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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 24, Parts 3-4, Number 1 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 



January— June 

1970 




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COPYRIGHT OFFICE - THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

' WASHINGTON : 1970 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries 
Third Series 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 24, Parts 3—4, Number 1 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 



January— June 

1970 




COPYRIGHT OFFICE - THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1970 



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Preface 



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

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

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

etc.). 

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

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



Organization of Parts 

Each part listed in the following table records 
all current registrations in the class or classes 
indicated by the alphabetical symbols. Renewal 
registrations are listed separately at the end of 
each related part. Some parts also contain regis- 
trations made under symbols other than those 
listed for the particular part, if the subject matter 
or type of material is similar to that generally 
included in the part. 

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



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F Published foreign works. In the case of books and 

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

I Books and periodicals registered for ad interim copy- 

right. (AI, BI) 

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

Contributions to Periodicals $7. 50 

A Books 

BB Contributions to periodicals 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 2 Periodicals 2. 50 

B Periodicals 

R Renewal registrations 

Parts 3-4 Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral 

Delivery 2. 50 

C Lectures and other works prepared for 

oral delivery 
D Dramatic or dramatico-musical works 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 5 Music 7. 50 

E Musical compositions 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 6 Maps and Atlases 2. 50 

F Maps 

R Renewal registrations 



O Published works of foreign origin registered under the 

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

P Published works in classes for which registration is 

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

U Unpublished works in classes for which registration 

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

Price per 
semiannual 
issue 
Parts 7-1 1 A Works of Art, Reproductions of Works 
of Art, Scientific and Technical Drawings, 
Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial Illus- 
trations $2. 50 

G Works of art and models or designs for 

works of art 
H Reproductions of works of art 

I Drawings or sculptural works of a scientific 

or technical character 
J Photographs 

K Prints and pictorial illustrations 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 1 IB Commercial Prints and Labels 2. 50 

KK Commercial prints and labels 
R Renewal registrations 

Parts 12-13 Motion Pictures and Filmstrips 2. 50 

L Motion-picture photoplays 

M Motion pictures other than photoplays 

R Renewal registrations 



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



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Table of Contents 

Page 

Current Registrations 1 

Renewal Registrations 63 

Name Index 71 



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 are made 
from variant titles, from distinctive subtitles, and 
from other titles associated with the work. 

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

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

1) Title, followed by subtitle, if any, which 
may include the number of acts or scenes. 

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 when not in- 
cluded after the title; author and title 
of a work on which the dramatic work is 
based or with which it is correlated. 

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

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

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

12) Brief statement of the new matter on 
which copyright is claimed, preceded by 
the abbreviation NM, if this information 



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is given in the application and is not 
indicated elsewhere in the entry. 

13) Copyright symbol ©. 

14) A statement of limitation of claim if the 
application or notice on the work explicitly 
limits the claim. 

15) Name of the copyright claimant. 

16) 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; 12Jan70 (in notice: 1969); DP7200. 

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



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

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

1) Title. 

2) Names of authors of renewable matter. 

3) Edition statement. 

4) Number of acts, scenes, or volumes. 

5) Series statement. 

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

7) Copyright symbol ©. 

8) Date of original copyright. 

9) Original registration number. 

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

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

12) Renewal registration number. 






Abbreviations and Symbols 



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

a.a.d.o. accepted alternative designation 

of 
a.k.a. also known as 

Adm.c.t.a. administrator(s) cum testa- 

men to annexo 
Adm.d.b.n.c.t.a. administrator(s) de bonis non 

cum testmento annexo 
appl. 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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(PCB) 



(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 in a 
work made for hire 

previous, previously 



in 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 January— June 1970 



Class C — Lectures and other works pre- 
pared for oral delivery 1 , 046 

Class D — Domestic published dramatic 

and dramatico-musical works. 162 

Foreign published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works . . 54 

Unpublished dramatic and dra- 
matico-musical works ... 1, 558 

Dramatic works registered in 

class A 113 



Renewals: Classes C and D 



241 



These figures represent the number of registra- 
tions for dramas and works prepared for oral 
delivery for January-June 1970, but do not 
necessarily represent the exact number of entries 
in this issue of the Catalog of Copyright Entires. 
Registration figures for other classes of material 
may be found in the respective parts. 



Total 2, 933 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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



A 



A.B.I. MUSIC TEXT; grades, '2-8. 1 v. 
Appl. author: Audio Books Internation- 
al, Inc. © Audio-Books International, 
Inc.; 23Jan70; C22719. 

ACC AND THE HAPPY LETTERS, a lecture by 
Angeline Ceravolo. 16 1. © Angeline 
Ceravolo; 27Mar70; C22996. 

A IS H THE ALPHABET. See 

WHITE IS THE ABSENCE OF COLOR. 

A. PHILIP RANDOLPH. See 

BLACK LEADERS OP TWENTIETH CENTURY 
AMERICA. 

A.W.O.L., an original screenplay by 
Herb Freed & Richard Z. Chesnoff, 
based on an idea by Richard Z. Ches- 
noff. 1st draft. 147 1. © Herb 
Freed; 5Feb70; DU7629I. 

ABELARD AND HEL0ISE, a play by Ronald 
Millar; inspired by Peter Abelard, by 
Helen Waddell and the letters of Hel- 
oise and Abelard. 1 v. Two acts. 
©Ronald Millar; 15Jun70; DU77454 ■ 

ABRACADABRA; or, A ballet on hand. 
By Jean Warfield. 8 1. A play in 
6 scenes. © Jean Warfield; 19Mar70; 
DU76651. 

THE ABRAHAM LINCOLN STORY, by Don 
Patterson. 1 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Don 
Patterson; 2Apr70; DU76790. 

ABRAHAM'S MASK, by Vincent Longhi. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Vincent Longhi; 
9Feb70; DU76313. 



ABUSE OF UNION POWER. 
FIRING LINE. 28. 



See 



THE ACCIDENT AT COLUMBIA LAW, a play 
by Sylvia Berry. 123 1. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 12May69, 
DU74267. NM: revisions. © Sylvia 
Berry; 9Feb70; DU76301. 

ACHARNIANS. See 
FOUR MAJOR PLAYS. 

ACID FLIGHT; audio drama by Jory Sher- 
man. 14 1. © Jory Sherman; 9Mar70; 
DU76679. 



ACROBATS, a play in one act by Israel 
Horovitz. 17 1. © Israel Horovitz; 
2Feb70; DU7626O. 

ACROSS INTO TWILIGHT, a 90-minute film 
drama by Elaine Bissell. 91 1- 
© Elaine Bissell; 2Apr70; DU76788. 

ACTORS, a one act play by Conrad Brom- 
berg. 30 1. © Conrad Bromberg; 
25May70; DU77271 ■ 

THE AD GAME; book, music & lyrics by 
Charles Naylor. 17 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Charles Naylor; 19May70; 
DU77223 • 

ADAM AND EVE, an allegory on human 

values keynoting the 1970 White House 
conference on children and youth com- 
piled & edited by George Loomis. 
1 i™ ® Geor ge A. Loomis; 10Apr70; 
DU76880. ' 

ADAM AND EVE; or, The mystery of Adam. 
A play in two acts with music by 
Nolan Harrigan, Jr. 1 v. © Nolan 
Harrigan, Jr.; 6Jul70; DU775O3. 

Adam smith And Charles dArwin. See 

SERIES A. Lecture 12. 

ADAM'S RIB COMMERCIALS, by Gerald G. Wag- 
ner. 6 1. (Series no.l) Radio 
scripts. © Gerald G. Wagner Associ- 
ates; 16Mar70; C 2294 6. 

ADAM'S RIB COMMERCIALS, by Gerald G. 
Wagner. No. 1-7 . 7 1. Radio 
script. (Series no. 2) © Gerald G. 
Wagner Associates; 8jun70; C23372. 

AN ADDRESS BY DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR., THE ASSOCIATION OF THE BAR OF THE 
CITY OF NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 
1965, HILTON HOTEL, NEW YORK, by Mar- 
tin Luther King, Jr. 18 1. © Estate 
of Martin Luther King, Jr.; l6Mar70; 
C22945 . 

ADDRESS BY MAJOR ALEXANDER P. DE SEVER- 
SKY AT THE AIR WAR COLLEGE AND COMMAND 
& STAFF COLLEGE, by Alexander P. de- 
Seversky. 23 1. S Alexander P. de- 
Seversky; 31Mar70; C23055. 

ADDRESS TO COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY STUDENTS 
ON THE INTERFACE BETWEEN MAN AND 
BEAST, by Sniffles, a Dog-type Person; 
translation from doglingo into English 



by H. A. Sniffer. 11 1. Appl. 
author: The Sniffles, Dog-type Person 
Foundation. © The Sniffles, Dog-type 
Person Foundation, Inc.; 13Apr70; 
C23H9. 
ADDRESS TO THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY, by Art 

King (Arthur H. King, Jr.) 4 1. 

©Arthur H. King, Jr.; 4Mar70; C22855 • 

ADOPTION. See 

MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY: SITUATIONS 
CAUSING PROBLEMS IN FAMILY 
LIVING. 4. 

ADRIANNE WIGGINS'; screenplay by William 
L. Gaddis, 180 1. © William L. Gad- 
dis, Jr.; 19Feb70; DP7267 . 

ADULT ENRICHMENT SEMINAR, by Urban G. 
Steinmetz. Vol.1: The family. 1 v. 
14 lectures. ©Family Enrichment 
Bureau; 19Mar70; C23438. 

ADULT ENRICHMENT SEMINAR. See 

THINKING ABOUT MARRIAGE. 
ADULT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT, by 

Herbert L. Klemme . 10 1. © Herbert 

L. Klemme; 20Apr70; C23190. 

ADVANCED TOPICS OF QUADRATIC EQUATIONS. 
11 1. Tape script. Appl. author: 
Mt . San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 13Apr70; C23133 ■ 

THE ADVENTURES OF CINDY FITZHUGH, by 
Cindy Fitzhugh, pseud, of Joyce Lee 
Friedman. Episode 1: A visit to the 
stadium. 38 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Joyce Lee Friedman; 23Jun70; 
DU77502. 

THE ADVENTURES OF DR. WHACK, SURGEON, 
by A. E. Michky & A. K. Holloway. 
Episode 3: Freighter of fools, a 
farce in two scenes. 1 v. © A. K. 
Holloway & A. E. Michky; 15Jun70; 
DU77413, 

AEOLIAN PARTITIONS, by Pauline Oliveros. 
1 v. With music. © President & 
Trustees of Bowdoin College; 9Mar70; 
DU77264 . 

AEGEUS, by John Blumeyer. 21 1. A play. 
© John Edward Blumeyer; 26jan70; 
DU76181. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



AFRICAN HERITAGE. See 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
Record 1. 
AFTER THE FLOWERS, by Dallas Gaultois. 
88 1. A screenplay. © Dallas 
Gaultois; 2Mar70; DU76412. 

AFTER THE PRACTISE THE THEORY, GORDON 
CRAIG AND MOVEMENT, by Arnold Rood. 
29 1. Lecture. (Gordon Craig 
memorial lecture) © Arnold Rood; 
8jun70; C 25571. 

AGAMEMNON, by Aeschylus; a translation 
with commentary by Hugh Lloyd-Jones 
with a series introd. by Eric A. 
Havelock. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 
Prentice-Hall. 105 P- (Prentice- 
Hall Greek drama series) © Prentice- 
Hall, Inc.; 20Apr70; Al 557^2. 

THE AGE OF AQUARIUS, a play in one act 
by Herbert Moulton. 20 1. © Herbert 
Moulton; 21May70; DU772 i H. 

THE AGENCY, by David Kane. 28 1. 
A play in 1 act. © David J. Kane; 
10Apr70; DU76865. 

THE AGONY OF LOVE, by Merrill Y. Landis. 
1 v. A play in 5 acts. © Merrill Y. 
Landis; 29Jan70; DU76245. 

AH LOVE, AH ME. See 

VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE. 

AHIMSA, the force born of truth and 
love, an original play by A. P. 
Thomas. 26 1. Three acts. © Alice 
P. Thomas a.k.a. A. P. Thomas; 
15Jun70; DU775^1- 

AIRPORT. See 

THE AIRPORT NARRATION. 

THE AIRPORT NARRATION. 19 1. Film 
script. Appl. author: Sanderson 
Films, Inc. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
29Dec69; C25099. 

AJAGUN ONIBANUTE. See 
DAN FODIO. 

ALADDIN'S LAMP. See 

FAMOUS CHILDREN'S STORIES. 

ALBERT HERRING, a comic opera in three 
acts, libretto freely adapted by Eric 
Crozier from a short story by Guy de 
Maupassant; music by Benjamin Britten. 
Op -59- London, Boosey & Hawkes. 
514 p. English & German. Appl. 
states prev. pub. & reg. 5 Jul47 , 
D9914 & 2Apr48, D14045 . NM: music, 
full score. © Hawkes & Son (London) 
Ltd.; 51Dec69; DF0-1737 • 

ALBUQUERQUE SHALOM, by Julie Taradash 
Berns. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Julie Taradash Berns; 2Jun70; 
DU77532. 

ALCESTIS, by Euripides, freely adapted 
by Stewart H. Benedict. 42 1. 
A play. © Stewart H. Benedict; 
15May70; DU77172- 

ALCOHOL, DRUGS, AND FLIGHT EFFECTS, NAR- 
RATION. 15 1. Script of a disc re- 
corded narration to be reproduced as 
an educational lecture. Appl. author: 
Sanderson Films, Inc. S Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; 25Apr70; C2550O. 

ALEXANDRA, a play in three acts by 
Rosslyn Perry. 69 1 . © Rosslyn 
Perry; 22Jun70; DU77^82. 

ALFREDO OF COSTA RICA. See 
MIDDLE AMERICA. 

ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES. See 
FAMOUS CHILDREN'S STORIES. 

ALICE & DANS LES JARDINS DU LUXEMBOURG, 
by Romain Weingarten. [Paris] 
C. Bourgois Editeur. 125 P- 
S Christian Bourgois Editeur; 
10Apr70; DFO-1747- 



ALICE IN WONDERLAND, an adaptation by 
John Dennis. 51 1. A musical play 
in 1 act. Based on the story by Lewis 
Carroll, pseud. Book 8c lyrics only. 
© John Dennis; 24Mar70; DU76705. 
ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. See 

BUT NEVER JAM TODAY. 
ALL AMERICA REVUE; conceived, written & 
produced by Bernie Wayne. 1 v. 
A musical play. © Bernie Wayne; 
19Jan70.; DU76222. 

ALL AT ONCE, by Eliot Ivanhoe. 54 1. 
A play in 12 scenes. © Eliot Ivanhoe; 
2Peb70; DU76224. 

ALL CAIN'S CHILDREN, a play by Benedict 
Jones, pseud, of Jacob Tullen. 
105 1. © Jacob Tullen; 25Jun70; 
DU77497 . 

ALL CITIZENS ARE SOLDIERS (Fuente 
Ovejuna) A play in two acts trans- 
lated & adapted from the Spanish of 
Lope de Vega by Ruth Fainlight & 
Alan Sillitoe. [England] Macmillan. 
6l p. © Ruth Fainlight & Alan 
Sillitoe; 20Nov69; AFO-60555. 

ALL HAIL THE KING, a rhyming play in 
satire by Richard D. Gannon. 1st ed. 
New York, Vantage Press. 75 P- 
© Richard D. Gannon; 50Jul69 (in no- 
tice: 1968); A145026. 

ALL I WANT IS EVERYTHING, an original 
screenplay by Rose Kelly & James G. 
Zea. 145 1. © Rose Kelly & James 
G. Zea; l6Feb70; DU76556. 

ALL OF US (AND ALL OF THEM) TOGETHER, 
by Harry Barba. 89 1. A play in 5 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l4Dec55, DU55756 & DU55189. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Harry Barba; 
20Mar70; DU76675. 

ALL THE TIME SAD. See 
AT-HOW-NIN. 

ALL THE TIME SORRY. See 
AT-HOW-NIN. 

ALL THE YESTERDAYS, a play in several 
scenes by Duane E. Shaver. 90 1- 
© Duane E. Shaver; 20Feb70; DU76407. 

EL ALMA DE UN RE PORTA JE, by Manuel F. 
Garcia. 5 1. A screenplay. 
© Manuel F. Garcia; 26jun70; DU77551. 

ALMOST TOO LATE, by R. W. Packer. 8 1. 
© Robert W. Packer; 8Apr70; C25074 . 

ALPHABETIC FILING— INDIVIDUAL NAMES. 
Lesson 1, by Charles Rohr. 4 1. 
Tape script. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. 
Sa'n Jacinto Junior College District; 
Uun70; C25429. 

ALPHAVILLE; written & directed by Jean 
Luc Godard; Peter Whitehead, transla- 
tor & author of screenplay. London, 
Lorrimer Films. 102 p. © on English 
translation & screenplay; Peter White- 
head; l6Sep66; AF5O6OI. 

ALPHOMEGA: ITS GOALS; ITS CONCEPT; 

HOW IT WORKS; TECHNIQUES AND EFFECTS 
OUTLINE; CLASS TRAINING OUTLINE, 
a presentation authored by Wm. F. 
McCown, Jr. 1 v. © William Floyd 
McCown, Jr.; 26Mar70; C22992. 

ALWAYS ARGUING; for narrator, dance- 
pantomime & orchestra by Seymour 
Barab. New York, Boosey & Hawkes. 
25 p. (Tales of rhyme and reason) 
Vocal score. © Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 
lApr70; DP7279. 

ALWAYS, EVERYTHING IS NEVER; playlet on 
martial counseling by Elinore Wold- 
man. 11 1. © Gertrude Einstein 
Special Fund, Jewish Family Service; 
l8Mar70; DU76664 . 



ALWAYS MARRY A BACHELOR, a comedy in 
one act for seven girls by Tim Kelly. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 22 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 2Jun70; DP7533 ■ 

ALWAYS WITH LOVE; or, Mother's little 
helper. A diabolical comedy; a play 
in two acts by Tom Harris. (In New 
American plays; edited & with an in- 
trod. by W. M. Hoffman. 1st ed. New 
York, Hill k Wang. v. 5, P. [77] -148) 
© Tom Harris; 24Mar70; AI45459. 

AM I DOING THIS RIGHT? A play by 
Richard DeRoy. 1 v. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Bed of 
nails, 6Sep66, DU66855. NM: revisions 
& additions. © Richard DeRoy; 
29Apr70; DU77050. 

AMAZING GRACE, by James Cleveland. 2 1. 
© Herman Lubinsky d.b.a. Planemar Mu- 
sic Co.; 12Jun70; C25405. 

AMEN BROTHER; Composed 8c written by 
Alfonsa Ragin, under direction of 
W. H. C. Bowen, Sr. 1 v. A play in 
5 acts. © Alfonsa Ragin & W. H. C. 
Bowen, Sr.; Uun70; DU77556. 

AMERICA IN HEAT, a play by Leo Rutman. 
65 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
8jul66, DU66520 & 29Jan68, DU70690. 
NM: additions. © Leo Rutman; 
22Jun70; DU77495. 

THE AMERICAN CHALLENGE. See 
FIRING LINE. 128. 

AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY, UNIT 7-C. Tape 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt . San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
19Jan70; C22542. 

THE AMERICAN-MEXICAN WAR. 4 1. Appl. 
author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 19Jan70; C22540. 

THE AMERICAN OUTDOORSMAN. 1 v. Appl. 
author: John M. Hightower, Jr. 
© National Rifle Assn. of America; 
9Jun70; DP7551- 

AN AMERICAN PLAYGROUND SAMPLER, by Marc 
Estrin. (In New American plays; 
edited & with an introd. by W. M. 
Hoffman. 1st ed. New York, Hill Sc 
Wang, v.5, p. [2251-239) © Marc 
Estrin; 24Mar70; A145462 . 

AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS. Film- 
strip scripts. Appl. authors: Stuart 
W. Phelps Productions, Inc. & Vis-Com, 
Inc. © Minnesota Mining & Manufactur- 
ing Co. 
1900, William McKinley vs. William 

Jennings Bryan. © 29Jan70; C22861. 
1904, Theodore Roosevelt vs. Alton 

Brooks Parker. © 29Jan70; C22862. 
1908, William Howard Taft vs. William 

Jennings Bryan. © 29Jan70; C22865. 
1912, Woodrow Wilson vs. Theodore 

Roosevelt vs. William Howard Taft. 

© 29Jan70; C22864 . 
1916, Woodrow Wilson vs. Charles Evans 

Hughes. © 29Jan70; C22865 . 
1920, Warren G. Harding vs. James M. 

Cox. © 29Jan70; C22866. 
1924, Calvin Coolidge vs. John W. Da- 
vis. © 29Jan70; C22867- 
1928, Herbert Hoover vs. Alfred E. 

Smith. © 29Jan70; C22868. 
1952, Herbert Hoover vs. Franklin D. 

Roosevelt. © 29Jan70; C22869. 
1956, Franklin D. Roosevelt vs. Alfred 

M. Landon. © 29Jan70; C22870. 
1940, Franklin D. Roosevelt vs. Wen- 
dell Willkie. © 29Jan70; C22871. 
1944, Franklin D. Roosevelt vs. Thomas 

E. Dewey. © 29Jan70; C22872. 
1948, Harry S. Truman vs. Thomas E. 

Dewey. © 29Jan70; C22875. 



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1952, Dwight D. Eisenhower vs. Adlai 

E. Stevenson. © 29Jan70; 022874 . 
1956, Dwight D. Eisenhower vs. Adlai 

E. Stevenson. © 29Jan70; C22875 . 
I960, John F. Kennedy vs. Richard M. 

Nixon. © 29Jan70; C22876. 
1964, Lyndon B. Johnson vs. Barry M. 

Goldwater. © 29Jan70; C22877. 
1968, Hubert H. Humphrey vs. Richard 

M. Nixon. © 29Jan70; C22878. 



[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 
RECORDINGS] 1 v. each. Lectures. 
Appl. author: American Salesmasters, 
Ltd. © American Salesmasters , Ltd. 
Unit 
4, sides 1 & 2. How a man's wife 

affects his work as a salesman, 

by J. Douglas Edwards. © 15Jun70; 

C23399- 
11, sides 14 2. The fine art of 

closing, by J. Douglas Edwards. 

S 15Jun70; C23398. 

15, sides 1 & 2. Prospecting, by 
J. Douglas Edwards. © 15Jun70; 
C23397- 

16, side 1. Anticipating obj'ections, 
by J. Douglas Edwards. © 15Jun70; 
C23385. 

16, side 2. Qualifying a prospect and 
preliminary approach, by J. Douglas 
Edwards. © 15Jun70; C23396. 

17, sides 1 & 2. The transition 
from a presentation to a close, by 
J. Douglas Edwards. © 15Jun70; 

C 233 86. 

23, sides 1 & 2. Obtaining listings, 
by J. Douglas Edwards; with introd. 
by Dick Caruso. © l8jun70; 023*05. 

THE AMERICAN WAY OF CELEBRATION, a 
satirical sketch by Leslie David 
Perry. 33 1. A play. © Leslie 
David Perry; 12Jan70; DU76242. 

AMERICA'S CHIEF MORAL DILEMMA; speech 
by Martin Luther King, Jr. 17 1. 
© Estate of Martin Luther King, Jr.; 
6Apr70; C23085 . 

AMERIKA, a musical tragicomedy in three 
acts and eleven scenes, after the nov- 
el by Franz Kafka. Music by Ellis B. 
Kohs; libretto by the composer after 
the English translation by Edwin Muir 
and the dramatization by Max Brod. 
65 1. English & German. Book & lyr- 
ics only. NM: additions 8c revisions. 
© Ellis B. Kohs; 12Jan70; DU7639 1 * . 

AMIE DES EPOUSES. See 
THEATRE. 

L'AMIE ROSE; drame villageois en trois 
actes avec un prologue et une 
apotheose qu'on appelle encore pente- 
cote by Rene Ehni. [Paris] C. Bour- 
gois Editeur. 144 p. © Christian 
Bourgois Editeur; 2OMar70; DFO-1745. 

AMITABHA AND THE MYSTERY OF A WOMAN'S 
MIND; written & directed by the Re- 
search Council of the Buddha's Univer- 
sal Church. 71 1- A play in 5 acts. 
Chinese & English. © Buddha's Univer- 
sal Foundation; 6Apr70; DU7683O. 

ANAIS: THE VOICE OF A WOMAN, a play 
written by John McLean & Sharon Bunn; 
based on the Diary of Anais Nin, v.l. 
70 1, Three acts. © John McLean III; 
20Apr70; DU76950. 

ANCIENT CHINA, LIFE IN THE YELLOW RIVER 
VALLEY. See 

EARLY CIVILIZATIONS OF THE NON- 
WESTERN WORLD. 

ANCIENT CHINA, SHIH-HUANG-TI. See 
EARLY CIVILIZATIONS OF THE NON- 
WESTERN WORLD. 



ANCIENT INDIA: ASOKA, LEADER OF A 
GOLDEN AGE. See 
EARLY CIVILIZATIONS OF THE NON- 
WESTERN WORLD. 

AND FIND WORK, a play in one scene by 
John Wyeth. 12 1 . © John Wyeth; 
3Jun70; DU77279- 

AND JILL CAME TUMBLING AFTER, an origi- 
nal film script by Thomas Tolnay. 
109 1. © Thomas George Tolnay; 
20Apr70; DU7695L 

AND NOW THERE'S JUST THE THREE OF US, 
by Mike Weller (Michael R. Weller) 
[England] (In Plays and players, 
Nov. 1969, p. 68-78) © Michael Weller; 
15Mov69; DP7298. 

AND THEY ALL WENT OUT TO PLAY; book & 
lyrics by Curtis Flowers, music by 
Jeffrey Rizzo. 2 v. Five scenes. 
© Jeffrey Rizzo & Curtis Flowers; 
lMay70; DU77044. 

AND WE ALL FALL DOWN, by Eileen Hallet. 
33 I. A play. © Eileen Hallet; 
13Apr70; DU76905 . 

AND WHAT HAVE YOU LEARNED; original 
screenplay by David Royden Robinson. 
88-1. © David Royden Robinson; 
8May70; DU77094. 

ANDROMAQUE; tragedie par Racine, edited 
by Philip Koch. Englewood Cliffs, 
N.J., Prentice-Hall. 102 p. (Pren- 
tice-Hall masterpieces of French lit- 
erature series) Five acts. NM: 
compilation, introd. & notes. © Pren- 
tice-Hall, Inc.; 2Jan70; A123147. 

THE ANGELINE CERAV0LO CAPITAL METHOD OF 
TEACHING READING AND WRITING, by An- 
geline Ceravolo. 5 1. A lecture. 
© Angeline Ceravolo; 9Jan70; C22510. 

ANIMALS IN THE PARK, a play in three 
acts by Beverlee Galli Murphy. 
95 1. © Beverlee Galli Murphy; 
l6Mar70; DU76614. 

THE ANIMALSHIP, a play in one act by 
John Famiglietti. 48 1. © John 
R. Famiglietti; 27Apr70; DU77014. 

ANNA B0LENA; lyric opera in two acts 
by Gaetano Donizetti, libretto by 
Felice Romani in a new English trans- 
lation by B. J. Saxon (Bruce J. Saxon) 
10 p. English & Italian. Libretto. 
© on notes & English translation; 
Bruce J. Saxon; l40ct69; DP7250. 

ANNIE OAKLEY AND BUFFALO BILL, by Joan 
Shepard (Joan Shepard Thompson); lyr- 
ics by Sandy Rapp (Sandra L. Rapp) 8c 
Joan Shepard; music by Sandy Rapp. 
10 v. A play in 2 acts. © Joan Shep- 
ard Thompson & Sandra L. Rapp; 
13May70; DU77265 . 

AN ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF THE PLAY 
SHAHRAZAD, BY TAWFIQ AL-HAKIM, by 
Ibrahim Ismail al-Khatib . Ann Arbor, 
University Microfilms Library Serv- 
ices. Microfilm. (Doctoral disser- 
tation series) © Ibrahim Ismail 
al-Khatib; }0Apr70; A150294 . 

ANOTHER TIME, ANOTHER EDEN; drama in 3 
acts by A. R. Bell. 3 v. © Amy Bell; 
6Apr70; DU76828. 

HE ANSWER TO LIFE, by Sammy Shore & 
Rudy DeLuca. 3 1- Appl. authors: 
Rudy DeLuca 8c United Artists Music 
Co., Inc., employer for hire of Sammy 
Shore. © United Artists Music Co., 
Inc.; lMay70; C23353- 

THE ANSWERS OF ASSASSINS; four dialogues 
in one act by Ann T. Kern. 23 1. 
©Ann'T. Kern; 31Mar70; DU77263. 
ANTICIPATING OBJECTIONS. See 

[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 
RECORDINGS] Unit 16, side 1. 



ANTIGONE'S WEDDING; new one-act play by 
Michael Mathias. 10 1. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Michael Mathias; 
HMar70; DU76681. 

ANY MAN CAN BE A LADY KILLER, by Arden 
Druce & Eileen Miller. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Arden Druce 8c Eileen 
Miller; Uuh70; DU77312. 

ANY NUMBER MUST PLAY! By Edward Green- 
berg. 39 1. A play. © Edward Green- 
berg; 23Jan70; DU7617O. 

ANYONE SEE MISS APTHORP? By Leo Bayer. 
56 1. A play in 1 act. © Leo Bayer; 
6Feb70; DU76"295. 

THE APOSTATE CHURCH, a recorded tape 
Bible lesson by Clara Grace. 10 1. 
© Clara Grace; 12Jan70; C22526. 

THE APPLAUSE MAKERS; recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division, 17 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 24jun70; C23503 . 

APPLES AND OZ, a play in three acts by 
Keith Spencer Felton. 1 v. © Keith 
Spencer Felton; 25Jun70; DU77539- 

THE APRIL OYSTER, a comedy in three acts 
by David George Taylor. 148 1. 
© David George Taylor; l8May70; 
DU77206. 

AQUARIUS AT WORK; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22652. 

AQUARIUS NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS; 
written by Jacques Wilson. 3 1. 
© Almo Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22655. 

AQUARIUS PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 11. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22653. 

AQUARIUS WHERE WAS YOUR MOON? Written 
by Jacques Wilson. 3 1- © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22654 . 

ARABIAN NIGHTS. See 

BABYLON. 
ARBALETES ET VIELLES RAPIERES, par 

Georges Michel. [Paris] Gallimard. 

98 p. (Le Manteau d'Srlequin) 

Two acts. © Editions Gallimard; 

300ct69; DFO-1729. 

ARBOR DAY AND OTHER SIDE, by Harvey 
Jacobs & David Martin. Sheet. 
Dialogue. © United Artists 
Music Co., Inc. 8c Daylark Music, 
Inc.; 4May70; C23211. 

THE ARCHITECT OF DREAMS, by Richard 
Minichiello, 33 1- A play. © Rich- 
ard R. Minichiello; 6Apr70; DU76833. 

ARCHTTECTE ET L'EMPEREUR D'ASSYRIE. 
See 
THEATRE V. 

ARCICERO, by Jean Reavey. 70 1. 
A play. © Jean Reavey; 24Apr70; 
DU76988. 

ARDEN EDITION OF THE WORKS OF WILLIAM 
SHAKESPEARE. See 
MACBETH. 
THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY IV. 

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN RELEASING SOME 
OF YOUR TENSION? By Fred Faris . 
Sheet. A lecture. © Fred Faris; 
13May70; C23245 . 

ARIES AT WORK; written by Jacques Wil- 
son. 11. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22659. 



ARIES NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22642. 



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ARIES PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS; written by 
Jacques Wilson. 11.© Alrno Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22660. 

ARIES WHERE WAS YOUR MOON? Written by 
Jacques Wilson, 4 1. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22641. 

ARISTOTLE. See 

SERIES A. Lecture 6. 

ARITHMETIC PROGRESSIONS. 5 1- Tape 
script. Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
15Apr70; C23170 . 

THE ARKANSAW TRAVELLER, a two-act play 
& folk musical. 11 1. Book only. 
Appl. author: Arkansaw Traveller Folk 
Theatre, Inc. © Arkansaw Traveller 
Folk Theatre, Inc.; 2oMay70; DU77302 . 

ARMAGEDDON & STOPOVER; two one-act 
plays by Stanley J. Solomon. Phila- 
delphia, Lutheran Church Press. 
48 p. © Stanley J. Solomon; 70ct69; 
DP7197- 

ARMAND SCHAUBROECK STEALS, by Armand 
Schaubroeck. 1 v. A musical play 
in 21 scenes. © Armand Schaubroeck; 
l6Feb70; DU76375- 

ARMENIANS IN AMERICA. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

ARMS AND THE MAN. See 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 2. 

ARS AMANDI. See 

DEUX OPERAS PANIQUES . 

THE ART OF DRAMA, by Sister M. Agnes 
David, S.S.J. Rev. ed . Macmillan. 
278 p. (The Pageant of literature) 
Appl. author: Macmillan Co. 
©Macmillan Co.; 5Jan70; A12792 1 * • 

THE ART OF ENSEMBLE PLAYING, by Charles 
Blackman. 1 v. each. Television 
scripts. © Charles Blackman. 
Program 

1. Understanding tempo and ensemble 
values. © 10Jun70; C23377 • 

2. Understanding dynamics. 
© 10Jun70; C23378. 

3. Understanding rhythm and phrasing. 
© 10Jun70; C23379- 

4. Cooperation and contribution. 
© 10Jun70; C2338O. 

THE ART SCENE I: MAN WITH A CORPSE ON 
HIS BACK, by Sidney Kingsley & Madge 
Evans Kingsley. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Sidney Kingsley & Madge 
Evans Kingsley; 13Mar70; DU76545 • 

AS A SUITOR, WOULD HE SUIT HER. See 
A MAN AROUND THE HOUSE. 

AS DAVID AND THE SYBIL SAY, by Robert 
G. Wirth. 21 1. A play. ©Robert 
G. Wirth; l6Mar70; DU76615 . 

AS I WAS SAYING, a 10 minute play with 
5 characters and sound effects by 
Malvine Cole. 4 1. © Malvine Cole; 
7May70; DU77092. 

AS YOU LIKE IT. See 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 2. 

L'ASCENSEUR ELECTRIQUE, de J. Vartet 
(Julien Vartet, pseud, of Maurice 
Vacher) 122 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© J. Vartet; 7Jan70; DU76456. 

ASHES-ASHES, ALL FALL DOWN; written by 
Betty Conner & Christina Crawford. 
1 v. A screenplay. © Betty Conner 
8c Christina Crawford; 26jun70; 
DU77553- 



ASMODEUS, BUT NOT EXACTLY. 
THIRD FROM THE SUN. 



See 



AN ASYLUM ON EARTH, a play in three acts 
by Edward Foy. 1 v. © Edward Foy; 
21Nov69; DU76015. 

AT-HOW-NIN (All the Time Sad) (All 
the Time Sorry) By Gene Semenov 
Feves. 62 1. A musical play in 3 
acts. Libretto. © Gene Semenov 
Feves; 12Jan70; DU76090. 

AT THE BIRTH OF AN AGE, by Tom Wenzel. 
109 1. A screenplay. Adapted 
from the narrative poem of the same 
title by Robinson Jeffers. © Tom 
Wenzel; lDec69; DU7cl49- 

AT THE HOLIDAY HOUSE; one- act play by 
Kurt Tolksdorf & David Milch, edited 
by Michael Ruggere. 16 1. © David 
Milch, Michael Ruggere & Kurt Tolks- 
dorf; 8jun70; DU77366. 

THE ATMOSPHERE DOCTRINE, by Sidney Rob- 
ert Ewen. 1 v. © Sidney Robert Ewen; 
31Mar70; C23047- 

ATTENTI, SCIENZIATI TROPPO ARDITI! 

By Francesco Stefani. Sheet. © Degar 
Music; 15Jun70; C23440. 

THE ATTIC, by Phoebe Mooney. 55 1. 
A play. © Phoebe Mooney; 12Jan70; 
DU7 £088. 

ATTILA; music by Giuseppi Verdi, libret- 
to by Temistocle Solera. 23 p. 
Italian & English. Libretto. NM: 
English translation. © New Orleans 
Opera House Assn., Inc.; 15Sep69; 
DP7204. 

ATTITUDE PSYCHOTHERAPY, an outline of 
the what, why and how of behavior 
modification from attitude change 
presented by Dan MacDougald. 19 1. 
© Dan MacDougald; 8jun70; C23375- 

AUCKLAND; 4 H'orspiele, by Use Aichin- 
ger. [Frankfurt am Main] S. Fischer. 
151 p. Contents: Besuch im Pf arrhaus . 
--Nachmittag in Ostende. --Die Schwes- 
tern Jouet . --Auckland . © S. Fischer 
Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 26Sep69; DFO-1736. 

THE AUCTION TOMORROW, a play in two acts 
by Jerry L. Crawford. 117 1. 
© Jerry L. Crawford; 24jun70; DU77545- 

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

13. Dec. 1, 1968. Digest issue. 
Appl. states prev. pub. July & 
Au». 1968. NM: additions 8c 
revisions. © HFeb70; C22693. 

14. Dec. 16, 1968. Clinical 
issue. Appl. states prev. pub. 
May, June 8c Oct. 1968. NM: 
editorial revision. © HFeb70; 
C22692. 

AUDIOGRAPHIC TRAINING PROGRAM. . See 
TELEPHONE COLLECTION. 

Auditory discrimination, see 

GATEWAY TO GOOD READING. 

AUFSTIEG UND FALL DER STADT MAHAGONNY. 
See 

RISE AND FALL OF THE CITY OF 
MAHAGONNY. 

THE AURORA COMPLEX, a platform play by 
Howard Estabrook. 40 1. © Howard 
Estabrook; 5Feb70; DU76284. 

AUSCULTATION: AVOIDING THE PITFALLS. 
6 1. Recording script. Appl. 
author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn Co.; 
25Feb70; C22819 . 

DER AUSGANG FUHRT DURCH DEN REGENBOGEN; 
Gaukelspiel in drei Akten von G. Mar- 
tin, pseud, of Wolfgang Tolle. 91 1. 
© Wolfgang Tolle; 13Mar70; DU76643- 



AUSTIN, an original story and screenplay 
by Ira Stitz. 255 1. © Ira Stltz; 
12Mar70; DU76618. 

AUTO DA FE, a play in two acts and a 
ceremony by Pierlllco Solinas. 103 1. 
© Piertiico Solinas; l8Mar70; DU766?2. 

THE AVANT-GARDE. See 
FIRING LINE. 99. 

AVANT-GARDE DRAMA: MAJOR PLAYS AND 
DOCUMENTS POST WORLD WAR I; edited & 
with an introd. by Bernard F. Dukore 
& Daniel C. Gerould. New York, 
Bantam Books. 588 p. (Bantam world 
drama, YT4615) NM: compilation. 
© Bantam Books, Inc.; 4Augf9; A119^59- 

L ' AVANT-GARDE THEATRALE: French theatre 
since 1950; edited by Tom Bishop 
(Thomas Bishop) Lexington, Mass., 
D. C. Heath. 435 p. NM: introd., 
footnotes & bibliography. © D. C. 
Heath & Co.; 26Feb70; A139179- 

AVRIL, an original motion picture 
script by Jon G. Stathakis 5: 
Steven L. Schwartz. 4-1 1. © Jon G. 
Stathakis & Steven L. Schwartz; 
13May70; DU77120. 

AWAKE MOVE ON, a rock theatre poem 
by Bruce Comer. 42 1. A musical 
play. Book 8c lyrics only. © Bruce 
Comer; 5Jun70; DU77350- 

A-WOOING GO, a play by Fred Meyer (Fred- 
erick Robert Meyer) 1 v. Four acts. 
© Frederick Robert Meyer; 12Mar70; 
DU76620. 

AXEL, by Philippe Auguste Villiers 
d' Isle-Adam; translated by June 
Guicharnaud. Englewood Cliffs, 
N.J., Prentice-Hall. 199 P- 
Four parts. (New library of French 
classics) ©Prentice-Hall, Inc.; 
26Jan70; A132357 • 

AZIONE. See 
IL FARSIUOMO. 



B 



THE BABA WILL GET YOU, by Steven B. 
Pavelsky. 17 1- A play in 1 act. 
© Steven Pavelsky; 26May70; DU77287. 

LE BABOUR; piece en deux parties par 
Felicien Marceau. [Paris] Gallimard. 
231 p. © Editions Gallimard & 
Felicien Marceau; 150ct69; DFO-1728. 

THE BABY BREAKS THE DOLL; (Le fil 

d'Arianne) Original story & screen- 
play by Carl Tran-Ba-Huy. 15 8 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 28Nov69, 
DU75868. NM: additions. © Carl 
Tran-Ba-Huy; 12Mar70; DU76585. 

BABY IS HARDLY HISTORY. See 
PUBLIC OFFICE/PRIVATE LIFE. 

BABY MINE. See 
EACH DAY I SING. 

BABYLON, a tale from the Arabian 
nights; story, words 8: music by 
Arthur Korb. 7 1. Two acts. Based 
on idea by Eric Siday. © Arthur 
Korb; 13Mar70; DU76542. 

THE BACCHAE, by Euripides; a transla- 
tion with commentary by Geoffrey S. 
Kirk. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Pren- 
tice-Hall. 141 1. (Greek drama 
series) © Prentice-Hall, Inc.; 
23Apr70; A150659- 

BACCHAE. See 

MASS FOR DIONYSUS. 
BACH IS ALWAYS ON SUNDAYS. See 

FACADES . 
THE BACKHOE STORY; recording script for 

the J. I. Case Co. 19 1. Appl. 

author: Jam Handy Organization. 

©J.I. Case Co.; 24jun70; C23482. 



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BAD BAD JO- JO. See 

STOP, YOU'RE KILLING ME. 

THE BAGMAN, a play in one act by Andy 

Wolk (Andrew Robert Wolk) 27 1. 

© Andrew Robert Wolk; 10Apr70; 

DU76875. 
BAKER'S ROYALTY PLAYS. See 

ALWAYS MARRY A BACHELOR. 

POUR IN HAND. 
BALD, a calliope of cartoon theater by 

John Dennis. 91 1. A play in 3 acts. 

© John Dennis; 17Feb70; DU76379. 

BALLET ON HAND. See 
ABRACADABRA . 

BALZAC . See 
THEATRE III. 

BAMBOO, a play in two acts by Ward More- 
house III. 1 v. © Ward Morehouse 
III; HMay70; DU77125 ■ 

BANDIT QUEEN. See 

THREE SPANISH SACRAMENTAL PLAYS. 

BANG. See 

EYE DROPS FOR THE MIND'S EYE. 

A BANG AND A WHIMPER, a play in one 

act by Mary Hogeland Clearraan. 26 1. 

© Mary Hogeland Clearman; Uun70; 

DU77319- 
BANTAM WORLD DRAMA. See 

AVANT-GARDE DRAMA: MAJOR PLAYS AND 

DOCUMENTS POST WORLD WAR I. 
TRAGEDY, TEN MAJOR PLAYS. 

BANTUBA? I CAN TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT! 
An original screenplay by David N. 
Brenner * Michael Preminger. 123 1. 
© David Norris Brenner & Michael A. 
Preminger; 21May70; DU77246. 

THE BAPTISM, a play in one act by 

Jerome Nilssen. Philadelphia, Luther- 
an Church Press. 44 p . © Jerome 
Nilssen; 70ct69; DP7198. 

BARA LIVES IN THE CLOSET, a sexual 

fantasy in two acts by George Patter- 
son. 1 v. © George Patterson; 
'2Jun70; DU77333- 

BARBARA, BABY, a screenplay by Brian 
Kahin. 1 v. A musical. Book & lyr- 
ics only. © Brian G. Kahin; 6jan70; 
DU76107. 

BARBARA'S ROOM; original screenplay by 
Anton Holden. 1st draft. 136 1. 
© Anton Holden; 4Feb70; DU7&340. 

BARE FACTS, by Redd Foxx. 1 v. Mono- 
log. © Lois Pub. Co.; 26jan70; 
C22558. 

BARKING BACKWARDS, a comedy in three 
acts by Blake Leach & Martin McKibbin. 
1 v. © Blake Leach & Martin McKibbin; 
17Apr70;'DU76910. 

BARNYARD CHRISTMAS, by Michele Wagner. 
8 1. A play in 3 acts. © Michele 
Wagner; 27Feb70; DU76454 . 

THE BARON'S BIRTHDAY BALL. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 18. 

BASIC COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE, by 
Donald L. Keller. 28 1. Six film- 
strip scripts. © Audication, Inc.; 
29Dec69; C22527- 

A BASKET OF RHUBARB; story & screenplay 
by H. Lee Pratt. 1 v. © H. Lee 
Pratt; i9Mar70; DU76648. 

BASKET SETTING, an one act comedy by 
Lucille E. Emond. 25 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 28Aug£7, DU69500 & 3Feb69, 
DU73430. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Lucille E. Emond; 12Jan70; DU7&083. 



BASTA; filmstrip by Richard W. Bruner. 
23 1. (Out of the mainstream) 
Script. © Richard W. Bruner; 3Jun70; 
C23294 . 

BAT. See 

DIE FLEDERMAUS. 

BATMAN; A BIRD OUT OF HAND, by George 
Kashdan. 9 1. Appl. author: National 
Periodical Publications, Inc., 
employer for hire. © National Peri- 
odical Publications, Inc.; l8Mar68; 
DP7232. 

BATMAN: A GAME OF CAT AND MOUSE, by Bill 
Keenan. 19 1. Appl. author: National 
Periodical Publications, Inc., employ- 
er for hire. © National Periodical 
Publications, Inc.; l6May68; DP7289. 

BATMAN: A MAD, MAD, TEA PARTY, by George 
Kashdan, 9 1. Appl. author: National 
Periodical Publications, Inc., employ- 
er for hire. © National Periodical 
Publications, Inc.; 20Jun68; DP7284 . 

BATMAN: BUBI, BUBI, WHO'S GOT THE RUBY, 
by Bill Keenan. 18 1. Appl. author: 
National Periodical Publications, 
Inc., employer for hire. © National 
Periodical Publications, Inc.; 
l8Apr68; DP7287 . 

BATMAN: COOL, CRUEL MR. FREEZE, by Den- 
nis Marks. 20 1, Appl. author: 
National Periodical Publications, 
Inc., employer for hire. © National 
Periodical Publications, Inc.; 
2Apr68; DP7303. 

BATMAN: HIZZONER, THE JOKER, by Dennis 
Marks. 22 1. Appl. author: National 
Periodical Publications, Inc., employ- 
er for hire. © National Periodical 
Publications, Inc.; 25Apr68; DP7304 . 

BATMAN: IN AGAIN, OUT AGAIN PENGUIN, by 
Bill Keenan. 11 1. Appl. author: 
National Periodical Publications, 
Inc., employer for hire. © National 
Periodical Publications, Inc.; lMay68; 
DP7302. ; g 

BATMAN: IT TAKES TWO TO MAKE A TEAM, by 
Dennis Marks. 17 1. Appl. author: 
National Periodical Publications, 
Inc., employer for hire. © National 
Periodical Publications, Inc.; 
31Jul68; DP7285. 

BATMAN: LONG JOHN JOKER.' By Bob 

Haney. 13 1. A screenplay. Appl. 
author: National Periodical Publi- 
cations, Inc., employer for hire. 
© National Periodical Publications, 
Inc.; HMay68; DP7211. 

BATMAN: PARTNERS IN PERIL, by George 
Kashdan. 21 1. Appl. author: Nation- 
al Periodical Publications, Inc., em- 
ployer for hire. © National Periodi- 
cal Publications, Inc.; 22Apr68; 
DP7288. 

BATMAN: THE BIG BIRTHDAY CAPER.' By 
Bob Haney. 22 1. A screenplay. 
Appl. author: National Periodical 
Publications, Inc., employer for 
hire. © National Periodical Publi- 
cations, ' Inc . ; l8Apr68; DP7210. 

BATMAN: THE COOL, CRUEL CHRISTMAS CAPER, 
by Bob Haney. 10 1. Appl. author: 
National Periodical Publications, 
Inc., employer for hire. © National 
Periodical Publications, Inc.; 
28jun68; DP7280. 

BATMAN: THE FIENDISHLY FRIGID FRAUD, by 
Dennis Marks. 18 1. Appl. author: 
National Periodical Publications, 
Inc., employer for hire. © National 
Periodical Publications, Inc.; 2Jul68; 
DP7283 . 



BATMAN: THE JIGSAW JEOPARDY, by Oscar 
Bensol. 17 1, Appl. author: National 
Periodical Publications, Inc., employ- 
er for hire. © National Periodical 
Publications, Inc.; 8jul68; DP7282. 

BATMAN! WILL THE REAL ROBIN, PLEASE 
STAND UP? By Dennis Marks. 19 1. 
Two parts. Appl. author: National 
Periodical Publications, Inc., 
employer for hire. © National 
Periodical Publications, Inc.; 
27May68; DP7233- 

BATMAN: WRATH OF THE RIDDLER, by Oscar 
Bensol. 10 1. Appl. author: National 
Periodical Publications, Inc., employ- 
er for hire. © National Periodical 
Publications, Inc.; 19Jul68; DP7281. 



BATTER WHIPPED SUNBEAM. Radio scripts 


Appl . author : Quality Bakers of Amer 


ica Cooperative, Inc. © Quality 


Bakers of America Cooperative, Inc. 


No. 


1 


© Uun70; C23323 • 


2 


© Uun70; C23324. 


3 


© Uun70; C23325 . 


4 


© Uun70; C23326. 


5 


© Uun70; C23327. 


6 


© Uun70; C23328 . 


7 


© Uun70; C23329. 


8 


© Uun70; C23330. 


9 


© Uun70; C23331- 


10. © Uun70; C23332. 


11. © Uun70; C23333- 


12. © Uun70; C23334. 


13. © Uun70; C23335- 


14. © Uun70; C23336. 


15. © Uun70; C23337- 


16. © Uun70; C23338. 



BAY OF PIGS TO THE MELTING POT; screen- 
play by A. R. Conde. 36 1. © A. R. 
Conde; HMay70; DU77121, 

THE BEAST YEARS OF OUR LIVES, by Garth 
Coogan. 18 1. A play in 5 scenes. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Jun69, 
A79018. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Garth P. Coogan; 26jan70; DU76186. 

BEASTIES. See 

LET US NOW PRAISE LITTLE BEASTIES. 

THE BEAT OF A DIFFERENT DRUM, a screen- 
play by Thomas Benenson. 212 1. 
© Thomas Ralph Benenson; 12Jan70; 
DU76085. 

BEATRICE, a musical play in two acts 
based on Much ado about nothing, by 
William Shakespeare, book & lyrics by 
Madge McCrossan. 1 v. © Madge 
McCrossan; 30Jan70; DU76223. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, by Frances Ellisor. 
& Jack A. Vaughn. 26 1. A play in 
4 scenes. © Frances Ellison; 17Mar70; 
DU76625 . 

BEAUTY PRODUCTS HERE, by Raymond 
Banacki. 1 v. A play. © Raymond 
Banacki; 26May70; DU77291 • 

BECOME YOUR OWN BEST FRIEND, by Fred 
Faris. Sheet. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 5May69, C21838. NM: additions. 
© Fred Faris,; 23Mar70; C23103. 

BED OF NAILS. See 

AM I DOING THIS RIGHT. 

BEGINNER'S LUCK, a comedy in three acts 
by Norman Barasch & Carroll Moore. 
1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Best behavior, 7Jun67, DU68845- 
NM: additions & revisions. © Carroll 
Moore & Norman Barasch; 2Apr70; 
DU76792 . 

BEHIND THE SIGNS, a script for the pro- 
duction of a motion picture by S . M. 
Gottlieb. 6 1. © Stephen Mark 
Gottlieb; lApr70; DU76779. 



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BEHOLD DAVID, THE SON OP MAN, a new 
play based upon the Old Testament, 
by Merle M. Lentz. 1 v. Fifteen 
scenes. © Merle M. Lentz; 12Jan70; 
DU76128. 
BEHOLD THE MAN, a Passion play arranged 
by Mary B. Kilgore. 9 1. © Mary 
B. Kilgore; 6Mar70; DU76522. 

BEING NO TIME, by Jacquelyn Thunfors 
Tomassi. 40 1. A play. Includes 
music & lyrics for 2 songs. 
© Jacquelyn Thunfors Tomassi; 5Feb70; 
DU76293. 

BEING ON TIME. See 

GETTING ALONG IN SCHOOL. 

BELL OF THE DRY GULCH SALOON, by James 
E. Lewis. 6 1. © Christopher-Gerard 
& Associates; 23Apr70; DP7299- 

BELLY BUTTON, a play in one act by Frank 
Rizzo (Francis Jude Rizzo) 28 1. 
© Francis Jude Rizzo; 31Mar70; 
DU76756. 

BEHDITA INFLDELEDAD. See 
BLESSED INFIDELITY. 

THE BENEDICTION, a film play by William 
Sippel. 1 v. © William Joseph 
Sippel; 9Apr70; DU76859. 

BERNABE, a play by-Luis Valdez. 1 v. 
Four scenes. © Luis Miguel Valdez; 
25May70; DU77226. 

BEST BEHAVIOR. See 
BEGINNER'S LUCK. 

THE BEST FOR YOU (The best of every- 
thing - for you) (Charm center) 
By Maura Babb, pseud.' of Maurine 
Walker, & Mark Legend. 13 1. 
Television script. © Maurine Walker 
& Mark Legend; HMar70; C22925 . 

THE BEST OF AMERICAN SALESMASTERS . 
Recording scripts. Appl. author: 
American Salesmasters, Ltd. ©Ameri- 
can Salesmasters, Ltd. 
v.3, side 

1, unit 3. Dr. Maxwell Maltz talks 
about psycho-cybernetics; lecture 
by Maxwell Maltz with intrcd by 
Harold A. (Hal) Krause. 

© I8jun70; C23406. 

2, unit J. Secrets of a street 
fighter; lecture by Fred Herman 
with introd. by Harold A. (Hal) 
Krause. © l8jun70; C23407. 

THE BEST OF AMERICAN SALESMASTERS (Tape 
scripts) © American Salesmasters, 
Ltd. 
v.l, side 

1, unit 

1. Lecture by Bob Richards; in- 
troduction by Harold A. (Hal) 
Krause. © 7Apr70; C23086. 

2, unit 

1. Lecture by Cavett Robert; in- 
troduction by Harold A. (Hal) 
Krause. © 7Apr70; C23087. 

BESTIALITE EROTIQUE. See 
THEATRE VI. 

BESUCH IM PFARRHAUS. See 
AUCKLAND . 

BETINA, MY LOVE. See 
LOVE IS LIKE THAT. 

BETTER BUSINESS, by Arthur Newett. 1 v. 
A musical play. © Arthur W. Newett, 
Jr. ; 8Dee69; DU76025 . 

THE BETTER HEAVEN, an erotic character 
comedy in three acts by Laurence L. 
Dennis, pseud, of Lucien Prival . 
145 1. Appl. states prev. reg. NM: 
revision. © Lucien Prival & Jean 
Prival; 3Jun70; DU77267 ■ 



BETTER THAN THE REAL THING; screenplay 
by John R. Matlock. 202 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l4Apr69, DU74063. 
NM: revisions & additions. © John R. 
Matlock; 2Mar70; DU76465. 

A BETTER WAY TO LEARN, by Robert L. Oli- 
ver. 12 1. Script. © Robert L. Oli- 
ver; 6Apr70; C23080. 

BETTY, a three act play by Charline Os- 
good Shuren. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Walls, 2Aug66. NM: additions. 
© Charline Osgood Shuren; 24Apr70; 
DU76985 • 

BETTY MACDONALD, by Anne Commire . 

1 v. Three acts. NM: dramatization 
of the works of Betty MacDonald. 
© Anne Commire; 2Apr70; A152485 . 

BEULAHLAND, a play in three acts by Wen- 
dell Meade. l4l 1. © W. Howes Meade; 
23Mar70; DU76694. 

BEYOND ALL BARRIERS, by Lola Claudette 
Hardaway. 195 1. A screenplay. 
© Lola Claudette Hardaway; HMar70; 
DU76642. 

BEYOND ILLUSION, by Mary Brendle. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Mary 
Brendle; l6Jan70; DU76121. 

THE BIBLE IN DANCE, by Dvora Lapson; 
illus. by Cecelia Grobla (Cecelia 
Grobla Waletzky) New York, Jewish 
Education Committee Press. 147 p. 
© Jewish Education Committee of New 
York; 10Mar70; A139732. 

BIBLE WORLD TALKING MAP, by David W. 
Thompson. Final draft. 1 v. 
Script. © Hammond, Inc.; 12Jan70; 
C22662. 

BIG BIRTHDAY CAPER. See 

BATMAN'. THE BIG BIRTHDAY CAPER. 

BIG BLACK MAN AND LITTLE WHITE GIRL, 
by Henrietta M. Jaeger. 30 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. tl.: Little 
white girl and big black man. 
Elflenrietta M. Jaeger; 19Jan70; 
Lp t ol44. 

THE BIG HOUSE ON THE DARK CORNER, a 
farce comedy by Benjamin Rosetree, 
pseud, of Ben Rosenbaum. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Benj'amin Rosetree; 
29Jun70; DU77562. 

BIG MAUDE SAVES THE DAY; or, My little 
hooker. A comedy in three acts by 
Ellsworth Whimby, pseud, of Martin C. 
Nolter, Jr. 1 v. © Martin C. Nolter, 
Jr.; 23Jan70; DU76172. 

THE BIGOTS, by Rueven Bolton, pseud, of 
Robert R. Bolton. 47 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Robert R. Bolton; 23Jan70; 
DU76175. 

BILL JACK; from an original story & 
screenplay by Antionette Light & Tony 
Anthony. Final revised shooting 
script May, 1970. 170 1. © Tony 
Anthony & Saul Swimmer; 19May70; 
DU77215 • 

BILLY YANK'S CAMPGROUND, a dramatic com- 
position with music by Noel Harrigan 
(Nolan Harrigan, Jr.) 2 v. Two acts. 
© Nolan Harrigan, Jr.; 20Apr70; 
DU76909. 

THE BINOMIAL THEOREM. 9 1. Script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt . San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
15Jun70; C23391. 

BIP! By r.a.g. Pintane . 1 v. A 
screenplay, ©r.a.g. Pintane; 
22May70; DU77189. 



BIRD OUT OF HAND. See 

BATMAN, A BIRD OUT OF HAND. 

THE BIRDCAGE, by Bertram Stone. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. G Bertram Stone; 
25Feb70; DU76440. 

BIRDS. See 

FOUR MAJOR PLAYS. 
IT'S FOR THE BIRDS. 

BIRDS OF A COLOR, by George Kalt. 35 1. 
Television play. © George Kalt; 
HMay70; DU77129- 

BIRDS SHOULD SING, a screenplay by Thom- 
as Benenson. lfl 1. © Thomas Benen- 
son; 30Mar70; DU76737. 

THE BIRTH OF A NATION, PART II, a movie 
by Tom Wilson. 128 1. © Tom Wilson; 
10Apr70; DU76868. 

THE BIRTH OF FREEDOM, a play in two acts 
by Arturo Parrilla. 1 v. © Arturo 
Parrilla; l8May70; DU77202. 

BIRTHDAY; story & screenplay by Richard 
Busch & Rod McCall (James R. McCall) 
73 1. © Richard Busch & Rod McCall; 
3Feb70; DU76269. 

A BIRTHDAY WITH FRIENDS, a tragedy in 
two acts with tap dancing by Ron 
Dobrin (Ronald Dobrin) 1 v. A play. 
© Ronald Dobrin; 8jan70; DU76072". 
BIRTHRIGHT: EQUALITY. See 

RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES. 

BIRTHRIGHT: FREEDOM. See 

RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES. 

BIRTHRIGHT: JUSTICE. See 

RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES. 

A BIT OF HATE, A TRACE OF LOVE, a play 
in two acts by Carl Neumann. 98 1. 
© Carl A. Neumann; l6Mar70; DU76607. 

THE BITTER PILLS, a play in two acts 
by Milton Simon. 59 1. © Milton 
Simon; 2Feb70; DU7626I. 

BLACK ACCOMPLISHMENTS (1860-1969) See 
BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
Record 14. 

BLACK ACHIEVEMENTS (1490-1860) See 
BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
Record 5° 

BLACK AMERICA IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION. 
See 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
Record 11. 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
A series of recording scripts. Appl. 
authors: Avi Associates, Inc. & 
Instructional Dynamics, Inc. ©Avi 
Associates, Inc. 
Record 

1. African heritage. © 24Jun70; 
C 234 80. 

2. Black cargoes. S 24Jun70; C23481. 
3- Slavery takes hold. © 24Jun70; 

C23479- 

4. Toward freedom. © 24jun70; 
C23478. 

5. Black achievements (1490- i860) 
© 24jun70; C23477. 

6. Civil War. © 24jun70; C23476. 

7. Reconstruction. © 24jun70; 

C23475 . 

8. Separate and unequal. © 24jun70; 
C23474 .. 

9. Black leaders. © 24jun70; C23473- 

10. The Harlem renaissance. 
© 24jun70; C23472. 

11. Black America in the Great De- 
pression. © 24jun70; C23471. 

12. World War II and beyond. 
© 24jun70; C23470. 

13. The civil rights movement. 
© 24jun70; C23469. 

14. Black accomplishments (1860-1969) 
© 24jun70; C23468. 

15. Black spokesmen. © 24jun70; 
C23467. 






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1970 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



BLACK AND WHITE, a new comedy by Rich- 
ard B. Milner & Allan D. Coult. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. © Richard 
B. Milner & Allan D. Coult; 17Mar70; 
DU76579. 

BLACK BOY. See 

VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE. 
BLACK CARGOES, -See. 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OP HISTORY. 
Record 2. 

BLACK COCK SHOCK, by Lawrence J. Maness 
(Laurence J. Maness) 21 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Laurence J. Maness; 
31Mar70; DU76751- 

BLACK CYCLE, by Mar tie Charles (Martha 
Elizabeth Charles) 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. ©Martha Elizabeth Charles; 
llFeb70; DU76321. 

BLACK DRAMA, an anthology edited by 
William Brasmer & Dominick Consolo, 
with an introd. by Darwin T. Turner. 
Columbus, Ohio, C. E. Merrill. 
393 p. NM: introd., organization & 
bibliography. © Charles E. Merrill 
Pub. Co.; 19Jan70; A 1255 14 . 

THE BLACK GRINGO; screenplay by John 
Garvey. 103 1 . © John Garvey; 
3Apr70; DU76797- 

BLACK HERITAGE. Scripts NB601--NB628. 
6 v. Appl. author: Imperial Inter- 
national Learning. © Imperial Inter- 
national Learning, Inc.; l8Feb70; 
C22727 . 

BLACK HISTORY FROM THE JEWISH POINT OF 
VIEW, a one-act comedy by Morton 
Rothberger. 27 1. © Morton Roth- 
berger; 23Jun70; DU77499- 

BLACK LEADERS. See 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
Record 9- 

BLACK LEADERS OF THE RECONSTRUCTION 
ERA, by Arline Freund . 12 1. 
Appl. author: Cultural History 
Research, Inc . © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; 20Apr70; 
C 23 193 • 

BLACK LEADERS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY AMER- 
ICA, by Joshua Tree Productions. 
10 v. Filmstrip scripts. Contents: 
50301 — 50310: Charles Drew. — Mary Mc- 
Leod Bethune, — Langston Hughes. --Mar- 
tin Luther King. --Malcolm X. — A. Phil- 
ip Randolph. — Percy Julian. — Edward 
Brooke. --Lorraine Hansberry. --Carl 
Stokes. © Look/Listen & Learn, Inc., 
a subsidiary of Audio Visual Interna- 
tional Corp.; 30Mar70; C23108. 

BLACK ON BLACK, a monologue by Ernest A. 
Joselovitz. 6 1. © Ernest Allan 
Joselovitz; 13Apr70; DU76901. 

THE BLACK PANTHERS. See 
FIRING LINE. 124. 

BLACK POWER. See 
FIRING LINE. 49. 

BLACK ROOTS, a story of spirituals by 
Edward Boatner. 1 v. A musical play. 
Appl. ti.: Fruits of the black roots. 
© Edward H. Boatner; 22Apr70; 
DU7692^- 

BLACK SANTA, written by Lillie Belle 
Warren. 33 1. A play in 6 acts. 
© Lillie Belle Warren; 27Feb70; 
DU76385 . 

BLACK SPOKESMEN. See 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
Record 15 . 



BLACKFRIARS SHAKESPEARE. 
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, 
TWELFTH NIGHT. 



See 



BLACK'S PRE-SCH00L FUN; or, Inch by 
inch. 5 1. By Bettie Pullen Walker. 
Television script. © Bettie Pullen 
Walker; 28May70; C23244 . 

BLAND DIET, by Virginia Toews Stucky. 
8 1. Script. © Virginia Toews Stucky 
d.b.a. Diet Teaching Programs; 
20Mar70; C23007 . 

BLAND DIET; quick tape by Virginia Toews 
Stucky. Sheet. © Virginia Toews 
Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teaching Programs; 
20Mar70; C23006. 

BLAND-FIBER RESTRICTED DIET; quick tape 
by Virginia Toews Stucky. Sheet. 
©Virginia Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet 
Teaching Programs; 20Mar70; C23000. 

BLAND-FIBER RESTRICTED DIET SCRIPT, by 
Virginia Toews Stucky. 12 1. © Vir- 
ginia Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teach- 
ing Programs; 20Mar70; C23001. 

BLAND-SOFT DIET, by Virginia Toews 
Stucky. 10 1. Script. © Virginia 
Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teaching Pro- 
grams; 20Mar70; C23003. 

BLAND-SOFT DIET; quick tape by Virginia 
Toews Stucky. Sheet. © Virginia 
Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teaching Pro- 
grams; 20Mar70; C23002. 

BLANDINGS CASTLE. See 
OH, CLARENCE. 

BLESS ME FATHER, by Chris Walker. 
1 v. A musical play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Chris Walker; 
27Feb70; DU76665. 

BLESSED INFIDELITY; in 12 acts by Pablo 
Azor Juelle. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. DU68200. NM: English 
translation of Bendita infideledad. 
© Pablo Azor Juelle; l6Dec68; 
DU76715- 

THE BLIZZARD OF '88, a screen treatment 
by Harry P. Bailey & Robert M. Wilson. 
88 1. © Harry P. Bailey & Robert M. 
Wilson; lMay70; DU77043. 

BL0CK-12, by Richard Besmanoff. 20 1. 
A play. Appl. states prev. reg. 
17Feb70, DU76381. NM: additions. 
© Richard Besmanoff; 21May70; DU77249. 

BLOCK 12, by Richard Besmanoff. 10 1. 
A play in 2 scenes. © Richard Bes- 
manoff; 17Feb70; DU76381. 

BLOCK-12, by Richard Besmanoff. 16 1. 
Television play. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 17Feb70, DU7638I. NM: adapted 
for television & revisions. © Richard 
Besmanoff; 10Apr70; DU76876. 

BLOOEYFLUM, by Harry L. Murray. 8 1. 
Monolog. © Harry L. Murray; 6Apr70; 

c 2307 9. 

THE BLUE ANGEL, by Josef von Sternberg, 
an authorized translation of the 
German continuity. London, Lorrimer. 
Ill p. NM: translation & introd. 
© Lorrimer Pub., Ltd.; 15Jul68; 
AF30482. 

THE BLUE-EYED GLASSES, a surrealistic 
comedy by Lucy Kennedy (Lucy Kennedy 
Brown) 1 v. Thirteen scenes. © 
© Lucy Kennedy; 2OMar70; DU76669. 

BLUE WILLOW GARDEN, by John Armstrong. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © John 
Armstrong; l6Mar70; DU76546 . 

BOLD JOURNEYS, GRADE FIVE. 13 1. (Mac- 
millan reading program) Tape script. 
© Macmillan Co.; l6Mar70; C23028. 

BOMBO WAS IN BANGOR, by Leo Bayer. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Leo 
Bayer; Uun70; DU77321. 



BONANA. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 7. 
BONGO & SON, by Richard Patrick Hart- 
nett (Dion O'Hartnett, pseud.) 1 v. 
A play. Appl. states prev. reg. 
250ct50, 25760. NM: additions & 
revisions. © June Denise Steele & 
Shaun Patrick Steele; 4Mar70; 
DU76499. 

BONJOUR MON OEIL. See 
THEATRE. 

BOOGIE IN THE MUD, by Sidney J. Semien. 
Sheet. ©TekPub.; 3Mar70; C22907 • 

A BOOK OF DRAMA, 1, by Blanche V. 
Schwartz & Marion A. Hoctor. New- 
York, Harcourt, Brace & World. 375 P« 
(Perspectives in literature) Con- 
tents: An inspector calls, by J. B. 
Priestley. --R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal 
Robots) by Karel Capek. --Romeo and 
Juliet, by William Shakespeare .-- 
Twelfth night; or. What you will. By 
William Shakespeare. NM: compilation 
& additions. © Harcourt, Brace & 
World, Inc.; 10Dec69; A117315- 

A BOOK OF DRAMA, 2, by Marion A. Hoctor 
& Blanche V. Schwartz. New York, 
Harcourt, Brace & World. 376 p. 
(Perspectives in literature) Con- 
tents: An enemy of the people, by 
Henrik Ibsen. — Arms and the man, by 
George Bernard Shaw. — Julius Caesar, 
by William Shakespeare. — As you like 
it, by William Shakespeare. NM: 
compilation & additions. © Harcourt, 
Brace & World, Inc.; 17Dec69; A117314. 

A BOOK OF DRAMA, 3, by John Ullmer & 
Anne C. Courtney. New York, Harcourt, 
Brace & World. 293 p. (Perspectives 
in literature) Contents: Our town, 
by Thornton Wilder. — The glass menag- 
erie, by Tennessee Williams (Thomas 
Lanier Williams )--Lost in the stars, 
by Maxwell Anderson. --The Teahouse of 
the August Moon, by John Patrick. 
NM: compilation & additions. © Har- 
court, Brace & World, Inc.; 17Dec69; 
A1173H. 

A BOOK OF DRAMA, 4, by John Ullmer & 
Anne C. Courtney. Macbeth, by 
William Shakespeare, & others. New 
York, Harcourt, Brace & World. 393 P- 
(Perspectives in literature) NM: 
compilation & additions. © Harcourt, 
Brace & World, Inc.; 17Dec69; A117312. 

THE BOOK, POLSKI TEEM, by Edward Jurc- 
zenia. 12 1. © Edward Jurczenia; 
19Jan70; C22858. 

BOOKLAND JUVENILE. See 
PLAYS ARE FUN. 

BOOR. See 

THE CROSSPATCH. 

BOOTLEG BABIES, by Ethelwyn H. Frank. 
74 1. A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 1934. NM: revisions. 
© Ethelwyn H. Frank; 26Mar70; DU767II. 

BOOTSIE AT COLONUS, by Robert Olen But- 
ler. 122 1. A play in 3 acts. 
©Robert Olen Butler; 12Feb70; 
DU76328. 

THE BOSTONIANS, a play in two acts by 
Robert Manson Myers. From the novel 
by Henry James. 2 v. © Robert Man- 
son Myers; 8jan70; DU76040. 

BRAGGARTY RABBIT; for narrator, dance- 
pantomime & orchestra by Seymour 
Barab. New York, Boosey & Hawkes . 
40 p. (Tales of rhyme and reason) 
Vocal score. © Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 
lApr70; DP7276. 



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Jan.-June 



THE BRAIN PRESERVER, a motion picture 
horror play by Charles E. Miller & 
Gerard Magavero. 108 1. © Charles E. 
Miller & Gerard Magavero; 27May70; 
DU77227. 

THE BREAKOUT, by Charles (Oyamo) Gordon. 
29 1. A play. © Charles Franklin 
Gordon; 7Jan70; DU76070. 

BRIAR PATCH, a children's musical play 
by Geo. D. Cowan. Based on Joel 
Chandler Harris' Uncle Remus tales. 
1 v. © Geo. D. Cowan; 24Mar70; 
DU76619. 

THE BRIDE COMES TO YELLOW SKY, by Frank 
Crocitto, from the story by Stephen 
Crane. New York, Dramatists Play Ser- 
vice. 19 p. © Frank Crocitto; 
28Apr70; DP7316, 

THE BRIDES' NIGHT OUT, a comedy by John 
Pimley. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© John T. Pimley & Cajan Lee Pimley; 
19Jun70; DU77504- 

A BRIDGE MAY BE SLENDER, a play in one 
act by Winifred McLellan. 27 1. 
© Winifred McLellan; 3Feb70; DU76280. 

BRIEF EXPLANATION OF THE OTEY METHOD; 

1 like to call it community music 
teaching method. By Orlando Otey. 

2 1. © Orlando Otey; l6Mar70; 
022944 . 

A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS 
MOVEMENT SINCE 1900, by Asa T. 
Spaulding. 15 1. © Asa T. Spaulding; 
2Mar70; C22902. 

THE BROODING ANGEL. See 
THREE OFF- BROADWAY PLAYS. 

BROKEN LIGHT, by Gertrude Tenbruck. 
39 1. A play in 3 acts. © Gertrude 
Tenbruck; lApr70; DU76766 . 

BROKEN MIRRORS, by Cheryl Lorenc . 
36 1. A play in 3 acts. © Cheryl 
E. Lorenc; 2 Mar70; DU76469. 

THE BRONX IS NEXT, by Sonia Sanchez 
(Wilsonia B. Sanchez) 10 1. A play. 
© Sonia Sanchez; 13May70; DU77176. 

BROTHER CAME TOO LATE; recitation by 
Dorothy Norwood. Sheet. © Herman 
Lubinsky; 12Mar70; C22934 . 

BROTHER GORSKI, by Emanuel Fried. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Emanuel J. Fried; 
26May70; DU77309 . 

BROTHER JOHN FAUSTUS, by Harold Lieber- 
man. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Har- 
old Seymour Lieberman; 23Mar70; 
DU76697. 

THE BROTHERS, a one-act play by Sylvia 
Berry. 43 1. © Sylvia Berry; 
26jan70; DU7cl84. 

THE BROTHERS PANDAVAS, by William Kranz. 
100 1. A play in 3 acts. © William 
Kranz; 7Apr70; DU76839- 

BUBI, BUBI, WHO'S GOT THE RUBY. See 
BATMAN: BUBI, BUBI, WHO'S GOT THE 
RUBY. 

BtSI'S HTDE-AWAY. See 
NIGHT CLUB. 

BUNNY, a comedy in two acts by Norman 
Krasna. 1 v. © Norman Krasna; 
l4Apr70; DU76917 . 

BURGUNDY AND PROVENCE, by Fred & Bernice 
Hift. 35 1- (Pack-a-tape tours) 
© Fred & Bernice Hift; 19Jun70; 
C23411 • 

THE BURIAL OF ESPOSITO. See 

PASSING THROUGH FROM EXOTIC PLACES. 

BURNING, a play by David W. Rabe . 126 1. 
Three acts. © David W. Rabe; 8jun70; 
DU77363- 



THE BURNING; audio drama by Jory Sher- 
man. 10 1. © Jory Sherman; 28jan70; 
DU76215. 

THE BURP THEORY, by Stephen Fried land. 
Sheet. © Jingle House Music Corp.; 
30Mar70; C23035 . 

A BUSINESS PHILOSOPHY, by William 
H. Frey. 4 1. © William H. Frey; 
12Jun70; C23384. 

BUT, DADDY. See 

A TRILOGY OF CONFRONTATION. 

BUT NEVER JAM TODAY, an Afro-American 
adaptation for the stage of Lewis 
Carroll's Alice's adventures in Won- 
derland & Through the looking glass, 
by Vinnette Carroll. 64 1. 
Thirteen scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: additions. © Vinnette Carroll; 
19Jan70; DU76143. 

BUTTERFLY, by Chris Morton (Christine 
H. Morton) 9 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Christine 
H. Morton; 13Jul70; DU77542. 

BUTTONMAN, a farce; screenplay by 
Anthony Ponzini & Nat Polen (Nathan 
Polen); story by Anthony Ponzini. 
118 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
HSep69, DU75324. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Anthony Ponzini & Nat 
Polen; 2Mar70; DU76473. 

BY GEORGE! A GUARDIAN ANGEL! A pilot 
script for a one half hour television 
series by Ellsworth Whimby, pseud, of 
Martin C. Nolter, Jr. 26 1. S Martin 
C. Nolter, Jr.; l8May70; DU77199. 

BY SANCTION OF THE VICTIM, by Mark 
Travis. 269 1. A screenplay. 
© Mark Travis; 9Mar70; DU76565. 

BYRON, by John Bowman. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © John A. Bowman; 
4Mar70; DU76498. 



CCH EXPLANATION OF THE TAX REFORM' ACT 
OF 1969, AUDILEX, by Commerce Clear- 
ing House, Inc. 31 1. A lecture. 
© Commerce Clearing House, Inc.; 
26Feb70; C22799. 

THE C.H.U.M. P. CODE CAPER. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 3. 

C.H.U.M. P. TAKES A HOLIDAY. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 14 . 

C.O.D., a musical play in two acts by 
Edward E. Mikenas, Sr. 92 1 1. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev.. reg. 3Jan67, DU67556. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Edward E. 
Mikenas, Sr.; l8jun70; DU77383 . 

THE CACHE, a drama in three acts by 
Ann Clark (Hannah Ruth Clark) 141 1. 
© Hannah Ruth Clark; 9Jun70; DU77595 . 

CAESAR'S WIFE, by Shirley Gregory Duf- 
fin. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Shir- 
ley Gregory Duff in; 8jun70; DU77374 . 

THE CALIPH OF CAIRO (ILLINOIS); or, 
My uncle the magician. By William 
L. Hendricks. 35 1- Appl. states 
prev. reg. 290c t§9 . © William L. 
Hendricks; 290ct69; DP7247 • 

CALIPH'S MAGICIAN. See 
SUH AND SHA. 

CALL ME AUNTIE, a play in three acts and 
one set by Jack Pollexfen and Dean 
Dillman, Jr. Based on an idea sug- 
gested by Brandon Thomas's famous 
farce of the nineties, Charley's aunt. 
1 v. © Jack Pollexfen and Dean Dill- 
man, Jr.; 28jan70; DU76228. 



CALL ME COLLECT; television commercial 
by Llbbie T. Goodrich. 2 sheets. 
© Libbie T. Goodrich; 9Feb70; 
C22680. 

CALL ME UNCLE, a comedy in three acts 
by Sonny Marble (Herbert G. Marble) 
128 1. © Herbert G. Marble; l8Feb70; 
DU76393- 

CALLE DE LOS TIGRES. See 
TIGRES EN LA CALLE. 

CALLING ALL SHOPPERS; original televi- 
sion script by Alfred Formichelli. 
3 1- Appl. states prev. reg. 7Mar69, 
C21449 & prev. pub. 3Apr69, A59465- 
MM: additions & revisions. © Alfred 
Formichelli; HMar70; C22905 . 

CALLING ALL SHOPPERS DAILY; original 
television script by Alfred Formi- 
chelli. 4 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 7Mar69, C21449 & prev. pub. 
3Apr69; A59465. NM: additions & 
revisions. ©Alfred Formichelli; 
HMar70; C22904 . 

CALORIE RESTRICTED DIET; quick tape by 
Virginia Toews Stucky. 2 1. i Vir- 
ginia Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teach- 
ing Programs; 20Mar70; C23014 . 

CALORIE- SODIUM RESTRICTED DIET, by Vir- 
ginia Toews Stucky. 15 1. Script. 
© Virginia Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet 
Teaching Programs; 20Mar70; C23013. 

CALORIE- SODIUM RESTRICTED DIET; quick 
tape by Virginia Toews Stucky. 2 1. 
© Virginia Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet 
Teaching Program; 20Mar70; C23012. 

CAMPUS CRISIS: ACADEMIC FREEDOM AND 
BERKELEY. See 
FIRING LINE. 42. 

CANADA 5000, by Peeter Kiviloo. 108 1. 
Screenplay. © Peeter Kiviloo; 
15Jun70; DU77418. 

CANADIAN TRILOGY, by Elpidio Palic- 
Pavlov. Part 1: The misanthrope and 
his lady's fun. 3 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Elpidio Palic-Pavlov; 
15Jun70; DU77410. 

CANCER AT WORK; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22646. 

CANCER NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 3 1. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22649. 

CANCER PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 11. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22647. 

CANCER WHERE WAS YOUR MOON? Written by 
Jacques Wilson. 5 1- © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22648. 

THE CAPACITY TO GOVERN: THE ROLE OF THE 
FCC IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NATIONAL 
POLICY FOR COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS, 
by Nicholas Johnson, Richard Posner 
& Lee C. White. 3 v. (Computers, 
communications, and the public inter- 
est) Three lectures. t> Johns 
Hopkins Press; 13Mar70; C23173- 



CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. 
FIRING LINE. 112. 



See 



CAPRICORN AT WORK; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22633. 

CAPRICORN- NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS; 
written by Jacques Wilson. 3 1. 
©Almo Music Corp . ; '19Jan70; C22636. 

CAPRICORN PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS; 
written by Jacques Wilson. 1 1. 
© Almo Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22634. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



CAPRICORN WHERE WAS YOUR MOON? Written 
by Jacques Wilson. 3 1. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22635- 

THE CAPSTONE, by Lois Weiss. 127 1. 
A screenplay. © Lois Weiss; 23Mar70; 
DU76702. 

THE CAPTAIN HALIBUT SHOW, by Norman Y. 
Lono. 10 1. Radio script. © Norman 
Y. Lono; 12Jan70; C2256O. 

CAPTAIN MILKSHAKE; screenplay by Richard 
Crawford & Barry Leichtling. 124 1. 
© Richmark Productions.; 20Apr70; 
DU76961. 

THE CARD CATALOG, by Violet Priestley. 
4th rev. ed. 12 1. Filmstrip script. 
Appl. states prev. reg. lAug63, 
C15888. © Violet Priestley d.b.a. 
Library Filmstrip Center; 20Mar70; 
C22930. 

CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIA IDENTIFICATION: OVER- 
VIEW AND INTRODUCTION. 1 v. Appl. 
author: Michigan Heart Assn. © Michi- 
gan Heart Assn.; l6Feb70; C22721. 

CARDINAL BEMBO'S LADDER OF LOVE, by 
Ira Hauptman. 99 1- A play. 
© Ira Hauptman; 10Apr70; DU77103- 

CARE-A-VAN; coast-to-coast traveling 
musical road show. Writer: Robert 
Casemore. 1 v. Eleven scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Productions, Div. of T-T-P 
Corp., employer for hire. © Whirl- 
pool Corp.; 2Feb7C; DU76202. 

CARE OF THE BODY, a mixed-media poem for 
the stage by Daniela Gioseffi, pseud, 
of Dorothy G. Kearney. 11 1. Four 
movements. © D. G. Kearney; 8Dec69; 
DU76035 . 

CAREERS. 11 v. Eleven scripts. Con- 
tents: 8221-8231: Careers in construc- 
tion. — Careers in industry. — Careers 
in education. — Careers in law. — Sell- 
ing as a career. --Careers in mass com- 
munication. — Careers in hotels, mo- 
tels, restaurants. — Careers in the 
graphic arts. — Careers in health servr 
ices and professions. — Careers in dis- 
tribution. --Careers in transportation, 
Appl. author: Education Unlimited 
Corp. © Education Unlimited Corp.; 
HMay70; C 23 238. 

THE CARETAKER; script by Edward K. 
Rogers. 16 1. Tape recording 
script. © Western Pennsylvania- 
West Virginia Synod of the Lutheran 
Church in America; 2Feb70; DU76267. 

CARL STOKES. See 

BLACK LEADERS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY 
AMERICA. 

CARLOTTA CRIMP IS COMING. See 
LOTTIE. 

CARRIE, a play with music; words & music 
by Frank. E. Cooke. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Frank E. Cooke; 2Feb70; DU76535 • 

CASE OF NO DEFENSE; original story & 
screenplay by Mrs. Otis Conway. 30 1. 
©Mrs. Otis Conway; 4May70; DU77054 . 

THE CASE OF THE COOKIE JAR COOKIE, a 
rhythmic farce by Michael A. Del Medi- 
co; freely adapted from a George M. 
Cohan parody. 20 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Michael A. Del 
Medico; 9Apr70; DU7685I. 

CASEY AT THE BAT; skit created by Pat 
Arcudi (Pasquale Arcudi) & Gene Arcudi 
(Domenick Arcudi) Sheet. © Domenick 
Arcudi & Pat Arcudi; 30Mar70; DU76744 . 

CASSANOVA CROWNS HIS WIFE, a play 

(comedy-drama) in two acts including 
eight scenes by Bozena Reynolds. 
47 1. © Bozena Reynolds; 2Mar70; 
DP7252. 



CASSETTE PROGRAM. See 

HOW TO SURVIVE IN COLLEGE. 

CASSIOPEA, by Roma Greth. 75 1. 
A play in 2 acts . © Roma Greth; 
2Mar70; DU76468. 

CASSIUS CLAY AND THE NEGRO MOVEMENT. 

FIRING LINE. 130. 

A CATECHESIS OF THE MASS, by Robert 

James Bauer & David Ralph Young. 1 v. 
© Robert James Bauer & David Ralph 
Young; 20Apr7O; C23197- 

THE CATILINE CONSPIRACY, by Dave Koretz. 
Detroit, D. Koretz. 30 p. Three 
acts. ©David Koretz; l80ct69; 
A118933. 

CATNIP LANE, a satire on the human race 
from the works of Don Marquis, by 
Mae Savell Croy. 1 v. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. NM: addi- 
tions. © Mae Savell Croy; 26May70; 
DU77292 • 

THE CAT'S PAJAMAS, a new comedy by 
George Mauro Campbell. 119 1- 
Three acts . © George Mauro Campbell; 
22Apr70; DU76973- 

CAT'S PAW MOUNTAIN; story written about 
Lone Rock prairies & Wisconsin hills 
by Antoinette Harrison. 36 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 31Dec64, 
DU61991. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Antionette Harrison; 2Feb70; 
DU76268. 

CAUSES OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. 
6 1. Script. Appl. author: Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District; 15Jun70; C23390. 

CAVEMAN, AN ORDINARY QUIET SORT OF GUY; 
written by George E. Sewell & Micah 
S. Hackler. 49 1. A musical play in 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© George E. Sewell & Micah S. Hackler; 
24Feb70; DU76418. 

CE SOIR ON IMPROVISE. See 
THEATRE. 

THE CEDAR KNOT, by Dorothy James. 1 v. 
A musical play in 3 acts. From the 
short story of the same title by Beth 
M. Applegate. © Dorothy James; 
7Apr70; DU76836 . 

THE CEDAR OF LEBANON, by Brother Bernard 
Gorman. 26 1. A play. © Brother 
Bernard Gorman; 2Feb70; DU76221. 

CEE TEE; treatment & screenplay by 
Aly Cross (Alice C. Danolds) 
2d draft. 194 1. Text only. 
©Alice C. Danolds.; 9Jun70; DU77391- 

CELEBRATION, a musical in 2 acts; book 
& lyrics by Tom Jones, music by 
Harvey Schmidt. Book & lyrics only. 
(In The Best plays of I968-I969. 
New York, Dodd, Mead. p. 302-304 & 
insert. (The Burns Mantle yearbook)) 
Appl. states unpub. version prev. reg. 
NM: condensation & editing. © Tom 
Jones & Harvey Schmidt; 20Nov69; DP7268. 
DP7268. 

CELEBRATION IN LIVING COLOR. See 
HERE COMES THE ICEMAN. Episode 
no.l. 

CELIA WHITE DOVE; or, How to die in 
style and not care. A play in nine 
scenes or two acts by Louis M. 
Ponderoso. 1 v. © Louis M. Ponder- 
oso; 13Jan70; DU76351. 



CELLE QU'ON LAISSE PASSER. 
THEATRE. 



See 



CEREMONIE POUR UN NOIR ASSASSINE. See 
THEATRE III. 

LA CHAIM: TO LIFE, by Jacqueline Greb. 
30 1. Three acts, S Jacqueline Kay 
Greb; 28jan69; A134257, 

THE CHALLENGE OF CHANGE, by Nolan A. 

Moore. 8 1. © Nolan A. Moore; 

8Jun70; C23373- 
THE CHAMELEON, a new play by John F. 

Carroll. 1 v. Three acts. © John 

F. Carroll; 5Nov6"9; DU76248. 

CHANDLER EDITIONS IN DRAMA. See 
THREE SPANISH SACRAMENTAL PLAYS. 

CHANGE OF SCENE. See 
DO UNTO OTHERS. 

THE CHANGING TIDE, a play by Robert 
B. Cade. 9 1. © Robert B. Cade; 
2Apr70; DU76789. 

THE CHANGING TIMES OF KING CORNELIUS, 
a musical play for family audience by 
William D. Lavender. 1 v. Two acts. 
© William D. Lavender; 20Apr70; 
DU76970, 

CHANTEROO, by Dick Hope & Wade Denning. 
Sheet. © Wade Denning; HMar70; 
C22899. 

CHAPPAQUIDDICK SOLITARE, by Red River 
Dave McEnery. Sheet. © Red River 
Dave McEnery; 2Feb70; C22702. 

CHARADES ON EAST FOURTH STREET, a short 
play in one act by Lonne Elder III. 
32 1. © Lonne Elder III; 9Apr70; 
DU76854, 

CHARISMA, a satirical fable; music by 
Werner Janssen, book & lyrics by 
Michael Dyne. 1 v. Two acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Michael Dyne; 
HMar70; DU76530 . 

CHARLES DREW. See 

BLACK LEADERS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY 
AMERICA . 
CHARLEY'S AUNT. See 
CALL ME AUNTIE. 

CHARM CENTER. See 
THE BEST FOR YOU. 

CHECKING. See 

CLUES TO CUSTOMERS. 

THE CHERRY ORCHARD, by Anton Chekhov, 
translated by Irene Moore & Sonia 
Moore. 1 v. A play in 4 acts. 
© American Center for Stanislavski 
Theatre Art, Inc.; 26jan70; DU76187. 

THE CHESS GAME, a play in three acts 
by Gail Lenzi. 56 1. © Gail W. 
Lenzi; 2Feb70; DU76262. 

CHEVALIER A LA MODE. See 

DANCOURT'S LE CHEVALIER A LA MODE: A 
CRITICAL EDITION AND A COMMENTARY 
ON THE PLAY. 

CHEVY COMMERCIAL, by Tina Lewis (Tina L. 
Thompson) 2 1. Television script. 
© Tina L. Thompson; HMay70; C23234 . 

CHICAGO ONE; in six scenes by Anne Be- 
ment. 21 1, A play. © Anne Gibson 
Bement; 13Apr70; DU76904. 

CHICK A HOMINY, by Casey Magie (Richard 
Jennings Magie) 95 1. Screenplay. 
© Casey Magie; 8jun70; DU77465. 

THE CHICKEN AND THE EGGHEAD, by David J. 
Kennedy. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 4May67, 
DU68628. NM: revisions. © David J. 
Kennedy; 24Feb70; DU76428. 

CHILDERSBURG ECHOES FOR FRANK FINNERTY, 
by Frank Finnerty. 3 1. Radio 
script. © Frank Finnerty; 25Nov69; 
C22525. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



CHILDREN OF THE MIME, an experience In 
communication by A. C. Nicholaw. 1 v. 
© Andy C. Nicholaw; 30Apr70; DU77464 . 

THE CHILLING C.H.U.M.P. CHASE. See 
LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 15. 

THE CHINESE AND DR. FISH, by Murray 
Schisgal. Dramatists Play Service. 
66 p. Two plays. Appl. states The 
Chinese prev. reg. 10Aug69, DU7512O 
& Dr. Fish prev. reg. loAug69, 
DU75130. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Murray Schisgal; l6Jun70; DP7339- 

THE CHINESE IN AMERICA. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

CHOCOLATE CAKE DOESN'T SOLVE EVERYTHING, 
by Barbara Doss. 16 1. A play. 
© Evanston Mental Health Society; 
13Apr70; DU76895 . 

CHOICE IN HUMAN, an original three act 
play by Albert Morris Kane. 1 v. 
© Albert Morris Kane; l8Dec69; 
DU76150. 

THE CHOSEN SOULS, by Leonard Manzella. 
80 1. A screenplay. © Leonard Man- 
zella; Uun70; DU77324. 

CHRIS SICK. See 

THE DOGS; OR, THE PARIS COMEDY AND 
TWO OTHER PLAYS: CHRIS SICK, OR 
HAPPY NEW YEAR ANYWAY, MAKING MONEY, 
AND NINETEEN OTHER VERY SHORT PLAYS. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL, by Charles Dickens; 
musical adaptation by Jim Bullock, 
Jack Kerr, Mary Johnson & Helen 
Hallett. 1 v. Twenty scenes. 
© Jim Bullock, Jack Ke"rr, Helen 
Miles Hallett & Mary Johnson; 13Feb70; 
DU76333. 

A CHRISTMAS FANTASY; written and por- 
trayed by Jessie Kirkwood. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Jessie Kirkwood; 
25Feb70; DU76439. 

CHRISTMAS IN A BARN, by Emil (Farmer) 
Bill. 2 1. © Emil N. Bill; 22Dec69; 
C22523. 

CHRISTMAS IS, a musical play for chil- 
dren by Ira David Wood. 10 1. Book 
& lyrics only. © Ira David Wood III; 
l6Apr70; DU76887. 

CHRISTMAS IS REMEMBERING, a Christmas 
operetta for children in two acts. 
Words & music by Mary Ellen Bell. 
Minneapolis, T. S. Denison. 
30 p. © T. S. Denison & Co., Inc.; 
4Nov69; DP7256. 

CHRISTMAS POEMS 1969, by Kitty Colette 
Keepers Voss. 1 v. Radio & televi- 
sion program. ' © Kitty Colette 
Keepers Voss; 26Mar70; C22990. 

THE CHRISTMAS PRAYER; words & music by 
Thomas Jernigan. Sheet. Recitation. 
© Marvin R. Hardy, Country Boy Pub. 
Co. ; 5Feb70; C22697 . 

CHRYSTAL, by Thomas J. Jones. 1 v. 
A play in 6 scenes. © Thomas J. 
Jones; 5May70; DU77078. 

THE CHUMPANZEES, a street ritual by 
Oyamo, pseud, of Charles F. Gordon. 
5 1. © Charles F. Gordon; 22Jan70; 
DU76l64. 

CHUTZPAH! A new musical comedy; book, 
music & lyrics by John Marzocco & 
Charles Pascoe. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Charles H. Pascoe & John E. Marzoc- 
co; 8jun70; DU77370. 

CINDER BOX, an illusion in one act with 
marches, dances, a limerick & canzon- 
ets by L. M. Sullivan (Mary Eileen 
Sullivan), Joseph Meyer & Rebecca Red- 
Shaw. 2 v. © Mary Eileen Sullivan, 
Joseph Meyer & Rebecca Redshaw; 
15Jar70; VWTHl- 



CINDERELLA, a Christmas festival play 
by John Davidson. 1 v. Two acts. 
© John B. Davidson; 30Mar70; DU76742. 

CINDERELLA; adapted for marionettes by 
Diane Dimon Menes . 3* 1. A play in 

3 scenes. NM: dramatization. © Diane 
Dimon Menes; 26May70; DU77293 ■ 

CINDERELLA. See 

FAMOUS CHILDREN'S STORIES. 

CINDERELLA IN THE MORGUE, a filmplay by 
Ladislas Fodor. 1 v. © Ladislas 
Fodor; 6Apr70; DU76843. 

CINDERELL-O; book & lyrics with music 

by Raymond McCann. 2 v. A play in 

4 scenes. © Raymond McCann; 13Jan70; 
DUT6097 . 

THE CIRCLE, a play in eight scenes by 
Peter F. Gross. 27 1. © Peter F. 
Gross; 27Mar70; DU76723- 

CIRCLES IN CIRCLES, by Lawrence J. Man- 
ess (Laurence J. Maness) 12 1. 
A play. © Laurence J. Maness; 
31Mar70; DU76750. 

CITIZENSHIP. Chap. 3, by Jerry Clower. 
6 1. © Jerry Clower; l6Mar70; C22947. 

THE CITY AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 
See 
FIRING LINE. 123. 

THE CITY: EXILES FROM CANADA AND 
CHESTERTON. See 
SOUNDINGS. 

CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE. See 
FIRING LINE. 9. 

CIVIL LIBERTIES AND COMPUTERIZED DATA 
SYSTEMS, by Alan F. Westin, Charles 
L. Schultze & Ralph Nader. 3 v. 
(Computers, communications and the 
public interest) Three lectures. 
Appl. ti.: Civil liberty issues in 
computer data systems. © Johns Hop- 
kins Press; 9Mar70; C23124. 

CIVIL RIGHTS AND FOREIGN POLICY. See 
FIRING LINE. 23. 

THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT. See 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
Record 13. 

CIVIL WAR. See 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 

Record 6. 
THREE GREAT WARS. 

CIVILIAN REVIEW BOARD, YES OR NO. See 
FIRING LINE. 32. 

CLARA, a full length play by Jo Anne 
McKnight. 48 1. Two acts. © Jo Anne 
McKnight; 12Jun70; DU77404. 

CLASSICS SERIES. See 
FOUR MAJOR PLAYS. 

THE CLASSIC TRIANGLE; or, Pots, pans 
and pills. By Gertrude Waller. 
11 1. A play. © Gertrude Waller; 
9Mar70; DU76560. 

CLAW MAN, a play by Leon Gillen. 
102 1. © Leon Gillen; 20Jan70; 
DU76206. 

CLAY PIGEON. See 
TIM WHOSOEVER. 

CLEAN AS A WHISTLE, a farce in two acts 
by Michael Norell & Richard Lenz. 
1 v. © Richard Lenz & Michael Norell; 
24Apr70; DU76982. 

CLOISTERED IN A NICHE, a play by David 
Daniel Bellantonio. 29 1. © David 
Daniel Bellantonio; 3Mar70; DU76481. 

CLOSE, by Chas . Schwartz. 40 1. 
A screenplay. © Chas. Schwartz; 
20Feb70; DU76399. 



CLOSE CALL: HERE WE COME, READY OR 
NOT: A BASHFUL VIEW OF THINGS. By 
Barry Litvack. 24 1 . A play. 
© Barry Litvack; 10Mar70; DU76567. 

CLOUDS. See 

FOUR MAJOR PLAYS. 

THE CLOVER WAR, a play in one act by 
Ellsworth Harold Schave. 14 1. 
© Ellsworth Schave, Jr.; 6Apr70; 
DU76831. 

CLOWNS . See 

1 PAGLIACCI. 

CLUES TO CUSTOMERS (Recording scripts) 
Appl. author: Northwest Bancorpora- 
tion. © Northwest Bancorporation. 
Record 

1. New savings accounts at the drop 
of a hint. © I4jan70; C22518. 

2. Happy hunting for checking ac- 
counts. © I4jan70; C22519. 

3. Good listening leads to loans. 
© I4jan70; C22517. 

4. Detecting prospects for more bank 
services. © I4jan70; C22520. 

THE COCKROACH WHO WANTED TO GO STEADY, 
by J. I Rodale. 1st edition. 
18 p. © J. I. Rodale; 2Sep69; 
DP7203. 

COCKSURE. See 
SCHULTZ IS DEAD. 

CODE NAME-HIPPY, CODE NAME- LOLLIPOP, 
an original teleplay by Mario Con- 
corso. 22 1. © Mario Concorso; 
4Mar70; DU76489. 

CODE OF ETHICS. See 
POLICE SECRETARY. 

THE COLD WAR. See 
FIRING LINE. 116. 

COLE'S WAR; essay by William H. Cole. 

2 1. © William H. Cole; 2Apr70; 
C23054, 

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF JOHN JAY CHAPMAN: 
introd, by Melvin H. Bernstein. 
Vol. 4: Play & poems (1): The 
two philosophers; Four plays for 
children; The maid's forgiveness; 
A sausage from Bologna. Weston, 
Mass., M & S Press. 114 p. NM: 
introd. © M & S Press, Inc.; 
19Feb70; AI34755. 



COLLECTIONS POESIE. 
LES EPIPHANIES. 



See 



COLOR; written by Armand P. Schaubroeck. 
2 sheets. © Kack Klick, Inc.; 
23Mar70; C22983. 

COLORS FROM THE SATISLING, a play in 
three acts by Robert S. Ross. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 2Sep69, 
DU75245. NM: additions S: revisions. 
© Robert Stuart Ross; 22May70; 
DU77256. 

COME EASY, GO EASY, by The Barnaby 
Googe Retaliation, pseud, of 
Lee A. Perron. 1 v, A screenplay. 
© Lee Allen Perron; 5Jun70; DU77347 . 

COME GOOD SHEPHERD, a musical comedy 
in one act for boys from the ages of 
about 10-14 with story, book, lyrics 
& music by J. Adrian Verkouteren. 
1 v. © J. Adrian Verkouteren; 
12Jan70; DU76082. 

COME, LIVE WITH ME, by Ignazio Ben- 
fante Sc David Ormont. 71 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Theatrical 
Playwright Associations Corp., sole- 
ly owned by F. Dale; 13May70; 
DU77106. 

COME SWIM WITH THE PILOT FISH, a stage 
play by Kim Louis Ringwald . 89 1 • 
Three acts. © Kim Louis Ringwald; 
l6Apr70; DU76937. 



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COME TOGETHER, an original story & 
screenplay by Tony Anthony & Saul 
Swimmer. 105 1. © Heatherhill Films, 
Ltd.; 24Apr70; DU769&7. 

COMEBACK, a movie by John Byrum. 268 1. 
© John W. Byrum; 4Jun70; DU77522. 

COMEDY OF BEING IN A FECUNDATING MATRIX. 
See 
TRICKS. 

COMMERCIAL, PAUL MCGREGOR'S BEAUTY SA- 
LON; author, Grace D. McEwan. Sheet. 
© Grace D. McEwan; 2Apr70; C23063- 

COMMERCIALS FOR ORAL DELIVERY, RADIO AND 
TELEVISION. Book I, by Oliver K. 
Woodbey. 1 v. Scripts. © Oliver 
Kenneth Woodbey; 20Mar70; C22972. 

THE COMMITTEE, by Frank Donnelly 

(Francis E. Donnelly) 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Francis E. Donnelly; 
20Feb70; DU76400. 

COMMON PEOPLE, an original screenplay 
by Kim McCarney & Don Huldt (Donald 
J. Huldt, Jr.) 165 1. © Kim Myles 
McCarney & Donald J. Huldt, Jr.; 
6JU170; DU77543- 

COMMUNICATION GAP, by Linda Spiegel. 
5 1. © Linda Joan Spiegel; HFeb70; 
C22687. 

COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS. 24 1. Script 
of 60 minute cassette tape. (Cassette 
no. 101) Appl. author: American Soci- 
ety of C.L.U. © American Society of 
Chartered Life Underwriters; 17Jun70; 
C23401. 

COMMUNIST CHINA. See 
FIRING LINE. 29. 

COMMUNISTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES. See 
FIRING LINE. 18. 

COMPANY, a one act play by Ricki Behr. 
15 1. © Ricki Behr; 5May70; DU77077. 

COMPETITION IS THE NAME OF A VERY BAD 
GAME; written by Bob Catterson (Robert 
J. Catterson) & John Barringer; edited 
by Claudia Robinson. 169 1. A lec- 
ture. © Robert J. Catterson; 20Feb7O; ' 
C22880. 

COMPLETION OF THE SQUARE. 11 1. Tape 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; C23154 . 

COMPLEX NUMBERS. 6 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt . San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 13Apr70; 
C23143. 

COMPLICATED DIABETIC DIET, by Virginia 
Toews Stucky. 6 1. Script. © Vir- 
ginia Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teach- 
ing Programs; 20Mar70; C23019. 

COMPLICATIONS IN HUMAN COMMUNICATIONS. 
25 1. Script of 60 minute cassette 
tape. (Cassette no. 102) Appl. au- 
thor: American Society of C.L.U. 
© American Society of Chartered Life 
Underwriters; 17Jun70; C23^02. 

COMPOSITION IN BLACK AND BLUE, a play 
in three acts by Jules E. Tasca. 
Rev. May 1970. 90 1 . © Jules E. 
Tasca; 2Jun70; DU77334 . 

COMPLICATIONS IN THE NATIONAL DECISION- 
MAKING PROCESS; May 1*, 1970 session 
in the lecture series. By Anthony G. 
Oettinger; comments by Alain C. Enthc- 
ven & Ithiel de Sola Pool. 3 v. 
(Computers, communications and the 
public interest) © Johns Hopkins 
Press; 7Jan70; C22543. 



COMPUTERIZING THE VECTOR SPACE, a paper 
by Charles F. Fell. 1 v. © Charles 
F. Fell; 21May70; C23447. 

COMPUTERS, COMMUNICATIONS, AND THE 
PUBLIC INTEREST. See 
THE CAPACITY TO GOVERN: THE ROLE OF 
THE FCC IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF 
NATIONAL POLICY FOR COMPUTER 
COMMUNICATIONS. 
CIVIL LIBERTIES AND COMPUTERIZED DATA 
SYSTEMS. 
COMPUNICATIONS IN THE NATIONAL DECI- 
SION-MAKING PROCESS. 
DESIGNING ORGANIZATIONS FOR AN 

INFORMATION-RICH WORLD. 
EDUCATION IN THE AGE OF COMPUTERS AND 

MASS COMMUNICATION. 
LARGE TIME-SHARING NETWORKS. 
MAN AND THE MACHINE: PROSPECTS FOR THE 

HUMAN ENTERPRISE. 
PROPERTY RIGHTS UNDER THE NEW 
TECHNOLOGY. 

CONCENT DANS UN OEUF. See 
THEATRE IV. 

CONCERNING JANE; or, The fourth wish. 
By Michael Lewis. 1 v. A play. In- 
cludes lyrics for 1 song. © Michael 
Lewis; l6Mar70; DU76512. 

CONCOURSE, by Michael F. Wolf. 28 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Michael F. Wolf; 27Feb70; DU76459. 

CONDITIONING FOR YOGA. See 

SCRIPT FOR NINETY-NINE MINUTES OF 
RECORDING YOGA ALBUMS; CONDITIONING 
FOR YOGA. 

CONFESSIONS FROM UNDERGROUND, by Alex- 
andra Devon, pseud, of Saundra Dixon. 
54 1. A play in 2 acts. Adapted 
from Constance Gannett' s translation 
of Notes from underground, by Dostoy- 
evsky. © Saundra M. Dixon; 6Apr70; 
DU76783. 

CONFESSIONS OF A WITCH, a series for 
television by John demons. 1 v. 
© John Clemons; 30Mar70; DU76995- 

CONFESSIONS OF AN ADULTERESS, a drama 
by Lenora Cave; based on reflections 
of Mary Magdalene. 11 1. © Lenora W. 
Cave; 6Apr70; DU76816. 

THE CONFUSED SMITHS, a play in one act 
by Rafael Bunuel. 24 1. © Rafael 
Bunuel; 4Mar70; DU76492. 

CONFUSION IN THE HUMAN RACE AFTER THE 
FLOOD: CAUSE & EFFECT, by Katie Wells 
& Thomas Wells. 1 v. © Katie Wells 
& Thomas Wells; l8Feb70; C22829. 

CONGRESSMAN DENNEY, by James Hutten- 
maier. 2 1. Appl. ti . : 12:30 
KWBE news item, Congressman Denny. 
© James Huttenmaier & Theodore 
Britton; 19Jun70; C23410. 

CONSCIOUS AND COMMITMENT; or, Who 
murdered Florence Nightingale? A 
socio-drama in one act written by 
Susan Caghan. New York, National 
Student Nurses' Assn. 7 1. 
© Susan Caghan; 17Jun70; DP7355 . 

CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE, by Dean Severance 
& Richard Everett Upton. 199 1- 
A screenplay. © Richard Everett 
Upton & Dean Severance; l8Jun70; 
0077^46. 

CONSTRUCTION OF MATHEMATICAL SYMBOLS. 
See 
TECHNICAL TYPEWRITING. Lesson 3. 

THE CONTEST & SOMEBODY'S SON. See 
VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE. 

THE CONTRACT, a one-act play in two 
scenes by George Munk. 18 1. 
© George Munk; 23Jan70; DU76173- 



CONTRIBUTION TO RESULTS ANALYSIS: A NEW 
APPROACH TO THE ANALYSIS OF MANAGE- 
MENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS, by Charles 
I. Bartfeld. 34 1. © Charles I. 
Bartfeld; 29Jun70; C23516. 

IL CONTROLLO DELLE NASCITE, by Francesco 
Stefani. 2 1, © Degar Music; 
15Jun70; C23^3- 

COOL, CRUEL CHRISTMAS CAPER. See 
BATMAN: THE COOL, CRUEL CHRISTMAS 
CAPER. 

COOL, CRUEL MR. FREEZE. See 

BATMAN: COOL, CRUEL MR. FREEZE. 

THE COOLER, by Bruce Lehan. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Bruce Lester 
Lehan; 12Mar70; DU76587. 

COOPERATION AND CONTRIBUTION. See 
THE ART OF ENSEMBLE PLAYING. 
Program 4. 

COPPER FUTURES, by Alfa Betty 01s en & 
Joel Dobris . 112 1. A screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3Jul68, 
DU71916. NM: revision & additions. 
© Alfa Betty Olsen & Joel C. Dobris; 
l6Jan70; DU76122. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY ASCENDED MASTER, PRECIOUS LANTO, 
Dec. 31, 1966; Chicago, 111. 7 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 20Mar70; C22966. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL, Dec. 22, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 13 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20Mar70; C22957. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL, 
March 31, 1967; Chicago, Illinois. 

14 1. Recording script. Appl. 
author: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 

© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; Uun70; 
C23343 • 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ARCTURUS, Dec. 26, 1950; 
Santa Fe, N.M. 10 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20Mar70; C22956. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ASCENDED MASTER, MIGHTY 
VICTORY, Jan. 6, 1967; Chicago, 111. 

15 1. Recording script. Appl. au- 
thor: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 

© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 25May70; 
C23285 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED BLESSED GODFRE, OUR BE- 
LOVED DADDY, March 28, 1967; Chicago, 
Illinois. 15 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
Uun70; C23345 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED CASSEOPIA; Jan 15, 1950; 
Chicago, 111. 12 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 29Jun70; C23524. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED CYCLOPEA, June 30, 1950; 
Chicago, 111. 10 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20Mar70; C22954 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY, Dec. 4, 1949; Den- 
ver, Colo. 12 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
20Mar70; C22951. 



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CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Jan. 12, 1950; 
Chicago, 111. 10 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 29Jun70; C23525. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; April 13, 1950; 
Chicago, 111. 11 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 29Jun70; C23521- 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY, Oct. 21, 1951; Shas- 
ta Springs, Calif. 6 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20Mar70; C22955 ■ 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY, Feb. 12, 1952; De- 
troit, Mich. 12 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
20Mar70; C22961. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY, Oct. 3, 1966; 
Chicago, 111. 15 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 2Mar70; C22846. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY, Nov. 25, 1966; 
Chicago, 111. 8 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
2Mar70; C22839- 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY, Dec. 19, 1966; Chi- 
cago, 111. 10 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
20Mar70; C22958. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY, February 19, 1967; 
Chicago, Illinois. 15 1- Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; Uun70; C233^8. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ELOHIM, MIGHTY CYCLOPEA, 
Jan. 1, 1967; Chicago, 111. 12 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. Appl. ti. : Dicta- 
tion by mighty Cyclopea, Jan. 1, 1967, 
Chicago, 111. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 25May70; C23280. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF JUSTICE; 
Jan. 5, 1950; Chicago, 111. 11 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 29Jun70; C23520. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF LIGHT; April 
10, 1950; Chicago, 111. 9 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 29Jun70; C23523. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF MUSIC; Jan. 8, 
1950; Chicago, 111. 8 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 29Jun70; C23528. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF PURITY; Jan. 10, 
1950; Chicago, 111. 10 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 29Jun70; C23527. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GREAT DIVINE DIRECTOR, 
April 7, 1967; Chicago, Illinois. 
9 1. Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun70; C23368 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED JESUS, Dec. 17, 1951; Chi- 
cago, 111. 8 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
20Mar70; C22952. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED JESUS, Dec. 18, 1951; Chi- 
cago, 111. 8 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
20Mar70; C22953. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED K-17; Sept. 10, 1966; 
Chicago, 111 . 14 1 . Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 24Feb70; C22745 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LADY MASTER NADA, Janu- 
ary 2, 1950; Chicago, Illinois. 14 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun70; C23361 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LADY MASTER NADA, Jan. 8, 
1952; Chicago, 111. 10 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20Mar70; C22960. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LANTO, December 31, 1949; 
Chicago, Illinois. 10 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 5Jun70; C23366 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LORD MAITREYA, Dec. 28, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 14 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20Mar70; C22967. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MARY, BELOVED MOTHER OF 
JESUS, Sept. 16, 1966; Chicago, 111. 
11 1. Recording script. Appl. 
author: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 2Mar70; 
C22836. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MARY, THE MOTHBR OF JESUS, 
Dec. 24, 1966; Chicago, 111. 13 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 20Mar70; C22969. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS, March 26, 
1967; Chicago, Illinois. 2 v. Re- 
cording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; Uun70; 0233^7- 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS, May 4, 1967; 
Chicago, Illinois. 13 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 5Jun70; C23364 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER SAINT GERMAIN, 
Nov. 26, 1966; Chicago, 111. 13 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 2Mar70; C22840. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER SAINT GERMAIN, 
Dec. 18, 1966; Chicago, 111. 15 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. 6 Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 20Mar70; C22959. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER, THE ASCENDED 
JESUS CHRIST, Sept. 18, I966; 
Chicago, 111. 12 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. S Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 2Mar70; C22844 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MESSENGER NO. 1 FROM THE 
SECRET LOVE STAR, Jan. 2, 1967; Chica- 
go, 111. 12 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
25May70; C23281. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MESSENGER NO. 1 FROM THE 
SECRET LOVE STAR, Apr. 5, 1967; Chica- 
go, 111. 14 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
25May70; C23288. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY ASTREA, April 3, 
1967; Chicago, 111. 13 1- Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; Uun70; C23341. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY CHARITY, January 3, 
1950; Chicago, Illinois. 13 1. Re- 
cording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 5Jun70; C23360. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY HELIOS; Dec. 26, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 13 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20Mar70; C22965 ■ 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY HERCULES; Sept. 12, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 10 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 24Feb70; C22746 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY, May 24, 
1964; Los Angeles, Calif. 13 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 2Mar70; C22642. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY, THE TALL 
MASTER FROM VENUS, March 30, 1967; 
Chicago, Illinois. 15 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; Uun70; C23342. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED PRECIOUS DADDY; Sept. 6, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 11 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 24Feb70; C22744 . 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED QUAN YEN; Jan. 9, 1950; 
Chicago, 111. 9 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
29Jun70; C23519. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; Jan. 11, 
1950; Chicago, 111. 11 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 29Jun70; C23526. 



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CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; April 12, 
1950; Chicago, 111. 10 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 29Jun70; C23522. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN, Aug 7, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 8 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 2Mar70; C22837 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN, Sept. 17, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 14 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 2Mar70; C22838. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN, April 9, 
1967; Chicago, Illinois. 14 1. Re- 
cording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 5Jun70; C23367 • 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SANAT KUMARA, Sept. 15, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 12 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 2Mar70; C22845. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SANAT KUMARA, Dec. 29, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 11 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20Mar70; C22964 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SANAT KUMARA, April 8, 
1967; Chicago, Illinois. 11 1. Re- 
cording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 5J™70; C23359- 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SILENT WATCHER, January 4, 
1950; Chicago, Illinois. 11 1. Re- 
cording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain. 
Press, Inc.; 5Jun70; C23365 - 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SILENT WATCHER; Sept. 8, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 9 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 24Feb70; C22749. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED VICTORY, January 1, 1950; 
Chicago, Illinois. 13 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 5Jun70; C23362 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED BELOVED ASCENDED MASTER 
SAINT GERMAIN, Oct. 2, 1966; Chicago, 
111. 16 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
2Mar70; C22843- 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED BELOVED ASCENDED MASTER, 
SAINT GERMAIN, March 27, 1967; Chica- 
go, Illinois. 15 1- Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; Uun70; C23349- 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED BELOVED DAVID LLOYD, 
Jan. 4, 1967; Chicago, 111. 12 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 25May70; C23283. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED BELOVED GODDESS OF LIBERTY, 
Jan. 3, 1967; Chicago, 111. 12 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 25May70; C23282. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED ELOHIM OF PEACE; Sept. 13, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 13 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press,' Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 24Feb70; C22748 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED GODDESS OF LIGHT; Sept. 9, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 12 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 24Feb70; C22750. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED GODDESS OF PURITY; Sept . 7 , 
1966; Chicago, 111. 12 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 24Feb70; C22751- 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED HERCULES, March 29, 1967; 
Chicago, Illinois. 12 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; Uun70; C23346 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED LORD MARA CHOHAN, Dec, 30, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 11 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 25May70; C23279. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED LORD THE MAHA CHOHAN, 
May 14, 1967; Chicago, Illinois. 

12 1. Recording script. Appl. 
author: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 

© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun70; 
C23363 • 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED MIGHTY VICTORY; Sept. 5, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 11 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc . ; 24Feb70 ; C22743 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT BELOVED BEING, THE SILENT 
WATCHER, April 4, 1967; Chicago, 111. 

13 1. Recording script. Appl. 
author: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 

© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; Uun70; 
C23340 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT COSMIC ANGEL ON WHOSE CROWN 
BLAZES THE WORD UNION, April 1, 1967; 
Chicago, Illinois. 14 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; Uun70; C23344 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PEACE, Nov. 27, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 18 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 2Mar70; C22841. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PEACE, Dec. 23, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 13 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20Mar70; C22970. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PEACE, Apr. 2, 
1967; Chicago, 111. 10 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 25May70; C23287. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ASTREA, Dec. 27, 1966; Chi- 
cago, 111. 15 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
20Mar70; C22968. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED LORD MAITREYA; 
Sept. 14, 1966; Chicago, 111. 12 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 24Feb70; C22747 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BLESSED ASCENDED MASTER, 
SAINT GERMAIN, Jan. 7, 1967; Chicago, 
111. 15 1. Recording script. Appl. 
author: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 25May70; 
C23286. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BLESSED ASTREA; Sept. 11, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 13 I- Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 24Feb70; C22742 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BLESSED HERCULES, Dec. 20, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 13 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20Mar70; C22962. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BLESSED VICTORY, Dec. 21, 
1966; Chicago, 111. 10 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20Mar70; C22963. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY THE GREAT ELOHIM, ARCTURUS, Jan. 5, 
1967; Chicago, 111. 14 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 25May70; C23284 . 

THE CORRIDOR, by Tom Cusick (Thomas J. 
Cusick) & Elizabeth Donnelly. 16 1. 
A screenplay. © Thomas J. Cusick; 
26Mar70; DU76709. 

COSMO, by Robert William Hodge. 120 1. 
Screenplay. © Robert William Hodge; 
8jun70; DU77369. 

COUNT ON ME; playett written by Martha 
Jackson. 3 1. © Martha Jackson; 
17Apr70; C23120. 

COUNTRY MUSIC LAUGH-OUT, by Tom Perry- 
man. 4 1. Recording script. © Mary 
Reeves, Inc.; l8jun70; C23404 . 

THE COUNTRY PARSON, by Frederick Feir- 
stein. 1 v. A musical play in 3 
acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Masquerade, 
3Mar69, DU73696. NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Frederick Feirstein; 
9Jun70; DU77357. 

COUNTRY SONGS; words and music by Rich- 
ard W. Vickers. 2 1. © Richard W. 
Vickers; 23Dec69; C22498. 

COUNTY FAIR, an entertainment documen- 
tary written by Chet Hagan (Chester E. 
Hagan) 15 1. © Colin Group, Inc.; 
22Apr70; C23224 . 

THE COURT MARTIAL OF BILLY BUDD, by 
Herman Melville; a play in one act 
by James M. Salem. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. '+3 p. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 15Jan67 (in notice: 1969); 
DP7237. 

COURT OF THE INNOCENTS, by D. H. Nardu, 
pseud, of David Hicks. 47 1. 
A play in 1 act. © David Hicks; 
l4Apr70; DU76914. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



CRADLE ROLL/NURSERY FILMSTRIP. See 
A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM. 
THE CRAFT OF DRAMA, by Crosby E. Redman; 
Emery C. Mollenhauer, consultant. 
Rev. ed. Macmillan. 522 p. (The 
Pageant of literature) Appl. author: 
Macmillan Co. © Macmillan Co.; 
5Jan70; A127927 . 

CREATING PLAYS WITH CHILDREN, by Sandra 
Sanders. New York, Scholastic 
Book Services. 95 p. (TX1548) 
© Scholastic Magazines, Inc.; 
15Jan70; AI22628. 

THE CREATION SCRIPT, a pageant with mus- 
ic & dance by Edward Hyland Reardon. 
20 1. Taken from Genesis, chap . 1-4 . 
Book only. © Edward Hyland Reardon; 
JlMar70; DU76754 ■ 

THE CREDIBILITY GAP; selected sketches 
from a daily radio series by Richard 
Beebe & others. 6 v. Contents: Mardi 
Gras . --F-314 ■ --Romance of Martha Mit- 
chell, episode four. — Nixon and Johnny 
Cash. — Damitol. — Fat Freddy Foon. 
© Richard Beebe, David L. Lander & 
Harry Shearer; Uun70; C23273. 

CREDIT TRAINING SYSTEM AT NEW ENGLAND 
MERCHANTS. 1 v. A recording script. 
Appl. author: New England Merchants 
National Bank of Boston. © New Eng- 
land Merchants National Bank of Bos- 
ton; l4May70; C23247- 

CREON AND ANTIGONE, a three act play 
by Richard Owens, pseud, of Richard 
V. Jones. 1 v. © Richard Owens; 
l6Jun70; DU77427 • 

THE CREW OF THE GAR; screenplay by 

Peter Thayer. 32 1. © Peter Thayer; 
28Apr70; DU77284 . 

CRIME AND TRIAL OF MURIEL SNYDER AMD 
MARTIN JUDD. See 
MOMSIE AND THE MIDNIGHT BRIDE. 

CRIMINALS AND THE SUPREME COURT. See 
FIRING LINE. 33- 

CRISS-CROSSING AND WATERCOLOR; two 

plays by Philip Magdalany. Dramatists 
Play Service. 54 p. Appl. states 
Criss-crossing prev. reg. 6Jun69, 
DU74483 & Watercolor prev. reg. 
2Jan70, DU76020 . NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Philip Magdalany; 26May70; 
DP7334 • 

A CRITERIA FOR MODERN MONEY MANAGEMENT, 
by R. Pierce Graves. 31 1. © Ralph 
Pierce Graves; 31Mar70; C23048. 

A CRITICAL EDITION OF MUCEDORUS, by 

Norman Paul Boyer. Ann Arbor, Univer- 
sity Microfilms Library Services. 
Microfilm. (Doctoral dissertation 
series) © Norman Paul Boyer; 29May70; 
A 157 990. 

LE CROCODILE; comedie gaie en trois 
actes de Francois Campaux. 157 !■ 
© Francois Campaux; 27Apr70; DU76997. 

CROSS COUNTRY BY DEAD RECKONING, 
PT.1-8. See 
LETS' S FLY WITH BOB BOURGEAULT. 



CROSS-WALK, a play with music in one 
act; book & lyrics by Patricia V. 
Schneider, music by A. Louis Born. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 26 p. 
Book & lyrics only. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 13Nov69; DP7215. 

CROSSED LETTERS, by Bill Moore (Wilbert 
Moore) 1 v. A screenplay in 7 
scenes. ©Wilbert Moore; 26Fet>70; 
DU76449. 



CROSSING THE RUBICON, by Ken Popper. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Ken 
Popper; 5May70; DU77075. 

THE CROSSPATCH, a west Texas farce by 
Larry Randolph; suggested by Anton 
Chekhov's The boor. 24 1. © Larry 
Randolph; 26Feb70; DU76445 . 
CROSSWORDS, a play in one act by Frank 
Rizzo (Francis Jude Rizzo) 18 1. 
© Francis Jude Rizzo; 31Mar70; 
DU76758. 

CROWN HIM WITH GLORY, a narration by 
Jean Hinkle . 7 1. © Jean Hinkle; 
5Feb70; C22728. 

CROWN OF NETTLES, a play by Isabel 
Leighton & Bertram Bloch. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Isabel Leighton & Bertram 
Bloch; 20Apr70; DU76964 . 

CRY, APRIL, CRY, by Russell L. Lake. 
132 1. A play in 3 acts. © Russell 
*L. Lake; 28May70; DU77301 . 

CRY CADENCE, a play in 3 acts by James 
B. Osborne. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 24Apr63, DU57558. NM: revisions. 
© James B. Osborne; 19Jan70; DU76225. 

CRY FOR HELP, by Gerald J. LePage . 
4l 1. A screenplay. © Gerald J. 
LePage; 12Feb70; DU76330. 

CRY FULL, WHISPER EMPTY; screenplay by 
Sylvester E. Stallone. l6l 1. © Syl- 
vester E. Stallone; 19May70; DU77221. 

CRYSTAL AND FOX AND THE MUNDY SCHEME, 
by Brian Friel . New York, Farrar, 
Straus & Giroux. 316 p. Two plays. 
Appl. states Mundy scheme prev. reg. 
6Feb70, DU76349 & 5Jan70, BB37108. 
NM- revisions. © Brian Friel; 
l6Mar70; DP7341. 

CUM LAUDE FRAUD, an original story & 
screenplay by Patrick Mulcahy. 89 1. 
© Patrick D. Mulcahy; 6Dec69; DP7273. 

CUMPLI MI SENTENCIA. Argumento, can- 
ciones letra y musica de Manuel D. 
Nunez. 38 1. A play. Book only. 
© Manuel D. Nunez; l8May70; DU77205 . 

LA CURANDERA, pilot script for a TV 
series by John E. C. Taylor. 1 v. 
(Give a damn) Two acts. © John E. C. 
Taylor; 12Jan70; DU76540 . 

CUT THE BOY DOWN; written by Armand P. 
Schaubroeck. 2 sheets. © Kack Klick, 
Inc.; 23Mar70; C22976. 

CYNTHIA AND HERBERT, by Lillian Hara. 
11 1. A play. © Lillian Hara; 
19May70; DU77218. 

CZYSRCK, a comic satire for television 
by Verna Tomasson. 38 1. © Verna 
Tomasson; 19May70; DU77213- 



D 



D-D-D-D-DRACULA; or, I don't "drink wine. 
A musical comedy in 2 acts; book by 
Bill Majeski, music by Nick Aquaviva 
& Manny Banks. 1 v. Book only. 
© Bill Majeski; 13Apr70; DU76888. 

DACE, a screenplay by Rick Gentry 
(Herbert Richard Gentry, Jr.) & 
George W. Brown. 49 1. © Herbert R. 
Gentry, Jr. & George W. Brown; 
20May70; DU77236. 

DAD, YOU AREN'T LISTENING. See 
WHEN. 

DADDY, by Earl McCarroll; a new version 
of The father, by August Strindberg. 
48 1. © Earl McCarroll; 23Jan70; 
DU76209. 



DAD'S OLD FLAME; one z by 

Jettie J. Anderson. 14 1. 
© Jettie Jessie Anderson; 17Mar70; 
DU76659. 

LA DAME DE CHEZ MAXIM (The lady from 
Maxim's) By Georges Feydeau; trans- 
lated by Catherine M. Pereblnossoff i 
Mierre. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 17Feb70. 
revisions. © Catherine M. Pereblnos- 
soff & Mierre; 17Mar70; DU767J3. 

DAME DE CHEZ MAXIM. See 
THE WOMAN FROM MAXIM'S-. 

DAME KOBOLD; Kombdie in drei Akten von 
Calderon de la Barca; neu ins 
Deutsche Ubertragen von H. C. Artmann. 
[Austria] Universal Edition. 129 P- 
NM: German translation. © Universal 
Edition, A.G.; l4Nov69; DFO-1721. 

DAMITOL. See 

THE CREDIBILITY GAP. 

DAN FODIO (Ajagun onibanute) (The un- 
happy warrior) Music & dance drama 
in 3 acts; music & libretto by 
J. Ingram Fox. 3 v. © J. Ingram 
Fox; lMay70; DU77074. 

THE DANCE OF THE GOLDEN CALF. See 
PORTRAIT WITH THREE PROFILES. 

DANCE OF THE LEMMINGS; original screen- 
play by Aristides Pappidas (Arthur 
Pappidas) 50 1. © Arthur Pappidas; 
l4Apr70; DU76918. 

DANCOURT'S LE CHEVALIER A LA MODE: A 
CRITICAL EDITION AND A COMMENTARY ON 
THE PLAY, by Giedra Jonynas Troncone. 
Ann Arbor, University Microfilms . 
Microfilm. (Doctoral disseration 
series) French. © Giedra Jonynas 
Troncone; 27Feb70; A 142017 . 

THE DANGLING MAN, a screenplay by 
Julius Tannenbaum; based on the 
novella by B. W. Garfield. 
1st draft. 116 1. © Julius Tannen- 
baum; l6jan70; DU76123. 

DANIEL: AN ORATORIO FOR MIXED CHORUS 
AND ORCHESTRA, CHILDREN'S CHORUS, 
BARITONE SOLOIST AND NARRATOR, THE 
TEXT TAKEN FROM THE OLD TESTAMENT 
BOOK OF DANIEL AND PSALM ONE, by 
Richard Alan Lamb. Vol. 1-2. 
Ann Arbor, University Microfilms. 
Microfilm. (Doctoral disseration 
series) © Richard Alan Lamb; 
31Mar70; DP7307 • 

DANNY DUNN AND THE HOMEWORK MACHINE, a 
musical in two acts for children; 
book, music and lyrics by Julie Man- 
del. Based on the work of the same 
title by Jay Williams & Raymond 
Abrashkin. 25 1. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 20Nov68, 
EU86042. © Julie Mandel; HDec69; 
DU76030. 

DANS LES JARDINS DU LUXEMBOURG. See 

ALICE & DANS LES JARDINS DU LUXEMBOURG. 

DANTE AND MACHIAVELLI : POLITICAL IDEAL- 
ISM AND POLITICAL REALISM; talk de- 
livered to the Italian Historical 
Society, by Anne Paolucci. 19 1. 
© Anne Paolucci; Uun70; C23322 . 

THE DARK NIGHT, by Mildred Murphy (Mil- 
dred Murphy Pond) 19 1- A play. 
© Mildred Murphy; 13May70; DU77175- 

DARLING, THERE'S SOMETHING I DIDN'T TELL 
YOU, a comedy by George Rubino. 
124 1. Three acts. © George Rubino; 
26Feb70; DU76443. 



A DATA CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM, by Joe W. 
Dollar. 9 1. © Joe W. Dollar; 
Uun70; C23262. 



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15 



DATA SYSTEMS NEWSTAPE. Scripts. Appl. 
author: United Business Publications, 
Inc. © Media Horizons, Inc. 
v.l, no. 

1. Jan. 5, 1970. © 6Feb70; C22676. 

2. Jan. 12, 1970. © l6Apr70; 
C25105 . 

3. Jan. 19, 1970. © 6Feb70; 
C22677 . 

4. Jan. 26, 1970. © 6Feb70; 
C22678. 

5. Feb. 2, 1970. © 9Feb70; 
C22679. 

6. Feb. 9, 1970. © 26Feb70; 
C22823 . 

7. Feb. 16, 1970. © HMar70; 
C22927 . 

8. Feb. 23, 1970. © HMar70; 
C22928. 

9. Mar. 2, 1970. © 21Apr70; 
C23195- 

10. Mar. 9, 1970. © 21Apr70; 
C23194. 

11. Mar. 16, 1970. © 21Apr70; 
C2J196. 

12. Mar. 23, 1970. © 20Apr70; 
C23180. 

13. Mar. 30, 1970. © 20Apr70; 
C23181. 

14. Apr. 6, 1970. © 20Apr70; 
C23182. 

15. Apr. 13, 1970. © 24Apr70; 
C23203 . 

16. Apr. 20, 1970. © 24Apr70; 
C23202. 

DAVID AND SYLVIA a romance in five 
scenes by Mark Van Doren. 101 1. 
© Mark Van Doren; 2Feb70; DU76265. 

DAVID COPPERFIELD, a play in three 
acts by Eric Jones-Evans; based on 
Charles Dickens's famous novel. 
Southampton, Eng., G. F. Wilson. 
88 p. © Eric Jones-Evans; 29Dec67; 
DF2037 . 

DAVID OF PANAMA. See 
MIDDLE AMERICA. 

DAWN, DAYLIGHT, DUSK AND DARK, by 
Francine L. Trevens . 1 v. A play 
in 4 acts. © Francine L. Trevens; 
l6Jun70; DU77424. 

DAWN OF DRAKE, a four act play in six- 
teen scenes by Rix D. Perkins. 28 1. 
© Rix D. Perkins; 22Jan70; DU76l6l. 

DAWN SONG, a play in two acts by Peter 
Barton. 1 v. © Peter Barton; 
20Apr70; DU76959. 

DAWNINGS OF AWARENESS, THE 60' s, a 
collection of one act plays by 
T. Frank Gutswa. 1 v. Seven plays. 
© T. Frank Gutswa; 28Apr70; DU77005. 

A DAY AT THE BEAUTY SHOP; original story 
& screenplay by Gloria Carollo. 30 1. 
© Gloria Carollo; 2Jul70; DU77523- 

THE DAY THE PLOTTYPO DANCED, by Jack 
Stokes. 91 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Jack Tilden Stokes; llMay70; 
DU77124. 



THE DAY THE TV BROKE DOWN. 
TRIPLE-PLAY. 



See 



THE DAY THE TOILETS WERE SHUT OFF, £ 
play in one act by Ann Rosenberg. 
14 1. © Ann Rosenberg; 19Jan70; 
DU76134. 



DAYBREAK, a biblical drama for Easter 
by Dorothy Wills Jenks & Mildred L. 
Wills. Kansas City, Mo., Lillenas 
Pub. Co. 16 p. Four scenes. 
© Lillenas Pub. Co., a registered 
trade name of the Nazarene Pub. 
House; 2Jan70; DP7305- 



DEAR LOVE, by Jerome Kilty; from the 
letters of Elizabeth Barrett and 
Robert Browning. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Jerome Kilty; 7Apr70; 
DU76837. 

DEAR MORPHEUS, by H. Jack. Bates, pseud, 
of Harold 0. Jackson. 1 v. A play 
in 9 scenes. © H. Jack. Bates; 
13Apr70; DU76930. 

DEAR VICTORIA PHELPS, a play with music; 
book & lyrics by Ben Perry. 145 1. 
Two acts. Book & lyrics only. © Ben 
Perry; 2Apr70; DU76730. 

DEATH. See 

MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY: SITUATIONS 
CAUSING PROBLEMS IN FAMILY 
LIVING. 3- 

DEATH FOR THE BISHOP, a half-hour tele- 
vision play by Ewald E. Haeusser. 
33 1. © Ewald E. Haeusser; 26jan70; 
DU76183. 

DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON. See 
JALEO . 

THE DEATH OF KARNA. See 
ON THRONES OF GOLD. 

DEATH WIRE, an original screenplay by 
Terry Curtis Fox. 118 1. © Terry 
C. Fox; lMay70; DU77046. 

DEATH'S BALLOON, by D. Must. 126 1. 
A play. © Dennis Must; 26jun70; 
DU77552. 

DEATH'S WAIT, by Eron Tabor. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Eron Tabor; 
l8Mar70; DU76635 . 

DEBUT, a theatrical occurrence in two 
halves by Michael Sullivan. 13 1. 
© Michael Sullivan; 22Jun70; DU77483. 

THE DECLINE OF ANTI-COMMUNISM. See 
FIRING LINE. 62. 

DEFECTOR, by Hal Lindahl (Harold Earl 
Lindahl) 20 1. Screenplay. © Harold 
Earl Lindahl; 12Jun70; DU77380. 

THE DEMAND FOR SELF-DETERMINATION: CAN 
IT BE USED TO GET THE WORK DONE? 
A paper by Herbert G. Wilcox. 16 1. 
© Herbert G. Wilcox; 13May70; 
C23510. 

THE DENTIST, by Paul B. Lichtman . 

12 1. A monolog. © Paul B. Lichtman; 
15May70; C23249- 

DEPARTURE, a film by Ric Gentry & Joe 
DeSario (Joseph P, DeSario) 32 1. 
© Joe DeSario & Ric Gentry; 19May70; 
DU77216. 

THE DERELICTS; original story & screen- 
play by Violet E. Jackson. 30 1. 
© Violet E. Jackson; 24Apr70; DU76981. 

DESCARTES. See 

SERIES A. Lecture 8. 

DESIGN FOR AN AUTOMATIC DISTRIBUTION 
SUBSTATION PLANNING PROGRAM, by Enver 
Masud. 1 v. © Enver Masud; 8jan70; 
C23102. 

A DESIGN FOR PROMOTIONAL EFFORTS, by 
Mary Elizabeth Archibald. Lecture 1: 
General welfare as promoted by 
earnest students. 7 1. © M. Eliza- 
beth Archibald; 21May70; C2326I. 

DESIGNING ORGANIZATIONS FOR AN INFORMA- 
TION-RICH WORLD; October 9, 1969 ses- 
sion in the lecture series. By Her- 
bert A. Simon; comments by Martin Shu- 
bik & Karl Deutsch. 3 v. (Computers, 
communications and the public inte- 
rest) © Johns Hopkins Press; 7Jan70; 
C22546. 



DESPERATE NIGHTS AT A POKER GAME. See 
THE MIRROR. 

DETECTING PROSPECTS FOR MORE BANK 
SERVICES. See 
CLUES TO CUSTOMERS. Record 4. 

DETERMINANTS BY THE USE OF MINORS . 
21 1. Tape script. Appl. author: 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 13Apr70; C23135 • 

DEUX OPERAS PANIQUES, by Arrabal. Ars 
amandi; Dieu tente par les mathemati- 
ques. [Paris] C. Bourgois Editeur. 
189 p. (Theatre VIII) © Christian 
Bourgois; 15Feb70; DFO-1735- 

DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER. See 
SCRATCH. 

THE DEVIL MADE ME BUY THIS DRESS, by 
Flip Wilson (Clerow Wilson) 1 v. 
Monologs. © Clerow Wilson; 29Jan70; 
C22575 . 

DIABETES: HAND NEUROPATHIES AS CLUES. 

HAND NEUROPATHY AS DIAGNOSTIC CLUE 
TO DIABETES. 

DIAGNOSTIC CLUES IN HOARSENESS. 1 v. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Up- 
john Co. © Upjohn Co.; 25Feb70; 
C22816. 

THE DIAL TONE, a play in one act by 
C. C. Woock. 27 1. © Clare C. 
Woock; 26jan70; DUT6189. 

DIALING FOR DOLLARS. 4 1. Radio 

script. Appl. author: Newhoff-Blum- 
berg, Inc. Appl. ti.: Dialing for 
dollars 15 minute radio script. 
© Newhoff-Blumberg, Inc.; I4jan70; 
C225 15 . 

DIALOGUE ON FAMILY PLANNING, in verse 

by Kay Nygaard, pseud, of Catherine 

Clark. 1 v. 2 parts. © Catherine 

Clark; 27Mar70; DU76810. 

DIARY OF ANAIS NIN. See 

ANAIS: THE VOICE OF A WOMAN. 

DIAS SIN HORAS; guion cinema tografico 
basado en un argumento original de 
Aramis Alvarez y Rene Valdivia. 
36 1. © Aramis Alvarez & Rene 
Valdivia; 3Sep68; DU76719. 

DICK WHITTINGTON, an operetta; book, 
music & lyrics by Florence Jarratt . 
Chicago, Fad Productions. 1 v. Two 
acts. Book only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 17Mar69, DU73798. © Florence 
Jarratt; lDec69; DP7246 . 

DIEU TENTE PAR LES MATHEMATIQUES . See 
DEUX OPERAS PANIQUES. 

DIFFERENT STROKES FOR DIFFERENT FOLKS, 
a one act play by Philip Paul Plant. 
19 1. © Philip Paul Plant; 9Apr70; 
DU7686I. 



DILEMMAS IN AMERICAN SOCIETY. 
THE NOBLE LIE. 



See 



DINANABOLELE, a play by Daniel P. 

Kunene. 169 1- Five acts. © Daniel 
P. Kunene; 19Jun70; DU77505 ■ 

DIONYSISCHE TRILOGIE; Dramen by Kurt 
Becsi. Wein, Bergland. 325 p. 
Contents: Keine Gnade fur Mark Anton. 
— Faust in Moskau. — Der Morder Gottes . 
© Bergland Verlag; 17Dec69; DFO-1739- 

THE DIRTIEST SHOW IN TOWN, a documentary 
on the destructive effects of air, 
water & mind pollution in New York, 
not to mention the Village Voice, by 
Tom Eyen. 1 v. © Tom Eyen; Uun70; 
DU77318. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



DIRTY LITTLE BILLY, by Charles Moss & 
Stan Dragoti. 323 1. A screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. © WRG/Drago- 
tl, Ltd.; 12Mar70; DU76596. 

DIRTYMOUTH. See 

A TOUGH GIG - DIRTYMOUTH. 

THE DISINTEGRATION OP DELLA LONGSTREET, 
a sexual thriller by Norman Belm. 
86 1. A play. © Norman Belm; 
19Jun70; DU77449. 

DISOBEDIENT PROPHET. See 

JONAH, THE DISOBEDIENT PROPHET. 

THE DISPATCHER, a two act play by Paul 
Rowe. 97 1. © Paul George Rowe; 
10Feb70; DU76318- 

THE DIVINE TRAGEDY; or, Paradise, 
Purgatory and Pentagon. A fantasy 
In 3 acts by Mary Julia Karoly. 
1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l4jul69, DU?4852. NM: editorial re- 
vision & additional text. © Mary 
Julia Karoly; 8May70; DU77073- 

DIVORCE. See 

MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY: SITUATIONS 
CAUSING PROBLEMS IN FAMILY 
LIVING. 2. 

DO IT IN THE SEWER, an original screen- 
play by Michael W. Stewart. 78 1. 
© Michael William Stewart; 26jan70; 
DU76190. 

DO IT YOURSELF, a new musical comedy; 
music by Alfred Heller; book & lyrics 
by Lissy (Alice Jones Heller) & Alfred 
Heller. Based rather freely on The 
imaginary invalid of Moliere. 2 v. 
Two acts. © Alfred Heller & Lissy 
Heller; 12Mar70; DU76729. 

DO LIBERALS MAKE GOOD REPUBLICANS. See 
FIRING LINE. 27. 

DO THE STATES HAVE A CHANCE. See 
FIRING LINE. 46. 

DO UNTO OTHERS, a pilot script for a 
dramatic series written for tele- 
vision by Donald J. Costello. 
Episode no.l: A change of scene. 
1 v. © Donald J. Costello; 2Apr70; 
DU76812. 

DO WE HAVE ANYTHING TO FEAR FROM 
SOCIALISM. See 
FIRING LINE. 52. 

DO YOU LIKE ME? SAY YOU LIKE ME, a play 
in one act by Frank Rizzo (Francis 
Jude Rizzo) 15 1. © Francis Jude 
Rizzo; 31Mar70; DU76757- 

A DOCTOR ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT 
DRUGS, by Bernard V. Dryer. 17 1. 
Appl. author: Media Medica, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Media Medica, 
Inc.; l4Apr70; C23098. 

DR. FISH. See 

THE CHINESE AND DR. FISH. 

DR. GALLEY, by Conrad Bromberg. 31 1- 
A play. © Conrad Bromberg; 24Nov69; 
DU76031. 



DOCTOR GALLEY. 
TRANSFERS . 



See 



THE DOCTOR GOES A.P.E. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no.l. 

THE DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF, by 

Moliere, pseud.; translated by Dennis 
E. Noble. 49 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Dennis E. Noble; 28Apr70; DU77360. 

DR. MAXWELL MALTZ TALKS ABOUT PSYCHO- 
CYBERNETICS . See 

THE BEST OF AMERICAN SALESMASTERS . 
v.3, side 1, unit 3- 



DOCTORAL DISSERTATION SERIES. See 
THREE PLAYS. 

THE DODO TREE, a two act play by 
William Poleri. 115 1. © William 
F. Poleri; l4Apr70; DU76913. 

DOES SCIENCE EMERGE SUPREME. See 

FIRING LINE. 127. 
DOES TV DECIDE WHO RUNS AMERICA. See 
FIRING LINE. 122. 

DOGGIE IN THE BRIG, a play by William 
R. Craig. 71 1. Three acts. 
© William R. Craig; 4Feb70; DU76275 ■ 

THE DOGS OF MANHATTAN, a treatment for 
a film; producer, William Gaddis. 
12 1. © William Lewis Gaddis, Jr.; 
29Jun70; DU77459- 

THE DOGS; OR, THE PARIS COMEDY AND TOO 
OTHER PLAYS: CHRIS SICK; OR HAPPY 
NEW YEAR ANYWAY, MAKING MONEY, AND 
NINETEEN OTHER VERY SHORT PLAYS. 
By William Saroyan, 1st ed. New 
York_, Phaedra. 238 p. Appl. ti.: 
Three new dramatic works & 20 other 
short plays. © William Saroyan; 
15Feb70 (in notice: 1969) ; DP729^- 

DOING SCIENCE. See 

EARTH SCIENCE LESSON 1, KNOWING 
ROCKS . 

ELECTRICITY LESSONS 1-4. 

MACHINES LESSON 1, LIFTING WITH 

LEVERS. 
MAGNETISM LESSONS 1-4. 

MEASUREMENT; MEASURING WITH CENTI- 
METERS & MEASURING LENGTH IN INCHES. 



DOING THINGS FOR YOURSELF. 
GETTING ALONG IN SCHOOL. 



See 



THE DOLL, a drama by W. Edwin Ver Becke . 
83 1. Four scenes. © W. Edwin Ver 
Becke; 31Mar70; DU76980. 

DOLLS ALIVE! A musical dramatization 
produced for International Paper Co. 
by Muller Jordan Herrick, Inc.; words 
& music by Skip Redwine. 9 v. Two 
scenes. © International Paper Co.; 
5Jan70; DU76907. 

DON QUIJOTE, by Ella-Mae Brainard. 
1 v. A play. NM: translation & 
adaptation. © Ella-Mae Brainard; 
6Mar70; DU76518. 

DON'T ASK ME WHY, a comedy by J . H. 
Altman. 95 1. Three acts. 
© J. H. Altman; 9Mar70; DU76564. 

DON'T -GO OUT, THE WORLD IS DARK; screen- 
play by Don Victor. 118 1. 
© Don Victor; l6Apr70; DU76938. 

DON'T KISS THE DRAGON, a comedy by Lar- 
ry Swansen (Lawrence T. Swanson) 1 v. 
Three acts. © Larry Swansen; 13Apr70; 
DU76899- 

DON'T LAUGH, IT'S NOT FUNNY, a comedy 
with music by Mona Crawford. 104 1. 
Two acts. Book only. © Mona Craw- 
ford; llMax70; DU76575- 

DON'T RAIN ON MY PARADE. See 
WHERE'S LAURIE. 

DOONALEE, a musical; music by Tony 
McNeive, script & lyrics by Vivian 
McNeive (Vivian McNeive Mayne) 1 v. 
Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Vivian McNeive; 8Jun70; DU77306 . 

DOOR & GUN, by Lenore Blumenfeld. 
Downers Grove, 111., Contemporary 
Drama Service. 10 p. Appl. author: 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc., employer for 
hire. © Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 
9Jan70; DP7261. 



THE DOOR IS OPEN, a play In two scenes 
by Arthur Gregor. 18 I . "r.ur 
Gregor; 26Feb70; DU76446. 

DOOR OF FEAR, by Robert J. Flaherty & 
Dorothy A. Flaherty. 1 v. A screen- 
play. © Robert J. Flaherty & Dorothy 
A.Flaherty; 3Mar70; DU76483. 

D0R0TE0 In two acts, by Federico S. In- 
clan; English version by Jose Zambra- 
no. 24 1. I Federico S. Inclan; 
5Dec69; DU76038. 

DOWN IN THE MEADOW, by Linda Sisneros. 
3 1. © Linda Sisneros; 2Jan70; 
C22485. 

DRACULA, adapted for the stage by 

Ronald Gural S: William Shepard. 1 v. 
Three acts . An original adaptation 
of the Bram Stoker novel. © William 
Thomas Shepard & Ronald A. Gural; 
19Jan70; DU76133- 

DRACULA (Dracula, minister of Satan) 
A new version adapted for the stage 
by Raymond 0. Wagner; from the 
novel by Bram Stoker. 38 1. Three 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
1966, DU67059. NM: revisions. 
© Raymond 0. Wagner; 22Jun70; DU77471 . 

DRACULA SUCKS! or, Fangs ain't what 
they used to be. By Jerry E. Wheeler. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Jerry B. 
Wheeler; 8May70; DU77095- 

DRAMATICO-MUSICAL COMPOSITION ON JINGLE 
BELLS; written expressly for the 
Lawrence Welk Show by Everett V. & 
Martha F. Ballard. 1 v. © Everett V. 
& Martha F. Ballard; 30Apr70; DU77040. 

DRAMATIZE YOURSELF, USE THE TECHNIQUES 
OF THE STARS, by Renie Conley. 
25 1. © Renie B. Conley; 19May70; 
C23251. 

DRAMMATIC GRAMMATICA, by Robert Kenney 
& John Stasey. 4 1. A play. 
©Robert E. Kenney; 6May70; DU77084. 

DRAWING SYMBOLS AND NOTES. See 

UNDERSTANDING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS: 
PRINT READING. Program 4. 

THE DREADED HONG KONG SNEEZE. See 
LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 26. 

THE DREAM AWAKE, by Owen Dodson. 38 1. 
Narrative. © Spoken Arts, Inc.; 
30Mar70; DU76772. 

A DREAM COME TRUE, a comedy in two acts 
by Frank Di Cicco. 55 I- A play. 
© Frank J. Di Cicco, Jr.; 13May70; 
DU77168. 

A DREAM COMEDY: JOHN HENRY MASON; in 
one act & three scenes by C. B. 
Howard. 11 1. © Victoria W. Howard; 
21May70; 011772^5 • 

THE DREAM ENGINE, a rock musical; book, 
music & lyrics by Jim Steinman. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Jim Steinman; 4Aug69; 
DU76815 . 

THE DREAM FACTORY, a play with music by 
Doris Merker Kohn. 1 v. © Doris Mer- 
ker Kohn; HMay70; DU77132. 



DREAM PRINCESS; book & lyrics by Daniel 
Halford & Robert Cunningham, music by 
Daniel Halford. 48 1. A play in 2 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Daniel 
Thomas Halford & Robert Dale Cunning- 
ham; 27Mar70; DU76684 . 

DREIMAL NEIN; Lustspiel en sechs Bilder; 
Autor, Otto Griinwald (Otto Gruenwald) 
100 1. © Otto Gruenwald; 3Mar70; 
DU76478. 



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1970 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



17 



DREYFUS PORTABLE SALES SEMINAR. 
1 v. each. Tape scripts. Appl. 
author: Dreyfus Sales Corp. © Dreyfus 
Sales Corp. 
Tape no. 

1. © 28May70; C233U- 

2. © 28May70; C23312. 

THE DROP-IN; original screenplay & 
story by Tata Bosboom (Florence 
Bosboom) 123 1- © Tata Bosboom; 
27Apr70; DU77015- 

THE DROPOUT, an original screenplay by 
Louis Cafiero. 126 1. © Louis 
Cafiero; 27Apr70; DU77010. 

THE DUCHESS OF MONTEITH, by Marv Cante- 
lon (Marvin Donald Cantelon) 60 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Marvin Donald 
Cantelon; l8May70; DU77210. 

DULCIE R, & MICHAIL L. , a screenplay by 
C. H. Leckner, 70 1. © C. H. 
Leckner; 20Apr70; DU76953. 

THE DUPLIN STORY, an historical play 
with music by Sam Byrd. 119 1. 
Two acts. Book only. © Duplin 
County Historical Society; 2Feb70; 
DU77224. 

DURING THE SECOND FRANK SINATRA WAR; 
two act comedy by Jason Godfrey. 
138 1. © Jason Godfrey; 29Jun70; 
DU77560. 

THE DYMAXION CLASSROOM: THE WORLD GAME, 
by Thomas Brous sard Turne r . 23 . 1 . 
© Thomas Broussard Turner; l6Apr70; 
C23451. 

DYNAMIC MOTIVATION, by Harry Ginner. 
20 1. Recording script. © Dynamic 
Motivation Institute; 29Jan70; 
C22568. 

DYNAMIC VOICE FOR BOYS, by Thomas J. 
Boyle. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Thomas J. Boyle; 5May70; C23215- 



E 



EACH DAY I SING, by Toni Zappa (Antoin- 
ette Joan Zappa Amato) Script no.l: 
Baby mine. 17 1. A play. Includes 
lyrics to 1 song. © Antoinette Joan 
Zappa Amato; 15Apr70; DU77268 . 

EARLY AFRICA, LIFE IN GHANA. See 
EARLY CIVILIZATIONS OF THE NON- 
WESTERN WORLD. 

EARLY AFRICA: MANSA MUSA, RULER OF 
MALI . See 

EAELY CIVILIZATIONS OF THE NON- 
WESTERN WORLD. 

EARLY CIVILIZATIONS OF THE NON-WESTERN 
WORLD. 10 v. Filmstrip scripts. 
Contents: production 42-38—42-47: 
Life in the Indus Valley. — Ancient In- 
dia; Asoka, leader of a golden age.-- 
Ancient China, life in the Yellow Riv- 
er Valley .--Ancient China, Shib-Huang- 
Ti . --Early Japan, life in Kyoto. --Ear- 
ly Japan: Yoritomo, first shogun.-- 
Early Africa, life in Ghana. --Early 
Africa: Mansa Musa, ruler of Mali.-- 
Life in the Mayan Empire, 300 A.D. — 
Life in the Inca Empire. Appl. au- 
thor: Hanna-Barbera Productions. 
© Look/Listen & Learn, a subsidiary 
of Audio Visual International Corp.; 
30Mar70; C23045 . 

THE EARLY DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE OF HEC- 
TOR GUIMARD, 1892-1902, by F. Lanier 
Graham. 29 1. Slide lecture. 
© F. Lanier Graham; 12Nov69; C22524. 

EARLY JAPAN, LIFE IN KYOTO. See 
EAKLY CIVILIZATIONS OF THE NON- 
WESTERN WORLD. 



EARLY JAPAN: YORITOMO, FIRST SHOGUN. 
See 

EARLY CIVILIZATIONS OF THE NON- 
WESTERN WORLD. 

EARLY SALEM, NEW HAMPSHIRE; compiled 
& edited by Vivian Sutherland Lord. 
1 v. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Vivian Sutherland Lord; 26May70; 
C23255- 

THE EARTH IS A STAR, a play by Jason 
Miller, pseud, of Thomas Miller. 
1 v. Two acts. © Jason Miller; 
24Nov69; DUT6IO5. 

EARTH SCIENCE LESSON 1, KNOWING ROCKS, 
by Roger W. Bodley & Robert C. Good- 
man. 7 1. (Doing science) Tape 
script. © Flexible Learning Systems, 
Inc.; 6Apr70; C23081. 

EARTH SUCKS. See 

RESOLVED: THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS 
GRAVITY. 

EARTH VALUES, by Anne Morrow Lindbergh. 
19 1. © Anne Morrow Lindbergh; 
27Feb70; C22800. 

EAST MEETS WEST, a play in four acts by 
Kenmin Hogh. 1 v. © Kenmin Hogh; 
19May70; DU77220. 

EAST OF THE SUN, an early stages pro- 
duction by Jack Leskoff & Muriel 
Lobl. Program no.l. 18 1. A screen- 
play. © Jack Leskoff & Muriel Lobl; 
22jan70; DU76160. 

EAST OF THE SUN, an early stagds pro- 
duction by Jack Leskoff & Muriel 
Lobl. Program no. 2. 29 1. A tele- 
vision script. © Jack Leskoff & 
Muriel Lobl; 28Apr70; DU77027- 

EAST OF THE SUN, an early stages pro- 
duction by Jack Leskoff & Muriel 
Lobl. Program no. 3. 18 1. A tele- 
vision script. © Jack Leskoff & 
Muriel Lobl; 28Apr70; DU77026. 

EAST OF THE SUN, by Jack Leskoff & Muriel 
Lobl. Program no. 4. 27 1. A tele- 
vision script. © Jack Leskoff & 
Muriel Lobl; 25May70; DU77275- 

THE EAST SIDE STORY; book by Irving 
Pietrack in collaboration with 
Louise Hirsch, music by Irving Pie- 
track, lyrics by Louise Hirsch. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Irving 
Pietrack & Louise Hirsch; 2Mar70; 
DU76476. 

AN EASTER LITURGY, by Gail R. Schmidt. 
51 1. © Gail Ramshaw Schmidt; 6Apr70; 
DU76829. 

EAT, DRINK, AND BE MERRY! A film by 
Jeff Michaels, pseud, of Jeffrey Katz- 
man. 4 1. © Jeffrey Katzman; 
25Feb70; DU76433. 

EBONY REVISITED, a play in one act by 
Woody Carter (Woodrow W. Carter, Jr.) 
57 1. © Woodrow W. Carter & Gardenia 
V. Carter; 5Jun7Q; DU773^9- 

ECOLE DES FEmMES. See 
THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES. 

THE ECONOMICS OF COMMUNAL MARRIAGE, a 
comedy in two acts by H. J. Pincus. 
1 v. © Herbert Julius Pincus; 
HMay70; DU77127. 

ECONOMY SIZE, by R. L. R. , pseud of 
Robert Louis Ruskin. Act 1. 10 1 . 
A play. © Robert Louis Ruskin; 
22May70; DU77188. 

EDUCATION IN THE AGE OF COMPUTERS AND 
MASS COMMUNICATION; December 11, 1969 
session in the lecture series. By 
James S. Coleman; comments by Eugene 
G. Fubini & Patrick Supp.es. 3 v. 
(Computers, communications and the 
public interest) © Johns Hopkins 
Press; 7Jan70; C22544 . 



THE EDUCATION OF PETER BAUER; screenplay 
by Charles S. Osborn. 132 1. 
© Charles S. Osborn; 6Mar70; DU7652O. 

EDWARD BROOKE. See 

BLACK LEADERS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY 
AMERICA. 

EDWINA, a screenplay by Moira Ryan. 
153 1. © Moira Ryan; 13Feb70; 
DU76334. 

EENIE, MEENIE, MEINIE, MO, a drama in 
three acts by Ken Eulo (Kenneth R. 
Eulo) 1 v. © Kenneth R. Eulo; 
12Feb70; DU76325. 

EGMONT, by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; 
edited by Ursula S. Colby. New York, 
McGraw-Hill. 151 p. (McGraw-Hill 
series in German literature) NM: 
additions & revisions. © McGraw-Hill, 
Inc.; l6Apr70; A146522. 

[EIGHT CASSETTE SCRIPTS] The future 
of space development & others. 8 v. 
Appl. author: A. J. Nystrom & Co. 
© A. J. Nystrom & Co . ; 19May70; 
C23252- 

EIGHTH DAY. See 

ON THE SEVENTH DAY. 

EINER DER LETZTEN KARNEVALSABENDE (Una 
delle ultime sere di Carnovale) 
Komodie in 3 Akten von Carlo Goldini; 
Deutsche Buhnenfassung von Hans- 
Dieter Roser, pseud, von Johann 
Hofmann, nach der Ubersetzung von 
Christine Klaghofer. [Austria] 
Universal Edition. '167 p. NM: Ger- 
man stage version. © Universal 
Edition, A.G.; l80ct69; DF0-1719. 

ELECTIONS, 1966-1968. See 
FIRING LINE. 37. 

ELECTRIC LIGHT, a multi-dimensional song 
by Miranda Joyce Hessel (Joyce Carol 
Hessel) 49 1. A play in 3 parts. 
© Joyce Carol Hessel; 25Mar70; 
DU76707. 

ELECTRICITY. See 

OUR COMMUNITY UTILITIES. 

ELECTRICITY LESSONS 1-4, by Roger W. 
Bodley & Robert C, Goodman. 4 v. 
(Doing science) Tape scripts. Con- 
tents: Experiments with batteries, — 
Testing conductors .--Electricity and 
Motion. — Simple circuits, ©Flexible 
Learning Systems, Inc.; 6"Apr70; 
C23084 . 

ELECTRO-MAGNETS . See 
MAGNETISM LESSONS 1-4. 

ELECTRONIC BABY, a libretto by Kathleen 
Lombardo. 9 1. © Kathleen Lombardo; 
22Dec69; DU76046. 



ELENA OF MEXICO CITY. 
MIDDLE AMERICA. 



See 



THE ELEVATOR. See 

EYE DROPS FOR THE MIND'S EYE. 

THE ELEVENTH FINGER, a new comedy by 
Gene T. Montefiore. 1 v. Three 
acts. © Gene T. Montefiore; 
10Mar70; DU76566. 

ELMIRA BOUND; written by Armand P. 
Schaubroeck. 7 1. © Kack Klick, 
Inc.; 23Mar70; C22984 . 

THE EMERALD SLIPPERS, a children's fable 
written by Jose Alcarez. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Jose Alcarez; l8jun70; 
DU77467. 

THE EMERGENCE, a play ... by Ama Giesta 
Fleming. 21 1. Seven acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Company Theatre Foun- 
dation; 13Mar70; DU765H. 



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THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES, a musical 
play; music by Allan Jay Friedman 
(Allen Jay Friedman) lyrics by Paul 
Francis Webster, book by Ruth Perry; 
based on Arnold & Lois Peyser's adap- 
tation. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
167 p . Eased on the story of the same 
title by Hans Christian Andersen. 
Book & lyrics only. © Arnold & Lois 
Peyser, Paul Francis Webster & Allen 
Jay Friedman; 150ct69; DP7201. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES, by Frances 
Ellison & Jack A. Vaughn. 50 1. 
A play in 8 scenes. © Frances Elli- 
son; 17Mar70; DU76628. 

EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. See 
SEE THRU. 

END, a one act play by Dwight W. Boud . 
16 1. © Dwight W. Boud; 5Feb70; 
DU76289. 

THE END OF THE WORLD; or, Fragments from 
a work in progress. By Keith Neilson. 
Two acts. (In Playwrights for tomor- 
row; edited with an introd. by Arthur 
H. Ballet. Minneapolis, University of 
Minnesota Press, v. 6, p. [671-142) 
Appl. states prev. reg. 17Aug69, 
DU69596. NM: revisions. © Keith 
Neilson; 2Sep69; DP7346. 

ENDOWED BY THEIR CREATOR, a documentary 
drama by Glenn M. Loney. 87 1. 
A screenplay. © Glenn M. Loney; 
23Dec69; DU76218. 

ENEMA, A NURSING PROCEDURE. See 
NURSING PROCEDURES, THE ENEMA. 

AH ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE. See 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 2. 

ENGINEERED FOR ESCAPE; recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division. 17 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 24jun70; C23499- 

ENGINEERED FOR EXCITEMENT; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division. 
10 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy Orga- 
nization. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 24jun70; C23502. 

THE ENGLISH CONSERVATIVE. See 
FIRING LINE. 73. 

AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THREE PLAYS 
BY JORGE DIAS; REQUIEM FOR A SUN- 
FLOWER; THE SHIP IN THE BOTTLE; AND 
TOPOGRAPHY OF A NUDE. By Eugene 
Wayne Saxe. Denver, Hotchkiss 
Microfilm Co. Microfilm. Disser- 
tation, University of Denver. 
NM: translation; compilation of criti- 
cal reviews & introductory material. 
© Eugene Wayne Saxe; 8Aug69; A118903. 

ENTANGLED IN THE VIRGIN'S HAIR, by Don 
Lind (Donald C. Lind) 1 v. A play 
in 4 parts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
NM: addition of pt.l & revisions. 
© Donald C. Lind; 28May70; DU77299- 

DIE ENTLARVUNG DES HEUCHLERS IN DEN 
WERKEN ARTHUR SCHNITZLERS, by Rena 
R. Schlein. 5 1. © Rena R. Schlein; 
3Feb70; C2269I. 

ENTRANCE INTO ALL, a motion picture 

script by R. M. Nadeau. 56 1. © Ron- 
ald Morris Nadeau; 30Mar70; DU76740. 

ENTRE CHTEN ET LOUP, by Isaac Babel. 
Texte francais de Koukou Chanska & 
Francois Marie. Suivi de Marie, by 
Isaac Babel, traduit du russe par 
A. Bloch. [Paris] Gallimard. 136 p. 
(Theatre du monde entier) NM: trans- 
lation. © on translation; Editions 
Gallimard; 25Mar70; DFO-I743. 

THE ENTROPISTS; screenplay by Brian Ka- 
hin. 156 1. © Brian Kahin; 13Mar70; 
DU76602. 



DRAMAS 



THE ENTRY OF CHRIST INTO LIVERPOOL, by 
Andy Roberts & others. 2 1. 3 Cloud 
Cookoo Songs, Ltd.; l6Feb70; C227 

EPICAC. See 

VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE. 

LES EPIPHANIES; mystere profane de 
Henri Pichette; preface de Louis 
Roinet. [Paris] Gallimard. 153 p. 
(Collections poesie) © on preface; 
Editions Gallimard; 30Sep69; DFO-1731 

EPITAPHE POUR GEORGE DILLON, par John 
Osborne et Anthony Creighton; tra- 
duit de 1' anglais par Constance 
Coline et Daniele Clement. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 128 p. Three acts. 
© on translation; Editions Gallimard; 
150ct69; DFO-1723. 

EQUALITY: FAIR HOUSING. See 
RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES. 

EQUATIONS OF A STRAIGHT LINE. 11 1. 
Tape script. Appl. author: Mt . San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 13Apr70; C23153 . 

THE ESCAPE, BY BALLOON, FROM RICHMOND, 
1865, by W. E. R. La Farge . Draft, 
March 1970. 60 1. A screenplay. 
Adapted from portions of L'ile 
mysterieuse, by Jules Verne. 
© W. E. R. La Farge; l6Apr70; 
DU76926. 

ESCAPE MACHINES EXTRAORDINAIRE; re- 
cording script for Oldsmobile Divi- 
sion. 22 1. Appl. author: Jam 
Handy Organization. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
24Jun70; C 234 94 . 

ESCAPE TO LUXURY; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division. 15 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 24Jun70; C 234 97. 

ESPERANZA, a play in three acts by 
Susan J. Shaw. 6l 1. © Susan J. 
Shaw; 5Jan70; DU76061. 

THE EUGENE VISCIONE TUNING METHOD, writ- 
ten by Eugene G. Viscione for oral de- 
livery & placing onto records, tapes 
or cassettes. Sheet. © Eugene G. 
Viscione; I6jan70; C22522. 



EUGENIE K0FR0NIME. 
SUPER- POSITIONS. 



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THE EUMENIDES, by Aeschylus; a transla- 
tion with commentary by Hugh Lloyd- 
Jones, with a series introd. by Eric 
A. Havelock. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 
Prentice-Hall. 79 p. (Prentice-Hall 
Greek drama series) © Prentice-Hall, 
Inc.; 20May70; A154591. 

EUREKA, a screenplay by Bradley Sherman. 
73 I- © Bradley L. Sherman; 7Apr70; 
DU76840. 

EUROPE UNLIMITED SERIES; central Europe 
group. 4 v. Scripts. Contents: 
Fabulous France. — Romantic Austria. — 
West Germany, prosperous, busy, ener- 
getic .--Scenic Switzerland. Appl. 
author: Education Unlimited Corp. 
© Education Unlimited Corp.; 7May70; 
C23229. 

EURYNOMOUS; or, What became of the two 
caricatures who bumbled into Macy's. 
By Christopher Cooper Mathewson. 
25 1. A play. © Christopher Cooper 
Mathewson; 10Apr70; DU7687I. 

EVEN A DOG STOPS RUNNING, by Mark 
Mahall. 8l 1. A screenplay. 
© Mark Mahall; 13May70; DU77167. 



Jan.-June 



AH EVENING OF ONE ACT PLAYS, by Steve 
Pieczenik. Make America beautiful; 

Le studio tour. 1 v. Two plays. 
© Steve Richard Pieczenik; 7MaV 
DU77 

AN EVENING WITH MR. POE, by Alexander 
Panas. 52 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. pub. 1840. NM: 
dramatization & additions. © Alexan- 
der Panas; 25Feb7C; DU76384 . 

THE EVERLASTING SORROW, a play in eight 
scenes by Richard Heifer; inspired by 
the poem by Po Chu-i. 33 1. Rich- 
ard Howard Heifer; llMay70; DU77131- 

EVERYDAY IS LADIES' DAY; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division. 
12 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Organization. © Oldsmobile Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
24jun70; C23489. 

EVERY LITTLE BEAVER HAS HIS DAY. See 
FOR LOVE OF A HUDSON'S BAY MAN. 

EVERYBODY IN THE BUS, by Sammy Shore & 
Rudy DeLuca. 2 1. Appl. authors: 
Rudy DeLuca & United Artists Music 
Co., Inc., employer for hire of Sammy 
Shore. © United Artists Music Co., 
Inc.; LMay70; C23354 . 

EVERYMAN, ARE YOU LISTENIN' ? A play by 
Carl Colodne. 56 1. Three scenes. 
© Carl Colodne; 23Apr70; DU76978. 

EVERYONE HAS ONE; or, Turn on, world. 
By Patricia Sheehan (Patt Morgan, 
pseud.) & Christopher Yowell. 

1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Patricia 
Morgan Sheehan & Christooher Yowell; 
5Feb70; DU7628I. 

EVERYTHING IN ITS SEASON, a program for 
the classroom by Dorothy Byers Barnes . 
29 1. © Dorothy Byers Barnes; 
l6Jun70; DU77429- 

EVIL, EVIL, a play in three acts by 
John J. Cain. 1 v. © John J. Cain; 
6Apr70; DU76844. 

EVIL WALKS OUR LAND, a story written by 
F. J. Guarino Melfi. 391 1. A play. 
© F. J. Guarino Melfi; Uun70; 
DU77326. 

EVOLUTION OF THE BLACK UNIVERSITY, by 
Arline Freund . 15 1. Appl. author: 
Cultural History Research, Inc. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 20Apr70; C23192. 

THE EVOLUTION REVOLUTION. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 9. 

EXCON; written by Armand P. Schaubroeck. 

2 sheets. © Kack Klick, Inc.; 
23Mar70; C22988. 

EXHIBIT A, by Betty Lou Ruhl. Sheet. 
Appl. ti.: Our family prayer. 
© Betty Lou Ruhl; 12Mar70; C23511. 

EXISTENTIALISM. See 
SERIES A. Lecture 14. 



EXPEDITION, a musical comedy in three 
acts by Eldora Johnson (Eldora John- 
son Arndt) 1 v. © Eldora Johnson 
Arndt; lApr70; DU76763. 

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNS FOR A COMBINED 
APPROACH TO CREATIVITY; DREAMS, AND 
EXTRA-SENSORY PERCEPTION, a lecture 
by Roy Dreistadt. 6 1. © Roy 
Dreistadt; 8Apr70; C23091. 



EXPERIMENTS WITH BATTERIES. 
ELECTRICITY LESSONS 1-4. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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EXPLOSION, a new musical; book & lyrics 
by David Lewis Hammarstrom; music by 
Michael Kohl. 2 v. Two acts. 
© David Lewis Hammarstrom & Michael 
Kohl; 25Jun70; DU77515- 

EXPONENTIAL FORM OF COMPLEX NUMBERS. 
3 1. Tape script. Appl. author t Mt . 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 13Apr70; C23144 . 

EXPONENTS. 7 1. Tape script. Appl. 
author; Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 13Apr70; C23139- 

AN EXPRESSION OF LOVE, a play with 

music in three acts by Susanne, pseud, 
of Elyse D. Donathan. 1 v. © Elyse 
D. Donathan; 25May70; DU77276 . 

EXTREMISM. See 
FIRING LINE. 22. 

EYE DROPS FOR THE MIND'S EYE; four 
new plays by Ken Eulo. 132 1. 
Contents: The elevator. --48 Spring 
Street. --That's the way a champ 
should go. --Bang? Appl. states 
Bang? prev. reg. 14Nov68, DU72909- 
© Kenneth R. Eulo; 5Jan70; DU76059. 

EYES, by Felix G. Arnstein. 26 1. 
14 scenes. © Felix G. Arnstein; 
l4May70; DU77180. 



DIE FABELHAFTE GETRAUME VON TAIFUN- 
WILLI, a hear show for the boys at 
garnisht kiegele by Dick Higgins; 
sections in crazy-german 1 also by Dick 
Higgins. Stuttgart, W. Ger., 
Reflection Press. 38 1. © Richard 
C. Higgins, Dick Higgins; 120ct69; 
AI-11786. 

FABULOUS FRANCE. See 

EUROPE UNLIMITED SERIES. 

FACADES; three one act plays by Joseph 
Caruso, Jr. 1 v. Contents: The 
price of onions. — Bach is always on 
Sundays. — Hotel de Dream. © Joseph 
Caruso, Jr.; 17Jun70; DU77431- 

THE FACE, a play by Harve Mann, pseud, 
of Harvey L. Sussmann. 1 v. Two 
acts. With music. © Harvey Suss- 
mann; 7Jan70; DU76071. 

FACTORING. 9 1. Tape script. 

Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt . San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 7Apr70; 

C 233 18. 

FACTORING. 9 1. Tape script. Appl. 
author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt . San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 13Apr70; C23148- 



THE FAILURE OF ORGANIZED RELIGION. 
FIRING LINE. 35. 



See 



FAIR BECKONING ONE, by Sarah Monson 
Koebnick. Three acts. (In Play- 
wrights for tomorrow; edited with an 
introd. by Arthur H. Ballet. Minne- 
apolis, University of Minnesota 
Press, v.5, P-[7]-60) Appl. states 
prev. reg. I40ct68, DU72596 - © Sarah 
Monson Koebnick; 2Sep69; DP7342. 

FAIRY GOLD, an operetta for children; 
story by Countess Serge Tolstoy,, 
adapted for the stage with music & 
lyrics by Eva M. Upham. 14 1. 
© Countess Serge Tolstoy & Eva M. 
Upham; 28May70; DU77300 . 



THE FAKE, by Hal Woodard (Howard E. 
Woodard) 1 v. A screenplay. 
© Howard E. Woodard; 20May70; 
DU77235. 

PALL OUT OF A DREAM, by Leo Bertucelli. 
102 1. A screenplay. © Leo Bertu- 
celli; 30Mar70; DU76774 . 

FAMILY. See 

ADULT ENRICHMENT SEMINAR. 

FAMILY CIRCLE, by Edward Greenberg. 
170 1. A play in 3 acts. © Edward 
Greenberg; l6Apr70; DU76939- 

THE FAMILY IN TIME OF TROUBLE. 13 1. 
Filmstrip script. Appl. author: Mt . 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt . 
San Jacinto Junior College District; 
19Jan70; C22539- 

FAMILY INSTITUTE; play by Robert Lionel 
O'Connor. 83 1. Two acts. 
© Robert Lionel O'Connor; 7May70; 
DU77107 . 



FAMOUS CHILDREN 
strip scripts 
S123-6: Aladd 
Ali Baba and 
three wishes. 
la. Appl. au 
tional Films, 
Inc. NM: add 
structional F 
quire, Inc. 



S STORIES. 6 v. Film- 
Contents: NO.S123-1 — 

n's lamp. — Tom Thumb. — 
the forty thieves. — The 
— Robin Hood. — Cinderel- 
thor: Coronet Instruc- 

a division of Esquire, 
itions. © Coronet In- 
ilms, a division of Es- 
270ct69; C23C51. 



THE FAMOUS RIVERBOTTOM STRATEGY OF ETOE 
COUNTY, by John M. Snyder. 17 1. 
A play in 8 scenes. © John M. Snyder; 
5Mar70; DU76528. 

THE FAN, a comedy in three acts by Car- 
lo Goldoni; acting version (idiomatic) 
by Sala Staw. 102 1. © Sala Staw; 
8jan70; DU76108. 



FANGS AIN'T WHAT THEY USED TO BE. 
DRACULA SUCKS. 



See 



FANNY; texte definitif by Marcel Pagnol; 
illus. de Suzanne Ballivet. [Paris] 
Editions Pastorelly. 283 p. 
NM: new ed. © Marcel Pagnol; 5Mar70; 
AFO-62045. 

FANNY HILL; or, This little Fanny went 
to market: Conceived by Ron Fletcher; 
book, Larry Billman; lyrics, Michael 
McWhinney; musique, Jerry Powell. 
2 v. A play. Based on the book of 
the same title. © Larry Billman, Ron 
Fletcher, Michael McWhinney & Jerry 
Powell; HMar70; DU76513. 

THE FANTASY LOCKET, a drama in three 
acts by Lee Snyder (Jimmy Lee Snyder) 
1 v. © Jimmy L. Snyder; 13Jan70; 
DU76095 . 

FANTOCHE; or, Tom Clownery. A one act 
playlet in three scenes by Dorothea 
Louise Albertsen. 6 1. © d'Arcy 
Louise Albertsen; 20Jan70; DU76147 . 

THE FAR-OFF SWEET FOREVER, a play by 
Conn Fleming. 82 1. Two acts. 
© Conn Fleming; 23Jun70; DU77462. 

FAR OUT AHEAD IN EXCITING VALUE. See 
THE GOLD-MEDAL WINNERS, FAR OUT AHEAD 
IN EXCITING VALUE. 

A FARCE IN THE GROVE, by Nathan Charles 
Russo. 6 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Nathan Charles Russo; 4May70; 
DU77059. 

FARMER DICK BARONE CHEVROLET-CHEVWAY 
LEASING, by Eugene Robert Tanz. 
Sheet. © Cox & Tanz Advertising 
Agency; HFeb70; C22686. 

FARMING AND FISHING. See 
SEEING THE ANDES COUNTRIES. 



IL FARSruOMO, by Luigi Sarzano. Tempo; 
Luogo; Azione, 3 v. Three plays, 
© Luigi Sarzano; 20Apr7O; DU76957, 

FAST, YOUNG AND FULL OF FUN; recording 
script for Pontiac Motor Division. 
10 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy Orga- 
nization. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 24jun70; C23506. 

FAT FREDDY FOON. See 
THE CREDIBILITY GAP. 

FAT IRISH, by Barry Lane. 38 1. 

A screenplay. © Barry Lane; 5Mar70; 
DU76507. 

FAT RESTRICTED DIET, by Virginia Toews 
Stucky. 11 1. Script. © Virginia 
Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teaching Pro- 
grams; 20Mar70; C23010. 

FAT RESTRICTED DIET; quick tape by Vir- 
ginia Toews Stucky. 2 1. © Virginia 
Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teaching Pro- 
grams; 20Mar70; C23011. 

FATE HAS THE EYE OF A TIGER, by Ruth 
E. Stephens. 1 v. (Terrestra, pt.9) 
A screenplay in 4 acts. © Ruth E. 
Stephens; 6Apr70; DU76832. 

FATHER. See 
DADDY. 

A FATHER & THE PRODIGAL SON. See 
VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE. 

FATHER, MEET JENNIE; JENNIE IS A GOOD 
GIRL, by Anton Margos . 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Anton Margos; 15Jan70; 
DU76102. 

FAULTY COMPARISON. 3 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt . San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt . San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
15Jun70; C23388. 

FAUNTLERY, a new musical; book by 
Richard Wade, music by Neil Love 
(Corneilius R. Love III) lyrics by 
Richard Wade & Neil Love. 82 1. 
Two acts. Based on the novel by 
F. H. Burnett. Book & lyrics only. 
© Richard H. Wade & Corneilius R. 
Love III; 24Mar70; DU76663. 

LE FAUSSET VELU; farce satirique par 
J. I. Rodale. 10 eme [i.e. lOieme] 
edition speciale. 50 p. © J. I. Ro- 
dale; 2Feb70 (in notice: 1969); 
DP7330. 

FAUST, de Christopher Marlowe; illustre 
par Isabelle Drouin, traduit de 
1' anglais par Isabelle Drouin. 
Paris, Editions Axium. 1 v. Four 
acts. (Les Lettres fantastiques 
illustrees collection ouroboros, 
no. 5) NM: traduction & illustrations 
d' Isabelle Drouin. © Editions Axium; 
10Dec69; AFO-60629. 

FAUST IN MOSKAU. See 
DIONYSISCHE TRILOGIE. 

THE FAVOURITES OF THE GODS, a science 
fiction program for television by 
Ruth E. Stephens. 1 v. Two parts. 
© Ruth E. Stephens; 26jan70; DU76194. 

A FEAST OF LOVE, an act of ritual by 
Leotha Hackshaw. 27 1- A play. 
© Leotha Hackshaw; lMay70; DU77047. 

THE FESTIVAL; screenplay by Robert Shif- 
rin; based on a story by William 
Grefe. 228 1, Appl, author: William 
Grefe, employer for hire. © William 
Grefe; 20Apr70; DU76965 . 

FESTIVAL. See 
FLEADH. 



FETE THEATRALE. 
LE SANG. 



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Jan.-June 



FEUDIN', FIGHTIN' & FAD00DLIN' . See 
MAMA DON'T ' LLOW NO BANGING HERE NO 
MORE. 

A FEW ENQUIRIES, by Howard Sackler, 
with an introd . by Martin Gottfried. 
New York, Dial Press. 144 p. 
Contents: Sarah. — The nine o'clock 
mail. --Mr. Welk and Jersey Jim. — 
Skippy. Appl. states The nine o'clock 
mail prev. pub. © Howard Sackler; 
20Feb70; A151487 . 

FIBER RESTRICTED, by Virginia Toews 
Stucky. 8 1. Script. © Virginia 
Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teaching 
Programs; 20Mar70; C22999. 

FIBER RESTRICTED DIET; quick tape by 
Virginia Toews Stucky. Sheet. © Vir- 
ginia Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teach- 
ing Programs; 20Mar70; C22998. 

FIENDISHLY FRIGID FRAUD. See 

BATMAN: THE FIENDISHLY FRIGID FRAUD. 

FIESTA MEXICANA! A new musical for 
children with book & lyrics by 
Peggy Simon & music by Lou Vitacco. 
2 v. A play in 2 acts. © Lou 
Vitacco & Peggy Simon; 7Apr70; 
DU775H- 

FIFTEEN STRINGS OF CASH. See 
TRADITIONAL CHINESE PLAYS. 

50/60; words & music by Robert Montgom- 
ery. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Robert Montgomery; 22Jur>70; 
DU77477 . 

FIL D'ARIANNE. See 

THE BABY BREAKS THE DOLL. 

FILM ADVERTISEMENT FOR A POTATO CHIP OR 
SNACK COMPANY; conceived & written 
by Peter Warren Jaf f e . 2 1. © Peter 
Warren Jaffe; 4jun70; C23358. 

THE FINAL COMMITMENT FOR THE MURDER OF 
COCK ROBIN, a play in 3 acts by Rose 
Sher. 64 1. © Rose Sher; l8May70; 
DU77118. 

THE FINAL INGREDIENT; music by David Am- 
ram, libretto by Arnold Weinstein; 
adapted from the play by Reginald 
Rose. 114 p. An opera in 1 act. 
© C. F. Peters Corp.; 4Mar70; DU76623. 

THE FINE ART OF CLOSING. See 

[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 
RECORDINGS] Unit 11, sides 1 & 2. 

FINLANDIA, SIBELIUS. See 

LECTURES ON ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTING. 
Chap . 6 . 

THE FIRE, by Marion A. Steele. 53 1. 
A play in 1 act. © Marion A. Steele; 
20Mar70; DU76672. 

THE FIRE BRINGERS. See 
THREE OFF- BROADWAY PLAYS. 

FIRE ISLAND; screenplay by Roy Newbert 
& Gordon Glasco, from an original 
story by Roy Newbert. 179 1- 
Appl. author: Roy Newbert, employer 
for hire. © Roy Newbert; 4Feb70; 
DU76848. 

FIREBIRD, 1970; recording script for 
Pontiac Motor Division. 14 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 24jun70; C23504. 

FIRING LINE, by William F. Buckley, Jr. 
A series of .scripts. 1 v. each. 
© William F. Buckley, Jr. 
7- The prevailing bias. © 24Feb70; 
C22758. 

8. The Great Society. © 24Feb70; 
C22759. 

9. Civil disobedience. © 24Feb70; 
C22760 . 

10. McCarthyism. © 24Feb70; C22755 . 



11. Vietnam - what next? © 24Feb70; 
C22756. 

12. The future of states rights. 
© 24Feb70; C22757 . 

13. The future of the Republican 
Party. © 25Feb70; C22808. 

14 . The future of the American thea- 
ter. © 25Feb70; C22809 . 

15. Robert F. Kennedy. ©25Feb70; 
C22810. 

16. The future of conservatism. 
© 25Sep70; C22811. 

17. Public power vs. private power. 
© 25Feb70; C22812 . 

18. Communists and civil liberties. 
© 25Feb70; C22813 . 

19. The role of the church militant. 
© 24Feb70j C22771. 

20. Unrest on the campus. © 24Feb7C ; 
C22772. 

21. Senator Dodd and General Klein. 
© 24Feb70; C22773 • 

22. Extremism. © 24Feb70; C22774 . 

23. Civil rights and foreign policy. 
© 24Feb70; C22775 . 

24. Presidential press relations. 
© 24Feb70; C22776 . 

25. Public school education. 
© 24Feb70; C22777 . 

26. The Playboy philosophy. 
© 24Feb70; C22778 . 

27. Do liberals make good Republi- 
cans? © 24Feb70; C22779 ■ 

28. Should labor power be reduced? 
Appl. ti.: Abuse of union power. 
© 24Feb70; C22780. 

29. Communist China. © 24Feb70; 
C22781. 

30 . National priorities on disarma- 
ment. Appl. ti.: Sane. ©24Feb70; 
C22763 . 

31. LBJ: The exercise of power. 
© 24Feb70; C22782 . 

32. Civilian review board, yes or no? 
© 24Feb70; C22754 . 

33- Criminals and the Supreme Court. 
Appl . ti . : The Supreme Court and 
criminals. © 24Feb70; C22783 . 

34. Open housing. © 24Feb70; C22784 . 

35* l"ne failure of organized reli- 
gion. © 24Feb70; C22785 . 

36 . What to do with the American 
teenager. © 24Feb70; C22786. 

37. Elections, 1966-1968. © 24Feb70; 
C22787 . 

38. Sports, persecution and Chris- 
tians. © 24Feb70; C22788. 

39. The Warren report, fact or fic- 
tion? Appl. ti.: The Warren com- 
mission. © 24Feb70; C22789. 

40. Rhodesia, the U.N. and Southern 
Africa. © 24Feb70; C22790. 

41. LBJ and the intellectuals. 
© 24Feb70; C22791. 

42. Campus crisis: academic freedom 
and Berkeley. © 24Feb70; C22770 . 

43. Presidential politics. 
© 24Feb70; C22792 . 

44. The role of the advocate. 
© 24Feb70; C22793 • 

45. The future of the U.N. 
© 24Feb70; C22794 . 

46 . Do the states have a chance? 
© 24Feb70; C22795 . 

47. LBJ and Vietnam. © 24Feb70; 
C22796 . 

48. Politics and the President. 
© 24Feb70; C22797 ■ 

49. Black power. © 24Feb70; C22765 . 

50. Is there a role for a third 
party? Appl. ti.: Role of the 
third party. © 24Feb70; C22766 . 

51. U.S. policy in Southeast Asia. 
© 24Feb70; C22769. 

52. Do we have anything to fear from 
Socialism? © 24Feb70; C22767 . 

53. The world of LSD. © 24Feb70; 
C22768. ■ 

54. Movie production and censorship. 
© 24Feb70; C22764 . 

55. The regular in politics. 
© 24Feb70; C22762 . 

56. How to protest. © 24Feb70; 
C22761. 



57. The liberals and LBJ. © 25Feb70; 
C22801 . 

58. The poverty problem. © 2Apr70; 
C23070. 

59. Is Ramparts magazine un-American? 
© 25Feb70; C22802. 

60. Vietnam protests. © 25Feb70; 
C22803 . 

61. The Mid-East crisis. © 2Apr70; 
C23067 . 

62. The decline of anti-communism. 
© 2Apr70; C23066. 

63 • Is it possible to be a good 
governor? © 25Feb70; C22807 . 

64. Is the world funny? © 25Feb70; 
C22806 . 

65- Vietnam. © 25Feb70; C228O5 . 

66. The ghetto. 2 2Apr70; C23064 . 

67. Municipal government. © 25Feb70; 
C22804 . 

68. A foreign policy for the GOP. 
© 2Mar70; C22847. 

69. The future of the GOP. © 2Mar70; 
C22849. 

70. Vietnam and the G.O.P. S 2Apr70; 
C23065 

72. Is there a new God? © 2Mar70; 
C22852. 

73. The English Conservative. 
© 2Apr70; C23068. 

74. The union in modern society. 
© 2Apr70; C23072. 

75. Is socialism the answer? 
© 2Apr70; C23069. 

76. War crimes. © lApr70; C23131- 

77. The struggle for democracy in 
Brazil. © lApr70; C23127 • 

79- Mobilizing the poor. © lApr70; 
C23129. 

80 . Is there a need for central in- 
telligence? © lApr70; C23128. 

81. Was Goldwater a mistake? 
© lApr70; C23217- 

82. The John Birch Society. 
© lApr70; C23130. 

88. The Wallace crusade. © 2Mar70; 

C22850. 
97. The Middle East. © 2Mar70; 

C22851. 
99. The Avant-Garde. © 2Mar70; 

C22848. 

106. Women 8c the Church; the rib un- 
caged. © 2Apr70; C23071. 

107. Obscenity and the Supreme Court. 
© 6Mar70; C22884 . 

108. Has the Republican Party any- 
thing to offer? © 6Mar70; C22883 . 

109. The Washington press. © 6Mar70; 
C22882. 

110. Liberalism and the intellectual. 
© 6Mar70; C22881 . 

111. The Old Left. © 6Mar70; C22887 . 

112. Capital punishment. © 6Mar70; 
C22886. 

113. The hippies. © 6Mar70; C22885 • 

114. The money problem. © 6Mar70; 
C22895. 

115. The McCarthy phenomenon. 
© 6Mar70; C22894 . 

116. The cold war. © 6Mar70; C22893 . 

117 . Some problems of the freshman 
senator. © 6Mar70; C22898. 

118. Korean war defectors. © 6Mar70; 
C22897 ■ 

119. Politics and show biz. 
© 6Mar70; C22896 . 

120. Why do so many Canadians hate 
America? © 13Mar70; C22935 . 

121. Is South Africa everybody's 
business? © 13Mar70; C22937. 

122. Does TV decide who runs America? 
© 13Mar70; C22936. 

123. The city and the federal govern- 
ment. © 13Mar70; C22938. 

124. The Black Panthers. © 13Mar70; 
C22940. 

125. Jerusalem and the Middle East. 
© 13Mar70; C22939. 

126. The republic of new Africa. 
© 6Mar70; C22892 . 

127. Does science emerge supreme? 
© 6Mar70; C22891 . 

128. The American challenge. 
© 6Mar70; C22890 . 









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129. The uses of animals. © 6Mar70; 
C22888. 

130. Cassius Clay and the Negro 
movement. © 6Mar70; C22889 • 

FIRST CLASS, COACH OR ECONOMY? A satir- 
ical revue based on the American way 
of life in the seventies by Gary 
Blake. 1 v. © Gary Blake; 8jun70; 
C23t37. 

THE FIRST DAY OF US; book by Peter 
Copani, lyrics by Elliott Siegel, 
music by David McHugh. 112 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Peter Copani; 23_Apr70; DU76925- 

FIRST DEGREE EQUATIONS. 9 1. Tape 

script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt . San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; C23136 . 

FIRST LOVE, by Jerome Benjamin. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Jerome Benjamin; 
2Feb70; DU76238. 

FIRST THE DOLLAR. See 
PRIMERO EL DOLLAR. 

FISH AND CHIPS; one hour, three act 
teleplay by C . W. Franklin. 91 1. 
© Charlotte White Franklin; HMar70; 
DU76572. 

FIVE PLAYS, by Ed Bullins (Edward Artie 
Bullins) Goin' a Buffalo & others. 
New York, Bobbs-Merrill. 282 p. NM: 
compilation & addition. © Ed Bullins; 
29Sep69 (in notice: 1968) ; A149658. 

FIVE POSTS IN A MARKET PLACE, by 
Algirdas Landsbergis; introd. by 
Robert Payne . New York, Manyland 
Books. 76 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 27Feb59, DU48741. NM: additions. 
© Algirdas Landsbergis; 15Jan69 (in 
notices: 1959,. 1968); DP7200. 

FLAVORS, by Benjamin Bradford. 20 1. 
A play. © Benjamin Bradford; 26Mar70; 
DU76708. 

FLEADH (Festival) By Mary Ferguson. 
65 1. A play in 2 acts. © Mary 
Catherine Ferguson; 28Apr70; DU77024. 

DIE FLEDERMAUS (The bat) Romantic 
operetta in three acts; libretto & 
music by Johann Strauss II, trans- 
lated by Richard von Cedarstrom, 
edited by J. Barrett Gilmer. San 
Diego, Calif., Comox Books. 120 1. 
After Meilhac & Halevy's Reveillon. 
Libretto. NM: additions. 
© J. Barrett Gilmer; 12Nov68; DP7242 . 

THE FLOATING OPERA, a screenplay by 
Philip Landeck. 139 1- Based on 
the novel by John Barth. Appl. states 
prev. pub. 1956-1957- NM: revisions 
& additions . © Philip Landeck; 
l4Jan70; DP7248. 

FOG, by Conrad Bromberg. 23 1. 

A play. © Conrad Bromberg; 25May70; 
DU77272 . 

FOGEL'S FARM; original screenplay by 
Ellen M. Fadigan. 1 v. © Ellen 
Fadigan; 27Feb70; DU76529- 

FOOL OF PARIS, an original screenplay by 
Robert Neuwirth 8c John B. Cooke. 
106 1. © Robert Neuwirth & John B. 
Cooke; 12Jan70; DU76081. 

A FOOL'S ERRAND, by Steele MacKaye & 
Albion W. Tourgee; edited, with an 
introd. by Dean H. Keller. Metuchen, 
N.J., Scarecrow Press. 194 p. Four 
acts. NM: introd. & notes. © Dean 
H. Keller; 240ct69; A127141. 



FOOTBALL HERO. 
MATHU. 



See 



FOOTPRINTS ON THE MOON, by Ray Sallack. 
97 1. A screenplav. S Ray Sallack; 
9Jun70; DU77390- 

FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE. See 
TRIPLE-PLAY. 

FOR LOVE OF A HUDSON'S BAY MAN, a musi- 
cal play by Esther Cox Todd; edited by 
Jean B. Foster. 2 v. Three acts. 
Appl. states lyrics prev. reg. in Ev- 
ery little beaver has his day, C13097- 
NM: text & additional songs. © Esther 
Cox Todd; 13Apr70; DU76903. 

FOR LOVERS AND COMPANIONS, a new musi- 
cal in two acts by George Henry 
William Groth. 1 v. © George Henry 
William Groth; 9Mar70; DU76563. 

FOR OTHER REASONS, by Michael Stewart. 
5 1. A screenplay. © Michael Stew- 
art; 24Apr70; DU76991. 

FOR OUR SAKE. See 

THREE SPANISH SACRAMENTAL PLAYS. 

FOR THE LOVE OF A DUMMY, an original 
T.V. play by Harvey Flaxman. 71 1- 
© Harvey Flaxman; l6Mar70; DU76609. 

FOR THE LUVA PETE, a play by Eben V. 
Forsling. 71 1. Two acts. © Eben V. 
Forsling; 23Jun70; DU77^6l. 

FOREIGN BODIES; screenplay by Gerald 
Hopman & Malcolm Barbour. 125 1. 
Based on a story by the authors. 
© Malcolm Barbour & Gerald Hopman; 
HJun70; DU77400. 

A FOREIGN POLICY FOR THE GOP. See 
FIRING LINE. 68. 

FORGOTTEN CAR. See 
MATHU. 

THE FORSAKING FATHER IN AMERICAN LITERA- 
TURE; preface to a study by Fred R. 
McFadden, Jr. 5 1. © Fred R. McFad- 
den, Jr.; 29Dec69; C2297 1 * . 

FORTY CARATS; adapted by Jay Allen from 
a play by Barillet & Gredy. 1st 
American ed . New York, Random House. 
119 p. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. lMay67, DU68866 & 24Apr68, 
DU71391. NM: editorial revisions. 
© Jay Presson Allen & Jay Presson 
Allen & Robert H. Montgomery, Jr., 
trustees; 80ct69; DP7308. 

48 SPRING STREET. See 

EYE DROPS FOR THE MIND'S EYE. 

A FOST NIMENI; nou concept de drama in 
3 acte si 5 tablouri de St. Gh. 
Theodoru. 53 1. © Stefan Gheorghe 
Theodoru; 6Apr70; DU76806. 

FOSTER HOMES AND INSTITUTIONAL CARE. 
See 
MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY: SITUATIONS 

CAUSING PROBLEMS IN FAMILY 

LIVING. 5- 

FOSTER'S FORMULA, a teen-age comedy in 
one act by Karin Asbrand. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 21 p. Appl. author: 
Walter H. Baker Co., employer for 
hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 26nov69; 
DP7216. 

FOUR IN HAND, a one-act play for women 
by Princine Calitri. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 16 p. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 2Jun70; DP7352 • 

FOUR MAJOR PLAYS, by Aristophanes; in- 
trod. by N. R. Teitel. Lysistrata; 
The birds; The clouds; The Archarnians 
[i.e., Acharnians] New York, Airmont . 
222 p. (Classics series, CL 189) 
© Airmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 22Dec69; 
A154558. 

FOUR MOODS OF LOVE; TO BE IN LOVE, 
BARBARA ALLEN, WHEN I WAS ONE AND 
TWENTY & SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY. See 
VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE. 



FOUR PLAYS BY PASQUALE, by Pasquale, 

pseud, of Pasquale V. Albaneso. 

There's nothing more valuable than; 

The pawn; Neptune's aquarium; The 

truth (of the matter) 1 v. 

© Pasquale V. Albaneso; 3Jun70; 

DU77359- 
FOUR PLAYS FOR CHILDREN. See 

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF JOHN JAY 
CHAPMAN. 

THE FOUR SEASONS OF AQUARIUS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22657. 

THE FOUR SEASONS OF ARIES; written by 
Jacques Wilson. 1 1. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22644 . 

THE FOUR SEASONS OF CANCER; written by 
Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22631. 

THE FOUR SEASONS OF CAPRICORN, written 
by Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22638. 

THE FOUR SEASONS OF GEMINI; written by 
Jacques Wilson. 11. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22625. 

THE FOUR SEASONS OF LEO; written by 
Jacques Wilson. 11. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22602. 

THE FOUR SEASONS OF LIBRA; written by 
Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22609. 

FOUR SEASONS OF PISCES; written by 
Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22596. 

FOUR SEASONS OF SAGITTARIUS; written by 
Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22613. 

THE FOUR SEASONS OF SCORPIO, by Jacques 
Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22620. 

THE FOUR SEASONS OF TAURUS; written by 
Jacques Wilson. 11. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22583. 

THE FOUR SEASONS OF VIRGO; written by 
Jacques Wilson. 11. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22590. 

FOUR-STAR PLAYS FOR BOYS, a collection 
of fifteen royalty-free, one-act 
plays for all-boy casts edited by 
A. S. Burack. Boston, Plays. 
237 p. NM: additions. © Plays, Inc.; 
28Nov69; AI53899. 

FOURTH WISH. See 
CONCERNING JANE. 

FOWL IN THE BARNYARD, by Wynn Appling, 
pseud, of Harold Appling. 42 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Wynn Appling; 
17Apr70; DU76941. 

FRACTIONAL EQUATIONS. 12 1. Tape 

script. Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt . San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; C23162. 

FRACTIONS; original story & screenplay 
by James Burroughs. 101 1. © James 
Andrew Burroughs; 30Mar70; DU76738. 

FRACTIONS. 1 v. Tape script. Appl. 
author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt . San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 13Apr70; C23150 . 



FRAGMENTS FROM A WORK IN PROGRESS. 
THE END OF THE WORLD. 
FRANKIE. See 
KNIVES. 



See 



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Jan.-June 



FREAK, an original screenplay by Zaq, 
pseud, of Lawrence David Zacker; based 
on the novel of the same title. 95 1. 
© Lawrence David Zacker; l8Mar70; 
DU76636. 

FRED, by Diane Jacobs & Sherry Jill 
Marcus. 1 v. A musical play in 2 
acts. © Diane Jacobs & Sherry Jill 
Marcus; 22Dec69; DU76058. 

FREEDOM TO BE YOURSELF. See 

LIBRE D'ETRE VOUS-MEME. 
FREIGHTER OF FOOLS, See 

THE ADVENTURES OF DR. WHACK, SURGEON. 

THE FRENCH IN AMERICA. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

FRENZY FOR TWO. See 
PLAYS, VOLUME VI. 

FRESCOS AT THE METROPOLITAN, a filmstrip 
script by Louis Chapin. 12 1. Appl. 
author: Earl Rowland Foundation. 
Appl. ti.: The great age of fresco. 
© Earl Rowland Foundation; 5Feb70; 
C22673. 

FREYA, an opera in three acts, libretto 
by Judith Leverone, based on Freya of 
the seven isles, by Joseph Conrad. 
1 v. © Judith Leverone; l8jun70; 
DU77386. 

THE FRIENDLY BLACKBIRD, a musical by 
Ben Samberg (Benjamin Samberg) 5 1. 
Appl. states 1 song prev. reg. 
l8Feb33, EU67799. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Benjamin Samberg; 
3Feb70; DP7231. 

A FROG HE WOULD A-WOOING GO, a play by 
Jerry Devine . 1 v. 'Two acts. 
© Jerry Devine; 29Apr70; DU77028. 

A FROG IN HIS POCKET, A MOUSE IN HER 
HAIR, a comedy by Joseph Kesselring. 
1 v. Three acts. Appl. states prev. 
version Jig, lisp and amble reg. 
19Jul51. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Charlotte E. Kesselring (Mrs. Jo- 
seph Kesselring); 3Jun70; DU77280. 

FROM CORSET TO GIRDLE, a two act play 
by Jay Zelle. *5 1. © jay Zelle; 
25Mar70; DU76705 . 

FRUITS OF THE BLACK ROOTS. See 
BLACK ROOTS. 

FUCKED-UP, a story of un-natural love 
in one act recreated from life by 
Bruce Boone (William Bruce Boone, Jr. ) 
12 1. © Bruce Boone; 27Jan70; 
DU76196. 

FUENTE OVEJUNA. See 

ALL CITIZENS ARE SOLDIERS. 

FULL-LENGTH PLAY SERIES. See 
YOUNG ALEC AND THE MAGIC VOICE. 

FULTON'S FRIGATE, a musical story by 
Karl Blumenkranz . 2 v. Two acts. 
© Solomon Karl Blumenkranz; 17Jun70; 
DU77437. 

FUNCTIONS. 8 1. Tape script. Appl. 
author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District. © Mt . San Jacinto Col- 
lege a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District; 13Apr70; C23167. 

FUNCTIONS & FORMULAS, by George N. 

Trytten. 17 1. Script. © Mathemat- 
ical Sciences Group, Inc.; 8jan70; 
C22700. 

FUNDAMENTAL OPERATIONS. 7 1. Tape 

script. Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt . San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; C23146 . 

FUNDAMENTALS OF BANKING & FINANCE. 
207 1. Appl. author: Dynaphonics, 
Inc. ©Dynaphonics, Inc.; 8Apr70; 
C23094 • 



FUNKY SOUL, PART 2, by David Batiste. 
Sheet. © Isaac Bolden d.b.a. Soul 
Sound Pub. Co. h Camille Incardona 
d.b.a. Pamzy Pub. Co.; 26jun70; 
C23448. 

THE FURTHER EMASCULATION OF, a short 
play in three scenes by N. R. David- 
son. 10 1. © H. R. Davidson, Jr.; 
10Apr70; DU76867. 

FUTURE OF SPACE DEVELOPMENT. See 
[EIGHT CASSETTE SCRIPTS] 

THE FUTURE OF. 

For other titles beginning with 
The future of See FIRING LINE. 



G 



GALOIS, by Bernard Werner. 155 1- 
A play in 3 acts. © Bernard Werner; 
25Jun70; DU77537. 

THE GAMBLER; complete opera in four 
acts by Prokofiev, after the story by 
F. L. Dostoievsky; English translation 
by Edward T. Salvato, Jr. 12 p. 
Libretto. © Gramofonove Zavody, 
N.P. ; 15Decfc"9; DP7221. 

THE GAME, by Dennis E. Noble. 23 1. 
A play. © Dennis E. Noble; 29Apr70; 
DU77029. 

THE GAME? By Joseph Curran . 17 1. 
A play. © Joseph L. Curran; l6Mar70; 
DU76606, 

THE GAME IS STUD, by Edward Shanley. 
42 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Edward Shanley; 
5Jan70; DU76047. 

THE GAME IS STUD, by Edward Shanley. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 5Jan69, 
DU76047. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Edward Shanley; 12Mar70; DU7659O. 

GAME OF CAT AND MOUSE. See 

BATMAN: A GAME OF CAT AND MOUSE. 

A GAME OF CHESS (King to bishop) An 
historical collage by Bert G. Horn- 
back. 23 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Bert G. Hornback; 13Mar70; DU76544 . 

GAMES EDUCATORS PLAY, by Gertrude S. 
Fish. 30 1. Film script. © Gertrude 
S. Fish (Trudy Fish); l8Feb70; C22726. 

GANDHI'S DATE WITH DESTINY. See 
THE SPINNING WHEEL AND DESTINY. 

THE GANDY DANCERS, a new musical; book 
by Drauca J. Holmes; music & lyrics 
by Lucille Lawson. 79 1. A play in 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states lyrics prev. reg. 290ct69, 
EU145799. © Drauca J. Holmes; 
30Mar70; DU76683. 

THE GARDEN OF ALLAH, a musical play in 
3 acts; book & lyrics by Iris Vic- 
toria Thayer, adapted from the book 
of the same title by Robert Hichins . 
1 v. Book & lyrics only. © Iris 
Victoria Thayer; 4Feb70; DU76277 . 

GAS. See 

OUR COMMUNITY UTILITIES. 

GAS METAL-ARC WELDING. 1 v. Eight au- 
dio scripts. Appl. author: Westing- 
house Learning Corp. © Westinghouse 
Learning Corp.; 15Sep69; C22528. 

GATEWAY TO GOOD READING. 2 v. Scripts. 
Contents: RK1 — RK2: Auditory discrim- 
ination. — Visual perception. Appl. 
author: Imperial International Learn- 
ing. © Imperial International Learn- 
ing; 15Jan70; C22521. 

THE GAY DESPERADO, by William Kushner. 
27 1. A play. ©William Kushner; 
19Mar70; DU76652. 



LA GAZZA LADRA (The Tnieving magpie) 
Opera by G. Rossini, libretto by 
Giovanni Gherardini; English version 
by Ruth & Thomas Martin. 25 1. 
Two acts. © Ruth & Thomas Martin; 
22Jan70; DU76250. 

GEMINI AT WORK; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22640. 

GEMINI-NUMBERS- GEMS AND COLORS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22623. 

GEMINI PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 1 1. 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22621. 

GEMINI RISING, an original screenplay 
by R. M. Gamble. 127 1. 6 Robert M. 
Gamble; l8Feb70; DU76391. 

GEMINI WHERE WAS YOUR MOON? Written by 
Jacques Wilson. 3 1. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22622. 



GENASFUHRTE EHEMANN. 
GEORGE DANDIN. 



See 



See 



GENDRE DE MONSIEUR POIRIER. 
PLUMS. 

GENERAL POMEROY, HERE I COME, a comedy 
in three acts by Shubert Fendrich. 
1 v. © Shubert Fendrich; 30Apr70; 
DU77035- 

THE GENERAL RELATIVISTIC CONUNDRUM, by 
Thomas D. Castner. 1 v. Lecture. 
© Thomas David Castner; 29Jan70; 
C22567. 

GENERAL WELFARE AS PROMOTED BY EARNEST 
STUDENTS. See 
A DESIGN FOR PROMOTIONAL EFFORTS. 

GENERATION GAP. See 
THE THEOLILOGY. 

GENESIS, by William L. Lederer. 72 1. 
A play. © William L. Lederer; 
8jan70; DU76073. 

GENESIS, CHAPTER 1, VERSE 11, AND GOD 
COMMANDED THE EARTH TO BRING FORTH 
GRASS; VERSE 12, AND HE SAW THAT IT 
WAS GOOD: the comedic verse of Don 
Sherman, pseud, of Donald Glatter. 
20 1. Monolog. © Donald Glatter; 
l6Feb70; C22720. 

GENIES DU THEATRE FRANCAIS. See 
MARIVAUX. 
LE MELODRAME. 

GENNARO CAMPANA; dramma in due atti di 
Marcello Di Benedetto. 57 1. © Mar- 
cello Di Benedetto; 9Feb70; DU76365. 

GENTE DE BUEN TONO. See 

THE SWELLS, LA GENTE DE BUEN TONO, 
AND THREE OTHER PLAYS. 

GENTLE OBSCENITIES, by Stephan Regina- 
Thon, pseud, of Stephan Allan 
Wiener. 137 1. A screenplay. 
© Stephan Regina-Thon; 15May70; 
DU77185. 

GENTLEMAN JOE'S, by John Re illy. 8 1. 
A play. © John Reilly; 4May70; 
DU77062. 

GEORGE DANDIN; Oder, Der genasfiihrte 
Ehemann. Komodie in drei Akten von 
Moliere, pseud.; Deutsch von H. C. 
Artmann. [Austria] Universal Edition. 
98 p. NM: German version. © Univer- 
sal Edition, A. G. ; l4Nov69; DF0-1722. 

GEORGIE PORGY, a play in two acts by 
David Feldman. 103 1- © David 
Feldman; 28Apr70; DU77019. 

GERMANS IN AMERICA. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

GERTRUDE'S POKER NIGHT, a play in three 
acts by Tor Urhaeim. 1st draft. 
1 v. © Tor Urhaeim; 27Mar70; DU76725. 



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GETTING ALONG IN SCHOOL, 
strip scripts. Gonten 
S153-6: Being on time, 
for yourself . — Taking 
— Working with others, 
helps. — Listening and 
tions. Appl. author: 
tional films, a divisi 
Inc. MM: additions, 
structional Films, a d 
quire, Inc.; 270ct69 



6 v. Film- 
ts: N0.S153-1-- 

Doing things 
care of things. 
--How quiet 
following direc- 
Coronet Instruc- 
on of Esquire, 

Coronet In- 
ivision of Es- 
C23050. 



GETTING TOGETHER, an original serio-comic 
feature film by Doris Toumarkine . 
106 1. © Doris H. Toumarkine; 
28jan70; DU76266. 

THE GHETTO. See 
FIRING LINE. 66. 

GHOST DANCE FOR THE RED MESSIAH, by 
David Vando. 67 1. A play. © David 
Vando; 17Jun70; DU77436. 

GHOST OF LILY FORTUNE, a play in three 

acts by Bob Campbell (Robert M. 

Campbell) 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 

© Robert M. Campbell; 15May70; 

DU77 187 • 
GHOST WATCH; story & screenplay written 

by Ben Rossi. 1 v. © Ben Rossi; 

6Mar70; DU76515- 

GIDEON, a screenplay by Don Shay. 

15 1. © Don Shay; 19Jun70; DU77447 . 

GIFFORD EATON, a leader for our time, 
a play in three acts by Bill Hall. 
84 1. © Bill Hall; 12Jun70; DU77466. 

GIFTS. See 

THE PROMISE OF PEACE. 

GIMME, GIMME BLACK POWER! A black musi- 
cal by Bruce M. Langston. 46 1. Two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Bruce M. 
Langston; 12Jan70; DU76111. 

THE GINGHAM DOG, a play by Lanford 
Wilson. 1st ed. New York, Hill & 
Wang. 110 p. Two acts. © Lanford 
Wilson; 30Dec69; DP7253- 

GIRL; or, Whatever you truly need. 

A play by Robert M. Huntington. 54 1. 
Four acts. © Robert M. Huntington; 
12Feb70; DU76326. 

THE GIRL IN THE FLORENTINE SHOPPE; book, 
music & lyrics by Edward John Hall. 
Rev. copy no.l. 1 v. A musical play 
in 3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l4Feb69, DU73829. © Edward John Hall; 
9Apr70; DU76878. 

THE GIRL IN THE FREUDIAN SLIP, a comedy 
in two acts by William F. Brown. 
New York, S. French. 90 P- Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Linda Stone is 
brutal, 8jun64, DU60374. NM: revis- 
ions. © William F. Brown; 30Sep68; 
DP7219. 

THE GIRL IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, a short 
play by Thomas Terefenko. 12 1. 
© Thomas Terefenko; l4May70; DU77179- 

THE GIRL WHO BOUGHT A PIANO. Book, mu- 
sic and lyrics by R. Brian Booth. 
2 v. A play in 2 acts. © Robert 
Brian Booth; 2Jan70; DU76022. 

GIVE A DAMN. See 
LA CURANDERA. 

GIVE A LOOK, a hopefully enjoyable 
musical-satire in 3 acts. Words, 
music & book by Stan Mallow (Stanley 
Mallow) 4-7 1- Book & lyrics only. 
© Stanley Mallow; 12Mar70; DU76536 . 

GIVE 'EM HELL, HARRY! A documentary 
•drama of the Truman White House years 
by Carl E. Bolte, Jr. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Carl E. Bolte, Jr.; 12Jan70; 
DU76086. 



GIVE US THIS DAY, by Ralph Loffmark, 
written under the pen name Peter Wood- 
land. 128 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Ralph Raymond Loffmark; 28jan70; 
DU76230. 

THE GLASS BRA, a screenplay by Wade 
Williams & Ron Shepherd (Ronald 
Sheperd) 60 1. © Wade Williams & 
Ron Shepherd; l8Mar70; DU77111. 

THE GLASS MENAGERIE. See 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 3- 

A GLIMPSE OF TIGER; original screenplay 
by Herman Raucher. 1st draft. 
120 1. © Herman Raucher; 5Jun70; 
DU77355 • 

GLORIA, by Roger Bale. 17 !■ A play. 
© Roger Bale; 3Jun70; DU77342. 

THE GOATS, by Benjamin Bradford. 18 1. 
A play. © Benjamin Bradford; 25Mar70; 
DU76704 . 

THE GOATS ON BILLY GOAT HILL, a tragi- 
comedy in 3 acts by H. Barrington 
Watts. 171 1. © Homer Barrington 
Watts; 19Jan70; DU76l4l. 

GOD DAMN; written by Armand P. Schau- 
broeck. 3 1. © Kack Klick, Inc.; 
23Mar70; C22986. 

THE GODS ARRIVE, a play in three acts 
by Irwin Shappin. 1 v. © Irwin 
Shappin; HMar70; DU76570. 

GOD'S CHRISTMAS VESSELS, by Vivian 
Imbach. Chicago, Moody Press. 
31 p. Two parts. NM: new text. 
© Moody Bible Institute of Chicago; 
l8Aug69; A133695- 

GOD'S FORGOTTEN PEOPLE, a drama in one 
act by Eula 0. Jack. 30 1. © Eula 0. 
Jack; 23Mar70; DU76698. 



G0IN' A BUFFALO. 
FIVE PLAYS. 



See 



GOING TO POT? OR NOT? By Robert M. 
Goldenson. Springfield, N.J., Methods 
& Materials Press. 11 p. (Socio- 
guidrama, no.34 ) Two scenes. 
© Methods & Materials Press; 2Dec69; 
DP7230. 

THE GOLD-MEDAL WINNERS, FAR OUT AHEAD 
IN EXCITING VALUE! Recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division. 19 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 24jun70; C23500. 

THE GOLDEN CAPE, a fairytale with 
music. Book & lyrics by Judith 
Mayes, music by Emanuelino Pizzuto 
(Mrs. Robert Martin) & Robert Martin. 
91 1. Two acts. © Judith Mayes & 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Martin; 28Apr70; 
DU77101. 

THE GOLDEN CIRCLE, a fantastic farce by 
Robert Patrick. (In New American 
plays; edited & with an introd. by 
W. M. Hoffman. 1st ed. New York, 
Hill & Wang, v.3, p . [l69]-222) 
© Robert Patrick; 24-Mar70; A145461 . 

THE GOLDEN GOOSE, by Lois Wexler, music 
& lyrics by Sylvia Leon & Lois 
Wexler. 1 v. Nine scenes. © Lois 
J. Wexler & Sylvia Leon; 30Jun70; 
DU77572- 

THE GOLDEN HIPPY, a motion picture 
comedy by Hilary Clay Hicks. 99 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 28Nov6g, 
DU75871. NM: revisions. © Hilary 
Clay Hicks; 28jan70; DP7229. 

THE GOLDEN QUIRK, by William Schohl. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © William F. 
Schohl; 21Apr70; DU76969- 



THE GOLDEN SWWW0RD. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 25. 

GOLDFISH AND LANCELOT, a curtain- and 
hair-raiser by Armand H. Russo. 20 1. 
© Armand H. Russo; 15Jun70; DU77411. 

THE GOLDFISH FENCE, a one act play by 
Terri Hertel (Theresa Iwema Hertel) 
36 1. © Theresa Iwema Hertel; Uun70; 
DU77322- 

GOLDILOCKS AND HER THREE BARES, a play 
in two acts by Michael Abbazia. 1 v. 
© Michael J. Abbazia; 31Mar70; 
DU77099. 

GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS. See 
MISS G0LDI LOCKS. 

GOLGOTHA. See 

PORTRAIT WITH THREE PROFILES. 

GOOD CITIZEN. See 

JUAN VELEZ, A GOOD CITIZEN. 
THE GOOD LIFE, point-of-sale version 
written by F. William Holf ord . 
10 1. Script. Appl. author: Stride, 
Inc. ©Stride, Inc.; 24jun70; C23466. 

GOOD LISTENING LEADS TO LOANS. See 
CLUES TO CUSTOMERS. Record 3. 

GOOD LUCK, MEAGAN; written by Renate 
Fleischer Anderson. 100 1. 
A screenplay. © Renate Fleischer 
Anderson; 9Mar70; DU76549. 

GOOD MORNING, BLUES. See 
SONNY TERRY: A BETTER DAY. 

GOOD SOLDIER: SCHWEIK. See 
SCHWEIK. 

GOOD TIMES, an original screenplay by 
Vernon Goldsmith. 124- 1. © Vernon 
Goldsmith; l6Apr70; DU76935- 

GOOD VIBRATIONS, by Barry Lane. 26 1. 
A screenplay. © Barry Lane; l8Feb70; 
DU76389. 

GOODBYE, GOODBYE! By Michael Wayne 
Shires. 108 1. A screenplay. 
© Michael Wayne Shires; 17Apr70; 
DU76943 . 

GORDON CRAIG MEMORIAL LECTURE. See 

AFTER THE PRACTISE THE THEORY, 

GORDON CRAIG AND MOVEMENT. 

GORGO & ROROK; writer, June Aylward. 
2 sheets. (Commercial ID spots) 
Tape script. © June Aylward; 9Mar70; 
C22918. 

GOSPEL ACCORDING TO? See 
THE THEOLILOGY. 

GRAND AND GLORIOUS ORDER OF THE HILL- 
BILLY DEGREE; ritual by James R. 
Harris & Dewie Cochran, Jr. 4 1, 
© James R. Harris & Dewie Coch- 
ran, Jr.; 8Jun70; C23370. 

GRAND CEREMONIAL. See 
THEATRE III. 

THE GRAND DUCHESS OF GEROLSTEIN; operet- 
ta in three acts. Book by John Grim- 
sey & Phil Park after the original 
French of Meilhac & Halevy; lyrics by 
Phil Park; music by Jaques Offenbach; 
music adapted & arranged by Ronald 
Hanmer. London, J. Weinberger. 
108 p. Libretto. © Josef Weinberger, 
Ltd.; 29Dec69; DF2044 . 

LA GRANDE MASCARADE; fantaisie satirique 
en 3 actes et 7 tableaux, dont un pro- 
logue, by Alphonse Mex & Paul Roby. 
70 1. © Alphonse Mex & Paul Roby; 
3Feb70; DU76597. 

THE GRANDFATHER PARADOX, by R. E. Ste- 
phens. 83 1. (Visit to Terrestra 
no. 2, pt.2) A television play in 4 
acts. © Ruth E. Stephens; 23Mar70; 
DU76699. 



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GRANDMA! GRANDMA! A musical comedy, 
book & lyrics by Prue Holden (Mary 
P. Holden), music by Jean Tandowsky. 
1 v. Four scenes. © Mrs. Ralph 
Holden 8c Mrs. Ralph Tandowsky; 
22Jun70; DU77496. 

GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF COMPLEX 
NUMBERS. 4 1. Tape script. Appl . 
author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 13Apr70; C23138. 

GRAPHS OF FUNCTIONS. 3 1. Tape 

script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a. a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; C23169 ■ 

GRASS ROOTS, a screenplay by Tom 
Crehore, from the article Life and 
death of a commune called Oz, by 
Robert Houriet. 1st draft. 92 1. 
© Jeremy Ritzer, Ltd., lMay70; 
DU77 0^8 . 
GRASS ROOTS; screenplay by Tom Crehore. 
Final draft. 104 1. From the 
article Life and death of a commune 
called Oz, by Robert Houriet. Appl. 
states prev. reg. lMay70; DU77048. 
NM: complete revision. © Jeremy 
Ritzer, Ltd.; 3Jun70; DU77337. 

THE GRASS TRENCH, a filmscript by 
C. P. KLavacek. 135 1. © Charles 
Peter Hlavacek; 29Jun70; DU77568. 

THE GRATE OLD DAYS, by Marge Reed 
Ross Monroe Zemmer. 1 v. © Marge 
Reed Ross Monroe Zemmer; 29Jun70; 
C23513- 
GREAT ADVENTURE OF HIERONYMUS BARON VON 
MUNCHAUSEN. See 

THE MAGNIFICENT TRAVELS, ADVENTURES, 
CAMPAIGNS, LOVES, AND LIVES OF 
BARON MUNCHAUSEN. 

GREAT AGE OF FRESCO. See 

FRESCOS AT THE METROPOLITAN. 

GREAT AMERICAN DEEDS; authors: William 
A. Horner, Philip A. Olive & Ron 
Curtis. 30 1. © Learning Resources, 
Inc.; HMar70; C22916. 

GREAT AMERICAN DOCUMENTS; authors: 

William A. Horner, Robert H. Williams 
& Ron Curtis. 9 1. © Learning 
Resources, Inc.; HMar70; C22912. 

GREAT AMERICAN PATRIOTS; authors: 

William A. Horner, Philip A. Olive & 
Ron Curtis. 19 1- © Learning 
Resources, Inc.; HMar70; C22913- 

GREAT AMERICAN PLACES; authors: William 
A. Horner, Robert H. Williams & Ron 
Curtis. 14 1. © Learning Resources, 
Inc.; ilMar70; C229U- 

GREAT AMERICAN SONGS; authors: William 
A. Horner, Robert H. Williams & Philip 
A. Olive. 8l. © Learning Resources, 
Inc.; HMar70; C22915- 

GREAT AMERICAN SYMBOLS; authors: Robert 
H. Williams, Philip A. Olive & Ron 
Curtis. 13 1. © Learning Resources, 
Inc.; llMar70; C22914 . 

THE GREAT SOCIETY. See 
FIRING LINE. 8. 

GREAT TELEVISION PLAYS; selected by 
William I. Kaufman; introd. by Ned 
E. Hoopes. Laurel ed. New York, 
Dell Pub. Co. 301 p. (Dell, 3207) 
NM: introd., pref. & compilation. 
© William I. Kaufman; 17Apr69; 
A121841. 

THE GREAT. 

For other titles beginning with 
The great See LANCE LINK, 
SECRET CHIMP. 



THE GREATEST CHASE IN THE WORLD. See 
LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 34. 

THE GREEK ALPHABET. See 

TECHNICAL TYPEWRITING. Lesson 2. 

GREEK DRAMA SERIES. See 
THE BACCHAE. 
ION BY EURIPIDES. 
OEDIPUS THE KING. 

GREEK TEARS & ROMAN LAUGHTER; ten trag- 
edies and five comedies for schools 
edited by Albert Cullum, line drawings 
by Phillip Smith. New York, Citation 
Press. 319 p. NM: editorial revi- 
sion, additional text & illus. 
© Scholastic Magazines, Inc.; 13Feb70; 
A129332. 

THE GREEKS IN AMERICA. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

A GREEN OLIVE TREE, by A. Payne Hough. 
1 v. A play. © Alma P. Hough; 
12Jan70; DU76091. 

GREY SHARK; series created by 

Ernest A. Berger, Jr. 1 v. A screen- 
play. © Ernest Andrew Berger, Jr.; 
20Feb70; DU76405. 

A GRIM FAIRY TALE, N0.1, a play in 1 act 
by Beverly Bruce Havard (Beverly Ann 
Havard) 8c Marian Stanton, pseud, of 
Marian G. Johnson. 1 v. With lyrics. 
© Beverly Bruce Havard & Marian Stan- 
ton; l8Mar70; DU76637- 



THE GUYS FROM KAMA SUTRA, by Carl J. 
Furia. 14 1. A screenplay. © Carl 
J. Furia; 19Jan70; DU76505. 



H 



GRIPES OF ROTH HOMMAGE A PHILIP. See 
THE LATE SHOW. 

THE GRIPEVINE, by Sylvania Electric 
Products. 23 1. €> Sylvania Electric 
Products, Inc.; Uun70; DP7329- 

GROTESQUERIE, a one-act play by Harriet 
V. Ketchum. 10 1. © Harriet V. 
Ketchum; 20Aug69; DP7220. 

GROUP-HYPNOTIC SUGGESTIONS FOR EMOTIONAL 
PROBLEMS, by Joseph Illovsky. 2 1. 
© Joseph Illovsky; 29Jun70; C23518. 

GROWING UP, a musical comedy in two acts 
by Francis D. Fox. 1 v. © Francis D. 
Fox; 9Jun70; DU77359- 

THE GROWTH AND IMPORTANCE OF THE INDE- 
PENDENT PRODUCER; KEY FACTORS TO CON- 
SIDER IN NEGOTIATING A DEAL WITH THE 
PRODUCER, by Frederick A. Patmon. 
15 1. © Frederick A. Patmon; lMay70; 
C23218. 

GUERILLAS; Tragodie in 5 Akten by 
Rolf Hochhuth. [Ger.) Rowohlt 
Verlag. 219 p. © Rowohlt Verlag, 
G.M.B.H.; 15May70; DF2049. 

GUEST. See 

THE JUDGMENT, THE GUEST AND THE 
ZODIAC. 

GUIDANCE FOR THE PERPLEXED IN THE SEVEN- 
TIES, by George Snyder. 33 1. A lec- 
ture. © George Snyder; 22Jan70; 
C22879. 

GUITAR APTITUDE TEST, recording script 
with music specially arranged by 
George Barnes. 1 v. Appl. author: 
Billboard Publications, Inc. © Bill- 
board Publications, Inc.; 15Dec69; 
C22554. 

THE GUM-DROP TREE, by Travis Nagoomba, 
pseud, of John De Marco. 20 1. 
A play. © John De Marco; 13Apr70; 
DU76894 . 

DAS GUT STEPANTSCHIKOWO, von E. F. 
Burian & Karel Polacek; Kombdie in 
11 Bildern nach Dostojewski, aus 
dem Tschechischen ubertragen von 
Rolf Schneider. [Austria] Universal 
Edition. 124 p. NM: German trans- 
lation. © Universal Edition, A. G. ; 
19Novfc"9; DFO-1718. 



H IS FOR HEAVY; audio drama by Jory 
Sherman. 15 1. 6 Jory Sherman; 
9Mar70; DU76680. 

H2O-LLYWOOD. See 
THE SWIMMING POOL. 

H.U.A.C, a comedy by Fred Zlegellaub. 
2 v. Five scenes. © Fred Zlegellaub; 
13Jan70; DU76094 . 

HADRIAN'S WALL. See 
TALUS. 

HAIL AND FAREWELL, a play in three acts 
about the Roman poet Caius Valerius 
Catullus by Grant Code. 1 v. 
© Grant Code; l6Mar70; DU76612. 

HAIR; the American tribal love-rock mu- 
sical; book 8c lyrics by Gerome Ragni 
& James Rado; music by Gait MacDermot. 
New York, Pocket Books 205 P- T wo 
acts. Book 8c lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev, reg. 240ct66, DU67323 
© Gerome Ragni & James Rado; 5Nov69; 
DP7319. 

THE HAIRY MAN, by Jack Stokes. 32 1. 
A play. © Jack Tilden Stokes; 
6Apr70; DU76824. 

HALF A SLICE OF DECEPTION, by Don Shur 
& Donald Sinclair. 1 v. A tele- 
vision play. © Don Shur & Donald B. 
Sinclair; 9Mar70; DU76557 . 

THE HALF-DANES OF FINNSBURG AND HEOROT 
HALL, by Joseph C. Reino. 12 1. 
© Joseph C. Reino; 20May70; C23258. 

HALFWAY UP THE TREE, a comedy in three 
acts by Peter Ustinov. London, 
English Theatre Guild. 91 P- 
© Pavor, S.A.; 10Apr70 (in notices: 
1966 8= 197- ); DF2046. 

HALLELUJAH, I'M A BUM! An original 
screenplay by Dan Padraic O'Shea 
(Daniel P. O'Shea) 214 1. © Daniel 
P. O'Shea; 5Jan70; DU76064. 

HALLMARK HALL OF FAME. See 

NEITHER ARE WE ENEMIES. 

HALLOWEEN HORROR, by Donald J. Dill, 
Richard M. Bayrouty & Eli R. Haddad . 
5 1. © Donald J. Dill 8c Richard M. 
Bayrouty; 29Jun70; DU77508. 

THE HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN; or, The tales 
of Microlandia; or, The pumpkin in 
Microlandia. By Georges DuPor, 
pseud, of DuPort A. Georges. 52 1. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book k 
lyrics only. ©DuPort A. Georges: 
13May70; DU77102. 

HAMLET. See 

THREE TRAGEDIES. 

HAND NEUROPATHY AS DIAGNOSTIC CLUE TO 
DIABETES. 6 1. Dialog. Appl. 
author: Upjohn Co. Appl. ti.: 
Diabetes: Hand neuropathies as clues. 
© Upjohn Co.; 25Feb70; C228l8. 

A HANDFUL OF QUIETNESS; screenplay by 
Kit Jones (Christopher M. Jones) 
1st draft. 131 1. © Christopher M. 
Jones; l6Mar70; DU76543 . 

HANDICAPPED CHILDREN. See 

MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY: SITUATIONS 
CAUSING PROBLEMS IN FAMILY 
LIVING. 6. 

THE HANDS OF EURYDICE, a play in two 
acts for one actor by Pedro Bloch, 
translated by R. L. Moloney. 44 1. 
© Pedro Bloch; 26jan70; DU76185. 



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25 



HANDWRITING ANALYSIS AND APPLIED 
PSYCHOLOGY FOR BEGINNERS, a series 
of lectures given by Janina P. 
Danko. 30 1. © Janina P. Danko; 
22Jan70; C22574 . 

HANGUP, by C. L. Rinaldo. 66 1. 

A screenplay. © Carmen L. Rinaldo; 
5Mar70; DU76508. 

HANSEL AND GRETEL, by Lana Rae Shaw. 
1 v. A screenplay. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 12Jun67, DU69484 . NM: 
film version. © Lana Rae Shaw; 
l6Feb70; DU76374. 

THE HAPPIEST MADAM IN THE WORLD, a sex 
comedy; story & screenplay by Newton 
Dennis Arnold. 131 1. © Newton Den- 
nis Arnold; 20Mar70; DU76671. 

HAPPINESS, by Sammy Shore & Rudy DeLuca. 
5 1. Appl. authors: Rudy DeLuca & 
United Artists Music Co., Inc., em- 
ployer for hire of Sammy Shore. 
© United Artist Music Co., Inc.; 
lMay70; C23352. 

HAPPINESS IS LOVING YOU; words and music 
by Chuck Harrod . Sheet. © Executive 
Music Co.; 17Nov69; C22724. 

HAPPY END, a comedy by Dorothy Lane, 
pseud, of Bertolt Brecht, with songs 
by Bertolt Brecht (Eugen Berthold 
Friedrich Brecht) & Kurt Weill; Eng- 
lish version of the book: Leo Kerz; 
English version of the prologue & 
songs: Eric Bentley. 1 v. Three 
acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 8jun64 , DU60541. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Leo 
Kerz & Eric Bentley; 9Jun70; DU77361. 

HAPPY HUNTING FOR CHECKING ACCOUNTS. 
See 
CLUES TO CUSTOMERS. Record 2. 

HAPPY NEW YEAR ANYWAY. See 

THE DOGS; OR, 'THE PARIS COMEDY AND 
TWO OTHER PLAYS: CHRIS SICK; OR 
HAPPY NEW YEAR ANYWAY, MAKING MONEY, 
AND NINETEEN OTHER VERY SHORT PLAYS. 

HAPPYNING. See 
NOW. 



HARA-KIRI. 
THEATRE. 



See 



THE HARD HATS, a play in three acts by 
M. K. Kulikowski. 93 1- © M. K. 
Kulikowski; Uun70; DU77327 • 

THE HARDER RIGHT, by Charles Gold- 

schmidt. 43 l. A play in 3 acts. 

© Charles Goldschmidt; 15Jun70; 

DU77385. 
THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE. See 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
Record 10. 

HARLEQUINADE, a play in three acts by 
Stephen C. Magowan. 1 v. © Stephen 
C. Magowan; 24Jun70; DU77526. 

HARRY THE HERO, a multi-media comedy by 
Jules E. Tasca. 82 1. Three acts. 
© Jules E. Tasca; 3Jun70; DU77341. 

HAS THE REPUBLICAN PARTY ANYTHING TO 
OFFER. See 
FIRING LINE. 108. 

HATBORO FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN., 
by Eugene Robert Tanz. Sheet. 
© Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency; 
HFeb70; C22684 . 

HATLEY HOUSE, a comedy in three acts 
by Daniel J. Fleischhacker. 117 1. 
© Daniel James Fleischhacker; 9Feb70: 
DU76309. 

THE HAUNTED HONEYMOON, a new three-act 
mystery-comedy by Jonathan Troy. New 
York, Dramatists Play Service. 83 p. 
© Jonathan Troy; 5May70; DP7327- 



HAUTS. DE HURLE-VENT. See 
THEATRE III. 

HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SPEECH- 
COMMUNICATION EXAMINATION; audio 
script by Paul Heinberg & others. 
20 1. © Paul Heinberg, Arthur Cola- 
darci, L. S. Harms & Burton Byers; 
12May70; C23243. 

HE MARRIED A WHORE! A musical-comedy 
play by Herbert H. Hutner & Sally 
Thielen. 1 v. Six scenes. Book 
only. © Herbert H. Hutner & Sally 
Thielan; 9Feb70; DU76314. 

HE WANTS SHIH, by Rochelle Ower.j (Ro- 
chelle Owens Economou) 36 1 . A play 
in 3 scenes. © Rochelle Owens; 
27May70; DU77307 . 

HE WHO HAS AN EAR, a rock musical in 
three acts by Susanne, pseud, of Elyse 
D. Donathan; based on the Book of Rev- 
elation. 1 v. © Elyse D. Donathan; 
4May70; DU77053. 

HE WHO KILLED THE DEER, by Elizabeth 
Vickerman (Sarah Elizabeth Vickerman) 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Sarah Eliz- 
abeth Vickerman; 6May70; DU77085. 

THE HEADMASTER, by John Terrence Reilly. 
6 1. © John Terrence Reilly; 12Mar70; 
C22901. 

HEADSTREAM, a comedy of the absurd by 
Andrea Karchmer. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Andrea Rita Karchmer; 
12Jan70; DU76089. 

THE HEART FARM; original story and 
screenplay by Henry Denker. 126 1. 
© Henry Denker; 17Feb70; DU76383. 

THE HEART OF CHRISTMAS; lyrics & con- 
cept: Irving Re id, pseud, of Irving 
Rifkin; music by Ira Kosloff; book by 
Harold Swiss. 2 v. Screenplay. 
© Harold Swiss, Irving Rifkin & Ira 
Kosloff; 22Jun70; DU77472- 

THE HEARTH, a film by John Wise. 
80 1. © John D. Wise; 5Feb70; 
DU76285. 

HEATHEN PIPER, a tragedy in two acts 
by Michael McGrinder. 106 1. 
© Michael McGrinder; 8jan70; DU76075. 

HEAVEN AIN'T THURSDAY, a comedy in two 
acts by James Gillio O'Brien, pseud. 
of James Gilio. 2 v. © James Gillio 
O'Brien; 15Jun70; DU77408. 

HEAVEN BLESS MEL A musical play; book, 
music & lyrics by Kelly Hamilton. 
1 v. Two acts. Based on Moliere's 
Tartuffe. © Kelly Hamilton; 26May70; 
DU77229. 

HEAVEN IS NO CIRCUS, a comedy in one 
act by Therese Milner. 15 1. 
© Therese Milner (Mrs. F. D. Milner); 
5Feb70; DU76286. 

THE HEAVENS KNOW MY LOVES, by Hazel L. 
Cottington. Sheet. © Hazel L. Cot- 
tington; 23Mar70; C23101. 

HEGEL. See 

SERIES A. Lecture 13. 

HEH; original story & screenplay by 
John Bonanno & Robert Ma.dero. 60 1. 
© Robert Madero 8c John Bonanno; 
9Mar70; DU76553. 

HEIDI; original musical adaptation; 

script revisions by Patricia Chadwick , 
Arlene Jordan & Mary Beth Bridegam; 
original music by Patricia Chadwick. 
1 v. Based on the book of the same 
title by Johanna Spyri. © Patricia 
Chadwick; 9Mar70; DU76640. 

THE HEIR HUNTERS; original screenplay 
by Kevin Davis. 96 1. © Kevin 
Robert Davis; 29Jun70; DU77565- 



HELEN, a musical book by Lucia Victor, 
^st draft. 1 v. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Lucia Victor; 
21Jan70; DU76212. 

HELLO, ALBERT, by Lillian Hara. 10 1. 
A play. © Lillian Hara; 19May70; 
DU77219. 

HELLO, BOB! WE'VE BEEN EXPECTING YOU! 
By James Inman. 125 1. A play. 
© James Inman; 20Feb70; DU76403. 

HELLO PAPA, an original comedy act, 
script for personal appearance by 
Barney Post. 11 1. © Barney Post; 
27Feb70; DU76453. 

HELLS ANGELS, EAST, an original screen 
play by Nicholas Cosentino. 1 v. 
© Nicholas Cosentino; lApr70; DU76767 . 

HELP STAMP OUT FAIRPLAY; original story 
& screenplay by Gary Carr. 202 1. 
© Clyce Properties; 12Jun70; DU77362. 

HENRY AND THE MIMSIES, by Joanna Russ. 
32 1. A play in 2 scenes. © Joanna 
Russ; 13Feb70; DU76335. 

HERE COMES THE ICEMAN! Created by Jane 
Chambers. Screenplays. © Jane 
Chambers . 
Episode no. 

1. Celebration in living color. 
© 22May70; DU77253- 

2. The price of dignity. © 22May70; 
DU77252. 

THE HERETIC, a play in three acts by 
Morris L. West; illus. by Terry M. 
Fehr (Tony Fehr ) New York, W. Morrow. 
160 p. © Morris L. West; 13Dec69; 
DP7254 . 

HEROD AND MARIAMNE, a one-act play by 
Abraham Grossman. 10 1. © Abraham 
Grossman; 5Mar70; DU76509. 

HEROINE, by Hamilton Benz; general ed., 
Robert Hogan. Dixon, Calif., 
Proscenium Press. 32 p. (The Lost 
play series, no. 7) Three acts. 
© Hamilton Benz; 8Dec69; DP8324. 

THE HEXAGON, by Stephen Friedland. 
Sheet. © Jingle House Music Corp.; 
30Mar70; C23034 . 

HEY YOU, LIGHT MAN! A play in two 
acts by Oliver Hailey. Acting ed. 
Dramatists Play Service. 7^ P- Appl. 
states prev. reg. HJul6l, DU53539 & 
prev. pub. 1964. © Oliver Hailey; 
28Apr70; DP7292- 

HIGH, a comedy by Alan Rossett, pseud, 
of Howard Alan Ross. 79 1- A play 
in 2 acts. © Howard Alan Ross; 
20Feb70; DU76401. 

THE HIGH ROAD; screenplay by Barry 
Kessler & Karen Quillman (Karen 
Kessler) 66 1. © Barry Kessler & 
Karen Kessler; 6May70; DU77083. 

HINDU ROPE TRICK EXPLAINED. See 
WHAT TIME IS IT. 

THE HINTS OF INCENSE, a play in three 
acts by C. Faust. 65 1. © Clive 
John Faust; 4Feb70; DU76278. 

HIP MILES; or, Speak for yourself, John. 
By Lord Buckley (Richard M. Buckley) 
& Lyle Griffin. 3 1. © Lyle M. Grif- 
fin; 10Nov69; C22491. 

THE HIPPIES. See 
FIRING LINE. 113. 

HIPPITY WHUMP: A PIECE OF EASTER GLOOM 
FOR DRAMACHOIR, by Jack Stokes. 22 1. 
A play. © Jack Tilden Stokes; 
15Jun70; DU77420. 

THE HIPPY INVASION, a play in two acts 

by Fred Schlick. Vashnon, Wash., 

Fred Schlick Pub. Co. 22 1. © Fred 

Schlick; 13Feb70; DP7314. 



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THE HIRED GIRL, a play in one act by 
Mildred Murphy (Mildred Murphy Pond) 
12 1. © Mildred Murphy; 13May70; 
DU77173- 

HIS EXCELLENCY, by Arthur W. Epstein. 
39 1. A play. © Arthur W. Epstein; 
5Jan70; DU76063. 

HIS WIPE'S HABIT; screenplay by Joy N. 
Houck, Jr., Robert A. Weaver, Sr., 
& Albert J. Salzer; adapted from an 
idea by Joy N. Houck. 97 1. 
© Joy-Oke Productions, Inc.; 6Feb70; 
DU76297. 

HISTORICAL INDIAN DRESS REVIEW, by Marie 
Cerday Cox. 1 v. Narration. 
© Marie Cerday Cox (Mrs. James M. 
Cox); 30Jun70; C23529- 

HISTORICAL INDIAN DRESS REVIEW PRESENTED 
FOR HASKELL INDIAN DRESS REVUE; script 
by Marie Cerday Cox. 1 v. © Marie 
Cerday Cox (Mrs. James M. Cox); 
30Jun70; C23530. 

HISTORY AND CULTURE. See 

SEEING THE ANDES COUNTRIES. 

HISTORY OF AMERICAN EDUCATION. See 
SCRIPTS FOR RECORDED LECTURE COURSE, 
HISTORY OF AMERICAN EDUCATION. 

HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION, 1715 TO PRES- 
ENT; scripts for recorded lecture 
course by Judah Adelson. 1 v. Appl. 
authors: Institute for, Universal 
Studies, Inc. & Judah Adelson. 
© Institute for Universal Studies, 
Inc.; 7May70; C23256. 

THE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN FLAG. See 
OLD GLORY. 

HIZZONER, THE JOKER. See 

BATMAN: HIZZONER, THE JOKER. 

HOBBES. See 

SERIES A. Lecture 10. 

HOGWASH. See 

THREE METAPHYSICAL ETCHINGS. 

HOLIDAY POEMS; written by Patricia 

Adams. 1 v. Appl. states song lyric 
prev. reg. 22Apr69, EU111557- KM: ad- 
ditions. © Patricia L. Adams; 
13Feb70; C22737 . 

■HOLLYWOOD 70; pieza en diez cuadros por 
Leopoldo Hernandez. 65 1. s P anls ^„ 
© Leopoldo Hernandez; 4May70; DU77064 . 

HOLMEYER'S BRIDGE, a film by Hal Acker- 
man (Harold Ackerman) 87 1. © Harold 
Ackerman; l8Feb70; DU76392- 

HOMBRE, by John R. Landin. 2 1. 
© John R. Landin; 2Apr70; C23233. 

HOME BEFORE DARK, a play in two acts 
by Jane Erickson. 81 1. © Jane 
Erickson; 19Mar70; DU76644. 

HOME IS WHERE THE HEADACHE IS (Just like 

True Confessions) A comedy in three 

acts by Joanne S. Bickow. 1 v. Appl. 

states prev. reg. 12Aug68, DU72424. 

NM: additions. © Joanne S. Bickow; 

31Dec69; DU76051. 
HOME MONSTER, a fantasy by Stan Thomas. 

1 v. © Stan Thomas; l6Mar70; 

DU76613. 

HOMER TWICE REMOVED, by Bernhard 
Frank. Moving Achilles; Homing 
Odysseus. 120 1. Two plays. 
© Bernhard Frank; 24jun70; DU77525- 

HOMER'S ILIAD: A MODERN TRAGEDY, a 
theatre piece by Robert Andrew 
Bonnard. 39 1. © Robert Andrew 
Bonnard; 27Apr70; DU77008. 

HOMER'S REDEMPTION, by John A. Ivey. 
39 1. A play in 3 acts. © John 
Arthur Ivey; 6May70; DU77082. 

HOMING ODYSSEUS. See 
HOMER TWICE REMOVED. 



THE HONEST-TO-GOD SCHNOZZOLA, a play 
by Israel Horovitz. 60 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 28oct68, DU35626. 
NM: additions. © Israel Horovitz; 
15Jan70; DP7251- 

HONEY, I'M HOME, a comedy in three acts 
by Paul Sekulich with the assistance 
of Earle Edgerton. 6l 1. A play. 
© Paul Benjamin Sekulich; 4Mar70; 
DU76488. 

HONKY LOVER. See 
TIM WHOSOEVER. 

HOOT GIBSON IN THE YEAR 2000; or, What 
to do while waiting for the axe to 
fall; or, On a clear day you can see 
fog in Oognito. A token farce in 
one act by John Doe, collective pseud, 
of Douglas Schultz, Ernest Smith, 
John Steinmetz & James Stine. 1st. 
ed . Fresno, Calif., Perma Press. 
32 1. © John Doe, collective pseud, 
of Douglas Schultz, Ernest Smith, 
John Steinmetz & James Stine; 10Jul69; 
DP7213. 

HOPI AND ZUNI INDIAN DRAMA, A trial 
formulation, by Carol Anne Reckner 
Munson. 72 1. Lecture. © Carol 
Anne Reckner Munson; 13Jan70; 
C22573. 

HOPPY, by Fred Gavin (Frederick Joseph 
Gavin) 66 1. © Frederick Joseph 
Gavin; 24Feb70; C23089. 

HORSEFACE, a play in one act by Eula 0. 
Jack. 1 v. © Eula 0. Jack; 17Feb70; 
DU76377 - 

HORUS; libretto, grand opera by Gabriel 
v. Wayditch; English rendition by 
Ivan Walter v. Wayditch. 1 v. One 
act. English & Hungarian. © Ivan 
Walter von Wayditch; 17Feb70; 
DU76927 ■ 

HOSPITAL FIRE SERIES. See 

HOW TO REACT TO FIRE ON A PATIENT 
UNIT. 
HOSPITALITY SUITE, a play in two acts 
by Marie Mel. Warren. 22 1, © Marie 
Mel. Warren (Mrs. Frederick H. War- 
ren); 20Apr70; DU76952. 

HOT BLOWS THE WIND, by Esther B. Glaser. 
1 v. A musical play in 3 acts. 
© Esther B. Glaser; 3OJan70; DU76233. 

HOTEL DE DREAM. See 
FACADES . 

HOUSE BY THE STABLE, 
in one act for sol 
& small orchestra 
Delavan, Jr. Ann 
Microfilms Library 
film. (Doctoral d 
Adapted from the p 
Williams. NM: mus 
Macon Delavan, Jr 



a Christmas opera 
voices, chorus 
by Erin Macon 
Arbor, University 

Services. Micro- 
issertation series) 
lay by Charles 
ic & pref . © Erin 
; 27Feb70; DP7353 ■ 



A HOUSE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT, a 
play in one act by Ann Rosenberg. 
13 1. © Ann Rosenberg; 19Jan70; 
DU76135. 

THE HOUSE OF BORGIA, a revenge melodrama 
in verse by Bruce H. Boyer. 1 v. 
Five acts. © Bruce H. Boyer; 12Jan70; 
DU76210. 

THE HOUSE THAT GEORGE BUILT, a play in 
one act by Mildred Murphy (Mildred 
Murphy Pond) 16 1. © Mildred Murphy; 
13May70; DU77174. 

HOW A MAN'S WIFE AFFECTS HIS WORK AS A 
SALESMAN . See 

[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 
RECORDINGS] Unit 4, sides 1 & 2. 

HOW LONG? NOT LONG, by Martin Luther 
King, Jr. 10 1. © Estate of Martin 
Luther King, Jr.; 7Jan70; C22508. 

HOW LONG, OH LORD, by Arthur Nasika, 
pseud, of Athanasios Sarmaniotes, 
adapted for the stage by Helen 
Savaron, and further adaptations by 
Arthur Nasika. 103 1. Three acts. 



Appl. states prev. reg. 23Sep66, 
DU67034. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Arthur Hasika (Athanasios Sarman- 
iotes); Uuri70; DU77331- 

HOW MUCH, HOW MUCH? A play in two acts 
by Peter Keveson. 1 v. © Peter 
Keveson; 15Jun70; DU77417. 

HOW QUIET HELPS. See 

GETTING ALONG IN SCHOOL. 

HOW THEY WON, by Jeffrey Race. 59 1. 
Lecture. © Jeffrey Race; lMay70; 
C23220. 

HOW TO BE A BOSS. See 

TO KNOW SOMETHING IS TO BE SOMEBODY. 

HOW TO DIE IN STYLE AND NOT CARE. See 
CELIA WHITE DOVE. 

HOW TO FIGHT A FIRE IN YOUR LAB. 

4 1. Appl. author: Situational 
Training" Corp. © Situational Train- 
ing Corp.; 30Mar7O; C23044 . 

HOW TO FIGHT FIRE IN YOUR PATIENT AREA. 

5 1. Appl. author: Situational 
Training Corp. © Situational Train- 
ing Corp.; 3OMar70; C23037 . 

HOW TO MAKE A WOMAN, by Stan Edelson 

& Barbara Edelson. 57 1 ■ A play. 

© Caravan Theatre, Inc.; l6Mar70; 

DU76548. 

HOW TO PREVENT FIRE AND EXPLOSION IN 
THE OPERATING ROOM. * 1. Appl. 
author: Situational Training Corp. 
© Situational Training Corp.; 
30Mar70; C23040. 

HOW TO PREVENT FIRE IN YOUR PATIENT 
AREA, 3 1. Appl. author: Situation- 
al Training Corp. © Situational 
Training Corp.; 30Mar70; C23C41. 

HOW TO PROTEST. See 
FIRING LINE. 56. 
HOW TO REACT TO A FIRE IN YOUR LAB. 

4 1. Appl. author: Situational 
Training Corp. © Situational Training 
Corp.; 30Mar70; C23039. 

HOW TO REACT TO FIRE IN THE OPERATING 
ROOM. 4 1. Appl. author: Situa- 
tional Training Corp. © Situational 
Training Corp.; 30Mar70; C23043. 

HOW TO REACT TO FIRE IN YOUR PATIENT 
AREA. 5 1. Appl. author: Situation- 
al Training Corp. © Situational 
Training Corp.; 30Mar70; C23O38. 

HOW TO REACT TO FIRE ON A PATIENT UNIT. 

6 1. (Hospital fire series) Appl. 
author: Situational Training Corp. 

© Situational Training Corp.; 8jan70; 
C22509. 

HOW TO REACT TO YOUR HOSPITAL ALARM. 

5 1. Appl. author: Situational 
Training Corp . © Situational Train- 
ing Corp.; 30Mar70; C23042. 

HOW TO STAY ALIVE IN VIETNAM. See 
PACE. 

HOW TO SURVIVE IN COLLEGE (Cassette 

program) Cassette text written & com- 
piled by Edwin F. Casebeer, Jr. 
I63 1. © Anacomp, Inc.; 8Dec69; 
C22929. 

HOW TO SURVIVE JUST IN CASE THE BOMB 
DOESN'T DROP, an original screenplay 
by Ben Schlossberg, Jr. 155 1- 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 10Jul6S, DU74807. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Ben 
Schlossberg, Jr.; 24jun70; DU7754 : t . 

HOW TO TRAVEL IN RUSSIA. See 
TIPS ON TOVARISHCHI. 

HOW WINDOWS GET WASHED. See 
THREE METAPHYSICAL ETCHINGS. 

HOW YOUR MIND CAN KEEP YOU WELL, by 
Roy Masters. 5 1. Lecture. © Roy 
Masters; 8May70; C23315. 



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HOW YOUR MIND CAN KEEP YOU WELL, by Roy 
Masters. 1 v. Recording script. NM: 
additions & revisions, © Roy Masters; 
8May70; 023292. 

HOW'S YOUR LOVE LIFE? Original screen- 
play by Russel Vincent. 114 1. Appl, 
author: Sportfilms, Inc., employer for 
hire. © Sportfilms, Inc.; 20Apr70; 
DU76948. 

HUCKLEBERRY; book & lyrics by Robert S. 
Viencek; based on Mark Twain's Huck- 
leberry Finn. 16 1 . A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert S. Vien- 
cek; HDec69; DU76110. 

HUMBUG, a fast-moving musical comedy in 
two acts; music & lyrics by Betty 
Utter & George Campbell; book by 
Ann Pugh. 1 v. © Ann Pugh, Betty 
Utter & George Campbell; 20Jan70; 
DU76203. 



HUME . See 
SERIES A. 



Lecture 9. 



HUMPTY DUMPTY HAD A GREAT FALL, the 
true story of the sensational Fatty 
Arbuckle case, by Allan David & Leo 
Guild. 164 1. A screenplay. © Allan 
David; 4Jan70; DU76541 . 

HUNGARIANS IN AMERICA. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

THE HUNTER, by Murray Mednick, illus . 
by Domenick Capobianco. Indianapolis, 
Bobbs-Merrill. 86 p. Three parts. 
© Murray Mednick; 12Nov69; DP7263. 

HURRICAN FOR HER SAKE, a comedy for 
the post-absurdist theater by Ferenc 
Dunai. 56 1. Two acts. © Ferenc 
Dunai; l8May70; DU77208. 

HURRICANE OF THE EYE, by Emanuel 
Peluso. Dramatists Play Service. 
39 p. 10 1/2 scenes. © Emanuel 
Peluso; 5Dec69; DP7207. 

HURT TILL YOU LAUGH, a play by Lloyd 
Gold. 87 1. Three acts. © Lloyd 
Gold; 12Jun70; DU77403. 

HUSH! HUSH! A one act spoof by Peter 
DiLeo. 24 1. © Peter DiLeo; 9Apr70; 
DU76855 . 

HUSH, NO ONE IS LISTENING, by Grace 
Cavalieri. Downers Grove, 111., 
Contemporary Drama Service. 17 p. 
Appl. author: Arthur Meriwether, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc.; 9Jan70; DP7260. 

THE HUZZY, by Mars Hill. 40 1. A 
play. © Mars Andrew Hill; 2Decb9; 
DU76239- 

HYMN, a play in one act by Jean Nuch- 
tern. 13 1. © Jean Nuchtern; 
30Mar70; DU76745 . 

HYPE, a comedy with music in two acts 
by Avery Corman. 138 1. Book & 
lyrics only. NM: additions. 
© Avery Corman; 3Feb70; DU76255- 



I 



I DON'T DRINK WINE. See 
D-D-D-D-DRACULA. 

I DON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT ART, BUT I KNOW 
WHAT I LIKE, a screenplay by Edmund 
Penney & John Crawford. 66 1. 
© John Crawford & Edmund Penney; 
6Apr70; DU76820. 

I DON'T KNOW WHERE I'M GOING, BUT I'M ON 
MY WAY, by Martin Stern. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
In the cave of the Minotaur. NM: ad- 
ditions & revisions. © Martin Stern; 
2Jan70; DU76104. 



I GET THAT FUNNY FEELING; written by 
Armand P. Schaubroeck. 5 1. © Kack 
Klick, Inc.; 23Mar70; C22985 ■ 

I KNOW YOU AQUARIUS; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 1 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22651. 

I KNOW YOU ARIES; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 11. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22658. 

I KNOW YOU CANCER; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 11. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22645. 

I KNOW YOU CAPRICORN; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 1 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22632. 

I KNOW YOU GEMINI; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 11. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22639. 

I KNOW YOU LEO; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 11. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22626. 

I KNOW YOU LIBRA; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 11. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22603. 

I KNOW YOU PISCES; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 1 1. ©Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22610. 

I KNOW YOU SAGITTARIUS; written by 
Jacques Wilson. 11. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22597. 

I KNOW YOU SCORPIO; written by Jacques 

Wilson. 11. © Almo Music Corp.; 

19Jan70; C22614 . 
I KNOW YOU TAURUS; written by Jacques 

Wilson. 1 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 

19Jan70; C22577- 

I KNOW YOU VIRGO; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 11. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22584 . 

I LIKE TO CALL IT COMMUNITY MUSIC 
TEACHING METHOD. See 
BRIEF EXPLANATION OF THE OTEY METHOD. 

I LOVE YOU, by Ralph Scholl. 68 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Ralph Scholl; 
17Feb70; DU76382. 

I WANT YOU THERE; words and music by 
Chuck Harrod. Sheet. © Executive 
Music Co.; 17Nov69; C22725 . 

I WASN'T LISTENING, a play in two acts 
by John Hazelton. Berkeley, Calif., 
McCutchan Pub. Corp. 56 p. NM: 
textual matter. © John Hazelton; 
15Nov69; AI60638 

I WONDER, a monologue by Emilie 
Greenough Stehli. 3 1. © Emilie 
Greenough Stehli; 27May70; C23293. 

I WONDER, a music-drama by Ronald K. 
Wells; orchestrations by Don Sturrock, 
piano accompaniment arranged by Pat 
Dillard & Don Sturrock. 9 v. © Cre- 
scendo Music Publications; 30ct69; 
DP7286. 

ICARUS, a comedy in three acts by 

Gaylord T. Meech. 122 1. © Gaylord 
T. Meech; 5Jun70; DU77353 . 

ICE CREAM MELTS, by Patricia Vestal. 
54 1. A play in 2 acts. © Patricia 
Ann Vestal; 19May70; DU77217. 

ICHABOD! A musical dreamplay in three 
acts written by Barbara Seiden 
(Barbara Rasmussen) adapted from The 
legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington 
Irving. Rev. Feb. 5, 1970. 101 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Barbara Ras- 
mussen; Uun70; DU77329. 

I'D GO TO HEAVEN IF I WAS GOOD, a drama 
in three acts by Carole Leslie Thomp- 
son. 1 v. © Carole Leslie Thompson; 
l6Mar70; DU76608. 



IDA THE INDOMITABLE, a high class soap 
opera by Norman Beim. 1 v. A play 
in nine scenes . © Norman Beim; 
8May70; DU77093- 

THE IDEA MAN STARTS TO ROLL THE WAVES 
BACK IN, by Michael J. Hennessey. 
Sheet. © Michael J. Hennessey; 
30Mar70; C23030. 

THE IDEAL READING SERIES. Scripts in 
this series are by various authors, 
Appl. ti. : Ideal structured reading 
tapes, © Ideal School Supply Co, 
Tape no, 

2815-1 — 2815-10. Vowel enrichment, 
by Roberta La Coste, Dorothy L. 
Craig & Alvera B. Meighan. 
© 22Apr70; C23199. 
2825-1--2825-9. Word function and 
sentence patterns, by Roberta La 
Coste. © 22Apr70; C23200, 

IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED, by 
Spencer Preston. 22 1. A screen- 
play. © Spencer Preston; 2Feb70; 
DU76263. 

IF YOUR STOMACH HAD A MOUTH, WHAT WOULD 
IT SAY? A full length play in two 
acts by Ruth Greening. 1 v. A pri- 
meaval fantasy of Gandhi, his family, 
& the family of man. © Ruth Greening; 
2Mar70; DU76466. 

ILE MYSTERIEUSE. See 

THE ESCAPE, BY BALLOON, FROM 
RICHMOND, I865. 

ILIAD. See 

HOMER'S ILIAD: A MODERN TRAGEDY. 

THE ILLUSION OF MISTER NEAT, by r.a.g. 
Pintane. 39 1. A screenplay. 
© r.a.g. Pintane; l6Apr70; DU76884 . 

IMAGE, a screenplay by Kathleen M. Sid- 
ney. 39 1. © Kathleen Marion Sidney; 
l8May70; DU77211. 

THE IMAGINARY INVALID. See 
DO IT YOURSELF. 
SHOW ME WHERE THE GOOD TIMES ARE. 

IMAGINARY NUMBERS. 5 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 13Apr70; 
C23145 • 

THE IMMORTAL, a play in three acts by 
M. Ada Braun. 1 v. © Ada M. Braun; 
2Feb70; DU76246. 

AN IMMORTAL DREAM, a litany of commit- 
ment in memory of Dr. Martin Luther 
King, Jr. by J. Coleman Williams. 
Sheet. © J. Coleman Williams; 
19May69; C23313- 

LES IMMORTELLES; piece en deux actes 
et dix tableaux by Pierre Bourgeade. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 59 P- (Le Man- 
teau d'arlequin) © Editions Galli- 
mard; 25Mar70; DF0-1742. 

IN A NUTSHELL, by Redd Foxx. 5 1. Mon- 
olog. © Lois Pub. Co.; 26jan70; 
C22559. 

IN AGAIN, OUT AGAIN PENGUIN. See 

BATMAN: IN AGAIN, OUT AGAIN PENGUIN. 

IN BETWEEN. See 
THE MASK. 

IN BOTH HANDS, a three act play by 
Annetta Jefferson. 43 1. © Annetta 
Jefferson; Uul70; DU77516. 

IN LOVE, AQUARIUS? Written by Jacques 
Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22656. 

IN LOVE, ARIES? Written by Jacques 
Wilson. 11. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22643. 



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IN LOVE, CANCER? Written by Jacques 
Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22650. 

IN LOVE, CAPRICORN? Written by Jacques 
Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22637. 

IN LOVE, GEMINI? Written by Jacques 
Wilson. 1 1. ©Almo Music Corp.; 
~19Jan70; C22624. 

IN LOVE LEO? Written by Jacques Wilson. 
2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 19Jan70; 
C22601. 
IN LOVE, LIBRA? Written by Jacques 
Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22608. 

IN LOVE PISCES? Written by Jacques 
Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22595- 

IN LOVE, SAGITTARIUS? Written by 
Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22~6l2. 

IN LOVE, SCORPIO? By Jacques Wilson. 
2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 19Jan70; 
C22619. 

IN LOVE TAURUS? Written by Jacques 
Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22582. 

IN LOVE, VIRGO? Written by Jacques 
Wilson. 1 1. ©Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22586. 

IN MEMORIUM, by Harvey Jacobs & David 
Martin. Sheet. Dialogue. ©United 
Artists Music Co., Inc. & Daylark 
Music, Inc.; 4May70; C23212. 

IN THE BEGINNING, by R. W. Packer. 8 1. 
© Robert W. Packer; 8Apr70; C23076. 

IN THE BEGINNING. See 

IT'S ONLY A FOUR LETTER WORD. 

IN THE BERSERKER BOAT, by Jack Kim- 
brough. 34 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Jack Kimbrough; l4Apr70; DU76912. 

IN THE CAVE OP THE MINOTAUR. See 

I DON'T KNOW WHERE I'M GOING, BUT I'M 
ON MY WAY. 

IN THE GARDEN, by Robert Berger. 14 1. 
A play. Appl. states prev. reg. 
1969. NM: revision. © Robert Berger; 
HFeb70; DU7655O. 

IN THE HINTERLAND, by Donald Taylor. 
29 1. A screenplay. © Donald 
Taylor; HMar70; DU/6574. 

IN THE PLAIN DAYLIGHT OF THE TEMPERATE 
ZONE, by Stanley Marcus. 94 1- 
A play. © Stanley Marcus; 10Apr70; 
DU76869. 

IN THIS OUR TIME, a 2 act play by 

L. Stockham. 82 1. © Linda J. Stock - 
ham; 27Jan70; DU76197. 

IN VICTORY, DEFEAT, by Kenneth E. 
Borrowdale. 126 1. A screenplay. 
© Kenneth E. Borrowdale; 27Apr70; 
DU77012. 

THE IN VIRTO WORLD, a play in four acts 
by Marcy Von Kohorn . 68 1 . © Marcy 
Von Kohorn; 290ct69; DP7243. 

INCH BY INCH. See 

BLACK'S PRE -SCHOOL FUN. 

INCOME TAX FOR UNCLE JED, by Merritt 
Jordan. Sheet. Recitation. 
© Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.; 10Apr70; 
C23175- 

THE INCOMPLETE WORKS OF A SILENT MINOR- 
ITY, by Hobart V. Hays. 1 v. A play. 
© Hobart V. Hays; 13Feb70; DU76331. 



DRAMAS 



AN INDIAN CALLED TWO WORLDS, by L. 
Stockham. Revision no.l. 85 1. 
A screenplay. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 16JU169, DU74874. © Linda J. 
Stockham; 23Mar70; DU76689. 

INDIANS, a play by Arthur Kopit. New 
York, Hill & Wang. 9* P. (A Spot- 
light dramabook, 1218) Thirteen 
scenes. © Arthur Kopit; 25Nov69; 
DP723t. 

THE INDIANS ARE COMING. 1 v. A screen- 
play. Appl. author: Jack Rosenberg, 
employer for hire. © H. S. Liu; 
5Feb70; DU76582. 

THE INDIANS IN AMERICA. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

INDIGO, a comedy in nine scenes by 

Steve Sekely & Peter Berneis. 105 1. 
© Steve Sekely & Peter Berneis; 
12Jan70; DU76"339. 

INDIGO, a play in 8 scenes by Steve 
Sekely & Peter Berneis. 102 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 12Jan70, 
DU76339. NM: additions & revisions. 
S Steve Sekely & Peter Berneis; 
29Jun70; DU77549- 

THE ■ INDOMITABLE ETHAN ALLEN; historical 
drama in 3 acts by Bertha Marie Clark. 
114 1. © Bertha Marie Clark; l6Feb7C; 
DU76371. 

THE INDUCTION, a farce in one act by 
Dennis E. Noble. lG 1. © Dennis E. 
Noble; 13Apr70; DU76897 ■ 

INDUSTRY, MINING AND TRADE. See 
SEEING THE ANDES COUNTRIES. 

INEQUALITIES. 10 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt . San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 13Apr70; 
C23151. 

TUFOCORD AUDIO-TOUR. See 
PASADENA-PART II. 

INGA, II, by Vernon Becker & Joe Sarno. 
67'l. A screenplay. ©Unicorn 
Enterprises, Inc.; 22Dec69; DU76463- 

AN INSPECTOR CALLS. See 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 1. 

THE INSPECTOR GENERAL, a satiric farce 
by Michael A. Del Medico; freely 
adapted from the Nikolai Gogol play. 
56 1. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Michael A. Del Medico; 
9Apr70; DU7685O. 

AN INSPIRATION FOR RESURRECTION; author: 
Ruth Evelyn (Alter) Bohnsack. 
8 1. © Ruth Evelyn Bohnsack; 
26May70; C23254. 

INSPIRATION INTO INSIGHT, by Adam 

Edward Dolan. 20 1. © Inspiration & 
Entertainment Assistance Institute; 
llMar70; C22926. 

INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, PL/1 
TAPE SCRIPT. Units 1-13 . 1 v. Appl. 
author: Central Computer Corp. NM: 
additions & revisions. S Central Com- 
puter Corp.; 270ct69; C23020. 

INSTRUMENT APPROACHES, ADF APPROACHES, 
SECTION C, NARRATION. 20 1, Script 
of a disc recorded narration to be re- 
produced as an educational lecture. 
Appl. author: Sanderson Films, Inc 
Appl. states prev. reg. 27Sep62, 
C15477. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
23Apr70; C23306. 

INSTRUMENT APPROACHES, ILS APPROACHES, 
SECTION A, NARRATION. 18 1. Script 
of a disc recorded narration to be re- 
produced as an educational lecture. 
Appl. author: Sanderson Films, Inc. 
© Sanderson Films, Inc.; 23Apr70; 
C23301. 



Jan.-June 

INSTRUMENT APPROACHES, VOR & VOR/DME 
APPROACHES, SECTION B, NARRATION. 
21 1. Script of a disc recorded nar- 
ration to be reproduced as an educa- 

;onal lecture. Appl. author: Sander- 
son Films, Inc. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 27Sep62, C15478. NM: additions 
& revisions. S Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
23Apr70; C23299- 

INTEGRATE INTEGRITY, a screenplay by 
Sonja Christina, pseud, of Alisa S. 
Morris. 100 1. Includes lyrics for 
1 song. © Alisa S. Morris; 3Feb70; 
DU76279- 
THE INTERESTS OF THE DEAD, a one act 
play by Sylvia Berry. 44 1. © Sylvia 
Berry; 24Apr70; DU76992. 
THE INTERFACE BETWEEN MAN AND BEAST. 
Lecture no. 19. By Sniffles, a Dog- 
type Person as translated from dog- 
lingo into English by H. A. Shiffer. 
14 1. ©The Sniffles, Dog-type 
Person Foundation, Inc.; 25Mar70; 
C22989. 

INTERIM OF THE UNICORN IN AN ELECTRON- 
IC GOWN, a three act involvement in 
the cybernetic styling of tomorrow 
by Thornton Jones, pseud, of Thorn- 
ton Jones Blelock. 93 1. © Thorn- 
ton Jones Blelock & Mrs. W. W. Ble- 
lock, Jr.; 2Mar70; DU76471. 
INTERMEDIATE MATH PROGRAM; scripts for 
tapes 1-41; in trod, by Lola J. May, 
author. 9 v. Forty-one recording 
scripts. © Imperial International 
Learning Corp.; 10Mar70; C23126 . 

INTO NEW WORLDS, GRADE SIX. 14 1. 
(Macmillan reading program) Tape 
script. © Macmillan Co.; l6Mar70; 

c 230 23. 

INTRAVENOUS THERAPY WITH THE INSIDE NEE- 
DLE CATHETER. 15 1- Slide script. 
Appl. author: Effective Management, 
Inc. ©Effective Management, Inc.; 
l6Mar70; C22949- 

INTRODUCTION . See 

LECTURES ON ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTING. 

Chap . 1 . 
MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY: SITUATIONS 
CAUSING PROBLEMS IN FAMILY 
LIVING. 1. 
SENTENCE PATTERNS. 

INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: PLAYS; 
edited, with a handbook for the 
study of drama, by Lynn Altenbernd & 
Leslie L. Lewis. 2d ed. Macmillan. 
546 p. © Macmillan Co.; l6jun69; 
A122105 . 

INTRO. TO MLK, 25-03-65, STEPS OF THE 
CAPITOL, MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA. By 
Ralph David Abernathy. Sheet. 
© Ralph Abernathy; 310ct69; C22545 . 

AN INTRODUCTION TO OPERA, by Nanette 
Clark & Warren F. Michon. 14 1. 
A lecture. © Arioso Productions, 
Inc. & Warren F. Michon; lMay70; 
C23219- 

INTRODUCTION TO SPIRIT DUPLICATION. 
Lesson 1, by C. A. Rohr, 15 1. Tape 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; Uun70; 
C23418. 
INTRODUCTION TO STENCIL DUPLICATION. 
Lesson 1, by C. A. Rohr. 19 1. Tape 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacin- 
to Junior College District. © Mt . 
San Jacinto College a.a.d.o, Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
Uun70; C23419. 

INTRODUCTION TO WRITING. 11 1- Film- 
strip script.. Appl. author: Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District; 15Jun70; C23389- 



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THE INVENTION, a play in one act by Brad 
Gromelski. 34 1. © Brad Gromelski; 
20Apr70; DU76956- 

INVERSE TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS. 5.1. 
Tape script. Appl . author: Mt . San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 15Apr70; C23161. 

INVISIBLE CHAIN; audio drama by Esther 
B. Glaser. 12 1. Appl. author: 
Jory Sherman, employer for hire. 
© 'Jory Sherman; 28jan70; DU76216. 

INVITATION TO SHAKESPEARE. See 
MACBETH. 

ION BY EURIPIDES, a translation with 
commentary by Anne Pippin Burnett, 
with a series introd. by Eric A. 
Havelock. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 
Prentice-Hall. 157 P« (Greek drama 
series) © Prentice-Hall, Inc.; 
12Jun70; A160746. 

IPPZZEE ANNE, by Lois E. Martin. 1 v. 
A musical play. © Lois E. Martin; 
17Dec69; DU76413. 

IRAWAN RABI. See 
ON THRONES OF GOLD. 

IRAWAM'S WEDDING. See 
ON THRONES OF GOLD. 

THE IRISH IN AMERICA. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

THE IRON FLUTE, by Antar, pseud, of 
Anthony Rowelli. Rev. 2d draft. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Anthony 
Rowelli d.b.a. Commercial Writers, 
Ltd.; 8jan70; DU76074. 

IRVIN INSIDER, a narrative script for 
radio by Marian Stanton (Marian G. 
Johnson) & Beverly Bruce Havard 
(Beverly A. Havard) 5 1. Appl. ti. : 
Irving Insider'. © Marian Stanton & 
Beverly Bruce Havard; 20Apr70; 
C23187. 
IS IT POSSIBLE TO BE A GOOD GOVERNOR. 

FIRING LINE. 63. 

IS JESUS STILL KEEPING THE STORE? 

A play in three acts by Wells Root & 
Gene Bo land . 1 v. Based on an idea 
by M. H. Kaplan. © Wells Root, Gene 
Boland & Mike Kaplan; 23Mar70; 
DU76662. 

IS RAMPARTS MAGAZINE UN-AMERICAN. See 
FIRING LINE. 59- 

IS SHE IZZY, OR IZ HE AIN'TZY, OR IZ 
THEY BOTH? A play by Lonnie Carter. 
1 v. A musical play. © Lonnie D. 
Carter & Robert Montgomery; 27Mar70; 
DU76661. 



IS THERE A NEW GOD. 
FIRING LINE. 72. 



See 



IS THERE A ROLE FOR A THIRD PARTY. 
FIRING LINE. 50. 



See 



IS SOCIALISM THE ANSWER. 
FIRING LINE. 75- 



See 



IS SOUTH AFRICA EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS. 
See 
FIRING LINE. 121. 

IS THE MOON A BURNED-OUT SUN? By Paul- 
ina Peavy. 6 1. © Paulina Peavy; 
5Feb70; C22704 . 

IS THE WORLD FUNNY. See 
FIRING LINE. 64. 

IS THERE A GENERATION GAP BECAUSE THERE 
IS NO CALENDAR THEATRE? By Shirley 
Elliston. 2 1. © Shirley Elliston; 
I4jan70; C22514. 

IS THERE A HELL? Original story & 

screenplay by Ronald S. Dawson. 30 1. 
© Ronald S. Dawson; 4May70; DU77057- 

IS THERE A NEED FOR CENTRAL INTEL- 
LIGENCE. See 
FIRING LINE. 80. 



ISHI, a three act play by Richard 
Menzer, based upon the biography by 
Theodora Kroeber. I) 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Herman Richard Menzer, Jr.; 
6May70; DU77018. 

ISORIC, a historical drama without his- 
torical basis by Thomas E. Fuller. 
22 1. © Thomas E. Fuller; 22Jun70; 
DU77456. 

IT BEES DAT WAY, a confrontation 
ritual by Ed Bui 1 ins . 14 1. 
© Ed Bullins; 2Feb70; DU76259. 

IT TAKES TWO TO MAKE A TEAM. See 

BATMAN: IT TAKES TWO TO MAKE A TEAM. 

ITALIANS IN AMERICA. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

IT'S ABOUT TIME, by Michael G. Bassen. 
178 1. A play in 3 acts. © Michael 
G. Bassen; l6Feb70; DU76376. 

IT'S ALL YOURS, KIDS, a proposal for 
an original television series in- 
cluding a' one hour pilot by William 
McCart & Shelley Tartaro . 28 1. 
© William F. McCart & Shelley Tartaro; 
l8Feb70; DU76813. 

IT'S FOR THE BIRDS; book & lyrics by 
William E. Taylor & Louis Phillips, 
music by Jim Lea (James Lea) 1 v. 
A play. An adaptation of Aristophanes' 
The birds. © William E. Taylor, 
Louis Phillips & James Lea; 6Apr70; 
DU76802. 

IT'S NEVER REALLY THE END, a multi- 
media fantasy by Richard Oshen. 21 1. 
A play. © Richard Oshen; 30Jan70; 
DU76237. 

IT'S NOT A KIDNAPPING, MRS. BIGELOW 
AND THAT OLD METAPHORICAL HURDLE; 
one act plays by Richard Burwell. 
1 v. © Richard E. Burwell; 2Mar70; 
DU764-75 . 

IT'S ONLY A FOUR LETTER WORD, by 

Leonard Poggiali. In the beginning 

8c others. 1 v. Four plays. 

© Leonard Poggiali; 9Feb70; DU76315- 

IT'S 10 P.M. DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR 
CHILDREN ARE? A play by George Wall. 
201 1. Three acts. © George Wall; 
10Feb70; DU76320. 

IT'S YOUR SECRET. See 

THE SOLVER'S SECRET REVOLUTIONARY 
PIG. 



J 



JACK THE GIANT KILLER; incidents in the 
life of Dr. John Hunter by Margaret 
A. Wheeler. 53 1. Screenplay. 
© Margaret A. Wheeler; 3Mar70; 
DOT 647 9. 

JACKSON MUST GO, a play of the present 

by Benjamin Goodnick. 50 1. 

A screenplay. © Benjamin Goodnick; 

10Apr70; DU76879. 
JAKE'S TURN; screenplay by Marilyn Gold- 
in, with the collaboration of Stephan 
Lovi & Paul Sand. 191 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 90ct68, DU73290. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Stephan 
Lovi & Marilyn Gold in; 8jun70; 
DU77358. 

JALEO, by Ira David Wood III; based on 
a poem by Garcia Lorca, Death in the 
afternoon. 37 1- A play in 2 acts. 
© Ira David Wood III; 24jun70; 
DU77468. 



JAMESEY; musical comedy, tragedy 
written by James Savoy, pseud, of 
James Criscuolo. l4 1. One act. 
Book only. Appl. ti . : Jamesy. 
© James Savoy; 22Jun70; DU77494. 

JAPANESE IN THE UNITED STATES. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

JAPAN'S EXPLOITATION OF AMERICAN JUDO 
AND ASSOCIATED MARTIAL ARTS, by 
Lindy V. Avakian. 42 1. Lecture. 
© Lindy V. Avakian; 30Apr70; 
C23216. 

LE JARDIN AUX BETTERAVES; piece en 
deux actes par Roland Dubillard. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 119 p. (Le 
Manteau d'Arlequin) © Editions 
Gallimard; 30Jun69; DFO-1724. 

JARDIN DES DELICES. See 
THEATRE VI. 

THE JED CLAMPETT, pt.l, by Ron Shaab 
(Ronald Shaab) Sheet. © Red Stick 
Music Co., Inc.; 17Feb70; C22738. 

JERUSALEM AND THE MIDDLE EAST. See 
FIRING LINE. 125. 

THE JESTERS, a play in seven scenes 
by David Roszkowski. 24 1. © David 
Roszkowski; 9Apr70; DU76852. 

THE JESTERS, a play in three acts by 
Charles Kespert. 46 1. © Charles 
Kespert III; Uun70; DU7731^- 

JESU; outline for a screenplay by John 
Esposito. 27 1. NM: adaptation & 
addition. © John Esposito; 8Dec69; 
DU76254. 

JET SET, by David E. Aaron. 5 1, Tele- 
vision script, © David E. Aaron; 
13Apr70; C23116. 

UN JEU D'ENFER, by Michel Mohrt . 

[Paris] Gallimard. 191 p. S Edi- 
tions Gallimard; 20Apr70; DFO-1746. 

JEUX DE MASSACRE, by Eugene Ionesco. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 105 p. (Le Man- 
teau d'arlequin) © Editions Galli- 
mard; 10Mar70; DFO-1740. 

JEWS IN AMERICA. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

JIG, LISP AND AMBLE. See 

A FROG IN HIS POCKET, A MOUSE IN HER 
HAIR. 

JIGSAW JEOPARDY. See 

BATMAN: THE JIGSAW JEOPARDY. 

JIM DANDY, first draft for a television 
series of western stories conceived 
and written by B. S. Bercovici. 74 1. 
Forty-eight scenes. © B. S. Bercovici 
& Sidney W. Bercovici; l4Apr70; 
DU76923 ■ 

JIMMY X, the story of a young boy by 
Clifford Mason. 59 1- A play in 1 
act. © Clifford Lester Mason; 6Apr70; 
DU76819- 

JOAN OF HOLLYWOOD IN THE MARTYRDOM OF 
THE VIRGIN QUEEN, a play in one act 
by Edward Kinchley Evans. 48 1. 
© Edward Kinchley Evans; 20Apr70; 
DU76958. 

JOB DRAMATIZED, a play in three acts by 
M. K. Kulikowski. 76 1. © Marion 
Karol Kulikowski; l6Feb70; DU76369. 

JOE CHILBLAIN'S ALMANAC, created and 

written by John Richardson. 1 v. 

Television scripts. © John H. Rich- 
ardson; 26Mar70; C22993. 

JOEL BRAND, THE STORY OF A DEAL, a 

drama by Heinar Kipphardt, translated 
by Fay Howard. 1 v. Twenty-two 
scenes. From the play Joel Brand, 
die Geschichte eines Geschaefts . 
© Fay Howard; 19Jan70; DU76139- 



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Jan.-June 



JOGGING; play without words by Mark 
Berman. 3 1. 9 Mark Berman; 
25Jun70; DU77535- 

THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY. See 
FIRING LINE. 82. 

JOHN CROWN. See 

THREE MODERN PLAYS ON CLASSICAL 

THEMES . 

JOHN HENRY MASON. See 

A DREAM COMEDY: JOHN HENRY MASON. 

JOHN THE INNOCENT, by Gary D. Cooper. 
12 1. A play. © Gary Dewayne 
Cooper; lApr70; DU76765 . 

JOHNNY D. F. APPLESEED; book & lyrics 
by Elizabeth G. de Veer, music by 
Robert A. Rowe . 1 v. Play in 2 acts. 
© Elizabeth G. de Veer & Robert A. 
Rowe; 4May70; DU7704l. 

JOHNNY POT (A modern day Johnny Apple- 
seed) 1st draft. An original screen- 
play by Marvin T. Broyhill III. 1 v. 
© Marvin Talmadge Broyhill III; 
23Mar70; DU76688. 

JOHNNY TREMAIN, by Claire G. Miller & 
Selma R. Brody, music by Herbert 
Davidson. 1 v. A screenplay. 
Based on the book of the same title 
by Esther Forbes . © Walt Disney 
Productions; 26jan70; DU76343. 

JONAH, THE DISOBEDIENT PROPHET, by 
Jeanne Beaumont. 56 1 . A musical 
play in 3 acts. © Jeanne Beaumont; 
24Apr70; DU77277 ■ 

JOSEPHINE THE GIRAFFE; arranged for 
long-playing record album; original 
story by Fred Rogers, songs by Josie 
Carey & Fred Rogers. 1 v. A 
play. Appl . ti.: Josephine, the 
short-neck giraffe. Appl. states 
prev. reg. Uul68, EU57770-57783 • 
NM: dialogue. © Small World Enter- 
prises, Inc.; 24Feb70; DU76532- 

JOURNEY TO DESTINY; drama in 3 acts by 
Robert Gordon Dare. 1 v. Includes 
lyrics to 1 song. © Robert Gordon 
Dare; 13Apr70; DU76929- 

JOURNEY TO ELDORADO, a one player por- 
trait of Edgar Allen Poe in two acts 
by Robert Minford. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Poe revisited, 
22Dec6l, C14536. NM: revisions. 
© Robert V. Minford; 6jan70; DU76211. 

THE JOURNEYS OF MARY, a dramatic poem 
by Laura Rhoads Aruffo. 18 1. 
© Laura Rhoads Aruffo; 29Dec69; 
C22548. 

JOY AGAINST THE DARK, by Arthur L. 
Kistner. 51 1. A play. © Arthur 
L. Kistner; 15Jun70; DU77387 . 

JOYOUS IS A FRISKY SQUIRREL (My cup of 
joy runneth over!) A playlet & tele- 
vision tableaux by Budd Sills (Leon 
Sills) 1 v. © Market Gems, Inc.; 
23Mar70; C23053. 

JUAN VELEZ, A GOOD CITIZEN, a filmstrip 
by Richard W. Bruner. 36 1. (Out of 
the mainstream) Script. © Richard W. 
Bruner; 3Jun70; C23295 . 

JUDECATA; nou concept de drama in 

3 acte si 4 tablouri de Sgat, pseud, 
of Stefan Gheorghe Theodoru. 25 1- 
© Stefan Gheorghe Theodoru; 6Apr70; 
DU76807 . 

THE JUDGMENT, THE GUEST AND THE ZODIAC, 
a play in three acts by Michael Car- 
ton. 1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as The judgment & The guest, 1968. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Michael 
Carton; 2Jan70; DU76019. 



JUGGLER OF NOTRE DAME. See 
THE LEGEND OF THE JUGGLER. 

JULIA CAESAR, by Alan Causey. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. An adaptation of 
Julius Caesar, by Wm. Shakespeare. 
© Alan D. Causey; 20May70; DU77231. 

JULIAN OF GUATEMALA. S»e 
MIDDLE AMERICA. 

JULIUS CAESAR. See 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 2. 
JULIA CAESAR. 

JUST A MOMENT, by Harry William Theri- 
ault. 38 1. © Harry William Theri- 
ault & American Genius Society; 
150c t69; C22492. 

JUST CALL ME BUDDY, an original screen- 
play by Chet Elliot, pseud, of 
Elliot Binder. 63 1. © Elliot 
Binder; 23Apr70; DU76993 . 

JUST LIKE TRUE CONFESSIONS. See 
HOME IS WHERE THE HEADACHE IS. 



K 



KANORADO; book & lyrics by Kay Kirkman, 
music by Veda Rogers 5: John L. Rogers. 
2 v. A play in 2 acts. © Veda M. 
Rogers & Kay Kirkman; 24Feb70; 
DU76425 . 

KARNA TANDING. See 
ON THRONES OF GOLD. 

KEEP THE FAITH, BABY, a three act comely 
written by Michael Baer. 17 1. 
© Michael Lawrence Baer; 21May70; 
DU77240. 

KEINE GNADE FUR MARK ANTON. See 

DIONYSISCHE TRILOGIE. 
KELLODY, a comedy in 3 acts by Dale L. 
Ramsey. 1 v. © Dale L. Ramsey; 
22Apr70; DU76976. 

KENMORE FABRIC MASTER WITH SOFT HEAT 
WRINKLE-GUARD; recording script for 
Sears, Roebuck & Co. 8 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 24Jun70; 
C23509. 

KEY FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN NEGOTIATING 
A DEAL WITH THE PRODUCER. See 
THE GROWTH AND IMPORTANCE OF THE INDE- 
PENDENT PRODUCER; KEY FACTORS TO 
CONSIDER IN NEGOTIATING A DEAL WITH 
THE PRODUCER. 
KING ARTHUR, by John B. Davidson. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © John B. Davidson; 
31Mar70; DU76747. 

KING BELSHAZZAR'S FEAST. See 

THREE SPANISH SACRAMENTAL PLAYS. 

KING FOR A FORTNIGHT, by Mack Harbin. 
5 1. Television script. © Mack Har- 
bin; 30Mar70; C23031. 

KING KORN, by Hal Lindahl (Harold Earl 
Lindahl) 28 1. Screenplay. © Har- 
old E. Lindahl; 12Jun70; DU77381. 

KING LEAR, by Daniel E. Schaaf. 1 v. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book & lyr- 
ics only. NM: additions & revisions. 
©Daniel E. Schaaf; l8May70; DU77375 • 

KING LEAR. See 
QUEEN LEAR. 
THREE TRAGEDIES. 

THE KING OF SCHNORRERS, by June Matti- 
kow; based on the novel of the same 
title by Israel Zangwill. 1 v. 
A play. © June Mattlkow; 4Dec69; 
DU76348. 
THE KING OF SPAIN, by Byrd Hoffman, 
pseud, of Robert Wilson. (In New 
American plays; edited & with an in- 
trod. by W. M. Hoffman. 1st ed . New 
York, Hill & Wang. v. 3, p. [241] -272) 
© Byrd Hoffman; 24Mar70; A145463 • 



KING OF THE SEAS, an authentic saga of 
the atomic age rendered to music by 
Frank Finnerty. 8 1. Theme music 
radio narrative. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 24Nov69, C22421. NM: additions. 
© Frank Finnerty; 20Feb70; C22917. 

KING ME QUEEN, by Emlle 0. Schmidt. 
26 1. A play. © Emile 0. Schmidt; 
5Dec69; DU76044 . 

KING PAUL; tragedy by Richard W. '■ ■ 
port. 33 1. Three acts. © Richard 
Warren Rappaport; 3Jur.70; DU77283 . 

KING TO BISHOP. See 
A GAME OF CHESS. 

KING'S INDIAN DEFENSE, an original tele- 
play by Joe Taylor Ford. 33 1. 
© Joe Taylor Ford; lLMar70; DU76569. 

A KING'S MISSION, a play in three acts 
by Kenmin Hogh, pseud, of Kenmin Ho. 
1 v. © Kenmin Hogh; 22Jun70; DU77489. 

A KISS FROM ALICE; for narrator, dance- 
pantomime & orchestra by Seymour 
Barab. New York, Boosey & Hawkes. 
25 p. (Tales of rhyme and reason) 
Vocal score. © Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 
LApr70; DP7278. 

THE KNIGHT AND THE FOLLOWING DAY, by 
Stan Kanter. 71 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Stan Kanter; l8May70; DU77209. 

KNIVES; 2 plays by David W. Rabe. 
Frankie; Nor the bones of birds . 

2 v. One act plays. © David 
William Rabe; 2Feb70; DU76257. 

THE KNIVES. See 

VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE. 

KNOCK, KNOCK, by John A. Mercurio. 
45 1. A play in 3 acts. S John 
A. Mercurio; 12Jan70; DU76116. 

KNOWING ROCKS. See 

EARTH SCIENCE LESSON 1, KNOWING 
ROCKS. 

KONTRAPTION, a play by Rochelle Owens 
(Rochelle Owens Economou) 58 1. In- 
cludes lyrics to 1 song. © Rochelle 
Owens; 4May70; DU77308 . 

KOREAN WAR DEFECTORS. See 
FIRING LINE. 118. 

KOSHER- SOUL FOOD; monologue by Dirk 
Thurston, pseud, of Vernon L. Trapp. 

3 1. © Vernon L. Trapp; 31Mar70; 
C23049. 

KRACIVAYA DEVOCHKA; original screenplay 
by Sanford Boris Schaffer. 269 1. 
© Sanford Boris Schaffer; 24jun70; 
DU77509. 

THE KREMLIN KID, a comedy by Massood S. 
Gilani. 1 v. A play. © Massood S. 
Gilani; 6Apr70; DU76785 . 

KUTNER BUICK, by Eugene Robert Tanz. 
Sheet. © Cox 8: Tanz Advertising 
Agency; HFeb70; C22685. 



L. A.U.G.H.; 60-second promo by Ron Pu- 
lera. 3 1. © RKO Radio Music Co., 
Inc.;-25May70; C23277. 

LBJ AND THE INTELLECTUALS. See 
FIRING LINE. 4l. 

LBJ AND VIETNAM. See 
FIRING LINE. 47. 

LBJ: THE EXERCISE OF POWER. See 
FIRING LINE. 31. 

LSD AND THEE, by Scott O'Connell, 
pseud, of Grace A. Scott. 28 1. 

* A play. © Grace A. Scott; 23Jun70; 
DU77500. 



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THE LABOR PARTY, a comedy by Robert 
Littell. 62 1. Two acts. ©Robert 
T. Littell; 3Apr70; DU76799- 

LADY FROM MAXIM'S. See 
LA DAME DE CHEZ MAXIM. 

LADY WEMBLEY'S BUFFALOES, an original 
story & teleplay by Bruce Fishkin. 
16 1. © Bruce Fishkin; l4jan70; 
DU76114. 

LADYBIRD: LADYBUG, by Harland Baker. 
115 1. A play. © Harland Lee Baker; 
10Feb70; DU76319. 

LAI DE BAR ABB AS. See 

THEATRE IV. 
LAMENT FOR MOTHER'S DAY, by Harvey 
Jacobs & David Martin. Sheet. 
Dialogue. ©United Artists Music Co., 
Inc. & Daylark Music, Inc.; 4May70; 
C 23 209. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Scripts in 
this series are by various authors. 
© SBM Productions. 
Episode no. 

1. The doctor goes A.P.E., by Iris 
Rainer & Susan Silver. © llMay70; 
DU77133. 

2. Lance of Arabia, by Gene Moss & 
Jim Thurman. © HMay70; DU77134. 

3. The C.H.U.M.P. code caper, by 
David Ketchum & Bruce Shelly. 

© HMay70; DU77135. 

4. Too many C.H.U.M.P. 's , by David 
Ketchum & Bruce Shelly. © HMay70; 
DU77136. 

5. The missing link, by John Carsey 
& James Carlson. © HMay70; 
DU77137. 

6. The great brain drain, by Bonnie 
Burns. © UMayTO; DU77138. 

7, Bonana, by John Carsey & James 
Carlson. © HMay70; DU77139- 

8. The great great race, by Gene 
Moss & James Thurman. © HMay70; 
DU77140. 

9. The evolution revolution, by Mike 
Marmer & Stan Burns. © HMay70; 
DU77141. 

10. The great plane plot, by Alex 
Barris & Ken Hecht. © HMay70; 
DU77142. 

11. The sour taste of success, by 
John Carsey & James Carlson. 

© HMay70; DU77143. 

12. To tell the tooth, by Treva Sil- 
verman. © HMay70; DU77144 ■ 

13. The chilling C.H.U.M.P. chase, 
by Tom Dagenais [i.e. Tom Degenais] 
© HMay70; DU77145. 

14. C.H.U.M.P. takes a holiday, by 
Joan Darling & Jan Evan. © HMay70; 
DU77146. 

15. The temporary Thanksgiving tur- 
key truce, by Gene Moss & James 
Thurman. © HMay70; DU77147- 

16. The surfin' spy, by Mel Wein- 
stein & Burt Weinstein. © HMay70; 
DU77148. 

17. There's no business like snow 
business, by Iris Rainer & Susan 
Silver. © HMay70; DU77149. 

18. The Baron's birthday ball, by 
David Ketchum & Bruce Shelly. 

© HMay70; DU77150. 

19. The great bank robbery, by David 
Ketchum & Bruce Shelly. © HMay70; 
DU77151. 

20. The lone A.P.E., by Gene Moss & 
James Thurman. © HMay70; DU77152. 

21. The great beauty contest, by 
Ralph Goodman. © HMay70; DU77153- 

22. The royal foil, by Gene Moss & 
James Thurman. © HMay70; DU77154. 

23. Landlubber Lance, by Gene Moss 

& Jim Thurman. © HMay70; DU77155 • 

24. The great water robbery, by Mel 
Weinstein & Burt Weinstein. 

© HMay70; DU77156. 

25. The golden swwword, by Stan 
Burns & Mike Marmer. © HMay70; 
DU77157 . 



26. The dreaded Hong Kong sneeze, by 
Gene Moss & James Thurman. 

© HMay70; DU77158. 

27. The great double double cross, 
by Tom Degenais. © HMay70; 
DU77159- 

28. The mysterious motorcycle menace, 
by Tom Degenais. © HMay70; 
DU77160. 

29. The spy who went out in the cold, 
by Stan Burns & Mike Marmer. 

© HMay70; DU77161. 

30. The reluctant robot, by Tom 
Degenais. © HMay70; DU77162 

31. The great scavenger hunt, by Gene 
Moss & James Thurman. © llMay70; 

DU77163. 

32. Missle beach party, by Gene Moss 
8c Jim Thurman. © HMay70; DU77164. 

33. Weather or not, by Tom Degenais. 
© HMay70; DU77165- 

34. The greatest chase in the world, 
by Gene Moss & Jim Thurman. 
© HMay70; DU77166. 

LANCE OF ARABIA. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 2. 

LAND AND PEOPLE. See 

SEEING THE ANDES COUNTRIES. 

LAND 0' MY OWN, a historical drama by 
Bill Russell (William Blanton Russell) 
& David Livingston. 1 v. Two acts. 
With music. © William Blanton Russell 
& David Livingston; 26May70; DU77452. 

LAND OF THE FREE, by Fred Gavin (Fred- 
erick Joseph Gavin) 104 1. © Fred- 
erick Joseph Gavin; 24Feb70; C22932. 

LANDINGS . See 

[LET'S FLY WITH BOB BOURGEAULT] 

LANDLUBBER LANCE. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 23. 

LANGSTON HUGHES. See 

BLACK LEADERS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY 
AMERICA. 

LARGE TIME-SHARING NETWORKS; September 
11, 1969 session in the lecture se- 
ries. By John G. Kemeny; comments by 
Jack Bertram & Alan J. Perlis . 1 v. 
(Computers, communications and the 
public interest) © Johns Hopkins 
Press; 7Jan70; C22547. 

THE LASCIVIOUS CARRIAGE; or, That's an 
order, Pvt. Crudd! A comedy in three 
acts by Herbert Moulton. 73 1. 
© Herbert Moulton; 21May70; DU77243. 

LAST ACT OF JIMMY D', a play in two acts 
by Philip Lo Giudice. 84 1. © Philip 
Lo Giudice; 24Feb70; DU76430. 

THE LAST COIFFURE, a drama by Robert 
N. Withers. 1 v. Two acts. 
©Robert N. Withers; 9Mar70; DU76555. 

THE LAST DAYS OF GOOD OLD BILL, by Jack 
Stokes. 1 v. A play. © Jack Tilden 
Stokes; 6Apr70; DU76823. 

THE LAST DAYS OF THE LOVE PLANET, a 
science fiction story with music by 
Fern Caplan. 83 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Fern Caplan; 3Mar70; DU76527 . 

LAST MAN OUT, a play by Frank S. 

Jenkins. 1 v. Three acts. © Frank 
Shockley Jenkins; lMay70; DU77042. 

THE LAST OF A TYRANT, a play in four- 
teen scenes by Kenmin Hogh, pseud, of 
Kenmin Ho. 82 1 . © Kenmin Hogh; 
22Jun70; DU77488. 

THE LAST PARTY, a street ritual by 
Charles (Oyamo) Gordon. 2 1. 
© Charles F. Gordon; 22Jan70; DU76l66 . 

THE LAST RASPBERRY, by Mia Aprizian. 
87 1. A play in 3 acts. © Mia Apri- 
zian; 23Jan70; DU76169. 



THE LAST REBEL; story & screenplay by 
Warren Kiefer. 142 1. © Warren 
David Kiefer; l4May70; DU77178. 

THE LAST TRAIN, by Alexander Szulc, 
pseud, of Alexander F. Schultz; words 
& music by Alexander Szulc & Bruceson 
Gard, pseud, of Bruce C. Schwoy. 
2 v. A play in 2 acts. © Alexander 
F. Schultz & Bruce C. Schwoy; 2Jun70; 
DU77335 • 
THE LATE SHOW; or, The gripes of roth 

(hommage a Philip) A comic exercise. 

by Barbara Nasanow. 15 1. A play. 

Appl. states prev. reg. 13Feb69, 

DU73517. NM: revision. © Barbara 

Nasanow; l6Apr70; DU76936. 

LATITUDE ZERO; story and screenplay by 
Ted Sherdeman; based on his stories 
of the same title. 1 v. © Toho Co., 
Ltd.; 15Dec69; DU76O56. 

THE LAUGHING FEATHER, a musical play 
in two acts; book by Richard L. 
Diasio, music by Tony Eposito, lyrics 
by Dan Diasio, 69 1- Book & lyrics 
only. © Richard L. Diasio; 2Apr70; 
DU76814-. 

LAUGHS, ETC. See 

STOP, YOU'RE KILLING ME. 

LAW IS COMMON SENSE MADE DIFFICULT, 
by Paul B. Lichtman. 27 1. 
© Paul Berrihard Lichtman; 24Feb70; 
C22830. 

LAWS OF SINES, COSINES AND TANGENTS. 
7 1- Tape script. Appl. author: Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt . San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 13Apr70; C23164. 

LAWYER'S WIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS COURT- 
HOUSE TOUR GUIDE COURSE, by Jolyn 
F. Rudelson. 31 1. © Jolyn F. 
Rudelson; 8jun70; C23376. 

LAY SERMON ON THE BOOK OF JONAH, STARS 
WERE MADE TO TWINKLE, AND MAN AND 
THE ANIMALS, by Gilbert F. Gower. 
11 1. Three poems for recording. 
© Gilbert F. Gower; 27Feb70; C22826. 

LEAD THE FIELD. Special insurance ed. 
1 v. 12 parts. Appl. author: Night- 
ingale-Conant Corp. © Nightingale- 
Conant Corp.; 29Apr70; C23207. 

LEADER, a short play by Israel Horovitz. 
Final draft. 6 1. © Israel Horovitz; 
4Mar70; DU76496. 



LEADER. 
TREES 



See 
: LEADER. 



LEARNING TO DICTATE. See 
MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION. 

A LEAVE OF ABSENCE PROGRAM, by Canice 
Connors & Venance Harkness. 5 p. 
© Order Friars Minor Conventual; 
9Mar70; C22921. 

LECTURE NOTES AND GUIDE. See 
SILVA METHOD MC [303 & 404] ESP 
MIND CONTROL. 

LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. See 
LIBRE D'ETRE VOUS-MEME. 
PODEMOS CAMBIAR NUESTRO MUNDO. 
QUEL CHOIX S'OFFRE A VOUS. 
TODAY'S PROPHET. 

LECTURES ON ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTING, by 
Howard Barlow. 1 v. each. © Howard 
Barlow. 
Chap. 

1. Introduction. © 12Jan70; C22696. 

2. Symphony no.l, Beethoven. 
© 12Jan70; C22695 . 

3. Outdoor overture, Copeland. 
© 12Jan70; C22694 . 

5. Romeo and Juliet, Tschaikowsky. 
© 14Jan70; C225l6. 

6. Finlandia, Sibelius. t> 7May70; 
c 23 253. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



LEFT HANDED LORAN, by Mander, pseud, of 
Paula J. Ewing, & Jones, pseud, of 
David E. Koehersperger . 22 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Paula J. Ewing 
& David E. Koehersperger; 19Mar70; 
DU76649. 

LEFTY, a Negro musical in three acts 
by Vernart Palmer & Patrick Hanaghan. 
1 v. © Vernart Leroy Palmer & Patrick 
R. Hanaghan; 10Apr70; DU76866. 

LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW. See 
ICHABOD. 
SLEEPY HOLLOW. 

THE' LEGEND OF THE JUGGLER, a motion 
picture adaptation of The juggler of 
Notre Dame, by Milton H. Lehr. 
146 1. Appl. author: International 
Video, Inc., employer for hire. 
© International Video, Inc.; 2Mar70; 
DU7&H6'. 

THE LEGENDARY AND SCRIPTURAL DECORATION 
OF THE CHRISTMAS TREE, by Betty 
Tressel Miller & Delphia Mosier 
Stilwell. 7 1- © Betty Tressel 
Miller & Delphia Mosier Stilwell; 
19Jun70; C23409- 

LA LEGENDE DU RETOUR; poeme dramatique 
en deux parties, 1 acte, de Diego 
Fabbri, d'apres Dostojewskij ; musique 
de Renzo Rossellini; version francaise 
de Jean Marie Martin. Milan, Ricordi. 
23 p. Libretto. Appl. states prev. 
pub. 24Feb66. © G. Ricordi & C, 
S.P.A.; 25Jim68; DF2031. 

LEMON SKY, a play by Lanford Wilson. 
1 v. Three acts. © Lanford Wilson; 
20Jan70; DU76208. 

LEO AT WORK; written by Jacques Wilson. 
1 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 19Jan70; 
C22627. 

LEO NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22630. 

LEO PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS; written by 
Jacques Wilson. Sheet. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22628. 

LEO WHERE WAS YOUR MOON? Written by 
Jacques Wilson. 3 1. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22629. 

LESSON TEN, an original screenplay by 
Gary Judin and Michael Preminger. 
101 1. © Gary Judin & Michael Prem- 
inger; 15Jan70; DU76100. 

LET A MAN COME IN AND DO THE POPCORN, 
by James Brown. 2 sheets. © Dyna- 
tone Pub. Co.; 9Feb70; C22703. 

LET A MAN COME IN AND DO THE POPCORN. 
Pt.2. By James Brown. © Dynatone 
Pub. Co.; l6Feb70; C22828. 

LET ME COUNT THE WAYS, a play in three 
acts by Albert W. Cross. 60 p. 
© Albert W. Cross; 10ct69; DP7262. 

LET ME TELL YOU 'BOUT A MAN; words & 
music by Chuck Sanny (Charles G. 
Sanny) Sheet. © Chuck Sanny; 
HFeb70; C22698. 

LET THERE BE LIGHT, by Ernest Whetstone, 
Jr. 45 1. A play in 8 acts. NM: 
revisions. © Ernest Whetstone, Jr.; 
24Apr70; DU76989. 

LET US NOW PRAISE LITTLE BEASTIES (The 
beasties) A screenplay by Bill Phil- 
lips (William Foster Phillips) 70 1. 
© William Foster Phillips; 13Apr70; 
DU76893. 

LET US OUT, LET US IN, by Arthur C. Run- 
yan II & Richard L. Haight. 73 1. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lvrics only. © Arthur C. Runyan II 
& Richard L. Haight; 7Apr70; DU76784 . 



LETS' S FLY WITH BOB BOURGEAULT, by 
Bob A. Bourgeault (Robert A. Bour- 
geault) Tape scripts. © Robert A. 
Bourgeault & Monica E. Bourgeault. 
Tape 
2 Cross country by dead reckoning, 

pt.1-8. NM: additions. © 17Apr7'j; 

C23178. 

[LET'S FLY WITH BOB BOURGEAULT] By 
Robert A. Bourgeault. Tape scripts. 
© Robert A. Bourgeault S: Monica E. 
Bourgeault. 

Landings, pt.1-5- NM: additions. 
© 10Mar70; C22924 . 

LET'S HEAR IT FOR MISS AMERICA! By 
Gloria Gonzalez. 1 v. A play in 
one act. © Gloria Gonzalez; 6Feb70; 
DU76298. 

LET'S MAKE A SQUEAL, by James Neil Cur- 
tis. 4 1, Television script. 
© James Neil Curtis; 2Apr70; C23061. 

THE LETTER, a one-act play by Eileen D. 
Obser. 21 1. © Eileen D. Obser; 
15Jun70; DU77415. 

A LETTER OF INVECTIVE, a play in two 
parts by Rolf Forsberg. 1 v. 
© Rolf Forsberg & Moira Norval Fors- 
berg; l6Feb70; DU76"373. 

LETTIE'S IN THE KITCHEN, by Benjamin 
Bradford. 36 1. A play. ©Benjamin 
Bradford; 19Mar70; DU76647- 

LETTRES FANTASTIQUES ILLUSTREES 
COLLECTION OUR OB OR OS. See 
FAUST . 



LETTRES NOUVELLES. 
OPERETTE. 
THEATRE. 



See 



THE LIBATION BEARERS, by Aeschylus; 
a translation with commentary by Hugh 
Lloyd- Jones, with a series introd . by 
Eric A. Havelock. Englewood Cliffs, 
N.J., Prentice-Hall. 73 P- (Prent- 
ice-Hall Greek drama series) © Prent- 
ice-Hall, Inc.; 20May70; A154587. 

LIBERALISM AND THE INTELLECTUAL. See 
FIRING LINE. 110. 

LIBERALS AND LB J. See 
FIRING LINE. 57- 

LIBERTES COLLECTION. See 

LES MATINEES STRUCTURALISTES . 

LIBERTY LION, a three act play for 
children, by Karen Genzel. 38 1. 
© Karen Genzel; l8jun70; DU77444. 

LIBRA AT WORK; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 2 1. ©Almo Musi,c Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22604 . 

LIBRA- NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 3 1- © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22607. 

LIBRA ON THE CUSP OF SCORPIO, a full 
length movie by Louis M. Ponderoso. 
90 1. © Louis M. Ponderoso; 12Jan70; 
DU76084. 

LIBRA PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS; written by 
Jacques Wilson. 1 1. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22605. 

LIBRA WHERE WAS YOUR MOON? Written by 
Jacques Wilson. 3 1- © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C226o6. 
LIBRARY ORIENTATION, by Janet Ruth Boh- 
lool . 1 v. (Monitor instruction pro- 
gram, 140800) Recording scripts. 
© Educational Research Associates; 
l6Mar70; C22942. 

LIBRE D'ETRE VOUS-MEME (Freedom to be 
yourself) Par Jane 0. Robbins. 25 1. 
Appl. author: Christian Science Board 
of Directors, employer for hire. 



Appl. ti.: A lecture on Christian 
Science. Appl. states prev. pub. 
20Feb67, BB31094 . IIM: translation. 
; Jane 0. Robbins; 20Feb70; 022734. 

LIFE AND DEATH OF A COMMUNE CALLED OZ. 
See 
GRASS ROOTS. 

LIFE AND LIFT MEMORIAL PLAN, a lecture 
by Truman J. McClure. 2 1. © Truman 
J. McClure; 9Jan70; C22549. 

LIFE AND WORKS OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR., a drama in four acts by Arthur 
Langford, Jr., & J. Terry Williams. 
37 1. Book & lyrics only. © Atlanta's 
University Afro Actors Guild; 26Mar70 ; 
DU773H- 

LIFE IN A DAY; written by Thomas L. 
Dyke. 1 v. A screenplay. © Thomas 
L. Dyke; 31Dec69; DU76053. 

LIFE IN THE IN*" A EMPIRE. See 
EARLY CIVILIZATIONS OF THE NON- 
WESTERN WORLD. 

LIFE IN THE INDUS VALLEY. See 
EARLY CIVILIZATIONS OF THE NON- 
WESTERN WORLD. 

LIFE IN THE MAYAN EMPIRE, 300 A.D. See 
EARLY CIVILIZATIONS OF THE NON- 
WESTERN WORLD. 

LIFE ON A TREADMILL, a drama in three 
acts by Eula 0. Jack. 76 1. 
© Eula 0. Jack; llMar70; DU76571. 

LIFE ON MAN. 3 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Upjohn Co. © Upjohn 
Co.; 25Feb70; C22820 . 

LIFTING WITH LEVERS. See 

MACHINES LESSON 1, LIFTING WITH 
LEVERS. 

LIGHT 'NIN' BUGS 'N' GOD 'N' THINGS, 
a short play by Bruce Peyton. 2b 1. 
One act. © Bruce Peyton; 6Feb70; 
DU76299. 

LIKE IT IS; lyrics & music by Bob Lees 
& Dickson Hughes. 1 v. © Bob Lees 
& Dickson Hughes; 14Jan70; DU76364. 

LIKE-LIKE SERVICE; (What a funny name 
for such nice things) 3 1- Radio 
script. Appl. author: CCA. Creative 
Hatchery. Appl. ti. : Radio copy for 
Like-like service. © CCA. Creative 
Hatchery; 20Nov69; C22860. 

LILIES OF THE ALLEY, a musical comedy; 
book, music & lyrics by Philip Morino, 
Sr. 45 1. Two acts. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. ti.: Lilies of the val- 
ley. Appl. states prev. reg. 22Apr69, 
DU74399. NM: additions. © Philip J. 
Morino, Sr.; 17Mar70; DU76630. 

A LIMB OF SNOW, AND THE MEETING; two 
short plays by Anna Marie Barlow. 
Dramatists Play Service. 60 p. 
©Anna Marie Barlow; 4Dec69; DP7205. 

LINDA STONE IS BRUTAL. See 

THE GIRL IN THE FREUDIAN SLIP. 

THE LINE OF LEAST EXISTENCE, by Rosalyn 
Drexler. 1 v. A musical play in 2 
acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 6jan66, DU65097 & 
19May69, DU74346 & prev. pub. 1967- 
NM: .additions. © Rosalyn Drexler; 
9Dec69; DU76024. 

LIQUID INPUT NUCLEAR HEATED TURBINE; 
description by Marian Edward Konter. 
Sheet. © Marian Edward Konter; 
20Jan70j C22561. 

LISTEN, BLACK MAN; screenplay by Jan 
Berger. 151 1. © Jan Berger; 9Mar70; 
DU76678. 

LISTENING AND FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS. 
GETTING ALONG IN SCHOOL. 



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33 



THE LITANY OP MOLOCH, by Joseph J. 
Bellinghiere, Jr. 66 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Joseph J. Bellinghiere, 
Jr.; llMay70; DU77518. 

LITERARY HERITAGE SERIES. See 
PLAYS TO ENJOY. 
PLAYS TO REMEMBER. 

LITERATURE ON SOCIETY: THE UTOPIAN NOVEL 
IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. By Diana 
Lydia Bronte. 10 1. © Diana Bronte; 
2Jun70; C23350. 

A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM, by 
Jack O'Dell & Edwin C. Udey. 5 p. 
(Cradle roll/nursery filmstrip) 
Filmstrip script. © Regular Baptist 
Press; 22Dec69; C22570. 

LITTLE DAVID, by William Ewing. 56 1. 
A screenplay. © William Ewing; 
5Jan70; DU76066. 

LITTLE FISHERMAN; screenplay by Alice 
C. Danolds. 21 1. © Alice C. 
Danolds; 13Peb70; DU76332. 

THE LITTLE GROOVE MAKER ME, by J. Brown 
& B. Hobgood. Pt.l & 2. 2 sheets. 
© Golo Pub. Co.; 26jan70; C22571. 

THE LITTLE LAME PRINCE; book, music & 
lyrics by Estelle P. Epstein; a 
musical adaptation based on the book 
by Dinah Craik Mulock . 2 v. Two 
acts. © Estelle Pottern Epstein; 
Uul70; DU77520. 

LITTLE ONE; story by Susan McCain, pic- 
tures by Susan McCain & Alice D. Cook. 
11 1. Screenplay. © Susan J. McCain; 
13Apr70; DU76891. 

A LITTLE RENAISSANCE AT MOLLY'S by 
Christopher Cooper Mathewson. 44 1. 
A play. © Christopher Cooper Mathew- 
son; 10Apr70; DU76872. 

A LITTLE SINGING, A LITTLE DANCING, 
a hopeful comedy by Robert K. Smith. 
46 1. © Robert K. Smith; 20Apr70; 
DU7695 1 * • 

LITTLE SISTER, by Jolene Bleich (Jolene 
Bleich Goldenthal) 25 1. A play. 
© Jolene Goldenthal; l8May70; DU77200. 

LITTLE TIM; words & music by Lester M. 
Freshour. 3 1. © Lester Monroe 
Freshour; 26jun70; C23512. 

A LITTLE WHIPPED CREAM ON THE HEMLOCK, 
PLEASE, an original review by Alexan- 
der Fraser. 1 v. © Alexander Fraser; 
25Feb70; DU76437. 

LITTLE WHITE GIRL AND BIG BLACK MAN. 
See 
BIG BLACK MAN AND LITTLE WHITE GIRL. 

THE LITTLE WORLD OF DON CAMILLO, a musi- 
cal play; book & lyrics by Dorothy 
Wayne. 59 1. Two acts. Book only. 
Based on the stories of a warm hearted 
fiery Italian priest, by Giovanni 
Guareschi. © Dorothy Wayne; 12May70; 
DU77230. 

THE LIVING END, a comedy in two acts 
by Howard Marshall. Pacific Pali- 
sades, Calif., Villa D'Este. 
54 p. © Howard Marshall; 30Mar70; 
DP7323- 

THE LIVING HISTORY BOOK. 20 v. Tape 
scripts. Appl. author: Imperial In- 
ternational Learning. © Imperial In- 
ternational Learning; 13Apr70; C23111. 

THE LIZARD, by Mary Kennedy; based on 
a legend of Guatemala in the book 
Madre Milpa by Carlos Samayoa Chin- 
cilia. 33 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Mary Kennedy; 22May70; DU77257. 

LOANS . See 

CLUES TO CUSTOMERS. 



LOCKE. See 
SERIES A. 



Lecture 11. 



THE LOCUST AND THE LUNATIC, a comedy in 
two acts by Ralph Gordy; poetry by 
Ralph Gordy & Lee D. Leviton . 1 v. 
© Ralph Gordy; 27May70; DU77294 . 

LOFT . See 

THE SECRET LIST OF BENEDICT TULLY. 

LOGARITHMS, pt.l. 10 1 . Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 13Apr70; 
C23155- 

LOGARITHMS, pt.2. 9 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt . San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 13Apr70; 
C23156. 

LOGARITHMS, pt.3. 9 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 13Apr70; 
C23157- 

THE LONE A.P.E. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 20. 

LONELYHEARTS, a musical comedy in two 
acts by Richard Fried. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 15Apr68, DU71339. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Richard 
Fried; 10Jun70; DU77396. 

LONG JOHN JOKER. See 

BATMAN, LONG JOHN JOKER. 

LONG SONG. See 
NAGA UTA. 

A LONG TIME GONE - TEENAGE RUNAWAYS; 
slides & tape narration by Edith Kirk- 
patrick. 4 1. Appl. author: Mont- 
gomery Community College, employer for 
hire. © Montgomery Community College; 
22Apr70; C23291. 

LONG WAY FOR LOU; screenplay by Peter 
Thayer. 22 1 . © Peter Thayer; 
19Mar70; DU76650. 

LONGING FOR WORLDLY PLEASURES. See 
TRADITIONAL CHINESE PLAYS. 

LOOK INSIDE, by Ralph Thornbury & 
others. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Ralph T. Thornbury, Sheila Beards- 
ley, Roy W. Ragan, James Gladden, 
Thomas Phinizey, Jerry Hanner & 
Michael Stubbs; 22Jun70; DU77481. 

LOOSE LIPS SINK SHIPS, a comedy by Rich- 
ard Levy. 60 1. Seven scenes. 
©Richard Levy; 25Feb70; DU76434. 

THE LORDLY LION; for narrator, dance- 
pantomime & orchestra by Seymour 
Barab. New York, Boosey & Hawkes . 
29 P- (Tales of rhyme and reason) 
Vocal score. © Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 
lApr70; DP7277. 

THE LORD'S PRAYER, by Mary Helfrich. 
Downers Grove, 111., Contemporary 
Drama Service. 10 p. Appl. author: 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc., employer for 
hire. © Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 
9Jan70; DP7259. 

LORETTA MASON POTTS. See 
MICKEY. 

LORRAINE HANSBERRY. See 

BLACK LEADERS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY 
AMERICA. 

THE LOSERS, a play in one act by Leslie 
Johnson. 32 1. © Leslie Johnson; 
13Apr70; DU76902. 

LOST IN THE STARS. See 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 3. 



LOST PLAY SERIES. 
HEROINE. 



See 



THE LOST WEEKEND OF AN EATER. 5 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Up- 
john Co. © Upjohn Co.; 25Feb70; 
C22817 • 

LOTTIE; original half hour teleplay 
by Laura Koepke. No.l: Carlotta 
Crimp is coming. 18 1. © Laura 
Koepke; 26Feb70; DU76458. 

LOVE; (The way to go); words & music by 
Earl L. Hensley, Daniel C. Pawlak, Jr. 
& Donald J. Smith. Sheet. Recita- 
tion. © Earl L. Hensley; 6Mar70; 
C22859. 

LOVE, ACID, AND MELANIE CARTER, by David 
Graeme. 98 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© David R. Graeme; 4May70; DU77058. 

LOVE AGAIN, a 3 act musical play by Jara 
Kohout (Jaroslav Kohout); translated 
from Czech by Gustav Bock; music by 
Gustav Bock. 1 v. © Gustav Bock & 
Jaroslav Kohout; 24Apr70; DU76983. 

LOVE AND LET LOVE, a musical romance 
based on William Shakespeare's 
Twelfth Night. Adapted by John 
Lollos; lyrics by Don Christopher & 
John Lollos; music by Stanley Jay 
Gelber. New York, S. Fox Pub. Co. 
51 1. Two acts. Book only. 
© John Lollos; 5Jan70; DP7209. 

LOVE AND MONEY, by Orin Tovrov. 37 1. 
A television play in 2 acts. © Orin 
Tovrov; 13Mar70; DU76600. 

LOVE FOR LOVE, by William Congreve, 
edited by M. M. Kelsall. London, 
Ernest Benn. 130 p. Five acts. 
(The New mermaids) NM: editor's 
introd., revision & notes. © Ernest 
Benn, Ltd.; 25Nov69; AF30394. 

THE LOVE GAME, a satirical comedy by 
Addison Webb, pseud, of Bernard A. 
Grossman. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Bernard A. Grossman; 9Ma-r70; 
DU76534 . 

THE LOVE- GIRL AND THE INNOCENT, by 

Alexander Solzhenitsyn; a play trans- 
lated by Nicholas Bethell & David 
Burg. London, Bodley Head. 131 p. 
Four acts. © Alexander Solzhenitsyn & 
on English translation: Bodley Head; 
22Aug69; DFO-1717. 

LOVE IN; four one act plays by Marjory 
Soffer. Ill 1. Contents: Love in the 
thrift shop. — Love in the file room. — 
Love in the park. --Love in the class- 
room. © Marjory Soffer; 19Feb70; 
DU76502. 

A LOVE IN THE DESERT, an original story 
& screenplay by Meyer Glickman. 
90 1. © Meyer Glickman; 20Jan70; 
DU76146. 

LOVE IS A FEVER, by Zoe Leger . 144 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Zoe E. Leger; 
5Jan70; DU76130. 

LOVE IS A GAME, a musical in two acts 
by Jon E. Travis. 34 1. Book only. 
© Jon E. Travis; 6Feb70; DU7634l. 

LOVE IS A TIME OF DAY, by John Patrick. 
New York, Dramatists Play Service. 
66 p. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 5Aug68, DU72117. NM: additions 
& revisions. © John Patrick; 12May70; 
DP7326. 

LOVE IS LIKE THAT, a new comedy by Ben 
A. Golding. 1 v. Two acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Betina, my love, 
10Jul69, DU74813. NM: revisions. 
© Ben A. Golding; 30Mar70; DU76734 . 

LOVE IS THE LUST, by David P. Stromeyer. 
40 1. A play. © David P. Stromeyer; 
25May70; DU77274 . 

LOVE ON A DARK NIGHT, a ceremony of 
remembrance by Neal Black. 1 v. 
A play in three parts. © Robert Neal 
Black; 27Mar70; DU76727. 



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LOVE THE FIRST NIGHT, by Peter Moses. 
142 1. A play in 2 acts. © Peter 
Moses; 2Apr70; DU76793- 

THE LOVELY BUBBLELY BLISS OF ATLAS 
BOTTOMLES, by John Terrence Reilly. 
6 1. A play. © John Terrence 
Reilly; 25Jun70; DU77534. 

THE LOVES OF COUNT IORGA, VAMPIRE; writ- 
ten by Bob Kelljan, pseud, of Robert 
Kelljchian. 1 v. A screenplay. 
© Bob Kelljan; 2Jan70; DU76016. 

LOW CALORIE DIET, by Virginia Toews 
Stucky. 11 1. Script. © Virginia 
Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teaching Pro- 
grams; 20Mar70; C23015 . 

LOW SODIUM, LOW CALORIE, POINT SCRIPT, 
by Patricia M. Gardner, Marilyn J. 
Lucas & Mary Ann Olsson. 16 1. 
© Department of Dietetics & Nutrition, 
University of Kansas Medical Center; 
23Jan70; C22831. 

LUCECITA; original de Delia Fiallo. 
1 v. A screenplay. © 25Julfab; 
DU76712. 

THE LUCIFER CELL, an original screen- 
play by Jack Godler; suggested by the 
novel by William Fennerton. 149 1. 
© Jack Godler; Uul70; DU77513- 

LUCILLE OF JAMAICA. See 
MIDDLE AMERICA. 

LUCKY-PETER'S JOURNEY, a comedy with 
music by Malcolm Williamson, libretto 
by Edmund Tracey; based upon a fairy- 
tale by August Strindberg. London, 
J. Weinberger. 1 v. Three acts. 
Libretto. © Josef Weinberger, Ltd.; 
l8Dec69; DF2034. 

LUCRETIUS. See 

SERIES A. Lecture 7. 

LUOGO. See 

LL FARSIUOMO. 
LYLE, a musical comedy by Sidney Miller 
& Toby Garson, music by Janet Gari, 
lyrics by Toby Garson. 1 v. Two 
acts. From the books by Bernard 
Waber. Book & lyrics only. © Janet 
Gari, Toby Garson & Sidney Miller; 
2Apr70; DU76782. 

LYRIC POEMS OF CATULLUS, by Harrington 
E. Crissey, Jr. 5 1- Three acts. 
NM: translation. © Harrington E. 
Crissey, Jr.; 7Dec67; DF7202. 

LYSISTRATA. See 
FOUR MAJOR PLAYS. 

MAMA DON'T 'LLOW NO BANGING HERE NO 
MORE. 



M 



M, by Harvey Jacobs & David Martin. 
Sheet. Dialogue. © United Artists 
Music Co., Inc. & Daylark Music, Inc.; 
4May70; C 23208. 

MABINOGION, a screenplay by David Dal- 
ton. 1 v. A musical play. Book & 
lyrics only. © David Dalton; l6Mar70; 
DU76682. 

MACBETH, by William Shakespeare; edited 
by Kenneth Muir. 9th ed . London, 
Methuen; Cambridge, Mass., Harvard 
University Press. 204 p. (The Arden 
edition of the works of William 
Shakespeare) Five acts. Appl. 
author: Methuen & Co., employer for 
hire. © on editorial matter; Methuen 
& Co.; 28May64 (in notice: 1962) ; 
AF30376. 

MACBETH; edited & fully annotated by 
Edmund Fuller. New York, Dell Pub. 
Co. 255 p. (Invitation to Shake- 
speare) Five acts. © on introd.; 
Edmund Fuller; l6Feb67 (in notice: 
1966); A149306. 



MACBETH. See 

A BOOK OF DRAMA, 4. 
THREE TRAGEDIES. 

THE MCCARTHY PHENOMENON. See 
FIRING LINE. 11^. 

MCCARTHYISM. See 
FIRING LINE. 10. 

THE MCCLUER PLAN; tape scripts by Martin 
T. Barrett & Florence M. Phelps. 1 v. 
© Innovative Curricula, Inc.; 24Apr70; 
C23236. 

MCDONALD'S, WHERE IT'S HAPPENING! An 
employee orientation filmstrip & 
recording script for McDonald's 
Systems, Inc. by Marv David for Jam 
Handy Productions. Feb. 1969- 59 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
©McDonald's Systems, Inc.; 24jun70; 
C 23 488. 

MCGRAW-HILL SERIES IN GERMAN LITERA- 
TURE. See 
EGMONT . 
NATHAN DER WEISE. 

MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION. Lesson 1-2. 
2 v. Tape scripts. Appl. author: 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; Uun70; C23426-23427 . 

MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION. Lesson 3. 

12 1, Script. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District; 15Jun70; C23394. 

MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION. Lesson 4: Learn- 
ing to dictate. 12 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; Uun70; C23428. 

MACHINES LESSON 1, LIFTING WITH LEVERS, 
by Roger W. Bodley & Robert C. Good- 
man. 6 1. (Doing science) Tape 
script. © Flexible Learning Systems, 
Inc.; 6Apr70; C23082. 

MACHINES ON MACHINES, by Barry Litvack. 
1 v. A play in 2 scenes. t- Barry 
Litvack; 31Mar70; DU76752- 

THE MACLEANS OF MARIN, a comedy in two 
acts by Glen B. Eakin. 29 1. © Glen 
Byron Eakin; 24Nov69; DU76036. 

MACMILLAN READING PROGRAM. See 
BOLD JOURNEYS, GRADE FIVE. 
INTO NEW WORLDS, GRADE SIX. 
THE MAGIC WORD, GRADE FOUR. 
AN OVERVIEW OF THE TEACHER'S ANNOTATED 

EDITION FOR THE MACMILLAN READING 

PROGRAM, GRADES 1-3 • 
AN OVERVIEW OF THE TEACHER'S ANNOTATED 

EDITION TO ACCOMPANY THE MACMILLAN 

READING PROGRAM, GRADES 4-6. 
PREPRIMERS, GRADE ONE. 
A SCRIPT TO ACCOMPANY ENCHANTED GATES, 

GRADE TWO. 
A TAPE TO ACCOMPANY BETTER THAN GOLD, 

GRADE THREE, LEVEL ONE. 
A TAPE TO ACCOMPANY WORLDS OF WONDER, 

PRIMER. 

MAD, MAD, TEA PARTY. See 

BATMAN: A MAD, MAD, TEA PARTY. 

MADAME BUTTERFLY, by Anne Grossman. 
38 1. Opera in 3 acts. Libretto. 
© on English translation; Anne Gross- 
man; 8jun70; DU77367 • 

MADE FOR EACH OTHER, an original 

screenplay by Renee Taylor & Joseph 
Bologna. 134 1. © Joseph Bologna 
& Renee Taylor; 2Mar70; DU76472. 

THE MADONNA, a play in 2 acts by Morris 
Sigalowsky. 40 1. © Morris Siga- 
lowsky; 27Jan70; DU76195. 



MADRE MILPA. See 
THE LIZARD. 

MAGERSFONTEIN (Tomorrow, with love) By 
Tom Quirk. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Sep68, 
DU72492. HM: additions sc revisions. 
Tom Quirk; lDec69; DU76041. 

MAGGIE DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE, by 
Donald CaDezzona i Fred Olson. 39 1. 
A clay in" 3 Darts. © Donald Capez- 
zona & Fred Olson; 13Apr70; DU76889. 

THE MAGGOTS, an original screenplay by 
Sol Kaplan, Reva Schlesinger & George 
Pitt. 120 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Person or persons unknown, 7Feb69, 
DU73482. NM: additions & revisions. 
© George R. Pitt, Sol Kaplan & Reva 
Schlesinger; l6Mar70; DU76610. 

MAGIC FLUTE. See 
DIE ZAUBERFLOTE. 

THE MAGIC MIRROR TALE, by Martha 
Wozniak, music by Gregory Sore; - 
lyrics by Paulette Posluszny. 1 v. 
A play. A free adaptation with 
music of Snow White and the seven 
dwarfs, by the Brothers Grimr.. 
© Martha Wozniak; 2Apr70; DU76775 • 

THE MAGIC OF MUSIC; written by Charles 
Blackman. 19 1. Video tape script. 
© Charles Blackman; 13Apr70; C23H5. 

MAGIC TIME, by William Kushner. 9 1. 
A play. © William Kushner; 2Apr70; 
DU76791- 

THE MAGIC WORD, GRADE FOUR. 12 1. 
(Macmillan reading program) Tape 
script. ©Macmillan Co.; l6Mar70; 
C23027 . 

THE MAGIC WORLD, a play for primary 
children by Sunna Rasch. 16 1. 
(A poetry in 3-D production) 
© Sunna Cooper Rasch; 22Jun70; 
DU77480. 

THE MAGICIAN OF BRAUWEDEIN, KREAE, by 
John Heuer. 186 1. A play. 
© John Heuer; 8May70; DU77096. 

MAGNETIC FIELDS. See 
MAGNETISM LESSONS 1-4. 

MAGNETIC INTERACTIONS. See 
MAGNETISM LESSONS 1-4. 

MAGNETISM LESSONS 1-4, by Roger W. Bod- 
ley & Robert C. Goodman. 4 v. (Doing 
science) Tape scripts. Contents: 
Magnetic interactions. — Strength of 
magnets. — Magnetic fields. — Electro- 
magnets. © Flexible Learning Systems, 
Inc.; 6Apr70; C23083, 

THE MAGNIFICENT TRAVELS, ADVENTURES, 
CAMPAIGNS, LOVES, AND LIVES OF BARON 
MUNCHAUSEN; or, The great adventure 
of Hieronymus Baron Von Munchausen. 
Conceived & owned by Allan A. Buck- 
hantz, screenplay by Shepherd Mead. 
1st draft. 1 v. A screenplay. 
Based on Singular travels, campaigns, 
and adventures of Baron Munchausen, 
by R. E. Raspe. Appl. author: Allan 
A. Buckhantz, employer for hire of 
Shepherd Mead. © Allan A. Buckhantz; 
13May70; DU77194. 

MAID'S FORGIVENESS. See 

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF JOHN JAY 
CHAPMAN. 

MAINLINER; narrative script by Beverly 
Bruce Havard (Beverly A. Havard) & 
Marian Stanton, pseud, of Marian G. 
Johnson. 5 1. © Beverly Bruce 
Havard & Marian Stanton; 6May70; 
C23226. 

LA MAISON DES CASTILLON, by Janine 
Blanchet-Booker. 1 v. A play in 
4 acts. © Janine Booker; 6Apr70; 
DU76770. 



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35 



LE MAITRE ET MARGUERITE, un film d'Alek- 
sandar Petrovic d'apres le roman de 
Mikhail Boulgakov. 704 1. © French 
Reproduction Rights, Inc.; 22Apr70; 
DU76908. 

MAKE A JOYFUL NOISE, a musical testament 
of faith written by the Youth of Wood- 
mont Christian Church under the direc- 
tion of Joseph H. Bragg, Jr. 1 v. 
Appl. authors: Woodmont Christian 
Church Youth, Joseph H. Bragg, Jr. & 
John F. Farrar. © Woodmont Christian 
Church; 8Dec69; DU76106. 

MAKE AMERICA BEAUTIFUL. See 
AN EVENING OF ONE ACT PLAYS. 

MAKING A BETTER WORLD, by Helen Seitter 
Stocklen, 5 1. © Helen Seitter 
Stocklen; 30Mar70; AI56569. 

MAKING MONEY. See 

THE DOGS; OR, THE PARIS COMEDY AND 
TWO OTHER PLAYS: CHRIS SICK; OR 
HAPPY NEW YEAR ANYWAY, MAKING MONEY, 
AND NINETEEN OTHER VERY SHORT PLAYS. 

THE MAKING OF A PIG. See 

THE SOLVER'S SECRET REVOLUTIONARY 
PIG. 

MAKING THE ROUNDS WITH THE BLAZER; 
recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division, 10 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
24jun70; C23487. 

MALCOLM IN MECCA, a parable of brother- 
hood by Verna Tomasson. 30 1. 
A play. © Verna Tomasson; 4May70; 
DU77063. 

MALCOLM/MAN/DON'T LIVE HERE NO MO, 

by Sonia Sanchez (Wilsonia B. Sanchez) 
4 1. A play. © Sonia Sanchez; 
13May70; DU77177- 

MALCOLM X. See 

BLACK LEADERS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY 
AMERICA. 

MALICE IN WONDERLAND, by Mars Andrew 

Hill. 54 1. A play. © Mars Andrew . 
Hill; 7Apr70; DU76786 . 

MAMA; pre-screen play by Stefan Gheorghe 
A. Theodoru. 23 1. Rumanian. 
© Stefan Gheorghe Theodoru; 9Jun70; 
DU77379- 

MAMA DON'T ' LLOW NO BANGING HERE NO 
MORE; or, Feud in ' , fightin' & fadood- 
lin 1 . By Justus E. Wyman. Freely 
adapted from Aristophanes' Lysistrate 
[sic] 118 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Justus E. Wyman; 29Dec69; DU76043. 

MAMA MEDEA, by Jack Stokes. 31 1. 
A play. © Jack Tilden Stokes; 
6Apr70; DU76826. 

MAMA'S BOY, a one act play with three 
scenes by Robert C. Johnson, Jr. 
19 1. © Robert C. Johnson, Jr.; 
28Apr70; DU77023. 

MAN, by Marjorie S, Coates. Sheet. 
© Marjorie S. Coates; Uun70; C23266 . 

A MAN AND HIS WIFE, a play in two acts 
by Guy Bolton. 1 v. © Guy Bolton; 
19Jan70; DU76117. 

MAN AND THE ANIMALS. See 

LAY SERMON ON THE BOOK OF JONAH, 

STARS WERE MADE TO TWINKLE, AND MAN 
AND THE ANIMALS. 

MAN AND THE MACHINE: FROSPECTS FOR THE 
HUMAN ENTERPRISE; April 9, 1970; lec- 
ture by George Wald, Harvey Brooks & 
Daniel Bell. 3 v. (Computers, com- 
munications and the public interest) 
© Johns Hopkins Press; 28May70; 
C23444„ 



A MAN AROUND THE HOUSE; or, As a suitor, 
would he suit her. By Philip Hunter. 
14 1. A play. © Philip Hunter; 
12Mar70; DU76586. 

THE MAN BEHIND THE FIST IN THE COSTLY 
MISTAKE, created by Andy Stewart; 
written by A. & J. Stewart. 27 1. 
A screenplay in 15 scenes. © Andy 
E. Stewart & Bonnie Joan Stewart; 
2Mar70; DU76410. 

A MAN MORE THAN MAN, a play in three 
acts by Stephen Dwight Jones. 34 1. 
© Stephen Dwight Jones; 26Feb70; 
DU76444 . 

A MAN OF SORROWS, a dramatization of 
the betrayal, trials, and crucifixion 
of Jesus. By George S. Scoufalos. 
1 v. Four acts. ©George S. 
Scoufalos; lMar70; DP7255 ■ 

THE MAN WHO KILLED BEETHOVEN, a farce 
in one act by Joseph Hart. 21 1. 
© Joseph Hart; 5Jan70; DU76062. 

THE MAN WHO LOVED MUSIC, by Howard 

Pflanzer. 46 1. A play in 9 scenes. 
© Howard Pflanzer; 13Jan70; DU76096. 

MANIFEST DESTINY. 10 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt . San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; 19Jan70; C22541. 

MANIFEST: TODAY AND THE DAY BEORE, a 
play by Ellsworth Harold Schave, 
based on the novel The Swiss family, 
Robinson, by Johann Wyss. 36 1. 
Two acts. © Ellsworth Harold 
Schave, Jr.; 2Feb70; DU76366. 

.MAN'S RELATIONSHIP TO GOD. Tape 34 1, 
side 2, by Clara Grace. 22 1. A re- 
corded tape Bible lesson. © Clara 
Grace; 25May70; C23275 . 

MANTEAU D'ARLEQUIN. See 

ARBALETES ET VIELLES RAPIERES . 
LES IMMORTELLES. 
LE JARDBT AUX BETTERAVES. 
JEUX DE MASSACRE. 
OCTOBRE A ANGOULEME. 
TROTSKY, ETC. 

MARCELLA, by Barbara Sylvia Biesantz. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Barbara 
Sylvia Biesantz; 24jun70; DU775^7. 

MARCOLFA, AND NOT ALL THIEVES ARE MIS- 
CHIEVOUS, two one act farces by Dario 
Fo; translated & adapted with his con- 
sent by Adrienne Moore Douglass & 
Maurice Edwards. 1 v. © Adrienne 
Moore Douglass & Maurice Edwards; 
29Jan70; DU77250. 

MARDI GRAS. See 

THE CREDIBILITY GAP. 

MARGIE HYSAW, a dramatico-musical com- 
position by George Green. 1 v. Four 
acts. © George Green; 4Nov69; 
DU76023. 

MARIE. See 

ENTRE CHIEN ET LOUP. 

MARIVAUX; notices de Sylvie Chevally. 
[Geneva, Switzerland] Distribue par 
le Cercle du Bibliophile. 638 p. 
(Les Genies du theatre francais) 
(Le theatre complet de Marivaux, III) 
© on notices; Edito-Service, S.A ; 
15Nov69; AFO- 60318. 

MARJORIE DIAMONDSTIEN; or, Once again 
the forces of evil fall in the face of 
chicken soup. Written by William 
Klein & Robert J. Tindall. 17 1. 
A musical play. Book only. © Robert 
James Tindall & William Klein; 
I4jan70; DU76118. 

MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY: SITUATIONS 
CAUSING PROBLEMS IN FAMILY LIVING 
(Tape scripts) Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 



Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict. 

1. Introduction. 19Jan70; C22535- 

2. Divorce. © 19Jan70; C22534. 

3. Death. © 19Jan70; C22533- 

4. Adoption. © 19Jan70; C22532- 

5. Foster homes and institutional 
care. © 19Jan70; C22531- 

6. Handicapped children. © 19Jan70; 
C22530. 

THE MARRIAGE TEST, by Jonathan Gillman . 
(In Playwrights for tomorrow; edited 
with an introd. by Arthur H. Ballet. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press, v.6, p. [43] -65) Appl. states 
prev. reg. 20ct68, DU72618. © Jona- 
than Gillman; 2Sep69; DP7345 ■ 

MARTIN LUTHER KING. See 

BLACK LEADERS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY 
AMERICA. 

THE MARTLET'S TALE; screenplay by John 
Crowther & Nicholas Delbanco; based 
on the novel of the same title by 
Nicholas Delbanco. 114 1. Appl. au- 
thor: R.H.M. Productions, division of 
R.H.M. Associates of Delaware, Inc., 
employer for hire. Appl. states prev. 
pub. 3Jun66, A868469. NM: dramatiza- 
tion. © R.H.M. Productions, division 
of R.H.M. Associates of Delaware, 
Inc.; 20Apr70; DU76963. 

THE MARVELOUS KEY, a one hour TV docu- 
mentary on computers by Lee Speer. 
1 v. © G. Carlton Doan Film Produc- 
tions; 31Mar70; DU768OI. 

MARVIN GARDENS, by Michael 0. Gold. 
21 1. A play. © Michael 0. Gold; 
9Feb70; DU76304. 

MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE. See 

BLACK LEADERS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY 
AMERICA. 

MASADA, by James Monos . 1 v. A play. 
© James Monos & Anne Wilson; 5Feb70: 
DU76288. 

THE MASK, by D. A. Mccarty. Old, new 
places - faces; In between; The real 
truth, 1 v. Three plays, © David 
Allen Mccarty; 20Apr70; DU76949. 

MASS FOR DIONYSUS, by James Maloon; 
based on The bacchae of Euripides. 
83 1. A play. © James Maloon; 
l6Feb70; DU76408. 

THE MASTER PLAN, an original screenplay 
by Lawrence McCann. 74-1. © Lawrence 
H. McCann; 25May70; DU77273 . 

MATERIA MEDICA, a comic exercise by 
Barbara Nosanow. 17 1. A play in 
1 act. © Barbara Field Nosanow; 
9Feb70; DU76312. 

MATHU, a teleplay series by Joseph F. 
Irwin. Script 1. 34 1. © Joseph F 
Irwin; 23Mar70; DU7669O. 

MATHU, a teleplay series by Joseph F. 
Irwin. Script 2: There's a circus in 
town. 26 1. © Joseph F. Irwin; 
23Mar70; DU76691. 

MATHU, a teleplay series by Joseph F. 
Irwin. Script 7: Football hero. 
33 1. © Joseph F. Irwin; 23Mar70; 
DU76692. 

MATHU, a teleplay series by Joseph F. 
Irwin. Script 9: The forgotten car. 
33 1. © Joseph F. Irwin; 23Mar70; 
DU76693. 

MATILDA, a motion picture shooting 
script by Karen Gallogly. 80 1. 
© Karen Gallogly; 21Jan70; DU76157. 

LES MATINEES STRUCTURALISTES, par 
Roger Cremant, pseud, de Clement 
Rosset. [Paris] R. Laffont. J31 p. 
(Libertes collection, 79) © Robert 
Laffont; 30Sep69; DFO-1732. 



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Jan.-June 



A MATTER OF TIME, a play for television 
by Bert Vorchheimer. 53 !■■ slx 
scenes. © Bert Vorchheimer; 9Mar70; 
DU76622. 

MATTHEW OF BELIZE. See 
MIDDLE AMERICA. 

MATU-BA; new drama conception in 4 
acts by Sgat, pseud, of Stefan 
- Gheorghe Theodoru. 65 1. © Stefan 
Gheorghe Theodoru; 26jan70; DU76182. 

MAXWELL HOUSE COMMERCIAL, by Joe Wright. 
3 1. Two parts. © Joe Wright; 
l6Feb70; DU76370. 

MAY I HAVE YOUR AUTOGRAPH, MR. SMITH? 
A dark fable by James Inman. 297 1. 
A play in 3 parts. © James Inman; 
20Feb70; DU76406. 

MAY WE WRITE YOUR EPITAPH NOW, MR. 
EMMET. See 
THE MUNDY SCHEME. 

MAYHEM AT MAYHEW, by David S. Meranze 
8c Marc Alan Zagoren. 1 v. A play 
in three acts. © David Samuel 
Meranze 8c Marc Alan Zagoren; 
7Apr70; DU76838. 

MAYHEM ON MONDAY IN YONKERS, a two act 
play by Dan O'Hara (Donald O'Hara) 
27 1. © Donald O'Hara; 8jun70; 
DU77365 ■ 

MEALS WITH CLOCK. Ft. 2, by Virginia 
Toews Stucky. 9 1. Script. © Vir- 
ginia Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teach- 
ing Programs; 20Mar70; C23017. 

MEALS WITH CLOCKS, by Virginia Toews 
Stucky, 10 1. Script. Appl. ti. : 
Meals with clock. © Virginia Toews 
Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teaching Programs; 
20Mar70; C23018. 

MEALS WITH CLOCKS; quick tape by Vir- 
ginia Toews Stucky. 7 1. Appl. ti. : 
Meals with clock. © Virginia Toews 
Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teaching Programs; 
20Mar70; C23016. 

THE MEANING OF CHANGE, by Herbert L. 
Klemme. 3 1- © Herbert L. Klemme; 
20Apr70; C23I89. 

MEASUREMENT; MEASURING WITH CENTI- 
METERS 8c MEASURING LENGTH IN INCHES, 
by Roger W. Bodley 5c Robert C. Good- 
man. Lesson 1-2. 2 v. (Doing 
science) Tape script. © Flexible 
Learning Systems, Inc.; 20Apr70; 
C23188. 

MEDEA. See 

OUT OF THE MAELSTROM. 

MEDICAL SECRETARY. Lesson 1, 8 1. 
Tape script, Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt . San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; Uun70; C231J20. 

MEDICAL SECRETARY, Lesson 2. 10 1. 
Tape script. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; Uun70; C23421 

THE MEETING, a film by Leonard Glasser. 
26 1. © Leonard Glasser; 13May70; 
DU77170. 

MEETING. See 

A LIMB OF SNOW, AND THE MEETING. 

MEIN HERZ FUR SYLVIA: Operette in 

drei Akten von Fritz Mulle, Gesangs- 

texte Erich Einegg, Musik von Will 

Meisel. Berlin, Meisel 8c Co. 

117 1. Book 8c lyrics only. 

© Edition Meisel & Co., G.M.B.H.; 

15Sep42; DF2048. 



LE MELODRAME; choix etabll avec des 
notices par Gilbert Sigaux. [Geneva, 
Switzerland] Dlstribue par le 
Cercle du Bibliophile. 330 p. 
(Les Genies du theatre francals) 
©on notices: Edito-Service, S.A.; 
15Nov69; AFO-60319. 

MENTAL RENEWAL, by Dick Semaan. 11 1. 
Talk. © Dick Semaan d.b.a. Semaan 
Enterprises; 2Mar70; C22833- 

MERCY, by Reuben Guberman. Downers 
Grove, 111., Contemporary Drama 
Service. 13 p. Two scenes. Appl. 
author: Arthur Meriwether, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc.; 9Jan70; DP7257. 
MERMAID DRAMABOOK. See 

NEW AMERICAN PLAYS. 
MERRIMOPPETS FOR CHRISTMAS, by Frances 
B. Watts. Dansville, N.Y. , Instruc- 
tor Publications. 8 p. © Instructor 
Publications, Inc.; 60ct69; DP7228. 

THE MERRY WIVES OF HOTMATIKI, by Jack 
L. Bellamy. Rev. ed. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
23Nov65, DU64657. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Jack Logan Bellamy; 
9Apr70; DU76856. 

THE MESHES OF THE CRAFTY NET, by Edward 
Moor, pseud, of Edward Kornberg. 
124 1. A screenplay. © Edward 
Kornberg; 6jan70; DU7c068. 
MESSAGE FROM THE PEN, by Ngri Black, 
pseud, of Archie A. Briggs . 47 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Archie A. Briggs; l6Mar70; DU76658. 

THE MESSIAH IN ABEL OLIVER, by Bruce 

Elliott Barker. 1 v. © Bruce Elliott 

Barker; 8Jun70; C 23374 . 
METAMORPHOSIS, a screenplay by Joan 

Halweil. 4l 1. © Joan Halweil; 

19Feb70; DU76398. 

THE METAMORPHOSIS, by William J. Powell; 
screenplay based on a novella by Franz 
Kafka. 1 v. © William Jerome Powell; 
19Jan70; DU76247. 

METAMORPHOSIS OF JOE WILLIAMS. See 
NEW TECHNIQUES IN MANAGEMENT. 

METHODS OF DEVELOPMENT: DEFINITION. 

13 1. Script. Appl. author: Mt . San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District; 15Jun70; C23395- 

METRO MENACES THE '70'S (Will Minneso- 
tans fall for the Metro syndicate?) 
Remarks by Jo Hindman (Josephine L. 
Hindman) 16 1, © Josephine L. Hind- 
man; 13Apr70; C23118. 

A MEXICAN BIRD ACT, by Denhis Must. 
1 v. A play. © Dennis Must; 
25Jun70; DU77538. 

MEYER LANDSKY, a play in 5 acts by Hy 
Lerner (Hyman Lerner) 110 1. © Hy 
Lerner; 19Mar70; DU76731. 

MICHELLE; audio drama by Jory Sherman. 
17 1. © Jory Sherman; 28jan70; 
DU76217. 

MICKEY, by Mary Chase. Dramatists 
Play Service. 56 p. Two acts. 
Based on the novel Loretta Mason 
Potts, by the same author. © Mary 
Coyle Chase: 2Dec69; DP7206. 

MIDDLE AMERICA. Written & produced by 
Joshua Tree Productions. 8 v. Film- 
strip scripts. Contents: Alfredo of 
Costa Rica. — David of Fanama. — Julian 
of Guatemala. — Paco of Puerto Rico. — 
Elena of Mexico City. — Pedro of Mexi- 
co. — Matthew of Belize. — Lucille of 
Jamaica. © Look/Listen 5c Learn, a 
subsidiary of Audio Visual Interna- 
tional Corp.; 6Feb70; C22670. 



THE MIDDLE EAST. See 
FIRING LINE. 97. 

THE MID-EAST CRISIS. See 
FIRING LINE. 6l. 

MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. See 
ONE WORLD. 

MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, by Charles Fleming. 
33 1. (Tourtapes) Tape script. 
©Frost Productions, Inc.; 13Apr70; 

C23112. 

MILLENNIUM, a play in 10 scenes by 
Barry Dinerman. 82 1. © Barry 
Dinerman; 19Feb70; DU76395- 

MILLIE, a farce in three acts by Eula 0. 
Jack. 55 1. © Eula 0. Jack; 25Feb70; 
DU76438. 

THE MILLION DOLLAR TRIP, a play in three 
acts by Lonnie Lutz. 62 1. l> Lonnie 
Richard Lutz; 30Mar7O; DU76735 . 

MIND IN EVOLUTION: AN HYPOTHESIS, by 
Seymour Hilsenrath. 31. © Seymour 
Hilsenrath; 20Mar70; C22971. 

MINDY, a one-act play by Doris R. 
Brazeal. 12 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 19Mar70, DU76645. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Doris R. Brazeal; 
15Jun70; DU77406. 

MINDY, a one-act play by Doris R. 
Brazeal. 10 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 19Mar70, DU76645. NM: revisions 
& additions. © Doris R. Brazeal; 
12May70; DU775^0. 

MINDY, by Doris R. Brazeal. 28 1. 

A play. © Doris R. Brazeal; 19Mar70; 
DU76645 . 

MINE EYES HAVE SEEN THE GLORY, a black 
history drama in three acts by 
Ellwoodson Williams (Elwood E. 
Williams) 1 v. © Ellwoodson 
Williams; 2Feb70; DU76258. 

MINE, NOT YOURS, by Janice Guthrie 
Mundy. 11 1. A play. © Janice 
Guthrie Mundy; 27Mar70; DU76724 . 

MINIMUM COST DRILLING, by Frank W. Cole. 
32 1. © Frank W. Cole Engineering 
Co.; 29Dec69; C22487. 

THE MINISKIRT MANEUVER, a love story in 
three acts by James M. Waldrop. 1 v. 
© James M. Waldrop; 29Jun70; DU77463. 

MINNESOTA; a small boy remembered, by 
Jack Segal. 23 1. © Jack Segal; 
28Apr70; C23289. 

THE MINOR DISCOMFORTS OF PREGNANCY. 
See 
THE NEXT NINE MONTHS. Program 1. 

MINORITY GROUPS, 17 v.. Seventeen 

scripts. Contents: 3701-3717: Negroes 
in America. — Jews in America. --The 
Greeks in America. — The French in 
America. --The Welsh in America. --The 
Chinese in America. — The Netherlanders 
in America. — The Indians in America. — 
Italians in America, — Poles in the 
United States. --Germans in America. — 
The Irish in America. — The Yankees. — 
Japanese in the United States, — Puerto 
Ricans in America. --Hungarians in 
America, --Armenians in America. Appl. 
author: Education Unlimited Corp, 
© Education Unlimited Coro. ; HMay70; 
C23237. 

THE MIRACLE, by Barbara Hardaway. 

1 v. A play in 3 scenes. © Barbara 
Denise Hardaway; 28Apr70; DU77025- 

MIRACLE IN BETHLEHEM, a Christmas drama 
by Lynda Fletcher Richwine. Kansas 
City, Mo., Lillenas Pub. Co. 24 p. 
Four scenes. © Lillenas Pub. Co., 
a registered trade name of the Naza- 
rene Pub. House; 15Mar70; DP7306. 



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37 



THE MIRROR; opera in 1 act, 4 scenes, 
by Frank Campo; original story & 
libretto by the composer. Ann Arbor, 
University Microfilms. Microfilm. 
Thesis, University of Southern Cali- 
fornia. © Frank. Philip Campo; 
28Feb69; DP7212. 

THE MIRROR; or, Desperate nights at a 
poker game. A play in three acts by 
Don Nelsen (Donald Nelsen) 1 v. 
© Donald Nelsen; 6Apr70; DU76817. 

MISANTHROPE AND HIS LADY'S FUN. See 
CANADIAN TRILOGY. 

MISS G-OLDI LOCKS, a musical play for 
children in two acts, adapted loosely 
from Goldilocks and the three bears. 
Book, Adeline Winter & Jean Kopf; mu- 
sic, Jean Kopf. 2 v. © Jean Kopf 
(Mrs. Robert Kopf) & Adeline Winter 
(Mrs. W. E. Winter); 20Mar70; DU76675 . 

MISS JULIE. See 
P0 MISS JULIE. 

MISS SHOPPERS WORLD; original television 
script by Alfred Formichelli. 3 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 7Mar69, 
C2l44g & prev. pub. 3Apr69; A59465. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Alfred 
Formichelli; HMar70; C22903. 

MISS THING; or, Never as great. By Jay 
Fletcher (William H. Fletcher) 16 1. 
A play. © William H. Fletcher; 
lApr70; DU76764 . 

THE MISSING LINK. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 5- 

MISSION OF TERROR, an original screen- 
play by Randy Palmer, pseud, of 
Richard Caputo, & James Trillo, 
created from an idea suggested by 
Joseph Castle. Shooting script. 
110 1. © Randy Palmer & James 
Trillo; 9Jun70-; DU77392. 

MISSION: POSSIBLE SCRIPT, by Neil Baud- 
huin. Sheet. © Hal Leonard/Pointer 
Publications, Inc.; 25May70; C23278. 

MISSLE BEACH PARTY. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 52. 

MR. AND MRS. GRACE, a play by The Mud, 
pseud, of Donald Cape z zona & Fred 
Olson. 56 1. Two acts. © Donald 
Capezzona & Fred Olson; 29Jun70; 
DU77564. 

MR. BAGGY PANTS, a screenplay by Thomas 
Benenson. 137 1. © Thomas Ralph 
Benenson; 22Jan70; DU76"l67. 

MR. DOT RESPONDS TO ACTION, by J. Pack- 
ard Laird. 8 1. Four acts. 
© J. Packard Laird; 25Nov69; DP7313. 

MR EAGLE AND MR. CROW, by Carl Edward 
Anderson, Sr . 2 1. © Carl Edward 
Anderson, Sr.; 9Mar70; C22920. 

MR. LAND TURTLE MEETS HIS COUSIN, by 
Carl Edward Anderson, Sr . 6 1. 
© Carl Edward Anderson, Sr . ; 9Mar70; 
C22919. 

MR. SYCAMORE, a new musical by Dana 
Suesse; based on the story by Robert 
Avre 1 v. Two acts. Appl. states 
pi-v! reg. Apr. 1937- NM: additions. 
© Dana Suesse; 7May70; DU77473- 



MR. WELK AND JERSEY JIM. 
A FEW ENQUIRIES. 



See 



MIXED NUTS; original story by Paul 
Bartel, screenplay by Paul Bartel & 
Stuart Hample. 2d draft. 109 1- 
Appl. states prev. reg. as The reluc- 
tant swingers, 10Nov69, DU75771- 
NM: additions & revisions. © Paul 
Bartel; l6Mar70; DU76611. 



MOBILIZING THE POOR. 
FIRING LINE. 79. 



See 



THE MOD DONNA, a play with music; play 
& lyrics by Myrna Lamb, music by 
Sue Hulsman Bingham (Susan Hulsman 
Bingham) 2 v. Two acts. © Myrna 
Lamb & Susan Hulsman Bingham; l6Feb70; 
DU76414 . 

MODERN DAY JOHNNY APPLESEED. See 
JOHNNY POT. 

MODERN FILM SCRIPTS. See 
THE THIRD MAN. 

DER MHrDER GOTTES. See 
DIONYSISCHE TRILOGIE. 

MOMENTS, by Brian Porzak. 107 1. 
A screenplay. © A Passing Thing, 
Inc.; 30Dec69; DU76129. 

MOMSIE AND THE MIDNIGHT BRIDE; or, 
The crime and trial of Muriel Snyder 
and Martin Judd. A play by Alan 
Ormsby. 34 1 . © Alan Robert 
Ormsby; 24jun70; DU77529- 

MONDO GOLDFARB, by Jeff Begun k 
others. 44 1. A screenplay. 
© Conception Corp., Jeff Begun, 
Howard R. Cohen, Murphy Dunne fr Ira 
Miller; 22May70; DU77191- 

THE MONEY MACHINE FOR LIFE INSURANCE 
AGENTS. 6 1. Appl. author: Night in- 
gale-Conant Corp. © Nightingale- 
Conant Corp.; 29Apr70; C23206. 

THE MONEY PROBLEM. See 
FIRING LINE. 114. 



MONITOR INSTRUCTION PROGRAM. 
LIBRARY ORIENTATION. 



See 



MRS. MCSORLEY'S FLAT, a play by Nolan 
Harrigan, Jr. 8 1. One act. 
© Nolan Harrigan, Jr.; 27May?0; 
DU77228. 



MONK AQUARIUS, by E. Ronald Witt. 9 1. 
© E. Ronald Witt; 8Dec69; C22857. 

MONKEY ON THEIR BACK, by George E. 
McDaniel II. 37 1 • A play in 6 
acts. © George E. McDaniel II; 
27Apr70; DU77006. 

MONTAGE, a black play by John Reilly. 
3 1. © John Terrence Reilly; 
20May70; DU77H3. 

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER, a documentary- 
play by Linda Schwartz. 11 1. 
A play. © Linda Schwartz; 20May70; 
DU77235-- 
THE MOONLIGHT FILE, a play for the 
stage written by Mick Daugherty. 
102 1. Five scenes. © Mick 
Daugherty; llMar70; DU76573- 

MOONLIGHT SONATA^ in one act, by John H. 
Lane. 13 1. A play. © John H. 
Lane; 30Jan70; DU76235. 

MOONLIGHT-SONATA, THE LIFE OF LUDWIG 
VAN BEETHOVEN; the first script by 
Hasso Preis. 159 1- A screenplay. 
S Hasso Preis; 26Feb70; DU76999. 

MOONSTONE AU GO GO. See 
TO VENUS WITH LOVE. 

MOOSE, WHY ARE THERE WALNUTS IN THE MED- 
ICINE CABINET? A comedy in three acts 
by Paul Sekulich. 59 1. © Paul Ben- 
jamin Sekulich; 13Apr70; DU769OO. 



MORE PLAYS & PAGEANTS FOR PARISH GIRL 
SCOUT TROOPS, prepared by Mary E. 
McDonough. Newark, N.J., Archdiocesan 
Committee on Girl Scouting. 60 p. 
Appl. author: Catholic Youth Organiz- 
ations, Archdiocese of Newark, employ- 
er for hire. © Catholic Youth Organ- 
izations, Archdiocese of Newark; 
50ct69; DP7226. 

MORITURI SALUTAMUS, by Roger Allen 
Smith. 78 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Roger Allen Smith; 12Jan70; 
DU76093. 

THE MORNING THE OAK TREE BLED, a play 
in one act by Edward Hyland Reardon. 
62 1. © Edward Hyland Reardon; 
31Mar70; DU76755 . 

MOSTLY POOR; script for filmstrip by 
Richard W. Bruner. 29 1. (Out of 
the mainstream) © Richard W. Bruner; 
3Jun70; C23296. 

MOTHAH! A play in three acts by Willard 
Nagel. 1 v. © Willard Nagel; 
26jan70; DU76178. 

MOTHER EARTH, a one act play by Karl 
Gevecker. 24 1. © Karl Gevecker; 
13May70; I)U77171- 

MOTHER RABBIT'S BIRTHDAY, an operetta 
for young children; book, music & 
lyrics by Doris Merker Kohn. 2 v. 
Three acts. © Doris Merker Kohn; 
HMay70; DU77126. 

MOTHER WANTED A GIRL, a musical; book ■ 
by Robert Ubton, lyrics by Ruth 
Batchelor, music by .Carl Friberg. 
1 v. Two acts. Based on Oscar 
Wilde's The picture of Dorian Gray. 
Book only. © Robert Upton; 30Apr70; 
DU77037 • 

MOTHERS, by J., I. Rodale. 7 1. A play. 
© J. I. Rodale; HJun70; DU77398. 

MOTHER'S LITTLE HELPER. See 
ALWAYS WITH LOVE. 

MOVEMENT HOME, by Andy Wolk (Andrew 
Robert Wolk) 91 1. A play in 6 
scenes. © Andrew Robert Wolk; 
10Apr70; DU76874 . 

THE MOVEMENT: PART 1 & 2, by Harvey 
Jacobs & David Martin. Sheet. 
Dialogue. © United Artists Music 
Co., Inc. & Daylark Music, Inc.; 
4May70; C23214. 

THE MOVIE AND THE SPY, a one act comedy 
by Michael Breggar. 7 1- © Michael 
Breggar; 21May70; DU77239- 

MOVIE PRODUCTION AND CENSORSHIP. See 
FIRING LINE. 54. 

MOVTE STUDIO TOUR. See 

AN EVENING OF ONE ACT PLAYS. 

MOVING ACHILLES. See 
HOMER TWICE REMOVED. 

MUCEDORUS . See 

A CRITICAL EDITION OF MUCEDORUS. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by Barbara K. 
Lewalski. Dubuque, W. C. Brown Co. 
68 p. (The Blackfriars Shakespeare) 
Five acts. © Wm. C. Brown Co., Pub- 
lishers; 17Dec69; A126815. 



MUCH. ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 
BEATRICE. 



MUCKYTOWKERS. See 

THE WONDER OF THUNDER. 



See 



THE MUD POOL REFLECTION, by Raymond 
Sturgis Thompson, Jr. 85 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Raymond S. Thompson, 
Jr.; 12Feb70; DU76329. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION OF COMPLEX 
NUMBERS IN POLAR FORM. 5 1- Tape 
script. Appl. suthor: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
l?Apr70; C23165- 

THE MUNDY SCHEME; or, May we write 
your epitaph now, Mr. Emmet? By 
Brian Friel. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Brian Friel; 6Feb70; DU76349. 

MUNDY SCHEME. See 

CRYSTAL AND FOX AND THE MUNDY SCHEME. 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. 
FIRING LINE. 67. 



See 



MURMURING SEA, by Grace Kelly McAleavy. 
2 v. A musical play in 5 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 9Jul69, 
DU74797. NM: additions. © Grace 
Kelly McAleavy; 19Feb70; DU76420. 

MUSIC IN OUR DAILY LIVES; video tape 
project written by Charles Blackman. 
19 1. © Charles Blackman; 13Apr70; 
C23114. 

THE MUSICAL ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER, 
THE GLORIOUS WHITEWASHER, a musical 
play; book by Gladys Simon, music by 
Jerome Herst, lyrics by Felton Kauf- 
mann. Based on Mark Twain's Tom Saw- 
yer. 1 v. Two acts. © Gladys Simon, 
Jerome P. (Jerry) Herst & Felton Kauf- 
mann; 26Feb70; DU76451. 

MUSICAL COMPENDIUM. See 
PERSPECTIVE IN MUSIC. 

THE MUSTARD SEED, by Marjorie S. Coates. 
2 1. © Marjorie S. Coates; Uun70; 
C2326J. 

MY ALLEGIANCE TO THE CHRISTIAN FLAG, by 
Francllle Richter. 3 1. © Francille 
Richter; 15Jun70; C23445 . 

MY BABY, a new musical; book, music & 
lyrics by Ruth Green (Ruth Green Born- 
stein) 23 1. Two acts. Book & lyr- 
ics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
29Jun66, DU66343 & prev. pub. 19Aug68, 
DP6806. NM: new lyrics added. 
© Ruth Green; 3Feb70; DP7301, 

MY CUP OF JOY RUNNETH OVER. See 
JOYOUS IS A FRISKY SQUIRREL. 

MY FASCINATING ADVENTURES; original 
story & screenplay by Norman John 
Boullion. 30 1. © Norman John 
Boullion; 2Jul70; DU7752^- 

MY FIRST LOVE, an original story 

written 3c adapted for television by 
Sol Sudeten, pseud, of Luis G. 
Santanna-Rivera. 30 1. © Luis G. 
Santanna-Rivera; 19May70; DU77119. 

MY FRIEND, MY ENEMY, an original story 
and screenplay by George Pan Cosmatos. 
168 1. © George Pan Cosmatos; 
20Feb70; DU76358. 

MY GIDDY AUNT, a comedy-thriller by 
Ray Cooney & John Chapman. London, 
English Theatre Guild. 119 p. 
Two acts. © Ray Cooney & John Chap- 
man; 6Mar70; DF2045. 

MY LITTLE HOOKER. See 
BIG MAUDE SAVES THE DAY. 

MY PAPA. See 
PAPA. 

MY PIONEER PARENTS. See 

VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE. 

MY SON THE ?? A comedy in 2 acts by 
Joseph Kligman. 39 1. © Joseph 
Kligman; 9Jan70; DU76079- 

MY UNCLE THE MAGICIAN. See 

THE CALIPH OF CAIRO (ILLINOIS) 



THE MYSTERIOUS MOTORCYCLE MENACE. See 
LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 28. 

MYSTERY OF ADAM. See 
ADAM AMD EVE. 

MYTH MEAT; one-act play by Gerald 

Williams. 21 1. © Gerald Williams; 
12Jan70; DU76092. 



N 



NJG, a comic tragedy in two acts by 
Naomi J. Berkowitz. 68 1. © Naomi 
J. Berkowitz; 15Jan70; DP7352. 

NACHMITTAG IN OSTENDE. ' See 
AUCKLAND . 

NAGA UTA (Long song) An historical nar- 
rative project for stage by Frank Par- 
man. 28 1. © Frank Parman; 30Mar70; 
DU76906, 

NAKED BEHAVIOR; contemporary book, 
lyrics by Dori, pseud, of Dori Wood; 
musical score by Neal Tate. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Pastel 
people and a shocking pink girl, 
12Feb68, DU70818. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Dori Wood; 21May70; 
DU77506. 

A NAME FOR EVIL, by Bernard Girard. 
1st draft. 110 1. A screenplay. 
© Robert N. Sherman & Bernard Girard; 
8jul70; DU775^8. 

THE NAME OF THE RACE IS HUMAN, by Wil- 
liam Green, Charles Schaldenbrand & 
Kenneth Hughes; Mary Lou Koenig, ed . 
5 1. © Priority One of Greater Syra- 
cuse, Inc.; 5Jan70; C22506. 

THE NAME-PROOF OF GOD, by Samuel William 
Sayre. 18 1. © Samuel William Sayre; 
27Apr70; C23383. 

NAMES AND NUMBERS, a play in four 
acts by C. K. Mack. 47 1. 
© C. K. Mack; 3Apr70; DU768OO. 

NAOMI'S BLESSINGS, by Dorothy Byers 
Barnes. 7 1- Narration. © Dorothy 
Byers Barnes; 8Apr70; C23090. 

NARRATOR'S CONJECTURE (Tidbits) A play 
in one thought by Richard W. Rappa- 
port. 24 1. © Richard Warren Rappa- 
port; 13Apr70; DU76898. 

NARROW ROAD TO THE DEEP NORTH, a 
comedy by Edward Bond. 1st ed . 
London, Methuen. 62 p. Introd. & 
2 parts. ©Edward Bond; 170ct68; 
DF2038. 

NATHAN DER WEISE, by Gotthold Ephraim 
Lessing; edited by Christoph E. 
Schweitzer. New York, McGraw-Hill. 
196 p. (McGraw-Hill series in German 
literature) NM: additions & revi- 
sions. ©McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 19Mar70; 
A 1453 23. 

NATIONAL PRIORITIES ON DISARMAMENT. 
FIRING LINE. 30. 

NATIVITIES ARE RESTLESS TONIGHT. See 
THE THEOLILOGY. 

NEBRASKA: PERSPECTIVE (The outlook for 
1970 at Ogallala) By David Green. 
7 1. Radio script. © David Green & 
KOGA radio station; 23Jan70; C22562. 

NEGRO DESTINO; obra teatral en 3 actos 
escrita por Paulita Iglesias (Paula 
Iglesias); adaptacion de Fideli Oli- 
ver. 71 1. © Paulita Iglesias; 
19May70; DU77214. 



NEGROES IN AMERICA. 
MINORITY GROUPS. 



See 



MEIGHBORS, A.-l EAST RIVE? (Y, by 
Carl Esser, Donald Young & Jerry 
Mathews. 1 v. With music. 
© Carl Esser, Donald E. Young & 
Jerry Mathews; 9Apr70; DU77003- 

NEITHER ARE WE ENEMIES, by Henry Denker. 
Final script January 27, 1970. 117 1. 
A television play in 4 acts. (Hall- 
mark Hall of Fame) © Henry Denker; 
17Feb70; DU76380. 

NEITHER/HOR, an immorality play by 
David P. Renner. 1 v. S David P. 
Renner; 2Mar70; DU76467 . 

NEPTUNE'S AQUARIUM. See 
FOUR PLAYS BY PASQUALE. 

THE NERVE OF SOME PEOPLE'S CHILDREN, by 
Robert J. Flaherty. 1 v. A play in 
2 scenes. S Robert J. Flaherty; 
20Feb70; DU76422. 

THE NETHERLANDERS IN AMERICA. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

NEVER AS GREAT. See 
MISS THING. 

NEVER, NEVER ... ALWAYS, ALWAYS. See 
WE NEVER NEVER LAND IN NEVER NEVER 
LAND . . . UNTIL WE'RE ALL WAYS IN 
THE TITLE, SEE. 

NEW AMERICAN PLAYS. Vol.3. Edited & 
with an introd. by William M. Hoffman. 
1st ed. New York, Hill & Wang. 
272 p. (A Mermaid dramabook, 0745) 
Seven plays. © Hill & Wang, Inc.; 
24Mar70; A145457 . 

NEW AMERICAN PLAYS. Vol.3. Edited & 
with an introd. by William M. Hoffman. 
1st ed. New York, Hill & Wang. 
272 p. (A Mermaid dramabook, 0745) 
Seven plays. © on introd.; William 
M. Hoffman; 24Mar70; A145456 . 

THE NEW CHAUTAUQUA, by Frederick Gaines. 
(In Playwrights for tomorrow; edited 
with an introd. by Arthur H. Ballet. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press, v.5, p.[63]-l60) © Frederick 
Gaines; 2Sep69; DP7343 . 

A NEW DAY FOR AMERICA, by Thomas H. 
DeRamus. 3 1. © Thomas H. DeRamus; 
12Feb70; C22688. 

NEW DRIVERS, ONE TONGUE, ONE UMBRELLA, 
by Efthimios Athans, pseud, of 
Thomas G. Poulos. 27 1. © Thomas G. 
Poulos; 9Mar70; C22909. 

NEW EXCITEMENT IN SCHOOL PICTURES. See 
PUTTING NEW EXCITEMENT INTO SCHOOL 
PICTURES. 

NEW FACES FOR 1969; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division. 8 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmobile Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 24jun70; C23490. 

NEW HABITS, a play by James B. Osborne. 
49 1. © James B. Osborne; l8May70; 
DU77203 . 

NEW JERSEY LAW JOURNAL AUDIO DIGEST, 
by Jack Kirsten & Jerry Verbel. 
Recording scripts. © New Jersey 
Law Journal Audio Digest, Inc. 
Mar. 1970 ed. © 28May70; C23319- 
Apr. 1970 ed. © 28May70; C23310. 
May 1970 ed. © 28May70; C23320 . 

NEW JERSEY LAW JOURNAL AUDIO DIGEST, by 
Jerry Verbel. Scripts. © New Jersey 
Law Journal Audio Digest. 
January, 1970. © 4Feb70; C22671. 
February, 1970. © 4Feb70; C22672. 

NEW LIBRARY OF FRENCH CLASSICS. See 
AXEL. 



NEW MERMAIDS. See 
LOVE FOR LOVE. 



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39 



NEW METHOD OF LUGGAGE HANDLING 

ALSO KNOWN AS ROSEMARY'S FLYING LOCK- 
ERS, by William Ceravolo & Rosemary 
Ceravolo. 4 1. Lecture. ©William 
Ceravolo & Rosemary Ceravolo; 12Jan70; 
C225 12 . 

NEW MOBILIZATION RALLY, WASHINGTON 
MONUMENT, Nov. 15, 1969, by Coretta 
Scott King. 6 1. Speech. 
© Coretta Scott King; 17Apr70; 
C23176. 

NEW SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AT THE DROP OF A 
HINT. See 
CLUES TO CUSTOMERS. Record 1. 

NEW TECHNIQUES IN MANAGEMENT; or, The 
metamorphosis of Joe Williams. 
Script written & produced by Inter- 
national Telecomm, Inc. 1 v. 
© International Telecomm, Inc.; 
22Jan70; DU76159. 

THE NEW WAVE SPANISH DRAMA; edited by 
George E. Wellwarth. New York, 
New York University Press. 321 p. 
© New York University; 12Jun70; 
A158725 . 

NEW YORK IS THE CULTURAL CENTER OF 

THE UNITED STATES, a farce in two acts 
by June Daniels (June Friedenberg) 
1 v. A play. © June Friedenberg; 
13May70; DU77169- 

THE NEWSBOY AND THE BILL, by James L. 
Wheaton. Dansville, N.Y., Instruc- 
tor Publications. 4 p. © Instructor 
Publications, Inc.; 60ct69; DP7227. 

NEXT. See 

SWEET EROS, NEXT AND OTHER PLAYS. 

THE NEXT NINE MONTHS (Television 
scripts) By Constance Loffman. 
© Constance Loffman. 
Program 

1. The minor discomforts of pregnancy 
© 7Jan70; C22507. 

NICK OF TIME, a play for television by 
Stanley Allen Baum. 8 1. 
© Stanley Allen Baum; l6Mar70; 
DU76523. 

NIGHT CLUB (Bubi's hide-away) By Ken- 
neth Bernard. 56 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Kenneth Ber- 
nard; 24Feb70; DU76362. 

NIGHT CREATURES, & SIX VIGNETTES, by 
Arthur E. Dodds. 1 v. © Arthur E. 
Dodds; 30Jun70; DU77571. 

A NIGHT IN THE MIRROR, an original 

screenplay by Omar del Carlo and Remy 
Inglis Hall. Ill 1. © Omar del Carlo 
& Remy Inglis Hall; 5Dec69; DU76033 . 

THE NIGHT IS THE CUNJAH MAN, a play in 
three acts by Mark Kurlansky. 94 1, 
© Mark J. Kurlansky; 8Apr70; DU7 684-7 ■ 

NIGHT NOISES, an animated cartoon for 
theatres by Paul Winchell. 13 !■■ 
Appl- authors: Paul Winchell & Nina 
Russell. © Paul Winchell; 22Apr70; 
DU76994. 

NIGHT OF THE CHILDREN, by David Sander- 
son. 8l. A screenplay. © David 
E. Sanderson; 22Apr70; DU76975- 

THE NIGHT OF TOKYO, a play in three 
acts by Kenmin Hogh, pseud, of Kenmin 
Ho. 1 v. © Kenmin Hogh; 23Apr70; 
DU76977- 
NIGHT TIME IN MR'S NEIGHBORHOOD, by 
Fred McFeely Rogers. 33 1. 
A screenplay. © Small World Enter- 
prises, Inc.; 23Jan70; DU76462. 

THE NIGHTINGALE, by Martin Isadore & 
Lisa Isadore. 1 v. A musical play 
in 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Martin & Lisa Isadore; 31Dec69; 
DU76026 . 



NIGHTMARE, a tragifantasy by Milburn 
Davis. 29 1. A play. © Milburn 
Davis; l6Feb70; DU76368. 

NIGHTMARE ABBEY, a play in two acts 
by Joanna Russ, adapted from the 
satirical novel by Thomas Love Pea- 
cock. 1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
28Mar67, DU68485. NM: additions. 
© Joanna Russ; 19Jan70; DU76142. 

NIGHTMARE ALLEY. See 
SIDESHOW. 

NIGHTMARE IN ORBIT; motion picture 
shooting script; author: Mildred 
Gardner (Gardner Hamilton, pseud.) 
109 1. © Mildred Gardner; 15Jun70; 
DU774 19 . 

THE NINE O'CLOCK MAIL. See 
A FEW ENQUIRIES. 

1900-1968. 

For titles beginning with these dates 
[Presidential campaign years] See 
AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS. 

THE 1970 ESCAPE MACHINES; recording 
script for Oldsmobile Division. 
15 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy Orga- 
nization, © Oldsmobile Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 24jun70; C23498, 

NIXON AND JOHNNY CASH. See 
THE CREDIBILITY GAP. 

NO ACTION HERE, a play in nine scenes 
and two cadenzas by Beverly Thompson. 
86 1. © Beverly Elaine Thompson; 
19Feb70; DU76501. 

NO DRUMS, NO BUGLES, by William Adell 
Stevenson III. 30 1. A play. 
© William Adell Stevenson III; 
l8jun70; DU77445. 

THE NO MAJORITY; authors: J. Gilbert 
Golson & Ida Pearl Winder. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © James G. Golson & 
Ida P. Winder; 26jan70; DU76193. 

NO-NO-ADAM, by Martin Ponch. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Martin Ponch; 
22Jun70; DU77559- 

NO OTHER PLACE, by John Ferlaine. 
150 1. A screenplay. © John A. 
Ferlaine; 22Jun70; DU77484. 

NO PLACE TO BE SOMEBODY, a black black 
comedy in three acts by Charles 
Gordone; introd. by Joseph Papp. 
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill. 115 P- 
© Charles Gordone; l6Decb9; A12295&- 

NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT, a play by 
Frederic Lansing Day. 1 v. Eight 
scenes. © Frederic Lansing Day; 
30Mar70; DU76739. 

THE NOBLE LIE, by Heywood L. Greenberg. 
4 1. (Dilemmas in American society) 
A play. © Heywood L. Greenberg; 
9Jan70; DU76168. 

NOBODY LIKES MORDACIOUS, AND THAT'S THE 
WAY HE LIKES IT, an epic fantasy by 
Jack Stokes. 73 1. © Jack Tilden 
Stokes; 6Apr70; DU76827 . 

NOISY CITY SAM, by Barbara Fisher 
Perry. 31 1. A play. © Barbara 
Fisher Perry; 7Apr70; DU76841. 

NOR THE BONES OF BIRDS. See 
KNIVES. 

NORBU, a play in two acts by Tad 

Danielewski (Ta.deusz Z. Danielewski) 
1 v. © Tad Danielewski; 5Feb70; 
DU76287 . 

NORDIC TRANSLATION SERIES. See 
WE MURDERERS. 

NORMAN, IS THAT YOU? A new comedy by 
Ron Clark (Ronald Clark) & Sam Bob- 
rick. 1 v. Two acts. © Ronald 
Clark & Sam Bobrick; l4Apr70; 
DU76921. 



NORTH WINDMILL, a discussion ... in 
three phases by David Hammarstrom. 
59 1- © David Lewis Hammarstrom; 
22Jun70; DU77486. 

A NOSE IN THE NAVEL, by Malcolm Wittman. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Malcolm 
Wittman; l4Apr70; DU76919. 

NOT ALL THIEVES ARE MISCHIEVOUS. See 
MARCOLFA, AND NOT ALL THIEVES ARE 
MISCHIEVOUS . 

NOT EVEN A SUN TAN, a play with music 
by Helen Yalof; lyrics by Helen Yalof, 
music by Ian Van Hamel. 3 v. Three 
acts. Book only. © Helen R. Yalof; 
6Apr70; DU76835 . 

NOT GUILTY, a three-act play by William 
0. Douglas. 1 v. © William 0. Doug- 
las; 31Dec69; DU76039. 

NOT THE YOUNG BOY; written by Armand 
P. Schaubroeck. 3 1. © KacK 
Klick, Inc.; 23Mar70; G22979. 

NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND. See 
CONFESSIONS FROM UNDERGROUND. 

NOTHING BUT BODIES; screenplay by Gary 
Crutcher, story by William Grefe. 
93 1. Appl. author: William Grefe, 
employer for hire. © William Grefe; 
I4jan70; DU76200. 

NOW, a feature lengeth motion picture 
by Charles Nisbet. 83 1. © Charles 
Nisbet; 9Jan70; DU76359- 

NOW, by James V. Crivella. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. Includes lyrics to 
1 song. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Happyning, l6Sep68, DU72389. NM: 
additions & revisions. © James V. 
Crivella; 19Feb70; DU76525 . 

NOW NOT LATER, by Joe Joynt (Joseph M. 
Joynt) 4 1. © Joseph M. Joynt; 
28jan70; C22566. 

NUMANCE, par Henry Barraud; tragedie 
lyrique en 1 acte; poeme de Salvador 
de Madariaga d'apres Cervantes. Lon- 
don, Boosey & Hawkes. 22 p. Libret- 
to, © Boosey & Hawkes Music Publish- 
ers, Ltd.; 3Uan70; DFO-1750. 

NUNCA PODRE PERDONARTE; fotonovela orig- 
inal de Olga Ruilopez. 148 1. © Olga 
Ruilopez; l8May70; DU77198. 

NURSING PROCEDURES, THE ENEMA; sound 
script by Evangeline P. Leonetti. 
14 1. Appl. ti.: The enema, a nursing 

procedure. © Evangeline P. Leonetti; 

l8May70; C23290. 



o 



O.D. (Overdose) Original screenplay 
by David E. Durston. 129 1. 
© David Edward Durston; 27Apr70; 
DU77517. 

LORD THIS RING'. A play in three acts 
by Clint Macaulay (Clinton John 
Macaulay) 130 1. © Clint Macaulay; 
29Jun70; DU77569- 

0-000-MM, a play in one act by Edgard 
da Rocha Miranda. 411. © Edgard 
da Rocha Miranda; 25May70; DU77197. 

000 EEE OOSHY GOOSHY AHHHH, THE EPICU- 
REAN GUIDE TO FOOD SENSING, by Peter 
Harmon. 1 v, © Peter Harmon; 
l4Apr70; C23123. 

OASIS, by Jacques Sigurd. 168 1. A 
screenplay. © Jacques Sigurd; 
20Jan70; DU76201. 

OBSCENITY AND THE SUPREME COURT. See 
FIRING LINE. 107 . 

OBTAINING LISTINGS. See 

[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 
RECORDINGS] Unit 23, sides 1 & 2. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



OCTOBEE A ANGOULEME, by Jean Thenevin. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 130 p. (Le Man- 
teau d'arlequin) © Editions Galli- 
mard; 10Har70; DF0-1741. 

ODYSSEY. See 

THROUGH GATES OF HORN. 

OEDIPUS AT COLONUS VOCAL SCORE; written 
by Thomas Karel Ficek. 492 p. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17Jun65 , A772603. 
~© on music; Thomas Karel Ficek; 
29May70; DP7328. 

OEDIPUS THE KING, by Sophocles, a 

translation with commentary by Thomas 
Gould, with a series introd . by 
Eric A. Havelock. Englewood Cliffs, 
N.J., Prentice-Hall. 178 p. 
(Greek drama series) NM: translation 
with introd. & commentary. 
9 Prentice-Hall, Inc.; lApr70; 
Al4l635- 
OEDIPUS TYRANNOS, by Sophocles; trans- 
lated from Attic Greek by Hugh Lau- 
rence & John Greenberg. 1 v. A play. 
© Hugh Laurence & John Greenberg; 
27Feb70; DU76452. 

OEUVRES COMPLETES, by Alfred de Musset; 
pref., bibliographie & chronologie 
par Gilbert Sigaux; notice biographi- 
que par Paul de Musset. [Geneva] 
Distribue par le Cercle du Biblio- 
phile. 336 p. © on pref., bibliogra- 
phique & chronologie; Edito-Service, 
S.A.; 15Sep69; AFO-60819. 

OF TIME REMEMBERED, by James Crowe. 
17 1. A play in 1 act. © James 
Crowe; 13Mar70; DU76601. 

THE OFAY WATCHER, a play by Frank Cucci. 
Dramatists Play Service. 43 p. 
Three scenes. © Frank Cucci; 
1JU170; DP7357- 
OFF TO BYZANTIUM. See 

THREE MODERN PLAYS ON CLASSICAL THEMES. 

OFF WITH THE OLD, by John Lynn. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © John Harrison 
Lynn; 30Jan70; DU76234. 

OFFICE DO'S AND DON'T'S, a one- act come- 
dy written by Kathryn W. Tilley. 
15 1. © Kathryn W. Tilley; 6Feb70; 
DP7315 ■ 

OH, BITTER TEAKS OF YESTERDAY MORNING, 
by Charles Wessley Smiley. 113 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Charles Wessley 
Smiley; 19Mar70; DU76655. 

OH, CLARENCE, a comedy in three acts 
by John Chapman; adapted from 
Blandings Castle and other Lord Ems- 
worth stories by P. G. Wodehouse. 
London, English Theatre Guild. 143 p. 
© John Chapman; HDec69; DF2043 . 

OH, SAY! CAN YOU SEE? By Mary Madeline 
Belcher. 15 1. A play in 2 scenes. 
© Mary Madeline Belcher; HJun70; 
DU77402. 



OH, SWEET IMPERFECTION. See 
A TRILOGY OF CONFRONTATION. 



OH! THE PITY OF IT ALL, a dramatic work 
by Gisella Neuschloss. 159 1. © Gis- 
ella Neuschloss; 30Mar70; DU76741. 



O'HARA'S THEORY, by Thorn Molyneaux 

(Thomas Molyneaux) 1 v. Screenplay. 
© Thomas Molyneaux; 20Apr70; DU76962. 



OLAGALO AFFAIR. See 

REBELS AND BUGS, THE OLAGALO AFFAIR 
THE PROPHET NAT. 

OLD COUNTRY. See 
THIRD FROM THE SUN. 



OLD GLORY. 1 v. 5 tape scripts. Con- 
tents: The history of the American 
flag. — The rockets' red glare. — Poems 
about the flag. — Why do we pledge al- 
legiance ?--The true meaning of the 
flag. Appl. author: Education Unlim- 
ited Corp. & Education Unlimited 
Corp.; 6Mar70; C22856. 

THE OLD LEFT. See 
FIRING LINE. 111. 

OLD, NEW PLACES - FACES. See 
THE MASK. 

YE OLDE BLUEBIRD, a novelette by 

Marion Montgomery. 1st ed. Atlanta, 
New College Press. 48 p. © Marion 
Montgomery; 30Sep67; A121949. 

YE OLDE GENERATION GAPPE, a program of 
Shakespearean scenes conceived, 
written & directed by David Rounds. 
22 1. A play. © David Rounds; 
2Mar70; DU76415. 

OLDS MAKES IT BIG: recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division. 12 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 24Jun70; C23492. 

OLLIE OLLIE INFREE, a play in four acts 
by C. M. Sherlock. 91 1- Book & 
lyrics only. © Christine M. Sherlock; 
15Jun70; DU77384. 

THE OLYMPIC GAMES, a creative musical 
play for children by Ruth Sadler. 
New York, Children's Musical Plays. 
12 1. © Children's Musical Plays, 
Inc.; 30Mar70; DP7266 . 

ON, an intermedia drama by John S. 
Harrison & Stephen W. Billias. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © John S. Harrison & 
Stephen W. Billias; 3Mar70; DU76777 . 

ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOG IN 
COGNITO. See 
HOOT GIBSON IN THE YEAR 2000. 

ON FOLLOWING THE PIPER, a religious 
play by John W. Gibson. 23 1. 
Three acts. © John Worthington 
Gibson; 9Jan70; DU76077. 

ON NE SAIT COMMENT. See 
THEATRE. 

ON THE SEVENTH DAY; a.k.a. The eighth 
day. Created & written by Alan 
Bernstein & Victor Millrose. 8 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Alan Bernstein & Victor Millrose; 
27Feb70; DU76460. 

ON THE SIXTH DAY, by Joseph Viertel. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 1938. NM: additions. 
© Joseph Viertel; 21May70; DU77247 . 

ON THRONES OF GOLD; three Javanese 
shadow plays edited with an introd. 
by James R. Brandon. Cambridge, 
Mass . , Harvard University Press . 
407 p. Contents: The reincarnation of 
Rama (Wahju purba sedjati) — Irawan's 
wedding (Irawan rabiJ--The death of 
Kama (Kama Tanding) NM: additions. 
© President & Fellows of Harvard 
College; HMay70; A160712. 

ON VEUT LE LUMIERE? ALL0NS-Y1 Opera- 
parodie en deux proces by Claude 
Prey. 213 p. © Musique Contempo- 
raine; 30Jun70; DU77550. 

ONCE AGAIN THE FORCES OF EVIL FALL IN 
THE FACE OF CHICKEN SOUP. See 
MARJORIE DIAMONDSTIEN. 

ONCE UPON A MEMORY BANK; recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division. 
12 1. Appl. author: Jam Handy Orga- 
nization. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 24jun70; C23483. 



ONCE UPON A PLANET, a musical marionette 
play produced by Lorain County Dental 

Lliary. 31 1. Three scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Lorain County 
Dental Auxiliary; 9Mar70; DU76666. 

ONCE UPON A ROCK, a musical comedy in 
two acts; story by Tony Trivisani 
(Anthony Robert Trivisani), music by 
William E. Uber, Jr. 1 v. © Anthony 
Robert Trivisani & William E. Uber, 
Jr.; 6oct69; DU76342. 

ONCE UPON A STAR! A new musical comedy; 
book, music & lyrics by Thomas Carr. 
1 v. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Thomas Carr; 12Mar70; DU76595. 

ONE, a metaphysical journey. A screen- 
play by Justin Scoppa, Jr. 34 1. 
©Justin Scoppa, Jr.; 10Jun70; 
DU77397 . 

THE ONE, by Terry Hanes, Jr., pseud, of 
Terry Quartin & Rosemary Hanes. 40 1. 
A play in 19 scenes. © Terry Hanes; 
15Jul70; DU77558. 

ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND; narrated 
by Shorty Powers (John Powers) 8 1. 
Tape script. © H & W Imagineering 
Co., Inc.; 5Jan70; C22822. 

ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY BRIDGES TO 
BERLIN, by Leo Shmeltsman, 9 1. 
A play, © Leo Shmeltsman; 5Jun70; 
DU77548. 

ONE HUNDRED PLAYS FOR CHILDREN, an an- 
thology of non-royalty one-act plays 
edited by A. S. Burack. Boston, 
Plays, 886 p. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Plays, Inc.; 24Apr70; 
A152141. 

100,000 WELCOMES, a musical entertain- 
ment; original book and lyrics by 
James Rush. 52 1. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
15Jan68, DU70542. NM: additions & 
revisions. © James Rush; l8Dec69; 
DU76029. 

ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF THE PIKE COUNTY 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION: I87O-I97O. By 
R. A. McLemore. 19 1. A lecture. 
© R. A. McLemore; 3Mar70; C22&53. 

ONE MAN, ONE VOTE. See 

RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES. 

ONE SPRING DAY, by Gertrude Waller. 
10 1. A play. © Gertrude Waller; 
17Mar70; DU76626. 

ONE SQUARE & ALL THE ROLLERS, a play in 
two acts by Flavio de Faro. 70 1. 
© Luiz Flavio de Faro; 30Jun70; 
DU77570. 

ONE STUPID MISTAKE CAN KILL YOU, by 
Bernard Schubert; suggested by the 
short story The shadowy third, by 
Ellen Glasgow. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. ©Bernard S. Schubert; 10Apr70 ; 
DU76862. 

$1,000.00 PER TOOTH, by Andrew C. Kos- 
teva. Sheet. © Andrew C. Kosteva; 
13Apr70; C23113. 

1...2..., a one act play by Abbe Deare, 
pseud, of Abbe Leona Rosen. 18 1. 
© Abbe Leona Rosen; HJun70; DU77401. 

ONE WORLD; or, A midsummer night's 
dream. A modern adaptation of that 
famous old comedy by William Shake- 
speare. Text & book by Alex Los 
Angeles, pseud., music by Rex Oberon, 
pseud., lyrics by Guy Puck, pseud, 
(pseudonyms of Constantine Alexander 
Hagi Mallis) 83 1. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. HApr49, 
DU19522. NM: additions. © Constan- 
tine Alexander Hagi Mallis; 3Jun70; 
DU77340 . 



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1970 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



41 



OPEN HOUSING. 
FIRING LINE. 



See 
34. 



OPERATION BLIND DOCTOR; written by 
La Decima Musa, pseud, of George B. 
Wally. Shooting script. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © George B. Wally, 
Pres . World Research Center for the 
Blind; 7May70; DU77089. 

OPERATION: CONQUER! Recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division. 21 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 24Jun70; C23484. 

OPERATION HOLINESS; written by Marlienne 
J. Oates. 4 1. A play. © Marlienne 
Joella Oates; 6Apr70; DU76834 . 

OPERETTE, par Witold Gombrowicz; texte 
francais de Constantin Jelenski et 
Genevieve Serreau. [Paris] Denoel. 
142 p. (Les Lettres nouvelles) 
© Editions Denoel; 30May69; DF2040. 

ORANGE AND GREEN, a musical play; 

book, lyrics & music by Byron Bentley. 
1 v. Five scenes. © Byron Bentley; 
26jan70; DU76192. 

THE ORDER, by James Robiscoe. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © James Robiscoe; 
HMay70; DU77123. 

ORESTES, by Euripides; a new version by 
Gregory Rozakis. 51 1- A play in 2 
acts. © Gregory Rozakis; 22May70; 
DU77255 ■ 

THE ORGAN SHOP, a screenplay by Steven 
Hill. 129 1. © Steven Hill; 22Jun70 ; 
DU77479. 

0RGONE TRAIL; screenplay by Barton 
Heyman & Marshall Efron. 1st draft, 
May 3, 1970. 69 1. © Barton Heyman 
& Marshall Efron; 15May70; DU77184. 

THE ORI YENTAS, a musical comedy by 
Carol Mitnick. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Carol Mitnick; l6Feb70; DU76372. 

THE ORIGINAL TALKING BLUES, by Robert 
Lunn & William York. Sheet. © Star- 
day Music; l8Feb70; C22723. 

L'ORMINDO; opera in two acts by Fran- 
cesco Cavalli, realized by Raymond 
Leppard, libretto by Giovanni Fau- 
stini, English translation by Geoffrey 
Dunn, German translation by Jani 
Strasser, with a pref . by Raymond 
Leppard. London, Faber Music. 215 p. 
Vocal score. Appl. states prev- pub. 
& reg. © on German translation & 
pref.; Faber Music, Ltd.; 20Feb69 
(in notice: German translation 1968); 
DP7264 . 

ORNIFLE, a play by Jean Anouilh; trans- 
lated by Lucienne Hill. 1st ed. New 
York, Hill & Wang. 140 p. (A Spot- 
light dramabook) Five acts. © on 
translation; Lucienne Hill; 19Mar70; 
DP7270, 

OSIP, a play by Daniel Curley. 36 1. 
© Daniel Curley; 13May70; DU77104. 

OSTRICH AND COMPANY, by Shirley Duffin. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Shirley 
Gregory Duffin; 8jun70; DU77373- 

OSTRICHES, a musical tragedy in two acts 
by Roberto Rodriguez Suarez. 152 1. 
Book only. © Roberto Rodriguez Suar- 
ez; 26Feb70; DU76448. 

OTHER SERVICES. See 
CLUES TO CUSTOMERS. 



OTTO THE MUSICAL OCTOPUS, an introd . to 
the string quartet for narrator & 
string quartet by Joan Gilbert Van 
Poznak. 9 1- © Joan Gilbert Van 
Poznak; 3Apr70; DU76795. 



THE OUIJA, an original play created 
for television by J. E. Apton, pseud, 
of Joan E. Lauinger. 15 1. 
© Joan E. Lauinger; 9Mar70; DU76554 . 

OUR AMERICAN HERITAGE IN MUSIC; created,, 
written, produced & directed by Leon- 
ard B. Smith. 14 1, Script, © Leon- 
ard B. Smith; 7Apr70; C23052, 

OUR COMMUNITY UTILITIES. 4 v. Film- 
strip scripts. Contents: The tele- 
phone .--Electricity. --Gas. — Water. 
Appl. author: Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a 
division of Esquire, Inc.; 9Feb70; 
C22682. 



OUR FAMILY PRAYER. 
EXHIBIT A. 



See 



OUR FATHER, a play in three acts by 
Michael Abbazia. 1 v. © Michael J. 
Abbazia; 31Mar70; DU76759. 

OUR FATHER, by Herbert Barks. 6 1. 

A play in 3 acts. © Herbert B. Barks, 
Jr.; 23Mar70; DU767OO. 

OUR HERO, a protest against the Vietnam 
war ... by Samuel J. Bernstein. 
26 1. A play. Book &'lyrics only. 
© Samuel J. Bernstein; 19Jan70; 
DU76138. 

OUR LAND IS FREE, a musical play by Vin- 
cent Godfrey Burns & Van Blick. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Vincent Godfrey Burns 
& Van Blick; l8Mar70; DU76634 . 

OUR PLAY ON THE FUTURE HAS NO NAME, by 
Howard Greenberger & Robert Reinhold, 
pseud, of Robert B. Rein. 72 1- Two 
acts. © Robert B. Rein & Howard 
Greenberger; 15Jun70; DU77^09. 

OUR TOWN. See 

A BOOK OF DRAMA, 3. 

OUR TOWN TODAY? A 3-act play by H. V. 
O'Brien. Eastland, Tex., Industrial- 
Plus Press. 61 p. © Houston Vance 
O'Brien, Jr.; 31Jan70; DP7272. 

OUR TOYSHOP, THE SNOWMAN CAPER, a 

puppet play by Fred Faust, Bob Pepper 
(Robert Pepper) & Richard Heller. 
1 v. A screenplay. © Toys World 
Productions, Inc.; HMar70; DU76568. 

OUT OF THE ASHES, by Joseph A. Walker. 
54 1. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Joseph A. Walker; 8jan70; 
DU7c076. 

OUT OF THE MAELSTROM, a modern adapta- 
tion by M. L. Black of The tale of 
Medea & Euripides' Medea. 118 1. 
17 scenes. © M. L. Black; 17Jun70; 
DU77432. 

OUT OF THE MAINSTREAM. See 
BASTA. 

JUAN VELEZ, A GOOD CITIZEN. 
MOSTLY POOR. 
YOU ALL GOT TO LIVE. 

AN OUT-REACH PROGRAM FOR SOMERSET CO. 
(N.J.): a model utilizing trained vol- 
unteers, by Kathleen C. Hastings. 
4 1. © Kathleen C. Hastings; 30Sep69; 
C22495 . 

THE OUTCASTS, a musical in two acts; 
music by Garrett Smith; lyrics by 
Rolfe Lawson; book by Joan A'Hearn, 
Garrett Smith & Rolfe Lawson. 89 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Joan A'Hearn, 
Rolfe Lawson, & Garrett Smith; 
23Nov69; DU76153. 

OUTDOOR OVERTURE, COPELAND. See 
LECTURES ON ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTING. 
Chap. 3- 



THE OUTSIDE PEOPLE, by Murray Kappelman. 
93 1. Two acts. © Murray Kappelman; 
Uun70; DU77330. 
OVERDOSE. See 
O.D. 

AN OVERVIEW OF THE TEACHER'S ANNOTATED 
EDITION FOR THE MACMILLAN READING PRO- 
GRAM, GRADES 1-3. 5 1. Tape script. 
© Macmillan Co.; l6Mar70; C23022. 

AN OVERVIEW OF THE TEACHER'S ANNOTATED 
EDITION TO ACCOMPANY THE MACMILLAN 
READING PROGRAM, GRADES 4-6. 5 1. 
Tape script. ©Macmillan Co.; 
l6Mar70; C23021. 

OYVAY! MINE BROTHER? A comedy in 

1 act by Marian Stanton (Marian G. 
Johnson) & Beverly Bruce Havard (Bev- 
erly A. Havard) 1 v. © Marian Stan- 
ton & Beverly Bruce Havard; 21Apr70; 
DU76968. 



PL/1. See 

INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, 
PL/1 TAPE SCRIPT. 
PACE! Half hour sample format by 
August C. Nerad . 8 1. TV-motion 
picture series script. Based upon 
How to stay alive in Vietnam, by 
Robert B. Riggs. NM: revisions. 
© August C. Nerad; 24Feb70; DU76551. 

PACO OF PUERTO RICO. See 
MIDDLE AMERICA. 



PAGEANT OF LITERATURE. 
THE ART OF DRAMA. 
THE CRAFT OF DRAMA. 



See 



OUTLOOK FOR 1970 AT OGALLALA. 
NEBRASKA: PERSPECTIVE. 



See 



I PAGLIACCI (The clowns) Opera in two 
acts, words & music by Ruggiero 
Leoncavallo, English version by Albert 
Puhek. 44 1. Libretto. © Albert J. 
Puhek; 22Jun70; DU77478. 

THE PAIN OF SECOND BIRTH, a play in 
thirteen scenes by Calvin Knox Young, 
pseud, of Bronson Lee Puryear. 155 1- 
© Bronson Lee Puryear; 4May70; 
DU77060. 

PAPA, a comedy in three acts by Giuseppe 
DiGioia. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 24Nov65, DU64528. NM: revisions. 
© Giuseppe DiGioia; 2Apr70; DU76787 . 

PAPA, by Lenora S . Rooks . Sheet . 
Recitation. Appl. ti.: My papa. 
© Lenora S. Rooks; 23Apr70; C23204. 

PAPER BOY! PAPER BOY! By Olympia E. 
Scholler. 411. A play in 5 acts. 
© Olympia Emilie Scholler; 5Jun70; 
DU77351- 

PARADISE, PURGATORY AND PENTAGON. See 
THE DIVINE TRAGEDY. 

PARADOX OF CANDLE, by Stephen Rodney 
Scharon. 23 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© Stephen R. Scharon; 4May70; 
DU77061, 

PARIS COMEDY. See 

THE DOGS; OR, THE PARIS COMEDY AND 
TWO OTHER PLAYS: CHRIS SICK; OR 
HAPPY NEW YEAR ANYWAY, MAKING MONEY, 
AND NINETEEN OTHER VERY SHORT PLAYS. 

THE PARK, by Barry Verdi. 47 1. 
A play. © Barry Ellis Verdi; 
l8Feb70; DU76388. 

PAHK-A-TAPE TOURS. See 
BURGUNDY AND PROVENCE. 

PARTE DIN VIATA MEA; pre-screen play 
by Stefan Gheorghe A. Theodoru. 16 1. 
© Stefan Gheorghe Theodoru; 9Jun70; 
DU77378. 



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Jan.-June 



PARTICIPATION TEXTS, by John Frederick. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 398 p. 
NM: introd. & study guides. 
©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 31Dec69; A120354. 

PARTNERS j by Robert William Hodge. 
117 1. A screenplay. © Robert 
William Hodge; 5May70; DU77001. 

PARTNERS IN PERIL. See 

BATMAN: PARTNERS IN PERIL. 

PASADENA-PART II, Arcadia, Sierra Madre, 
Altadena, Pasadena, by William D. 
Green. 35 1. (Infocord audio-tour) 
Tape script. © B G & E Enterprises; 
5Feb70; C22572. 

PASS THE APPLE, EVE, by Redd Foxx. 1 v. 
Monolog. © Lois Pub. Co.; 26jan70; 
C22557. 

PASSAGE, a one act play by Richard X. 
Goggin. 1 v. © Richard Xavier 
Goggin; 6Mar70; DU76521 . 

THE PASSENGER PIGEONS, by John J. Zupa. 
29 1. A screenplay. © John Jackson 
Zupa; l4Apr70; DU77066. 

THE PASSERBY, a play in three acts by 
Irwin Shappin. 1 v. © Irwin Shap- 
pin; 5Feb70; DU76292. 

PASSING THROUGH FROM EXOTIC PLACES; 
three short plays by Ronald Ribman. 
New York, Dramatists Play Service. 
78 p. Contents: The son who hunted 
tigers in Jakarta. — Sunstroke. — The 
burial of Esposito. © Ronald Ribman; 
5May70; DP7325 • 

THE PASSION ACCORDING TO PONTIUS PILATE , 
a play by J. C. Stanton. 36 1. 
Two scenes. © J. C. Stanton; lcFeb70; 
DU76353. 

THE PASSION AND ASCENT TO HEAVEN OF 
SAMUEL J. GARFINKEL, TAXICAB DRIVER, 
an unorthodox legend in two acts by 
Victor Clement. 1 v. © Victor 
Clement; 27Jan70; DU76199. 

THE PASSION PILL CAPER, a comedy-farce 
by Joseph C. Vinti. 1 v. A screen- 
play. © Joseph C. Vinti; 4Mar70; 
DU76539- 

THE PASSIONATE SHEPHERD, by G. S. 
Roegler. 1 v. A play in 1 act. 
© Gregory Stephen Roegler; 29Jan70; 
DU76232. 

PASSION'S PLAYTHING, an intimate musical 
comedy by William Narcy, pseud, of 
William Narducci. 1 v. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © William Narcy; 
6Mar70; DU76578. 

PASTEL PEOPLE AMD A SHOCKING PINK 
GIRL. See 
NAKED BEHAVIOR. 

PASTERNAK, by Donald Moyle & Louis 
Roberts; with Boris Pasternak's 
selected poetry & prose translated by 
William Harkins . 78 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Donald Robert Moyle & 
Louis Edward Roberts; 3Mar70; 
DU76411. 

PAT, MY BOY, a comedy in three acts by 
Albert B. Racz. 52 1. © Albert B. 
Racz; Uun70; DU77320. 

PATRICK HENRY, THE GASSER; a hip trans- 
lation of Patrick Henry's famous 
speech before the house, by Lord Rich- 
ard Buckley (Richard M. Buckley) 
5 1. Appl. authors: Richard M. Buck- 
ley 8c Lyle M. Griffin. © Lyle M. 
Griffin; l8Dec69; C22503. 

A PATTERN FOR DYING, a drama in two 
acts by Naomi B. Sheldon. 72 1. 
© Naomi Betti Sheldon; l6Jan70; 
DU76120. 



PAULA PULLET, a play from the chicken 
world by Doris Needier. 20 1. Two 
scenes. © Doris G. Needier; 6Apr70; 
DU76821. 

PAWN. See 

FOUR PLAYS BY PASQUALE. 

PAWNS, an original teleplay by Joe 
Taylor Ford. 50 1. © Joe Taylor 
Ford; 9Jan70; DU7608O. 

PAY THE PIPER; book by Lila Levant, mu- 
sic & lyrics by Jack Labow. 1 v. 
A play in 6 scenes. © Lila Levant & 
Jack Labow; 17Jun70; DU77377. 

PAYROLL CLERK: COMPUTING THE PAYROLL, 
by C. A. Rohr. 8 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; Uun70; C23416. 

PAYROLL CLERK: WRITING THE PAYROLL 
CHECK, by C. A. Rohr. 9 1. Tape 
script. Appl. author: Mt . San Jacin- 
to Junior College District. © Mt. 
San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
Uun70; C23417. 

THE PEACE THEY MADE, a play by Lou 

Graumann (Louise Rothschild Graumann) 
60 1. A screenplay. © Louise Roths- 
child; 10Mar70; DU76882. 

THE PEACEMAKER; 3 acts 6 scenes by 
Germain Mamalaki . 49 1. © Germaine 
Mamalakl; 9Feb70; 01X763 £"7. 

THE PEACEMONGERS , a screenplay by John 
Hadsell & Weldon Sipe. 1 v. © Weldon 
Saylor Sipe & John D. Hadsell; lMay70; 
DU77045. 

THE PEACEMONGERS, a screenplay by John 
Hadsell 8c Weldon Sipe. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. lMay70, DU77045 . 
NM: additions & revisions. © Weldon 
Saylor Sipe & John D. Hadsell; 
28May70; DU77297 ■ 

THE PEACOCK ANGEL, by R. C. Paris, 
pseud, of R. Raymond Nash. 91 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © R. Raymond Nash; 
17Mar70; DU76624 . 
PEANUTS. See 

RING A BELL FOR CHARLIE BROWN. 

PEANUTS AND POPCORN, by Harold R. 
King, Jr. 23 1. A play. © Harold 
R. King, Jr.; l4Apr70; DU76916. 

PEDRO OF MEXICO. See 
MIDDLE AMERICA. 

PELICAN SHAKESPEARE. See 
THE TEMPEST. 

PENSAMIENTOS INUTILES, por Ramon Barco 
del Rio. 13 1. A screenplay. 
© Ramon Barco del Rio; 19Jul68; 
DU76718. 

THE PEONS. See 

THREE OFF-BROADWAY PLAYS. 

THE PEOPLE WAGONS; recording script for 
Oldsmobile Division. 19 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 24Jun70; C 234 93. 

PERCY JULIAN. See 

BLACK LEADERS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY 
AMERICA. 

PERFECT MATES FOR PERFECT DATES. See 
TRIPLE-PLAY. 

THE PERILS OF PAUL LUTION; 60 second 
public service spot written by Herbert 
Coleman. 5 1. © Herbert Coleman; 
6Mar70; DU76577. 

THE PERMANENT I, by Lawrence Weinberg. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Lawrence 
Weinberg; 26jan70; DU76252. 



PERMISSION SLIP, by Joan Fleckenstein. 
100 1. A play in 3 acts. © Joan 
S. Fleckenstein; 17Apr70; DU76944. 

PERMUTATIONS. 10 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o, Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 15Jun70; 
C 233 95- 

PERSON OR PERSONS UNKNOWN. See 
THE MAGGOTS. 

PERSPECTIVE IN MUSIC, a musical compen- 
dium by Julia Perry. 1 v. © Julia 
A. Perry; l8Nov69; C22910. 

PERSPECTIVES IN LITERATURE. See 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 1-4 . 

PETER ABELARD. See 
ABELARD AND HELOISE. 

PETER HART WAS FREE, by Barry Goldman. 
51. A screenplay. © Barry Goldman; 
21May70; DU77238. 

PHAEDRA OF THE HAPPENINGS, a dark comedy 
in three acts by Heddy E. Rossi. 
75 1. © Heddy Elizabeth Rossi; 
2Feb70; DU76256. 

PHAETON, a one act play by Thomas Tere- 
fenko. 47 1. © Thomas Terefenko; 
24Feb70; DU76429. 

PHANTOMS OF THE WELL OF DEATH, a play 
for young people by Ellsworth Harold 
Schave. 26 1. Six scenes. © Ells- 
worth Schave, Jr.; 6Apr70; DU7681B. 

THE PHARSALUS DEBACLE, by Dave Koretz. 
Detroit, D. Koretz. 30 p. Three 
acts. © David Koretz; lNov69; 
A127367. 

THE PHILOSOPHER, a play in three acts 
by Balbina Tavin. 64 1. © Balbina 
Tavin; lApr70; DU77070. 

PHOEBUS, YOU'VE TURNED ON! By Avra 
Petrides. 103 1. A play. © Avra 
Petrides; 2Mar70; DU76464. 

PHONEME, a play in one act by Stuart 
Alan Kohler. 23 1. © Stuart Alan 
Kohler; 3Feb70; DU76271. 

THE PICNIC TABLE'S GONE, a farcical 
tragedy in three acts by James Gegan. 
18 1. © James Alan Gegan; 24Feb70; 
DU76431. 

THE PICNIC WAR AND OTHER PLAYS, by 
Carolyn Delevitt. 1 v. © Carolyn 
Delevitt; 3Feb70; DU7627O. 

PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY. See 
MOTHER WANTED A GIRL. 

A PICTURE THAT HELPED, a one act play 
by Helen Seitter Stocklen. 2 1. 
© Helen Seitter Stocklen; 7Jan70; 
AI56568. 

THE PIECE PARTY, an original screenplay 
bv Pat Power Cacciotti. 76 1- © Pat 
Power Cacciotti; 28May70; DU77304 . 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN, an opera in 
two acts; music 8t libretto by L. M. 
House. §0 1. Based on the poem by 

Browning. © L. M. House; 25May70; 
DU77286 . 

PIGEON PROOF, by Robert Paul Carson. 
1 v. A play in 4 acts. © Robert 
Paul Carson; HMay70; DU77128. 

PINK SIDE UP, by Travis Nagoomba, pseud, 
of John De'Marco. 1 v. Four scenes. 
© John De Marco; 26jan70; DU76179- 

PINO AND THE BELL, a television script 
in three acts by Judith Leverone. 
1 v. © Judith Leverone; JApr70; 
DU76796. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



43 



THE PIONEER, by Marjorie S. Coates. 
2 1, © Marjorie S. Coates; Uun70; 
C23264 . 

PIPER PRE-FLIOHT FACTS, SECTION A-C, 
NARRATION. 3 v. Three scripts of 
disc recorded narrations to be repro- 
duced as educational lectures. Appl. 
author: Sanderson Films, Inc. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 15Dec64, C17443- 
17441. NM: additions & revisions, 
© Sanderson Films, Inc.; 23Apr70; 
C23305, 23303-23304. 
PIRANDELLO'S ONE-ACT PLAYS, translated 
by William Murray. New York, Funk & 
Wagnells . 336 p. NM: translation & 
compilation, © William Murray; 
3Apr70; DP7348. 

THE PISAN CIRCLE; music by Edward W. 
Cerveny, script & lyrics by Francine 
L. Trevens . 1 v. Ten scenes. 
© Francine L. Trevens & Edward W. 
Cerveny; 26jan70; DU76177. 

PISCES AT WORK; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 11. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22591. 

PISCES NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22594. 

PISCES PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 11. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22592. 

PISCES WHERE WAS YOUR MOON? Written by 
Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22593- 

PITFALL, by Louis Devon. 69 1. 

A play in 7 scenes. © Louis Devon; 
10Apr70; DU76883 . 

PITY EVE, an original screenplay by 
Tamara Zolin, pseud, of Diana Marcus. 
59 1. © Diana Marcus; 5Mar70; 
DU76510. 

PLATO . See 

SERIES A. Lecture 5. 

PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM, by Woody Allen. 
New York, Random House. 94 p. 
Three acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
27Aug68, DU72274. © Woody Allen; 
17Dec69; DP73II. 

PLAY IT BY EAR, a musical farce; book 
by M. W. Schneider, J. 0. Feinstein 
& [based on plays of] J. B. Moliere. 
54 1. Five scenes. Book only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 250ct63, DU58793. 
NM: revisions. © Maurice Schneider & 
Joseph Feinstein; 9Mar70; DU76677 . 

PLAY TO WIN, a play in one act by 
William Weshta, 51 1- © William 
Weshta; 25Jun70; DU77532- 

PLAY WITHOUT GUTS AND BLOOD. See 
WALL STREET ON THE HUDSON. 

PLAYBOY: COME ON AND PLAY WITH ME, by 
Dorothy Wayne, pseud, of Dorothy 
Wiener. 15 1 ■ A monolog. © Dorothy 
Wayne; Uun70; C23339- 



THE PLAYBOY PHILOSOPHY. 
FIRING LINE. 26 



See 



PLAYING CHURCH, a drama in three acts by 
Carl Mays. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
4-5 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l§Jul68, DU72005. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Carl W. Mays; l8jun70; 
DP7356. 

PLAYING WITH FATE, NIKULA, by N. H. Bar- 
bour. 246 1. A play in 4 acts. 
© N. H. Barbour; l8Feb70; DU76387. 



THE PLAYMAKERS, by Peggy Simon. 1 v. 
A play. © Peggy Simon; 24Feb70; 
DU76419. 

PLAYS; Wadsworth handbook and anthology 
by Peter J. Seng. Belmont, Calif., 
Wadsworth Pub. Co. 487 P- NM: pref. 
compilation, revisions & additions. 
©Wadsworth Pub. Co.., Inc.; 2Jan70; 
A129033 ■ 

PLAYS ARE FUN, by Elizabeth Standley. 
New York, Carlton Press. 8l p. 
(A Bookland juvenile) © Elizabeth 
Standley; 24Nov69; A 13 4845 . 

PLAYS FOR ECHO READING, by Donald 
D. Durrell & Lorraine A. De Milia. 
New York, Harcourt, Brace & World. 
127 p- © Harcourt, Brace & World, 
Inc.; l8May70; A155812. 

PLAYS, I, by W. Somerset Maugham; 
original illus. by John Ward. 
[Geneva] Distributed by Heron Books. 
581 p. © on illus.; Edito-Service, 
S.A.; lSep69; AF30676. 

PLAYS TO ENJOY, by Raymond Picozzi. 
Rev. ed. Macmillan Co. 170 p. 
(Literary heritage series) 
©-Macmillan Co.; 5Jan70; A135048. 

PLAYS TO REMEMBER, by Henry B. Maloney. 
Rev. ed. Macmillan. 214 p. (Liter- 
ary heritage series) Appl. author: 
Macmillan Co . © Macmillan Co . ; 
5Jan70; A127922- 

PLAYS, II, by W. Somerset Maugham; 
original illus. by Peter Whiteman. 
[Geneva] Distributed by Heron Books. 
619 p. © on illus.; Edito-Service, 
S.A.; lSep69; AF30677- 

PLAYS, VOLUME VI. By Eugene lonesco; 
translated by Dona.ld Watson. A stroll 
in the air; Frenzy for two. London, 
J. Calder. 104 p. NM: translation. 
© John Calder, Ltd.; 22Jul65; 
DF2032. 

PLAZA SUITE, by Neil Simon. New York, 
Random House. 115 p. © Nancy Enter- 
prises, Inc.; 3Mar69; DP73IO. 



PLEASE DON'T TAKE YOUR PICTURES, by Fred 
Atkins. 2 1. © Fred Atkins; 2Feb70; 
C22664 . 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE HOME, by 
Margaret Kumpe. Sheet. © Margaret 
Kumpe; 2Apr70; C23078. 



PLOTTER AND WIND TRIANGLES, NARRATION. 
19 1. Script of a disc recorded nar- 
ration to be reproduced as an educa- 
tional lecture. Appl. author: Sander- 
son Films, Inc. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 23Apr70; C23302. 

PLUMAGE OF THE DEAD; book by Harry A. 
Templeton & Jimmy E. Yarbrough, music 
& lyrics by Harry A. Templeton. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Stooping to pick up a tame 
bird, I discovered a goose, DU75223 ■ 
NM: revisions & additions . © Harry A. 
Templeton & Jimmy E. Yarbrough; 
6Apr70; DU76808. 

PLUMS, a free adaption by Mendor T. 
Brunetti of Emile Augier's Le gendre 
de Monsieur Poirier. 47 1. A play 
in 4 acts. © Mendor T. Brunetti; 
2Jun70; DU77554. 

P0 MISS JULIE, a play by Herb Greer. 
62 1. Adapting Strindberg's Miss 
Julie. NM: translation & revision. 
© Herb Greer; 2Jan70; DU76021. 



P0DEM0S CAMBIAR NUESTRO MUNDO (We can 
change our world) Por James Spencer. 
39 1. Appl. author: Christian Science 
Board of Directors, employer for hire. 
Appl. ti.: A lecture on Christian 
Science. Appl. states prev. pub. 
21Sep68, BB34369. NM: translation. 
© James Spencer; l6Feb70; C22732. 

POE REVISITED. See 
JOURNEY TO ELDORADO. 

POEMES A JOUER; Theatre II, par Jean 
Tardieu. Nouvelle ed. revue et 
augmentee. [Paris] Gallimard. 
322 p. Appl. states prev. pub. 
© Editions Gallimard; 100ct69; 
DF0-1733- 



POEMS ABOUT THE FLAG. 
OLD GLORY. 



See 



POEMS OF A LIFETIME, by Myrtle Pihlman 
Pope. Microfilm. © Myrtle Pihlman 
Pope; 9Feb70; C22690. 

THE POET'S PAPERS: notes for an event by 
David Starkweather. (In New American 
plays; . edited & with an introd. by 
W. M. Hoffman. 1st ed. New York, 
Hill & Wang. v. 3, p. [271-76) 
© David Starkweather; 24Mar70; 
A145458. 

POLES IN THE UNITED STATES. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

POLICE SECRETARY. Lesson 1-5. 5 v. 
Tape scripts. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; Uun70; C23430-23431, 23433- 
23435 . 

POLICE SECRETARY. Lesson 2: Code of 
ethics. Dictation on tape. 43 1. 
Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; Uun70; C23432. 

POLITICS AND LAUGHTER, by Brownlee Sands 
Corrin. 15 1. Tape script. © Brown- 
lee Sands Corrin; 3Apr70; C22994 . 

POLITICS AND SHOW BIZ. See 
FIRING LINE. 119 . 

POLITICS AND THE PRESIDENT. See 
FIRING LINE. 48. 

POLLUTION; words and music by John A. 
Carroll. 2 1, © John A. Carroll; 
22Jun70; C23412. 

POLLY; or, Virtue goeth before a fall. 
An opera by John Gay. Adapted & rev. 
by Dennis E. Noble. 84 1. Three 
acts. Libretto. ©Dennis E. Noble; 
26Feb70; DU76450. 

POLYNOMIALS. 9 1. Tape script. Appl. 
author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 13Apr70; C23147. 

THE POND, a play in one act by Joan 
Carole Lang. 5 1- © Joan Carole 
Lang; 24Feb70; DU76426. 

POPA EN NUEVA YORK; argumento original 
y guion cinematograf ico de Lilia 
Lazo. 65 1. © Lilia Lazo; Uul68; 
DU76714. 

POPULAR, FOLK AND ROCK GUITAR COURSE 
(Recording scripts) Appl. author: 
Billboard Publications, Inc. ©Bill- 
board Publications, Inc. 
Tape 

1. © 15Dec69; C22550. 

2. © 15Dec69; C22551. 

3. © 15Dec69; C22552-22553. 



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Jan. -June 



THE PORTRAIT, a play by Neil Harris. 
13 1. Two acts. © Neil Harris; 
13Mar70; DU76881 . 

PORTRAIT OF A POINT, by Thomas E. Lan- 
ter. 32 1. 12 plays. © Thomas E. 
Lanter; 13Apr70; DU76896. 

PORTRAIT OF ERASMUS. See 
PRAISE OF LIFE. 

PORTRAIT WITH THREE PROFILES, a trilogy 
by Elpidio Palio-Pavlov. 3 v. Three 
plays. Contents: Pt.1-3: The dance 
of the golden calf. — Golgotha. — Req- 
uiem for the living. © Elpidio Palic- 
Pavlov; 17Mar70; DU76581. 

PORTUGAIS . See 
THEATRE. 

POSTAL INSPECTOR, a drama by Grandpa 
Greene, pseud, of Irving Greenberg. 
47 1. Screenplay. © Irving Green- 
berg; l8May70; DU77201. 

POSTSCRIPT, by Merritt Abrash. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 24Apr63, DU57597. NM: additions. 
© Merritt Abrash; 14Apr70; DU76915. 

POT, PEOPLE AND OTHER PARAPHERNALIA! 

By Lewis Routh . 1 v. A musical play 

in 2 acts. © Lewis Routh; l6Dec69; 

DU76057- 
THE POTBOILERS, a mellowdrama of the 

absurd by Monty A. R. Pike. 21 1. 

© Monty A. R. Pike; 9Feb70; DU76307. 

POTS, PANS AND PILLS. See 
THE CLASSIC TRIANGLE. 

THE POTTSTOWN CARNIVAL, by Roma Greth. 
84 1. A play in 2 acts. © Roma 
Greth; lApr70; DU76762. 

POVERTY IN TENNESSEE, by Edie McLain. 
Sheet. A lecture. © Edie McLain; 
24Feb70; C22752 ■ 

POVERTY PROBLEM. See 
FIRING LINE. 58. 

POWERS AND ROOTS OF COMPLEX NUMBERS: 
DEMOIVRE'S THEOREM. 8 1. Tape 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt . San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; C23166. 
PRAIRIE MAN, a one act play by Patrick 

E. White. New Fortunes Press. 14 p. 

© Patrick E. White; 30Nov69; DP7297 • 

PRAISE OF LIFE (A portrait of Erasmus) 
A play to accompany readings from the 
works of Desiderius Erasmus Rotero- 
damus by John M. Bennett. 156 1. 
Two parts. © John M. Bennett; 
12Jan70; DU76213. 

PRAPASTIA; nou concept de drama in 3 
acte si 4 tablouri de Stephan 
Gheorghe Theodoru. 26 1- © Stefan 
Gheorghe Theodoru; 6Apr70; DU76803. 

PREACHER ON A POGO STICK, VOLUME II, by 
Horace B. Loomis, Jr. as told to Hor- 
ace B. Loomis III. 1 v. 11 sermons. 
© Loomis Enterprises; 15Dec69; C22502. 

PRE-COLONIAL EUROPE, 9 1. Filmstrip 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; C23H0. 



PREGNANCY SCRIPT, by Virginia Toews 
Stucky. 12 1. © Virginia Toews 
Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teaching Programs; 
20Mar70; C23008. 



PRELUDE TO EASTER, by Richard W. 
Vickers. Sheet. © Richard W. 
Vickers; 23Mar70; C22975 ■ 



PREMATURE INFANT, HOME EVALUATION: a 
situation for discussion. Produced 
by D'Youville College School of Nurs- 
ing. 8l. A tape script. (Public 
health nursing tape) © D'Youville 
College; 230ct69; C22500. 

PRENTICE-HALL GREEK DRAMA SERIES. See 
AGAMEMNON. 
THE EUMENIDES. 
THE LIBATION BEARERS. 
THE SEVEN AGAINST THEBES. 

PREPRIMERS, GRADE ONE. 10 1. (Macmil- 
lan reading program) Tape script. 
© Macmillan Co.; l6Mar70; C23025 . 

PREREQUISITES FOR MARITAL AND SEXUAL 
COMMUNICATION, by Clark E. Vincent. 
32 1. © Clark E. Vincent; l8Feb70; 
C22705. 
THE PRESENT, by Michael 0. Gold. 11 1. 
A play in 1 scene. © Michael 0. 
Gold; 9Feb70; DU763O3. 

PRESENTATION OF JOHN B. HOGAN AT THE 
MIDDLE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP HELD ON 
JANUARY 19, 1970, MONTAUK, NEW YORK, 
by John B. Hogan. 1 v. © John B. 
Hogan; 19Jan70; C23057. 

PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS. See 
FIRING LINE. 43. 

PRESIDENTIAL PRESS RELATIONS. See 
FIRING LINE. 24. 

PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL REPORT. SCLC CONVEN- 
TION, AUGUST 16, 1967, by Martin Lu- 
ther King, Jr. 1 v. © Estate of Mar- 
tin Luther King, Jr.; 2Apr70; C23062. 

PRESIDIO, an original screenplay by Bel- 
don Butterfield & Sam Lee (Samuel 
James Lee II) Rough draft. 117 1. 
© Samuel James Lee II; 4May70; 
DU77052. 



THE PREVAILING BIAS. 
FIRING LINE. 7. 



See 



THE PRICE OF DIGNITY. See 

HERE COMES THE ICEMAN. Episode 
no. 2. 

PRICE OF ONIONS. See 
FACADES . 

THE PRIEST AND THE NUN; eight plays for 
nuns by Sr . Madeleine O'Connell. 
140 p. © Sr. Madeleine O'Connell; 
HFeb70; DP7236. 

PRIESTS AND LEVITES, by Margaret Crowley 
(Margaret Crowley Larsen) 16 1. 
A play. © Margaret Crowley Larsen; 
4May70; DU77051- 

PRIME MINISTER GOLDA MEIR, by Donivan 
James. 3 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
17Nov69; C22420. NM: additions S= re- 
visions. © Donivan James; l8jun70; 
C234 15 . 

PRIME RIB, a play in two acts by 
Douglas W. Jackson. 52 1. 
© Douglas William Jackson; 24Jun?0; 
DU77528. 



PRIMERO EL DOLLAR (First the dollar) 
Guion cinematografico original de 
Tony Rigus, pseud, of Angel Rivera 
Guzman. 62 1. © Tony Rigus; 
30Apr70; DU77039- 

THE PRIMITIVES, by Julius Vogel (Julius 
Fogel) 98 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Julius Fogel; 3Jun70; DU77330. 

PRINCE OF LOVERS, a musical play. 
Book & lyrics by L. F. de Faro. 
1 v. Book & lyrics only. © Luiz 
Flavio de Faro; 15May70; DU77112. 



PRINCE OF PEACE, by Palmer Rockey. 
123 1. A screenplay. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l6Sep68, DU72613. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Palir.er 
Rockey; 21May70; DU77244. 

PRISON GRAY OR UNDERTAKER BLACK, 

by Ronald Everett. 1 v. A screen- 
play. © Ronald M. Everett; 4Jun70; 
DU77345. 

THE PRISONERS; screenplay by William H. 
Bushnell & John Marley. 96 1. 
Adapted from the novel The prisoners 
of Quai Dong, by Victor Kolpacoff. 
© William H. Bushnell, Jr. & John 
Marley; 20May70; DU77440. 

PRIVATE PARTS AND THE JEWISH MYSTIQUE, 
by Harvey Jacobs & David Martin. 
Sheet. Dialogue. ©United Artists 
Music Co., Inc. & Daylark Music, Inc.; 
4May70; C23213 ■ 

DER PRIX MARTIN; Komodie in drei Akten 
von Eugene Labiche. Aus dem Franzos- 
ischen Ubertragen von H. C. Artmann 
& Barbara Wehr. [Austria] Universal 
Edition. 141 p. NM: German trans- 
lation. ©Universal Edition^ A. G. : 
l4Nov69; DFO-1720. 

PROBATE: THE ROBBERY OF ONE MILLION 
BUCKS, a play by Rose Sher. 105 1. 
Two acts. © Rose Sher; l8May70; 
DU77117. 

PROBLEMS OF ETHICS. See 
SERIES A. Lecture 2. 

PROBLEMS OF LOGIC AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF 
SCIENCE. See 
SERIES. A. Lecture 1. 

PROBLEMS OF METAPHYSICS AND EPIS- 
TEMOLOGY. See 
SERIES A. Lecture 4. 

PROBLEMS OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF MIND, 
POLITICAL AND LEGAL PHILOSOPHY, THE 
PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION AND AESTHETICS. 
See 
SERIES A. Lecture 3. 

PRODUCTS. II 1. Tape script. Appl. 
author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 13Apr70; C23134. 

PROFESSIONS, a play in one act by 

Jeffrey Moss. 35 1- © Jeffrey Moss; 
15Jun70; DU77412. 

PROFESSOR GEORGE, by Marsha Sheiness. 
32 1. A play in 1 act. © Marsha 
Sheiness; 25May70; DU77270 . 

PROFESSOR HIGGINS JOINS THE SPACE RACE, 
a one act play by Clara M. Benson. 
24 1. © Clara M. Benson; 19Mar70; 
DU76646. 

PROJECTIONS. See 

UNDERSTANDING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS: 
PRINT READING. Program 1. 

PROMETHEUS UNSOUND, by Jon Davison. 
18 1. A screenplay. © Jon R. 
Davison; 5Feb70; DU76290. 

THE PROMISE OF PEACE, a sacred opera in 
five parts, to be staged in pantomime, 
by Natalia Raigorodsky (Marie Leda 
Natalia Raigorodsky Harter) 1 v. 
Based on Biblical selections. Appl. 
states music. The gifts, prev. reg. 
3Dec68; EU87818. © Natalia Raigorod- 
sky; 25 Nov 69 ; DU76155. 

THE PROMISED ONE, a Christmas pageant 
by Mabel Lee Burlison. Kansas City, 
Mo., Lillenas Pub. Co. 24 p . 
With music. © Lillenas Pub. Co., 
a registered trade name of the 
Nazarene Pub. House; 15Mar70; 
DP7349. 



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PROMOTING THE VANS WITH A PURPOSE; 
recording script for Chevrolet Motor 
Division. 6 1. Appl. author: Jam 
Handy Organization. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
24jun70; C 254 96. 

PROPERTY RIGHTS UNDER THE NEW TECHNOL- 
OGY, by Ralph S. Brown, Jr., Benjamin 
Kaplan & Dan Lacy. 3 v. (Computers, 
communications and the public inter- 
est) Three lectures. © Johns Hopkins 
Press; 9Mar70; C25125 . 

PROPHET NAT. See 

REBELS AND BUGS, THE 0LAGAL0 AFFAIR & 
THE PROPHET NAT. 

THE PROPHET OF PEARL HARBOR; or, A 
schizophrenic account of the events 
of December 7, 19^1 ■ A one-act play 
by William Ewing. 46 1. © William 
Ewing; 6Feb70; DU76296. 

PROSPECTING . See 

[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 

RECORDINGS'] Unit 15, sides 1 & 2. 

PROSTALTIC, by Allen Jerolamon. 31 1. 
A play in 1 act. © Gerald Allen Jer- 
olamon, Jr.; 17Feb70; DU76421. 

PROTEST AND CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE. See 
RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES. 

PROTEST OF THE PUPPETS. See 
RAINBOW JUNCTION. 

THE PSYCHIATRIST; psycho drama in three 
acts by Mary C. Noble. 1 v. © Mary 
C. Noble; 4Mar70; DU77469- 

PUBLIC CONFERENCE ROOM AND STENOGRAPHIC 
FACILITIES FOR AIR TRAVELERS; author, 
George R. Nimmer. 3 1. Lecture. 
© George R. Nimmer; 31Mar70; C23033. 

PUBLIC OFFICE/PRIVATE LIFE; or, A baby 
is hardly history. By Frank Hogan. 
38 1. A musical screenplay. Book & 
lyrics only. .© Frank Hogan; l8Mar70; 
DU7658O. 

PUBLIC POWER VS. PRIVATE POWER. See 
FIRING LINE. 17- 

PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION. See 
FIRING LINE. 25, 

PUCK! PUCK! PUCK! By Leonard Melfi. 
10 1. A screenplay. © Leonard 
Melfi; 3Mar70; DU76641. 

PUEBLO, a play by Stanley R. Greenberg. 
1st draft. 113 1. © Stanley R. 
Greenberg; 8Apr70; DU76845. 

PUERTO RICANS IN AMERICA. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 



PUMPKIN IN MICROLANDIA. 
THE HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN. 



See 



THE PUPPET TRIP, by Gloria Gonzalez. 
' 67 1. A play. © Gloria Gonzalez; 
6May70; DU77087. 

PUPPETS, a play by Donald Meyer. 4 1. 
© Donald J. Meyer; 26May70; DU77290- 

PUR, a play with music by S. Michael 
Gelber. 66 1. Twenty scenes. 
Book only. © S. Michael Gelber; 
2OFeb70; DU76402. 

LA PUREE; piece en 2 actes de Jean- 
Claude Eger. 156 1. © Jean-Claude 
Eger; 27Apr70; DU76996. 

THE PURGATION LIST, by Benjamin Brad- 
ford. 28 1. A play. © Benjamin 
Bradford; 15Jun70; DU77423. 

PUT IT BACK, by Eddie Lucas. 2 1. 
©Arc Music Corp.; 30Jan70; C22798. 

PUT ON YOUR POTATO JACKET, by Sam 
Smiley. 40 1. A play. © Sam Max 
Smiley; l8May70; DU77204 . 



PUTTING NEW EXCITEMENT INTO SCHOOL PIC- 
TURES. Presented by Eastman Kodak 
Co. 1 v. Filmstrip script. Appl. 
ti.: A new excitement in school pic- 
tures. © Eastman Kodak Co.; 29Dec69; 
C22504. 



THE QUADRATIC FORMULA. 12 1. Tape 

script. Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto 
Jurnior College District. © Mt . San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt . San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
7Apr70; C23316. 

THE QUADRATIC FORMULA. 12 1. Tape 

script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt . San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; C23132. 

QUALIFYING A PROSPECT AND PRELIMINARY 
APPROACH. See 

[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 
RECORDINGS] Unit 16, side 2. 

QUANTRILLI An entertainment for the 
benefit of war widows, cripples & 
other friends of the Union, by 
Stephen Biddle & Gerald Rabkin. 
1 v. A musical play. Appl. states 
copyright not claimed on music for 
the song Zip up your doo-dah, or the 
words and music of Universal soldier. 
© Stephen Biddle & Gerald Rabkin; 
6Jul70; DU77519. 

QUARTER TALES, by Thayer Drake Thompson. 
11 p. Two acts. © Thayer Drake 
Thompson; 23Jan70; A123275. 

QUATERNION, a play by Carol Evelyn 
Stone. 107 1. Three acts. © Carol 
Evelyn Stone; l6Jun70; DU77t28. 

QUE MARIDO MI MARIDO! Serie de televi- 
sion, autor: Antonio Suarez Santos. 
1 v. © Antonio Suarez Santos; 
9Jun69; DU76720. 

QUEEN LEAR; adapted by Robert Wallace 
Russell, from King Lear, by William 
Shakespeare. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Robert Wallace Russell; 24jun70; 
DU77527- 

QUEL CHOIX S'OFFRE A VOUS? (What choice 
do you have?) Par Jane 0. Robbins. 
22 1. Appl. author: Christian Science 
Board of Directors, employer for hire. 
Appl. ti.: A lecture on Christian 
Science. Appl. states prev. reg. 
lSep67, C19842. NM: translation. 
© Jane 0. Robbins; 20Feb70; C22733. 

QUESTIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE, by Sammy 
Shore & Rudy DeLuca. 2 1. Appl. au- 
thors: Rudy DeLuca & United Artists 
Music Co., Inc., employer for hire of 
Sammy Shore. © United Artists Music 
Co., Inc.; lMay70; C23355 • 



R 



R.U.R. (ROSSUM'S UNIVERSAL ROBOTS) See 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 1. 

THE RACE, by Herbert J. Leder. 153 1. 
A screenplay. © Herbert J. Leder; 
21Jan70; DU76158. 

THE RACK; screenplay by Donald Douglas, 
pseud, of Donald R. Boyle. 95 1. 
© Donald R. Boyle; 5Jun70; DU77352. 

RADICALS. 6 1. Tape script. Appl. 
author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 13Apr70; C23159- 



RAIN FOR A DUSTY SUMMER; screenplay by 
Julius Evans & G. B. Buscemi, from a 
story by Franklyn Lacey. 98 1. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Do/Bar 
Productions, Inc.; 12Feb69; A153935- 

RAINBOW JUNCTION; or, Protest of the 
puppets. Play by Gail Annette Mallin, 
lyrics by Edith Kriegel. 22 1. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Gail Annette Mallin & 
Edith Kriegel; 19May70; DU77222. 

RAISINS AND ALMONDS, a feast of Jewish 
folklore created by Robert H. Harris. 
1 v. Two parts. NM: adaptation & 
additions. © Robert H. Harris; 
17Mar70; DU7666O. 
RALLY SPEECH, PHILADELPHIA, MISSISSIPPI. 

THE REVEREND DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR., JUKE 21, 1961, RALLY SPEECH, 
PHILADELPHIA, MISSISSIPPI. 

RAMA, a musical play; book & lyrics by 
David Rush, music by Errol Pearlman. 
2 v. Two acts. © David Rush & Errol 
Pearlman; 30Dec69; DU76055 . 

THE RANSOM OF RED CHIEF; book & lyrics 
by Elizabeth G. deVeer; music by 
Robert A. Rowe. 1 v. A play. 
Adapted from the short story by 
0. Henry, pseud, of William Sidney 
Porter. NM: additions. ©Elizabeth 
G. deVeer & Robert A. Rowe; 30Jun70; 
DU775l'+. 

THE RAREE SHOW, a musical documentary on 
on the American Revolution by Jenny 
Egan, pseud, of Ann McGenlgle. 32 1. 
Two acts. Book only. © Jenny Egan; 
20Apr70; DU77262. 

RAZING KANE; original screenplay by 
Webster Lithgow & Thomas P. McCann. 
1 v. © Webster Lithgow & Thomas P. 
McCann; 5Feb70; DU76345. 

REACHING OUT, a drama in two acts by 
Pat Kane (Patricia Tripp Kane) 1 v. 
© Patricia Tripp Kane; 20Apr70; 
DU76960. 

REAL TRUTH. See 
THE MASK. 

REBELS AND BUGS, THE OLAGALO AFFAIR & 
THE PROPHET NAT, by Wynn Appling 
(Harold Appling) 1 v. Three plays. 
© Wynn Appling; 2Jan70; DU76049. 

THE RECKONING, a surreal Southern 

fable by Douglas Turner Ward. Dram- 
atists Play Service. 42 p. © Douglas 
Turner Ward; 26May70; DP73^0 . 

RECOGNITION AND CONSTRUCTION OF THEME 
STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATIONAL PATTERNS, 
by Laia Hanau. 9 1- Appl. states 
prev. reg. 24jul68, C20738. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Laia 
Hanau; 270ct69; C22832. 

RECOLLECTIONS OF AN ALCOHOLIC. 51 1- 
A screenplay in 2 parts. Appl. au- 
thor: National Assn. of Blue Shield 
Plans. © National Assn. of Blue 
Shield Plans; 2Jan70; DU76017. 



RECOLLECTIONS OF TALKS BY GURDJIEFF 
FROM NOTES OF HIS PUPILS, by Olga 
de Hartmann & others. 1 v. 
© Editions Janus; l6Mar70; C22906. 

RECOLLECTIONS OF TALKS BY GURDJIEFF FROM 
NOTES OF HIS PUPILS, by Olga de Hart- 
mann & others. 4 v. © Edition Janus; 
22Apr70; C23201, 

RECONSTRUCTION. See 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
Record 7. 

THE RECORD PLAYER, a play for one 
actress by Stuart Alan Kohler . 
36 1. © Stuart Alan Kohler; 3Feb70; 
DU76272. 



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Jan. -June 



RECTANGULAR COORDINATES. 4 1. Tape 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; C23140. 

THE RED BARON OF TEL AVIV, a musical 
play in two acts, for radio, or for 
TV or stage by Robert Y. Gromet. 
53 1. Book & lyrics only. © Robert 
Y. Gromet; l8Feb70; DP7265 . 

RED JONES STRIKES BACK, by Nickolas I. 
Jones (Red Jones) 1 v. Dialog. 
© Jobete Music Co., Inc.; 6Feb70; 
C22663. 

RED ROLLO, THE MAN WHO LIVED IN A RED 
BALLOON, a musical play for children 
in three acts by Joan A. Conlin. 
1 v. © Joan A. Conlin; HFeb70; 
DU76361. 

REDBEARD, by Miriam G. Lewis, Elinore 
Greene & Charlotte Kauffman; musical 
adaptation of Rose Red. 2 v. Five 
scenes. © Miriam G. Lewis & Elinore 
A. Greene; 29Apr70; DU77033 ■ 

REDISCOVERY OF AFRICAN HISTORY. 21 1. 
Recording script. Appl. .author: Amie 
Associates, Inc. ©Amie Associates, 
Inc.; 24Feb70; C22718. 

REFLECTIONS OF A TWENTIETH CENTURY 
PLAGUE DOCTOR, by Frederick Fried 
11 1. Lecture. © Frederick Fried; 
l4Apr70; C23122. 

REFLECTIONS ON A LIFETIME SINCE, by 
Martin Chilewich, Walter Carbone & 
Sandra Chilewich. 13 8 1. A screen- 
play. © Walter Carbone, Martin 
Chilewich & Sandra Chilewich; 27Apr70; 
DU77016. 

REFLECTIONS ON AN OPEN GRAVE, a play in 
one act by Walter Ralph Holland. 4 1. 
© Walter Ralph Holland; 27Apr70; 
DU77009. 



REGENTS RENAISSANCE DRAMA SERIES. 
THE WHITE DEVIL. 



See 



REGENTS RESTORATION DRAMA SERIES. See 
THE RIVAL QUEENS. 

REGRESO DE HOMBRE; libreto original 
de Agustin Lamboy y Walter Rodriguez. 
64 1. A screenplay. Book only. 
© Agustin Lamboy & Walter Rodriguez; 
9Jun70; DU77394, 

THE REGULAR IN POLITICS. See 
FIRING LINE. 55. 

THE REINCARNATION OF RAMA. See 
ON THRONES OF GOLD. 

REINDEER SHIT; or, Santa Claus east sidt 
guy. By Sully Boyar. 10 1. Script. 
© Sully Boyar; 2Apr70; C22995 . 

THE RELATIONSHIP OF RELIGION TO FAMILY 
LIFE. 10 1. Filmstrip script. Appl. 
author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 19Jan70; C22538. 

RELEASE OF THE SPIRIT, by Clara Grace. 
21 1. Bible lesson for tape. 
© Clara Grace; 19Feb70; C22735 . 

THE RELUCTANT KNIGHT, a children's play; 
music by Carol Daniels, story by Frank 
Bock. 2 v. Three acts. © Frank G. 
Bock & Carol B. Daniels; 13Mar70; 
DU76605 . 

RELUCTANT ROBOT. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 
no. 30. 



REMARKS OF JOHN B. HOGAN BEFORE NEGO- 
TIATOR TRAINING INSTITUTE, I969, by 
John B. Hogan. 1 v. Lecture. 
© John B. Hogan; 8jan70; C22931. 

REMEMBERING TIMES, by Joanne Joynt. 

4 1. © Joanne Joynt; 28jan70; C22565. 

THE RENAISSANCE OF BARNABE BARNES; anti- 
historical tragicomic farce by Barbara 
Nosanow. 51 1. Two parts. © Barbara 
Field Nosanow; HJun70; DU77399. 

REPORT PROGRAM GENERATOR (RPG) 184 1. 
Tape script. Appl. author: Central 
Computer Corp. NM: adaption, revi- 
sions & additions for audio-visual 
media. © Central Computer Corp.; 
5Dec69; C22564. 

REPORT TO CONSUMERS. Radio scripts. 
Appl. author: Consumers Union of 
U.S., Inc. © Consumers Union of 
U.S., Inc. 
v . 1 , no . 

2. 2Mar70; C23095. 

3. 2Mar70; C23O96. 

4. 2Mar70; C23097- 
5- 8May70; C23232. 

REPORT TO THE PEOPLE; script for 

recording by David Harris Kinschner. 
3 1. © David Harris Kinschner; 
26Feb70; C22824 . 



THE REPUBLIC OF NEW AFRICA, 
FIRING LINE. 126. 



See 



Episode 



RELUCTANT SWINGERS. 
MIXED NUTS. 



See 



REQUIEM FOR A KING, a dramatic concert 
in three movements, written for the 
theatre by James Symmons. 20 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © James Symmons; 
24Feb70; DU76417. 

REQUIEM FOR A SUNFLOWER. See 

AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THREE PLAYS 
BY JORGE DIAS; REQUIEM FOR A SUN- 
FLOWER; THE SHIP IN THE BOTTLE; AND 
TOPOGRAPHY OF A NUDE. 

REQUIEM FOR RELIGION, by Karel Kalman 
Florsheim. 1 v. A play. © Karel 
Kalman Florsheim; 4Mar70; DU76495. 

REQUIEM FOR THE LIVING. See 
PORTRAIT WITH THREE PROFILES. 

RERUN, a play by David Daniel Bellanto- 
nio. 88 1. Three acts. © David Dan- 
iel Bellantonio; l8Mar70; DU76633. 

RESOLVED: THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS 
GRAVITY (The earth sucks) An origi- 
nal screenplay by Ray Hoersch. 94 1. 
© Ray Hoersch; lApr70; DU76768. 

THE RESTAURANT, a one act play by 
Thomas Terefenko. 31 1. © Thomas 
Terefenko; 29Jan70; DU76231. 

RETAIL SECURITY, by Gene 0. Kesinger. 
1 v. © Gene 0. Kesinger; 4jun70; 
C23357. 

THE REUNION OF SAM, a musical by Lory 
Lazarus; music written & arranged by 
William Turner; lyrics by Lory 
Lazarus. 1 v. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © LazaTice Productions; 
5Feb70; DU76363- 

REVEILLON. See 
DIE FLEDERMAUS. 

THE REVEREND DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR., JUNE 21, 1961, RALLY SPEECH, 
PHILADELPHIA, MISSISSIPPI, by Martin 
Luther King, Jr. 2 1. © Estate of 
Martin Luther King, Jr.; 4May70; 
C23223. 

REVERSAL, an original screenplay by 
Robert H. Dyke. 1 v. © Robert H. 
Dyke; 2Apr70; DU76780. 

THE REVOLT OF MOTHER. See 

VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE. 



REVOLUCION, a play in three acts & 
epilogue by R. R. Bruce. San Fran- 
cisco, New World Free Press. 114 p. 
© R. R. Bruce; 20Jan70 (in notice: 
1969); DP7224. 

REVOLUTION; book 3c lyrics by Burton 
Wolfe. 55 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Burton Wolfe; 
15Apr70; DU76885. 

REVOLUTION; book & lyrics by Burton 
Wolfe, music by Alan H. Arnold. 
2 v. A play in 2 acts. S Alan H. 
Arnold & Burton Wolfe; l4May70; 
DU77H6. 

THE REVOLUTION; shooting script for a 
folk-rock musical film by Ron Wer- 
theim. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Ronald Wertheim & George DeLemos; 
28jan70; DU76207. 

THE REWARD, by Gerald Fine. 12 1. 
A play. © Gerald Fine; 13Jul70; 
DU77556. 

REWARD FOR HONOR, by Robert James 
Franklin. 1 v. A play. © Robert 
James Franklin; 20Feb70; DU76781. 

RHODESIA, THE U.N. AND SOUTHERN 
AFRICA. See 
FIRING LINE. 40. 

THE RHYTHM OF NUMBERS; lecture prepared 
& delivered by Carol Quillinan. 1 v. 
NM: additions. © Carol Quillinan; 
12May70; C23241. 

RIDE A COCK-HORSE, a musical play by 
Barry Brodie. 46 1. Two acts. 
Book only. © Barry Thomas Brodie; 
2Mar70; DU76457 . 

RIGHT GUARD, by James Charles Sowers. 
Sheet. Script. © James Charles 
Sowers; 20Feb70; C22736. 

RIGHT ON, an original story & screen- 
play by McCrea Imbrie & Ira Stitz. 
110 1. © Ira Stitz & McCrea Imbrie; 
3Jun70; DU773^3- 

RIGHT TRIANGLE TRIGONOMETRY. 7 1. Tape 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; C23163 . 

RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES, by Joshua 
Tree Productions, Inc. 10 v. Film- 
strip scripts. Contents: Protest and 
civil disobedience, — Birthright equal- 
ity. — Birthright: freedom. — Birth- 
right: justice, — One man, one vote,-- 
Equality: fair housing. — Wall of sepa- 
ration, — Right to privacy. — Right to 
silence, — Rights in conflict. © Look/ 
Listen & Learn, Inc., a subsidiary of 
Audio Visual International Corp.; 
6Apr70; C23109< 

RING A BELL FOR CHARLIE BROWN; play & 
lyrics by Robert S. Viencek. 16 1. 
Based on Peanuts, by Charles M. 
Schulz. Book & lyrics only. © Robert 
S. Viencek; HDec69; DU76204. 

RING AROUND THE FAMILY, by Joan Vail 
Thorne, with a specially written 
discussion guide by Elizabeth S. 
Force. New York, American Social 
Health Assn. 32 p. © Joan Vail 
Thorne; 15Dec69; DP7241. 

THE RISE & FALL & FALL & RISE OF PHAEDRA 
SMITH, THE ALL AMERICAN GROOVER, by 
Deborah Levine. 25 1. A play, 
© Deborah Levine; 30Mar70; DU76743. 

RISE AND FALL OF THE CITY OF MAHAGONNY 
(Aufstleg und Fall der Stadt Mahagon- 
ny) Opera in three acts. Text, Ber- 
tolt Brecht; music, Kurt Weil; trans- 
lation, Robert Lockwood. 109 1. Li- 
bretto. © Robert M. Lockwood; 5Jan7C; 
DU76027 . 



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THE RISE AND GALL OF SPAGHETTI MAN; 
play in one act by Jon Cloud van 
Leuven. 22 1. © Jen C. van Leuven; 
I6jun70; DU77425- 

RISK DISK; American Association of Uni- 
versity Women presents risk taking in 
community action. 5 1. Script. 
© American Assn. of University Women; 
4jun70; C23356. 
RISKA, by Laura M. Gale. 40 1. 
A screenplay. © Laura M. Gale; 
5Apr70; DU76798. 

A RITUAL TO REGAIN OUR STRENGTH AND 
RECLAIM OUR POWER, by Barbara Ann 
Teer. 1 v. A musical play. Book 
only. © Barbara Ann Teer; 2Jun70; 
DU77305 . 

THE RIVAL QUEENS, by Nathaniel Lee; 
edited by P. F. Vernon. Lincoln, 
University of Nebraska Press. 112 p. 
(Regents Restoration drama series) 
Five acts. NM: introd., annotation 
& compilation. © University of 
Nebraska Press; l8Mar70; A148122. 

A RIVER CULTURE LECTURE SERIES, by 
Mary Elizabeth Archibald. 3 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 21May70, 
C23261. NM: editorial revision 
Lecture 1; and Lecture 2. 
© M. Elizabeth Archibald; 2Jun70; 
C23446. 

ROASTING A FRIEND, by Ghersen Kaufman. 
4 1. © Ghersen Kaufman; 13Feb70; 
C22699. 

ROBERT F. KENNEDY. See 
FIRING LINE. 15. 

ROBIN, a musical, a chronicle, a cele- 
bration of the Sons of Adam by Robert 
Walter. 95 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert Walter; 
6Jul70; DU77510. 

ROBIN; screenplay by Tad Z. Danielewski, 
story by Tad A. Danielewski & Jose G. 
Maesso, based on an idea by Jose G. 
Maesso. 181 1. © Tad Z. Danielewski 
& Tecisa Films; 2Feb70; DU76344. 

ROBIN HOOD. See 

FAMOUS CHILDREN'S STORIES. 

ROCC0 & RAYMOND, a film script by Louis 
LaRusso II. 154 1. © Louis LaRusso; 
5Jun70; DU77354. 

THE ROCK, by Bob Curlee (Robert C. 
Curlee, Jr.) music by Dorothy Harri- 
son & Bob Oldenburg. 42 p. Book 
only. © Bob Curlee; l6Feb70; 
DU7°357. 

THE ROCKETS 1 RED GLARE. See 
OLD GLORY. 

THE ROCKING-HORSE GIRL, an original 
screenplay by Janet Banzet. 35 1. 
© Janet Banzet; I4jan70; DU76112. 

ROLAND AND MAURICE, by Galeote-Ortega , 
pseud, of Mario Galeote, Jr. & Carlos 
Ortega D. 10 1. (Series no.l) 
A screenplay. © Mario Galeote, Jr. & 
Carlos Ortega D.; l8jun70; DU77442. 

ROLAND AND MAURICE, by Galeote-Ortega, 
pseud* of Mario Galeote, Jr. & Carlos 
Ortega D. 21 1. (Series no. 2) 
A screenplay. © Mario Galeote, Jr. & 
Carlos Ortega D.; l8jun70; DU77443. 

THE ROLE OF SCHOOL GUIDANCE IN RELATION- 
SHIP TO ECOLOGICAL EQUILIBRIUM, a 
series of lectures for the Mitsei 
Corp. of Tokyo, Japan, by Antar, 
pseud, of Anthony Rowelli. Lecture 
no.l. Rev. 2d draft, Jan. 12, 1970. 
5 1. © Anthony Rowelli d.b.a. 
Commercial Writers, Ltd.; 2Mar70; 
C22834 . 
THE ROLE OF THE ADVOCATE. See 
FIRING LINE. 44. 



THE ROLE OF THE CHURCH MILITANT. See 
FIRING LINE. 19. 

THE ROLE OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE IN 
THE SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAM. Produced 
by D'Youville College School of Nurs- 
ing. 25 1. A tape script. (Public 
health nursing tape, no. 3) © D'You- 
ville College; 230ct69; C22501. 

ROLE OF THE THIRD PARTY. See 
FIRING LINE. 50. 

ROMANCE OF MARTHA MITCHELL, EPISODE 
FOUR. See 
THE CREDIBILITY GAP. 

ROMANTIC AUSTRIA. See 
EUROPE UNLIMITED SERIES. 

ROMEO AND JULIET. See 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 1. 

ROMEO AND JULIET, TSCHAIKOWSKY. See 
LECTURES ON ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTING. 
Chap. 5. 

RONDINE. See 
THE SWALLOW. 

ROOM AT THE BOTTOM, a new ha If -hour 
comedy pilot by Donald R. Boyle. 
1st draft. 36 1. © Donald R. 
Boyle; 28Apr70; DU77020. 



ROOMING HOUSE. 
TRANSFERS . 



See 



THE ROOMMATES, a new play by M. J. 
Bevans. 1 v. Two acts. © Marvin 
Jules Bevans; 19Jun70; DU774-50. 

ROSE, by Robert Reisdorff. 1 v. A 
play in 3 acts. © Robert Reisdorff; 
lApr70; DU76761. 

ROSE ET PRIMROSE; piece en 2 actes et 
7 tableaux par Roger Boussinot. 70 1. 
© Roger Boussinot; 6Apr70; DU76769- 

ROSE RED. See 
REDBEARD. 

THE ROUGH RIDERS; story & screenplay by 
Warren Kiefer. 285 1. © Warren 
David Kiefer; 19Jan70; DU76145. 

ROUNDABOUT, by John Hartnett. 35 1. 
A play. © John Hartnett; 24jun70; 
DU77546. 

THE ROUTINE, a play in one act by 
Stuart Alan Kohler. 40 1. 
© Stuart Alan Kohler; 3Mar70; DU76485. 

ROYAL FOIL. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP, 
no. 22. 



Episode 



ROZALINA; new drama concept in 3 acts, 
4 scenes by Sgat, pseud, of Stefan 
Gheorghe Theodoru. 44 1. © Stefan 
Theorghe Theodoru; 6Apr70; DU76804. 

ROZZNJOGD (Rattenjagd) Ein Theater- 
stuck nach Motiven von Willard 
Manus, Originale un Hochdeutsche 
Fassung by Peter Turrini. [Austria] 
Universal Edition. 1 v. © Universal 
Edition, A.G.; 20May70; DFO-1749. 

THE RUBIROSA MOTH, a shadow-play with 
film loops to be played quickly with- 
out pause by w. Edwin Ver Becke. 
41 1. Script only. © w. Edwin Ver 
Becke; 24Feb70; DU76352. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN, an operetta in three 
acts; libretto based on the Grimms' 
fairy tale adapted by Linda W. Van 
Stralen; words and music by Linda W. 
Van Stralen. 1 v. © Linda W. Van 
Stralen; 27Feb70; DU76503. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN, by Claire Futterman. 
1 v. An operetta in 3 scenes. Based 
on the fairy tale of the same title. 
© Claire Futterman; l6Feb70; DU76354. 



RUMPLESTILTSKIN, by W. K. Leech. 32 1. 
A play in 2 acts . © William Kramer 
Leech; 9Feb70; DU763IO. 

RUMPLESTILTSKY, a one act farce by 
Deborah Kenworthy. 15 1. 5 scenes. 
© Deborah Ann Kenworthy; 9Mar70; 
DU7656I. 

RUNNING, an original screenplay by 
Harrison Engle, Marilyn Engle & 
David Epstein. 89 1. © Morningside 
Films, Inc.; 13May70; DU77100. 

RX FOR RV SALES; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division. 15 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 24jun70; C 23 486. 



S. R. 0., a new play by Ken Eulo 
(Kenneth R. Eulo) 1 v. Two acts. 
© Kenneth R. Eulo; 5May70; DU77080. 

THE SACRIFICE, a one act play by Godfre.7 
de Weever. 34 1. © Godfrey Van 
Raven Bryce de Weever; l8jun70; 
DU77457- 

SACRIFICIAL SKY, a play in two acts by 
Stephen Hotchner. 1 v. © Stephen 
Hotchner; l6Feb70; DU76360. 

SAD RIDE TO PASCOGOULA, by Hugh R. Buch- 
anan. 3 1. © Hugh R. Buchanan; 
13Apr70; C23100. 

SAGA OF BWA'S BOEING 707 FLIGHT 65, 
by Clark Morgan, pseud, of George M. 
Clark. 65 1. A screenplay. 
© George M. Clark; 12Jan70; DU7c087. 

SAGITTARIUS AT WORK; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22598. 

SAGITTARIUS NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS; 
written by Jacques Wilson. 3 1. 
©Almo Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22611. 

SAGITTARIUS PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS; 
written by Jacques Wilson. 1 1. 
©Almo Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22599. 

SAGITTARIUS WHERE WAS YOUR MOON? 
Written by Jacques Wilson. 3 1. 
©Almo Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22600. 

SAHARA; book by Barbara Haynes & James 
Anthony Fragale, music & lyrics by 
Barbara Haynes. 2 v. Two acts. 
© Barbara Haynes; 19Dec69; DU76045 . 

SAINT JOAN OF THE STOCKYARDS, a drama 
by Bertolt Brecht, translated by 
Frank Jones, introd. by Frederic 
Grab. Bloomington, Ind , , Indiana 
University Press. 125 P- NM: revi- 
sion, introd. & translator's note. 
© Frank Jones; 31Dec69; AI36I76. 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE ASKS JOHN LOCKE 
SOME QUESTIONS, a lecture by Robert 
A. Goldwyn. 23 P • © Robert A. 
Goldwin; Uun70; C23321- 

SAINT POLITIKOS, by Jerry Randolph. 
1 v. A play in 7 acts. © Jerry 
Randolph; 12Jan70; DU76241. 

UN SALE EGOISTE; piece en 4 actes by 
Francoise Dorin. 1 v. © Francoise 
Dorin; 4Mar70; DU76598. 

SALOME, by Oscar Wilde; a new version 
with lyrics by Allen R. Belknap. 
47 1. A play in one act. © Allen 
R. Belknap; 9Jan70; DU76226. 

SALUTE A DISTANT MAN, a play by Robert 
Sugarman. 51 1- A play in 2 acts. 
© Robert Edward Sugarman; 9Feb70; 
DU76308. 



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48 



DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



SAMBO, a new musical happening based on 
nursery rhymes by Louis Johnson. 
36 1. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Louis 
Johnson; 22Dec69; DU76028. 

SAMSARA, an original screenplay by 
Arnold Schulman. 101 1. Appl. 
author: Dharma Productions, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Dharma Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 29Jun70: DU77567- 

THE SAND CASTLE, and three other plays 
by Lanford Wilson. The sand castle; 
Wandering; Stoop; Sextet (yes) 
Dramatists Play Service. 80 p. Appl. 
states Stoop prev. reg. 2Sep69, 
DU75248, Sextet (yes) prev. reg. 
30Sep69, DU75517 & Wandering prev. 
pub. 1967. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Lanford Wilson; l6Jun70; DP7336 . 



SANE. See 
FIRING LINE. 



30. 



LE SANG, par Jean Vauthier. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 307 p. (Fete theatrale) 
Quarante-huit sequences. ©Editions 
Gallimard; 30Jan70; DF0-173 1 * • 

SANTA CLAUS EAST SIDE GUY. See 
REINDEER SHIT. 

SANTA'S VILLAGE AND JOURNEY; or, Two 
days with Santa. Music by Margherita 
Sanfilippo; dialogue by Josephine 
A. Sanfilippo. 8 p. Two scenes. 
Appl. states prev. reg. HDec63, 
EU802713. NM: additions 8c revisions. 
© Margherita Sanfilippo & Josephine 
A. Sanfilippo; 7Nov69; DU76154. 

SARAH. See 

A FEW ENQUIRIES. 

SATANIC MASS, by Bill Traut (William R. 
Traut) 6 1. © Yuggoth Music; 
24Dec69; C22493. 

SATIRE OF THE CONCEPTION CORPORATION; 
audio transcript as recorded by 
Jeff Begun, Howard R. Cohen, Ira 
Miller, Murphy Dunne. 1 v. © Con- 
ception Corp.; 27Apr70; DU77521. 

SATURNALIA, a play in one act by Herbert 
Moulton. 17 1. © Herbert Moulton; 
21May70; DU77242. 

SAUSAGE FROM BOLOGNA. See 

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF JOHN JAY 
CHAPMAN . 

THE SAVING GRACE, a one-act play by 
John Tobias. 58 1. © John Tobias; 
10Feb70; DU76317. 

SAVINGS. See 

CLUES TO CUSTOMERS. 

SCANDALOUS ACTS, by Fred Meyer (Freder- 
ick Robert Meyer) 1 v. A play in 
4 acts. © Frederick Robert Meyer; 
12Mar70; DU76621. 

SCENIC SWITZERLAND. See 
EUROPE UNLIMITED SERIES. 

A SCENT OF FLOWERS, by James Saunders . 
Acting ed. Dramatists Play Service. 
68 p. Three acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. I965. © James Saunders; 16Jun70; 
DP7338. 

SCHIZOPHRENIC ACCOUNT OF THE EVENTS 
OF DECEMBER 7, 1941. See 
THE PROPHET OF PEARL HARBOR. 

DIE SCHONE GALATHEE; Komisch-mytholo- 
gische Operette in zwei Akten von 
Franz von Supp£, Musikalische Bear- 
beitung, Paul Angerer; Text von Poly 
Henrion;- Bearbeitung,,Ruth Kerry. 
Wlen, J. Weinberger. 61 p. Libretto. 
Appl. states prev. reg. & pub. NM: 
modernized adaptation. © Musikverlag 
Josef Weinberger, G..M.B.H.; Uun69; 
DF2047 . 



SCHOOL DAYS, a musical play; book & 
lyrics by Don Fried, music by Edwin 
B. Roberts. 103 1. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Don Fried; 
Uun70; DU77316. 

THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES, a comedy by 

Moliere, pseud.; translated into Eng- 
lish verse by Herbert Glucksman. 
70 1. Five acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 24Feb70, DU76524. NM: preface 
added, revisions. © Herbert Glucks- 
man; 10May70; DP7321. 

THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES (L'ecole des 

femmes) A comedy by Moliere; trans- 
lated into English verse by Herbert 
Glucksman. 70 1. Five acts. 
© Herbert Glucksman; 24Feb70; DU76524 . 

SCHULTZ IS DEAD; or, Cocksure. An'orig- 
inal screenplay by Phyllis Cunnyngham 
& Shelley Tartaro. 46 1. © Phyllis 
Cunnyngham & Shelley Tartaro; 27Apr70; 
DU76971. 

SCHWEIK, a musical comedy by Richard 
Urdahl; suggested by the novel The 
good soldier: Schweik, by Jaroslav 
Hasek. 1 v. Two acts. © Richard 
Urdahl; 22Jan70; DU76244. 

DIE SCHWESTERN JOUET. See 
AUCKLAND. 

LO SCIENZIATO CHE NON RICONOSCE CHI L'HA 
CREATO, by Francesco Stefani. Sheet. 
© Degar Music; 15Jun70-; C23441. 

SCORPIO AT WORK; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 11. © Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22615. 

SCORPIO NUMBERS, GEMS, AND COLORS; 
written by Jacques Wilson. 2 1. 
©Almo Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C226l8. 

SCORPIO PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 11. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C226l6. 

SCORPIO WHERE WAS YOUR MOON? Written 
by Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22617. 

SCOTCH IN A SAUCER, a farce based on a 
myth by L. M. Sullivan. 33 1. 
© Mary Sullivan; l8May70; DU77207. 

SCRATCH, a ballad play by Archibald 
MacLeish. 87 1. Two acts. 
Suggested by Stephen Vincent Benet's 
The devil and Daniel Webster. 
© Archibald MacLeish; 17JU170; 
DU77259. 

SCREAM REVOLUTION. See 

THE SOLVER'S SECRET REVOLUTIONARY 
PIG. 

THE SCRIPT; book by Katherine Feingold 
(Katherine Hotchner); music & lyrics 
by John A. Giuffre, Jr. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Katherine Feingold & John A. 
Giuffre, Jr.; 30Apr70; DU77002. 

SCRIPT FOR COFFEE MAT SLIDE SERIES. 

1 v. Appl. author: Sands & Co. Appl. 
ti. : Servicing procedures for the cof- 
fee-mat coffee machine. ©_Sands & 
Co.; 2Feb70; C22667. 

SCRIPT FOR NINETY-NINE MINUTES OF RE- 
CORDING YOGA ALBUMS; CONDITIONING FOR 
YOGA (Yoga for beginners) Written by 
Harry Ailster. 24 1. © Harry Ail- 
ster; 9Apr70; C23106. 

SCRIPT FOR THE DIET OF LACTATION, by 
Virginia Toews Stucky. 8 1. © Vir- 
ginia Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teach- 
ing Programs; 20Mar70; C23009. 

SCRIPT FOR THE VENDO POST-MIX COLD DRINK 
MACHINE. 1 v. Appl. author: Sands & 
Co. Appl. ti. : Servicing procedures 
for the Vendo post-mix cold drink ma- 
chine. © Sands & Co.; 2Feb70; C22668. 



A SCRIPT TO ACCOMPAtfY ENCHANTED GATES, 
GRADE TWO. 10 1. (Macmillan reading 
program) Tape script. © Macmillan 
Co.; l6Mar70; C23026. 

SCRIPTS FOR RECORDED LECTURE COURSE, 
HISTORY OF AMERICAN EDUCATION. 1 v. 
Appl. authors: Institute for Universal 
Studies, Inc. & Jonathan Messerli. 
© Institute for Universal Studies, 
Inc.; 13Apr70; C23104. 

SEA-FLOOR SPREADING, CONTINENTAL DRIFT, 
AND PLATE TECTONICS UNIFIED INTO A 
SINGLE GLOBAL CONCEPT BY THE APPLICA- 
TION OF A DUAL PRIMEVAL PLANET HYPO- 
THESIS TO THE EARTH, by J. H. Tatsch. 
1 v. E James H. Tatsch; 21Jan70; 
C22740. 

SECOND CHANCE; original story & screen- 
play by Grace Brainerd. 30 1. 
© Grace Brainerd; 4May70; DU77055 • 

A SECOND CHORUS OF JENNY, by George 

Thomas Carter (Tom Carter) 1 v. 

A screenplay. © Tom Carter; 27Mar70; 

DU76726 . 

THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY IV, by 
William Shakespeare; edited by A . R. 
Humphreys. Rev. ed . London, Methuen; 
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University 
Press. 242 p. (The Arden edition of 
the works of William Shakespeare) 
Five acts. Appl. author: Methuen & 
Co., Ltd., employer for hire. © on 
editorial matter; Methuen & Co., Ltd.; 
12Jun67 (in notice: 1966); AF30374. 

SECOND THOUGHTS, by Jack Winter. 1 v. 
Twelve plays. © Jack Winter; 27May70; 
DU77295 • 

THE SECRET HOLLOW EARTH, by Edward Bey- 
lair Hoeltz. 15 1. Screenplay. 
Adaptation of Smoky God, by Willis 
Emerson Forbes. © Edward Beylair 
Hoeltz; 26Feb70; DU76911. 

THE SECRET LIST OF BENEDICT TULLY; 
created by J.' Arthur Long & Chester 
Fredric Meyer. Phase ho.l: The loft. 
22 1. A screenplay. © J. Arthur 
Long & Chester Fredric Meyer; 24Nov69; 
DU7S346. 

SECRETS OF A STREET FIGHTER. See 
THE BEST OF AMERICAN SALESMASTERS . 
v.3, side 2, unit 3. 

SECTIONS. See 

UNDERSTANDING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS: 
PRINT READING. Program 2. 

A SEDER FOR THE SEVENTIES. 6 1. Appl. 
author: Moraine Productions Corp. 
© Moraine Productions Corp.; 22Dec69; 
C22494. 

SEE THE CONKERING HEROINE COMES, by 
Adrian Henri & Andy Roberts. Sheet. 
© Cloud Cookoo Songs, Ltd.; l6Feb70; 
C22729. 

SEE THRU, the beautiful rock musical; 
music, lyrics, book, choreography & 
direction by Hal Grego. 17 I. 
Based very loosely on Hans Christian 
Andersen's Emperior's new clothes. 
Book only. © Hal Grego; 9Mar70; 
DU76667 . 

SEEBURG POST-MIX COLD DRINK MACHINE. 
1 v. Filmstrip script. Appl. author: 
Sands & Co. Appl. ti. : Servicing pro- 
cedures for the Seeburg post-mix cold 
drink machine. © Sands & Co.; 2Feb70; 
C22666. 

SEEING THE ANDES COUNTRIES. 4 v. 
Filmstrip scripts. Contents: Land 
and people. — Farming and fishing.-- 
Industry, mining and trade. --History 
and culture. Appl. author: Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc. © Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
9Feb70; C22683. 



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1970 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



49 



SEEN IN A CUP OF WATER, a drama in four 
acts by Leonard Shotay, pseud, of 
Leonard Halpern. 1 v. © Leonard 
Halpern; 4May70; DU77065 . 

SELAH, a short drama by William Madden. 
68 1. Three acts. © William Madden; 
9Mar70; DU76556. 

SELL YOUR OWN REAL ESTATE, by William 
Zwanzig. 9 1, Recording script. 
©William Zwanzig; 24Mar70; C25205 . 

SELLING AS A CAREER. See 
CAREERS. 

SEMIRA, a tragedy by Aleksandr P. 
Sumarokov; translated by Richard 
Fortune. 65 1. Five acts. 
© Richard D. Fortune; 3Mar70; 
DU76484. 

SENATOR DODD AND GENERAL KLEIN. See 
FIRING LINE. 21 . 

SENTENCE PATTERNS. 8 v. Filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: S176-1--S176-8: 
Introduction. --Subject , verb. — Sub- 
ject, verb, modifier. --Subject, verb, 
predicate noun. --Subject, verb, direct 
object .--Subject, verb, direct object, 
modifier. --Subject, verb, direct ob- 
ject, object complement .--Subject, 
verb, indirect object, direct object. 
Appl. author: Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a divi- 
sion of Esquire, Inc.; 20Nov6§; 
C225C5. 

SEPARATE AND UNEQUAL. See 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
Record 8. 

SEPTEMBER TEA, a play by John F. Pauley. 
65 1. Three 'acts. © John F. Pauley; 
27Apr70; DU77013- 

SEQUENCES AND SERIES. 3 1. Tape 

script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; C23168. 

SEQUOYAH! A drama with music in two 
acts, eight scenes; words, music & 
play by Walter Thomas Sumner. 1 v. 
© Walter T. Sumner; 29Jun70; DU7756I. 

SERENADING LOUIS, a play by Lanford 
Wilson. 1 v. Two acts. © Lanford 
Wilson; 7Jan70; DU76069. 



B. Schoedinger. 
Schoedinger . 



1 v. 



SERIES A, by A. 
each. © A. B. 
Lecture 

1. Problems of logic and the philos- 
ophy of science. © 9Sep69; C22716. 

2. Problems of ethics. © 9Sep69; 
C22717. 

3. Problems of the philosophy of 
mind, political and legal philoso- 
phy, the philosophy of religion and 
aesthetics. S 9Sep69; C22715- 

4 Problems of metaphysics and epis- 

temology. © 9Sep69; C2271 1 *- 
•=<- Plato. © 9Sep69; C22713- 

Aristotle. © 9Sep69; C22712. 
Lucretius. © 9Sep69; C22711. 
Descartes. © 9Sep69; C22710. 
Hume. © 9Sep69; C22709. 
Hobbes. © 9Sep69; C22708. 
Locke. © 9Sep69; C22707. 
Adam Smith and Charles Darwin. 
© 130ct6g; C22488. 

13. Hegel. © 130ct69; C22489. 

14. Existentialism. © 130ct69; 
C22490. 

A SERMON FOR CHRISTMAS, by John M. Ben- 
nett. 34 1. © John M. Bennett; 
21Jan70; C22555 . 

8ERVICE STATION EMPLOYEES TRAINING PRO- 
GRAM, by Robert A. Marschall, 10 v. 
© Robert A. Marschall; 25Nov69; 
C23058, 



9- 
10. 

11. 
12. 



SERVICING PROCEDURES FOR THE COFFEE- 
MAT COFFEE MACHINE. See 
SCRIPT FOR COFFEE MAT SLIDE SERIES. 

SERVICING PROCEDURES FOR THE SEEBURG 
POST-MIX COLD DRINK MACHINE. See 
SEEBURG POST-MIX COLD DRINK MACHINE. 

SERVICING PROCEDURES FOR THE VENDO COFFEE 
MACHINE. 1 v. Filmstrip script. 
Appl. author: Sands & Co. © Sands fc 
Co.; 2Feb70; C22665. 

SERVICING PROCEDURES FOR THE VENDO 

COLD FOOD AND FROZEN VISI-VEND. See 
SERVICING PROCEDURES FOR VENDO VTSI- 
VEND. 

SERVICING PROCEDURES FOR THE VENDO 
POST-MIX COLD DRINK MACHINE. See 
SCRIPT FOR THE VENDO POST-MIX COLD 
DRINK MACHINE. 

SERVICING PROCEDURES FOR VENDO VISI- 
VEND. 1 v. Appl. author: Sands & Co. 
Appl. ti. : Servicing procedures_ f or 
the Vendo cold food and frozen Visi- 
Vend. © Sands & Co.; 2Feb70; C22669. 

SERVING TIME; written by Armand P. 
Schaubroeck. 31. © Kack Klick, 
Inc.; 23Mar70; C2298l. 

7, a heavy-handed modern meller-drammer 
in one overact by Barry Leibowitz. 

1 v. © Barry Leibowitz; 21Apr70; 
DU76966. 

THE SEVEN AGAINST THEBES, by Aeschylus; 
a translation with commentary by 
Christopher M. Dawson with a series 
introd. by Eric A. Havelock. 
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall. 
127 p. (Prentice-Hall Greek drama 
series) ©Prentice-Hall, Inc.; 
13May70; A153718. 

THE SEVEN DAYS OF SHIVA, by Sidney S. 
Antebi. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Sidney S. Antebi; 9Mar70; DU76562. 

SEVEN OF OUR GENERALS ARE MISSING, by 
Sam Thomas. 129 1- A screenplay. 
©Sam Thomas; HFeb70; DU76324 . 

17 BOXES, a play in one act by Rafael 
Bunuel. 18 1. © Rafael Bunuel; 
15Jan70; DU76119. 

1776, a musical in one act based on a 
conception of Sherman Edwards; book 
by Peter Stone, music & lyrics by 
Sherman Edwards. Book & lyrics only. 
(In The Best plays of 1968-1969. 
New York, Dodd, Mead. p. 305-331- 
(The Burns Mantle Yearbook)) Appl. 
states unpub. version prev. reg. 
NM: condensation & editing. © Peter 
Stone; 20Nov69; DP7269. 

1776, a musical in one act based on a 
conception of Sherman Edwards; book 
by Peter Stone, music & lyrics by 
Sherman Edwards. Book & lyrics only. 
(In The Best plays of 1968-1969. 
New York, Dodd, Mead, p.305-331. 
(The Burns Mantle yearbook)) Appl. 
states unpub. -version prev. reg. 
NM: condensation & editing. © on 
lyrics; Sherman Edwards; 20Nov69; 
DP7291- 

1776, a musical play; book by Peter 
Stone; music & lyrics by Sherman 
Edwards; based on a conception of 
Sherman Edwards. New York, Viking 
Press. 171 p. Seven Scenes. Book 
& lyrics only. © on historical notes, 
editorial adaptation; Sherman Edwards 
& Peter Stone; 8Apr70; A153727- 

THE SEVENTH DAY, by Marjorie S. Coates. 

2 1. © Marjorie S. Coates; Uun70; 
C23267 • 

SEX EDUCATION AND ITS OPPONENTS, by 
Clark E. Vincent. 16 1. © Clark 
E. Vincent; l8Feb70; C22706. 



SEXTET FOR UNREQUITED LOVERS, a neu- 
rotic tragedy in six acts by Drew 
Kalter (James Andrew Kalter) 186 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© David Moss Productions, Inc.; 
5Jan70; DU76227. 

SEXTET (YES) See 
THE SAND CASTLE. 

SEYMOUR, a film script by Dan Fern 
(Daniel F. Fern) 92 1. © Daniel F. 
Fern; 7May70; DU77090. 

SHADDERIN' AND SLEUTHIN' . See 
Z-2 SEES IT THROUGH. Episode 1. 

SHADOWS, a poetic-drama in two acts by 
Mazie Werley. 1 v. © Mazie Werley; 
19Feb70; DU76397. 

SHADOWY THIRD. See 

ONE STUPID MISTAKE CAN KILL YOU. 

SHAHRAZAD. See 

AN ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF THE PLAY 
SHAHRAZAD, BY TAWFIQ AL-HAKIM. 

SHAKESPEARE; scripts for recorded 
lecture course by Mark Van Doren. 
1 v. Appl. authors: Institute for 
Universal Studies, Inc. & Mark Van 
Doren. © Institute for Universal 
Studies, Inc.; 7May70; C23257 • 

SHANGO DE IMA, a mystery play in 26 
scenes, original Spanish version by 
Pepe Carril, English adaptation by 
Susan Sherman. 50 1. NM: translation 
& additions. © Susan Sherman; 
28Nov69; A160153. 

THE SHANTY, by Michael Dorn, pseud, of 
Michael Dorn Moody. 101 1. A screen- 
play. © Michael Dorn Moody; 17Jun70; 
DU77433. 

SHE AIN'T BEEN WAITING; written by 
Armand Schaubroeck. 3 1. 
© Kack Klick, Inc.; 23Mar70; C22980. 

SHE JAMS THE WORKS, a play in three 
acts, prologue & epilogue by Will 
Vance (Wilson Beall Vance) 72 1. 
© Wilson Beall Vance; 22Jun70; 
DU77492. 

SHEEP ON THE RUNWAY, a comedy by Art 

Buchwald. 1 v. Two acts. Appl. 

states prev. reg. 26Aug69, DU75212. 

NM: rev. ed. © Art Buchwald; l4Apr70; 

DU76922. 
THE SHELL GAME, a play in two acts by 

Ruth Wallace. 52 1. © Ruth Wallace; 

l8Dec69; DU76034 . 

[SHELL STRUCTURES, FUTURE DESIGN DEVEL- 
OPMENT; INTERNATL. C0LL0QUTM ON PRO- 
GRESS OF SHELL STRUCTURES IN THE 
LAST 10 YRS. & ITS FUT. DEVELOP., 
MADRID, SPAIN, '69] By Seymour Rut- 
kin. 9 1- © Seymour Rutkin; 
12Mar70; C22900. 

THE SHELLEYS, a play by Charles G. 
Shores. 73 1- Three acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. HAug69, DU75824. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Charles 
G. Shores; 20Apr7O; DU769*7 ■ 

SHERIDAN'S BRIDGE, an original story 
written especially for television by 
Richard Von Rotz. 36 1. © Richard 
Von Rotz; 26Mar70; DU76710. 

SHIH WU KUAN. See 

TRADITIONAL CHINESE PLAYS. 



SHIP IN THE BOTTLE. See 

AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THREE PLAYS 
BY JORGE DIAS; REQUIEM FOR A SUN- 
FLOWER; THE SHIP IN THE BOTTLE; AND 
TOPOGRAPHY OF A NUDE. 

SHOP AND STOP, by Paul B. Lichtman. 
8 1. © Paul B. Lichtman; 2Mar70; 
C 2 2835. 



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SHOPPING CENTER, by Eugene Petrillo. 
Sheet. Script. © Bank of America; 
13Feb70; C22689. 

SHORES OF PLEASURE SHORES OF PAIN, a 
contemporary play in satragic form 
by Antoni Gronowicz. 19 1. 
© Antoni Gronowicz; 22Jun70; DU77487. 

SHOULD LABOR POWER BE REDUCED. See 
FIRING LINE. 28. 

SHOULD WE FORGET, by Louis Carle, pseud, 
of Louis C. Epstein. Sheet. © Louis 
C. Epstein; l6Mar70; C22943. 

SHOW FOR DOUGH. 3 1. Television 
script. Appl. author: KAKE TV & 
Radio, Inc. © KAKE TV & Radio, Inc.; 
17Apr70; C23177 • (See also Show for 
Dough; HJun70; C23381) 

SHOW FOR DOUGH. 3 1. Television 
script. Appl. author: Kakeland 
Productions, Inc. © Kakeland 
Productions, Inc.; HJun70; C23381. 
(See also Show for Dough; 17Apr70; 
C23177) 

SHOW ME WHERE THE GOOD TIMES ARE; 
book by Lee Thuna (Leonora Thuna); 
music by Kenneth Jacobson; lyrics 
by Rhoda Roberts. 1 v. Two acts. 
Suggested by The imaginary invalid . 
by Moliere, pseud. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
25Mar68, DU71104. NM: rev. 
© Leonora Thuna; 22Jan70; DU76162. 

SHOWDOWN! Recording script for Chev- 
rolet Motor Division. 16 1. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 24jun70; C23485. 

SIDESHOW, a musical drama by Hal 
Schuler (Harold William Schuler) 
2 v. Two acts. Based on the novel 
Nightmare alley, by Wm. Lindsay 
Gresham. NM: additions. © Harold 
William Schuler; 19Mar70; DU76552. 

SIGHT AND SOUND, television commercial 
by Edward Horeni. 11. © Edward 
Horeni; 6Feb70; C22569. 

SIGN OF AQUARIUS; original play. 
Il6 1. A musical screenplay. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. author: 
Cinar Productions, Inc. © Cinar Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; 8May70; DU77110. 

THE SIGNERS, a group of 25 poems about 
the signers of the Declaration of 
Independence for use on radio and in 
public appearance by David B. Ach- 
terkirch. 1 v. © David B. Achter- 
kirch; 19Jun70; C234o8. 

IL SIGN0RE PARLA COL FIGLI0, by Frances- 
co Stefani, Sheet. © Degar Music; 
15Jun70; C23442. 

SILVA METHOD MC 303 ESP MIND CONTROL; 

lecture notes and guide. Jose Silva, 

author. 1 v. © Jose Silva; 9Apr70; 
C23107. * ' 

SILVA METHOD MC 404 ESP MIND CONTROL; 
lecture notes and guide. Jose Silva, 
author. 1 v. © Jose Silva; 27Feb70: 
C22827 . 

SILVIA AND THE LIZARD, an Easter play 
by Lucile R. Green. Los Angeles, 
Christian Arts Co. 30 p . Two acts. 
© Christian Arts Co.; 7Feb70; DP7347 ■ 

THE SIM- TOUR ENVIRONMENT ENRICHMENT 
PROJECT IN THE SOCIAL STUDIES, by 
Richard 0. Peters. 3 1. Lecture. 
© Richard Oakes Peteis; 8May70; 
C23230 . 

SIMEON AND JOSEPH, a verse play by Es- 
ther Travers. 28 1. Two scenes. 
© Esther Travers; 22May70; DU77258. 



SIMPLE CIRCUITS. See 

ELECTRICITY LESSONS 1-4. 

SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS. 12 1. Tape 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District. © Mt 
San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; C23158. 

SINATRA. 52 1. Telecast script. 
Appl. author: Bristol Productions, 
Inc. Appl. states copyright not 
claimed on song lyrics, © Bristol 
Productions, Inc.; 20Apr70; 023174. 

SINGING FOR MONEY; script by Scott 
Seely. Sheet. © Scott B. Seely; 
29Jun70; C23517. 

SINGULAR TRAVELS, CAMPAIGNS, AND ADVEN- 
TURES OF BARON MUNCHAUSEN. See 
THE MAGNIFICENT TRAVELS, ADVENTURES, 

CAMPAIGNS, LOVES, AND LIVES OF BARON 

MUNCHAUSEN. 

SIR1 A transformation play by Winston 
Bradley. 30 1. © Winston Douglas 
Bradley; 28jan70; DU76229. 

SIR KENT OF BUCKINGWENT, a musical 

play for children by Gerald L. Aulen- 
bach. 2 v. Two acts. © Gerald L. 
Aulenbach; 5May70; DU77076. 

SISTER? SISTER! By Onnie Williams, Jr. 
39 1. A play in 3 acts. © Onnie Wil- 
liams, Jr.; 8jun70; DU77371. 

SISTERS, by Jonathan Halpern. 1 v. 
Four plays . © Jonathan Halpern; 
l6Jun70; DU77430. 

SISTERS AND THE WORKMAN'S CIRCLE, 
by Harvey Jacobs & David Martin. 
Sheet. Dialogue. © United Artists 
Music Co., Inc. & Daylark Music, 
Inc.; 4May70; C23210. 

SITTING, a play in one act by John To- 
bias. 54 1. © John Tobias; 10Feb70; 
DU76316. 

SITUATION COMEDY, by Jeff Harris & 
Bernie Kukoff . 89 1. A screenplay. 
© Jeff Harris & Bernie Kukoff; 
6Apr70; DU76805. 

SITUATIONS CAUSING PROBLEMS IN FAMILY 
LIVING. See 

MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY: SITUATIONS 
CAUSING PROBLEMS IN FAMILY LIVING. 

SKIM MILK, a play in three acts by Mor- 
rie Peirce. 1 v. © Morrie Peirce; 
12Mar70; DU76592. 

SKIPPY. See 

A FEW ENQUIRIES. 

SLATOVA, OR THE MONSTER'S MONSTER'S RE- 
VENGE; GOD'S WILL, OR COULD THE CURSE 
EVER BE BROKEN? By Barry Litvack. 
5 1. A play. © Barry Litvack; 
31Mar70; DU76748. 

SLAVERY, AMERICA'S PECULIAR INSTITUTION 
2 v. Filmstrip script. Appl. author 
Zenger Productions, Inc. © Zenger 
Productions, Inc.; 2Apr70; C23088. 

SLAVERY TAKES HOLD. See 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
Record 3. 
SLEEP ON THE ROOF, the life story of 

Margaret Sanger by Marcia F. Cohen. 

1 v. A screenplay. © Marcia Fan 

Cohen; 19Dec69; DU76526 . 

SLEEPY HOLLOW, a musical play for chil- 
dren; book, music & lyrics by E. H. 
Kohn. 2 v. Based on The legend of 
Sleepy Holloa by Washington Irving. 
© Emily H. Kohn; 27May70; DU77453- 

SLOW MEMORIES: THREE CHEERS FOR ORNI- 
THOLOGY, a catalogue by Barry Litvack. 
20 1. A play. © Barry Litvack; 
4Mar70; DU76533 • 



A SMALL EXPECTATION, a play In three 
acts by Stanley Sher. 106 1. 
© Stanley Sher; 9Apr70; DU76853. 

A SMELL OF BURNING, AND THEN; two plays 
by David Camptoh. Dramatists Play 
Service. 38 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. & pub. i960. NM: additions & 
revisions. © David Campton; 5Dec69; 
DP7218. 

SMITH, HERE! By Edward Greenberg. 8 1. 
A play. © Edward Greenberg; 23Jan70; 
DU76171. 

THE SMOKE AND THE VENOM, a play for 

voices by Jory Sherman. 1st revision. 
11 1. © Jory Sherman; 28Jan70; 
DU76214. 

SMOKY GOD. See 

THE SECRET HOLLOW EARTH. 

SMUDGE, by Myron Levoy. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Myron Levoy; 22Jul70; 
DU77495. 

SNAPSHOTS 1970, written by Jan (Jan- 
ice K. Mundy) & Bill (William H. Mun- 
dy) Mundy. 2 v. A musical play. 
© William H. Mundy & Janice K. Mundy; 
27Mar70; DU76685 . 

SNOW WHITE, by Michele L. Vacca in 

collaboration with Harry Lee Rogers. 

Script draft, May 7, 1970. 1 v. 

A play. © Michele L. Vacca; 15May70; 

DU77183. 
SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS. See 

THE MAGIC MIRROR TALE. 

SNOWTIME, a comedy in one act by Richard 
Charles, pseud, of Richard Charles 
von Grahner. 1 v. © Richard Charles 
von Grahner; 19Jan70; DU76l40. 

SO YOUR NEIGHBOR IS A SCORPIO, a comic 
synopsis of every sign in the zodiac 
by Bruce Orval Simpson. 12 v. 
© Bruce Simpson Productions; HMay70; 
C23240. 

THE SOCCER CULT IN BRAZIL: A QUASI- 

RELIGION; paper by Janet Lever. 15 1. 
© Janet R. Lever; l4May70; C2344-9. 

SOCIAL-CULTURAL FORCES INFLUENCING FAMI- 
LY LIFE. 11 1. Filmstrip script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt . San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; 19Jan70; C22537. 



SOCIO-GUIDRAMA. 
GOING TO POT? 



See 

OR NOT. 



SODIUM RESTRICTED DIET; quick tape by 
Virginia Toews Stucky. 2 1. © Vir- 
ginia Toews Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teach- 
ing Programs; 20Mar70; C22997. 

THE SOFA, by Kirk Lovell. 30 1. 
A play. © Charles Kirk Lovell; 
22May70; DU77254 . 

SOFT DIET, by Virginia Toews Stucky. 
8 1. Script. © Virginia Toews Stucky 
d.b.a. Diet Teaching Programs: 
20Mar70; C23005 . 

SOFT DIET; quick tape by Virginia Toews 
Stucky. Sheet. ©Virginia Toews 
Stucky d.b.a. Diet Teaching Programs; 
20Mar70; C23004. 

A SOLDIER'S LAST PRAYER, a recitation 
by Lee Bevill (Felton Lee Bevill) 
2 sheets. © Panel Pub. Co.; 7May70; 
C23260. 

SOLITUDE, FRENZY, AND THE REVOLUTION, 
an experimental play in three parts 
by Tobi Louis. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. DU75993. NM: additions. 
© Tobi Louis; 12Mar70; DU76588. 

THE SOLVER'S SECRET REVOLUTIONARY PIG, 
a series of four one act plays by 
Peter Copani. 1 v. Contents: It's 
your secret. — The solvers. — Scream 
revolution. — The making of a pig. 
© Peter Copani; Uun70; DU77323 • 



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SOLVING SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS BY DE- 
TERMINANTS. 14 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt . San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 13Apr70; 
C23152- 

SOME BUSHES DON'T HAVE BIRDS, a one- act 
play by Shirley McPherson. 9 1- 
© Shirley Patricia McPherson; 25Feb70; 
DU764J6. 
SOME FACTS AND SOME FICTION. Chap. 6, 
by Jerry Clower. 8 1. © Jerry Clow- 
er; l6Mar70; C22948. 

SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS, a play by Pat 

Freni (Pasqual N. Freni) 84 1. One 

act. © Pasqual N. Freni & Judith A. 
Freni; 24Feb70; DU76432. 

SOME PROBLEMS OF THE FRESHMAN SENATOR. 
See 
FIRING LINE. 117. 

SOMETHING HAPPENED TO SHE AT THE FORUM, 
a play, one act, with music by Rose 
Sher. 12 1. Text only. © Rose 
Sher; 17Jun70; DU77 i K55- 

SOMETHING TELLS ME, a play with music, 
music 8c lyrics by Joyce G. Reid, 
book by Joyce G. Reid & Margaret 
Matlack. 103 1. Two acts. Text 
only. © Joyce G. Reid; 7May70; 
DU77088. 

SOMETHING TO HIDE, by Gerald Prueitt. 
72 1. A screenplay. © Gerald 
Prueitt; 20May70; DU77232. 

SOMETIMES A HARD HEAD MAKES A SOFT 

BEHIND; EPIGRAM, WHEN CLIMBING A TREE 
DON'T LOOK FOR FISH, by J. E. Gaines. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © James 
Edward Gaines; 10Apr70; DU76863. 

SOMETIMES YOU FEEL LIKE CRYING, a play 
in two acts by Maisie Mosco. 1 v. 
© Maisie Mosco; l6Jan70; DU76126. 

SOMEWHERE ALONG THE ROAD, a screenplay 
by John O'Connor. 275 1- © John 
O'Connor; 12Mar70; DU76594. 

SOMEWHERE IN THIS FAVORED LAND, by 
George Hayner, pseud, of Joseph B. 
Collins. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Joseph B. Collins; Uun70; DU77315 ■ 

SON OF OUR CROWD, by Frank Hogan & 
Walter Porczak. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Frank Hogan & Walter Porczak; 
21Jan70; DU76240. 

THE SON WHO HUNTED TIGERS IN JAKARTA. 
See 
PASSING THROUGH FROM EXOTIC PLACES. 

THE SONG AND DANCE MEN, an allegory in 
one act by Dennis E. Noble. 6 1. 
© Dennis E. Noble; l8May70; DU77237- 

A SONG AT TWILIGHT, a play of suspense 
by Harry Essex. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Harry Essex; 8Dec69; DU76O37 . 

THE SONG OF FREEDOM, by Anne Mercer in 
collaboration with Vincentii Turrizi- 
ani; words & music by Vincentii Turri- 
ziani. 92 1. Master scene script for 
screenplay. Book only. © Anne 
Mercer; l8May70; DU77460. 

SONNY TERRY: A BETTER DAY, by Sean Brun- 
er, 19 1. (Good morning, blues) 
Script. © Sean Bruner; 3Jun70; 
C23297. 

THE SORCERER, by Ellen Holly. 107 1. 
A screenplay. © Ellen Holly; 
19Feb70; DU7c396. 

THE SOUND OF A DIFFERENT DRUM, by A. R. 
Bell. 58 1. A play in 4 scenes. 
© Amy Bell; 17Mar70; DU76627. 



SOUND OF GUNS; words & music by R. B. 
Mosley 8c Gracie Lee Mosley. Sheet. 
Recitation. © R. B. Mosley 8c Gracie 
Lee Mosley; 6May70; C23227 . 

THE SOUND OF PEACE, a fantastic comedy 
by Gregg Lawton (Charles Lawton) 

1 v. Three acts. © Gregg Lawton; 
26May70; DU77289- 

SOUND ON SLIDES, by Leroy Knox. 

2 sheets. © Leroy Knox; 8jun70; 
C23369. 

SOUNDINGS; three one act plays by Rich- 
ard Longchamps. 68 1. Contents: The 
whole town is alive to the music of 
the night. — Winter in the Province of 
Quebec. — The city: exiles from Canada 
and Chesterton. © Richard Longchamps; 
12Feb70; DU76327. 

THE SOUR TASTE OF SUCCESS. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 11. 

SPACE AGE TRAVEL MSS., by Kelly R. Mas- 
ters. 29 1. Tape script. © Kelly R. 
Masters; 5Feb70; C22674 . 

THE SPACE REQUIREMENT, a full-length 
play in two acts by Helen M. Johnson. 
128 1. © Helen M. Johnson; 25Mar70; 
DU76706. 

THE SPARK, by John W, Galich. 35 1. 
© John W. Galich; 15May70; DP7320, 

SPARROW, a play in three acts by Arlene 
Kostreva. 95 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 17Apr69, DU74020. NM: additions 
8c revisions. © Arlene Kostreva; 
8May70; DU77O97. 

SPEAK FOR YOURSELF, JOHN. See 
HIP MILES. 

SPEAKING, SINGING. See 

A VOICE LESSON WITH VICTOR DRILEA . 

SPEECH, by Ward Jamison. l4 1. 

© Jamison Associates, Inc.; 8May70; 
C23231. 

SPEECH BY MAJOR ALEXANDER P. DE SEVERSKY 
AT SQUADRON OFFICERS SCHOOL, MAXWELL 
AIR FORCE BASE, ALABAMA, by Alexander 
P. deSeversky. 26 1. © Alexander P. 
deSeversky; 31Mar70; C23O56. 

SPEECH-COMMUNICATION CENTER PROFICIENCY 
EXAMINATION; audio script by Paul 
Heinberg. 8 1. © Paul Heinberg; 

17N0V69; c 23059. 

SPEECH THERAPY. See 

TAPE SCRIPT FOR SPEECH THERAPY. 

THE SPINNING WHEEL AND DESTINY (Gandhi's 
date with destiny) A play in five 
acts by Roshan L. Khipple. 105 1- 
© Roshan L. Khipple; 22May70; DU77388. 

THE SPIRAL WEEGEE, by Judith Morley 
Levitan. 91 1- A musical play in 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Judith 
Morley Levitan; 3Jun70; DU77376. 

SPIRIT IN THE SKY, by Allen J. Actor. 

94 1. A screenplay. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 10Jul67, DU6915I. NM: complete 
re-write & editorial revision. 
© Allen J. Actor; 30Apr70; DU77O36. 

THE SPIRIT OF AMERICA, a new musical 
show in six scenes by Leo Shmeltsman. 
12 1. Book only. © Leo Shmeltsman; 
12Jun70; DU77405 . 

SPIRITUAL GROWTH, A CRISIS PROCESS, by 
Clara Grace. 21 1. A recorded tape 
Bible lesson. © Clara Grace; 25May70; 
C23276. 

THE SPIRITS ARE WILLING, an original 
comedy in three acts by Gerry Piatt 
(Geraldine Piatt) 97 1. © Geraldine 
Piatt; 13Mar70; DU76604 . 



SPIRO, written by Patricia Gleeson. 
2 1. Monolog. © Patricia Gleeson; 
12May70; C23242. 

SPLENDEUR ET MORT DE JOAQUIN MURIETA 
par Pablo Neruda; texte francais de 
Guy Suares. [Paris] Gallimard. 
86 p. (Theatre de monde entier) 
Six scenes. © on translation; Edi- 
tions Gallimard; 20Nov69; DFO-1727. 

SPORT SPOTS, no. 1-5, by John Murray. 
5 1. 5 recording scripts. © Four 
Way Productions, Inc.; 24Feb70; 
C22753 . 

SPORTS, PERSECUTION AND CHRISTIANS. See 
FIRING LINE. 38. 

SPOTLIGHT DRAMABOOK. See 
INDIANS . 
ORNIFLE . 

SPOTLIGHT ON THE COBWEBS; libretto for 
a seven scene, two act performance 
written by Harriette E. Manuel. 
18 1. © Harriette E. Manuel; l4jan70; 
DP7295. 

SPOTS, by. Mel Shappart, pseud, of 

M. G. Dumdulie. 53 1. A screenplay. 
French. © M. G. Dumdulie; 22Dec69; 
DU76127 . 

SPREAD EAGLE MICK, a play by Vincent 
Pisciotta. 81 1. Two acts. © Vin- 
cent Bennett Pisciotta; 9Apr70; 
DU76860. 

A SPY IN THE HOUSE OF LOVE; written for 
the screen by David Korn . 1 v. 
Based on a novel by Anais Nin. 
© David Korn; 25May70; DU77285 . 

THE SPY WHO WENT OUT IN THE COLD. See 
LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 29. 

SSU FAN. See 

TRADITIONAL CHINESE PLAYS. 
STACKALEE, by Jack Stokes. 39 1- 

Script. © Jack Tilden Stokes; 

6Apr70; DU76822. 

STANLEY SHOUTER, LOUD AMONG MEN. See 
TO KNOW SOMETHING IS TO BE SOMEBODY. 

STARS AT YOUR FEET; thirty minute tele- 
vision drama by Mary Geary Aertsen. 
45 1. Two acts. © Mary Geary 
Aertsen; l6Mar70; DU76547 . 
STARS WERE MADE TO TWINKLE, See 
LAY SERMON ON THE BOOK OF JONAH, 
STARS WERE MADE TO TWINKLE, AND 
MAN AND THE ANIMALS. 

START LIFE OVER; written by Armand P. 
Schaubroeck. 3 1. © Kack Klick, 
Inc.; 23Mar70; C22982. 

THE START OF THE BEGINNING, a play by 
Ben Rosenthal. 69 1. Two acts. 
© Ben J. Rosenthal; 17Jun70; DU77438. 

STATE, a one-act play by Richard P. 
De Blasi. 24 1. © Richard P. De 
Blasi; 15Apr70; DU76932. 

STATE OF INDECISION, a play in eight 
scenes by Fredric Marland. 102 1. 
© Fredric Marland; 13Apr70; DU77000. 

THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, by DeaLevine, 
pseud, of Lanham Deal. 1 v. © Lan- 
ham Deal, Joseph Levine 8c Alan Wat- 
rous; 3Jun70; C23351. 



STATES RIGHTS. 
FIRING LINE. 



See 
12. 



STAY IN SCHOOL, by George E. McDanlelll. 
17 1. A play in 2 acts. © George 
E. McDaniel II; 27Apr70; DU77OO7 . 

STEP ASIDE MOUNTAINS, AND COMPETITION! 
Recording script for Pontiac Motor 
Division. 15 1. Appl. author: Jam 
Handy Organization. © Pontiac Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
24jun70; C23507 . 



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STEWART MONOLOGUE ONE, by William 
Davies Kortum. 4 1. © William 
Davies Kortum; 27May70; C23307- 

STONED, by James Rosenfield. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © James A. Rosen- 
field; 5Mar70; DU76506. 

STONED ON THE MONEY BELT, by Belle E. 
London. 83 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Belle E. London; 24Apr70; DU76984 . 

STOOP. See 

THE SAND CASTLE. 

STOOPING TO PICK UP A TAME BIRD, I 
DISCOVERED A GOOSE. See 
PLUMAGE OF THE DEAD. 

STOP, YOU'RE KILLING ME; three short 
plays by James Leo Herlihy. New 
York, Simon 8c Schuster. 79 P- Con- 
tents: Laughs, etc. — Terrible Jim 
Fitch. --Bad bad Jo- Jo. NM: compila- 
tion. © James Leo Herlihy; 22Apr70; 
Al495°l. 

STOPOVER. See 

ARMAGEDDON & STOPOVER. 

STORIES FROM THE WASHINGTON RADIO 
WORKSHOP, by Willie C. Shipman. 
4 v. Four radio plays. © Willie 
C. Shipman; 22May70; DU77190. 

THE STORY OF JOE, PT. 1, by Richard 
W. Bruner. 28 1. Filmstrip script. 
© Richard W. Bruner; 15Jun70; 

C 233 87 • 

STRAIGHT AND STRUNG-OUT, by Toni Sachs 
& Elizabeth Andersen. 7 1- A play 
in 9 scenes. © Toni Sachs & Eliza- 
beth Andersen; 3Jun70; DU77336. 

STRAIGHT JACKET; one act play by Johnny 
D'arc, pseud, of Arthur J. Sutton. 
22 1. © Arthur J. Sutton; 8jun70; 
DU77364 . 

STRAIGHT SHOOTER; or, To please her 
head. An original screenplay by 
Anthony Kahn & Daniel del Solar. 
33 1. © Anthony Kahn & Daniel del 
Solar; 4Mar70; DU76491. 

A STRANGE ALLIANCE, a play by Gordon 
Clifton Law. 177 1. Three acts. 
© Gordon Clifton Law; 12Mar70; 
DU76593. 

STRANGE, SO VERY STRANGE, a tragedy in 
one act by Michael Shannon. 21 1. 
© Michael V. Shannon; 26jan70; 
DU76251. 

STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM; book by Howard 
Kissel, lyrics by Allan Greengrass, 
music by Rory Butler. 1 v. Book 
& lyrics only. © Howard Kissel; 
5Feb70; DU76253. 

THE STREET HUT, a play in one act by 
Rafael Bunuel. 19 1. © Rafael 
Bunuel; 15Jan70; DU76205. 

THE STREET OF THE SAD INDIAN LASS, a 
drama in two acts and eight scenes 
by Aleka Maria Diamos (Aleka Maria 
Diamos DeGrazia) 20 1. © Aleka 
Maria Diamos DeGrazia; 6Apr70; 
DU76778 . 

STREET WALKIN WOMAN; written by Armand 
P. Schaubroeck. 5 1. © Kack Klick, 
Inc.; 23Mar70; C22977. 

STREETERVILLE, an original fictional 
screenplay partially based upon his- 
tory by Ronald Keith Lachner, Mary 
Beth Lachner (Mary Elizabeth Lachner) 
& Gail Garber. 1st revision. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 8Aug69, 
DU75405 & prev. pub. 8Aug69, DP7240. 
© Ronald K. Lachner, Mary Elizabeth 
Lachner & Gail Garber; 19Nov69; 
DP7239- 



STREETERVILLE, an original fictionalized 
screenplay based upon an historical 
incident by Ronald Keith Lachner, 
Mary Beth Lachner (Mary Elizabeth 
Lachner) & Gail Garber. 142 1. 
©Ronald Keith Lachner, Mary Elizabeth 
Lachner & Gail Garber; llAug69; 
DU75405. (See also Streeterville; 
8Aug69; DP7240) 

STREETERVILLE, an original fictionalized 
screenplay based upon an historical 
incident by Ronald Keith Lachner, 
Mary Beth Lachner (Mary Elizabeth 
Lachner) & Gail Garber. 143 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. HAug69, DU75405. 
© Ronald Keith Lachner, Mary Elizabeth 
Lachner Sc Gail Garber; 8Aug69; DP724C. 
(See also Streeterville; llAug69; 
DU75405) 

STREETS & DREAMS, a collection of poems 
for oral delivery by John Bartels. 

1 v. © John R. Bartels; 10Mar70; 
C22922. 

STREETS OF THE CITY. V. 18, by Florence 
Parker Simister. Radio scripts. 
© Florence Parker Simister; l6Mar70; 
C22941. 

STRENGTH OF MAGNETS. See 
MAGNETISM LESSONS 1-4. 

STRENGTHENING AND IMPROVING MARRIAGE AND 
FAMILY LIFE. 12 1. Filmstrip script. 
Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; 19Jan70; C22536. 

STROLL IN THE AIR. See 
PLAYS, VOLUME VI. 

THE STRONG MEN, by Stratis Karras; 

translated by Evangelos D. Voutsinas. 
127 1. A play in 3 acts. © Evangelos 
D. Voutsinas; 15Jun70; DU77421. 

THE STRUGGLE FOR DEMOCRACY IN BRAZIL. 
See 
FIRING LINE. 77. 

STUDIO 1473, a play in three acts by 
T. Tucker. 104 1. © W. T. Tucker; 
5Jan70; A118742. 

A STUPENDOUS MAYAN SPECTACLE, by Walter 
Cosby Bentz. 29 1. © Walter Cosby 
Bentz; 15Apr70; DF7322. 

SUBJECT TO FITS, a response to Dostoy- 
evsky's The idiot. Words & music by 
Robert Montgomery. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Robert Montgomery; 
22Jun70; DU77476. 

SUBJECT, VERB. See 
SENTENCE PATTERNS. 

THE SUBWAY MAJORITY, a drama, with 
introd. & interpretive comments by 
Evan Yale Snyder. 1 v. © Evan 
Yale Snyder; Uun70; DU77317 ■ 

SUCCESSFUL LIVING THROUGH SYMBOLON-CY- 
BERNETICS, by Raymond W. Burnap. Lec- 
tures. © Raymond W. Burnap. 
Session 

1. © 22Jan70; C22722. 

2. © 22May70; C23272. 

3. © 22May70; C23271. 

SUCK HONEY FROM THE ROCK, a play in 
two parts by Robert S. Bryan. 92 1. 
© Robert S. Bryan; 3Feb70; DU76273- 

SUE, by LeRoy Daugherty. 5 P- 

© LeRoy Daugherty; 4May70; C23225 • 

THE SUGAR MONSTER FROM MARS, by Samuel 
A. Rulon. 2 v. A musical play in 

2 acts. © Samuel A. Rulon; 19Mar70; 
DU77067 . 

SUH AND SHA (The caliph's magician) 
Display opera in one act, libretto 
& music by Gabriel v. Wayditch. 1 v. 
English & Hungarian. Libretto. 



ADpl. authors: Ivan Walter von Way- 
ditch & Gabriel von Wayditch. 

an Walter von Wayditch; 17Feb70; 
DU76928. 

SUMMERHILL, a musical in two acts by 
Harry Albertson. 98 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Harry Albertson; 
13Apr70; DU76890. 

SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT THE FOOTBALL GAME, 
by Michael 0. Gold. 8 1. A play 
in 2 scenes. © Michael 0. Gold; 
9Feb70; DU76302. 

SUNDAY CHAPEL; drama by Anthony Anch 
Kline. 10 1. A musical play in 4 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Anthony 
Anch Kline; 26jan70; DU76347- 

SUNDAY DINNER, a play by Joyce Carol 
Oates (Joyce Carol Oates Smith) 
67 1. © Joyce Carol Oates; 28May70; 
DU77303 . 

SUNDAY GOLF, by Jerry Patch. 101 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Jerry Patch; 
17Jun70; DU77434. 

SUNSTROKE. See 

PASSING THROUGH FROM EXOTIC PLACES. 

THE SUPER-HAT, an oral presentation 
by Joseph Gleeson. Sheet. © Joseph 
Gleeson; 20Apr70; C23191- 

SUPER HERO; dramatic screenplay by 
Walter Hiromi Hiroshige . 22 1. 
© Walter Hiromi Hiroshige; 4Feb70; 
DU76274. 

SUPER-POSITIONS; suivies de Eugenie 
Kopronime, by Rene Ehni. [Paris] 
C. Bourgois Editeur. l6l p. © Chris- 
tian Bourgois Editeur; 20Mar70; 
DFO-1748. 

THE SUPERINTENDENT; opera in one act 
by Bob Brown. 11 1. Libretto. 
© Bob Brown; 2Apr70; DU768H. 

SUPREME COURT, by Robert LeRoy Young. 
11 1. Lecture. © Robert LeRoy Young: 
17Jun70; C23414. 

THE SUPREME COURT AND CRIMINALS. See 
FIRING LINE. 33. 

THE SURFIN 1 SPY. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 16. 

SURI-MAN, by Rene Martinez. 67 1. 
A screenplay. Appl. ti.: Suri-man, 
the man from Surinam. © Rene Mar- 
tinez; 29Aug68; DU76717. 

SUZANNE, a play in three acts by 
Milton Mclntyre Brown. 1st ed . 
York, Vantage Press. 129 P- 
© Milton Mclntyre Brown; 30Jan70; 
DP7350. 

SVOLACH, a play in two acts by Jonathan 
T. Belknap. 97 1. © Jonathan T. 
Belknap; HMay70; DU77071. 

THE SWALLOW (La rondlne) By Giacomo 
Puccini; lyrical comedy in 3 acts by 
A. M. Willner, Heinz Reichert, Giu- 
seppe Adami; English version by Robert 
Hess; piano reduction by Carlo Carig- 
nani. [Austria] Universal Edition. 
208 p. English & Italian. Vocal 
score. © on English translation. Uni- 
versal Edition, A.G.; 19Nov69; 
DFO-1738. 

SWEET ALICE, a play by Robert M. Lane, 
pseud, of James Van Lare. 1 v. 
Three acts. © James Van Lare; 5Jan70; 
DU76152. 

THE SWEET BEGINNING I, by Victor B. 
Miller & Richard D. Hurst. 1 v. 
A play in 21 scenes. © Richard D. 
Hurst; 9Feb70; DU763O5. 



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SWEET EROS, NEXT AND OTHER PLAYS, by 
Terrence McNally, foreword by 
Philip Burton. New York, Random 
House. Ij8 p. © Terrence McNally; 
lJOct69; DP7309- 

SWEET PROTEST, a musical revue written 
by Robert W. Mathews. 1 v. One 
act. © Robert W. Mathews; 26jan70; 
DU76188. 

THE SWEET TASTE OF SOUR GRAPES, a 

dramatic rock musical; book & lyrics 
by Mike Hoelzle, music by Gloria 
Shayne. 1 v. Two acts. © Mike 
Hoelzle & Gloria Shayne; 9Mar70; 
DU76558. 

THE SWELLS, LA GENTE DE BUEN TONO, AND 
THREE OTHER PLAYS; created & written 
by Jetta Stroll. 29 1. Appl. states 
portion prev. reg. 17Aug67, DU68441; 
13Jan64, A692O53 . NM: some trans- 
lations & dramatization. © Jetta 
Stroll; 19Jan70; DU76132. 

THE SWIMMING POOL; dramatic composition 
by Robert Milton Luippold. 87 1. 
Six scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as H 2 0-llywood, 4jan68, DU71220 & 
10Feb69, DU74435. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Robert Milton Luippold; 
3Mar70; DU76486. 

SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON. See 

MANIFEST: TODAY AND THE DAY BEFORE. 

SWITCHAROO, a one act play by Philip 
Paul Plant. 1 v. © Philip Paul 
Plant; 9Mar70; DU76559- 

SYMPHONY N0.1, BEETHOVEN. See 

LECTURES ON ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTING. 
Chap. 2. 

THE SYNAPTIC THEORY OF TIME SLOW-DOWN 
WITH THE USE OF HALLUCINOGENIC COM- 
POUNDS, by R. H. Strul. 8 1. 
© Ricky Howard Strul; 10Mar70; C22923- 

SYNTHETIC DIVISION. 10 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: 'Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt . San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 15Jun70; 
C23392- 

SYSTEMS OF QUADRATIC EQUATIONS. 22 1. 
Tape script. Appl. author: Mt . San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 13Apr70; C23149- 

SZARKO MIND EXCURSION. No. 1-6, by 
Leonard Wayne. 6 1. © Leonard 
Wayne; 5Jun70; C2331 2 *- 



T.B.T., INC., RANGEMASTER SCRIPT. 4 1. 
Appl. author: T.B.T., Inc. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 21Dec67, C20122. 
NM: revisions. ©T.B.T., Inc.; 
30Mar70; C23032. 

T. R. BASKIN, an original screenplay by 

Peter Hyams. 136 1. © Peter Hyams; 

7May70; DU77072. 
TV OR TELEVISION AUCTION PRODUCTION, by 

William Gerald Bayse. 1 v. Script. 

© William Gerald Bayse; 10Jun70; 

C23tl3. 

TA, TA, ESMERELDA, a comedy by Henry 
C. Fanelli. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Henry C. Fanelli; 30Mar70; DU76771. 

TAILYPO, by Jack Stokes. 19 1. Script. 
© Jack Tilden Stokes; 6Apr70; DU76825 . 

THE TAIPING HEAVENLY KINGDOM, a play in 
14 scenes by Kenmin Hogh, pseud, of 
Kenmin Ho. 49 1 . © Kenmin Hogh; 
22Jun70; DU77490. 

TAKE A CHARACTER, ANY CHARACTER; eight- 
een mini-dramas by John E. Schroeder. 
78 1. © John E. Schroeder & Key 
Productions, Inc.; 3Mar70; DU76538. 



TAKE 5 MINUTES FOR YOUR FIGURE; pre- 
natal & post-natal exercises, a 
thoroughly coordinated musical 
exercise program created by Morris 
S. Weiss in association with Robert 
G. Kimble. 7 1. Recording script. 
© Healthway Records; 20May70; C23259. 

TAKE ME TO THE TREASURE, by Claire Jones 
& Bob Varga. 23 1. A play. © Claire 
Jones & Bob Varga; 15Apr70; DU76933- 

TAKE ME TO YOUR LADDER, by Fred H. 
Arthur. 2 sheets. © Fred Arthur; 
20Apr70; C23186. 

TAKE 12/ACTION PLAYS, by Mel Cebulash; 
Sol Catalono, illustrator. New York, 
Scholastic Book Services. 95 p. 
NM: compilation & additions. 
© Scholastic Magazines, Inc.; 15Jan70; 
Al 34609. 

THE TAKERS; written by Jack D. Waite. 
106 1. A screenplay. © Jack D. 
Waite; 29Apr70; DU77195- 

TAKING CARE OF THINGS. See 
GETTING ALONG IN SCHOOL. 

TALE OF MEDEA. See 
OUT OF THE MAELSTROM. 

TALES OF MICROLANDIA. See 
THE HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN. 

TALES OF RHYME AND REASON. See 
ALWAYS ARGUING. 
BRAGGARTY RABBIT. 
A KISS FROM ALICE. 
THE LORDLY LION. 
WHAT WILL THE NEIGHBORS SAY. 

A TALK WITH JAMES BROWN, by James Brown 
& Marva Whitney. 4 1. Recording 
script. © Dynatone Pub. Co.; 9Feb70 ; 
C2274-1 . 
TALKIN 1 GREEN BERET SUPER YELLOW HYDRAU- 
LIC BANANA TEENY BOPPER BLUES, by Mike 
Smith. 2 1. © Mike Smith; 310ct69; 
C22486. 

TALKING OF MICHELANGELO, an original 
screenplay by George Bloomfield. 
1st draft, March 1970. 120 1. 
© International Business Management, 
Ltd.; 29Jun70; DU77566. 

TALKING SMOG, lyrics by Robert L. Webb. 
3 1. © Robert Lloyd Webb; 3Feb70; 
C22739. 
TALL PAUL, a musical play in two acts 
written by R. C. Harkness & E. H. 
Elliot. 1 v. Book only. © Edwin 
H. Elliot & Robert C. Harkness; 
Uun70; DU77325- 
TALUS (Hadrian's wall) Play in 2 acts 
about Emperor Hadrian of Rome by 
Ronald W. Lackmann. 1 v. © Ronald 
William Lackmann; 8May70; DU77098. 

TAPE SCRIPT FOR SPEECH THERAPY; 12 les- 
sons by Bernard S. Lee. N0.I-6A. 
12 v. © Bernard S. Lee; 12Jan70; 
C22513- 

A TAPE TO ACCOMPANY BETTER THAN GOLD, 
GRADE THREE, LEVEL ONE. 11 1. (Mac- 
millan reading program) Script. 
© Macmillan Co.; l6Mar70; C23029. 

A TAPE TO ACCOMPANY WORLDS OF WONDER, 
PRIMER. 11 1. (Macmillan reading 
program) Script. © Macmillan Co.; 
l6Mar70; C23024 . 

TARTUFFE . See 
HEAVEN BLESS ME. 

TAURUS AT WORK; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 1 1. Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22578. 

TAURUS NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS; 
written by Jacques Wilson. 2 1. 
© Almo Music Corp; 19Jan70; C22581. 

TAURUS PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 11. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22579- 



TAURUS WHERE WAS YOUR MOON? Written by 
Jacques Wilson. 3 1. © Almo Music 
Corp; 19Jan70; C22580. 

TAXI RECEIPT SYSTEM, by Philip Rosen- 
berg. 11. © Philip Rosenberg; 
23Jan70; C22576. 

THE TEAHOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON. See 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 3. 

TEARS OF JOY, by Barbet Schroeder. 

88 1. A screenplay. © Barbet Schroe- 
der; I4jan70; DU76337. 

TECHNICAL TYPEWRITING. Tape scripts. 
Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt, San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District. 
Lesson 

1. Typing of mathematical and chemi- 
cal problems. © Uun70; C23422. 

2. The Greek alphabet. © Uun70; 
C23423. 

3. Construction of mathematical sym- 
bols. © Uun70; C23424. 

4. Typing the technical manuscript. 
© Uun70; C23425 . 

THE TECHNIQUE OF THE SALE. 25 1. 
Script of 60 minute cassette tape. 
(Cassette no.103) Appl. author: 
American Society of C.L.U. © Amer- 
ican Society of Chartered Life Under- 
writers; 17Jun70; C23400. 

THE TEENAGE WITCHES, an original screen- 
play by Richard A. Lee. 1 v. 
© Richard A. Lee; 9Apr70; DU76858. 

TELEPHONE, by Steve Friedman. 4 1. 
A play. © San Francisco Mime Troupe, 
Inc.; lDec69; DU76148. 

THE TELEPHONE. See 

OUR COMMUNITY UTILITIES. 

TELEPHONE COLLECTION. 1 v. (Audiogra- 
phic training program) Appl. author: 
Manpower, Inc. ©Manpower, Inc.; 
26Mar70; C22991. 

TELEPHONE CONVERSATIONS CONCERNING 
PRICE-FIXING, by William E. Kramer. 
61 1. © William E. Kramer; 240ct6>9; 
C22499. 

THE TELESCOPE, a play in one act by Ed- 
ward Hyland Reardon. 27 1. © Edward 
Hyland Reardon; 31Mar70; DU76753. 

TELEVISION COMMERCIAL FOR EXCEDRIN, by 
William S. Beslow. Sheet. © William 
S. Beslow; HFeb70; DU76322. 

TELL ME DINKY, DO YOU BELIEVE IN HATE 
AT FIRST GLANCE? An absurd interlude 
of misplaced values by Robert E. Artz. 
40 1. A play. © Robert E. Artz; 
13Apr70; DU76892. 

TELLING TIME, lesson 1-4, by Roger W. 
Bodley & Robert C. Goodman. 4 v. Re- 
cording scripts. ©Flexible Learning 
Systems, Inc.; 4Mar70; C22854 . 

THE TEMPEST, by William Shakespeare; 
edited by Northrop Frye . Rev. ed. 
Baltimore, Penguin Books. 108 p. 
(The Pelican Shakespeare, Alfred 
Harbage, general ed.) Five acts. 
©Penguin Books, Inc.; 24Apr70; 
A151979. 

TEMPO. See 
LL FARSIUOMO. 

THE TEMPORARY THANKSGIVING TURKEY 
TRUCE. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 15. 

TEN LECTURES IN THE. INTRODUCTION TO THE- 
OLOGY, by Owen C. Thomas. 1 v. 
© Owen Clark Thomas; 20Mar70; C22973. 

TENNESSEE BOY. See 

THREE MODERN PLAYS ON CLASSICAL 
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TERESA, TERESA, a play in three acts 
by Jerome Edmund Lord . 1 v . 
© Jerome Edmund Lord; LJun70; 
DU77313- 

TERRESTRA. See 

FATE HAS THE EYE OF A TIGER. 
TIME OF FEAR. 

A TERRIBLE BEAUTY: DUSE AND D'ANNUNZIO, 
by David Graeme. 101 1. A play in 
3 acts. © David R. Graeme; 2Apr70; 
DU76773- 

TERRIBLE JIM FITCH. See 
STOP, YOU'RE KILLING ME. 

THE TESTING BIT, an incident by Raymond 
Piatt. 16 1. © Raymond Piatt; 
28May70; DU77298. 

TESTING CONDUCTORS. See 
ELECTRICITY LESSONS - 1-4 . 

THANK YOU, MISS VICTORIA, a play in one 
act by William M. Hoffman. (In New 
American plays; edited & with an in- 
trod. by W. M. Hoffman. 1st ed. New 
York, Hill & Wang. v. 3, p.[l49]-l68) 
© William M. Hoffman; 24Mar70; 
A145460 . 

THANKS JOE, by David McCrae. 1 v. 

A play in 3 acts. © David V. McCrae; 
6Feb70; DU763OO. 

THAT KOOK J. C, by Kris Rosenberg. 
Downers Grove, 111., Contemporary 
Drama Service. 30 p. Two scenes & 
postlogue. Appl. author: Arthur 
Meriwether, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 9Jan70; 
DP7258. 

THAT OLD METAPHORICAL HURDLE. See 
IT'S NOT A KIDNAPPING, MRS. BIGELOW 
AND THAT OLD METAPHORICAL HURDLE. 

THAT'S AN ORDER, PVT. CRUDD. See 
THE LASCIVIOUS CARRIAGE. 

THAT'S THE BALL GAME, NO. 2, by Dayton 
Allen. 3 1. Monolog. © Dayton Al- 
len; 20Apr70; C23198. 

THAT'S THE WAY A CHAMP SHOULD GO. See 
EYE DROPS FOR THE MIND'S EYE. 

THAT'S THE WAY THE BALL BOUNCES, by 
David E. Aaron. 5 1- Television 
script. © David E. Aaron; 13Apr70; 
C23117. 

THAT'S WHERE ALL THE MONEY IS, by Ed- 
ward De Roo. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Edward John De Roo; 10Apr70; 
DU76873. 

THEATRE, par Jose Pierre. Le vaisseau 
amiral, ou, Les Portugais; Bon jour 
mon oeil; Hara-kiri. [Paris] Denoel. 
235 P. (Les Lettres nouvelles) 
© Editions Denoel; 30Jun69; DF2039. 

THEATRE, par Luigi Pirandello; traduits 
par Maurice Clavel, Georges Paques 
et Michel Breitman. Ce soir on im- 
provise; Celle qu'on laisse passer 
(L'amie des epouses); On ne sait 
comment. [Paris] Denoel. 352 p. 
© on translation; Editions Denoel; 
30Jun69; DF2041. 

THEATRE II. See 
POEMES A JOUER. 

THEATRE III, by Arrabal. Le grand 
ceremonial; Ceremonie pour un noir 
assassine. [Paris] C. Bourgois 
Editeur. 220 p. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Christian Bourgois; 
30Mar69; DF2036. 

THEATRE III, par Philippe Heriat. 

Voltige; Balzac; Les Hauts de Hurle- 
Vent. [Paris] Gallimard. 309 p. 
Les Hauts de Hurle-Vent based on the 



novel Wuthering Heights, by Emily 
Bronte. © Editions Gallimard; 
300ct69; DFO-1725. 

THEATRE IV, par Arrabal. Le lai de 
Barabbas; Concert dans un oeuf. 
[Paris] Christian Bourgois. 26l p. 
© Christian Bourgois; 30Jul69; 
DFO-1730. 

THEATRE V, by Arrabal. Theatre panique; 
L'architecte et l'empereur d'Assyrie. 
[Paris] C. Bourgois Editeur. 196 p. 
© Christian Bourgois; 30Mar67; 
DF2035 . 

THEATRE VI, by Arrabal. Le jardin des 
delices; Bestialite erotique; Une tor- 
tue nommee Dostoievsky. [Paris] 
C. Bourgois Editeur. 184 p. © Chris- 
tian Bourgois; 20Mar69; DF2042. 

THEATRE VIII. See 

DEUX OPERAS PANIQUES. 

THEATRE COMPLET DE MARIVAUX. See 
MARIVAUX. 



THEATRE DU MONDE ENTIER. 
ENTRE CHIEN ET LOUP. 



See 



THEATRE OF CHANGES, by Robert H. Perry. 
3 1. A play in scenes. © Robert H. 
Perry; 26Mar70; DU76732. 

THEATRO ESPANOL DEL SIGLO DE 0R0; , 
masterpieces by Lope de Vega, Calde- 
ron, & their contemporaries, edited 
with introd . , notes, & vocabulary by 
Bruce W. Wardropper. New York, 
Scribner. 920 p. NM: pref., introd. 
& apparatus. © Charles Scribner 's 
Sons; 7Jan70; AI38689. 

THEN. See 

A SMELL OF BURNING, AND THEN. 

THE THEOLILOGY, by James, pseud, of 
James Edward Carr . Contents: The 
generation gap. — The gospel accord- 
ing to? — The nativities are restless 
tonight. (In Burst from a love 
bubble) Appl. states prev. reg. 
7Apr69, DU74007. © James Carr; 
4May69; DP7222. 

THEORY OF TCE: THE ELECTROMAGNETIC 
WAVE, by Leland G. McDaniel. 2 v. 
© Leland Glen McDaniel; 19Dec69; 
C23077 . 

THEORY, PROOF, APPLICATION. See 
THREE METAPHYSICAL ETCHINGS. 

THERE AND BACK AGAIN: A HOBBIT'S HOLI- 
DAY, by Joanna Russ. 49 1. A musical 
play in 3 scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© Joanna Russ; 10Mar70; DU76676. 

THERE COMES A TIME, a movie script by 
Janice Dixon. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 3Aug66, DU66495 . NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Janice Thorne 
Dixon; 19Jun70; DU77455 . 

THERE IS A SEASON, by Heather Murray. 
1 v. A play in 4 acts. © Heather 
Murray; 7Apr70; DU76842. 

THERE IS NO HAMLET, a play in 3 acts by 
Calvin Ruskaup. 63 1. © Calvin 
Ruskaup; 21Jan70; DU76156. 

THERE'S A CIRCUS IN TOWN. See 
MATHU. 

THERE'S A NEW DAY COMIN 1 , a new half- 
hour comedy pilot by Donald R. Boyle. 
1st draft. 39 1. A screenplay in 2 
acts. © Donald R. Boyle; 15Apr70; 
DU76931. 

THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SNOW 
BUSINESS. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 17. 



THERE'S NOTHING MORE VALUABLE THAN. 
See 
FOUR PLAYS BY PASQUALE. 

THESE TRUTHS, a play in two parts by 
Beverly Thompson. 112 1. © Beverly 
Elaine Thompson; HMar70; DU76576. 

THEY HAD A WAR, a musical play by E 
F. Sundberg; music by Rowan Taylor. 
242 p. Two acts. 3 Edward F. Sund- 
berg & Rowan Taylor; l8Mar70; DU76639. 

THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON'T THEY? A novel 
by Horace McCoy; screenplay by Robert 
E. Thompson; foreword to screen) 
by Sydney Pollack. Avon (N250) 
319 p. Appl. author: ARC Pictures 
Corp., employer for hire, 
screenplay & foreword to screenplay; 
ABC Pictures Corp.; 19Decc9; A117164. 

THEY SOLD IT, by Fred H. Arthur. 
2 sheets. © Fred Arthur; 20Apr70; 
C23183. 
THEY WILL HAVE TIME, by Ruth Flick. 
13 1. A play. © Ruth H. Flick; 
25Feb70; DU76386. 

THEY'RE GOING LIKE HOT-CAKES, a play 
in one act by Gerson Goodman. 46 1. 
© Gerson Goodman; 23Jun70; DU77501. 

THEY'RE OFF THE PAD; recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division. 17 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 24Jun70; C23495. 

THICKER THAN WATER, by J . B. Phelan, 
pseud, of Elizabeth Donnelly. 8 1. 
A play. © Elizabeth Donnelly; 
2Feb70; DU76264. 

THE THIEVES, by Charles (Oyamo) Gordon. 
9 1. A play. © Charles F. Gordon; 
22Jan70; DU76163. 

THIEVING MAGPIE. See 
LA GAZZA LADRA. 

THE THING ITSELF, by Arthur Sainer. 
Three parts. (In Playwrights for 
tomorrow; edited with an introd. by 
Arthur H. Ballet. Minneapolis, Uni- 
versity of Minnesota Press, v. 6, 
p. [71-42) Appl. states prev. reg. 
24Jul67, DU69358. © Arthur Sainer; 
: 2Sep69; DP7344. 

THINKING ABOUT MARRIAGE? Supplement 
to Adult enrichment seminar, vol.1: 
The family. By Charles L. Tooman & 
Urban G. Steinmetz. 1 v. Recorded 
lecture discussion program. © Family 
Enrichment Bureau; 29Jan70; C22701. 

THIRD FROM THE SUN; three plays by 
Cherney Berg. The old country; 
Asmodeus, but not exactly; Third 
from the sun. 1 v. © Cherney 
Berg; 12Jun70; DU77439- 

THE THIRD MAN, a film by Graham Greene 
& Carol Reed. London, Lorrimer. 
134 p. (Modern film scripts) 
© Graham Greene; 24Feb69 (in notice: 
1968); AF30571. 

THIS IS MY LETTER TO THE WORLD, by 
Patricia Willett Clarke. 140 1. 
A screenplay. © Patricia Willett 
Clarke; 24jun70; DU77531- 

THIS IS MY LIFE, a story about Jesus. 
An original screenplay by Peggy 
Stevens (Margaret F. Stevens) 143 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Peggy Stevens; 
UMayTO; DU77069. 

THIS IS THE WAY IT'S GOING TO BE! 
Recording script for Pontiac Motor 
Division. 12 1. Appl. author: Jam 
Handy Organization. © Pontiac Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
24jun70; C23501. 

THIS LITTLE FANNY WENT TO MARKET. See 
FANNY HELL. 



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THIS LONELY WORLD OF MINE, by Annie 
Bell Atkins. 4 p. © Annie Bell 
Atkins; 21Apr70; 0234-50. 

THIS PLACE IS CLOSED FOR THE WINTER, 
a play in two acts by John Thorburn 
Hall. 64 1. © John Thorburn Hall; 
23Mar70; DU76686. 

THIS STREET, a musical play in two acts; 
book by Vernon Washington. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Vernon Washing- 
ton; 19Jun70; DU77474. 

THIS TIME AROUND, an original screenplay 
by Carole wise. 177 1. © Carole 
Wise; 4Mar70; DU76487. 

THOU SHALT NOT (MAYBE); shooting script 
written by Don Sweet. 40 1. © Don 
Sweet & Donati & Friends, Inc.; 
lMay70; C2J221. 

THREATS, a play in seven scenes by 
Rose Schonhard. 1 v. © Rose Schon- 
hard; 26May70 ; DU77288. 

THE THREE BEARS, an environmental 
version by Ethel Spector 8c Bertram 
Spector. 6 1. A musical play. 
Book only. © Bertram Spector; 
20May70; DU77196. 

THREE GREAT WARS. Civil War; World 
War I; World War II. 28 v. Twenty- 
eight scripts. Appl. author: Educa- 
tion Unlimited Corp. © Education Un- 
limited Corp.; HMay70; C23239- 

THREE METAPHYSICAL ETCHINGS by Barry 
Litvack. 1 v. Three plays. 
Contents: How windows get washed. 
— Hogwash. --Theory, proof, appli- 
cation. © Barry Litvack; 5Jan70; 
DU76065. 

THREE MODERN PLAYS ON CLASSICAL THEMES, 
by Carl Eric Von Kleist. Ann Arbor, 
University Microfilms . Microfilm. 
(Doctoral dissertation series) 
Contents: John Crown. — Tennessee 
Boy. — Off to Byzantium. © Carl Eric 
Von Kleist; 30Jan70; A135557 • 

THREE NEW DRAMATIC WORKS & 20 OTHER 

SHORT PLAYS. See 

THE DOGS; OR, THE PARIS COMEDY AND 
TWO OTHER PLAYS: CHRIS SICK; OR 
HAPPY NEW YEAR ANYWAY, MAKING 
MONEY, AND NINETEEN OTHER VERY SHORT 
PLAYS. 

THREE NEW MONOLOGUES, by Marcelle H. 
Kelly. Tama, Iowa, Edna Means Drama- 
tic Service. 4 1. © Edna Means 
Dramatic Service; !Nov69; A116512. 

THREE OFF-BROADWAY PLAYS, by Philip 

Freund. The peons; The fire bringers; 
The brooding angel. London, W. H. 
Allen. 172 p. Appl. states Peons 
prev. reg. 22Apr36, DU42216 & Fire 
bringers prev. reg. 23Nov37, DU53403 . 
NM: revisions. © Philip Freund; 
15Dec68; DP7245 • 

THREE PLAYS, by David Jacob Magidson. 
Ann Arbor, University Microfilms 
Library Services. Microfilm. 
(Doctoral dissertation series) 
© David Jacob Magidson; 31Decfc9; 
DP7225. 

THE THREE SISTERS, by Anton Chekhov; 
English translation & notes by 
Randall Jarrell. Macmillan. 160 p. 
Four acts. Appl. authors: Randall 
Jarrell & Mary Jarrell. NM: trans- 
lation, afterword, notes & compila- 
tion of illustrative material. 
© Estate of Randall Jarrell; 31Mar69; 
A119567. 

THE THREE SISTERS, by Anton Chekhov; 
translated by Allen Fletcher. 79 1. 
A play in 4 acts. © Allen Fletcher; 
20Mar70; DU7667O. 



THREE SPANISH SACRAMENTAL PLAYS; trans- 
lated & with an introd. by R. G. 
Barnes. For our sake, by Lope de 
Vega; The bandit queen, by Maestro 
Josef de Valdivielso; King Belshazzar's 
feast, by Pedro Calderon de la Barca. 
San Francisco, Chandler Pub. Co. 
103 p. (Chandler editions in drama) 
NM: additions & revisions. © Chandler 
Pub. Co.; 26jun69; A118964. 

THE THREE WISHES. See 

FAMOUS CHILDREN'S STORIES. 

THROUGH GATES OF HORN, a Readers' 
Theatre presentation by Sarah E. 
Stevenson. 24 1. A play in 2 parts. 
Based on Theodyssey of Homer. 
© Sarah E. Stevenson; 2Mar70; 
DU76474. 

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. See 
BUT NEVER JAM TODAY. 

TIDBITS. See 

NARRATOR'S CONJECTURE. 

THE TIGER IN TRACTION, by Gifford W. 
Wingate. Draft 1. 40 1 . A musical 
play. Book 8c lyrics only. © Gifford 
W. Wingate; HMay70; DU77193- 

TIGHT-ACID COUNTRY, a play for the 
music theatre by Skip Rollet 
(Ronald Thomas Rollet) 126 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Ronald Thomas 
Rollet; 5May70; DU77081. 

TIGRES EN LA CALLE; o, La calle de los 
tigres. Historia original y guion 
cinematografico por Jeddu Mascoretto 
(Jeddu Rodriguez Mascorieto) 75 1. 
© Jeddu Rodriguez Mascorieto; 
30Apr68; DU76716. 
TILT! A two-act comedy-drama by Stan 
Papell. 1 v. © Stan Papell; 
22Apr70; DU76974. 
TILT, an original screenplay by David 
Yarosh. 140 1. © David Yarosh; 
9Mar70; DU76668. 
TIM WHATSOEVER. See 

TIM WHOSOEVER. 
TIM WHOSOEVER, four Christian plays for 
reading by Jerome Hines. Old Tappan, 
N.J., F. H. Revell. 149 p. Contents: 
Tim Whatsoever .--To teach or not to 
preach. — Honky lover, — Clay pigeon. 
© Fleming H, Revell Co.; 6Apr70; 
A152140. 
TIM WHOSOEVER; four Christian plays for 
reading, by Jerome Hines. Old Tappan, 
N.J., F. H. Revell. 149 p. Contents: 
Tim Whosoever. — To teach or not to 
preach. — Honky lover. — Clay pigeon. 
© Fleming H. Revell Co.; 6Apr70; 
AI50815 . 

TIME OF FEAR, pt.1-2. By Ruth E. 

Stephens. 1 v. (Terrestra, pt. 12-13) 
A screenplay. © Ruth E. Stephens; 
19Mar70; DU76849. 

TIME OUT, an experimental play by 

S. Alan Kohler. 21 1. © Stuart Alan 
Kohler; 21Apr70; DU76967. 

A TIME TO LAUGH, a two act play by 
Stephen Hotchner. 87 1. © Stephen 
Hotchner; 21May70; DU77248. 

TIME TO REALIZE, by Fred Atkins. 2 1. 
© Fred Atkins; 6Feb70; C22675. 

THE TIMETABLE, by Brian N. Morton. 
19 1. A play. © Brian N. Morton; 
3Mar70; DU76482. 

TIMOTHY, MY SON, by Susan Graham Erwin 
(Susan Graham Erwin Williamson) 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Susan E. William- 
son; 12Mar70; DU76537 . 

THE TIN-EAR TUNESMITH, a musical by 
Louise V. Maximoff. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 22Jul69, EU142191 
& others. NM: dramatization & 
additions. © Louise V. Maximoff; 
17Apr70; DU76945. 



TIPS ON TOVARISHCHI; or, How to travel 
in Russia. By Natasha Carlton. 1 v. 
© Natasha & Leonard Carlton; 27May70; 
C 233 08. 

TITUS ANDRONICUS, von Friedrich D'urren- 
matt nach Shakespeare. 114 p. 
A play. German. © Reiss, A.G. Thea- 
terverlag; 13May70; DU77212. 

TO CHARTER OUR COURSE FOR THE FUTURE; 
speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. 
18 1. © Estate of Martin Luther King, 
Jr.; 2Apr70; C23060. 

TO KILL A. MOCKINGBIRD, by Harper Lee; 
dramatized by Christopher Sergei. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 202 p. 
Two acts. © Harper Lee; 23Jan70; 
DP7238. 

TO' KNOW SOMETHING IS TO BE SOMEBODY; 
or, Stanley Shouter, loud among men. 
By Paul B. Lichtman. 14 1. 
Appl. ti.: To know something is to 
be somebody; or, How to be a boss. 
© Paul B. Lichtman; 20Apr70; C23179- 

TO LIVE AND DIE IN BERKELEY, a play 
in three acts with lyrics by Frank 
Steinkellner. 74 1. © Frank Stein- 
kellner; 12May70; DU77108. 

TO PLEASE HER HEAD. See 
STRAIGHT SHOOTER. 

TO TEACH OR NOT TO PREACH. See 
TIM WHOSOEVER. 

TO TELL THE TOOTH. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 12. 

TO THE GARDEN OF OUR HEART'S DESIRE, 
by Deborah Fertik. 12 1 . A musical 
play. © Deborah Ann Fertik; 4May70; 
DU77278 . 

TO THEM FROM HIM., by Christopher D, 
Michael. 31 1. A play, © Christo- 
pher D. Michael; 5Jun70; DU77346. 

TO VENUS WITH LOVE, by Joyce Bennett. 
1 v. Two acts. With music. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Moonstone au go 
go, 1966. © Joyce Ann Bennett; 
8Apr70; DP7274 . 

TO WARSAW, by James Salter. "53 1. - 
A screenplay. © James Salter; 
4Feb70; DU76276. 

A TOAST TO LOVE, by Ruth M. Black (Ruth 
M. Black Knepp) 20 1. A musical com- 
edy in 2 acts. © Ruth M. Knepp; 
26Feb70; DU76442. 

TOBY, THE TALKING TURTLE, a children's 
play by John 8c Jan (Janet T. ) Hepler. 
28 1. Four scenes. © John & Jan Hep- 
ler; 23Mar70; DU76687. 

TODAY; screenplay by Roger Ewing. 71 1. 
© Roger Ewing; l8Mar70; DU7663I. 

TODAY'S PROPHET, by Joseph G. Heard. 
26 1. Appl. author: Christian Science 
Board of Directors, employer for hire. 
Appl. ti.: A lecture on Christian 
Science. © Christian Science Board 
of Directors; 9Mar70; C22933. 

TOM CLOWNERY. See 
FANTOCHE. 

TOM SAWYER, a musical comedy in two acts 
by Eric Burns. 91 1. Book 8: lyrics 
only. © Eric Burns; l8Dec69; DU76052. 

TOM SAWYER. See 

THE MUSICAL ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER, 
THE GLORIOUS WHITEWASHER. 

TOM SAWYER, AMERICAN BOY, a. new musical 
presentation with songs by Mary Kay 
Strasek & dialogue adapted from the 
story by S. Clemens. Merry Sunshine 
Music. 37 p. © Merry Sunshine Music, 
solely owned by Mary Kay Strasek; 
lDec69; DP7354. 



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TOM THUMB. See 

FAMOUS CHILDREN'S STORIES. 

TOMORROW HAS BEEN HERE AND GONE; by 
Thurman W. Stanback. 61 1. A play 
in three acts. © Thurman W. Stanback; 
12Mar70; DU76589. 

TOMORROW OUR CHILDREN, by Franc ine Nay- 
lor 122 1. A play. © Franc lne Nay- 
lorj 8jun70; DU77368. 

TOMORROW, WITH LOVE. See 
MAGERSFONTEIN. 

TOO MANY C.H.U.M.P. 'S. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 4. 

TOPOGRAPHY OF A NUDE. See 

AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THREE PLAYS 
BY JORGE DIAS; REQUIEM FOR A SUN- 
FLOWER; THE SHIP IN THE BOTTLE; AND 
TOPOGRAPHY OF A NUDE. 

TORTUE NOMMEE DOSTOIEVSKY. See 
THEATRE VI. 

TOTENKOPF-SS, by Frank W. Rollow (Eric 
Wolfgang Kolter, pseud.) 120 L. 
A play in 3 acts. © Frank W. Rollow; 
25Feb70; DU76435- 

TOUCH, a comedy in one act by Gareth 
Mann Sitz. 17 1. © Gareth Mann 
Sitz; 3Dec69; DU76151. 

TOUCH AND GOi A new screen comedy by 
Norman Thaddeus Vane. 119 1. © Nor- 
man T. Vane; 30Dgc69; DU76042. 

TOUCH KISS, by Maxine Klein. 1 v. ■ 
A musical screenplay. Book & lyrics 
only. © Maxine Kline; 2Jul70; 
DU77512- 

A TOUCH OF MADNESS, by Joan Hubbard. 
44 1. A play in 3 acts. © Joan 
Hubbard; 29Dec69; DU76409. 

A TOUGH GIG - DIRTYMOUTH, by Herbert 
Altman. 82 1. Screenplay. © Superi- 
or Film Corp.; 15Jun70; DU77414. 

TOURTAPES. See 

MIDTOWN MANHATTAN. 

TOWARD FREEDOM, See 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
Record 4. 

THE TOWER: A STORY OF JAPAN. A film 
by Milton Moses Ginsberg. 120 1. 
© Milton Moses Ginsberg; 3Feb70; 
DU76249. 

A TOWN CALLED BASTARD, by Richard 
Aubrey. 117 1. A screenplay. 
© Benmar Productions, Ltd.; 12Jan70; 
DU76338. 

TOYS, a play in one act by Phillip 
Karnoogian. 33 1 • © Phillip E. 
Karnoogian; 27May70 ; DU77296. 

TRACE AND SAY; the consonants and their 
sounds, the consonant blends and 
their sounds, by Eileen Donnan. 

117 1. Recording script. © Eileen 
Donnan; 5Jun70; C23439- 

TRADITIONAL CHINESE PLAYS. Vol, 2; 
translated, described, annotated & 
illustrated by A. C. Scott, Longing 
for worldly pleasures (Ssu fan); Fif- 
teen strings of cash (Shih wu kuan). 
Madison, University of Wisconsin. 
153 p. © The Regents of the Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin; HDec69; DP7271- 

THE TRAGEDY OF AKHENATEN, THE HERETIC 
KING, by Don Naylor (Donald Oscar 
Naylor) 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Donald Oscar Naylor; 15Apr70; 
DU76934. 

THE TRAGEDY OF KENNEDY THE KING, a folk 
musical in two acts by Paul Holmberg. 

118 1. © Paul Holmberg; 30Apr70; 
DU77034. 



TRAGEDY, TEN MAJOR PLAYS; edited by 
Robert O'Brien & Bernard F. Dukore. 
New York, Bantam Books. 627 p. 
(Bantam world drama, RT4242) NM: 
introd. & compilation. © Bantam 
Books, Inc.; 3Mar69; A11964 6. 

TRAMONTO REGALE; opera lirica in tre 
atti di Giuseppi Bonetti; adattameto 
e musica di Giovanni Battista Cagiada; 
orchestrazione di Enrico Pessina. 
[Italy] 1 v. Libretto. Appl. states 
prev. reg. DU63149 & DU63746. 
© Giovanni Battista Cagiada; 120ct68; 
DF2033 . 

THE TRANSCONTINENTAL REDEMPTION OF BUS- 
TER C. DUNN, by John M. Snyder. 19 1. 
A play in 4 scenes. © John M. Snyder; 
23Jan70; DU76174 . 

TRANSFERS; three one-act plays by Con- 
rad Bromberg. Transfers; The rooming 
house; Doctor Galley. Dramatists 
Play Service. 64 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 240ct69, DU75674 . NM: ad- 
ditions & revisions. © Conrad Brom- 
berg; 4Jun70; DP7335 • 

THE TRANSITION FROM A PRESENTATION TO 
A CLOSE. See 

[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 
RECORDINGS] Unit 17, sides 1 & 2. 

TRANSMISSION, by Will Donnelly III 
(William G. Donnelly III) 1 v. 
3 acts. © Will Donnelly III; 
7Jan70; DP7223. 

TRANSPORTATION AND UNMARKED GRAVES: THE 
FURY OF THE BLOOD IN THE GROUND, a 
play in two parts by Joseph Baldwin. 
1 v. Book & lyrics only. © Joseph 
B. Baldwin; 2Jun70; DU77266 . 

THE TREASURE, by Pat Saums (Martha Eliz- 
abeth Saums) 37 1. A play. © Pat 
Saums; l8Feb70; DU76390. 

TREASURE ISLAND, a musical based on the 
novel by Robert Louis Stevenson; 
music by Frederick S. Roffman, book 
& lyrics by Newton Berry. 2 v. 
Ten scenes. © Newton Berry & Fred- 
erick S. Roffman; 13Jul70; DU77555- 

TREEHOUSE, an original screenplay by 
James R. Morrison. 43 1. © James R. 
Morrison; 19Jan70; DU76137. 

TREES, by Israel Horovitz. 1st draft. 
10 1. A play. © Israel Horovitz; 
4Mar70; DU76497. 

TREES & LEADER; two short plays by 
Israel Horovitz. Dramatists Play 
Service. 26 p. Appl. states Trees 
prev. reg. 4Mar70, DU76497 & Leader 
prev. reg. 4Mar70, DU76496. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Israel 
Horovitz; 28Apr70; DP7293- 

THE TRIAL AND DEATH OF SOCRATES, a play 
in two parts by John M. Bennett; based 
on the writings of Plato, Xenophon & 
Diogenes Laertius. 131 1. © John M. 
Bennett; 28Apr70; DU76972. 

TRIAL BY FIRE; the story of Joan of Arc 
by Brother Bernard Gorman. 25 1. 
A play. © Brother Bernard Gorman; 
2Feb70; DU76220. 

A TRIAL CAN BE FUN, IF YOU'RE THE 
JUDGE, a play in one act by Warren 
Kliewer. Philadelphia, Lutheran 
Church Press. 46 p. © Warren 
Kliewer; 70et69; DP7199- 
TRIAL OF GOD, a dramatization by Odie 
Anderson. 1st ed. New York, Expo- 
sition Press. 49 p. © Odie Anderson; 
25May70; Al 56658. 

TRIALS OF THE BOUNTY, by Paul J. Gier- 
lach (A. N. Arvel, pseud.) 76 1. 
A play in 14 scenes. © Paul J. Gier- 
lach; 24Feb70; DU76427. 



TRIBUTE TO APOLLO, by Everett McKlnley 
Dirksen. 1 1. NM: addition. 
© Chappell & Co., Inc.; 2tNov69; 
C22661. 

TRICK OR TREAT, by Linda Schwartz. 7 1. 
A play. © Linda Schwartz; 20May70; 
DU77234. 

A TRICK TO END ALL; twice a one-act 
play by James Damlco. 10 1. © James 
Damico; HMay70; DU77130. 

TRICKS (A comedy of being in a fecundat- 
ing matrix) By Hal Lindahl (Harold 
Earl Lindahl) 72 1. © Harold Earl 
Lindahl; l6Dec69; DU76032. 

TRIGONOMETRIC AND POLAR FORMS OF CO!'.: 
NUMBERS. 5 1. Tape script. Appl. 
author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt . San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 13Apr70; C231-1- 

TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS. 12 1. Tape 
script. Appl. author: Mt . San Jacir.'.o 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; C23160. 

TRIGONOMETRIC IDENTITIES. 13 1. Tape 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
13Apr70; 023142. 

A TRILOGY OF CONFRONTATION, by Birger 
Kaurin. 1 v. Three plays. Contents: 
Oh, sweet imperfection. — But, Daddy! — 
Up against the wall, motherfuckers: 
© Birger Kaurin; 31Mar70; DU76746. 

TRIPLE-PLAY, a group of three one act 
plays by Sam J. Martinez. 1 v. 
Contents: Perfect mates for perfect 
dates. — The day the TV broke down. — 
For heaven's sake. NM: dramatization 
& 2 new plays. © Sam J. Martinez; 
30Dec69; DU76124. 
THE TRIPLE STANDARD, a play in 3 acts 
by Philip Herman Knobel. 1 v. 
© Philip Herman Knobel; lMay70; 
DU77049. 
TRIPPING OUT: DRUG EDUCATION, by John 
Burt (Johnny Joseph Burt, Jr.) 23 1. 
© John J. Burt, Jr.; 22May70; C23270. 

THE TROJAN WOMEN, by Euripides; trans- 
lated by Henry A. Strater. 1 v. 
A play. © Henry A. Strater; 24Jun70; 
DU77530. 

EL TRONCO DE MARIDO; serie de televi- 
sion, autor: Antonio Suarez Santos. 
1 v. © Antonio Suarez Santos; 
9Jun69; DU76721. 

TROTSKY, ETC; piece en trois parties 
par Rene Kalisky. [Paris] Gallimard. 
l6l p. (Le Manteau d'Arlequin) 
© Editions Gallimard; 30Sep6"9; 
DFO-1726. 
THE TROUBLE IN TOWN; original screenplay 
by Aubrey Wisberg. 139 1. © Aubrey 
Wi„berg; 27Jan70; DU76198. 

THE TROUBLE WITH MEN, IS WOMEN, a three 
act farce by Michelle King, pseud, of 
D. Vernon Davis. 1 v. © D. Vernon 
Davis; 10Apr7.0; DU76870. 

TROUBLES, ITALIAN STYLE, by Pat Power 
Cacciotti. 64 1. A screenplay. 
© Pat Power Cacciotti; 17Mar70; 
DU76629. 



THE TRUE MEANING OF THE FLAG. See 
OLD GLORY. 

A TRULY HAPPY MARRIAGE, by Paul Kalina. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Paul 
Kalina; 19Jun70; DU77451. 



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TRUTH, by Marjorie S. Coates. Sheet. 
© Marjorie S. Coates; Uun70; C23268. 

TRUTH (OF THE MATTER) See 
FOUR PLAYS BY PASQUALE. 

TRY ME, by Robert McCrackin & Richard 
Sturman. Sheet. © McCrackin- 
Stunnan Ford, Inc.; 29Jun70; C23514. 

THE TUMBLER, a play in one scene by 
Kenneth Mondshein. 20 1 . © Kenneth 
Mondshein; 29Apr70; DU77032. 

THE TUMULT AND THE SHOUTING, a play in 
two acts by Thomas D. Pawley. 1 v. 
© Thomas D. Pawley; 26jan70; DU7619I. 

TURN ON; written by Bob Curlee (Robert 
C. Curlee, Jr.), music by Ken Flowers. 
16 p. Book & lyrics only. © Bob 
Curlee; 30Dec69; DP7244 . 

TURN ON, WORLD. See 
EVERYONE HAS ONE. 

TWANGER! An adult musical fairy tale 
by Ronnie Britton. 34 1. A play 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Ronnie Britton; 19May70; DU77192- 

THE TWELFTH HOUR, a new play by Sylvia 
Regan (Sylvia Regan Ellstein) 99 1. 
© Sylvia Regan Ellstein; l4May70; 
DU77181. 

TWELFTH NIGHT, by William Shakespeare; 
edited by T. H. Howard-Hill. Dubuque, 
W. C. Brown Co. 65 p. (The Black- 
friars Shakespeare) Five acts. 
© Wm. C. Brown Co., Publishers; 
17Dec69; A126816. 

TWELFTH NIGHT. See 
LOVE AND LET LOVE. 

TWELFTH NIGHT; OR, WHAT YOU WILL. See 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 1. 

TWELVE GREAT PLAYS; edited by Leonard F. 
Dean. New York, Harcourt, Brace & 
World. 789 p. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Harcourt, Brace & World, 
Inc.; 24Mar70; Al494l8. 

THE TWELVE HOUR ONE WAY DAY, an original 
screenplay by Jerry N. Evans. 1 v. 
© Jerry Norman Evans; 13Feb70; 
DU76336. 

1203 INSCRIBER TRAINING PROGRAM AT NEW 
ENGLAND MERCHANTS. 1 v. A script. 
Appl. author: New England Merchants 
National Bank of Boston. © New Eng- 
land Merchants National Bank of Bos- 
ton; l4May70; C23248. 

12:30 KWBE NEWS ITEM, CONGRESSMAN 
DENNY. See 
CONGRESSMAN DENNEY. 

THE 12:21 DOESN'T RUN ON SUNDAYS, a play 
in one act by Harry H. Stanley. 39 1. 
© Harry Hans Stanley; 19Jan70; 
DU76113. 

20TH CENTURY-FOX WORLD CUP GRAND PRIX 
SERIES, presentation prepared for 
oral delivery by Harvey Sachs. 20 1. 
Appl. ti.: World cup grand prix 
series. © Omnia Camera, Inc.; 
l8May70; C23250. 

TWENTIETH CENTURY FRENCH DRAMA; ed. by 
Germaine Bree & Alexander Y. Kroff . 
[New York] Macmillan. 732 p. French. 
NM: pref . , introd., compilation & ad- 
ditions. © Macmillan Co.; HAug69; 
A146431. 

TWENTY GEESE TO MAKE A FLOCK, a play in 
two acts by Marvin Alyn Brodsky. 1 v. 
© Marvin Alyn Brodsky; l6jan70; 
DU76115 . 
TWO BEAUTIFUL COMFORTER COVERS, a New 
York City play in four acts by Esther 
Horenstein Mittenthal . Rev. 35 1- 
Appl. states prev. reg. 310ct68, 
C2I256 . © Esther Horenstein Mitten- 
thal; 6Mar70; DU76517. 



TWO DAYS WITH SANTA. See 

SANTA'S VILLAGE AND JOURNEY. 

TWO GUYS ON FORTY -SECOND STREET, an 
original screenplay by Nathan Dinnes. 
42 1. © Nathan Dinnes; 10Apr70; 
DU76864 . 

TWO IN A SHOE; pilot script by Donald R. 
Boyle. 37 1. A screenplay. © Donald 
R. Boyle; 26Feb70; DU76447. 

TWO IN A SHOE. See 
VICKY AND ME. 

TWO MEN, TWO WOMEN, an original screen- 
play by Nicholas Cosentino. 60 1. 
© Nicholas Cosentino; 30Apr70; 
DU77038. 

TWO PHILOSOPHERS. See 

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF JOHN JAY 
CHAPMAN . 

THE TWO PRINCESSES, a musical fable by 
Leila R. Hogg. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Leila R. Hogg; 19Jan70; DU76136. 

TWO TICKETS TO CLASS; recording script 
for Pontiac Motor Division. 14 1. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 24jun70; C23508. 

TWO'S A CROWD, a comedy by Willard 
Simms. Dramatists Play Service. 
23 p. © Willard Simms; Uul70; 
DP7358. 

TYPE FACTORING. 12 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a. a. d.o. Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 7Apr70; 
C 233 17- 

TYPE FACTORING. 13 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a. a. d.o. Mt . San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 13Apr70; 
C23171. 

TYPES OF DRAWINGS. See 

UNDERSTANDING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS: 
PRINT READING. Program 3. 

TYPING OF MATHEMATICAL AND CHEMICAL 
PROBLEMS. See 
TECHNICAL TYPEWRITING. Lesson 1. 

TYPING THE TECHNICAL MANUSCRIPT. See 
TECHNICAL TYPEWRITING. Lesson 4. 

TYRANNOSAURUS REX, by Dina Alkalay, Da- 
vid Alkalay, Barbara Miller & Peter 
Miller. 1 v. A screenplay. © Peter 
Miller & David Alkalay; 13Mar70; 
DU76603. 

TZVIA, by Barbara Franco. 13 1. A 
play in 2 acts. © Barbara Franco; 
2Jan70; DU76018. 



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U.S. POLICY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. See 
FIRING LINE. 51. 

U-SHAKA, a play in three acts by 
Lawrence L. Smallwood, Jr. 1 v. 
© Lawrence L. Smallwood, Jr.; 
12Jun70; DU77557- 

ULALUME, an entertainment based on the 
life and writings of Edgar Allan Poe, 
by Geddeth Smith. 32 1. © Geddeth 
Smith; 24Apr70; DU76986. 

UNA DELLE ULTIME SERE DI CARNOVALE. 
See 

EINER DER LETZTEN KARNEVALSABENDE . 

UNCLE REMUS TALES. See 
BRIAR PATCH. 

UNCLE SAM WANTS YOU, a one-act play by 
Raymond Carlson. 31 1- © Raymond 
Carlson; 20Mar70; DU76674 . 



UNCLE SAM'S PLACE, by R. W. Packer. 
6 1. ©.Robert W. Packer; 8Apr70; 
C23075 • 

UNCLE VANYA, by Anton Chekhov; trans- 
lated & adapted by Jim Cavanaugh 
(James T. Cavanaugh) 1 v. Two acts. 
© James T. Cavanaugh; lApr70; DP7351. 

UNDER MACDOUGAL, a play in two acts by 
James Prideaux. 1 v. © James Pri- 
deaux; 27Apr70; DU77011. 

UNDERSTANDING DYNAMICS. See 
THE ART OF ENSEMBLE PLAYING. 
Program 2. 

UNDERSTANDING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS; 
series of television scripts. (VTR 
series) Appl. author: General Elec- 
tric Co., Armament Dept. © General 
Electric Co., Armament Dept. 
Program 

1-10. © 24jun70; C23464-23465 , 
23463-23456. 

UNDERSTANDING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS: 
PRINT READING. Series of television 
scripts. (VTR series) Appl. author: 
General Electric Co., Armament Dept. 
© General Electric Co., Armament Dept. 
Program 

1. Projections. © 24Jun70; C23455 . 

2. Sections. © 24Jun70; C23454 . 

3. Types of drawings. © 24Jun70; 

C23453 ■ 
4. Drawing symbols and notes. 
© 24Jun70; C23452. 

UNDERSTANDING RHYTHM AND PHRASING. See 
THE ART OF ENSEMBLE PLAYING. 
Program 3. 

UNDERSTANDING TEMPO AND ENSEMBLE 
VALUES. See 

THE ART OF ENSEMBLE PLAYING. 
Program 1. 

AN UNFINISHED, IMPULSIVELY WRITTEN AND 
NON- EDITED SPEECH BY A LENGTHILY MIS- 
IDENTIFIED AMERICAN CITIZEN, by Cana- 
dia Collins. 8 1. © Canadia Collins; 
22Jan70; C22556. 

UNHAPPY WARRIOR. See 
DAN FODIO. 

THE UNION IN MODERN SOCIETY. See 
FIRING LINE. 74. 

THE UNIVERSE IS A BOOK WRITTEN BY GOD, 
by Margaret Underwood. 2 1. A lec- 
ture. © Margaret Underwood; 30Dec69; 
C22497. 

UNPUBLISHED SALES LECTURE. Sheet. 
Appl. author: Allstate Electronics 
Co., Inc. © Allstate Electronics 
Co., Inc.; 28May70; C23309. 

UNREST ON THE CAMPUS. See 
FIRING LINE. 20. 

UNTO THEE A GARDEN; compiled from the 
writings of the ancient Egyptians by 
Jenny Egan, pseud, of Ann McGenigle. 
14 1. A play in 5 scenes. © Jenny 
Egan; 2OApr70; DU77261. 

UP AGAINST THE WALL, MOTHERFUCKERS. 
A TRILOGY OF CONFRONTATION. 

UP FROM BENGHAZI, by Arlys M. Nissen. 
52 1. A play in 2 acts. © Arlys 
Marie Nissen; 24Apr70; DU76990. 

UP IN SMOKE, a pessimistic farce by Rob- 
ert K. Smith. 37 1. © Robert K. 
Smith; 20Apr70; DU76955 . 

UP IN THE BRANCHES, by Hilda R. Berger 
(Mrs. W. M. Berger) 9 1. © Hilda 
R. Berger; 26Feb70; C22825. 

UPDOE, NADA, AND ALL THE GANG, a play 
in three acts by Charles Love. 103 1. 
© Charles Love; 6jan70; DU76067. 

UPPITY ALBERT MCGUIRE, by Steve Adams 
(Steven George Adams) 5 1. A play. 
© Steve Adams; 4 Jun70 ; DU77282 . 



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URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS. 15 1. 
Dialog. Appl. author: Upjohn Co. 
© Upjohn Co ; 25Feb70; C22821 . 

THE USES OF ANIMALS. See 
FIRING LINE. 129. 

USING A LOGARITHMIC SLIDE RULE FOR 
ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION, by Walter 
Gross. 13 1. ©Walter Gross; 
21Jan70; C22908. 



VIETNAM. See 
FIRING LINE. 



65. 



V 



V, a play in one scene by Ted Tally 
(William Theodore Tally) 9 1. 
£ William Theodore Tally; 29Dec69; 
DU76054 . 

VTR SERIES. See 

UNDERSTANDING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS. 
UNDERSTANDING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS: 
PRINT READING. 

VAISSEAU AMIRAL. See 
THEATRE. 

THE VALENTINE & GIFT OF MAGI. See 
VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE. 

THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW, a drama in 
four acts by Walter Ma lone . 1 v. 
© Alba R. Malone; 27Jan70; DU76245. 

VAMPIRE, VAMPIRE, an original story & 
screenplay by David Lane Smith. 
167 1. © David Lane Smith; 25Jun70; 
DU77507. 

THE VANISHING HORIZONS, by Wiley F. 
Hance & Earl Barnes. 1 v. A screen- 
play. © Wiley F. Hance & Earl Barnes; 
30Jan70; DU76236. 

VARIATIONS. 1 v. Tape script. Appl. 
author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a a d o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 13Apr70; C2J137 . 

VASHON, a fantasy in three acts by 
Fred Schlick & E. 0. Pearson. 33 1- 
Book & lyrics only. © Fred Schlick; 
23Jan70; A122502. 

THE VASHON ISLAND PROJECT, a play in 
two acts by Fred Schlick. Vashon, 
Wash., F. Schlick Pub. Co. JO 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Fred Schlick; 
25Feb70; DP7296- 

VENUS ET ADONIS, by Margery Carleson 
Engh. 3 1. © Margery Carleson 
Engh; 2Dec68; A134488. 

THE VERY BEGINNING, by Howard Brooks. 
1 v. A musical in 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 29Nov67 & 29Dec6g, 
DU7C410. NM: additions. ©Howard 
Brooks; 10ct69; DU76098. 

VI MORDERE. See 
WE MURDERERS. 

VIBRATIONS, a play in two acts, mystery- 
comedy, by Don Kisinger (Donald 
Francis Kisinger) & Brad Kopp (Edward 
Bradley Kopp) 62 1. © Don Kisinger 
& Brad Kopp; 5Jan70; DU7606O. 

VICKY AND ME, a new half-hour comedy 
by Donald R. Boyle. 2d draft. 39 1- 
A screenplay. Appl. states prey. reg. 
as Two in a shoe, 26Feb70, DU76447 . 
NM: additions & revisions. © Donald 
R. Boyle; 9Apr70; DU76857 ■ 

A VICTIM OF THE SILENCE, by Benjamin 
Bradford. 34 1. A play. © Benjamin 
Bradford; 27Mar70; DU76722- 

VICTORY; opera in 3 acts by Richard 
Rodney Bennett; libretto by Beverley 
Cross. London, Universal Edition. 
247 p Based on the novel by Joseph 
Conrad. © Universal Edition (London) 
Ltd.; 3Uan70; DFO-1744. 



VIETNAM AND THE G.O.P. See 
FIRING LINE. 70. 

VIETNAM PROTESTS. See 
FIRING LINE. 60. 

VIETNAM - WHAT NEXT. See 
FIRING LINE. 11. 

THE VIGILANTES: THE END AND THE BEGIN- 
NING, an original story & teleplay by 
Bruce Fishkin. Final shooting script, 
Oct. 9, 1969. 15 1. © Bruce Fishkin; 
24Dec69; DU76048. 

THE VINEYARD AND THE VINTAGE, by Shirley 
Duff in. lv. A play in 3 acts. 
© Shirley Gregory Duffin; 8jun70; 
DU77572. 

THE VIOLIN BANDIT, a farcical Western 
written by L. Stockham. 96 1. 

A screenplay. © Linda J. Stockham; 
lApr70; DU76760. 

THE VIRGIN VILLAINS, a screenplay by 
Dodd Peterson, pseud, of Ray Pender- 
grass. 83 1. © Ray Pendergrass; 
4May70; DU77050. 

VIRGINIA BEACH, by Stephen Grecco. 
108 1. A play in 2 acts. © Stephen 
Richard Grecco; 24Feb70; DU76423. 

VIRGO AT WORK; written by Jacques 
Wilson. 11.© Almo Music Corp.; 
19Jan70; C22585. 

VIRGO NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS ! Written 
by Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22589- 

VIRGO PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS; written 
by Jacques Wilson. 1 1. © Almo 
Music Corp.; 19Jan70; C22587. 

VIRGO WHERE WAS YOUR MOON? Written by 
Jacques Wilson. 2 1. © Almo Music 
Corp.; 19Jan70; C22588. 

VIRTUE GOETH BEFORE A FALL. See 
POLLY. 

VISIT TO TERRESTRA NO. 2. See 
THE GRANDFATHER PARADOX. 

VISIT TO THE STADIUM. See 

THE ADVENTURES OF CINDY FITZHUGH. 

THE VISITORS, by Eileen Hallet. 32 1. 
A play. © Eileen Hallet; 8May70; 
DU77109. 

VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE, produced 
by Joshua Tree Productions, Inc. 
10 v. Filmstrip scripts. Appl. au- 
thor: Educreative Systems, Inc. Con- 
tents: 51401—51410: The valentine & 
Gift of Magi. — Ah love, ah me. — Four 
moods of love,' To be in love, Barbara 
Allen, When I was one and twenty & She 
walks in beauty. — The knives. — Epicac. 
— A father & The prodigal son. — The 
revolt of Mother. — The contest & Some- 
body's son. — Black boy. — My pioneer 
parents. © Look/Listen & Learn, Inc.; 
9Jan70; C22563. 

VISUAL PERCEPTION. See 
GATEWAY TO GOOD READING. 

VIVE LES FEMMES, by Eric Ollivier, 
pseud, of Yves Eric Du Pare. 40 1. 
A play. © Eric Ollivier; 27Apr70; 
DU76998. 

VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE CENTERS PROGRAM AND 
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 17 1. Appl. 
author: Vocational Guidance Centers. 
© Vocational Guidance Centers; lMay70; 
C23274 . 

A VOICE LESSON WITH VICTOR DRILEA 

(Speaking, singing) By Victor Drilea. 
1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 7Feb67, 



C19242 & others. NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Victor Drilea; 19Jan70; 
C22529. 

VOICES, a trilogy of morality plays by 
D. Bruce Carter. 1 v. © D. Bruce 
Carter; 6Mar70; DU76519. 

VOLPONE, by Ben Jonson; edited with an 
introd. by Louis B. Wright & Virginia 
A. LaMar. New York, Washington Square 
Press. 160 p. Five acts. NM: 
introd k notes. © Simon oc Schuster, 
Inc.; 5Apr70; A151476. 

VOLTIGE . See 
THEATRE III. 

VORSPIEL (A way of life) A musical 
pageant by Frederick Robinson; Conrad 
Beisel, composer of music; Russell 
Getz, arranger. 2 v. Five scenes. 
Text in English & lyrics in German. 
© Frederick H. Robinson; l6Apr70; 
DU76946. 

VOWEL ENRICHMENT. See 

THE IDEAL READING SERIES. 

VOYAGE TO THE MOON; transcript by Ham- 
mond, Inc. 10 1. © on narration; 
Hammond, Inc.; l8May70; C23269. 



w 



W.A.R., by Stephen Friedlana. Sheet. 
© Jingle House Music Corp.; 30Mar70; 
C23036. 

W. C.j a new musical comedy based on the 
life of W. C. Fields; book, lyrics & 
music by Gary A. S. Crowell. 86 1. 
Two acts. Book & lyrics only. S In- 
vestment Enterprises & Gary A. S. Crc- 
well; 4Mar70; DU76504. 

W.H.E.N., a play in three acts by Elyse 
Nass. 1 v. © Elyse Nass; 22May70; 
DU77260. 

THE WACKY WITCH/KOOKY KATZ SHOW, by 
James L. Limbacher. No. 1-8. 9 v. 
Eight television scripts. S James 
L. Limbacher; 6Apr70; DU77017- 

THE WADDLEFURKUS, by Steve Handlin. 
27 1. A play in 1 act. © Steve 
Handlin; 9Feb70; DU763II. 



WAHJU PURBA SEDJATI. 
ON THRONES OF GOLD. 



See 



WAITING, a motion picture by Paul 

Bernard Ross. 13 1. Shooting script. 
© Paul Bernard Ross; l4Apr70; 
DU76886. 

WAITING FOR THE RAIN, a play in one act 
by William Courshon. 13 1. © William 
Lewis Courshon; 23Mar70; DU76701. 

WAKE UP, DAD'. By Helen Trenwith 

(Helen Trenwith Wiebe) 51 1- A play 
in 3 acts. © Helen Trenwith Wiebe; 
25Jun70; DU775?6. 

WALDEN (AN EXPERIMENT) A screenplay 
by Monte Ghertler; based on the 
writings of Thoreau. 1 v. 
© Monte Ghertler; 20Feb70; DU76404. 

WALK INTO THE WIND, by Karen Malouf . 
76 1. A play in 2 acts. © Karen 
Lee Malouf; 29Dec69; DU76125- 

WALL OF SEPARATION. See 

RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES. 

WALL OF SHAME, by Frederick R. Balsley, 
Sr. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Frederick Roger Baisley, Sr.; 
2Mar70; DU76470. 



WALL OF SILENCE, a half-hour television 
play by Eileen D. Obser. 24 1. 
© Eileen D. Obser; 2Apr70; DU7679 1 * . 



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59 



WALL OF SILENCE, a one-act play by 

Eileen D. Obser. JO 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 2Apr70, DU76794 ■ NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Eileen D. Obser; 
15Jun70; DU77416. 

WALL STREET ON THE HUDSON, a treatise 
for the s±age in four acts and pro- 
logue; or, A play without guts and 
blood. By Vicki and Max Tamir. New 
York, Opus Pub. Co. 151 p. © Vicki 
Tamir & Max Tamir; l8jun70; A159806. 

THE WALL WITH A SOUL, an absurd comedy 
in one act by Peter B. Rothe (Peter 
MacBurney Rothe) 10 1. © Peter 
MacBurney Rothe; 15Jun70; DU77422. 

THE WALLACE CRUSADE. See 
FIRING LINE. 88. 

WALLS. See 
BETTY. 

WALLS OF THE GHETTO, by Tony Vozzo (An- 
thony Vozzo) 1 v. A play in 15 
scenes. © Anthony Vozzo; lMay70; 
DU77"*70. 

WANAMAKER, an original screenplay by 
Jerry N. Evans. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 13Feb70, DU76336. NM: 
additions & revisions. Jerry 
Norman Evans; 23Apr70; DU76979. 

THE WANDERER, a play for television by 
Barbara Ahrens Krominsky. 1 v. Three 
acts. © Barbara Ahrens Krominsky; 
I4jan70; DU76099. 

THE WANDERER, by Peter Weber. 136 1. 
A play. © Peter Weber; 6Mar70; 
DU76514 • 

A WANDERER CAME, a play in 3 acts by 
John N. Marino. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. Oct. 1965, DU64290. 
© John N. Marino; 19Jun70; DU77448. 

WANDERING. See 
THE SAND CASTLE. 

WANTED BY THE F.B.I. ; original story 
& screenplay by W. M. Neal . 30 1. 
© W. M. Neal; 25May70; DU77269- 

WANTING, a play in one scene by George 
Bemberg. 39 1- © George Bemberg; 
29Jun70; DU77563- 

WAPASA, YOUR PEOPLE REMEMBER YOU, a dra- 
matico-musical composition; dramatiza- 
tion by Ruth Beebe Hill, music by 
Chunksa Yuha (L. George Blacksmith) 
2 v. Five acts. © Ruth Beebe Hill 
& L. George Blacksmith; l8Mar70; 
DU76638. 

WAR CRIMES. See 
FIRING LINE. 76. 

WARDEN'S CIRCUS," written by Armand P. 
Schaubroeck. 2 1. © Kack Klick, 
Inc.; 23Mar70; C22978. 

THE WARREN COMMISSION. See 
FIRING LINE. 39. 

THE WARREN REPORT, FACT OR FICTION. See 
FIRING LINE. 39. 

WAS GOLDWATER A MISTAKE. See 
FIRING LINE. 8l. 

WASH DAY; play in one act by Jon Cloud 
van Leuven. 27 1. © Jon C. van 
Leuven; l6Jun70; DU77426. 

WASHINGTON IRVING, THE GENTLEMAN FROM 
SLEEPY HOLLOW, by Laurens P. Moore. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Laurens 
P. Moore; l6Mar70; DU76877. 

THE WASHINGTON PRESS. See 
FIRING LINE. 109. 

WASHINGTON SHALL HANG, by Robert Wallace 
Russell. 132 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Robert Wallace Russell; HMay70; 
DU77122. 



WATCH YOUR WATCH, by David Allan Whynn, 
pseud, of David Allan Lockard; music 
by William B. Lockard. 25 1- A 
play in 13 scenes. Book & lyrics 
only. © David Allan Lockard; 
28Apr70; DU77021 . 

THE WATCHERS, a play in two acts by 
Thomas W. Stephens. 71 1. 
© Thomas W. Stephens; 25Jun70; 
DU77553. 

WATER. See 

OUR COMMUNITY UTILITIES. 

WATERCOLOR, by Philip Magdalany. 12 1. 
A play. © Philip Magdalany; 2Jan70; 
DU76020. 

WATERCOLOR. See 

CRISS-CROSSING AND WATERCOLOR. 

THE WATERING PLACE, by Lyle Kessler. 

New York, Random House. 112 p. 

Three acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 

7Mar68, DU70973. © Lyle Kessler; 

26Sep69; DP7312- 
WAY OF LIFE. See 

VORSPIEL. 



WAY TO GO. 
LOVE. 



See 



WE CAN CHANGE OUR WORLD. See 
PODEMOS CAMBIAR NUESTRO MUNDO. 

WE HAVE A REVOLUTION IN THE BALCONY, 
DOCTOR'. A two-act comedy by Morton 
Rothberger. 68 1. © Morton Roth- 
berger; 23Jun70; DU77498. 

WE MURDERERS (vi mordere) A play in 
three acts by Gudmundur Kamban; trans- 
lated from the Danish by Einar Haugen, 
with an introd. by D. E. Askey. Madi- 
son, Wis., University of Wisconsin 
Press. 74 p. (Nordic translation 
series) Appl. author: Regents of the 
University of Wisconsin, employer for 
hire. © Regents of the University of 
Wisconsin; 13Jan70; DP7318. 

WE NEVER NEVER LAND IN NEVER NEVER LAND 
. . . UNTIL WE'RE ALL WAYS IN THE TITLE, 
SEE? Or, Never, never ... always, 
always. By Rick Obalach (Frederic 
C. Opalach) 69 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Frederic C. 
Opalach; 2Jun70; DU77281 . 

WE WHO ARE ABOUT TO DIE, by D. Dong. 
59 1. A play. © Donald D. Dong; 
23Mar70; DU76695 . 

WEASEL EVERYMAN, an original screenplay 
by Gary Judin and Michael Preminger. 
87 1. © Michael Preminger & Gary Ju- 
din; 15Jan70; DU76101. 

WEATHER OR NOT. See 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. Episode 
no. 33. 

THE WEB AND THE ROCK, a play by Dolores 
Sutton. 1 v. Two acts. Based on 
the novel of the same title by Thomas 
Wolfe. © Dolores Sutton & Paul Git- 
lin, Adm. c.t.a. of Thomas Wolfe's 
Estate; l8May70; DU77H4. 

WEBSTER'S DEFINITION NO. 19 FOR ROUND, a 
one act play by Bruce A. Mackie III. 
8 1. © Bruce A. Mackie III; 23Jan70; 
DU76176. 

WEDDING MASS, a one act play by John F. 
Shevlin. 19 1. © John F. Shevlin; 
26jan70; DU76l80. 

A WEDDING REHEARSAL, a drama in 3 acts 
by Madge Ritter. 59 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 13Jun69, DU74552. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Madge 
Ritter; 8Apr70; DU76846. 

THE WEIGHT, a play by David Daniel 
Bellantonio. 29 1. © David Daniel 
Bellantonio; 3Mar70; DU76480. 



WELCOME TO THE FUNERAL OF ONE OF US, a 

Slay for voices by Noel T. Coughlin. 
51. © Noel T. Coughlin; 29Apr70; 
DU77031. 

WELCOME TO THE HOOVER DAM AND LAKE MEAD 
TOUR, by William R. McFee. 1 v. 
Script. Appl. ti.: Hoover Dam, Lake 
Mead tour. © William Robert McFee; 
3OMar70; C22950. 

WE'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER; radio program 
script by Samuel Klein. 2 sheets. 
© Samuel Klein; 10Feb70; C22681. 

THE WELSH IN AMERICA. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

WE'RE CHECKING OUT ON FRIDAY, by Fred 
H. Arthur. 2 sheets. © Fred Arthur; 
20Apr70; C23184. 

WERE YOU THERE? By Ann Leventhal. 
122 1. A play in 3 acts. © Ann 
Leventhal; l8jun70; DU77389. 

WEST GERMANY, PROSPEROUS, BUSY, ENER- 
GETIC . See 
EUROPE UNLIMITED SERIES. 

THE WHAD'YA KNOW SHOW, by Dorothy 
Morrison. Spring 1970. 10 v. 
Recording scripts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 20Nov68, 21132 & 9May69 . 
NM: additions . © Dorothy Morrison; 
25Feb70; C22815 . 

WHAT! A BIRTHDAY? By Isabel Rotkin & 
Alice A. Walker. 1 v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. © Isabel Rotkin & Alice A. 
Walker; l8Mar70; DU76583. 

WHAT A FUNNY NAME FOR SUCH NICE THINGS. 
See 
LIKE-LIKE SERVICE. 

WHAT BECAME OF THE TWO CARICATURES WHO 
BUMBLED INTO MACY'S. See 
EURYNOMOUS . 

WHAT CHOICE DO YOU HAVE. See 
QUEL CHOIX S'OFFRE A VOUS. 

WHAT IS HAPPENING AT NEWPLACE? By Hal 
Lindahl (Harold Earl Lindahl) 18 1. 
Screenplay. © Harold E. Lindahl; 
12Jun70; DU77382. 

WHAT KEEPS A MAN ALIVE, a drama spoken 
in rhythm by Joanne Spiller. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Joanne Spiller; 
24Feb70; DU76424. 

WHAT MAKES A PONTIAC, A PONTIAC ! 
Recording script for Pontiac Motor 
Division. 13 1. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Organization. © Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
24jun70; C23505. 

WHAT TIME IS IT? or, The Hindu rope 
trick explained . A review for 3 
persons & magnetic tape by George 
Thompson. 1 v. Three acts. 
© George W. Thompson; 8May70; DU77068. 

WHAT TO DO WHILE WAITING FOR THE AXE TO 
FALL. See 
HOOT GIBSON IN THE YEAR 2000. 

WHAT TO DO WITH THE AMERICAN TEENAGER. 
See 
FIRING LINE. 36. 

WHAT WILL THE NEIGHBORS SAY? For nar- 
rator, dance-pantomime & orchestra 
by Seymour Barab . New York, Boosey & 
Hawkes. 20 p. (Tales of rhyme and 
reason) Vocal score. © Boosey & 
Hawkes, Inc.; lApr70; DP7275- 

WHAT YOU WILL. See 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 1. 

WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO PINKY LEE? An 
adult fairy tale by W. P. McLennon. 
38 1. A play in 2 acts. © W. P. 
McLennon; 23Mar70; DU76696. 



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Jan.-June 



WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE REVOLUTION, 
DADDY? A new play by William Dorsey 
Blake. 81 p. One act. © William 
Dorsey Blake; 6Feb70; DU76294. 

WHATEVER HAPPENS IS GONNA HAPPEN IF IT 
HASN'T HAPPENED ALREADY UNLESS IT'S 
GONNA HAPPEN AGAIN: TO EXPIRE SOLICIT- 
OUSLY, by Barry Litvack. 19 1. 
A play in 6 scenes. © Barry Litvack; 
31Mar70; DU76749. 

WHATEVER YOU TRULY NEED. See 
GIRL. 

WHAT'S BEAUTIFUL ALSO DIES; screenplay 
by Leo B. Rochon & Ian Singer. 
71 1. © Leo Bertran Rochon & Ian 
Singer; 27Feb70; DU76461. 

WHEN, a feature film shooting script 
by Jack T. Ohia. 70 1. Based on 
a play Dad, you aren't listening, by 
the author. Appl. states prev. reg. 
lApr69, DU75950. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Jack T. Chia; 12May70; 
DU77105. 

WHEN BATS MAKE EVENSONG, a chronicle 
play of the life & times of Louis XI 
of France in three acts & twenty-one 
scenes & prologue by Sol Newman. 
174 1. © Sol Newman; 9Feb70; 
DU76283. 

WHEN SCHWARTZ MEETS GOLDSTEIN, by 
William Kushner. 23 1. A play. 
© William Kushner; 19Mar70; DU76653. 

WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS, a one act play by 
Jeffrey 0. Rath. 20 1. © Jeffrey 0. 
Rath; 26Feb70; DU76441. 

WHERE DO YOU GO TO SURRENDER? A play 
in tnree acts by Charles Wessley 
Smiley. 93 1. © Charles Wessley 
Smiley; 19Mar70; DU76654 . 

WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE? PROTEST 
IN MUSIC, a multi-media dramatic con- 
cert written by Samuel Jones. 6 1. 
Script. © Samuel Jones; 22Jun70; 
C23436. 

WHERE RAINBOW ENDS; children's stories 
on tape by Dorothy Byers Barnes . 
24 1. © Dorothy Byers Barnes; 
25Feb70; C22814 . 

WHERE THE EAGLE FEEDS, an unreasonable 
legend of Washington as a general in 
the atomic war, a new play for multi- 
media theatre in three acts by 
David Timmons . 89 1. © David Jami- 
son Timmons, Jr.; 5Jan70; DU76131. 

WHERE'S LAURIE? By R. C. Paris, pseud, 
of R. Raymond Nash. 105 1. A play 
in 3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Don't rain on my parade, 3Dec64, 
DU61802. NM: revisions. © R. Ray- 
mond Nash; l4Apr70; DU76920. 

WHICH WAY THE WIND? Music & lyrics by 
Gil Adler & Richard Fowkes, book by 
S. Michael Schnessel. 2 v. © S. Mi- 
chael Schnessel, Richard Fowkes & 
Gil Adler; 19Feb70; DU76355. 

WHISPER OF LEATHER, by Lex James. 

159 p. (Darkroom book) Three acts. 
Appl. author: Greenleaf Classics, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Greenleaf 
Classics, Inc.; UMay70; A154881. 

THE WHISTLE; original story & screen- 
play by Ralph R. Arruzza. 20 1. 
© Ralph Rocco Arruzza; 30Mar70; 
DU76736. 

WHISTLER, by J. I. Rodale. 2 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © J. I. Rodale; 6Mar70; 
DU76500. 

THE WHITE DEVIL, by John Webster, 
edited by J. R. Mulryne . Lincoln, 
Neb., University of Nebraska Press. 
158 p. (Regents Renaissance drama 



series) NM: introd., annotation & 
compilation. © University of Nebraska 
Press; 5May70 (in notice: 1969); 
A151969. 

WHITE IS THE ABSENCE OF COLOR; and/or, 
A is in the alphabet. Ey Erian Row. 
11 1. © Brian Row; 20Feb70; DP7290. 

WHITE LILACS, a drama by Massoo Gilani 
(Massood S. Gilani) 74 1. © Massood 
S. Gilani; 28Apr70; DU77022. 

WHITE MAN, dramatic composition by 
William Damon. 10 1. Three acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3Jan46, 
D952. © William Damon; 3Mar46; 
DF7235. 

THE WHITMANS; play by Janet Winick. 
4 1. © Janet Winick; l6Mar70; 
DU76656. 

WHO AM I? & WHO AM I, 2? By Ray M. 
Brock. 1 v. © Ray M. Brock; 9Jan70; 
C22511. 

WHO DID THAT? An original screenplay 
by Bob Kelljan, pseud, of Robert 
Kelljchian & Charles Bragg. 1st 
draft. 124 1. © Bob Kelljan & 
Charles Bragg; 17Apr70; DU76940. 

WHO IS XAVIER JONES? A musical spoof 
by David & Jules Lewis. 1 v. Two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © David 
S. Lewis & Jules Lewis; 10Mar70; 
DU76531. 

WHO LOSES AND WHO WINS, a play in three 
acts by Sam Segal. 140 1. © Sam 
Segal; 4Mar70; DU76493. 

WHO MURDERED FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE. 
See 
CONSCIOUS AND COMMITMENT. 

WHO WOULD EVER BELIEVE IT! An outline 
for a screenplay by Zero Mostel 
(Samuel J. Mostel) & Sol Kaplan. 
55 1. © Zero Mostel & Sol Kaplan; 
22Jun70; DU77485. 

THE WHOLE TOWN IS ALIVE TO THE MUSIC OF 
THE NIGHT. See 
SOUNDINGS. 

THE WHOLE WORLD IN OUR HANDS, by R. W. 
Packer. 7 1. © Robert W. Packer; 
8Apr70; C23073. 

WHOM THE GODS WOULD DESTROY- THEY FIRST 
MAKE MAD, by James Lionel Haldeman. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © James 
Lionel Haldeman; 3Mar70; DU76477. 

WHO'S HAPPY NOW? A comedy in three 
acts by Oliver Hailey, lyrics by Dion 
McGregor, music by Michael Barr . 
Dramatists Play Service. 1 64 p . Book 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
HDec67, DU70279. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Oliver Hailey; l8May70; 
DP7337 • 

WHO'S LAUGHING NOW? A one act comedy 
by Frank McChristian, pseud, of 
Frank J. DiCicco, Jr. 49 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 13May70, DU77168. 
NM: revisions. © Frank J. DiCicco, 
Jr.; 22Jun70; DU77491. 

WHY DO SO MANY CANADIANS HATE AMERICA. 
See 
FIRING LINE. 120. 

WHY DO WE PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE. See 
OLD GLORY. 

WHY DON'T YOU LISTEN! By Lillian H. 
Walcott. 1st ed. New York, Vantage 
Press. 69 p. Five acts. © Lillian 
Walcott; 210ct68; A12176Y. 

WHY MARRY! A comedy drama by Michael 
Kallesser. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Michael Kallesser; 4Mar70; DU76490. 

WHY THIS JUBILEE? By R. J. Spinner. 
1 v. A musical play in 3 scenes. 
© Ralph J. Spinner; 9Jan70; DU76078. 



THE WIDOW KIMSOCK SALES CLINIC, by 
Ralnsford J. Winslow. 16 1. 
© Ralnsford J. Winslow; 24Aor7 0; 

C23172. 

WIENER WALZER, ein Spiel In einem Akt 
von Otto Milo. 68 1. © Otto Mllo; 
8Dec69; DU76050. 

WILL LONG; original story 3: screenplay 
by Ben H. Goff. 30 1. Appl. ti. : 
Will Long story. © Ben H. Goff; 
4May70; DU77056. 

WILL MINNESOTANS FALL FOR THE METRO 
SYNDICATE. See 
METRO MENACES THE '70'S. 

WILL THE REAL MAE WEST? A one act play 
by David Sawn, pseud, of George C. 
Davidson. 20 1. © George C. David- 
son; 9Feb70; DU76306. 

WILL THE REAL ROBIN, PLEASE STAND UP. 
See 

BATMAN, WILL THE REAL ROBIN, PLEASE 
STAND UP. 

WILLIE BIGNIGGA, a street ritual by 
Charles F. Gordon. 6 1. © Charles 
F. Gordon; 22Jan70; DU76165. 

WILSON IN THE PROMISE LAND, by Roland 
Van Zandt. 54 1. A musical play in 

2 acts. Book 8: lyrics only. 

© Roland Van Zandt; 8Apr70; DU77225. 

THE WINDS OF CHANGE, by Jack Adler. 
1 v. A play. © Jack Adler; 
l4May70; DU77182. 

THE WINDS OF CHANGE, by Marjorie Coates. 

3 1. S Marjorie S. Coates; Uun70; 
C23265 . 

WINE IN THE WILDERNESS, a comedy-drama 
by Alice Childress. Dramatists Play 
Service. 43 p. © Alice Childress; 
2Dec69; DP7208. 

THE WINNER, an original screenplay by 
Martin Z. Smith. 116 1. © Martin Z. 
Smith; 12Mar70; DU7659I. 

WINNERS BITCH, a new play by Murray 
Spitzer. 76 1. Three acts. 
© Murray Spitzer; l8jun70; DU77441. 

WINNING STARTS WITH W; recording script 
for Oldsmobile Division, 14 1. 
Appl, author: Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 24jun70; C23491. 

WINTER, by Adrian Henri & Percy Jones. 
Sheet. © Cloud Cookoo Songs, Ltd.; 
l6Feb70; C22731. 

WINTER IN THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. See 
SOUNDINGS . 

WINTER'S END, a screenplay by John E. 
Lower. 42 1. © John E. Lower; 
26May70; DU77310. 

THE WITCH OF HAY GROUND, a musical play 
based on an American legend by Dennis 
Starin. 1 v. Two acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17Apr68, DU71328. 
NM: additions. © Dennis Starin; 
6May70; DU77115- 

THE WITCH OF NOODLE- LOONY; created and 
written by Doris Hirschman. 25 1. 
A play in 3 scenes. © Doris Hirsch- 
man; 17Feb70; DU76378. 

A WITCH'S TIT IN A BRASS BRASSIERE, a 
contemporary sex farce in one act by 
Drew Kalter (James Andrew Kalter) 
24 1, A play. © Drew Kalter; 
1Jun70; I'U77}44. 

THE WITCH'S UMBRELLA, by Mary Strong. 
30 1. A play in 2 acts. Includes 
music for 1 song. © Mary Strong; 
22Jun70; DU77458. 



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1970 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



WITH DAPHNE 'N' ME, by Juanita Looker 
Ivie 27 1. Script. © Juanita Lock- 
er Ivie; 4May70; C23235 . 

WITH MY ARM I COULD HAVE MADE THE 
MAJORS, a screenplay by Kenley 
Sprague (Barbara Karen Sprague ) 
1 v. © Kenley Sprague; 4Feb70; 
DU76350. 

WITHOUT A DOUBT, an Easter drama in one 
act by Carl Mays. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 16 p. Appl. author: Walter 
H. Baker Co., employer for hire. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 26nov69; 
DP7217. 

WITHOUT ETHOS, a one act play by 

Newell Davis. 1 v. © Leslie Newell 
Davis, Jr.; 9Jun70; DU77393. 

THE WIVES 'S TALE; six one-act plays by 
Diane Redfield Massie. 1 v. 
© Diane Redfield Massie; l6Mar70; 
DU76617. 

THE WOMAN AUGUSTINE LOVED, by Brother 
Bernard Gorman. 27 1. A play. 
© Brother Bernard Gorman; 2Feb70; 
DU76219. 

THE WOMAN PROM MAXIM'S, a play in three 
acts by Georges Feydeau, translated 
by Harold C. Crain. 1 v. From the 
play La dame de chez Maxim. 
© Harold C. Crain; 27Mar70; DU76728. 

THE WOMEN; chamber opera in one act by 
Thomas Pasatieri; German translation 
of the libretto by Robert K. Evans. 
Bryn Mawr, Pa., Theodore Presser Co. 
17 p. Vocal score. © Theodore Press- 
er Co.; 15May70; DP7317. 

WOMEN & THE CHURCH. See 
FIRING LINE. 106. 

THE WONDER OF THUNDER; or, The Mucky - 
towkers . A play in one act by 
J. Douglas Halford. 17 1. © J- Doug- 
las Halford; 6May70; DU77086. 

THE WONDERFUL IDABABA, by Barbara Wal- 
ton. 34 1. A play. © Barbara Ram- 
seyer Walton; HFeb70; DU76323. 

WORD FUNCTION AND SENTENCE PATTERNS. 

THE IDEAL READING SERIES. 

THE WORD IS, an original recording ver- 
sion of the original play with music 
by Martha Dreiblatt (Marti, pseud.) 
7 1. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 10Feb70, DU76809. 
NM- additions & revisions. ©Martha 
Dreiblatt; 4May70; C23222. 

THE WORD IS, by Martha Dreiblatt 
(Marti, pseud.) 5 1- A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Martha 
Dreiblatt; 10Feb70; DU76809. 

WORKING WITH OTHERS. See 
GETTING ALONG IN SCHOOL. 

WORLD CUP GRAND PRIX SERIES. See 
20TH CENTURY-FOX WORLD CUP GRAND 
PRIX SERIES. 

THE WORLD IS ROUND, a play with music, 
in two acts; book & lyrics by David 
M. Clay, music by George Swigart. 
2 v. © David M. Clay & George Swig- 
art; 15Dec69; DU76109. 
WORLD OF LSD. See 

FIRING LINE. 53. 
WORLD ON FIRE, a play in three acts 
with prologue by Vincent Godfrey 
Burns. Washington, D.C., New World 
Books. 71 p. © Vincent Godfrey 
Burns; lDec69; DP7249. 

WORLD WAR I. See 
THREE GREAT WARS. 



WORLD WAR I MAPS; text written by Eliza- 
beth M. Loder. 6 1. © Elizabeth M. 
Loder; 2Sep69; C22496. 

WORLD WAR II. See 
THREE GREAT WARS. 

WORLD WAR II AND BEYOND. See 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 
Record 12. 

THE WORMS, a Faustplay by Arnold 
Powell. 1 v. Two acts. © Arnold 
Powell; Uun70; DU77328. 

WRATH OF THE RIDDLER. See 

BATMAN: WRATH OF THE RIDDLER. 

THE WRITING AND ANALYSIS OF WRITING A 
FORMAL CHILDREN'S PLAY BY USING A 
CHILDREN'S IMPROVISATIONAL THEATRE 
GROUP WORKING WITH AN ORIGINAL 
SCENARIO, by Theodore George Kottke . 
Ann Arbor, University Microfilms. 
Microfilm. (Doctoral dissertation 
series) © Theodore George Kottke; 
31Mar70; A145942. 

WUTHERING HEIGHTS. See 
THEATRE III. 



THE YANKEES. See 
MINORITY GROUPS. 

YES, IT'S ME; written by Armand P. 
Schaubroeck. 3 1. © Kack Klick, 
Inc.; 23Mar70; C22987 . 

YESTERDAY'S HERO; screenplay by Peter 
Marzano. 48 1. © Peter Marzano; 
17Apr70; DU76942. 

Y0 FUT VTOLADA, by Oscar Dulzaides. 
103 1. A screenplay. © Oscar 
Dulzaides; 5May70; DU77079. 

YO NO ESTOY LOCA, DOCTOR; original de 
Emilia Viera Catasus. 5 1. A play. 
© Emilia Viera Catasus; ?7Aug68; 
DU76713- 

YOGA FOR BEGINNERS. See 

SCRIPT FOR NINETY-NINE MINUTES OF 
RECORDING YOGA ALBUMS; CONDITIONING 
FOR yoga! 

YOU ALL GOT TO LIVE; filmstrip by Rich- 
ard W. Bruner. 32 1. (Out of the 
mainstream) Script. © Richard W. 
Bruner; 24Apr70; C23298. 

YOU CAN LEARN TO STOP SMOKING WITH 
HYPNOTISM, by Jack Berry. 4 1. 
Recording script. © Jack Berry Enter- 
prises, Ltd.; 6May7.0; C23228. 

YOU CAN LIVE RICHLY. Television 
scripts. Appl. author: Ucan, Inc. 
© Ucan, Inc . 
1-70. 8Apr70; C23092. 
2-70. 8Apr70; C23093. 

YOU CAN'T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER, 
a play by Alvin Miles, Jr. 18 1. 
© Alvin Miles, Jr.; 6Mar70; DU76516 . 

YOU CAN'T TELL BY THE BLOOD, by Alvin 
Miles, Jr. 38 1. A play. © Alvin 
Miles, Jr.; 24Feb70; DU76599. 

YOU DON'T LOVE ME, GEORGE, by Fred 

H. Arthur. 2 sheets. © Fred Arthur; 
20Apr70; C23185. 

YOU GOTTA BE IN PITCHERS; A new musical 
about the silver screen; music, book & 
lyrics by Daryl Hanson & Bert Stimmel. 
2 v. A play in 2 parts. © Bert Stim- 
mel & Daryl Hanson; 27Feb70; DU76455 . 

YOU HAVE BEEN SET FREE, by Paul Carter, 
James Perkins & Keith Russell. 1 v. 
Filmstrip script. © Paul C. Carter, 
Jr..& Keith A. Russell; 31Mar70; 
C23046. 



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YOU JUST DON'T UP AND TELL, a dreadful 
history, a surrealistic montage for 
synergistic theatre by George Lincoln 
Deckert. 1 v. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © George L. 
Deckert; 5May70; DU77004. 

YOU, MY ECSTASY; recording script by 
Bill Buell (Wilfred Ross Buell) 11 1. 
© Wilfred Ross Buell; l4Apr70; C23121. 

YOU SHOULD ONLY KNOW, ALBERT PFEFFER! 
A play in two acts by Elizabeth Wig- 
ler. 74 1. © Elizabeth Wigler; 
15Jan70; DU76103. 

YOUNG ALEC AND THE MAGIC VOICE, an 
original play about Alexander Graham 
Bell and the invention of the tele- 
phone by Robert Gaston French. 
Chicago, Coach House Press. 39 p. 
(Full-length play series) Three 
acts. © Robert Gaston French; 
20ct69; DP7214. 

YOUNG MARK TWAIN, an opera by Victor I. 
Ziskin. 1 v. © Victor I. Ziskln; 
6Mar70; DU76584. 

YOUR ASTROLOGICAL SIGN, DELINEATION 
AND DECANTER, COURSE 2, by Nila L. 
Caton. 37 1. © Nila Letitia Caton; 
HJun70; C 233 82. 

YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT AT NEW ENGLAND 
MERCHANTS. 1 v. A script. Appl. 
author: New England Merchants National 
Bank of Boston. © New England Mer- 
chants National Bank of Boston; 
l4May70; C23246 . 

THE YOUTHFUL DEEDS OF THE CID, by 
Guillen de Castro y Bellvis; trans- 
lators, Robert R. La Du, Luis Soto- 
Ruiz & Giles A. Daeger; with an 
introd. by John G. Weiger. 1st ed. 
New York, Exposition Press. 136 p. 
NM: introd. & notes. © Robert R. 
La Du & Luis Soto-Ruiz; 29Dec69; 
AI52195. 



Z-2 SEES IT THROUGH, a juvenile detec- 
tive series by John demons. Tele- 
plays. © John demons. 
Episode 

1. Shadderin' and sleuthin'. 
© 15Jun70; DU77407. 

THE ZAPPER, by -Luther C. Whitsitt. 
28 1. A play. © Luther Clinton 
Whitsitt; l6Mar70; DU76616. 

DIE ZAUBERFLOTE (The magic flute) Opera 
in two acts; text by Emanuel Schikane- 
der, music by W. A. Mozart, English 
version by Albert Puhek. 83 1. Eng- 
lish. Libretto. © Albert J. Puhek; 
28May70; DU77251. 
ZING; A musical play for children; 
music by Monica Witni, play by Beth 
Goff . 1 v. Two scenes. © Beth 
Goff & Monica Witni; 4Mar70; DU76494. 

Z0 BOLDGOLD, by Shelly E. Reuben 

(Rochelle E. Reuben) 8l 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Rochelle 
E. Reuben; 15May70; DU77186. 

ZODIDE: MAKING OF A MURDERER, by Ngri 
Black, pseud, of Archie A. Briggs . 
43 1 . A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Archie A. Briggs; l6Ma.r70; 
DU76657 . 

ZOOT SUIT, an original screenplay by 
Leonard Glass er. 109 1. © Leonard 
Glasser; 2Feb70; DU76282. 

ZZZAP; By Jerry Devine & Mary Oreok. 
1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book only. © Jerry Devine & Mary 
Oreck; 6Apr70; DU76776. 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



A list, arranged by title, of dramas, dramatico-musicals, lectures, sermons, mono- 
logs, and radio, television and recording scripts for which renewal registrations were 
made during the period covered by this issue. Information relating to both the 
original and the renewal registration is included in each entry. References from 
variant titles and from distinctive subtitles are interfiled. 



A 



ADDRESS TO THE ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE 
DRAMATISTS GUILD, by Howard Lindsay. 
© l4jan43; C14822. Dorothy Lindsay 
(W); 28May70; R485422. 

ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES ; musical 
play in 2 acts; book & lyrics by Sid 
Frank; music by Denes Agay. Based on 
the story in the Arabian nights. 
© 4Nov42; D76185. Denes Agay & Sid 
Frank (A); 27May70; R485625 . 

ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME, by William 
Gillette; rev. & modernized in com- 
plete script by Helen Jerome into 12 
acts, 4 scenes. © 19May42; D80260. 
Frederick John Denis Wakeham (UK of 
H. Jerome); 7May70; R483760. (See 
also All the comforts of home; 
10Apr70; R482755) 

ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME; farce by 
William Gillette; rev. & modernized 
in complete script into two acts & 
four scenes by Helen Jerome. 
© 19Mar42; D80260. Beryl Kathleen 
Turner (NK of H. Jerome); 10Apr70; 
R482755. (See also All the comforts 
of home; 7May70; R48376C) 

ALLEN, INCORPORATED, a comedy in one 
act by Russell Porter. © 20Mar42 ; 
D79828. Russell Porter (A); 5Feb70; 
R478638 . 

AMERICA, TO YOU, an operetta in two 
acts by Carleton Matthews . Vocal & 
piano score & libretto. © l6May42; 
D76139. Carleton Matthews (A); 
l4May70; R485540. 

AMERICAN SAINT OF DEMOCRACY, a play in 
one act by Fred Eastman. © 9Nov42; 
D82404. Lila Morse Eastman (W) ; 
24jun70; R486459. 

AMERICAN SAINT OF DEMOCRACY, a play in 
one act by Fred Eastman. © 12Dec42; 
D82829. Lila Morse Eastman (W) ; 
24jun70; R486461. 



B 



BAKER'S PLAYS. See 
PREXY AND SON. 

BEACON HILL BILLY, by Charles Whitman, 
pseud, of Tom Taggart . © 30Dec42; 
D83205. Tom Taggart (A); 22Jan70; 
R477738. 

BEHIND THE 8 BALL, a tough packed comedy 
in three acts by Nell Crawley. 
© 22Apr42; D80257 • Samuel French, 
Inc. (PWH); 50Mar70; R481598. 

LA BELLE HELENE; new version of the 
Offenbach operetta; book by E. Eager 
& A. Drake, lyrics by E. Eager. 
Libretto. © 9Mar43 : D83758. Jane 
Eager (W) & Fritz Eager (C); 24Apr70; 
R482670 . 



THE BELLS TOLL DEATH. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



BEST FOOT FORWARD, a comedy in 3 acts 
by John Cecil Holm. Based on the 
musical comedy. © l8jan43; D83122. 
John Cecil Holm (A); 13Apr70; R481923 • 



BILLS FOR VICTORY. 
THE GREEN HORNET. 



See 
No.A-564. 



THE BISHOP'S FANTASIA, a musical comedy 
& satire; book by Michael Mercury, 
pseud", of Constant! he Alexander Hagi 
Mall is; lyrics by 'Ariel & Caliban, 
pseuds. Bock only. © 3CJul42; 
D8"4K0. Constantine Alexander Hagi 
Mailis (A); 3°Mar70; R481466 . 

BLACKMAIL SPINS THE PROP. See 
THE GREEN HORNET. No.A-571. 

BROTHER GOOSE, a comedy in 3 acts by 
William Davidson. © 24"Sep42; D82OO9 . 
William F. Davidson (A); 24Mar70; 
R481234 . 

BURY MY HEART; or, Over there. A play 
in eleven scenes by William L. Shirer. 
© 9Jan43; D83094. William L. Shirer 
(A); 22Jan70; R477769. 



CABRERITA, by A. Aeevedo Hernandez; 
Wilber E. Bailey, translator. (In 
Plays of the Southern Americas) 
© 30Sep42; D82348. Board of Trustees 
of the Leland Stanford Junior Uni- 
versity (PWH); 23Mar70; R483392. 

CALLING ALL CHILDREN FROM 4-10; 

recitations by Dorothy Gray (Dorothy 
Gray Simmons) © 9Nov42; D82824 . 
Dorothy Gray Simmons (A); 8Apr70; 
R482096 . 

THE CASE OF THE MECHANICAL MONSTER. 
See 
THE SHADOW. 

THE CASE OF THE PHANTOM WEREWOLF. See 
THE SHADOW. 



THE CASE OF THE TALKING SKULL. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



CHILD IS BORN, by Stephen Vincent Benet . 
© HDec42; D8277O. Thomas C. Benet, 
Rachel B. Lewis & Stephanie B. Mahin 
(C); 22Dec69; R476036. = 

CINDERS FOR SHORT, -a pantomime sketch 
for two characters by K. 0. Samuel. 
© 10Mar43; D83878. K. 0. Samuel (A); 
10Jun70; R485983. 

CITIZEN FRANKLIN OF PHILADELPHIA, a 
play in 1 act by Bernard J. Reines, 
© 24Aug42; D8167I. Bernard J. Reines 
(A); 9Jun70; R485542. 

CLAUDIA, a comedy drama in three acts 
bv Rose Franken. Acting ed. 
© l8May42; D80274 . Rose Franken (A), 
30Mar70; R48l60O. 

COLLECT ON DELIVERY, a comedy by 
Alladine Bell. © 29May42; D80370. 
Alladine Bell (A); 3Mar70; R480227 . 



COMMENT ON TUE LES FEMMES . 
LA REINE MORTE. 



See 



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64 



DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



LAS CONVULSIONES (My poor nerves) By 
Luis Vargas Tejada; Wilber E. Bailey, 
translator. (In Plays of the 
Southern Americas) © 30Sep42; 
D82347. Board of Trustees of the 
Leland Stanford Junior University 
(PWH); 2?Mar70; R483393. 



COSSACKS ON THE VOLGA. 
HETMAN. 



See 



COUNTERFEIT, an adventure in the 

theatre; play in three acts by Helen 
Jerome. © 27Jul42; D8l648. Beryl 
Kathleen Turner (NK); 10Apr70; 
R482756. (See also Counterfeit; 
7May70; R485761) 

COUNTERFEIT, an adventure in the 
theatre; play in 3 acts by Helen 
Jerome. © 27Jul42; D8l648. Fred- 
erick John Denis Wakeham (NK); 
7May70; R483761. (See also Counter- 
feit; 10Apr70; R482756) 

THE COWBOY IN THE SKY; dramatic play 
in 3 acts by William Tracey; based 
on the popular song titled There is 
a cowboy ridin 1 thru the sky. 
© 17Dec42; D82811. Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & Co., Inc. (PWH); 22Dec69; 
R476293. 

CRABTREE, a comedy drama in three acts 
by Louis J. Thomas. © 26May42; 
D8O555 . Louis J. Thomas (A); 
30Mar70; R480977 . 

CROSS SECTION, by Ruth Moore (Ruth 
Elisabeth Moore Mathews); pref. by 
Thomas Ewing Dabney; illustrated by 
Lisette Moore Meyers. © 4Apr42; 
D8O10O. Ruth Moore Mathews (A);' 
lApr70; R481893. 

CRYSTAL SCREEN. See 
THE SHADOW. 

THE CULT OF SATAN. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

CURSE OF CAIRO, a comedy of a summer 
afternoon in one act by Mabel Constan- 
duros & Howard Agg. (French's acting 
edition, no. 1020) © 4Jun42; D81644 . 
Michael Constanduros -(C) & Ernest 
Balfour Agg (NK) ; 8Apr70; R482090 . 

CURSE OF THE ASTRAL BELLS. See 
THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER . 



D 



DAISIES ON THE CAR TRACKS, a comedy in 
three acts by Alladine Bell. 
© 210ct42; D82559. Alladine Bell (A); 
3Mar70; R480228. 

DAMASK CHEEK, a comedy in three acts by 
John Van Druten 8: Lloyd Morris . 
© 8May42; D80160 . Carter Lodge (E of 
J. Van Druten); 8Apr70; R483313 . 

DAMASK CHEEK, a comedy in three acts 
by John Van Druten & Lloyd Morris. 
© lFeb43; D83736. Carter Lodge (E of 
J. Van Druten); 5Mar70; R480190. 

DANDY DICK; or, Mr. Tidd. A farce com- 
edy in two acts; being a modernized 
version of A. W. Pinero's Dandy Dick 
by Margaret Anglin Hull. © 30Apr42; 
D8OO83. Basile H. Anglin (E of M. A. 
Hull); 21Apr70; R483259- 

THE DARK RIVER, a play in 4 acts by 
Rodney Ackland. © 29Aug42; D82152. 
Rodney Ackland (A^; 8May70; R484018. 

DEATH FROM THE SKY. See 

THE SHADOW. 

DEATH IN THE NIGHT. See 

THE GREEN HORNET. No.A-568. 



DEATH SHOOTS AN ARROW. 
THE SHADOW. 



DEATH STALKS THE MORGUE. See 
DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

DESIGN FOR DESTRUCTION. See 
THE GREEN HORNET. No.A-577. 

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER; folk 
opera in one act; book by Stephen 
Vincent Benet; music by Douglas Moore. 
Vocal score. © 12May43; D76233. 
Emily Moore (W), Sarah Moore & 
Mrs. Bradford D. Kelleher (Mary 
Kelleher) (C of D. Moore); 15May70; 
R484615 . 

THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER, a fantastic 
play in 3 acts, by John Laurence 
Seymour. After the tale by Washing- 
ton Irving. © 23Mar42; D79645 . 
John Laurence Seymour (A); 19Jan70; 
R478290 . 

DIVERSIONS; some sketches & monologues 
by Herbert Farjeon. (French's acting 
edition, no. 1467) © 21Aug42: D82I51. 
Joan Farjeon (W) ; 8Apr70; R482093 . 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE, by Ed 

Gruskin. © Conde Nast Publications, 

Inc. (PWH) 

The cult of Satan. © 30Apr43; 

D84110 4May70; R483960. 
Death stalks the morgue! © 6Feb43; 

D83284. 2Mar70; R479879. 
The hour of murder 1 © 13Mar43; 

D83659. 6Apr70; R482382. 
I'll dance on your grave. © 12Feb43; 

D833I5. 2Mar70; R479882. 
The insect menace. © 2Apr43; D8383I. 
4May70; R483956. 

Jan. 6, 1943. © 9Jan43; D82943 . 
4Feb70; R478499. 

Journey into oblivion. © 5Mar43; 

D83589. 6Apr70; R482380. 
The living evil. © 26Feb43; D83509. 

2Mar70; R479886. 
The miracle maniac. © 8Jun43; D84503. 

6Jul70; R486881. 
Monster of the sea. © 17Apr43; 

D83983. 4May70; R483958. 
The murder charm. © 29 Jan43 ; D83153 . 

4Feb70; R478504 . 
Murder is a business. © l9Feb43; 

D83420. 2Mar70; R 47 9883 . 
The murder man. © 28May43; D84426. 

3Jun70; R485623 . 

The note of death. © 22Jan43; D83086 . 

4Feb70; R478503. 
The pharaoh's wisdom. © 20Mar43; 

D83728. 6Apr70; R482384. 
Ransom or death. © 22May43; D84359. 

3Jun70; R485622. 
Return from death. © 21Jan43; D8308O. 

4Feb70; R478502. 
The screeching ghost. © 15May43 ; 

D84266. 3Jun70; R485621. 
The skull man. © 12Jun43; D84541. 

6Jul70; R486882. 
The society Amazonia. © 26Mar43; 

D83761. 6Apr70; R482386. 
Subway to hell. © 10Apr43; D83924. 

4May70; R483957. 
The voice that cried kill. © 23Apr43; 

D84035. 4May70; R483959. 
When dead men walk. © 7May43; D84154. 
3Jun70; R485619. 



DOUBLE WEARS A MASK. 
THE GREEN HORNET. 



See 
No.A-582. 



DYNAMIC ART, a farce in 4 acts by John 
Laurence Seymour. © HAug42; D81574 . 
John Laurence Seymour (A) ; l6Mar70; 
R480688 . 



E 



See 



ESCAPE TO TOMORROW, a dramatization by 
E. Mawby Green & Edward Allan Feil- 
bert of Elizabeth_Bowen's novel The 



house in Paris. '0 29Aug42; D81709. 
Eric Mawby Green 8c Edward Allan Feil- 
bert (A); 27Apr70; R483442. 

THE EVE OF ST. MARK, a play In 2 acts 
by Maxwell Anderson. Rev. ed. 
© l6Apr43; D84072. Oilda Oakleaf 
Anderson (W) Alan H. Anderson, 
Terence Anderson, Quentin Anderson & 
Hesper A. Levenstein (C); 28May70; 
R485417 . 

THE EVE OF ST. MARK, a play in 2 acts 
by Maxwell Anderson, arranged by 
Christopher Sergei. Simplified 
version. S 5Apr43; D8398O. Gilda 
Oakleaf Anderson (W),' Alan H. Ander- 
son, Terence Anderson, Quentin Ander- 
son & Hesper A. Levenstein (C); 
6Jul70; R486740. 

EXECUTION, by Arch Oboler. © 22May42; 
D80289. Arch Oboler (A); 30ADr70; 
R483353. 

THE EXPLOITS OF VITAMAN, a sketch In 
two acts by Doria Higgins . © 19Feb42; 
D79321. Doria S. Higgins (A); 
HFeb70; R478370. 



THE EYES OF DEATH. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



F 



THE FARY KNIGHT; or, Oberon the second. 
A manuscript play attributed to 
Thomas Randolph; edited by Fredson 
Thayer Bowers. © HApr42; D8OI85. 
Fredson Thayer Bowers (A); 10Apr70; 
R482639. 



FEU. See 

PETIT THEATRE. 

FIRE IN THE FORESTS. 
THE GREEN HORNET. 

FLIGHT TO NOWHERE. 
THE GREEN HORNET. 

FOR BETTER OR WORSE. 
HAPPILY EVER AFTER. 



See 
No.A-579. 

See 
No.A-562. 

See 



FOREIGN GIRL. 
LA GRINGA. 



See 



FORMULA FOR MURDER. See 

THE GREEN HORNET. No.A-573. 

FRENCH'S ACTING EDITION. See 
CURSE OF CAIRO. 
DIVERSIONS. 
GOOD NEIGHBOURS. 
HERMIONE GINGOLD WROTE THESE. 
LOVE IN A MIST. 
MURDER AT THE MINISTRY. 
WINDY WOLD. 

FRENCH'S PLAY FOR JUVENILE PERFORMERS. 
See 
GALILEO . 

FRENCH'S STANDARD LIBRARY EDITION. See 
VICKIE. 



G 



GALILEO, a story play for young players 
by Harcourt Williams. (French's play 
for j'uvenile performers, no. 49) 
© 4Dec42; D83O66 . Edmund Kelly Blyth 
(E); 8Apr70; R482095. 

THE GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANA, a play in 
four acts by Booth Tarkington. 
© 15Jun43; D84631. Merchants National 
Bank & Trust Co. of Indianapolis (E); 
22Jun70; R486452. 

GERRYMANDER, by Bernard J. Reines . 

© 24Aug42; D8167O. Bernard J. Reines 
(A); 9Jun70; R485541. 



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GHOST STORY, a radio play by Arch 
Oboler. ©23Mar42; D79635 • Arch 
Oboler (A); l8Mar70; R48o8l4 . 

THE GLOWING DEATH. See 
THE SHADOW. 

THE GOLDEN APPLE, a musical comedy by 
Frank & Beatrice Hanson. © 8Jun42; 
D7615O. Beatrice A. Hanson & Frank 
B. Hanson (A); 8jun70; R485920. 

GOOD NEIGHBOURS, a one act comedy for 
three women by Gertrude Jennings. 
(French's acting edition, no.1289) 
© 21Aug42; D82149. Beryl Kathleen 
Turner (NK); 8May70; R484017 . 

THE G00SEGIRL; musical play in 2 acts; 
book & lyrics by Sid Frank; music by 
Denes Agay. Based on Grimm's fairy 
tale. © 4Nov42; D76186. Denes Agay 
& Sid Frank (A); 27May70; R485626. 

GRACIOUS MAJESTY, by- Laurence Housman; 
illus . by Ernest H. Shepard . 
© HMay42, D80275. Robert E. Symons 
& Lloyds Bank, Ltd. (E of L. Housman) 
& Ernest H. Shepard (A); 8May70; 
R4 84150. 

THE GREEN HORNET, by Francis Striker. 
© Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH) 
No. 
A-562. Flight to nowhere. © 3Jul42; 

D81164. 2OFeb70; R479t8l. 
A-563. Murder by a diplomat. 
© 3Jul42; D8H65. 20Feb70; 
R479482. 
A-564. Bills for victory. 
© 31Jul42; D81486. 20Feb70; 
R479484. 
A-565. No sale to the Axis. 
© 31Jul42; D81487. 20Feb70; 
R479483. 
A-566. The invisible enemy. 
© 31 Jul 42; D81488. 20Feb70; 
R479480. 
A-567. Sabotaging the saboteur. 
© 23Sep42; D81936. 20Feb70; 
R479492. 
A-568. Death in the night. 
© 23Sep42; D81938. 20Feb70; 
R479491. 
A-569. No news for the Gestapo. 
© 23Sep42; D81939- 20Feb70; 
R479490. 
A-570. Tires mean trouble. 
© 23Sep42; D81940 . 20Feb70; 
R479489- 
A-571. Blackmail spins the prop. 
© 23Sep42; D8ig4l. 20Feb70; 
R479488. 
A-572. Gum makes it stick. 
© 23Sep42; D81908. 20Feb70; 
R479487 . 
A-573- Formula for murder. 
S 23Sep42; D81907 . 20Feb70; 
R479486. 
A-574. Murder trips a rat. 
© 23Sep42; D81906. 20Feb70; 
R489485 . 
A-575. Last words mean sabotage. 
© 120ct42; D82174. 20Feb70; 
R479494. 
A-576. It pays to advertise. 
© 120ct42; D82173- 20Feb70; 
R479493. 
A-577. Design for destruction. 
© 30Nov42; D82631. 20Feb70; 
R Hj 9495. 
A-578. Lonely outpost. © 30Nov42; 

D82632. 20Feb70; R479^96. 
A-579. Fire in the forests. 
© 30Nov42; D82633. 20Feb70; 
R479497 . 
A-580. The stars catch a spy. 
© 30Nov42; D82634. 20Feb70; 
R479498. 
A-58I. Inside information. 
© 30Nov42; D82635- 20Feb70; 
R479499. 



A-582. The double wears a mask. 

© 30Nov42; D82636. 20Feb70; 

R479500. 
A-583. Torpedo on wheels. 

© J0Nov42; D82637 ■ 20Feb70; 

R479501. 

LA GRINGA (The foreign girl) By 
Florencio Sancnez; Alfred Coester, 
translator. (In Plays of the 
Southern Americas) © 30Sep42; 
D82346. Board of Trustees of the 
Leland Stanford Junior University 
(FvTH); 23Mar70; R48339^- 

GUEST IN THE HOUSE, by Hagar Wilde & 
Dale Eunson. Acting ed. © l8Dec42; 
D8283I. Hagar Wilde 8c Dale Eunson 
(A); 22Jan70; R477737 • 

GUM MAKES IT STICK. See 

THE GREEN HORNET. No. A-572. 



H 



HAPPILY EVER AFTER, a comedy for ladies 
in one act by Howard Agg. © lApr42; 
D80343 . Ernest Balfour Agg (NK) ; 
26Mar70; R481347 . 

HAPPILY EVER AFTER; or. For better or 
worse. By Louise Gaige, pseud, of 
Chester Erskine. Three acts. 
© 28May43; D84464. Chester Erskine 
(pen name. Louise Gaige) (A); 28May70; 
R485761. 

HATE; radio play by Arch Oboier. 

© lMay42; D80086. Arch Oboler (A); 
30Apr70; R483663. 

HAVE YOU SEEN HIM? A radio play by 
Arch Oboler. © lMay42; D80O87. 
Arch Oboler (A); 30Apr70; R483662. 

HAY-FOOT, STRAW-FOOT, a play with music; 
words by 0. A. Harbach & Oscar Hammer - 
stein 2d, music by Jerome Kern, 
Suggested by a story of Edward Boykin, 
© music 2200^2, libretto 6May43; 
D76245, Dorothy B. Hammerstein (W), 
Alice H. Mathias, William Hammerstein 
& James B. Hammerstein (C); 7May70: 
R484185. 

HAY-FOOT, STRAW-FOOT, a play with music; 
words ov 0. A. Harbach & Oscar Hammer- 
stein 2d, music by Jerome Kern. 
Suggested by a story by Edward Boykin, 
© music 220ct,42, libretto 6May43; 
0762*0. William 0. Harbach & Robert 
A. Harbach (C); 7May70; R484l86, 

HEAVEN IS DEEP; in 3 acts by Elizabeth 
Perkins Boris h & Frederic 'Lansing 
Day. © 10Apr43; D84009. Frederic 
Lansing Day (A); 28May70; R485414. 

HEBREWS XI :1, by Joseph Kesseiring. 
© i60ct42; D82250. Charlotte E. 
Kesseiring (W) ; lApr70; R43l891- 

HERMI0NE GING0LD WROTE THESE; 6 sketches 
by Hermione Glngold. (French's acting 
edition, no. 1325) © 4Dec42; D83067. 
Hermione Gingold (A); 6May70; R483522. 

HETMAN1 or, Cossacks on the Volga. 
By Daniel Rudsten. © 12May43; 
D84204 Daniel Rudsten (A); 15May70; 
R484593 . 

HILLS OF BATAAN, by Stanley Richards. 
© 8Aug42; D81557. Stanley Richards 
(A); 8May70; R484016. 

HIS SHINING MAJESTY; one act comedy by 
J. 0. Francis. © 24Mar43; D86052. 
Hilda M. Francis (NK); 8Jun70; 
R485980. 



HOME TO MOTHER, a one act play for 
seven women by Muriel Roy Bolton. 
© 10ct42; D82484. Muriel Roy Bolton 
(A); l8Jun70; R486178. 

HOTEL SPLENDIDE, a play in 2 acts by 
Donald Ogden Stewart; music by Richard 
Rodgers, lyrics by Larry Hart. Based 
on the stories by Ludwig Bemelmans . 
Book only. © 5Sep>H; D7763'+ • Donald 
Ogden Stewart (A); 4Sep69; R48l7o3- 

HOUR OF MURDER. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

HOUSE IN PARIS. See 
ESCAPE TO TOMORROW. 

HOW NATIONS CAN KEEP OUT OF WAR, by 
Eddie Kirby. © l8Dec42; C 12773 ■ 
Eddie A. Kirby (A); 23Mar70; R481213 - 

HUCKLEBERRY FINN, a comedy in 3 acts 
dramatized by Jane Kendall, pseud, of 
Anne Coulter Martens . From the book 
by Samuel Clemens. © 130ct42; D82256 . 
Anne Coulter Martens (A); 24Mar70; 
R481236 . 

HUNTING THE HARE; one act comedy by 
J. 0. Francis. © 24Mar43; D86053 . 
Hilda M. Francis (NK); 8jun70; 
R485981 ■ 



I 



I'LL BE WAITING, SOLDIER, by Owen Davis. 
© 7Jul42; D8II83. Donald Davis (C); 
25May70; R485U7- 

I'LL DANCE ON YOUR GRAVE. See 
DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

I'M A FOOL, dramatized from Sherwood 
Anderson's story by Christopher Ser- 
gei. © l6Nov42; D82527. Christopher 
Sergei (A); 24Mar70; R481237 . 

IN GAY HAVANA; operetta in three acts 
for mixed voices; book, lyrics & 
music by Sibyl Evans Baker. 
© 25Apr42; D76136. Sibyl Evans 
Baker (A); 5Jan70; R476017 . 

IN THE BLACK OUT, by Gertrude Jennings . 
© 31Mar42; D80342 . Thomas Browne & 
Patrick T. K. Anderson (E) ; 5Feb70; 
R478635 • 
IN THE GROOVE. Author of renewable 
matter: National Cash Register Co. 
© Uun42; C14447 . National Cash 
Register Co. (PWH); 5Jan70; R47592 1 *- 

THE INSECT MENACE. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

INSIDE INFORMATION. See 

THE GREEN HORNET. N0.A-58I. 

THE INVISIBLE ENEMY. See 

THE GREEN HORNET. No. A-566. 

THE ISLAND GOD, opera in one act and 
3 scenes; libretto & music by Gian 
Carlo Menotti; English version by 
Fleming McLiesh. Text only. 
© 5Feb42; D79249. Belwin-Mills Pub. 
Corp. (PWH); 19Jan70; R480188. 

IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE. See 
THE GREEN HORNET. No. A-576. 

IT'S A SMALL WORLD, a comedy in one act 
by Philip Johnson. © 28oct42; D82825 . 
Philip Johnson (A); 3Mar70; R480230. 



J 



JOHNNY GET YOUR GUN, a play in one act 
by Parnell Bradbury. © lMay42; 
D81643. Parnell Bradbury (A); 
30Mar70; R481602 . 



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JOURNEY INTO OBLIVION. See 
DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

JUST LIKE CINDERELLA, a comedy of youth 
in 3 acts by Charles George. 
© 31Aug42; D82213. Samuel French, 
Inc. (PWH); 8May70; R484019- 



K 



KEEP 'EM TRYING, an avalanche of laughs 

in three acts by Stanley Grayson, 

pseud, of Wilbur Braun. © 30Dec42; 

D83070. Samuel French, Inc. (FWH) ; 

22Jan70; R4777 DI- 
KING OF THE RIVER; one act comedy by 

J. 0. Francis. © 24Mar43; D86O5I. 

Hilda M. Francis (NK); 8Jun70; 

R4859Y9- 



THE LADIES, by Moss Hart & George S. 
Kaufman. (In Revue sketches vaude- 
ville comedy acts, vol. VII, comedy 
sketch book no.l) © 15Apr43; D&H75 . 
Anne Kaufman Schneider (C); ljun70; 
R4 86'4 09 . 

THE LADIES, by Moss Hart & George S. 
Kaufman. (In Revue sketches vaude- 
ville comedy acts, v. 7, comedy 
sketch book no.l) © 15Apr43; D84175- 
Catherine Carlisle Hart (W) ; lMay70; 
R483680. 

LADY WHO CAME TO LUNCH, a comedy for 
seven women in one act by Babette 
Hughes (Babette Hughes Hall) 
© 27Nov42; D82827 . Babette Hughes 
Hall (A); 23Jun70; R486462. 

THE LAKE GUNS OF SENECA AND CAYUGA AND 
EIGHT OTHER PLAYS OF UPSTATE NEW YORK, 
by A. M. Drummond, Robert Gard, 
Louise O'Connell, E. Irene Baker, 
Edward Kamarck, Ella L. Thurston, 
Lauren Williams & Harold W. Thompson. 
© l80ct42; D82563. Robert E. Gard 
(A); 26Jan70; R477726. 

THE LANGUAGE OF THE DEAD. See 
THE SHADOW. 

THE LAST IN THE WORLD, by Arch Oboler. 
© 22May42; D82144. Arch Oboler (A); 
30Apr70; R483661. 

LAST WORDS MEAN SABOTAGE. See 
THE GREEN HORNET. No.A-575. 

THE LEAGUE OF DEATH. See 
THE SHADOW. 

LET'S GO LATIN; text by Frank E. Dyer & 
Richard Hucks, music by William 
Richard Hucks. ©30Apr43; D76235- 
Dickson Hughes a.k.a. Richard Hucks 
(i.e. W. R. Hucks, Jr.) (A); 3Jun70; 
R485876. 

LETTER AT MIDNIGHT, a radio drama by 
Arch Oboler. ©23Mar42; D79631 • 
Arch Oboler (A); 23Mar70; R481203 . 

LETTER TO LUCERNE, a play in three acts 
bv Fritz Rotter & Allen Vincent. 
Acting ed. © l8Mar42 ; D80344 . Fritz 
Rotter (A^; l8Feb70; R479339- 

LIFE WITH MOTHER; or, The penthouse 
theatre. A comedy in one act by 
Babette Hughes (Babette Hall) 
© HMay42; D83599- Babette Hall (A); 
30Mar70; R481604 . 

LIFE WITHOUT MUSIC, a play in one act 
by Philip Johnson. © HJan43; 
D8388O. Philip Johnson (A); 10Apr70; 
R482758. 



LIFEBOAT NO. 15, by Sidney Easton. 
© 20Apr43; D83978. Sidney Easton 
(A); l4May70; R484339. 

LITTLE BLACK SAMBO; musical radio 

script; dramatic story and lyrics by 
Madge Tucker, music by Molly Donald- 
son, pseud, of Muriel Pollock, pic- 
tures by Ted Egri. © 21Mar43 ; 
D76221. Muriel Pollock (A); 27Apr70; 
R483262 . 

THE LIVING EVIL. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

LONELY OUTPOST. See 

THE GREEN HORNET. No.A-57°. 

LONGMAN'S HOLLYWOOD PLAYS. See 
MY MAN GODFREY. 

LOST HORIZON, by James Hilton; drama- 
tized by Anne Coulter Martens & Chris- 
topher Sergei. © 130ct42; D82251- 
Anne Coulter Martens & Christopher 
Sergei (A); 24Mar70; R481235 • 

LOVE, HONOR AND OBEY, a new radio play 
by Fulton Oursler & Richard H. Hoff- 
man. © 27Feb43; D83642 . April Ours- 
ler Armstrong, Charles Fulton Oursler, 
Jr., Will Oursler & Helen Oursler 
Hill (C); 24Apr70; R483300. 

LOVE IN A MIST, a comedy in three acts 
by Kenneth Home. (French's acting 
edition, no. 1295) © 30Jun42; D81646 . 
Kenneth Home (A); 8Apr70; R482092 . 

LOVE IN A MIST, by S. J. Perelroan & 
Ogden Nash. © 19Apr43; D84197- 
olden Nash (A), 30Apr70; R483646. 



M 



MAGGIE MCGILLIGAN, a comedy by Joseph 
Kesselring. © 3Aug42; D815O8 . Char- 
lotte E. Kesselring (W) ; lApr70; 
R481892 . 

MAGGIE MCGILLIGAN, a comedy by Joseph 
Kesselring. © 13Apr43; D84010. 
Charlotte E. Kesselring (W) ; 26May70; 
R484904. 

MAN WHO BOUGHT LIFE. See 
THE SHADOW. 

THE MAN WILSON, a play in ten scenes 
with prologue and epiloque by Mark 
Reed. © 28Apr42; D8OO5I. Virginia 
Reed (W); 2Apr70; R481904 . 

MANANA IS ANOTHER DAY, a comedy in 
three acts by Theodore Apstein & 
Dwight Morris. © l8Mar42; D79834 . 
Theodore Apstein & Dwight Morris (A); 
5F.eb70; R478637- 

THE MARK OF CAIN. See 
THE SHADOW. 

MASTERPIECES, INC.; comedy of modern 
life in three acts by Mort E. Shaw. 
© l6Apr42; D79907 . Mort E. Shaw 
(A); 26Jan70; R477350. 

MATRIMONIAL; 1 act by Philip Johnson. 
© 2Feb42; D7982O. Philip Johnson 
(A); 12Jan70; R476513- 

MEIN HERZ FUR SYLVIA; Operetta by Fritz 
Mulle & Erich Einegg. © 15Sep42; 
D2048. Fritz Mulle (A) & Karl Lars 
von Westrell (E of E. Einegg); 
25May70; R486088. 

MIRACLE MANIAC. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

THE MISER, by Moliere; a new acting 
version based upon the 1739 Er.giish 
translation by H. Baker & J. Miller, 
arranged & adapted by Walter F. Kerr. 
© Uul42; D81763. Walter F. Kerr 
(A); 30Apr70; R483302 . 



MR. CHRISTMAS, by John Randall, pseud. 
of James Reach. © 31Dec42; D8307I. 
James Reach (A); 22Jan70; R477742. 

MR. TIDD. See 
DANDY DICK. 

MRS. METHUSELAH, a comedy in one act 
by Philip Johnson. © 28oct42; D82823. 
Philip Johnson (A); 3Mar70; R480229- 

MONSTER OF THE SEA. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 
MORE THE MERRIER, a farce in 3 acts by 

Frank Gabrielson & Irvin Pincus. 

© 22Jun42; D81127 . Frank Gabrielson 

& Irvin Pincus (A); 22Jan70; R477740. 



MOUCHARD MOUCHE. 
PETIT THEATRE. 



See 



LES KOUCHES; drame en trois actes by 
Jean-Paul Sartre. S 15Jun43; 
D95357 . Jean-Paul Sartre (A); 
l8jun70; R486179- 

MURDER AT THE MINISTRY, a play in three 
acts by Falkland L. Cary & A. A. 
Thomson. (French's acting edition, 
no. 2533) © 8Aug42; D82315 • Falkland 
L. Cary & A. A. Thomson (A); 8Apr70; 
R482094 . 

MURDER BY A DIPLOMAT. See 
THE GREEN HORNET. No.A-563. 

THE MURDER CHARM. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

MURDER IS A BUSINESS. See 
DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

THE MURDER MAN. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 
MURDER TRIPS A RAT. See 

THE GREEN HORNET. No.A-574. 

MUSIC MASTER; opera buff a in 2 acts by 
G. B. Pergolesi, new adaptation by 
R. Falk, English book adapted by 
Robert Vambery, lyrics by Edward 
Eager. Libretto. © 13Feb43; D83755- 
Jane Eager (W) & Fritz Eager (C); 
24Apr70; R482669. 

MY AUNT ALICE, a comedy in three acts 
by Walter Drey. © 23Apr42; D80345 . 
Walter Drey (A); 30Mar70; R481601 . 

MY BROTHER IS A HERO, a play in three 
acts by John Farrar. © 12Jun42; 
DSo494. John Farrar (A); 7Jan70; 
R475809. 

MY MAN GODFREY, a comedy in 3 ac * s 
dramatized by Frank Vreeland, based 
onTnovel by Eric Hatch (Longman' . 
Hollywood plays) © 25Mar42; 
D79691. Alida Vreeland Hotze (W), 
24Feb70; R479563- 

MY POOR NERVES. See 
LAS CONVULSIONES . 



MYSTERY OF SNAKE HOUSE. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



N 



NAPOLEON AND THE FLOODS OF AUXONNE, 
a drama in three acts by Cristo • 
Dooleigh Angeles, pseud, of Constan- 
tine Alexander Hagi Maliis. Revised 
ed © !6May42; D80228. Constantine 
Alexander Hagi Maliis (A); 30Mar70;' 
RU 81464 . 

NATHAN THE WISE; dramatic poem in three 
acts by Ferdinand Bruckner. Based 
on Lessing. © 20Mar42; D79623- 
Peter Tagger (C); 3Mar70; R480224. 

NICK CARTER AND THE MYSTERY OF THE 
INDIAN IDOLS. See 
THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 



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NICK CARTER AND THE MYSTERY OF THE 
SECRET FORMULA. See 
THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 

A NICKEL FOR ST. PETER, a fantasy by 
Herbert Baker, pseud, of Herbert 
Abrahams. © 20Apr43 ; D84002 . Herbert 
Baker (A); 21Apr70; R483256 . 

NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, a comedy in 
three acts by Laura Perelman & S. J. 
Perelman. © 13Apr42; D802?l . Laura 
Perelman & S. J. Perelman (A); 
30Mar70; R481599- 

NIGHTMARE, no.l of a series by Arch 
Oboler. © 13Apr42; D79860. Arch 
Oboler (A); 23Mar70; R481202 . 

NO BOOTS IN BED; 3 acts by Ronald Elwy 
Mitchell. © 13Feb42; D79786. 
Ronald Elwy Mitchell (A); 12Jan70; 
R4765.ll. 

NO NEWS FOR THE GESTAPO. See 
THE GREEN HORNET. No.A-569. 

NO PLACE FOR ANGELS, by Anna Gordon & 
Alice Altschuler. © 23Jul42; D81370. 
Anna Gordon (A); 23Jun70; R486335 ■ 



NO SALE TO THE AXIS. 
THE GREEN HORNET. 



See 
No.A-565. 



NOTE OF DEATH. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 



o 



OBERON THE SECOND. 
THE FARY KNIGHT. 



See 



PLAYS FOR AMERICANS; thirteen new 
non-royalty radio plays by Arch 
Oboler; foreword by Harold W. Kent; 
preface by C. L. Menser. © 2Nov42; 
D82475. Arch Oboler (A); 5Mar70; 
R480244 . 

PLAYS OF AMERICA'S EXPLORERS AND 

FOUNDERS, by Samuel S. Ullman, editor. 
© 10Feb42; D79553 • Samuel S. Ullman 
(A); 9Feb70; R478526" • 

PORTRAIT OF BOY WITH LADDER, by Bella 
& Samuel Spewack. © 22Jun42; D81409. 
Bella Spewack & Sam Spewack (Samuel) 
(A); 25May70; R485118. 

PRESENT LAUGHTER, a light comedy in 

three acts by Noel Coward. © 29Apr43; 
D6405. Noel Coward (A); 27May70; 
R485681. 

PREXY AND SON, a play in three acts by 
Fred Eastman. (Baker's plays) 
© 12Mar42; D79591 . Lilla M. Eastman 
(W); 24Feb70; R478955 • 

PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, a romantic comedy 
in 3 acts by Jane Kendall, pseud, of 
Anne Coulter Martens . Dramatization 
of novel by Jane Austen. © 15Sep42; 
D82006. Anne Coulter Martens (A); 
24Mar70; R481233 ■ 

PRIVATE EILBOY, a radio play by Dean 
Alexander, pseud, of Constantine 
Alexander Hagj. Mallis. © 6Jun42; 
D80448. Constantine Alexander Hagl 
Mallis (A); 30Mar70; R48l465 • 



ONE MAN'S VENUS, by Bella Spewack. 

© 26Sep42; D8196O. Bella Spewack (A); 
25May70; R485119. 

ONE OF THESE MAY PLEASE; 6 monologues; 
some monologues by W. Noel Scott. 
© lMay42; D82313 ■ W. Noel Scott (A); 
30Mar70; R481603 . 

ONE TOUCH OF VENUS, by S. J. Perelman & 
Ogden Nash. © 13Mar43; D83655 . Ogden 
Nash (A); l6Mar70; R480689 . 

OPEN YOUR EYES; 1 act by Mabel Constan- 
duros & Howard Agg. © 2Feb42; 
D79819. Michael Constanduros (C) & 
Ernest Balfour Agg (NK); 12Jan70; 
R476512. 

OURS IS THE WORK, a dramatic choric 
ode by Harry William Nelson. 
© 13Mar42; D79833 . Harry William 
Nelson (A); 5Feb70; R478639- 

OVER THERE. See 
BURY MY HEART. 



PENTHOUSE THEATRE. See 
LIFE WITH MOTHER. 

PETIT THEATRE, de Paul Morand . 

La matrone d'Ephese; Le voyageur et 
1' amour: Feu; Le mouchard mouche. 
© 30Nov42; D95232. Paul Morand 
(A); 22Dec69; R476307 . 

PHARAOH'S WISDOM. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

PIG OF MY DREAMS, a comedy in 1 act by 
Spranger Barry, pssud. of Stanley 
Kauffman. © 10Aug42; D81662 . Stanley 
Kauffman (A); 24Mar70; R481232 . 

THE PIRATE, by S. N. Behrman. 

© 19Apr43; D84l48. S. N. Behrman (A); 
20Apr70; R483045 . 



R 



RANSOM OR DEATH, See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

REGNER APRES SA MORT. See 
LA REINE MORTE. 

LA REINE MORTE; ou, Comment on tue les 
f emmes . Drame en trois actes de 
Henry de Montherlant; suivi de Regner 
apres sa mort, drame de Louis Velez 
de Guevara. © 30Nov42; D95354. 
Henry de Montherlant (A) ; 22Dec69; 
R476306. 

RENAUD ET ARMIDE, by Jean Cocteau. 
© 29Apr43; D95353. Edouard Dermit 
(E); IMayTO; R483930. 

RETURN FROM DEATH. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER, by Walter 
Gibson & Ed Gruskin. © Conde Nast 
Publications, Inc. (PWH) 
Nick Carter and the mystery of the 
Indian idols; or, The curse of 
the astral bells. © 30Apr43; 
D84111. 4May70; R483978. 

Seven drops of blood. © 15May43; 

D84237. 3Jun70; R485620. 
The strange Dr. Devolo. © l4Apr43; 

D83943. 4May70; R483979- 
Three blind mice; or, Nick Carter 

and the mystery of the secret 

formula. © 17Jun43; D84592. 

6Jul70; R486883. 

THE REVOLUTIONISTS, a tragedy in 3 acts 
by Selden Rodman, illus . by Rudolf 
C. von Ripper. © 21Aug42; D81765 . 
Selden Rodman (A); 21May73; F.485024. 

RIDDLE FOR MR. TWIDDLE, a mystery 
comedy in three acts by Madison L. 
Goff . © 9Apr42; D80259. © Madison 
L. Goff (A); 3Mar70; R480226. 

RING AROUND ELIZABETH, a comedy in 5 
acts by Charl Armstrong (Charlotte 
Armstrong Lewi) © 22Jun42; D81125. 
Jack Lewi (Wr) ; 10Apr70; R482760 



ROCK-A-BYE BABY, a comedy by Norman 
Lessing & Michael Davidson. 
© 13Jan42; D78927- Norman Lessing & 
Michael Davidson (A); 30Dec69; 
R476055. 
ROLLING ALONG, by Pincus W. Tell. 

© 5Feb42; D79173 • Pincus W. Tell (A); 
19Jan70; R478664 . 

ROSE ANN OF CHARING CROSS, a dramatic 
play in 3 acts by William Tracey. 
© 17Dec42; D8281O. Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & Co., Inc. (PWH); 22Dec69; 
R476294.- 



SABOTAGING THE SABOTEUR. See 
THE GREEN HORNET. No.A-567. 

DAS SCHLOSS DURANDE; Oper In 4 Akten. 
Dichtung nach der Novelle von Eichen- 
dorff von Hermann Burte, pseud, of 
Hermann Striibe; Musik von Othmar 
Schoeck. Klavierauszug mit Gesang. 
© HDec42; D18824. Hilda Frida 
Schoeck-Bartscher (W) ; l8May70; 
R485077 . 

THE SCREECHING GHOST. See 
DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 



SECRET WEAPON. 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



SEPARATE ROOMS, a comedy in three acts 
by Joseph Carole & Alan Dinehart in 
collaboration with Alex Gottlieb & 
Edmund Joseph. Acting ed. © 21May42; 
D81224. Geraldine Pelegano (C of 
J. Carole); 10Apr70; R482759. 

SERVICE CLUB, a drama in one act by 
William M. Kephart. © lAug42; 
D81459. William M. Kephart (A); 
8May70; R484021. 



SEVEN DROPS OF BLOOD. See 
THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 

SEWING GUILD, a woman's comedy in one 
act by J. 0. Francis. © 24Mar43; 
D86054. Hilda M. Francis (NK); 
8jun70; R485982. 

THE SHADOW; scripts by various authors . 
© Conde Nast Publications, Inc. (PWH) 
The bells toll death, by Jack Hast- 
ings, Max Ehrlich & Sidney Slon. 
© l6Dec42; D82812. 31Dec69; 
R476127. 
The case of the mechanical monster, 
by Jack Hastings, Max Ehrlich & 
Sidney Slon. © 21Jan43; D83079- 
4Feb70; R478501. 
The case of the phantom werewolf, by 
Jack Hastings, Max Ehrlich & Sid- 
ney Slon. © 31Dec42; D82892. 
31Dec69; R476129. 
The case of the talking skull, by 
Jack Hastings, Max Ehrlich & Sidney 
Slon. © 23Dec42; D82835 . 
31Dec69; R476128. 
The crystal screen, by Jack Hastings, 
Max Ehrlich & Sidney Slon. 
© l6Mar43; D83675. 6Apr70; 
R482383, 
Death from the sky, by Jack Hastings, 
Max Ehrlich & Sidney Slon. 
© 2Dec42; D8268I. 31Dec69; 
R476125. 
Death shoots an arrow, by Jack Hast- 
ings, Max Ehrlich & Sidney Slon. 
© 9Dec42; D82730. 31Dec69; 
R476126. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



THE SHADOW. -Con. 

The eyes of death, by Jack Hastings, 

Max Ehrlich St Sidney Slon. 

© 29Jan43; 033154. 4Feb70; R478505 . 
The glowing death, by Jack Hastings, 

Max Ehrlich & Sidney Slon. 

© 5Jan43; D82918. 4Feb70; R478498. 
The language of the dead, by Jack 

Hastings, Max Ehrlich & Sidney Slon. 

© 24Feb43; D83464. 2Mar70; R479885. 

The league of death, by Jack Hastings, 
Max Ehrlich & Sidney Slon. 
© 12Jan43; D82962. 4Feb70; R4785OO . 
The man who bought life, by Jack 
Hastings, Max Ehrlich & Sidney 
Slon. © 10Mar43; D83649. 6Apr70; 
P.4823S1. 
The mark of Cain, by Jack Hastings, 
Max Ehrlich & Sidney Slon. 
© 19Feb43; D83421. 2Mar70; 
R479884. 
The mystery of snake House, by Jack 
Hastings, Max Ehrlich Sc Sidney 
Slon. © 23Mar43; D83729. 6Apr70; 
R482385. 
Secret weapon, by Jack Hastings, Max 
Ehrlich & Sidney Slon. © 4Feb43; 
D83285. 2Mar70; R479880. 
The song of fear, by Jack Hastings, 
Max Ehrlich & Sidney Slon. 
© HFeb43; D833OI. 2Mar70; 
R479881. 
The touch of death, by Jack Hastings, 
Max Ehrlich & Sidney Slon. 
© 3Mar43; D83588. 6Apr70; 
R482379- 
SHUBERT ALLEY, a play for women by 
Mel Dinelli. Acting ed. © 22Mar43; 
D83771. Mel Dinelli (A); 6Apr70; 
R482298. 
SIR BRIAN HAD A BATTLEAXE, a play in 
three acts by Alvin Sapinsley. 
© 28jan4j; D83135. Alvin Sapinsley 
a.k.a. Alvin T. Sapinsley, Jr. (A); 
25Jun70; R486707. 
SKETCHOLOGY, for service shows; 

11 sketches by Frank Whitbourn, Billy 
Gray, Harold Bevir & Charles Embley. 
© 21Aug42; D82314. Frank Whitbourn 
& Charles Embley (A), Richard E. 
Bevir (C); l8jun70; R486177 ■ 
SKIN OF OUR TEETH; play in three acts 
by Thornton Wilder. © l8Dec42; 
D82849. Thornton Wilder (A); 3Mar70; 
R480231. 
SKULL MAN. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 
THE SNATCHING OF BOOKIE BOB, by Earl 
Baldwin. Based on story by Damon 
Runyon. © 29Apr43; D84109. Earl 
Baldwin (A); lMay70; R483557. 

SOCIETY AMAZONIA. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 

SOLILOQUY WITH DEATH; radio play by 
Arch Oboler. © lMay42; D8OO89. 
Arch Oboler (A); 30Apr70; R483664. 

SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS, by Herbert 

Fields, Dorothy Fields & Cole Porter. 
© 20Feb43; D83603 . Dorothy Fields 
(Al j 13Mar70; R480599- 

THE SONG OF FEAR. See 
THE SHADOW. 

SONG OUT OF SORROW, a biographical play 
on Frances Thompson in three acts, by 
Felix Doherty. © 30Apr42; D80240 . 
Reginald Felix Doherty (A); 9Apr70; 
R482196 . 

A SOUTHERN INTERLUDE; opera in two acts 
by William Grant Still; libretto by 
Verna Arvey. © 25Jan43; D762O6. 
William Grant Still (A); 26Jan70; 
R477382. 



SPRING FEVER; comedy in three acts by 
Stephan Bekeffi, translated by Hans 
Bart sen. © 7May42; D80156. Irene 
Palasty Bartsch (W) ; 6May70; R483914. 

THE STARS CATCH A SPY. See 
THE GREEN HORNET. N0.A-58O. 

THE STRANGE DR. DEVOLO. See 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 
STRANGEST FEELING, a comedy in one act 

by John KirkDatrick. © HDec42; 

D82830. John Kirkpatrick (A); 

22Jan70; R477739- 

STREAMLINED YOUTH, a comedy in 3 acts 
by Edwin Scribner. © 70ct42; 
D82127. Edwin Scribner (A); 15May70; 
R484974. 

STREETCAR IN THE ATTIC, a farce in 
three acts by Louis A Feldhaus . 
© 280ct42; D8256O. Louis A. Feldhaus 
(A); 6Feb70; R478641. 

STRIP FOR ACTION, a new show by Howard 
Lindsay & Russel Crouse. © 8jan43; 
D83324. Dorothy Lindsay (W) , An; 1 
Crouse (W), Timothy Crouse & Lindsay 
Ann Crouse (C); 22May70; R484941. 

SUB-DEB SUE, by Olive Price (Olive 
Price Cherryholmes) © 27Aug42; 
D81750. Olive Price Cherryholmes 
(A); 27Mar70; R481248. 

SUBWAY TO HELL. See 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 



TAKE FOUR EGGS, a comedy in 3 acts by 
Thomas Browne. © 10Apr42; D7985O . 
Thomas Browne (A); 30Mar70; R481597. 

TARES IN THE WHEAT, a country comedy in 
3 acts by J. 0. Francis. © 24Mar43; 
D8605O. Hilda M. Francis (NK); 
8Jun70; R485978. 

THEATRE, a comedy in three acts by Guy 
Bolton & Somerset Maugham. Based on 
the novel of the same name by Somer- 
set Maugham. © 6Aug42; D81594. Guy 
Bolton (A); 5Feb70; R478634 . 

THEATRE, by W. Somerset Maugham & Guy 
Bolton. © HApr42; D8O013. Guy 
Bolton (Al; 5Feb70; R478633 • 

THEY BURNED THE BOOKS, by Stephen Vin- 
cent Benet. © 19May42; D80417- 
Thomas C. Benet, Rachel Benet Lewis & 
Stephenie Benet Mahin (C); 12Feb70; 
R478441 . 

THEY BURNED THE BOOKS, by Stephen Vin- 
cent Benet. © l8Jun42; D81274. 
Thomas C. Benet, Rachel B. Lewis & 
Stephanie Mahin (C); 2Feb70; R4799H- 

THEY BURNED THE BOOKS, by Stephen 
Vincent Benet. © l8jun42; D81274 . 
Thomas C. Benet, Rachel Benet Lewis 
& Stephenie Benet Mahin (C); 12Feb70; 
R'+ 80189. 

THIS FREEDOM; thirteen new radio plays 
by Arch Oboler, with a foreword by 
Robert J. Landry; notes on acting & 
production by Arch Oboler. © 27Feb42; 
D79541. Arch Oboler (Al; 9Feb70; 
R478256 . 

THIS HAPPY BREED, a play in three acts 
by Noel Coward. © 29Apr43: D11120. 
Noel Coward (A); 4May70; R483477- 

THREE BLIND MICE. See 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 

THREE BROTHERS, a play in five acts by 
John Laurence Seymour. Based upon 
the romance Devereux, by Sir Edward 
Bulwer-Lytton. © 26May42; D80339. 
John Laurence Seymour (A) ; 19Jan70; 
R478291 . 



THUS PLAY I IN ONE PERSON MANY PEOPLE, 
a collection of twelve monologues by 
Marjorie Moffett. © 25Mar42; D8OI49. 
Marjorie Moffett (A); 5Feb70; R478636 . 

TIRES MEAN TROUBLE. See 

THE GREEN HORNET. No.A-570. 

TO THE STARS, a clay in three acts by 
Elmer Rice. © 24Apr42; D80O24 . 
Barbara Rice (W), Robert Rice, 
Margaret Cooper, John A. Rice, Judith 
Rice Sc Paul Rice (C); 31Mar70; 
R481780. 

TORPEDO ON WHEELS. See 

THE GREEN HORNET. No.A-583- 

TOUCH OF DEATH. See 

THE SHADOW. 
THE TREASURY STAR PARADE, edited by 

William A. Bacher, with an introd . 

by Henry Morgenthau, Jr. © 9Nov42; 

D83O65. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 

Inc. (PWH); 9Mar70; R480491. 

THE TRIAL, a radio comedy by Arch 
Oboler. © 22May42; D80290. Arch 
Oboler (A); 30Apr70; R483354. 

TWO MRS. CARROLLS, a play in prologue 
and three acts by Martin Vale, pseud. 
of Marguerite Veiller. Completely 
rewritten & rev. © 21Apr42; D79967- 
Charles W. Pettengill (E) ; 3Mar70; 
R480225. 



u 



UNCLE HARRY, a play in tnree acts by 
Thomas Job. © 23Nov42; D82565. 
Thomas M. Job & Ann B. Job (C); 
24jun70; R486460. 

UNDER THE CHRISTMAS TREE, by Irene 
Wicker & Beatrice Faber. © 13Nov42; 
D76193. Irene Wicker & Beatrice 
Faber (A); 12Jan70; R477191. 



V 



V FOR VICKIE, by Sig Herzig (Siegfried 
M. Herzig) © 27May42; D80340. Sieg- 
fried M. Herzig (A); 27Apr70; 
R483221- 

VIC AND SADE, by Paul Rhymer. 
© Mrs. Paul M. Rhymer (W) 5= Paul 
Parke Rhymer (C) 
June 11, 1942. © 24JU142; D81395- 

24Apr70; R483402. 
July 21, 1942. © 3Uul42; D8l46b. 

24Apr70; R483403. 
Aug. 12, 1942. © 21Sep42; D81925- 

24Apr70; R4834o4. 
Sept. 17, 1942. © 80ct42; D82110. 

24Apr70; R483407. 
Oct. 8, 1942. © 3Nov42; D82392- 

24Apr70; R483405- 
Nov. 17, 1942. © lDec42; D826OI. 

24Apr70; R483406. 

VICKIE, a farce in 3 acts by Siegfried 
M Herzig. (French's standard li- 
brary edition) © 29Apr43- D84412. 
Siegfried M. Herzig (A); 8May70; 
R486020, 

THE VOICE THAT CRIED KILL. See 
DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 



VOYAGEUR ET L 1 AMOUR. 
PETIT THEATRE. 



See 



w 



WACKY WIDOW, a riot of laughs in 3 acts 
by Charles George. © 28May42; 
DB0396. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
10Apr70; R482757- 



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1970 



RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



69 



WASHINGTON, D.C., by Moss Hart 8= George 
S. Kaufman. (In Revue sketches 
vaudeville comedy acts, vol. VII, 
comedy sketch book no.l) © 15Apr43; 
084173. Anne Kaufman Schneider (C); 
Uun70; R 486408. 

WASHINGTON, D.C, by Moss Hart & George 
S. Kaufman. (In Revue sketches vaude- 
ville comedy acts, v. 7, comedy sketch 
book no.l) © 15Apr43; D84173. 
Catherine Carlisle Hart (W) ; lMay70; 
R483679- 
WE HOLD THESE TRUTHS, a dramatic cele- 
bration of the American Bill of 
Rights, including an address by 
Franklin D. Roosevelt: text by Norman 
Corwin. ©27Feb42; D80093 . Crown 
Publishers, Inc. (PWH); 27Feb70; 
R478941 . 
WESTERN UNION, PLEASE, a comedy in three 
acts by Frances Goodrich & Albert 
Hackett. © 13Feb42; D79352 ■ Frances 
Goodrich 8c Albert Hackett (A); 6Feb70; 
R478640 . 



WHAT THE DEVIL, by Arch Oboler. 

© 170ct42; D82163. Arch Oboler (A); 
23Mar70; R481201 . 

WHEN DEAD MEN WALK. See 
DOC SAVAGE, MM OF BRONZE. 

WHEN YOU WERE SWEET SIXTEEN, the story 
of James Thornton, famous songwriter, 
actor, humorist. By Kathleen B. 
Thornton & William Tracey. © 29Dec4£; 
D82867. Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 
Inc. (PWH); 2Jan70; R475940. 
THE WIFE TAKES A CHILD, by Phoebe 
Ephron 8c Henry Ephron. © 25Jul42; 
DOI388. Phoebe Ephron Sc Henry Ephron 
(A); 17Apr70; R483314. 

WINDY WOLD, a play in one act by Dorothy 
Linsley (Dorothy Linsley Kilby) 
(French's acting edition, no. 1553) 
© 30Jun42; D81645 . Dorothy Linsley 
Kilby (A); 8Apr70; R482091 . 



YESTERDAY'S CAKES, a comedy in 3 acts 
by Geoffrey Nlles, pseud, of C. Ivan 
Hale. © Uul42; D81137 . C. Ivan 
Hale. (A); 26Jun70; R486753 . 

YESTERDAY'S TOMORROWS, a play in two 
acts by Paul J. Winkopp . © 31Aug42; 
D81720. Paul J. Winkopp (A); 
HMar70; R480520. 

YOUR LAND AND MINE, the story of our 
flag, a patriotic play-pageant in 
one act; book 8c lyrics by Ada Simp- 
son Sherwood, music by Lily Strick- 
land. © 10Jul42; D76153. Ada S. 
Sherwood (A) & Joseph Courtney 
Anderson (Wr of L. Strickland); 
26Jun70; R486824. 



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NAME INDEX 



An index to the names of authors and copyright claimants given in the main entries. 
Below each name are the titles under which the main entries are to be found. Re- 
newal registrations are identified by the symbol (R). 



ABC Pictures Corp. 

THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON'T THEY. 

Aaron, David E. 
JET SET. 
THAT'S THE WAY THE BALL BOUNCES. 

Abbazia, Michael J. 

GOLDILOCKS AND HER THREE BARES. 
OUR FATHER. 

Abernathy, Ralph David. 

INTRO. TO MLK, 25-03-65, STEPS OF THE 
CAPITOL, MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA. 

Abrahams, Herbert. 

A NICKEL FOR ST. PETER. (R) 

Abrash, Merritt. 
POSTSCRIPT. 

Abrashkin, Raymond. 

DANNY DUNN AND THE HOMEWORK MACHINE. 

Achterkirch, David B. 
THE SIGNERS. 

Ackerman, Harold. 
HOLMEYER'S BRIDGE. 

Ackland, Rodney. 

THE DARK RIVER. (R) 

Actor, Allen J. 

SPIRIT IN THE SKY. 

Adami, Giuseppe. 
THE SWALLOW. 

Adams, Patricia L. 
HOLIDAY POEMS. 

Adams, Steven George. 
UPPITY ALBERT MCGUIRE . 

Adelson, Judah. 

HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION, 1715 TO 
PRESENT. 

Adler, Gil. 

WHICH WAY THE WIND. 

Adler, Jack. 

THE WINDS OF CHANGE. 

Aertsen, Mary Geary. 
STARS AT YOUR FEET. 



Aeschylus. 
AGAMEMNON. 
THE EUMENIDES. 
THE LIBATION BEARERS. 
THE SEVEN AGAINST THEBES. 

Agay, Denes. 

ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES. (R) 
THE GOOSEGIRL. (R) 

Agg, Ernest Balfour. 
CURSE OF CAIRO. (R) 
HAPPILY EVER AFTER. (R) 
OPEN YOUR EYES. (R) 

Agg, Howard. 

CURSE OF CAIRO. (R) 
HAPPILY EVER AFTER. (R) 
OPEN YOUR EYES. (R) 

Agnes David, Sister, S.S.J. 
THE ART OF DRAMA. 

A'Hearn, Joan. 
THE OUTCASTS. 

Aichinger, Use. 
AUCKLAND. 

Ailster, Harry. 

SCRIPT FOR NINETY-NINE MINUTES OF 
RECORDING YOGA ALBUMS; CONDITIONING 
FOR YOGA. 

Albaneso, Pasquale V. 

FOUR PLAYS BY PASQUALE. 

Albertsen, d'Arcy Louise. 
FANTOCHE . 

Albertsen, Dorothea Louise. 
FANTOCHE. 

Albertson, Harry. 
SUMMERHILL. 

Alcarez, Jose. 

THE EMERALD SLIPPERS. 

Alexander, Dean, pseud. SEE Mallis, 
Constantine Alexander Hagi. 

Alkalay, David. 

TYRANNOSAURUS REX. 

Alkalay, Dina. 

TYRANNOSAURUS REX. 



Allen, Dayton. 

THAT'S THE BALL GAME, NO. 2. 

Allen, Jay Presson. 
FORTY CARATS. 

Allen, Jay Presson, trustee. 
FORTY CARATS. 

Allen, Woody. 

PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM. 

Allstate Electronics Co., Inc. 
UNPUBLISHED SALES LECTURE. 

Almo Music Corp. 
AQUARIUS AT WORK. 

AQUARIUS NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 
AQUARIUS PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
AQUARIUS WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 
ARIES AT WORK. 

ARIES NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 
ARIES PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
ARIES WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 
CANCER AT WORK. 

CANCER NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 
CANCER PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
CANCER WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 
CAPRICORN AT WORK. 

CAPRICORN-NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 
CAPRICORN PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
CAPRICORN WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF AQUARIUS. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF ARIES. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF CANCER. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF CAPRICORN. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF GEMINI. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF LEO. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF LIBRA. 
FOUR SEASONS OF PISCES. 
FOUR SEASONS OF SAGITTARIUS. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF SCORPIO. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF TAURUS. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF VIRGO. 
GEMINI AT WORK. 

GEMINI-NUMBERS-GEMS AND COLORS. 
GEMINI PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
GEMINI WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 
I KNOW YOU AQUARIUS. 
I KNOW YOU ARIES. 
I KNOW YOU CANCER. 
I KNOW YOU CAPRICORN. 
I KNOW YOU GEMINI. 
I KNOW YOU LEO. 



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Almo Music Corp. -Con. 

I KNOW YOU LIBRA. 

I KNOW YOU PISCES. 

I KNOW YOU SAGITTARIUS. 

I KNOW YOU SCORPIO. 

I KNOW YOU TAURUS. 

I KNOW YOU VIRGO. 

IN LOVE, AQUARIUS. 

IN LOVE, ARIES. 

IN LOVE, CANCER. 

IN LOVE, CAPRICORN. 

IN LOVE, GEMINI. 

IN LOVE LEO. 

IN LOVE, LIBRA. 

IN LOVE PISCES. 

IN LOVE, SAGITTARIUS. 

IN LOVE, SCORPIO. 

IN LOVE TAURUS. 

IN LOVE, VIRGO. 

LEO AT WORK. 

LEO NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 
LEO PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 

LEO WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 

LIBRA AT WORK. 

LIBRA-NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 
LIBRA PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
LIBRA WHERE WAS YOUR MOON 

PISCES AT WORK. 

PISCES NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 

PISCES PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 

PISCES WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 

SAGITTARIUS AT WORK. 

SAGITTARIUS NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 

SAGITTARIUS PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 

SAGITTARIUS WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 

SCORPIO AT WORK. 

SCORPIO NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 

SCORPIO PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 

SCORPIO WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 

TAURUS AT WORK. 
TAURUS NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 

TAURUS PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
TAURUS WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 

VIRGO AT WORK. 

VIRGO NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 

VIRGO PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 

VIRGO WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 

Altenbernd, Lynn. 

INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: PLAYS. 

Altaian 3 Herbert. 

A TOUGH GIG - DIRTYMOUTH. 
Altaian, J. H. 

DON'T ASK ME WHY. 
Altschuler, Alice. 

NO PLACE FOR ANGELS. (R) 

Alvarez, Aramls. 
DIAS SIN HORAS. 

Amato, Antoinette Joan Zappa. 
EACH DAY I SING. 

American Assn. of University Women. 

RISK DISK. 
American Center for Stanislavski 

Theatre Art, Inc. 
THE CHERRY ORCHARD. 
American Genius Society. 

JUST A MOMENT. 
American Salesmasters, Ltd. 

[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 
RECORDINGS] 

THE BEST OP AMERICAN SALESMASTERS. 

American Society of Chartered Life 
Underwriters . 
COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS. 
COMPLICATIONS IN HUMAN COMMUNICATIONS 
THE TECHNIQUE OF THE SALE. 
Amie Associates, Inc. 

REDISCOVERY OF AFRICAN HISTORY. 
Amram, David. 

THE FINAL INGREDIENT. 
Andersen, Elizabeth. 

STRAIGHT AND STRUNG-OUT. 
Andersen, Hans Christian. 
THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 
SEE THRU. 

Anderson, Alan H. 

THE EVE OF ST. MARK. (R) 

Anderson, Carl Edward, Sr. 
MR. EAGLE AND MR. CROW. 
MR. LAND TURTLE MEETS HIS COUSIN. 



Anderson, Gilda Oakleaf. 
THE EVE OF ST. MARK. (R) 

Anderson, Jettie Jessie. 

DAD'S OLD FLAME. 
Anderson, Joseph Courtney. 

YOUR LAND AND MINE. (R) 

Anderson, Maxwell. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 3. 
THE EVE OF ST. MARK. (R) 

Anderson, Odle. 
TRIAL OF GOD. 

Anderson, Patrick T. K. 
IN THE BLACK OUT. (R) 

Anderson, Quentin. 

THE EVE OF ST. MARK. (R) 

Anderson, Renate Fleischer. 
GOOD LUCK, MEAGAN. 

Anderson, Sherwood. 
I'M A FOOL. (R) 

Anderson, Terence. 

THE EVE OF ST. MARK. (R) 

Angeles, Cristo Dooleigh, pseud. SEE 
Mallis, Constantine Alexander Hagi . 

Anglin, Basile H. 
DANDY DICK. (R) 

Anouilh, Jean. 
ORNIFLE. 

Antar, pseud. SEE Rowelli, Anthony. 

Antebi, Sidney S. 

THE SEVEN DAYS OF SHIVA. 

Anthony, Tony. 
BILL JACK. 
COME TOGETHER. 

Applegate, Beth M. 
THE CEDAR KNOT. 

Appling, Harold. 

FOWL IN THE BARNYARD. 

REBELS AND BUGS, THE OLAGALO AFFAIR & 
THE PROPHET NAT. 

Appling, Wynn, pseud. SEE Appling, 
Harold . 

Aprizian, Mia. 

THE LAST RASPBERRY. 
Apstein, Theodore. 

MANANA IS ANOTHER DAY. ( R) 

Apton, J. E., pseud. SEE Lauinger, 
Joan E. 

Arc Music Corp. 
PUT IT BACK. 

Archibald, Mary Elizabeth. 

A DESIGN FOR PROMOTIONAL EFFORTS. 
A RIVER CULTURE LECTURE SERIES. 
Arcudi, Domenick. 
CASEY AT THE BAT. 

Arcudi, Gene. SEE Arcudi, Domenick. 

Arcudi, Pasquale. 
CASEY AT THE BAT. 

Arioso Productions, Inc. 
AN INTRODUCTION TO OPERA. 

Aristophanes. 

FOUR MAJOR PLAYS. 
IT'S FOR THE BIRDS. 

MAMA DON'T 'LLOW NO BANGING HERE NO 
MORE. 

Arkansaw Traveller Folk Theatre, Inc., 
Hardy, Ark. 
THE ARKANSAW TRAVELLER. 

Armament Dept., General Electric Co. 
SEE General Electric Co. Armament 
Dept. 

Armstrong, April Oursler. 
LOVE, HONOR AND OBEY. (R) 



Armstrong, Charl. SEE Lewi, Charlotte 
Armstrong. 

Armstrong, John F., Jr. 
BLUE WILLOW GARDEN. 

Arndt, Eldora Johnson. 
EXPEDITION. 

Arnold, Alan H. 
REVOLUTION . 

Arnold, Newton Dennis. 

THE HAPPIEST MADAM IN THE WORLD. 

Arnstein, Felix G. 
EYES. 

Arrabal, Fernando. 

DEUX OPERAS PANIQUES. 
THEATRE V. 
THEATRE IV. 
THEATRE VI. 
THEATRE III. 

Arruzza, Ralph Rocco. 
THE WHISTLE. 

Arthur, Fred H. 

TAKE ME TO YOUR LADDER 
THEY SOLD IT. 

WE'RE CHECKING OUT ON FRIDAY. 
YOU DON'T LOVE ME, GEORGE. 

Artmann, H. C. 
DAME KOBOLD. 
GEORGE DANDIN. 
DER PRIX MARTIN. 

Artz, Robert E. 

TELL ME DINKY, DO YOU BELIEVE IN 
HATE AT FIRST GLANCE. 

Aruffo, Laura Rhoads. 
THE JOURNEYS OF MARY. 

Arvel, A. N., pseud. SEE Gierlach, 
Paul Joseph. 

Arvey, Verna. 

A SOUTHERN INTERLUDE. (R) 

Asbrand, Karin. 
FOSTER'S FORMULA. 

Askey, D. E. 
WE MURDERERS. 

Athans, Efthimios, pseud. SEE Poulos, 
Thomas G. 

Atkins, Annie Bell. 

THIS LONELY WORLD OF MINE. 

Atkins, Fred. 

PLEASE DON'T TAKE YOUR PICTURES. 
TIME TO REALIZE. 

Atlanta's University Afro Actors Guild. 
LIFE AND WORKS OF MARTIN LUTHER KING 
JR. ' 

Aubrey, Richard. 

A TOWN CALLED BASTARD. 

Audication, Inc. 

BASIC COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE. 

Audio-Books International, Inc. 
A.B.I. MUSIC TEXT. 

Audio Visual International Corp. 

Look/Listen & Learn Subsidiary. SEE 
Look/Listen & Learn. 

Augier, Emile. 
PLUMS. 

Aulenbach, Gerald L. 

SIR KENT OF BUCKINGWENT. 

Austen, Jane. 

PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. (R) 

Avakian, Lindy V. 

JAPAN'S EXPLOITATION OF AMERICAN 
JUDO AND ASSOCIATED MARTIAL ARTS. 
Avi Associates, Inc. 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 

Axium, Editions. 
FAUST . 



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Aylward, June. 
GORGO & R0R0K. 

Ayre, Robert. 
MR. SYCAMORE. 



B 



Bt 4 E Enterprises. 
PASADENA-PART II. 

Babb, Maura, pseud. SEE Walker, 
Maurine. 

Babel, Isaac. 

ENTRE CHIEN ET LOUP. 

Bacher, William A. 

THE TREASURY STAR PARADE. (R) 

Baer, Michael Lawrence. 

KEEP THE FAITH, BABY. 
Bailey, Harry P. 

THE BLIZZARD OF '88. 

Bailey, Wilber E. 
CABRERITA. (R) 
LAS CONVULSIONES . (R) 

Baisley, Frederick Roger, Sr. 
WALL OF SHAME. 

Baker, E. Irene. 

THE LAKE GUNS OF SENECA AND CAYUGA 
AMD EIGHT OTHER PLAYS OF UPSTATE 
NEW YORK. (R) 

Baker, H. 

THE MISER. (R) 

Baker, Harland Lee. 
LADYBIRD: LADYBUG. 

Baker, Herbert, pseud. SEE Abrahams, 
Herbert. 

Baker, Sibyl Evans. 
IN GAY HAVANA. (R) 

Baker (Walter H.) Co. ■ 
ALWAYS MARRY A BACHELOR. 
CROSS-WALK. 
FOSTER'S FORMULA. 
FOUR IN HAND. 
WITHOUT A DOUBT. 

Baldwin, Earl. 

THE SNATCHING OF BOOKIE BOB. (R) 

Baldwin, Joseph B. 

TRANSPORTATION AND UNMARKED GRAVES: 
THE FURY OF THE BLOOD IN THE 
GROUND. 

Bale, Roger G. 
GLORIA . 

Ballard, Everett V. 

DRAMATICO-MUSICAL COMPOSITION ON 
JINGLE BELLS. 

Ballard, Martha F. 

DRAMATICO-MUSICAL COMPOSITION ON 
JINGLE BELLS. 

Ballivet, Suzanne. 
FANNY. 

Banac ki , Raymond . 

BEAUTY PRODUCTS HERE. 

Bank of America. 
SHOPPING CENTER. 

Bantam Books, Inc. 

AVANT-GARDE DRAMA: MAJOR PLAYS AND 
DOCUMENTS POST WORLD WAR I. 
TRAGEDY, TEN MAJOR PLAYS. 

Banzet, Janet. 

THE ROCKING-HORSE GIRL. 

Barab, Seymour. 
ALWAYS ARGUING. 
BRAGGARTY RABBIT. 
A KISS FROM ALICE. 
THE LORDLY LION. 
WHAT WILL THE NEIGHBORS SAY. 

Barasch, Norman. 
BEGINNER'S LUCK. 



Barba, Harry. 

ALL OF US (AND ALL OF THEM) TOGETHER. 

Barbour, Malcolm. 
FOREIGN BODIES. 

Barbour, N. H. 

PLAYING WITH FATE, NIKULA. 

Barca, Pedro Calderon de la. SEE 
Calderon de la Barca, Pedro. 



SEE Rio, Ramon 



Barco, Ramon del Rio. 
Bar co del. 

Barillet, Pierre. 
FORTY CARATS. 



Barker, Bruce Elliott. 

THE MESSIAH IN ABEL OLIVER. 

Barks, Herbert B., Jr. 
OUR FATHER. 

Barlow, Anna Marie. 

A LIMB OF SNOW, AND THE MEETING. 

Barlow, Howard. 

LECTURES ON ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTING. 

The Barnaby Oooge Retaliation, pseud. 
SEE Perron, Lee Allen. 

Barnes, Dorothy Byers. 

EVERYTHING IN ITS SEASON. 
NAOMI'S BLESSINGS. 
WHERE RAINBOW ENDS. 

Barnes, Earl. 

THE VANISHING HORIZONS. 

Barnes, George. 

GUITAR APTITUDE TEST. 

Barnes, R. G. 

THREE SPANISH SACRAMENTAL PLAYS. 



SEE Browning, 



Barrett, Elizabeth. 
Elizabeth Barrett. 

Barrett, Martin T. 
THE MCCLUER PLAN. 

Barringer, John R. 

COMPETITION IS THE NAME OF A VERY 
BAD GAME. 

Barris, Alex. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 



SEE Kauffman, 



Barry, Spranger, pseud. 
Stanley. 

Bartel, Paul. 
MIXED NUTS. 

Bartels, John Robert. 
STREETS 8c DREAMS. 

Bart f eld, Charles I. 

CONTRIBUTION TO RESULTS ANALYSIS: A 
NEW APPROACH TO THE ANALYSIS OF 
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS. 

Barth, John. 

THE FLOATING OPERA. 

Barton, Peter Blake. 
DAWN SONG. 



Bartsch, Hans. 
SPRING FEVER. 



(R) 



Bartsch, Irene Palasty. 
SPRING FEVER. (R) 

Bassen, Michael G. 
IT'S ABOUT TIME. 

Bates, H. Jack., pseud. SEE Jackson, 
Harold 0. 

Batiste, David. 

FUNKY SOUL, PART 2. 

Baudhuin, Neil. 

MISSION: POSSIBLE SCRIPT. 

Bauer, Robert James. 

A CATECHESIS OF THE MASS. 

Baum, Stanley Allen. 
NICK OF TIME. 



Bayer, Leo. 

ANYONE SEE MISS APTHORP. 
BOMBO WAS IN BANGOR. 

Bayrouty, Richard M. 
HALLOWEEN HORROR. 

Bayse, William Gerald. 

TV OR TELEVISION AUCTION PRODUCTION. 
Beardsley, Sheila. 

LOOK INSIDE. 

Beaumont , Jeanne . 

JONAH, THE DISOBEDIENT PROPHET. 

Becker, Vernon. 
INGA, II. 

Becsi, Kurt. 

DIONYSISCHE TRILOGIE. 

Beebe, Richard. 

THE CREDIBILITY GAP. 

Begun, Jeff S. 
MONDO GOLDFARB. 
SATIRE OF THE CONCEPTION CORPORATION. 

Behr, Ricki. 
COMPANY, 

Behrman, S. N. 

THE PIRATE. (R) 
Beim, Norman. 

THE DISINTEGRATION OF DELLA LONG- 
STREET. 
IDA THE INDOMITABLE. 

Beisel, Conrad. 

VORSPIEL. 

Bekeffi, Stephan. 
SPRING FEVER. (R) 

Belcher, Mary Madeline. 
OH, SAY! CAN YOU SEE. 

Belknap, Allen R. 
SALOME. 

Belknap, Jonathan T. 
SVOLACH. 

Bell, Alladine. 

COLLECT ON DELIVERY. (R) 
DAISIES ON THE CAR TRACKS. (R) 

Bell, Amy R. 

ANOTHER TIME, ANOTHER EDEN. 
THE SOUND OF A DIFFERENT DRUM. 

Bell, Daniel. 

MAN AND THE MACHINE: PROSPECTS FOR THE 
HUMAN ENTERPRISE. 

Bell, Mary Ellen. 
_ CHRISTMAS IS REMEMBERING. 
Bellamy, Jack Logan. 

THE MERRY WIVES OF HOTMATDU. 

Bellantonio, David Daniel. 

CLOISTERED IN A NICHE. 

RERUN. 

THE WEIGHT. 

Bellinghiere, Joseph J., Jr. 
THE LITANY OF MOLOCH. 

Bellvis, Guillen de Castro y. SEE 
Castro y Bellvis, Guillen de. 

Belwin-Mills Pub. Co. 
THE ISLAND GOD. (R) 

Bemberg, George. 

WANTING . 

Bemelmans, Ludwig. 
HOTEL SPLENDIDE. (R) 

Bement, Anne Gibson. 

CHICAGO ONE. 
Benedetto, Marcello Di. 

GENNARO CAMPANA. 

Benedict, Stewart H. 
ALCESTIS . 

Benenson, Thomas. 
BIRDS SHOULD SING. 



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Benenson, Thomas Ralph. 

THE BEAT OF A DIFFERENT DRUM. 
MR. BAGGY PANTS. 

Benet, Stephen Vincent. 
CHILD IS BORN. (R) 
THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER. (R) 
SCRATCH. 
THEY BURNED THE BOOKS. (R) 

Benet, Thomas C. 

CHILD IS BORN. (R) 
THEY BURNED THE BOOKS. (R) 

Benfante, Ignazio. 
COME, LIVE WITH ME. 

Benjamin, Jerome . 
FIRST LOVE. 

Benmar Productions, Ltd. 
A TOWN CALLED BASTARD'. 
Benn (Ernest) Ltd. 
LOVE FOR LOVE. 

Bennett, John M. 
PRAISE OF LIFE. 
A SERMON FOR CHRISTMAS. 
THE TRIAL AND DEATH OF SOCRATES. 

Bennett, Joyce Ann. 

TO VENUS WITH LOVE. 
Bennett, Richard Rodney. 

VICTORY. 

Bensol, Oscar. 

BATMAN: THE JIGSAW JEOPARDY. 
BATMAN: WRATH OF THE RIDDLER. 

Benson, Clara M. 

PROFESSOR HIGGINS JOINS THE SPACE 
RACE. 

Bentley, Byron. 
ORANGE AND GREEN. 

Bentley, Eric. 
HAPPY END. 

Bentz, Walter Cosby. 

A STUPENDOUS MAYAN SPECTACLE. 

Benz, Hamilton. 
HEROINE. 

Bercovici, B. S. 

JIM DANDY. 
Bercovici, Sidney W. 

JIM DANDY. 

Berg, Cherney. 

THIRD FROM THE SUN. 

Berger, Ernest Andrew, Jr. 
GREY SHARK. 

Berger, Hilda R. 

UP IN THE BRANCHES. 

Berger, Jan. 

LISTEN, BLACK MAN. 

Berger, Robert. 
IN THE GARDEN. 

Berger, Mrs. w. M. SEE Berger, Hilda R. 

Bergland Verlag. 

DIONYSISCHE TRILOGIE. 

Berkowitz, Naomi Judith. 
NJG. 

Berraan, Mark. 
JOGGING. 

Bernard, Kenneth. 
NIGHT CLUB. 

Berneis, Peter. 
INDIGO. 

Berninger, Louis M. 

GARDENING ILLUSTRATED. 

Berns, Julie Taradash. 
ALBUQUERQUE SHALOM. 

Bernstein, Alan. 

ON THE SEVENTH DAY. 

Bernstein, Melvin H. 

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF JOHN JAY 
CHAPMAN. 



Bernstein, Samuel J. 

OUR HERO. 
Berry, Jack. 

YOU CAN LEARN TO STOP SMOKING WITH 
HYPNOTISM. 

Berry (Jack) Enterprises, Ltd. 

YOU CAN LEARN TO STOP SMOKING WITH 
HYPNOTISM. 

Berry, Newton. 
TREASURE ISLAND. 

Berry, Sylvia. 

THE ACCIDENT AT COLUMBIA LAW. 

THE BROTHERS. 

THE INTERESTS OF THE DEAD. 

Bertram, Jack. 

LARGE TIME-SHARING NETWORKS. 

Bertucelli, Leo. 

FALL OUT OF A DREAM. 

Beslow, William S. 

TELEVISION COMMERCIAL FOR EXCEDRIN. 

Besmanoff, Richard. 
BLOCK-12. 

Bethell, Nicholas. 

THE LOVE-GIRL AND THE INNOCENT. 

Bevans, Marvin Jules. 
THE ROOMMATES. 

Bevill, Felton Lee. 

A SOLDIER'S LAST PRAYER. 

Bevir, Harold. 

SKETCHOLOGY. (R) 

Bevir, Richard E. 
SKETCHOLOGY. (R) 

Beylair, Ed. SEE Hoeltz, Edward 
Beylair. 

Bickow, Joanne S. 

HOME IS WHERE THE HEADACHE IS. 

Biddle, Stephen. 
QUANTRILL. 

Biesantz, Barbara Sylvia. 
MARCELLA. 

Bill, Emil N. 

CHRISTMAS IN A BARN. 

Billboard Publications, Inc. 
GUITAR APTITUDE TEST. 
POPULAR, FOLK AND ROCK GUITAR COURSE. 

Billias, Stephen W. 
ON. 

Billman, Larry. 
FANNY HILL. 

Binder, Elliot. 

JUST CALL ME BUDDY. 

Bingham, Susan Hulsman. 
THE MOD DONNA. 

Bishop, Thomas. 

L ' AVANT -GARDE THEATRALE . 

Bissell, Elaine. 

ACROSS INTO TWILIGHT. 

Black, M. L. 

OUT OF THE MAELSTROM. 

Black, Ngri, pseud. SEE Briggs, 
Archie A. 

Black, Robert Neal. 
LOVE ON A DARK NIGHT. 

Black, Ruth M. SEE Knepp, Ruth M. 
Black. 

Blac kman , Charle s . 

THE ART OF ENSEMBLE PLAYING. 
THE MAGIC OF MUSIC. 
MUSIC IN OUR DAILY LIVES. 

Blacksmith, L. George. 

WAPASA, YOUR PEOPLE REMEMBER YOU. 
Blake j Gary, 

FIRST CLASS, COACH OR ECONOMY. 



Blake, William Dorsey. 

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE REVOLUTION, 
DADDY. 

Blanchet-Booker, Janine . SEE Booker, 
Janine, Blanchet-, 



Bleich, Jolene. 
Bleich. 



SEE Goldenthal, Jolene 



Blelock, Thornton Jones. 

INTERIM OF THE UNICORN IN AN ELEC- 
TRONIC GOWN. 

Blelock, Mrs. W. W. , Jr. 

INTERIM OF THE UNICORN IN AN ELEC- 
TRONIC GOWN. 

Blick, Van. 

OUR LAND IS FREE. 

Bloch, Adele. 

ENTRE CHIEN ET LOUP. 

Bloch, Bertram. 

CROWN OF NETTLES. 
Bloch, Pedro. 

THE HANDS OF EURYDICE. 

Bloomfield, George. 

TALKING OF MICHELANGELO. 

Blumenfeld, Lenore. 
DOOR & GUN. 

Blumenkranz, Solomon Karl. 
FULTON'S FRIGATE. 

Blutneyer, John Edward. 
AEGEUS . 

Blyth, Edmund Kelly. 
GALILEO. (R) 

Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford 
Junior University. SEE Stanford 
University. Board of Trustees. 

Boatner, Edward H. 
BLACK ROOTS. 

Bobrick, Sam. 

NORMAN, IS THAT YOU. 

Bock, Frank G. 

THE RELUCTANT KNIGHT. 

Bock, Gustav. 
LOVE AGAIN. 

Bodley, Roger W. 

EARTH SCIENCE LESSON 1, KNOWING 
ROCKS. 

ELECTRICITY LESSONS 1-1» . 

MACHINES LESSON 1, LIFTING WITH 
LEVERS . 

MAGNETISM LESSONS 1-k . 

MEASUREMENT; MEASURING WITH CENTI- 
METERS & MEASURING LENGTH IN INCHES. 

TELLING TIME. 
Bodley Head, Ltd. 

THE LOVE-GIRL AND THE INNOCENT. 

Bohlool, Janet Ruth. 
LIBRARY ORIENTATION. 

Bohnsack, Ruth Evelyn (Alter) 

AN INSPIRATION FOR RESURRECTION. 

Boland, Gene. 

IS JESUS STILL KEEPING THE STORE. 

Bolden, Isaac, SEE Soul Sound Pub. Co. 

Bologna, Joseph. 

MADE FOR EACH OTHER. 

Bolte, Carl E., Jr. 

GIVE 'EM HELL, HARRY. 

Bolton, Guy. 

A MAN AND HIS WIFE. 
THEATRE. (R) 

Bolton, Muriel Roy. 
HOME TO MOTHER. (R) 

Bolton, Robert R. 
THE BIGOTS. 



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Bolton, Rueven, pseud. SEE Bolton, 
Robert R. 

Bonanno, John. 
HEH. 

Bond, Edward. 

NARROW ROAD TO THE DEEP NORTH. 

Bonetti, Gluseppl. 
TRAM0NTO REGALE. 

Bonnard, Robert Andrew. 

HOMER'S ILIAD: A MODERN TRAGEDY. 

Booker, Janine, Blanchet-. 
LA MAISON DES CASTILLON. 

Boone, William Bruce, Jr. 
FUCKED-UP. 

Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. 
ALWAYS ARGUING. 
BRAGG ARTY RABBIT. 
A KISS FROM ALICE. 
THE LORDLY LION. 
WHAT WILL THE NEIGHBORS SAY. 

Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers, Ltd. 

NUMANCE. 
Booth, Robert Brian. 

THE GIRL WHO BOUGHT A PIANO. 
Borishj Elizabeth Perkins. 
HEAVEN IS DEEP. (R) 

Bornstein, Ruth Green. 
MY BABY. 

Borrowdale, Kenneth E. 
IN VICTORY, DEFEAT. 

Bosboom, Florence. 
THE DROP -IN. 

Bosboom, Tata . SEE Bosboom, Florence . 

Boud, Dttight W. 
END. 

Boulgakov, Mikhail. 

LE MAITRE ET MARGUERITE. 

Boullion, Norman John. 

MY FASCINATING ADVENTURES. 

Bourgeade, Pierre. 
LES IMMORTELLES. 

Bourgeault, Monica E. 

LETS'S FLY WITH BOB BOURGEAULT. 

Bourgeault, Robert A. 

LETS'S FLY WITH BOB BOURGEAULT. 

Bourgois, Christian. 
DEUX OPERAS PANIQUES. 
THEATRE V. 
THEATRE IV. 
THEATRE VI. 
THEATRE III. 

Bourgois (Christian) Editeur. 

ALICE & DANS LES JARDINS DU LUXEMBOURG. 
L'AMIE ROSE. 
SUPER- POSITIONS. 

Boussinot, Roger. 
ROSE ET PRIMROSE. 

Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. 
President & Trustees. 
AEOLIAN PARTITIONS. 

Bowen, Elizabeth. 

ESCAPE TO TOMORROW. (R) 

Bowen, W. H. C, Sr. 
AMEN BROTHER. 

Bowers, Fredson Thayer. 
THE FARY KNIGHT. (R) 

Bowman, John A. 
BYRON. 

Boyar, Sully. 
REINDEER SHIT. 

Boyer, Bruce H. 

THE HOUSE OF BORGIA. 

Boyer, Norman Paul. 

A CRITICAL EDITION OF MUCEDORUS . 



Boykin, Edward. 

HAY- FOOT, STRAW-FOOT. (R) 

Boyle, Donald R. 
THE RACK. 

ROOM AT THE BOTTOM. 
THERE ' S A NEW DAY COMIN ' . 
TWO IN A SHOE. 
VICKY AND ME. 

Boyle, Thomas J. 

DYNAMIC VOICE FOR BOYS. 

Bradbury, Parnell. 

JOHNNY GET YOUR GUN. (R) 

Bradford, Benjamin. 
FLAVORS . 
THE GOATS. 

LETTIE'S IN THE KITCHEN. 
THE PURGATION LIST. 
A VICTIM OF THE SILENCE. 

Bradley, Winston Douglas. 
SIR. 

Bragg, Charles. 
WHO DID THAT. 

Bragg, Joseph H., Jr. 
MAKE A JOYFUL NOISE. 

Brainard, Ella-Mae. 
DON QUIJOTE. 

Brainerd, Grace. 

SECOND CHANCE. 

Brandon, James R. 

ON THRONES OF GOLD. 

Brasmer, William. 
BLACK DRAMA. 

Braun, Marlene Ada. 
THE IMMORTAL. 

Braun, Wilbur. 

KEEP 'EM TRYING. (R) 

Brazeal, Doris R. 
MINDY. 

Brecht, Bertolt. 

RISE AND FALL OF THE CITY OF 
MAHAGONNY . 
SAINT JOAN OF THE STOCKYARDS. 

Brecht, Bertolt. SEE Brecht, Eugen 
Berthold Friedrich. 

Brecht, Eugen Berthold Friedrich. 
HAPPY END. 

Bree, Germaine . 

TWENTIETH CENTURY FRENCH DRAMA. 

Breggar, Michael Mace. 
THE MOVIE AND THE SPY. 

Breitman, Michel. 
THEATRE . 

Brendle, Mary. 

BEYOND ILLUSION. 
Brenner, David Norris. 

BANTUBA? I CAN TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT. 

Brent, Marie. SEE Banzet, Janet. 

Bridegam, Mary Beth. 
HEIDI. 

Briggs, Archie A. 

MESSAGE FROM THE PEN. 
ZODIDE: MAKING OF A MURDERER. 

Bristol Productions, Inc. 
SINATRA. 

Britten, Benjamin. 
ALBERT HERRING. 

Britton, Ronnie. 
TWANGER. 

Britton, Theodore. 
CONGRESSMAN DENNEY. 

Brock, Ray M. 

WHO AM I? & WHO AM I, 2. 

Brod, Max. 
AMERIKA. 

Brodie, Barry Thomas. 
RIDE A COCK-HORSE. 



Brodsky, Marvin Alyn. 

TWENTY GEESE TO MAKE A FLOCK. 

Brody, Selma R. 
JOHNNY TREMAIN. 

Bromberg, Conrad. 
ACTORS . 
DR. GALLEY. 
FOG. 
TRANSFERS . 

Bronte, Diana Lydia. 

LITERATURE ON SOCIETY: THE UTOPIAN 
NOVEL IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. 

Bronte, Emily. 
THEATRE III. 

Brooks j Harvey, 

MAN AND THE MACHINE: PROSPECTS FOR THE 
HUMAN ENTERPRISE. 

Brooks, Howard. 

THE VERY BEGINNING. 

Brown, Bob. 

THE SUPERINTENDENT. 

Brown, George Wallace . 
DACE. 

Brown, J. 

THE LITTLE GROOVE MAKER ME. 

Brown, Jame s . 

LET A MAN COME IN AND DO THE POPCORN. 
A TALK WITH JAMES BROWN. 

Brown, Lucy Kennedy. 
THE BLUE-EYED GLASSES. 

Brown, Milton Mclntyre. 
SUZANNE. 

Br6wn, Ralph S., Jr. 

PROPERTY RIGHTS UNDER THE NEW TECHNOL- 
OGY. 

Brown (William C.) Co., Publishers. 
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 
TWELFTH NIGHT. 

Brown, William F. 

THE GIRL IN THE FREUDIAN SLIP. 

Browne, Thomas. 

IN THE BLACK OUT. (R) 
TAKE FOUR EGGS. (R) 

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. 
DEAR LOVE. 

Browning, Robert. 
DEAR LOVE. 
THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. 

Broyhill, Marvin Talmadge, III. 
JOHNNY POT. 

Bruce, R. R. 
REVOLUCION. 

Bruckner, Ferdinand. 
NATHAN THE WISE. (R) 

Bruner, Richard W. 
BAST A. 

JUAN VELEZ, A GOOD CITIZEN. 
MOSTLY POOR. 

THE STORY OF JOE, PT. 1. 
YOU ALL GOT TO LIVE. 

Bruner, Sean H. 

SONNY TERRY: A BETTER DAY. 

Brunetti, Mendor T. 
PLUMS. 

Bryan, Robert S. 

SUCK HONEY FROM THE ROCK. 

Buchanan, Hugh R. 

SAD RIDE TO PASCOGOULA. 

Buchwald, Art. 

SHEEP ON THE RUNWAY. 
Buckhantz, Allan A. 

THE MAGNIFICENT TRAVELS, ADVENTURES, 
CAMPAIGNS, LOVES, AND LIVES OF 
BARON MUNCHAUSEN. 

Buckley, Richard M. 
HIP MILES. 
PATRICK HENRY, THE GASSER. 



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Jan.-June 



Buckley, William F. , Jr. 
FIRING LINE. 

Buddha's Universal Church, San Fran- 
cisco. Research Council. 
AMITABHA AND THE MYSTERY OF A WOMAN'S 
MIND. 

Buddha's Universal Foundation, San 
Francisco. 

AMITABHA AND THE MYSTERY OF A WOMAN'S 
MIND. 

Buell, Wilfred Ross. 
YOU, MY ECSTASY. 

Bullins, Ed. 

IT BEES DAT WAY. 

Bullins, Ed. SEE Bullins, Edward Artie. 

Bullins, Edward Artie. 
FIVE PLAYS. 

Bullock, Jim. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George Earle 
Lytton, baron. 
THREE BROTHERS. ( R) 

Bunn , Sharon . 

ANAIS: THE VOICE OF A WOMAN. 

Bunuel, Rafael. 

THE CONFUSED SMITHS. 

17 BOXES. 

THE STREET HUT. 

Burack, A. S. 

FOUR- STAR PLAYS FOR BOYS. 

ONE HUNDRED PLAYS FOR CHILDREN. 

Burcel, Leo, pseud. SEE Bertucelli, 
Leo. 

Burg, David. 

THE LOVE-GIRL AND THE INNOCENT. 

Burian, E. F. 

DAS GUT STEPANTSCHIKOWO. 

Burlison, Mabel Lee. 
THE PROMISED ONE. 
Burnap, Raymond W. 

SUCCESSFUL LIVING THROUGH SYMBOLON- 
CYBERNETICS . 

Burnett, Anne Pippin. 
ION BY EURIPIDES. 

Burnett, F. H. 
FAUNTLERY. 

Burns , Bonnie . 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Burns, Eric. 
TOM SAWYER. 

Burns , Stan . 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Burns, Vincent Godfrey. 
OUR LAND IS FREE. 
WORLD ON FIRE. 

Burroughs, James Andrew. 
FRACTIONS . 
Burt, Johnny Josephj Jr. 

TRIPPING OUT: DRUG EDUCATION. 

Burte, Hermann, pseud. SEE Striibe, 
Hermann. 

Burton, Philip. 

SWEET EROS, NEXT AND OTHER PLAYS. 

Burwell, Richard E. 

IT'S NOT A KIDNAPPING, MRS. BIGELOW 
AND THAT OLD METAPHORICAL HURDLE. 

Buscemi, G. B. 

RAIN FOR A DUSTY SUMMER. 

Busch, Richard. 
BIRTHDAY. 

Bushnell, William H. , Jr. 
THE PRISONERS. 

Butler, Robert Olen. 
BOOTS IE AT COLONUS. 



Butterfield, Beldon. 
PRESIDIO. 

Byers, Burton. 

HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SPEECH - 
COMMUNICATION EXAMINATION. 

Byrd, Sam. 

THE DUPLIN STORY. 

Byrum, John W. 
COMEBACK. 



CCA. Creative Hatchery. 
LIKE-LIKE SERVICE. 

Cacciotti, Pat Power. 
THE PIECE PARTY. 
TROUBLES, ITALIAN STYLE. 

Cade, Robert B. 

THE CHANGING TIDE. 

Cafiero, Louis. 
THE DROPOUT. 

Caghan, Susan. 

CONSCIOUS AMD COMMITMENT. 

Cagiada, Giovanni Battista. 

TRAMONTO REGALE. 
Cain, John J. 

EVIL, EVIL. 

Calder (John) Ltd. 
PLAYS, VOLUME VI. 

Calderon de la Barca, Pedro. 
DAME KOBOLD. 

THEATRO ESPANOL DEL SIGLO DE 0R0. 
THREE SPANISH SACRAMENTAL PLAYS. 

Calitri, Princine. 
FOUR IN HAND. 

Campaux, Francois. 
LE CROCODILE. 

Campbell, Ge orge . 
HUMBUG. 

Campbell, George Mauro. 
THE CAT'S PAJAMAS. 

Campbell, Robert M. 

GHOST OF LILY FORTUNE. 
Campo, Frank Philip. 
THE MIRROR. 

Campton, David. 

A SMELL OF BURNING, AND THEN. 

Cantelon, Marvin Donald. 
■THE DUCHESS OF MONTEITH. 

C'apek, Karel. 

A BOOK OF DRAMA, 1. 

Capezzona, Donald. 

MAGGIE DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE. 
MR. AND MRS. GRACE. 

Caplan, Fern. 

THE LAST DAYS OF THE LOVE PLANET. 

Capobianco, Domenick. 
THE HUNTER. 

Caputo, Richard. 
MISSION OF TERROR. 

Caravan Theatre, Inc. 
HOW TO MAKE A WOMAN. 

Carbone, Walter. 

REFLECTIONS ON A LIFETIME SINCE. 

Carey, Josie. 

JOSEPHINE THE GIRAFFE. 

Carignani, Carlo. 

THE SWALLOW. 
Carle, Louis, pseud. SEE Epstein, 

Louis C . 

Carlo, Omar del. 

A NIGHT IN THE MIRROR. 

Carlson, James. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 



(R) 



Carlson, Raymond. 

UNCLE SAM WANTS YOU. 

Carlton, Leonard. 

TIPS ON TOVARISHCHI. 
Carlton, Natasha. 

TIPS ON TOVARISHCHI. 

Carole, Joseph. 
SEPARATE ROOMS. 

Carollo, Gloria. 

A DAY AT THE BEAUTY SHOP. 

Carr, Gary. 

HELP STAMP OUT FAIRPLAY. 



Carr, James Edward. 
THE THEOLILOGY. 

Carr, Thomas. 

ONCE UPON A STAR. 

Carril, Pepe. 

SHANGO DE IMA. 
Carrollj John A. 

POLLUTION. 
Carroll, John F. 

THE CHAMELEON. 

Carroll, Lewis, pseud. 
Charles Lutwidge. 

Carroll, Vinnette. 
BUT 'NEVER JAM TODAY. 



SEE Dodgson, 



Carsey, John. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Carson, Robert Paul. 
PIGEON PROOF. 

Carter, Donald Bruce. 
VOICES. 

Carter, Gardenia V. 
EBONY REVISITED. 

Carter, George Thomas. 

A SECOND CHORUS OF JENNY. 

Carter, Lonnie D. 

IS SHE IZZY, OR IZ HE AIN'TZY, OR IZ 
THEY BOTH. 

Carter, Paul C, Jr. 

YOU HAVE BEEN SET FREE. 

Carter, Woodrow W. 
EBONY REVISITED. 

Carton, Michael. 

THE JUDGMENT, THE GUEST AND THE 
ZODIAC. 

Caruso, Dick. 

[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 
RECORDINGS ] 

Caruso, Joseph George, Jr. 
FACADES . 

Cary, Falkland L. 

MURDER AT THE MINISTRY. (R) 

Case (J. I.) Co. 
THE BACKHOE STORY. 

Casebeer, Edwin F. , Jr. 

HOW TO SURVIVE IN COLLEGE. 

Casemore, Robert. 
CARE-A-VAN. 

Castle, Joseph. 

MISSION OF TERROR. 
Castner, Thomas David. 

THE GENERAL RELATIVISTIC CONUNDRUM. 

Castro y Bellvis, Guillen de. 
THE YOUTHFUL DEEDS OF THE CID. 

Catalono, Sol. 

TAKE 12/ACTION PLAYS. 

Catasus, Emilia Viera. 

YO NO ESTOY LOCA , DOCTOR. 

Catholic Youth Organizations, Arch- 
diocese of Newark. 

MORE PLAYS S: PAGEANTS FOR PARISH GIRL 
SCOUT TROOPS. 



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Caton, Nila Letitia. 

YOUR ASTROLOGICAL SIGN, DELINEATION 
AND DECANTER, COURSE 2. 

Catterson, Robert J. 

COMPETITION IS THE NAME OP A VERY 
BAD GAME. 

Catullus, Gaius Valerius. 
LYRIC POEMS OF CATULLUS. 

Causey, Alan Darrell. 
JULIA CAESAR. 

Cavalierl, Grace. 

HUSH, NO ONE IS LISTENING. 

Cavalli, Francesco. 
L'ORMINDO. 

Cavanaugh, James T. 
UNCLE VANYA. 

Cave, Lenora Webb. 

CONFESSIONS OF AN ADULTERESS. 

Cebulash, Mel. 

TAKE 12/ACTION PLAYS. 

Cedarstrom, Richard von. 
DIE FLEDERMAUS. 

Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc. 
INCOME TAX FOR UNCLE JED. 

Central Computer Corp. 

INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, 

PL/1 TAPE SCRIPT. 
REPORT PROGRAM GENERATOR (RPG) 

Ceravolo, Angeline. 

ACC AND THE HAPPY LETTERS. 
THE ANGELINE CERAVOLO CAPITAL METHOD 
OF TEACHING READING AND WRITING. 

Ceravolo, Rosemary. 

NEW METHOD OF LUGGAGE HANDLING ALSO 
KNOWN AS ROSEMARY'S FLYING LOCKERS. 

Ceravolo, William. 

NEW METHOD OF LUGGAGE HANDLING ALSO 
KNOWN AS ROSEMARY'S FLYING LOCKERS. 

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. 
NUMANCE. 

Cerveny, Edward W. 
THE PISAN CIRCLE. 

Chadwich, Patricia. 
HEIDI. 

Chambers, Jane. 

HERE COMES THE ICEMAN. 

Chandler Pub. Co. 

THREE SPANISH SACRAMENTAL PLAYS. 

Chan ska, Koukou. 

ENTRE CHIEN ET LOUP. 

Chapin, Louis. 

FRESCOS AT THE METROPOLITAN. 

Chapman, John. 
MY GIDDY AUNT. 
OH, CLARENCE. 

Chapman, John Jay. 

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF JOHN JAY 
CHAPMAN. 

Chappell & Co., Inc. 
TRIBUTE TO APOLLO. 

Charles, Martha Elizabeth. 
BLACK CYCLE. 

Charles, Richard, pseud. SEE 
Von Grahner, Richard Charles. 

Chase, Mary Coyle . 

MICKEY. 
Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich. 
THE CHERRY ORCHARD. 
THE CROSSPATCH. 
THE THREE SISTERS. 
UNCLE VANYA. 

Cherryholmes, Olive Price. 
SUB -DEB SUE. (R) 

Chesnoff, Richard Z. 
A.W.O.L. 



Chevally, Sylvie. 
MARIVAUX . 

Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp. SEE General Motors 
Corp. Chevrolet Motor Division. 

Chia, Jack T. 
WHEN. 

Children's Musical Plays, Inc. 
THE OLYMPIC GAMES. 

Childress, Alice. 

WINE IN THE WILDERNESS. 

Chilewich, Martin. 

REFLECTIONS ON A LIFETIME SINCE. 

Chilewich, Sandra. 

REFLECTIONS ON A LIFETIME SINCE. 

Chincilla, Carlos Samayoa. 
THE LIZARD. 

Christian Arts Co. 

SILVIA AND THE LIZARD. 

Christian Science Board of Directors. 
SEE First Church of Christ, Scientist, 
Boston. Board of Directors. 

Christina, Sonja, pseud . SEE 
Morris, Alisa S. 

Christopher-Gerard & Associates. 
BELL OF THE DRY GULCH SALOON. 

Chunksa Yuha. SEE Blacksmith, L. 
George. 

Cinar Productions, Inc. 
SIGN OF AQUARIUS. 

Clark, Ann. SEE Clark, Hannah Rath. 

Clark, Bertha Marie. 

THE INDOMITABLE ETHAN ALLEN. 

Clark, Catherine. 

DIALOGUE ON FAMILY PLANNING. 

Clark, George M. 

SAGA OF BWA'S BOEING 707 FLIGHT 65. 

Clark, Hannah Ruth. 
THE CACHE. 

Clark, Nanette. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO OPERA. 

Clark, Ronald. 

NORMAN, IS THAT YOU. 

Clarke, Patricia Willett. 

THIS IS MY LETTER TO THE WORLD. 

Clavel, Maurice. 
THEATRE. 

Clay, David M. 

THE WORLD IS ROUND. 

Clearman, Mary Hogeland. 
A BANG AND A WHIMPER. 

Clemens, Samuel Langhorn. 
HUCKLEBERRY. 
HUCKLEBERRY FINN. (R) 
THE MUSICAL ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER, 

THE GLORIOUS WHETEWASHER. 
TOM SAWYER, AMERICAN BOY. 

Clement, Daniele. 

EPITAPHE POUR GEORGE DILLON. 

Clement, Victor. 

THE PASSION AND ASCENT TO HEAVEN OF 
SAMUEL J. GARFINKEL, TAXICAB DRIVER. 

demons, John. 

CONFESSIONS OF A WITCH. 
Z-2 SEES IT THROUGH. 
Cleveland, James. 

AMAZING GRACE. 
Cloud Cookoo Songs, Ltd. 

THE ENTRY OF CHRIST INTO LIVERPOOL. 
SEE THE CONKERING HEROINE COMES. 
WINTER. 
Clower, Jerry. 
CITIZENSHIP. 
SOME FACTS AND SOME FICTION. 



Clyce Properties. 

HELP STAMP OUT FAIRPLAY. 

Coates, Marj'orie S. 

MAN. 

THE MUSTARD SEED. 

THE PIONEER. 

THE SEVENTH DAY. 

TRUTH. 
THE WINDS OF CHANGE. 

Cochran, Dewie, Jr. 

GRAND AND GLORIOUS ORDER OF THE HILL- 
BILLY DEGREE. 

Cocteau, Jean. 

RENAUD ET ARMIDE . (R) 

Code, Grant H. 

HAIL AND FAREWELL. 

Coester, Alfred. 
LA GRINGA. (R) 

Cohan, George M. 

THE CASE OF THE COOKIE JAR COOKIE. 

Cohen, Howard R. 
MONDO GOLDFARB. 
SATIRE OF THE CONCEPTION CORPORATION. 

Cohen, Marcia Fan. 
SLEEP ON THE ROOF. 

Coladarei, Arthur. 

HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SPEECH - 
COMMUNICATION EXAMINATION. 

Colby, Ursula S. 
EGMONT . 

Cole, Frank W. 

MINIMUM COST DRILLING. 

Cole (Frank W.) Engineering Co. 
MINIMUM COST DRILLING. 

Cole, Malvine. 
AS I WAS SAYING. 

Cole, William H. 
COLE'S WAR. 

Coleman, Herbert. 

THE PERILS OF PAUL LUTION. 

Coleman, James S. 

EDUCATION IN THE AGE OF COMPUTERS AND 
MASS COMMUNICATION. 

Colin Group, Inc. 
COUNTY FAIR. 

Coline , Constance . 

EPITAPHE POUR GEORGE DILLON. 

Collins, Canadia J. 

AN UNFINISHED, IMPULSIVELY WRITTEN AND 
NON-EDITED SPEECH BY A LENGTHILY MIS- 
IDENTIFIED AMERICAN CITIZEN'. 

Collins, Joseph B. 

SOMEWHERE IN THIS FAVORED LAND. 

Colodne, Carl. 

EVERYMAN, ARE YOU LISTENIN'. 

Comer, Bruce. 

AWAKE MOVE ON. 
Commerce Clearing House, Inc. 

CCH EXPLANATION OF THE TAX REFORM ACT 
OF I969, AUDILEX. 
Commercial Writers, Ltd. 

THE ROLE OF SCHOOL GUIDANCE IN RELA- 
TIONSHIP TO ECOLOGICAL EQUILIBRIUM. 

Commercial Writers, Ltd. SEE Rowelli, 

Anthony. 
Commire , Anne . 

BETTY MACDONALD. 
Company Theatre Foundation. 
THE EMERGENCE. 

Conception Corp. 
MONDO GOLDFARB. 
SATIRE OF THE CONCEPTION CORPORATION. 

Cohcorso, Mario. 

CODE NAME-HIPPY, CODE NAME -LOLLIPOP. 

Conde, A. R. 

BAY OF PIGS TO THE MELTING POT. 



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Jan.-June 



Congreve, William. 
LOVE FOR LOVE. 

Conley, Renie B. 

DRAMATIZE YOURSELF, USE THE TECHNIQUES 
OF THE STARS. 

Conlin, Joan A. 

RED ROLLO, THE MAN WHO LIVED IN A 
RED BALLOON. 
Conlin, Mrs. Walter, Jr. SEE Conlin, 
Joan A. 

Conner, Betty. 

ASHES-ASHES, ALL FALL DOWN. 

Connors, Canice. 

A LEAVE OF ABSENCE PROGRAM. 

Conrad, Joseph. 
FREYA. 
VICTORY. 

Consolo, Dominick. 
BLACK DRAMA. 

Constanduros, Michael. 
CURSE OF CAIRO. (R) 
OPEN YOUR EYES. (R) 

Consumers Union of U.S., Inc. 
REPORT TO CONSUMERS. 

Conway, Mrs. Otis. 
CASE OF NO DEFENSE. 

Coogan, Garth P. 

THE BEAST YEARS OF OUR LIVES. 

Cook, Alice D. 
LITTLE ONE. 

Cook, Mrs. Robert. SEE Cook, Alice D. 

Cooke, Frank E. 
CARRIE. 

Cooke, John B. 
FOOL OF PARIS. 

Cooney, Ray. 

MY GIDDY AUNT. 

Cooper, Gary De\«ayne. 
JOHN THE INNOCENT. 

Cooper, Margaret. 
TO THE STARS. (R) 

Copani, Peter. 

THE FIRST DAY OF US. 
THE SOLVER'S SECRET REVOLUTIONARY 
PIG. 

Corman, Avery. 

HYPE. 
Coronet Instructional Films. 
FAMOUS CHILDREN'S STORIES. 
GETTING ALONG IN SCHOOL. 
OUR COMMUNITY UTILITIES. 
SEEING THE ANDES COUNTRIES. 
SENTENCE PATTERNS. 

Corrin, Brownlee Sands. 
POLITICS AND LAUGHTER. 

Corwin, Norman. 

WE HOLD THESE TRUTHS. (R) 

Cosentino, Nicholas. 
HELLS ANGELS, EAST. 
TWO MEN, TWO WOMEN. 

Cosmatos, George Pan. 
MY FRIEND, MY ENEMY. 

Costello, Donald J. 
DO UNTO OTHERS. 

Cottington, Hazel L. 

THE HEAVENS KNOW MY LOVES. 

Coughlin, Noel T. 

WELCOME TO THE FUNERAL OF ONE OF US. 

Coult, Allan D. 
BLACK AND WHITE. 

Country Boy Pub. Co. 
THE CHRISTMAS PRAYER. 

Courshon, William Lewis. 
WAITING FOR THE RAIN. 



(R) 
(R) 

SEE Cox, Marie 



Courtney, Anne C. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 3. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 4. 

Cowan, George D. 
BRIAR PATCH. 

Coward, Noel. 

PRESENT LAUGHTER. 
THIS HAPPY BREED. 

Cox, Mrs. James M. 
Cerday. 

Cox, Marie Cerday. 

HISTORICAL INDIAN DRESS REVIEW. 
HISTORICAL INDIAN DRESS REVIEW 

PRESENTED FOR HASKELL INDIAN DRESS 

REVUE. 

Cox & Tanz Advertising Agency. 

FARMER DICK BARONE CHEVROLET- CHEVW AY 

LEASING. 
HATBORO FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. 
KUTNER BUTCK. 

Craig, Dorothy L. 

THE IDEAL READING SERIES. 

Craig, William R. 
DOGGIE IN THE BRIG. 

Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock. 
THE LITTLE LAME PRINCE. 

Crain, Harold C. 

THE WOMAN FROM MAXIM'S. 

Crane, Stephen. 

THE BRIDE COMES TO YELLOW SKY. 

Crawford, Christina. 

ASHES-ASHES, ALL FALL DOWN. 

Crawford, Jerry L. 

THE AUCTION TOMORROW. 

Crawford, John. 

I DON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT ART, BUT I 
KNOW WHAT I LIKE. 

Crawford, Mona. 

DON'T LAUGH, IT'S NOT FUNNY. 

Crawford, Richard. 
CAPTAIN MILKSHAKE. 

Crawley, Nell. 

BEHIND THE 8 BALL. (R) 

Crehore, Tom. 
GRASS ROOTS. 

Creighton, Anthony. 

EPITAPHE POUR GEORGE DILLON. 

Cremant, Roger, pseud. SEE Rosset, 
Clement. 

Criscuolo, James. 
JAMESEY. 

Crissey, Harrington E., Jr. 
LYRIC POEMS OF CATULLUS. 

Crivella, James V. 
NOW. 

Crocitto, Frank. 

THE BRIDE COMES TO YELLOW SKY. 

Cross, Albert W. 

LET ME COUNT THE WAYS. 
Cross, Aly. SEE Danolds, Alice C. 

Cross, Beverley. 

VICTORY. 
Crouse, Anna E. 

STRIP FOR ACTION. (R) 

Crouse, Lindsay Ann. 

STRIP FOR ACTION. (R) 
Crouse, Russel. 

STRIP FOR ACTION. (R) 

Crouse, Timothy. 

STRIP FOR ACTION. (R) 

Crowe, James. 

OF TIME REMEMBERED. 



SEE Larsen, Margaret 



Crowell, Gary A. S. 
W. C. 

Crowley, Margaret. 
Crowley. 

Crown Publishers, Inc. 

WE HOLD THESE TRUTHS. (R) 

Crowther, John. 

THE MARTLET'S TALE. 

Croy, Mae Savell . 
CATNIP LANE. 

Crozier, Eric. 
ALBERT HERRING. 

Crutcher, Gary. 

NOTHING BUT BODIES. 

Cueci, Frank. 

THE OFAY WATCHER. 

Cullum, Albert. 

GREEK TEARS & ROMAN LAUGHTER. 

Cultural History Research, Inc. 

BLACK LEADERS OF THE RECONSTRUCTION 

ERA. 
EVOLUTION OF THE BLACK UNIVERSITY. 

Cunningham, Robert Dale. 
DREAM PRINCESS. 

Cunnyngham, Phyllis. 
SCHULTZ IS DEAD. 

Curlee, Robert C, Jr. 
THE ROCK. 
TURN ON. 

Cur-ley, Daniel. 
OSIP. 

Curran, Joseph L. 
THE GAME. 

Curtis, James Neil. 
LET'S MAKE A SQUEAL. 

Curtis, Ron. 

GREAT AMERICAN DEEDS. 
GREAT AMERICAN DOCUMENTS. 
GREAT AMERICAN PATRIOTS. 
GREAT AMERICAN PLACES. 
GREAT AMERICAN SYMBOLS. 

Cusick, Thomas. 
THE CORRIDOR. 



D 



Dabney, Thomas. 

CROSS SECTION. (R) 

Daeger, Giles A. 

THE YOUTHFUL DEEDS OF THE CID. 

Dale, F. SEE Theatrical Playwrights 
Associates Corp. 

Dalton, David. 

MABINOGION. 
Damico, James. 

A TRICK TO END ALL. 
Damon, J. William T. 

WHITE MAN. 
Dancourt, Florent Carton. 

DANCOURT'S LE CHEVALIER A LA MODE: A 
CRITICAL EDITION AND A COMMENTARY 
ON THE PLAY. 

Danielewski, Tad Z. 

ROBIN. 
Danielewski, Tadeusz Z. 

NORBU. 
Daniels, Carol B. 

THE RELUCTANT KNIGHT. 

Daniels, June. SEE Friedenberg, June. 

Danko, Janina P. 

HANDWRITING ANALYSIS AND APPLIED 
PSYCHOLOGY FOR BEGINNERS. 

Danolds, Alice C. 
CEE TEE. 
LITTLE FISHERMAN. 



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D'arc, Johnny, pseud. SEE Sutton, 

Arthur J. 
Dare, Robert Gordon. 

JOURNEY TO DESTINY. 

Darling, Joan. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Daugherty, LeRoy. 
SUE. 

Daugherty, Mick. 

THE MOONLIGHT FILE. 

David, Allan. 

HUMPTY DUMPTY HAD A GREAT FALL. 

David, Marv. 

MCDONALD'S, WHERE IT'S HAPPENING. 

Davidson, George C. 

WILL THE REAL MAE WEST. 

Davidson, Herbert. 
JOHNNY TREMAIN. 

Davidson, John B. 
CINDERELLA . 
KING ARTHUR. 

Davidson, Michael. 
ROCK-A-BYE BABY. (R) 

Davidson, N. R., Jr. 

THE FURTHER EMASCULATION OF. 

Davidson, William F. 
BROTHER GOOSE. (R) 

Davis, D. Vernon. 

THE TROUBLE WITH MEN, IS WOMEN. 

Davis, Donald. 

I'LL BE WAITING, SOLDIER. (R) 

Davis, Kevin Robert. 
THE HEIR HUNTERS. 

Davis, Leslie Newell, Jr. 
WITHOUT ETHOS. 

Davis, Milburn. 
NIGHTMARE. 

Davis, Owen. 

I'LL BE WAITING, SOLDIER. (R) 

Davison, Jon R. 

PROMETHEUS UNSOUND. 

Dawson, Christopher M. 

THE SEVEN AGAINST THEBES. 

Dawson, Ronald S. 
IS THERE A HELL. 

Day, Frederic Lansing. 
HEAVEN IS DEEP. (R) 
NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT. 

Daylark Music, Inc. 

ARBOR DAY AND OTHER SIDE. 

IN MEMORIUM. 

LAMENT FOR MOTHER'S DAY. 

M. 

THE MOVEMENT: PART 1 & 2. 

PRIVATE PARTS AND THE JEWISH MYSTIQUE. 

SISTERS AND THE WORKMAN'S CIRCLE. 

Deal, Lanham. 

THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. 

DeaLevine, pseud. SEE Deal, Lanham. 

Dean, Leonard F. 
TWELVE GREAT DAYS. 

Deare, Abbe, pseud. SEE Rosen, Abbe 
Leona. 

De Blasi, Richard P. 
STATE. 

Deckert, George Lincoln. 

YOU JUST DON'T UP AND TELL. 

De Faro, Luiz Flavio. SEE Faro, Luiz 
Flavio de. 

Degar Music. 

ATTENTI, SCIENZIATI TROPPO ARDITI. 
IL CONTROLLO DELLE NASCITE. 



LO SCIENZIATO CHE NON RICONOSCE CHI 

L'HA CREATO. 
IL SIGNORE PARLA COL FIGLIO. 

Degenais, Tom. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

DeGrazia, Aleka Maria Diamos. 

THE STREET OF THE SAD INDIAN LASS. 

De Hartmann, Olga. SEE Hartmann, 
Olga de. 

De la Barca, Pedro Calderon. SEE 
Calderon de la Barca, Pedro. 

Delavan, Erin Macon, Jr. 
HOUSE BY THE STABLE. 

Delbanco, Nicholas. 
THE MARTLET'S TALE. 

DeLemos, George. 
THE REVOLUTION. 

Delevitt, Carolyn. 

THE PICNIC WAR AND OTHER PLAYS. 

Del Medico, Michael A. 

THE CASE OF THE COOKIE JAR COOKIE. 
THE INSPECTOR GENERAL. 

Del Solar, Daniel. 
STRAIGHT SHOOTER. 

DeLuca, Rudy. 

THE ANSWER TO LIFE. 

EVERYBODY IN THE BUS. 

HAPPINESS. 

QUESTIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE. 

De Marco, John. 

THE GUM-DROP TREE. 
PINK SIDE UP. 

De Maupassant, Guy. SEE Maupassant, 
Guy de. 

De Milia, Lorraine A. 

PLAYS FOR ECHO READING. 

De Montherlant, Henry. SEE Montherlant, 
Henry de . 

De Musset, Alfred. SEE Musset, Alfred 
de. 

De Musset, Paul. SEE Musset, Paul de. 

Denison (T. S.) & Co., Inc. 
CHRISTMAS IS REMEMBERING. 

Denker, Henry. 
THE HEART FARM. 
NEITHER ARE WE ENEMIES. 

Denning, Wade. 
CHANTEROO. 

Dennis, John. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 
BALD. 

Dennis, Laurence L,, pseud. SEE 
Prival, Lucien. 

Denoel, Editions. 
OPERETTE. 
THEATRE . 

Dento-Medical Tapes, Inc. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY. 

Dept. of Dietetics & Nutrition, Univer- 
sity of Kansas Medical Center. SEE 
Kansas. University. Medical Center. 
Dept. of Dietetics & Nutrition. 

DeRamus, Thomas Howard. 
A NEW DAY FOR AMERICA. 

Dermit, Edouard. 

RENAUD ET ARMIDE. (R) 

De Roo, Edward John. 

THAT'S WHERE ALL THE MONEY IS. 

DeRoy, Richard. 

AM I DOING THIS RIGHT. 

DeSario, Joseph P. 
DEPARTURE. 



De Seversky, Alexander P. 

ADDRESS BY MAJOR ALEXANDER P. DE 
SEVERSKY AT THE AIR WAR COLLEGE 
AND COMMAND & STAFF COLLEGE. 

SPEECH BY MAJOR ALEXANDER P. DE 
SEVERSKY AT SQUADRON OFFICERS 
SCHOOL, MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, 
ALABAMA. 

De Sola Pool, Ithiel. SEE Pool, Ithiel 
de Sola. 

Deutsch, Karl. 

DESIGNING ORGANIZATIONS FOR AN 
INFORMATION-RICH WORLD. 

De Valdiveilso, Josef. SEE Valdivielso, 

Josef de. 
be Veer, Elizabeth G. 

JOHNNY D. F. APPLESEED. 

THE RANSOM OF RED CHIEF. 

De Vega, Lope. SEE Vega, Lope de. 

Devine, Jerry. 

A FROG HE WOULD A-WOOING GO. 
ZZZAP. 

Devon, Alexandra, pseud. SEE Dixon, 
Saundra . 

Devon, Louis. 
PITFALL. 

De Weever, Godfrey Van Raven Bryce. 
THE SACRIFICE. 

Dharma Productions, Inc. 
SAMSARA . 

Diamos, Aleka Maria. SEE DeGrazia, 
Aleka Maria Diamos. 

Dias, Jorge. 

AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THREE PLAYS 
BY JORGE DIAS; REQUIEM FOR A SUN- 
FLOWER; THE SHIP IN THE BOTTLE; AND 
TOPOGRAPHY OF A NUDE. 

Diasio, Dan. 

THE LAUGHING FEATHER. 

Diasio, Richard L. 

THE LAUGHING FEATHER. 

Di Benedetto, Marcello, SEE Benedetto, 
Mar cello Di. 

Di Cicco, Frank J., Jr. 
A DREAM COME TRUE. 
WHO'S LAUGHING NOW. 

Dickens, Charles. 
A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 

Dickens, Charles John Huffam. 
DAVID COPPERFIELD. 

Diet Teaching Programs. SEE Stucky, 
Virginia Toews. 

DiGioia, Giuseppe. 
PAPA. 

DiLeo, Peter. 
HUSH ! HUSH ! 

Dill, Donald J. 
HALLOWEEN HORROR. 

Dillard, Pat. 

I WONDER. 
Dillman, Dean, Jr. 
CALL ME AUNTIE. 

Dinehart, Alan. 

SEPARATE ROOMS. (R) 

Dinelli, Mel. 

SHUBERT ALLEY. (R) 

Dinerman, Barry. 
MILLENNIUM. 

Dinne s , Nathan . 

TWO GUYS ON FORTY-SECOND STREET. 

Dirksen, Everett McKinley. 
TRIBUTE TO APOLLO. 

Disney (Walt) Productions. 
JOHNNY TREMAIN. 



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Dixon, Janice Thorne. 
THERE COMES A TIME. 

Dixon, Saundra M. 

CONFESSIONS FROM UNDERGROUND. 

Do/Bar Productions, Inc. 
RAIN FOR A DUSTY SUMMER. 

Doan (G. Carlton) Film Productions. 
THE MARVELOUS KEY. 

Dobrin, Ronald. 

A BIRTHDAY WITH FRIENDS. 

Dobris, Joel C. 
COPPER FUTURES. 

Dodds, Arthur E. 

NIGHT CREATURES, a SIX VIGNETTES. 

Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge. 
ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 
BUT NEVER JAM TODAY. 

Dodson, Owen. 

THE DREAM AWAKE. 

Doe, John, pseud. 

HOOT GIBSON IN THE YEAR 2000. 

Doherty, Reginald Felix. 
SONG OUT OF SORROW. (R) 

Dolan, Adam Edward. 

INSPIRATION INTO INSIGHT. 

Dollar, Joe W. 

A DATA CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM. 

Donaldson, Molly, pseud. SEE Pollock, 
Muriel . 

Donathan, Elyse D. 

AN EXPRESSION OF LOVE. 
HE WHO HAS AN EAR. 

Donati a Friends, Inc. 
THOU SHALT NOT (MAYBE) 

Dong, Donald D. 

WE WHO ARE ABOUT TO DIE. 

Donizetti, Gaetano. 

ANNA BOLENA. 

Donnan, Eileen. 
TRACE AND SAY. 

Donnelly, Elizabeth. 
THE CORRIDOR. 

Donnelly, Elizabeth N. 
THICKER THAN WATER. 

Donnelly, Francis E. 
THE COMMITTEE. 

Donnelly, William G., III. 
TRANSMISSION. 

Dori, pseud. SEE Wood, Dori. 

Dorin, Francoise. 
UN SALE EGOISTE. 

Dorn, Michael, pseud. SEE Moody, 
Michael Dorn. 

Doss, Barbara. 

CHOCOLATE CAKE DOESN'T SOLVE 
EVERYTHING. 

Doss, Mrs. Richard. SEE Doss, Barbara. 

Dostoevskii, Fedor Mikhailovich. 
CONFESSIONS FROM UNDERGROUND. 
THE GAMBLER. 

DAS GUT STEPANTSCHIKOWO. 
LA LEGENDE DU RETOUR. 

Douglas, William 0. 
NOT GUILTY. 

Douglass, Adrienne Moore. 

MARCOLFA, AND NOT ALL THIEVES ARE 
MISCHIEVOUS. 

Dragoti, Stan. 

DIRTY LITTLE BILLY. 
Drake, Alfred. 

LA BELLE HELENE. (R) 

Dramatic Pub. Co. 

THE COURT MARTIAL OF BILLY BUDD. 
PARTICIPATION TEXTS. 



Dreiblatt, Martha. 
THE WORD IS. 

Dreistadt, Roy. 

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNS FOR A COMBINED 
APPROACH TO CREATIVITY, DREAMS, AND 
EXTRA-SENSORY PERCEPTION. 

Drexler, Rosalyn. 

THE LINE OF LEAST EXISTENCE. 

Drey, Walter. 

MY AUNT ALICE. (R) 

Dreyfus Sales Corp. 

DREYFUS PORTABLE SALES SEMINAR. 

Drilea, Victor. 

A VOICE LESSON WITH VICTOR DRILEA. 
Drouin, Isabelle. 
FAUST . 

Druce, Arden. 

ANY MAN CAN BE A LADY KILLER. 

Drummond, A. M. 

THE LAKE GUNS OF SENECA AND CAYUGA 
AND EIGHT OTHER PLAYS OF UPSTATE 
NEW YORK. (R) 

Dryer, Bernard V. 

A DOCTOR ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT 
DRUGS . 

Dubillard, Roland. 

LE JARDIN AUX BETTERAVES. 

Durreranatt, Frledrich. 
TITUS ANDRONICUS. 

Duff in, Shirley Gregory. 
CAESAR'S WIFE. 
OSTRICH AND COMPANY. 
THE VINEYARD AND THE VINTAGE. 

Dukore, Bernard F. 

AVANT-GARDE DRAMA: MAJOR PLAYS AND 

DOCUMENTS POST WORLD WAR I. 
TRAGEDY, TEN MAJOR PLAYS. 

Dulzaides, Oscar. 
YO FUI VIOLADA. 

Dumdulie, M. G. 

SPOTS. 
Dunai, Ferenc. 

HURRICAN FOR HER SAKE. 

Dunn, Geoffrey. 
L'ORMINDO. 

Dunne, Murphy. 
MONDO GOLDFARB. 
SATIRE OF THE CONCEPTION CORPORATION. 

Du Pare, Yves Eric. 
VIVE LES FEMMES. 

Duplin County (N.C.) Historical Society. 
THE DUPLIN STORY. 

Durrell, Donald D. 

PLAYS FOR ECHO READING. 

Durston, David Edward. 

O.D. 
Dyer, Frank E. 

LET'S GO LATIN. (R) 

Dyke, Robert H. 
REVERSAL. 

Dyke, Thomas L. 
LIFE IN A DAY. 

Dynamic Motivation Institute, Visalia, 
Calif. 

DYNAMIC MOTIVATION. 
Dynaphonics, Inc. 

FUNDAMENTALS OF BANKING a FINANCE. 
Dynatone Pub. Co. 

LET A MAN COME IN AND DO THE POPCORN. 
Dvne, Michael. 

CHARISMA. 
D'Youville College, Buffalo. 

PREMATURE INFANT, HOME EVALUATION. 
THE ROLE OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE IN 
THE SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAM. 

D'Youville College, Buffalo. School 
of Nursing. 
PREMATURE INFANT, HOME EVALUATION. 



THE ROLE OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE IN 
THE SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAM. 



E 



Eager, Edward. 

LA BELLE HELENE. (R) 

Eager, Fritz. 

LA BELLE HELENE. (R) 

Eager, Jane. 

LA BELLE HELENE. (R) 

Eakin, Glen Byron. 

THE MACLEANS OF MARIN. 
Eastman, Fred. 

AMERICAN SAINT OF DEMOCRACY. (R) 

PREXY AND SON. (R) 
Eastman, Lila Morse. 

AMERICAN SAINT OF DEMOCRACY. (R) 

Eastman, Li 11a M. 
PREXY AND SON. (R) 

Eastman Kodak Co. 

PUTTING NEW EXCITEMENT INTO SCHOOL 
PICTURES. 

Easton, Sidney. 

LIFEBOAT NO. 13. (R) 

Economou, RoChelle Owens. 
HE WANTS SHIH. 
KONTRAPTION . 

Edelson, Barbara.' 

HOW TO MAKE A WOMAN. 

Edelson, Stan. 

HOW TO MAKE A WOMAN. 

Edgerton, Earle. 
HONEY, I'M HOME. 

Edition Meisel a Co., G.M.B.H. SEE 
Meisel a Co., G.M.B.H., Edition. 

Editions Axium. SEE Axium, Editions. 

Editions Gallimard. SEE Gallimard, 
Editions. 

Editions Janus. SEE Janus, Editions. 

Edito-Service, S.A. 
MARIVAUX . 
LE MELODRAME. 
OEUVRES COMPLETES. 
PLAYS, I. 
PLAYS, II. 

Education Unlimited Corp. 
CAREERS . 

EUROPE UNLIMITED SERIES. 
MINORITY GROUPS. 
OLD GLORY. 
THREE GREAT WARS. 

Educational Research Associates. 
LIBRARY ORIENTATION. 

Educreative Systems, Inc. 

VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE. 

Edwards, J. Douglas. 

[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 
RECORDINGS] 

Edwards, Maurice. 

MARCOLFA, AND NOT ALL THIEVES ARE 
MISCHIEVOUS . 

Edwards, Sherman. 
1776. 

Effective Management, Inc. 

INTRAVENOUS THERAPY WITH THE INSIDE 
NEEDLE CATHETER. 

Efron, Marshall. 
ORGONE TRAIL. 

Egan, Jenny, pseud. SEE McGenigle, Ann. 

Eger, Jean Claude. 
LA PUREE. 

Ehni, Rene. 
L'AMIE ROSE. 
SUPER- POSITIONS. 



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81 



Ehrlich, Max. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Eichendorff , Joseph Karl Benedikt, 
Freiherr von. 
DAS SCHLOSS DURANDE. (R) 

Einegg, Erich, 

MEIN HERZ FUR SYLVIA. 
MEIN HERZ FUR SYLVIA. (R) 

Elder, Lonne, III. 

CHARADES ON EAST FOURTH STREET. 

Elliot, Chet, pseud. SEE Binder, 
Elliot. 

Elliot, Edwin H. 
TALL PAUL. 

Ellison, Frances. 

BEAUTY AMD THE BEAST. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 

Elliston, Shirley. 

IS THERE A GENERATION GAP BECAUSE 
THERE IS NO CALENDAR THEATRE. 

Ellstein, Sylvia Regan. 
THE TWELFTH HOUR. 
Embley, Charles. 
SKETCHOLOGY. (R) 

Eraond, Lucille E. 
BASKET SETTING. 

Engh, Margery Carleson. 
VENUS ET ADONIS. 

Engle, Harrison. 
RUNNING . 

Engle, Marilyn. 
RUNNING . 

Enthoven, Alain C. 

COMPLICATIONS IN THE NATIONAL DECI- 
SION-MAKING PROCESS. 

Ephron, Henry. 

THE WIFE TAKES A CHILD. (R) 

Ephron, Phoebe. 

THE WIFE TAKES A CHILD. (R) 

Epstein, Arthur W. 
HIS EXCELLENCY. 

Epstein, David. 
RUNNING . 

Epstein, Estelle Pottern. 
THE LITTLE LAME PRINCE. 

Epstein, Louis C. 
SHOULD WE FORGET. 

Erickson, Jane. 

HOME BEFORE DARK. 

Erskine, Chester. 

HAPPILY EVER AFTER. (R) 

Erwin, Susan Graham. SEE Williamson, 
Susan Graham Erwin. 

Esposito, John. 
JESU. 

Esquire, Inc. Coronet Instructional 
Films Division. SEE Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films. 

Esser, Carl. 

NEIGHBORS, AN EAST RIVER ANTHOLOGY. 

Essex, Harry. 

A SONG AT TWILIGHT. 

Estabrook, Howard. 
THE AURORA COMPLEX. 

Estate of Martin Luther King, Jr. SEE 
King, Martin Luther, Jr., Estate of. 

Estrin, Marc. 

AN AMERICAN PLAYGROUND SAMPLER. 

Eulo, Kenneth R. 

EENIE, MEENIE, MEINIE, MO. 
EYE DROPS FOR THE MIND'S EYE. 
S. R. 0. 



Euripides . 
ALCESTIS . 
THE BACCHAE. 
MASS FOR DIONYSUS. 
ORESTES . 

OUT OF THE MAELSTROM. 
THE TROJAN WOMEN. 

Evan , Jan . 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Evans, Edward Kinchley. 

JOAN OF HOLLYWOOD IN THE MARTYRDOM OF 
THE VIRGIN QUEEN. 

Evans, Eric Jones-. SEE Jones-Evans, 

Eric. 
Evans, Jerry Norman. 

THE TWELVE HOUR ONE WAY DAY. 
WANAMAKER. 

Evans, Julius. 

RAIN FOR A DUSTY SUMMER. 

Evans, Robert K. 
THE WOMEN. 

Evanston (111.) Mental Health Society. 
CHOCOLATE CAKE DOESN'T SOLVE EVERY- 
THING . 

Everett, Ronald M. 

PRISON GRAY OR UNDERTAKER BLACK. 

Ewen, Sidney Robert. 

THE ATMOSPHERE DOCTRINE. 

Ewing, Paula J. 

LEFT HANDED LORAN. 

Ewing, Roger. 
TODAY. 

Ewing, William. 
LITTLE DAVID. 
THE PROPHET OF PEARL HARBOR. 

Executive Music Co. 

HAPPINESS IS LOVING YOU. 
I WANT YOU THERE. 

Eyen, Tom. 

THE DIRTIEST SHOW IN TOWN. 



F 



Fabbri, Diego. 

LA LEGENDE DU RETOUR. 

Faber, Beatrice. 

UNDER THE CHRISTMAS TREE. (R) 

Faber Music, Ltd. 
L'ORMINDO. 

Fadigan, Ellen M. 
FOGEL'S FARM. 

Fainlight, Ruth. 

ALL CITIZENS ARE SOLDIERS. 

Famiglietti, John R. 
THE ANIMALSHIP. 

Family Enrichment Bureau. 
ADULT ENRICHMENT SEMINAR. 
THINKING ABOUT MARRIAGE. 

Fanelli, Henry C. 
TA , TA , ESMERELDA . 

Faris, Fred. 

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN RELEASING 
SOME OF YOUR TENSION. 
BECOME YOUR OWN BEST FRIEND. 

Farjeon, Herbert. 
DIVERSIONS. (R) 

Farjeon, Joan. 
DIVERSIONS. (R) 

Faro, Luiz Flavio de. 

ONE SQUARE & ALL THE ROLLERS . 
PRINCE OF LOVERS. 



PODEMOS CAMBIAR NUESTRO MUNDO. 
QUEL CHOIX S'OFFRE A VOUS. 
TODAY'S PROPHET. 

Faust, Clive John. 

THE HINTS OF INCENSE. 
Faust, Fred W. 

OUR TOYSHOP, THE SNOWMAN CAPER. 

Faustini, Giovanni. 
L'ORMINDO. 

Fehr, Terry M. 
THE HERETIC. 

Feilbert, Edward Allan. 
ESCAPE TO TOMORROW. (R) 



SEE Hotchner, 



Eunson, Dale. 

GUEST IN THE HOUSE. 



(R) 



Farrar, John. 

MY BROTHER IS A HERO. 

Farrar, John F. 

MAKE A JOYFUL NOISE. 



(R) 



Feingold, Katherine. 
Katherine . 

Feinstein, Joseph 0. 

PLAY IT BY EAR. 
Feirstein, Frederick. 

THE COUNTRY PARSON. 

Feldhaus, Louis A. 

STREETCAR IN THE ATTIC. (R) 

Feldman, David. 
GEORGIE PORGY. 

Fell, Charles F. 

COMPUTERIZING THE VECTOR SPACE. 

Felton, Keith Spencer. 
APPLES AND OZ. 

Fendrich, Shubert. 

GENERAL POMEROY, HERE I COME. 

Fennerton, William. 
THE LUCIFER CELL. 

Ferguson, Mary Catherine. 

FLEADH. 
Ferlaine, John A. 

NO OTHER PLACE. 

Fern, Daniel F. 
SEYMOUR. 

Fertik, Deborah Ann. 

TO THE GARDEN OF OUR HEART'S DESIRE. 

Feves, Gene Semenov. 
AT-HOW-NIN. 

Feydeau, Georges. 

LA DAME DE CHEZ MAXIM. 
THE WOMAN FROM MAXIM'S 1 . 

Fiallo, Delia. 
LUCECITA. 

Ficek, Thomas Karel. 

OEDIPUS AT COLONUS VOCAL SCORE. 

Fields, Dorothy. 

SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS. (R) 

Fields, Herbert. 

SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS. (R) 

Fine, Gerald. 
THE REWARD. 

Finnerty, Frank. 

CHILDERSBURG ECHOES FOR FRANK 
FINNERTY. 
KING OF THE SEAS. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, 
Boston. Board of Directors. 
LIBRE D'ETRE VOUS-MEME. 

Fischer (S.) Verlag, G.M.B.H. 
AUCKLAND. 

Fish, Gertrude Sipperly. 
GAMES EDUCATORS PLAY. 

Fishkin, Bruce. 

LADY WEMBLEY ' S BUFFALOES . 
THE VIGILANTES: THE END AND THE 
BEGINNING. 
Fitzgerald, Mary, pseud. SEE Ferguson, 

Mary . 
Fitzhugh, Cindy, pseud. SEE Friedman, 
Joyce Lee. 



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Flaherty, Dorothy A. 
DOOR OF FEAR. 

Flaherty, Robert J. 
DOOR OF FEAR. 
THE NERVE OF SOME PEOPLE'S CHILDREN. 

Flaxman, Harvey. 

FOR THE LOVE OF A DUMMY. 

Fleckenstein, Joan S. 
PERMISSION SLIP. 

Fleischhacker, Daniel James. 
HATLEY HOUSE. 

Fleming, Ama Glesta. 

THE EMERGENCE. 

Fleming, Billy Conn. 

THE FAR-OFF SWEET FOREVER. 

Fleming, Charles . 

MIDTOWN MANHATTAN. 
Fletcher, Allen. 

THE THREE SISTERS. 

Fletcher, Ron. 
FANNY HILL. 

Fletcher, William H. 
MISS THING. 

Flexible Learning Systems, Inc. 

EARTH SCIENCE LESSON 1, KNOWING 
ROCKS. 

ELECTRICITY LESSONS 1-4. 

MACHINES LESSON 1, LIFTING WITH 
LEVERS. 

MAGNETISM LESSONS 1-4. 

MEASUREMENT; MEASURING WITH CENTI- 
METERS & MEASURING LENGTH IN INCHES. 

TELLING TIME. 

Flick, Ruth H. 

THEY WILL HAVE TIME. 
Florsheim, Karel Kalman. 

REQUIEM FOR RELIGION. 

Flowers, Curtis. 

AND THEY ALL WENT OUT TO PLAY. 

Fo, Dario. 

MARCOLFA, AND NOT ALL THIEVES ARE 
MISCHIEVOUS . 

Fodor, Ladislas. 

CINDERELLA IN THE MORGUE. 

Fogel, Julius. 
THE PRIMITIVES. 

Forbes, Esther. 
JOHNNY TREMAIN. 

Forbes, Willis Emerson. 
THE SECRET HOLLOW EARTH. 

Force, Elizabeth S. 

RING AROUND THE FAMILY. 

Ford, Joe Taylor. 

KING'S INDIAN DEFENSE. 
PAWNS. 

Forma, Fred. SEE Formichelli, Alfred. 

Formichelli, Alfred. 
CALLING ALL SHOPPERS. 
CALLING ALL SHOPPERS DAILY. 
MISS SHOPPERS WORLD. 

Forsberg, Moira Norval. 
A LETTER OF INVECTIVE. 

Forsberg, Rolf. 

A LETTER OF INVECTIVE. 

Forsling, Eben V. 

FOR THE LUVA PETE. 
Fortune, Richard D. 

SEMIRA. 
Foster, Jean B. 

FOR LOVE OF A HUDSON'S BAY MAN. 

Four Way Productions, Inc. 
SPORT SPOTS. 



Fowkes, Richard. 

WHICH WAY THE WIND. 

Fox, Francis D. 
GROWING UP. 

Fox , J . Ingram . 
DAN FODIO. 

Fox, Terry Curtis. 

DEATH WIRE. 
Foxx, Redd. 

BARE FACTS. 

IN A NUTSHELL. 

PASS THE APPLE, EVE. 
Foy, Edward . 

AN ASYLUM ON EARTH. 

Fragale, James Anthony. 
SAHARA. 

Francis, Hilda M. 

HIS SHINING MAJESTY. (R) 
HUNTING THE HARE. (R) 
KING OF THE RIVER. (R) 
SEWING GUILD. (R) 
TARES IN THE WHEAT. (R) 

Francis, J. 0. 

HIS SHINING MAJESTY. (R) 

HUNTING THE HARE. (R) 

KING OF THE RIVER. (R) 

SEWING GUILD. (R) 

TARES IN THE WHEAT. (R) 
Franco, Barbara. 

TZVIA. 
Frank, Bernhard. 

HOMER TWICE REMOVED. 
Frank, Ethelwyn H. 

BOOTLEG BABIES. 

Frank, Sid. 

ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES. (R) 

THE GOOSEGIRL. (R) 
Franken, Rose Meloney. 

CLAUDIA. (R) 

Franklin, Charlotte White. 
FISH AMD CHIPS. 

Franklin, Robert James. 

REWARD FOR HONOR. 
Fraser, Alexander. 

A LITTLE WHIPPED CREAM ON THE HEM- 
LOCK, PLEASE. 

Frederick, John. 

PARTI CI PATIO K TEXTS. 

Freed, Herb. 
A.W.O.L. 

French, Robert Gaston. 

YOUNG ALEC AND THE MAGIC VpICE. 

French (Samuel) Inc. 

BEHIND THE 8 BALL. (R) 
JUST LIKE CINDERELLA. (R) 
KEEP 'EM TRYING. (R) 
WACKY WIDOW. (R) 

Freni, Judith A. 

SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS. 

Freni, Pasqual N. 

SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS. 

Freshour, Lester Monroe. 
LITTLE TIM. 

Freund, Arline. 

BLACK LEADERS OF THE RECONSTRUCTION 

ERA. 
EVOLUTION OF THE BLACK UNIVERSITY. 

Freund, Philip. 

THREE OFF-BROADWAY PLAYS. 

Frey, William H. 

A BUSINESS PHILOSOPHY. 

Fried, Don. 
SCHOOL DAYS. 



Fried, Emanuel J. 
BROTHER GORSKI. 

Fried, Frederick E. 

REFLECTIONS OF A TWENTIETH CENTURY 
PLAGUE DOCTOR. 

Fried, Richard, 

LONELYHEARTS . 
Friedenberg, June. 

NEW YORK IS THE CULTURAL CENTER OF 
THE UNITED STATES. 

Friedland, Stephen. 
THE BURP THEORY. 
THE HEXAGON. 
W.A.R. 

Friedman, Allen Jay. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 

Friedman, Joyce Lee. 

THE ADVENTURES OF CINDY FITZHUGH. 

Frie dman , Ste ve . 
TELEPHONE . 

Friel, Brian. 

CRYSTAL AND FOX AND THE MUNDY SCHEME. 
THE MUNDY SCHEME. 

Frost Productions, Inc. 
MIDTOWN MANHATTAN. 

Frye, Northrop. 

THE TEMPEST. 
Fubini, Eugene G. 

EDUCATION IN THE AGE OF COMPUTERS AND 
MASS COMMUNICATION. 

Fuller , Edmund . 
MACBETH . 

Fuller, Thomas E. 
ISORIC. 

Furia, Carl J. 

THE GUYS FROM KAMA SUTRA. 

Futterman, Claire. 
RUMPELSTILTSKIN. 



G 



Gabrielson, Frank. 

MORE THE MERRIER. (R) 

Gaddis, William L., Jr. 
ADRIANNE WIGGINS. 

Gaddis, William Lewis, Jr. 
THE DOGS OF MANHATTAN. 



SEE Erskine, 



Gaige, Louise, pseud. 
Chester. 

Gaines, Frederick. 
THE NEW CHAUTAUQUA. 



Gaines, James Edward. 

SOMETIMES A HARD HEAD MAKES A SOFT 
BEHIND; EPIGRAM, WHEN CLIMBING A 
TREE DON'T LOOK FOR A FISH. 

Gale, Laura M. 
RISKA. 

Galeote, Mario, Jr. 
ROLAND AND MAURICE. 

Galeote-Ortega, pseud. 
ROLAND AND MAURICE. 

Galich, John W. 
THE SPARK. 

Gallimard, Editions. 

ARBALETES ET VIELLES RAPIERES. 

LE BABOUR. 

ENTRE CHIEN ET LOUP. ' 

LES EPIPHANIES. 

EPITAPHE POUR GEORGE DILLON. 

LES IMMORTELLES. 

LE JARDIN AUX BETTERAVES. 

UN JEU D'ENFER. 



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1970 



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83 



JEUX DE MASSACRE. 
OCTOBRE A ANGOULEME. 
POEMES A JOUER. 
LE SANG. 

SPLENDEUR ET MORT DE JOAQUIN MURIETA . 
THEATRE III. 
TROTSKY, ETC. 

Gallogly, Karen. 
MATILDA . 

Gamble, Robert M. 
GEMINI RISING. 

Gannett, Constance. 

CONFESSIONS FROM UNDERGROUND. 

Gannon, Richard D. 

ALL HAIL THE KING. 
Garber, Gail. 

STREETERVILLE . 

Garcia, Manuel F. 

EL ALMA DE UN REPORTAJE. 

Garcia Lorca, Federico. 
JALEO. 

Gard, Bruceson, paeud. SEE Schwoy, 

Bruce C. 
Gard, Robert E. 

THE LAKE GUNS OF SENECA AND CAYUGA 
AND EIGHT OTHER PLAYS OF UPSTATE 
NEW YORK. (R) 

Gardner, Mildred. 
NIGHTMARE IN ORBIT. 

Gardner, Patricia M. 

LOW SODIUM, LOW CALORIE, POINT SCRIPT. 

Garfield, B. W. 
THE DANGLING MAN. 

Gari, Janet. 
LYLE. 

Gar son, Toby. 
LYLE. 

Garvey, John. 

THE BLACK GRINGO. 

Gault ois, Dallas. 

AFTER THE FLOWERS. 
Gavin, Frederick Joseph. 

HOPPY. 

LAND OF THE FREE. 

Gay, John. 
POLLY. 

Gegan, James Alan. 

THE PICNIC TABLE'S GONE. 

Gelber, S. Michael. 
PUR. 

General Electric Co. Armament Dept. 
UNDERSTANDING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS. 
UNDERSTANDING ENGINEERING DRAWINGS: 
PRINT READING. 

General Motors Corp. Chevrolet 

Motor Division. 

MAKING THE ROUNDS WITH THE BLAZER. 

ONCE UPON A MEMORY BANK. 

OPERATION: CONQUER. 

PROMOTING THE VANS WITH- A PURPOSE. 

RX FOR RV SALES. 

SHOWDOWN. 

General Motors Corp. Oldsmobile 
Division. 

ENGINEERED FOR ESCAPE. 
ESCAPE MACHINES EXTRAORDINAIRE. 
ESCAPE TO LUXURY. 
THE 1970 ESCAPE MACHINES. 
OLDS MAKES IT BIG. 
THE PEOPLE WAGONS. 
THEY'RE OFF THE PAD. 
WINNING STARTS WITH W. 



General Motors Corp. Oldsmobile Motor 
Division. 

EVERY DAY 13 LADIES' DAY. 
NEW FACES FOR I969. 

General Motors Corp. Pontiac Motor 
Division. 

THE APPLAUSE MAKERS. 
ENGINEERED FOR EXCITEMENT. 
FAST, YOUNG AND FULL OF FUN. 
FIREBIRD, 1970. 

THE GOLD-MEDAL WINNERS, FAR OUT AHEAD 
IN EXCITING VALUE. 

STEP ASIDE MOUNTAINS, AND COMPETI- 
TION. 
THIS IS THE WAY IT'S GOING TO BE. 
TWO TICKETS TO CLASS. 
WHAT MAKES A PONTIAC, A PONTIAC. 

Gentry, Herbert Richard, Jr. 
DACE. 

Gentry, Ric Stephen. 
DEPARTURE . 

Genzel, Karen. 
LIBERTY LION. 

George, Charles. 

JUST LIKE CINDERELLA. (R) 
WACKY WIDOW. (R) 

Georges, DuPort A. 

THE HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN. 

Gerould, Daniel C. 

AVANT-GARDE DRAMA: MAJOR PLAYS AND 
DOCUMENTS POST WORLD WAR I. 

Gertrude Einstein Special Fund. 

SEE Jewish Family Service. Gertrude 
Einstein Special Fund. 

Getz, Russell. 

VORSPIEL. 
Gevecker, Karl R. 

MOTHER EARTH. 

Gherardini, Giovanni. 
LA GAZZA LADRA. 

Ghertler, Monte. 

WALDEN (AN EXPERIMENT) 

Gibson, John Worthington. 
ON FOLLOWING THE PIPER. 

Gibson, Walter. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Gierlach, Paul Joseph. 
TRIALS OF THE BOUNTY. 

Gilani, Massood S. 

THE KREMLIN KID. 

WHITE LILACS. 
Gilio, James. 

HEAVEN AIN'T THURSDAY. 

Gillen, Leon. 

CLAW MAN. 
Gillette, William. 

ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME. (R) 

Gillman, Jonathan. 
THE MARRIAGE TEST. 

Gilmer, J. Barrett. 
DIE FLEDERMAUS. 

Gingold, Hermione. 

HERMIONE GINGOLD WROTE THESE. (R) 

Ginner, Harry. 

DYNAMIC MOTIVATION. 

Ginsberg, Milton Moses. 

THE TOWER: A STORY OF JAPAN. 



Gioseffi, Daniela, pseud. 
Dorothy G. 

Girard, Bernard. 
A NAME FOR EVIL. 



SEE Kearney, 



Gitlin, Paul, Adm. c.t.a. of the Estate 
of Thomas Wolfe. SEE Wolfe, Thomas, 
Estate of. 

Giudice, Philip Lo. SEE Lo Giudice, 
Philip. 

Giuffre, John A., Jr. 
THE SCRIPT. 

Gladden, James. 
LOOK INSIDE. 

Glasco, Gordon. 
FIRE ISLAND. 

Glaser, Esther B. 
HOT BLOWS THE WIND. 

Glasgow, Ellen. 

ONE STUPID MISTAKE CAN KILL YOU. 

Glasser, Leonard. 
THE MEETING. 
ZOOT SUIT. 

Glatter, Donald. 

GENESIS, CHAPTER 1, VERSE 11, AND 
GOD COMMANDED THE EARTH TO BRING 
FORTH GRASS; VERSE 12, AND HE SAW 
THAT IT WAS GOOD. 

Glazer, Esther B. 
INVISIBLE CHAIN. 

Gleeson, Joseph. 
THE SUPER-HAT. 

Gleeson, Patricia. 
SPIRO. 

Glickman, Meyer. 

A LOVE IN THE DESERT. 

Glucksman, Herbert A. 

THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES. 
Godard, Jean Luc. 

ALPHAVILLE . 

Godfrey, Jason. 

DURING THE SECOND FRANK SINATRA WAR. 

Godler, Jack. 

THE LUCIFER CELL. 

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 

EGMONT . 
Goff, Ben H. 

WILL LONG. 

Goff, Beth. 
ZING. 

Goff, Martin A. 

RIDDLE FOR MR. TWIDDLE. (R) 

Goggin, Richard Xavier. 

PASSAGE. 
Gogol, Nikolai Vasilievich. 

THE INSPECTOR GENERAL. 

Gold, Lloyd. 

HURT TILL YOU LAUGH. 

Gold, Michael 0. 
MARVIN GARDENS. 
THE PRESENT. 

SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT THE FOOTBALL 
GAME. 

Goldenson, Robert M. 

GOING TO POT? OR NOT. 

Goldenthal, Jolene Bleich. 
LITTLE SISTER. 

Goldin, Marilyn. 
JAKE'S TURN. 

Golding, Ben A. 

LOVE IS LIKE THAT. 

Goldini, Carlo. 

EINER DER LETZTEN KARNEVALSABENDE . 

Goldman, Barry. 

PETER HART WAS FREE. 



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Goldoni, Carlo. 

THE FAN. 
Goldsehmidt j Charles. 

THE HARDER RIGHT. 

Goldsmith, Vernon. 

GOOD TIMES. 
Goldwynj Robert A. 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE ASKS JOHN LOCKE 
SOME QUESTIONS. 
Golo Pub. Co. 

THE LITTLE GROOVE MAKER ME. 

Golson, James Gilbert. 

THE NO MAJORITY. 
Gombrowicz, Witold. 

OPERETTE. 

Gonzalez, Gloria. 

LET'S HEAR IT FOR MISS AMERICA. 

THE PUPPET TRIP. 
Goodman, Gerson. 

THEY'RE GOING LIKE HOT-CAKES. 
Goodman, Ralph. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Goodman, Robert C. 

EARTH SCIENCE LESSON 1, KNOWING 
ROCKS. 

ELECTRICITY LESSONS 1-4. 

MACHINES LESSON 1, LIFTING WITH 
LEVERS. 

MAGNETISM LESSONS 1-4. 

MEASUREMENT; MEASURING WITH CENTI- 
METERS & MEASURING LENGTH IN INCHES. 

TELLING TIME. 
Goodnick, Benjamin. 

JACKSON MUST GO. 

Goodrich, Frances. 

WESTERN UNION, PLEASE. (R) 

Goodrich, Libbie T. 
CALL ME COLLECT. 

Gordon, Anna. 

NO PLACE FOR ANGELS. (R) 

Gordon, Charles F. 
THE CHUMPANZEES. 
THE LAST PARTY. 
THE THIEVES. 
WILLIE BIGNIGGA. 

Gordon, Charles Franklin. 
THE BREAKOUT. 

Gordone, Charles. 

NO PLACE TO BE SOMEBODY. 

Gordy, Ralph. 

THE LOCUST AND THE LUNATIC. 

Gorman, Bernard, Brother. 
THE CEDAR OF LEBANON. 
TRIAL BY FIRE. 
THE WOMAN AUGUSTINE LOVED. 

Gottfried, Martin. 
A FEW ENQUIRIES. 

Gottlieb, Alex. 

SEPARATE ROOMS. (R) 

Gottlieb, Stephen Mark. 
BEHIND THE SIGNS. 

Gould, Thomas. 

OEDIPUS THE KING. 

Gower, Gilbert F. 

LAY SERMON ON THE BOOK OF JONAH, STARS 
WERE MADE TO TWINKLE, AND MAN AND 
THE ANIMALS. 

Grab, Frederic. 

SAINT JOAN OF THE STOCKYARDS. 

Grace, Clara. 

THE APOSTATE CHURCH. 
RELEASE OF THE SPIRIT. 

Grace, Clara A. 

MAN'S RELATIONSHIP TO GOD. 
SPIRITUAL GROWTH, A CRISIS PROCESS. 



Graeme, David R. 

LOVE, ACID, AND MELANIE CARTER. 
A TERRIBLE BEAUTY: DUSE AND 
D'AHNUNZIO. 

Graham, F. Lanier. 

THE EARLY DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE OF 
HECTOR GUIMARD, 1892-1902. 

Gramofonove Zavody, N.P. 
THE GAMBLER. 

Graumann, Louise Rothschild. 

THE PEACE THEY MADE. 
Graves, Ralph Pierce. 

A CRITERIA FOR MODERN MONEY MANAGE- 
MENT. 

Gray, Billy. 

SKETCHOLOGY. (R) 



Gray, Dorothy. 
Gray. 



SEE Simmons, Dorothy 



Grayson, Stanley, pseud. SEE Braun, 
Wilbur . 

Greb, Jacqueline Kay. 
LA CHAIM: TO LIFE. 

Grecco, Stephen Richard. 
VIRGINIA BEACH. 

Gredy, Jean Pierre. 
FORTY CARATS. 

Green, David. 

NEBRASKA: PERSPECTIVE. 

Green, Eric Mawby. 

ESCAPE TO TOMORROW. (R) 

Green, George. 
MARGIE HYSAW. 

Green, Lucile R. 

SILVIA AND THE LIZARD. 

Green, Ruth. SEE Bornstein, Ruth Green. 

Green, William. 

THE NAME OF THE RACE IS HUMAN. 

Green., William D. 

PASADENA-PART II. 
Green Hornet, Inc. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Greenberg, Edward. 

ANY NUMBER MUST PLAY. 
FAMILY CIRCLE. 
SMITH, HERE. 

Greenberg, Heywood L. 
THE NOBLE LIE. 

Greenberg, Irving. 
POSTAL INSPECTOR. 

Greenberg, John.S. 
OEDIPUS TYRANNOS. 

Greenberg, Stanley R. 
PUEBLO . 

Greenberger, Howard. 

OUR PLAY ON THE FUTURE HAS NO NAME. 

Greene, Elinore A. 
REDBEARD. 

Greene, Graham. 
THE THIRD MAN. 



SEE Greenberg, 



Greene, Grandpa, pseud. 
Irving. 

Greengrass, Allan. 

STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM. 



Greening, Ruth. 

IF YOUR STOMACH HAD A MOUTH, WHAT 
WOULD IT SAY. 

Greenleaf Classics, Inc. 

WHISPER OF LEATHER. 
Greer, Herb. 

PO MISS JULIE. 



Grefe, William. 

THE FESTIVAL. 

NOTHING BUT BODIES. 
Grego, Hal. 

SEE THRU. 

Gregor, Arthur. 
THE DOOR IS OPEN. 

Greshatn, William Lindsay. 
SIDESHOW. 

Greth, Roma. 

CASSIOPEA. 

THE POTTSTOWI! CARNIVAL. 
Griffin, Lyle M. 

HIP MILES. 

PATRICK HENRY, THE GASSER. 

Grimm, Jakob Ludwig Karl . 
THE MAGIC MIRRO TALE. 
RUMPELSTILTSKEN. 

Grimm, Wilhelm Karl. 
THE MAGIC MIRRO TALE. 
RUMPELSTILTSKIN. 

Grimsey, John. 

THE GRAND DUCHESS OF GEROLSTEIN. 

Grobla, Cecelia. SEE Waletzky, Cecelia 
Grobla. 

Gromelski, Brad. 
THE INVENTION. 

Gromet, Robert Y. 

THE RED BARON OF TEL AVIV. 

Gronowicz, Antoni. 

SHORES OF PLEASURE SHORES OF PAIN. 

Gross, Peter Frederick. 
THE CIRCLE. 

Gross, Walter. 

USING A LOGARITHMIC SLIDE RULE FOR 
ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION. 

Grossman, Abraham. 
HEROD AND MARIAMNE. 

Grossman, Anne. 
MADAME BUTTERFLY. 

Grossman, Bernard A. 

THE LOVE GAME. 

Groth, George Henry William. 
FOR LOVERS AND COMPANIONS. 

Gruenwald, Otto. 
DREMAL NEIN. 



(R) 
(R) 



Gruskin, Ed. 

DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. 
THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 



Guareschi, Giovanni. 

THE LITTLE WORLD OF DON CAMILLO. 

Guberman, Reuben. 

MERCY. 
Guicharnaud, June. 
AXEL. 

Guild, Leo. 

HUMPTY DUMPTY HAD A GREAT FALL. 
Gural, Ronald A. 

DRACULA. 

Gutswa, Theodore Frank, Jr. 

DAWNINGS OF AWARENESS, THE 60'S. 

Guzman, Angel Rivera. 
PRIMERO EL DOLLAR. 



H 



H & W Imaglneering Co., Inc. 
ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND. 

Hackett, Albert. 

WESTERN UNION, PLEASE. (R) 



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85 



Hackler, Micah S. 

CAVEMAN, AN ORDINARY QUIET SORT OF 
GUY. 
Hackshaw, Leotha. 

A FEAST OF LOVE. 

Haddad, Eli R. 

HALLOWEEN HORROR. 

Hadsell, John D. 

THE PEACEMONGERS . 
Haeusser } Ewald E. 

DEATH FOR THE BISHOP. 

Hagan, Chester E. 

COUNTY FAIR. 
Haight, Richard L. 

LET US OUT,, LET US IN. 

Hailey, Oliver. 

HEY YOU, LIGHT MAN. 
WHO'S HAPPY NOW. 

al-Hakim, Tawfiq. 

AN ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF THE PLAY 
SHAHRAZAD, BY TAWFIQ AL-HAKIM. 
Haldeman, James Lionel. 

WHOM THE GODS WOULD DESTROY-THEY 
FIRST MAKE MAD. 

Hale, C. Ivan. 

YESTERDAY'S CAKES. (R) 

Ha levy. 

DIE FLEDERMAUS. 

Halevy, Jacques Francios Fromental Elie. 
THE GRAND DUCHESS OF GEROLSTEIN. 

Halford, Daniel Thomas. 
DREAM PRINCESS. 

Halford, J. Douglas. 

THE WONDER OF THUNDER. 

Hall, Babette. 

LIFE WITH MOTHER. (R) 

Hall, Babette Hughes. 

LADY WHO CAME TO LUNCH. (R) 
Hall, Bill. 

GIFFORD EATON. 

Hall, Edward John. 

THE GIRL IN THE FLORENTINE SHOPPE. 

Hall, John Thorburn. 

THIS PLACE IS CLOSED FOR THE WINTER. 
Hall, Remy Inglis. 

A NIGHT IN THE MIRROR. 

Hallet, Eileen. 

AND WE ALL FALL DOWN. 
THE VISITORS. 

Hallett, Helen Miles. 
A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 

Halpern, Jonathan. 
SISTERS. 

Halpern, Leonard. 

SEEN IN A CUP OF WATER. 

Halvorsen, R. 

Mark. 
Halweil, Joan. 

METAMORPHOSIS. 



L. , pseud. SEE Legend, 



Hamilton, Gardner, 
Mildred. 

Hamilton, Kelly. 
HEAVEN BLESS ME. 



Hammarstrom, David Lewis. 

EXPLOSION. 

NORTH WINDMILL. 
Hammerstein, Dorothy B. 

HAY-FOOT, STRAW-FOOT. 

Hammerstein, James B. 
HAY-FOOT, STRAW-FOOT. 



pseud. SEE Gardner, 



Hammerstein, Oscar, 2d. 
HAY-FOOT, STRAW-FOOT. 

Hammerstein, William. 
HAY-FOOT, STRAW-FOOT. 



(R) 
(R) 

(R) 
(R) 



Hammond, Inc. 

BIBLE WORLD TALKING MAP. 
VOYAGE TO THE MOON. 

Hample, Stuart. 
MIXED NUTS. 

Hanaghan, Patrick R. 
LEFTY. 

Hanau, Laia. 

RECOGNITION AND CONSTRUCTION OF THEME 
STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATIONAL 
PATTERNS. 
Hance, Wiley F. 

THE VANISHING HORIZONS. 

Handlin, Steve. 

THE WADDLEFURKUS . 
Hahdy (Jam) Organization. 

THE APPLAUSE MAKERS. 

THE BACKHOE STORY. 

ENGINEERED FOR ESCAPE. 

ENGINEERED FOR EXCITEMENT. 

ESCAPE MACHINES EXTRAORDINAIRE. 

ESCAPE TO LUXURY. 

EVERY DAY IS LADIES' DAY. 

FAST, YOUNG AND FULL OF FUN. 

FIREBIRD, 1970. 

THE GOLD-MEDAL WINNERS, FAR OUT AHEAD 
IN EXCITING VALUE. 

KENMORE FABRIC MASTER WITH SOFT HEAT 
WRINKLE-GUARD. 

MCDONALD'S, WHERE IT'S HAPPENING. 

MAKING THE ROUNDS WITH THE BLAZER. 

NEW FACES FOR 19&9- 

THE 1970 ESCAPE MACHINES. 

OLDS MAKES IT BIG. 

ONCE UPON A MEMORY BANK. 

OPERATION: CONQUER. 

THE PEOPLE WAGONS. 

PROMOTING THE VANS WITH A PURPOSE. 

RX FOR RV SALES. 

SHOWDOWN . 

STEP ASIDE MOUNTAINS, AND COMPETI- 
TION. 

THEY'RE OFF THE PAD. 

THIS IS THE WAY IT'S GOING TO BE. 

TWO TICKETS TO CLASS. 

WHAT MAKES A PONTIAC, A PONTIAC . 

WINNING STARTS WITH W. 

Handy (Jam) Productions. 
CARE-A-VAN. 
MCDONALD'S, WHERE IT'S HAPPENING. 



Hanes, Rosemary, 
pseud. 

Hanes, Terry, Jr 
THE ONE. 



SEE Hanes, Terry, Jr. 
, pseud. 



Haney, Bob. 

BATMAN, LONG JOHN JOKER. 
BATMAN, THE BIG BIRTHDAY CAPER. 
BATMAN: THE COOL, CRUEL CHRISTMAS 
CAPER. 
Hanna-Barbera Productions. 

EARLY CIVILIZATIONS OF THE NON- 
WESTERN WORLD. 

Hanner, Jerry. 
LOOK INSIDE. 

Hanson, Beatrice A. 
THE GOLDEN APPLE. (R) 

Hanson, Daryl. 

YOU GOTTA BE IN PITCHERS. 

Hanson, Frank B. 

THE GOLDEN APPLE. (R) 

Hara, Lillian. 

CYNTHIA AND HERBERT. 
HELLO, ALBERT. 

Harbach, Otto A. 

HAY- FOOT, STRAW- FOOT. (R) 

Harbach, Robert A. 

HAY-FOOT, STRAW-FOOT. (R) 



Harbach, William 0. 

HAY-FOOT, STRAW-FOOT. (R) 

Harbage, Alfred. 
THE TEMPEST. 

Harbin, Mack. 

KING FOR A FORTNIGHT. 

Harcourt, Brace ft- World, Inc. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA. 
TWELVE GREAT PLAYS. 

Hardaway, Barbara Denise. 

THE MIRACLE. 
Hardaway, Lola Claudette. 

BEYOND ALL BARRIERS. 

Hardy, Marvin R. 

THE CHRISTMAS PRAYER. 

Harkins, William. 
PASTERNAK. 

Harkness, Robert C. 
TALL PAUL. 

Harkness, Venance. 

A LEAVE OF ABSENCE PROGRAM. 

Harmon, Peter. 

000 EEE OOSHY GOOSHY AHHHH, THE 
EPICUREAN GUIDE TO FOOD SENSING. 
Harms, L. S. 

HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SPEECH- 
COMMUNICATION EXAMINATION. 

Harrigan, Nolan, Jr. 
ADAM AND EVE. 
BILLY YANK'S CAMPGROUND. 
MRS. MCSORLEY'S FLAT. 

Harris, James R. 

GRAND AND GLORIOUS ORDER OF THE HILL- 
BILLY DEGREE. 

Harris, Jeff. 

SITUATION COMEDY. 

Harris, Joel Chandler. 
BRIAR PATCH. 

Harris, Neil. 
THE PORTRAIT. 

Harris, Robert H. 

RAISINS AND ALMONDS. 

Harris, Tom. 

ALWAYS WITH LOVE. 
Harrison, Antoinette . 

CAT'S PAW MOUNTAIN. 

Harrison, John S. 

ON. 
Harrod, Chuck. 

HAPPINESS IS LOVING YOU. 

I WANT YOU THERE. 
Hart, Catherine Carlisle. 

THE LADIES. (R) 

WASHINGTON, D.C. (R) 

Hart, Joseph. 

THE MAN WHO KILLED BEETHOVEN. 

Hart, Moss. 

THE LADIES. (R) 
WASHINGTON, D.C. (R) 

Harter, Marie Leda Natalia Raigorodsky. 
THE PROMISE OF PEACE. 

Hartmann, Olga de. 

RECOLLECTIONS OF TALKS BY GURDJIEFF 
FROM NOTES OF HIS PUPILS. 

Hartnett, John Edward. 

ROUNDABOUT . 
Hartnett, Richard Patrick. 

BONGO & SON. 

Harvard University. President & Fellows 
of Harvard College. 
ON THRONES OF GOLD. 

Hasek, Jaroslav. 
SCHWEIK. 



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Hastings, Jack. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Hastings, Kathleen C. 

AN OUT-REACH PROGRAM FOR SOMERSET CO. 

Hatch, Eric. 

MY MAN GODFREY. 

Haupttnan, Ira. 
.CARDINAL BEMBO'S LADDER OF LOVE. 

Havard, Beverly A. 
IRVIN INSIDER. 
MAINLINER. 
OYVAY! MINE BROTHER. 

Havard, Beverly Ann. 

A GRIM FAIRY TALE, NO.l. 

Havelock, Eric A. 
AGAMEMNON . 
THE EUMENIDES. 
ION BY EURIPIDES. 
THE LIBATION BEARERS. 
OEDIPUS THE KING. 
THE SEVEN AGAINST THEBES. 

Hawkes & Son (London) Ltd. 
ALBERT HERRING. 

Hayner, George, pseud. SEE Collins, 
Joseph B. 

Hayhes, Barbara. 
SAHARA. 

Hays, Hobart V. 

THE INCOMPLETE WORKS OF A SILENT 
MINORITY . 

Hazelton, John. 

I WASN'T LISTENING. 

Healthway Records. 

TAKE 5 MINUTES FOR YOUR FIGURE. 

Heard, Joseph G. 
TODAY'S PROPHET. 

Heath (D. C. ) & Co. 

L' AVANT-GARDE THEATRALE. 

Heatherhill Films, Ltd. 
COME TOGETHER. 

Hecht, Ken. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Heinberg, Paul. 

HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SPEECH- 
COMMUNICATION EXAMINATION. 
SPEECH-COMMUNICATION CENTER 
PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION. 

Heifer, Richard Howard. 
THE EVERLASTING SORROW. 

Helfrich, Mary. 

THE LORD ' S PRAYER . 

Heller, Alfred. 
DO IT YOURSELF. 

Heller, Alice Jones. 
DO IT YOURSELF. 

Heller, Richard. 

OUR TOYSHOP, THE SNOWMAN CAPER. 

Helper, John H. 

TOBY, THE TALKING TURTLE. 

Hendricks, William L. 

THE CALIPH OF CAIRO (ILLINOIS) 

Hennessey, Michael J. 

THE IDEA MAN STARTS TO ROLL THE WAVES 
BACK IN. 

Henri, Adrian. 

SEE THE CONKERING HEROINE COMES. 
WINTER. 

Henrion, Poly. 

DIE SCHONE GALATHEE. 

Henry, Patrick. 

PATRICK HENRY, THE GASSER. 

Hensley, Earl L. 
LOVE. 



Hepler, Janet T. 

TOBY, THE TALKING TURTLE. 

Heriat, Philippe. 
THEATRE III. 

Herlihy, James Leo. 

STOP, YOU'RE KILLING ME. 

Herman, Fred. 

THE BEST OF AMERICAN SALESMASTERS . 

Hernandez, A. Acevedo. 
CABRERITA. (R) 

Hernandez, Leopoldo. 
HOLLYWOOD 70. 

Herst, Jerome P. 

THE MUSICAL ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER, 
THE GLORIOUS WHITEWASHER. 

Hertel, Theresa Iwema. 
THE GOLDFISH FENCE. 

Herzig, Siegfried M. 
V FOR VICKIE. (R) 
VICKIE. (R) 
Hess, Robert. 
THE SWALLOW. 

Hessel, Joyce Carol. 
ELECTRIC LIGHT. 

Heuer, John. 

THE MAGICIAN OF BRAUWEDEIN, KREAE. 

Heyman, Barton. 
ORGONE TRAIL. 

Hichins, Robert. 

THE GARDEN OF ALLAH. 

Hicks, David. 

COURT OF THE INNOCENTS. 

Hicks, Hilary Clay. 
THE GOLDEN HIPPY. 

Hift, Bernice. 

BURGUNDY AND PROVENCE. 

Hift, Fred. 

BURGUNDY AND PROVENCE. 



Higgins, Doria S. 

THE EXPLOITS OF VITAMAN. 



(R) 



Higgins, Richard C. 

DIE FABELHAFTE GETRAUME VON TAIFUN- 
WILLI . 

Hightower, John M., Jr. 
THE AMERICAN OUTDOORSMAN. 

Hill, Helen Oursler. 

LOVE, HONOR AND OBEY. (R) 

Hill, Lucienne. 
ORNIFLE. 

Hill, Mars Andrew. 
THE HUZZY. 
MALICE IN WONDERLAND. 

Hill, Ruth Beebe. 

WAPASA, YOUR PEOPLE REMEMBER YOU. 

Hill, Steven. 
THE ORGAN SHOP. 

Hill & Wang, Inc. 
NEW AMERICAN PLAYS. 

Hilsenrath, Seymour. 

MIND IN EVOLUTION: AN HYPOTHESIS. 

Hilton, James. 

LOST HORIZON. (R) 

Hindman, Josephine L. 

METRO MENACES THE '70'S. 

Hines, Jerome. 
TIM WHOSOEVER. 

Hinkle, Jean. 

CROWN HIM WITH GLORY. 

Hiroshige, Walter Hiromi. 
SUPER HERO. 



Hirsch, Louise. 

THE EAST SIDE STORY. 

Hirschman, Doris. 

THE WITCH OF NOODLE-LOONY. 

Hlavacek, Charles Peter. 
THE GRASS TRENCH. 

Ho, Kenmin. 

A KING'S MISSION. 

THE LAST OF A TYRANT. 

THE NIGHT OF TOKYO. 

THE TAIPING HEAVENLY KINGDOM. 

Hobgood, B. 

THE LITTLE GROOVE MAKER ME. 

Hochhuth, Rolf. 
GUERILLAS. 

Hoctor, Marion A. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 1. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 2. 

Hodge, Robert William. 
COSMO. 
PARTNERS . 

Hoeltz, Edward Beylair. 
THE SECRET HOLLOW EARTH. 

Hoelzle, Mike. 

THE SWEET TASTE OF SOUR GRAPES. 

Hoersch, Ray. 

RESOLVED: THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS 
GRAVITY. 



SEE Wilson, 



(R) 



Hoffman, Byrd, pseud. 
Robert. 

Hoffman, Richard H. 
LOVE, HONOR AND OBEY. 



Hoffman, William M. 
NEW AMERICAN PLAYS. 
THANK YOU, MISS VICTORIA. 

Hofmann, Joha.nn. 

EINER DER LETZTEN KARNEVALSABENDE . 

Hogan, Frank. 

PUBLIC OFFICE/PRIVATE LIFE. 
SON OF OUR CROWD. 

Hogan, John B. 

PRESENTATION OF JOHN B. HOGAN AT THE 
MIDDLE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP HELD ON 
JANUARY 19, 1970, MONTAUK, NEW 
YORK. 
REMARKS OF JOHN B. HOGAN BEFORE NEGO- 
TIATOR TRAINING INSTITUTE, I969. 

Hogan, Robert. 
HEROINE. 

Hogg, Leila R. 

THE TWO PRINCESSES. 
Hoghj Kenmin. 

EAST MEETS WEST. 

Hogh, Kenmin, pseud. SEE Ho, Kenmin. 

Holden, Anton. 
BARBARA'S ROOM. 

Holden, Mary P. 
GRANDMA! GRANDMA. 

Holden, Prue. SEE Holden, Mary P. 

Holden, Mrs. Ralph. SEE Holden, 
Mary P. 

Holford, F. William. 
THE GOOD LIFE. 

Holland, Walter Ralph. 

REFLECTIONS ON AN OPEN GRAVE. 

Holloway, Anne K. 

THE ADVENTURES OF DR. WHACK, SURGEON. 

Holly, Ellen. 
THE SORCERER. 

Holm, John Cecil. 

BEST FOOT FORWARD. (R) 

Holmberg, Paul. 

THE TRAGEDY OF KENNEDY THE KING. 



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Holmes, Drauca J. 

THE GANDY DANCERS. 

Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc. 
THE TREASURY STAR PARADE. (R) 

Homer. 

HOMER'S ILIAD: A MODERN TRAGEDY. 
THROUGH GATES OF HORN. 

Hoopes, Ned E. 

GREAT TELEVISION PLAYS. 

Hope, Dick. 
CHANTEROO. 

Hopkins (Johns) Press. 

THE CAPACITY TO GOVERN: THE ROLE OP 
THE FCC IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF 
NATIONAL POLICY FOR COMPUTER 
COMMUNICATIONS. 
CIVIL LIBERTIES AND COMPUTERIZED DATA 

SYSTEMS . 
COMPLICATIONS IN THE NATIONAL DECI- 
SION-MAKING PROCESS. 
DESIGNING ORGANIZATIONS FOR AN 

INFORMATION-RICH WORLD. 
EDUCATION IN THE AGE OF COMPUTERS AND 

MASS COMMUNICATION. 
LARGE TIME-SHARING NETWORKS. 
MAN AND THE MACHINE: PROSPECTS FOR THE 

HUMAN ENTERPRISE. 
PROPERTY RIGHTS UNDER THE NEW TECHNOL- 
OGY. 

Hopman, Gerald. 
FOREIGN BODIES. 

Horeni, Edward. 
SIGHT AND SOUND. 

Hornback, Bert G. 
A GAME OF CHESS. 

Home, Kenneth. 

LOVE IN A MIST. (R) 
Horner, William A. 

GREAT AMERICAN DEEDS. 

GREAT AMERICAN DOCUMENTS. 

GREAT AMERICAN PATRIOTS. 

GREAT AMERICAN PLACES. 

GREAT AMERICAN SONGS. 

Horovitz, Israel. 
ACROBATS . 

THE HONEST-TO-GOD SCHNOZZOLA. 
LEADER. 
TREES . 
TREES & LEADER. 

Hotchner, Katherine. 
THE SCRIPT. 

Hotchner, Stephen. 
SACRIFICIAL SKY. 
A TIME TO LAUGH. 

Hotze, Alida Vreeland. 
MY MAN GODFREY. (R) 

Houck, Joy N., Jr. 
HIS WIFE'S HABIT. 

Hough, Alma Payne. 

A GREEN OLIVE TREE. 
Houriet, Robert. 
GRASS ROOTS. 

House, L. Margueritte. 

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. 

Housman, Laurence. 

GRACIOUS MAJESTY. (R) 

Howard, Charles B. 

A DREAM COMEDY: JOHN HENRY MASON. 

Howard, Fay. 

JOEL BRAND, THE STORY OF A DEAL. 

Howard, Victoria W. 

A DREAM COMEDY: JOHN HENRY MASON. 

Howard-Hill, T. H. 
TWELFTH NIGHT. 

Hubbard. Joan. 

A TOUCH OF MADNESS. 



Hucks, William Richard, Jr. 
LET'S GO LATIN. (R) 

Hughes, Babette. See: 
Hall, Babette. 
Hall, Babette Hughes 

Hughes, Dickson. 
LIKE IT IS. 

Hughes, Dickson. SEE Hucks, William 
Richard, Jr. 

Hughes, Kenneth. 

THE NAME OF THE RACE IS HUMAN. 

Huldt, Donald J., Jr. 
COMMON PEOPLE. 

Hull, Mrs. Howard. SEE Hull, Margaret 
Anglin. 

Hull, Margaret Anglin. 
DANDY DICK. (R) 

Humphreys, A. R. 

THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY IV. 

Hunter, Philip. 

A MAN AROUND THE HOUSE. 

Huntington, Robert M. 
GIRL. 

Hurst, Richard D. 

THE SWEET BEGINNING I. 

Hutner, Herbert H. 
HE MARRIED A WHORE. 

Huttenraaier, James. 
CONGRESSMAN DENNEY. 

Hyams, Peter. 
T. R. BASKIN. 



I 



Ibsen, Henrik. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 



2. 



Ideal School Supply Co. 
THE IDEAL READING SERIES. 

Iglesias, Paula. 
NEGRO DESTINO. 

Illovsky, Joseph. 

GROUP-HYPNOTIC SUGGESTIONS FOR 
EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS. 

Imbach, Vivian. 

GOD'S CHRISTMAS VESSELS. 

Imbrie, McCrea. 
RIGHT ON. 

Imperial International Learning. 
GATEWAY TO GOOD READING. 
THE LIVING HISTORY BOOK. 

Imperial International Learning Corp. 
INTERMEDIATE MATH PROGRAM. 

Imperial International Learning, Inc 
BLACK HERITAGE. 

Incardona, Camille, SEE Pamzy Pub. Co. 

Inclan, Federico S. 
DOROTEO . 

Inman, James. 

HELLO, BOB! WE'VE BEEN EXPECTING YOU. 

MAY I HAVE YOUR AUTOGRAPH, MR. SMITH. 
Innovative Curricula, Inc. 

THE MCCLUER PLAN. 

Inspiration & Entertainment Assistance 
Institute. 
INSPIRATION INTO INSIGHT. 

Institute for Universal Studies, 
Inc. 

HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION, 1715 TO 
PRESENT . 
SCRIPTS FOR RECORDED LECTURE COURSE, 

HISTORY OF AMERICAN EDUCATION. 
SHAKESPEARE. 



Instructional Dynamics, Inc. 

BLACK AMERICA: THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY. 

Instructor Publications, Inc. 
MERRIMOPPETS FOR CHRISTMAS. 
THE NEWSBOY AND THE BILL. 

International Business Management, 
Ltd. 
TALKING OF MICHELANGELO. 

International Paper Co. 
DOLLS ALIVE. 

International Telecomm, Inc. 

NEW TECHNIQUES IN MANAGEMENT. 

International Video, Inc. 
THE LEGEND OF THE JUGGLER. 

Investment Enterprises. 
W. C. 

Ionesco, Eugene. 
JEUX DE MASSACRE. 
PLAYS, VOLUME VI. 

Irving, Washington. 

THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER. (R) 
ICHABOD. 
SLEEPY HOLLOW. 

Irwin, Joseph F. 
MATHU. 

Isadore, Lisa. 
THE NIGHTINGALE. 

Isadore, Martin. 
THE NIGHTINGALE. 

Isle-Adam, Jean Marie Mathias Philippe 
Auguste Villiers de 1', Comte de . 
SEE Villiers de 1 'Isle-Adam, Jean 
Marie Mathias Philippe Auguste, 
Comte de. 

Ivanhoe, Eliot. 
ALL AT ONCE. 

Ivey, John Arthur. 
HOMER'S REDEMPTION. 

Ivie, Juanita Locker. 
WITH DAPHNE 'W ME. 



J 



Jack, Eula 0. 

GOD'S FORGOTTEN PEOPLE. 

HORSEFACE. 

LIFE ON A TREADMILL. 

MILLIE. 

Jackson, Douglas William. 
PRIME RIB. 

Jackson, Harold 0. 
DEAR MORPHEUS. 

Jackson, Martha. 
COUNT ON ME. 

Jackson, Violet E. 
THE DERELICTS. 

Jacobs, Diane. 
FRED. 

Jacobs, Harvey. 

ARBOR DAY AND OTHER SIDE. 

IN MEMORIUM. 

LAMENT FOR MOTHER'S DAY. 

M. 

THE MOVEMENT: PART 1 & 2. 

PRIVATE PARTS AND THE JEWISH MYSTIQUE. 

SISTERS AND THE WORKMAN'S CIRCLE. 

Jaeger, Henrietta M. 

BIG BLACK MAN AND LITTLE WHITE GIRL. 

Jaffe, Peter Warren. 

FILM ADVERTISEMENT FOR A POTATO CHIP 
OR SNACK COMPANY. 



Jaglom, Mrs . 



SEE Moore, Irene. 



James, Donlvan. 

PRIME MINISTER GOLDA MEIR. 



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Jan.-June 



James, Dorothy. 
THE CEDAR KNOT. 

James, Henry. 
THE BOSTONIANS. 

James, Lex. 

WHISPER OF LEATHER. 

Jamison, Ward. 
SPEECH. 

Jamison Associates, Inc. 
SPEECH. 

Janus, Edition. 

RECOLLECTIONS OF TALKS BY GURDJIEFF 
FROM NOTES OF HIS PUPILS. 

Jarratt, Florence B. 
DICK WHITTINGTON . 

Jarrell, Mary. 

THE THREE SISTERS. 

Jarrell, Randall. 
THE THREE SISTERS. 

Jarrell, Randall, Estate of. 
THE THREE SISTERS. 

Jeffers, Robinson. 

AT THE BIRTH OF AN AGE. 

Jefferson, Annetta. 
IN BOTH HANDS. 

Jelenski, Constantin. 
OPERETTE. 

Jenkins, Frank Shockley. 
LAST MAN OUT. 

Jenks, Dorothy Wills. 
DAYBREAK. 

Jennings, Gertrude. 
GOOD NEIGHBOURS. (R) 
IN THE BLACK OUT. (R) 

Jernigan, Thomas. 

THE CHRISTMAS PRAYER. 

Jerolamon, Gerald Allen, Jr. 
PROSTALTIC . 

Jerome, Helen. 

ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME. (R) 
COUNTERFEIT. (R) 

Jewish Education Committee of New York. 
THE BIBLE IN DANCE. 

Jewish Family Service. Gertrude 
Einstein Special Fund. 
ALWAYS, EVERYTHING IS NEVER. 

Jingle House Music Corn. 
THE BURP THEORY. 
THE HEXAGON. 
W.A.R. 



Job, Ann B. 
UNCLE HARRY. 

Job, Thomas. 
UNCLE HARRY. 



(R) 



Job, Thomas M. 
UNCLE HARRY. (R) 

Jobete Music Co., Inc. 
RED JONES STRIKES BACK. 



Johnson, Eldora. 
Johnson. 



SEE Arndt, Eldora 



Johnson, Helen M. 

THE SPACE REQUIREMENT. 

Johnson, Leslie. SEE Johnson, Yetta 
Leslie. 

Johnson, Louis. 
SAMBO. 

Johnson, Marian G. 

A GRIM FAIRY TALE, N0.1. 

IRVTN INSIDER. 

MAINLINER. 

OYVAYl MINE BROTHER. 



Johnson, Mary. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 

Johnson, Nicholas. 

THE CAPACITY TO GOVERN: THE ROLE OF 
THE FCC IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF 
NATIONAL POLICY FOR COMPUTER 
COMMUNICATIONS. 

Johnson, Philip. 

IT'S A SMALL WORLD. (R) 
LIFE WITHOUT MUSIC. (R) 
MATRIMONIAL. (R) 
MRS. METHUSELAH. (R) 

Johnson, Robert C, Jr. 
MAMA'S BOY. 

Johnson, Yetta Leslie. 
THE LOSERS. 



Jurczenia, Edward. 

THE BOOK, POLSKI TEEM. 



K 



Jones, pseud. 
David E. 



SEE Kochersperger, 

SEE Tullen, 



Jones, Benedict, pseud 
Jac ob . 

Jones, Christopher M. 
A HANDFUL OF QUIETNESS. 

Jones, Claire. 

TAKE ME TO THE TREASURE. 



Jones, Frank. 

SAINT JOAN OF THE STOCKYARDS. 

Jones, Nickolas I. 

RED JONES STRIKES BACK. 

Jones, Percy. 

WINTER. 

Jones, Richard V. 

CREON AND ANTIGONE. 

Jones, Samuel. 

WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE? 
PROTEST IN MUSIC. 

Jones, Stephen Dwight. 
A MAN MORE THAN MAN. 

Jones, Thomas J. 
CHRYSTAL. 

Jones, Thornton, pseud. SEE Blelock, 
Thornton Jones . 

Jones, Tom. 
CELEBRATION. 

Jones-Evans, Eric. 
DAVID COPPERFIELD. 

Jons on, Ben. 
VOLPONE. 

Jordan, Arlene . 
HEIDI. 

Jordan, Merritt. 

INCOME TAX FOR UNCLE JED. 

Joselovitz, Ernest Allan. 
BLACK ON BLACK. 

Joseph, Edmund. 

SEPARATE ROOMS. (R) 

Joshua Tree Productions, Inc. 

BLACK LEADERS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY 

AMERICA. 
MIDDLE AMERICA. 
RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES. 
VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE. 

Joy-Oke Productions, Inc. 
HIS WIFE'S HABIT. 

Joynt, Joanne. 

REMEMBERING TIMES. 

Joynt, Joseph M. 
NOW NOT LATER. 

Judin, Gary. 
LESSON TEN. 
WEASEL EVERYMAN. 

Juelle, Pablo Azor. 
BLESSED INFIDELITY. 



KAKE TV & Radio, Inc. 
SHOW FOR DOUGH. 

KOGA (Radio Station) Ogallala, Neb. 
NEBRASKA: PERSPECTIVE. 

Kack Kliek, Inc. 
COLOR. 

CUT THE BOY DOWN. 

ELMIRA BOUND. 

EXCON . 

GOD DAMN. 

I GET THAT FUNNY FEELING. 

NOT THE YOUNG BOY. 

SERVING TIME. 

SHE AIN'T BEEN WAITING. 

START LIFE OVER. 

STREET WALKLN WOMAN. 

WARDEN'S CIRCUS. 

YES, IT'S ME. 

Kafka, Franz. 
AMERIKA. 
THE METAMORPHOSIS. 

Kahin, Brian George. 
BARBARA, BABY. 
THE ENTROPISTS. 

Kahn, Anthony. 

STRAIGHT SHOOTER. 

Kakeland Productions, Inc. 
SHOW FOR DOUGH. 

Kalina, Paul. 

A TRULY HAPPY MARRIAGE. 

Kalisky, Rene. 
TROTSKY, ETC. 

Kallesser, Michael. 
WHY MARRY. 

Kalt, George. 

BIRDS OF A COLOR. 

Kalter, James Andrew. 

SEXTET FOR UNREQUITED LOVERS. 

A WITCH'S TIT IN A BRASS BRASSIERE. 

Kamarck, Edward. 

THE LAKE GUNS OF SENECA AND CAYUGA 
AND EIGHT OTHER PLAYS OF UPSTATE 
NEW YORK. (R) 

Kamban, Gudmundur. 
WE MURDERERS. 

Kane, Albert Morris. 
CHOICE IN HUMAN. 

Kane, David John. 
THE AGENCY. 

Kane, Patricia Tripp. 
REACHING OUT. 

Kansas. University. Medical Center. 
Dept. of Dietetics & Nutrition. 
LOW SODIUM, LOW CALORIE, POINT SCRIPT. 

Kanter, Stan. 

THE KNIGHT AND THE FOLLOWING DAY. 

Kaplan, Benjamin. 

PROPERTY RIGHTS UNDER THE NEW TECHNOL- 
OGY. 

Kaplan, Mike. 

IS JESUS STILL KEEPING THE STORE. 

Kaplan, Sol. 
THE MAGGOTS. 
WHO WOULD EVER BELIEVE IT. 

Kappelman, Murray. 
THE OUTSIDE PEOPLE. 

Karchmer, Andrea Rita. 
HEAD STREAM. 

Karnoogian, Phillip Edward. 

TOYS. 
Karoly, Mary Julia. 

THE DIVINE TRAGEDY. 



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NAME INDEX 



Karras, Stratis. 
THE STRONG MEN. 

Kashdan, George. 

BATMAN, A BIRD OUT OP HAND. 
BATMAN: A MAD, MAD, TEA PARTY. 
BATMAN: PARTNERS IN PERIL. 

Katzman, Jeffrey. 

EAT, DRINK, AND BE MERRY. 

Kauffman, Charlotte. 
REDBEARD. 

Kauffman, Stanley. 

PIG OF MY DREAMS. (R) 

Kaufman, George S. 
THE LADIES. (R) 
WASHINGTON, D.C. (R) 

Kaufman, Ghersen. 
ROASTING A FRIEND. 

Kaufman, William I. 

GREAT TELEVISION PLAYS. 

Kaufmann, Felton. 

THE MUSICAL ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER, 
THE GLORIOUS WHITEWASHER. 

Kaurin, Birger. 

A TRILOGY OF CONFRONTATION. 

Kearney, Dorothy G. 
CAEE OF THE BODY. 

Keenan, Bill. 

BATMAN: A GAME OF CAT AND MOUSE. 
BATMAN: BUBI, BUBI, WHO'S GOT THE 
RUBY. 
BATMAN: IN AGAIN, OUT AGAIN PENGUIN. 

Kelleher, Mrs. Bradford D. SEE 
Kelleher, Mary. 

Kelleher, Mary. 

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER. (R) 

Keller, Dean H. 
A FOOL'S ERRAND. 

Keller, Donald L. 

BASIC COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE. 

Kelljan, Bob, pseud. SEE Kelljchian, 
Robert. 

Kelljchian, Robert. 

THE LOVES OF COUNT IORGA, VAMPIRE. 
WHO DID THAT. 

Kelly, Marvelle H. 

THREE NEW MONOLOGUES. 

Kelly, Rose. 

ALL I WANT IS EVERYTHING. 

Kelly, Tim. 

ALWAYS MARRY A BACHELOR. 

Kelsall, M. M. 
LOVE FOR LOVE. 

Kemeny, John G. 

LARGE TIME-SHARING NETWORKS. 

Kendall, Jane, pseud. SEE Martens, 
Anne Coulter .' 

Kennedy, David J. 

THE CHICKEN AND THE EGGHEAD. 

Kennedy, Lucy. SEE Brown, Lucy Kennedy. 

Kennedy, Mary. 
THE LIZARD. 

Kenney, Robert E. 

DRAMMATIC GRAMMATICA. 

Kent, Harold W. 

PLAYS FOR AMERICANS. (R) 

Kenworthy, Deborah Ann. 
RUMPLESTILTSKY. 

Kephart, William M. 
SERVICE CLUB. (R) 



Kern, Ann T. 

THE ANSWERS OF ASSASSINS. 

Kern, Jerome. 

HAY-FOOT, STRAW-FOOT. (R) 

Kerr, Jack. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 

Kerr, Walter F. 
THE MISER. (R) 

Kerry, Ruth. 

DIE SCHONE GALATHEE. 

Kerz, Leo. 
HAPPY END. 

Kesinger, Gene 0. 
RETAIL SECURITY. 

Keskoff, Jack. 
EAST OF THE SUN. 

Kespert, Charles William III. 
THE JESTERS. 

Kesselring, Charlotte E. 

A FROG IN HIS POCKET, A MOUSE IN HER 

HAIR. 
HEBREWS XI: 1. (R) 
MAGGIE MCGILLIGAN. (R) 

Kesselring, Joseph. 

A FROG IN HIS POCKET, A MOUSE IN HER 

HAIR. 
HEBREWS XI: 1. (R) 
MAGGIE MCGILLIGAN. (R) 

Kesselring, Mrs. Joseph. SEE Kessel- 
ring, Charlotte E. 

Kessler, Barry. 

THE HIGH ROAD. 
Kessler, Karen. 

THE HIGH ROAD. 

Kessler, Lyle. 

THE WATERING PLACE. 

Ketchum, David. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Ketchum, Harriet V. 
GROTESQUERIE. 

Keveson, Peter. 

HOW MUCH, HOW MUCH. 

Key Productions, Inc. 

TAKE A CHARACTER, ANY CHARACTER. 

al-Khatib, Ibrahim Ismail. 

AN ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF THE PLAY 
SHAHRAZAD, BY TAWFIQ AL- HAKIM. 

Khipple, Roshan L. 

THE SPINNING WHEEL AND DESTINY. 

Kiefer, Warren David. 
THE LAST REBEL. 
THE ROUGH RIDERS. 

Kilby, Dorothy Linsley. 
WINDY WOLD. (R) 

Kilgore, Mary Brewer. 
BEHOLD THE MAN. 

Kilty, Jerome. 
DEAR LOVE. 

Kimble, Robert G. 

TAKE 5 MINUTES FOR YOUR FIGURE. 

Kimb rough, Jack. 

IN THE BERSERKER BOAT. 

King, Arthur H. , Jr. 

ADDRESS TO THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. 

King, Coretta Scott. 

NEW MOBILIZATION RALLY, WASHINGTON 
MONUMENT . 
King, Harold R. , Jr. 
PEANUTS AND POPCORN. 

King, Martin Luther, Jr. 

AN ADDRESS BY DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR. , THE ASSOCIATION- OF THE BAR. OF 
THE CITY OF NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, 
APRIL 21, 1965, HILTON HOTEL, NEW 
YORK. 
AMERICA'S CHIEF MORAL DILEMMA. 



HOW LONG? NOT LONG. 
PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL REPORT, SCLC 

CONVENTION, AUGUST 16, I967 . 
THE REVEREND DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR., JUNE 21, 1961, RALLY SPEECH, 
PHILADELPHIA , MISS ISS IPPI . 
TO CHARTER OUR COURSE FOR THE FUTURE. 

King, Martin Luther, Jr., Estate of. 
AN ADDRESS BY DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR. , THE ASSOCIATION OF THE BAR OF 
THE CITY OF NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, 
APRIL 21, I965, HILTON HOTEL, NEW 
YORK. 
AMERICA'S CHIEF MORAL DILEMMA. 
HOW LONG? NOT LONG. 
PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL REPORT, SCLC 

CONVENTION, AUGUST 16, 1967 . 
THE REVEREND DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR., JUNE 21, 1961, RALLY SPEECH, 
PHILADELPHIA, MISSISSIPPI. 
TO CHARTER OUR COURSE FOR THE FUTURE. 



King, Michelle, pseud. 
D. Vernon. 



SEE Davis, 



Kingsley, Madge Evans. 

THE ART SCENE I: MAN WITH A CORPSE ON 
HIS BACK. 

Kingsley, Sidnev. 

THE ART SCENE I: MAN WITH A CORPSE ON 
HIS BACK. 

Kinschner, David Harris. 
REPORT TO THE PEOPLE. 

Kipphardt, Heinar. 

JOEL BRAND, THE STORY OF A DEAL. 

Kirby, Eddie A. 

HOW NATIONS CAN KEEP OUT OF WAR. (R) 

Kirk, Geoffrey S. 
THE BACCHAE. 

Kirkman, Kay. 
KANORADO. 

Kirkpatrick, Edith. 

A LONG TIME GONE - TEENAGE RUNAWAYS. 



Kirkpatrick, John. 
STRANGEST FEELING. 



(K) 



Kirkwood, Jessie. 

A CHRISTMAS FANTASY. 

Kirsten, Jack. 

NEW JERSEY LAW JOURNAL AUDIO DIGEST. 

Kisinger, Donald Francis. 
VIBRATIONS . 

Kissel, Howard. 

STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM. 

Kistner 3 Arthur L. 

JOY AGAINST THE DARK. 

Kiviloo, Peeter. 
CANADA 5000. 

KLaghofer, Christine. 

EINER DER LETZTEN KARNEVALSABENDE . 

Klein, Samuel. 

WE'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER. 

Klein, William. 

MARJORIE DIAMONDSTIEN. 

Klemme, Herbert L. 

ADULT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT. 
THE MEANING OF CHANGE. 

Kliewer, Warren. 

A TRIAL CAN BE FUN, IF YOU'RE THE 
JUDGE. 

Kligman, Joseph. 

MY SON THE ??. 
Kline, Anthony Anch. 

SUNDAY CHAPEL. 

Kline, Maxine. 
TOUCH KISS. 

Knepp, Ruth M. Black. 
A TOAST TO LOVE. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



Knobel, Philip Herman. 
THE TRIPLE STANDARD. 

Knox, Leroy. 

SOUND ON SILDES. 

Koch, Philip. 
ANDROMAQUE. 

Kochersperger, David E. 
LEFT HANDED LORAN. 

Koebnick, Sarah Monson. 
PAIR BECKONING ONE. 

Koenig, Mary Lou. 

THE NAME OP THE RACE IS HUMAN. 

Koepke, Laura. 
LOTTIE. 

Kohl, Michael. 
EXPLOSION. 

Kohler, Stuart Alan. 
PHONEME. 

THE RECORD PLAYER. 
THE ROUTINE. 
TIME OUT. 

Kohn, Doris Merker. 
THE DREAM FACTORY. 
MOTHER RABBIT'S BIRTHDAY. 

Kohn, Emily H. 
SLEEPY HOLLOW. 

Kohout, Jaroslav. 
LOVE AGAIN. 

Kohs, Ellis B. 
AMERIKA. 

Kolpacoff, Victor. 
THE PRISONERS. 

Kolter, Eric Wolfgang, pseud. SEE 
Rollow, Frank W. 

Konter, Marian Edward. 

LIQUID INPUT NUCLEAR HEATED TURBINE. 

Kopf, Jean. 

MISS GOLDI LOCKS. 

Kopf, Mrs. Robert. SEE Kopf, Jean. 

Kopit, Arthur. 
INDIANS. 

Kopp, Edward Bradley. 
VIBRATIONS. 

Korb, Arthur. 
BABLON. 

Koretz, David. 

THE CATILINE CONSPIRACY. 
THE PHARSALUS DEBACLE. 

Korn, David. 

A SPY IN THE HOUSE OF LOVE. 

Kornberg, Edward. 

THE MESHES OF THE CRAFTY NET. 

Kortum, William Davies. 
STEWART MONOLOGUE ONE. 

Kosloff, Ira. 

THE HEART OF CHRISTMAS. 

Kosteva, Andrew C. 

$1,000.00 PER TOOTH. 

Kostreva, Arlene. 
SPARROW. 

Kottke, Theodore, George. 

THE WRITING AND ANALYSIS OF WRITING A 
FORMAL CHILDREN'S PLAY BY USING A 
CHILDREN'S IMPROVTSATIONAL THEATRE 
GROUP WORKING WITH AN ORIGINAL 
SCENARIO. 

Kramer, William E. 

TELEPHONE CONVERSATIONS CONCERNING 
PRICE-FIXING . 

Kranz, William. 

THE BROTHERS PANDAVAS. 



Krasna, Norman. 
BUNNY. 

Krause, Harold A. 

THE BEST OF AMERICAN SALESMASTERS . 

Kriegel, Edith. 
RAINBOW JUNCTION. 

Kroeber, Theodora. 

ISHI. 

Kroff, Alexander Y. 

TWENTIETH CENTURY FRENCH DRAMA. 
Krominsky, Barbara Ahrens. 
THE WANDERER. 

Kukoff, Bernie. 

SITUATION COMEDY. 

Kulikowskl, M. K. 

THE HARD HATS. 

Kulikowski, Marion Karol. 
JOB DRAMATIZED. 

Kumpe, Margaret. 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE HOME. 

Kunene, Daniel p. 
DINANABOLELE. 

Kurlansky, Mark J. 

THE NIGHT IS THE CUNJAH MAN. 

Kushner, William. 
THE GAY DESPERADO. 
MAGIC TIME. 
WHEN SCHWARTZ MEETS GOLDSTEIN. 



Labiche, Eugene. 
DER PRIX MARTIN. 

Labow, Jack. 

PAY THE PIPER. 

Lacey, Franklyn. 

RAIN FOR A DUSTY SUMMER. 

Lachner, Mary Elizabeth. 

STREETERVILLE . 
Lachner, Ronald Keith. 

STREETERVILLE . 

Lackmann, Ronald William. 
TALUS. 

La Coste, Roberta. 

THE IDEAL READING SERIES. 

Lacy, Dan. 

PROPERTY RIGHTS UNDER THE NEW TECHNOL- 
OGY. 

La Decima Musa, pseud. SEE Wally, 
George B. 

La Du, Robert R. 

THE YOUTHFUL DEEDS OF THE'CID. 

La Parge, W. E. R. 

THE ESCAPE, BY BALLOON, FROM RICHMOND, 
1865. 

Laffont, Robert. 

LES MATINEES STRUCTURALISTES . 

Laird, J. Packard. 

MR. DOT RESPONDS TO ACTION. 

Lake, Russell L. 
CRY, APRIL, CRY. 

LaMar, Virginia A. 
VOLPONE . 

Lamb, Myrna. 
THE MOD DONNA. 

Lamb, Richard Alan. 

DANIEL: AN ORATORIO FOR MIXED CHORUS 
AND ORCHESTRA, CHILDREN'S CHORUS, 
BARITONE SOLOIST AND NARRATOR, THE 
TEXT TAKEN FROM THE OLD TESTAMENT 
BOOK OF DANIEL AND PSALM ONE. 

Lamboy, Agustin. 
REGRESO DE HOMBRE . 



Landeck, Philip. 

THE FLOATING OPERA. 

Land en, David L. 

THE CREDIBILITY GAP. 

Lander, David L., pseud. SEE Landau, 
David L. 

Landin, John R. 
HOMBRE. 

Landis, Merrill Y. 
THE AGONY OF LOVE. 

Landry, Robert J. 
THIS FREEDOM. (R) 

Landsbergis, Algirdas. 

FIVE POSTS IN A MARKET PLACE. 

Lane, Barry. 
PAT IRISH. 
GOOD VIBRATIONS. 

Lane, Dorothy, pseud. SEE Brecht, 
Eugen Berthold Friedrich. 

Lane, John H. 

MOONLIGHT SONATA. 

Lane, Robert M. , pseud. SEE Van Lare, 
James. 

Lang, Joan Carole. 
THE POND. 

Langford, Arthur Jr. 

LIFE AND WORKS OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR. 

Langston, Bruce M. 

GIMME, GIMME BLACK POWER. 

Lanter, Thomas E. 

PORTRAIT OF A POINT. 

Lapson, Dvora. 

THE BIBLE IN DANCE. 

Larsen, Margaret Crowley. 
PRIESTS AND LEVITES. 

LaRusso, Louis, II. 
ROCCO & RAYMOND. 

Lauinger, Joan E. 

THE OUIJA. 
Laurence, Hugh. 

OEDIPUS TYRANNOS. 

Lavender, William D. 

THE CHANGING TIMES OP KING CORNELIUS. 

Law, Gordon Clifton. 
A STRANGE ALLIANCE. 

Lawson, Lucille. 
THE GANDY DANCERS. 

Lawson, Rolfe. 
THE OUTCASTS. 

Lawton, Charles. 

THE SOUND OF PEACE. 

Lazarus, Lory J. 

THE REUNION OF SAM. 

LazaTice Productions. 
THE REUNION OF SAM. 

Lazo, Lilia. 

POPA EN NUEVA YORK. 

Lea, James. 

IT'S FOR THE BIRDS. 

Leach, Blake. 

BARKING BACKWARDS. 

Learning Resources, Inc. 
GREAT AMERICAN DEEDS. 
GREAT AMERICAN DOCUMENTS. 
GREAT AMERICAN PATRIOTS. 
GREAT AMERICAN PLACES. 
GREAT AMERICAN SONGS. 
GREAT AMERICAN SYMBOLS. 

Leckner, C. H. 

DULCIE R. & MICHAIL L. 
Leder, Herbert. 
THE RACE. 



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Lederer, William L. 

GENESIS. 
Lee, Bernard S. 

TAPE SCRIPT FOR SPEECH THERAPY. 

Lee, Harper. 

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. 

Lee, Nathaniel. 
THE RIVAL QUEENS. 

Lee, Richard A. 

THE TEENAGE WITCHES. 

Lee, Samuel James, II. 
PRESIDIO. 

Leech, William Kramer. 
RUMPLESTILTSKIN . 

Lees, Bob. 
LIKE IT IS. 

Legend, Mark. 

THE BEST FOR YOU. 

Leger, Zoe E. 

LOVE IS A FEVER. 

Lehan, Bruce Lester. 
THE COOLER. 

Lehr, Milton H. 

THE LEGEND OF THE JUGGLER. 

Leibowitz, Barry. 

7- 

Leiehtling, Barry. 
CAPTAIN MILKSHAKE. 

Leighton, Isabel. 
CROWN OF NETTLES. 

Lentz, Merle M. 

BEHOLD DAVID, THE SON OF MAN. 

Lenz, Richard. 

CLEAN AS A WHISTLE. 

Lenzi, Gail W. 
THE CHESS GAME. 

Leon, Sylvia. 

THE GOLDEN GOOSE. 

Leonard (Hal)/Pointer Publications, Inc. 
MISSION: POSSIBLE SCRIPT. 
Leoncavallo, Ruggiero. 
I PAGLIACCI. 

Leonetti, Evangeline P. 

NURSING PROCEDURES, THE ENEMA. 

LePage, Gerald J. 
CRY FOR HELP. 

Leppard, Raymond. 
L'ORMINDO. 

Lerner, Hyman. 
MEYER LANDSKY. 

Leskoff, Jack. 
EAST OF THE SUN. 
Lessing. 

NATHAN THE WISE. (R) 

Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim. 
NATHAN DER WEISE. 

Lessing, Norman. 

ROCK-A-BYE BABY. (R) 

Levant, Lila. 
PAY THE PIPER. 

Levenstein, Hesper A. 

THE EVE OF ST. MARK. (R) 

Levenstein, Hesper Anderson. 
THE EVE OF ST. MARK. (R) 

Leventhal, Ann Z. 
WERE YOU THERE. 

Lever, Janet Rae. 

THE SOCCER CULT IN BRAZIL: A QUASI- 
RELIGION. 

Leverone, Judith. 
FREYA. 
PINO AND THE BELL. 



Levine, Deborah. 

THE RISE & FALL & FALL & RISE OF 
PHAEDRA SMITH, THE ALL AMERICAN 
GROOVER. 

Levine, Joseph. 

THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. 

Levitan, Judith Morley. 
THE SPIRAL WEEGEE. 

Leviton, Lee D. 

THE LOCUST AND THE LUNATIC. 

Levoy, Myron. 
SMUDGE . 

Levy, Richard. 

LOOSE LLPS SINK SHIPS. 

Lewalski, Barbara K. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 

Lewi, Charlotte Armstrong. 
RING AROUND ELIZABETH. (R) 

Lewi, Jack. 

RING AROUND ELIZABETH. (R) 

Lewis, David S. 

WHO IS XAVIER JONES. 

Lewis, James E. 

BELL OF THE DRY GULCH SALOON. 

Lewis, Jules. 

WHO IS XAVIER JONES. 

Lewis, Leslie L. 

INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: PLAYS. 

Lewis, Michael. 

CONCERNING JANE. 

Lewis, Miriam G. 
REDBEARD. 

Lewis, Rachel Benet. 
CHILD IS BORN, (R) 
THEY BURNED THE BOOKS. (R) 

Lewis, Tina. SEE Thompson, Tina L. 

Library Filmstrip Center. SEE Priest- 
ley, Violet. 

Lichtman, Paul B. 
THE DENTIST. 
TO KNOW SOMETHING IS TO BE SOMEBODY. 

Lichtman, Paul Bernhard. 

LAW IS COMMON SENSE MADE DIFFICULT. 
SHOP AND STOP. 

Lieberman, Harold Seymour. 
BROTHER JOHN FAUSTUS. 

Light, Antionette. 
BILL JACK. 

Lillenas Pub. Co. 
DAYBREAK. 
THE PROMISED ONE. 

Limbacher, James L. 

THE WACKY WITCH/KOOKY KATZ SHOW. 

Lind, Donald C. 

ENTANGLED IN THE VIRGIN'S HAIR. 

Lindahl, Harold Earl. 
DEFECTOR. 
KING KORN. 
TRICKS. 
WHAT IS HAPPENING AT NEWPLACE. 

Lindbergh, Anne Morrow. 
EARTH VALUES. 

Lindsay, Dorothy. 

ADDRESS TO THE ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF 

THE DRAMATISTS GUILD. (R) 
STRIP FOR ACTION. (R) 

Lindsay, Howard. 

ADDRESS TO THE ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF 

THE DRAMATISTS GUILD. (R) 
STRIP FOR ACTION. (R) 

Lithgow, Webster. 
RAZING KANE. 

Littell, Robert T. 
THE LABOR PARTY. 



Litvack, Barry. 

CLOSE CALL: HERE WE COME, READY OR 

NOT: A BASHFUL VIEW OF THINGS. 
MACHINES ON MACHINES. 
SLATOVA, OR THE MONSTER'S MONSTER'S 

REVENGE; GOD'S WILL, OR COULD THE 

CURSE EVER BE BROKEN. 
SLOW MEMORIES: THREE CHEERS FOR 

ORNITHOLOGY. 
THREE METAPHYSICAL ETCHINGS. 
WHATEVER HAPPENS IS GONNA HAPPEN IF IT 

HASN'T HAPPENED ALREADY UNLESS IT'S 

GONNA HAPPEN AGAIN: TO EXPIRE 

SOLICITOUSLY. 

Liu, H. S. 

THE INDIANS ARE COMING. 

Livingston, David . 
LAND 0' MY OWN. 

Lloyd- Jones, Hugh. 
AGAMEMNON . 
THE EUMENIDES. 
THE LIBATION BEARERS. 

Lloyds Bank, Ltd. 

GRACIOUS MAJESTY. (R) ' 

Lobl, Muriel. 

EAST OF THE SUN. 

Lockard, David Allan. 
WATCH YOUR WATCH. 

Lockwood, Robert Minturn. 

RISE AND FALL OF THE CITY OF 
MAHAGONNY. 

Loder, Elizabeth M. 
WORLD WAR I MAPS. 

Lodge, Carter.- 
DAMASK CHEEK. (R) 

Loffman, Constance. 
THE NEXT NINE MONTHS. 

Loffmark, Ralph Raymond. 
GIVE US THIS DAY. 

Logan, Aaron, pseud. SEE Jackson, 
Douglas William. 

Lo Giudice, Philip. 
LAST ACT OF JIMMY D ' . 

Lois Pub. Co. 
BARE FACTS. 
IN A NUTSHELL. 
PASS THE APPLE, EVE. 

Lollos, John. 

LOVE AND LET LOVE. 

Lombardo, Kathleen Kristine. 
ELECTRONIC BABY. 

London, Belle E. 

STONED ON THE MONEY BELT. 
Loney, Glenn M. 

ENDOWED BY THEIR CREATOR. 

Long, John Arthur. 

THE SECRET LIST OF BENEDICT TULLY . 

Longchamps, Richard. 
SOUNDINGS . 

Longhi, Vincent J. 
ABRAHAM'S MASK. 

Lono, Norman Y. 

THE CAPTAIN HALIBUT SHOW. 

Look/Listen & Learn, Inc. 

BLACK LEADERS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY 
AMERICA. 
EARLY CIVILIZATIONS OF THE NON- 
WESTERN WORLD. 
MIDDLE AMERICA. 
RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES. 
VISUAL ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE. 

Loomis, George A. 

ADAM AND EVE. 
Loomis, Horace, Jr. 

PREACHER ON A POGO STICK. 

Loomis, Horace, III. 

PREACHER ON A POGO STICK. 



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Loomis Enterprises. 

PREACHER ON A POGO STICK. 

Lorain County (Ohio) Dental Auxiliary. 
ONCE UPON A PLANET. 

Lorca, Federico Garcia. SEE Garcia 
Lorca, Federico. 

Lord j Jerome Edmund. 
TERESA, TERESA. 

Lord, Vivian Sutherland. 

EARLY SALEM, NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Lorenc, Cheryl E. 
BROKEN MLRROS. 

Lorrimer Pub., Ltd. 
THE BLUE ANGEL. 

Los Angeles, Alex, pseud. SEE Mallis, 
Constantine Alexander Hagi. 

Louis, Tobi. 

SOLITUDE, FRENZY, AND THE REVOLUTION. 

Love, Charles Ross. 

UPDOE, NADA, AND ALL THE GANG. 

Love, Corneilius R., III. 
FAUNTLERY. 

Love, Neil. SEE Love, 
Corneilius R., III. 

Lovell, Charles Kirk. 
THE SOFA. 

Lovi , Stephan . 
JAKE'S TURN. 

Lower, John E. 
WINTER'S END. 

Lubinsky, Herman. 

BROTHER CAME TOO LATE. 

Lubinsky, Herman. SEE Planemar Music 
Co. 

Lucas, Eddie. 
PUT IT BACK. 

Lucas, Marilyn J. 

LOW SODIUM, LOW CALORIE, POINT SCRIPT. 

Luippold, Robert Milton. 
THE SWIMMING POOL. 

Lunn, Robert. 

THE ORIGINAL TALKING BLUES. 

Lutheran Church in America. Western 
Pennsylvania-West Virginia Synod. 
THE CARETAKER. 

Lutz, Lonnie Richard. 

THE MILLION DOLLAR TRIP. 

Lynn, John Harrison. 
OFF WITH THE OLD. 



M 



M & S Press, Inc. 

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF JOHN JAY 
CHAPMAN . 

McAleavy, Grace Kelly. 
MURMURING SEA. 

Macaulay, Clinton. 
LORD THIS RING. 

McCain, Susan J. 
LITTLE ONE. 

McCall, James R. 
BIRTHDAY. 

McCann, Lawrence H. 
THE MASTER PLAN. 

McCann, Raymond. 
CINDERELL-O. 

McCann, Thomas P. 
RAZING KANE. 



McCarney, Kim Myles . 
COMMON PEOPLE. 

McCarroll, Earl L. , Jr. 
DADDY. 

McCart, William F. 

IT'S ALL YOURS, KIDS. 

McCarty, David Allen. 
THE MASK. 

McChristian, Frank, pseud. SEE 
DiCicco, Frank J., Jr. 

McClure, Truman J. 

LIFE AND LIFT MEMORIAL PLAN. 

McCown, William Floyd, Jr. 

ALPHOMEGA: ITS GOALS: ITS CONCEPT: HOW 
IT WORKS: TECHNIQUES AND EFFECTS 
OUTLINE: CLASS TRAINING OUTLINE. 

McCoy, Horace. 

THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON'T THEY. 

McCrackin, Robert. 
TRY ME. 

McCrackin-Sturman Ford, Inc. 
TRY ME. 

McCrae, David V. 
THANKS JOE. 

McCrossan, Mrs. Daniel. SEE McCrossan, 
Madge . 

McCrossan, Madge. 
BEATRICE. 

McDaniel, George E., II. 
MONKEY ON THEIR BACK. 
STAY IN SCHOOL. 

McDaniel, Leland Glen. 

THEORY OF TCE: THE ELECTROMAGNETIC 
WAVE. 

MacDonald, Betty. 
BETTY MACDONALD. 

McDonald's Systems, Inc. 

MCDONALD'S, WHERE IT'S HAPPENING. 

McDonough, Mary E. 

MORE PLAYS & PAGEANTS FOR PARISH GIRL 
SCOUT TROOPS. 

MacDougald, Dan. 

ATTITUDE PSYCHOTHERAPY. 

McEnery, Red River Dave. 
CHAPPAQUIDDICK SOLITARE. 

McEwan, Grace D. 

COMMERCIAL, PAUL MCGREGOR'S BEAUTY 
SALON . 

McFadden, Fred R., Jr. 

THE FORSAKING FATHER IN AMERICAN 
LITERATURE. 

McFee, William Robert. 

WELCOME TO THE HOOVER DAM AND LAKE 
MEAD TOUR. 

McGenigle, Ann. 
THE RAEEE SHOW. 
UNTO THEE A GARDEN. 

McGraw-Hill, Inc. 
EGMONT . 
NATHAN DER WEISE. 

McGrinder, Michael. 
HEATHEN PIPER. 

Mack, Carol K. 

NAMES AND NUMBERS. 

MacKaye, Steele. 
A FOOL'S ERRAND. 

MeKibbin, Martin. 
BARKING BACKWARDS. 

Mackie, Bruce A., III. 

WEBSTER'S DEFINITION NO. 19 FOR 
ROUND. 



McKnight, Jo Anne. 
CLARA. 

McLain, Edie. 

POVERTY IN TENNESSEE. 

McLean, John, III. 

ANAIS: THE VOICE OF A WOMAN. 

MacLeish, Archibald. 
SCRATCH . 

McLellan, Winifred. 

A BRIDGE MAY BE SLENDER. 

McLemore, R. A. 

ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF THE PIKE COUNTY 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION: 1870-1970. 
MeLennon, William Peter. 

WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO PINKY LEE. 

McLiesh, Fleming. 

THE ISLAND GOD. (R) 

Macmillan Co. 

THE ART OF DRAMA. 
BOLD JOURNEYS, GRADE FIVE. 
THE CRAFT OF DRAMA. 
INTO NEW WORLDS, GRADE SIX. 
INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: PLAYS. 
THE MAGIC WORD, GRADE FOUR. 
AN OVERVIEW OF THE TEACHER'S ANNOTATED 

EDITION FOR THE MACMILLAN READING 

PROGRAM, GRADES 1-3. 
AN OVERVIEW OF THE TEACHER'S ANNOTATED 

EDITION TO ACCOMPANY THE MACMILLAN 

READING PROGRAM, GRADES 4-6. 
PLAYS TO ENJOY. 
PLAYS TO REMEMBER. 
PREPRIMERS, GRADE ONE. 
A SCRIPT TO ACCOMPANY ENCHANTED GATES, 

GRADE TWO. 
A TAPE TO ACCOMPANY BETTER THAN GOLD 

GRADE THREE, LEVEL ONE. 
A TAPE TO ACCOMPANY WORLDS OF WONDER, 

PRIMER. 
TWENTIETH CENTURY FRENCH DRAMA. 

McNally, Terrenee. 

SWEET EROS, NEXT AND OTHER PLAYS. 

McNeive, Vivian. SEE Mayne, Vivian 
McNeive. 

Mcpherson, Shirley Patricia. 
SOME BUSHES DON'T HAVE BIRDS. 

McWhlnney, Michael. 
FANNY HILL. 

Madariaga, Salvador de. 
NUMANCE. 

Madden, William. 
SELAH. 

Madero, Robert. 
HEH. 

Maesso, Jose. 
ROBIN. 

Magavero, Gerard. 

THE BRAIN PRESERVER. 

Magdalany, Philip. 

CRISS-CROSSING AND WATERCOLOR. 
WATERCOLOR. 

Magidson, David Jacob. 

THREE PLAYS. 
Magie, Richard Jennings. 
CHICK A HOMINY. 

Magowan, Stephen Charles. 
HARLEQUINADE . 

Mahall, Mark. 

EVEN A DOG STOPS RUNNING. 

Mahin, Stephanie. 

THEY BURNED THE BOOKS. (R) 

Mahin, Stephanie Benet. 
CHILD IS BORN. (R) 
THEY BURNED THE BOOKS. (R) 

Majeski, Bill. 
D-D-D-D-DRACULA. 



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Mallin, Gail Annette. 
RAINBOW JUNCTION. 

Mallis, Constantine Alexander Hagi. 
THE BISHOP'S FANTASIA. (R) 
NAPOLEON AND THE FLOODS OF AUXONNE . (R) 
ONE WORLD. 
PRIVATE DILBOY. (R) 

Mallow, Stanley. 

GIVE A LOOK. 
Malone, Alba R. 

THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW. 

Malone, Walter. 

THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW. 

Maloney, Henry B. 
PLAYS TO REMEMBER. 

Maloon, James. 

MASS FOR DIONYSUS. 

Malouf, Karen Lee. 
WALK INTO THE WIND. 

Maltz, Maxwell. 

THE BEST OF AMERICAN SALESMASTERS. 

Mamalaki, Germalne. 
THE PEACEMAKER. 

Mandel, Julie. 

DANNY DUNN AND THE HOMEWORK MACHINE. 

Mander, pseud. SEE Ewing, Paula J. 

Maness, Laurence J. 
BLACK COCK SHOCK. 
CIRCLES IN CIRCLES. 

Mann, Harve, pseud. SEE Sussmann, 
Harvey L. 

Manpower, Inc. 

TELEPHONE COLLECTION. 

Manuel, Harriette E. 

SPOTLIGHT ON THE COBWEBS. 

Manus, Willard. 
ROZZNJOGD. 

Manzella, Leonard. 
THE CHOSEN SOULS. 

Marble, Herbert G. 
CALL ME UNCLE. 

Marceau, Felicien. 
LE BABOUR. 

Marcus, Diana. 

PITY EVE . 
Marcus, Sherry Jill. 

FRED. 

Marcus, Stanley. 

IN THE PLAIN DAYLIGHT OF THE 
TEMPERATE ZONE. 

Margos, Anton. 

FATHER, MEET JENNIE; JENNIE IS A GOOD 
GIRL. 

Marie, Francois. 

ENTRE CHIEN ET LOUP. 

Marino, John N. 
A WANDERER CAME. 

Market Gems, Inc. 

JOYOUS IS A FRISKY SQUIRREL. 

Marks, Dennis. 

BATMAN: COOL, CRUEL MR. FREEZE. 
BATMAN: HIZZONER, THE JOKER. 
BATMAN: IT TAKES TWO TO MAKE A TEAM. 
BATMAN: THE FIENDISHLY FRIGID FRAUD. 
BATMAN, WILL THE REAL ROBIN, PLEASE 
STAND UP. 

Marland, Fredric. 

STATE OF INDECISION. 

Marley, John. 
THE PRISONERS. 
Marlowe, Christopher. 
FAUST . 

Manner, Mike. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 



Marquis, Don. 
CATNIP LANE. 

Marschall, Robert A. 

SERVICE STATION EMPLOYEES TRAINING 
PROGRAM. 

Marshall, Howard. 
THE LIVING END. 

Martens, Anne Coulter. 
HUCKLEBERRY FINN. (R) 
LOST HORIZON. (R) 
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. (R) 

Marti, pseud. SEEE Dreiblatt, Martha. 

Martin, David. 

ARBOR DAY AND OTHER SIDE. 

IN MEMORIUM. 

LAMENT FOR MOTHER'S DAY. 

M. 

THE MOVEMENT: PART 1 & 2. 

PRIVATE PARTS AND THE JEWISH MYSTIQUE. 

SISTERS AND THE WORKMAN'S CIRCLE. 

Martin, G., pseud. SEE Tolle, Wolfgang. 

Martin, Jean Marie. 

LA LEGENDE DU RETOUR. 

Martin, Lois E. 
IPPZZEE ANNE. 

Martin, Robert. 
THE GOLDEN CAPE. 

Martin, Mrs. Robert. 
THE GOLDEN CAPE. 

Martin, Mrs. Russell N. SEE Martin, 
Lois E. 

Martin-, Ruth. 

LA GAZZA LADRA. 

Martin., Thomas. 
LA GAZZA LADRA. 

Martinez , Rene . 
SURI-MAN. 

Martinez, Sam J. 
TRIPLE-PLAY. 

Marzano, Peter. 

YESTERDAY'S HERO. 

Marzocco, John E. 
CHUTZPAH. 

Mascorieto, Jeddu Rodriguez. 
TIGRES EN LA CALLE. 
Mason, Clifford Lester. 
JIMMY X. 

Massie, Diane Redfield. 
THE WIVES 'S TALE. 

Masters, Kelly R. 

SPACE AGE TRAVEL MSS. 

Masters, Roy. 

HOW YOUR MIND CAN KEEP YOU WELL. 

Masud, Enver. 

DESIGN FOR AN AUTOMATIC DISTRIBUTION 
SUBSTATION PLANNING PROGRAM. 

Mathematical Sciences Group. 
FUNCTIONS & FORMULAS. 

Mathews, Jerry. 

NEIGHBORS, AND EAST RIVER ANTHOLOGY. 
Mathews, Robert W. 

SWEET PROTEST. 
Mathews, Ruth Elisabeth Moore. 
CROSS SECTION. (R) 

Mathewson, Christopher Cooper. 
EURYNOMOUS . 
A LITTLE RENAISSANCE AT MOLLY'S 0. 

Mathias, Alice Hammerstein. 
HAY-FOOT, STRAW-FOOT. (R) 

Mathias, Michael. 
ANTIGONE'S WEDDING. 

Matlack, Margaret. 
SOMETHING TELLS ME. 



Matlock, John R. 

BETTER THAN THE REAL THING. 

Matrone d'Ephese. 
PETIT THEATRE. (R) 

Matthews, Carleton. 
AMERICA, TO YOU. (R) 

Mattikow, June. 

THE KING OF SCHNORRERS. 

Maugham, W. Somerset. 
PLAYS, I. 
PLAYS, II. 

Maugham, William Somerset. 
THEATRE. (R) 

Maupassant, Guy de. 
ALBERT HERRING. 

Maximoff, Louise V. 

THE TIN-FAR TUNESMITH. 

May, Lola J. 

INTERMEDIATE MATH PROGRAM. 

Mayes, Judith. 

THE GOLDEN CAPE. 

Mayne, Vivian McNeive. 
DOONALEE . 

Mays, Carl. 

WITHOUT A DOUBT. 

Mays, Carl W. 

PLAYING CHURCH. 

Mead, Shepherd. 

THE MAGNIFICENT TRAVELS, ADVENTURES, 
CAMPAIGNS, LOVES, AND LIVES OF 
BARON MUNCHAUSEN. 

Meade, Wendell Howes. 
BEULAHLAND. 

Means (Edna) Dramatic Service. 
THREE NEW MONOLOGUES. 

Media Horizons, Inc. 

DATA SYSTEMS NEWSTAPE. 

Media Medica, Inc. 

A DOCTOR ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT 
DRUGS . 

Mednick, Murray. 
THE HUNTER. 

Meech, Gaylord T. 
ICARUS . 

Meighan, Alvera B. 

THE IDEAL READING SERIES. 

Meilhac. 

DIE FLEDERMAUS. 

Meilhac, Henri. 

THE GRAND DUCHESS OF GEROLSTEIN. 

Meisel & Co., G.M.B.H., Edition. 
MEIN HERZ FUR SYLVIA. 

Melfi, F. J. Guarino. 
EVIL WALKS OUR LAND. 

Melfi, Leonard. 

puck: puck: puck. 

Melville, Herman. 

THE COURT MARTIAL OF BILLY BUDD. 

Menes, Diane Dimon. 
CINDERELLA. 

Menser, C L. 

PLAYS FOR AMERICANS. (R) 

Menzer, Herman Richard, Jr. 

ISHI. 
Meranze, David Samuel. 

MAYHEM AT MAYHEW. 

Mercer, Anne. 

THE SONG OF FREEDOM. 

Merchants National Bank & Trust Co. 
of Indianapolis. 
THE GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANA. (R) 

Mereurio, John A. 
KNOCK, KNOCK. 



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Mercury, Michael, pseud. SEE Mallis, 
Constantine Alexander Hagl. 

Meriwether (Arthur) Inc. 
DOOR Sc GUN. 

HUSH, NO ONE IS LISTENING. 
THE LORD'S PRAYER. 
MERCY. 
THAT KOOK J. C. 

-Merrill (Charles E.) Pub. Co. 
BLACK DRAMA. 

Merry Sunshine Music. 

TOM SAWYER, AMERICAN BOY. 

Messerli, Jonathan. 

SCRIPTS FOR RECORDED LECTURE COURSE, 
HISTORY OF AMERICAN EDUCATION. 
Methods & Materials Press. 

GOING TO POT? OR NOT. 

Methuen & Co. 
MACBETH. 

Methuen & Co. , Ltd. 

THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY IV. 

Mex, Alphonse. 

LA GRANDE MASCARADE. 

Meyer, Chester Fredric. 

THE SECRET LIST OF BENEDICT TULLY. 

Meyer, Donald J. 
PUPPETS . 

Meyer, Frederick Robert. 
A-WOOING GO. 
SCANDALOUS ACTS. 

Meyer, Joseph. 
CINDER BOX. 

Michael, Christopher D. 
TO THEM FROM HIM. 

Michaels, Jeff, pseud. SEE Katzman, 
Jeffrey. 

Michel, Georges. 

ARBALETES ET VIELLES RAPIERES. 

Michigan Heart Assn. 

CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIA IDENTIFICATION: 
OVERVIEW AND INTRODUCTION. 

Michky, A. E. 

THE ADVENTURES OP DR. WHACK, SURGEON. 

Michon, Warren F. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO OPERA. 

Mierre. 

LA DAME DE CHEZ MAXIM. 

Mikenas, Edward E., Sr. 
C.O.D. 

Milch, David. 

AT THE HOLIDAY HOUSE. 

Miles, Alvin, Jr. 

YOU CAN'T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER. 
YOU CAN'T TELL BY THE BLOOD. 

Millar, Ronald Graeme. 
ABELARD AND HELOISE. 

Miller, Barbara. 
TYRANNOSAURUS REX. 

Miller, Betty Tressel. 

THE LEGENDARY AND SCRIPTURAL 

DECORATION OF THE CHRISTMAS TREE. 

Miller, Charles E. 
THE BRAIN PRESERVER. 

Miller, Claire G. 
JOHNNY TREMAIN. 

Miller, Eileen. 

ANY MAN CAN BE A LADY KILLER. 
Miller, Ira. 

MONDO GOLDFARB. 

SATIRE OF THE CONCEPTION CORPORATION. 

Miller, J. 

THE MISER. (R) 

Miller, Jason, pseud. SEE Miller, 
Thomas . 



Miller, Peter M. 
TYRANNOSAURUS REX. 

Miller, Sidney. 

LYLE. 

Miller, Thomas. 

THE EARTH IS A STAR. 

Miller, Victor B. 

THE SWEET BEGINNING I. 

Millrose, Victor. 
ON THE SEVENTH DAY. 

Milner, Mrs. F. D. SEE Milner, 
Therese. 

Milner, Richard D. 
BLACK AND WHITE. 

Milner, Therese. 

HEAVEN IS NO CIRCUS. 

Milo, Otto. 

WIENER WALZER. 
Minford, Robert V. 

JOURNEY TO ELDORADO. 

Minichiello, Richard R. 
THE ARCHITECT OF DREAMS. 

Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS. 
BLACK LEADERS OF THE RECONSTRUCTION 

ERA. 
EVOLUTION OF THE BLACK UNIVERSITY. 

Miranda, Edgard Rocha da. SEE Rocha 
Miranda, Edgard da. 

Misterogers, pseud. SEE Rogers, Fred 
McFeely. 

Mitchell, Ronald Elwy. 
NO BOOTS IN BED. (R) 
MItnick, Carol. 
THE ORI YENTAS. 

Mittenthal, Esther Horenstein. 
TWO BEAUTIFUL COMFORTER COVERS. 

Moffett, Marjorie. 

THUS PLAY I IN ONE PERSON MANY 
PEOPLE. (R) 

Mohrt, Michel. 
UN JEU D'ENFER. 

Moliere, pseud. SEE Poquelin, Jean 
Baptiste. 

Moliere, J. B., pseud. SEE Poquelin, 
Jean Baptiste. 

Mollenhauer, Emery C. 
THE CRAFT OF DRAMA. 

Moloney, Raymond L. 

THE HANDS OF EURYDICE. 

Molyneaux, Thomas. 
O'HARA'S THEORY. 

Mondshein, Kenneth. 
THE TUMBLER. 

Monos, James. 
MASADA . 

Montefiore, Gene T. 
THE ELEVENTH FINGER. 

Montgomery, Marion. 
YE OLDE BLUEBIRD. 

Montgomery, Robert. 

IS SHE IZZY, OR IZ HE AIN'TZY, OR 
IZ THEY BOTH. 

Montgomery, Robert H., Jr., trustee. 
FORTY CARATS. 

Montgomery, Robert S. 
50/60. 
SUBJECT TO FITS. 

Montgomery Community College, Takoma 
Park, Md. 
A LONG TIME GONE - TEENAGE RUNAWAYS. 

Montherlant, Henry de. 
LA REINE MORTE. (R) 



Moody, Michael Dorn. 
THE SHANTY. 

Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. 
GOD'S CHRISTMAS VESSELS. 

Mooney, Phoebe. 
THE ATTIC. 

Moor, Edward, pseud. SEE Kornberg, 
Edward . 

M06re, Carroll. 
BEGINNER'S LUCK. 

Moore, Douglas. 

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER. (R) 

Moore, Emily. 

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER. (R) 
Moore, Irene. 

THE CHERRY ORCHARD. 

Moore, Laurens P. 

WASHINGTON IRVING, THE GENTLEMAN 
FROM SLEEPY HOLLOW. 

Moore, Mrs. Leon. SEE Moore, Sonia. 

Moore, Nolan A. 

THE CHALLENGE OF CHANGE. 

Moore, Ruth. SEE Mathews, Ruth 
Elisabeth Moore. 

Moore, Sarah. 

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER. (R) 

Moore , Sonia . 

THE CHERRY ORCHARD. 
Moore, Wilbert. 
CROSSED LETTERS. 

Moraine Productions Corp. 
A SEDER FOR THE SEVENTIES. 

Morand, Paul. 

PETIT THEATRE. (R) 

Morehouse, Augustus Ward, III. 
BAMBOO. 

Morgan, Clark, pseud. SEE Clark, 
George M. 

Morgan, Patt, pseud. SEE Sheehan, 
Patricia Morgan. 

Morgenthau, Henry, Jr. 

THE TREASURY STAR PARADE. (R) 

Morino, Philip J., Sr. 
LILIES OF THE ALLEY. 

Morris, Alisa S. 

INTEGRATE INTEGRITY. 

Morris, Dwight. 

MANANA IS ANOTHER DAY. (R) 

Morris, Lloyd. 

DAMASK CHEEK. (R) 

Morrison, Dorothy. 

THE WHAD'YA KNOW SHOW. 

Morrison, James R. 
TREEHOUSE . 

Morton, Brian N. 
THE TIMETABLE. 

Morton, Christine H. 
BUTTERFLY . 

Mosco, Maisie. 

SOMETIMES YOU FEEL LIKE CRYING. 
Moses, Peter. . 

LOVE THE FIRST NIGHT. 
Mosley, Gracie Lee. 
SOUND OF GUNS. 

Mosley, R. B. 
SOUND OF GUNS. 

Moss, Charles. 

DIRTY LITTLE BILLY. 

Moss (David) Productions, Inc. 

SEXTET FOR UNREQUITED LOVERS. 
Moss, Gene. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 



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Moss, Jeffrey. 
PROFESSIONS . 

Mostelj Samuel J. 

WHO WOULD EVER BELIEVE IT. 

Moulton, Herbert. 

THE AGE OF AQUARIUS. 
THE LASCIVIOUS CARRIAGE. 
SATURNALIA . 

Mt. San Jacinto College, Gilman Hot 

Springs, Calif. 

ADVANCED TOPICS OF QUADRATIC 
EQUATIONS . 
ALPHABETIC FILING --INDIVIDUAL NAMES. 
AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY, UNIT 7-C. 
THE AMERICAN-MEXICAN WAR. 

ARITHMETIC PROGRESSIONS. 
THE BINOMIAL THEOREM. 
CAUSES OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. 

COMPLETION OF THE SQUARE. 

COMPLEX NUMBERS. 

DETERMINANTS BY THE USE OF MINORS. 

EQUATIONS OF A STRAIGHT LINE. 

EXPONENTIAL FORM OF COMPLEX NUMBERS. 

EXPONENTS . 

FACTORING . 

THE FAMILY IN TIME OF TROUBLE. 

FAULTY COMPARISON. 

FIRST DEGREE EQUATIONS. 

FRACTIONAL EQUATIONS. 

FRACTIONS . 

FUNCTIONS . 

FUNDAMENTAL OPERATIONS. 

GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF COMPLEX 
NUMBERS. 

GRAPHS OF FUNCTIONS. 

IMAGINARY NUMBERS. 

INEQUALITIES . 

INTRODUCTION TO SPIRIT DUPLICATION. 

INTRODUCTION TO STENCIL DUPLICATION. 

INTRODUCTION TO WRITING. 

INVERSE TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS. 

LAWS OF SINES, COSINES AND TANGENTS. 

LOGARITHMS . 

MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION. 

MANIFEST DESTINY. 

MARRIAGE AND TIE FAMILY: SITUATIONS 
CAUSING PROBLEMS IN FAMILY LIVING. 

MEDICAL SECRETARY. 

METHODS OF DEVELOPMENT: DEFINITION. 

MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION OF 
COMPLEX NUMBERS IN POLAR FORM. 
PAYROLL CLERK: COMPUTING THE PAYROLL. 
PAYROLL CLERK: WRITING THE PAYROLL 

CHECK. 
PERMUTATIONS. 
POLICE SECRETARY. 

POLYNOMIALS . 

POWERS AND ROOTS OF COMPLEX NUMBERS: 

DEMOIVRE'S THEOREM. 
PRE-COLONIAL EUROPE. 

PRODUCTS . 
THE QUADRATIC FORMULA. 

RADICALS . 

RECTANGULAR COORDINATES. 
THE RELATIONSHIP OF RELIGION TO 
FAMILY LIFE. 

RIGHT TRIANGLE TRIGONOMETRY. 

SEQUENCES AND SERIES. 

SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS. 

SOCIAL-CULTURAL FORCES INFLUENCING 
FAMILY LIFE. 

SOLVING SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS BY 
DETERMINANTS. 

STRENGTHENING AND IMPROVING MARRIAGE 
AND FAMILY LIFE. 

SYNTHETIC DIVISION. 

SYSTEMS OF QUADRATIC EQUATIONS. 

TECHNICAL TYPEWRITING. 

TRIGONOMETRIC AND POLAR FORMS OF 
COMPLEX NUMBERS. 

TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS. 

TRIGONOMETRIC IDENTITIES. 

TYPE FACTORING. 

VARIATIONS . 

Mt. San Jacinto Junior College District 

(Calif.) 

ADVANCED TOPICS OF QUADRATIC 
EQUATIONS . 
ALPHABETIC FILING— INDIVIDUAL NAMES. 
AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY, UNIT 7-C. 
THE AMERICAN-MEXICAN WAR. 

ARITHMETIC PROGRESSIONS. 

THE BINOMIAL THEOREM. 

CAUSES OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. 



COMPLETION OF THE SQUARE. 

COMPLEX NUMBERS. 

DETERMINANTS BY THE USE OF MINORS. 

EQUATIONS OF A STRAIGHT LINE. 

EXPONENTIAL FORM OF COMPLEX NUMBERS. 

EXPONENTS . 

FACTORING . 

THE FAMILY IN TIME OF TROUBLE. 

FAULTY COMPARISON. 

FIRST DEGREE EQUATIONS. 

FRACTIONAL EQUATIONS. 

FRACTIONS . 

FUNCTIONS . 

FUNDAMENTAL OPERATIONS. 

GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF COMPLEX 

NUMBERS. 
GRAPHS OF FUNCTIONS. 
IMAGINARY NUMBERS. 
INEQUALITIES . 

INTRODUCTION TO SPIRIT DUPLICATION. 
INTRODUCTION TO STENCIL DUPLICATION. 
INTRODUCTION TO WRITING. 
INVERSE TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS. 
LAWS OF SINES, COSINES AND TANGENTS. 
LOGARITHMS . 

MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION. 
MANIFEST DESTINY. 
MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY: SITUATIONS 

CAUSING PROBLEMS IN FAMILY LIVING. 
MEDICAL SECRETARY. 

METHODS OF DEVELOPMENT: DEFINITION. 
MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION OF COMPLEX 

NUMBERS IN POLAR FORM. 
PAYROLL CLERK: COMPUTING THE PAYROLL. 
PAYROLL CLERK: WRITING THE PAYROLL 

CHECK. 
PERMUTATIONS. 
POLICE SECRETARY. 
POLYNOMIALS . 
POWERS AND ROOTS OF COMPLEX NUMBERS: 

DEMOIVRE'S THEOREM. 
PRE -COLONIAL EUROPE. 
PRODUCTS . 

THE QUADRATIC FORMULA. 
RADICALS . 

RECTANGULAR COORDINATES. 
THE RELATIONSHIP OF RELIGION TO 

FAMILY LIFE. 
RIGHT TRIANGLE TRIGONOMETRY. 
SEQUENCES AND SEEIES . 
SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS. 
SOCIAL-CULTURAL FORCES INFLUENCING 

FAMILY LIFE. 
SOLVING SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS BY 

DETERMINANTS . 
STRENGTHENING AND IMPROVING MARRIAGE 

AND FAMILY LIFE. 
SYNTHETIC DIVISION. 
SYSTEMS OF QUADRATIC EQUATIONS. 
TECHNICAL TYPEWRITING. 
TRIGONOMETRIC AND POLAR FORMS OF 

COMPLEX NUMBERS. 
TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS. 
TRIGONOMETRIC IDENTITIES. 
TYPE FACTORING. 
VARIATIONS. 

Moyle, Donald Robert. 
PASTERNAK. 

The Mud, pseud. 

MR. AND MRS. GRACE. 

Muir, Edwin. 

AMERIKA . 
Muir, Kenneth. 

MACBETH. 

Mulcahy, Patrick D. 

CUM LAUDE FRAUD. 
Mulle, Fritz. m 

MEIN HERZ FUR SYLVIA. 

MEIN HERZ FUR SYLVIA. (R) 

Muller Jordan Herrick, Inc. 
DOLLS ALIVE. 

Mulryne, J. R. 
THE WHITE DEVIL. 

Mundy, Janice Guthrie. 
MINE, NOT YOURS. 

Mundy, Janice K. 
SNAPSHOTS 1970. 

Mundy, William H. 
SNAPSHOTS 1970. 



Munk, George P. 

THE CONTRACT. 
Munson, Carol Anne Reckner. 

HOPI AND ZUNI INDIAN DRAMA. 

Murphy, Beverlee Galli. 
ANIMALS IN THE PARK. 

Murphy Mildred. SEE Pond, Mildred 
Murphy . 

Murray, Harry L. 
BLOOEYFLUM. 

Murray, Heather. 

THERE IS A SEASON. 

Murray, John. 
SPORT SPOTS. 

Murray, William. 

PIRANDELLO' r S ONE-ACT PLAYS. 

Musikverlag Josef Weinberger, G.M.B.H. 
SEE Weinberger (Josef) G.M.B.H., 
Musikverlag. 

Musique Contemporaine. 
ON VEUT LE LUMIERE. 

Musset, Alfred de. 
OEUVRES COMPLETES. 

Musset, Paul de. 

OEUVRES COMPLETES. 

Must, Dennis. 

DEATH'S BALLOON. 
A MEXICAN BIRD ACT. 

Myers, Robert Manson. 
THE BOSTONIANS. 



N 



Nadeau, Ronald Morris. 
ENTRANCE INTO ALL. 

Nader, Ralph. 

CIVIL LIBERTIES AND COMPUTERIZED DATA 
SYSTEMS . 
Nagel, Willard. 
MOT HAH. 

Nagoomba, Travis, pseud. SEE De Marco, 
John. 

Nancy Enterprises, Inc. 
PLAZA SUITE. 

Narcy, William, pseud. SEE Narducci, 
William. 

Nardu, D. H. , pseud. SEE Hicks, David. 

Narducci, William. 
PASSION'S PLAYTHING. 

Nasanow, Barbara Field. 
THE LATE SHOW. 

Nash, Ogden. 

LOVE IN A MIST. (R) 
ONE TOUCH OF VENUS. (R) 

Nash, R. Raymond. 
THE PEACOCK ANGEL. 
WHERE'S LAURIE. 

Nasika, Arthur. 

HOW LONG, OH LORD. 

Nass, Elyse. 
W. H.E.N. 

Nast (Conde) Publications, Inc. 
DOC SAVAGE, MAN OF BRONZE. (R) 
THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

National Assn. of Blue Shield Plans. 
RECOLLECTIONS OF AN ALCOHOLIC. 

National Cash Register Co. 
IN THE GROOVE. (R) 

National Periodical Publications, Inc. 
BATMAN, A BIRD OUT OF HAND. 
BATMAN: A GAME OF CAT AND MOUSE. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



House. SEE Lillenas 



National Periodical Publications, 

BATMAN ""a MAD, MAD, TEA PARTY. 
BATMAN: BUBI, BUBI, WHO'S GOT THE 

RUBY. 
BATMAN: COOL, CRUEL MR. FREEZE. 
BATMAN: HIZZONER, THE JOKER. 
BATMAN: IN AGAIN, OUT AGAIN PENGUIN. 
BATMAN: IT TAKES TWO TO MAKE A TEAM. 
BATMAN, LONG JOHN JOKER. 
BATMAN: PARTNERS IN PERIL. 
BATMAN, THE BIG BIRTHDAY CAPER. 
BATMAN: THE COOL, CRUEL CHRISTMAS 

BATMAN: 'THE FIENDISHLY FRIGID FRAUD. 
BATMAN: THE JIGSAW JEOPARDY. 
BATMAN, WILL THE REAL ROBIN, PLEASE 

STAND UP. 
BATMAN: WRATH OF THE RIDDLER. 

National Rifle Assn. of America. 
THE AMERICAN OUTDOORSMAN. 

Naylor, Charles. 
THE AD GAME. 

Naylor, Donald Oscar. 

THE TRAGEDY OF AKHENATEN, THE HERETIC 
KING. 

Naylor, Franc ine. 

TOMORROW OUR CHILDREN. 

Nazarene Pub 
Pub. Co. 

Neal, W. M. 

WANTED BY THE F.B.I. 

Nebraska. University. Press. 
THE RIVAL QUEENS. 
THE WHITE DEVIL. 

Needier, Doris G. 
PAULA PULLET. 

Neilson, Keith. 

THE END OF THE WORLD. 

Nelsen, Donald. 
THE MIRROR. 

Nelson, Harry William. 
OURS IS THE WORK. (R) 

Nerad, August C. 
PACE. 

Neruda, Pablo. 

SPLENDEUR ET MORT DE JOAQUIN MURIETA. 

Neumann, Carl A. 

A BIT OF HATE, A TRACE OF LOVE. 

Neuschloss, Gisella. 

OH! THE PITY OF IT ALL. 

Neuwirth, Robert. 
FOOL OF PARIS. 

New England Merchants National Bank 
of Boston. 
CREDIT TRAINING SYSTEM AT NEW ENGLAND 

MERCHANTS . 
1203 INSCRIBER TRAINING PROGRAM AT NEW 

ENGLAND MERCHANTS. 
YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT AT NEW ENGLAND 

MERCHANTS . 

New Jersey Law Journal Audio Digest. 
NEW JERSEY LAW JOURNAL AUDIO DIGEST. 

New Jersey Law Journal Audio Digest, Inc. 
NEW JERSEY LAW JOURNAL AUDIO DIGEST. 

New Orleans Opera House Assn., Inc. 
ATTILA . 

New York University. 

THE NEW WAVE SPANISH DRAMA. 

Newbert, Roy. 
FIRE ISLAND. 

Newett, Arthur W., Jr. 
BETTER BUSINESS. 

Newhoff-Blumberg, Inc. 
DIALING FOR DOLLARS. 

Newman, Sol. 

WHEN BATS MAKE EVENSONG. 



Nicholaw, Andy C. 

CHILDREN OF THE MIME. 

Nightingale-Conant Corp. 
LEAD THE FIELD. 

THE MONEY MACHINE FOR LIFE INSURANCE 
AGENTS . 

Niles. 

YESTERDAY'S CAKES. (R) 

Niles, Geoffrey, pseud. SEE Hale, 
C. Ivan. 

Nilssen, Jerome. 
THE BAPTISM. 

Nimmer, George R. 

PUBLIC CONFERENCE ROOM AND STENO- 
GRAPHIC FACILITIES FOR AIR TRAVELERS. 

Nin, Anais. 

A SPY IN THE HOUSE OF LOVE. 

Nisbet, Charles. 
NOW. 

Nissen, Arlys Marie. 
UP FROM BENGHAZI. 

Noble, Dennis E. 

THE DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF. 
THE GAME. 
THE INDUCTION. 
POLLY. 
THE SONG AND DANCE MEN. 

Noble, Mary C. 

THE PSYCHIATRIST. 

Nolter, Martin C, Jr. 
BIG MAUDE SAVES THE DAY. 
BY GEORGE! A GUARDIAN ANGEL. 

Norell, Michael. 

CLEAN AS A WHISTLE. 

Northwest Bancorporation, Minneapolis. 
CLUES TO CUSTOMERS. 

Norwood, Dorothy. 

BROTHER CAME TOO LATE. 

Nosanow, Barbara Field. 
MATERIA MEDICA. 
THE RENAISSANCE OF BARNABE BARNES. 

Nuchtern, Jean. 
HYMN. 

Nunez, Manuel D. 

CUMPLI MI SENTENCIA. 

Nygaard, Kay, pseud. SEE Clark, 
Catherine . 

Nystrom (A. J. ) & Co. 

[EIGHT CASSETTE SCRIPTS] 



o 



Oates, Joyce Carol. SEE Smith, Joyce 
Carol Oates. 

Oates, Marlienne Joella. 
OPERATION HOLINESS. 

Oberon, Rex, pseud. SEE Mallis, 
Constantine Alexander Hagi. 

Oboler, Arch. 
EXECUTION. (R) 
GHOST STORY. (R) 
HATE. (R) 

HAVE YOU SEEN-HIM. (R) 
THE LAST IN THE WORLD. (R ) 
LETTER AT MIDNIGHT. (R) 
NIGHTMARE. (R) 
PLAYS FOR AMERICANS. (R) 
SOLILOQUY WITH DEATH. (R) 
THIS FREEDOM. (R) 
THE TRAIL. (R) 
WHAT THE DEVIL. (R) 

O'Brien, Houston Vance, Jr. 
OUR TOWN TODAY. 



O'Brien, James Gllllo, pseud. SEE 
Gilio, James. 

O'Brien, Robert. 

TRAGEDY, TEN MAJOR PLAYS. 

Obser, Eileen D. 
THE LETTER. 
WALL OF SILENCE. 

O'Connell, Louise. 

THE LAKE GUNS OF SENECA AND CAYUGA 
AND EIGHT OTHER PLAYS OF UPSTATE 
NEW YORK. (R) 

O'Connell, Madeleine, Sister. 
THE PRIEST AND THE NUN. 

O'Connell, Scott, pseud. SEE Scott, 
Grace A. 

O'Connor, John. 

SOMEWHERE ALONG THE ROAD. 

O'Connor, Robert Lionel. 
FAMILY INSTITUTE. 

O'Dell, Jack. 

A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM. 

Oettinger, Anthony G. 

COMPUNICATIONS IN THE NATIONAL DECI- 
SION-MAKING PROCESS. 

Offenbach, Jacques. 
LA BELLE HELENE . (R) 

O'Hara, Donald. 

MAYHEM ON MONDAY IN YONKERS. 

O'Hartnett, Dion, pseud. SEE Hartnett, 
Richard Patrick. 

Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp. SEE General Motors Corp. 
Oldsmobile Division. 

Oldsmobile Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp. SEE General Motors 
Corp. Oldsmobile Motor Division. 

Olive, Philip A. 

GREAT AMERICAN DEEDS. 
GREAT AMERICAN PATRIOTS. 
GREAT AMERICAN SONGS. 
GREAT AMERICAN SYMBOLS. 

Oliver, Fideli. 
NEGRO DESTINO. 

Oliver, Robert L. 

A BETTER WAY TO LEARN. 

Oliveros, Pauline. 
AEOLIAN PARTITIONS. 

Ollivier, Eric, pseud. SEE Du Pare, 
Yves Eric. 

Olsen, Alfa Betty. 
COPPER FUTURES. 

Olson, Fred. 

MAGGIE DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE. 
MR. AND MRS. GRACE. 

Olsson, Mary Ann. 

LOW SODIUM, LOW CALORIE, POINT SCRIPT. 

Omnia Camera, Inc. 

20TH CENTURY-FOX WORLD CUP GRAND 
PRIX SERIES. 

Opalach, Frederic C. 

WE NEVER NEVER LAND IN NEVER NEVER 
LAND ... UNTIL WE'RE ALL WAYS IN 
THE TITLE, SEE. 
Order Friars Minor Conventual, 
Syracuse, N.Y. 
A LEAVE OF ABSENCE PROGRAM. 

Oreck, Mary. 
ZZZAP. 

Ormont, David. 

COME, LIVE WITH ME. 

Ormsby, Alan Robert. 

MOMS IE AND THE MIDNIGHT BRIDE. 

Ortega D., Carlos. 
ROLAND AND MAURICE. 



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Osborn, Charles S. 

THE EDUCATION OF PETER BAUER. 

Osborne, James B. 
CRY CADENCE. 
NEW HABITS. 

Osborne, John. 

EPITAPHE POUR GEORGE DILLON. 

O'Shea, Daniel Padralc. 
HALLELUJAH, I'M A BUM. 

Os hen, Richard. 

IT'S NEVER REALLY THE END. 

Otey, Orlando. 

BRIEF EXPLANATION OF THE OTEY METHOD. 

Oursler, Charles Fulton. 
LOVE, HONOR AND OBEY. (R) 

Oursler, Charles Fulton, Jr. 
LOVE, HONOR AND OBEY. (R) 

Oursler, Will. 

LOVE, HONOR AND OBEY. (H) 

Owens, Richard, pseud. SEE Jones, 
Richard V. 

Owens, Rochelle. SEE Economou, Rochelle 
Owens. 

Oyamo, pseud. SEE Gordon, Charles 
Franklin. 



Packer, Robert W. 
ALMOST TOO LATE. 
IN THE BEGINNING. 
UNCLE SAM'S PLACE. 
THE WHOLE WORLD IN OUR HANDS. 

Pagnol, Marcel. 
FANNY . 

Palie -Pavlov, Elpidio. 
CANADIAN TRILOGY. 
PORTRAIT WITH THREE PROFILES. 

Palmer, Randy, pseud. SEE Caputo, 
Richard. 

Palmer, Vernart Leroy. 
LEFTY. 

Pamzy Pub. Co. 

FUNKY SOUL, PART 2. 

Panas, Alexander. 

AN EVENING WITH ME. POE. 

Paolucci, Anne. 

DANTE AND MACHIAVELLI: POLITICAL 
IDEALISM AND POLITICAL REALISM. 

Papell, Stan. 
TILT. 

Papp, Joseph. 

NO PLACE TO BE SOMEBODY. 

Pappidas, Arthur. 

DANCE OF THE LEMMINGS. 
Padues, Georges. 
THEATRE. 

'Pare, Yves Eric Du. SEE Du Pare, 
Yves Eric . 

Paris, R. C, pseud. SEE Nash, 
R . Raymond . 

Park, Phil. 

THE GRAND DUCHESS OF GEROLSTEIN. 

Parman, James Frank. 
NAGA UTA. 

Parrilla, Arturo. 

THE BIRTH OF FREEDOM. 

Pasatieri, Thomas. 
THE WOMEN. 

Pascoe, Charles H. 
CHUTZPAH. 

A Passing Thing, Inc. 
MOMENTS . 



Pasternak, Boris. 
PASTERNAK. 

Patch, Jerry. 
SUNDAY GOLF. 

Patmon, Frederick A. 

THE GROWTH AND IMPORTANCE OF THE INDE- 
PENDENT PRODUCER; KEY FACTORS TO 
CONSIDER IN NEGOTIATING A DEAL WITH 
THE PRODUCER. 

Patrick, John. 

A BOOK OF DRAMA, 3- 
LOVE IS A TIME OF DAY. 

Patrick, Robert. 
THE GOLDEN CIRCLE. 

Patterson, Don. 

THE ABRAHAM LINCOLN STORY. 

Patterson, George. 

BARA LIVES IN THE CLOSET. 

Pauley, John F. 
SEPTEMBER TEA. 

Pavelsky, Steven B. 

THE BABA WILL GET YOU. 

Pavlov, Elpidio Palic- . SEE Palic- 
Pavlov, Elpidio. 

Pflvni* S A 

HALFWAY UP THE TREE. 

Pawlak, Daniel C, Jr. 
LOVE. 

Pauley, Thomas D. 

THE TUMULT AND THE SHOUTING. 

Payne, Robert. 

FIVE POSTS IN A MARKET PLACE. 

Peacock, Thomas Love. 
NIGHTMARE ABBEY. 

Pearlman, Errol. 
RAMA. 

Pearson, E. 0. 
VASHON . 

Peavy, Paulina. 

IS THE MOON A BURNED- OUT SUN. 
Peirce, Morrie. 

SKIM MILK. 

Pelegano, Geraldine. 
SEPARATE ROOMS. (R) 

Peluso, Emanuel. 

HURRICANE OF THE EYE. 

Pendergrass, Ray. 

THE VIRGIN VILLAINS. 

Penguin Books, Inc. 
THE TEMPEST. 

Penney, Edmund. 

I DON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT ART, BUT I 
KNOW WHAT I LIKE. 

Pepper, Robert. 

OUR TOYSHOP, THE SNOWMAN CAPER. 

perebinossoff , Catherine M. 
LA DAME DE CHEZ MAXIM. 

Perelman, Laura. 

NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. (R) 

Perelman, S. J. 

LOVE IN A MIST. (R) 

NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. (R) 

ONE TOUCH OF VENUS. (R) 

Perkins, James. 

YOU HAVE BEEN SET FREE. 

Perkins, Rix D. 

DAWN OF DRAKE. 
Perlis, Alan J. 

LARGE TIME-SHARING NETWORKS. 

Perron, Lee Allen. 
COME EASY, GO EASY. 

Perry, Barbara Fisher. 
NOISY CITY SAM. 



perry, Ben L. 

DEAR VICTORIA PHELPS. 

Perry, Julia A. 

PERSPECTIVE IN MUSIC. 

Perry, Leslie David. 

THE AMERICAN WAY OF CELEBRATION. 

Perry, Robert H. 

THEATRE OF CHANGES. 

Perry, Rosslyn. 
ALEXANDRA. 

Perry, Ruth. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 

Perryman, Tom. 

COUNTRY MUSIC LAUGH-OUT. 

Peters, Richard Oakes. 

THE SIM-TOUR ENVIRONMENT ENRICHMENT 
PROJECT IN THE SOCIAL STUDIES. 

Peterson, Dodd, pseud. SEE Pendergrass, 
Ray. 

Petrides, Avra. 

PHOEBUS, YOU'VE TURNED ON. 

Petrillo, Eugene. 
SHOPPING CENTER. 

Petrovic, Aleksandar. 

LE MAITRE ET MARGUERITE. 

Pettengill, Charles W. 
TWO MRS. CARROLLS. (R) 

Peyser, Arnold. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 

Peyser, Lois. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 

Peyton, Billy Bruce, Jr. 

LIGHT 'NIN' BUGS 'N' GOD 'N' THINGS. 

Pflanzer, Howard. 

THE MAN WHO LOVED MUSIC. 

Phelan, J. B., pseud. SEE Donnelly, 
Elizabeth N. 

Phelps, Florence M. 
THE MCCLUER PLAN. 

Phelps (Stuart W.) Productions, Inc. 
AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS. 

Phillips, Louis. 

IT'S FOR THE BIRDS. 

Phillips, William Foster. 

LET US NOW PRAISE LITTLE BEASTIES. 
Phinizey, Thomas, 

LOOK INSIDE. 

Pichette, Henri. 
LES EPIPHANIES. 

Picozzi, Raymond. 

PLAYS TO ENJOY. 

Pieczenik, Steve Richard. 

AN EVENING OF ONE ACT PLAYS. 

Pierre, Jose. 

THEATRE, 
pietrack, Irving. 

THE EAST SIDE STORY. 

Pike, Monty A. R. 
THE POTBOILERS. 

Pimley, Cajan Lee. 

THE BRIDES' NIGHT OUT. 

Pimley, John T. 

THE BRIDES ' NIGHT OUT. 
Pincus, Herbert Julius. 

THE ECONOMICS OF COMMUNAL MARRIAGE. 
Pincus, Irvin. 

MORE THE MERRIER. (R) 

Pinero, A. W. 
DANDY DICK. (R) 

Pintane, r.a.g. 
BIP. 
THE ILLUSION OF MISTER NEAT. 



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Pirandello, Luigl. 

PIRANDELLO'S ONE- ACT PLAYS. 
THEATRE . 

Pisciotta, Vincent Bennett. 
SPREAD EAGLE MICK. 

Pitt, George R. 
THE MAGGOTS. 

Pizzuto, Emanuelino. SEE Martin, 
Mrs. Robert. 

Planemar Music Co. 
AMAZING GRACE. 

Plant, Philip Paul. 

DIFFERENT STROKES FOR DIFFERENT FOLKS. 
SWITCHAROO. 

Piatt, Geraldine. 

THE SPIRITS ARE WILLING. 

Piatt, Raymond. 
THE TESTING BIT. 

Plays, Inc. 

FOUR- STAR PLAYS FOR BOYS. 

ONE HUNDRED PLAYS FOR CHILDREN. 

Po, Chu-i. 

THE EVERLASTING SORROW. 

Poggiali, Leonardo 

IT'S ONLY A FOUR LETTER WORD. 

Polacek, Karel. 

DAS GUT STEPANTSCHIKOWO. 

Pol en, Nathan. 
BUTTONMAN. 

Poleri, William F. 
THE DODO TREE. 

Pollack, Sydney. 

THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON'T THEY. 
Pollexfen, Jack. 
CALL ME AUNTIE. 

Pollock, Muriel. 

LITTLE BLACK SAMBO. (R) 

Ponch, Martin. 
NO-NO-ADAM. 

Pond, Mildred Murphy. 
THE DARK NIGHT. 
THE HIRED GIRL. 
THE HOUSE THAT GEORGE BUILT. 

Ponderoso, Louis M. 

LIBRA ON THE CUSP OF SCORPIO. 

Ponderoso, Louis Michael. 
CELIA WHITE DOVE. 

Pontiac Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp. SEE General Motors Corp. 
Pontiac Motor Division. 

Ponzini, Anthony. 
BUTTONMAN. 

Pool, Ithiel de Sola. 

COMPUNICATIONS IN THE NATIONAL DECI- 
SION-MAKING PROCESS. 

Pope, Myrtle Pihlman. 
POEMS OF A LIFETIME. 

Popper, Ken. 

CROSSING THE RUBICON. 

Poquelin, Jean Baptiste. 
DO IT YOURSELF. 

THE DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF 
GEORGE DANDIN. 
HEAVEN BLESS ME. 
THE MISER. (R) 
PLAY IT BY EAR. 
THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES. 
SHOW ME WHERE THE GOOD TIMES ARE. 

Porczak, Walter. 
SON OF OUR CROWD. 

Porter, Cole. 

SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS. (R) 

Porter, Russell. 

ALLEN, INCORPORATED. (R) 



Porter, William Sidney. 
THE RANSOM OF RED CHIEF. 

Porzak, Brian Z. 
MOMENTS. 

Posluszny, Paulette. 

THE MAGIC MIRROR TALE. 

Posner, Richard. 

THE CAPACITY TO GOVERN : THE ROLE OF 
THE FCC IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF 
NATIONAL POLICY FOR COMPUTER 
COMMUNICATIONS. 

Post, Barney. 
HELLO PAPA. 

Poulos, Thomas G. 

NEW DRIVERS, ONE TONGUE, ONE 
UMBRELLA. 

Powell, Arnold F. 
THE WORMS. 

Powell, Jerry. 
FANNY HILL. 

Powell, William Jerome. 
THE METAMORPHOSIS. 

Powers, John. 

ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND. 

Poznak, Joan Gilbert Van. SEE 
Van Poznak, Joan Gilbert. 

Pratt, H. Lee. 

A BASKET OF RHUBARB. 

MOONLIGHT-SONATA, THE LIFE OF LUDWIG 
VAN BEETHOVEN. 

Preminger, Michael. 
LESSON TEN. 
WEASEL EVERYMAN. 

Preminger, Michael A. 

BANTUBA? I CAN TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT. 

Prentice-Hall, Inc. 
AGAMEMNON . 
ANDROMAQUE. 
THE BACCHAE. 
THE EUMENIDES. 
ION BY EURIPIDES. 
THE LIBATION BEARERS. 
OEDIPUS THE KING. 
THE SEVEN AGAINST THEBEa . 

President & Fellows of Harvard College. 
SEE Harvard University. President 
& Fellows of Harvard College. 

President & Trustees of Bowdoin College. 
SEE Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. 
President & Trustees. 

Presser (Theodore) Co. 
THE WOMEN. 

Preston, Spencer. 

IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED. 

Prey, Claude. 

ON VEUT LE LUMIERE. 

Price, Olive. SEE Cherryholmes, 
Olive Price. 

Prideaux, James. 
UNDER MACDOUGAL. 

Priestley, John Boynton. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 1. 

Priestley, Violet. 
THE CARD CATALOG. 

Priority One of Greater Syracuse, Inc. 
THE NAME OF THE RACE IS HUMAN. 

Prival, Jean. 

THE BETTER HEAVEN. 

Prival, Lucien. 

THE BETTER HEAVEN. 

Prokofieff, Serge Sergeivitch. 
THE GAMBLER. 

Prueitt, Gerald. 
SOMETHING TO HIDE. 



Puccini, Giacomo. 
THE SWALLOW. 

Puck, Guy, pseud. SEE Mallis, 
Constantine Alexander Hagl. 

Pugh, Ann Barham. 
HUMBUG. 

Puhek, Albert J. 
I PAGLIACCI. 
DIE ZAUBERFLOTE. 

Pulera, Ron. 
L.A.U.G.H. 

Puryear, Bronson Lee. 

THE PAIN OF SECOND BIRTH. 



Quality Bakers of America Cooperative, 
Inc. 
BATTER WHIPPED SUNBEAM. 

Quartin, Terry. SEE Hanes, Terry, Jr., 
pseud. 

Quillinan, Gertrude Carol. 
THE RHYTHM OF NUMBERS. 

Quillman, Karen. SEE Kessler, Karen. 

Quirk, Tom. 

MAGERSFONTEIN. 



R 



R.H.M. Productions. 
THE MARTLET'S TALE. 

RKO Radio Music Co., Inc. 
L.A.U.G.H. 

R. L. R., pseud. SEE Ruskin, Robert 

Louis. 

Rabe, David W. 
BURNING . 

Rabe, David William. 
KNIVES. 

Rabkin, Gerald . 
QUANTRILL. 

Race, Jeffrey. 
HOW THEY WON. 

Racine, Jean Baptiste. 
ANDROMAQUE. 

Racz, Albert B. 
PAT, MY BOY. 

Rado, James. 
HAIR. 

Ragan, Roy W. 
LOOK INSIDE. 

Ragin, Alfonsa. 
AMEN BROTHER. 

Ragni, Gerorae. 

HAIR. 

Raigorodsky, Natalia. SEE Harter, 
Marie Leda Natalia Raigorodsky. 

Rainer, Iris. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 
Ramsey, Dale L. 
KELLODY. 

Randall, John, -pseud. SEE Reach, 
James . 

Randolph, Jerry. 
SAINT POLITIKOS. 

Randolph, Larry. 
THE CROSSPATCH. 

Randolph, Thomas. 

THE FARY KNIGHT. (R) 
Rapp, Sandra L. 

ANNIE OAKLEY AND BUFFALO BILL. 



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Rappaport, Richard Warren. 
KING PAUL. 
NARRATOR'S CONJECTURE. 

Rasch, Sunna Cooper. 
THE MAGIC WORLD. 

Rasmussen, Barbara. 
ICHABOD. 

Raspe, R. E. 

THE MAGNIFICENT TRAVELS, ADVENTURES, 
CAMPAIGNS, LOVES, AND LIVES OF 
BARON MUNCHAUSEN. 

Rath, Jeffrey 0. 

WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS. 

Raucher, Herman. 

A GLIMPSE OF TIGER. 

Reach, James. 
MR. CHRISTMAS. 

Real, Aramis del. SEE Alvarez, Aramis. 
Reardon, Edward Hyland. 
THE CREATION SCRIPT. 
THE MORNING THE OAK TREE BLED. 
THE TELESCOPE. 

Reavey, Jean. 
ARCICERO. 

Reckner, Carol Anne. SEE Munson, Carol 
Anne Reckner. 

Red Stick Music Co., Inc. 

THE JED CLAMPETT. 
Redman, Crosby E. 
THE CRAFT OF DRAMA. 

Redshaw, Rebecca R. 
CINDER BOX. 

Redwine, Skip. 
DOLLS ALIVE. 

Reed, Carol. 

THE THIRD MAN. 

Reed, Mark. 

THE MAN WILSON. (R) 

Reed, Virginia. 

THE MAN WILSON. (R) 

Reeves (Mary) Inc. 

COUNTRY MUSIC LAUGH-OUT. 

Regan, Sylvia. SEE Ellstein, Sylvia 
Regan. 

Regents of the University of Wisconsin. 
SEE Wisconsin. University. Regents. 

Regina-Thon, Stephan, pseud. SEE 
Wiener, Stephan Allan. 

Regular Baptist Press. 

A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM. 

Reichert, Heinz. 
THE SWALLOW. 

Re id, Irving, pseud. SEE Rifkin, 
Irving. 

Reid, Joyce G. 

SOMETHING TELLS ME. 

Reilly, John. 

GENTLEMAN JOE'S. 

Reilly, John Terrence. 
THE HEADMASTER. 
THE LOVELY BUBBLELY BLISS OF ATLAS 

BOTTOMLES . 
MONTAGE . 
Rein, Robert B. 

OUR PLAY ON THE FUTURE HAS NO NAME. 
Reines, Bernard J. 

CITIZEN FRANKLIN OF PHILADELPHIA. (R) 
GERRYMANDER. (R) 

Reinhold, Robert, pseud. SEE Rein, 
Robert B. 
Reino, Joseph C. 

THE HALF-DANES OF FINNSBURG AND 
HEOROT HALL. 



Reisdorff, Robert. 
ROSE. 

Reiss, A.G. Theaterverlag. 
TITUS ANDRONICUS. 

Renner, David P. 
NEITHER/NOR. 

Research Council of the Buddha's Univer- 
sal Church. SEE Buddha's Universal 
Church, San Francisco. Research 
Council. 

Reuben, Rochelle E. 
ZO BOLDGOLD. 

Revell (Fleming H. ) Co. 
TIM WHOSOEVER. 

Reynolds, Bozena. 

CASSANOVA CROWNS HIS WIFE. 

Rhymer, Paul M. 

VIC AND SADE. (R) 

Rhymer, Mrs. Paul M. 
VIC AND SADE. (R) 

Rhymer, Paul Parke. 
VIC AND SADE. (R) 

Ribman, Ronald. 

PASSING THROUGH FROM EXOTIC PLACES. 

Rice, Barbara. 

TO THE STARS. (R) 

Rice, Elmer. 

TO THE STARS. (R) 

Rice, John A. 

TO THE STARS. (R) 

Rice, Judith. 

TO THE STARS. (R) 

Rice, Paul. 

TO THE STARS. (R) 

Rice, Robert. 

TO THE STARS. (R) 

Richards, Bob. 

THE BEST OF AMERICAN SALESMASTERS . 

Richards, Stanley. 

HILLS OF BATAAN. (R) 
Richardson, John H. 

JOE CHILBLAIN'S ALMANAC. 

Richmark Productions. 
CAPTAIN MILKSHAKE. 

Richter, Francille. 

MY ALLEGIANCE TO THE CHRISTIAN FLAG. 

Richwine, Lynda Fletcher. 
MIRACLE IN BETHLEHEM. 

Ricordi (G. ) & C, S.P.A. 
LA LEGENDE DU RETOUR. 

Rifkin, Irving. 

THE HEART OF CHRISTMAS. 

Riggs, Robert B. 
PACE. 

Rigus, Tony, pseud. SEE Guzman, 
Angel Rivera. 

Rinaldo, Carmen L. 

HANGUP . 
Ringwald, Kim Louis. 

COME SWIM WITH THE PILOT FISH. 

Rio, Ramon Barco del. 
PENSAMIENTOS INUTILES. 

Ritter, Madge. 

A WEDDING REHEARSAL. 

Ritzer (Jeremy) Ltd. 
GRASS ROOTS. 

Rivera, Luis G. Santanna- . SEE 
Santanna-Rivera, Luis G. 

Rizzo, Francis Jude. 
BELLY BUTTON. 
CROSSWORDS . 
DO YOU LIKE ME? SAY YOU LIKE ME. 



Rizzo, Jeffrey. 

AND THEY ALL WENT OUT TO PLAY. 

Robbins, Jane 0. 

LIBRE D'ETRE VOUS-MEME. 
QUEL CHOIX S'OFFRE A VOUS. 

Robert, Cavett. 

THE BEST OF AMERICAN SALESMASTERS. 

Roberts, Andy. 

THE ENTRY OF CHRIST INTO LIVERPOOL. 
SEE THE CONKERING HEROINE COMES. 

Roberts, Louis Edward. 
PASTERNAK. 

Roberts, Rhoda. 

SHOW ME WHERE THE GOOD TIMES ARE. 

Robinson, Claudia. 

COMPETITION IS THE NAME OF A VERY 
BAD GAME. 

Robinson, David Royden. 

AND WHAT HAVE YOU LEARNED. 

Robinson, Frederick H. 
VORSPIEL. 

Robiscoe, James. 
THE ORDER. 

Roby, Paul. 

LA GRANDE MASCARADE. 

Rocha Miranda, Edgard da. 
0-000-MM. 

Rochon, Leo Bertrand. 

WHAT'S BEAUTIFUL ALSO DIES. 

Rockey, Palmer. 
PRINCE OF PEACE. 

Rodale, J. I. 

THE COCKROACH WHO WANTED TO GO STEADY. 
WHISTLER. 

Rodale, Jerome I. 
LE FAUSSET VELU. 
MOTHERS . 

Rodman, Selden. 

THE REVOLUTIONISTS. (R) 

Rodriguez, Walter. 
REGRESO DE HOMBRE. 

Rodriguez Suarez, Roberto. 
OSTRICHES. 

Roegler, Gregory Stephen. 
THE PASSIONATE SHEPHERD. 

Roffman, Frederick S. 
TREASURE ISLAND. 

Rogers, Edward K. 
THE CARETAKER. 

Rogers, Fred McFeely. 
JOSEPHINE THE GIRAFFE. 
NIGHT TIME IN MR ' S NEIGHBORHOOD. 

Rogers, Harry Lee. 
SNOW WHITE. 

Rogers, John L. 
KANORADO . 

Rogers, Veda M. 

KANORADO. 
Rohr, Charles A. 

ALPHABETIC FILING--INDIVIDUAL NAMES. 
INTRODUCTION TO SPIRIT DUPLICATION. 
INTRODUCTION TO STENCIL DUPLICATION. 
PAYROLL CLERK: COMPUTING THE PAYROLL. 
PAYROLL CLERK: WRITING THE PAYROLL 
CHECK. 

Roinet, Louis. 
LES EPIPHANIES. 

Rollet, Ronald Thomas. 

TIGHT-ACID COUNTRY. 
Rollow, Frank W. 

TOTENKOPF-SS. 
Romani, Felice. 

ANNA BOLENA. 



Roo, Edward John De. 
Edward John. 



SEE De Roo, 



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Rood, Arnold. 

AFTER THE PRACTISE THE THEORY, GORDON 
CRAIG AND MOVEMENT. 

Rooks, Lenora S. 

PAPA. 

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 
Pres. U.S. 
WE HOLD THESE TRUTHS. (R) 

Root, Wells. 

IS JESUS STILL KEEPING THE STORE. 

Rose, Reginald. 

THE FINAL INGREDIENT. 

Rosen, Abbe Leona. 
1...2... 

Rosen, Mike, pseud. SEE Steinkellner, 
Frank . 

Rosenbaum, Ben. 

THE BIG HOUSE ON THE DARK CORNER. 
Rosenberg, Ann. 

THE DAY THE TOILETS WERE SHUT OFF. 
A HOUSE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT. 

Rosenberg, Jack W. 

THE INDIANS ARE COMING. 

Rosenberg, Kris. 
THAT KOOK J. C. 

Rosenberg, Philip. 
TAXI RECEIPT SYSTEM. 

Rosenfield, James A. 
STONED. 

Rosenthal, Ben J. 

THE START OF THE BEGINNING. 

Roser, Hans-Dieter, pseud. SEE Hofmann, 
Johann. 

Rosetree, Benjamin, pseud. SEE Rosen- 
baum, Ben. 

Ross, Howard Alan. 
HIGH. 

Ross, Paul Bernard. 
WAITING . 

Ross, Robert Stuart. 

COLORS FROM THE SATISLING. 

Rosset, Clement. 

LES MATINEES STRUCTURALISTES . 

Rossett, Alan, pseud. SEE Ross, 
Howard Alan. 

Rossi, Ben. 
GHOST WATCH. 

Rossi, Heddy Elizabeth. 

PHAEDRA OF THE HAPPENINGS. 

Rossini, Gioachino Antonio. 
LA GAZZA LADRA. 

Roszkowski, David. 
THE JESTERS. 

Rothberger, Morton. 

BLACK HISTORY FROM THE JEWISH POINT OF 

VIEW. 
WE HAVE A REVOLUTION IN THE BALCONY, 
DOCTOR. 

Rothe, Peter MacBurney. 
THE WALL WITH A SOUL. 

Rotkin, Isabel. 

WHAT! A BIRTHDAY. 
Rotter, Fritz. 

LETTER TO LUCERNE. (R) 

Rounds, David. 

YE OLDE GENERATION GAPPE. 
Routh, Lewis. 

POT, PEOPLE AND OTHER PARAPHERNALIA. 
Row, Brian Gillow. 

WHITE IS THE ABSENCE OF COLOR. 

Rowe, Paul George. 
THE DISPATCHER. 



Rowe, Robert A. 

JOHNNY D. F. APPLESEED. 
THE RANSOM OF RED CHIEF. 

Rowelli, Anthony. 
THE IRON FLUTE. 

THE ROLE OF SCHOOL GUIDANCE IN RELA- 
TIONSHIP TO ECOLOGICAL EQUILIBRIUM. 

Rowland (Earl) Foundation. 
FRESCOS AT THE METROPOLITAN. 

Rowohlt Verlag, G.M.B.H. 
GUERILLAS. 

Rozakis, Gregory. 
ORESTES . 

Rubino, George. 

DARLING, THERE'S SOMETHING I DIDN'T 
TELL YOU. 

Rudelson, Jolyn F. 

LAWYER'S WIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS COURT- 
HOUSE TOUR GUIDE COURSE. 

Rudsten, Daniel. 
HETMAN. (R) 

ere, Michael. 
AT THE HOLIDAY HOUSE. 

Ruhl, Betty Lou. 
EXHIBIT A. 

Ruilopez, Olga. 

NUNCA PODRE PERDONARTE. 

Ruiz, Luis Soto-. SEE Soto-Ruiz, Luis. 

Rulon, Samuel A. 

THE SUGAR MONSTER FROM MARS. 
Runyan, Arthur c, II. 

LET US OUT, LET US IN. 
Runyon, Damon. 

THE SNATCHING OF BOOKIE BOB. (R) 
Rush, David. 

RAMA. 
Rush, James. 

100,000 WELCOMES. 
Ruskaup, Calvin. 

THERE IS NO HAMLET. 

Ruskin, Robert Louis. 

ECONOMY SIZE. 
Russ, Joanna. 

HENRY AND THE MIMSIES. 

NIGHTMARE ABBEY. 

THERE AND BACK AGAIN: A HOBBIT'S 
HOLIDAY. 
Russell, Keith A. 

YOU HAVE BEEN SET FREE. 
Russell, Nina. 

NIGHT NOISES. 

Russell, Robert Wallace. 
QUEEN LEAR. 
WASHINGTON SHALL HANG. 

Russell, William Blanton. 
LAND 1 MY OWN. 

Russo, Armand H. 

GOLDFISH AND LANCELOT. 
Russo, Nathan Charles 
A FARCE IN THE GROTO. 
Rutkin, Seymour. 

[SHELL STRUCTURES, FUTURE DESIGN 
DEVELOPMENT: INTERNATL. COLLOQUIM 
ON PROGRESS OF SHELL STRUCTURES IN 
THE LAST 10 YRS. & ITS FUT 
DEVELOP., MADRID, SPAIN, '69] 
Rutman , Leo . 

AMERICA IN HEAT. 
Ryan, Moira. 
EDWINA. 



SBM Productions. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 
Sachs, Harvey. 

20TH CENTURY-FOX WORLD CUP GRAND 
PRIX SERIES. 



Sachs, Toni. 

STRAIGHT AND STRUNG-OUT. 

Sackler, Howard. 

A FEW ENQUIRIES. 
Sadler, Ruth. 

THE OLYMPIC GAMES. 

Sainer, Arthur. 
THE THING ITSELF. 

Saint Germain Press, Inc. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY ASCENDED MASTER, PRECIOUS 
LANTO. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED ARCTURUS. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RiSCOKDISD 
DICTATION BY BELOVED ASCENDED 
MASTER, MIGHTY VICTORY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED BLESSED 
GODFRE, OUR BELOVED DADDY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED CASSEOPIA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED CYCLOPEA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED DADDY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED ELOHIM, MIGHTY 
CYCLOPEA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED GODDESS OF 
JUSTICE . 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED GODDESS OF 
LIGHT. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED GODDESS OF 
MUSIC. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED GODDESS OF 
PURITY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED GREAT DIVINE 
DIRECTOR. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED JESUS. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED K-17. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED LADY MASTER 
NADA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED LANTO. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED LORD MAITREYA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED MARY, BELOVED MOTHER 
OF JESUS. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED MARY, THE 
MOTHER OF JESUS. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS. 

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

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED MASTER, THE ASCEND- 
ED JESUS CHRIST. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED MESSENGER 
NO. 1 FROM THE SECRET LOVE STAR. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED MIGHTY ASTREA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED MIGHTY CHARITY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED MIGHTY HELIOS. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED MIGHTY HERCULES. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BELOVED MIGHTY VIC- 
TORY, THE TALL MASTER FROM VENUS. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED PRECIOUS 
DADDY. 



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CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BELOVED QUAN YEN. 

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

CORRESPONDING THE THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED SANAT KUMARA. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BELOVED SILENT WATCHER. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BLESSED BELOVED ASCENDED 
MASTER, SAINT GERMAIN. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BLESSED BELOVED DAVID 
LLOYD. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 

DICTATION BY BLESSED BELOVED GODDESS 
OF LIBERTY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BLESSED ELOHTM OP PEACE. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BLESSED GODDESS OF LIGHT. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BLESSED GODDESS OF PURITY. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BLESSED HERCULES. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BLESSED LORD MAHA CHOHAN . 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY BLESSED LORD THE 
MAHA CHOHAN. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY BLESSED MIGHTY VICTORY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY GREAT BELOVED BEING, THE 
SILENT WATCHER. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY GREAT COSMIC ANGEL 
ON WHOSE CROWN BLAZES THE WORD 
UNION. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY GREAT ELOHIM OF PEACE. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY MIGHTY ASTREA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY MIGHTY BELOVED LORD MAITREYA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY MIGHTY BLESSED ASCENDED 
MASTER, SAINT GERMAIN. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY MIGHTY BLESSED ASTREA. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY MIGHTY BLESSED 
HERCULES . 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTA- 
TION BY MIGHTY BLESSED VICTORY. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED 
DICTATION BY THE GREAT ELOHIM, 
ARCTURUS . 

Salem, James M. 

THE COURT MARTIAL OF BILLY BUDD. 

Sallack, Ray 4 

FOOTPRINTS ON THE MOON. 

Salter., James. 
TO WARSAW. 

Salvato, Edward T. , Jr. 
THE GAMBLER. 

Salzer, Albert J. 
HTS WIFE'S HABIT. 

Samberg, Benjamin . 

THE FRIENDLY BLACKBIRD. 

Samuel, K. 0. 

CINDERS FOR SHORT. (R) 

San Francisco Mime Troupe, Inc. 
TELEPHONE . 

Sanchez, Florencio. 

LA GRINGA. (R) 
Sanchez, Wilsonia B. 

THE BRONX IS NEXT. 

MALCOLM/MAN/DON'T LIVE HERE NO MO. 

Sand, Paul. 
JAKE'S TURN. 

Sanders, Sandra. 

CREATING PLAYS WITH CHILDREN. 



Sanderson, David E. 

NIGHT OF THE CHILDREN. 

Sanderson Films, Inc. 
THE AIRPORT NARRATION. 
ALCOHOL, DRUGS, AND FLIGHT EFFECTS, 

NARRATION. 
INSTRUMENT APPROACHES, ADF APPROACHES, 

SECTION C, NARRATION. 
INSTRUMENT APPROACHES, ILS APPROACHES, 

SECTION A, NARRATION. 
INSTRUMENT APPROACHES, VOR & VOR/BME 

APPROACHES, SECTION B, NARRATION. 
PIPER PRE-FLIGHT FACTS, SECTION A-C, 

NARRATION . 
PLOTTER AND WIND TRIANGLES, NARRATION. 

Sands & Co., Inc. 

SCRIPT FOR COFFEE MAT SLIDE SERIES. 
SCRIPT FOR THE VENDO POST-MIX COLD 

DRINK MACHINE. 
SEEBURG POST-MIX COLD DRINK MACHINE. 
SERVICING PROCEDURES FOR THE VENDO 

COFFEE MACHINE. 
SERVICING PROCEDURES FOR VENDO 

VISI-VEND. 

Sanfilippo, Josephine A. 

SANTA'S VILLAGE AND JOURNEY. 

Sanfilippo, Margherita. 

SANTA'S VILLAGE AND JOURNEY. 

Sanny, Charles G. 

LET ME TELL YOU 'BOUT A MAN. 
S ant anna -Rivera, Luis G. 

MY FIRST LOVE. 

Santos, Antonio Suarez. 
QUE MARTJJO MI MARJJJO. 
EL TRONCO DE MARIDO. 

Sapinsley, Alvin T., Jr. 

SIR BRIAN HAD A BATTLEAXE . (R) 

Sarmaniotes, Athanasios, pseud. SEE 
Nasika, Arthur. 

Sarno, Joe. 

INGA, II. 

Saroyan, William. 

THE DOGS; OR, THE PARIS COMEDY AND 
TWO OTHER PLAYS: CHRIS SICK; OR 
HAPPY NEW YEAR ANYWAY, MAKING MONEY, 
AND NINETEEN OTHER VERY SHORT PLAYS. 

Sartre, Jean Paul. 
LES MOUCHES. (R) 
Sarzano, Luigi. 
IL FARSIUOMO. 

Saums, Martha Elizabeth. 
THE TREASURE. 

Saunders, James. 

A SCENT OF FLOWERS. 



Savoy, James, pseud. 
Jame s . 



SEE Criscuolo, 



pseud. SEE Davidson, 



Sawn, David, 
George C. 

Saxe, Eugene Wayne. 

AM ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THREE PLAYS 
BY JORGE DIAS; REQUIEM FOR A SUN- 
FLOWER; THE SHIP IN THE BOTTLE; AND 
TOPOGRAPHY OF A NUDE. 

Saxon, Bruce J. 

ANNA BOLENA. 
Sayre, Samuel William. 

THE NAME- PROOF OF GOD. 

Schaaf, Daniel E. 
KING LEAR. 

Schaffer, Sanford Boris. 
KRACTVAYA DEVOCHKA. 

Schaldenbrand, Charles. 

THE NAME OF THE RACE IS HUMAN. 
Scharon, Stephen Rodney. 

PARADOX OF CANDLE. 

Schaubroeck, Artnand P. 

ARMAND SCHAUBROECK STEALS. 



COLOR. 

CUT THE BOY DOWN. 

ELMIRA BOUND. 

EXCON. 

GOD DAMN. 

I GET THAT FUNNY FEELING. 

NOT THE YOUNG BOY. 

SERVING TIME. 

SHE AIN'T BEEN WAITING. 

START LIFE OVER. 

STREET WALKIN WOMAN. 

WARDEN'S CIRCUS. 

YES, IT'S ME. 

Schave, Ellsworth Harold, Jr. 
THE CLOVER WAR. 

MANIFEST: TODAY AND THE DAY BEFORE. 
PHANTOMS OF THE WELL OF DEATH. 

Schikaneder, Emanuel. 
DIE ZAUBERFLOTE. 

Schisgal, Murray. 
THE CHINESE AND DR. 



FISH. 



Schlein, Rena R. 

DIE ENTLARVUNG DES HEUCHLERS IN DEN 
WERKEN ARTHUR SCHNITZLERS. 

Schlesinger, Reva. 
THE MAGGOTS. 

Schlick, Fred. 

THE HIPPY INVASION. 
VASHON. 

THE VASHON ISLAND PROJECT. 
Schlossberg, Ben, Jr. 

HOW TO SURVIVE JUST IN CASE THE 
DOESN'T DROP. 

Schmidt, Emile 0. 
KING ME QUEEN. 

Schmidt, Gail D. Ramshaw. 
AN EASTER LITURGY. 

Schmidt, Harvey. 
CELEBRATION. 

Schneider, Anne Kaufman. 
THE LADIES. (R) 
WASHINGTON, D.C. (R) 

Schneider, Maurice W. 
PLAY IT BY EAR. 

Schneider, Patricia V. 
CROSS-WALK. 

Schneider, Rolf. 

DAS GUT STEPANTSCHIKOWO. 

Schnessel, S. Michael. 

WHICH WAY THE WIND. 
Schoeek, Othmar. 

DAS SCHLOSS DURANDE. (R) 

Schoeck-Bartseher, Hilda Frida. 
DAS SCHLOSS DURANDE. (R) 

Schoedinger, A. B. 

ADAM SMITH AND CHARLES DARWIN. 

EXISTENTIALISM. 

HEGEL. 

SERIES A. 

Schohl, William F. 
THE GOLDEN QUIRK. 

Scholastic Magazines, Inc. 

CREATING PLAYS WITH CHILDREN. 
GREEK TEARS & ROMAN LAUGHTER. 
TAKE 12/ACTION PLAYS. 
THREE TRAGEDIES. 

Scholl, Ralph. 
I LOVE YOU. 

Scholler, Olympia Emilie. 
PAPER BOY.' PAPER BOY. 

Schonhard, Rose. 
THREATS . 

Schroeder, Barbet. 
TEARS OF JOY. 

Schroeder, John E. 

TAKE A CHARACTER, ANY CHARACTER. 



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Jan.-June 



Schubert, Bernard S. 

ONE STUPID MISTAKE CAN KILL YOU. 

Schuler, Harold William. 
SIDESHOW. 

Schulman, Arnold. 
SAMSARA . 

Schultz, Alexander F. 
- THE LAST TRAIN. 

Schultz, Douglas. SEE Doe, John, pseud. 

Scbultze, Charles L. 

CIVIL LIBERTIES AND COMPUTERIZED DATA 
SYSTEMS. 

Schulz, Charles M. 

RING A BELL FOR CHARLIE BROWN. 

Schwartz, Blanche V. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 1. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 2. 

Schwartz, Chas. 
CLOSE. 

Schwartz, Linda. 

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER. 
TRICK OR TREAT. 

Schwartz, Steven L. 
AVRIL. 

Schweitzer, Christoph E. 
NATHAN DER WEISE. 

Schwoy, Bruce C. 
THE LAST TRAIN. 

Scoppa, Justin, Jr. 
ONE. 

Scott, A. C. 

TRADITIONAL CHINESE PLAYS. 

Scott, Grace A. 
LSD AMD THEE. 

Scott, W. Noel. 

ONE OF THESE MAY PLEASE. (R) 

Seoufalos, George S. 

A MAN OF SORROWS. 
Scribner, Edwin. 

STREAMLINED YOUTH. (R) 

Scribner' s (Charles) Sons. 

THEATRO ESPANOL DEL SIGLO DE ORO. 

Sears, Roebuck & Co. 

KENMORE FABRIC MASTER WITH SOFT HEAT 
WRINKLE-GUARD. 

Seely, Scott B. 

SINGING FOR MONEY. 

Segal, Jack. 
MINNESOTA. 

Segal, Sam. 

WHO LOSES AND WHO WINS. 

Seiden, Barbara. SEE Rasmussen, 
Barbara. 

Sekely, Steve. 
INDIGO. 

Sekulich, Paul Benjamin. 
HONEY, I'M HOME. 

MOOSE, WHY ARE THERE WALNUTS IN THE 
MEDICINE CABINET. 

Semaan, Dick. 

MENTAL RENEWAL. 

Semaan Enterprises. 
MENTAL RENEWAL. 

Semien, Sidney J. 
BOOGIE IN THE MUD. 

Seng, Peter J. 
PLAYS. 

Sergei, Christopher. 

THE EVE OF ST. MARK. (R) 
I'M A FOOL. (R) 
LOST HORIZON. (R) 
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. 



Serreau, Genevieve. 
OPERETTE . 

Severance, Dean. 

CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE. 

Sewell, George E. 

CAVEMAN, AN ORDINARY QUIET SORT OF 
GUY. 

Seymour, John Laurence. 

THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER. (R) 
DYNAMIC ART. (R) 
THREE BROTHERS. (R) 

Sgat, pseud. SEE Theodoru, Stefan 
Gheorghe. 

Shaab, Ronald. 

THE JED CLAMPETT. 

Shakespeare, William. 
BEATRICE. 

A BOOK OF DRAMA, 1. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 2. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, <* . 
JULIA CAESAR. 
LOVE AND LET LOVE. 
MACBETH. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 
YE OLDE GENERATION GAPPE. 
ONE WORLD. 
QUEEN LEAE. 

THE SECOND PART OF KING HENRY IV. 
THE TEMPEST. 
THREE TRAGEDIES. 
TITUS ANDRONICUS. 
TWELFTH NIGHT. 

Shanley, Edward . 
THE GAME IS STUD. 

Shannon, Michael V. 

STRANGE, SO VERY STRANGE. 

Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc. 
THE COWBOY IN THE SKY. (R) 
ROSE ANN OF CHARING CROSS. (R) 
WHEN YOU WERE SWEET SIXTEEN. (R) 

Shappart, Mel, pseud. SEE 
Dumdulie, M. G. 

Shappin, Irwin. 
THE GODS ARRIVE. 
THE PASSERBY. 

Shaver, Duane E. 

ALL THE YESTERDAYS. 

Shaw, George Bernard. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 2. 

Shaw, Lana Rae . 

HANSEL AND GRETEL. 

Shaw, Mort E. 

MASTERPIECES, INC. (R) 

Shaw, Susan J. 
ESPERANZA. 

Shay, Donald F. 
GIDEON. 

Shayne, Gloria. 

THE SWEET TASTE OF SOUR GRAPES. 

Shearer, Harry. 

THE CREDIBILITY GAP. 

Sheehan, Patricia Morgan. 
EVERYONE HAS ONE. 

Sheiness, Marsha. 
PROFESSOR GEORGE. 

Sheldon, Naomi Betti. 
A PATTERN FOR DYING. 

Sheldon, Sara. 
THREE TRAGEDIES. 

Shelly, Bruce. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Shepard, Ernest H. 

GRACIOUS MAJESTY. (R) 

Shepard, Joan. SEE Thompson, Joan 
Shepard . 



Shepard, William Thomas. 
DRACULA. 

Shepherd, Ronald. 
THE GLASS BRA. 

Sher, Rose. 

THE FINAL COMMITMENT FOR THE MURDER 

OF COCK ROBIN. 
PROBATE: THE ROBBERY OF ONE MILLION 

BUCKS. 

SOMETHING HAPPENED TO SHE AT THE 
FORUM. 

Sher, Stanley. 

A SMALL EXPECTATION. 

Sherdeman, Ted. 
LATITUDE ZERO. 

Sherlock, Christine Marie. 
OLLIE OLLIE INFREE. 

Sherman, Bradley L. 
EUREKA. 

Sherman, Don, pseud. SEE Glatter, 
Donald. 

Sherman, Jory. 
ACID FLIGHT. 
THE BURNING. 
H IS FOR HEAVY. 
INVISIBLE CHAIN. 
MICHELLE. 

THE SMOKE AND THE VENOM. 
Sherman, Robert N. 
A NAME FOR EVIL. 

Sherman, Susan. 
SHANGO DE DMA. 

Sherwood, Ada Simpson. 
YOUR LAND AND MINE. (R) 

Shevlin, John F. 
WEDDING MASS. 

Shifter, H. A. 

ADDRESS TO COLLEGE 8: UNIVERSITY 
STUDENTS ON THE INTERFACE BETWEEN 
MAN AND BEAST. 
THE INTERFACE BETWEEN MAN AND BEAST. 

Shifrin, Robert. 

THE FESTIVAL. 

Shipman, Willie C. 

STORIES FROM THE WASHINGTON RADIO 
WORKSHOP . 

Shirer, William L. 
BURY MY HEART. (R) 

Shires, Michael Wayne. 
GOODBYE, GOODBYE. 

Shmeltsman, Leo. 

ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY BRIDGES TO 
BERLIN. 
THE SPIRIT OF AMERICA. 
Shore, Sammy. 

THE ANSWER TO LIFE. 

EVERYBODY IN THE BUS. 

HAPPINESS. 

QUESTIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE. 

Shores, Charles G. 
THE SHELLEYS. 

Shotay, Leonard, pseud. SEE Halpern, 
Leonard. 

Shubik, Martin. 

DESIGNING ORGANIZATIONS FOR AN 
INFORMATION-RICH WORLD. 
Shur, Don. 

HALF A SLICE OF DECEPTION. 

Shuren, Charline Osgood 
BETTY. 

Siday, Eric. 
BABYLON. 

Sidney, Kathleen Marion. 
IMAGE. 

Siegel, Elliott. 

THE FIRST DAY OF US. 



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Sigalowsky, Morris. 

THE MADONNA. 

Sigaux, Gilbert. 
LE MELODRAME. 
OEUVRES COMPLETES . 

Sigurd, Jacques. 
OASIS . 

Sillitoe, Alan. 

ALL CITIZENS ARE SOLDIERS. 

Sills, Leon. 

JOYOUS IS A FRISKY SQUIRREL. 

Silva, Jose. 

SILVA METHOD MC 303 ESP MIND CONTROL. 
SILVA METHOD MC 4-C4 ESP MIND CONTROL. 

Silver, Susan. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Silverman, Treva. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Simister, Florence Parker. 
STREETS OF THE CITY. 

Simmons, Dorothy Gray. 

CALLING ALL CHILDREN FROM 4 - 10. (R) 

Simms, Willard. 
TWO'S A CROWD. 

Simon, Gladys. 

THE MUSICAL ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER, 
THE GLORIOUS WKLTEWASHER. 

Simon, Herbert A. 

DESIGNING ORGANIZATIONS FOR AN 
INFORMATION-RICH WORLD. 

Simon, Milton. 

THE BITTER PILLS. 

Simon, Neil. 
PLAZA SUITE. 

Simon, Peggy. 

FIESTA MEXICANA. 
THE PLAYMAKERS. 

Simon & Schuster, Inc. 
VOLPONE . 

Simpson (Bruce) Productions. 
SO YOUR NEIGHBOR IS A SCORPIO. 

Simpson, Bruce Orval. 

SO YOUR NEIGHBOR IS A SCORPIO. 

Sinclair, Donald Bruce. 

HALF A SLICE OF DECEPTION. 

Singer , Ian . 

WHAT'S BEAUTIFUL ALSO DIES. 

Sipe, Weldon Saylor. 
THE PEACEMONGERS. 

Sippel, William Joseph. 
THE BENEDICTION. 

Sisneros, Linda. 

DOWN IN THE MEADOW. 

Situational Training Corp. 

HOW TO FIGHT A FIRE IN YOUR LAB. 

HOW TO FIGHT FIRE IN YOUR PATIENT AREA. 

HOW TO PREVENT FIRE AND EXPLOSION IN 

THE OPERATING ROOM. 
HOW TO PREVENT FIRE IN YOUR PATIENT 

AREA. 
HOW TO REACT TO A FIRE IN YOUR LAB. 
HOW TO REACT TO FIRE IN THE OPERATING 

ROOM. 
HOW TO REACT TO FIRE IN YOUR PATIENT 

AREA. 
HOW TO REACT TO FIRE ON A PATIENT 

UNIT. 
HOW TO REACT TO YOUR HOSPITAL ALARM. 

Sitz, Gareth Mann. 
TOUCH. 

Slon, Sidney. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Small World Enterprises, Inc. 
JOSEPHINE THE GIRAFFE. 
NIGHT TIME IN MR'S NEIGHBORHOOD. 



Smallviood, Lawrence L. , Jr. 
U-SHAKA. 

Smiley, Charles Wessley. 

OH, BITTER TEARS OF YESTERDAY 

MORNING. 
WHERE DO YOU GO TO SURRENDER. 

Smiley, Sam Max. 

PUT ON YOUR POTATO JACKET. 

Smith, David Lane. 
VAMPIRE, VAMPIRE. 

Smith, Donald J. 
LOVE. 

Smith, Ernest. SEE Doe, John, pseud. 

Smith, Garrett. 
THE OUTCASTS. 

Smith, John Geddeth, Jr. 
ULALUME. 

Smith, Joyce Carol Oates. 
SUNDAY DINNER. 

Smith, Leonard B. 

OUR AMERICAN HERITAGE IN MUSIC. 

Smith, Martin Z. 
THE WINNER. 

Smith, Mike. 

TALKIN' GREEN BERET SUPER YELLOW 

HYDRAULIC BANANA TEENY BOPPER BLUES. 

Smith, Phillip. 

GREEK TEARS & ROMAN LAUGHTER. 

Smith, Robert K. 

A LITTLE SINGING, A LITTLE DANCING. 

TTP TT\T RMOTTR 

Smith, Roger Allen. 
MORITURI SALUTAMUS. 

Sniffles, a Dog-type Person. 

ADDRESS TO COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY 

STUDENTS ON THE INTERFACE BETWEEN 
MAN AND BEAST. 

The Sniffles, Dog-type Person Founda- 
tion, Inc. 
ADDRESS TO COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY 

STUDENTS ON THE INTERFACE BETWEEN 

MAN AND BEAST. 
THE INTERFACE BETWEEN MAN AND BEAST. 

Snyder, Evan Yale. 
THE SUBWAY MAJORITY. 

Snyder, George. 

GUIDANCE FOR THE PERPLEXED IN THE 
SEVENTIES . 

Snyder, Jimmy Lee. 
THE FANTASY LOCKET. 

Snyder, John M. 

THE FAMOUS RIVERBOTTOM STRATEGY OF 

ETOE COUNTY. 
THE TRANSCONTINENTAL REDEMPTION OF 
BUSTER C. DUNN. 

Soffer, Marjory. 
LOVE IN. 

Sola Pool, Ithiel de. SEE Pool, Ithiel 
de Sola. 

Solera, Temistocle. 
ATTILA . 

Solinas, PierNico. 
AUTO DA FE. 

Solomon, Stanley J. 

ARMAGEDDON & STOPOVER. 

Solzhenitsyn, Alexander. 

THE LOVE-GIRL AND THE INNOCENT. 

Sophocles. 

OEDIPUS THE KING. 
OEDIPUS TYRANNOS. 

Sorcsek, Gregory. 

THE MAGIC MIRROR TALE. 

Soto-Ruiz, Luis. - 

THE YOUTHFUL DEEDS OF THE CID. 



Soul Sound Pub. Co. 
FUNKY SOUL, PART 2. 

Sowers, James Charles. 
RIGHT GUARD. 

SP A U BRIEF' HISTORY OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS 
MOVEMENT SINCE 1900. 

Spector, Bertram. 
THE THREE BEARS. 

Spector, Ethel. 
THE THREE BEARS. 

Speer, Lee. 

THE MARVELOUS KEY. 

Spencer, James. 

PODEMOS CAMBIAR NUESTRO MUNDO. 

Spewack, Bella. 

ONE MAN'S VENUS. (R) 

PORTRAIT OF BOY WITH LADDER. (R) 

Spewack, Samuel. 

PORTRAIT OF BOY WITH LADDER. (R) 

Spiegel, Linda Joan. 
COMMUNICATION GAP. 

Spiller, Joanne. 

WHAT KEEPS A MAS ALIVE. 

Spinner, Ralph J. 
WHY THIS JUBILEE. 

Spitzer, Murray. 
WINNERS BITCH. 

Spoken Arts, Inc. 
THE DREAM AWAKE. 

Sportfilms, Inc. 

HOW'S YOUR LOVE LIFE. 

Sprague, Barbara Karen. 

WITH MY ARM I COULD HAVE MADE THE 
MAJORS. 

Spyri, Johanna. 
HEIDI . 

Stallone, Sylvester E. 
CRY FULL, WHISPER EMPTY. 

Stanback, Thurman W. 

TOMORROW HAS BEEN HERE AND GONE. 

Standley, Elizabeth. 
PLAYS ARE FUN. 

Stanford University. Board of Trustees. 
CABRERITA. (R) 
LAS CONVULSIONES . (R) 
LA GRINGA. (R) 

Stanley, Harry Hans. 

THE 12:21 DOESN'T RUN ON SUNDAYS. 

Stanton, J. C. 

THE PASSION ACCORDING TO PONTIUS 
PILATE. 

Stanton, Marian, pseud. SEE Johnson, 
Marian G. 

Starday Music. 

THE ORIGINAL TALKING BLUES. 

Starin, Dennis. 

THE WITCH OF HAY GROUND. 

Starkweather, David. 
THE POET'S PAPERS. 

Stasey, John. 

DRAMMATIC GRAMMATICA. 

Stathakis, Jon G. 
AVRIL. 

Staw, Sala. 
THE FAN. 

Steele, June Denise. 
BONGO & SON. 

Steele, Marion A. 
THE FIRE. 



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Jan. -June 



Steele, Shaun Patrick. 
BONGO & SON. 

Stefani, Francesco. 

ATTENTI, SCIENZIATI TROPPO ARDITI . 

IL C0NTR0LL0 DELLE NASCITE. 

LO SCIENZIATO CHE NON RICONOSCE CHI 

L'HA CREATO. 
IL SIGNORE PARLA COL FIGLIO. 

Stehli, Emilie Greenough. 
I WONDER. 

Steinkellner, Frank. 

TO LIVE AND DIE IN BERKELEY. 

Steinman, Jim. 

THE DREAM ENGINE. 

Steinmetz, John. SEE Doe, John, pseud. 

Steinmetz, Urban G. 

ADULT ENRICHMENT SEMINAR. 
THINKING ABOUT MARRIAGE. 

Stephens, Ruth E. 

FATE HAS THE EYE OF A TIGER. 
THE FAVOURITES OF THE GODS. 
THE GRANDFATHER PARADOX. 
TIME OF FEAR. 

Stephens, Thomas W. 

THE WATCHERS. 
Stern, Martin. 

I DON'T KNOW WHERE I'M GOING, BUT I'M 
ON MY WAY. 

Sternberg, Josef von. 

THE BLUE ANGEL. 

Stevens, Margaret F. 
THIS IS MY LIFE. 

Stevenson, Robert Louis. 

TREASURE ISLAND. 

Stevenson, Sarah E. 

THROUGH GATES OF HORN. 

Stevenson, William Adell, III. 
NO DRUMS, NO BUGLES. 

Stewart, Andrew E. 

THE MAN BEHIND THE FIST IN THE 
COSTLY MISTAKE. 



Stewart, Bill, pseud. 
William Davies . 



SEE Kortum, 



Stewart, Bonnie Joan. 

THE MAN BEHIND THE FIST IN THE 
COSTLY MISTAKE. 

Stewart, Donald Ogden. 
HOTEL SPLENDIDE. (R) 

Stewart, Michael. 
FOR OTHER REASONS. 

Stewart, Michael William. 
DO IT IN THE SEWER. 

Still, William Grant. 

A SOUTHERN INTERLUDE. (R) 

Stilwell, Delphia Mosier. 

THE LEGENDARY AND SCRIPTURAL 

DECORATION OF THE CHRISTMAS TREE. 

Stimmel, Bert. 

YOU GOTTA BE IN PITCHERS. 

Stine, James. SEE Doe, John, pseud. 

Stitz, Ira. 
AUSTIN . 
RIGHT ON. 

Stockham, Linda J. 
IN THIS OUR TIME. 
AN INDIAN CALLED TWO WORLDS. 
THE VIOLIN BANDIT. 

Stocklen, Helen Seitter. 
MAKING A BETTER WORLD. 
A PICTURE THAT HELPED. 

Stoker, Bram. 
DRACULA. 



Stokes, Jack Tilden. 

THE DAY THE PLOTTYPO DANCED. 

THE HAIRY MAN. 

HIPPITY WHUMP: A PIECE OF EASTER GLOOM 

FOR DRAMACHOIR. 
THE LAST DAYS OF GOOD OLD BILL. 
MAMA MEDEA. 
NOBODY LIKES MORDACIOUS, AND THAT'S 

THE WAY HE LIKES IT. 
STACKALEE. 
TAILYPO . 

Stone, Bertram. 
THE BIRDCAGE. 

Stone, Carol Evelyn. 
QUATERNION. 

Stone, Peter. 
1776. 

Strasek, Mary Kay. 

TOM SAWYER, AMERICAN BOY. 

Strasser, Jani. 
L'ORMINDO. 

Strater, Henry A. 
THE TROJAN WOMEN. 

Strauss, Johann, II. 
DIE FLEDERMAUS. 

Strickland, Lily. 

YOU LAND AND MINE. (R) 

Stride, Inc. 
THE GOOD LIFE. 

Striker, Francis. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Strindberg, August. 
DADDY. 

LUCKY- PETER'S JOURNEY. 
PO MISS JULIE. 

Stroll, Jetta. 

THE SWELLS, LA GENTE DE BUEN TONO, AND 
THREE OTHER PLAYS. 

Stromeyer, David Parker. 
LOVE IS THE LUST. 

Strong, Mary. 

THE WITCH'S UMBRELLA. 

Striibe, Hermann. 

DAS SCHLOSS DURANDE. (R) 

Strul, Ricky Howard. 

THE SYNAPTIC THEORY OF TIME SLOW-DOWN 
WITH THE USE OF HALLUCINOGENIC COM- 
POUNDS . 

Stubbs, Michael. 
LOOK INSIDE. 

Stucky, Virginia Toews. 
BLAND DIET. 

BLAND-FIBER RESTRICTED DIET. 
BLAND-FIBER RESTRICTED DIET SCRIPT 
BLAND-SOFT DIET. 
CALORIE RESTRICTED DIET. 
CALORIE- SODIUM RESTRICTED DIET. 
COMPLICATED DIABETIC DIET. 
FAT RESTRICTED DIET. 
FIBER RESTRICTED. 
FIBER RESTRICTED DIET 
LOW CALORIE DIET. 
MEALS WITH CLOCK. 
MEALS WITH CLOCKS. 
PREGNANCY SCRIPT. 

SCRIPT FOR THE DIET OF LACTATION 
SODIUM RESTRICTED DIET 
SOFT DIET. 

Sturman, Richard. 
TRY ME. 

Sturrock, Don. 
I WONDER. 

Suares, Guy. 

SPLENDEUR ET MORT DE JOAQUIN MURIETA. 



Sudeten, Sol, pseud. 
Rivera, Luis G. 



SEE Santanna- 



Suesse, Dana. 
MR. SYCAMORE. 

Sugarman, Robert Edward. 
SALUTE A DISTANT MAN. 

Sullivan, L. M. SEE Sullivan, Mary. 

Sullivan, Mary. 

SCOTCH IN A SAUCER. 

Sullivan, Mary Eileen. 
CINDER BOX. 

Sullivan, Michael. 

DEBUT. 

Sumarokov, Aleksandr P. 
SEMIRA. 

Sumner, Walter Thomas. 
SEQUOYAH. 

Sundberg, Edward F. 
THEY HAD A WAR. 

Superior Film Corp. 

A TOUGH GIG - DIRTYMOUTH. 
Suppe, Franz von. 

DIE SCHONE GALATHEE. 
Suppes, Patrick. 

EDUCATION IN THE AGE OF COMPUTERS AND 
MASS COMMUNICATION. ^""^^ Am 

Susanne, pseud. SEE Donathan, Elyse D. 

Sussmann, Harvey L. 
THE FACE. 

Sutton, Arthur J. 
STRAIGHT JACKET. 

Sutton, Dolores . 

THE WEB AND THE ROCK. 

Swans on, Lawrence T. 
DON'T KISS THE DRAGON. 

Sweet, Don. 

THOU SHALT NOT (MAYBE) 

Swigart, George. 

THE WORLD IS ROUND. 

Swimmer, Saul. 
BILL JACK. 
COME TOGETHER. 

Swiss, Harold. 

THE HEART OF CHRISTMAS. 

Sylvania Electric Products, Inc. 

THE GRIPEVINE. 

Symmons, James. 

REQUIEM FOR A KING. 

Symons, Robert E. 

GRACIOUS MAJESTY. (R ) 

Szulc, Alexander, pseud. SEE Schultz, 
Alexander F. 



T-T-P Corp. Jam Handy Productions 
Division. SEE Handy (Jam) Produc- 
tions . 

Tabor, Eron. 
DEATH'S WAIT. 

Taggart, Tom. 

BEACON HILL BILLY. (R) 

Tagger, Peter. 

NATHAN THE WISE. (R) 

Tally, William Theodore. 
V. 

Tamir, Max M. 

WALL STREET ON THE HUDSON. 

Tamir, Vicki. 

WALL STREET ON THE HUDSON. 



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105 



Tandowsky, Jean E. 

grandma: grandma. 

Tandowsky, Mrs. Ralph. SEE Tandowsky, 
Jean E . 

Tannebaum, Julius . 
THE DANGLING MAN. 

Tanz, Eugene Robert. 

FARMER DICK BARONE CHEVROLET- CHEVWAY 

LEASING. 
HATB0R0 FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. 
KUTNER BUICK. 

Tardieu, Jean. 
POEMES A JOUER. 

Tarkington, Newton Booth. 

THE GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANA. (R) 

Tartaro, Shelley. 

IT'S ALL YOURS, KIDS. 
SCHULTZ IS DEAD. 

Tasca, Jules E. 

COMPOSITION IN BLACK AND BLUE. 
HARRY THE HERO. 

Tate, Neal. 

NAKED BEHAVIOR. 

Tatsch, James H. 

SEA-FLOOR SPREADING, CONTINENTAL 
DRIFT, AND PLATE TECTONICS UNIFIED 
INTO A SINGLE GLOBAL CONCEPT BY 
THE APPLICATION OF A DUAL PRIMEVAL 
PLANET HYPOTHESIS TO THE EARTH. 

Tavln, Balbina. 
THE PHILOSOPHER. 

Taylor, David George. 
THE APRIL OYSTER. 

l-ylorj Dohald. 

IN THE HINTERLAND. 

Taylor, John E. C. 
LA CURANDERA. 

Taylor, Renee. 

MADE FOR EACH OTHER-.' 

Taylor, Rowan. 
THEY HAD A WAR. 

Taylor, William E. 
IT'S FOR THE BIRDS. 

Tecisa Films. 
ROBIN . 

fTnpw *R3.Y"l~)f5,Y*3. Ann 

A RITUAL TO REGAIN OUR STRENGTH AND 
RECLAIM OUR POWER. 

Teitel, N. R. 

FOUR MAJOR PLAYS. 

Tejada, Luis Vargas. 
LAS CONVULSIONES . (R) 

Tek Pub. 

BOOGIE IN THE MUD. 

Tell, Pincus W. 

ROLLING ALONG. (R) 

Templeton, Harry A. 
PLUMAGE OF THE DEAD. 

Tenbruck, Gertrude. 
BROKEN LIGHT. 

Terefenko, Thomas. 

THE GIRL IN THE PHOTOGRAPH. 

PHAETON. 

THE RESTAURANT. 

Thayer, Iris Victoria. 
THE GARDEN OF ALLAH. 

Thayer, Peter. 

THE CREW OF THE GAR. 
LONG WAY FOR LOU. 



Theatrical Playwrights Associates Corp. 
COME, LIVE WITH ME. 

Thenevin, Jean. 

OCTOBRE A ANGOULEME. 

Theodoru, Stefan Gheorghe. 
A FOST NIMENI. 
JUDECATA. 
MATU-BA. 
PRAPASTIA. 
ROZALINA. 

Theodoru, Stefan Gheorghe A. 
MAMA. 
PARTE DIN VIATA MEA. 

Theriault, Harry William. 
JUST A MOMENT. 

Thielan, Sally. 

HE MARRIED A WHORE. 

Thomas, Alice P. 
AHIMSA. 

Thomas, Brandon. 
CALL ME AUNTIE. 

Thomas, Louis Joseph. 
CRABTREE. (R) 

Thomas, Owen Clark. 

TEN LECTURES IN THE INTRODUCTION TO 
THEOLOGY. 

Thomas, Sam. 

SEVEN OF OUR GENERALS ARE MISSING. 

Thomas, Stan. 
HOME MONSTER. 

Thompson, Beverly Elaine. 
NO ACTION HERE. 
THESE TRUTHS. 

Thompson, Carole Leslie. 

I'D GO TO HEAVEN IF I WAS GOOD. 

Thompson, David W. 

BIBLE WORLD TALKING MAP. 

Thompson, George W. 
WHAT TIME IS IT. 

Thompson, Harold W. 

THE LAKE GUNS OF SENECA AND CAYUGA 
AND EIGHT OTHER PLAYS OF UPSTATE 
NEW YORK. (R) 

Thompson, Joan Shepard. 

ANNIE OAKLEY AND BUFFALO BILL. 

Thompson, Raymond Sturgis, Jr. 
THE MUD POOL REFLECTION. 

Thompson, Robert E. 

THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON'T THEY. 

Thompson, Thayer Drake. 
QUARTER TALES. 

Thompson, Tina L. 
CHEVY COMMERCIAL. 

Thomson, A. A. 

MURDER AT THE MINISTRY. (R) 

Thoreau, Henry David. 
WALDEN (AN EXPERIMENT) 

Thornbury, Ralph T. 
LOOK INSIDE. 

Thorne, Joan Vail. 

RING AROUND THE FAMILY. 

Thornton, Kathleen B. 

WHEN YOU WERE SWEET SIXTEEN. (R) 

Thuna, Leonora. 

SHOW ME WHERE THE GOOD TIMES ARE. 

Thurman, James. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Thurman, Jim. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 



Thurman, Jim. SEE Thurman, James. 

Thurston, Dirk, pseud. SEE Trapp, Ver- 
non L. 

Thuston, Ella L. 

THE LAKE GUNS OF SENECA AND CAYUGA 
AND EIGHT OTHER PLAYS OF UPSTATE 
NEW YORK. (R) 

Tilley, Kathryn W. 

OFFICE DO'S AND DON'T'S. 

Timmons, David Jamison, Jr. 
WHERE THE EAGLE FEEDS. 

Tindall, Robert James. 
MARJORIE DIAMONDSTIEN. 

Tobias, John. 

THE SAVING GRACE. 
SITTING. 

Todd, Esther Cox. 

FOR LOVE OF A HUDSON'S BAY MAN. 

Tolle, Wolfgang. 

DER AUSGANG FUHRT DURCH DEN REGENBOGEN. 

Toho Co., Ltd. 
LATITUDE ZERO. 

Tolksdorf, Kurt. 

AT THE HOLIDAY HOUSE. 

Tolnay, Thomas George. 

AND JILL CAME TUMBLING AFTER. 

Tolstoy, Lydia, Countess. 
FAIRY GOLD. 

TOmassi, Jacquelyn Thunfors. 
BEING NO TIME. 

Tomasson, Verna. 
CZYSRCK. 
MALCOLM IN MECCA. 

Tooman, Charles L. 

THINKING ABOUT MARRIAGE. 

Toumarkine, Doris H. 
GETTING TOGETHER. 

Tourgee, Albion W. 
A FOOL'S ERRAND. 

Tovrov, Or in. 

LOVE AND MONEY. 

Toys World Productions, Inc. 

OUR TOYSHOP, THE SNOWMAN CAPER. 

Tracey, Edmund . 

LUCKY- PETER'S JOURNEY. 

Tracey, William. 

THE COWBOY IN THE SKY. (R) 
ROSE ANN OF CHARING CROSS. (R) 
WHEN YOU WERE SWEET SIXTEEN. (R) 

Tran-Ba-Huy, Carl. 

THE BABY BREAKS THE DOLL. 

Trapp, Vernon L. 
KOSHER-SOUL FOOD. 

Traut, William R. 
SATANIC MASS. 

Travers, Esther. 
SIMEON AND JOSEPH. 

Travis,' Jon E. 
LOVE IS A GAME. 

Travis, Mark. 

BY SANCTION OF THE VICTIM. 

Trenwith, Helen. SEE Wiebe, Helen 
Trenwith. 

Tr evens, Franc ine L. 

DAWN, DAYLIGHT, DUSK AND DARK. 
THE PISAN CIRCLE. 

Trillo, James. 

MISSION OF TERROR. ■ 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



Trivlsani, Anthony Robert. 
ONCE UPON A ROCK. 

Troncone, Giedra Jonynas. 

DANCOURT'S LE CHEVALIER A LA MODE: A 
CRITICAL EDITION AND A COMMENTARY 
ON THE PLAY. 

Troy, Jonathan. 

THE HAUNTED HONEYMOON. 

Try t ten, George N. 

FUNCTIONS & FORMULAS. 

Tucker, Madge. 

LITTLE BLACK SAMBO. (R) 

Tucker, W. T. 
STUDIO 1473. 

Tullen, Jacob. 

ALL CAIN'S CHILDREN. 

Turner, Beryl Kathleen. 

ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME. (R) 
COUNTERFEIT. (R) 
GOOD NEIGHBOURS. (R) 

Turner, Darwin T. 
BLACK DRAMA. 

Turner, Thomas Broussard. 
THE DYMAXION CLASSROOM. 

Turrinl, Peter. 
ROZZNJOGD. 

Turriziani, Vincentll. 
THE SONG OF FREEDOM. 



Twain, Mark, 
Langhorne . 



pseud. SEE Clemens, Samuel 



u 



Uber, William E., Jr. 
ONCE UPON A ROCK. 

Ucan, Inc. 

YOU CAN LIVE RICHLY. 

Udey, Edwin C. 

A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM. 

Ullman, Samuel S. 

PLAYS OF AMERICA'S EXPLORERS AND 
FOUNDERS. (R) 

Ullmer, John. 

A BOOK OF DRAMA, 3. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, t. 

Underwood, Margaret. 

THE UNIVERSE IS A BOOK WRITTEN BY 
GOD. 

Unicorn Enterprises, Inc. 
INGA, II. 

United Artists Music Co., Inc 
THE ANSWER TO LIFE. 
ARBOR DAY AND OTHER SIDE. 
EVERYBODY IN THE BUS. 
HAPPINESS. 
IN MEMORIUM. 

LAMENT FOR MOTHER'S DAY 
M. 

THE MOVEMENT: PART 1 & 2. 
PRIVATE PARTS AND THE JEWISH MYSTIQUE 
QUESTIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE 
SISTERS AND THE WORKMAN'S CIRCLE 



Inc. 



United Business Publications 
DATA SYSTEMS NEWSTAPE . 

Universal Edition, A.G. 
DAME KOBOLD. 

lolGE D DAroiN! TEN ^^SABENDE. 

DAS GUT STE PANTS C HI KOWO 

DER PRIX MARTIN. 

ROZZNJOGD. 

THE SWALLOW. 

Universal Edition (London) Ltd. 
VICTORY. 



University of Kansas Medical Center, 
Dept. of Dietetics & Nutrition. 
SEE Kansas. University. Medical 
Center. Dept. of Dietetics & 
Nutrition. 

University of Nebraska Press. SEE 
Nebraska. University. Press. 

Uphamj Eva M. 
FAIRY GOLD. 

Upjohn Co. 

AUSCULTATION: AVOIDING THE PITFALLS. 
DIAGNOSTIC CLUES IN HOARSENESS 
HAND NEUROPATHY AS DIAGNOSTIC CLUE 

TO DIABETES. 
LIFE ON MAN. 

THE LOST WEEKEND OF AN EATER. 
URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS. 

Upton, Richard Everett. 
CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE. 

Upton, Robert. 

MOTHER WANTED A GIRL. 

Urdahl, Richard. 
SCHWEIK. 

Urhaeira, Tor. 

GERTRUDE'S POKER NIGHT. 

Urheira, Thor . SEE Urhaeim, Tor. 

Ustinov^ Peter. 

HALFWAY UP THE TREE. 

Utter, Betty. 
HUMBUG. 



Vartet, Julien, pseud. 
Maurice . 



SEE Vacher, 



V 



VacCa, Michele L. 
SNOW WHITE. 



Vacher, Maurice. 

L'ASCENSEUR ELECTRIQUE. 

Valdez, Luis Miguel. 
BERNABE . 

Valdivia , Rene . 
DIAS SIN HORAS. 

Valdivielso, Josef de. 

THREE SPANISH SACRAMENTAL PLAYS. 



SEE Veiller, 



Vale, Martin, pseud. 
Marguerite. 

Vance, Wilson Beall. 
SHE JAMS THE WORKS. 

Vando, David Anthony. 

GHOST DANCE FOR THE RED MESSIAH. 

Van Doren, Mark. 
DAVID AND SYLVIA. 
SHAKESPEARE. 

Van Druten, John. 
DAMASK CHEEK. (R ) 

Vane, Norman Thaddeus. 
TOUCH AND GO. 

Van Lare, James. 
SWEET ALICE. 

Van Leuven, Jon Cloud. 

THE RISE AND GALL OF SPAGHETTI MAN. 
WASH DAY. 

Van Poznak, Joan Gilbert. 
OTTO THE MUSICAL OCTOPUS. 

Van Stralen, Linda W. 
RUMPELSTILTSKIN . 



Van Zandt, Roland. 

WILSON IN THE PROMISE LAND. 

Varga, Bob. 

TAKE ME TO THE TREASURE. 



Vaughn, Jack A. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 

Vauthier, Jean. 
LE SANG. 

Vega, Lope de. 

ALL CITIZENS ARE SOLDIERS. 
THREE SPANISH SACRAMENTAL PLAYS. 

Vega Carpio, Lope Felix de. 

THEATRO ESPANOL DEL SIGLO DE 0R0. 

Veiller, Marguerite. 
TWO MRS. CARROLLS. (R) 

Velez de Guevera y Duenas, Luis. 
LA REINE MORTE. (R) 

Ver Becke, W. Edwin. 
THE DOLL. 
THE RUBIROSA MOTH. 

Verbel, Jerry. 

NEW JERSEY LAW JOURNAL AUDIO DIGEST. 

Verdi, Barry Ellis. 
THE PARK. 

Verdi, Giuseppi. 
AOTILA. 

Verkouteren, J. Adrian. 
COME GOOD SHEPHERD. 

Verne, Jules. 

THE ESCAPE, BY BALLOON, FROM 
RICHMOND, 1865. 

Vernon, P. F. 

THE RIVAL QUEENS. 

Vestal, Patricia Ann. 
ICE CREAM MELTS. 

Vickerman, Sarah Elizabeth. 
HE WHO KILLED THE DEER. 

Vlckers, Richard W. 
COUNTRY SONGS. 
PRELUDE TO EASTER. 

Victor, Don. 

DON'T GO OUT, THE WORLD IS DARK. 

Victor, Lucia. 
HELEN. 

Viencek, Robert S. 

HUCKLEBERRY. 

RING A BELL FOR CHARLIE BROWN. 
Viertel, Joseph. 

ON THE SIXTH DAY. 

Villiers de 1 'Isle-Adam, Jean Marie 
Mathias Ehilippe Auguste, Comte de. 
AXEL. 

Vincent, Allen, 

LETTER TO LUCERNE. 



(R) 



Vincent, Clark E. 

PREREQUISITES FOR MARITAL AND SEXUAI 
COMMUNICATION. ^-XUAL 

SEX EDUCATION AND ITS OPPONENTS. 
Vincent, Russel. 

HOW'S YOUR LOVE LIFE. 

Vinti, Joseph C. 

THE PASSION PILL CAPER. 
Vis -Com, Inc. 

AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS. 

Viscione, Eugene G. 

THE EUGENE VISCIONE TUNING METHOD. 

Vitacco, Lou. 

FIESTA MEXICANA. 

Vocational Guidance Centers. 

VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE CENTERS PROGRAM 
AMD FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 



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107 



Vogel, Julius. SEE Fogel, Julius. 

Von Grahner, Richard Charles. 
SNOWTIME . 

Von Kleist, Carl Eric. „ T „„ T 
THREE MODERN PLAYS ON CLASSICAL 
THEMES . 

Von Kohorn, Marcy. 
THE IN VIRTO WORLD. 

Von Rotz, Richard. 
SHERIDAN'S BRIDGE. 

Von Wayditch, Gabriel. 
HORUS . 
SUH AND SHA. 

Von Wayditch, Ivan Walter. 
HORUS . 
SUH AND SHA. 

Von Westrell, Karl Lars. SEE Westrell, 
Karl Lars von. 

Vorehheimer, Bert. 
A MATTER OP TIME. 

Voss, Kitty Colette Keepers. 
CHRISTMAS POEMS 1969- 

Voutsinas, Evangelos D. 
THE STRONG MEN. 

Vozzo, Anthony. 

WALLS OF THE GHETTO. 

Vreeland, Frank. 

MY MAN GODFREY. (R) 



w 



WRG/bragoti, Ltd. 
DIRTY LITTLE BILLY. 

Waber, Bernard. 
LYLE. 

Waddell, Helen. 

ABELARD AND HELOISE. 

Wade, Richard H. 
FAUNTLERY. 

Wadsworth Pub. Co., Inc. 
PLAYS. 

Wagner, Gerald G. 

ADAM'S RIB COMMERCIALS. 

Wagner (Gerald G. ) Associates. 
ADAM'S RIB COMMERCIALS. 

Wagner, Michele. 

BARNYARD CHRISTMAS. 

Wagner, Raymond 0. 
DRACULA. 

Waite, Jack D. 
THE TAKERS. 

Wakeham, Frederick John Denis. 
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME. (R) 
COUNTERFEIT. (R) 

Walcott, Lillian H. 
WHY DON'T YOU LISTEN. 

Wald, George. 

MAN AND THE MACHINE: PROSPECTS FOR THE 
HUMAN ENTERPRISE. 

Waldrop, James Marion. 
THE MINISKIRT MANEUVER. 

Waletzky, Cecelia Grobla. 
THE BIBLE IN DANCE. 

Walker, Alice A. 
WHAT! A BIRTHDAY. 

Walker, Bettie Pullen. 
BLACK'S PRE-SCHOOL FUN. 



Walker, Chris. 

BLESS ME FATHER. 

Walker, Joseph A. 
OUT OT THE ASHES. 

Walker, Maurine. 
THE BEST FOR YOU. 

Wall, George. 

IT'S 10 P.M. DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR 
CHILDREN ARE. 

Wallace, Ruth. 
THE SHELL GAME. 

Waller, Gertrude. 

THE CLASSIC TRIANGLE. 
ONE SPRING DAY. 

Wally, George B. 

OPERATION BLIND DOCTOR. 

Walter, Robert. 
ROBIN. 

Walton, Barbara Ramseyer. 
THE WONDERFUL IDABABA. 

Ward, Douglas Turner. 
THE RECKONING. 

Ward , Joh . 
PLAYS, I. 

Wardropper, Bruce W. 

THEATRO ESPANOL DEL SIGLO DE 0R0. 

Warfield, Jean. 
ABRACADABRA . 

Warren, Lillie Belle. 
BLACK SANTA. 

Warren, Marie Mel . 
HOSPITALITY SUITE. 

Washington, Vernon. 
THIS STREET. 

Watrous, Alan. 

THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. 

Watson, Donald. 

PLAYS, VOLUME VI. 

Watts, Frances B. 

MERRIMOPPETS FOR CHRISTMAS. 

Watts, Homer Barrington. 

THE GOATS ON BILLY GOAT HILL. 

Wayne, Bernie. 

ALL AMERICA REVUE. 

Wayne, Dorothy, pseud. SEE Wiener, 
Dorothy. 

Wayne, Dorothy Wiener. 

THE LITTLE WORLD OF DON CAMILLO. 

Wayne, Leonard. 

SZARKO MIND EXCURSION. 

Weaver, Robert A., Sr. 
HIS WIFE'S HABIT. 

Webb, Addison, pseud. SEE Grossman, 
Bernard A. 

Webb, Robert Lloyd. 
TALKING SMOG. 

Weber, Peter. 
THE WANDERER. 

Webster, John. 
THE WHITE DEVIL. 

Webster, Paul Francis. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 

Wehr, Barbara. 

DER PRIX MARTIN. 

Weiger, John G. 

THE YOUTHFUL DEEDS OF THE CID. 



Weill, Kurt. 
HAPPY END. 

Weinberg, Lawrence. 
THE PERMANENT I. 

Weinberger (Josef) G.M.B.H., Musikver- 
lag . 
DIE SCHONE GALATHEE. 

Weinberger (Josef) Ltd. 

THE GRAND DUCHESS OF GEROLSTEIN. 
LUCKY-PETER'S JOURNEY. 

Weingarten, Romain. 

ALICE & DANS LES JARDINS DU LEXEMBOURG. 

Weinstein, Arnold. 

THE FINAL INGREDIETOT. 

Weinstein, Burt. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Weinstein, Mel. 

LANCE LINK, SECRET CHIMP. 

Weiss, Lois. 
THE CAPSTONE. 

Weiss, Morris S. 

TAKE 5 MINUTES FOR YOUR FIGURE. 

Weller, Michael R. 

AND NOW THERE'S JUST THE THREE OF US. 

Wells, Katie. 

CONFUSION IN THE HUMAN RACE AFTER THE 
FLOOD: CAUSE & EFFECT. 

Wells, Ronald K. 
I WONDER. 

Wells, Thomas. 

CONFUSION IN THE HUMAN RACE AFTER THE 
FLOOD: CAUSE & EFFECT. 

Wellwarth, George E. 

THE NEW WAVE SPANISH DRAMA. 

Wenzel, Tom. 

AT THE BIRTH OF AN AGE. 

Werley, Mazie. 
SHADOWS. 

Werner, Bernard. 
GALOIS . 

Wertheim, Ronald. 
THE REVOLUTION. 

Weshta, William. 
PLAY TO WIN. 

West, Morris. 
THE HERETIC. 

Western Pennsylvania-West Virginia 
Synod of the Lutheran Church in 
America. SEE Lutheran Church in 
America. Western Pennsylvania-West 
Virginia Synod . 

Westin, Alan F. 

CIVIL LIBERTIES AND COMPUTERIZED DATA 
SYSTEMS . 

Westinghouse Learning Corp. 
GAS METAL-ARC WELDING. 

Westrell, Karl Lars von. 
MEIN HERZ FUR SYLVIA. (R) 

Wexler, Lois J. 

THE GOLDEN GOOSE. 

Wheaton, James L. 

THE NEWSBOY AND THE BILL. 

Wheeler, Jerry B. 
DRACULA SUCKS. 

Wheeler, Margaret A. 

JACK THE GIANT KILLER. 

Whetstone, Ernest, Jr. 
LET THERE BE LIGHT. 



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Jan.-June 



Whlmby, Ellsworth, pseud. SEE Nolter, 
Martin C, Jr. 

Whirlpool Corp. 
CARE- A -VAN. 

Whitbourn, Frank. 
SKETCHOLOGY. (R) 

White, Lee C. 

THE CAPACITY TO GOVERN: THE ROLE OF 
THE FCC IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF 
NATIONAL POLICY FOR COMPUTER 
COMMUNICATIONS. 

White, Patrick E. 
PRAIRIE MAN. 

Whitehead, Peter. 
ALPHAVILLE . 

Whiteman, Peter. 
PLAYS, II. 

Whitman, Charles, pseud. SEE Taggart, 
Tom. 

Whitney, Marva . 

A TALK WITH JAMES BROWN. 

Whitsitt, Luther Clinton. 
THE ZAPPER. 

Whynn, David Allan, pseud. SEE 
Lockard, David Allan. 

Wicker, Irene. 

UNDER THE CHRISTMAS TREE. (R) 

Wiebe, Helen Trenwith. 
WAKE UP, DAD. 

Wiener, Dorothy. 

PLAYBOY: COME ON AND PLAY WITH ME. 

Wiener, Stephan Allan. 
GENTLE OBSCENITIES. 

Wigler, Elizabeth. 

YOU SHOULD ONLY KNOW, ALBERT PFEFFER. 

Wilcox, Herbert G. 

THE DEMAND FOR SELF-DETERMINATION: 
CAN IT BE USED TO GET THE WORK DONE. 



Wilde, Hagar. 

GUEST IN THE HOUSE. 



(K) 



Wilde, Oscar. 

MOTHER WANTED A GIRL. 
SALOME. 

Wilder, Thornton. 
A BOOK OF DRAMA, 3. 
SKIN OF OUR TEETH. (R) 

Williams, Charles. 

- HOUSE BY THE STABLE. 

Williams, Elwood E. 

MINE EYES HAVE SEEN THE GLORY. 

Williams, Gerald. 
MYTH MEAT. 

Williams, Harcourt. 
GALILEO. (R) 

Williams, J. Coleman. 
AN IMMORTAL DREAM. 

Williams, Jay. 

DANNY DUNN AND THE HOMEWORK MACHINE. 

Williams, Juanita Terry. 

LIFE AND WORKS OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, 
JR. 

Williams, Lauren. 

THE LAKE GUNS OF SENECA AND CAYUGA 
AND EIGHT OTHER PLAYS OF UPSTATE 
NEW YORK. (R) 

Williams, Onnie laya DeVilla, Jr. 
SISTER? SISTER. 

Williams, Robert H. 

GREAT AMERICAN DOCUMENTS. 



GREAT AMERICAN PLACES. 
GREAT AMERICAN SONGS. 
GREAT AMERICAN SYMBOLS. 

Williams, Thomas Lanier. 
A BOOK OP DRAMA, 5- 

Williams, Wade H. 
THE GLASS BRA. 

Williamson, Susan Graham Erwin. 
TIMOTHY, MY SON. 

Willner, A. M. 
THE SWALLOW. 

Wills, Mildred L. 
DAYBREAK. 

Wilson, Anne. 
MASADA. 

Wilson, Clerow. 

THE DEVIL MADE ME BUY THIS DRESS. 

Wilson, Jacques. 
AQUARIUS AT WORK. 

AQUARIUS NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 
AQUARIUS PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
AQUARIUS WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 
ARIES AT WORK. 

ARIES NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 
ARIES PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
ARIES WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 
CANCER AT WORK. 

CANCER NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 
CANCER PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
CANCER WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 
CAPRICORN AT WORK. 

CAPRICORN-NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 
CAPRICORN PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
CAPRICORN WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF AQUARIUS. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF ARIES. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF CANCER. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF CAPRICORN. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF GEMINI. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF LEO. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF LIBRA. 
FOUR SEASONS OF PISCES. 
FOUR SEASONS OF SAGITTARIUS. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF SCORPIO. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF TAURUS. 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF VIRGO. 
GEMINI AT WORK. 

GEMINI-NUMBERS-GEMS AND COLORS. 
GEMINI PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
GEMINI WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 
I KNOW YOU AQUARIUS. 
I KNOW YOU ARIES. 
I KNOW YOU CANCER. 
I KNOW YOU CAPRICORN. 
I KNOW YOU GEMINI. 
I KNOW YOU LEO. 
I KNOW YOU LIBRA. 
I KNOW YOU PISCES. 
I KNOW YOU SAGITTARIUS. 
I KNOW YOU SCORPIO. 
I KNOW YOU TAURUS. 
I KNOW YOU VIRGO. 
IN LOVE, AQUARIUS. 
IN LOVE, ARIES. 
IN LOVE, CANCER. 
IN LOVE, CAPRICORN. 
IN LOVE, GEMINI. 
IN LOVE LEO. 
IN LOVE, LIBRA. 
IN LOVE PISCES. 
IN LOVE, SAGITTARIUS. 
IN LOVE, SCORPIO. 
IN LOVE TAURUS. 
IN LOVE, VIRGO. 
LIBRA AT WORK. 

LIBRA-NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 
LIBRA PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
LIBRA WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 
LEO AT WORK. 

LEO NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 
LEO PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
LEO WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 
PISCES AT WORK. 

PISCES NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 
PISCES PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 
PISCES WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 
SAGITTARIUS AT WORK. 
SAGITTARIUS NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 



SAGITTARIUS PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 

SAGITTARIUS WHERE WAS YOUR MOOH. 

SCORPIO AT WORK. 

SCORPIO NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 

SCORPIO PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 

SCORPIO WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 

TAURUS AT WORK. 

TAURUS NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 

TAURUS PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 

TAURUS WHERE WAS YOUR MOOH. 

VIRGO AT WORK. 

VIRGO NUMBERS, GEMS AND COLORS. 

VIRGO PLANETARY MOTIVATIONS. 

VIRGO WHERE WAS YOUR MOON. 

Wilson, Lanford. 
THE GINGHAM DOG. 
LEMON SKY. 
THE SAND CASTLE. 
SERENADING LOUIS. 

Wilson, Robert. 

THE KING OF SPAIN. 

Wilson, Robert M. 

THE BLIZZARD OF '88. 

Wilson, Tom. 

THE BIRTH OF A NATION, PART II. 

Winchell, Paul. 
NIGHT NOISES. 

Winder, Ida P. 
THE NO MAJORITY. 

Wingate, Gifford W. 

THE TIGER IN TRACTION. 

Winick, Janet. 
THE WHITMANS. 

Winkopp, Paul J. 

YESTERDAY'S TOMORROWS. (R) 

Winslow, Michael B. , pseud. SEE Pon- 
deroso, Louis M. 

Winslow, Rainsford J. 

THE WIDOW KIMSOCK SALES CLINIC. 

Winter, Adeline. 
MISS GOLDI LOCKS. 

Winter, Jack. 

SECOND THOUGHTS. 

Wirth, Robert G. 

AS DAVID AND THE SYBIL SAY. 

Wisberg, Aubrey. 

THE TROUBLE IN TOWN. 

Wisconsin. University. Regents. 
TRADITIONAL CHINESE PLAYS. 
WE MURDERERS. 

Wise, Carole. 

THIS TIME AROUND. 

Wise, John D. 
THE HEARTH. 

Withers, Robert N. ■ 
THE LAST COIFFURE. 

Witnl, Monica. 
ZING. 

Witt, E. Ronald. 
MONK AQUARIUS. 

Wittman, Malcolm. 

A NOSE IN THE NAVEL. 

Wodehouse, P. G. 
OH, CLARENCE. 

Woldman, Elinore Reed. 

ALWAYS, EVERYTHING IS NEVER. 

Wolf, Michael F. 
CONCOURSE. 

Wolfe, Burton. 
REVOLUTION. 



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NAME INDEX 



109 



Wolfe, Thomas. 

TIE WEB AND THE ROCK. 

Wolfe, Thomas, Estate of. 
THE WEB AND THE ROCK. 

Wolk, Andrew Robert. 
THE BAGMAN. 
MOVEMENT HOME. 

Woock, Clare C. 
THE DIAL TONE. 

Wood, Dorl. 

NAXED BEHAVIOR. 

Wood, Ira David, III. 
CHRISTMAS IS. 
JALEO. 

Woodard, Howard E. 
THE FAKE. 

Woodbey, Oliver Kenneth. 

COMMERCIALS FOR ORAL DELIVERY, RADIO 
AND TELEVISON. 

Woodland, Peter, pseud. SEE Loffmark, 
Ralph Raymond. 

Woodmont Christian Church, Nashville. 
MAKE A JOYFUL NOISE. 

Woodmont Christian Church, Nashville. 
Youth . 
MAKE A JOYFUL NOISE. 

World Research Center for the Blind, 
Caguas, P.H. 

OPERATION BLIND DOCTOR. 

Wozniak, Martha . 

THE MAGIC MIRROR TALE. 

Wright, Joe. 

MAXWELL HOUSE COMMERCIAL. 

Wright, Louis B. 
VOLPONE . 



Wyeth, John. 
AND FIND WORK. 

Wyman, Justus E. 

MAMA DON'T ' LLOW NO BANGING HERE NO 
MORE. 

Wyss, Johann. 

MANIFEST: TODAY AND THE DAY BEFORE. 



Yalof, Helen r. 

NOT EVEN A SUN TAN. 

Yarbrough, Jimmy E. 
PLUMAGE OF THE DEAD. 

Yarosh, David. 
TILT. 

York, William. 

THE ORIGINAL TALKING BLUES. 

Young, Calvin Knox, pseud. SEE Puryear, 
Bronson Lee. 

Young, David Ralph. 

A CATECHESIS OF THE MASS. 

Young, Donald E. 

NEIGHBORS, AN EAST RIVER ANTHOLOGY. 

Young, Robert LeRoy. 
SUPREME COURT. 

Youth of Woodmont Christian Church. 
SEE Woodmont Christian Church, Nash- 
ville. Youth. 

Yowell, Christopher. 
EVERYONE HAS ONE. 

Yuggoth Music. 
SATANIC MASS. 

Yuha, Chunksa. SEE Blacksmith, L. 
George. 



Zacker, Lawrence David. 
FREAK. 

Zagoren, Marc Alan. 
MAYHEM AT MAYHEW. 

Zambrano, Jose. 
DOROTEO. 

Zangwill, Israel. 

THE KING OF SCHNORRERS. 

Zappa, Toni. SEE Amato, Antoinette 
Joan Zappa. 

Zaq, pseud. SEE Zacker, Lawrence David. 

Zea, James G. 

ALL I WANT IS EVERYTHING. 

Zelle, Jay. 

FROM CORSET TO GIRDLE. 

Zemmer, Marge Reed Ross Monroe. 
THE GRATE OLD DAYS. 

Zenger Productions, Inc. 

SLAVERY, AMERICA'S PECULIAR INSTITU- 
TION. 

Ziegellaub, Fred. 
H.U.A.C. 

Ziskin, Victor I. 
YOUNG MARK TWAIN. 

Zolin, Tamara, pseud. SEE Marcus, 
Diana. 

Zupa, John Jackson. 

THE PASSENGER PIGEONS. 



Zwanzig, William. 

SELL YOUR OWN REAL ESTATE. 



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1970 




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The CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

is published by authority of sections 210 and 211 
of Title 1 7 of the United States Code. Section 2 1 
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The record of each copyright registration listed 
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F Published foreign works. In the case of books and 

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oral delivery 
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R Renewal registrations 

Part 5 Music (In 2 sections) 7. 50 

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R Renewal registrations 

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F Maps 

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R Renewal registrations 

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Table of Contents 

Page 

Current Registrations Ill 

Renewal Registrations 169 

Name Index 177 



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 are made 
from variant titles, from distinctive subtitles, and 
from other titles associated with the work. 

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

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

1) Title, followed by subtitle, if any, which 
may include the number of acts or scenes. 

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 when not in- 
cluded after the title; author and title 
of a work on which the dramatic work is 
based or with which it is correlated. 

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

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

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

12) Brief statement of the new matter on 
which copyright is claimed, preceded by 



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the abbreviation NM, if this information 
is given in the application and is not 
indicated elsewhere in the entry. 

13) Copyright symbol ©. 

14) A statement of limitation of claim if the 
application or notice on the work explicitly 
limits the claim. 

15) Name of the copyright claimant. 

16) 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; 12Aug70 (in notice: 1969) ; DP7500. 

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



cards or inquiries concerning them should be 
addressed to the Card Division, Building No. 159, 
Navy Yard Annex, Washington, D.C. 20541. 

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

1) Title. 

2) Names of authors of renewable matter. 

3) Edition statement. 

4) Number of acts, scenes, or volumes. 

5) Series statement. 

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

7) Copyright symbol ©. 

8) Date of original copyright. 

9) Original registration number. 

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

1 1 ) Date of receipt of the renewal application 
or fee, whichever is later. 

12) Renewal registration number. 



Registrations July-December 1970 



Class C — Lectures and other works pre- 
pared for oral delivery . . . 850 
Class D — Domestic published dramatic 

and dramatico-musical works. 1 70 
Foreign published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works . . 54 
Unpublished dramatic and dra- 
matico-musical works . . . 1,411 
Dramatic works registered in 

class A 116 

Total 2,601 



Renewals: Classes C and D 



382 



These figures represent the number of registra- 
tions for dramas and works prepared for oral 
delivery for July-December 1970, but do not 
necessarily represent the exact number of entries 
in this issue of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. 
Registration figures for other classes of material 
may be found in the respective parts. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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



ABC KEY, BASIC PHONICS COURSE, by Mar- 
garet McEathron & Walter Tipton. 1 v. 
Script. © Margaret McEathron & Walter 
Tipton; 6jul70; C23552. 

ABM. See 

FIRING LINE. 151. 

THE ABM CONFLICT. See 
FIRING LINE. 147. 

A BIENTOT, MONSIEUR LANG. See 
AUF BALD, HERR LANG. 

A?, by James Bridges. 46 1. A play. 
© Skyewiay Productions, Inc.; 
6Aug70; DU77834. 

AARDVARK'S BIRDIE, an original screen- 
play by Ara Chekmayan & Stewart Bigger. 
127 1. © Ara Chekmayan & Stewart Big- 
ger; l4Dec70; DU78864 . 

AARON ASHWORTH, by Richard Powell, 
pseud, of John Hir.es. New York, New 
Dimensions Pub. Co. 60 p. Three 
acts. © New Dimensions Pub. Co., 
Inc.; Uan70; DP7410. 

ABDUCTION FROM THE SERAGLIO. See 
THE ESCAPE FROM THE SERAGLIO. 

ABE LINCOLN SHOWS HOW IT IS, by Wendell 
S. Reynolds. 127 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Wendell S. Reynolds; 
21Aug70; DU77957- 

ABELARD, a musical play written by 
Warren J. Blackstone, composed by 
Morris Bleiwas. 1 v. One act. 
Libretto. © Warren J. Blackstone & 
Morris Bleiwas; l4Aug70; DU77914 . 

DER ABENDSTERN (Luceafarul) Sing_spiel 
in einem Akt, 3 bilder; Text, nach 
Michael Eminescu's Gedicht, Musik von 
Nicolaus Bretan (Nicolae Bretan) 1 v. 
© Judith Bretan Le Bovit; 10Aug70; 
DU78302. 

ABOLITIONIST. 7 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author-: Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24086. 



THE ABORTION; written by Craig C. Bek 
from a true story. Rev. July 25, 
1970. 65 1. A screenplay. © Craig 
Carl Bek; 280ct70; DU78468. 



ABORTION. See 
FIRING LINE. 



173. 



ABOUT COMMUNICATION, by Florence M. 
Soghoian. 16 1. A play. © Florence 
M. Soghoian; 220ct70; DU78438. 

ABRACADABRA; two act play by Paul Clark. 
1 v. © Paul W. Clark; l4Dec70; 
DU78952. 

ABSOLUTE, a play in one scene by David 
Roszkowski. 5 1. © David 
Roszkowski; 31Aug70; DU78OO6. 

THE ABSOLUTE RIGHTS AND WRONGS OF ME, 
a narrative play by Guy Hoffman (Wil- 
liam Hoffman) 1 v. Three scenes. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l4Feb67, 
DU67824. NM: revisions. © William 
Hoffman; 25Sep70; DU78215. 

THE ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY, HONEST- T0- 
GOODNESS, GENUINE, REAL, GUARANTEED 
PRINCESS, by Bernice F. Weiss. 19 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Bernice F. Weiss; 6Nov70; DU78409. 

THE ABSURDITY CLUB, by Christopher 
Gamboni & Ronald Nash. 155 1. A 
screenplay. © Christopher Gamboni 
& Ronald Nash; 50ct70; DU78263. 

ABULIA, a dramatic collage by David 
Vando. 1 v. © David Vando; 60ct70; 
DU7827I. 

ACADEMIA VINCINCIANA, by Monty A. R. 
Pike. 15 1. A musical play. 
© Monty A. R. Pike; l4Aug70; DU77909- 

ACCIDENTS ARE NO FUN. 16 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; l4Dec70; 
C24336 . 

ACROSS THE WAY. See 
FOUR FARCES. 

ACT 9j plays for youth by Robert E. 
Gard & Helen O'Brien. Spring Green, 
Wis., Wisconsin House. 110 p. 
© Robert E. Gard & Helen O'Brien; 
30Jun70; AI88086. 



ACTING NO PLAY, by Stephen P. Table. 
13 1. A play. © Stephen P. Table; 
5Nov70; DU78524. 

THE ACTOR; screenplay by Robert L. 
Schaffel. 153 1. © Robert L. 
Schaffel; l6Sep70; DU78144. 

THE ACTRESSES, a play by Brooke Winters. 
2d draft. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Brooke Winters; 28jul70; DU77774. 

ADAM BUILDS A BANK. See 
PRIMARY GRADE ECONOMICS. 

ADAPTATIONS . See 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 

AN ADDRESS BY THE HONORABLE DAVID 
PRY0R, CONGRESSMAN FROM THE FOURTH 
DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS. 5 p. Appl. 
author: National Education Assn. 
Appl. ti.: An address by Congressman, 
David Pryor of Arkansas . © National 
Education Assn.; 20Aug70; C23837 . 

ADJUNCT/ CONSEQUENCE, a double quartet 
for six players by Michael Carton. 
1 v. Two plays. © Michael Carton; 
l4Sep70; DU78II8. 



ADMISSION 10 CENTS. 
THE THREE SISTERS 
ILLINOIS) 



See 
>R0M SPRINGFIELD, 



ADOLF, by Gloria Kaye 8c Noel Schwartz. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Gloria 
Kaye Sc Noel Schwartz; 7Aug70; DU77855- 

ADS: HIDDEN MESSAGES. 5 I. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 
C24068. 

ADVANCED YELLOW PAGES SELLING SKILLS; 
programmed instruction prepared for 
Reuben H. Donnelley Corp. by Advanced 
Learning Systems. 217 1. © Reuben 
H. Donnelley Corp.; Uul70; C23535. 



ADVENTURES OF DR. WHACK, SURGEON. 
NO CUCKOLDS BARRED. 



See 



THE ADVENTURES OF NORMAN BROWN, a black 
fairy-tale for grown-ups by Eugene 
Jackson III. 11 1. A play. 
© Eugene W. Jackson III; 260ct70; 
DU78456. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



THE ADVENTURES OF PINNOCHIO, by Richard 
Mazza. 26 1. A play. © Richard V. 
Mazza; lDec70; DU78751- 

THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER, an adapta- 
tion from the work of Mark Twain, 
pseud., by Richard F. Stockton, 68 1. 
A children's musical play. Book only. 
© Richard F. Stockton; 24Sep70; 
DU78054 . 

THE AFFECTED COQUETTES (Les precieuses 
ridicules) By Moliere, pseud.; trans- 
lated by Dennis E. Noble. 50 1. 
A play. © Dennis E. Noble; 10Jul70; 
DU77627. 

AFFIRMATION, an original treatment & 
television script by Thomas Andrew 
Shine. 1 v. © Thomas Andrew Shine; 
4Sep70; DU7803I. 

THE AFFLUENT BACK YARD, by Jean Howe 
Stow. 6 1. A play. © Jean Howe 
Stow; 30Nov70; DU78733. 

AFRICAN FOLKTALES. 6 v. Filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: The creation of 
man. — The man who owned the moon.-- 
Kintu and the law of love. — The queen 
of the pool. — Kenneneh and the gorilla. 
— The city of elephants. Appl. au- 
thor: Coronet Instructional Films, a 
division of Esquire. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; 28May70; C2354l. 

AFTER HE WENT AWAY; experimental tape. 
6 1. Appl. author: Old American In- 
surance Co. © Old American Insurance 
Co.; 17Aug70; C23746. 

AFTER THE PASS, a television shooting 
script by William Ewing. 51 1- 
© William Ewing; 7Aug70; DU77856. 

AGAMEMNON'S BATH. See 
HOMER TWICE REMOVED. 

THE AGE OF MEGATON, FROM MIKE TO MIRV, 
by Robert G. Hanvey. 1 v. Filmstrip 
script. © Doubleday & Co., Inc.; 
llAug70; C23673- 



ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL. 
MYTHS WE LIVE WITH. 



See 



AG NEW AND THE MEDIA. 
FIRING LINE. 184. 



See 



AH, LEONARDO! A new play by Marty 
Martin (Harry William Martin III) 
1 v. Two acts. © Harry William 
Martin III; 3Nov70; DU78517. 

AHOY! THE ANNIE E., by M. M. Lentz & 
A. F. M. Ehrhard. 28 1. A screen- 
play. © A. F. M. Ehrhard; 3Sep70; 
DU77902. 

AIRPLANE, an original screenplay by 
Gregory Brown & Joel Herson. 24l 1. 
© Joel Herson & Gregory Brown; 
24jul70; DU77730. 

THE ALGOLAGNIA GAME, a play by Paul 
Morgan. 1 v. Two acts. Includes 
music for 1 song. © Paul Morgan; 
290ct70; DU78480. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND, by Lewis Carroll, 
pseud. A musical version, book & 
lyrics by Dorothy Robbie, music by 
Desmond Hand, edited by Arthur E. 
McGuinness. Dixon, Calif., Proscen- 
ium Press. 91 p. (Adaptations, 1) 
Two acts. © Proscenium Press; 
30Mar70; DP7362. 

ALIVE AND SO BOLD, a play in two acts by 
Richard Joel Davis. 88 1. © Richard 
Joel Davis; 7Dec70; DU78796. 

ALL GODDESS' CHILDREN. Act 1, by Char- 
lotte Rotkin & Michael Lirtzman. 
27 1. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
AI86567. NM: dramatization, additions 
* revisions. © Charlotte Rotkin & 
Michael Lirtzman; 12Nov70; DP7494. 



ALL OVER, a play by Edward Albee. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Edward Albee; 23Dec70; 
DU78936. 

ALL THE SAME, AND NOT ONLY TORONTO 

BLUES, a dramatic program of two his- 
torical comedies of manners, each in 
one act, by Richard Selinkoff; songs 
by Richard Selinkoff & John Ware. 
1 v. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. I6jan67, DU67614. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Richard 
Selinkoff; 17Aug70; DU77782. 

LE ALLUCINAZIONI DEL BOIA G0DIT0RE (II 
Paradiso dei dannati ) Commedia in due 
atti di Rino Di Silvestro. 86 1. 
© Rino Di Silvestro; 8Sep70; DU77995- 

ALONG COMES RALLY, a caprice in cellu- 
loid by Ralph Meeker & Bob Condon. 
117 1. Screenplay. © Ralph Meeker & 
Bob Condon; 17Aug70; DU77920. 

ALTAR TO PITY. See 
THE POSSESSOR. 

AMAZONIAN CRUISE. See 
THE PHOEBES. 

AMBASSADOR'S JOURNAL, A PERSONAL 
ACCOUNT OF THE KENNEDY YEARS. See 
FIRING LINE. 183. 

AMERICA IS A WHITE MAN'S WORLD. See 
FIRST CLAUSE OF THE BILL OF RIGHTS. 

AMERICAN BEAUTY, a comedy by Isabel 
Leighton & Bertram Bloch. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts . © Bertram Bloch & 
Isabel Leighton; 25Nov70; DU78709. 

THE AMERICAN CHASE, a program for combi- 
nation of movie & stage by B. M. 
Svoboda. 1 v. © B. M. Svoboda; 
220ct70; DU78484. 

AMERICAN FOLKLORE. 6 v. Filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: Paul Bunyan. — 
Mike Fink. — Pecos Bill. — John Henry. 
--Joe Magarac. — Casey Jones. Appl. 
author: Coronet Instructional Films, 
a division of Esquire, Inc. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a di- 
vision of Esquire, Inc.; 28May70; 
C23542. 

THE AMERICAN INDIAN: TERMINATION OR SUR- 
VIVAL? Produced by Arnold Zepel. 
10 1. Script. © Arnold Jay Zepel; 
24Sep70; C23881. 

AMERICAN INDIANS OF THE SOUTHWEST. 6 v. 
Filmstrip scripts. Contents: Who 
they are. — Their history. — Their 
homes. — Their handicrafts. — Their 
religions. — Their life today. Appl. 
author: Coronet Instructional Films, 
a division of Esquire, Inc. © Coro- 
net Instructional Films, a division 
of Esquire, Inc.; 28May70; C23546. 

AMERICAN INTERVENTION ABROAD: SYSTEMATIC 
DISTORTIONS IN THE POLICY-MAKING PROC- 
ESS, by Jeffrey Race. 40 1. © Jeff- 
rey Race; 21Sep70; C23873. 

AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT, by Joseph 
G. Metz. 27 1. © Tri-Cassette Pro- 
grams, Inc.; HAug70; C23726. 



AMERICAN POPULARITY ABROAD. 
FIRING LINE. 164. 



See 



AN AMERICAN RABBI TALKS WITH RUSSIAN 
JEWS IN MOSCOW, by Steven Riskin, 
Richard W. Joselit & Daniel Greer. 
19 1. Script. © Richard W. Joselit, 
Daniel Greer 5: Steven Riskin; 280ct70; 
C23985. 

[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 
RECORDINGS] 1 v. each. Lectures. 
Appl. author: American Salesmasters, 
Ltd. © American Salesmasters, Ltd. 



Unit 

2, side 1, What is a professional 

salesman? By J. Douglas Edwards. 

© 5Jun70; C23532. 
2, side 2. Life's bigger bite, by 

Charles Cullen. © 5Jun70; 

C23533. 
7, sides 1 & 2. Selling with color, 

by Fred Herman, with introd . by 

Harold A. (Hal) Krause. © 3OJUI7O; 

C 23 665. 

27, sides 1 & 2. Positive thinking 
equals positive results, by Dr. Nor- 
man Vincent Peale; with introd. by 
Harold A. Krause. © 12Nov70; 
C24151. 

56, sides 1 & 2. you, your family and 
the difference with holiday magic, 
by Zig Zlglar; with introd. by 
Harold A. Krause. © 12Nov70- 
C24156. 

57, sides 1 & 2. The eleven keys to 
successful enrollments, by Zig Zig- 
lar; with introd. by Harold A. 
Krause. © 12Nov70; C24154 . 

58, sides 1 & 2. Training for profit, 
pt.l, by Zig Ziglar,' with introd. by 
Harold A. Krause. © 12Nov70; 
C24152. 

59, sides 1 & 2. Training for profit, 
pt.2, by Zig Ziglar; with introd. by 
Harold A. Krause. © 12Nov70; 
C24155 • 

60, sides 1 & 2. Turning cold, hard 
obj'ectlons into soft, warm cash, by 
Zig Ziglar; with introd. by Harold 
A. Krause. © 12Nov70; C24153. 

AMERICA'S ARMCHAIR PHILOSOPHERS' 
CONFERENCE OF THE AIR. See 
IF I WERE GOVERNOR. 



L' AMOUR EST UN CASSE-GUEULE. 
EVA. 



See 



AMPHITYRON, by Plautus, translated by 
Constance Carrier. Three acts. (In 
Five Roman comedies, edited & with an 
introd. by Palmer Bovie . New York, 
Dutton. p.[i49]-195) © Constance 
Carrier; 23Apr70; A168426. 

AMSTERDAM WALKING TOUR. Pt.1-2. 
Sept. 29, 1970. 2 v. (Tours on 
tape) Tape script. Appl. author: 
J. Walter Thompson Co. © Pan Ameri- 
can World Airways, Inc.; 17Dec70; 
C24349. 

AMUSINGS ON A HIGH NOTE; night club 
skits by d'Arcy Albertsen (Dorothea 
Louise Albertsen) 1 v. © d'Arcy 
Albertsen; 7Aug70; C23731- 

ANA; pieza an cuatro actos breves y un 
prologo por Leopoldo Hernandez. 58 1. 
© Leopoldo M. Hernandez; 10Aug70; 
DU77864 . 

ANALYSIS OF BLACK STUDIES APPROACHES, 
by Dennis W. Strong, Jr. 1 v. 
© Dennis W. Strong, Jr.; 50ct70; 
C23894. 

AN ANALYSIS OF CONFORMITY AS A FUNCTION 
OF SOCIAL PRESSURE, by James T. 
Hurley. 34 1. Lecture. © James T. 
Hurley; 5Aug70; C23699. 

AN ANALYSIS OF THE NEW MEXICAN LABOR 
LAW, by Adolf o Tena Morelos. 20 1. 
© Commerce Clearing House, Inc.; 
l40ct70; C24302. 

THE ANCESTOR, by Angelos Terzakis; 
translated from the Greek by Rae 
Dalven. 53 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Rae Dalven; 27Nov70; DU78731. 

ANCIENT EGYPT: PYRAMIDS. 8 1. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
9Nov70; C24011. 



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ANCIENT EGYPT: SOCIAL ORGANIZATION. 

7 1. Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24101. 

ANCIENT EGYPTIAN CIVILIZATION. See 
LIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT. 

AND I BET YOU WISH YOU WAS ME NOW, a 
musical play in one act, book by- 
Susan Kosoff, pseud, of Susan 
Fauteauxx, lyrics by Philip Killian & 
music by Jane Staab; based on the 
short story Lily Daw and the three 
ladies, by Eudora Welty. 1 v. 
© Philip Killian & Jane Staab; 
260ct70; DU78290. 

AND THEN CAME FOREVER, by Marja Rydzyn- 
ski (Marie Rydzynski) 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Marie Rydzynski; 
23Jul70; DU77716- 

AND THEN THERE WERE NONE. See 
COUNTERPOINT REBEL. 

THE ANGEL, a one-act play by Arnold 
Dobrin. 17 1. © Arnold Dobrin; 
21Dec70; DU78924. 



ANGELS OF DESTRUCTION. 
THE BOSTON TEA PARTY, 



See 



ANIMAL. See 

PICTURE; ANIMAL; CRISSCROSS. 

ANIMALS GET SCARED TOO, by P. Brooke. 
8 1. Script. Appl. authors: Spoken 
Arts, Inc. & Pamela Brooke. © Spoken 
Arts, Inc. & Pamela Brooke; 50ct70; 
C23854. 

ANITA H. JONES, "by David V. McCrae. 
95 1. A screenplay in 3 acts. 
© David V. McCrae; 6nov70; DU78657. 

ANNA KARENINA. See 

VARIATIONS ON THE THEME OF ANNA 
KARENINA BY LEO TOLSTOY. 

ANOTHER MAN'S MEAT, a play in 3 acts by 
Jessie Blanton Fitzgerald. 53 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l4Aug6l, 
DU53728. NM: revision. © Jessie 
Blanton Fitzgerald; 31Jul70; DU77792- 

ANSWER ME NOT IN MOURNFUL NUMBERS, 

a tragedy in one act by Walter Brasch. 
19 1. © Theatre Seventies & Walter M. 
Brasch; 230ct70; DU78442. 

THE ANSWER TO PYTHAGORUS ' S ANCIENT 
PUZZLE. HOW TO TRISECT AN UNKNOWN 
ANGLE USING ONLY A COMPASS AND RULER, 
by Ora Edward Wightman. Sheet. 
© Ora Edward Wightman; !Sep70; C23857. 



THE ANTI- COMMUNIST LEFT. 
FIRING LINE. 92 



See 



ANTIDOTE FOR FEAR, by Gene Emmet Clark. 
9 1. Speech. © Gene Emmet Clark; 
l6Nov70; C24l64. 

ANTIGONE, by Sophocles; edited by David 
Grene & Richmond Lattimore, with 
supplementary materials prepared by 
Walter James Miller. New York, Wash- 
ington Square Press. 125 P- © on 
supplementary material; Simon & 
Schuster, Inc.; 1Nov70; AI9183I. 

ANTISTIA. See 

OLYMPIAS, SUIVI DE ANTISTIA, ET DE 
TOUT OU RIEN. 

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, by William Shake- 
speare; edited by Maynard Mack. Rev. 
ed. Baltimore, Penguin Books. 159 P- 
(The Pelican Shakespeare, Alfred 
Harbage, general editor) Five acts. 
© Penguin Books, Inc.; 270ct70; 
A194339- 

ANYONE FOR TV? By Madeline Blackmore. 
8 1. A play. © Madeline Blackmore; 
23Jul70; DU77721. 



ANYTHING FOR A RUSH; created by Chuck 
Selber (Charles Paul Selber); book by 
Bobby Hughes (Robert Hughes), Sharlet 
Manges & Dana Read; music by Bobby 
Hughes, Ricky Stein (Richard Stein) & 
Chris Young. 1 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Charles Paul Selber; 120ct70; 
DU7816I. 

APACHE. See 

SOUTHWEST INDIAN FAMILIES. 

APOLLO 21, by Joan McCaw Lincoln. 
l4 1. A play in 4 acts. © Valaria 
Joan McCaw Lincoln; 6jul70; DU77603 . 

APPRENTICE, by Tanya, pseud, of Wesley 
Grant Bishop. 23 1. A play. © Wes- 
ley G. Bishop; 21Jul70; DU77639- 

ARABIAN NIGHTS. See 
BABYLON . 

ARALD; opera, in un act; libretul estras 
din Strigou lui Eminescu; si musica de 
Nicolae Bretan. 80 1. © Judith 
Bretan Le Bovit; 10Aug70; DU78301. 

ARANEA DIADEMA COME WITH ME, a play in 
three acts by V. S. Yanovsky. 57 1- 
© V. S. Yanovsky; 9Nov70; DU78547. 

ARE YOU LISTENING? By P. Brooke. 9 1. 
Script. Appl. authors: Spoken Arts, 
Inc. & Pamela Brooke. © Spoken Arts, 
Inc. & Pamela Brooke; 50ct70; C23855. 

ArEATHA IN THE ICE PALACE. See 

THE FULLY GUARANTEED FUCK-ME DOLL. 

ARISEN, an Easter chancel drama by Rae 
Bambas (Maraine H. Bambas) Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 28 p . © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; l8Jun70; DF7386 . 

ARMIES OF THE NIGHT. See 
FIRING LINE. 102. 

AROUND THE WORLD SERIES, by Marianna 
Krickenbarger. 1 v. Radio script. 
© Marianna Krickenbarger; 4Nov70; 
C24249. 

ART IN ANCIENT LANDS. 4 v. Recording 
scripts. Contents: Pt.1-4: The art of 
ancient Egypt. — The art of the ancient 
Near East. --The art of ancient Greece. 
--The art of ancient Rome. Appl. 
author: Jam Handy School Service, Inc. 
© Jam Handy School Service, Inc.; 
2Jul70; C23822. 

ART OF ANCIENT EGYPT. See 
ART IN ANCIENT LANDS. 



ART OF ANCIENT GREECE. 
ART IN ANCIENT LANDS. 



See 



ART OF ANCIENT ROME. See 
ART IN ANCIENT LANDS. 

THE ART OF COMMUNICATION. No.l, by 
Charles W. Smiley. March 1970. 
The magician; The valedictorian; The 
horticulturist. 1 v. Three one act 
plays. © Charles Wessley Smiley; 
17Sep70; DU78154. 

THE ART OF COMMUNICATION. No. 2, by 
Charles W. Smiley. Sept. 1970. 
George Johnson is a son-of-a-bitch; 
The trial; The psychiatrist. 1 v. 
Three one act plays . © Charles 
Wessley Smiley; 17Sep70; DU78155- 

THE ART OF SELLING YOURSELF, by Martha 
E Nowels. 12 1. Lecture. © Martha 
E. Nowels; 23Jul70; C23608. 

ART OF THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST. See 
ART IN ANCIENT LANDS. 

ARTIFICIAL LARYNX: A NEW VOICE, by 
K M. Mann. 4 1. Recording script. 
© K. M. Mann; 6Aug70; C23717 • 



ARTISTS AT WORK. 5 v. Recording 

scripts. Contents: Pt.1-5: The lost- 
wax process. James Rosati, sculptor. 
— Conrad Marca-Relli, artist. — Ruth 
Leaf, printmaker. — Joe Overstreet, 
soul painter. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
School Service, Inc. © Jam Handy 
School Service, Inc.; 2Jul70; C23824. 

AS YOU LIKE IT, by William Shakespeare; 
edited by Ralph M. Sargent. Rev. ed . 
Baltimore, Penguin Books. 121 p. 
(The Pelican Shakespeare, Alfred Har- 
bage, general editor) Five acts. 
© Penguin Books,' Inc.; 270ct70; 
A194336. 

ASIDES, a play in one act by Bronson 
Leaf, pseud, of Joseph B. Baldwin. 
11 1. © Joseph B. Baldwin; 17Nov70; 
DU78642. 

ASPECTS OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY. 12 1. 
Filmstrip script. Appl. author: Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District; 
28sep70; C23913- 

ASPEKTE I; Dramen by Adolf Opel, Klaus 
Mazohl 8c Gerald Szyszkowitz. Wien, 
Osterreichische Verlagsanstalt. 
226 p. (Osterreichische Dramatiker 
der Gegenwart) Contents: Durst vor 
dem Kampf . — Fast ein Hamlet. — Das Kli- 
ma ist ausgezeichnet. © on Durst vor 
dem Kampf; Osterreichische Verlagsan- 
stalt; 31Dec69; DFO-1763. 

ASTEROIDS, PLANETOIDS. 8 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 
C24081. 

ASTROLOGY, by Elaine Cunningham. 15 1. 
Screenplay. © Elaine Cunningham; 
17Aug70; DU77916- 

ASTROLOGY AND MEDITATION; oral lecture 
by Louise Ward. 16 1. © Louise S. 
Ward; 280ct70; C23984. 

ATLANTIS; the antedeluvian space-rock 
musical celebration; book, music, & 
lyrics by Paul Feola. 74 1. Two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Paul 
A. Feola; lSep70; DU77927 • 

ATMOSPHERE. See 
ECOLOGY. 

THE ATMOSPHERE AND WEATHER. 8 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24077. 

THE ATMOSPHERE DOCTRINE. Pt.3: The 
echo of Andromeda, by Sidney Robert 
Ewen. 1 v. © Sidney Robert Ewen; 
2Nov70; C 23 948. 

THE ATTENDANT, by Stratis Karras; trans- 
lated by Evangelos D. Voutsinas . 
131 1. A play. © Evangelos D. 
Voutsinas; 29Sep70; DU78IIO . 

AU LYCEE. See 
RIONS ENCORE. 

AUDITION, by Loyta Wooding. Script 1: 
Span. 18 1. Television play. 
© Loyta Wooding; 290ct70; DU78478. 

AUF BALD, HERR LANG (A bientot, Monsieur 
Lang) Stuck in zwei Akten von Jean 
Louvet; aus dem Franzosischen 'ubertra- 
gen von Heinz Schwarzinger. Wien, 
Universal Edition. 128 p. © Univer- 
sal Edition, A.G.; 5May70; DFO-1758. 

AUFSTIEG UND FALL DER STADT MAHAGONNY, 
Oper in drei Akten by Kurt Weill; 
Text von Brecht; Klavierauszug von 
Norbert Gingold; Nach den Autographen 



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July-Dec. 



AUFSTIEG UND FALL DER STADT MAHAGONNY.-Con. 
und hinterlassenen Korrekturen des 
Komponisten sowie anderen Quellen 
revidiert von David Drew. 
[Austria] Universal Edition. 327 p. 
Appl. states prev. pub. & reg. D27666 
& R182921. NM: revision. © Universal 
Edition, A.G.,; HFeb70 (in notice: 
1969); DFO-I78I. 

AUGUSTINE, a musico-dramatic interpreta- 
tion of the Confessions of St. Augus- 
tine; by Margaret Ochs. 28 1. 
© Margaret M. Ochs; 210ct70; DU78431. 

AUNT POLLY'S BOYS, a farce-comedy in one 
act; takeoff of Mark Twain's classic 
characters; adaptation & dramatic ver- 
sion by John Van Allen, pseud, of 
Ralph E. O'Dell, & Arthur Anthony, 
pseud, of Arthur Wallerstedt. 30 1. 
NM: revision. © John Van Allen & Ar- 
thur Wallerstedt; 9Jun70; DU7808I. 

THE AUTHOR, a drama in two acts by Anna- 
belle Farmelant. 43 1. © Annabelle 
Farmelant; 7Dec70; DU78800. 

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN SERIES. 5 v. 
Recording scripts. Contents: Pt.1-5: 
The internal four-stroke cycle combus- 
tion engine. Appl. ti.: The four- 
stroke-cycle internal combustion en- 
gine. --The internal combustion engine. 
Appl. ti.: Engine components. — Valve 
mechanisms and the two-stroke cycle. — 
The fuel system. — The lubricating and 
cooling systems. Appl. author: Jam 
Handy School Service, Inc. © Jam 
Handy School Service, Inc.; 2Jul70; 
C23825 . 

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY.. See 
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS. 

AUX GALERIES LAFAYETTE. See 
RIONS ENCORE. 

AVENUE OF DREAM, a one act play by 

Elyse Nass. Dramatists Play Service. 
22 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
26May65, DU63143. NM: additions 8c 
revisions. © Elyse Nass; l4Dec70; 
DP75H- 

THE AWAKENING; written by Anthony J. 
Paterniti. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Anthony J. Paterniti; 15Sep70; 
DU78135. 

AWAKENING. See 

MY MESSAGE THIS MORNING IS AWAKENING. 

AXOLOTYL, a conversational piece of 

child's play by John Black. 15 1. 
A play. © John Anthony Black; 

2Jul70; DU77585. 



B 



THE BABY MAKER, by James Bridges. 
121 1. A screenplay. © Skyewiay 
Productions, Inc.; 6Aug70; DU77843. 

BABYLON, a musical tale based on The 
Arabian nights; story, music & lyrics 
by Arthur Korb; book by Arthur Korb 
with Dan Owens (Daniel Owens); elec- 
tronic music by Eric Siday. 1 v. 
Two acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
13Mar70, DU76542. NM: additions. 
© Arthur Korb; 30Dec70; DU7887O. 

THE BACCHAE, by Euripides; English ver- 
sion by Neil Curry. (In The Great 
playwrights. Garden City, N.Y., 
Doubleday. v.l, p. 227-268) © on 
translation; Neil Curry; 20Nov70: 
A198465 . 

BACCHAE. See 

DIONYSUS WANTS YOU. 

BACK HIS PLAY, YOU FOOL, a play by Mary 
McAulay. 86 1. Three acts. © Mary 
McAulay; 27Nov70; DU78723. 



THE BAG, a play in three acts by Marlon 
Warner. 126 1. © Marion Warner; 
270ct70; DU78465. 

BAG BREATHING. See 

RESPIRATORY CARE SERIES. 

A BAG FULL OF LAUGHS, a screenplay by 
Arthur Pellman & Robert Barth; adapted 
from an idea by Ralph De Vito. 1st 
draft. 92 1. © Robert Barth; 5Nov70; 
DU78533. 

BAKE YOURSELF; or, Our brand-new cen- 
turies old cookbook. A comedy in two 
acts and three scenes by J. Sarkany. 
1 v. © Juditte Sarkany; 20Jul70; 
DU77712 • 

BAKER'S PLAYS FOR AMATEURS. See 
DAISY'S BALL. 

BAKER'S ROYALTY PLAYS. See 
BEAUTIFUL BEULAH BELLE. 
THE LAST OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. 
LOVE IS BETTER THAN THE NEXT BEST 

THING . 
MY LADY GREENSLEEVES. 
YEAR IN, YEAR OUT. 

BALLAD OF A DOPE FIEND FATHER. See 
A FATHER'S LOVE, SIN, AND CARELESS- 
NESS. 

BALLAD OF A RENEGADE PRIEST: USA. See 
VATICAN HAIR, A BALLAD OF A RENEGADE 
PRIEST: USA. 

THE BALLAD OF BARNABY, by W. H. Auden; 
music by students of the Wykeham Rise 
School; realization by Charles Turner. 
New York, G. Schirmer. 53 P- NM: 
English text *-. music. © G. Schirmer, 
Inc.; 8jun70; DP7490. 

THE BALLAD OF BERNIE, by Victoria Dann. 
1 v. A musical play in 5 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Victoria L. 
Dann; 21Sep70; DU78108. 

THE BALLAD OF READING GAOL, by Oscar 
Wilde; a new version for the stage 
by Allen R. Belknap. 1 v. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Allen 
R. Belknap; 280ct70; DU78276. 

THE BALLAD OF SANKI MERSER, by Omar 
Paxson. 1 v. A screenplay in 2 
parts. © Omar Paxson; 150ct70; 
DU78763. 

BALLOON, by Ray Jerry Schlosser. 11 1. 
A play. © Ray Jerry Schlosser; 
20ct70; DU78258. 

BALZAC; choix etabli avec une preface et 
des notices par Pierre-Aime Touchard . 
[Geneva) Distribue par le Cercle 
du Bibliophile. (Le Theatre de 
Balzac) (Les Genies du theatre 
francais) © on pref. & notices; 
Edito-Service, S.A.; 15May70; 
AFO-62167 . 

'BAMA'S GOLD STREAK BLACK CREEK. See 
RICH LIKE THE SHERIFF. 

BANK ROBBERY PROCEDURE. 4 v. Recording 
scripts. Contents: Pt.1-4: Employees. 
— Management. — Identification. — Secu- 
rity. Appl. author: Audibank, solely 
owned operating division of Duncan 
Audio Visual, Inc. © Audibank, solely 
owned operating division of Duncan 
Audio Visual, Inc.; 10Aug70; C23827. 
BARCA SIN PESCADOR. See 

THE BOAT WITHOUT A FISHERMAN. 

THE BARD'S BAD BOY, a play in two acts 
by Lee Dorsey (Joseph LeRoy Dorsey, 
Sr.) 62 1. © Joseph LeRoy Dorsey, 
Sr.; 10Dec70; DU78833 . 



BARE ARENA; written by J. Marlando. 
83 1. A play in 2 acts. © Jack 
Marlando; HSep70; DU78185. 



BARELY PEACH, by J. W. Walker. 26 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © James William 
Walker; 9Nov70; DU78543. 

BARS OF DAWN, by Jack Jeglum (John 
Boylan, pseud.) 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Harriett Jeglum; l8Nov70; 
DU78826. 

BASIC BLACK, a serious comedy with mu- 
sic by Stanley Allen Baum & Michael 
Remba. 1 v. Two acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Stanley Allen Baum & Michael 
Remba; l6Sep70; DU78143. 

BASIC ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION, by William 
H. Mecham. 27 1. Spanish & English. 
© William H. Mecham; 28Aug70; C23787. 

BASIC INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY. Scripts. 
Appl. author: Communication Skills 
Corp. © Communication Skills Corp. 
Program no. 

1. Instrumentation. © 26Aug70; 
C23779- 

2. Liquid sampling techniques. 
© 2Dec70; C24254. 

3. Liquid sampling devices. 
© 2Dec70; C24255. 

BASKET SETTING, a play in one act by 
Lucille Emond. 28 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 12Jan70, DU76083. NM: ad- 
ditions & revisions. © Lucille E. 
Emond; 21Sep70; DUT8196. 

BASTIEN AND BASTIENNA; comedy opera in 
one act; music by W. A. Mozart; English 
text by Hamilton Benz. New York, 
G. Schirmer. 54 p. NM: English text. 
© G. Schirmer, Inc.; 28Dec69; DP7491. 

BATMAN: BEWARE OF LIVIN' DOLLS, 'by Bob 
Haney. 11 1. Appl. author: National 
Periodical Publications, Inc., employ- 
er for hire. © National Periodical 
Publications, Inc.; 21May68; DP7525. 

BATMAN: HE WHO SWIPES THE ICE, GOES TO 
THE COOLER, by Bill Keenan. 10 1. 
Appl. author: National Periodical 
Publications, Inc., employer for hire. 
© National Periodical Publications, 
Inc.; 13Jun68; DP7528. 

BATMAN: THE GREAT SCARECROW SCARE, by 
Bill Butler. 11 1. Appl. author: 
National Periodical Publications, 
Inc., employer for hire. © National 
Periodical Publications, Inc.; 
5Jun68; DP7527. ■ 

BATMAN: THE 1000-AND-1 FACES OF THE 
RIDDLER, by George Kashdan. 10 1. 
Appl. author: National Periodical 
Publications, Inc., employer for hire. 
© National Periodical Publications, 
Inc.; 9May68; DP7524. 

BATMAN: THE PERILOUS PLAYTHINGS, by 
Oscar Bensol. 9 1. Appl. author: 
National Periodical Publications, 
Inc., employer for hire. © National 
Periodical Publications, Inc.; 
28May68; DP7526. 

THE BATTLE ON THE HILL (Bitva na kopci) 
By Ladislav Smocek; translated by Jar- 
ka M. Burian. 14 1. A play. © Jarka 
M. Burian; 27Jul70; DU77648. 

BATTLEFIELD MEDICINE: VISIT TO THE 
AMERICAN PAST, by K. M. Mann. 9 1. 
Recording scrint. © K. M. Mann; 
6Aug70; C23715- 

BEA, FRANK, RICHIE & JOAN; from Lovers 
and other strangers, by Renee Taylor 
& Joseph Bologna. (In Modern short 
comedies from Broadway and London. 
New York, Random House, p. 379-399) 
Appl. states prev. reg. 100ct68, 
DU72584. NM: editorial revision. 
© Renee Taylor & Joseph Bologna; 
3Dec69; DP7456. 



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BEADWORK IS NOT ON THE AGENDA, a play by 
George Savage & George Savage, Jr. 
117 1. Three acts. © George Savage &■ 
George Savage, Jr.; 28Aug70; DU78001. 

BEAR MCCREADY, a play by George Savage & 
George Savage, Jr. 90 1. Three acts. 
© George Savage & George Savage, Jr.; 
31Aug70; DU7800J. 

LE BEASTE, by John Boylan, pseud, of 
Jack. Jeglum. 'Rev. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Harriett Jeglum; l8Nov70; 
DU78827 . 

THE BEAT GOES ON; original screenplay 
by Mike Mingoia (Michael A. Mingoia) 
71 1. © Michael A. Mingoia; 15Jun70; 
DU77810. 

BEAUTIFUL BEULAH BELLE; or, Virtue's 
various vicissitudes. A very mellow 
drama in one act by Robert C. Yoh. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 28 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) Appl. author: 
Walter H. Baker Co., employer for 
hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 29Jul70; 
DP7396. 

BEAUTIFUL? WHO, ME? By Margaret Mary 
Eitzen. 21 1. Recording script. 
© Lorraine Mildred Pann; 5Aug70; 

c 23701. 

THE BEAUTIFUL WORLD OF HORSES, by Omar 
L. Tatum. Television scripts. © Omar 
L . Tatum . 
Program 

12. The Melbourne cup, 1971. 
© 5Nov70; DU78525. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, by Marie Starr & 
Larry Jorgensen; adapted from a French 
fairytale. 71 1. A play. © Marie 
Starr & Larry D. Jorgensen; l6Nov70; 
DU78624. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (La belle et la 
bete) Scenario & dialogs by Jean 
Cocteau; edited & annotated by Robert 
M. Hammond. New York, New York Uni- 
versity Press. 441 p. NM: all new 
except for the appendix, Excerpts from 
Jean Cocteau's diary. ©Robert M. 
Hammond; 13Nov70; A201868. 

BECOMING THE MASTER OF YOUR DEPENDENT 
AND INDEPENDENT DRIVES, by L. Mack 
Powell. 18 1. Tape script. 
© L. Mack Powell; 220ct70; C23970. 

THE BED (Le lit) A small anthology 
of permitted acts and forbidden acts; 
script by Jacques Lemoine, adaptation 
by Rita Kraus . 176 1. Screenplay. 
© Jacques Lemoine; 12Nov70; DU78561. 

BEDTIME STORY FOR AN IRANIAN IBEX, by 
Mikal Hume Strain (Michael Hume Strain) 
1 v. A play in 4 scenes. © Michael 
H. Strain; 30Nov70; DU78736. 

THE BEGGAR STUDENT (Der Bettelstudent) 
Comic opera in three acts by Carl 
Millocker; original libretto by Zell 
& Genee; English version by Ruth & 
Thomas Martin. 63 1. Libretto. 
Based on adaptation by Eugen Otto. 
© G. Schirmer, Inc.; l8Nov70; DU78749- 

BEGINNER'S BIBLE. Vol.1, by Barbara 
Muhl. 1 v. © Barbara Mary Muhl; 
3Aug70; C23668. 

BEGINNER'S BIBLE. Vol.2, by Barbara 
Mary Muhl. 1 v. © Barbara Mary 
Muhl; l4Sep70; C23842. 

BEGINNING EXPERIENCES IN NUMBER RELA- 
TIONS THROUGH LANGUAGE, NO. 4, by 
Selma Greenberg & Anita Gurian. 
22 1. Recording script. © Class- 
room Materials Co.; 27Jul70; C23644. 



LA BELLE; screenplay by Jon Stathakis, 
Steve Schwartz, Ray Wells. 85 1. 
© Ray Wells; 7Dec70; DU78951. 

BELLE ET LA BETE. See 
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. 

BENEATH A SHOOTING STAR, by Paul Wolff. 
50 1. A screenplay. © Paul R. Wolff; 
130ct70; DU78360. 

BENEDICT ARNOLD (Benedict) (Glory in 
the dust) Vol. 1-2. A motion picture 
shooting script by Mildred Gardner 
(Gardner Hamilton, pseud.) & Albert 
Shelby Le Vino. 2 v. © Mildred 
Gardner; 29Sep70; DU78648. 

BENNIE THE BAT. See 
ECOLOGY. 

THE BENNY BUNCH, by Jory Sherman. 9 1. 
Audio drama. © Jory Sherman; 27Aug70; 
DU77985 . 

BERNIE, by Mat Matthews. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. Includes lyrics to 1 song. 
© Mat Matthews; 24Sep70; DU78062. 

BERTA OF HUNGARY. See 

HOW COULD YOU LOSE THE PRINCESS. 

BEST OF FRIENDS, a comedy in two acts 
by James Elward . Dramatists Play 
Service. 72 p. © James Elward; 
l8Dec70; DP7514. 

BEST PLAYS OF THE SIXTIES, edited with 
an introductory note & prefaces to 
the plays by Stanley Richards. 
1st ed. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday. 
IO36 p. © on compilation, introduc- 
tory note & prefaces; Stanley 
Richards; 24jul70; A171161. 

THE BEST SHORT PLAYS, 1970; edited & 
with an introd. by Stanley Richards. 
1st ed. Philadelphia, Chilton Book 
Co. 410 p. (The Margaret Mayorga 
series) NM: additions. © Stanley 
Richards; 150ct70; A183425. 

BETHESDA SUNDAY, AS YOU SEE IT, by 

Robert S. Crewe. 10 1. A screenplay. 
© Crewe Films, Inc.; 13Jul70; DU77816 . 

BETHLEHEM ALLEY, by Alberta Hawse. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 
39 p. Three acts. (Eldridge Christ- 
mas entertainments) © Eldridge Pub. 
Co.; 15Sep70; DP7522. 

BETTELSTUDENT. See 
THE BEGGAR STUDENT. 

BETTY SNOWFLAKE, by Fred Gavin (Freder- 
ick Joseph Gavin) 23 1. © Frederick 
Joseph Gavin; 8jul70; C23573. 

BEWARE OF LIVIN 1 DOLLS. See 

BATMAN: BEWARE OF LIVIN' DOLLS. 

BEWITCHED CIRCUS, a children's play by 
Betty Marrapodi (Isabel H. Marrapodi); 
music, Frank Marrapodi. 36 1. Two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Betty H. 
Marrapodi & Frank J. Marrapodi; 
6Jul70; DU77644. 



BEYOND ALL BARRIERS, by Lola Claudette 
Hardaway. 125 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 12Feb70, 67728 & HMar70, 
76983. © Lola Claudette Hardaway; 
25Mar70; DP7375. 



BIAFRA AND BRITISH FOREIGN POLICY. 
See 
FIRING LINE. 167. 



BIBLE DRAMAS FOR OLDER BOYS & GIRLS, 
by Sarah Walton Miller. Nashville, 
Broadman Press. 116 p. © Broadman 
Press; 15May70; A174930. 



THE BIBLE SAYS, a Christmas play by 
Elfriede L. Mollon. 1 v. © Elfriede 
L. Mollon; 20Nov70; C24l4l. 

THE BIG COCA-COLA SWAMP IN THE SKY, a 
new play by Jay Broad. 89 1. One 
act. © Jay Broad; 22Sep70; DU78200. 

THE BIG 'LECTRONIC BRAIN, by Otto 
Whittaker. 2 1. © Otto Whittaker, 
Jr.; 4Aug70; C23637 . 

THE BIG LITTLE SHOW. No. 1-2. By Gran- 
ville A. Bur land. 2 v. Two radio 
scripts. © C/Hear Services, Inc.; 
27Aug70; C23727. 

THE BIG PLANETS: JUPITER, SATURN. 7 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24080. 

BIG ROCK AT CANDY'S MOUNTAIN, a full- 
length comedy by David Rogers . Chi- 
cago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 112 p. Two 
acts. © David Rogers; 15Sep70; 
DP7433 • 

THE BIG SHOW, by Mona S. Berman; music 
by Paul Golds taub. 57 1. A play in 
7 scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© Mona S. Berman; 17Aug70; DU77822 . 

THE BIG TIME, a play by Maurice Peizer. 
17 1. Three acts. © Maurice S. 
Peizer; llSep70; DU78O97. 

THE BIG WHEEL, a musical play by Joe 
Singer (Joseph Singer), based on the 
book by George W. Herald & Edward D. 
Radin. 1 v. Two acts. Book only. 
© Joe Singer; 120ct70; DU78163. 

THE BIG WHEEL, a musical play by Joe 
Singer (Joseph Singer), based on the 
book by George W. Herald & Edward D. 
Radin. 1 v. Two acts. Book only. 
© Joseph Singer; l40ct70; DU78175- 

THE BIGAMIST, by John Miller. 59 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © John H. Miller; 
22Jun70; DU77611. 

BIGFOOT, a play in two acts by Ronald 
Tavel. 60 1. © Ronald Tavel; 
1JU170; DU77579- 

BIOGRAPHIE: UN JEU, by Max Frisch; 

texte francais de Bernard Lortholary . 
[Paris] Gallimard. 126 p. (Theatre 
du monde entier) Two parts. © on 
French translation; Editions Galli- 
mard; 30Sep70; DFO-1790. 

BIRMINGHAM IN 1963; speech by Dr. Martin 
Luther King, Jr. at the 16th Street 
Baptist Church, Birmingham, Alabama, 
May 3, 1963 . 8 1. © Estate of Martin 
Luther King, Jr.; I40ct70; C24166 . 

BIRTH. See 

BLUES FOR MEMPHIS SLIM. 

BISON BOOK.. See 
GORBODUC . 
THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN. 

BITTER ALMONDS, a love ballad by Dick 
Dotterer (Richard A. Dotterer) 1 v. 
Three acts. © Richard A. Dotterer; 
28sep70; DU78226. 

THE BITTER HALF, a motion picture 
screenplay written by Bud Fleisher 
(Adolph X. Fleisher) 194 1. 
© Adolph X. Fleisher; 25N0V7O; 
DU78708. 

BITVA NA KOPCI. See 

THE BATTLE ON THE HILL. 



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July-Dec. 



BLACK AIN'T ANGEL, a comedy in one act 
by Bernard Diamond. 28 1. © Bernard 
Diamond; 70ct70; DU78309- 

BLACK AND GREEN; with music, a play 
of today and tomorrow by Malvine 
Cole. 1 v. Three acts. Book only. 
© Malvine Cole; 27Nov70; DU7867O. 

THE BLACK BIRD (Al tair aswad) A one- 
act play by Marvin X (Bismillah-r- 
rahmani-r-rahim) (In New plays from 
the black theatre. New York, Bantam 
Books, p. 109-118) © Marvin X; 
3Nov69; DP7443. 

BLACK JUDAS, a comedy by Robert Valine. 
Aug. 1970. 37 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Robert A. Valine; 90ct70; DU78292. 

BLACK (NEGRO, COLORED) HORROR, a comedy 
using black (Negro, colored) creatures, 
monsters, etc. Vol. no.l: The not so 
fearsome wolfman, by Thomas F. & 
Carol Moore. 4 1. © Thomas Fred- 
erick Moore & Carol Ann Moore; 
lONovYO; DU78559. 



BLACK + WHITE = RED. 
CAFE CON LECHE. 



See 



A BLACK QUARTET; four new black plays 
with an introd. by Clayton Riley. 
New American Library. 158 p. (A Sig- 
net book, Y 4388) Contents: Prayer 
meeting; or, The first militant minis- 
ter, By Ben Caldwell. — The warning, 
a theme for Linda, by Ronald Milner. — 
The gentleman caller, by Ed Bullins. — 
Great goodness of life, by LeRoi Jones. 
© on introd.; New American Library, 
Inc.; 130ct70; A189547. 

BLACK SHADOW, BLACK PRINCE; book & lyr- 
ics by Walter S. Beaver. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Walter S. Beaver; 31JU170; DU77669. 

THE BLACK SHEEP OF BETHLEHEM, by James 
M. Ragland. 14 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © James M. 
Ragland; 8Sep70; DU78072. 



BLACK STUDENT POWER. 
FIRING LINE. 142. 



See 



BLACK STUDIES. 
FIRING LINE. 



See 
152. 



BLACK SURVIVAL, by Spencer Jackson. 
1 v. Script. With music. © Spencer 
Jackson, Sr.; 8Sep70; DU78327. 

THE BLACK TERROR, a revolutionary adven- 
ture story by Richard Wesley. 77 1. 
A play in 7 scenes. © Richard Wesley; 
260ct70; DU78461. 

BLACKBOARD JUMBLE; dialogue, lyrics & 
music by Lynn E. Haldeman. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. states song, 
Stuck-up, prev. reg. 13Mar64, 
EU815783. © Lynn E. Haldeman; 
HAug70; DU77880. 

BLACKFRIARS SHAKESPEARE. See 
HAMLET. 

JULIUS CAESAR. 

LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 

ROMEO AND JULIET. 

TROILUS AND CRESSIDA. 

BLACKMAN, a drama by C. Porter. 46 1. 
Three acts. © Charles L. Porter; 
l4Dec70; DU78866. 

BLAH, BLAH, BLAH, by Lenny Bruce. 2 1. 
Monolog. © Douglas Music Corp.; 
5Aug70; C23678. 



THE BLASTING MACHINE, by James Burroughs 
& V. Van Pelt, pseud, of Victoria 
Burroughs. 81 1. Screenplay. 
© James Burroughs; HAug70; DU77876. 

BLENDS: BL AND BR. 6 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
9Nov70; C24090. 

BLENDS: CL, CR. 7 1- Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & Man- 
ufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24016. 

BLENDS: DR. 6 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24112. 

BLENDS: FL, FR. 8 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & manu- 
facturing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24017. 

BLENDS: GL, GR. 7 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
8c Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24113. 

BLENDS: PL, PR. 5 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24114. 

BLENDS: SL, SM. 7 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co. ; 9Nov70; C24115. 

BLENDS: SN, ST. 7 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24116. 

BLENDS: SP, SW. 7 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24091. 

BLENDS: TR, TW. 7 1- Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24092. 

BLESS ME, ABBA! A musical comedy; 
original book, music & lyrics by 
Gertrude Miller & Marion Flanigan. 
1 v. Two acts. © Gertrude Miller & 
Marion Flanigan; 24Aug70; DU78220. 

BLESSINGS; text by Nancy Walter; music 
by John Franzen. 2 v. A play. 
© John Franzen & Nancy Walter; 
2?Nov70; DU78785. 

THE BLINDFOLD (La venda en los ojos) By 
Jose Lopez Rubio; translated by Marion 
Holt. (In The Modern Spanish stage: 
4 plays. 1st ed. New York, Hill & 
Wang. p. [211] -313) © on translation; 
Marion Holt; 23Jul70; DP7497. 

BLINDFOLD. See 

THE MODERN SPANISH STAGE: FOUR PLAYS. 

THE BLONDE UP IN 711, a play in three 
acts by Jesse Torn. 1 v. © Jesse 
Torn; 150ct70; DU78376. 

BLOOD IS THINNER THAN BEER, by David V. 
McCrae. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© David V. McCrae; 6Nov70; DU78694. 

BLOODY JANUARY, a new comedy in two acts 
by James M. Beasley & Jerald L. 
Cockburn. 46 1. © Loyd Bennett Pro- 
ductions; l4Dec70; DU78841. 



BLUE, GREEN, YELLOW, ORANGE, RED AND 
BROWN, by Ernest Fann. 55 1- A play. 
5 Ernest Fann; lDec70; DU78750. 

BLUEBEARD, an operetta In two acts com- 
posed by Jacques Offenbach; new lib- 
retto 6c lyrics by Brian Anderson; mu- 
sic adapted & arranged by Graham 
Ripley. London, Chappell. 67 p. 
Libretto. © Chappell & Co., Ltd.; 
30Apr70; DFO-1764. 

THE BLUES, by Flip Wilson (Clerow 
Wilson) 4 1. Monolog. C Clerow 
Wilson; 17Nov70; C24263- 

BLUES FOR MEMPHIS SLIM (Birth) Words & 
music by Howard Scott & others. 
Folder. ©Far Out Music; 28jul70; 
C23660. 

BO, by Herbert Coleman. An original 
libretto freely based on Giuseppe 
Giaeosa & Luigi mica's adaptation 
of H. Murger's Vie de Boheme. 1 v. 
© Herbert Coleman; 3Sep70; DU77903- 

BOARDERS, a play in ten scenes by David 
Roszkowski. 36 1. © David Roszkow- 
ski; 280ct70; DU78472. 

THE BOAT RACE; words & music by Stephen 
Dodgson; illustrated by Hugh Marshall. 
London, Oxford University Press . 
24 p. (Oxford instrumental series, 
no. 2) © Oxford University Press; 
27Aug70; DFO-1778. 

THE BOAT WITHOUT A FISHERMAN (La barca 
sin pescador) By Alejandro Casona; 
translated by Richard Damar. (In The 
Modern Spanish stage: 4 plays. 1st 
ed. New York, Hill & Wang. p. [315]- 
388) © on translation; Richard Damar; 
23JU170; DP7498. 

BOAT WITHOUT A FISHERMAN. See 

THE MODERN SPANISH STAGE: FOUR PLAYS. 



BOBBY KENNEDY. 
FIRING LINE. 



See 
94. 



BODY AND SOUL, a play by Helen Rathje; 
based on the life of Leo Tolstoy. 
1 v. Seven acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Inconstant saint, 1966. NM: 
revision. © Helen Rathje; 22Sep70; 
DU78205 . 

BODYSNATCHERS, a play in three acts by 
Margaret Lamb. 80 1. © Margaret 
Lamb; 10Sep70; DU78092. 

BOGEY, by John Terrence Reilly. 8 1. 
A play. © John Terrence Reilly; 
260ct70; DU78459. 

LA BOHEME; screen treatment by Michael 
De Forrest. Ill 1. © Haven Inter- 
national Pictures, Inc.; lSep70; 
DU78015. 

BOHEMIAN. See 
3 BAWDY PIECES. 

THE BOND; one act by Martin Brown 
(Morris Brown) 24 1. A play. 
© Morris Brown; l4Sep70; DU78H9. 

BONNER, a motion picture screenplay by 
John A. Russo, based on a story by 
John Russo & Paul Mc Col lough. 35 1- 
© John A. Russo; 2oSep70; DU78602. 

THE BOOBY HATCH, an original comedy in 
three acts by Orvar Arne Rosengren. 
132 1. © Orvar Arne Rosengren; 
l4Dec70; DU78865. 

BOOKER, a play in three acts by Alex 
Haley. 125 1- © Alex Haley; 9Nov70; 
DU78554. 



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THE BOOKIE; screenplay by William A. 
Bairn. 123 !• © William A. Bairn; 
19Nov70; DU78675. 

THE BOSTON TEA PARTY, by Edward Moor, 
pseud, of Edward Romberg; from the 
novel, Angels of destruction, by David 
Siff. 165 1. Screenplay. © Edward 
Kornberg; l60ct70; DU78l84. 

THE BOSTONIANS, a play in three acts by 
Alison Quinn; suggested by the novel 
by Henry James. 112 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 1948. NM: additions. 
© Alison Quinn; 12Aug70; DU77895. 

THE BOSTONIANS, a play in three acts 
by Sayre P. Sheldon & Agnes Y. Butcher, 
adapted from the novel by Henry James. 
51 1. © Sayre P. Sheldon & Agnes Y. 
Butcher; 10Nov70; DU78400 . 

BOTTOM TOP BOTTOM, a comedy-drama by 
Anita M. Washington. 50 1. Two 
scenes. © Anita M. Washington; 
l8Nov70; DU78646. 

THE BOUGH BREAK, a play in two acts by 
James Chllds. 106 1. © James E. 
Childs; 30Jul70; DU77784. 

BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME. See 
LE MALADE, LE MEDECIN, ET LE 
BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME. 

BOWLING THE PROFESSIONAL WAY. 1 v. 
Scripts. Appl. author: Vocational 
Information Products, Inc. © Voca- 
tional Information Products, Inc.; 
X?0ct70; C23864. 

THE BOY WHO DREW CATS, a dramatic adap- 
tation of a Japanese fairytale by 
Lucinda K. Wilkins; music & lyrics by 
Donald F. Wilkins. 2 v. Three 
scenes. © Lucinda K. Wilkins & Donald 
F. Wilkins; 210ct70; DU78432. 

BRAVE NEW WORLD, a musical drama based 
on the novel by Aldous Huxley; book 
by Robert Randolph, music & lyrics by 
Wesley Hal Hester. 1 v. Nine epi- 
sodes. Includes lyrics for 2 songs. . 
Appl. states prev. reg. 24jul70, 
DU77726. NM: revision. © Robert Ran- 
dolph; 4Nov70; DU78399. 

BRAVE NEW WORLD, a musical drama, book 
by Robert Randolph; based on the novel 
by Aldous Huxley. 1 v. © Robert 
Randolph; 24jul70; DU77726. 

BRAVE NEW WORLD, by Aldous Huxley; 

dramatized by David Rogers. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 110 p. A full 
length play. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
50ct70; DP7464. 

BREAK AWAY, a youth musical about living 
by R. G. Huff. 68 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 21Jan70, EU58062 . NM: re- 
vision & addition. © R. G. Huff; 
l8Aug70; DU77824. 

BREAKING THE SOUND BARRIER AND PHASES 
OF ENGLISH PHONETICS, a lecture by 
Carl Joseph Erickson. 46 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. & prev. pub. 15Apr67, 
A915106 & 19Feb68, A971751. NM: 
demonstrations & analysis. © Carl 
Joseph Erickson; l60ct70; C23963 . 

A BREATH OF FRESH AIR, by William 
Ferris. 122 1. A play. © William 
J. Ferris; 130ct70; DU78356. 

THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS, a musical 
play for children written & composed 
by Margery Dawe, pseud, of Margery 
Felix; based on the fairy tale by the 
Brothers Grimm. London, J. B. Cramer 
& Co. 11 p. (The New road, three 
way) Two scenes. Libretto. Appl. 
states prev. pub. 9May69. NM: libret- 
to. © J. B. Cramer & Co., Ltd.; 
HJun69; DF0-1774. 



BRIEF SUBLET, by Bob Randall, pseud, of 
Stanley Goldstein. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Stanley Goldstein a.k.a. 
Bob Randall; 24Sep70; DU78O58. 

BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME. See 

/'CUBA SI!; BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME & 
LAST GASPS. 



BURGHERS OF CALAIS. 
UNDERGROUND . 



See 



BROADCASTING AND THE PUBLIC. 
FIRING LINE. I89. 



See 



BROADWAY UP IN HEAVEN, by Louis Amelia. 
Sheet. Script. © Louis Ar ella; 
l4Dec70; C24326 . 

THE BROKEN CLOCK, & THE DEATH WATCH; 
2 one-act plays by Beverlee Galli 
Murphy. 54 1 . © Beverlee Galli 
Murphy; l6Jul70; DU77696. 

BROOK. See 
ECOLOGY. 

BROTHERHOOD; short one act play by 
Douglas Turner Ward. Dramatists 
Play Service. 19 P- © Douglas 
Turner Ward; 15Dec70; DP7515- 

BROTHERS, an original screenplay by 
Arthur A. Seidelman & Ana Laura. 
30 1. © Arthur A. Seidelman & Ana 
Laura; l6Sep70; DU78145. 

THE BROTHERS FRENSKI, a musical satire, 
book & lyrics by Murray Schisgal, 
music by Irving Joseph. 1 v. Two 
acts.' Appl. states prev. reg. 
NM: music, lyrics & revisions. 
© Murray Schisgal & Irving Joseph; 
17Sep70; DU7816O. 

BUFFALO BILL; or, Meats for the belly 
and the belly is for meat. By Daniel 
R. Panitz. 68 1. A musical play in 

2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Daniel 
Robert Panitz; 25Nov70; DU78596. 

BUILDING LANGUAGE USAGE POWER, NO. 5, 
by Selma Greenberg & Anita Gurian. 
31 1. Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 27Jul70; C23648. 

BUILDING LANGUAGE USAGE SKILLS IN THE 
UPPER GRADES, ALBUM NO. 5, by Selma 
Greenberg & Anita Gurian. 3° 1. 
Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 27Jul70; C23640. 

BUILDING VERBAL POWER IN THE UPPER 
GRADES, NO. 5, by Selma Greenberg & 
Anita Gurian. 22 1. Recording 
script. © Classroom Materials Co.; 
27Jul70; C23641. 

BUILDING VERBAL POWER, NO. 5, by Selma 
Greenberg & Anita Gurian. 25 1. 
Recording script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 27Jul70; C23645. 

THE BULLDOG AND THE PETUNIA, by Jasper 
R. Trent. 34 1. A play. © Jasper R. 
Trent; 24Dec70; DU78933. 

BUMMER, a screenplay by Hal Ackerman 
(Harold Ackerman) 107 1. © Harold 
Ackerman; 10Aug70; DU77860. 

BUN ES BUNHODES; opera 3 felvonasban by 
Emil Petrovics. Szoveget dosztojev- 
szkij regenyebol irta Maar Gyula. 

3 v. Zongorakivonat . © Emil Petro- 
vics 8c Gyula Maar; 6jul70; DU77643. 

BUNDLES OF CHARM, a gay musical comedy 
by Lawrence J. Williams. 1 v. Two 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
6Dec65, DU64797. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Lawrence Jackson 
Williams; 22Sep70; DU78201. 

THE BURGHERS OF CALAIS, a play in one 
act by Sherman L. Sergei. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 30 p. © Sherman L. 
Sergei; 12Aug70; DP7434. 



THE BURIAL, by Sylvia Bandyke . 4 1. 
A play in 3 scenes. © Sylvia Bandyke; 
lSep70; DU78008. 

BURN, COOL GREEN; film script by 

Lucille Ruda. 17 1. © Lucille Ruda; 
5Aug70; DU77825. 

BUSINESSMAN'S LUNCHEON, a one act play 
by Richard P. DeBlasi. 15 1. 
© Richard P. DeBlasi; 15Dec70; 
DU78907. 

THE BUST, a play in three acts by Benja- 
min Barber. 1 v. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Benjamin R. 
Barber; 3Dec70; DU78772. 

BUSY-BODY. See 

ENVIRONMENT OF MAN. 

BUT IT'S ALL RIGHT! A musical play in 
2 acts; book, lyrics & music by Sher- 
win Silverman. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Sherwin Silverman; 21Sep70; DU78188. 

BUT STILL, by Russell Richard Saunders, 
Jr. 1 v. A musical play. © Russell 
Richard Saunders, Jr.; 21Dec70; 
DU78918. 

BUT WE WERE ONLY GOING TO POMONA. See 
WIENER'S CIRCLE. 

BUTCHMAN, by Bill Moore (Wilbert Moore) 
52 1. A screenplay in 23 scenes. 
© Wilbert Moore; 300ct70; DU78490. 

THE BUTLER DID IT! A play in three acts 
by Peter E. Besbas. 77 1. © Peter 
Besbas; 70ct70; DU78l4o. 

A BUTTON IS STILL MISSING, a play in one 
act by Kristin Betty Jane Windau. 
1 v. © Kristin Betty Jane Windau; 
26Aug70; DU77975- 

THE BUZZER, by Harold Holland. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Harold Holland; 
5Nov70; DU78535. 

BY THE FENCE, by Jack Jeglum (John 
Boylan, pseud.) 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Harriett Jeglum; l8Nov70; 
DU78823 . 



BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON, OF THE SILVERY 
MOON, by Elaine Hanna (Elaine Hanna 
Mensh) 133 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Elaine Hanna Mensh; l6Jul70; 
DU77684 . 

BY WHICH WE LIVE; written by Martin 
Newman. 1 v. Screenplay in 5 acts. 
© Martin Newman; 12Aug70; DU77891. 

BYE, BABY BUNTING, a comedy in two acts 
by Emily Heilman. 1 v. © Emily M. 
Heilman; 5Aug70; DU77827 . 



CATV, PAST-PRESENT -FUTURE, a sample 
speech using overhead transparencies; 
an edited compilation of excerpts 
from over 30 talks on CATV delivered 
by Roger W. Hill, Jr. 18 1. Appl. 
author: Scope Suffolk Educational 
Center. ©Scope a.a.d.o. Scope 
Suffolk Educational Center; 27Jul70; 
C23671- 

CABARET '70, by Robert Nassif. 1 v. 
A musical play. © Robert Lindsey 
Nassif; 3Dec70; DU78662. 



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THE CABIN, an original screenplay by 
Edward Shaw. 44 1. © Edward Shaw; 
31Jul70; DU77791- 

CABLE CASH CALL. 7 1- Television 
script. Appl. author: Newhoff- Blum- 
berg, Inc. © Newhoff-Blumberg, Inc.; 
20JU170; C23595. 

CAFE CON LECHE (Coffee with milk; or, 
Black + white = red) Argumento y 
guion cinematografico original de Tony 
Rigus, pseud, of Angel Rivera Guzman. 
61 1. © Tony Rigus; 70ct70; DU783IO. 

CAKE WITH A HALO. See 
THE FRENCH CHEF. 

CALCIUM; Stuck in drei Akten by Jan 

Quackenbush. Wien, Universal Edition. 
61 p. © Universal Edition, A.G.; 
6Mar70; DFO-1753- 

CALENDAR: DAYS OF THE WEEK. 4 1. Re- 
cording script. Appl. author: Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining 8c Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24006. 

CALENDARS: MONTHS OF THE YEAR. 7 1- 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining 8: Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24056. 

CALL IT LOVE, a new musical comedy; book 
by Linda MacNish. 71 1- Two acts. 
Book only. © Linda MacNish; JlAug70; 
DU78051. 

LAS CALLES DEL INFIERNO; guion cinema- 
tografico original de Edmundo Rivera 
Alvarez. 105 1- Appl. states prev. 
reg. 80ct67, DU69941. NM: transla- 
tion & revision. © Edmundo Rivera 
Alvarez; 210ct70; DU78452. 



CAN WE WIN IN VIETNAM. 
FIRING LINE. 98. 



See 



See 



CANADIAN TRILOGY. 
SPRING FESTIVAL. 

CANDIDAT. See 
THEATRE. 

CANDIDATE. See 

PRESIDENTS AREN'T BORN. 

CANNERY ROW. See 
DOC OF CANNERY ROW. 

CAN'T YOU THINK OF ANYONE, EITHER? By 
Frank Hogan. 113 1- A play. © Frank 
Hogan; 12Nov70; DU78567 . 

THE CANTERVILLE GHOST; book 8c lyrics by 
Joan Kennedy Taylor, music by George 
Broderick. 1 v. A play in 2 scenes. 
Adapted from the story by Oscar 
Wilde. © Joan Kennedy Taylor & George 
Broderick; 4jan71; DU78950. 

CAPITAL FORMATION AND THE PROFESSIONAL 
FINANCIAL ANALYST, by Harold A. Dulan. 
22 1. © Harold A. Dulan; 29Dec70; 
C24315. 



CAPITOL AND ITS HISTORY. 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 



See 



CAPP ON CAMPUS. 
FIRING LINE. 



See 
146. 



CAPS FOR SALE. See 
TARRADIDDLE TALES. 

CAPTAIN TOOTLEMAN'S WONDERFUL ADVENTURE, 
a play by David Davidson. 1 v. Two 
parts. © David Davidson; 27Aug70; 
DU77979- 



CARBON DUPLICATION. 13 1- Filmstrlp 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
28Sep70; C2392t • 



CARDIO-PULMONARY RESUSCITATION. 
RESPIRATORY CARE SERIES. 



See 



CARLA'S BACK, by James H. Daugherty. 
110 1. A play in 3 acts. © James H. 
Daugherty; 6Aug70; DU77847 . 



CAROL BURNETT SHOW. 
LIFE WITH CHRIS. 



See 



EL CARRUSELL; comedia en dos actos 
y siete cuadros by Victor Ruiz 
Iriarte, edited by Marion P. Holt. 
New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts . 
121 p. NM: pref., introd., bibliog- 
raphy, foreword by Ruiz Iriarte, 
notes, exercises 8: vocabulary. 
© Meredith Corp.; 19Aug70; A173889- 

CARTOUCHE, by Jerry Randolph (Jeremy 
Randolph) 86 1. A play in 15 scenes. 
© Jerry Randolph; 21Sep70; DU78197. 

THE CARTRIDGE REVOLUTION, by Robert J. 
Nissen. 1 v. Appl. author: Hubert 
Wilke, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Hubert Wilke, Inc.; 10Sep70; 
C 23841 . 

THE CASE FOR PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE. 
19 1. 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; C23830. 

CASE OF SUNSTROKE. See 
SUNSTROKE. 

THE CASE OF THE CURIOUS COMPUTER, a play 
for children of all ages by Chris 
McCann (Christian D. McCann) 1 v. 
Three acts. © Chris McCann; 25Aug70; 
DU77971. 

THE CASE OF THE SLIT THROAT, a play in 
one act by H. Carl Kait . 31 1. 
© H. Carl Kait; 10Aug70; DP7437 ■ 

CASE STUDY. See 

RESPIRATORY CARE SERIES. 

CASEY JONES. See 
AMERICAN FOLKLORE. 

CASSETTE COOKERY. See 

FABULOUS PAETY MAIN DISHES. 



CASTINA YELLOW. 
SCULPERE. 



See 



THE CASTLE OF COMPLACENCY, a modern ver- 
sion of the medieval morality play, 
The castle of perseverence, by Frances 
Lohman. 25 1. © Frances Lohman; 
16JU170; DU77683. 

CASTLE OF PERSEVERANCE. See 
THE CASTLE OF COMPLACENCY. 

CATCH A ROBBER BY THE TOE; screenplay 
by Jacomet Ford, pseud, of Edmond J. 
E'Chavarrie. 2nd draft. 1 v. © In- 
ternational Producers Enterprises, 
Ltd.; 16JU170; DU77698. 

CATTLEMEN. See 

SETTLING THE WEST. 

CAULIFLOWER CUPIDS, by Victor Dayi, 
Donald Hyde 8c Ralph Corsel. 145 1. 
Screenplay. Appl. states prev. reg. 
30Aug66, DU66475. NM: additions 8c re- 
visions. © Victor Davi, Donald Hyde 8: 
Ralph Corsel; 17Sep70; DU77969- 

THE CAUSE, a play in one act by John 
Wyeth. 28 1. © John Wyeth; 15Sep70; 
DU76133 • 



CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA (Rustic chivalry) 
Opera in one act; text by Giovanni 
Targioni-Tozzetti & Guido Menasci; 
music by Pietro Mascagnl; English ver- 
sion by Albert Puhek. 33 1. Libret- 
to. © Albert J. Puhek; 29Jul70; 
DU77775 • 



CE QUI S'APPELLE RIEN. 
ISMA. 



See 



THE CELEBRATION, by Sylvia Bandyke . 
8 1. A play in 2 acts. © Sylvia 
Bandyke; lSep70; DU78OO9. 

CELIBATE. See 
3 BAWDY PIECES. 

THE CENSUS TAKER, by Anthony Blackwood, 
pseud, of Dale White. 38 1. A play 
in 2 scenes. © Dale White; 21Sep70; 
DU78041. 

CENTENNIAL, by Marie S. Rice. 1 v. A 
musical play in 2 acts. Appl. states 
1 song, William, prev. pub. l4May6B, 
EP245322. © Wilbee Music Co.; 
25Sep70; DU78046. 

CENTER RING, by Colin McKay. 102 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Wallace Colin 
McKay; 30Sep70; DU78278. 

CENTIMETERS AND DECIMALS. See 
MEASUREMENT SKILLS. 

A CENTRAL COMMITTEE FOR GOD, by Melvin 
Logg, pseud, of Ralph L. Moress. 
31 1. A play in 2 acts. © Ralph L. 
Moress; 5Aug70; DU77731- 



CESAR AND CARLOS OF PERU. 
SOUTH AMERICAN FAMILIES. 



See 



CHAMBRE A LOUER. See 
RIONS. 

CHANGE, a musical; book by Martin Sher- 
man; music by Ed Dresley; lyrics by 
Drey Shepperd. 2 v. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 6May69, 
EU128827. © Shepley Productions, 
Ltd.; 12Aug70; DU77948. 



CHANGING TIMES RADIO. 
MONEY TALKS. 



See 



CHANT DE LA JOIE, a one act play by 
George C. Holets . 33 1. © George 
Carl Holets; 6Aug70; DU77846. 

CHARLIE THE COMMA. 5 1- Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
9Nov70; C24121. 

CHARLIE TRUCKLEBUS. 9 1- Script. 
Appl. author: Arkansas Bus lc Truck 
Assn. Appl. ti.: Charley Trucklebus . 
© Arkansas Bus & Truck Assn.; 21Aug70; 
C23778. 

CHATEAU DES COEURS. See 
THEATRE. 

CHECK-OUT; screenplay by Charles Kelman 
S- Anja KLabunde; based on an original 
story by Charles Kelman. 92 1. 
© Charles Kelman; 150ct70; DU78J80. 

CHECK-OUT STATION, a play by Kenneth 
Garon. 55 1. Five acts. © Kenneth 
L. Garon; 17Dec70; DU78887. 

CHECKERS, by Alan Wasser 8c Judy Bierman 
(Judith Gayle Bierman) 166 1. A 
musical play in 2 acts. © Judith 
Gayle Bierman 8: Alan Charles Wasser; 
l4Sep70; DU78588. 

CHEE-CHEE. See 
MARIONETTES. 



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CHEFS-D'OEUVRE DE GUSTAVE FLAUBERT. 
See 
THEATRE. 

THE CHERRY ORCHARD, by Anton Chekhov; 
adapted Into a one-act play by J . I. 
Rodale; original translation by 
George Calderon. Emmaus, Pa., J. I. 
Rodale. 50 p. © J. I. Rodale; 
Uul70; DP7481. 

THE CHERRY PIT, a musical; book by Don 
Price & Allan 'Rieser, lyrics by Allan 
Rieser, music by Richard A. De Mone; 
based on a story by Don Price. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Don Price & Allan Rieser; 150ct70; 
DU78l8l. 

THE CHERUB, by Michael McClure. Limited 
ed. Los Angeles, Black Sparrow Press. 
1 v. © Michael McClure; 24Apr70; 
DP7421 . 

CHERUBIM 27 SAVES THE DAY, a Christmas 
play in one act dramatized by Ruth 
Perry from the story by Bob Sherrill. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 53 p. 
© Dramatic Pub. Co.; 70ct70; DP7463- 

LE CHEVAL NOIR, by John Francis Quinn. 
15 1. A play in 4 scenes. English. 
© John Francis Quinn; 210ct70; 
DU78424 . 

CHEZ L'ANTTQUAIRE. See 
RIONS ENCORE. 

CHEZ LE COIFFEUR. See 
RIONS ENCORE. 

CHEZ LE NOTAIRE. See 
RIONS . 



THE CHICAGO RIOTS -- 
See 
FIRING LINE. 133. 



THE WALKER REPORT. 



THE CHICHARRA, an original screenplay by 
Ralph C. Bluemke & John Garces (Augus- 
to J. Garces) 1 v. © Augusto J. 
Garces & Ralph C. Bluemke; 23Nov70; 
DU78587. 

CHICKEN LITTLE'S ASS IS FALLING, by 
Gloria Gonzalez. 29 1. A play. 
© Gloria Gonzalez; 25Nov70; DU78707. 

CHICLE, by Jose Luis Leiva. 1 v. 

A play in 3 acts. © Jose Luis Leiva 
Segura; 230ct70; DU78444. 

CHILD OF THE NORTH; poem by Ruth 
Copeland. Sheet. © Gold Forever 
Music, Inc.; 2Dec70; C24248. 

CHILDREN! CHILDREN! A play by Jack 
Horrigan (John V. Horrigan) 1 v. 
Two acts . © Jack Horrigan; l8Nov70; 
DU78611. 

CHILDREN OF THE SUN, a poetic-drama in 
two acts for reader's theatre by 
J. A. Christensen. 4l 1. © J. A. 
Christensen; 31Aug70; DU78159. 

THE CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PLAY; for 
narrator, actors, piano, percussion 
instruments & reed horns; play by 
Clive Robbins, music & harmonization 
of carols- by Paul Nordoff . Bryn 
Mawr, Pa., T. Presser. 32 p. 
Appl. states copyright not claimed in 
traditional carol melodies but in 
settings of same. Appl. states 
Christmas bells prev. pub. & prev. 
reg., EP239828. © Theodore Presser 
Co.; 4Aug70; DP7427. 

CHILDREN'S CLASSICS ON TAPE; edited by 
Ruth Lind. Scripts. © Ruth Lind. 
Collection 
4. © 2Sep70; C23798. 

5. NM: additions & revisions. 
© 15Sep70; C23856. 



CHILDREN'S PLAYS FROM FAVORITE STORIES; 
edited by Sylvia E. Kamerman. Boston, 
Plays. 583 p. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Plays, Inc.; 8Sep70; 
A179174 . 

CHIMAERA CHIMAERA (Tommy) By Paul 
Clark. 17 1. A play. © Paul W. 
Clark; 7Dec70; DU78717. 

CHOCALONIA, a modern fantasy; book & 
music by Glenn Houle. 1 v. © Glenn 
A. Houle; 8Sep70; DU77947 . 

THE CHOO CH0O TRAIN VS. THE RIGHTEOUS 
FAMILY, a trilogy by Mark 0. Lynch. 
Right; Wrong; Maybe. 1 v. © Mark 
Owen Lynch; 210ct70; DU78427. 

CHOOSING A CAREER, by Robert T. Lewis. 
14 1. © Educational Enterprises; 
30Dec70; C24379. 

CHOOSING & NARROWING A TOPIC. 1 v. 
(Research skills) Filmstrip script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; 28Sep70; C23926. 

CHRISTIAN COUNSELOR. See 
CHRISTIAN PROGRESS. 

THE CHRISTIAN COUNSELOR: FAMILY DISOR- 
GANIZATION, by W. R. Sinclair. 

7 1. © W. R. Sinclair; HJan71; 
C24359. 

CHRISTIAN CREEK, a film play by Dale 
White. 103 1. © Dale White; 10Dec70; 
DU78765. 

CHRISTIAN PROGRESS, by W. R. Sinclair. 

8 1. Script. (The Christian counsel- 
or, script no. 2) © W. R. Sinclair; 
27Nov70; C24242. 

CHRISTMAS BELLS. See 

THE CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PLAY. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL, a play based on 
Charles Dickens' classic story; 
adapted by Lynne Goldsmith. New York, 
Scholastic Book Services. 1 v. Four 
acts. © Scholastic Magazines, Inc.; 
15Nov70; A196437. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL, by Charles Dickens; 
adapted by Joseph M. Cohen. 2 v. 
A musical play in 3 acts. © Joseph 
M. Cohen; 23Nov70; DU78768. 

CHRISTMAS CAROL, by Sally Applegate 
(Sally A. Hinkle) & Eugene E. Boles; 
a musical play for children based 
on characters & events from A Christ- 
mas carol, by Charles Dickens. 1 v. 
Six scenes. © Sally Applegate & 
Eugene E. Boles; 31Dec70; DU78983. 

CHRISTMAS COLORS; words by Blanda Steig- 
ner. 2 1. © Blanda J. Steigner; 
19Nov70; C24169. 

CHRISTMAS IS LOVE, a Christmas musical 
in two acts; book & lyrics by Lorry 
Merrill, music by Frank R. Merrill. 
1 v. © Lorry Merrill & Frank R. 
Merrill; 30Dec70; DU78976. 

CHRISTMAS PLAY, by Mabel Thomas. 

(In A Light that shone, by Catharine 
Taussig Opie. p. 88-92) © Felicia 
Doughty Kingsbury; 2§Nov69; AI96196. 

A CHRISTMAS PRIMER; prepared for oral 
delivery by J . S. Sampson (Joanna F. 
Sampson) 3 1. © J. S. Sampson; 
29Dec70; C24376. 

CHRISTMAS TOGETHER; pts.1-2 by Gerald 
Tervalon a.k.a. Marc Antony. 2 1. 
Monolog. © Don Music Co.; 20Nov70; 
C24171. 



THE CHRISTMAS TURKEY, by Ed Wode (Edward 
Earl Wode) 1 v. A play in 1 act. 
© Edward Earl Wode; l4Dec70; DU78859. 

A CHRISTMAS WISH, by Elizabeth Creson 
Sisco. 5 1. A play. © Elizabeth 
Sisco; 12Nov70; DU78564 . 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, a dramatic fairy- 
tale in three scenes by Michel de 
Ghelderode; translated by Dolly 
Beechman. 27 1. © Dolly Beechman; 
200ct70; DU78422. 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. See 
TWO PLAYS BY CHARLES BERTIN. 

CHRONIQUE DE LA VIE ET DE LA MORT 
D'HITLER. See 
HITLER. 

CHR0N0CRAT; or, A New Year's Day dream. 
An intellectual drama for very simple 
souls by William H. Kurzin. 150 1. 
© Inez Ader Kurzin; 13Aug70; DU78293 . 

THE CHURCH MILITANT, a dramatic satire 
on the secularization of the Church, 
by Dale Rott. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
39 P- Three scenes. Appl. states 
prev. reg. in Baptist leader, June- 
July issue, i960. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Dale Rott; 310ct67; 
DP7440. 

CINQ NOS MODERNES de Yukio Mishima; tra- 
duit du japonais par Georges Bonmar- 
chand; introd. de Donald Keene. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 168 p. (Du monde 
entier) © on translation; Editions 
Gallimard; 15May70; DFO-1757. 

CIRCLE IN THE SKY. See 
STORIES ABOUT SHAPES. 

THE CIRCUS OF CARNAL FANTASIES; excerpt 
from a full length play by Verna 
Tomasson. 9 1. © Verna Tomasson; 
6jul70; DU77602. 

CITY AND HOW IT GREW. See 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 

CITY OF ELEPHANTS . See 
AFRICAN FOLKTALES. 

CITY RHYTHM; writer-producer, Ailene S. 
Goodman. 9 1. Sounds script. 
© Spoken Arts, Inc. & Ailene S. Good- 
man; 6jul70; DU77608. 

CITY'S FULL OF THEM. See 
INFESTED . 

CLARA & MORRIS. See 
TWO FOR THE MONEY. 

CLASSIC THROUGH MODERN DRAMA, an intro- 
ductory anthology edited by Otto 
Reinert. Boston, Little, Brown. 
949 p. NM: preface, introd. & com- 
mentaries. © Little, Brown & Co., 
Inc.; Uul70; A165901. 

CLAY ALLISON, an original screenplay by 
Bob Ahola (Robert Joseph Ahola) 93 1. 
© Robert J. Ahola; 70ct70; DU78139- 

CLEAN-HEAD LANE, a musical play by Mar- 
tin J. O'Malley. 22 1-. Eleven 
scenes. Book & lyrics only. © Martin 
J. O'Malley; 24Sep70; DU78209. 

CLEMENCIA. See 

HEARTS AND FLOWERS. 

CLICK! A screenplay by Stanley Hart; 
adapted from his play. 116 1. 
© Stanley Hart; 90ct70; DUT83I9. 

CLICK. See 

FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE. 

CLICK, CLICK, CLICK, a one act play by 
James Bridges. 20 1. © Skyewiay 
Productions, Inc.; 6Aug70; DU77836. 



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THE CLINICAL USES OF THE FEMALE SEX 

HORMONES. 15 I- APP 1 - author: Wilson 
Research Foundation, Inc. © Wilson 
Research Foundation, Inc.; 2Sep70; 
C25797. 

THE CLOCK THAT WENT ME-OW, a play with 
music for children, book & lyrics by 
Betty Marrapodl (Isabel H. Marrapodi), 
music by Frank J. Marrapodi. 28 1. 
Book 8c lyrics only. © Isabel 
H. Marrapodi; 3Aug70; DU77805 . 

CLOSE-UP, a collection of short plays 
selected & edited by Sylvia Z. 
Brodkin & Elizabeth J. Pearson. 
282 p. NM: introd., teaching aids, 
question material & illus. © Globe 
Book Co., Inc.; 17Jul70; AI68259. 

THE CLOUD OF DUST, by Jonathan Gillman. 
8j 1. A musical play in 15 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Jonathan Gill- 
man; 3Aug70; DU77735- 

THE CLOWN FACTORY, a drama in eight 
scenes with music by Ronald Towe. 
1 v. © Ronald Towe; l6Nov70; DU7885O. 

CLUSTERS: SCR. 7 1- Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24117. 

CLUSTERS: SPR. 6 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & Man- 
ufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24023. 

CLUSTERS: STR. 6 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & Man- 
ufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 024024. 

CLUSTERS: THR. 7 1- Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24118. 

COBRAS, MOCCASINS, AND MEDICINE, by 
K. M. Mann. 2 1. Script. © K. M. 
Mann; 13Jul70; C23582. 

COCOON, an original story and screenplay 
by McCrea Imbrie & Ira Stitz. 105 1. 
© Ira Stitz & McCrea Imbrie; 12Nov70; 
DU78404 . 

COFFEE WITH MILK.. See 
CAFE CON LECHE. 

COLD FEAR; original story and screenplay 
by Chris Fellner (Christopher Allyn 
Fellner) 202 1. © Chris Fellner; 
7Aug70; DU77857- 

THE COLD SUN, an original screenplay by 
Jack Godler. 113 1- © Jaclc A - God " 
ler; 290ct70; DU78483. 

COLLAR FOR PATRICK. See 
PRIMARY GRADE ECONOMICS. 

COLLECTED PLAYS, .by Mac Reilley. 1st 
ed . New York, Vantage Press. 209 p. 
© Mac Reilley; l8May70; AI70223 . 

COLLECTED PLAYS. Vol.2, by Grace 
Cavalieri (Grace Cavalierl Flynn) 
1 v. Contents: Old favorites. — The 
eleventh hour song. --Heads . © Grace 
Cavalieri Flynn; 4Dec70; DU78786. 

COLOR HIM GUNFIGHTER, an original West- 
ern screenplay by David Markson. 
126 1. © David Markson; 24Sep70; 
DU78057 . 

COLORING BOOK; book by Richard A. Steel 
I Emile A. Birch; music by Lawrence 
Hurwit; lyrics by Susan Witty. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
Ivrics only. © Richard Steel, Emile 
Bircn & Susan Witty; 5Nov70; DU78408. 



COME OUT, COME OUT, WHEREVER YOU ARE! 
A play in three acts by Larry A. Reed. 
1 v. © Larry Allen Reed; l6Hov70; 
DU78628. 

COMEDIA ORIGINAL ON UN SOLO ACTO, by 
Christina Tomlinson. 10 1. 
© Christina Tomlinson (Mrs. Harry J. 
Tomlinson); 140c t70; DU7837O. 

COMETS. 7 1. Recording script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manufactur- 
ing Co © Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co.; 9Nov70; C24082. 

COMFORT AND JOY, a play by Richard J. 
Goldberg. 116 1. Three acts. 
©Richard J. Goldberg; l6Dec70; 
DU78903. 

THE COMICAL TRAGEDY OR TRAGICAL COMEDY 
OF PUNCH AND JUDY, a play with music 
in six scenes and several interludes 
by Aurand Harris. Anchorage, Ky., 
Anchorage Press. 47 p. Book & lyrics 
only. © Anchorage Press, Inc.; 
27Jul70; DP7391- 

COMING, a musical; book by E. 0. Hem- 
merdinger. 1 v. Two acts. Book 
only. © Elizabeth G. Hemmerdinger; 
l4Dec70; DU7876I. 

COMING THROUGH, by Sylvia Bandyke. 
11 1. A play. © Sylvia Bandyke; 
lSep70; DU78012. 

COMMITMENT: A CHRISTIAN SCIENCE APPROACH, 
a Christian Science lecture by Roy J. 
Linnig. 28 1. Appl. author: Christ- 
ian Science Board of Directors, em- 
ployer for hire. Appl. ti.: A lecture 
on Christian Science. © Christian 
Science Board of Directors; 9Nov70; 
C 24289. 

THE COMMITTEE OF 100. 11 1. Tape 

script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
28Sep70; C23908. 

COMMUNE (A tale of two nations) An 
original screenplay by L. H. Suyama. 
76 1. Three acts. © Lance H. Suyama; 
21Dec70; DU789I5. 

COMMUNICATIONS. See 

ECHOES FROM ANOTHER ROOM. 

THE COMMUNIST WHO WOULD BE KING, by 
J. Douglas Halford & Lydia M. Maupin. 
1 v. © J. Douglas Halford & Lydia M. 
Maupin; 23Jun70; C23556 . 

COMMUNITY LIFE-LINE. 4 1. Radio 

script. Appl. author: Community Life- 
Line, Inc. © Community Life-Line, 
Inc.; 20ct70; C23892. 

COMO HABLAR EL INGLES BASICO, by 

William H. Mecham. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 28Aug70, C23787 • NM: 
revisions & additions. © William H. 
Mecham; 120ct70; C23945- 

COMPANY COOKBOOK. See 

FABULOUS PARTY MAIN DISHES. 

COMPLETELY EXPOSED, by Lenny Bruce. 
Sheet. Monolog. © Douglas Music 
Corp.; 5Aug70; C23682. 
COMPROMISE. 7 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24036. 

CONCENTRIC CIRCLES, a play in one act 
by Benjamin Bradford. Houston, 
Edgemoor Pub. Co. 42 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 25Nov68, DU72980. © Ben- 
jamin Bradford; 150ct70; DP7500. 



CONCEPT OF ZERO AND ONE. 5 1- Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Mlnne. 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © HI: 
sota Mining 8= Manufacturing Co.; 
9Nov70; C24034. 

CONCEPTION, by Jane Dunlap 8- Nancy Wynn 
(Nancy Wynn Zucchero) 86 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Jane Dunlap & Nancy Wynn 
Zucchero; 15Sep70; DU78134. 

CONCEPTION, DIRECTION, PROJECTION: SAN 
LUIS TOURIST COMPLEX CENTER; feasibil- 
ity report by John M. Myers. 6 1. 
© John M. Myers; l40ct70; C23871. 

CONCERT AT SAINT OVIDE. See 

THE MODERN SPANISH STAGE: FOUR PLAYS. 

CONCRETE HABITAT. See 
ENVIRONMENT OF MAN. 

CONDEMNED SQUAD. See 

THE MODERN SPANISH STAGE: FOUR PLAYS. 

A CONFEDERATE SOLDIER'S VIEW. 7 1- 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining 4 Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining 8: Manufacturing Co.: 
9Nov70; C24013. 

CONFESSIONAL, by Tennessee Williams 
(Thomas Lanier Williams) Two scenes. 
(In Dragon country. Hew York, New Di- 
rections Pub. Corp. p. 153-196) 
© Tennessee Williams; 30Mar70; DP7415. 

CONFESSIONS OF ST. AUGUSTINE. See 
AUGUSTINE . 

CONFRONTATION, a play with music by Mur- 
ray H. Kiok. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Murray H. Kiok; 7Dec70; DU78846. 

CONNECTICUT LIGHTS, & THE WIRECUTTERS 
by Marshall Yaeger. 1 v. Two plays. 
© Marshall Yaeger; 27Nov70; DU78721. 

CONRAD MARCA-RELLI, ARTISTS. See 
ARTISTS AT WORK. 

THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY AND THE GOP. 
See 
FIRING LINE. I58. 

CONSERVATIVE VS. PROGRESSIVE 
REPUBLICANISM. See 
FIRING LINE. 172. 

CONSTRUCTIVE USE OF LEISURE, by Ruth R. 
Middleman. 1 v. Lectures. Appl. 
ti.: Constructive use of client 
leisure time. © Ruth R. Middleman; 
24Aug70; C23859. 

CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICAN CLASSICS. 
See 
MEN AND ANGELS. 

THE CONTEST, a comedy in one act by 
Bernard Diamond. 38 1. © Bernard 
Diamond; 70ct70; DU78308. 

THE CONTINUING REVOLUTION, a Christian 
Science lecture by Harold Rogers. 
26 1. Appl. author: Christian Science 
Board of Directors, employer for hire. 
Appl. ti.: A lecture on Christian Sci- 
ence. © Christian Science Board of 
Directors; 9Nov70; C24284. 

CONTINUITY, a three act play by Samuel 
Barsh. 102 1. © Samuel Barsh; 
12Aug70; DU77893. 

THE CONTINUITY OF GOOD, a Christian 
Science lecture by Nathaniel Ridgway 
White. 38 1. Appl. author: Christian 
Science Board of Directors, employer 
for hire. Appl. ti.: A lecture on 
Christian Science. © Christian Science 
Board of Directors; 9Nov70; C24283. 



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THE CONTRACT; motion picture script "by 
Albert N. Rania. 1 v. © Albert N. 
Rania; l6Dec70; DU78837. 

CONTRIBUTIONS; three one-act plays by 
Ted Shine. Dramatists Play Service. 
66 p. Contents: Plantation. — Shoes. 
— Contribution. © Ted Shine; 27Aug70; 
DP7425. 

THE CONTROLLED AIRPORT, PT.1-7. See 
LET'S FLY WITH BOB BOURGEAULT. Tape 
no. 4. 

CONTROLLING THE THYROTOXIC PATIENT, 
by K. M. Mann. 8 1. Recording 
script. © K. M. Mann; 6Aug70; C23719- 

THE CONVENTION AT CHICAGO, by Stanley 
Laurel & Oliver Norvell Hardy. 3 1. 
Dialog. © Douglas Music Corp.; 
7Aug70; C23688. 

CONVERSION OF B. P. See 
THE EXTREMIST. 

CONVERSION OF WESTMAN ROCHESTER KODIAK. 

S6B 

UP STRAWBERRY CANYON. 

COOCOOSHAY, by Robert Auletta. 1 v. A 
play in two acts. © Robert Auletta; 
290ct70; DU78481. 

C00KAHEAD COOKBOOK. See 

FABULOUS PARTY MAIN DISHES. 

COOL WHIP COMMERCIAL; script; writer, 
Craig Bek. 3 1. Appl. ti.: Televi- 
sion commercial script for Birds Eye 
Cool Whip. © Craig C. Bek; lSep70; 
C23747 . 

COPPERFIELD '70, by George Curry. New 
York, Ballantine Books (01876-1) 
210 p. NM: additions. © George 
Curry; 30Mar70; AI68365 . 

CORDELIA IN NIMBUS. See 
HIGH ROAD TO ARALU. 

CORNELL AND THE CONFLICT OF THE 
GENERATIONS. See 
FIRING LINE. 149. 

A CORNER TO GROW IN; writer, Ailene S. 
Goodman. 5 1. (Listening skills 
special) A play. Appl. authors: 
Spoken Arts, Inc. & Ailene S. Goodman. 
© Spoken Arts, Inc. & Ailene S. 
Goodman; HAug70; DU77879. 

THE CORPS, an original screenplay by 
Bill Kerby (William C. Kerby); from a 
story by James Frawley. 1st draft. 
128 1. Appl. author: Peanut Butter 
Productions, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Peanut Butter Productions, Inc.; 
27Nov70; DU78724. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED BLESSED GODFRE, Aug. 14 , 
1967; Shasta Springs, Calif. 10 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 20Jul70; C23596. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY, June 27, 1967; Chi- 
cago, 111. 14 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Saint Germain Press, 
Inc. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
20Jul70; C23601. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS THE CHRIST, 
June. 26, 1967; Chicago, 111. 12 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 20Jul70; C23602. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER SAINT GERMAIN, 
June 25, 1967; Chicago, 111. 13 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 20Jul70; C23603 . 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER SAINT GERMAIN, 
Aug. 13, 1967; Shasta Springs, Calif. 
13 1. Recording script. Appl. au- 
thor: Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 20Jul70; 
C23597. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY SANAT KUMARA, 
Apr. 14, 1950, Chicago, 111. 9 1- 
Recording script. Appl. author: Saint 
Germain Press, Inc. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 20Jul70; C23605 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED I ICTATION 
BY BELOVED RAY-O-LIGHT, Apr. 15, 1950; 
Chicago, 111. 11 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20Jul70; C23604. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SANAT KUMARA, June 28, 
1967; Chicago, 111. 13 I- Recording 
script. Appl. author: Saint Germain 
Press, Inc. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20JU170; C236O0. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED BELOVED MIGHTY CYCLOPEA, 
July 1, 1967; Chicago, 111. 10 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 20Jul70; C23598. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED MASTER LANTO, 
June 30, 1967; Chicago, 111. 11 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 20Jul70; C23599. 

CORRUPTION OF CAROLA CUNNIBEST. See 
UP STRAWBERRY CANYON. 

CORTEGE, a tragedy in one act by Steven 
H. Glaeser. 9 1. © Steven H. 
Glaeser; 9Jul70; DU77622. 

THE COUCH, a comedy in two acts by Wil- 
liam Frazier, pseud, of William 0. 
Douglas. 90 1. © William Frazier; 
21Dec70; DU78927. 

THE COUNT FROM FIRE ISLAND, a passion 
& musical horror; book, music & lyrics 
by Ross Longo; based on the book 
Dracula, by Bram Stoker. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Ross Longo; S83ep70; DP7460. 

THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO, by Dorothy M. 
Mackin. 49 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Based on the story by Alexander Dumas . 
© Dorothy M. Mackin; 2Sep70; DU78025. 

COUNTERPOINT, by David Roszkowski. 
11 1. A play. © David Roszkowski; 
27JU170; DU77759- 

COUNTERPOINT REBEL; or, And then there 
were none. By Kenneth Loring, pseud, 
of Kenneth W. Wenning. 13 8 1. A 
screenplay. © Ken Loring; l4Dec70; 
DU78762. 

COUNTING, by Selma Greenberg & Anita 
Gurian. 21 1. Recording script. 
© Classroom Materials Co.; 27Jul70; 
C 23 647. 

COUNTING SHEEP, the log and the complete 
play Sheep on the runway, by Art 
Buchwald. New York, Putnam. 219 p. 
Two acts. NM: additional text, the 
log. © Art Buchwald; l6Nov70; 
A195395- 

COUNTRY CLUB. See 

US GOLFERS CURSE YOU, WIDOW KDMSOCK. 

THE COUNTRY DOCTOR, by Laura Kuddes, 
adapted from the short story by Kafka. 
15 1. Five scenes. Book & lyrics 
only. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Laura Kuddes; l4Aug70; DU77812. 



COUNTRY FAIR; unison & two-part operetta 
in one act by Dorothy R. Ferry. 35 1. 
© Dorothy R. Ferry; 220ct70; DU7878I. 

THE COUNTRY WIFE, by William Wycherley; 
edited & with an introd . by Marvin T. 
Herrick. Woodbury, N.Y. , Barron's 
Educational Series. 87 p. Five acts. 
NM: introd. & footnotes. © Barron's 
Educational Series, Inc.; 50ct70; 
AI83303. 

COUP! A motion picture script by Lewis 
Hess. 158 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2Jul69, DU74712. NM: revisions. 
© Lewis L. Hess, Jr.; 5Nov70; DU78531. 



COURAGE AND ROSE, an epic drama in one 
act by Eric Meredith Lord, pseud, of 
Robert Glenn Hafferkamp. 60 1. 
© Eric Meredith Lord; 17Nov70; 
DU78701. 

THE COURSE OF OUR TIMES, a series of 
television lectures by Abram L. 
Sachar. Chap. 14-26. 1 v. © Abram 
L. Sachar; 24Sep70; C23883. 

COURT, by Tom Eyen. 1 v. A play. 
© Tom Eyen; 4jan71; DU78943. 

COURTESAN. See 
3 BAWDY PIECES. 

THE COWARD, by Martin Beekman. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Martin A. Beekman; 
80ct70; DP7459. 

CRADLE OF EVIL, a motorcycle screenplay 
written by Linda Stockham. Final 
shooting script. 1 v. © Linda J. 
Stockham; 150ct70; DU78381. 

CRASH PARTY, by Jory Sherman. 9 1. 
A play. © Jory Sherman; 9Nov70; 
DU78553- 

CRAZY OLD GALILEO, by Donald D. Rogers & 
George H. Capper. 21 1. A play. 
© Donald D. Rogers & George H. 
Capper; 26Aug70; DU77978. 

CRAZY WORLD OF THE HUNT, a screenplay by 
Stephen Hlllard Swartz. 114 1. 
© Stephen Hillard Swartz; 21Dec70; 
DU78921. 

CREAMED CHIPPED BEEF, by Flip Wilson 
(Clerow Wilson) 4 1. Monolog. 
© Clerow Wilson; 17Nov70; C24264. 

CREVTION OF MAN. See 
ATRICAN FOLKTALES. 



CREAriVITY: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT, an 
address by J. P. Guilford. 1 v. 
© Creative Education Foundation, Inc.; 
150ul7O; C23588. 

CREAT1R. See 
INTL. 

CRIME PREVENTION EDUCATION DRAMA 
PROGRAM. See 
THEY NEVER TELL. 

A CRIKE WITHOUT A NAME, a new screenplay 
by Flahvine Ahrahstah & Paul Fleming. 
3 v. © Flahvine Ahrahstah & Paul 
Fleming; 9Nov70; DU78410. 

CRIMSON*; ZODIAC, by Leo Romany, pseud, of 
LeviS'H. Riley. 97 1. A screenplay. 
© Lewis H. Riley; 120ct70; DU78348. 

CRISP1S A1TUCKS, by Thomas Anderson, 
pseud, of John Hines. New York, New 
Dimensions Pub. Co. 6l p. Three 
acts. © Kew Dimensions Pub. Co., 
Inc.; UanfO; DP7407. 



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CRISSCROSS. See 

PICTURE; ANIMAL; CRISSCROSS. 

pun<:<; qvTTING 11 1. Recording script. 

CR Appl author: Audibank, solely owned 
nnpratine division of Duncan Audio 
visual inc. © Audibank, solely owned 
operating "division of Duncan Audio 
Visual, Inc.; 10Aug70; C23826. 

CROSSING; original screenplay by Raul 
da Silva. 1st draft, Sept. 27, 1970. 
Ill 1. © Raul da Silva; 30Sep7O; 
DU78243. 

CRY SANDINO, by Joe Sarno. 100 1. 
Screenplay. © Joe Sarno; 3Dec70; 
DU78774. 

CUBA SIS; BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME & 
LAST GASPS; three plays by Terrence 
McNally. Acting ed. Dramatists Play 
Service. 53 P- Appl. states prev. 
reg. & prev. pub. 1969. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Terrence McNally; 
50ct70; DP7452. 

CUFF AND THE CANNULA. See 
RESPIRATORY CARE SERIES. 

THE CULTURE OF THE LEFT. See 
FIRING LINE. 91. 

A CUP OF HOT CHOCOLATE, by Sylvia 
Bandyke. 5 1- A play. © Sylvia 
Bandyke; lSep70; DU78OIO. 

CURRENT EVENTS, a short play by Edmund 
Bardack. 20 1. One scene. © Edmund 
Bardack; 5Nov70; DU78522. 

CURSE FROM THE PAST. See 

ROSIE, THE BRIDE OF NOBLEHEART MANOR. 

CUT VELVET, an original screenplay by 
Arne Baskin & Al Rosenzweig (Albert 
Rosenzweig) 136 1. © Arne Baskin Sc 
Al Rosenzweig; 20Jul70 ; DU77701. 



D 



THE DAINTY LADIES, by Clara B. Porter & 
Jo Ann Bruno. 3 1 * 1. A play. From an 
original story by Mrs. Porter. 
© Clara B. Porter & Jo Ann Bruno; 
20Jul70; DU77640. 

DAISY'S BALL, a play in two scenes by 
Ruth Putnam Kimball; adapted from 
Louisa May Alcott's Little men. Bos- 
ton, Baker's Plays. 16 p. (Baker's 
plays for amateurs) Appl. author: 
Walter H. Baker Co., employer for 
hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 26jun7»; 
DP74l8. 

DALL'ODIO L'AMORE; dramma in quattro 
atti di Giovanni Checchia (John 
Checchia) 32 1*. © John Checchia; 
28Aug70; DU77998. 

LES DAMES DU BOIS DE BOULOGNE, par \ 
Robert Bresson & Jean Cocteau. 7O5 1. 
A screenplay. © Robert M. Hammoid; 
21Sep70; DU78294. 

DAMN YOU, MARY TODD LINCOLN, a pliy in 
ten scenes by Jack Rags dale. 1 v. 
© Jack Ragsdale; 10Dec70; DU788j6 . 

DANCE OF DEATH. See 

STRINDBERG WITHOUT TEARS. 

DANIEL'S BIRTHDAY. See 
PRIMARY GRADE ECONOMICS. 

DARK IN THE BELLEAU WOOD, an original 
screenplay by H. S. Liu. 131 1. 
Appl. author: Jack W. Rosenaerg, 
employer for hire. © H. S. Liu; 
10Aug70; DU777t5. 



THE DARK ROOT OF A SCREAM, a Chicano 
play by Luis Miguel Valdez. 19 1- 
© Luis Miguel Valdez; 280ct70; 
DU78471. 

DARLING MAYOR, a musical comedy in two 
acts by Rollin R. Smith. 1 v. 
© Rollin Raimer Smith; 13Jul70; 
DU77665. 

DATA SYSTEMS NEWSTAPE. Scripts. 

Appl. author: United Business Publica- 
tions, Inc. © Media Horizons, Inc. 

v.l, no - 

17. Apr. 27, 1970. © lSep70; 

C23796. 

18. May 4, 1970. © lSep70; 
C23795- 

20. May 18, 1970. © l4Aug70; 

C23739- 

21. May 25, 1970. © l4Aug70; 
C23740. 

22. June 1, 1970. © l4Aug70; 
C23741 . 

23. June 8, 1970. © l4Aug70; 
C23743. 

24. June 15, 1970. © l4Aug70; 
C23744. 

25. June 22, 1970. © l4Aug70; 
C23745. 

26. June 29, 1970. © l4Aug70; 
C23742. 

THE DAVE DEBUSSCHERE DENDRUM, a play 
by Jay Littman. 6 1. © Jay Littman; 
8JU170; DU77617. 

DAVID HOLZMAN'S DIARY, a screenplay by 
L. M. Kit Carson; from a film by Jim 
McBride. New York, Farrar, Straus & 
Giroux. 125 p. Appl. states Intros 
prev. pub. 26Aug70, BB37646. 
© L. M. Kit Carson & James McBride; 
190ct70; DP7455. 

DAVID'S BIRTHDAY; unison operetta in 
one act for grades 1 & 2 by Dorothy 
R. Ferry. 1 v. © Dorothy R. Ferry; 
220ct70; DU78453. 

DAWN, by Peter Muller. 70 1. Screen- 
play. © Peter Muller; 70ct70; 
DU78333. 

DAWNING OF AQUARIUS. See 
THE TROUBLE AT ' BRIENS ' . 

THE DAY COLUMBUS SAILED, by George 
Dear. Acting script. 104 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © George Dear; 
I6jul70; DU77906. 

THE DAY I SOLD A PINT OF MY BLOOD. 

Pt.l, by Johnny Cavallo (John Cavallo) 
11 1. Monolog. © John Cavallo; 
HSep70; C23860. 

THE DAY NEW YORK TURNED ON; screenplay 
by Bunker Jenkins (Willard M. Jenkins, 
Jr.) 60 1. © Willard M. Jenkins, 
Jr.; I60ct70; DU78385. 

A DAY WITH VIC AND SADE, a play in six 
acts by Paul Rhymer. 110 1. 
© Mrs. Paul M. Rhymer & Paul Parke 
Rhymer; 9Nov70; DU7844g. 

THE DAYS OF SUMMERS PASSED, by Kenneth 
Suskin. 1 v. Tape script. © Keith 
L. Satter & John J. Thornton; 
l8May70; C23594. 

DAY'S OUTING. Sheet. Script. Appl. 
author: Quality Bakers of America Co- 
operative, Inc. © Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative, Inc.; 4Dec70; 
C24296. 

DEADWOOD'S HISTORIC MINER'S COURT: TRIAL 
OF JACK MCCALL, by Nell Perrigoue & 
Mary Ann Wood . 3-4 1 . A play in 
1 act. © Nell Perrigoue & Mary Ann 
Wood; l8Dec70; DU789OO. 



DEAF VOICES; written by Tabby Tuckerman 
(Hannah Tabitha Tuckerman) with Marcy 
Barrack, pseud, of Marcie Barak, Dot- 
tie Vogel & Gil Weiner. 17 1. 
A play. © Tabby Tuckerman, Marcie 
Barak & Gil Weiner; 22Sep70; DU78204. 

DEALING WITH DISSENT, by Roy W. 

Menninger. 7 1. © Roy "• Menninger; 
28Dec70; C24362. 

DEATH IN LATIHAN, a mystery in three 
acts by Allen B. Martin. 1 v. 
© Allen B. Martin; 22Jul70; DU77832. 

DEATH LIST, by Ed Bullins . 17 1. 
A play. © Ed Bullins; 20Jul70; 
DU77702 . 

DEATH OF A DREAM, a play in one act by 
Mark Joseph Dunau. 12 1. © Mark 
Joseph Dunau; 210ct70; DU78428. 

THE DEATH OF MALCOLM X, by LeRoi 

Jones. (In New plays from the black 
theatre. New York, Bantam Books, 
p. 1-20) © LeRoi Jones; 3Nov69; 
DP7441. 

THE DEATH OF SOUND; or, Saturation. By 
Dana D. Craig. 33 1- A play. © Dana 
Craig; 230ct70; DU78443. 

DEATH WATCH. See 

THE BROKEN CLOCK, & THE DEATH WATCH. 

DEBT OF THE MOMENT, a play in 2 acts by 
Jerry D. Burling. 91 1. © Jerry 
Douglas Burling; 8Sep70; DU78070. 

IL DECAMERON; soggetto cinematografico 
di Pier Paolo Pasolini. 321 1. 
© P.E.A. = Produzionni Associate 
Europee; 13Jul70; DU77953- 

THE DECLINE OF ANTI- COMMUNISM. See 
FIRING LINE. 160. 

THE DECLINE OF CHRISTIANITY. See 
FIRING LINE. 153. 

DEELISHUS, a comedy by Mo Schneider 
(Maurice Schneider) 1 v. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1969* NM: 
revisions & additions. © Maurice 
Schneider; 30Nov70; DU78732. 

DEER STORY, a play in three acts by 

Thomas Grubbs. 1 v. © Thomas Grubbs; 
24Aug70; DU77965. 

DEFINITIONS: DYING THROUGH DEATH, by 
Rod Wolford (Rodney Dean Wolford) 
12 1. A play. © Rodney Dean Wolford; 
260c t70; DU78458. 

DEIRDRE, a legend in three acts by 

George W. Russell (A. E.); introd. by 
Herbert V. Fackler; William J. Feeney, 
editor. Chicago, De Paul University. 
34 p. (Irish drama series, vol.4) 
Appl. states prev. pub. abroad 1901. 
NM: introd., bibliography, notes & re- 
vision. © De Paul University; 
30JU170; A173586. 

DELIVERANCE OF LILU; or, The magic bul- 
let. A play for children in two acts 
by N. Irgizov, pseud, of Eugene P. 
Sokowski. 1 v. Appl. author: Eugene 
P. Sokowski, employer for hire of Nina 
Alix Dinell, translator. NM: transla- 
tion from Russian. © Eugene P. Sokow- 
ski; 24Sep70; DU78056. 



DELIVERANCE OF LILU. 
OSVOBOZHDENIE LILU. 



See 



DEMETER; romantic opera in three acts. 
Act 3, by James A. Cross. 1 v. Appl. 
states part of music prev. reg. as 
Hymn to Demeter & Hymn to Hermes, 
27Mar68, EU44506 & EU44502. © James 
A. Cross; 4Nov70; DU78867. 



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123 



DEMETER; romantic opera in three acts; 
libretto & music by James A. Cross. 
315 1. Act 1-2 only. Vocal score. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 27Mar68, 
EU44506, & others. © James A. Cross; 
17Aug70; DU77923- 

DENISON OPERETTAS. See 
THE ENCHANTED FOREST. 

DENWICK'S WAR, by Sam Anderson; based 
on an idea by Luke Musselman & Sol 
Scoppa. 77 1- A screenplay. 
© Sam Anderson; 4Nov70; DU70665. 

THE DESCENDANT, by Josef Sedelmaier. 
1 v. A screenplay. © Josef Sedel- 
maier; 9JU170; DU77621. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE PERMACAT TECHNIQUE, 
by Charles F. Rubenstein. 1 v. 
© Charles F. Rubenstein; 30Nov70; 
C 24 247 . 

DESIDERATA, a play of longing & desire 
by Neal E. Lebow. 53 1. Three acts. 
© Neal E. Lebow; lSep70; DU78OI3 . 

DESIGN AND DE-DESIGN; edited transcript 
of keynote address by S. P. R. 
Charter. 17 1. © S. P. R. Charter; 
21Jul70; C23615. 

DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR ANIMAL FAT 
SYSTEMS IN FEED MILLS, by W. B. 
Briggs . 13 1 . Appl . author : T . E . 
Stivers Organization, employer for 
hire. Appl. states prev. reg. 6jul70, 
C23555. NM: additions & revisions. 
© T. E. Stivers Organization, Inc.; 
HAug70; C23725. 

DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR ANIMAL FAT 
SYSTEMS IN FEED MILLS, by W. B. 
Briggs. 12 1. Appl. author: T. E. 
Stivers Organization, IncL , employer 
for hire. © T. E. Stiver^ Organiza- 
tion, Inc.; 6jul70; C23555 . 

DETAILS, DETAILS, an original comedy by 
Joan Rivers, Lester Colodny & Edgar 
Rosenberg. 256 1. Three acts. 
© Joan Rivers, Edgar Rosenberg & 
Lester Colodny; 10ct70; DU78127. 

DETECTIVE WITH A, B WORDS. 9 1- 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24106. 

DETECTIVE WITH C WORDS. 9 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
9Nov70; C24093. 

DETECTIVE WITH D, E, WORDS. 10 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24094. 

DETECTIVE WITH F, G, H, I WORDS. 9 1- 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24107. 

DETECTIVE WITH J, L, M, WORDS. 10 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24095. 

DETECTIVE WITH P, R WORDS. 10 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24108. 

DETECTIVE WITH S WORDS. 9 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 
C24109. 



DETECTIVE WITH T, U, V WORDS. 11 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24110. 

DEVELOPING EMOTIONAL MATURITY, by Robert 
T. Lewis. 14 1. © Educational Enter- 
prises; 30Dec70; C24380. 

THE DEVELOPMENT OF A TV COMMERCIAL. 
2 sheets. Lecture. Appl. author: 
Jack Byrne Advertising, Inc. © Jack 
Byrne Advertising, Inc.; 31Jul70; 

C 23 667. 

DEVELOPMENT OF CREATIVITY -- STATE OF 
THE ART, by Sidney J. Parnes. 13 1. 
© Creative Education Foundation, Inc.; 
16JU170; C23592. 

THE DEVIL CATCHERS, a philosophic 
prophesy by Ed Bullins . 72 1. A 
play. © Ed Bullins; l8Dec70; DU78898. 

DEVILS OF LOUDUN. See 
DIE TEUFEL VON LOUDUN. 

DEVINE EQUATION, a screenplay by Adam 
Crane, pseud, of Richard Carleton 
Crane. 138 1. © Richard Carleton 
Crane; 5Jan71; DU78940. 

DIAGNOSING GIANT CELL ARTERITIS, by 
K. M. Mann. 6 1. Recording script. 
© K. M. Mann; 6Aug70; C23718. 

A DIALECTIC DIALOGUE IN DOUBLE TIME: 
FROM THE BODY TO THE MIND AND BACK 
AGAIN, by Barry Litvack. 23 1. 
A play. © Barry Litvack; 30Jul70; 
DU77788. 

DIALOGHI DELLA NUOVA FRONTIERA, di Luigi 
Preti. [Italia] A. Mondadori. 171 p. 
Nove quadri. © Arnoldo Mondadori, 
Editore; 30Mar70; AFO-62899. 

DIAMOND JIM, a musical play in two acts; 
book, lyrics & music by Edward Mack. 
2 v. © Edward Mack; 30Nov70; DU78744. 

A DIARY IN TOPAZ, by Kenneth Lillquist. 
28 1. © Kenneth Lillquist; 19Aug70; 
C2J768. 

DIARY OF A SAD MAN, a play by Gary 

Callaghan. 1 v. A play in 4 scenes. 
© Gary Callaghan; 120ct70; DU78353. 

DIARY OF CECILE, by Rafael Pont Marchese 
& C. A. Chavier Stevenson. 130 1. 
Screenplay. © Rafael E. Pont «- C. A. 
Chavier Stevenson; 220ct70; DU78435. 

THE DICTATORS, a five act play by Robert 
Hugh Lee. 27 1. © Robert Hugh Lee; 
16JU170; DU77678. 

DICTIONARY SKILLS: DEFINITION. 6 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24124. 

DICTIONARY SKILLS: LOCATION. 8 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24123. 

DICTIONARY SKILLS: SPELLING, KEY. 13 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24032. 

THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. 4 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 
C24074. 



DIGITALIS: CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS, by 
K. M. Mann. 14 1. Dialog. © K. M. 
' Mann; 24Jul70; C23848. 

DIGRAPH "C H": LOCATION. 6 1. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
9Nov70; C24025. 

DIGRAPH CH: RECOGNITION. 6 1. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
9Nov70; C24119. 

DIGRAPH SH: LOCATION. 7 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
9NOV70; C24027. 

DIGRAPH SH: RECOGNITION. 6 1. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
9Nov70; C24026. 

DIGRAPH TH (VOICELESS): LOCATION. 

7 .1. Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining Sc Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24019. 

DIGRAPH TH (VOICELESS): RECOGNITION. 
6 1. Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co, 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24018. 

DIME AFTER DIME, a new comedy farce in 
two acts by Tom Bernagozzi (Thomas 
Bernagozzi) 1 v. © Thomas Berna- 
gozzi; 9Jul70; DU77618. 

DIME BOX, an original screenplay by Ed- 
win Shrake. 134 1. © Edwin Shrake; 
l6Dec70; DU78880. 

DIONYSUS IN 69, by The Performance 
Group; edited by Richard Schechnerj 
designed by Franklin Adams; photos, 
by Frederick Eberstadt, with addition- 
al photos . by Raeanne Rubenstein, & 
two folio of photos, by Max Waldman. 
New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 
1 v. Appl. authors: Wooster Group, 
Inc., employer for hire (A171241); 
Max Waldman (A171242); Farrar, Straus 
& Giroux, Inc., employer for hire 
(A171240) © on improvisations in 
text; editorial commentary; Wooster 
Group, Inc.; 19Jun70; A171241. 
© on 16 new photos . by Max Waldman; 
Max Waldman; 19Jun70; A171242. 
© on photos . by Frederick Eberstadt 
& Raeanne Rubenstein; Farrar, Straus 
& Giroux, Inc.; 19Jun70; A171240. 

DIONYSUS WANTS YOU, by Richmond Crink- 
ley; an adaptation of Euripides' The 
bacchae, from a new translation by 
Anthony Holden. 68 1. A play. 
© Richmond D. Crinkley & Anthony I. 
Holden; 300ct70; DU78364. 

DIPLOMAT, by Pamela Anne Artinger. 

Episode 1-3: Odd fellow out; The sink- 
ing ship; Roman decoy. 3 v. Three 
television plays. © Pamela tone 
Artinger; 4Nov70; DU78748, 78746- 
78747 • 

DIRECTED NUMBERS: ADDITION. 5 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining 8c Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24098. 

DIRECTED NUMBERS: DIVISION. 4 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24129- 



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DIRECTED NUMBERS: MULTIPLICATION. 4 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co. ; 9Nov70; C24128. 

DIRECTED NUMBERS: OPERATIONS. 4 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.. 
9Nov70; C24040. 

DIRECTED NUMBERS: SUBTRACTION. 5 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining 8c Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; 021127. 

A DIRGE OF DRUGS, by C. Wilson Kniseley, 
Jr. 27 1. A play in 5 scenes. 
© C. Wilson Kniseley, Jr.; 16Dec70; 
DU78881 . 

DIRTY TOILET, by Lenny Bruce. 2 1. 
Monolog. © Douglas Music Com.; 
5Aug70; C23681. 

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF UBELL, a one act 
play by Philip Magdalany. 26 1. 
© Philip Magdalany; l40ct70; DU78365. 

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF UBELL, a play by 
Philip Magdalany. 1 v. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. NM: addi- 
tions. © Philip Magdalany; 5Nov70; 
DU78591- 

DISCOURSE, an unpublished play by James 
R. Souvestke. 13 1. © James R. 
Souvestke; 3Nov70; DU78613. 

DISCRIMINATION. See 
MYTHS WE LIVE WITH. 

DISCUSSION GUIDE TO BE USED WITH SLIDE 
SET A. 16 1. Appl. author: Family 
Planning, Inc. © Family Planning, 
Inc.; 24Jul70; 0239^9- 

THE DISINTEGRATION OF JAMES CHERRY, by 
Jeff Wanshel. Dramatists Play 
Service. 72 p. Two acts. © Jeff 
Wanshel; 23Jun70; DP7368. 

DISK OPERATING SYSTEM; instructors 
guide to daily lectures by Robert 
Deems Jader. 23 1. © Robert Deems 
Jader; 2'4Aug70; C23934 . 

THE DISRUPTERS, by Priscilla S. 

Randolph. 3 1. © Priscilla Stewart 
Randolph; 21Aug70; C23786. 

DISSENT AND SOCIETY. See 
FIRING LINE. 185. 

DISSENT TOPPLES AN EMPIRE. It 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24102. 

DITHYRAMB IN JEFFERSONPORT, a musical 
comedy in two acts by Elizabeth Auer 
with collaboration by John A. Buschi. 
15 1. Book & lyrics only. © Eliza- 
beth Auer; 12Jan70; DU78939- 

DO IT, a fantasy for the screen by John 
Coppola. 72 1. © John Coppola; 
19Aug70; DU77991- 

DO YOU WANT TO BE A COSSACK? By Ray 
Schlosser. 9 1. A play in 6 scenes. 
© Ray Schlosser; 13Jul70; DU77658. 

DOC OF CANNERY ROW, by Bruce Douglas 
Clayton. 65 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Based on the novel Cannery Row, by 
John Steinbeck. © Bruce Douglas 
Clayton; l4ju!70; DU77673. 



DOCTOR, DID YOU SAY HYSTERECTOMY? Story 
treatment, Vera E. Drose; screenplay, 
Susan Fantle. 8 1. © Queen City Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; 12Aug70; DU77890. 

DOCTOR DOOLITTLE AND HIS MANAGEMENT ZOO, 
by Neal Love (Cornelius R. Love III) 
14 1. Speech. © Cornelius R. 
Love III; l6Nov70; C24161. 

DOCTOR FAUSTUS. See 
THE WITCHES' HAMMER. 

DR. FEED, by Patricia Gleeson. 2 
sheets. Monolog. ©Patricia 
Gleeson; 10Nov70; C24140. 

DR. TURTLE'S BABIES, a series of tele- 
vision programs by William J. Turtle. 
Shows 1-17. 1 v. © William J. 
Turtle; 24Sep70; C23882. 

A DOG BIT ME, by Stanley Laurel & Oliver 
Norvell Hardy. 4 1. Dialog. © Doug- 
las Music Corp.; 7Aug70; C2369O. 

DOG OF FLANDERS. See 

FAVORITE CHILDREN'S BOOKS. 

DOGGIE IN THE BRIG, a play by William 
R. Craig. 86 1. Three acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 4Feb70, DU76275. 
NM: revision & additions. © William 
R. Craig; 6jul70; DU77593. 

DON ALVARO. See 

LA FORZA DEL DESTINO. 

DON JUAN, by Ronald Duncan. London, 
Faber & Faber. 87 p. Three acts. 
© Ronald Duncan; 2Sep54; DF2056. 

DON JUAN. See 

TWO PLAYS BY CHARLES BERTIN. 

DON SANDERS EXPOSES HIMSELF, a dramati- 
co-musical collection entirely 
written & composed by Don Sanders 
(Donald Joseph Sanders) 36 1. 
© Don Sanders; 12Nov70; DU78573. 

DONKEY RIDE. See 
TARRADIDDLE TALES. 

LA DONNA BELLE OF THE SOUTH; dramatico- 
musical composition written by Rose 
Lee H. Anderson. 25 1. © Rosa Lee 
H. Anderson; 8Sep70; DU78076. 

LA DONNA DEL LAGO, by Rossini; opera 
seria in two acts by Andrea Leone 
Tottola; libretto translation by 
Henry Wisneski. 14 p. Libretto. 
© on libretto translation; Henry 
Wisneski; 17Aug70; DP7467- 

THE DONOR; written by Aspi M. Irani. 
1 v. A play. © Aspi M. Irani; 
4NOV70; DU78590. 

DON'T CALL ME A YOU YOU, by Stanley 

Laurel & Oliver Norvell Hardy. Sheet. 
Dialog. © Douglas Music Corp.; 
7Aug70; C23692. 

DON'T EVER BE SATISFIED, by Gene Emmet 
Clark. 6 1. © Gene Emmet Clark; 
13JU170; C23585. 

DON'T LET IT GO TO YOUR HEAD, by J . E. 
Gaines. 1 v. A play in 3 acts i„,„ 
© James E. Gaines; 28Dec70; DU78964. 

DON'T SHOW ME YOURS, an original story 
& television screenplay by Dorothy 
Wayne, pseud, of Dorothy Wiener. 
72 1. © Dorothy Wayne; 290ct70; 
DU78476. 

DON'T TOUCH THE VIRGIN, a comedy by 
Henry C. Fanelli. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Henry C. Fanelli; 190ct70; DU78398. 



/.ALL; adapted by Elise 
play. a: ; -.!- the 

arguerite 
de Angel . -.usic. Appl. au- 
;: Claire Z. Miller, Sell 

erberl avidson, music, 
vibery Award Records, Inc.; 2 
DU78-. • 

DOUBLE CONTACT VOLTAGE REGULATOR. 
M-45A. 12 1. Filmstrip script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; 28Sep70; C23907. 

DOUBLE MINDS, a screenplay by Milton 

Ward. 108 1. © Milton Hood Ward; 
24Sep70; DU78P13- 

DOWN BEHIND I NG, an encounter in 
nine scenes by Vincent Willis 
€ Vincent William s; 2No ; 

DOWN BY THE STATION, by Lucille Hauser. 
16 1. A play. ® Lucille Hauser; 
13Jul70; DU77655- 

DOWN IS UP, UP IS DOWN, by Jory Sherman. 
10 1. A play. © Jory Sherman; 
l4Aug70; DU77910. 

THE DOWNWARD TREND OF THE UNITE: 

CAN BE CHANGED TO AN UPWARD TRENT, by 
Benjamin F. Taylor. 6 1. © Benjamin 
F. Taylor; 24Aug70; C23776. 

DRACULA. See 

THE COUNT FROM FIRE ISLAND. 

DRACULA. BABY, a musical comedy, music 
by Claire Strauch; lyrics by John 
Jakes; book by Bruce Ronald; based on 
the novel by Bram Stoker. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 48 p . Music & 
lyrics only. © John Jakes, Bruce 
Ronald A Claire Strauch; 210ct70; 
DP7445 . 

DRACULA, BABY, a musical comedy; music 
by Claire Strauch, lyrics by John 
Jakes, book by Bruce Ronald; based on 
the novel by Bram Stoker. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 104 p. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © John Jakes, 
Bruce Ronald ?• Claire Strauch; 
50ct70; DP7480. 

DRAGON COUNTRY, a book of plays by 
Tennessee Williams (Thomas Lanier 
Williams) New Directions. 278 p. 
NM: compilation. © Tennessee Wil- 
liams; 30Mar70; A171504. 

DRAGON COUNTRY. See 
CONFESSIONAL. 
THE FROSTED GLASS COFFIN. 
I CAN'T IMAGINE TOMORROW. 
IN THE BAR OF A TOKYO HOTEL. 



DRAKE'S VOYAGE; words by Robin Rook; 
music by Geoffrey Winters; illustrated 
by F. R. Exell. London, Oxford Uni- 
versity Press. 24 p. (Oxford instru- 
mental series, no. 7) © Oxford Univer- 
sity Press; 27Aug70; DFO-1779. 

DRAMA OF THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE, edited 
by M. L. Wine. New York, Random 
House. 786 p. (Modern library 
college editions) NM: additions. 
© Random House, Inc.; 26May70; 
A170865. 

A DRAMA ON ECKANKAR, by F. Brandt. 1 v. 
Ten scenes. © Francis Dean Brandt; 
220ct70; DU78436. 

DRAMATICO-MUSICAL COMPOSITION ON JINGLE 
BELLS II, by Everett V. & Martha F. 
Ballard. 1 v. Television play. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3OApr70, 



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DU770tO. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Everett V. & Martha F. Ballard; 
29Jun70; DU77573. 

DREAM DEFERRED, a play by Sally Assin. 
73 1. A play. © Sally Assin; 
30Jul70; DU77786. 

DRINKING: YOUR DECISION. 12 1. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minneso- 
ta Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
l4Dec70; C24333 . 

DIE DRITTE FRONT; Dramen by Harald 
Zusanek. Wien, Osterreichische Ver- 
lagsanstalt. 316 p. (Osterreichische 
Dramatiker der Gegenwart) Contents: 
Die dritte Front. — Jean von der Tonne. 
— Schloss in Europa. © Osterreich- 
ische Verlagsanstalt; 31Dec69; 
DF0-1762. 

DRUG DETERANT [sic] FILM, by Robert L. 
Cooley. Tucson, Ariz., E.C. Communi- 
cations. 21 1. © E.C. Communica- 
tions, Inc.; lApr70; DP7436. 

DRUGS OF ABUSE; instructor's manual & 
narration by Don Trujillo 5: Aubrey 
Parrott. 1 v. S Don Trujillo & 
Aubrey Parrott; 23Nov70; C2'436l. 

DRUGS: YOUR DECISION. 26 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 
C24130. 

DU MONDE ENTIER. See 
CINQ NOS MODERNES. 

DUDLEY THE DINOSAUR AND THE GREAT 
RIDDLE CONTEST, a radio play for 
children by William Bankier. 6 1. 
© William Bankier; 90ct70; DU78166. 

DUDLEY THE DINOSAUR'S BIRTHDAY PARTY; 
story & lyrics by Bill Bankier (Wil- 
liam Bankier) 11 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Laurentian 
Music; l60ct70; DU78178. 

DUET, by Nathan Teitel. 60 1. A play. 
© Nathan Teitel; 4Dec70; DU7882O . 

DUET FOR CANNIBALS, a screenplay by 
Susan Sontag. New York, Farrar, 
Straus & Giroux. 129 P- Appl. states 
prev. reg. 8Apr69, DU74022. NM: 
changes &'deletions, illus . 
© Susan Sontag; 190ct70; DP7454. 

DUET FOR TWO SOLO TAPE RECORDERS, by 
Judith Searle. 3 1. © Judith Searle; 
8Sep70; DU78065. 

THE DUKE OF MARMALADE, and other assor- 
ted fruits; shooting script by Al- 
bert Ihde, based on an idea by Slim 
Moore. 28 1. © Albert Ihde & 
Vaudeo, Inc.; 80ct70; DU78764. 

DUO IN THREE VOICES, LOOK WHAT'S 

HAPPENED TO MARGIE; two one-act plays 
with supplementary notes by Doris N. 
Sutton. Ann Arbor, University Micro- 
films Library Services. Microfilm. 
(Doctoral dissertation series) © Dor- 
is N. Sutton; 30Sep70; DP7518. 



DURST VOR DEM KAMPF. 
ASPEKTE I. 



See 



THE DUSTMAN AND THE CADI; book, words 
& music by Florence Jarratt . 1 v. 
A play. Appl. states copyright 
not claimed for music & lyrics to 
song Imagination. © Florence Jarratt; 
5Nov70; DU78668. 



DUTCH TREAT, a screenplay by David S. 
Meranze & Marc Alan Zagoren. 117 1. 
© David S. Meranze & Marc Alan 
Zagoren; 8oct70; DU78338. 

DUTTON PAPERBACK ORIGINAL. See 
FIVE COMEDIES OF MEDIEVAL FRANCE. 

DUTY, HONOR, COUNTRY, a new play by Mur- 
ray Spitzer. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Murray Spitzer; HDec70; DU78839. 

THE DWARF, by Peter Muller. 66 1. 
Screenplay. © Peter Muller; 70ct70; 
DU78335 ■ 

DYNAMIC VOICE FOR BOYS, by Thomas J. 
Boyle. 3 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
5May70, C23215 . NM: additions. 
© Thomas Joseph Boyle; 17Jul70; 
C23589. 



E 



EARLY AUTUMN. 
TRISKELION. 



See 



EARLY TEXAS HOMES, by D. Richard Bowles. 
15 1. Filmstrip script. © D. Richard 
Bowles; Uul70; C23534 . 

THE EAHTH MOVES. 7 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
9Nov70; C24131. 

THE EARTHLY FATHER, by Alice D. Wyse. 
35 1. A play in 6 scenes. © Alice D. 
Wyse; 21Sep70; DU78190. 

EARTHSONG, a collection of poetic mono- 
logues by Lynn Mark, pseud, of Lynn 
Mertke. 6 1. © Lynn Mertke; 4jun70; 
C23721. 

EAST IS EAST, by Mama Larson. 1 v. 
A musical play in 19 scenes. 
© Mama Larson; 27JU170; DU77765 . 

EAST LIMBO RAPID TRANSIT SERVICE; origi- 
nal story & screenplay by Norton 
Juster & Stu Hample. 116 1. © Mer.- 
delson Productions, Inc.; 25Nov70; 
DU78703 . 

EAST WIND RAIN, an original screenplay 
by Maurice Mahler. 1st draft. 64 1. 
© Maurice Mahler; 7Aug70; DU77858. 

EASY DOES IT. Episode no. 1-2, by 
Florence Parry Heide & Sylvia Worth 
Van Clief. 2 v. Monologs with music. 
© Florence Parry Heide & Sylvia Worth 
Van Clief; 13Jul70; DU77661. 

EASY VIRTUE — DIARY OF A PROSTITUTE, 
a screenplay by Hiram Gordon. 34 1. 
© Hiram Gordon; 200ct70; DU78423. 

THE ECCLES, by Charles Harvey Fisher. 
Sheet. © Charles Harvey Fisher; 
50ct70; C23898. 

ECHO OF ANDROMEDA. See 
THE ATMOSPHERE DOCTRINE. 



ECHOES FROM ANOTHER ROOM; 3 one-act 
plays by Heddy E. Rossi. 1 v. 
Contents: An urn for Christmas. -- 

. The first Mary. — Communications. 
© Heddy E. Rossi; l8Nov70; DU78608. 

ECLATANT SOLEIL DE L'INJUSTICE; version 
radio by Walter Weideli. 74 1. 
A play. © Walter Weideli; l6Jul70; 
DU77695- 

ECO-MAN, by Steven Friedman. 8 1. 

A play. © San Francisco Mime Troupe, 
Inc.; HAug70; DU77874. 



ECOLOGY, by Ann Ess Morrow. 10 v. Con- 
tents: 5051-5060 : Mother Nature. --The 
atmosphere. — The lake. — The little 
pond. — The brook, --Two little trees. -- 
Molly the mosquito. — Whopper the 
whale. — Willie May the earthworm. -- 
Bennie the bat. Appl. author: Educa- 
tion Unlimited Corp., employer for 
hire. © Education Unlimited Corp.; 
260ct70; C23981. 

ECOLOGY & ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, by 
Chris Matzuran. Sheet. © Chris 
Matzuran; 22Jul70; C23638. 

ECOLOGY & POLITICS-; or, A vacuum abhors 
nature. By R. G. Davis. 2 1. 
A play. © San Francisco Mime Troupe, 
Inc.; HAug70; DU77873- 

ECOLOGY: PREDATOR, PREY. 12 1. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
9NQV70; C24089. 



THE ECONOMIC CRISIS. 
FIRING LINE. 83. 



See 



EDDIE LECHNER'S TRIP TO PARADISE, by 
Horst Jarka; translated from the 
German Der Lechner Edi schaut ins 
Paradies, by Jura Soyfer. 42 1. 
A play in 10 scenes. © Horst Silves- 
ter Jarka; 5Aug70; DU77733 . 

EDDIE THE EXCLAMATION POINT. 6 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24120. 

EDEN EASY, a one act play by David 
Evans. 14 1. © David Evans; 
25Aug70; DU77970. 

THE EDUCATIONAL SECRETARY. Tape 

scripts. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacin- 
to Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District. 
Lesson 

1. © 28Sep70; C23927 • 

2. © 28Sep70; C23922. 

3. © 28Sep70; C23921- 

EDWIN JUSTUS MAYER: FIVE PLAYS OF 
HISTORY AND LEGEND, by Harvey M. 
Miller. Ann Arbor, University Micro- 
films Library Services. Microfilm. 
(Doctoral dissertation series) 
© Harvey M. Miller; 31Jul70; A177720. 

EFFECT OF TAX REFORM ACT ON MOVING EX- 
PENSES; analyzed & narrated by Sidney 
Kess. 19 1. Tape script. © Commerce 
Clearing House, Inc.; 140ct70; C24303. 

THE EFFECTS OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE- 
MO0N MARIGOLDS, a drama in two acts 
by Paul Zindel. Dramatists Play 
Service. 56 1. © Paul Zindel; 
50ct70; DP7453. 

THE EIFFEL TOWER WEDDING PARTY (Les 
maries de la Tour Eiffel) By Jean 
Cocteau; translated by Venne Londre 
(Wayne Richard Londre) 11 1. A play. 
© Venne (Wayne) Londre; 3Dec70; 
DU78776. 

AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY TEA; compiled from 
original source material by Jenny 
Egan, pseud, of Ann McGenigle. 13 1. 
A play. © Jenny Egan; 20Apr70; 
DU77670. 

EINLADUNG. See 
THE INVITATION. 

EL DORADO SPRINGS, MISSOURI, by Michael 
R. Williams. Sheet. ■ Monolog. 
© Michael R. Williams; 150ct70; 

c 23870. 



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July-Dec. 



EIDRIDGE CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENTS. 

BETHLEHEM ALLEY. 
THE STONE CONGREGATION. 

EIDRIDGE POPULAR ONE-ACT PLAYSCRIPTS. 
See 

THE MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE. 
WHAT EVERYONE KNOWS. 

ELEANOR, by Fred Gavin (Frederick Joseph 
Gavin) 2 1. © Frederick Joseph 
Gavin; 8jul70; 023574 . 

ELECTRE; action musicale de Henri 
Pousseur; livret de Pierre Rhallys 
d'apres Sophocle. London, Universal 
Edition. 87 p. Partition. © Univer- 
sal Edition (London) Ltd.; 31May68; 
DF2051. 



EMPRESS EUGENIE. 
TRISKELION. 



See 



THE ELECTRIC MAP. 
THE MEMORY BANK. 



See 



ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS. 10 1. (Automotive 
technology, M2-C) Script. Appl. au- 
thor: Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 28Sep70; C239H- 

ELECTRICITY FROM THE AIR DRIVES CARS 
AND TRUCKS, by Joseph M. Price. 3 1. 
Lecture. © Joseph M. Price; l6Nov70; 
C24160. 

ELECTRON BEAM TUBE. See 

PROJECT PHYSICS TEACHER BRIEFINGS. 

THE ELECTRONIC AFFAIR, a play by Irven 
Rinard. 23 1. Twenty-one scenes. 
© Irven H. Rinard; l4Sep70; DU78115 . 

ELEKTRAS TOD; tragodie von Mattias 
Braun. [Germany] S. Fischer. 65 p. 
Three acts. © S. Fisher Verlag, 
G.M.B.H.; 20Aug70; DFO-1784. 

ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA SCRIPTS, by Robert G. 

Moon & Robert D. Davis. 1 v. 

© Charles E. Merrill Pub. Co.; 
• 2Nov70; 0239^3- 

THE ELEVATOR; or, Let's goose the gods. 
By Civia Cohen. 17 1. A play. 
© Civia Cohen; 29Sep70; DU78233. 

11 GRAMERCY PARK; screenplay by Randolph 
Carter; director, Joel M. Reed. Final 
draft. 97 1. © Randolph Carter «; 
Joel M. Reed; 4Dec70; DU78787. 

ELEVEN KEYS TO SUCCESSFUL ENROLLMENTS. 
See 

[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 
RECORDINGS] Unit 57, sides 1 & 2. 



ELEVENTH HOUR SONG. 
COLLECTED PLAYS. 



See 



AN ELIZABETHAN MISCELLANY; compiled & 
edited by Glorianne Engel. 1964. 
79 1- A play in 2 acts. © Glorianne 
Engel; 28Aug70; DU77929- 

THE EMERALD TEARS OF THE DRAGON, by 
Michel Piersall, pseud, of Mishael 
Navonad Persall. 153 1. A play in 
10 scenes. © Mishael Navonad Persall; 
17NOV70; DU78640. 

EMERGENCIES IN FLIGHT. See 

LET'S FLY WITH BOB BOURGEAULT. 

EMPLOYEE PLANS UNDER TAX REFORM ACT; 
analyzed & narrated by Sidney Kess. 
30 1. Tape script. © Commerce Clear- 
ing House, Inc.; l40ct70; C24308. 

EMPLOYEES. See 

BANK ROBBERY PROCEDURE. 



THE ENCHANTED FOREST, an operetta in 
three scenes; music, libretto & music 
by Pearl Doddridge Hadley; musical ac- 
companiments by Margaret E. Garrett. 
Minneapolis, T. S. Denison. 37 p. 
(Denison operettas) © T. S. Denison 
& Co., Inc.; 31Dec69; DP7422. 

THE ENCOUNTER, a drama in one act by 
J. Douglas Halford. 21 1. © J. Doug- 
las Halford; 29Jul70; DU777^9. 



DAS ENDE DER GEWALT. 
TOLLHAUS WELT. 



See 



ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE. See 
FOUR MAJOR PLAYS. 

GHOSTS, AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, THE 
WILD DUCK, 8c HEDDA GABLER. 

ENERGY APPLIED. See 
ENVIRONMENT OF MAN. 

ENFILADr. OF ANGELS, a play in three acts 
by Har;y Alhertson. 105 1. © Harry 
Albert- on; WIDecTO; HU78916. 

ENGINE COMPONENTS. See 

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN SERIES. 

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN AUDIENCES. See 
FIRING LINE. 191- 



ENGLISH YOUTH AND VIET NAM. 
FIRING LINE. 93. 



See 



THE ENTREPRENEURS OF AVENUE B, a play 
by Jack Gilhooley [John Charles 
Gilhooley, Jr.) 28 1. © Jack 
Gilhooley; 21Sep70; DU78191. 

ENVIRONMENT OF MAN. Set 1. 5 v. Five 
filmstrlp scripts. Contents: Is there 
life on earth? — The ocean of air. — 
Water — clear and otherwise. — Of food 
and land. — Energy applied. Appl. au- 
thor: Avi Associates, Inc. © Avi As- 
sociates, Inc.; 50ct70; C24279. 

ENVIRONMENT OF MAN. Set 2. 5 v. Five 
filmstrip scripts. Contents: Man the 
builder. --Unthinking man. --Population, 
the numbers game. --Concrete habitat. -- 
The busy-body. ' Appl. author: Avi As- 
sociates, Inc. ©Avi Associates, Inc.; 
50ct70; C23901. 

ENVIRONMENTAL PUZZLES, by Jeanne R. 
Strong. 25 1. © Jeanne R. Strong; 
27Jul70; C23649. 

EPILOGUE, a dramatic piece in two scenes 
by Charles Kespert. 20 1. © Charles 
Kespert; 10Nov70; DU78557 . 

EQUALITY. See 

MYTHS WE LIVE WITH. 

EROS' ERROR. See 

LOVE AND OTHER NONSENSE. 

THE ESCAPE FROM THE SERAGLIO; English 
libretto & lyrics by Basil Swift, 
to the music of Wolfgang A. Mozart. 
62 1 . An opera in 3 acts . Libretto . 
Appl. states formerly known as The 
abduction from the Seraglio. NM: 
translation & editorial revision. 
© Basil Swift; lSep70; DU77952. 

ESCAPE INTO HELL, by Jory Sherman. 8 1. 
Audio drama. © Jory Sherman; 5Nov70; 
DU78530. 

ESTHER, a Biblical romance by Norman 
Beim. 77 1. A play in 18 scenes. 
© Norman Beim; 17Jul70; DU77688. 



A EULOGY TO A (BRAND NAME) PEANUT 
BUTTER JAR, by Leonard C. Eliason. 
Sheet. © Leonard C. Eliason; 150ct70; 
C23959- 

THE EUNUCH, by Terence, translated by 
Douglass Parker. Five acts. (In 
Five Roman comedies, edited k with an 
introd. by Palmer Bovie. New York, 
Button. p.[l]-74) © Douglass Parker; 
23Apr70; A168424 . 

EUNUCH. See 

FIVE ROMAN COMEDIES. 

EVA; ou, L' amour est un casse-gueule! 
Comedie d'aventures 5- d'amcur de Par- 
cel Achard. 91 1. Two acts. 
© Marcel Achard; 2Nov70; DU787&3. 

EVALUATION OF COLLEGE TEACHERS, by 
Evelyn Kossoff. 22 1. © Evelyn 
Kossoff; 24Dec70; C24360. 

EVE WAS THE FIRST ONE, a narrated panto- 
mime by George Oliver Brome. 13 1. 
© George Oliver Brome; 90ct70; 
DU78323. 

AN EVEN EXCHANGE, a play in two acts by 
Elaine Denholtz. 66 1. © Elaine 
Denholtz; l6Nov70; DU786I5. 

THE EVENING COURTS REPORT, by Richard P. 
Tritter. 4 1. Television script. 
© Richard Paul Tritter; 12Nov70; 
C24251. 

EVERY YEAR AT CARNIVAL, by Jan Hartman. 
Dramatists Play Service. 51 1. 
Two acts. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Fragment of a last judgment, 26Aug66, 
DU66946. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Jan Hartman; 130ct70; DP7450. 

EVERYBODIE'S ERROR, a comedy drama by 
Michael Kallesser. 1 v. Three acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3Apr69, 
DU74436. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Michael Kallesser; 3Aug70; DU77797- 

EVERYBODY TALKS AND TALKS AND TALKS, 
by Andrew S. Rajcok (Andy Rage, 
pseud.) Sheet. © Andy Rage; 
8Sep70; C23805. 

EVERYBODY WANTS TO BE IN SHOW BUSINESS, 
a play in three acts by Frank Walter. 
210 1. © Frank Walter; 9Dec70; 
DU78814. 

EVERYDAY LIFE OF THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS. 

LIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT. 



EVERYMAN — NOW, by John F. Carroll. 
1 v. A play. © John F. Carroll; 
27Nov70; DU7&727. 

EVERYTHING HAPPENS WITH A BANG AT THE 
CARSONS, by David V. McCrae. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © David V. McCrae; 
17Nov70; DU78635. 



EVERYTHING OUGHTA BE BLACK. See 
THE EXTREMIST. 

THE EVIL THAT MEN DO, a new play by Ed 
Jacobs. 1 v. Two acts. © Edward 
Russell Jacobs; 6Aug70; DU77850. 

EXCLAMATION AND REVIEW. 10 1. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining S: Manufacturing Co.; 
9NOV70; C24122. 

EXECUTION! A film script by Peter 

Donat. 74 1. © Peter Donat; 22Jul70; 
DU77714 . 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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EXORCISM FOR NOW, a ritual by Theodore 
DuBois. 20 1. A play. © Theodore 
DuBois; 20Aug70; DU78289. 

EXPERIMENTS WITH MICROWAVES. See 
PROJECT PHYSICS TEACHER BRIEFINGS. 

EXPERT ALTERATION, THE TWENTY-FIFTH AN- 
NUAL BEAD GAME COMPETITION; or, The 
first forced meditation of a bead 
player. A drama in two acts by Wayne 
Bellinger in collaboration with Jac- 
queline Butler (Jacqueline Butler 
Glasgow) 1 v. © Wayne Bellinger & 
Jacqueline Glasgow; 6Aug70; DU77887. 

EXPIRATION, by Robert E. Todd. 14 1. 
A play. © Robert E. Todd; 5Nov70; 
DU78527 . 

EXPLOSION IN EDUCATION, written by 
Lloyd E. Young. 14 1. Slide film 
script in 107 scenes. © Stride, 
Inc.; 4Aug70; C23635. 

THE EXTREMIST; or, Everything oughta be 
black; or, The conversion of B. P. 
A tragic comedy by Danny Lyon Scar- 
borough. 59 1. Four acts. © Danny 
Scarborough; 21Sep70; DU78187. 



FABULOUS PARTY MAIN DISHES; author, Ina 
Young. 1 v. Script. (Tasty tapes, 
no.l) (Cassette cookery) Appl. states 
recipes from Company cookbook & Cooka- 
head cookbook prev. reg. 1962 & 1964. 
NM: revisions. © Ina Young (Mrs. Eli 
Young) d.b.a. Glennfrey Pub. Co.; 
2Jun70; C23847. 

THE FACES OF BRON, by Karen Madelene 

Passmore. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 

© Karen Madelene Passmore; 29Dec70; 
DU78965. 

FACT-FINDERS, a play in three acts for 
tape-recorder, chorus & actors by 
Frank Steinkellner . 113 1- 
© Frank Steinkellner; 8Sep70; DU78177 ■ 

FACT MANUSCRIPT FOR RECORD ON BIRDS, 
by Janice K. Robinson & Gloria Hayes 
(Gloria Hayes Kremer) 8 1. © Pet 
Productions, Inc.; 31Dec70; C24341. 

THE FAGGOT, by John Boylan, pseud, of 
Jack Jeglum. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Harriett Jeglum; l8Nov70; DU78825. 

FAITH, a musical; book & lyrics by Mark 
Egan & Mark Solomon, music by Mark 
Solomon; adapted from the play 
Thinkers and doers, by Mark Egan. 
1 v. A play in 2 scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. © Mark T. Egan & Mark 
Solomon; 70ct70; DU78176. 



FAITHFUL OR DEATH. - 
LOYALTY OR DEATH. 



See 



FAMILIA, a play for television by Glenda 
Adams. 25 1. Thirty- three scenes. 
© Glenda Emilie Adams; 2Dec70; DU78755 • 

FAMILY AND FRIENDS, an original screen- 
play by C. C. Wilson. 97 1. © Clair 
Cole Wilson, Jr.; Uul70; DU77576. 

FAMILY AND FRIENDS; original screenplay 
by Catherine Hiller (Catherine Hiller 
Warnow) & Stan Warnow. 144 1. 
© Catherine Hiller & Stan Warnow; 
8Sep70; DU78064. 

FAMILY AND FRIENDS: THE PREADOLESCENT 
YEARS, by Selma Greenberg & Anita 
Gurian. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Classroom Materials Co.; 27Jul70; 
C23646. 



FANCY, by Benjamin Bradford. 35 1. 

A play. © Benjamin Bradford; lJAug70; 
DU77899- 

THE FANTASTIC SECRET, by Motivational 
Leadership Institute, Peter B. Wolcott. 
101 1. 12 lectures. © Peter Bryant 
Wolcott; l6Nov70; C24159- 

FAR FROM THE STARS, a screenplay by 
George Johnson. 62 1. Nineteen 
scenes. © George Johnson; 27Aug70; 
DU77984. 

A FAR OFF SOUND; written by & lyrics by 
Sutton Jones, music by Sutton Jones & 
Richard Braun, music arranged by 
Richard Braun. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. Appl. authors: Nan Jones 
Ribble & Richard W. Braun. © Sutton 
Jones & Richard W. Braun; 10ct70; 
DU78255. 

FAREWELL JUDAS, a play in three acts by 
Ireneusz (i.e., Irenuesz) Iredynski; 
translated & adapted by Sylvia Daneel . 

1 v. © Sylvia Daneel; 21Sep70; 
DU78186 . 

FAREWELL SUPPER. See 
ONE HOUR OF LIFE. 

FARMERS. See 

SETTLING THE WEST. 

FARMING AND RANCHING. See 

SEEING BRAZIL. 
FAST EIN HAMLET. See 
ASPEKTE I. 

THE FAT OF THE MATTER; screenplay by 
Michael Hodges. 8 1. Four acts. 
© Michael K. Hodges; 4Sep70; DU78029. 

THE FAT ONE, by William M. Roberts. 

2 1. © William M. Roberts; 10Apr70; 
C23577 . 

FAT TUESDAY, an original musical comedy 
by S. H. Greengus. 60 1. Three acts. 
Book only. © Sherman H. Greengus; 
7Dec70; DU78716. 



THE FATE OF CHIPI GONZALEZ. 
MEN AND ANGELS. 



See 



FATHER AND SON, a play by John Expo, 
pseud, of John Esposito. 1 v. 
Two acts. © John Esposito; 13Jul70; 
DU77659. 

FATHER'S DAY, B.H.S., by E. Lewis 
Frasier. 5 1. © E. Lewis Frasier; 
8Sep70; C23816. 

A FATHER'S LOVE, SIN, AND CARELESSNESS 
(A ballad of a dope fiend father) By 
Abram McCollins. 2 1. © Abram 
McCollins; 8Sep70; C23803. 

FAUST, by Paul Valery, Johann Wolfgang 
Goethe & Christopher Marlowe. Com- 
piled by Vasek Simek. New York, 
Vaslin Productions. 1 v. Three 
acts. ©Vaslin Productions; 10Jul69; 
DP7371. 

FAVORITE CHILDREN'S BOOKS. 8 v. Film- 
strip scripts. Contents: The Wizard 

of Oz. A dog of Flanders. — Robinson 

Crusoe. —A little princess.— Gulli- 
ver's travels. — The happy prince.— 
Peter Pan.— Heidi. Appl. author: 
Coronet Instructional Films, a divi- 
sion of Esquire, Inc. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; 28May70; C235W. 



FEAST OF MISRULE. 
UNDERGROUND. 



See 



FEDAYEEN; original screenplay by Thomas 
Arthur Janata. Final draft, Aug. 15, 
1970. 196 1. © Thomas Arthur 
Janata; 19Aug70; DU78221. 

FEED MANUFACTURING, by T. E. Stivers. 
43 1. © T. E. Stivers Organization, 
Inc.; 21Sep70; C23875. 

FEELING DELICIOUS, a screenplay by Hugh 
Thompson. Ill 1. © Hugh A. Thompson; 
8Sep70; DU78078. 

FENSTERHEIM, by Lee Paulman, pseud, of 
Paul B. Lichtman. 15 1. Monolog. 
© Paul Bernhard Lichtman; 22Jul70; 
C23703 . 



FERREX AND P0RREX. 
G0RB0DUC . 



See 



FEBRUARY THIRTY-FIRST, a drama in three 
acts by Lillian Barr. 1 v. © Lillian 
Barr; 5Aug70; DU77830. 



FERTILE FIELDS OF YOUR MIND, by Ralph 
J. Biggs. 38 1. Screenplay. © Ralph 
J. Biggs; 190ct70; DU78394. 

FESS HOUSE, 'by Christopher Pruett (Chris 
Reed Pruett) 95 1. Screenplay. 
© Chris Reed Pruett; HDec70; DU78838. 

FESTIVAL TIME; words by Herbert Coleman, 
music by Bill Elliott. 1 v. 9 Her- 
bert Coleman & Herbert Lannard; 
30Nov70; DU78735. 

THE FEVERSTEP EFFECT; original screen- 
play by Robert M. Gamble. 105 1. 
© Robert M. Gamble; 6Aug70; DU77848. 

A FIDDLE NAMED CHARLIE, a violin demon- 
stration record by Penny Leka (Penny 
Leka Knapp) 6 1. Script. © Penny 
Leka Knapp; 280ct70; C23899. 

FIDDLER UNDER A SPECIAL STAR. See 
THE LODESTAR. 

FIESTA IN TZINTZUNTZAN. See 

THREE ORIGINAL PLAYS FOR CHILDREN. 

THE FIFTH AMENDMENT. See 
FIRING LINE. 138. 

FIL A LA PATTE. See 
STRINGS ATTACHED. 

FILM LOOP TECHNIQUES. See 

PROJECT PHYSICS TEACHER BRIEFINGS. 

THE FILM, NO.l. 9 I- Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & Man- 
ufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24037 . 

THE FILM, NO. 2. 7 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24038. 

FINGER, an original screenplay of now by 
Harry Young. 67 1- © Harry Young; 
12Nov70; DU78570. 

FINISH THE PHRASE, a new television 
panel program written by Frederick H. 
Garrigus. 5 1. © Frederick H. 
Garrigus; 25Aug70; C23728. 

THE FIREMAN'S REVUE, by Peggy Simon. 
1 v. A musical play. © Peggy Simon; 
260ct70; DU78286. 

FIRING LINE, by William F. Buckley, Jr. 
A series of scripts. 1 v. each. 
© William F. Buckley, Jr. 
No. 

71. Medicare, pt.l. © 21Sep70; 
C23874. 

83. The economic crisis. © 27Jul70; 
C23712. 

84. Was the civil rights crusade a 
mistake? © HSep70; C23839- 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



FIRING LINE. -Con. „ _. „ 

86. The ghost of the McCarthy-Army 
hearings, pt.l. © 7May70; C23565. 

87. The ghost of the McCarthy-Army 
hearings, pt.2.. © 7May70; C23566. 

89. Wiretapping, electronic bugging. 
© 27Jul70; C2J708. 

90. The role of the traitor. 
© 7May70; C23568. 

91. The culture of the left. 
© 7May70; C23567. 

92. The anti-Communist left. 
© 27Jul70; C23707. 

93 . English youth and Viet Nam. 
© 27JU170; C23709. 

94. Robert F. Kennedy. Appl. ti.: 
Bobby Kennedy. © 27Jul70; C23710. 

95. The Wallace movement. © 27Jul70; 
C23711. 

96. The New Left. © 27Jul70; C23706 . 
98. Can we win in Vietnam? 

© 50ct70; C24260. 

100. Governing the cities. 
© 27Jul70; C23705. 

101. The Republicans and the cities. 
© 27Jul70; C23713- 

102. Armies of the night. © 27Jul70; 
C23704 . 

103 Journals of news and opinion. 

®'20May70; C23571. 
104. Unrest on the campus. 
© HSep70; C23838. 
105. Violence. © 7May70; C23569- 

131. The issues in the school strike. 
© 12Nov70; C24209- 

132. The plight of the American 
novelist. © 12Nov70; C24208. 

133. The Chicago riots -- The Walker 
report. © 12Nov70; C24207 . 

134. The tragedy of Lyndon Johnson. 
© 12Nov70; C24206. 

135. How goes it with the poverty 
program? © 12Nov70; C24205 . 

136. The unfinished odyssey of Robert 
Kennedy. © 12Nov7p; C24204. 

137 . The Rlpon Society — the liberal 
Republican dilemma. © 12Nov70; 
C24203 . 

138. The Fifth Amendment. © 12Nov70; 
C24202. 

139. Negro- Jewish hostility. 
© 12Nov70; C 2417 9. 

140. Restructuring the university. 
© 12Nov70; C24201. 

141. Police power. © 12Nov70; 
C24200. 

142. Black student power. © 12Nov70; 
C24199. 

143. Vietnam and the intellectuals. 
© 12Nov70; C 24192. 

144. Separate development. 
© 12Nov70; C24193. 

145. Modernism in the Catholic 
Church. © 12Nov70; C24241. 

146. Capp on campus. © 12Nov70; 
C24240 . 

147. The ABM conflict. © 12Nov70; 
C24226. 

148. Problems of a Chief Executive. 
© 12Nov70; C24225. 

149. Cornell and the conflict of the 
generations. © 12Nov70; C24224. 

150. The role of the opposition.. 
© 12Nov70; C24223. 

151. ABM. © 12Nov70; C24222. 

152. Black studies. © 12Nov70; 
C24221. 

153. The decline of Christianity. 
© 12Nov70; C24220. 

154 . Labor unions and American free- 
dom. © 12Nov70; C24219. 

155. Violence in America — Violence 
Commission report. © 12Nov70; 
C24218. 

156. The population explosion. 
© 12NOV70; C24217. 

157. Marijuana, how harmful? 
© 12NOV70; C24227 . 

158. The Conservative Party and the 
GOP. © 12Nov70; C24l83 . 

159. The Irish problem. © 12Nov70; 
C24182. 

160. The decline of ant i -communism. 
© 12Nov70; C24l8l. 



161. Monarchy and the modern world. 
© 12Nov70; C24l86. 

162. U.N., Britain and international 
affairs. 6 12Nov70; C24l85 . 

163. Is there a place for the old or- 
der? © 12Hov70; C24184. 

164. American popularity abroad. 
© 12Nov70; C241S7. 

165. Post Office reform. © 12Nov70; 
C24188. 

166. Where should the Nixon Adminis- 
tration go? © 12Nov70; C24197. 

167. Biafra and British foreign poli- 
cy. © 12Nov70; C24198. 

168. Looking back on de Gaulle. 
© 12Nov70; C24189. 

169. The making of a President I968. 
Appl. ti.: The making of the Presi- 
dent 1968. © 12Nov70; C24190. 

170. Welfare reform. Appl. ti.: The 
welfare reform proposal. © 12Nov70; 
C24191. 

171. Race and conservatism. 
© 12Nov70; C24196. 

172. Conservative vs. progressive 
Republicanism. © 12Nov70; C24195. 

173. Abortion. © 12Nov70; C24228. 

174. What have we learned from social- 
ism? © 12Nov70; C24229. 

175. Salvation, rock music and the 
new iconoclasm. © 12Nov70; C24230. 

176. The selling of the President 
1968. © 12Nov70; C24231. 

177. Negotiating for peace. 
© 12Nov70; C24232. 

178. Vietnam. © 12Nov70; C24233. 

179. Reflections on the current 
scene. © 12Nov70; C24234. 

180. The future of the Democratic 
Party. © 12Nov70; C24235. 

181. Why don't conservatives under- 
stand? © 12Nov70; C24236. 

182. Tariffs. © 12Nov70; C24237 . 

183. Ambassador's journal, a personal 
account of the Kennedy years . Appl . 
ti.: The Kennedy years, based on Am- 
bassador's journal. © 12Nov70; 
C24238. 

184. Agnew and the media. © 12Nov70; 
C24239. 

185. Dissent and society. © 12Nov70; 
C24210. 

186. Skepticism and disorder. 
© 12Nov70; C24211. 

187. Oppenheimer case. © 12Nov70; 
C24212. 

188. The Mylai massacre. © 12Nov70; 
C24213. 

189. Broadcasting and the public. 
© 12NOV70; C24214. 

190. Power. © 12Nov70; C24215. 

191. English and American audiences. 
© 12Nov70; C24216. 

192. Public works: a dangerous trade. 
© 12Nov70; C24194. 

FIRST CLASS LEVERS. 8 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
9Nov70; C24047. 

FIRST CLAUSE OF THE BILL OF RIGHTS 
(America is a white man's world) By 
James B. Oden. 4 1. © James B. Oden; 
4Aug70; C23661. 

FIRST FORCED MEDITATION OF A BEAD 
PLAYER. See 

EXPERT ALTERATION, THE TWENTY-FIFTH 
ANNUAL BEAD GAME COMPETITION. 

THE FIRST HOUR OF THE REST OF YOUR LIFE, 
by Carol Buck & Stephen M. Campbell. 
1 v. Tape script. © Lendman Associ- 
ates, Ltd.; 19NOV70; C24250. 

THE FIRST HUNDRED YEARS WITH THE LONG- 
HORNS, by Charles W. Holland. 36 1. 
Script. © Charles W. Holland; 
25Aug70; C23876. 

FIRST MARY. See 

ECHOES FROM ANOTHER ROOM. 



FIRST MILITANT MINISTER. 
A BLACK QUARTET. 



See 



THE FIRST PART OF KING HENRY THE FOURTH, 
by William Shakespeare; edited by 
M. A. Shaaber. Rev. ed. Baltimore, 
Penguin Books. 134 p. (The Pelican 
Shakespeare, Alfred Harbage, general 
editor) Five acts. © Penguin Books, 
Inc.; 270ct70; AI94337 . 

FIRST THERE WAS LOVE, a 90 minute TV 
musical romance by Joan Werling. 
1 v. Book only. © Joan Werling; 
4Aug70; DU77736. 

FISH IN MONK'S CLOTHING. See 
THE FRENCH CHEF. 

FIVE COMEDIES OF MEDIEVAL FRANCE; trans- 
lated & introduced by Oscar Mandel. 
1st ed. New Vor>, Dutton. 158 p. 
(A Dutton paperback original, D276) 
© Oscar Mandel; 24Sep70; A185372. 

FIVE MINUTES, by James Bridges. 8 1. 
A play. © Skyewiay Productions, Inc.; 
6Aug70; DU77841. 

FIVE ROMAN COMEDIES, in modern English 
verse translations, by Palmer Bovie, 
Janet Burroway, Constance Carrier, 
Douglass Parker; edited & with an in- 
trod. by Palmer Bovie. The eunuch, 
by Terence, translated by Douglass 
Parker; & others. New York, Dutton. 
329 p. NM: editing & introd. 
© Palmer Bovie; 23Apr70; A168423 . 

FISK, a play with music by Clifford 
Browder. 112 1. Three acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Clifford H. Browder; 
9Nov70; DU78545. 

FIX-UP FACTS SERIES; 5 minute public 
information radio features by Jerry 
Verbel. 1 v. © Jerry Verbel; 
17Sep70; C23832. 

A FLAPPING OF WINGS, by Robert F. Par- 
sons. 86 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Robert F. Parsons; 190ct70; DU78393 ■ 

FLATBOATMANj by Jan Hartman. Dramatists 
Play Service. 24 p. © Jan Hartman; 
60ct70; DP7449. 

FLIGHT, a play in eight dreams & four 
acts by Mikhail Bulgakov; translated & 
with an introd. by Mirra Gins burg. 
New York, Grove Press. 107 p. 
© Grove Press, Inc.; 4sep69; DP7419. 

FLIGHT FROM BABYLON; screenplay by Alex 
Goun. 92 1. © Alex Goun; 31Aug70; 
DU78007 . 

FLIGHT FROM THE FUTURE, a screenplay by 
Robert H. Dyke. 61 1. © Robert H. 
Dyke; 25Aug70; DU77972. 

FLIGHT OF THE THUNDERBIRD, by Clarence 
E. Reed. 1 v. A play. © Clarence 
Reed; l6Sep70; DU78149. 

FLORA, by Carmelo Gariano. 137 1. 
Screenplay. © Carmelo Gariano; 
10JU170; DU77629. 

FLO'S BOATHOUSE, by Charles Stewart. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Charles 
Stewart; 20Nov70; DU78679- 



THE FLOWER OF POMEGRANATE; original 
story & screenplay by Biogio Barile. 
1st draft, Jan. 10, I969. 1 v. 
Includes music for 3 songs. © Biagio 
Barile; 2Nov70; DU78895. 

FLYING SAUCERS (UFO'S) ARE REALLY U.S. 
ANTI-GRAVITY MACHINES'. By Joseph M. 
Price. 4 1. © Joseph M. Price; 
31Aug70; C23788. 



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FOLLOW — FOLLOW -- VALERIE! — FOLLOW; 
author: Richard Oneto; pseud. John 
Douglas. 1 v. A screenplay. 
© Richard Oneto; 120ct70; DU78349. 

FONTAINEBLEAU. Aug. 19, 1970. 17 1. 
(Tours on tape) Tape script. Appl. 
author: J. Walter Thompson Co. 
S Pan American World Airways; l40ct70; 
C23955- 

FONTANA DI TREVI; ovvero, La verita 
'discoperta. Commedia di Alberto 
Perrini. 1 v. Two parts. © Alberto 
Perrini; 24Aug70; DU78343 . 

FOOTPRINTS IN THE SANDS, a speech based 
on a personal experience by Thelma 
Spencer McLaughlin. 5 1- © Thelma 
S. McLaughlin; l8Sep70; C23865 . 

FOOTS, a musical play by Martin J. 
O'Malley. 23 1. Three acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Martin J. O'Malley; 
22Jun70; DU77766. 

FOR A FAIR MEOW, by James Kardon. 10 1. 
A play. © James Kardon; 29Jun70; 
DU77575. 

FOR A REMEMBRANCE; two memories in two 
acts exploring the use of the chorus, 
by James M. Ragland. 1 v. © James M. 
Ragland; 8Sep?0; DU78074. 

FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE, by Stan Hart 
(Stanley Hart) 1 v. Three plays. 
Contents: Hole in the wall. — Mother. — 
Click. © Stanley Hart; 70ct70; 
DU78314. 

FOR EVERY MAN THERE'S A --, by' Eunice 
Gray. 86 1. A screenplay. 
© Eunice Gray; 4Nov70; DU78666. 

FOR HALLWAYS AND HALLWAYS, ALL MEN, 
a parabolic play in three acts by 
Larry A. Reed. 167 1. © Larry Allen 
Reed; l6Nov70; DU78627. 

FOR REAL, a three-act play by Hugh 

Stewart Dinsmore & Thomas A. Fleming. 
New York, Carlton Press. 51 P- 
© Thomas A. Fleming & Hugh Stewart 
Dinsmore; 15Jun70; DP7461. 

FOR UNTO US, a Christmas allegory by 
Shannon Bridger, pseud, of Myrlon L. 
Gatling. 109 1. Three acts. 
© Myrlon L. Gatling; 4Aug70; DU77815 . 

FOR WHICH IT STANDS; screenplay by Mi- 
chael Ayoub, Steven Bush & Jim Bearden 
(James Lawrence Bearden) 1 v. Based 
on a story by Dick Bennett. © Michael 
Barry Ayoub, Steven Bush & James Law- 
rence Bearden; 7Dec70; DU78848. 

FORCE OF DESTINY. See 
LA FORZA DEL DESTINO. 

FOREPLAY, by Robert M. Lane, pseud, of 
James Van Lare. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 5J & n70, 
DU76152. NM: revision. © James Van 
Lare; 70ct70; DU78332. 

THE FORGING, by Leonard L. Perlmutter. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Leonard L. 
Perlmutter; 13Jul70; DU77656. 

FORGOTTEN LOVE, a comedy drama by 

Michael Kallesser. 1 v. Three acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3Apr69, 
DU74436. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Michael Kallesser; 24Sep70; DU78214. 

F0RM0SAN TOADS ARE LOVERS NOT FIGHTERS; 
certain dramatic happenings in the 
history of a hamlet by Gary Munn. 
125 1. A play in 2 acts. © Gary 
Munn; 9Dec70; DU788IO. 



THE FORTY ERRORS OF KING HEROD, by Old- 
rich Danek; translated from Czech by 
Ruth Willard. 6l 1. A play in 6 
scenes. © Ruth Willard; 150ct70; 
DU78379. 

FORUM OR AGAINST' EM, a musical satire 
by John Cox. 1 v. Script & music. 
© John Paul Cox; 20Aug70; DU779^5- 

LA FORZA DEL DESTINO (The force of 
destiny) Opera in four acts, music 
by Giuseppe Verdi, Italian libretto 
by Francesco Piave, English version 
by Paul Maddox Pinto; based in the 
play Don Alvaro; o, La fuerza del 
sino, by Angel de Saavedra, Duque de 
Rivas . 66 1. Libretto. © David 
Maddox Pinto; 8Sep70; DU77951. 

FOUPI, a farce in two & one-half acts 
by Jac Dabrowski (John J. Dabrowski, 
Jr.) 54 1. © John J. Dabrowski, 
Jr.; lSep70; DU78014. 

FOUR COMEDIES, by Ruth Jeanette Dull. 
Machina ex Deus & others. 107 1. 
© Ruth Jeanette Keef haver Dull; 
19Aug70; DU77817. 

FOUR ELEVEN FORTY-FOUR; one act play 
with two scenes by Marc Taire, pseud. 
of Marcus T. Nelson. 20 1. © Marcus 
T. Nelson; 19Aug70; DU77938. 



FOUR FARCES, by Ge 
lated & with an 
Shapiro. Chicag' 
Chicago Press 
Wooed and viewed 
wrong. — Not by b 
pot. Appl. stat 
Across the way, 
alone, DU56162; 
DU52627. NM: pr 
© Norman R. Shap 



orges Feydeau; trans- 
introd. by Norman R. 
,0, University of 
3to p. Contents: 

On the marry-go- 
ed alone. — Going to 

3 plays prev. reg., 
DU54415; Not. by bed 
On the marry- go-wrong, 
ef. & compilation. 
iro; 300ct70; A201321. 



FORMULA FOR TRUTH. 
TRUTH0L0GY. 



See 



FOUR HOURS, a one-act mystery drama for 
women by Marlene Brenner. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 21 p. Appl. author: 
Walter H. Baker Co., employer for 
hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 2Jun70; 
DP7366 . 

FOUR-IN-HAND, a play in four characters 
and two acts by Malvine Cole. 1 v. 
© Malvine Cole; 27Jul70; DU77634 . 

FOUR MAJOR PLAYS, by Henrik Ibsen, in 
new translations with a foreword by 
Rolf Fjelde. Vol.2. Ghosts; An enemy 
of the people; The lady from the sea; 
John Gabriel Borkman. New York, New 
American Library. 408 p. (Signet 
classic, CQ502) NM: compilation & ad- 
ditions. © Rolf Fjelde; 17Jul70; 
A174149. 

403 B TRAINING IDEAS, by Herbert L. 
Rehfeldt. 4 1. Lecture. Appl. ti.: 
403 B" sales course. © Herbert L. 
Rehfeldt; 4Aug70; C23693. 

FOUR O'CLOCK CHILDREN, a musical play 
for children; story 8c lyrics by 
Arnold Falleder, music by Robert 
Miles. 2 v. NM: additions. © Arnold 
Falleder 8: Robert Miles; 13Jul70; 
DU77668. 

FOUR PLAYS. See 

GHOSTS, AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, THE 
WILD DUCK, & HEDDA GABLER. 

FOUR-STROKE-CYCLE INTERNAL COMBUSTION 
ENGINE. See 
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN SERIES. 

l4TH AMENDMENT. See 
MYTHS WE LIVE WITH. 

THE FOURTH SEASON, by David Henry 
Vierra. 33 1- A play in 3 acts. 
© David Henry Vierra; l6Nov70; 
DU78618. 



FRAGMENT OF A LAST JUDGMENT. See 
EVERY YEAR AT CARNIVAL. 

FRANCIS, a musical comedy by Richard 
Urdahl. 1 v. Two acts. © Richard 
Urdahl; 3Aug70; DU77801. 

FRANK & ELLA. See 
TWO FOR THE MONEY. 

FRANKEL'S FROLICS, by Michael Roy Denbo. 
110 1. A play. © Michael Roy Denbo; 
300ct70; DU784-95. 

FRANKENSTEIN, by Peter Fernandez, Claire 
G. Miller & Selma R. Brody. 17 1. 
A play. Based on the book of the same 
title by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. 
© Miller-Brody Productions, Inc.; 
6Nov70; DU78537. 

FRANKLIN AND MR. GOUT, a conversation by 
J. I. Rodale. 1st ed. 20 p. ©J.I. 
Rodale; 30Jul70; DP7404 . 

FRED CRAWLEY RETURNS HOME, a play for 
television by Glenda Adams . 9 1 • 
Seven scenes. © Glenda Emilie Adams; 
2Dec70; DU78754 . 

FREDERICK, by Terrill L. Gibson. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Terrill L. 
Gibson; HSep70; DU78121. 

FREDIE (Ring around a rosy) A screen- 
play by Dan & Marilyn Cohen. 100 1. 
© Dan Cohen & Marilyn Cohen; 4Nov70; 
DU78894. 

FREE AT LAST; in memoriam M. L. K. , by 
Martin J. O'Malley. 24 1. A play. 
© Martin J. O'Malley; 200ct70; 
DU78419 . 

THE FREEDOM ROOM, by Martin Brown, 

pseud, of Morris Brown. 16 1. A play 
in 1 act. © Morris Brown; 17JU170; 
DU77690. 

FREEDOM'S WAKE, by Jodi Lawrence. 

26 1. Screenplay. © Jodi Lawrence; 
l6sep70; DU77967- 

THE FRENCH CHEF. Television scripts. 
Appl. author: WGBH Educational 
Foundation. © WGBH Educational 
Foundation. 

Cake with a halo. © 28Dec70; C24371. 
Fish in monk's clothing. © 28Dec70; 

C24374. 
Gateau in a cage. © 28Dec70; C24368. 
KB eggs. © 28Dec70; C24372. 
Hamburger dinner in half an hour. 

© 28Dec70; C24366. 
How about lentils? © 28Dec70; C24364. 
Lasagne a la francaise. © 28Dec70; 

C 2437 5 ■ 
Napoleon's chicken. © 28Dec70; 

C24369. , , 

Salade Nicoise. © 28Dec70; C24365. 
The spinach twins. © 28Dec70; C24367. 
To roast a chicken. © 28Dec70; 

C24373 ■ 
Turkey breast, braised. © 28Dec70; 

C24370. 
Waiting for gigot; to carve a leg of 
lamb. © 2§Dec70; C24363. 

FRENCH IN ONE HOUR. Lessons 1-4, by 
David J. Klein. 1 v. Script. Eng- 
lish & French. © David J. Klein; 
230ct70; C23930. 

THE FRENCH POODLE; Lp rendition by 
Stephen & Libby McNeil. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Stephen H. 
McNeil S: Libby McNeil; 25Sep70; 
DU78953. 

FRICASSEE, a play in three acts by 
Twilley Calhoun, pseud, of Edwin 
Sterling Leland . 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © Edwin Sterling Leland; 
70ct70; DU78295. 



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FRICTION. 8 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24139. 

FRIDAY. See 

NOWHERE TO RUN. 

FRIDAY'S CHILD, a screenplay by Kenley 
Sprague. 91 1. © Kenley Sprague; 
5Nov70; DU78363- 

FRIENDLY PERSUASION: PROPAGANDA. 5 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24069. 

FRIENDS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 
a screenplay by Barry Glasser 8> Mark 
Rosin; based on an original idea by 
Jerry Seiff. 107 1. © Barry Glasser 
8- Mark Rosin; 2Dec70; DU78793. 

FRIENDS, ROMANS, ETC., a musical by 
Tony Herbert (Anthony Herbert) & 
Ray Lichtman. 1 v. Eleven scenes. 
© Anthony Herbert & Ray Lichtman; 
20ct70; DU78257. 

FROG-GIGGING ON ELVINEY POND, an origin- 
al two-act play by John Vornholt. 
43 1. © John Blair Vornholt, Jr.; 
28Dec70; DU78845. 

FROG PRINCE. See 

GRIMM BROTHERS' FAVORITES. 

THE FROG PRINCESS; words by Elizabeth 
Fiske; music by Phyllis Tate; illus- 
trated by Gloria Timbs . London, Ox- 
ford University Press. 29 p. (Ox- 
ford instrumental series, no. 4) 
© Oxford University Press; 27A.ug70; 
DFO-I776. 

FROM EARTH'S PROPHETIC NAVEL, by G. M. 
Loney. 20 1. A play. © Glenn Mere- 
dith Loney; l4Dec70; DU78861. 

THE FROSTED GLASS COFFIN, by Tennessee 
Williams (Thomas Lanier Williams) 
(In Dragon country. New York, New Di- 
rections Pub. Corp. p. 199-214) 
© Tennessee Williams; 30Mar70; DP74l6. 

FRUSTRATA, THE DIRTY LITTLE AVANT-GARDE 
GIRL WITH THE RED PAPER ROSE STUCK IN 
HER HEAD, IS DEMENTED, a fantasy- 
comedy drama-musical for an acting 
ensemble in the style & tradition of 
Stanislavsky and the Pop-Art-Nouveau 
Theatre by Tom Eyen. 1 v. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Tom Eyen; 
4jan71; DU78945. 

FUEL SYSTEM. See 

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN SERIES. 

FUR ALLE EIN JOJO; Stuck in funf Teilen 
by Hans-Heinrich Formann. Wien, Uni- 
versal Edition. 131 p. © Universal 
Edition, A.G.; HJun70; DFO-1759. 

FUERZA DEL SINO. See 
LA FORZA DEL DESTINO. 

FUGA, an educational story in two acts 
by Jose L. Varona. 1 v. © Jose 
Luciano Varona; 13Jul70; DU77663. 

THE FULLY GUARANTEED FUCK-ME DOLL! or, 
Areatha in the ice palace . By Tom 
Eyen. 30 1. A play. © Tom Eyen; 
4jan71; DU78942. 

THE FUN AND CARE OF A GERBIL, by Gloria 
Hayes (Gloria Hayes Kremer) 1 v. Re- 
cording script. © Gloria Hayes; 
280ct70; C23989. 



THE FUN AND CARE OF A GUINEA PIG, by 
Gloria Hayes (Gloria Hayes Kremer) 

1 v. Recording script. Appl. ti . : 
The fun and care of guinea pigs and 
hamsters. © Gloria Hayes; 280ct70; 
C23991. 

THE FUN AND CARE OF A HAMSTER, by Janice 
K. Robinson & Gloria Hayes Kremer. 

5 1. Script. © Pet Productions, 
Inc.; l4Aug70; DU78878. 

THE FUN 8c CARE OF A KITTEN, by Gloria 
Hayes (Gloria Hayes Kremer) 1 v. 
Recording script. © Gloria Hayes; 
13Nov70; C24157. 

THE FUN AND CARE OF A PUPPY, by Gloria 
Hayes Kremer. 18 1. Script. With 
music. © Gloria Hayes Kremer; 
280ct70; C23897. 

THE FUN AND CARE OF A PUPPY, by Janice K. 
Robinson & Gloria Hayes Kremer. 1 v. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Pet Productions, Inc.; 31Aug70; 
DU77905 . 

THE FUN AND CARE OF BIRDS, by Gloria 
Hayes Kremer. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Gloria Hayes; 280ct70; C23990. 

THE FUN AND CARE OF GERBILS, by Janice 
K. Robinson & Gloria Hayes Kremer. 

2 v. Recording script. © Pet Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 24Sep70; DU78328. 

THE FUN AND CARE OF GOLDFISH, by Gloria 
Hayes (Gloria Hayes Kremer) 1 v. Re- 
cording script. © Gloria Hayes; 
280ct70; C23987. 

FUN AND CARE OF GUINEA PIGS AND 
HAMSTERS. See 
THE FUN AND CARE OF A GUINEA PIG. 

THE FUN AND CARE OF KITTENS, by Janice K. 
Robinson & Gloria Hayes Kremer. 1 v. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Pet Productions, Inc.; 31Aug70; 
DU77904. 

THE FUN AND CARE OF TROPICAL FISH, by- 
Gloria Hayes Kremer. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Gloria Hayes; 280ct70; 

c 23988. 

FUN IN LETHE. See 
UNDERGROUND. 

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED IN THE GARDEN OF 
EDEN, a rough outline of a script for 
an Off Broadway play, a motion picture 

6 an opera-ballet by Thomas A. Palmer. 
1 v. Four acts. © Thomas A. Palmer; 
210ct70; DU786IO. 



FUTURE OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. 
FIRING LINE. 180. 



See 



A GAGGLE OF SKITS, by Joseph Beitel, 
James Wegner & Jan Harting. 14 1. 
© Joseph Beitel & James Wegner; 
15Jun70; DU78123. 

GALLANT TAILOR. See 

GRIMM BROTHERS' FAVORITES. 

THE GAME...? A play by Joseph Curran. 
21 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l6Mar70, DU76606. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Joseph L. Curran; 
23Jul70; DU7772?- 

GAMES ARE FOR CHILDREN; original story 
and screenplay by Stephen Heu. 1 v. 
© Stephen A. Heu; 20Jul70; DU77715 ■ 



THE GAP; original screenplay by Jane 
Chambers. 130 1. © Jane Chambers; 
25Nov70; DU7S713. 

A GAP IN GENERATIONS, a full length 
play created in the style of commedla 
dell' arte by Jerry Blunt with mem- 
bers of The Affamati Co. (The Hungry 
Ones), optional songs by Betty 
Andrews. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
107 p. Two acts. Includes music for 
4 songs. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
70ct70; DP7505. 

A GARDEN IS A LOVES OME THING, a short 
play in two acts by Elvir Winter 
Gilmore. 9 1. © Elvir Winter Gil- 
more; 130ct70; DU78359. 

THE GARDEN OF DELIGHTS (Le Jardin des 
delices) By Arrabal; translated by 
Ruth Newton. 1 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. © Ruth 
Newton; l8Nov70; DU78606. 

GARDNER BUICK DEAR JOHN SERIES, by 
Eugene R. Tanz. Sheet. Script. 
© Cox & Tanz, Inc.; 6Nov70; C24000. 



GATEAU IN A CAGE. 
THE FRENCH CHEF. 



See 



GAUCHO, by Gloria Gonzalez. 27 1. 
A screenplay. © Gloria Gonzalez; 
6jul70; DU77594. 

DAS GEHEIMNIS; Komische Oper in drei 
Akten by Friedrich Smetana; text von 
Eliska Krasnohorska; Deutsche Uber- 
setzung von Kurt Honolka. 256 p. 
© Musikverlag Josef Weinberger, 
G.M.B.H.; 9Sep70; DU77946- 

THE GEMINI MISSION; screenplay by Donald 
R. Boyle. 107 1. © Donald R. Boyle; 
I40ct70; DU78374. . 

GENEALOGY, by Bill Comeau 8: Pete Levin. 
Sheet. © Poison Ring Productions, 
Inc.; 6Aug70; C23654. 



GENERAL WITHOUT A SWORD. 
TRILOGY: THREE PLAYS. 



See 



GENERATION, a one act play by Gerald 
Friedberg. 7 1. © Gerald Friedberg; 
23Nov70; DU78691. 

GENESIS PART II, a musical comedy of 
errors by Ira Gasman. 1 v. Two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Ira 
Gasman; 6Jan71; DU78912. 

GENTES DU THEATRE FRANCAIS. See 
BALZAC. 
LABICHE. 

GENTLE PIERRE; four one act plays by 
Shelly E. Reuben (Rochelle E. Reuben) 
A suite in Arcadia; Humanity, I hate 
you; A smile. A scribble. A tear; 
Gentle Pierre. 1 v. © Rochelle E. 
Reuben; 7Dec70; DU78799. 



THE GENTLEMAN CALLER. 
A BLACK QUARTET. 



See 



GEORGE JOHNSON IS A SON-OF-A-BITCH. 
See 
THE ART OF COMMUNICATION. 

GERALD; written by Alan D. Gerstel. 
1 v. A screenplay. © Alan D. 
Gerstel; 30Nov70; DU7&T39. 



GERALDINE GOES TO ACTING SCHOOL. 
THREE FACES OF GERALDINE. 

GERALDINE GOES TO COLLEGE. See 
THREE FACES OF GERALDINE. 

GERALDINE, THE RAVON LADY. See 
THREE FACES OF GERALDINE. 



See 



GERMAN DRAMA SERIES. 
WALLENSTEIN. 



See 



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THE GERMAN FATHER, by Dennis Must. 1 v. 
A play. © Dennis Must; 26jun70; 
DU77992. 

GERMAN FOR CHILDREN, by Eva Lachman. 
Video tape cartridge scripts. © Eva 
Lachman. 
Program no. 
1. © 17JU170; C23590. 

GET HIP, by John Howard. 1 v. A musi- 
cal play in 2 acts. © John Howard; 
8Sep70; DU78066. 

GET PRISCILLA, by Jack Cahill (John P. 
Cahill, Jr.) Ill 1. A screenplay. 
© John P. Cahill, Jr.; l40ct70; 
DU78371- 

GETTIN' IT TOGETHER, a steady rap by 
Richard Wesley. 1 v. Two scenes. 
© Richard Errol Wesley; 17Aug70; 
DU77917 . 

THE GHETTO SKETCHES, by Odie Hawkins. 
300 1. A play in 4 acts. © Odie 
Hawkins; 230ct7O; DU78693. 

THE GHOST OF THE MCCARTHY-ARMY HEARINGS. 
See 
FIRING LINE. 86 & 87 . 

GHOSTS. See 

FOUR MAJOR PLAYS. 

GHOSTS, AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, THE WILD 
DUCK, & HEDDA GABLER (Four plays) By 
Henrik Ibsen; introd. by Benfield 
Pressey. 2d ed. New York, Holt, 
Rinehart & Winston. 424 p. (Rinehart 
editions) Appl. states prev. pub. as 
Three plays, 1948. © on introd.; Ben- 
field Pressey; l6jul70; A178546. 

GHOSTS OF DEADWOOD GULCH; audio-visual 
presentation, nineteen historic 
episodes by Nell Perrigoue. 28 1. 
© Nell Perrigoue; l8Dec70; DU78 



THE GIFT OF THE GODS, a play by E. E. 
Benoist. 73 1. Five acts. © E. E. 
Benoist; 2Nov70; DU78509. 

GILMORE BROTHERS SHOW. See 
PLAY MOXIE. 

PLAY MUSIC. 

PLAY PEPSI. 

GINZBERG AND THE CHINESE VIRGINS, by 
Joel M. Reed. 139 1. Screenplay. 
© Joel M. Reed; 2Sep70; DU77883. 



GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST. 
MARY 0. 



See 



GIRLFRIEND, a comedy in two acts by 
David Percival. 1 v. © David 
Percival; 9Dec70; DU78849. 

GLIMPSES, by John Harrison Lynn. 1 v. 
A play in 5 acts . © John Harrison 
Lynn; 70ct70; DU78336. 

DIE GLOCKE; Groteske in einem Akt by 
Peter Slavik. Wien, Universal Edi- 
tion. 36 p. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 2Feb70; DFO-1754. 

GLORY HOLE, by Jack Jeglum (John Boylan, 
pseud.) 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Harriett Jeglum; 18Nov70; DU78828. 



GLORY IN THE DUST. 
BENEDICT ARNOLD. 



See 



GO FOR BROKE, by Shelly E. Reuben 

(Rochelle E. Reuben) 107 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Rochelle E. Reuben; 
7Dec70; DU78798. 

GOD ANSWERS THE PRAYER OF NORMAN CORWIN, 
1970, by Kenneth L. Darby. 6 1. 
© Kenneth L. Darby; 17Aug70; C23694. 

GOD BLESS GOD -- SHE NEEDS IT, a mad- 
house with music; book & lyrics by 
Patricia Horan, music & additional 
lyrics by Victoria Vidal. 77 1. 
Two acts. Book & lyrics oi.ly. 
© Patricia Horan; 13Aug70; DU77823 . 

GOD DOG, an acting version of a play by 
Gerome Ragni. 123 1. © Gerome Ragni; 
28May70; DU77636. 

GOD IS MOVING, by Lawrence Roberts. 
Sheet. Appl. states prev. reg. NM: 
new lyrics. © Herman Lubinsky d.b.a. 
Planemar Music Co.; 15JU170; C23578. 

GOD SAYS THERE IS NO PETER OIT; written 
by Bill Hare (William Hare) 63 1. 
Screenplay. © William Hare; lApr70; 
DP7384 . 

GOD'S HALL OF FAME, by Hazel I. Shanks. 
2 1. © Hazel Irene Shanks; 260ct70; 
C23978. 

GOD'S IN THE CLOSET, a play in two acts 
by Karen Lee Malouf . 1 v. © Karen 
Lee Malouf; 17Jul70; DU77687. 

GOD'S PATHWAY, by Betty Dickinson. 
Sheet. Recitation. © Betty Dickin- 
son; 210ct70; C23886. 

GOD'S STEPCHILDREN, a play in three acts 
by Madeline Davidson; based on the 
novel by Sarah Gertrude Millin. 1 v. 
© Madeline Davidson; 200ct70; DU783O5. 

GOD'S SUN AND THE SON OF GOD, by Freddie 
H. Dunn. 4 1. Sermon. © Lion Pub. 
Co.; 4Sep70; C2380O. 

GOIN' TO A FUNERAL? By Kornel Petro- 
vitch Martinuk, pseud, of Robert 
Wesley Martin. 55 1. A play. 
© Robert Wesley Martin; 6jul70; 
DU77604. 

GOING; choreography by Marion Scott, 
pseud, of Marion Rosalsky; notation by 
Stephanie Thomas. 1 v. Lebanotation. 
© Marion Scott; 90ct70; DU78417 . 



GOING TO POT. 
FOUR FARCES. 



See 



GNORP! The great American musical by 
Robert W. Preston. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Robert Williamson Preston; 90ct70; 
DU78321. 



THE GOLD DOUBLOON, a musical fantasy for 
children, text & lyrics by Barbara 
W. Burke, music by Francis H. Burke. 
1 v. © Barbara W. Burke & Francis H. 
Burke; 22JU170; DU77833. 

GOLD RUSH TROUPERS; or, Next week: East 
Lynne. An affectionate comedy by Bar- 
ney Gould (Burnell Gould) 1 v. Three 
acts. © Barney Gould; 21Dec70; 
DU78917 . 

GOLDEN GOOSE. See 

GRIMM BROTHERS' FAVORITES. 

THE GOLDEN MEAN, written by Barbara 
Sapinsley. 8 1. Slide film script 
In 58 scenes. © Stride, Inc.; 
4Aug70; C23616. 

THE GOLDEN THREAD AND OTHER PLAYS, by 
Emilio Carballido; translated by Mar- 
garet Sayers Peden. Austin, Tex., 
University of Texas Press. 237 P- 
(The Texas Pan American series) NM: 
introd. © Emilio Carballido; l8Sep70; 
A190053. 



GOLDINI FLEECE. 
YUCK. 



See 



GOLD'S PARADISE. See 

A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE MAY BE A DANGEROUS 
' THING-,. BUT AN OCCUPIED COLLEGE IS 
WORSE. 

GOLEM LAZADASA (Golem, der Rebelle) 

Egyfelvonasos zenedrama; czimii dramai 
kimbolumab6l vett szovegne-irta Bretan 
Mikl6s (Nicolae Bretan) Zenejet 
Kaczer Illes Golem ember akar lenni. 

1 v. Hungarian & German. © Judith 
Bretan Le Bovit; 10Aug70; DU783O3. 

GOLF BALLS AT- BREAKFAST . See 
THE PHOEBES. 

A GOOD DAY FOR PIGS; or, Good morning 
blues. By Jon Surgal. 73 1. A 
play. © Jon Surgal; I60ct70; 
DU78387. 

GOOD FRIDAY, by William Harrar. 45 1. 
A play. © William Sanders Harrar; 
9Nov70; DU78548. 

THE GOOD KID, by Ruth Amsterdam. 15 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Ruth Amsterdam; 
6Aug70; DU77845. 

THE GOOD LIFE; training version written 
by F. William Holford. 11 1. Slide 
film script in 73 scenes. © Stride, 
Inc.; 4Aug70; C23623. 

GOOD MORNING BLUES. See 
A GOOD DAY FOR PIGS. 

GOOD MORNING, CALIFORNIA, a musical 
comedy in three acts by Esther B. 
Glaser. 59 1. © Esther B. Glaser; 
l8Sep70; DU78167. 

GOODBYE TOMORROW, by Suzanne Brock. 
47 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Suzanne Brock; 
20JU170; DU7764.0. 

GOODNIGHT GEORGE; GOODNIGHT GREGORY, by 
Paul J. Hastings. 49 1. A play. 
© Paul James Hastings; 15Sep70; 
DU78130. 

GOODNIGHT, MORNINGSTAR, a comedy in 
three acts by James V. Gill. 1 v. 
© James V. Gill; Uun70; DP7471. 

GOONEY BIRD. See 

THE MAGNIFICENT MADAM. 

GORBODUC; or, Ferrex and Porrex. By 
Thomas Sackville & Thomas Norton; 
edited by Irby B. Cauthen, Jr. Lin- 
coln, Neb., University of Nebraska 
Press. 88 p. (Regents Renaissance 
drama series) (A Bison book, BB 235) 
Five acts. NM: introd., annotation 
& compilation. © University of Neb- 
raska Press; 20Aug70; A176566 . 

DER GOTT IM KREML. See 

DIE GROSSE UND DIE KLEINE WELT. 

GOVERNING THE CITIES. See 
FIRING LINE. 100. 

GOVERNMENT AT WORK. See 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 

GRACE IS A GIRL'S NAME, a dramatic 
collage in one act by Janet McCall . 
68 1. © Janet McCall; 17Dec70; 
DU78883. 

A GRADUATE LIBRARY SCHOOL IN A UNIVER- 
SITY COMMUNITY, a proposal by Carl T. 
Cox. 10 1. © Carl Thomas Cox; 
l8Dec70; C24346. 

A GRADUATION MESSAGE, by Ferd Luecking. 

2 sheets. © Ferd Luecking; l4Dec70; 
C24340. 

GRADY, a screenplay by Ira Wallach. 
150 1. © Ira Wallach; 30Dec70; 
DU78975- 



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July-Dec. 



GRAND TENEMENT, AND NOVEMBER 22; two 
works in progress by Tom Eyen. 1 v. 
Plays. © Tom Eyen; 4jan71; DU78949- 

GRANDFATHERS - GRANDMOTHERS, by Red 

Skelton. 2 1. © Richard Red Skelton; 
30Sep70; C23889. 

THE GRAPE AND COBALT ASSAULT; or, You 
ain't just awhistling Dixie says 
i. frans nowak, a drama by i. frans 
nowak. By W. A. Frankonis. 1 v. 
A play- © W. A. Frankonis; 17Jul70; 
DU77689. 

THE GRAPE TREE, a farce-comedy in three 
acts by John Simonds . 80 1. © John 
L. Simonds; 27JU170; DU77755 . 

GRAPHING LINEAR FUNCTIONS. 4 1. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesots 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. 9Nov70; 
C24003 . 

GREASE, a rock 'n' roll musical about 
1950 's teenagers; book, music & lyrics 
by Warren Casey & Jim Jacobs. 1 v. 
Two acts. Book only. © Warren Casey 
& Jim Jacobs; l4Dec70; DU78858. 

THE GREAT AMERICAN ELECTRIC OPERA, 
a script for a musical theatrical 
peace by Herbert M. Gesner VII. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Herbert M. 
Gesner; 5Nov70; DU78521. 

THE GREAT CHINESE REVOLUTION OF ABRAHAM 
LINCOLN LEE, by Anthony Scully. 70 1. 
A play in 22 scenes. © Anthony 
Scully; 21Sep70; DU78192. 

THE GREAT GODS, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Carol Massey. 31 1. © Carol Massey; 
6jul70; DU77596- 



GREAT GOODNESS OF LIFE. 
A BLACK QUARTET. 



See 



THE GREAT LOVER, a comedy-drama in seven 
scenes by Barnett Shaw. 68 1. Based 
on Mile, de Belle-Isle, by Alexandre 
Dumas, pere. © Barnett Shaw; 27Jul70; 
DU77751. 

THE GREAT PLAYWRIGHTS, twenty-five 
plays with commentaries by critics & 
scholars chosen & introduced by Eric 
Bentley. Vol. 1-2. Garden City, N.Y., 
Doubleday. 2 v. © on introd., head- 
notes, bibliography & compilation; 
Nelson Doubleday, Inc.; 20Nov70; 
A198462. 

GREAT SCARECROW SCARE. See 

BATMAN: THE GREAT SCARECROW SCARE. 

GREAT TWEED, by R. Garbin. 75 1. 
A play in 12 scenes. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 10Apr67, DU68389 & 190ct67, 
DU69971. NM: revisions. © Ronald A. 
Garbin; 6Nov70; DU78542. 

GREECE: THE PERSIAN WARS. 6 1. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 
9Nov70; C24062. 



THE GREENGAGE SUMMER, by Rumer Godden; 
dramatized by Ruth Perry. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 125 P- Three acts. 
© Dramatic Pub. Co.; 230ct70; DP7475- 

GRIMM BROTHERS' FAVORITES. 8 v. 

Filmstrip scripts. Contents: Little 
Red Riding Hood. — The six servants. — 
Snow White and Rose Red.— The golden 
goose. --The gallant tailor. --The three 
daughters. --The frog prince. --The 
nose. Appl. author: Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films, a division of Esquire, 
Inc. © Coronet Instructional Films, 
a division of Esquire, Inc.; 24Aug70; 
C23834. 

DIE GROSSE UND DIE KLEINE WELT; ausge- 
w'ahlte Theaterstucke by Friedrich 
Schreyvogl. Wien, Ssterreichische 
Verlagsanstalt. 310 p. (Ssterreich- 
ische Dramatiker der Gegenwart) Con- 
tents: Habsburgerlegende.--Der Gott lm 
Kreml.— Die kluge Wienerin. — Titania. 
NM: revision. © on Die kluge Wienerin 
& Titania; Osterreichische Verlagsan- 
stalt; 7Jan70; DFO-1760. 

GROWTH OF ANCIENT EGYPT,. See 
LIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT. 

GROWTH OF TOWNS AND CITIES. See 
SETTLING THE WEST. 

GUILT, a musical fable in two acts; 
book & lyrics by Robert L. Oshins . 
72 1. © Robert L. Oshins; 12Nov70; 
DU78403 . 

THE GULL, a comedy in four acts by 

Chekhov, a new translation by Bernard 
W. Sznycer. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 2Nov67, DU70003 . NM: revision. 
© Katharine Sergava & Bernard W. 
Sznycer; l4Sep70; DU78114 . 

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. See 
FAVORITE CHILDREN'S BOOKS. 

LES GUSS; 3 actes d'Anne Caprile . 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1969- NM: 
new dramatization. © Anne Caprile; 
290c t70; DU78482. 

THE GUTTMAN ORDINARY SCALE, by Martin 
Duberman. 28 1. A play. © Martin 
Duberman; 280ct70; DU78473. 

THE GYMNASIUM, a play by Lewis Hess. 
64 1. Two acts. © Lewis L. Hess, 
Jr.; 10Sep70; DU78088. 



HAMBURGER DINNER IN HALF AN HOUR. 
THE FRENCH CHEF. 



See 



GREEK DRAMA SERIES. 
THE PERSIANS. 



See 



GREEN ALERT, a full-length play by Anne 
Coulter Martens. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 63 p. Two acts. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 230ct70; DP7476 . 

GREEN MONKEY. See 

THREE ORIGINAL PLAYS FOR CHILDREN. 



H 



HB EGGS. See 

THE FRENCH CHEF. 

HABSBURGERLEGENDE. See 

DIE GROSSE UND DIE KLEINE WELT. 

HADRIEN VII, by Peter Luke; avant-propos 
& adapte de 1' anglais par Jean- Louis 
Curtis. [Paris] Gallimard. 124 p. 
(Theatre du monde entier) Two acts. 
© on French translation; Editions 
Gallimard; 150ct70; DFO-1789. 

HAIL TO THE CHIEF 1 By Richard E. Jack- 
son. 78 1. Screenplay. © Richard E. 
Jackson; 17Jul70; DP7381. 

HALALI; Farce in einem Akt by Peter 
Slavik. Wien, Universal Edition. 
27 p. © Universal Edition, A.G.; 
2Feb70; DFO-1756. 

HALF-LIFE EXPERIMENTS. See 

PROJECT PHYSICS TEACHER BRIEFINGS. 

HALLOWEEN NIGHT, by Carol Ann Krause. 

2 1. A skit. Includes music & lyrics 

to 1 song. © Carol Ann Krause; 
10Aug70; DU77821. 



HAMLET, by William Shakespeare; edited 
by J. Leeds Barroll. Dubuque, W. C. 
Brown Co. 101 p. (The Blackfriars 
Shakespeare) Five acts. NM: addi- 
tional text, compilation & revisions. 
© Wm. C. Brown Co. Publishers; 
31Mar70; AI88087 . 

HAMLET, by William Shakespeare; with 
reader's guide by Henry I. Christ. 
Teacher's ed . New York, Amsco School 
Publications. 442 p. Five acts. 
NM: annotations & reader's guide. 
© Amsco School Publications, Inc.; 
260ct70; A192583- 

HAMLET, BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: LESSONS 
IN CRITICAL READING AND WRITING, by 
Daniel F. Howard. New York, Harcourt 
Brace Jovanovich. 232 p. Five acts. 
NM: editorial matter. © Harcourt 
Brace Jovanovich, Inc.; 17Jun70; 
A170943. 

HAMLET NOW, by Cyrus Lewis, pseud, of 
Cyrus Friedman. 27 1. Five acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 23May43, 
D84582. NM: additions Sr revisions. 
© Cyrus Friedman (Cyrus Lewis); 
19Jun70; DP7479- 

HANG LOOSE, a musical in two acts; 
music, Bea Stulbaum; lyrics, Eleanor 
Mamorsky. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Bea Stulbaum & Eleanor Mamorsky; 
2Dec70; DU78659. 

HANSEL AND GRETEL, by Michele L. Vacca 
in collaboration with Harry Lee 
Rogers. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Michele L. Vacca; 300ct70; 
DU7865I. 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, WANDA JUNE, a new play 
by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Final script. 
1 v. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 2Sep70, DU78022. NM: revisions. 
© Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.; 230ct70; 
DU78446. 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, WANDA JUNE, a new play 
by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Rev., Aug. 24, 
1970. 1 v. Two acts. © Kurt Vonne- 
gut, Jr.; 2Sep70; DU78022. 

HAPPY DAY, a musical play; book, lyrics 
& music by Byron Bentley. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Byron Bentley; 15Jun70; 
DU77606. 

THE HAPPY HOUR, a play by Ladislas 

Fodor. 92 1. Three acts. © Ladislas 
Fodor; 9Jul70; DU77625. 

HAPPY PRINCE. See 

FAVORITE CHILDREN'S BOOKS. 

HARLEQUIN'S END; opera in one act by 
Frank Lewin. 24 1. Based on the 
play A merry death, by Nikolas 
Evreinov. Libretto. Appl. states 
prev. reg. HNov22, A6869OI. NM: 
additions. © Frank Lewin; 2Nov70; 
DU78649. 

HARMONY. 11 1. Filmstrip script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College; 28Nov70; C23829- 

HARMONY. Unit 5. 11 1. Filmstrip 

script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
10ct70; C23933. 

HARRIET TUBMAN, by Donald Smith, pseud, 
of John Hines. New York, New Dimen- 
sions Pub. Co. 61 p. Three acts. 
© New Dimensions Pub. Co., Inc.; 
Uan70; DP7409- 



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HAUNTED HOUSE, by Flip Wilson (Clerow 
Wilson) 4 1. Monolog. © Clerow 
Wilson; 17Nov70; C24262. 

HAVE CONTROLS, WILL TRAVEL; a comedy in 
three acts by Prances Craze. Frank- 
lin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 106 p. 
© Eldridge Pub. Co.; 15Sep70; DP7523. 

HE HAD ITI A comedy- drama in two acts 
by J. S. Reese. 1 v. © J. S. Reese; 
9Jul70; DU77620. 

HE LOVES ME NOT, an original screenplay 
by Madlyn Lee Richey. 8l 1. © Madlyn 
Lee Richey; 190ct70; DU78395 • 

HE WHO SAYS YES (Der Jasager) School 
opera in 2 acts by Kurt Weill; libret- 
to by Bert Brecht (Eugen Berthold 
Friedrich Brecht); from the Japanese 
Noh-play Taniko, adapted into English 
by Arthur Waley; English translation 
by J. M. Potts. London, Universal 
Edition. 51 p. Three acts. Vocal 
score. Appl. states prev. pub. 1930. 
© Universal Edition (London) Ltd.; 
28Feb69 (in notice: 1968); DF2054. 

HE WHO SWIPES THE ICE, floES TO THE 
COOLER. See 

BATMAN: HE WHO SWIPES THE ICE, GOES 
TO THE COOLER. 

HEADS. See 

COLLECTED PLAYS. 

THE HEALING METHOD OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, 
a Christian Science lecture by James 
Spencer. 37 1. Appl. author: Christ- 
ian Science Board of Directors, em- 
ployer for hire. Appl. tl. : A lecture 
on Christian Science. © Christian 
Science Board of Directors; 9Nov70; 
C24285 . 

THE HEALTH STAMP, a lecture by J. A. 
Munro. 2 sheets. © Jerrold A. Munro; 
I60ct70; C23962. 

HEARTS AND FLOWERS; book by Ralphael 
Palomino (Ralph Palomino); adapted 
from the novela Clemencia, by Ignacio 
Manuel Altamirano. 52 1. A musical ' 
play in 2 acts. Book only. © Ralph 
Palomino; l4Dec70; DU78766. 

HEDDA GABLER. See 

GHOSTS, AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, THE 
WILD DUCK, & HEDDA GABLER. 

HEIDI. See 

FAVORITE CHILDREN'S BOOKS. 

HELEN LIVES. See 

HOMER TWICE REMOVED. 

HELEN'S HOME, a play in three acts by 
James Gross. 1 v. © James Richard 
Gross; 23Nov70; DU78687. 

HELLO DUMMY; or, Just a game. By 
Germaine Mamalakis. 62 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Germaine Mamalakis; 
HAug70; DU77908. 

THE HEN-PECKED PSYCHIATRIST, by Edmund 
T. Sulkevich. 54 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Edmund T. Sulkevich; 8jul70; 
DU77614 . 

HENRY AND LORNA AND GROVER AND IRIS. 
See 
NO CUCKOLDS BARRED. 

HENRY RUDGE, a screenplay by Glen C. 

Daniels. 97 1. © Glen C. Daniels; 

3Aug70; DU77798. 
HENRY THE FOURTH. See 

THE FIRST PART OF KING HENRY THE 
FOURTH. 

HERE COME THE RATTLESNAKES, by W. L. 
Bagwell. 3 1. © Canaanland Music; 
HDec70; C24311. 



HERE WE GO MERRILY DOWN THE DRAIN, a 
now and then musical by Alan Foster 
Friedman. 89 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Alan Foster Friedman; 10ct70; 
DU78095 . 

THE HERETIC KING. See 
TRILOGY: THREE PLAYS. 

HERETICS. See 
THE SEEKERS. 

HERR JOB. See 
TOLLHAUS WELT. 

HER(R) PROFESSOR, a play in one act by 
Michael McGrinder. 26 1. © Michael 
McGrinder; 5Nov70; DU78532. 

HEY, BOY! A musical drama of today; 
words, music & book by Stan Mallow 
(Stanley Mallow) 36 1. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Stanley Mallow; 
17Aug70; DU77915- 

HIBERNATION: MAMMALS. 6 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 
C24075. 

HIDDEN MOMENTS IN HISTORY, by Margaret 
L. Tenpas. 12 1. A play. © Margaret 
L. Tenpas; 12Nov70; DU78577. 

THE HIDE AND SEEK ODYSSEY OF MADELINE 
GIMPLE, a play for children by Frank 
Gagliano. Dramatists Play Service. 
40 p. Four scenes. With music. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5Dec67, 
DU70209. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Frank Gagliano; 24Sep70; DP7448. 

HIGH FLYING BIRD MEETS THE FANGED AND 
POISONOUS GOLDEN WHIP SERPENT; or, 
How would you like a great big kiss? 
A film by Milton Moses Ginsberg. 
118 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
10May68, DU71501. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Milton Moses Ginsberg; 
l8sep70; DU78307. 

HIGH IN A FOUR-CORNERED WORLD, a comedy 
in three acts by Douglas M. Young. 
105 1. © Douglas M. Young; l6Sep70; 
DU78151. 



HIGH ON THE HOG. 
PIG. 



See 



HIGH ROAD TO ARALU; three one act plays 
by Jerome Edmond Plantagenet, pseud, 
of J. R. Harmacek. Venus on the cusp; 
Cordelia in nimbus; Limerick on a 
pickle barrel. 69 1. © J. R. 
Harmacek d.b.a. Calif. Theatrical 
Properties; 21Aug70; DU78122. 

HIGH SEASON GLORY OF THE SUMMER SEDUCER; 
the new, now dramatic screenplay writ- 
ten by Jay Brunhouse (Jacob S. Brun- 
house, Jr.) 68 1. © Jacob S. Brun- 
house, Jr.; 210ct70; DU78429 . 

HIGHER EDUCATION, a serio-comic fantasy 
in three acts by Lee Scoggins . 
101 1. © Lee Scoggins; 25May70 (in 
notice: 1969); AI87819. 

HILLARY, by William Cushing; editorial 
assistance & additional dialogue by 
Raymond Espino. 1 v. Screenplay. 
© William Cushing; 13Jul70; DU77881. 

HILLBILLY HAVEN, by Donna D. Douglass. 
1 v. A musical play in 4 scenes. 
© Donna D. Douglass; 22Sep70; 
DU78202. 

DIE HIMMELBLAUE TRUHE. See 
TOLLHAUS WELT. 

HINKY, DINKY, PARLEZ VOUS , by H. S. Liu. 
1 v. A screenplay. Appl. author: 
Jack W. Rosenberg, employer for hire. 
© H. S. Liu; 10Aug70; DU77746. 



HINTERLAND STAIRS, by Reppert Galvin 
(Matthew R. Galvin) 65 1. A play. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 19Mar69, 
DP6956. NM: revision & addition. 
© Matthew R. Galvin; 10Sep70; DU78093 . 

THE HIPPIES THROW A BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR 
JULIE ANN, a play in three acts by 
Fred Schlick. Vashon, Wash., Fred 
Schlick Pub. Co. 26 1. © Fred 
Schlick; 300ct70; DP7474. 

HISTORY. See 

THE MEMORY BANK. 



HISTORY AND CULTURE. 
SEEING BRAZIL. 



See 



THE HISTORY OF TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, 
by William Shakespeare; edited by 
Virgil K. Whitaker. Rev. ed . Balti- 
more, Penguin Books. 156 p. (The 
Pelican Shakespeare, Alfred Harbage, 
general editor) Five acts. © Pen- 
guin Books, Inc.; 270ct70; AI94338. 

HITLER (Chronique de la vie et de la 
mort d' Hitler) Von der Armensuppe 
bis zum Fuhrerbunker; Stuck in fiinf 
Tellen by Christian Liger; Deutsch 
von Heinz Schwarzinger . [Austria] 
Universal Edition. 205 p. © Univer- 
sal Edition, A.G.; l4Dec70; DFO-1794. 

HOCUS-POCUS, by Joseph Scott Kierland. 
1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Joseph Scott Kier- 
land; l6Dec70; DU7882I. 

HOLE IN THE WALL. See 
FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE. 

HOLIDAY FOR SANTA, an original musical 
adapted, written & edited by Blanche 
Thebom. 39 1. A play. Book & lyrics 
only. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Blanche Thebom; 21Dec70; DU7E 



HOLLER HAPPY, a comedy for the screen by 
Tom Rowe (Thomas L. Rowe) 182 1. 
© Tom Rowe; 4Dec70; DU78789. 

HOLY DAYS, an original screenplay by 
Larry Neal & Evan Walker. 85 1. 
© Larry Neal & Evan Walker; 24Sep70; 
DU78211. 

HOME BEFORE DARK. See 
I REMEMBER ABILENE. 



HOME FROM VIETNAM, by Robert E. Todd. 
10 1. A play. © Robert E. Todd; 
5Nov70; DU78526. 

THE HOME SURVEY; nightmare burlesque in 
one act by Alan Ormsby. 17 1- © Alan 
Robert Ormsby; 20Jul70; DU77710. 

HOMER TWICE REMOVED. Vol. 2 by Bernhard 
Frank. Pts.3-5: Helen lives; Agamem- 
non's bath; Paris judges. 88 1. 
Three plays. © Bernhard Frank; 
l4Sep70; DU78116. 

L 1 HOMME QUI N'AVAIT RIEN FAIT, by 
Thierry Maulnier, pseud, of Jacques 
Talagrand . [Paris] Hachette. 157 P- 
(Les Soirees du Luxembourg) Twenty 
eight scenes. © Librairie Hachette; 
30Sep70; DFO-1791. 

HON-SOPPA, a comedy in two acts by Sam- 
uel A. Boyea. 90 1. © Samuel A. 
Boyea; 7Jul70; DU77631. 

HOPE, REASON, AND HISTORY, by Robert 
McClenon. 2 1. © Robert C. McClenonJ 
10Jul7O; C23559. 

HOPI. See 

SOUTHWEST INDIAN FAMILIES. 



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July-Dec. 



HORIA; opera in 4 acte; llbretul, scos 
din tragedia lstorica alui Ghita Popp, 
si musica de Hicolae Bretan. 3 v. 
© Judith Bretan Le Bovit; 10Aug70; 
DU78304 . 

THE HORSEMEN AND THE SURVIVOR, a cere- 
mony with dialogue for the theater by 
Lawrence Parke. 57 1. Two acts. 
© Lawrence Parke; 28jul70; DU77646. 

HORSESHOES, a play by Paul Dexter. 
62 1. © Paul Dexter; 190ct70; 
DU78389. 

HORTICULTURIST. See 

THE ART OF COMMUNICATION. 

THE HOUSE AT BETHANY, by Alan Poole. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 16 p. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 26Jun70; 
DP7363- 

THE HOUSE CALL, by Diane D. Norton. 
1 v. A play in 2 scenes. © Diane D. 
Norton; 4Dec70; DU78790. 

HOUSE FULL. Sheet. Script. Appl. au- 
thor: Quality Bakers of America Coop- 
erative, Inc. © Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative, Inc.; 4Dec70; 
C 24 295 . 



HOW ABOUT LENTILS. 
THE FRENCH CHEF. 



See 



HOW COULD YOU LOSE THE PRINCESS? 

Freely adapted from Adenes li Rois ' 
epic poem Berta of Hungary, by Raymond 
E. Krenzke. 37 1. A play In 2 acts. 
© Raymond E. Krenzke; 5Aug70; DU77829- 

HOW DID I GET TO WHERE I'M AT? Or, The 
only good head's the redhead. An en- 
tertainment in two parts & one act by 
Harley Hackett. 1 v. © Harley 
Hackett; 25Sep70; DU78217. 



HOW FLOWERS MAKE SEEDS. 
THE SEED PLANTS. 



See 



HOW GOD IS USING ALL BAPTISMS, by Helen 
Hale. 6 1. © Helen Hale; 6Aug70; 
C23730. 

HOW GOD IS USING ALL BAPTISMS, by Helen 
Hale. 4 p. © Helen Hale; 10Aug70; 
C23723- 

HOW GOES IT WITH THE POVERTY PROGRAM. 
FIRING LINE. 135. 

HOW MANY TICKETS DOES IT TAKE TO RIDE A 
BLUE HORSE ON A HOT JULY DAY, a come- 
dy-drama in 3 acts by H. Barrington 
Watts. 136 1. © Homer Barrington 
Watts; 29Sep70; DU78232. 

HOW MANY TIMES DID YOU SEE, EAST OF 
EDEN? By James Bridges. 26 1. 
A play. © Skyewiay Productions, Inc.; 
6Aug70; DU77837. 

HOW MUCH, HOW MUCH? A play in two acts 
by Peter Keveson. Dramatists Play 
Service. 72 P- Appl. states prev. 
reg. 15Apr70, DU77417 • NM: additions 
& revisions. © Peter Keveson; 
l8Dec70; DP7513- 

HOW PETER THE PRICK FOUND LOVE, by 
William Kushner & Dennis Geisel. 
24 1 A play. © William Kushner & 
Dennis Geisel; 13Nov70; DU78582. 

HOW THEY SPROUT AND GROW. See 
THE SEED PLANTS. 

HOW TO GET A JOB. 8 1. Recording 

script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 
C24066. 



HOW TO GET RICH WHILE SLEEPING. 4 1. 
Script commentary to a film slide 
presentation. Appl. author: Revac, 
Inc. © Revac, Inc.; 8Sep70; C23770- 

HOW TO OBEDIENCE TRAIN YOUR DOG, by 
Janice K. Robinson & Gloria Hayes 
Kremer. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Pet Productions, Inc.; l4Aug70; 
DU78879. 

HOW TO OPERATE THE SPIRIT DUPLICATOR. 
Lesson 3, by C. A. Rohr. 5 1- Film- 
strip script. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District; 
28Sep70; C23919. 

HOW TO OPERATE THE STENCIL DUPLICATOR. 
Lesson 3, by C. A. Rohr. 4 1. Film- 
strip script. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District; 
28sep70; C23915 ■ 

HOW TO OPERATE THE TEN-KEY ADDING MA- 
CHINE, by C. A. Rohr. 11 1. Record- 
ing script. © Mt. San Jacinto Col- 
lege a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District; 28Nov69; C23831. 

HOW TO PREPARE A MASTER. Lesson 2, by 
C. A. Rohr. 6 1. Filmstrip script. 
Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; 28Sep70; 
C23918. 

HOW TO PREPARE A STENCIL USING THE TYPE- 
WRITER. Lesson 2, by C. A. Rohr. 
5 1. Filmstrip script. Appl. author: 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 28Sep70; C239W . 

HOW TO RELATE TO OUR WORLD, a Christian 
Science lecture by Paul A. Erickson. 
27 1. Appl. author: Christian Science 
Board of Directors, employer for hire. 
Appl. ti.: A lecture on Christian Sci- 
ence. © Christian Science Board of 
Directors; 9Nov70; C24287. 

HOW TO STOP FEELING GUILTY, by Gene Em- 
met Clark. 9 1. © Gene Emmet Clark; 
30Nov70; C24245. 

HOW TO USE A DISTRIBUTOR TESTER. M-50A. 
10 1. Tape script. Appl. author: Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District; 
28Sep70; C23906. 

HOW TO USE THE ILLUMINATED DRAWING 

BOARD. Lesson 4, by C. A. Rohr. 5 1. 
Filmstrip script. Appl. author: Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District; 
28sep70; C23916. 



HOW WICKED WILL TRICKED THE DEVIL. 
WILL OF THE WISP. 



See 



HOW WOULD YOU LIKE A GREAT BIG KISS. 

HIGH. FLYING BIRD MEETS THE FANGED 
AND POISONOUS GOLDEN WHIP SERPENT. 

HOW YOU CAN GUARANTEE YOUR COLLEGE DE- 
GREE, by Anthony John Scarwid III & 
Jack Michael Ayoub, Jr. 9 1. Lec- 
ture. © Jack Michael Ayoub, Jr. & 
Anthony John Scarwid III; 2Nov70; 
C24144 . 

HOWIE, THE LATE NIGHT WEATHERMAN, by 
Gloria Gonzalez. 38 1. A play. 
© Gloria Gonzalez; 6jul70; DU77595- 



HUBERT'S MUSEUM, by Lenny Bruce. Sheet. 
Monolog. © Douglas Music Corp.; 
5Aug70; C23679. 

HUCKLEBERRY FINN, an opera in two acts 
based on the novel by Samuel L. Clem- 
ens; music by Hall Overton; libretto 
by Judah Stampfer & Hall Overton. 
1 v. Libretto. © Judah Stampfer k 
Hall Overton; 9Nov70; DU78413. 

THE HUMAN CARNIVAL, an epic play in 
three masks; music & lyrics by Milas 
Hurley. 5th draft, Nov. 16, 1970. 
133 1. Based on a collaboration with 
Mary Wood. © Milas L. Hurley, Jr. & 
Mary Wood; 23Nov70; DU78692. 

HUMAN SEXUALITY, by Dr. Caprio & others. 
237 1. Script. Appl. author: Crea- 
tive Cassettes Corp. © Creative Cas- 
settes Corp.; 220ct70; C23983. 



HUMANITY, I HATE YOU. 
GENTLE PIERRE. 



See 



HUNTING SEASON, by Andrew Laszlo. 
142 1. A screenplay. © Andrew 
Laszlo; 19Nov70; DU7867I. 

HURLUBERLU. See 

NOUVELLES PIECES GRINCANTES . 

HYMN TO DEMETER. See 

DEMETER. 
HYMN TO HERMES. See 

DEMETER. 



I 



I AM ELISABET. See 
THE WILD HEART. 

I AM THE WAY, by Bill Comeau & Pete 
Levin. Sheet. © Poison Ring Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 6Aug70; C23657. 

I ATE EROS; screenplay for a motion pic- 
ture by Lee Nordness. 286 1. © Lee 
Nordness; 200ct70; DU78421. 

I CAN'T IMAGINE TOMORROW, by Tennessee 
Williams (Thomas Lanier Williams) 
(In Dragon country. New York, New Di- 
rections Pub. Corp. p. 133-150) Appl. 
states prev. pub. 20Feb66, BB35377. 
NM: revision. © Tennessee Williams; 
30Mar70; DP7414. 

I DECLASE, by Dennis W. Strong, Jr. 1 v. 
© Dennis W. Strong, Jr.; 50ct70; 
C23896. 

I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW EVE, by William J. 
Goldstein. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© William J. Goldstein; 9Nov70; 
DU78549. 

I DIDN'T KNOW THE MOON SHINES IN THE 
AFTERNOON . See 
ROOFTOP. 

I DON'T KNOW IS BETTER; the initial seg- 
ment in a television series by J. B. 
Ferzacca. 43 1. (The Runaway) 
© John B. Ferzacca; 190ct70; DU78784. 

I GAVE IT TO HIM, by Stanley Laurel & 
Oliver Norvell Hardy. Sheet. Dialog. 
© Douglas Music Corp.; 7Aug70; C2369I. 

I GOT GERMS ALL UNDER MY BODY. No.l; 
comedy monolog by John Michael 
Keohane. 4 1. © John Michael 
Keohane; 3Sep70; C23799. 

I HAVE A DREAM; words & music by Howard 
Scott 8c others. 3 1. © Far Out Mu- 
sic; 290ct70; C23900. 

I HAVE POWER FROM GOD, a speech by Law- 
rence R. Rosano. Sheet. © Lawrence 
R. Rosano; 13Jul70; C23579. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



135 



I HEAR THE ROBIN; story "by Mary R. 

MacRae; music & lyrics by Robert West, 
Betty West (Elizabeth Anne West) & 
Mary MacRae. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Mary Rose MacRae, Robert West & 
Elizabeth West; 4Sep70; DU78036. 

I HEARD IT WITH MY OWN TWO EARS; writer- 
producer, Ailene S. Goodman. 4 1. 
Sounds script. © Spoken Arts, Inc. & 
Ailene S. Goodman; 6jul70; DU77609. 

I JUST DO IT AND • THAT'S ALL, by Lenny 
Bruce. Sheet. Monolog. © Douglas 
Music Corp.; 5Aug70; C23676 . 

I KNOW MY KINGS AND SHEPHERDS; one -act 
play by Shirley McPherson. 11 1. 
© Shirley McPherson; 3Dec70; DU78775- 

I, MONSTER; screenplay by Milton Subot- 
sky. 85 1. Appl. author: Vanguard 
Productions, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Vanguard Productions, Inc.; l60ct70; 
DU78247. 

1-95; original screenplay by Anton 
Holden. 123 1. © Anton Holden; 
6Nov70; DU78536. 

I REMEMBER ABILENE, a play in two acts 
by Jane Erickson. 80 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Home before dark, 
DU77613. NM: additions. © Jane 
Erickson; 23Nov70; DU78685. 

I REMEMBER SPAGHETTI, a one act comedy 
by Kristina Lee Briegel. 25 1. 
© Kristina Lee Briegel; 9Jul70; 
DU77623 . 

I WANT TO DIE! I WANT TO LIVE! One act 
play by Gladys Simon. 48 1. © Gladys 
Simon; 24Aug70; DU77960. 

I WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW, written 
by Lloyd E. Young. 10 1. Slide film 
script in 105 scenes. © Stride, 
Inc.; 4Aug70; C23618. 

IOARIAN WAY (Icarus 2) Screenplay 
shooting script by Barbara Isaacs. 
1st draft. 123 1. © Barbara 
Isaacs; l6jul70; DU77907. 

ICHABOD CRANE AND THE HEADLESS HORSE- 
MAN, by Richard Mazza; freely adapted 
from the tale by Washington Irving. 
35 1- A play in 10 scenes. © Richard 
V. Mazza; 30Nov70; DU787J+O. 

IDEALISTS. See 
THE SEEKERS. 

IDENTIFICATION. See 

BANK ROBBERY PROCEDURE. 

IDENTIFICATION OF FAULTS IN RETREADED 
TIRES — MISSED FITS. Program no. 2. 
Appl. author: AMF Voit, Inc. © AMF 
Voit, Inc.; l4Sep70; C23846. 

IDENTIFICATION OF FAULTS IN RETREADS. 
Program no.l: The three danger signs. 
9 1. Appl. author: W. J. Voit Rubber 
Corp. © W. J. Voit Rubber Corp.; 
25May70; C23570. 

IDIOT'S NEST; play in three acts by 
Philip M. Smith. 115 1- © Philip M. 
Smith; 13Jul70; DU77657- 

THE IDOL'S EYE, an original screenplay 
by Barry Hughart. 68 1. © Barry 
Hughart; 150ct70; DU78383. 

IF I WERE GOVERNOR (If you were gover- 
nor) Originated by Jo Blaze Regan & 
Phil Regan. 8 1. (America's armchair 
philosophers' conference of the air) 
Television script. © Jo Blaze Regan & 
Phil Regan; 27Jul70; C23563. 



IF YOU WERE A STREETLIGHT! By P. Brooke. 
8 1. Script. Appl. authors: Spoken 
Arts, Inc. & Pamela Brooke. © Spoken 
Arts, Inc. & Pamela Brooke; 50ct70; 
C23850. 



IF YOU WERE GOVERNOR. 
IF I WERE GOVERNOR. 



See 



IF YOU'RE BLIND, LIGHT IS A DARKNESS, 
by Myron Levoy. 12 1. A play. 
© Myron Levoy; 23Jul70; DU77719. 

IF YOU'RE FROM MILWAUKEE, YOU MUST KNOW 
BERNIE! A new musical; music by Mor- 
ris Bobrow; book & lyrics by Morris 
Bobrow & Asher Rubin. 50 1. Nine 
scenes. © Morris Bobrow & Asher 
Rubin; 15Jul70; DU77677- 

ILLICIT GRAVE DANGER, by Lee Paulman, 
pseud, of Paul B. Lichtman. 16 1. 
© Paul B. Lichtman; 25Sep70; C23884. 

ILLUMINATI; esoteric comedy by Vera 
Morosoff. 121 1. © Vera Morosoff; 
120ct70; DU78355- 

I'M A HAPPY MAN (Loving you) By Fred 
Atkins & Annie Bell Atkins. 3 1. 
© Fred Atkins & Annie Bell Atkins; 
29JU170; C23663. 

IM SALOON ZUM LETZTEN RITT (Last Chance 
Saloon) Stuck in einem Akt von Andy 
Robinson; aus dem Amerikanischen uber- 
tragen von Riidiger Joppien. Wien, 
Universal Edition. 69 p. © Universal 
Edition, A.G.; HFeb70; DFO-1755. 

I'M TIRED OF TALKING ABOUT SEX EDUCA- 
TION, by Charles L. Tooman; introd. by 
John H. Tanton. 15 1. Lecture. 
© Family Enrichment Bureau; 5Nov70; 
C23997 . 

AN IMAGE OF DEATH, by Barry C. Brown. 
16 1. A play. © Barry C. Brown; 
1JU170; DU77582. 

IMAGES, a play in one act by Richard W. 
Rappaport. 15 1. © Richard W. 
Rappaport; 13Nov70; DU78583. 

THE IMAGO, an original screenplay by 
Fritz Roland & Christopher Jones. 
135 1. © Fritz Roland; 12JU170; 
DP7379- 

THE IMMACULATE DAUGHTERS OF THE NATIONAL 
CONCEPTION, a myth by Stan Thomas. 
26 1. A play. © Stan Thomas; 4Sep70; 
DU78033. 

IMPACT, A SPACE ADVENTURE, an original 
film play by Virgil Jackson Lee. 
63 1. © Virgil Jackson Lee; l4Sep70; 
DU78780 . 

IMPACT -- LISTENING GROUP: FRESHMAN 
ORIENTATION SERIES, by Donald A. 
Tubesing. 27 1. Recording script. 
© Donald A. Tubesing; 25Nov70; C24178. 

IMPERIAL INTERMEDIATE READING. 
Unit 1-8. 8 v. Tape scripts. 
Appl. author: Imperial International 
Learning Corp. Appl. ti. : Imperial 
intermediate reading program. © Im- 
perial International Learning Corp.; 
8jul70; C23562. 

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING STUPID, a play 
by Maxime Furland . 35 1- Four 
scenes. ©Maxime Furland; l60ct70; 
DU786OI. 

IMPROVING OUR HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS 

SERIES; written & narrated by Maurice 

L.-Pettit. 1 v. Tape scripts. 

© Maurice L. Pettit; 200ct70; C24259. 



IN MEMORIAM J.F.K., a play by Martin J. 
O'Malley. 17 1. Four scenes. 
•© Martin J. O'Malley; l4Dec70; 
DU78767. 

IN MEMORIAM R. K. , by Martin J. 

O'Malley. 14 1. A play. © Martin J. 
O'Malley; 300ct70; DU78497. 

IN THE ABSENCE OF FISH, by Gary Martin 
20 1. A play. © Gary Martin; 
7Dec70; DU78804 . 

IN THE BAR OF A TOKYO HOTEL, by Tennes- 
see Williams (Thomas Lanier Williams) 
Two parts. (In Dragon country. New 
York, New Directions Pub. Corp. 
p. 3-53) Appl. states prev. pub. 
150ct69, DP7148. NM: revision. 
© Tennessee Williams; 30Mar70; DP7413. 

IN THE COURTYARD. See 
TALES OF LIZA. 

IN THE HOUSE.- See 
TALES OF LIZA. 

IN THE HOUSE OF SHILLER, a play in one 
act by Edmund Bardack. 34 1. 
© Edmund Bardack; 27JU170; DU77750. 



IN THE ROYAL OAK. 
TALES OF LIZA. 



See 



IN THE SHADOW OF TARA, a play in three 
acts by Geraldine F. Brady, pseud, of 
Geraldine F. Kruesi. 28 1. © Geral- 
dine F. Kruesi; l60ct70; DU78179. 

IN THE TIME OF HARRY HARASS, by Carolyn 
Erwyn Rossi. 1 v. A play. © Car- 
olyn E. Rossi; 31Aug70; DU77885. 

IN THE WORKS, a play in three scenes by 
Dan Duling (Daniel Dale Duling) 18 1. 
© Daniel Dale Duling; 7Dec70; DU78805. 

IN WINTER THE SPARROWS STAY, by Delbert 
W. Mullens. 15 1. A play in 5 
scenes. © Delbert W. Mullens; 27JU170 
27Jul70; DU77761. 

IN YONDER SHADOWS, by Joseph Kesselring. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Charlotte 
E. Kesselring; 3Aug70; DU77693. 



INCHES AND FRACTIONS. 
MEASUREMENT SKILLS. 



See 



THE INCIDENT, a two act play with epi- 
logue, by H. V. Ketchum. 1 v. © Har- 
riet V. Ketchum; 2Dec70; DU78752- 

INCIDENT AT AMBERVILLE, by Larry Blyden 
& Archie Downey. 2d draft. 132 1. 
Screenplay. © Larry Blyden & Archie 
Downey; 27Jul70; DU77771. 



INCONSTANT SAINT. 
BODY AND SOUL. 



See 



THE INDEPENDENT FEMALE; or, A man has 
his pride. By Joan Holden. 28 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © San Francisco 
Mime Troupe, Inc.; 8Sep70; DU78067 . 

INDIAN CORN, & SHECHAM MINE; dramatico- 
musical compositions by David Sheldon 
DeWall. 17 1. © David Sheldon 
DeWall; 24Feb70; DP7370. 

INDIANS' PRAYER OF THANKSGIVING, by 
Eddie Benton (Edward Benton) Sheet. 
© Edward Benton; 12Nov70; C24l4g. 

INDUSTRY AND TRADE. See 
SEEING BRAZIL. 

THE INFANTA'S ROSE, by Nita M. Renfrew. 
52 1. Screenplay. © Nita M. Renfrew; 
10Aug70; DU77770. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



INFESTED; or, The city's full of them. 
An original screenplay by Robert 
Beardsley 8c George Linjeris. 93 1. 
© Robert Beardsley & George Linjeris; 
9Apr70; DP7485. 

INFORMAL CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES. See 
PROJECT PHYSICS TEACHER BRIEFINGS. 

INITIAL SOUNDS WE HEAR; auditory recog- 
nition of initial consonants, by Elma 
Witsaman & Aileen Greanya. 55 1. 
17 lessons. © Elma Witsaman & Aileen 
Greanya; l8Sep70; C23866. 

THE INITIATION, by Noel B. Campbell & 
Kent Carroll. 1 v. Screenplay. 
© Mrs. Noel B. Campbell; 21Dec70; 
DU78926. 

THE INNER-CITY CHILD -- HIS EDUCATION, 
by Virginia A. McDivit. 24 1. 
Script. © Virginia A. McDivit; 
12Nov70; C24291. 

THE INS AND OUTS OF THE DRAFT, by 
Max A. Keller. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Max A. Keller; Uul70; 
C25537- 

INSANITY, a play by Kenneth Garon. 
50 1. Five acts. © Kenneth L. 
Garon; 17Dec70; DU78889. 

INSHALLAH, THE ODYSSEY OF A YOUTH IN 
SEARCH OF HIS SOUL, a dream play by 
Josef Kindl. 98 1. © Josef Kindl; 
2Nov70; DU78506. 

INSIDE MY HEAD: THE SOCIOLOGY OF YOUTH 
FORMS, by Barry Litvack. 44 1. 
A play in 12 scenes. © Barry Litvack; 
8JU170; DU77616. 

INSIDE 2001, a space opera by Alexis A. 
Gilliland. 18 p. Book & lyrics only. 
©Alexis A. Gilliland; 22May70; 
AI6385I. 

INSIDERS AND OUTSIDERS: AN ESSAY IN THE 
SOCIOLOGY OF KNOWLEDGE, by Robert K. 
Merton. 36 1. Lecture. ©Robert 
K. Merton; 10ct70; C2389I. 

INSTAMATIC OIL SYSTEM TAKES THE WORRY 
OUT OF LUBRICATION FAILURE, by Hugh P. 
Miller, 4 1. Lecture. Appl. ti. : 
Instamatic oil systems. © Hugh P. 
Miller; 6jul70; C23554. 

INSTRUMENTATION. See 

BASIC INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY. Program 
no.l. 

INSURANCE ENDURANCE, by Dayton Allen. 
3 1. Television script. © Dayton 
Allen; 8Sep70; C23806. 

INTERACTION ANALYSIS: TEACHER/PUPIL, 
by Leif Fearn. 5 1. © Leif Fearn; 
27Jul70; C2365I. 

INTERLUDES, by Robert William Scott. 
Sheet. © Church Lane Music, Inc.; 
23Nov70; C24174 . 

INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA SCRIPTS, by Joseph 
Newmyer & Gus Klentos . 1 v. 
© Charles E. Merrill Pub. Co.; 
2Nov70; 0239^- 

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE. See 
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN SERIES. 

INTERNAL FOUR-STROKE CYCLE COMBUSTION 
ENGINE. See 
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN SERIES. 

INTERPLAY, by Shirley Guy. 17 1. 
A play. © Shirley Guy; 300ct70; 
DU78491. 



INTERPRETING SPINAL FLUID FINDINGS, by 
K. M. Mann. 8 1. Duologue. © K. M. 
Mann; 24jul70; C23612. 

INTERVIEW WITH A CELEBRITY PRESENTS IN- 
TERVIEW WITH DR. RUBIN PUMP, by Joseph 
Corona & Ross Tarara. 3 1- © Joseph 
A. Corona & Ross Tarara; 22Jul70; 
C23607. 

INTI (The creator) By Robert Alan 
Berger. 20 1. A play in 1 act. 
© Robert Alan Berger; 28Sep70; 
DU78228. 

INTIMATE RELATIONS , an original play 
in three acts by F. A. Pettinelli. 
1 v. © Frances Pettinelli; 19Nov70; 
DU7867 1 +. 

INTO THY HANDS, a Christmas play by 
Vincent F. Sargent. 26 1. Three 
acts. © Vincent F. Sargent; 31Aug70; 
DU78411. 

INTRODUCTION TO SPIRIT DUPLICATION. Les- 
son 1, by C. A. Rohr. 4 1. Filmstrip 
script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
28Sep70; C23917 . 

INTRODUCTION TO STENCIL DUPLICATION. 
Lesson 1, by C. A. Rohr. 5 1. Film- 
strip script. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District; 
28Sep70; C23912- 

INTRODUCTION TO ZERO. 6 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 
C24126. 

INTRODUCTIONS, by Linda Colley. 1 v. 
A musical play in 12 scenes. Book 
only. © Linda Colley; 280ct70; 
DU78604. 

INVASION OF THE HUMANOIDS; original 
story and screenplay by Larry G. 
McKee. 45 1. © Larry George McKee; 
10Aug70; DU77862. 

THE INVITATION, a play in 3 acts by 
Jochen Ziem; English version of Die 
Einladung by William R. Elwood. 1 v. 
© William R. Elwood; 27JU170; DU77758. 

INVITATION TO THE VOYAGE, a play in 
three acts by Margaret Lamb. 84 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 13Sep66, 
DU66818. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Margaret A. Lamb; 5Nov70; DU78412. 

IRENE IN MULTIPLE ACCELERATION, by Josef 
Skvoreck^& Zdena Salivarova, pseud, 
of Zdena Skvoreeka. 84 1. Screen- 
play. © Josef Skvoreek* & Zdena 
Skvoreeka; 200ct70; DU78420. 

IRISH DRAMA SERIES. See 
DEIRDRE. 

IRISH PLAY SERIES. See 
LITTLE CITY. 

THE IRISH PROBLEM. See 
FIRING LINE. I59. 

AN IRREVERENT EVENING WITH THE THIRD 
CITY, written by Craig C. Eley & 
others. 11 1. Three plays. © Craig 
C. Eley, Raymond J. Byrd, Philip S. 
Ashley & Stuart A. Gindoff; 27Jul70; 
DU77780. 



IS DAN JACKSON GUILTY? A drama in 
three acts by Eugen Reiehbach. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5Sep67, 
DU69538 & others. NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Eugen Reiehbach; 28Dec70; 
DU78959. 

IS SATURN OPEN ON SATURDAY NIGHT? A 
farce comedy for the day after to- 
morrow by Harold Igo. 1 v. Three 
acts. Appl. states unpub. version 
prev. reg. NM: additions. © Harold 
Igo; 22Dec70; DU78954. 

IS SHE AN AGENT? A musical play in 
2 acts by J. J. Auerbach. 87 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Joseph J. Auer- 
bach; 27NOV70; DU78597 . 

IS THERE A PLACE FOR THE OLD ORDER. 
See 
FIRING LINE. I63 . 



IS THERE LIFE ON EARTH. 
ENVIRONMENT OF MAN. 



See 



ISLE OF SPICE, by Bella Shafran. 55 1. 
Four scenes. © Bella Shafran; 
15Dec70; DU78908. 

ISMA; ou, Ce qui s'appelle rien. Suivi 
de Le Silence et Le Mensonge, du 
Nathalie Sarraute. [Paris] Gallimard. 
101 p. (Le Manteau d'arlequin) NM: 
addition of Isma. © Editions Galli- 
mard; 22Jun70; DFO-1770. 

ISOLANDATION, by James Chase. 263 1. 
A" play in 3 acts. © James L. Chase; 
9Jul70; DU77626. 



THE ISSUES IN- THE SCHOOL STRIKE. 
FIRING LINE. 131. 



See 



THE IT CLUB CASANOVA, by Carl H. Lewis. 
14 1. A play in 2 acts. © Carl H. 
Lewis; 25Sep70; DU78318. 



IT HAPPENED IN SKYLARK, an original 

story written & developed into screen- 
play by H. E. Dean. 30 1. © H. E. 
Dean; 4Dec70; DU78788. 



IT SLOUCHES TOWARD HOBOKEN, by Michael 
Randall Lange. 1 v. A musical play 
in 3 acts. © Michael Randall Lange; 
2Jul70; DU77586. 



IT WON'T BE LONG NOW, by Madeline Black- 
more. 14 1. A play. © Madeline 
Blackmore; 23Jul70; DU77722. 

IT'S ABOUT TIME; book, words & music by 
Jay Chernis . 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. NM: complete new script, 
music & lyrics. © Jay Chernis; 
9Nov70; DU78451. 

(IT'S ALL IN) THE PROGRAM, a play in 
several scenes by Steven B. Samuels. 
Final script. 46 1. © Steven B. 
Samuels; 190ct70; DU78433. 

IT'S COMING UP AGAIN, by W. Leo Daniels. 
6 1. Sermon. © Lion Pub. Co., Inc.; 
2Nov70; C23994. 

ITS LIBRARIES AND MUSEUMS. See 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 

ITS MONUMENTS AND MEMORIALS. See 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 

IT'S PSYCH*E*DELIC, ISN'T IT? A comedy 
in two acts by Michael Templon. 
1 v. © Michael P. Templon; 24jul70; 
DU77741. 



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JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, by Michele L. 
Vacca. 48 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Michele L. Vacca; 17Sep70; DU78152. 

DIE JAGD NACH DEM RABEN, by Eugene- 
Marin Labiche; Komodie in fiinf Akten 
aus dem Franzosischen Ubertragen von 
H. C. Artmann & Barbara Wehr. [Aus- 
tria] Universal Edition. 180 p. 
©Universal Edition, A.G.; 130ct70; 
DFO-1792. 

JAILHOUSE LAWYERS, a comedy of prison 
life by Jeremy L. Evans. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Jeremy L. Evans; lSep70; 
DU78049. 



JAMES ROSATI, SCULPTOR. 
ARTISTS AT WORK. 



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JAMIMMA, by Martie Evans-Charles (Martha 
Evans -Charles) 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. ©Martha Evans-Charles; 
50ct70; DU78259. 

JARDIN DES DELICES. See 
THE GARDEN OF DELIGHTS. 

JASAGER. See 

HE WHO SAYS YES. 

JAZZNITE, a jazz musical for the stage 
in one act by Walter Jones. 77 1. 
Book only. © Walter Jones; 30Nov70; 
DU78658. 



JEAN VON DER TONNE. 
DIE DRITTE FRONT. 



See 



JENNY WILEY! A new musical by C. Mit- 
chell Douglas. 71 1. Twelve scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © C. Mitchell 
Douglas; l6Nov70; DU78605. 

JEREMY AND THE THINKING MACHINE, a musi- 
cal play for children by Ja.net 
Neipris 8- Barbara Greenberg. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Janet L. Neipris & 
Barbara L. Greenberg; 31Aug70; 
A176726. 



JERICHO; original screenplay by Len 
Hodera (Leonard Hodera) 1st draft. 
164 1. © Leonard Hodera; 17Sep70; 
DU78156. 

JET PLANE RIDE. See 
SCIENCE SPECTRUM. 

LE JEU DE LA MISERICORDIEUSE; or, Le 
testament du Chien. D'Ariano Suas- 
suna; adapte du bresilien par Michel 
Simon-Bresil, pseud, de Michel Simon. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 103 p. (Theatre 
du monde entler) © Editions Galli- 
mard; 15Jun70; DFO-1766. 

A JIFFY, by Stanley Laurel & Oliver 
Norvell Hardy. Sheet. Dialog. 
© Douglas Music Corp.; JAug70; C23687 . 

JINGLE. Sheet. Script. Appl. author: 
Quality Bakers of America Cooperative, 
Inc. © Quality Bakers of America Co- 
operative, Inc.; 4Dec70; C24293. 



JOE MAGARAC. See 
AMERICAN FOLKLORE. 



JOE OVERSTREET, SOUL PAINTER. 
ARTISTS AT WORK. 



See 



JOHN F. KENNEDY, by Philip Benjamin, 
pseud, of John Hines . New York, New 
Dimensions Pub. Co. 52 p. © New Di- 
mensions Pub. Co., Inc.; Uan70; 
DP7412. 



JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN. 
FOUR MAJOR PLAYS. 



See 



JOHN AND ANDY'S PATENTS; written by 
Andrew Lebiak. 12 1. A play. 
© Andrew Lebiak; 6Nov70; DU78538. 



JOHN HANCOCK, PORTRAIT OF AN EMPTY 
BARREL, by J. I. Rodale. 2d ed . 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. states 
copyright is not claimed in recorded 
song- lyrics. © J. I. Rodale; 8Sep70; 
DU77950. 

JOHN HENRY. See 
AMERICAN FOLKLORE. 

JOHN MAYALL INTERVIEW, by John Mayall. 
Sheet. © St. George Music, Ltd.; 
70ct70; C23935- 

JOHNNY AND THE MOHAWKS; words & music by 
Elizabeth Maconehy; illustrated by 
Joanna Troughton. London, Oxford 
University Press. 24 p. (Oxford 
instrumental series, no. 3) © Oxford 
University Press; 27Aug70; DFO-1775- 

JOHNNY APPLESEED, a contemporary fron- 
tier musical by Fredd Wayne & Charles 
Champlin; music & lyrics by Ray 
Stevens. 65 1. Two acts. Book only. 
© Charles Champlin, Sr. & Fredd Wayne; 
210ct70; DU78206. 

JOHNNY GLOW'S ROOM; book, lyrics & music 
by Mon Jonel, pseud, of David Martin 
Auerbach. 90 1. A play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © David Martin 
Auerbach; 10Aug70; DU77868. 

JOHNNY, I'D RATHER SEE YOU DEAD; origi- 
nal screenplay by Carroll Raver. 
173 1. © Carroll Raver; 28Dec70; 
DU78963. 

JOHNNY WHO? Screenplay by Donald 
Douglas, pseud, of Donald R. Boyle. 
130 1. © Donald R. Boyle; 4Sep70; 
DU78034. 

JOHNNY WHO? Screenplay by Donald 
Douglas, pseud, of Donald R. Boyle. 
132 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
4Sep70, DU78034. NM: revisions. 
© Donald R. Boyle; 12Nov70; DU78579- 

JONAH AND THE WHALE, by Bob Curlee; 
music by Ken Flowers. 1 v. A play. 
© Bob Curlee; 24jul70; DU77633. 

JONATHAN WILD, by Deloss Brown (Deloss 
Stoddard Brown IV) 123 ' 1 . A play in 
2 acts. © Deloss Stoddard Brown IV; 
10Dec70; DU78835 . 

JOSE AND THE PAMPA. See 
SOUTH AMERICAN FAMILIES. 



JOSEPH THE SECOND, THE FIRST, a play by 
Catherine Blankenship . 51 1. © Cath- 
erine Blankenship; 30Dee70; DU7897I. 

JOURNALS OF NEWS AND OPINION. See 
FIRING LINE. 103 . 

JOURNEY IN A RAINDROP; created and writ- 
ten by Richard & James Walkow; music 
& lyrics by James Walkow. 1 v. Book 
& lyrics only. © James Walkow & Rich- 
ard Walkow; 6jul70; DU78045 . 

A JOURNEY INTO THE DIABOLICAL, a play 
in three acts by Noel Lester. 
78 1. © Noel B. Lester; 30Sep70; 
DU78238. 

JULIA, a full-length play by Kenneth 
Higgins. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
96 p. Three acts. Based on the tele- 
vision series created by Hal Kanter. 
© Dramatic Pub. Co.; 10Sep70; DP7432 . 



JULIUS CAESAR, by William Shakespeare; 
edited by Rudolph E. Habenicht . Du- 
buque, W. C. Brown Co. 74 p. (The 
Blackfriars Shakespeare) Five acts. 
NM: additional text, compilation & 
revisions. © Wm. C. Brown Co. Pub- 
lishers; 5Jun70; A188084. 

JULIUS CAESAR, by William Shakespeare; 
with reader's guide by Helene Cunning- 
ham. Teacher's ed . New York, Amsco 
School Publications. 298 p. Five 
acts. NM: annotations & reader's 
guide. © Amsco School Publications, 
Inc.; 260ct70; AI92582. 

JUMP WITH JOY FROM THE VERRAZANO BRIDGE, 
a play in 3 acts by Ralph Levitsky. 
114 1. © Ralph Levitsky; 6jul70; 
DU77605. 

JUST A GAME. See 
HELLO DUMMY. 

JUST GIVE ME MY BOOTS & SADDLE; or, You 
can't ride into Dodge dressed like 
that, Lonesome. The wildest ... tape 
recorder home entertainment; original 
comedy play. 1 v. (Sho-Biz produc- 
tion scripts) Seven scenes. Ten 
scripts & character cards in box. 
Appl. authors: William Lee Gray, Jr. & 
Anne Gardiner Tesch. © Moody, Ltd.; 
loDec70; DP7517. 

JUST HAVING FUN, an allegorical, musical 
play by Michael Asson. 12 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Michael A. 
Asson; 120ct70; DU78162. 

JUST ONE NIGHT, a play in three acts, 
one set, three characters by P. J. 
Farrell. 1 v. © Patrick J. Farrell; 
12Nov70; DU78568. 

JUST THINKING OUT LOUD; author, J. D. 
Sumner. Sheet. Recitation. © Gospel 
Quartet Music, Inc.; 12Nov70; C24176. 

THE JUSTICE BOX, by Michael Robert 
David. 95 1. A play in 5 scenes. 
© Michael Robert David; 2Jul70; 
DU77584. 



K 



K LIKE IN KARMA, a one-act play by 
James Bridges. 15 1. © Skyewiay 
Productions, Inc.; 6Aug70; DU77838. 

THE KAMA SUTRA, an organic happening 
by Tom Eyen. 1 v. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Tom Eyen; 
4jan71; DU78946. 

KAMIKAZE; story & screenplay by Rod 

McCaia (James R. McCall) 59 1. © Rod 
McCall; l4Dec70; DU78928. 

KARATE, by K. M. Mann. 7 1. Dialog. 
© K. M. Mann; 24Jul70; C23613. 

KASPAR AND OTHER PLAYS, by Peter Handke; 
translated by Michael Rolof f . New 
York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 139 p. 
Contents: Offending the audience. -- 
Self-accusation. --Kaspar. Appl. au- 
thor: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc. 
Appl. states Kaspar prev. reg. 5May69, 
01171533. © on translation; Farrar, 
Straus & Giroux, Inc.; 26Feb70 (in no- 
tice: 1969); DP7376. 

KEEF HARTLEY INTERVIEW, by Keef Hartley. 
Sheet. © St. George Music, Ltd.; 
70ct70; C23936. 

KEEF HARTLEY INTERVIEW AND JOHN MAYALL 
INTERVIEW, by Keef Hartley & John 
Mayall. Sheet. © St. George Music, 
Ltd.; 70ct70; C23937 • 



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KEEP THE HOMEFIRES BURNING, by G. M. 
Loney. 18 1. A play. © Glenn Mere- 
dith Loney; l4Dec70; DU78862. 

KELLEY GOLIGHTLY, by Ron Werbow (Ronald 
Werbow) 123 1. A play In 3 acts. 
© Ronald Werbow; 30Jul70; DU77785- 

KENNEDY YEARS, BASED ON AMBASSADOR'S 
JOURNAL. See 
FIRING LINE. 183. 

THE KENNEDYS, an idyll In four acts by 
John Milton Baker. 107 1. © John 
Milton Baker; 30Sep70; DU78245. 

KENNENEH AND THE GORILLA. See 
AFRICAN FOLKTALES. 

KETCHUP AND ROSES; comedy in three acts 
by Cleopatra Bolotine. 96 1. 
© Cleopatra Bolotine; 28Aug70; 
DU77928. 

KEY TO LESSON ON CARBON DUPLICATION. 
8 1. Script. Appl. author: Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District; 
28Sep70; C23909- 

KEY TO THE KEYS FOR THE BLIND AND 
PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED. Vol.1, by 
Gale Pederson. 11 p. © Gale 
Pederson; HSep70; C23840. 

KEY TO TRANSCRIPTION. Lesson 3. 6 1. 
Script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
28Sep70; C23925- 

KEY TO TRANSCRIPTION TAPES. 6 1. 

Script. Appl. author: Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Ja- 
cinto Junior College District; 
28sep70; C23923- 

KIBBUTZ 52, WHERE ARE YOU? By Edward J. 
Sliva. 11 1. A play. @ Edward J. 
Sliva; 6jul70; DU77601. 

KIDNAPPED, an original story written & 
adapted for television by Pearl Kiger. 
30 1. © Pearl Kiger; l8Sep70; 
DU78169. 

KING COOL, by Joseph Allen Conway. 
36 1. A play. © Joseph Allen 
Conway; 26Aug70; DU77973. 

KING LEAR, a musical corruption of the 
Shakespearean text as newly done by 
Dan Schaaf (Daniel E. Schaaf) 1 v. 
Three "acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l8May70, DU77375. ,NM: additions. 
© Daniel E. Schaaf; l8Aug70; DU77924. 

KING LEAR, by William Shakespeare; 
edited by Alfred Harbage. Rev. ed. 
Baltimore, Penguin Books. 175 P- 
(The Pelican Shakespeare) Five acts. 
© Penguin Books, Inc.; 7Aug70; 
A173365. 

KING OEDIPUS, by Sophocles; an adapta- 
tion by John Lewin. 60 1. © John 
Lewin; 24Sep70; DU78052. 

THE KING WHO CANCELLED CHRISTMAS; radio 
script by Malio J. Cardarelli. 12 1. 
© Malio Cardarelli; 7Dec70; DU78803. 



KING'S MATE; in three acts by Paul M. 
Argent ini. 1 v. A play. © Paul M. 
Argentini; 20Nov70; DU78678. 



KIVUKO, by Mary Mason. 1 v. A play in 
2 sets. © Mary Mason; 10Aug70; 
DU77869. 

THE KLEENEX PLANET, a new musical, book 

6 lyrics by Paul Foster. 1 v. 

A play. Book & lyrics only. © Paul 
Foster; 280ct70; DU78279- 

KLEINHOFF DEMONSTRATES TONIGHT, by 

Andrew Glaze. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Andrew L. Glaze; 28Aug70; DU78002. 

DAS KLIMA 1ST AUSGEZEICHNET. See 
ASPEKTE I. 

KLISMAS POTLATCH, a one-act Christmas 
historical play by Marcella Rawe. 

7 p. © The Instructor Publications, 
Inc.; 9Nov70; DP7489. 

DIE KLUGE WTENERIN. See 

DIE GROSSE UND DIE KLEINE WELT. 

THE KNIGHTS OF MOURNFUL COUNTENANCE, by 
Peter Muller. 66 1. Screenplay. 
© Peter Muller; 70ct70; DU78334- 

KOOK HOUSE, a country romp by James 
Tuttle. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© James H. Tuttle; 20Nov70; DU7868O. 



LABI CHE; ehoix etabli avec une pref., 
une chronologie, une bibliographie & 
des notices par Gilbert Sigaux. [Ge- 
neva, Switzerland] Distribue par le 
Cercle du Bibliophile. 329 P- (Le 
Theatre de Labiche, I) (Les Genies du 
theatre francais) © on pref., chrono- 
logie, bibliographie & notices; Edito- 
Service, S.A.; 15Jul70; AF0-62664. 

LABOR UNIONS AND AMERICAN FREEDOM. See 
FIRING LINE. 15*. 



LASAGNE A LA FRANCAISE. 
THE FRENCH CHEF. 



See 



LADY FROM THE SEA. 
FOUR MAJOR PLAYS. 



See 



LADY WITH A PRETTY SMILE; libretto for 
an operetta or for a musical comedy 
in three acts by Elpidio Palic-Pavlov. 
1 v. © Elpidio "Palic-Pavlov; 23Nov70; 
DU78689. 

LADYBUG, LADYBUG, a comedy by Herbert 
Schwartz. 1 v. Three acts. © Her- 
bert Schwartz; 80ct70; DU78317- 

LAKE. See 
ECOLOGY. 

LAKEBOAT, a play by David Mamet . 66 1. 
© David Mamet; 10Dec70; DU78834 . 

LAMBERT'S IN CAT HEAVEN, a one act play 
by J. W. Walker. 15 1. © James 
William Walker; 9Nov70; DU78544. 

LAMENT, a play in one scene by Richard 
Longchamps. 9 1- © Richard Long- 
champs; 28Sep70; DU78225. 



LAND AND PEOPLE. 
SEEING BRAZIL. 



See 



KINTU AND THE LAW OF LOVE. 
AFRICAN FOLKTALES. 



See 



THE LAND OF THE PRICKLY PEAE; screen- 
play by Brian Kahin. First draft. 
83 1. © Brian G. Kahin; 10Jul70; 
DU77628. 

LANDSCAPE WITH THE FALL OF ICARUS; 

original screenplay by Raul da Silva. 
1st draft. 120 1. © Raul da Silva; 
21Dec70; DU78955. 

LARGHETTO, a screenplay by Karel 

Florsheim. 56 1. © Karel Florsheim; 
2Nov70; DU78512. 



LAST ACT, a play by Jack Gilhooley. 
26 1. Includes music & lyrics to 1 
song. © Jack Gilhooley; 8Sep70; 
DU78071. 

LAST CHANCE SALOON. See 

IM SALOON ZUM LETZTEN RITT. 

THE LAST DANCE, a play by Harve Mann, 
pseud, of Harvey Sussmann. 1 v. 
(Wait until the full beard comes in, 
pt.l) Four scenes. With music. 
© Harvey L. Sussmann; 12Nov70; 
DU78562. 

THE LAST DAYS OF AGNES DAILY; first in 
a trilogy of experimental screenplays 
by Dennis Starin. 37 1. © Dennis 
Starin; l6Nov70; DU78630. 

THE LAST FULL MEASURE, by Henry R. 
Jackson. 53 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Henry R. Jackson; 70ct70; DU78296. 

LAST GASPS. See 

/CUBA SI!; BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME & 
LAST GASPS. 

THE LAST GRAD, a prize-winning drama in 
one act by Carolyn Lane. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 34 p. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 2Jun70; DP7367. 

THE LAST GREAT COCKTAIL PARTY, a two-act 
tragicomedy in one by Tom Eyen. 34 1. 
© Tom Eyen; 2Nov70; DU78511. 

THE LAST JOKE, by Enid Bagnold (Lady 
Jones) Three acts. (In Four 'plays. 
London, Heinemann. p. 83-164) 
© Enid Bagnold (Lady Jones); 5Jan70; 
DF2059. 

THE LAST OF SHERLOCK HOLMES, a comedy in 
one act by Tim Kelly. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 19 p. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 29Jul70; DP7405. 

LAST RIGHTS, a comedy by Ray Buck (Ray- 
mond J. Buck, Jr.) 102 1. Two acts. 
© Raymond J. Buck, Jr.; I6jul70; 
DU77681. 

THE LAST STRAW AND SOCIABILITY; two 
short plays by Charles Dizenzo. 
Dramatists Play Service. 45 p. Appl. 
states Last straw prev. reg. 24Nov69, 
DU75848 &' Sociability prev. reg. 
10Sep69, DU75304. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Charles Dizenzo; 
28Jul70; DP7399- 

LAST VOYAGE INTO NIGHT, by Benson E. 
Gold (Barry E. Gold) & Joel David 
Myerberg. 80 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Barry E. Gold & Joel David Myerberg; 
28JU170; DU77773- 

A LATE SNOW, a play in two acts by Jane 
Chambers. 127 1- © Jane Chambers; 
25Nov70; DU78712. 

LATER, JASON, a modern drama in four 
acts by Otto Jefferson Gibson. 16 1. 
© Otto Jefferson Gibson; 10Dec70; 
DU78830 . 



LAUREL LEAF LIBRARY. 
TWELFTH NIGHT. 



See 



LAW AND THE FUTURE. 12 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co. © Minneso- 
ta Mining & Manufacturing Co.; l4Dec70; 
C24331. 

LAWRENCE: THE LONG JOURNEY, compiled by 
Catherine R. Cowell. 145 1. (Readers 
theatre) A play in 3 acts. ©Cath- 
erine R. Cowell; 230ct7O; DU78441. 



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LEA LEBOWITZ; legend in two parts by 
Alessandro Fersen. 83 1. A P^Y- 
© Alessandro Fersen; ?Dec70; DJ7d705- 

THE LEADER; story & teleplay by James 
E. Colaneri. 57 1- Three acts. 
© James E. Colaneri; 10Sep70; DU78089. 

THE LEANING NIGHT, by Bruce Gillman. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Bruce 
Gillman; l6Sep70; DU78l46. 



LEARNING HOW TO LEARN, by Marianne Lee 
McManus. 21 1. Tape script. © Mari- 
anne Lee McManus; 2BSep70; C23931- 

LEARNING STRATEGIES, by Frank J. 

Vattano. 24 1. Tape script. © Colo- 
rado State University; 25Nov70; C24261. 

LEATHERSTOCKING, a play by Byron 

Pumphrey. 1 v. Four acts. © Byron 
Pumphrey; l4Sep70; DU78126. 

LEAVES, a play in nine scenes by John 
Meixner. 76 1. © John A. Meixner; 
28Sep70; DU78227. 

LEAVES, by Frank Weston. 115 1. 

Screenplay. © Frank Weston; 13Aug70; 
DU77897 . 



LEAVES AND THEIR WORK. 
THE SEED PLANTS. 



See 



LECHNER EDI SCHAUT INS PARADIES. See 
EDDIE LECHNER' S TRIP TO PARADISE. 

LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. See 
COMMITMENT: A CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 
APPROACH. 

THE CONTINUING REVOLUTION. 
THE CONTINUITY OF GOOD. 
THE HEALING METHOD OF CHRISTIAN 
SCIENCE. 

HOW TO RELATE TO OUR WORLD. 
WHAT'S REALLY ME. 
WHERE DO OUR RIGHTS COME FROM. 
WHERE DO WE LOOK FOR GUIDANCE. 

LECTURE SERIES, Aberdeen School of 

Writing, Louisville, Kentucky. Pt.l, 
by Gloria J. Roddey. 1 v. © Gloria 
J. Roddey; 21Dec70; C24355- 

LEDA AND THE SWAN, by Arthur W. Epstein. 
36 1. A play. © Arthur W. Epstein; 
120ct70; DU7835I. 

LEFT SHARP, a play in one act by John 
Thorburn Hall. 28 1. © John Thorburn 
Hall; 2Nov70; DU785OI. 

THE LEGEND OF PECOS BILL AND THE SECRET 
OF "INVISIBILITY, book & lyrics by 
Richard Mazza, music by Michael Graham 
Jefferson. 58 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Richard V. 
Mazza; 30Nov70; DU78738. 

LEGEND OF PRINCE AHMED AL KAMEL. See 
THE PILGRIM OF LOVE. 



LEGEND OF THE MOOR'S LEGACY. 
THE SECRET TREASURE ROOM. 



See 



THE LEMMINGS, a new play by Murray 
Spitzer. 91 1. Three acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l8jur<7 0, DU77441. 
NM: revision & new text. © Murray 
Spitzer; 270ct70; DU78462. 

LEMON SKY, by Lanford Wilson. Drama- 
tists Play Service. 72 p. Three 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
26Jan70, DU76208. NM: additions & 
revisions. '© Lanford Wilson; 50ct70; 
DP7446. 



LEONARDO'S DREAM, by Kenneth Mondshein. 
13 1. © Kenneth Mondshein; lDec70; 
C24177 . 

LESS LIGHT, by Bruce Kessler. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Bruce Kessler 
& Marc Kessler; 3Aug70; DU778OO. 

LESSONS IN CRITICAL READING AND 
WRITING. See 

HAMLET, BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: 
LESSONS .IN CRITICAL READING AND 
WRITING. 

LET AVERY DO IT, a comedy in .wo acts by 
Kathleen Pyne. 38 1. © Kathleen May 
Pyne; 7Dec70; DU78801. 

LET ME WASH YOUR BACK, by Ron Everett 
(Ronald Everett) 13 1. A play. 
© Ronald Everett; 31Aug70; DU78004. 

LET'S FLY WITH BOB BOURGEAULT, by Robert 
A. Bourgeault. Tape scripts. 
© Robert A. Bourgeault & Monica E. 
Bourgeault. 
Tape 

3. Emergencies in flight, pt.1-5. 
NM: additions. © 13Jul70; C23587. 

4. The controlled airport, pt.1-7- 
NM: additions. © 210ct70; C24l80. 

LET'S GET OFF THE THIRTY MINUTE BAND 
WAGON; submitted by Ron Mills (Ronald 
Keith Mills) 3 1. © Ronald Keith 
Mills; 290ct70; C23992. 

LET'S GOOSE THE GODS. See 
THE ELEVATOR. 

LET'S TELL PICTURE STORIES. 4 v. 
Filmstrip scripts. Contents: My 
home.— My family.— My neighborhood. 
--My favorite fun. Appl. author: 
Coronet Instructional Films, a divi- 
sion of Esquire, Inc. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; 28May70; C23538. 

LIBRA, by Carole Overall. 41 1. 
A screenplay. © Carole Overall; 
20JU170; DU77705. 

THE LIBRARY. 9 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing Co. © Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co.; l4Dec70; C24328. 

THE LIBRARY — THE CARD CATALOG SYSTEM. 
10 1. Filmstrip script. Appl. au- 
thor: Mt. San Jacinto Junior College 
District. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 28Sep70; C23928. 

LIDICE '67, a new drama in two acts & 
10 scenes by Robert Ellis. 1 v. 
Includes music & lyrics to 2 songs. 
Appl. states copyright not claimed 
for songs. © Robert Ellis; 29Sep70; 
DU78III . 

LT. COL. BOGEY; author: Thomas N. 
McLean, Jr. Sheet. © Thomas N. 
McLean, Jr.; I60ct70; C23961. 

THE LIFE AND LEGEND OF JOAQUIN MURIETA, 
by Michael Ames Viner. 14 1. 
© Michael Ames Viner; 230ct70; C23973- 

LIFE CAN BE FUN AND, FULL OF LAUGHS, by 
Larry Larsen (Albert Lawrence Larsen) 
1 v. A play. © Albert Lawrence 
Larsen; 24Aug70; DU77989. 

LIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT. 3 v. Recording 
scripts. Contents: Pt.1-3: The growth 
of ancient Egypt. — Ancient Egyptian 
civilization. — Everyday life 6f the 
ancient Egyptians. Appl. author: 
Plastic Coating Corp. © Plastic 
Coating Corp.; 2Jul70; C23823. 



LIFE IS A BACKYARD CIRCUS, a fantasy by 
David W. Shaffer. 122 1. Three 
'parts. © David Wayne Shaffer; 
HSep70; DU78106. 

LIFE IS A DREAM, a play by Pedro 
Calderon de la Barca; translated & 
with a foreword & introd. by Edwin 
Honig. New York, Hill & Wang. 119 P 
(A Mermaid dramabook) Three acts. 
© Edwin Honig; 24Sep70; DP7488. 

THE LIFE OF THE PARTY, by Daniel 

Humiston. 92 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Daniel Humiston; 16nov70; DU78634. 

THE LIFE OF WILLIAM BELIEF IN ONE ACT, 
by John M. Gavigan. 28 1. © John 
Medford Gavigan; HSep70; DU77944. 

LIFE WITH CHRIS, by Marlene P. Williams. 
6 1. (Carol Burnett show) Screen- 
play. © Marlene P. Williams; 
300ct70; DU78487. 

LIFE'S BIGGER BITE. See 

[AMERICAN SALESMASTERS CASSETTE 

RECORDINGS] Vol.2, Unit 2, side 2. 

LIFESTYLE, a dramatic comedy in two acts 
by Ben Rosa (Bernard Rosa) 88 1. 
© Bernard Rosa; 21Sep70; DU78194. 

THE LIGHT AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD; 
based on the novel by Jules Verne; 
screenplay by Tom Rowe (Thomas L. 
Rowe); additional dialogue by Lady 
Rachel Billington; additional ideas by 
Bertha Dominguez D. 178 1. Appl. 
author: Thomas L. Rowe, employer for 
hire. Appl. states prev. reg. 
30Nov70, DU78474. NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Thomas L. Rowe; 3Nov70; 
DU78593- 

THE LIGHT AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD; 
screenplay by Tom Rowe (Thomas L. 
Rowe), based on the novel by Jules 
Verne. 1st rough draft. 187 1- 
© Thomas L. Rowe; 3Nov70; DU78474. 

LIGHT OF DARKNESS, a tragicomedy in 1 
act by Bob Nagle (Robert Nagle) 
50 1. © Robert Nagle; 6jul70; 
DU77591- 

A LIGHT UNTO MY PATH, a Christmas play 
by Magaline R. Statzer. 11 1. Five 
scenes. © Magaline R. Statzer; 
4Sep70; DU78035- 

LIGHT YEARS. 6 1. Recording script. 
Appl author: Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; C24083. 

LIGHTF00T, a screenplay by William R. 
Craig. 110 1. © William R. Craig; 
17Aug70; DU77919- 

LIGHTNING AND THUNDER. 7 1- Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 
C24136. 

THE LIKE TENDER OF OUR LOVE WE MAKE, a 
comedy without intermission by John 
Arthur Anderson. 54 1. © John 
Arthur Anderson; 25Nov70; DU7877I. 

LILY DAW AND THE THREE LADIES. See 
AND I BET YOU WISH YOU WAS ME NOW. 

LIMERICK ON A PICKLE BARREL. See 
HIGH ROAD TO ARALU. 

LIQUID SAMPLING DEVICES. See 
BASIC INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY. 
Program no. 3- 



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LIQUID SAMPLING TECHNIQUES. See 

BASIC INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY. Program 
no. 2. 

LISTENING SKILLS SPECIAL. See 
A CORNER TO GROW IN. 

LIT. See 
THE BED. 

LITERATURE . See 
ONE HOUR OF LIFE. 

LITTER CRITTER. See 

A NEW APPROACH TO SOLVING THE LITTER 
PROBLEM: LITTER CRITTER. 

LITTLE BLACK PANTHER, by Eric Berne. 
2 1. A play. © San Francisco Mime 
Troupe, Inc.; llAug70; DU77872. 

LITTLE BOY. Sheet. Script. Appl. au- 
thor: Quality Bakers of America Coop- 
erative, Inc. © Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative, Inc.; 4Dec70; 
C24294. 

LITTLE CARTHAGINIAN. See 
POENULUS . 

LITTLE CITY, by Seamus Byrne with a 
pref. by M. J. Molloy. Dixon, 
Calif., Proscenium Press. 84 p. 
(The Irish play series, no. 5) 
Three acts. © Amy Byrne; 17Jan70; 
DP7360. 

LITTLE FAUSS Sc BIG HALSY, a screenplay 
by Charles Eastman. New York, Farrar, 
Straus & Giroux. 16? p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 24jul69, DU75477, & 
29Aug69, DU75931. © Alfran Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 31Aug70 (in notice: 
1969); DP742J. 

THE LITTLE FLUTE PLAYER, a one-act 
play in four scenes by Donna M. 
Schade. 1 v. With music for 1 song. 
© Donna M. Schade; 24jul70; DU77728. 



LITTLE HERO, AFTER MOLIERE. 
TRAGEDY & COMEDY. 



See 



LITTLE JOHNNY, a children's folk opera 
written by Bill Lee (William E. Lee) 
26 1. Book only. © New Version 
Music; 20Jul70; DU77708. 

A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE MAY BE A DANGEROUS 
THING, BUT AN OCCUPIED COLLEGE IS 
WORSE! TV situation comedy by Morton 
Rothberger. 48 1. (Gold's paradise, 
episode 1) © Morton Rothberger; 
27Aug70; DU77980. 

THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL, a drama in one 
act by Herman Ammann; based on a 
fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen. 
Schulenburg, Tex., Stage Magic Plays. 
2 v. Appl. authors: Herman Oscar 
Ammann s- Isaac Edgar Clark. © Herman 
Ammann 8c I. E. Clark; 8Sep70; DP7492. 

LITTLE MEN. See 
DAISY'S BALL. 



LITTLE POND. 
ECOLOGY. 



See 



THE LITTLE PRINCE, a space age love 
story for children & grown-ups of all 
ages, adapted for the musical stage; 
book & lyrics by Ray E. Hinkley; from 
the story by Antoine de Saint Euxpery. 
1 v. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Ray E. Hinkley; 280ct70; DU78277. 

A LITTLE PRINCESS, an opera for chil- 
dren* by Kay Bethea. 2 v. Three acts. 
Appl. states prev. pub. llFebll, 
25847. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Kay Bethea; 28jul70; DU77772. 

LITTLE PRINCESS. See 

FAVORITE CHILDREN'S BOOKS. 



LITTLE RED, by William S. Keller. 1 v. 
A play in 5 scenes. © William S. 
Keller; 6jul70; DU77589. 

LITTLE RED HEN, by Phyllis N. McGruder. 
1 v. A musical play. © Phyllis 
N. McGruder; 8Dec70; DU78808. 

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD. See 
GRIMM BROTHERS' FAVORITES. 



LITTLE SCANDALS, a revue; lyrics & 
sketches by Charles Abbott & Fredric 
Denn, music by Bob Shephard. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Charles 
Abbott Sc Frederic Dehn; 23Nov70; 
DU78688. 

THE LITTLE WORLD OF DON CAMILLO, a musi- 
cal play; book Sc lyrics by Dorothy 
Wiener (Dorothy Wiener Wayne) Based 
on the stories by Giovanni Guareschi. 
72 1. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 13Apr70, 
DU77230. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Dorothy Wayne; 10Aug70; DU77865 . 

LIVE SPELLED BACKWARDS, a moral immoral- 
ity play by Jerome Lawrence. Drama- 
tists Play Service. 29 p. © Jerome 
Lawrence; 50ct70; DP7451. 

THE LIVELY ART OF THEATRE: AN ANTHOLOGY 
OF PLAYS; edited by Charles C. Ritter. 
Boston, Allyn & Bacon. 677 p. NM: 
editorial selection & compilation; 
additions. © Allyn & Bacon, Inc.; 
lSep70; A180022. 

LIVELY YOUNGSTERS. Sheet. Script. 

Appl. author: Quality Bakers of Ameri- 
ca Cooperative, Inc. © Quality Bakers 
of America Cooperative, Inc.; 4Dec70; 
C24J00. 



LIVIN 1 DE LIFE, a play for young people 
by Ed Graczyk; suggested by Joel 
Chandler Harris' The Uncle Remus 
tales. Anchorage, Ky., Anchorage 
Press. 45 p. © Anchorage Press, 
Inc.; 260ct70; DP7473. 

LIVING IN THE SPIRIT, a youth music 
drama by Phillip Landgrave. Nash- 
ville, Broadman Press. 64 p. Three 
acts. © Broadman Press; 20May70; 
DP7420 . 

LIVING THE REVOLUTION, by Gloria 

Steinem. 13 1. Lecture. © Gloria 
Steinem; 6Nov70; C23998. 

LIZZY WILL-O'-THE-WISP, a comedy in two 
acts by Nolan Harrigan, Jr. 1 v. 
© Nolan Harrigan, Jr.; 24jul70; 
DU77729. 



LLEWELLYN, by Barbara J. Landfield. 
18 1. © Barbara J. Landfield; 
260ct70; C23979. 

LO! THE WHITE EAGLE, by Margaret Berk- 
shire. 90 1. A play. © Margaret 
Berkshire; 31Jul70; DU77808. 

LOCATION, a film by Susan Kornblum, 

Roberto Mitrotti & Robert I. Rubinsky. 
92 1. © Susan Kornblum, Roberto 
Mitrotti & Robert I. Rubinsky; 
31Dec70; DU78979. 

THE LODESTAR, a musical in three acts; 
books, lyrics, music by Alice Scott 
Rowley. 1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Fiddler under a special star, 
l6jun69, DU74736. NM: additions «• re- 
visions. © Alice C. Scott Rowley; 
4Dec70; DU78791. 

THE LOGICAL ROOM, a farce in one act by 
John Crennan. 26 1. © John Crennan; 
7Dec70; DU78802. 



LOGICAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY, by Paul 
Goldsmith. Sheet. © Paul Goldsmith; 
9Nov70; C2t001. 

LOLLIPOPS ARE FOR SUCKERS, a modem 
comedy in three acts by Abraham 
Wilensky Sc Alton Wilkes, pseud, of 
Abraham Wilensky. 1 v. © Alton 
Wilkes & Lakes Region Playhouse, Inc.; 
15Jul70; DU77653. 

LONDON WALKING TOUR. No. 1-2. Aug. 19, 
1970. 2 v. (Tours on tape) Tape 
script. Appl. author: J. Walter 
Thompson Co. © Pan American World 
Airways; l40ct70; C23956, C23950. 

THE LONELY AND THE ALONE, by the Studio 
Watts Drama Group. 50 1. A play. 
© Board of Directors, Studio Watts 
Workshop; 5Nov70; DU78523. 

THE LONG JOURNEY HOME, by Frank Weston. 
159 1. Screenplay. © Frank Weston; 
10Aug70; DU77866. 

THE LONG NIGHT OF IVAN KALYAEV, a play 
in two acts by James J. Fox. 101 1. 
© James J. Fox; 20Jul70; DU77642. 

LONG TIME TILL MORNING, an original 

screenplay by Charles C. Stringf ellow. 
145 1. © Charles C. Stringf ellow III; 
20Jul70; DU77703. 

A LONG WAY TO GO, by Martin Luther 
King, Jr. 20 1. Lecture. © Estate 
of Martin Luther King, Jr.; 10Jul70; 
C23867. 

LONGITUDE AND LATITUDE. 6 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining Sc Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 
C24004. 

LOOICE, by Benjamin, pseud, of Benjamin 
Goldstein, & Pot, pseud, of Philip 
Namanworth. 1 v. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Benjamin & Pot, 
Inc.; 20Jul70; DU77638. 

LOOK AWAY, LOOK AWAY, by Benjamin Brad- 
ford. 40 1. A play. © Benjamin 
Bradford; 22Sep70; DU782O3. 

LOOK OUT BELOW! Written by Lloyd E. 
Young. 20 1. Slide film script in 
199 scenes. ©Stride, Inc.; 4Aug70; 
C23630. 

LOOK WHAT'S HAPPENED TO MARGIE. See 
DUO IN THREE VOICES, LOOK WHAT'S 
HAPPENED TO MARGIE. 



LOOKING BACK ON DE GAULLE. 
FIRING LINE. 168. 



See 



A LOOKING GLASSE FOR LONDON AND ENGLAND, 
by Thomas Lodge Sc Robert Greene; an 
Elizabethan text edited by Tetsumaro 
Hayaski. Metuchen, N.J., Scarecrow 
Press. 229 p. Five acts. NM: addi- 
tions . © Tetsumaro Hayashi; 15Sep70; 
A201468. 

A LOONY GHOST; written & created by 
Doris Hirschman. 27 1. A play in 
5 scenes. © Doris Hirschman; 30Nov70; 
DU78742. 

LORD BYRON, a film script by George 
Michael Callaghan. 190 1. © George 
Michael Callaghan; Uul70; DU77580. 

THE LORD'S MESSAGE, by Louis Amelia. 
Sheet. Script. © Louis Amelia; 
l4Dec70; C24327. 

THE LORD'S REWARD, by Otis Cavrell. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 9Nov66, DU67244. NM: 
adaptation for stage. © Otis Cavrell; 
60ct70; DU78270. 



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141 



LORENZO OF BOLIVIA. See 
SOUTH AMERICAN FAMILIES. 

LOST LADY, by Walter Barrett Brown. 
17 1. © Walter Barrett Brown; 
22Dec70; C24357. 

LOST RECTANGLE. See 
STORIES ABOUT SHAPES. 



LOST-WAX PROCESS. 
ARTISTS AT WORK. 



See 



LOUIE, by Fred Gavin (Frederick Joseph 
Gavin) 55 1. © Frederick Joseph 
Gavin; 8jul70; C23572. 

LOVE, by Robert David Gasperson. Sheet. 
A play. © Robert David Gasperson; 
l40ct70; DU78434. 



LOVE AFFAIR, a new play by Jerald Lee 
Cockburn & James M. Beasley. 98 1. 
Two acts. © Loyd Bennett Productions; 
31Dec70; DU78981. 



LOVE, AMERICAN STYLE. 
LOVE AND A HAND-OUT. 



See 



LOVE AND A HAND-OUT, a teleplay by Terry 
Stockdale (Terence A. Stockdale) 
21 1. (Love, American style) © Terry 
Stockdale; 27Aug70; DU77986. 

LOVE AND FUN IN WASHINGTON, by Kenneth 
Thomas Peterson. 115 1- A play. 
© Kenneth Peterson; 10Nov70; DU7856O. 



LOVE AND OTHER NONSENSE; 3 playlets by 
Fred Isler (Alfred Isler) Stormy 
weather; Eros' error; One run - one 
hit - no Eros. 1 v. © Fred Isler; 
22Dec70; DU78929. 

LOVE AND THE WITCH DOWNSTAIRS, by Elaine 
L. Schulte. 12 1. A screenplay. 
© Elaine L. Schulte; 260ct70; DU78457. 

LOVE IS A COMPUTER, a song for our time 
by Dorothy Mack, pseud, of Dorothy 
Allison McAfee. 3 1. © Dorothy 
Allison McAfee; lSep70; C23793. 

LOVE IS BETTER THAN THE NEXT BEST THING, 
by-C. Robert Jones. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 56 p. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© C. Robert Jones; 29Jul70; DP7394. 

THE LOVE OF DR. S., a play by Dale Mil- 
ler Davis. 4l 1. Two acts. © Dale 
Miller Davis; 22Dec70; DU78932. 

LOVE SONG; one-act play by Charles A. 
Pulaski. 19 1. © Charles A. Pulaski; 
l8Aug70; DU77925. 

THE LOVER RANCH, an original story 
written & adapted for television by 
Verta McCann. 31 1. © Verta McCann; 
l8Sep70; DU7817O. 

THE LOVERS, by OyamO, pseud, of Charles 
F. Gordon. 6 1. A play. © Charles 
F. Gordon; l6Sep70; DW&l^O. 

LOVERS AND OTHER STRANGERS. See 
BEA, FRANK, RICHIE & JOAN. 

THE LOVERS IN MIDSUMMER, freely adapted 
as a one act play by Luella E. 
McMahon from A midsummer night's 
dream by William Shakespeare. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 52 p. 
© Dramatic Pub. Co.; 27Nov70; DP7502. 

LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, by William Shake- 
speare; edited by James L. Calderwood. 
Dubuque, W. C. Brown Co. 71 p. (The 
Blackfriars Shakespeare) Five acts. 



NM: additional text, compilation & 
revisions. © Wm. C. Brown Co. Pub- 
lishers; 22Sep70; Al880°.4. 

THE LOVES OF SHAKESPEARE, AS REVEALED 
BY HIS SONNETS, a play with a pro- 
logue, three interludes, & three 
scenes by Evangeline Machlin. 39 1. 
© Evangeline Machlin; 20Jul70; 
DU77739 ■ 

LOVING YOU. See 
I'M A HAPPY MAN. 

LOYALTY OR DEATH; original story 8s 
screenplay by Biagio Barile. 97 1. 
Appl. ti.: Faithful or death. 
© Biagio Barile; 19Nov70; DU78673- 

LUBRICATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS. See 
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN SERIES. 

LUCEAFXRUL. See 
DER ABENDSTERN. 

LUCKY DAY, a musical comedy in 2 acts; 
book, lyrics & music by Lottie McFar- 
land & Ruth Rickey, special arrange- 
ments by Lennie Niehaus, choral ar- 
rangement by Clifford Mccormick. Hol- 
lywood, Tyrone Music Productions Co. 
21 v. © Tyrone Music Productions Co.; 
8Feb63; DP7470. 

LUCREZIA, a musical play, book, music 8c 
lyrics by David H. Eason. 1 v. 
Two acts. © David Howe Eason; 
l8Nov70; DU78609. 

LUIS MUNOZ MARIN, by Juan Rodriguez, 
pseud, of John Hir.es. New York, flew 
Dimensions Pub. Co. 60 p . Three 
acts. © New Dimensions Pub:. Co., 
Inc.; Uan70; DF7411. 

LULU, I HAVEN'T SEEN YOU IN AGES, by 
Stanley Laurel 8c Oliver Norvell Hardy. 
3 1. Dialog. © Douglas Music Corp.; 
?Aug70; C23689- 

LUNCH, by Benj'amin Bradford. 43 1. 

A play. © Benj'amin Bradford; 23Nov70: 
DU7869O. 

THE LURE OF THE LUMBERLUST, a musical 
melodrama in one act and several 
scenes by Charles A. Berger, with 
lyrics sung to music by Gounod, 
Verdi, Bizet, Donizetti 8c Rossini. 
27 1. Book 8c lyrics only. © Charles 
A. Berger; 3Aug70; ! DU77734. 

LYSISTRATA '70, by Aristophanes; adapted 
by Darrel E. deChaby. 1 v. A play. 
© Darrel E. deChaby; l4Sep70; DU78128. 



M 



MGS o4, a play by X. T. Markham, pseud, 
of Xenea Kanellos San dor. 1 v. Two 
acts. © X. T. Markham; l4Sep70; 
DU78113 . 

THE M.R.S. MOVEMENT, a monolog by Ben 
S. Manmorey, pseud, of M. R. Bensman. 
8 1. © M. R. Bensman; 150ct70; 
C23960. 

MA KALI, a fantastrophe by Frank Zych. 
115 1. A musical play. Book 8c lyrics 
only. © Frank Zych; 6Nov70; DU78414 . 

MA KALI, a fantastrophe by Frank Zych. 
115 1. Book 8c lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. HSep70, DU78414. 
© Frank Zych; 21Sep70; DP7516. 

MA, PA, AND ME, a play about the pla- 
cental gap by Leonard L. Perlmutter. 
19 1. © Leonard L. Perlmutter; 
9Nov70; DU78552. 



MCGINTY'S ACCEPTANCE SPEECH, by David 
Henry Vierra. 34 1. A play in 
3 acts. © David Henry Vierra; 
l6Nov70; DU78619. 

MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION. Lesson 3. 10 1. 
Filmstrip script. Appl. author: Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District; 
28Sep70; C23905 . 

THE MAD KING; or, The moon is round. 
A play in one act and two scenes by 
Thomas Otway. 1 v. © Thomas Otway; 
24sep70; DU78210. 

MAD MARCH HARES. See 
TRISKELION. 

MAD MARLOWE AND BAWDY BETH, an Eliza- 
bethan pastiche in one act by Carroll 
Peterson Cole. 49 1. A play. © Car- 
roll P. Cole; l6N,ov70; DU78625. 

MLLE. DE BELLE-ISLE. See 
THE GREAT LOVER. 

THE MAGIC BALL AND OTHER TALES FROM SIL- 
VER LANDS, by Claire G. Miller, Selma 
R. Brody 8- Herbert Davidson, music. 
33 1. A play. Based on the book of 
the same title by Charles J. Finger. 
© Newbery Award Records, Inc.; 2Nov70: 
DU78696 . 

MAGIC BULLET. See 
DELIVERANCE OF LILU. 

THE MAGIC FRUIT; music by David Lord; 
words by David Lord & Roderick Sharpe. 
London, Oxford University Press. 
23 p- (Oxford instrumental series, 
no. 6) © Oxford University Press; 
27Aug70; DFO-1777- 

MAGIC TREE. See 
TARRAD1DDLE TALES. 

MAGICIAN. See 

THE ART OF COMMUNICATION. 

THE MAGNIFICENT MADAM; screenplay by 
William C. Anderson & Carl Krueger; 
based on The gooney bird, by William 
C. Anderson. 150 1. © Carl Krueger 
& Jacarda Films, Inc.; 24Aug70; 
DU77796. 

MAIN THREE WEST, by Mark 0. Lynch. 

28 1. A play. Appl. ti. : Three main 
west. © Mark Owen Lynch; 210ct70; 
DU78426 . 

MAJOR KINDS. See 
THE SEED PLANTS. 

MAKE LOVE TO ME, SCHMUCK, by Robert 
Somerfeld. 99 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Robert Somerfeld; l6Nov70; DU7863I. 

MAKIN' IT, a musical play, music 8c 
lyrics by Jimmy Justice 8: Holly 
Hamilton, book by Gertrude Greenldge . 
61 1. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Gertrude Greenidge; 12Nov70; 
DU786O7 . 

MAKING LOVE LEGAL, a comedy in two acts 
by Carl Frandsen. 1 v. © Carl F. 
Frandsen; 24Aug70; DU77959- 

THE MAKING OF A HETEROSEXUAL, a play by 
Ralph Moreno. Mill Valley [Calif.] 
Hartmus Press. 64 p. Ten scenes. 
© Ralph Moreno; 22Jun70; DP7400. 

MAKING OF A PRESIDENT 1968. See 
FIRING LINE. I69. 

MAKING OF A SAINT. See 
THE SUBSTITUTE MAN. 

MAKING OF THE PRESIDENT' 1 96 8. See 
FIRING LIKE. 169. 



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MALA YO, BUENA YO, YO. See 
THE THREE OF US. 

LE MALADE, LE MEDECIN, ET LE BOURGEOIS 
GENTILHOMME, by Moliere, pseud. 
Adapted with an introd. & stage 
direction by Joan L. Miano. 
Wellesley Hills, Mass., Independent 
School Press. 92 P . © Independent 
School Press, Inc.; lDec69; DP7373. 

THE MALICE OF EMPIRE, by Yao Hsin-nung; 
translated & with an introd. by Jeremy 
Ingalls. London, George Allen & 
Unwin. 160 p t . Four acts. © on 
translation; Jeremy Ingalls; 21Apr70; 
AI-12039- 

MAN AND ENVIRONMENT, an address deliv- 
ered by J. P. Kennedy. 19 1. © J. P- 
Kennedy; 14Aug70; C23737. 

MAN BEGINS: JAVA AND PEKIN MEN. 6 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24060. 

MAN BEGINS: NEANDERTHAL, CRO-MAGNON. 
6 1. Recording script. Appl. author: 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 9Nov70; C24061. 

THE MAN BEHIND THE WHEEL. Series 1, by 
Johnny Cavallo. 4 1. Script. 
© Johnny Cavallo; 28Sep70; C23932. 

MAN HAS HIS PRIDE. See 
THE INDEPENDENT FEMALE. 

MAN IN THE DRAMATIC MODE; editor, Lilla 
Heston. Book 3. Evanston, 111., 
McDougal, Littell. 136 p. NM: 
collection. © McDougal, Littell & 
Co.; lMay70; A172466. 

MAN IN THE DRAMATIC MODE; editor, Lilla 
Heston. Book 4. Evanston, 111., 
McDougal, Littell. 137 P- NM: col- 
lection. © McDougal, Littell & Co.; 
lMay70; A172473- 

MAN IN THE DRAMATIC MODE; editor, Lilla 
Heston. Book 5. Evanston, 111., 
McDougal, Littell. 152 P- NM: col- 
lection. © McDougal, Littell & Co.; 
lApr70; A 17 2468. 

MAN IN THE DRAMATIC MODE; editor, Lilla 
Heston. Book 6. Evanston, 111., 
McDougal, Littell. 152 P- NM: col- 
lection. © McDougal, Littell & Co.; 
2Jan70; A172475. 

A MAN IS A JUDGE, by Robert Leland 
Johnson. 30 !• A play in 4 acts. 
© Robert Leland Johnson; 120ct70; 
DU78352. 

A MAN MORE THAN MAN, a play in three 
acts by Stephen Dwight Jones. 34 1- 
Appl. states prev. reg. 26Feb70, 
DU76444. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Stephen Dwight Jones; HAug70; 
DU780H0 . 

A MAN MUST FOLLOW HIS BENT, by Bronson 
Leaf, pseud, of Joseph B. Baldwin. 
22 1. A play in 1 act. © Joseph B. 
Baldwin; 17Nov70; DU78643. 

THE MAN OF THE CENTURY. See 
MEN AND ANGELS. 

MAN THE BUILDER. See 
ENVIRONMENT OF MAN. 

MAN WHO OWNED THE MOON. See. 
AFRICAN FOLKTALES. 

THE MAN WHO RAPED KANSAS, by Don Flynn 
(Donald R. Fiynn) 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Donald R. Flynn & Charlott. 
J. Flynn; 30Jul70; DU77789. 



THE MAN WHO TRUSTED THE DEVIL TWICE, 
by Herbert Stokes. Two scenes. (In 
New plays from the black theatre. 
New York, Bantam Books, p. 119-128) 
© Herbert Stokes; 3Nov69; DP7444. 

THE MAN WITH THE MAYONNAISE FACE, by 
Kay Noyes. 32 1. A play. 
© Kay Noyes; 25Nov70; DU787IO. 

MANAGEMENT . See 

BANK ROBBERY PROCEDURE. 

MANCHINEEL, a play by Victor B. Miller. 
117 1. Two acts. © Victor B. 
Miller; 14JU170; DU77671. 

MANDALA, a theatre of cruelty play-Mass 
by Robert Page Hoy land . 1 v. 
With music. Appl. states prev. reg. 
24Mar69; DU74037. NM: revisions &' 
additions. © Robert Page Hoyland; 
30Jul70; DU778I3. 

MAN'S DESTRUCTION, words & music by 
Lenwid Sandvick. Sheet. © Lenwid 
Sandvick; 280ct70; C23939- 

A MAN'S FIRESIDE MUSINGS ABOUT WOMEN 
AND LOVE, a candle-light visit with 
Darell Roberts, pseud, of C. Robert 
Powell. 79 1. Script. © C. Robert 
Powell; 20ct70; C23893- 

MANTEAU D'ARLEQUIN. See 
ISMA. 

OLYMPIAS, SUIVI DE ANTISTIA, ET DE 

TOUT OU RIEN. 
RHINOCEROS. 
LE RODEUR; NORA; LE RECITAL. 

SI L'ETE REVENAIT. 

MANY MANSIONS, a play by Albert S. 
Pendleton, Jr. 76 1. Eight scenes. 
©Albert S. Pendl[e]ton, Jr.; 22Apr70; 
DP7402. 

MARCO POLO, JR., RETURN TO XANADU, a 
musical adventure film written & 
created by Sheldon Moldoff . 54 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Sheldon 
Moldoff; 30Sep70; DU78094 . 

MARGARET MAYORGA SERIES. See 
THE BEST SHORT PLAYS, 1970. 

MARIANG MAKILING, a play in one act by 
Eli Ang Barroso (Eliseo Ang Barroso) 
25 1. © Eliseo Ang Barroso; 30Nov70; 
DU78741. 

MARIANO AND LUCHO OF ECUADOR. See 
SOUTH AMERICAN FAMILIES. 

MARIES DE LA TOUR EIFFEL. See 
THE EIFFEL TOWER WEDDING PARTY. 

MARIJUANA, HOW HARMFUL. See 
FIRING LINE. 157. 

MARIO AND JONAS OF BRAZIL. See 
SOUTH AMERICAN FAMILIES. 

MARIONETTES, a play in one act by Frank 
Gagliano. 41 1. Inspired by the 
play Chee-Chee of Luigi Pirandello. 
© Frank Gagliano; 4Jan71; DU78872. 

THE MARK OF A MAN, a play by Paul 
Prince. 68 1. Two acts. © Paul 
Prince; 3Dec70; DU78778. 

MARK OF THE YOGI; original screenplay by 
Aubrey Wisberg. 108 1. © Aubrey 
Wisberg; 27Nov70; DU78730. 

1ARKS OF IDENTITY, by Lelia Parker. 
21 1. A play. © Lelia Parker; 
6jul70; DU77612. 

THE MARRIAGE, by Witold Gombrowicz; 
translated from the Polish by Louis 
Iribarne. Introd. by Jan Kott; 
translated by L. Krzyzanowski. New 



York, Grove Press. 15b 1 p. Appl. 
author: Grove Press, Inc., employer 
for hire of Louis Iribarne, Jan Kott 
8: L. Krzyzanowski. © Grove Press, 
Inc.; 2Jul69; DP7426. 

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., by Nathan Uwen, 
pseud, of John Hines. New York, New 
Dimensions Pub. Co. 62 p. Two acts. 
© New Dimensions Pub. Co., Inc.; 
Uan70; DP7408. 

MARTIN LUTHER KING: MAN OF GOD, by 

David Graeme. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© David R. Graeme; 3ON0V7O; DU78734. 

THE MARTYRED WHORE, an original story & 
screenplay by P. D. Bowman, pseud, of 
Dennis Books. 1 v. © Dennis Books; 
4Nov70; DU78663. 

MARY IN SCOTLAND, a play in three acts 
by Guinevere Martin. 1 v. © Guine- 
vere Martin; 300ct70; DU78485. 

MARY JANE, by Kenneth Bernard. 9 1. 
A play. Appl. states prev. reg. 
10Apr64, 59992 & l8Aug64, 60954. 
NM: major deletion. © Kenneth 
Bernard; l4Aug70; DU77912. 

MARY MAGDALENE; opera in 2 acts by 

Gabriel Von Wayditch, translated from 

the original Hungarian libretto by 

Ivan Walter Von Wayditch. 1 v. 

English & Hungarian. Libretto. 

© Ivan Walter Von Wayditch; 31Aug70; 

DU77935- 

MARY 0! Or, The girl of the golden West. 
A play with music in 2 acts by Nolan 
Harrlgan, Jr. 1 v. © Nolan Harrigan, 
Jr.; 21Sep70; DU78189. 

MASADA, a stage version of an historical 
event by Garo Ashjian. 79 1- © Garo 
Ashjian; 23Sep70; DU78063. 

THE MASK IN THE VILLA MONTOYA, by Mel- 
ville Roth. 93 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Melville C. Roth; 9Sep70; DU78086. 

MASKARADE, by Mark Nielsen. 3 v. 
A musical play in 8 scenes. © Mark 
Steven Nielsen; l6Nov70; DU78617- 

MASQUERADE, an opera in one act; libret- 
to & music by Alan M. Knieter. 59 1. 
© Alan M. Knieter; 270ct70; DU78467. 

MASSA, MASSA, a play in 3 acts by 
Nicholas -Raeder, 'pseud, of Barry B. 
Longyear. 1 v. © Nicholas Raeder; 
8Sep70; DU78079- 

MASSACRE AT PEACHTREE, a screenplay by 
Edward L. Montoro & Harold Cory, 
pseud, of Edward L. Montoro. 69 1. 
© Edward L. Montoro; 21Aug70; DU77886. 

MASTER CYLINDER SERVICE. F-4A. 5 1- 
Filmstrip script. Appl. author: Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. 
San Jacinto Junior College District; 
28sep70; C23904. 

MASTERS OF THE MOMENT, a play in one 
act by Anne Leigh Stadler. 17 1. 
© Anne Leigh Stadler; 5Aug70; DU77826. 

MATE A MINUTE! By Tobi Louis. 98 1. 
A musical play in 17 scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU70491 Sr DU73211. NM: additions *• 
revisions. © Tobi Louis; 17Nov70; 
DU78639 . 



MATERIALISTS . 
THE SEEKERS, 



See 



MATIN ROUGE. See 
THE RED MORNING. 



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143 



MATTER OF A STAB'S FLOWER, a musical 
theater-piece in seven tableaux with 
prologue & epilogue, music, lyrics & 
transcription for the stage by Sharon 
Birkman; based on Le petit prince, by 
Antoine de Saint-Exupery . lMl. 
© Sharon Birkman; 31Jul70; DU77794. 

A MATTER OF DEGREE, by Anson Campbell. 

1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Anson 
Campbell; 22Jul70; DU77715 . 

MAX THE MINK; filmstrip script by Diane 
Koos Gentry & R. P. Koos . 25 1. 
© Emlin, inc.; 24Sep70; C23880. 

MAXIXE, a one-act play by James Bridges . 
19 1. © Skyewiay Productions, Inc.; 
6Aug70; DU77842. 

MAY THE REVERSE BE MY LOT, a play in 
three acts by Marnie Doran. 65 1. 
© Marnie E. Doran; 20Aug70; DU77943- 

MAYBE. See 

THE CHOO CHOO TRAIN VS. THE 
RIGHTEOUS FAMILY. 

THE MBUTI OF THE ITURI FOREST; script 
by Colin M. Turnbull. 14 1. Film- 
strip script. © Colin M. Turnbull; 
l6Dec70; C24345. 

ME! By Daniel John Vance. 1 v. A 
screenplay. © John Proffitt Films, 
Inc.; 120ct70; DU78J45 . 

THE MEAL, by Mark 0. Lynch. 13 1. 
A play. © Mark Owen Lynch; 210ct70; 
DU78425. 

A MEANINGFUL RELATIONSHIP; one act play 
by Leon L. Palles. 27 1. © Leon L. 
Palles; 13Jul70; DU77666. 

MEASURE FOR MEASURE, by William 

Shakespeare; edited by R. C. Bald. 
Rev. ed. Baltimore, Penguin Books. 
128 p. (The Pelican Shakespeare, Al- 
fred Harbage, general editor) Five 
acts. © Penguin Books, Inc.; l8Aug70; 
A174069. 

MEASURE OF A MAN, an original screenplay 
by A. P. Ordover. 183 1. Seventeen 
scenes. © A. P. Ordover; 21Sep70; 
DU78199- 

MEASUREMENT OF ELEMENTARY CHARGE. See 
PROJECT PHYSICS TEACHER BRIEFINGS. 

MEASUREMENT SKILLS, by Roger W. Bodley 
& Robert C. Goodman. Inches and frac- 
tions; Centimeters and decimals. 
2 v. © Flexible Learning Systems, 
Inc.; l4Sep70; C23844. 

MEAT, by San Francisco Mime Troupe. 

2 1 A play. © San Francisco Mime 
Troupe, Inc.; HAug70; DU77871. 

MEAT -EATERS. See 

TEXAS GAS INVITES YOU TO THE WIRELESS 
HOUSE. 

MEATS FOR THE BELLY AND THE BELLY IS 
FOR MEAT. See 
BUFFALO BILL. 

MEDEA. See 
THE WITCHES. 

MEDECIN. See 

LE MALADE, LE MEDECIN, ET LE 
BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME. 

MEDEE L'ETRANGERE, by Willy Kyrklund; 
texte francais de C. G. Bjurstrom 
& Jean Queval. [Paris] Gallimard. 
82 p. (Theatre du monde entier) 
© on French translation; Editions 
Gallimard; 300ct70; DFO-1788. 

MEDICARE, PT.l. See 
FIRING LINE. No. 71. 



MEDITATION IN MOTION; surge, protective 
circle, cellular concentration and the 
eye in I, by Lindy V. Avakian. 1 v. 
© Lindy V. Avakian; 4jun70; C23B17. 

MEIN SON, THE PRESIDENT, by Michael 
Parris, pseud, of Michael A. Soils. 
43 1. A play in 3 acts. © Michael 
A. Solis; 280ct70; DU78469. 

MELBOURNE CUP, 1971. See 

THE BEAUTIFUL WORLD OF HORSES. 
Program 12. 

MEMORIES OF AN OHIO CHILDHOOD; or, 
2008 1/2: A spaced odyssey. By Tom 
Eyen. 52 1. A play. © Tom Eyen; 
4jan71; DU78947. 

THE MEMORY BANK, by Martin Duberman; 
introd. by Martin Gottfried. New 
York, Dial Press. 94 p. Contents: 
The recorder. — The electric map. 
© on introd.; Martin Gottfried; 
230ct70; AI88285. 



THE MEMORY BANK, by Martin Duberman. 
New York, Dial Press. 94 P- Con- 
tents: The recorder (History)— The 
electric map. Appl. states prey. reg. 
22Nov68, DU72899 & l6Apr69, DU74157. 
© Martin Duberman; 230ct70; DP74«7- 

MEN AND ANGELS; three South American 
comedies translated & with an introd. 
by Willis Knapp Jones; foreword by 
J. Cary Davis. 191 p. (Contemporary 
Latin American classics) Contents: 
The quack doctor, by Juan Fernando 
Camilo Darthes & Carlos S. Darnel. — 
The fate of Chipi Gonzalez, by Jose 
Maria Rivarola Matto.--The man of the 
century, by Miguel Frank. NM: new 
translation, foreword, introd. & 
checklist. © Southern Illinois Uni- 
versity Press; 25May70; AI78578. 

MENAGE, by Paul Meier. 86 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Paul Meier; 29Jul70; 
DU77777 . 

MENSONGE. See 
ISMA. 

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by Brents 
Stirling. Rev. ed. Baltimore, Pen- 
guin Books. 124 p. (The Pelican 
Shakespeare, Alfred Harbage, general 
editor) Five acts. © Penguin Books, 
Inc.; 17Aug70; A174065. 

MERCURY AND VENUS. 6 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 
C24015. 

MERIT BADGE. See 
MONDAY POWWOW. 

MERMAID BREADED SHRIMP, a comedy in 
three acts by Joanne S. Bickow. 1 v. 
© Joanne S. Bickow; 25Nov70; DU78714. 

MERMAID DRAMAB00K. See 
LIFE IS A DREAM. 
THE MODERN SPANISH STAGE: FOUR PLAYS. 

MERMAID SMITH, a satire in three acts by 
Toby J. Perkins. 48 1. © Toby J. 
Perkins; 3Nov70; DU78519. 

MERRY DEATH. See 
HARLEQUIN'S END. 

THE MERRY OLD SOUL, a harmless comedy by 
Maude Allen, pseud, of Ellen Howland; 
inspired by an old nursery rhyme. 
21 1. A musical play in 1 act. 
© Ellen Howland; 4Nov70; DU78667 . 



A MESSAGE TO MANKIND, a recitation; 
words, Ben Williams & Paul Carruth; 
music, Paul Ott Carruth. 2 p. 
© Paul Ott Carruth & Ben Williams; 
21JU170; C23606. 

MESSAGE TO PARENTS. See 
SECRETS . 

MESSAGE TO TEACHERS. See 
SECRETS . 

THE MESSIAH, a play in three acts by 
Martin Halpern. Rev. version. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1969, DU75675- 
© Martin Halpern; 27Jul70; DU77763. 

MESSIN' WITH THE KID, an original 
screenplay by Stephen Saltonstall & 
Jesse Kornbluth . 88 1. © Jesse L. 
Kornbluth & Stephen L. Saltonstall; 
l4Dec70; DU78875 . 

METEORS. 6 1. Recording script. Appl. 
author: Minnesota Mining & Manufactur- 
ing Co. © Minnesota Mining & Manufac- 
turing Co.; 9Nov70; C24135- 

METROPOLITAN, UNIT II. Tape B. 2 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 7Dec70; C24321. 

METROPOLITAN, UNIT III. Tape A. 2 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 7Dec70; C24320. 

METROPOLITAN, UNIT IV. Tape C. 3 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: Min- 
nesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
© Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Co.; 7Dec70; C24319. 

MICHAEL, by Crispin Larangeira. 27 1. 
A play." © Crispin F. Larangeira; 
l4Dec70; DU78863 . 

MICHAEL'S MOON STORE. See 
PRIMARY GRADE ECONOMICS. 

MID-AMERICAN BLUES, a play in two acts 
by Mike Major (Michael Joseph Major) 
83 1. © Michael Joseph Major; 
15Sep70; DU78132. 

MIDDLE-CLASS! BLACK??? A drama in three 
acts by Herbert Francis Campbell, Jr. 
1 v. © Herbert F. Campbell, Jr.; 
28Dec70; DU78869. 

THE MIDNIGHT ANGEL, a serio-comic fairy- 
tale, a one act play by Oscar Griffin. 
1 v. © Oscar Griffin; 15Dec70; 
DU78896. 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, by William 
Shakespeare; edited by Sidney Homan. 
Dubuque, W. C. Brown Co. 54 p. (The 
Blackfriars Shakespeare) Five acts. 
NM: additional text, compilation & 
revisions. © Win. C. Brown Co. Pub- 
lishers; 8Jul70; AI88089. 
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. See 
THE LOVERS IN MIDSUMMER. 
THE RUDE MECHANICALS. 

'A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S HAMLET ON THE 
TWELFTH NIGHT; or, The three little 
pigs by William Shakespeare. By Jane 
Tylicki. 2 1. © Jane Tylicki; 
230ct70; C23972. 

MIDWAY, by Shirley Guy. 19 1. A play. 
© Shirley Guy; 300ct70; DU78493. 

A MID-WINTER NIGHT'S DREAM (The story 
of Snow White) Book, lyrics & music 
bv David Bartlett; arrangements by 
Richard Anderson. 1 v. Three acts . 
© David L. Bartlett & Richard W. An- 
derson; 9Nov70; DU78550. 



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MIGRATION: ANIMALS. 10 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 
C24088. 

MIGRATION: BIRDS. 6 1. Recording 

script. Appl. author: Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Co. © Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 9Nov70; 
C24076. 

MIKE FINK. See 

AMERICAN FOLKLORE. 

MILADY; written by Phyllis Gaddis . 
11 1. A play. © Phyllis E. Gaddis; 
6Aug70; DU77738. 

MILES KELVIN, a film by Martin 
Langeland. 62 p. Screenplay. 
© Martin Langeland; 2Nov70; DU78503. 

MINERS. See 

SETTLING THE WEST. 

MINUTES OF THE LADIES WRITERS MEETING OF 
JUNE 30TH, 1970, by Yetta Ginsberg 
(Loretta King, pseud.) Sheet. 
© Yetta Ginsberg; 30Dec7O; C24377 . 

THE MIRACLE OF SPRING, an operetta in 
2 acts for children by Agnes Dale 
Kastler. 53 1- © Agnes Dale Kastler; 
6Jul70; DU77742. 

THE MIRACLE OF THE FROG, by George 
Kalt. 72 1. A play for stage or 
television. © George Kalt; 6Aug70; 
DU77737 • 

MIRACLE ON THE DUNES; book & lyrics by 
Sherry Baker (Shirley Baker) 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & lyr- 
ics only. © Sherry Baker; 23Dec70; 
DU78934 . 

THE (MIS) JUDGEMENT; one act, 2 scenes 
by Earl Anthony. 24 1. A play. 
© Earl Leon Anthony; 10Sep70; DU7809O. 

MISS JULIE, by August Strindberg; Eng- 
lish version by T. J. Spencer. 54 1. 
A play. © T. J. Spencer; 27Aug70; 
DU77888. 

MISS NEFERTITI REGRETS, by Tom Eyen; 
music by Ilene Berson & Tom Eyen. 
1 v. A play. © Tom Eyen; 4jan71; 
DU789W. 

MR. KEN'S FRIENDS, by David E. Fulmer & 
Frank R. Killinger. 32 1. © David E. 
Fulmer & Frank R. Killinger; 3Nov70; 
DU78518. 

MISTER MERRY-GO-ROUND, a musical by 
Ben Samberg (Benjamin Samberg) 13 1. 
© Bell Enterprises, Inc.; 13Nov70; 
DP7484. 

MR. PRESIDENT, a not impossible fable by 
Nona Dearth. 34 1. A play in 1 act. 
© Nona Dearth; 12Nov70; DU78566. 

THE MIXERS, by Jory Sherman. 10 1. 
Audio drama. © Jory Sherman; 5Nov70; 
DU78529. 

THE MIXMASTER; story & teleplay by Jean 
Raymond Mai jean (Eugene Mai jean) 
32 1. © Eugene Mai jean; 31Jul70; 
DU77795- 

MOBY DICK; adaptation by Christopher 
Martin; after the novel by Herman 
Melville. 77 1. Two parts. © Chris- 
topher Martin; 29Sep70; DU78237. 

THE MOD DONNA, a musical play in two 
acts by Myrna Lamb & Susan Hulsman 
Bingham. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. l6Feb70, DU76414. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Myrna Lamb & Susan 
Hulsman Bingham; I4jul70; DU77674 . 



MODERN DAY FAIRY TALE ABOUT POLLUTION. 
See 
A SHORT HISTORY OF THE LAND OF US. 

MODERN DRAMA FROM COMMUNIST CHINA; 

edited by Walter J. Meserve & Ruth I. 
Meserve. New York, New York Univer- 
sity Press. 368 p. Nine plays. 
© New York University; 12Jun70; 
A162654 . 

MODERN LIBRARY COLLEGE EDITIONS. See 
DRAMA OF THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE. 

MODERN SHORT COMEDIES FROM BROADWAY AND 
LONDON; edited with an introd. & 
prefaces to the plays by Stanley 
Richards. New York, Random House. 
430 p. NM: introd., pref. & compila- 
tion. © Stanley Richards; 3Dec69; 
AI62305 . 

THE MODERN SPANISH STAGE: FOUR PLAYS, 
edited by Marion Holt. New York, Hill 
& Wang. 388 p. (A Mermaid dramabook) 
Contents: The concert at Saint Ovide, 
by Antonio Buero Vallejo, translated 
by Farris Anderson. — Condemned squad, 
by Alfonso Sastre, translated by Leon- 
ard C. Pronko . — The blindfold, by Jose 
Lopez Rubio, translated by Marion 
Holt. — The boat without a fisherman, 
by Alejandro Casona, translated by 
Richard Damar. NM: editor's introd. 
& selection. © Hill & Wang, Inc.; 
23Jul70; A195^59- 

MODERNISM IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. 
See 
FIRING LINE. 145. 

MOJAVE 2-2, a screenplay by Edward L. 
Montoro. 169 1. © Edward L. Montoro; 
29Jul70; DU77651. 

MOLLY, a one act play by Thomas Terefen- 
ko. 43 1. © Thomas Terefenko; 
8JU170; DU77615. 

MOLLY THE MOSQUITO. See 
ECOLOGY. 

MOM GOES TO HEAVEN, a comedy in three 
acts by Renee Wilde, pseud, of Renee 
Weil. 30 1. © Renee Wilde; 31Aug70; 
DU78141. 

MON PERE CE HEROS. See 

NOUVELLES PIECES GRINCAMTES . 



P-89-9008. 
P-93-9013. 



© 9Dec70; C24275. 
© 9Dec70; C24276. 



MONARCHY AND THE MODERN WORLD. 
FIRING LINE. l6l. 



See 



MONDAY POWWOW; two one-act plays by And- 
rew Bro. 1 v. Contents: The path- 
finder. — The merit badge. © Andrew H. 
Bro; 220ct70; DU78437. 

MONEY MANAGER. Sheet. Script. Appl. 
author: Quality Bakers of America 
Cooperative, Inc. © Quality Bakers of 
America Cooperative, Inc.; 4Dec70; 
C24299. 

MONEY MONEY MONEY MON, a libretto by 
Jed Harris. 1 v. Two acts. © Jed 
Harris; l4Dec70; DU78856. 

MONEY TALKS. (Changing times radio) 
Radio scripts. Appl. author: 
Kiplinger Washington Editors, Inc. 
© Kiplinger Washington Editors, Inc. 
P-58-78IO. © l6Nov70; C24269. 
P-60-7812. © 18NOV70; C24266. 
P-6I-7813. © l8Nov70; C24267. 
P-68-8902. © l6Nov70; C24272. 
P-69-8903. © 9Dec70; C24277. 
P-70-8905. © l6Nov70; C24270. 
P-77-8912. © l6Nov70; C24271. 
P-79-9002. © l6Nov70; C24268. 
p. 81-9003. © 9Dec70; C24278. 
P-82-9004. © 2Dec70; C24274. 
P-88-9007. © 2Dec70; C24273. 



MONOLOGUE, by Flip Wilson (Clerow 

Wilson) 4 1. © Jazz Theatre, Inc.; 
13Aug70; C23674. 

THE MONSTER, by Robert M. Brown. 59 1. 
A play. © Robert M. Brown; HAug70; 

DU77877 . 



MOON IS ROUND. 
THE MAD KING. 



See 



MOONLIGHT AND ROSES, a play written with 
film technique by Samson Raphaelson. 
64 1. Book & lyrics only. © Samson 
Raphaelson; 10Hov70; DU78405 . 

MOONLIGHT AND ROSY, an operetta; book, 
lyrics, music by Joy E. Brand. Aus- 
tin, Brand Music. 1 v. Two acts. 
Appl. states work prev. reg. 9Jun69, 
DU74507; 10 songs prev. pub. NM: ad- 
ditions. © Joy E. Brand; 21Jul70; 
DP7382 . 

THE MOONLIT RIDE OF PAUL THE QUEER, a 
play in one act by Bronson Leaf, 
pseud, of Joseph B. Baldwin. 33 1- 
© Joseph B. Baldwin; 17Nov70; DU78644. 

MORE ABOUT JOE, by Wendell Metzger. 
109 1. A play. © Wendell Metzger; 
I60ct70; DU78386. 

MORE THAN THAT? By John Sansone. 21 1. 
A play in 5 scenes. © John Bernard 
Sansone; 7Dec70; DU78847. 

MORE THAN TRUTH. See 
TRUTHOLOGY. 

MORNING, by Israel Horovitz. Noon, by 
Terrence McNally. Night, by Leonard 
Melfi. New York, Random House. 
140 p. Appl. ti.: Morning, Noon and 
night. Appl. states Morning prev. 
reg. 280c t68, DU72726. © Israel 
Horovitz, Terrence McNally & Leonard 
Melfi; 8Sep69; DP7392. 



MORNING, NOON AND NIGHT. 
MORNING. 



See 



THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THING IN THE WORLD, 
a television drama about the years 
Edgar Allan Poe spent with his wife, 
Virginia, by Richard A. Hauser & Mary 
Feldhaus-Weber. 56 1. © Richard A. 
Hauser & Mary Feldhaus-Weber; 50ct70; 
DU7826O. 

MOSTELLARIA, by Plautus, translated by 
Palmer Bovie. Five acts. (In Five 
Roman comedies, edited & with an in- 
trod. by Palmer Bovie. New York, 
Dutton. p.[75]-l47) © Palmer Bovie; 
23Apr70; A168425 . 

MOTHER. See 

FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE. 

MOTHER, AFTER THE WAR, by Stan Thomas. 
1 v. Screenplay. © Stan Thomas; 
4sep70; DU78030. 

THE MOTHER CITY, a television vision of 
Columbia by Donald N. Upton. Sept. 1, 
1970. 2 sheets. © Donald N. Upton; 
10ct70; C23890. 

MOTHER GOOSE NOW! An original musical 
for grownups; music by Gilbert M. 
Martin; lyrics by John Jakes & Gilbert 
M. Martin; book by John Jakes. 2 v. 
© Heritage Music Press; 2 7 iNov70; 
DU78792. 



MOTHER NATURE. 
ECOLOGY. 



See 



MOTHER OF THE HOUSE, a play by Ademola 
Ekulona, pseud, of Ronald Elvin 
Floyd. 27 1. © Ronald Elvin Floyd; 
7Dec70; DU78795- 



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MOTHERLOVE, a play with multi-media 
effects by Jay Leo Colt, pseud, of 
Joseph Zimmer. 1 v. Two acts. 
Freely adapted & expanded from August 
Strindberg's one act play Motherly 
love. © Jay Leo Colt; HSep70; 
DU78661. 



MOTHERLY LOVE. 
MOTHERLOVE. 



See 



MOTIVATION MANAGEMENT. 2 v. Cassette 
' scripts. Appl. author: Combined Mo- 
tivation Education Systems, Inc. 
Appl. ti.: Motivation management semi-- 
nar lectures. © Combined Motivation 
Education Systems, Inc.; 12Nov70; 
C24252. 

THE MOTOWN STORY. 17 1. Script. Appl. 
author: Drake -Chenault Enterprises, 
Inc. © Drake-Chenault Enterprises, 
Inc.; 8Sep70; C23815. 

THE MOUNTAINS, A PLAY IN ONE ACT & THE 
MOUNTAINS, A DRAMA IN THREE ACTS AND 
A PROLOGUE, by Thomas Wolfe; edited 
with an introd. by Pat M. Ryan. 
Chapel Hill, University of North 
Carolina Press. 177 p. NM: addi- 
tional text. © University of North 
Carolina Press; l4Sep70; A191031. 

THE MOUSE THAT ROARED, a full-length 
comedy adapted by Christopher Sergei 
from the book by Leonard Wibberley. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 100 p. 
With music & lyrics for one song. 
Appl. states prev. pub. & prev. reg. 
Iljan63, D'+98l. NM: deletions & 
changes. © on new matter; Leonard 
Wibberley & Christopher Sergei; 
29Sep70; DP7 ! t65. 

THE MOUSE TRAP, a comedy in three acts 
by Robert Ross. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 
Heuer Pub. Co. 66 p. (An Art Craft 
play) © Heuer Pub. Co.; 21Sep70; 
DP7509. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING; or, She loves 
me? Comedy in two acts, modern 
adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy, 
music by Hector Berlioz*, music ar- 
rangements, book & lyrics by Richard 
Barri. 2 v. © Richard Barri; lSep70; 
DU78016. 

MUHAMMAD ALI, by Flip Wilson (Clerow 
Wilson) 4 1. Monolog. © Clerow 
Wilson,; 17Nov70; C24265. 



LA MUJER DEL PERRO (Sex is my business) 
Libro cinematografico de Jose A. 
Torres. 34 1. © Jose Antonio Torres; 
7Dec70; DU78897. 

MUMMER'S PLAY. See 
UNDERGROUND . 

THE MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE, by Edgar 
Allan Poe; adapted as a one-act play 
by Robert Brome . Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldridge Pub. Co. 25 p. (Eldridge 
popular one-act playscripts) © Robert 
Brome; 15Sep70; DP7519. 

MUSIC EVERYWHERE; writer-producer, 
Ailene S. Goodman. 7 1. Sounds 
script. © Spoken Arts, Inc. & 
Ailene S. Goodman; 6jul70; DU77607. 

MUSIC LESSON. See 

ON RHYTHM, IN RHYTHM. 

MUSIC TIME, by Atarah Jablonsky. 11 v. 
Script. © Atarah Jablonsky; 230ct70; 
C23976. 

THE MUSICAL-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX, by 
S. P. Fay, Jr. 1 v. A musical 
play in 4 scenes. Book & lyrics 
only. © Samuel Prescott Fay, Jr.; 
8Sep70; DU77949. 



MY BED IS NOT FOR SLEEPING, a play in 
two acts by Gerty Agoston. Ill 1. 
© Gerty Agoston; 12Aug70; DU77892. 

MY FAMILY. See 

LET'S TELL PICTURE STORIES. 

MY FAVORITE FUN. See 

LET'S TELL PICTURE STORIES. 

MY FRIEND DAN, a comedy-drama with music 
by Christine Jacobs. 33 1- Three 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Chris- 
tine Jacobs; 2Nov70; DU78362. 

MY GOD, WHAT'S HAPPENING TO OUR COUNTRY? 
By Andy Rage, pseud, of Andrew S. 
Rajcok. Sheet. Speech. © Andy 
Rage; 5Aug70; C23697 . 

MY HOME. See 

LET'S TELL PICTURE STORIES. 

MY LADY GREENSLEEVES, a one act play in 
two scenes by Robert C. Yoh. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 22 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) Appl. author: Walter 
H. Baker Co., employer for hire. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 29Jul70; 
DP7395- 



MY LIFE AS I HAVE LIVED IT. 
WHEN JESUS CAME THIS WAY. 



See 



MY MESSAGE THIS MORNING IS AWAKENING, by 
Charles Harvey Fisher. 9 1. Sermon. 
© Charles Harvey Fisher; l4Aug70; 
C23738- 

MY NAME IS ADAM, by Georgia Waite. 
83 1. A play in 4 acts. © Georgia 
Waite; 9Dec70; DU78817. 

MY NEIGHBORHOOD. See 

LET'S TELL PICTURE STORIES. 

MY NEXT HUSBAND WILL BE A BEAUTY, by 
Tom Eyen. 23 1. A play. © Tom 
Eyen; 2Nov70; DU785IO. 

MY NOT SO BEAUTIFUL BLONDE, by Morton 
Feldman. 1 v. A musical play in 
4 acts. © Morton Feldman; 7Dec70; 
DU78913. 

MY SON-IN-LAW KNOWS ZUBIN MEHTA, by 
Joan Rivers, Lester Colodny & Edgar 
Rosenberg. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
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