall; llAug69; 
DU75078. 

BLACK NATURE SEEDS; written by Ira J. 
Clemons. 31. © Ira J. demons; 
28Aug69; C22129. 

BLACK OUT, written by Sylvia B. Hampton. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 10Jul69, DU74725. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Sylvia 
Burrell Hampton; 6Nov69; DU75814. 

THE BLACK PASSION, by Benedict S. 
Biscogllo. 58 1. A play. 
© Benedict S. Biscoglio; 17Sep69; 
DU75369. 

BLACK RATTLER BLUES, a play in one act 
by Zeke Johnson (James Henderson 
Johnson) Acting ed. 22 1 .' © James 
Henderson Johnson; 2Sep69; DU75257. 

BLACK REFLECTIONS IN A WHITE EYE, a 
musical revue by the Dallas Theater 
Center Resident Co.; script compiled 
by Sally Netzel; lyrics by Sally Net- 
zel; music by Raymond Allen. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Sally Netzel; 
25Nov69; DU75808. 

BLACK STUDIES, a play in two scenes by 
E. Curmle Price & Ronald Williams. 
18 1. © E. Curmie Price & Ronald 
Williams; 8Dec69; DU75913. 

BLACKBIRD TAKES WING. See 

LOW MAM IN THE READING CIRCLE. 

BLACKFRIARS SHAKESPEARE. See 
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. 
MACBETH. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. 
THE TEMPEST. 
BLACKS SEARCH FOR A FUTURE, by D. T. 
Davis. 15 1. A play. © Derek T. 
Davis; 200ot69; DU75604 . 

BLACQUE HEARTED HEADACHE DERAILED. See 
TRUE BLUE'S BLUES. 

BLAISDELL BOOK. See 
BAAL. 

THE MERRY WIVES OP WINDSOR. 
THE FIRST PART OF KING HENRY THE 

SIXTH. 
DES MEERES UND DER LIEBE WELLEN. 
DANTONS TOD. 



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BLAISDELL BOOK. -Con. 

SCHERZ, SATIRE, IRONIE UND TIEFERE 

BEDEUTUNG. 
THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY THE 

SIXTH. 
THE THIRD PART OF KING HENRY THE 

SIXTH. 
WIR WUNDERKINDER. 

THE BLAZONS OF NEW CREATIONS OF ARMORIAL 
BEARINGS, by Walter Angst. 19 1. 
Lecture. © Walter Angst; 9Sep69; 
C221i»5 . 

THE BLIND BEAUTY, a play by Boris 

Pasternak; translated by Max Hayward 
& Manya Hararl with a foreword by 
Max Hayward. London, Collins & 
Haryill Press. 128 p. © on trans- 
lation; Wm. Collins Sons & Co., Ltd.; 
22May69; DF2022. ' ' 

BLISS TOWERS, by Brandon James, pseud, 
of Margaret Brandon James Collins. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Margaret 
Brandon James Collins; 5Nov69; 
DU75738. 

THE BLOOD HARVESTERS, by Linda Stockham. 
73 1. A screenplay. © Linda J. 
Stockham; 3Jul69; DU747l(lt. 

BLOODLESS GENOCIDE, by Lindy V. Avaki- 
an. 1* 1. © Lindy V. Avakian; 
6Aug69; C22059. 

THE BLUE BANSHEE, a television play by 
Milton Bernard. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Milton Bernard; lDec69; DU75878. 

THE BLUE CITROEN, by Robert Mott & 

Victor Merinow. 182 1. A screenplay. 
© Robert L. Mott & Victor Merinow; 
2Sep69; DU75260. 

BLUE GARTER. See 
BARBARY COAST. 

BLUE PRINT READING. See 

[BASIC MACHINE SHOP PRACTICES] 

BO PEEP BIRD, a new morality play by 
Frank Pierce. 2h 1. © Frank L. 
Pierce, Jr.; 8Dec69; DP7183. 

THE BOILING MARRIAGE OP MR. CORN PISH 
HEAD AND MISS GUINEA FLOUR DUMPLING, 
by George McKinley Whyte. 7 1. A 
play. © George McKinley Whyte; 
5Aug69; DU71957. 

UN BON PATRIOTE (A patriot for me) By 
John Osborne; traduit de 1 'anglais 
par Pol Quentin. (Paris) Gallimard. 
W* p. (Theatre du monde entier) 
Three acts. ® on translation; 
Editions Gallimard; 50May69; DFO-I708. 

BOOl A gothlc horror musical; book, 
music & lyrics by Ken Bachtold. 1 v. 
Two acts. Suggested by The castle 
spectre, by Mathew Gregory (Monk) 
Lewis. © Ken Bachtold; 10Sep69: 
DU75307. 

BOOKER T. WASHINGTON. 9 1. Appl. 
author: Cultural History Research, 
Inc. © Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co.; lAug69; C22288. 

BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, a motion picture 
script by Reginald Owen & Margie Bell 
Clemons 129 1. © Reginald Owen & 
Margie Bell Clemons; 25Aua6g- 
DU75171. "OMugoy, 

BOOKS TALK BACK, by Violet Prieatley. 
10 1. Fllmstrip script. 3 Violet 
Priestley d.b.a. Library Fllmstrip 
Center; 8Dec69; 022428. 

BOOKS THAT HAVE CHANGED HAN'S 
THINKING. See 
PLAYS . 

BOONDOCK TERRACE, by Elaine Charity 
(Thelma E. Etheridge) 17 1. A play 
in 3 acenea. © Elaine Charity; 
2Dec69; Dl7r5889. 



THE BOSS, a musical play in two acts; 
lyrics by Howard B. Purer & Lowell 
Jay Zimmer; music by Lowell Jay 
Zlmmer. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Lowell Jay Zlmmer & Howard B. Purer- 
16Sep69; DU75340. 

THE BOSS; screenplay by James Kay. 
61 1. © James H. Kay; 8sep69; 
DU75291. 

A BOSTON STORY, a comedy by Ronald Gow. 

London, English Theatre Guild. 95 p. 

Three acts. Based on a novel by 

Henry James. © Ronald Gow; 22Apr69; 

DFO-1712. 
BOTTOMS UP DOWN UNDER; or, A Polynesian 

pot party. A satire by X. M. Kanelei, 

pseud, of W. G. K. Wilcoxson. 17 1 

A play. © w. G. K. Wilcoxson; 

25Nov69; DU75852. 
THE BOX OFFICE BELLES ARE RINGING, a 

spoof in one act by Glenn Hasselrooth. 

50 1. © Glenn Hasselrooth; 15Sep69; 

DU75362. ' -^ I' :>> 

BOY. See 

WHEN THE BOUGH BREAKS. 

BOY ON THE STRAIGHT-BACK CHAIR, a play 
by Ronald Tavel. 1 v. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. I4jul67, DU69157 & £6Mar69, 
DU73903. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Ronald Tavel; 100ct69; DU75633. 

BRAMBLES ON THE SHEEPSKIN, a comedy in 
three acts by Ramon Delgado. 1 v 
© Ramon Delgado; 29Sep69; DU7547o! 

BREAK THE SWORD, by Harold Holland. 
1 V. A play in 2 pt. © Harold 
Holland; llAug69; DU75077. 

BREAKING IN THE NEW GIRL, a comed/ in 
four scenes by Prue Warren (Prudence 
Warren Zimmerman) 56 1. & Prudence 
Warren Zimmerman; 19Nov69; DU75795. 

BREAKTHROUGHS, by Clara Grace. 32 1. 
Tape recorded Bible lesson. 
S Clara Grace; l'tNov69; C22364. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS, a musical 
play for children; book & lyrics by 
Keith Engar; music by Ardean Watts. 
43 1. Three scenes. Book & lyrics 
only. © Keith M. Engar; l60ct69; 
DU75637. 

BREMENTOWN MUSICIANS. See 
SACRAMENTO FIFTY MILES. 

THE BRIDGE, by Richard N. Young. 24 1. 
A play. © Richard N. Young & 
Marilyn J. Young; 30c t69; DU75't94. 

BRIEF NIGHT OF TIME, by Thomas C. 
Fallon. 56 1. A play. © Thomas 
Christopher Fallon, Jr. & Jacqueline 
Frances Fallon; 22Sep69; DU75428. 

BRIGHT PROMISE, by Prank & Doris 
Hursley. 41 1. A screenplay in 
4 acts. © Frank & Doris Hursley; 
llDeo69; DU75300. 

BRING ME YOUR YOUNG, by Hiram Elfenbeln. 
21 1. © Hiram Elfenbeln; 5Dec69; 
C22409. 

BRITISH DRAMATISTS FROM DRYDEN TO SHERI- 
DAN; edited by George H. Nettleton & 
Arthur E. Case; rev. by George Win- 
chester Stone, Jr. 2d ed . Boston, 
Houghton Mifflin Co. 958 p. 
© George Winchester Stone, Jr.; 
15SeD69; A98744 . 

BROADWAY SYNCOPATION, a musical of the 
JO'S; book !c lyrics by Daniel 
Rosenweln. 57 1. A screenplay. 
©Daniel Rosenweln; l6Sep69; DU75365. 

THE BROTHERS, by Warren Storch & 
Neville Schwartz (Nevil Martin 
Schwartz) 28 1. A screenplay. 
© Nevll Martin Schwartz ft Warren 
L. Storch; 21Nov69; DU75832. 



BUBBLES FOR PIXIE. See 
HERE COMES PIXIE. 

BUCKETMINDER, by Gerald Prueitt. 57 1. 
Screenplay. © Gerald Prueitt; 20ct69; 
DU75485. 

BUDDHA HAD A BAD BACK, by Maurice 
Siegel & Aubrey Hampton. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Aubrey Hampton 
8: Maurice Siegel; 30Dec69; DU76OO3. 

BUILDING A BASIC WARDROBE; writer, 
June Eshelman. 1 v. Fllmstrip 
script. © Graphic Research, Inc.; 
7Aug69; C22203. 

BUILDING STRENGTH. See 

HEAR THE SOUND OF RECOVERY. 
BUILDING VERBAL POWER, UPPER GRADES, 

by Selma Greenberg & Anita Gurian. 

24 1. Recording script. © Classroom 

Materials Co.; 12Sep69; C22191. 

BULLETIN BOARDS; script for record 
for sound fllmstrip by Stanton C. 
Gates. 91. © Stanton C. Gates; 
130ct69; C22280. 

EL BURLADOR DE SEVILLA Y CONVIDADO DE 
PIEDRA, by Tirso de Molina. An ed . 
with introd., notes & glossary by 
Gerald E. Wade. New York, Scribner. 
237 p. (The Scribner Spanish series) 
Three acts. © Charles Scribner 's 
Sons; 20May69; A91890. 

BURLESQUE BERSERK; comedy in two acts 
by Noel Lester. 50 1. © Noel Lester; 
6Aug69; DU75054. 

BURN THERAPY. 15 1. Appl. author: 
Upjohn Co. ©Upjohn Co.; 150ct69; 
C223OI. ' 

BURNS MANTLE YEARBOOK. See 
THE BEST PLAYS OF I968-I969. 

THE BUS STATION. See 

TRAVELING IN AND OUT OF OUR CITY. 

THE BUSINESS OF SHOW, by John Connell. 
17 1. A play in 1 act. © John P. 
Connell; 8Cct69; DU75536. 

BUT, CAN YOU SING? A musical play in 
one act; book & lyrics by Richard 
Lewis Schafer & Terry Alan Sand- 
holzer; music by James Taylor. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. Dlf70430, 
NM: revisions & additions. © Richard 
Lewis Schafer, Terry Alan Sandholzer 
& Jame[s] Taylor; 15Dec69; DU75946. 

BUT FIRST A WORD, an original new comedy 
by Jack Franklyn Duke. 1 v. © Jack 
FranKlyn Duke; 10Sep69; DU7'5359. 

BUT, MY DOG LOVES ME, by Gary Judln Sc 
Michael Preminger. 108 1. A screen- 
play. © Michael Preminger &■ Gary 
Judin; 60ct69; DU75525. 

BUTCH AND DAVID, a comedy in two acts 
with two characters by Bill Adams 
(William Bown Adams) 1 v. © William 
Bown Adams; 28Nov69; DU75927. 

BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE, by Leonard Gershe. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. ® Leonard 
Gershe; 10Dec69; DU75922. 

BUTTON MAN, a farce from an original 
idea by Anthony Ponzlni; written by 
Nick Arnold, pseud, of Nicholas 
Mellto & Anthony Ponzlni. 124 1. 
A screenplay. © Anthony Ponzlni & 
Nick Arnold; llSep69; DU75324 . 

BUTTS, a play by Barry Dlnerman. 6 1. 
9 Barry Dlnerman; lJul69; DU74675. 

BUY COMMON AND HOLD, a comedy in three 

acts by Marlon Oliver. 67 1. 

© Marlon Oliver; 240ct69; DU75671. 
BY APPOINTMENT, a new one act comedy 

by Sean Patrick Vincent. 1 v. 

C Professional Men, Ltd.; 13Aug69; 

DU75100. 



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CADDIE WOODLAWN,by Claire G. Miller & 
Selma R. Brody; music by H. Davidson. 
1 V. Recording script. Based on the 
book Caddie tfoodlawn, by Carol Ryrle 
Brink. © Newbery Award Records, Inc ■ 
8Dec69; DU75907. 

CAGLIOSTRO, a play in two acts by 
Beatrice Perle, pseud, of Beatrice 
Tauss Goldberg & Perle Epstein. 66 1. 
® Beatrice Tauss Goldberg & Perle 
Epstein; 29Jul69; DU74986. 

CALL IT COURAGE; dramatization by Selma 
Brody & Claire Miller, original music 
by Herb Davidson (Herbert Davidson) 
1 V. Recording script. Based on 
the book by Armstrong Sperry. 
© Newbery Award Records, Inc.; 
28Nov69; Dir75954. 

CALL ME BLACKj a musical comedy by 
Eddie Curtis. 2 v. Two acts. 
® Eddie Curtis d.b.a. Amelia Music 
Co.; JtAug69; DU7'*957. 

CALL OF THE TRUMPET, by Lucile R. Green. 
Los Angeles, Christian Arts Co. 17 p. 
Three acts. © Christian Arts Co.; 
60ct69 (in notice: I968); DF7162. 

CALLES DE ORO. See 
GOLDEN STREETS. 

CAMERA OBSCURA, by Robert Patrick. 
(In Collision course, by Edward 
Parone. New York, Random House, 
p. 101-107) © Robert Patrick; 3Dec68: 
DP7052. 

THE CAMP, a play in two acts and five 
scenes by Griselda Gambaro; trans- 
lated by Wm. I. Oliver. 83 1. 
© William I. Oliver; l4Aug69; 
DlTZS^He. 

CAMPUS CRISIS, PLUS THE MARIJUANA 
STORY; written & narrated by Edwin 
St. Clair, pseud, of Edwin Clair 
Craven. 25 1. Recording script. 
© Edwin Clair Craven; 19Aug59; C22108. 

CAN JOSEPH CHANGE THE INNKEEPER'S MIND? 
A modern Christmas play in one act 
by Don. A. Mueller. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 15 p. ® Don A. Mueller; 
itSep69; DP7147. 

CANDIDO E CLAKETTA LA COPPIA PERFETTA, 
by Maria Nuccio. 5 1. A play. 
© Maria Nuccio; 28Aug69; DU75268. 

CANDY IN A CORNFIELD; book, music & 
lyrics by Henny Kulkman (Carl 
Kulkman) 1 v. A musical play in 2 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
23Aug66, DU6665it. NM: revision & 
additions. © Carl Kulkman; 27Mav69: 
DU74982. 

CANDYMAN, by Lawrence R. Lltt. 76 1. 
A screenplay. ©Lawrence Richard 
Lltt; 270ct69; DU757O3. 

CANISTER LABELING; recording script for 
Sears, Roebuck & Co. by Jam Handy 
Productions. 9 1. © Sears, Roebuck 
& Co.; 2Jul69; C2193'l. 

CANNED LAUGHTER, a comedy in two acts 
by Paul Workman. 86 1. © Paul C. 
Workman; 23Jul69; DU74929. 

THE CANTERBURY TALES; Walsh translation. 
1 v. Script is a new modernized 
English translation. ® Patrick F. 
Walsh; 29Sep69; DU75507. 

CAPITALISM. 1 V. Appl. author: Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 19Dec69; C22469. 

CARE OP CONTACT SPORT TRAUMA. 9 1. 
Appl. author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn 
Co.; 150ct69; C22304. 



CARNIVAL OF EDEN, a music comedy in two 
acts by Herbert Haslam. 89 1. Book 
& lyrics only. © Herbert Haslam; 
173ep69; DU75334 . 

LA CASA DE LAS CHIVAS; comedla en dos 
actos original de Jaime Salom (Jaime 
Salom Vidal) Madrid, Escelicer. 
79 P- (Coleccion teatro) © Jaime 
Salom; lljun69; DFO-I695. 

THE CASE/BELOIT SKID KING; recording 
script for J. I. Case Co. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 17 1. 
© J. I. Case Co.; 2Jul69; C21913 . 

THE CASE/BELOIT SKID KING AND THE 
FOREST INDUSTRY; recording script 
for J. I. Case Co. by Jam Handy 
Organization. I9 1. ® J. I. Case 
Co.; 2Jul69; C21912. 

CASE IS YOURS, MR. D.A. See 
IT WAS SO LONG AGO AMD YET. 

CASE NUMBER FOUR. See 

A DAY IN COURT AND CASE NUMBER 
FOUR. 

CASE OF M. BENOIT. See 
THE RAILROAD TICKET. 

THE CASE OF THE MISSING PART OF SPEECH, 
a melo-grammar; or, the learning of 
grammar with music and drama. Book 
by Janet Hutchinson; music & lyrics 
by Betty Barlow (Betty Barlow 
McDermott) kO p. Appl. author: 
Shawnee Press, Inc., employer for 
hire of Marjorie Farmer & others. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 8May62, 
DU55397. NM: editing. ® Shawnee 
Press, Inc.; 9Apr69; DP7098. 

THE CASKET-^'1AKER, a play in one act by 
Richard F. Stockton. (In Cimarron 
review, Dec. I967, p. 23- 38) Appl. 
states prev. reg. 13Apr59, DUt88l3. 
© Richard F. Stockton; lDec67; DP7181. 

CASTLE ON THE DEE, a musical folk play 
of twentieth century Wales; book S: 
music by David Levitt; lyrics by 
Stanley Mallow. I50 1. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states book & 
lyrics prev. reg. 9May66, DU657'i8; 
text prev. reg. 24Aug6't, DU60918. 
NM: additions & revisions. © David 
Levitt; 28nov69; Db75870. 

CASTLE SPECTRE. See 
BOO. 

CASTLEREAGH TOUCH, by David Llnzee. 
204 1. A screenplay. © David 
Llnzee; 280ct69; DU75704. 

THE CAT AND THE MOON, an opera in one 
act based upon a play of J. B. Yeats; 
music by T. Putsche. 37 P- Vocal- 
piano score. © Thomas Putsche; 
4Sep69; DU75420. 

CAT POOD; or, Kepler's mother was a 
witch. A play in one act by Robert 
Dearborn. 44 1. © Robert Lowrie 
Dearborn; 7Nov69; DU75751. 

THE CAT WHO WENT TO HEAVEN, by C. Miller 
S: S. Brody with original music by H. 
Davidson. 2 v. Recording script. 
Based on the book of the same title 
by Elizabeth Coatsworth. © Newbery 
Award Records, Inc.; 28Nov69; C22436. 

CAT'S PAW, by Abe Newman. 1 v. A 

screenplay. ® A. L. Newman; 

24jui69; DU74938. 
THE CAUSE OF CANCER, a lecture by 

James Roe. 73 1. Appl. states prev. 

reg. 8jan47, C1046. NM: introd. & 

p. 30-73. © James Roe; 4Dec69; 

C22372. 

THE CELIBATE, a play by Anthony Tuite, 
pseud, of Robert J. Tuite. 135 1. 
Two acts. © Robert J. Tuite; 9Sep69; 
DU75296. 

CELLULAR CONSIDERATION, by Robert L. 
Beal. 4 1. A lecture. © Robert L. 
Beal; l60ct69; C22309. 



CEMETERY STRATA, a play ir one ar^ >,, 
Howard ManlscA, pseul 'Sf Soward "" 
sch"e"J?:rlDec6^! lir^^tT-' --" 

CEREMONIES IN DARK OLD MEN, by Lonne 
Elder III. New York, Farrar, Straus 
& Giroux. 179 p. Two acts. Appl 
states prev. reg. 29Apr65, DU62932. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Lonne 
Elder III; 25Sep69; DP7132. 

CHAINE ANNAMITIQUE; original story & 
screenplay by Otho Lamar Perry. 
Final shooting script. 101 1. 
English. ® Otho Lamar Perry; 28nov69- 
DU75862. ' 

THE CHANGE MAKER, by Keith B. Shaw. 
45 1. A play in 3 acts. © Keith B. 
Shaw; 6Aug69; DU75055. 

CHANGELINGS . See 

PEOPLE, THE CHANGELINGS. 
THE CHAlIGING ROCKS. See 

A WORLD OF CHANGE. 

LE CHARIOT DE TERRE CUITE; adaptation 
du drame Sanskrit de Cudraka by 
Claude Roy. [Paris] Galllmard. 
123 p. (Le Manteau d'Arlequin) 
® Editions Galllmard; 30May69; 
DFO-I706. 

CHARLES II. See 

A LITTLE IRREGULAR PLEASURE. 

CHARLES THE SHEEPDOG, a pilot film for 
Cool tails, written by Charles 
Cowdrick & James Tanner. 14 1. Appl. 
author: Black Light, Inc. © Black 
Light, Inc.; llAug69; DU75080. 

CHARLIE. See 
SIX PLAYS. 

CHARLIE AND THE THOUGHT COPIER. 13 1. 
A screenplay. Appl. author: Nye 
Systems, Inc. ©Nye Systems, Inc.; 
19Dec69; DU75973. 

CHARLIE STILL CAN'T WIN NO WARS ON THE 
GROUND, a one-act play by Earl 
Anthony. 21 1. © Earl Leon Anthony; 
29Sep69; DU75468. 

CHARMS OF THE WORLD, a marketing pro- 
posal. 71. Appl. author: Marketing 
Equities, Inc. © Marketing Equities, 
Inc.; 21Aug69; C22115 . 

CHASTITY PREMIUM. See 

MEETING AFTER THE EXIT, AND THE 
CHASTITY PREMIUM. 

CHAYIMKE, a play in one act by Sarah 
Davidovich Davis; translated from 
the Yiddish by Max Rosenfeld. 12 1. 
(Heroic children) © Sarah Davis; 
24jun69; DP7121. 

CHECKOUT OPERATION AT CHECKOUT STATIONS; 
recording script for S. S. Kresge Co. 
by Jam Handy Productions. 24 1. 
© S. S. Kresge Co.; 2Jul69; C21919- 

CHEER-UP, MISTER SANTA, a Christmas 
program for the primary grades; nar- 
ration, pantomime, dance & song by 
Lois Gurske. Middleton, Wis., Modern 
Productions. 24 p. © Modern Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 2Sep69; DF7159. 

THE CHERRY ORCHARD. See 
POUR PLAYS. 

CHEVROLET STEP-VAN-KING ALUMINUM; 

recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
12 1. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 2Jul69; 
021896. 

CHICKEN SOUP WITH BARLEY. See 
SOUPE DE POULET A L'ORGE. 

CHILD BEHAVIOR: FORMATIVE AGE, by 
Larry Didlo. 2 1. Lecture. Appl. 
ti,: Guidance counselor. © Larry 
Dldlo; 28Apr69; C22104. 



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CHILDREIJ, CHILDREN! DO YOU KNOW 
WHERE YOUR CHILDREN ARE? By Karl 
M. Dorn. 62 1. A screenplay. 
© Karl M. Dorn; 24Nov69; DU75807. 

CHILDREN ON THEIR BIRTHDAYS, by Truman 
Capote; adapted for the theater by 
Noyce Burleson. 20 1. A play in 
5 scenes. © Noyce Jennings 
Burleson; 22Sep69; DuTS'tJO. 

CHILDREN RISING, by A. McHugh, pseud, 
of Arthur Francis Sullivan. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Includes lyrics to 
1 song. Appl. states prev. reg. 
lNov67, DU69978. NM: additions & 
revisions. ® Arthur Francis Sullivan; 
15Sep69; DU75361. 

A CHILD'S MYSTERY OF SLEEP, a play for 
children and adults by David Markle. 

I V. Four acts. © David B. Markle; 
17Jul69; DU74885. 

THE CHILI KILLING, by Fred Blalock. 

5 1. Recitation. © Freddie Frank 
Blalock; l6Sep69; C22193. 

CHIMAERA'S CHILD, a gothic grand guignol 
in three acts by Tristan Hewlett, 
pseud, of Michael J. Hanifin. 76 1. 
© Michael J. Hanifin & Tova R. 
Wisenthal; llAug69; DU75079. 

THE CHINESE, by Murray Schlsgal. 60 1. 
A play. © Murray Schisgal; l8Aug69; 
DU75129. 

CHINESE FRIEND, AND FAMILY, by Mario 
Fratti. 1 V. Two plays. © Mario 
Fratti; 17Sep69; DU75375. 

THE CHOICES, by Arthur Kistner. 41 1. 
A play in 12 scenes. © Arthur L. 
Kistner; 7Aug69; DU7506l. 

CHRISTIANITY. 11 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 28Nov69; 
C22407 . 

CHRISTINA ALEXANDRA, a play in three 
acts by Lars Forssell, translated 
by Harry G. Carlson. 123 1. Book 

6 lyrics only. © Harry G. Carlson; 
28N0V69; DU75872. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL, by Charles Dickens. 
4 V. U recording scripts. © Classic 
Text Tapes solely owned by Norman H. 
Rogers; 29May69; DU7'*720. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL WITH APOLOGIES TO 
DICKENS, a skit by W. Beau Christian. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 

II p. (Eldridge Christmas enter- 
tainments) © Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
15Sep69; DF7189. 

CHRISTMAS COMES AND GOES; written by 
P. W. Swipe. Sheet. ® Salisbury 
Music Pub. Co.; 10Nov69; C22382. 

CHRISTMAS COUSIN, a play in one act by 
Carl Mays. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
15 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 4Sep69; 
DP7095. 

CHRISTMAS PLAYS FOR YOUNG ACTORS, a 
collection of royalty-free stage and 
radio plays edited by A. S. Burack. 
Rev. ed. Boston, Plays, Inc. 308 p. 
C Plays, Inc.; l6Aug69; A91538. 

CHRISTMAS PROGRAM PLANS FOR PRESCHOOL & 
PRIMARY CHILDREN. See 
HAPPY CHRISTMASTIME. 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

CHRISTOPHER,AWTTHEW, an original screen- 
play by Joe Taylor Ford. 89 1. 
C Joe Taylor Ford; JlDec69; DU76OII. 

CHUCK, by Jack Larson. (In Collision 
course, by Edward Parone. New York, 
Random House. p.'t3-51) C Jack 
Larson; 3Dec68; DFYolie. 



CIMETIERE DES VOITURES. See 
THEATRE I. 

CINDERELLA, a film scenario by Eugene 
Schwarz; translated by Elizabeth 
Reynolds Hapgood. 53 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Elizabeth Reynolds 
Hapgood; 9Jun69; DU7't723. 

CINDERELLA; dramatized from the 
Perrault storj^ by Lucile Brown. 
45 1. Three scenes. © Lucile Brown; 
7Jul69; DU74770. 

CINDERELLA. See 
BEDTIME STORIES. 

CIRCLE. See 

THREE COMEDIES. 

A CIRCLE ON THE GROUND, a play by John 
Groves. 87 1. Two acts. © John 
Groves; llJul69; DU74825. 

CIRCLES, an original film story by 
Anlk Yazigi, pseud, of Ani Yazigi. 
60 1. Appl. states formerly titled 
Teresa & prev. reg. as The girl from 
Ipanema, 30Aug65, DU63825 . NM: ad- 
ditions & revisions. © Anlk Yazigi; 
28nov69; DU7587l(. 

CLAIM YOUR FREEDOM. See 
REVENDIQUEZ VOTRE LIBERTE. 
RIVENDICATE LA VOSTRA LIBERTA . 

CLASSICS OF GREECE & ROME SERIES. See 
TRAGEDIES . 

THE CLASSROOM, by Maryat Lee. 16 1. 
A play. © Maryat Lee; 17Dec69; 
DU75958. 

CLEAN AIR VS. DIRTY AIR; recording 
script for Sears, Roebuck & Co. by 
Jam Handy Productions. 8 1. 
© Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 2Jul69; 
C 21933- 

CLEFT FOR ME, by Maurice Berger. Cody, 
Wyo., Pioneer Drama Service. 2k p. 
© Pioneer Drama Service; lSep67; 
DP7112. 
THE CLERICAL WORKER, AS A CAREER; 

writer, Rita Kasper. 1 v. Filmstrip 
script. (Office education series) 
© Granhic Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; 
C22228. 

THE CLIMATE OF HELL, a screenplay by 
John Roeburt. Wf 1. Appl. states 
prev. pub. as a novel. NM: additions 
& revisions. © John Roeburt; 
7Aug69; DU75097. 

CLINICAL CLUES TO DIABETES. 5 1. Appl. 
author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co. ; 
lAug69; 02201*4. 

CLOCK WATCHERS PREFERRED; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. l4 1. 
© Pontic Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2Jul69; C2189O. 

CLOCKWORK. See 

SONATA FOR MOTT STREET. 

CLOSING THE EDUCATION GAP; writer. Bob 
Gaughan. 1 v. Filmstrip script. 
© Graphic Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; 
C22217 . 

THE COBWEBS, a play in 2 scenes by 

Jay Anusklewlcz (James H. Anuskiewicz) 

1 v. © Jay Anusklewlcz; 7Jul69; 
DU74765. 

COCK OF THE WALK, a play in three acts 
by George P. Boss. 128 1. C George 
P. Boss; IIJUI69; DU7't82lt. 

COLD COMFORT, a love story of sorts by 
Clifford Fournler. 1 v. A play in 

2 acts. © Clifford Fournler; 12Hov6g; 
DU75819- 

COLECCION TEATRO. See 
LA CASA DE LAS CHIVAS. 



COLLECTED PLAYS, by Grace Cavalier! 
(Grace Cavalieri Plynn) Vol.1. 
1 V. © Grace Cavalieri: 80ct69: 
DU755'tl. 

COLLECTING MEDICAL ANTIQUES. See 
MEDICAL ANTIQUES. 

COLLECTION ENRAGEE. 
See 
JE NE VEUX PAS MOURIR IDIOT. 

COLLECTION THEATRE. See 

LES MESSIES OU LE MAL DE TERRE. 

THE COLLECTIVE AWARENESS GENERATIVE EN- 
CLOSURE, a play in one act by D. C. 
Birch. 82 1. ©David C. Birch; 
l8Dec69; DU75979. 

COLLISION COURSE, edited & with an 
introd. by Edward Parone. New York, 
Random House. I99 p. NW: introd. 
& compilation. © Random House, Inc.; 
3Dec68; A87912. 

COLONIAL POLITICS. 3 1. Appl. author: 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 19Dec69; C22460. 
THE COLOR OF MIRROR, a play in 3 acts 
by Jason Vinley. 301 1. © Dennis 
Jason Vinley; 270ct69; DU75700. 

THE COLOR OF TIME; original story by 
Paul Kirk, teleplay adapted by John 
L. Criner. 41 1. © Paul Kirk & 
John L. Criner; 17Dec69; DU75960. 

COLORS FROM THE SATISLING, a play in 
three acts by Robert S. Ross. 1 v. 
© Robert Stuart Ross; 2Sep69; 
DU75245. 

COLOUR ME HAPPINESS; script of a musi- 
cal comedy; book, music & lyrics 
written by Robert Brian Booth. 
56 1. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17Jul69, EU126895- 
NM: dialogue & stage directions. 
© Robert Brian Booth; 15Sep69; 
DU75''15- 

COME ALIVE, a choral reading by Tom 
Sawyer. Downers Grove, 111., Contem- 
porary Drama Service. 13 p. Appl. 
author: Arthur Meriwether, Inc., em- 
ployer for hire of Tom Sawyer. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 15Sep69; 
DP7154 . 

COME NOBLE CHILDREN, by James W. Nolan. 
51 1. A play in 2 acts. ® James W. 
Nolan; 7Jul69; DU74701. 

THE COME-ON, a drama in three acts by 
Ann Clark (Hannah Ruth Clark) 105 1. 
© Hannah Ruth Clark; 24Nov69; DU75847. 

COME OVER TONIGHT, WE'LL TALK ABOUT IT 
IN THE MORNING, by Linda Maassen. 
34 1. A play in 9 actions. © Linda 
Maassen; 240ct69; DU75678. 

COME SEE OUR GARDENS, a television 
documentary of the East, as seen by 
a westerner, by Kenneth Buzby. 37 1. 
From passages of the Bhagavad Glta. 
C Kenneth K. Buzby; 22Sep69; C22194. 

COME SKI WITH ME, a draraatlco-muslcal 
composition by Harry Stofeneze, pseud, 
of Charles H. Lench. 61 1. Three 
acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Charles H. Lench; 130ct69; DU75628. 

COME SUMMER; based on Rainbow on the 
road, by Esther Forbes; book 4 lyrics 
by Will Holt; music by David Baker. 
1 v. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states lyrics * music prev, 
reg. © Will Holt; 6Aug69; DU74955. 

COMEBACK. See 

HEAR THE SOUND OF RECOVERY. 



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COMEDY OF EROS, a play in 5 scenes by 
Anthony Buttitta. 1 v. © Anthony 
Buttltta; 23Sep69; DU75'*38. 

COMING HOME, a fictional documentary by 
M. B. Cooper. 1 v. A screenplay. 
© Michael Cooper; 8Dec69; DU75915. 

COMMITTEE CLINIC, by Jewel Rogers Lang. 
1 V. © Jewel Rogers Lang S: William 
Henry Lang; lljul69; C21951. 

THE COMMON COLD, MANKIND'S UNWANTED 
COMPANION, by Marjorie Lockwood. 
25 1. A screenplay. © Marjorie T. 
Lockwood; lOSepSg; DUYSJOJ. 

THE COMMON WANDERING JEW, A NATURAL 
BIOLOGICAL COMPUTER, to be delivered 
orally to scientific groups by Frank 
R. Davis. k 1. © Frank R. Davis; 
12Deo69; C22457. 

COMMUNITY LIVING; writers, Anita Hoff- 
man & Pat Healy. 1 v. Filmstrlp 
script. (Functional living series) 
© Graphic Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; 
C22224. 

A COMPARISON OF SLANT TRACK VIDEOTAPE 
RECORDERS; lecture by Charles A. 
Huber. 5 1. © Charles A. Huber; 
4Aug69; C22050. 

COMPLETE STUDY EDITION, KING LEAR 
(King Lear: complete study guide) 
Commentary, complete text, glossary 
edited by Sidney Lamb. Lincoln, 
Neb., Cliff's Notes. 8? p. Five 
acts. Appl. author: Clifton K. 
Hillegass, employer for hire. NM: 
additions & revisions. ® C. K. 
Hillegass; 10ct69; A98120. 

COMPLETE STUDY EDITION, ROMEO & JULIET 
(Romeo and Juliet: complete study 
guide) Commentary, complete text, 
glossary edited by Sidney Lamb. 
Lincoln, Neb., Cliff's Notes. 80 p. 
Five acts. Appl. author: Clifton K. 
Hillegass, employer for hire. NM: 
additions & revisions. © C. K. 
Hillegass; 27Sep68; A97040. 

THE COMPLIANCE UNIT, by Ladd Levis, 
James Levis & Maurice Kellogg. 1 v. 
A report. © Ladd Levis, James Levis 
& Maurice Kellogg; 3Nov59; C22375. 

THE COMPUTER CHOOSES A JEWISH RABBI, 
by Harry M. Sarason. 12 1. 
® H.E.L.P., Inc., & Harry M. Sarason; 
30Jun69; DP7177. 

COMTE ORY. See 
COUNT ORY. 

CONCRETE CANYONS, a screenplay by 

Abe Newman, ji 1. ® Abe L. Newiiian; 
12Nov69; DU75817. 

CONFESSION OF OSCAR WILDE. See 
LOVE, DEATH, AND THE SPECTOR. 

CONFESSIONS OF A YOUNG JEWISH LAWYER, 
by Paul B. Lichtman. 6 1. Monolog. 
© Paul Bernhard Lichtman; 8Ju169; 
C21941. 

THE CONFRONTATION OF KATHERINE; libretto 
by Mlllicent Spaulding Eifler; music 
by Winifred Hyson. 1 v. © Mlllicent 
S. Eifler & Winifred P. Hyson; 
2'tNov69; DU75829. 

THE CONJURER, a play in one act by 
William Hoag. 59 1. © William 
Hoag; 30Dec69; DU7600'J . 

THE CONSPIRACY OF FEELINGS, a play in 
four acts and seven scenes by Yurii 
Olyesha; English version by Daniel C. 
Gerould & Eleanor S. Gerould. (In 
Drama 8c theatre. Fredonla, N.Y., 
State University College. Fall 1968, 
p.ao-38) ® Daniel C. Gerould & 
Eleanor S. Gerould; 15Dec68; DP7024. 



THE CONSTANT TIN SOLDIER, by Hans 
Christian Andersen; adaptation with 
songs by Doris Garrison Booker. 1 v. 
A screenplay. Appl. states prev. 
reg. I6JUI65, DU65925 & SSepe';, 
DU6l'+58. NM: additions. © Doris 
Garrison Booker; 25Jun69; DU7'*687. 

CONSTANT WIFE. See 
THREE COMEDIES. 

CONSTANTINE, by Paulette Martin. 

1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Paulette 
Martin; 13Aug69; DU75387. 

THE CONTEST; or. The mass charade of 
the crazy colors and the artist who 
tried to catch them. By Sally Ann 
Sockwell. 32 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Sally Ann Sockwell; lDec69; 
DU75883 . 

CONTINUING EDUCATION; writer, Anita 
Hoffman. 1 v. Filmstrlp script. 
© Graphic Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; 
C22222. 

THE CONTRACT, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Wayne 
Worth. 51 1. © Wayne Worth; 
7Jul69; DU74834. 

A CONTRIBUTION TO THE EGO-PSYCHOLOGICAL 
CRITIQUE OF THE KLEINIAN SCHOOL, by 
Otto P. Kernberg. It-S 1. © Otto F. 
Kernberg; I4jul59; C21954 . 

CONVEY-CRETE TAKES THE HOISTING TIME 
AND LABOR OUT OF TOWER CRANE CONCRETE 
POURING, by Hugh F. Mulryan . 3 1. 
© Hugh F. Mulryan; 29Jul69; C22011. 

THE COOKIE JAR, by Katherine Haggerty 
& Leah Wohl. 1 v. A musical play 
in 3 scenes. © Katherine Haggerty 
& Leah Wohl; llAug69; DU75049. 

COOL MOM, a comedy in one act, two 

scenes by Delilah M. Cook[e] Frazier. 
91. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Delilah M. Cooke Frazier; 
8Dec69; DU75801. 

COOL TAILS. See 

CHARLES THE SHEEPDOG. 

COORDINATION AND SUBORDINATION. 6 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt, San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 28Nov69; C22401. 

THE CORN'S UP, a musical play; music 
by Maxine Watson, lyrics by Ellen 
Adams, book by Dorothy Froyd & Ellen 
Adams. 2 v. 2 acts. © Maxine 
Watson, Dorothy Froyd & Ellen Adams; 
12Jun69; DP7091. 

THE CORRESPONDENCE, by Enid Rudd. 1"* 1. 
A play. ® Enid Rudd & Bernard Rudd; 
5Dec69; DU75891. 

THE CORRUPTED, a play In li scenes by 
Jay Anusklewlcz (James M. Anusklewicz) 
16 1. ® Jay Anusklewicz; 7Jul69; 
DU7't766. 

COUNT ONE, an original screenplay and 
motion picture shooting script by 
Neal H. Seymour & Hilary C. Seymour. 
139 1- © Neal H. Seymour & Hilary C. 
Seymour; 12Sep69; DU7563'*. 

COUNT ORY; opera in two acts. Music 
by Gloacchino Rossini; libretto by 
Scribe & Lestre-Polrson [sic]; 
English translation by H. A. Spalding. 
36 p. Libretto. Appl. states trans- 
lation of Le Comte Ory, by Rossini. 
NM: stage directions. © Hobert A. 
Spalding; 27Sep69; DP7136. 

COUNTING AND ALPHABET SONGS. 3 1- 
Monologs. Appl. author: Damll 
Productions. © Damil Productions; 
i8ju169; C22089. 



coup; The comedy of a quadrilateral 
revolution by L. Hess. 1 v. Three 
acts. © L. Hess; 2Jul69; DU74712. 

THE COURSE OF OUR TIMES; chapters 1-13, 
a series of television lectures by 
Abram L. Sachar. 1 v. © Abram L 
Sachar; 22Dec69; 022^73. 

COURTESY. 6 V. Pllmstrip scripts. 
Contents: Courtesy when visiting. — 
Courtesy at the table. --Courtesy in 
public. — Courtesy at play . --Courtesy 
at school. — Courtesy at home. Appl. 
author: Coronet Instructional Films, 
a division of Esquire, Inc. NM: addi- 
tions. © Coronet Instructional Films, 
a division of Esquire, Inc.; 3Aue69; 
C22399. 

COWARDS; original screenplay by Simon 
Nuchtern; based upon a concept of 
Lewis MishJtin. 1 v. © Jaylo 
International Films, Inc.; 30Dec69; 
DU75999. 

COWBOY, a folk musical; book by Jess 
Gregg, music & lyrics by Richard 
Riddle. 1 v. Two acts. Book only. 
© Jess Gregg; l8Aug69; DU7512*. 

COWBOYS NO. 2, by Sam Shepard. 
(In Collision course, by Edward 
Parone. New York, Random House, 
p. 137-157) © Sam Shepard; 5Dec68; 
DP7056. 

CREAM OF THE CROP, by Ben Kapen. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Ben Kapen; 
10Dec69; DU75923. 

CRESCENDO OF THE DRUMS; film script by 
Alta McDonnell & Penny Pick; lyrics 
& music by Alta McDonnell. Rev. 
109 1. Book 5: lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17Jul67, DU69337. 
© Alta M. McDonnell & Penny Pick; 
lDec69; DU75823. 

THE CRESTA RUN, by N. F. Simpson. 
London, Faber & Faber. 95 p. Two 
acts. © N. F. Simpson; 5May66; 
DF2011. 

THE CRIME COMPUTER, by Dennis Marks. 
1 V. (Batman, B-W) Appl. author: 
National Periodical Publications, 
Inc., employer for hire of Dennis 
Marks. © National Periodical Publi- 
cations, Inc.; 7May68; DP7O60. 

CRISIS IN HELL, a musical comedy by 
Arnold Silver. 1 v. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 24May65, DU63095 . NM: 
additions & revision. © Arnold 
Jacques Silver; 21Mar69; DU7't802. 

A CRITIQUE OF WOHLSTETTER'S OPPOSED 
SYSTEMS DESIGN, by Vincent Kelly 
Pollard. 6 1. Lecture. © Vincent 
Kelly Pollard; 17Sep69; C22195. 

A CROWN OF GLORY, a play by J. Etta 
Liddell. 99 1. Three acts. 
© J. Etta Liddell; 3Nov69; DU75665. 

A CRUSADE FOR OUR KIDS, a centenary 
tribute to Mahatma Gandhi by D. D. 
Plnglay. h7 1. Three acts. 
© Digambar Dattatraya Plnglay; 
IOJUI69; DU74817. 

CRYSTAL BALL NO. 2. 1 v. Filmstrlp 
script. Appl. author: Graphic Re- 
search, Inc. © Graphic Research, 
Inc.; 7Aug69; C22220. 

CUANDO LAS MURALLAS HABLAN (When these 
walls speak) Espectaculo de luz y 
sonido a desarrollarse en el Puerte 
el Morro, de San Juan, Puerto Rico. 
Idea original de Fernando Cortes y 
Eugenio Delgado- Arias. 2 v. Spanish 
& English. © Eugene Delgado-Arias 
& Fernando Cortes; 29Sep69; DU75465. 



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July-Dec. 



THE CUBE, by Frank Moore. 12 1. A 
play. © Frank James Moore; 510ct69: 
DU75723. 

CUUrUEAL EXCHANGE. See 

THE SCRIPT FOR A RECORD ENTITLED 
CULTURAL EXCHANGE. 

CUPID'S OZARK OUTING, a play In three 
acts by Daisy B. Phlpps. 6o 1. 
© Daisy B. Phlpps; 3Dec69; DU75894. 

THE CURANDERO, an original screenplay 
by David Aldrlch. 97 1. ® David 
Aldrlch; Sepl569; DU75360. 

CURLS FOR CHRISTMAS, a Christmas play 
by Reva Robb. Winona Lake, Ind 
Rodeheaver Co. l6 p. Two acts!' 
® Rodeheaver Co.; 26Sep69; DPTlJi*. 

THE CURSE OP MEDUSA; synopsis by Grace 
Aulet. l"v. A screenplay. © Grace 
Aulet; 19Aug69; DU75153. 

CURSE OF THE GINGER TIPPLE. See 
MEN HERE DECEIVERS EVER. 

LE CYCLE DU CRABE; ou, Les aventures de 
Ze-Luis, Maria et leur fils Joao, 
fuyant la famine du sertao pour venlr 
s'enliser dans le bidonvllle de 
Recife. Roman-theatre en trols parties 
by Gabriel Cousin; d'apres Josue de 
Castro, notamment Des homraes et des 
crabes. [Paris] Gallimard. 203 P. 
© Editions Gallimard; 30May69; 
DFO-1707 . 

CZOLGOSZ PRONOUNCED CHOLGOS, a play by 
Claire Burch & Marshall Bellovin. 
119 1. Two pt. © Claire Burch & 
Marshall Bellovin; itSep69; DU75277. 



D 



DAD AND ME, a comedy by Jay Lee, pseud, 
of Jack A. Lustman. 123 1- A play 
in 3 acts. © Jay Lee; 29Jul69; 
DU75026. 

LA DAME AUX CAMELIAS . See 
SHE WORE CAMELLIAS. 

THE DAMNED THING, a radio play by 

Martin Halpern. 29 1. © Martin 

Halpern; 5Dec69; DU75900. 
DANACA (DAN-AT-ZA) an original story 

and teleplay for a 90 minute TV 

musical romance by Joan Werling. 

87 1. Three acts. Book only. Appl. 

states prev. reg, 3Jul68, DU72096. 

NM: additions & revisions. © Joan 

Werling; 2.Jul69; DU7480l( . 

THE DANCE OF MINDS, by Marjorie J. 
Melnlck. 6l 1. A play. © Marjorie 
J. Melnlck; 70ct69; DU75555. 

DANCING RAINBOWS, a play by Use Perl. 
"(9 1. Eight scenes. ® Use Perl; 
28Aug69; DU75227. 

DANDELION. 1 v. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. author: 
Paper Bag Players, Inc. ® Paper Bag 
Players, Inc.; 7Jul69; DU7'*77't. 

DAKGERS DE LA VERTU. See 
LEONORA. 

DANGLING MODIFIERS. 6 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
28Nov69; C22't04. 

DANTONS TOD, ein Drama by Georg 
BUchner; edited by Roy C. Cowen. 
Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. 
I't"! p. (A Blaisdell book in the 
modern languages) Four acts. HM: 
pref., Introd., notes, topics for 
discussion Sc bibliography. 
C Blaisdell Pub. Co., a division of 
Glnn & Co.; 8Apr69; A83395. 



THE DARK LADY OF NEW ORLEANS, by James 
Rayfield. 31 1. A play. © James 
B. Rayfield; l4jul69; DU74840. 

DARK NIGHT, by William Slegel. k2 1 
A play in one act. © William Sieeel: 
210ct69; DU75656. ^ ' 

DARLING; words & music by Vee Pee, 

pseud, of Virginia Bland, & Mamie P., 
pseud, of Mamie Davis. Polder. 
© Kama Sutra Music, Inc.; 23Jul69; 
C22121. 

DARLING DON'T UNDRESS. See 

LIEBLING, BITTE NICHT AUSZIEHEN. 

THE DASTARDLY DEEDS OF DESMOND DARK- 
HEART, by Leo Wm. Ware. 39 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Leo Wm. Ware; 
l8Sep69; DU75395. 

THE DATING SEASON, by Paul B. Lichtman. 
17 1. Monologue. © Paul Bernhard 
Lichtman; 29Sep69; C22247 . 

DAUGHTER, MINE, a play in two acts by 
Iris Faye Rosofsky. IO3 1 . © Iris 
Faye Rosofsky; 10Nov69; DU75765 . 

DAUGHTER OF THE GIANT. See 

THE TROLLEY GOES UP THE STREET FOR 
MARK TWAIN'S DAUGHTERS. 

DAVID, LA NUIT TOMBE (David, it is 
getting dark) By Bernard Kops; 
traduit de 1 'anglais par Edith 
Zetllne. [Paris] Gallimard. 121 p. 
(Theatre du monde entier) Three acts. 
© Editions Gallimard; 30Mav6Q: 
DFO-1699. 



DAY AFTER IT HAPPENED. 
TWO MINI -PLAYS. 



See 



A DAY IN COURT AND CASE NUMBER FOUR; 
two short plays on a theme by William 
Dorsey Blake. 1 v. © William 
Dorsey Blake; 20Aug69; DU75157. 

A DAY OF GENESIS, by James Facos. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pvib. Co. 
101 p. Three acts. © Eldridge Pub. 
Co.; 15Sep69; DP7193. 

THE DAY THAT THE CHILDREN LOST THEIR 
SMILES, by Stanley Click. 2 v. 
A musical play in 3 acts. © Stanley 
Click; 17Nov69; DU75790. 

THE DAY THEY ABOLISHED DISCRIMINATION 
OPERATION S.C.A.R.E., by Marvin Gold- 
stein, k 1. Monolog. © Marvin 
Goldstein; 26Aug69; C22103. 

THE DAY THEY CAME TO TAKE GRANDPA 
AWAY, by Ralph Scholl. 17 1. 
A play. © Ralph Scholl; 150ct69; 
DU75595. 

DAYDREAM, a dancing play for children 
by Emmet Lavery. 37 1. Book only. 
© Emmet G. Lavery; l8jul69; DU7't799. 

THE DAYS BEFORE DAWN, by William Lang. 
88 1. A play in h acts. © William 
Lang; 28jul69; DU74977. 

THE DEADLY SILENCE, by A. Wright, Jr. 
11 1. A play. © Alvln Wright, Jr.; 
22Dec69; DU75984. 

DEAR RUDY, a play by John Hynam. 

London, New York, S. French. 27 p. 
(French's acting edition) © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 6May69; DF1999. 

DEATH OF AN ANGEL OP THE LORD, bv 
Russell Graves. 87 1. A play in 
DU74967. ® """^^^ Graves; 28Jul69; 

DEATH OF SUPERMAN. See 

LOVE, DEATH, AND THE SPECTOR. 

DEATH SCENE; screenplay by Mardik 
Martin; original story by Joseph 
Adler & Mardik Martin. II9 1. 
C Screen Arts Corp.; 6Aug69; DU75059. 



DEATH VALLEY AND LAS VEGAS, a script 
for oral delivery of a narrative that 
accompanies a series of color slides 
by Julian & Irene H. Kahn. 18 1. 
© Julian Kahn; 25Sep69; C22235 . 

THE DECEMBER NEIGHBOR, by James Ray- 
field. 56 1. A play. © James B. 
Rayfield; l4jul69; DU74839. 

DECEPTIONS, by Donald Bernstein. 17 1. 
A play. © Donald Bernstein; 2O0ct69; 

THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE AND THE 
CONSTITUTION. 1 v. Dialog. Appl. 
author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 19Dec69; 0224 eH . 

DEKE THE DROPOUT, by Paul B. Lichtman. 
1 v. Dialog. Contents: Seeing eye 
man for a blind dog. — The prune 
wrlnkler. — The turtle back painter. 
© Paul B. Lichtman; 2'tJul69; C22001. 

DELICIOUS INDIGNITIES, by Sherman 
Yellen. 13 1. A play. © Sherman 
Yellen; 8sep69; DU75293. 

DELINQUENT PRIEST. See 

OPERA: THE DELINQUENT PRIEST. 

DEMOCRACY. 10 1. Appl. author: Mt . 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 19Dec69; 022467. 

DEPARTMENT STORE, a three act play by 
Benjamin Rosetree, pseud, of 
Benjamin Rosenbaum. 1 v. 
® Benjamin Rosetree; 5Aug69; DU74958. 

DES HOMMES ET DES CRABES. See 
LE CYCLE DU CRABE. 

DES MEERES UND DER LIEBE WELLEN; 
Trauerspiel in fUnf AufzUgen von 
Franz Grillparzer; edited by Roy C. 
Cowen. Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell 
Pub. Co. 146 p. (A Blaisdell book 
in the modern languages) NM: preface, 
introd., notes, topics for discussion, 
bibliography. ©Blaisdell Pub. Co., 
a dlv. of Ginn & Co.; 8Apr69; A79340. 

DE SADE ILLUSTRATED. See 
PHILOSOPfTY IN A BEDROOM. 

DESCRIPTIVE TOUR OF BANFF NATIONAL PARK. 
See 
BANFF NATIONAL PARK, BANFF TOWNSITE 

TO COLUMBIA ICEFIELD. 
BANFF NATIONAL PARK, COLUMBIA ICEFIELD 
TO BANFF TOWNSITE. 

DESCRIPTIVE TOUR OF JASPER NATIONAL 

PARK. See 

JASPER NATIONAL PARK, COLUMBIA ICE- 
FIELD TO JASPER NATIONAL PARK. 

JASPER NATIONAL PARK, JASPER TOWNSITE 
TO MOUNT EDITH CAVELL. 

THE DESERT GOLD, a play in six episodes 
by Norman Porter. 1 v. © Norman 
Porter; 300ct69; DU75717. 

DESIGN FOR MURDER, a mystery in two 
acts by Tlta Lanser (Margaret Judith 
Lanser) 80 1. © Tlta Lanser; 
16JUI69; DU74873. 

DESIGNED DECISION, by Gayle Granatir & 
William Renner. 44 1. A play in 14 
scenes. © Gayle Granatir & William 
Renner; 8Aug69; DU75069. 

DEUS EX MACHINA, by Craig Castleman. 
7 1. A play. © Craig Castleman; 
24Nov69; DU75845. 

DEUTEROS PIUS, by James Perry Lucco. 
43 1. A play. © James Perry Lucco: 
IOJUI69; DU74808. 



DEUX BOURREAUX. 
THEATRE I. 



See 



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THE DEVIL IN LOVE; adapted for 

television by Jean Anouilh from the 
novella by Jacques Gazette; 
translated by Kitty Black. 45 1. 
M: translation. ® Kitty Black; 
28Ju169; DU74901. 

THE DEVIL TO PAY, a musical fantasy; 
book, music & lyrics by David 
Peterson. 2 v. Two acts. Suggested 
by a story of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
© David C. Peterson; 9Sep69; DUY5298. 

THE DEVILS, by John Whiting. London, 

Heinemann. 128 p. Two pt. Based 

on a book by Aldous Huxley. © John 
Whiting; lltFebSl; DF2010. 

THE DEVIL'S PAINTPOT; or, Jekyll and 
Hyde are alive and well and living 
in my lab. By Gertrude Waller. 
118 1. A play in 5 acts. © Gertrude 
Waller; 10Jul69; DU7t8l5 . 

DIAGNOSING HEART MURMURS. 1 v. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; llAug69; 
C22067 . 

DIALING FOR DOLLARS MOVIE. 1 v. 
Script. Appl. author: Newhoff- 
Blumberg, Inc. © Newhoff-Blumberg, 
Inc.; 10Sep69; 022146. 

DIAMOND, a play in four acts by Use 
Perl. 50 1. © Use Perl; 7Nov69; 
DU757't9- 



DIARY OF ADAM AND EVE. 
THE APPLE TREE. 



See 



DIASTOLIC/SYSTOLIC HYPERTENSION . 
5 1. Recording script. Appl. 
author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; 
11Aur69; C 22084. 

DICK WHITTINGTON; dramatized by 

Lucile Brown. 38 1. Five scenes. 
© Lucile Brown; l6jul69; DU74868. 

DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT; screen- 
play, lyrics & music by Marica 
Weston, pseud, of Martha Weisman. 

I v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
25Sep67, DU69723. NM: additions. 

© Martha Weisman; 270ct69; DU75702. 

DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF VERTIGO. 

II 1. Recording script. Appl. 
author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; 
llAug69; C22069. 

DILEMMA, by Sam Seeman, pseud, of 

Isadore Seeman. 154 1. A play in 13 
scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
20Feb69, DU73614. NM: additions. 
© Sam Seeman; 6Aug69; DUY5057. 

DIMINISHING RETURNS, a contemporary 
farce in two acts by Bernard Rosa. 
1 v. © Bernard Rosa; 19Dec69; 
DU75975. 

THE DING-A-LING GANG; first draft 
screenplay by Mike McGlnnls 
(Michael N. McGlnnls) 72 1. 
© Michael N. McGlnnls; 24jul69; 
DU74941. 

DINOSAURS; two one act plays by Ron 
Whyte (Ronald Melville Whyte) 1 v. 
© Ronald Melville Whyte; 9Jul69; 
DU74905. 

DIRGE FOR WHITE MONGREL, a play in 
three acts by Polly Miller. 90 1. 
© Polly Miller; 8jul69; DU74784 . 

DIRT. 6 1. Script. Appl. author: 
Beaumont-Bennett, Inc., employer for 
hire. © Beaumont-Bennett, Inc.; 
l6Sep69; C22167. 
DIRT ROAD VILLAGE, U.S.A., by George 
Kalt. 32 1. A play. © George Kalt; 
4Dee69; DU75897. 

THE DIRTY LOW VOICE OF SEX ON TV, an 
all-Amerlcan Freudian farce by Newton 
Berry. 5 1.' © Newton Berry; 15 Sep 69 J 
DU75350. 



DIRTY TRICKS, a one-act play by Raymond 
Banackl. 1 v. © Raymond Banacki; 
51Dec69; DU76012. 

DISCIPLINING CHILDREN CAN BE A CHAL- 
LENGE. 10 1. Appl. author: Mt . San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 15Dece9; C22443. 

THE DISCONTENTED FIR TREE; dramatized 
by Lucile Brown. 10 1. © Lucile 
Brown; l40ct69; DU7559I. 

THE DISENCHANTED, a play in 1 act by 
Jay Anusklewlcz (James M. Anusklewlcz) 
1 v. © Jay Anusklewlcz; 7Jul59; 
DU74768. 

DITTO TRAINING TAPE 101 - THE ELECTRO- 
STATIC PROCESS. 16 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Bell & Howell Co. 
© Bell & Howell Co.; 29Jul69: 
C22012. ' 

DIVERTICULITIS. 7 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Upjohn Co. 
© Upjohn Co.; llAug69; C22073. 

THE DIVINE TRAGEDY; or. Paradise, 
Purgatory and Pentagon. A drama in 
two acts by Mary Julia Karoly. 1 v. 
© Mary Julia Karoly; l4jul69; 
DU74852. 

DO NOT THROW CUSHIONS INTO THE RING, a 
dramatic composition, the shooting 
script for a photoplay, written by 
Douglas W. Jackson. 51 1. © Douglas 
W. Jackson; 28Nov69; DU75865. 

DO YOU WANT TO BE A GOOD PARENT? 14 1. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 15Dec69; 
C22454 . 

DOCK BRIEF. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

DOCTOR FISH; written by Murray Schlsgal. 
52 1. A play. © Murray Schlsgal; 
l8Aug69; DU75130. 

DOCTOR IN COURT: WHIPLASH INJURIES. 
8 1. Appl. author: Upjohn Co. 
© Upjohn Co.; 150ct69; C22298. 

THE DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF 

(Le medecin malgre lul) By Moliere. 
A one act version translated & 
adapted by I . E. Clark. 25 1. 
(A Stage magic play) © I. E. Clark; 
8Sep69; A97916. 

DR. SFORZA, by Victor A. Pompilio. 
© Victor A. Pompilio. 
Script no. 

2. The missing element. © 4Sep69; 
DU75319. 

3. Eureka. © 4Sep69; DU75318, 

4. Kill the volltality. © 230ot6g; 
DU75682 . 

5. Dr. Sforza takes a vacation. 
© 230ot69; DU75683. 

6. What a mess. © 230ot59; DU75681. 

DR. SFORZA TAKES A VACATION. See 
DR. SFORZA. Script no. 5. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION SERIES. See 

WRITING AND DIRECTING TWO FULL-LENGTH 
PLAYS. 

DOCTOR'S NOTEBOOK. Pt.2, program 6-13- 
By Glen Griffin. 1 v. Television 
scripts. © Glen Griffin; 13Aug69; 
C22091. 

DOCUMENTARY 5OO A.T., a film by Francis- 
co Bautlsta & Jacquelin di Napoli 
(Jacquelln di Napoli Bautlsta) 1 v. 
® Francisco Bautlsta & Jacquelin 
Bautlsta; 5Nov69; DU75740. 



THE DOER MUST DO; or. The face of the 
future. A one act play by David 
Litt. 31 1. © David Lltt; 
i4ju169; DU74847. 

DOES A TIGER WEAR A NECKTIE? A play in 
three acts by Don Petersen (Donald G. 
Petersen) Dramatists Play Service. 
94 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
30Apr62, DU55321. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Donald G. Petersen; 
210ct69; DP7141. 

DOLLAR VICTORY; writer, Pat Healy. 1 v. 
Filmstrlp script. (Functional living 
series) © Graphic Research, Inc.; 
7Aug69; C22226. 

DON CARLOS (Don Carlo) By Giuseppe 
Verdi; Oper in vler (fUnf) Akten nach 
Schlllers Drama von Josephe M^ry & 
Camille du Locle; itallenischer Text 
von Antonio Ghislanzoni; neue 
deutsche Ubertragung von Hans 
Swarowsky. Mllano, Ricordi. 4l6 p. 
German & Italian. Appl. authors: 
Giuseppe Verdi, Mario Parenti & Hans 
Swarowsky. Appl. states prev. pub. 
31Dec63, DFI722. NM: German 
translation of Italian libretto for 
act 5; appendix & notes for perform- 
ance in 5-act version; editing. 
© G. Ricordi & Co., S.P.A.; 3Nov67; 
DF2012. 

DON RODRIGO; opera in three acts and 
nine scenes. Op. 31. By Alberto 
Ginastera; libretto by Alejandro 
Casona. New York, Boosey & Hawkes. 
178 p. Spanish. Vocal score. Appl. 
states prev. pub. 17Nov67, DP6579. 
© Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 19Aug69; 
DP7124. 

THE DONAGH; adapted to a play by 
Peter J. Smith. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Peter Joseph Smith; 4Aug69; 
DU74960. 



DONNERSTAG. 
THURSDAY. 



See 



DONNY, HONEY, a comedy in three acts by 
Eric Levi. 72 1. ® Eric Levi; 
llAug69; DU75084. 

DON'T BUY ANY NECKTIES FROM THE BEAR, 
by Gifford W. Wingate. 44 1. A 
musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Gifford W. Wingate; 8Sep69; 
DU75294. 

DON'T FORGET TO FEED THE GIRAFFES, a 
new play by Richard Mangoode, pseud, 
of Richard Goodman. 88 1. 3 acts. 
© Richard Mangoode a.k.a. Goodman; 
25Aug69; DU75196- 

DON'T KNOCK IT, a comedy by Mo 

Schneider (Maurice Schneider) 107 1. 
Three acts. © Maurice Schneider; 
6Aug69; DU75095. 

THE DOOR, a play in one act by Wes 
Ellis (Wesley Crosby Ellis) 21 p. 
© W. C. Ellis; 23May69; DP7019. 

EL DORADO (The dream of gold) 
Arranged & dramatized by Emmet 
Lavery. 29 1. A musical play in 
10 scenes. Book only. © Emmet G. 
Lavery; l8jul69; DU74798. 

DO'S AND DON'TS DURING AN INTERVIEW. 
1 V. Filmstrlp script. Appl. author: 
Graphic Research, Inc. © Graphic 
Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; C22209. 

THE DOUBLE DEALERS, a play by Margaret 
Wood. London, New York, S. French. 
25 p. (French's acting edition) 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 30Dec68; 
DFI997 . 

DOUBLE SOLITAIRE, a play in one act 
by Robert Anderson. 50 1. © Robert 
Anderson; 5Dec69; DU75901. 



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DRAMAS 



July-De 



DOWN AMD AROUND THE RIVER; words & 
music by Andrew Anka. 2 1. Recita- 
tion. © Andrew T. Anka; 2iioct69; 
C22319. 

DOWN ON THE FARM, a new play by John 
von Hartz. 150 1. Three acts. 
© John von Hartz; 50 Jul 69; DU74992. 

DOWNRANGE AT THE PENNY ARCADE, a film 
by John McLean. 10 1. ® John 
McLean; 7Jul69; DUTtyST. 

THE DOZENS, by Laird Koenig. Dramatists 
Play Service. 60 p. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 18Nov68, 
DU72926. NM: additions & revisions. 
® Laird Koenig; 18nov69; DP7171. 

DRAFTING COURSE. Appl. author: United 
Technical Institute, Inc. © United 
Technical Institute, Inc. 
Lesson 

1-24. 1 V. © l8Aug69; C22095. 
25-48. 1 v. © 19Aug69; C22110. 



DRAGON HIS TALE BEHIND HIM. 
KAMA LOT. 



See 



DRAMA: LITERATURE ON STAGE, by Charles 
0. Burgess. Philadelphia, Lippincott. 
598 p. (The Lippincott college 
English series) NM: compilation. 
©J. B. Lippincott Co.; 7Apr69; 
A879't6. 

DRAMA WORKSHOP PLAYS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, 
a collection of modern one-act 
royalty-free plays by Paul T. Nolan. 
Boston, Plays, Inc. 309 p. © Paul T 
Nolan; 21Aug69; A91537. 

DRAMATir^ READINGS OF FAMOUS STORIES 
(Radio plays of famous stories) A 
collection of royalty-free one-act 
adaptations from the classics by 
Lewy Olfson. Boston, Plays, Inc. 
250 p. NM: editorial revision & 
additional text. © Lewy Olfson; 
28Aug69; A9I556. 

DREAM BOY, a play by Stephen W. Bass «: 
Jacqueline M. Nordln. 100 1. Two 
acts. © Stephen W. Bass & Jacqueline 
Marise Nordln; 20ct69; DU75488. 

A DREAM DEFERRED, a play in two acts 
on Mahatma Gandhi by Paresh Dhar. 
61 1. © Paresh Dhar; 8Sep69; 
DU75435. 

DREAM OF A BLACKLISTED ACTOR, by 
Conrad Bromberg. 1 v. A musical 
play in 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Conrad Bromberg; 2'»0ct69; DU75673. 

DREAM OF GOLD. See 
EL DORADO. 

THE DREAM OF MR. SORRI, by Robert 
Lawrence Stevens. 11 1. A play. 
© Robert Lawrence Stevens; 17Sep6q: 
DU75382. ' 

THE DREAM THAT VANISHED, a play on the 
life of Mahatma Gandhi by R. W. Dighe. 
116 1. Five acts. ® R. W. Dighe; 
2ltJul69; DU75566. 

DREAMLAND, an operetta for young voices; 
text, lyric & music by Sister 
Madonna Schneider. 47 1. Four 
scenes. © Sister Madonna Schneider: 
22Aug69; DU75178. 

THE DREAMSPINKER, a new play by Louis 
Hctlcr. 41 1. © Louis Hetler; 
7Aug69; DU75063. 

DRIFTING SNOW, by T. Falion. 41 1. 
A play. © Thomas Christopher Fallon, 
Jr. & Jacqueline Frances Fallon; 
22Sep69; DU75'126. 



DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM. See 
SO YOU WANT TO BE A SCHOOL BUS 
DRIVER. 

DROPPING A LINE TO A COHO. 2 1. Appl. 
author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; 

lAuggg; 022038. 

THE DRUNKARD, a new adaptation of the 
fine olde-time melodrama by Raymond 
Hull. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama 
Service. 63 p. TOiree scenes. 
© Pioneer Drama Service; lSep67; 
DP7102. 

THE DUEL; based on the short novel of 
the same name by Anton Chekhov; 
adapted for the stage by John Drucker. 
1 V. A play in 4 acts. © John 
Drucker; 24Nov69; DU75850. 

DUET; script for a motion picture by 
Leo Trachtenberg. 74 1. © Leo 
Trachtenberg; 2Sep69; DU75270. 

DUKIE RUN; three intimate acts of 
laughter, human frailties & 
suspense by Jerry Bangs (Gerald F. 
Bangs) 1 V. A play. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 13Jun56, 42735. NM: 
additions & changes. © Jerry Ban/zs ; 
27Aug69; DU75220. 

THE DUMB, by Richard M. Oxman. 20 1 
A play. © Richard M. Oxman; l8Aug69- 
DU75127. ^^' 

THE DUNGMEN ARE COMING, a play in one 
act by Elaine G. Denholtz. 30 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l8Aug69, 
DU75128. NM: additions & revision. 
© Elaine Grudln Denholtz: 300ct6q- 
DU75714. ^' 

THE DWELLING FIRE HAZARD; final master 
script. 7 1. Appl. author: 
Interstate Engineering Corp. 
© Interstate Engineering, a division 
of Automatic Sprinkler Corp. of 
America; l8jul69; C21988. 

DYNAMIC LIVING; lecture ... by Joseph 
F. Halloran. 20 1. © Joseph Francis 
Halloran; 17Nov69; C22365. 

DZI6 DO CIEBIE PRZYJS'C NIE MOG? (I 
can't come to you today) Music by 
Andrzej Hundziak; words by Lech 
Budreckl & Ireneusz KanicKl. 1 v. 
A play. ® Przedstawlcielstwo 
Wydawn. Polskich; 15Aug69; DU75343. 



E 



DRINKIES AT MOTHER AMATO'S. 
MISS SYMPOSIUM. 



See 



E. S. P., an original screenplay by 
Ara Chekmayan. March 1968. 41 1. 
© Ara Chekmayan; 8Aug69; DU75068. 

ESP: THE FASCINATING VSA WORLD OF PARA- 
PSYCHOLOGY, by John P. Dougherty. 
17 1. Television script. © John F. 
Dougherty; 15Dec69; C22440. 

THE EASY WAY, by Leslie L. Rainey, Jr. 
5? 1. A screenplay. © Leslie 
Llnwood Rainey, Jr.; 5Dec69; DU75904 . 
THE EASY WAY OUT; writer, June Eshelman. 
1 V. Filmstrlp script. (Male eti- 
quette) ® Graphic Research, Inc.; 
7Aug69; C22205. 

THE ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF FAMILY LIFE. 
12 1. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. ® Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
15nec69; C22441. 

THE ECSTACY OF RITA JOE, by George 
Ryga. 66 1. A musical play in 2 
acts. Book St lyrics only. © George 
Ryga; lDec69; DU75941. 

THE EDUCATION, an experiment by Donald 
Bernstein. 17 1. A play. © Donald 
Bernstein; 200ct69j DU75614. 



THE 8:47 TRAIN, a farce by William Jay, 
pseud, of William J. Averbuch. 47 1. 
Seventeen scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
©William J. Averbuch; 30Sep69; 
DU75448. 
EILLEY &RRUM, by L. E. S. Miller; music 
by Morris Harral. 42 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Lila S. Miller & Virgil 
Morris Harral; 15Sep69; DU75357. 
1000 PLUS 25, eln Spiel in sechs 

Szenen von Otto Milo. 48 1. © Otto 
Milo; IOJUI69; DU74853. 

EIDRIDGE CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENTS. See 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL WITH APOLOGIES TO 
DICKENS . 
EIHRIDGE CHURCH ENTERTAINMENTS. See 

THE WORKER. 
EIDRIDGE POPULAR ONE-ACT PLAYSCRIPTS. 

See 

AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE PRINCIPAL. 

THE LOST BROOCH. 

THE LOVE-PHILTRE OF IKEY SCHOENSTEIN. 

MISS CURRICULUM PAGENT. 

NIGHT OF THE GHOST. 

WAS IT HEAVEN? OR HELL. 
ELECTION NIGHT. See 

SONATA FOR MOTT STREET. 

THE ELEPHANTS GRAVEYARD, by George 
Hayner, pseud, of Joseph B. Collins 

^}\^J^ P-^^y- ,® Joseph B. Collins; 
3IJUI69; DU75014. ' 

THE ELEVATOR PLAY, AND I WANT TO WALK 
TO SAN FRANCISCO; book & lyrics by 
Gretchen Cryer; music by Nancy Ford 
(Nancy Ford Charles) 1 v. Two plays. 
® Gretchen Cryer & Nancy Ford; 
12Sep69; DU75331. 

AN ELITE RETREAT, a comedy by Paul M 
Balawlck. 54 1. Three acts. 
® Paul M. Balawick; 12Sep69; DU75325. 

ELIZABETH AND ESSEX, a play in 3 acts 
by Walter T. McBride. 83 1. 
© Walter T. McBride & Rita B. McBrldf; 
10Dec69; DU75918. 

ELSINORE, a musical drama in two acts- 
book & lyrics by Philip Darraugh ' 
Ortego & Mark Howard Medoff; music 
by George William Fellows 60 1 
Based on Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, 
by William Shakespeare. Book & 
\l1^''%r?'^^^ ■ .■*PPl- states prev. reg. 
litMay69, EU116235. © on boSk; Philip 
Darraugh Ortego & Mark Howard Medoff- 
l8Aug69; DU75042. ' 

ELWOOD THE ELF, by Velva Call (Val Call) 
& Mildred G. Rasey. 1 v. A musical 
play. © Mildred G. Rasey & Val Call; 
28Aug69; DU75229. 

THE EMANCIPATION OF MRS. HATIB, a 

comedy in one act by Mitsu Yamamoto. 
22 1. © Mitsu Yamamoto; l8Sep69: 
DU75398. 

EMBROIDERY LESSON. See 

FOUR FROM ELLSWORTH WHIMBY. 

EMERGING PATTERNS OF FAMILY LIVING. 
14 1. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt . San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
15Dec69; C22447. 

EMILE ZOLA ET LE CINEMA. See 
THEATRE II. 

EMIL'S LEAP, a short play by Thomas 
Terefenko. 14 1. © Thomas Tere- 
fenko; 26Aug69; DU75210. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES, a musical 
play; book & lyrics by Nancy Popkln 
Popkln, music by Laurence Smlgel. 
1 v. Two acts. ® Nancy Popkln Popkln 
& Laurence I. Smlgel; 100ct69; 
DU75567. 

ENCHANTED NIGHT. See 
SIX PIAYS, 



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105 



ENCOUNTERS; five one-act plays by- 
Robert A. Jacobs. 94 1. © Robert 
A. Jacobs; 17Nov69; DU75785. 

THE END IS BEGINNING, a play in two 
acts by Donald G. Poole. 1 v. 
© Donald G. Poole; 22Sep69; DU75446. 

THE END OF MRS. OBLONG, by Seamus de 
Burca. Dixon, Calif., Proscenium 
Press. liB p. (The Irish play series, 
noA) Three acts. ® Seamus de 
Burca; 16Nov68; DP7092. 

THE END OF THE WAR IN VIET NAM, a film 
by John McLean. 10 1. ® John R. 
McLean; 27Aug69; DU75240. 

END OF THE WORLD. See 

PLAYWRIGHTS FOR TOMORROW. 



ENERGY AND MATTER. 
SCIENCE. 



See 



ENFANTS AU POUVOIR. See 
TROIS PIECES SURREALISTES . 

ENGLISH MORALITY PLAYS AND MORAL 
INTERLUDES; edited by Edgar T. 
Schell & J. D. Shuchter. 55* p. 
(Rinehart editions, I56) NM: introd. 
& footnotes. <£) on introd. & notes; 
Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc.; 
6May69; A79553. 

AN ENTERTAINMENT FOR ELIZABETH (A masque 
of motions) (Terpsichore unchained) 
By John Hollander. 12 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © John 
Hollander; 29Sep69; DU75581. 

THE ENZYME SOAK CYCLE; recording script 
for Sears, Roebuck & Co. by Jam 
Handy Organization. 8 1. © Sears, 
Roebuck & Co.; 2Jul69; 021929- 

EPHEMERA. See 
LES EPHEMERES. 

EPHEMERA TWO ZERO, a one act play by 
Joe V. Graber. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer 
Drama Service. 3'+ p. © Pioneer 
Drama Service; ISepo?; DP7100. 

LES EPHEMERES (Ephemera; or. May flies) 
D'Anne Caprile. ■ 16 1. A play. 
© Anne Caprile; 230ct69; DU75928. 



EQUUS MIRUS, a 
Tower School 
oration with 
First playwri, 
Salem, Mass 
30 1. Five 
strange horse 
English & Lat 
Susan Curtis 
Siblings Co.; 



play by Form I of the 
in Marblehead in collab- 
William W. K. Freeman. 
ght, Richard Bane. 

Freeman Siblings Co. 
cenes. Adapted from A 

by John K. Colby. 
m. Appl. authors: 
others. © Freeman 

25Apr69; DF7058. 



ERASMUS OF ROTTERDAM, an original 
historical drama in three acts by 
Andrew B. Harris. 1 v. ® Andrew 
Bennett Harris; 4Mar69; DP7032. 

ERICA, MON AMOUR, by Chester Leo 
Smith. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Chester Leo Smith; 15Aug69; 
DU75II7. 

THE ESCAPE, a play in two acts by 
Victor Power. 40 1. © P. Victor 
Power; 300ct69; DU75718. 



ESCAPE FROM FUN CITY. 
FUN CITY QUARTET. 



See 



THE ESKIMOS HAVE LANDED, a comedy in 
one act for five women by Tim Kelly. 
Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama Service. 
19 p. © Pioneer Drama Service; 
15Aug69; DF7105. 

THE ESTABLISHMENT, by Norman Beim. 
1 V. Four scenes. © Norman Beim; 
3OJUI69; DU7499I. 



THE ESTABLISHMENT; In 1 act by Ben 
Samberg. 5 1. with music. © Ben 
Samberg; 24jun69; DP7021. 

ET AU CIEL, 100 MILLIONS D'ETOILES, 
LES GUSS, 3 actes d'Anne Caprile. 

1 V. © Anne Caprile; l4Aug69; 
DU75172. 

ETERNITY. See 
ADOLF HITLER. 

EUGENE ONEGIN; lyrical scenes in three 
acts. Text, after Pushkin, 8c music 
by Peter Tchaikovsky; English version 
by Boris Goldovsky. Ed. 2791- 
New York, G. Schirmer. 20 p. 
(G. Schirmer's collection of libret- 
tos) Libretto. © Boris Goldovsky; 
29Aug69; DP7138. 

EUREKA. See 

DR. SFORZA. Script no.3- 

EVA; written by Patricia Gleeson. 

2 1. Monolog. © Patricia Gleeson; 
27Aug69; C22128. 

THE EVENING IS APPROACHING, by A. Pili- 
piak. Sheet. Recitation. © Mahzl 
Pub. Co.; 29Jul69; C22140. 

EVERGREEN PLAYSCRIPT. See 
THE GREAT AMERICAN DESERT. 

EVERY MAN HAS A POEM, by Anselm William 
Romb. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Anselm William Romb; 24Nov69; 
DU75846. 

EVERY WOMAN IS A VIRGIN SOMEWHERE, a 
drama by Fred Rue Jacobs; editing & 
pref. by Gary Groat. Zeitgeist. 
37 p. Seven scenes. NM: editing & 
pref. ©Zeitgeist, Inc.; 310ct69: 
AIIIO86. 

EVERY WOMAN SHOULD BE MARRIED ONCE, a 
play in one act by Emily Heilman. 
16 p. © Emily M. Heilman; 29Sep69; 
DU75466. 

EVERYBODY'S WORLD AT BROADWAY AND 
POWELL, by Jobyna Phillips. 1 v. 
© Jobyna Phillips; 70ct69; C22259. 

EVERYONE'S RELATIVE; pilot script by 
Donald R. B. Douglas, pseud, of 
Donald R. Boyle. 40 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 5Sep68, DU72319. NM: 
revisions. ® Donald R. Boyle; 
i6Ju169; DU74872. 

EVERYTHING'S FOR THE BEST, a play in 
one act by Colin Clift (Donald Cllft) 
15 1. © Colin Clift; 7Nov69; DU7575't. 

EVOLUTION OF JAZZ, by Gordon H. Smith. 
220 1. 28 lectures. ® Gordon H. 
Smith; 19Sep69; C22324, 

EXCERPTS FROM THE ADULT ENRICHMENT 

SEMINAR PROGRAM, by Urban G. Steinmetz 
& Charles L. Tooman. v.l: The family. 
8 1. Lecture. © Family Enrichment 
Bureau; 8Sep69; C22143. 

THE EXCURSION, a screenplay by Art 
Johnson (Arthur Leon Johnson III) 
30 1. © Arthur Leon Johnson III; 
5Nov69; DU7569'^- 

THE EXILE ANGEL, a play in three acts 
by K. P. Budhey. 123 1. © K. P. 
Budhey; 23Jul69; DU74928. 

EXORCISM OF THE PENTAGON, by Ed Sanders. 
2 1. ® Heavy Metal Music Corp.; 
lDec69; C22391- 

AN EXPERIMENT WITH TRUTH. See 

THE FOURTH MAN. 
EXPERIMENTAL DEATH UNIT NO.l. See 

FOUR BLACK REVOLUTIONARY PLAYS. 

EXPLANATION OF CHART 5. 2 1. Lecture. 
Appl. author: T. E. Stivers Co. 
© T. E. Stivers Co.; 7Jul69; C21937. 



EXPLORING. 

For titles beginning with Exploring 
See SCIENCE. 

EXPOSURE SYSTEM, a play In two acts by 
Mark Zalk. 1 v. ® Mark Zalk; 
3OJUI69; DU74993. 

EXTRANOS EN EL PARAISO. See 
SOUTH OF GRANADA. 

THE EYE OF THE CABAL, a play in three 
acts by Arsete Lucchesi. 104 1. 
® Arsete J. Lucchesi; 17Nov69; 
DU75787. 

EYES OF CHALK, a monologue with dia- 
logues by Tone Brulin; translated by 
David Villalre. 25 1. Thirteen 
scenes. ® David Villalre; 19Sep69; 
DU75625. 



F-85, CUTLASS, CUTLASS SUPREME, THE 
PERFECT MATCH FOR 1969; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 15 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2Jul69; C2I892. 

F-F-F-FROZEN, a play in one act by 
Elaine G. Denholtz. 27 1. © Elaine 
Grudin Denholtz; l8Aug69; DU75128. 

F — N, a play in 5 acts by Charles G. 
Shores. II7 1. © Charles G. Shores; 
17Nov69; DU75824. 



FACE OF THE FUTURE. 
THE DOER MUST DO. 



See 



THE FACTS ABOUT OLDS GO-POWER; record- 
ing script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 19 1- 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; C2I901. 

FAG, a play by Gordon Law. 48 1. 

© Gordon Clifton Law; 3Nov69; DU75736. 

FAIR BECKONING ONE. See 
PLAYWRIGHTS FOR TOMORROW. 

FAIR WANDERER, a most satirical 

tragedy ... book, lyrics & music by 
Virginia Wilson. 2 v. A play in 
2 acts. ® Virginia Wilson; 17Nov69; 
DU75784 . 

THE FALL OP KATIE ANN, by Robert 

William Hodge. I26 1. Screenplay. 
® Robert William Hodge; 17Jul69; 
DU74881. 

THE FALSE ARREST STORY, an original 
story written by Mrs. John Zaremba; 
developed into screenplay with Eddie 
Rio Writers Lab. 30 1. © Mrs. John 
Zaremba; 22Jul69; DU74914. 

THE FAMILY, by D. N. Stuckl, 62 1. 
A play in 5 scenes. ® D. N. Stueki; 
200c t69; DU75616. 



FAMILY. See 

CHINESE FRIEND, 



AND FAMILY. 



FAMILY AFFAIR, a full-length comedy by 
Kenneth Higgins. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 101 p. Three acts. Adapted 
from the television series created by 
Don Fedderson & Ed Hartmann. 
©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 12Sep69; DP7126. 

THE FAMILY JEWELS, a screenplay by 
Larry Swansen, pseud, of Lawrence T. 
Swans on. 48 1. © Larry Swansen; 
23Sep69; DU75441. 

THE FAMILY TREE, a play in three acts 
by Leo W. Ware. 62 1. © Leo Wm. 
Ware; 17Sep69; DU75421. 



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THE FAMILY WAY^ an American hallucina- 
tion by Raymond Banacki. 1 v. A 
play. © Raymond Banacki; 31Dec69; 
DU76013. 

THE FAN TAN KING, by C. Y. Lee. 110 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © C. Y. Lee; 

30Jun69; DU7'^7'^7. 

FANDO ET LIS. See 

THEATRE I. 
FANNY BRIDGE, by Mary Eaton. 59 1. 

A play. © Mary Page Eaton; 150ct69; 

DU75581 . 

FANTASIES . See 
FUN CITY QUARTET. 

THE FAR SIDE OF THE POND, by Wra. D. 

Hammack. 20 1. A play. © William D. 
Hammack; 29Aug69; DU75230. 

THE FARCE, -a play in three acts by 
Claire Murdah. 59 1. © Claire 
Morris Murdah; 12Nov69; DU75820. 

A FAREWELL TO ZEUS, a mythic comedy by 
Louis Slosser. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Louis Slosser; 8sep69; DU75286. 

FARMING AND RANCHING. See 

SEEING ARGENTINA, PARAGUAY & 
URUGUAY . 

A FARTHING'S DAMAGES (The trial of 
John Ruskin) A play in three acts 
by Tom Dulack (Thomas Dulack) 1 v. 
© Thomas Dulack; 29Sep69; DU75546. 

FASHION; or. Life in New York. A new 
musical comedy based on an old play; 
book & lyrics by James Morgan; com- 
posed by Bruce Kimmel. 1 v. A play 
In 2 acts. Based on Fashion; or. 
Life In New York, by Anna Cora Mowatt. 
Book & lyrics only. © James Franklin 
Morgan; 2ltNov69; DU75811. 

FATHER MONAHAN'S DILEMMA, a musical 
play by Phillip Porter, pseud, of 
C. Eugene Chisholm. 1 v. 
© 0. Eugene Chisholm; 8Apr68; DU75809. 

FATHER UXBRIDGE WANTS TO MARRY, a play 
by Frank Gagliano. New York, Grove 
Press. 61 p. Includes music & 
lyrics to 2 songs. Appl. states prev. 
reg. llApr67, DU69390. NM: revisions. 
® Frank Gagliano; 20Jan69 (in notice: 
1968); DP7080. 

FAUST, INC., by Myles Eric Ludwlg. 
89 1. A screenplay. © Myles Eric 
Ludwlg; 21Aug69; DU75269. 

FEAR. See 

THE SILVER POXES ARE DEAD. 
THE FEEDBACK, a play in one act by 

Diane Derrick. 59 1. © Diane 

Derrick; 9Jul69; DU7'(796. 

FEIFFER'S PEOPLE; sketches and observa- 
tions by Jules Felffer. Dramatists 
Play Service. 80 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. I967 . NM: additions & 
revisions. © Jules Felffer; 2Jul69: 
DP7026. 

FERDINAND AND THE DIRTY KNIGHT, a two 
act play for children by Richard E. 
Jackson. Cody, Wye, Pioneer Drama 
Service. 'tU p. © Pioneer Drama 
Service; 15Sep68; DP7106. 

FETE DES PERES. See 
TCHAD. 

FEUDALISM. 16 1. Appl. author: Mt. 

San Jacinto Junior College District. 

© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 

Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 19Dec69; caSiteS. 
FEVERS OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN. 8 1. Appl. 

author: Upjohn Co. ©Upjohn Co.; 

150ct69; C22306, 
THE FEVERSTEP EFFECT, a religious 

encounter. In two acts by R. M. 

Gamble, gi) 1. © Robert M. Gamble; 

31Jul69; DU75017. 



FIAT, by Michael Lewis. 27 1 . A play. 
© Michael Lewis; 18Nov69; DU75791- 

FIDDLER UNDER A SPECIAL STAR; musical 
in three acts by A. Scott Rowley; 
music by A. Scott Rowley, James 
Prlgmore & Douglas Barnes. Rev. ver- 
sion. 1 v. Appl. author: Alice 
Scott Rowley, employer for hire. 
© Alice C. Scott Rowley; l6Jun69; 
DU7'»736. 

15 INTERNATIONAL ONE-ACT PLAYS; edited 
by John & Mollie Gassner; with an 
introd. & prefaces to the plays by 
Morris Sweetkind. New York, Washing- 
ton Square Press. 3B5 p. NM: compi- 
lation; new introductions. © Simon & 
Schuster, Inc.; Ijun59; AIOII37. 

FIGS, a penguin in search of five 

drulds by Zeke Johnson (James Hender- 
son Johnson) Acting ed. 14 1. 
A play. © James Henderson Johnson; 
2Sep69; DU75255. 

PIL D'ARIANNE. See 

THE BABY BREAKS THE DOLL. 

FILET OF SOUL, by Brenda Mae Johnson. 
1 V. A musical play in one act. 
® Brenda Johnson; 28Jul69; DU7'(975. 

FILLUS, by John Partin. 22 1. A 

screenplay. © John Partin; 8Sep69; 

DU75289. 
FILM AS ENCOUNTER, by Ryder Hector 

Currle (Rolf Hector Currle) & 

Donald S. Staples. 234 1. 

© R. Hector Currle; 3Jun69; C22008. 
FILMSTRIP MANUAL, by Sanford E. Danzin- 

ger. 1 V. © Sanford E. Danzlnger; 

60ct69; C22377. 

THE FINAL HOURS OF THE 1912 RAPIST, 
by Russell Graves. 54 1. A play 
© Russell Graves; 28jul69; DU74968. 

FIND THE WORD, a thirty minute game 
type show written especially for TV 
by Leslie B. Sterne. 1 v. Script. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5OJUI65, 
C17872. NM: revisions. © Alice H. 
Sterne; 220ct69; C22332. 

FINGS AIN'T WOT THEY USED T'BE, a play 
by Frank Norman, lyrics by Lionel 
Bart. London, Seeker & Warburg, 
96 p. Two acts. © on play; Frank 
Norman; 25Jul60; DF2029. 

fire; a play by John Roc. 1st ed. 
New York, Atheneum. 181 p. Two acts. 
® John Roc; 23Jun69; DP7072. 

FIREWORKS FOR A HOT FOURTH. See 

FOOTBALL; FIREWORKS FOR A HOT FOURTH; 
SHORT SACRED RITE OF SEARCH AND 
DESTRUCTION. 

THE FIRST BLACK GRADUATE OF WEST POINT; 
written by Julius Blakeny. 5 1. 
Script. (Black animated history car- 
toon productions) © Julius J. 
Blakeny; I40ct69; C22268. 

THE FIRST MATRIMONY IN SPACE, an origi- 
nal story written & adapted for 
television by William Bute. 30 1. 
© William Bute; 7Jul69; DU74831. 

THE FIRST PART OF KING HENRY THE SIXTH 
(King Henry the Sixth, part one) By 
William Shakespeare; edited by 
George Lyman Kittredge; rev. by 
Irving Rlbner. Waltham, Mass., 
Blalsdell Pub. Co. '115 p. (The 
Kittredge Shakespeares) (A Blalsdell 
book in the humanities) Five acts. 

© Blalsdell Pub. Co., division of 
Ginn & Co.; 30Apr69; A79359. 
THE FIRST ■(.•Ef DING, a play in six scenes 
by Leonard Horwltz. I60 1. 

O Leonard Horwitz; 150ct69; DU75576. 
FIT TO BE DRIED; basic instructions for 

drying flowers by Audrey Stelner 

Bugbee. 17 1. © Audrey Stelner 

Bugbee; 7Aug69; C22007. 



FIVE BASIC WAYS TO BE WELL DRESSED. 

1 V. Pilmstrlp script. Apnl. author: 
Graphic Research, Inc. © Graphic 
Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; C22232. 

FIVE ON THE BLACK HAND SIDE, by Charlie 
L. Russell. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
® Charlie L. Russell; 6nov69; 
DU75741. 

FLAMES OF DESIRE; unpublished dramatic 
composition by Rina de Firenze. 1 v. 
A play. © Rlna de Flrenze; 2Jul69; 
DU7471I. 

FLAT PICTURES; script for record for 
sound filmstrip by Stanton C. Dates. 
91. © Stanton C. Dates; 130ct69; 
C22281. 

FLIGHT 605, a play In one act by 
Steven Goldsmith. 27 1. © Steven 

P. Goldsmith; 4Nov69; DU7576O. 

PLIGHT 327, a one act play by Bernard 
J. McGory. 18 1. © Bernard J. 
McGory; 5Dec69; DU75903. 

FLIGHTY FLDPITY, a play in three acts 
by Thelma Lantry. 8 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 31Mar67, DU6B58O; 2DNov67, 
DU7DI53. NM: revisions. © Thelma 
Lantry; 17Dct69; DU756OI. ' 

FLO; written by Patricia Gleeson. 

2 1. © Patricia Gleeson; l8jul69; 
C21986. 

THE FLOWER THIEF, a Paris fantasy by 
J. I. Rodale. 1st ed. 26 p. Three 
scenes. © J. I. Rodale; 2Sep69: 
DP7070. 

FLOWERS & TREES, a collage; play & 
lyrics by Tom Oliver; music by James 
Campodonico. Trees; Saltf lowers. 
1 V. Two one act plays. © Tom 
Oliver; 13Aug69; DU75047. 

FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON, a full-length 
play by David Rogers. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 117 p. 2 acts. 
Based upon the novel by Daniel Keyes . 
© Dramatic Pub. Co.; 6Aug69; DP7D83 . 

FOLKLORE THAT HAS INSPIRED GREAT MUSIC. 
See 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
SCHEHERAZADE. 
THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE. 

FOOTBALL; FIREWORKS FDR A HOT FOURTH; 
SHDST SACRED RITE OF SEARCH AND 
DESTRUCTION; three plays by Jon Swan. 
New York, Grove Press. 142 p. 
© Jon Swan; 7Mar69 (in notice: 1968); 
DF7014. 

THE FOOTPRINTS OF JESUS, a one act play 
by Ruth N. Lockett. 8 p. © Ruth N. 
Lockett; 110ct69: DP7176. 

FOR CRYING OUT LOUD, a three act play 
by Larry Holman, pseud, of M. Perry 
Nochlln. 121 1. © M. Perry Nochlin; 
25Jul69; DU74947. 

FOR GOD'S SAKE, LISTEN; words & music 
by David M. Henkelmann; book by James 
Hagnuson. 1 v. Two acts. ® David 
M. Hinkelmann; 80ct69; DU75545. 

FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS, a sermon by 
Lloyd Bartley. 4 1. © Bartlev Pub. 
Co.; 24Dec69; C22480. 

FOR WHOM THE TIME CAME (WHO?) By D. R 
Diederlch & T. Michael Jaeger; music' 
by Brian Gray. 1 v. A play. © D R 
Diederlch & T. Michael Jaeger; 
130c t69; DU75655. 

FOREVER AMBROSE, a half -hour television 
comedy by Robert Saxon. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Robert Saxon; JDOct69; 
DU75712. 

FORGET THE CANARIES, by Grace Pickens 
(Grace Pickens Cahill) I3I 1. A 
play In 3 acts. © Grace Pickens; 
IJUI69; DU74751. 



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FORTUNATELY. 1 v. A play. Appl. 
author: Paper Bag Players, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Paper Bag 
Players, Inc.; 7Jul69; DU7t776. 

FORTUWE AND MEN'S EYES, by John Herbert. 
1 V. A play In 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. pub. 31Jan68, DP6750. NM: 
additions & revisions. © John 
Herbert; 26sep69; DJ75505. 

FORTY-TWO: SIX; screenplay by Eric 
Paice. 126 1. © Covenant Commun- 
ications Corp.; 80ct69; DU75929. 

FOUNDATIONS, ENGLISH 09I, by Jacqueline 
P. Griffin. 2 v. 2 lectures. (Gen- 
eral assembly session 6-7) © Jac- 
queline P. Griffin; 24Mar69; C2l87't- 
21875 • 

FOUNDING AND LEADING YEARS. See 

LANDMARKS IN A DISCOVERER'S JOURNEY. 

FOUR BLACK REVOLUTIONARY PLAYS, by 
LeRoi Jones. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 
Merrill. 89 p. Contents: Experi- 
mental death unit no.l. — A black mass. 
--Great goodness of life. — Madheart. 
© LeRol Jones; 18nov69; AIII8IO. 

FOUR FROM ELLSWORTH WHIMBY, by Ellsworth 
Whimby, pseud, of Martin C. Nolter, 
Jr. 1 V. Four plays. Contents: The 
embroidery lesson; The pig play; The 
great sacrifice; The B.U.M. play. 
© Martin C. Nolter, Jr.; 300ct69; 
DU75719. 

A FOUR MINUTE LECTURE TO BE DELIVERED 
TO A GROUP OF S'TODENTS WHO ARE INTER- 
ESTED IN PHILOSOPHY, by Howard Brown. 
51. © Howard Brown; 21Aug69; C22113. 

FOUR ONE ACT PLAYS, by Wesley St. John. 
The losers; Autumn serenade; The last 
voyage; Winter love. 1 v. © Wesley 
St. John; 25Aug69; DU75190- 

FOUR PLAYS, by Anton Chekhov; trans- 
lated by David Magarshack. 1st ed. 
New York, Hill & Wang. 244 p. 
(Mermaid dramabook) Contents: The 
seagull. --Uncle Vanya.--The three 
sisters. — The cherry orchard. 
© David Magarshack; 12Jun69; A79521. 

THE FOURTH MAN (An experiment with 
truth) A play about Mahatma Gandhi 
by Venkatesh Srinivas Kulkarni. 
95 1. Seven scenes. © Venkatesh 
Srinivas Kulkarni; 3Jul69; DU74964 . 

FRAGMENTS FROM A WORK IN PROGRESS. See 
PLAYWRIGHTS FOR TOMORROW. 

THE FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE: FINDERS, 
KEEPERS; LOSERS, WEEPERS; or. We only 
want the facts. Mam. By Barry Lit- 
vack. 25 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© Barry Lltvack; 100ot69; DU75568. 

THE FRAYED LINE, by Donald Poole. 

1 v. A play In 3 acts. © Donald G. 
Poole; 22Sep69; DU75433- 

FREDDIE LEARNS THE ALPHABET; tapes 1-4. 
4 V. Recording scripts. Appl. 
author: Education Unlimited Corp. 
© Education Unlimited Corp.; 170ct69; 
C22310. 

FREDERICK DOUGLASS. 9 1- AppL. author: 
Cultural History Research, Inc. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; lAug69i C22295. 

FREEBOOTERS ' GLEE : THE DEVIL AND YAN 
YOST VANDERSCAMP, a play for chil- 
dren's theater by Ray Mount & Eliza- 
beth Keyes Mount. 65 1. Five 
scenes, Based on The guests from 
Gibbet Island, by Washington Irving. 
© Ray Mount & Elizabeth Keyes Mount; 
igMay69; DU74699. 

A FRENCH FRIED ADJECTIVE, a Greek style 
comedy, middle-age morality, melo- 
drama, tragedy and absurd play in one 
act by Ralph Gordy. 17 1. © Ralph 
Gordy; 300ct69; DU75720. 



THE FRIENDLY LEPER, a musical comedy in 

three acts by Francoise Godbille. 

50 1. Book & lyrics only. 

© Francoise Godbille; 25Aug69; 

DU75139. 
FRIENDS OF THE FAMILY, a play in two 

acts by Seth Daniel Riemer. 88 1. 

© Seth Daniel Riemer; 2Sep69; 

DU75250. 
THE FRIGID PANSY, a satirical farce 

by Raleigh Bond. 1 v. 2 acts. 

© Raleigh Bond; 26Aug69; DU75217 • 

FROM OUT OF THE NORTH, by Cord Hull, 
pseud, of Warren Carleton Hull. 73 1- 
A musical play. Book & lyrics with 
music to one song. © Warren Carleton 
Hull; 20ct69; DU75623. 

FROM PLAYS INTO READING; plays to read 
in the classroom by Gerald G. Glass & 
Muriel W. Klein. Boston, Allyn & 
Bacon. 189 p. © Allyn & Bacon, Inc.; 
25Aug69; A94767. 

FROM THE MIXED-UP PILES OP MRS. BASIL E. 
PRAMKWEILER, by Claire G. Miller & 
Selma R. Brody; music by H. Davidson. 
1 V. Recording script. Based on the 
book of the same title by E. L. Ko- 
nlgsburg. © Newbery Award Records, 
Inc.; 8Dec69; DU75906. 

FRONT PORCH, by Richard Bliss. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. ® Richard Bliss; 
24Nov69; DU75942. 

FP.UITS OF JOY. See 

LIFE IS JUST A BAG 0' JOY. 

FUENTE OVEJUNA, by Lope de Vega; trans- 
lation & introd. by William E. 
Colford. Woodbury, New York, Barron's 
Educational Series. 171 p. Three 
acts. English & Spanish. NM: pub- 
lisher's foreword, introd. & English 
translation. © Barron's Educational 
Series, Inc. 31Mar6g; AIOO897 . 

FUN CITY QUARTET, an evening enter- 
tainment of four one-act plays by 
R. J. McLoughlin. 1 v. Contents: 
Musical chairs. — Escape from fun 
city. — Mr. Senior citizen. — Fantasies. 
© Ronald James McLoughlin; 23Sep69; 
DU75436. 

FUNCTIONAL LIVING SERIES. See 

COMMUNITY LIVING. 

DOLLAR VICTORY. 
JOB ADAPTABILITY. 
SAVINGS FOR SECURITY. 

THE FUNERAL, by William Packard. 54 1. 
A play. © William Packard; l4jul69; 
DU75394. 

FUNERAL HORS-D'OEUVRES, a black comedy 
of manners by Edwin Sohloss. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Edwin W. Schloss; 
I9N0V69; DU758IO. 

FUNGSON, a China story by Robert M. 
Gordon, Sr. 1 v. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Robert M. Gordon, Sr. ; 
lAug69; DU74897. 

FUNNY STORY; original story, screenplay 

& dialogue by Charles F. Flynn. 

77 1. © Charles F. Flynn; 6Nov69; 

DU75693. 
THE FURY, a one-act play by Sterling 

Harper. 32 1. © Sterling Harper; 

lAug69; DU75019. 
THE FUSE, an original screenplay by 

Howard Koch. IO3 1. © Julius 

Tannenbaum; llJulSg; DU74826. 

THE FUSION EXPERIMENT, by J. Arthur 
Long. 51 1. A play in 2 pt. 
© John Arthur Long; 30ct69; DU75491- 



G 



G. SCHIRMER'S COLLECTION OF 
LIBRETTOS . See 
EUGENE ONEGIN. 



G. SCHIRMER'S COLLECTION OP OPERA 
LIBRETTOS. See 
NORMA. 

GALATEA'S BROTHER, a play by Anthony 
Tuite (Robert J. Tuite) l48 1. 
Three acts. © Robert J. Tuite; 
14Ju169; DU74838. 

GALLATHEA AND MIDAS, by John Lyly; 
edited by Anne Begor Lancashire. 
Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press. 
174 p. (Regents Renaissance drama 
series) (A Bison book, BB 231) 
2 plays. NM: introd., annotation & 
compilation. © University of Nebraska 
Press; 5Deo69; AII589O. 

GALLOVINCENZI, a play by Ralph Moreno. 
Mill Valley, Calif., Hartmus Press. 
91 p. Three scenes. © Ralph Moreno; 
3OJUI69; DP7067. 

A GAME OF SOLDIERS, by George Hayner, 
pseud, of Joseph B. Collins. 52 1. 
A play. © Joseph B. Collins; 
14Nov69; DU75782. 

GAMES, by Henry Joseph Anderson. 

57 1. A play. © Henry Joseph Ander- 
son; l8Sep69; DU75688. 

GANDHI, by Gurney Campbell. 157 1. 
A play in 2 acts. ® Gurney Campbell; 
50Jun69; DU74749. 

GANDHI GOES TO WAR, a play in three 
acts by B. N. Mathur. 44 1. © B. N. 
Mathur; 7Jul69; DU74781. 

GANDHIJI, an experiment with truth by 
Rose LeiraaD Schiller. 1 v. A play 
in 5 acts. © Rose Leiman Schiller; 
17Jul69; DU75039. 

LES GARDIENS; theatre by Camilla 
Bourniquel. Paris, Editions du 
Seuil. 155 p. Two acts. © Editions 
du Seuil; 15May69; DFO-I709. 

LE CARROT; piece en 3 episodes de 

J. Sandor. 1 v. © J. Sandor; 

5Aug69; DU75434. 
A GATHERING OF CLOUDS, an original 

dramatic film script by Mary Law 

Gregory, pseud, of Mollie Gregory 

Cox. 76 1. © Mollie Gregory Cox; 

170ct69; DU75599. 
THE GAY TRADE, by Eimas Snave & Tony 

Bisscmi. 24 1. A screenplay. 

© Snave Music Pub. Co.; 26Nov69; 

DU75857. 
GEMINI, by James McKenna. 1 v. 

A play. Italian. © James McKenna; 

200c t69; DU75608. 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION. See 

FOUNDATIONS, ENGLISH 09I. 

THE GENERATION GAP; book & lyrics by 
Prue Holden (Mary P. Holden) ; music 
by Jean Tandowsky. 1 v. A musical 
play. © Mrs. Ralph Holden & Mrs. 
Ralph Tandowsky; l6jul69; DU74871. 

GENIES DU THEATRE FRANCAIS . See 

MAEIVAUX. 
THE GENITALS OF ANGELS, a comedy in 

three acts by Ronald Miglionico. 

1 V. © Ronald Miglionico; 19Dec69; 

DU75972. 
THE GENIUS, a screenplay by James Burr, 

pseud, of James B. Coding. 126 1. 

Thirteen scenes. © James B. Goding; 

8Aug69; DU75066. 
GENTLY, SO GENTLY, a memorial tribute 

to the late Robert F. Kennedy, United 

States Senator, 1925-1968, by George 

Harris. 7 1. © George B. Harris; 

90ct69; C22264. 

GEOFFREY, by James Rosenfield. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © James Alexander 
Rosenfield; 8Jul69; DU74787. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER. 9 1- Appl. 
author: Cultural History Research, 
Inc. © Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co.; lAug69; C22287 . 



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GEORGE'S ROOM, a play by Al\in Owen. 
London, New York, S. French. 18 p. 
(French's acting edition) Two 
scenes. © Alun Owen; 21Aug68: 
DF2006. 

GET SET FOR '69; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 7 1. Appl. ti.: 
Get set for 1969 . © Oldsmoblle 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2Jul69; C21902. 

THE GET-TOGETHER, a play in two acts 
by Robert I. Williams. 98 1. 
© Robert Ileroy Williams; 15Dec69: 
DU759^7. 

GET WELL SOON, a one-act play by Fred 
Rue Jacobs. 29 1. © Fred Rue 
Jacobs; 6Aug69; DU75239. 

GETTING lOTO HEAVEN; screenplay by 
Edward L. Montoro. 3I 1. © Explx; 
8Sep69; DU75tl5- 

GETTING USED TO YOUR NEW DENTURES; 
written & composed by Paul J. 
Soullere. 2 1. © Paul J. Souliere; 
15JU169; C21976. 

GIFT OF A STAR, a Christmas play in 
one act by Leonard V/ibberley. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 26 p. 
© Leonard Wibberley; 19Aug69; 
DP7086. 

A GIFT OF POT, by Fran Hill (Frances E. 
Hill) 35 1. A play. © Frances E. 
Hill; lDec69; DU75887. 

THE GIGANTIC CREMATORIUM, a one act 
play by Leslie Woolf Hedley. 1 v. 
© Leslie Woolf Hedley; 200ct69; 
DU75610. 

GILAMONSTER, a satire in one act by 
Cecil Brown. 1 v. © Cecil Brown; 
5IJUI69; DU75012. 

GINGER PYE; dramatized version by 
Selma Brody & Claire Miller, with 
original music by Herb Davidson 
(Herbert Davidson) 1 v. Recording 
script. Based on the book by 
Eleanor Estes. © Newbery Award 
Records, Inc.; 28Nov69; DU75955. 

THE GIRL, by William Trevor. London, 
New York, S. French. 36 P- (French's 
acting edition) © William Trevor; 
80ct68; DF2000. 

GIRL FROM IPANEMA. See 
CIRCLES. 

THE GIRL IN THE SUBWAY, a racy comedy 
in three acts by Harry H. Stanley; 
1 v. © Harry H. Stanley; 80ct69; 
DU755'tO. 

THE GIRL WHO WANTED IT TO GO ON, a 
motion picture by Paul B. Ross. 
56 1. © Paul B. Ross; l6Sep69; 
DU7558A . 

GIVE MY REGARDS TO OFF-OFP-BROADWAY, 
pt.2; or, A vanity happening. By 
Tom Eyen. 1 v. A play. © Tom Eyen; 
2Dec69; DU75888. 

GLENN AND RANDA, an original screenplay 
by Jim McBrlde (James McBrlde) & 
Lorenzo Mans. Ist draft, Oct. 25, 
1968. 78 1. © James McBrlde & 
Lorenzo Mans; llAug69; DU75073. 

GLOBAL OPTIONS FOR ESTABLISHING A FOR- 
EIGN FACILITY; talk by F. R. Faecq. 
8 1. O Felix Robert Faecq; 2'tApr69; 
C21870. 

GLORIA AND ESPERANZA, a play in two 
acta by Julie Bovasso. 110 1. 
O Julie Bovasso; 22Jul69; DU7't923. 

glory; hallelujah; god's on our side, 

a play In three acta by Anna Marie 
Barlow. 1 v. O Anna Marie Barlow: 
200c t69; DU7566I. 



DIE GLUCKSKONSERVE; Stuck in sieben 
Bildern von Oskar Zemme. [Austria] 
Universal Edition. 125 P- © Uni- 
versal Edition, A.G.; 25Jul69; 
DFO-1716. 

THE GO-BETWEENS, by Laia Hanau. 7 1. 

Lecture. Appl. states prev. reg. 

24Ju168, C20738. NM: additions. 

© Laia Hanau; llApr69; C21936. 
GO FLY A KITE, by Fredd Wayne, i v. 

A play in 2 parts. © Fredd Wayne; 

22Sep69; DU75t44. 

GO, YVETCZKA, SPLIT YOUR ATOM, a musical 
play in two acts; book & music by 
Paul J. Gillette; lyrics by Paul J. 
Gillette & Michael Kraft. 1 v. 
© Paul J. Gillette; ltSep69; DU75669. 

GOBI AND THE MAGIC DREAM BOAT, by 

Willine Miller & Chris Chose (Helen M. 
McTwiggan) I9 1. A screenplay. 
© Willine Miller & Helen M. McTwiggan 
a.k.a. Chris Chose; 20Aug69; DU75155. 

THE GOBI IS A PARKING LOT, a play in 
modern verse and three acts by 
Clement Ffuller, pseud, of Clement 
Fuller. 109 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 19Mar63, DU57479. NM: revisions. 
© Clement Fuller; 3OJUI69; DU7't899. 

GOD IS A (GUESS WHAT?) A morality 
play with music by Ray Mclver. 
70 1. Two acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Ray Mclver; 2May69; DU7t682. 

GODDAMN, JUDY, by Ruby C. Saunders. 
1 v. A play in 5 acts. © Ruby C. 
Saunders; 28jul69; DU74963. 

GOD'S POWER AT HAND. See 

PODER DE DEUS AO NOSSO ALCAHCE. 

GOING, GOING, GOING, GOING, GOING, a 
screenplay by Jerome Kass. 136 1. 
© Jerome Kass; 12Nov69; DU75772. 

GOING PLACES IN THE CITY. 6 v. Film- 
strip scripts. Contents: The zoo. — 
The museum. --The aquarium. — The pub- 
lic gardens. — The library . --The plan- 
etarium. Appl. author: Coronet In- 
structional Films, a division of Es- 
quire, Inc. NM: additions. © Coro- 
net Instructional Films, a division 
of Esquire, Inc.; 3Aug69; 022396. 

GOLD, by Robert Leigh (Robert Leigh 
Mlttendorf) & Donald Bacon. 90 1. 
A screenplay. © Donald Kay Bacon, 
Jr. & Robert Leigh; 80ct69; DU75542. 

A GOLD MEDAL WINNER ANY WAY YOU LOOK 
AT IT; recording script for Pontiac 
Motor Division by Jam Handy Organi- 
zation. 18 1. © Pontiac Motor Di- 
vision, General Motors Corp.; 
2Jul69; 021891. 

THE GOLD MEDAL WINNER, BONNEVILLE THE 
BOUNTIFUL; recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 22 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2Jul69; C21887. 

A GOLD MEDAL WINNER, 1969 FIREBIRD SETS 
THE PACE; recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp. by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 18 1. © Pontiac Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; 2Jul69; 
C21925 • 

THE GOLD MEDAL WINNERS, FAR OUT AHEAD 
IN EXCITING VALUE; recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division by Jaim 
Handy Organization. 19 1 • ® Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; C21888. 

THE GOLDEN BALL, a spring mystery for 
children with music 4 dance by Susan 
Otto (Susan Otto Israel) 22 1. Two 
pt. Includes lyrics for 3 songs. 
© Susan Otto; l8sepb9; DU755o8. 



THE GOLDEN CLOCK, a comedy In three 
acts by Joseph Baldwin. 1 v. 
© Joseph B. Baldwin; 310ct69; DU75721. 

THE GOLDEN HIPPY, a motion picture 

comedy by Hilary Clay Hicks. S^ 1. 

© Hilary Clay Hicks; 2Snov69; DU7587I. 
GOLDEN STREETS (Calles de oro) One act 

play by Piri Ihomas. 1 v. © Piri 

Thomas; 200ct69; DU75622. 

GOLDEN YEARS. See 

PEOPLE, THE GOLDEN YEARS. 

GOLF AND MORE GOLF.' By Norman Miller. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Norman 
Miller; 31Jul69; DU75008. 

golf; and MORE golf; By Norman Miller. 
Rev. 1 V. Two one act plays. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 3IJUI69. © Norman 
Miller; l8Aug69; DU75125. 

GOOD-BYE NEW YORK, HELLO INDY. See 
PEGGY. 

GOOD COMMUNICATION IS SALES POWER; 
recording script for Pontiac Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
18 1. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 2Jul69; 
C21926. 

GOOD GODI A new play in three acts by 
Roland Wolpert. 1 v. © Roland H. 
Wolpert; 25Aug69; DU752'31. 
GOOD MAN DIE, a one act play by Bob 
Kelljan, pseud, of Robert Kelljchian. 
11 1. © Bob Kelljan; l8Aug69; 
DU75013. 
GOOD NEWS, by Christina L. White. 
115 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Christina L. White; 22Aug69; 
DU753W . 
THE GOOD OLD DAYS; recording script 
for Oldsmoblle Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 8 1. © Olds- 
moblle Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; C21900. 

GOODNIGHT, JOHNNY; words by John Boulet; 
musical arrangement by Margaret Des- 
Jardin. ** p. © Margaret Desjardln 
& John Boulet; 26Sep69; C22l(32. 

GOODWILL IS WORTH ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, 
an original play by Steve R. 
Pleczenik. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Steve Pleczenik; 26Sep69; DU75509. 

GOSSIP; words & music by Vee Pea, pseud, 
of Virginia Bland, 8c Mamie P., pseud. 
of Mamie Davis. Folder. © Kama 
Sutra Music, Inc.; 23Jul69; C22119. 

GOURMET PLATTERS. See 
TASTY TAPES. 

GOURMET RECIPES FROM RESTAURANTS 'ROUND 
THE WORLD: PORTUGAL. 1 v. Appl. 
author: Cook, Bake & Broil Corp. 
® Cook, Bake & Broil Corp.; 220ct69; 
C22329. 

GOURMET RECIPES FROM RESTAURANTS ' ROUNE 
THE WORLD: SPAIN. 1 v. Appl. author: 
Cook, Bake & Broil Corp. © Cook, 
Bake & Broil Corp.; 220ct69; 022328. 

THE GOVERNOR'S HUSBAND, a play in two 
acts by John M. Byrne. 83 1. 
© John M. Byrne; 7Nov69; DU75752. 

THE GRACE OF TODD; comedy In three 
scenes by David Rudkin; music by 
Gordon Crosse. London, Oxford 
University Press. 33 p. Libretto. 
® David Rudkin; 8May69; DFO-I715. 

GRANDMOTHER REBECA, by Max Adelman. 
7"* 1. A play in 2 acts. Yiddish. 
© Max Adelman; 30ct69; DU75668. 

GRANNY, I LOVE YOU, by Frank Martin 
(Francis B. Martin) 87 1. A play 
in 5 acts. O Francis B. Martin; 
90c 169 ; DU75508. 

GRANT'S FOLLY. See 
THE PRESIDENT'S CREW. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



109 



THE GREAT AMERICAS DESSIT, by Joel 
Oppenheimer. (In Eight plays from 
off-off BroadiKay, edited by Hick 
Orzel t Michael Smith. Indianapolis, 
Bobbs-Merrill. p. 129-162) ® Joel 
Oppenheimer; l6Dec66: DP6962. (See 
also The great American desert; 

9Dec66: DrrnB) 

THE (21EAT AMERICAN DESHRT, by Joel 
Oppenheimer. Nev Yrr:-;, Srove Press. 
40 p. (Evergreer- playscript no. 5) 
© Joel Oppenhei!Kr; 9De=66; DP7178. 
(See also The great American desertj 
l6Dec66,: DP6962) 

THE GREAT H5EAKAWAY WITH THE I969 
GRAND PRIX; recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 15 1. ® Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; C21927. 

THE GREAT EKEAKAWAY WITH THE 1969 
PONTIAC; recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. 17 1- © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; C2I885. 

THE GREAT HiEAKAWAY WITH THE 1969 

PONTIAC; recording script for Pontiac 
Motor Division by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 30 1. S Pontiac Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; 2ju159; 
C21905 • 

THE GREAT HffiAKAWAY WITH THE '69 FIRE- 
BIRD; recording script for Pontiac 
Motor Division by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 15 1- © Pontiac Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; 2Jul69; 
C219W. 

THE GREAT EXPERIMENTER, by D. L. Ander- 
son. 1 V. A play in 5 acts, 
fi D. L. Anderson: 22Sep69; Dl'Yr"*ll. 

GREAT GOODNESS OF LIFE. See 

FOUR BIACK RETOtDTI0N.4KY PLAYS. 

GREAT MOfSENTS IN RADIO, SERIES ONE, by 
John M. Lyons. 1 v. Scripts I-I6. 
© John M. Lyons & John M. Lyons 
Productions; 15Jul69; C2197T. 

THE GREAT PAYROLL ROBBERY; or. Where 
there's smoke it's smokey. An origi- 
nal melodrama by Norval 0. Johnson. 
57 1. Four acts. © Norval 0. 
Johnson; 270ct69; DU75660. 

GREAT SACRIFICE. See 

FOUR FROM EliSWCKTH WHIMBY. 

GREAT scot: A musical play in two acts 
based on the life of Robert Burns; 
book by Mark Conradt i Gregory Dawson; 
music by Don McAfee; lyrics by Nancy 
Leeds. Dramatists Play Service. 79 P- 
Eook 5: lyrics only. © Mark Conradt, 
Gregory Dawson, Don McAfee & Nancy 
Leeds;' 12Aug69; DP7079. 

THE GREAT SOCIETY, a spectrum of 
American life by Giuseppe Di Gioia. 
1 V. Three acts. © Giuseppe Di 
Gioia; lljul69; DU7'j827. 

THE GRE.AT SOUL, by Cleola 1- Jon 
Teuscher. 1 v. A play in :> acts. 
© Cleola Margene Teuscher ^ Jon 
David Teuscher; 53ep69; IXj(55^7. 

GREECE, a script for oral delivery of a 
narrative that accompanies a series 
of color slides by Julian & Irene H. 
Kahn. 21 1. © Julian Kahn; 2f.Sep6Q: 
0222*10. 

GREEN ROSES, a comedj- in one act by 
Steve Sraswell (Stephen Craig 
Braswell) 4 1. © Stephen Craig 
Braswell; I5JUI69; DU74860. 

GROUP SOUP. 1 V. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. author: 
Paper Bag Flayers, employer. © Paper 
Bag Players, Inc.; 7Jul69; DU7W75. 



THE 3 
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s-uay 02 tne 
- Alan Lor'oer. 
Prod . , Inc . ; 



r— r-j- r'.^ri; screenplay by Robert 
Willi£- :-:;:ge. 107 1. ©Robert 
Willi i- :::;je; 3Sep69; DU7526*. 

>Z "VA?r ;:_-.:; ;c=9dy in three acts by 
rfrer.: :.'lr.3r; Zr-glish version by 
7rar.i M^r:_ = . 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. re^. I-Je-l". r~Zf2f : prev. 
pub. 5Cre:I-, Arl-i-f. :0I: 
trar. = la"irr. . r lili Tarvas Mallear; 

29^ui:^;; :;---::-. 



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C222t6. 



■iHK GUEST, by Ransom Jeffery. 65 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Ransoffi Jeffery; 
10Sep69; DU75506. 

GUESTS FROM GIBBET ISIAHD. See 

FREEBOOTERS' GI£S: THE DEVIL AND YAK 
TOST V.AHDKRSa'SMP. 

GUFFAWHAW, by Judith_Hartir- i Irrtng 
Burton. Program Xy. I6 1. 
© Paner Bag Players, Inc.; 5Jul69; 
DU7^703 . 

GUIDANCE COUNSELOR. See 

CHUB EffiAVIOR: FOBMATIVE AGS. 

G0IIE3JMES TO OBESITY MANAGEMENT. 
91. AddI. author: Upjohn Co. 
© Upj-ohn Co.; 150ct69; C22299. 

GUIDING THE SEX EDUCATION OF CHILDREN, 
PART I. 91. Appl. author: Mt. Sa.'. 
Jacinto Jiinior College District. 
e Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. Sa.", Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict: 15Dec69; C22*51. 

GUIDING THE SEX EDUCATION OF CHILDREN, 
PART II. 12 1. Appl. author: Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
® Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict: 15Dec69; C22*42. 

GULLIVER'S TRAVBIS; script by Lurene & 
Hirette Mattson. 3 v. From the novel 
by Jonathan Swift. Contents: Pt.l. 
ii voyage to lilliput, tapes 1-3- — 
Pt.2. A voyage to Brobdingnag, 
tape 4-6. — Pt.3. Houynhnms, 
tape 7-8. © Classic Text Tapes solely 
owned bv Norman H. Rogers; 2^fey69; 
DU7'»72l". 



HAMLB3?; opeia hdfOB f el-»tinfcban by 
Sibdor Szokolay; Jfeos Arany, 
fordit£s£ban. 5 v. NM: naisic & 
ad^tation. © S&dor Szokolay; 
lJul69; DUrWi5. 

HAMXET. See 

WILLIAM SEAKESPSARE'S HAKE) HSKLST. 

HAKLZr, A ~Ji3EDY, by Aleksandr 
S-.:E.srckoT; translated by Richard 
Fortune. 60 1. A Dlay in 5 acts. 
© Richard Fortune; 51Jul169; DU75005. 

HA:C5::-:S. rv Vlclet Priestley. 17 I. 
Fll-fT;i- ;:ript. ©Violet Priestley 

i.r.i. lirriry Filffistrip Center; 



HZ =-.:i-;-V? AT 3SSSR.ATIC»I G.AP, a fuU- 
ienj:r. :r=5ir ry Viiliam F. Davidson 
-i-r. F.rrer: Hei^frl. Chicago, 
Sraz^tic ?.;';. Oc. 35 p. Two acts. 
© WiUiac F. Davidson; 29Aig69; 

A:r;il .:~ ;?zm. 1 v. Recording 
scrir-. -rrl. a.„-r.cr: Dassil Produe- 
-11 FrclTictions; IJulc?; 



H 



HADRIAN VII, a play by Peter Luke, -Kith 
an introd. by Herbert Weinstock; based 
oh Hadrian VII and other works by 
Frederick Rolfe (Earon Corvo) 1st 
American ed. New York, Knopf, la's p. 
Two acts. Appl. Author: Alfred A. 
Knopf, Inc., emoloyer for hire. Appl. 
states prev. pub. I968, DF1915. NM: 
introd. & revision. © Alfred A. 
Knopf, Inc.; 21Mar69; A8ft25. 
HALTING EMKIYSEMA DAMAGE. 12 1. -Appl. 

author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; 

I50ct69; C22500. 
HAMALOT; or. Dragon his tale behind hia. 

An operetta by Henry Thomas Elliott; 

musical arrangements by Eloise 

Quackenboss. 86 1. Two acts. 

© Eloise Quackenboss & Henry Thomas 

Elliott; 20Aug69; DU75158. 

HAMIET, edited, inti^duced, and with 
facing-page notes by Edmund Fuller. 
KOJ p. (Invitation to Shakespeare) 
Five acts. NM: introd., annotation, 
& bibliography. © on introd.; 
Edmund Fuller; 15Feb67 (in notice: 
1966); A98786. 



C21S65 . 



Arr^~o55 ^5. = Christmas creretta for 
grace ;:-.:_-: r;-i:;r = -: rr~-rsedS: 
arrar.^f 1 : ■ ';-.:";A:ft - . r:--:'son. 
L*bs--cr.. -r., ;;ii-i^ir. 5ui. Oo. 2S p. 
© "ferstan Pub. Co.; 5OJUI695 DF70!H. 

Ap?i:3?; 1= ~';r a thing auiSD 

li:^ i= "~"^" --- 3;»~ o? pitz (th.at's 
c-ri" 11 5 ?: ^A." 1: SWALLOW) 

.A??"i rl^lHTAY, -y 1. :.!;:? Vates, pseud. 
~: Ir 1- Y. ■=7=5. r: 1 A play in 
; =:f^5=. r icyis :- ii:=;: 21Auge9; 



-lA?ri rl?.l>3AY. Sheet. Dialog. 



HAPPY CHRISl'LASll'Ll; :r=riled by 



r^' 



. -Appl. author: 
r itemil Produc- 



THE rliPPY 
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:? . See 

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script . 
© Upjohn 






THE HARD PEAK AST VAlSi? MYSTERY FLAY, 
in two acts by Jred Allender. 1 v. 
© Fred Allender; 220ct69; DU7565*. 

HARMONY; music and book by Bernice 
Loring. 1 v. Biree episodes. 
© Bemice Loring; 250ct69; DU75ft'3- 

HARRIET TUBMAN. S 1. Appl. author: 

Cultural History Research, Inc. 

© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 

Co.: lAug69; 022285. 
H.ARRY HERO, an original screenplay by 

H. Douglass Harriman. 170 1. 

® H. Douglass Harriman; I40ct69; 

DU75659, 



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July-Dec. 



HARVEY'S SlbttAN CHORALE, by Chris Alan 
Akiyama. 3 1. © Chris Alan Akiyama; 
60ct69; mj352'*-. 

HATSHEPSUT. See 

ASKIA MOHAMMED I & HATSHEPSUT. 

HAVE A HEART. See 
UNDER THE LID. 

HAVE ONE AND MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME. 

MONTE ON THE ROCKS. 

HAVE YOU BEEN READING THE TIMES TODAY? 
By Robert W. Preston. Rev. ed. 1 v. 
A musical play In 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. I80ct68j DU72645. 
© Robert Williamson Preston; 2Dec69; 
DU75826. 

HAVE YOU SEEN EARLY VICTORIA, LATELY? 
A comedy by Ken Eulo (Kenneth R. 
Eulo) '1 V. Two acts. © Kenneth R. 
Eulo; 8Ju169; DU7't783. 

HAY HARVEST AND WILD LIFE. See 
MAYBERRY, R.F.D. SHOW. 

HAYDEN SERIES IN LITERATURE. See 
INTRODUCTION TO THE PLAY. 

A HAZY DAY'S TRILOGY, by Larry A. 

Duhart. 127 1. Screenplay. 

© Larry Allan Duhart; JOJulSg; 

DU7t996. 
HE HAD A DREAM; words by Belle Dowdall. 

3 1. Recitation. © Mary Belle 

Dowdall; l6Sep69; C22187. 

HE LURED HER TO THE PRIMROSE PATH (BUT 
HE WAS NIPPED IN THE BUD) by Mary 
Ruth Parsons. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer 
Drama Service. 25 p. Four scenes. 
e Pioneer Drama Service; lSep67; 
DP7116 . 

HE RIDES THE NIGHTMEKE, by Harris 

Gardner. 49 1. A play in 1 act. 

© Harris Benjamin Gardner; 15Sep69; 

DU75352. 
HE WAUCED AMONG US, a play by Bud 

Flelsher (Adolph X. Fleisher) 100 1. 

Three acts. © Adolph X. Fleisher; 

15Aug69; DU75120. 
THE HEAD OF HAIR, by Allen Davis, III. 

1 V. A play in 2 acts. Appl. states 

prev. reg. 12Nov65, DueHti^S. 

NM: revisions. © Allen Davis, III; 

i(Dec69; DU75940. 
A HEAD TO SEATTLE, a satirical tragedy 

with songs in two acts by Mark 

Herman with the editorial assistance 

of Ronnie Apter; music composed by 

Paul Kimmel. 1 v. © Mark N. Herman; 

Itjui69; DU74983. 

HEALTH EDUCATION, series 1. 1 v. 
Recording scripts. Appl. author: 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict, Mt. San Jacinto College. 
© Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District; 23Jun69; C21881. 

HEAR AND TELL. 3 1. Dialog. Appl. 
author: Damil Productions. © Damil 
Productions; 29Jul69; C22015. 

HEAR THE SOUND OF RECOVERY. It V. 

Recording scripts. Contents: Pt.l-U: 
What happened? — Making headway. — 
Building strength. — Comeback. Appl. 
author: Media Medica, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Media Medica, Inc.; 
200ct69; C22316. 

THE HEART, by Anne S. Perlman. 19 1. 
A play. © Anne S. Perlman; llDec69; 
DU75925. 

HEART'S EASE, a play In three acts by 
William E. Hawkes. First draft. 
Ill 1. William E. Hawkes; 28Nov69; 

THE HEAVEN ON EARTH BUILDING, a new play 
by William R. Parle, Jr. 1 v. Three 
acts. © William R. Paris, Jr.; 
10ct69; DU75't8l. 



HEIDI, a full-length play by June 
Walker Rogers. Dramatic Pub. Co. 
91 p. 2 acts. From the novel by 
Johanna Spyrl. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
29AU669; DP7090. 

HELL, by Rudy Thomas Foley, kj 1. A 
play In 5 acts. ® Rudy Foley; 
14JU169; DU7t755- 

HELLO SUCKER] A new musical; book by 
Larry B. Marks & Robert Ennls Turoff; 
from an original Idea by Robert Ennls 
Turoff. 1 V. Two acts. Book only. 
© Larry B. Marks & Robert Ennls 
Turoff; l8jul69; ^74800. 

THE HELMET, by Sue Shay. 2 1. Reci- 
tation. © Mrs. Victor Shay; 270ct69; 
C22322. 

HELP, HELP, THE GLOBOLINKS, an opera 
in one act for children and those 
who like children by Gian Carlo 
Menotti. 1st performance ed. New 
York, G. Schirmer. 112 p. Vocal 
score. Appl. author: Kurt Honolka. 
® G. Schirmer, Inc.; 25Jul69; DP7125. 

THE HELPING HAND, a skit by Evelyn G. 
Schlff. 4 1. © Evelyn G. Schlff; 
4Nov69; DU75759. 

HELPING THE FOREIGN MEDICAL GFIADUATE, by 
H. Charles Franklin. 8 1. Lecture. 
© H. Charles Franklin; 8Sep69; C22321. 

THE HENCHMEN, a play in 1 act by Jay 
Anuskiewlcz (James M. Anusklewicz) 
81. © Jay Anuskiewlcz; 7Jul69; 
DU74767. 

HENRY'S FORD, a play in one act and 
four scenes by Kenneth Cooney. 19 1. 
© Kenneth F. Cooney; 23Dec69; 
DU75990, 

HERBERT SHERBERT, THE SPACE BUNNY, 
a creative musical play for children 
by Ruth Sadler. New York, Children's 
Musical Plays. 12 p. © Children's 
Musical Plays, Inc.; 20ct69; DFTl^O. 

HERE COMES PIXIE, a dramatic presenta- 
tion by Stewart J. & Lorraine R. 
Wolfe. 1 V. 4 recording scripts. 
Prom the book. Contents: Pixie on a 
picnic. — Pixie In the pet shop. — 
The birthday party. — Bubbles for 
Pixie. NM: adaptation. © Stewart 
& Lorraine Enterprises, solely owned 
by Stewart J. Wolfe & Lorraine R. 
Wolfe; 7Nov69; C22346. 

HERE COMES THE GROOM, THE DRUNKEN BUM, 
a romantic comedy in three acts by 
Orvar Arne Rosengren. 103 1- 
© Orvar Arne Rosengren; 200ct69; 
DU75621. 

THE HERITAGE, by Alan Mainzinger. 
151 1. A play in 3 acts. © Alan 
Mainzinger; 130ct69; DU75584. 

HERITAGE OF THE HILLS; written, direct- 
ed & produced by Delilah M. Cook 
Frazler. 1 v. Includes lyrics to 
1 song. © Delilah M. Cooke Frazier; 
70ct69; C2226O. 

HERO; episode 1 by Harold Dessler. 
47 p. A screenplay. © Harold 
Dessler; 13Aug69; DU75461. 

HEROIC CHILDREN. See 
CHAYIMKE. 

HERSCHEL WEISS, by William W. Davis & 
Kenneth Luchs. 7S I. A screenplay. 
© Kenneth S. Luchs & William W. Davis; 
25Nov69; DU75854. 

HERSHELE OSTROPOLIER: KING OP THE 

PAUPERS, by Adele Schneider Margolin. 
104 p. Two acts. © Adele Schneider 
Margolin; 23F3b65; DP7062. 

THE HERSHEY CYCLE; screenplay by Ella 
Welnbach i Arnold Lav. 77 1 

DUTS-ZS?"^^""""^ * '*'""°" ^"J 310ct69; 



HEY OUT THERE, IS THERE ANYONE OUT 
THERE? An original one act play by 
Elaine Grudin Denholtz. 29 1. 
© Elaine Grudin Denholtz; 300ct69; 
DU75713. 

HI THERE. I'M YOUR KOOL KOLA KITTY. 

See 

PEGGY, 
HIDDEN IN THE ROCKS. See 

A WORLD OF CHANGE. 

HIDE AND SEEK, a play in two movements 
by Joan Prideaux. 42 1. © Joan 
Prideaux; 6Nov69; DU75746. 

HIGH TIDE (Quand la maree monte) By 
Anton Van de Water. 87 1. A 
screenplay. © Van de Water Films, 
Ltd.; IIJUI69; DU74756. 

HIGHER EDUCATION, a serio-comic fantasy 
in three acts by Lee Scogglns. 76 1. 
© Lee Scogglns; 22Aug69; DU75185. 

HIGHWAY SYSTEMS. See 
TRANSPORTATION TODAY. 

THE HIJACKER, a play In 2 acts by 

L. & M. Bush-Fekete. Ill 1. 

© L. & M. Bush-Fekete; 22Dec69; 

DU75987. 
HILGE'S FORUM, by John M. Keeven. 

91. A play. © John Michael Keeven; 

150ct69; DU75597. 

A HILL OF SKULLS, a play in three acts 
by Lee Sutton. 1 v. © Lee Sutton; 
15Dec69; DU75952. 

THE HIP SQUEEZE; writers, Ernest Burt 
& others. Sheet. Recitation. 
© Ernest Burt, Desiree Burt, Barbara 
Burt & Clarence Coulter; 13May69; 
0223 12. 

HISS, a play In three acts by Tom Del 
Vecchlo (Thomas Del Vecchio) 1 v. 
© Thomas (Tom) Del Vecchlo; l8jul69; 
DU74889. 

HISTORIOGRAPHY 1-A. 15 1. Dialog. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt . San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; 19Dec69; C22470. 

HISTORY AND CULTURE. See 

SEEING ARGENTINA, PARAGUAY & 
URUGUAY. 

A HISTORY OF EAGLES, by Jack Selby. 
1 V. A musical play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Jack Louis 
Selby; 26Jun69; DU74694. 

HISTORY OF THE BIG BOARD, by Ed Cooper. 
3 1. Lecture. Appl. author: Upjohn 
Co., employer for hire. © Upjohn Co.; 
25Sep69; C22186. 

HISTORY OF THE TWO-STEP TEST. 5 1. 
Appl. author: Upjohn Co. ® Upjohn 
Co.; lAug69; C22034 . 

HOKUM, by Sean Patrick Vincent. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Professional 
Men, Ltd.; 200ct69; DU75645. 

HOLE IN ONE. See 

SCRIPT FOR TELEVISION GOLF GAME, HOLE 
IN ONE. 

THE HOLLOW MEN, a black interpretation 
by Sylvia Burrell Hampton. 1 v. A 
musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
® Sylvia Burcell Hampton; 10Jul69; 
DU74725. 

HOME FOR CHRISTMAS, an original play 
written & adapted for church groups 
by Lloyd Dull. 7 1. Three scenes. 
© Lloyd W. Dull; 25Nov69; DU75856. 

HOMECOMING. See 
LE RETOUR. 

HOMER AND VIRGIL: CONCEPTS OP THE 
HEROIC, a lecture by Carol L. Walsh. 
24 1. O Carol L. Walsh (Mrs. John H. 
Walsh); 29Sep69; C22248. 



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HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY; or. We only 
want to help you. A documentary in 
play form by Barry Litvack. 23 1. 
© Barry Litvack; 24Sep69; DU75452. 

HONEY SAM, by Tonl Alexander (Vivian 
Marguerite Alexander) 27 1. © Vivian 
Marguerite (Toni) Alexander; 220ct69; 
DU7565I. 
THE HONG KONG FLU. 5 1. Appl. author: 
Upj'ohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; lAugSg; 
C 2204 6. 

HONWEUR DE DIEU. See 
BECKET. 

HONOR FARM; or, Rooke ' s folly. An 
original melodrama by Nerval 0. 
Johnson. 26 1. Two acts. 
© Nerval 0. Johnson; 270ct69; DU75667. 

HOORAY FOR THE CRAZY PEOPLE, a highly 
improbable & ridiculous farce-comedy- 
fantasy-drama in three acts by Manny 
Roth (Manuel L. Roth) 212 1. 
© Manuel L. Roth; lJul69; DU74676. 

HOPSCOTCH ANYBODY? A comedy in three 
acts by Ted Cottrell. 1 v. © Ted 
Cottrell; 8Sep69; DU75288. 

HORIZONS IN IMMUNOLOGY. 2 1. Appl. 
author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; 
lAug69; 0220^5. 

A HOSTAGE TO THE PAST, A CHALLENGE TO 
THE FUTURE; address delivered before 
the Literary Society, Saturday, 
October 18, I969, by Armlstead 
Peter 5d. 54 1. ® Armlstead 
Peter 3d; 19Nov69; C22370. 

THE HOUSE, a play about evil, a tragedy 
of blood by Don Braswell. 117 1. 
Three acts. Includes lyrics to 1 
song. S Don Merton Braswell; 
lJul69; DU74678. 

HOUSE OF ha; By Fred Malo a.k.a. 

DiMaio. 26 1. Script. © Fred Maio 
a.k.a. DlMalo; 10Nov69; C22386. 

HOUSE OP JUDAH AND ISRAEL, by Donivan 
James. Sheet. Sermon. © Donivan 
James; 17Nov69; C22420. 

HOUYmOlMS, TAPE 7-8. See 
GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. 

HOW BOOTS BEFOOLED THE KING, by Howard 
Pyle & Susan R. Hinkel . 17 1. A mu- 
sical play In 9 scenes. Based on a 
story of the same name. Book S: lyrics 
only. ® Susan R. Hinkel; l6Jal69; 
DU74728. 

HOW CAN YOU TURN YOUR BACK? A play by 
David A. Seiffer. 1 v. © David A. 
Seiffer; 14Jul69; DU7485O. 

HOW COME YOU DO ME LIKE YOU DO? By 
Dale Bilek. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
® Dale Bilek; 21Nov69; Dli75839. 

HOW DO I KNOW I LOVE YOU IF MY GENITALS 
DON'T RESPOND ON TIME. See 
REMEMBER THE ALAMO. 

HOW MANY HERRINGS IN A WHEELBARROW? 
By Bill Keenan. 19 1. (Batman, B-5) 
Appl. author: National Periodical 
Publications, Inc., employer for hire. 
© National Periodical Publications, 
Inc.; 10Apr68; DP7094 . 

HOW MOSES TIED HIS ASS TO A TREE AND 
WALKED ON INTO JERUSALEM. See 
THE PROMETHEUS MATTER. 

HOW ONE TURNED HIS TROUBLE TO SOME AC- 
COUNT, by Howard Pyle & Susan R. 
Hinkel. 16 1. A musical play in 5 
scenes. Based on a story of the same 
name. Book & lyrics only. © Susan R. 
Hlnkelj l6Jul69; DU74729. 

HOW SPORTS BINGO CAN PROMOTE YOUR PROD- 
UCT, a lecture by P. Patrick Wilson. 
■1 V. © F. Patrick Wilson: 17Dec69: 
022458. 



HOW THE AD MAN SAVED THE SITUATION. 

TELEVISION SOCIETY. 

HOW TO COMMIT SANCTIFYING GRACE, an 

Irish Catholic comedy in three acts 

by J. Stafford Smith. 94 1. 

© James Stafford Smith; 130ct69; 

DU75577. 
HOW TO DEVELOP A MARKETING PLAN, by 

Alvin R. Haerr. 1 v. Script. Appl. 

states prev. reg. 5Sep67, C19847. 

HM: additions. © Alvin R. Haerr; 

15Sep69; C22148. 

HOW TO GET AHEAD IN THE ARMY. See 
SPLIT, PERSONALITY. 

HOW TO RETURN A STOLEN LOVESEAT. See 
TAKE IT BACK, TAKE IT BACK. 

HOW TO SURVIVE JUST IN CASE THE BOMB 
DOESN'T DROP, an original screenplay 
by Ben Schlossberg, Jr. 126 1. 
Book & lyrics only. ® Ben 
Schlossberg, Jr.; 10Jul69; DU74807. 

HOW'D YOU LIKE A BOY FOR CHRISTMAS, a 
musical play in three acts; music by 
Mildred G. Rasey; script & lyrics by 
Val Call. 1 V. ® Val Call & 
Mildred G. Rasey; 3Nov69; DU75731. 

HUMAN BEINGS, by Tony Giarmo. 10 1. 
A play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Tony Giarmo; 9Jun69; DU74681, 

HUMAN GROWTH AND UNDERSTANDING; tape 
scripts. 1 V. 6 scripts. Appl. 
author: Imperial International Learn- 
ing. © Imperial International Learn- 
ing; 27Aug69; C 22245. 

HUMBUG, a Yankee musical; book & lyrics 
by James Keeler Morgan. 1 v. Two 
acts. ® James Keeler Morgan; l8Aug69; 
DU75728. 

HUNCHBACK OP NOTRE DAME. See 
QUASIMODO. 

THE HUNGARIAN REVOLUTION; narrated by 
Bela K. Kiraly. 37 1. © Bela 
Kalman Kiraly; 29Sep69; C22249. 

HUNGER. See 

THE SILVER POXES ARE DEAD. 

THE HUNTRESS, a screenplay by Zack W. 
Burkett. 33 1. © Zack W. Burkett; 
2ON0V69; DU75797. 

HURRAY FOR OUR SIDE; created by Donald 
F. Schipske & Betty Gay Russell. 
1 v. A screenplay in two serials. 
© Donald F. Schipske & Betty Gay 
Russell; 22May69; DU74752. 

HURRY NOT TOMORROW; written by Michael 
Leppold, pseud, of James Michael 
Dougherty; co-writer, Earle Williams, 
pseud, of William Earle Leppold; 
edited by Earle Williams. 80 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © James Michael 
Dougherty & William Earle Leppold; 
l8Dec69; DU75962. 

HURRY UP, SATURDAY, a comedy by 
Desmond Hall. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Desmond Hall; 24jul69; DU74939. 

HYMIE, THE JEWISH COWBOY, by Prank E. 

Mazzone. 76 1. A play. © Frank E. 

Mazzone; 17Sep69; DU75374 . 
HYPERBARIC OXYGEN. 3 1. Recording 

script. Appl. author: Upjohn Co. 

©Upjohn Co.; llAug69; C22082. 

HYPNOSIS, FACT OR FICTION, a lecture- 
demonstration course about hypnosis 
designed for adult education type 
classes by Leslie B. Mathews, Jr. 
1 V. © Leslie B. Mathews, Jr.; 
aAug69; C 22174. 

THE HYPNOTHERAPIST, by C . Y. Lee. 
94 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© C. Y. Lee; 29Aug69; DU75236. 



I 



I, A STOCK BROKER (Red, white & blue) 
Pt- 1-2. An original screenplay by 
Al Barkow. 147 1. © Al Barkow: 
25 Jul 69; DU74945. 

I AM ELISABET, a play about Elisabet 
Ney by Ellen Garwood. 1 v. Three 
acts. Based in part on Two romantics, 
by Vernon Loggins. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 20Mar67, DU68589. NM: revision 
S: addition. © Ellen Garwood: 20ct69: 
DU75489. 

I AM INSANE, by Jeffry R. Mayer. Sheet. 
Recitation. © Jeffry R. Mayer; 
90c t69; C22266. 

I BELIEVE I SEE THE LIGHT; words & 
music by Ric Evans (Richard S. 
Evans) Sheet. © Gusto Music; 
llAug69; C22117. 

I CAN DIG IT; words & music by Vee Pea, 
pseud, of Virginia Bland, & Mamie P., 
pseud, of Mamie Davis. Sheet. 
© Kama Sutra Music, Inc.; 23Jul69; 
C22118. 

I CAN'T COME TO YOU TODAY. See 
DZI^ DO CIEBIE PRZYjSc NIE MOGE. 

I DIG BLEECKER STREET, a play by 
George Salvatore. 109 1. Three 
acts. © George Salvatore; 22Jul69; 
DU7491O. 

I DON'T KNOW; written by Jeff Mayer 
(Jeffry Roderick Mayer) Sheet. 
® Jeff Mayer; 8Dec69; C22-410. 

I DREAMT I DWELT IN BLOOMI NGDALE ' S , 
an absurd rock fable by Jack Ramer; 
music by Ernest McCarty. 1 v. 
2 acts . © Jack Ramer & Ernest 
McCarty; 270ct69; DU75701. 

IFR CLEARANCE SHORTHAND, SECTION A-B, 
by Sanderson Films. 2 v. Scripts of 
disc recorded narrations to be repro- 
duced as educational lectures. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1962, C15486 & 
15489. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Sanderson Films, Inc.; 20c t69; 
C22273-22274. 

I GIVE IT SIX MONTHS. See 

AS YOUNG AS YOU FEEL. 
I HEARD ONE PERSON, by William Wood. 

1 V. A play in 2 acts. © William H. 

Wood; l8Sep69; DU75596. 

I HOPE THERE WILL BE LIGHT AGAIN, an 
original play by Clifford Doyl 
Harper. 71 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Clifford Doyl Harper; 12Aug69; 
DU75088. 

I KNOW THE COP ON 49TH AND MADISON, a 
play by Paul Dexter. 107 1. © Paul 
Dexter; 3IJUI69; DU75013. 

I LIVE ALONE; words & music by Rod 

McKuen. 2 1. Appl. states background 
music prev. pub. NM: spoken narra- 
tion. © Editions Chanson Co.; 
7Aug69; C22090. 

I LOVE JESUS, by Lawrence Roberts. 
2 1. © Herman Lubinsky d.b.a. 
Planemar Music Co.; 15Aug69; C22178. 

I NEVER LFI MY SON SING TO ME. See 
WHO'S THAT KNOCKING. 

I SMELL THE BLOOD OF AN ENGLISHMAN; 
screenplay by Richard McCracken; 
original story by Bernard 
Hlrschenson. 124 1. © Orfeo 
Productions, Inc.; 24jul69; DU74940. 

I SPY. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

I WANT TO WALK TO SAN FRANCISCO. See 
THE ELEVATOR PLAY, AND I WANT TO 
WALK TO SAN FRANCISCO. 

ICE FISHING. 4 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn 
Co.; llAug69; C22083. 



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IF AMY OF YOU KNOW CAUSE, by Victor B. 
Miller. 69 1. A play. © Victor B. 
Miller; 50Dec69; DU76OO7. 

IF ANYONE ASK YOU WHO I AM; sermon by 
Roy E. Easley. "t 1. © Roy E. Easley; 
15Dec69; C22439. 

IF NOTHING'S LOST, a play with music 
by Naomi B. Sheldon. Sit 1. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Naomi B. 
Sheldon; 170c t69; DU7564lt. 

IF SHERLOCK HOMES WERE A WOMAN; a 
comedy in one act for seven girls by 
Tim Kelly. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
30 p. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 51Jul69; 
DP7073. 

IF THAT'S WHERE IT'S AT, BABY, I'M NOT 
GOING, a full-length comedy by David 
Rogers. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
105 p. 5 acts. © David Rogers; 
29Aug69; DP7087. 

IF YOU CAN COME UP WITH A TITLE FOR 
THIS YOU WILL WIN MY ADMIRATION, a 
play in one act by Rudd Rayfield 
(Rutherford Rayfield) 16 1. 
© Rutherford Rayfield; llAug69; 
DU75081. 

IF YOU CLIMB A TREE, BRING ME BACK A 
COW See 

SI TU GRIMPES A L'ARBRE, RAPPORTE-MOI 
UNE VACHE. 

IF YOU HAVE FRIENDS, YOU DON'T NEED 
ENEMIES, a vignette series by Max 
Perks (William Langer, pseud.) 2 v. 
© Max Perks; 19Aug69; DU7515't. 

ILEOSTOMY APPLIANCE APPLICATION AND 
PROTECTIVE SKIN CARE, by Shirlee Ann 
Perkins. 2 1. © Shirlee Ann 
Perkins; lAug69; C22035. 

I'LL BE WAITING, DARLING; original 
story and screenplay by Emil Burke. 
50 p. ® Emil Burke; 29Sep69; DU75'*63- 

I'LL GET MY MAN, a farce by Philip 
King. London, New York, S. French. 
91 p. (French's acting edition) 
rnree acts. © Philip King; 
30Dec68; DF2008. 

I'LL TICKLE YOU WITH A FEATHER: A 
TREATISE ON PLEASURE AND PAIN, by 
Barry Litvack. 17 1. A play. 
© Barry Litvack; 7Jul69; DU7ft775. 

I'LL WALK BESIDE YOU, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Sarah Davidson. 52 1. © Sarah David- 
son; 60ct69; DU75520. 

I'M GETTING BACK ON MY FEET AGAIN; 
motion picture shooting script by 
Richard M. Billow. 59 1. Forty-five 
scenes. © Richard M. Billow; 
l4Aug69; DU75107. 

I'M GONNA PUNCH HIM IN THE NOSE. See 
[TWO VOICE PLYMOUTH ROADRUNNER RADIO 
CAMPAIGN: I'M GONNA PUNCH HIM IN THE 
NOSE] 



I'M TALKING ABOUT JERUSALEM. See 
JE PARLE DE JERUSALEM. 

II«OE OF SUCCESS; writer, June Eshelman. 
1 V. Fllmstrip script, ti Graphic 
Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; C22251. 

IMAGINING GANDHI, a three-act play by 
Michael Wilkes. 68 1. © Michael 
Wilkes; 13Aug69; DU75098. 

THE IMMIGRANT, a play in three acts by 
Harola Cebulskl. 1 v. O Harcla 
Cebulskl; 10Nov69; DU75770. 

IMPERIAL AMERICA; scenes of contemporar;^ 
life by Robert A. Jacobs. 82 1. 
© Robert A. Jacobs; 3Dec69; DU75825. 

THE IMPERSONATOR, a play by Jim Magnuson 
(James Magnuson) ^ 1. Two acts. 
C James Magnuson; 2Jul69; DU7'J715. 



THE IMPLACABLE FOWLER, a play in 3 

acts on Mahatma Gandhi by Dina Mehta . 
179 !• © Dina Mehta; 20Aug69; 
DU75I56. 

THE IMPORTANCE OF HEREDITY AND EUGENICS 
IN FAMILY PLANNING. 12 1. Appl. au- 
thor: Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 15Dec69; 022446. 

IMPROMPTU. See 

THE ONE ACT PLAY. 
IN A SMALL COLLEGE TOWN, by H. T. 

Ferris. 93 1. A play in 2 acts. 

© Harry T. Ferris; 30Sep69; DU75501. 

IN AUTUMN, by Eloise Greenfield. 4 1. 
A musical play. Book only. © Eloise 
G. Greenfield; 3Dec69; DU75950. 
IN DEFENSE OF DONALD FINNAKY, by 
Natalie Lubin. 59 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Natalie Lubin; 22Aug69; 
DU75177. 

IN MEACHAM ROAD, a play in one act by 
Jon Cloud van Leuven. 25 1. © Jon 
Cloud van Leuven; 3Sep69; DU75265. 

IN PLACE OF A GAME, a play by Matthew 
Jones, pseud, of J. F. Adkins. 149 1. 
Three acts. © J. F. Adkins; l^Octeg: 
DU75589. 

IN ROME BY CADILLAC, by Carmelo Gariano. 
117 1. A screenplay. © Carmelo Gari- 
ano; 8Dec69; DU75912. 

IN SEARCH OF THE PENINSULA; script 
written by Ron Arnold (Ronald H. 
Arnold) 13 1. © Sierra Club; 
150ct69; C22307. 

IN THE BAR OF A TOKYO HOTEL, by 
Tennessee Williams. Acting ed. 
Dramatists Play Service. 45 p. Two 
pt. © Tennessee Williams; 150ct69; 
DP7148. 

IN THE BEGINNING, by Graham Edge. 
Sheet. Recitation. ® Ark Music, 
Ltd.; 17Sep59; C22271. 

IN THE RIGHT HAND OF GOD THE FATHER; 
folk play in two acts by Enrique 
Buenaventura; translated by William 
I. Oliver. 68 1. © William I. 
Oliver; 4Aug69; DU75'*l8. 

IN THE THIRD FINGER OF THE STATUE OF 
LIBERTY, an original screenplay by 
Michael Ross, pseud, of Isadore 
Rovinsky. 93 1. © Michael Ross; 
IOJUI69; DU74809. 

INCORPORATING THE ONE-MAN DOCTOR 

PRACTICE, by Howard R. Cohen. 11 1. 
© Howard R. Cohen; I4jul69; C21971. 

THE INCREDIBLE YEAR. 21 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Columbia 
Broadcasting System, Inc. NM: 
additions & compilation. ® Columbia 
Broadcasting System, Inc.; 10ct69; 
022253 . 

INDEXES, by Violet Priestley. 13 1. 
Fllmstrip script. © Violet Priestley 
d.b.a. Library Fllmstrip Center; 
8Dec69; C22426. 

INDUCTION, a play in one act by Mike 

Rosen, pseud, of Frank Steinkellner. 

7 1. © Frank Steinkellner; 14Aug69; 

DU75109. 
INDUSTRIAL SAFETY. See 

(BASIC MACHINE SHOP PRACTICES] 

INDUSTRIALIZATION AND THE HOMOGENIZATION 
OF INTERNATIONAL CULTURE, by William 
T. Daly. 35 1. Lecture. © William 
T. Daly; 23May69; C219'l7 . 
INDUSTRY AND TRADE. See 

SEEING ARGENTINA, PARAGUAY & 
URUGUAY. 
INEZ, a play by Melvln Lacy Scott. 
'4U 1. Two acts. O Melvln Lacy 
Scott; l}Oct69; DU75583. 



THE INFERTILE COUPLE. 4 1. Appl. 
author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; 
lAug69; C22047. 

THE INFINITE MONKEY; story and screen- 
play by Robert M. Gamble. 91 1. 
© Robert M. Gamble; 10ct69; ^75*^79. 

INFOCORD AUDIO- TOUR, PASADENA, by Wil- 
liam D. Green. Pt.l: Pasadena, San 
Marino, Arcadia. Recording script. 
© B. G. & E. Enterprises; 20Nov69; 
022575 . 

THE INHERITANCE, a one act play by 
d'Arcy Albertsen (Dorothea Louise 
Albertsen) 19 1- © d'Arcy Albert- 
sen; l8Sep69; DU75597. 

INSIDE A TOURNAMENT GOLFER. 5 1. Appl. 
author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; 
lAug69; C22059. 

INSTANT MIX, by C. Ace W. Jones. Sheet. 
© C. W. Jones; 29Deo69; C22482. 

THE INSURANCE MAN, by Jo Gibson Sc Junior 
Samples. Sheet. Recitation. © Peach 
Music, Inc.; 7Nov69; C22416. 

INSURRECTION ON CAMPUS, by William 
Katz. 81. A monologue. © William 
Katz; 80ct69; C22255. 

AN INTENSE STUDY OF THE CURTAIN, a one 
act play by Ben Earle (Charles B. 
Earle) 16 1. © Charles B. Earle: 
9 Jul 69; DU74794. 

THE INTERIM, a play in 1 act by Jay 
Anuskiewicz (James M. Anuskiewicz) 
1 V. Appl. states prev. reg. l6Aug68, 
DU72198. NM: revision & addition. 
© Jay Anuskiewicz; 7Jul69; DU74769. 

INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS: FAMILY AND 
CHILD. 9 1. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt . San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 15Dec69; C22452. 

INTER PLANETARY TRAVEL OUT OF CONCERT 
WITH OUR SOLAR SYSTEM AT 504,000 
MILES PER HOUR WHILE WAITING, a 
lecture by Walter Melllnger, Sr. 
91. © Walter Sylvester Melllnger, 
Sr. & Walter Sylvester Melllnger, Jr.; 
29JUI69; C22010. 

THE INTERROGATION, an agit-prop skit 
about the Vietnamese war by Leonard 
Horwitz. 11 1. © Leonard Horwltz; 
150c t69; DU7557't. 

INTERVERTEBRAL DISC DISEASE. 9 1. 
Appl. author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn 
Co.; 150ct69; C22295 . 

INTER-VIEW. Pt.l-16. 1 V. Script. 
Appl. author: Pathways Educational 
Programs, Inc. © Pathways Educational 
Programs, Inc.; 25Sep69; C22255 . 

INTERVIEWING A TEACHER CANDIDATE; 
script for interview training tape 
by William Abbott & others. 12 1. 
© William Abbott, John Downey, John 
Adams, Richard May, Ella Mingolelli 
& Dave Parks; 2Jul69; C22262. 

AN INTRODUCTION OF INSTRUMENTS. See 
SYMPHONIC THEMES. 

INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE LESSONS. See 
SCIENCE. 

INTRODUCTION TO THE PLAY, by Robert W. 
Boynton & Maynard Mack. New York, 
Hayden Book Co. 586 p. (Hayden 
series In literature) NM: additional 
text & compilation. © Hayden Book 
Co., Inc.; 2Jan6q; AR'^'^n? 

INVENTION OF FIRE, a screenplay by Hack 
Emsellem. 45 1. © Mack Emsellem; 
15Aug69; DU75099. 

INVESTMENT BANKING OPERATIONS. Lec- 
tures. Appl. author: Career Academy, 
Inc. © Career Academy, Inc. 
Pt. 

1-2. 2 V. O 19Aug69; C22111, 22109. 
5. 1 V. © 20Aug69! C22112. 
U-5, 1 V. C 21Aug69; C22116. 



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113 



INVESTMENT INSANITY, by Paul B. Licht- 

man. 1 v. Monolog. ® Paul Bernhard 

Llchtman; 8Jul69; C2194 2. 
INVINCIBLE, a play by Daniel Curley. 

52 1. © Daniel Curley; 60ct69; 

DU75687 . 

INVINCIBLE LOUISA, by Claire G. Miller 
& Selraa R. Brody; music by H. David- 
son. 1 V. Recording script. Based 
on the book of the same title by Cor- 
nelia Meigs. © Newbery Award Records, 
Inc.; 8Dec69; DU75909. 



INVITATION TO SHAKESPEARE. 
HAMLET. 



See 



IRA ALDRIDGE. 10 1. Appl. author: 
Cultural History Research, Inc. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; lAug69; C22286. 

IRISH DRAMA SERIES. See 
THE BENDING OF THE BOUGH. 

IRISH PLAY SERIES. See 
THE END OF MRS. OBLONG. 

THE IRON SHOE; original screenplay by 
George Burrafato & Margo Dolgin, 
56 1. ® George Robert Burrafato & 
Margo Dolgin; 30Jul69; DU75025. 

IS HAPPINESS TOO MUCH TO EXPECT? By 

Gene Emmet Clark. 9 1. Lecture. 

© Gene Emmet Clark; 15Aug69; C22101. 
IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE? An 

original play by Ben Wagman. 1 v. 

Three acts. ® Ben Wagman; 25Sep69; 

DU75t59. 

THE ISLAND, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Heri- 
berto Jusino. 50 1. © Heriberto 
Jusino; 7Jul69; DU7'i829. 

IT HAPPENED IN MALIBU. See 

PEGGY. 
IT MAY SMELL, BUT IT'S SWELL, a farce 

In three acts by H. J. Plncus. 1 v. 

© Herbert Julius Plncus; 22Dec69; 

DU75985. 

IT WAS JUST A LOVE AFFAIR, an original 
story written by James E. Brown; 
developed into screenplay with Eddie 
Rio Writers Lab. JO 1. ® James E. 
Brown; 22Jul69; DU7'*911. 
IT WAS SO LONG AGO AND YET; or. The 
case is yours, Mr. D.A. A play by 
Ilya Motyleff , 1 v. Three acts. 
® Ilya Motyleff; 50Jun69; DU74748. 

ITALY, a script for oral delivery of a 
narrative that accompanies a series 
of color slides by Julian & Irene H. 
Kahn. 26 1. © Julian Kahn; 25Sep69; 
C22256. 

IT'S A PLEASURE TO HAVE KNOWN YOU, 
COUNT RAZIMOVSKY; DO COME AGAIN, a 
comedy in three acts by Steve Hansen. 
196 1. © Steve Hansen; 23Jul69; 
DU74934 . 

IT'S FUN TO DIET, EATING MINISERVINGS , 
an unpublished lecture by Emanuel 
Goldberger. 10 1. © Emanuel Gold- 
berger; 500ct69; C223U3. 

IT'S ME, MAN; original musical by Mary 
Allton. 1 V. Two acts. ® Mary 
Allton; 250ct69; DU75652. 

IT'S NATURAL. ISN'T IT? A play by 
Marjorie Appleman. 19't 1. Three 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. I968. 
NM: revisions. © Marjorie Appleman; 
13Aug69; DU75136. 
IT'S WORTH YOUR WILE; A musical; 
book & lyrics by Bill Margaretten. 
1 V. 2 acts. Libretto. Based on 
The miser, by Moliere . © Bill 
Margaretten; 5Jul69; DU74700. 

IT'S YOUH BABY, a play in three acts 
by Andrew Bro. 178 1. © Andrew H. 
Bro; 12Nov69; DU75684. 



IT'S YOUR SECRET. See 
THE SOLVERS. 

I'VE GOT A THEORY, a musical play in 
four acts by Ada & Montmorency de 
Villlers. Microfilm. ® Montmorency 
de Villlers & Ada de Villlers; 
l6Sep69; DU75578. 

IVORY TOWER, a play in three acts by 
Jerome Weidman & James Yaffe. 
Dramatists Play Service. 82 p. 
® Jerome Weidman & James Yaffe; 
210ct69; DP71't2. 

IZZY, by Patricia Gleeson. Sheet. 
© Patricia Gleeson; l8jul69; C2198lt. 



J 



JBA, a drama In two acts by Annabelle 
Farmelant. 51 1. © Annabelle 
Farmelant; 29Jul69; DU74987. 

JC, a three-act play by Don Shepherd 
fDonald L. Shepherd) & Steve Ross 
(Steven Ross) 98 1. ® Donald L. 
Shepherd & Steven Ross; 60ct69; 
DU75523. 

J. P. GREENWAY CONVENTION MANAGEMENT 
SPEECH. 1 V. Appl. author: Renn 
Enterprises, Ltd. © Renn Enterprises, 
Ltd.; 6Nov69; C22356. 

JABONGO, a play by Robert Unger. 
57 1. © Robert L. Unger; 4Sep69; 
DU75799. 

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, a musical 
adaptation; book by Harvey Brock & 
Elenore Parker; music & lyrics by 
Harvey Brock. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Harvey Brock & Elenore Parker; 
22Aug69; DU75237. 

JAEDA, a narrative choral for the read- 
ing theatre by Ellsworth Harold 
Schave. 51 1. © Ellsworth Harold 
Schave, Jr.; 28Nov69; C22390. 

JAMIE AND THE NINE THREE HUNDRED, a 
play in three acts by Clifford 
Browder. 87 1. © Clifford H. 
Browder; 17Nov69; DU75788. 

THE JANUS JOKE; before and after a 
voyage of undiscovery by Gary Munn. 
72 1. A play In 2 acts. ® Gary 
Munn; 30Sep69; DU75't97. 

JASPER NATIONAL PARK, COLUMBIA ICE- 
FIELD TO JASPER NATIONAL PARK. 
26 1. Tape recording script. Appl. 
author: Auto Tape Tours, Inc. Appl. 
ti.: Descriptive tour of Jasper 
National Park. ® Auto Tape Tours, 
Inc.; 8Aug69; C2206l. 

JASPER NATIONAL PARK, JASPER TOWNSITE 
TO MOUNT EDITH CAVELL. 30 1. 
Tape recording script. Appl. author: 
Auto Tape Tours, Inc. Appl. ti.: 
Descriptive tour of Jasper National 
Park. © Auto Tape Tours, Inc.; 
8Aug69; C 22060. 

.TE NE VEUX PAS MOURIR IDIOT, Chansons 
d'Evariste, by Wollnski & Confortes. 
[Paris] Jean Jacques Pauvert. 125 P- 
(Collection enragee) Two pt. NM: 
new text, compilation & illus. 
® Jean Jacques Pauvert; 30Dec68; 
DFO-I7OO. 

JE PARLE DE JERUSALEM (I'm talking about 
Jerusalem) Trilogle 3 de Arnold 
Wesker; traduit de 1' anglais par 
Philippe Leotard. [Paris] Galllmard. 
103 p. (Theatre du monde entier) 
Three acts. © on translation; 
Editions Galllmard; 30May69; DFO-I698. 

JEKVIL AMD HYDE ARE ALIVE AND WELL AND 
LIVING IN MY LAB. See 
THE DEVIL'S PAINTPOT. 



JENA; or. One man's family. Screen- 
play by Steven Harris. 96 1. 
© Steven Michael Harris; 25Jul69; 
DU7t9'*9. 

JESUS, a master scene screenplay by 
James Irons. 11*2 1. © James Irons; 
17Jul69; DU74882. 

JET SET; shooting script by Jay B. 
Rosenblatt. 4 1. © Jay B. Rosen- 
blatt; 200ct69; DU75613. 

JEW! By Harvey Perr. (In Collision 
course, by Edward Parone . New York, 
Random House, p. 67-71) ® Harvey 
Perr; 3Dec68; DP7048. 

JILL AROUND THE SUN, by David S. 

Meranze & Marc Alan Zagoren. 100 1. 
A screenplay. ® David S. Meranze & 
Marc Alan Zagoren; 24Sep69; DU75453 . 

JIMMY SHINE, a play by Murray Schisgal. 
1st ed. New York, Atheneum. I36 p. 
Two acts. ® Murray Schisgal; 
29Mar69; DP7022. 

A JIVE TIME FEATHER; originators, 

Linda E. Young & Clarence Young, III; 
script writer, Tatu R. Kenyatta, 
pseud, of Donald W. Curry. 5 1. 
A play in 6. scenes. ® Linda E. 
Young & Clarence Toung III; 22Jul69; 
DU7'+907. 

JOB ADAPTABILITY; writers, Hoffman & 
Healy. 1 v. Filmstrlp script. 
(Functional living series) ® Graphic 
Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; C22227. 

JOB APPLICATION LETTER AND RESUME; 
writer, Marita Kasper. 1 v. Film- 
strip script. © Graphic Research, 
Inc.; 7Aug69; C22211. 

JOB APPLICATION SOURCES; writer, Marita 
Kasper. 1 v. Filmstrlp script. 
© Graphic Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; 
C22214. 

JOB PLANNING. See 

[BASIC MACHINE SHOP PRACTICES] 

JOCASTA, a one act drama by Marjorie 
Mueller Freer. 2't 1. ® Marjorie 
Mueller Freer; 30Jul69; DU7'^99'^. 

JOGGING IT, BABY, a modern burlesque 
by Bert Katz (Bertram Katz) 31 1- 
® Bertram Katz; l4jul69; DU7't845. 

JOHNNY ON THE PONY, a screenplay by 
Morton Lewis. 38 1. ® Morton Lewis; 
200ct69; DU65618. 

JONATHAN; A musical play in two acts 
suggested by characters in the novel 
Jonathan Wild, by Henry Fielding; 
book & lyrics by Alan Rlefe; music 
by Robert Haymes. 120 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Alan Rlefe & Robert 
Haymes; I4jul69; DU7't894. 

JOURNEY TO A BEGINNING, an original 
full-length play by Paul G. Ramirez. 
123 1. Three acts. © Paul G. 
Ramirez; 28jul69; DU74979. 
THE JOURNEY TO PRETORIA, a play about 
the young Mohandas K. Gandhi by 
Patty Gideon Sloan. 125 1- 
3 acts. ® Patty Gideon Sloan; 
25Aug69; DU75202. 

A JOURNEY TO THE MOON DREAM, by The 
Committee, pseud, of Bert Havens, Jr. 
1 v. A play. ® Bert Havens, Jr.; 
l60ct69; DU75663. 

JOY, a dramatic comedy in three acts by 
Dana Kent Mooring. I26 1. ® Dana 
Kent Mooring; l6sep69; DU75342. 

JULIA, by Mary Anne Hess. 22 1. 

A play. © Mary Anne Hess; 25Sep69; 
DU75386 . 

JUNIOR PLAYS FOR ALL OCCASIONS, a 
collection of royalty-free, one act 
plays for children by Mildred Hark 
& Noel McQueen. Boston, Plays, Inc. 
576 p. NM: additional text & edito- 
rial revision. ® Mildred Hark 
McQueen; 22Aug69; A91539- 



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JUNIOR'S LOVE LIFE, by Junior Samples. 
5 1. Dialog. ® Peach Music, Inc.; 
7Nov69; 022418. 

JUST CALL ME CHARLIE; screenplay & 
story by William Kraus. 1 v. 
® William Kraus; 3Nov69; DU75735 . 

JUST LIKE SPACE, a short, musically 
narrated dramatico-musical composi- 
tion in one act by Judy Reisman 
(Judith Ann Reisman) 7 1. © Judith 
Ann Reisman; 12Nov69; DU75816. 

JUSTICE CAIN, by Will Denmark. 103 1. 
A screenplay. © J. C. Productionsj 
200c t 69; DU7563O. 



K 



THE KAPETAN, by Constantine Katsanos. 
95 1. A" screenplay. ® Constantine 
Katsanos; 12Sep69; DU75329. 

KAPIOLANI, a Hawaiian drama in two acts 
by Dorothy C. Baker. 62 1. 
© Dorothy C. Baker; 30ct69; DU75821. 

KARATE AND JIU-JITSU SELF-DEFENCE TECH- 
NIQUES FOR THE HANDICAPPED, by Howard 
& Philip Umansky. 1 v. S Howard 
Umansky & Philip Umansky; 13Nov59; 
C22362. 

KEEP RUNNING, MISSISSIPPI; words & music 

by H. Sparkman, Jr. 2 1. Recitation. 

© Enate Niisic; 27Aug69; C22152. 
KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING, a revue of 

the decade of the 60 ' s by June E. 

Bassett. "tO 1. ® June E. Bassett; 

3Dec69; DU75892. 

KEPLER'S MOTHER WAS A WITCH. See 

CAT FOOD. 
THE KEY IS UNDER THE MAT, a play by 

Ben Rosenthal. 76 1. Two acts. 

© Ben Rosenthal; l8Sep69; DU75'^00. 

KHOREV, A TRAGEDY, by Aleksandr P. 
Sumarokov; translated by Raymond 
Fortune. 5'« 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Raymond Fortune; 31Jul69; DU75006. 

KILL THE VOLITALITy. See 
DR. SPORZA. Script no.1-. 

KILLER LEE, an original story & screen- 
play by Jack Abbat, pseud, of Jackie 
Lee Atbatlello. 132 1. © Jackie Lee 
Abbatlello; 300ct69; DU75711. 

KIMPS PLACE, original story and screen- 
play by Mrs. Willie Lee Nail. 30 1. 
© Mrs. Willie Lee Nail; toeceg; 
DU75898. 

KINDERGARTEN; story and screenplay by 
Richard Busch. 120 1. ® Richard 
Busch; 23JUI69; DU7't930. 

THE KING AND THE QUAKER, a play by 
Margaret Wood. London, New York, 
S. French. 22 p. (French's acting 
edition) © Samuel French, Ltd.; 
30Dec68; DFI995. 

KING HENFY THE SIXTH. See 

THE FIRST PART OP KINO HENRY THE 

SIXTH. 
THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY THE 

SIXTH . 
THE THIRD PART OF KING HENRY THE 

SIXTH. 

KING LEAR. See 

COMPLETE STUDY EDITION, KING LEAR. 

THE KING OF BROADWAY, a screenplay by 
Alen Robin. 1 v. © Alen Robin; 
30Dec69; DU76001. 

THE KING OF SCHNORRERS, a musical 
comedy in 2 acts; book by Shimon 
Wlncelberg, music by Bernard Herr- 
mann, lyrics by Diane Lampert. 1 v. 
From the book by Israel Zangwill. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 



prev. reg I968. NM: additions, 
revisions & lyrics. © Shimon 
Wlncelberg & Diane Lampert; 3Nov69; 
DU759t3. 

KING OF THE SEAS, FRANK FINNERTY, CHAM- 
PION SWIMMER OF THE WORLD, by Frank 
Finnerty. 8 1. Radio monolog. 
© Frank Finnerty; 2l*Nov69; 022^21. 

KING PHILIP, by Gary Martin. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. ® Gary Martin; 
l4jul69; DU74842. 

THE KINGDOM OF KIBALAKABOO, by Carl F. 
Brown 8: Marion R. Hodes. 1 v. Re- 
cording script. Book & lyrics only. 
© Instructo Corp.; 3Jul69; DU747't3. 

THE KISS, a short play by Thomas Tere- 
fenko. 22 1. © Thomas Terefenko; 
21Nov69; DU75834. 

KITCHEN ADVENTURES; writer, June Eshel- 
man. 1 v. Filmstrip script. 
® Graphic Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; 
C22212. 

KITTREDGE SHAKESPEARES. See 

THE FIRST PART OF KING HENRY THE 

SIXTH. 
THE MERRY WIVES OP WINDSOR. 
PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE. 

THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY THE 

SIXTH. 
THE THIRD PART OF KING HENRY THE 

SIXTH. 
THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN. 

DIE KLASSISCHE WITWE; Spiel in einem 
Akt von Max Christian Feller & 
Bernard Thleme, mit der Muslk von 
Jacques Offenbach. Hamburg, Ham- 
burger Musikverlag. 54 1. Book Ic 
lyrics only. © Hamburger Musik- 
verlag, G.M.B.H.; 29Dec68; DPO-1692. 

KNOCK, KNOCK; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 24 1. 
® Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2Jul69; C21898. 

KOUROS . See 
THREE PLAYS. 

THE KRESGE SPIRIT; recording script for 
S. S. Kresge Co. 15 1- © S. S. 
Kresge Co.; 2Jul69; C21921. 

KUMALIZA, a drama in three acts by 
C. L. Burton. 114 1. ® Clarence L. 
Burton; 70ct6g; DU75529. 

KUTNER BUICK, INC., by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. Sheet. Script. ® Cox & Tanz 
Advertising Agency; 290ct69; C22359. 



LABOR MANAGEMENT. See 
WHO'S THAT KNOCKING. 

LABORER, JUAN GARCIA. See 
EL OBRERO, JUAN GARCIA. 

LADY AND THE TIGER. See 
THE APPLE TREE. 

LAFFERTY CHEVROLET, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. Sheet. Script. © Cox & Tanz 
Advertising Agency; 290ct69; C22338. 

LAFFERTY CHEVROLET, by Eugene Robert 
Tanz. Sheet. Script. ® Cox t Tanz 
Advertising Agency;' 290ct69; C22340. 

LAND AND PEOPLE. See 

SEEING ARGENTINA, PARAGUAY & 
URUGUAY. 

LAND OF PROMISE, a play in one act by 
Fred Carmichael. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 20 p. ©Walter H. Baker Co.; 
25Nov69; DP? 185. 



LAND OF THE NIGER, a play by Howard 
Brown. I8 1. Six scenes. © Howard 
Brown; 12Aug69; DU75710. 

LAND OF THE SEA; prepared by Jerry 
Fairbanks Productions; writer, Leo S. 
Rosencrans. 53 !• Script. © Jerry 
Fairbanks Productions of California; 
25Aug69; C22198. 

LANDMARK TOUR TAPE 101, by Rosalie A. 
Strauss & Arme B. Morrison. 1 v. 
© Rosalie A. Strauss & Anne B. 
Morrison; 150ct69; C22508. 

LANDMARKS IN A DISCOVERER'S JOURNEY; 
written & produced by Robert A. 
Johnstone. Pt.l: Prologue years to 
discovery; pt.2: The founding and 
leading years. 1 v. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Longyear Foun- 
dation, employer for hire. © Long- 
year Foundation; 3Nov69; C22352. 

LANGUAGE USAGE SKILLS FOR UPPER GRADES, 
by Selma Greenberg &: Anita Gurian. 
1 V. Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 12Sep69; C22190. 

LARRY'S LAUNDROMAT, a new one-act 
musical comedy; story by Marilyn S. 
Miller; music by Chas. Averbook 
(Charles Jay Averbook) 1 v. 
© Charles Jay Averbook & Marilyn S. 
Miller; l6jul69; DU74877. 

LASER'S LESSONS, by Michael Lisowski 
vol.1: Life and health insurance. 
21 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
70ct69. NM: translation, adaptation, 
revision & additions. © Laser Dy- 
namics, Inc.; 12Nov69; C22360. 

LASERS UNLIMITED; prepared by Jerry 
Fairbanks Productions of California; 
writer, Robert Rosencrans. 1 v. 
(A Bell system science short) Script. 
© American Telephone & Telegraph Co.; 
25Aug69; C22196. 

■ME LAST ACT IS A SOLO, by Robert 
Anderson. 39 1. A play. ® Robert 
Woodruff Anderson; 22Jul69; DU74909. 

THE LAST FAST, a tragicomedy in one act 
by Patricia Carr Hagood. 48 1. 
® Patricia Carr Hagood; 4Aug69; 
DU75032. 

LAST GASPS, by Terrence McNally. 
1 V. A screenplay. © Terrence 
McNally; 300ct69; DU75619. 

THE LAST GREAT SONG OF GURNEY FOOTE, 
by Herman Raucher. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Herman Raucher; 
17Nov69; DU75786. 
THE LAST OF THE GREAT AUCTIONEERS, a 
play by Dean M. Regenos. I08 1. 
Three acts. © Dean M. Regenos; 
12Nov69; DU75815. 

THE LAST OF THE KINGS OF IRELAND, a 
play by Thomas Conklln. 96 1. Three 
acts. Appl. states prev, reg. 
15Sep67, DU69614. NM: revisions 
8c additions. © Thomas Conklln; 
10Nov69; DU75768. 

THE LAST OF THE LEAST, a play in one 
act by Paul Holmberg. 32 1. 
© Paul Holmberg; 6Nov69; DU75745 . 

THE LAST STRAW, a comedy in one act 
by Charles Dizenzo. 40 1. © Charles 
John Dizenzo; 24Nov69; DU75848. 

THE LAST SUMMER, by George P. McCallum. 
10 p. A play. © George P. McCallum; 
25Aug69; DU75197. 

THE LAST TEMPTATION, a play in 3 acts 
by Herbert Moulton. 67 1. 
© Herbert E. Moulton; 28Aug69; 
DU75226. 

THE LAST TO KNOW, a drama in one act by 
Eileen Woodward. 3I 1. ® Eileen 
May Woodward; 80ct69; EU75538. 



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LAST VOYAGE. See 
FOUR ONE ACT PLAY.",. 

LAS VEGAS WILL NEVER FORGET US. See 
PEGGY. 

LAUGHS J ETC, See 

STOP, YOU'RE KILLING ME. 

THE LAUNCHING PAD, by George Hayner, 
pseud, of Joseph B. Collins. 73 1. 
A play. © Joseph B. Collins; l60ct69; 
DU7562't. 

THE LAW AND ORDER MAN, by Marina Londis . 
71 1. A play in 2 acts. © Marina 
Londis; 4sep69; DU75'to4. 

LAW OF THE LAND. 24 V. Scripts in 
this series are by various authors. 
Appl. author: Barrister Productions, 
Inc. © Bankers Trust Co.; 2Jul69; 
C21935 . 

LAZARE. See 
THEATRE II. 

THE LEADER, a play by David Shellan. 
London, New York, S. French. 17 p. 
(French's acting edition) © David 
Shellan; 30Dec67; DFI996. 

L2ADERS IN TECHNOLOGY. 8 1. Appl. 
author: Cultural History Research. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; lAug69; 022289. 

LEAH'S MARRIED A MILLIONAIRE, a 4 act 
play by Cleta McKennon. © C. P. 
MoKennon; 7Nov69; DU75757. 



LECTURE NOTES AND GUIDE. See 

SILVA METHOD MCIOICR MIND CONTROL. 
SILVA METHOD MC202GSI MIND CONTROL. 

LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. See 
LEEFT U IN HET HEDEN. 
RIVENDICATE LA VOSTRA LIBERTA. 
VEM AR DET SOM STYR. 

LECTURES OH HYPNOTISM, by Charles 
Forest. 1 v. © Charles Forest; 
2Sep69; C22137. 

LECTURES ON ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTING, by 
Howard Barlow. 1 v. each. © Howard 
Barlow. 
Chap. 
4. Prelude to Die Meisterslnger von 

Nuernberg, Richard Wagner. 

© 51Dec69; 022484. 

LEEFT U IN HET HEDEN? (Are you living 
in the present?) Een Lezing over 
de Chrlstelljke Wetenschap door 
Josephine H. Carver; Geertrui Kes, 
translator. 23 1. Appl. ti.: 
A lecture on Christian Science. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 20ct68, 
C20932 & pub. 310ct68, BB34697. 
© Josephine H. Carver; 29Aug69; 
C 2217 6. 

THE LEGEND OF LARS PRESNITZSKI, by 
Elliott A. Caplln. 134 1. A play 
in 1 act. © Elliott A. Caplln; 
lDec69; DU75884. 

LEGEND OF THE MENEHUHE SANTA, by Larry 
Rivera. 2 1. Recitation to the mu- 
sic. Appl. states prev. reg. 19Jun69, 
EU121826. © Larry Rivera; 310ot69; 
022393. 

THE LEGEND OF THE TRINITY ALPS; screen- 
play by Roger Dobkowitz. 89 1- 
© Roger Dobkowitz; 15Dec69; DU75949- 

LEMONADE, AND THE AUTOGRAPH HOUND; two 
plays by James Prldeaux. Dramatists 
piBv Service. 50 p. Appl. states 
SmLadrprlO. 'reg' 6May69, DU74234^ 
The autograph hound, 28Apr69, DU74180. 
NM- additions 8c revisions. © James 
Prldeaux; 4Sep69; DF7075 . 

LEONARDO, Einakter by Otto Gruenwald. 
60 1. German. © Otto Gruenwald; 
9Sep69; DU75299. 



LEONORA; ou, Les dangers de la vertu. 
Par Marcel Jouhandeau. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 98 p. (Le Manteau 
d'Arlequin) Prom the novel. 
© Editions Gallimard; 5Apr69; 
DFO-1694. 

LEROY AND THE ARK, by Allen Davis III. 
42 1. A play in 5 scenes. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 10Jul64, DU60646. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Allen 
Davis III; l40ct69; DU75588. 

A LESSON IN DEAD LANGUAGE, by Adrlenne 
Kennedy. (In Collision course, by 
Edward Parone. New York, Random 
House, p. 35-40) © Adrlenne Kennedy; 
3Dec68; DP7045. 

LET MY PEOPLE GO, by Lloyd Hartley. 
3 1. Sermon. © Bartley Pub. Co.; 
24Dec69; 022479. 

LET'S HEAR IT FOR HAROLD; ten radio 
spots by Dayton Allen. 4 1. © Day- 
ton Allen; 5Sep69; 022147. 

LET'S TALK THAT FAT AWAY, by Kenneth 
Edward Peltzer & Virginia Manning 
Peltzer. 30 1. A recording script. 
© Kenneth E. Peltzer & Virginia M. 
Peltzer; 22Jul69; C21994. 

LETTER FROM THE UNKNOWN, a play in one 
act by Arturo Parrilla. 9 1- 
© Arturo Parrilla; l8Dec69; DU75964. 

THE LIBRARY. See 

GOING PLACES IN THE CITY. 

LIEBLING, BITTE NICHT AUSZIEHENl Elne 
Filmstory von Peter Halasz & Carl 
Szokoll. 38 1. Nach einer Qrlglnal- 
idee Darling don't undress, von 
Francis Bulwer (Greta Basch) © Carl 
Szokoll, Peter Halasz & Greta Basch; 
llSep69; DU75323. 

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF ROGUE ROBBIE 
KILKENNY, a play by Leo Rutman. 
1 V. Two acts. ® Leo Rutman; 
10Dec69; DU75921. 

THE LIFE AND LOVES OF ELIOT CRAWFORD, 
an original screenplay by Sidney 
Davis. 1 V. © Sidney Davis; 12Sep69; 
DU75330. 

■fflE LIFE AND THE TIMES OF DANGER 
MACCANN, an original screenplay by 
Lora Karen Myers. 97 1. © Lora 
Karen Myers; l8jul69; DU74888. 

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF CRASH HEMET, 
a play by Gordon Firth. 1 v. Eleven 
scenes. © Gordon Firth; 6Aug69; 
DU75096. 



LIFE IN ANCIENT SEAS AMD SWAMPS. See 
A WORLD OF CHANGE. 

LIFE IN CAMP. See 

LIFE OF A NOMAD PEOPLE. 

LIFE IN NEW YORK. See 

FASHION . 
LIFE IS A WONDERFUL THING, a musical 

play; written by Janet L. Mehas. 

2 V. © Janet L. Mehas; 10Nov69; 

DU75769. 
LIFE IS JUST A BAG 0' JOY (The fruits 

of j"oy) A panorama and potpourri of 

life by Budd Sills (Leon Sills) 

IV. A screenplay. © Market Gems, 

Inc.; 200c t69; DU75609. 
LIFE IS JUST A BOWL OF PITZ (THAT'S WHY 

IT'S SO HARD TO SWALLOW); or. Happiness 

is just a thing called dough. A 

farce In three acts by Jeffrey M. 

Sohaffer. Brooklyn, Jayyemmess. 

96 1. © Jeffrey M. Schaffer; 300ct69; 

AIO5556. 
THE LIFE OF A KING, by Authur Langford, 

Jr. 15 1. A play in 2 acts. 

© Authur Langford, Jr.; llAug69; 

DU75140. 



LIFE OF A NOMAD PEOPLE. 2 v. Pllmstrlp 
scripts. Contents: Life in camp. — 
Travel and trade. Appl. author: Cor- 
onet Instructional Films, a division 
of Esquire, Inc. NM: additions. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a di- 
vision of Esquire, Inc.; 3Aug69; 
C22394. 

THE LIFE OF A STAR, by Ralph Emery & 
Jay Frank. 3 1. Dialog. © Yonah 
Music, Inc.; 7Nov69; 022417. 

A LIGHT IN THE WINDOW; story & lyrics 
by Pat Williams (Patricia A. Williams) 
& Bev Cravelro (Beverly M. Craveiro) 
music by Bev Craveiro. 1 v. A musi- 
cal play in 2 acts. © Bev Craveiro 
& Pat Williams; 10ct69; DU75450. 

LIGHTNING, NEVER IN THE SAME PLACE, 
STRIKES TWICE, by Mary E. Burke. 
61. A play in 7 scenes. © Mary E. 
Burke; 22Aug69; DU75241. 

LIKE A CRY OF PAIN, a play by Robert 
Howard Clausen. River Forest, 111., 
Lutheran Child Welfare Assn. 22 1. 
© Lutheran Child Welfare Assn. of 
Illinois; 24jun69; DP7093- 

LIKE IT is; a musical revue; book & 
lyrics by Helen Kromer; music by 
Frederick Silver. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 80 p. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Helen Kromer; 
21Aug69; DP7I30. 

LIKE THE GOLDEN ASS, by Sherlock 
Wyndhambell. [England] 38 1. 
© Sherlock Wyndhambell; 12Jul69; 
DP7064. 

LIKE YOU THINK IT IS, AND THERE'S 
POINTS FOR THAT TOO. See 
AIR. 

LINGUADYNAMICS IN THE FORENSIC FORUM, 
by Dominic J. Potts. 2 1. Monograph. 
© Dominic J. Potts; 29Dec69; C22481. 

THE LION IN LOVE, a play by Shelagh 
Delaney. London, Methuen. 104 p. 
(Methuen's modern plays) Three acts. 
© Shelagh Delaney Productions, Ltd.; 
llMayfil; DF2014 . 

A LION ON THE LOOSE, a comedy by Don 
Luftlg (Donald L. Luftlg) 1 v. Two 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
15Nov67, DU70189. NM: addition of 
2d act. © Donald L. Luftlg; llDee69; 
DU75977. 

THE LION WHO LOST HIS ROAR, a play in 
one act by Betty Langdon. Chicago 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 51 P- © Betty 
Langdon; 6Aug69; DP7084. 

THE LION WHO WOULDN'T, by Gifford W. 
Wingate. 39 1- A musical play in 7 
scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© Gifford W. Wingate; l8Sep69; 
DU7538O. 

LISTEN-LOSE WEIGHT. 36 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Media Medica, 
Inc. © Media Medica, Inc.; l6Sep69; 
022182. 

LISTEN TO THE MAN; revised final screen- 
play by Richard Kaplowltz. Los 
Angeles, A.S.K. Productions. 70 1. 
© A.S.K. Productions, Inc.; 28Aug69; 
DP7069. 

LISTEN TO YOUR STARS, AN ASTROLOGICAL 
GUIDE TO YOUR HOROSCOPE, by Ira 
Ashley. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Ira Ashley; l8jul69; C21987 . 

THE LITTLE ANGEL WHO WASN'T A LITTLE 
ANGEL, a children's play by Justus E. 
Wyman. 57 1. Two acts. © Justus E. 
Wyman; 5Aug69; DU74962. 

THE LITTLE CAMEL, by Marguerite Anne 
Halloran (Maura O'Halloran, pseud.) 
4 1. © Marguerite Anne Halloran; 
28JUI69; C22005. 



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THE LITTLE DRUMMER BOY, by Goldle Ann 
Contos Farkonas. 8 1. A play In k 
scenes. ® Goldle Ann Contos Farkonas; 
2VAug69; DU75313. 

LITTLE FAUSS AMD BIG HALSY, a screen- 
play by Charles Eastman. 1st draft. 
150 1. Appl. author: Alfran Pro- 
ductlonSj Inc., employer for hire. 
©Alfran Productions, Inc.: 17Sep69; 
DU75951. 

LITTLE FAUSS AND BIG HALSY, a screenplay 
by Charles Eastman. I3I 1. NM: re- 
vision & addition. © 41fran Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 29Sep69; DU75477. 

A LITTLE IRREGULAR PLEASURE, a private 
entertainment; book by Christopher 
Martingale, lyrics by Kenneth Furse, 
music by Alex Ives-Robertson, pseud- 
onyms of Charles Alexander. Based 
upon the play Charles II, by John 
Howard Payne. ^fM: revisions & addi- 
tions. ® Charles Alexander; l6Sep69; 
DUTS^l^. 

LITTLE MLCOLM AOTJ HIS STRUGGLE AGAINST 
THE EUNUCHS, by David Halliwell. 
London, Faber & Faber. 145 p. Eleven 
scenes. © David Halliwell; 26jan67; 
DPI994 . 

THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL; retold as a 
musical play by Robert Neil Porter & 
Jack Perry. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer 
Drama Service. Jl p. From the im- 
mortal fairy tale by Hans Christian 
Anderson (Hans Christian Andersen) 
© Pioneer Drama Service; 15Aug69; 
DF7II8. 

A LITTLE MOON MUSIC, a musical comedy 
by Bernard Mensch. 28 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Bernard Mensch; 
21Aug69; DU75167. 

LITTLE ORPHANT ANNIE, a musical score 
In three acts by Craig Spence; lyrics 
by James Whitcomb Riley, Elizabeth 
Sharpless & Rex Magner. 1 v. Based 
on poetical works by James Whitcomb 
Riley. © City of Lafayette Board of 
Parks & Recreation, William Craig 
Spence, Rex L. Magner & Elizabeth 
Sharpless; l8Aug69; DU75462. 

LITTLE PACKAGES OF HAPPINESS; record- 
ing script for Beechnut by Jam 
Handy Productions. 6 1. © Beechnut, 
Inc.; 2Jul69; C21910. 

LITTLE PLAYS FOR LITTLE PLAYERS; fifty 
non-royalty plays for children; 
edited by Sylvia E. Kamerman. Boston, 
Plays, Inc. 355 p. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Plays, Inc.; 23Sep69; 
A97955. 

THE LITTLE TRAIN OP HAPPINESS, by 
Dennis Dletz Duwe. 10 1. A play. 
With music. © Donnis Duwe; 10Dec69; 
DU75805. 

LITTLEBOY AND FATMAN, an escalation in 
sixteen transmutations ... by R. M. 
Lockwood. €01. ® Robert M. Lock- 
wood; 12Nov69; DU75777. 

THE LIVING SACRAMENTS, by Mary Drahos . 
1 V. 7 plays. © Mary Drahos; 
l8Sep69; DU75686. 

A LOCK OF HAIR, by Vincent J. Prlvl- 
tera. '12 1. A play in 2 acts. 
O Vincent John Prlvltera; lilJuieg; 
DUrWtJ. 

LOCKED IN, a comedy In three acts by 
Enid Rudd. 1 v. O Enid Rudd & 
Bernard Rudd; 80ct69; DU75539. 



LOCOMOTIVES OF THE 19TH CENTURY, a lec- 
ture by Howard G. Hill. Rev. Aug. 20, 
1969. 7 1. © Howard G. Hill: 5Nov6g: 
C22354. 

LONDON BRIDGE, by Paul Levlne . 66 1. 
A screenplay. © Paul P. Levine; 
30Dec69; DU76009. 

THE LONG HAUL; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 51 1. © Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; C21914. 

LONG LIVE THE BRUEGEL PEOPLE; A visual 
fantasy In story & song; book & lyrics 
by Miranda & Josef Marals; music by 
Josef Marais. 2 v. A screenplay. 
© Josef Marais & Miranda Marals; 
20Aug69; DU75146. 

LOOK BUT DON'T, by Nathan Goldberg. 
51. A play. © Nathan Goldberg: 
290c t69; DU75708. 

LOOK FORWARD TO CHANGE, by Gene Emmet 
Clark. 81. Lecture. © Gene Emmet 
Clark; 300ot69; C22342. 



LOOK NOT UPON ME BECAUSE I 
by Arvetra Jones. 4 1. 
© Arvetra Jones; 10ct69; 

LOOK NOT UPON ME BECAUSE I 
by Arvetra Jones. 6 1. 
© Arvetra Jones; 10ct69; 

LOOK NOT UPON ME BECAUSE I 
by Arvetra Jones. 5 1 
© Arvetra Jones; 10c tSg- 



AM BLACK 1, 
A talk. 
C22250. 

AM BLACK 2, 
A sermon. 
C 22251. 

AM BLACK 5, 
A sermon. 
C 2225 2. 



LOCKED IN A LIVING TOMB. 
WEDDED TO A VILLAIN. 



See 



THE LOCOMOTIVE, a play by Frank Galatl. 
66 1. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Frank Galati; l6jul69; DU74867 . 



LOOKING NORTH OR SOUTH, an original 
story written & adapted for tele- 
vision by Vernon D. Watters . 50 1 
© Vernon D. Watters; 7Jul69: 
DU74830. 

THE LORD WILL PROVIDE, a choral reading 
by Ann Billups. Downers Grove, 111., 
Contemporary Drama Service. 6 p. 
Appl. author: Arthur Meriwether, Inc., 
employer for hire of Ann Billups. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 15Sep69; 
DP7156 . 

LOSERS . See 

FOUR ONE ACT PLAYS. 

LOST, by Barbara Walton. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Barbara Ramseyer Walton; 
70ct69; DU75531. ' 

THE LOST BROOCH, by Anton Chekov; 
adapted as a one-act play by Robert 
Brome. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge ' 
Pub. Co. 21 p. (Eldridge popular 
one-act playscripts) S Robert 
Brome; lSep69; DP7192. 

LOUIE, THE ICE CREAM MAN; story by 
Gerald Noonan & Robert F. Noonan, 
music & lyrics by Robert F. Noonan. 
20 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book only. © Robert Francis Noonan & 
Gerald Noonan; 220ct69; DU75956. 

LOUVAIN ON AN EARLY MARCH DAY, 1915, 
by Barbara F. Nosanow. 69 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Barbara Field Nosanow; 
I8sep69; DU75570. 

THE LOVE COMMUNE, by C. Y. Lee. 79 p. 
A play in 2 acts. ® C. Y. Lee; 
29Sep69; DU75t64. 

THE LOVE COUNCIL, a heavenly tragedy in 
five acts; English version by Peter 
D. G. Brown. 95 1. Based on the 
original German play by Oscar 
Panlzza. © Peter D. G. Brown; 
19Sep69; DU75627. 

THE LOVE COUNCIL, by Oscar Panlzza; 
translated by Louise E. Schneider. 
66 1. A play in 5 acts. Appl. 
author: Associates 8c Aldrlch Co., 
Inc. O Associates & Aldrlch Co., 
Inc.; WAug69; DU75556. 



THE LOVE COURSE, a play In one act by 
A. R. Gurney, Jr. 35 1. © Albert R. 
Gurney; 5Sep69; DU75282. 

LOVE, DEATH, AND THE SPECTOR, by Art 
Dodds (Arthur E. Dodds) The death of 
Superman & others. 1 v. Five plays. 
Appl. states Confession of Oscar 
Wilde prev. reg. 2Jun66, DU65953. 
NM: addition of 4 short plays. 
© Arthur E. Dodds; 70ct69; DU75550. 

LOVE IS FOR THE BIRDS. See 
THE STATE OF VIRGINITY. 

THE LOVE LIFE OF HERBERT PACKENSTACKER, 
by James M. Salem. Cody, Wyo., 
Pioneer Drama Service. 19 p. Adapted 
from the 0' Henry short story While 
the auto waits. © Pioneer Drama 
Service; 15Aug69; DP7111. 

LOVE ME NOT, a play by Louis Hetler. 

^o kr. °"^ ^"^^ ® Louis Hetler; 
3Sep69; DU75262. 

THE LOVE OF ONE, by Janice T. Dixon. 
61 1. A play. © Janice T. Dixon; 
3IJUI69; DU75002. 

THE LOVE- PHILTRE OF IKEY SCHOENSTEIN 
by 0. Henry, pseud, of William 
Sydney Porter; adapted as a one-act 
play by Robert Brome. Franklin 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 19 p. 
(Eldridge popular one-act play- 
scripts) © Robert Brome; lSep69; 
DP719I. 

THE LOVE SCENT, a one act satire by 
Richard W. Harris. Cody, Wyo., 
Pioneer Drama Service. 7 p. © Pio- 
neer Drama Service; lSep67; DP7099. 

THE LOVE TRAP, a comedy in three acts 
by Margaret Sperry (Margaret Sperry 
RussakJ 1 V. © Margaret Speri-v 
Russak; 28jul69; DU74981. 

LOW MAN IN THE READING CIRCLE; or, A 
blackbird takes wing. By Beverly 
Cleary. 11 1. Speech. © Beverly 
Cleary; 7May69; C22009. 

THE LOWER DRAWER, a play in one act 
by Martin Halpern. 35 1 . © Martin 
Halpern; 5Dec69; DU75899. 

LUCRETIA, by Patricia Gleeson. 2 1. 
Monolog. © Patricia Gleeson; 4Nov69: 
C22388. 

LULLABY. See 
TWO MINI-PLAYS. 

LUNA TRIP, by Dickie Goodman. 2 1. 
Script. ® Roosevelt Music Co., Inc.; 
2Sep69; C22326. 

A LUNAR ADVENTURE, by Gail S. Anderson. 
t i.. A play in 2 acts. © Gail S 
Anderson; 2LAug69; DU75163. 

LUNAR LANDING, MAN ON THE MOON. Sheet. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Doubleday & Co., Inc., employer for 
hire. © Doubleday Sc Co., Inc • 
28JUI69; C21990. 

LUNCH, by Victor B. Miller. 43 1 

A play ® Victor B. Miller; 50Dec69; 
DU76008 . 

THE LUNCHEONETTE, a one act play by 
Martin Brown, pseud, of Morris Brown. 

00 1. ® Morris Brown; 21Auk69; 
DU75164. " ' 

LYNDIAN I-III, by Marilyn L. Whittle. 

1 V. Choreography. © Marilyn L. 
Whittle; 30Sep69; DU7'^515. 



M 



MA-FA, a Jesuit In the court of China, 
a play in two parts by Ernest Ferlita. 
Part 1. 46 1. Book i lyrics only. 
© Ernest Ferlita; llDec69; DU7592li. 



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MA SMEG'S BOARDING HOUSE, a comedy by 
Edgar C. Eckhardt. Jr. 62 1. One 
act. © Edgar C. Eckhardt, Jr.; 
i8ju169; DU74892. 

MAC BIRD! By Barbara Garson. New 
York, Grove Press. 109 p. 
(Evergreen black cat book, BC-132) 
Three acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
6jan66, m&iT}B; prev. pub. 25Sep66, 
DP6216. HM: revision & addition. 
© Barbara Garson; 22Feb67; DP7023. 

MACBETH, by William Shakespeare; edited 
by R. W. Dent. Dubuque, W. C. Brown 
Co. Publishers. 61 p. (The Black- 
friars Shakespeare) NM: additions & 
compilation. © Wm. C. Brown Co. 
Publishers; 5Aug69; A9IO59. 

MACBETH. See 
MAKBETH. 

MACDONALD STORY. See 

THE PRINCESS AND THE GOBLINS. 

MACHINABILITY. See 

[BASIC MACHINE SHOP PRACTICES] 

THE MACHINE MAN, a screenplay for silent 
film written by Warner Friedman. 6 1. 
© Warner Friedman; 10ct69; DW5't-80. 

MACHINES . See 
SCIENCE. 

MADELEINE . See 
THEATRE I. 

MADHEART. See 

POUR BLACK REVOLUTIONARY PLAYS. 

THE MADHOUSE; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 11 1. © Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; C21895. 

THE MAGIC MOUSE, a play for children, 
a story with music by Betty 
Marrapodi (Isabel H. Marrapodi); 
music scores by Frank J. Marrapodi. 
1 V. © Isabel H. Marrapodi & 
Frank J. Marrapodi; 28jul69; 
DU74970. 

THE MAGIC SHAMROCK WITH THE GOLDEN KEY, 
an operetta for children by Julia 
Heck Cassidy. 1 v. 4 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 15Sep48, 
DI6947. NM: plot & dialogue. 
© Julia Heck Cassidy; 23Sep69; 
DU75'^37 . 

THE MAGIC TRUMPET, a musical play for 
children & others by Victor Davles & 
Victor Cowie. 2 v. © Victor Albert 
Davles & Victor Spelrs Cowie; 70ct69; 
DU75526. 

MAGICO; metodo sencillo para aprender 
a tocar la guitarra by Israel Rod- 
riguez & Rogello A. del Pino. 55 1- 
Parte oral. © Rogello A. del Pino & 
Israel Rodriguez; 15Sep69; C22l8l . 

MAHATMA, a drama in two acts by Peter 
Kline. 52 1. © Peter Kline; 15Sep69; 
DU75266. 

MAHATMA, a full-length play by Charlotte 
Kraft. 88 1. Three acts. 
© Charlotte Kraft; 13Aug69; DU75101. 

THE MAHATMA, a play in three acts by 
Anne Lehmann (Anne Lehmann Gould)^ 
1 V. © Anne Lehmann Gould; 7Jul69; 
DtJ7't771. 

MAHATMA GANDHI, by Norma Langham. 
1=^0 1. A play in 3 acts. © Norma 
Langham; 4Aug69; DU75238. 

MAHATMA, THE MARTYR, by N. K. Manlkya 
Rao. 20 p. A play in 5 scenes. 
© N. K. Manlkya Rao; >H>et:69; DU75978. 



MAID OF THE MOHAWKS (The story of 
Kateri Tekakwitha) One act play by 
Mary Eunice (Mary Eunice Spagnola) 
of Mary Productions. 23 p. © Mary- 
Eunice d.b.a. Mary Productions; 
lFeb69; DP71ll9. 

MAIN LINE PARTS AND SERVICE PLUS PER- 
FORMERS CAMPAIGN; recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 19 !• © Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; C21897 . 

MAJITELE KLICU. See 

LES PROPRIETAIRES DES CLES . 

MAJOR BARBARA SINGS, a singing play; 
book & lyrics by Syde Waller; music 
by Syde Waller & Charles Groeling; 
adaptation of the play Major Barbara, 
by George Bernard Shaw. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. pub. 10Sepl3; A361159. 
NM: additions. © Syde Waller; 
7Jul69; DU7't76l. 

MAKBETH; adapted from William Shake- 
speare's Macbeth by Richard Schechner. 
5** 1. A play in 59 scenes. 
© Richard Schechner; 3Nov69; DU75666. 

THE MAKE-BELIEVE DOCTOR, by Larry 
Whiteley; music & lyrics by Mark 
Olllngton (Marcus Hilton Olllngton) 
1 V. Freely adapted from Mollere. 
© Marcus Hilton Olllngton & Larry 
Whiteley; 3Nov69; DU75732. 

MAKE EVERY PROSPECT YOUR CUSTOMER, gee 
SELL SOMETHING TO EVERYONE. 

MAKING HEADWAY. See 

HEAR THE SOUND OF RECOVERY. 

MALADE IMAGINAIRE. See 

THE MALADE WHO WAS IMAGINARY. 

THE MALADE WHO WAS IMAGINARY; in 
poetry and prose; poetry by Deed 
Meyer; prose by J. I. Rodale. 1st ed. 
50 p. Nine scenes. Adaptation of 
Malade Imaginaire, by Mollere, pseud, 
of Jean Baptiste Poquelin. © J. I. 
Rodale; 5May69; DP7035 . 

MAMA I'M GROWN, by Ann Early. 19 1. 
A play in 2 scenes. © Ann Early: 
12Aug69; DU7509I. 

THE MAMAS AND THE PAPAS, a two hundred 
and ninety-nine seat drama by 
Richard M. Oxman. 24 1. © Richard M. 
Oxman; lljul69; DU7't821. 

MAMA'S COMPLAINT; oral delivery via 
tape and/or disc-platter by Ann 
Miller & Miller Agency. I5 1. 
© Ann Miller & Miller Agency; 
22Jul69; C21993. 

MAN, I'M BEAUTIFUL, full length 
musical in two acts; book & lyrics 
by Harriet J. Shaw. 1 v. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Harriet Jean 
Shaw; 4Aug69; DU74959. 

A MAN IN A LOIN CLOTH; three acts by 
Jay Gurian. 74 1. © Jay Paul 
Gurian; 31Jul69; DU75010. 

THE MAN IN BLACK; written by Arthur S. 
Junaluska. 23 1. A screenplay. 
© Arthur S. Junaluska; I40ct69; 
DU75586 . 

THE MAN IN THE GLASS BOOTH, a play by 
Robert Shaw. New York, Grove Press. 
74 p. Two acts. © Robert Shaw; 
20Jan69 (in notice: I968); DP7029. 

MAN IN THE MIDDLE, by Gordon Watklns. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Gordon R. 
Watklns; llAug69; DU75050. 

A MAN IN UNIFORM, an original story 
written by Queenie Owens, developed 
into screenplay with Eddie Rio 
Writers Lab. 30 1. © Queenie Owens; 
2Sep69; DU752't3. 



THE MAN ON HORSEBACK AND THE HALF- 
BREED INDIAN GIRL, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Alice Wilson. 31 1- © Alice Wilson; 
7Jul69; DU74832. 

MAN, THE CHANGER. See 
A WORLD OF CHANGE. 

THE MAN WHO HATED ENVY, by Bernard 
McShane. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Bernard McShane; 210ct69; DU75657. 

THE MAN WHO THOUGHT HE WAS MAHATMA 
GANDHI, a play by Benjamin Rosetree, 
pseud, of Benjamin Rosenbaum. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Benjamin Rosetree; 
7Jul69; DU7t758. 

THE MAN WITH THE STENCH IN HIS EARS, by 
Stanley Marcus. 83 1. A play. 
© Stanley Marcus; 2Jul69; DU7 '4-718. 

MANAGEMENT ACCLIVITY PROFILE, a new 
personnel screening and selection 
system designed by Louis La Rosa. 
61. © Louis La Rosa; 2Sep69; 
C22348. 

MANAGEMENT IN HIGHWAY SAFETY, by Merf D. 
Evans. 11 1. © Merf D. Evans; 
22Jul69; C21996. 

MANAGEMENT OF IMPENDING HYPERTENSIVE 
CRISIS. 7 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Upjohn Co. Appl. ti. : 
Management of hypertensive crisis. 
© Upjohn Co.; llAug69; C2208l. 

MANAGEMENT OF THYROIDITIS. 8 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; llAug69; 
C22076. 

MANAGING INFECTION IN DIABETICS. 11 1. 
Appl. author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn 
Co.; 150ct69; C22303. 

MANAGING INOPERABLE LUNG CANCER. 7 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; llAug69; 
C 22079. 

THE MANDARIN; opera buff a in three acts; 
music by Jonathan Elkus, book by 
Richard Franko Goldman; based on the 
novella Mandarim, by Eca de Quetroz. 
New York, Fischer. 50 p. Libretto. 
© Carl Fischer, Inc.; 24Jul69; DP7042. 



MANHATTAN SILHOUETTE. 
THE SHAME OF CAIN. 



See 



THE MANIKIN, a play in 1 act by Jay 
Anusklewlcz (James M. Anuskiewicz) 
1 V. © Jay Anuskiewicz; 7Jul69; 
DU7t762. 

MANKA AND THE KING, a play based on a 
Czechoslovak folktale by Joan & Betty 
Rayner. London, English Theatre 
Guild. 20 p. © Joan Rayner & Betty 
Rayner; l4Mar69; DF0-1710. 

MANNY TISHBERG, JOHNSTOWN TOILET PLUNGER 
BIT, by Steve Myers. 2 1. Television 
script. © Steve Myers; 10Dec69; 
C22413. 

MAN'S BEST FRIEND, a clown skit by 
James Deagan. 1 v. © James Deagan; 
4Sep69; DU75503. 

MANTEAU D'ARLEQUIN. See 
LE CHARIOT DE TERRE CUITE. 
LEONORA. 
LA POUPEE. 

THE MANY FACES OF LOVE, a musical play 
by Ruth Uth, pseud, of Ruth Papert. 
1 V. Two acts. © Ruth Papert; 
25Aug69; DU75l8'l-. 

MARATHON '33, by June Havoc. Dramatists 
Play Service. 83 p. Two acts. 
© June Havoc; 210ct69; DP7143. 



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July-Dec. 



THE MARCH TO THE INDIAN VILLAGE, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Blondenla Murphy. Jl 1. 
© Blondenla Murphy; 280ct69; DU75705. 

MRGARET MAYORGA SERIES. See 
THE BEST SHORT PLAYS, I969. 

MARGIE HYSAM, a dramatlco-muslcal cora- 
edy-drania by George Green. 73 1. 
Four acts. © George Green; lDec69; 
DU75881. 

MARIA, by Yolanda Ortal . 19 1- A play. 
© Yolanda Ortal; 5Jul69; DU7'*758. 

MARIES DE LA TOUR EIFFEL. See 
TROIS PIECES SURREALISTES . 

MARIJUANA STORY. See 

CAMPUS CRISIS, PLUS THE MARIJUANA 
STORY. 

MARIVAUX; introd., tables chronolo- 
glques & notices de Sylvie Chevalley. 
[Geneve] Distribue par le Cercle du 
Bibliophile. 571 p. (Les Genles du 
theatre franoais) (Le Theatre coraplet 
de Marivaux, I) © on introd., tables 
chror.ologiques & notices; Edlto- 
Servlce, S.A.; ljun69; AFO-58929. 

MARIVAUX; notices de Sylvie Chevalley. 
[Geneve] Distribue par le Cercle du 
Bibliophile. 602 p. (Les Genies du 
theatre francais) (Le Theatre complet 
de Marivaux, II) © on notices; 
Edito-Service, S.A.; lJun69; 
AFO-58B95. 

MARKED FOR MURDER, a mystery play in 
one act by C. Robert Jones. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 18 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © C. Robert Jones; 
4sep69; DP7097. 

MARKETING CAREERS; writers, Hoffman ■% 
Lounsbury. 1 v. Pilmstrip script. 
© Graphic Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; 
C22207. 

MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY; THE NEW PARENT 
LEARNS TO LIVE WITH BABY. 15 1. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 15Dec69; 
C22455. 

THE MARRIAGE MUSEUM, a play in two acts 
by Elyse Nass. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. I8jul67, 69189 & 7Nov68, 
72849. NM: additions Sc revisions. 
© Elyse Nass; 12Nov69; DU75818. 



MARRIAGE OR DIVORCE, 
author: Upjohn Co. 
lAug69; C22037. 



5 1. Appl. 
© Upjohn Co. ; 



MARRIAGE TEST. See 

PLAYWRIGHTS FOR TOMORROW. 

THE MARTYRDOM OF OEDIPUS AQUARIUS, a 
play in one act, by Paul Holmberg. 
33 1. © Paul Holmberg; 6Nov69; 
DU757t3. 

THE MARTYRDOM OF PETER OHEY. See 
SIX PLAYS. 

MASQUE OF MOTIONS. See 

AN ENTERTAINMENT FOR ELIZABETH. 

MASS CHARADE OF THE CRAZY COLORS 
AND THE ARTIST WHO TRIED TO CATCH 
THEM. See 
THE CONTEST. 

MASS MEETING AT HOLT STREET CHURCH, 

MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA, DECEMBER 5, 1955, 
by Martin Luther King, Jr. 6 1. 
Speech. © Estate of Martin Luther 
King, Jr.; 310ct69; C223UU. 

MASS MEETING, NEW FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST 
CHURCH, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, June 20, 
1966, by Martin Luther King, Jr. 
7 1. Speech. C Estate of Martin 
Luther King, Jr.; 310ct69; C225l»5. 



THE MATCHLOCK GUN; dramatization by 
S. Brody & C. Miller, with original 
music by H. Davidson. 1 v. Recording 
script. Based on the book by Walter 
D. Edmunds. ® Newbery Award Records, 
Inc.; 28Nov69; DU75935. 

MATTEL SUPER-EYES; arr.-corap., Alan 
Copeland. Sheet. © Carson/Roberts, 
Inc. & Mattel, Inc.; 60ct69; 
C22261. 

A MATTER FOR CONCERN, a play in two 
acts by George K. Hohn. 1 v. 
© George K. Hohn; 28nov69; DU75869. 

A MATTER OF MEMORY, an original screen- 
play by A. P. Ordover. 252 1. 
© A. P. Ordover; 29Dec69; DU75997. 

A MATTER CF NECESSITY, an original 
screenplay by Len Udes, Jr. II9 1. 
© Len Udes, Jr.; 9Jul69; DU74790. 

MAVOURNEEN AND THE REST, by Maureen 
Howard (Maureen Howard Gordon) 71 1. 
A musical play In 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Maureen Howard Gordon; 
l6oct69; DU75636. 

MAY FLIES. See 
LES EPHEMERES. 

MAY ONE, a play in one act by Patricia 
Rohleder. 7 1. © Patricia Rohleder; 
2Sep69; DU75247. 

MAYBERRY, R.F.D. SHOW; scripts by 
Baxter McCray, pseud, of Royal B. 
McCreery. © Royal B. McCreery. 
Hay harvest and wild life. 
© 22Sep69; DU75379. 

THE MAYOR OF SAN DIEGO, by Leonard 
Horwitz. 36 1. A play. © Leonard 
Horwltz; 130ot69; DU75573 . 

THE MEAL TICKET, a musical comedy in 
two acts by William Wheeler Mellette. 
166 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© William Wheeler Mellette; 21Aug69; 
DU751't3. 

MEASURING THINGS. 6 v. Fllmstrlp 
scripts. Contents: Measuring time 
with a calendar . --Measuring weight. — 
Measuring time with a clock. --Measur- 
ing liquids. — Using standard units. -- 
Measuring length. Appl. author: Cor- 
onet Instructional Films, a division 
of Esquire, Inc. NM: additions. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a di- 
vision of Esquire, Inc.; 3Aug69; 
C22397 . 

MEDEA, by Lucius Annaeus Seneca; trans- 
lated by George Stlllman House. 45 1. 
A play. © George Stlllman House; 
6Aug69; DU75094. 

MEDECIN MALGRE LUI. See 

THE DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF. 

MEDICAL ANTIQUES. 1 v. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Upjohn Co. 
Appl. ti.: Collecting medical 
antiques. © Upjohn Co.; llAug69; 
C22077. 

MEDICAL PROBLEMS IN MANNED SPACE 

TRAVEL. 1 v. Tape recording script. 
Appl. author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn 
Co.; llAug69; C22172. 

THE MEDICINE MAN, a play on one act by 
Harold J. Chapler. 23 1. © Harold J. 
Chapler; 30Jun69; DFro68. 

MEET A FRIEND AT KRYSTAL, a consumer 
promotion. 4 1. Appl. author: 
Marketing Equities,' Inc. ® Market- 
ing Equities, Inc.; 15Sep69; C22l80. 

MEETING AFTER THE EXIT, AND THE CHAS- 
TITY PREMIUM; two one -act plays by 
Heddy E. Rossi. 1 v. ® Heddy 
Elizabeth Rossi; 25Nov69; DU75806. 

MELENSKI, a play in seven scenes by 
Zeke Johnson (James Henderson John- 
son) 20 1. © James Henderson 
Johnson; 2Sep69; DU75256. 



MELISSA; An original screenplay by 
James Reld Paris; based upon an 
unpub. short story by Leonard Rubin. 
176 1. © James Reld Paris; 28jul69; 
DU7498O. 

MELISSA. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

MEMORIES OF A FRIEND, by Lois Beers. 
Sheet. Recitation. © Lois Beers; 
7JUI69; C21939. 

THE MEMORY ROOM, a new play by George 
Sklar. 1 V. Two acts. © George 
Sklar; I40ct69; DU75587 . 

MEN WERE DECEIVERS EVER; or. The curse 
of the ginger tipple. By Raymond 
Hull. Cody, Wyo. , Pioneer Drama 
Service. 78 p. Two acts. © Pioneer 
Drama Service; 15Aug69; DP7103. 

MEN'S FASHIONS, by Rudy De Luca & 
Sajmny Shore. 2 1. A monologue. 
Appl. authors: Rudy De Luca & 
United Artists Music Co., Inc., 
employer for hire of Sammy Shore. 
© United Artists Music Co., Inc.; 
15Aug69; C 22 17 9. 

MEN'S ROOM, a game of solitaire in one 
act by Michel Corbell. 36 1. 
© Michel Corbell; lAug69; DU75024. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, by William 

Shakespeare; edited by John P. Cutts. 
Dubuque, Iowa, Wm. C. Brown Co. 66 p. 
(The Blackfriars Shakespeare) Five 
acts. NM: additional text, compila- 
tion & editorial revision. © Wm. C, 
Brown Co. Publishers; 4Jun69; A86060, 

MERCHANT OF VENICE. See 
TAKE IT SLOW. 

MERMAID DRAMABOOK. See 
FOUR PLAYS. 

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by George Lyman 
Klttredge; rev. by Irving Rlbner. 
Waltham, Mass., Blalsdell Pub. Co. 
104 p. (The Klttredge Shakespeares) 
(A Blalsdell book in the humanities) 
Five acts. © Blalsdell Pub. Co., 
division of Ginn & Co.; 23Mav69: 
A79522. 

MESSAGE TO THE PRESIDENT, ,by Robert 
Wendell Sellers. Sheet. Recitation. 
© Robert Wendell Sellers; 280ct69; 
C22335 . 

THE MESSIAH, a play by Martin Halpern. 
1 V. Two acts. © Martin Halpern; 
240ct69; DU75675. 

LES MESSIES OU LE MAL DE TERRE, by 
Lillane Atlan. Paris, Editions du 
Seuil. 125 p. (Collection theatre) 
© Editions du Seuil; 27Feb69; 
DFO-1701. 

METAPHOR, by Martin Duberman. 

(In Collision course, by Edward 
Parone. New York, Random House. 
P.117-125) Appl. states prev. reg. 
13Feb68, DU70769. ® Martin Duberman; 
3Dec68; DP7054. 



THE METASEQUOIA STORY. 
A WORLD OF CHANGE. 



See 



METER MAID, by Steven Friedman. 5 1. 
A play. ® San Francisco Mime Troupe, 
Inc.; 70ct69; DU7553t. 

THE METHODS WE USE. See 
TRANSPORTATION TODAY. 

METHUEN'S MODERN PLAYS. See 
THE LION IN LOVE. 

THE METRIC WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, by 
Violet Priestley. 16 1. Fllmstrlp 
script. © Violet Priestley d.b.a. 
Library Fllmstrlp Center; 8Dec69; 
C22429. 



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MICROSCOPE TECHNIQUES, by Violet Priest- 
ley. 20 1. Fllmstrip script. 
© Violet Priestley d.b.a. Library 
Pllmstrlp Center; 8Dec69; C22425. 

MIDAS . See 

GALLATHEA AND MIDAS. 

MIDDLE C, a play In three acts by Diane 
Derrick. l66 1. ® Diane Derrick; 
5Aug69; DU75052. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, an adapta- 
tion by Susan Scheingarten of the 
play by William Shakespeare; music by 
Felix Mendelssohn. 28 1. (Folklore 
that has inspired great music) 
A screenplay. Book only. © Susan 
Paula Scheingarten; 19May69; DU74692. 

THE MIGHTIEST CLYDESDALE; story by 
J. W. Hunt. 1 V. A screenplay. 
© J. W. Hunt; 2i4-Sep69; DU75455 . 

MIGHTY MAGIC; religious school dramas 
by Dorothy Jacobson. 1 v. ® Dorothy 
Jacobson; 10Sep69; DU75508. 

MILLING. See 

[BASIC MACHINE SHOP PRACTICES] 

MIND CONTROL COURSES THROUGH THE USE 
OF PSYCHORIENTOLOGY, THE SILVA 
METHOD, by Jose Silva. 1 v. 
© Jose Silva; 28jul69; 022265- 

MINE OWN TRUE LOVE, BE GENTLE, BE MAD, 
BEHAVEI Three one-act plays by John 
Hogan. 1 V. © John Hogan; 21Aug69; 
DU75168. 

THE MINI-SUB-MIME CIRCUS, by John 

Simons. 2? 1. A musical play. Book 
& lyrics only. © John Simons; 
21Aug69; DU75W2. 

MINNESOTA DRAMA EDITIONS. See 
UNCLE VANYA. 

MINNIE, a tragi-comedy in three acts 
by Gerald W. Hopkins. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 29Nov68, DU75011. 
NM- additions & revisions. © Gerald 
W. Hopkins; 5Dec69; DU75822. 

THE MINSTREL BOY, a comedy in three acts 
by Herbert Moulton. 52 1. 
® Herbert E. Moulton; 15Sep69; 
DU75359. 

MINUTES OF THE SOCIAL READING, AUGUST 
l6, 1969, by Loretta King, pseud, of 
Yetta Ginsberg. 4 1. Appl. ti. : 
Minutes of social meeting, August 16, 
1969, lecture on Tuffy. © Yetta Gins- 
berg; 26Sep69; C22581. 

THE MIRROR OF FRIENDSHIP, by Leo Landry. 
51. A screenplay. © Leo Landry; 
17Sep69; DU75312. 

MISER. See 

IT'S WORTH YOUR WILE. 

THE MISHAP, by Ann Early. 23 1. A 
play. © Ann Early; 12Aug69; DU75092. 

MISPLACED MODIFIERS. 3 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 28N0V69; C22403. 

MISS BEACON GETS THE PICTURE, a comedy 
in one act by Emily Heilman. 18 p. 
© Emily M. Heilman; 29Sep69; DU75467. 

MISS CURRICULUM PAGENT, a play espec- 
ially written for upper elementary 
grades by Betty L. Clark. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 9 p. 
(Eldridge popular one-act plajt. 
scripts) © Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
15Sep69; DP7195. 

MISS JUUE. See 
THE ONE ACT PLAY. 



MISS SYMPOSIUM; or, Drinkies at mother 

Amato's. Love play in two pt. by 

Paula Plato, pseud, of Philip Traci. 

1 V. ® Philip Traci; 29Sep69; 

DU75471. 
THE MISSING ELEMENT, a one hour 

teleplay by Victor A. Pompilio. 52 1. 

© Victor A. Pompilio; 22Jul69; 

DU74908. 

THE MISSING ELEMENT. See 
DR. SFORZA, Script no. 2. 

THE MISSUS; original screenplay by 
Gordon Pinsent. 100 1. © Gordon E. 
Pinsent; 90ot69; DU75559. 

MR. AND MRS. JENNINGS INVITE YOU TO A 
MURDER, by Bob Randall, pseud, of 
Stanley Goldstein. 80 1. A play in 
2 scenes. ® Bob Randall; 8sep69; 
DU75292. 

MR. GOLDSTEIN'S GRANDDAUGHTER, a tele- 
vision series by Mark Chernichaw. 
1 v. Two Installments. © Mark 
Chernichaw Sc Pauline Chernichaw; 
5Aug69; DU75053. 

MR. SENIOR CITIZEN. See 
FUN CITY QUARTET. 

MRS. FLUSHER'S TURD, a comic indulgence 
by Jack Kaplan. 1 v. A play. In- 
cludes music & lyrics to 1 song. 
© Jack Arnold Kaplan; 90ct69; DU75562. 

MRS. LINCOLN, by Thomas Cullinan. 
Dramatists Play Service. 80 p. A 
play in 3 acts. © Thomas P. Cullinan; 
3Sep69; DP7077. 

MOCTEZUMA, by Arnaldo Calveyra; traduit 
de I'espagnol par Laure Gullle- 
Batalllon. [Paris] Gallimard. 78 p. 
(Theatre du monde entier) Two pt. 
© on translation; Editions Gallimard; 
30May69; DF0-1702. 

MODIGLIANI, a play in two acts by 
Dennis Mclntyre. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 25Mar68, DU71164. NM: 
additions. ® Dennis Mclntyre; 
I5JUI69; DU74862. 

MOMMA AS SHE BECAME, BUT NOT AS SHE WAS, 
by John Rechy. (In Collision course, 
by Edward Parone. New York, Random 
House, p. 161-194) Appl. states 
prev. reg. 20Jan68, DU71888. ® John 
Rechy; 5Dec68; DP7057. 

MONA'S CANINE, a play in four acts by 
Edward A. Steiner. 1 v. © Edward 
A. Steiner; 30Jun69; DU74706. 

THE MONEY GRUBBERS, a new comedy by 
Gwen Harwood. 1 v. Three acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 6Sep68, 
DU72349. NM: additions. © Gwen 
Harwood; 26Aug69; DU75158. 

MONICA, a new musical In two acts with 
seventeen scenes; music by Gene 
Ohnheiser; book & lyrics by Tom 
Jaskiewicz (Thomas Joseph Jasklewicz) 
118 1. Book & lyrics only. ® Tom J. 
Jasklewicz; 6Aug69; DU74961. 

MONITOR INSTRUCTION PROGRAM. See 
ROTARY CALCULATOR. 

MONKEY, MONKEY, BOTTLE OF BEER, HOW 
MANY MONKIES HAVE WE HERE? By Marsha 
Sheiness. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Marsha Sheiness; 100ct69; DU75571. 

MONSIEUR VICTOR, a comedy by Albert 
Maltz. 1 V. Four scenes. © Albert 
Maltz; 240ct69; DU75676. 

THE MONSTER, by John Francis Quinn. 
1 V. A play. © John Francis Quinn; 
24nov69; DU75849. 

MONTE ON THE ROCKS; or. Have one and 
make yourself at home. A musical 
comedy; music & arrangements by 
Bob Waddell (Robert F. Waddell), 
book & lyrics by Dave Owens (David L. 
Owens) 2 v. © Robert F. Waddell & 
David L. Owens; l8Sep69; DU75401. 



MONTEZUMA ALLEY; tragedy originating in 
the frustrations inherent in the 
amalgamation of races, in two acts 
by Ramsey Yelvlngton. 65 1. 
© Ramsey Yelvlngton & Louise 
Yelvlngton (Mrs. Ramsey Yelvlngton); 
27Aug69; DU75341. 

MONTHLY MEETING PROGRAM. vol.1, 
no. 1-12. 1 V. Appl. author: 
Frahm & Imhof , Inc . © Frahm & 
Imhof , Inc . ; 25Aug69; C22123 . 

THE MOON DREAMERS, by Julie Bovasso 
(Julia Bovasso) I60 1. A play in 2 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. SJulSj, 
DU58034. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Julie (Julia) Bovasso; 8Sep69; 
DU75320. 

MOON OVER TAURUS, a one-act comedy 
satire by J. I Rodale. 1st ed. 
58 p. © J. I. Rodale; 3Dec69; 
DP7180. 

MOONLAMP, by Linda Stockham. 82 1. 
A musical screenplay. Book only. 
® Linda J. Stockham; l8Sep69; 
DU75383. 

A MORALITY PLAY, by Ted Pollack. 

1 V. 3 acts. ® Ted Pollack; 
26Aug69; DU75214. 

MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS, a musical; book 
& lyrics, except some done by 
P. Bradley, by Daniel Maziarz; music, 
except some done by D. Maziarz, by 
Patrick Bradley. 1 v. © Daniel 
Maziarz & Patrick Bradley; 26Aug69; 
DU75211. 

THE MOST ENGAGED GIRL, a musical epic 
in two heroic acts; music by Alan 
Hovhaness, words by Andrew Glaze. 

2 V. ® Andrew Glaze & Alan Hovhaness; 
7May69; DU74710. 

A MOST UNUSUAL ZOO; script by Gloria 
Hayes, pseud, of Gloria Kremer. 

1 V. © Gloria Hayes; 150ct69; 
C22294. 

MOTHER OF THAT WISDOM, a play, histori- 
cal. In two acts by Joseph 
Kesselring. 1 v. Appl. states prev 
reg. 13Peb47, 7739; 10Feb64, 59468. 
NM: revisions. © Mrs. Joseph 
Kesselring (Charlotte E.); 24jul69: 
DU74952. ' 

A MOTHER'S LOVE, by Fred Atkins. 2 1. 
Recitation. ® Fred Atkins; 200ot69; 
C 223 14. 

THE MOUTH I LIVE IN; THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY 
OF A TOOTH, by Arthur E. Wilk Adver- 
tising, Inc. 5 1. Fllmstrip script. 
Appl. author: Colgate-Palmolive Co. 
© Colgate-Palmolive Co.; 10Dec69; 
C22414. 

MUNCHY & MIMI, a slide presentation. 
11 1. Appl. author: Women's Club, 
HBAMD. © Women's Club of the Home 
Builders Assn. of Metropolitan Dayton; 
27Jun69; C21882. 

MURDER IN THE OM BHAVAN, by Lakhan Deb. 

88 1. A play in 2 acts. © Lakhan 

Deb; 19Aug69; DU75173. 
MURMURING SEA, by Grace Kelly McAleavy. 

2 V. A musical play in 4 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. I968, 
DU72730; 1969, EUIO9062. NM: 
additions & revision. ® Grace Kelly 
McAleavy; 9Jul69; DU74797. 

MUSE, a three act play by Steve 

Cochran (Stephen L. Cochran) 58 1. 
® Stephen L. Cochran; 28jul59; 
DU74976. 

THE MUSEUM. See 

GOING PLACES IN THE CITY. 

MUSIC AND ART, THE VOICE AND FACE OF 
HISTORY; written, produced, directed 
& narrated by Charles Blackman. 
Program I, videotape project. 24 1. 
© Charles Blackman; l8Nov69; C22366. 



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MUSIC OP THE THEATRE; video-tape project 
wrltterij produced, directed, narrated 
& conducted by Charles Blaekman. 
22 1. © Charles Blaekman; 12Dec69; 
C2243S. 

MUSIC, WHISKY Am FUN, by Carlos 
Ferrari, pseud, of Juan Torrent. 
21 1. A play in 5 acts. Spanish. 
© Juan Torrent; lAug69; BVTi926. 
MUSICAL BELLS, by Eleanor Roe (Eleanor 
Roe mnzer) 3 1. Recording script. 
® Eleanor Roe Munzer; 28Febfa9; C22098. 

MUSICAL CHAIRS. See 
FUN CITY QUARTET. 

MY FAVORITE PASSAGES, VOL. 1; written 
& arranged by John T. Wilson, 1 v. 
Recording script. © Panda Industries; 
5May695 C21872. 

MY HORSE IS WAITING. 1 V. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
author: Paper Bag Players, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Paper Bag 
Players, Inc.; 26Aug69; DU751't5. 

MY NAME IS WHISKEY, by Eimas Snave. 

6 1. Script. © Snave Music Pub. Co.; 

15Jul69; 021946. 
MYCOPLASMA AND PNEUMONIAS. 7 1. 

Recording script. Appl. author: 

Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; llAug69; 

C22072. 

MYSTICAL UNION, by Louise Berle. 15 1. 
Recording script. © Louise Berle: 
lJul69; C21862. 



THE NATIVES ARE RESTLESS, by Tim Kelly. 
Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama Service. 
38 p. © Pioneer Drama Service; 
15Aug69j DP7107. 



NATURALISMS AU THEATRE. 
THEATRE II. 



See 



N 



NAKED BRANCHES, a play in three acts 
by Mike Major (Michael Joseph Major) 
78 1. © Michael Joseph Major; 
lDec69; DU75876. 

THE NAKED CHOICE, a screenplay by 
Finley Hunt. From a treatment by 
Robert McCahon of the William Gage 
novel Appointment with dishonor. 
125 1. Appl. author: Producing Art- 
ists, I.nc, employer for hire of 
Finley C. Hunt, Jr. © Producing Art- 
ists, Inc.; 5Sep59; DU75122. 

NAKED CHOICE; screenplay by Jack 
Godler. From the screenplay The 
naked choice, by Finley Hunt & Alan 
White; based on a treatment by 
Robert McCahon of the novel Appoint- 
ment with dishonor, by William Gage. 
150 1. Appl. author: Producing Art- 
ists, Inc., employer for hire of Jack 
Godler. © Producing Artists, Inc.; 
5Sep69; DU75121. 

NAKED HAMLET. See 

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S NAKED HAMLET. 

NAKED ON THE SUBWAY, a play in one act 
by Richard A. Kalinoski. 34 1. 
© Richard Allen Kalinoski; l8Aug69; 
DU75132. 

THE NAKED ROOM, e play by Joseph Curran. 
21 1. © Joseph L. Curran; 17Sep69: 
DU75333. ' 

THE NAKED TREE, by AMC (Anne Marie 
Corbet t) 1 v. A play. © Anne 
Marie Corbett; 12May69; DU74680. 

NANKO ON THE DAUNTLESS, a play in 
three acts by Carroll Cole. iSl 1. 
© Carroll Peterson Cole; 90ct69; 
DU75557 . 

NAOMI COURT, a play by Mike Sawyer, 
pseud, of Stanley Schacter. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Stanley Schacter; 
25Jul69; DU74985. 

NAT TUBNER, NO.l. by T. Fallon. 

IL]\ '^J"'^^ ^" ' *'^'^«- ® Thomas 
Christopher Fallon, Jr. & Jacqueline 
Frances Fallon; 22Sep6Q; DU75lt24. 



THE NATURE AND PURPOSE OF MARRIAGE. 
14 1. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt . San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District: 
15Dec69; C22444 . 

THE NECKLACE, a play in one act; 
adapted by Jay Reid Gould from the 
short story by Guy de Maupassant. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 35 p. 
©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 17Sep69; DP7127. 

THE NECKLACE OF KNOVrLEDGE; one act play 
by Gene Semenov Feves. 20 1. Based 
on Cayuse Indian legend told to author 
by Indian medicine man. © Gene 
Semenov Feves; 10Sep69; DU75338. 

NEED FOR INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS; 

script of record for sound filmstrip 
by Stanton C. Dates. 6 1. © Stanton 
C. Gates; 130ct69; C22279. 

NEED STEP. 11 1. Tape script. Appl. 
author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
C21979 °°^^^Se District; l6jul69; 

NEIGHBORHOOD STORE, by Lucile Brown. 
10 1. A play. © Lucile Brown; 
15Sep69; DU75347. 

THE NEIGHBORS, by Thomas Terefenko. 
74 1. A play in 2 pt. © Thomas 
Terefenko; 22Aug69; DU75l3l. 

NELL OF THE YUKON, a ballad in 23 verses 
by Johnson, pseud, of Ronnie Barker. 
31. © Robbins Music Corp., Ltd.; 
9Jul69; C21943. 

NELSON, A STUDY IN MINIATURE, by 

Terence Rattigan. 1 v. Screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. pub. July I968, 
DU72144. KM: adaptation. © Terence 
Rattlganj 15Sep69; DU75443 . 

THE NEST, by Tina Howe (Tina Howe Levy) 
120 1. A play in 3 acts. © Tina 
Howe; I4jul69; DU74837. 

NEVER ASSERT A DOUBTFUL ODOR, a musi- 
cal play in ten scenes by Hona 
Spearing. 1 v. Book 8c lyrics only. 
© Mona Spearing; 23Apr69; DU74689. 

NEVER MORE; the tragedy of Richard III; 
an original screenplay by Richard 
Friedlander. 1 v. © Richard A. 
Frledlander; 6Aug69; DU75058. 

NEVER ON BROADWAY, by Howard J. Reiter. 
4 1. A play in 2 acts. © Howard J. 
Reiter; 2Sep69; DU75259. 

NEVER SAY DIE, a screenplay by Will 
Greene (William Clayton Greene) & 
William M. Green. 127 1. © wm 

DU74988*' "^^^^^"^ "• °'"^^"; 29JU169; 

THE NEW AMERICA, a perpetual play by Roy 
Culver. 22 1. Five scenes. © Roy 
Culver; 30Jun69; DU74746 . 

NB'f CHAUTAUQUA. See 

PLAYWRIGHTS FOB TOMORROW. 

A NEW CURRICULUM IN THE HUMANITIES, by 
Lois & Kenneth Cohen. 11 1. Lec- 
ture. ® Lois Cohen 8: Kenneth Cohen; 
l8Mar69; C21873. 

HEW HORIZONS, PROFIT STYLE, by Carl E. 
Podlasky. 4l 1. A presentation. 
Appl. author: Bureau of Business 
Practice, employer for hire. 
© Bureau of Business Praclce, Inc.; 
3Dec69; C22369. 



NEW JERSEY, THE BEAUTIFUL; NEW JERSEY, 
THE GREAT, by Max J. Rogoff. 4 1. 
© Max J. Rogoff; 17Dec69; C22456. 

THE NEW MAN, a one act play by Thomas 
Terefenko. 44 1. © Thomas Terefenko: 
21N0V69; DU75835. 

NEW MEANS OP PROMOTING BUSINESS IN THE 
BUILDING TRADE, by P. Patrick Wilson. 
1 V. © P. Patrick Wilson; 17Dec69; 
C22457 . 

NEW PARENT LEARNS TO LIVE liflTH BABY. 
See 

MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY; THE NEW 
PARENT LEARNS TO LIVE WITH BABY. 

NEW SOUNDS IN AMERICAN FICTION, by 
Gordon Jay Lish. 11 v. Eleven 
recording scripts. © Educational 
Development Corp.; lOAprSg; C21974 . 

THE NEW WORLD PHONOGUIDE TO PRONUNCIA- 
TION; script for recording by Willlajr, 
S. Chisholm. 6 1. Appl. authors: 
World Publishing Co. & William S. 
Chisholm. © William S. Chisholm & 
World Publishing Co.; 4Dec69; C22433. 

NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING; writer, K. E. 
Hoffman. 1 v. Filmstrip script. 
® Graphic Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; 
C22216. 

NEXT TIME I'LL SING TO YOU. See 
LA PROCHAINE FOIS JE VOUS LE 
CHANTERAI . 

A NICE BUNCH OF HARD WORKING GIRLS 
TRYING TO MAKE A LIVING, by C. Y. 
Lee. 94 1. Two acts. © C.Y. Lee; 
10Sep69; DU75310. 

NIGHT BETINA PACKED HER BAGS. See 
HETINA, MY LOVE. 

NIGHT PLIGHT; book & lyrics by Bobble 
Kassan: music by Robert Miles. 2 v 
A musical play. © Bobbie Kassan & 
Robert Miles; 29Dec69; DU75992. 

THE NIGHT HAWK, by Maurice Slegel. 
o4 1. A play in 2 acts. ® Maurice 
Slegel; 10Dec69; DU75919. 

NIGHT OF THE GHOST, by Ann Nieto. 
Franilin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 
13 p. (Eldridge popular one-act 
playscripts) © Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
15Dec69: DP7188. 

NIGHTS OF CABARA, a screenplay by 
Herman Sklobachov, pseud, of Peter 
Elbling. 72 1. Book & lyrics onlv 
© Herman Sklobachov; l6jul69- 
DU74870. ' 

NO ALTERATIONS, a play in one act by 
Celeste Raspanti. Chicago, Drajnatio 
Pub. Co. 47 D. © Celeste Raspanti: 
6Aug69; DP7088. 

NO ANSWER, by William Hanley. 
(In Collision course, by Edward 
Parone. New York, Random House, 
p. 112-114) © William Hanley; 3Deo68; 
DP7053. 

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, a play by 
Ethel Elrod & Prank Tashlin. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Frank Tashlin & 
Ethel S. Elrod; 15Aug69; DU75116. 

NO GREATER GIFT, a Christmas play by 
Richard Robinson. Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Co. 16 p. Three 
acts. © Rodeheaver Co. : 26seD6Q- 
DP7133. '■ 

NO HAPPY ENDINGS, a musical In two acts 
by Ted Loupus (Sidney Loupus); music 
by Sally Emory; lyrl^'s by Sally Emory 
5: Ted Loupus. 2 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as All's well with Will, 
70ct58, DU47752. NM: music & lyrics 
added. © Sidney Loupus & Sally Emory; 
2Dec69; DU75890. 



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NO MESSAGE. See 

TWO ORIGIHAL PLAYS: NO MESSAGE, ON A 
MOTORCYCLE YOU GOTTA RIDE BEHIND. 

NO MOURNING AFTER DARK, a television 
play In two pt. ... by Michael Kassln. 
15 1. © Michael Kassln; 4Aug69; 
DU75030 . 

THE NO MOVEMENT; screenplay by Gerald 
A. Browne. 125 1. © Gerald A. 
Browne; 3Jul69; DU7'j8o6. 

THE NO-NAME JITO, by Irving Morton 
Cohen. l66 1. A play. © Irving 
Morton Cohen; 12Aug69; DU75086. 

NO PBINANUS, by E. C. Sedberry. 23 1. 
Script. © E. C. Sedberry; 25Deo69; 
0221*78. 

NO ROOM IN THE INN GROUP, by William M. 
Schwein, Jr. Downers Grove, 111., 
Contemporary Drama Service. 19 p. 
Two scenes. Appl . author: Arthur 
Meriwether, Inc., employer for hire 
of William M. Schwein, Jr. © Arthur 
Meriwether, Inc.; 15Sep6g; DF('153. 

NO SHIT! Musical comedy with thirteen 
characters by Ruby C. Saunders. 

1 V. Two acts. Book only. © Ruby 
Constance Saunders; ljul69; DU7l*750. 

WO SOONER WON THAN WED, a three act 
musical melodrama by Donald Reed. 
Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama Service. 

2 V. © Pioneer Drama Service; 
15Aug69; DP7119. 

NOCHE DE LOS ASESINOS. See 
LA NUIT DES ASSASSINS. 

NOISE, a scenario for actors, musicians 
and audiences by Emily Leider. 9 1. 
Three scenes. © Emily Leider; 
30Sep69; DU75'*98. 

NON-CALCULOUS GALL BLADDER. 8 1. 
Appl. author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn 
Co.; lAug69; 022048. 

NORMA; lyric tragedy in two acts. 
Music by Vincenzo Bellini; libretto 
by Felice Romani; English translation 
by William Weaver. Ed. 28o8. New 
York, G. Schlrmer. 17 p. (G. Schir- 
mer's collection of opera librettos) 
Libretto. © G. Schlrmer, Inc.; 
29Aug69; DP7137. 
NORTON CRITICAL EDITIONS. See 

THE WILD DUCK. 
NOT BY BREAD ALONE, a play in three 
acts by Thelma McCarver Sims. I03 1. 
© Thelma McCarver Sims; 31Jul69: 
DU7500lt. ' 

NOT THAT TREE AGAIN, by Jaye Montana, 
pseud, of Robert E. Cannon. 19 1. 
A play. © Robert E. Cannon; 20Nov69; 
DU75796. 

NOT TO BE, a play in two acts by Brad 
Gromelski (Bradford A. Gromelskl) 
1 v. © Bradford A. Gromelski; 
200c t69; DU75603. 

NOTHING FOR SOMETHING, by Harry T. 
Ferris. 98 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Harry T. Ferris; 10Jul69; DU7't8ll. 

NOTORIOUS PIECES, including the New 
York one acts, the Toronto one acts, 
the Miami one acts, by Alexander 
Panas. 1 v. I3 plays. © Alexander 
Panas; 8sep69; DU75393- 

NOW, a play with music in two acts by 
Milton Ward. 1 v. © Milton Ward; 
28JUI69; DU7't935. 

NUDE GYMNASTICS; or. See them swing. 
A play by Tom Miller. 91. © Tom 
Miller; 220ct69; DU756't8. 

THE NUDIST COLONY, by C. Y. Lee. 85 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © C. Y. Lee- 
200ct69; DU75606. 



THE NUDISTS ARE COMING, THE NUDISTS 
ARE COMING! A new screen comedy by 
Charles E. Miller & Gerard Magavero 
333 1. © Charles E. Miller & Gerard 
Magavero; 25Jul69; DU74950. 

LA NUIT DES ASSASSINS (La noohe de los 
asesinos) By Jose Triana; adaotation 
francaise de Carlos Semprun. [Paris] 
Galllmard. 75 p. (Theatre du monde 
entier) Two acts. © on translation; 
Editions Galllmard; 30Mar69; DFO-I713. 

THE NUNS, a parable in two acts by 
Eduardo Manet; adapted by Don Parker 
& Paul Verdier. 99 1. a play in 2 
acts. © Don Parker, Paul Verdier. 
Eduardo Manet & L'Action Theatrale- 
17Sep69; DU75376. ' 

A NUN'S TALE, a comedy in one act by 
Kenneth Bird. London, New York 
S French. 28 p. (French's acting 
DPiggs" Kenneth Bird; 26jun68; 

THE NURNBERG STOVE; dramatized from the 
story by Ouida, by Lucile Brown. 

^ic''" ^n"^^^^^ scenes. © Lucile Brown; 
15Sep69; DU75346. ' 



GEN-TLE KNIGHT, a play in four acts by 
M. Witni. 99 1. © Monica Witnl; 
8Sep69; DU75317. 

0. HENRY; script adapted from stories 
by 0. Henry, pseud, of William 
Sydney Porter; music & lyrics by Nici 
Self (Bernlce G. Self) 1 v. Two 
acts. © Nici Self; 3IJUI69; DU74895. 

OBEDIAH THE GREAT, by George H. Welsh. 
51 1. A screenplay in 31* scenes. 
© George Harold Welsh; 150c t6g; 
DU75646. 

OBLOMOV, the original comedy cop-out 
by Erwin Swann. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. Based on the novel Oblomov, 
by I. A. Goncharov as translated by 
Natalie Duddlngton. © Erwin Swann; 
5Nov69; DU75812. 

EL OBRERO, JUAN GARCIA (The laborer, 
Juan Garcia) By Daniel Nleves. 5 1. 
Monolog. © Carmen Delia Nieves ; 
15Aug69; C22099. 

OBSCENITY'S END; or. The only way out 
is in. A play on morality In one act 
by J. P. Corj-ell. 22 1. © John P. 
Connell; 80ct69; DU75537. 

ODD MAN ON THE WELFARE DOLE, by Milburn 
Davis. 14 1. A play. © Milburn 
Davis; 2Sep69; DU75258. 

ODODO; screenplay by Joseph A. Walker; 
music by Dorothy A. Dinroe. 1 v. 
Three acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Joseph A. Walker; l6jul69; 
DU7t753. 

ODYSSEY, a folk-rock musical in one 
act by Paul Herekes. 26 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Paul Robert Kerekes; 

i7Jui69; DU75626. 

OEDIPUS. See 
TRAGEDIES. 

OEDIPUS REDRESSED, a play in one act by 
Arturo Parrilla. 33 1. © Arturo 
Parrllla; l8Dec69; DU75968. 



OEUVRES COMPLETES. 
THEATRE I. 
THEATRE II. 



See 



OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS, by Art King 
(Arthur H. King, Jr.) 10 1. 
An address. © Arthur H. King, Jr.; 
80ct69; 022256. 



OF THEOLOGICAL ERROR, an address inten- 
ded for oral delivery by Art Kine 
(Arthur H King, Jr.) 8 1. © Arthur 
H. King, Jr.; 8Dec69; 0221*11. 

OFFICE EDUCATION SERIES. See 

THE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, AS A 

CAREER. 
THE CLERICAL WORKER, AS A CAREER 
THE SECRETARY AS A CAREER. 
SO YOU WANT TO BE A SECRETARY 
VOCATIONAL OBJECTIVES. 

THE OFFICIAL BREMEN BAND; script by 
Paul Doll; music by Dennis Arlan, 
pseud, of Dennis Arlan Hirsohbein; 
lyrics by James Billings. 74 1. 
A play. © Paul Doll; 29Aua69: 
DU75233- 

OH, HOW I LOVE YOU! By Mae & Ruth 
Brandt. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Includes music to 1 song. © Mae & 
Ruth Brandt; 220ct69; DU75653. 

OH TELL ME PRETTY MAID, a comedy in 3 
acts by Grace Harvester (Grace 
Harvester Weyhrauch) 79 1. © Grace 
Harvester 'vJeyhrauch; 17Nov69; DU75789. 

OIL WELLS AND CATTLE ON A GOLF 
COURSE. See 
US GOLFERS CURSE YOU, WIDOW KIMSOCK. 

THE OLD MILLIONAIRES' REST HOME, by 
Jared Pidgeon. 6 1. Monolog. 
© Jared Pidgeon; 9Jul69; 021945. 

OLD TASK, NEW PLAN; writer, June Eshel- 
man. 1 v. Filmstrip script. 
© Graphic Research, Inc.; 7Aue69: 
C22213 . 

ON A MOTORCYCLE YOU GOTTA RIDE BEHIND 
See 

TWO ORIGINAL PLAYS: NO MESSAGE, ON A 
MOTORCYCLE YOU GOTTA RIDE BEHIND. 

ON A POMPOUS OCCASION, a farce in 1 
scene by Jay Anuskiewicz (James M. 
Anuskiewicz) 8 1. © Jay 
Anuskiewicz; l4Aug69; DU75102. 

ON A STAIRCASE TO SIRIUS, by L. M. 
Sullivan (Mary Eileen Sullivan)' 
123 1. Two acts. © M. Sullivan; 
4Aug69; DU75036. 

ON THE CORNER OF CHERRY AND ELSEWHERE, 
a play in layers by Jeannie Lee. 
1 V. Includes music to 3 songs. 
© Jeannie Lee; 2Jul69; DU74895. 

ON WITH THE MOTLEY, by Jack Ragsdale. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Jack 
Ragsdale; 3OJUI69; DU74995. 

ONAWANDA, INDIAN BOY; dramatized by 
Lucile Brown from a story by Louisa 
May Alcott. 37 1. Three scenes. 
© Lucile Brown; llAug69; DU75076. 

ONCE MORE AROUND, by Franceen Louis 
Ballas. 1 V. A screenplay. 
© Franceen Louis Ballas; 25Sep69- 
DU75457. > ^ y :^, 

ONCE, ON THE ROAD PROM DAIAT. See 
A BEAUTIFUL SUNDAY. 

ONCE ROUND ON THE SPIRAL, a play in 
three acts with prologue & epilogue 
by Charles Edwin Anderson. I33 1. 
With lyrics. Appl. states prev. reg. 
i960, DU50234; 196?, DU55929. 
© Charles Edwin Anderson; 3OJUI69; 
DU74998. 

ONCE THERE WAS A GARDEN, a choral 
reading by Ann Billups. Downers 
Grove, 111., Contemporary Drama 
Service. 7 p. Appl. author: Arthur 
Meriwether, Inc., employer for hire 
of Ann Billups. © Arthur Meriwether, 
Inc.; 15Sep69; DP7151. 



THE ONE ACT PLAY, a laboratory for 
drama by James J. Greene. New York, 
Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 84 p. 
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THE ONE ACT PLAY. -Con. 

Riders to the sea, by John Milllngton 
Synge. — Miss Julie, by August Strind- 
berg. — Impromptu, by Tad Mosel. 
MM; acknowledgments, introd. & ques- 
tions. ® Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 
Inc.; 2Jan69; A87809. 



ONE DIVIDED, a play in three acts by 
Thomas Mark McTigue. 61 1. 

© Thomas M. McTigue; 220ct69; 
DU75652. 

ONE HALF OF TWO, by Gerald Prueltt. 
26 1. Screenplay. © Gerald Prueitt; 
28JUI69; DU749Y3. 

THE $100,000 NIGGER; or. You can take 
the nigger out of the country, but — . 
A two-act play by Milburn Davis. 
32 1. © Milburn Davis; 5Nov69; 
DU75734 . 

100 WORDS FOR SNOW, a one act play by 
Larry S. Raiken (Lawrence S. Raiken) 
20 1. © Larry S. Raiken; 24Nov69; 
DU758^t- 

ONE MAN'S FAMILY. See 
JEKA. 

ONE MAM'S HEAVEN, by Julian Brown. 
Cody, Wye, Pioneer Drama Service. 
30 p. ■!) Pioneer Drama Service; 
lSep67; DP? 113. 

ONE MORE ROUND, by William Slavin. 

101 1. A musical screenplay. Book & 
lyrics only. © William Slavin; 
2Jul6"; DU7'+715. 

ONE MORE TIME, an original play by 
David L. Wilson & Robert P. Sacchl. 
1 V. Eight scenes. With music. 
© Robert P. Sacchi & David L. Wilson; 
5Sep69; DU7528I. 



1001 ARABIAN NIGHTS. 
SCHEHERAZADE. 



See 



ONE VOLUME ENCYCLOPEDIAS, by Violet 
Priestley. Ih 1. Filmstrip script. 
© Violet Priestley d.b.a. Library 
Filmstrip Center; 8Deo69; C22424. 

THE ONE WAY OMNIBUS, by David Haviland . 
87 1. A musical play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © David Havi- 
land; 19Aug69; DU75410. 

THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN, by Frank D. 
Gilroy. New York, Random House. 
105 p. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 28Aug67, DU695OI. NM: revision. 
© Frank D. Gilroy; 7Jan69 (in notice: 
1968); DF7015. 

ONLY THE STRONG SURVIVE, by Peg 
Edwards (Margaret Louise Edwards) 
20 1. A screenplay. © Margaret 
Louise Edwards; 27Aug69; DU75221 . 

ONLY WAY OUT IS IN. See 
OBSCENITY'S END. 

OP. CIT., by Jeannette Clift. 1 v. A 
Clay, In 3 acts. © Jeannette Clift; 
8Sep69; DU75287. 

OPERA: THE DELINQUENT PRIEST, by 

Melville C. Blair. 1 v. ® Melville 
C. Blair; 22Sep69; DU75548. 

OPERA ZODIAC, by Juliet M. Parlos. 4 1. 
Radio script. © Juliet M. Parlos; 
2Dec69; C22374. 

OPERATION FOG-OUT, by Irving M. Cohen. 
127 1. A play in 9 scenes. 
© Irving Morton Cohen; 12Aug69; 
DU75087 . 

OPUS ONE, by Michael Douglas Bain. 
1 V. O Michael Douglas Bain; 
27Sep69; DP7155. 



ORAISON. See 
THEATRE I. 

THE ORANGE SQUEEZER, a comedy in three 
acts & five scenes by Robert Rombola. 
118 1. © Robert A. Rombola; 17Sep69; 
DU75372. 

ORIENTAL SERIES. See 

THE YOUNGER BROTHER DON YOD. 

OSTEOPOROSIS. 4 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn 
Co.; llAug69; C22085. 

OUR BETTERS. See 
THREE COMEDIES. 

OUR BOY TOM, as American as July 4th. 
A musical for the young, old and in- 
between; based on The adventures of 
Tom Sawyer, by Mark Twain; music, 
lyrics & book by Guy Keith, pseud, of 
Robert J. Amodea. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Robert J. Amodea; 13Aug69; DP7150. 

OUR BUDDY, BERNARD, a teleplay by 
Brian Charles Monahan. 12 1. 
© Brian Charles Monahan; 15Aug69; 
DU75I34. 

OUR FRIENDS, THE INSTRUMENTS; written, 
produced, directed & narrated by 
Charles Blackman. Program J, video- 
tape project. 22 1. © Charles 
Blackman; 18Nov69; C22367 . 

OUR GORGON'S GLARE IN THOUGHT, THE 
TRANSPARENT SHIELD. See 
UBU ROSCOE. 

OUR MOTHER'S HOUSE. See 

TAKING THE SUN IN THE TWENTIETH 
CENTURY. 

OUR TOWN. See 

THE ACT ADD THE IMAGE. 

OUT AT SEA. See 
SIX PIAYS. 

OUT BEYOND THE WINDOW; words & music 
by Rod McKuen. 2 I. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l6Dec68, EU897I3. NM: 
additions. © Editions Chanson Co.; 
I4jul69; C21953. 

OUT OF A PIT, by Smith Anderson Hopkins, 
songwriter. 9 1. © Smith Anderson 
Hopkins; 60ct69; C22392. 

OUT OF THE VEINS OF AUTUMN LEAVES, a 
play in two acts by Mike Major 
(Michael Major) 71 1. © Michael 
Major; l6jul69; DU74865. 

OUT OF THIS WORLD, a musical revue by 
Bob Kenney; additional material by 
John Stasey. 1 v. Book fc lyrics 
only. © Bob Kenney; 23Jul69; 
DU7493I. 

THE OUT PATIENT, a play in three acts 
by Paul Workman. 98 1. © Paul C. 
Workman; 22Aug69; DU75180. 

OVER HERE, by Howard Schoenfeld (Samuel 
Schoenfeld) 30 1. A play. © Howard 
Schoenfeld; 7Nov69; DU75750. 

OWED TO MRS. WINTERS, by Bruce E. 
McDade. 17 1. A play. ® Bruce E. 
HcDade; 6nov69; DU75742. 



PACHI, a play in three acts by Robert 
Harrison Hlnes. I06 p. © Robert 
Harrison Hines; lJun69; DP7038. 

A PACK OF RASCALS, a play in one act by 
Fred Cannichael. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 22 p. ® Walter H. Baker 
Co.; 25Nov69; DP7184. 

THE PAINTER, a one act play by Burton 
Snyder. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama 
Service. 13 p. © Pioneer Drama 
Service; lSep67; DP7114 . 



PALIKIMAS; vieno veiksmo triju paveikslu 
drama by Anatoli jus Kairys. 73 p. 
® Anatoli jus Kairys; I60ct69; DP7145. 

LA PALOMILLA, la vida de Jose Anibal 
Gerena Lafontaine, alias La Palomilla 
by Tony Rigus Guzman. 148 1. A 
screenplay. © Tony Rigus Guzman; 
30ct69; DU75496. 

PANTEA, nel mistero della Rincarnazione; 
dramma lirico in tre atti e quattro 
quadri di Gerlando Lentini; musica 
di Michele Lizzi. Milano, Edlzioni 
Curci. 49 p. Libretto. © Edlzioni 
Curci; 15Jul69; DF2020. 

PAPP, a comedy in two acts by Kenneth 
Cameron. Dramatists Play Service. 
52 p. © Kenneth Cameron; 18Nov69; 
DP7174. 

THE PARADISE KID, a comedy in three 
acts by Donna de Matteo. 1 v. 
© Donna de Matteo; 4nov69; DU75761. 

PARADISE, PURGATORY AMD PENTAGON. See 
THE DIVINE TRAGEDY. 

PARIS IS out; a comedy by Richard Seff. 
1 V. Two acts. ® Richard Seff; 
5Dec69; DU75976. 

PARIS '29, by Claudia Hatch (Claudia 
Hatch Stearns) 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Claudia Hatch Stearns; 
I30ct69; DU75582. 

PARK AVENUE, a play by M. Moltner. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Murray Moltner; 4Sep69; 
DU75278. 

PARLOR GAMES, a one act play by William 
Derringer. I8 1. ® William 
Derringer; 26sep69; DU75635. 

PART OF HIM, a play by Stuart Lyons. 
87 1. Three acts. ® Stuart Lyons; 
i4Ju169; DU74844. 

PARTIAL REPORT ON SNIFFLES, A DOG-TYPE 
PERSON'S CAREER TO JULY FIRST 1969, an 
address & report by Harvey A. Shiffer 
for oral delivery. 1 v. Appl. au- 
thor: Sniffles, Dog-Type Person Foun- 
dation, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Sniffles, Dog-Type Person Founda- 
tion, Inc.; 310ct69; C22380. 

THE PARTY. See 
SIX PLAYS. 

PASIONES DIABOLICAS, por Jose Gonzalez 
Prieto. 123 1. A screenplay. 
© Jose Gonzalez Prieto; l8Sep69; 
DU75399. 

A PASSAGE TO INDIA, a play in three 
acts by Santha Rama Rau (Vasanthi 
Rama Rau Bowers) From the novel by 
E. M. Forster. London, S. French. 
82 p. (French's acting edition) 
Appl. states prev. reg. i960. 
© E. M. Forster & Vasanthi Rama 
Rau Bowers; 13Jun6l; DF2009. 

THE PASSIONATE QUEST, the Shaker legend 
by Philip Barber; from an idea and 
research by Walter Wilson; music 
selected and adapted by Philip Barber. 
1 V. Two acts. NM: text & 4 songs. 
® Philip Barber; 220ct69; DU7563I. 

THE PASSIONATE WOMEN AT GLYNN. See 
WRITING AND DIRECTING TWO FULL-LENGTH 
PLAYS. 

PASSIONELLA. See 
THE APPLE TREE. 

PATRICK'S DREAM, a one act play by 
Thomas Terefenko. '*? 1. © Thomas 
Terefenko; 26Aug69; DU75209. 

A PATRIOT FOR ME, by John Osborne. 
London, Faber & Faber. 128 p. 
3 acts. ® John Osborne Productions, 
Ltd.; 27Jan66 (in notice: 1965); 
DF2019. 



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PATRIOT FOR ME. See 
UN BON PATRIOTE. 

THE PAUSE THAT CONFESSES AND THE PAUSE 
THAT PROFESSES, by Jacob Freedman. 
Sheet. © Jacob Freedman; 25Jul69; 
C22242. 

PAYMENTS, by Martin Duberman. 1 v. 
A play In 3 acts. ® Martin Duberman; 
13Nov69; DU75779. 

PEACE CORPS HANHA; written & created 
for a projected TV series by Richard 
Demro, pseud, of Domenlc A. DlMarlo. 
20 1. © Domenlc A. DiMario k.a. 
Richard Dl Mario; 9Sep69; DU75302. 

PEACE ON EARTH, by Anka Strauss. 11 1. 
Screenplay. © Anka Strauss; 10ct69; 
DU75565. 

PEDIATRIC PSYCHIATRY. It 1. Appl. 
author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; 
lAug69; C22036. 

PEEL ME A GRAPE, by Michael Pltkow. 
100 1. A play in 5 acts. © Michael 
Pltkow; 5 Sep 69; DU75285. 

PEGGY, by Laura Koepke. 4 v. Four 
teleplays. Contents: Good-bye New 
York, hello Indy. — Las Vegas will 
never forget us. — HI there. I'm 
your kool kola kitty. — It happened in 
Mallbu. © Laura Koepke; 2Jul69; 
DU74936. 

PENNY WHISTLE, by Amar Tanager, pseud. 
of Ann Marie Pulakos. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Ann Marie Pulakos; 
15Dec69; DU75950. 

PENTHEUS DEAD, by Lenning Davis, Jr. 
1 V. A play In 5 acts. Based on 
The Bacchae, by Euripedes, © Lenning 
A. Davis, Jr.; 2i*Jun69; DU75048. 

THE PEOPLE OP THE PAST, a play in 1 
scene by Jay Anuskiewlcz (James M. 
Anuskiewlcz) 6 1. © Jay Anuskiewlcz; 
7Jul69; DU7'i763. 

THE PEOPLE OF THE PLANES, a play in one 
act by Colin Clift (Donald Clift) 
89 1. © Colin Clift; 7Nov69; DU75755. 

PEOPLE, THE CHANGELINGS, a one act play 
by Joe Taylor Ford. 26 1. © Joe 
Taylor Ford; 30ct69; DU75't9£- 

PEOPLE, THE GOLDEN YEARS, a one act 
play by Joe Taylor Ford. 41 1. 
© Joe Taylor Ford; 30ct69; DU75493. 

THE PERFECT MATCH, a one-act play by 
William Derringer. 6 1. © William 
Derringer; 70ct69; DU75549. 

PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by George Lyman 
Klttredge; rev. by Irving Ribner. 
Waltham, Mass., Blalsdell Pub. Co. 
99 P- (The Kittredge Shakespeares) 
5 acts. © Blalsdell Pub. Co., a divi- 
sion of Ginn & Co.; 10Jul69; A104o60. 

THE PERIPATETIC BABTHOLOMEW BONE, by 
Frederick G. Walsh. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Frederick G. Walsh; 10ct69; 
DU75't83 . 

EEKRAULT STORY. See 
CINDERELLA, 

PERSAE. See 
THE PERSIANS. 

THE PERSIANS, by John Lewin. 47 1. 
A play. Freely adapted from the 
Persae of Aeschylus. © John Lewin; 
14 May 69; DU74707. 

PERSON UNKNOWN, a play in two acts 
adapted by David Butler from an 
original play by Olive Chase & 
'Stanley Clayton. London, New York, 



S. French. 91 p. (French's acting 
edition) © David Butler, Olive 
Chase & Stanley Clayton; 120ct65: 
DF2007 . 

PERSONALITIES IN BLACK, by Lewis Walker, 
Steven Robert Schrier & Michael Arthur 
Phillips. Series 1-20. 1 v. 20 
radio scripts. © Lewis Walter & 
Steven Robert Schrier; 3Nov69; C22353. 

PETER SENT ME, by Robert Wesley Martin. 
45 1. A play. © Robert Wesley Mar- 
tin; 3Dec69; DU75896. 

THE PETTICOAT PATRIOTS, by Laura 
Rhoads Aruffo. 20 1. A play. 
© Laura Rhoads Aruffo; 26Aug69; 
DU75213- 

PHILOSOPHY IN A BEDROOM, by the 
Marquis de Sade; an illustrated 
lecture adapted for the stage by 
Josef Bush; translated by Josef Bush. 
1 v. A play In 2 acts. Appl. ti. : 
De Sade illustrated. © Josef Bush; 
22Sep69; DU75388. 

PHOTOTYPOGRAPHY, A CHALLENGING OPPORTU- 
NITY; paper given at Vision '69, the 
International Center for the Communi- 
cations Arts & Sciences, by Carl P. 
Palmer. 36 1. A slide lecture. 
© Carl Pfelffer Palmer; 25Nov69; 
C22384. 

PHYVLIS IN PHONICLAND, by Sara Wright 
Bembry. 1 v. A musical play. Book 
8= lyrics only. © Sara Wright Bembry; 
21Aug69; DU75161. 

A PHYSIOLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE YUCCA- 
AGAVE CO^^'ROVERSY, to be delivered 
orally to scientific groups by Frank 
R. Davis. 10 1. © Frank R. Davis; 
llDeo69; C22415. 

PICCADILLY WEEPERS. 2 1. Appl. 
author: Upjohn Co. ® Upjohn Co.; 
lAug69; C22041. 

THE PICKLE, by Robert Barash. 94 1. 
A screenplay. © Robert F. Barash; 
27Aug69; DU75225 . 

THE PICNIC, a play in 3 acts by Ann 
Elena Gordon (Ann Elena Gordon 
Levine) 1 v. © Ann Gordon Levine; 
25Aug69; DU7519't- 

A PIECE OF STEAK, by Jack London. A 
play in one act adapted by Edward 
Darby, pseud, of Edward Udovick. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 50 p. 
©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 290ct69; BFJlSl . 

THE PIED PIPER, a play for children by 
Anne Coulter Martens. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 83 p. Two acts. 
© Dramatic Pub. Co.; 290ot69; DP7166. 

THE PIED PIPER; dramatized by Lucile 
Brown. 22 1. © Lucile Brown; 
I40ct69; DU7559O. 

PIERRE'S TREAT; recording script for 
S. S. Kresge Co. by Jam Handy Pro- 
ductions. 10 1. © S. S. Kresge Co.; 
2Jul69; C21920. 

PIETER BRUEGEL, a fable with music; 
book by Charles O'Neal; lyrics by 
Josef Marais & Charles O'Neal; music 
by Josef Marais. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Josef Marais & Charles O'Neal; 
16Ju169; DU74869. 

PIETERMARITZBURG, a new play by T. J. 
Spencer. 52 1. © T. J. Spencer; 
lAug69; DU75021. 

THE PIG PEN, by Ed Bulllns. 79 1. 

A screenplay. © Ed Bulllns; 17Sep69; 
DU75367 . 

PIG PLAY. See 

FOUR FRCM ELLSWORTH WHIMBY. 



PINGAZOO; book, music & lyrics by 
Winifred Schramm; story by Winifred 
Schramm. 56 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
songs prev. reg. 31May6l, EU673146; 
26Feb69, EUIOI899. NM: story. 
© Winifred Schramm; 7Jul69; DU74755 . 

FINOCCHIO, adapted by Bobbye Russell 
Durrett. 50 1. Two acts. Adapta- 
tion of story Adventures of Pinocchio, 
by Carlo Collodi, pseud, of Carlo 
Lorenzini. © Bobbye Russell Durrett; 
25Aug69; DU751tt. 

THE PIPER OF BULL PEN, an historical 
drama in two acts by Kenneth Robbins. 
78 1. © Kenneth Robbins; lAug69; 
DU75629. 

PISTOL IN THE PRAYER MEETING; or. The 
sufferings of a satyagrahi. A play 
in 14 scenes by I. Jesudasan. 70 1. 
© Ignatius Jesudasan; 13Aug69; 
DU75511. 

PIXIE IN THE PET SHOP. See 
HERE COMES PIXIE. 

PIXIE ON A PICNIC. See 
HERE COMES PIXIE. 

PLANET OF THE WINDS, a creative 
musical play for children by Ruth 
Sadler & Dorothy Doane. New York, 
Children's Musical Plays. 21 p. 
© Children's Musical Plays, Inc.; 
17Jul69; DP7031. 

THE PLANETARIUM. See 

GOING PLACES IN THE CITY. 

PLANNING FOR SUCCESS. 13 1. A book- 
let. Appl. author: Renn Enterprises, 
Ltd. © Renn Enterprises, Ltd.; 
llAug69; C22173. 

PLASTER, by Lawrence Alson. 

(In Collision course, by Edward 
Parone. New York, Random House, 
p. 129-134) © Lawrence Alson; 3Dec68; 
DP7055 . 

THE PLASTIC BANK ACCOUNT, a comedy in 
three acts by Wm. Vaughn. 1 v. 
© Wm. Vaughn; 270ct69; DU75698. 

PLAY IT BY EAR, a stark parody in 
seven scenes by Gregory Reardon 
(Raoul Germain Gregory Reardon) 1 v. 
© Raoul Germain Gregory Reardon; 
2Sep69; DU75252. 

PLAYGROUND, a play by Joseph Curran. 

28 1. © Joseph L. Curran; 17Sep69; 

DU75512. 
PLAYING GAMES WITH MOTHER, by Henry 

Thomas. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 

© Henry J. Thomas; 22Aug69; DU75176. 

PLAYS, by Anton Chekhov; with an introd. 
& appreciation by Arnold B. McMillin; 
original lllus. by Mette Ivers; 
editor of series, Courtlandt Canby. 
[Geneve] Distributed by Heron Books. 
(Books that have changed man's 
thinking) © on foreword, Introd. & 
appreciation; Edito-Servlce, S.A.; 
8May69; AFO-58920. 

PLAYS, by D. H. Lawrence with an introd. 
by Malcolm Elwin; original 
illus. by Patrick Rixson. [Geneve] 
Distributed by Heron Books. (D. H. 
Lawrence, complete works) 551 p. 
© on introd.; Edito-Servlce, S.A.; 
13May69; AFO-58912. © on lllus.; 
Edito-Servlce, S.A.; 13May69; 
AFO-58913. 

PLAYS FOR HOLLY DAYS, by various 
authors. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
108 p. Appl. authors: Anne Coulter 
Martens, Kurtz Gordon, & Dorothy 
C. Allan. ©Walter H. Baker Co.; 
12Nov69; DF7169- 



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PLAYS FROM SCRIPTURE; for ages 5-13 by 
Adele Schneider. 1 v. © Adele 
Schneider; 4Mar69; DP7179. 

PLAYS IN SWAHILIj for Swahlll language 
students by All Ahmed Jahadhmy; with 
English translation by Suzanna 
Bushnell. Madison, Wis., College 
Print. & Typing Co. 141 p. English 
& Swahili. © Ali Ahmed Jahadhmy & 
Suzanna Bushnell; 28Mar69; A100594. 

PLAYS WITHOUT WORDS, PLAYS ON WORDS, 
by Fritz Hunrath (Frederick Karl 
Hunrath) 1 v. © Fritz Hunrath; 
15Sep69; DIJ75840. 

PLAYWRIGHTS FOR TOMORROW, edited, with 
an introd., by Arthur H. Ballet. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota. 
160 p. (a Collection of plays, v.5 ) 
Contents: Fair beckoning one, by 
Sarah Monson Koebrick. — The new 
Chautauqua, by Frederick Gaines. 
NM: introd, & compilation. © Univer- 
sity of Minnesota; 2Sep69; Aioesol* . 

PLAYWRIGHTS FOR TOMORROW, edited, with 
an introd., by Arthur H. Ballet. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota. 
142 p. (A Collection of plays, v. 6) 
Contents: The thing Itself, by Arthur 
Sainer. — The marriage test, by 
Jonathan Cillman. — The end of the 
world; or. Fragments from a work in 
progress, by Keith Neilson. NM: 
Introd. & compilation. © University 
of Minnesota; 2Sep69; A106505 . 

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: arr . by Wil- 
liam York. 2 1. © Tarheel Music; 
26nov69; C22435. 

PLOKAPURPLE, by Stephen C. Braswell. 
4 1. A play. © Stephen Craig 
Braswell; 29Sep69; DU75475. 

THE POACHERS. See 

THE VANITY OF NOTHING. 

PODER DE DEUS AO NOSSO ALCAHCE (God's 
pov/er at hand) Conferencia sobre 
a Ciencia Crista por William Henry 
Alton. 31 1. Appl. author: Henrique 
Gelber. Appl. states prev. reg. 
21Mar66, CI8456; prev. pub. 21Jan68, 
A90120. NM: translation. © William 
Henry Alton; 3Nov69; C22313. 

POINT OP PURCHASE DISPLAY; writer. Ken 
Hoffman. 1 v. Fllmstrip script. 
© Graphic Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; 
C22219. 

THE POISONED SWORD, a musical play for 
children; book & lyrics by Sarah 
Clark, pseud, of Sarah Schwartz, 
music by Aristotle Panagako. 2 v. 
Two acts. © Sarah (Clark) Schwartz 
& Aristotle Peter Panagako; 22Aug69; 
DL75183. 

THE POLICE. See 
SEC PLAYS. 

POLITICAL PARTICIPATION, DIALECTIC OR 
DIALOGUE? By Nancy J. Young. 
37 1. A talk. © Nancy J. Young & 
Prlnoipia Corp.; l8Aug69; C22092. 

POLYGAMIST, by Lavnrence Thlndlu. 36 1. 
A play In 1 act. ® Lawrence Thlndlu; 
22Dec69; DU75988. 

POLYNESIAN POT PARTY. See 
BOTTOMS UP DOWN UNDER. 

THE PORNIES OF PAYTON JUNCTION, the 
original pilot script by Martin 
Winkler. Hackensack, N.J., Serio- 
comic Press. 53 p. © Martin 
Winkler; 7Jul69; A89534. 

PORTRAIT OF CHRISTAL, a one-act play 
by Linda S. Goldberg. 45 1. 
® Linda Sheryl Goldberg; 23JUI69: 
DU7't932. 



A PORTRAIT OF NEO JUSTICE, a plav bv 
Thomas W. Ploetz. 129 1. Two" acts. 
© Thomas W. Ploetz; IOJUI69; DU74818. 

THE POSEUR, by David S. Lifson. 93 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © David S. Lifson; 
7Jul69; DU74778. 

POSSESSION; screenplay by Ramon 
Gordon with Ellinor R. Mitchell. 
82 1. © Ramon Gordon & Ellinor R. 
Mitchell; l8jul69; DU74893. 

POUND, an original screenplay by 

Robert Downey. 42 1. © Pound Films, 
Ltd. & Robert Downey; 4Sep69; DU7538^ . 

LA POUPEE; comedie en six tableaux par 
Audlbertl. [Paris] Galllmard. 
102 p. (Le Manteau d'Arlequin) 
From the novel. © Editions Galllmard; 
lApr69; DFO-1693. 

POWERS AND PRINCIPALITIES, by Charles W. 
Gregory. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Charles W. Gregory; l5Jul69; 
DU74732. 

PRACTICAL GENETIC COUNSELING. 9 1. 
Tape recording script. Appl. au- 
thor: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; 
llAug69; C22171. 

PRAYER TO THE SACRED HEART IN TIME OF 
LONELINESS, by Joseph Edward Ryan. 
Sheet. © Joseph Edward Ryan; 230ct69; 
022269. 

PRAYER WEAVERS, by Jacob Freedman. 
Sheet. ® Jacob Freedman; 23Jul69; 
C 22243 . 

PRECISION TOOLS. See 

[BASIC MACHINE SHOP PRACTICES] 

PREFACE TO A WANTON QUEEN, a play in 
three acts by Sharyn Abramhoff. 
1 V. © Sharyn M. Abramhoff; 25Nov69; 
DU75853. 

PRELUDE TO CHRISTMAS, a complete Christ- 
mas program for all ages by Doris 
Louise Seger. 1 v. With music. 
© Scripture Press Publications, Inc.; 
I6JUI69; A104080. 

PRELUDE TO DIE MEISTERSINGER VON 
NUERNBERG, RICHARD WAGNER. See 
LECTURES ON ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTING, 
Chap. 4. 

PRELUDE TO THE MUSIC MAKERS CONCERTO; 
words & music by W. David Mohr. 
Sheet. © Nell Music, Inc.; 60ct69; 
C22258. 

PREMISES, PREMISES, an original, 

satirical, musical revue with words, 
music & book by Morris Bobrow. 1 v. 
© Morris Bobrow; 8Aug69; DU75070. 

PREPARING FOR AN INTERVIEW; writer, 
Marita Kasper. 1 v. Fllmstrip 
script. © Graphic Research, Inc.; 
7Aug69; C22210. 

THE PRESIDENT'S CREW: or. Grant's folly. 
Screenplay by Michael Wayne Shires. 
81 1. © Michael Wayne Shires; 
22Aug69; DU75179. 
PRESTON MARTIN, by Chet Weld (D. Chester 
Weld) 83 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© D. Chester Weld; 100ct69; DU75569. 

PREVENTING THE SECOND MYOCARDIAL IN- 
FARCTION. 9 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Upjohn Co. Appl. tl.: 
Preventing the second infarction. 
© Upjohn Co.; llAug69; C22075. 

THE PRICE OF ADMISSION, by David 
Aldrlch. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© David Beals Aldrlch; 300ct69; 
DU75716. 



PRICE OF RETRIBUTION. 
TIME RAN OUT. 



See 



PRINCE OP BOHEMIA, a play in two acts 
by Michael D. O'Reilly. 115 1 
DU7528r^ "■ °'^""y5 5Sep69;' 

THE PRINCESS AND THE GOBLINS, drama- 
tized from The MacDonald story, by 
Luclle Brown. 37 1. A musical play 
in 4 scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© Luclle Brown; 31Jul69; DU75016. 

PRINCESS YOURSELF AND THE WICKED WITCH, 
by Kathleen McCarthy, pseud, of 
Kathleen L. Soreide. 59 1. A musi- 
cal screenplay. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Kath- 
leen McCarthy; 19Sep69; DU754o8. 

PRINCIPAL FOR A DAY, an episode of the 
Bill Cosby Show by Roger Dobkowitz. 
35 1. © Roger Dobkowitz; 15Dec69; 
DU75948. 

PRINCIPLES OF EFFICIENT THINKING; lec- 
tures one through five by Barbara 
Branden. 1- v. © Barbara Branden; 
25Nov69; C22400. 

PRINCIPLES OF EFFICIENT THINKING; lec- 
tures six through ten, by Barbara 
Branden. 1 v. © Barbara Branden; 
22Deo69; C22474. 

PRIVATE LIFE OF A DOCTOR'S WIFE (Being 
a doctor's wife) 6 1. Appl. author: 
Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; 150ct69; 
C22296. 

PRIZE CONTEST PLAYS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, 
a collection of royalty-free, one- 
act plays for drama contests and 
festivals; edited by A. S. Buraok. 
Boston, Plays, Inc. 342 p. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Plays, 
Inc.; 10Sep69; A94431. 

LA PROCHAINE FOIS JE VOUS LE CHANTERAI 
(Next time I'll sing to you) By 
James Saunders; tradult de I'anglals 
par Jacques Brunlus. [Paris] 
Galllmard. 87 p. (Theatre du raonde 
entier) Two acts. © on translation; 
Editions Galllmard; 51Mar69; DPO-1714 

THE PRODUCT, by Wanda Evans Coleman; 
alternate script with addition of 
Rufus, by Frank Joseph. 34 1. A 
play. © Wanda Evans Coleman & Frank 
James Joseph; 5Nov69; DU75737. 

PROGRAM ONE. See 

RADIOAMERICA, PROGRAM ONE. 

PROLOGUE YEARS TO DISCOVERY. See 

LANDMARKS IN A DISCOVERER'S JOURNEY. 

THE PROMETHEUS MATTER; or. How Moses 
tied his ass to a tree and walked on 
into Jerusalem. By Gary Munn. 87 1. 
Three acts. © Gary Munn; 15Aug69; 
DU75II5 . 

PROPERLY INTRODUCED, a comedy by 
Michael Koslow. 10 1. © Michael 
Koslow; 7Nov69; DU75753. 

PROPHECY; words by Max Ellen, music by 
Milan, pseud, of Milan Radenkovich. 
2 1. Recitation. © Milan Raden- 
kovich; 25Mar69; C21883. 

A PROPOSAL FOR A NEW APPROACH TO AIR- 
LINE PASSENGER ADVERTISING. 8 1. 
Appl. author: Norman, Craig & Kummel, 
Inc. © Norman, Craig & Kummel, Inc.: 
2Sep69; C22136. 

LES PROPRIETAIRES DES CLES (Majltel4 
klf££i) By Milan Kundera; tradult du 
tcheque par Francois Kerel. [Paris] 
Galllmard. 112 p. (Theatre du monde 
entier) Twenty scenes. © on trans- 
lation; Editions Galllmard; 30May69; 
DF0-i703. 



PROSE READINGS, by Jean Rogler, pseud, 
of Lois Ogier. 1 v. © Lois Ogler; 
150ct69; C22263. 



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THE PROTEUS USUFRUCT VARIABLE, a play 
for tomorrow by Anthony Tuite, pseud, 
of Robert J. Tulte. 11*5 1. Three 
acts. © Robert J. Tuite; 220ct69; 
DU75650. 

PROUDLY WE HAIL, a drama of achievement 
by Craig Clinton. 106 1. Three 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Craig D. 
Clinton; l8Aug69; DUTSO'H. 

THE PROVOKED WIFE, by Sir John Vanbrugh; 
edited by Curt A. Zimansky. Lincoln, 
University of Nebraska Press. 1^5 p. 
(Regents restoration drama series) 
Five acts. NM: introd., annotation & 
compilation. © University of 
Nebraska Press; 5Dec69; A114312. 



QUESTIONS, by David Daniel Bellantonio. 
25 1. A play. © David Daniel 
Bellantonio; 270ct69; DU75695 ■ 

QUESTIONS; original screenplay by John 
Vidette. 82 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Return trip, I968. NM: 
revisions & additions. © John 
Vidette; 70ct69; DU75528. 



THE PRUNE WEIMKLER. 
DEKE THE DROPOUT. 

PSYCHOLOGY OF SALES. 
1 v. Appl. author 
Human Development. 
Human Development, 
ment Int'l; 8Aug69 



See 

Lesson I-I8. 
Institute for 
S Institute for 
Inst, of Manage- 
C22064. 



THE PUBLIC GARDENS. See 
GOING PLACES IN THE CITY. 

PUMPKIN, a farce by Dick Dotterer 

(Richard A. Dotterer) kj 1. A play. 
© Richard A. (Dick) Dotterer; 2Sep69; 
DU75244. 

PUNCHLINE, an entertaining comedy show 
in a game format for night time T.V. 
by CharlesL. Ostlguy. 17 1. 
© Charles L. Ostlguy: 21Nov69; 
022385. 

THE PURSUIT, by Carole Ann Feray. 12 1. 
A play. © Carole Ann Feray; 18Aue69: 
DU75040. 

PUSS IN BOOTS. See 
BEDTIME STORIES. 

PUT ON A HAPPY FACE, by C. Y. Lee. 

96 1. A play in 2 acts. © c. Y. Lee- 
28JUI69; DU74971. ' 

PUZZLE OF A DOWNFALL CHILD, bv Adrian 
Joyce a.k.a. Carole Eastman". 134 1 
A screenplay. Appl. author: Treasway 
Media, Inc., employer for hire. Appl 
stages prev. reg. 29Mar67, DU68258 
NM: additions S= revisions. 
© Treasway Media, Inc.; 30ct69- 
DU75495. 



QUACKSER FORTUNE HAS A COUSIN IN THE 
BRONX, an original screenplay by 
Gabriel Walsh. 125 1. © Gabriel 
V/alsh; li;jul69; DU74849. 

THE QUAD WRANGLE, by Phyllis Van Neste. 
105 1. A play in 2 acts. © Phyllis 
W. Van Neste; 12Sep69; DU75328. 

QUAKD LA f«REE MONTE. See 
HIGH TIDE. 

THE QUARTERBACK. 4 1. Appl. author- 
Upjohn Co. ©Upjohn Co.; lAus69- 
C22042. ' 

QUASIMODO; opera In four acts, a lyric 
tragedy & music drama by Alfio 
Attillo Perugl. I v. Based on 
The hunchback of Notre Dame, by 
Victor Hugo. © Alfio Attillo Perugl; 
2Sep69; DU75I48. 

QUELQUE CHOSE COMME GLENARIFF; comedle 
de Henri Garcin, pseud, of Anton 
Albers & Daniele Lord, pseud, of 
Daniele Saint-Paul. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Henri Garcin Sc Daniele Lord; 
25Aug69; DU756l(7. 

QUEST FOR THE GOLDEN PLOVER, by Edwin A. 
Toothaker. 163 1. A screenplay. 
© Edwin A. Toothaker; 12Aue69; 
DU75089. 



R 



R. E. BELL WAS ALSO HERE, by Jack 
Frakes (John Dean Frakes, Jr.) 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Jack 
Frakes; 2'»Dec69; DU75991. 

R.U.H., by Karel CSpek; translated from 
the Czech by P. Selver & adapted for 
the English stage by Nigel Playfair. 
New York, Washington Square Press. 
1 V. (Reader's enrichment series) 
Four acts. Appl. author: Simon & 
Schuster, Inc., employer for hire. 
© on reader's supplement; Simon & 
Schuster, Inc.; lJul69; AIOII35. 

THE RABBIT SONG; recitation with theme 
repeated throughout by Junior 
Samples & Cliff Williamson. 2 1. 
© Peach Music, Inc.; 12Aug69; 
C22088. 

RACINES (Roots) Trilogie 2 de Arnold 
Wesker; traduit de 1' anglais par 
RUippe Leotard. [Paris] Gallimard. 
106 p. (Theatre du monde entier) 
Three acts. © on translation; 
Editions Gallimard; 30May69; DFO-I696. 

RADIO PLAYS OF FAMOUS STORIES. See 

DRAMATIZED READINGS OF FAMOUS STORIES. 

RADIO: THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS, a chronol- 
ogy of events that changed man's des- 
tiny by John M. Lyons. 15 1. Script. 
© John M. Lyons d.b.a. John M. Lyons 
Productions; 310ct69; C22350. 

RADIOAMERICA, PROGRAM ONE; based on 
the concept, format and writings of 
Janos Lubeck; adapted by Roy K. 
Levlne & Richard Jaccoma. igi'l. 
A play. © Roy K. Levlne & Richard 
Jaccoma; 23Jul69; DU74954 . 

THE RAPT OF MEDUSA, by Georg Kaiser; 
English version with an introd by 
Claus Reschke. II6 1 . Includes 
arrangements for 2 songs. Appl. 
states prev. pub. abroad, I963. MM- 
introd. & appendices. © claus 
Reschke; 10Aug69; DP7065 . 

THE RAG DOLL, by Allen Davis III. 
77 1. A play. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 19Dec68, DU73285. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Allen Davis III; 
8JUI69; DU74785. 

RAG DOLL'S ADVENTURES IN ANIMAL LAND. 
1 V. Recording script. Appl. author: 
Damil Productions. © Damil Produc- 
tions; IJUI69; C21865. 

RAIL SYSTEMS. See 

TRANSPORTATION TODAY. 

THE RAILROAD STATION. See 

TRAVELING IN AND OUT OF OUR CITY. 

THE RAILROAD TICKET, a French one-act 
comedy adapted by J. I, Rodale. 
1st ed. 37 p. From The case of 
M. Benolt, by Rene Blain des Cormiers. 
NM: additions. ® J. I. Rodale; 
2Sep69; DP7157. 

RAINBOW OH THE ROAD. See 
COME SUMMER. 

RALPH, a drama in three acts by Bernard 
Myers. 112 1. © Bernard Myers: 
lDec69; DU75875. 



RAMA AT THE GATES, by William Kranz . 
67 1. A play in 3 acts. © William 
Kranz; 270ct69; DU75699. 

RAMPART STREET, a musical play; book 
by Nell Yarema. 1 v. Two acts 
DU74854^^' ® "^^^ Yarema; 24jul69; 

RANDY RYDER IN OUTER SPACE; created & 
written by Robert J. S: Eleanore 
F. Clarkson. Episode 1: The unknoim 
planet. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Robert J. Clarkson & Eleanore 
F. Clarkson; 19Aug69; C22107. 

THE RAPE, a play in one act by Newton 
Berry. 20 1. © Newton Berry; 
15Sep69; DU75349. 

READER'S ENRICHMENT SERIES. See 
THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE STREET 
R.U.R. 

REAL NIGGER/ OR THE MINSTREL REVOLUTION 

OF 1989, by Cecil Brown. 14 1. A 

play in 3 scenes. © Cecil Brown; 
3IJUI69; DU75011. 

THE REAL NIXON, a political satire by 
James La Roe. 1 v. Three acts 
© James LaRoe; 10Jul69; DU74816! 

REASON DEEPER LIES, THE POETRY OF EMILY 
DICKINSON, by Filomena D'Addario. 
13 1. Screenplay. © Filomena 
D'Addario; 4Aug69; C2210§ . 

THE REASON WHY, a short play by Arthur 
Miller. 12 1. © Arthur Miller; 
14nov69; DU75781. 

RECEIVING. CHECKING AND MARKING MER- 
CHANDISE. 6 1. Filmstrip script. 
Appl. author: Graphic Research, Inc. 
© Graphic Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; 
C22201. 

THE RED BOX, a play in one act by 
Claire Kincade, pseud, of Claire E 
Felth, 27 1. © Claire E. Feith; 
8JUI69; DU74786. 

THE RED-HEADED GALLEY BOY, a play for 
six women by Enid Staff. London, 
New York, S. French. 27 p. 
(French's acting edition) © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 30Dec68; DF2002. 

RED, HOT AND LUBRICOUS. See 
SIN YOU SINGERS. 

RED MAN, WHITE MAH; historic documents 
of the conflict between the American 
Indian and the white man: compiled, 
edited & v/ith introd. by'jonathan 
Katz. 58 1. © Jonathan Katz; 
l5Sep69; C22139. 

RED MOUNTAIN HIGH, by Robert A. Auletta 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Robert A 
Auletta; 3lOct69; DU75724. 

RED RIDING HOOD. See 
BEDTIME STORIES. 

RED SQUARES, a comedy by Erwin Swann; 
based on a novel by Ilya Ilf & 
Eugene Petrov. 1 v. Three acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as There are 
no squares, 25M3y67, DU69164. NM: 
additions i- revisions. © Erwin Swann; 
230ct69; DU75658. 

RED, WHITE & BLUE. See 
I, A STOCK BROKER. 

THE REFERENCE COLLECTION, by Violet 
Priestley. 12 1. Filmstrip script. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 26Aug65, 
CI7970. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Violet Priestley d.b.a. Library 
Filmstrip Center; 8Dec69; C22423. 

REFLECTIONS, an original screenplay by 
Rami Frank! & Leo Seltzer. 37 1 
® Leo Seltzer & Rajni Frankl; l8Aug69; 



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REFLECTIONS OF A LIMERICK-NIK, NASTERY 
RHYMES AND OTHER COLLEGIATE ROT, by 
Sid Mlllman (Sidney Eugene Mlllman) 
1 V. © Sidney E. milman; 5Sep69; 
C22317. 
THE REFUSAL, a play in four acts by 
Richard Lemm. 95 1. © Richard 
Dennis Lemm; 17Jul69; DU74879. 

REGENTS RENAISSANCE DRAMA SERIES. See 
GALLATHEA AND MIDAS. 

REGENTS RESTORATION DRAMA SERIES. See 
THE PROVOKED WIFE. 
VENICE PRESERVED. 

THE REIGN OF THE SAINTS, by Jon Cohen 

(Jonathan David Cohen) 191 1. A 

play in 3 acts. © Jon Cohen; 
10Jul69; DU7't-8l9. 

THE REIGN OF THE WOODEN HORSE, by Eric 
Edson. "86 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Eric W. Edson; 10Nov69; DU7576't. 

RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY. 7 1. Appl. au- 
thor: Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 19Dec69; C22461. 

THE RELUCTANT SWINGERS; original screen- 
play by Paul Bartel. 151 1. © Paul 
Bartel; 10Nov69; DU75771. 

THE REMAINS OF CARTER SIMPSON, a drawing 
room soap opera in one act by Randolph 
O'Donnell, pseud, of Michael J. Hani- 
fin. 38 1. © Michael J. Hanlfin & 
Tova R. Wisenthal; 10ct69; D^J75'^8^. 

REMARKS BY SNIFFLES, A DOG-TYPE PERSON, 
AT THE 1969 COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES, 
COLLEGE OF WILDLIFE, UNIVERSITY OF 
NATURE, as conveyed to Harvey A. Shif- 
fer. 10 1. Appl. author: Sniffles, 
Dog-Type Person Foundation, Inc., 
employer for hire. ® Sniffles, Dog- 
Type Person Foundation, Inc.; 310ct69; 
C22379. 

REMEMBER THE ALAMO (How do I know I 
love you if my genitals don't respond 
on time?) A curse in play form by 
Barry Litvack. 75 1. 10 scenes. 
© Barry Litvack; 130ct69; DU75579. 

RENAISSANCE, a play in three acts by 
Lloyd Gold. 1 v. ® Lloyd Gold; 
200c t69; DU75605. 

REPLICA OF A MISPLACED ORIGINAL, a one 
act play by Fred Rue Jacobs. 22 1. 
© Fred Rue Jacobs; 220ct69; DU756't9- 

REPORT FROM THE RED WINDMILL. 
See 
WINDMILL. 

REPORT TO CONSUMERS. Vol. no.l. 
A public service radio series pre- 
pared by Consumers Union. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Consumers Union 
of U.S., Inc.; 20ct69; 02225"*. 

THE RESPONSIBLE PATH, by Joel M. 
Griffin. 78 1. A treatise. 
© Joel M. Griffin; 2Sep69; C22135. 

RESURRECTION, a film script by Ivan 
Wayditch & Kenji Suzuki. 52 1. 
© Ivan Walter v. Wayditch & KenJi 
Suzuki; 7Nov69; DU75756 . 

THE RESURRECTION AND ASCENSION INTO 
HEAVEN OF CARDINAL MANGANELLI (A 
revelation in two acts of God) A 
play in two acts by Nell McVeigh. 
18 1. O Neil M. McVeigh; l6jul69; 
DU7U875. 

THE RESURRECTION OF BERNARD MANDLEBAUM, 
a play by Jerome Kass. 105 1. 
© Jerome Kass; 12Nov69; DU75773. 



LE RETOUR (The homecoming) By Harold 
Pinter; traduit de 1' anglais par 
Eric Kahane. [Paris] Gallimard. 
87 p. (Theatre du monde entier) 
Two acts. © on translation; Editions 
Gallimard; 30May69; DFO-170'f. 

THE RETUHM AND DEPARTURE OF THE 

PRODIGAL SON, an original screenplay 
by Stan Hlrson (Stanley B. Hirson) 
146 1. ® Stanley B. Hirson; 30Jun69: 
DU7'*855. 

RETURN TRIP. See 
QUESTIONS . 

REUNION OF SORTS, a comedy-drama in 
three acts by Mary Drahos. kS 1. 
© Mary Drahos; 2Sep69; DU75271. 

REVELATION IN TWO ACTS OP GOD. See 
THE RESURRECTION AND ASCENSION INTO 
HEAVEN OF CARDINAL MANGANELLI. 

REVENDIQUEZ VOTRE LIBERTE (Claim your 
freedom) A lecture on Christian 
Science by Eugene Depold Tyo; Rosemary 
Werner, translator. 17 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l6Nov67, C20275. 
© Eugene Depold Tyc; 22Sep59; C22199. 

THE REVEREND; words & music by Vee Pea, 
pseud, of Virginia Bland, & Mamie P., 
pseud, of Mamie Davis. Folder. 
© Kama Sutra Music, Inc.; 23Jul69; 
C22120. 

THE REVOLUTIONARY: AH OUTLINE, by 
William T. Daly. 27 1. Lecture. 
© William T. Dalyj 23May69; C219t8. 

A REVOLUTIONARY REVELATION; written & 
conceived by Jay Darrow; music Sc 
lyrics by Gloria Shayne, Bernice 
Ross, Jay Darrow, Noel Regney. 8 1. 
A musical play. Book only. 
© Precedent Enterprises, Ltd; 12Nov69; 
DU75778. 

THE REVOLUTIONIST, a play in one act 
by Clyde Coleman. l4 1. © Clyde 
Coleman; 270ct69; DU75697 . 

RHAPSODY, by Rudy Foley. 71 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Rudy Foley; l4jul69; 
DU7473i; . 

THE RHETORIC OF BLACK LITERATURE AND 
MUSIC: THE SPIRITUALS, by John 
Lovell, Jr. 9 1. Lecture. ® John 
Lovell, Jr.; 240ct69; C22333. 

RHUBARB AND ROSES, by Omar Paxson. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Omar Paxson; 
5Dec69; DU75802. 

RICHARD, by James Peddy, Paul Peddy & 
Ronald Johnson. A musical play In 
4 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Muzlki Pub. Co., Inc.; 10ct69; 
DU75t6o. 

RIDDLED & SLEEPERS, by John Hartnett. 
1 V. Two plays. © John Edward 
Hartnett; 8jul69; DU7l(782. 

RIDERS TO THE SEA. See 
THE ONE ACT PLAY. 

RIDING THE PINK SLIP, by Henry Kltt. 
28 1. A play. © Henry Kltt; 30Dec69; 
DU76006 . 

RIFFS, by Edward Moor, pseud, of 
Edward Kornberg. 41 1. A screen- 
play. © Edward Kornberg; 10Jul69; 
DU74810. 

THE RIGHT ROAD; writer, Dick Welsbaker. 
1 V. Fllmstrip script. ® Graphic 
Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; C22221. 

RINEHART EDITIONS. See 

ENGLISH MORALITY PLAYS AND MORAL 
INTERLUDES . 

RING-A-LEAVIO, by Murray Osborn. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. O Murray 
Osborn; 22Sep69; DU75'*51- 



RIP VAN WINKLE, by Washington Irving. 
Episode 1, pt.1-2. 2 v. Recording 
script. ® Classic Text Tapes solely 
owned by Norman H. Rogers; 2May69; 
DU74719. 

RIP VAN WINKLE, from the story by 
Washington Irving; dramatized by 
Lucile Brown. 33 1. Three scenes. 
■© Lucile Brown; 8Sep69; DU75643. 

RISE OF THE DEAD SUN, by Momoko Iko. 
52 1. A play in 3 scenes. Includes 
music & lyrics to 1 song. © Momoko 
Iko; 24Sep69; DU75451. 

EIVENDICATE LA VOSTRA LIBERTA (Claim 
your freedom) Una conferenza sulla 
Scienza Cristiana di Eugene Depold 
Tyc; Pla Stevenoni, translator. 
19 1. Appl. ti.: A lecture on 
Christian Science. Appl. states prev. 
reg. I6N0V67, C20275. © Eugene 
Depold Tyc; 22Sep69; C22184. 

THE ROARING TWENTIES. I8 1. Appl. 
author: Cultural History Research, 
Inc. ® Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co.; lAug69; C22292. 

ROBERT SMALLS. 9 1. Appl. author: 
Cultural History Research, Inc. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; lAug69; 022285. 

ROBERT THE ROBOT, a Christmas operetta 
for children in one act; story & 
music by Marian I. Wescott. 36 1. 
© Marian I. Wescott; 29Jul69; - 
DU74990. 

THE ROCK; 3 acts by Jack K. Campbell. 
85 1. A play. © Jack K. Campbell; 
19Nov69; DU75795. 

THE ROCKMAKERS. See 
A WORLD OF CHANGE. 

THE ROCKPICKERS, by Emlle 0. Schmidt. 
41 1. A play. ® Emile 0. Schmidt; 
22Jul69; DU74917. 

ROGER WILLIAMS AND MARY. See 
SONG FOR A NEW WORLD. 

ROLES AND GOALS, by David Allan Whynn, 
pseud, of David A. Lockard; music by 
William B. Lockard. 23 1. A play 
in 3 scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© David A. Lockard; 10Nov69; DU75804. 

ROMEO AND JULIET. See 
THE ACT AND THE IMAGE. 
COMPLETE STUDY EDITION, RCMEO & JULIET. 

THE ROOF, an original screenplay by 
Charles Robinson. 94 1. © Charles 
Robinson; lDec69; DU75880. 

ROOKE'S FOLLY. See 
HONOR FARM. 

THE ROOM, a two-act play by Anna 
Maria P. Levine. 31 1. © Anna 
Maria P. Levine; 15Jul69; DU74858. 

ROOM AND VIEW, by Emile 0. Schmidt. 
35 1. A play. © Emile 0. Schmidt; 
22Jul69; DU74918. 

THE ROOMER, by Harry T. Ferris. I08 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Harry T. Ferris; 
22Aug69; DU75093. 

ROOMING HOUSE. See 

TRANSFERS & THE ROOMING HOUSE. 

ROOTS . See 
RACINES. 

A ROSE IS A ROSE, IS A ROSE, IS A ROSE, 
by T. Fallon. 1 v. A play in 4 
acts. © Thomas Christopher Fallon, 
Jr. & Jacqueline Frances Fallon; 
22Sep69; DU75425 . 

ROSEBLOOM, by Harvey Perr. 1 v. A 
play in 3 pt. © Harvey Perr: 29Sep69; 
DU75472. . ^ f :>. 



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ROSES AND RAPTURES, by Helen M. Knee. 
71 1. A play in 5 acts. © Helen M. 
Knee; 3Deo69; DU75895. 

THE ROTARY CALCULATOR, by Charlotte 

Butsch. 1 V. Lecture. © Educational 
Research Associates; 2Sep69; C22151. 

ROTARY CALCULATOR, by Charlotte Butsch. 

I V. Lesson l-l4. Recording script. 
(Monitor instruction program, 1567^1) 
© Educational Research Associates; 
lJul69; C21869. 

A ROUGH TRADE, a play in one act by 
R. M. Gamble. 1*8 1. © Robert M. 
Gamble; 4Aug69; DU75053- 

ROUND VALLEY, CALIFORNIA: SOCIAL LABO- 
RATORY FOR THE STUDY OF RURAL AMERICAN 
CULTURE, by Kathryn T. Molohon. 9 1. 
Lecture. © Kathryn T. Molohon; 
8Ju169; C21940. 

ROUTE 66. See 
TRIPS. 

A ROYAL BIRTHDAY, by Luclle R. Green. 
Los Angeles, Christian Arts Co. 

II p. © Christian Arts Co.; 6oct69: 
DP7163. 

RUFUS . See 
THE PRODUCT. 

THE RULES CHANGE BUT NOT THE GAME, an 
original farce in two acts by Marie 
Starr. 95 1. © Marie Starr; 
19Sep69; DU75402. 

THE RUMPUS ROOM, a fanciful comedy by 
Robin Short (Robert Price Short) 1st 
draft. 86 1. © Robert Price Short; 
28JUI69; DU7t978. 

RUN-A-WAY (Black freedom) By Bert 
Willlaras (Bertram Roger Williams) 
97 1. A screenplay. © Bert 
Williams; 10ct69; DU75527. 

RUN- TOGETHER SENTENCES. 4 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Kt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
28N0V69; C22405. 



SACRAMENTO FIFTY MILES, a musical 
comedy for young people by Eleanor 
& Ray Harder. Based loosely on the 
old tale of The Brementown musicians. 
Cloverlot, Anchorage, Ky., Anchorage 
Press. 61 p. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. ©Anchorage Press, Inc.; 
3Nov69; DP7168. 

SAD LITTLE BOYS WHO DON'T KNOW WHY, an 
original two act play by Stephen 
Rich, pseud, of James A. Riccl. 
74 1. © Stephen Rich; lljul69; 
DU7't822. 

SAFETY WAYS OF SERVING FOOD ON OUTINGS, 
1969; lecture by Josie, pseud, of 
Josephine Trovoto. 6 1. © Josephine 
Trovoto; 29Aug69; C22154. 

THE SAGA OF (JUIKSELL MCGRAW; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 17 1- 
© Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2Jul69; C21903 . 

SALES CHECK PROCEDURES. 1 V. Film- 
strip script. Appl. author: Graphic 
Research, Inc. © Graphic Research, 
Inc.; 7Aug69; C22202. 

THE SALES SLIP, by C . A. Rohr. 1 v. 
Script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College, a.a.d.o. Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
8Sep69; C22149. 



SALES-SONICS. Session 1-10. 1 v. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Larry Wilson Corp. © Larry Wilson 
Corp.; 5IJUI69; C22032. 

SALTFLOWERS. See 
FLOWERS & TREES. 

SALVATION ARMY BAND, a play with music 
& one light cue by Lee Goldman. 
36 1. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Lee A. Goldman; 17Jul69; DU74801. 

SAM DAVIS, a drama In four acts by 

Walter Malone. 56 1. © Alba R. 

Malone; 7Jul69; DU74779. 
SAM SMITH'S ORAL HISTORY OF HIS TIMES, 

a play by E. P. Conkle . 69 1. 

© E. P. Conkle; 22Sep69; DUT5^32- 

SAMBO WHO? A one act play by John 
Hawkins, Jr. 1 v. Includes lyrics 
& music to 1 song. © John Hawkins, 
Jr.; 26Aug69; DU75215- 

SAMSON'S RETURN, a play by Mel Lavine 
& Carolyn Vines. 103 1- Three acts. 
© Carolyn Vines & Mel Lavine; 240ct69; 
DU75677. 

SAN FRANCISCO, an original romantic 
screenplay by Arthur A. Sheridan. 
70 1. © Arthur A. Sheridan; 19Nov69; 
DUT5792. 
THE SAND BAR, a play In one act by 
A. H. Berzen. 25 1. © Abraham H. 
Berzen; 3Jul69; DU74742. 

SAND IN THE OYSTER, by David S. Meranze. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 24Sep64, DU61239. NM; 
revisions & additions. © David Samuel 
Meranze; 2Jul69; DU74717. 

SANTA AND THE SPACE SLEIGH, by Ruth 
Sadler. New York, Children's Musical 
Plays. 12 p. With music. 
© Children's Musical Plays, Inc.; 
170ct69; DF7146. 

SAT, by Geoffrey Cook. 107 1. A play 
in 5 acts. © Geoffrey Cook; 8Aug69; 
DU75065 . 

SATURDAY ADOPTION, by Ron Cowen. 

Dramatists Play Service. 49 p. Two 
acts. © Ron Cowen; 2Jul69; DP7027. 

SATYAGRAHA, a play in three acts by 
Beth Gait Reilly. I03 1. © Beth 
Gait Reilly (Mrs. Raymond F. Reilly); 
28JUI69; DU74974. 

THE SAUCERERS, a play by Jacob 

Bentkover. 85 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 10ct68, DU725I2. NM: revision. 
© Jacob Bentkover; 15Sep69; DU75355. 

SAVINGS FOR SECURITY; writer, Pat 
Healy. 1 v. Filmstrip script. 
(Functional living series) © Graphic 
Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; C22225. 

SAVIOR, a screenplay by Edward Lovett 
Kramer & Robert Sussman. I8 1. 
© Edward Lovett Kramer & Robert 
Sussman; 12Dec69; DU759't4. 

SAVONAROIoA, a new play by Charles W. 
Gregory. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Charles W. Gregory; 5Sep69; DU75280. 

SAVONAROLA, the conflict between the 
reformer monk and the Borgia Pope 
by Paul M. Rltter, pseud, of James 
Barrett. 93 1. A play In 2 acts. 
© Paul M. Rltter; 4Sep69; DU75274. 

SAY JOE GARAGIOLA IS DEAD, a play in 
three acts; original plot conceived 
& created by Jane B. Dunlap & Nancy 
Zucchero; dialogue, Jane B. Dunlap; 
narrative, Nancy Zucchero. 1 v. 
© Jane B. Dunlap & Nancy Zucchero; 
15Sep69; DU75354. 

SCAR BLACK, a play in three acts by 
Garry Bradshaw. 43 1. © Garry 
Wayne Bradshaw; 290ct69; DU75706. 



SCARLET PIMPERNEL. See 
SENOR PIMPERNEL. 

SCENES FROM AMERICAN LIFE, a play by 

A. R. Gurney, Jr. 1 v. Two acts. 

© Albert R. Gurney, Jr.; 15Aug69; 
DU75II8. 

SCHEHERAZADE, an adaptation of 1001 

Arabian nights, by Susan Schelngarten; 
music by Nicholas Rlmsky-Korsakov. 
24 1. (Folklore that has inspired 
great music) A screenplay. Book 
only. © Susan Paula Schelngarten; 
19May69; DU74691. 

SCHERZ, SATIRE, IRONIE UND TIEFERE 
BEDEUTUNG, ein Lustspiel In drei 
Aufzugen von Christian Dietrich 
Grabbe; edited by Roy C. Cowen. 
Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. 
130 p. (A Blaisdell book in the 
modern languages) NM: pref., introd., 
notes, topics for discussion, bibli- 
ography. © Blaisdell Pub. Co., a di- 
vision of Ginn & Co.; 3Jun59; A10406l. 

SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. See 
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. 

SCHOOL PLAY EPISODE. See 
ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW. 

SCIENCE, a series of television scripts 
by Donna Matson. © Western Video 
Industries & Donna Matson. 
Energy and matter. Lesson 65-69. 
. 5 V. © 15Sep69; C22156. 
Exploring energy. Lesson 7-9, Bl-b3. 

6 V. © 15Sep69; C22159. 
Exploring energy. Lesson 20-23. 

4 V. © 15Sep69; C22163. 
Exploring life zone. Lesson 24-32. 

9 V. © 15Sep69; C22166. 
Exploring our atmosphere. Les- 
son 46-50. 5 V. © 15Sep69; C22165. 
Exploring our earth. Lesson' 33-^*5 ■ 

13 V. © 15Sep69; C22155 . 
Exploring our universe. Lesson 51-60, 

85. 11 V. © l5Sep69; C22160. 
Exploring the ocean. Lesson 1-6, 

77-78. 8 V. © l5Sep69; C22157. 
Exploring the plant world. Les- 
son 61-64. 4 V. © 15Sep69; C22164. 
Exploring the world of animals. 

Lesson 10-19, 84. 11 v. © 15Sep69; 

C22161. 
Introduction to science lessons. 

Lesson 79-8o. 2 v. © 15Sep69; 

C22158. 
Machines. Lesson 70-73. 4 v. 

© 15Sep69; C22154. 
Sound. Lesson 74-76. 3 v. 

© 15Sep59; C22162. 

SCORE WITH 88 'S AND NINETY-EIGHTS; 
recording script for Oldsmobile 
Motor Division by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 17 1. © Oldsmobile Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2Jul69; C21922. 

SCOTTY, THE LITTLEST CHRISTMAS TREE, a 
children's play in three acts by 
Tammy 0' Sullivan. 14 1. © Tammy 
O'Sullivan; 22Jul69; DU74920. 

SCRATCH A RABBI. See 
WHO'S THAT KNOCKING. 



SCREAM REVOLUTION. 
THE SOLVERS. 



See 



THE SCREWING UP OP DISNEYLAND, a play 
by Harvey Perr. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Harvey Perr; 70ct69; r)U75533. 

THE SCRIPT FOR A RECORD ENTITLED 
CULTURAL EXCHANGE, by Byron G. 
Massialas & Jack Zevin. I8 1. 
© Rand McNally & Co.; 25Jul69; C21992. 

SCRIPT FOR LUNATAPE I. 22 1 . 

Appl. author: Universe Information 
Co. © Universe Information Co.; 
26Aug69; C22124. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



SCRIPT FOR TELEVISION GCLF GAME, HOLE 
IN ONE, hy John A. Mercurlo. 9 1. 
© John A. Mercurlo; 19May69; C22006. 

SCUBA DIVING, PLEASURE 8c PERIL. 6 1. 
Appl. author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn 
Co.; 150ct69; C22305, 

THE SEA COlffiS KNOCKING, an original 
screenplay by Raleigh Bond. 67 1. 
© Raleigh Bond; 12Nov69; DU75775 . 

THE SEAGULL. See 
POUR PLAYS. 

THE SEAHORSE, a new play by James 
Irwin, pseud, of Robert James Moore. 
1 V. Two acts. © Robert James 
Moore; 14Nov69; DU75785. 

SEASONAL LOVE, by Fred Atkins. 3 p. 
© Fred Atkins; llSep69; C22168. 

SECOND CHANCE FOR SECURITY. i V. 
Filmstrlp script. Appl. author: 
Graphic Research, Inc. © Graphic 
Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; C22218. 

THE SECOND LINE, a play by John Hynam. 
London, New York, S. French. 28 p. 
(French's acting edition) © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 6May69; DF200l^ . 

SECOND MILE. 8 1. Appl. author: 
Communioo, Inc. © Coirmiunico, Inc.; 
29Aug69; C22133. 

THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY THE 
SIXTH (King Henry the Sixth, part 
two) By William Shakespeare; edited 
by George Lyman Kittredge; rev. by 
Irving Ribner. Vfaltham, Mass., 
Blalsdell Pub. Co. 122 p. (The 
Kittredge Shakespeares J (A Blalsdell 
book in the humanities) Five acts. 
© Blalsdell Pub. Co., division of 
Ginn & Co.; 30Apr69; A79341. 

SECOND SKIN, by Sydney Chandler, pseud, 
of June Septant. 55 1. A screen- 
play. © June Seotant; 19Dec69: 
DU75971. 

THE SECRET; original story & screenplay 
by Michael Fallon. 29 1. 
© I-ttchael K. Fallon; 29Jul69; 
DU74989. 

THE SECRET OF THE CHARTREUSE GARTER; 
or, A tramp in the desert. A play in 
two acts by Don Kisinger (Donald F. 
Kislnger) & Brad Kopp (E. Bradley 
Kopp) 36 1. ® Donald F. Kisinger & 
E. Bradley Kopp; ltSep69; DU75276. 

SECRET OP YONDER MOUNTAIN. See 
ALASKA. 

THE SECRETARY AS A CAREER; writer, Rita 
Kasper. 1 v. Filmstrlp script. 
(Office education series) © Graphic 
Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; C22206. 

SECRETS, a play in two acts by Diane 
Derrick. 89 1. O Diane Derrick; 
IOJUI69; DU7'i8l2. 

SEE THffl SWING. See 

NUDE GYMNASTICS. 
THE SEED AND THE TREE, a dramatization 

in two acts of Gandhi's first return 

to South Africa by Robert Herbison. 

1 V. © Robert Herbison; llAug69; 

DU75075 . 

SEEING ARGENTINA, PARAGUAY & URUGUAY. 
4 V. Filmstrlp scripts. Contents: 
Industry and trade. — History and cul- 
ture. — Land and people. — Farming and 
ranching. Appl. author: Coronet In- 
structional Films, a division of Es- 
quire, Inc. NM: additions. © Coro- 
net Instructional Films, a division 
of Esquire, Inc.; 3Aug69; 022395. 



SEEING EYE MAN FOR A BLIND DOG. 
DEKE THE DROPOUT. 



Sec 



SEGMENTS OF A CONTEMPORARY MORNING, 
a play in five units by Benjamin 
Bradford. 118 1. © Benjamin 
Bradford; 20Aug69; DU75160. 

SELF- UNDERSTANDING: HUMAN MOTIVATION 
AND BEHAVIOR. 14 1. Appl. author: 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 15Dec69; 022445. 

SELL SOMETHING TO EVERYONE (Make every 
prospect your customer) Recording 
script for Sears, Roebuck & Co. by 
Jam Handy Organization. 13 1- 
© Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 2Jul69: 
C2I928. 

SELL THE BUILT-IN CONCEPT BY SELLING 
THE MODEL 100; recording script for 
Sears, Roebuck & Co. by Jam Handy 
Productions. 9 1. © Sears, Roebuck 
& Co.; 2Jul69; C21932. 

SELLING OFF THE SHELF; recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 12 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; C21906. 

SEMIRA, a tragedy by Aleksandr P. 
Sumarokov; translated by Raymond & 
Richard D. Fortune. 49 1. Five acts. 
© Richard D. Fortune 81 Raymond 
Fortune; 4Aug69; DU75034. 

SENOR PIMPERNEL, a new musical in two 
acts; suggested by Baroness Orczy's 
classic The Scarlet Pimpernel; book 
by Al Simmons, lyrics by Elsie 
Simmons & music by Larry Wagner. 1 v. 
© Lancer Productions; 15Aug69; DP7063. 

SENTENCE FRAGMENTS. 6 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 28nov69; C22406. 

THE SERGEANT-fMJOR, an original screen- 
play by Quinn Donoghue & Carl Rapp. 
112 1. © Carl Rapp & Quinn Donoghue; 
llAug69; DU75082. 

THE SERPENT, a ceremony written by 
Jean Claude van Itallie. 1st ed. 
New York, Atheneum. 88 p. © Jean 
Claude van Itallie; 7Apr69: PP7043. 

SERPENT OF AI, by Wm. N. Abbay, Jr. 
75 1- A play in 9 scenes. 
© William N. Abbay, Jr. ; 30Sep69; 
DU75504 . 

SES SALONS PLAN OF MARKETING COSMETICS 
THROUGH BEAUTY SALONS. I8 1. Appl. 
author: Rand-Rles Advertising, Inc. 
© Rand-Rles Advertising, Inc.; 
21May69; C22003. 

SEVEN COME ELEVEN, a play by Darrel L. 
Akers. 68 1. Three acts. 
© Darrel Lee Akers; lDec69; DU75877. 

SEX AND POTATO CHIPS, a comedy by Ed 
Roberts. 102 1. A play in 7 scenes. 
© Edward Barry Roberts; 21Nov69; 
DU75837. 

SEXTET: SIX ONE ACT PLAYS FOR OFF- 
BROADWAY, by Michael Mathias. 
Antigone's wedding and others. 
1 v. Appl. states Blind guy & 
Bottled room prev. reg. DU62S56 8: 
Last birthday prev. reg. DU64485. 
NM: 3 one act plays. © Michael 
Mathias; 25Aug69; DU75200. 

SEXTET (YES), a play for voices by 
Lanford Wilson. 1 v. © Lanford 
Wilson; 30Sep69; DU75517. 

THE SHACK, a play in three acts by 
Duane E. Shaver. 1 v. 
O Duane E. Shaver; 26Aug69; DU75195- 



THE SHAME OP CAIN, a musical drama; 
book & lyrics by Tedwell Chapman; 
music by Frank Gaskln Fields. 2 v. 
Two acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Manhattan silhouette, 6Apr68, 
DU71598. NM: additions. © Tedwell 
Chapman; 4Aug69; DU75037. 

SHE, HE, AND IT, a short play by 
Thomas Terefenko. 23 1. © Thomas 
Terefenko; 21Nov69; DU75833. 

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, by Oliver Gold- 
smith; The school for scandal, by 
Richard Brinsley Sheridan. New York, 
Bantam Books. l47 p. (Bantam path- 
finder editions) Appl. authors: 
Bantam Books, Inc. & Brooks Atkinson. 
NM: new compilation. © Bantam BooKs, 
Inc.; 7Nov66; AIO7902. 

SHE WORE CAMELLIAS, preceded by an 

original prologue by Eva Leoni, pseud, 
of Betty Herbert. 1 v. Three acts. 
Translated 8: adapted from La dame aux 
camelias, by Alexandre Dumas, fils; 
with music by Giuseppe Verdi. Book 
only. Appl. tl.: Prologue to the 
music-drama She wore camellias. 
© Eva Leoni; l6Jul69; DU75267. 

SHEEP MAY SAFELY GRAZE, by Deloss Brown. 
126 1. A play in 3 acts. © Deloss 
Stoddard Brown IV; llAug69; DU75083. 

SHELLS, a one-act play by Richard Morse. 
35 1. © Richard Morse; l8Sep69; 
DU75371. 

SHOE STORE, by Shirley Rhodes (Shirley 
Rhodes Morris) 25 1. A play. 
© Shirley Rhodes; 25Aug69; DU75205. 

SHOP MATH. See 

[BASIC MACHINE SHOP PRACTICES] 

SHORT SACRED RITE OF SEARCH AND 
DESTRUCTION. .'^ee 

FOOTBALL; FIREWORKS FOR A HOT FOURTH; 
SHORT SACRED RITE OF SEARCH AND 
DESTRUCTION. 

SHORT TAKES FROM A LONG MOVIE; part 
one by Terry Catchpole. 1 v. A 
musical play. Book 8s lyrics only. 
© Terry Catchpole; 15Sep69; DU75311. 

SHORTER PIECES: A DISJOINTED UNITY, by 
Barry Lltvack. 1 v. Four scenes. 
© Barry Litvack; 7Jul69; DU74772. 

SI TU GRIMPES A L'ARBRE, RAPPORTE-MOI 
UNE VACHE (If you climb a tree, bring 
me back a. cow) Comedie en 2 actes de 
Tewfik al HaJcim; adaptation, Anne 
Caprile. 35 !• NM: revisions & 
additions. ® Anne Caorile; l8Sep69; 
DU75407. 

THE SIAMESE TWINS, a play in two acts 
and seven scenes by Griselda Gambaro; 
translated by Wm. I. Oliver. 63 1. 
© William I. Oliver; l4Aug69; 
DU75'*17 . 

SICK CALL, by Anthony A. Di Nardo. 
16 1. A play in one act. 
© Anthony A. Di Nardo; l4Aug69; 
DU75111. 

SIDDLEY BAY, an original screenplay & 
motion picture shooting script by 
Hilary C. Seymour & Neal H. Seymour. 
120 1. S Hilary C. Seymour k Neal H. 
Seymour; 25Sep69; DU75392. 
SIGN OF THE ZODIAC, a multi-brand pro- 
motion prepared by Marketing Equities. 
71. ® Marketing Equities, Inc.; 
21Aug69; C22114. 

SILAS, a script for a straight drama 
and/or musical drama by James Howard 
Davis. 122 1. Three acts. Adapted 
from the novel, Silas Marner, by 
George Eliot, pseud, of Mary Ami 
Cross. Appl. author: Martin Priest. 
O James Howard Davis & Martin Priest: 
llJul69; DU74927. 



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1969 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



129 



SILENCE: A RITUAL DRAI4A;, by Rollin A. 
Stearns. 36 1. ® Rollin A. Stearns; 
l8Aug69; DU75I26. 

SILENCE, LIKE A POULTICE COMES, by 
R. A. G. Pintane. 73 1 • A screen- 
play. © R. A- G. Pintane; 25Aug69; 
DU75195 • 

SILENT ATTACK, by Sara H. Greenhill. 
20 1. A play in 6 scenes. © Sara H. 
Greenhill; 30Jul69; DU75000. 

SILVA METHOD MCIOICR MIND CONTROL; lec- 
ture notes and guide. Jose Silva, au- 
thor. 1 y. ® Jose Silva; 22Dec69; 
C22476. 

SILVA METHOD MC202GSI MIND COOTROL; lec- 
ture notes and guide. Jose Silva, au- 
thor. 1 V. © Jose Silva; 22Dec69; 
0224? 5- 

THE SILVER FOXES ARE DEAD, and other 
plays by Jakov Lind; translated by 
Ralph Manheim. London, Methuen. 
95 p. Contents: The silver foxes 
are dead. --Anna Laub. --Hunger . --Fear . 
©Methuen & Co., Ltd.; 6Nov69 (in 
notice, 1968); AF29931 . 

SILVER THREADS AMONG THE COAL, a musical 
play; book by Herbert W. Booth & 
Beverly Booth; words & music by 
Edward Davis & Beverly Booth. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Herbert W. Booth & 
Edward Davis; 12Sep69; DU75527 . 

SILVER TREES, by Eleanor Roe (Eleanor 
Roe MimzerJ 3 1- Recording script, 
© Eleanor Roe Munzer; 2Sep69; C22097. 

SIMON THE PIEMAN, by Oscar Bensol. 1 v. 
(Batman, B-21) Appl. author: National 
Periodical Publications, Inc., 
employer for hire of Oscar Bensol. 
© National Periodical Publications, 
Inc.; 28May68; DP706l. 

THE SIMPLETON AND HIS LITTLE BLACK HEN, 
by Susan R. Hinkel & Howard Pyle. 
22 1. A musical play in 4 scenes. 
Based on a story of the same name. 
Book S: lyrics only, © Susan R, 
Hinkel; l6Jul69; DU74727. 

THE SIN CITIES, a choral reading by 
Ann Billups. Downers Grove, 111,, 
Contemporary Drama Service, 7 p. 
Appl, author: Arthur Meriwether, Inc., 
employer for hire of Ann Billups. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc , ; 15Sep69; 
DP7155. 

SIN YOU SINGERS: or. Red, hot and 

lubricous. A musical mutant; book & 
lyrics by Pat Riposte, pseud, of 
Paul B. Rawllngs. 1 v. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Paul B. 
Rawllngs; 22Aug69; DU75175. 

SING THE CELESTIAL SONG, by William 
Overton. 51 1. Two acts. ©William 
Overton; lAug69; DU75025. 

SINGING WITH ADMIRAL SIDE-EY-SIDE. See 
SWINGING WITH ADMIRAL SIDE-BY-SIDE. 

SINGLES AND DOUBLES, a play in one act 
by Michael McGrinder. 40 1. 
© Michael McGrinder; lDeo69; DU75885. 

SINS ON BROADWAY; motion picture 

shooting script by Zane Vale, pseud, 
of Suzanne Topper. 26 1. © Suzanne 
Topper; 10Jul69; DU74924. 

SISS. BOOM, BAAGH! Written & created 
by' Richard S. Mann. 95 1- A screen- 
play. © RME Programming, Inc.; 
10Dec69; DU75920. 

SIX DAYS TO JERICHO, by Daniel Walin, 
=.5 1. A screenplay. ® Daniel Walin; 
Sju169; DU74740. 



SIX PIAYS, by Slawomlr Mrozek; 
translated by Nicholas Bethell. 
London, J. Cape. 190 p. Contents: 
The police. — The martyrdom of Peter 
Ohey. — Out at sea. — Charlie. — The 
party. — Enchanted night. ® Nicholas 
Bethell; l6Feb67; DF2013. 

SIX SNYDER, an original story written 
& adapted for television by Maxle 
Schexnider. 30 1. ® Maxle Schex- 
nider; 7Jul69; DU74853. 



THE SIXTH DAY, by Lenora Cave. 
A play. ® Lenora Webb Cave; 
6Jun69; DU74698. 



15 1. 



THE SIXTH SENSE (The apartment) A real- 
istic play In three acts by Immanuel 
Pau. 114 1. Appl. authors: Immanuel 
Pau & Frederick V. Plndy. Appl, 
states prev. reg. Feb. 1967. 
® Frederick V. Plndy; 15Sep69; 
DU75409 . 

69 JOKERS WILD, by W. Lee Gllmore. 
49 1. A screenplay. ® Wheeler Lee 
Gllmore; 12Sep69; DU75352. 

THE SKINNY BROWN MAN IN THE WHITE LOIN- 
CLOTH, an original play in three acts 
on the life of Mahatma Gandhi by 
Robert Clymire. 76 1. ® Robert 
Clymire; llAugSg; DU75072. 

SKYROCKET JUNIOR, a puppet play by 
Hal Lynch (Harold V. Lynch, Jr.) 
18 1. Three acts. ® Harold V, 
Lynch, -Jr.; 27May69; DU74925. 

SKYWRITING, by Rosalyn Drexler. 
(In Collision course, by Edward 
Parone. New York, Random House, 
p. 55-63) © Rosalyn Drexler; 3Dec68; 
DP7047. 

SLEEP, by Sam Smiley. 51 1. A play in 
1 scene. © Sam Max Smiley; 25Aug69; 
DU75203. 

SLEEPERS. See 

RIDDLED & SLEEPERS, 

SLIGHTLY HIGHER ON THE WEST COAST; 
conceived & arranged by Frances 
Bardacke, John Sinor, & Craig Noel. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Old Globe 
Theatre; 5Nov69; DU75827. 



SLOW NIGHT ON SPRING STREET. 
SONATA FOR MOTT STREET. 



See 



THE SLY WIDOW, by Carlo Goldoni; 
translated by Joel Cheskin. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Joel Cheskin; 
8Ju169; DU74835. 

SMOKE HOLE CIRCUS; screenplay by Fred 
Rue Jacobs & Charles Rome Smith. 
152 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2Ju168, DU71910. NM: editorial re- 
vision & additional text. © Fred Rue 
Jacobs & Charles Rome Smith; 300ct69; 
DU75715 • 

SMOKING CONTROL CONDITIONING PROGRAM, 
by M. Natalyne Bailey. 1 v. Tape 
script. © M. Natalyne Bailey; 
22Dec69; C22472. 

SNIFFLES' VISIT TO NEW YORK PROPOSALS, 
an oral presentation by Sniffles, a 
Dog- Type Person. 9 1- © Sniffles, 
De-Type Person Foundation, Inc.; 
300c t69; C22341, 

THE SNOW QUEEN, a musical play in two 
acts. Book & lyrics by Winifred 
Palmer; based on the story by Hans 
Andersen; musical score adapted by 
King Palmer from the music of Edward 
Greig. London, J. Weinberger. 34 p. 
Libretto. © Josef Weinberger, Ltd.; 
17Sep69; DF2028. 



SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, 1 v. 
Recording script, Appl, author: Damil 
Productions, © Damil Productions; 
lJul69; C21866. 

SNOWFLAKES, a play in one act by Abby 
Tetenbaum (Abraham J. Tetenbaum) 
28 1. © Abby Tetenbaum; 170ct69; 
DU756O2. 

SO YOU WANT TO BE A SCHOOL BUS DRIVER; 
writer, J. H. Hughes, 1 v. Fllmstrlp 
script. (Driver training program, 
no.l) Appl, author; Ken Cook Co., 
employer for hire , © Schoolway Trans- 
portation Co., Inc; 9Sep69; C22144. 

SO YOU WANT TO BE A SECRETARY; writer, 
Rita Kasper, 1 v. Fllmstrlp script, 
(Office education series) ® Graphic 
Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; C22230, 

SOAP, a farce in one act by Bruce 
Phillip Halperin. 20 1. © Bruce 
Phillip Halperin; 30Jul69; DU75001. 

SOCIABILITY, a comedy of manners in one 
act by Charles Dizenzo. 28 1. 
® Charles John Dizenzo; 10Sep69; 
DU75304. 

SOCIAL MOBILITY, 8 1. Appl. author; 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict. ® Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o, Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 15Dec69; C22449. 

SODIUM RESTRICTED DIET, by Virginia 
Toews Stucky, 1 v. Recording 
script. © Virginia Toews Stucky; 
10ct69; C22320. 

THE SOLDIER, by Nicholas Bellitto. 

106 1, A play in 3 acts, © Nicholas 
Bellitto; 60ct69; DU75519. 

A SOLDIER'S PLEA, by Marvin Anderson 
& Johnnie Morris Smith. 4 1, 
Appl, states prev. reg. 31Jan69, 
EUIOO892. NM: additional words, 
© Marvin Anderson & Johnnie Morris 
Smith d,b,a. Andersmith Pub. Co.; 
100ct69; C22257, 

SOLITUDE, by Tobi Louis. 20 1. A play, 
© Tobi Louis; 29Dec69; DU75993. 

SOLUTION. 12 1. Appl. author: Mt . 
San Jacinto junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District; l6jul69; C2198I. 

THE SOLVERS, by peter Copanl. 1 v. 
Three plays. Contents: It's your 
secret. — The solvers. — Scream revo- 
lution. © Peter Copanl; 17Sep69; 
DU75336. 

SOME ANIMAL FRIENDS OF MINE, by Snif- 
fles, a dog type person; translator, 
Harvey A, Shiffer. 9 1, Script. 
Appl, author; Sniffles, Dog- Type 
Person Foundation, Inc, employer for 
hire. © Sniffles, Dog- Type Person 
Foundation, Inc; 280ct69; C22334, 

SOm EVENTS CONNECTED WITH THE EARLY 
HISTORY OF ARIZONA, by Norman J. 
Fedder, 38 1. A play in 3 acts, 
© Norman J. Fedder; 20ct69; DU75487. 

SOME SILENT CRY, by Thomas J. Jones. 
1 V. A play in 7 scenes. © Thomas J. 
Jones; 21Aug69; DU75166. 

SOMEONE'S COMIN' HUNGRY, a play in 
three acts by McCrea Imbrle (Robert 
McCrea Imbrle) & Neil R. Selden. 
1 V. © Neil R. Selden & McCrea 
Imbrle; 4Aug69; DU75027. 

SOMETIMES A SWITCHBLADE HELPS, a one 
act play by Mllburn Davis. 21 1. 
® Mllburn Davis; 10Nov69; DU75763. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



TEACH WITH FIIMSTRIPS; script of record 
for sound filmstrip by Stanton C. 
Oates. 81. © Stanton C. Oates; 
130ct69; C22277. 

TEACHER'S PET, by Ruth Broder Ennis. 
47 1. A play in 5 acts. © Buth 
Broder Ennis; l8Aug69; DU75I31. 

THE TEEN-AGER, an original story 

written by Grace Brainerd; developed 
into screenplay with Eddie Rio 
Writers Lab. 30 1. © Grace 
Brainerd; 22Jul69; DUT'tgiJ. 

LA TELARANA DEL CIRCULO, by Yolanda 
Ortal. 23 1. A play in 1 act. 
® Yolanda Ortal; 3Jul69; DU74757. 

THE TELEPHONE BOOK; original screen- 
play by Nelson Lyon. Final draft. 
Ill 1. © Rosebud Films, Ltd.; 
310ct69; DU75685. 

TELESCOPE TECHNIQUES, by Violet Priest- 
ley. 16 1. Filmstrip script. 
S Violet Priestley d.b.a. Library 
Filmstrip Center; 8Dec69; 022422. 

TELETYPEl'fRITER MODEL 33 AUDIOGRAPHIC 
TRAINING PROGRAM. 68 1. Appl. 
author: Manpower, Inc. © Manpower, 
Inc.; 27Aug69; C22126. 

TELEVISION COMMERCIAL FOR HILLS BROS. 
COFFEE, INC., by Margaret M. Weimer. 
2 1.® Margaret M. Weimer; 15Jul69; 
C21997 . 

TELEVISION SOCIETY; or. How the ad man 
saved the situation. By Adam Osborne. 
25 1. A play. © Adam Osborne; 
25Aug69; DU75191- 

TELEVISIONS TRANSPORTATION GAME - 

AROUND THE WORLD, by John A. Mercuric. 
1 V. Script. © John A. Mercuric; 
2Jun69; C21972. 

THE TEMPEST, by William Shakespeare; 
edited by Leonard Nathanson. 
Dubuque, Iowa, Wm. C. Brown Co. 56 p. 
(The Blackfriars Shakespeare) Five 
acts. NM: additional text, compila- 
tion 8: editorial revision. © Wm. C. 
Brown Co. Publishers; 23May69; A86059. 

TEMPO, DYNAMICS, AND TONE COLOR. 7 1. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 15Dec69; 
C22450. 

TEMPS DE CHIEN. See 

TCHAD. 
TEN CENTS A DANCE, a play by Claire 

Burch. 1 v. Three acts. © Claire 

Burch: 24Nov69; DU75841. 

THE TEN O'CLOCi: SCHOLAR, a comedy in 
two acts by Lewis Band & Milburn 
Smith. Dramatists Play Service. 
70 p. © Lewis Band & Milburn 
Smith; 18Nov69; DF7173. 

TEIffiER, COOL CARE, a play in three acts 
by Charles S. Osborn. 128 1. 
©Charles S. Osborn; 31Dec69; DU7601'( . 

TENEBRAE FOR HOLY CHILDREN, by Louis 

Berrone. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 

® Louis Berrone; 25Jul69; DU74948. 
TERMINATION OF FLIGHT NO. 456, a 30-mln- 

ute drams for television by Nancy L. 

Widdows. 31 1. C Nancy L. Wlddows; 

7Aug69; DU75510. 

TERPSICHORE UNCHAINED. See 

AN ENTERTAINMENT FOR ELIZABETH. 

TERRIBLE JIM FITCH. See 
STOP, YOU'RE KILLING ME. 

TERRITORY, an original screenplay by 
Bill Cunn. 70 1. © Bill Gunn; 
20ct69; DU75486. 



TEXTURE IN MUSIC. 14 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 28Nov69; C22408. 

THADDEUS, by Lucille M. Murray. 110 1. 
A play in 3 acts. Inspired by 
Tartuffe, by Mollere, pseud, of Jean 
Baptiste Poquelin. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 5JUI67, DU69176. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Lucille M. Murray; 
7Aug69; DU75064. 

THANKS, COURTEOUS WALL, by R. David 
Cox. 1 v. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© R. David Cox; 24jul69; DU74984. 

THANKSGIVING DAY IN THE EVENING, by 
Balbina Tavin; adapted from the short 
story by Dorothy Glazer. 25 1. 
A play. © Balbina Tavin; 15Aug69; 
DU75II9. 

THAT LOOK IN YOUR EYES, a one act com- 
edy by Hans W. Rolfs. 34 1. © Hans 
W. Rolfs; lDec69; DU75882. 

THAT SECOND STEP, by Lucile R. Green. 
Los Angeles, Christian Arts Co. 11 p. 
© Christian Arts Co.; 240ct69; D?7l65 . 

THAT UNQUENCHABLE FIRE, a play about 
Gandhi by Ralph T. Templln. 137 1. 
Three acts. © Ralph T. Templin; 
lAug69; DU75537. 

THAT'S A HEE-HAW, by Joe Gibson. 

2 1. © Yonah Music, Inc.; 12Aug69; 

C22087. 

THAT'S ALL THE BALL GAME; for TV & 
clubs by Dayton Allen. 8 1. 
Monologue. © Dayton Allen; 25Sep59; 

022244. 



THEATER GAMES. 
TRIPS. 



See 



THEATRE COMPLET DE MARIVAUX. 
See 
MARIVAUX. 

THEATRE DU MONDE ENTIER. See 
UN BON PATRIOTE. 
DAVID, LA NUIT TOMBE. 
JE PARLE DE JERUSALEM. 
MOCTEZUMA . 

LA NUIT DES ASSASSINS. 
LA PROCHAINE FOES JE VOUa LJi 

CHANTERAI . 
LES PROPRIETAIRES DES CLES. 
RACINES. 
LE RETOUR. 
SOUPE DE POULET A L'ORGE. 

THEATRE I, by Arrabal. Oraison; Les 
deux bourreaux; Fando et Lis; Le 
clmetiere des voltures. [Paris] 
Christian Bourgois. 217 P- ® Chris- 
tian Bourgols; 30Mar68; DF2026. 

THEATRE I, by Emile Zola; pref. de 
Gilbert Sigaux; illus. originales de 
Tim, pseud, of Louis Mitelberg. 
Madeleine et al. [Geneve] Distrlbue 
par le Cercle du Bibliophile. 511 p. 
(Oeuvres completes, 33) © on pref. 
& illus.; Edito-Service, 3.A. ; 
15May69; AFO-58953. 

THEATRE II, by Emile Zola. Sylvanire; 
Lazare; Le naturalisrae au theatre. 
Suivi de Emile Zola et le cinema, par 
Rene Jeanne; pref. de Gilbert Sigaux; 
illus. originales de Tim, pseud, of 
Louis Mitelberg. [Geneve] Distrlbue 
par le Cercle du Bibliophile. 411 p. 
(Oeuvres completes, 34) u or. illus., 
textes, pref. 8: supplement; Edlto- 
Service, S.A.; 13May69; AFO-589I5. 

A THEORY OF POLITICAL CHANGE, by Eugene 
Craven & Jacob 0. Stampen. 23 1. 
Lecture. O Jacob 0. Stampen & Eugene 
Craven; 26Feb69; C2P100. 



THEORY OF TCE: THE STRUCTURE OP FIELD, 
a lecture by Leland G. McDanlel. 
4 V. © Leland Glen McDaniel; l8Dec69; 
C22459. 

THERE ARE NO SQUARES. See 
RED SQUARES. 

THERE AREN'T ANY, by Harris Freedman. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Harris 
Freedman; 22Jul69; DU74922. 

THERE IS A LION IN MY HOUSE. See 

WRITING AND DIRECTING TWO FULL-LENGTH 
PLAYS. 

THERE WAS A DOOR, by Robert Wesley Mar- 
tin. 55 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© Robert Wesley Martin; 3Deo69; 
DU75895. 

THERE'LL BE A WHOLE NEW DAY, a revue by 
James C. Huffstutler, Gary Brewer & 
Steve Brewer (Stephen C. Brewer) with 
additional materials by Candy Arthur. 
1 V. With music. © James C. 
Huffstutler; ljun69; DP7017. 

THERE'S A SMALL HOTEL, a three act play 
by S. P. Olson. 105 1. © S. P. 
Olson; lDec69; DU75886. 

THERE'S A SONG IN THE AIR, by Lucile 
R. Green. Los Angeles, Christian 
Arts Co. 20 p. © Christian Arts 
Co.; 60ct69; DP7164. 

THERE'S A SWEDE IN YOUR FUTURE, by 
RajTnond Keith Bussler. 3 1. 
A story. © Raymond Keith Bussler; 
12Sep69; C22169. 

THERE'S NO IFS, ANDS OR BUTTS ABOUT IT J 
By Samuel Klein. Sheet. Script. 
© Samuel KLein; 5Aug69; C22057. 

THESE HAUUTED FATES, a tragedy by Jay 
Anuskiewicz (James M. Anuskiewicz) 
94 1. Fourteen scenes. © Jay 
Anuskiewicz; l4Aug69; DU75106. 

THEY CAME, by Bonnie Jean Beardsley. 
28 1. A play. © Bonnie Jean 
Beardsley; 22Jul69; DU74906. 

THEY DON'T BUILD 'EM LIKE THEY USED TO, 
by Robert J. Koster. 71 1. A 
screenplay. © Robert J. Koster; 
290ct69; DU75813. 

THIMBLE SUMMER, by Claire G. Miller & 
Selma R. Brody; music by H. Davidson. 
1 V. Recording script. Based on the 
book Thimble summej; by Elizabeth En- 
rlght. © Newbery Award Records, Inc.; 
8Dec69; DU75905. 

THE THIN BLACK LINE, an original motion 
picture script for a feature length 
movie by Phyllis Cunnyngham & 
Shelley Tartaro. 91 1. © Shelley 
Tartaro & Phyllis Cunnyngham; 
29Aug69; DU75234. 

THE THING ABOUT SOCRATES, a fantasy 
by Benedict Jones, pseud, of Jacob 
Tullen. 112 1. 2 acts. © Jacob 
Tullen; 25Aug69; DU75204. 

THING ITSELF. See 

PLAYWRIGHTS FOR TOMORROW. 

THINGS, a one act play by Thomas 

Terefenko. 34 1. © Thomas Terefenko : 

22Aug69; DU75182. 
THINGS STOLEN, THINGS LOST; original 

screenplay by David Robinson. 93 1. 

© David Royden Robinson; 10Nov69; 

DU75767. 

THINGS TO DO ON A RAINY DAY; dialog 
& effects for rainy day. 3 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Darall Productions. ® Darall Produc- 
tions; 29Aug69; C22131. 

THE THIRD PART OP KING HENRY THE SIXTH 
(King Henry the Sixth, part three) 
By William Shakespeare; edited by 
George L.yman Klttredge; rev. by 



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Irving Rlbner. Waltham, Mass., 
Blalsdell Pub. Co. II9 p. (The 
Kittredge ShakespearesJ (A Blalsdell 
book in the humanities) Five acts. 
© Blalsdell Pub. Co., division of 
Ginn 8c Co.; 30Apr69; A793lt2. 

THIRTY DAYS HAS SEPTE^EER. a comedy 
by Charlotte Shane. 99 1. A play 
in 2 acts. & Charlotte Shane; 
12Hov69; DU7577'^■ 

THIS GUY'S IN LOVE; written by Art 

Edelstein (Arthur E. Edelstein) 1 v. 

Screenplay. ® Arthur E. Edelstein; 

17Jul69; DU74883. 
THIS IS THE MAN, by Frank Crocltto. 

1 v. Fourteen scenes. © Frank 

Crocltto; 22Deo69; DU75986. 

THIS LIGHT SHALL NOT PERISH.' Book & 
lyrics by Sarah Marie Schlesinger; 
music by Michael Dansicker. 1 v. 
A musical play in 1 act. ® Sarah 
Marie Schlesinger & Michael Dansicker; 
230c 1 69; DU75670. 

THIS LITTLE PIGGY; screenplay by Tom 
Hart (Thomas B. Hart) 128 1. 
Eighteen scenes. © Thomas B. Hart, 
Jr.; ISSepSg; DU753't4 . 

THIS MANIA FOR RUNNING AROUND HALF 
NAKED, a one act farce by Georges 
Feydeau; adapted by J. I. Rodale. 
42 p. NM: additions. © J. I. Rodale; 
2Sep69; DP7158. 

THIS TIME; screenplay by William Dufty. 
115 1. © William Dufty; 15Sep69; 
DU75551. 

THOU FOOL, by Martin Luther King, Jr. 
15 1. Speech. © Estate of Martin 
Luther King, Jr.; 19Nov69; C22371. 

THOUGH THEY BE MAD, a play in three 
acts by William Henderson. 95 1. 
© William Henderson; 200ct69; DU75617 . 

THOUGHTS ON THE INSTANT OF GREETING A 
FRIEND ON THE STREET, by Jean Claude 
van Itallie & Sharon Thie . (In Col- 
lision course, by Edward Parone. 
New York, Random House, p.81-83) 
© Jean Claude van Itallie & Sharon 
Thie; 3Dec68; DP7050. 

THE THREE BEARS. See 
BEDTIME STORIES. 

THREE COMEDIES; W. Somerset Maugham. 
The circle. Our betters, The constant 
wife. New York, Washington Square 
Press. 296 p. NM: compilation & 
pictorial & textual material on 
cover. ® Simon & Schuster, Inc.; 
15Jan69; A85252. 

THE THREE FACES OF CHRISTMAS, a teen- 
age play in one act by Anne Coulter 
Martens. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
21 p. Appl. author: Walter H. 
Baker Co., employer for hire. 
©Walter H. Baker Co.; lAug69; 
DP7082. 

$300 MISTAKE. 51. 5 recording 
scripts. Appl. author: Ad Factors, 
Inc. © Ad Factors, Inc.; 4Aug69; 
C2205I. 

THREE LANES TO PHILADELPHIA, a film- 
script by Frances Lohman & Helen 
Silverstein. 56 1. © Frances Lohman 
Si Helen Silverstein; 12Aug69; DU75090. 

THE THREE LITTLE PIGS; dramatized by 
Luc lie Brown. HI. A play In 2 
scenes. Includes lyrics for 2 songs. 
© Luc lie Brown; 15Sep69; DU753'^5. 
THREE MEN ON A DRUM, a play by Mary 
Beth Royer (Betty Arlene Royer) 
135 1. Three acts. © Betty Arlene 
Royer; lAug69; DU75020. 

THREE PATHS TO DESTINY, by Paula Paul 
& Madge Harrah. 1 v. A play in 2 

acts. © Paula Paul & Madge Harrah; 
2tNov69; DU75842. 



THE THREE PHASES OF THE BAUHAUS, by 
Howard Dearstyne. 39 1. A slide 
lecture. © Howard Dearstyne; 7Nov69; 
C22383. 

THREE PIECES LEFT, by Hansom Jeffery. 
56 1. A play in 3 pt. © Ransom 
Jeffery; 10Sep69; DU75305 . 

THREE PLAYS, by John Mortimer. The 
dock brief; What shall v.'e tell 
Caroline; I spy. London, Elek Books. 
158 p. S John Mortimer; 28ADr58; 
DF2021. 

THREE PLAYS, by Nikos Kazantzakis, 
translated from the Greek by Athena 
Gianakas Dallas. Christopher 
Columbus; Melissa; Kouros . New York, 
Simon & Schuster. 285 P. Appl. 
author: Simon & Schuster, Inc., 
employer for hire of translator. 
© Simon & Schuster, Inc.; 270ct69; 
A109899. 

THE THREE SISTERS. See 
FOUR PLAYS. 

THE THREE SUMMERS OF ALISON ERASER, by 
Franklin Reiley. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts . Based upon a story by 
Ishbel Ross . © Franklin Claxton 
Reiley; 22Jul69; DU74851. 

THROUGH THE EYES OF YOUTH, an original 
story written by Grace Brooks; 
developed into screenplay with Eddie 
Rio Writers Lab. 30 1. © Grace 
Brooks; 22Jul69; DU7'I-912. 

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, a rock 
musical adaptation of the novel by 
Lewis Carroll, pseud, of Charles 
Lutwidge Dodgson; book & lyrics by 
Mala Wojciechowska (Mala 
Wojciechowska Rodman); music by 
Mourning Reign. 68 1. Three acts. 
Boo:k & lyrics only. © Mala 
Wojciechowska Rodman; 30Jun69; 
DU74805 . 

THURSDAY, a modern morality play by 
Fritz Hochwaelder; translated from 
the German by Elizabeth Auer & Felix 
L. Auer; adapted for the American 
stage by Elizabeth Auer, Felix L. 
Auer & John Buschi. 87 1. Appl. 
states adaptation prev. reg, DU68806 
& translation of Donnerstag, by Fritz 
Hochwaelder prev. reg. DU48939. 
© Elizabeth Auer, Felix L. Auer & 
John A. Buschi; 8Jul69; DU74685. 

THE THWARTING OF BARON BOLLIGREW, a 
play in two acts by Robert Bolt. 
London, Helnemann. 95 P- © Robert 
Bolt; 3Jan66; DF2025. 

THYESTES, by L. A. Seneca; two act 
production script adapted by David 
Litt. 1 V. © David Litt; l4jul69; 
DU74848. 

THE TIDDLY WINKER, by Paul Holmberg. 

36 1. A plav. ® Paul Holm-berF,; 

17Sep69; DU75373. 
TIERRA ROJA; opera en un acto; basada 

en el drama homonimo de Alfonso 

Sastre (Alfonso Sastre Salvador); 

muslca y adaptacion lirica libre 

de Pablo Sorozabal Serrano. l64 p. 

© Pablo Sorozabal Serrano; l8Mar69; 

DU75113. 

A TIME FOR THANKS, by Welford Dunaway 

Taylor. 12 1. A play in 2 scenes. 

© Welford Dunaway Taylor; 23Jul69; 

DU74933. 
TIME: LEARN TO MASTER IT, by Robert 

Henry Smith, Jr. 42 1. Script. 

© Robert Henry Smith, Jr.; 280ct69; 

C22337. 

TIME RAN OUT; shooting script for 
motion picture screenplay; written 
by Ernie P. Grottola. 151 1. R^'^- 
from original script titled The 



price of retribution. Appl. states 

prev. reg. 23Sep68, DU63076. 

® Ernie Pat Grottola; 10Nov69; 

DU75762. 
TIME TABLES, by John A. Packler. 28 1. 

A play. ® John A. Fackler; 2LAug69; 

DU75162. 
A TIME TO BE BORN, by Olga Chalaire. 

5 1. Lecture. © Olga Chalaire; 

4Sep69; C22142. 

A TIME TO SPIN, by Mary Gaskin. 1 v. 
A play in 5 acts. ® Mary Jane Gaskin; 
6Aug69; DU75056. 

TIME UPON TINE, a dance drama by 
lovanna Lloyd Wright. 3 v. Two 
acts. Labanotation. © lovanna 
Lloyd Wright; 200ct69; DU75o07. 

TIR-NA-NOG, by Alice Ellen Heman. 
1 V. A musical play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Alice Ellen 
Heman; 7Jul69; DU74696. 

TIYO, the story of a South African 
millionaire and an African beauty 
queen by Lorna Evelyn Shanks. 7 1. 
A screenplay. © Lorna Evelyn Shanks; 
30Dec69; DU76005. 

TO BE A CHILD, by Barry Downes . 1 v. 
A television play in 3 acts. 
Appl. author: Kap V Films, Ltd., 
employer for hire. © Kap V Films, 
Ltd.; 20Jun69; DU74828. 

TO PERCEIVE THE BEAUTY OF THE WORLD, a 
creative Sabbath service by Robert 
Ganz. 11 p. © Robert Ganz; 3Jul69; 
C21879. 

TO RUSSELL, MY BROTHER WHOM I SLEPT 
WITH, by Bill Cosby (William Cosby, 
Jr.) 9 1. Monolog. © Manger Music; 
26Jun69; C21725. 

TO THE PARENT, by Sara Throop & Barbara 
Homer. I6 1. A lecture. © Learning 
Center, Inc.; 23Sep69; C22234. 

TO WHAT GREEN ALTAR? An original 

screenplay by Robert Cushraan. 145 1. 
© Robert Bryden Cushman, II; 2Sep69; 
DU75249. 

THE TOAST OF MELBA, a one-act comedy 
by Shirl Eernheim (Shirley Bernheim) 
51. © Shirl Bernheim; l8Jul69; 
DU74891. 

TOBE THE MULE, by Roy Lovett & Carrie 
Moran. 3 1. Recitation. Appl. tl.: 
Tobe, 1 & 2. © Yonah Music. Inc.; 
7Nov69; C22419. 

TOGETHER, ALONE; writer, June Eshelman. 
1 V. Filmstrip script. © Graphic 
Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; C22208. 

TOILERS OF THE SEA, by Costel B. 
Grozea. I81 1. A screenplay. 
® Costel B. Grozea; 25Aug69; 
DU75189. 

TOM, a one-act play by Barbara J. 
Harper. 19 1. Book S: lyrics only. 
© Barbara J. Ifirper; l8Ncv69; DU75725 ■ 

TOM, by H. C. Evans, Jr., Murrell 
Weesner & Vlcki Wood Skelton. 2 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts; based on 
The adventures of Tom Sav;yer, by 
Mark Tv.'ain, pseud, of Samuel Lang- 
home Clemens. © H. C. Evans, Jr.; 
29Aug69; DU75133. 

THE TOMORROW MAN; written by William 
Brittain & John Fernandez. 70 1. 
Screenplay. ® John J. Fernandez; 
90ct69; DU7556I. 

TOMORROW OUT OF JOINT; being a dra- 
matic presentation of contemporary 
thought and action in three acts by 
Bruce Edward Dettman. 50 1. 
® Bruce Edward Dettman; l8Dec69; 
DU75965. 



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TOMORROW THE SUN WILL SHINE, by Kathy 
Gaylord Robinson, pseud, of June 
Carey. 1 v. A play in 5 acts. 
© Kathy Gaylord Robinson; 28Aug69; 
DU75228. 

TOO MAI'IY MARINES, a comedy in one act 
by Pamela S. Hargis. 20 1. © Pamela 
S. Hargis; 9Jul69; DU7'+686. 

A TOOTH FAIRY TALE, a musical play to 
be performed entirely by children 
under 12. Book, music Ic lyrics by 
Barbara Danielson. 2 v. © Barbara 
Danielson; 15Aug69; DU75051. 

TOTAL EFFORTS WINS; recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 20 1. © Olds- 
mobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; 021925- 

TOUCHING GROUND, a script by Robert 
Seidman. 25 1. Five sequences. 
© Robert Jerome Seidman; 17Jul69; 
DUTtSrS. 

TOUR, by Terrence McNally. (In Colli- 
sion course, by Edward Parone. New 
York, Random House, p. 87-97) 
© Terrence McNally; 5Dec68; DP7051. 

THE TOURISTS, a screenplay by Edward 
Lovett Kramer, Robert Sussman & 
Harold Sylvester. 40 1. © Edward 
Lovett Kramer, Robert Sussman & 
Harold Sylvester; 12Dec69; DU759t5. 

TOWARD AN INDIGENOUS AMERICAN THEATRE, 
by Frank Silvera. 17 1. © Frank 
Silvera; 23Jul69; C22000. 

TOWN HALL TONIGHT, a musical memoir 

conceived by David Peterson; suggested 
by the book by Harlowe R. Hoyt; 
music & lyrics by David Peterson & 
others. 1 v. © David C. Peterson; 
9Sep69; DU75300. 

TOYS DJ HYDARI MANSION, a play in 
three acts by Vivienne Kenriok. 
36 1. © Vivienne Mary Kenriek; 
lDeo69; DU75805. 

TRAGEDIES, by Seneca. Oedipus, trans- 
lated by Alexander Neville; Troas, 
translated by Jasper Hey wood; Aga- 
memnon, translated by John Studley. 
Edited, with an introd. & notes by 
Eric C. Baade. Macmillan. I89 P- 
(The Classics of Greece & Rome series) 
Appl. author: Macmillan Co., employer 
for hire. NM: pref., introd., editing 
& notes. © Macmillan Co.; llAug69; 
AII4589. 

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF 
DENMARK. See 
ELSINORE. 

THE TRAGEDY OF THE SPARROW, by Walter G. 
Sampson, Jr. 58 1. A play in 7 
scenes. © Walter 0. Sampson, Jr.; 
9Sep69; DU75297. 

THE TRAIL OF TEARS, by Kermlt Hunter. 
Itth draft. 56 1. A play in 2 acts. 
® Cherokee National Historical 
Society, Inc.; 50Sep69; HJ75550. 

TRAIN TIME. See 

TRIPS. 
TRAIN WHISTLE IN A WINTER NIGHT, a play 

by Sarah Davidovich Davis; translated 

from the Yiddish by Max Rosenfeld. 

43 1. Includes music for 1 song. 

© Sarah Davis; 2Ujun69; DF7122. 

TRAMP IN THE DESERT. See 

THE SECRET OF THE CHARTREUSE GARTER. 

TRANSFERS & THE ROOMING HOUSE, by 
Conrad Bromberg. 1 v. Two plays. 

Conrad Brcraberg; 2i(0ot69; DU7567't. 

A TRANSIT OF VENUS, by Orln Tovrov. 

1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book only. O Grin Tovrov; 15Sep69; 
DU75355. 



TRANSPORTATION TODAY. 6 v. Six 
recording scripts. Contents: The 
methods we use. --Water systems. — 
Rail systems. --Air systems. --Highway 
systems. --Systems work together. 
Appl. author: Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc. 
NM: additions. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; lApr69; C21952- 

TRAVEL AND TRADE. See 
LIFE OF A NOMAD PEOPLE. 

TRAVELING IN AND OUT OF OUR CITY. 4 v. 
Filmstrip scripts. Contents: The bus 
station. --The harbor. --The railroad 
station. --The airport. Appl. author: 
Coronet Instructional Films, a divi- 
sion of Esquire, Inc. NM: additions. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a di- 
vision of Esquire, Inc.; 3Aug69; 
C22398. 

A TRAVELOGUE OF THE FAR EAST, by Lynn 
Cowan. 7 1. Recording script. 
© Lynn F. Cowan; l4Aug69; C22102. 

TREASURE ISLAND. 1 v. A musical play. 
Book only. Appl. author: Damll 
Productions. Appl. states: new 
version of a traditional story with 
new additional words. © Damll Pro- 
ductions; I40ct69; DU75552. 

TREASURE ISLAND, by Robert Louis Steven- 
son. 5 V. 5 recording scripts. 
© Classic Text Tapes solely owned by 
Norman H. Rogers; 29May69; DU74722. 

THE TREE, by Adam Osborne. 76 1. 
A play in 5 acts. ® Adam Osborne; 
25Aug69; DU75192. 

TREES. See 

FLOWERS & TREES. 

TRIAL OF JOHN RUSKIN. See 
A FARTHING'S DAMAGES. 

THE TRIBULATIONS OF ELLSWORTH HIBBS; 
original screenplay by Stanley Paley. 
107 1. © Stanley Paley; 2Sep69; 
DU75272. 

A TRIBUTE TO MR. R. G. LETOURNEAU, by 
Robert Wendell Sellers & Sybil Bayles. 
Sheet. Recitation. © Robert Wendell 
Sellers & Sybil Bayles; 280ct69; 
C22336 • 

A TRIP TOGETHER, a play in one act by 
Arturo Parrilla. 35 1. © Arturo 
Parrilla; 17Dec69; DU75961. 

TRIPS, a trilogy by Mark Berman. 1 v. 
Contents; Train time .--Theater games. 
--Route 66. © Mark Berman; l6Dec69; 
DU75956. 

TROAS. See 
TRAGEDIES. 

TROIS PIECES SURREALISTES ; edited by Rober 
G. Marshall & Frederic C. St. Aubyn. 
New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts. 
184 p. Pref. & introd. in English 
Contents: Les Maries de la Tour 
Eiffel, by Jean Cocteau.--L'Armolre 
a glace un beau soir, by Louis 
Aragon. — Victor; ou, Les enfants au 
pouvoir, by Roger Vitrac. NM: pref., 
introd. of volume, introd. to plays, 
footnotes, questions, vocabulary, 
selection & arrangement, e Meredith 
Corp.; 270ct69; A107225. 

THE TROLLEY GOES UP THE STREET FOR MARK 
TWAIN'S DAUGHTERS (The daughter of 
the giant) A play by Bernard 
Sabath. 1 v. Three acts. O Bernard 
Sabath; 19Dec69; DU75970. 

TRUE BLUE'S BLUES; or. The blacque 
hearted headache derailed. By 
C. A. Luther. 32 1. A play in 3 
acts. C C. A. Luther; 27Aug69; 
DU7522'*. 



THE TRUMPETER OF KRAKOW; dramatization 
by S. Brody & C. Miller, original 
music by H. Davidson. 1 v. Recording 
script. Based on the book by Eric P. 
Kelly. © Newbery Award Records, Inc.; 
28nov69; DU75932. 

TRUTH AND NON-VIOLENCE, a new play 
about Gandhiji's freedom movements 
by H. S. Dudihalll. 29 1. Three 
acts. © H. S. Dudihalll; lDec69; 
DU75937 . 

TRUTH GOES MARCHING ON, by Carol C. 
Piper. 49 1. A play in 3 acts. 
® Carol C. Piper; lljul69; DU74823. 

TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION, a 
5-minute radio program by Doane R. 
Hoag. Episodes 1-8. 34 1. 
© Doane R. Hoag; l8jul69; C21999. 

TRUTH WILL PREVAIL, a play on Mahatma 
Gandhi by Theolonio Mascarenhas. 
39 1. Six scenes. Includes music 
to 1 song. ® Theotonlo Mascarenhas; 
l6jul69; DU74876. 

TUESDAY NIGHT BLUES, by Adele Styler. 
10 1. A play. © Adele Styler; 
13Aug69; DU75044. 

THE TUNE OF THE TIME, a musical play; 
book & lyrics by Sheppard Kerman, 
music by Marvin Hamlisch. 1 v. 
7 scenes. Book S: lyrics only. 
© Sheppard Kerman; 12Nov69; DU75692. 

TURN OFF THE DARK, a play by Raymond D. 
Gasper. 60 1. © Raymond D. Gasper; 
25JUI69; DU74951. 

TURNABOUT NIGHT AT THE ZOO, a three act 
play by Carolyn Lane. Cody, Wyo., 
Pioneer Drama Service. 53 P- © Pio- 
neer Drama Service; lSep67; DP7115. 

THE TURNING POINT, a play in one act 
by Fred Carmichael. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 23 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
25Nov69; DP7186. 

THE TURTLE BACK PAINTER. See 

DEKE THE DROPOUT. 
THE TWELVE CAESARS, by Violet Priestley. 

24 1. Filmstrip script. © Violet 

Priestley d.b.a. Library Filmstrip 

Center; 8Dec69; C22430. 

TWELVE DANCING PRINCESSES, a play in 
two acts by I. E. Clark> Schulen- 
berg, Tex., Stage Magic Plays. 
30 1. Based on the fairy tale by 
Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm. ©I.E. Clark; 
8Sep69; A97917. 

TWITCHING, a screenplay by Cecil C. 
Hoge, Jr. 136 1. © Cecil C. 
Hoge, Jr.; 7Jul69; DU74760. 

THE TWO-CHARACTER PLAY, by Tennessee 
Williams (Thomas Lanier Williams) 
New Directions. 96 p. Three parts. 
© Tennessee Williams; 6nov69; 
AIO75II. 

TWO GUYS, by Robert Jerome Seidman. 
105 1. A screenplay. S Robert 
Jerome Seidman; 26Aug69; DU752C'7 . 

TWO MINI-PLAYS, by Margretta Scott 
Lawler. 1 v. Contents: The day 
after it happened. --Lullaby. © Mar- 
gretta Scott Lawler; 90ct69; DU75558. 

THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by George Lyman 
Kittredge; rev. by Irving Ribner. 
Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. 
130 p. (The Kittredge Shakespeares) 
5 acts. © Blaisdell Pub. Co., a divi- 
sion of Ginn & Co.; 28Aug69; A104o62. 

TWO ORIGINAL PLAYS: NO MESSAGE, ON A 
MOTORCYCLE YOU GOTTA RIDE BEHIND, by 
Marya Bednerik. Ann Arbor, 
University Microfilms Library Ser- 
vices. Microfilm. (Doctoral dis- 
sertation series) © Marya Bednerik; 
29May69; A81102. 



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TWO PLAYS BY GEORGE COIMAN THE ELDER: 
A CRITICAL EDITION, ty Thomas 
Frederick Price. Ann Arbor, Univer- 
sity Microfilms Library Services. 
Microfilm. (Doctoral dissertation 
series) © Thomas Frederick Price; 
29May69; A8II39. 

THE TWO ROADS OF LIFE, by John J. Brown. 
Sheet. Lecture. ® John J. Brown; 
19Sep69; C22192. 

TWO ROMANTICS. See 
I AM ELISABET. 

TWO TEARS, ONE LAUGH, by Donald Taggart . 
1 V. Two acts. © Donald B. Taggart; 
l4Aug69; DU75108. 

2000 A. D. ; A MUSICAL DRAMA, by John 
D'Estalng Adams. 94 1. Three acts. 
Book only. © John D'Estalng Adams; 
l8Aug69; DU75045. 

2000 YEARS OF TRAVELERS' TALES, an en- 
tertainment devised and presented by 
Hanns Ebensten. 44 1, © Hanns 
Ebensten; 26Aug69; DU75449. 

[TWO VOICE PLYMOUTH ROADRUNNER RADIO 
CAMPAIGN: I'M GOMIA PUNCH HIM IN THE 
NOSE] by Earl R. Wettstein. 1 v. 
Scripts. © Earl R. Wettstein; 
l8Sep69; C22270. 

TYRANNY BEGINS AT HOME, a play in one 
act by Ida Krangel. 44 1. © Ida 
Krangel; 19Dec69; DU75974. 



u 



UBU ROSCOE; or, Our Gorgon's glare in 
thought, the transparent shield. By 
Bob Burleson (Bobby J. Burleson) 
83 1. A play. © Bob Burleson; 
26Nov69; DU75858. 

UH HUH YEAH; words & music by Vee 
Pea, pseud, of Virginia Bland, & 
Mamie P., pseud, of Mamie Davis. 
Folder. © Kama Sutra Music, Inc.; 
23Jul69; C22122. 

ULYSSES S. GRANT--THE MAN, by Robert C. 
Brady. 84 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Robert C. Brady; 17Sep69; DU75377. 

THE UMBRELLA; Maupassant's famous 
story as adapted by J. I. Rodale. 
May 1969 version. 29 p. © J I 
Rodale; 5May69; DP70>4 . 

DER UNBEDEUTENDE, Posse mit Gesang In 
drel Akten by Johann Nestroy, rait 
einem Vorwort versehen von Gustav 
Plchler. Wlen, Bergland. 100 p. 
(Osterreich-reihe, Bd.362) © on 
Introd.; Bergland; 16Jun69; AFO-5956O. 

UN-BIRTHDAY COSMETICS; television 
commercial by Jone Allison Booraem. 
Sheet. Appl. ti.: Un-birthday 
party make-up. © Jone Allison 
Booraem; 12Sep69; C22170. 

THE UNCLE TOM COLLINS, a black comedy. 

An original screenplay by Gerald & 

Elliot Richman. 83 1. © Gerald 

Richman & Elliot Richman; 22Sep69; 

DU7 5^+23 • 
UNCLE VANYA, by Anton Chekhov; adapted 

into a one act play by J. I. Rodale. 

53 p. NM: additions & revisions. 

© J. I. Rodale; 5Nov69; DP7182. 

UNCLE VANYA; scenes from country life 
in four acts by Anton Chekhov; 
translated from the Russian by 
Tyrone Guthrie & Leonid Kipnls. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press. 86 p. (Minnesota drama 
editions, no. 5) NM: director's 
introd. © Tyrone Guthrie; lApr69; 
A82987. ' 

UNCLE VANYA; scenes from country life 
In four acts by Anton Chekhov; 
translated from the Russian by 



Tyrone Guthrie & Leonid Kipnls. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press. 86 p. (Minnesota drama 
editions, no. 5) NM: translation. 
© Tyrone Guthrie & Leonid Kipnls; 
lApr69; A82986. 

UNCLE VAMYA. See 
FOUR PLAYS. 

UNDER GANDHI'S SHADOW, a modern play by 
Henry Woon (H. W. Louie, pseud.) 
51 1. Three acts. © Henry Woon; 
4Aug69; DU75035. 

UNDER THE GREEN DRAGON, by Judson 
Scruton. 68 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Judson Scruton; 200ct69; DU75620. 

UNDER THE LID; or. Have a heart. A 
play in three acts by Milo Thomas. 
1 V. © Milo Thomas; 170ct69; DU75727. 

UNDERCOVER ACTION, a play by Carolyn 
Rodgers. 4 1. © Carolyn M. Rodgers; 
240ct69; DU75679. 

UNDERSTANDING THE FAMILY LIFE CYCLE. 
14 1. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt . San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
15Dec69; C22448. 

UNFAMILIAR DISEASES IN RETURNING GI'S. 
7 1. Appl. author: Upjohn Co. 
©Upjohn Co.; 150ct69; C22302. 

UNKNOWN PLANET. See 

RANDY RYDER IN OUTER SPACE. 

UNTIL I DIE AGAIN, by Prank Dandrldge. 
1 V. A screenplay. © Frank 
Dandridge; 30Sep69; DU75516. 

"$(&;? AN UNTITLED EXPERIENCES, by 
Donald Stewart, Jr. 1 v. A screen- 
play in 67 segments. © Donald 
Stewart, Jr.; 14Aug69; DU75II2. 

UNTITLED NO.l, by Terry Wilcox. 8 1. 

A play. © Terry Wilcox; 2Sep69; 

DU75513. 
UNTITLED PLAY, a subversive comedy 

by Art Buchwald . 1 v. 2 acts. 

© Art Buchwald; 26Aug69; ^75212. 
UP IN THE COUNTRY, a play by Lynne 

Banker (Lynne Banker Shapiro) 98 1. 

© Lynne Banker; 27Aug69; DU75147. 

UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE, by Bel Kaufman; 
full-length comedy dramatized by 
Christopher Sergei. Chicago, ^ 
Dramatic Pub. Co. I55 p. Two acts. 
© Bel Kaufman; 23Sep69; DP7128. 

UP THE LADDER, DOWN THE LADDER ALL 
YOU'VE GOT'S A LIFETIME, a new 
musical play in two acts; book by 
Louis R. Nardi; music & lyrics by 
Louis R. Nardi & Charles Titone. 
165 p. © Louis R. Nardi & Charles 
Titone; 8May69; DP7066. 

UP THE WITCHDOCTOR; stage play by Paul 
Casey. 109 1. Two acts. © Paul 
Arnold Casey; 7Apr69; DF7033. 

UP YOUR ESTABLISHMENT, a screenplay by 
Jon Stathakls, Steve Schwartz Sc Ray 
Wells (Raphael Arguelles); original 
story by Ray Wells. 66 1. © Ray 
Wells; 22Dec69; DU75983. 

US GOLFERS CURSE YOU, WIDOW KIMSOCK; or. 
Oil wells and cattle on a golf course. 
A comic modern musical melodrama in 
two acts; book & lyrics by Rainsford 
J. Winslow; music from Gilbert & Sul- 
livan. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. July I967, 
DU6935O. NM: revisions. © Rainsford 
J. Winslow & Winifred W. Winslow: 
10ct69; DU75478. 

USE OF PRECISION TOOLS. See 
[BASIC MACHINE SHOP PRACTICES] 



USE YOUR DUPLICATOR; script of record 
for sound filmstrip by Stanton C. 
Gates. 91. © Stanton C. Oates : 
130ct69; C22282. 



USING STANDARD UNITS. 
MEASURING THINGS. 



See 



V 



THE VACUUM; one act play by P. J. Jones 
& B. Robertson. 10 1. © Peggy Jean 
Jones 8: Brenda Marlene Robertson- 
30Sep69; DU75555. 

THE VANILLA VIKING, a three act play 
for children by Phyllis McCallum. 
Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama Service. 
51 p. Includes lyrics for 2 songs & 
music for 1. © Pioneer Drama Service; 
l5Aug69; DFTloS. 

VANITY HAPPENING. See 

GIVE MY REGARDS TO OFF- OFF- 
BROADWAY. 

THE VANITY OF NOTHING, by J. I. Rodale. 
1 V. Contents: The stolen golden 
chalice. --The poachers. © J. i. 
Rodale; 5May69; DP7037. 

VARSITY VIC; a script by School of 
Allied Medical Professions, College 
of Medicine, The Ohio State Universi- 
ty. 81. © School of Allied Medical 
Professions, The Ohio State Universi- 
ty; 22Dee69; C22471. 

VEM AR DET SOM STYR? (Who's in control') 
Foredrag over Krlsten Vetenskap av 
Charles W. Ferris; Brita Thoren, 
translator. 30 1. Appl. ti.: 
A lecture on Christian Science. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 4Dec67 
C20267. © Charles W. Ferris- ' 
29Aug69; C22177. 

VENETIANS BLIND, by Karyn Traut. 1 v 
A play in 3 acts. © Karyn W. Traut; 
200ct69; DU756II. 

VENICE PRESERVED, by Thomas Otway; 
edited by Malcolm Kelsall. Lincoln, 
University of Nebraska Press. I16 p 
4S!|?"ts„festoratlon drama series, 
BB271) Five acts. NM: introd., 
annotation & compilation 
© University of Nebraska ' Press; 
13Jun69; A79915. 

VERB TENSE. 5 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District, © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 28Nov69; 
C22402. 

VERTIGO. See 

DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF VERTIGO. 

VIBRATIONS, a musical play; book, lyrics 
& music by Naomi Heschong & Gael Doug- 
lass. 2 V. Two acts. © Gael T. 
Douglass; 26Aug69; DU75085. 

VICE AND VIRTUE, an original screen- 
play by Louis Lefort. 107 1. 
© Louis Lefort; 21Nov69; DU75836. 

VICTOR. See 

TROIS PIECES SURREALISTES . 

THE VINDICATION OF RICHARD III, by 
Moody Blanchard. l83 1. A play In 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
14Nov68, DU72911. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Moody Convllle Blan- 
chard, Jr.; 6Nov69; DU75748. 

VIOLENCE AND PAIN IN ENTERTAINMENT, by 
Bosley Crowther. 5 1. Lecture. 
Appl. author: Upjohn Co., employer for 
hire. © Upjohn Co.; 25Sep69; C22185 . 
THE VIDLINDEN TREE; music by George 
Lynn, words by Alleen Fisher. 143 p. 
A music-drama In 3 acts. © George 
Lynn & Alleen Fisher; 25Aue69: 
DU75174. ' -^ b y. 



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THE VIRUS, a play in three acts by- 
Herbert Kubly. 1 V. © Herbert 
Kubly; 6May69; DU74709. 

THE VISIT (Der Besuch der Alten Dame) 
A tragi-comedy by Friedrich DUrren- 
matt; translated from the German by 
Patrick Bowles. London, Jonathan 
Cape. 109 p. Three acts. Appl. 
author: Jonathan Cape, Ltd., employer 
for hire of Patrick Bowles. © on 
translation; Jonathan Cape; g7Aug6?; 
DFPOgi* . 

THE VISITORS, a play by Anthony Tulte, 
pseud, of Robert J. Tulte. Hk 1. 
Three acts. © Rober [sic] J. Tulte; 
'lAug69; DU75029. 

VISUALIZATION STEP. 12 1. Appl. 
author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District; l6jul69: 
C 21980. 

VOCATIONAL OBJECTIVES; writer, Rita 
Kasper. 1 v. Filmstrip script. 
(Office education series) © Graphic 
Research, Inc.; 7Aug69; C22229. 

A VOICE FROM THE FIRE, by T. Fallon. 
90 1- A play in J acts. © Thomas 
Christopher Fallon, Jr. & Jacqueline 
Frances Thibodeau Fallon: 22Sep69: 
DU75427. 

VOICE OF THE GENE, a black play in 
three acts by Elwood Williams. 
59 1- Appl. states prev. reg. 
21Jul66. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Elwood E. Williams; 15Sep69; 
DU75'*06. 

VOICES FROM ALASKA'S PAST; six short 
plays by Richard Peter. Cody, Wyo., 
Pioneer Drama Service. 58 p. 
® Pioneer Drama Service; 15Sep68; 
DP7120. 

VOICES FROM THE DEEP; prepared by Jerry 
Fairbanks Productions of California: 
writer, Robert Hecker. 3d draft. 
25 1. (A Bell system science short) 
Script. © American Telephone & Tele- 
graph Co.; 25Aug69; C 22197. 

VOICES OF PRESIDENTS PAST. 6 1. Tape 
script. Appl. author: Upjohn Co. 
© Upjohn Co.; lAug69; 022040. 

VOLKSWAGENS AND WINE GROW BETTER WITH 
TIME; or. The Volkswagen is like wine, 
the older, the better. Dialogue by 
Felix M, Goizueta-Diaz. Sheet. 
© Felix M. Golzueta-Diaz; 12Nov69; 
0225^19. 

THE VOLUNTEERS, by Harry P. Bailey. 
1 V. A play in two scenes. © Harry 
P. Bailey; 7Jul69; DU7'*759. 

A VOYAGE TO BROBDINGNAG, TAPE 4-6. See 

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. 
A VOYAGE TO LILLIPUT, TAPES 1-3 . See 

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. 



w 



WSGN PINKER PSSSSSTHINKER CONTEST; 
written by Ashworth. 1 v. Radio 
script. © Chuck Ashworth; 200ct69; 
C22523 . 

WAIT FOR WAGONS; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 12 1. © Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; C21915. 

THE WAITING ROOM, a dramatic fantasy 
by Goraon C. Bennett. 18 1. 
O Gordon C. Bennett; 220ct69; 
DU75689. 

THE WAITRESS, by Margaret S. Jaater. 
8 1. Monolog. © Margaret S. Jaater; 
ltjul69; C21970. 



THE WAKE, FUNERAL, AND SUBSEQUENT BURIAL 
OF PASQUALE G. DELLAPORTA, by Ralph 
Accardo. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Ralph Accardo; 21Aug69; DU75165. 

WALDEK POND '.■TENT THATAWAY, a comedy by 
Bill Hufham. 130 1. A play in 3 
acts. Appl. ti. : Walsen Pond went 
thataway. ® Billy Gary Hufham; 
12Nov69; DU75776. 

THE WALL, a play in one act & two scenes 
by Marvin 0. Ogle. 1 v. © Marvin 
0. Ogle; 30Dec69; DU76002. 

WALL STREET REPORT, by William F. Ken- 
ny. 2k 1. Television script. 
© William F. Kenny; 20Nov69; C22387. 

THE WALLSENDS, a quiet comedy in the 
manner of a family photograph album 
by Robert Andrew Bonnard. 1 v. 
A play in 12 scenes. © Robert 
Andrew Bonnard; 15Dec69; DU75951. 

WALSEN POND WENT TH.A.TAWAY. See 
WALDEN FOND WENT THATAWAY. 

WALTZING GRANDMA. See 

WHEN WE'RE STILL YOUNGSTERS OF SIXTY- 
TWO. 

WANDA, by Barbara Loden (Barbara Loden 
Kazan) 141 1. A screenplay. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 6Aug62, DU55981. 
I'M: additions & revisions. ® Founda- 
tion for Film Makers, Inc.; 12Sep69; 
DU75326. 

A WANDERING ARAMEAN WAS MY FATHER, a 
three-act play by Gerald F. Harris; 
music composed by Paul R. Goldstaub. 
2 v. ® Paul Robert Goldstaub & 
Gerald F. Harris; 80ot69; DU75544. 

WARM THE HEART, a comedy drama by 

Michael Kallesser. 1 v. Three acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3Apr69, 
DU74436. NM: arrangement & dramatic 
text. © Michael Kallesser; 15Nov69; 
DU75690. 

WARRANTY-IN-SOUND, by Jeff Segal. 
2 1. Recording script. © Jeff 
Segal; 22Jul69; C21995. 

WAR'S PRISONERS, by Dwight Steward. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Dwight 
Steward; 2Sep69; DU75254. 

WAS HEISST HIER VOLSINII? Bewegte 
Szenen aus dem klassischen 
Wirtschaftsleben by Peter RUhmkorf. 
Reinbek bei Hamburg [Ger.] Rowohlt 
Verlag. 142 p. © Rowohlt Verlag 
G.M.B.H.; IIJUI69; DF2016. 

WAS IT HEAVEN? OR HELL? By Mark Twain, 
pseud, of Samuel Langhorne Clemens; 
adapted as a one-act play by Robert 
Brorae. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. 
Co. 19 p. (Eldridge popular one- 
act playsorlpts) © Robert Brome; 
lSep69; DP7190. 

WATCH THE BIRDIE, by Norman Krasna. 
Dramatists Play Service. 79 P- 
Two acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
250ct61, DU54133. NM: additions 
& revisions. ® Norman Krasna; 
26Nov69; DF7172. 

WATCH THE WATCH, an adventure play for 
young people by Lucy Chase (Lucy Chase 
Stephenson) & Jim Bob Stephenson. 
42 1. Two scenes. ® Lucy Chase Ste- 
phenson & Jim Bob Stephenson; 22Deo69; 
DU75981. 

THE WATER AND THE RICE, by Roma Greth. 

84 1. A play in 2 acts. © Roma 

Greth; llAug69; DU75071. 
WATER SYSTEMS. See 

TRANSPORTATION TODAY. 

THE WAY IT IS; conceived St written by 
Gil Blum; music by Buddy Bregman; 
lyrics by Michael Greer. 1 v. Appl. 
authors: Lee HesseL*^ Clairn!an_P''o- 



ductions, Ltd., employers for hire. 
© Lee Hessel & Clairman Productions, 
Ltd.; 240ct69; DU7568O. 

THE WAY OF DEMOSTHENES, AND WONDER 
BOY; two plays by D. F. Hart, Jr. 
1st ed. New York, Exposition Press. 
42 p. © D. F. Hart, Jr.; 21May69; 
A88IOO. 

THE WAYWARD CLOCKS, a two act play for 

children by Carolyn Lane. Cody, Wyo., 

Pioneer Drama Service. 30 p. 

© Pioneer Drama Service; 15Aug69; 

DF7IO9. 
THE WAYWARD SURGEON, by Leonard L. 

Perlmutter. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 

© Leonard L. Perlmutter; 2Sep69; 

DU75261. 

WE AIN'T NO HAMLETS, a comedy in two 
acts by Jonas V. Narbutas . 105 1- 
Appl. states prev. reg. 25May59, 
DU49095. NM: editorial revision. 
© Jonas V. Narbutas; 29Aug69; 
DU75232. 

WE ARE ALL BROTHERS AND SISTERS, an 
original story written & adapted for 
television by Mary Lee Ingram. 
30 1, © Mary Lee Ingram; 25Nov69; 
DU75855. 

WE ARE ALL PEOPLE, a drama in two acts 
with requiem by Ruth Furst, pseud, 
of Ruth Pearl. II6 1. © Ruth Pearl; 
2Jul69; DU74714. 
'/IE ARE PROUD, an original plaj' by 
Shayna Keces. 40 1. Three acts. 
© Shayna Keces; 4Aug69; DU75028. 

WE CAME IN PEACE FOR ALL MANKIND. 11 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Doubleday & Co., Inc., employer for 
hire. Appl. states no copyright 
claimed on U. S. Government material. 
© on narration; Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 
28jui69; C21991. 

WE CAN MAKE OUR LIVES SUBLIME, a play 
In one act by Norman J. Fedder. 35 p. 
© Norman J. Fedder; 29Sep69; DU75475. 

WE COME THIS FAR BY FAITH, a one act 
play written by Ruth N. Lockett. 
5 p. © Ruth N. Lockett; 110ct69; 
DP7175 . 

WE ONLY WANT THE FACTS, MAM. See 
THE FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE: 

FINDERS, KEEPERS; LOSERS, WEEPERS. 

WE ONLY WANT TO HELP YOU. See 
HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY. 

WE WILL SUFFER AND DIE IF WE HAVE TO, 
a folk play for Martin Luther King 
by Colin Hodgetts. Headington Hill 
Hall, Oxford, Religious Education 
Press. 40 p. Two pt. © Colin 
Hodgetts; 51Jul69; AF29545. 

WEDDED TO A VILLAIN; or, Locked in a 
living tomb. An olde-time melodrama 
by Raymond Hull. Cody, Wyo., Pioneer 
Drama Service. 59 p. © Pioneer 
Drsuna Service; lSep67; DP7101. 

A WEDDING BY THE WATERS OF BABYLON, 
by Byron Rushing. 5 1- E Byron 
Rushing; 13Nov69; C22365. 

WEDDING CEREMONY FOR AFRO- AMERICANS; 
written by John R. Bryant. 4 1. 
© John Richard Bryant; 6Nov69; C22351, 

THE WEEK THAT WAS; recording script for 
General Motors Corp. by Jam Handy 
Organization. 16 1. © General 
Motors Corp.; 2Jul69; C21899. 

WEEKEND CAMPING TRIP. See 
ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW. 

WEIGHT & BALANCE, SECTION A-C. 3 v. 
Scripts of disc recorded narrations 
to be reproducei_as educaUonal lec- 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



137 



tures, Appl. author: Sanderson Films. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1962, C14967- 
14966, 14962. NM: editorial revision 
& additions. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
lMay69; C2l876-2l878. 

A WELCOME SEDUCTION, a comedy in three 
acts by Fred Schiller. 1 v. 
© Fred Schiller; 9Jul69; DU74684. 

WEST TO THE GOLDEN GATE; screenplay by 
Howard Estabrook & Rowland V. Lee. 
37 1. A play. © Rowland V. Lee & 
Howard Estabrook; 3IJUI69; DI175OO3. 

WESTERN CAMPFIRES. 2 1. Dialog. 
Appl. author: Damil Productions. 
© Damil Productions; 29Ju16Q: 
C22013. 

THE WESTERN OMELET, by James Moss. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. ® James 
Moss; 20ct69; DU75502. 

WESTINGHOUSE COURSE. See 

AUTOMATIC METAL INERT GAS CLADDING. 

WHAT A day; An entertainment by 
Michael A. Del Medico. 38 1. A 
musical play. Book Sc lyrics only. 
© Michael A. Del Medico; 31Jul69; 
DU75007 . 

WHAT A MESS. See 

DR. SFORZA. Script no. 6. 

WHAT ABOUT LEROY CARTER? An original 
3-aot play by Paris M. Goodrum. 77 1. 
© Paris M. Goodrum; 22Dec69; DU75980. 

WHAT COMES NATURALLY; recording script 
for Allied Mills by Jam Handy Pro- 
ductions. 36 1. © Allied Mills, 
Inc.; 2Jul69; C2I909. 

WHAT FOOLS BE, ANGELS KUOW, by Loval 
Sola. 1 V. A play in 4 acts. 
© Loval Sola; 8Aug69; DU75067. 

WHAT HAPPENED. See 

HEAR THE SOUND OP RECOVERY. 

WHAT SHALL WE TELL CAROLINE. 
See 
THREE PLAYS. 

WHAT TO DO TILL THE PSYCHIATRIST COMES; 
manuscript for oral delivery by 
Barbara Mary Muhl . 1 v. ® Barbara 
Mary Muhl; 12Nov69; C22361. 

WHAT? WOMEN VS. MEDICINE! A drama- 
tization by Eleanor V. Garbett. 
1st ed. New York, Exposition Press. 
46 p. © Eleanor V. Garbett; 30Sep69; 
AIIO778 . 

WHAT'S NEW IN THE FOREST PRIMEVAL? 
By Ruth Wilent Heaney. 4l 1. 
A screenplay. © Ruth Wilent Heaney; 
28Nov69; DU75B66. 

WHAT'S UP, DOC? Recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 18 1. © Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; C21918. 

WHAT'S WRONG WITH AMERICAN LIBERALISM, 
by Art King (Arthur H. King, Jr.) 
6 1. © Arthur H. King, Jr.; 
l6jul69; C21982. 

IfflEELS THAT APPEAL TO SPECIAL PEOPLE; 
recording script for Oldsmobile Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 
16 1. © Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2Jul69; C21924. 

WHEN I AM KING, a royal romp by John H. 
He'arn. 137 1. © John H. Hearn; 

/—^ 24Sep69; DU75514 . , . 

WHEN IN ROME, by Aloystas R. Clarke. \ 
1 V. Pr pfcaysin ^ aJ£g>\©jL4oy s ius \ 
Rolana=t;i®ke^ ^25Aug69; DU75206. . i 

' WHEN THE BOUGH BREAKS (Boy) By Con- 
stance C. Loux (Faith Dolman, pseud.) 
110 1. A play in 2 acts. © Constance 
C. Loux; 8Dec69; DU75915. 



WHEN THESE WALLS SPEAK. See 
CUANDO LAS MURALLAS HABLAN . 

WHEN WE'RE STILL YOUNGSTERS OF SIXTY- 
TWO; or. The waltzing grandma. A 
musical comedy-farce in three acts 
by Laura Lindsey, pseud, of Cleora 
M. Ewalt. 1 V. Book & lyrics only. 
© Cleora Mary Ewalt; 15Dec69; DU75938. 

WHEN YOU CHANGE TO LAMPUS, YOU'LL 
WELCOME THE CHANGE. Sheet. Appl. 
author: Ad Factors, Inc. © Ad 
Factors, Inc.; llAug69; C22066. 

WHEN YOUR MOTHER COMES HOME, a play 
in two acts by Joe Spaulding. 
1 V. © Joe Spaulding; 25Aug69; 
DU75188. 

WHEN YOU'VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES; record- 
ing script for Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 
28 1. ® Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 2Jul69; 
C21917 . 

WHERE ARE ALL THE POMPON GIRLS? By 
Allen Davis III. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Allen Davis, III; 290ct69; 
DU75707 . 

WHERE DID MR. FOSTER GO? A play by 
Ted Pezzulo (Salvatore A. Pezzulo) 
23 1. © Ted Pezzulo; 31Dec69; 
DU76OIO. 

WHERE DO WE GO PROM HERE? A new 

musical; book & lyrics by John Arnold. 
38 p. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg- 19May69, DU74646. NM: additions. 
© John Arnold; 29Sep69; DU75469. 

WHERE IS THE BUTCHER'S WIFE? Author, 
Tommy Morris. 1 v. A screenplay. 
© Tommy Morris; 24Nov69; DU75939. 

THE WHERE IT'S AT OF EAT, by Jeffry 

R. Mayer. Sheet. Recitation. © Jeff 
Mayer; 90ct69; C22267 . 

WHERE STRANGE ANIMALS PLAY, a 

contemporary scene in three acts and 
an epilogue by Don Bermon Bailey. 
79 1. © Don Bermon Bailev; 10Jul69; 
DU74814 . 

WHERE THERE'S SMOKE IT'S SMOKEY. See 
THE GREAT PAYROLL ROBBERY. 

WHERE WE AT? By Martie Charles (Martha 
Elizabeth Evans Charles) 10 1. A 
play. © Martha Elizabeth Evans 
Charles; 3IJUI69; DU75009. 

WHICH TIE SHOULD I WEAR, a one-act 
play by Hugh Taliaferro (James 
Hubert Taliaferro, Jr.) 36 1. 
© James Hubert Taliaferro, Jr.; 
3OJUI69; DU74997. 

WHILE THE AUTO WAITS. See 

THE LOVE LIFE OF HERBERT PACKEN- 
STACKER. 

WHILE VENUS WEPT, by Gary Scott Saipe. 
86 1. A play in 3 acts. © Gary 
Scott Saipe; 2Sep69; DU75253. 

WHISKEY CREEK, a comedy in three acts 
by Ethel Tasker. 38 1. © Ethel 
Tasker; 15Sep69; DU75353. 

WHISPERIN' BILL; words & music by Chill 
Wills. 2 1. Recitation. © Valando 
Music, Inc.; 240ct69; C22325. 

THE WHITE HORSES, a paradox play, a 
poetic melodrama in seven scenes by 
Leonard Horwitz. 54 1. © Leonard 
Horwitz; 130ct69; DU75575 . 

WHITSUNTIDE, by Tom LaBar. 1 v. A 

play in 3 acts. © Tom LaBar; 

BSep69; DU75285. 
WHO CARES? By David E. Howell, 

A„play in 3 acts. © David E. 

28NOV69; DU75861. 



72 1. 
Howell; 



WHO CHAINED THEMSELVES TO SUBWAYS, a 
play in three acts by Daniel Judah 
Sklar. 67 1. © Daniel Judah Sklar; 
150ct69; DU75594. 



WHO IS ALFRED E. BLOOM? Original story 
by Jeffrey S. Konvitz & Daniel Paul- 
son; screenplay by Jeffrey S. Kon- 
vitz. 92 1. © Jeffrey S. Konvitz & 
Daniel L. Paulson; ljul69; DU74677. 

WHO IS THY SERVANT? Original story 
& screenplay by Irene W. Danahy. 
46 1. © Irene W. Danahy; 19Nov69; 
DU75794 . 

WHO KILLED THE CHIEF? By David Leon 
Chandler. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© David Chandler; 22Jul69; DU74916. 

WHO LIVES IN THE CASTLE? By Jack Car- 
roll. 36 1. A play. © John F. 
Carroll; 5Nov69; DU75758. 

WHO WILL LAUGH AT THE OLD MAN NOW? 
By William Shepard. Cody, Wyo., 
Pioneer Drama Service. 20 p. © Pio- 
neer Drama Service; 15Sep68; DF7110. 

WHO'S BEEN SLEEPING IN MY BIDET? By 
William Alton Wilder, Jr. 39 1. A 
play. © William Alton Wilder, Jr.; 
9Jul69; DU74788. 

WHO'S IN CONTROL. See 

VEM AR DET SOM STYR. 
WHO'S THAT KNOCKING? A trilogy by 

F. Herbert Fog. Labor management; 

I never let my son sing to me; 

Scratch a rabbi. 1 v. © F. Herbert 

Fog; 15Dec69; DU75953. 

WHOSE PARTY IS IT, ANYWAY? By Noel 
Hamilton (Noel Hamilton Bustard) 
18 1. A musical screenplay. Book & 
lyrics only. © Noel Hamilton Bustard; 
21Apr69; DU75137. 

WHY, a motion picture script by 
Ronald G. Capalaces. 94 1. 
© Ronald G. Capalaces; 3OJUI69; 
DU74999. 

WHY CHANGE? A lecture on Christian 
Science by Otto Berts chi; Hi Kyung 
Hahn, translator. l4 p. Korean; 
title & author transliterated. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5May69, 
C218I7. © Otto Bertschi; l8Aug69; 
022183. 

WHY DO WE NEED LIMITS? Script by 
Mathematical Sciences Group. 12 1. 
Appl. author: Les A. Karlovltz. 
© Mathematical Sciences Group, Inc.; 
23Dec69; C22477. 

WHY HUMAN BEINGS BEHAVE AS WE DO, by 
Lillian Hubbard. 4l 1. © Lillian 
Hubbard; 27Aug69; C22127 . 

THE WIDOW'S ICETE, by Kenneth Cooney. 
22 1. A play. © Kenneth F. Cooney; 
4Sep69; DU75275. 

THE WILD DUCK, by Henrik Ibsen; a new 
translation, the writing of the play, 
criticism. Translated & edited by 
Dounia B. Christiani. 1st ed. New 
York, Norton. 226 p. (Norton criti- 
cal editions) Five acts. NM: trans- 
lation, pref., compilation, chronolo- 
gy & bibliography. © W. W. Norton Sc 
Co., Inc.; 30Dec68; A86429. 

THE WILD FLOWERS, a film by Gerald C. 
Maxey. 128 1. © Gerald C. Maxey; 
l8Dec69; DU75963. 

WILD PIG, by Dale Bilek. 1 v. A 
play in 2 acts. © Dale Bilek; 
21Nov69; DU75831. 

THE WILD SWANS, by Philip Lanza. 1 v. 
A play. © Philip Lanza & Gluck 
Sandor; 30Sep69; DU75499. 

THE WILDEST ROMP OF ALL, a screenplay 
by Joseph T. Sullivan & John R. Curd. 
1 V. ® Joseph T. Sullivan & John R. 
Curd; l8jul69; DU74887. 

THE WILL OF MISS MEL, an allegorical 
entertainment by Eleanor Zlmmer. 
116 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Eleanor Zimmer; 24nov69; DU75851. 



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WILL THE REAL RICH LITTLE PLEASE STAND 
UP? A play with music; book by Allen 
Sohrader, lyrics by Alan Sandy. 
101 1. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Allen Schrader; 4Sep69; DU75279. 

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S NAKED HAMLET, 
a production handbook by Joseph Papp, 
assisted by Ted Cornell. Macmillan. 
187 p. Appl author: Macmillan Co., 
employer for hire. NM: editorial 
commentary, production notes, 
abridgement of play, compilation of 
illus. © Macmillan Co. ; 22Sep69; 
A1056r8. 

WILLIE, by Gall E. Coffman. 78 1. A 
television play in t acts. © Gail E. 
Coffman; 8Dec69; DU75910. 

WILLIE, by Joseph J. Ponzl. 1 v. A 
play in 3 acts. © Joseph J. Ponzi; 
9Jul69; DU7't791. 

THE WILLOW WINDING PATH, by E. Ronald 
Witt (Eldon Ronald Witt) 9 1. 
Monolog. ® E. Ronald Witt; 5Aug69; 
022001* . 

THE WILLOW WITCH, by Jerl Lee (Marjorie 
Geraldine Hosteller Lee) 1 v. Nar- 
ration. (With Jedediah and the green 
horse & Jedediah' s green friend) 
© Marjorie Geraldine Hostetler Lee; 
17Jul69; C22096. 

THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS, by Edith A, 
Kiggen. 78 1. A play in 2 acts. 
An adaptation for the stage of the 
book by Kenneth Grahame. © Edith A. 
Kiggen; 3Jul69; DU7'*7'*1. 

WIND, NEEDLE, AND STAR, a play in one 
act of Christmas by Don Theye; 
incidental music by Wayne Moss. 
1 V. © Don Theye & Wayne Moss; 
26Aug69; DU75208. 

WINDMILL; screenplay by Hiram Haydn & 
Christopher Spaeth. 227 1. Drama- 
tization of the novel Report from the 
red windmill, by Hiram Hayden. 
© Christopher Eric Speeth & Hiram 
Hayden; l8Sep69; DU75554. 

THE WINNING WAY, a comedy in two acts 
by Lawrence Osgood. 1 v. © Lawrence 
Osgood; 15Sep69; DU75363. 

WINTER LOVE. See 
FOUR ONE ACT PLAYS. 

WIR WUNDERKINDER, eine Pilmkombdle 
uber Deutschland und die Deutschen; 
edited by Viola Herms Drath. Waltham, 
Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. I59 p. 
(A Blaisdell book in the modern lan- 
guages) Pour acts. NM: editorial 
revision, introd., footnotes & exer- 
cises. ©Blaisdell Pub. Co., a div- 
ision of Ginn and Co. ; 19Jun69; 
A913t2. 

WISDOM OP THE ELDERS, a play in two 
acts by Eric Meredith Lord, pseud, 
of Robert Glenn Hafferkamp. 1 v. 
© Eric Meredith Lord; 25Auk69: 
DU75186. 

A WISE CHOICE, CATALINA, ALWAYS A 
GOLD MEDAL WINNER; recording script 
for Pontlac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 19 1. © Pontlac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2Jul69; C21886. 

THE WISTFUL BARRACUDA, a play in 5 
acts by Evan Barre, pseud, of Bern- 
hard Steinberg. 1 v. ® Bernhard 
Steinberg; 21Nov69; DU75838. 

THE WITCH AND THE OGRE, an operetta in 
two acta by Harold Gauntlett 
Treglllus. 2 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 6Mar63, DU57336. NM: additions 
i revisions. C Harold Gauntlett 
Treglllua; 2Sep69; DU75321. 



WITCH HUNT, a musical comedy in two 
acts; book by Frances Romer Gordon, 
lyrics by Frances Romer Gordon & 
Lois Wilson. 250 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Frances Romer Gordon & Lois 
Wilson; 19Sep69; DU75'*03. 

WITH HELP FROM ABOVE, a play by Richard 
Lees. 32 1. © Richard L. Lees; 
170c t69; DU756OO, 

WITH THE ACCENT ON EITHER SYLLABLE. 
See 
HANG UP. 

WITHOUT PORTFOLIO, a play by Derek 
Wellman. London, New York, 
S. French. 33 P- (French's acting 
edition) © Samuel French, Ltd.; 
30Dec68; DF2003. 

DIE WITWE DES SCHMBTTERLINGS; Oper In 
drel Bildern (elnem Akt) von Isang 
Yun, nach einer chineslschen Novelle 
des 16. Jahrhunderts, von Harald Kunz . 
Klavierauszug von Wolfgang Gayler. 
Berlin, Bote & Bock. 165 p. © Bote 
& Book; 25Nov68; DF2017. 

THE WIZ OF YUM AND THE FOUR FACED 
DRAGON, by Frank D. Walker. 180 1. 
A screenplay. © Frank D. Walker; 
23Sep69; DU75't39. 

THE WIZARD WHO WOULD IF HE COULD, a 
children's play by Dorothy Rohn. 
28 1. © Dorothy Rohn; 2'+Sep69; 
DU75454 . 

THE WOBBLY WORLD OF WALDO MULDUNE, by 
Ken Loring, pseud, of Kenneth W. 
Wenning. o7 1. A screenplay. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Wobbly world of 
Waldo Brannigan, 15Mar68, DU71038. 
NM: additions. © Kenneth W. Wenning; 
15Sep69; DU75356. 
WOMAN AND HER THING, by Dorothy Heffner 

& Pauline Merchant. 9 1. Script. 

© Dorothy Heffner & Pauline Merchant; 

llAug^9; C22053. 

WOMEN BEWARE WOMEN, by Thomas Middleton; 
edited by Roma Gill. London, Ernest 
Benn. 112 p. (The New mermaids) 
Five acts. NM: editorial revision & 
notes. ® Ernest Benn, Ltd.; 6Nov68; 
AF30022. 

WONDER BOY. See 

THE WAY OF DEMOSTHENES, AND WONDER 
BOY. 

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF HAWAII; book by 
Charles Hoffman. Final draft, 
Apr. 1, 1969. 1 V. Two acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © on book; Charles 
Hoffman; 3Jul69; DU74704. 

WONDERFUL WORLD OF SOUND; script of 
record for sound filmstrip by Stanton 
C. Oates. 71. © Stanton C. Gates; 
130ct69; C22278. 

THE WOO-WOO; words & music by Adrian 
Henri & others. 3 p. © Chappell & 
Co., Ltd.; 5Sep69; 022175. 

THE WOODLAND OF WEIR, a one-act play 
by Harry T. Ferris. 41 1. © Harry T. 
Ferris; 30Sep69; DU75500. 

WORK TRAIN, an original story & screen- 
play by John Crawford. 105 1. 
© John Crawford; 19Aug69; DU75152. 

THE WORKER, by Joy A. Sterling. Frank- 
lin, Ohio, Eldrldge Pub. Co. 19 p. 
(Eldridge church entertainments) 
Three scenes. ® Eldrldge Pub. Co.; 
lSep69; DP7187. 

A WORLD APART, a musical fable for 
adults; book & music by Leon Morone. 
1 V. 5 scenes. © Leon Morone & 
Angela Flynn; l4jul69; DU74836. 

THE WORLD OF ANTON CHEKHOV, a new 2-act 
dramatization for the stage from the 
letters, stories & plays of Anton 



Chekhov & his contemporaries devised 
by Richard Gray & Mayo Loiseau 
(Mayo Loiseau Gray) 1 v. © Richard 
T. M. Gray & Mayo Loiseau; 60ct69; 
DU75522. 

A WORLD OF CHANGE. 1 v. 6 filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: The raetasequoia 
story. — The changing rocks. — The rock- 
-makers. — Life in ancient seas and 
swamps. — Hidden in the rocks. — Man, 
the changer. Appl, author: Imperial 
Productions, Inc. © Imperial Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 7Aug69; C22106. 

WORLD WITHOUT END, a play in two acts 
by Ruth Elizabeth Mach. 54 1 
© Ruth Elizabeth Mach; l6jul69; 
DU74864. ' 

WORLDS, a 3-act play by Frieda Llpp . 
1 V. © Frieda Lipp; l6Dec69; 
DU75957. 

A WOUND FOR THE ZEBRA, by Jack Cahlll 
(John P. Cahlll, Jr.) 74 1. Two 
acts. © John P. Cahlll, Jr.; 
25JUI69; DU74946. 

WRINKLE-GUARD, THE FREEDOM FEATURE; 
recording script for Sears, Roebuck & 
Co. by Jam Handy Productions. 
81.® Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 
2Jul69; C 21950. 

WRITING AND DIRECTING TWO FULL-LENGTH 
PLAYS, by Jackson G. Barefield. Ann 
Arbor, University Microfilms Library 
Services. Microfilm. (Doctoral dis- 
sertation series) Thesis, Florida 
State University. Contents : The pas- 
sionate women at Glynn. — There is a 
lion in my house. © Jackson G. Bare- 
field; 30Sep69; DP7161. 

WUTHERING HEIGHTS, by Emily Bronte. A 
dramatization of the novel by Tristan 
Hewlett, pseud, of Michael Hanifln. 
1 V. Three acts. ® Michael J. 
Hanifln & Tova R. Wlsenthal; 
24jul69; DU74942. 



X 



X-FUNERAL MARCH FOR A ONE-MAN BAND, a 
play in two acts by Ron Whyte 
(Renald Melville Whyte) ; conceived in 
collaboration with H. 'Thomas Moore; 
lyrics, Robert Satuloff; music, Mel 
Marvin. I08 1. Book 8c lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. I968, 
DU70829. NM: revision. © Ronald M. 
Whyte & H. Thomas Moore; 10Apr69; 
DU74g02. 

X HAS NO VALUE, a fantasy in three 
acts by Cherrilyn Miles. I36 1. 
© Cherrilyn Miles; 27Aug69; 
DU75219- 



YEAR OF THE KNEE. 9 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Upjohn Co. 
© Upjohn Co.; llAug69; C22078. 

YES, WE ARE HERE AND REAL, a documentary 
play with an afterward by John 
Hawkins, Jr. 1 v. Includes lyrics 
& music for 1 song. © John Hawkins, 
Jr.; 26Aug69; DU75216. 

YESTERDAY THE WORLD, a play in one act 
by Anthony Booth. London, New York, 
S. French. 39 p. (French's acting 
edition) Three scenes. ® Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 6May69; DF2005. 

THE YESTERDAY WORLD OF TOMORROW, THK 
1969 MISS ILLINOIS PAGEANT; script, 
Richard Schiller; music, William 
Havemann; words, Margaret Havemann. 
1 v. © William G. Havemann Sc Margaret 
A. Havemann; 28jul69; C22095. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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YESTERDAY'S MAGNOLIA, by G. H. Bindoff. 
56 1. A play in 4 acts. '0 Gloria 
Herminla Bindoff; 60ct69; DU75521. 

YOSEMITE, a script for oral delivery 
of a narrative that accompanies a 
series of color slides by Julian & 
Irene H. Kahn. 9 1. © Julian Kahn; 
25Sep69; 022257. 

YOU CAN BE A BIG MAN IN A BIG BUSINESS, 
TRAILERING; recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. I6 1. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; C21889. 

YOU CAN TAKE THE NIGGER OUT OF THE 
COUNTRY, BUT. See 
THE $100,000 NIGGER. 

YOU TAKE THE AX, a comedy Thanksgiving 
playlet by Ollie J. Robertson. 
Downers Grove, 111., Contemporary 
Drama Service. 13 p. Appl. author: 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc., employer for 
hire of Ollie J. Robertson. ® Arthur 
Meriwether, Inc.; 15Sep69; DF7152. 



THE YOUNGER BROTHER DON YOD, a Tibetan 
play translated by Thubten Jigme 
Ncrbu & Robert B. Ekvall. Blooming- 
ton, Indiana University Press. 1 v. 
(Oriental series, no. 2) English & 
Tibetan. NM: translation. © Indiana 
University Press; 5Dec69; A115286. 

YOUNGMOBILE THINKING, 1969; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. 15 1. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2Jul69; C21894. 



YOUR FUTURE IN SALES, by Imperial 
International Learning. 1 v. Four 
tape recording scripts. © Imperial 
International Learning; lljul69; 
C2195O. 



YOU'VE GOT A BIG JOB; recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. 9 1- © Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2Jul69; C21916. 



ZAPPED, a new original American epic 
screenplay by Norman Thaddeus Vane. 
109 1. © Norman Thaddeus Vane: 
9Sep69; DU75501. 

ZELDA, a new comedy by Sylvia Regan 
(Sylvia Regan Ellsteln) Dramatists 
Play Service. 87 p. Three acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 7Jun68, 
DU717I9. NM: additions & revisions 
® Sylvia Regan Ellsteln; 2Jul69- 
DF7025. ' 

ZETTA; book, music & lyrics by Zishan 
Evans. 4l 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Zishan Evans; 
22Sep69; DU75419. 

THE ZOO. See 

GOING PLACES IN THE CITY. 

ZWEI HUNDERT TAUSEND TALER, ein 

Singspiel nach Scholom Alelchem by 
Boris Blacher. London, Boosey & 
Hawkes. 75 p. Libretto. © Boosey 
& Hawkes Music Publishers, Ltd.: 
29JU169; DFO-1705. 



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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. 



THE ABSENT MINDED PROFESSOR, a konlical 
komedy in 5 acts by L. Verne Slout. 
© 27Mar42; D79755 . Ora Slout (W); 
13Aug69; Bh667kk. 

ACCOUNT CLOSED. See 

THE GREEN HOEMET. No.A-554. 

ACE OF CROOKS. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1492-705- 

ADVENTURE ON THE YELLOW DOG. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1399-6 14. 
AH, TAKE THE CASH, a comedy in 5 acts 
by Louis Weitzenkorn. © 25Sep4l; 
D77559, Use Lahn Weitzenkorn (W); 
29Jul69; R466166. 

THE ALDRICH FAt-ULY; episode no.l98 by 
Clifford Goldsmith. © l6Sep42; 
D81867. Clifford Goldsmith (A); 
17Sep69; S468759. 

ALEX SHENKO, by Barrie Stavis . Adapted 
from a short story by Ruth McKenny. 
© 5Mar42; D79470. Barrie Stavis (A); 
21Aug69; R467272. 

ALIAS THE AXIS. See 

THE GREEN HORNET. N0.A-56O. 

ALL- AMERICA!! APE, a drama in one act 
by William M. Kephart. © 27Jul42j 
D81598. William M. Kephart (A); 
8Aup;69; R466761. 

ALL-AMERICAN BOY, a comedy in one act 
by Barkley Jones, pseud, of James 
Reach. © 7Jul42; d8i420. James 
Reach (A); 28Nov69; E475913. 

ALL ON A SUMMER'S DAY, a comedy of the 
countryside in one act by Howard 
Agg. e 17Nov4l; D78836. Ernest 
Balfour Agg (HK); 70ct69; r470088. 



AMERICAN APE, a drama in 1 act by 
William Miiton Kephart. © l6Sep4l: 
077428. William Milton Kephart (A); 
R466760. 



ALL'S FAIR 111 WAR. 
THE GREEK HORNET. 



See 
No.A-551. 



ALMOST SUt-JMER, comedy in 5 acts by 
Christopher Sergei. © 100ct4l; 
1778106. Christopher Sergei (A) 5 
8sep69; R468l43 . 

ALONG THE OREGON TRAIL. See 
THE LONE RANGER. N0.1438-65I. 

AMBUSH AT BRIGHT RAINBOW. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1467-680. 

AMBtJSH ON THE CESEBT. &&S 

THE LONE RANGER. N0.I39O-606. 



AN AMERICAN INCIDENT, a play in one 
act by Melvln Levy. © 9Jan42; 
D79835. Melvln Levy (A); 5Dec69; 

R474439. 

AN Al-ERICAN IS BORN, a comedy drama in 
3 acts by Richard Paulding, pseud, 
of Tom Taggart. © 22Dec4l; D79063. 
Tom Taggart (A); 13Nov69j R4731c.9. 

AMERICA'S HERITAGE, a living newspaper 
about our country by Freyda Macque 
(Freyda Nacque Adler) With music. 
© 80ct4l; D77863. Freyda Nacque 
Adler (A); 12Sep69; R468355. 

L' AMOUR TOUJOURS, a new play by 
Catherine Chisholm Gushing. 
© 6Aug4l; D75879. William P. Chis- 
holm, Virginia Alwine & Katherine 
Talarico (NK); 22Jul69; R465660. 

AND CAME THE SPRING, a comedy of modern 
youth in three acts by Marrijane 
Hayes & Joseph Hayes. © 19Nov42; 
D8256I. Marrijane Hayes & Josech 
Hayes (A); 28Nov69; R473916. 

ANNABEL TAKES A TOUR, a comedy in three 
ae'- dramatized by Edward P.. Sammis . 
Actor's script. (Longmans' Holly- 
wood plays) Based upon the motion 
picture. © 17Dec4l; D78742. 
RKO General, Inc. (PWH); 26Jun69; 
R464180. 

ANNOUNCING ANTONIA, an all girl play 
in 3 acts by Olive Price (Olive 
Price Cherryholmes) © 31Dec4l; 
079062. Olive Price Cherryholmes 
(A); 5Nov69; R471778. 

ANTIDOTE FOR POISON. See 

THE GREH'I HORNET. No.A-540. 

A.iPACHE TRAP. See 
THE LONE RANGER. 

APPOINTMENT WITH DISASTER. See 
THE GREEN HORNET. N0.A-56I. 

ARE YOU READY FOR AN AIR RAID? 

A defense play in one act by Matilda 
Clement. © 3Jun42; d8o47i. Matilda 
Clement (A); llAug69; R467068. 



No. 1517 -730. 



ARSENIC AND OLD LACE; play in 3 acts 
by Joseph Kesselring. Rev. 
© I60ct42; D82I9O. Mrs. Joseph 
Kesselring (W) ; 4Dec69; E475243 . 

AUDREY HYSLOP WROTE THESE; sketches 
& bits for a service programme by 
Audrey Hyslop. © 15Dec4l; D81642. 
D. M. Sims (E); 12Dec69; R473907. 

AUNT LULU FROM HONOL'ILU, an up to the 
minute American comedy by Henry 
Rowland, pseud, of Charles George. 
© 28Sep42; D82013 . Mary Elizabeth 
Ellis (NK); 20ct69; R469525. 

AUNT TILLIE GOES TO SEA, a happy-go- 
lucky farce in 3 acts by Wilbur 
Braun. © 28Nov41; 079139. Samuel 
French, Inc. (PVffl); 70ct69; E470093. 

THE AVENGER. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1534-747- 

BACHELOR BORN, a play in 12 acts by 
John Hay Beith. © 27Jan42; 079124. 
Helen Margaret Beith (W) ; 3Dec69; 
R473908. 

BADGE OF COURAGE. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1542-755. 
BADLANDS FOR BADMEN. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1469-682. 

BAKER'S PLAYS FOR AMATEURS. See 
SADIE SOCKS THE SABOTEURS. 

BARBARA ALLEN, 3, legend of the Smoky 
Mountains by Howard Dixon Richa.rdson. 
© 20Jun42; D80592. Howard Dixon 
Richardson (A); 22Sep69; R469043. 

BARCLEY BROTHERS DOWNFALL. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1477-690. 

THE BAT; operetta by Johann Strauss; 
translation by Ruth & Thomas Martin. 
Libretto. © 25Aug42; D81783. Ruth 
Martin & Thomas Martin (A); 31Dec69; 
R47't970. 

BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE, a play by William 
Saroyan. Acting ed. © l4Apr42; 
D80258. William Saroyan (A); 90ct69; 
R469901 . 

THE BETRAYAL, a passion drama in three 
acts with a prologue by G. N. Dow- 
sett; with a pref . by G. K. Chester- 
ton. © lApr42; d8O270. Geoffrey 
Nevil Dowsett (A); 28nov69; R473912. 



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July-Dec. 



BILLY'S FIRST DATE, a comedy in one 
act by Esther E. Olson. © llSepiH: 
Unh^k. Esther E. Olson (A); 8Sep69; 
r468i41. 

BIRDS OF A FEATHER. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1525-738. 
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS, a play in one act 

by Herbert S. Nusbaura. © 4Mar42; 

njgkJT. Herbert S. Nusbaum (A); 

28Aug69; R467622. 

BLACK BEAUTY, an inspiring play in 1 
act by Grace Barney, pseud, of Wilbur 
Braun. Based on Anna Sewell's im- 
mortal novel. ® 70ct42; D82124. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PVm); 17Dec69; 
R474705. 

BLACK HAWK, a mystery drama in three 
acts by James Reach. © 23Apr42; 
D80546. James Reach (A); 300ct69; 
H471182. 

BLACKOUT MYSTERY, a mystery in one act 
by James Reach. © JlAug'+g; D82212. 
James Reach (A); 300ct69; R471189. 

BLAST AND DOUBLE BLAST. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. W 20- 633. 

BLUE PEBBLES. See 
THE LONE RANGER. 



No. 15 20-753. 
No.1504-717. 



BORDER SMUGGLERS. 
THE LOHE RANGER. 

THE BOSS OF THE TARANTULLAS. See 
THE LONE RANGER. No. 1505-718. 

BRAIN STORM, a radio drama by Arch 
Oboler. © 27Aug4l; D77156. Arch 
Oboler (A); 22Aug69; R467275 . 

BREAD UPON THE WATERS. See 

THE LONE RANGER. No. 1479-692. 

BRIDGE BLACKOUTS, by Perclval Wilde. 
Based on articles by S. Tupper Bige- 
low. © 150ct42; D82218. Dana Marie 
Ross (NK of P. Wilde); i4nov69; 
R4