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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 25, Parts 3—4, Number 1 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 

January— June 

I97 1 




COPYRIGHT OFFICE • THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1971 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries 
Third Series 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 25, Parts 3—4, Number 1 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 

January— June 

J97 1 




COPYRIGHT OFFICE • THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1971 



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L.C. card 6—35347 



This number identifies the Library of Congress 
printed card for the complete series of the Catalog of 
Copyright Entries. 

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, 
U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 
20402. Price of this part is given on page vi. 



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Preface 



The CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
is published by authority of sections 210 and 21 1 
of Title 17 of the United States Code. Section 210 
provides in part: 'The current catalog of copy- 
right entries and the index volumes herein pro- 
vided for shall be admitted in any court as prima 
facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 

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

For a more complete description of the contents 
of this issue of the Catalog see p. vii. 

Information as to changes of copyright owner- 
ship is not included in the Catalog, but a search 
of the Copyright Office Assignments and Related 
Documents Indexes may be requested from the 
Register of Copyrights. A fee for the search and 
report will be estimated at the statutory rate of 
S5 per hour. 

For each registration listed, except for renewals, 
there has been deposited a copy or copies of the 
work in accordance with the provisions contained 
in sections 12, 13, 14, or 215 of Title 17 of the 
United Stales Code. 



Orders, payable in advance, for all parts of the 
Catalog of Copyright Entries should be sent to the 
Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government 
Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Orders 
may be placed for individual issues, as subscrip- 
tions for one or more parts, or for the complete 
Catalog at $50 a year, for periods of one, two, 
or three years. All orders should state clearly 
the title and the inclusive dates of the part wanted. 
Checks or money orders should be made payable 
to the Superintendent of Documents. 

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



Organization of Parts 

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

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



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Published foreign works. In the case of books and O 

periodicals, it designates works manufactured out- 
side the United States (except those registered for 
ad interim copyright). In all other classes to P 

which it applies, it designates works first published 
outside the United States, the authors of which 
arc neither citizens nor domiciliates of the U 

United States. (AF, EF) 

Books and periodicals registered for ad interim copy- 
right. (AI, BI) 



Published works of foreign origin registered under 
the waiver-of-fee provision (section 215 of Title 17 
of the United Stales Code). (BIO, GFO) 

Domestic published works in classes for which 
registration is possible for either published or un- 
published works. (EP, JP) 

Unpublished works in classes for which registration 
is possible for cither published or unpublished 
works. (DU, EU) 



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

and Contributions to Periodicals (In 2 sections) . . $7. 50 
A Books 

BB Contributions to periodicals 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 2 Periodicals (Annual issue) 5. 00 

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 (In 2 sections) 7. 50 

E Musical compositions 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 6 Maps and Atlases 2. 50 

F Maps 

R Renewal registrations 



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 

(Annual issue) 5. 00 
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 73 

Title Index 83 



Introduction 



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

Arrangement is alphabetical under the name of 
the author (i.e., the person or organization prin- 
cipally responsible for the content of the work ) or, 
in the case of some serials and certain other works, 
under the title. Each work is described in a main 
entry which includes information pertinent to the 
copyright claim. References are made to the main 
entries from the names of contributing authors 
(e.g., joint authors, editors), claimants, and from 
variant forms of names. 

The Title Index covers both currently registered 
works and renewal registrations, the latter being 
identified by the symbol (R). Omitted are titles 
of serials and other works which are entered under 
title in the first two sections. 

For works currently registered, the main entry 
includes, in addition to the name or title under 
which it is filed, 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 joint authors, editors, translators, 
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, unless the work is 
entered under publisher as author. 

5) Name of the first-named publisher given 
in an imprint on the work; when the pub- 
lisher is also the author, the name is omitted. 

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.; for 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 included 
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. 

1 1 ) Application title if it varies substantially in 
wording from the title as it is given on the 
work. 



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

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

14) Copyright symbol ©. 

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

1 6 ) Name of the copyright claimant. 

1 7 ) 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. 

18) 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; 12Jan71 (innotice: 1970) ; DP7600. 

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, each main entry in- 
cludes, in addition to the name or title under which 
it is filed, 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 authors of renewable matter. 

3) Edition statement. 

4) Number of acts, scenes, or volumes. 

5 ) Series statement. 

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

7) Copyright symbol ©. 

8) A statement of limitation of claim to a cer- 
tain portion of the original work if the appli- 
cation explicitly limits the claim. 

9 ) Date of original copyright. 

10) Original registration number. 

1 1 ) 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. 

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

1 3 ) Renewal registration number. 



Registrations January-June 197 

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



. . . 1,005 
Class D — Domestic published dramatic 

and dramatico-musical works. 188 
Foreign published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works ... 65 
Unpublished dramatic and dra- 
matico-musical works 1, 666 

Dramatic works registered in 
class A 84 

Total X008 



Renewals : Classes C and D 444 



These figures represent the number of registra- 
tions for dramas and wor 1 - prepared for oral 
delivery for January-June 1971, 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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Abbreviations and Symbols 



The following 


; list includes abbreviations 


and 


NM 


new matter 




symbols used in 


this catalog with specific copy- 


no. 


number(s) 




right or bibliogr 


aphic meanings. 




nouv. 


nouveau, nouvellc 




(A) 


author (s) 




op. 


opus 




a.a.d.o. 


accepted alternative desi 


gna- 


P- 


page(s) 






tion of 




(PCB) 


proprietor of copyright 


in a 


a.k.a. 


also known as 






work copyrighted by a 


l cor- 


ace. 


accompaniment 






porate body otherwise 


than 


Adm.c.t.a. 


Administrator(s) cum testa- 




as assignee or licensee of the 




mento annexo 






individual author 




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


Administrator(s) de bonis 
cum testamento annexo 


non 


(PCW) 


proprietor of copyright 
composite work 


in a 


appl. 


application 




(PPW) 


proprietor of copyright 


in a 


approx. 


approximate, approximately 




posthumous work 




arr. 


arranged, arrangement, 
ranged by 


ar- 


(PWH) 


proprietor of copyright 
work made for hire 


in a 


Aufl. 


Auflage 




prev. 


previous, previously 




augm. 


augmented 




print. 


printing 




Ausg. 
b&w 


Ausgabe 

black and white 




priv. print. 


privately printed 




Bd. 


Band (German) 




pseud. 


pseudonym 




bearb. 


bearbeitet 




pt. 


part, parts 




© 


copyright symbol 




pty. 


proprietary 




(C) 


child or children of the 


de- 


pub. 


published, publishing 






ceased author 




R, (R) 


renewal registration 




ca. 


circa 




reg. 


registered, registration 




chap. 


chapter (s) 




rev. 


revised 




col. 


colored 




sd. 


sound 




comp. 


compiler 




sec. 


seconds 




d.b.a. 


doing business as 




ser. 


series 




(E) 


executor (s) of the author 




si. 


silent 




ed. 


edition, editor 




suppl. 


supplement 




enl. 


enlarged 




t. 


tome, tomo 




fr. 


frames 




T., Th. 


Teil, Theil 




ft. 


feet 




? 






hrsg. 


herausgegeben 




t.a. 


trading as 

. • . 1 




illus. 


illustration (s) 




t.p. 
tr. 


title page 
translator 




m 


music, music by 










min. 


minutes 




v., vol. 


volume, volumes 




mm. 


millimeters 




w 


words, words by 




(NK) 


next of kin of the deceased 


(W) 


widow of the author 






author 




(Wr) 


widower of the author 





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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



A list of dramas and works prepared for oral delivery registered during the period 
covered by this issue. Arrangement is alphabetical under the name of the author 
or under the title. References from the names of contributing authors, claimants, 
and from variant forms of names are interfiled. 



AVI ASSOCIATES, INC. 

Tobacco abuse. See MULVEHILL, CAROL. 

ABATE, CHRISTINE. 

A trip through Mother Goose land; 
written by Christine Abate & Pearl 
Klein. 51. A musical play. Book 
& lyrics only. © Christine Abate 
& Pearl Klein; 24jun71; DU80435. 

ABBADO, MICHELANGELO. 

Madame Butterfly. See PUCCINI, 
GIACOMO. 

ABE, KOBO. 

Friends; translated from the Japanese 
by Donald Keene . New York, Grove 
Press. 94 P- Thirteen scenes. 
Appl. author: Grove Press, employer 
for hire of Donald Keene. NM: Eng- 
lish translation. © Grove Press, 
Inc.; 4Sep69; DP7643. 

ABITRON CORP. 

Personality development through 
respect. See BOEHM, ALBERT C. 
Script for the work box. See 
JACOBSON, ROBERT. 

ABORN, HERMINE ?. 

Alphabet town. 16 1. © Hermine F. 
Aborn; HMar71; C24704 . 

AERAMSON, HAROLD. 

Pun City, U.S.A. Written S- lyrics ty 
Hal Abramso*!. 1 v. A play in 7: 
acts. Book 8fc lyrics only. © Harold 
Abramson, US!Apr71; DU80002. 

Look what happened to a Russian Com- 
missar; or, It's very cold in Si- 
beria. Written by & lyrics by Hal 
Abramson. 44 1. A musical play in 
3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Harold Abramson; 28Jan71; DU7905I. 

ABRAVANEL, ERNEST. 

Theatre. See STENDHAL. 

ACHILLE, MARCEL. 

Askia of Africa; an historical play 
in three acts, a true story. 37 1. 
Three acts. Includes lyrics fcr 1 
song. S Marcel Achille; 20May71: 
DU80324. 



The black Mexican; a play in two acts. 
51 1. © Marcel Achille; 20May71; 
DU80258. ' 

ACHUTHAN, M. RADH. 

On the necessity for a Long range 
goals for mankind - interdiscipli- 
nary undergraduate major (LRGM-IUM) 
in higher education. 2 1. 
© M. Radh Achuthan; l6jun71; C25286. 

ACKERMAN, HAROLD. 

Bummer; or, The great international 
Zen scribbage tournament. A screen- 
play by Hal Ackerman. 164 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 10Aug70, DU77860. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Harold 
Ackerman; HMar71; DU79614. 
Fluggastes and the blind man; a 
screenplay by Hal Ackerman. 1 v. 
© Harold Ackerman; l4.Jan71; DU79116. 
George I; a screenplay by Hal Acker- 
man. 159 1. © Harold Ackerman; 
24jun71; DU80600. 



ACKERSON, JAMES NEAL. 
A medieval romance. 
JACK. 

ACWORTH, H. A. 
Caractacus . 



See FELDMAN, 



See KENNEDY, MICHAEL. 

ADAMS, HAROLD W. 

The fourth state. See JONES, 
MIRIAM E. 



ADAMS, MARGOT L. 

The good guys rode by. 
in 2 acts. © Margot 
21Apr71; DU79985- 



1 v. A play 
L. Adams; 



ADAMS, QUENTIN B. 

Attention: all ambitious salesmen — 
listen to the sermon on the summit. 
31 1. Recording script. © Quentin 
B. Adams; 10May71; C24986. 

ADLER, JACK. 

The Jew who wanted to be Pope. 107 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Jack Adler; 
17May71; DU80213 . 

AGRICULTURAL SERVICES, WEBB PUB. CO. 
See WEBB PUB. CO. AGRICULTURAL 
SERVICES. 



AHARONI, SHAUL M. 

The Arab-Israeli confrontation: clash 
of Middle Eastern national liberation 
movements. 5 1. © Shaul M. Aharoni; 
2Feb71; C24696. 

The birth of Arab and Jewish national- 
ism in the Middle East. 7 1. 
© Shaul M. Aharoni; 2Feb71; C24698. 

The Soviet-Egyptian arms deal of 1955. 
6 1. © Shaul M. Aharoni; 2Feb71; 
C24697. 

AIGNER, LUCIEN. 

Nicholas was there; a Christmas play. 
12 1. © Lucien Aigner; 7Apr"l; 
DU79864. 

AIRMONT PUB. CO., INC. 

Five major plays. See WILDE, OSCAR. 

ALBARINO, JOSEPH. 

One face; the story of an actor by 
Elliot Robins, pseud. 1st draft. 
51 1. Screenplay. © Elliot Robins; 
8jun71; DU8o4l4. 

ALBEE, EDWARD. 

All over; a play. 1st ed . New York, 
Atheneum. Ill p. Two acts. 
© Edward Albee; 21Jun71; DP7706. 

ALBERTSEN, DOROTHEA LOUISE. 

C'est la vie (That's life) A mus 
in two acts & a prologue by d'Arcy 
Albertsen. 1 v. Adapted from the 
play The inheritance. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l8Sep69, DU75397. NM: revisions & 
additions. © d'Arcy Albertsen; 
l8Mar71; DU80061. 

ALBO, JOHN. 

Horror story; an original screenplay. 
127 1. © John Albo; 23Mar71; 
DU79731. 

Pandemonium; an original screenplay. 
68 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
26Sep67, DU69698 as The dwarf sepul- 
chre. NM: additions & revisions. 
© John Albo; !Mar71; DU79514. 



ALBRECHT, GWEN. 

Turn back to yesterday. 
RICHARD E. 



See STOBBE, 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



ALCAMO, JOHN. 

The day I learnt respect. 5 1. 
© John Alcamoj 20Jan71; C24500. 

ALCOTT, LOUISA MAY. 

Little women. See HARRINGTON, EDITH 
RUSSELL. 

ALEGRIA, ALONSO. 

El cruee sobre el Niagara; pieza en 
sels eseenas y un prologo. Phila- 
delphia, Center for Curriculum De- 
velopment. 62 p. (Teatro contem- 
poraneo) NM: introd. © Center for 
Curriculum Development, Inc.; 
3May71; A246269. 

ALESSI, LILLIAN. 

The emperor's new clothes; musical 
adaptation. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Lillian Alessi; 5Apr71; DU7965I. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES R. See ERYPT, JAMES 
DELWYN, pseud. 

ALPORD, T. DALE, JR. 

Pike's Creek or bust. 51 1- Screen- 
play. © T. Dale Alford, Jr.; 
29Jan71; DU79340 . 

ALLEN (CLYDE) INC. 

Golf lesson. Lectures. © Clyde 
Allen, Inc. 

No. 

1-4. © 26Apr71; C24933-24936. 

ALLEY, DOUGLAS. 

Calvary; a musical pageant. 1 v. 
©Douglas Alley; 6Mar71; DP7624. 

ALLSTATE INSURANCE CO. 

K12. 5 1. Filmstrip script. © All- 
state Insurance Co.; 8Feb71; C24575. 

ALONZO, CECIL. See SMITH, CECIL 
ALONZO. 

ALTER, LYNNE. 

Tilt. See FATOW, STEVEN. 

AMADUCCI, ENRICO. 

Snowbound; written by Enrico Amaduc-ci 
& Gaylen Moore. 4l 1. A play. 
© Enrico Amaducci & Gaylen Moore; 
4Mar71; DU79551. 

AMAN, JOHN. 

The year of the mushroom; a multi- 
media musical celebration for total 
environmental theatre. 2d draft. 
53 1. Book $- lyrics only. © John 
Aman; 27Jan71; DU79243. 

AMBERJANE, CONSTANT TOY, pseud. See 
BROWN, ROBERT K. 

AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSN. 

American showcase travel tapes. 
Recording scripts. Appl. authors- 
American Automobile Assn. &■ Keith 
Leslie. © American Automobile Assn 
No. 

1. Countryside closeup, Miami to 
New York. © 5Apr71; C24801. 

2. Countryside closeup, Miami to 
Detroit. © 7Apr71; C24810. 

3. Countryside closeup, Miami to 
New Orleans. © 7Apr71; C24811. 

American dietetic assn. 

Household workers and food and 
nutrition pathways. See WILSON, 
MARGARET A. 

AMERICAN OIL CO. 

The American way. See WEBB PUB CO 
AGRICULTURAL SERVICES. 

AMERICAN SALESMASTERS, LTD. 

[American Salesmasters cassette 
recordings] See EDWARDS, J. 
DOUGLAS . 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ASSN. EXECUTIVES. 
ASAE executive newstape. Scripts. 
© American Society of Assn. Exe- 
cutives. 
Vol. 

1, no.l. lFeb71; C24535. 
1, no. 2. © 8Feb71; C2'4558. 
1, no. 3. © 22Apr71; 02^963. 
1, no.l. © l£Apr71; C24881. 
1, no. 5. 9 27May71; C25173. 
1, no. 6. © 9Jun71; C25207. 

AMMANN, HERMAN OSCAR. 

A Canterbury tale from the Wife of 
Bath; a comedy in one act. Loosely 
based on The tale of the Wife of 
Bath in Canterbury tales, by Geof- 
frey Chaucer. Schulenburg, Tex., 
Stage Magic Plays. 20 1. Appl. 
authors: Herman Oscar Ammann 8c Isaac 
Edgar Clark. © Herman Ammann & I. E. 
Clark; 8Sep70; DP7531. 

AMTONNE, MAYTEL. See HAMPTON, MYRTLE. 

ANCHORAGE PRESS, INC. 

Appleseed. See GRACZYK, ED. 

ANDERS, EILEEN MCLA1NE. 

The trees of Terpsiahore. ■■•k 1 
Script. © Eileen McLaine Anders; 
10May71; Cl'4932. 

ANDERSEN, HANS CHRISTIAN. 

The magic tinderbox. See ROGEZ 
ROBERT H. ' 

ANDERSON, ALBERT RUDOLPH, JR. 

Take me higher, by Albert Rudolph, 
Anderson, Jr. & Norvester James. 
11 1. A play. © Flonnie Thomas 
Anderson; 21May71; DU80264. 

ANDERSON, AXEL LEVY. 

The divorcees; an original motion 
picture script by Axel Anderson & 
Vicky Hernandez. 188 1. © Axel 
Levy Anderson; 15Juh71; DU80557 . • 

ANDERSON, BEVERLY NEWQUIST. 

A Christmas carol. See KERR, JACK. 

ANDERSON, FLONNIE THOMAS. 

Take me higher. See ANDERSON, ALBERT 
RUDOLPH, JR. 

ANDERSON, HENRY JOSEPH. 

Diligence and a good woman. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Henry Joseph 
Anderson; l4jan71; DU79121. 

Related man! With time! One act. 
16 1. © Henry Joseph Anderson; 
I4jan71; DU79120. 

ANDERSON, JAMES B. 

Acid for niggers. 9 1. A play. 
© James B. Anderson; 22Mar71; 
DU79730. 

ANDERSON, JAMIE. 

Hustlin' nowhere. See OPATOSHU, DAN. 

ANDERSON, LINDSAY. 

If; a film by Lindsay Anderson & 
David Sherwin. New York [appl. 
states: England] Simon & Schuster. 
167 P- (Modern film scripts) 
Appl. author: Lorrimer Pub., Ltd. 
editor. NM: introd., editing & 
additions. © Lorrimer Pub., Ltd.- 
17Mar69; AF32699. 

ANDERSON, RUDY. See ANDERSON, ALBERT 
RUDOLPH, JR. 



ANDERSON, T. DIANNE. 

The unicorn died at dawn. 1 v. 
A play in 2 act^. ©T. Dianne 
Andersen; l4Apr71; DU79915. 



See KRUEGER, 



See CLOWER, 



ANDERSON, WILLIAM C. 
Puff the magic dragon. 
CARL. 

ANDREWS, CURCY. 

Mississippi talkln'. 
JERRY. 

ANDREWS, KIP. 

Brothers. See GODFREY, BERTHA. 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM. 

American Gothic. 37 1. A play . 
© William Andrews; 7Jun71; DU80399. 

ANDROS, PENELOPE. 

The world almanac. See GOODMAN 
SIMON ROBERT. 

ANOUILH, JEAN. 

Ne reveillez pas, Madame. Paris. 

£%Jf^ e Ro 2 de ; e ° 5 P- Three'acts. 
© Editions de la Table Ronde; 
30Dec70; DFO-1828. 

Les poissons rouges; ou, Mon pere, ce 
heros. Paris, La Table Ronde. 
218 p. Four acts. © Editions de la 
Table Ronde; 30Mar70; DF2085. 

ANTHONY, HERBERT PETER. 

A rag, a bone, an' a hank of hair, 
by H. Peter Anthony. 105 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Herbert Peter 
Anthony; l4jun71; DU8o497 . 

ANTONELLI, ROLAND GILBERT. 

Anthem; or, The light. 63 1. A 
screenplay. © Roland Gilbert 
Antonelli; 7Jun71; DU8o401. 

ANTONI, ROBERT. 

Loosen up. See RUNDGREN, TODD. 

APOLLO BOOKS. 

Othello. See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

APPELL, DON. 

The daughter of Dr. Jekyll; original 
story & screenDlay. 123 1- © Don 
Appell; l6Feb71; DU79402. 

APPLEBAUM, ARTHUR M. 

The case of the disturbed bluejav 
origmal story & teleplav by Arthur 
MApplebaumS: Sheila' Applet " 
i T\J e Ad ventures of Lucky One! 
© Arthur M. Applebaum & Sheila ' 
Applebauir., I,7un71; DU80349. 

APPLEBAUM, SHEILA. 

The case of the disturbed blue jay. 
See APPLEBAUM, ARTHUR M. 

APPLEMAN, HERBERT. 

A terrible saint; a new play 

suggested by the life of Count Leo 
Tolstoy. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Herbert Appleman; 17Feb71; 
DU79483 . 

APPLEMAN, MARJORIE. 

Nice place you have here. 1 v. A 
play in 2 acts . © Mar jorie ADple- 
man; 29Jan71; DU79112. 

APPLEMAN, MARJORIE ANN. 

The best is yet to be, by Margie 
Appleman. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Margie Appleman; 9Jun71j DU80428. 



ARBOR, STRAND, pseud. 
ROBIN A. 



See HARDY, 



ARBUS, ALAN. 

The messenger. See MAGERMAN, LESLIE. 
ARETINO, PIETRO. 

II Marescalco. See MALIPIERO, 
GIAN FRANCESCO. 

ARGANO, EZIO S. 

The paint house. 74 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Ezio S. Argano; 19Jan71; 
DU79010. 



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ARGUE, JOHN THOMAS. 

Eros & Psyche; based on Erich Neumann, 
The psychic development of the fem- 
inine. 1 v. A play in 4 parts. 
© John Thomas Argue; 12Mar71; 
DU79647 . 

ARISTOPHANES . 

Lysistrata; translated by Dennis Roby. 
56 1. A play. © Dennis Roby; 
6Jul71; DU80550. 



Right on, sisters. 

DAVID A. 



See SEIFFER, 



ARM, ELAINE HELEEN. 

'•«. 1 1. A play. 
Fred Henry 
Arm; lApifl; DU74HC5. 

ARM, FRED HENRY. 

Brotherhood U.S.A. See ARM, 
ELAINE HELEEN. 

ARMSTRONG, PRISCILLA W. 

Reality orientation in a nursing 
home: a summary; lecture. 8 1. 
© Priscilla W. Armstrong; 2QMar71; 
C24782. 

ARNDT, ELDORA JOHNSON. 

The mermaids; a musical drama in one 
act. 1 v. 6? Eldora Johnson Arndt; 
29Jan71; DU79296. 

ARNOLD, CARROLL EDWARD. 

I love you. Sherry; a play in two 
acts. 96 1. © Carroll Edward 
Arnold; 29Apr71; du8005^. 

ARNOLD, DONNA VALENTINE. 

The saga of Soapy Smith. 2 v. 

A musical play in 2 acts. © Donna 
Valentine Arnold; 17May71; DU80531. 

ARNOLD, HENRY 0. 

Narration of selected operettas and 
light operas; compiled for radio 
presentation in 52 programs of 90 
minutes duration. 1 v. © Henry 0. 
Arnold; 2Feb71; C24485. 

ARNOLD, NELLA. 

Freedom — our heritage. 3 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as This is my 
country, 1940, & Landing of the Pil- 
grim Fathers, by Felicia Hemans, 
1955. NM: adaptation. © Nella 
Arnold; 2Apr71; C24693. 

ARNOTT, ANNA LOUISE. 

Why me. Downers Grove, 111., Contem- 
porary Drama Service. 20 p. Appl. 
author: Arthur Meriwether, Inc., em- 
ployer for hire. © Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc.; 15Nov70; DP7546. 

ARONOW, FREDERICK D. M. 

The Bendix man; a script for a 15 min- 
ute animated film. 25 1. © Freder- 
ick D. M. Aronow; 7Jan71; DU79046. 

ARRIGHI, MEL. 

The Castro complex; a comedy in two 

acts. Dramatists Play Service. 
35 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 

23Feb68, DU70861. NM: additions & 

revisions. © Mel Arrighi; 2Jun71; 
DP7681. 

Sickfare; by Robert Artie, MacArthur 
Flack, Paul & Howard Jackson. 
1 v. A play in 4 scenes. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 29Apr71, DU0OI80. 
NM: additions & revisions. 
© University of the Streets Rep- 
ertory Co.; 21Jun71; DU80570. 
ARTIC, ROBERT. 

Sickfare. 28 1. A play in 5 scenes. 
Appl. authors: Robert Artie, Hazel 
Reid & MacArthur Flack. © Univer- 
sity of the Streets Repertory Co.; 
5May71; DU80180. 



ARTOANN, H. C. 

Tragoedle der Raecher. See TOURNEUR, 
CYRIL. 

ARVEY, RICHARD E. 

Bartleby, the scrivener; an adaptation 
of Herman Melville's Bartleby. 1 v. 
A play in 7 scenes. NM: dramatiza- 
tion & additions. © Richard E. 
Arvey; 8Apr71; DU79645- 

ARVONIO, PATRICK HEYWOOD. 

Institutions; an ensemble for ten 
players. 10 1. © Patrick Heywood 
Arvonio; 15Apr71; DU79926. 



AS BRAND, KARIN. 

Helping hand-book for holidays. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 88 p. 
Appl. author: Walter H. Baker Co. 
employer for hire. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; HMay71; DP7680. 



ASPRAY, GRACE. 

Musical panel on wifemanship, by Grace 
Aspray & Hilda Schlicke. 5 1. 
© Grace Aspray & Hilda Schlicke; 
100ct70; DP7541. 



ASTER, BETTY ELGART. 

Wild bird; a new musical play; book by 
Donald Seidel, lyrics by Marge Lark, 
music by Betty Aster. 2 v. Two 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
25Apr67, DU68756. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Margaret B. Lark, 
Betty Elgart Aster & Donald Seidel; 
23Feb71; DU79288. 

ASTOR, SAUL D. 

Internal dishonesty: The rising 
challenge and the programmed re- 
sponse. 23 1. A speech. 
© Security World Pub. Co., Inc.; 
9Feb71; C24593. 

Testing for profit leaks. 21 1. 
Lecture. Appl. states prev. pub. 
Jul., Aug., Sept. 1968, B452699 & 
B453968. NM: additions. © Security 
World Pub. Co., Inc.; 25Jun71; 
C25222. 

ATCHESON, MURIEL. 

The words of Axopka, King of Mayan 
initiates; lecture series. 51 1- 
Appl. states prev. reg. 31Aug70, 
AA176171. NM: additions. © Muriel 
Atcheson; 24Dec70; C24475. 

ATKIN, FLORA B. 

Tarradiddle travels. 24 1. A musical 
play. © Flora B. Atkin; 25Jan71; 
DU79231. 

ATWOOD, AWN. 

Haiku: the mood of earth. Pt.2: 
A photographic interpretation. 
6 1. Filmstrip script. Appl. ti . : 
Haiku: a photographic interpretation. 
© Lyceum Productions* Inc.; Iljun71: 
C25251 . 

AUDICATION, INC. 

Cobol computer programming language. 
See DEVINE, EUGENE. 

AUDUREAU, JEAN. 

Le jeune homme. [Paris] Gallimard. 
169 p. (Le Manteau d'Arlequin) 
© Editions Gallimard; 50Dec70; 
DFO-1808. 

AUERBACH, DAVID MARTIN. 

The bitches are here; book & lyrics by 
Mon Jonel, pseud. 74 1. A play in 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
10Aug70, DU77868. NM: additions & 
revisions. © David Martin Auerbach; 
9Mar71; DU79593- 



AUST, JAN. See SCHMINKE, JANITH AUST. 

AUSTELL, JAN. 

The play as theater. New York, 
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 378 p. 
(Adventures in good books) Appl. 
author: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 
Inc., employer for hire of Jan 
Austell & Christopher D. Kelly, 
translator. NM: introd., forewords, 
study questions, floor plans & 
staging, p. 226-227 & translation of 
one play. © Harcourt Brace Jovano- 
vich, Inc.; 20Jan71; A227501. 

AVANT, DONALD. 

A beggar in the court of Solomon. 
See PURNELL, JANAIRE R. 



AVELLIS-NUNBERG, MARIA. See NUNBERG, 
MARIA. 

AVENICK, JOSEPH, JR. 

Write on, even though it's wrong. 
1 v. Monolog. © Joseph Avenick, 
Jr.; 20Jan71; C24497 . 

AVERY, HELEN P. 

A Christmas carol; adapted from the 
story by Charles Dickens. y 1. 
A play in 2 acts. NM: dramatization 
Sr additions. © Helen P. Avery; 
l6Feb71; DU79387. 

The minotaur must die! Or, The palace 
of the minotaur. A play based on 
legends of Theseus and ancient Crete. 
37 1. Two acts. NM: original dra- 
matization of the Theseus legend Sr 
other legends. © Helen P. Avery; 
l6Feb71; DU79586. 

AVNET, I. DUKE. 

F day; a one act play. 16 1. 

© I. Duke Avnet; 25Feb71; DU79519. 

AXELRAD, JORDAN. 

Out of the stadium; a two-act musical 
play by Jordan Axelrad & Paul 
Gorman; songs by Paul Gorman & 
Jordan Axelrad. 1 v. © Paul 
Gorman & Jordan Axelrad; 8Mar71; 
DU79587 . 

AXELRAD, NANCY SANDRA. 

Opus I. 17 1. A play in 11 sequences. 
© Nancy Sandra Axelrad; 8jan71; 
DU79069. 

AYDIN, AYSEN. 

Ciao bella. 1 v. Screenplay. Eng- 
lish. © Aysen Aydin; HMar71; 
DU79611. 



B 



BABBIDGE, ROBERT F. 

Detailed job inspection system, DJI . 
Cassette no.1006. 22 1. Script. 
Appl. authors: Robert F. Babbidge & 
W. Pence Dae us . © 4 BMAP Systems, 
Inc.; 50Mar71; C24785. 

Introduction to four basic management 
administrative procedures. Cassette 
no. 1001. 35 1. Script. Appl. au- 
thors: Robert F. Babbidge & W. Pence 
Dacus. © 4 BMAP Systems, Inc.; 
30Mar71; C24784. 

Job procedures, JP. Cassette no. 1005. 
51 1. Script. Appl. authors: 
Robert F. Babbidge & W. Pence Dacus. 
© 4 BMAP Systems, Inc.; 30Mar71; 
C24786. 

Operating letter system, OL. Cassette 
no. 1004. 51 1. Script. Appl. au- 
thors : Robert F. Babbidge & W. Pence 
Dacus. © 4 BMAP Systems, Inc.; 
30Mar71; C24788. 



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Planned management program, PMP Cas 
sette no. 1002. 22 1. Script. 
Appl. authors: Robert F. Babbidge & 
W. Pence Dacus. © 4 BMAP Systems. 
Inc.; 30Mar71; C24789. 

Project committee system, PC. Cas- 
sette no. 1005. 23 1. Script. 
Appl. authors: Robert F. Babbidge & 
W. Pence Dacus. © 4 BMAP Systems, 
Inc.; 30Mar71; C24787. 

BABIN, LAWRENCE JAMEa. 

Trouble in Tampa. 1st ed. Wethi • 
field, Conn., Pyqu:-*g Books. 16 r 
Five scenes. © Lawrence Jam* 
Babin; 26Feb71; DP7631. 

BACHTOLD, KEN. 

Saloon; a musical suggested by The 
drunkard. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Ken riaehtold; 21Jun71; DU80564. 

BADRIG, ROBERT H. 

The last of the Puritans; a one act 
comedy. 19 1. © R obert H . Badria- 
17Mar71; DU79678. 

A reasonable madness & A madness for 
truth. 1 v. Two plays. © Robert 
H. Badrig; J0Mar71; DU79796 . 

BADRIG, ROBERT HOGROGIAN. 

The mad madonna. 44 1. A play. 

© Robert Hogroglan Badrig; 21Apr71; 
DU79984. ' 

BAFFA (LOU) & CO., INC. 

Operation profit. See BAFFA, LOUIS J. 

BAFFA, LOUIS J. 

Operation profit. 4 1. © Lou Baffa & 
Co., Inc.; I8jun71; C25325. 

BAGDASARIAN, NICK, pseud. See 
BAGDASIAN, HARRY MICHAEL. 

BAGDASIAN, HARRY MICHAEL. 

Reaching to darkness; a play by Nick 
Bagdasarian, pseud. 70 1. Three 
acts. © Harry Michael Bagdasian; 
10Feb71; DU79366. 



BAIBI, S. Y. , pseud. See HAKIM, S. 

BAILEY, ALLAN C. 

Liberation; written by Allan C. Bailey 
& C. Bailey,. Jr. Sheet. © Allan C. 
Bailey; 28Apr71; C24879. 

BAILEY, C, JR. 

Liberation. See BAILEY, ALLAN C. 

BAILEY ENTERPRISES, LTD 

Pr iS e i tlV | S ra 7 ^S 1 ^; script. 
2 5J an 7 lf c^S.^™ 3 ^ "^ 

BAILEY, JESSE K., JR 

^f^S 35 ^ fr0m X '> a P la y b y Jeffer^ 
son Bayley, pseud. 1 v. Two acts. 

Su4ioll. K - Balley - Jr - ; 12jan71 ^ 

BAILEY, MICHAEL P. 

The good ship Byzantium. 56 1 A 

a T S t CB -} play - Book & lyrics only. 
© Michael Bailey; 23Mar71; DU79536 

BAIRD, MARTHA. 

On the opposites in music: separation 
and junction. 25 1. © Martha 
Baird; 22Apr71; C252g4. 

Some opposites in Mozart, con amore. 
C24978 ® Martha Balrd ; 21Apr71; 



BAKER, CHARLOTTE. 
CHARLOTTE BAKER. 



See MONTGOMERY, 



DRAMAS 



BAKER, ELLIOTT. 

Motherhood revised; a comedy. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Elliott Baker; 
19Apr71; DU79966. 

BAKER, JOH 

MarcLa-san; a comedy in three ad . 
82 1. © John Milton Baker; 23Mar71; 
DU79734 . 

BAKER, KATHARINE. 

I shall return to Prague. See DAHEK, 
OLDRICH. ' 

BAKER, PAUL. 

Hamlet, E.3.P.; an adaptation of 
William Shakespeare's Hamlet. 
160 1. A play in 3 acts. © Paul 
Baker; 7Jun71; DU80617. 

BAKER (WALTER H. ) CO. 

Act of grace. See NEILD, MARY. 
Th T0M hriStmaS Creep " See MCELFRESH, 
The florist shop. See HAWKRIDGE, 
WINIFRED. ' 

He l]?ing hand-book for holidays. See 

ASBRAND, KARIN. 
Madonna in concrete. See TURNER 

PHILIP W. ' 

No lullaby for me. See CALITRI 
PRINCINE. 1Klj 

Peter. See BORN, LOUIS. 

The spectators. See CABLE, HAROLD. 

Three wishes for Tish. See MARTFWd 
ANNE COULTER. MARTENS, 

BALCH, CLAYTON. 

Othello. See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

BALDWIN, WILLIAM E. 

Red suspenders; a musical comedy; book 
& lyrics by W. E. Baldwin. 1 v 
Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg". DU64254. 
KM: revisions. ©William E. 
Baldwin; 3Mar71; DU79569. 

BALIBRERA, DANA EVANS. 

Metalliferous Murphy. 17 1. Screen- 
play. © Dana Evans Balibrera; 
l8jan71; DU79167. 
Under the willow, under the willows 
once more. See BALIBRERA, MARIO S. 

BALIBRERA, MARIO S. 

Under the willow, under the willows, 
once more, by M.. S. Balibrera, David 
Goldberg & D. E. Balibrera. 1 v. 
Screenplay. © Mario S. Balibrera, 
Dana Evans Balibrera & David 
Goldberg; 4Mar71; DU79555. 

BALLIVET, SUZANNE. 

Topaze, texte definitif. See 
PAGNOL, MARCEL. 

BALLOU, EDWARD GEORGE. 

The flophouse. 46 1. A play 

© Edward George Ballou; 15Mar71; 

BANCROFT-WHITNEY CO. 

U.S. Supreme Court: Audio-Lex edition. 
See LOUISELL, DAVID W. 

BANGS, GERALD F. 

Dukie run, by Jerry Bangs. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 27Augo9, DU75220. NM: 
revisions. © Jerry Bangs; 3Mar71; 
DU79546. ' 

BANIK, JOSEPH A. 

Marley; the last years of Christopher 
Marlowe during the reign of Eliza- 
beth I; a play in two acts. 1 v. 
© Joseph A. Banik; HFeb71; DU79237 . 

BANKS, IVERSON E. 

Ghetto laugh; or, That's tha ways it 
be's sometimes. 4 1. © Iverson E. 
Banks; 12Mar71; C24713. 



Jan.-June 



BANOV, ROBERT LOUIS. 

n 're. 74 1. A screenplay. 
© Robert Louis Banov; 17Jun71; 

XJUOO527 . 



BARAKA, IMAMU AMIRI. 
LEROI. 



See JONES, 



BARASCH, NORMAN. 

Matinee at the Hilton; a new -comedy. 
1 v. Three acts. © Norman Barasch; 
7Jun71; DU8o= ..- 

BARBIER, 

La Reine de Saba. 
CHARLES. 



See GOUNOD, 



- 
■ 
' ' . r71; 

BARINGER, JOHN LEE, JR. 

Meetings. 1 v. Plays. © John 
Baringer, Jr.; 10May71; DU80141. 

BARKER, STEPHEN M. 

Large, small or medium — the lore and 
art of sizing. 14 1. © Stepher 
Barker; 9Apr71; C24827. 

BARLOW, ANNA MARIE. 

Ferryboat; a one act play. 

Play Service. 21 d. ApdI. states 
prey. reg. l8Feb52 . 
additions & rs 
Barlow; 17Feb71; ! 

BARNES (A. S.) & CO., INC. 

Ofoti. See WHEATCROFT, JOHN. 

BARNES, DOROTHY BYERS . 

In the sight of the Lord; a Bible 
skit. 1 v. Three scenes. 
© Dorothy Byers names; 7Jurri, 
DU80400 . 

BARNES, PETER. 

Con. See DIAL, WILLIAM. 

BARNETT, WILLIAM EDWARD. 

1970 compositions for oral presenta- 

i^mf c24 7 4l. William E ' *"*"' 

BARR, LILLIAN. 

A piece of the rainbow; a drama in 
three acts. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 5Aug70, DU77830. NM: re- 
visions. © Lillian Barr; 22Feb71- 
DU79451. 

BARRETO, SAMUEL PEREZ. See PEREZ 
BARRETO, SAMUEL. 

BARROLL, J. LEEDS. 

Othello. See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

BARRY, JULIAN. 

Lenny; a play based on the life and 
words of Lenny Bruce. 1 v Two 
acts. Appl. states prev ree 
25Jun68, A1985917 as The essfntial 
Lenny Bruce NM: dramatization & 
additions. © Marvin Worth Produc- 
tions; l6Apr71; DU79953. 

BARRY, PHILIP JAMES. 

The sheriff who had no horse; a play 
in two acts by P. J. Barry. l" v 
© Philip J. Barry; 22Jun71; 
DU80585 . 

BARRY, VINCENT. 

We make our own; a one act drama. 
18 1. © Vincent Barry; 17Mar71- 
DU79677. 

BARTLEY, JACK C See HEIRLOOM PRODUC- 
TIONS OF HILLIARD. ™uuuo 



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BASSAGE, HAROLD. 

Time for choice; a story In dialogue. 
New York, Friendship Press, tj p. 
© Friendship Press, Inc.; 25Feb70; 
DP7699. 

BASSI, CALLISTO. 

Guglielmo Tell. See ROSSINI, 
GIACCHINO. 

BATTY, DEREK C. 

Slim Sam and Sis! By Derek C. Batty 8- 
Richard Bethell. 31 1. Screenplay. 
© Derek C. Batty & Richard Bethell; 
25Jan71; DU79223- 

BAUER, MARY J. 

Ballad of old Johnson Gardner (How our 
town was named) 2 1. © Mary J. 
Bauer; lMar71; C24555. 

BAUGH, CALE, pseud. See CALEBAUGH, 
CHARLES BARNEY. 

BAUM, FRANK. 

The wizard of Oz . See HARRINGTON, 
EDITH RUSSELL. 

BAUMGARTNER, CAROLYN P. 

The Last Supper — more than just a 
painting, by Carolyn P. Baumgartner, 
Joyce B. Reisch & Mary Lou Tweed. 
13 1. © L.C.W.. Lutheran Church of 
the Apostles; 14Feb71; DP7688. 

BAYLEY, JEFFERSON, pseud. See 
BAILEY, JESSE K., JR. 

BEALS, MICHAEL. 

The tragedy of Socrates. Philadelphia, 
Dorrance. 63 p. Five acts. 
© Michael Beals; 23Mar71; A226970. 



BEARD, VIRGINIA MARY MCFADYEN. 

Yurgide's story of London Bridge and 
Lake Havasu City. 22 1. Tape 
recording script. © Virginia 
McFadyen Beard; 2&\Jun71; C25381. 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Almost Christmas. See COCKBURN, 

JERALD LEE. 
Always April, never March, by James M. 
Beasley & Jerald Lee Cockburn. 
130 1. A play in 2 acts. © Loyd 
Bennett Productions; l8Feb71; 
DU79t23. 
Armageddon. 86 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. authors: James M. Beasley & 
Jerald Lee Cockburn. © Loyd 
Bennett Productions; l8Mar71; 
DU79691. 
Award, award, award, by James M. 
Beasley & Jerald Lee Cockburn. 
73 1. Screenplay. © Loyd Bennett 
Productions; l8Mar71; DU79692. 
Cassandra, by James M. Beasley & 

Jerald Lee Cockburn. 95 1- A. play 
in 2 acts . © Loyd Bennett Produc- 
tions; 4Feb71; DU79326. 
The classroom; by James M. Beasley & 
Jerald Lee Cockburn. 97 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Loyd Bennett Produc- 
tions; 8Feb71; DU79352. 
Destiny, by James M. Beasley *• Jerald 
Lee Cockburn. 69 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Loyd Bennett Productions; 
10Feb71; DU79363. 
Dynasty, by James M. Beasley & Jerald 
Lee Cockburn. 68 1. © Loyd Bennett 
Productions; Uun71; C25041. 

Into the valley of the shadow, by 
James M. Beasley & Jerald Lee 
Cockburn. 73 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Loyd Bennett Productions; l8Feb71; 
DU79427 . 
The legend, by James M. Beasley & 

Jerald Lee Cockburn. 39 1. A play. 
© Loyd Bennett Productions; l6Feb71; 
C24515- 



The mandrake root; a new play by James 
M. Beasley & Jerald Lee Cockburn. 
70 1. Two acts. © Loyd Bennett Pro- 
ductions; lSMar71; DU79690. 

Morning star; a new play by James M. 
Beasley & Jerald Lee Cockburn. 
83 1. Two acts. © Loyd Bennett 
Productions: l'iADm: DU79928. 

The new Hamlet, by James M. Beasley & 
Jerald Lee Cockburn. 5^ 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Loyd Bennett Produc- 
tions; 5Apr71; DU79663. 

Odyssey. See COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 

Perfect; a new play by James M. Beasley 
5L- Jerald Lee Cockburn. 92 1. Two 
acts, © Loyd Bennett Productions; 
15Apr71; DU79933. 

Rendezvous. See COCKBURN, 
JERALD LEE. 

Rise to glory, fall to sorrow, by 
James M. Beasley fr Jerald Lee 
Cockburn. 130 1. A play in 4 acts. 
© Loyd Bennett Productions; 25Jan71; 
DU79227 . 

Saint Joan of Arc; a new play by James 
M. Beasley & Jerald Lee Cockburn. 

1 v. Two acts. © Loyd Bennett Pro- 
ductions; lFeb71; DU79053. 

Song of songs. See COCKBURN, 

JERALD LEE. 
To have and to hold. See COCKBURN, 

JERALD LEE. 
Victory, by James M. Beasley & Jerald 

Lee Cockburn. 100 1. A play in 

2 acts. © Loyd Bennett Productions; 
24Feb71; DU79619- 

Wedding at two, reception at three, 
R.S.V.P.; a new play by James M. 
Beasley & Jerald Lee Cockburn. 
83 1. Two acts. © Loyd Bennett 
Productions; 15Apr71; DU79930. 

With a song in my tart; or, Verse to 
blow your mind by; or, Versa Visa; 
a new comedy by James M. Beasley 
& Jerald Lee Cockburn. 54 1. 
Two acts. © Loyd Bennett Produc- 
tions; 23Jun71; DU80540. 

BEAUMARCHAIS, P1ERRE-AUGUSTIN CARON DE. 
II barbiere di Siviglia. See ROSSINI, 
GI0ACCHIN0. 

BEAVERS, DONALD JOE. 

You; a screenplay by Don Beavers. 
212 1. © Donald Joe Beavers; 
15Mar71; DU79632. 

BECK, JACK WOLFGANG. 

The first & second parts of King 
Henry IV. See SHAKESPEARE, 
WILLIAM. 

BEDDOES, THOMAS LOVELL. 

Death's j'est-book and other poems. 
See O'CONNELL, RICHARD. 

BEEKBOHM, MAX. 

Zuleika. See STARK, IRWIN. 

BEHAR, ROBERT N. 

Powah. 115 1. A play. © Robert 
Behar; 24Feb71; DU80198. 

BEHR, HANS-GEORG. 

Werbung um Antigone. See ZIOGHAS, 
VASSILI. 

BEHR, HANS GEORG. See 
WERBUNG UM ANTIGONE. 

BEIM, NORMAN. 

Food stamps. 74 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Norman Beim; 10Jun71; DU80477 . 

BELASCO, DAVID. 

Madame Butterfly. See PUCCINI, 
GIAC0M0. 

BELL, ALLADINE. See HOCKENSMITH, 
ALLADINE BELL. 

BELL, MARION H., JR. 

Ein kurz Drama. 10 1. English. 
© Marion H. Bell, Jr.; l8Feb71; 
C24522. 



BELL, MARTIN. 

One man band; an original screenplay. 
23 1. © Martin Bell; l6Apr70; 
DU79838. 

BELLEZZA, FRANCESCO. 

La boheme. See PUCCINI, GIAC0M0. 
Simon Boccanegra. See VERDI, 

GIUSEPPE. 
Tosca. See PUCCINI, GIAC0M0. 

BELWIN-MILLS PUB. CORP. 

Of mice and men. See FLOYD, 
CARLISLE. 



BEMSKI, HANK, pseud. 
WILLIAM N. 

BENAVENTE, JACINTO. 
Crlstlna y Leonor. 
MARIA IZQUIERDO. 



See BLACK, 



See PASCUAL, JOSE 



BENAY, TRUDI. See HAMPTON, MYRTLE. 

BENEDICT, STEWART H. 

Dear old golden rule days. 24 1. 
A play. © Stewart H. Benedict; 
l4jun71; DU80496. 
Going up! 13 1. A play. © Stewart 
H. Benedict; 8jun71; DU80417. 

BENET, STEPHEN VINCENT. 

Scratch. See MACLEISH, ARCHIBALD. 

BENNETT, ARTHUR S. 

The beautiful gingerbread house. 
3 1. © Arthur S. Bennett; lMar71: 
C24554. 

BENNETT, GORDON C. 

God is my fuehrer; a dramatic inter- 
pretation of the life of Martin 
Niemoller. New York, Friendship 
Press. '+7 p. © Friendship Press, 
Inc.; 25Feb70; DP7701. 
Meet Noah Smith; a one-act drama based 
on a fantasy by D. Richard Hepler. 
16 1. © Gordon C. Bennett; 22Jun71; 
DU80465 . 

BENNETT, JOHN MCGREW. 

The dream of Claudia Procla; a play. 
107 1. Two acts. © John M. 
Bennett; l8May71; DU80068. 

BENNETT (LOYD) PRODUCTIONS. 

For works claimed by Loyd Bennett 
Productions Seei 
BEASLEY, JAMES M. 
COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 

BENNETT, RUTH ANN. 

Homemade soup; a play in one act by 
I. M. Fairydust, pseud. 33 1. 
© Ruth Ann Bennett; Uun71; DU80432. 

BENROS PRODUCTIONS. 

Puntier City. See ROSSI, BEN. 

BENTLEY, BYRON R. 

Happy Thanksgiving; a musical play; 
books, lyrics & music by Byron 
Bentley. 1 v. Three acts. © Byron 
R. Bentley; Uun71; DU80445. 

BERGE, PAT J. 

Vengeance is mine; by Patrice Jay, 
pseud. 201 1. A screenplay. 
NM: revisions. © Patrice Jay; 
23Jun71; DU8059I. 

BERGLAND VERLAG. 

Glueck, Missbrauch und Rueckkehr. 
See NESTR0Y, J0HANN. 

BERKOWITZ, LUCI. 

Oedipus tyrannus. See SOPHOCLES. 

BERKSHIRE, MARGARET JOYCE. 

Lo! the white eagle. 91 1- A play in 
2 acts. NM: revision. <"• Margaret 
Berkshire; 26jan71; DU79240. 



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BERLIN, JOYCE EDWINA. 

The beast on the throne. 60 1. A 

play In 2 acts. © Joyce E. Berlin; 

24Mar71; DU79753. 
The relations of Paul Le Jeune. 60 1. 

A play. © Joyce E. Berlin; 24Mar71; 

DU79752. 

BERMAN, ELAINE. 

Go jump In the lake; a play for 

children. 40 1. © Elaine Berman; 
29Mar71; DU79785 . 
The thirteen clocks; a play for chil- 
dren; adapted from the book of the 
same title by James Thurber. 32 1. 
NM: adaptation. © Elaine Berman; 
20Apr71; DU79978. 

BERNSTEIN, SAMUEL J. 

Family. 76 1. A play in 3 sequences. 
© Samuel J. Bernstein; 26jan71; 
DU79241. 

BERRIGAN, DANIEL, FATHER. 

The trial of the Catonsville nine; 
text prepared for the New York pro- 
duction by Saul Levitt. 50 1. 
A play. © Father Daniel Berrigan; 
26Apr71; DU80189. 

BERRY, DON. 

Sermon digests. 1 v. © Broadman 
Films; l8jun71; C25239. 

BERRY, NEWTON. 

The last days of Tolstoy, by Newton & 
Sylvia Berry. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Newton Berry & Sylvia Ber- 
ry; 4Jan71; DU78997 ■ 

BERRY, SYLVIA. 

The last days of Tolstoy. See BERRY, 
NEWTON. 

BERRY, THOMAS. 

In the beginning. 
DENNIS. 



See DOTY, 



BERTON, RALPH. 

A girl's best friend. See 
GINSBURG, BERNARD MATTHEW. 

BERTUCELLI, LEO. 

Through a glass, horribly. 98 1. 
Screenplay. © Leo Bertucelli; 
lApr71; DU79813. 

BESMANOFF, RICHARD. 

Block - 12. 1 v. Screenplay. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 21May70, DU77249. 
NM: adaptation 8: additions. © Ric 
Besmanoff; 22Mar71; DU79718. 

THE BEST PLAYS OF I969-I970. The Burns 
Mantle yearbook. Edited by Otis L. 
Guernsey, Jr. Illustrated with photos. 
& with drawings by Hirschfeld. New 
York, Dodd, Mead. 476 p. Appl. 
states all new except drawings & play 
dialogue. © Dodd, Mead & Co., Inc.; 
30Nov70; A2O6840. 

BETAR, GEORGE. 

The popcorn machine. 55 1. A musical 
play in 4 scenes. Book only. 
© George Betar; l4jan71; DU79H9- 

BETHELL, RICHARD. 

Slim Sam and Sis. See BATTY, DEREK C. 

BETTER MOUSETRAP, INC. 

Introducing J. Douglas Edwards: Pro- 
fessionalism in closing sales. 17 1 
Recording script. © Better Mouse- 
trap, Inc.; 24May71; C25053. 
J. Douglas Edwards on management. 
36 1. Recording script. © Better 
Mousetrap, Inc.; 21May71; C25050. 

BETTINELLI, BRUNO. 

Count down (Conto alia rovescia) 

Vicenda musicale in un atto; libret- 
to di Antonello Madau Diaz, musica 
di Bruno Bettinelli. Milano, 
Ricordi. 24 p. Italian. Libretto. 
© G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; 24Mar70; 
DF2067 . 



BEVANS, MARVIN JULES. 

Summer, fall, down; a new play by 
M. J. Bevans . 1 v. Two acts. 
© Marvin Jules Bevans; 21May71; 
DU80275 . 

BICKLEY, ROBERT B., SR. 

Quoth the raven; a dramatico-musical 
composition for stage, screen or 
television. 5 1. Includes music 
for 1 song. Appl. states song 
prev. reg. 2Jun70, 104562. NM: 
dramatization of song. © Robert B. 
Blckley, Sr.; 13Jul71; DU80615. 

BICKNELL, MARY E. 

Grim's hairy tale; a play in one act. 
61 1. © Mary Bicknell; l4Apr71; 
DU79914 . 

BIENSTOCK, DAVID PAUL. 

Quasar; a motion picture in three di- 
mensions by David Bienstock 8c Bruce 
Rubin. 161 1. © David Bienstock & 
Bruce Rubin; 7Jan71; DU79042. 

BIERCE, AMBROSE. 

Benedicta. See WEISMAN, MARTHA. 

BIERMAN, JUDAH. 

The play and the reader. See 
JOHNSON, STANLEY. 

BILIK, JERRY H. 

The brass and grass forever; a musical 
play. 2 v. Two acts. © Jerry H. 
Bilik; 8Mar71; DU79583. 

BINION, STEPHAN. 

Billy the kid; a screenplay. 158 1. 
© Stephan Binion; 28Dec70; DU79382. 

BINION, STEPHAN LUKE. 

The miracle; a play in three acts with 
prologue. 23 1. © Stephan Luke 
Binion; 26Mar71; DU79559. 

BIRD (HAL) PUBLICATIONS, INC. 

The American goldfinch revue. See- 
GEMMELL, JAMES L. 

BIRD, JOHN. 

Flamenco funk show, by Jan Davis, 
pseud, of J. Bird, & Louis Urbina. 
5 1. Script. © John Bird & Louis 
Urbina; 13May71; C25OOI. 

BIRIMISA, GEORGE. 

Georgie Porgie. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © George Birlmisa; 28jun71; 
DU80622. 



BIS, HIPPOLYTE. 
Guglielmo Tell. 
GIACCHINO. 



See ROSSINI, 



BISHOP, CHESTER F. 

We really don't want to know, by Moki, 
pseud. Sheet. © Chester F. Bishop 
& Margaret V. Bishop; l6Feb71; 
C245J7 . 

BISHOP, MARGARET V. 

We really don't want to know. See 
BISHOP, CHESTER F. 

BJAR, HADA. 

Carroussel infantil; guion y libreto . 
8 1. Three parts. Appl. authors: 
Ada B. Garcia & Manuel F. Garcia. 
© Ada Bejar Garcia & Manuel F. Gar- 
cia; 10Feb71; DU79149. 

BLACK BUTTERFLY, INC. 

The sunshine girl. See MALONEY, 
CLARENCE . 

BLACK EXPLORER; a play in one act about 
a black .American, Matthew Henson. 
New York, Youth Discovers. Sheets in 
folder. Appl. author: Harold Frank- 
lin. S Harold Franklin; 4jan71; 
A208415. 



BLACK, WILLIAM N. 

The American goldfinch revue. See 
GEMMELL, JAMES L. 

BLACKMAN, CHARLES. 

Musical concepts for technical profi- 
ciency on orchestral instruments; 
script. 1 v. © Charles Blackman; 
26jan71; C24516. 

BLACKSTONE, SIDNEY. 

Turning tables. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Sidney Blackstone; 19Apr71; 
DU79967 . 

BLACKSTONE, WARREN J. 

The master of Paris; written by Warren 
J. Blackstone, composed by Morris 
Bleiwas. 1 v. A musical play in 

2 acts. Libretto. Appl. states 
prev. reg. Aug. 1970, DU77914 - TIM: 
revisions & new 2d act. © Warren J. 
Blackstone 8c Morris Bleiwas; 
9Apr71; DU79959. 

BLAINE, LAURENCE. 

The gift. See SCHIEDEMAHN, KURT. 

A rose for cousin Henry; a play. 

96 1. Two parts. © Laurence 

Blaine & Melanie Lynn Blaine; 

22Apr71; DU80004. 

BLAINE, MELANIE LYNN. 

A rose for cousin Henry. See BLAINE, 
LAURENCE . 

BLAKE, ELIZABETH. 

Three scripts for family crisis inter- 
vention. New York, Plays for Living. 
36 p. © Elizabeth Blake; 15Feb71; 
DP7637. 

BLAKE, GARY. 

Five revue sketches. 1 v. © Gary 
Blake; 31Mar71; DU79608. 

BLANCA LIVINGSTON DE ETCHEMENDY, MARIA. 
See ETCHEMENDYj MARIA BLANCA 
LIVINGSTON DE. 

BLAND, EDWARD 0. 

The American hero; idea, story & 
screenplay by Edward 0. Bland & 
Nelam L. Hill. 152 1. © Edward 0. 
Bland & Nelam L. Hill; 17Mar71; 
DU79679'. 

BLEIWAS, MORRIS. 

The master of Paris. See BLACKSTONE, 
WARREN J. 

BLISS, ALICE. 

Requiem of a city. 1 v. A play in 

3 acts. Appl. ti.: Requiem for a 
city. © Alice Bliss; 9Jun71; 
DU80426. 

BOBBS-MERRILL CO., IMC. 

Saint Joan. See SHAW, GEORGE 
BERNARD. 

BODLEY, ROGER W. 

Doing science discovery series. 

Grades 4-6. 9 v. Nine tape scripts. 
Appl. authors: Roger W. Bodley tc 
Robert C. Goodman. © Flexible 
Learning Systems, Inc.; 30Aor71; 
C24939 . 



BOEHM, ALBERT C. 

Personality development through 
respect; parenting with respect. 
96 1. © Abitron Corp.; 24Feb71; 
C24650. 



BOGNER, FRANZ JOSEF. 

The Hindu-Arabic number system. 
RAPPOLT, HEDWIG D. 

BOITO, ARRIGO. 

Falstaff. See VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 
Othello. See VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 
Simon Boccanegra. See VERDI, 
GIUSEPPE. 



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1971 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



BOLT, ROBERT. 

Vivat! Vivat Regina! Schauspiel in 
zwei Akten; Deutsch von Estella 
Schmid und Martin Esslin. Wien, 
Universal Edition. 209 P- © Uni- 
versal Edition, A.G.; 25Feb?l; 
DFO-I818. 

BON ANNO, JOHN. 

The second coming; by John Bonanno & 
Robert Madero. 58 1. A screen- 
play. © Robert Madero & John 
Bonanno; 25Jun71; DU80608. 

BOND, EDWARD. 

Demain la veille (Early mornin 1 

Adaptation francalse d'Eric Kahane. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 128 p. (Theatre 
du monde entier) S on translation; 
Editions Gallimard; 30Nov70; 
DF0-1801. 

BOND, RALEIGH. 

The rise and fall of Citizen Nobody; 
a three act play. 1 v. © Raleigh 
Bond; 8jun71; DU80412. 
The saga of Wild Buck; an original 
screenplay. 86 1. © Raleigh 
Bond; 29Apr71; DU80051. 

BONOFF, SUSAN. 

The land of Zareba; a play for 
children. 1 v. © Women's Aux- 
iliary of the San Antonio Bar Assn.; 
6Jul71; DU80528. 

BONSERGENT, REJANE . 

Tne seed: screenplay. 85 1. © Rejane 
Bonsergent; 7 May? 1 3 DU80125 . 

BOOKER, MARY L. 

Upon this rock. 45 1. A play in 
4 acts. © Mary L. Booker; 7Mav71 ; 
DU8OII9. 

BOOKTAPE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

California. 30 1. Tape script. 
(Travel America series, no.USS) 
© BookTape Productions, Inc.; 
30Apr71; C24938. 
Washington, D.C. 32 1. (Travel Ameri- 
ca series) Script. © Booktape Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; 15Apr71; C24877. 

BOONE, THERONE J. 

Run, Toby, run! Written by Therone J. 
Boone & M. Grace Scott. ' 38 1. 
A play. © Therone J. Boone & 
Mamie Grace Scott; 12Mar71; 
DU80467 . 

BOORAEM, JONE ALLISON. 

She shells commercial. Sheet. 

© Jone A. Booraem; 31Mar71; C24790. 

BOOSEY & HAWKES MUSIC PUBLISHERS, LTD 
Der Besuch der alten Dame. See 
VON EINEM, GOTTFRIED. 

BORDENIUK, STEPHEN. 

Night train. 31 1. a play. 
© Stephen Bordeniuk; 26Apr71- 
DU79963. 

Shadows. 25 1. A play. © Stephen 
Bordeniuk; 26Apr71; DU7996I. 

BORENZWEIG, PAULA. 

A matter of sight and death. 29 1 
A screenplay. © Srul Borenzweig! 
guardian of Paula Borenzweia- 
17Jun71; DU80548. 

BORENZWEIG, SRUL. 

A matter of sight and death. See 
BORENZWEIG, PAULA. 

^NICHOLAl. ' the m ° 0n - SSe ™> 

BORN, LOUIS. 

Peter; by Patricia V. Schneider, music 
by Louis Born. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 30 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. & prev. pub. HFeb58, DP3320. 
NM: revisions & additions . © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 8Feb71s DP7616. 



BORNET, FRED. 

Gea; original story & screenplay. 
123 1. © Fred Bornet; l8jan71; 
DU79021. 

B0SB00M, FLORENCE. 

Lazarus; original story & screenplay 
by Tata BosBoom. Ill 1. © Tata 
BosBoom; 13Apr71; DU79910. 

BOSHINSKI, BLANCHE. 

Fun and friends. 31 1. Recording 
script. © Cass, Inc.; 26May71; 
C25156. 

BOSTON, ROBERT M. 

Abraham Lincoln, the fifth leg and 
mere words; a lecture. 1 v. 
© Robert M. Boston; 5Apr71; C24802. 

BOUCHARD, LARRY D. 

A time of innocence. Two acts. (In 
Catalyst, Dec. 1970, p. 35- [47]) 
© Larry D. Bouchard; 6Nov70; DP7655. 

BOULGAKOV, MIKHAIL. 

Le maitre et Marguerite. See 
PETROVIC, ALEKSANDER. 

BOURGEA, RON. 

Have a heart; a one act play. Schul- 
enburg, Tex., Stage Magic Plays. 
18 1. © Ron Bourgea; 8Sep70; 
DP7533 • 

BOURGEAULT, MONICA E. 

Let's fly with Bob Bourgeault. See 
BOURGEAULT, ROBERT A. 

BOURGEAULT, ROBERT A. 

Let's fly with Bob Bourgeault. Tape 
scripts. Appl. authors: Robert A. 
Bourgeault & Bourgeault Sound Pro- 
ductions. © Robert A. Bourgeault & 
Monica E. Bourgeault. 
Bowling, pt.1-8. NM: additions. 
© 19Apr71; C24884. 

BOURGEAULT SOUND PRODUCTIONS. 

Let's fly with Bob Bourgeault. See 
BOURGEAULT, ROBERT A. 

BOWER, HELEN FRAZEE- . See FRAZEE-BOWER, 
HELEN. 

BOYER, BRUCE H. 

Maine morning. 20 1. A play. 

© Bruce H. Boyer; 28jan71; DU79262. 

BOYLAN, DANIEL JOSEPH TOBIAS. 

If I had my whole life to live over 
again — I would give the part to an 
understudy. 130 1. A play in 2 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
8Mar67, DU68053 & 13Jan67, DU73254. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Daniel 
Tobias Boylan; 28May71; DU80337. 

BOYLAN, ELEANOR. 

The occupants; a one act play for hand 
puppets combined with rod puppets. 
Ashville, Ohio, Puppetry Store. 
14 p. Includes music & lyrics to 
1 song. © Puppeteers of America, 
Inc.; lApr71; DP7651. 



BOYLAN, JOHN, pseud. 
JACK B. 



See JEGLUM, 



BOYLE, DONALD R. 

Saturday night and Sunday morning; 
a pilot script. 39 1. Screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 15Apr70, 
DU76931. NM: revision & dramatiza- 
tion. © Donald R. Boyle; 5Mar71; 
DU795?3- 

BOYLE, THOMAS JOSEPH. 

Dynamic investing for profit. 36 1. 
Lecture. © Thomas J. Boyle; 
8Jun71; C25206. 



BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

At the bottom of the convolution. 

8 1. A play. © Benjamin Bradford; 

l6Feb71; DU79408. 
My name was never Angol. 21 1. 

A play. © Benjamin Bradford; 

22Mar71; DU79727. 
Plotters. 30 1. A play. © Benjamin 

Bradford; 25Feb71; DU79500. 
Rehearsal. 8 1. A play. © Benjamin 

Bradford; 10Mar71; DU79603. 
Roy's letters. 23 1. A play. ©Ben- 
jamin Bradford; 24Mar71; DU79744. 
Zap! 14 1. A play. © Benjamin 

Bradford; 4Mar71; DU79550. 

BRADY, ANNE HAZLEWOOD. 

Pipe dream, by Anne Brady & Marjorie 
DeFazio. 43 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Anne Hazlewood Brady & Marjorie 
DeBol DeFazio; HJan71; DU79090. 



BRADY, GERALDINE F. , pseud. 
KRUESI, GERALDINE F. 



See 



BRANDIFINI, JOHN. 

Documentary control system for distri- 
bution. 1 v. © John Brandifinl; 
24jun71; C25357- 

BRANDT (S. ) CORP. 

Supervising by objectives. 13 v. 

Thirteen scripts. © S. Brandt Corp.. 
formerly Loen-Brandt, Inc.; l6Mar71;' 
C24864 . 

BRANSCOM, HARRY R., JR. 

The relative; a three act play. 64 1. 
© Harry R. Branscom, Jr.; 28jan71; 
DU79263. 

BRAVERMAN, SHIRLEY JAY. 

The prophet from Tekoah; a three act 
play. 54 1. © Shirley Jay Braver- 
man; 19May71; DU80252. 

BRECHT, BEKTOLT. 

Bertolt Brecht: collected plays. 
Vol.1. Edited by John Willett & 
Ralph Manheim. London, Methuen. 
456 p. Appl. author: Methuen & Co., 
Ltd., employer for hire. © on 
translation; Methuen & Co., Ltd.; 
5Feb70; AF32718. © on introd. & 
notes; Methuen & Co, Ltd.; 5Feb70; 
AF32717. 
Texte fur Filme; Drehbucher, Proto- 
kolle, Exposes und Szenarien. 
Frankfurt, Suhrkamp. 673 p. 
© Stefan S. Brecht; 230ct69; 
AF32722. 

BRECHT, STEFAN S. 

Texte fUr Filme. See BRECHT, BERTOLT. 



BREDIN, CRAIG WILLIAMS. 

Four flowers bowed in peace. 8 1. 
A play. Includes lyrics for 2 
songs. © Craig Williams Bredin; 
7Apr71; DU79859. 

BREEN, JOHN J. 

Maybe I should call my lawyer. 22 1. 
One act. © John J. Breen; 21Apr71; 
DP7649. 

BRENDLE, MARY. 

Concrete canyon romance. 35 1 . A 
play. © Mary Brendle; HJan71; 
DU79081. 

I want you. 50 1. A play. © Mary 

Brendle; HJan71; DU79082. 
Shangri-Kirsch. 25 1. A play. 
© Mary Brendle; HJan71; DU79080. 

BRENNAN, RAYMOND. 

Wednesday's child. See LE BOW. 
SUSAN M. 

BRENT (MICHAEL) PUBLICATIONS, INC. 
Holidayland. See ROBERTS, RUTH. 



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BRET3CHER, PAUL G. 

The wine of New Testament preaching; 
lectures on preaching. 47 1. 
© Paul G. Bretscher; 5Apr71; C24805. 

BREUER, HERB. 

We. 45 1. Screenplay. © Herb 
Breuer Studios, Inc.; 25Jan71; 
DU79230 . 

BREUER (HERB) STUDIOS, INC. 
We. See BREUER, HERB. 

BREVARD PARLIAMENTARY LAW UNIT. 
Dr. Law S- the ailing clubwoman; a 

skit. 7 p. Appl. authors: Mrs. Dan 
Ervin, Mrs. Jerry Wegendt & 
Mrs. Fred Jordan. © Brevard Parlia- 
mentary Law Unit; 23Apr71; DU79901. 

BREWSTER, NILES . 

Stanley. See NOVAK, MARGE. 

BREWSTER, TOWNSEND TYLER. 

The brown overcoat. See SEJOUR, 
VICTOR. 



BRIDGES, JAMES. 

The days of the dancing; a screenplay. 
124 1. © Skyewiay Productions, Inc.; 
25Jun71; DU8O595. 

BRIDGMAN, JOHN. 

An American political journey. 34 1. 
Screenplay. © John Bridgman; 
Uun71; DU80446. 

BRIGHT, CHARLES JAMES. 

Once every two weeks; a play in two 
acts by Chuck Bright. 1 v. 
© Charles James Bright; 26May71; 
DU803O6 . 

BRINK, CAROL RYRIE. 

Caddie Woodlawn. Rev. version. 71 p. 
3 acts. © Carol Ryrie Brink; 
10May71; A242006. 

BRINKMEIER, CALVIN LEWIS. 

Two on an elevator; a one-act play. 
12 1. © Calvin Lewis Brinkmeier; 
26Mar71; DU79839. 

BRISTOW, ALLEN P. 

Fingerprint lifting. 6 1. Slide 
script. © Police Research Associ- 
ates; 10jun71; C25228. 

Handcuffing techniques. 8 1. Slide 
script. © Police Research Associ- 
ates; 10Jun71; C25229. 

Testing for intoxication -- the breath- 
alyzer. 7 1. Slide script. 
© Police Research Associates; 
10Jun71; C25227. 

BRITTEN, JOHN W. 

Soul countdown. Chap. 1-12. 12 v. 
Twelve scripts. © John W. Britten; 
12Mar71; C24794. 

BROADMAN FILMS. 

The centrality of preaching. See 

STANFIELD, V. L. 
Change and the- changeless Gospel. 

See SULLIVAN, JAMES L. 
Christ for the cities -- another 

language. See JAMES, PAUL S. 
Concern for people. See GRAY, J. D. 

The Cross and the Resurrection. See 

WARD, WAYNE. 
Evangelism and the modern mood. See 

CHAFIN, KENNETH L. 
The maturing of a nation. See 

CLAYPOOL, JOHN R. 
The minister's self-image. See 

CLAYPOOL, JOHN R. 
The pastor and social concerns. See 

VALENTINE, FOY J. 
The person and work of the Holy Spirit. 

See HOBBS, HERSCHEL. 
The prayer life of Jesus. See 

HALLOCK, E. F. 



Preaching values in the parables. 

See SUMMERS, RAY. 
Sermon digests. See BERRY, DON. 

Sermons for special occasions. See 

PASCHALL, H. FRAHKLII.'. 
Studies in the book of Job. See 

OWENS, JOHN JOSEPH. 
The theology and practice of baptism. 

See MOODY, DALE. 
The theology of social action. See 

DOBBINS, GAINES S. 
This is remember. See LEE, R. G. 
The use of illustrations in preaching, 

teaching and writing. See HASTINGS, 

ROBERT. 

BROADMAN PRESS. 

Hello, world. See RED, BURYL. 
Preaching from the book of James. 
See CLINAKD, GORDON. 

BROCK, JAI, pseud. See REDDICK, JANE B. 

BROCK, MICHAEL GEORGE. 

How to find a cause without getting 
involved.. See WOODS, GAIL 
MARJORIE. 

BROCK, SUE. 

Jeremy, Jeremy. See EATON, CHRISTO- 
PHER. 

BROD, MAX. 

Amerika. See HAUBENSTOCK-RAMATI 
ROMAN. 

BRODER, WILLIAM K. 

The sphynx of Kiev, by Bill Broder. 
2nd draft. 98 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Bill Broder; 21May71; DU80272. 

BRODEUR, DAVID DALLIN. 

Why Jerusalem is in Israel's hands. 
26 1. Appl. states prev. pub. 
12Feb70, A126917. NM: additions & 
revisions. © David Dallin Brodeur; 
24May71; C25052. 

BRODY, SELMA R. 

It!.s like this, cat. See DAVIDSON, 
HERBERT. 

BROME, GEORGE OLIVER. 

Beyond closed doors; a play in one 
act. 28 1. © George Oliver Brome: 
l4May71; DU80200. 



BROOK, EUGENE, pseud. 
JOSEPH ROBERT. 



See MAYER, 



BROOKE, DINAH. 

Le jour se leve. See CARNE, MARCEL. 

BROOKS, DONALD L. 

Xircus! The private life of Jesus 
Christ (Xircus! The private life of 
l*m '.#%*■>'.) 1 v. A play. ©Donald 
Brooks; llMay71; DU80187. 

BROOKS, JACK. See JVS PRODUCTIONS. 

BROOKS, RICHARD E. 

The snow train; a play. 38 1. 
© Richard E. Brooks; 20Jan71; 
DU79014 . 

BROTHERTON, ROBERT N. 

The moment is now. See GOODMAN, 
ROBERT E. 

BROUN, HEYWOOD C. 

James the dragon slayer. See 
VERKOUTEREN, J. ADRIAN. 

BROWN, GARDNER D. 

The painter; an original screenplay & 
motion picture shooting script. 
103 1. © Gardner D. Brown; l8jan71: 
DU79196. 

BROWN, MARTIN. See BROWN, MORRIS. 



BROWN, MICHAEL. 

Four hundred years. See NORTH 

DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL, MILWAUKEE. 
Marvelous times. 68 1. A musical 

play. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 

states prev. reg. l8Dec69, EU153903 . 

NM: text. © Michael 3rown; 

15Apr71; DU80245. 
BROWN, MORRIS. 

Who are you? One act by Martin Brown. 

30 1. A play. © Morris Brown; 

!<Feb71; DU7932 1 *. 
BROWN, RICHARD KENNEDY. 

The escape of Be la Varga; a teleplay. 

51 1. © RicharJ Kennedy Br 

2Feb71; DU793'->1- 
BROWN, ROBERT . 

Clay pigeons; a play in three acts 

written by Robert K. Brown d.b.a. 

Constant Toy Amberjane. 1 v. 

© Robert K. Brown; 13May71; DU70161. 

BROWN, ROBERT M. 

No such thing as luck. 203 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Robert v. Brown; 
9Apr71; DU79879. 

BROWN, ROSE SAMUELS. 

Puppet power; a play on politics; 
words & music by Rose Samuels 
Brown & Seyom Brown. 1 v. © Rose 
Samuels Brown & Seyom Brown; 
17Feb71; DU79414. 

BROWN, SEYOM. 
Puppet power. 
SAMUELS. 



See BROWN, ROSE 



BROWN, TERRY DAVE. 

Bills, wills, bills. 12 1. A play 

in 5 scenes . © Terry Brown; 

l6Jun71; DU80519. 
The breaking of Indian treaty no.313; 

or, No hope for Lake of Hope? 

22 1. A play in 7 scenes. © Terry 

Brown; l6Jun71; DU80518. 
A Santa Catalina Island incident; 

or, The day that Capt. Goodday 

saved the day. 17 1. A play in 

8 scenes . © Terry Brown; l6Jun71; 

DU80520 . 

BROWN (WM. C.) CO. PUBLISHERS. 

For works claimed by Wm. C. Brown Co. 
Publishers See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 
BROWNE, MICHAEL DENNIS. 

The sea journey. See LORD, DAVID. 

BROWNE, RONALD ANTHONY. 

Impression of life; from a series of 
poetic lectures. 4 1. Appl. ti.- 
Impressions of life. © Ronald 
Anthony Browne; 22Mar71; C2kf62. 

BROWNING, ROBERT. 

The Pied Piper of Hamelin. See 
HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 

BROYLES, ALLEBAUGH & DAVIS, INC. 
Colorado for lovers. See LEEDS 
WARNER M., III. 



BROZOWSKI, RON. 

Shocker. 8 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Ron Brozowski; I4jun71; DU80468. 

BRUNER, RICHARD W. 

The story of Joe. Pt.2-6. 5 v. Five 
screenplays. © Richard W. Bruner; 
30Dec70; DU79016-79020 . 

BRUNER, ROGER ELLIS. 

And this captivity erase; a rock mini- 
musical about freedom through 
Christ; dialogue, lyrics & music by 
Roger Ellis Bruner. 40 1. © Roger 
Ellis Bruner; I8jan71; DU79173. 
A parable of winning and losing; 

a Christian folk rock musical writ- 
ten and composed by Roger E. Bruner. 
58 1. © Roger Ellis Bruner; 
26jan71; DU79239. 



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BRUNHOUSE, JACOBS., JR. 

High season glory of the summer 
seducer; the new, now dramatic 
screenplay written by Jay Brunhouse. 
75 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
210ct70, DU78429. NM: revision & 
addition. © Jacob S. Brunhouse, 
Jr.; 27May71; DU80307. 

BRUNNER, MIRIAM F. 

The actors; a play in two acts. 49 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1965, 
DU63958. NM: revisions. © Miriam 
F. Brunner; 29Jan71; DU79268. 

BRUNNER, THEODORE F. 

Oedipus tyrannus. See SOPHOCLES. 

BUCCHI, VALENTINO. 

II coccodrillo; opera completa, quat- 
tro atti in due tempi by Valentino 
Bucchi; testo di Valentino Bucchi e 
Mauro Pezzati; riduzione per canto e 
pianoforte di Piero Guarino. Milano, 
Ricordi. 183 p. © G. Ricordi & C, 
S.P.A.; 21Apr70; DF2075 . 
II coccodrillo; quattro atti in due 
tempi; testo di Valentino Bucchi e 
Mauro Pezzati, musica di Valentino 
Bucchi. Milano, Ricordi. 29 p. 
Libretto. © G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; 
20Apr70; DF2068. 

BUCHANAN, GEORGE RICHARD. 

Eat a rat! An original screenplay by 
Wrinkle, pseud. 84 1. © George 
Richard Buchanan; 19Feb71; DU79439- 

BUCKHANTZ, ALLEN A. 

Munchausen, the incredible baron. See 
MEAD, SHEPHERD. 

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F., JR. 

Firing line. Scripts. © William F. 
Buckley, Jr. 
No. 

1. Poverty: Hope or hopeless? 
© 27Apr71; C24925. 

2. Prayer in the public schools. 
© 27Apr71; C24926. 

5. Vietnam: Pullout? Stay in? 
Escalate? © 27Apr71; C24927 . 

4. Capital punishment. © 27Apr71; 

C24928. 
5- Where does the civil rights 

movement go now? © 27Apr71; 

C24929. 

6. Abolition of the House Un- 
American Activities Committee. 
© 27Apr71; C249J0. 

78. Do we need public schools. 

© l4Dec70; C24472. 
85. Student power. © 21Dec70; 

C24382. 

BUEBENDORF, FRANCIS. 

Call for the goochoo bird; a chil- 
dren's play with music; text by 
Katherine Marcuse, adapted by Helen 
Shepard, original music by Francis 
Buebendorf. 52 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 23Sep70, EU208117. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Francis 
Buebendorf, Katherine Marcuse & 
Helen Shepard; l4jun71; DU80460. 

BUECHNER, GEORG. 

Woyzeck collage. See HEISS, 
ROLLAND L. 

BUFFER, JOE. 

Death never knocks; an original screen- 
play. 53 1. © George A. Gade; 
15Mar71; DU79640. 

BULLIIIS, ED. 

The fabulous Miss Marie. 81 1. 
(Twentieth century cycle, no. 4) 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Ed Bullins; 5May71; DU80079. 



BULLOCK, JIM. 

A Christmas carol. See KERR, JACK. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

The sounds of selling. Tape recording 
scripts. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc. 
No. 
S10?V. Words to close by. 

© 6Jul71; C25375- 
S104V. Presentations that sell. 
© 6Jul71; C25376. 
The sounds of supervision. Tape 
recording scripts. © Bureau of 
Business Practice, Inc. 
No. 
S109Y. Controlling absenteeism. 

6Jul71; C25378. 
S110Y. Preventing employee theft. 
6Jul71; C25377- 



BURGER, KURT. 

Interview and interrogation. 15 1. 
A speech. © Security World Pub. 
Co., Inc.; 9Feb71; C24602. 



BURGESS, BRIA. 

Shadows from a shattered prism; or, 
War baby grows up. 142 1. A 29 
scene play. © Bria Burgess; 
24Mar71; DU79756. 

BURGESS, HUGH F. 

With minds of their own, by Hugh F. 
Burgess & Martin H. McKibbin. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Hugh F. Burgess, 
Martin H. McKiobin; 8Mar71; DU79607. 

BURKHARD, PAUL. 

Ein Stern geht auf aus Jaakob. Zurich, 
Universal Edition. 2 v. Klavier- 
auszung und Textbuch. © Universal 
Edition, A.G. Zurich; 10ct70; 
DF0-1806. 

BURNETT, EARLE MOODY. 

At random. Relax and listen; Return 
to sanity; Harmonious living; Up- 
graded living. JO 1. Lecture. 
© Earle Moody Burnett; l8jun71; 
C25326. 

BURNS, EDWARD S. 

Cash score board address for radio & 
T.V. Sheet. Script. © Edward S. 
Burns; 22jan71; C24524. 

BURNS, EVELINE M. 

Social security for each and all. 
34 1. (Bridging the gap) Lecture. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 12Apr71; C24861. 

BURNS, KENNETH W. 

Instruction & timing tape for develop- 
ing Ansochrome film using GAF 75"F. 
developing outfit. 38 1. Script. 
© Kenneth W. Burns; 25Jun71; C25359- 



BURNS, ROBERT. 

Robbie Burns, balladeer. 
HOWLETT, ANDREW T. 



See 



BURNS, STAN. 

Your side of the family; a comedy in 
a prologue & three acts. 1st draft, 
Apr. 3, 1971. 1 v. © Stan Burns; 
24May71; DU80284. 

BURTON, PATRICIA. 

Lord Dunmore's war and the Battle of 
Point Pleasant, October 10, 1774 -- 
opening engagement of the American 
Revolution. 83 1. Radio script. 
© Patricia Burton; 15Mar71; C24722. 

BURTON, WARREN. 

This is a recording. See WARREN, ROD. 

BURWELL, RICHARD E. 

Banjo Bob. 18 1. A play. © Richard 
E. Burwell; 4Feb71; DU79328. 



BUSIEL, GEORQE. 

Audlfile no.l. 37 1. Appl. author: 
George Busiel, Harrold Hayden fr 
Richard Thome. O Segue; 3Mar71; 
C24' 1 5. 

BUTLER, BILL. 

Batman: the underworld underground 
caper. 11 1. Appl. author: Nation- 
al Periodical Publications, Inc., 
employer for hire. © National Peri- 
odical Publications, Inc.; 20May68; 
DP7557. 

BUTTACI, SALVATORE ST. JOHN. 

Barry's friends; a one act play by 

Sal St. John Buttaci. 26 1. 

© Sal St. John Buttaci; 7Jan71 ; 

DU79047 . 
For heaven's sake, Sweeney! 113 1. 

A play in 3 acts. © Salvatore 

St. John Buttaci; 24May71; DU80287 . 
Toothache; a one act play by Sal 

St. John Buttaci. 29 1. © s a l 

St. John Buttaci; 2Uan71; DU79213. 

BUZBY, WALTER J., II. 

Fire prevention and protection. 

26 1. A speech. © Security World 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 9Feb71; C24596. 
Restaurant/bar security series. 
77 1. Dialogue. Appl. ti.: 
Restaurant and bar security series. 
© Security World Pub. Co., Inc.; 
9Feb71; C24586. 

BYERS, BURTON. 

Hawaii communication test; audio 
script by Burton Byers, Arthur 
Coladarci, L. S. Harms & Paul 
Heinberg. 13 1. © burton Byers, 
Arthur Coladarci, L. S. Harms & 
Paul Heinberg; 25Mar71; C24777. 

BYRNE, JOHN KRUSE, pseud. See JONES, 
HENRY B. 

BYRNS, JAMES. 

The gold at Shadow Rock. See 
GRUBERG, BENJAMIN R. 

BYRON, GEORGE GORDON, BARON BYRON. 
Cain. See CLARK, ISAAC EDGAR. 



CABANIOL, RONALD J. 

The visit, by Ronald J. Cabaniol & 
Joseph Mercaldi. Sheet. © Ronald 
J. Cabaniol & Joseph A. Mtrcaldi; 
19May71; C25045. 



CABELL, JAMES BRANCH. 
Hamlet had an uncle. 
FRIEDA. 



See MILLER, 



CABLE, HAROLD. 

The spectators; a play in one act. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 25 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 28Apr71; DP7671. 

CAINE, MILTON A. 

Solo passage; a play. 1 v. Three 
acts. © Milton A. Caine; 31Mar71; 
DU7980I . 

3AIR0L, JULIAN. 
Kierkegaard. 34 1. A play. © Julian 
Cairol; 4Mar71; DU79383. 

CALCATERRA, JOHN H. 

El Pauncho grande. 1 v. A musical 
play. © John H. Calcaterra; 
30Apr71; DU80055. 



:ALDIR0LA, DENNIS P. 
Whistle stop; screenplay, musical 
score. 1 v. Book only. © Dennis P. 
Caldirola; 9Jul71; DU80579. 



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CALEBAUGH, CHARLES BARNEY. 

On Lethe Wharf, by Cale Baugh, pseud. 
81 1. A play In 2 parts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 10Jun66, DU66009. 
NM: additions 8= revisions. 
© Charles Barney Calebaugh; 5Feb71; 
DU7933'*- 

CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE ASSN. 

Success patterns in listing and sell- 
ing real estate. 23 1. Tape script. 
© California Real Estate Assn.; 
25Mar71; C24869. 

CALITRI, PRINCINE. 

No lullaby for me; a play for women in 
one act. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
18 p. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 10May71; 
DP7667 . 

CALIAGHAN, GEORGE MICHAEL. 

Lord Byron; a film script. 177 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. Uul70, 
DU77580. NM: additions & revisions. 
© George Michael Callaghan; 
24Feb71; DU79620. 

CALLAHAN, MRS. WM. L. , JR. 

The Wanda Wondersmile show. See 
ROUSSO, JACK D. 

CAMEO INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Cocktail therapy. See GABOR, JIM. 
Fork soup. See GABOR, JIM.- 

CAMILLA, pseud. See JOHNSON, JODETTE 
SILHI . 



CAMPBELL, ROBERT. 

Same time, same station. 
MURPHY, MERVYN. 



See 



CANES, GEORGE. 

Brothers. See GODFREY, BERTHA. 

CANNING, JEFFERY M. 

Something extra. See FORD, JAMES R. 

CANTZ, MARVIN S. 

Selling security to management. 9 1- 
Lecture. Appl. states prev. reg. 
June 1967, B351814. NM: additions. 
© Security World Pub. Co., Inc.; 
25Jun71; C25225. 

CAPE (JONATHAN) LTD. 

Journeys. See EICH, GUENTER. 

CAKETTE, LOUIS-ALBERT. 

L'homme en question; piece de Felicien 
Marceau, pseud. 2 v. © F. Marceau; 
HFeb71; DU79844. 

CAREY, BENNETT L. 

Bridges; a screenplay. Final draft. 
98 1. © Bennett L. Carey; 26Mar71; 
DU79770 . 

CARLE, BUDDY, pseud. See HIRCE, CARL 
WILLIAM. 

CARLSON, JOHN GUNNAR. 

Double trouble; one hour comedy tele- 
play. 38 1. (Gunsmoke) © John 
Gunnar Carlson; 27Apr71; DU80033. 

CARMAN, DAY. 

Losers winners; a play in ( three acts. 
121 1. © Day Carman; 2Jun71; 
DU80364. 

CARNAHAN, PETER M. 

Anna Karenina, by Tolstoy; adapted for 
the stage by Peter Carnahan. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. English. © Peter 
M. Carnahan; 28jan71; DU79255. 

CARNE, MARCEL. 

Le jour se leve, a film by Marcel 
Carne & Jacques Pre vert. English 
translation & description of action 



by Dinah Brooke & Nicola Hayden. 
New York [appl. states: England] 
Simon h Schuster. 128 p. (Classic 
film scripts) Appl. author: Lorri- 
mer Pub., Ltd., employer for hire in 
translation. <D on translation & 
description of action; Lorrlmer Pub., 
Ltd.; 23Nov70; AF32*02. (1st Ameri- 
can £d. deposited) 

CARON, RONALD G. 

Jesse's day. 93 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Ronald G. Caron; 3May71; DU80088. 

CARPENTER, L. STANLEY. 

The great can deed; the best of all 
possible worlds by Stan Carpenter. 
1 v. A musical play in 7 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © L. Stanley 
Carpenter; 27May71; DU8O320. 

CARPETTO, GEORGE. 

Goddamn Hegel; a one-act play. 42 1. 
© George Carpetto & Marie Carpetto; 
30Mar71; DU79794. 

CARPETTO, MARIE. 

Goddamn Hegel. See CARPETTO, GEORGE. 

CARR, CHARLES M. 

Getting along with others; a Christian 
Science lecture. 18 1. Appl. au- 
thor: Christian Science Board of Di- 
rectors, employer for hire. Appl. 
ti.: A lecture on Christian Science. 
Appl. states prev. pub. 3Dec63, 
B76777. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Christian Science Board of Direc- 
tors; 25Jan71; C244l6. 

CARR, ELLY, pseud. See RAKOWITZ. 
ELEANOR . ' 



CARR, KEVIN. 

'Tis the season; a two act Christmas 
musical; book & lyrics by Robert 
Thomas Noll, music composed by 
Kevin Carr. 1 v. © Robert Thomas 
Noll 8c Kevin Carr; 28Apr71; 
DU80040 . 

CARRE, MICHEL. 

La Reine de Saba. See GOUNOD, 
CHARLES. 



CARRICART, ROBERT, JR. 

Of cabbages and kings; a play in three 
acts. 1 v. © Robert Carricart, 
Jr.; 28jan71; DU79266. 

CARROLL, CLAIRE. 

Love denied? A play in three acts by 
Claire Carroll & Thomas Carroll. 
1 v. © Claire Caroll & Thomas 
Carroll; 10Jun71; DU80481. 

CARROLL, LEWIS, pseud. See D0DGS0N, 
CHARLES LUTWIDGE. 

CARROLL, NANCY. 

Goodbye to the summer. See CARROLL, 
PAUL VINCENT. 

CARROLL, PAUL VINCENT. 

Goodbye to the summer. Newark, Del., 
Proscenium Press. 47 p. (The Lost 
play series) Three acts. © Nancy 
Carroll; 15Sep70; DP7641. 

CARROLL, THOMAS. 

Love denied. See CARROLL, CLAIRE. 

CARSON, LULAR L. 

Love without honor. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Lular L. Carson; 5Jan71; 
DU79024. 

CARSON PIRIE SCOTT & CO. 

Hello ABC. 1 v. Monolog. © Carson 
Pirie Scott & Co.; Uun71; C25196. 

CARTAY MUSIC. 

The silent maj"ority. See COTTRELL, 
KENT A. 



CARTER, ARTHUR. 

The celebrities; a play. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Arthur Carter; 5Feb71; 
DU79337. 

CARTER, JAMES M. , JR. 

Chronicle of a poisoned dream. See 
KALISON, MICHAEL JAY. 

CARTER, JOHN D., JR. 

The assassin; a play in one act. 1 v. 
©John D. Carter, Jr.; HMar71; 
DU79615. 

CARTER, LONNTE. 

Plumb loco. 93 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Lonnle 
Carter; 10Feb71; DU79370. 

CARTER, ROBERT M. 

The media and the law enforcement 
image. 17 1. © Pcbert M. Carter; 
26Mar71; C24780. 

CARTON, MICHAEL. 

Consequence. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1970 as 
Adjunct/consequence. NM: revisions. 
© Michael Carton; 3Jun71; DU80367. 

CARY, W. STERLING. 

Genuine understanding based on effec- 
tive communication. 30 1. 
(Bridging the gap) Lecture. 
© Institute for Religious 8= Social 
Studies; 12Apr71; C24859. 

CASEY, WARREN. 

Grease. See JACOBS, JIM. 

CASH, JOHN R. 

The world's gonna fall on you; words 
8- music by Johnny Cash. 2 1. Appl. 
author: Exile Co., employer for 
hire. © Screen Gems -Columbia 
Music, Inc.; 27Jan71; C24613. 



CASPER, WILLIAM R. 

The telegram; a shooting script for 
motion picture and/or television. 
9 1. © William R. Casper; l6Feb71; 
DU79411. 

CASS, INC. 

Bedtime Bible stories. See STONE, 

ELAINE MURRAY. 
Fun and friends. See BOSHINSKI, 

BLANCHE. 
Teddy Bear Lady. See OLAN, HELEN C. 
Travel fun. See STONE, ELAINE MURRAY. 

CASTAGNA, RICHARD. 

The froga saga; a drama in thirty-six 
acts by Wrytche Castagna. 7 1. 
© Richard Castagna; 5Apr71; DU79846. 

CASTILLO, RICARDO. 

Viva Jesus Christ; the story of the 
three wise men. 67 1. Five scenes. 
© Ricardo Castillo; 29Jun71; DU80632. 

CASTRO, JUAN B. 

Como la hierba; drama en 3 actos. 
1 v. © Juan B. Castro; 27Apr71; 
DU80034. 

CASTROVILLA, JOSEPH R. 

McKay, by Lee J. Joseph, pseud. 
103 1. Screenplay. © Joseph R. 
Castrovilla; 20Apr71; DU79831. 

CASYNDEKAN, INC. 

Othello. See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

CATON, MARION. 

First Christmas tree on the moon; 
adapted from the story. 12 1. 
A play. Includes music for 1 song. 
© Marion Caton; 19May71; DU80253. 

CATUCCI, JOSEPH PETER, JR. 

Beggars mounted. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Joseph Peter Catucci, Jr.; 
lApr71; BU79810. 



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in the old man's company; a drama by 
Joe Catueci. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Joseph Peter Catueci, Jr.; 
22Apr71; DU80003. 

CAULEY, HARRY. 

Let me hear you smile. See THUNA, 
LEONORA . 

CAUSEY, ALAN. 

One life: the dilemma of Nathan Hale. 
38 1. A play. © Alan Causey; 
2Apr71; DU79819. 

CAVALLO, JOHNNY. 

Chain smoker. 4 1. Monolog. 
© Johnny Cavallo; 4jan71; C24385. 



CECIL, WILLIAM E. 

The drunken hillbillie; campaign 
speech by Hillbillie Willie, pseud. 
2 1. © William E. Cecil; 29Jun71; 

C 253 82. 

Hay, did you all know I am running 
for presedent? Well, I shore am; 
by Hillbillie Willie, pseud. 
.2 1. Speech. © William E. Cecil; 
29Jun71; C25383. 

CEDARWOOD PUB. CO., INC. 

Me without you. See PERKINS, CARL. 
The mechanic's life. See STERLING, 

BILL. 
Pastor's absent on vacation. See 
TILLIS, MEL. 

CEJUDO, PABLO. 

El imperio de los Incas. See 
MEDINA, FERNANDO DIEZ DE. 

CEMREL, INC. 

An introduction to theatre. See 
HOETKER, JAMES. 

CENTER FOR CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT, INC. 
El cepillo de dientes. See DIAZ, 

JORGE. 
Collacocha. See SOLARI SWAYNE, 

ENRIQUE. 
El cruce sobre el Niagara. See 

ALEGRIA, ALONSO. 
Don Dimas de la Tijereta. See 

PEREZ BARRETO, SAMUEL. 
,jEn que piensas. See VILLAURRUTIA, 

XAVIER. 
Falsificaciones. See DENEVI. 

MARCO. 
Las. manos de Dios. See SOLORZANO, 

CARLOS. 
El Obispo Chicheno. See PEREZ 

BARRETO, SAMUEL. 
Requiem por la lluvia. See MARTINEZ 

QUEIROLO, JOSE. 

CENTER FOR MODERN DANCE EDUCATION. 
Dirty air is everywhere; a dance 

theater work. 13 1- Book & lyrics 
only. © Center for Modern Dance 
Education; 31Mar71; DU7S566. 

CENTRAL COMPUTER CORP. 

Assembly language coding. Unit 1-20. 
2 v. Tape script. © Central Com- 
puter Corp.; 28Dec70; C24646. 
Cobol. Unit 1-11. 1 v. Tape script. 
©Central Computer Corp.; 28Dec70; 
C24645. 
Introduction to system/360. Unit 1-9. 
1 v. Tape script. © Central Com- 
puter Corp.; 28Dec70; 024644. 

CENTRAL MIDWESTERN REGIONAL EDUCA- 
TIONAL LABORATORY, INC. See 
CEMREL, INC. 

CESBRON, GILBERT. 

Theatre III. Mort le premier, suivi 
de Pauvre Philippe. Paris, R. Laf- 
font. 251 p. © Editions Robert 
Laffont, S.A.; 30Nov70; DFO-1802. 



CESE, ITALO DELLE. See DELLE CESE, 
ITALO. 

CHABAUD, MAX. 

Guideline for conducting Word-Opsy 
bowl of the air. Sheet. © Max 
Chabaud; 8Feb71; C24501. 

CHACE, JOSEPH M. 

Sundays, a screenplay by John Chace &■ 
Roberta Hankin. 10 1. © John 
Chace &■ Roberta Hankin; 9Feb71; 
DU79356. 

CHAFIN, KENNETH L. 

Evangelism and the modern mood. 33 1. 
(Minister's tape plan) Lecture. 
© Broadman Films; l8jun71; C25241. 

CHAKA TA, pseud. See MALONEY, CLARENCE. 

CHALAIRE, OLGA. 

The progressed horoscope; lecture. 
6 1. © Olga Chalaire; l8jun71; 
C25327 . 

CHAMBERS, ROBERT. 

Catch a tartar; a comedy. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Robert Chambers; 29Jun71; 
DU80636. 

CHANDLER, WILLIAM T. 

New heaven and earth. See KULHAWY, 
KENNETH LEE. 

CHAPIN, HARRY F. 

Thomas Forbes Chapin and the cold, 
cold world. 107 1. A musical 
screenplay. Book & lyrics only. 
© Harry F. Chapin; lApr71; DU79596. 

CHAPMAN, JOHN. 

Not now, darling. See COONEY, RAY. 

CHAPMAN, MARJORIE W. 

My philosophy, by Marge Chapman. 49 1. 
© Marjorie W. Chapman; 15Mar71: 
C24966 . 

CHAPPELL, WILLIAM V. 

Why I am a Democrat, by Bill Chappell. 
4 1. © William V. Chappell; 14Jun71; 
C25055 . 

CHARADE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Two by two. See RODGERS, RICHARD. 



CHARLAP, MORRIS. 

Clown alley; or, The world of clowns: 
Conceived & written by Alvin 
Cooperman, music by Moose Charlap 
& lyrics by Alvin Cooperman. 
1st draft. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Alvin Cooperman & Moose Charlap; 
23Apr71; DU80469. 

CHARLES, JULIE. See HANIDIS, JULIE 
CHARLES. 

CHARNIN, MARTIN. 

Two by two. See RODGERS, RICHARD. 

CHARRON, A., pseud. See KOLAR, ARPAD. 

CHAUCER, GEOFFREY. 

A Canterbury tale from the Wife of 
Bath. See AMMANN, HERMAN OSCAR. 

CHEKHOV, ANTON PAVLOVICH. 

The avenger. See WITTLIN, THADDEUS A. 
The, gull; a comedy in four acts; a new 
translation by Bernard Sznycer. 
1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l4Sep70, DU78114. NM: revisions. 
© Katharine Sergava Sznycer, execu- 
trix of the Estate of Bernard W. 
Sznycer; 28Apr71; DU79902. 
The swan song. See WOOLMAN, 
CLAUDE. 

CHELMOW, SCOTT DAVID. 

Aladdin and his magic lamp; a musical 



play in two acts. 59 1. Book 8: 

lyrics only. © Scott David Chelmow; 

3Jun71; DU80381. 
Cinderella; a musical play In two 

acts. 58 1. Book & lyrics only. 

© Scott David Chelmow; 3Jun71; 

DU80384. 
The frog prince; a musical play in 

two acts. 60 1. Book & lyrics 

only. © Scott David Chelmow; 

3Jun71; DU80383. 
Rumpelstlltskln; a musical play in 

two acts. 64 1. Book & lyrics 

only. © Scott David Chelmow; 

3Jun71; DU80382. 

CHERNIS, JAY. 

It's about time; an all new musical 
comedy. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. I4sep70, 
DU78451. NM: additions. © Jay 
Chernis; 26Apr71; DU80018. 

CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION, GENERAL MOTORS 
CORP. See GENERAL MOTORS CORP 
CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION. 

CHEZY, HELMINA VON. 

Euryanthe. See WEBER, CARL 
MARIA VON. 

CHIARAPPA, RICHARD JOSEPH, JR. 

The great trial of 1999 . 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Richard Joseph 
Chiarappa, Jr.; 17Jun71; DU80551. 

CHINN, JOHN CLARENCE. 

Shelter. See MCCALL, JAMES R. 

CH0D0ROV, MRS. EDWARD. 

Bobbie and Izzy, by R. H. Pettit, 
pseud. 1 v. Screenplay. © R. H. 
Pettit; 28May71; DU80338. 

CHOREOSIZE ENTERPRISES, INC. 

The heart, man's inner pyramid. 5 1. 
© Choreosize Enterprises, Inc.; 
lMar71; C24727. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 
Getting along with others. See CARR, 
CHARLES M. 

CHUBB, LOUISE. 

Defuse the population bomb. 10 1. 
© Louise Chubb; 12Mar71; C24712. 

CHURLEY, G. M. 

An evening of plays. Downers Grove, 
111., Contemporary Drama Service. 
33 p. Appl. author: Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc ; ; 15Nov70; 
DP7547. 

CIANCI, ROBERT G. 

Diary of a mobile telephone; a crime 
drama. 94 1. Screenplay. © Robert 
G. Cianci; 15Mar71; DU79631- 

CINEREP PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

The swan song. See WOOLMAN, 
CLAUDE. 



CINNA, pseud. See FLINN, MICHAEL JOHN 
SIMON. 



CLARK, ANTHONY. 

Plays. 1 v. © Anthony Clark; 
17Mar71; DU79509- 

CLARK, CARL. 

Isn't God a good old boy? 110 1. 
A screenplay. © Carl Clark; 
17May71; DU80221. 

CLARK, DONALD R. 

Slaughter of the innocents, by Robert 
Michel Le Clerque, pseud. 1 v. 
A play in 4 acts. © Donald R. 
Clark; 10Feb71; DU79372. 



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CLARK, GENE EMMET. 

How Easter can transform your life 
9 1. © Gene Emmet Clark: 22Mar71- 
C24760. ' 

CLARK, ISAAC EDGAR. 

Cain; a mystery by George Gordon, 
Lord Byron; adapted into a one act 
play by I. E. Clark. Schulenburg, 
Tex., Stage Magic Plays. 1 v. 
©I.E. Clark; 8Sep70; DP7567 . 
A Canterbury tale from the Wife of 
Bath. See AMMANN, HERMAN OSCAR 
The Christmas dream; a one act play 
based on a poem by Edwin Markham. 
Schulenburg, Tex., Stage Magic Plays. 
1 v. © I. e. Clark; 8Sep70; DF7564. 
Gammer Gurton's needle; in three acts, 
from the original comedy by Mr. S 
Master of Art; turned into modern'' 
English & adapted by I . E. Clark 
Schulenburg, Tex., Stage Magic piays . 
1 v. ©I.E. Clark; 8Sep70; DP7566 
Hansel and Gretel; in three acts. 
Based on the fairy tale by the 
Brothers Grimm. Schulenburg, Tex 
Stage Magic Plays. 34 1. with '' 

DP7532. ® I " E> ° lark; 8Se P7°i 

1 ^K e -, Wa u ; a farcl =al tragedy. 

Schulenburg, Tex., Stage Magic Plavs 
1 v. ©I.*. Clark; 8Sep 7 of DP7565?' 

CLARK, JACKIE. See STEIN, JACOB. 

CLARKE, DAVID SCOTT. 

Disassociation: implications for the 
environment. 21 1. © David Scott 
Clarke; 12Jan71; C24474. 

CLAUDEL, PAUL. 

L'annonce faite a marie. See 
ROSSELLINI, RENZO. 

CLAYES, STANLEY A. 

Contemporary drama; thirteen plays 
Selected 8c edited by Stanley A 
Clayes & David G. Spencer. 2d'ed 
New York, Scribner. 502 p 

A206468? 3 Scrlbner ' s Sons ; 6 Apr 7 0; 

CLAYPOOL, JOHN R. 

The maturing of a nation. 6 1. 

© Broadman Films'; 12Apr7I; C24749. 
The minister's self-image. 7 1. 
© Broadman Films; 12Apr71; C24748. 

CLEARY, BEVERLY. 

How long does it take to write a book? 
16 1. © Beverly Cleary: 8jul71: 
C25329. 

CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE. 

A medieval romance. See FELDMAN 
JACK. ' 

The prince and the pauper. See 
HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 
Tom Sawyer; dramatized by Virginia 
Koste. 36 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Virginia Koste; 2Feb71; DU79108. 

CLEMENT, VICTOR. 

Quaint Company, Ltd.; a new comedy in 
three acts by Victor Clement & 
Geo[r]ge Strem; based on a play by 
Meilhac & Halevy. 103 1. © Victor 
Clement & George Strem; 2Apr71; 
DU79894. ' 

C LEMONS, JOHN. 

The house on Rippowam Square; a play 
In three acts. 105 1. © John 
Clemons; 12May71; DU8OI54. 

CLESCERI, JAMES J. 

Masks; a play in one act. 16 1. 

© James Clesceri; 10Mar71; DU79602. 

CLEWELL, BARBARA ANN 

An evening with Omar the incredible 
See CLEWELL, RICHARD N. 



DRAMAS 



CLEWELL, RICHARD N. 

An evening with Omar the incredible: 
a script for night club or TV In 8 
parts by Richard N. Clewell & 
Barbara Ann Clewell. 18 1. 
© Richard N. Clewell S- Barbara Ann 
Clewell; 27May71; C25212. 

CLIFFORD, JOHN W. 

Wild Bill; a play. 1 v. Three acts. 
© John W. Clifford; 7May71; DU8OII8. 

CLINARD, GORDON. 

Preaching from the book of James. 
27 1. (Minister's tape plan) Lec- 
ture. © Broadman Press; l8jun71; 
C25233. 

CLOWER, JERRY. 

Mississippi talkin' (Jerry Clower from 
Yazoo City) 18 1. Monolog. 
© Curcy Andrews & Ed Wilkes; 
28jun71; C25208. 

COAR, BARBARA R. 

The godson; a three act play with 
music. 1 v. Book &■ lyrics only. 
© Barbara R. Coar; l8Feb71; DU79286. 

COBBE, MARK. 

Touchstone; by Mark Cobbe & Janet 
Erickson. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Janet Erickson & Mark Cobte; 
15Apr71; DU79936. 

COCHRAN, STEPHEN LAURIE. 

Hope, by Steve Cochran. 16 1. 

© Stephen Laurie Cochran; 70ct70; 
DP7612. 

COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 

Almost Christmas, by Jerald Lee Cock- 
burn & James M. Beasley. 53 1 
A play in 3 acts. © Loyd Bennett 
Productions; 5Apr71; DU7966O. 
Odyssey, by Jerald Lee Cockburn & 
James M. Beasley. 42 1. A play in 
1 act. © Loyd Bennett Productions; 
22Mar71; C24660. 
Rendezvous, by Jerald Lee Cockburn & 
James H. Beasley. 128 1. A play in 
?«?°^ 1 - ®,£ y d Bennett Productions; 
lBFeb71; DU79426. 

Song of songs, by Jerald Lee Cockburn 
8s James M. Beasley. 55 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Loyd Bennett Produc- 
tions; l8Feb71; DU79434. 
To have and to hold; a new play writ- 
ten by Jerald Lee Cockburn & James 
M. Beasl[e]y. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Loyd Bennett Productions; 
l8Feb71; DU79433. 
For other works by Jerald Lee Cockburn 
See BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

COFFEY, LAURA LOU WHITE. 

A woman's plea for true freedom, by 
Lou Coffey. 5 1. © Laura Lou White 
Coffey; 4Mar7l; C24668. 

COHEN, DONALD. 

Cubes. See KRAMISEN, RICHARD S. 

COHEN, IRVING MORTON. 

The haunting case of Orestes presented 
for the contemplation of future stu- 
dents of the law in the West. 
101 1. A play in 2 acts. © Irving 
Morton Cohen; 12Apr71; DU79892. 

COLADARCI, ARTHUR. 

Hawaii communication test. See 
BYERS, BURTON. 

COLANERI, JAMES E. 

The campaign; story & teleplay. 

Final draft, Nov. 12, 1970. 56 1. 
© James E. Colaneri; 8Apr71; 
DU79642. 



Jan.-June 



Twisted; story & screenplay. Final 
draft. 73 1. 6 James E. Colaneri; 
19Mar71; DU79699. 

Twisted; story & screenplay. Final 
draft, Apr. £5, 1971. 82 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 19Mar71, 
DU79699. NM: additions 8: revisions. 
5mes E. Colaneri; 20May71; DU80475. 

COLBERT, JUNE. 

Hot pants, by June Colt-- Dana. 
Sheet. © June Colbert & Sam Dana; 
5Apr71; C24804. 
How to make it big in advertising, and 
five women who did! 3 1. Lecture 
E June Colbert; 22Jan71; C24505. 
Julius Squeezer. Sheet. © June 

Colbert; 22Jan71; C24508. 
Ho place. Sheet. © June Colbert; 
22Jan71; C24506. 

COLBERT, ROBERT AUGUSTINE. 

Darts and flowers. 1 v. A play. 

© Robert Augustine Colbert; 30Mar71; 

COLBY, DON L. 

Generation gap; a musical comedy. 
69 1. Two acts. Book & lyrics 

DU8&66 @ D0 " ^ C ° lby; 23JUn71S 

COLD SHOT PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Rownd wun. See PY, TOM. 

COLE, FRANK CLAYTON, JR. 

Mirror, mirror; a play. 58 1. Two 
acts. © Frank Clayton Cole, Jr.; 
8Feo71; DU79350. 

COLE, RICHARD. 

Premise protection planning. 35 1. 
A speech. © Security World Pub. 
Co., Inc.; 9Feb71; C24600. 

COLE, ROBERT. 

Word to the wise, by Bobby Cole. 

2 sheets. © Concentric Productions, 
Inc.; 21Apr71; C24965. 

COLEMAN, FAY GLENN, pseud. See 
TUDOR, OWEN GLENN. 

COLEMAN, HERBERT. 

The Professor Hub Cap Show. 7 1 
Script. © Herbert Coleman; 
llMay7l; C24931. 



COLLINS, FLETCHER, JR. 
Jig. See PIRANDELLO, 



LUIGI. 



The taste of water; story & teleplay. 
DU79297 JameS E- Colaneri ; 29Jan71; 



COLLINS, MARJORIE WEINMAN. 

Scenario, by Marj'orie Weinman. 1 v. 
A play in 12 scenes. © Marj'orie W. 
Collins; HMar71; DU79609. 

COLLINS, ROY DEE. 

Woo, woo, woo Betty Lou; an original 
screenplay by R. Dee Collins. 

DUo-0482® R ° y DeS ° 0llinS; UJun71; 

COLLODI, CARLO, pseud. See LORENZINI, 
CARLO. 

COLTMAN, ROBERT. 

High and dusty; a musical play in two 
acts by Bob Coltman; words 4- music 
by Bob Coltman, story concept by 
Lou Perica. 53 1. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states songs separately 
copyrighted. NM: dialogue. © Bob 
Coltman; 22Apr71; DU79997. 

COMMERCE CLEARING HOUSE, INC. 

Audilex presents 1970 computax train- 
ing seminar. Pt.1-2. 55 1. Lecture. 
© Commerce Clearing House, Inc.; 
29Mar71; C24798. 
Audilex presents 1971 individual in- 
come tax refresher course. See 
KESS, SIDNEY. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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Audilex presents year-end tax planning 
— including tax reform act. 24 1. 
Lecture. © Commerce Clearing House, 
Inc.; 29Mar71; C24797. 
Rights and responsibilities at the 
university. See KUTNER, LUIS. 

COMMERCIAL CREDIT CORP. 

The plan. See KLEIN, RICHARD A. 

COMMUNICATION SKILLS CORP. 
Basic infrared spectroscopy. 

Lectures . 6 Communication Skills 

Corp. 

Program no. 

4. Solid sampling. © 5Jan71; 
C24405. 

5. Quantitative analysis — Beer 
Lambert law. © 5Jan71; C24407. 

6. Quantitative analysis -- per- 
forming the analysis. © 5Jan71; 
C24406 . 



COMPANY OF THE UNICORN. 

The miser meets the alchemist. 
GARDNER, SANDRA I. 



See 



COMPTON, JULEEN. 

Barkum Bailey; original story by 
Juleen Compton, screenplay by Derek 
Prouse Sc Juleen Compton. 152 1. 
Appl. author: Juleen Compton, employ- 
er for hire or Derek Prouse. 
© Juleen Compton; 19May71; DU80174. 

COMPTON, TODD. 

Appletime. 45 1. A screenplay. 
© Todd Compton; 4Jan71; DU7900J. 

COMPTROLLER, JOHN FLEMING, pseud. See 
MCMURRY, CHARLES REID, JR. 

CONCENTRIC PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Word to the wise. See COLE, 
ROBERT. 



CONKLE, ELLSWORTH P. 

A saga of St. Paul; a dramatic mono- 
logue. 59 1. © E. P. Conkle; 
29Mar71; DU79786. 



CONN, ALLI, pseud. 
FRANCIS X. 



See GEBMAN, 



CONNELLY, VTNCENT. 

Sabbath; a screenplay. 134 1. NM: 
additions & dramatization. © Vincent 
Connelly; l4May71; DU80203. 

CONSTANTINE, KAREN. 

Sticky fingers Laurie. 41 1. A play 
in 12 scenes with introduction & 
epilog. © Karen Constantine; 
21Jun71; DU80575. 

COOK, DANIEL. 

The tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of 

Denmark. See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

COOK (KEN) CO. 

Narcotics and dangerous drugs train- 
ing. See HUHNKE, GEORGE. 

COOLIDGE, FRANCES. 

The relevance of sound, an audio 
approach to phonetic and structural 
analysis; tape script. Lesson 1-46. 
1 v. © We ftinghouse Learning Corp.; 
3May71; C24969. 

COONEY, RAY. 

Not now, darling; a new comedy by 
Ray Cooney & John Chapman. Acting 
edition. Dramatists Play Service. 
Two acts. Appl. states prev. reg. & 
pub. in England 1970. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Ray Cooney & John 
Chapman; 2Jun71; DP7682. 

COOPERMAN, ALVTN. 

Clown alley. See CHARLAP, MORRIS. 



COPANI, PETER. 

Experiment in beauty; book & lyrics 
by Peter Copani, music by David 
McHugh. Ill 1. A play. Book & 
lyrics only. © Peter Copani; 
21Jun71; DU80543. 

COPE, EDWARD B. 

Playboy? A three-act mystery comedy 
by Eddie Cope. 1 v. © Edward B. 
Cope; 25Jun71; DU80599. 

CORLL, JACOB R. 

Do it even if it hurts, by Jake Corll; 
a farce comedy jab at the Internal 
Revenue Service. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Jacob R. Corll; Uun71; 
DU80344. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Black Americans at work. 6 v. Six 
filmstrip scripts. Contents: Pro- 
duction no.Sl87-l — SI87-6: George 
Bruno, hospital administrator. — 
Betty Belcher, office worker. — John 
Claiborne, butcher. — Jonathan Lanier, 
student. — Gaddis Rathel, storekeeper. 
— Shelvin Hall, minister. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; I8jan71; C24408. 
Business filing. 6 v. Six filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: Production 
no.Sl69-l — SI69-6: Alphabetizing 
rules . — Alphabetic correspondence 
Other filing systems. — Charge and 
transfer methods. — Types of equip- 
ment. — Data processing & microfilm- 
ing. © Coronet Instructional Films, 
a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
I8jan71; C24411. 
Discovering rocks and minerals. 4 v. 
Four filmstrip scripts. Contents: 
Production no.Sl4o-l — S140-4: Kinds 
of rocks. — Kinds of minerals. — How 
we identify them. — Their values to 
us. © Coronet Instructional Films, 
a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
260ct70; C24415. 
Foods we eat. 6 v. Six filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: S114-1--S114-6: 
Vegetables . — Grains . — Fruit . — Dairy 
products. — Meat and poultry. — Fish 
and seafood. © Coronet Instruction- 
al Films, a division of Esquire, 
Inc.; Uun71; C25349. 
Let's explore the city. 6 v. Six 
filmstrip scripts. Contents: 
S188-1--S188-6: Downtown. --An office 
building. — A manufacturing area. — A 
warehouse area. — The waterfront. — A 
shopping center. © Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films, a division of Esquire, 
Inc.; Uun71; 025350. 
Our family is black. 6 v. Six film- 
strip scripts. Contents: Production 
no.Sl63-l--Sl63-6: The family to- 
gether. — Father at work. — Mother 
works hard, too. — Jerry's first day 
at school. — Rose is sixteen.-- 
Charles and his friends. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; 2o0ct70; C24413. 
Seeing Eastern Europe. 4 v. Four 
filmstrip scripts. Contents: Pro- 
duction no.S130-l — S130-4: Countries 
and resources. — Agriculture. — Indus- 
try and commerce. --Peoples and cul- 
tures. © Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
260ct70; C24412. 
Seeing the Pacific States. 6 v. Six 
filmstrip scripts. Contents: Produc- 
tion no.S202-l — S202-6: Land and 
climate . — Natural resources . — Agri- 
culture and fishing. — Industry. — 
Shipping and commerce. — People and 
history. © Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
I8jan71; C24410. 
Stories for joining in. 6 v. Six 
filmstrip scripts. Contents: Pro- 
duction no.S201-l — S201-6: Henny 
Penny. — The three little pigs. — The 



gingerbread boy. — The little red 
hen. --The three billy goats Gruff. -- 
The three bears . C Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films, a division of Esquire, 
Inc.; I8jan71; C24409. 
Trees. 6 v. Six filmstrip scripts. 
Contents: Production no.Sll6-l-- 
S116-6: The different kinds.— Their 
structure. — Flowers, fruits and 
seeds. — How they grow. — Their prod- 
ucts. — Their importance. Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; 26oct70; C24414. 

C0RSAR0, FRANK. 

A new life; an original screen treat- 
ment. 48 1. © Frank Corsaro; 
9Dec70j DU79150. 

CORUM, BETTY JO. 

Hello, world. See RED, BURYL. 

COSHAD, INC. APOLLO BOOKS. See 
APOLLO BOOKS. 

C0SMAT0S, GEORGE PAN. 

The life, loves and adventures of a 
pope called Joanna; screenplay. 
1st draft. 1 v. Appl. ti.: The 
life and loves of a pope called 
Joanna. © George Pan Cosmatos; 
HJan71; DU79093. 

COSTAS, ALICE. 

Horatio. See COSTAS, GEORGE. 

COSTAS, GEORGE. 

Horatio. 5? 1. A musical play in 
7 scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l6Jun66, 
DU66173. NM: additions. © Alice 
Costas; 7Apr71; DU79657. 

C0STELL0, MICHAEL. 

Identifying drug users. 15 1. 
A speech. © Security World Pub. 
Co., Inc.; 9Feb71; C24599. 

COTTRELL, KENT A. 

The silent majority, by Kent A. "Bo" 
Cottrell. Sheet. © Cartay Music; 
5Mar71; C24755 . 

COURSEN, HERBERT R., JR. 

Henry IV, part II. See SHAKESPEARE, 
WILLIAM. 

COURTNEY, RAGAN. 

Hello, world. See RED, BURYL. 

COVA, JOHN W. 

The last day of Scotty Collins. 
18 1. © John W. Cova; 9Feb71; 
C24583 . 

Once around Lake Merritt. 8 1. Mono- 
log. © John W. Cova; 12Mar71; 
C24711. 

COVITT, LOUIS D. 

The quadrangle; a drama in three acts. 
New York, Vantage Press. 98 p. 
© Louis D. Covitt; 16Nov70; DP7622. 

COWEN, WILLIAM M. 

The last president. 60 1. Screenplay. 
© William M. Cowen; 27Jan71; DU79246. 

COX & TANZ, INC. 

Trader Al Swenson Ford. 
EUGENE ROBERT. 



See TANZ, 



COX, THOMAS J. 

Madame; a screenplay. 213 1. 

© Thomas J. Cox; l4jun71; DU8O5O3. 

COYLE, J. J. 

The ninety-day mistress; a comedy in 
two acts. New York, S. French. 
91 p. © J. J. Coyle; 21Jul69; 
DP7615- 



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14 



DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

D'bears and d'mooses at school say I'm 
too fat sooo I'm not goini ses 
Moose; and You'll grow up to be big 
and tall even if you don't eat let- 
tuce and fish! ses Alice. 4 1. Re- 
cording script. © Elizabeth C. 
Crane, Llbby Crane, stage name: 
lFeb71; DU80184. 
Breakfast in the bathtub. 3 1. Film- 
strip script. © Elizabeth C. Crane 
(Libby Crane, stage name); 30Apr71; 
C25019. 
Can you pretend? 5 1. Fllmstrip 

script. © Elizabeth C. Crane (Libby 
Crane); 30Apr71; C25020. 
The day my mother lost her temper; 
text for dramatic presentation. 
3 1- © Elizabeth C. Crane (Libby 
Crane, stage name); 15Mar71; C24672. 
If washing machines could talk; text 
for dramatic presentation. 3 1. 
© Elizabeth C. Crane (Libby Crane, 
stage name); 15Mar71; 024673. 

Look out! It's fragible! And How Ses 

Me Street got its name, Sesame 

Street, ses Moose! Pt.1-2. 3 1: 

Recording script. © Elizabeth C. 

Crane, Libby Crane, stage name; 

lFeb71; DU8oi8l. 
My dog has bad breath, but he doesn't 

have to brush his teeth! 3 1. 

Filmstrip script. © Elizabeth C. 

Crane (Libby Crane); 30Apr71; 

C25017. 
Nonsense is good sense! 3 1. 

© Elizabeth C. Crane (Libby Crane); 

30Apr71; C25018. 
Say Moose, can you count? 3 1. Re- 
cording script. © Elizabeth C. 

Crane, Libby Crane, stage name; 

lFeb71; DU80183. 
What happens when a singing moose 

meets a singing bear? And You love 

Bear better than me! Pt.1-2. 2 v. 

Recording script. © Elizabeth C. 

Crane, Libby Crane, stage name; 

lFeb71; DU80182. 
Who's the beautiful-est bears or 

mooses? 5 1. Recording script. 

© Elizabeth C. Crane, Libby Crane, 

stage name; lFeb71; DU80185 . 

CRAWFORD, CHERYL. 

Post mortem. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Cheryl Crawford; 12Apr71; DU79887. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN, pseud. See RICHARDSON, 
CLEVE A. 

CRAWFORD, ROBERT E. 

The Oberammergau passion. 1 v. Ser- 
mon. (The 1971 Lenten sermon series) 
© Robert E. Crawford; 6May71; C24975. 

CRAWFORD, WAYNE D. 

Strokes; an original screenplay by 
Wayne D. Crawford & Russell B. 
Green. 1 v. © Russell B. Green & 
Wayne D. Crawford; 25Mar71; DP7634. 

CREAMER, J. SHANE. 

Anatomy of crime and Justice. 13 1. 
A discussion. © Security World 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 9Feb71; C24594. 
The changing law. 20 1. A speech. 
© Security World Pub. Co., Inc.; 
9Feb71; C24588. 



CREMONA MUSIC. 

Jiminie, the Christmas tree. See 
WATTS, WENDELL. 

CRITES, MRS. GENE. 

Know your America. See KINNEY 
EDWARD J. ' 

CROCKS, INC. 

[Radio and television commercial] See 
ZABOJI, STEVEN B. 

CROSBY, MARK L. 

Hey, kid. See CROWLEY, STEVE. 



CROSLEY, MAX B. 

Knock!!! 27 1. A play in 2 scenes. 
© Max B. Crosley; 13Jan71; DU79104. 

CROSS, BEVERLEY. 

The rising of the moon. See 
MAW, NICHOLAS. 

CROSSROADS MUSIC CO. 
The despondent wife. 
DOROTHY. 



See NORWOOD, 



CROUT, GEORGE. 

Santa's Christmas satellite, by George 
Crout; original music by Delpha 
Laycock. Franklin, Ohio, Eldrldge 
Pub. Co. 1 v. Two acts. Includes 
music for 1 song. © Eldridge Pub. 
Co.; lSep70; DP7647. 

CROW, FRANK. 

Tambourine man; a play in two acts. 
1 v. © Frank Crow; 6Apr71; DU79652. 

CROWLEY, STEVE. 

Hey, kid! A musical love story; words 
by Steve Crowley &• Pierce Davis, 
music by Melinda Mohn & Mark Crosby. 
2 v. Two acts. Appl. states prev. ' 
reg. DU73701. NM: text & score ex- 
cept for 1 song. © Steve Crowley, 
Piercene E. Davis, Mark L. Crosby & 
Melinda Mohn; 29Dec70; DU79138. 

CRUSE, HOWARD R. 

Visitation in B#; a one act play. 
42 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
HApr68, DU71274. NM: additions. 
© Howard Cruse; 30Mar71; DU79795 . 

CRUTCHER, GARY. 

Swampy. 105 1. A screenplay. Appl. 
author: William Grefe, employer for 
hire. © William Grefe; 9Jun71; 
DU80266 . 
Why won't Valerie die. 
WILLIAM. 



See GREFE, 



CRYPT, JAMES DELWYN, pseud. 

The dinosaur's road; an experimental 
play in four acts by James Delwyn 
Crypt, pseud, of Delwyn L. Goff & 
James R. Alexander. 1 v. © Delwyn 
L. Goff & James R. Alexander; 
l4jan71; DU79126. 

CUDDY, WILLIAM T. 

Say, did anyone ever tell you that 
you look just like Dustin Hoffman' 
A one act play. 17 1. © William 
T. Cuddy; 19Feb71; DU79444. 

CULLUM, ALBERT. 

William Shakespeare's A midsummer 
night's dream. Adapted by Albert 
Cullum. New York, Scholastic 
Book Services (TXI895) 46 p. 
Eight scenes. From Shake hands with 
Shakespeare. NM: adaptation & 
abridgment. © Scholastic Magazines 
Inc.; 15Mar71; A226705 

CUMMINGS, RAYMOND P. 

The peacock plan. 1st draft. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © Raymond P. Cum- 
mings; 4Jan71; DU790O6 . 
The peacock plan. 186 1. Screenplay 
Appl. states prev. reg. 4jan71, 
DU79006. NM: new dialogue. 
DU8o2(54 nd ? ' Cummln "' s " 17Jun71; 

CUMMINS, THOMAS. 

The princess and the dandy lion; a 
creative music-play with book by 
Mary-Linda Merriam; music & lyrics 
by Thomas Cummins. 1 v. Eight 
scenes. © Mary-Linda Merriam & 
Thomas Cummins; 17Feb71; DU79537. 

CUNNINGHAM, DANIEL H. 

Dirty old man; a comedy. 35 1- Two 
acts. © Daniel H. Cunningham; 
23Feb71; DU79486. 



CUUNYHGHAM, PHYL. 

Haiku Ryan; an original Western fea- 
ture by Phyl Cunnyngham & Shelley 
Tartaro; derived from Haiku MeGuire, 
by the authors. 133 1. Screenplay. 
© Shelley Tartaro & Phyl Cunnyngham; 
l8Feb71; DU79424. 

CURCI, EDIZIOHI. 

II Barone avaro. See NAPOLI. 

JACOPO. 
Boule de Suif. See S0HZ0GH0, 

GIULIO CESARE. 
Rosaura. See SCARLATTI, ALESSANDRO. 



CURRAN, CHRIS. See 
CURRAN, GEORGE. 
CURRAN, GEORGE PORTER. 

CURRAN, GEORGE. 

Cave-out; a play for children and 
their participation by Chris Curran 
& Page Lee. 20 1. © Chris Curran 
& Page Lee; 10Feb71; DU79368. 

CURRAN, GEORGE PORTER. 

Mrs. Pickiwicki plots again; a olay 
for children and their participation 
by Chris Curran «• Page Lee. 28 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Chris Curran 
«• Page Lee; l8May71; DU80194. 

CURTIN, HOYT S. 

Write by ear. Lesson no. 1-8. 1 v. 
Eight scripts. © Soundtrack Music 
Pub. Co. & Hoyt S. Curtin; l4May71; 
C25289. 

CURTIS, BOB. See CURTIS, S. J. 

CURTIS, EDDIE. 

Buckskin Wolters; a screenplay. 1 v. 

With music. © Moonbird Music Co.;' 

25Mar71; DU79939. 
Woody Whiteshoes and friends; a mod 

opera comique . 2 v. Two acts. 

© Moonbird Music Co.; 25Mar71: 

DU79938. 

CURTIS, NORMAN. 

Behalf of the laugh. See DIAS, SUSAN. 

CURTIS, S. J. 

Bridges to the mind, by S. J. "Bob" 
Curtis. 12 1. - A speech. 
© Security World Pub. Co., Inc.; 
9Feb71; C24592. 
Why people steal. 15 1 . A speech. 
© Security World Pub. Co., Inc.; 
9Feb71; C24595. 

CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Amplifier series. 2 v. Two tape 

scripts. Contents: The differential 
amplifier. — Feedback. © PhilliD 
Cutler; 8jun71; C25297. 
Amplifier series: 0A-10, operational 
amplifiers. 27 1. Script for tape 
recording. © Phillip Cutler; 
9Jun71; C25339. 
[DC-100 series] 17 
tape recordings. € 
9Jun71; C25340. 
Diode series. 5 v. 

Contents: Ideal diode. — Practical* 
semiconductor diodes. — Practical 
diode.— Diode models. --Diode circuit 
analysis. © Phillip Cutler; 9Jun71- 
C25296. ' ' ' 

Notation exercises. 7 1. (DC-100 ser- 
ies, DC-103) Tape script. © Phillip 
Cutler; 8jun71; C25298. 
Power supply regulators. PSR-10. 
31 1. Tape script. © Phillip 
Cutler; 8jun71; C25299. 
Practical electricity. PE-19. 30 1. 
Tape script. © Phillip Cutler; 
8jun71; C25300. 
Signal flow graphs, 100, 102, 104. 
85 1. Script for tape recording. 
© Phillip Cutler; 9Jun71; C25338. 
[Transistor series] 6 v. Tape 
recording scripts. © Phillip Cutler- 
9Jun71; C25374. 



v. Scripts for 
Phillip Cutler; 

Five tape scripts. 



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1971 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



15 



CUTLER, ROLAND. 

The stripper; a screenplay. 21 1. 
© Steve Karmen Productions, Inc.; 
28Jun71; DU80555. 

CUZZANI, AGUSTIN. 

The center forward died at dawn; 
a play in three acts. New York, 
Friendship Press. 47 p. © Friend- 
ship Press, Inc.; 25Feb70; DP7700. 



D 



DVC PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

The mating game. See ENDELSON, 
RICHARD W. 

DACE, EDWIN WALLACE. 

John Brown in Kansas; a play in two 
acts by Wallace Dace. 100 1. 
© Edwin Wallace Dace; 28jun71; 
DU80620 . 

DACUS, W. PENCE. 

For works with W. Pence Dacus as 
application author See BABBIDGE, 
ROBERT F. 

DAHLBERG, EDWARD. 

Miss Lizzie. See MILLER, 
LUIGIA M0RG0GLI0NE. 

DAHLBERG, LARRY DURWARD. 

Turtle. 10 1. A screenplay. © Larry 
D. Dahlberg; 13Jan71; DU79103 . 

DALRYMPLE, ANGUS. 

Murder in the betting shop; a play in 
three acts. 1 v. © Angus Dalrymple; 
2Apr71; DU79654. 

DAMON, J. WILLIAM T. 

White man; dramatic composition by 
William Damon. 10 1. Three acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3Jan46, D952. 
© William Damon; 3Mar46; DP7689. 
(See also Damon, William; 3Jan46; 
D952) 

DAMON, JAMES WILLIAM. 

White man, by William Damon. 10 1. 
Two acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
3Jan46, D952. © William Damon 
(James William Damon); 27Dec70 (in 
notice: 1946 & 1970); DP7611. 

DAMON, WILLIAM. 

White man, a play in two acts. 

© lc 1-5-46; William Damon, Holly- 
wood; D unp. 952. (See also Damon, 
J. William T. ; 3Mar46; DP7689) 

DANA, SAM. 
Hot pants. 



See COLBERT, JUNE. 



DANCHIK, ROGER LEWIS. 

The princess and the ogre; a play for 
children. 1 v. With music. 
© Roger Lewis Danchik; 22Apr71; 
DU80006 . 

DANEK, OLDRICH. 

I shall return to Prague (Vratim se do 
Prahy) Translated by Katharine 
Baker. 72 1. A play. NM: trans- 
lation. © Katharine Baker; Uun71; 
DU80341. 

DANIEL, KENNETH C. 

Simon and the circus; a play in six 
scenes for hand-puppets. 7 1. 
© Kenneth C. Daniel; 24jun71; 
DU80603 . 

DAMIELEWSKI, TAD. 

Robin; screenplay by Tad Danielewski, 
story by Tad Danielewski & Jose G. 
Maesso. 149 1. Based on an idea 
by Jose G. Maesso. Appl. authors: 
Tad Danielewski, Tecisa Films & 



Jose Maesso. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 2Feb70, Diiyf^i'l. NM: revi- 
sions. © Tad Danielewski ■•• Tecisa 
Films; 29Apr71; DU80050. 

DANSICKER, MICHAEL E. 

Robinson Crusoe. 2 v. A musical 
play. Appl. authors: Sarah Marie 
Schlesinger 8- Michael E. Dansicker. 
,'arah Marie Schlesinger & Michael 
E. Dansicker; 29Mar71; DU79655- 

DANZY, PAULETTE M. 

Who ate the cat, who ate the rat; 
a screenplay written especially 
for television by Paula Danzy. 
Five scenes. S) Paulette M. Dan:.: 
24Md,., 1; DU8 

D'ARIANO, REGINA MARIA. 

II primo sbarco di Colombo (The first 
landing of Columbus) 24 p. 
© Regina M. D'Ariano; lSJan71; 
DP7596. 

DARION, JOE. 

And David wept. See LADERMAN, EZRA. 

DA SILVA, HOWARD. 

The fat boy. See LEON, FELIX. 

DA SILVA, RAUL. 

Flypaper; a one-hour teleplay. 6l 1. 
(Banyon series) © Raul da Silva; 
24Feb71; DU79492. 

DAVIDS, PAUL J. 

Invitation to the murder; an original 
screenplay. 94 1. © Paul J. Davids; 
29Mar71; DU79779. 
Sudden spirit; an original screenplay 
by Paul Davids & J. Selby Smith. 
97 1. © Paul Davids & J. Selby 
Smith; 25May71; DU80296. 

DAVIDSON, GERALD G. 

A is for adultery but not I; an 

irreverent adaptation of Nathaniel 
Hawthorne's classic, The Scarlet 
letter. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Gerald G. Davidson; 7Jun71; 
DU80408 . 

DAVIDSON, HERBERT. 

It's like this, cat. 1 v. A play. 
Based on the book of the same title 
by Emily Neville. Appl. authors: 
Claire G. Miller, Selma R. Brody & 
Herbert Davidson. NM: dramatiza- 
tion & music. © Newbery Award Rec- 
ords, Inc.; 300c t-70; DU80133. 

DAVIS, ALLEN, III. 

Wing ding; screenplay; from a story by 
Mark Eisenstein. 1 v. © Allen 
Davis III; l8Feb71; DU79284. 

DAVIS, COPLEY W. 

The living place. Downers Grove, 
111., Contemporary Drama Service. 
11 p. Appl. author: Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc., employer for hire. 
©Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 15Nov70; 
DP7553 • 

DAVIS, DAK E. 

Tableaux of redeeming social value; 
a play in two acts. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Ah, Venus, 
6Aug65, DU63699. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Dan E. Davis; Uun71; 
DU80353. 

DAVIS, JAN, pseud. See BIRD, JOHN. 

DAVIS, JOHN F. 

Buffalo; an original screenplay. 63 1. 
© John F. Davis; l8jan71; DU79177. 

DAVIS, KEVIN ROBERT. 

Great adventure; original screenplay. 
133 1. © Kevin Robert Davis; 
Uun71; DU80350. 



DAVIS, OSSIE. 

Curtain call, Mr. Aldridge, sir; a 
dramatic reading. (In The black 
teacher and the dramatic arts. 
William R. Reardon & Thomas D. 
Pawley, editors. Westport, Conn., 
Negro Universities Press, p. 233-253) 
© Ossie Davis; 23Sep70; DP7702. 

Purlie. See GELD, GARY. 

Purlie victorious; a comedy in three 
acts. New York, S. French. 90 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 13Dec6l, 
DU54462. NM:additions. © Ossie 
Davis; 26jun62 (in notice: 1961); 
DP7663 . ; ' 

DAVTS, PIERCENE E. 

Hey, kid. See CROWLEY, STEVE. 

DAY, JAMES PAUL. 

Across the river (The glass bottom 
boat) A play in thret acts by 
James Paul Dey, pseud. 1 v. 
© James Paul Dey; JKavi'l; DU80129. 
Viva lamour; a play in one act by 
James Paul Dey, pseud. 14 1. 
© James Paul Dey; HMar71; DU80317. 

DEAL, DENNIS. 

The lady has her plan. See PARAS, 
PAULA HELENE. 

DEAN, NORMAN, pseud. See VAN DIEST, 
NORMAN H. 

DEAN, PHILIP HAYES. 

This bird of dawning singeth all night 
long; a short play. New York, Dra- 
matists Play Service. 30 p. 
© Philip Hayes Dean; 2Jun71; DP7692. 

DEANE, PAUL CECIL. 

Count Dracula; a play based on the 
novel Dracula, by Bram Stoker. 
1 v. Three acts. © Paul Cecil 
Deane; 9Feb71; DU79151. 

DE CHRISTOPHER, ALFRED, II. 

August 13th, 8:30 p.m. See MONTROSE, 
DAVID. 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Post-surgical care series. Scripts. 
© Decision Media, Inc. 
Anesthesia. © 7Apr71; C24814. 
Case studies. ©'7Apr71; C21817. 
The heart. © 7Apr71; C24812. 
Hemorrhage. © 7Apr71; C24816. 

I.V. therapy. ©' 7Apr71; C24819. 
Protecting the patient. © 7Apr71; 

C24813. 
Respiration. © 7Apr71; C24818. 
Shock. © 7Apr71; C24815. 



DEDHAM CHAPTER, ORDER OF DEMOLAY. See 
ORDER OF DEMOLAY. DEDHAM CHAPTER. 

DEEMER, CHARLES ROBERT, JR. 

The profession; a play in three acts. 
83 1. © Charles Robert Deemer, Jr.; 
28jan71; DU79259. 

DEFAZIO, MARJORIE DEBOL. 

Pipe dream. See BRADY, ANNE 
HAZLEWOOD. 

DE FRANCESCO, AMADA. 

Life is a masquerade. See 
DE FRANCESCO, TAMAYO, RIO. 

DE FRANCESCO, TAMAYO, RIO. 

Life is a masquerade; a musical play 
in two acts; musical numbers by Rio 
De Francesco & Amy De Francesco; ad- 
ditional lyrics by Mary K. Sarlow; 
based on a theme of Mary K. Sarlow. 
1 v. © Rio De Francesco Tamayo & 
Videorama Music Co.; 3Feb71; DU79315. 

DE GENDRON, NATALIE GATES. 

The ugly eaglet; a play in 3 acts by 
Natalie Gates. 1 v. © Natalie 
Gates; 20Jan71; DU79015 . 



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DE GRAZIA, ALFRED JOSEPH, III. 

Day! Break! Down! 68 1. A screenplay. 
© Alfred Joseph De Grazla III; 
4Jan71; DU79005 . 

DE JONG, RALPH J. 

Ware; a screenplay based on the life 
of John Ware. 87 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. abroad i960. MM: 
additions. © Ralph J. De Jong- 
?9Apr71; DU80049. 

DE JOUY, ETIENNE. See JOUY, ETIENNE DE. 

DE LACK, 3LANCA ROSA FERNANDEZ. See 
LACK, BLANCA ROSA FERNANDEZ DE. 



DRAMAS 



DELGADO, RAMON LOUIS. 

Snowbird; a play in one act. 1 v. 
© Ramon Louis Delgado; 1 tMar71; 
DU79556. 

DELL PUB. CO., INC. 

The new theatre of Europe, 4. See 
ESSLIN, MARTIN. 

DELLE CESE, ITALO. 

L'annonce faite a marie. 
ROSSELLINI, RENZO. 



See 



DELLINGER, PAUL M. 

Rat race. 106 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Paul M. Dellinger; l6Feb71; 
DU79412. 

DEL LXTTO, VICTOR. 

Theatre. See STENDHAL. 

DEL MAR, GLAUCO, pseud. See VELASQUEZ, 
GLAUCO. 

DEL MEDICO, MICHAEL A. 

The lower depths, by Maxim Gorky; 
adaptation & special lyrics by 
Michael A. Del Medico. 1 v. Four 
acts. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Michael A. Del Medico; l8May71; 
DU80067 . 

DE MARTINI, THOMAS EUGENE 

Barine. 89 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Thomas Eugene De Martini; 
31Mar71; DU79800. 
The envelope man. 1 v. A screen- 
play. © Thomas Eugene De Martini- 
7Jun71; DU80397. 

DE METRIUS, CLAUDE. 

That's the way the pizza crumbles, by 
Claude De Metruis [i.e., De Metriu- 1 
& Nippsy [i.e., Nipsey] Russelfll. 
15 1. (Barefoot in the park) 
A screenplay in 2 parts. © Nipsev 
Russell s, Claude De Metrius- 
26Feb71; DU79941. 

^Se^^YLEYrE^H^ 2 - *™^° ' 
DEMING, TRAVTLLA M„ 

What time does it get dark? A comedy. 
1 v. Three acts. © Travilla M 
Deming; 12Mar71; DU79623. 

DENEVI, MARCO. 

Falsif icaciones; selecciones. Phila- 
delphia, Center for Curriculum De- 
velopment. 30 p. (Teatro contem- 
poraneo) NM: introd. © Center for 
Curriculum Development, Inc.; 
3May71; A246267. 

DENHAM, REGINALD. 

The tangled web. See ORR, MARY. 

DENICOFF, MARVIN. 

Fortune teller man. 45 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Marvin Denicoff; 
21Jun71; DU80566. 

DENKER, HENRY. 

The headhunters; a new play. 1 v 

^r ee ^? cts - ©Henry Denker; 
30Apr71; DU79946. 



DE PAUL UNIVERSITY, CHICAGO. 

The shuller's child. See 0' KELLY, 
SEUMAS. 

DEPINO, DAVID J. 

A story of love and neoole. 53 1. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book 
lyrics only. © David J. DePino; 
16Apr71; DU79738. 

DEPTULA, WALTER J., JR. 

Say aloha to the guru, darling; an 
absurd comedy in three acts. 
153 1. ©Walter J. Deptula, Jr.; 
26May71; DU80301. 

DE REFLER, SEYMOUR SANDY. 

Once in wonder; book & lyrics by Ellis 
Ostrove & Patricia Stolz Stang; 
music by Seymour Sandy De Refler. 
1 v. A play. © Ellis Ostrove, 
Seymour Sandy De Refler & Patricia 
Stolz Stang; 12Jan71; DU7929C. 

DERIO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

A play called today. See SCHAIN, DON. 

DERRINGER, WILLIAM. 

Left-right-left; a one act play. 

1 v. © William Derringer; 22Apr71: 
DU80060. ' 

Where else would a bull live? A new 
comedy. 50 1. Two acts. 
© William Derringer; 22Apr71; 
DU80059. 

DESAI, SANTOSH. 

Hinduism and concern for humanity: 
Poverty, welfare, discrimination. 
28 1. (Tradition, relevance, 
change) Lecture. © Institute for 
Religious & Social Studies; 12Apr71; 
C24828. 

DE SICA, VITTORIO. 

Miracle in Milan. New York, Orion 
Press. 120 p. Appl. author: 
Grossman Publishers, Inc., employer 
for hire. © on translation; 
Grossman Publishers, Inc.; 8Sep68; 
A249107 . 

DESMOND, STEVE. 

Breakdown. See WOODSUM, HARVEY.. 

DE SOUZA, STEVEN E. 

Scoring; an original screenplay by 
Steve De Souza. 83 1. © Steven E. 
De Souza; 31Mar71; DU79799. 

DESPRES, LORAINE. See MULHOLLAND, 
LORAINE DESPRES. 

DESSLER, HAROLD Z. 

A step in the right direction. 

91 1. A screenplay. © Harold Z. 
Dessler; Uun71; DU80343. 

DEVTNE, EUGENE. 

Cobol computer programming language; 
an introduction to USASI Cobol. By 
Eugene Devine, V. C. Jacobson 8: 
Deloyce McMurray . 92 1. Filmstrip 
.script. © Audication, Inc.: 
19Nov70; C24469. 

DEVLIN, CLARENCE JAY. 

Get me Hal Stahr! Written by Jay 
Devlin & Larry Smith; based on an 
idea by Jay Devlin. 24 1. Screen- 
play. © Jay Devlin & Larry Smith; 
22Feb71; DU79450. 

DEVORE, IRVEN. 

In the field. 1 v. script. Appl. 
I ™,JV " eld: babo °n studies. 
!9May?ir^ 5 ^? l0Pment ° Mte *' Inc " 

DEVRIENT, EDUARD. 

Hans Heiling. See MARSCHNER, 
HEINRICH. ' 



Jan.-June 



DIAL, WILLIAM. 

Con; an original screenplay by 

William Dial k Peter Barnes. 98 1. 
© William Dial & Peter Barnes: 
HJun71; DU80389. 

DIAS, SUSAN. 

Behalf of the laugh. 1 v. A musical 
play. Appl. authors: Susan Dias, 
Linda Zartman &■ Norman Curtis. 
© Susan Dias; l4Apr71; DU79916. 

DIAZ, ANTONELLO MADAU. 

Count down. See BETTINELLI, BRUNO. 
DIAZ . 

El cepillo de dientes; o, Naufragos 
en el parque de atracciones. Obra 
en dos actos. Philadelphia, Centea 
for Curriculum Development. 54 p 
(Teatro contemporaneo) NM: introd. 

enter for Curriculum DeveloDment, 
Inc.; 3May71; A246270. ' ' 

DIAZ, WILLIAM. 

Land of the free. 1 v. A play in 4 
scenes. © William Diaz; 3MayYl: 

DU80084 . 

DICKENS, CHARLES JOHN HUFFAM. 
A Christmas carol. See AVERY 
HELEN P. ' 

A Christmas carol. See KERR, JACK. 

DIEDERICH, JAMES ROBERT. 

Five-bar-gate-jumps-and-over sort of 
stuff; a verse play. 7 1. © James 
R. Diederich; l4May71; DU80I99. 

DI GANC-I, LOUIS A. 

A rooking in a rookery. 118 1. 
A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 2Apr68, DU71187. NM: 
revision. © Louis A. Di 3argi: 
3Mar71; DU79547. 

DILEO, PETER. 

Please 7:52, we love you; a one act 
comedy. 19 1. © Peter DiLeo; 
2lApr71; DU79991. 

DILLON, HELEN S. 

The teaching lesson for Alphie the 
alphabet doll. See DILLON, LEO L. 

DILLON, LEO L. 

The teaching lesson for Alphie the 
alphabet doll, by Leo L. S: Helen S. 
Dillon. 9 1. Recording script. 
?24|76 L ' * Hel<5n S- Dlllon ; 7May71; 

DINNER, MICHAEL J. 

Destine; a short play in one act. 
7 1. © Michael J. Dinner; 3May71; 
DP7683. 

DIOPHANTES, D. M. 

Base 12 cosmogony. Pt.1-3. 1 v. 

Three lectures. © D. M. Diophantes; 
8Apr71; C24821. 

DI PIETRO, VINCENT. 

Gloria Je Haven and friends . 2 sheets . 
Television script. © JVS Produc- 
tions, a partnership whose members 
are Stephen B. Eden, Jack Brooks &- 
Vincent Di Pietro; 17May71; C25219. 



DEY, JAMES PAUL, pseud. 
JAMES PAUL. 



See DAY, 



DISNEY, WALT. 

Snow White and the seven dwarfs. See 
HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 

DITTES, JAMES E. 

Who is the man on the spot' 1 v 
(New concepts of the minister's 
role — new forms of community lifel 
Lecture. © Institute for Religious 
& Social Studies; 12Apr71; C24I41T 

DIXON, JOHN STEPHEN. 

The fragile rose we cherished long at 
last has turned to dust — a reauiem 
for the king. 1 v. A musical p'lay 
in 4 acts. © J. Stephen Dixon; 
8Jan71; DU79074. 



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1971 



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17 



DOAN (G. CARLTON) FILM PRODUCTIONS. 
A new world. See ENDERS, HOWARD A. 

DOBBINS, GAINES S. 

The theology of social action. 13 1. 
Lecture. © Broadman Films; l8jun71; 
C25240. 

DODD, MEAD & CO., INC. See 
THE BEST PLAYS OF 1969-1970. 

DODDS, ANDY. 

Froggie; a children's musical based on 
Froggie went a'courtin'. Script, 
Stanley Werner; lyrics & music, Andy 
Dodds; arrangements,, Judy Taylor. 
2 v. Ten scenes. © Stanley Werner 
& Andy Dodds; l6Sep70; DP7597 

DODDS, MRS. ROBERT. See DODDS, ANDY. 

DODGSON, CHARLES LUTWTDGE. 

Alice in wonderland; dramatized by 

Virginia Koste. '4't 1. A play in 

3 acts. © Virginia Koste: 2Feb71; 

DU79107 . 
Alice in Wonderland. See HARRINGTON, 

EDITH RUSSELL. 
Alice in Wonderland . See RAUCINA, 

THOMAS F. 
Alice in Wonderland. See VACCA, 

MICHELE L. 



DODSON, GEORGE. 
We need an expert. 
HARRY. 



See WESTER, 



DOE, M. H. B., pseud. See: 

KEAST, BRENT. 
SMITH, ERNEST. 

DOLL, KATHLEEN F. 

Beauty and the beast. See KRENZKE, 
RAYMOND E. 

DON, CARL, pseud. See GOLDMAN, KALMAN. 

DONATHAN, ELYSE D. 

The perils of Paul; a rock musical in 
three acts by Susanne, pseud. 1 v. 
© Elyse D. Donathan; 27May71; 
DU80431. 

DONNELLY, ELIZABETH N. 

The ecology will please come to order, 
by Eernard J. Phelan, pseud. 13 1. 
A play. © Elizabeth N. Donnelly; 
3Mar71j DU79548. 



DO RAN, MADELEINE. 

A midsummer night's dream. 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 



See 



DORFER, GERHARD. 

Josef Lang, kuk. Scharfrichter; 
schauspielbuch; by Gerhard Dorfer 
und Anton Zettel. Wien, Universal 
Edition. 95 p. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; l8May71; DFO-1831. 

DORIO, EVELYN, pseud. See NICOLAIS. 
EVELYN D. 

DORN, BARBARA C. 

The cup of love; a Christmas festival 
drama by Barbara Dorn, Bess Loomis 
& Nancy Marsten. 14 1. Includes 
music for 1 song. © Barbara C. Dorn; 
24May71; DU80240. 

DORSEY, JOSEPH L. , SR. 

Four, two, three, enigma; a play in 
two acts by Lee Dorsey. 97 1. 
© Joseph L. Dorsey, Sr.; 5Apr71; 
DU79662. 

DORSMAN, CONSTANCE V. 

Free; a play by Connie Dorsman. 

53 1- Two acts. © Connie Dorsman; 
HJan71; DU79079. 



DOSTOEVSKY, FEODOR MIKHAILOVTCH. 
Der ewige Gatte. See LIEBLEIN, 

WALTER. 
The nihilists. See EWEN. FREDERIC. 
Stavrogin's creatures. See MONT- 
GOMERY, ROBERT. 
Uncle's dream. See GINSBURG, BERNARD 
MATTHEW. 

DOTY, DENNIS. 

In the beginning; a new musical; book, 
lyrics & music by hennis Doty, John 
Shelton, Richard Quinnell, Thomas 
Berry. 1 v. Elghl enes. 
©Dennis Doty, John P. Shi Lton, 
Richard Quinnell, Thoma: erryj 
>' , l : DU79698. 

DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Man to woman. Television scripts. 
© Jack -Douglas . 
Segment 

1. Bitchy women. © 22Apr71; C2'49!»0. 

2. Love at first sight. © 22Aprfl; 
C2 ! (9<U. 

3. Women and vanity items. 
© 22Apr71; C2'+9't2. 

*. Women who gossip. © 22Apr71; 
C249<43. 

5. Revolt against morality. 
© 22Apr71; C24944. 

6. Equality of the sexes. 
© 22Apr71; C24945. 

7. Women attracted to bad men. 
© 22Apr71; C24946. 

8. Things women do which men don't 
like. © 22Apr71; C24947. 

9. Marriage is a job. © 22Apr71; 
C24948. 

10. The value of communications, 
pt.l. © 22Apr71; C24949. 

11. A man's job in marriage. 
© 22Apr71; C24950. 

12. Do the sexes dress for each 
other? © 22Apr71; C24951. 

13. Sexual inadequacy of the male, 
pt.l. © 22Apr71; C24952. 

14. The break-up of happy marriages. 
© 22Apr71; C24953. 

15. Preparation for adulthood. 
© 22Apr71; C24954. 

16. Women to date; women to marry. 
© 22Apr71; C24955. 

17. The danger of generalities. 
© 22Apr71; C24956. 

18. To do the best we can. 
© 22Apr71; C24957. 

19. Man's expectations of a woman. 
© 22Apr71; C24958. 

20. The decadent 1960's. © 22Apr71; 
C24959. 

21. What women don't like about mea 
© Uun71; C25100. 

22. Do married men yearn for bache- 
lorhood? © Uun71; C25101. 

23. The feminist movement, pt.l. 
© Uun71; C25102. 

24. The feminist movement, pt.2. 
© Uun71; C25103. 

25. The feminist movement, pt.3. 
© Uun71; C25104. 

26. The wonder of marriage. 
© Uun71; C25151. 

27- The purposes of this series. 
© Uun71; C25152. 

28. Psychiatry for everyone. 
© Uun71; C25153- 

29. The cheating husband, pt.l. 
© Uun71; C25154. 

30. What women like about men. 
© Uun71; C25066. 

31. Polygamy. © Uun71; C25150. 

32. A woman's martyr complex. 
© Uun71; C25145. 

33. The value of communication, 
pt.2. © Uun71; C25146. 

34. Preparation for marriage. 
© Uun71; C25147. 

35. Sexual inadequacy of the male, 
pt.2. © Uun71; C25148. 

36. The cheating husband, pt.2. 
© Uun71; C25149. 



37. Housewife and homemaker, odious 
words. © Uun71; C25140. 

38. Resentful young working woman. 
© Uun71; C25141. 

39. A housewife's coolie wages. 
© Uun71; C25142. 

40. 32 and unmarried. © Uun71; 
C25143. 

41. The frigid woman, pt.l. 
© Uun71; C25144. 

42. Male shortage problem. 
© Uun71; C25135- 

43. Why change a man? © Uun71; 
C25136. 

44. The castrating female. 
© Uun71; C25137. 

45. Diary of a hairdresser. 
© Uun71; C25138. 

46. The sexless marriage. 
© Uun71; C25139. 

47. The attraction of older men. 
© Uun71; C25130. 

48. Women alcoholics, pt.l. 
© Uun71; C25131- 

49. Women alcoholics, pt.2. 
© Uun71; C25132. 

50. Putting children before the 
husband. © Uun71; C25133. 

51. The frigid woman, pt.2. 
© Uun71; C25134. 

52. Salute to the young generation, 
pt.l. © Uun71; C25125. 

53. Salute to the young generation, 
pt.2. © Uun71; C25126. 

54. The myth of motherhood. 
© Uun71; C25127. 

55. Unappreciated women. © Uun71; 
C25128. 

56. People are only human. 
© Uun71; C25129. 

57. The status of the homosexual in 
society, pt.l. © Uun71; C25120 . 

58. The status of the homosexual in 
society, pt.2. © Uun71; C25121. 

59- The status of the homosexual in 
society, pt.3. © Uun71; C25122. 

60. The status of the homosexual in 
society, pt.4. © Uun71; C25123. 

61. Woman's liberation. © Uun71: 
C25124. 

62. Counseling before marriage. 
© Uun71; C25115. 

63. The social revolution decade. 
© Uun71; C25116. 

64. Why women cheat. © Uun71; 
C25I17. 

65. Mail call. © Uun71; C25118. 

66 . Should a woman tell her man 
everything? © Uun71; C25119. 

67 . Should a man tell his woman 
everything? © Uun71; C25IIO. 

68. The feminist movement, pt.4. 
© Uun71; C25111. 

69. A woman's ego. © Uun71; 
C25112. 

70. Mail call: The young genera- 
tion. © Uun71; C25113. 

71. Tips to the bride-to-be. 
© Uun71; C2511ii. 

72. Tips to the groom. © Uun71; 
C25105. 

73. Mail call. © Uun71; C25106. 

74. Who do you confide in? 
© Uun71; C25107. 

75. The wandering eye problem. 
© Uun71; C25108. 

76. The influence men have over 
men. © Uun71; C25IO9. 

77. My wife, the matchmaker. 
© Uun71; C25095. 

78. The value of trial separation. 
© Uun71; C25096. 

79. To the bored housewife. 
© Uun71; C25097. 

80. Must romance die at the altar? 
© Uun71; C25098. 

81. Marital propaganda. © Uun71; 
C25099. 

82. European vs. American wives. 
© Uun71; C25090. 

83. Is it really a man's world? 
© Uun71; C25091. 

84. The mother-in-law. © Uun71; 
C25092. 



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Jan.-June 



DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Man to woman. -Con. 

85. Mall call. © Uun71; 025095. 

86. The advantages of re-marrlage. 
© Uun71j C25094. 

87. The pitfalls of re-marriage. 
© Uun71; C25O85. 

88. Six terrifying words. © Uun71; 
C25086 . 

89. Mall call. © Uur.71; C25087. 

90. Mail call. © Uun71; C25088. 

91. Mail call. © Uun71; C25089. 

92. The dealers in despair. 
© Uun71j C25080. 

93. The sexually frigid man. 
© Uun71; C25081. 

94. A forecast of social changes. 
© Uun71; C25082. 

95. The well of loneliness. 
© Uun71j C25083. 

96. A message for the younger gen- 
eration. © Uur>71; C25084. 

97- Show her you love her. 
© 50Jun71; C25346. 

98. How to make your wife jealous. 
© Uun71; C25075. 

99. How to make your wife jealous, 
pt.2. © Uun71; C25076. 

100. Mail call. © 30Jun71; C25342. 

101. The wife who wanted to be a 
prostitute. © Uun71; C25077. 

102. Each day is the first day. 
© Uun71; C25078. 

105. Love after forty.. © Uun71; 
C25079- 

104. Love after forty, pt.2. 
© Uun71; C25070. 

105. Love after 40, pt.3. © Uun71; 

c 25 071. 

106. The peace at any price hus- 
band. © Uun71; C25072. 

108 . The wife who mothers her hus- 
band. © Uun71; C25073. 

109. Mail call. © Uun71; C25074. 
110. Mail call. © 30Jun71; C25344. 

111. Envy. © Uun71; C25067. 

112. Mail call. © Uun71; C25068. 

113. The Don Juan complex. 
© 50Jun71; C25345. 

114. What does a wife expect of a 
husband. © Uun71; C25069. 

115.. Are you satisfied with your 
marriage? © JOJurtfl; C25347. 

DOUGLAS, JERRY. 

Score. 114 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Jerry Douglas; 9Feb71; DU79355. 

DOYLE, WILLIAM A. 

Broadway Joe; musical comedy in 2 
acts; book & lyrics by Will Lee 
Doyle. 110 1. © William A. Doyle; 
25Jan71; DU79238. 

DRAH0S, MARY. 

The water of love. Downers Grove, 
111., Contemporary Drama Service. 
12 p. Appl. author: Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 15Nov70: 
DP7543 . 
A witness for Christ. Downers Grove, 
111., Contemporary Drama Service. 
12 p. Appl. author: Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 15Nov70; 
DP7542 . 

DREYFUS SALES CORP. 

Dreyfus portable sales seminar. Tape 
scripts. ©Dreyfus Sales Corp. 
Tape no. 

3. Introduction to corporate proto- 
types. © 24Feb71; 024653. 

4. Why the sales charge — is it- 
justified? © 24Peb71; C24649. 

5. Assumed benefit pension plan. 
© 24Feb71; C24652. 

6. Retirement plan for self- 
employed persons. © 24Feb71; 
C24647. 

7- How to organize an investment 
seminar. © 24Feb71; 024648. 



DRIER, ETHEL. 

Chapter and verse. 121 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Ethel 
Drier; 13Apr71; DU79712. 

DRUM, LEONARD. 

Untitled musical. 1 v. Two acts. 
Book only. © Leonard Drum; 24May71; 
DU80128. 

DRYDEN, JOHN. 

Aureng-Zebe. Edited by Frederick M. 
Link. Lincoln, University of 
Nebraska Press. 131 p. (A Bison 
book, 275- Regents Restoration 
drama series) 5 acts. NM: introd., 
annotation & compilation. © Uni- 
versity of Nebraska Press; 4jan71; 
A208930. 

The works of John Dryden. Vol.10: 
Plays: The tempest, Tyrannick love, 
An evening's love. Editor: 
Maximillian E. Novak. Textual 
editor: George Robert Guffey. 
Berkeley, University of California 
Press. 557 p. NM: compilation & 
revisions. ©Regents of the 
University of California; 9Nov70; 
A207763. 

DUBERMAN, MARTIN. 

Utopia. 36 1. A play. © Martin 
Duberman; 15Jan71; DU79038. 

DUBERSTEIN, HELEN. See LIPTON, HELEN 
DUBERSTEIN. 

DUDA, MARGARET B. 

Thirty pieces of copper; a one act 
drama. 15 1. © Margaret B. Duda: 
24Mar71; DU79754. 

DUDLEY, WILLIAM. 

An imperfect perfection; a romantic 
comedy of past and present errors. 
56 1. A musical play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © William 
Dudley; 28Apr71; DU79895 . 

DUERRENMATT, FRIEDRICH. 

Der Besuch der alten Dame. 
VON EINEM, GOTTFRIED. 

DUFTY, WILLIAM. 
To be continued. 
MILTON. 



DUNN, JOHN P. 

The troglodytic serend:: - play 
in one act. 33 1. © John . 
17Mar71; DU79708. 

DU PONT DE NEMOURS (E. I. ) & CO INC 
Carpet, a practical building material 
See TELETAPE DETROIT CORP? 



See 



See KATSELAS, 



DUHART, LARRY ALLAN. 

An island called lonely; a screenplay 
by Larry Duhart & John Lowe. 215 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3OJUI69, 
DU74996. NM: additions & omissions. 
© Larry Allan Duhart & John Patrick 
Lowe; 3May71; DU80091. 

DUJ0N, D0RSAY ALEXANDRIA. See ROBINSON, 
D0RSAY ALEXANDRIA DUJ0N. 

DUKORE, LAWRENCE. 

Turning off. 49 1. Screenplay. 

© Lawrence DuKore Productions, Inc.- 
19Apr71; DU79833. 

DUKORE (LAWRENCE) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Turning off. See DUKORE, LAWRENCE. 

DUMAS, MILDRED. 

The body keepers. 106 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Mildred Dumas; 
l4jun71; DU80498. 

DUNCAN, HAROLD. 

The kosher kings of the Katskills. 
See KAY, JULES M. 

DUNCAN, ROBERT LIGHT. 

Fermat's last theorem: a proof. 
2 sheets. © Robert Light Duncan; 
3May71; C25049. 

DUNN, DANDRIDGE D. 

The making of a black woman. 1 v. 
A play in 3 scenes. © Dandridge D. 
Dunn; Uun?l; DU80357 . 



DUP0RT, GEORGE'S, pseud. 
DUP0RT A. 



See GEORGE'S, 



DURANG, CHRISTOPHER. 

The nature and purpose of the uni- 
verse. 28 1. A play. © Christopher 
Durang; 21Jun71; DU80572. 

DURGIN, LAWRENCE L. 

Ministry among other institutions. 
1 v. (New concepts of the minis- 
ter' s role — new forms of commu- 
nity life) Lecture. © Institute 
for Religious Sc Social Studies; 
12Apr71j C24853. 

DURIEUX, LE ROY K. 

Birth of Dixie; historical musical 
drama by Lee Durleux. 55 1. Two 
acts. © Lee Durieux; 15Jan71; 
DU79133. 

DURS0 CO. 

Two men. See HAUER, MARY. 

DURS0, EVELYN. 

Two men. See HAUER, MARY. 

DUS0LIER, FRANCOIS. 

W (Double V) Original play. 1 v. 
French. © Francois Dusolier; 
HFeb71; DU79843. 

D'YOUVILLE COLLEGE, BUFFALO. 

Mothers-at-risk and the nurse. 19 1. 
Script. © D'Youville College; 
8Feb71; C25002. 
The unmarried mother: a crisis situa- 
tion. 15 1. Videotape script. 
© D'Youville College; 8Feb71; 
C24981. 

DYSART, PALMER. 

Vocational potential rating. 1 v. 
© Palmer Dysart; HJan71; C24476. 



E. C. COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

Of masks and flowers. 73 1. A 

screenplay. © E. C. Communications, 
Inc.; 21Jan71; DU79214. 

EAGAN, THOMAS. 

The ecological revue of unified sensi- 
bility including current wedding 
rituals of the Catholic Church and 
the chess joke; a revue by Tom 
Eagan. 1970 ed. 74 1. Includes 
lyrics for 1 song. © Thomas Eagan 
a.k.a. Tom Eagan; 15Nov70; DP7576. 

EAKES, WALTER L0N. 

The genuine lunatic. Ill 1. a play 
in 10 scenes. © Walter Lon Eakes; 
27Jan71; DU79250. 

EASELY, EWA T. 

Medical terminology, cardiovascular 
system. 1 v. Tape script. Appl. 
authors: Ewa T. Easely & Blanche S. 
Katz. © Hyman L. Starn; 4Mar71; 

Medical terminology, respiratory sys- 
tem. 1 v. Tape script. Appl. au- 
thors: Ewa T. Easely s- Blanche S. 
C24754 Hyman L - Starn ' 4 Mar71; 

EAS0N, DAVTD HOWE. 

Hey, Willi A musical play; book, mu- 
sic & lyrics by David H. Eason. 
1 v. Two acts. © David Howe Eason; 
12Jan71; DU79096. 



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EAST, DANNY WAYNE. 

The grunt. 2 1. A play. © Dann 
East; l4jun71; DU80494. 

EATON, CHRISTOPHER. 

Jeremy, Jeremy, by Christopher Eaton 
& Sue Brock. 1 v. A screenplay in 
8 scenes . © Christopher Eaton ic 
Sue Brock; 21May71; DU80278. 

EATON, SETH ROBERT. 

The budget allocation game; a paper. 
1 v. © Seth Eaton; 19Apr71; C24883. 

ECONOMON, ROCHELLE OWENS. 

The Karl Marx play, by Rochelle Owens. 
24 1. A musical play. Book & 
lyrics only. © Rochelle Owens; 
27Jan71; DU79062. 

EDEN, STEPHEN B. See JVS PRODUCTIONS. 

EDGLEY, LESLIE. 

The butcher bird; a play. 1 v. 

Two acts. © Leslie Edgley; 10Jun71; 

DU80478. 
Gallows passage; a play in three acts. 

1 v. © Leslie Edgley; 6Apr71; 

DU79942. 
Shadows in the cave; a play in three 

acts. 1 v. © Leslie Edgley; 

l4jan71; DU79152- 

EDITIONS DE LA TABLE RONDE. 

Ne reveillez pas, Madame. See 

ANOUILH, JEAN. 
Les poissons rouges. See ANOUILH, 

JEAN. 

ED1T0-SERVICE, S.A. 

La comedie et le vaudeville de 1850 

a 1900. See SIGAUX, GILBERT. 
Theatre. See STENDHAL. 
Theatre complete. See SOPHOCLES. 

EDLER, PETER. 

The secret life of Jesus. 1 v. A 
play in 7 parts. © Peter Edler; 
12JU171; DU80618. 

EDMONDS, HENRIETTE H. G. 

Mushy Mouth, by Henri Edmonds. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Henri Edmonds; 
2Jun71; DP7684. 

EDMONDS, RAYMOND MITCHELL. 

Great Zeus'. By Mitchell Edmonds. 
33 1. A play. © Mitchell Edmonds; 
7Apr71; DU79863. 

EDMUNDSON, ARIEL. 

Come back to earth; a musical; play & 
lyrics by Ariel Edmundson. 59 1. 
Two acts. Book S- lyrics only. 
© Ariel Edmundson; l6Feb71; DU79283. 

EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC. 
A brave new world. 5 1- Recording 
script. © Education Development 
Center, Inc.; 8Apr71; C24824. 
The British dilemma. 10 1. Recording 
script. NM: revision. © Education 
Development Center, Inc.; 8Apr71; 
C24823 . 
The corruptible crown. 8 1. Record- 
ing script. © Education Development 
Center, Inc.; 8Apr71; C24825. 
In the field. See DEVORE, IRVEN. 
Queen Elizabeth: conflict and compro- 
mise. 13 1. Recording script. 
© Education Development Center, 
Inc.; 8Apr71; C24826. 

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Audio reading progress laboratory. 
Levels 1-8. 3 v. Audio scripts. 
© Educational Development Corp.; 
4jan71; C24404. 

Career development laboratory. 1 v. 
Audio scripts. © Educational Devel- 
opment Corp.; 4jan71; C24391. 



The choice is yours. 1 v. Audio 
scripts. © Educational Development 
Corp.; 4jan71; C24397 . 

Continuous progress laboratory: lan- 
guage arts. Pt.1-3. 3 v. Audio 
scripts. © Educational Development 
Corp.; 4Jan71; C24394. 

Continuous progress laboratory: math. 
Pt.1-2. 2 v. Audio scripts. 
© Educational Development Corp.; 
4jan71; C24402. 

Continuous progress laboratory: 
science. Pt.1-3. 3 v. Audio 
scripts. © Educational Development 
Corp.; 4jan71; C24401. 

Continuous progress laboratory: social 
studies. Pt.1-3. 3 v. Audio 
scripts. © Educational Development 
Corp.; 4jan71; C24403. 

Explora tapes — language explorations 
Pt.1-2. 2 v. Scripts. © Education- 
al Development Corp.; 10May71; 
C 24 994. 

Explora tapes: Math explorations. 
Pt.1-2. 2 v. Recording scripts. 
© Educational Development Corp.; 
10May71; C24996 . 

Explora tapes: Science explorations. 
Pt.1-2. 2 v. Recording scripts. 
© Educational Development Corp . ; 
10May71; C24995 ■ 

Explora tapes: Social studies explora- 
tions. Pt.1-2. 2 v. Recording 
scripts. © Educational Development 
Corp.; 10May71; C24997- 

How to make a speech. 1 v. Audio 
scripts. © Educational Development 
Corp.; 4jan71; C24392. 

How to study. 1 v. Audio scripts. 
© Educational Development Corp.; 
4Jan71; C24398. 

How to use the dictionary. 1 v. 

Audio scripts . © Educational Devel- 
opment Corp.; 4jan71; C24396. 
How to use the library. 1 v. Audio 
scripts. © Educational Development 
Corp.; 4jan71; C24395. 

Listening progress laboratory, 
series 789. 1 v. Audio scripts. 
© Educational Development Corp.; 
4jan71; C24399. 

Primary listening skills program, 
la-lc. 1 v. Audio scripts. 
© Educational Development Corp.; 
4jan71; C24393 . 
Spelling progress laboratory. Pt.1-2. 
2 v. Audio scripts. © Educational 
Development Corp.; 4jan71; C24400. 

EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES. 

Presentation materials for monitor in- 
struction-IPI curriculum applica- 
tions. 1 v. Lectures. © Educa- 
tional Research Associates; 10Jun71; 
C25182. 

Sex education. See KIRKENDALL, 
LESTER A. 

EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION ASSN. OF 
METROPOLITAN CLEVELAND. 
Performance reviews that build com- 
mitment. See GUYON, RICHARD. 

EDWARDS, CARLTON. 

Star flight. 27 1. A play. Book «• 
lyrics only. © Carlton Edwards; 
l6jun71; DU80453. 

EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

[American Salesmasters cassette 
recordings] Lectures. ©American 
Salesmasters, Ltd. 
Unit 

71, sides 1 & 2. The psychology 01 
the salesman, by J. Douglas Ed- 
wards, with introd. by Harold A. 
"Hal" Krause. © 22Apr71; C24909. 
72, sides 1 & 2. College level re- 
cruiting and a system of selec- 
tion, by J. Douglas Edwards with 
introd. by Harold A. "Hal" Krause. 
7Apr71; C24820. 



73, sides 1 & 2. Using reports and 
charting to measure men, by 

J. Douglas Edwards, with introd. 
by Harold A. "Hal" Krause. 
© 22Apr71; C24910. 

74, Crisis after crisis after cri- 
sis, by J. Douglas Edwards with 
introd. by Harold A. "Hal" Krause. 
© 6Apr71; C24807. 

75, sides 1 !,■ 2. oral and written 
communication, by J. Douglas 
Edwards with Introd. by Harold A. 
"Hal" Krause. © 6Apr71j C24806. 

76, sides 1 & 2. The case for 
morale; or, Don't be a buddy, be 
a boss. By J. Douglas Edwards, 
with introd. by Harold A. "Hal" 
Krause. © 22Apr71; C24908. 

77, sides 1 & 2. Management's 
obligation; or, Profit is the 
name of the game. By J. Douglas 
Edwards, with introd. by Harold A. 
"Hal" Krause. © 22Arp71; C24907. 

78, sides 1 & 2. Recruiting and 
merit rating, by J. Douglas 
Edwards, with introd. by Harold A. 
"Hal" Krause. © 22Apr71; C24905- 

79, sides 1 & 2. Selecting new 
managers, by J. Douglas Edwards, 
with introd. by Harold A. "Hal" 
Krause. © 22Apr71; C24906. 

80, sides 1 & 2. Advanced training 
techniques, by J. Douglas Edwards, 
with introd. by Harold A. "Hal" 
Krause. © 22Apr71; C24904. 

81, side 1. What is a professional 
real estate salesman? © 20Apr71; 
C24896. 

81, side 2. Building the reflex. 
© 20Apr71; C24895- 

82, side 1. Finding people to 
sell. © 2PApr71; C24897. 

82, side 2. Qualifying the real 
estate prospect. © 20Apr71; 
C24898. 

83, side 1. Planning your sales 
tactics. © 20Apr71; C24899. 

83, side 2. Demonstrating property 
versus showing property. 

© 20Apr71; C24890. 

84, side 1. Handling real estate 
objections. © 20Apr71; C24891. 

84, side 2. Initial real estate 
closing techniques. © 20Apr71; 
C24892. 

85, side 1. More real estate 
closes. © 20Apr71; C24893 . 

85, side 2. The ethics of real 
estate selling. © 20Apr71; 
C24894. 
107, side 1. What is a professional 
automotive salesman? The fine 
art of prospecting. © 20Apr71; 
C24900. 

107, side 2. Automotive prospect- 
ing? the fine art of prospecting. 
© 20Apr71; C24901. 

108j side 1. Don't tell them; ask 
them; qualification and the pre- 
liminary approach. © 20Apr71; 
C24902 . 

108, side 2. Contact and qualifi- 
cation; qualification and the 
preliminary approach. © 20Apr71; 
C24903 . 

109, side 1. Presentation and 
demonstration; objections are 
opportunities. © 20Apr71; C24886. 

109, side 2. Handling Ob , '- tions; 
objections are opportunities. 

© 20Apr71; C24887. 

110, side 1. Closing the sale; 
closing is the name of the game. 
© 20Apr71; C24888. 

110, side 2. And now, become pro; 
closing is the name of the game. 
© 20Apr71; C24889. 



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EDWARDS, J AH IE M. 

Louella Lou Bell balled, by Stacy 
Myatt, pseud. 1 v. A play in 
5 ae Janl Iwai or. ; Uun71; 

- 

EFTIS, NAOMI. 

A woman called Moses. See GALEN 

MARCY. ' 

EICH, GUENTER. 

Journeys; two radio plays translated 
from the German by Michael Hamburg- 
er. The rolling sea at Setubal; The 
year Lacertis. London, Jonathan 
Cape. Ill p. (Cape editions, 15) 
Appl. author: Jonathan Cape, Ltd., 
employer for hire. NM: translation. 
© Jonathan Cape, Ltd.; 2SJul68: 
DF2064. 

EICHMAN, MARK WILLIAM. 

Caged. 59 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Mark William Eichman; 2IApr71; 
DU79987. ' 

EINHORN, ABE. 

The nite club comic and the kabuki 
dancer. 36 1. © Abe Einhorn; 
22Mar71; DU79716. 

EISENSTEIN, MARK. 

Wing ding. See DAVIS, ALLEN, III. 

EISLE, DONN. 

True adventures in space. 27 1. 

Monolog. © Starshine Music; 25Jun71: 
C25358. 

EKULONA, ADEMOLA, pseud. See FLOYD. 
RONALD ELVTN. ' 

EL-DABH, HALIM. 

Opera flies; three acts & epilogue 
1 v. Opera. © Halim El-Dabh; 
27May71; DU80476. 

ELDRIDGE PUB. CO. 

Santa's Christmas satellite. See 
CROUT, GEORGE. 

ELEY, ANDRES. 

The black angel of Mont[e]cassino. 
See PONTE, ETTORE. 

ELFENBEIN, JULIEN 

° r ren^ al CO J° n -- the b °S us , '°"" t from 
Genoa; an historical drama in three 

1% L, L v - ® Juli «n Elfenbeip. 
3Feb71; DU79313. '•' 

ELGAR, SIR EDWARD. 

Caractacus. See KENNEDY, MICHAEL. 

ELKIND, SAMUEL. 

28 scenes for acting practice. 
Scott, Foresman. 153 p. NM: 
illus. & compilation. © Scott, 
Foresman & Co.; 23Apr71; A240847 . 



ELLIOTT, JAMES S. 

Night train to Quebec. 
HOWELL M. 

ELLIS, FLOSSIE SHOAFF. 
The millionaire maker. 
JOHN EARL. 



See FORGY, 



See SHOAFF, 



ELLIS, JEFFREY D. 

The downfall of a trustingheart. See 
ELLIS, WALTER D. 

ELLIS, LARRY. 

Fr WILBUR rrlWe11 ' SSe EEDWINE > 

ELLIS, WALTER D. 

The downfall of a trustingheart; or, 
Charity begins at home. An old-fash- 
ioned melodrama in eight scenes by 
Walt & Jeff Ellis. 22 1. © Walter 
D. Ellis; 7Apr71; DU79860. 

ELSEY, DENNIS. 

How far is Wimbledon. See ELKINS 
ALFRED. 



ELTON, W. R. 

King Lear. See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

ELWARD, JAMES. 

Best of friends; a comedy in two acts. 
London, English Theatre Guild. 
82 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 1968 
as Picture you upor. my knee, St orev. 
pub. l8Dec70, DP7514. NM: additions 
& revisions. © James Elward; 
30Dec7O; DP7676 . 

EMBIUM. See MCKINLEY, MARK B. 

EMERY, ROBERT J. 

Death at dawn; a screenplay. 91 1. 
©Robert J. Emery; l8Mar71; DU79684 . 

ENCIO, JOSE M. DE. 

Madrid true life story. 119 1. 
Screenplay. © Jose M. de Encio; 
l6Apr71; DU79834. 

ENDELSON, RICHARD W. 

The mating game; screenplay. 61 1 
© DVC Productions, Inc.; lFeb71- 
DP7592- 

ENDERS, HOWARD A. 

A new world; a sixty-minute film for 
television; shooting script by 
Howard A. Enders for G. Carlton 
Doan Film Productions. 31 1. 
© G. Carlton Doan Film Productions; 
4jan71; DU79233. 

ENGELSMAN, ALAN. 

An introduction to theatre. See 
HOETKER, JAMES. 

ENGLISH, F. S. 

Underground; authored 8- narrated by 
Woody English. 1 v. Filmstrip 
script. © F. s. English; 8Feb71; 

ENGLISH, SAM. 

The Pudding Brothers show; comedy 
series. 1 v. Script. © Sam 
English; 10May71; C24983. 

ENGLISH, WOODY. See ENGLISH, F. S. 

ENGLUND, BRITA. 

Climb to the summit of the mountain, 
by Kaba, pseud. 110 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Brita Englund; 22Feb71; 
DU79463. 

ENTON, GREGORY, pseud. See FRIEDKIN, 
GREGORY ENTON. 

ERICKSON, JANET. 

Touchstone. See COBBE, MARK. 

ERSKINE, CHESTER. 

De profundus, by Oscar Wilde; a film 
dramatization freely adapted from 
his letter dated January-March 1897 
written in Reading Gaol . . . probing 
the causes and events which put him 
there. 156 1. © Greater Pacific 
Films, Inc.; 7Nbv70; DP7537. 

ERVTN, MRS. DAN. 

Dr. Law & the ailing clubwoman. See 
BREVARD PARLIAMENTARY LAW UNIT. 

ESPOSITO, JOHN R. 

Suppose; a dramatic script. 33 1. 
© John R. Esposito; 25Mar71; 
DU79764. 



ESQUIRE, INC. CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL 
FILMS. See CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL 
FILMS. 

ESSLIN, MARTIN. 

The new theatre of Europe, 4; five 
contemporary plays from the European 
stage, including The advertisement, 
by Natalia Ginzburg, Saved, by 
Edward Bond, The raspberry picker, 
by Fritz Hochwalder, Tomorrow, from 



any window, by Jean-Claude Grumberg, 
Self-accusation, by Peter Handke. 
Edited with an in trod. 
Esslir.. New York, Dell Pub. Co. 
305 p. (A Delta original) Appl. 
author: Dell Pub. Co., Inc., 
employer for hire. NM: in trod. & 
compilation. ©Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 
24Nov70; A206451. 
Vivat! Vivat Regina. See BOLT, ROBERT. 

ETCHEMENDY, MARIA BLAHCA LIVTNGSTOI; 
A complete surrender (Una total s 
ga) A reading play in three acts; 
translated from the jDanlsh by 
Rusconi Kaltovich. l"v. English 4 
Spanish. © Edith Rusconi Kaltovich: 
10May70; DP7562. 

ETIER, ANDREW FABORH. 

Eight beginning lessons for teaching 
typewriting by electron: : . 
Script. S Andrew Faborn Etier: 
lOJur.71; C25230. 

JEULO, KENNETH R. 

Kenny; a screenplay by Ken Eulo. 
176 1. ©Kenneth R. Eulo; 9Mar71; 
DU79594. - 

EURIPIDES. 

Three poetic plays. See FREUND. 

PHILIP. 
The wolves. See STONE, OLI 

EVANS, JEREMY L. , pseud. See LIEBSON, 
LAURENCE S. 

EVANS, LUTHER. 

A stranger to Chicago; a three act 
play. 75 1. © Luther Evans; 
26May71; DU8O299. 

EVANS, ROBERT K. 

Padrevia. See PASATIERI, THOMAS. 

eversull, kenne:: s. 

Considerations in radio communications. 
20 1. Lecture. Appl. states prev. 
reg. Oct. 1968, B457237. NM: addi- 
tions. © Security World Pub. Co., 
Inc.; 25Jun71; C25226. 

EWEN, FREDERIC. 

The nihilists; a "play in three acts by 
Frederic Ewen & John Randolph; 
adapted from Fyodor Dostoyevski's 
novel, The possessed. 1 v. 
© Frederic Ewen & John Randolph; 
21Jan71; DU79137. 

EWING, FRED L. 

Escape. See LEVINSON, GARY D. 

EWING, ROGER. 

For always. 74 1. Screenolay. 
© Roger Ewing; 20Jan71; DU79188. 

EXILE CO. 

The world's gonna fall on you. See 
CASH, JOHN R. 



F 



FAIRYDUST, I. M., pseud. 

RUTH ANN. 



See BENNETT, 



FALK, LEE. 

Eris; and Home at six; two plays. New 
York, Dramatists Play Service. 
72 p. © Lee Falk; 13Apr71; DP7632. 

FALLEDER, ARNOLD EDWARD. 

Paree, bonjour; musical playlet. 4 1. 
English. Book 5- lyrics only. 
© Arnold Edward Falleder; 27Jan71; 
DU79249. 

FAMILY ENRICHMENT BUREAU. 

No deposit - no return. See TOOMAN 

CHARLES L. ' 

The pastor and marriage therapy groups. 

See WTLKE, RICHARD B. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



21 



PARLEY, RICHARD. 

Now that I know you; a play. 154 1. 
Two acts. © Richard Farley; 
21Jun71; DU80565. 

FARR, PATRICK, pseud. See FARRELL, 
PATRICK J. 

FARRADAY, ELLEN, pseud. See ZOLLEG, 
AILEEN. 

FARRELL, PATRICK J. 

The victim; a one act play in two 
scenes by Patrick Farr, pseud. 
47 1. © Patrick J. Farrell; 20May71; 
DU80104 . 

FARRER-MESCHAN, RACHEL.' See MESCHAN, 
RACHEL FARRER-. 

FATOW, STEVEN. 

Tilt; screenplay by Stephen [i.e., 
Steven] Fatow, Randolph Goldberg & 
Lynne Alter. 33 1. © Steven Fatow, 
Randolph Goldberg & Lynne Alter; 
9Jun71; DU80427. 



FELTON, ANTHONY. 
Enrique Blanco. 



See OLIVER, FIDELI. 



FAY, ADRIENNE, pseud. 
JUANITA M. 



See WADE, 



FEDYSZYN, STAN. 

Scenes: for actors. Belmont, Calif., 
Wadsworth Pub. Co. 244 p. NM: 
pref., compilation, introductions 
to scenes, translation of The three 
sisters. © Wadsworth Pub. Co., 
Inc.; 19Feb71; A222034. 

FEELEY, JAMES TERENCE. 

The brick; an effect in one act. 8 1. 
© James Terence Feeley; l8jan71; 
DU79176. 



FEENEY, WILLIAM J. 
The shuiler's child. 
SEUMAS. 

FEINSTEIN, JOSEPH. 
Hooray for all of us. 
SCHNEIDER, MAURICE. 



See 0' KELLY, 



See 



FELD, BRUCE. 

Duel; a play with music. 1 v. Two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Bruce 
Feld; 20May71; DU80325- 

FELDER, LOUIS. 

Socially prominent. 67 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Louis 
Felder; l6Jul71; DU80612. 

FELDMAN, DAVID. 

The fifty year game of gin rummy; a 
play in one act. 34 1. © David 
Feldman; 28jun71; DU80621. 

FELDMAN, JACK. 

A medieval romance; a musical based on 
the short story by Mark Twain, 
pseud. Story adaptation 8: charac- 
terizations by James Ackerson, dia- 
logue 5: lyrics by Anita Jacobs, 
score by Jack Feldman. 1 v. Two 
acts. © James Neal Ackerson, Anita 
Jacobs & Jack Feldman; 17Feb71 ; 
DU79343 . 

FELDSTEIN, LEONARD C. 

A psychiatrist looks at the generation 
gap. 32 1. (Tradition, relevance, 
change) Lecture. © Institute for 
Religious & Social Studies; 12ADr71; 
C24832. 

FELIS, DOUGLAS. 

You. 2 sheets. AdcI. states prev. 
reg. & oub. 29May40, EU221688 & 
6May46, EP23372. NM: additions. 
© Douglas Felis; 2Jun71; C25047. 

FELSENSTEIN, WALTER. 

Othello. See VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 



FERGUSON, EUGENE LEE. 

WHLO news sparks HUD investigation of 
Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority. 
Report no. 1-3. 3 1. © WHLO Radio 
& Eugene L. Ferguson; l6Feb71; 
C24619. 

FERLITA, ERNEST, S.J. 

The krewe of Dlonysius. 66 1. A play, 
■nest Ferlita, S.J.; l6Apr71; 
DU79958. 
Son et lumlere at Jackson Square. 
30 1. A play. English. € Ernest 
Ferlita, S.J.; 27Jan71; DU79242. 

FERNANDEZ, PETER. 

Legends and tales of Africa. 39 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: JP 
Productions, Ltd., employer for hire. 
© JP Productions, Ltd.; 2Feb71; 
C24484 . 
Legends and tales of American Indians. 
34 1. Recording script. Appl. au- 
thor: JP Productions, Ltd., employer 
for hire. © JP Productions, Ltd.; 
2Feb71; C24482. 
Legends and tales of Eskimos. 36 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
JP Productions, Ltd., employer for 
hire. © JP Productions, Ltd.; 
23Feb71; C24538. 
Legends and tales of Ireland. 34 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: JP 
Productions, Ltd., employer for 
hire. © JP Productions, Ltd.; 
23Feb71; C24539. 
Legends and tales of Japan. 26 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: JP 
Productions, Ltd., employer for 
hire. © JP Productions, Ltd.; 
2Feb71; C24479. 
Legends and tales of Scandinavia. 
33 1- Script. Appl. author: J P 
Productions, Ltd., employer for 
hire. © J P Productions, Ltd.; 
2Feb71; C24496. 
Legends and tales of Scotland. 34 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: JP 
Productions, Ltd., employer for hire. 
© JP Productions, Ltd.; 2Feb71; 
C24483. 
Legends and tales of South America. 
32 1. Recording script. Appl. au- 
thor: JP Productions, Ltd., employer 
for hire. © JP Productions, Ltd.; 
2Feb71; C24480. 
Legends and tales of Spain. 26 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
JP Productions, Ltd., employer for 
hire. © JP Productions, Ltd.; 
2Feb71; C24481. 

FERSEN, ALESSANDRO. 

Golem; two acts. 102 1. A play. 
© Alessandro Fersen; 22Sep70; 
DU79220. 

FEVES, GENE SEMENOV. 

The reprisal; 3 _ act drama with in- 
cidental music; based on original 
libretto At-How-Nin. 51 p. Book 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
12Jan70, DU76090. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Gene Semenov Feves; 
30Jun71; DU80558. 

FEYDEAU, GEORGES. 

There's one in every marriage. See 
GROSSMAN, SUZANNE. 

FIEGER, ADDY 0. 

Dear Oscar; a musical based on the life 
of Oscar Wilde; book & lyrics by 
Caryl Gabrielle Young, pseud, of 
Caryl McEwen; music by Addy 0. 
Fieger. 1 v. Two acts. © Addy 0. 
Fieger; l4May71; DU80205. 

FILM CONFORMERS, INC. 

Dragons live forever. See GALLAGHER, 
MICHAEL. 



FILMS 13. 

Ca n' arrive qu'aux autres. 
TRINTIGNANT, NADINE. 



See 



FINEMAN, SHELLEY DALE. 

Geordle. 1 v. Screenplay. © Shelley 
Dale Flneman; 26Mar71; DU79772. 

FIORAVANTI, VALENTINO. 

Le cantatrici villane; commedla musi- 
cale in 2 atti by Valentino Flora- 
vanti; revlsione de Renato Parodl. 
Milano, Ricordl. 245 p. Riduzione. 
NM: revision & reduction. © G. Ri- 
cordl & c, S.P.A.: I4jan71 (in no- 
tice: 1970); DFO-1815. 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, 
BOSTON. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. See 
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

FIRST TO DIE; a play in one act about a 
black American, Crispus Attucks. 
New York, Youth Discovers. Sheets in 
folder. Appl. author: Harold Franklin. 
©Harold Franklin; '4Jan71; A20797'4. 

FISCHER, LYNN HENRY. 

The 1,2,4 theory: a synthesis. 4 1. 
© Lynn Henry Fischer; 26jan71; 
C24525. 

FISCHER, WOLFGANG GEORG. 

Simplex simpliclus. See GOEHR, 
ALEXANDER. 

FISCHOFF, GEORGE ALLAN. 

Monck! An original dramatic play 
for television. 3 1. © George 
Allan Fischoff; 30Apr71; DU80056. 

FLACK, MAC ARTHUR. 

Sickfare. See ARTIC, ROBERT. 

FLANDERS, ALDEN B. 

Daniel; a play. 1 v. Fourteen 
scenes. With lyrics for 1 song. 
© Alden B. Flanders; 4Feb71; 
DU79H5. 

FLAXMAN, HARVEY. 

This is your fairy godmother. 1 v. 
Three plays. Contents: This is your 
fairy godmother. — Paul. — Mary. 
Appl. ti.: Peter, Paul & Mary, this 
is your fairy godmother. © Harvey 
Flaxman; 6Apr71; DU79625. 

FLEISCHHACKER, DANIEL JAMES. 

Chola; a play in two acts. 124 1. 
© Daniel James Fleischhacker; 
4Mar71; DU79557. 

FLEISHER, ADOLPH X. 

Incident at Lodgepole; a screenplay by 
Bud Fleisher. 136 1. © Adolph X. 
Fleisher; 15Jan71; DU79129. 

FLEMING, BILL. 

It's never any good the first time; a 
comedy. 125 1- Three acts. © Bill 
Fleming; 15Mar71; DU79627- 

FLESCH, MARION H. 

A member 1 s-eye view of the Lord's 
Prayer. 5 1. © Marion H. Flesch; 
UJun71; C25232. 

FLETCHER, BRAMWELL. 

A cock to Asclepius. See WERTENBAKER, 

LAEL. 

FLETCHER, JACK. 

Fairysmoke; a traditional British 
Western pantomime. 13 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Jack 
Fletcher; 30Mar71; DU79588. 

FLETCHER, JOEL LAFAYETTE. 

Bisclavret. See HARSH, FRANK 
EUGENE . 

FLEXIBLE LEARNING SYSTEMS, INC. 

Doing science discovery series. See 
BODLEY, ROGER W. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



FLICK, JAMES. 

The evolution of the modern golf 
swing. See YANCEY, BERT. 

FLINN, MICHAEL JOHN SIMON. 

The laughing madonna; a play for 

television or stage by Cinna, pseud. 

102 1. Twenty-five scenes. 

© Michael John Simon Flinn; l8May71; 

DU80519. 

FLINT, MRS. J. F. See FLINT, PAGE W. 

FLINT, PAGE W. 

Blackburn's headhunters; a play with 
music. 122 1. Three acts. Based 
on the true story & book by Philip 
Harklns. Book only. NM: dramatiza- 
tion & revisions. © Page W. Flint 
(Mrs. J. F. Flint); 8Feb71; DU79353- 

FLINT, ROGER. 

The second coming; a screenplay. 
257 1. © Flint West Productions, 
Inc.; I8jun71; DU80556. 

FLINT WEST PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

The second coming. See FLINT, ROGER. 

FLOM, LEONARD. 

Anacin. See MARLIN ENTERPRISES, INC. 
Preparation H. See MARLIN ENTERPRISES, 
INC. 

FLOWERS, CURT. 

Bear. See RIZZO, JEFFREY. 

FLOYD, CARLISLE. 

Of mice and men; a musical drama in 
three acts, based on the novel & 
play by John Steinbeck. Belwin-Mills 
Pub. Corp. 35 P- Libretto. 
© Belwin-Mills Pub. Corp.; 8Feb71; 
DP7585- 

FLOYD, RONALD ELVTN. 

You can't bring the witch doctor to 
the picnic anymore; a white comedy 
by Ademola Ekulona, pseud. 1 v. 
© Ronald Elvin Floyd; 22Mar71; 
DU79723. 

FOGARTY, GERALD, S. J. 

A Catholic historian looks at the 
work ethic. 22 1. (Tradition, 
relevance, change) Lecture. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 12Apr71; C24831. 

FOGEL, JULIUS. 

The outlaw of the man-made mountains, 
by Julius Vogel, pseud. 94 1. A 
play in 3 acts. © Julius Fogel; 
13Apr71; DU79909. 

FOGLE, ROBERT C. 

Electronic surveillance. 26 1. Lec- 
ture. Appl. states prev. pub. Oct. 
1970, B623648 & Nov. 1970, B627421. 
NM: additions. © Security World 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 25Jun71; C25224. 

FONTANA, CIRO. 

Boule de Suif. -See SONZOGNO, 
GIULIO CESARE. 

FONTANA, THOMAS M. 

Donut, go gentile into that good 

knight; a play. 1 v. Five scenes. 
© Thomas M. Fontana; 24Mar71; 
DU79747. 

FORD, JAMES R. 

Something extra; an original musical 
comedy by Jack McLaughlin & Jeff 
Canning, music by Jim Ford, lyrics 
by Jack McLaughlin". 109 1- Three 
acts. © Jack McLaughlin, Jim Ford, 
& Jeff Canning; 7Jun71; DU8o'+03. 

FOREMAN, MYRTLE. 

King Herod the Great. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Myrtle Foreman; 
lFeb71; DU79277. 



FORER, BERNARD. 

Inside out; a musical play in two acts; 
book & lyrics by Bernard Forer. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Bernard Forer; 
27Jan71; DU7939 1 * . 

FORGRAVE, SUSAN M. 

How was I to know I was going to raise 
an emperor. See FORGRAVE, THOMAS J. 

FORGRAVE, THOMAS J. 

How was I to know I was going to raise 

.an emperor? A farce by Tom For grave.. 

18 1. A play. © Thomas J. Forgrave 

& Susan M. Forgrave; 9Feb71; DU79377. 

FORGRAVE, THOMAS JEFFERY. 

Bits and pieces; a revue by Tom 
Forgrave. 31 1. © Thomas J. 
Forgrave; 31Mar71; DU79798. 

FORGY, HOWELL M. 

Night train to Quebec; original story 
& screenplay by Howell M. Forgy S- 
James S. Elliott; additional materi- 
al created by Michael M. Forgy. 
124 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
26May64, DU60309. NM: revisions. 
© James S. Elliott & Howell M. 
Forgy; 22Dec70; DU79390. 

FORGY, MICHAEL M. 

Night train to Quebec. See FORGY, 
HOWELL M. 

FORKER, CHARLES R. 

Henry V. See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

FOR LANI , REMO. 

Au bal des chiens. [Paris] Gallimard . 
131 p. (Le Manteau d'arlequin) 
Onze tableaux. © Editions Gallimard; 
30Mar71; DFO-I825 . 

FORTER, ELIZABETH T. 

Major Barbara. See SHAW, GEORGE 
BERNARD. 

FOSS, MICHAEL. 

Iconoclast. 10 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© Hillcrest Services to Children' & 
Youth; 19May71; DU80246. 

FOSTER, PAUL. 

The satyricon; book & lyrics by Paul 
Foster. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Based on the work of the same title 
by Petronius. © Paul Foster; 
7Jun71; DU80232. 
Tom Paine. See ROY, CLAUDE. 

k BMAP SYSTEMS, INC. 

For works claimed by 4 BMAP Systems, 
Inc. See BABBIDGE, ROBERT F. 

FOWKE, HELEN SHIRLEY. 

The hostage. 110 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Helen Shirley Fowke; 7Jun71; 
DU80239. 

FOWLER, ROBERT. 

Rites of passage; a screenplay by Rob 
Fowler. 1 v. © Robert Fowler; 
8Apr71; DU79873. 

FOX, VAN F. 

Quick think. See RICE, STANLEY H. 

FRANCE, RICHARD. 

Thornstriker. See THIGPEN, 
JASPER, pseud. 

FRANCISCAN COMMUNICATIONS CENTER. 

I don't act. See WROBLESKI, EDWARD D. 
It don't pay the bills. See WROBLESKI, 

EDWARD D. 
Kiss your radio. See WROBLESKI, 

EDWARD D. 

FRANK, BERNHARD. 

Dark roots; a play in one act. 28 1 
© Bernhard Frank; l4May71; DU80201. 

FRANK, LARRY, pseud. See ELLIS, LARRY. 



FRANKLIN, CHARLOTTE WHITE. 

Exhibition, Paley Library, 25 oil 
paintings. 13 1. Lecture. Appl. 
ti.: Twenty-five oils — three con- 
tinents. © Charlotte White 
Franklin; 23Feb71; C24642. 



FRANKLIN, HAROLD. 
BLACK EXPLORER. 
FIRST TO DIE. 

FRANZEN, JUDY. 
The peanut poker. 
RICHARD. 



See 



See FRAHZEH, 



FRANZEN, RICHARD. 

The peanut poker; a farce In one act 
by Richard & Judy Franzen. 34 1. 
© Richard Franzen & Judy Franzen; 
8Mar71; DU79581. 

FRATTURO, LOUIS M. 

Jack o' lantern. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Louis M. Fratturo; llMar71; 
DU79617 . 

FRAVEL, JOYCE FURMAN. 

A trio of Bible playlets. Downers 
Grove, 111., Contemoorary Drama 
Service. 1 v. Contents: Lord speak 
to me. — The whole armour of Zoi . — 
From pit to power. Appl. author: 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Arthur Meriwether, 
Inc.; 15N0V7O; DP7584. 



■FRAZEE-BOWER, HELEN. 
What can I give him. 
MARION L. 



See MURI, 



FREED, DONALD. 

Inquest; a play based in part on Invi- 
tation to an inquest, by Walter k 
Miriam Schneir, & The judgment of 
Julius & Ethel Rosenberg, by John 
Wexley. New York, Hill Sc Wang. 
143 p. (A Spotlight dramabook) 
Two acts. NM: dramatization & revi- 
sion. © Donald Freed; 30Nov70 (in 
notices: I969, 1970); DP7648. 

FRENCH REPRODUCTION RIGHTS. 
Le maitre et Marguerite. See 
PETROVIC, ALEKSANDER. 

FRENI, PASQUAL N. 

Anthony Burns; an American comedy in 
three acts by Pat Freni; based" on 
the journalistic account, Anthony 
Burns: A history, by Charles Emery 
Stevens. 8l 1. AddI. states prev. 
reg. 15Jan71, 61678. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Pasqual N. Freni: 
30Jun71; DU80646. 
Anthony Burns, by Pat Freni. 56 1. 
A play in 9 scenes. © Pasaual II. 
Freni; 15Jan71; DU79131. 

FREUND, GISELE. 

James Joyce and his friends in Paris; 
lecture. 14 1. © Gisele Freund; 
28Dec70; C24427. 

FREUND, PHILIP. 

Three poetic plays. Flame and cedar; 
Jocasta; The Bacchae. London, 
W. H. Allen. 216 p. NM: transla- 
tion of Euripides with additions & 
excisions. © Philip Freund; lSep70; 
DP7539. 

FRIED, RICHARD. 

Little Julius, & Chris's sex educa- 
tion. 1 v. Two plays. © Richard 
Fried; 6jan71; DU79030. 

FRIEDKIN, GREGORY ENTON. 

The third world S.T.O.N.E. See 
HIPPARD, ROBERT JAMES. 

FRIEDMAN, EDWARD. 

Sexagon; a one act play. 22 1. 

© Edward Friedman; l8Jan71; DU79211. 



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FRIEDMAN, KEN. 
The great snatch. 
WILLIAM G. 



See LEVINSON, 



See SHAKESPEARE, 



FRIEDMAN, LAWRENCE D. 

Romeo and Juliet. See STAMBAUGH, 
DOUGLAS E. 

FRIENDSHIP PRESS, INC. 

The center forward died at dawn. 

CUZZANT, AGUSTIN. 
God Is my fuehrer. See BENNETT, 

GORDON C. 
The second coming of Mrs. C. See 
HALE, ALLEAN LEMMON. 
Time for choice. See BASSAGE. 
HAROLD. 

FRIES, DOROTHY A. 

Put and call. See SEGAL, BERNARD I. 

FRISCH, MAX. 

Now they sing again; an English trans- 
lation by David Harold Lommen; from 
the original German, Nun singen sie 
wieder. 95 p. Two acts. © Janice 
Vivian Lommen; 2oJan71; DU79058. 

FRITZ, JOHN CALVIN. 

Cain and Abel. 4 1. A play. © John 
Calvin Fritz; 24Mar?l; DU79755. 

FRUEHLING, ROYAL T. 

Personal enrichment program audio 
script. See HEINBERG, PAUL. 

FRY, NICHOLAS. 

The trial. See WELLES, ORSON. 

FRYE, DEAN. 

The winter's tale. 

Willi;:.: . 
fuchs, willy. 

Antonia. See KALMA1I, CHARLES. 

FUENTES, CARLOS. 

Le borgne est roi (El tuerto es rey) 
Traduit de l'espagnol par Celine 
Zins. [Paris] Gallimard. 8l p. 
(Theatre du monde entier) Two acts. 
NM: translation. © on translation; 
Editions Gallimard; lSApr71; 
DFO-1827. 

FULLER, MARION L. , JR. 

How to rob a bank — southern style; 
a movie script. by Pete Fuller. 
41 1. © Marion L. Fuller, Jr.; 
17Mar71; DU79682. 

FULLER, PETE. See FULLER, MARION L. , 
JR. 

FUNDERBURK, MARY KATHRYN GONDER. 

Paradise lost, by John Milton; adapta- 
tion & cutting for dramatization in 
the oral interpretative form. 49 1. 
© Mary Kathryn Gonder Funderburk; 
8Jan71; DU79068. 

FURLAUD, MAXIME. 

The pioneers of ecstasy; an apocalyp- 
tic farce about the human potential 
movement. 95 1. Twelve scenes. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 4Sep70, 
DU78601. NM: additions &- revisions. 
© Maxime Furlaud; 10Feb71; DU79364. 

FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA CLUB, 
R. B. WORTHY HIGH SCHOOL, SALTVILLE, 
VA. 

Cheat on your taxes, don't be a fool. 
1 v. With choreography. © 1970 
R. B. Worthy Future Business Leaders 
of America Club; 25May70 ; DU79341 . ' 



^f, £!<;Ud. See GODLEWSKI, GREGORY 
WAX.TER. 



GABOR, JIM. 

Cocktail therapy; by B. J. Gabor. 
107 1. A screenplay. © Cameo 
International Productions, I 
28jun71; DU80537. 
Fork soup; by B. J. Gabor. 106 1. 
A screenplay. © Cameo International 
Productions, Inc.; 28Jun71: 
DU80536. 

GACEK, DANIEL. 

Panacea; a musical. 2 v. A play. 
© Daniel Gacek; l4jun71; DU80490. 

GADE, GEORGE A. 

Death never knocks. See BUFFER, JOE. 

GAGLIANO, FRANK. 

Big Sur; a play in one act. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service. 38 p. 
© Frank Gagliano; 15Jun71; DP7694. 

GAGLIARDI, L. JOHN. 

A physical mechanism linking RNA 
dependent DNA polymerase with run- 
away mitosis; lecture. 9 1. 
© L. John Gagliardi; 22Jan71; 
C24507. 

GALEN, MARCY. 

A woman called Moses; book & lyrics 
by Marcy. Galen, music by Naomi 
Eftis. 82 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Marcy Galen; 
Uun71; DU80380. 

GALESE, JOSEPH, JR. 

Don't you wanna be a hero, Billy 
Jones. See SMITH, NORMAN K. 

GALEWITZ, HERBERT. 

Buddy & Jim; a script for a phono- 
graph record. 1 v. © Herb 
Galewitz; l4Jun71; DU80491. 

GALLAGHER, FRANCIS. 

Richard; a play in two acts. 1 v. 
© Francis Gallagher; 21Jan71; 
DU79217. 

GALLAGHER, MICHAEL. 

Dragons live forever; original screen- 
play. 179 1. © Film Conformers, 
Inc.; 22Feb71; DU79166. 

GALLARDO, YOLANDA. 

La dama del barrio (The lady of the 
neighborhood) 95 1. a play. Eng- 
DU80443® Yolanda Galla rdo; 30Jun71; 

GALLIMARD, EDITIONS. 

Au bal des chiens. See FORLANI, REMO. 
Le borgne est roi. See FUENTES, 

CARLOS. 
Demain la veille. See BOND, EDWARD. 
Eux. See MANET, EDUARDO. 
Le jeune homme. See AUDUREAU, JEAN. 
Un jour dans la mort de Joe Egg. See 

NICHOLS, PETER. 
Les prodiges. See VAUTHIER, JEAN. 
Romeo et Juliette. See SHAKESPEARE, 

WILLIAM. 
Skandalon. See KALISKY, RENE. 
Le souffle au coeur. See MALLE. 

LOUIS. 
Tom Paine. See ROY, CLAUDE. 
GAMBLE, BLAINE. 

Get your mind right; a one act play. 

1 v. © Blaine Gamble; 21Apr71; 

DU8OIO3 . 



GARDNER, BRENDA MAE. 

Filet of sol; a three act play, a 
complete musical. 1 v. O Brenda M. 
Gardner; 22Jun71; DU80532. 

GARDNER, ERIC WINSLOW. 

Ball game. 34 1. A play in 6 scenes. 
© Eric Winslow Gardner; l6Feb71; 

DU79- I • 

GARDNER, LEE S. 

Some political definitions. 10 1. 

. '.ardner; 5Apr71; C24803. 
Words and wars. 11 1. Lecture. 
© Lee S. Gardner; 10Jun71; C25211. 

GARNHAM, NICHOLAS. 

Le petit soldat; a film by Jean-Luc 
Godard, English translation & de- 
scription by Nicholas Garnham. 
New York, Simon & Schuster. 92 n 
(Modern film scripts) O Lorrimer 
Pub., Ltd.; 20Dec67; AF32832. 
Le petit soldat. See GODARD, JEAN-LUC. 

CARVIN, WILLIAM K. 

Masada; a play in 2 acts. 1 v. 

© William Garvin; 26May71; DU8O3O0. 

GARZILLI, ENRICO F. 

Calamities; a musical in two acts by 
Enrico F. Garzllll; lyrics by Ray- 
mond Hanson, John Scoullar & Enrico 
Garzilli; music by Mary of Joy & 
Enrico Garzilli. 2 v. © Enrico F. 
Garzilli; 22Apr71; DU79899- 

GASKIN, AMOS G. 

Lifeline. 1 v. A play in 4 scenes. 
© Amos G. Gaskin; 7Jun71; DU80269. 

GASMAN, IRA. 

Genesis, Part II; a musical comedy of 
errors. 62 1. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 280ct70; DU78912. NM: addi- 
tions. © Ira Gasman; l6Mar71; 
DU79665. 

GATES, NATALIE. See DE GENDRON, 
NATALIE GATES. 

GAUMONT, IRVING. 

The good old days; book by Irving 

Gaumont, music tc lyrics by Lee Pearl, 
additional music & lyrics with Monte 
Gaumont & Irving Gaumont. 1 v. A 
musical play in 2 acts. © Irving 
Gaumont; 4May71; DU79922. 

GAUMONT, MONTE. 

The good old days . 
IRVING. 



See GAUMONT, 



GARCIA, ADA BEJAR. 
Carroussel lnfantll. 



See BJAR,- HADA . 



GARCIA, MANUEL F. 

Carroussel infantil. See BJAR, HADA. 

GARDNER, SANDRA I. 

The miser meets the alchemist. 11 1. 
A play. Includes music for 1 song. 
© Company of the Unicorn; 25Jan71; 
DU79228. 



GAUTHIER, SHARON. 

All in one day. 12 1. a play. In- 
cludes music for 1 song. © Sharon 
Gauthier; 28Apr71; DU79960. 

GAVIGAN, JOHN MEDFORD. 

A. Christian Borzo; a tragedy. 81 1. 
Two acts. © John Medford Gavigan; 
26Mar71; DU79773. 

GAVIN, FREDERICK JOSEPH. 

Dance with the devil, by Fred Gavin. 

13 1. © Frederick Joseph Gavin; 

4jan71; C24390. 
Death also weeps, by Fred Gavin. 4 1. 

© Frederick Joseph Gavin; 4jan71; 

C24389 . 
You may take one giant step, by Fred 

Gavin. 7 1. © Frederick Joseph 

Gavin; 4jan71; C24388. 

GEARING, RICHARD RANSOM. 

Music — information — direction 
travel guide. 4 1. (Recorded 
travel guide, no.105) Script. 
© Richard Ransom Gearing; 14Jan71; 
C24699. 



450-644 O - 72 - 3 



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OEBMAN, FRANCIS X. 

It tolls for thee, by Alii Conn, 
pseud. 160 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Francis X. Gebman; Uun71; 
DU80346. 

GELBER, S. MICHAEL. 

Pur; a play with music. 1 v. 

20 scenes. Book only. © S. Michael 
Gelber; 7Apr71; DU79643. 
The song of Hosea. 79 1- A musical 
play in 6 scenes. Book only. 
© S. Michael Gelber; 10Jun71; 
DU80614. 
The song of Jacob. 95 1. A musical 
play in 34 scenes. Book only. 
© S. Michael Gelber; 10Jun71; 
DU80615 . 
The song of Solomon. 77 1. A musical 
play in 8 scenes. Book only. 
© S. Michael Gelber; 10Jun71; 
DU80616. 

GELD, GARY. 

Purlie; a musical; lyrics by Peter 
Udell, music by Gary Geld, book by 
Davis-Rose-Udell; based on the play, 
Purlie victorious, by Ossie Davis. 
New York, S. French. 73 p. Two 
acts. Book 8c lyrics only. © Ossie 
Davis, Peter Udell & Philip Rose; 
19Apr71; DP7686. 

GEMMELL, JAMES L. 

The American goldfinch revue; book by 
Bill Black & Hank Bemski, pseud, of 
William N. Black; music by James 
Gemmell. 2 v. © Hal Bird Publica- 
tions, inc.; 3Mar71; DP7662. 

GENEE, RICHARD. 

Die Jungfrau von Paris. See 
SCHROEDER, FRIEDRICH. 

GENERAL MOTORS CORP. CHEVROLET MOTOR 
DIVISION. 

For works claimed by Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp. See 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

GENERAL MOTORS CORP. PONTIAC MOTOR 
DIVISION. 
For works claimed by Pontiac Motor 

Division, General Motors Corp. 

See HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

GENNARI, R. JAMES. 

What is the color of Susan? By Rick 
James, pseud. & James Serrett. 
67 1. Screenplay. © James George 
Serrett & Rick James; 12Apr71; 
DU79889 . 

GENTRY, PHILIPPE GEORGES JACQUES. 
Metamorphosis. 2 sheets. A play. 
© Philippe Georges Jacques Gentry; 
7May71; DU80261. 

GEORGE'S, DUPORT A. 

The tales of Microlandia; or, The 
Halloween pumpkin in Microlandia. 
A fantasy with music In three acts; 
music & lyrics composed by George's 
Duport, pseud. 2 v. © Duport A. 
George's; 10Mar71; DU79600. 

GERASSI, JOHN. 

The revolutionary priest; an original 
screenplay based on the life of 
Father Camilo Torres Restrepo. 
128 1. © John Gerassi; 26May71; 
DU80329. 

GERLACH, ROBERT. 

Something's afoot; a musical in two 
acts by Robert Gerlach, David Vos & 
James McDonald. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © James McDonald, Robert 
Gerlach & David Vos; 5May71; DU79962. 

GESNER, CLARK. 

Change. 13 1. © Clark Gesner; 
3Dec70; C24478. 



GESSNER, RICHARD A. 

Rumpelstiltskin; a new musical; book 
& lyrics by Richard Wade, mu3ic by 
Richard Gessner. 1 v. Six scenes. 
NM- adaptation from the story attri- 
buted to the Grimm brothers. 
© Richard H. Wade S: Richard A. 
Gessner; Uun71; DU80169. 
Treasure Island; book & lyrics by 
Richard Wade, music by Richard 
Gessner; a musical based on the 
Robert Louis Stevenson novel. 1 v. 
Seven scenes. NM: adaptation, dra- 
matization, music & lyrics. 
© Richard H. Wade & Richard A. 
Gessner; Uun71; DU80170. 

GHlSLANZONI, ANTONIO. 

Die Macht des Schicksals. See 
VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

GIACOSA, GIUSEPPE. 

La boheme. See PUCCINI, GIAC0M0. 
Madame Butterfly. See PUCCINI, 

GIACOM0 . 
Tosca'. See PUCCINI, GIAC0M0. 

GIAMPAPA, JOSEPH C. 

Grandma and the doughnut machine . 
27 1. A play. © Joseph C. 
Giampapa; 3May71; DU80092. 

GIANNI, VIRGINIA T. 

Riverhead . 79 !• A screenplay. 
© Virginia T. Gianni; HJan71; 
DU790S5. 



GIBBONS. THERESE. 
V. 66 1. A play. 
l6Feb7l; DU79392- 



Therese Gibbons; 



GIBBS, RICHARD EVAN. 

Four A; a play in two acts. 45 1. 
© Richard Evan Gibbs; 20May71; 
DU80256. 

GIBSON, ROBERTA. 

The paper dragon; a romedy in three 
acts. 127 I. Appl. states prev 
reg. 25Sep70, DU78216, NM: revi- 
sions. © Roberta Gibson; 3Feb71; 
DU79312. 

GILBERT, LEONARD. 

Embezzlement by computer. 24 1. 
A speech. © Security World Pub. 
Co.; Inc.; 9Feb71; C24585. 

GILHOUSEN, JUDITH. See MCMANE, JUDITH 
GILHOUSEN. 

GILIO, JAMES. 

The narrows. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© James Gilio; 5Feb71; DU79336. 

GILLES, DONALD BRUCE. 

Mourning glory. , 68 1. A play in 2 
acts. © D. B. Gilles; 12Mar71; 
DU79622. 

GILLESPIE, C. RICHARD. 

The burial; an insane parable. 12 1. 
A play. © C. Richard Gillespie; 
10Jun71; DU80480. 
Carnivori; a play in three acts. 
100 1. © C. Richard Gillespie; 
22Jun71; DU80586. 

GILLESPIE, DAVID M. 

Special groups and the congregation. 
1 v. (New concepts of the minister^ 
role — new forms of community 
life) Lecture. © Institute for 
Religious & Social Studies; 12Apr71; 
C24850 . 

GILLESPIE, JERRY. 

A collection of one act plays. 1 y. 
© Jerry Gillespie; 19Feb71; DU79437- 

GILMER, KATHRYN. 

Enrichment program in learning to tell 
time, by Kathryn N. Gilmer & Keith 
Martin. 3 1. © Kathryn N. Gilmer & 
Keith Martin; 12Apr71; C24737 . 



GINN a CO. 

The complete works of Shakespeare. 

See SHAKESPEARE, WILLI- . 
Fruehlings erwachen. See WEDEKIND, 

FRANK. 
Pensaci, Giacomio. See PIRANDELLO, 
LUIGI 

GINN, JANET, pseud. See WEIHTRAUB, 
JANE. 

GINSBERG, MILTON MOSES. 

The werewolf of Washington. 1 v. 
Screenplay 
Ginsberg; 8jun71; DU80418. 

GINSBURG, BERNARD MATTHEW. 

A girl's best friend; an original 
musical comedy; book & lyrics by 
Bernard Matthew, pseud. Based on 
a book by Bernard Matthew & Ralph 
Berton. 109 1. Two acts. Book 8c 
lyrics only. NM: revision. 
© Bernard Matthew Ginsburg; 21May71; 
DU8028O . 
Uncle's dream; a play in 3 acts by 
Bernard Matthew, pseud.; adapted 
from the story by Fyodcr Dostoi'- 
1 v. Apol. states prev. re.; 
The project. NM: addition & 
revision. © Bernard Matthew Gins- 
burg; 24May71; DU80283. 

GIORDANO, TONY. 

The Halloween years. 10 1. A play. 
© Tony Giordano; HFeb71; DU79375 . 
Playground. 10 1. A play. ©Ton;/ 
Giordano; HFeb71; DU79374. 
Soup. 29 1. A play. © Tony Gior- 
dano; HFeb71; DU79376. 

GLASER, CAROL. 

23:56; a play. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Carol Glaser; 28May71; DU80444. 

GLASER, ESTHER B. 

Johnny Appleseed and the golden one. 
1 v. A musical play. © Esther B. 
Glaser; lApr71; DU79809- 

GLASER, NATHAN T. 

Undercover investigation in business 
and industry. 12 1. A speech. 
© Security World Pub. Co., Inc.; 
9Feb71; C24598. 

GLASNER, ANN K. 

Second best. 110 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Ann K. Glasner; 7Apr71; 
DU79867. 



GLASS, JOANNA M. 

Artichoke; a comedy. 1 v. Three 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
13Apr66, DU65549. NM: additions. 
© Joanna M. Glass; l6Jun71; 
DU80470. 
Santacqua; a drama in three acts. 
1 v. © Joanna M. Glass; 7May71; 
DU80126 . 

GLECKMAN, ERNEST. 

Feed them, clothe them, graduate 

them! A comedy in three acts. 1 v. 
© Ernest Gleckman; l8Feb71; DU79481. 

GLENN, TOBY, pseud. See LINDSEY, 
RANDY G. 

GLOWIENKA, LINUS. 

Narcotics and dangerous drugs train- 
ing. See HUHNKE, GEORGE. 

GLUSTROM, SIMON. 

A rabbi looks at the family. 27 1- 
(Tradition, relevance, change) 
Lecture. © Institute for Religious 
& Social Studies; 12Apr71; C24830. 

GODARD, JEAN-LUC. 

Le petit soldat, a film by Jean-Luc 
C-odard. English translation & 
description of action by Nicholas 
Garnham. New York [appl. states: 



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England] Simo:i & Schuster, 12 p. 
(Modern film scripts) Appl. author: 
Lorrimer rub., ltd., employer for 
hire in translation. © on trans- 
lation & description of action; 
Lorrimer Pub., ltd.; ROPocoY; 
AF32403. (1st American ed. deposited) 
Le petit soldat. See GARNHAM, 

NICHOLAS, tr. 
Pierrot le fou; a film by Jean-Luc 
Godard; English translation & 
description of action by Peter 
Whitehead. New York [appl. states: 
England] Simon & Schuster. 104 p. 
(Modern film scripts) © on trans- 
lation & description of action; 
Lorrimer Pub., Ltd.; 5Dec69; 
AF32702. 

GODFREY, BERTHA. 

Brothers; a musical devised by Gail 
Lakier, pseud, of Gail Valery 
Hodgson; music, Bettina Egnos, 
pseud.; lyrics, Gail Lakier; book, 
George Canes. Suggested by a story 
by Kip Andrews. 2 v. Two acts. 
© Bertha Godfrey, Gail Valery 
Hodgson & George Canes; 28jun71; 
DU80628. 

GODFREY, JASON. 

I've had it with Napoleon; a comedy by 
Jason Godfrey, Joel Wyman «- Donald 
Symington. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Jason Godfrey, Joel Wyman, Donald 
Symington; 25Feb71; DU79498. 

GODLEWSKI, GREGORY WALTER. 

The amber gods, by Ggw, pseud. 6 p. 
A play in 3 parts. © Gregory 
Walter Godlewski; 25Mar71; DU79760. 

GOEHR, ALEXANDER. 

Simplex simplicius; ein fast histo- 
risch teutscher Bilderbogen by 
Wolfgang Georg Fischer; musik von 
Alexander Goehr. Wien, Universal 
Edition. 105 p. Book & lyrics only. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; 30Dec70; 
DF0-1797. 

GOFF, DELWYN L. See CRYPT, JAMES 
DELWYN, pseud. 

GOLD, BARRY E. 

Season of the hunter, by Benson E. 
Gold & Joel D. Myerberg. 69 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Barry Gold & 
Toel David Myerberg; 13Jan71; 
DU79102. 

GOLD, LLOYD. 

Rimbaud; a play. 57 1. Two acts. 
© Lloyd Gold; 26Apr71; DU80021. 

GOLDBERG, CARL. 

The million dollar bash. Ill 1. 
Screenplay. © Carl Goldberg; 
lApr71; DU79808. 

GOLDBERG, DAVID. 

Under the willow, under the willows, 
once more. See BALIBRERA, MARIO S. 

GOLDBERG, RANDOLPH. 

Tilt. See FATOW, STEVEN. 

GOLDMAN, ANDREW. 

Trapshod. 76 1. A play in 2 acts 
© Andrew Goldman; igPebn; Du^944 5 . 

GOLDMAN, KALMAN. 

Nosey Peeper; a musical fairy tale, 
book & lyrics by Kalman Goldman. 
1 v. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Carl Don; 12Apr71; DU79676. 

GOLDONI, CARLO. 

The ingenious chambermaid i'La canu-ri- 
era brillante) A comedy in three 
acts translated by Fausta Segre. 
73 1. © Fausta Segre; 19Apr?l; 
DU80130. 



The liar; a comedy in three acts; a 
new translation by Tunc Yalmun. ] v 
NM: translation. © Tunc Yalman; 
l6Apr71; DU79940. 

GOLDSMITH, MICHAEL H. 

Now; an original musical comedy by 
Michael Goldsmith, Larry Toppall & 
Don Muller. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Michael H. Goldsmith, Lawrence S. 
Toppall & Donald R. Muller; 20Nov70; 
DU79146. 

G0LUB, MORRIS. 

Deux amis. See HAMMOND, JOAN. 

GONZALEZ, GLORIA. 

Celebrate me. See SCHAPPERT, EDNA. 
Moving on. 51 1. A play in 3 parts. 
© Gloria Gonzalez; 8Apr71; DU79874. 

G00DL0W, WYESTHER L. 

It pays to be obedient. 
Sermon. © Wyesther L. 
3May71; C24968. 



GORILLA PRODUCTIONS. 

The escapists. See LUDWIG, MYLES 
ERIC. 



CORKY, MAXIM. 

The lower depths. 

MICHAEL A. 



See DEL MEDICO, 



2 sheets. 
Goodlow; 



GOODMAN, BOB. See GOODMAN, ROBERT E. 

GOODMAN, DOLORES. 

Mourning in a funny hat; a play by 
Dody Goodman. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Dolores Goodman; 23Api71; 
DU80009 • 

GOODMAN, ROBERT C. 

Doing science discovery series. See 
BODLEY, ROGER W. 

GOODMAN, ROBERT E. 

The moment is now; a musical adventure; 
book by Bob Goodman & Bob Brotherton; 
music & lyrics by Bob Goodman. 1 v. 
Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Bob Goodman & Bob Brotherton; 
28Aug70; DP7626. 

GOODMAN, SIMON ROBERT. 

The world almanac. 59 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
authors: Simon Robert Goodman, 
Penelope Andros & Steven Shelley. 
© Robert Goodman, Penelope Andros & 
Steve Shelley; 28jun71; DU80439- 

GOODRICH (B. F.) CO. 

The eternal triangle of success. See 
HANDY (JAM) PRODUCTIONS. 

GOODSMITH, CARL. 

Thefts of cash from cash registers. 
7 1. A discussion. © Security 
World Pub. Co., Inc.; 9Feb71; 
C24597 . 

G00DS0N, JAMES DOUGLAS. 

The affairs of Starbara; a melodrama 
in several scenes. 35 1. Nine 
scenes. © James Douglas Good son; 
23Jun71; DU80597. 



GOOLER, DENNIS D. 

Script for the word box. See 
JACOBSON, ROBERT. 

GORDON, HIRAM. 

The perfume! garden of sexual delights; 
original screenplay. 1 v. 
© Hiram Gordon; 26Mar71; DU79777. 

GORDON, ROBERT. 

Young Caesar; a libretto. 31 1. 
Fourteen scenes. Book only. 
© Robert Gordon; 19Apr71; DU79968. 

GORDON, STEVE. 

Tough to get help. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Steve Gordon; 21Mav71: 
DU80276. 

GORDY, RALPH. 

Spaceship Earth. 10 1. Screenplay. 
© Ralph Gordy; 20May71; DU8044O. 



GORLICK, HERTHA STRIKER. 

Choice; or, Visits to the living room. 
102 1. A play in 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 60ct70, DU78269. 
MM: revisions. © Hertha Striker 
Gorlick; 23Jun71; DU80596. 

GORMAN, PAUL. 

Out of the stadium. See AXELRAD, 
JORDAN. 

GOTTFRIED, MARTIN. 

Kaplan of the FBI; a play. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Martin Gottfried; 7Jan71; 

DU79045 . 



GOTTLIEB, NATHAN T 
Theodis. 108 1. 
© Nathan T 
DU79582. 



Screenplay. 
Gottlieb; 8Mar71; 



GOTTLIEB, NATHAN THOMAS. 

Victim; an original screenplay. 1 v. 
© Nathan Thomas Gottlieb; 14May71; 
DU80211. 

GOTWALT, HELEN LOUISE MILLER. 

First plays for children; a collection 
of little plays for the youngest 
players. By Helen Louise Miller. 
Boston, Plays, Inc. 295 p. 
NM: new foreword & editorial changes 
on p.viii, 10-11, 13 & 28l. © Helen 
Louise Miller; 5May71; A236693. 

GOULD, FRANK R. 

Sometime out of sight; a new play. 
1 v. Four scenes. © Frank R. Gould; 
30Jun71; DU80648. 

GOULD, HEYWOOD. 

Frank Merriwell. See REDWINE. 
WILBUR. 

GOUNOD, CHARLES. 

, La Reine de Saba (The Queen of Sheba) 
Grand opera in four acts; libretto 
by Jules Barbier & Michel Carre, 
music by Charles Gounod, English 
translation by Robert W. Jones. 
26 p. English & French. Libretto. 
NM: translation of libretto & arti- 
cles. © on English translation; 
Robert W. Jones; 22Jun71; DP7715 . 

GOVETT, HAROLD A. 

Ode to a bindle stiff. 5 1. © Harold 
A. Govett; HMar71; C24636. 

GOVETT, HAROLD AVALON. 

An aerothing: a four act play. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Harold 
Avalon Govett; 19Mar71; DU79696. 

GOYKE, HENRY A. 

[Commentary on the Ten Commandments, 
the natural law of reason] 13 1. 
Appl. states adaptation of chap. 8 
was taken from the book, God, Christ 
and the Church. NM: additions. 
© Henry A. Goyke; 10Mar71; C24617. 

GRABILL, PAUL BRADLEY. 

Remnants; a play in one act. 21 1. 
© Paul Bradley Grabill; 23Jun71; 
DU8O589 . 

GRACZYK, ED. 

Appleseed; a play of peace. Anchorage, 
Ky., Anchorage Press. 54 p. 
©Anchorage Press, Inc.; 21Jun71; 
DP7716. 

GRAEME, DAVID R. 

The hilarious loves of Morris Cohen? 
A comedy. 95 1. Three acts. 
© David R. Graeme; l6Jun71; 



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GURSKE, LOIS. 
Once upon a 



silent night; a narration 



26 



GRAHAM, DONALD EDWARD. 

Signal 13; a screenplay. 93 1. 
© Donald Edward Graham; 27Ap'r71; 
DU80036. 

GRAHAM, HERMAN, JR. 

A Christian, you're a phony. 41 1. 
A play In 2 acts. © Herman Graham, 
Jr.; HMay71; DU80148. 

GRAHAM, LUCY BRENT. 

Oriental carpets -- a bridge to under- 
standing. 9 1. Lecture. © Lucy 
Brent Graham; 23Apr71; C24922. 

GRANDMAISON, MAURICE WILFRED. 

Belinsky; screenplay. 6th rev. 1 v. 
© Maurice W. Grandmaison; l6Feb71; 
DU79395. 

GRANGER, PERCIVAL HARKNESS, III. 

The man-killer, a play in one act by 
Percy Harkness. 70 1. © Perclval 
Harkness Granger III; 2Apr71; 
DU79702. 
The man-stopper; a play in one act by 
Percy Harkness, pseud. 26 1. 
© Percival Harkness Granger III; 
2Apr71; DU79700. 
Poses, a play in one act by Percy 
Harkness, pseud. 31 1- © Percival 
Harkness Granger III; 2Apr71; 
DU79701. 

GRANOZIO, GERALD J. 

With interest; a comedy in two acts. 
72 1. © Gerald J. Granozio; 
22Feb71; DU79467. 

GRANT, JAMES VANCE. 

The three beggars. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © James Vance 
Grant; 9Jun71; DU80422. 

GRAPHIC ARTS TYPOGRAPHERS, INC. 
The first & second parts of King 
Henry IV. See SHAKESPEARE, 
WILLIAM. 

GRAY, BILL. 

In a period of growth; a historic-edu- 
cational presentation written & con- 
ceived by Bill Gray & Milton 
Stewart. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Milton C. Stewart & Bill Gray; 
l8May71; DU80451. 

GRAY, J. D. 

Concern for people. 37 1. (Minister's 
tape plan) Lecture. © Broadman 
Films; l8jul71; C25242. 

GRAY, WILLIAM LEE, JR. 

The spy who mashed M.U.S.H. ; or, Hey 
you, you the spy, clean up that 
mess.' The wildest ... tape recorder 
home entertainment; original comedy 
play. 1 v. (Sho-Biz production 
scripts) Six scenes. Ten scripts & 
character cards in box. Appl. au- 
thors: William Lee Gray, Jr. & Anne 
Gardiner Tesch. © Moody, Ltd.; 
l6Dec70; DP7540. 

GREATER PACIFIC FILMS, INC. 

De profundis. See ERSKINE, CHESTER. 

GREAVES j DONALD. 

666. 1 v. Screenplay. © Donald 
Greaves; 5May71; DU80168. 

GRECCO, STEPHEN RICHARD. 

Manhattan impulse. 112 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Stephen Richard Grecco; 
8Feb71; DU79347- 
GRECO, PHILIP. 

Love; a mini-rock-opera by Phil, 

pseud. 1 v. © Phil Greco; l8Feb71; 
DU79563. 

GREEN, RUSSELL B. 

Sana; an original screenplay. 74 1. 

© Russell B. Green; 12Jan71; DP7601. 
Strokes. See CRAWFORD , WAYNE D. 



and/or dramatization with music by 
Gurske & Louise Summers, 



GREFE, WII 
Swampy . 

Why won 1 
Grefe c 
A screi 
2Feb71 



Middleton, Wise, Modem Productions. 
25 p. Two acts. Appl. author: 
Modern Productions, Inc., employer 
for hire NM: new book & l new song. 
©Modern Productions, Inc.; lSep70; 



GREGORY, CHARLES W. 

The troublemaker; a new play. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Charles W. Gregory; 
l8May71; DU80448. 



GRIEVE-SMITH, SUZANNE. 

Get out of my castle. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. ©Suzanne Grieve-Smith; 
19Feb71; DU79442. 

GRIFFIN, ROGER C, III. 

Lightsout. 1 v. A musical play in 
3 acts. © Roger C. Griffin III; 
17Jun71; DU80549. 

GRIMALDI, PETER. 

Light in August; a brief review. 
4 1. © Peter Grimaldi; 5Mar71; 
024 691. 

GRIMM, JAKOB LUDWIG KARL. 

Hansel and Gretel. See CLARK, ISAAC 
EDGAR. 
Rumpelstiltskin. See GESSNER, 
RICHARD A. 



© Jordan L. 
DU 80601 . 



GRIMM, WILHELM KARL. 
Hansel and Gretel. 
EDGAR. 

Rumpelstiltskin. 
RICHARD A. 



See CLARK, ISAAC 
See GESSNER, 



GRODIN, LEONARD. 

Let's go; an original screenplay. 
55 1. Includes lyrics to 1 song. 
© Leonard Grodin; 4Jun71; DU80373 . 



GROMELSKI, BRAD. 
Seven at a swat. 
ARNOLD. 



See GAMSON, 



GROOM, BILL. 

The state of bewilderment vs. the 

mind of John Public; a one act play. 
32 1. © Bill Groom; 17Mar71; 
DU79680. 

GROSSMAN PUBLISHERS, INC. 

Miracle in Milan. See DE SICA, 
VITTORIO . 

GROSSMAN, SUZANNE. 

There's one in every marriage (Le din- 
don) By Georges Feydeau; translated 
&■ adapted by Suzanne Grossmann & 
Paxton Whitehead. May 1970 draft. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. pub. 1949, AF12031. 
© Suzanne Grossmann S- Paxton 
Whitehead; 25Jan71; DU79229- 

GROSSMAN, WILLIAM R. 

Pornography in Poland; a broad 
comedy; screenplay by William R. 
Grossman & Wayne A. Schotten. 
60 1. © Renaissance Group; 
19May71; DU80250. 

GROTH, MELVIN. 

Show, show, come to the show; or, The 
one and only tribal dance of Dennis 
McGraw. A new play by Mel Groth in 
two acts & a prologue. 180 1. Book 
& lyrics only. © Melvin Groth; 
13Apr71; DU79709. ' 

GROVE PRESS, INC. 

Friends. See ABE, KOBO. 

GROVES, ESTHER. 

Way out of here; a drama. 20 p. 

Eight scenes. With music. © Esther 
Groves; l8Feb71; DF7630. 



tlons 4 revisions. 
Hnrnstein: 24jun71; 
kGRUBERG, MARK. 

The travels of Appollonlus of Tyana; 
a screenplay. 45 1. © Mark 
Gruberg; 15Apr71; DU79931. 

GUARINO, PIERO. 
II coccodrlllo. 



GUBBIHS, ROB. 
Moll Flanders. 



See BUCCHI, VALENTINO. 



See HOLDEH, PAUL. 



GUBERMAN, REUBEN. 

All those other dirty people. Downers 
Grove, 111., Contemporary Drama 
Service. 17 p. Appl. author: 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Arthur Meriwether, Inc. 
Inc.; 15Nov70; DP7554. 
C.D.S. skit kit 1. Downers Grove, 
111., Contemporary Drama Service. 
1 v. Four plays. Appl. author: 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc., employer 
for hire of Reuben Guberman & Veroor, 
Schmid. © Arthur Meriwether, I: . 
15Nov70; DP7548. 

GUBITOSI, EMILIA. 

Rosaura. See SCARLATTI, ALESSANDRO. 

GUERNSEY, OTIS L., JR. See 
THE BEST PLAYS OF 1969-1970. 

GUFFEY, GEORGE ROBERT. 

The works of John Dryden. See 
DRYDEN, JOHN. 

GUGAS, CHRIS, SR. 

Preventive security measures. 11 1. 
A speech. © Security World Pub. 
Co., Inc.; 9Feb71; C245&7. 

GUILBERT, DAVID R. 

Truth, justice and the American way; 
an original screenplay. 15 1. 
© David R. Guilbert; 20Apr71; 
DU79979. 

GUPTA, LETTY. 

Middle East peace plan with Gupta 
boundaries. 6 1. © Letty Gupta; 
30Apr71; C25007. 

GURSKE, LOIS. 

Peaceful valley; an operetta in three 
acts by Lois Gurske &■ Louise 
Summers. 55 p. Appl. author: 
Modern Productions, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Modern Productions, 
Inc.; lSep70; DP7559. 




fcig>£X/<: 



GUYON, RICHARD? 

Performance reviews that build com- 
mitment; a training course consist- 
ing of six programs on video tapes 
developed & written by Richard 
Guyon & William Jones. 1 v. 
© Educational Television Assn. of 
Metropolitan Cleveland; 19Apr71 ; 
C25021. 

GYORGY RANKI. See RANKE, GYORGY. 

H 

HACKER, ANDREW. 

Today's students vs. yesterday's 
professors. 14 1. Lecture. 
© Andrew Hacker; 9Jul71; C 25337 • 

HACKETT, HARLEY.E. 

Little bit; a blues musical. 1 v. 
Two acts. Book 8c lyrics only. 
©■ Harley E. Hackett; HFeb71; 
DU79209. 



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HAIGHT, RICHARD L. 

Liberation. See RUNYAN, 
ARTHUR C, II. 

HAILEY, OLIVER. 

Father's Day; a new play. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service. 64 p. Two 
acts. © Oliver Hailey; 15Jun71; 
DP7695 . 

HAIMSOHN, GEORGE. 

Zing! Book & lyrics by George 

Haimsohn. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© George Haimsohn; 6May71; DU80117. 

HAKIM, S. 

Plastics are fluid again; by I. S. 

Roverso, pseud. New York, Poet 

Gallery Press. 49 p. © Poet 

Gallery Press; 15Apr71; DP7710. 

The secretary; a play by S . Y. Baibi, 

Sseud. New York, Poet Gallery Press. 
p. Four acts. © Poet Gallery 
Press; 15Apr71; DP7711. 

HALABAN, EYTAN. 

A coat of many colors; a play in 
2 acts. 1 v. © Evtan Halaban; 
HJan71; DU79088. 

HALD, MARY. 

The sound of Eck; musical in three 
acts; poem, Follow the Sugmad 
contributed by Ernestine White & 
Ellen Murphy. 29 1. © Mary Ha Id; 
l6Jun71; DU80541. 

HALE, ALLEAN LEMMON. 

The second coming of Mrs. C; a one 
act play. New York, Friendship 
Press. 32 p. © Friendship Press, 
Inc.; 19Nov70; DP7534. 

HA LEVY. 

Quaint Company, Ltd. See CLEMENT, 
VICTOR. 

HALLOCK, E. F. 

The prayer life of Jesus. 15 1. 
(Ministers tape play, 447-121) 
Tape script. © Broadman Films; 
Uun71; C25194. 

HALTINER, FRED. 

Der fliegende Koffer; ein schauerlich 
wahres Marchen. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © Fred Haltiner; 4Feb~l; 
DU79114. 

HAMBURGER, MICHAEL. 

Journeys. See EICH, GUENTER. 

HAMILTON, JAY. 

Family entertainment; a misnomer in 
two scenes. 1 v. © Jay Hamilton; 
21Apr71; DU79993- 

HAMILTON, JOHN H. 

ODen season. 136 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© John H. Hamilton; 5Apr71; DU79850. 

HAMMOND, JOAN. 

Deux amis; by Joan Kerckhoff, pseud. 
4 Felix Munso, pseud, of Morris 
Golub. 51 1. A play. © Joan 
Kerckhoff & Felix Munso; I4jun71; 
DU80507. 

HAMPTON, AUBREY. 

A gift from Prometheus. 
MAURICE. 



See SIEGEL, 



HAMPTON, MYRTLE. 

The dance of Tempestu. 53 1. A 
screenplay. © Maytel Amtonne a.k.a 
Myrtle Hampton a.k.a. Trudi Benay; 
2Jun71; DU80463. 

HANBY, HARRY. 

Mules, men and mayhem. See MYERS, 
RAY. 

HANDLEY, REGINA S. 

The magic of love. 69 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book only. 
© Regina S. Handley; 22Apr71; 
DU80063 . 



HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

The art of handling people. 10 1. 
Recording script. © Pontiac Mot 01 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
8Feb71; C24681. 
Cars — a cut above! 11 1. Recording 
script. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; 
C24677. 
Catalina Brougham and Bonneville, the 
new market-makers. 9 1. Recording 
script. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; l8Feb71; 
C24720. 
Catalina, the value leader rides 
again: 18 1. Recording scrlDt. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; l8Feb71; C24 , 
The first three minutes. 11 1. 

Recording script. © Pontiac Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
8Feb71; C24684. 
Grand Ville and Grand Prix, two grand 
ways to luxury. 15 1. Recording 
script. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; l&Feb71; 
C24718. 
LeMans and Firebird, the economical 
way up to sportiness. 14 1. Record- 
ing script. © Pontiac Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corn.; l8Feb71; 
C24717. 
National Record Club convention. 

14 1. Recording script. © Chevro- 
let Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 8Feb71; C24685. 
Positive mental attitude. 8 1. 

Recording script. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.: 
8Feb71; C24688. 
Product and program power for '71. 

18 1. Recording script. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
Uun71; C25331. 
Pure Pontiac s. 14 1. Recording 
script. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; 
C24679. 
Salesman's kickoff meeting. 11 1. 
Recording script. Appl. ti.: Chev- 
rolet's challenge of champions grand 
tour holiday! © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
8Feb71; C24674. 
Sing-a-song of cleanliness. 6 v. Six 
filmstrip scripts. Contents: 
CSW-2012-1— CSW-2012-6: Someday I'll 
grow up. — Soap and water are my 
friends. — Two clean hands. — After 
everything I doodle, doodle, doodle 
do. — Two times a day. — Rub-a-dub-a- 
dub. © Jam Handy Organization; 
26Mar71; C24795. 
True luxury — pure Pontiacs! 13 1- 
Recording script. © Pontiac Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
8Feb71; C24678. 
The velvet touch. 13 1. Recording 
script. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71: 
C24689. 
What makes a truck a truck? 15 1. 
Recording script. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
8Feb71; C24675. 
Who is this guy? 10 1. Recording 
script. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; 
C24682. 
You can win more! 4 1. Recording 
script. © Pontiac Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 8Feb71; C24680. 

HANDY (JAM) PRODUCTIONS. 

Charge it, please. 12 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Productions, div. of T-T-P Corp. 
© S. S. Kresge Co.; 8Feb71; C24683. 
The eternal triangle of success. 

52 1. Recording script. Appl. au- 
thor: Jam Handy Productions, div. of 
T-T-P Corp. © B. F. Goodrich Co.; 
12Mar71; C25043. 



Fundamentals of mechanical clothes 
drying systems. 7 1. Recording 
script. Appl. author: Jam Handy 
Productions, div. of T-T-P Corp. 
© Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 8Feb71; 
C24686. 
Medium duty Unlstrut cable tray sys- 
tems. 11 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Jam Handy Productions, 
div. of T-T-P Corp. © Unlstrut 
Corp.; 8Feb71; C24687. 
A new concept in sign support systems. 
12 1. Recording script. Appl. au- 
thor: Jam Handy Productions, div. of 
T-T-P Corp. © Telespar Division, 
Unlstrut Corp.; 8Feb71; C24676. 
The office cashier; The cash office 
records clerk. Segment 1-2. 1 v. 
Recording scripts. Appl. author: 
Jam Handy Productions, div. of 
TTP Corp. © S. S. Kresge Co.; 
13May71; C25000. 

HANEY, BOB. 

Batman: From Catwoman, Kith love. 

16 1. Appl. author: National Period- 
ical Publications, Inc., employer for 
hire. © National Periodical Publica- 
tions, Inc.; 17Jun68; DP7589. 
Batman: Opera buffa, Joker style! 
11 1. Appl. author: National Peri- 
odical Publications, Inc., emDloyer 
for hire. © National Periodical 
Publications, Inc.; 10May68; DP7603. 

HANIDIS, JULIE CHARLES. 

Meet the missus; two act comedy by 
Julie Charles. 1 v. © Julie Charles 
Hanidis; 5Mar71; DU79572. 

HANKIN, ROBERTA. 

Sundays. See CHACE, JOSEPH M. 

HANSBERRY, LORRAINE. 

The drinking gourd; an original drama 
for television. (In The Drinking 
gourd. Menlo Park, Calif., Addison- 
Wesley Pub. Co. p. 103-179- (The 
Voices of man literature series)) 
© Robert Nemiroff, executor of the 
Estate of Lorraine Hansberry; 
17Feb69; DP7614. 

HANSBERRY, LORRAINE, ESTATE OF. 

The drinking gourd. See HANSBERRY, 
LORRAINE. 



See STOBBE, 



HANSEN, RUTH LYNNE. 

Turn back to yesterday. 

RICHARD E. 



HANSON, RAYMOND, JR. 

Calamities. See GARZILLI, ENRICO F. 



See SHAKESPEARE, 



HARBAGE, ALFRED. 
Julius Caesar. 

WILLIAM. 

A midsummer night's dream. See 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

HARCOURT, BRACE & WORLD, INC. 

Classics of the Renaissance theater. 
See HUSTON, J. DENNIS. 

HARCOURT BRACE JOVANOVICH, INC. 

The play as theater. See AUSTELL, 
JAN. 

HARDESTY, FRANK, pseud. See ZAPEL, 
OWEN A. 

HARDMAN, ST. JOHN. 

Sally in society; a play with inci- 
dental music in three acts. 46 1. 
Book only. © St. John Hardman; 
10May71; DU80138. 

HARDY, ROBIN A. 

A cop and a robber, by Strand Arbor, 
pseud. 1 v. A play. © Robin A. 
Hardy; 20May71; DU80255. 

HARKINS, PHILIP. 

Blackburn's headhunters. See FLINT. 
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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



HARKNESS, PERCY, pseud. See GRANGER, 
PERCIVAL HARKNESS, III. 

HARMS, JOHN. 

The higher learning: a topical satire 
In three acts. 74 1. With apolo- 
gies to the book College ruined our 
daughter, by Wesley Shrader. © John 
Harms; 4Feb71; DU79325. 
Plays; and a preface. Phoenix, Acorn 
Press. 420 p. Contents: Formula 
for fortune. --Victory gardens-Con- 
dition red. — The watchman's story; 
or, Tell-tale dreams. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 30Aug66, DU66691. NM: 
preface & revisions. © John Harms; 
Uun70; DP7560. 

HARMS, L. S. 

Hawaii communication test. See 
BYERS, BURTON. 

HARNLEY, LESLIE. 

Goldilocks and the bear trio; a new 
musical for children by Leslie 
Harnley & Peggy Simon Traktman. 
2 v. A play in 2 acts. © Peggy 
Simon Traktman & Leslie Harnley; 
21Jun71; DU80578. 

HARPER, ANNETTE. 

Confessions of a Carpathian 

chanteuse. See OLIVER, DONALD. 

HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

Diana; a play. 1 v. Three acts. 
Includes music for 1 song. © Nolan 
Harrigan, Jr.; 27May71; DU80316. 
The harrowing of hell; a play. 18 1. 
With music. © Nolan Harrigan, Jr.; 
14Jan71; DU79136. 
The Magi; a sketch. 7 1. With music. 
© Nolan Harrigan, Jr.; 4Jan71; 
DU78994. 
Modjeska; a sketch. 1 v. © Nolan 
Harrigan, Jr.; 29Jan71; DU79295. 
The St. Peter the apostle play. 

1 v. Two parts. © Nolan Harrigan, 
Jr.; 17May71; DU80217 . 
Scarsdale; a play. 41 1. One scene. 
© Nolan Harrigan, Jr.; 6jan71; 
DU79034 . 
Senor Martinez-Jones; a play. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Nolan Harrigan, Jr.; 
30Jun71; DU80642. 

HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 

Aladdin and the wonderful lamp; 
dramatized by Edith Russell from 
Arabian Nights. 57 1. A play in 
7 scenes. © Herschel R. Harrington; 
8Peb71; DU79199. 
Ali Baba and the forty thieves; a tale 
from The Arabian Nights dramatized 
by Edith Russell. 50 1. A play 
in 7 scenes. © Herschel R. Harring- 
ton; 8Feb71; DU79198. 
Alice in wonderland (Through the 

looking glass) Dramatized by Edith 
Russell from the stories by Lewis 
Carroll. 51 1. A play in 7 scenes. 
© Herschel R. Harrington; 8Feb70; 
DU79203. 
Little women; dramatized by Edith 
Russell from the famous story by 
Louisa May Alcott. 44 1. A play 
in 8 scenes. © Herschel R. Harring- 
ton; 8Feb71; DU79207 . 
The Pied Piper of Hamelin; dramatized 
by Edith Russell from the poem by 
Robert Browning. 47 1. A play. 
© Herschel R. Harrington; 8Feb71; 
DU79206. 
Pinocchio; from the story by Carlo 
Collodi, pseud. 52 1. A play in 
7 scenes. © Herschel R. Harring- 
ton; 8Feb71; DU79208. 

The prince and the pauper; dramatized 
by Edith Russell from the story by 
Mark Twain, pseud. 58 1. A play In 
12 scenes. © Herschel R. Harring- 
ton; 8Feb71; DU792OO. 



Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm; dramatized 
by Edith Russell from the famous 
story by Kate Douglas Wlggln. 43 1. 
A play in 7 scenes. © Herschel R. 
Harrington; 8Feb71; DU79202. 

Rip Van Winkle; Iramatized by Edith 
Rus[s)ell from the American classic 
by Washington Irving. 5? 1 . A 
play in 5 scenes. © Herschel R. 
Harrington; 8Feb71; DU79201. 

Snow White and the seven dwarfs; drama- 
tized by Edith Russell from the Walt 
Disney film of the same name. 47 1. 
A play in 7 scenes. © Herschel R. 
Harrington; 8Feb71; DU79204. 

The wizard of Oz . 15 1. A play in 
6 scenes. NM: original dramatiza- 
tion based on the story by Frank 
Baum. © Herschel R. Harrington; 
8Feb71; DU79205. 

HARRINGTON, HERSCHEL R. 

For works claimed by Herschel R. 
Harrington See HARRINGTON, 

EDITH RUSSELL. 

HARRIS, AURAND. 

Ming Lee and the magic tree; a one act 
play for children. 20 1 . © Aurand 
Harris; 6May71; DU8OH5 . 

HARRIS, RENNICK W. 

Private Weller. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Rennick W. Harris; 
25Feb71; DU79499. 

HARRIS, ROBERT TAYLOR. 

The chairman of the Board of Trustees; 
or, The mercy killing. An academic 
travesty in three acts. 1 v. 
© Robert T. Harris; 22Feb71; 
DU79468. 

HARRIS, STEVEN WAYNE. 

Cloud game. 1 v. A play in 1 act. 
© Steven Wayne Harris; 28Mav71: 
DU80336. 

HARRISON, EUGENE STUART. 

Higher than the angels; a comedy. by 
Ed Harrison. 103 1. A screenplay. 
© Ed Harrison; 17May71; DU80270. 

HARRISON, REB B. , pseud. See ILLMAN, 
HARRY R. ' 

HARRISON, ROBERT L. 

Climax and pitch: Heidelberg College 
jazz ensemble preventive drug 
education show, by Robert L. 
Harrison & Bonnie Shakley. 
2 sheets. Monologue. © Robert L. 
Harrison & Bonnie Shakley; Uun71; 
C25198. 



HARSH, FRANK EUGENE. 

Bisclavret; a medieval rock chamber 
opera; music by Frank Eugene Harsh, 
Words by Joel Lafayette Fletcher. 
2 v- © Joel Lafayette Fletcher & 
Frank Eugene Harsh; l6Jun71; 
DU805IO. 

HART- CONWAY CO., INC. 

Trickle the raindrop; anti-vandalism 
film. 7 1. Script. Includes 
music for 1 song. © Hart-Conway 
Co., Inc.; 12Mar71; DU79621. 

HART, JAMES. 

The play and the reader. See 
JOHNSON, STANLEY. 

HART, JOSEPH. 

The ghost dance; a play in 2 acts. 
61 1. © Joseph Hart; 25Mar71: 
DU79767. 

HARTA, VINCENT, pseud. See HARTY, 
VINCENT. 

HARTLEB, HANS. 

Madame Butterfly. See PUCCINI, 
GIACOMO. 



HARTNETT, JOHN. 

And on Sunday. 142 1. Screenplay. 
© John Hartnett; l4Apr71; DU79913. 

HARTY, VTIiCEHT. 

A day in the life of a genius (The 
Renaissance man) A screenplay by 
Vincent Harta, pseud. 101 1. 
© Vincent Harta; 22Feb71; DU79A57. 
Journey (Elegy In the keys C -- o'D) 
By Vincent Harta, pseud. 39 1. 
Screen play. Vincent Harta; 
19Jan71; DU79185. 
Money Is the root of all; a screenplay 
by Vincent Harta, pseud. Dec. 1970. 
98 1. Appl. ti.: Money is the root 
of all $$$$. © Vincent Ha; 
19Jan71; DU79186. 
Those days gone by; a musical drama by 
Vincent Harta, pseud.; based on an 
original television script of the 
same title. 91 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 21Feb66, DU65076. NM: 
dramatization, revision 8- additions. 
© Vincent Harta; 28Apr71; DU79897. 

HARVEY, LEWIS ANTHONY. 

Empty ritual. 62 1. A play. © Lewis 
Anthony Harvey; 15Mar71; DU79626. 

HARVEY, RUSSELL M. 

Come out, Grass Lake! (We know where 
you're hiding) An original musical 
comedy; book, words & music by 
Russell M. Harvey. © Russell M. 
Harvey; l8May71; DU80066. 

HASART 1 F'lLMS, LTD. 

Pork. See WARHOL, ANDY. 

HASELTINE, VIRGINIA SHIRLEY. 

That London hussy. 88 1. A play in 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
21Feb53, 65364. NM: revision. 
© Virginia Shirley Haseltine; 
17Jun71; DU80547 . 

HASTINGS, ROBERT. 

The use of illustrations in preaching, 
teaching and writing. 30 1. 
(Ministers tape plan, 447-105) 
Tape script. © Broadman Films; 
Uun71; C25192. 

HATCH, ELAINE F. . 

Madame President in, Blackmail at the 
White House; a drama in three acts. 
1 v. © Elaine F. Hatch; 30Jun71; 
DU80645 . 

HATCH, GEORGE, JR. 

Bits and pieces; sketches. 62 1. 

Five sketches. © George Hatch, Jr.& 
Jurgen P. Reiske; 2Jun71; DU80362. 

HATHEWAY, DORIS F. 

The wedding. 53 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Doris F. Hatheway; 22Feb71; 
DU79'*58. 

HAUBENSTOCK-RAMATI, ROMAN. 

Amerika; eine Oper in zwei Teilen. 
Nach dem gleichnamigen Roman von 
Franz Kafka & der Buehnenbearbeitung 
von Max Brod; libretto von Roman 
Haubenstock-Ramati. Rev. [Austria] 
Universal Edition. 1 v. Partitur. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Sep64. 
©Universal Edition, A.G.; 17Jul70- 
DFO-1798. 
Divertimento; fur zwei Schauspieler, 
einen Tanzer und/oder Mimen und 
zwei Schlagzeuger (auf der Buhnel 
[Austria] Universal Edition. 8 p. 
Textcollage. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 24jun70; DFO-1796. 

HAUCH, DUANE E. 

Genghis Khan. See VU KHAC KHOAN. 
The legend of the wait. See NGUYEN 
Y MO. 

HAUDENSCHILD, WILLIAM H. , JR. 

To build a church; a three act musical 
sermon with a prologue & epilogue. 



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Book, music & lyrics by William H. 
Haudenschild, Jr. 1 v. © William 
H. Haudenschild, Jr.; l4janV 1 ; 
DU791 

HAUER, MARY. 

Two men; rock opera, original stage 
play & lyrics: Mary Hauer; music 
composed & adapted for rock opera: 
Evelyn Durso. 1 v. © Durso Co.; 
JFettfl; DU79111. 

HAUGHEY, JOHN C, S.J. 

New forms of community life. 1 v. 
(New concepts of the minister's 
role -- new forms of community lifel 
Lecture. © Institute for Religious 
& Social Studies; 12Apr71; C24838. 

HAUGHT, JAMES A. 

Madman! or, Smite the wicked! or, 

Abomination; or, Lewdness and whore- 
dom; or, Unclean! Unclean! or, Bible 
story. A screenplay. 46 1. 
© James A. Haught; 19Feb71; DU79649. 

HAUPTMAN, WILLIAM THORNTON. 

Room nerves. 1 v. A play in 3 acts, 
irnton Hauptman; 
l6Peb71; DU79409. 

HAWK, EVELYN F. 

The living dead. See HAWK, 
HERBERT S. 



HAWK, HERBERT S. 

The living dead; by Herbert S. Hawk & 
Evelyn F. Hawk. 2 1. Script. 
© Herbert S. Hawk & Evelyn F. Hawk; 
2Jul71; C25373- 

HAWKRIDGE, WINIFRED. 

The florist shop; a comedy in one act. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 27 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) Appl. au- 
thor: Walter H. Baker Co., employer 
for hire of Theodore Johnson, edit- 
or. Appl. states prev. reg. 
20Mar2o, D749'+9 S= 6jan54, R124021. 
NM: revisions i- additions. © Walter 
H. Baker Co.: 21Feb51; DP7691. 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL. 

A is for adultery but not I. See 
DAVIDSON, GERALD G. 

HAYDEN, HARROLD. 

Audifile no.l. See BUSIEL, GEORGE. 

HAYDEN, NICOLA. 

Le jour se leve. See CARNE, MARCEL. 

HAYLEY, EDITH. 

That's the way the pizza crumbles; by 
Edith Hayley & Claude DeMetrius. 
15 1. A screenplay. © Edith Hayley 
& Claude DeMetrius; 12Apr71; 
DU80327 . 

HAYWARD, PAT. 

The girl: a screenplay. 49 1. © Pat 
Haywa ir71; Dir79724. 

HEAD, FA YE EDWARDS. 

Tom Tom, the piper's son; a play for 
children. 41 1. Two acts. © Faye 
E. Head; 10Feb71; DU79367. 

i, JOHN, S. . 
Naming God in the restless city — 
God ta]k and social attitudes. 
., relevance, 

nstitute for 
Studies: 12Apr71; 



, 

is riot. 1 v. 
Recording 

.: 28. 



HEILEMAN, REGINA. 

A few minutes, by - -man. 32 1. 
Screenplay. © Regina Heileman; 
: r71; DU79908. 
iw more minutes; by Glna Heileman. 
1. A screenplay. O Regina 
Heileman; 4Jun71; DU80372. 

HEIMLICH, GENE. 

New York comix. See YOUNG, TIM. 

HEINBERG, PAUL. 

Hawaii communication test. See 

BYERS, BURTON. 
Personal enrichment program audio 
script, by Paul Heinberg, Royal T. 
Fruehling, W. Scott Ma. 
others. 1 v. O Paul Hi rib n . 
W. Scott MacDonald, Connie G. W. 
Meredith, Royal T. Fruehling & 
Michael A. McAleenan; 26Apr71; 
C24937 . 

HEINISCH, MAP: H 

Sceptre; an original wi , 1 1 on & 
adapted for television. 51 1. 
© Marshall Heinisch; 3Feb' 1. 
DU79316. 

HEIRLOOM PRODUCTIONS OF HILLIARD. 
The greats of country music. See 
O'BRIEN, ROBERT E. 



HEISS, LORA JEAN. 
Woyzeek collage. 
ROLLAND L. 



See HEISS, 



HEISS, ROLLAND L. 

Woyzeek collage; a play in one act; 
based upon the several rough drafts 
of Georg Buechner's fragment, 
Woyzeek, as translated from the Ger- 
man by Lora Jean Heiss. 31 1. 
NM: translation, compilation, addi- 
tions. © Rolland L. Heiss & Lora 
Jean Heiss; 8Mar71; DP7623. 

HEMANS, FELICIA. 

Freedom — our heritage . See 
ARNOLD, NELLA. 

HENDERSON, JOHN LAWRENCE, JR. 

Flight plan, checkpoint 1-6. 8 1. 
© John Lawrence Henderson, Jr.; 
22Feb71; C24643. 

HENKIN, LOUIS. 

Congress, the President, war and 
peace. 37 1. (Bridging the gap) 
Lecture. © Institute for Religious 
& Social Studies; 12Apr71; C24856. 

HENNESSEY, ELIZABETH. 

Jack and the beanstalk; a puppet play 
in three acts; an adaptation by 
Elizabeth Hennessey & Melvyn 
Peterson. 1 v. © Elizabeth 
Hennessey & Melvyn Peterson; 
17May71; DU80268. 

HEPBURN, RICHARD H. 

High on Pilet's Bluff; a play by Dick 
Hepburn. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Richard H. Hepburn; 29Jun71; 
DU80638 . 



HEPLER, D. RICHARD. 
Meet Noah Smith. 
GORDON C. 



See BENNETT, 



HERMAN, FRED. 

[American Salesmasters cassette re- 
cordings] Lectures. © American 
Salesmasters, Ltd. 

I 
28, sides 1 & 2. Eliminating the 
chance of failure; by Fred Herman, 
with introd. by Harold A. " il" 
Krause. © 23Apr71; C24923. 

HERMANSON, ROGER H. 

The evolution of the modern golf 
swing. See YANCEY, BERT. 



HERNANDEZ, CYNTHIA. 

A cold ruin In the summer, by Jean 
Hunter, pseud. 108 1. A play In 
3 acti . ynthia Hernand. ■■•; 
6Apr71; DU79855. 

HERNANDEZ, VICKY. 

The divorcees. See ANDERSON, A) 
LEVY. 

HERNDON, JAMES NEIL. 

A tale of the West; an original motion 
picture script by James Nell H< . 1 1 
»■ John Edward Herndon. 1 v. 
© James Nell Herndon S- John Edward 
Herndon; 9Jun71; DU80421. 

. ARD. 
Le of the West. See HERNDON, 
JAMEi I 

HERRMANN, TEDD LEIGHTON- . See 
LEIGHTON-HERRMAHU, TEDD. 

HERRON, RALPH H., JR. 

The boom cake. 81 1. A play In 3 
acts. © Ralph H. Herron, Jr.; 
27Jan71; DU792'*7. 

HERSHBERG, SARAH. 

Genesis. See TEMPLEHOFF, JOHANH 
SEBASTIAN. 

HERZ, ANDREW. 

Ape over Broadway; a new gorilla musi- 
cal, book by Andrew Herz, lyrics by 
Bill Vitale, music by Steve Ross. 
1 v. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Andrew Herz & William Vitale; 
lFeb71; DU79057. 



HERZL, THEODOR. 

The man behind the legend. 
YAACOV. 



See ORLAND, 



HERZOG, BENJAMIN. 

Hear, oh hear me, world; film scenario. 
56 1. © Benjamin Herzog; 8Mar71; 
DU79579. 

HESS, LEWIS LEE. 

T.K.O.; a motion picture script. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 10Sep70, 
DU78088. NM: revisions. © Lewis 
Lee Hess; 3Jun71; DU8O365 . 

HESSE, HERMANN. 

Siddhartha. See MOORE, GARY E. 

HEU, STEPHEN. 

The other side; an original one act 
play. 6 1. © Stephen Heu; 15Jan71; 
DU79128. 

HEUER, JOHN. 

The shopkeeper Si 1. A olay. 
© John Heuer; Uun71; DUS0356. 

HEUER PUB. CO. 

They run in our family. See PAYTOH. 
DONALD. 

HILDEN, H. GORDON. 

A revolutionary's handbook. 31 1. 
© H. Gordon Hilden; 3Jun71; C25290. 

HILL, MARS A. 

House Sc field. 25 1 . A play. 

© Mars A. Hill; : 
Second version — o ip 

A play in 2 phases . .Hill; 

24Mar71; DU79757. 

HILL, WALLACE H. 

The coup; an original screenplay 
Wally Hill. 130 1. © Walla. 
Hill; 7Apr71; DU80191. 

HILLBILLIE WILLIE, pseud. See CECIL, 
WILLIAM E. 

HILLCREST SERVICES TO CHILDREN & YOUTH. 
Iconoclast. See FOSS, MICHAEL. 



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HINDMAN, JOSEPHIHE L. 

Metro regional governance, and what's 
behind It; remarks to the Property 
Owners League of Minnesota, Inc. by 
Jo Hlndman. 15 1. © J° Hlndraan; 
24Dec70; C24491. 

HINKEL, SUSAN R. 

Goldilocks and the three bears. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 scenes. © Susan 
Ft. Hlnkel; 4May71; DU80100. 

HIPPARD, ROBERT JAMES. 

The third world S.T.O.N.E.; an origi- 
nal screenplay by R. J. Hlppard & 
Gregory Enton, pseud, of Gregory 
Enton Priedkin. 1st draft. 113 1. 
© Robert James Hippard 5- Gregory 
Enton Friedkin; I8jan71; DU79178. 

HIRCE, CARL WILLIAM. 

Unknown soldier; words & music. 
Sheet. © Carl W. Hirce; HMay71; 
C24980. 

HIRSCH, JO LESLIE. 

The challenge; a one-act play. 1. v. 
© Jo Leslie Hirsch; 15Mar71; 
DU79630. 

HIRSCHFELD, AL. See 

THE BEST PLAYS OF 1969-1970. 

HIRSCHMAN, DORIS. 

A dragon in noodle-loony. 29" !■ 

A play in 4 scenes . © Doris Hirsch- 
man; HJan71; DU79092. 
We're married, remember? 23 1. A 
play in 4 scenes. © Doris Hirsch- 
man; HJan71; DU79091. 

HISTORY OF ROCK & ROLL, INC. 

The golden year. 1 v. Recording 

script. Appl. ti.: The golden years. 
© History of Rock & Roll, Inc.; 
12NOV70; C24604. 

HO, KEMMIN. 

Under the cherry tree, by Kenmin Hogh, 

pseud. 55 1. A play in 9 scenes. 

© Kenmin Hogh; 4Feb71; DU79135- 

HOAG, WILLIAM. 

Bon voyage, schmuck; screenplay. 
138 1. Based on original story & 
characters by Jessica James & Adam 
Keefe. © Jessica James, Adam 
Keefe & William Hoag; 7Jun71: 
DU80378. 
Poppies. See JAMES, JESSICA. 

HOBBS, HERSCHEL. 

The person and work of the Holy 

Spirit. 27 1. Sermon. © Broadman 
Films; l8jun71; C25233. 

HOBBS, WAYNE. 

The second shepherd's play; a play of 
the Townley cycle; modern version by 
W. Harlan Shaw, music researched & 
adapted by Wayne Hobbs & Virginia 
Kock. 26 1. © W. Harlan Shaw; 
28Apr71; DU80039- 

HOCHMAN, EUGENE J. 

Ray and the gospel singer. See 
GOULD, ELIZABETH. 

HOCKENSMITH, ALLADINE BELL. 

Portraits of a West (The yea-hoo) 
A new play by Alladine Bell in col- 
laboration with Jesse Kulberg. 1 v. 
Four acts. © Alladine Bell 
Hockensmith; 10Mar71; DU79393. 

HODGE, ROBERT WILLIAM. 

The gathering place. 115 1- Screen- 
play. © Robert William Hodge; 
lMar71; DU79513- 



HODGSON, GAIL VALERY. 

Brothers. See GODFREY, BERTHA. 



HOEHIG, HENRY. 

Chronicle of a poisoned dream. 
KALISON, MICHAEL JAY. 

HOETKER, JAMES. 

An introduction to theatre. Vol.2: 
Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, the 
initial classroom presentation. 
By James Hoetker with Alan Engels- 
man. Rev. ed. St. Ann, Mo., 
Central Midwestern Regional Educa- 
tional Laboratory. 147 p. Appl. 
author: Cemrel, Inc. © Cemrel, 
Inc. a.a.d.o. Central Midwestern 
Regional Educational Laboratory, 
Inc.; 26Aug69; A214419. 

HOFFMAN, GARY. 

Night; a play. 31 1. © Gary Hoffman; 
7May71; DU80124 . 

HOFFMAN, RICHARD LEE. 

Modern times; a play in three acts. 
1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
7Mar63, DU57260. NM: additions. 
© Richard Lee Hoffman; HJan71; 
DU79087. 

HOGAN, ROBERT. 

The fan club; a play in 3 acts. New- 
ark, Del., Proscenium Press. 40 p. 
(The Lost play series) © Robert 
Hogan; 150ct70; DP7640. 

HOGH, KENMIN, pseud. See HO, KENMIN. 

HOLDEN, PAUL. 

Moll Flanders (The reluctant virgin) 
Musical play; words & music by Paul 
Holden, book by Don MacPherson & 
Rob Gubbins. 2 v. © Liberty Artist 
Services, Inc.; 8Apr71; Dtrr9739- 

HOLLAND, SHARON. 

Mandragclal A musical comedy from the 
play by Niccolo Machiavelli. 46 1. 
Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Sharon Holland; 28jun71; DU80629. 

HOLLMAN, DANIEL P. 

Organized crime. 25 1. A speech. 
© Security World Pub. Co., Inc.; 
9Feb71; C24589. 

HOLLOW AY, GRAHAM. 

Digging for gold. 24 1. (Hear's how, 
no.5A) Lecture. © Kalb, Voorhis & 
Co.; 8Apr71; C24822. 

HOLLYWOOD, DANIEL. 

All the girls came out to play. See 
JOHNSON, RICHARD. 

HOLMES, LOIS E. MASON. 

Jiminie, the Christmas tree. See 
WATTS, WENDELL. 



HOLMES, WARREN D. 

Interviews and interrogation. 33 1. 
A lecture. © Security World Pub. 
Co., Inc.; 9Feb71; C24-590. 

HOLT, GARY H. 

Where's my medal? 20 1. Screenplay. 
© Gary H. Holt; 10May71; DU80140 . 

HOMER, FRANCIS. See ROOS, FRANCIS 
HOMER . 

HONOLKA, KURT. 

Nabucco. See VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

HOOBAN, HOMER. 

The law; a play. 10 1. © Homer 
Hooban; 2Feb71; DP7678. 

HOOD, JANET LYNN. 

Sun, son. See RUSSELL, WILLIAM LEO. 

HOPKINS, SAM. 

Black Hannah, by Lightning Hopkins. 
Sheet. © Tradition Music Co.; 
21Jun71; C25291. 



brother John Henry, by 
Lightning Hopkins. Sheet. © Tradi- 
tion .; 21jun71; C25292. 

HORKY, JAMES. 

Virginia City. See TESTER, CLAFi" 

HOF 

Love life of a 3trange bird, by David 
Charles Horn & Frank N. Mecca. 
103 1. Screenplay. © Frank H. 
Mecca & David Charles Horn; 28May71; 
DU80335 . 

HORNSTEIN, JORDAN L. 

Arthur, by Jordan Hornstein in collab- 
oration with Benjamin R. Gruberg. 
6l. A play. © Benjamin R. Gru- 
berg & Jordan L. Hornstein; 
Uun71; DU80; 
The gold at Shadow Rock. See 
GRUBERG, : R. 

HORVATH, JOAN. 

Mama is dating again; a screenplay by 
Joan Horvath & Ethel Seldin-Schwartz; 
based on a novel by Ethel Seldin- 
Schwartz. 140 1. © Ethel Seldin- 
Schwartz & Joan Horvath; 29Jun71; 
DU80456: 

HORVATH, MIKLOS FERENC . 

Qwerty and the Indians; a play in one 
act. 43 1. © Miklos Ferenc Horvath; 
26May71; DU80302. 

•HORWITZ, LEONARD. 

The panhandler; a one act play. 19 1. 
© Leonard Horwitz; 25Feb71; DU79504 . 

HOTCHNER, A. E. 

Do you take this man? A funny tragedy 
by A. E. Hotchner. 1 v. Three acts. 
© A. E. Hotchner; 8Feb71; DU79379. 

HOUCK, JOY H. , JR. 

Circle of death. See MILANE, JOHN J. 

HOUDE, MARY ELISE DONALSON. 

The circle game. 17 1. A play. 

© Mary Elise Houde; 22Jan71; DU79221. 

HOUGHTON MIFFLIN CO. 

5 comedies. See SCANLAN, DAVID. 

HOVE, THOMAS 0. 

The baby ghost. 59 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Thomas 0. Hove; 15Dec70; 
DU79145. 

HOWARD & SMITH, INC. 

Introduction to electrical discharge 
machining. See WELD, RICHARD P. 

HOWARD, DONALD. 

Circles; a three part play. 1 v. 
© Donald Howard; 13Jan71; DU79105- 

HOWARD, HARRY BENNETT. 

Gathering together. See SCARDINO, 
DON. 

HOWLETT, ANDREW T. 

Robbie Burns, balladeer; a new musical. 
Book by A. T. Howlett;. lyrics by 
Robert Burns. 128 1. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. NM: dialogue 
& lyrics to There's hard luck & 
hard land and The educatedest fool 
in town. © Andrew T. Howie". 
I4jun71; DU80386. 

HUDSON, ANDREW JACKSON, JR. 

Any name but Smith; a comedy in three 
acts. 94 1. © Andrew Jackson 
Hudson, Jr.; Uun71; DU80580. 

HUDSON, FRED. 

If we must die; one act play. 33 1- 
© Fred Hudson; 8Mar71; DU79577. 



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HUDSON, GARY L. 

Don't forget to feed the burglar. 
See SORKIN, GERALD B. 



HUGHES, REBECCA, pseud. 
DORIS. 



See WEITZMAN, 



HUHNKE, GEORGE. 

Narcotics and dangerous drugs tr:. 
writers, George Hubnke & Lii 

..-lenka. 10 v. Ten scripts. 
Appl. author: Cook Co., employer 
fbr hire. 6 Ken Cook Co.; 20Muy71; 
C25046. 

HUMAN RESOURCES INSTITUTE, INC. 
Daseln. See TILLER, J. 

HUMPHREY, CAVADA. 

A lady whom time had surprised (In 
mayden mayden meditation) (A last 
parlement) By Elinor Campbell 
York, pseud. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. S Cavada Humphrey; l6Mar71: 
DU79S68. 

HUNKINS, EUSEBIA. 

What have you done to my mountain. 
See PUCKETT, HILMA. 

HUNT, RUTHIE L. 

Reality orientation: why and how; 
lecture. 4 1. © Ruthie L. Hunt; 
ar71; C24709. 

HUNTER, ELSIE THERESA. 

The moppet, by Lorraine Hunter. 30 1. 
© Lorraine Hunter; 12Sep70; DP7633- 

HUNTER, JEAN, pseud. See HERNANDEZ, 
CYNTHIA. 

HUNTER, LORRAINE. See HUNTER, ELSIE 
THERESA. 

HURSLEY, DORIS. 

Lord Byron. See HURSLEY, FRANK. 

HURSLEY, FRANK. 

Lord Byron; a play by Frank & Doris 
Hursley. 101 1. Three acts. 
C Frank Hursley & Doris Hursley; 
22Feb71; DU79470. 

HURWITZ, MRS. JACOB I. See HURWITZ, 
LILLIAN ROSENBERG. 

HURWITZ, LILLIAN ROSENBERG. 

The fraudulence of grading in educa- 
tion: a valid alternative. 17 1. 
-llian Rosenberg Hurwitz 
. Jacob I. Hurwitz); 10Hay71; 
■ 185 . 

HUSTON, J. DENNIS. 

Classics of the Renaissance theater; 
seven English plays. Edited by 
J. Dennis Huston & Alvin B. Kernan. 
New York, Harcourt, Brace & World. 
735 P- NM: pref., introd . , introduc- 
tions to each play, footnotes, 
compilation & all plays except 
Volpone newly edited. ©Harcourt, 
Brace & World, Inc.; 19May69; A222063- 

HUTTINGER, HOOK. 

Hard riders; a comedy, story & screen- 
play. 51 1. © Hook Huttinger : 
ir71; DU79685. 

HYMAN, JACKIE. 

I feel like I ' ve known you for a long 
time. 33 I. A play in 3 acts. 
© Jackie Hyman; Uun71; DU80340. 

HYND, NOEL. 

The people of New York vs. one book. 
See SWIER, CHARLES. 



I 



IBSEN, DWAYNE B. 

Love song to the Missouri, the Omaha 
arrow. See RAUCH, CAROLYN. 



IDAHO TRANSFER, INC. 

Idaho transfer. See MATTHIESEN, 
THOMAS. 

IDEA CONSULTANTS, INC. 

A message of importance for you and 
your family. See PREST, RICHARD D. 

IKO, M0M0K0. 

Old man. 32 1. A play- © Momoko 
Iko; 24Feb71; DU79618. 

ILLICA, LU 

La boheme. See PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 
Madame Butterfly. See PUCCINI, 

GIACOMO. 
Tosca. See PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

ILLMAN, HARRY R. 

Disbarment, U.S.A.. a plav in three 
acts by Reb B. Harrison, pseud. 
11^ 1 IT! '■■.]■: 
DU80339- 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 
Beginning multiplication. 1 v. 

(Grademaker. Math, 7-8 year olds) 
Cassette script. S Imperial Inter- 
national Learning Corp.; 2Feb71; 
02^56}. 
The beginning of America. 1 v. 

(Grademaker. General, 9-10-11 year 
olds) Cassette script. & Imperial 
International Learning Corp.; 
2Feb71; C24562. 
Counting to 100. 1 v. (Grademaker. 
Numbers, 4-5-6 year olds) Cassette 
script. © Imperial International 
Learning Corp.; 2Feb71; C24561. 
Fun with words. 1 v. (Grademaker. 
Reading, 7-8 year olds) Cassette 
script. © Imperial International 
Learning Corp.; 2Feb71; C24560. 
Great Americans: John F. Kennedy, 
Martin Luther King, Jr. 1 v. 
(jrademaker. General, 9-10-11 year 
olds) Cassette script. © Imperial 
International Learning Corp.; 
2Feb71; C24569. 
Learning the alphabet sounds . 1 v. 
(Grademaker. Prereading, 4- - 
year olds) Cassette script. © Im- 
perial International Learning Corp.; 
2Feb71; C24570. 
Mastering multiplication. 1 v. 
(Grademaker. Math, 9-10-11 year 
olds) Cassette script. © Imperial 
International Learning Corp.; 
2Feb71; C24571. 
Mystery stories. The crying dog; Mys- 
tery island. 1 v. (Grademaker. 
Reading, 9-10-11 year olds) Cas- 
sette script. © Imperial Interna- 
tional Learning Corp.; 2Feb71; 
C24572. 
Read-along tales. 1 v. (Grademaker. 
Reading, 7-8 year olds) Cassette 
script. © Imperial International 
Learning Corp.; 2Feb71; C24573. 
Reading along with Mother Goose. 1 v. 
(Grademaker. Reading, 5-6 year olds) 
Cassette script. C 1 Imperial Inter- 
national Learning Corp.; 2Feb71; 
C24574 . 
Sports stories. No arm in right 

field; The quarterback sneak. 1 v. 
(Grademaker. Reading, 9-10-11 year 
olds) Cassette script. © Imperial 
International Learning Corp.; 
2Feb71; C24566. 
The story of dinosaurs and fossils. 
1 v. (Grademaker. Science, 9-10-11 
year olds) Cassette script. © Im- 
perial International Learning Corp.; 
2Feb71; C24565. 
Telling time. 1 v. (Grademaker. 
Math, 4-5-6 year olds) Cassette 
script. © Imperial International 
Learning Corp.; 2Feb71; C24564 . 
Tiny tales and rhymes. 1 v. (Grade- 
maker. Prereading, 4-5-6 year olds) 



Cassette script. 'rial Inter- 
national Learning Corp.; 2Feb71; 
C24' • 
Understanding human reproduction. 1 v. 
■idemaker. I'clence, .ear 
assette script. ( TmpiM 
International Learning Con.: 
2Fei ',8. 
Viva Mexico! 1 v. 6 tape scripts. 
© Imperial International Learning 
Corp.; 26May71; C25216. 

IMPRINT SOCIETY, IS 

The playboy of the Western World. See 
SYNGE, JOHN MILLINGT0N. 

IMRE MADACH. See MADA'' . 

INDAC0, INC. 

Key punch training cassette course. 
1 v. Scripts. © InDaCo, Inc.; 
28jan71j C24520. 

INDIANER (PAUL) & CO. , 

Finalizing the sale. 6 1. Script. 
© Paul Indianer & Co., Inc.; 
l8Jun71; C25186. 
Prototype pension program sales film. 
10 1. Script. S Paul Indianer 8: 
Co., Inc.; l8Jun71: 
Salary savings. 4 1. Script. 
© Paul Indianer & Co., Inc.; 
l8Jun71; C25185. 
Script for a tax sheltered annuity 
film. 9 1. •> Paul Indianer & Co., 
In , l8Jun71; C25188. 
T.S.A. approach and warmup. 4 1. 
ScriDt. © Paul Indianer & Co., 
Inc.; I8jun71; C25184. 

INDIANER. PAUL S. 

HR-10. 6 1. Script. © Paul S. 
Indianer; l8jun71; C2^l87. 

IMFRGON, MART" . 

Hiz honor. See TAYNTON, DA 

INFANTE, BONNIE HOPE. 

The hidden apple branch. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Bonnie Hope Infante; 
29Mar71; DU79781. 

INLENDER, AVRAHAM. 

Final cut; an original screenplay. 
100 1. Adapted from stage play 
On an open roof. Appl. states 
pr<iv. reg. l6Aug6i. 
© Avraham Ir.lender; 7Jun71; rt:80405. 

INOUYE, HAJIME. 

How to end a prolonged hiccup seizure. 
Sheet. © Hajime Ino"ye; 5May71; 
C24974 . 

INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES, NEW YORK. 
An anthropologist looks at the 

family. See METRAUX, RHODA. 
Assessing and transmitting theological 

resources. See WILLIAMS, COLIN W. 
A black church: The power and the gap. 

See LUCAS, LAWRENCE E. 

Bridging the gap: Thought and action. 

See LINCOLN, C. ERIC. 
Buddhism and violence. See WAYMAN, 

ALEX . 
A Catholic historian looks at the 

work ethic. See FOGARTY, GERALD, 

S. J. 
Challenge from the new left: Creative 

critique or cynical rejection. See 

MCDERMOTT, JOHN J. 
Christian selfless action and urban 

relocation. See YOUNGER, 

GEORGE D. 
Coming to terms with the radical 

view. See NEVILLE, ROBERT C. 
Communication. See SEAVER, R0BE= 
Confucian humanism and the self 

amid depersonalizing forces. See 

TU, WEI-MING. 



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INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES, NEV; YORK. -Con. 
Congress, the President, war and 

peace. See HENKIN, LOUIS. 
Education to fit each child's need 

and each parent's dream. See 

SCHWEBEL, MILTON. 
Emotional security for each and all. 

See LINN, LOUK . 
Equality for women. See WALKER, 

LYNN JONES. 
The ethical apology for violence: 

Ours -- theirs. See TODD, ALBERT 

C, JR. 
Freedom of speech and of the press. 

See WOOD, WILLIAM A. 
Genuine understanding based on effec- 
tive communication. See CARY, 

W. STERLING. 
Hinduism and concern for humanity: 

Poverty, welfare, discrimination. 

See DESAI, SAUTOSH. 
Knowledge of human relations. See 

STEINBERG, PAUL M. 
Ministry among other institutions. 

See DURGIN, LAWRENCE L. 
Naming God in the restless city -- 

God talk and social attitudes. 

See HEALEY, JOHN, S.J. 
New dimensions of vocation. See 

WEBBER, GEORGE W. 
New forms of community life. See 

HAUGHEY, JOHN C, S.J. 
Planning. See WILSON, CHARLES R. 
Power and ideals: Definition. See 

LINCOLN, C. ERIC. 
A psychiatrist looks at the 

generation gap. See PELDSTEIN, 

LEONARD C. 
A rabbi looks at the family. See 

GLUSTROM, SIMON. 
Realizing social ideals through law. 

See SOFAER, ABRAHAM D. 
The right to petition and peaceably 

to assemble. See MCKAY, ROBERT B. 
Social security for each and all. 

See BURNS, EVELINE M. 
Special groups and the congregation. 

See GILLESPIE, DAVID M. 
To form a more perfect union. See 

JORDAN, VERNON E. 
An urban church: Black theology. 

See WHITEN, BENNIE E., JR. 
What is a congregation. See 

STYCHE, LEONARD G. 
Who is the man on the spot. See 
DITTES, JAMES E. 

INSTITUTE OF MUSIC & MOTIVATION, INC. 
Clarinet lessons. See WARREN, TROY. 

INSURORS PRESS, INC. 

Adjuster orientation. 1 v. Slide, 
script. © Insurors Press, Inc.; 
24Feb71; C24651. 
Anatomy & injuries. 1 v. Slide 
script. ©Insurors Press, Inc.; 
25Feb71; C24655. 
Automobile insurance policies; audio- 
manual course. 1 v. Tape script. 
© Insurors Press, Inc.; 10May71; 
C24989 . 
Interviews and statements. 1 v. 
Slide script. © Insurors Press, 
Inc.; 25Feb71; C24656. 
Liability claims evaluation. 1 v. 
Slide scripts. © Insurors Press, 
Inc.; 10May71; C24987. 
Liability settlement negotiations . 
1 v. Slide scripts. © Insurors 
Press, Inc.; 10May71; C24991. 
Nature of the law. 1 v. Script. 
© Insurors Press, Inc.; 10May71; 
C24988. 
Principles of investigation. 1 v. 
Slide script. ©Insurors Press, 
Inc.; 25Feb71; C24657 ■ 
Tort doctrines I-IV. 1 v. Four 
scripts. © Insurors Press, Inc.; 
10May71; C24990. 



IP, PO-TING. Sec- PO-TIHG, IP. 

IRVICK/IRVICK PU1 . 

Mood:. Ln. (TICK, ;:ILL. 

IRVICK, WILL. 

Moods In. Vol. 9. 1 v. Book 2- lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. pub. 
Apr. 65, EP200I . ': revision >, 
translations. © Will Irvick d.b.a. 
Irvick/Irvick Pub. House; l8Dec70; 
DP7577 • 

IRVING, WASHINGTON. 

Rip Van Winkle. See HARRINGTON, 
EDITH RUSSELL. 

IRWIN, JAMES, pseud. See MOORE, ROBERT 
JAMES. 

IRWIN, JOSEPH FRANKLIN. 

Mathu; a cinema. 83 1. © Joseph 
Franklin Irwin; 4Jan71; DU79001. 

ISKER, KATHLEEN. 

The making of a wise man; a one act 
play for children. 12 1. Appl. 
states some dialogue borrowed from 
Richard Wilhelni translation of the 
I-Cning or Book of changes. 
© Kathleen laker; 9Apr71; DU79876. 

ITTENBERG, URIEL MARK. 

Fortinbras; or, Hamlet revealed. 
By Uriel M. Ittenberg & William F. 
Murray. 62 1. (The Fortinbras 
trilogy, pt.l) A play in 3 acts. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Uriel 
Mark Ittenberg & William F. Murray; 
10Feb70; DU79147 • 



IVEY, JOHN ARTHUR. 

Resurgence. 39 1- A play in a pro- 
logue & 7 scenes . © John Arthur 
Ivey; 21Jun71; DU80577 • 



For other works claimed by JP Pro- 
ductions, Ltd. S< --Z, 
PETER. 



JVS PROP. 

Gloria De Haven and friends. 
DI PIETRO, VIHC 



See 



J 



JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

The Cherokee. 8 1. Dialogue. 
© JP Productions, Ltd.; 15Jun71; 
C25279- 
The Choctaw. 6 1. Dialogue. 

© JP Productions, Ltd.; 15Jun71; 
C25278. 
The Crow. 7 1- Dialogue. 

© JP Productions, Ltd.; 15Jun71; 
C25274. 
The Hopi - Pueblo. 7 1. Dialogue. 
© JP Productions, Ltd.; 15Jun71; 
C25276. 
The Iroquois. 8 1. Dialogue. 
© JP Productions, Ltd.; 15Jun71; 
C25273 . 
Legends and tales of Mexico. 36 1. 
Recording script. © JP Productions, 
Ltd.; 23Feb71; C24540. 
The Pawnee . 7 1. Dialogue . 

© JP Productions, Ltd.; 15Jun71; 
C25280. 
Pontiac. 6 1. Dialogue. © JP Pro- 
ductions, Ltd.; 15Jun71; C25284. 
The Seminole. 8 1. Dialogue. 
© JP Productions, Ltd.; 15Jun71; 
C25282. 
The Shoshone. 8 1. Dialogue. 
© JP Productions, Ltd.; 15Jun71; 
C25277. 
The Sioux. 8 1. Dialogue. 

© JP Productions, Ltd.; 15Jun71; 
C25281. 
Sitting Bull. 9 1- Dialogue. 
© JP Productions, Ltd.; 15Jun71; 
C25285. 
Tecumseh. 9 1. Dialogue. © JP Pro- 
ductions, Ltd.; 15Jun71; C25283- 
The Tlingit. 7 1- Dialogue. 
© JP Productions, Ltd.; 15Jun71; 
C25275- 



JABARA, PAUL F. 

Rachael Lily Rosenbloom fAnd dor. 
~r forget . 
A play ir. rics 

only, ti Paul F. Jabara; UurfTlj 
DU80236. 



fUEGER, 



JACARDA FILMS. 
Puff the magic 
CARL. 



:t night, night 

A plav in 5 acts. " : W. 
Pen 

lApr71; DU79811. 

, & 

Perry. 20 1. A play in 6 scenes. 

vnaid tf. Jackson & Shaun^ 
P^rry Ryder; lApr71; DU79&12. 

JACKSON, DC 

God is what I know; a screenplay 

Aaron Logan, pseud. 1 v. © Douglas 
' . Jackson; 21Apr71; DU8OIO5 . 
Louie cawn't; a musical comedy in 
acts; book & lyrics by Aaron Logan, 
pseud. 1 v. Book S: lyrics only. 

-ouglas W. Jackson; 15Apr71; 
DU79975 • 

JACKSON, HOWARD. 

Sickfare. See ARTIC, ROBERT. 

JACKSON, PAUL. 

Sickfare. See ARTIC, ROBERT. 

JACOB, FRANCES. 

Le chasseur d'etoiles. 1 v. A play 
in 4 acts. Appl. states English 
version of 1st act prev. reg. 1964 
as The mushroom man. NM: last 3 
acts. © Frances Jacob; 10May71; 
DU80143 . 

JACOBS, AVA. 

Grimssaga. See' JACOBS, FRED RUE. 

JACOBS, FRED RUE. 

Grimssaga; a screenplay by Fred Rue 
Jacobs & Ava Jacobs. 99 1. © Fred 
Rue Jacobs & Ava Jacobs; HJun71: 
DU80485 . 
She rages in a lurking place. 1 v. 
A play in 8 scenes. © Fred Rue 
Jacobs; HJun71; DU80486. 

JACOBS, JIM. 

Grease; a new '50' s rock 'n' roll 

musical; book, music & lyrics by Jim 
Jacobs & Warren Casey. 1 v. Book 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l4Dec70, DU78858. NM: additions & 
revisions. ©Warren Casey & Jim 
Jacobs; l8Mar71; DU79686. 

JACOBS, JUDITH. 

Dirty air is everywhere; or, Sally had 
a little smog; an original dance- 
drama with script and choreography. 
Abridged version. 15 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Judith Jacobs; 
4May71; DU80172. 
Dirty air is everywhere; or, Sally had 
a little smog; an original dance- 
drama with script and choreography. 
Long version. 19 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Judith Jacobs; 4May71; 
DU80171. 

JACOBS, ROBERT A. 

The boarder; a play. 1 v. Twelve 
scenes. Includes lyrics for 2 songs. 
© Robert A. Jacobs; 5Feb71; DU79J38. 



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The tenant; a play In three acts. 
71 1. Includes lyrics for 1 song. 
Robert A. Jacobs; 5Feb71; DU79339. 

JACOBSON, DAN. 

Gold rocks and the three bears. See 
JACOBSON, GENE. 

JACOBSON, GENE. 

Goldrocks and the three bears; origi- 
nal screenplay; based on a story by 
Dan Jacobson. 7th draft. O Gene 
Jacob son; 28Jan71; DU7 " 

JACOBSON, ROBERT. 

Script for the word box; a programmed 
sound and workbook 'spelling series 
in 20 lessons by Robert Jacobson &■ 
Dennis Cooler. 1 v. : : tron 

Corp.; 23Mar71; C24767. 

JACOBSON, . 

Cobol computer programming language. 
See DEVINE, EUGENE. 

JAEGER, JACOB. 

Jack-in-the-box; screenplay by Kobl 
Jaeger &• Lee Smith, pseud, of Peter 
Lee Zoellner. 1SJ 1. Based on the 
original play The Twain did meet, 
but never, by Lee Smith. © Jacob 
(Kobi) Jaeger & Peter Lee Zoellner; 
29Mar71; DU79788. 

JAFFE, BRIAN M. 

The problem with Nelson; a play in one 
act by Brian M. Jaffe & Kenneth A. 
Levy. 28 1. @ Brian M. Jaffe & 
Kenneth A. Levy; 9Jun71; DU80420. 

JAFFE, SHAIN. 

Vampyr. See SCHREIBMAN, PHILLIP. 

JAMES, J. FRANK. 

The Window; .-creenplay. Final draft. 
1 v. Appl. author: Wyoming Diver- 
sified, employer for hire. 
© Wyoming Diversified; lApr71; 
DU79924 . 

JAMES, JESSICA. 

Bon voyage, schmuck. See HOAG, 

WILLIAM. 
Poppies, by Jessica James &■ William 

Hoag. 179 1. Screenplay. 

© Jessica James & William Hoag; 

6Apr71; DU79853. 

JAMES, NORVESTER. 

Take me higher. See ANDERSON, ALBERT 
RUDOLPH, JR. 

JAMES, PAUL S. 

Christ for the cities — another 
language. 12 1. Sermon. © Broad- 
man Films; l8jun71; C25236. 



JAMES, RICK, pseud. 
R. JAlffiS. 



See GENNARI, 



JAMES, WATSON SHARP. 

Passing through. See WILTSE, DAVID. 

JANSEN, GEORGE F. 

The Christmas gifts. 1 v. A musical 
screenplay. © George F. Jansen; 
2Jun71; DU80233 . 

JANUSZ, STANLEY JOHN. 

The golng-away party; a tragedy in two 
acts. 53 1. © Stanley John Janusz; 
l6Apr71; DU79954. 

JARAY, HANS. 

Der sechste Sinn; Komodie in drei 
Akten. 100 1. Frei nach Oscar 
Wilde's satire Lord Arthur Saviles 
Verbrechen. © Hans Jaray; 4Feb71; 
DU79342. 



JARRATT, FLORENCE B. 

Hansen and Gretchen; a musical for 
children by Jarratt - Kondratowicz. 
1 v. © Florence Jarratt & Chester 
Kondratowicz; 26Feb71; DU79532. 



King In the cavern. .WAN, ED, 

BROTI ' ' 

Young King Arthur; a musical 

children by Jarratt - Kondratov; 

1 v. Two act . ■ ! 

& Chet Kondratowl 

DU7 ' 

JARRATT, KENT DOUGLASS. 

Whale; a play. 32 1. © Kent 

Douglass Jarratt; 29Jun71; DU80641. 

JARRETT, FRANK EDWIN, JR. 

My drinking cousin; a comedy about the 
Great Depression In two acts. 
126 1. 1) Fr.ink Edwin Jarrett, Jr.- 
Uun71; DU80345. 

JASTER, MARGARET S. 

The application, by Margaret S. Jaster 

S- Elaine S. LeNolr. 5 1. (Series 

no.l) © Margaret S. Jaster; 

19Jan71; DP7569. 
The fight, by Margaret S. Jaster i- 

Elaine S. LeNoir. 7 1. (Series 

no. 5) © Margaret S. Jaster; 

19Jan71; DP7573- 
The garment factory, by Margaret S. 

Jaster S Elaine S. LeNoir. 8 1. 

(Series no. 2) © Margaret S. Jaster; 

19Jan71; DP7570. 
The hospital, by Margaret S. Jaster '- 

Elaine S. LeNoir. 7 1. (Series 

no. 3) © Margaret S. Jaster; 

19Jan71; DP7571. 
The newspaper, by Margaret S. Jaster 

& Elaine S. LeNoir. 7 1. (Series 

no. 4) ©Margaret S. Jaster; 

19Jan71; DP7572. 
Omar, by Margaret S. Jaster fr Elaine 

S. LeNoir. 7 1. (Series no. 6) 

© Margaret S. Jaster; 19Jan71; 

DP7574. 
The waitress. 1 v. Appl. states 

prev. reg. I4jul69, C21970. 

© Margaret S. Jaster; 19Jan71; 

DP7568. 

JAY, PATRICE, pseud. See BERGE, PAT J. 

JEFFERY, RANSOM SIMON. 

All together, like a family. 76 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Ransom Jefferv 
19Apr71; DU79965. 

JEFFREY, MILDRED. 

Rej"oice; a play in three acts . 70 1 
© Mildred Jeffrey; 8Apr71; DU79868! 

JEFOPOULOS, TIMOTHY. 

A most basic force. 60 1. A screen- 
play. © Timothy Jefopoulos; 
5Apr71; DU80013. 

JEGLUM, HARRIETT. 

For works claimed by Harriett Jeglum 
See JEGLUM, JACK B. 

JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Applaud the dream. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Harriet [t] Jeglum; 
4Feb71; DU79158. 
A bow in the clouds. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Harriet [t] Jeglum; 
4Feb71; DU79160. S ' 
Clean sheets. 1 v. Six plays. By 
John Boy Ian, pseud. © Harriet [t] 
Jeglum; 4Feb71; DU80186. 
Cockortwo; a new play by John Boylan, 
pseud. 1 v. Two acts. © Harriet [t] 
Jeglum; 4Feb71; DU79153 . 
Fashions & fate of '70, by John Boy- 
lan, pseud. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Harriet [t] Jeglum; 4Feb71; 
DU79163 . 
The green rooster, by John Boylan, 
pseud. 1 v. A play in 4 scenes. 
© Harriet [t] Jeglum; 4Feb71; 
DU79155- 
Harp for five, by Jack Boylan, pseud. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Harriet [t] 
Jeglum; 4Feb71; DU79159. 



Ill, .lack, hi! By John Boylan, pseud. 

1 v. A play in 2 acts. C Harriett 
Jeglum; 4Feb71; DU', 

I like it here; book to a musical 

1 Boylan, pseud. 1 v. Two act" 

ft] Jeglum; 2'4Jun71; DU80'O0. 
The late entrance. 1 v. /, p] 

2 a i'.rriet[t] JerJ 

■ ■ 
Mother of tw ., 1 John Boylan, pseud. 

ij Cfe 6 OHarrlet[t ' Jeglum: 

> ■ > ■ l\ play In 2 acts. 
■ ' eg] m; .-b 7 l; 

A shade of white, by John Boylan, 
pseud. 1 v. A play. Harriet [tl 
Jeglum; 4Feb71; DU7" 

Tails of people, by John Boylan, 

pseud. 1 v. Two acts. © Harrietftl 
Jeglum; 4Feb71; DU79157. rrl et[t| 

Top of despair, by John Boylan, pseud. 
L v ; A Play. © Harriett Jeglum; 
'*Feb71; DU79165. 

Turn of flight, by John Boylan, pseud. 
1 y. A play in 3 acts. E Harri- 
et [t J Jeglum; 4Feb71; DU791I 

JENCKS, LANCE HAROLD. 

Hardhats of 1971; a new musical fan- 
tasy. 62 1. Three acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Lance Harold Jencks; 
17May71; DU80175. 

JEROLAMON, GERALD ALLEN, JR. 

One man's heaven. 1 v . A play 
© Gerald Allen Jerolamon, Jr.;' 
28May71; DU80330. 

JOHNSEN, HELEN LUCILLE. 

Light denied, by Lucille Johnsen. 
62 1. A play in 2 acts. @ Helen 
Lucille Johnsen; l8Mar71; DU79688. 
Rossetti; a play in two acts by 
Lucille Johnsen. 88 1. © Helen 
Lucille Johnsen; 27May71; DU80314. 

JOHNSON, ALBERT. 

Adam and Eve meet the atom. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 19 p. Appl. stater 
prev. reg. 6Mar6l, DU52973. 
© Albert Johnson; 5May71; DP7690. 

JOHNSON, JAMES, SR. 

Little Annie Woods; original script 
written by James Johnson & Charles 
Jones. 29 1. Screenplay. © Charles 
Jones; 29Mar71; DU80457. 

JOHNSON, JODETTE SILHI. 

How to belly dance for your friends 
and husband; text of record. 4 1. 
© Jodette Silhi Johnson a.k.a. 
Camilia; 24May71; C24984. 



JOHNSON, M. , pseud. 
MARGARET S. 



SEE MEADERS, 



JOHNSON, MARION L. 

Island of the winds; a play about the 
statues of Easter Island by Marian 
Jonson, pseud. Chicago, Coach House 
Press. 40 p. Two acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l8jan63, DU5685O. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Marion 
L. Johnson; 31Dec70; DP7657 . 

JOHNSON, NANCY-JO ANNE. 

Andanon; play in one act. 27 1. 

© Nancy- Jo Johnson; lMar71; DU79524 . 

JOHNSON, RICHARD. 

All the girls came out to play; a 
comedy by Richard Johnson & Daniel 
Hollywood. 1 v. Two acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 200ct65, DU64163 & 
5Jul68, DU71929- NM: revisions. 
© Richard Johnson & Daniel Holly- 
wood; 21Jun71; DU80394. 

JOHNSON, RICHARD BYRON. 

A translation and acting version of the 
play Nummisuutarit (The heath cob- 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



JOHNSON, RICHARD BRYON.-Con. 

biers) by Aleksls Stenval (Kivl), 
produced and compared to native 
Finnish productions of this and other 
plays by the same author. Ann Arbor, 
University Microfilms Library Serv- 
ices (10,010) Microfilm. (Doctoral 
dissertation series) © Richard Byron 
Johnson; 30Apr71; A248385. 

JOHNSON, S. F. 

Julius Caesar. See SHAKESPEARE, 
WILLIAM . 

JOHNSON, STANLEY. 

The play and the reader, by Stanley 
Johnson, Judah Bierman & James Hart. 
Alternate ed. Englewood Cliffs, 
N.J., Prentice-Hall. 583 p. 
(Prentice-Hall English literature 
series) NM: compilation, editors' 
note & introd. © Prentice-Hall, 
Inc. ; 4Jan71; A205731. 

JOHNSON, THEODORE. 

The florist shop. See HAWKRIDGE, 
WINIFRED. 

JOHNSON, THOMAS H. 

Emily of Amherst: an impression. 
See THORNTON, KATHLEEN B. 

JOHNSON, WALLACE. 

Don't leave me alone; a play. 52 1. 
Nine scenes. ©Wallace Johnson; 
21May71; DU80274. 
Myth and memory; a pair of musicals. 
62 1. Book & lyrics only. Contents: 
Silky. --Jenny kissed me. © Wallace 
Johnson; l8jun71; DU8o452. 

JOHNSON, XAN S. 

The Zelkenoid council; a drama for 
children in one act. 18 1. © Xan 
S. Johnson; 2Feb71; DU7930O. 

JOHNSTON, BEN. 

Carmilla, by Wilford Leach; music by 
Ben Johnston. 1 v. A play. © Ben 
Johnston & Wilford Leach; l8Mar71: 
DU80072. , 
Gertrude. See LEACH, WILFORD. 
JONES, BENEDICT, pseud. See TULLEN, 
JACOB. 

JONES, CHARLES. 

Little Annie Woods. See JOHNSON, 

JAMES, SR. 
Silhouettes in courage. See 
STOMPTOWN MUSIC CORP. 

JONES, CLAIRE. 

Have a grumpish holiday! By Claire 
Jones & Bob Varga. 31 1. A play. 
Includes music for 1 song. © Claire 
Jones & Bob Varga; l8jan71; DU79009. 

JONES, HENRY B. 

Mrs. A & Mr. B, by John Kruse Byrne, 
pseud. 13 1. A play. © Henry 
Jones; HJan71; DU79078. 

JONES, JIMMY. 

Talking to an angel. Sheet. 

© Le Fevre Sing Pub. Co.; 8Mar71; 
C24706. 

JONES, JOSETTE. 

The entrapment; a one act play. 20 1. 
© Josette Jones; 29Mar71; DU80450. 

JONES, LEROI. 

Jello, by Imamu Amiri Baraka (LeRoi 
Jones) 1st ed. Chicago, Third 
World Press. 38 p. © Imamu Amiri 
Baraka (LeRoi Jones); Uul70; 
A206534. 

JONES, LOYD. 

The cavalcade of the West; written by 
Loyd Jones fr Bob Lee. 1 v. Screen- 
play. © Zelma F. Sharp; 27May71; 
DU80197 . 



JONES, MIRIAM E. 

The fourth state; or, Love by the 
numbers; a musical comedy In 2 acts 
by Vonnye Jones & Harold Adams. 
1 v. Book 8e lyrics only. 
© Vonnye Jones & Harold W. Adams; 
Uul71; DU80542. 

JONES PETERSON, GREGORY, pseud. See 
PETERSON, GREGORY. 

JONES, ROBERT G. 

In different bags; a dramatic composi- 
tion. 57 1. Four acts. © Robert G. 
Jones; 10Mar71; DU79601. 

JONES, ROBERT W. 
La Reine de Saba. 
CHARLES. 



See GOUNOD, 



JONES, SAMUEL. 

Man in his music; a series of ten 
half -hour television programs. 
10 v. © Samuel Jones; 5Feb71; 
C24549. 

JONES, THOMAS J. 

Servetus. 1 v. A play. © Thomas 
J. Jones; l4jan71; DU79117. 

JONES, VONNYE. See JONES, MIRIAM E. 

JONES, WILLIAM. 

Performance reviews that build com- 
mitment. See GUYON, RICHARD. 

JONSON, MARIAN, pseud. See JOHNSON, 
MARION L. 

JORDAN, MRS. FRED. 

Dr. Law & the ailing clubwoman. See 
BREVARD PARLIAMENTARY LAW UNIT. 

JORDAN, MICHAEL G., JR. 

Indians! Indians! Indians! A three- 
act play for children. 44 1. 
© Michael G. Jordan, Jr.; I8jan71; 
DU79171. 

JORDAN, PHILIP HARDING. 

William Shakespeare; a play in three 
acts, eight scenes & 5 sets. l4o 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 22Jul47, 
10547 & 13May48, 14289. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Philip Harding 
Jordan; 5Apr71; DU79852. 

JORDAN, VERNON E. 

To form a more perfect union. 33 1. 
(Bridging the gap) Lecture. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 12Apr71; C24857. 

JORGENSEN, LARRY D. 

The magic bow. See STARR, MARIE. 

JOSELOVTTZ, ERNEST A. 

The inheritance; a drama in three acts. 
6th draft. 96 1. © Ernest A. 
Joselovitz; 12Apr71; DU79885 . 

JOSELOVITZ, ERNEST ALLAN. 

Parable; a drama in one act. 16 1. 
® i™ 6 !* Allan Joselovitz; 21Apr71; 

JOUY, ETIENNE DE. 

Guglielmo Tell. See ROSSINI, 
GIACCHINO. 

JOY-OKE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Circle of death. See MILANE, JOHN J. 

JULIAN, CHARLES. 

A purim shpeel; lightly based upon the 
Biblical book of Esther. 1 v. A 
play in 11 scenes. Includes music 
for 1 song. © Charles Julian; 
2Mar71; DU79672. 



KAFKA, FRAHZ. 

Amerika. See HAUBEHSTOCK-RAMATI , 
ROMAN. 

KAHANE, ERIC. 

Demaln la vellle. See BOND, EDWARD. 

KAHIII, BRIAN. 

The ultimate trip. 1st draft, June 1, 
1971. 96 1. A screenplay. 
© Brian Kahin; l4jun71; DU80502. 

KAHIN, BRIAN G. 

The land of the prickly pear; screen- 
play. 2d draft, Oct. 12, 1970. 
103 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
10Jul70; DU77628. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Brian G. Kahin; 
28jan71; DU79210. 

KAHIN, BRIAN GEORGE 

The last extravagance of Emle Walters; 
screenplay. 1st draft. 1J9 1. 
© Brian George Kahin; 9Feb71; 
DU79358. 

KAIREZ, NICHOLAS. 

Joseph Stalin; drama in three a: 
New York, Vantage Press. 98 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l8Feb57, 
Du44l49. NM: translation. © Nicho- 
las Kairez; lDec70; DP7583. 

KALB, VOORHIS & CO. 

Digging for gold. See HOLLOWAY, 

GRAHAM. 
Essentials of selling equity products. 
See NAUHEIM, FERD. 



© Paul Kalina; 



K 



KABA, pseud. See ENGLUND, BRITA. 



KALINA, PAUL. 

They; a play. 90 1. 
13Apr71; DU79906. 



KALISKY, RENE. 

Skandalon; piece en trois parties. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 148 p. fLe 
Manteau d'arlequin) © Editions 
Gallimard; 20Nov70; DFO-1800. 

KALISON, MICHAEL JAY. 

Chronicle of a poisoned dream, by 

Michael Kalison & James Carter; con- 
tributors, Richard Milner, Steven 
Marcus & Henry Hoenig; ed., Richard 
Milner. 1 v. Screenplay. © James 
M. Carter, Jr. & Michael Jay Kalison; 
22Mar71; DU8M76. 

KALTOVTCH, EDITH RUSCONI. 

A complete surrender. See ETCHEMENDY 
MARIA BLANCA LIVINGSTON DE. 

KAMWA, DANIEL. 

Ceremonies dans line mansarde. 73 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Daniel Kamwa; 
30Mar71; DU80212. 

KANE, PATRICIA. 

10 on a shoestring; a three act come- 
dy. 1 v. With music. Book & lyr- 
ics only. © Patricia Kane; 25Mar71; 
DU79539- 
KAPLAN, ALBERT E. 

Consumer protection thru product 
assurance. See QUALITY MANAGEMENT 
ASSOCIATES. 

KAPLAN, JACK ARNOLD. 

Be good or begone. 53 1. A play. 
© Jack Arnold Kaplan; 2Mar71; 
DU79671. 
Pigs is pigs; a playlet. 1 v. 
© Jack Arnold Kaplan; HJan71; 
DU79083. 
The revenge of the chipmunks; or, The 
chipmunks' revenge. 2d draft. 1 v. 
A play. © Jack Arnold Kaplan; 
24Dec70; DU78986. 
KAPLAN, JONATHAN. 

Hustlin' nowhere. See OPATOSHU, DAN. 

KAPLAN, SOL. 

The Eames girl; an original screenplay 



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written by Sol Kaplan & George Pitt 
as employees for hire of Spectrum 
Associates. 104 1. © Spectrum 
Associates, Inc.; 12May71 ; DU8OI56 . 

KARMEN (STEVE) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
The stripper. See CUTLER, ROLAND. 

KASHDAN, GEORGE. 

Batman: The joke's on Robin! 11 1. 
Appl author: National Periodical 

icatlons, Inc., employer for 
hire. © National Periodical Publi- 
cations, Inc.; l8Mar68; DP7607. 

KATSELAS, HILTON. 

To be continued; original screenplay 
by Milton Katselas & William Dul'ty. 
lol 1. , Milton Katselas & William 
Dufty; 20Feb71; DU79535- 

KATZ, BILL. 

Holidayland. See ROBERTS, RUTH. 

KATZ, BLANCHE S. 

Medical terminology, cardiovascular 

system. See EASELY, EWA T. 

Medical terminology, respiratory 

system. See EASELY, EWA T. 

KATZ, FRED. 

Anyman; a musical play; book & lyrics 
by Stan Manus, music by Fred Katz. 
1 v. 4 scenes. © Stan Manus & 
Fred Katz; 28Apr71; DU80041. 

KATZ, LOIS. 

To speak well. 28 1. Script! 
■J Lois Katz; 4jan71; C24387. 

KATZ, STANLEY B. 

Marty in Musicvllle; an animated chil- 
dren's show. 20 1. © Stanley B. 
Katz; 26Mar71; DP7636. 

KAUFMAN, LLOYD. 

Night of the witch. 70 1. A screen- 
play. © Lloyd Kaufman; l6Feb71; 
DU79406. 

KAUFMANN, LAWRENCE. 

The play on Project Hill; a political 
musical for young and old alike. 
1 v. Three acts. Book only. 
© Lawrence Kaufmann; l8Feb71; 
DU79428. 

KAY, JULES M. 

The kosher kings of the Katskills; 
a musical comedy in four acts by 
Jules M. Kay with music by Harold 
Duncan. 28 1. Four acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Jules M. Kay; 
6May71; DU79973- 

KAYE, JONI. 

Angelique, the good tooth fairy; by 
Joni Kaye & Alice M. PastoriUs. 
1 v. A musical play in 3 parts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Joni Kaye & 
Alice M. Pastorius; 27May69; DU7457& 

KAYE, LAURI WALTER. 

Our program. 1 v. Lecture. Appl. 
ti.: Our program, pious brothers 
field of study afflatus. © Lauri 
Walter Kaye; 21Jun71; C25220. 

KEAST, BRENT. 

The real great adventures of Charlatan 
Preston and his sister Sarge. See 
SMITH, ERNEST. 

KEEFE, ADAM. 

Bon voyage, schmuck. See HOAG, 
WILLIAM. 

KEENAN, BILL. 

Batman: Two penguins too many. 10 1. 
Appl. author: National Periodical 
Publications, Inc., employer for 
hire. © National Periodical Publi- 
cations, Inc.; 22Apr68; DP7606. 

KEENE, DONALD. 

Friends. See ABE, K0B0. 



KEIN, SYBIL, pseud. 
CONSUELA M. 



, 



KELLER, FLORENCE J. 

The El and Flo talk show. Authors, 
Florence J. Keller & Elinor V. Kempf. 
Tape scripts. © Florence J. Keller 
& Elinor V. Kempf. 
Tape 

1, side 1, pt.A-B. © 25Jun71; 
C25370. 

KELLEY, WINNIFORD DAVJ D. 

America the beautiful; a patriotic 
pageant play by Win Kelley. 38 1. 

acts. Includes music for 1 song. 
© Win David Kelley; 19Apr71; DU79970. 

KELLMAN, BARNET K. 

The escort; a screenplay & dramatic 
composition. 89 1. © Barnet K. 
Kellman; 22Feb71; DU79449. 

KELLY, DANIEL. 

My Felix; a one act play by Daniel 
Kelly 'c Dennis O'Keefe. 24 1. 
© Daniel Kelly & Dennis O'Keefe; 
5May71; DU8OIO7. 

KELLY, JAMES. See 0' KELLY, SEUMAS. 

KELLY, JO- ANN. 

A gift for Aunt Sarah. 10 1. A play 
in 1 act. © Jo-Ann Kelly; 8Apr71; 
DU79872. 

KELLY, TIM. 

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's 
Chickenman; a comedy in one act. 
Cody, Wyo., Pioneer Drama Service. 
10 p. © Pioneer Drama Service; 
15Sep70; DP7599- 

KELMAN, KENNETH E. 

Morality. 1 v. A play in 15 scenes. 
© Kenneth E. Kelman; l6Mar71; 
DU79667. 

KEMP, ARNOLD. 

Our ancestors speak; a play in one 
act. 35 1. © Arnold Kemp; l6Jun71; 
DU80525 . 

KEMPF, ELINOR V. 

The El and Flo talk show. See 
KELLER, FLORENCE J. 

KEN COOK CO. 

Basic reading. See VAN ROY, CAROL. 

KENDRICK, JOHN. 

Just keep listening! A drama in one 
act. 23 1. © John Kendrick; 
13Jan71; DU79106. 
When the wine is cold. 62 1. A play. 
Appl. states prev. reg. Jan. 1970, 
DU79106. © John Kendrick; 23Mar71; 
DU79732. 

KENIN, MAYA. 

K. L. Lear. 1 v. A play in 5 acts. 
Adapted from Shakespeare's King 
Lear. © Maya Kenin; 26Apr71; 
DU80014. 

KENNAMER, HIROM MONROE, JR. 

Encounter with the Red Baron; script 
for recitation recording by Russ 
Marker, pseud. 4 1. © Hirom Monroe 
Kennamer, Jr.; llMay71; C24998. 

KENNEDY, LENOLA ORTHA WALTER. 

The rebirth of Christ, June, 1970. 
5 1. © Lenola Ortha Walter a.k.a. 
Lenol_ Walter Kennedy; 13Apr71; 
C25015 . 

KENNEDY, MICHAEL. 

Caractacus; libretto of Elgar's dra- 
matic cantata Caractacus, with re- 
visions by Michael Kennedy. 15 1. 
Five scenes. Appl. authors: H. A. 
Acworth & Michael Kennedy. NM: re- 
vision. © Novello & Co., Ltd.; 
19Apr71; DU80136. 



KENSINGER, MRS. J. C. See KENSINGER, 
MARY RAY. 



KENSINGER, MARY RAY. 

Lion of the west; the life and legend 
of Davy Crockett. An epic drama 
with music in three acts. 1 v. 
© Mary Ray Kenslnger (Mrs. J. C. 
Kensinger); 30Jun71; DU80644. 

KERCKHOFF, JOAN, pseud. See HAMMOND, 
JOAN. 

KERNAN, ALVIN B. 

Classics of the Renaissance theater. 
See HUSTON, J. DENNIS. 

KERR, JACK. 

A Christmas carol; book by Jim Bullock, 
lyrics by Jack Kerr & Beverly Ander- 
son, music by Jack Kerr 4 others. 
1 v. A play. Adapted from the 
story by Charles Dickens. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 13Feb70, DU76333. 
NM: revision '; additional music & 
lyrics. © Jim Bullock Ic Jack Kerr; 
l6Feb71; DU793^5- 

KERR, JAY. 

Arthurl A boy becomes king. See 
PETERSON, GEOFFREY R. 

KESS, SIDNEY. 

Audilex presents 1971 individual in- 
come tax refresher course. 89 1. 
Lecture. © Commerce Clearing 
House, Inc.; 29Mar71; C24799. 

KEY, PETER GALE. 

The sacrifice; an original motion pic- 
ture screenplay. 117 1. © Peter 
Gale Key; 26May71; DU80305. 

KEYS, MERELD D. 

Justice, trial and error; a dramatic 
essay including a specially written 
playlet, Antigone in the modern 
world, by Warren Kliewer. 57 1. 
© Mereld D. Keys; 24May71; C25301. 

KHOAN, TO KHAC. See VU KHAC KHOAN. 

KIEFER, WARREN DAVID. 

Night flight; a screenplay. 131 1. 
Appl. states loosely based on the 
novel of Antoine de Saint-Exupery. 
© Warren D. Kiefer; 10Jun71; 
DU80267 . 

KINCH, MARTIN. 

Vampyr. See SCHREIBMAN, PHILLIP. 

KING, ARTHUR H., JR. 

Death of a television set, by Art 
King. 13 1. A play. © Arthur H. 
King, Jr.; 8Mar71; DU79576. 
Glueville, byArt King. 124 1. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Arthur H. King, 
Jr.; 5Apr71; DU79653. 
Tapompkin, by' Art King; a dramatic pro- 
duction intended for the stage. 
12 1. ©Arthur H. King, Jr.; 
22Feb71; DU79452. 

KING, HAROLD R., JR. 

Awwk! A comedy in three acts. 91 1. 
© Harold R. King, Jr.; lFeb71; 
DU79273 . 

KING, P. D. 

I was here before Columbus arrived. 
6 1. Lecture. © P. D. King; 
17May71; C25036. 

KINGSTON, WILLIAM. 

City flower. 2 1. Script. © William 
Kingston; 25Jan71; C24S2?. 

KINNEY, EDWARD J. 

Know your America, by Edward J. 

Kinney, Mrs. Gene Crites & Maxine E. 
Kinney. 6 1. Television script. 
© Edward J. Kinney; 21Jan71; C24430. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



KINNEY, MAXINE E. 
Know your America. 
EDWARD J. 



See KINNEY, 



KIPLINGER WASHINGTON EDITORS, INC. 
Money talks. (Changing times radio) 
Radio scripts. © Klpllnger Washing- 
ton Editors, Inc. 
M-l 9111- © 29Jan71; C24494. 
M-2 9112. © 29Jan71; C2449S . 
M-3 9113. © 4Feb71; C24503 . 
M-4 9114. © 15Mar71; C24707- 
M-5 9115- © 15Mar71; C24708. 
M-6 (9116) © 28Apr71; C24870. 
M-7 (9117) © 28Apr71; C24871. 
M-8-9118. © HMay71; C25031. 
p-49-7801. © 12jan71; C24422. 
F-59-78II. © 12Jan71; C24421. 
P-66-9106. © 12Jan71; C24420. 
P-78-8911. © 12Jan71; C24419. 
P-94-9101. © 4Peb71; C24504. 
p.96-9103. © 25Jan71; C24417. 
P-97-9104. © 25Jan71; C244l8. 
p. 98-9105. © 8Feb71; C24530. 
PM-101 (9108) © 8Feb71; C24S29. 

KIPPHARDT, HEINAR. 

In the matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer. 
(In der Sache J. Robert Oppenheimer) 
A play freely adapted on the basis 
of documents by Heinar Kipphardt; 
translated by Ruth Speirs . London, 
Methuen. 107 p. Two parts. Appl. 
author: John Roberts, employer for 
hire. © on translation; John 
Roberts; 120ct67; DF2084. 

KIRKENDALL, LESTER A. 

Sex education. 1 v. (Monitor instruc- 
tion program, no.180800) Appl. au- 
thors: Lester A. Kirkendall & Ruth 
F. Osborne. © Educational Research 
Associates; 17Jun71; C25303. 

KIRKSEY, HENRY ERVEN. 

The hassle (A study of life) By Van 
Kirksey. 33 1. A play in 4 scenes. 
© Henry Erven Kirksey; 26Mar71; 
DU79775- 

KIRWIN, FREDERICK ROBERT. 

Harold; a play. 33 1- One act. 
© Frederick Robert Kirwin; 3Jun71; 
DU80368 . 
Nelson and Isabelle; a play. 5 1. 
One act. © Frederick Robert Kirwin; 
3Jun71; DU80369. 

KITTREDGE, GEORGE LYMAN. 

The complete works of Shakespeare. 
See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

KtVI, ALEKSIS. 

A translation and acting version of 
the play Nummisuutarit . See 
JOHNSON, RICHARD BYRON. 

KLEEMAN, KENNETH L. 

Doctor's orders. 29 1. Screenplay. 
© Kenneth L. Kleeman; 21Apr71; 
DU79992. 

KLEIN, DORIS M. 

We are what we are; a one-act musical 
comedy. 22 1. © Doris M. Klein; 
22Feb71; DU79448. 

KLEIN, PEARL. 

A trip through Mother Goose land. 
See ABATE, CHRISTINE. 

KLEIN, RICHARD A. 

The plan; motion picture script. 
14 1. © Commercial Credit Corp.; 
6May71; DU80114. 

KLEMPERER, OTTO. 

Das Ziel; vier Opernszenen fuer das 
Musiktheater. 1 v. Partitur. 
© Otto Klemperer; 8Apr71; DU79875- 



KLIEWER, WARREIi. 

The great debate; a play for two 
tors adapted for the stage from 
original transcripts of the Lincoln- 
Douglas debates of 1858. 22 1. 
dramatization & additions. © Warren 
Kliewer; l4Apr71; DU79737- 
Madame Cleo here, at your service; 
a play for one actress. 22 1. 
© Warren Kliewer; HFeb71; DU79389. 

KLINE, ANTHONY ANCH. 

Rehearsal; drama. 39 1- ©A. A. 
Kline; 15Mar71; DU79641. 

KLINE, WILLIAM M. 

Power is the rainbow, by Bill Kline. 
20 1. A play in 7 scenes. 
© William M. Kline; 12Apr71- 
DU79884 . 

KLOP, GEORGE T. 

We hold these truths; a play. 69 1. 
Three acts. © George T. Klop; 
21A D r71; DU79982. 



1L11CC o.i_^J. '^ tj"- 

21Apr71; DU79982. 



KLENTOS, GUS. 

Basic arithmetic scripts. 
ROBERT G. 



See MOON, 



KNAPP, PENNY LEKA. 

The littlest fiddler; story and music 
by Penny Leka. 7 1. © Penny Leka 
Knapp; 19Mar71; C24745. 

KOCK, VIRGINIA D. 

The second shepherd's play. See 
HOBBS, WAYNE. 

KOFF, LORETTA. 

Sara. See SCHREIBER, MONA. 

KOHLER, STUART A. 

Cyclone; a radio script. 27 1. 

© Stuart A. Kohler; 19Feb71; C24521. 
Trois; un evenement pour trois acteur- 
musiciens. 5 1. © Stuart A. 
Kohler; 26Mar71; DU79771. 

KOLAR, ARPAD. 

Fast decision; the script for the 
film by A. Charron, pseud. 45 1. 
© Arpad Kolar; l8Jan71; DU79168. 

KOLLMANN, IGNAZ. 

Der Barbier von Sevilla. See 
ROSSINI, GIOACCHINO. 

KONDEK, CHARLES. 

I am Clarence; a screenplay; from the 
novel of the same title by Elaine 
Kraf. Draft 1. 117 1. Appl. 
states prev. pub. 12Sep6g, A95390. 
NM: additions & revisions. 
© Charles Kondek; 22Mar71; DU79506. 

KONDRATOWICZ, CHESTER. 

Hansen and Gretchen. See JARRATT, 

FLORENCE B. 
Young King Arthur. See JARRATT, 
FLORENCE B. 

KONRAD, ARTHUR H. 

Basic arithmetic scripts. See MOON, 
ROBERT G. 

KOOGLER, THERESA ANN. 

Reunion; a one-act comedy-fantasy by 
Terry Koogler. 14 1. © Terry 
Koogler; 24May71; DU80285 . 

KOPENHAVER, DAVTD A. 

A. recorded cassette lecture series in 
general psychology. 1 v. Forty 
lectures. © David A. Kopenhaver; 
13Apr71; C24872. 

KOPIT, ARTHUR. 

The frog; an original screenplay. 
144 1. © Arthur Kopit; 26Feb71; 
DU79534. 

KOPPEL, RICHARD M. 

Why my patients practice disease con- 
trol. Sheet. Lecture. © Richard 
M. Koppel; 8Jan71; C24473 . 

KORYBUT, WANDA. 

Bad luck, good luck; a play for hand 
puppets. Ashville, Ohio, Puppetry 



Store. 14 p. Five scenes. Adapted 
from Ukranian folk *,ale. r o Puppet- 
eers of America, Inc.; lApr71; 
DP7653 • 

KOSTE, VIRGINIA. 

Alice in wonderland. See DODGSON, 

CHARLES LUTWIDGE. 
Tom Sawyer. See CLEMENS, SAMUEL 
LANGHORNE. 

KOUBA, VICKY I 

Game; a play in oni - '■ 26 1. 
sky Kouba; 22Apr71; DU7 

KOUT, MARIA. 

The mirror; a play for radio. 8 1. 

© Maria Kout; l8May71; DU80229. 
P for peace; a play. 9 1- © Maria 

Kout; l8May71; DU& 
Theatre is dead; long live the 

theatre! 1st draft. 5 1. A play. 
© Maria Kout; l8May71; DV80231. 

KOVSKY, HARRY. 

The lease; a one act play. 15 1. 
© Harry Kovsky; 25Jun71; DU^: 

KOZAK, YITKA R. 

Mr. Sam Cauliflower. 82 1. Screen- 

olay. S Yi^ka R. Kozak; 15Apr71; 

DU80102. 
The sins of Jean Jacques Rousseau. 

49 1. A play in 9 scenes. 

© Yitka R. Kozak; 27May71; DU80315- 

KRACZEK, JOHN PAUL. 

Make it all new; an original musical. 
Book & lyrics by J. P. Kraczek, 
music by Stan Kraczek. Rev. Feb. 
1970. 1 v. Two acts. Appl. states 
song I've only known you for a mo- 
ment prev. reg- as I won't forget 
you, 7Feb68, EU36724. © John Paul 
Kraczek & Stanley Kraczek; 4Jan71; 
DU79002 . 

KRACZEK, STANLEY. 

Make it all new. See KRACZEK, JOHN 

PAUL. 

KRAF, ELAINE. 

I am Clarence. See KONDEK, CHAR1J'. 

KRAHBERGER, FRANZ. 

The production; Aktionsstuck wider die 
Fliessbandgesellschaft. Wien, Uni- 
versal Edition. 39 P- German. 
©Universal Edition, A.G.; 2Feb70; 
DFO-1805. 

KRAMER, HARVEY. 

Captain Fifi's dream. 31 1- Screen- 
play. © Harvey Kramer; 10May71; 
DU80146 . 

KRAMER, ROBERT E. 

There was always tomorrow, until to- 
day, by o-, pseud. 24 1. A Dlay. 
© Robert E. Kramer; 26Jan71; DU79270. 

KRAMISEN, RICHARD S. 

Cubes, by Richard Kramisen & Don 

Cohen. 43 1. Screenplay. 

© Richard S. Kramisen & Don Cohen; 

8Mar71; DU79578. 
Save the virgin for me! A screenplay. 

105 1. © Richard S. Kramisen; 

7Jan71; DU79049. 

KRAUSE, HAROLD A. 

For works with introduction by 
Harold A. Krause See: 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 
HERMAN, FRED. 

KRENZKE, RAYMOND E. 

Beauty and the beast, by Raymond E. 
Krenzke & Kathleen F. Doll. 1 v. 
A play. Includes music for Pro- 
logue. © Raymond E. Krenzke & 
Kathleen F. Doll; 29Jan71; DU79298. 

KRESGE (S. S.) CO. 

Charge it, please. See HANDY (JAM) 

PRODUCTIONS . 



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Kresbuyright. 

CORP. 
The office cashier. See HANDY 
(JAM) PRODUCTIONS. 

KRINTZMAN, DONALD JULIAN. 

Nicole. 67 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Donald Julian Krintzman; 22Feb71; 
DU79t56. 
The waiting room; a play in one act. 
28 1. © Donald Julian Krintzman; 
22Feb71; DU79"55. 

KRITIKOS, VIRGINIA 3. 

Hello there! I'm Rudolph Valentino! 
A musical comedy }n four a- 
1 i l. Book & lyrics only. © Vir- 
ginia 0. Kritlkos; 9Apr71; DU79648. 

KROKER, KENNETH W. 

Rebus: a picture is worth 1000 words. 
1 v. Television script. © Kenneth 
W. Kroker; 25Jun71; C25221. 

KROUSE, MORTON. 

The first woman cadet at West Point 
Academy; a short two act play. 
18 1. © Morton Krouse; 2Mar71; 
DU79673. 
The first woman cadet at West Point 
Academy; a short two act play. 1 v. 
Appl. states orev. refz. 2Mar71, 

: Ltlo . ' orton 
Krouse; Mar71; DU79832. 

, CARL. 
Puff ;ic dragon; screenplay by 
Carl Krueger, adaptation by William 
C. Anderson: based on a 
novi - !. nderson. 

Based on The magnificent 
madam & The gooney bird. Appl. 
sta J4Aug70, 

NM: additions & revisions. 
ueger S: Jacarda Films. 
; ar71; D'J79575- 

KRUESI, GERALEINE F. 

fan tree; litrett.-' for an operetta 
in 2 s ldine F. Brady, 

I . " ">k ' lyric -: only, 
r aid 1 
DU79"< 

KUHN, CHARLES DANA. 

Conceptual criminalistics, an over- 
view. 16 1. Lecture. C Charles 
Dana Kuhn; lFebTl; C24533. 

KULBERG, JESSE. 

Portraits of a West. See H0CKEN- 
SMITH, ALLADINE BELL. 

. 
New heaven and earth; a play by 
Kenneth Lee Kulhawy; lyrics by 
Kenneth Lee Kulhawy, music by 

lam T. Chandler'. 75 1. Two 
acts. 3ook &- lyrics only. 

nneth Lee Kulhawy; 16Mar71; 
DU79^72. 

KURLANSKY, MARK JONATHAN. 

-he settling of the wind; a non- 
historical anti-pageant in five 
acts. 86 1. £ Mark J. Kurlansky; 
24Feb71; DU79494. 
Where roses fade; a one-act play. 
1 v. r "ark J. Kurlansky; 24Feb71; 
DU79495. 

KUROSAWA, AKIRA. 

The seven samurai; a film by Akira 
Kurosawa; English translation & 
introd . by Donald Richie . New York 
[appl. states: England] Simon & 
Schuster. 224 p. (Modern film 
scripts) Translation of Shichinin 
no samurai. Appl. author: Lorrimer 
Pub . , Ltd . , employer for hire of 
translator. © on translation & 
descriDtion of action; Lorrimer 
Pub., Ltd.; l6Apr70; AF32700. 



KUSHNER, WILLIAM. 

Fag! 1 v. A play. © William 

Kushner; 29Jun71; DU80640. 

Happy; a one-act play. 37 1. 

© William Kushner; lMar71; DU79516. 

KUTNER, LUIS. / 

Rights and responsibilities at the / 
university. 36 1. Lecture. 
© Commerce Clearing House, Inc.; 
21Apr71; C25030. 



L.C.W. See LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE 
APOSTLES, TURNERSVILLE, N.J. 

LABICHE, EUGENE. 

Bon voyage. See MABLEY, EDWARD H. 

LACK, BLANCA ROSA FERNANDEZ DE. 
Hablemos Espanol. See LACK, 
KELVIN A. 

LACK, KELVIN A. 

Hablemos Espanol. Lesson 4. By 
Kelvin A. Lack & Blanca Rosa 
Fernandez de Lack. 45 1. © Kelvin 
A. Lack & Blanca Rosa Fernandez de 
Lack; l4jun71; C25265. 

LACKNER, JEROME R. 

The contraception heresy. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Jerome R. 
Lackner; 21Jun71; DU80567. 

LADERMAN, EZRA. 

And David wept; a cantata by Ezra 
Laderman & Joe Darion. 2 v. 
© Joe Darion & Ezra Laderman; 
4Jan71; DU79007. 

LAFFONT (ROBERT) EDITIONS. 

Theatre III. See CESBRON, GILBERT. 

LAGUSKER, IRWIN S. 

Only the Army can save the country. 
lT-t 1. A screenplay. © Irwin S. 
Lagusker; 17May71; DU80228. 

LAHR, JOHN, ed. 

Showcase 1: plays from the Eugene 

O'Neill Foundation. New York, Grove 
Press. 220 p. NM: introd., notes, ' 
editing & compilation. © on 
introd.; John Lahr; 17Mar70 (in no- 
tice: 1969); A250903. 

LAMB, MARGARET. 

School for spinsters; a play in six 
scenes. 66 1. © Margaret Lamb; 
25Jun71; DU80604. 

IAMB, MYRNA. 

The mod Donna and Scyklon Z; plays 
of women's liberation. New York, 
Pathfinder Press. 200 p. (A Merit 
book) © on introd.; Myrna Lamb; 
HJan71 (in notice: 1970); A210243. 

The two-party system. 1 v. A play. 
©Myrna Lamb; 22Jan71; DU79055 . 

LAMMERS, STANTON M. 

Camping out with Romulus and Remus. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Stanton 
M. Lammers; 17Feb71; DU79482. 

LANDAU, WALTER. 

Goodnight grandpa; paragraphs . . . 
taken from Andre Schwartz-Bart's 
novel, The last of the just. 53 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Walter Landau; 
26Feb71; DU79605. 

LANGAN, WILLIAM. 

Algernon the ambulance. 3 1. Script. 
~cope: 23Apr71; C24921. 

LANGELAND, MARTIN. 

Stygian hues; a dance verse drama. 
1 v. © Martin Langeland; 12May71; 
DU80151. 



\ 



LANTER, THOMAS E. 

Welcome home Gabrl.-l . L( 1. A play. 
© Thomas E. Lanter; 24Mar71; 
DU7 ' 



SPIN. 
Play. ' 1 . Irlspin 1 -irangelra; 

22Mar71; DU7'/ 



LARK, MARGE. 
Wild bird. 



See ASTER, BETTY ELGART. 



LAROE, JAMES. 

Number one (Blackouts on the Presiden- 
cy) A political satire. 1 v. 
Three acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
IOJUI69, DU748l6. NM: revisions. 
© James LaRoe; lLMar71; DU796l6. 

LARSON, BOB. 

Bob Larson speaks out on rock music; 
manuscript of the oral presentation 
of the LP record. 8 1. O Bob 
Larson; l6Feb71; C24514. 
Bob Larson speaks out on rock music; 
manuscript of the oral presentation 
of the tape. 1 v. © Bob Larson: 
l6Feb71; C24513. 

LARSON, DAVID JEREMY. 

Snakes. 45 1. A play. © David 
Jeremy Larson; 24Feb71; DU79491. 

LARSON, JACK. 

June/moon. (In New theatre for now, 
edited and with an introd. by Edward 
Parone. New York, Dell Pub. Co. 
p. 51-60) © Jack Larson; 27Apr71; 
DP7696. 

LARSON, MARNA. 

Marshblossom; a musical drama. 1 v. 
Twelve scenes. © Marna Larson; 
2Apr71; DU79825. 

LASKE, OTTO ERNST. 

On principles of artistic communica- 
tion. 50 1. © Otto E. Laske; 
17Feb71; C24606. 

LASKOS, ANDREW ADAM. 

The John and Sitting Bull session; 
a television script. 33 1. 
© Andrew Adam Laskos; 22Feb71; 
DU80135 • 

LASZLO, ANDREW. 

The Countess is back. 142 1. Screen- 



Play. 
DU8OI53 



Andrew Laszlo; 12May71; 



LAWRENCE/JEROME. *^ 

The night Thoreau spent in jail: 
play by Jerome Lawrence <v Robei - 
Lee. New York, Hill & Wang. 104 p. 
(A Spotlight dramabook) Two acts." 
© Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee; 
25Mar71 (in notice: 1970); DP7644. 

LAWSON, EDWARD C. 

One, true, free, or; a screenplay. 
194 1. © Edward C. Lawson; l6Jun71; 
DU80523 . 

LAWSON, ELLEi: REYNOLDS, ed. 

Red Riding Hood; a drawing-room bur- 
lesque by Bion Reynolds. 1 v. 
Eight scenes. With music. Book S- 
lyrics only. € Ellen Reynolds 
Lawson; 19Feb71; DU79285. 

LAWYERS CO-OPERATIVE PUB. CO. 

U.S. Supreme Court: Audio-Lex edition. 
See LOUISELL, DAVID W. 

LAYCOCK, DELPHA. 

Santa's Christmas satellite. See 
CROUT, GEORGE. 

LAZARUS, LORY. 

The Utopian and the scab, by Lory 
Lazarus; background music by Bill 
Turner. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
i.;atice Productions; 12Apr71; 
DU79890 . 



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LAZATICE PRODUCTIONS. 

The Utopian and the scab. See 
LAZARUS, LORY. 

LEACH, WILFORD. 

Carmilla, by Wilford Leach; music by 
Ben Johnson. 40 1. A play In 
13 parts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Wilford Leach; 10Feb71; DU79148. 

Carmilla. See JOHNSTON, BEN. 

Gertrude; or, Would she be pleased to 
receive it? A mystery by Wilford 
Leach; music by Ben Johnston. 17 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Wilford 
Leach; 10Feb71; DU79474. 

LEADER, JOAN PHYLLIS. 

A cocker spaniel. 3 1. One act. 
© Joan Phyllis Leader; 22Apr71r 
DU80017. ' 

LEBANO, EDOARDO A. 

Pensaci, Giacomio. See PIRANDELLO, 
LUIGI. 

LEBIAK, ANDREW. 

Andy's studio. 11 1. a play. 

Includes lyrics for 1 song. 
© Andrew Lebiak; 12Apr71; DU80077. 
The calculation. 14 1. A musical 

play Book & lyrics only. © Andrew 

Lebiak; 12Apr71; DU80076. 
John is John. 51 1. A rnu.sical play 

in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 

© Andrew Lebiak; 12Apr71; DU80078. 

LE BROCQUY, LOUIS. 

The playboy of the Western World. See 
SYNGE, JOHN MILLINGTON. 

LEDERER, WILLIAM L. 

Where the goose goes; screenplay. 
160 1. © William L. Lederer; 
2Apr71; DU80064. 

LEE, BOB. 

The cavalcade of the West. See 
JONES, LOYD. 

LEE, PAGE. 

Cave-out. See CURRAN, GEORGE. 
Mrs. Pickiwicki plots again. See 
CURRAN, GEORGE PORTER. 

LEE, R. G. 

This is remember. 30 1. (Ministers 
tape play, 447-117) Tape script. 
© Broadman Films; Uun71; C25193. 

LEE, ROBERT E. 

The night Thoreau spent in jail. See 
LAWRENCE, JEROME. 

LEEDS MUSIC, LTD. 

Jesus Christ superstar. See 
WEBBER, ANDREW LLOYD. 

LEEDS, WARNER M., III. 

Colorado for lovers. 9 1. © Broyles, 
Allebaugh & Davis, Inc.: 28jan71; 
C24519. 

LEPKOWITZ, MIKE. 

The Jew man cometh. See RUBIN 
JEFF. ' 

LEHMAN, LEWIS W. 

Really really really; an original 
screenplay. 98 1. © Lewis W. 
Lehman; 8jun71; DU8o4l5. 

LEHNER, STEPHEN S. 

A threepenny Christmas; or, The legend 
of Nick the saint. Book & lyrics by 
Stephen Lehner, music by Kenneth 
Wannberg. 1 v. Two acts. © Ste- 
phen S. Lehner & Kenneth Wannberg; 
26Jan71; DU79271. 

LEIBU, DOLLEE. 

Count down; an original musical 
comedy in two acts. 1 v. 
© Dollee Leibu; 26Apr71; DU80027 . 

LEIDER, ROBERT S. 

Morgan Rutherford; or, How people 



come and go in the Bland Hotel. 
A musical in seven acts. 58 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert S. 
Leider; 7Jun71; DU80234. 

LEIGHTON-HERRMAHN, TEDD. 

Om. 1 v. A screenplay in 13 scenes. 
© Tedd Lelghton-Herrmann; 27May71; 
DU803;iO . 

LEITER, ROBERT A. 

Either/or; an original screenplay. 
45 1. © Robert A. Leiter; 19Jan71; 

DU79184. 

LEIVA SEGURA, JOSE LUIS. 

The loss; one act play by Jose Luis 
Leiva. 10 1. © Jose Luis Leiva 
Segura; 7Jun?l; DU80407 . 
El siguiente; one act play by Jose 
Luis Leiva. 13 1 . © Jose Luis 
Leiva Segura; 7Jun71; DU80406. 

LEKA, PENNY. See KNAPP, PENNY LEKA. 

LENGYEL, MELCHIOR. 

Antonia. See KALMAN CHARLES. 

LENOIR, ELAINE S. 

For works by Elaine S. Lenoir See 
JASTER, MARGARET S. 

LENTZ, ROBERT L. 

The filthy weed; a play in two acts by 
Bob Lentz. Rev. complete version. 
39 1. ©Robert L. Lentz; 3Mar71; 
DU79542. 

LEOKUM, LEONARD. 

The Martian Earth show. 22 1. A 

screenplay. © Phos-Cine Productions, 
Inc.; 7Jan71; DU79043. 

LEON, FELIX. 

The fat boy; a one-man multi-media 
entertainment by Felix Leon & Howard 
Da Silva. 1 v. © Felix Leon & 
Howard Da Silva; 28jun71; DU80627. 

LEREBOURS, MICHEL PHILIPPE 

Le ™i: 15 1. A play. © Michel 

Philippe Lerebours; 22Jan71; DU79222. 

LESKOFF, JACK. 

East of the sun. See LOBL, MURIEL. 



LESLIE, HURLEY. 

Clown of chocolate. 
RICHARD R. 



See MINICHIELLO, 



LESLIE, KEITH. 

Am ?£i£ an snowca se travel tapes. See 
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSN. 

LESTER 3 JERRY. 

The sex revolution; a dissertation on 
sex with ... sketches. 15 1. 
© Jerry Lester; 22Jan71; C24431. 

LETBETTER, PATRICIA ANN. 

Color capers. 13 1. Script. 

© Patricia Ann Letbetter; HMar71; 
C24705 . 

LEVESQUE, RAYMOND WARREN. 

The skis; a. play in three acts. 
1 v. © Raymond Warren Levesque & 
Stephany Cole Levesque; 17May71; 
DU80225 . 

LEVESQUE, STEPHANY COLE. 

The skis. See LEVESQUE, RAYMOND 
WARREN. 

LEVIN, ELIZABETH. 

And the old man had 2 sons. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Elizabeth 
Levin; 2gjun71; DU80635. 

LEVINE, DAVID. 

Between man and dog. 2 sheets. 
© David Levine; 2Apr71; C24793. 

LEVINE, EMMANUEL. 

Hotel conversations. 1 v. A play. 
© Emmanuel Levine; 2Jun71; DU80447. 



LEVINSON, GARY D. 

Escape; an original musical play by 
Gary Levinson k Fred Ewing. 
1 v. Nine scenes. © Gary D. 
Levinson & Fred L. Ewing; 21Jun71; 
DU80563 . 

LEVINSON, WILLI AM G. 

The great snatch; original story & 
r.':reenplay by William Levinson in 
association with Ken Friedman. 
121 1. © William G. Levinson; 
2Jun71; DU8036O. 

LEVITT, DAVID. 

Castle on the Dee; book Sc score by 
David Levitt, lyrics by Elva Mangold. 
72 1. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
24Aug64, DU60918 8c 9May66, DU65748. 
NM: additions 8-. revisions. © David 
Levitt; 4Mar71; DU79549. 

LEVITT, SAUL. 

The trial of the Catonsville nine. 
See BERRIGAN, DANIEL, FATHER. 

LEW, KENNETH A. 

Problem with Nelson. See JAFFE 
BRIAN M. ' 



LEWIS, CARL H. 

The beginning and the end. 86 1. 

A play in two acts. © Carl H. Lewis 

16Feb71; DU79407. 
The. songwriter's life. 22 1. A play 

in 2 acts. Includes lyrics f or" 1 

song. © Carl H. Lewis; 4jun71; 

DU80449. 

LEWIS, MRS. CHARLES A. See LEWIS, 
DOROTHY R. 

LEWIS (DONALD D.) ADVERTISING, INC. 
Days*Ease fly-trap. See PHILLIPS, 
KALMAN. 

LEWIS, DOROTHY R. 

Courtship of Miles Standish; short 
playlet adapted from the poem by 
Longfellow. 13 1. Seven scenes. 
©Mrs. Charles A. Lewis (Dorothy R. 
Lewis); 20Apr71; DU80069. 

LEWIS, IRA, pseud. See METSKY, IRA 
LEWIS . 

LEWIS, KATHRYN MONICA. 

Color me green; a program in preopera- 
tive instruction. 1 v. English S.- 
Spanish. © Kathryn Monica Lewis; 
28Aug70; C24868. 
Color me green (Pediatrics) A program 
in preoperative instruction. 1 v. 
English & Spanish. © Kathrvn Monica 
Lewis; 28Aug70; C24867. 

LIBERTY ARTIST SERVICES, INC. 

The love doctor. See MACPHERSON, DON. 
Moll Flanders. See HOLDEN, PAUL. 

LIBRARY FILMSTRIP CENTER. 

Eor works claimed by Library Film- 
strip Center See PRIESTIZY, 
VIOLET. 

LICHTMAN, PAUL B. 

Love and the unemployment line, by 
Paul B. Lichtman & Michael J . 
Weinberger. 33 1. © Paul 3. 
Lichtman & Michael S. Weinberger; 
27May71; DU803H. 

LICHTMAN, PAUL BERNHARD. 

Fensterheim, by Lee Paulman, pseud. 
17 1. Monolog. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 22Jul70, C23703. NM: additions 
S: revisions. © Paul Bernhard 
Lichtman; lFeb71; C24534. 
Where's Fensterheim, by Paul B. 

Lichtman p.k.a. Lee Paulman. 25 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 22Jul70, 
C23703. NM: additions. © Paul 
Bernhard Lichtman; 10Mar71; C24702. 



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Whyler. 18 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Fensterheim, 22Jul70, 
C23703. NM: revisions 8c additions. 
© Paul Bernhard Llchtman; l4jun71; 
0252^ • 

LICKLIDER, NAN RUC 

Valeric . Re\ . Jan. 1971. 1 v. A 
play in i ' . D Man R. Licklider; 
JPeb I . • • \h. 

LIEBENSPERGER, MERLE LESLTE. 

The encounter; a dramatic adaptation 
intended for the screen. 64 1. 
© Merle Leslie Leihensperger; 
28jun71; DU80438. 

LIEBLEIN, WALTER. 

r ewige Gatte, by Fedor Mlchailo- 
witsch Dostojewskij; dramai ; 
vier Akten und einem Nachspiel von 
Walter Lieblein. Wien, Universal 
Edition. 117 P- © Universal Edi- 
tion, A.G.; 29Mar71; DFO-l8l6. 

LIEBMAN, HERBERT. 

The sacrifice. 10 1. A play. 

lerbert Liebman; 22Feb71; 0079465. 

LIEBSON, LAURENCE S. 

Flare of the peacock; a comedy by 

Jeremy L. Evans, pseud. 1 v. Three 
acts. © Jeremy L. Evans; 19Jan71; 
DU79060. 

LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF VIRGINIA. 

She's called Virginia. 1 v. Script. 
© Life Insurance Co. of Virginia; 
28May71; C 25 217. 

LIGHTSTONE, PETER. 

Stenya; an original feature film 
screenplay. Ill 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 30Jul70; DU77787. NM: 
revisions. © Peter Lightstone; 
l6Feb71; DU79410. 

LILLENAS PUB. CO. 

New life in Him. See PUGH, GARALD. 

LILLING, WILLIAM A. 

Draino. 94 1. Screenplay. © William 
A. Lilling; 25Jan71; DU79232. 

Freddie's Christmas present. 72 1. 
Screenplay. © William A. Lilling; 
l6Apr71; DU79955- 

LINCOLN, C. ERIC. 

Bridging the gap: Thought and action. 

25 1. (Bridging the gap) Lecture. 

© Institute for Religious & Social 

Studies; 12Aor71; C24862. 
Power and ideals: Definition. 23 1. 

(Bridging the gap) Lecture. 

© Institute for Religious & Social 

Studies; 12Apr71; C24846. 

LIND, CARY ALAN. 

The I'd like to make this perfectly 
clear talking blues. Sheet. © Cary 
Alan Lind; 25Jan71; C24487. 

LINDBERG, GEORGE. 

The truth about lie detection. 13 1. 
Lecture. Appl. states prev. pub. 
Jan. 1968, B399349. NM: additions. 
© Security World Pub. Co., Inc.; 
25Jun71; C25223. 

LINDEN, BARBARA J. 

Creation. See ROSENBERG, IRA. 

Tribe; an environmental theatre piece 
for children written & developed by 
Barbara Linden. 15 1. © Barbara J. 
Linden; 2Feb71; DU79741. 

LINDON, JOHN A. 

The treatment of a severely delinquent 
young man; a case report. 30 1. 
© Psychiatric Research Foundation; 
llJan71; C24658. 



450-644 0-72-4 



LINDSEY, RANl'V ;. 

A time to laugh; written by Toby 
, pse'id. I 1 . A play. 

■ i . 1. 1A| i?l ; DU79807. 

LINGAFELTER, BARBARA Z. 

A piece of each self; a play in two 
acts & five scenes. 66 1. 
© Barbara Z. Lingafelter; l6Jun71; 
DU80515. 

LINK, FREDERICK M. 

Aureng-Zebe. See DRYDEN, JOHN. 

LINK, RON. 

» li porgie. 62 1. A play. 
S Dawson Scott; ] n71; DU80293 . 

LINN, DON R. 

What S.O.B. opened that door? 101 1. 
A screenplay. © Don R. Linn; 
I4jun71; DU80504. 

LINN, LOUIS. 

Emotional security for each and all. 
30 1. (Bridging the gap) Lecture. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 12Apr71; C24847. 

LINNEY, ROMULUS 1. 

The love suicide at Schofield Bar- 
racks; a play in two acts. 1 v. 
© Romulus Linney; 10Feb71; DU79359- 

LIPP, FRIEDA. 

We can't imagine; a one-act play. 
36 1. © Frieda Lipp; 13May71; 
DU80160. 

LIPSCHUTZ, PAUL. 

The dog-pound; a play in two acts by 
Wilson Wyler, pseud. 1 v. © Wilson 
Wyler; 2Feb71; DU79306. 
Frank and Geraldine, by Wilson Wyler, 
pseud. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Paul Lipschutz; 27May71; DU8O309. 
Geraldine and the rolling river; 
a play in three acts by Wilson 
Wyler, pseud. 1 v. © Paul 
Lipschutz; 22Apr71; DU79998. 
The golden vitamin; a play in three 
acts by Wilson Wyler, pseud. 1 v. 
© Paul Lipschutz; 19Feb71; DU79292. 
The three vows of Wu Sin; a play in 
four acts by Wilson Wyler, pseud. 
DU805 8 f. FaUl Llpschutz ; 12Jul ?l; 
The twenty dollar bill; a one-hour 
play by Wilson Wyler, pseud. 30 1. 
© Paul Lipschutz; 19Feb71; DU79291 . 
Young people wanted; play for tele- 
vision in three acts by Wilson 
Wyler, pseud. 1 v. © Paul 
Lipschutz; 27May71; DU80308. 

LIPTON, HELEN DUBERSTEIN. 

Time shadows (A visit from Grandma) 
By Helen Duberstein. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Helen Duberstein 
Lipton; lApr71; DU79806. 

LIQUE, B. LYNNE. 

Myth, by B. Lynne Lique; music & lyrics 
by John Rosina. 11 1. Book only. 
© B. Lynne Lique; 24jun71; DU80455. 

LITKE, ALLEN. 

The sperm of Lucifer White. See 

MALJEAN, JEAN RAYMOND. 



LITTELL, EDWARD M. 

New enemy; a drama. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Edward M. Littell; 23Jun71; 
DU80590 . 

LITTLE, ANASTAZIA. 

Don't fail your lovin' daddy, Lily 
Plum. See SCHLOSSER, PETER. 

LITVACK, BARRY. 

Back to school (The effect of Ameri- 
ca's foreign policy on its youth: 
dread, drive and dollars: loose 
energy) 17 1. a play. © Barry 
Litvack; HJan71; DU79084. 



Falling away from the acid time: 

a triptych. 45 1 . A play. © Barry 
Litvack; 19Apr71; DU79969. 

LIVINGSTON DE ETCHEMENDY, MARIA BLANCA. 
See ETCHEMENDY, MARIA BLANCA 
LIVINGSTON DE. 

LIVINGSTON., JANE. 

Breaking through. 41 1. A musical 
- < nplay. Book S- lyrics 1 
1 :ine Livingston; 3May71; DU80071. 

LIVINGSTON, PATH! CIA. 

The man who saved God; a play in three 
acts. 58 1. © Patricia Livingston; 
I r71; DU79893. 

LOBL, MURIEL. 

East of the sun, by Muriel Lobl fr Jack 
Leskoff. 1 v. (An Early stages 
production, program no. 5) Screen- 
play. © Jack Leskoff & Muriel Lobl; 
28jun71; DU80626. 

L0CKW00D, LEON. 

Willy's gone, by Bruce Lockwood & Joe 
Wiezycki. 1 v. A screenplay. 
© Mix Ten Motion Pictures, Inc.; 
26Feb71; DU79322- 

LOEN- BRANDT, INC. See BRANDT (S.) 
CORP. 

LOGAN, AARON, pseud. See JACKSON, 
DOUGLAS W. 

LOL-HA, QUEEN, pseud. See ATCHESON, 
MURIEL. 

LOLLIPOP DRAGON PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

The adventures of the Lollipop Dragon. 
1 v. Recording scripts. © Lolli- 
pop Dragon Productions, Inc.; 
29Jan71; C24603 . 

LOMBARDINO, MARIA. 

The black victory. See LOMBARDINO, 

PASQUALE . 

LOMBARDINO, PASQUALE. 

The black victory; or, The insurrec- 
tion of the American black. A 
tragedy in three acts; written by 
Pasquale Lombardino; translated by 
Maria Lombardino. 1 v. © Pasquale 
Lombardino; 21May71; DU80281. 

LOMMEN, DAVID HAROLD. 

Now they sing again. See FRISCH, 
MAX. 

LOMMEN, JANICE VIVIAN. 

Now they sing again. See FRISCH, 
MAX. 



LONDON, BELLE E. 

Joey and the upter; a play for young 
people in one act. 41 1. © Belle 
E. London; l8jan71; DP7587 . 

LONG, JOHN ARTHUR. 

The touch of kindness; book by J. Ar- 
thur Long & Chester Fredric Meyer, 
music & lyrics by J. Arthur Long, 
Dominick V. Lorusso & Chester Fred- 
ric Meyer. 57 1. Two acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © John Arthur Long, 
Chester Fredric Meyer, Dominick V. 
Lorusso; lApr71; DU79595- 



LONG, JOHN LUTHER. 
Madame Butterfly. 
GIACOMO. 



See PUCCINI, 



LONG, SAMUEL. 

Journey to dynamic living. 1 v. Ten 
tape scripts. © Rohr Corp.; 
26May71; C25155. 

LONGCHAMPS, RICHARD. 

Ticket; a play in one act. 16 1. 
© Richard Longchamps; 25Mai 
DU79568. 

LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH. 

Courtship of Miles Standish. See 
LEWIS, DOROTHY R. 



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LOOMS, BESS. 
The cup of love. 
BARBARA C. 



DRAMAS 



See DORN, 



LUBIHSKY, HERMAN. 
MUSIC CO. 



See CROSSROADS 



LORD, DAVID. 

The sea journey; a story in music for 
young people. Music by David Lord, 
text by Michael Dennis Browne. 
[England] Universal Edition. 48 p. 
Score. © Universal Edition (London) 
Ltd.; 17Jun70; D?7598. 

LORENZINI, CARLO. 

Pinocchio. See HARRINGTON, EDITH 

RUSSELL. 
Pinocchio. See VACCA, MICHELE L. 

LORRIMER PUB., LTD. 

If. See ANDERSON, LINDSAY. 

Le Jour se leve. See CARNE, MARCEL. 

^CHOLAif^- SSe UMNHAM ' 

Le petit soldat. See GODARD, JEAN- LUC 

Pierrot le fou. See GODARD, JEAN- 

LUC . 
Rules of the game. See RENOIR, JEAN 
The seven samurai. See KUROSAWA, 

AKIRA . 
The trial. See WELLES, ORSON. 

LORUSSO, DOMINICK VICTOR. 

The touch of kindness. See LONG, 
JOHN ARTHUR. 

LOTT, MILES, JR. 

Room 222: we bombed at Walt Whitman. 
31 1. A play. © Miles Lott, Jr.; 
15Apr71; DU79927. 

LOTZ, HERBERT F. 

The knowledge tree of wine. 5 1. 
© Herbert F. Lotz; 7Apr71; C24808. 

LOUISELL, DAVID W. 

U.S. Supreme Court: Audio-Lex edition. 
Tape scripts. © Bancroft-Whitney 
Co. & Lawyers Co-Operative Pub. Co. 
Apr. 21, 1971. © 13May71; C25024. 
Apr. 29, 1971. © 13May71; '025026. 
May 21, 1971. © 24 May 7ij C25025 . 
U.S. Supreme Court: audio-lex panel 
discussion. 35 1. Tape script. 
© Bancroft-Whitney Co.; lApr71; 
C24732. 

LOVE, CHARLES R. 

Power play; a play in three acts. 
108 1. © Charles R. Love; 9Jun71; 
DU80423. 

LOVELL, KIRK. 

Play. 53 1. © Kirk Lovell & Lee W. 

Lovell; 17Peb71; DU79421. 
The poet is dead; a play in one act. 

17 1. © Kirk Lovell & Lee W. 

Lovell; 17Feb71; DU79422. 

LOVELL, LEE W. 

Play. See LOVELL, KIRK. 
The poet is dead. See LOVELL, 
KIRK. 



LOWE, JAMES E. 
The hard road. 
CURTIS B. 



See TAYLOR, 



LOWE, JOHN PATRICK. 

An island called lonely. See 
DUHART, LARRY ALLAN. 

LOWE, LOLLIE. 

Moral lesson -- there is no place 
like home on the camp out. See 
RUFFIN, MARTY. 

LOWERY MUSIC CO., INC. 

The story of Adam and Eve. See 
TEMPLE, VAN Q. 

LUBETKIN, STEVEN. 

Rap; or, Do nuns wear pantyhose? A 
two act comedy. 231 1. © Steven 
Lubetkin; l8Jan71; DU79195. 



LUCAS, JAMES A. 

Mass for the poor. 1 v. With music. 
© James A. Lucas; l4jun71; DU80323. 

LUCAS, LAWRENCE E. 

A black church: The power and the gap. 
4l 1. (New concepts of the minis- 
ter's role — new f 017ns of commu- 
nity life) Lecture. © Institute 
for Religious >s. Social Studies; 
12Apr71; C24851. 

LUCE, CLARE BOOTHE. 

Slam the door softly; play in one act. 
Dramatists Play Service. 21 p. 
Appl. states prev. pub. & reg. 
I60et70, B6I7289. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Clare Boothe Luce; 
17Febyi: DP7581. 

LUCINI, G. B., ABATE. 

Rosaura. See SCARLATTI, ALESSANDRO. 

LUDLAM, CHARLES. 

Bluebeard; a melodrama in three acts. 
43 1. © Charles Ludlam; 3May71; 
DU80093 . 

LUDWIG, MYLES ERIC. 

The escapists. 106 1. Screenplay. 
Appl. author: Gorilla Productions, 
employer for hire. © Gorilla Pro- 
ductions; 3Mar71; DU79354. 

LUIPPOLD, ROBERT MILTON. 

Laguna; dramatic composition in 5 
scenes. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 10Feb69, DU74435 & 3Mar70, 
DU76486. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Robert Milton Luippold; lApr71: 
DU79742. v ' ' 

Lagunatics; dramatic composition. 
31 1. Five scenes. Appl. states 
prev. reg. lApr71, DU79742. NM: re- 
visions & additions. © Robert 
Milton Luippold; 28jun71; DU8063I. 

LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE APOSTLES, 
TURNERSVILLE, N.J. 

The Last Supper — more than just a 
painting. See BAUMGARTNER, 
CAROLYN P. 

LYCEUM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Haiku: the mood of earth. See ATWOOD, 
ANN. 

LYDENBERG, STEVEN. 

Antigone: borne and reborn. 72 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Steven 
Lydenberg; 17May71; DU80222. 

LYNCH, HAL. See LYNCH, HAROLD V., JR. 

LYNCH, HAROLD. 

Spaceship to cloudland; a play for 
marionettes. Ashville, Ohio, Pup- 
petry Store. 20 p. Two acts. 
© Puppeteers of America, Inc . ; 
lApr71; DP7652. 

LYNCH, HAROLD V., JR. 

Doodlebug picnic; a children's Play; 
book & lyrics by Hal Lynch. 42 1. 
A musical in 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Harold V. Lynch, Jr.; 
22Jun71; DU80534. 

LYNCH, MARK OWEN. 

The handwriting on the wall; a play in 
1 act. 21 1. © Mark Owen Lynch; 
22Mar71; DU79726. 

LYNN, KENNETH S. 

5 comedies. See SCANLAN, DAVID. 

LYON, GEORGE COOK. 

Weight reduction and control through 
self -hypnosis. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Patley, Inc.; 5Apr71; 
C24800 . 



Jan.-June 



.", SHEDRICK. 
A bird of passage out of night. 99 1. 
A musical play. Book a lyrics only. 
© Shedrick Lyons; 29Jan71; DU7; 



M 



M.R. ENTERPRISES. 

Someone cares about you. See PREST 
RICHARD D. ' 

MP.F RECORDS, LTD. 

Guglielmo Tell. See ROSSINI, 

GIACCHINO. 
Le prophete. See MEYERBEER, GTACOMO. 

MABLEY, EDWARD H. 

Bon voyage; a musical play, book & 
lyrics by Edward Mabley from Le 
voyage de Monsieur Perrichon, by 
Eugene Labiche & Eduard Martin; 
music by Vera Brodsky, freely adap- 
ted from works by Jacques Offenbach. 
1 v. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Edward H. Mabley; 28Jan71; 
DU79056. 

MCALEENAN, MICHAEL A. 

Personal enrichment program audio 
script. See HEINBERG, PAUL. 

^CALISC '■, ANN, j 

INGEBORG . 



SCHUR, 



MCCALL, JAMES R. 

Shelter; story & screenplay by Rod 
McCall & John Clarence Chinp. 
© Rod McCall & John Claren 
5Feb71; DU79330. 

MCCALLUM, MRS. G. A. See MCCALLUM, 

PHYLLIS . 

MCCALLUM, PHYLLIS. 

Hansel, Gretel and the golden petti- 
coat; a play for children. 51 1. 
Three acts. Includes music for 2 
songs. © Phyllis McCallum 
(Mrs. G. A.); 8Jun71; DU80410. 
The pudgy pony of Pompeii; a play for 
children. 1 v. Three acts. With 
music. © Phyllis McCallum 
(Mrs. G. A.); 20Apr71; DU79898. 

MCCARTHY, PATRICK, pseud. See PREUITT, 
ELIZABETH MCCARTHY. 



MCCLORY, SEAN. 

Moment of truth; a drama in one act. 
41 1. © Sean McClory; l4May71; 
DU80210 . 



MCCLOUD, MAUREEN. 

The buried moon; written for tele- 
vision. 5 1. Television script. 
© Wonder Ways Productions; Uun71; 
C25199. 

MCCLURE, MICHAEL. 

Gargoyle cartoons; or, The charbroiled 
chinchilla. New York, Delacorte 
Press. 211 p. (A Seymour Lawrence 
book) © Michael McClure; 19Apr71; 
A236029. 

MCCOLLOUGH, ROBERT PAUL, JR. 

The mad people; original story & 
screenplay. 72 1. © R. Paul 
McCollough, Jr.; 17May71; DUH0216. 

MCCRAE, DAVID V. 

The deadly bond between the right and 
the wrong; a satire. 95 1- Three 
acts. © David V. McCrae; 9Dec70; 
DU79061. 

Eddy's homespun gun; a one act play. 
30 1. © David V. McCrae; 13Jan71: 
DU79101. 
A lovely night and nonsense; a comedy. 
19 1- One act. © David V. McCrae; 
13Jan71; DU79100. 



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MACCURDY, RAYMOND R. 

Spanish drama of the golden age: 
twelve plays. Edited with 
introd. & notes by Raymond 
MacCurdy. New York, Appleton- 
Century-Crofts. 634 p. NM: 
editorial matter & compilation. 
©Meredith Corp.; 12Mar71; A221129. 

MCDERMOTT, JOHN J. 

Challenge from the new left: Creative 
critique or cynical rejection? 
32 1. (Tradition, relevance, 
change) Lecture. © Institute for 
Religious & Social Studies; 12Apr71; 
C24839- 



MCDONALD, JAMES. 
Something's afoot. 
ROBERT. 



See GERLACH, 



MACDONALD, W. SCOTT. 

Personal enrichment program audio 
script. See HEINBERG, PAUL. 

MCELFRESH, TOM. 

The Christmas creep; a play in one act. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 18 p. Appl. 
author: Walter H. Baker Co., employ- 
er for hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
5May71; DP7669. 



MCENANEY, FRANK W. 

To covet honour. 93 1. A play in 
3 acts & epilogue. Written in 
collaboration with Humphry Osmond. 
© Frank McEnaney; l4jun71; DU805O5. 

MCENERY, RED RIVER DAVE. 

I swear America (The American oath of 
fidelity) Sheet. © Red River Dave 
McEnery; 7Apr71; C25288. 

MCWEN, CARYL. 

Dear Oscar. See FIEGER, ADDY 0. 



MCFADDEN, SHARON ANN. 

Ghosts of Harlem; a screenplay about 
the Collyer brothers by Ashley 
McFadden. 94 1. © Sharon Ann 
McFadden; 29Apr71; DU80053- 

MCFALL, ROBERT LLOYD. 

13 years to 1984. 9 1. © Robert 
Lloyd McFall; 28Apr71; C24960. 



MCGOVERN, JOHN WARD 

Plays to ponder. New York, Vantage 
Press. 206 p. Contents: The pur- 
ple Seal. — The red hand. — Reforma- 
tion and reward. B John Ward 
McGovern: : DPr'621. 

MCGOWAN, RICHARD F. 

An a-wake-ning. 53 1- A musical 
olay in 2 acts. © Richard F. 
McGnwan; 27Apr71; DU80029. 

MCGRATH, JOHN. 

Rules of the game. See RENOIR, JEAN. 

: EY, 

House made of dawn; adapted for 

dramatic presentation by Eleanor 

Stewart, pseud. 44 1. © Eleanor 

Stewart; 17Mar71; DU79479. 

MACHIAVELLI, NICC0L0. 

Mandragola. See HOLLAND, SHARON. 

MCHUGH, DAVID. 

Experiment in beauty. See COPANI, 
PETER. 

MCILROY, EDWA 

The Birkstein planet; an original 
story written & adapted for televi- 
sion. 35 1. © Edward Mcllroy; 
lMar71; DU79521. 



HACINMK.'. , JUDITH 0. 

A Rainbow business meeting. 10 1. 
A play. Appl. authors: Judith 0. 
Maclnnes & others as members of 
Dedham Chapter, Order of DeMolay. 
© Dedham Chapter, Order of DeMolay; 
30Jun71; DU80559. 

MACISTE, BLANCE ALVAREZ. 

The black angel of Mont[e]cassino. 
See PONTE, ETTORE. 

MACK, MARY. See SUNDBECK, MARY MACK. 

MCKAY, ROBERT B. 

The right to petition and peaceably 
to assemble. 39 1. (Bridging the 
gap) Lecture. © Institute for 
Religious & Social Studies; 12Apr71; 
C24860. 

MCKIBBIN, MARTIN H. 

With minds of their own. See 

BURGESS, HUGH F. 

MCKIERON, KIT, pseud. See ST0CKI1AM, 
LINDA J. 

MCKINLEY, MARK B. 

Crybaby; an analysis of baby cries, 
the universal language. 3 1. 
Record script. © Mark B. McKlnley; 
28Jun71; C25379- 

MACKLEY, DALE WALTER PATTON. 

Butch and Bob; a television drama. 
20 1. Three acts. © Dale 
Walter Patton Mackley; 2Apr71; 
DU79903 . 

MACKLEY, M. 

Butch and Bob. See MACKLEY, DALE 
WALTER PATTON. 

MCKOY, VICTORIA DAISY. 

God's people sermonette for oral 
delivery. R sheets. © Victoria 
McKoy; 23Apr71; C24964. 

MCKUEN, ROD. 

The stallion. Sheet. © Rod McKuen ■ 
3Feb71; C24634 . 

MCLARNAN, PHYLLIS. 

Lullabye; a one act play. Cody, Wyo., 
Pioneer Drama Service. 8 p. 
© Pioneer Drama Service; 100ct70 
(in notice: 1968); DP7600. 

MCLAUGHLIN, JACKW., JR. 

Something extra. See FORD, JAMES R. 

MACLEISH, ARCHIBALD. 

Scratch; a new play suggested by 

Stephen Vincent Benet's short story, 
The Devil and Daniel Webster. Chica- 
go, Dramatic Pub. Co. 82 p. Four 
scenes NM: dramatization. © Archi- 
bald MacL-i.-h; 8Jun71; DP7714. 

MCLEOD, ADELAIDE. 

What price X-mas. See WYATT, ANN. 

MCMANE, JUDITH GILHOUSEN. 

Daisy does it, by Judith Gilhousen. 

28 1. A play in 1 act. © Judith 

Gilhousen; 14Apr71; DU79912. 
The specimen; by Judith Gilhousei . 

54 1. A play. © Judith Gilhousen; 

5May71; DU80108. 
Truth & Beauty wants a cigarette; by 

Judith Gilhousen. 112 1. A pli- 

2 acts. © Judith Gilhousen; 30Mar71; 

DU79793 ■ 

MCMILLEN, ELIZABETH. 

A false lover; an original story writ- 
ten &: adapted for television. 30 p. 

Elizabeth McMillen; lMar71; 
DU79520. 

MCMURRAY, DELOYCE. 

Cobol computer programming language. 
See DEVINE, EUGENE. 



MCMURRY, CHAh: 

In defiance of the yods, by John 
Fleming Comptr il Ler, p eud. 1 . . 
A play. 5) Charles Reid McMurry, 
Jr.; 22Jan71; DU79219- 

MACPIIERSON, DON. 

The love doctor; based on Love 1. 
best doctor, by Moliere, pseud. 
Adaptation by Don MacPhcrson. 6 1. 

Liberty Artist Services, Inc.; 
19Jan71; DU79183 . 
Moll Flanders. See HOLDEN, PAUL. 

MCPHERSON, MARGARET. 

Pink angels. 67 1 . A screenplay. 
© Gary F. Radzat; 8Apr71; DU79646. 

MC6.UIST0N, ROBERT E. 

[Radio and television commercial] 
See ZABOJI, STEVEN B. 

MCTOOTLE, NORWOOD I. 

Charisma (Making it power) Musical 
drama, 3 acts. 49 1. Eock only. 
© Norwood I. McTootle; 24May71; 
DU80322. 

MADACH, IMRE. 

Az ember tragediaja. See RANKI, 
GYORGY. 

MADDEN, WILLIAM. 

Other people; a melodramatic phrenody. 
89 1. Three acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. Sept. 1970, DU76556. 
NM: additions & revisions. 
© William Madden; 10Feb71; DU79144. 



MADELEY, DONNA LEE. 

Raggedy Ann and Andy. 13 1- A play 
in 3 scenes. © Donna Lee Madeley; 
8Mar71; DU79606. 

MADERO, ROBERT. 

The second coming. See BONANNO, JOHN. 

MADSEN, RAGNHILDE. 

Not an egg left for tomorrow's break- 
fast; comedy in 3 acts. 1 v. 
NM: revisions. © Ragnhilde Madsen; 
21Jun71; DU80569. 

MAESSO, JOSE G. 

Robin. See DANIELEWSKI, TAD. 

MAGDALANY, PHILIP. 

The disappearance of Ubell; a play. 
1 v. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. I40ct70, DU78365 S- 5Nov70, 
DU78591. NM: additions. I Philip 
Magdalany; 27Jan71; DU79251. 
Section nine; a comedy. 1 v. Two 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
21Jan71, DU79251, as The disappear- 
ance of Ubell. NM: revised 1st act, 
mainly new 2d act. © Philip Mag- 
dalany; 7May71; DU80122. 



MAGERMAN, LESLIE. 

The messenger; a screenplay by 
Leslie Magerman, Alan Arbus & 
Glen Tracy. 1 v. © Glen Richard 
Tracy; l6Jun71; DU80522. 



MAGISTRETTI, PAUL ALLAN. 

Dead on; an original screenplay. 
140 1. © Paul Allan Magistretti; 
HMar7l; DU79610. 

MAHON, FRANCIS J. 

Lucky Lindy; a musical play; book, 
music & lyrics by Frank Mahon. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Frank Mahon; 2oAprfl; 
DU79950. 

MAIER, CHARLES MARTIN, III. 

A campus comedy. 163 1. Screenplay. 
© Charles Martin Maier III; 22Mar7l, 
DU79722. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



MAJOR, MICHAEL JOSEPH. 

Pigeons In the subwayj a play In three 
acts by Mike Major. 95 1. With 
music. Book S- lyrics only. 
© Michael Joseph Major; 27Jan71; 
DU79248. 
Simon sez; a play by Mike Major. 
35 1. © Michael Joseph Major: 
2Feb71; DU79303. 

MAJOR OFFICIAL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Great moments in Cubs baseball. 22 1. 
Script. © Major Official Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 22Mar71; C24761. 

MALIPIERO, GIAN FRANCESCO. 

II Marescalco, by G. Francesco 

Malipiero; commedia in due atti da 
Pietro Aretino. Milano, Ricordi. 
133 p. Riassunto per canto e piano- 
forte. © G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; 
12Jan71 (in notice: 1970); DFO-1821. 
Le metamorfosi di Bonaventura; opera 
In tre parti. Milano, Ricordi. 
187 p. © G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; 
12Jan71 (in notice: 1970); DFO-1822. 

MALJEAN, JEAN RAYMOND. 

The sperm of Lucifer White; screenplay; 
based on an Idea by Allen Litke. 
164 1. Appl. author: Allen Litke, 
employer for hire of Jean Raymond 
Maljean. © Allen Litke; 17May71; 
DU80179 • 

MALLE, LOUIS. 

Le souffle au coeur. [Paris] Galli- 
mard. 143 p. © Editions Gallimard; 
15Apr71; DFO-I829. 

MALLOW, STANLEY. 

Give a look; a happy, loveable, old- 
fashioned type musical-comedy in 
two acts; by Stan Mallow. 37 1. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 24Dec69, DU76536. NM: 
additions. © Stanley Mallow; 
17Jun71; DU80552. 

MALONEY, CLARENCE. 

The sunshine girl, by Chaka Ta, pseud . 
44 1. A play in 3 acts. © Black 
Butterfly, Inc.; 8jan?l; DU7907O. 

MALTZ, MAXWELL. 

The time is now. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Maxwell Malts; 19May71; 
DU80247 . 

MANBER, DAVID. 

The bait; an original screenplay. 

122 1. © David Manber; 13May71; 

DU8OO83 . 
The party crasher; a play. 132 1. 

Two acts. © David Manber; lApr71; 

DU79817 . 
Small packages; an original screenplay. 

149 1. © David Manber; lApr71; 

DU79816 . 

MANDEL, ROBERT STEVEN. 

Kopavi; a screenplay. 124 1. With 
music. Book & lyrics only. 
© Robert Steven Mandel; 10Mar71; 
DU79398. 

MANDL, THOMAS HERBERT. 

Der Apparat, by Tommy Mandl. 38 1. 

A play in 3 parts. © Thomas Herbert 

Mandl; 28jan71; DU79265- 
Der dreifache Traum von der Maschine. 

9 1. A play. © Thomas Herbert 

Mandl; 4Jan71; DU78992 . 
Einbahnstrassen und Riickfahrkarten. 

11 1. A play. © Thomas Herbert 

Mandl; 4jan71; DU78989. 
Das Gehirnklavier, von Tommy Mandl. 

7 1. A play. © Thomas Herbert 

Mandl; 4Jan71; DU78990 . 
Der metaphysische Trick. 11 1. A 

play. © Thomas Herbert Mandl; 

4Jan71; DU78993 • 



Das Wiedererkennen. 10 1. A play. 
© Thomas Herbert Mandl; 28jan71; 
DU79264 . 
Das Zlel der Verschollenen. 20 1. 
A play. © Thomas Herbert Mandl; 
4Jan71; DUT8991- 

MANESS, LARRY JON. 

This house has quiet rooms. 25 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. ti . : This 
place has quiet rooms. © Larry Jon 
Maness; l4Apr71; DU79918. 

MANET, EDUARDO. 

Eux; ou, La prise du pouvolr. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 91 p. (Le Manteau 
d'Arlequin) © Editions Gallimard; 
l8Mar71; DFO-1826. 

MANGANO, FRANK. 

Fantasy; a rock/roll funk theatre 
revue. 39 1- Book & lyrics only. 
© Frank Mangano; 9Apr71; DU79644. 

MANGOLD, ELVA. 

Castle on the Dee. See LEVITT, DAVID. 

MANHEIM, RALPH. 

Bertolt Brecht: collected plays. See 
BRECHT, BERTOLT. 

MANISCH, HOWARD, pseud. See MANISCHE- 
WITZ, HOWARD. 

MANISCHEWITZ, HOWARD. 

We may as well be sensible, dear; a 
play In one act by Howard Manisch, 
pseud. 21 l: © Howard Manische- 
witz; 20Jan71; DU79193 . 



MANN, HARVE, pseud. 
HARVEY L. 



See SUSSMANN. 



MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Acoustic trauma: the newest insult. 

2 sheets. © Kings ley M. Mann; 

19Feb71; C 24629- 
Anaerobic infections. 6 1. Dialog. 

© Kingsley M. Mann; 22Mar71; C24766. 
Aseptic meningitis. 11 1. Dialogue. 

© Kingsley M. Mann; 15Jun71; 

C25267 . 
The bedchamber mystery. 1 v. Script. 

© Kingsley M. Mann; 22Apr71; 

C 24 920 . 
Book review: Five patients. 3 1- 

© Kingsley M. Mann; 19Feb71; 

C24630. 
The changing spectrum of bacterial 

endocarditis. 4 1. Dialog. 

© Kingsley M. Mann; 22Apr71; C24911. 
Chest pain and cardiac syndromes. 

8 1. Dialogue. © Kingsley M. 
Mann; 9Feb71; C24577. 

Clinical recall. 9 1. Dialogue. 
© Kingsley M. Mann; 15Jun71; 
C25271. 

Controlling peripheral vascular di- 
sease. 10 1. Dialog. © Kingsley 
M. Mann; 22Apr71; C2491 1 . 

Controlling the hypernatremic state. 
7 1. Dialogue. © Kingsley M. 
Mann; 15Jun71; C25270. 

Detecting silent abdominal murmurs. 

9 1. Dialog. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
22Apr71; C24916. 

Diabetes: Errors in urine testing. 
4 1. Dialogue. © Kingsley M. 
Mann; 9Feb71; C24580. 
Diabetics: reducing self-management 
errors. 4 1. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
19Feb71; C24632. 
Diagnosing gonococcal arthritis. 5 1- 
Dialog. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
22Apr71; C24919. 
Diagnosing hiatus hernia. 6 1. 
Dialogue. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
15Jun71; C25269. 
Diagnosing prostate disease. 7 1. 
Dialogue. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
9Feb71; C24582. 



Diagnosis of systemic mycoses. 7 1. 

© Kingsley M. Mann; 19Feb71; C24633- 
Football: The tr-i 

12 1. Script. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
22Apr71; C24914 . 
Future/scope: Prostaglandins. 5 1. 
Dialogue. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
15Jun71; C25272. 
Infarction in the geriatric patient. 

6 1. Dialogue. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
15Jun71; C25266. 

Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. 7 1. 
© Kingsley M. Mann; 19Feb71; C2- 
Management of polymyositis. 6 1. 
Dialog. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
22Apr71; C24917. 
Management of pyogenic arthritis. 

7 1. Dialogue. © Kingsley M. 
Mann; 9Feb71; C24578. 

Managing arrhythmias. 13 1. Dialog. 

© Kingsley M. Mann; 22Apr71; C24918. 
Managing low-sodium syndromes. 

Dialog. © Kingsley M. Mann; 

22Mar71; C24763. 
The many meanings of pulmonary sounds 
5 1. Mcnblgue. © Kingsley M. Mann 
15Jun71; C25268. 
Office tests for renal disease. 4 1. 
Dialog. © Kingsley M. Mann; 22Apr71; 
C24912. 
Optimal therapy of asthma. 8 1. 

Dialog. Kingsley M. Mann; 

22Mar71; C24?65. 
Pinpointing causes of proteinuria. 

4 1. Dialogue. © Kingsley . 

Mann; 9Feb71; C24579. 
Pinpointing origins of back pain. 

4 1. © Kingsley M. Mann; 19Feb71; 

C24628. 
Problems in recognizing TB. 7 1. 

Dialogue. © Kingsley M. Mann; 

9Feb71; C24581. 
Professional basketball: The grinding 

life. 11 1. Script. © Kingsle 

Mann; 22Apr71; C24915 . 

Smoking: The agony and ecstacy of 
quitting. 10 1. Tape recording 
script. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
9Feb71; C24576. 
Treating the diabetic with arthritis. 
8 1. Dialog. © Kings. inn; 
22Mar71; C24764. 

MANN, RICHARD SHELDON. 

Til? brotherhood of August-;;. 1,0 1. 

A play in 3 act». © Richara Sheldon 

Mann; 3May71; D'oO0C94. 
The brotherhood of Augustus; motion 

picture script. 153 1- © Richard 

Sheldon Mann; 5May71; DU80112. 

MANN, WILLIAM WADE. 

The trial of Thomas Cooper; of North- 
umberland on a charge of libel 
against the President of the United 
States. 47 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© William Wade Mann; 5May?l; 
DU80106 . 



MANNIK, ANDRES. 
Cinderellagame . 
PAUL-BERIK. 



See RUMMO, 



MANUS, STAN. 

Anyman. See KATZ, FRED. 

MARCEAU, FELICIEN, pseud. See CAR] 

LOUIS-ALBERT . 

MARCUS, STEVEN. 

Chronicle of a poisoned dream. See 
KALISON, MICHAEL JAY. 

MAECUSE, KATHERINE. 

Call for the goochoo bird. See 
BUEBENDORF, FRANCIS. 

MARGETTS, RALPH E. 

All heart's content; a play in three 
acts. 91 1. © Ralph E. Margetts & 
Winnifred S. Margetts; 25Feb71; 
DU79323. 



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43 



MAROETTS, W1NNIFRED S. 

All heart's content. See MARGETTS, 
RALPH E. 

MARKER, RUSS, pseud. See KENNAMER, 
HIROM MONROE, JR. 

MARKGRAF, BRUCE R. 

The passing of Francis Scott Key. (In 
TDR, Sept. 1970, p. 135-154) Appl. 
states prev. reg. 23Sep68, DU72656. 
© Bruce R. Markgraf; 30Sep70; DP7687. 



play In l'lve 
Howard Marshall; 



MARKHAM, EDWIN. 

The Christmas dream. 
ISAAC EDGAR. 



See CLARK, 



MARKS, DENNIS. 

Batman: here comes the judge! 10 1. 
Appl. author: National Periodical 
Publications, Inc., employer for 
hire. © National Periodical Publi- 
cations, Inc.; 19Jun68; DP7556. 
Batman: My crime is your crime. 20 1. 
Appl. author: National Periodical 
Publications, Inc., employer for 
hire. © National Periodical Publi- 
cations, Inc.; 22Mar68; DF7605. 
Batman: The nine lives of Batman. 
20 1. Appl. author: National Peri- 
odical Publications, Inc., employer 
for hire. © National Periodical 
Publications, Inc.; l6Apr68; DP7604 . 

MARKS, J. 

Jesus Christ almighty; or, Have a resur- 
rection. Conceived & written by 
J. Marks, with music by J. Marks & 
John Kuhner. 70 1. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © J. Marks; 
l6jun71; DU80437. 



MARKS, NEIL ALAN. 

Diaspora two; book, lyrics & music by 
Neil Alan Marks. 65 1. A play in 
3 acts. Book 5- lyrics only. 
© Neil Alan Marks; 28Apr71; DU7989&. 



MARLIN ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Anacin; TV" commercial presentation. 
5 1. Appl. author: Leonard Flom. 

::arlin Enterprises, Inc.; 2Feb71; 
C24532. 
Preparation H; TV commercial presenta- 
tion. 8 1. Appl. author: Leonard 
Flom. © Marlin Enterprises, Inc.; 
2Feb71; C24531. 

MARRAPODI, ISABEL H. 

Blossom; a play for children by Betty 

Marrapodi. 29 1. © Isabel H. 

Marrapodi; 21Apr71; DU79983- 
Kingdom in distress; a play for chil- 
dren with music; music, Frank J. 

Marrapodi; words, Betty Marrapodi. 

32 1. 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 

© Isabel H. Marrapodi; 13Jan71; 

DU79139- 

MARSAINT MUSIC, INC. 

Would you. See TOUSSAINT, ALLEN. 

MARSCHNER, HEINRICH. 

Hans Heiling; libretto by Eduard 

Devrient, music by Heinrich Marsch- 
ner; and Der Vampyr;' libretto by 
Wilhelm August Wohlbrueck, music by 
Heinrich Marschner. Article & 
translation by Maria Nunberg (Maria 
Nunberg Avellis) 65 p. English & 
German. Libretto. NM: translation 
& addition. © on article & transla- 
tion; Maria Nunberg Avellis; 8jun71: 
DP7713. 

MARSH, GEORGE HILLS. 

Even now; a drama in two acts. 51 1. 
© George Hills Marsh; 8Apr71; 
DU79871. 



MARSHALL, HOWARD. 
The beneficiaries; 
scenes. 70 1. 
lLMar71; DU79612. 
The patient; a play in two acts. 
70 1. © Howard Marshall; 28Apr71; 
,. ,.'1 -. , 

MARSHALL, PETER J 

Sermons, fourth quarter 1970. 1 v 
© Peter J^Mar^b#ll; 7Jan71; 
C24467 . 



MARSHALL, SCOTT A. 

Suicide; the film play. 1 
musical play. © Scott A. 
I4jan71; DU79124. 




Marshall; 



MARSTEN, NANCY. 
The cup of love. 
BARBARA C. 



See DORN, 



MARTENS, ANNE COULTER. 

Three wishes for Tish; a play in one 
act. Boston, Baker's Plays. 14 p. 
(Baker's plays for amateurs) Appl. 
author: Walter H. Baker Co., employ- 
er for hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
5May71; DP7668. 

MARTENS, CLARA. 

The night before Good Friday; a fan- 
tasy. 51. © Clara Maj 
(Mrs. George W. Marl ?n: ); £.'9Apr71; 
DU79949 . 

MARTENS, MRS. GEORGE W. See MARTENS, 
CLARA. 

MARTIN, DANNY R. 

When I die, by Dan R. Martin. 92 1. 
A screenplay. © Dan R. Martin; 
28Apr71; DU80046. 

MARTIN, DAVTD, pseud. See SHOULER, 
DAVID R. 

MARTIN, EDUARD. 

Bon voyage. See MABLEY, EDWARD H. 

MARTIN, GARY. 

Two see beside the sea. 23 1- 
A play. © Gary Martin; l8Feb71; 
DU79432. 

MARTIN, KEITH. 

Enrichment program in learning to 
tell time. See GILMER, KATHRYN. 

MARTIN REAL, MARUJA. 

The spider; an original story written 
& adapted for television. 31 1. 
© Maruja Martin Real; 13May7l; 
DU80157 . 

MARTINEZ QUEIROLO, JOSE. 

Requiem por la lluvia; monologo. 

Philadelphia, Center for Curriculum 
Development. 20 p. (Teatro contem- 
poraneo) NM: introd. © Center for 
Curriculum Development, Inc.; 3May71; 
A246264. 

MARTZ, WILLIAM J. 

Hamlet. See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

MARX, ARTHUR. 

There was a little girl; a play in two 
acts. 118 1. © Arthur Marx; 
HMar71; DU79613. 

MARY OF JOY. 

Calamities. See GARZILLI, 
ENRICO F. 

MASCORETTO, JEDDU, pseud. See 
MASCORIETO, JEDDU R. 

MASCORIETO, JEDDU R. 

Yo soy el gallo! (I am the rooster!) 
Historia original y adaptacion cine- 
matografica de Jeddu Mascoretto, 
pseud. 66 1. © Jeddu R. 
Mascorieto; 15Mar71; DU79707. 



MASHIAH, IGAL JACOV. 

Persistence of the memory; an original 
screenplay. 148 1. © Igal Jacov 
Mashiah; 17Feb71; DU79418. 

MASINI, HUGO. 

Commonsen. 'or holdups. ?3 1. 

A speech. © Security World 

Co., Inc.; 9Feb71; C24601. 

MATLOSZ, DONALD LOUIS. 

Dr. God. 9 1. A play. © Donald 
Louis Matlosz; 22Mar71; DU79510. 

1 HEW, BERNARD, pseud. See GINSBURG, 
BERNARD MATTHEW. 



MATTHEWS, DAVID. 

The rising of the moon. 
NICHOLAS . 



See MAW, 



MATTHIESEI:, 

Idaho transfer. 144 1. Screenplay. 
© Idaho Transfer, Inc.; 7Apr71 ; 
DU79661. 

MAUPASSANT, GUY DE. 

Boule de Suif. See S0NZ0GN0, 
GIULIO CESARE. 

MAW, NICHOLAS. 

The rising of the moon; an opera in 
three acts. Libretto by Beverley 
Cross, piano reduction by David 
Matthews. London, Boosey & Hawkes. 
418 p. Vocal score. Appl. states 
prev. reg. Uun70, DFO-1773 & 
I2Mar71, DFO-1823. NM: music, piano 
reduction. © Boosey & Hawkes Music 
Publishers, Ltd.; 26May71; DFO-1830. 

The rising of the moon; an opera in 
three acts by Nicholas Maw; libretto 
by Beverley Cross. London, Boosey & 
Hawkes Music Publishers. 103 p. 
Libretto. Appl. states prev. pub. 
Uun70, DFO-1773. NM: revision. 
© Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers, 
Ltd.; 12Mar71; DFO-1823. 

MAXWELL, DEANE L. 

Our rose; screenplay by Dean Maxwell 
& Dusty Stuart, pseud, of Ronnie 
Speaks. 74 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Deane L. Maxwell & Ronnie Speaks; 
17Jun71; DU80328. 

MAXWELL, TOM G., JR. 

Eat up. 136 1. Screenplay. © Tom 
Maxwell; 24Feb71; DU79489. 

MAXWELL, WAYNE F., JR. 

The Y; a play in two acts. 1 v. 
© Wayne F. Maxwell, Jr.; 4Jan71; 
DU78995 . 

MAY, ELAINE. 

Adaptation. Dramatists Play Service. 
36 p. © Elaine May, Inc.; 26Jan71; 
DP7580. 

MAY (ELAINE) INC. 

Adaptation. See MAY, ELAINE. 

MAYER, JOSEPH ROBERT. 

The broken marriage. 51 1. A play. 

© Joseph Robert Mayer; 27Jan71; 

DU79041. 
Duet. 20 1. A play. © Joseph Robert 

Mayer; 27Jan71; DU7904O. 
Mate in two; T.V. drama by Eugene 

Brook, pseud. 34 1. © Joseph 

Robert Mayer; 27Jan71; DU79039. 
Portrait of a family, by Eugene Brook, 

pseud. Ill 1. A play in 3 acts. 

© Joseph Robert Mayer; 24Nov70; 

DU79294 . 

MAYER, PAUL AVTLA. 

Article 58, by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn; 
adapted by Paul Avila Mayer. 56 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Paul Avila 
Mayer; l4Apr71; DU79917. 



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Jan.-June 



MAYER, PAUL AVILA.-Con. 

The dance of death, by Augu 

Strindberg; freely adapted by Paul 
Avila Mayer. In 3 

acts. Pau La rev; l?Apr71; 
DU79832. 

MAYER, ROBERT. 

La Borgia. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Robert Mayer; 31Mar71; DU79797. 

MEAD, SHEPHERD. 

Munchausen, the incredible baron; 
screenplay. 2d draft. 185 1. 
Appl. author: Allan A. Buckhantz, 
employer for hire. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 13May70 DU77194 . © Al- 
lan A. Buckhantz; 4Jan71; DU79000. 

MEADE, MARGARET M. 

Yankeeville, U.S.A. 43 1. A play in 
8 episodes. © Margaret M. Meade; 
19May71; DU80245 . 

MEADERS, MARGARET S. 

Soul soliloquy, or, Lectures for the 
spiritual minded. Transcribed & 
written by M. Johnson, pseud. 1 v. 
© Margaret S. Meaders; lMar71; 
C24661. 

MECCA, FRANK N. 

Love life of a strange bird. See 
HORN, DAVID CHARLES. 

MECHAM, WILLIAM H. 

Contracciones. 17 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 28Aug70, C23787 & 
120ct70, C23945 • NM: additions & 
revisions. © William H. Mecham; 
16Mar71; C24733 . 

Media extension group. 

Geysers. See M0RIN, RALPH. 

MEDIA SYSTEMS CORP. 

The AVT system, typing 1. 37 v. 
Scripts. © Media Systems Corp.; 
l8Feb71; C24624. 
The AVT system: typing two. 28 v. 
Twenty-eight tape scripts. © Media 
Systems Corp.; 12Mar71; C24714. 
Printing calculator. Lesson 1-8. 8 v. 
(AVT business calculating machines) 
Eight tape scripts. © Media Systems 
Corp.; 12Mar71; C24715. 
Skill building tape 2-BTL-100-S-1-- 
3-16 for AVT introductory typing 
BTL-100. 16 Vj Scripts. © Media 
Systems Corp.; l8Feb71; C24623 . 
Ten-key adding machine. Lesson 1-8. 
8 v. (AVT business calculating 
machines) Eight tape scripts. 
©Media Systems Corp.; 12Mar71; 
C24716. 

MEDINA, FERNANDO DIEZ DE. 

El imperio de los Incas, by Fernando 
Diez de Medina, Pablo Cejudo &■ Jose 
H. Ni jme . 219 p. Screenplay. 
© Fernando Diez de Medina, Pablo 
Ceiudo & Jose H. Nijme; 2§Sep69; 
DU80562 . 

MEILHAC . 

Quaint Company, Ltd. See CLEMENT, 
VICTOR . 

MEINHARDT, ROBERT L. 

Gas, oil or lipstick? By Bob 
Meinhardt. 24 1. Screenplay. 
© Robert L. Meinhardt; 12Apr71; 
DU80196. 

MELFI, LEONARD. 

Niagara Falls. Two acts. (In New 
theatre for now. Edited & with an 
introd. by Edward Parone . New York, 
Dell Pub. Co. p. 73-125) © Leonard 
Melfi; 27Apr71; DP7707. 

MELVILLE, HERMAN. 

Bartleby, the scrivener. See ARVEY. 
RICHARD E. 



The confidence man. See O'CONHELL, 
RICHARD. 

MENACOF, HELEN. 

Something to think about. See 
MENACOF, MITCHELL. 

MENACOF, MITCHELL. 

Something to think about; a radi 

television program by .r = len 
Menacof. 118 1. Script. 

< . Mitchell Menacof: 
20May71; C25042. 

MENSCH, BERNARD. 

Trilogy; three plays in one act. 
Enigmas I-VI; Epstein's mother; 
What revolution? It's a change of 
life. 1 v. © Bernard Mensch; 
I8jan71; DU79170. 

MENTOR PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Walls of fire. Revisions, Mar. 9, 
1970. 92 1. Script. © Mentor Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; 8Feb71; C24492. 

MERCALDI, JOSEPH A. 

The visit. See CABANIOL, RONALD J. 

MEREDITH, CONNIE G. W. 

Personal enrichment program audio 
script. See HEINBERG, PAUL. 

MEREDITH CORP. 

Enrico IV. See PIRANDELLO, LUIGI. 
Major Barbara. See SHAW, GEORGE 

BERNARD. 
Spanish drama of the golden age: 
twelve plays. See MACCURDY, 
RAYMOND R. 

MERIWETHER (ARTHUR) INC. 

All those other dirty oeople. See 
GUBERMAN, REUBEN. 
Beclouded clouds. See NIGHTINGALE, 

EDWARD M. 
C.D.S. skit kit 1. See GUBERMAN, 

REUBEN . 
Circe was no lady. See NIGHTINGALE, 

EDWARD M. 
Cowboy Chubby' s Christmas. See 

ROBERTSON, 0. J. 
Evening of plays. See CHURLEY, G. M. 
The living place'. See DAVIS, 

COPLEY W. 
One night in daylight. See SCHMID, 
VERNON. 
A trio of Bible playlets. See 
FRAVEL, JOYCE FURMAN. 
Waiting for the new world. See 

NOLAN, PAUL T. 
The water of love. See DRAHOS, MARY. 
What price X-mas . See WYATT, ANN. 
Why me. See ARNOTT, ANNA LOUISE. 
A witness for Christ. See DRAHOS, 
MARY. ' 

MERRIAM, MARY-LINDA. 

The princess and the dandy lion. See 
CUMMINS, THOMAS. 

MERRILL (CHARLES E. ) PUB. CO. 

Basic arithmetic scripts. See MOON, 
ROBERT G. 

MESCHAN, RACHEL FARRER- . 

Violence as an expression of the emo- 
tions. 34 1. © Rachel Farrer- 
Meschan; 31Mar71; C24792. 

METHUEN & CO . , LTD . 

Bertolt Brecht: collected plays. See 
BRECHT, BERTOLT. 

METRAUX, RHODA. 

An anthropologist looks at the family. 
28 1. (Tradition, relevance, 
change) Lecture. © Institute for 
Religious & Social Studies: 12Apr71; 
C24837. 

METROPOLITAN ARTS COMPLEX, INC. 
The gift. See SCHIEDEMANN, KURT. 



The looking glass. 8 1. A screen- 
pit , . i-opolitan Arts ComDlex, 
Inc.; 26Apr71; DU80; 

METSKY, IRA LEWIS. 

A comedy; by Ira Lewis, pseud. 
70 1. A play. j Ira Lewis; 
7Jun71; - 

METZGER, WENDELL. 

lesherbes. 104 1. A play. 

Wendell Metzger; 20Jan71; DU79187. 

METUER, JEAN-PIERRE. 

Theatre. See STENDHAL. 
Theatre con See SOPHOCLES. 

MEYER, CHESTER FREDRIC. 
The touch of kindness. 
JOHN ARTHUR. 



See I 



MEYERBEER, GIACOMO. 

Le prophete; opera in 5 acts. Lioret- 
to by Eugene Scribe, music by Gia- 
como Meyerbeer. French 'v. Engli:: 
Libretto. Appl. states prev. pub. 
1918. NM: translation. © MRF 
Records, Ltd.; 3Mar71; DP7620. 

MICHANCZYK, MICHAEL J . , III . 

Kiki Mora; a puppet play. 55 1- 
Three acts. © Michael J. Michan- 
czyk III; 15Jan71; DU79127. 

MICHEL (ALBIN) EDITIONS. 

Les tragedies de la foi. See 

ROLLAND, ROMAIN. 
Le triomphe de la raison. See 
ROLLAND, ROMAIN. 

MIOHELE, LORRAINE, pseud. See SEYMOUR, 
LORRAINE MICHELE. 

MICHELINIE, DAVID B. 

The devil to pay. 78 1. A screenplay 
in 5 acts. © David B. Miehelinie; 
30Apr71; DU80057. 

MIDDLETON, DORIS RAYNON BLOCK. 

The Easter egg that wouldn't hatch; 
a one act play for children. 14 1. 
© Doris R. B. Middleton; 29Mar71; 
DU79783 . 
Santa and the snowflake fairies. 13 1. 
A play. © Doris Raynon Block 
Middleton; 19Mar71; DU79697. 

MIDDLETON, WALTER. 

Mary-Medea; a play in two acts of five 
scenes. 79 1. © Walter Middleton; 
22Mar71; DU79721. 
The two thieves; a play in one act of 
seven scenes. 72 1. © Waiter 
Middleton; 22Mar71; DU79720. 

MIKENAS, EDWARD, SR. 

Little lover; a musical play in two 
acts. 68 1. Book & lyrics only. 
©Edward Mikenas, Sr.; 15Mar71; 
DU79628. 

MILANE, JOHN J. 

Circle of death; an original screen- 
play by John J. Milane and Joy N. 
Houck, Jr. 1st draft. 147 1. 
Twenty-four scenes . © Joy-Oke 
Productions, Inc.; 17May71; 
DU80220. 



MILBERT, MARIETTA. 

The panhandler. 104 1. Screenplay. 
© Marietta Milbert; 7Apr71; DU79865. 



MILES, BARRY. 
MILES. 



See SILVERLIGHT, BARRY 



MILLER, CLAIRE G. 

It's like .this, cat. 
HERBERT. 



See DAVIDSON, 



MILLER, FRIEDA. 

Hamlet had an uncle; a bloody comedy 
of honor; a play in three acts, 



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based on the novel of the same title 
by James Branch Cabell. 85 I. NM: 
dramatization & revision. © Frieda 
Miller; l8Mar71; DU79667. 

MILLER, GARETH B. 

Hunger in our day; a play in f I 

scenes. 19 1. © Gareth B. Miller; 
15Jan71; DU79130. 

MILLER, HELEN LOUISE. See GOTWALT, 
HELEN LOUISE MILLER. 

MILLER, HOWARD A. 

The fascinating world of carnivorous 
plants; an illustrated lecture. 
15 1. © Howard A. Miller; 7Jan71; 
C 24466. 

MILLER, JAMES T. 

The surrogate. 98 1. A play in 3 
■ lame.-, T. Miller; 3Feb71: 
DU79311. 

MILLER, JULIAN H., II. 

Big brother of the year, 1971; an 
address. 1 v. © Julian H. 
Miller II; HFebTl; C246l6. 

MILLER, KATHERINE E. 

Dragon slayer; a play in two acts 
for children. 1 v. © Katherine 
E. Miller; 24May71; DU80462. 

MILLER, LUIGIA MORGOGLIONE. 

Miss Lizzie; a two act play adapted 
from the novel Because I was flesh, 
by Edward Dahlberg. 1 v. NM: dra- 
matization & additions . © Luigia 
Morgoglione Miller; 4Mar71; DU79920. 

MILLER, MAKY B. 

Corky Stork; a television script. 
21 1. Three acts. © Mary B. 
Miller; 10Mar71; DU79604 . 

MILLOECKER, CARL. 

Die Jungfrau von Paris. See 
SCHROEDER, PRIEDRICH. 

, DAVID HORTON. 
The realms of gold; story & screen- 
play. 201 1. © David Horton Mills; 
19Apr71; DU79972. 

MILNER, RICHARD. 

Chronicle of a poisoned dream. See 
KALISON, MICHAEL JAY. 

MILO, OTTO. 

Ostern in Rom; ein Spiel in einem Akt. 
48 1. © Otto Milo; 28jun71; DU80630. 

MILTON, JOHN. 

Paradise lost. See FUNDERBURK, MARY 
KATHRYN GONDER. 

MINETTI, MICHAEL F. 

Frustration. 2 sheets. © Michael F. 
Minetti; 5Feb71; DP7593 . 



MINICHIELLO, RICHARD R. 

Clown of chocolate; a musical play. by 
Richard R. Minichiello, music by 
Jack Swan & Leslie Hurley. 70 1. 
Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Richard R. Minichiello; 23Jun71; 
DU80598. 

MINICHIELLO, RICHARD R., JR. 

Once and for all and for always, 
Morris Blank; a new play. 1 v. 
Book .'■• lyrics only. © Richard R. 
nichiello, Jr.; l8May71; DU80195. 



MR. S., MASTER OF ART. 
Gammer Gurton's needle. 
ISAAC EDGAR. 



MITCHELL, LOFTEN. 

Tell Pharaoh. Two acts. (In The 
black teacher and the dramatic arts. 
William R. Reardon & Thomas D. 
Pawley, editors. Westport, Conn., 
Negro Universities Press, p. 255-299) 
© Loften Mitchell; 23Sep70; DP7703. 

MITTELMAN, ARNOLD. 

911. See ROHMANN, CHRISTOPHKR. 

MIX TEN MOTION PICTURES, INC. 

Willy's gone. See LOCKWOOD, LEON. 

MIZER, QUINN. 

Lamy. 1st draft. 1 v. A musical 
screenplay. Book & lyrics only. 
© Quinn Mizer; 3May71; DU80074. 

MLOTEK, ZALMEN. 

Chelm, undzer shtetl. 
JOSHUA. 



See WALETZKY, 



MO, NGUYEN Y. See NGUYEN Y MO. 

MODERN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Once upon a silent night. See 

GURSKE, LOIS. 
Peaceful valley. See GURSKE, LOIS. 

MOGUL, BYRON. 

Mommy, a play in three acts. 1 v. 
© Byron Mogul; 17Mar71; DU79683. 

MOHN, MELINDA. 

Hey, kid. See CROWLEY, STEVE. 

MOKI, pseud. See BISHOP, CHESTER F. 

MOLETTE, BARBARA J., II. 

Rosalee Pritchett. See MOLETTE, 
CARLTON W., II. 

MOLETTE, CARLTON W. , II. 

Rosalee Pritchett, by Carlton Sc 
Barbara Molette. 28 1. A play. 
© Carlton W. Molette II, Barbara J. 
Molette II; 15Mar71; DU79637- 

MOLIERE, pseud. See POQUELIN, JEAN 
BAPTISTE. 



MOLINA, ROGELIA LILIA. 

The savages in Puente San Gil. 
RECUERDA, JOSE MARTIN. 



See 



See CLARK, 



MITCHELL, ANITA VELEZ DE. See VELEZ DE 
1'HELL, ANITA. 



MOLTNER, MURRAY. 

Barney, a play. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Murray Moltner; 24May71; DU80291. 

MOLYNEAUX, THOMAS. 

William S. Hart and the multiple image 
adventure; a screenplay. 78 1. 
© Thomas Molyneaux; 25Jan71; DU79224 . 

MONDSHEIN, KENNETH. 

The tragedy of Marcus Brutus; a play 
in fifteen scenes. 1st ed. New 
York, Paccione-Sforza Books. 127 p. 
© Kenneth Mondshein; 23May67 (in 
notice: 1966); A229201. 

MONTGOMERY, CHARLOTTE BAKER. 

Return to Eden; a chancel play. 12 1. 
© Charlotte Baker Montgomery; 
10May71; DU80144. 
What to dc about Orpheus; a play by 
Charlotte Baker. 42 1. © Charlotte 
Baker Montgomery; 10May71; DU80145. 

MONTGOMERY, MICHAEL T. 

Mitchell come home; an original 

screenplay. 81 1. Includes lyrics 
for 1 song. © Michael T. Montgomery; 
7May71; DU8OO80. 

MONTGOMERY, ROBERT. 

Stavrogin's creatures; a reaction 
to Dostoyevsky's The possessed. 
1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert Mont- 
gomery; I4jun71: DU80321. 



MONTLEY, PATRICIA ANN. 

Dance for Reglna. 43 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Patricia Ann Montley; 
15Jun71; DU80509. 

MONTROSE, DAVID. 

August 13th, 8:30 p.m.; a movie treat- 
ment by David Montrose A. J. 
De Christopher TI. 107 1. 

"ivld Montrose & A. J. De Christo- 
pher II; l8Feb71; DIJ79480. 

MOODY, DALE. 

The theology and practice of baptism. 
19 1. Tape script. © Broadman 
■ ; 28May71; C25032. 

MOODY, LTD. 

The spy who mashed M.U.S.H. See 
GRAY, WILLIAM LEE, JR. 

MOON, FRANCIS DAMON. 

The delicate octuplicate, by Damon 
Moon. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Francis Damon Moon; 10Mar71; 
DU79599. 

MOON, ROBERT G. 

Basic arithmetic scripts. Unit I-38. 
By Robert G. Moon, Arthur H. Konrad, 
Ous Klentos & Joseph Newmyer. 1 v. 
© Charles E. Merrill Pub. Co.; 
9Jun71; C25190. 

MOONBIRD MUSIC CO. 

Buckskin Wolters. See CURTIS. 

EDDIE. 
Woody Whiteshoes and friends. See 

CURTIS, EDDIE. 

MOONEY, THOM. 

Loosen up. See RUNDGREN, TODD. 

MOORE, BILLY, JR. See MOORE, WILLIAM 
HARRISON, JR. 

MOORE, CARLETON. 

Grand Canyon, a simulated field trip, 
by Carleton Moore 8- Chester F. 
Royse, Jr. 14 1. Tape script. 
© Western Minerals, Inc.; 15Apr71: 
C24770. 

MOORE, GARY E. 

Siddhartha; a musical drama; music, 
lyrics & script by G. E. Moore; 
adapted for the stage from the book 
by Hermann Hesse. 1 v. Three parts. 
Book & lyrics only. NM: adaptation. 
© Gary E. Moore; 19Apr71; DU8OO8I. 

MddRE, GAYLEN. 

Snowbound. See AMADUCCI, ENRICO. 

MOORE, ROBERT JAMES . 

The Seahorse; a new play by James 

Irwin, pseud. 1 v. Two acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l4Nov69, DU75783. 
NM: additions S- revisions. © Robert 
James Moore; l4May71; DU80207. 

MOORE, SONTA. 

The Stanislavski method lectures. 
1 v. Thirteen lectures. © Sonia 
Moore; 3May71; C24967. 

MOORE, WILLIAM HARRISON, JR. 

Paleface; a play by Billy Moore, Jr. 
57 1. Two scenes. © William 
Harrison Moore, Jr.; I8jun70; 
DU79028. 

MORELAND-LATCHFORD PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 
Shop safety. 6 v. Six filir.strip 
scripts. Contents: S179-1 — S179-6: 
Think safety. --General shop hazards. 
—Hand saws, chisels and files.-- 
Screwdrivers, wrenches, sheet metal 
and welding. — Grinders, routers, 
power saws and jointers. --Drill 
presses and lathes. .Moreland- 
Latchford Productions, Ltd.; 
8Feb71; C24527. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



MORGAN, LOUISE, pseud. See STIERNBERG, 
LOUISE. 

MORIN, RALPH. 

Geysers. Sheet. © Media Extension 

Ki/c^?™ 6 " ^ RalPh M ° rin > 

MORRIS, ROBERT MACK. 

The trouble with Glen Park. 107 1. 
A play. © Robert Mack Morris; 
5May71; 0^99^5. 

MORRIS, WAYNE HARRIS. 

The awakening; a play in three acts by 
Michael James Keemton, pseud. 2 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5Dec67, 
DU70212. NM: revisions. © Wayne 
Harris Morris; 27May71; DU80312. 

MORRISON, CAROL. 

Ain't got no welfare Cadillac. 6 1. 
© Carol Morrison; 24May71; C25039. 

MORRISON, DOROTHY. 

The whad'ya know show. Release no 7 
sides B-6— B-7- 2 v. Two scripts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 24Aug70, 
237777 & others. NM: additions. 
© Dorothy Morrison; 28Apr71; C24865. 

MORRISON, JOHN. 

Nothing left of childhood; a play in 
three acts. 1 v. © John Morrison; 
15Mar71; DU79629. 

MORTON, PETER G. 

Effective prayer. 7 1. Lecture. 
© Peter G. Morton; 7Jun71; C25205. 

MOSS, H. BARON. 

Sholora. See PINCUS, JACOB T. 

MOSS, JOHN IRVING. 

Alternatives; a feature film; screen- 
play by Okara John Moss. 66 1. 
© John Irving Moss a.k.a. Okara; 
Uun71; DU80358. 

MT. SAN JACINTO COLLEGE, GILMAN HOT 
SPRINGS, CALIF. 

For works claimed by Mt. San Jacinto 
College See: 
MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 

DISTRICT (CALIF.) 
ROHR, CHARLES. 
ROHR, CHARLES A. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT 

(CALIF. ) 

Conclusions. 13 1. Filmstrip script. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 26May71; C25157- 

Diction, 4 1. Tape script. © Mt. 
San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
26May71; C25171. 
Drum lathe operation. F-5A. 8 1. 
Filmstrip script. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 24Mar71; 
C24772. 

Elementary typewriting. Lesson 1-5, 
7-10. 1 v. Nine tape scripts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Jul68, 
C21006. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 26May71; C25158. 
Employment of the physically handi- 
capped. 9 1. (The Instructional 
process in vocational education, 
VT-50a) Tape script. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
26May71; C25160. 
Eye contact. 4 1. Script. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
26May71; C25168. 

Frame damage analysis and correction. 
M-l. 11 1. Filmstrip script. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 26May71; C25162. 



Gesture. 7 1. Script. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District; 
26May71; C25163. 
Indexes. 6 1. (Library) Filmstrip 
script. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 24Mar71; C24775. 
Introduction. 6 1. (Library) Film- 
strip script. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 24Mar71: 
C24773. 
Making an outline. 10 1. (Research 
skills) Tape script. © Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt. San 
Jacinto Junior College District, 
26May71; C25161. 
Ohm's law. 12 1. (Automotive tech- 
nology, M-2B) Filmstrip script. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 26May71; C25164. 
Pre-alignment checks. E-2B. 15 1. 
Filmstrip script. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 26May71; 
C25166. 
Preventing coronary heart disease -- 
America's no.l killer. 10 1. Film- 
strip script. © Mt. San Jacinto Col- 
lege a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District; 22Mar71; C24873. 
Reference materials. 10 1. (Library) 
Filmstrip script. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 24Mar71; 
C24774. 
Servicing the Bendix duo-servo brake. 
F-2A. 10 1. Filmstrip script. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 24Mar71; C24771. 
Shorthand refresher course. Lesson 
1-20. 1 v. Twenty tape scripts. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 26May71; C25172. 
Steering geometry. E-2A. 17 1. 

Filmstrip script. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 26May71: 

c 25 165 . 

For other works claimed by Mt . San 

Jacinto Junior College District See • 
ROHR, CHARLES. 
ROHR, CHARLES A. 

MUHL, BARBARA MARY. 

Pragmatic mysticism. 1 v. Twenty 
tape scrlp-ts. © Barbara Mary Muhl; 
I8jun71; C25328. 

MULHOLLAND, LORAINE DESPRES. 

Lisa Strada; or, What to wear to the 
revolution (Sex and violence) By 
Loraine Despres. 50 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Loraine Despres Mul- 
holland; HMay71; DU80262. 

MULLER, DONALD R. 

Now. See GOLDSMITH, MICHAEL H. 

MULLER, PETER. 

Innuendo. 89 1. A screenplay. 

© Peter Muller; l4jun71; DU805OI. 
Snapshots of a long walk. 109 1. 

Screenplay. © Peter Muller; 9Mar71; 
DU79592. 

MULLINS, LINDA. 

Little people's values; a learning ex- 
perience. 7 1. Includes lyrics for 
1 song. © Linda Mullins; lMar71: 
DU79519. 

MULVEHILL, CAROL. 

Tobacco abuse; final script for re- 
cording. Visuals: Larry Mulvehill. 
3d revision. Appl. author: Avi As- 
sociates, Inc. Appl. ti.: Tobacco, 
harmful substance, deadly habit. 
© Avi Associates; 21Aug70; C24383. 



MULVEHILL, LARRY. 

Tobacco abuse. See MULVEHILL, CAROL. 

MUHH, GA- . 

The shards; a play of Masada. 
Ill 1. Two acts. © Gary Munn; 

2Uun7i, 0080571. 

MUNSO, FELIX, pseud. See GOLUB, MORRIS. 

MURGERS, HENRI. 

La boheine. See PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

MURI, MRS. DONALD J. See MURI, MARION L 

MURI, MARION L. 

What can I give him? Adapted by 
Marion L. Muri from the story Penny 
and the Christmas star, by Helen 
Frazee-Bower. 4 1. A play. NM- 
dramatization & additions. 
© Mrs. Donald J. Muri; 3May71: 
DU8O07O. 

MURILLO, NATHAN. 

The Mexican American family. 22 1. 
Lecture. © Nathan Murillo; 4Mar71; 
C24768. 

MURPHY, BEVERLEE GALLI. 

On the way to where I was before; 
a play in three acts. 69 1. 
© Beverlee Galli Murphy; 15Mar71; 
DU79636. 



MURPHY, ELLEN. 
The sound of Eck. 



See HALD, MARY. 



MURPHY, MERVYN. 

Same time, same station; a comedy for 
television by Mervyn Murphy '■■ Robert 
Campbell. 80 1. © Robert Campbell 
& Mervyn Murphy; HFebTl; DU79388. 

MURRAY ENTERPRISES. 

Dear Miss Peabody. See MURRAY, 
WARREN E. 

MURRAY, WARREN E. 

Dear Miss Peabody; a comedy in two 
acts. 83 1. © Murray Enterorises; 
7Jun71; DU80398. 

MURRAY, WILLIAM F. 

Fortinbras. See ITTENBERG, URIEL 
MARK. 



MUSSMAN, LINDA L. 

Enact. 39 !• A play in 2 acts. 

© Linda L. Mussman; 7Apr71; DU79862. 

MYATT, STACY, pseud. See EDWARDS. 
JANIE M. 

MYERBERG, JOEL DAVID. 

Season of the hunter. See GOLD 
BARRY E. ' 



MYERS, CAROLE A. 

S.O.L.; a comedy drama in three acts. 
90 1. © Carole A. Myers; 23Jun71; 
DU80592 . 

MYERS, RAY. 

Mules, men and mayhem; situation come- 
dy by Ray Myers & Harry Hanby. 
61 1. Screenplay. © Ray Myers & 
Harry Hanby; 24Mar71; DU79533. 

MYSTERIOUS FLOWER FILMS, LTD. 

That's another thing. See SENTURIA, 
NEIL R. 



N 



NAF, ULRICH. 

DDT. 11 1. Lecture. © Ulrich Naf; 

22Feb71; C25009. 
Disease: challenge to the new way of 
life. 15 1. Lecture. © Ulrich Naf: 
22Feb71; C25011. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



47 



The distinguishing characteristics of 
organisms. 12 1. Lecture. 8 Ulrlch 
Naf; 22Feb71; C25014. 

Extinction of raegafauna during the 
Pleistocene. 11 1. Lecture. 
© Ulrich Naf; 22Feb71; C25010. 

Man's capacity for paragenetlc evolu- 
tion: his most distinguishing char- 
acteristic. 15 1. Lecture. 
© Ulrich Naf; 22Feb71; C25013. 

The origin of farming and settlement 
life. 14 1. Lecture. © Ulrich 
Naf; 22Feb71; C501^. 

NAKONECHNY, NESTOR B. 

Summer moon, by Mirsy Slade, pseud. 
120 1. Screenplay. © Nestor B. 
Nakonechny; 13May71; DU80158. 

NANNES, CASPAR HAROLD. 

Faith and freedom — our nation under 
God, an American cavalcade. 76 1. 
A. play. S Caspar Harold Nannes; 
8Apr71; DU79870. 

NAPOLI, JACOPO. 

II Barone avaro; opera in 1 atto, 
4 quadri; musica di Jacopo Napoli, 
libretto di Mario Pasl, da Shenstone 
e Pushkin. Milano, Edizioni Curci. 
23 p. Libretto. © Edizioni Curci; 
30Jun70; DF2062. 

NARCY, WILLIAM. 

Unicorns are blue; a play. 1 v. 

Two acts, if William Narcy; 28Api'7"l: 
DU80045. 

NASEM, CHARLES. 

The national center for law informa- 
tion concept; a discussion. 1 v. 
© Charles (Chuck) Nasem; 5Apr71; 
C24866. 

NASIKA, ARTHUR. 

The last feast; musical comedy. 1 v. 
Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Arthur Naslka; 29Jan71; DU79052. 

NATIONAL PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS, INC. 
Batman: A perfidious pieman is Simon. 

See BENSOL, OSCAR. 
Batman: From Catwoman, with love. 

See HANEY, BOB. 
Batman: here comes the judge. See 

MARKS, DENNIS. 
Batman: Mr. Freeze' s frozen vikings. 

See MARKS, DENNIS. 
Batman: My crime is your crime! See 

MARKS, DENNIS. 
Batman: Opera buff a, joker style. 

See HANEY, BOB. 
Batman: The joke's on Robin. See 

KASHDAN, GEORGE. 
Batman: The nine lives of Batman. 

See MARKS, DENNIS. 
Batman: the underworld underground 

caper. See BUTLER, BILL. 
Batman: Two penguins too many. See 

KEENAN, BILL. 

NAUHEIM, FERD. 

Essentials of selling equity products. 
14 v. Tape scripts. © Kalb, 
Voorhis & Co.; 10May71; C24993. 

NAUMAN, CHARLES W. 

The truth keepers; film shooting 

script. Custer, S.D., Nauman Films. 
130 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2§Jun68, DU71886. NM: revision. 
© Charles W. Nauman; 31Jan71; DP7705. 

NAYAK, SANJEEVA RAMCHANDRA. 

An analytical model of hegemonlal 

tension among Ghanaian elites, 1957- 
1966. 64 p. Lecture. © Sanjeeva 
Ramchandra Nayak; 7Jan71; C24465 . 

NEILD, MARY. 

Act of grace; a prize-winning play for 
women in one act. Boston, Baker's 



Plays. Op. (Baker's re. 
plays) C Walter H. Baker Ci .; 
22Apr71; DP7670. 

NEILSON, KEITH. 

The great American pastime; a p 1 
70 1. Two acts. © Keith Neilson; 
l6Feb71; DU7" 

NELSON, ROBERT KENNETH. 

When Haight was love; a musical play; 
lyrics by Robert Kenneth Nelson. 
I'l'l 1. Two acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Robert Kenneth Nelson; 
15Mar71; DU79538. 

NELSON, SEENA. 

How long the search. 140 1. Screen- 
play. © Seena Nelson; HMay71; 
DU80150. 

NEMETH, JO! 1 . 

In 11 bby. 5 1. 

1 . John S. Nemeth; 29Jan71; 

NEMETH, JOHN STEPHFN. 

Alma pater: nourishing Father; 
a school-teacher's reverie. 6 1. 
© John S. Nemeth; l6Feb71; C24620. 



NEMIROFF, ROBERT. 
The drinking gourd. 
LORRAINE . 



See HANSBERRY, 



NEMITZ, BERT. 

Names. 47 1. A play. © Bert 
Nemitz; 26Apr71; DU80022. 

NESTROY, JOHANN. 

Glueck, Missbrauch und Rueckkehr; 
oder, Das Geheimnis des grauen 
Hauses; Posse mit Gesang in fuenf 
Akten. Mit einem Vorwort versehen 
von Gustav Pichler. Wien, Bergland. 
101 p. (Oesterreich-Reihe, Bd.376) 
NM: additional text. © Bergland 
Verlag; 20Jan71; AFO-65045. 

NEUMANN, CARL A. 

Sons like these; a play in two acts, 
nine scenes. 92 1. © Carl A. 
Neumann; 26Apr71; DU80025. 



NEUMANN, ERICH. 
Eros & Psyche. 
THOMAS. 



See ARGUE, JOHN 



NEUMANN, J. KREMER. 

Get me -- Garbo! A play in three acts 
with seven scenes by Kremer Neumann. 
1 v. © J. Kremer Neumann; 7Jun71; 
DU80396. 

NEUMANN, MARGARET G. 

Botchan. See SCHMINKE, JANITH AUST. 
Botchan, the boy who drew cats. See 
SCHMINKE, JANITH AUST. 

NEVILLE', EMILY. 

It's like this, cat. 

HERBERT. 



See DAVIDSON, 



NEVILLE, ROBERT C. 

Coming to terms with the radical view. 
23 1. (Tradition, relevance, 
change) Lecture. © Institute for 
Religious & Social Studies; 12Apr71; 
C24835. 

NEWBERY AWARD RECORDS, INC. 

It's like this, cat. See DAVIDSON, 
HERBERT. 

NEWBY, CLIFFORD ALFRED. 

Requite. 5 1. A play. © Clifford A. 
Newby; 21Jun71; DU80576. 

NEWMAN, BENJAMIN W. 

Personal assortment; three one act 
plays. 1 v. © Benjamin W. Newman; 
7Jan71; DU79050. 



NEWMAN, SOL. 

ie sign of the Cardinal's hat; 
a on 1 . © Sol 

a : 1 : 1 I 



NEWMYER, JOSEPH. 
ROBERT G. 



See MOON, 



NGUYEN Y MO. 

The legend of the wait; a Vietnamese 
one-act play; translated by Duane E. 
Hauch. 18 1. © Duane E. Hauch; 
HDec70; DU79279- 

NICHOLS, PETER. 

Un Jour dans la mort de Joe Egg; 
adaptation francaise de Claude Roy. 
[Paris] Galllmard. 116 p. (Theatre 
du monde entier) © on translation; 
Editions Gallimard: 
DFO-I803. 

NICHOLSON, ANNE. 

A time to love. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Anne Nicholson; lMar71; 
DU79523- 

NICKEL, GAIL KENNETH. 

Married, and all that; a play in one 
act .by Kenneth Nickel. 23 1. 
© Kenneth Nickel; 4Feb71; DU79327- 

NICOLAIS, EVELYN D. 

The way of all fish; by Evelyn Dorio, 
pseud. 112 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Evelyn D. Nicolais; 21Jun71; 
DU80568. 

NIEMI, RICHARD M. 

The skillful skullduggery of Scapin; 
a one-act verson of Les fourberles 
de Scapin, by Moliere, pseud, of 
Jean Baptiste Poquelin. 24 1. 
© Richard M. Niemi; HFeb71; 
DU79650. 

NIGHTINGALE, EDWARD M. 

Beclouded clouds. Downers Grove, 
111., Contemporary Drama Service. 
7 p. Appl. author: Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 15Nov70; 
DP7550. 
Circe was no lady. Downers Grove, 
111., Contemporary Drama Service. 
15 p. Appl. author: Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 15Nov70; 
DP7549- 

NIJME, JOSE H. 

El imperio de los Incas. See 
MEDINA, FERNANDO DIEZ DE. 

NIRENBERG, JESSE S. 

Communicating persuasively; a course 
of instruction given through tape 
recordings. 166 1. © Jesse S. 
Nirenberg; l4May71; C25023. 

NISSEN, ARLYS MARIE. 

Voices in the air. 61 1. A play in 
6 scenes. © Arlys M. Nissen; 
lApr71; DU79815. 

NOBLE, DENNIS E. 

The dragon and the flower. 19 1. 

© Dennis E. Noble; 7Jun71; C25040. 
Le farteur; a fairytale for adults. 

8l. A play. © Dennis E. Noble; 

25Feb71; DU79478. 
The puppet master. 8 1. A play. 

© Dennis E. Noble; l8Mar71; DU79507. 
Recollections of a civilized man. 

19 1. A play. © Dennis E. NoM..-; 

l6Apr71; DU79956. 

NOBLE, KATIE. 

Love thy neighbor as thyself; an orig- 
inal story written 8c adapted for 
television. 30 1. © Katie Noble; 
lMar71; DU79522. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



NOLAN, LINDA. 

The children of Terezin. 
SMULOWITZ, ANNA MARIA. 



See 



NOLAN, PAUL T. 

Waiting for the new world. Downers 
Grove, 111., Contemporary Drama 
Service. 21 P- Appl. author: 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Arthuj her, 
Inc.; 15Nov70; DP7552- 

NOLAN, ROY. 

Dear Doctor Hip Pocrater.; screenplay 
by Roy Nolan & Roy Nolan Productions. 
72 1. © Roy Nolan Productions; 
9Apr71; DU79880. 

NOLAN (ROY) PRODUCTIONS. 

Dear Doctor Hip Pocrates. See NOLAN, 
ROY. 

NOLL, ROBERT THOMAS. 

'Tis the season. See CARR, KEVIN. 

NOONAN, ED, BROTHER. 

The king in the cavern; a musical for 
children; book by Br. Ed Noonan, 
music 8- lyrics by Florence Jarratt. 
1 v. Six scenes. © Florence 
Jarratt 8- Br. Ed Noonan; 28jan71; 
DU79260. 

NORFLEET, CATHERINE. 

Yesterday and the day before. 54 1. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Catherine Norfleet; 
2Jun71; DU80379- 

NORMAN, ANN. 

Day in town. 1 v. A play. © Ann 

Norman; 6Jul71; DU806IO. 
Ring' the bell. 3 v. A play. 
© Ann Norman; 6Jul71; DU8O609. 

NORMAN, HOWARD. 

Birds of a feather; a play in two acts. 
101 1. © Howard Norman; lFeb71; 
DU79276. 

NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL, MILWAUKEE. 
Four hundred years; music drama wnt- 
ten by the students of North Divi- 
sion High School. 31 1- Two acts. 
Appl. authors: Michael Brown & 
Arlene Skwierawski. © North Divi- 
sion High School; 26May71; DU80304 . 

NORTON, JAMES HAYES. 

Christmas is a time of dreams. See 
STAGGERS, DUANE A. 

NORTON (W. W.) & CO., INC. 

Bernard Shaw's plays: Major Barbara. 

See SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. 
Oedipus tyrannus. See SOPHOCLES. 

NORWOOD, DOROTHY. 

The despondent wife. Sheet. © Herman 
Lubinsky d.b.a. Crossroads Music 
Co.; l8Mar71; C24747. 

NOSANOW, BARBARA FIELD. 

Visiting angels. 18 1. A play. 
© Barbara Field Nosanow; 23Jun71; 
DU80588. 

NOVAK, MARGE. 

Stanley; a social drama in three 
acts by Marge Novak & Niles Brew- 
ster. 1 v. © Marge Novak S: Niles 
Brewster; 23Apr71; DU80008. 

NOVAK, MAXIMILLIAN E. 

The works of John Dryden. See 
DRYDEN, JOHN. 

NOVELLO & CO. , LTD. 

Caractacus. See KENNEDY, MICHAEL. 



NUNBERG, MARIA. 

Euryanthe. See WEBER, CARL 

MARIA VON. 
Hans Heiling. See MARSCHirEP., 
HEINRICH. 

NYSTROM (A. J.) & 

Map ar.J glob' .•ogram. 

35 v. ■ .©A.J. 

Ny-f ■■ ■ . : . ' 7 6. 



o 



O'BRIEN, JANE T. 

Madeline; an operetta in two acts for 
the primary grades; dramatization, 
adaption & music by Jane O'Brien. 
1 v. © Jane T. O'Brien; 9Apr71; 
DU79759- 

O'BRIEN, ROBERT E. 

The greats of country music. Scripts. 
© Heirloom Productions of Hilliard, 
a partnership formed between Robert 
E. O'Brien & Jack Bartley. 
Script no. ,_ _, 

1. Lloyd "Cowboy" Copas. ©\6Jan71, 
C24425 . 

The greats of country music. Scripts. 
© Heirloom Productions of Hilliard, 
a partnership formed between Robert 
E. O'Brien & Jack C. Bartley. 
Script no. 

2. Judy Canova. © 17Mar71; C24738. 

3. Jimmie Rogers. © 17Mar71; 
C24739. 

4. Clyde Moody. © 17Mar71; C24740. 

5. Bill Monroe, pt.l: The creation 
of bluegrass. © 17Mar71; C24741. 

6. Bill Monroe, pt.2: His classic 
songs. © 17Mar71; C24742. 

7. Porter Wagoner. 17Mar71; C24743. 

O'CONNELL, RICHARD. 

The confidence man; a masquerade; an 
adaptation for the stage based on 
Herman Melville's The confidence^ 
man. 87 1. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Richard O'Oonnell; 
31Mar71; DU79803. 
Death' s Jest-book; a spectral fantasy 
based on Death's jest-book and other 
poems, by Thomas Lovell Beddoes . 
56 1. A musical play in 12 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Richard 
O'Connell; 13Jan71; DU78985. 

O'CONNOR, DOLORES J. 

Roomer. 51 1. A play in 10 scenes. 
© Dolores J. O'Connor; 6May71; 
DU80116 . 

O'DELL, PETER, pseud. See O'DONNELL, 
RICHARD P. 

ODETS, CLIFFORD. 

Two by two. See RODGERS, RICHARD. 

O'DONNELL, RICHARD P. 

Where the bong tree grows; a comedy in 
2 acts. 1 v. © Richard P. 
O'Donnell; 12Apr71; DU79883. 

OFFENBACH, JACQUES. 

Bon voyage. See MABLEY, EDWARD H. 

OGLE, MARVIN 0. 

A golden apocalypse; a play in one act. 
15 1. © Marvin 0. Ogle; 25Mar71; 
DU79769 . 

O'HARA, DONALD D. 

The pastor and. marriage therapy groups. 
See WILKE, RICHARD B. 



OHLSON, ERNST. 

Virginia City. See TESTER, CLARK H. 

O'KEEFE, DENNIS. 

My Felix. See KELLY, DANIEL. 



- : . 
The shuller's child: a tragedy in two 
acts . Introd . em :"- Brando:. 

46 p. (Irish draaa series, v. 5. 
William T. I'eeney, editor) 
introd., notes, bibliography & 
revisions. © 
30Mar71; A23^ 

OLAN, HELEN C. 

Teddy Bear Lady. No. 2. 1 v. Script. 
©Cass, Inc.; 2Jun71; C25202. 

OLDENBURG, GEORGE ALVIN MATTHEW. 

The FreAch market. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book only. 

-in Matthew Oldenburg; 
28Dec70; DU78984. 

OLIVER, CLINTON F. 

Contemporary black drama. Selected 
& edited with introductions by 
Clinton F. Oliver. Stephanie Sills, 
co-editor. New York, Scribner. 
451 p. NM: introductory essay; 
biography & Introd. to each play: 
compilation. © Charles Scribner' s 
Sons; 26jan71; A222033- 

OLIVER, DONALD. 

Confessions of a Carpathian chanteuse; 
a musical comedy, book by Donald 
Oliver & Patrick Shannon; music by 
Donald Oliver: lyrics by Annette 
Harper; based on material by Cher- 
amie Power & Donald Oliver. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Donald Oliver; HJan71; 
DU7S089 . 

OLIVER, FIDELI. 

Enrique Blanco; screenplay by Fideli 
Oliver & Glauco Velasquez (Glauco 
Del Mar, pseud.) 69 1. Spanish. 
© Anthony Felton; 5May71; DU80110. 

OLIVER, PETER. 

J. M.; an original screenplay. 1 v. 
© Peter Oliver; 22Feb71; DU79287- 

0' MORRISON, KEVIN. 

The Morgan Yard. 1 v. A play with 
music in 3 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Kevin 0' Morrison; 8Feb71; 
DU79134. 



ONDRACEK, MIROSLAV. 

A sexy girl for my boy. See 
SKVORECKY, JOSEF. 

O'NEIL, BRIAN DANIEL. 

Blackbird, blackbird. 52 1. Screen- 
play. © Brian Daniel O'Neil; 
8Feb71; DU797H. 
Oregano. 72 1. A screenplay. 
© Brian Daniel O'Neil; 16Feb71; 
DU79401. 

O'NEILL, CARLOTTA MONTEREY. 

Two biographical plays by Eugene 

O'Neill. See TINSLEY, MARY ADRIAN. 

O'NEILL (EUGENE) FOUNDATION. See 
EUGENE O'NEILL FOUNDATION. 

O'NEILL, EUGENE GLADSTONE. 

Two biographical nlays by Eugene 

O'Neill. See TINSLEY, MARY ADRIAN. 

OPATOSHU, DAN. 

Hustlin' nowhere; an original screen- 
play by Dan Opatoshu, Jonathan 
Kaplan & Jamie Anderson. 96 1. 
© Dan Opatoshu & Jonathan Kaplan; 
13Ar>r71; DU799H- 

OPP, PAUL F. 

The world of the university theatre. 
See RIGGS, JOHN M. 

ORDER OF DEMOLAY. DEDHAM CHAPTER. 
A Rainbow business meeting. See 
MACINNES, JUDITH 0. 



O'REILLY, ART. 
King Charlie. 



See SELBY, JACK. 



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O'REILLY, MICHAEL D. 

Dance for a naked lady; a play In 
three acts. 1 v. © Michael D. 
O'Reilly; 21Jan71; DU79216- 

ORLAND, YAACOV. 

The man behind the legend; a monodrama 
on the life & works of Theodor 
Herzl; written & compiled from his 
diaries & other documentary material. 
1 v. Two acts. © Yaacov Orland; 
21Apr71; DU79990. 



ORMAN, A. ERIC, pseud. 
ANDREW. 



SEE GOLDMAN, 



OROZCO, ELOY ROBERT, JR. 

I hate you, my love; screenplay. 
154 1. © E. R. Orozco, Jr.; 
20Jan71; DU79191- 

ORR, MARY. 

The tangled web; an original screen- 
play by Mary Orr & Reginald Denham. 
163 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
17Aug48, DU 16260. NM: additions & 
revisions . © Mary Orr & Reginald 
Denham; 25Jun71; DU80593- 



ORWELL, GEORGE. 
Lest we forget. 



See PETERKOFSKY, ALAN. 



OSBORN, CHARLES S. 

A day on the river; a screenplay. 

97 1. © Charles S. Osborn; 14May71; 
DU80204 . 

OSBORNE, RUTH F. 

Sex education. See KIRKENDALL, 
LESTER A. 

OSTLER, DELIA M. 

The story of the first Christmas. 3 1. 
© Delia M. Ostler; llMar71; C24635. 

OSTR0VE, ELLIS. 

Once in wonder. - See DE REFLER, 
SEYMOUR SANDY. 

0' SULLIVAN, MICHAEL. 

The other side of the wall; a play 
in one act. 18 1. © Michael 
O'Sulllvan; Uun71; DU80351- 

OSWALD, WILLIAM. 

Half a brain; a new, original musical 
play. 13^ 1. Four scenes. Book 
only. © Star National, Inc.; 
15Dec70; DP7561. 

OTWAY, THOMAS. 

The play of miracles; I will show you 
a ghost; & Nechayev; an evening of 
absurd entertainment. 1 v. Three 
plays. © Thomas Otway; lApr71; 
DU79818. 

OWEN, MACK. 

Who paid for the Last Supper? 87 1. 
A play in 2 acts . © Mack Owen; 
20May71; DU80260. 

OWEN, PAUL H. 

Paul Robeson; a play in three acts. 
127 1. © Paul H. Owen; l4jan71; 
DU79140 . 

OWENS, JOHN JOSEPH. 

Studies in the book of Job. 24 1. 
Sermon. © Broadman Films; l6jun71; 
C25235. 



OWENS, ROCHELLE. 
OWENS. 



See EC0N0M0N, ROCHELLE 



PADGETT, W. KEITH. 

The automobile salesman. Tape no.l. 
3 1. Monolog. © Poorman -Douglas 
Corp.; LMar71; C24662. 



Gross profits & CIC. Tape no. 3. 3 1. 

Monolog. © Poorman-Douglas Corp.; 

lMar71; 02^664 . 
A secure future. Tape no. 4. 31. 

Monolog. © Poorman-Douglas Corp.; 

lMar71; 024665. 
Why follow up? Tape no. 2. 3 1. 

Monolog. ©Poorman-Douglas Corp.; 

lMar71; C24663. 

PAGE, SARAH GENEVA. 

Hard work and pink teas; a saga of the 
American club woman. 21 1. A play 
in 1 act. © Sarah Geneva Page; 
24Feb71; DU79 1 *88. 

PAGELS, CHARLES F. 

Classroom discrimination. 2 sheets. 
® Charles F. Pagels; 17Feb71j 
C24621. 

PAGNOL, MARCEL. 

Topaze, texte definltif. Illus. de 
Suzanne Balllvet. [Monaco] Editions 
Pastorelly. 337 p. Four acts. 
NM: revisions, additions & illus. 
© Marcel Pagnol; 30Nov70; AFO-64230. 

PALIC-PAVLOV, ELPIDIO. 

Call me a psychopath; in three acts. 
3 v. A play. © Elpidio Pallc- 
Pavlov; 25Jun71; DU8O6O7 . 

PALMA, RICARDO. 

Don Dimas de la Tijereta. See 

PEREZ BARRETO, SAMUEL. 
El bbispo Chicheno. See PEREZ 

BARRETO, SAMUEL. 

PALMER, JOHN. 

Confessions of a necrophile; or, Never 
laugh when a hearse goes by. A play 
in two acts. 40 1. © John Palmer; 
4Jun71; DU80376. 

Memories for my brother. Pt. 1: Be- 
fore the guns. 85 1. A play in 
20 scenes. © John Palmer; 4Jun71; 
DU80377 . 

FALMER, WINTHHOP B. 

Nora. 44 1. A play in 14 scenes. 
© Win thro p B. Palmer; 5Mar71; 
DU79570. 

PAPELL, STAN. 

There came a big spider; a 2-act 
drama. 1 v. © Stan Papell; 
I8jan71; DU79169. 

PARAS, PAULA KELENE. 

The lady has her plan, by Paula Paras 
& Dennis Deal. 2 v. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Paula 
Helene Paras; 12Mar71; DU79565. 

PARENS, RACHEL A. 

The four-sided round; one play in 
three acts. 76 1. © Rachel A. 
Parens; 17Feb71; DU79416. 

PARENTI, MARIO. 

Falstaff. See VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 
Die Macht des Schicksals. See 
VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 
Othello. See VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

PARIS, JAMES R.*S^ <b^V^ 
The gap. See SMITHER, DAVID NEAL. 

PARKE, LAWRENCE. 

Minus one; a ritual exorcism for the 
theatre. 26 1. © Lawrence Parke; 
25Feb71; DU79496. 

PARKER, THOMAS. 

Okay Salem. See RUSSELL, ROBERT 
TRAYLOR. 



V 



PARMELE, GILBERT. 

52 weeks ago; an original sports show. 
Script by Gil Parmele . 9 1. 
© Gilbert Parmele; 2Jun71; C25181. 



PARODI, RENATO. 

Le cantatrici villane. See 
FIORAVANTI, VALENTINO. 

PARRILLA, ARTURO. 

1976; a play. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Arturo Parrllla; 17May71; 
DU80226. 

PARSON, MARY JEAN. 

Kaleidoscope; a celebration from min- 
strels to mods. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Mary Jean Parson; 2Feb71; 
DU79502. 

PASATIERI, THOMAS. 

Padrevia; opera in one act; German 
translation by Robert K. Evans. 
Bryn Mawr, Pa., Theodore Presser Co. 
64 p. English & German. Vocal 
score. © Theodore Presser Co.; 
19Apr71; DP7673. 

PASCAL, FRANCINE. 

Scandal. See PASCAL, JOHN R. 

PASCAL, FRANCINE P. 

Happy days; by John & Fran Pascal. 
1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book only. © Franc lne Pascal & 
John R. Pascal; 9Jul71; DU80529. 

PASCAL, JOHN R. 

Happy days. See PASCAL, FRANCINE P. 
Scandal, by John & Fran Pascal. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © John R. 
Pascal & Francine Pascal; lApiTl; 
DU79S14 . 

PASCHALL, H. FRANKLIN. 

Sermons for special occasions. 20 1. 
© Broadman Films; 12Apr71; C24750. 

PASCUAL, JOSE MARIA IZQUIERDO. 

Cristina y Leonor; guion de Jose Ma. 
Isquierdo Pascual y Luis Calvo 
Teixeira; adaptacion libre de la 
obra de D. Jacinto Benavente, Los 
intereses creados. 80 1. A screen- 
play. © Jose Maria Izquierdo Pas- 
cual & Luis Calvo Teixeira; 19Jan71; 
DU79095- 

PASl, MARIO. 

II Barone avaro. See NAPOLI, 
JACOPO. 

c AST0RIUS, ALICE M. 

Angellque, the good tooth fairv. See 
KAYE, JONI. 

PATHWAYS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, INC. 
A Pathways view of slavery — the 
Civil War and Reconstruction. 
Pt.1-7. 1 v. Seven scripts. 
© Pathways Educational Programs, 
Inc.; 27Jan71; C24518. 

PATLEY, INC. 

Weight reduction and control through 
self-hypnosis. See LYON, GEORGE 
COOK 

PATMALNEE, ROY F. 

National brotherhood test of 1492; a 
play in 2 acts. 84 1. © Roy F. 
Patmalnee; 28jun71; DU80623. 

PATRICK, JOHN. 

A barrel full of pennies; a comedy in 
two acts. Dramatists Play Service. 
62 p. Appl. states prev. reg. a. ; . 
The good Samaritan, 12May69, DU74272. 
NM: additions & revisions. © John 
Patrick; 23Feb71; DP7594. 
The dancing mice; a play in three 
acts. 1 v. © John Patrick; 
20May71; DU80257 . 
The dancing mice; a play in three 
acts. 1 v. © John Patrick; 
l6Jun71; DU8052I. 



PARIS, DENISE C. 

Come again j screenplay. 354 1. 
© Denise Paris; 12Feb71; DU79385. 



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PATRICK, JOHN. -Con. 

Lovely ladies -- kind gentlemen; a new 
musical comedy; book by John Patrick; 
based on his play, Teahouse of the 
August moon. 1 v. Two acts. Book 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
6Nov52, DU32340. NM: additions. 
© John Patrick; l6jun71; DU80458. 
MacBeth did it; a comedy in three acts. 
1 v. Appl. tl.: HcBeth did it. 
© John Patrick; 3May71; DU8OO90. 
Opal is a diamond. 1 v. A play in 

2 acts. © John Patrick; 26Apr71; 
DU80062 . 

The savage dilemma. 1 v. A play in 

3 acts. © John Patrick; 5Apr71; 
DU79847. 

PATTERSON DENTAL CO. 

The V.I. P. program. 12 1. Script. 
© Patterson Dental Co.; 27Jan71; 
C24609. 

PATTERSON, LUCILLE CAROLYN. 

Black is the patch; one act play. 

13 1. © Lucille Patterson; 24Jun71; 
DU80553 . 

PAUL, DAVY, pseud. See SCHUMANN, DAVTD 
PAUL. 

PAULMAN, LEE, pseud. See LICHTMAN, 
PAUL BERNHARD. 

PAULSON, ARVID. 

Master Olof. See STRINDBERC, JOHAN 

AUGUST. 
World historical plays. See STRIND- 
BERG, JOHAN AUGUST. 

PAVEY, HAROLD C. 

For the love of Art; a farce in three 
acts. 107 1. © Harold C. Pavey; 
4May71; DU80099. 

PAVLOV, ELPIDIO PALIC . See PALIC-PAVLOV, 
ELPIDIO. 

PAWLEY, THOMAS D. 

The black teacher and the dramatic 
arts. See REARDON, WILLIAM R. 

PAYTON, DONALD. 

They run In our family; a comedy in 
three acts. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 
Heuer Pub. Co. 65 p. © Heuer Pub. 
Co.; 30Sep70; DP7529. 

PAZANDAK, ALEXANDER. 

An elegy of life; screenplay; a full- 
length melodrama with music. 119 1- 
Three acts. © Alexander Pazandak; 
I8jan71; DU79172. 

PEARL, LEE. 

The good old days. See GAUMONT, 
IRVING . 

PEARL, RUTH. 

Bed mates; a sex comedy. 84 1. Three 
acts. © Ruth Pearl; 19Apr71; 
DU79837. 

PEDDY, JAMES AUTHOR. 

Run Toby, run; by James A. & Paul R. 
Peddy. 1 v. A musical play in 2 
parts. © Paul R. Peddy & James A. 
Peddy; 5May71; DU79944. 

PEDDY, PAUL ROBERT. 

Run Toby, run. See PEDDY, JAMES 
AUTHOR. 

PELL, OTTO. 

Could I have my wife back please? 
A new comedy by Howard Pell. 1 v. 
© Howard Pell; 29Jan71; DU79109. 

PENGUIN BOOKS, INC. 

Julius Caesar. See SHAKESPEARE, 

WILLIAM. 
A midsummer night's dream. See 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 



PEREZ BARRETO, SAMUEL. 

Don Dimas de la TIJereta; tradlcion 
peruana by Rlcardo Palma. Adap'.a- 
clon teatral de Samuel Perez Barreto. 
Philadelphia, Center for Curriculum 
Development. 20 p. (Teatro contem- 
poraneo) HM: introd. © Center for 
Curriculum Development, Inc.; 
3May71; A246271. 
El oblspo Chicheno; tradlcion peruana 
by Ricardo Palma. Adaptation 
teatral de Samuel Perez Barreto. 
Philadelphia, Center for Curriculum 
Development. 16 p. (Teatro contem- 
poraneo) NM: introd. © Center for 
Curriculum Development, Inc.; 
3May71; A246265- 

PERGRIM, ROBERT LEE. 

The fractured fairy tale; a musical in 
one act by Bob Pergrim. 17 P- 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert Lee 
Pergrim; 12Apr71; DU79675- 
The ghost of Mr. Richardson; a musical 
in one act by Bob Pergrim. 24 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert Lee 
Pergrim; 3May71; DU80085. 

PER1CA, LOU. 
High and dusty. 
ROBERT. 



Right in your own back yard. 
SILVERLIGHT, BARRY MILES. 



See 



See COLTMAN, 



PERKINS, CARL. 

Me without you. 2 1. Recitation. 
© Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.; 3May71; 
C25029. 

PERKINS, ROBERT M. , JR. 

Leaves of the moon goden; a screen- 
play. 72 1. © Robert M. Perkins, 
Jr.; 27Jan71; DU79244. 

PERLMUTTER, LEONARD L. 

Decision. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Leonard L. Perlmutter; l8Mar71; 
DU79689. 

PERRIE, ERNESTINE. 

Macbeth; adaptation for Theatre in 
Education. 35 1- A play. 
© Theatre in Education, Inc . ; 
28Jun71; DU80561. 

PERRON, LILLIAN D. S. 

Socialized medicine; by Perron D. 
Sarkissian, pseud. 16 1. A play. 
© Lillian D. S. Perron; 25Jun71; 
DU80606 . 

PERRY j SHAUNEILLE. See RYDER, 
SHAUNEILLE PERRY. 

PERTWEE, MICHAEL. 

She's done it again; a farce in two 
acts; with acknowledgements to 
Vernon Sylvaine & Guy Bolton. Lon- 
don, English Theatre Guild. 1 v. 
(Guild library) © Michael Pertwee; 
7Dec70; DF2065. 

PETACH, JAY. 

Grease; a contemporary American 
redneck multi-media experience in 
two acts. 36 1. A musical. Book 
& lyrics only. © Jay Petach; 
15Jun71; DU80388. 

Grease; a contemporary American red- 
neck rock opera. 45 1. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states unpub. 
version prev. reg. NM: additions. 
© Redneck Music; 4jun71; DP7709. 

PETERKOFSKY, ALAN. 

Lest we forget; a screenplay based on 
George Orwell's novel, Burmese days. 
139 1. NM: dramatization & adapta- 
tion. © Alan Peterkofsky; 28jun71; 
DU80619. 

PETERSON, GEOFFREY R. 

Arthur! A boy becomes king. A musical 
play in two acts; words S- music by 
Jay Kerr, book by Geoff Peterson. 
1 v. Book only. © Geoff Peterson; 
21Apr71; DU79989. 



PETERSON, GERALDINE. 

Black blues, by Geri Peterson. 10 1. 
Screenplay. © Geraldine Peterson; 
12jan71; DU79097. 

PETERSON, GREGORY. 

Distraction; film script in twenty- 
four scenes by Gregory Jones 
Peterson, pseud. 1 v. © Gregory 
Peterson; 2Apr71; DU79824. 



PETERSON, MELVYN. 

Jack and the beanstalk. 
ELIZABETH. 



See HENNESSEY, 



PETRONIUS. 

The satyricon. See FOSTER, PAUL. 

PETROVIC, ALEKSANDER. 

Le maitre et Marguerite; un film 
d'apres le ror:ar. ie Mikhail Boulga- 
kov. 104 1. © French Reproduction 
Rights; 25Jan71; DU79380. 

PETTIT, PAUL BRUCE. 

Ala-ed-din, the Caliph, and the 

dreadful magician; a tale from east 
of the rising sun. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Paul Bruce Pettit; 
22Feb71; DU79460. 

PETTIT, R. H., pseud. See CH0D0R0V, 
MRS. EDWARD. 

PEVNY, WILHELM. 

Rais. Wien, Universal Edition. 75 p. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; 25Feb71; 
DFO-I819 . 

PEZZATI, MAURO. 

II coccodrillo. See BUCCHT, 
VALENTINO. 

PFEIFFER, FRANK. 

I've made my bed. 6 1. Screenplay. 

© Frank Pfeiffer; 10Feb71; DU79361. 
The purse. 51 1. Screenplay. 

© Frank Pfeiffer; 10Feb71; DU79362. 



PHELAN, BERNARD J., pseud. 
DONNELLY, ELIZABETH N. 



See 



PHELPS, ARTHUR BRYAN EDWARD. 

Running from the dawn; original story 
8- screenplay. 1st draft. 136 1. 
© Arthur Bryan Edward Phelps; 
28jan71; DU79253. 

PHIL, pseud. See GRECO, PHILIP. 

PHILLIPS, JOBYNA. 

Everybody's world at Broadway and 
Powell Streets. 18 1. Screenplay. 
© Jobyna Phillips; 6May71; DU80190. 

PHILLIPS, KALMAN. 

Days*Ease fly-trap. 2 sheets. Tele- 
vision commercial. © Donald D. 
Lewis Advertising, Inc.; HFeb71; 
C24502. 

PHOS-CINE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

The Martian Earth show. See LEOKUM, 
LEONARD. 

PIAVE, FRANCESCO MARIA. 

If your dolly wants to rigoletter. 

See QUAYLE, EDWARD. 
Die Macht des Schicksals. See 

VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 
Simon Boccanegra. See VERDI, 
GIUSEPPE. 

PICHLER, GUSTAV. 

Glueck, Missbrauch und Rueckkehr. 
See NESTROY, JOHANN. 

PILLEMENT, GEORGES. 

Le theatre d'aujourd "hui de Jean Paul 
Sartre a Arrabal. [Paris] Le 



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Belier. 521 p. NM: introd. & 
compilation. © Editions le Belier; 
10Nov70; AFO-64014. 

IURY, 

Happy honeymoon. 37 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Edgar Alfrpd Pillsbi 
9Apr71; DU79878. 
There's no fleas on me. 37 1- 

A play in 3 acts. © Edgar Alfred 
Pillsbury; lMar71; DU79527 . 

PINCUS, HERBERT JULIUS. 

The bed bug; screenplay by Herb Pincus. 
100 1. © Herbert Julius Pincus; 
Uun71; DU80352. 

PINCUS, JACOB T. 

Sholom; a play with music in two acts; 
book & lyrics by Jacob T. Pincus, 
music by H. Baron Moss. 1 v. 
C Jacob T. Pincus & H. Baron Moss; 
3Feb71; DU79236. 

PINE, PHILLIP E. 

And puppy dog's tails; an original 
screenplay. 118 1. © Phillip E. 
Pine; l6Jun71; DU80514. 
Quiet desperation; a comedy drama. 
122 1. Screenplay. © Phillip E. 
Pine; 24Feb71; DU79490. 
You pay the piper; an original screen- 
play by Phillip Pine fr Ward Wood. 
117 1. © Phillip Pine S- Ward Wood; 
23Feb71; DU79485. 

PINTO, MARY A. 

A likely story; a play in one act. 
22 1. © Mary Pinto; l8Feb71; 
DU79435- 

PIONEER DRAMA SERVICE. 

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's 

Chickenman. See KELLY, TIM. 
Lullabye. See MCLARNAN, PHYLLIS. 

PIRANDELLO, LUIGI. 

Enrico IV. Edited by Marcel Tetel. 
New York, Appleton-Century-Crof ts. 
Ill p. 3 acts. In Italian. 
NM: introd., exercises, vocabulary, 
presentation & format. © Meredith 
Corp.; 9Jun71; A244100. 
Jig (Liola) A country comedy; 

translated Sc transposed by Fletcher 
Collins, Jr. 46 1. Three acts. 
NM: translation. © Fletcher Collins, 
Jr.; 21Jun71; DU80392. 
Pensaci, Giacomio; commedia in tre 
atti; edited by Edoardo A. Lebano. 
Waltham, Mass., Ginn & Co. 121 p. 
NM: additions. © Ginn & Co.; 
4Jan71; A242451. 

PITT, GEORGE. 

The Eames girl. See KAPLAN, SOL. 

PLATE, NORMAN EDWARD. 

The brilliant leader of the forest 
of dreams; a one act play for 
children. 1 v. © Norman Edward 
Plate; 29Apr71; DU80052. 

PLEVA, RUTH. 

God knows; a one-act play by Ruth 

Pleva 4 Elly Carr, pseud, of Eleanor 
Rakowitz. 28 1. © Ruth Pleva & Elly 
Carr; 17Jun71; DU80436. 

PO-TING, IP. 

Lecture notes on alternics. Pt.1-2. 
39 1. © Po-tlng Ip; 4May71; C24972. 

P0DG0RSKI, MIRIAM CODER. 

Rachel's colonial belles. Rev. 
26 1. © Miriam Coder Podgorski; 
23Mar71; DU79733. 

POET GALLERY PRESS. 

Plastics are fluid again. See 
HAKIM, S. 

The secretary. See HAKIM, S. 



POGGIALI, LEONARD. 

The idol worshipper; a play. 80 1 . 
Appl. states prev. reg. as a sh 
play in It's only a 4 letter wor 
9Feb70, DU76315. NM: additions. 
t> Leonard Poggiali; 24Mar71; 
DU79749. 

POIRE, JEAN. 

Douce-amere; une comedie de Jean 

Poiret, pseud. 141 1. Two pai b 

© Jean Poiret; 6jan71; DU79027. 

POIRET, JEAN, pseud. See POIRE, JEAN. 

POLICE RESEARCH ASSOCIATES. 

Fingerprint lifting. See BRISTOW, 
ALLEN P. 

Handcuffing techniques. See BRISTOW, 
ALLEN P. 

Testing for intoxication -- the breath- 
alyzer. See BRISTOW, ALLEN P. 

POLSKIN, HARVEY H. 

The Polskin method (How to easily 
teach anybody — over the age of 5 
-- to read) For presentation in 
lecture form. 61 1. © Harvey H. 
Polskin; 21Apr71; C24979. 

P0NCELL0 MUSIC. 

Jiminie, the Christmas tree. See 
WATTS, WENDELL. 

PONTE, ETTORE. 

The black angel of Mont[e]cassino; 
original telescript; based on the 
famous song Angelitos negros, by 
Andres Eley & Blance Alvarez 
Maciste. 9 1. Includes music for 
1 song. NM: new book & English 
translation of prev. pub. song. 
© Ettore Ponte; l6Mar71; DU79475. 

PONTIAC MOTOR DIVISION, GENERAL MOTORS 
CORP. See GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 
PONTIAC MOTOR DIVISION. 

POOL, CARL W. 

Basic primary causes and working prin- 
ciples of our world. 21 1. Lecture. 
© Carl W. Pool; 24May71; C25051. 
The bottomless pit of confusion and 
complexity. 32 1. Speech. 
© Carl W. Pool; 30Jun71; C25385. 

P00RMAN-D0UGLAS CORP. 

The automobile salesman. See 

PADGETT, W. KEITH. 
Gross profits & CIC. See PADGETT, 

W. KEITH. 
A secure future. See PADGETT, 

W. KEITH. 
Why follow up. See PADGETT, W. 

KEITH. 



POPELKA, JOACHIM. 

Die Macht des Schicksals. 
VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 



See 



POQUELIN, JEAN BAPTISTE. 

Don Juan, by Moliere, pseud.; trans- 
lated by Theater of All Possibili- 
ties. Synergetic Press. 75 p. 
Five acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
& prev. pub. NM: translation & dra- 
matization of 2d act. © Synergetic 
Press; 1Nov70; DP7698. 

The love doctor. See MACPHERSON, DON. 
The school for wives, by Moliere, 
pseud.; in a new English verse 
translation by Richard Wilbur. New 
York, Dramatists Play Service. 
81 p. Five acts.' © Richard Wilbur; 
2Jun71; DP7693. 
The skillful skullduggery of Scapin. 
See NIEMI, RICHARD M. 

PORTER, ALBERT 0. 

Trouble in paradise. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Albert 0. Porter; 8Apr71: 
DU79869. 



P01 ■ , . F. 

Potowmack Valley, by Jonathan Post, 
peeud. 1 v. Three acts. With 
music. © John F. Porter; 29Mar71; 
DP7645 . 

POST, JONATHAN, pseud. See PORTER, 
JOHN F. 

POSTAL, STEVE J. 

Tree fantasy. See WATSON, DIANA M. 

POTTER, BEATP. 

Peter Rabbit. See STUTTS, MARY B. 

POWELL, F. AMOS. 

The cottage; an original screenplay. 

1st draft. 154 1. (■> p. Amos 
Powell; 15Jan71; DU79132. 

POWELL, LEROY EMERSON. 

Dilemma at evergreen. 94 1. A play 
in 7 acts. © Leroy Emerson Powell: 
17May71; DU80214. 

POWER, AMBURN. 

Hoppy's trip. See WELCH, FAY LINBERG. 

POWER, CHERAMIE. 

Confessions of a Carpathian 

chanteuse. See OLIVER, DONALD. 

POWER, PATRICK VICTOR. 

Who needs enemies? Or, The hill of 
slain. 103 1. A musical play in 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Patrick Victor Power; 3Mar71- 
DU79381. 

PRENTICE-HALL, INC. 

The play and the reader. See 
JOHNSON, STANLEY. 

PRESSER (THEODORE) CO. 

Padrevia. See PASATIERI, THOMAS. 

PREST, RICHARD D. 

A message of importance for you and 
your family. 2 1. Recording script. 
© Idea Consultants, Inc.; HMay71; 
C24999- 
Someone cares about you. 3 1. 
Recording script. © M.R. Enter- 
prises; 10May71; C24992. 

PRESTON, ANTHONY GLENW00D. 

On the road; a playlet by Tony 
Preston. 5 1. © Anthony (Tony) 
Glenwood Preston; 20Apr71; DU79980. 

PREUITT, ELIZABETH MCCARTHY. 

Ann's allegro; by Patrick McCarthy, 
pseud. 62 1. An opera in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as American 
love song, 16May55, EU397535. 
NM: revisions. © Elizabeth 
McCarthy Preuitt; l4jun71; DU805O6. 

PREVERT, JACQUES. 

Le jour se leve. See CARNE, MARCEL. 

PRIDEAUX, JAMES. 

Stuffings; a play in one act. 26 1. 
© James Prideaux; 21Jun71; DU80393. 

PRIEST, DANIEL JOSEPH. 

Funhouse play; a play for dancers. 
35 1. © Daniel Joseph Priest; 
29Apr71; DU80048. 

PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. 

Black history: Africa past, pt.l. 
19 1. Filmstrip script. © Violet 
Priestley; 21May71; C25062. 

Black history: 1492-1865, pt.2. 14 I. 
Filmstrip script. © Violet Priest- 
ley; 21May71; C25O63 . 
Black history: 1865-1915, pt.3. 13 1. 
Filmstrip script. © Violet Priest- 
ley; 21May71; C25064 . 
Black history: 1915-1970, pt.4. 18 1. 
Filmstrip script. © Violet Priest- 
ley; 21May71; C25O65. 



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PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. -Con. 

Dissection of a frog, pt.l. 14 l. 
Fllmstrlp script. © Violet Priest- 
ley d.b.a. Library Fllmstrlp Center: 
21May71; C25O6O. 

Dissection of a frog, pt.2. 10 1 
Fllmstrlp script. © Violet Priest- 
ley; 21May71; C2506I. 

Globe cruising. 15 1. Fllmstrlp 
script. © Violet Priestley d.b.a. 
Library Fllmstrlp Center; 21May71; 
C25059. J ' 

Map and atlas survey. 15 1. Film- 
strip script. © Violet Priestley 
d.b.a. Library Fllmstrlp Center; 
21May71; C25056 . 
Multimedia center. 11 l. Fllmstrlp 
script. © Violet Priestley d.b.a. 
Library Fllmstrlp Center; 21May71; 
C25058. ' 

Set theory. 11 1. Fllmstrlp script. 
© Violet Priestley d.b.a. Library 
Fllmstrlp Center; 21May71; C25O57. 

PRINCE, WILLIAM S. 

It isn't the cough that carries you 
off; a play in one act and one scene 
by Steve Prince. 38 1. © Steve 
Prince; 5May71; DU80087 . 

PRITCHARD, BARRY. 

Captain Fantastic meets the ectomorph. 
(In Scanlan, D. 5 comedies. Bos- 
ton, Houghton Mifflin, p .315-340) 
© Barry Pritchard; 2Mar71; DP7677 . 

PROUSE, DEREK. 

Barkum Bailey. See COMPTON, JULEEN. 
PROVOST, CONSUELA M. 

The Reverend; a comedy in one act 
written by Sybil Kein, pseud. 11 1 
© Consuela M. Provost; 15Apr71- 
DU79932- 

PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION 
The treatment of a severely 

J0HN n A USnt y ° Ung man ' See L1NT >0N, 

PUBLIC AFFAIRS CONFERENCE CENTER. 
Propensities toward violence in the 
American ideology. See ROELOFS, 
H. MARK. ' 

PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

La boheme, by Giacomo Puccini; Szenen 
aus Henri Murgers Vie de boheme in 

unTLui^T?^™ G1USeWe ^-o- ln 
und Luigi Illica; neue deutsche Ue- 

dP,f Inf Ung V 2 n Hans Swarowsky; nach 
dem Autograph der Partitur revidiert 
von Francesco Bellezza. Frankfurt/ 
Main Ricordi. 210 p . German & V 
Italian. Klavierauszug. NM: German 
translation & editing. © G. Ric™d? 
& C., S.P.A.; 31Dec65; DF2073 
Madame Butterfly, by Giacomo Puccini- 

vorLui^ e T^ ag0edle ln drei Akt "" 
IT n»i g t i 1XCa Und Gi^ePPe Giaco- 

Itiasco n , 1 ™ ^ er Lon S u "d Eavid 
Belasco; neue deutsche Uebertragung 

de? ?a?ti?, artleb ? " aCh dem Autograph 
B lo?l r r evidiert von Michelan- 
gelo Abbado. Frankfurt/Main, Ricor- 
,,r ^i P- German & Italian. Kla- 
vierauszug. nm : 0erman tran "i at ^ a 

t editing. © G. Ricordi & c., 

S.P.A.; 3.1Dec66; DF2072. 
Tosca, by Giacomo Puccini; Oper in 
drei Akten von Giuseppe Giacosa und 
Luigi Illica; neue deutsche Uebertra- 
gung von Guenther Rennert; nach dem 
Autograph der Partitur revidiert von 
Francesco Bellezza; nach dem Drama 
von Victorlen Sardou. Frankfurt/ 
Main, Ricordi. 272 p. German & 
Italian. Klavierauszug. NM: German 
translation & editing. © G. Ricordi 
& C, S.P.A.: 31Dec66; DF20Y7 . 

PUCHART, DOROTHY A. 

Who ate the canary? 75 1. A scr een- 

Efeg® D ° rothy A - ^^tJ "SS7U 



DRAMAS 



PUCKETT, WJLMA. 

What have you done to my mountain? 
A contemporary Appalachian music- 
drama ln three acts by Eusebia 
Hunklns; songs by Wilma Puckett. 
2 v. Three acts. @ Eusebia Hunklns; 
25Jan71; DU79659. 

PUGH, GARALD. 

New life in Him; an Easter drama 

Kansas City, Mo., Lillenas Pub. Co. 
24 p. Five scenes. © Lillenas Pub. 
Co.; Uan71; DP7659. 

PULLMAN, SAUL. 

Love and the call girl. 62 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Saul Pullman; 13Apr71; 
DU79907. 

PUPPETEERS OF AMERICA, INC. 

Bad luck, good luck. See KORYBUT 
WANDA. ' 

The occupants. See BOYLAN. 

ELEANOR. ' 

Spaceship to cloudland. See 

LYNCH, HAROLD. 

PURL, MICHAELj EMMETT. 

Bonanza: The brother. Written by 
Michael E. Prul & Robbie D. Robin- 
son. 50 1. Screenplay. © Michael 
Emmett Prul & Robbie David Robin- 
son; lFeb71; DU79275. 

PURNELL, janaire r. 

A beggar in the court of Solomon; a 
j-act Biblical play by Janaire R. 
Purnell & Donald Avant. 38 1 
© Janaire R. Purnell & Donald 
Avant; 220ct70; DP7610. 

PUR YEAR, BRONSON LEE. 

The pain of second birth; a play in 
eighteen scenes by Calvin Knox 
Young, pseud. 195 1. © Bronson 
Lee Puryear; 21May71; DU80279. 
The resurrection of the damned, by 
Calvm Knox Young, pseud. 155 1 
A play in 13 scenes . © Bronson Lee 
Puryear; 21May71; DU80277 . 

PUSHKIN, ALEKSANDR SERGEEVICH. 
II Barone avaro. See NAPOLI 
JACOPO. ' 



Jan.-June 



QUALITY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES. 
Consumer protection thru product 
assurance; a presentation. 17 1 
© Albert E. Kaplan; 15Mar71; C24796. 

QUANDOUR, MOHY I. 

Cherokee; an original screenplay. 

DU80177.® M ° hy *' Quandour i 2^71; 
QUAYLE, EDWARD. 

If your dolly wants to rlgoletter; a 
country/western opera in two acts- 
based very loosely on Piave's li- 
bretto; music to be based on the 
score of Rigoletto by Giuseppe 

1%V- Jl 1 " ^^ «• lyrics only. 
© Edward Quayle; 2Apr71; DU79822. 



PY, TOM. 

Rownd wun; a record album script. 
12 1. Book & lyrics only. Appl 
author: Cold Shot Productions, Inc 
employer for hire. © Cold Shot Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; 22Feb71; DU79320. 



QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE 
INC. ' 

Basic food. Sheet. Radio script. 
© Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive, Inc.; 9Apr71; C25006. 
Gi £ 1- „ , she et. Radio script. © Quali- 
ty Bakers of America Cooperative, 
Inc.; 8Mar71; C24759. 
Great news. Sheet. Radio script. 
© Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive, Inc.; 9Apr71; C25004. 
Mother. Sheet. Radio script. 

© Quality Bakers of America, Inc.; 
8Mar71; c 2475 6. 
Protein. 2 sheets. Radio script. 
© Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive, Inc.; 8Mar71; C24757. 
Silhouette. Sheet. Radio script. 
© Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive, Inc.; 8Mar71; C24758. 
Whistle. Sheet. Radio script. 

©Quality Bakers of America Coopera- 
tive, Inc.; 9Apr71; C25003. 
Young housewife. 2d rev. Sheet 
Radio script. © Quality Bakers of 
C25005 a Cooperative * In c.j 9Apr71; 



QUEIROLO, JOSE MARTINEZ. 
QUEIROLO, JOSE. 



See MARTINEZ 



QUIMBY, CHARLES RUSSELL. 

Of sailing ships and sealing wax- 
a play. 76 1. © Charles Russell 
Quimby; 6May71; DU80237 . 

QUINN, JOHN FRANCIS. 

Hammerblows. 11 1. a nlav pi t«>, 
Francis Quinn; lOM^l- DU7 9 f 9 8 ^ 
Jack's travails. 19 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Joh, 
Francis Quinn; 27Jan71; DU79218 
Menage a trois . 29 1. A play 

?S g ivn h -™,? John Fra "cis Ouinn; 
3Feb71; DU79317. 

QUINNELL, RICHARD. 
In the beginning. 
DENNIS. 



See DOTY, 



R 



RACINA, THOM, pseud. 
THOMAS F. 



See RAUCINA, 



See MCPHERSON, 



RADCLIFFE, FREDERICK ROY. 

Alpha tour, no.l. 15 1. Tape script. 

© Fred R. Radcliffe; 5Feb71; C24548. 
Alpha tour, no. 3. 10 1. Tape script. 

© Fred R. Rddcliffe; 5Feb71; C24550. 

RADEMACHER, GARY E. 

Goal-oriented radio advertising sales 
presentation, by Gary E. "Rod" 
Rademacher. 6 1. © Gary E 
Rademacher; 7Apr71; C24809. ' 

RAD2AT, GARY F. 
Pink angels. 
MARGARET . ■ 

RAGE, ANDY, pseud. See RAJCOK, ANDREW S. 

RAJCOK, ANDREW S. 

How Ali Baba found the treasure cave 
of the 40 thieves; a tale from 
Ancient Persia. Chap.l, by Andv 
Rage, pseud. 9 1. Script. NM- 

C25384 t±0n ' ® Andy Rage; 30Jun 71; 
Up the put-down, by Andy Rage, pseud. 
Sheet. © Andy Rage; 25Jan71; 

RAKOFF, JED. 

The people of New York vs. one book 
See SWIER, CHARLES. 

RAK0WIT2, ELEANOR. 

God knows. See PLEVA, RUTH. 
RALEY, PAUL JAMES. 

Carlester County; a screenplay. 

DU79349.® PaUl JameS Raley; 8Fe b71; 

RAMATI, ROMAN HAUBENSTOCK- So* 
HAUBENSTOCK-RAMATI, ROMAN. 

RAND, SINAI. 

Physical gas dynamics. 2 v. © Sinai 
Rand; I8jan71; C24429. 



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RANDMARC PRODUCTIONS. 

Sea spoiler. 56 1. (Mannlx) A 
teleplay. © RandMarc Productions; 
21May71; DU80238. 

RANDOLPH, JEREMY. 

Blowup in A major; a play in one act. 
39 1. © Jerry Randolph; loFebYl; 

DU79425- , , 

Forever alien. 17 1- A play. 

© Jerry Randolph; 19Feb71; DU79 1 «1. 

RANDOLPH, JOHN. 

The nihilists. See EWEN, FREDERIC. 

RANDOM, DARRELL. 

The rose girl; a multi-media play. 
103 1. Two acts. Darrell Random; 
28Dec70; DU79035- 

RANIA, ALBERT NI0OLIN0. 

Midnight love re; original screenplay. 
13 1. llbert N. Rania; 22Feb71; 
DU79289 . 
Nymoho motel. 15 1. A screenplay. 
© Albert Nicolino Rania; 28Jun71; 
DU8058I. 
Wasp people; original screenplay. 
27 1. 6 Albert N. Rania; 22Feb71; 
DU79278. 

RANKI, GYORGY. 

Az ember tragediaja; miszterium opera, 
2 reszben, 15 kepben, kozjatekokkal; 
Madach Imre dramai koltemenyebol, 
szoveget osszeallitotta es zenejet 
szerzette Ranki Gyorgy. 2 v. Piano 
score. NM: music & adaptation. 
© Gyorgy Ranki; 25Feb71; DU79511. 

RAPIER, PASCAL M. 

Teaching relativity with four-vectors. 
6 1. Lecture. © Pascal M. Rapier; 
27Jan71; C24517. 

RAPPOLT, HEDWIG D. 

The Hindu-Arabic number system, by 
Hedwig D. Rappolt & Katherine Schel- 
bert. 46 1. Recording script. 
Appl. ti.: One! Two! Three! The Hin- 
du-Arabic number system. Appl. 
states adaptation, revision & addi- 
tions to unpublished work by Franz 
Josef Bogner. © Hedwig D. Rappolt & 
Katherine Schelbert; 27Jan71; 
C24470 . 

RAPTIS, CONSTANTINOS ANGELO. 

In the middle; a musical; book by 
Laurence Taylor, pseud.; lyrics by 
Constantinos Angelo Raptis . 110 1. 
Two acts. Book 8- lyrics only. 
© Constantinos Angelo Raptis; 
17May71; DU80193- 

RATKOWSKI, THOMAS M. 

Hello, Michelangelo; a new comedy. 
1 v. Two acts. © Thomas M. 
Ratkowski; 28jun71; DU80442. 

RAUCH, CAROLYN. 

Love song to the Missouri, the Omaha 
arrow; by Dwayne B. Ibsen, original 
music by Carolyn Rauch. 59 1- 
A play. © Dwayne Ibsen; Uun71; 
DU80348. 

RAUCINA, THOMAS F. 

Alice in Wonderland; a mod, mad musi- 
cal based on the famous Lewis Car- 
roll tale; book, music & lyrics by 
Thorn Racina, pseud. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Thomas F. Raucina; l6Mar71; 
DU79670. 

RAUWORTH, MARY. 

As the stomach turns. 6 1. A play. 
© Mary Rauworth; 15Mar71; DU79639- 

RAWLINGS, PAUL B. 

The first bomb; a play in 3 acts. 
1 v. © Paul B. Rawlings; 2Feb71; 
DU79305. 
The hungry ones; Sailors at an ex- 
hibition; A song for Helen. 1 v. 
Three 1 act plays. © Paul B. 
Rawlings; 21Jun71; DU80464. 



RAYMOND, MARY. 

Keys, keys, keys to music. Sheet. 
i.y Raymond; lBMarYl; C24671. 

RAYNER, BETTY. 

Four short plays. See RAYNER, JOAN. 
The puppet theatre that walked. See 

RAYNER, JOAN. 
Two plays. See RAYNER, JOAN. 

RAYNER, JOAN. 

Four short plays, by Joan & Betty 
Rayner. The tale of the ox; Cache- 
cache; A devil sells out; Hats for 
cats. London, English Theatre 
Guild. 21 p. © Joan Rayner & Betty 
Rayner; 23Sep70; DF2086. 
The puppet theatre that walked; a play 
based on a Chinese custom by Joan & 
Betty Rayner. London, English 
Theatre Guild. 14 p. © Betty 
Rayner & Joan Rayner; 23Sep70; 
DF2082. 
Two plays; by Joan & Betty Rayner. 
The tongue-cut sparrow; The girl who 
became a bird. London, English 
Theatre Guild. 19 P . © Joan Rayner 
& Betty Rayner; 23Sep70; DF2081 . 

REAL, MARUJA MARTIN. See MARTIN REAL, 
MARUJA . 

REARDON, DENNIS J. 

Siamese connections; a ghost story in 
two acts. 1 v. © Dennis J. Rear- 
don; 10Feb71; DU79197 . 

REARDON, JOHN EDWARD. 

Charged compounds in solid or liquid 
rocket fuels. Sheet. NM: revision. 
© John Edward Reardon; 8Mar71; 
C246l4 . 
Explosion detection devices. Sheet. 
© John Edward Reardon; 8Mar71; 
C24694 . 
Locks on refrigerators, freezers and 
other appliances; panel discussion. 
Sheet. © John Edward Reardon; 
8Mar71; C24637. 
Missile lift capability and venting. 
Sheet. NM: revision. © John 
Edward Reardon; 8Mar71; C24615. 
Oil storage and distribution; panel 
discussion. Sheet. © John Edward 
Reardon; 8Mar71; C24618. 
Space travel vehicles. Sheet. Panel 
discussion. © John Edward Reardon; 
22Apr71; C24962. 

REARDON, WILLIAM R. 

The black teacher and the dramatic 
arts; a dialogue, bibliography, and 
anthology. William R. Reardon & 
Thomas D. Pawley, editors. Westport, 
Conn., Negro Universities Press. 
487 p. (Contributions in Afro-Ameri- 
can and African studies, no. 3) 
NM: pref., dialogue, bibliography, 
anthology & pt.1-2. © Thomas D. 
Pawley & William R. Reardon; 23Sep70; 
A227057 • 

REAVTS, RALPH. 

The Journey of the black man in com- 
memoration of the life of Martin 
Luther King. 3 1. Monolog. 
© Ralph Reavis; 23Jun71; C25351. 

REBAR, ALEXANDER. 

Influence; story & screenplay. 110 1. 
© Alexander Rebar; 19Mar71; DU79693. 

RECUERDA, JOSE MARTIN. 

The savages in Puente San Gil. Trans- 
lation by Lilia Molina. 60 1 . A 
play in 2 acts. © Rogelia Lilia 
Molina & Jose Martin Recuerda; 
25Jan71; DU79269. 

RED, BUEYL. 

Hello, world! A musical drama; music 
by Buryl Red, book & lyrics by Betty 
Jo Corum & Ragan Courtney. Nash- 
ville, Broadman Press. 112 p. 
© Broadman Press; 28May71; DP7697. 



REDDICK, JANE B. 

Once a soldier boy; fiction by Jai 
Brock, pseud. 6 1. © Jane B. 
Reddlck; 20Jan71; C24499- 
Sit in the corner and say amen; a nar- 
ration by Jai Brock, pseud. 4 1. 
© Jane B. Reddlck; 20Jan71; C24498. 

REDNECK MUSIC. 

Grease. See PETACH, JAY. 

REDWINE, WILBUR. 

Frank Merriwell; a musical in two 
acts. Music & lyrics by Skip 
Redwlne & Larry Frank, pseud., book 
by Skip Redwlne, Larry Fran . 
8: Heywood Gould. 2 v. Skip 
Redwlne, Larry Frank & Heywood 
Gould; Uun71; DU80271. 

REEB, PAULINE K. 

The dollmaker's dream; by Pr-nny K. 
Roods, pseud. 1 v. A musical i 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Pauline K. Reeb; 30Apr71; DU799'*7. 

REED, JOEL M. 

The renegade ghouls of Caddo Swa:i 1 ; 
The case of the barbecued starlet. 
100 1. Screenplay. © Joel M. Reed; 
5Apr71; DU79851. 

REESE, MARK ALLAN. 

June 1970 by any other name: cherry 
pie; a play in one act. 16 1. 
© Mark Allan Reese; 2Apr71; DU79821. 



REEVES, MARGARET. 

Cheerful weather on the lake. 
REEVES, THEODORE. 



See 



REEVES, THEODORE. 

Cheerful weather on the lake; a play. 
1 v. Three acts. © Margaret 
Reeves; l6Feb71; DU79589. 

REGENBAUM, KENNETH. 

The flesh between the fingers. 109 1. 
A play in 3 acto. © Kenneth 
Regenbaum; 26Mar71; DU79774. 

REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. 
. See UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. 
REGENTS . 

REICHENBERG, GERARD P. 

Hidalgo. 88 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Gerard P. Reichenberg; 30Jun71; 
DU80647 . 

REID, HAZEL. 

Sickfare. See ARTIC, ROBERT. 

REID, HAZEL E. 

H.E.W. down the people; a play in two 
acts. 54 1. © Hazel E. Reid; 
12May71; DU80155. 

REILLY, JOHN TERRENCE. 

Waiting on the man. 8 1. A play. 
© John Terrence Reilly; 3May71; 
DU8OO89. 

REILLY, WILLIAM CHARLES. 

The' pig tree apocalypse. 130 1. 
Screenplay. © William Charles 
Reilly; 6Apr71; DU79858. 

REISCH, JOYCE B. 

The Last Supper — more than. just a 
painting. See BAUMGARTNER, 
CAROLYN P. 

REISKE, JURGEN P. 

Bits and pieces. See HATCH, GEORGE, 
JR. 

REMBISZ, JOSEPH, JR. 

Charismata. 37 1- A play. © Joseph 
Remblsz, Jr.; 24Mar71; DU79746. 



RENAISSANCE GROUP. 

Pornography in Poland. 
WILLIAM R. 



See GROSSMAN, 






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See 



RENALDO, DUNCAN. 

The son of Cisco Kid; screenplay. 
31 1. From his original story. 
© Duncan Renaldo; 21Apr71; 
DU80015. 

RENARD, JOSEPH. 

Life in bed; a play in two acts. 1 v. 
© Joseph Renard; 30Mar71; DU79590. 

RENNERT, GUENTHER. 

Der Barbier von Sevill 
ROSSINI, GIOACCHINO. 
Tosca". See PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

RENOIR, JEAN. 

Rules of the game; a film by Jean 
Renoir; translated from the French 
by John McGrath & Maureen Teitelbaum. 
New York [appl. states: England] 
Simon & Schuster. 168 p. (Classic 
film scripts) Translation of La 
regie du jeu. Appl. author: Lorri- 
mer Pub., Ltd., employer for hire of 
translators. © on translation; 
Lorrimer Pub., Ltd.; 17Mar70; 
AF32698. 

RESNIK, ROBERT ALAN. 

Some of my best friends; a screenplay 
by Bob Resnik. 17 1. © Robert 
Alan Resnik; 26Feb71; DU79531. 

REX, JOHN. 

The improbable history of Dr. Fastus; 
an ecological tragedy in one. act. 
15 1. © John Rex; 26Apr71; DU8OOI9. 

REYNOLDS, BION. 

Red Riding Hood. See LAWSON, 
ELLEN REYNOLDS, ed. 

RHODES, MRS. JOHN. See RHODES, ONNETTE 
LETHIN. 

RHODES, ONNETTE LETHIN. 

The now Oklahoma! (The blue dome) 
For stage & dome screen presenta- 
tion of a new musical comedy of 
Oklahoma in the age of space 8= 
ecology. 61 1. Three acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Onnette L. Rhodes 
(Mrs. John Rhodes); 21Jun71; DU80395- 

RHODES, WARREN ALLEN. 

Nothing is revealed; a playlet. 
13 1. Three scenes. © Warren 
Allen Rhodes; 10May71; DU80012. 

RHYMER, MARY FRANCES. 

Another day with Vic and Sade. See 
RHYMER, PAUL MILLS. 

RHYMER, MRS. PAUL. See RHYMER, MARY 
FRANCES. 

RHYMER, PAUL MILLS. 

Another day with Vic and Sade; a play 
in four acts. 78 1. © Mrs. Paul M. 
Rhymer & Paul Parke Rhymer; 5May71; 
DU80111. 

RHYMER, PAUL PARKE. 

Another day with Vic and Sade. See 
RHYMER, PAUL MILLS. 

RIBNER, IRVING. 

The complete works of Shakespeare. 
See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

RICE, JEFFREY GRANT. 

The rise and fall of Big Julie. 62 1. 
© Jeff Rice; 20Apr71 (in notice: 
1970); DP767t. 

RICE, STANLEY H. 

Quick think; a TV game; idea by Stan 
Rice. 9 1. Script. Appl. authors: 
Stanley H. Rice & Van F. Fax. 
© Stanley H. Rice; 4Mar71; C24667. 



RICE, TIM. 

Jesus Christ superstar. 
ANDREW LLOYD. 



See WEBBER, 



RICHARD, MARK J. 

Ida B. ; a musical play. 109 1. Three 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Mark 
J. Richard; 15Apr71; DU79743. 

RICHARDSON, CLEVE A. 

Work train; a screenplay by John 
Crawford., pseud. 110 1. © John 
Crawford; 12May71; DU80152. 

RICHARDSON, CRAIG. 

Untitled; a screenplay. 42 1. 
© Craig Richardson; 26Apr71; 
DU80024 . 

RICHHEIMER, HERBERT. 

Home improvement management course. 
1 v. Recording scripts. © Charles 
N. Bonora; 5Apr71; C 247 28. 

RICHIE, DONALD. 

The seven samurai. See KUROSAWA, 
AKIRA. 

RICHISON AND COMPANY, pseud. See 
RICHISON, NANETTE. 

RICHISON, NANETTE. 

Monday at the parsonage; or, Curses 
be the devil. An old fashioned 
melodrama by Richison and Company, 
pseud. 10 1. One act. © Nan 
Richison; 22Feb71; DU79471- 

RICHMAN, PETER MARK. 

A medal for Murray; a one act play 
13 1. © Peter Mark Richman; 
l8Feb71; DU79429- 
The party list; a one act play. 11 1. 
© Peter Mark Richman; l8Feb71; 
DU79430. 
The place; a one act play. 16 1. 
© Peter Mark Richman; 4Jan71; 
DU78988 . 

RICHMAN, SOL. 

Chairman of the board. 5 1- A play 
in 2 scenes. © Sol Richman; 
22Feb71; DU79464. 
You lose to win. 6 1. Script. © Sol 
Richman; 20Jan71; C24695. 

RICHMOND, H. M. 

Henry VIII. See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

RICHONNE, RICHARD N. 

The blockbuster; by Roc Roda, pseud. 
1 v. A screenplay. © Richard N. 
Richonne; 15Jul71; DU806II. 

RICORDI (G. ) & C, S.P.A. 

L'annonce faite a marie. See 

ROSSELLINI, RENZO. 
Der Barbier von Sevilla. See 

ROSSINI, GIOACCHINO. 
II barbiere di Siviglia. See ROSSINI, 
GIOACCHINO . 
La boheme. See PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 
Le cantatrici villane. See 

FIORAVANTI, VALENTINO. 
II coccodrillo. See BUCCHI, VALENTINO. 
Count down. See BETTINELLI, BRUNO. 
Madame Butterfly. See PUCCINI, 

GIACOMO. 
II Marescalco. See MALIPIERO, 

GIAN FRANCESCO. 
Le metamorfosi di Bonaventura. See 

MALIPIERO, GIAN FRANCESCO. 
Tosca. See PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 
For other works claimed by G. Ricordi 
& C, S.P.A. See VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

RIFKIN, A. MICHAEL. 

The messenger; a short filmplay. 8 1. 
© A. Michael Rifkin; 15Mar71; 
DU79633. 

RIGGS, JOHN M. 

The world of the university theatre, 
by John M. Riggs S: Paul F. Opp. 
2 sheets. Television script. 
© John M. Riggs & Faul F. Opp; 
lMar71; C24666. 



RILEY, FOREST L. , JR. 

Psychology, male, female, family 
association, 4 1. Lecture. 
© Forest L. Riley, Jr.; l8Feb71; 
C 2<*626. 

RIHARD, IRVEN H. 

The Christmas tree; a play. 8 1. 
© Irven H. Rlnard; 17May71; 
DU80215 . 

RINFRET-EOSTON ASSOCIATES, IHC. 

The economic the elections. See 

RINFRET, PIERRE A. 
Electing election economics. See 
RINFRET, PIERRE A. 

realities of the 1970 economy. 
See RINFRET, PIERFV . 
The second function of a Dolitlclan. 
See RINFRET, PIERRE A. 

RINFRET, PIERRE A. 

The economics of the elections; an 

address. 19 1. ' Rlnfret-Boston 

Associates, Inc.; I4jan71; 024641. 
Electing election economics; an 

address. 20 1. S Rlnfret-Boston 

Associates, Inc.; I4jan71; C24640. 
The realities of the 1970 econor.y; an 

address. 14 1. & Rinfret-Bostor. 

Associates, Inc.; I4jan71; C24639- 
The second function of a politician; 

an address. IS 1. 

Associates, Inc.; I4ja 

RISON, LAVERBE. 

Cheer up: tomorrow could be worse; 
a play in three acts with music. 
80 1. Book & lyrics only. C Laverne 
Rison; 28jan71; DU79584. 

RIVERA, EMILIO, JR. 

The real Joe B.; a one act play. 33 1. 
© Emilio Rivera, Jr. ; 28May71; 
DU80334 . 

RIVERS, LOUIS. 

Madam the star; a farce in three acts 
by Lou Rivers. 71 1. © Louis 
Rivers; 17Feb71; DU79419- 
Purple passages; a fantasy in two acts 
by Lou Rivers. 50 1. © Louis 
Rivers; 17Feb71; DU79420. 

RIZZO, JEFFREY. 

Bear; an American animal rock musical; 
music & book by Jeffrey Rizzo, lyr- 
ics by Curt Flowers & Jeffrey Rizzo. 
2 v. © Jeffrey Rizzo; 4Mar71; 
DU79554. 

ROBBIN, HARVEY. 

Gaugin; book, music & lyrics by Grant 
Robbin. 22 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Book only. © Grant Robbin; 26Feb71; 
DU79508. 

ROBBINS, MARTIN. 

Mussorgsky on seeing the pictures at 

an exhibition; a dramatic monologue. 

6 1. © Martin Robbins; 12May71; 

DP7666 . 
The revolution starts inside; a one-. 

play. 54 1. © Martin Robbins; 

12May71; DP7664 . 
The seasons of his mercies: John Donne 

at St. Paul's, Christmas, 1624; 

a dramatization. 1 v. © Martin 

Robbins; 12May71; DP7665. 

ROBERTS, JOHN. 

In the matter of J. Robert Oppen- 
heimer. See KIPPHARDT, HEINAR. 

ROBERTS, MICHAEL EDWIN. 

Mama Ha-Ha's wonderful moon invention; 
a play in rhyme by M. Edwin Roberts. 
133 1. © Michael Edwin Roberts; 
25May71; DU80294. 

ROBERTS, RUTH. 

Holidayland; a two-act musical by Ruth 
Roberts & Bill Katz. 16 p. Book 
only. © Michael Brent Publications, 
Inc.; 20Nov70; DP7660. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



55 



ROBERTSON, LUELLA. 

The story the prophets tell. Chap.l- 
36. 36 v. Lectures. © Luella 
Robertson; 25Jan71; C24468. 

ROBERTSON, 0. J. 

Cowboy Chubby 's Christmas. Downers 
Grove, 111., Contemporary Drama 
Service. 10 p. Appl. author: Ar- 
thur Meriwether, Inc., employer for 
hire. © Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 
15Nov70; DP7544. 

ROBINETTE, JOSEPH. 

Trumpet of the new moon. 
THOMAS . 

ROBINS, ELLIOT, pseud. See ALBARINO, 
JOSEPH. 

ROBINSON, DAVID ROYDEN. 

The lesser angel usher; original 
screenplay. 80 1. © David Royden 
Robinson; £8May71; DU80331. 
Temple in the wilderness; original 
screenplay. 89 1. © David Royden 
Robinson; 5Feb71; DU79331- 



See TIERNEY, 



ROBINSON, ROBBIE DAVID. 
Bonanza: The brother. 
MICHAEL EMMETT. 



See PUP.L, 



ROBINSON, ROBERT ARTHilR. 

All taxation is •.'-eft; a play. 50 1. 
Two acts. © Robert Arthur Robinson; 
4!.:ar7i; DU79553- 

ROBISON, DAVID V. 

Promenade, all! A play. 1 v. 
© David V. Robison; 25Feb71; 
DU79497. 

ROBLES, EMMANUEL. 

Yaquils; a play. 72 1. Two acts. 
© Emmanuel Robles; 23Apr71; 
DU8OO58. 



ROBY, DENNIS. 
Lysistrata. 



See ARISTOPHANES. 



ROCKET PICTURES, INC. 

How to create salable listings. 6 v. 
Six filmstrip scripts. Contents: 
Creating a salable listing. — Keeping 
them happy. — What's the difference? 
— Your prospects for success. — Make 
it worthwhile. — What will you do for 
me? © Rocket Pictures, Inc.; 
loApr71; C24882. 

ROCKEY, PALMER. 

People. 124 1. Screenplay. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 21Mar70, DU77244 . 
NM: revisions. © Palmer Rockey; 
8Feb71; DU79351. 

RODA, ROC, pseud. See RICHONNE, 
RICHARD N. 

RODALE, JEROME I. 

The cop and the robber; a one-act 
play. 1st ed. 40 p. © J. I. 
Rodale; 19Jan71; DP7608. 
The man who kicked the bucket; a ser- 
ies of ecological comedy skits . 
1st ed. 77 p. © J. I. Rodale; 
25Mar71; DP7638. 
A $19.00 actress; a one-act comedy in 
4 scenes. 1st ed. 54 p. © J. 1. 
Rodale; 8Feb71; DP7602. 
Some sweeping remarks; a one-act come- 
dy. 1st ed. 17 p. © J. I. Rodale; 
17Feb71; DP7629. 

RODDEY, GLORIA J. 

Aberdeen school of writing. 1 v. 
(Lecture series, la) £ Gloria J. 
Roddey; 25Mar71; C24776. 

SODGERS, RICHARD. 

Two by two. Rehearsal script, Aug. 3, 
1970. A musical comedy; book, Peter 
Stone; music, Richard Rodgers; 
lyrics, Martin Charnin. Based on 
Clifford Odets' play, The flowering 
peach. 1 v. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © on book; Charade 
Productions, Inc.; 29Mar71; DU8O265 . 



ROEGLER, GREGORY STEPHEN. 

The passionate shepherd. 61 1. 
A play in 2 acts. With music for 
1 song. Appl. states prev. - 
29Jan70, DU76232. NM: additional 
text & music. © Gregory Stephen 
Roegler; 8Jan71; DU79073. 

ROELOFS, H. MARK. 

Propensities toward violence in the 
American ideology. 34 1. Lecture. 
© Public Affairs Conference Center; 
Uun71; C25197. 

ROGERS, HILLY F. 

America's greatest hero, by Bill 

Rogers. Sheet. © Hilly F. Rogers; 
2Uun71; C25333. 

ROGERS, JULIA ANNE. 

Mr. Edgeworth and Mr. Day; a one-act 
period comedy with prologue & 
epilogue. 36 1. © Julia Anne 
Rogers; 17May71; DU80218. 

ROGERS, SAM SHEPARD. 

Operation sidewinder; a play in two 
acts by Sam Shepard, pseud. Indian- 
apolis, Bobbs-Merrill Co. 126 p. 
© Sam Shepard (Sam Shepard Rogers); 
30Sep70; DP7656. 

ROGEZ, ROBERT H. 

The magic tinderbox; based on a story 
by Hans Christian Andersen. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Robert H. Rogez; 25Jun71; DU80533. 

ROHMANN, CHRISTOPHER. 

911, by Chris Rohmann & Arnold 

Mittelman. 1 v. A musical play. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 28Aug70, 
DU77882. NM: music. © Chris 
Rohmann & Arnold Mittelman; lMar71; 
DU79526. 

ROHR, CHARLES. 

Debits and credits. 9 1- Tape 

script. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 26May71; C25159- 
How the accounting equation is used. 
6 1. Tape script. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 26May71; 
C25169. 
How to post journal entries. 3 1. 
Script for tape recording. Appl. 
author: Mt. San Jacinto Junior 
College District. ©Mt. San 
Jacinto College a.a.d.o. Mt . San 
Jacinto Junior College: 12May71; 
C25341. 
The trial balance. 5 1. Tape script. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 26May71; C2517C. 
The work sheet. 7 1. Tape script. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 26May71; C25167. 

ROHR, CHARLES A. 

Adjusting entries. 4 1. Tape script. 
Appl. ti.: Accounting — adjusting 
entries. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 22Mar71; C24874. 
Alphabetic filing — individual names. 
4 1. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 22Mar71; C24875 . 

ROHR CORP. 

Journey to dynamic living. See LONG, 
SAMUEL. 

ROLLAND, MARIE ROMAIN. 

Les tragedies de la foi. See 

ROLLAND, ROMAIN. 
Le triomphe de la raison. See 

ROLLAND, ROMAIN. 



ROLLAND, ROMAIH. 

Les tragedies de la fol. Saint Louis; 
Aert; Le temps vlendra. Paris, 

Lchel. 287 p. Appl. author: 
Marie Romaln Rolland. NM: nouv. 
edition revue et corrigee par Madame 
Romaln Rolland. t> Editions Albln 
Michel; l8Nov70; DFO-1799. 
Le triomphe de la raison; drarae en 
trois actes. Paris, A. Michel. 
8l p. (Theatre de la revolution) 
Appl. author: Marie Romaln Rolland. 

nouvelle edition revue et corri- 
gee par Madame Marie Romaln Rolland. 
© Editions Albln Michel; 27NOV70; 
DFO-1804. 

ROODS, PENNY K. :3ee REEB, 

PAULINE K. 

ROOP, ROBERT VAUX. 

Bull Brawn: you're sex crazy; a farce. 
60 1. A play In 4 scenes. © Robert 
Vaux Roop; 2Apr71; DU79658. 

ROOS, FRANCES HOMER. 

The fever of living; a play in two 
acts by Frances Homer. 1 v. 
© Frances Homer Roos; Uun71; 
DU8 ' 

ROSA, BERNARD. 

Obtuse triangle; a romantic comedy in 
two acts by Ben Rosa. 82 1. 
© Bernard Rosa; 23Mar71; DU79735. 

ROSE, PHILIP. 

Purlie. See GELD, GARY. 

ROSENBERG, IRA. 

Creation; a total environmental 

theatre piece written k developed by 
Ira Rosenberg & Barbara Linden. 
36 1. © Barbara J. Linden; 2Feb71; 
DU79740. 

ROSENFELD, MORTON. 

Things happen; a film scenario. 80 1. 
© Morton Rosenfeld; 24Mar71; 
DU79751. 

ROSENKRANZ, ROBERT DENNIS. 

Tinted glasses, by Bob Rosenkranz. 
■ 38 1. A play. © Robert Dennis 
Rosenkranz; 5Mar71; DU80132. 

ROSENTHAL, BEN J. 

Every day you live you're closer to 
being the oldest person on earth; 
a screenplay. 157 1. 79 scenes. 
© Ben J. Rosenthal; HJun71; 
DU80483 . 

ROSHKIND, MELVYN. 

One's company; an original play by 
Mel Roshkind. 28 1. Three acts. 
© Melvyn Roshkind; 5Feb71; DU79335. 

ROSS, ROBERT STUART. 

Ishtar; a play in three acts. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 2Sep69, 
DU75245. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Robert S. Rocs; 12Apr71; DU79886. 

ROSS, TAYLOE. 

The piper. 1 v. A screenplay. 
© Tayloe Ross; 4Jan71; DU78999. 

ROSSELLINI, RENZO. 

L'annonce faite a marie, by Renzo 
Rossellini; arrangement de Italo 
Delle Cese; d'apres la piece de Paul 
Claudel. Milano, Ricordi . 224 p. 
Four acts. Partition. © G. Ricordi 
& C, S.P.A.; 150ct70; DFO-I813. 

ROSSETTI, ALDO. 

Seguiamolo! Radiodramma dall ' omonima 
novella dl Enrico Sienklewlcz. 30 1. 
© Aldo Rossetti; 4Mar71; DU79714. 

ROSSI, BEN. 

Funtier City; a children's one hour 
video series. 37 1. © Ben Rossi 5- 
Benros Productions; 28jan71; DU79257. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



ROSSINI, GIOACCHINO. 

Der Barbier von Sevilla (II barbiere 
dl Seviglia) By Gioacchlno Rossini; 
komische Oper In zwel Akten von 
Cesare Sterblnl; deutsche Uebertra- 
gung von Guenther Rennert, unter 
Benutzung der Uebertragung von 
Ignaz Kollmann; nach dem Autograph 
der Partltur revidiert von Alberto 
Zedda. Milano [appl. states: Ger- 
many], Ricordl. 486 p. Klavleraus- 
zug. NM: German version. © G. 
Ricordl & C, S.P.A.; l6Sep69; 
DF2069. 
II barbiere di Siviglia, by Glacchino 
Rossini; melodramma buffo in due 
atti di Cesare Sterblnl, dalla comme- 
dia omonima di Pierre-Augustin Caron 
de Beaumarchais; edizione critica a 
cura di Alberto Zedda. Milano, 
Ricordi. 432 p. Partitura. NM: 
editing. © G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; 
9Jan70 (in notice: 1969); DP2074. 
Gugllelmo Tell; opera in four acts; 
libretto by Etienne de Jouy & 
Hlppolyte Bis, music by Giacchino 
Rossini, Italian translation by 
Callisto Bassi. 47 p. English & 
Italian. Libretto. NM: English 
translation of libretto & 2 articles. 
© MRF Records, Ltd.; 10May71; DP7712. 

ROSZKOWSKI, DAVID. 

Canvas; scenario for a morality. 

4l 1. A play. © David Roszkowski; 
2Mar71; DU79674. 

ROTHBERGER, MORTON. 

Mooney; a one character, one act play. 
17 1. © Morton Rothberger; 30Jun71; 
DU80643. 

ROUSSO, JACK D. 

The Wanda Wondersmile show; a dramati- 
co-musical composition featuring the 
Kalaroosa puppets; written by Jack 
D. Rousso & Mrs. Wm. L. Callahan, 
Jr. 17 1. © Jack D. Rousso &■ 
Mrs. Wm. L. Callahan, Jr.; 15Mar71; 
DU79473 . 

ROVERSO, I. S., pseud. See HAKIM, S. 

ROY, CLAUDE. 

Un jour dans la mort de Joe Egg. See 

NICHOLS, PETER. 
Tom Paine, by Paul Poster; adaptation 
francaise de Claude Roy. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 120 p. (Theatre de 
monde entier) Two parts. NM: 
French adaptation. © on transla- 
tion; Editions Gallimard; 30Jan71; 
DFO-1807. 

ROYSE , CHESTER F . , JR . 

Grand Canyon, a simulated field trip. 
See MOORE, CARLETON. 

RUBIN, BRUCE JOEL. 

Quasar. See BIENSTOCK, DAVID PAUL. 

RUBIN, JEFF. 

The Jew man cometh; original screen- 
play S: story by Jeff Rubin & Mike 
Lefkowltz. 165 1. © Jeff Rubin & 
Mike Lefkowitz; 5May71; DU8OIO9. 

RUDERMAN, HORACE A. 

Oh child of golden hopes, oh father of 
great esteem; a play. 35 1. Three 
scenes. © Horace A. Ruderman; 
16Apr71; DU79957. 

RUDINSKY, JOSEPH D. 

The insurance guy; a motion picture 
shooting script. 293 1. © Joseph 
D. Rudinsky; 22Mar71; DU79715. 
The insurance guy; a motion picture 
shooting script. 170 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 22Mar71, DU79715. 
NM: additions. © Joseph D. Rudin- 
sky; 5May71j DU8OH3. 

RUEF, JAMES L. 

Dixie: the Dan Emmett story. 29 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © James L. Ruef; 
HJan71; DU79086. 



RUFFIN, MART/. 

Moral lesson -- there is no place like 
home on the camp out. 23 1. 
Screenplay. Appl. authors: Marty 
Ruff in & Lollie Lowe. © Marty 
Ruff in & Lollie Lowe; 22Mar71; 
DU79719. 

RUMMO, PAUL-BEP.IK. 

Cinderellagame; in six scenes; trans- 
lated from Estonian by Andres 
Mannik & Mardi Valgemae. 74 1. 
A play. NM: English translation. 
© Andres Mannik &■ Mardi Valgemae; 
3May71; DU80086. 

RUNDGREN, TODD. 

Loosen up; words by T. Rundgren, 

C. Van us ten, T. Moonfy & R. Antoni. 
2 sheets. © ijcre^n Ge r-.-Columbia 
Music, Inc.; 10May71; C24970. 

RUNYAN, ARTHUR C, II. 

Liberation, by Arthur C. fiunyan II «- 
Richard L. Haight. 72 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book S- lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Let us 
out, let us in, 9Mar70, DU76784. 
NM: revision. € Arthur C. Runyan II 
«• Richard L. Haight; 28jan71; 
DU79256. 

RUSCH, EDWARD A. 

An American's night prayer. Sheet. 

© Edward A. Rusch; 30Dec70; C24544. 
Jesus, my lord, my all. Sheet. 

© Edward A. Rusch; 30Dec70; C24546. 
Little children, little children. 
Sheet. © Edward A. Rusch; 30Dec70; 

Starlight, starlight, thy very bright 
light. Sheet. © Edward A. Rusch; 
30Dec70; C24545 . 

RUSK, JIM. 

This is a recording. See WARREN, ROD. 

RUSSELL, EDITH. See HARRINGTON, EDITH 

RUSSELL. 

RUSSELL, NIPSEY. 

That's the way the pizza crumbles 
See DE METRIUS, CLAUDE. 

RUSSELL, . ROBERT TRAYLOR. 

Okay Salem; a documentary satire on 
contemporary South Vietnam for cine- 
matic production; based on Troop 
withdrawal -- the initial step, a 
story by Thomas Parker. 103 1. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Robert 
Traylor Russell; 2Mar71; DU79558. 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM LEO. 

Sun, son; a journey with blues, jazz, 
rock; book S- lyrics by Bill Russell, 
music by Janet Hood. 1 v. © Bill 
Bus sell & Janet Hood; 28jan71: 
DU79261. 

RUSSO, ARMAND H. 

The passion of Don Godekirer; a 
strange and unlikely event in one 
act and three scenes. 24 1. 
© Armand H. Russo; 25Jan71; DU79225. 

RYDER, SHAUNEILLE PERRY. 

Last night, night before. See 

JACKSON, DONALD W. 
Mio. See JACKSON, DONALD W. 



SABO, CHARLOTTE ANTHONY. 

Gray squirrel's birthday partv. See 

WILSON, PAGE HEDDEN. 
Kit Fox, keeper of the cactus. See 
WILSON, PAGE HEDDEN. 

SABO, KENNETH B. 

Crimes. 62 1. Tape script. 

© Kenneth B. Sabo; l6jun71; C25287. 



SACHAR, ABRAM L. 

The course of our times. Chap. 27-36. 
A series of television lectures. 
1 v. © Abram L. Sachar; 30Dec70; 
C24493 . 
The course of our times; a series of 
television lectures on the history 
of the 20th century. Chap. 37-52. 
1 v. © Abram L. Sachar 4 WGBH Edu- 
cational Foundation; 27May71; 
C25174 . 

SAHLEIN, STEP: 

American dance: ballet no.l. 18 1. 
A play. Includes music for 1 song. 
© Stephen Sahlein; 13Apr71; DU79974. 

SAINBURG, FRANK P. 

Can you select a good doctor? 7 1. 
Lecture. © Frank P. Sainburg; 
28Jun71; C25380. 
Does your child need the doctor? 8 1. 
© Frank P. Sainburg; 24jun71; C25355 

SAINER, ARTHUR. 

Images of the coming dead; a play. 
1 v. © Arthur Sainer; 29Mar71: 
DU79787. 

SAINT-EXUPERY, ANTOINE DE. 

Night flight. See KLEFER, WARREN 
DAVID. 

ST. FRANCIS PRODUCTIONS. 

Genesis. See TEMPLEHOFF, JOHANN 
SEBASTIAN. 

SAINT GERMAIN PRESS, INC. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Astrea, Aug. 16, 
1967, Shasta Springs, Calif.; re- 
cording script. 91. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; I4jun71; C25246. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Daddy, SeDt. 4, 
1967, Shasta Springs, Calif.; re- 
cording script. 14 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; I4jun71; C25250. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Elohim, Blessed, 
Mighty Casseopia, Sept. 13, 1967, 
Shasta Springs, Calif.; recording 
script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; I4jun71; C25259. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved Elohim of purity, Jan. 2, 
1950; Chicago, 111. 20 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.- 
25Jun71; C25360. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta 
tion by Beloved Elohim of Purity 
Sept. 7, 1967, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 10 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, "inc.: 
I4jun71; C25253. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved God Meru, Jan. 6, 1950: 
Chicago, 111. 15 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc. 
25Jun71; C25361. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Godfre, Nov 30, 1967- 
Chicago, 111. 11 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 25Jun71; C25367. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Master Jesus the 
Christ, Aug. 17, 1967, Shasta 
Springs, Calif; recording script. 
9,1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.: 
I4jun71; C25247. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Master, the Ascended 
Jesus Christ, Sept. 17, 1967, Shasta 
Springs, Calif.; recording script. 
12 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
I4jun71; C25263. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved Messenger no.l, Jan. 7, 
1950; Chicago, 111. 16 1. Record- 
ing script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 25Jun71; C25362. 









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57 



Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Mighty Elohlm, 
Orion, Sept. 12, 1967, Shasta 
Springs, Calif.; recording script. 
12 1. 6 Saint Germain Press, Inc.: 
I4jun71; C25258. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty master Saint 
Germain, Dec. 1, 1967; Chicago, 111. 
11 1. Recording script. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 25Jun71; C25368. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Mighty Victory, 
Apr. 15, 1967, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording qeript. 13 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
I4jun71; C25245. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Mighty Victory, 
Sept. 6, 1967, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 14 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
I4jun71; C25252. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Victory, the 
tall master from Venus, Dec. 3, 1967, 
Chicago, 111. 14 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
25Jun71; C25369. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved precious Godfre, 
Nov. 14, 1967; Santa Fe, N.M. 13 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 25Jun71; C25366. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved Saint Germain, July 4, 
1967; Chicago, 111. 14 1. Record- 
ing script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 25Jun71; C25365. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Saint Germain, 
Sept. 3, 1967, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 10 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; l4jun71; 
C25249. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Saint Germain, 
Oct. 3, 1967 - anniversary dictation 
- Shasta Springs, Calif.; recording 
script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; I4jun71; C25264. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Blessed Goddess of Justice, 
Sept. 9, 1967, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
I4jun71; C25255. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Blessed Rose of Light, the 
Goddess of Victory, Sept. 15, I967, 
Shasta Springs, Calif.; recording 
script. 11 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; l4jun71; C25261. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by great cosmic presence of beloved 
Elohim of peace, July 2, 1967; Chi- 
cago, 111. 14 1. Recording script. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
25Jun71; C25363. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Great Elohim, Beloved Mighty 
Arcturus, Sept. 11, 1967, Shasta 
Springs, Calif.; recording script. 
15 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
14Jun71; C25256. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Great Elohim, Beloved Mighty 
Hercules, Sept. 10, 1967, Shasta 
Springs, Calif.; recording script. 
11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.: 
l4Jun71; C25257. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Great Elohim, the Silent 
Watcher, Sept. 8, 1967, Shasta 
Springs, Calif.; recording script. 
11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
I4jun71; C25254. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by mighty cosmic presence of the be- 
loved archangel Michael, July 3, 
1967; Chicago, 111. 13 1. Record- 
ing script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 25Jun71; C25364. 



Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Elohim of Peace, 
Aug. 18, I967, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 11 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; l4jun71: 
C25248. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Victory, Sept. 14, 
1967, Shasta Springs, Calif.; re- 
cording script. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; l4jun71; 
C25260. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by the Great Elohim of Peace, 
Sept. 5, 1967, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
l4Jun71; C25251. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by the Great Ruler of the Vio- 
let Planet, Sept. 16, 1967, Shasta 
Springs, Calif.; recording script. 
11 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
I4jun71; C25262. 

ST. JOHN, DOMINIQUE. 

The gap. See SMITHER, DAVID NEAL. 

SALA, EDWARD ROSS. 

Cross your heart, and hope to die; 
a comedy in two acts. 66 1. © Ed- 
ward R. Sala; HMay71; DU80149. 

SALATINO, ANTHONY J. 

Improvement of instruction — the 
four-in-one approach. 15 1. Lec- 
ture. © Anthony J. Salatino; 
4jan71; C25210. 

SALERNI, FRANK L. 

Picnics are for Sunday afternoon? 

A comedy by Lou Salerni. 66 1. Two 
acts. © Frank L. Salerni; l6Apr71; 
DU79836 . 

SALINGER, J. D. 

Holden. See URDAHL, RICHARD. 

SAMBERG, BENJAMIN. 

Golden age follies; a musical for a 
motion picture photoplay. 12 1. 
Appl. states prev. pub. 15Jan71, 
DP7555- NM: additions. © Ben 
Samberg; 8Apr71; DP7654 . 
Senior citizen follies; a musical by 
Ben Samberg. 51. © Ben Samberg; 
8jan71; DP7555. 

SAMET, LINDA H. 

Fred Stone for real; an original musi- 
cal play. 1 v. Two acts. © Linda 
H. Samet; 10Feb71; DU79369. 

SAMUELS, LAWRENCE ELLIOT. 

Webs of iron. 162 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Lawrence Elliot Samuels; 
27Apr71; DU80032. 

SAN FRANCISCO MIME TROUPE, INC. 

Seize the time. 1 v. A play in 6 
scenes . © San Francisco Mime 
Troupe, Inc.; Uun71; DU80j42. 

SANDER, CHARLES J. 

K.N.O.W. ; a television serial by 
Charlie Sander. 71. © Charles J. 
Sander; lMar71; DP7617. 

SANDER, MARGARET. 
Fruehllngs erwachen. 

FRANK. 



See WEDEKIND, 



SANDERS, NORMAN. 

Richard II. See SHAKESPEARE, 
WILLIAM. 

SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Airman's information manual; section 
A-B. 2 v. Recording script. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 4Mar68, 
C20406. NM: additions. © Sander- 
son Films, Inc.; lApr71; C24734- 
24735 • 
Cessna datos de pre-vuelo. Seccion 
A-C. 3 v. Three recording scripts. 
NM: Spanish translation. © Sander- 
son Films, Inc.; Uun71; C25316, 
25318-25319. 



Cessna pilot center flight prep 1, 
section A-C narration. 3 v. 
Scripts of cassette recorded narra- 
tions to be reproduced as education- 
al lectures. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 4Jan71; C24432-24434. 
Cessna pilot center flight prep 2, 
section A-C narration. 3 v. 
Scripts of cassette recorded narra- 
tions to be reproduced as education- 
al lectures. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 4Jan71; C24435-24437. 
Cessna pilot center flight prep 3, 
section A-C narration. 3 v. 
Scripts of cassette recorded narra- 
tions to be reproduced as education- 
al lectures. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 4Jan7l; C24438-24440. 
Cessna pilot center flight prep 4, 
section A-C narration. 3 v. 
Scripts of cassette recorded narra- 
tions to be reproduced as education- 
al lectures. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 4Jan71; C24441-24443. 
Cessna pilot center flight prep 5, 
section A-C narration. 3 v. 
Scripts of cassette recorded narra- 
tions to be reproduced as education- 
al lectures. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 4jan71; C24444-24446 . 
Cessna pilot center flight prep 6, 
section A-C narration. 3 v. 
Scripts of cassette recorded narra- 
tions to be reproduced as education- 
al lectures. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 4Jan71; C24447-24449. 
Cessna pilot center flight prep 7, 
section A-C narration. 3 v. 
Scripts of cassette recorded narra- 
tions to be reproduced as education- 
al lectures. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 4Jan71; C24450-24452. 
Cessna pilot center flight prep 8, 
section A-C narration. 3 v. 
Scripts of cassette recorded narra- 
tions to be reproduced as education- 
al lectures. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 4Jan71; C24453-24455. 
Cessna pilot center flight prep 9. 
section A-C narration. 3 v. 
Scripts of cassette recorded narra- 
tions to be reproduced as education- 
al lectures. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 4Jan71; C24456-24458. 
Cessna pilot center flight prep 10, 
section A-C narration. 3 v. 
Scripts of cassette recorded narra- 
tions to be reproduced as education- 
al lectures. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 4Jan71; C24459-24461. 
Cessna pilot center flight prep 11, 
section A-C narration. 3 v. 
Scripts of cassette recorded narra- 
tions to be reproduced as education- 
al lectures. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 4Jan71; C24462-24464 . 
El' computador de aereonavegacion. 
Seccion A-C. 3 v. Three recording 
scripts. NM: Spanish translation. 
© Sanderson Films, Inc.; Uun71; 
C25315, 25317, 25314. 
Meteorologia. Seccion A-C. 3 v. 

Three recording scripts. NM: Spanish 
translation. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; Uun71; C25320-25322. 
Navegacion. Seccion A-C. 3 v. Three 
recording scripts. NM: Spanish 
translation. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; Uun71; C25323, 25306, 25304. 
Peso y balance. Seccion A-C. 3 v. 
Three recording scripts. NM: Spanish 
translation. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; Uun71; C25308-25310. 
Piper datos de pre-vuelo. Seccion 
A-C. 3 v. Three recording scripts. 
NM: Spanish translation. © Sander- 
son Films, Inc.; Uun71; C25311- 
25313. 
Radio navegacion. Seccion A-B. 2 v. 
Two recording scripts. NM: Spanish 
translation. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; Uun71; C25305, 25307. 



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Jan.-June 



SANDERSON/TIMEo MIRROR. 

Basic radar and transponder. 15 1. 
Recording script. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1969, C22275. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Sanderson/Times Mirror; 
Uun71; C25324. 

SARDOU, VICTORIEN. 

Tosca. See PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

SARKISSIAN, PERRON D. , pseud. See 
PERRON, LILLIAN D. S. 

SARLOW, MARY K. 

Life is a masquerade. See 
DE FRANCESCO, TAMAYO, RIO. 

SARTRE, JEAN PAUL. 

Le theatre d'aujourd'hui de Jean 
Paul Sartre a Arrabal. See 
PILLEMENT, GEORGES. 

SARZANO, LUIGI. 

Tetralogy of peoples. 4 v. Pour 
plays. Italian. Contents: L'ultima 
giornata di candela. — Un mondo di 
genti e di stelle.--Il bisogno della 
paura. — Perche ridi ragazzo? 
© Luigi Sarzano; 12Mar71; DU7970 5 * . 

SAW,, GEORGE BRANDON. 

The shuiler's child. See O'KELLY 
SEUMAS. 



SAVAGE, PETER, pseud. See PETRELLA, 
FRANK. 

SAWYER, FERN ELIZABETH. 

Celeste Noel. 94 1. Screenplay in 
3 acts. English. © Fern Elizabeth 
Sawyer; l8Feb71; DU79431. 

SAXON, SHALOM, pseud. See ZAKSENBERG, 
SHALOM. 

SCANLAN, DAVID. 

5 comedies. Boston, Houghton Mifflin. 
343 p. (Houghton books in litera- 
ture. Advisory editor: Kenneth S. 
Lynn) NM: compilation. © Houghton 
Mifflin Co.; 2Mar71; A236909. 

SCARDINO, DON. 

Gathering together; a peaceful screen- 
play by Don Scardino & Hash Howard. 
101 1. © Harry Bennett Howard & 
Don Scardino; 19Feb71; DU79438. 

SCARLATTI, ALESSANDRO. 

Rosaura, by Abate G. B. Lucini; opera 
in un prologo e tre atti; revisione 
e adattamento del testo letterario 
da E. Gubltosi; musica di Alessandro 
Scarlatti; trascrizione e rielabora- 
zione di Emilia Gubitosi. Milano, 
Edizioni Curci. 33 p. Libretto. 
NM: revision & adaptation. © Edizi- 
oni Curci; 31Dec69; DF2078. 

SCHADE, DONNA M. 

Consider a happening. 53 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Donna M. Schade; 
22Mar71; DU79728. 
Gram. 58 1. A play in 3 acts. 

© Donna M. Schade; 22Mar71; DU79729. 
SCHAEFER, FRANK. 

Thornstriker. See THIGPEN, 
JASPER, pseud. 

SCHAFFER, SANFORD B. 

The CO.; original screenplay. 
159 1. © Sanford B. Schaffer; 
20May71; DU80259. 

SCHAIN, DON. 

A play called today; an original 
screenplay by Don Schain. 102 1. 
© Derio Productions, Inc.: 28Dec70: 
DP7563 . 

SCHANZE, RAYMOND A. 

The best lookin' man I ever saw; a 
play. 64 1. © Raymond Schanze; 
26Feb71; DU79540. 



SCHANZER, BEVERLY. 

Balance your budget. Revision 4. 
9 1. Script. © Beverly Schanzer; 
13Jan71; C24381. 

SCHAPPERT, EDNA. 

Celebrate me! By Edna Schappert & 
Gloria Gonzalez. 47 1. A play in 
3 scenes.. © Edna Schappert & 
Gloria Gonzalez; l8jan71; DU7918O. 

Four lonely friends . No friends 

needed; Not my type; Ho involvement, 
please; Too late. 1 v. Four plays. 
© Edna Schappert; JJur.71; DU80370. 

Water strike! 26 1. A play. © Edna 
Schappert; 3Jun71; DU80371. 

SCHAVE, ELLSWORTH HAROLD, JR. 

The children hurrying home. 43 1. 
A musical play in 2 parts. Book 
only. © Ellsworth Schave, Jr.; 
19Feb71; DU79293. 

SCHECHTER, JOEL RAPHAEL. 

Georg Buechner's lost play: Pletro 
Aretino. 24 1. © Joel Raphael 
Schechter; 9Apr71; DU79877. 
SCHEIFELE, MARILYN. 

The adventures of Mr. Piper. 6 1. 
A play. Includes music for 1 song. 
© Marilyn Scheifele; 30Apr71; 
DU79948. ' 

SCHELBERT, KATHERINE. 

The Hindu-Arabic number system. See 
RAPPOLT, HEDWIG D. 

SCHER, JORDAN M. 

Hail Harry, full of grace, by J. M. 
Scher Sc P. D. Ungerer. 35 1. 
Screenplay. © Jordan M. Scher & 
Philip D. Ungerer; 24Mar71; DU79841. 

SCHIEDEMANN, KURT. 

The gift, by Kurt Schiedemann & 

Laurence Blaine. 9 1. Screenplay 
with music. Book only. © Met - 
politan Arts Complex, Inc.; 18 
DU79179. 

SCHINDLER, ZACHARY J. 

High school; a play in one act 
Zack Schindler. 6 1. © Zac 
Schindler; 27Apr71; DU80035 

SCHTRING, LEE T. 

The clown company at a gat he 
81. A play. © Lee T. Sci 
8jan71; DU79072. 
The clown company at the art show. 
9 1. A play. © Lee T. Schiring; 
6jan71; DU79029. 

The clown company birthday party. 

8 1. A play. © Lee T. Schiring; 

6Jan71; DU79032. 
Yattsu meets the dragon. 16 1. 

A play. © Lee T. Schiring; 

6jan71; DU79033. 

SCHLESINGER, SARAH MARIE. 

Robinson Crusoe. See DANSICKER 
MICHAEL E. ' 

SCHLICKE, HILDA. 

Musical panel on wifemanship. See 
ASPRAY, GRACE. 

SCHLOEGEL, LLOYD WADE. 

Red moon; an original screenplay. 
1 v. includes lyrics for 1 song. 
DU79281. Schlc,e e e;1 ; ^Feb71; 

SCHLOSSER, PETER. 

Don't fail your lovin' daddy, Lily 
Plum, by Anastazia Little; music by 
Peter Schlosser. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Anastazia Little 
& Peter Schlosser; 28Apr71; 
DU80188. 

SCHLOSSER, RAY JERRY. 

Circus; headpiece of a modern trilogy. 
12 1. A play. © Ray Schlosser; ' 
27Apr71; DU80101. 



A modern trilogy; three one act olays. 
Do you want to be a Cossack; Balloon; 
Drink you fooll. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 13Jul70, DU77658 & 20ct70, 
DU78258. HM: additions & revisions. 
© Ray Schlosser; lMar71; DU79397. 

SCHMID, ESTELLA. 

Vlvat! Vivat Reglna. See BOLT, ROBERT. 
SCHMID, VERNON. 

C- ^,m CT S , k;it klt 1 * See OVERMAN, 
Kb U BEN . 

One night in daylight. Downers Grove, 
111., Contemporary Drama Service. 
15 p. Appl. author: Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc., employer for hire. 
® D A J* hur Meriwether, Inc.; 15!!ov70; 
DP7551 « 

SCHMIEG, JOSEPH P. 

The Devil and Geraldine; comedy 

sketch. 4 1. © Joseph P. Schmieg- 
20Apr71; C24977. 

SCHMINKE, JANITH AUST. 

Botchan; book by Jan Aust Schminke; 
lyrics by Margaret Neumann & Jan 
Aust Schminke. Preview version. 
18 1. A play. © Janith Aust 
Schminke A- Margaret G. Neumann- 
17Jun71; DU80429. 
Botchan, the boy who drew cats; 
a libretto in 2 acts based on the 
L. Hearn story; book by Jan Aust, 
lyrics by Margaret Neumann & Jan 
Aust. 110 1. Book & lyrics only 
© Janith Aust Schminke & Margaret G 
Neumann; I4jun71; DU80390. 

SCHNEIDER, MAURICE. 

Hooray for all of us; an original 
screenplay by Mo Will Schneider & 
Joe Feinstein. 114 1. © Joseph 
Feinstein & Maurice Schneider;' 
7Apr71; DU79664. 

SCHNEIDER, PATRICIA V. 

Peter. See BORN, LOUIS. 
SCHNEIR, MIRIAM. 

Inquest. See FREED, DONALD. 
SCHNEIR, WALTER. 

Inquest. See FREED, DONALD. 

SCHNESSEL, S. MICHAEL. 

Granny won't go; a play in one act. 
32 1. © S. Michael Schnessel; 
12Apr71; DU7989I. 

SCHOLASTIC MAGAZINES, INC. 

William Shakespeare's A midsummer 
night's dream. See CULLUM, ALBERT. 

SCHOOLWAY TRANSPORTATION CO IMP 
tn route to education; auSe Sim. 
J-9 1. Script. © Schoolway Trans- 
portation Co., Inc.; 15Marfl; (324721. 
SCHORR, MORRIS. 

An experiment in the use of Brecht's 

S»™J* yl *- an<1 dldac tic form for the 
dramatization of contemnorary prob- 
lems. See STEVENS, JAMES A. 
SCHOTTEN, WAYNE A 

P °™LLIAJfR ^ P0land - See GROSSMAN, 

SCHRAMM, WINIFRED. 

Pingazoo. Schulenburg, Tex., stage 
Magic Plays. 2 v. With music. 
A PPl" st ates prev. reg. 7May6g, 
(^r55- NM: music & revision. 
© Winifred Schramm; 8Sep70 fin no- 
tice: 1969); DP7627. ' V 

^G^I^ON. 566 WINDS ° R > E ™ 

SCHREIBER, MONA. 

Sara; a Bonanza teleplay by Mona 
Schreiber & Loretta Koff. 116 1. 
© Mona Schreiber & Loretta Koff; 
8Feb71; DU79346. 

SCHREIBMAN, PHILLIP. 

Vampvr; written by Phillip Schreibman, 



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59 



Martin Klnch & Shain Jaffe. 54 1. 
A play In 13 scenes. © Phillip 
Schreibman, Shain Jaffe & Martin 
Kinch; 29Mar71; DU79784. 

SCHROEDER, FRIEDRICH. 

Die Jungfrau von Paris; operette von 
Guenther Schwenn; musik, Friedrlch 
Schroeder. [Germany] J. Weinberger. 
91 p. Naeh der Operette Die Jung- 
frau von Belleville von F. Zell, 
Richard Genee, Carl Milloecker. 
Libretto. NM: adaptation. © Josef 
Weinberger, G.M.B.H.; l6Dec69j 
DF206? . 

SCHULMAN, SUSAN H. 

How wise men became wise. 1 v. A 
musical play in 2 parts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Susan H. Schulman; 
l6Feb71; DU79405- 

SCHULTZE, JAMES M. 

The boss song; recitation. Sheet. 
© James M. Schultze; l8Feb71; 
C24607 . 

SCHUMANN, DAVID PAUL. 

Parlez-vous farce? By Davy Paul, 

pseud. 1 v. A musical play. Book 
& lyrics only. © David Paul 
Schumann; 29Mar71; DU79560. 
Sugar power, by Davy Paul, pseud. 1 v. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© David Paul Schumann; 29Mar71; 
DU79561. 
Switchblade-machete, by Davy Paul, 
pseud. 1 v. A musical play. Book 
& lyrics only. © David Paul 
Schumann; 29May71; DU79562. 

SCHUR, INGEBORG. 

Britta; a Gothic play by Ann Macallson, 
pseud. 123 1- Four acts. 
© Ingeborg Schur; 25Mar71; DU79766. 

SCHUSTIK, WILLIAM. 

Ichabod Paddock tale; as narrated by 
Bill Sehustik. 4 1. © Bill 
Schustik; 2cMar71; C24779. 

SCHWARTZ-BART, ANDRE. 

Goodnight grandpa. See LANDAU, 
WALTER. 



SCOTT, DAWSON. 
Georgle porgie. 



See LINK, RON. 



SCHWARTZ, ETHEL SELDIN- . 
SELDIN-SCHWARTZ, ETHEL. 



See 



SCHWARTZ, HOWARD. 

Cordelia; a film. 85 1. © Howard 
Schwartz; 27Apr71; DU80028. 

SCHWARTZ, JOEL. 

Psalms of two Davids; a play in two 
parts. 86 p. © Joel Schwartz; 
4jan71; DU78987. 

SCHWEBEL, MILTON. 

Education to fit each child's need 
and each parent's dream. 34 1. 
(Bridging the gap) Lecture. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 12Apr71; C24848. 

SCHWENN, GUENTHER. 

Die Jungfrau von Paris. See 
SCHROEDER, FRIEDRICH. 

SCIFRES, JEFFERY. 

How can it be. See SCIFRES, R. B. 

SCIFRES, R. B. 

How can it be? Recitation; R. B. 
Scifres, words - music; Jeffery 
Self res, words. Sheet. © R. B. 
Scifres; 22Mar71; C24751. 

SCOPE. 

Algernon the ambulance. See LANGAN, 
WILLIAM. 

SCOTT, CAROLYNNE B. 

Afternoon of the black cow. 17 1. 
A play. 9 Carolynne B. Scott; 
HJan71; DU79076. 



SCOTT, FORESMAN & CO. 

Hamlet. See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 
28 scenes for acting practice. See 
ELKIND, SAMUEL. 



SCOTT, MRS. KARL L. 
CAROLYNNE B. 



See SCOTT, 



SCOTT, MAMIE GRACE. 

Run, Toby, run. See BOONE, THERONE J. 

SCOULLAR, JOHN. 

Calamities. See GARZILLI, ENRICO F. 

SCOZZARI, CAROLE ANN. 

The bouzingos. See SCOZZARI, 
JOSEPH RICHARD. 

SCOZZARI, JOSEPH RICHARD. 

The bouzingos, by Richard Scor^ari. 
1 v. A play in 4 acts. © Joseph 
Richard Scozzari 8c Carole Ann 
Scozzari; 21Apr71; DU79988. 

SCREEN GEMS-COLUMBIA MUSIC, INC. 
Loosen up. See RUNDGREN, TODD. 
The world's gonna fall on you. See 
CASH, JOHN R. 
SCRIBE, EUGENE. 

Le prophete. See MEYERBEER, GIACOMO. 

SCRTBNER'S (CHARLES) SONS. 

Contemporary black drama. See 

OLIVER, CLINTON F. 
Contemporary drama. See CLAYES. 

STANLEY A. 

SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 

Five faces of Eve. See TELETAPE 

DETROIT CORP. 
Fundamentals of mechanical clothes 
drying systems. See HANDY (JAM) 
PRODUCTIONS . 

SEAVER, ROBERT E. 

Communication. 10 1. (New concepts 
for the minister's role — new forms 
of community life) Lecture. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 12Apr71; 024854. 

SECK, RONALD A. 

The last train. 22 1. A play. 

© Ronald A. Seek; 5Apr71; DU79656. 

SECURITY WORLD PUB. CO., INC. 

Anatomy of crime and justice. See 

CREAMER, J. SHANE. 
Bridges to the mind. See CURTIS. 

S. J. 
The changing law. See CREAMER, J. 

SHANE. 
Commonsense cures for holdups. See 

MASINI, HUGO. 
Considerations -in radio communications. 

See EVERSULL, KENNEN S. 
Electronic surveillance. See FOGLE, 

ROBERT C. 
Embezzlement by computer. See 

GILBERT, LEONARD. 
Employee theft. See VERRILL, 

ADDISON H. 
Fire prevention and protection. See 

BUZBY, WALTER J., II. 

Identifying drug users. See COSTELLO 

MICHAEL. 
Integrated communication systems for 

security. See WEST, VICTOR C. 
Internal dishonesty: The rising chal- 
lenge and the programmed response. 

See ASTOR, SAUL D. 
Interview and interrogation. See 

BURGER, KURT. 
Interviews and interrogation. See 

HOLMES, WARREN D. 
Organized crime. See HOLLMAN, 

DANIEL P. 
Premise protection planning. See 

COLE, RICHARD. 
Preventive security measures. See 

GUGAS, CHRIS, SR. 



Restaurant/bar security series. See 

BUZBY, WALTER J., II. 
Selling security to management. See 

CANTZ, MARVIN S. 
Testing for profit leaks. See 

ASTOR, SAUL D. 
Thefts of cash from cash registers. 

See GOODSMITH, CARL. 
The truth about lie detection. See 

LINDBERG, GEORGE. 
Undercover investigation in business 

and industry. See GLASER, NATHAN T. 
Why people steal. See CURTIS, S. J. 

)LAK, JOHN E. 

Lonnie, James, Bernhardt and Zoowolski. 
89 1. Two acts. © John E. Sedlak: 
28Dec70; DP7642. 

SEELY, SCOTT B. 

Singing for money. 1 v. Recording 
script. Appl. states prev. reg. 
29Jun70; C23517. NM: additions. 
© Scott B. Seely; 5Apr71; C24724. 

SEGAL, BERNARD I. 

Put and call, by Bernard I. Segal & 
Dorothy A. Fries. 103 1. A 
musical play in 2 acts. Book only. 
© Bernard I. Segal & Dorothy A. 
Fries; 31Mar71; DU804&7 . 

SEGAL, ZEKE. 

The Wednesday lady. 25 1. A play In 
2 scenes. © Zeke Segal; 4May71; 
DU80096 . 

SEGRE, FAUSTA. 

The ingenious chambermaid. See 
GOLDONI, CARLO. 

SEGUE. 

Audifile no.l. See BUSIEL, GEORGE. 

SEGURA., JOSE LUIS LEIVA. See LEIVA 
SEGURA, JOSE LUIS. 

SEIDEL, DONALD. 

Wild bird. See ASTER, BETTY ELGART. 

SEIDELMAN, ARTHUR ALAN. 

Brothers; screenplay. 1st rev. draft. 
128 1. © L.S.V. Productions, Ltd.; 
26Feb71; DU79530. 

SEIDMAN, STANLEY. 
Moments of frenzy. 
MAURICE. 



See SHAINBERG. 



SEIFFER, DAVID A. 

Right on, sisters'. A new play adapted 
from Aristophanes' Lysistrata. 
64 1. © David A. Seiffer; 25Mar71; 
DU79761 . 

SEJOUR, VICTOR. 

The brown overcoat; a comedy in one 
act. Translated from the French by 
Townsend Brewster. 23 1. NM: trans- 
lation. © Townsend Tyler Brewster; 
23Apr71; DU79921. 

SELBY, JACK. 

King Charlie; book & lyrics by Jack 
Selby, music by Art O'Reilly. 1 v. 
A play. © Jack (Jeff) Selby; 
22jan71; DU79141. 

SELDIN-SCHWARTZ, ETHEL. 

Mama is dating again. See HORVATH. 
JOAN. 

SELDON, NICHOLAS ALAN. 

The new Eden. 164 1. Screenplay. 
© Nicholas Alan Seldon; 25Jan71; 
DU79226 . 

SELIGER, CHARLES R. 

The Gay seduction; or, How to get Gay! 
A musical comedy. Medfield, Mass., 
Stagecoach Press. 47 1. Two acts. 
Book 5: lyrics only. © Charles R. 
Seliger; 19Apr71; A233154. 

SELTZER, LAWRENCE. 

How to get the Job you want. 15 1. 
© Lawrence Seltzer; 26Mar71; C24781. 



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SELTZER, RICHARD WARREN, JR. 

Amythos; a romantic tragedy. 4l 1. 
Three acts . © Richard Warren 
Seltzer, Jr.; 12Jan71; DU79099. 

SENECOFF, LILLIAN. 

Momma was a madam of infinite taste, 
now she's pushing up violets, oh, 
what a waste; a mystery farce. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Lillian Senecoff; 
lMar71; DU79517. 

SENTURIA, NEIL R. 

That's another thing. 1 v. A screen- 
play in 46 sequences . © Mysterious 
Flower Films, Ltd.; 19May71; 
DU80254. 

SERPER, NATHANIEL N. 

How to lose a million and find happi- 
ness; a comedy in three acts. 
75 1. © Nathaniel N. Serper; 
l4jan71; DU79125. 

SERRANO, FRANCISCO S. 

Checkmate; a play by Frank Serrano. 
39 1. © Francisco S. Serrano; 
l6Mar71; DU79669. 

SERRETT, JAMES. 

Shadow 'cross the sun. 80 1. Screen- 
play. © James Serrett; 10May71; 
DU80139. 

SERRETT, JAMES GEORGE. 

What is the color of Susan. See 
GENNARI, R. JAMES. 

SERVER, RALPH. 

The glass woman; screenplay. 120 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg, Feb. 1969, 
DU73591. NM: editorial revision & 
additions. © Ralph Server; 7May71; 
DU80121. 

SETO, ARTHUR. 

Lucky you visit Hawaii, by H. Siszass, 
pseud. 43 1. Screenplay. . © Arthur 
Seto; 26Feb71; DU79529- 

SEWALL, N. ROBINSON. 

Family secrets; a film. 71 1. 
© N. Robinson Sewall; 23Jun71; 
DU80594. 

SEYMOUR, LORRAINE MICHELE. 

Will George do it? By Lorraine 

Michele, pseud. 128 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Lorraine Michele Seymour; 
19Mar71; DU79695. 

SHAFFER, ANTHONY. 

Sleuth. New York, Dodd, Mead. 

125 p. Two acts. © Peter Shaffer, 
Ltd.; lDec70; DP7535 . 

SHAFFER (PETER) LTD. 

Sleuth. See SHAFFER, ANTHONY. 

SHAGAN, STEPHEN. 

Terrific, terrific! Original story 
& screenplay by Steve Shagan. 
144 1. © Stephen Shagan; 8jan71; 
DU79071. 

SHAINBERG, MAURICE. 

Moments of frenzy; translation by 
Stanley Seidman. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Maurice Shainberg; 
17Jun71; DU80546. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

The complete works of Shakespeare. 
Edited by Irving Ribner & George 
Lyman Kittredge. Waltham, Mass., 
Ginn. 1743 p. NM: pref., index & 
revision of notes. © Ginn & Co.; 
4jan71; A241455- 

The first & second parts of King 
Henry IV. Illus. by Jack Wolfgang 
Beck. Graphic Arts Typographers. 
1 v. Appl. authors: Graphic Arts 
Typographers, Inc. NM: revisions 
& illus . © Graphic Arts Typograph- 
ers, Inc.; lDec70; A226196. 



Hamlet. Edited by William J. Martz . 
Scott, Foresman. 288 p. Five acts. 
NM: compilation. © Scott, 
Foresman & Co.; l8Sep70; A219013. 
Hamlet, E'.S.P. See BAKER, PAUL. 
Henry IV, part II. Edited by Herbert 
R. Coursen, Jr. Dubuque, W. C. 
Brown Co. 83 p. (The Blackfriars 
Shakespeare) NM: additional text, 
compilation & revisions. © Wm. C. 
Brown Co. Publishers; 27Jan71; 
A219439- 
Henry V; edited by Charles R. Forker. 
Dubuque, W. C. Brown Co. 82 p. 
(The Blackfriars Shakespeare) 
Five acts. NM: additional text, 
compilation & revisions. © Wm. C. 
Brown Co. Publishers; 29Mar71; 
A250279. 
Henry VIII; edited by H. M. Richmond. 
Dubuque, W. C. Brown Co. 80 p. 
(The Blackfriars Shakespeare) Five 
acts. NM: additional text, com- 
pilation & revisions. © Wm. C. 
Brown Co. Publishers; • 26Mar71J ; 
A250277. 
An introduction to theatre. See 

HOETKER, JAMES. 
Julius Caesar; edited by S. F. 

Johnson. Baltimore, Penguin Books. 
131 p. (The Pelican Shakespeare. 
General editor: Alfred Harbage) 
5 acts. NM: revisions. © Penguin 
Books, Inc.; 30Apr71; A246795. 
K. L. Lear. See KENIN, MAYA. 
King Lear; edited by W. R. Elton. 
Dubuque, W. C. Brown Co. 91 p. 
(The Blackfriars Shakespeare) 
Five acts. NM: additional text, 
compilation & revisions. © Wm. C. 
Brown Co. Publishers; 29Mar71; 
A250280. 
Love's labour's lost. See THEATRE 

IN EDUCATION, INC. 
A midsummer night's dream; edited 
by Madeleine Doran. Baltimore, 
Penguin Books. 115 p. (The Pelican 
Shakespeare) Appl. author: Alfred 
Harbage, general editor. NM: 
editorial revision. © Penguin 
Books, Inc.; 30Apr71; A241270. 
Othello; a study-text, plus a student's 
introd. by Clayton Balch. Wood- 
bridge, Conn., Apollo Books. 236 p. 
(E-Z learner study text) Appl. au- 
thor : Casyndekan, Inc . , for indexing 
process. NM: conceptual index. 
© Apollo Books, a division of Coshad, 
Inc.; 15Mar71; A246793. 
Othello. Edited by J. Leeds Barroll. 
Dubuque, W. C. Brown Co. 89 p. 
(The Blackfriars Shakespeare) 
NM: additional text, compilation & 
revisions. © Wm. C. Brown Co. 
Publishers; 27Jan71; A219438. 
Richard II. Edited by Norman Sanders. 
Dubuque, W. C. Brown Co. 72 p. 
(The Blackfriars Shakespeare) 
NM: additional text, compilation & 
revisions. © Wm. C. Brown Co. 
Publishers; 27Jan71; A219437. 
Romeo and Juliet. See STAMBAUGH, 

DOUGLAS E. 
Romeo et Juliette. Adaptation de Jean 
Vauthier. [Paris] Gallimard. 
116 p. (Theatre du monde entier) 
Cinq actes. NM: adaptation. © Edi- 
tions Gallimard; 28Feb71; DFO-1824. 
The tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of 
Denmark. (In Kitzhaber, A. R., 
ed. Literature VI. New York, Holt, 
Rinehart & Winston, p. 288-431) 
Appl. author: Daniel Cook. NM: mar- 
ginal material, revisions & stage 
directions. © Daniel Cook; 31Dec70; 
A229090. 

William Shakespeare's A midsummer 
night's dream. See CULLUM, ALBERT. 

William Shakespeare's Cymbeline. 
See TROKA, BOBBY. 



The winter's tale; edited by Dean Frye. 
Dubuque, W. C. Brown Co. 89 p. 
(The Blackfriars Shakespeare) 
Five acts. KM: additional text, 
compilation & revisions. © Wm. C. 
Brown Co. Publishers; 31Mar71; 
A250278. 

SHAKLEY, BONNIE. 

Climax and pitch: Heidelberg College 
Jazz ensemble preventive drug educa- 
tion show. See HARRISON, ROBERT L. 
SHANNON, GREGORY ADVILLE. 

Just take two aspirins and call a 
cop; a one-act play. 20 1. 
© Gregory Adville Shannon; 10Dec70; 
DP7609. 
SHANHON, JAMES EDWARD. 

Bill & William; a two act play. 

123 1. © James E. Shannon; 19Feb7 1; 
DU79447. 
Mama, is Terry home for good? 52 1. 
A play in 1 act. © James E. Shannon; 
19Feb71; DU79446. 
Sweet Pea & Honey. 1 v. A play. 
© James Edward Shannon; 2Apr71; 
DU79823. 
Testimonies; 3 one act plays. 1 v. 
Contents: Al & big mama. — The meni- 
als. — Greater Mount Zion. © James 
E. Shannon; 19Feb71; DU79443 . 

SHANNON, PATRICK. 

Confessions of a Carpathian 

chanteuse. See OLIVER, DONALD. 

SHAPIRO, BARRY. 

The man. 187 1. © Barry Shapiro; 
19Jan71; DP7578. 

SHAPPIN, IRWIN. 

Man of the world; a play in one act. 
46 1. © Irwin Shappin; 10Feb71; 
DU79399- 

Mendl finds his level. 35 1- A play. 
© Irwin Shappin; 8Feb71; DU79348. 
Sheer coincidence; a play in one act. 
39 1. © Irwin Shappin; 10Feb71; 
DU79400. 

SHARKEY, JOHN MICHAEL. 

M is for the million; a new comedy by 
Jack Sharkey. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Jack Sharkey; 30Mar71; DU79791. 
SHARP, ZELMA F. 

The cavalcade of the West. See 
JONES, LOYD. 

SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. 

Bernard Shaw's plays: Major Barbara; 
Heartbreak house; Saint Joan; Too 
true to be good. With backgrounds 
& criticism. Edited by Warren Syl- 
vester Smith. 1st ed. New York, 
W. W. Norton. 494 p. (Norton crit- 
ical editions) NM: pref., compila- 
tion, selected bibliography & foot- 
notes. © W. W. Norton & Co., Inc.; 
lDec70; A212025. 
Major Barbara, by Bernard Shaw. 

Edited by Elizabeth T. Forter. New 
York, Appleton-Century-Crofts . 
152 p. (Crofts classics) NM: in- 
trod., notes, bibliography & 
p.xxxi-xxxiii. © Meredith Corp.; 
20May71; A242391. 
Saint Joan, by Bernard Shaw. Edited 
with an introd. & notes by Stanley 
Weintraub. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 
Merrill. 228 p. (The Bobbs- 
Merrill Shaw series) NM: introd., 
map, chronologies, bibliography, 
& annotation. © Bobbs-Merrill Co., 
Inc.; 22Feb71; A219407. 
SHAW, W. HARLAN. 

The second shepherd's play. See 
HOBBS, WAYNE. 

SHELDON, NAOMI BETTI . 

Others; a theatre piece. 1 v. 
© Naomi Betti Sheldon; l4jan71; 
DU79118. 
SHELLEY, STEVE. 

The world almanac. See GOODMAN, 
SIMON ROBERT. 



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SHELTON, JOHN F. 

In the beginning. See DOTY, 
DENNIS. 

SHENSTONE. 

II Barone avaro. See NAPOLI, 
JACOPO. 

SHEPARD, HELEN. 

Call for the goochoo bird. See 
BUEBENDORF, FRANCIS. 

SHEPARD, SAM, pseud. See ROGERS, SAM 
SHEPARD. 

SHEPHERD, GENE PAUL. 

Back fire; an original story written 
& adapted for television. 29 1. 
© Gene Paul Shepherd; 9Jun71; 
DU79454. 

SHEPHERD, JERRY U. 

In the beginning; a musical play in 
three acts. 84 1. Book only. 
© Jerry Shepherd; 31Mar71; DU79586. 

SHERMAN, JORY. 

Beer bust. 9 1. (Youth and alcohol 
series) A play. © Jory Sherman; 
8Jan71; DU79066. 
Delerium. 11 1. (Youth and alcohol 
series) A play. © Jory Sherman; 
8.1an71; DU79065. 
Drinking on a date. 10 1. (Youth 
and alcohol series) A play. © Jory 
Sherman; 8jan71; DU79064. 
Inheritance. 10 1. (Youth and alco- 
hol series) A play. © Jory Sher- 
man; 8jan71; DU79O63. 

SHERWTN, DAVID. 

If. See ANDERSON, LINDSAY. 

SHIFLET, EARL JONES. 

The spirit of America; sometimes re- 
ferred to as The anatomy of America 
and sometimes as The Establishment; 
a presentation. 8 1. © Earl J. 
Shiflet; 19May71; C25044. 

SHINE j TED. 

Morning, noon and night. (In The 
black teacher and the dramatic arts. 
William R. Reardon & Thomas D. 
Pawley, editors. Westport, Conn., 
Negro Universities Press. 0.397-487) 
© Ted Shine; 23Sep70; DP7704. 

SHMELTSMAN, LEO. 

All or nothing! A new play. 162 1. 
20 scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l?Apr67, DU68731. NM: additions. 
© Leo Shmeltsman; 14May71; DU80202. 
New York at night; a new musical re- 
vue; sketches, music & lyrics by 
Leo Shmeltsman. 101 1. Two acts. 
Book only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
5Jul63, DU57995. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Leo Shmeltsman; 
21Jan71; DU79212. 

SHOAFF, JOHN EARL. 

The millionaire maker. 8 1. Lecture. 
© Flossie Shoaff Ellis; 15Jun71; 
C25215 • 

SHOULER, DAVID R. 

The driftwood tree, by David Martin, 
pseud. 119 1. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. DU53747. 
NM: additions & revisions. © David 
R. Shouler; 9Jun71; DU80425. 

SHRADER, WESLEY. 

The higher learning. See HARMS, 
JOHN. 



SHRADY, HENRY M. 

Do la. See STURGES, THOMAS R. 

SHUKEN, PHILLIP. 

But mother, everybody does it. See 
SINGER, RAYMOND E. 

3HUPE, JAMES R. 

Introducing the string family to the 
primary grades. 3 1. Script. 
© James R. Shupe; 4Mar71; C24669. 



SHUREN, CHARLINE OSGOOD. 

The pearls stay on; a one act play. 
45 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
28oct68, DU72723. NM: revisions, 
uharline Osgood Shuron; LApr71j 
DU79597. 

SIBBALD, GEORGE W. 

Interstate seventy-six; a play in two 
acts. 81 1. © George W. Sibbald; 
lFeb71; DU79274 . 

SIEBEN, PEARL. 

On stage, Mr. Jolson! 83 1. A musi- 
cal play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Pearl Sieben; 5May71; 
DU80073 . 

SIEGEL, MAURICE. 

A gift from Prometheus; three act play; 
based on an idea & approach of 
Aubrey Hampton & Maurice Siegel. 
1 v. © Maurice Siegel; 30Jun71; 
DU80649 . 

SIENKIEWICZ, ENRICO. 

Seguiamolo. See ROSSETTI, ALDO. 

SIGAUX, GILBERT. 

La comedie et le vaudeville de 1850 
a 1900. Choix etabli avec des 
notices par Gilbert Sigaux. [Geneva] 
Distribue par le Cercle du Biblio- 
phile. 387 p. (Les Genies du 
theatre francais) © on notices; 
Edito-Service, S.A.; 15Dec70; 
AFO-65526. 
La comedie et le vaudeville de 1850 a 
1900. Choix etabli avec des 
notices par Gilbert Sigaux. 
[Geneva] Distribue par le Cercle du 
Bibliophile. 356 p. (Les Genies 
du theatre francais, 3) © on re- 
views; Edito-Service, S.A.; 15Dec70; 
AFO-64722. 
La comedie et le vaudeville de 1850 a 
1900, 1. Choix etabli avec une 
pref. et des notices par Gilbert 
Sigaux. [Geneva] Distribue par le 
Cercle du Bibliophile. 361 p. 
(Les Genies du theatre francais) 
© on pref. & notices; Edito-Service, 
S.A.; 15Dec70; AFO-64389. 
La comedie et le vaudeville de 1850 a 
1900, 2. Choix etabli avec des 
notices par Gilbert Sigaux. 
[Geneva] Distribue par le Cercle du 
Bibliophile. 284 p. (Les Genies du 
theatre francais) © on notices; 
Edito-Service, S.A.; 15Dec70; 
AF0-64387. 

0-, pseud. See KRAMER, ROBERT E. 

SILHI, JODETTE. See JOHNSON, JODETTE 
SILHI . 

SILHOUETTES IN COURAGE, INC. 
Silhouettes in courage. See 
STOMPTOWN MUSIC CORP. 

SILLS, STEPHANIE. 

Contemporary black drama. See 
OLIVER, CLINTON F. 

SILVER, BERNARD H. 

Tire safe. 6 1. Lecture. © Ber- 
nard H. Silver; Uun71; C25336. 

SILVER, STEWART N. 

The itinerant dishwasher; Murray. 
Two one act plays by Stuart Silver. 
1 v. © Stuart Silver; 20Jan71; 
DU79189. 
SILVER, STUART. 

The wildmot-se. 1 v. A play in 3 actr, . 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. 
© Stuart silver; HMay71; DU80134. 

SILVER, STUART. See SILVER, STEWART N. 

SILVERLIGHT, BARRY MILES. 

Right in your own back yard! An en- 
vironmental musical; book 8: lyrics 
by Geoff Peterson, music by Barry 
Miles. 1 v. © Geoff Peterson & 
Barry Miles; 13Apr71; DU79904. 



SIMMONS, LYDIA. 

Sans everything; play. 1 v. © Lydla 
Simmons; 30Mar71; DU79790. 

SIMON, PEGGY. See TRAKTMAH, PEGGY 
SIMON. 

SIMONS, JOHN TOWNES, JR. 

Billy the kid; a cosmic multimedia 
... adventure. 67 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© John Townes Simons, Jr.; 22Feb71; 
DU79461. 
The ugly princess. 44 1. A play in 
2 acts. © John Townes Simons, Jr.; 
22Feb71; DU79462. 

SIMPSON, FREDRICK DOUGLAS. 

Satin doll. 101 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 17Mar69, 
DU74248. NM: revisions. © Fredrick 
Douglas Simpson; 26Apr71; DU80244 . 

SIMPSON, ROBERT. 

Did you see what I think I saw? A 
play. 56 1. © Robert Simpson; 
29Jun71; DU80634. 

SINCLAIR, W. R. 

Toward freedom. 7 1. Sermon. © W. R 
Sinclair; 24May71; C25054. 

SINGER, ISRAEL JOSHUA. 

The trial of Yoshe the loon. See 
SINGER, JOSEPH. 

SINGER, JOSEPH. 

The trial of Yoshe the loonj a drama 
in two acts by Joe Singer; based on 
the novel Yoshe Kalb, by I. J. 
Singer. 68 1. © Joseph Singer; 
31Mar71; DU79802. 

SINGER, RAYMOND E. 

But mother, everybody does it; a 
comedy in three acts by Ray Singer 
Sc Phil Shuken. 126 1. © Raymond 
E. Singer & Phillip Shuken; 17May71; 
DU80227 . 

SINGLETON, RALPH S. 

Search for loneliness. 11 1. A 
screenplay. ©Ralph S. Singleton; 
24May71; DU80290. 

SISZASS, H., pseud. See SETO, ARTHUR. 

SIVERS, RICHARD H. 

Avatar; a psychological drama in one 
act. 11 1. © Richard H. Sivers; 
8Mar71; DU79580. 

SKIAR, GEORGE. 

Brown pelican; a play. 1 v. Two acts. 
© George Sklar; 5Mar71; DU79571. 

SKVOKECKY, JOSEF. 

A sexy girl for my boy; a screenplay 
based on an original idea by 
Miroslav ondracek. 168 1. © Josef 
Skvorecky; 19Jan71; DU79591. 

SKYEWIAY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

The days of the dancing. See 
BRIDGES, JAMES. 

SLADE, MIRSY, pseud. See NAKONECHNY, 
NESTOR B. 

SLAVXK, PETER. 

Amo amas amat; Stueck in 5 Akten. 
Austria, Universal Edition. 120 p. 
©Universal Edition, A.G.; 9Feb71; 
DFO-1810. 
Amo amas amat; Stueck in 5 Akten. 
Wien, Universal Edition. 120 p. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; 4Mar71; 
DFO-1817. 

SLEMMONS, DAVID ROBERT. 

Daedalus. 14 1. © David R. Slemmons; 
15Mar71; DP7635. 

SLOVES, HENRI. 

La fleche de Dieu; drame en trois 
actes. 70 1. © N. Sloves; 
HFeb71; DU79842. 



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SMILEY, SAM MAX. 

Because going nowhere takes a long 
time. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Sam Smiley; 14Apr71; DU79919. 

SMITH, CECIL ALONZO. 

Black voices; an evening of theatre 
by Cecil Alonzo. 1 v. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Cecil Alonzo; 5Apr71; DU7966I. 

SMITH, CHARLES FRANKLIN. 

Chicano. 2nd draft, May 17, 1971. 
35 !• A screenplay. © Charles 
Franklin Smith; 17Jun71; DU80545 . 

SMITH, CHESTER LEO. 

Only a king; a tragedy. 1 v. Two 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
28Jan64, DU60748 & 27May68, DU71608. 
NM: ^dramatization, revision & addi- 
tions. © Chester Leo Smith; ?5Mar71; 
DU79780. 

SMITH, DONALD M. 

Kelso, huddee! A play by Donegan 
Smith. 8l 1. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Donald M. Smith; 
17May71; DU80167. 

SMITH, ERNEST. 

The real great adventures of Charlatan 
Preston and his sister Sarge, by 
Ernest Smith & Brent Keast. 69 1. 
68 tape scripts. © Ernest Smith & 
Brent Keast; 19Jan71; C24490. 

SMITH, IRIS. 

The MIOMI systems; lecture. 18 1. 
© Iris Smith; 12Mar71; C24710. 

SMITH, J. R. See SMITH, JOHN R. 

SMITH, J. SELBY. 

Sudden spirit. See DAVIDS, PAUL J. 

SMITH, JOHN R. 

Audition. 118 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© John R. Smith; 24Feb71; DU79840. 

SMITH, KENNETH HAROLD. 

Out of the cradle endlessly rocking. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Kenneth 
Harold Smith; l8jan71; DU79174 . 

SMITH, LAWRENCE D. 

Get me Hal Stahr. See DEVLIN, 
CLARENCE JAY. 

SMITH, LEE, pseud. See ZOELLNER, PETER 
LEE. 

SMITH, LEON DELANO. 

Revolutionary preacherman. 2 1. 

© Leon Delano Smith; 8Feb71; C24557 . 
Up to date. 3 1. © Leon Delano 
Smith; 8Feb71; C24556. 

SMITH, MARJORIE M. 

Fire is my nature; a 3-act play. 
31 1. © Marjorie M. Smith; 
13May71; DU80162. 

SMITH, NORMAN K. 

Don't you wanna be a hero, Billy 
Jones? A fantasy of war in two 
acts by Norman K. Smith & Joseph 
Galese, Jr. 1 v. With music. 
© Norman K. Smith & Joseph Galese, 
Jr.; 17Feb71; 0^79^17 . 

SMITH, W. EVERETT. 

The suburban syndrome. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © W. Everett Smith; 
2Jun71; DU80363. 

SMITH, WARREN SYLVESTER. 

Bernard Shaw's plays: Major Barbara. 
See SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. 

SMITH, YVONNE. 

The story of Danny Long Legs; a 
musical play written for movies, 
original book & songs written & 
composed by Yvonne Smith. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Yvonne Smith; 
l4jan71; DU79122. 



SMITHER, DAVID NEAL. 

The gap; a musical confrontation. 
Book by James R, Paris, music by 
David Smither, lyrics by Dominique 
St. John. 1 v. © David Smither; 
12Mar71; DU79624. 

SMULOWITZ, ANNA MARIA. 

The children' of Terezin; edited by 
Linda Nolan. 14 1. a play. 
© Anna Smulowitz & Linda Nolan; 
26Apr71; DU80020. 

SNOWDON, EDWARD W., JR. 

The brethren; a play in thirteen epi- 
sodes. 1 v. © Edward W. Snowdon, 
Jr.; 29Jun71; DU80633. 

SNYDER, ELISABETH PRESTON. 

The heel of Mm. Achilles; a three act 
play. 108 1. © Elisabeth Preston 
Snyder; 25May71; DU80295. 

SNYDER, JOHN FRANCIS. 

Talking lesson on poetry. No.l. 

23 1. Recording script. Appl. ti.: 
Talking lesson no.l. © John Francis 
Snyder; 25Jan71; C24512. 

SNYDER, JOHN MCKENZIE. 

A dry county in Georgia; original 
screenplay. 112 1. © John 
McKenzie Snyder; 23Apr71; DU80007 . 

SOFAER, ABRAHAM D. 

Realizing social ideals through law. 
1 v. (Bridging the gap) Lecture. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 12Apr71; C24858. 

SOFFER, MARJORY. 

Mores; a comedy in two acts. 141 1. 
© Marjory Soffer; 15Mar71; DU79634. 

SOFFER, SAMUEL. 

The aluminum chair; screenplay. 

1st draft. 132 1. © Samuel Soffer; 
21Apr71; DU80173 . 
The house of candy; screenplay. 
1st draft. 97 1. © Samuel 
Soffer; 27Apr71; DU80031. 
Murder, most foul; screenplay. 
1st draft. 103 1. © Samuel 
Soffer; 27Apr71; DU80037. 

SOLARI SWAYNE, ENRIQUE. 

Collacocha; drama en tres actos. 

Philadelphia, Center for Curriculum 
Development. 57 p. (Teatro contem- 
poraneo) NM: introd. © Center for 
Curriculum Development, Inc.; 
3May71; A246266. 

SOLERA, TEMISTOCLE. 

Nabucco. See VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

SOLINAS, PIERNICO. 

Success story? A play. 91 1- Two 
acts. © PierNico Solinas; 20Apr71; 
DU79981. 

SOLORZANO, CARLOS. 

Las manos de Dios; auto en tres 
actos. Philadelphia, Center for 
Curriculum Development. 51 p. 
(Teatro contemporaneo) NM: intro- 
duction. © Center for Curriculum 
Development, Inc.; 3Mar71; A23505O. 

SOLZHENITSYN, ALEKSANDR . 

Article 58. See MAYER, PAUL AVILA . 

SONZOGNO, GIULIO CESARE. 

Boule de Suif; opera in 1 atto, 2 
quadri by Clro Fontana; musica di 
Giulio Cesare Sonzogno; dalla novel- 
la di Guy De Maupassant. Milano, 
Edizioni Curci. 23 p. Libretto. 
© Edizioni Curci; 3Nov70; DF2061. 

SOPHOCLES. 

Don't look back, the Furies follow. 

See YORRA, MYRON SETH. 
Oedipus tyrannus. A new translation, 
passages from ancient authors, reli- 
gion & psychology: some studies, 
criticism. Translated & edited by 



Lucl Berkowltz & Theodore F. Brun- 
ner. New York, W. W. Norton. 
261 p. (Norton critical editions) 
NM: compilation, pref. & bibliogra- 
phy. © w. W. Norton & Co., Inc.; 
220ct70; A20t : 
Theatre complete. Traduction, pref., 
et notes par Robert Pignarre. Illus. 
origlnales de Jean-Pierre Meuer. 
[Geneva] Dlstribue par le Cercle du 
Bibliophile. 357 p. (Les Grands 
classiques du monde) © on illus.; 
Edlto-Service, S.A.; 15Peb71; 
AFO-65459. 

SORIANO, VICENTE ESCRIVA. 

Tu musica en ml sangre; argumento, 
guion y dialogos. 73 1. A screen- 
play. © Vicente Escriva Soriano; 
19Jan71; DU79094. 

SORKIN, GERALD B. 

Don't forget to feed the burglar, 
by Gerald B. Sorkln, Henry Stohl 5: 
Gary L. Hudson. 130 1. A screen- 
play. © Gerald B. Sorkin, Henry 
Stohl & Gary L. Hudson; 17May71; 
DU80065 • 

SOUNDTRACK MUSIC PUB. CO. 

Write by ear. See CURTIN, HOYT S. 

SOUTHWORTH, WARREN 3. 

Fortune and flowers. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Warren B. Southworth; 
25Mar71; DU7976R. 

SPARTA FILMS, INC. 

Jerusalem Jerusalem. Final draft. 

107 1. Screenplay. © Sparta Films, 
Inc.; 4jan71; DU79008. 

SPATZ, R. L., JR. 

Abstractions; a play. 21 1. © R. L. 

Spatz, Jr.; 10Feb71; DU79371. 
Conversations I never heard; a play. 

84 1. Four acts. © R. L. Spatz, 

Jr.; 2§Dec70; DU79036. 
Happy New Year, Mr. Ives; a play. 

81 1. © R. L. Spatz, Jr.; 5Feb71; 

DU79332. 

SPEAKS, RONNIE. 

Our rose. See' MAXWELL, DEANE L. 

SPECTRUM ASSOCIATES, INC. 

The Eames girl. See KAPLAN, SOL. 

SPEIRS, RUTH. 

In the matter of J. Robert Oppen- 
heimer. See KIPPHARDT, HEINAR. 

SPENCER, DAVID G. 
Contemporary drama. 
STANLEY A. 



See CLAYES, 



SPERLING, KAREN. 

Miscellaneous lovers, and then they 
lived happily ever after. 37 1. 
© Karen Sperling; 17Mar71; DU79681. 

SPINNER, RALPH J. 

The contract; a play with music. 

30 1. © Ralph J. Spinner; l6Jun71; 

DU80513 . 
The innkeeper; a play with music for 

Christmastide. 1 v. Three scenes. 

© Ralph J. Spinner; l6Jun71; 

DU80524. 

SPITZER, LEWIS F. 

Instant girl; a play in three acts. 
1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Fringe benefit, 5Aug68, 
DU72123. NM: revisions. © Lewis F. 
Spitzer; l4jun71; DU80499. 

SPITZER, MURRAY. 

Eagles don't flock; a new play. 

1 v. Three acts. © Murray Spitzer; 
2Jun71; DU8036I. 

SPRAGUE, HAROLD LLOYD. 

Murder by seance; or, Murder at life's 
end. A comedy in three acts. 1 v. 
© Harold L. Sprague; HMay71; 
DU80147 . 



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63 



SPRING CORP. 

The Sprung story. 3 1. Recording 
script. © Spring Corp.; 21Jun71; 
C25348. 

SPRINGER, WALTER. 

A night at the baths; a musical comedy 
in two acts. 1 v. Book only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3Aug70, 
DU77818. NM: additions. O Walter 
Springer; 15Jan71; DU79252. 

SPURLING, MI LIE. See DUMAS, MILDRED. 

STAGGERS, DUANE A. 

Christmas is a time of dreams; a musi- 
cal in three acts by James H. 
Norton, book & lyrics, S- Duane A. 
Staggers, music. 2 v. © James 
Hayes Norton & Duane A. Staggers; 
13Apr71; DU79713- 

ST ALE Y, WALTER L. 

The chugwater social club; or, It's 
a pleasure to do business with you; 
or, Take off them gol durn spurs; 
an original drama. 22 1. © Walter 
L. Staley; 24Mar71; DU79750. 

STAMBAUGH, DOUGLAS E. 

Romeo and Juliet, by William 
Shakespeare; satirized by Doug 
Stambaugh & Larry Friedman. 25 1. 
A play in 5 acts. © Douglas E. 
Stambaugh & Lawrence D. Friedman; 
24May71; DU80127. 

STANFIELD, V. L. 

The centrality of preaching, lo 1. 
Tape script. © Broadman Films; 
Uun71; C25195- 

sTANG, PATRICIA STOLZ. 

Once in wonder. See DE REFLER, 
SEYMOUR SANDY. 

STANTON, JANE C. 

Trick or treat; a play. 22 1. 

One act. © Jane Stanton; 29Dec70; 
DU79013. 

STANTON, MARSHALL P. 

The pastor and marriage therapy groups. 
See WTLKE, RICHARD B. 

STAR NATIONAL, INC. 

Half a brain. See OSWALD, WILLIAM. 

STARK, IRWIN. 

Zuleika; a musical comedy based on Max 
Beerbohm's novel, Zuleika Dobson. 
115 1. Two acts. Book & lyrics 
only. NM: revisions. © Irwin Stark: 
19Apr71; DU79835. 

STARN, HYMAN L. 

Medical terminology, cardiovascular 

system. See EASELY, EWA T. 
Medical terminology, respiratory 

system. See EASELY, EWA T. 

STARR, MARIE. 

The magic bow; by Marie Starr & Larry 
D. Jorgensen. 48 1. A play. NM: 
adaptation of North American Indian 
legend. © Marie Starr 8c Larry D. 
Jorgensen; 29Mar71; DU79782. 

STARSHINE MUSIC. 
True adventures 
EISLE, DONN. 

STASHEFF, CHRISTOPHER B. 

Joey win. 142 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Christopher B. Stasheff; 20Apr71; 
DU79976. 

STEIN, AARON. 

Basic lectures in group psychotherapy. 
1 v. Twenty-one lectures. © Aaron 
Stein; 24jun71; C25356. 

STEIN, EDWARD. 

Take it from the top; a one act play 
by Ed Stein. 28 1. © Ed Stein; 
4Jan71; DU79004 . 



STEIN, JACOB. 

The plot Is important for any theatri- 
cal production; a lecture by Jackie 
Clark, pseud. 11 1. © Jackie 
Clark; 4May71; C24973. 



STEINBECK, JOHN. 
Of mice and men. 
CARLISLE. 



See FLOYD, 



in space. See 



STEINBERG, PAUL M. 

Knowledge of human relations. 35 1. 
(New concepts of the minister's 
role — new forms of community life) 
Lecture. © Institute for Religious 
& Social Studies; 12Apr71; C24844. 

STENDHAL. 

Theatre. T.l. Texte etabli, annote 
et preface par Victor Del Litto. 
Frontispice original de Mette I vers. 
Illus . origlnales de Jean-Pierre 
Meuer. Nouv. ed. etablie sous la 
direction de Victor Del Litto et 
Ernest Abravanel. [Geneva] Dis- 
tribue par le Cercle du Bibliophile. 
479 P- (Stendhal, oeuvres completes) 
NM: editing, pref. & illus. 
© Edito-Service, S.A.; 15Feb71; 
AFO-65464 . 

STEPHENS, MELVTN. 

Trick. 146 1. A screenplay. 

© Melvin Stephens; 24Jun71; DU80602. 

STEPHENS, RUTH E. 

Nothing and beyond. 1 v. (Terrestra, 
pt. 15-17) A play in 3 parts. 
© Ruth E. Stephens; 29Mar71; DU79778 

STEPHENSON, EVTE. 

Some of my best friends are ghosts. 
See STEPHENSON, LUCY CHASE. 

STEPHENSON, JIM BOB. 

Some of my best friends are ghosts. 
See STEPHENSON, LUCY CHASE. 

STEPHENSON, LUCY CHASE. 

Some of my best friends are ghosts; 
an adventure play for children by 
Lucy Chase, Jim Bob, Evie & Robin 
Stephenson. 49 1. Three acts. 
© Jim Bob Stephenson; 7Jun71; 
DU80402. 

STEPHENSON, ROBIN. 

Some of my best friends are ghosts. 
See STEPHENSON, LUCY CHASE. 

STERBINl, CESARE. 

Der Barbier von Sevilla. 

ROSSINI, GIOACCHINO. 
II barbiere di Siviglia. 
GIOACCHINO. 

STERLING, BILL. 

The mechanic's life. 2 1. Recita- 
tion. © Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.; 
3May71; C25028. 

STERN, ROBERT. 

The black gown tree. 14 1. Script. 

© Robert Stern; 4Feb71; C24488. 
Reflections of Ke-wa-we-non. 13 1. 
Script. © Robert Stern; 4Feb71; 
C 24489. 

STERRETT, ELIZABETH G. 

Shenandoah — daughter of the stars. 
Pt.l. 33 1. ©Elizabeth rj. 
Sterrett; 19Jan71; C24670. 

STEVENS, CHARLES EMERY. 

Anthony Burns. See FRENI, PASQUAL N. 

STEVENS, EVELYN. 

They've kidnapped the judge!!! By 
Jimi Thomas, pseud. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Evelyn Stevens; l8jan71; 
DU79175- 

STEVENS, JAMES A. 

An experiment in the use of Brecht's 
epic style and didactic form for the 
dramatization of contemporary prob- 
lems; or, Mac the black. A play in 



See 



See ROSSINI, 



two acts k twelve scenes by James 
Stevens & Morris Schorr. 1 v. With 
music. © James A. Stevens & Morris 
Schorr; lMar71; DU79512. 

STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS. 

Treasure Island. See GESSNER, 
RICHARD A. 

STEVENSON, WILLIAM ADELL, III. 

Bulldogs. 1 v. A play. © William 
Adell Stevenson III; 10May71; 
DU80142 . 
One: the 2 of us. 1 v. A play. 
© William Adell Stevenson III; 
l4May71; DU80209. 

STEWARD, DWIGHT. 

Stage left. Dover, Del., Tanager 
Press. 126 p. Appl. states War's 
prisoner & Third world prev. reg. 
2Sep69, DU75254 & l6Sep68, DU72405 • 
NM: revision & additions. © Dwlght 
Steward; 10Nov70; DP7536. 

STEWART, ELEANOR, pseud. See 
MCGREEVEY, ELEANOR. 

STEWART, MILTON C. 

In a period of growth. See GRAY, BILL. 

STIERNBERG, LOUISE. 

Away from the low hills of New Eng- 
land; a chancel drama by Louise Mor- 
gan, pseud. 19 1. © Louise Morgan; 
8Mar71; C24729. 
Genesis revisited; a chancel monologue 
by Louise Morgan. 21 1. © Louise 
Morgan; l4jun71; C25372. 

STINE, HAROLD EDWIN. 

The mechanical doctor; a play in 
three acts. 3 v. © Harold Edwin 
Stine; 4Jun71; DU80375 • 

STIRRAT, WILLIAM A. 

The problem of internal security. 
4 1. © William A. Stirrat; 3Feb71; 
C24542. 

STOBBE, RICHARD E. 

Turn back to yesterday (The West Allis 
story) An original musical comedy; 
book by Ruth Lynne Hansen, music by 
Richard E. Stobbe, lyrics by Gwen 
Albrecht. 1 v. Three acts. © Ruth 
Lynne Hansen; 17Feb71; DU79321. 

STOCKER, WALTER R., JR. 

Till death; original story & screen- 
play. 75 1. © Walter R. Stocker, 
Jr.; 7May71; DU80120. 

STOCKHAM, LINDA J. 

In this our time, by Kit McKieron, 
pseud. 77 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 27Jan70, 
DU76197. NM: revisions. © Linda J. 
Stockham; 8jun71; DU80413. 
To tread on devils. 86 1. Screen- 
play. © Linda J. Stockham; 6Apr71; 
DU79857. 

STOHL, HENRY. 

Don't forget to feed the burglar. 
See SORKIN, GERALD B. 

STOKER, BRAM. 

Count Dracula. See DEANE, PAUL CECIL. 
Song of Dracula. See VAN DIEST, 
NORMAN H. 

STOKES, CAROLYN L. 

Lectures and papers #1. 1 v. 
© Carolyn L. Stokes; l4Dec70; 
C24700. 

STOKES, JACK TILDEN. 

Three plays about victims; a collec- 
tion of three full-length plays with 
a commentary on victims. Ann Arbor, 
University Microfilms Library Serv- 
ices. Microfilm. (Doctoral disser- 
tation series) © Jack Tllden 
Stokes; 26Feb71; DP7685. 



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Jan. -June 



STOM, FRED EUGENE. 

After the tree grows tall; a play by 
Gene Stom. 76 1. Three acts. 
© Gene Stom's Workshop (Gene Stom); 
l4May71; DU80206. 

STOMPTOWN MUSIC CORP. 

Silhouettes In courage; an evolution 
of America's black patriot. Vol.l- 
5. 220 1. Appl. authors: Stomptown 
Music Corp., Charles Jones & Silhou- 
ettes In Courage, Inc. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 1969, C21849. NM: addi- 
tions. © Stomptown Music Corp.; 
29Mar71; C24783. 

STOM'S (GENE) WORKSHIP. 

After the tree grows tall. See 
STOM, FRED EUGENE. 

STONE, ELAINE MURRAY. 

Bedtime Bible stories. 16 1. Record- 
ing script. © Cass, Inc.; 17May71; 
C25037 • 
Travel fun. 21 1. Recording script. 
©Cass, Inc.; 17May71; C25038. 

STONE, OLIVER. 

Once too much; screenplay. 107 1. 
English Sc Spanish. © Oliver Stone; 
3Mar71; DU79544 . 
The wolves; an original screenplay; 
inspired by the Orestes of 
Euripides. 136 1. © Oliver Stone; 
3Mar71; DU79545- 

STONE, PETER. 

Two by two. See RODGERS, RICHARD. 

STORY, EUGENIA. 

The absence of arc. 87 1. A musical 

play in a prologue & 19 scenes. 

Book & lyrics only. © Eugenia 

Story; 22Jun71; DU80583 . 
The fall of Atlantis; a play. 64 1. 

Thirty-one scenes. © Eugenia 

Story; 22Jun71; DU80584. 

STORY, LORRAINE. 

The struggle In the street. See 
STORY, VAN DYCK. 

STORY, VAN DYCK. 

The struggle in the streetj a play for 
stage or screen by Van Dyck & 
Lorraine Story. 1 v. 21 scenes. 
© Van Dyck Story & Lorraine Story; 
19Jan71; DU79022. 

STOVEKEN, ROBERT W. 

What are friends for? An original 
screenplay. 112 1. © Robert W. 
Stoveken; 3Jun71; DU80366. 

STRAM, THEODORE MARTIN, JR. 

The comedy of Mr. Life. 85 1. A play. 
© Theodore Martin Stram, Jr.; 
6Apr71; DU79854. 

STRAUSBAUGH, WILLIAM. 

The evolution of the modern golf 
swing. See YANCEY, BERT. 

STREETER, BRUCE G. 

Adaptation of President Lincoln's 
second inaugural address, March 4, 
I865. Sheet. NM: adaptation, revi- 
sion & additions. © Bruce G. 
Streeter; 7Apr71; C25008. 
STREM, GEORGE. 

Quaint Company, Ltd. See CLEMENT. 
VICTOR . ' 

STRICKER, LOUIS HENRY. 

Angela; or, A German fairy tale. 88 1. 
A play In 4 acts. © Louis H. 
Strieker; 26Feb71; DU79528, 

STRICKLAND, WILLIE E., SR. 

Hansel and Gretel. 11 1. A play in 
3 acts. NM: dramatization. 
©Willie E. Strickland, Sr.; 
24Feb71; DU79564. 



STRINDBERG, JOHAN AUGUST. 

The dance of death. See MAYER, PAUL 
AVI LA. 

Master Olof; a drama in five acts; 
translated from the Swedish by Arvid 
Paulson. 149 1. © Arvld Paulson; 
30Dec7O; DU79142. 

World historical plays. Translated 
from the Swedish by Arvld Paulson. 
Introd. by Gunnar Ollen. Hew York, 
Twayne Publishers. 276 p. (The 
Library of Scandinavian literature, 
v.6) NM: translation & additional 
text. ©Twayne Publishers, Inc.; 
2Dec70; A205517. 

STROICZ, DMYTRO. 

Our new world. 1 v. A play. 

© Dmytro Stroicz; 21Jun71; DU80544. 

STROUD, MARY LOUISE. 

Over 40 and out; a musical play. 60 1. 
Three acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Mary Louise Stroud; 28May71; 
DU80165 . 



STUART, DUSTY, pseud. 
RONNIE . 



See SPEAKS, 



STUART, ROBERT. 

The glory road! 1 v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. Book «- lyrics only. NM: 
dramatic adaptation (r translations. 
© Robert Stuart; 12Feb71; DU792?4 . 

STUBBS, IRENE. 

The fruit of knowledge. 1 v. A play. 
© Irene Stubbs; 23Apr71; DU80010. 

STUEBER, CARL. 

Othello. See VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

STURGES, THOMAS R. 

Dola; an original screenplay by Henry 
Shrady & Tom Sturges; based on a 
tale by Henry Shrady. 105 1. 
© Thomas R. Sturges & Henry M. • 
Shrady; 29Jun71; DU8o46l. 

STUTSON, CAROLINE MACLACHLAN. 

The polkadotted dragon's tale; a play 
in two acts for six characters. 
21 1. © Caroline Stutson; 28Apr71; 
DU80044 . 

STUTTS, MARY B. 

Peter Rabbit; words, music & story by 
Mary Stutts; based on The tale of 
Peter Rabbit, by Beatrix Potter. 

1 v. A? act operetta. © Mary B. 
Stutts; 13Jan71; DU79026. 

STYCHE, LEONARD G. 

What is a congregation? 30 1. (New 
concepts of the minister's role -. — 
new forms of community life) 
Lecture. © Institute for Religious 
& Social Studies; 12Apr71; C2484-5. 

SUCKE, GREER WOODWARD. 

Beowulf, by Greer Woodward. 1 v. 
A play in 8 scenes . © Greer 
Woodward Sucke; 24jun71; DU80459. 

Joy of the Hasidim. 1 v. A play in 

2 acts. © Greer Woodward Sucke; 
12Apr71; DU79888. 

SULLIVAN, JAMES L. 

Change and the changeless Gospel. 
25 1. Sermon. © Broadman Films; 
l8jun71; C25234. 

SULLIVAN, JAMES PHILIP. 

Live entertainment man; arranged by 
James Philip (Jim) Sullivan. 1 v. 
© James Philip Sullivan; lFeb71; 
C24477 . 

SULLIVAN, MARY EILEEN. 

Little Jesus in velvet pants; a tragi- 
comedy by L. M. Sullivan. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Mary Eileen Sullivan; 
5Apr71; DU79848. 



SULTAN, STAHLEY. 

The playboy of the Western World. See 
SYHGE, JOHN MILLINGTOH. 

SUMMERS, LOUISE. 

Once upon a silent night. See 

GURSKE, LOIS. 
Peaceful valley. See GURSKE, LOIS. 

SUMMERS, RAY. 

Preaching values In the parables. 
21 1. Lecture. © Broadman FIlm6; 
l8jur.71; C25243. 

SUNDBECK, MARY MAC . 

The scandalous Mrs. Jack. See WING, 
LUCIE LEE. 

SUPELCO, INC. 

Column selection guide. See SUPINA, 
WALTER R. 

SUPINA, WALTER R. 

Column selection guide. 72 1. 
© Supelco, Inc.; l8Feb71; C24625- 

SUSANNE, pseud. See DONATHAN, ELYSE D. 

SUSS, IRVTNG D. 

Permutations in a closed system. 
56 1. A play. © Irving D. Suss; 
19Mar71; DU79694. 



SUSSMANN, HARVEY L. 

Wait until the full beard comes in. 
Pt.2. A one act musical play by 
Harve Mann, pseud. 1 v. © Harvey 
Sussmann; l8jan71; DU79378. 

SUTTON, HOWARD EDWIN. 

Sex machine; written by Ed Sutton. 
1 v. A musical screenplay. 
© Howard Edwin Sutton; 28jun71; 
DU80624 . 

SWAN, JACK. 

Clown of chocolate. See MINICHIELLO, 
RICHARD R. 

SWAROWSKY, HANS. 

La boheme. See PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 
Falstaff. See. VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 
Simon Boccanegra. See VERDI, 
GIUSEPPE. 

SWARTZ, STEPHEN HILLARD. 

Last kiss; a screenplay. 49 1. 

© Stephen Hillard Swartz; 24May71; 
DU80288. 

SWAYNE, ENRIQUE SOLARI . See SOLARI 
SWAYNE, ENRIQUE. 

SWIER, CHARLES. 

The people of New York vs . one book; 
book by Noel Hynd, lyrics & addi- 
tional material by Jed Rakoff, music 
by Charles Swier. 148 1. Two acts. 
© Noel Hynd, Jed Rakoff & Charles 
Swier; 25May71; DU80297. 

SYDORICK, THOMAS. 

Twentieth century tar. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Thomas Sydorick; 
24May71; DU8O289. 

SYLVAN, HARTFORD M. 

Take it from the top; a play in three 
acts. 1 v. © Hartford M. Sylvan; 
28jun71; DU80625. 

SYLVESTER, EUGENE A. 

There's wood enough within; a play in 
six scenes. 69 1. © Eugene A. 
Sylvester; 13Apr71; DU79905. 

SYLVESTER, W. W. 

Edge of fury; .a play in five scenes. 
113 1. © W. W. Sylvester; !Mar71; 
DP7619. 

SYMINGTON, DONALD. 

I've had it with Napoleon. See 
GODFREY, JASON. 



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SYMMONS, JAMES. 

You can't tell the difference; a play 
In one-act. 38 1. © James 
Symmons; 22Jun71; DU80587. 

SYMONS, WILLIAM. 

Alec Zeros' "The witches' brew" (A 
drink to unreason) A psychedelic 
phantasmagoria in one act. 40 1. 
© William Symons; 7Apr71; DU79866. 

SYNERGETIC PRESS. 

Don Juan. See POQUELIN, JEAN 
BAPTISTE. 

SYNC-E, JOHN MILLINGTON. 

The playboy of the Western World, by 
J. M. Synge. Edited by Stanley 
Sultan, with brush drawings by' 
Louis le Brocquy. Barre, Mass. 
[appl. states: British Isles] 
Imprint Society. 133 p. 3 acts. 
App. author: Imprint Society, Inc. 
NM: editorial matter & illus . 
©Imprint Society, Inc.; 28Dec70; 
AI-12356. 

SZANTO, GEORGE H. 

The new black crook. 53 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© George H. Szanto; 25Mar71; 
DU79567. 

SZNYCER, BERNARD W. 

The gull. See CHEKHOV, ANTON. 
PAVLOVICH. 

SZNYCER, BERNARD W., ESTATE OF. 
The gull. See CHEKHOV, ANTON 
PAVLOVICH. 

SZNYCER, KATHARINE SERGAVA. 
The gull. See CHEKHOV, ANTON 
PAVLOVICH. 



T-T-P CORP. JAM HANDY PRODUCTIONS. See 
HANDY (JAM) PRODUCTIONS. 

TA, CHAKA, pseud. See MALONEY, 
CLARENCE. 

TABB, LINCOLN LEE. 

The interior. 40 1. A play in 4 
acts. © Lincoln Lee Tabb; 29Jun71; 
DU80637 . 

TALBOT, ANGELA S. 

Moral and entertaining on the musical 
heritage of the 18th century Ameri- 
can theatre. Lecture no. 2. 12 1. 
Appl. states lecture no.l prev. reg. 
20Sep67, G19879. NM: new matter. 
© Angela S. Talbot; 10Mar71; C24703. 

TALLMAN, ALBERT. 

The gods are yet to be born; a one 

act satirical play. 31 1- © Albert 

Tallman; 2Feb71; DU79309. 
Hela forever; a satirical play. 67 1. 

© Albert Tallman; 2Feb71; DU79310. 
Such games the devils are playing; a 

satirical play. 64 1. © Albert 

Tallman; 2Feb71; DU79308. 
The thief; a play in three acts . 

112 1. © Albert Tallman; 2Feb71; 

DU79307. 

TALLY, WILLIAM THEODORE. 

Losses; a play by Ted Tally. 76 1. 
© Ted Tally; 7Jan71; DU79044. 

TAMAYO, RIO DE FRANCESCO. See 
DE FRANCESCO TAMAYO, RIO. 

TAMRAZ, CLEMENT ALVIN. 

Old Glory. Sheet. Monolog. 

© Clement Alvin Tamraz; 31Mar71; 
C24791. 

TANENHAUS, BEVERLY. 

Polarity; poetic drama in one act. 
1 v. A play. © Beverly Tanenhaus; 
l6Mar71; DU79666. 



TANNER, MARION CARLTON. 

Two. The birdcage; The barnyard. 
2 v. Two plays. © Marion Carlton 
Tanner; 29Jan71; DU79267. 

TANZ, EUGENE ROBERT. 

Trader Al Swenson Ford (We want your 
business) 2 sheets. Television 
script. © Cox & Tanz, Inc.; l4May71; 
025022. 

TARPLEY, PHILIP N. 

The death of Mr. Christ. 5 1. A play 
in 4 scenes. © Philip N. Tarpley; 
23Feb71; DU79484 . 

TARTARO, SHELLEY. 

Haiku Ryan. See CUNNYNGHAM, PHYL. 

TASCA, JULES E. 

The mini with the dirty man; a comedy 

in three acts. 98 1. © Jules E. 

Tasca; 29Jun71; DU80639. 

Tear along the dotted line; a play in 
three acts. 121 1. © Jules E. 
Tasca; 4May71; DU8OO95 . 

TAYLOR, CURTIS B. 

The hard road; a screenplay; from an 
original story by Curtis B. Taylor 
& James E. Lowe. 1st draft. 109 1- 
© Curtis B. Taylor & James E. Lowe; 
lMar71; DU79515- 

TAYLOR, DOUGLAS D. 

Satori (The trip south) An original 
screenplay. 85 1. © Douglas 
Taylor; 16Jun71; DU80517. 

TAYLOR, JUDITH N. 

Froggie. See DODDS, ANDY. 

TAYLOR, LAURENCE, pseud. See RAPTIS, 
CONSTANTINOS ANGELO. 

TAYLOR, PETER H. 

Introduction to human social func- 
tioning: five case studies. 1st ed ., 
Dec. 1970. 1 v. Ten lectures. 
© Peter H. Taylor; 10Feb71; C24726. 

TAYLOR, UNA. 

Moon in Leo. 121 1. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as The 
rafters ring, 1950. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Una Taylor; 2Feb71; 
DU79194. 

TAYNTON, DAVID. 

Hiz honor; a screenplay; from a story 
by Martin Inergon. Scriptwrights 
Co. 133 1. © David Taynton; 
l6Jun71; DP7708. 

TCHAKMAKIAN, PASCAL. 

The war boy; a play. 27 1. © Pascal 
Tchakmakian; HJan71; DU79075- 

TECISA FILMS. 

Robin. See DANIELEWSKI, TAD. 

TEITEL, N. R. 

Five major plays. See WILDE, OSCAR. 

TEITELBAUM, MAUREEN. 

Rules of the game. See RENOIR, JEAN. 

TEIXEIRA, LUIS CALVO. 

Cristina y Leonor. See PASCUAL, 
JOSE MARIA IZQUIERDO. 

TELESE, ROBERT. 

Kyrea. 1 v. Screenplay. © Robert 
Telese; 17Feb71; DU79415. 

TELESPAR DIVISION, UNISTRUT CORP. See 
UNISTRUT CORP. TELESPAR DIVISION. 

TELETAPE DETROIT CORP. 

Carpet, a practical building material. 
31 1. Recording script. © E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc.; 
Uun71; C25330. 



TEMPLE, SEBASTIAN, psc-ud. See 
TEMPLEHOFF, JOHANN SEBASTIAN. 

TEMPLE, VAN Q. 

The story of Adam and Eve. 3 1 

c 2 4toiy y Mu8ic Co -' Inc - ; 5Fe ^ 71 : 

TEMPLEHOFF, JOHANN SEBASTIAN. 

Genesis. Pt.2, by Sebastian Temple, 
pseud., & Sarah Hershberg. 2 v. 
A musical play. Appl. ti.: Qem 
too. © St. Francis Productions; 
6Jan71; DU79037. 

TEREFENKO, THOMAS. 

Cella's dream; a play. 123 1. Three 
acts. ©Thomas Terefenko; 12Feb71; 
DU79384 . 

TERRY, MEGAN. 

Frankenstein. 54 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Megan Terry; 
l8May71; DU80178. 

TESCH, ANNE GARDINER. 

The spy who mashed M.U.S.H See 
GRAY, WILLIAM LEE, JR. 

TESICH, STEVE. 

The carpenters. New York, Dramatists 
Play Service. 44 p. Two acts. 
© Steve Tesich; 5May71; DP7672. 

TESTER, CLARK H. 

Virginia City. Television script. 
1 v. © Clark H. Tester, James 
wlyU ErnSt Ohlson > Jr - 17Mar 7 l; 

TESTI, FLAVIO. 

Nabucco. See VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

TETEL, MARCEL. 

Enrico IV. See PIRANDELLO, LUIGI. 

THEATER OF ALL POSSIBILITIES 
Don Juan. See POQUELIN, JEAN 
BAPTISTE. 

THEATRE IN EDUCATION, INC. 

Love's labour's lost; by William 

Shakepeare. 29 1 . A play in 3 

scenes. NM: adaptation. 

© Theatre in Education, Inc.; 

28jun71; DU8056O. 
Macbeth. See PERRIE, ERNESTINE. 

THEODORU, STEFAN GHEORGHE A. 

I am the boss; a drama in two parts, 
one scene. 25 l. © Stefan Gheorghe 
Theodoru; 28May71; DU80332 

Appl. states prev. reg. is Judecata 
6Apr70, DU76807. NM: translation ' 
irom Romanian in English. © Stefan 
Gneorghe Theodoru; 27Jan71; DU79245. 

THERIEN, ROBERT F. 

This then is my heritage; or, On the 
bum. By Bob Therien. 158 1. A 
play in 20 scenes. © Robert F. 
Therien; 7May71; DU80123 . 

THIGPEN, JASPER, pseud. 

Thornstriker; a motion picture script 
by Richard France & Frank Schaefer 
under the pseud., Jasper Thigpen. 
Mar. 1, 1971. 85 1. © Frank 
Schaefer & Richard France; lMar71; 
DU79518. 

THIOKOL CHEMICAL CORP. 

Understanding math. 14 v. Fourteen 
filmstrip scripts. © Thiokol Chemi- 
cal Corp.; 2Jun71; C25302. 

THOEMKE, PETER E. 

Point. 1 v. A musical play. Book & 
lyrics only. © Peter E. Thoemke; 
I8jun71; DU80433. 



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Jan.-June 



THOMAS, GEORGE. 

Moon landing, U.S.A. Sheet. 
Thomas; 25May71; C25213. 



George 



Stan Thomas; 



THOMAS, STAN. 

Four. 1 v. A play. 

21Jun71s DU80574. 
Funeral games; a play. 1 v. 

© Stan Thomas; 17May71; DU80219. 
In the city of the angels. 1 v.' 
A play in 3 acts. © Stan Thomas; 
20Apr71; DU79977. 
Soap opera, an American vaudeville; 
a play. 137 1. © Stan Thomas; 
17May71; DU80223. 

THOMPSON, BEVERLY ELAINE. 

One is one and two is two; a play in 
five acts. 159 1. © Beverly 
Elaine Thompson; 10Jun71; DU80479- 

THOMPSON, COLIN FREDERICK. 

Breakaway; an original screenplay. 
205 1. © Colin Frederick Thompson; 
l8Jan71; DF2060. 

THORNE, RICHARD. 

Audifile no.l. See BUSIEL, GEORGE. 

THORNTON, KATHLEEN B. 

Emily of Amherst: an impression. 1 v. 
Television script. Appl. states 
prev. reg. & pub. as The complete 
poems of Emily Dickinson & Emily 
Dickinson letters, edited by Thomas 
H. Johnson, i960 & I965. NM: addi- 
tions. © Kathleen B. Thornton; 
25Jan71; C24509. 

THUESON, MARTHA ANNE. 

Sixteen speech stories on cassettes. 
63 1. Script. © Martha Anne 
Thueson; 15Apr71; C24878. 

THUNA, LEONORA. 

Let me hear you smile; a new comedy 
by Lee Thuna & Harry Cauley. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Leonora Thuna Ic 
Harry Cauley; 27Apr71; DU8003O. 

THURBER, JAMES. 

The thirteen clocks. See BERMAN, 
ELAINE. 



TIERNEY, THOMAS. 

Trumpet of the new moon; a new musical 
written by Joseph Robinette; music 
by Thomas Tierney; lyrics by Joseph 
Robinette & Thomas Tierney. 1 v. 
One act. © Thomas Tierney & Joseph 
Robinette; 24Mar71; DU79745- 

TILLER, J. W. , . , 

Dasein (To be there) 41 1. A play. 
English. © Human Resources Insti- 
tute, Inc.; 5Mar71; DU79574. 

TILLIS, MEL. 

Pastor's absent on vacation, 2 1. 
Recitation. © Cedarwood Pub. Co., 
Inc.; 3May71; C25027 . 

TIMBERG, BERNARD. 

The Jewish Bob Dylan; an unpublished 
manuscript for a sound program. 
10 1. © Bernard Timberg; 4Jan71; 
C24384. 

TINSLEY, MARY ADRIAN. 

Two biographical plays by Eugene 
O'Neill; the drafts and the final 
versions. Ann Arbor, University 
Microfilms Library Services. Micro- 
film. Thesis, Cornell University. 
Appl. authors: Mary Adrian Tinsley 
(A221118); Eugene O'Neill (A221117) 
© Mary Adrian Tinsley; 30Sep70; 
A221118. © on excerpts from unpub. 
versions of Long day's journey into 
night & A moon for the misbegotten; 



Carlotta Monterey O'Neill; 
30Sep70; A221117- 

TITONE, CHARLES. 

Seiberman prophecy; an original 
screenplay. 178 1. © Charles 
Titone; 24Feb71; DU79493. 

TOBUREN, LESLIE F. 

The pastor and marriage therapy groups. 
See WILKE, RICHARD B. 

TODD, ALBERT C, JR. 

The ethical apology for violence : 
Ours — theirs. 24 1. (Tradition, 
relevance, change) Lecture. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 12Apr71; C24833. 

TOLSTOY, LEO NIKOLAYEVICH, COUNT. 

Anna Karenina. See CARNAHAN, PETER M. 

TONDREAU, ROBERT GEORGE. 

Cousins; screenplay. 68 1. © Robert 
Tondreau; Uun71; DU80473. 

TOOMAN, CHARLES L. 

No deposit - no return; a searching 
speech. 20 1. © Family Enrichment 
Bureau; lFeb71; C24536. 

TOPPALL, LAWRENCE S. 

Now. See GOLDSMITH, MICHAEL H. 

TORR, DAVID. 

The sweet sound of love; book of a 

musical play. 1 v. Nine scenes. 

Book & lyrics only. © David Torr; 

3Feb71; DU79113- 
Five faces of Eve. 38 1. Recording 

script. © Sears, Roebuck & Co.; 

Uun71; C25332. 
Kresbuyright. 15 1- Recording 

script. Appl. ti.: Buy right. 

© S. S. Kresge Co.; 26Apr71; C24961. 

TORRES, GEORGE. 

Let's breed bettas. 7 1- Slide lec- 
ture. © George Torres; 21Jan71; 
C24428. 

TOURNEUR, CYRIL. 

Tragoedie der Raecher (The revenger's 
tragedy) Deutsch: H. C. Artmann. 
Wien, Universal Edition. 155 P- 
Five acts. NM: translation. © Uni- 
versal Edition, A.G.; 2Feb71; 
DF0-1820. 

TOUSSAINT, ALLEN. 

Would you; words & music by Allen 
Toussaint. Folder. © Marsaint 
Music, inc.; 7Jan71; C24423. 

TOWE, RONALD. 

Another autumn day; a musical play in 
one act. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 25Sep67, DU69859. NM: addi- 
tions & r€:visions. © Ronald Towe; 
21Apr71; DU79996. 
The anthracite cathedral; a drama in 
two scenes with music. 1 v. 
© Ronald Towe; 21Apr71; DU79994. 
Hustler! A musical play in one act 
with an original jazz score. 1 v. 
© Ronald Towe; 21Apr71; DU79995 . 
If there were children; a musical 
play in seven scenes. 1 v. 
© Ronald Towe; 7Jun71; DU80409. 
To beat or not to beat; or, How to 
succeed in the music business with- 
out really trying despite the fact 
that your father doesn't happen to 
be an already established recording 
star. A musical fairy tale in two 
acts. 1 v. © Ronald Towe; 15Mar71; 
DU79638. 
TRACY, GLEN RICHARD. 

The messenger. See MAGERMAN, LESLIE. 

TRADITION MUSIC CO. 

Black Hannah. See HOPKINS, SAM. 



Georgia skin game. See WHITE, BUKKA. 
Goldilocks and the bear trio. See 

HARNLEY, LESLIE. 
See about. my brother John Henry. See 

HOPKINS, SAM. 

TRAKTMAH, PEGGY SIMON. 

Cinderella; a new musical for chil- 
dren by Peggy Simon Traktman & 
hark Wright. 1 v. A play. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1959- HM: re- 
visions. © Peggy Simon & Mark 
Wright; 17Jun71; DU8055O. 

TRANAIR CORP. 

Radar weather briefing for pilots. 
Pt.1-2. Filmstrip script. Appl. 
states photos Drev. reg. 10Mar70, 
JP12000. © Tranalr Corp.; I60ct70; 
C24701. 

TREMAYNE, MARK DANA. 

Action; a play in one act. 32 1. 
© Mark Dana Tremayne; 19Jan71; 
DU79181. 

The night watch on death row; a play 
in one act. 38 1. © Mark Dana 
Tremayne; 19May71; DU80249. 

The Roman bath of Caesar's wife; 
a musical in one act. 46 1. Book 
& lyrics only. © Mark Dana 
Tremayne; 19May71; DU80248. 

A tempest in the air; a musical in one 
act. 8l. Includes lyrics for 1 
song. © Mark Dana Tremayne; 17May71; 
DU80192. 

TRICHTER, JERRY. 

William Shakespeare's Cymbeline. 
See TROKA, BOBBY. 

TRINTIGNANT, NADINE. 

Ca n'arrive qu'aux autres (It only 
happens to others) Scenario & 
realisation. l4g 1. © Les Films 13; 
10May71; DU80011. 

TROKA, BOBBY. 

William Shakespeare's Cymbeline; 
abridged, revised & new matter 
added by Bobby Troka & Jerry 
Trichter. 1 v. A musical play in 
5 acts. Book & lyrics only. NM: 
dramatization, revision & musical 
material. © Bobby Troka Sc Jerry 
Trichter; 15Apr71; DU79925. 

TU, WEI-MING. 

Confucian humanism and the self amid 
depersonalizing forces. 1 v. 
(Tradition, relevance, change) 
Lecture. © Institute for Religious 
& Social Studies; 12Apr71; C24840. 

TUDOR, OWEN GLENN. 

The lady from Miami; a one act play 
in ten scenes; written by Fay Glenn 
Coleman, pseud. 51 1. © Owen 
Glenn Tudor; 28Apr71; DU80O.78. 

TULLEN, JACOB. 

One tiger to a hill; a play by Bene- 
dict Jones, pseud. 82 1. Three 
acts. © Jacob Tullen; 20Jan71; ' 
DU79190 . 



TURNER, BILL. 

The Utopian and the scab. 
LAZARUS, LORY. 



See 



TURNER, CELIA MERRILL. 

Will-0-Way dialogue. No. 3, 7-10, 13- 
1 v. Six scripts. With music. 
© Celia Merrill Turner; 5Jan71; 
DU79025 . 

TURNER, DENNIS LANCE. 

Charlie was here and now he's gone; 
a play in two acts. 1 v. © Dennis 
Turner; 21May71; DU80273- 



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TURNER, PHILIP W. 

Madonna In concrete. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 29 p. (Baker's royalty 
plays) © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
26Apr71; DP7675 • 

TURRINI, PETER. 

Deutschlandlied hell dlr; zwel sprech- 
stucke. Austria, Universal Edition. 
31 p. © Universal Edition, A. ', .; 
9Feb71; DPO-1809. 

Faust, in. Tell; elne Komoedle, tells, 
tells. Wlen, Universal Edition. 
50 p. 44 pieces. © Universal Edi- 
tion, A.G.; 9Peb71J DFO-1811. 



TWAIN, MARK, pseud. 
SAMUEL LANGHORNE. 



See CLEMENS, 



TWA WE PUBLISHERS, INC. 
World historical plays. 
BERG, JOHAN AUGUST. 



See STRIND- 



TWEED, MARY LOU. 

The Last Supper — more than Just a 
painting. See BAUMGARTNER, 
CAROLYN P. 

TYREE, JOE W. 

Nothing but a nothing but everything. 
1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l6Nov70, IU15524. © Joe W. Tyree; 
19Apr71; C24885. 

TYSZKA, WALTER. 

Hors Brandeis. Tom, & others. 1 v. 
Six plays. Includes music & lyrics 
for 2 plays . © Walter Tyszka; 
4Jun71; DU80374 . 



u 



UBIETA, ENRIQUE LUIS. 

Columbus is coming; musical comedy, 
lyrics & music by Enrique Ubieta. 
61 1. Three acts. Spanish. Book & 
lyrics only. © Enrique Luis Ubieta; 
25Jan71; DU79054. 

UDELL, PETER. 

Purlie. See GELD, GARY. 

ULLO, NICHOLAS. 

The great society revisited; an 
original play. 21 1. One act. 
© Nicholas Ullo; 17Feb71; DP765O. 

ULTIMA PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

This stuff '11 kill yal (The Devil 

wears clodhoppers) Shooting script. 
77 1. With music. Book & lyrics 
only. © Ultima Productions, Inc.; 
3Mar71; DU79391. 

UNGERER, PHILIP D. 

Hail Harry, full of grace. See 
SCKER, JORDAN M. 

UNISTRUT CORP. 

Medium duty Unistrut cable tray sys- 
tems. See HANDY (JAM) PRODUCTIONS. 

UNISTRUT CORP. TELESPAR DIVISION. 

A new concept in sign support systems. 
See HANDY (JAM) PRODUCTIONS. 

UNIVERSAL EDITION, A.G. 

Amerika. See HAUBENSTOCK-RAMATI, 
ROMAN. 

Amo amas amat. See SLAVTK, PETER. 

Deutschlandlied heil dir. See 
TURRINI, PETER. 

Divertimento. See HAUBENSTOCK- 
RAMATI, ROMAN. 

Der ewige Gatte. See LIEBLEIN, WALTER. 

Faust, III. Teil. See TURRINI, 
PETER . ' 

Die Gartenzwerge. See ZEMME, OSKAR. 
Josef Lang, kuk. Scharfrichter. 

See DORFER, GERHARD. 
The production. See KRAHBERGER, FRANZ. 



Rais. See PEVNY, WILHELM. 
Simplex simplicius. See GOEHR, 

ALEXANDER. 
Tragoedie der Raecher. See TOURNEUR, 

CYRIL. 
Vivat.' VI vat Reglna. See BOLT, ROBERT. 
Werbung um Antigone. See ZIOGHAS, 

VASSILI . 



UNIVERSAL EDITION, A.G. 
WERBUNG UM ANTIGONE. 



See 



UNIVERSAL EDITION, A.G., ZURICH. 

Eln Stern gent auf aus Jaakob. See 
BURKHARD, PAUL. 

UNIVERSAL EDITION (LONDON) LTD. 

The sea journey. See LORD, DAVID. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. REGENTS. 
The works of John Dryden. See 
DRYDEN, JOHN. 

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS. 
Aureng-Zebe. See DRYDEN, JOHN. 

UNIVERSITY OF THE STREETS REPERTORY 
CO. 
Sickfare. See ARTIC, ROBERT. 

UPTON, THOMAS MILLER. 

One way out, by Tom Upton. 64 1. A 
play in 5 acts. © Tom Upton; 
HJan71; DU79077. 

URBINA, LOUIS. 

Flamenco funk show. See BIRD, JOHN. 

URBINA, MARCOS. 

Cabeza de piedra; un drama que trata 
de los problemas educacionales del 
estudiante Mexico-Americano. 25 1. 
Three scenes. © Marcos Urbina; 
9Jun71; DU80424. 

URDAHL, RICHARD. 

Holden; a musical comedy suggested by 
J. D. Salinger's The catcher in the 
rye. 2 v. Two acts. © Richard 
Urdahl; 17May71; DU80224. 

USSMAN, GLORIA. 

Toleration. See ROBINSON, DORSAY 
ALEXANDRIA DUJON. 



V 



VACCA, MICHELE L. 

Alice in Wonderland; an adaptation of 
Lewis Carroll's Alice's adventures 
in Wonderland & Through the looking 
glass, 49 1. Two acts. © Mlchele 
L. Vacca; 27May71; DU80166. 
Cinderella. 57 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Michele L. Vacca; l8Jun71; 
DU80555 ■ 
Pinocchio; loosely adapted from the 
children's classic, The adventures 
of Pinocchio, by C. Collodi, pseud. 
1 v. © Michele L. Vacca; 20Jan71; 
DU79192 . 
Rumplestlltskin. 42 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Michele L. Vacca; 9Feb71; 
D079357. 



VACHALEK, JOAN. 

Color games. 56 1. Lecture. © Joan 

Vachalek; 30Dec70; C24471. 
Love-loss lecture. 65 1. © Joan 

Vachalek; 17Feb71; C24622. 

VALENTINE, FOY J. 

The pastor and social concerns. 24 1. 
(Ministers tape plan, 447-115) 
Tape script. © Broadman Films; 
Uun71; C25191. 



VALGEMAE, MARDI. 
Cinderellagame. 
PAUL-BERIK. 



See RUMMO, 



VALLEJO, ANTONIO BUERO. 

El sueno de la razon; fantasia en dos 
partes. Madrid, Escelicer. 106 p. 
(Colleclon teatro, 655) © Antonio 
Buero Vallejo; 300ct70; Dl'0-l8l2. 

VALRICH, DONNA. 

Variety conversations in dialect and 
baby talk. See VALRICH, HELEN. 

VALRICH, HELEN. 

Variety conversations in dialect and 
baby talk; script by Helen Valrich 
& Donna Valrich. 5 1. © Helen 
Valrich, Donna Valrich; 15Mar71; 
C24723. 

VAN DER LEEDEN, JACQUELINE. 

Fork in the road. 66 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Jacqueline van der 
Leeden; 26Apr71; DU80026. 



VAN DIEST, NORMAN H. 

Song of Dracula; a musical comedy in 
two acts by Norman Dean, pseud. 
36 1. Appl. states based on the 
character Dracula created by Bram 
Stoker. © Norman H. Van Dlest; 
27May71; DU80313. 

VANDO, DAVID ANTHONY. 

Why can't Johnny kill? 57 1. A play. 
© David Anthony Vando; 28May71; 
DU80333 . 



VAN DYCK, JOHN MICHAEL. 

Turnus. 52 1. A musical play in 
25 scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© John Michael Van Dyck & Linda 
Ann Van Dyck; 7Jun71; DU80235. 

VAN DYCK, LINDA ANN. 

Turnus. See VAN DYCK, JOHN MICHAEL. 

VANE, NORMAN THADDEUS . 

Written in an Indian's blood; the life 
and death saga of a modern American 
Indian family; a new, original 
screenplay. 100 1. © Norman 
Thaddeus Vane; 24May71; DU80292. 

VAN HEARN, J. 

Symphony in voodoo; an original 

screenplay. 91 1. © J- Van Hearn; 
I4jun71; DU80500. 

VAN HOUTEN, ELLSWORTH C. 

The voice. 7 1. A play. ©Ellsworth 
C. Van Houten; 22Feb71; DU79453. 

VAN OSTEN, CARSON. 

Loosen up. See RUNDGREN, TODD. 

VAN ROY, CAROL. 

Basic reading, series 1; writer 

C. Van Roy. 1 v. Scripts. Appl. 

author: Ken Cook Co., employer for 

hire. © Ken Cook Co.; Uun71; 

C25200. 
Basic reading, series 2; writer 

C. Van Roy. 1 v. Scripts. Appl. 

author: Ken Cook Co., employer for 

hire. © Ken Cook Co.; 2Jun71; 

C25203 . 
Basic reading, series 3; writer 

C. Van Roy. 1 v. Scripts. Appl. 

author: Ken Cook Co., employer for 

hire. © Ken Cook Co.; Uun71; 

C25201. 

VAN SCOTT, GLORY. 

Poetic suite with music and dance on 
Sojourner Truth. 42 1. © Glory 
Van Scott; l8Mar71; C24659. 

VARGA, BOB. 

Have a grumpish holiday. See JONES, 
CLAIRE. 

VAUGHAN, JOHN WALKER. 

Assassination, I865, by Stuart 
Vaughan. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Stuart Vaughan; 4Jan71; DU78996. 



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VAUTMER, JEAN. 

Les prodiges; piece en deux parties. 
[Paris] Oallimard. 164 p. (Le Man- 
teau d'Arlequin) ©Editions Galli- 
mard; 28Feb71; DFO-l8l4. 
Romeo et Juliette. See SHAKESPEARE, 
WILLIAM. 

VELASQUES, GLAUCO. 

Enrique Blanco. See OLIVER, FIDELI. 

VELEZ DE MITCHELL, ANITA. 

La cueva llamada Ego (The cave named 
Ego) Drama musical para ninos 
grandes en tres actos por Anita 
Velez. 152 1. Libretto. © Anita 
Velez; 13Apr71; DU80075- 

VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

Falstaff, by Giuseppi Verdi; Komoedie 
in drei Akten von Arrigo Boito; neue 
deutsche Uebertragung von Hans 
Swarowsky; nach dem Autograph der 
Partitur revidiert von Mario Parent!. 
[Germany] Ricordi. 339 P. German & 
Italian. Klavierauszug. NM: German 
translation & editing. © G. Ricordi 
& C., S.P.A.; 31Dec64; DF2071. 

If your dolly wants to rigoletter. 

See QUAYLE, EDWARD. 
Die Macht des Schicksals (La forza del 
destino) By Giuseppe Verdi; Oper 
in vier Akten von Francesco Maria 
Piave; Textliche Neufassung von 
Antonio Ghislanzoni; neue deutsche 
Uebersetzung von Joachim Popelka und 
Georg C. Winkler; nach dem Autograph 
der Partitur revidiert von Mario 
Parenti . Frankfurt/Main, Ricordi . 
289 p. Klavierauszug. NM: German 
translation & editing. © G. Ricordi 
& C, S.P.A.; 31Dec63; DF2070. 
Nabucco (Nabucodonosor) By Giuseppe 
Verdi; Oper in vier Teilen von 
Temistocle Solera; deutsche Ueber- 
tragung von Kurt Honolka; nach dem 
Autograph der Partitur revidiert von 
Flavio Testi. Milano, Ricordi. 
317 p. German & Italian. Klavier- 
auszug. NM: German translation. 
© G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; 5Mar70; 
DF2079. 
Othello (Otello) By Giuseppe Verdi; 
Oper in vier Akten von Arrigo Boito; 
neue deutsche Uebertragung von Walter 
Felsenstein unter Mitarbeit von Carl 
Stueber; nach dem Autograph der Par- 
titur revidiert von Mario Parenti . 
Milano, Ricordi. 300 p. German & 
Italian. Klavierauszug. NM: German 
translation. © G. Ricordi & C, 
S.P.A.; 31Dec63; DF2080. 

Simon Boccanegra, by Giuseppe Verdi; 
Oper in einem Prolog und drei Akten 
von Francesco Maria Piave und Arrigo 
Boito; deutsche Uebertragung von 
Hans Swarowsky; nach dem Autograph 
der Partitur revidiert von Francesco 
Bellezza. Frankfurt/Main, Ricordi. 
289 P- German & Italian. Klavier- 
auszug. NM: German translation & 
editing. © G. Ricordi & C, S.P.A.; 
31Dec68; DF2076. 

VERKOUTEREN, J. ADRIAN. 

James the dragon slayer. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Based 
on Heywood Broun ' s short story 
The fifty-first dragon. Appl. 
states prev. reg. & prev. pub. 
270ct21, A627549. NM: revision, 
elaboration & dramatization with 
music. © J. Adrian Verkouteren; 
20May71; DU80318. 

VERRILL, ADDISON H. 

Employee theft. 17 1. A speech. 
© Security World Pub. Co., Inc.; 
9Feb71; C24584. 

^Hoppy^f trtp. See WELCH, FAY LINBERG. 



VIDEORAMA MUSIC CO. 

Life is a masquerade. See DE FRANCESCO, 
TAMAYO, RIO. 

VILLANI, A. ANTONY. 

The welfare lady. 32 1- A Play. 
© A. Antony Villani; 2Apr71; 
DU79826. 

VILLAURRUTIA, XAVIER. 

iEn que piensas? Mlsterio en un acta. 
Philadelphia, Center for Curriculum 
Development. 28 p. (Teatro contem- 
poraneo) NM: introd. © Center for 
Curriculum Development, Inc.; 
3May71; A?46268. 

VIRGIL, STEPHEN. 

The decision; an authentic screen- 
olav 1 v. Twenty-one scenes. 
I Stephen Virgil; 27Apr 7 l; DU8O367 . 

VIRGIL, STEPHEN E. 

Courtnie's question; a play in one act. 

7 1. Includes lyrics for 1 song. 

© Stephen E. Virgil; 29Mar71; 

DU79585. 
Within the limits; a play in one act. 

6 1. © Stephen E. Virgil; 22Feb71; 

DU79469. 

VISSER, DAVID. „ 

Goverment owned apples. 4 j?. ■■■■„_. 
A play in 2 acts. © David Visser; 
25Mar71; DU79763- 

VITALE, WILLIAM. 
Ape over Broadway. 



See HERZ, ANDREW. 



VOGEL, JULIUS, pseud. See FOGEL, 
JULIUS . 

VOISELLE, MICHAEL T. 

Peace of mind. 2 sheets. © Michael 
T. Voiselle; 30Apr71; C25048. 

VOLKSWAGEN OF AMERICA, INC. 

It's on record. Jan. 1971. 5 1- 
Script. © Volkswagen of America, 
Inc.; 8Mar71; C24692. 

VON EINEM, GOTTFRIED. 

Der Besuqh der alten Dame; oper in drei 
Akten von Gottfried von Einem; Opern- 
fassung des Textes von Friedrich 
Duerrenmatt. London, Boosey & 
Hawkes. 87 p. Libretto. NM: li- 
bretto. © Boosey & Hawkes Music 
Publishers, Ltd.; 31Dee70; DFO-I833. 

VON KLEIST, CARL ERIC. 

Archie's spectacular; an archetypal 
antimasque in one act. (In The Cue, 
winter 1971, P- 10 j eto -) ® Carl 
Eric von Kleist; 8Mar71 (in notice: 
1970); DP7625. 

VON WAYDITCH, GABRIEL. See WAYDITCH, 
GABRIEL VON. 

VON WAYDITCH, IVAN WALTER. See 
WAYDITCH, IVAN WALTER VON. 



VOS, DAVID. 

Something's afoot. 
ROBERT. 



See GERLACH, 



VU KHAC KHOAN. 

Genghis Khan; translated from Viet- 
namese by Duane E. Hauch. 64 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Duane E. 
Hauch: HDec70; DU79280. 



w 



WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION. 
The course of our. times. See 

SACHAR, ABRAM L. 
The French chef. Television scripts. 
© WGBH Educational Foundation. 
Bouillabaisse a la marseillaise. 
© 4jan71; C24386. 



Cheese and wine party. © 6Jan71; 

024424. 
Curry dinner. © HFeb71; C24610. 
Meat loaf masquerade. © llFeb71; 

C24612 . 
Strawberry souffle for dessert. 

© HFeb71; C24611. 
The whole fish story. © 28May71; 
C25189. 
WMLO RADIO, AKRON, OHIO. 

WHLO news sparks HUD investigation of 
Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority. 
See FERGUSON, EUGENE LEI . 

WACHTEL, ALBERT. 

A clean slate; a screenplay. 107 1. 
© Albert Wachtel; lFeb71; DU79272- 

WACHTEL ASSOCIATES, 

Trivia-kwiz. See WACHTEL, L. JOHN. 

WACHTEL, L.. JOHN. 

Trivia-kwiz. 11 1. Television script. 
© Wachtel Associates, Inc. Sr L. John 
Wachtel; 7May71; C25016. 

WADE, JUANITA M. 

And a little child, by Adrienne Fay, 
pseud. 34 1. A play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics for one song, Just a 
small step. © Juanita M. Wade; 
2Feb71; DU79H0. 



WADE, RICHARD H. 
Rumpelstiltskin. 

RICHARD A. 
Treasure Island. 

RICHARD A. 



See GESSNER, 
See GESSNER, 



WADSWORTH PUB. CO., INC. 

Scenes: for actors. See FEDYSZYH, 
STAN. 

WAGSTAFF, FREDERICK J:, JR. 

Graduation (The chrysalis) 20 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Frederick J. 
Wagstaff, Jr.; 19Feb71; DU79440. 



WALCOTT, DEREK. 

Dream on Monkey Mountain and other 
plays. New York, Farrar, Straus & 
Giroux. 326 p. © Derek Walcott; 
30Dec70; DP7613- 

WALDEN, WILLIAM. 

What are you doing tonight? A comedy. 
1 v. Three acts. © William 
Walden; 21Apr71; DU79986. 

WALES, CHARLES E. 

The sound of the sun. See WALES, 
SANDRA KAY. 



WALES, SANDRA KAY. 

The sound of the sun; a play in three 
acts. 72 1. © Sandra K. Wales & 
Charles E. Wales; 9Apr71; DU79881. 



WALETZKY, JOSHUA. 

Chelm, undzer shtetl, by Josh Waletzky 
& Zalmen Mlotek. 2 v. A musical 
play in 3 scenes. © Joshua Waletzky 
& Zalmen Mlotek; 6Apr71; DU79856. 

WALIN, DANIEL. 

The hostage; original screenplay. 
81 1. © Daniel Walin; 31Mar71; 
DU79804 . 



WALKER, JAMES WILLIAM. 

But come bad chance. 21 1. A play. 
© James William Walker; 8Jan71; 
DU79067. 



WALKER, JOHN HERBERT. 

The escape; a comedy-drama in one act. 
39 1. © John Herbert Walker; 
19Jan71; DU79182. 



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69 



WALKER, LYNN JONES. 

Equality for women. 1 v. (Bridging 
the gap) Lecture. © Institute for 
Religious !c Social Studies; 12Apr71; 
C24863 . 

WALKER, SCOT. See WALKER, WILLIAM 
PATRICK. 

WALKER, WILLIAM PATRICK. 

Indian winter; a play in three acts by 
Scot Walker. 28 1. © William 
Patrick Walker; 28jan71; DU79258. 

WALLACE, GERALD. 

Dwellers in the loft. 88 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Gerald Wallace; 
21Dec70; DU79^76. 
Waiting for Dicky to come. 59 1. 

A play in 2 acts. © Gerald Wallace; 
21Dec70; DU79'*77. 

WALLER, GEORGE HOBSON. 

The ladies; a 1/2 hour teleplay or a 
one-act stage play in 6 scenes. 1 v. 
© George Hobson Waller; 15Apr71; 
DU79934. 

WALLER, NOVICE B. 

A host of witnesses; a religious and 
fraternal drama. 1 v. © Novice B. 
Waller; l8jan71; C24552. 

The scarlet cord; a fraternal and re- 
ligious musical. 1 v. Book only. 
© Novice B. Waller; l8jan71; . C24551. 

WALLOCK, ROSALIE. 

Sodom and Gomorrah, two who escaped 
toilet training. 1 v. A play. 
© Rosalie Wallock; 2Apr71; DU79820. 

WALSH, MRS. DONALD E. See WALSH, 
JENNIE R. 

WALSH, JENNIE R. 

Role-playing: a decision-making game 
for coastal zone management. 1 v. 
© Jennie R. Walsh; 22Mar71; C25209. 

WALTER, LENOLA ORTHA. See KENNEDY, 
LENOLA ORTHA WALTER. 

WALTERS, DON W. 

T.H.D.; a screenplay. 142 1. © Don 
W. Walters; 10Feb71; DU79360. 

WAMNBERG, KENNETH. 

A threepenny Christmas . See LEHNER, 
STEPHEN S. 

WARD, FRED. 

Mexico, 12,000 years of history. 
14 p. Filmstrip script. © Fred 
Ward Productions, Inc.; 23Feb71; 
C24752. 

WARD (FRED) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Mexico, 12,000 years of history. See 
WARD, FRED. 

WARD, HIRAM HENRY. 

She; a comedy about God, by Hiley H. 
Ward. 70 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Hiley H. Ward; 6May71; DU80241. 

WARD, MARSHALL H. 

La grappa (The grape) Dialogue 

script. New York, Marshall H. Ward 

Productions. 91 1. English. 

© Marshall H. Ward; 28jan71; DP7579. 

WARD, SHERMAN CARL, JR. 

The permanent tourists. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Sherman Carl Ward, 
Jr.; 10Feb71; DU79365. 

WARD, WAYNE. 

The Cross and the Resurrection. 13 1. 
Sermon. © Broadman Films; 18Jun71; 
C25237 . 

WARGELIN, RAYMOND ALVAR. 

Playful Grace. 21 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Raymond Alvar Wargelin; 
26Apr71; DU80023. 



WARHOL, ANDY. 

Pork; a play. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Hasart Films, Ltd.; 4May71; 
DU80097 • 

WARREN, HERRICK S. 

Captain Hippy, U.S. Army. 71 1. 

A screenplay. © Herrlck S. Warren; 
21Jun71; DU8O57?. 

WARREN, ROD. 

This is a recording. 1 v. Script. 
Appl. authors: Rod Warren, Jim Rusk 
& Warren Burton. © Omnipotent Pub. 
Co.; 10May71; C24982. 

WARREN, TROY. 

Clarinet lessons. No. 1-8. 55 1. 
(New dimensions in sound and 
thought) Eight tape scripts. © In- 
stitute of Music & Motivation, Inc.; 
l4jan71; C24486. 

WATERS, ROSE A. 

Great mysteries of life; an original 
story. 30 1. A screenplay. 
© Rose A. Waters; l6Jun71; DU80516. 

WATKINS, GORDON R. 

Jockey. 270 1. Screenplay. 
© Gordon R. Watkins; 29Apr71; 
DU79923. 

WATKINS, SAMUEL LESLIE. 

Ain't that a damn shame?! 15 1. 
A play. © Samuel Leslie Watkins; 
4Jan71; DU78998. 

WATSON, DIANA M. 

Tree fantasy; script by Diana Watson 
& Steve J. Postal. 13 1. Screen- 
play. © Diana M. Watson & Steve J. 
Postal; 13May71; DU80164. 

WATTS, CURTIS RANDOLPH. 

Terence Tellus; screenplay. 107 1. 
© Curtis Randolph Watts; 10May71; 
DU80137 • 

WATTS, WENDELL. 

Jiminie, the Christmas tree; words & 
music by Wendell Watts, music by 
Lois E. Mason Holmes. 1 v. A play. 
© Cremona Music & Poncello Music; 
HDec70; DU79023. 

WAWRZYNIAK, CHARLES MACEY. 

Millions of Americas. Sheet. 

© Charles Macey Wawrzyniak; 5Apr71; 
C24731- 

WAYDITCH, GABRIEL VON. 

Jesus before Herod; libretto of the 
opera; translation by the composer's 
son, Ivan Walter v. Wayditch. 
1 v. One act. English & Hungarian. 
© Ivan Walter von Wayditch; 24May71; 
DU80474. 

WAYDITCH, IVAN WALTER VON. 

Jesus before Herod. See WAYDITCH, 
GABRIEL VON. 

WAYMAN, ALEX. 

Buddhism and violence. 1 v. (Tradi- 
tion, relevance, change) Lecture. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 12Apr71; C24829. 

WAYNE, DOROTHY, pseud. See WIENER, 
DOROTHY. 

WEAVER, NEAL. 

The cure; a play in two acts. 87 1. 
© Neal Weaver; 19Jan71; DU79235- 

WEBB PUB. CO. AGRICULTURAL SERVICES. 
The American way; slide set script. 
16 1. © American Oil Co.; 25Feb71; 
C24730. 



WEBBER, ANDREW LLOYD. 

Jesus Christ Superstar; a rock opera. 
Lyrics by Tim Rice, music by Andrew 
Lloyd Webber. [U.S.A.] Leeds Music. 
64 p. Musical excerpts, complete 
libretto. © Leeds Music, Ltd.; 
15Dec70; DP7618. 
Jesus Christ superstar; a rock opera 
by Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice. 
[Great Britain] Leeds Music & Norrle 
Paramor Music. 1 v. Libretto. MM: 
additions. © Leeds Music, Ltd.; 
I60ct70; DF2066. 
Jesus Christ superstar; a rock opera 
by Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice. 
313 1. Vocal score. Appl. states 
prev. reg. & pub. 1969 & 1970. MM: 
additional music. © Leeds Music, 
Ltd.; 20Apr71; DU79703. 

WEBBER, GEORGE W. 

New dimensions of vocation. 43 1. 
(New concepts of the minister's 
role -- new forms of community life) 
Lecture. © Institute for Religious 
& Social Studies; 12Apr71; C24842. 

WEBER, CARL MARIA VON. 

Euryanthe; opera in three acts; 

libretto by Helmina von Chezy; music 
by Carl Maria von Weber; English 
translation by Maria Nunberg. 28 p. 
German & English. NM: English 
translation. © on translation; 
Maria Nunberg; 23Mar71; DP7639. 

WEBSTER, TONY. 

Solitary; a play in 2 acts. 1 v. 
© Tony Webster; 9Jun71; DU80419. 

WEDEKIND, FRANK. 

Fruehlings erwachen; eine Kinder- 
tragoedie; edited by Margaret Sander. 
Waltham, Mass., Ginn. 136 p. Four 
acts. NM: Introd., topics for dis- 
cussion, notes, vocabulary & bibli- 
ography. © Ginn & Co.; 8jan71: 
A241498. 

WEGENDT, MRS. JERRY. 

Dr. Law & the ailing clubwoman. See 
BREVARD PARLIAMENTARY LAW UNIT. 

WEHRLE, CLARE L. 

East of needles and north of the stars. 
83 1. A play in 2 aits. © Clare L. 
Wehrle; 26Mttr71; DU79776. 

WEIL, RENEE. 

The view from the terrace; a tragedy 
in two acts by Renee Wilde, pseud. 
39 1. © Renee Wilde; 5Feb71; 
DU79333 • 

WEILAND, ALICE CARTER. 

The yoke; a play with music; book, 
lyrics & music by Alice Weiland. 
1 v. Two acts. © Alice Carter 
Weiland; 3May71; DU79964. 

WEINBERGER, JONATHAN LAWRENCE. 
Samsara; an original screenplay. 
■33 1. © Jonathan Lawrence 
Weinberger; 22Apr71; DU80005. 

WEINBERGER (JOSEF) G.M.B.H. 

Antonia. See KALMAN, CHARLES. 
Die Jungfrau von Paris. See 
SCHROEDER, FRIEDRICH. 

WEINBERGER, MICHAEL S. 

Love and the unemployment line. See 
LICHTMAN, PAUL B. 

WEINE, MAX G. 

True to all seven. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Max G. Welne; 13May71; 
DU80159. 

WEINMAN, MARJORIE. See COLLINS, 

MARJORIE WEINMAN. 
WEINSTEIN, IRA. 

The frog hater who played Groucho 
Marx. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Ira Welnstein; 14Jun71; DU80495. 



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WEINTRAUB, JAKE. 

Welcome home Mardy, by Janet Ginn, 
pseud. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Jane Weintraub; 22Apr71; DU80001. 

WEINTRAUB, STANLEY. 

Saint Joan. See SHAW, GEORGE 
BERNARD. 

WEISE, ALICE S. 

Juggernaut; a new play in two acts by 
A. S. Weise. 1 v. © Alice Weise; 
HJun71; DU80484. 

WEISMAN, MARTHA. 

Benedicta; a screenplay by Marcia 
Weston, pseud; based on the story, 
The monk & the hangman's daughter, 
by Ambrose Beirce [i.e., Bierce] 
77 1. © Martha Weisman; 9Mar71; 
DU79396. 
The pied piper; an original screenplay, 
lyrics & music by Marcia Weston, 
pseud. 1 v. Appl. states songs 
prev. reg. 12Dec68, EU89415. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Martha 
Weisman; 4Feb71; DU79143. 

WEITZMAN, DORIS. 

The nudist; a comedy by Rebecca 
Hughes. 117 1. Three acts. 
© Rebecca Hughes; 28Apr71; DU80047. 

WELCH, PAY LINBERG. 

Hoppy's trip, by Fay Welch, Amburn 
Power & Roberta Vest. 21 1. A 
play in 5 scenes . © Fay Welch, 
Amburn Power & Roberta Vest; 
21May71; DU80282. 

WELD, RICHARD P. 

Introduction to electrical discharge 
machining. 10 1. Slide script. 
© Howard & Smith, Inc.; 25Mar71; 
C24778. 

WELLES, JAMES FREDERIC. 

UFO; a musical. 24 1. A play in 
2 acts. © James Welles; l4jun71; 
DU80492 . 

WELLES, ORSON. 

The trial; a film by Orson Welles; 
English translation & description of 
action by Nicholas Fry. New York 
[appl. states: England] Simon & 
Schuster. 176 p. (Modern film 
scripts) Translation of Le proces. 
Appl. author: Lorrimer Pub., Ltd., 
employer for hire of translator. 
© on translation & description of 
action; Lorrimer Pub., Ltd.; 7May70; 
AF32701. 

WELLS, KATIE. 

Spot-light on the human race in the 
new world, by Katie Wells & Thomas 
Wells. 35 1. © Katie Wells & 
Thomas Wells; 7Apr71; C24725. 

WELLS, THOMAS. 

Spot-light on the human race in the 
new world. See WELLS, KATIE. 

WERBUNG UM ANTIGONE, eine abendfullende 
Jause von Hans Georg Behr. [Austria] 
Universal Edition. 76 p . © Univer- 
sal Edition, A.G.; 20Jan69; DFO-I67O. 
(See also Zioghas, Vassili; 30Mar70; 
DF2083) 

WERNER, STANLEY A . , JR . 

Froggie. See DODDS, ANDY. 

WERTENBAKER, LAEL. 

A cock to Asclepius; based on Opera- 
tion Gadfly, an educational project 
conceived & directed by Bramwell 
Fletcher. 1 v. Documentary drama 
in 2 acts. © Lael Wertenbaker & 
Bramwell Fletcher; l8jan71; DU79012. 

WESLEY, RICHARD. 

Ace boon coon; a fix. 1 v. Two 
scenes. © Richard Errol Wesley; 
19Apr71; DU79971. 



WEST, VICTOR C. 

Integrated communication systems for 
security. 9 1. A discussion. 
© Security World Pub. Co., Inc.; 
9Feb71; C24591. 

WESTENG, CLENNIE. 

Like my dad says. Sheet. Recitation. 
© Clennie Westeng; 5Feb71; C24547 . 

WESTER, HARRY. 

We need an expert; a musical play. 
Music by Harry Wester, book & lyrics 
by George Dodson. 38 1. Three acts. 
© George Dodson & Harry Wester; 
19May71; DU80251. 

WESTERN COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

The swindlers. Program no. 1-20. 
20 v. Twenty radio scripts. 
© Western Communications, Inc.; 
21Jun71; C2533 1 *. 

WESTERN MINERALS, INC. 

Grand Canyon, a simulated field trip. 
See MOORE, CARLETON. 

WESTINGHOUSE LEARNING CORP. 

The relevance of sound, an audio 

approach to phonetic and structural 
analysis. See C00LIDGE, FRANCES. 

WESTON, MARCIA, pseud. See WEISMAN, 
MARTHA. 

WESTPHAL, ERIC. 

Toi et tes nuages; comedie dramatique 
en deux actes. 113 1. © Eric 
Westphal; 4Mar71; DU79845. 

WEXLEY, JOHN. 

Inquest. See FREED, DONALD. 

WHITE, BUKKA. 

Georgia skin game. Sheet. © Tradi- 
tion Music Co.; 21Jun71; C25293. 

WHITE, ERNESTINE. 

The sound of Eck. See HALD, MARY. 

WHITE, GARRY MICHAEL. 

Scarecrow. 114 1. Screenplay. 
© Garry Michael White; 21Apr71; 
DU80082. 

WHITEHEAD, PAXTON. 

There's one in every marriage. See 
GROSSMAN, SUZANNE. 

WHITEHEAD, PETER. 

Pierrot le fou. See GODAKD, 
JEAN- LUC. 

WHITEN, BENNIE E., JR. 

An urban church: Black theology. 
25 1. (New concepts of the minis- 
ter' s role -- new forms of commu- 
nity life) Lecture. © Institute 
for Religious & Social Studies; 
12Apr71; C24852. 

WIENER, DOROTHY. 

The phone call; an original story; 
narrative, dialogue and lyrics by 
Dorothy Wayne, pseud. 12 1. 
© Dorothy Wayne; l6Apr71; C24769. 

WIENER, HUGO. 

Antonia. See KALMAN, CHARLES. 

WIEZYCKI, JOSEPH L. , JR., III. 

Willy's gone. ' See LOCKWO0D, LEON. 

WIGGIN, KATE DOUGLAS. 

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. See 
HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 



WILBUR, RICHARD. 

The school for wives. 
JEAN BAPTISTE. 



See POQUELIN, 



WILCK, SIDNEY J. 

Music in the humanities cassette tape 
system. 1 v. Script. © Sidney 
Wilck; 26Apr71; C24B80. 



WILDE, OSCAR. 

De profundis. See ERSKIHE, CHESTER. 

Five major plays. Hew York, Alrmont 
Pub. Co. 320 p. (Classics series, 
CL208) Appl. authors: N. R. Teitel, 
lntrod. & Alrmont Pub. Co., Inc., 
art work. © on art work & introd.; 
Alrmont Pub. Co., Inc.; 15May70; 
A220262. 

Der sechste Sinn. See JARAY, HANS. 

WILDE, RENEE, pseud. See WEIL, RE 

WILHEM, RICHARD. 

The making of a wise man. See 
ISKER, KATHLEEN. 

WILKE, RICHARD B. 

The pastor and marriage therapy 
groups, by Richard B. Wilke with 
Leslie F. Toburen, Marshall P. 
Stanton & Donald D. O'Hara. 1 v. 
Six lectures. © Family Enrichment 
Bureau; 25Jun71; C25371. 

WILKES, ED. 

Mississippi talkin'. 
JERRY. 



See CLOWER, 



WILKS, PETER Y. 

The enemy; a war-time love story; a 
play in one act. 7 1. © Peter Y. 
Wilks; 25Feb71; DU79502. 
The long-game merfy. 17 1. A play. 

© Peter Y. Wilks; 25Feb71; DU79503. 
The soul of Willy. 28 1. A play. 

© Peter Y. Wilks; 22Feb71; DU79318. 
Space brother. 40 1. A play. 

© Peter Y. Wilks; 25Feb71; DU79501. 

WILLETT, JOHN. 

Bertolt Brecht: collected plays. See 

BRECHT, BERTOLT. 

WILLIAMS, COLIN W. 

Assessing and transmitting theological 
resources. 35 1. (New concepts of 
the minister's role — new forms of 
community life) Lecture. © Insti- 
tute for Religious & Social Studies; 
12Apr71; C24855. 

WILLIAMS, HOWARD. . 

The descendants of Shakespeare. 53 1. 
A play. © Howard Williams; 10Feb71: 
DU79373- 

WILLIAMS, MICHAEL R. 

The song man. Sheet. Monolog. 
© Michael R. Williams; Uun71; 
C25335- 

WILLINGHAM, FORREST JOSEPH. 

Author! Author! A new play. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Forrest Joseph 
Willingham; 26Apr71; DU80242. 

WILMORE, DOUGLAS W. 

The treatment of burns; a Drogram 

prepared & given by Douglas Wilmore. 

Pt.l: Initial care. 10 1. 

© Douglas Wilmore; 15Mar71; C24736. 

WILSON, CHARLES R. 

Planning. 20 1. Lecture. © Insti- 
stute for Religious & Social Studies: 
12Apr71; C24843. 

WILSON, JAMES HOWARD. 

Seven throats in a tunnel of wire 
grass; another of one too many plays 
in two acts, a post pop play for 
whatever comes next. 15 1. © James 
Howard Wilson; 7Jan71; DU79048. 

WILSON, IANFORD. 

Lemon sky; a play. New York, Hill & 
Wang. 115 p. (A Spotlight drama- 
book) Three acts. © Lanford Wilson; 
25Mar71 (in notice: 1970); DP7628. 

WILSON, MARGARET A. 

Household workers and food and 

nutrition pathways. 8 1. Lecture. 
© American Dietetic Assn.; 3Jun71; 
C25204. 



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WILSON, PAGE HEDDEN. 

The adventures of Kit Fox; a puppet 
play for children. 8 1. Book only. 
© Page Hedden Wilson; 20Apr71; 
DU79828. 
The elephant takes a hath; an adapta- 
tion of a Burmese folktale. 10 1. 
A musical play in 6 scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. © page Hedden Wilson; 
20Apr71; DU79830. 
Gray squirrel's birthday party; a pup- 
pet play for children by Page 
Hedden Wilson & Charlotte Anthony 
Sabo. 1 v. Includes music for 1 
song. © Page Hedden Wilson & 
Charlotte Anthony Sabo; 20Apr71: 
DU79827. 
Kit Fox, keeper of the cactus; a pup- 
pet play for children by Page 
Hedden Wilson & Charlotte Anthony 
Sabo. 9 1. Book & lyri s only. 
© Page Hedden Wilson & charlotte 
Anthony Sabo; 20Apr71; DU79829. 
Koala bears' quarrel; a puppet play 
for children. 5 1. © Page Hedden 
Wilson; 3Mar71; DU79543. 

WTLTSE, DAVID. 

Passing through; a screenplay. 138 1. 
© Watson Sharp James; 2oApr71; 
DU80042. 

WINDAU, KRISTIN. 

Pimping time. 14 1. A play in 4 
scenes. © Kristin Windau; 
Uun71; DU80355. 
Stranger to himself. 28 1."' A play. 
©Kristin (B. J.) Windau; 22Apr71; 
DU80000 . 

WINDAU, KRISTIN BETTY JANE. 

Coin' down man. 11 1. A play. 

© Kristin Betty Jane Windau; 8jun71; 
DU80416. 

WINDSOR, ELAINE GARRISON. 

Pingazoo choreography. Designed to 
be used with the musical show Pinga- 
zoo, by Winifred Schramm. Schulen- 
burg, Tex., Stage Magic Plays. 
29 1- © Elaine G. Windsor; 83ep70; 
DP7530. 

WING, LUCIE LEE. 

The scandalous Mrs. Jack; a musical 
fiction. Words & music by Lee Wing, 
book by Mary Mack. 115 1. Two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Lucie 
Lee Wing; 27Apr71; DU80263 . 

WINGATE, GIFFORD W. 

The frog with a prince in his throat; 
a musical farce for children and 
adults. 38 1. Two scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. © Gifford W. Wingate; 
15Apr71; DU79935. 

WINKLER, ANTHONY C. 

The love story of Paolo and Franches- 
ca. 86 1. © Anthony C. Winkler; 
24jun69; DP7558. 



WINKLER, GEORG C. 

Die Macht des Schicksals. 
VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 



See 



WINTER, NICHOLAS. 

You're high! (A little night music) 
Book & lyrics by Nicholas Winter. 
56 1. A screenplay. Book & lyrics 
only. © Nicholas Winter; 15Jun71; 
DU80391. 

WISBERG, AUBREY. 

According to reliable sources; origi- 
nal screenplay. 140 1. (S Aubrey 
Wisberg; 5Apr71; DU79849. 

WISDOM, DANIEL DEE. 

Lucifer, Prince of Hell. 1 v. A 
play in 9 acts. © Daniel Dee Wis- 
dom; 26May71; DU803O3 . 



WISE, CHARLES CONRAD, JR. 

Ruth and Naomi; libretto for a grand 
opera in three acts. Verona, Va., 
McClure Press. 57 p. © Charles C. 
Wise, Jr.; lApr71; DP7661. 

WITT, JOCELYN. 

Laughter makes the world go 'round. 
37 1. A. play in 3 acts. © Jocelyn 
Witt; 8jun71; DU8o4ll. 

WITTLIN, THADDEUS A. 

The avenger; a one-act play; adapted 
from a short story of the same name 
by Anton Chekhov. 17 1. NM: drama- 
tization &■ additions. © Thaddeus 
Wittlin; 13Apr71; DU79710. 

WITTMAN, MALCOLM. 

A wrench in the monkey works. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. lMar71, DU79525. NM: re- 
visions & additions. © Malcolm 
Wittman; 26May71; DU80298. 
A wrench in the monkey works, woiks, 
woyks, owyx, yx. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l4Apr70, DU76919. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Malcolm Wittman; 
lMar71; DU79525- 

WOHLBRUECK, WILHELM AUGUST. 
Hans Helling. See MARSCHNER. 
HEINRICH. 

WOLFE, WYNN. 

Visual aids & saids. 144 1. © Wynn 
Wolfe; 20ct70; C24526. 

W0LFS0N, MANFRED. 

The anti-Hitler resistance revisited: 
a group portrait of the German res- 
cuers of Jews in the Nazi era. 
10 1. Lecture. © Manfred Wolf son; 
6jan71; C24426. 

WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OF THE SAN ANTONIO 
BAR ASSN. 

The land of Zareba. See BONOFF, 
SUSAN. 

WONDER WAYS PRODUCTIONS. 

The buried moon. See MCCLOUD, 
MAUREEN. 

WOOD, JAMES DAVID. 

The last take; an original screenplay. 
172 1. © James D. Wood; 6jan71; 
DU79031 . 



WOOD, JEFFERY HARRAH STAIR. 

A cottage for the executioner. 51 1- 
Screenplay. © Jeffery Harrah Stair 
Wood; 230ct70; DU79344. 



WOOD, WARD. 

You pay the piper. 
PHILLIP E. 



See PINE, 



WOOD, WILLIAM A. 

Freedom of speech and of the press. 
1 v. (Bridging the gap) Lecture. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 12Apr71; C24849. 

WOODALL, JAMES. 

Harry Chamburs . 44 1. A screenplay. 
© James Woodall; l4jun71; DU80488. 

WOODS, GAIL MARJORIE. 

How to find a cause without getting 
involved; a musical play by Michael 
G. Brock & music by Gayle Woods. 
2 v. One act. © Michael G. Brock 
& Gail Woods; 22Mar71; DU79717. 

WOODSUM, HARVEY. 

Breakdown; by H. Woodsum & S. Desmond. 
A play in 8 scenes. © Harvey 
Woodsum & Steve Desmond; 15Apr71; 
DU79929. 

WOODWARD, GREER. See SUCKE, GREER 
WOODWARD. 



WOOLMAN, CLAUDE. 

The swan song, by Anton Chekof; Claude 
Woolman's adaptation. 10 1. A play. 
NM: adaptation. © CineRep Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 6May71; DU79937. 

WORTH (MARVIN) PRODUCTIONS. 
Lenny. See BARRY, JULIAN. 

WORTHY (R. B.) FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS 
OF AMERICA CLUB. See FUTURE BUSINESS 
LEADERS OF AMERICA CLUB, R. B. WORTHY 
HIGH SCHOOL, SALTVILLE, VA. 

WRIGHT, CHARLES. 

Express yourself II. Sheet. © Music 
Power; l8jun71; C25218. 

WRIGHT, MARK. 

Cinderella. See TRAKTMAN, PEGGY 
SIMON. 

WRIGLEY, BRUCE H. 

The dynamics of the human resource. 
21 1. NM: additions S: revisions. 
© Bruce H. Wrigley; 22Jan71; 
C24608. 

WRINKLE, pseud. See BUCHANAN, GEORGE 
RICHARD. 

WROBLESKI, EDWARD D. 

I don't act. 2 sheets. Radio script. 
© Franciscan Communications Center; 
23Jun71; C25352. 

It don't pay the bills. 2 sheets. 
Radio script. © Franciscan Communi- 
cations Center; 23Jun71; C25354. 

Kiss your radio. 2 sheets. Radio 
script. © Franciscan Communications 
Center; 23Jun71; C25353. 

WYATT, ANN. 

What price X-mas? By Ann Wyatt & 
Adelaide McLeod. Downers Grove, 
111., Contemporary Drama Service. 
11 p. Appl. author: Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc . : 15Nov70 ; 
DP7545. 

WYDALLIS, STANLEY. 

A time of twilight; a comedy-drama in 
three acts by Stan Wydallis. 121 1. 
© Stanley Wydallis; 5Apr71; DU79951. 

WYLER, WILSON, pseud. See LIPSCHUTZ. 
PAUL. ' 

WYMAN, JASON. 

I've had it with Napoleon. See 
GODFREY, JASON. 

WYOMING DIVERSIFIED. 

The window. See JAMES, J. FRANK. 



X 



XEROX CORP. 
Briefhand: 
program. 
© Xerox 

Effective 
systems 
script. 
C25034 . 

Effective 
systems 
script. 
C25035 . 



I a Xerox learning systems 

49 1. Tape script. 
Corp.; 10May71; C25033 . 

notetaking; a Xerox learning 
program. 104 1. Tape 
© Xerox Corp.; 10May71; 

reading; a Xerox learning 
program. 94 1. Tape 
© Xerox Corp.; 10May71; 



YAFFE, STEPHEN HARRY. 

Preface; or, Deja vu. 40 1. A play. 
© Stephen Harry Yaffe; 22Feb71; 
01179^59 . 



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YAHYA, ABDU-RASCHID. 

The evolution of the black man through 
music, by Abdu-Raschld Yahya & 
Rabl'ah Al-Hahyah Yahya. 4 1. 
© Abdu-Raschld Yahya & Rabl'ah 
Al-Hahyah Yahya; 2Jun71; C25295. 

YAHYA, RABI'AH AL-HAHYAH. 

The evolution of the black man 
through music. See YAHYA, 
ABDU-RASCHID. 

YALMAN, TUNC. 

The liar. See GOLDONI, CARLO. 

YANCEY, BERT. 

The evolution of the modern golf 

swing; a one hour television special 
prepared by Bert Yancey, Jim Flick, 
Bill Strausbaugh & Roger Hermanson 
in cooperation with Sports Interna- 
tional. 19 1. © James Flick, Roger 
H. Hermanson, & William Strasbaugh; 
l8Feb71; C24627 . 

YANNI, EUGENE R. 

Friends. 1 v. A play. © Eugene 

Yanni; 26Apr71; DU79900. 
Relations. 51 1. A play. © Eugene 

Yanni; Uun71; DU80472. 
The sisters-in-law. 78 1. A play. 
© Eugene Yanni; 15Mar71; DU79706. 

YODER, PAULINE. 

Let's visit kindergarten. 3 v. Two 
filmstrip scripts. Contents: 
Pt.1-2: A typical day. — Methods and 
techniques for bringing about learn- 
ing experiences. © Pauline Yoder; 
4May71; C24971. 

YORK, ELINOR CAMPBELL, pseud. See 
HUMPHREY, CAVADA. 

YORRA, MYRON SETH. 

Don ' t look back, the Furies follow; a 
retelling of the Electra story, 
after Sophocles. 107 1. Five 
scenes. © Myron Seth Yorra; 15Apr71; 
DP7658 . 

YOUNG, CALVIN KNOX, pseud. See PURYEAR, 
BRONSON LEE. 

YOUNG, CARYL GABRIELLE, pseud. See 
MCEWEN, CARYL. 

YOUNG, CLARENCE, III. 

The system. 14 1. A play. 
© Clarence Young III; 3Mar71; 
DU79541. 



YOUNG, DONALD JORDEN. 

The destruction of Monastery 9- 1 ''• 
A play in 8 scenes. © Donald Jorden 
Young; 4May71; DU8OO98. 

YOUNG, DOUGLAS M. 

The ceremony of the soups; a fantasy 
in one act. 43 1. © Douglas M. 
Young; l8Jun71; DU8055 1 *- 

YOUNG, TIM. 

New York comix; conceived 4 written by 
Tim Young & Gene Heimlich. 1 v. 
Screenplay. © Tim Young & Gene 
Heimlich; l4Apr71; DU79705. 

YOUNGER, GEORGE D. 

Christian selfless action and urban 
relocation. 26 1. (Tradition, 
relevance, change) Lecture. 
© Institute for Religious lc Social 
Studies; 12Apr71; C24836. 



ZABOJI, STEVEN B. 

[Radio and television commercial] 
Script no.71-l--71-6. 6 1. Appl. 
authors: Steven B. Zaboji & Robert 
E. Mcftuiston. ©Crocks, Inc.; 
9Jun71; C25180-25177, 25175-25176. 



ZARTMAN, LINDA. 

Behalf of the laugh. 



See DIAS, SUSAH. 



ZAK, TESSIE, pseud. 
MARY C. 



See ZAKRZEWSKI, 



ZAKRZEWSKI, MARY C. 

The soul of Marie, by Tessie Zak, 
pseud. 172 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Mary C. Zakrzewski; 19Apr71; 
DU80131 . 

ZAKSENBERG, SHALOM. 

The square triangle; an original play 
in three acts for stage or televi- 
sion. 125 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 9Jul68, DU71947. NM: revision. 
© Shalom Zaksenberg; 23Feb71; 
DU79487 . 

ZANKEL, HARRY T. 

M-for -medicare day; a play in three 
acts. New York, Carlton Press. 
96 p. (A Geneva book) © Harry T. 
Zankel; 7Dec70; A211407. 

ZAPEL, OWEN A. 

Individual management development pro- 
gram; text of lecture series. Phase 
1-9, by Frank Hardesty, pseud. 9 v. 
© Owen A. Zapel; 5Mar71; C24690. 



ZAVIDOWSKY, BERNARD. 

Encounter; a three-act play. 1 v. 
Bernard Zavidowsky; l4May71; 
DU80208. 

ZEDDA, ALBERTO. 

Der Barbler von Sevilla. See 

ROSSINI, GIOACCHINO. 
II barbiere di Siviglia. See ROSSINI, 
GIOACCHINO. 

ZELL, F. 

Die Jungfrau von Paris. See 
SCHROEDER, FRIEDRICH. 

ZEMME, OSKAR. 

Die Gartenzwerge; ein Puppenspiel 
von Menschen dargestellt als Farce. 
Wien, Universal Edition. 128 d. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; 24May71; 
DFO-1832. 

ZETTEL, ANTON. 

Josef Lang, kuk. Scharfrichter. 
See DORFER, GERHARD. 

ZIAS, JOSEPH FRANCIS, JR. 

Party! A musical drama; book & lyrics 
by Joseph Zias, music composed by 
Jeremy Young. 100 1. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Joseph 
Francis Zias, Jr.; I8jun71; DU80434. 

ZIMMERMAN, HOWARD. 

Renaissance crucifixion. 30 1- 
A play in 3 acts. © Howard 
Zimmerman; 25Mar71; DU79762. 

2INS, CELINE. 

Le borgne est roi. 
CARLOS. 



See FUENTES, 



ZIOGHAS, VASSILI. 

Werbung um Antigone; eine abend- 

fuellende Jause. Adaption von Hans- 
Georg Behr. [Austria] Universal 
Edition. 76 p. © Universal Edi- 
tion, A.G.; 30Mar70; DF2083. (See 
also Werbung um Antigone; 20Jan69; 
DFO-1670) 

ZOELLNER, PETER LEE. 

Jack-in-the-box. See JAEGER, JACOB. 

ZOLLWEG, AILEEN. 

Is God living in San Francisco? A 
dramatic composition of a prologue 
& three acts by Ellen Farraday, 
pseud. 1 v. © Aileen Zollweg; 
l4jun71; DU80489. 



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A list of dramas and works prepared for oral delivery for which renewal registrations 
were made during the period covered by this issue. Arrangement is alphabetical 
under the name of the author or under the title. Information relating to both the 
original and renewal registration is included in each entry. References from the 
names of contributing authors, claimants, and from variant forms of names are 
interfiled. 



ABBA, MARTA. See MILLIKEN, MARTA ABBA. 



ADAIR, Y. D. 

Mr. Beane from Lima. 
JAY. 

ADDINSELL, RICHARD. 
Lion and the unicorn. 
WINIFRED. 



See TOBIAS, 



See ASHTON, 



AKENS, ZOE. See RUMBOLD, ZOE AKINS. 

ANDEBSON, ALAN. 

The Greeks remember marathon. See 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. 
Letter to Jackie. See ANDERSON, 

MAXWELL. 
Storm operation. See ANDERSON, 
MAXWELL. 

ANDERSON, GILDA OAKLEAF. 

The Greeks remember marathon. See 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. 
Letter to Jackie. See ANDERSON, 

MAXWELL. 
Storm operation. See ANDERSON, 
MAXWELL. 

ANDERSON, HESPER. 

The Greeks remember marathon. See 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. 
Letter to Jackie. See ANDERSON, 

MAXWELL. 
Storm operation. See ANDERSON, 
MAXWELL. 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. 

The Greeks remember marathon; a radio 
play. © 19Apr44; D88669. Gilda 
Oakleaf Anderson (W) , Alan Anderson, 
Terence Anderson, Quentin Anderson 8c 
Hesper Anderson (C); 20Apr71; 
R5 04754 • 
Letter to Jackie. (In The best one- ■ 
act plays of 1945) © HApr44; 
D88766. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson (W) , 
Alan Anderson, Terence Anderson, 
Quentin Anderson & Hesper Anderson 
(C); 20Apr71; R504755- 
Storm operation; a play in prologue, 
two acts Sc an epilogue. © 20Jun44; 
D89747. Gilda Oakleaf Anderson 
(W) , Alan Anderson, Terence Ander- 
son, Quentin Anderson Sc Hesper 
Anderson (C); 22Jun71; R507885. 



ANDERSON, QUENTIN. 

The Greeks remember matathon. See 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. 
Letter to Jackie. See ANDERSON, 

MAXWELL. 
Storm operation. See ANDERSON, 
MAXWELL. 

ANDERSON, TERENCE. 

The Greeks remember marathon. See 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. 
Letter to Jackie. See ANDERSON, 

MAXWELL. 
Storm operation. See ANDERSON, 
MAXWELL. 

ARTHUR, BOB. 

Kidnapped for sale. See THE RETURN 
OF NICK CARTER. 

ARTHUR, ERIC. 

For works by Eric Arthur See THE 
SHADOW. 

ARTHUR, ROBERT. 

The case of the avenging brain. See 

THE SHADOW. 
The case of the immortal beauty. See 

THE SHADOW. 
Death to the Shadow. See THE SHADOW. 

ASHTON, WINIFRED. 

Lion and the unicorn; by Clemence 
Dane, pseud. © 2Feb44; D86805 . 
Olwen Bowen-Davies, Richard Addin- 
sell 8c Stanley Gorrie (E); 4Jun71; 
R506995 • 

AUSTEN, JANE. 

Emma. See LINDSAY, JOHN. 



B 



BARRANTH, JEAN LOUIS. 
Le Soulier de satin. 
PAUL. 



See CLAUDEL, 



BATSON, GEORGE. 

Doctor has a daughter; a comedy in 
three acts. © 230ct43; D86734. 
George Batson (A); 22Jan71; R499299- 

BEESLEY, DOROTHY GLADYS. 

Lovers and friends; a comedy in 3 acts 
by Dodie Smith, pseud. © 24Jul43; 
D84935. Dorothy Gladys Beesley (A); 
12Mar71; R502021. 



BEHRMAN, S. N. 

Jacobowsky and the Colonel; a play in 
three acts, based on a play of the 
same title by Franz Werfel. 
© 25Jan44; D86716. S. N. Behrman 
(A); 28Jan71; R499222. 

BEIN, ALBERT. 

Love and the census taker: a comedy 
in three acts. © 26Apr44; D88648. 
Albert Bein (A); 5May71; R505431 . 



BENNETT, DOROTHY. 
BENNETT. 



See HANNAH, DOROTHY 



BENTHAM, JOSEPHINE. 

Janie; a comedy in three acts by 
Josephine Bentham & Herschel Wil- 
liams. © 8Jan44; D85737 ■ Josephine 
Bentham 8c Herschel Williams (A); 
4Jun71; R50699^- 

BERKEY, RALPH. 

The double disguise. See THE RETURN 

OF NICK CARTER. 
The unwilling accomplice. See 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 
The West Street Dock murders. See 
THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 

BESTER, ALFRED. 

The drums of death. See THE RETURN 

OF NICK CARTER. 
The horoscope murders. See THE 

RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 

BLANKENSHIP, CATHERINE. 

Murder is fun. © 22Nov43; D86062. 
Catherine Blankenship (A); 17Feb71; 
R500626. 
Murder is fun! © 22Nov43; D86062. 
Catherine Blankenship (A); 19Feb71; 
R501344. 

BLOOM, URSULA. 

A paymaster in every family. 

© 20Aug43; D90240. Ursula Bloom 
(A); 9Apr71; R504058. 



BOURDET, 
Pere. 



CLAUDE. 

See BOURDET, EDOUARD. 



BOURDET, EDOUARD. 

Pere; piece en trois actes . © D2841; 
30Dec43. Claude Bourdet (C); 
I8jan71; R499570. 

BOUTNIKOFF, IVAN. 

The spring recital. See DREISER, 
THEODORE. 



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Jan -June 



BOWEN-DAVIES, OLWEN. 

Lion and the unicorn. See ASHTON, 
WINIFRED. 

BRAUN, WILBUR. 

Apple of his eye; a warm refreshing 
comedy of youth in one act by 
Millard Crosby, pseud. © 50ct43; 
D85733. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
22Jan71; R 499298. 
Busy as a beaver; a frolicsome comedy 
in 3 acts by Russell Drake, pseud. 
© 10Feb44; D87365. Samuel French, 
Inc. (PWH); 5May71; R505429. 
Keep your fingers crossed; a radiant 
comedy in 3 acts by Edith Loring, 
pseud. © 60ct43; D85735. Samuel 
French, Inc. (PWH); 7Apr71; R504059. 
Sally sallies forth; a catchy, care- 
free comedy in 3 acts by Hope 
Bristow, pseud. © 3Feb44; D87362. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 5May71; 
R505427. 
We'll always remember; a stirring 
tribute to American youth in one 
act by Wade Melton, pseud. 
© 30Dec43; D87363. Samuel French, 
Inc. (PWH); 7Apr71; R504o6l. 
You said it; a chucklesome farce in 
three acts by Dorothy Connover, 
pseud. © 290ct43; D86736. Samuel 
French, Inc. (PWH); 7Apr71; R504060. 

BRETZNER, CHRISTOPH FRIEDRICH. 

The abduction from the seraglio. See 
MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUS . 

BRIGHOUSE, BARBARA. 

Sporting rights. See BRIGHOUSE, 
HAROLD. 

BRIGHOUSE, HAROLD. 

Sporting rights; a one act comedy. 
(French's acting edition, no. 231) 
© 26>Nov43; D86552. Barbara Brig- 
house (C); 31Mar71; R503707. 

BRISTOW, HOPE, pseud. See BRAUN, 
WILBUR. 

BUTLER, JEAN R. 

America's children. See ROUVEROL, 

AURANIA ELLERBECK. 
Young man of today. See ROUVEROL, 
AURANIA. 

BYRNE, BRIAN J. 

A pass to death. See THE SHADOW. 



CARROLL, DIANA. 

To meet the occasion; by Diana Carroll 
& Jennifer Greenwood. © 2Feb44; 
D87358. Diana Carroll & Jennifer 
Greenwood Richardson (A); 4Jun71; 
R506997 . 

CARY, FALKLAND L. 

Burning gold, by Falkland L. Cary S: 
A. A. Thomson. (French's acting 
ed., no. 331) © 31Dec43; D86848. 
Falkand L. Cary & A. A. Thomson 



alkand L. Gary & A. 
A); 4Feb71; R4-99874 



CHICK CARTER, BOY DETECTIVE, by Jean & 
Nancy Webb. © Conde Nast Publica- 
tions, Inc. (PWH) 
Episode no. 

163. © 19Feb44; D87042. 26Feb71; 
R501260. 

164. © 22Feb44; D87O38. 26Feb71; 
R501256. 

165. © 22Feb44; D87O39. 26Feb71; 
R5 01257 • 

166. © 24Feb44; D87044. 26Feb71; 
R501261. 

167. © 24Feb44; D87O36. 26Feb71; 
R501255- 

168-172. © 2Mar44; D87121-87125. 
5Apr71; R503576-503580. 



173- © 4Mar44; D87160. 5Apr71; 

R503581. 
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R503583. 
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R503582. 
176. © ?Mar44; D87231. 5Apr71; 

R503584. 
177-179. HMar44; D87258-87260. 

5Apr71; R 503 58 5- 503 587. 

180. © 15Mar44; D87290. 5Apr71: 
R503589. 

181. © l6Mar44; D87289. 5Apr71; 
R503588. " ' 

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5Apr71; R5O3590-5O3592. 
190. © 30Mar44; D88349. SApr71- 

R503598. V ' ' 

191-193. © 31Mar44; D88358-88360. 

5Apr71; R503 599- 503601 . 
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R505189. ' 

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R505190. ' 

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R505203. 

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R506796 . 

231. © 27May44; D89096 . Uun71; 
R506797. 

232. © 27May44; D89097. Uur,71; 
R506798. 

CHICK CARTER, BOY DETECTIVE,- by Walter 
Gibson & Ed Gruskin. © Conde Hast 
Publications, -Inc. (PWH) 
Episode no. 

100. © lDec43; D86I52. 6Jan71; 
R498025 . 

102. © 6Dec43; D86225. 6Jan71; 
R498026. 

103. © 6Dec43; D86226. 6Jan71; 
R498027 . 

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R498028. 

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R498029. 

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R498030. 

107. © 6Dec43; D8623O. 6Jan71; 
R498031. 

108. © 10Dec43; D86266. 6Jan71; 
R498032 

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R498034 

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R498037 ■ 

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R498038. 

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R498039. 

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R498040 . 

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R498041. 

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R498042 . 

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R498043 . 

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R498044. 

121. © 30Dec43; D86481. 6Jan71; 
R498045 . 

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R498046. 

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R498047 

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R498048. 

125. © 30Dec43; D86485. 6Jan71; 
R498049 . 

126-129. © 7Jan44; D86542-862545. 

© lFeb71; R499775-499778. 
130-133. © 12Jan44; D86595-86598. 

© lFeb71; R499779-499782. 
134-137. © i4jan44; D86649-86652. 

© lFeb71; R499785-499788. 
138-143. © 26jan44; D86741-86746. 

© lFeb71; R499793-499798. 

144. © HFeb44; D86920. 26Feb71; 
R501238. 

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R501239. 

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R501240. 

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R501241. 

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R501242. 

149. © 12Feb44; D86933 . 26Feb71; 
R5 01243. 

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R501244. 

151. © 12Feb44; D86935. 26Feb71; 
R5 01245. 

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R501246. 

153. © 12Feb44; D86937 . 26Feb71; 
R501247. 

154. © 12Feb44; D86938. 26Feb71; 
R501248. 

155. © 12Feb44; D86939. 26Feb71; 
R5 01249. 



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I56. B 12Feb44; D86940. ?6Feb71 

R501250. 
157- © 12Feb44; D86941. 26Feb71 

R5012'il. 

158. © 12Feb44; D86942. 26Feb71 
R501252. 

159. © l'2Feb44; D86943 . 26Feb71 
R5 01253. 

160. © 12Feb44; D86944. 26Feb71 
R501254. 

161. © 19Feb44; D8; - 040. 26Feb71 
R501258. 

162. © 19Feb44; D87041. 26Feb71 
R501259- 

I85-I89. © 24Mar44; D8798I-87985 
5Apr71; R 505 593 -503 597- 



CHODOROV, EDWARD. 

Decision; a play. © 190ct43; D85802. 
Edward Chodorov (A); 9Apr71; 
R50^055- 
Those endearing young charms: a play 
in 3 acts. © 30Dec43; D88453. 
Edward Chodorov (A); l8jan71; 
R499296. 
Those endearing young charms . Three 
acts. © 30Aug43; D85I25. Edward 
Chodorov (A); l8jan71; R499293 . 

CHOWN, PATRICIA. 

Sea-shell; a play in one act. 
(French's acting ed., no. 278) 
© 31Dec43; D87360. Patricia Chown 
(A); 4Feb71; R499876. 

CLAUDEL, PAUL. 

Le Soulier de satin; edition pour la 
scene abregle, notee & arrangee en 
collaboration avec Jean Louis 
Barranth. © 9Feb44; D95359. 
Mme. veuve Paul Claudel, nee Reine 
Sainte Marie Perrin (W); 6May71; 
R505531. 

CLAUDEL, REINE SAINTE MARIE PERRIN. 
Le Soulier de satin. See CLAUDEL, 
PAUL. 

CLAUDY, CARL H. 

Treasures of darkness; a one act 
Masonic play. ©50ct43; D85914. 
Carl H. Claudy, Jr. (C); 17Jun71; 
R5 07560. 

CLAUDY, CARL H., JR. 

Treasures of darkness. See CLAUDY, 
CARL H. 

CLEMENTS, COLIN CLEMENTS. 

Spring green. See CLEMENTS, FLORENCE 
RYERSON . 

CLEMENTS, FLORENCE RYERSON. 

Spring green, by Florence Ryerson & 
Colin Clements. © 10Jan44; 
D86617. Hal Ryerson (C); 5May71: 
R505^26. 

COCHRAN, JOSEPH. 
The death ride. 



See THE SHADOW. 



COLE, ALONZO DEEN. 
The black serpent. 

COLLINS, WILKIE. 
Strange experiment. 

HELEN. 



See THE SHADOW. 



See JEROME, 



COMER, MARGARET. 

As you like it; an absurdity with 
apologies to William Shakespeare. 
(French's acting ed., no. 321) 
© 31Dec43; D86849. Margaret Comer 
(A); 4Feb71; R499875- 

CONNOVER, DOROTHY, pseud. See BRAUN, 
WILBUR. 

CONRY, BARTH. 

The corpse in the cab. See THE 

RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 
Nine hours to live. See THE RETURN 
OF NICK CARTER. 

COOPER, MARGARET. 

A new life. See RICE, ELMER. 



CORWIN, NORMAN. 

Mary and the fairy. (In More by 
Corwin. H. Holt) © 6Mar44; 
D87366. Norman Corwin (A); lApr71; 
R503806. 
More by Corwin; 16 radio dramas with 
an lntrod. by Clifton Fadiman. 
© 6Mar44; D87366. Norman Corwin 
(A); .19Ma'r71; R503505. 

CROSBY, MILLARD, pseud. See BRAUN, 
WILBUR. 

CROY, MRS. HOMER. See CROY, MAE 
SAVELL. 

CROY, MAE SAVELL. 

Archy and Mehitabel; a fantasy with 
music . A satire on the human race 
from the works of Don Marquis, by 
Bernice Maud Marquis & Mae Savell 
Croy (Mrs. Homer Croy) Text only. 
© 14Feb44; D86948. Mae Savell Croy 
(A); 21Apr71; R504586. 



D 



DANE, CLEMENCE, pseud. See ASHTON, 
WINIFRED. 

DAVID, MACK. 

The red menace. © 2Feb44; D86803. 
Mack David (A) 5 3Feb71; R500328. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM F. 

Act your age; a comedy in three acts. 
© 9Sep43; D853I?. William F. 
Davidson (A); 24Mar71; R503877. 

DAVIS, DONALD. 

No way out. See DAVIS, OWEN. 
Sophie Halenczik. See DAVIS, OWEN. 

DAVIS, HUMPHREY. 

Nick Carter's Christmas adventure. 
See THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 

DAVIS, OWEN. 

No way out; a melo-drama. © 8Feb44; 
D86866. © Donald Davis (C); 4Jun71; 
R5 07126. 
Sophie Halenczik, American; a comedy. 
© 7Aug43; D84989. Donald Davis (C); 
26Feb71; R501959. 

DE DUCCIO, AGOSTINO. See DUCCIO, 
AGOSTINO DE. 

DE MONTHERLANT, HENRY. See MONTHERLANT, 
HENRY DE. 

DINNER, WILLIAM. 

Strangers in our midst; by William 
Dinner & William Mo rum. © lFeb44; 
D87361. William Dinner & William 
Morum (A); 4Jun71; R5O6998. 

DRAKE, RUSSELL, pseud. See BRAUN, 
WILBUR. 

DREISER, THEODORE. 

The spring recital; ballet pantomime; 
play of the natural and the super- 
natural. Music by Ivan Boutnikoff . . 
© l8jan44; D76291. Ivan Boutnikoff 
(A); 20Jan71; R499108. 

DRIEU, JEAN. 

Charlotte Corday. See DRIEU LA 
ROCHELLE, PIERRE. 

DRIEU LA ROCHELLE, PIERRE. 

Charlotte Corday; piece in 3 actes. 
Le chef; piece en 4 actes. © 20Feb44; 
D95411. Jean Drieu (NK); l8Jun71; 
R507040. 



DUERR, EDWIN. 

Don't look now. See WILDER, ALEC. 



EHRLICH, MAX. 

A date with death. See THE SHADOW. 
The Juggernaut. See THE SHADOW. 
The red domino. See THE SHADOW. 

ELLIS, WALTER. 

Old Chelsea; a musical romance in 3 
acts; music by Richard Tauber; 
additional numbers by Bernard Grun; 
lyrics by Fred S. Tysh & Walter 
Ellis. © 3Dec43; D86472. Fred S. 
Tysh (A); 26Mar71; R502996. 

ENGVICK, WILLIAM C. 

Don't look now. See WILDER, ALEC. 

ERSKINE, CHESTER. 

For better or worse; three act play 
by Louise Galge, pseud. NM: revi- 
sions & additions. © 15Mur 
D87975. Chester Erskin[e] (A); 
l8Mar71; R502336. 

ERVIN, JAMES RANDOLPH. 

Relativity applied to philosophy. 
© 26Feb43, C14914. James Randolph 
Ervin (A); 21Jan71; R499161. 



F 



FADIMAN, CLIFTON. 

More by Corwin. See CORWIN, NORMAN. 

FAUCHOIS, PHILIPPE. 

Reves d'amour. See FAUCHOIS, RENE. 

FAUCHOIS, RENE. 

Reves d'amour; piece en six actes 
avec un prologue et quatre inter- 
ludes. © 7Apr44; D95339- Philippe 
Fauchois (C); 24May71; R506392. 

FELDHAUS, LOUIS. 

Change please; a comedy in three acts. 
© 20Sep43; D85336. Louis Feldhaus 
(A); 23Feb71; R501469- 

FLEMING, J. ANTHONY. 

The man born to be king. See 
SAYERS, DOROTHY L. 

FRANKEN, ROSE. See MELONEY, ROSE 
FRANKEN. 

FRASER, PETER, pseud. See WATT, PETER. 

FREEMAN, WILLIAM. 

Home tested recipe program. See 

VOSS, KITTY KEEPERS. 
Recipe exchange. See VOSS, KITTY 

KEEPERS. 
We dream awhile. See VOSS, KITTY 

KEEPERS . 

FRENCH (SAMUEL) INC. 

World's a stage. See MAYORGA, 

MARGARET, ed. 
For other works claimed by Samuel 
French, Inc. See BRAUN, WILBUR. 

FRENCH (SAMUEL) LTD. See 

QUICK CURTAIN -- AND SOME OF THE 
AUDIENCE LAUGHED. 

FREYBE, CARL E. 

I am an American; a play in 1 act for 
stage and screen. © 21Jul43; 
D84861. Carl E. Freybe (A); 
l4Jan71; R498772. 



GAIGE, LOUISE, pseud. 
CHESTER. 



See ERSKINE, 



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GIBSON, WALTER. See 

CHICK CARTER, BOY DETECITVE. 

GIBSON, WILL. 

I lay in Zion; a play for Easter. 
© 29Dec43; D86469. Will Gibson 
(A); 5May71: R505424. 

GIRAUDOUX, JEAN. 

Le film de Bethanie; text de Les anges 
du peche. © 10Jun44; D95361. Jean- 
Pierre GIraudoux (C); 17Jun71; 
R507617 . 

GIRAUDOUX, JEAN-PIERRE. 

Le film de Bethanie. See GIRAUDOUX, 
JEAH. 

GORRIE, STANLEY. 

Lion and the unicorn. See ASHTON, 
WINIFRED. 

GRANSON, JOSE. 

Gentlemen. See TWOMEY, KAY. 

GRAVES', RUSSELL BRIGGS, JR. 

The star in the heart of the world. 
© 15Mar44; D87275. Russell Briggs 
Graves, Jr. (A); 31Mar71; R504015- 

Tears of laughter; a play in 3 acts. 
© 15Nov43; D86013. Russell Briggs 
Graves, Jr. (A); 20Apr71; R504584. 

GREEN HORNET, INC. 

The Green Hornet. See STRIKER, 
FRANCIS. 

GREENWOOD, JENNIFER. See RICHARDSON, 
JENNIFER GREENWOOD. 

GRUN, BERNARD. 

Old Chelsea. See ELLIS, WALTER. 

GRUSKIN, ED. See 

CHICK CARTER, BOY DETECTIVE. 



H 



HAMILTON, LOIS MARIE. 

Duke in darkness. See HAMILTON, 
PATRICK. 

HAMILTON, PATRICIA R., pseud. See 
LANGUTH, PATRICIA R. 

HAMILTON, PATRICK. 

Duke in darkness; a play in 3 acts. 
© 22Mar43; D86024 . Lois Marie 
Hamilton (Adm. d.b.n.c . t .a. ) ; 
10Mar71; R502023 . 

HAMMERSTEIN, DOROTHY B. 

Oklahoma. See RODGERS, RICHARD. 

HAMMjSRSTEIN, JAMES B. 

Oklahoma. See RODGERS, RICHARD. 

HAMMERSTEIN, OSCAR, 2D. 

Oklahoma. See RODGERS, RICHARD. 

HAMMERSTEIL, WILLIAM. 

Oklahoma. See RODGERS, RICHARD. 

HANNAH, DOROTHY BENNETT. 

Man comes home; a comedy in 3 acts by 
Dorothy Bennett. © 24Mar44: 
D87764. Dorothy Bennett (A); 
HJun71; R507307. 

HATCH, ERIC. 

Little darling; a comedy in three 
acts. © 260ct43; D86735. Eric 
Hatch (A); 9Apr71; R504056. 

HEAGNEY, EDWARD T. 

Texas. See HEAGNEY, WILLIAM H. 

HEAGNEY, WILLIAM E. 

Texas. See HEAGNEY, WILLIAM H. 

HEAGNEY, WILLIAM H. 

Texas; music & lyrics by Will Heagney; 



story by Percy Oakes 8t Will Heagney. 
Book only. © 15Jun44; D89410. 
William E. Heagney & Edward T. Heag- 
ney (C); 8jul71; R507741. 

HOLAHAN, WYLIE O'HARA. 

Is this the army, Mr. Jones. See 
O'HARA, JOHN. 

HOUSMAN, LAURENCE. 

Palestine plays. © 19Apr43; D84019. 
Robert E. Symons & Lloyds Bank, 
Ltd. (E); l4Apr71; R504512. 



J 



JAY, VERNE. 

Death in the tomb. See THE SHADOW. 
Flames of death. See THE SHADOW. 

JENNINGS, GERTRUDE. 

Whiskers and Co.; a Cinderella panto- 
mime in 3 scenes. © 26Nov43; 
D86549. Beryl Kathleen Turner (NK); 
29Mar71; R503188. 

JEROME, HELEN. 

Strange experiment; a mystery play 
based on The moonstone, by Wilkie 
Collins. © HNov43; D85967. 
Frederick John Denis Wakeham (NK 
of H. Jerome); 24May71; R506428. 

JOHNSON, PHILIP. 

Charade; a comedy in one act. 

© 10Mar44; D88895 . Philip Johnson 
(A); 4Jun71; R507000. 
Late Miss Cordell; a play in one act. 
© 10Mar44; D88896. Philip Johnson 
(A); 4Jun71; R5O7OOI. 



K 



KATZIN, OLGA. 

Puck's post; a play in one act. 

© 29Sep43; D86020. Olga Katzin (A); 
12Mar71; R502022. 

KELLY, MRS. THOMAS M. 

Portrait of a hero. See THOMAS, 
A. .E. 

KENIG, MRS. SHIVAUM. 

Red roses for me. See 0' CASEY, 
SEAN. 

KENWARD, ALLAN RICHAHD. 

Cry havoc: a play in three acts. 
© 29Sep43; D85898. Allan R. Ken- 
ward (A); 17Feb71; R5OO625. 

KERR, WALTER FRANCIS. 

Sing out, sweet land; book for musical 
show. © 12May44; D88887. Walter 
Kerr (A); 26May71; R506388. 

KESSELRING, CHARLOTTE E. 

Identically yours. See KESSELRING, 
JOSEPH. 

KESSELRING, JOSEPH. 

Identically yours. © 17Apr44; 
D88525. Charlotte E. Kesselring 
(W); 26Apr71; R505H0. 

KILBURN, VIRGINIA T. 

Portrait of a hero. See THOMAS, 
A. E. 

KIPLING, RUDYARD. 

Solomon and Balkis. See THOMPSON, 
RANDALL. 

KOBER, ARTHUR. 

My dear Bella; a play in 3 acts. 
Based upon author's stories in The 
New Yorker. © HFeb44; D86912. 
Arthur Kober (A); l6Feb71; R501130. 



KOGAM, DAVID. 

The case of the avenging brain. 

See THE SHADOW. 
The case of the immortal beauty. See 

THE SHADOW. 
Death to the Shadow. See THE SHADOW. 
Kidnapped for sale. See- THE RETURN 

OP NICK CARTER. 



LAMPELL, MILLARD. 

Abraham Lincoln comer home; text by 
Millard Lampell, music by E. Robin- 
son. © I6jan43; D76202. Earl 
Robinson (A); lljan71; R498323. 
Abraham Lincoln comes home; words by 
Millard Lampell, music by Earl 
Robinson. © I6jan43; D76202. 
Millard Lampell (A); 21Dec70; 
R498169. 

LANGUTH, PATRICIA R. 

They laughed again; a comedy in 3 
acts by Patricia R. Hamilton, 
pseud. (French's acting ed., 
no. 227) © lDec43; D8655I . 
Patricia R. Languth (A); 4Feb71; 
R499872. 

LAVERY, EMMET. 

Murder in a nunnery; a play in 3 
acts. Dramatized from the novel 
by Eric Shepherd. © 28Feb44; 
D88419. Emmet Lavery (A); 13Apr71; 
R504432. 

LEHMAN, KATHRYN M. POPP. 

Ephrata. See NEUSBAUM, FRANK. 



LESLIE, PHIL. 

Fibber McGee and Molly. 
DON. 



See QUTNN, 



LINDSAY, JOHN. 

Emma, by John Lindsay & Ronald RusselL 
Adapted from Jane Austen's novel. 
© 31Dec43; D87359. H. P. Lindsay 
(C); 9Apr71; R504O57. 

LIPMAN, CLAYRE. 

The night we ate Aunt Minnie; acts II 
& III by Clayre Lipman & Michel 
Lipman. © 3Jul43; D84755- Clayre 
Lipman (A); 25Jun71; R5O8I96. 

LIPMAN, MICHEL. 

The night we ate Aunt Minnie. See 
LIPMAN, CLAYRE. 



LLOYDS BANK, LTD. 
Palestine plays. 
LAURENCE. 



See HOUSMAN, 



LODGE, CARTER. 

Home ground. See VAN DRUTEN, JOHN. 
Voice of the turtle. See VAN 

DRUTEN, JOHN. 

LONE RANGER TELEVISION, INC. 
The Lone Ranger. See STRIKER, 
FRANCIS . 

LORING, EDITH, pseud. See BRAUN, 
WILBUR. 



M 



MCCLEERY, WILLIAM. 

Hope for the best; a comedy in 3 aci 
© 31Mar44; D88354. William 
McCleery (A); 5May71: R505430. 

MACGREGOR, JOCK. 

For works by Jock MacGregor See 
THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 

MCNUTT, PATTERSON. 
Portrait of a hero. 
A. E. 



See THOMAS, 



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MARQUIS, BERNICE MAUD. 

Archy and Mehltabel. See CROY, 
MAE SAVELL. 

MARQUIS, DON. 

Archy and Mehltabel. See CROY, 
MAE SAVELL. 

MARTENS, ANNE COULTER. 

Wildcat Willie in the doghouse; a 
comedy in 3 acts. © 21Sep'i; : 
D85362. Anne Coulter Martens (A); 
24Mar71; R503878. 
Wildcat Willie plays Santa; a comedy 
1n one act. B 28':' : 
Anne Coulter Martens (A); 2'War, I ; 
R503879- 

MARTIN, RUTH. 

The abduction from the seraglio. See 
MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUS. 

MARTIN, THOMAS. 

The abduction from the seraglio. See 
MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUS. 

MATHIAS, ALICE H. 

Oklahoma. See RODGERS, RICHARD. 

MAYORGA, MARGARET, ed. 

World's a stage; short plays for 
juniors. 27Dec4j; D86738. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PCB); 
17Feb71; R500627. 

MELONEY, ROSE FRANKEN. 

Doctors disagree; a comely-drama ir. 
three acts, by Rose Franken. 
© 28Apr44; D88621. Ro=e Frai 
(A); 5May71; R505^?2- 
Outrageous fortune; a drama in 3 acts 
by Rose Franken. © 30Mar44; 
D88623. Rose Franken (A); 13Apr71; 
R504434. 
Soldier's wife; a comedy in 3 acts by 
Rose Franken. © 29Mar44; D88458. 
Rose Franken (A); r?Apr71; .R50^33- 

MELTON, WADE, pseud. See BRAUN, WILBUR. 

MILLIKEN, MAETA ABBA. 

Trovarsi. See PIRANDELLO, LUIGI. 

MILLMAN, DAVID. 

Mrs. Whitney's pet cat; a satirical 
comedy. © 5Mar43; D83567. 
Jessica Millman (W); 25Jan71; 
R499634. 
The professor's happy family; a 
comedy. © 15Feb43; D83309. 
Jessica Millman (W); 25Jan71; 
R499633. 

MILLMAN, JESSICA. 

Mrs. Whitney's pet cat. See MILLMAN, 

DAVID. 
The professor's happy family. See 

MILLMAN, DAVID. 

MONTHERLANT, HENRY DE. 

Fils de personne (Fils des autres) 
Drame en quatre actes. © 5May4i; 
D953c2. Henry de Montherlant (A); 
2'-»May71; R506393. 

MOORE, VIOLET SODERQUIST. 

Tom Tit Tot. See RICHARDSON, CLAUDE 
DAVIS. 

MORUM, WILLIAM. 

Strangers in our midst. See DINNER, 
WILLIAM. 

MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUS. 

The abduction from the seraglio; comic 
opera In three acts. German origi- 
nal text by Bretzner, adapted by 
Stephanie the younger, English trans- 
lation by Ruth & Thomas Martin. 
Vocal score. © 9Feb44; D76294. 
Ruth & Thomas Martin (A); l6Feb71; 
R500234 . 



MULLAY, ANNE VAN WIE NOEL. 

Freud didn't know the half of it. See 
NOEL, JOSEPH. 



N 



NASH, OGDEN. 

One touch of Venus, by S. J. Perelman 
& 0. Nash. © 8Mar44; D87223. 
Ogden Nash (A); 17Mar71; R503484. 

MAST (CONDE) PUBLICATIONS, INC. See 
CHICK CARTER, BOY DETECTIVE. 

RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 

THE SHADOW. 

NEUSBAUM, FRANK. 

Ephrata; a play in 2 acts by Frank 
Neusbaum & Kathryn M. Popp. 

7May43; D84581. Prank Neusbaum & 
Kathryn M. Popp Lehman (A); 
28Dec70; R498337. 

NOEL, JOSEPH. 

Freud didn't knew the half oi it; 
a comedy. © 10May43; D84712. 
Anne Van Wie Noel Mullay (W): 
6May71; R505635. 



o 



OAKES, PERCY. 

Texas. See HEAGNEY, WILLIAM H. 



0' CASEY, BREON. 
Red roses for me. 
SEAN. 



See 0' CASEY, 



See 0' CASEY, 



0' CASEY, EILEEN. 
Red roses for me. 
SEAN. 

0' CASEY, SEAN. 

Red roses for me; a play In four acts. 
© l8Jan44; D86684. Eileen 0' Casey 
(W), Breon 0' Casey & Mrs. Shivaum 
Kenig (C); HJun71; R507420. 

ODETS, CLIFFORD. 

Jacobowsky and the colonel; a play in 
three acts by Franz Werfel; adapted 
by Clifford Odets . © 15Mar44; 
D88513. Nora Odets & Walt Whitman 
Odets (C); l8Mar71; R502273. 

O'HARA, JOHN. 

Is this the army, Mr. Jones? (In 
Revue sketches, vaudeville comedy 
acts, v.7, comedy sketch book no.l) 
© 15Apr43; D84169. Katharine B. 
O'Hara (W) & Wylie O'Hara Holahan 
(C); HJan71; R497896. 

O'HARA, KATHARINE B. 

Is this the army, Mr. Jones. See 
O'HARA, JOHN. 

OFFENBACH, JACQUES. 

Orpheus in Hades; translation & 
adaptation by Josephine Fetter 
Royle. Text only. © 29Jun43; 
D84780. Josephine Fetter Royle 
(A); 21May71; R506372. 

ODETS, WALT WHITMAN. 

Jacobowsky and the colonel. See 
ODETS, CLIFFORD. 

ODETS, NORA. 

Jacobowsky and the colonel. See 

ODETS, CLIFFORD. 



PEACH, L. DU GARDE. 

According to plan; a comedy of the 
Home Guard in 3 acts. © 30Nov43 ; 
D86846. L. Du Garde Peach (A); 
12Mar71; R502025. 



PERCY, EDWARD, pseud. See SMITH, 
EDWARD PERCY. 

PERELMAN, S. J. 

One touch of Venus. See NASH, OGDEN. 

PERRIN, REINE SAINTE MA.'- 

CLAUDEL, REINE SAINTE MARIE PERRIN. 

PERTWEE, ROLAND. 

Pink string and sealing wax. O •'■■ 

D84122. Kitty Pertwee (W); 15Mar?l; 
R502245 . 

PIRANDELLO, LUIGI. 

Trovarsi (To find oneself) Trans- 
lated by Marta Abba. © on trans- 
lation; l4Dec43; D8653O. Marta 
Abba Mllliken (A); 4Feb71; R499877. 

POPP, KATHRYN M. 'See LEHMAN, KATHRYN 
M. POPP. ' 

PRATT, BELLE J. 

Thunder mountain. See PRATT. 
THEODORE. 

PRATT, THEODORE. 

Thunder mountain; a play in 3 acts . 
© 20Dec4j; D86372. Belle J. Pratt 
(W); 24Feb71; R501515. 

PRETTNER, NANCY QUINN. 

Fibber McGee and Molly. See QUINN. 
DON. 

PUGET, CLAUDE ANDRE. 

Theatre II. © 20Jan44; D64l. Claude 
Andre Puget (A); 24May71; R506394. 



QUICK CURTAIN — AND SOME OF THE AUDI- 
ENCE LAUGHED, by various authors, 
compiled by staff of Samuel French, 
Ltd. © 31Dec43; D8685O. Samuel 
French, Ltd. (PWH); l8jan71; R499295. 

QUINN, DON. 

Fibber McGee and Molly, by Don Quinn 
& Phil Leslie. Jan. 25, 1944. 
© 5Feb44; D86&37. Edythe Dixon 
Quinn (W) , John Jeffrey Louis Quinn 
& Nancy Quinn Prettner (C); 8Feb71; 
R500691. 

QUINN, EDYTHE DIXON. 

Fibber McGee and Molly. See QUINN 
DON. 

QUINH, JOHN JEFFREY LOUIS. 

Fibber McGee and Molly. See QUINN, 



DON. 



R 



RKO GENERAL, INC. 

A girl, a guy and a gob. See THORPE, 

WILLIAM. 
Mr. and Mrs. Smith. See VREELAND, 

FRANK. 
Tom, Dick and Harry. See VREELAND, 

FRANK. 

RAPHAELSON, SAMSON. 

The perfect marriage; a comedy. 

© 8Feb44; D86875- Samson Raphael - 
son (A); 19Mar71; R502985. 



REED, MARK. 

Dwindling male. 
EDWARD PERCY. 

REED, VIRGINIA B. 

Dwindling male. 

EDWARD PERCY. 



See SMITH, 



See SMITH, 



THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER; scripts by 
various authors. © Conde Nast Publi- 
cations, Inc. (PWH) 



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DRAMAS 



Jan-Ju 



THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. -Con. 

A cat brings death; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the missing 
Persian. By Jock MacGregor. 
© l8Apr44; D88595. 3May7l; R505214. 
The corpse in the cab; or, Nick Car- 
ter and the mystery of the murder in 
the park. By Barth Conry. 
© llFeb44; D86919- 3Mar71; R5OI386. 
Dead witness; or, Nick Carter and the 
mystery of the murder room. By 
Jock MacGregor. © 2Mar44; D87126. 
5Apr71; R503630. 
Death after dark; or, Nick Carter and 
the mystery of vampire killings. 
By Jock MacGregor. © 2Mar44; 
D87120. 5Apr71; R503629. 
Death in the pines; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the murdered 
driver. By Jock MacGregor. 
© 9Mar44; D87230. 5Apr71; R503632. 
The double disguise; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the kidnapped 
heiress. By Ralph Berkey. 
© 12Jan44; D86600. lFeb71; 
R499784. 
The drums of death; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the white witch 
doctor. By Alfred Bester. 
© 31Mar44; D8835O. 5Apr71; R503638. 

The horoscope murders; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the avenging 
astrologer. By Alfred Bester. 
© l4Mar44; D87264. 5Apr71; R503633. 

Kidnapped for sale; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the missing 
babies. Episode no.l. By Bob 
Arthur & David Kogan. © 21Apr44; 
D88608. 3May71; R505215. 

Kidnapped for sale; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the missing 
babies. Episode no. 2. By Bob 
Arthur and David Kogan. © 21Apr44; 
D88609. 3May71; R505216. 

Kidnapped for sale; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the missing 
babies. Episode no. 3. By Bob 
Arthur and David Kogan. © 24Apr44; 
D88624. 3May71; R505217- 

Kidnapped for sale; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the missing 
babies. Episode no. 4. By Bob 
Arthur & David Kogan. © 25Apr44; 
D88644. 3May71; R505218. 

Kidnapped for sale; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the missing 
babies. Episode no, 5. By Bob 
Arthur & David Kogan. © 28Apr44; 
D88687. 3May71;.R505219. 

Kidnapped for sale; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the missing 
babies. Episode no. 6. By Bob 
Arthur & David Kogan. © 28Apr44; 
D88688. 3May71; R505220. 

Kidnapped for sale; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the missing ba- 
bies. Episode no. 7, by Bob Arthur & 
David Kogan. ©3May44; D88753 • 
Uun71; R5O6828. 

Kidnapped for sale; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the missing ba- 
bies. Episode no. 8, by Bob Arthur & 
David Kogan. © 3May44; D88754 . 
Uun71; R506829. 

Kidnapped for sale; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the missing ba- 
bies. Episode no. 9, by Bob Arthur & 
David Kogan. © 3May44; D88755 • 
Uun71; R506830. 

Missing — Harold Ascort; or, Nick 
Carter in the great kidnapping mys- 
tery. By Jock MacGregor. 
© 19Feb44; D&7043. 3Mar71; R5OI389. 

Murder by magic; or, Nick Carter and 
the mystery of the missing identity. 
By Jock MacGregor. © 13Apr44; 
D88519. 3May7l; R505212. 

The newsreel crime; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery at Columbus Circle. 
By Jock MacGregor. © 30Dec43; 
D86487. 6Jan71; R498023. 



Nick Carter's Christmas adventure; or, 
The mystery of the reluctant con- 
tributor. By Humphrey Davis. 
© 30Dec43; D86496. 6Jan71; R498024. 

Nine hours to live; or, Nick Carter 
and the death house mystery. By 
Barth Conry. © 22Jan44; D86709. 
lFeb71; R499790. 

The professor's secret; or, Nick 

Carter and the mystery of the Z-rays. 
By Jock MacGregor. © 24Mar44; 
D87986. 5Apr71; R503637. 
Records of death; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the unclaimed 
box. By Jock MacGregor. © 26Jan44; 
D86740. lFeb71; R499792. 

The secret of the ruined fort; or, 
Nick Carter and the mystery of the 
Colonel's treasure . By Jock MacGre- 
gor. © l6Dec43; D86353 . 6Jan71; 
R498019. 
Tiger death; or, Nick Carter and the 
mystery of the circus killer. By 
Jock MacGregor. © 21Mar44; D87315. 
5Apr71; R503635. 

The unwilling accomplice; or, Nick 

Carter and the mystery of the society 
burglar. By Ralph Berkey. © 2Feb44; 
D86806. 3Mar71; R501383. 

The West Street Dock murders; or, 
Nick Carter and the mystery of the 
missing partner. By Ralph Berkey. 
© 8Dec43; D86238. 6Jan71; R498017 . 

RHYMER, PAUL. 

Vic and Sade. © Mrs. Paul M. Rhymer 
(W) & Paul Parke Rhymer (C) 
June 10, 1943. © 10Jul43; D84803. 

20May71; R506328. 
July 15, 19^3. © 7Aug43; D84997 . 

20May71; R506329. 
Aug. 16, 1943. © 3Sep43; D85256. 

20May71; R50633O. 
Sept. 21, 1943. © l40ct43; D85719- 

20May71; R50633I. 
Oct. 15, 19^3. © 8Nov43; D85939- 

20May71; R506332. 
Nov. 22, 1943. © HDec43; D86324. 

20May71; R506333. 

RHYMER, MRS. PAUL M. 

Vic and Sade. See RHYMER, PAUL. 

RHYMER, PAUL PARKE. 

Vic and Sade. See RHYMER, PAUL. 

RICE, BARBARA. 

A new life. See RICE, ELMER. 

RICE, ELMER. 

A new life; a play in nine scenes. 
© 27Mar44; D88606. Barbara Rice 
(W), Robert Rice, Margaret Cooper, 
John A. Rice, Judith Rice & Paul 
Rice (C); 8Apr71; R504043. 

RICE, JOHN A. 
A new life. 



RICE, JUDITH. 
A new life. 

RICE, PAUL. 
A new life. 

RICE, ROBERT. 
A new life. 



See RICE, ELMER. 
See RICE, ELMER. 
See RICE, ELMER. 
See RICE, ELMER. 



RICHARDSON, CLAUDE DAVIS. 

Tom Tit Tot; an operetta for young 
voices based on the old English 
fairytale; text & lyrics by Violet 
Soderquist Moore. © 10Apr44; 
D76310. Claude Davis Richardson 
(A); 29Apr71; R505330. 

RICHARDSON, JENNIFER GREENWOOD. 

To meet the occasion. See CARROLL, 
DIANA. 

RIGGS, LYNN. 

Oklahoma. See RODGERS, RICHARD. 

ROBINSON, EARL. 

Abraham Lincoln comes home. See 
LAMPELL, MILLARD. 



ROCHELLE, PIERRE DRIEU LA. See DRIEU 
LA ROCHELLE, PIERRE. 

RODGERS, RICHARD. 

Oklahoma. Book & lyrics by 0. Hammer- 
stein 2d. Based on Lynn Rigg'6 
Green grow the lllac6. Text only. 
© 22May44; D89210 . Dorothy B. Ham- 
merstein (W), Alice H. Mathias, 
William Hammerstein & James B. Ham- 
merstein (C); 22Jun71; R507172. 

ROESLER, JO HANNS. 

Philene; ein stueck fuer verlieb-.e 
Leute. © 20Mar43; DF1958. Jo 
Roesler (A); 25Feb71; R502146. 

ROTHE, VELMA ROYTON. 

Anniversary, by Velma Royton & Alice 
Thomson. © 31Aug43; D85165. Velma 
Royton Rothe & Alice Thomson Peters 
White (A); l8jan71; R499294. 
Are you Mr. Cherenki. See WHITE, 
ALICE THOMSON PETERS. 

ROTTER, FRITZ. 

Coffeecake and caviar. © 17Juri43; 
D84974. Fritz Rotter (A); 5Feb71; 
R 500 526. 
Forbid my tears; a play in 3 acts by 
Fritz Rotter & Alien Vincent. 
© HMay43; D84l89. Fritz Rotter 8c 
Allen Vincent (A); 5Feb71; R500525- 

ROUVEROL. AURANIA. 

Young man of today: a day in 3 acts. 
© l4Mar44; D&7364. Jean R. Butler 
& William's. Rouverol (C); 5<ay71; 
R505428. 

ROUVEROL, AURANIA ELLERBECK. 

America's children; a play about 
today in 2 acts. © 10Aug43; 
D85002. William S. Rouverol & Jean 
R. Butler (C); l8jan71; R499292- 

ROUVEROL, WILLIAM S. 

America's children. See ROUVEROL, 

AURANIA ELLERBECK. 
Young man of today. See ROUVEROL, 
AURANIA. 

ROYLE, JOSEPHINE FETTER. 

Orpheus in Hades. See OFFENBACH, 
JACQUES. 

ROYTON, VELMA. See ROTHE, VELMA ROYTON. 

RUMBOLD, ZOE AKINS. 

Mrs. January and Mr. Ex; 3 acts by 
Zoe Akins. © 24Feb44; D87256. 
James D. Akins (NK) ; Uun71; 
R506359. 

RUSSELL, RONALD. 

Emma. See LINDSAY, JOHN. 

RYERSON, FLORENCE. See CLEMENTS, 
FLORENCE RYERSON. 

RYERSON, HAL. 

Spring green. See CLEMENTS, FLORENCE 
RYERSON . 



SALACROU, ARMAND. 

Theatre. Tome 2. © 26Apr44: D95355- 
Armand Salacrou (A); 6May71: 
R505530. 

SAROYAN, WILLIAM. 

Get away old man; a play in 2 acts. 
© llMay44; D88923. William Saroyan 
(A); 17May71; R506286. 

SAYERS, DOROTHY L. 

The man born to be king; a play cycle 
on the life of our Lord and Saviour 
Jesus Christ. © 24May43; D84912. 
J. Anthony Fleming (C); 24May71; 
R506430 . 



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1971 



RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



79 



SCHLUMBERGER, JEAN. 

Theatre. © 20Dec43; D954V7 . Marc 
Schlumberger (C); l8jan71; R499571. 

SCHLUMBERGER, MARC. 

Theatre. See SCHLUMBERGER, JEAN. 

SCHWAB, LAURENCE. 

Bullseye for Sammy. (The Cavalcade 
of America) © 12Febt!*; 086955 
Mildred Schwab Walsh (W) & Laurence 
Schwab, jr. ( G ). a5JUn7ij R508195? 

SCHWAB, LAURENCE, JR. • 

Bullseye for Sammy. See SCHWAB, 
LAURENCE. 

SEGALL, HARRY. 

It runs in the family. © l8May44; 
D88973. Harry Segall (A); 9Jun71j 
R507119. 

THE SHADOW; scripts by various authors. 
© Conde Nast Publications, Inc. (PWH) 
The black serpent. By Alonzo Deen 
Cole. © 5Jan44; D86533. lFeb71; 
R499774 ; 
Bubbling death. By Eric Arthur. 

© 8Dec43; D86252. 6Jan71; R498018. 
The case of the avenging brain, by 
Robert Arthur & David Kogan. 
© lFeb44; D86807. JMar71; R501384. 
The case of the immortal beauty. 
By Robert Arthur 8c David Kogan. 
© 12Jan44; D86599. lFeb71; R49978J. 
Club of doom. By Eric Arthur. 

© 27Dec4j; D86474. 6Jan71; R498020. 
A date with death. By Max Ehrlich. 

© 12Apr44; D88474. 3May71; R5052U. 
Death in the tomb, by Verne Jay. 
© 31Mar44; D88351. 5Apr71; 
R503639. 
Death makes the headlines. By Sidney 
Slon. © 4Apr44; D88395 • 3May71; 
R505210. 
The death ride, by Joseph Cochran. 

© 2Mar44; D87119- 5Apr71; R503628. 
Death stalks at night. By Sidney 
Slon. © 19Jan44; D86662. 
lFeb71; R499789. 
Death to the Shadow, by Robert Arthur 
8: David Kogan. © l4Mar44; D87265. 
5Apr71; R503634. 
Drums of doom, by Eric Arthur. 

© 21Mar44; D87316. 5Apr71; R5O3636. 
Flame? of death, by Verne Jay. 

B l6Feb44; D86982. 3Mar71; R501 }&7 . 
The house where madness dwelt, by 
Sidney Slon. © 7Mar44; D87176. 
5Apr71; R503631. 
The hungry hand, by Eric Arthu: . 

© 22Feb44; D8?037 . 3Mar71; R5OI388. 
The juggernaut. By Max Ehrlich. 

© 30Dec43; D86486 . 6Jan71; R498022. 
A pass to death, by Brian J. Byrne. 

© 8Feb44; D86882. 3Mar71; R5OI385. 
Pattern for crime. By Eric Arthur. 

© l8Apr44; D88594. 3May71; R505213- 
The race with death. By Sidney Slon. 

© 29Dec43; D86480. 6Jan71; R4g8021. 
The red domino. By Max Ehrlich. 
© 25Jan44; D86717. lFeb71; 
R499791 • 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

As you like it. See COMER, MARGARET. 

SHAW, IRWIN. 

Sons and soldiers; a play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states unpub. version prev. 
reg. as Labor for the wind, 20Aug40. 
© 5Apr44; D88455. Irwin Shaw (A); 
21May71; R507105. 

SHEPHERD, ERIC. 

Murder in a nunnery. See LAVERY, 
EMMET. 

SIMMS, MARION. 

Sing jubilee! Play in 3 acts. 

© 4Jun43; D84468. Marion SImms (A); 
27May71; R506711. 



SLON, SIDNEY. 

Death makes the headlines. See 

THE SHADOW. 
The house where madness dwelt. See 

THE SHADOW. 
The race with death. See THE SHADOW. 

SMITH, DODIE,. pseud. See BEESLEY, 
DOROTHY- GLADYS . 

SMITH, EDWARD PERCY. 

Dwindling male; a farce of the future 
in three acts by Edward Percy, 
pseud., & Mark Reed. O 4Sep43; 
D85240. Lilian Mary Smith Se Vli 
ginia B. Reed (W); 15Mar71; W,0 
Dwindling male; a farce of the future 
in three acts by Edward Percy, 
pseud., & Mark Reed. © 220c t43; 
D85790. Lilian Mary Smith & Vir- 
ginia B. Reed (W); 15Mar71; R502211. 

SMITH, LILIAN MARY. 

Dwindling male. See SMITH, 
EDWARD PERCY. 

STEPHANIE, GOTTLIEB, D. J. 

The abduction from the seraglio. See 
MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUS. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. 

The Green Hornet. Radio scripts. 
9 Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH) 
No. 

A-612. Going out of business. 
© l6Jul43; D84832. 5Apr71; 
R503904. 
A-613 . Traitor's reward. © I6jul43s 

D84833. 5Apr71; R503905- 
A-6l4. Dead men talk. © l6jul43; 

D84834. 5Apr71; R503906. 
A-615. Backfire. © 110ct43; 

D85671. 5Apr71; R5039O7. 
A-616. Official business. 
© 110ct4^; D85672. 5Apr71; 
R5039O8. 
A-617. Long distance. © 110ct43; 

D85673. 5Apr71; R505909. 
A-618. The murder gas. © 110ct43; 

D85674. 5Apr71; R50391O. 
A-619. Gasoline and the Hornet. 
© 110ct43; D85675. 5Apr71; 
R5039H- 
A-620. Oxford rises to shine. 
© 110ct43; D85676. 5Apr71; 
R503912. 
A-621. The knot. © 110ct43; 

D85677. 5Apr71; R503913- 
A-622. Detour to justice. 
© 110ct43; D85678. 5Apr71; 
R503914. 
A-623. The Green Hornet goes under- 
ground. © 4Dec43; D86198. 
5Apr71; R503915. 
A-624. The stamp tramps. © 4Dec43; 

D86199. 5Apr71; R503916. 
A-625. A map for murder. © 4Dec43; 

D86200. 5Apr71; R503917. 
A-626. The newsprint clue. 
© 4Dec43; D86201. 5Apr71; 
R503918. 
A-627. Bull in a china shop. 
© 4Dec43; D86202. 5ADr71; 
R503919. 
A-628. A touch of powder. © 4Dec43; 

D86203. 5Apr71; R503920. 
A-629. Hijack and the game. 

© 4Dec43; D86204. 5Apr71; R503921- 
A-630. Fire blitz. © 4Dec43; 

D86205. 5Apr71; R503922. 
A-631. Diamond in the rough. 
© 4Dec43; D86206. 5Apr71; 

R503923- 
A-632. The man who came back. 

© 4Dec43; D86207. 5At>r71; 

R503924 . 
The Lone Ranger. Radio scripts. 

© Lone Ranger Television, Inc. (PWH) 
Anniversary program, with incidental 

poem by Edgar A. Guest. 

© 22Feb<l3; D83444 . I8jan71; 

R4 98831. 



No. 

1543-756. No man's land. 
© 13Jan43; D82983. 13Jan71; 

R498518. 
1544-757. Heading north. 

ffi 13Jan43; D82984. 13Jan71; 

R498519. 
1545-758. Design for murder. 

© 13Jan43; D82985. 13Jan71; 

R498520 . 
1546-759- Rope's end. © 13Jan43; 

D82986. 13Jan71; R498521. 
1547-760. Law of the Apex. 

■Jan43; D82987. 13Jan71; 

R498522. 
1548-761. Dan's strange behavior. 

© 13Jan43; D82988. 13Jan71; 

R498523 . 
1549-762. A nephew is found. 

© 13Jan43; D82989. 13Jan71; 

R498524. 
1550-763. Murder's pay-off. 

© 13Jan43; D82990. 13Jan71; 

R498525 . 
1551-764. Murder will out. 

© 13Jan43; D82991. 13Jan71; 

R498526. 
1552-765. Mountain trap. 

: 13Jan43; D82992. 13Jan71; 

R498527. 
1553-767. Betty in trouble. 

© 13Jan43; D82993. 13Jan71; 

R498528. 
1554-768. Skull mountain. 

© 13Jan43; D82994. 13Jan71; 

R498529. 
1555-769. The bullet brigade. 

© 13Jan43; D82995- 13Jan71; 

R498530. 
1556-770. Showdown. © 13Jan43; 

D82996. 13Jan71; R498531- 
1557-770- A. Wagons westward. 

© 8Feb43; D83511- l8Jan71; 

■Rk 98840 . 
1558-771. The beaded holster. 

© 25Feb43; D83512- l8Jan71; 

R498841. 
1559-772- Live wire. © 8Feb43; 

D83262. l8Jan71; R498819- 
1560-773. Masquerade. © 8Feb43; 

D83263. l8jan71; R498820. 
1561-774. Sheriff by proxy. 

© 8Feb43; D83264 . l8Jan71; 

R4 98821 . 
1562-775. Trail's end. © 8Feb43; 

D83265. l8Jan71; R498822. 
1563-776. Honor parole. © 8Feb43; 

D83266. l8Jan71; R498823. 
1564-777. Red uprising. © 8Feb43; 

D83267. l8Jan71; R498824. 
1565-778. Double trouble. 

© 8Feb43; D83268. l8Jan71; 

R4 98825 . 
1565 -778- A. The gang in Forbidden 

Plain. © 22Feb43; D83445 . 

l8Jan71; R4 98832. 
1566-779. Six-guns smoke. 

© 8Feb43; D83269. l8Jan71; 

R4 98826 . 

Self-defense. © 8Feb43; 
l8Jan71; R498827. 
Bandits at bay. © 8Feb43; 
l8Jan71; R4 98828. 
The coward. © 8Feb43; 
l8Jan71; R4 98829. 
Stampede. © 8Feb43; 
l8Jan71; R498830. 
Double trouble . 
D83446. l8Jan71; 



1567-780 

D83270 . 
1568-781. 

D83271. 
1569-782. 

D83272. 
1570-783. 

D83273 . 
1571-784. 

© 22Feb43; 

R498833 • 
1572-785 . 

D83447 . 
1573-786. 

D83448 . 
1574-787. 

D83449. 
1575-788. 

D83450. 
1576-789. 

© 22Feb43; 

R498838. 



Thunder god. © 22Feb43; 
l8Jan71; R498834. 
Silver king. © 22Feb43; 
l8Jan71; R498835 • 
Marked money. © 22Feb43; 
l8Jan71; R4 98836. 
Jail bait. © 22Feb43; 
l8jan71; R498837. 
The Spanish quirt. 
D8345I. 18Jan71; 



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STRIKER, FRANCIS . -Con . 
The Lone Ranger. -Con. 

1577-790. Death and taxes. 
© 22Feb43; D83452. l8jan71; 

R4 98839. 

1578-791. Nester's gold. © 20Mar43; 

D83793. l8Jan71; R498842. 
I579-792. The fat man. © 20Mar43; 

D83803. l8Jan71; RU98852. 
1580-793. Double cross Waller. 

© 20Mar43; D83802. l8Jan71; 

R498851. 
1581-794. Placervllle posse. 

© 20Mar43; D838OI. l8jan71; 

R4 98850 . 
1582-795. Golden rule and the salt 

war. © 20Mar43; D838OO. l8Jan71; 

R498848. 
1583-796. Dan rides hard. 

© 20Mar43; D83799- l8Jan71; 

R498849. 
1584-797. Manpower versus steam. 

© 20Mar43; D83797- l8jan71; 

R498846 . 
1585-798. Wagons roll west. 

®-20Mar43; D83798. l8Jan71; 

R498847 . 
1586-799. The trumpet blows. 

© 20Mar43; D83795- l8Jan71; 

R498844 . 
1587-800. On the two front. 

© 20Mar43; D83796. l8Jan71; 

R4 98845 . 
1588-8OI. West of Clayton. 

© 20Mar43; D8379 1 * • l8Jan71; 

R498843 . 
1589-802. Aztec mystery. © 31Mar4;j; 

D83818. l8Jan71; R498853 . 
1590-803. Temple of the sun. 

© 31Mar43; D83819- l8Jan71j 

R4 98854. 
1591-804. Murder blooms at night. 

© 31Mar43; D83820. 22Mar71; 
R502928. 
1592-805. The fourth. © 8Apr43; 

D83876. 22Mar71J R50291 i +. 
1593-806. Dan's horse. © 8Apr43; 
D83875. 22Mar7l3 R502927. 
1594-807. Death comes to El Mundo. 

© 8Apr43; D83874. 22Mar7l3 

R502926. 
1595-808. Branded for murder. 

© 8Apr43; D83873. 22Mar71; 

R502925. 
1596-809. The masked miller. 

© 8Apr43; D83872. 22Mar71; 

R502924. 
1597-810. Stage to Sutter's Mill. 

© 8Apr43; D8387I. 22Mar71; 

R502923 . 
1598-811. The train wreck. 

© 8Apr43; D8387O. 22Mar71; 

R502922. 

Twenty-seven minutes to 
© 8Apr43; D83869. 22Mar71; 



1599-812 
death. 
R502921 

1600-813 . 



1601-814. 

D83867 . 
1602-815. 

D84223 . 
1603-816. 



Elkhorn Flats. © 8Apr43; 
22Mar71; R502930. 
Death warrant. © 8Apr43; 
22Mar71; R502929- , 
Without proof. © 13May43; 
22Mar71; R502915- 
The train wreck. 
22May43; D84328. 22Mar71; 
R502916. . 

l604-8l7. Twenty-seven minutes to 
death. © 22May43, D84329. 
22Mar71; R502917. 
1605-818. Gideon West. © 22May43; 

D84330. 22Mar71; R502918. 
1606-819. A white pearl button. 
© 22May43; D84331. 22Mar71; 
R502919- 
1607-802. The Cactus Kid. 
© 22Mar43; D84332. 22Mar71; 
R502920. 
1608-821. Run, sheep, run. 
© 22May43; D84333. 22Mar71; 
R502905. 
1609-822. Jericho. © 22May43; 
D84334. 22Mar71; R502906. 



1610-823. Rawhide or rhubarb. 

© 22May43; D84335- 22Mar71; 

R502907. 
1611-824. Death on four wheels. 

© 22May43; D84336. 22Mar71; 

R502908. 
1612-825. Gold and Galena. 

© 22Mar43; D84337 . 22Mar71; 

R502909. 
1613-826. Mixed brands. © 22May43; 

D84338. 22Mar71; R502910. 
l6l4-827. Coldwater Bridge. 

© 22May43; D84339. 22Mar71; 

R5029H. 
1615-828. The ring. © 22May43; 

D84340. 22Mar71; R502912. 
1616-829. Gunpowder. © 22May43; 

D84341. 22Mar71; R502913 • 
I617-83O. We live by bullets. 

© 22May43; D84342. 22Mar71; 

R502899- 
1618-831. Sundown in Sego City. 

© 4jun43; D84606. 22Mar71; 

1619-832.' Missouri queen. © 4jun43; 

D84486. 22Mar71; R 502902. 
1620-833. Fools gold. © 4jun43; 

D84485. 22Mar71; R502901. 
1621-834. Faith at Foxhead. 

© 4jun43; D84484. 22Mar71; 

R502900 . 
1622-835. The hammerhead. 

© 12Jun43; D84563. 22Mar71; 

R502903 . 
1623-836. The leather popper. 

© 12Jun43; D84564. 22Mar71; 
R502904. 
1624-837. The two-gun marshall. 

© 12Jun43; D84565. 22Mar71; 
R502894. 
1625-838. Skeleton Canyon. 

© 12Jun43; D84566. 22Mar71; 

R502895. 
1626-839. Jailbird's return. 

© 12Jun43; D84567. 22Mar71; 

R502896. 
1627-840. Border patrol. © 23Jun43; 

D84657. 22Mar71; R502898. 
1628-841. The truth and General Tay- 
lor. © 23Jun43; D84658. 

22Mar71; R502890. 
1629-842. Sam Holiday. © 23Jun43; 

D84659. 22Mar71; R502891. 
1630-843. Mariposa gold rush. 

© 23Jun43; D84660. 22Mar71; 

R502892. 
1631-844. The masked man's teacher. 

© 23Jun43; D84661. 22Mar71; 

R502893 . 

STUART, MARIE W. 

Hole in the wa'; a Scots play in one 
act. © 25Mar44; D88894 . Marie W. 
Stuart (A); 4Jun71; R506999- 

SYLVAINE, MARIE. 

Quiet in the forest. See SYLVAINE, 

VERNON. 
Warn that man. See SYLVAINE, 

VERNON. 
Women aren't angels. See SYLVAINE, 
VERNON. 

SYLVAINE, VERNON. 

Quiet in the forest; play in 3 acts. 
© 30Dec43; D86503. Marie Sylvaine 
(W); 3Mar71; R501643 . 
Warn that man; a play in 3 acts. 
© 31Dec43; D89121. Marie Sylvaine 
(W); 3Mar71; R501645. 
Women aren't angels; a farce in three 
acts. © 31Dec43; D88897 • Marie 
Sylvaine (W); 3Mar71; R501644. 



SYMONS, ROBERT E. 
Palestine plays. 
LAURENCE. 



See HOUSMAN, 



TALBOT, A. J. 

Eailoy's crowded hour; a comedy i 
act. © 70ct43; D86148. Margaret 
Talbot (C); 12Mar71; R502024. 

TALBOT, MARGARET. 

Bailey's crowded hour. See 
TALBOT, A. J. 

TAUBER, RICHARD. 

Old Chelsea. See ELLIS, WALTER. 

THOMAS, A. E. 

Portrait of a hero; 3 acts by A. E. 
Thomas & Patterson McNutt. 
© 15Aug42; D81622. Virginia T. 
Kilburn : Mrs. omas M. Kelly (UK 
of A. E. Thomas); 12Jun ( '0; TF.01993 . 



THOMAS, HELEN. 

Loads of love Helen; book & lyrics by 
H. Thomas; music by Helen Thomas & 
Robert Thomas. Book only. 
© 13Jun44; D89832. Helen Thomas 
(A); 6JU171; R507744. 

THOMPSON, A. A. 

Burning gold. See CARY, FALKLAND L. 

THOMPSON, J. LEE. 

Murder without crime; a play in 3 
acts. © 31Dec43; D88898. J. Lee 
Thompson (A); l8jan71; R499297 . 

THOMPSON, RANDALL. 

Solomon and Balkis (The butterfly 
that stamped) Opera in one act; 
libretto adapted from Just so 
stories, by Rudyard Kipling. 
© 22May43; D76244. Randall Thompson 
(A); 4Mar71; R502796. 

THOMSON, ALICE. See WHITE, ALICE 
THOMSON PETERS. 

THORNDIKE, RUSSELL. 

The house of Jeffreys: a play in three 
acts. © 30Sep43; D88494 . Russell 
Thorndike (A); 15Mar71; R502244. 

THORPE, WILLIAM. 

A girl, a guy and a gob; a comedy m 
three acts. Actor's script. 
(Longmans' 4-star Hollywood plays) 
Based on motion picture of the same 
title. © 27Aug43; D85309- KKO 
General, Inc. (PWH); lFeb71; 
R499981. 

TOBIAS, JAY. 

Mr. Beane from Lima; a farcicalamity 
in 3 acts. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© lApr43; D83847. Y. D. Adair (E) ; 
HMar71; R502154. 

TRAVERS, BEN. 

She follows me about; a comedy in 
3 acts. © 8Feb44; D86867. Ben 
Travers (A); 4Jun71; R506996. 

TURNER, BERYL KATHLEEN. 

Whiskers and Co. See JENNINGS, 
GERTRUDE. 

TWOMEY, KAY. 

Gentlemen, the president; by Jose 
Granscn & Kay Twomey. © 9May44; 
D8&997. Kay Twomey (A); llMay71; 
R506031. 



TYSH, FRED S. 
Old Chelsea. 



See ELLIS, WALTER. 



V 



VALERY, CLAUDE. 

Eupalinos. See VALERY, PAUL. 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



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VALERY, PAUL. 

Eupalinos; L'ami et la danse; Dia- 
logue de l'arbre. © 26Apr44; 
D95413. Claude Valery (C); 
6May71; Rf>05532. 

VAN DRUTKN, JOHN. 

Home ground; a Play In 3 acts. 

© 25May44; DU89059- Carter Lodge 
(E); 10Jun71; R507037. 

Voice of the turtle; a comedy in 3 
acts. © 10Mar44; D88452. Carter 
Lodge (E); 12Mar71; R5O2I65 . 



VINCENT, ALLEN. 
Forbid my tears. 



See ROTTER, FRITZ. 



VOSS, KITTY KEEPERS. 

Home tested recipe program; by Kitty 
Keepers Voss & William Freeman. 
© 17Sep43; CI5547. Kitty Keepers 
Voss & William Freeman (A); 10Feb71; 
R500902. 

The recipe exchange, by Kitty Keepers 
Voss & William Freeman. © 10Jun45; 
C15107. Kitty Keepers Voss & 
William Freeman (A); 10Feb71; 
R501050. 
Recipe exchange, by Kitty Keepers 
Voss & William Freeman. © 26Aug43; 
015449. Kitty Keepers Voss & 
William Freeman (A), 10Feb71; 
RS01051. 
We dream awhile; by Kitty Keepers 
Voss & William Freeman. © Kitty 
Keepers Voss & William Freeman (A) 
Program no. 

12. © 3Mar!*3; C15005. 10Feb71; 
R500901. 



14. © 3Mar43; C15004. 10Feb71; 
R500900 . 

26. © 3Mar43; CI5OO3. 10Feb71; 
R500899. 

VREELAND, FRANK. 

Mr. and Mrs. Smith; a comedy in three 
acts. Actor's script. (Longmans' 
4-star Hollywood plays) Based on 
motion picture of the same title. 
IB 27Aug43; D85308. RKO General, 
Inc. (PWH); lFeb71; R499980. 
Tom, Dick and Harry; a comedy In three 
acts. Actor's script. (Longmans' 
4-star Hollywood plays) Based on 
motion picture of the same title. 
© 27Aug43; D853IO. RKO General, 
Inc. (PWH); !Feb71; R499982. 



w 



WALDEN, WILLIAM. 

Metropole; a comedy in 3 acts. 

© HJan44; D86584 . William Walden 
(A); 15Jan71; R499047. 

WALSH, MILDRED SCHWAB. 

Bullseye for Sammy. See SCHWAB, 
LAURENCE. 

WATT, PETER. 

Snakes and ladders; a duologue by 
Peter Fraser, pseud. (French's 
acting ed., no. 285) © 31Dec43; 
D86847. Peter Watt (A); 4Feb71; 
R499873 . 



WEBB, JEAN. See 

CHICK CARTER, BOY DETECTIVE. 

WEBB, NANCY. See 

CHICK CARTER, BOY DETECTIVE. 

WERFEL, FRANZ. 

Jacobowsky and the Colonel. See 

BEHRMAN, S. N. 
Jacobowsky and the colonel. See 
ODETSj CLIFFORD. 

WHITE, ALICE THOMSON PETERS. 

Anniversary. See ROTHE, VELMA ROYTON. 
Are you Mr. Cherc- , > ;'iedy in 3 
acts by Alice Thomson & Velma I 
ton. © 8Jan44; D8t^59. Ali.v 
Thomson Peters White (A): 5May/l; 
R505^25- 

WILDER, ALEC. 

Don't look now; a musical comedy; 
book by Edwin Duerr & W. Engvick, 
lyrics by W. Envick, music by Alec 
Wilder. Book only. © 29Jun44; 
D90094. William C. Engvick (A); 
30Jun71; R508296. 

WILLIAMS, HERSCHFX. 

Janie. See BENTHAM, JOSEPHINE. 



WILSON, WILLIAM WOODROW. 

Small town revue; musical show. 

Libretto. © 23Jan43; D83235 . Wil- 
liam Woodrow Wilson (A); 20Jan71; 

R4 99104 . 



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An index to the titles of the registrations listed in the current and renewal sections. 
Omitted are titles of serials and other works which are entered under title in the 
first two sections. Below each title is the heading under which the main entry is to 
be found in the current or renewal section. Renewal registrations are identified by 
the symbol (R). 



A. Christian Borzo. 

GAVIGAN, JOHN MEDFOKD. 

A is for adultery but not I. 
DAVIDSON, GERALD G. 

ASAE executive newstape. 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ASSN. EXECUTIVES. 

AVT business calculating machines. 
MEDIA SYSTEMS CORP. 

AVT system. 

MEDIA SYSTEMS CORP. 

Aberdeen school of writing. 
RODDEY, GLORIA J. 

Abduction from the seraglio. 
MOZART, WOLFGANG. (R) 

Abolition of the House Un-American 
Activities Committee. 
BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F. , JR. 

Abomination. 

HAUGHT, JAMES A. 

Abraham Lincoln comes home. 
LAMPELL, MILLARD. (R) 

Abraham Lincoln, the fifth leg and mere 
words . 
BOSTON, ROBERT M. 

Absence of arc. 
STORY, EUGENIA. 

Abstractions, 

SPATZ, R. L., JR. 

According to plan. 

PEACH, L. DU GARDE. (R) 

According to reliable sources. 
WISBERG, AUBREY. 

Accounting -- adjusting entries. 
ROHR, CHARLES A. 

Ace boon coon. 
WESLEY, RICHARD. 

Acid for niggers. 
ANDERSON, JAMES B. 

Acoustic trauma: the newest insult. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 



Across the river. 
DAY, JAMES PAUL. 

Act of grace. 

NEILD, MARY. 

Act your age. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM F. (R) 

Action. 

TREMAYNE, MARK DANA. 

Actors • 

BRUNNER, MIRIAM F. 

Adam and Eve meet the atom. 
JOHNSON, ALBERT. 

Adaptation. 
MAY, ELAINE. 

Adaptation of President Lincoln's 
second inaugural address, March 4, 
1865. 

STREETER, BRUCE G. 

Adjuster orientation. 
INSURORS PRESS, INC. 

Adjusting entries. 
ROHR, CHARLES A. 

Advanced training techniques. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Advantages of re-marriage. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Adventures of Kit Pox. 
WILSON, PAGE HEDDEN. 

Adventures of Lucky One. 
APPLEBAUM, ARTHUR M. 

Adventures of Mr. Piper. 
SCHEIFELE, MARILYN. 

Adventures of the Lollipop Dragon. 
LOLLIPOP DRAGON PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Aerothing. 

GOVETT, HAROLD AVALON. 

Aert. 

ROLLAND, ROMA IN. 

Affairs of Starbara. 

G00DSON, JAMES DOUGLAS. 

After everything I doodle, doodle, 
doodle do. 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 



After the tree grows tall. 
STOM, FRED EUGENE. 

Afternoon of the black cow. 
SCOTT, CAROLYNNE B. 

Agriculture. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Agriculture and fishing. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Ah, Venus. 

DAVIS, DAN E. 

Ain't got no welfare Cadillac. 
. MORRISON, CAROL. 

Ain't that a damn shame. 
WATKINS, SAMUEL LESLIE. 

Airman's information manual. 
SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Al & big mama. 

SHANNON, JAMES EDWARD. 

Ala-ed-din, the Caliph, and the 
dreadful magician. 
PETTIT, PAUL BRUCE. 

Aladdin and his magic lamp. 
CHELMOW, SCOTT DAVID. 

Aladdin and the wonderful lamp. 
HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 

Alex Zeros' "The witches' brew" (A 
drink to unreason) 
SYMONS, WILLIAM. 

Algernon the ambulance. 
LANGAN, WILLIAM. 

All Baba and the forty thieves. 
HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 

Alice in wonderland. 

DODGSON, CHARLES LUTWIDGE. 
HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 
RAUCINA, THOMAS F. 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

Alice's adventures in Wonderland. 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

All heart's content. 
MARGETTS, RALPH E. 

All in one day. 
GAUTHIER, SHARON. 



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Jan.-June 



All or nothing. 
SHMELTSMAN, LEO. 

All over. 

ALBEE, EDWARD. 

All taxation is theft. 
ROBINSON, ROBERT ARTHUR. 

All the girls came out to play. 
JOHNSON, RICHARD. 

All those other dirty people. 
GUBERMAN, REUBEN. 

All together, like a family. 
JEFPERY, RANSOM SIMON. 

Alma pater: nourishing Father. 
NEMETH, JOHN STEPHEN. 

Almost Christmas. 

COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 

Alpha tour, no.l. 

RADCLIFFE, FREDERICK ROY. 

Alpha tour, no. 3. 

RADCLIFFE, FREDERICK ROY. 

Alphabet town. 

ABORN, HERMINE F. 

Alphabetic correspondence. 
CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Alphabetic filing -- individual names. 
ROHR, CHARLES A. 

Alphabetizing rules. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Alternatives. 

MOSS, JOHN IRVING. 

Alternics. 
PO-TING, IP. 

Aluminum chair. 
SOFFER, SAMUEL. 

Always April, never March. 
BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Amber gods. 

GODLEWSKI, GREGORY WALTER. 

America the beautiful. 
KELLEY, WINNIFORD DAVID. 

American dance: "ballet no.l. 
SAHLEIN, STEPHEN. 

American goldfinch revue. 
GEMMELL, JAMES L. 

American Gothic. 
ANDREWS, WILLIAM. 

American hero. 
BLAND, EDWARD 0. 

American love song. 

PREUITT, ELIZABETH MCCARTHY. 

American oath of fidelity. 
MCENERY, RED RIVER DAVE. 



American political journey. 
BRIDGMAN, JOHN. 

[American Salesmasters cassette 
recordings] 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

American showcase travel tapes. 
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSN. 

American way. 

WEBB PUB. CO. AGRICULTURAL SERVICES. 

America's children. 

ROUVEROL, AURANIA ELLERBECK. (R) 

America's greatest hero. 
ROGERS, HILLY F. 



American's night prayer. 
RUSCH, EDWARD A. 

AmPY 1 \. left 

HAUBENSTOCK-RAMATI, ROMAN. 

Ami et la danse. 
VALERY, PAUL. (R) 

Amo amas amat . 
SLAVIK; PETER. 

Amplifier series. 
.CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Amythos. 

SELTZER, RICHARD WARREN, JR. 

Anacin. 

MARLIN ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Anaerobic infections. 

MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Analytical model of hegemonial tension 
among Ghanaian elites, 1957-1966. 
NAYAK, SANJEEVA RAMCHANDRA. 

Anatomy & injuries. 
INSURORS PRESS, INC. 

Anatomy of America. 
SHIFLET, EARL JONES. 

Anatomy of crime and justice. 
CREAMER, J. SHANE. 

And a little child. 
WADE, JUANITA M. 

And David wept. 
LADERMAN, EZRA. 

And now, become pro. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

And on Sunday. 
HARTNETT, JOHN. 

And puppy dog's tails. 

PINE, PHILLIP E. 

And the . old man had 2 sons . 

LEVIN, ELIZABETH. 

And then they lived happily ever 
after. 
SPERLING, KAREN. 

And this captivity erase. 
BRUNER, ROGER ELLIS. 

And anon. 

JOHNSON, NANCY- JO ANNE. 

Andy's studio. 
LEBIAK, ANDREW. 

Anesthesia. 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Angela. 

STRICKER, LOUIS HENRY. 

Angelique, the good tooth fairy. 
KAYE, JONI. 

Angelitos negros. 
PONTE, ETTORE. 

Anges du peche. 

GIRAUDOUX, JEAN. (R) 

Anna Karenina. 

CARNAHAN, PETER M. 

Anniversary. 

ROTHE, VELMA ROYTON. (R) 

Anniversary program, with incidental 
poem. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 
Annonee faite a marie. 
ROSSELLINI, RENZO. 

Ann's allegro. 

PREUITT, ELIZABETH MCCARTHY. 

Another autumn day. 
TOWE, RONALD. 



Another day with Vic and Sade. 
RHYMER, PAUL MILLS. 

Anthem. 

AUTONELLI, ROLAND GILBERT. 

Anthony Burns. 

FKENI, PASQUAL N. 

Anthracite cathedral. 
TOWE, RONALD. 

Anthropologist looks at the family. 
METRAUX, RHODA. 

Antigone: borne and reborn. 
LYDENBERG, STEVEN. 

Antigone in the modern world. 
KEYS, MERELD D. 

Anti-Hitler resistance revisited: a 
group portrait of the German rescuers 
of Jews in the Nazi era. 
WOLFS ON, MANFRED. 

Antonia. 

KALMAN, CHARLES. 

Any name but Smith. 

HUDSON, ANDREW JACKSON, JR. 

Anyman. 

KATZ, FRED. 

Ape over Broadway. 
HERZ, ANDREW. 

Apparat . 

MANDL, THOMAS HERBERT. 

Applaud the dream. 
JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Apple of his eye. 
BRAUN, WILBUR. (R) 

Appleseed. 
GRACZYK, ED. 

Appletime. 

COMPTON, TODD. 

Application. 

JASTER, MARGARET S. 

Arab-Israeli confrontation: clash of 
Middle Eastern national liberation 
movements . 
AHARONI, SHAUL M. 

Arabian Nights. 

HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 

Archie's spectacular. 
VON KLEIST, CARL ERIC. 

Archy and Mehitabel. 
CROY, MAE SAVELL. (R) 

Are you Mr. Cherenki. 

WHITE, ALICE THOMSON PETERS. (R) 

Are you satisfied with your marriage. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Armageddon. 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Art of handling people. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Arthur. 

HORNSTEIN, JORDAN L. 

Arthur! A boy becomes king. 
PETERSON, GEOFFREY R. 

Artichoke . 

GLASS, JOANNA M. 

Article 58. 

MAYER, PAUL A VILA . 

As the stomach turns. 
RAUWORTH, MARY. 

As you like it. 

COMER, MARGARET. (R) 

Aseptic meningitis. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 



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TITLE INDEX 



85 



Askla of Africa. 
ACHILLE, MARCEL. 

Assassin. 

CARTER, JOHN D. , JR. 

Assassination, 1865. 
VAUGHAN, JOHN WALKER. 

Assembly language coding. 
CENTRAL COMPUTER CORP. 

Assessing and transmitting theological 
resources. 
WILLIAMS, COLIN W. 

Assumed benefit pension plan. 
DREYFUS SALES CORP. 

At-How-Nin. 

FEVES, GENE SEMENOV. 

At random. 

BURNETT, EARLE MOODY. 

At the bottom of the convolution. 
BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

At the sign of the Cardinal's hat. 
NEWMAN, SOL. 

Attention: all ambitious salesmen — 
listen to the sermon on the summit. 
ADAMS, QUENTIN B. 

Attraction of older men. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Au bal des chiens. 
FORLANI, REMO. 

Audifile no.l. 
BUSIEL, GEORGE. 

Audilex presents 1970 computax train- 
ing seminar. 
COMMERCE CLEARING HOUSE, INC. 

Audilex presents 1971 individual in- 
come tax refresher course. 
KESS, SIDNEY. 

Audilex presents year-end tax planning 
— including tax reform act. 
COMMERCE CLEARING HOUSE, INC. 

Audio reading progress laboratory. 
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Audition. 

SMITH, JOHN R. 

August 13th, 8:30 p.m. 
MONTROSE, DAVID. 

Aureng-Zebe. 
DRYDEN, JOHN. 

Author! Author. 

WILLINGHAM, FORREST JOSEPH. 

Automobile insurance policies. 
INSURORS PRESS, INC. 

Automobile salesman. 
PADGETT, W. KEITH. 

Automotive prospecting. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Automotive technology, M-2B. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS- 
TRICT (CALIF. ) 

Avatar. 

SIVERS, RICHARD H. 

Avenger. 

WITTLIN, THADDEUS A. 

A-wake-ning. 

MCGOWAN, RICHARD F. 

Awakening. 

MORRIS, WAYNE HARRIS. 

Award, award, award. 
BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Away from the low hills of New 
England . 
STIERNBERG, LOUISE. 



Awwk • 

KING, HAROLD R. , JR. 

Aztec mystery. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 



B 



Baby ghost. 

HOVE, THOMAS 0. 

Bacchae. 

FREUND, PHILIP. 

Back to school. 
LITVACK, BARRY. 

Backfire. 

SHEPHERD, GENE PAUL. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Bad luck, good luck. 
KORYBUT, WANDA. 

Bailey's crowded hour. 
TALBOT, A. J. (R) 

Bait. 

MANBER, DAVID. 

Baker's plays for amateurs. 
MARTENS, ANNE COULTER. 

Baker's royalty plays. 

CABLE, HAROLD. 

CALITRI, PRINCINE. 
HAWKRIDGE, WINIFRED. 

NEILD, MARY. 
TURNER, PHILIP W. 

Balance your budget. 
SCHANZER, BEVERLY. 

Ball game. 

GARDNER, ERIC WINSLOW. 

Ballad of old Johnson Gardner. 
BAUER, MARY J. 

Balloon. 

SCHLOSSER, RAY JERRY. 

Bandits at bay. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Banjo Bob. 

BURWELL, RICHARD E. 

Banyon . 

DA SILVA, RAUL. 

Barbier von Sevilla. 
ROSSINI, GIOACCHINO. 

Barbiere di Siviglia. 
ROSSINI, GIOACCHINO. 

Barefoot in the park. 
DE METRIUS, CLAUDE. 

Barine. 

DE MARTINI, THOMAS EUGENE. 

Barkum Bailey. 

COMPTON, JULEEN. 

Barney . 

MOLTNER, MURRAY. 

Barnyard. 

TANNER, MARION CARLTON. 

Barone avaro. 
NAPOLI, JACOPO. 

Barrel full of pennies. 
PATRICK, JOHN. 

Barry's friends. 

BUTTACI, SALVATORE ST. JOHN. 

Bartleby. 

ARVEY, RICHARD E. 

Base 12 cosmogony. 
DIOPHANTES, D. M. 

Basic arithmetic scripts. 
MOON, ROBERT G. 



Basic food. 

QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE, 
INC. 

Basic Infrared spectroscopy. 
COMMUNICATION SKILLS CORP. 

Basic lectures in group psychotherapy. 
STEIN, AARON. 

Basic primary causes and working prin- 
ciples of our world. 
POOL, CARL W. 

Basic radar and transponder. 
SANDERSON/TIMES MIRROR. 

Basic reading, series 1. 
VAN ROY, CAROL. 

Basic reading, series 2. 
VAN ROY, CAROL. 

Basic reading, series 3. 
VAN ROY, CAROL. 

Batman. 

BENSOL, OSCAR. 
BUTLER, BILL. 
HANEY, BOB. 
KASHDAN, GEORGE. 
KEENAN, BILL. 
MARKS, DENNIS. 

Be good or begone. 
KAPLAN, JACK ARNOLD. 

Beaded holster. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Bear. 

RIZZO, JEFFREY. 

Bears and d'raooses at school say I'm 
too fat sooo I'm not go in! ses 
Moose. 

CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

Beast on the throne. 
BERLIN, JOYCE EDWTNA. 

Beautiful gingerbread house. 
BENNETT, ARTHUR S. 

Beauty and the beast. 
KRENZKE, RAYMOND E. 

Because going nowhere takes a long time. 
SMILEY, SAM MAX. 

Because I was flesh. 

MILLER, LUIGIA M0RGOGLI0NE. 

Beclouded clouds. 

NIGHTINGALE, EDWARD M. 

Bed- bug. 

PINCUS, HERBERT JULIUS. 

Bed mates. 
PEARL, RUTH. 

Bedchamber mystery. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Bedtime Bible stories. 
STONE, ELAINE MURRAY. 

Beer bust. 

SHERMAN, JORY. 

Before the guns. 
PALMER, JOHN. 

Beggar in the court of Solomon. 
PURNELL, JANAIRE R. 

Beggars mounted. 

CATUCCI, JOSEPH PETER, JR. 

Beginning and the end. 
LEWIS, CARL H. 

Beginning multiplication. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Beginning of America. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 
Behalf of the laugh. 
DIAS, SUSAN. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-June 



Belinsky. 

GRANDMAISON, MAURICE WILFRED. 
Bendix man. 

ARONOW, FREDERICK D. M. 

Benedicta. 

WEISMAN, MARTHA. 

Beneficiaries. 

MARSHALL, HOWARD. 

Beowulf. 

SUCKE, GREER WOODWARD. 

Bernard Shaw's plays: Major Barbara. 
SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. 

Bertolt Brecht: collected plays. 
BRECHT, BERTOLT. 

Best is yet to be. 

APPLEMAN, MARJORIE ANN. 

Best lookin' man I ever saw. 
SCHANZE, RAYMOND A. 

Best of friends. 
ELWARD, JAMES. 

Besuch der alten Dame. 
VON EINEM, GOTTFRIED. 

Betty Belcher, office worker. 
CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Betty in trouble. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Between man and dog. 
LEVINE, DAVID. 

Beyond closed doors. 
BROME, GEORGE OLIVER. 

Bible story. 

HAUGHT, JAMES A. 

Big brother of the year, 1971. 
MILLER, JULIAN H., II. 

Big Sur. 

GAGLIANO, FRANK. 

Bill & William. 

SHANNON, JAMES EDWARD. 

Bill Monroe, pt.l: The creation of 
bluegrass . 
O'BRIEN, ROBERT E. 

Bill Monroe, pt.2: His classic songs. 
O'BRIEN, ROBERT E. 

Bills, wills, bills. 
BROWN, TERRY DAVE. 

Billy the kid. 
BINION, STEPHAN. 
SIMONS, JOHN TOWNES, JR. 

Bird of passage out of night. 
LYONS, SHEDRICK. 

Birdcage. 

TANNER, MARION CARLTON. 

Birds of a feather. 
NORMAN, HOWARD. 

Birkstein planet. 
MCILROY, EDWARD. 

Birth of Arab and Jewish nationalism 
in the Middle East. 
AHARONI, SHAUL M. 

Birth of Dixie. 

DURIEUX, LE ROY K. 

Bisclavret. 

HARSH, FRANK EUGENE. 

Bisogno della paura. 
SARZANO, LUIGI. 

Bitches are here. 

AUERBACH, DAVID MARTIN. 

Bitchy women. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 



Bits and pieces. 

FORGRAVE, THOMAS JEFFERY. 
HATCH, GEORGE, JR. 

Black Americans at work. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Black angel of Mont[e]cassino. 
PONTE, ETTORE. 

Black blues. 

PETERSON, GERALDINE. 

Black church: The power and the gap. 
LUCAS, LAWRENCE E. 

Black gown tree. 
STERN, ROBERT. 

Black Hannah. 
HOPKINS, SAM. 

Black history: Africa past, pt.l. 
PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. 

Black history: 1492-1865, pt.2. 
PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. 

Black history: 1865-I915, pt.3. 
PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. 

Black history: 1915-1970, pt.4. 
PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. 

Black is the patch. 

PATTERSON, LUCILLE CAROLYN. 

Black Mexican. 
ACHILLE, MARCEL. 

Black serpent. 

THE SHADOW. (R) 

Black teacher and the dramatic arts. 
REARDON, WILLIAM R. 

Black victory. 

LOMBARDINO, PASQUALE. 

Black voices. 

SMITH, CECIL ALONZO. 

Blackbird, blackbird. 
O'NEIL, BRIAN DANIEL. 

Blackburn's headhunters. 
FLINT, PAGE W. 

Blackfriars Shakespeare. 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Blackmail at the White House. 
HATCH, ELAINE F. 

Blackouts on the Presidency. 
LAROE, JAMES. 

Block - 12. 

BESMANOFF, RICHARD. 

Blockbuster. 

RICHONNE, RICHARD N. 

Blossom. 

MARRAPODI, ISABEL H. 

Blowup in A maj'or. 
RANDOLPH, JEREMY. 

'Blue dome. 

RHODES, ONNETTE LETHIN. 

Bluebeard. 

LUDLAM, CHARLES. 

Boarder. 

JACOBS, ROBERT A. 

Bob Larson speaks out on rock music. 
LARSON, BOB. 

Bobbie and Izzy- 

CHODOROV, MRS. EDWARD. 

Body keepers. 
DUMAS, MILDRED. 

Boheme. 

PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 



Bon voyage. 

MABLEY, EDWARD H. 

Bon voyage, schmuck. 
HO AG, WILLIAM. 

Bonanza: The brother. 
PURL, MICHAEL EMMETT. 

Book of changes . 
ISKER, KATHLEEN. 

Book review: Five patie- 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Boom cake. 

HERRON, RALPH H., JR. 

Border patrol. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Borgia. 

MAYER, ROBERT. 

Borgne est roi. 
FUENTES, CARLOS. 

Boss song. 

SCHULTZE, JAME 

Botchan. 

SCHMINKE, JANITH AUST. 

Bottomless pit of confusion and complexity. 
POOL, CARL W. 

Bouillabaisse a la marseillaise. 
WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION. 

Boule de Suif. 

SONZOGNO, GIULIO CESARE. 

Bouzingos. 

SCOZZARI, JOSEPH RICHARD. 

Bow in the clouds. 

JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Bowling, pt.1-8. 

BOURGEAULT, ROBERT A. 

Branded for murder. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Brass and grass forever. 
BILIK, JERRY H. 

Brave new world. 

EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC. 

Break-up of happy marriages. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Breakaway. 

THOMPSON, COLIN FREDERICK. 

Breakdown. 

WOODSUM, HARVEY. 

Breakfast in the bathtub. 
CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

Breaking of Indian treaty no.313. 
BROWN, TERRY DAVE. 

Breaking through. 
LIVINGSTON, JANE. 

Brethren. 

SNOWDON, EDWARD W., JR. 

Brick. 

FEELEY, JAMES TERENCE. 

Bridges. 

CAREY, BENNETT L. 

Bridges to the mind. 
CURTIS, S. J. 

Bridging the gap. 
BURNS, EVELINE M. 
CARY, W. STERLING. 
HENKIN, LOUIS. 
JORDAN, VERNON E. 
LINCOLN, C. ERIC. 
LINN, LOUIS. 
MCKAY, ROBERT B. 
SCHWEBEL, MILTON. 
SOFAER, ABRAHAM D. 
WALKER, LYNN JONES. 
WOOD, WILLIAM A. 



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87 



Brief hand. 
XEROX CORP. 

Brilliant leader of the forest of 
dreams. 
PLATE, NORMAN EDWARD. 

British dilemma. 

EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC. 

Britta. 

SCHUR, INGEBORG. 

Broadway Joe . 

DOYLE, WILLIAM A. 

Broken marriage. 

MAYER, JOSEPH ROBERT. 

Brother. 

PURL, MICHAEL EMMETT. 

Brotherhood of Augustus. 
MANN, RICHARD SHELDON. 

Brotherhood U.S.A. 
ARM, ELAINE HELEEN. 

Brothers. 

GODFREY, BERTHA. 
SEIDELMAN, ARTHUR ALAN. 

Brown overcoat. 
SEJOUR, VICTOR. 

Brown pelican. 

SKLAR, GEORGE. 

Bubbling death. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Buckskin Wolters. 
CURTIS, EDDIE. 

Buddhism and violence. 
WAYMAN, ALEX. 

Buddy & Jim. 

GALEWITZ, HERBERT. 

Budget allocation game. 
EATON, SETH ROBERT. 

Buffalo. 

DAVIS, JOHN F. 

Building the reflex. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Bull Brawn: you're sex crazy. 
ROOP, ROBERT VAUX. 

Bull in a china shop. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Bulldogs. 

STEVENSON, WILLIAM ADELL, III. 

Bullet brigade. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Bullseye for Sammy. 
SCHWAB, LAURENCE. (R) 

Bummer. 

ACKERMAN, HAROLD. 

Burial. 

GILLESPIE, C. RICHARD. 

Buried moon. 

MCCLOUD, MAUREEN. 

Burmese days. 

PETERKOFSKY, ALAN. 

Burning gold. 

CARY, FALKLAND L. (R) 

Burns Mantle yearbook. 

THE BEST PALYS OF 1969-1970. 

Business filing. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 
Busy as a beaver. 

BRAUN, WILBUR. (R) 



But come bad chance. 
WALKER, JAMES WILLIAM. 

But mother, everybody does it. 
SINGER, RAYMOND E. 

Butch and Bob. 

MACKLEY, DALE WALTER PATTON. 

Butcher bird. 
EDGLEY, LESLIE. 

Butterfly that stamped. 
THOMPSON, RANDALL. (R) 

Buy right. 

TELETAPE DETROIT CORP. 



C.D.S. skit kit 1. 
GUBERMAN, REUBEN. 

CO. 

SCHAFFER, SANFORD B. 

Ca n 1 arrive qu'aux autres. 
TRINTIGNANT, NADINE. 

Cabeza de piedra.. 
URBINA, MARCOS. 

Cache-cache. 
RAYNER, JOAN. 

Cactus Kid. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Caddie Woodlawn. 

BRINK, CAROL RYRIE. 

Caged. 

EICHMAN, MARK WILLIAM. 

Cain. 

CLARK, ISAAC EDGAR. 

Cain and Abel. 

FRITZ, JOHN CALVIN. 

Calamities. 

GARZILLI, ENRICO F. 

Calculation. 

LEBIAK, ANDREW. 

California. 

BOOKTAPE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Call for the.goochoo bird. 
BUEBENDORF, FRANCIS. 

Call me a psychopath. 
PALIC-PAVLOV, ELPIDIO. 

Calvary. 

ALLEY, DOUGLAS. 

Cameriera brillante. 
GOLDONI, CARLO. 

Campaign. 

COLANERI, JAMES E. 

Camping out with Romulus and Remus. 
LAMMERS, STANTON M. 



Campus comedy. 

MAIER, CHARLES MARTIN, III. 

Can you pretend. 

CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

Can you select a good doctor. 
SAINBURG, FRANK P. 

Cantatriei villane. 

FIORAVANTI, VALENTINO. 

Canterbury tale from the Wife of Bath. 
AMMANN, HERMAN OSCAR. 

Canterbury tales. 

AMMANN, HERMAN OSCAR. 

Canvas . 

ROSZKOWSKI, DAVID. 



Capital punishment. 

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F., JR. 

Captain Fantastic meets the ectomorph. 
PRITCHARD, BARRY. 

Captain Fifl's dream. 
KRAMER, HARVEY. 

Captain Hippy, U.S. Army. 
WARREN, HERRICK S. 

Caractacus. 

KENNEDY, MICHAEL. 

Career development laboratory. 
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Cariester County. 

RALEY, PAUL JAMES. 

Carmilia. 

JOHNSTON, BEN. 
LEACH, WILFORD. 

Carnivori. 

GILLESPIE, C. RICHARD. 

Carpenters. 

TESICH, STEVE. 

Carpet, a practical building material. 
TELETAPE DETROIT CORP. 

Carroussel lnfantll. 
BJAR, HADA. 

Cars — a cut above. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

case for morale. 

EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Case of the avenging brain. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Case of the barbecued starlet. 
REED, JOEL M. 

Case of the disturbed blue jay. 
APPLEBAUM, ARTHUR M. 

Case of the immortal beauty. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Case studies. 

DECISION-MEDIA, INC. 

Cash Office records clerk. 
HANDY (JAM) PRODUCTIONS. 

Cash score board address for radio & 
T.V. 
BURNS, EDWARD S. 

Cassandra. 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Castle on the Dee. 
LEVITT, DAVID. 

Castrating female. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Castro complex. 
ARRIGHI, MEL. 

Cat brings death. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Catalina Brougham and Bonneville, the 
new market-makers. 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Catalina, the value leader rides again. 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Catch a tartar. 
CHAMBERS, ROBERT. 

Catcher in the rye. 
URDAHL, RICHARD. 

Catholic historian looks at the work 
ethic. 
FOGARTY, GERALD, S. J. 



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Cavalcade of America. 
SCHWAB, LAURENCE. (R) 
Cavalcade of the West. 

JONES, LOYD. 
Cave named Ego. 

VELEZ DE MITCHELL, ANITA. 
Cave-out. 

CURRAN, GEORGE. 
Celebrate me. 

SCHAPPERT, EDNA. 

Celebrities. 

CARTER, ARTHUR. 

Celeste Noel. 

SAWYER, PERN ELIZABETH. 

Celia's dream. 

TEREFENKO, THOMAS. 

Center forward died at dawn. 
CUZZANI, AGUSTIN. 

Centrality of preaching. 
STANFIELD, V. L. 

Cepillo de dientes. 
DIAZ, JORGE. 

Ceremonies dans une mansarde. 
KAMWA, DANIEL. 

Ceremony of the soups. 
YOUNG, DOUGLAS M. 

Cessna datos de pre-vuelo. 
SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Cessna pilot center flight prep 1-11, 
section A-C narration. 

SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

C'est la vie. 

ALBERTSEN, DOROTHEA LOUISE. 

Chain smoker. 

CAVALLO, JOHNNY. 

Chairman of the board. 
RICHMAN, SOL. 

Chairman of the Board of Trustees. 
HARRIS, ROBERT TAYLOR. 

Challenge. 

HIRSCH, JO LESLIE. 

Challenge from the new left: Creative 
critique or cynical rejection. 
MCDERMOTT, JOHN J. 

Change . 

GESNER, CLARK. 

Change and. the changeless Gospel. 
SULLIVAN, JAMES L. 

Change please. 

FELDHAUS, LOUIS. (R) 

Changing law. 

CREAMER, J. SHANE. 

Changing spectrum of bacterial 
endocarditis. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Changing times radio. 

KIPLINGER WASHINGTON EDITORS, INC. 

Chapter and verse. 
DRIER. ETHEL. 

Charade. 

JOHNSON, PHILIP. (R) 

Charbroiled chinchilla. 
MCCLURE, MICHAEL. 

Charge and transfer methods. 
CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 



Charge it, please. 

HANDY (JAM) PRODUCTIONS. 

Charged compounds in solid or liquid 
rocket fuels. 
REARDON, JOHN EDWARD. 

Charisma. 

MCTOOTLE, NORWOOD I. 

Charismata. 

REMBISZ, JOSEPH, JR. 

Charity begins at home. 
ELLIS, WALTER D. 

Charles and his friends. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Charlie was here and now he's gone. 
TURNER, DENNIS LANCE. 

Charlotte Corday. 

DRIEU LA ROCHELLE, PIERRE. (R) 

Chasseur d'etoiles. 
JACOB, FRANCES. 

Cheat on your taxes, don't be a fool. 
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA 
CLUB, R. B. WORTHY HIGH SCHOOL, 

SALTVILLE, VA. 

Cheating husband, pt.l. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Cheating husband, pt.2. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Checkmate. 

SERRANO, FRANCISCO S. 

Cheer up : tomorrow could be worse . 
RISON, LAVERNE. 

Cheerful weather on the lake . 
REEVES, THEODORE. 

Cheese and wine party. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION. 

Chef. 

DRIEU LA ROCHELLE, PIERRE. (R) 

Chelm, undzer shtetl. 
WALETZKY, JOSHUA. 

Cherokee. 

JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 
QUANDOUR, MOHY I. 

Chest pain and cardiac syndromes. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Chevrolet's challenge of champions grand 
tour holiday • 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Chicano. 

SMITH, CHARLES FRANKLIN. 

Children hurrying home. 

SCHAVE, ELLSWORTH HAROLD, JR. 

Children of.Terezin. 
SMULOWITZ, ANNA MARIA. 

Chipmunks ' revenge . 
KAPLAN, JACK ARNOLD. 

Choctaw. 

JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Choice. 

GORLICK, HERTHA STRIKER. 

Choice is yours. 

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Chola. 

FLEISCHHACKER, DANIEL JAMES. 



Chris's sex education. 
FRIED, RICHARD. 

Christ for the cities — another 
language . 
JAMES, PAUL S. 

Christian selfless action and urban 
relocation. 
YOUNGER, GEORGE D. 

Christian, you're a phony. 
GRAHAM, HERMAN, JR. 

Christmas carol. 
AVERY, HELEN P. 
KERR, JACK. 

Christmas creep 
MCELFRESH, TOM. 

Christmas dream. 

CLARK, ISAAC EDGAR. 

Christmas gifts. 
JANSEN, GEORGE F. 

Christmas is a time of dreams. 
STAGGERS, DUANE A. 

Christmas tree. 
RINARD, IRVEN H. 

Chronicle of a poisoned dream. 
KALISON, MICHAEL JAY. 

Chrysalis. 

WAGSTAFF, FREDERICK J., JR. 

Chugwater social club. 
STALEY, WALTER L. 

Ciao bella. 
AYDIN, AYSEN. 

Cinderella. 

CHELMOW, SCOTT DAVID. 
TRAKTMAN, PEGGY SIMON. 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

Cinderellagame. 

RUMMO, PAUL-BERIK. 

Circe was no lady. 

NIGHTINGALE, EDWARD M. 

Circle game. 

HOUDE, MARY ELISE DONALSON. 

Circle of death. 
MILANE, JOHN J. 

Circles. 

HOWARD, DONALD. 

Circus. 

SCHLOSSER, RAY JERRY. 

City flower. 

KINGSTON, WILLIAM. 

Clarinet lessons. 
WARREN, TROY. 

Classic film scripts. 
RENOIR, JEAN. 

Classics of the Renaissance theater. 
HUSTON, J. DENNIS. 

Classroom. 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Classroom discrimination. 
PAGELS, CHARLES F. 

Clay pigeons. 

BROWN, ROBERT K. 

Clean sheets. 
JEGLUM, JACK B. 



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TITLE INDEX 



Clean slate. 

WACHTEL, ALBERT. 

Climax and pitch: Heidelberg College 
jazz ensemble preventive drug educa- 
tion show. 
HARRISON, ROBERT L. 

Climb to the summit of the mountain. 
ENGLUND, BRITA. 

Clinical recall. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Closing the sale. 

EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Cloud game. 

HARRIS, STEVEN WAYNE. 

Clown alley. 

CHARLAP, MORRIS. 

Clown company at a gathering. 
SCHIRING, LEE T. 

Clown company at the art show. 
SCHIRING, LEE T. 

Clown company birthday party. 
SCHIRING, LEE T. 

Clown of chocolate. 

MINICHIELLO, RICHARD R. 

Club of doom. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Clyde Moody. 

O'BRIEN, ROBERT E. 

Coat of many colors. 
HALABAN, EYTAN. 

Cobol. 

CENTRAL COMPUTER CORP. 

Cobol computer programming language. 
DEVTNE, EUGENE. 

Coccodrillo. 

BUCCHI, VALENTINO. 

Cock to Asclepius. 
WERTENBAKER, LAEL. 

Cocker spaniel. 

LEADER, JOAN PHYLLIS. 

Cockortwo. 

JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Cocktail therapy. 
GABOR, JIM. 

Coffeecake and caviar. 
ROTTER, FRITZ. (R) 

Cold rain in the summer. 
HERNANDEZ, CYNTHIA. 

Coldwater Bridge. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Collacocha. 

SOLARI SWAYNE, ENRIQUE. 

Collecion teatro, 655. 
VALLEJO, ANTONIO BUERO. 

Collection of one act plays. 
GILLESPIE, JERRY. 

College level recruiting and a system of 
selection. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

College ruined our daughter. 
HARMS, JOHN. 

Color capers. 

LETBETTER, PATRICIA ANN. 



Color games. 

VACHALEK, JOAN. 

Color me green. 

LEWIS, KATHRYN MONICA. 

Colorado for lovers. 
LEEDS, WARNER M., III. 

Columbus is coming. 
UBIETA, ENRIQUE LUIS. 

Column selection guide. 
SUPINA, WALTER R. 

Come again. 

PARIS, DENISE C. 

Come back to earth. 
EDMUNDSON, ARIEL. 

Come out, Grass Lake. 
HARVEY, RUSSELL M. 

Comedie et le vaudeville de 185O a 
1900. 
SIGAUX, GILBERT. 

Comedy. 

METSKY, IRA LEWIS. 

Comedy of Mr. Life. 

STRAM, THEODORE MARTIN, JR. 

Coming to terms with the radical view. 
NEVILLE, ROBERT C. 

[Commentary on the Ten Commandments, 
the natural law of reason] 
GOYKE, HENRY A. 

Commonsense cures for holdups. 
MAS INI, HUGO. 

Communicating persuasively. 
NIRENBERG, JESSE S. 

Communication. 

SEAVER, ROBERT a. 



Como la hierba. 
CASTRO, JUAN B. 

Complete poems of Emily Dickinson. 
THORNTON, KATHLEEN B. 

Complete surrender. 

ETCHEMENDY, MARIA BLANCA LIVINGSTON 
DE. 

Complete works of Shakespeare. 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Computador de aereonavegacion. 
SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Con. 

DIAL, WILLIAM. 

Conceptual criminalistics. 
KUHN, CHARLES DANA. 

Concern for people. 
GRAY, J. D. 

Conclusions . 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS- 
TRICT (CALIF.) 

Concrete canyon romance. 
BRENDLE, MARY. 

Condition red. 
HARMS, JOHN. 

Confessions of a Carpathian chanteuse. 
OLIVER, DONALD. 

Confessions of a neerophile. 
PALMER, JOHN. 



Confetti in the bathtub. 
OSBORN, CAROLYN C. 

Confidence man. 

O'CONNELL, RICHARD. 

Confucian humanism and the self amid 
depersonalizing forces. 
TU, WEI -MING. 

Congress, the President, war and peace. 
HENKIN, LOUIS. 

Consequence. 

CARTON, MICHAEL. 

Consider a happening. 
SCHADE, DONNA M. 

Considerations in radio communications. 
EVERSULL, KENNEN S. 

Consumer protection thru product 
assurance. 
QUALITY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES. 

Contact and qualification. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Contemporary black drama. 
OLIVER, CLINTON F. 

Contemporary drama. 
CLAYES, STANLEY A. 

Continuous progress laboratory. 
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Conto alia rovescia. 
BETTINELLI, BRUNO. 

Contraeeiones. 

MECHAM, WILLIAM H. 

Contraception heresy. 
LACKNER, JEROME R. 

Contract. . 

SPINNER, RALPH 0. 

Contributions in Afro-American and 
African studies, no. 3. 
REARDON, WILLIAM R. 

Controlling absenteeism. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Controlling peripheral vascular disease. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Controlling the hypernatremic state. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Conversations I never heard. 
SPATZ, R. L., JR. 

Cop and a robber. 
HARDY, ROBIN A. 

Cop and the robber. 
RODALE, JEROME I. 

Cordelia. 

SCHWARTZ, HOWARD. 

Corky Stork. 

MILLER, MARY B. 

Corpse in the cab. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Corresponding to the recorded dictation. 
SAINT GERMMN PRESS, INC. 

Corruptible crown. 

EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC. 

Cottage. 

POWELL, F. AMOS. 



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Cottage for the executioner. 
WOOD, JEFFERY HARRAH STAIR. 

Could I have my wife back please. 
PELL, OTTO. 

Counseling before marriage. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Count down. 

BETTINELLI, BRUNO. 
LEIBU, DOLLEE. 

Count Dracula. 

DEANE, PAUL CECIL. 

Countess is back. 
LASZLO, ANDREW. 

Counting to 100. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Countries and resources. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Countryside closeup, Miami to Detroit. 
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSN. 

Countryside closeup, Miami to New 
Orleans. 
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSN. 

Countryside closeup, Miami to New 
York. 
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSN. 

Coup. 

HILL, WALLACE H. 

Course of our times. 
SACHAR, ABRAM L. 

Courtnie ' s question. 
VIRGIL, STEPHEN E. 

Courtship of Miles Standish. 
LEWIS, DOROTHY R. 



Cousins. 

TONDREAU, ROBERT GEORGE. 

Coward . 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Cowboy Chubby 1 s Christmas. 
ROBERTSON, 0. J. 

Creating a salable listing. 
ROCKET PICTURES, INC. 

Creation. 

ROSENBERG, IRA. 

Crimes. 

SABO, KENNETH B. 

Crisis after crisis after crisis. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Cristina y Leonor. 

PASCUAL, JOSE MARIA IZQUIERDO. 

Cristoval Colon, the bogus count from 
Genoa. 

ELFENBEIN, JULIEN. 

Cross and the Resurrection. 
WARD, WAYNE. 

Cross your heart, and hope to die. 
SAL A, EDWARD ROSS. 

Crossing from x. 

BAILEY, JESSE K., JR. 

Crow. 

JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Cruce sobre el Niagara. 
ALEGRIA, ALONSO. 



Cry havoc. 

KENWARD, ALLAN RICHARD. (R) 

Crybaby. 

MCKINLEY, MARK B. 

Crying dog. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Cubes. 

KRAMISEN, RICHARD S. 

Cueva llamada Ego. 

VELEZ DE MITCHELL, ANITA. 

Cup of love. 

DORN, BARBARA C. 

Cure. 

WEAVER, NEAL. 

Curry dinner. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION. 

Curses be the devil. 
RICHTSON, NANETTE. 

Curtain call, Mr. Aldridge, sir. 
DAVTS, OSSIE. 

Cyclone. 

KOHLER, STUART A. 



Cymbeline. 

TROKA, BOBBY. 



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DC-100 series. 
CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

DDT. 

NAF, ULRICH. 

Daedalus. 

SLEMMONS, DAVID ROBERT. 

Dairy products. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Daisy does it. 

MCMANE, JUDITH GILHOUSEN. 

Dama del barrio. 
GALLARDO, YOLANDA. 

Dan rides hard. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Dance for a naked lady. 
O'REILLY, MICHAEL D. 

Dance forRegina. 

MONTLEY, PATRICIA ANN. 

Dance of death. 

MAYER, PAUL A VI LA. 

Dance of Tempestu. 
HAMPTON, MYRTLE. 

Dance with the devil. 

GAVIN, FREDERICK JOSEPH. 

Dancing mice. 
PATRICK, JOHN. 

Danger of generalities. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Daniel. 

FLANDERS, ALDEN B. 

Dan's horse. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Dan's strange behavior. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 
Dark roots. 

FRANK, BERNHARD. 
Darts and flowers. 

COLBERT, ROBERT AUGUSTINE. 
Daseirt. 

TILLER, J. W. 



Data processing & microfilming. 
CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Date with death. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Daughter of Dr. Jekyll. 
APPELL, DON. 

Day! Break! Down. 

DE GRAZIA, ALFRED JOSEPH, III. 

Day I learnt respect. 
ALCAMO, JOHN. 

Day in the life of a genius. 
HARTY, VINCENT. 

Day in town. 
NORMAN, ANN. 

Day my mother lost her temper. 
CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

Day on the river. 
OSBORN, CHARLES S. 

Day that Capt. Goodday saved the day. 
BROWN, TERRY DAVE. 

Days*Ease fly-trap. 
PHILLIPS, KALMAN. 

Days of the dancing. 
BRIDGES, JAMES. 

Dead men talk. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Dead on. 

MAGISTRETTI, PAUL ALLAN. 

Dead witness. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Deadly bond between the right and the 
wrong. 
MCCRAE, DAVID V. 

Dealers in despair. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Dear Doctor Hip Pocrates. 
NOLAN, ROY. 

Dear Miss Peabody. 
MURRAY, WARREN E. 

Dear old golden rule days. 
BENEDICT, STEWART H. 

Dear Oscar. 

FIEGER, ADDY 0. 

Death after dark. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Death also weeps. 

GAVTN, FREDERICK JOSEPH. 

Death and taxes . 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Death at dawn. 
EMERY, ROBERT J. 

Death comes to El Mundo. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 



Death in the pines. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 

Death in the tomb. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Death makes the headlines. 
THE SHADOW. (R ) 

Death never knocks. 
BUFFER, JOE. 



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Death of a television set. 
KING, ARTHUR H., JR. 

Death of Mr. Christ. 
TARPLEY, PHILIP N. 

Death on four wheels. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Death ride. 

THE SHADOW. (R) 

Death stalks at night. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Death to the Shadow. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Death warrant. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Death's jest-book. 
O'CONNELL, RICHARD. 

Debits and credits. 
ROHR, CHARLES. 

Decadent 1960's. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Decision. 

CHODOROV, EDWARD. (R) 
PERLMUTTER, LEONARD L. 
VIRGIL, STEPHEN. 

Defuse the population bomb. 
CHUBB, LOUIS. 

Deja vu. 

YAFFE, STEPHEN HARRY. 

Delerium. 

'.AN, JORY. 

Delicate octuplicate. 
MOON, FRANCIS DAMON. 

Demain la veille. 
BOND, EDWARD. 

Demonstrating property versus showing 
property. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Descendants of Shakespeare. 
WILLIAMS, HOWARD. 

Design for murder. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Despondent wife. 
NORWOOD, DOROTHY. 

Destine. 

DINNER, MICHAEL J. 

Destiny. 

BEASLEY, JAMES ::. 

Destruction of Monastery 9. 
YOUNG, DONALD JORDEN. 

Detailed job inspection system, DJI. 
BABBIDGE, ROBERT F. 

Detecting silent abdominal murmurs. 
MANN, KINGS LEY M. 

Detour to justice. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Deutschlandlied heil dir. 
77RRINI, PETER. 

Deux amis. 

HAMMOND, JOAN. 

Devil and Daniel Webster. 
MACLEISH, ARCHIBALD. 

Devil and Geraldine. 
SCHMIEG, JOSEPH P. 



Devil sells out. 
RAYNER, JOAN. 

Devil to pay. 

MICHELINIE, DAVID B. 

Devil wears clodhoppers. 
ULTIMA PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Diabetes: Errors in urine testing. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Diabetics: reducing self-management 
errors . 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Diagnosing gonococcal arthritis. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Diagnosing hiatus hernia. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Diagnosing prostate disease. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Diagnosis of systemic mycoses. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Dialogue de l'arbre. 
VALERY, PAUL. (R) 

Diamond in the rough. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Diana. 

HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

Diary of a hairdresser. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Diary of a mobile telephone. 
CIANCI, ROBERT G. 

Diaspora two. 

MARKS, NEIL ALAN. 

Diction. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS- 
TRICT (CALIF.) 

Did you see what I think I saw. 
SIMPSON, ROBERT. 

Different kinds. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Differential amplifier. 
CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Digging for gold. 
HOLLOWAY, GRAHAM. 

Dilemma at evergreen. 
POWELL, LEROY EMERSON. 

Diligence and a good woman. 
ANDERSON, HENRY JOSEPH. 

Dindon. 

GROSSMAN, SUZANNE. 

Dinosaur's road. 

CRYPT, JAMES DELWYN, pseud. 

Diode circuit analysis. 
CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Diode models. 

CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Diode series. 

CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Dirty air is everywhere. 

CENTER FOR MODERN DANCE EDUCATION. 
JACOBS, JUDITH." 

Dirty old man. 

CUNNINGHAM, DANIEL H. 

Disappearance of ubell. 
MAGDALANY, PHILIP. 



Disassoclation: implications for 
environment. 
CLARKE, DAVID SCOTT. 

Disbarment, U.S.A. 
ILLMAN, HARRY R. 

Discovering rocks and minerals 
CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Disease: challenge to the new way of 
life. 
NAF, ULRICH. 



Dissection of a frog, pt.l. 
PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. 

Dissection of a frog, pt.2. 
PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. 



Dissenter. 

WALLENSTEIN, JOSEPH B. 

Distinguishing characteristics of 
organisms. 
NAF, ULRICH. 

Distraction. 

PETERSON, GREGORY. 

Divertimento. 

HAUBENSTOCK-RAMATI, ROMAN. 

Divorcees. 

ANDERSON, AXEL LEVY. 

Dixie: the Dan Emmett story. 
RUEF, JAMES L. 

Do it even if it hurts. 
CORLL, JACOB R. 

DO married men yearn for bachelorhood. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Do nuns wear pantyhose. 

LUBETKIN, STEVEN. 

Do the sexes dress for each other. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Do we need public schools. 
BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F. , JR. 

Do you take this man. 
HOTCHNER, A. E. 

Do you want to be a Cossack. 
SCHLOSSER, RAY JERRY. 

Dr. God. 

MATLOSZ, DONALD LOUIS. 

Doctor has a daughter. 
BATSON, GEORGE. (R) 

Dr. Law & the ailing clubwoman. 
BREVARD PARLIAMENTARY LAW UNIT. 

Doctors disagree. 

MELONEY, ROSE FRANKEN . (R) 

Doctor's orders. 

KLEEMAN, KENNETH L. 

Documentary control system for distri- 
bution. 
BRANDIFINI, JOHN. 

Does your child need the doctor. 
SAINBURG, FRANK P. 

Dog-pound. 

LIPSCHUTZ, PAUL. 

Doing science discovery series. 
BODLEY, ROGER W. 



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Dola. 

STURGES, THOMAS R. 

Dollmaker's dream. 
REEB, PAULINE K. 

Don Dimas de la Tijereta. 
PEREZ BARRETO, SAMUEL. 

Don Juan. 

POQUELIN, JEAN BAPTISTE. 

Don Juan complex. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Don't be a buddy, be a boss. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Don't fall your lovln' daddy, Lily 
Plum. 
SCHLOSSER, PETER. 

Don't forget to feed the burglar. 

SORKIN, GERALD B. 

Don't leave me alone. 
JOHNSON, WALLACE. 

Don't look back, the Furies follow. 
YORRA, MYRON SETH. 

Don't look now. 
WILDER, ALEC. (R) 

Don't tell them. 

EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Don't you wanna be a hero, Billy 
Jones. 
SMITH, NORMAN K. 

Donut, go gentile into that good knight. 
FONTANA, THOMAS M. 

Doodlebug picnic . 

LYNCH, HAROLD V., JR. 

Double cross Waller. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Double disguise. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Double trouble. 

CARLSON, JOHN GUNNAR. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Double V. 

DUSOLIER, FRANCOIS. 

Douce-amere. 
POIRE, JEAN. 

Downtown. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Dracula. 

DEANE, PAUL CECIL. 

VAN DIEST, NORMAN H. 

Dragon and the flower. 
NOBLE, DENNIS E. 

Dragon in noodle-loony. 
HIRSCHMAN, DORIS. 

Dragon slayer. 

MILLER, KATHERINE E. 

Dragons live forever. 
GALLAGHER, MICHAEL. 

Draino. 

LILLING, WILLIAM A. 

Dream of Claudia Procla. 
BENNETT, JOHN MCGREW. 

Dream on Monkey Mountain and other 
plays . 
WALCOTT, DEREK. 



Dreifaehe Traum von der Maschine. 
MANDL, THOMAS HERBERT. 

Dreyfus portable sales seminar. 
DREYFUS SALES CORP. 

Driftwood tree. 
SHOULER, DAVID R. 

Drill presses and lathes. 

MORELAMD-LATCHFORD PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Drink to unreason. 
SYMONS, WILLIAM. 

Drink you fooli. 

SCHLOSSER, RAY JERRY. 

Drinking gourd. 

HANSBERRY, LORRAINE. 

Drinking on a date. 
SHERMAN, JORY. 

Drum lathe operation. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF. ) 

Drums of death. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Drums of doom. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Drunkard. 

BACHTOLD, KEN. 

Drunken hillbillie. 
CECIL, WILLIAM E. 

Dry county in Georgia. 
SNYDER, JOHN MCKENZIE. 

Duel. 

FEED, BRUCE. 

Duet. 

MAYER, JOSEPH ROBERT. 

Duke in darkness. 

HAMILTON, PATRICK. (R) 

Dukie run. 

BANGS, GERALD F. 

Dwarf sepulchre. 
ALBO, JOHN. 

Dwellers in the loft. 
WALLACE, GERALD. 

Dwindling male. 

SMITH, EDWARD PERCY. (R) 

Dynamic investing for profit. 
BOYLE, THOMAS JOSEPH. 

Dynamics of the human resource. 
WRIGLEY, BRUCE H. 

Dynasty. 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 



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E-Z learner study text. 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Each day is the first day. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Eagles don't flock. 
SPITZER, MURRAY. 

Fames girl. 
KAPLAN, SOL. 

Early morning. 
BOND, EDWARD. 

Early stages production, program no. 5. 
LOBL, MURIEL. 



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East of needles and north of the stars. 
WEHRLE, CLARE L. 

East of the sun. 
LOBL, MURIEL. 

Easter egg that wouldn't hatch. 
MIDDLETON, DORIS RAYNON BLOCK. 

Eat a rat . 

BUCHANAN, GEORGE RICHARD. 

Eat up. 

MAXWELL, TOM G. , JR. 

Ecological revue of unified sensibility 
including current wedding rituals of 
the Catholic Church and the chess 
joke. 
EAGAN, THOMAS. 

Ecology will please come to order. 
DONNELLY, ELIZABETH N. 

Economics of the elections. 
RINFRET, PIERRE A. 

Eddy's homespun gun. 
MCCRAE, DAVID V. 

Edge of fury. 

SYLVESTER, W. W. 

Education to fit each child's need and 
each parent ' s dream. 
SCHWEBEL, MILTON. 

Effect of America's foreign policy on 
its youth: dread, drive and dollars: 
loose energy. 
LITVACK, BARRY. 

Effective notetaking. 
XEROX CORP. 

Effective prayer. 
MORTON, PETER G. 

Effective reading. 
XEROX CORP. 

Eight beginning, lessons for teaching 
typewriting by electronics. 
ETIER, ANDREW FABORN. 

Einbahnstrassen und Ruckfahrkarten. 
MANDL, THOMAS HERBERT. 

Either/or. 

LEITER, ROBERT A. 

El and Flo talk show. 
KELLER, FLORENCE J. 

Electing election economics. 
RINFRET, PIERRE A. 

Electra.. 

YORRA, MYRON SETH. 

Electronic surveillance. 
FOGLE, ROBERT C. 

Elegy in the keys C -- o'D. 
HARTY, VINCENT. 

Elegy of life. 

PAZANDAK, ALEXANDER. 

Elementary typewriting. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS- 
TRICT (CALIF. ) 

Elephant takes a bath. 
WILSON, PAGE HEDDEN. 

Eliminating the chance of failure. 
HERMAN, FRED. 

Elkhorn Flats. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Ember tragediaja. 
RANKI, GYORGY. 



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Embezzlement by computer. 
GILBERT, LEONARD. 

Emily Dickinson letters. 
THORNTON, KATHLEEN B. 

Emily of Amherst: an impression. 
THORNTON, KATHLEEN B. 

Emma. 

LINDSAY, JOHN. (R) 

Emotional security for each and all. 
LINN, LOUIS. 

Emperor's new clothes. 
ALESSI, LILLIAN. 

Employee theft. 

VERRILL, ADDISON H. 

Employment of the physically handicapped. 
MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS- 
TRICT (CALIF.) 

Empty ritual. 

HARVEY, LWEIS ANTHONY. 

£En que piensas. 

VILLAURRUTIA, XAVIER. 

En route to education. 

SCHOOLWAY TRANSPORTATION CO., INC. 

Enact. 

MUSSMAN, LINDA L. 

Encounter. 

LIEBENSPERGER, MERLE LESLIE. 
ZAVIDOWSKY, BERNARD. 



Encounter with the Red Baron. 
KENNAMER, HIROM MONROE, JR. 

Enemy . 

WILKS, PETER Y. 

Enigmas I-VI. 

MENSCH, BERNARD. 

Enrichment program in learning to tell 
time. 
GUMER, KATHRYN. 

Enrico IV. 

PIRANDELLO, LUIGI. 

Enrique Blanco. 
OLIVER, FIDELI. 

Entrapment. 

JONES, JOSETTE. 

Envelope man. 

DE MARTINI, THOMAS EUGENE. 

Envy. 

DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Ephrata. 

NEUSBAUM, FRANK. (R) 

Epstein's mother. 
MENSCH, BERNARD. 

Equality for women. 
WALKER, LYNN JONES. 

Equality of the sexes. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Eris. 

FALK, LEE. 

Eros & Psyche. 

ARGUE, JOHN THOMAS. 

Escape. 

LEVINSON, GARY D. 
WALKER, JOHN HERBERT. 

Escape of Bela Varga. 
BROWN, RICHARD KENNEDY. 



Escapists. 

LUDWIG, MYLES ERIC. 

Escort. 

KELLMAN, BARNET K. 

Essential Lenny Bruce. 
BARRY, JULIAN. 

Essentials of selling equity products. 
NAUHEIM, FERD. 

Establishment. 

SKEFLET, EARL JONES. 

Eternal triangle of success. 
HANDY (JAM) PRODUCTIONS. 

Ethical apology for violence: Ours — 
theirs. 
TODD, ALBERT C, JR. 

Ethics of real estate selling. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Eupalinos. 

VALERY, PAUL. (R) 

European vs. American wives. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Euryanthe. 

WEBER, CARL MARIA VON. 

Eux. 

MANET, EDUARDO. 

Evangelism and the modern mood. 
CHAFIN, KENNETH L. 

Even now. 

MARSH, GEORGE HILLS. 

Evening of plays. 
CHURLEY, G. M. 

Evening with Omar the incredible. 
CLEWELL, RICHARD N. 

Every day you live you're closer to 
being the oldest person on earth. 

ROSENTHAL, BEN J. 

Everybody's world at Broadway and 
Powell Streets. 
PHILLIPS, JOBYNA. 

Evolution of the black man through 
music. 
YAHYA, ABDU-RASCHID. 

Evolution of the modern golf swing. 
YANCEY, BERT. 

Ewige Gatte. 

LIEBLEIN, WALTER. 

Executive newstape. 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ASSN. EXECUTIVES. 

Exhibition, paley Library, 25 oil 
paintings . 
FRANKLIN, CHARLOTTE WHITE. 

Experiment in beauty. 
COPANI, PETER. 

Experiment in the use of Brecht ' s epic 
style and didactic form for the 
dramatization of contemporary prob- 
lems. 
STEVENS, JAMES A. 

Explora tapes — language explorations. 
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Explora tapes: Math explorations. 
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Explora tapes: Science explorations. 
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Explora tapes: Social studies explora- 
tions. 
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 



Explosion detection devices. 
REARDON, JOHN EDWARD. 

Express yourself II. 
WRIGHT, CHARLES. 

Extinction of megafauna during the 
Pleistocene. 
HAF, ULRTCH. 

Eye contact. 

MT. SAN JANCINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS- 
TRICT (CALIF.) 



F 



F day. 

AVNET, I. DUKE. 

Fabulous Miss Marie. 
BULLINS, ED. 

Fag. 

KUSHNER, WILLIAM. 

Fairysmoke . 

FLETCHER, JACK. 

Faith and freedom — our nation under 
God, an American cavalcade. 
NANNES, CASPAR HAROLD. 

Faith at Foxhead. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Fall of Atlantis. 
STORY, EUGENIA. 

Falling away from the acid time: a 
triptych. 
LITVACK, BARRY. 

False lover. 

MCMILLEN, ELIZABETH. 

Falsificaciones. 
DENEVI, MARCO. 

Falstaff . 

VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

Family. 

BERNSTEIN, SAMUEL J. 

Family entertainment. 
HAMILTON, JAY. 

Family secrets. 

SEWALL, N. ROBINSON. 

Family together. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Fan club. 

HOGAN, ROBERT. 

Fan tree. 

KRUESI, GERALDINE F. 

Fantasy. 

MANGANO, FRANK. 

Farteur. 

NOBLE, DENNIS E. 

Fascinating world of carnivorous plants. 
MILLER, HOWARD A. 

Fashions & fate of '70. 
JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Fast decision. 
KOLAR, ARPAD. 

Fat boy. 

LEON, FELIX. 

Fat man. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Father at work. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Father's. Day. 
HAILEY, OLIVER. 



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Jan.-June 



Faust, III. Tell. 
TURRINI, PETER. 

Feed them, clothe them, graduate them. 
GLECKMAN, ERNEST. 

Feedback. 

CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Feminist movement. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Fensterheim. 

LICHTMAN, PAUL BERNHARD . 

Fermat's last theorem: a proof. 
DUNCAN, ROBERT LIGHT. 

Ferryboat. 

BARLOW, ANNA MARIE. 

Fever of living. 

ROOS, FRANCES HOMER. 

Few minutes. 

HEILEMAN, REGINA . 

Few more minutes. 
HEILEMAN, REGINA. 

Fibber McGee and Molly. 
Q.UINN, DON. (R) 

Fifty-first dragon. 

VERKOUTEREN, J. ADRIAN. 

52 weeks ago. 

PARMELE, GILBERT. 

Fifty year game of gin rummy. 
FELDMAN, DAVID. 

Fight. 

J ASTER, MARGARET S. 

Filet of sol. 

GARDNER, BRENDA MAE. 

Film de Bethanie. 

GIRAUDOUX, JEAN. (R) 

Fils de personne. 

MONTHERLANT, HENRY DE. (R) 

Fils des autre s. 

MONTHERLANT, HENRY DE. (R) 

Filthy weed. 

LENTZ, ROBERT L. 

Final cut . 

INLENDER, AVRAHAM. 

Finalizing the sale . 

INDIANER (PAUL) & CO., INC. 

Finding people to sell. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Fingerprint lifting. 
BRISTOW, ALLEN P. 

Fire blitz. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Fire in the dunes. 
LA VOTE, HENRY. 

Fire is my nature. 
SMITH, MARJORIE M. 

Fire prevention and protection. 
BUZBY, WALTER J., II. 

Firing line. 

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F. , JR. 

First & second parts of King Henry IV. 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

First bomb. 

RAWLINGS, PAUL B. 

First Christmas tree on the moon. 
CATON, MARION. 

First landing of Columbus. 
D'ARIANO, REGINA MARIA. 



First plays for children. 

GOTWALT, HELEN LOUISE MILLER. 

First three minutes. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

First woman cadet at West Point 
Academy. 
KROUSE, MORTON. 

Fish and seafood. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Five-bar-gate-jumps-and-over sort of 
stuff. 
DIEDERICH, JAMES ROBERT. 

5 comedies. 

SCANLAN, DAVID. 

Five faces of Eve. 

TELETAPE DETROIT CORP. 

Five major plays. 
WILDE, OSCAR. 

Five patients. 

MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Five revue sketches. 
BLAKE, GARY. 

Flame and cedar. 
FREUND, PHILIP. 

Flamenco funk show. 
BIRD, JOHN. 

Flames of death. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Flare of the peacock. 
LIEBSON, LAURENCE S. 

Fleche de Dieu. 
SLOVES, HENRI. 

Flesh between the fingers. 
REGENBAUM, KENNETH. 

Fliegende Koffer. 
HALTINER, FRED. 

Flight plan, checkpoint 1-6. 
HENDERSON, JOHN LAWRENCE, JR. 

Flophouse. 

BALLOU, EDWARD GEORGE. 

Florist shop. 

HAWKRIDGE, WINIFRED. 

Flowering peach. 
RODGERS, RICHARD. 

Flowers, fruits and seeds. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Fluggastes and the blind man. 
ACKERMAN, HAROLD. 

Flypaper. 

DA SILVA, RAUL. 

Follow the Sugmad. 
HALD, MARY. 

Food stamps . 
BEIM, NORMAN. 

Pnod^ top G3.t 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Fools gold. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Football: The trauma of the drama. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

For always. 
EWING, ROGER. 

For better or worse. 
ERSKINE, CHESTER. (R) 

For heaven's sake, Sweeney. 
BUTTACI, SALVATORE ST. JOHN. 



For the love of Art. 
PAVEY, HAROLD C. 

Forbid my tears . 
ROTTER, FRITZ. (R) 

Forecast of social changes. 
DOUGLAS, 

Forever alien. 

RANDOLPH, JEREMY. 

Fork in the road. 

VAN DER LEEDEN, JACQUELINE. 

Fork soup. 
GABOR, JIM. 

Formula for fortune. 
HARMS, JOHN. 

Fortinbras. 

ITTENBERG, URIEL MARK. 

Fortinbras trilogy. 

ITTENBERG, URIEL MARK. 

Fortune and flowers. 
SOUTHWORTH, WARREN B. 

Fortune teller man. 
DENICOFF, MARVIN. 

Forza del destine 
VERDI, GIUSEPFI. 

Four. 

THOMAS, STAN. 

Four A. 

GIBBS, RICHARD EVAN. 

Four flowers bowed in peace. 
BREDIN, CRAIG WILLIAMS. 

Four hundred years. 

NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL, MILWAUKEE. 

Four lonely friends. 
SCHAPPERT, EDNA. 

Four short plays. 
RAYNER, JOAN. 

Four- sided round. 
PARENS, RACHEL "A. 

Four, two, three, enigma. 
DORSEY, JOSEPH L., SR. 

Fourberies de Scapin. 
NTEMI, RICHARD M. 

Fourth . 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Fourth state. 

JONES, MIRIAM E. 

Fractured fairy tale. 
PERGRIM, ROBERT LEE. 

Fragile rose we cherished long at last 
has turned to dust — a requiem for 
a king. 
DIXON, JOHN STEPHEN. 

Frame damage analysis and correction. 
MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS- 
TRICT (CALIF.) 

Frank and Geraldine. 
LIPSCHUTZ, PAUL. 

Frank Merriwell. 
REDWINE, WILBUR. 

Frankenstein. 
TERRY, MEGAN. 

Fraudulence of grading in education: 
a valid alternative. 
HURWITZ, LILLIAN ROSENBERG. 

Fred Stone for real. 
SAMET, LINDA H. 



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TITLE INDEX 



95 



Freddie's Christmas present. 
LILLING, WILLrAM A. 

Free. 

DORSMAN, CONSTANCE V. 

Freedom of speech and of the press. 
WOOD, WILLIAM A. 

Freedom -- our heritage. 
ARNOLD, NELLA. 

French chef. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION. 

French market. 

OLDENBURG, GEORGE ALVIN MATTHEW. 

French's acting edition. 
BRIGHOUSE, HAROLD. (R) 
CARY, FALKLAND L. (JO 
CHOWN, PATRICIA. (R) 
COMER, MARGARET. (R) 
LANGUTH, PATRICIA R. (R) 
WATT, PETER. (R) 

Freud didn't know the half of it. 
NOEL, JOSEPH. (R) 

Friends. 
ABE, KOBO. 
YANNI, EUGENE R. 

Frigid woman, pt.l. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Frigid woman, pt.2. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Fringe benefit. 
SPITZER, LEWIS F. 

Frog. 

KOPITj ARTHUR. 

Frog hater who played Groucho Marx. 
WEINSTEIN, IRA. 

Frog prince. 

CHELMOW, SCOTT DAVID. 

Frog with a prince in his throat. 
WINGATE, GIFFORD W. 

Froga saga. 

CASTAGNA, RICHARD. 

Froggie. 

DODDS, ANDY. 

Froggie went a'courtin'. 
DODDS, ANDY. 

From Catwoman, with love. 
HANEY, BOB. 

From pit to power. 

FRAVEL, JOYCE FURMAN. 

Fruehlings erwachen. 
WEDEKIND, FRANK. 

Fruit. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Fruit of knowledge. 
STUBBS, IRENE. 

Frustration. 

MINETTI, MICHAEL F. 

Fun and friends. 

BOSHINSKI, BLANCHE. 

Fun City, U.S.A. 
ABRAMSON, HAROLD. 

Fun with words. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Fundamentals of mechanical clothes dry- 
ing systems. 
HANDY (JAM) PRODUCTIONS. 

Funeral games. 
THOMAS, STAN. 



Funhouse play. 

PRIEST, DANIEL JOSEPH. 

Funtier City. 
ROSSI, BEN. 

Future/scope: Prostaglandins 
MANN, KINGS LEY M. 



G 



Gaddis Rathel, storekeeper. 
CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Gallows passage. 
EDGLEY, LESLIE. 

Game. 

KOUBA, VICKY LYNN. 

Gammer Gurton's needle. 
CLARK, ISAAC EDGAR. 

Gang in Forbidden Plain. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Gap. 

SMITHER, DAVID NEAL. 

Gargoyle cartoons. 

MCCLURE, MICHAEL. 

Garment factory. 

JASTER, MARGARET S. 

Gartenzwerge. 
ZEMME, OSKAR. 

Gas, oil or lipstick. 

MEINHARDT, ROBERT L. 

Gasoline and the Hornet. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Gathering place. 

HODGE, ROBERT WILLIAM. 

Gathering together. 
SCARDINO, DON. 

Gaugin. 

ROBBIN, HARVEY. 

Gay seduction. 

SELIGER, CHARLES R. 

Gea. 

BORNET, FRED. 

Geheimnis des grauen Hauses. 
NESTROY, JOHANN. 

Gehirnklavier. 

MANDL, THOMAS HERBERT. 

General, 9-10-11 year olds. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

General shop hazards. 

MORELAND-LATCHFORD PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Generation gap. 
COLBY, DON L. 

Genesis. 

TEMPLEHOFF, JOHANN SEBASTIAN. 

Genesis, Part II. 
GASMAN, IRA. 

Genesis revisited. 
STIERNBERG, LOUISE. 

Genesis too. 

TEMPLEHOFF, JOHANN SEBASTIAN. 

Genghis Khan. 
TO KHAC KHOAN. 

Genies du theatre francais. 
SIGAUX, GILBERT. 

Gentlemen, the president. 
TWOMEY, KAY. (R) 

Genuine lunatic. 
EAKES, WALTER LON. 



Genuine understanding based on effective 
communication. 
CARY, W. STERLING. 

Geordie. 

FINEMAN, SHELLEY DALE. 

Georg Bueehner's lost play: Pletro 
Aretlno. 
SCHECHTER, JOEL RAPHAEL. 

George Bruno, hospital administrator. 
CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

George I. 

ACKERMAN, HAROLD. 

Georgia skin game. 
WHITE, BUKKA. 

Georgie Porgle. 
BIRIMISA, GEORGE. 
LINK, RON. 

Geraldine and the rolling river. 

LIPSCHUTZ, PAUL. 

German fairy tale. 

STRICKER, LOUIS HENRY. 

Gertrude. 

LEACH, WILFORD. 

Gesture . 

MT SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT 
(CALIF.) 

Get away old man. 

SAROYAN, WILLIAM. (R) 

Get me — Garbo. 

NEUMANN, J. KREMER. 

Get me Hal Stahr. 

DEVLIN, CLARENCE JAY. 

Get out of my castle. 
GRIEVE-SMITH, SUZANNE. 

Get your mind right. 
GAMBLE, BLAINE. 

Getting along with others. 
CARR, CHARLES M. 

Geysers. 

MORIN, RALPH. 

Ghetto laugh. 

BANKS, IVERSON E. 

Ghost dance. 
HART, JOSEPH. 

Ghost of Mr. Richardson. 
PERGRIM, ROBERT LEE. 

Ghosts of Harlem. 

MCFADDEN, SHARON ANN. 

Gideon West. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Gift. 

SCHIEDEMANN, KURT. 

Gift for Aunt Sarah. 
KEL.LY, JO-ANN. 

Gift from Prometheus. 
SIEGEL, MAURICE. 

Gin-gin trade. 

WALTON, BARBARA RAMSEYER. 

Gingerbread boy. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Girl. 

HAYWARD, PAT. 

QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERA- 
TIVE, INC. 

Girl, a guy and a gob. 
THORPE, WILLIAM. (R) 

Girl who became a bird. 
RAYNER, JOAN. 

Girl's best friend. 

GINSBURG, BERNARD MATTHEW. 



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Jan.-June 



Give a look. 

MALLOW, STANLEY. 

Glass bottom boat. 
DAY, JAMES PAUL. 

Glass woman. 
SERVER, RALPH. 

Glissade. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Globe cruising. 

PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. 

Gloria De Haven and friends. 
DI PIETRO, VINCENT. 

Glory road. 

STUART, ROBERT. 

Glueck, Missbrauch und Rueckkehr. 
NESTROY, JOHANN. 

Glueville. 

KING, ARTHUR H., JR. 

Go jump in the lake. 
BERMAN, ELAINE. 

Goal-oriented radio advertising sales 
presentation. 

RADEMAOHER, GARY E. 

God, Christ and the Church. 
GOYKE, HENRY A. 

God is my fuehrer. 
BENNETT, GORDON C. 

God is what I know. 
JACKSON, DOUGLAS W. 

God knows. 

PLEVA, RUTH. 

Goddamn Hegel. 

CARPETTO, GEORGE. 

Gods are yet to be born. 
TALLMAN, ALBERT. 

God's people sermonette for oral 
delivery. 
MCKOY, VICTORIA DAISY. 

Godson. 

COAR, BARBARA R. 

Goin' down man. 

WINDAU, KRISTIN BETTY JANE. 

Going-away party. 

JANUSZ, STANLEY JOHN. 

Going out of business. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Going Up. 

BENEDICT, STEWART H. 

Gold and Galena. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Gold at Shadow Rock. 
GRUBERG, BENJAMIN R. 

Golden age follies. 
SAMBERG, BENJAMIN. 

Golden apocalypse. 
OGLE, MARVIN 0. 

Golden rule and the salt war. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Golden vitamin. 
LIPSCHUTZ, PAUL. 

Golden year. 

HISTORY OF ROCK & ROLL, INC. 

Goldilocks and the bear trio. 
HARNLEY, LESLIE. 

Goldilocks and the three bears. 
HINKEL, SUSAN R. 

Goldrocks and the three bears . 
JACOBS ON, GENE. 



Golem. 

FERSEN, ALESSANDRO. 

Golf lesson. 

ALLEN (CLYDE) INC. 

Good guys rode by. 
ADAMS, MARGOT L. 

Good old days . 
GAUMONT, IRVING. 

Good Samaritan. 
PATRICK, JOHN. 

Good ship Byzantium. 
BAILEY, MICHAEL P. 

Goodbye to the summer. 
CARROLL, PAUL VINCENT. 

Goodnight grandpa. 
LANDAU, WALTER. 

Gooney bird. 
KRUEGER, CARL. 

Goverment owned apples. 
VISSER, DAVID. 

Grademaker. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Graduation. 

WAGSTAFF, FREDERICK J., JR. 

Grains. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Gram. 

SCHADE, DONNA M. 

Grand Canyon, a simulated field trip. 
MOORE, CARLETON. 

Grand Ville and Grand Prix, two grand 
ways to luxury. 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Grandma and the doughnut machine. 
GIAMPAPA, JOSEPH C. 

Granny won't go. 

SCHNESSEL, S. MICHAEL. 

Grape . 

WARD, MARSHALL H. 

Grappa. 

WARD, MARSHALL H. 

Gray squirrel's birthday party. 
WILSON, PAGE HEDDEN. 

Grease . 

JACOBS, JIM. 
PETACH, JAY. 

Great adventure . 

DAVIS, KEVIN ROBERT. 

Great American pastime. 
NEILSON, KEITH. 

Great Americans: John F. Kennedy, 
Martin Luther King, Jr. 
IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Great can deed. 

CARPENTER, L. STANLEY. 

Great debate. 

KLIEWER, WARREN. 

Great international Zen scribbage tourna- 
ment. 
ACKERMAN, HAROLD. 

Great moments in Cubs baseball. 
MAJOR OFFICIAL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Great mysteries of life. 
WATERS, ROSE A. 

Great news. 

QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE, 
INC. 

Great snatch. 

LEVINSON, WILLIAM G. 



Great society revisited. 

ULLO, NICHOLAS. 
Great trial of 1999- 

CHIARAPPA, RICHARD JOSEPH, JR. 
Great Zeus. 

EDMONDS, RAYMOND MITCHELL. 
Greater Mount Zion. 

SHANNON, JAMES EDWARD. 
Greats of country music. 

O'BRIEN, ROBERT E. 
Greeks remember marathon. 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. (R) 
Green grow the lilacs. 

RODGERS, RICHARD. (R) 

Green Hornet. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Green Hornet goes underground. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Green rooster. 
JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Grim's hairy tale. 
BICKNELL, MARY E. 

Grimssaga. 

JACOBS, FRED RUE. 

Grinders, routers, power saws and Joint- 
ers. 
MORELAND-LATCHFORD PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Gross profits & CIC. 
PADGETT, W. KEITH. 

Grunt. 

EAST, DANNY WAYNE. 

Guglielmo Tell. 

ROSSINI, GIACCHINO. 

Guideline for conducting Word-Opsy bowl 
of the air. 
CHABAUD, MAX. 

Guild library. 

PERTWEE, MICHAEL. 

Gull. 

CHEKHOV, ANTON PAVLOVICH. 

Gunpowder. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Gun smoke . 

CARLSON, JOHN GUNNAR. 



H 



H.E.W. down the people. 
REID, HAZEL E. 

HR-10. 

INDIANER, PAUL S. 

Hablemos Espanol. 
LACK, KELVIN A. 

Haiku: a - photographic interpretation. 
'ATWOOD, ANN. 

Haiku McGuire. 

CUNNYNGHAM, PHYL. 

Haiku Ryan. 

CUNNYNGHAM, PHYL. 

Haiku: the mood of earth. 
ATWOOD, ANN. 

Hail Harry, full of grace. 
SCHER, JORDAN M. 

Half a brain. 

OSWALD, WILLIAM. 

Halloween house. 
FERNANDEZ, PETER. 

Halloween pumpkin in Microlandia. 
GEORGE'S, DUPORT A. 

Halloween years. 
GIORDANO, TONY. 



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Hamlet. 

BAKER, PAUL. 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Hamlet, E.S.P. 
BAKER, PAUL. 

Hamlet had an uncle. 
MILLER, FRIEDA. 

Hamlet revealed. 

ITTENBERG, URIEL MARK. 

Hammer blows. 

QUINN, JOHN FRANCIS. 

Hammerhead. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Hand saws, chisels and files. 

MORELAND-LATCHFORD PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Handcuffing techniques . 
BRISTOW, ALLEN P. 

Handling objections. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Handling real estate objections. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Handwriting on the wall. 
LYNCH, MARK OWEN. 

Hans Keiling. 

MARSCHNER, HEINRICH. 

Hansel and Gretel. 
CLARK, ISAAC EDGAR. 
STRICKLAND, WILLIE E., SR. 

Hansel, Gretel and the golden petti- 
coat. 
MCCALLUM, PHYLLIS. 

Hansen and Gretchen. 
JARRATT, FLORENCE B. 

Happy. 

KUSHNER, WILLIAM. 

Happy days. 

PASCAL, FRANCINE P. 

Happy honeymoon. 

PILLSBURY, EDGAR ALFRED. 

Happy New Year, Mr. Ives. 
SPATZ, R. L., JR. 

Happy Thanksgiving. 
BENTLEY, BYRON R. 

Hard riders. 

HUTTINGER, HOOK. 

Hard road. 

TAYLOR, CURTIS B. 

Hard work and pink teas. 
PAGE, SARAH GENEVA. 

Hardhats of 197 1. 

JENCKS, LANCE HAROLD. 

Harmonious living. 

BURNETT, EARLE MOODY. 

Harold. 

KIRWIN, FREDERICK ROBERT. 

Harp for five. 
JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Harrowing of hell. 
HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

Harry Chamburs . 
WOODALL, JAMES. 

Hassle. 

KIRKSEY, HENRY ERVEN. 

Hats for cats. 
RAYNER, JOAN. 

Haunting case of Orestes presented for 
the contemplation of future students 
of the law in the West. 
COHEN, IRVIN MORTON. 



Have a grumpish holiday. 
JONES, CLAIRE. 

Have a heart. 
BOURGEA, RON. 

Have a resurrection. 
MARKS, J. 

Hawaii communication test. 
BYERS, BURTON. 

Hay, did you all know I am running for 
presedent. 
CECIL, WILLIAM E. 

Headhunters. 
DENKER, HENRY. 

Heading north. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Hear, oh hear me, world. 
HERZOG, BENJAMIN. 

Hear's how, no.5A. 
HOLLOWAY, GRAHAM. 

Heart. 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Heart, man's inner pyramid. 
CHOREOSIZE ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Heartbreak house. 

SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. 

Heath cobblers. 

JOHNSON, RICHARD BYRON. 

Heel of Mrs. Achilles. 

SNYDER, ELISABETH PRESTON. 

Hela forever. 

TALLMAN, ALBERT. 

Hello ABC. 

CARSON PIRIE SCOTT & CO. 

Hello, Michelangelo. 
RATKOWSKE, THOMAS M. 

Hello there! I'm Rudolph Valentino. 
KRITIKOS, VIRGINIA G. 

Hello, world. 
RED, BURYL. 

Helping hand-book for holidays. 
ASBRAND, KARIN. 

Hemorrhage . 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Henny Penny. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Henry IV, part II. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Henry v. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Henry VIII. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Here comes the judge. 
MARKS, DENNIS. 

Hey, kid. 

CROWLEY, STEVE. 

Hey, Will. 

EASON, DAVID HOWE. 

Hey you, you the spy, clean up that 
mest.. 
GRAY, WILLIAM LEE, JR. 

Hi, Jack, hi. 
JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Hidalgo. 

REICHENBERG, GERARD P. 

Hidden apple branch. 
INFANTE, BONNIE HOPE. 



High and dusty. 
COLTMAN, ROBERT. 

High on Pilot's Bluff. 
HEPBURN, RICHARD H. 

High school. 

SCHINDLER, ZACHARY J. 

High season glory of the summer seducer. 
BRUNHOUSE, JACOB S., JR. 

Higher learning. 
HARMS, JOHN. 

Higher than the angels. 
HARRISON, EUGENE STUART. 

Hijack and the game. 
STRIKER. FRANCIS. (R) 

Hilarious loves of Morris Cohen. 
GRAEME, DAVID R. 

Hill of slain. 

POWER, PATRICK VICTOR. 

Hindu-Arabic number system. 
RAPPOLT, HEDWIG D. 

Hinduism and concern for humanity: 
Poverty, welfare, discrimination. 
DESAI, SANTOSH. 

Hi 2 honor. 

TAYNTON, DAVID. 

Holden. 

URDAHL, RICHARD. 

Hole in the wa' . 

STUART, MARIE W. (R) 

Holidayland. 
ROBERTS, RUTH. 

Home at six. 
FALK, LEE. 

Home ground. 

VAN DRUTEN, JOHN. (R) 

Home improvement management course. 
RICHHEIMER, HERBERT. 

Home tested recipe program. 
VOSS, KITTY KEEPERS. (R) 

Homemade soup. 

BENNETT, RUTH ANN. 

Homme en question. 

CARETTE, LOUIS-ALBERT. 

Honor parole. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Hooray for all of us. 
SCHNEIDER, MAURICE. 

Hope. 

COCHRAN, STEPHEN LAURIE. 

Hope for the best. 

MCCLEERY, WILLIAM. (R) 

Hopi - Pueblo. 

JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Hoppy's trip. 

WELCH, FAY LINBERG. 

Horatio. 

COSTAS, GEORGE. 

Horoscope murders. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Horror story. 
ALBO, JOHN. 

Hors Brandeis. 
TYSZKA, WALTER. 

Hospital. 

JASTER, MARGARET S. 



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Host of witnesses. 
WALLER, NOVICE B. 

Hostage . 

FOWKE, HELEN SHIRLEY. 
WALIN, DANIEL. 

Hot pants. 

COLBERT, JUNE. 

Hotel conversations. 
LEVINE, EMMANUEL. 

House & field. 
HILL, MARS A. 

House made of dawn. 
MCGREEVEY, ELEANOR. 

House of candy. 
SOFFER, SAMUEL. 

House of Jeffreys. 

THORNDIKE, RUSSELL. (R) 

House on Rippowam Square. 
CLEMONS, JOHN. 

House where madness dwelt. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Household workers and food and 
nutrition pathways. 
WILSON, MARGARET A. 

Housewife and homemaker, odious words. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Housewife's coolie wages. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

How Ali Baba found the treasure cave of 
the ^0 thieves. 
RAJCOK, ANDREW S. 

How can it be . 
SCIFRES, R. B. 

How Easter can transform your life. 
CLARK, GENE EMMET. 

How far is Wimbledon. 
ELKINS, ALFRED. 

How long does it take to write a book. 
CLEARY, BEVERLY. 

How long the search. 
NELSON, SEENA. 

How our town was named. 
BAUER, MARY J. 

How people come and go in the Bland 
Motel. 
LEIDER, ROBERT S. 

How Ses Me Street got its name, Sesame 
Street, ses Moose. 
CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

How the accounting equation is used. 
ROHR, CHARLES. 

How they grow. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

How to belly dance for your friends 
and husband. 
JOHNSON, JODETTE SILHI. 

How to create salable listings. 
ROCKET PICTURES, INC. 

How to easily teach --anybody -- over 
the age of 5 — to read. 
POLSKIN, HARVEY H. 

How to end a prolonged hiccup seizure. 
INOUYE, HAJIME. 

How to find a cause without getting 
involved. 
WOODS, GAIL MARJORIE. 

How to get Gay. 

SELIGER, CHARLES R. 



How to lose a million and find happi- 
ness. 
SERPER, NATHANIEL N. 

How to make a speech. 

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

How to make it big in advertising, and 
five women who did. 
COLBERT, JUNE. 

How to make your wife jealous. 

DOUGLAS, JACK. 

How to organize an investment seminar. 
DREYFUS SALES CORP. 

How to post journal entries. 
ROHR, CHARLES. 

How to rob a bank — southern style. 

FULLER, MARION L., JR. 

How to study. 

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

How to succeed in the music business 
without really trying despite the fact 
that your father doesn't happen to be 
an already established recording star. 
TOWE, RONALD. 

How to use the dictionary. 

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

How to use the library. 

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

How was I to know I was going to raise 
an emperor. 
FORGRAVE, THOMAS J. 

How we identify them. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS . 

How wise men became wise. 
SCHULMAN, SUSAN H. 

Hunger in our day. 

MILLER, GARETH B. 

Hungry hand. 

THE SHADOW. (R) 

Hungry ones. 

RAWLINGS, PAUL B. 

Hustler. 

TOWE, RONALD. 

Hustlin' nowhere. 
OPATOSHU, DAN. 



I 



How to get the job you want. 
SELTZER, LAWRENCE. 



I am an American. 

FREYBE, CARL E. (R) 

I am Clarence. 
KONDEK, CHARLES. 

I am the boss. 

THEODORU, STEFAN GHEORGHE A. 

I am the rooster. 

■MASCORIETO, JEDDU R. 

I-Ching. 

ISKER, KATHLEEN. 

I don't act. 

WROBLESKC, EDWARD D. 

I feel like I've known you for a long 
time . 
HYMAN, JACKIE. 

I hate war. 

CLARK, ISAAC EDGAR. 

I hate you, my love. 

0R0ZC0, ELOY ROBERT, JR. 

I lay in Zion. 

GIBSON, WILL. (R) 

I like it here. 
JEGLUM, JACK B. 



I love you, Sherry. 

ARNOLD, CARROLL EDWARD. 

I shall return to Prague . 
DANEK, OLDRICH. 

I swear America. 

MCENERY, RED RIVER DAVE. , 

I.V. therapy. 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

I want you. 

BRENDLE, MARY. 

I was here before Columbus arrived. 
KING, P. D. 

1 will show you a ghost. 
OTWAY, THOMAS. 

Ichabod Paddock tale. 
SCHUSTIK, WILLIAM. 

Iconoclast. 

FOSS, MICHAEL. 

I'd like to make this perfectly clear 
talking blues. 
LIND, CARY ALAN. 

Ida B. 

RICHARD, MARK J. 

Idaho transfer. 

MATTHTESEN, THOMAS. 

Ideal diode. 

CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Identically yours. 

KESSELRIHG, JOSEPH. (R) 

Identifying drug users. 
COSTELLO, MICHAEL. 

Idol worshipper. 
POGGIALI, LEONARD. 

If. 

ANDERSON, LINDSAY. 

If I had my whole life to live over 
again -- I would give the part to an 
understudy. 
BOYLAN, DANIEL JOSEPH TOBIAS. 

If there were children. 
TOWE, RONALD. 

If washing machines could talk. 
CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

If we must die. 
HUDSON, FRED. 

If your dolly wants to rigoletter. 
QUAYLE, EDWARD. 

Images of the coming dead. 
SAINER, ARTHUR. 

Imperfect perfection. 
DUDLEY, WILLIAM. 

Imperio de los Incas . 

MEDINA, FERNANDO DIEZ DE. 

Impression of life. 

BROWNE, RONALD ANTHONY. 

Improbable history of Dr. Fastus. 
REX, JOHN. 

Improvement of instruction — the four- 
in-one approach. 
SALATINO, ANTHONY J. 

In a period of growth. 
GRAY, BILL. 

In defiance of the gods. 
MCMURRY, CHARLES REID, JR. 

In der Sache J. Robert Oppenheimer. 
KIPPHARDT, HEINAR. 

In different bags. 
JONES, ROBERT G. 



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99 



In mayden mayden meditation. 
HUMPHREY, CAVADA. 

In memoriam JFK and Bobby. 

NEMETH, JOHN S. 

In the beginning. 
DOTY, DENNIS. 
SHEPHERD, JERRY U. 

In the city of the angels. 
THOMAS, STAN. 

In the field. 
DEVORE, IRVEN. 

In the field: baboon studies. 
DEVORE, IRVEN. 

In the matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer. 
KIPPHARDT, HEINAR. 

In the middle. 

RAPTIS, CONSTANTINOS ANGELO. 

In the old man's company. 
CATUCCI, JOSEPH PETER, JR. 

:n the settling of the wind. 
KURLANSKY, MARK JONATHAN. 

In the sight of the Lord. 
BARNES, DOROTHY BYERS . 

in this our time. 
STOCKHAM, LINDA J. 

Incestum. 

HAMASIAN, REUBEN. 

Incident at Lodgepole. 
PLEISHER, ADOLPH X. 

Indexes. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF.) 

Indian winter. 

WALKER, WILLIAM PATRICK. 

Indians! Indians! Indians. 
JORDAN, MICHAEL G., JR. 

Individual management development pro- 
gram. 
ZAPEL, OWEN A. 

Industry. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Industry and commerce. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Infarction in the geriatric patient. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Influence . 

REBAR, ALEXANDER. 

Influence men have over men. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Ingenious chambermaid. 
GOLDONI, CARLO. 

Inheritance. 

ALBERTSEN, DOROTHEA LOUISE. 
JOSELOVITZ, ERNEST A. 
SHERMAN, JORY. 

Initial care. 

WTLMORE, DOUGLAS W. 

Initial real estate closing techniques. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Innkeeper. 

SPINNER, RALPH J. 

Innuendo . 

MULLER, PETER. 

Inquest. 

FREED, DONALD. 

inside Out. 

FORER, BERNARD 

Instant girl. 

SPITZER, LEWIS F. 



Institutions. 

ARVONIO, PATRICK HEYWOOD. 

Instruction & timing tape for develop- 
ing Ansochrome film using GAF 75' F. 
developing outfit. 
BURNS, KENNETH W. 

Instructional process in vocational 
education, VT-50a. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS- 
TRICT (CALIF. ) 

Insurance guy. 

RUDINSKY, JOSEPH D. 

Insurrection of the American black. 
LOMBARDINO, PASQUALE. 

Integrated communication systems for 
security. 
WEST, VICTOR C. 

Intereses creados. 

PASCUAL, JOSE MARIA IZQUIERDO. 

Interior. 

TABB, LINCOLN LEE. 

Internal dishonesty: The rising chal- 
lenge and the programmed response. 
ASTOR, SAUL D. 

Interstate seventy-six. 
SIBBALD, GEORGE W. 

Interview and interrogation. 
BURGER, KURT. 

Interviews and interrogation. 
HOLMES, WARREN D. 

Interviews and statements. 
INSURORS PRESS, INC. 

Into the Valley of the shadow. 
BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Introducing J. Douglas Edwards: Pro- 
fessionalism in closing sales. 
BETTER MOUSETRAP, INC. 

Introducing the string family to the 
primary grades. 
SHUPE, JAMES R. 

Introduction. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF.) 

Introduction to corporate prototypes. 
DREYFUS SALES CORP. 

introduction to electrical discharge 

machining. 

WELD, RICHARD P. 
Introduction to four basic management 

administrative procedures. 

BABBIDGE, ROBERT F. 



Introduction to human social func- 
tioning: five case studies. 
TAYLOR, PETER H. 

Introduction to system/3^0. 
CENTRAL COMPUTER CORP. 

Introduction to theatre. 
HOETKER, JAMES. 

Invitation to an inquest. 
FREED, DONALD. 

Invitation to the murder. 
DAVIDS, PAUL J. 

Iroquois. 

JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Is God living in San Francisco. 
ZOLLWEG, AILEEN. 

Is it really a man's world. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Is this the army, Mr. Jones. 
O'HARA, JOHN. (R) 

Ishtar . 

ROSS, ROBERT STUART. 



Island called lonely. 
DUHART, LARRY ALLAN. 

island of the wind 
JOHNSON, MARION L. 

Isn't God a good old boy. 
CLARK, CARL. 

It don't pay the bills. 
WROBLESKI, EDWARD D. 

It isn't the cough that carries you off. 
PRINCE, WILLIAM S. 

It only happens to others. 
TRINTIGNANT, NADINE. 

It pays to be obedient. 
GOODLOW, WYESTHER L. 

It runs in the family. 
SEGALL, HARRY. (R) 

It tolls for thee . 
GEBMAN, FRANCIS X. 

Itinerant dishwasher. 
SILVER, STEWART N. 

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's 
Chickenman. 
KELLY, TIM. 

It's a pleasure to do business with you. 
STALEY, WALTER L. 

It's about time. 
CHERNIS, JAY. 

It's like this, eat- 
DAVIDSON, HERBERT. 

It's never any good the first time. 
FLEMING, BILL. 

It's on record. 

VOLKSWAGEN OF AMERICA, INC. 

It's very cold in Siberia. 
ABRAMSON, HAROLD. 

I've had it with Napoleon. 

GODFREY, JASON. 

I've made my bed. 
PFEIFFER, FRANK. 



J 



J. Douglas Edwards on management. 
BETTER MOUSETRAP, INC. 

J. M. 

OLIVER, PETER. 

Jack and the beanstalk. 
HENNESSEY, ELIZABETH. 

Jack-in-the-box. 
JAEGER, JACOB. 

Jack o' lantern. 
FRATTURO, LOUIS M. 

Jack's, travails. 

QUINN, JOHN FRANCIS. 

Jacobowsky and the Colonel. 
BEHRMAN, S. N. (R) 
ODETS, CLIFFORD. (R) 

Jail bait. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Jailbird's return. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

James Joyce and his friends in Paris. 
FREUND, GISELE. 

James the dragon slayer. 
VERKOUTEREN, J. ADRIAN. 

Janie. 

BENTHAM, JOSEPHINE. (R) 

Jello. 

JONES, LEROI. 






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Jan.-June 



Jenny kissed me. 
JOHNSON, WALLACE. 

Jeremy, Jeremy. 

EATON, CHRISTOPHER. 

Jericho. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Jerry Clower from Yazoo City. 
CLOWER, JERRY. 

Jerry's first day at school. 
CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Jerusalem Jerusalem. 
SPARTA FILMS, INC. 

Jesse's day. 

CARON, RONALD G. 

Jesus before Herod. 

WAYDITCH, GABRIEL VON. 

Jesus Christ almighty. 
MARKS, J. 

Jesus Christ superstar. 
WEBBER, ANDREW LLOYD. 

Jesus, my lord, my all. 
RUSCH, EDWARD A. 

Jeune homme. 

AUDUREAU, JEAN. 

Jew man cometh. 
RUBIN, JEFF. 

Jew who wanted to be Pope. 
ADLER, JACK. 

Jewish Bob Dylan. 
TIMBERG, BERNARD. 

Jig. 

PIRANDELLO, LUIGI. 

Jiminie, the Christmas tree. 
WATTS, WENDELL. 

Jimmie Rogers. 

O'BRIEN, ROBERT E. 

Job procedures, JP. 
BABBIDGE, ROBERT F. 

Jocasta. 

FREUND, PHILIP. 

Jockey. 

WATKINS, GORDON R. 

Joey and the upter. 
LONDON, BELLE E. 

Joey win. 

STASHEFF, CHRISTOPHER B. 

John and Sitting Bull session. 
LASKOS, ANDREW ADAM. 

John Brown in Kansas. 
DACE, EDWIN WALLACE. 

John Claiborne, butcher. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

John is John. 
LEBIAK, ANDREW. 

Jonnny Appleseed and the golden one. 
GLASER, ESTHER B. 

Joke' s on Robin. 
KASHDAN, GEORGE. 

Jonathan Lanier, student. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Josef Lang, kuk. Scharfrichter. 
DORFER, GERHARD. 

Joseph Stalin. 

KAIREZ, NICHOLAS. 

Jour dans la mort de Joe Egg. 
NICHOLS, PETER. 

Jour se leve. 

CARNE, MARCEL. 



Journey . 

HARTY, VINCENT. 

Journey of the .black man in commemoration 
of the life of Martin Luther K5ng. 
REAVTS, RALPH. 

Journey to dynamic living. 
LONG, SAMUEL. 

Journeys . 

EICH, GUENTER. 

Joy of the Hasidim. 

SUCKE, GREER WOODWARD. 

Judecata. 

THEODORU, STEFAN GHEORGHE A. 

Judgment of Julius & Ethel Rosenberg. 
FREED, DONALD. 

Judy Canova. 

O'BRIEN, ROBERT E. 

Juggernaut . 

THE SHADOW. (R) 
WEISE, ALICE S. 

Julius Caesar. 
HOETKER, JAMES. 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Julius Squeezer. 
COLBERT, JUNE. 

June/moon. 

LARSON, JACK. 

June 1970 by any other name: cherry 
pie. 
REESE, MARK ALLAN. 

Jungfrau von Belleville. 

SCHROEDER, FRIEDRICH. 

Jungfrau von Paris. 
SCHROEDER, FRIEDRICH. 

Just keep listening. 
KENDRICK, JOHN. 

Just so stories. 

THOMPSON, RANDALL. (R) 

Just take two aspirins and call a cop. 
SHANNON, GREGORY ADVILLE. 

Justice, trial and error. 
KEYS, MERELD D. 

Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. 
MANN, KTNGSLEY M. 



K 



K. L. Lear. 

KENIN, MAYA. 
K.N.O.W. 

SANDER, CHARLES J. 

K12. 

ALLSTATE INSURANCE CO. 

Kaleidoscope. 

PARSON, MARY JEAN. 

Kaplan of the FBI. 
GOTTFRIED, MARTIN. 

Karl Marx play. 

ECONOMON, ROCHELLE OWENS. 

Keep your fingers crossed. 
BRAUN, WILBUR. (R) 

Keeping them happy. 

ROCKET PICTURES, INC. 

Kelso, huddee. 

SMITH, DONALD M. 

Kenny. 

EULO, KENNETH R. 

Key punch training cassette course. 
INDACO, INC. 

Keys, keys, keys to music. 
RAYMOND, MARY. 



Kidnapped for sale. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

K.ierkegaara. 

CAIROL, JULIAN. 

Kiki Mora. 

MICHANCZYK, MICHAEL J., III. 

Kinds of minerals. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS . 

Kinds of rocks. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

King Charlie. 
SELBY, JACK. 

King Henry TV. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

King Herod the Great. 
FOREMAN, MYRTLE. 

King in the cavern. 
NOONAN, ED, BROTHER. 

King Lear. 
KENIN, MAYA. 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Kingdom in distress. 
MARRAPODI, ISABEL H. 

Kiss your radio. 

WROBLESKI, EDWARD D. 

Kit Fox, keeper of the cactus. 
WILSON, PAGE HEDDEN. 

Knock. 

CROSEEY, MAX B. 

Knot. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Know your America. 
KINNEY, EDWARD J. 

Knowledge of human relations. 
STEINBERG, PAUL M. 

Knowledge tree of wine. 
LOTZ, HERBERT F. 

Koala bears' quarrel. 
WILSON, PAGE -HEDDEN. . 

Kopavi . 

MANDEL, ROBERT STEVEN. 

Kosher kings of the Katskills. 
KAY, JULES M. 

Kresbuyright. 

TELETAPE DETROIT CORP. 

Krewe of Dionysius. 
FERLITA, ERNEST, S.J. 

Kurz Drama. 

BELL, MARION H. , JR. 

Kyre£. 

TELESE, ROBERT. 



Labor for the wind. 
SHAW, IRWIN. (R) 

Ladies. 

WALLER, GEORGE HOBSON. 

Lady from Miami. 
TUDOR, OWEN GLENN. 

Lady has her plan. 

PARAS, PAULA HELENE. 

Lady of the neighborhood. 
GALLARDO, YOLANDA. 

Lady whom time had surprised. 
HUMPHREY, CAVADA. 

Laguna. 

LUIPPOLD, ROBERT MILTON. 

Lagunatics. 

LUIPPOLD, ROBERT MILTON. 



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101 



Lamy. 

MISER, QUINN. 

Land and climate. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Land of the free. 
DIAZ, WILLIAM. 

Land of the prickly pear. 
KAHIN, BRIAN G. 

Land of Zareba. 
BONOPF, SUSAN. 

Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers. 
ARNOLD, NELLA. 

Large, small or medium — the lore and 
art of sizing. 
BARKER, STEPHEN M. 

Last day of Scotty Collins. 
COVA, JOHN W. 

Last days of Tolstoy. 
BERRY, NEWTON. 

Last extravagance of Ernie Walters. 
KAHIN, BRIAN GEORGE. 

Last feast. 

NASIKA, ARTHUR. 

Last kiss. 

SWASTZ, STEPHEN HILLARD. 

Last night, night before. 
JACKSON, DONALD W. 

Last of the just. 
LANDAU, WALTER. 

Last of the Puritans. 
BADRIG, ROBERT H. 

Last parlement . 
HUMPHREY, CAVADA. 

Last president. 

COWEN, WILLIAM M. 

Last Supper — more than just a 
painting. 
BAUMGARTNER, CAROLYN P. 

Last take. 

WOOD, JAMES DAVID. 

Last train. 

SECK, RONALD A. 

Late entrance. 
JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Late Miss Cordell.. 
JOHNSON, PHILIP. (R) 

Laughing madonna. 

FLINN, MICHAEL JOHN SIMON. 

Laughter makes the world go 'round. 
WITT, JOCEEYN. 

Lav;. 

HOOBAN, HOMER. 
INSURORS PRESS, INC. 

Law of the Apex. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Lazarus . 

BOSBOOM, FLORENCE. 

Learning the alphabet sounds. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Lease. 

KOVSKY, HARRY. 

Leather popper. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Leaves of the moon goden. 
PERKINS, ROBERT M., JR. 

Lecture notes on alternics. 
PO-TING, IP. 

Lecture on Christian Science. 
CARR, CHARLES M. 

Lecture series, la. 
RODDEY, GLORIA J. 



Lectures and papers $1. 
STOKES, CAROLYN L. 

Lectures for the spiritual minded. 
MEADERS, MARGARET S. 

Left-right-left. 

DERRINGER, WILLIAM. 

Legend . 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Legend of Nick the saint. 
LEHNER, STEPHEN S. 

Legend of the wait. 
NGUYEN Y MO. 

Legends and tales of American Indians. 
FERNANDEZ, PETER. 

Legends and tales of [countries] 
FERNANDEZ, PETER. 
JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Legends and tales of Eskimos. 
FERNANDEZ, PETER. 

LeMans and Firebird, the economical way 
up to sportiness. 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Lemon sky. 

WILSON, LANFORD. 

Lenny. 

BARRY, JULIAN. 

Lesser angel usher. 

ROBINSON, DAVID ROYDEN. 

Lest we forget. 

PETERKOFSKY, ALAN. 

Let me hear you smile. 
THUNA, LEONORA. 

Let us out, let us in. 
RUNYAN, ARTHUR C, II. 

Let's breed bettas. 
TORRES, GEORGE. 

Let's explore the city. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Let's fly with Bob Bourgeault. 
BOURGEAULT, ROBERT A. 

Let's go. 

GRODIN, LEONARD. 

Let's visit kindergarten. 
YODER, PAULINE. 

Letter to Jackie. 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. (R) 

Lewdness and whoredom. 
HAUGHT, JAMES A. 

Liability claims evaluation. 
INSURORS PRESS, INC. 

Liability settlement negotiations. 
INSURORS PRESS, INC. 

Liar. 

GOLDONI, CARLO. 

Liberation. 

BAILEY, ALLAN C. 
RUNYAN, ARTHUR C, II. 

Library. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF.) 

Library of Scandinavian literature, 
v.6. 
STRINDBERG, JOHAN AUGUST. 

Life and loves of a pope called Joanna. 
COSMATOS, GEORGE PAN. 

Life in bed. 

RENARD, JOSEPH. 

Life is a masquerade. 

DE FRANCESCO, TAMAYO, RIO. 



Life, loves and adventures of a pope 
called Joanna. 
COSMATOS, GEORGE PAN. 

Lifeline. 

GASKIN, AMOS G. 

Light. 

ANTONELLI, ROLAND GILBERT. 

Light denied. 

JOHNSEN, HELEN LUCILLE. 

Light in August. 
GRIMALDI, PETER. 

Lightsout. 

GRIFFIN, ROGER C, III. 

Like my dad says. 
WESTENG, CLENNIE. 

Likely story. 
PINTO, MARY A. 

Liola. 

PIRANDELLO, LUIGI. 

Lion and the unicorn. 
ASHTON, WINIFRED. (R) 

Lion of the west. 

KENSINGER, MARY RAY. 

Lisa Strada. 

MULHOLIAND, LORAINE DESPRES. 

Listening progress laboratory, series 
789. 
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Little Annie Woods. 
JOHNSON, JAMES, SR. 

Little bit. 

HACKETT, HARLEY E. 

Little children, little children. 
RUSCH, EDWARD A. 

Little darling. 
HATCH, ERIC. (R) 

Little Jesus in velvet pants. 
SULLIVAN, MARY EILEEN. 

Little Julius, & Chris's sex education. 
FRIED, RICHARD. 

Little lover. 

MIKENAS, EDWARD, SR. 

Little night music- 
WINTER, NICHOLAS. 

Little people's values. 
MULLINS, LINDA. 

Little red hen. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Little women. 

HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 

Littlest fiddler. 
KNAPP, PENNY LEKA. 

Live entertainment man. 
SULLIVAN, JAMES PHILIP. 

Live wire. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Living dead. 

HAWK, HERBERT S. 

Living place. 

DAVIS , COPLEY W. 

Lloyd "Cowboy" Copas. 
O'BRIEN, ROBERT E. 

Lo! the white eagle. 

BERKSHIRE, MARGARET JOYCE. 

Loads of love Helen. 
THOMAS, HELEN. (R) 

Locks on refrigerators, freezers and 
other appliances. 
REARDON, JOHN EDWARD. 

Lone Ranger. 

STRIKER. FRANCIS. IR) 



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Long day's journey into night. 
TINSLEY, MARY ADRIAN. 

Long distance. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Long-game merfy. 
WILKS, PETER Y. 

Long range goals for mankind - interdis- 
ciplinary undergraduate major (LRGM- 
IUM) in higher education. 
ACHUTHAN, M. RADH. 

Longmans' 4-star Hollywood plays. 
THORPE, WILLIAM. (R) 
VREELAND, FRANK. (R) 

Lonnie, James, Bernhardt and Zoowolski. 
SEDLAK, JOHN E. 

Look out! It's fragible. 
CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

Look what happened to a Russian Com- 
missar. 
ABRAMSON, HAROLD. 

Looking glass. 

METROPOLITAN ARTS COMPLEX, INC. 

Loosen up. 

RUNDGREN, TODD. 

Lord Arthur Saviles Verbrechen. 
JARAY, HANS. 

Lord Byron. 

CALLAGHAN, GEORGE MICHAEL. 
HURSLEY, FRANK. 

Lord Dunmore's war and the Battle of 
Point Pleasant, October 10, 1774 -- 
opening engagement of the American 
Revolution. 

BURTON, PATRICIA. 

Lord speak to me. 

FRAVEL, JOYCE FURMAN. 

Losers winners. 
CARMAN, DAY. 

Loss. 

LEIVA SEGURA, JOSE LUIS. 

Losses. 

TALLY, WILLIAM THEODORE. 
Lost play series. 

CARROLL, PAUL VINCENT. 

HOGAN, ROBERT. 

Louella Lou Bell balled. 
EDWARDS, JANIE M. 

Louie cawn't. 

JACKSON, DOUGLAS W. 

Love. 

GRECO, PHILIP. 

Love after forty. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Love and the call girl. 
PULLMAN, SAUL. 

Love and the census taker. 
BEIN, ALBERT. (R) 

Love and the unemployment line. 
LICHTMAN, PAUL B. 

Love at first sight. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Love by. the numbers. 
JONES, MIRIAM E. 

Love denied. 

CARROLL, CLAIRE. 

Love doctor. 

MACPHERSON, DON. 

Love is the best doctor. 
MACPHERSON, DON. 

Love life of a strange bird. 
HORN, DAVID CHARLES. 

Love-loss lecture. 
VACHALEK, JOAN. 



Love song to the Missouri, the Omaha 
arrow. 
RAUCH, CAROLYN. 

Love story of Paolo and Franehesca. 
WINKLER, ANTHONY C. 

Love suicide at Schofield Barracks. 
LINNEY, ROMULUS Z. 

Love thy neighbor as thyself. 
NOBLE, KATIE. 

Love without honor. 
CARSON, LULAR L. 

Lovely ladies -- kind gentlemen. 
PATRICK, JOHN. 

Lovely night and nonsense. 
MCCRAE, DAVID V. 

Lovers and friends. 

BEESLEY, DOROTHY GLADYS. (R) 

Love's labour's lost. 

THEATRE IN EDUCATION, INC. 
Lower depths. 

DEL MEDICO, MICHAEL A. 

Lucifer, Prince of Hell. 
WISDOM, DANIEL DEE. 

Lucky Lindy. 

MAHON, FRANCIS J. 

Lucky you visit Hawaii. 
SETO, ARTHUR. 

Lullabye. 

MCLARNAN, PHYLLIS. 

Lysistrata. 

ARISTOPHANES . 
SEIFFER, DAVID A. 



M 



M-for-medicare day. 
ZANKEL, HARRY T. 

MIOMI systems. 
SMITH, IRIS. 

M is for the million. 
SHARKEY, JOHN MICHAEL. 

Mac the black. 

STEVENS, JAMES A. 

Macbeth. 

PERRIE, ERNESTINE. 

MacBeth did it. 
PATRICK, JOHN. 

Maeht des Schicksals. 
VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

McKay. 

CASTROVILLA, JOSEPH R. 

Mad madonna. 

BADRIG, ROBERT HOGROGIAN. 

Mad people. 

MCCOLLOUGH, ROBERT PAUL, JR. 

Madam the star. 
RIVERS, LOUIS. 

Madame . 

COX, THOMAS J. 

Madame Butterfly. 
PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

Madame Cleo here, at your service. 
KLIEWER, WARREN. 

Madame President in, Blackmail at the 
White House. 
HATCH, ELAINE F. 

Madeline. 

O'BRIEN, JANE T. 

Madman! or, Smite the wicked! or, 
Abomination. 
HAUGHT, JAMES A. 



Madness for truth. 
BADRIG, ROBERT H. 

Madonna in concrete. 
TURNER, PHILIP W. 

Madrid true life story. 
ENCIO, JOSE M. DE. 

Magi. 

HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

Magic bow. 

STARR, MARIE. 

Magic of love. 

HANDLEY, REGINA S. 

Magic tinderbox. 
ROGEZ, ROBERT H. 

Magick. 

PURVTANCE, DONALD G. 

Magnificent madam. 
KRUEGER, CARL. 

Mail call. 

DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Maine morning. 
BOYER, BRUCE H. 

Maitre et Marguerite. 
PETROVIC, ALEKSANDER. 

Major Barbara. 

SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. 

Make it all new. 

KRACZEK, JOHN PAUL. 

Make it worthwhile. 
ROCKET PICTURES, INC. 

Making an outline. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS- 
TRICT (CALIF.) 

Making it power. 

MCTOOTLE, NORWOOD I. 

Making of a black woman. 
DUNN, DANDRIDGE D. 

Making of a wise man. 
ISKER, KATHLEEN. 

Male shortage problem. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Malesherbes. 

METZGER, WENDELL. 

Mama Ha-Ha's wonderful moon invention. 
ROBERTS, MICHAEL EDWIN. 

Mama is dating again. 
HORVATH, JOAN. 

Mama, is Terry home for good. 
SHANNON, JAMES EDWARD. 

Man. 

SHAPIRO, L^kRY. 

Man behind the legend. 
ORLAND, YAACOV. 

Man born to be king. 

SAYERS, DOROTHY L. (R) 

Man comes home. 

HANNAH, DOROTHY BENNETT. (R) 

Man in his music. 
JONES, SAMUEL. 

Man-killer, a play in one act. 
GRANGER, PERCIVAL HARKNESS, III. 

Man of the world. 
SHAPPIN, IRWIN. 

Man-stopper. 

GRANGER, PERCIVAL HARKNESS, III. 
Man to woman. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Man who came back.. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Man who kicked the bucket. 
RODALE, JEROME I. 



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Man who saved God. 

LIVINGSTON, PATRICIA. 

Management of polymyositis. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Management of pyogenic arthritis. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Management's obligation. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Managing arrhythmias. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Managing low-sodium syndromes. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Mandragola. 

HOLLAND, SHARON. 

Mandrake root . 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Manhattan impulse. 

GRECCO, STEPHEN RICHARD. 

Mannix. 

RANDMARC PRODUCTIONS. 

Manos de Dios. 

S0L0RZAN0, CARLOS. 

Manpower versus steam. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Man's capacity for paragenetic evolu- 
tion: his most distinguishing char- 
acteristic. 
NAP, ULRICH. 

Man's expectations of a woman. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Man's job in marriage. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Manteau d'Arlequin. 
FORLANI, REMO. 
KALISKY, RENE". 
MANET, EDUARDO. 
VAUTHIER, JEAN. 

Manufacturing area. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Many meanings of pulmonary sounds. 
MAUN, KINGSLEY M. 

Map and atlas survey. 
PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. 

Map and globe skills cassette program. 
NYSTROM (A. J.) & CO. 

Map for murder. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Marcia-san. 

BAKER, JOHN MILTON. 

Maresealco. 

MALIPIERO, GIAN FRANCESCO. 

Mariposa gold rush. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Marital propaganda. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Marked money. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Mar ley. 

BANIK, JOSEPH A. 

Marriage is a job. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Married, and all that. 
NICKEL, GAIL KENNETH. 

Marshblossom. 
LARSON, MARNA. 

Martian Earth show. 
LEOKUM, LEONARD. 

Marty in Musicville. 
KATZ, STANLEY B. 

"arvelous times. 
BROWN, MICHAEL. 



Mary. 

FLAXMAN, HARVEY. 

Mary and the fairy. 
CORWIN, NORMAN. (Rl 

Mary-Medea. 

MIDDLETON, WALTER. 

Masada. 

GARVIN, WILLIAM K. 

Masked man's teacher. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 
Masked miller. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 
Masks. 

CLESCERI, JAMES J. 

Masquerade. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Mass for the poor. 
LUCAS, JAMES A. 

Master of Paris. 

BLACKSTONE, WARREN J. 

Master Olof. 

STRINDBERG, JOHAN AUGUST. 

Mastering multiplication. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 
Mate in two. 

MAYER, JOSEPH ROBERT. 

Math explorations. 

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Math, 4-5-6 year olds. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 
Math, 7-8 year olds. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Math, 9-10-11 year olds. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 
Mathu. 

IRWIN, JOSEPH FRANKLIN. 

Matinee at the Hilton. 
BARASCH, NORMAN. 

Mating game. 

ENDELSON, RICHARD W. 

Matter of sight and death. 
BORENZWEIG, PAULA. 

Maturing of a nation. 
CLAYPOOL, JOHN H. 

Maybe I should call my lawyer. 
BREEN, JOHN J. 

Me without you. 
PERKINS, CARL. 

Meat and poultry. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Meat loaf masquerade. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION. 

Mechanical doctor. 
STINE, HAROLD EDWIN. 

Mechanic's life. 
STERLING, BILL. 

Medal for Murray. 

RICHMAN, PETER MARK. 

Media and the law enforcement image. 
CARTER, ROBERT M. 

Medical terminology, cardiovascular 
system. 
EASELY, EWA T. 

Medical terminology, respiratory 
system. 
EASELY, EWA T. 

Medieval romance. 
FELDMAN, JACK. 

Medium duty Unistrut cable tray systems. 
HANDY (JAM) PRODUCTIONS. 



Meet Noah Smith. 
BENNETT, GORDON C. 

Meet the missus. 

HANIDIS, JULIE CHARLES. 

Meetings. 

BARINGER, JOHN LEE, JR. 

Member 's-eye view of the Lord's Praypr. 
FLESCH, MARION H. 

Memories for my brother 
PALMER, JOHN. 

Menage a trois. 

QUINN, JOHN FRANCIS. 

Mendl finds his level. 
SHAPPIN, IRWIN. 

Menials. 

SHANNON, JAMES EDWARD. 

Mercy killing. 

HARRIS, ROBERT TAYLOR. 

Mermaids. 

ARNDT, ELDORA JOHNSON. 

Message for the younger generation. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Message of importance for you and 
your family. 
PREST, RICHARD D. 

Messenger. 

MAGERMAN, LESLIE. 
RIFKIN, A. MICHAEL. 

Metalliferous Murphy. 
BALIBRERA, DANA EVANS. 

Metamorfosl di Bonaventura. 
MALIPIERO, GIAN FRANCESCO. 

Metamorphosis. 

GENTRY, PHILIPPE GEORGES JACQUES. 

Metaphysische Trick. 

MANDL, THOMAS HERBERT. 
MeteorOlogia. 

SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Methods and techniques for bringing 
about learning experiences. 
YODER, PAULINE. 

Metropole. 

WALDEN, WILLIAM. (R) 

Metro regional governance, and what's 
behind it. 
HINDMAN, JOSEPHINE L. 

Mexican American family. 
MURILLO, NATHAN. 

Mexico, 12,000 years of history. 
WARD, FRED. 

Middle East peace plan with Gupta 
boundaries. 

GUPTA, LETTY. 

Midnight lovers. 

RANIA, ALBERT NICOLINO. 

Midsummer night's dream. 
CULLUM, ALBERT. 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Million dollar bash. 
GOLDBERG, CARL. 

Millionaire maker. 
SHOAFF, JOHN EARL. 

Millions of Americas. 

WAWRZYNIAK, CHARLES MACEY. 

Mind with the dirty man. 
TASCA, JULES E. 

Ming Lee and the magic tree. 
HARRIS, AURAND. 

Minister's self-image. 
CLAYPOOL, JOHN R. 



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Minister's tape plan. 
CHAFIN, KENNETH L. 
CLINARD, GORDON. 
GRAY, J. D. 
HALLOCK, E. F. 
HASTINGS, ROBERT. 
LEE, R. G. 
VALENTINE, FOY J. 

Ministry among other Institutions. 
DURGIN, LAWRENCE L. 

Minotaur must die. 
AVERY, HELEN P. 

Minus one. 

PARKE, LAWRENCE. 

MiO. 

JACKSON, DONALD W. 
Miracle. 

BINION, STEPHAN LUKE. 

Miracle in Milan. 
DE SICA, VITTORIO. 

Mirror. 

KOUT, MARIA. 

Mirror, mirror. 

COLE, FRANK CLAYTON, JR. 

Miscellaneous lovers, and then they 
lived happily ever after. 
SPERLING, KAREN. 

Miser meets the alchemist. 
GARDNER, SANDRA I. 

Miss Lizzie. 

MILLER, LUIGIA MORGOGLIONE. 

Missile lift capability and venting. 
REARDON, JOHN EDWARD. 

Missing — Harold Ascort. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Mississippi talkin'. 
CLOWER, JERRY. 

Missouri queen. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Mr. and Mrs. Smith. 
VKEELAND, FRANK. (R) 

Mr. Beane from Lima. 
TOBIAS, JAY. (R) 

Mr. Edgeworth and Mr. Day. 
ROGERS, JULIA ANNE. 

Mr. Freeze' s frozen vikings. 
MARKS, DENNIS. 

Mr. Sam Cauliflower. 
KOZAK, YITKA R. 

Mrs. A & Mr. B. 
JONES, HENRY B. 

Mrs. January and Mr. Ex. 
RUMBOLD, ZOE AKINS . (R) 

Mrs. Pickiwicki plots again. 
CURRAN, GEORGE PORTER. 

Mrs. Whitney's pet cat. 
MILLMAN, DAVID. (R) 

Mitchell come home. 

MONTGOMERY, MICHAEL T. 

Mixed brands. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Mod Donna and Scyklon Z. 
LAMB, MYRNA. 

Modern film scripts. 
ANDERSON, LINDSAY. 
GARNHAM, NICHOLAS, tr. 
GODARD, JEAN- LUC. 
KUROSAWA, AKIRA. 
WELLES, ORSON. 

Modern times. 

HOFFMAN, RICHARD LEE. 



Modern trilogy. 

SCHLOSSER, RAY JERRY. 

Modjeska. 

HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

Moll Flanders. 

HOLDEN, PAUL. 
Moment is now. 

GOODMAN, ROBERT E. 

Moment of truth. 
MCCLORY, SEAN. 

Moments of frenzy. 
SHAINBERG, MAURICE. 

Momma was a madam of infinite taste, 
now she's pushing up violets, oh, 
what a waste. 
SENECOFF, LILLIAN. 

Mommy, a play in three acts. 
MOGUL, BYRON. 

Mon pere, -ce heros. 

ANOUILH, JEAN. 

Monck . 

FISCHOFF, GEORGE ALLAN. 

Monday at the parsonage. 
RICHISON, NANETTE. 

Mondo di genti e di stelle. 
SARZANO, LUIGI. 

Money is the root of all. 
HARTY, VINCENT. 

Money talks . 

KEPLINGER WASHINGTON EDITORS, INC. 

MGhitor instruction program, no.180800. 
KIRKENDALL, LESTER A. 

Monk & the hangman's daughter. 
WEISMAN, MARTHA. 

Moods in. 

IRVICK, WILL. 

Moon for the misbegotten. 
TINSLEY, MARY ADRIAN. 

Moon in Leo. 
TAYLOR, UNA. 

Moon landing, U.S.A. 
THOMAS, GEORGE. 

Mooney. 

ROTHBERGER, MORTON. 

Moonstone. 

JEROME, HELEN. (R) 

Moppet. 

HUNTER, ELSIE THERESA. 

Moral and entertaining on the musical 
heritage of the 18th century Ameri- 
can theatre. 
TALBOT, ANGELA S. 

Moral lesson -- there is no place like 
home on the camp out. 
RUFFIN, MARTY. 

Morality. 

KELMAN, KENNETH E. 

More by Corwin. 

CORWIN, NORMAN. (R) 

More real. estate closes. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Mores. 

SOFFER, MARJORY. 

Morgan Rutherford. 
LEIDER, ROBERT S. 

Morgan Yard. 

0' MORRISON, KEVTN. 

M6rning, noon and night. 
SHINE, TED. 

Morning star. 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 



Mort le premier. 
CESBROH, GILBERT. 

Most basic force. 

JEFOPOULOS, TIMOTHY. 

Mother. 

QUALITY BAKERS jF AMERICA COOPERATIVE, 
INC. 

Mother-in-law. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Mother of two. 
JEOLUM, JACK B. 

Mother works hard, too. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Motherhood revised. 
BAKER, ELLIOTT. 

Mothers-at-risk and the nurse. 
D'YOUVTLLE COLLEGE, BUFFALO. 

Mountain trap. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. 



(R) 



Mourning glory. 

GILLES, DONALD BRUCE. 

Mourning in a funny hat. 
GOODMAN, DOLORES. 

■Moving on. 

GONZALEZ, GLORIA. 

Mules, Men and mayhem. 
MYERS, RAY. 

Multimedia center. 
PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. 

Munchausen, the incredible baron. 
MEAD, SHEPHERD. 

Murder at life's end. 
SPRAGUE, HAROLD LLOYD. 

Murder blooms at night. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Murder by magic. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R ) 

Murder by seance. 

SPRAGUE, HAROLD LLOYD. 

Murder gas . 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Murder in a nunnery. 
LAVERY, EMMET. (R) 

Murder in the betting shop. 
DALRYMPLE, ANGUS. 

Murder is fun. 

BLANKENSHIP, CATHERINE. (R) 

Murder, most foul. 
SOFFER, SAMUEL. 

Murder will out. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Murder without crime. 
THOMPSON, J. LEE. (R) 

Murder's pay-off. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Murray. 

SILVER, STEWART N. 

Mushy Mouth. 

EDMONDS, HENRIETTE H. G. 

Music in the humanities cassette tape 
system. 
WILCK, SIDNEY J. 

Music -- information — direction 
tra ve 1 guide . 
GEARING, RICHARD RANSOM. 

Musical concepts for technical profi- 
ciency on orchestral instruments. 

BLACKMAN, CHARLES. 

Musical panel on wifemanship. 
ASPRAY, GRACE. 



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Mussorgsky on seeing the pictures at 
an exhibition. 
ROBBINS, MARTIN. 

Must romance die at the altar. 
DOUGLAS , JACK. 

My crime is your crime. 
MARKS, DENNIS. 

My dear Bella. 

KOBER, ARTHUR. (R) 

My dog has bad breath, but he doesn't 
have to brush his teeth. 
CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

My drinking cousin. 

JARRETT, FRANK EDWIN, JR. 

My Felix. 

KELLY, DANIEL. 

My name was never Angel. 
BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

My philosophy. 

CHAPMAN, MARJORIE W. 

My wife, the matchmaker. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Mystery island. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Mystery of the reluctant contributor. 
THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Mystery stories. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Myth. 

LIQUE, B. LYNNE. 

Myth and memory. 
JOHNSON, WALT ACE. 

Myth of motherhood. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 



N 



Nabucco. 

VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

Nabueodonosor. 
VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

Names. 

NEMITZ, BERT. 

Naming God in the restless city -- God 
talk and social attitudes. 
HEALEY, JOHN, S.J. 

Narcotics and dangerous drugs training. 
HUHNKE, GEORGE. 

Narration of selected operettas and 
light operas, 
ARNOLD, HENRY 0. 

Narrows . 

GILIO, JAMES. 

National brotherhood test of 1492. 
PATMALNEE, ROY F. 

National center for law information 
concept . 
NASEM, CHARLES. 

National Record Club convention. 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Natural resources. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Nature and purpose of the universe. 
DURANG, CHRISTOPHER. 

Nature of the law. 
INSURORS PRESS, INC. 

Naufragos en el parque de atracciones. 
DIAZ, JORGE. 

Navegacion. 

SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 



Ne reveille.1 pas, Madame. 
ANOUILH, JEAN. 

Nechayev. 

OTWAY, THOMAS. 

Nelson and Isabel!-. 

KIRWIN, FREDERICK ROBERT. 

Nephew is found. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Nester's gold. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Never laugh when a hearse goes by. 
PALMER, JOHN. 

New blac!k crook. 
SZANTO, GEORGE H. 

New concept in sign support systems. 
HANDY (JAM) PRODUCTIONS. 

New concepts of the minister's role -- 
new forms of community life. 
DITTES, JAMES E. 
DURGIN, LAWRENCE L. 
GILLESPIE, DAVID M. 
HAUGHEY, JOHN C, S.J. 
LUCAS, LAWRENCE E. 
SEAVER, ROBERT E. 
STEINBERG, PAUL M. 
STYCHE, LEONARD G. 
WEBBER, GEORGE W. 
WHITEN, BENNIE E., JR. 
WILLIAMS, COLIN W. 

New dimensions in sound and thought. 
WARREN, TROY. 

New dimensions of vocation. 
WEBBER, GEORGE W. 

New Eden. 

SELDON, NICHOLAS ALAN. 

New enemy. 

LITTELL, EDWARD M. 

New forms of community life. 
HAUGHEY, JOHN C, S.J. 

New Hamlet. 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

New heaven and earth. 
KULHAWY, KENNETH LEE. 

New life. 

CORSARO, FRANK. 
RICE, ELMER. (R) 

New life in Him. 
PUGH, GARALD. 

New theatre of Europe, 4. 
ESSLIN, MARTIN. 

New World . 

ENDERS, HOWARD A. 

New York at night. 
SHMELTSMAN, LEO. 

New York comix. 
YOUNG, TIM. 

Newspaper. 

JASTER, MARGARET S. 

Newsprint clue. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Newsreel crime. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Niagara Falls. 
MELFI, LEONARD. 
Nice place you have here. 

APPLEMAN, MARJORIE. 
Nicholas was there. 

AIGNER, LUCIEN. 
Nick Carter. 

For titles beginning with Nick Carter 

See Renewal list under THE RETURN OF 

NICK CARTER. 



Nicole. 

KRINTZMAN, DONALD JULIAN. 

Night. 

HOFFMAN, GARY. 

Night at the baths. 
SPRINGER, WALTER. 

Night before Good Friday. 
MARTENS, CLARA. 

Night flight. 

KIEFER, WARREN DAVID. 

Night of the witch. 
KAUFMAN, LLOYD. 

Night Thoreau spent in jail. 
LAWRENCE, JEROME. 

Night train. 

BORDENIUK, STKI 

Night train to Quebec. 
FORGY, HOWELL M. 

Night watch on death row. 
TREMAYNE, MARK DANA. 

Night we ate Aunt Minnie. 
LIPMAN, CLAYRE. (R) 

Nihilists. 

EWEN, FREDERIC. 

911. 

ROHMANN, CHRISTOPHER. 

Nine hours to live. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Nine lives of Batman. 
MARKS, DENNIS. 

$19.00 actress. 
RODALE, JEROME I. 

1970 compositions for oral presenta- 
tion. 
BARNETT, WILLIAM EDWARD. 

1970 computax training seminar. 
COMMERCE CLEARING HOUSE, INC. 

1971 individual income tax refresher 
course. 

KESS, SIDNEY. 

1971 Lenten sermon series. 
CRAWFORD, ROBERT E. 

1976. 

PARRILLA, ARTURO. 

Ninety-day mistress. 
COYLE, J. J. 

Nite club comic and the kabuki dancer. 
EINHORN, ABE. 

No arm in right field. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

No deposit - no return. 
TOOMAM, CHARLES L. 

NO friends needed- 
SCHAPPERT, EDNA. 

No hope for Lake of Hope. 
BROWN, TERRY DAVE. 

No involvement, please. 
SCHAPPERT, EDNA. 

No lullaby for me. 
CALITRI, PRINCINE. 
No man's land. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

No place. 

COLBERT, JUNE. 
No such thing as luck. 

BROWN, ROBERT M. 

No way out. 

DAVIS, OWEN. (R) 

Nonsense is good sense. 
CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 



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Jan. -June 



Nor the bones of birds. 
RABE, DAVID WILLIAM. 

Nora. 

PALMER, WINTHROP B. 

Nosey Peeper. 

GOLDMAN, KALMAN. 

Not an egg left for tomorrow's break- 
fast. 
MADSEN, RAGNHILDE. 

Not my type. 

SCHAPPERT, EDNA. 

Not now, darling. 
C00NEY, RAY. 

Notation exercises. 
CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Nothing and beyond. 
STEPHENS, RUTH E. 

Nothing but a nothing but everything. 
TYREE, JOE W. 

Nothing is revealed. 
RHODES, WARREN ALLEN. 

Nothing left of childhood. 
MORRISON, JOHN. 

Now. 

GOLDSMITH, MICHAEL H. 

Now Oklahoma. 

RHODES, ONNETTE LETHIN. 

Now that I know you. 
PARLEY, RICHARD. 

Now they sing again. 
FRISCH, MAX. 

Nudist. 

WEITZMAN, DORIS. 

Number one. 
LAROE, JAMES. 

Numbers, 4-5-6 year olds. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Nummisuutarit . 

JOHNSON, RICHARD BYRON. 

Nun singen sie wieder. 
FRISCH, MAX. 

Nympho motel. 

RANIA, ALBERT NICOLINO. 



o 



Oberammergau passion. 
CRAWFORD, ROBERT E. 

Obispo Chicheno. 

PEREZ BARRETO, SAMUEL. 

Obtuse triangle . 
ROSA, BERNARD. 

Occupants. 

BOYLAN, ELEANOR. 

Ode to a bindle stiff. 
GOVETT, HAROLD A. 

Odyssey. 

COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 

Oedipus tyrannus. 
SOPHOCLES. 

Of cabbages and kings. 
CARRICART, ROBERT, JR. 

Of masks and flowers. 

E. C. COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

Of mice and men. 
FLOYD, CARLISLE. 

Of sailing ships and sealing wax. 
QUIMBY, CHARLES RUSSELL. 

Office building. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL 'FILMS . 
Office cashier. 

HANDY (JAM) PRODUCTIONS. 



Office tests for renal disease. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Official business. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Ofoti. 

WHEATCROFT, JOHN. 

Oh child of golden hopes, oh father of 
great esteem. 
RUDERMAN, HORACE A. 

Ohm ' s law . 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS- 
TRICT (CALIF.) 

Oil storage and distribution. 
REARDON, JOHN EDWARD. 

Okay Salem. 

RUSSELL, ROBERT TRAYLOR. 

Oklahoma . 

RODGERS, RICHARD. (R) 

Old Chelsea. 

ELLIS, WALTER. (R) 

Old Glory. 

TAMRAZ, CLEMENT ALVIN. 

Old man. 

IKO, MOMOKO. 

Om. 

LEIGHTON-HERRMANN, TEDD. 

Omaha arrow. 

RAUCH, CAROLYN. 

Omar. 

JASTER, MARGARET S. 

On an open roof. 
INLENDER, AVRAHAM. 

On Lethe Wharf. 

CALEBAUGH, CHARLES BARNEY. 

On principles of artistic communica- 
tion. 
LASKE, OTTO ERNST. 

On stage, Mr. Jolson. 
SIEBEN, PEARL. 

On the bum. 

THERIEN, ROBERT F. 

On the necessity for a Long range goals 
for mankind - interdisciplinary under- 
graduate major (LRGM-IUM) in higher 
education. 

ACHUTHAN, M. RADH. 

On the opposites in music: separation 
and junction. 
BAIRD, MARTHA. 

On the road. 

PRESTON, ANTHONY GLENWOOD. 

On the two front. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

On the way to where I was before. 

MURPHY, BEVERLEE GALLI. 

Once a soldier boy. 
REDDICK, JANE B. 

Once and for all and for always, Morris 
Blank. 
MINICHIELLO, RICHARD R. , JR. 

Once around Lake Merritt. 
COVA, JOHN W. 

Once every two weeks. 
BRIGHT, CHARLES JAMES. 

Once in wonder. 

DE REFLER, SEYMOUR SANDY. 

Once too much. 
STONE, OLIVER. 

Once upon a silent night. 
GURSKE, LOIS. 



One and only tribal dance of Dennis 
McGraw. 
GROTH, KELVIN. 

One face. 

/r.BARINO, JOSEPH. 

One is one and two is two. 
THOMPSON, BEVERLY ELAINE. 

One life: the dilemma of Nathan Hale. 
CAUSEY, ALAN. 

One man band. 
BELL, MARTIN. 

One man's heaven. 

JEROLAMON, GERALD ALLEN, JR. 

One night in daylight. 
SCHMID, VERNON. 

One: the 2 of us. 

STEVENSON, WILLIAM ADELL, III. 

One tiger to a hill. 
TULLEN, JACOB. 

One touch of Venus . 
NASH, OGDEN. (R) 

One, true, free, or. 
LAWSON, EDWARD C. 

1,2,4 theory: a synthesis. 
FISCHER, LYNN HENRY. 

One! Two! Three! The Hindu-Arabic num- 
ber system. 
RAPPOLT, HEDWIG D. 

One way out. 

UPTON, THOMAS MILLER. 

One's company. 

ROSHKIND, MELVYN. 

Only a king. 

SMITH, CHESTER LEO. 

Only the Army can save the country. 
LAGUSKER, IRWIN S. 

Opal is a diamond. 
PATRICK, JOHN. 

Open season. 

HAMILTON, JOHN H. 

Opera buff a, joker style. 
HANEY, BOB. 

Opera flies. 

EL-DABH, HALM. 

Operating letter system, OL. 
BABBIDGE, ROBERT F. 

Operation Gadfly. 
WERTENBAKER, LAEL. 

Operation profit. 
BAFFA, LOUIS J. 

Operation sidewinder. 
ROGERS, SAM SHEPARD. 

Optimal therapy of asthma. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

OpUS I. 

AXELRAD, NANCY SANDRA. 

Oral and written communication. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Oregano. 

O'NEIL, BRI.'J DANIEL. 

Orestes. 

STONE, OLIVER. 

Organized crime. 
HOLLMAN, DANIEL P. 

Oriental carpets — a bridge to under- 
standing. 
GRAHAM, LUCY BRENT. 

Origin of farming and settlement life. 
NAF, ULRICH. 



Orphan . 

RABE, DAVID WILLIAM. 



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107 



Orpheus in Hades. 

OFFENBACH, JACQUES. (R) 

Ostern in Rom. 
MILO, OTTO. 

otello. 

VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

Othello. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 
VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

Other filing systems. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Other people. , 
MADDEN, WILLIAM. 

Other side. 
HEU, STEPHEN. 

Other side of the wall. 
0' SULLIVAN, MICHAEL. 

Others. 

SHELDON, NAOMI BETTI. 

Our ancestors speak. 
KEMP, ARNOLD. 

Our family is black. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Our new world. 
STROICZ, DMYTRO. 

Our program. 

KAYE, LAURI WALTER. 

Our rose . 

MAXWELL, DEANE L. 

Out of the cradle endlessly rocking. 
SMITH, KENNETH HAROLD. 

Out of the stadium. 
AXELRAD, JORDAN. 

Outlaw of the man-made mountains. 
FOG EL, JULIUS. 

Outrageous fortune. 

MELONEY, ROSE FRANKEN. (R) 

Over 40 and out. 

STROUD, MARY LOUISE. 



Oxford rises to shine. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 



P for peace. 
KOUT, MARIA. 

Padrevia. 

PASATIERI, THOMAS. 

Pain of second birth. 
PURYEAR, BRONSON LEE. 

Paint house. 

ARGANO, EZIO S. 

Painter. 

BROWN, GARDNER D. 

Palace of the minotaur. 
AVERY, HELEN P. 

Paleface. 

MOORE, WILLIAM HARRISON, JR. 

Palestine plays. 

HOUSMAN, LAURENCE. (R) 

Panacea. 

GACEK, DANIEL. 

Pandemonium. 
ALBO, JOHN. 

Panhandler. 

HORWTTZ, LEONARD. 
MILBERT, MARIETTA. 

Paper dragon. 

C.IBSON, ROBERTA. 



Parable . 

JOSELOVITZ, ERNEST ALLAN. 

Parable of winning and losing. 
BRUNER, ROGER ELLIS. 

Paradise lost. 

FUNDERBURK, MARY KATHRYN GONDER. 

Paree, bonjour. 

FALLEDER, ARNOLD EDWARD. 

Parlez-vous farce. 

SCHUMANN, DAVID PAUL. 

Party. 

ZIAS, JOSEPH FRANCIS, JR. 

Party crasher. 

MANBER, DAVID. 

Party list. 

RICHMAN, PETER MARK. 

Pass to death. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Passing of Francis Scott Key. 
MARKGRAF, BRUCE R. 

Passing through. 
WILTSE, DAVID. 

Passion of Don Godekirer. 
RUSSO, ARMAND H. 

Passionate shepherd. 

ROEGLER, GREGORY STEPHEN. 

Pastor and marriage therapy groups. 
WILKE, RICHARD B. 

Pastor and social concerns. 
VALENTINE, FOY J. 

Pastor's absent on vacation. 
TILLIS, MEL. 

Pathways view of slavery — the Civil 
War and Reconstruction. 
PATHWAYS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, INC. 

Patient. 

MARSHALL, HOWARD. 

Pattern for crime. 
THE SHADOW. (R ) 

Paul. 

FLAXMAN, HARVEY. 

Paul Robeson. 
OWEN, PAUL H. 

Pauncho grande. 

CALCATERRA, JOHN H. 

Pauvre Philippe. 
CESBRON, GILBERT. 

Pawnee . 

JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Paymaster in every family. 
BLOOM, URSULA. (R) 

Peace at any price husband. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Peace of mind. 

VOISELLE, MICHAEL T. 

Peaceful valley. 
GURSKE, LOIS. 

Peacock plan. 

CUMMINGS, RAYMOND P. 

Peanut poker. 

FRANZEN, RICHARD. 

Pearls stay on. 

SHUREN, CHARLINE OSGOOD. 

LEWIS, KATHRYN MONICA, 
pelican Shakespeare. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 
Penny and the Christmas star. 

MURI, MARION L. 



Pensaci, Giacomio. 
PIRANDELLO, LUIGI. 

People. 

ROCKEY, PALMER. 

People and history. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

People are only human. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

People of New York vs. one book. 
SWIER, CHARLES. 

Peoples and cultures. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Perehe ridi ragazzo. 
SARZANO, LUIGI. 

Pere. 

BOURDET, EDOUARD. (R) 

Perfect. 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Perfect marriage. 

RAPHAELSON, SAMSON. (R) 

Perfidious pieman is Simon. 
BENSOL, OSCAR. 

Performance reviews that build com- 
mitment. 
GUYON, RICHARD. 

Perfumed garden of sexual delights. 
GORDON, HIRAM. 

Perils of Paul. 

DONATHAN, ELYSE D. 

Permanent tourists. 

WARD, SHERMAN CARL, JR. 

Permutations in a closed system. 
SUSS, IRVING D. 

Persistence of the memory. 
MASHIAH, IGAL JACOV. 

Person and work of the Holy Spirit. 
HOBBS, HERSCHEL. 

Personal assortment. 
NEWMAN, BENJAMIN W. 

Personal enrichment program audio 
script. 
HEINBERG, PAUL. 

Personality development through respect. 
BOEHM, ALBERT C. 

Peso y balance. 

SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Peter. 

BORN, LOUIS. 

Peter called Pan. 
CLARK, PAUL W. 

Peter, Paul & Mary, this is your fairy 
godmother. 
FLAXMAN, HARVEY. 

Peter Rabbit. 
STUTTS, MARY B. 

Petit soldat. 

GARNHAM, NICHOLAS, tr. 
GODARD, JEAN-LUC. 

Philene. 

ROESLER, JO HANNS. (R) 

Phone call. 

WIENER, DOROTHY. 

Physical gas dynamics. 
RAND, SINAI. 

Physical mechanism linking RNA depend- 
ent DNA polymerase with run-away 
mitosis. 
GAGLIARDI, L. JOHN. 

Picnics are for Sunday afternoon. 
SALERNI, FRANK L. 



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Jan.-June 



Picture you upon my knee. 
ELWARD, JAMES. 

Piece of each self. 

LINGAFELTER, BARBARA Z. 

Piece of the rainbow. 
BARR, LILLIAN. 

Pied piper. 

WEISMAN, MARTHA. 

Pied Piper of Hamelin. 

HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 

Pierrot le fou. 
GODARD, JEAN-LUC. 

Pig tree apocalypse. 

REILLY, WILLIAM CHARLES. 

Pigeons in the subway. 
MAJOR, MICHAEL JOSEPH. 

Pigs is pigs. 

KAPLAN, JACK ARNOLD. 

Pike's Creek or bust. 
ALPORD, T. DALE, JR. 

Pimping time. 

WINDAU, KRISTIN. 

Pingazoo. 

SCHRAMM, WINIFRED. 

Pingazoo choreography. 

WINDSOR, ELAINE GARRISON. 

Pink angels. 

MCPHERSON, MARGARET. 

Pink string and sealing wax. 
PERTWEE, ROLAND. (R) 

Pinocchio. 

HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

Pinpointing causes of proteinuria. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Pinpointing origins of back pain. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Pioneers of ecstasy. 
FURLAUD, MAXIME. 

Pipe dream. 

BRADY, ANNE HAZLEW00D. 

Piper. 

ROSS, TAYLOE. 

Piper datos de pre-vuelo. 
SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Pitfalls of re-marriage. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Place. 

RICHMAN, PETER MARK. 

Placerville posse. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Plan. 

KLEIN, RICHARD A. 

Planned management program, PMP. 
BABBIDGE, ROBERT F. 

Planning. 

WILSON, CHARLES R. 

Planning your sales tactics. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Plastics are fluid again. 
HAKIM, S. 

Play. 

LARANGEIRA, CRISPIN. 
LOVELL, KIRK. 

Play and the reader. 
JOHNSON, STANLEY. 

Play as theater. 
AUSTELL, JAN. 

Play called today. 
SCHAIN, DON. 



Play of miracles. 
OTWAY, THOMAS. 

Play on Project Hill. 
KAUFMANN, LAWRENCE. 

Playboy. 

COPE, EDWARD B. 

Playboy of the Western World. 
SYNGE, JOHN MILLINGTON. 

Playful Grace. 

WARGELIN, RAYMOND ALVAR. 

Playground. 

GIORDANO, TONY. 

Plays. 

CLARK, ANTHONY. 
HARMS, JOHN. 

Plays to ponder. 

MCGOVERN, JOHN WARD. 

Please 7:52, we love you. 
DILEO, PETER. 

Plot is important for any theatrical 
production. 
STEIN, JACOB. 

Plotters. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Plumb loco. 

CARTER, LONNIE. 

Poet is dead. 
LOVELL, KIRK. 

Poetic suite with music and dance on 
Sojourner Truth. 
VAN SCOTT, GLORY. 

Point. 

THOEMKE, PETER E. 

Poissons rouges. 
ANOUILH, JEAN. 

Polkadotted dragon's tale. 

STUTSON, CAROLINE MACLACHLAN. 

Polskin method. 

POLSKIN, HARVEY H. 

Polygamy. 

DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Pontiac . 

JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

popcorn machine. 
BETAR, GEORGE. 

Poppies. 

JAMES, JESSICA. 

Pork. 

WARHOL, ANDY. 

Pornography in Poland. 
GROSSMAN, WILLIAM R. 

Porter Wagoner. 

O'BRIEN, ROBERT E. 

Portrait of a family . 
MAYER, JOSEPH ROBERT. 

Portrait of a hero. 
THOMAS, A. E. (R) 

Portraits of a West. 

HOCKENSMITH, ALLADINE BELL. 

Polarity. 

TANENHAUS, BEVERLY. 

Poses, a play in one act. 

GRANGER, PERCIVAL HARKNESS, III. 

Positive mental attitude. 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

possessed. 

EWEN, FREDERIC. 
MONTGOMERY, ROBERT. 



Post mortem. 

CRAWFORD, CHERYL. 

Post-surgical care series. 
DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Potowmack Valley. 
PORTER, JOHN F. 

Poverty: Hope or hopeless. 
BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F., JR. 

Powah. 

BEHAR, ROBERT N. 

Power and ideals: Definition. 
LINCOLN, C. ERIC. 

Power is the rainbow. 
KLINE, WILLIAM M. 

Power play. 

LOVE, CHARLES R. 

Power supply regulators. 
CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Practical diode. 
CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Practical electricity. 
CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Practical semiconductor diodes. 
CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Pragmatic mysticism. 
MUHL, BARBARA MARY. 

Prayer in the public schools. 
BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F. , JR. 

Prayer life of Jesus. 
HALLOCK, E. F. 

Preaching -from the book of James. 
CLINARD, GORDON. 

Preaching values in the parables. 
SUMMERS, RAY. 

Pre-alignment checks. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF.) 

Preface. 

YAFFE, STEPHEN HARRY. 

Premise protection planning. 
COLE, RICHARD. 

Preparation for adulthood. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Preparation for marriage. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Preparation H. 

MARLIN ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Prereading, 4-5-6 year olds. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Presentation and demonstration. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Presentation materials for monitor in- 
struction-IPI curriculum applica- 
tions . 
EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES. 

Presentations that sell. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Preventing coronary heart disease — 
America's no.l killer. 
MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF.) 

Preventing employee theft. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Preventive oral hygiene. 
BAILEY ENTERPRISES, LTD. 

Preventive security measures. 
GUGAS, CHRIS, SR. 

Primary listening skills program, la-lc 
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 



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109 



Prima sbareo di Colombo. 
D'ARIANO, REGINA MARIA. 

Prince and the pauper. 

HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 

Princess and the dandy lion. 
CUMMINS, THOMAS. 

Frirteess and the Ogre. 
DANCHIK, ROGER LEWIS. 

Principles of investigation. 
INSURORS PRESS, INC. 

Printing calculator. 
MEDIA SYSTEMS CORP. 

Prise du pouvoir. 
MANET, EDUARDO. 

Private life of !*@? !*/#*?! 
BROOKS,- DONALD L. 

Private Weller. 

HARRIS, RENNICK W. 

Problem of internal security. 

STIRRAT, WILLIAM A. 

.Problem with Nelson. 
JAFFE, BRIAN M. 

Froblems in recognizing TB. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Proees. 

WELLES, ORSON. 

Prodiges. 

VAUTHIER, JEAN. 

Product and program power for '71. 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Production. 

KRAHBERGER, FRANZ. 

Profession. 

DEEMER, CHARLES ROBERT, JR. 

Professional basketball: The grinding 
life. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Professionalism in closing sales. 
BETTER MOUSETRAP, INC. 

Professor Hub Cap Show. 
COLEMAN, HERBERT. 

Professor's happy family. 
MILLMAN, DAVID. (R) 

Professor's secret. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. CR) 

Profit is the name of the game. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Prof undis . 

ERSKINE, CHESTER. 

Progressed horoscope. 
CHALAIRE, OLGA. 

Project. 

GINSBURG, BERNARD MATTHEW. 

Project committee system, PC. 
BABBIDGE, ROBERT F. 

Promenade, all. 
ROBISON, DAVID V. 

Propensities toward violence in the 
American ideology. 
ROELOFS, H. MARK. 

Prophet from Tekoah. 

BRAVERMAN, SHIRLEY JAY. 

Prophete. 

MEYERBEER, GIACOMO. 

Protecting the patient. 
DECISION MEDIA, INC. 



Protein. 

QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE, 
INC. 

Prototype pension program sales film. 
INDIANER (PAUL) & CO., INC. 

Psalms of two Davids. 
SCHWARTZ, JOEL. 

Psychiatrist looks at the generation 
gap. 
FELDSTEIN, LEONARD C. 

Psychiatry for everyone. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Psychic development of the feminine. 
ARGUE, JOHN THOMAS. 

Psychology, male, female, family close 
association. 
RILEY, FOREST L. , JR. 

Psychology of the salesman. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Puck's post. 

KATZIN, OLGA. (R) 

pudding Brothers show. 

ENGLISH, SAM. 

Pudgy pony of Pompeii. 
MCCALLUM, PHYLLIS. 

Pueblo. 

GREENBERG, STANLEY R. 

Puff the magic dragon. 
KRUEGER, CARL. 

Puppet master. 
NOBLE, DENNIS E. 

Puppet power. 

BROWN, ROSE SAMUELS. 

Puppet theatre that walked. 
RAYNER, JOAN. 

Pur. 

GELBER, S. MICHAEL. 

Pure Pontiacs. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Purim shpeel. 

JULIAN, CHARLES. 

Purlie. 

GELD, GARY. 

Purlie victorious. 
DAVIS, OSSIE. 
GELD, GARY. 

Purple passages. 
RIVERS, LOUIS. 

Purple seal. 

MCGOVERN, JOHN WARD. 

Purposes of this series. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Purse. 

PFEIFFER, FRANK. 

Put and call. 

SEGAL, BERNARD I. 

Putting children before the husband. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 



Quadrangle. 

COVITT, LOUIS D. 

Quaint Company, Ltd . 
CLEMENT, VICTOR. 



Qualifying the real estate prospect. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Lve analysis — Beer Lambert 
' < w . 
COMMUNICATION SKILLS CORP. 

ilyslo -- performing the 

. :jis. 
COMMUNICATION SKILLS CORP.. 

Quarterback civ 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Quasar. 

BIENSTOCK, DAVID PAUL. 

Queen Elizabeth: conflict and compromise. 
EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC. 

Queen of Sheba. 
GOUNOD, CHARLES. 

Queen Rose. 

JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Quick think. 

RICE, STANLEY H. 

Quiet desperation. 
PINE, PHILLIP E. 

Quiet in the forest. 
SYLVAINE, VERNON. (R) 

Quoth the raven. 

BICKLEY, ROBERT B. , SR. 

Qwerty and the Indians. 
HORVATH, MIKLOS FERENC. 



R 



Rabbi looks at the family. 
GLUSTROM, SIMON. 

Race with death. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Rachael Lily Rosenbloom (And don't 
you ever forget it) 
JABARA, PAUL F. 

Rachel's colonial belles. 
PODGORSKI, MIRIAM CODER. 

Radar weather briefing for pilots. 
TRANAIR CORP. 

[Radio and television commercial] 
2AB0JI, STEVEN B. 

Radio navegacion. 

SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Rafters ring. 
TAYLOR, UNA. 

Rag, a bone, an' a hank of hair. 
ANTHONY, HERBERT PETER. 

Raggedy Ann and Andy. 
MADELEY, DONNA LEE. 

Rainbow business meeting. 
MACINNES, JUDITH 0. 

Rais. 

PEVNY, WILHELM. 

Rap. 

LUBETKIN, STEVEN. 

Rat race. 

DELLINGER, PAUL M. 

Rawhide or rhubarb. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Ray and the gospel singer. 
GOULD, ELIZABETH. 

Reaching to darkne 

BAGDASIAN, HARRY MICH/. . 



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Read-along tales. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Reading along with Mother Goose. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Reading, 5-6 year olds. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Reading, 7-8 year olds. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Reading, 9-10-11 year olds. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Real great adventures of Charlatan 
Preston and his sister Sarge. 
SMITH, ERNEST. 

Real Joe B. 

RIVERA, EMILIO, JR. 

Realities of the 1970 economy. 
RINFRET, PIERRE A. 

Reality orientation in a nursing home: 
a summary. 
ARMSTRONG, PRISCILLA W. 

Reality orientation: why and how. 
HUNT, RUTHIE L. 

Realizing social ideals through law. 
SOFAER, ABRAHAM D. 

Really really really. 
LEHMAN, LEWIS W. 

Realms of gold. 

MILLS, DAVID HORTON. 

Reasonable madness & A madness for 
truth. 
BADRIG, ROBERT H. 

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. 
HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 

Rebirth of Christ, June, 1970. 
KENNEDY, LENOLA ORTHA WALTER. 

Rebus: a picture is worth 1000 words. 
KROKER, KENNETH W. 

Recipe exchange. 

VOSS, KITTY KEEPERS. (R) 

Recollections of a civilized man. 
NOBLE, DENNIS E. 

Recorded cassette lecture series in 
general psychology. 
KOPENHAVER, DAVID A. 

Records of death. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Recruiting and merit rating. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Red domino. 

THE SHADOW. (R) 

Red hand. 

MCGOVERN, JOHN WARD. 

Red menace. 

DAVID, MACK. (R) 

Red moon. 

SCHLOEGEL, LLOYD WADE. 

Red Riding Hood. 

LAWSON, ELLEN REYNOLDS, ed. 

Red roses for me. 
0' CASEY, SEAN. (R) 

Red suspenders. 

BALDWIN, WILLIAM E. 

Red uprising. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Reference materials. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF.) 



Reflections of Ke-wa-we-non. 
STERN, ROBERT. 

Reformation and reward. 
MCGOVERN, JOHN WARD. 

Regie du Jeu. 
RENOIR, JEAN. 

Rehearsal. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 
KLINE, ANTHONY ANCH. 

Reine de Saba. 
GOUNOD, CHARLES. 

Rejoice. 

JEFFREY, MILDRED. 

Related man! With time. 
ANDERSON, HENRY JOSEPH. 

Relations. 

YANNI, EUGENE R. 

Relations of Paul Le Jeune. 
BERLIN, JOYCE EDWINA. 

Relative. 

BRANSCOM, HARRY R. , JR. 

Relativity applied to philosophy. 
ERVIN, JAMES RANDOLPH. (R) 

Relax and listen. 

BURNETT, EARLE MOODY. 

Relevance of sound, an audio approach 
to phonetic and structural analysis. 
COOLIDGE, FRANCES. 

Reluctant virgin. 
HOLDEN, PAUL. 

Remnants. 

GRABILL, PAUL BRADLEY. 

Renaissance crucifixion. 
ZIMMERMAN, HOWARD. 

Renaissance man. 
HARTY, VINCENT. 

Rendezvous. 

COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 

Renegade ghouls of Caddo Swamp. 
REED, JOEL M. 

Reprisal. 

FEVES, GENE SEMENOV. 

Requiem for the king. 
DIXON, JOHN STEPHEN. 

Requiem of a city. 
BLISS, ALICE. 

Requiem por la lluvia. 
MARTINEZ QUEIROLO, JOSE. 

Requite. 

NEWBY, CLIFFORD ALFRED. 

Research skills. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS- 
TRICT (CALIF.) 

Resentful young working woman. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Respiration. 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Restaurant/bar security series. 
BUZBY, WALTER J., II. 

Resurgence. 

IVEY, JOHN ARTHUR. 

Resurrection of the damned. 
PURYEAR, BRONSON LEE. 

Retirement plan for self-employed 
persons. 
DREYFUS SALES CORP. 

Return to Eden. 

MONTGOMERY, CHARLOTTE BAKER. 



Return to sanity. 

BURNETT, EARLE MOODY. 

Reunion. 

KOOGLER, THERESA ANN. 

Revenge of the chipmunk:. 
KAPLAN, JACK ARNOLD. 

Revenger's tragedy. 
TOURNEUR, CYRIL. 

Reverend. 

PROVOST, CONSUELA M. 

Reves d' amour. 

FAUCHOIS, RENE. (R) 

Revolt against morality . 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Revolution starts inside. 
ROBBINS, MARTIN. 

Revolutionary preacherman. 
SMITH, LEON DELANO. 

Revolutionary priest. 
GERASSI, JOHN. 

Revolutionary's handbook. 
HTLDEN, H. GORDON. 

Richard. 

GALLAGHER, FRANCIS. 

Richard II. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Right in your own back yard. 
SILVERLIGHT, BARRY MILES. 

Right on baby. 
VAN HEARN, J. 

Right on, sisters. 
SEIFFER, DAVID A. 

Right to petition and peaceably to 
assemble. 
MCKAY, ROBERT B. 

Rights and responsibilities at the 
university. 
KUTNER, LUIS. 

Rigoletto. 

QUAYLE, EDWARD. 

Rimbaud . 

GOLD, LLOYD. 

Ring. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Ring the bell. 
NORMAN, ANN. 

Rip Van Winkle. 

HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 

Rise and fall of Big Julie. 
RICE, JEFFREY GRANT. 

Rise and fall of Citizen Nobody. 
BOND, RALEIGH. 

Rise to glory, fall to sorrow. 
BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Rising of the moon. 
MAW, NICHOLAS. 

Rites of passage. 
FOWLER, ROBERT. 

Riverhead . 

GIANNI, VIRGINIA T. 

Robbie Burns, balladeer. 
HOWLETT, ANDREW T. 

Robin. 

DANIELEWSKI, TAD. 

Robinson Crusoe. 

DANSICKER, MICHAEL E. 



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Rol. 

LEREBOURS, MICHEL PHILIPPE. 

Role-playing: a decision-making game 
for coastal zone management. 
WALSH, JENNIE R. 

Rolling sea at Setubal. 
EICH, GUENTER. 

Roman bath of Caesar's wife. 
TREMAYNE, MARK DANA. 

Romeo and Juliet. 

STAMBAUGH, DOUGLAS E. 

Romeo et Juliette. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Rooking in a rookery. 
DI GANGI, LOUIS A. 

Room nerves. 

HAUPTMAN, WILLIAM THORNTON. 

Room 222: we bombed at Walt Whitman. 
LOTT, MILES, JR. 

R06mer. 

O'CONNOR, DOLORES J. 

Rope's end. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Rosalee Pritchett. 

MOLETTE, CARLTON W., II. 

Rosaura. 

SCARLATTI, ALESSANDRO. 

Rose for cousin Henry. 
BLAINE, LAURENCE. 

Rose girl. 

RANDOM, DARRELL. 

Rose is sixteen. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 



HELEN LUCILLE. 



Rosetti. 
JOHNSEN, 

Rownd wun. 
PY, TOM. 



Roy's letters. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Rub-a-dub-a-dub . 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Rules of the game. 
RENOIR, JEAN. 

Rumpelstiltskin. 

CHELMOW, SCOTT DAVID. 
GESSNER, RICHARD A. 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

Run, sheep, run. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Run, Toby, run. 
BOONE, THERONE J. 
PEDDY, JAMES AUTHOR. 

Running from the dawn. 

PHELPS, ARTHUR BRYAN EDWARD. 

Ruth and Naomi. 

WISE, CHARLES CONRAD, JR. 



S.O.L. 
MYERS, 



CAROLE A. 



Sabbath. 

CONNELLY, VINCENT. 

Sacrifice. 

KEY, PETER GALE. 
LIEBMAN, HERBERT. 



Saga of St. Paul. 

CONKLE, ELLSWORTH P. 

Saga of Soapy Smith. 

ARNOLD, DONNA VALENTINE. 

Saga of Wild Buck. 
BOND, RALEIGH. 

Sailors at an exhibition. 
RAWLINGS, PAUL B. 

Saint Joan. 

SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. 

Saint Joan of Arc. 
BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Saint Louis. 

ROLLAND, ROMAIN. 

St. Peter the apostle play. 
HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

Salary savings. 

INDIANER (PAUL) & CO., INC. 

Salesman's kickoff meeting. 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Sally had a little smog. 
JACOBS, JUDITH. 

Sally in society. 
HARDMAN, ST. JOHN. 

Sally sallies forth. 
BRAUN, WILBUR. (R) 

Saloon. 

BACHTOLD, KEN. 

Salute to the young generation, pt.l. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Salute to the young generation, pt.2. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Sam Holiday. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Same time, same station. 
MURPHY, MERVYN. 

Samsara. 

WEINBERGER, JONATHAN LAWRENCE. 

Sana. 

GREEN, RUSSELL B. 

Sans everything. 
SIMMONS, LYDIA. 

Santa and the snowflake fairies. 
MIDDLETON, DORIS RAYNON BLOCK. 

Santa Catalina Island incident. 
BROWN, TERRY DAVE. 

Santacqua. 

GLASS, JOANNA M. 

Santa's Christmas satellite. 
CROUT, GEORGE. 

Sara. 

SCHREIBER, MONA. 

Satin doll. 

SIMPSON, FREDRICK DOUGLAS. 

Satori. 

TAYLOR, DOUGLAS D. 

Satyricon. 

FOSTER, PAUL. 

Saturday night and Sunday morning. 
BOYLE, DONALD R. 

Savage dilemma. 
PATRICK, JOHN. 

Savages in Puente San Gil. 
RECUERDA, JOSE MARTIN. 



Save the virgin for me. 
KRAMISEN, RICHARD S. 

Say aloha to the guru, darling. 
DEPTULA, WALTER J., JR. 

Say, did anyone ever tell you that you 
look Just like Dustln Hoffman. 
CUDDY, WILLIAM T. 

Say Moose, can you count. 
CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

Scandal. 

PASCAL, JOHN R. 

Scandalous Mrs. Jack. 
WING, LUCIE LEE. 

Scarecrow. 

WHITE, GARRY MICHAEL. 

Scarlet cord. 

WALLER, NOVICE B. 

Scarlett letter. 

DAVIDSON, GERALD G. 

Scarsdale. 

HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

Scenario. 

COLLINS, MARJORIE WEINMAN. 

Scenes: for actors. 
FEDYSZYN, STAN. 

Sceptre. 

HEINISCH, MARSHALL. 

School for spinsters. 
LAMB, MARGARET. 

School for wives. 

POQUELIN, JEAN BAPTISTE. 

Science explorations. 

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Science, 9-10-11 year olds. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Score. 

DOUGLAS, JERRY. 

Scoring. 

DE SOUZA, STEVEN E. 

Scratch. 

MACLEISH, ARCHIBALD. 

Screwdrivers, wrenches, sheet metal and 
welding. 
MORELAND-LATCHFORD PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Script for a tax sheltered annuity film. 
INDIANER (PAUL) & CO., INC. 

Script for the word box. 
JACOBS ON, ROBERT. 

Scyklon Z. 
LAMB, MYRNA. 

Sea journey. 
LORD, DAVID. 

Sea-shell. 

CHOWN, PATRICIA. (R) 

Sea spoiler. 

RANDMARC PRODUCTIONS. 

Seahorse. 

MOORE, ROBERT JAMES. 

Search for loneliness. 
SINGLETON, RALPH S. 

Search for love. 
ARNOLD, ESTHA J. 

Season of the hunter. 
GOLD, BARRY E. 

Seasons of his mercies: John Donne 
at St. Paul's, Christmas, 1624. 
ROBBINS, MARTIN. 



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Sechste Sinn. 
JARAY, HANS. 

Second best. 

GLASNER, ANN K. 

Second coming. 
BONANNO, JOHN. 
FLINT, ROGER. 

Second coming of Mrs. C. 
HALE, ALLEAN LEMMON. 

second function of a politician. 
RINFRET, PIERRE A. 

Second shepherd's play. 
HOBBS, WAYNE. 

Second version -- occupation. 
HILL, MARS A. 

Secret life of Jesus. 
EDLER, PETER. 

Secret of the ruined fort. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Secretary. 
HAKIM, S. 

Section nine. 

MAGDALANY, PHILIP. 

secure future. 

PADGETT, W. KEITH. 

See about-my brother John Henry. 
HOPKINS, SAM. 

Seed. 

BONSERGENT, REJANE. 

Seeing Eastern Europe. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Seeing the Pacific States. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Seguiamolo. 

ROSSETTI, ALDO. 

Seiberman prophecy. 
TITOME, CHARLES. 

Seize the time. 

SAN FRANCISCO MIME TROUPE, INC. 

Selecting new managers. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Self-defense. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Selling- security to management. 
CANTZ, MARVIN S. 

Seminole. 

JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Senior citizen follies. 
SAMBERG, BENJAMIN. 

Senor Martinez-Jones. 
HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

Sermon digests. 
BERRY, DON. 

Sermons for special occasions. 
PASCHALLj_H. FRANKLIN . 

Sermons, fourth quarter 197&?{S*) 
MARSHALL, PETER J -^v£V"£- 

Servetus. 

JONES, THOMAS J. 

Servicing the Bendix duo-servo brake. 
MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF.) 

Set theory. 

PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. 

Seven at. a swat. 
GAMSON, ARNOLD. 



Seven samurai. 
KUROSAWA, AKIRA. 

Seven throats in a tunnel of wire grass. 
WILSON, JAMES HOWARD. 

Sex and violence . 

MULHOLLAHD, LORAINE DESPRES. 

Sex eduea-tion. 

KIRKENDALL, LESTER A. 

Sex machine. 

SUTTON, HOWARD EDWIN. 

Sex revolution. 
LESTER, JERRY. 

Sexagon. 

FRIEDMAN, EDWARD. 

Sexless marriage. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Sexual inadequacy of the male, pt.l. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Sexual inadequacy of the male, pt.2. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Sexually frigid man. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Sexy girl for my boy. 
SKVORECKY, JOSEF. 

Shade of white. 
JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Shadow 'cross the sun. 
SERRETT, JAMES. 

Shadows. 

BORDENIUK, STEPHEN. 

Shadows from a shattered prism. 
BURGESS, BRIA. 

Shadows in the cave. 
EDGLEY, LESLIE. 

Shake hands with Shakespeare. 

CULLUM, ALBERT. 

Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. 
HOETKER, JAMES. 

Shangri-Kirsch. 
BRENDLE, MARY. 

Shards. 

MUNN, GARY. 

She. 

WARD, HIRAM HENRY. 

She follows me about. 
TRAVERS, BEN. (R) 

She rages in a lurking place. 
JACOBS, FRED RUE. 

She shells commercial. 
BOORAEM, JONE ALLISON. 

Sheer coincidence. 
SHAPPIN, IRWIN. 



Shelter. 
MCCALL, 



JAMES R. 



Shelvin Hall, minister. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Shenandoah — daughter of the stars. 
STERRETT, ELIZABETH G. 

Sheriff by proxy. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Sheriff who had no horse. 
BARRY, PHILIP JAMES. 

She's called Virginia. 

LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF VIRGINIA. 

She's done it again. 
PERTWEE, MICHAEL. 



Shlchlnin no samurai. 
KUROSAWA, AKIRA. 

Shipping and commerce. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Sho-Biz production scripts. 
GRAY, WILLIAM LEE, JR. 

Shock. 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Shocker. 

BROZOWSKI, RON. 

Sholom. 

PINCUS, JACOB T. 

Shop safety. 

MORELAHD-LATCHFORD PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Shopkeeper. 
HEUER, JOHN. 

Shopping center. 

CORONETT INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Shorthand refresher course. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS- 
TRICT (CALIF.) 

Shoshone . 

JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Should a man tell his woman everything. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Should a woman tell her man everything. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Show her you love her. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Show, show, come to the show. 
GROTH, MELVIN. 

Showcase 1: plays from the Eugene 
O'Neill foundation. 
LAHR, JOHN, ed. 

Showdown. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Shuiler's child. 
0' KELLY, SEUMAS. 

Siamese connections. 

REARDON, DENNIS J. 

Sickfare. 

ARTIC, ROBERT. 

Siddhartha. 

MOORE, GARY E. 

Signal flow graphs, 100, 102, 104. 
CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Signal 13. 

GRAHAM, DONALD EDWARD. 

Siguiente. 

LEIVA SEGURA, JOSE LUIS. 

Silent majority. 
'COTTRELL, KENT A, 

Silhouette . 

QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE, 
INC. 

Silhouettes in courage. 
STOMPTOWN MUSIC CORP. 

Silky. 

JOHNSON, WALLACE. 

Silver king. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Simon and the circus. 
DANIEL, KENNETH C. 

Simon Boccanegra. 
VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

Simon sez. 

MAJOR, MICHAEL JOSEPH. 



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Simplex simplicius. 
GOEHR, ALEXANDER. 

Sing-a-song of cleanliness. 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Sing jubilee. 

SIMMS, MARION. (R) 

Sing out, sweet land. 

KERR, WALTER FRANCIS. (R) 

Singing for money. 
SEELY, SCOTT B. 

Sins of Jean Jacques Rousseau. 
KOZAK, YITKA R. 

Sioux. 

JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Sisters-in-law. 
YANN1, EUGENE R. 

Sit in the corner and say amen. 
REDDICK, JANE B. 

Sitting Bull. 

JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Six-guns smoke. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

666. 

GREAVES, DONALD. 

Six terrifying words. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Sixteen speech stories on cassettes. 

THUESON, MARTHA ANNE. 

Skandalon. 

KALISKY, RENE. 

Skeleton Canyon. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Skill building tape 2-BTL-100-S-1— S-16" 
for AVT introductory typing BTL-100. 
MEDIA SYSTEMS CORP. 

Skillful skullduggery of Scapin. 
NIEMI, RICHARD M. 

Skis. 

LEVESQUE, RAYMOND WARREN. 

Skull mountain. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Slam the door softly. 
LUCE, CLARE BOOTHE . 

Slaughter of the innocents. 
CLARK, DONALD R. 

Sleuth. 

SHAFFER, ANTHONY. 

Slim Sam and Sis. 
BATTY, DEREK C. 

Small packages. 
MANBER, DAVID. 

Small town revue. 

WILSON, WILLIAM WOODROW. (R) 

Smite the wicked. 
HAUGHT, JAMES A. 

Smoking: The agony and ecstacy of 
quitting. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

LARSON, DAVID JEREMY. 

Snakes and ladders. 
WATT, PETER. (R) 

Snapshots of a long walk. 
MULLER, PETER. 

Snow train. 

BROOKS, RICHARD E. 



Snow White and the seven dwarfs. 
HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 

Snowbird. 

DELGADO, RAMON LOUIS. 

Sndwbound . 

AMADUCCI, ENRICO. 

Soap and water are my friends. 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Soap opera, an American vaudeville. 
THOMAS, STAN. 

Social revolution decade. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Social security for each and all. 
BURNS, EVELINE M. 

Social studies explorations. 
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Socialized medicine. 
PERRON, LILLIAN D. S. 

Socially prominent. 
FELDER, LOUIS. 

Society. 

BARILE, BIAGIO. 

Sodom and Gomorrah, two who escaped 
toilet training. 
WALLOCK, ROSALIE. 

Soldier's wife. 

MELONEY, ROSE FRANKEN. (R) 

Solid sampling. 

COMMUNICATION SKILLS CORP. 

Solitary. 

WEBSTER, TONY. 

Solo passage. 

CAINE, MILTON A. 

Solomon and Balkis. 

THOMPSON, RANDALL. (R) 

Some of my best friends. 
RESNIK, ROBERT ALAN. 

Some of my best friends are ghosts. 
STEPHENSON, LUCY CHASE. 

Some opposites in Mozart, con amore. 
BAIRD, MARTHA. 

Some political definitions. 
GARDNER, LEE S. 

Some sweeping remarks. 
RODALE, JEROME I. 

Someday I'll grow up. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Someone cares about you. 
PREST, RICHARD D. 

Something extra. 
FORD, JAMES R. 

Something to think about. 
MENACOF, MITCHELL. 

Something ' s afoot .- 
GERLACH, ROBERT. 

Sometime out of sight. 
GOULD, FRANK R. 

Son et lumiere at Jackson Square. 
FERLITA, ERNEST, S.J. 

Son of Cisco Kid. 
RENALDO, DUNCAN. 

Song for Helen. 
RAWLINGS, PAUL B. 

Song man. 

WILLIAMS, MICHAEL R. 

Song of Dracula. 

VAN DIEST, NORMAN H. 



Song of Hosea. 

GELBER, S. MICHAEL. 

Song of Jacob. 

GELBER, S. MICHAEL. 

Song of Solomon. 

GELBER, S. MICHAEL. 

Song of songs. 

COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 

Songwriter's life. 
LEWIS, CARL H. 

Sons and soldiers. 
SHAW, IRWIN. (R) 

Sons like these. 
NEUMANN, CARL A. 

Sophie Halenczik, American. 
DAVTS, OWEN. (R) 

Souffle au coeur. 
MALLE, LOUIS. 

Soul countdown. 
BRITTEN, JOHN W. 

Soul of Marie. 

ZAKRZEWSKI, MARY C. 

Soul of Willy. 
WILKS, PETER Y. 

Soul soliloquy: or, Lectures for the 
spiritual minded. 
MEADERS, MARGARET S. 

Soulier de satin. 
CLAUDEL, PAUL. (R) 

Sound of Eck. 
HALD, MARY. 

Sound of silence. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Sound of the sun. 
WALES, SANDRA KAY. 

Sounds of selling. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Sounds of supervision. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Soup. 

GIORDANO, TONY. 

Soviet-Egyptian arms deal of 1955. 
AHARONI, SHAUL M. 

Space brother. 
WILKS, PETER Y. 

Space travel vehicles. 
REARDON, JOHN EDWARD. 

Spaceship Earth. 
GORDY, RALPH. 

Spaceship to cloudland. 
LYNCH, HAROLD. 

Spanish drama of the golden age: twelve 
plays . 
MACCURDY, RAYMOND R. 

Spanish quirt. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Special groups and the congregation. 
GILLESPIE, DAVID M. 

Specimen. 

MCMANE, JUDITH GILHOUSEN. 

Spectators. 

CABLE, HAROLD. 

Spelling progress laboratory. 
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Sperm of Lucifer White. 
MALJEAN, JEAN RAYMOND. 



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Sphynx of Kiev. 

BRODER, WILLIAM K. 

Spider. 

MARTIN REAL, MARUJA. 

Spirit of America. 

SHIFLET, EARL JONES. 

Spiro T. Agnew is a riot. 
HEAVY MUSIC, INC. 

Sporting rights. 

BRIGHOUSE, HAROLD. (R) 

Sports stories. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Spotlight dramabook. 
FREED, DONALD. 
LAWRENCE, JEROME. 
WILSON, LANFORD. 

Spot-light on the human race in the 
new world. 

WELLS, KATIE. 

Spring green. 

CLEMENTS, FLORENCE RYERSON. (R) 

Spring recital. 

DREISER, THEODORE. (R) 

Spring story. 
SPRING CORP. 

Spy who mashed M.U.S.H. 
GRAY, WILLIAM LEE, JR. 

Square triangle. 

ZAKSENBERG, SHALOM. 

Stage left. 

STEWARD, DWIGHT. 

Stage to Sutter's Mill. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Stallion. 

MCKUEN, ROD. 

Stamp tramps. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Stampede . 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Stanislavski method lectures. 
MOORE, SONIA. 

Stanley. 

NOVAK, MARGE. 

Star flight. 

EDWARDS, CARLTON. 

Star in the heart of the world. 
GRAVES, RUSSELL BRIGGS, JR. (R) 

Starlight, starlight, thy very bright 
light . 
RUSCH, EDWARD A. 



the mind of 



State of bewilderment vs. 
John Public. 
GROOM, BILL. 

Status of the homosexual in society. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Stavrogin's creatures. 
MONTGOMERY, ROBERT. 

Steering geometry. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS- 
TRICT (CALIF.) 

Stenya. 

LIGHTSTONE, PETER. 

Step in the right direction. 
DESSLER, HAROLD Z. 

Stern geht auf aus Jaakob. 
BURKHARD, PAUL. 

Sticky fingers Laurie. 
CONSTAWTINE, KAREN. 



Stories for Joining in. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Storm operation. 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. (R) 

Story of Adam and Eve. 
TEMPLE, VAN Q. 

Story of Danny Long Legs. 
SMITH, YVONNE. 

Story of dinosaurs and fossils. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Story of Joe. 

BRUNER, RICHARD W. 

Story of love and people. 
DEPINO, DAVID J. 

Story of the first Christmas. 
OSTLER, DELLA M. 

Story the prophets tell. 
ROBERTSON, LUELLA. 

Strange experiment. 
JEROME, HELEN. (R) 

Stranger to Chicago. 

EVANS, LUTHER. 

Stranger to himself. 
WINDAU, KRISTIN. 

Strangers in our midst. 
DINNER, WILLIAM. (R) 

Strawberry souffle for dessert. 
WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION. 

Strike zone. 

JACOBS, FRED RUE. 

Stripper. 

CUTLER, ROLAND. 

Strokes. 

CRAWFORD, WAYNE D. 

Struggle in the street. 
STORY, VAN DYCK. 

Student power. 

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F. , JR. 

Studies -in the book of Joo. 

OWENS, JOHN JOSEPH. 

Study of life. 

KIRKSEY, HENRY ERVEN. 

Stuffings. 

PRIDEAUX, JAMES. 

Stygian hues. 

LANGELAND, MARTIN. 

Suburban syndrome . 
SMITH, W. EVERETT. 

Success patterns in listing and selling 

CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE ASSN. 

Success story. 

SOLINAS, PIERNICO. 

Such games the devils are playing. 
TALLMAN, ALBERT. 

Sudden spirit . 
DAVIDS, PAUL J. 

Sueno de la razon. 

VALLEJO, ANTONIO BUERO. 

Sugar power. 

SCHUMANN, DAVID PAUL. 

Suicide. 

MARSHALL, SCOTT A. 

Summer, fall, down. 
BEVANS, MARVIN JULES. 



Summer moon. 
NAKONECHNY, 



NESTOR B. 



Sun, son. 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM LEO. 

Sundays. 

CHACE, JOSEPH M. 

Sundown in Sego City. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Sunshine girl. 

MALONEY, CLARENCE. 

Supervising by objectives. 
BRANDT (S.) CORP. 

Suppose. 

ESPOSITO, JOHN R. 

Surrogate. 

KILLER, JAMES T. 

Swampy . 

CRUTCHER, GARY. 

Swan song. 

WOOLMAN, CLAUDE. 

Sweet Pea & Honey. 

SHANNON, JAMES EDWARD. 

Sweet sound of love. 
TORE, DAVID. 

Swindlers. 

WESTERN COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

Switc hblade-mac hete . 
SCHUMANN, DAVID PAUL. 

Symphony in voodoo. 
VAN HEARN, J. 

System. 

YOUNG, CLARENCE, III. 



T.H.D. 

WALTERS, DON W. 

T.K.O. 

HESS, LEWIS LEE. 

T.S.A. approach and warmup. 
INDIANER (PAUL) Sc CO., INC. 

Tableaux of redeeming social value. 
DAVIS, DAN E. 

Tails of people. 
JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Take it from the top. 
STEIN, EDWARD. 
SYLVAN, HARTFORD M. 

Take me higher. 

ANDERSON, ALBERT RUDOLPH, JR. 

Take off them gol durn spurs. 
STALEY, WALTER L. 

Tale of Peter Rabbit. 
STUTTS, MARY B. 

Tale of the ox. 
RAYNER, JOAN. 

Taj.e of the West. 

HERNDON, JAMES NEIL. 

Tale of the Wife of Bath in Canterbury 
tales. 
AMMANN, HERMAN OSCAR. 

Tales of Microlandia. 
GEORGE'S, DUPORT A. 

Tales of the golden nugget. 
ERICKSON, EVARTS. 

Talking lesson no.l. 
SNYDER, JOHN FRANCIS. 

Talking lesson on poetry. 
SNYDER, JOHN FRANCIS. 



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Talking to an angel. 
JONES, JIMMY. 

Tambourine man. 
CROW, FRANK. 

Tangled web. 
ORE, MARY. 

Tapompkin. 

KING, ARTHUR H. , JR. 

Tarradiddle travels. 
ATKIN, FLORA B. 

Taste of water. 

COLANERI, JAMES B. 

Tax sheltered annuity. 

INDIANER (PAUL) 8c CO., INC. 

Teaching lesson for Alphie the 
alphabet doll. 
DILLON, LEO L. 

Teaching relativity with four-vectors. 
RAPIER, PASCAL H. 

Teahouse of the August moon. 
PATRICK, JOHN. 

Tear along the dotted line. 
TASCA, JULES E. 

Tears of laughter. 

GRAVES, RUSSELL BRIGGS, JR. (R) 

Teatro contemporaneo. 
ALEGRIA, ALONSO. 
DENEVI, MARCO. 
DIAZ, JORGE. 

MARTINEZ QUEIROLO, JOSE. 
PEREZ BARRETO, SAMUEL. 
SOLARI SWAYNE, ENRIQUE. 
VTLLAURRUTIA, XAVIER. 

Tecumseh. 

JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Teddy Bear Lady. 
OLAN, HELEN C. 

Telegram. 

CASPER, WILLIAM R. 

Tell Pharaoh. 

MITCHELL, LOFTEN. 

Tell-tale dreams. 
HARMS, JOHN. 

Telling time. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Tempest in the air. 
TREMAYNE, MARK DANA. 

Tenmle in the wilderness. 
ROBINSON, DAVID ROYDEN. 

Temple of the sun. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Temps viendra. 
ROLLAND, ROMALN. 

Ten-key adding machine. 
MEDIA SYSTEMS CORP. 

10 on a shoestring. 
KANE, PATRICIA. 

Tenant . 

JACOBS, ROBERT A. 

Tenure . 

BANOV, ROBERT LOUIS. 

Terence Tellus. 

WATTS, CURTIS RANDOLPH. 

Terrestra. 

STEPHENS, RUTH E. 

Terrible saint . 

APPLEMAN, HERBERT. 

Terrific, terrific. 
SHAGAN, STEPHEN. 

Testimonies. 

SHANNON, JAMES EDWARD. 



Testing for intoxication — the breath- 
alyzer. 
BRISTOW, ALLEN P. 

Testing for profit leaks. 
ASTOR, SAUL D. 

Tetralogy of peoples. 
SARZANO, LUIGI. 

Texas. 

HEAGNEY, WILLIAM H. (R) 

Texte fUr Filme. 
BRECHT, BERTOLT. 

That London. hussy. 

HASELTINE, VIRGINIA SHIRLEY. 

That's another thing. 
SENTURIA, NEIL R. 

That's life. 

ALBERTSEN, DOROTHEA LOUISE. 

That's tha ways it be's sometimes. 
BANKS, IVERSON E. 



That 



lat's the way the pizza crumbles. 
DE METRIUS, CLAUDE. 
HAYLEY, EDITH. 



Theatre. 

SALACROU, ARMAND. (R) 
SCHLUMBERGER, JEAN. (R) 
STENDHAL. 

Theatre complete. 
SOPHOCLES. 

Theatre d'aujourd'hui. 
PILLEMENT, GEORGES. 

Theatre de la revolution. 
ROLLAND, ROMA IN. 

Theatre du monde entier. 
BOND, EDWARD. 

FUENTES, CARLOS. 

NICHOLS, PETER. 
ROY, CLAUDE. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Theatre is dead. 
KOUT, MARIA. 

Theatre II. 

PUGET, CLAUDE ANDRE. 



(R) 



Theatre III. 

CESBRON, GILBERT. 

Thefts of cash from cash registers. 
GOODSMITH, CARL. 

Their importance. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Their products. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Their structure. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 
Their values to us. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Theodis. 

GOTTLIEB, NATHAN T. 

Theology and practice of baptism. 
MOODY, DALE. 

Theology of social action. 
DOBBINS, GAINES S. 

There came a big spider. 
PAPELL, STAN. 

There is no place like home on the 
camp out. 
RUFFIN, MARTY. 

There was a little girl. 
MARX, ARTHUR. 

There was always tomorrow, until today. 
KRAMER, ROBERT E. 

There's no fleas on me. 
PILLSBURY, EDGAR ALFRED. 

There's one in every marriage. 
GROSSMAN, SUZANNE. 



There's wood enough within. 
i SYLVESTER. EUGENE A. 
They. 

KALINA, PAUL. 

They laughed again. 

LANGUTH, PATRICIA R. (R) 

They run in our family. 
PAYTON, DONALD. 

They've kidnapped the Judge. 
STEVENS, EVELYN. 

Thl 

TALLMAN, ALBERT. 

Things happen. 

ROSENFELD, MORTON. 

Things women do which men don't like. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Think safety. 

MORELAND-LATCHFORD PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Third world S.T.O.N.E. 
HIPPARD, ROBERT JAMES. 

Thirteen clocks. 
BERMAN, ELAINE. 

13 years to 1984. 

MCFALL, ROBERT LLOYD. 

Thirty pieces of copper. 
DUDA, MARGARET B. 

32 and unmarried. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

This bird of dawning singeth all night 
long. 
DEAN, PHILIP HAYES. 

This house has quiet rooms. 
MANESS, LARRY JON. 

This is a recording. 
WARREN, ROD. 

This is my country. 
ARNOLD, NELLA. 

This is remember. 
LEE, R. G. 

This is your fairy godmother. 
FLAXMAN, HARVEY. 

This place has quiet rooms. 
MANESS, LARRY JON. 

This stuff 11 kill ya. 

ULTIMA PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
This then is my heritage. 
THERIEN, ROBERT F. 

Thomas Forbes Chapin and the cold, 
cold world. 
CHAPIN, HARRY F. 

Thornstriker. 

THIGPEN, JASPER, pseud. 

Those days gone by. 
HARTY, VINCENT. 

Those endearing young charms. 
CHODOROV, EDWARD. (R) 

Three bears. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Three beggars. 

GRANT, JAMES VANCE. 

Three billy goats Gruff. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Three little pigs. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FID-IS. 

Three plays about victims. 
STOKES, JACK TILDEN. 

Three poetic plays. 
FREUND, PHILIP. 

Three scripts for family crisis inter- 
vention. 

BLAKE, ELIZABETH. 

Three vows of Wu Sin. 
LIPSCHUTZ, PAUL. 

Three wishes for Tish. 
msotcttc^ ANNE COULTER. 



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Threepenny Christmas. 
LEHNER, STEPHEN S. 
Through a glass, horribly. 
BERTUCELLI, LEO. 

Through the looking glass. 
HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

Thunder god. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Thunder mountain. 

PRATT, THEODORE. (R) 

Ticket. 

LONGCHAMPS, RICHARD. 

Tiger death. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Till death. 

STOCKER, WALTER R., JR. 

Tilt. 

FATOW, STEVEN. 

Time for choice. 
BASSAGE, HAROLD. 

Time is now. 

MALTZ, MAXWELL. 

Time of innocence. 
BOUCHARD, LARRY D. 

Time 6f twilight. 
WYDALLIS, STANLEY. 

Time shadows . 

LIPTON, HELEN DUBERSTEIN. 

Time to laugh. 

LINDSEY, RANDY G. 

Time to love. 

NICHOLSON, ANNE. 

Tinted glasses. 

ROSENKRANZ, ROBERT DENNIS. 

Tiny tales and rhymes. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Tips to the bride-to-be. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Tips to the groom. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

SILVER, BERNARD H. 

'Tis the season. 
CARR, KEVIN. 

Tlingit. 

JP PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

To be continued. 
KATSELAS, MILTON. 

To be there. 

TILLER, J. W. 

To beat or not to beat. 
TOWE, RONALD. 

To build a church. 

HAUDENSCHILD, WILLIAM H., JR. 

To covet honour. 
MCENANEY, FRANK W. 

TO do the best we can. 

DOUGLAS, JACK. 

To find oneself. 

PIRANDELLO, LUIGI. (R) 

To form a more perfect union. 
JORDAN, VERNON E. 

To have and to hold. 
COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 

To meet the occasion. 
CARROLL, DIANA. (R) 

To speak well. 
KATZ, LOIS. 

To the bored housewife. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 



To tread on devils. 
STOCKHAM, LINDA J. 

Tobacco abuse. 

MULVEHILL, CAROL. 

Tobacco, harmful substance, deadly 
habit. 
MULVEHILL, CAROL. 

Today's students vs. yesterday's 
professors. 
HACKER, ANDREW. 

Toi et tes nuages. 
WESTPHAL, ERIC. 

Toleration. 

ROBINSON, DORSAY ALEXANDRIA DUJON. 

Tom. 

TYSZKA, WALTER. 
Tom, Dick and Harry. 

VREELAND, FRANK. (R) 

Tom Paine. 
ROY, CLAUDE. 

Tom Sawyer. 

CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE. 

Tom Tit Tot. 

RICHARDSON, CLAUDE DAVIS. (R) 

Tom Tom, the piper's son. 
HEAD, FAYE EDWARDS. 

Tongue-cut sparrow. 
RAYNER, JOAN. 

Too late. 

SCHAPPERT, EDNA. 

Too true to be good. 
SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. 

Toothache . 

BUTTACI, SALVATORE ST. JOHN. 

Top of despair. 
JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Topaze, texte definitif. 
PAGNOL, MARCEL. 

Tort doctrines I-IV. 
INSURORS PRESS, INC. 

Tosea. 

PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

Total entrega. 

ETCHEMENDY, MARIA BLANCA LIVINGSTON 
DE. 
Touch of kindness. 
LONG, JOHN ARTHUR. 

Touch of powder. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Touchstone . 

COBBE, MARK. 
Tough to get help. 
GORDON, STEVE. 

Toward freedom. 
SINCLAIR, W. R. 

Trader Al Swenson Ford. 

TANZ, EUGENE ROBERT. 

Tradition, relevance, change. 
DESAI, SANTOSH. 
FELDSTEIN, LEONARD C. 
FOGARTY, GERALD, S. J. 
GLUSTROM, SIMON. 
HEALEY, JOHN, S.J. 
MCDERMOTT, JOHN J. 
METRAUX, RHODA. 
NEVILLE, ROBERT C. 
TODD, ALBERT C, JR. 
TU, WEI-MING. 
WAYMAN, ALEX. 
YOUNGER, GEORGE D. 

Tragedies de la foi. 
ROLLAND, ROMAIN. 

Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 



Tragedy of Marcus Brutus. 
MONDSHEIN, KENNETH. 

Tragedy of Socrates. 

BEALS, MICHAEL. 
Tragoedie der Raecher. 

TOURNEUR, CYRIL. 

Trail's end. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Train wreck. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Traitor's reward. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

[Transistor series] 
CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Translation and acting version of the 
play Nummlsuutarit. 
JOHNSON, RICHARD BYRON. 

Trapshod. 

GOLDMAN, ANDREW. 

Travel America series. 

BOOKTAPE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Travel fun. 

STONE, ELAINE MURRAY. 

Travels of Appollonius of Tyana. 
GRUBERG, MARK. 

Treasure Island. 

GESSNER, RICHARD A. 

Treasures of darkness. 

CLAUDY, CARL H. ( R) 
Treating the diabetic with arthritis. 

MANN, KINGSLEY M. 
Treatment of a severely delinquent 

young man. 

LINDON, JOHN A. 

Treatment of burns. 
WILMORE, DOUGLAS W. 

Tree fantasy. 

WATSON, DIANA M. 

Trees. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Trees of Terpsichore. 
ANDERS, EILEEN MCLAINE. 

Trial . 

THEODORU, STEFAN GHEORGHE A. 
WELLES, ORSON. 

Trial balance . 
ROHR, CHARLES. 

Trial of the Catonsville nine. 
BERRIGAN, DANIEL, FATHER. 

Trial of Thomas Cooper. 

MANN, WILLIAM WADE. 

Trial of Yoshe the loon. 

SINGER, JOSEPH. 

Tribe. 

LINDEN, BARBARA J. 

Trick. 

STEPHENS, MELVIN. 

Trick or treat. 
STANTON, JANE C. 

Trickle the raindrop. 
HART-CONWAY CO., INC. 

Trilogy. 

MENSCH, BERNARD. 

Trio of Bible playlets. 
FRAVEL, JOYCE FURMAN. 

Triomphe de la raison. 
ROLLAND, ROMAIN. 

Trip south . 

TAYLOR, DOUGLAS D. 

Trip through Mother Goose land. 
ABATE, CHRISTINE. 

Trivia-kwiz. 

WACHTEL, L. JOHN. 



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Troglodytic serendipiters. 
DUNN, JOHN P. 

Trois. 

KOHLER, STUART A. 

Troop withdrawal -- the initial step. 
RUSSELL, ROBERT TRAYLOR. 

Trouble in paradise. 
PORTER, ALBERT 0. 

Trouble in Tampa. 

BABIN, LAWRENCE JAMES. 

Trouble with Glen Park. 
MORRIS, ROBERT MACK. 

Troublemaker. 

GREGORY, CHARLES W. 

Trovarsi. 

PIRANDELLO, LUIGI. (R) 

True adventures in space. 
EISLE, DONN. 

True luxury — pure Pontiaos. 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

True to all seven. 
WEINE, MAX G. 

Trumpet blows. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Trumpet of the new moon. 
TIERNEY, THOMAS. 

Truth about lie detection. 
LINDBERG, GEORGE. 

Truth & Beauty wants a cigarette. 
MCMANE, JUDITH GILHOUSEN. 

Truth and General Taylor. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Truth, justice and the American way. 
GUILBERT, DAVTD R. 

Truth keepers. 

NAUMAN, CHARLES W. 

Tu musica en mi sangre. 
SORIANO, VICENTE ESCRIVA. 

Tuerto es rey. 
FUENTES, CARLOS. 

Turn back to yesterday. 
STOBBE, RICHARD E. 

Turn of flight. 
JEGLUM, JACK B. 

Turning off. 

DUKORE, LAWRENCE. 

Turning tables. 

BLACKSTONE, SIDNEY. 

Turnus . 

VAN DYCK, JOHN MICHAEL. 
Turtle. 

DAHLBERO, LARRY DURWARD. 

Twain did meet, but never. 
JAEGER, JACOB. 

Twentieth century cycle, no.'*. 
BULLINS, ED. 

Twentieth century tar. 
SYDORICK, THOMAS. 

Twenty dollar bill. 
LIPSCHUTZ, PAUL. 

28 scenes for acting practice. 
ELKIND, SAMUEL. 

Twenty-five Oils -~ three continents. 
FRANKLIN, CHARLOTTE WHITE. 

Twenty-seven minutes to death. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

23:56. 

GLASER, CAROL. 

Twisted. 

COLANERI, JAMES E. 

Two. 

TANNER, MARION CARLTON. 



Two biographical plays by Eugene O'Neill. 
TINSLEY, MARY ADRIAN. 

Two by two. 

RODGERS, RICHARD. 

Two clean hands. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Two-gun marshall. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Two men. 

HAUER, MARY. 

Two on an elevator. 

BRINKMEIEH, CALVIN LEWIS. 

Two-party system. 
LAMB, MYRNA. 

Two penguins too many. 
KEENAN, BILL. 

Two plays. 

RAYNER, JOAN. 

Two see beside the sea. 
MARTIN, GARY. 

Two thieves. 

MIDDLETON, WALTER. 

Two cimes a day. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Types of equipment. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 
Typical day. 

YODER, PAULINE. 

Typing 1. 

MEDIA SYSTEMS CORP. 



u 



UFO. 

WELLES, JAMES FREDERIC. 

Ugly eaglet. 

DE GENDRON, NATALIE GATES. 

Ugly princess. 

SIMONS, JOHN TOWNES, JR. 

Ultima giornata di candela. 
SARZANO, LUIGI. 

Ultimate trip. 
KAHIN, BRIAN. 

Unappreciated women. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Unclean! Unclean. 

HAUGHT, JAMES A. 
Uncle 's dream. 

GINSBURG, BERNARD MATTHEW. 

Under the cherry tree. 
HO, KENMIN. 

Under the willow, under the willows, 
once more. 
BALIBRERA, MARIO S. 

Undercover investigation in business 
and industry. 
GLASER, NATHAN T. 

Underground. 

ENGLISH, F. S. 

Understanding human reproduction. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 
Understanding math. 

THIOKOL CHEMICAL CORP. 

Underworld underground caper. 
BUTLER, BILL. 

Unicorn died at dawn. 
ANDERSON, T. DIANNE. 

Unicorns are blue. 
NARCY, WILLIAM. 

U.S. Supreme Court: Audio-Lex edition. 
LOUISELL, DAVID W. 

U.S. Supreme Court: Audio-Lex panel 

discussion. 
LOUISELL, DAVTD W. 



Unknown soldier. 

HIRCE, CARL WILLIAM. 

Unmarried mother. 

D'YOUVILLE COLLEGE, BUFFALO. 

Untitled. 

RICHARDSON, CRAIG. 

Untitled musical. 
DRUM, LEONARD. 

Unwilling accomplice. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Up the put-down. 
RAJCOK, ANDREW S. 

Up to date. 

SMITH, LEON DELANO. 

Upgraded living. 

BURNETT, EARLE MOODY. 

Upon this rock. 
BOOKER, MARY L. 

Urban church: Black theology. 
WHITEN, BENNIE E. , JR. 

Use of illustrations in preaching, 
teaching and writing. 
HASTINGS, ROBERT. 

Using reports and charting to measure 

men. 

EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 
Utopia. 

DUBERMAN, MARTIN. 

Utopian and the scab. 
LAZARUS, LORY. 



V 



GIBBONS, THERESE. 

V.I. P. program. 

PATTERSON DENTAL CO. 
W (Double V) 

DUSOLIER, FRANCOIS. 

Valerie. 

LICKLIDER, NAN RUCKER. 

Value of communications, pt.l. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Value of communication, pt.2. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Value of trial separation. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Vampvr. 

MARSCHNER, HEINRICH. 
SCHREIBMAN, PHILLIP. 

Variety conversations in dialect and 
baby talk. 
VALRICH, HELEN. 

Vegetables. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Velvet touch. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Vengeance is mine. 
BERGE, PAT J. 

Versa visa. 

BEASTEY, JAMES M. 

Verse to blow your mind by. 
BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Vic and Sa.de . 

RHYMER, PAUL. (R) 
Victim. 

FARRELL, PATRICK J. 
GOTTLIEB, NATHAN THOMAS. 

Victory. 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Victory garden. 
HARMS, JOHN. 

Vie de boheme. 

PUCCINI. GIACOMO. 



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Vietnam: Pullout? Stay In? Escalate. 
BUCKLEY, WILLIAM P., JR. 

View from the terrace. 
WEIL, RENEE. 

Violence as an expression of the emo- 
tions. 
MESCHAN, RACHEL PARRER- . 

Virginia City. 
TESTER, CLARK H. 

Visit. 

CABANIOL, RONALD J. 

Visit from Grandma. 

LIPTON, HELEN DUBERSTEIN. 

Visitation in B#. 
CRUSE, HOWARD R. 

Visiting angels. 

NOSANOW, BARBARA FIELD. 

Visits to the living room. 
GORLICK, HERTHA STRIKER. 

Visual aids & salds. 
WOLFE, WYNN. 

Viva Jesus Christ. 
CASTILLO, RICARDO. 

Viva lamour. 

DAY, JAMES PAUL. 

Viva Mexico. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Vivat! Vivat Regina. 

BOLT, ROBERT. 
Vocational potential rating. 

DYSART, PALMER. 

Voice. 

VAN HOUTEN, ELLSWORTH C. 

Voice of the turtle. 
VAN DRUTEN, JOHN. (R) 

Voices in the air. 
NISSEN, ARLYS MARIE. 

Voices of man literature series. 
HANS BERRY, LORRAINE. 

Voyage de Monsieur Perrichon. 
MABLEY, EDWARD H. 

Vratim se do Prahy. 
DANEK, OLDRICH. 



w 



WHLO news sparks HUD investigation of 
Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority . 
FERGUSON, EUGENE LEE. 

Wagons roll west. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Wagons westward. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Wait until the full beard comes in. 
SUSSMANN, HARVEY L. 

Waiting for Dicky -to come. 
WALLACE, GERALD. 

Waiting for the new world. 
NOLAN, PAUL T. 

Waiting on the man. 

REILLY, JOHN TERRENCE. 

Waiting room. 

KRINTZMAN, DONALD JULIAN. 

W3.i"t Y& s s 

JASTERJ MARGARET S. 

Walls of fire. 

MENTOR PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Wanda Wondersmile show. 
ROUSSO, JACK D. 

Wandering eye problem. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 



War baby grows up. 
BURGESS, BRIA. 

War boy. 

TCHAKMAKIAN, PASCAL. 

Ware. 

DE JONG, RALPH J. 

Warehouse area. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FUMS. 

Warn that man. 

SYLVAINE, VERNON. (R) 

Washington, D.C. 

BOOKTAPE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Wasp people. 

RANI A, ALBERT NICOLINO. 

Watchman's story. 
HARMS, JOHN. 

Water of love. 
DRAHOS, MARY. 

Water strike. 

SCHAPPERT, EDNA. 

Waterfront. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Way of all fish. 

NICOLAIS, EVELYN D. 
Way out of here . 

GROVES, ESTHER. 

Wayward years. 

PETRELLA, FRANK. 

We. 

BREUER, HERB. 

We are what we are. 
KLEIN, DORIS M. 

We can't imagine. 
LIPP, FRIEDA. 

We dream awhile. 

TOSS, KITTY KEEPERS. (R) 

We hold these truths. 
KLOP, GEORGE T. 

We know where you're hiding. 
HARVEY, RUSSELL M. 

We live by bullets. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

We make our own. 

BARRY, VINCENT. 
We may as well be sensible, dear. 
MANISCHEWITZ, HOWARD. 

We heed an expert. 

WESTER, HARRY. 
We really don't want to know. 

BISHOP, CHESTER F. 

We want your business. 
TANZ, EUGENE ROBERT. 

Webs of iron. 

SAMUELS, LAWRENCE ELLIOT. 

Wedding. 

HATHEWAY, DORIS F. 
Wedding at two, reception at three, 

R.S.V.P. 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Wednesday lady. 
SEGAL, ZEKE. 

Wednesday's child. 
LE BOW, SUSAN M. 

Weight reduction and control through 
self -hypnosis. 
LYON, GEORGE COOK. 

Welcome home Gabriel. 
LANTER, THOMAS E. 

Welcome home Mardy. 
WEINTRAUB, JANE. 

Welfare lady. 

VILLANI, A. ANTONY. 



We'll always remember. 
BRAUN, WILBUR. (R) 

Well of loneliness. 

DOUGLAS, JACK. 
Werbung urn Antigone. 

ZIOGHAS, VASSILI. 

We're married, remember. 
HIRSCHMAN, DORIS. 

Werewolf of Washington. 

GINSBERG, MILTON MOSES. 
West Allis story. 

STOBBE, RICHARD E. 

West of Clayton. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

West Street Dock murders. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Whad'ya know show. 
MORRISON, DOROTHY. 

Whale. 

JARRATT, KENT DOUGLASS. 

What are friends for. 
STOVEKEN, ROBERT W. 

What are you doing tonight. 
WALDEN, WILLIAM. 

What can I give hi . 
MURI, MARION L. 

What does a wife expect of a husband. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

What happens when a singing moose 
meets a singing bear. 
CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

What have you done to my mountain. 

PUCKETT, WILMA. 

What is a congregation. 
STYCHE, LEONARD G. 

What is a professional automotive 
salesman. 

EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

What is a professional real estate 

salesman. 

EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 
What is the color of Susan. 

GENNARI, R. JAMES. 
What makes a truck a truck. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

What price X-mas. 
WYATT, ANN. 

What revolution? It's a change of life. 
MENSCH, BERNARD. 

What S.O.B. opened that door. 
LINN, DON R. 

What time does it get dark. 
DEMING, TRAVILLA M. 

What to do about Orpheus. 

MONTGOMERY, CHARLOTTE BAKER. 
What to wear to the revolution. 

MULHOLLAND, LORAINE DESPRES. 

What will you do for me. 
ROCKET PICTURES, INC. 

What women don't like about men. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

What women like about men. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

What's the difference. 
ROCKET PICTURES, INC. 

when Haight was love. 
NELSON, ROBERT KENNETH. 

When I die. 

MARTIN, DANNY R. 

When the wine is cold. 
KENDRICK, JOHN. 

Where does the civil rights movement 
go now. 
BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F. , JR. 



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TITLE INDEX 



119 



Where else would a bull live. 
DERRINGER, WILLIAM. 

Where roses fade. 

KURLANSKY, MARK JONATHAN. 

Where the bong tree grows. 
O'DONNELL, RICHARD P. 

Where the goose goes. 
LEDERER, WILLIAM L. 

Where's Fensterheim. 

LICHTMAN, PAUL BERNHARD. 

Where's my medal. 
HOLT, GARY H. 

Whiskers and Co. 

JENNINGS, GERTRUDE. (R) 

Whistle. 

QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE, 
INC. 

Whistle stop. 

CALDIROLA, DENNIS P. 

Whistler olay, no. 5. 
RODALE,"j. I. 

Whistler's yellow exhibit. 
RODALE, J. I. 

White man. 

DAMON, J. WILLIAM T. 
DAMON, JAMES WILLIAM. 
DAMON, WILLIAM. 

White nearl button. 
STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Who are you. 
BROWN, MORRIS. 

Who ate the canary. 
PUCHART, DOROTHY A. 

Who ate the cat, who ate the rat. 
DAHZY, PAULETTE M. 

Who do you confide in. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Who is the man on the spot. 
DITTES, JAMES E. 

Who is this guy. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Who needs enemies. 

POWER, PATRICK VICTOR. 

Who paid for the Last Supper. 
OWEN, MACK. 

Whole armour of God. 
FRAVEL, JOYCE FURMAN. 

Whole fish story. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION. 

Who's the beautiful-est bears or 

mooses. 

CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

Why can't Johnny kill. 
VANDO, DAVID ANTHONY. 

Why change a man. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Why follow up. 

PADGETT, W. KEITH. 

Why I am a Democrat. 
CHAPPELL, WILLIAM V. 

Why Jerusalem is in Israel's hands. 
BRODEUR, DAVID DALLIN. 

Why me. 

ARNOTT, ANNA LOUISE. 

Why my patients practice disease con- 
trol. 
KOPPEL, RICHARD M. 

Why people steal. 
CURTIS, S. J. 

Why the sales charge — is it 
justified. 
DREYFUS SALES CORP. 

Why women cheat. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 



Why won't Valerie die. 
GREFE, WILLIAM. 

Whyler. 

LICHTMAN, PAUL BERNHARD. 

Wiedererkennen. 

MANDL, THOMAS HERBERT. 

Wife who mothers her husband. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Wife who wanted to be a prostitute. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Wild Bill. 

CLIFFORD, JOHN W. 

Wild bird. 

ASTER, BETTY ELGART. 

Wildcat Willie in the doghouse. 
MARTENS, ANNE COULTER. (R) 

Wildcat Willie plays Santa. 
MARTENS, ANNE COULTER. (R) 

Wildmouse. 

SILVER, STUART. 
Will George do it. 

SEYMOUR, LORRAINE MICHELE. 

Will-0-Way dialogue. 
TURNER, CELIA MERRILL. 

William S. Hart and the multiple image 
adventure. 
MOLYNEAUX, THOMAS. 

William Shakespeare. 

JORDAN, PHILIP HARDING. 

William Shakespeare's A midsummer night's 
dream. 

CULLUM, ALBERT. 

William Shakespeare's Cymbeline. 
TROKA, BOBBY. 

Willy's gone. 
LOCKWOOD, LEON. 

Window. 

JAMES, J. FRANK. 

Wine of New Testament preaching. 
BRETSCHER, PAUL G. 

Wing ding. 

DAVIS, ALLEN, III. 

Winter' s tale. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

With a song in my tart. 
BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

With interest. 

GRANOZIO, GERALD J. 

With minds of their own. 
BURGESS, HUGH F. 

Within the limits. 
VIRGIL, STEPHEN E. 

Without proof. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. (R) 

Witness for Christ. 
DRAHOS, MARY. 

Wizard of Oz. 

HARRINGTON, EDITH RUSSELL. 

Wolves . 

STONE, OLIVER. 
Woman called Moses. 
GALEN, MARCY. 

Woman's ego. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Woman's liberation. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Woman's martyr complex. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Woman's plea for true freedom. 
COFFEY, LAURA LOU WHITE. 

Women alcoholics, pt.l. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Women alcoholics, pt.2. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 



Women and vanity items. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

women aren't angels. 
SYLVAINE, VERNON. (R) 

Women attracted to bad men. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Women to date; women to marry. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Women who gossip. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Wonder of marriage. 
DOUGLAS, JACK. 

Woo, woo, woo Betty Lou. 
COLLINS, ROY DEE. 

Woody Whiteshoes and friends. 
CURTIS, EDDIE. 

Word box. 

JACOBSON, ROBERT. 

Word to the wise. 
COLE, ROBERT. 

Word-Opsy bowl of the air. 
CHABAUD, MAX. 

Words and wars. 
GARDNER, LEE S. 

Words of Axopka, King of Mayan 

initiates. 
ATCHESON, MURIEL. 

Words to close by. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 
Work sheet. 

ROHR, CHARLES. 

Work train. 

RICHARDSON, CLEVE A. 

Works of John Dryden. 

DRYDEN, JOHN. 

World almanac. 

GOODMAN, SIMON ROBERT. 

World historical plays. 
STRINDBERG, JOHAN AUGUST. 

World of clowns. 
CHARLAP, MORRIS. 

World of the university theatre. 
RIGGS, JOHN M. 

World's a stage. 

MAYORGA, MARGARET, ed. (R) 

World's gonna fall on you. 
CASH, JOHN R. 

Would she be pleased to receive it. 
LEACH, WILFORD. 

Would you. 

TOUSSAINT, ALLEN. 

Woyzeck collage. 
HEISS, ROLLAND L. 

Wrench in the monkey works. 
WITTMAN, MALCOLM. 

Write by ear. 
CURTIN, HOYT S. 

Write on, even though it's wrong. 
AVENICK, JOSEPH, JR. 

Written in an Indian's blood. 
VANE, NORMAN THADDEUS. 



X 



Xircus! The private life of Jesus 
Christ. 
BROOKS, DONALD L. 



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DRAMAS 



Yankee ville, U.S.A. 
MEADE, MARGARET M. 

Yaqulls. 

ROBLES, EMMANUEL. 

Yattsu meets the dragon. 
SCHIRING, LEE T. 

Yea-hoo. 

HOCKENSMITH, ALLADINE BELL. 



Year-end tax planning 
reform act. 
COMMERCE CLEARING HOUSE, INC 

Year Lacertis. 
EICH, GUENTER. 

Year of the mushroom. 
AMAN, JOHN. 

Yesterday and the day before. 
NORFLEET, CATHERINE. 

Yo soy el gallo. 

MASCORIETO, JEDDU R. 

Yoke. 

WEILAND, ALICE CARTER. 

Yoehe Kalb. 

SINGER, JOSEPH. 

You. 

BEAVERS, DONALD JOE. 
FELIS, DOUGLAS. 

You can win more. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 



including tax 



You can't bring the witch doctor to 
the picnic anymore. 
FLOYD, RONALD ELVIN. 

You can't tell the difference. 
SYMMONS, JAMES. 

You lose to win. 
RICHMAN, SOL. 

You love Bear better than me. 
CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

You may take one giant step. 
GAVIN, FREDERICK JOSEPH. 

You pay the piper. 
PINE, PHILLIP E. 



You said it. 
BRAUN, WILBUR. 



(R) 



You'll grow up to be big and tall 
even if you don't eat lettuce and 
fish! ses Alice. 
CRANE, ELIZABETH C. 

Young Caesar. 
GORDON, ROBERT. 

Young housewife. 

QUALITY BAKERS OF AMERICA COOPERATIVE, 
INC. 

Young King Arthur. 
JARRATT, FLORENCE B. 

Young man of today. 

ROUVEROL, AURANIA. (R) 



Young people wanted. 
LIPSCHUTZ, PAUL. 

Your prospects for success. 
ROCKET PICTURES, INC. 

Your side of the family. 
BURNS, STAN. 

You're high. 

WINTER, NICHOLAS. 

Youth and alcohol series. 
SHERMAN, JORY. 

Yurgide's story of London Bridge and 
Lake Havasu City. 
BEARD, VIRGINIA MARY MCFADYEH. 



Zap. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Zelkenoid council. 
JOHNSON, XAN S. 

Ziel. 

KLEMPERER, OTTO. 

Ziel der Versehollenen. 
MANDL, THOMAS HERBERT. 

Zing. 

HAIMSOHN, GEORGE. 

Zuleika. 

STARK, IRWIN. 
Zuleika Dobson. 

STARK, IRWIN. 



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Title Index 199 



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8) Special descriptive data which includes the 
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work on which the dramatic work is based 
or with which it is correlated. 

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which do not appear elsewhere in the 
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work made for hire, if so named in the 

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14) Copyright symbol ©. 

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limits the claim. 

16) Name of the copyright claimant. 

17) For published works, date of publication 
as given in the application; for unpub- 
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all items required to complete registration 
(i.e., copy, application, and fee) was re- 
ceived in the Copyright Office. 

18) Registration number. 

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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; 12Jul71 (in notice: 1970); DP7730. 

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For renewal registrations, each main entry in- 
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which it is filed, the following items of informa- 
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1 ) Title, followed by subtitle, if any, which 
may include the number of acts or scenes. 

2) Names of authors of renewable matter. 

3) Edition statement. 

4) Number of acts, scenes, or volumes. 

5) Series statement. 

6) Brief statement of the new matter on 
which the original copyright was claimed, 
preceded by the abbreviation NM, if avail- 
able in the renewal application. 
Copyright symbol ©. 

A statement of limitation of claim to a 
certain portion of the original work if the 
application explicitly limits the claim. 
Date of original copyright. 
Original registration number. 
Name of the renewal claimant followed by 
a statement in parentheses, usually abbre- 
viated, giving the basis of the renewal 
claim as supplied by the applicant; e.g., 
"John Doe (NK)" indicates that renewal 
of copyright is claimed by John Doe as 
next of kin of the deceased author. 
Date of receipt of the renewal application 
or fee, whichever is later. 



7; 
8: 



9; 

10) 

11: 



12: 



13: 



Renewal registration number. 



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Class C — Lectures and other works pre- 
pared for oral delivery . . . 867 
Class D — Domestic published dramatic 

and dramatico-musical works. 180 
Foreign published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works . . 74 

Unpublished dramatic and dra- 
matico-musical works .... 1,474 
Dramatic works registered in 

class A 82 



Renewals: Classes C and D 



535 



These figures represent the number of registra- 
tions for dramas and works prepared for oral 
delivery for July-December 1971. 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. 



Total 2,677 



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{ list includes abbreviations 


and 


NM 


new matter 




symbols used in 


this catalog with specific copy- 


no. 


number (s) 




right or bibliogr 


aphic meanings. 




nouv. 


nouveau, nouvelle 




(A) 


author (s) 




op. 


opus 




a.a.d.o. 


accepted alternative desi 


gna- 


P- 


page(s) 






tion of 




(PCB) 


proprietor of copyright 


in a 


a.k.a. 


also known as 






work copyrighted by a 


l cor- 


ace. 


accompaniment 






porate body otherwise 


than 


Adm.c.t.a. 


Administrator(s) cum testa- 




as assignee or licensee of the 




mento annexo 






individual author 




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


Administrator (s) de bonis 
cum testamento annexo 


non 


(PCW) 


proprietor of copyright 
composite work 


in a 


appl. 


application 




(PPW) 


proprietor of copyright 


in a 


approx. 


approximate, approximately 




posthumous work 




arr. 


arranged, arrangement, 
ranged by 


ar- 


(PWH) 


proprietor of copyright 
work made for hire 


in a 


Aufl. 


Auflage 




prev. 


previous, previously 




augm. 


augmented 




print. 


printing 




Ausg. 
b&w 


Ausgabe 

black and white 




priv. print. 


privately printed 




Bd. 


Band (German) 




pseud. 


pseudonym 




bearb. 


bearbeitet 




pt. 


part, parts 




© 


copyright symbol 




pty. 


proprietary 




(C) 


child or children of the 


de- 


pub. 


published, publishing 






ceased author 




R, (R) 


renewal registration 




ca. 


circa 




reg. 


registered, registration 




chap. 


chapter (s) 




rev. 


revised 




col. 


colored 




sd. 


sound 




comp. 


compiler 




sec. 


seconds 




d.b.a. 


doing business as 




ser. 


series 




(E) 


executor (s) of the author 




si. 


silent 




ed. 


edition, editor 




suppl. 


supplement 




enl. 


enlarged 




t. 


tome, tomo 




fr. 


frames 




T., Th. 


Teil, Theil 




ft. 


feet 










hrsg. 


herausgegeben 




t.a. 


trading as 




illus. 


illustration (s) 




t.p. 


title page 






music, music by 




tr. 


translator 




m 










min. 


minutes 




v., vol. 


volume, volumes 




mm. 


millimeters 




w 


words, words by 




(NK) 


next of kin of the deceased 


(W) 


widow of the author 






author 




(Wr) 


widower of the author 





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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



A list of dramas and works prepared for oral delivery registered during the period 
covered by this issue. Arrangement is alphabetical under the name of the author 
or under the title. References from the names of contributing authors, claimants, 
and from variant forms of names are interfiled. 



AACH, CHRISTOPHER. 

Aremandra. 4 1. © Christopher Aach; 
26JU171; C25512- 

ABELES, RICHARD. 

Nine-thirty. 119 1. Screenplay. 
© Richard Abeles; 200ct71; DU&I382. 

ABERG, GILBERT. 

Chinese water torture; script for 
radio series on ecology. Sheet. 
(Only one earth, spot no. 7) 
© Pennsylvania State University; 
29Jul71; C25467- 

ABRAMS, RUTH. 

Poor old world, we love you anyway. 

See HOFFERT, PAUL. 

ABRUZZESE, MICHAEL D. 

Circles and squares; a play by Mike 
Abruzzese. 77 p- Four acts. 
© Michael D. Abruzzese; 27Sep71; 
DU8l407 . 

ACHILLE, MARCEL. 

Mister Fizz; a play in two acts. 
37 1. A musical. Book & lyrics 
only. NM: translation & revision. 
© Marcel Achille; 26Aug71; DU81001. 

ACKERMAN, HAROLD. 

The Donner party; a screenplay by 

Hal Ackerman & Anthony James, pseud, 
of James Anthony. 156 1. © Harold 
Ackerman & Anthony James; 280ct71; 
DU81636. 

ADAMS, LEE. 

Applause. See STROUSE, CHARLES. 
Bilby's doll; a play adapted from 
A mirror for witches, by Esther 
Forbes. 1 v. Two acts. Appl. 
states prev. pub. 1963. NM: drama- 
tization. © Lee Adams; 17Aug7I; 
DU81095 • 

ADAMSON, RUTH H. 

Eve and Jerusalem; a dramatic dialogue. 
6 1. 1 Ruth H. Adamson; 22Nov71; 
DU81822 . 

ADDIS, DAVID. 

The golden calf; screenplay by Dave 
Addis. 14 1. © David Addis; 
27Sep71; DU81410. 



ADELSEN, CHARLES E. 

The Istanbul legend. See ANGELO- 
CASTRILLON, HENRY. 
ADLER, JOSEPH. 

Sammy somebody. See BAYLEY, 
JEFFERSON . 

ADVANPRESS, LTD. 

Come as you are. See MORTIMER, JOHN. 

AESCHYLUS . 

The Oresteia. See MILICH, NICHOLAS. 

AESCHYLUS & LADY HEATHER, pseud. 
See LEVY, RONALD M. 

AGUADO, HARRY. 

The eighth day. 1 v. A musical play 
in 3 acts. © Harry Aguado; 1Nov71; 
DU81527 . 

ALARC0N, PEDRO ANTONIO DE . 

The nail. See ATKINS, RUSSELL. 

ALBEE, EDWARD. 

Box; and Quotations from Chairman 

Mao Tse-Tung; two inter-related 

plays. 1st ed. New York, Atheneum. 

74 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 

21Nov68, DU72964. © Edward Albee; 

22Mar69; DP7782. 
Everything in the garden; from the 

play by Giles Cooper. 1st ed. 

New York, Atheneum. 201 p. Two 

acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 

DU71293- NM: adaptation. © Edward 

Albee; 26Feb68; DP7783. 

ALB0, JOHN. 

Gall's Gas-God balloons; a screenplay. 
86 1. © John Albo; 16Ju171; 
DU80793. 

Meditations and the afterthought while 

the cake bakes at 350 degrees 

farenheit. 411. A play. 

© John Albo; 2Sep71; DU81211. 
Passion of the black mass; a demonic 

ritual. 53 1. A play. © John 

Albo; 13Jul71; DU8076I. 
The Satan- freaks (Wormwood) An 

original screenplay. 102 1. 
© John Albo; 10ct71; DU81259. 

ALBRECHT, HOWARD. 

The Jewish American princess. See 
BOOKER, BOB. 



ALBRIGHT, CARLTON J. 

Cunningham's journey; a screenplay. 
65 1. © Carlton J. Albright; 
22Jul71; DU80842. 

ALCOTT, LOUISA MAY. 

The good time. See HERTSENS, MARCEL. 



ALDERSGATE PUBLICATIONS ASSN. 
COME ALIVE. 



See 



ALDRED, RUTH A. 

Lullabye for Lindy; an original one-act 
drama by Ruth Rennell, pseud. 37 1. 
Includes music & lyrics for 1 song. 
© Ruth A. Aldred; 15Dec71; DU81900. 

ALDRICH, ROBERT. 

The plaza (Its life and times) See 

VIDAL, GORE. 
Tsar's bride. See HUEBSCH, EDWARD. 

ALEDEN ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Barbara, the Gray Witch. See REISMAN, 
BARBARA ANN. 

ALEXANDER, FRED M., JR. 

Howdy, a play by Ted Alexander. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Ted Alexander; 
Uul71; DU8066I. 

ALEXANDER, WILLIE JAMES. 

Get it together, by Willie Alexander, 
Linda Henderson 8c Janet Royster. 
4 1. A play. © Willie James 
Alexander, Janet Royster & Linda 
Henderson; HNov71; DU81747 . 

ALEXI, TONY. 

Wonderful Wizard of Oz; adapted from 
the story by L. Frank Baum. 
35 1. A play in 1 act. © Tony 
Alexi; 3Dec71; DU81937 . 

ALLEN, ROBERT. 

Callahan's clan; oral presentation of 
proposal for television series. 
7 1. © Dymor Productions, Inc.; 
12Jul71; C25508. 

ALLEN, STEVE. 

The wake; a play in three acts. 
127 1. © Steve Allen; 9Sep71; 
DU81125 . 

ALLEY, A. DOUGLAS. 

The night the angels sang; a musical 
drama. 1 v. Five scenes. 
© Douglas Alley; 15Nov71; DP7876. 



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July-Dec. 



ALLIED INTERNATIONAL FILMS, INC. 

The Jesus freak. See MERRILL, TERRY. 

ALLMAN, JOHN. 

Pygmalion 2; screenplay. 1 v. 
© John Allman; 6Aug71; DU81011. 

ALPERT, STEVEN. 

Out on a limb. See STEGMAN, STEVEN- 
MARK. 

AMDUR, NEIL. 

The American revolution — in sports; 
written by Neil Amdur & Hilary 
Lipsitz. 17 1. Script. © Sunday 
Productions, Inc.; 12Aug71; C25557. 

AMEE, BEN, pseud. See 
FOSTER, BENJAMIN, JR. 

AMERICAN ASSN. OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN. 

SAN JOSE, CALIF. BRANCH. 

The home ecology party. See AMERICAN 
ASSN. OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN. SAN 
JOSE, CALIF. BRANCH. THIS BELEA- 
GUERED EARTH STUDY GROUP. 

AMERICAN ASSN. OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN. 
SAN JOSE, CALIF. BRANCH. THIS 
BELEAGUERED EARTH STUDY GROUP. 
The home ecology party. 1 v. Script. 
© American Assn. of University 
Women, San Jose, Calif. Branch; 
15JU171; C25505. 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Men and molecules. Tape scripts. 
© American Chemical Society. 
Script no. 
498. Lively xenon. © 10Jan72; 

C26221 . 
571. The steam engine, a modern 

approach. © 22Nov71; C26091. 
574. On drugs, plasticizers and 

mass spec. © 10Jan72; C26220 . 

AMERICAN EDUCATION PUBLICATIONS. 

Plays for laughs. See MATUS, JOEL. 

AMERICAN SALESMASTERS, LTD. 

Five steps up. See ZIGLAR, ZIG. 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ASSOCIATION 
EXECUTIVES . 
ASAE executive newstape. Tape scripts. 

© American Society of Association 

Executives. 

v.l, no. 

7. © 2Nov71; C25970. 

8. © l?Sep71; C25691. 

9. © 28sep71; C25749- 

AMTONNE, MAYTEL. 

Issue of recall; photoplay. 56 1. 
Twenty-seven scenes . © Maytel 
Amtonne a.k.a. Myrtle Hampton; 
30Dec71; DU82120. 



ANDERSEN, HANS CHRISTIAN. 
Outfitted and outwitted. 
ANDREW S. 



See RAJCOK, 



ANDERSON, ELIZABETH. 

Light through fresco. 86 1. A play 
in 3 acts . © Elizabeth Anderson; 
50ct71; DU81479. 



ANDERSON, HAZEL ALLEN. 

The silver wolf's paw; or, Perils on 
the plains. A three-act melodrama. 
21 1. © Hazel Allen Anderson; 
12Aug71; DU81042. 

ANDERSON, JOHN. 

Because you give a damn; monologue by 
John Kasandra, pseud. 2 sheets. 
© East/Memphis Music Corp.; 10ct71; 
C25706. 
Wine-O-Willie; by John Kasandra, 

pseud. Pt.2. 1 v. © East/Memphis 
Music Corp.; 29Sep71; C25683 . 



ANDERSON, ROBERT WOODRUFF. 

Solitaire. 37 1. A play. Appl. 

states prev. reg. as The last act is 
a solo, 22Jul69, DU74909. NM: revi- 
sions. © Robert Woodruff Anderson; 
13Aug71; DU81305. 

ANDREWS, GEORGE. 

Sweet Jesus. See MEEHAN, DANNY. 

ANDREYEV, LEONID. 

Nevertheless, they laugh. See WATTS, 
LARUE. 

ANDRUS, JEFF. 

Even John Phillip Sousa hated drums. 
See MCEVOY, JEAN E. 

ANDRUS, JEFF. See ANDRUS, JEFFERY 
HUGHES. 

ANDRUS, JEFFERY HUGHES. 

The parade is over; a screenplay by 
Jeff Andrus & Jean McEvoy. 113 1. 
© Jeff Andrus & Jean E. McEvoy; 
20Dec71; DU82051. 

ANGELO-CASTRILLON, HENRY. 

The Istanbul legend; by Henry Angelo- 
Castrillon & Charles E. Adelsen. 
56 1. Script. © Henry Angelo- 
Castrillon & Charles E. Adelsen; 
15Jul71; 025^76. 

ANGELOS, WILLIAM BILL. 

The day basketball was saved; by 
William Bill Angelos, Alan Buz 
Kohan & Dick De Benedictis. 1 v. 
Television script. © Jobete Music 
Co., Inc.; 50ct71; C257O7 . 

ANGLO BAHAMIAN BANK, LTD. 

Poor Horace. See FAIRCHILD, WILLIAM; 

ANNADALE, ARTHUR DAVID. 

Murder in the classroom. See 
PFEIFER, RICHARD. 

ANOUILH, JEAN. 

Antigone; English translation by 

T. Richard Hagwood . 68 1. A play. 
© T. Richard Hagwood; 22Sep71; 
DU8H83 . 
Cher Antoine; ou, L' amour rate. Paris, 
La Table Ronde. 193 1. Four acts. 
© Editions de la Table Ronde; 
30Dec69; DF2092. 

Dear Antoine; or, The love that failed. 
Translated by Lucienne Hill. 
1 v. A play in 4 acts. © Jean 
Anouilh & Lucienne Hill; 6Aug71: 
DU81184. 

The goldfish; or, That hero my father. 
Translated by Lucienne Hill. 1 v. 
A play in 4 acts . © Jean Anouilh 
& Lucienne Hill; 6Aug71; DU8H79. 

ANSON, JAY. 

Mr. 3otch. See QUILL, JOHN E. 

ANSTRUTHER, WILLIAM, pseud. See 
SCOGGINS, WILLIAM GENE. 

ANTHONY, JAMES. 

The Dormer party. See ACKERMAN, 
HAROLD. 

ANTLER, JOYCE DE TERRA. 

A matter of history. See FINKELSTEIN, 
ELINOR FUCHS. 
APOSTOLIC FORMATION CENTER FOR 

CHRISTIAN RENEW-ALL, INC. 

As we wait in joyful hope . See 
LEGERE, J. ROY. 

Be confident — be joyful. See 
LEGERE, J. ROY. 

A call to obedience, holiness & 
peace. See LEGERE, J. ROY. 

The Lord is close to the broken- 
hearted. See LEGERE, J. ROY. 

APPALACHIAN AUTUMN AND OTHER PLAYS. 
Selected by the editors of Scholastic 
scope magazine. Scholastic Book 
Services (TX1902) 125 P- (Scope 



play series) Appl. author: Scholastic 
Magazines, Inc. NM: compilations: 
illus. © Scholastic Magazines, Inc.; 
150ct71; A285640. 

APPELBAUM, RICHARD. 

The mud war. See MLR FILMS, INC. 

APPLING, WYNN. 

The Olagalo affair. 1 v. A'musical 
play in 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 12Aug69, 12735. NM: music. 
© Wynn Appling; 15Sep71; DU81314. 

ARGENTO, DOMINICK. 

Colonel Jonathan the saint; a comedy 
of reconstruction in four acts & an 
interlude of waltzes by Dominlck 
Argento, libretto by John Olon 
Scrymgeour. Boosey & Hawkes. 
47 p. Libretto. © Boosey & 
Hawkes, Inc.; l8pct71; DP7805. 

The shoemakers' holiday; a ballad- 
opera based on the play by Thomas 
Dekker; adaptation & additional lyr- 
ics by John Olon, pseud, of John Olon 
Scrymgeour. New York, Boosey & 
Hawkes. 146 p. Vocal score. NM: 
music & libretto. © Boosey 4- Hawkes, 1 
Inc.; 22Dec71; DP7894. 
ARIOSO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Carmen. See CLARK, NANETTE. 

ARNOLD, DONNA VALENTINE. 

Anchorbanks; or, How to strike it rich 
in Mother Lode's country. The 
dramatization of a dastardly deed 
done in the dark. A melody drama. 
106 1. Three acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Donna Valentine Arnold; 
17May71; DU80929. 

ARNOLD, JOHN H. 

One-night stand; a comedy. 52 1. Two 
acts. © John H. Arnold; 260ct71; 
DU81615 . 

ARNOLD, MATTHEW. 

Empedocles . on .£tna . See RASMUSSEN, 

GERALDINE D. 

ARNOLD, PHIL W. 

Ichabod Crane and the ghosts of Sleepy 
Hollow; a play for family entertain- 
ment by Phil & Stephanie Arnold. 
26 1. © Phil W. Arnold Si: Stephanie 
Kelvin Arnold; lDec71; DU819I6. 

ARNOLD, STEPHANIE KELVIN. 

Ichabod Crane and the ghosts of 

Sleepy Hollow. See ARNOLD, PHIL W. 

ARS VTVA VERLAG. 

Melusine. See REIMANN, ARIBERT. 

ARTHUR, WILLIAM, pseud. See 
PAPALARDO, WILLIAM ARTHUR. 

ARTSCOPE, LTD. 

Toloache. See CHAUDHRI, AMIN QAMAR. 

ASAD, THOMAS GEORGE. 

Tommy Tooshoes and friends. 59 1. 
A play. © Thomas George Asad; 
2Sep71; DU81210. 

ASHTON, KERRY. 

Buffalo head nickels; a one-act 

absurd play. 38 1. © Kerry Ashton; 
190ct71; DU81721. 

ASHWANDER, DONALD. 

The runaway presents; a Christmas play. 
Story by Judith Martin, music by 
Donald Ashwander. 15 1. Includes 
music for 1 song. Appl. author: 
Paper Bag Players, Inc., employer 
for hire of Judith Martin. © Paper 
Bag Players, Inc.; 6Dec71; DU81938. 

ASIJA, SATYA PAL. 

Success through speech. 1 v. 
33 speeches. © S. P. Asija; 
2Jun71; C25391. 

ASSOCIATES Sc ALDRICH CO., INC. 

The plaza (Its life and times) See 

VIDAL, GORE. 
Tsar's bride. See HUEBSCH, EDWARD. 



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ATKINS, RUSSELL. 

The nail; to be set to music. 

Cleveland, Free Lance Press. 90 p. 
Adapted from the short story of the 
same name, written by Pedro Antonio 
de Alarcon. Book & lyrics only, 
© Russell Atkins; l80ct71; DP7834. 

AUER, ELIZABETH. 

Val, Christie and the Indians; a musi- 
cal comedy in two acts. 1 v. Book 
& lyrics only. © Elizabeth Auer; 
3Nov71; DU81569. 

AUER, JAMES H. 

Tell it to Angela; a farce-comedy in 
two acts. 1 v. Appi. states 
prev. reg. as Angela knows, 1964, 
DU59193 & 1965, DU62388. NM: 
revisions. © James M. Auer; 
28Dec71; DU82107 . 

AUSTENSEN, ANNE-MARIE. 

Let's learn about Austria! A unit for 
international understanding. 1 v. 
Slide script. © Anne-Marie Austen- 
sen; 19JU171; C25584. 

AUTEUR FILMS, LTD. 

The triumph. See ODZE, MEYER. 

AUTO TAPE TOURS DIVISION, COMPREHENSIVE 
COMMUNICATIONS, INC. See COMPREHEN- 
SIVE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. AUTO TAPE 
TOURS DIVISION. 

AVCO EMBASSY PICTURES CORP. 

Carnal knowledge. See FEIFFER, -JULES. 

AVERBUCH, WILLIAM J. 

Damaged goods. See BRIEUX, EUGENE. 

AYOUB, JACK M. 

Warm thoughts. 3 1, © Jack M. Ayoub; 
lDec71; C26124. 

AYOUB, JACK M., JR. 

The ecology prayer. Sheet. © Jack M. 
Ayoub, Jr.; 17Nov71; C26078. 



B 



BABIN, HUGH J. 

Black gold, the story of oil. 15 1. 

Script. © Hugh J. Babin; 27Sep71; 

C26155 . 
HACHARACH, BURT. 

Promises, promises; book by Neil 

Simon, music by Burt Bacharach, 

lyrics by Hal David; based on the 

screenplay The apartment, by Billy 

Wilder & I. A. L. Diamond. 

New York, Random House. 120 p. 

Two acts . © Neil Simon; 19Jan70 

(in notice: 1969); DP7721. 

BADALUCCO, NICOLA. 

M-J. See VINCENZONI, LUCIANO. 

BAER, EUGENE W., III. 

A wedding toast, by Gene Baer. Sheet. 
© Eugene W. Baer III; 26jul71; 
C25572. 

BAHR, VICTOR. 

Green Dolphin Street; a new musical 
drama. Music by Don Trifiletti, 
book by Victor Bahr. 2 v. Two 
acts. Freely adapted from the novel 
by Elizabeth Goudge. Book only. 
© Victor Bahr; 220c t71; DU8l645 . 

BAIERLEIN, EDWARD R. 

The tracks home; a play in three acts 
by Ed Baierlein. 1 v. © Edward R. 
Baierlein; 25Aug71; DU81148. 

BAILEY, ANNE HOWARD. 

La boheme; libretto adaptation. 1 v. 
Four acts. English. Libretto. 
Based on La boheme, an opera in 4 
acts by Giacomo Puccini; libretto by 
Giuseppe Giacosa & Luigi Illica, from 
[Scenes de] la vie de boheme, by 
rger. © Anne Howard Bailey; 
22Nov71; DU81825. 



BAILEY, ESTHER M. 

Miracle at the marketplace; an Easter 
play In one act. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 21 1. Appl. author: Walter 
H. Baker Co., employer for hire. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 28sep71; 
DP7816. 

BAILEY, MICHAEL PATRICK. 

Desirable Deirdre; a neo-classic, 
pseudo-Germanic, minimally dramatic 
musicale in the Serbo-Bulgarian 
vein. 67 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Michael 
Patrick Bailey; 20Jul71; DU80828. 

BAILEY, P. ANDREA. 

The greatest of these; a play in one 
act based on the short story, 
Boule de suif, by Guy de Maupassant. 
80 1. © Andrea Bailey; 10Nov71; 
DU81579- 

BAKER, B. ALICE CROSSLEY. 

Favorite plays for classroom reading. 

See DURRELL, DONALD D. 
Teen-age plays for classroom reading. 
See DURRELL, DONALD D. 

BAKER, ELLIOTT. 

Clark and Myrna. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Elliott Baker; 13Sep71; 
DU81299. 

BAKER, MRS. JAMES. See BAKER, 
B. ALICE CROSSLEY. 

BAKER, PAUL. 

Hamlet ESP; an adaptation by Paul 
Baker of William Shakespeare's 
Hamlet. Dramatists Play Service. 
256 p. Three acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 26Mar71, DUO0617 . 
NM: additions & revisions. © Paul 
Baker; l40ct71; DP7806. 

BAKER (WALTER H. ) CO. 

The deceitful marriage. See KELLY, 

TIM. 
Fractured Cid. See CABLE, HAROLD. 
The high road. See MARTENS, ANNE 

COULTER. 
Miracle at the marketplace. See 

BAILEY, ESTHER M. 
The seven-year friend. See HUXLEY, 

DAVID. 

The wildest night of the year. See 
YOH, ROBERT C. 

BALAY, JOAN R. 

Starflight 1971; script for dramatico- 
musical composition by Joan R. Balay 
&■ Alene Oneale . 15 1. © Joan R. 
Balay & Alene Oneale; l4jul71; 
C25410. 

BALDWIN, JOHN, JR. 

Pinocchio. See COLLODI, CARLO. 

BALLARD, RONALD L. 

The ball; a modern morality play. 
44 1. Two acts. © Ronald L. 
Ballard; 29Dec71; DU82113 ■ 

BALLARIN, RACHEL. 

Damn haoles; a story of Hawaii. By 
Ruth Nichols, pseud. 102 1. Two 
acts. © Ballarini, Millers trom, 
Nakamura, Inc.; 2Jul71; DP7896. 

BALLARINI, MILLERSTROM, NAKAMURA, INC. 
Damn haoles. See BALLARIN, RACHEL. 



BALLET, ARTHUR H. 

Playwrights for tomorrow. Vol.7. 
A collection of plays edited, with 
an introd., by Arthur H. Ballet. 
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota 
Press. 215 p. NM: introd. &■ compi- 
lation. © University of Minnesota; 
10May71; A259843. 

BALMONT, JAMES, pseud. See BAUDIMENT, 
JAMES. 



BALUNSAT, ANTHONY P., JR. 

Ambrose; story & screenplay by Anton 
Balunsat. 142 1. NM: revisions. 
© Anthony P. Balunsat, Jr.; I40ct71; 
DU81540. 

BANCROFT -WHITNEY CO. 

Cassettes: the 1970 civil discovery 
rules amendments and other discovery 
developments. See LOUISELL, 
DAVID W. 
United States Supreme Court: Audio- 
Lex edition. See LOUISELL, DAVID W. 



BANDYKE, SYLVIA. 

The celebration. 8 1. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. lSep70, 
EU78009. NM: editorial revision. 
© Sylvia Bandyke; 23Jul71; DP7763. 
Coming through; a play in one act. 
12 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
lSep70, DU78012. © Sylvia Bandyke; 
12May71-(in notice: 1970); DP7733. 

BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST & SAVINGS 

ASSN., SAN FRANCISCO. 

Loss prevention — placing holds for 
uncollected funds. 11 1. Slide 
script. © Bank of America National 
Trust & Savings Assn.; 31Aug71; 
C25606. 

BANKS, CHRISTOPHER RANDALL. 

Fifth street; shooting script. 

15 1. © Christopher Randall Banks; 
29Jul71; DU80927. 

BARASH, ROBERT F. 

Starbright; original screenplay. 

118 1. © Robert F. Barash; 9Dec71; 
DU81959. 

BARBARA, THE GRAY WITCH, pseud. See 
REISMAN, BARBARA ANN. 

BARBER, BENJAMIN R . 

The music of division. See BEST, 

MARTIN V. 

BARBER, JOHN THOMAS, JR. 

Everywhere all the time. 38 1. 

A play. © John Thomas Barber, Jr.; 
6Jul71; DU80706. 

BARBIER, JULES. 

La Reine de Saba (The Queen of Sheba) 
Libretto by Jules Barbier & Michel 
Carre, verse translation by Barbara 
Wallace. 8 p. Four acts. English 
& French. Libretto. © Barbara 
Wallace; 23Aug71; DP7784 . 

BARCARO, LUCILLE F. 

' Husbands. 4 1. Monolog. © Lucille 
F. Barcaro; 5Aug71; C25577. 

BARCHILON, JOHN. 

Weehawken; a play in five acts. 135 1. 
© John Barchilon; 15Nov71; DU81768. 

BARKER, E. RAE. 

The strippers. See GREENIDGE, 
GERTRUDE. 

BARKER, JACK. 

Memoirs of Clifford. See LEVANT, 
LILA. 

BARKER, PAUL. 

For sale. See THORNE, JOAN VAIL. 
BARKER, STEPHEN M. 

Is the package any good? Prepared 
presentation. 51. © Stephen M. 
Barker; 20Sep71; C25710. 

BARKSDALE, MAMIE. 

So many drops of rain; by Maria 

Barksdale. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Mamie Barksdale; 8Jul71; DU80783. 

BARNARD, HAROLD, pseud. See MALTZ, 

MAXWELL. 
BARNES, AUBREY L. 

Inner core. 64 1. Screenplay. 
© Aubrey L. Barnes; 13Dec71; 
DU81990 . 



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BARNOW, BEN. 

The sandwich play. 37 1. © Ben 
Barnow; l80ct71; DU81559. 

BARNUM, WILLIAM JOHNSON. 

The city beyond sleep. 14 1. A play. 
© William Johnson Barnura; 24jun71; 
DU80677 • 

BAHRE, EVAN, pseud. See STEINBERG, 
BERNHARD. 

BARRIOS, ALFRED A. 

A transcription of the recording: 
self-programmed counseling. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. I4jul71, 
A259737. NM: adaptation & additions. 
© Alfred A. Barrios; 2Nov71; C25963. 

BARRON, RICHAB .. 

Sampson's bat; a play in one act. 

22 1. © Richard N. Barron; 12Jul71: 
DU80745. 

BARRY, BOB. 

Echoes; an original screenplay by Sam 

Lipps, pseud. 1 v. © Bob Barry; 

9Dec71; DU81850. 

Paper moon; an original screenplay 

by Sam Lipps, pseud. 127 1. 

© Bob Barry; 28Jul71; DU80820. 

BARRY, JULIAN 

Lenny; a play based on the art & life 
of Lenny Bruce. 1 v. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l6Apr71; 
DU79953. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Marvin Worth Productions & Julian 
Barry; 2Aug71; DU80958. 

BARRY, PHILIP J. 

Heritage; an American folk tale 
about the Lincoln women in two 
parts. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
48 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2Nov67, DU70004. © Philip J. Barry; 
190ct71; DP7804. 

BARSH, RUSSEL LAWRENCE. 

Young Joseph; a tragic fantasy. 
37 1. A play in 13 scenes. 
© Russel Lawrence Barsh; 9Jul71; 
DU80728. 

BARTLETT, RICHARD. 

Going berserk; an original filmscript 
by Dick Bartlett & Ray Loring. 
126 1. © Richard Bartlett & Ray 
Loring; 29Jul71; DU80920. 

BASHORE, IRENE SARAS. 

E = Mc 2 ; or, You'll never make it to 
New Orleans. A play in three acts. 
© Irene Saras Bashore; 120ct71; 
DU818O6 . 

BASKERVILL, CHARLES R. 

Elizabethan plays. See NETHERCOT, 
ARTHUR H. 

BASSEN, MICHAEL GEORGE. 

Commencement; a play. 103 1- Six 
parts. © Michael G. Bassen; 70ct71; 
DU81495 . 

BATCHLER, LEE. 

Da days of dls, dat, dose & dese; a 
musical play in three acts; book by 
Jack Brownlee, music & lyrics by Lee 
Batchler. 1 v. © Jack Brownlee & 
Lee Batchler; 20Dec71; DU82042. 

BATES, LINDA M. ODNEY. 

Half a woman; a one-act play. 10 1. 
© Linda M. Odney Bates; 7Jul71; 
DP7738. 

BAUDIMENT, JAMES. 

Munlock; piece en cinq actes de James 
Balmont, pseud. 212 1. © Balmont; 
23Jul71; DU80845. 

BAUER, WILLIAM. 

Eclipse; an opera. 76 1. Libretto. 
© William Bauer; I4jan72; DU82079. 



BAUER, WOLFGANG. 

Magic afternoon; Change; Party for 
six. Drei stucke; nachwort von 
Ute Nyssen. [Western Germany] 
Kiepenheuer & Witsch. 185 p. 
© Verlag Kiepenheuer % Witsch Koeln; 
27Nov69; DF2088. 

BAUM, L. FRANK. 

Wonderful Wizard of Oz. See ALEXI, 
TONY. 

BAUM, STANLEY ALLEN. 

The eighth wonder. See GERSON, 
NOEL B. 

BAUMGAERTEL, RUTH. 

Now will you go to Nineveh. See 
VANDERVALK, BRUCE. 

BAXANDALL, LEE. 

Song of the Lusitanian bogey. See 
WEISS, PETER. 

BAYLEY, JEFFERSON. 

Sammy somebody; screenplay by Jefferson 
Bayley, original story by Jefferson 
Bayley & Joseph Adler. 139 1. 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. 
© Sammy Somebody, Ltd.; 29Jul71; 
DU80738. 

BEAN, MARY. 

Only onel Mary Baker Eddy. See 
BEAN, MURIEL. 

BEAN, MURIEL. 

Only one! Mary Baker Eddy; original 
three act drama. 10 1. © Muriel 
Bean 8c Mary Bean; 6Dec71; DU81939. 

BEARD, VIRGINIA MCFADYEN. 

Yurgide's story of London Bridge and 
Lake Havasu City. 24 1. Cassette 
script. Appl. states prev. reg. 
28jun71, C25381. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Virginia McF. Beard; 
12Nov71; C26044. 



BEARE, GEORGE, pseud. 
GEORGE CARL. 



See HOLETS, 



BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Alice; a new play by James M. Beasley 
& Jerald Lee Cockburn. 54 1. 
© James M. Beasley & Jerald Lee 
Cockburn; 27Aug71; DU8II78. 
All the kings, all the kings, all the 

kings. See COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 
The assassination festival of 
Jacqueline the praying mantis; 
by James M. Beasley & Jerald Lee 
Cockburn. San Francisco, Loyd 
Bennett Productions. 110 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. NM: 
additions. © Loyd Bennett Produc- 
tions; 22Nov71; DP7863. 
The assassination festival of the 
preying mantis; by James M. Beasley 
8c Jerald Lee Cockburn. 84 1. 
© James M. Beasley 8c Jerald Lee 
Cockburn; 9Aug71; C25585 . 
The comedy, by James M. Beasley 8c 
Jerald Lee Cockburn. 39 1. © Loyd 
Bennett Productions; 3Nov71: C25965. 
A dream; a new play by James M. 
Beasley & Jerald Lee Cockburn. 
45 1. © James M. Beasley & 
Jerald Lee Cockburn; 26Aug71; 
DU81166 . 
Jacqueline, the praying mantis; the 
assassination opera by James M. 
Beasley, Jerald Lee Cockburn 8c 
Terry E. Marler. 16 1. Libretto. 
© Loyd Bennett Productions; 15Dec71; 
DU81837 . 
The lark and the heather. See 

COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 
The playroom and the game; by 
James M. Beasley & Jerald Lee 
Cockburn. 60 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© James M. Beasley 8c Jerald Lee 
Cockburn; 7Sep71; DU81241. 
Rise to glory, fall to sorrow, by 
James M. Beasley 8c Jerald Lee 
Cockburn. 1 v. A play. © James M. 
Beasley 8c Jerald Lee Cockburn; 
9Aug71; DU81014. 



BEAUMARCHAIS, PIERRE AUGUSTIH CAEON DE. 
The marriage of Figaro. See 
DA POUTE, LORENZO. 

£EAURLINE,-L. A. 

The works of Sir John Suckling: the 
plays. See SUCKLING, SIR JOHN. 

BECK, FRANCES. 

Will the real Zoopennan please stand 
up. See SPECA, JOHN. 

BECKER, WA7!IE. 

Paul Bunyan and the year of the great 
cold Christmas; a television scrip-.. 
15 1. Includes lyrics for 1 song. 
Wayne Becker; 19-Jul71; DU8073' . 

BEECHWOOD MUSIC CORP. CENTRAL SONGS. 
See CENTRAL SONGS. 

BEHAR, ROBERT. 

Off; by Robert 11. Behar a.k.a. Joshua 
Roberts. 280 1. A screenplay. 
© Robert Behar; 19Aug71; DU8O99O. 

BEIM, NORMAN. 

As others see us. 88 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Norman Beim; lNov71; 
DU81659. 

BE JAR, ADA. 

Maria soledad; tele-novela original de 
Hada Bejar. 1 v. © Ada Bejar; 
19Aug71; DU81112. 

BELASCO, JACK. 

The black vampire (Dracula comes to 
Harlem) 30 1. Screenplay. © Jack 
Belasco; 80ct71; DU8I503. 

BELKIN, GARY. 

Except for Susie Finkel. See 
MANCHESTER, JOE. 

BELL, AMY R. 

Sodom and Gomorrah. 22 1. A play in 
2 acts. ©Amy R. Bell; l4Sep71; 
DU81508. 

BELL, BENNY, pseud. See SAMBERG, 

BENJAMIN. 

BELL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Pincus the inventor. See SAMBERG, 

BENJAMIN. 

BELLANTONIO, DAVID DANIEL. 

Villion; a play. 54 1. Three acts. 
© David Daniel Bellantonio; 270ct71: 
DU81715. 



BELTZ, PETER A. 

The survivors; film script. 1st draft. 
83.I. © Special Education 
Associates, Inc.; 9Sep71; DU81264. 

BELWIN-MILLS PUB. CORP. 

Of mice and men. See FLOYD, 
CARLISLE. 

BENDER, JOEL. „„„„„ m 

The aftermath. See HEITKE, ROBERT 
WILLIAM. 



BENDER, LUDWIG. 

Dichter und Bauer. 
VON. 



See SUPPE, FRANZ 



BENEDETTO, MARCELLO DI. See 
DI BENEDETTO, MARCELLO. 

BENEDICT, STEWART H. 

Bad guy. 15 1. A play. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 27Feb69, DU7367I. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Stewart H. 
Benedict; 23Jun71; DU80682. 
Going up! 15 1. A play. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 8Jun71, DU80417. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Stewart 
H. Benedict; 24Nov71; DU81862. 

BENEDICTIS, DICK DE. See DE BENEDICTIS , 
DICK. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



125 



BENET, STEPHEN VINCENT. 

By the waters of Babylon. See 

DUFFIELD, BRAINERD. 
Scratch. See MACLEISH, ARCHIBALD. 
Stories of America. See LESLIE, F. 
ANDREW. 

BENET, THOMAS C. 

Stories of America. See LESLIE, P. 
ANDREW . 

BENJAMIN, JEROME. 

An ancient lament; by Jerry Benjamin. 
38 1. A play in 5 acts. Adapted 
from The dance to death, by Emma 
Lazarus. © Jerry Benjamin; 30Dec71; 
DU82121. 

BENNETT, GORDON C. 

From Philo, with love; a dramatic 
fantasy in three brief scenes. 14 1. 
© Gordon C. Bennett; 10Sep71; 
DU81290 . 

BENNETT (LOYD) PRODUCTIONS. 
The assassination festival of 

Jacqueline the praying mantis. See 
BEASLEY, JAMES M. 
The comedy. See BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

Jacqueline, the praying mantis. See 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 
The lark and the heather. See 

COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 

BENOIT, GORDON A. 

Home free; by Ben Benoit & Mike- Elley. 
203 1. A screenplay. © Gordon A. 
Benoit & Michael Elley; 7Sep71; 
DU81232. 

BERGER, ANN. 

The Southern California/Arizona/ 
Nevada Lutheran Women's Missionary 
League presented in a Silver 
anniversary musical revue. 16 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Ann Berger 
(Mrs. R. J.); 13Jan72; DU8208O. 

BERGER, CHARLES A. 

Bewhiched; a one act melodrama with 
music. 27 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Charles A. Berger; 30Jul71; 
DU809M. 

BERGER, MRS. R. J. See BERGER, ANN. 

BERGSMA, WILLIAM. 

The murder of Comrade Sharik; an opera 
in two acts. 79 P- After a novel 
Heart of a dog, by Mikhail Bulgakov, 
translated by Mirra Ginsburg. Appl . 
states prev. reg. 8jul68, A27202. 
NM: dramatization & music . © Wil- 
liam Bergsma; 23Nov71; DU81649. 

BERIO, LUCIANO. 

II combattimento di Tancredi e 

Clorinda. See MONTEVERDI, CLAUDIO. 

BERLINSKI, HERMAN. 

Job; a liturgical drama; libretto & 
music by Herman Berlinski; poetry 
by Nelly Sachs. 3 v. Three parts. 
Appl. states prev. pub. NM: 
structure, dramatization & music. 
© Herman Berlinski; 30Nov71; DU81896. 

BERLIOZ, HECTOR. 

Lelio; or, The return to life. 
English adaptation of the spoken 
text by Jack Larson. (In Hollywood 
bowl, 1971. p. 18-20) © Jack 
Larson; 31Aug71; DP7866. 

BERMAN, ELAINE. 

Robin Hood; a play for children. 49 1. 
© Elaine Berman; 5Jan72; DU81982. 

BERMAN, MARK. 

Caged. 16 1. A play. © Mark Berman; 
20Sep71; DU81362. 

BERMAN, MONA. 

The big show. See GOLDSTAUB, PAUL R. 



BERMEL, ALBERT. 

Problems, problems. 
GEORGES . 



See COURTELINE, 



BERNARD, KENNETH. 

The man in the stretcher. 41 1. A 
play in 9 scenes. © Kenneth 
Bernard; 22Nov71; DU81819. 

BERNARD, PAUL HENRY, JR. 

The draft; a screenplay. 255 1. 
© Paul Bernard; 7Dec71; DU81949. 

BERNSTEIN, SAMUEL J. 

Musty. 19 1. A play. © Samuel J. 
Bernstein; 40ct71; DU81463. 

BERRY, NEWTON. 

The move to Bridgeport. See BERRY, 
SYLVIA. 

BERRY, SYLVIA. 

The move to Bridgeport. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Sylvia Berry & Newton 
Berry; 17Sep71; DU81337. 

BERTENSHAW, BILL. 
Health' s-a-poppin' . 
SAMUEL. 



See KLEIN, 



BERTRAN, DINAH M. 

I love. Sheet. © Dinah M. Bertran; 
22JU171; C25489. 

BERTUCELLI, LEO. 

Wedding. 59 1. Screenplay. © Leo 
Bertucelli; 10Nov71; DU81739. 

BEST, MARTIN V. 

The music of division; a journey in 
words & music by Martin Best & 
Benjamin R. Barber. 77 1- A play 
in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. NM: 
editing & compilation. © Martin 
Best & Benjamin R. Barber; 290ct71; 
DU8l6o4 . 

THE BEST SHORT PLAYS, 1971. Edited & 
with an introd. by Stanley Richards. 
1st ed. Philadelphia, Chilton Book 
Co. 324 p. (The Margaret Mayorga 
series) NM: introd. & biographies. 
© Stanley Richards; 290ct71; A280O21. 

BETHANY UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, 
CHICAGO. 

Now will you go to Nineveh. See 
VANDERVALK, BRUCE. 

BETLEY, CAROL. 

The only one left is apple pie; a 
play in three acts. 76 1. © Carol 
Betley; 9Jul71; DU80729. 

BETTER SELLING BUREAU. 

The role of people is changing; a 

sound filmstrip. 14 1. (Supplement 
to how to succeed in banking) 
Script. © Better Selling Bureau, 
division of Rocket Pictures, Inc.; 
17Nov71; C26097. 
BETUEL, JON. 

Livin' the blues. See MORRONE, 
VINCENT. 

BEVERSDORF, THOMAS. 

Vision of Christ; a poetic drama for 
voices fr instruments; dramatic con- 
ception &■ text by John Wheatcroft, 
music by Thomas Beversdorf; based on 
The vision of William concerning 
Piers the plowman, by William Lang- 
land. 32 p. Three parts & prologue. 
© John Wheatcroft; Uun71; DP7788. 

BIALOS, ROBERT S. 

Long road to nowhere; a play in 3 acts 
«- 13 scenes. 269 1. © Robert S. 
Bialos; 19Aug71; DU81113. 

BIANCHI, MARILYN. 

A drug cantata. 12 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Marilyn Bianchi; 7Aug71; 
DP775 2 * • 



BIBLE. O.T. ESTHER. 

For such a time. See CONNER, 
PHILLIP R. 

BIBLE. O.T. JOB. 

Job stands up. See GELBER, S. MICHAEL. 

BIBOW, JOAN KAY. 

The golden galleon; a play with music 
by Joan Kay Bibow; arrangements & 
incidental music by Jeffery Rlzzo. 
1 v. Two acts. © Joan Kay Bibow; 
20Aug71; DU81121. 

BIGELOW, OTIS. 

The peacock season. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service. 87 p. 
Two acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as The Marriner method, l4jan57, 
DU43923. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Otis Bigelow; 21Dec71; DP7877. 

BIGELOW-SANFORD, INC. 

Decorating can be child's play. 19 1. 
Slide script. © Bigelow-Sanford, 
Inc.; 280ct71; C25942. 

BIGGS, RAYMOND LAWRENCE. 

The fish pond; author, Ray Biggs. 
6 1. (Papa Elf and all of his 
little friends in the forest) 
Script. © Ray Biggs; HNov71; 
C26065. 

Meeting Santa Claus; author, Ray Biggs. 

5 1. (Papa Elf and all of his little 
friends in the forest) Script. 

© Ray Biggs; HNov71; C26062. 

Playing hooky from Sunday school; 
author, Ray Biggs. 5 1. (Papa Elf 
and all of his little friends in the 
forest) Script. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 10Nov47, A6693O. NM: revision. 
© Ray Biggs; HNov71; C26061. 

The rose garden; author, Ray Biggs. 

6 1. (Papa Elf and all of his little 
friends in the forest) Script. 

© Ray Biggs; HNov71; C26063. 

The sleigh'ride; author, Ray Biggs. 
5 1. (Papa Elf and all of his 
little friends in the forest) 
Script. © Ray Biggs; HNov71; 
C26066. 

Wolfy Wolf's hideout; author, Ray 
Biggs. 5 1. (Papa Elf and all of 
his little friends in the forest) 
Script. © Ray Biggs; UNov71; 
C26064 . 

BILL, MARY FOURNIER. 

Les femmes savantes (The learned 
ladies) By Moliere, written in 
English verse by Mary Fournier Bill. 
85 1. A play in 5 acts. © Mary 
Fournier Bill; 19Jan72; DU82081. 

BINION, RUDOLPH. 

Hitler and Germany: a psychoanalytical 
approach. 22 1. Lecture. 
© Rudolph Binion; 17Dec71; C26170 . 



BIRNBACH, RICHARD. 
Dichter und Bauer. 
VON. 



See SUPPE, FRANZ 



BIRTWISTLE, HARRISON. 

Down by the greenwood side; a dramatic 
pastoral by Harrison Birtwistle, text 
by Michael Nyman. London, Universal 
Edition. 70 1. With music. © Uni- 
versal Edition (London) Ltd.; 
29Aug71; DFO-1850. 

Punch and Judy; a tragical comedy, or 
a comical tragedy; opera in one act; 
music, Harrison Birtwistle; 
libretto & vocal score, Stephen 
Pruslin. London, Universal Edition. 
240 p. © Universal Edition (London) 
Ltd.; 12Jan68; DP7731. 

BISCHAK, LYNN. 

A time to be great; an original play 
in two acts. 150 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Lynn Bischak; 23Aug71; 
DU80962. 



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July-Dec. 



BISHOP, CONRAD, ed . 

X communication; a production by 
Theatre X, Inc. 24 1. A play. 
©Theatre X, Inc.; l6Deo71; DU82020. 

BITTER, BARBARA WHIPPLE. 

Our land, our promise; a drama-pageant 
of Houston County. 62 1. Two acts. 
© Barbara Whipple Bitter; 13Dec71; 
DU81995 . 

BIVONA, FRANCESCO. 

The agony of Faust. A play in 4 acts. 
1st ed. 44 1. © Francesco 
Bivona; lSep71; A270393. 

BIZET, GEORGES. 

Carmen. See CLARK, NANETTE. 

Rock Carmen. See HUGHES, MICHAEL. 

BLACK, ANGELA. 

The nativity; an adaptation of 

medieval miracle plays with music. 
London, S. French. 60 p. (French's 
acting edition) Book & lyrics only. 
©Samuel French, Ltd.; 3AubY0: 
DF2119. 

BLACK EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE 

Funky U.S.A.; original plays. 1 v. 
Contents: Democracy, created by 
Muthal Naidu. --Black liberation, 
created by C. Moody. --Project 
slavery, created by Muthal Naidu. 
© Black Experimental Theatre; 
260ct71; DU81482. 

BLACK, GEORGE A. 

A brand new thing; by George A. Black, 
Steve A. Gaddie & James Lee Walton. 
173 1. A screenplay. © George A. 
Black, Steve A. Gaddie & James Lee 
Walton; 210ct71; DU81591. 

BLACK, MARION. 

You know I hate oatmeal for breakfast; 
a musical comedy in two acts. 1 v. 
© Marion Black; 31Aug71; DU8H96. 

BLACKMORE, MADELINE. 

These modern inventions. See 
CHAFFEE, KATHARINE. 

BLAINE, AME. 

Death of a lifer. See BLAINE, 
LAURENCE . 

BLAINE, LAURENCE. 

Death of a lifer; a play. 72 1. Two 
parts. © Laurence Blaine, Melanie 
Lynn Blaine 8- Ame Blaine; 20Aue71 • 
DU81120. 

BLAINE, MELANIE LYNN. 

Death of a lifer. See BLAINE, 
LAURENCE . 

BIAS I, JOACHIM THOMAS DE. See DE BLASI 
JOACHIM THOMAS. 

BLATT, JERRY. 

Tricks; a new musical; music by Jerry 
Blatt, lyrics by Lonnie Burstein, 
book by Jon Jory. 1 v. Three acts. 
Based on Scapin, by Moliere. NM: 
translation, adaptation, music & 
lyrics. © Jerry Blatt, Lonnie 
Burstein & Jon Jory; 9Dec71; DU8l8l0. 

BLEVTNS, TONILEA. 

BU th! d n a l iVe j n the blues 5 ^ look at 
the life, times, and music of Janis 
Joplm; radio script. 71. © RL7 
Productions, Inc.; 6jul71; C25432. 

BLOCK, ARTHUR L. 

Adios, Puerto Rico! 2 v. A musical 

play © Arthur L. Block; 1Nov71; 

DU81667. ' 

Johnny Jump up. 2 v. A musical play. 

© Arthur L. Block; 1Nov71; DU81668. 

BLUJ, ROMAN J. M. 

Adventures of Rom-Tom-Tom (The flood) 
1 v. Screenplay. © Rolina & Roman 
J. M. Bluj; 260ct71; DU8I525. 



BOBRICK, SAM. 

Mrs. Bartlett is engaged; a new 
comedy by Sam Bobrick & Ron Clark 
1 v. Two acts. © Ron Clark k 
Sam Bobrick; 28Jun71; DU80679. 

B0BR0W, MORRIS. 

Jealous mistress; a musical comedy; 
book, music <*- lyrics by Morris 
Bobrow. 1 v. Two acts. © Morris 
Bobrow; 80ct71; DU81499. 

BOGEN, KAREN IRIS. 

Circle of silence; a tragedy in three 
acts. 112 1. © Karen Iris Bogen; 
4oct71; DU81465. 

B0IK0, CLAIRE. 

Children's plays for creative 

actors. Boston, Plays, Inc. 368 p. 
NM: p.v (pref.) 5c editorial revi- 
sion on p.iv, vii & viii. © Claire 
Boiko; 270ct71; A285156. 

BONADIES, AL. 

On and on. 67 1. A screenplay. 
© Al Bonadies; 30Aug71; DU81059. 

BOND/MOORE CORP. 

Stop me. See MOORE, A. ROY. 

BONDS, MARCUS TERRY. 
Rouge plant blues I. 
NORMAN A., JR. 



See WARNER, 



BONES, EUGENE J. 

Captain Boobs; by Eugene Owen, pseud. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Eugene J. 
Bones; 6Jul71; DU8069I. 

BONNARD, ROBERT ANDREW. 

Yes, yes, Boniface; a play for 

children. 4g 1. Includes lyrics 
for 1 song. © Robert Andrew 
Bonnard; 20Dec71; DU81877 . 

BONNEAU, KATHRYN. 

Alice in pollutionland; by Kathryn & 
Patricia Bonneau. 6 1. A play. 
© Kathryn Bonneau & Patricia 
Bonneau; 5Aug71; DU80994. 

BONNEAU, PATRICIA. 

Alice in pollutionland. See BONNEAU, 
KATHRYN. 

BONNET, LESLIE. 

The nine fathers; a play in one act. 
London, New York, s. French. 22 p. 
(French's acting edition) © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 2Nov70; DF2100. 

BONZEL, HAZEL. 

Dominique. See WALDHERR, MARK. 

BOOKER, BOB. 

The Jewish American princess; 

written by Bob Booker, George Foster, 
Sheldon Keller & Howard Albrecht . 
46 1. Script. Appl. author: 
Comedy Productions, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Comedy Productions, 
Inc.; 20Aug71; C25627 . 

BOONE, THERONE J. 

The magnificent savage; a two act 
drama written by Therone J. Boone & 
M. Grace Scott. 18 1. © Therone J. 
Boone & Mamie Grace Scott; 30Jun71: 
DU80683 . 

BOORAEM, JONE A. 

The Mother Goose cooking class; a TV 
show for children. Sheet. Script. 
© Jone Booraem; 30Sep71; C26050. 

BOOSEY & HAWKES, INC. 

Beatrix Cenci. See GINASTERA, 
ALBERTO. ' 

Colonel Jonathan the saint. See 

ARGENTO, DOMINICK. 
The shoemakers' holiday. See 
ARGENTO, DOMINICK. 

BOOTHBY, JAMES EUGENE. 

Revelations; an original screenplay. 
164 1. © James Eugene Boothby; 
6Jul71; DU8O689. 



BORDEAUX, EDMOND S., pseud. See 
SZEKELY, EDMOND BORDEAUX. 
BORIS, BOB. . 

Electra-glide in blue; an original 
screenplay. 151 1. © Rupert 
Hitzig; 9Jul71; DU80726. 

BORISON, RONALD R. 

The border game. 4 1. Television 
script. © Ronald R. Borison; 
9Sep71; C2568I. 



BORNEO, PHIL, JR., pseud. 
GINSBURG, PHILLIP. 



See 



BORWICK, DOUGLAS B. 

Hope for tomorrow; a musical in two 
acts; book, music «■ lyrics by Doug 
Berwick. 1 v. © Douglas z.~ 
Borwick; l4oct71; DU81327. 

BOSCIA, FRANK L. 

Friendly persuader. Sheet. © Frank 
L. Boscia; 70ct71; C25836. 

BOSTICK, VIRGINIA LORD. 

Speak to America, Martin! A drama in 
4 acts. 94 1. © Virginia Lord 
Bostick; 9Dec71; DU81963. 

BOSWORTH, JILL. 

Hansel and Gretel, the real story; 
a one-act play for children. 
22 1. © Jill Bosworth; 15Nov71: 
DU81595. 

BOTHAM, ARTHUR. 

Five cents worth of Indian; a film by 
Arthur Botham & Tom Ellsberg. 
130 1. © Thomas Ross Gilbert 
Ellsberg 8: Arthur Botham; 1Hov71; 
DU81660 . 



BOUCICAULT, DION. 

The streets of New York. 
DE MORA, ROBERT. 



See 



BOVE, PHYLLIS JOAN. 

Martin Luther King, Jr. tried to love 
somebody. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Phyllis Joan Bove; 26Nov71; 
DU81808. 

BOVEN, LEO, pseud. See WATKINS, CHARLES. 

BOWEN, JOHN. 

The waiting room; a play. London, 
New York, S. French. 20 p. 
(French's acting edition) © John 
Bowen; 5Jan71; DF2098. 

BOXRUD, DAVID M. 

Breaking the smoking habit. 1 v. Cas- 
sette script. © Mensana (David M. 
Boxrud), Joel Boxrud & James Boxrud- 
7Dec71; C26136. 
Coping with stress. 19 1. Tape 
script. © Mensana, Joel Boxrud S- 
James Boxrud; 2JSep71; C25728. 
Weight control. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Joel Boxrud, James Box- 
rud & David H. Boxrud; 280ct71; 
C25940. 

BOXRUD, JAMES. 

Breaking the smoking habit. See 
BOXRUD, DAVID M. 

Coping with stress. See BOXRUD. 

DAVID M. 
Weight control. See BOXRUD, DAVID M. 

BOXRUD, JOEL. 

Breaking the smoking habit. See 
BOXRUD, DAVID M. 

C °DAVID W M th StreSS - See BOXRUD, 

Weight control. See BOXRUD, DAVID M. 

BRACEY, WILLIAM CHARLES. 

When in the course of -human events. 
See MADRILL, MIKE B. 



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BRADBURY, B. J. f 

Dropouts; a musical play In two acts; 
book & lyrics by Albert Capa, pseud, 
of Albert Capaocio; music by B. J. 
Bradbury. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 7Dec70, EU221537 . NM: additions 
& revisions. © B. J. Bradbury & 
Albert Capaccio; 26"Aug71; DU81167. 
BRADBURY, PARNELL. 

Dark Lucy. See KING, PHILIP. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Becky Powell is a trouble maker! 
12 1. A play. © Benjamin 
Bradford; l6Nov71; DU81773 . 

Bugs; book by Benjamin. Bradford, music 
& lyrics by Hal Hester & Danny 
Apolinar; a musical fantasy loosely 
based upon The insect comedy, by 
Josef & Karel Capek. 77 1. Book 
only. © Benjamin Bradford; 22Jul71; 
DU80658. 

Code ninety-nine. 10 1. A play. 
© Benjamin Bradford; 12Nov71; 
DU81761. 

Conversation piece. 12 1. A play. 
© Benjamin Bradford; 9Nov71; 

! 

The fence war. 8 1. A play. 
© Benjamin Bradford; 9Nov71; 
DU81709. 
Good days, bad days. 12 1. A play. 
© Benjamin Bradford; 3Nov71; 
DU81676. 
Losing things. 7 1- A play. 
B Benjamin Bradford; 290ct71; . 
DUbl639- 
Pitfall for a rational man. 22 1. 
A play. © Benjamin Bradford; 
23Nov71; DU81853. 
The princess reluctant; book for an 
original musical play in two acts. 
1 v. © Benjamin Bradford; 5Aug71; 
DU80993 . 
The sack of Oak Park. 8 1. A play. 
© Benjamin Bradford; 8Nov71; DU81703. 

Touch and go. 14 1 . A play. 
© Benjamin Bradford; 4Nov71; 
DU81686. 

BRADLEY, FAY. 

The adventure on Sunbonnet Hill. See 
BRATTON, KARL H. 

BRADLEY, ROBERT. 

Never? Well, hardly ever! Let's flip. 
See HURLEY, WALTER V. 

BRADSHAW, DOROTHY ST. CLAIR. 

The glitterbug; a comedy in two acts . 
35 1. © Dorothy St. Clair Bradshaw; 
22Jul71; DU80837. 
BRAMMER, JULIUS. 

Die Zirkusprinzessin. See KALMAN, 
EMMERICH. 

BRANCH, WILLIAM B. 

Together for days; screenplay by 
William B. Branch, screenstory by 
Lindsay Smith. Rev. Feb. 12, 1971. 
138 1. © TFD Co., Ltd.: 9Aug71; 
DU81023 . 

BRASCH, WALTER M. 

Sand creek; a tragedy in two acts. 
1 v. © Walter M. Brasch; 13Jul71; 
DU80759. 

BRATTON, KARL H. 

The adventure on Sunbonnet Hill; 
operetta in two scenes for elemen- 
tary grades; libretto, Karl H. 
Bratton; music, Charles Haubiel; 
Mother Goose verses by Fay Bradley. 
22 1. Libretto. © Karl H. Bratton; 
llAug71; DU80872. 
The beard; a juvenile operetta in 
three acts; adapted from Tales of 
the magic mirror, by the author. 
20 1. Libretto. © Karl H. Bratton; 
24Aug71; DU81307. 
The black rock; operetta in three 
acts; a fantasy. 27 1- Libretto. 
© Karl H. Bratton; Uul71; 
DU8078O. 



The dragon who liked dried apples; a 
juvenile operetta adapted from Tales 
of the magic mirror, by the author. 
19 1. Two acts. Libretto. © Karl 
H. Bratton; 24Aug71; DU81308. 
The giggling goblin; a juvenile 
operetta in three acts; adapted 
from Tales of the magic mirror, by 
the author. 1 v. Libretto. 
© Karl H. Bratton; Uul71; DU8078I. 
Grandmother and the witch; fairytale 
libretto; an operetta in two scenes 
for elementary grades; adapted from 
Tales of the magic mirror, by the 
author. 1 v. Libretto. © Karl II. 
Bratton; Uul71; DU80782. 
The stone princess; an operetta in 

three acts; adapted from Tales of 

the magic mirror, by the author. 

20 1. Three acts. Libretto. 

© Karl H. Bratton; 9Dec71; DU8l8ll. 

BRAY, KENNETH M. 

Marriage, are you serious. See 
STEINMETZ, URBAN G. 

BRAZWELL, DAMON W., JR. 

The black experience: by Damon 

Kenyatta, pseud. 47 1. A musical 

play. Book & lyrics only. 

© Damon Kenyatta; 7Sep71; DU8l27 1 +. 

BRECHT, BERTOLT. 

Collected plays. Vol.1. Edited by 
Ralph Manheim & John Willett. 
1st American ed. New York, Pantheon 
Books. 44l p. (Bertolt Brecht: 
plays, poetry &■ prose) Appl. author: 
Stefan S. Brecht, employer for hire. 
Appl. states all new translations 
except p. 107-163. © Stefan S. 
Brecht; 7Jan71 (in notice: i960, 
1970); A254513. 

Edward II rex. See BRUCKER, 

ARNOLD, JR. 
Gesammelte Werke. Bd.7, Stuecke 7. 
Frankfurt am Main, Suhrkamp. 1 v. 
(2716-3038) (Werkausgabe Edition 
Suhrkamp) © on Hannibal, Goesta 
Berling, Untergang des Egoisten 
Johann Fatzer, Der Brotladen, Aus 
Nichts wird Nichts, Das wirkliche 
Leben des Jakob Geherda, Leben des 
Konfutse, Salzburger Totentanz & 
Die Bibel; Stefan S. Brecht; 
30Sep67; AF32976. 
BRECHT, STEFAN S. 

Collected plays. See BRECHT, BERTOLT. 
Gesammelte Werke. See BRECHT, 
BERTOLT. 

BREGSTEIN, BARBARA. 

Fine friends. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Barbara Bregstein; 27Dec71; 
DU82097 . 

BRESTED, HAVN, pseud. See 
MALLOY, KENNETH WILLIAM. 

BRETT, MICHAEL. 

The editor regrets; a comedy. London, 
S. French. 24 p. (French's acting 
edition) © Michael Brett; 10Sep69; 
DF2105 . 

BRETZNER, C. F. 

The seraglio. See MOZART, WOLFGANG 
AMADEUS. 

BRIEUX, EUGENE. 

Damaged goods (Les avaries); by 

Eugene Brieux, translated & adapted 
by William J. Averbuch; drama in 
three acts. 107 1. NM: additions 
& revisions. © William J. Averbuch; 
29Jul71; DU80816. 

BRIGGS, JIMMY E. 

One; writers, Jimmy Briggs & Larry 
Reed. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Briggsville Taylortown Pub. Co.; 
22Sep71; C25726. 

BRIGGSVILLE TAYLORTOWN PUB. CO. 
One. See BRIGGS, JIMMY E. 



BRINSTON, WAYNE. 

Astronauts. 3 1. Dialog. © Wayne 
Brinston; l6Aug71; C256I3. 

Astronauts get ticket. 2 sheets. 

Monolog, 

C25646. 
Hercules. 

monologs 



Wayne Brinston; 25Aug71; 

Pt.I-II. 3 1. Two 
© Wayne Brinston; 



25Aug71; C25645. 

BRITT-CRAWFORD ASSOCIATES. 

Harmony countdown. See CRAWFORD, 
ROBERTA BRITT. 

BRITT, ROBERTA. See 

CRAWFORD, ROBERTA BRITT. 



BRITTEN, KAY, pseud. 
KATHLEEN M. L. 



See PEVEN, 



BROADMAN PRESS. 
Hello, world. 



See RED, BURYL. 



BROCK, KENNETH. 

The birth of modern poetry. See 
WILHELM, JAMES J. 

BROCKETT, LEIGH, pseud. See NOYES, 
DONALD. 

BROME, ROBERT. 

Skeleton dance; a play in two acts. 
85 1. © Robert Brome; 28Jul71; 
DU80916 . 

BRONTE, EMILY. 

Wuthering Heights. See TAYLOR, 
MARKLAND J. 

BROOK, PETER. 

Box for one; a play in one act. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 28 p. 
© Peter Brook; 9Dec71; DP789I. 

BROOKE, DINAH. 

Le jour se leve. See CARNE, MARCEL. 

BROOKS, JACK. 

Sports profile. See EDEN, STEVE. 

BROOKS, JAMES L. 

Room 222. See SERGEL, CHRISTOPHER. 

BROOKS, JAMES R. 

Games people play in rush; a simulated 
experience. 7 1. © James R. Brooks; 
27Dec71; C26233. 
BROOKS, LAWRENCE BARRY. 

Tube. See WHITE, JAMES OLIVER. 
BROWN, ALEXANDER CROSBY. 

Crosses of tears. See CHAPMAN, 
HAROLD. 
BROWN, BARBARA ANN. 

Is it because we're black? 21 1. 
A play. © Barbara Ann Brown; 
l6Aug71; DU81073. 

BROWN, EVE. 

The plaza (Its life and times) See 
VIDAL, GORE. 

BROWN, GERALD. 

Baby Sweets. See LEE, WILLIAM E. 
BROWN, IVOR. 

The tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra. 
See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

BROWN, JOSEPH FRANCIS. 

The summertime four. 31 1- Screen- 
play. © Joseph Francis Brown; 
8sep71; DU81324. 
What's happening, love? 7 1. A tele- 
vision play. © Joseph Francis 
Brown; 290ct71; DU81725. 

BROWN, RALPH SEATON. 

Sic transit Gloria Epstein; a comedy 
in three acts. 1 v. © Ralph S. 
Brown; 26jul71; DU80885. 

BROWNE, STANLEY P. 

Opposites. See TOMASULO, FRANK. 

BROWNLEE, MELVIN. 

Da days of dis, dat, dose & dese. 
See BATCHLER, LEE. 



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July-Dec. 



BROWNLOW, KEVIN. 

Hollywood story; original screenplay 
by Kevin Brownlow & Andre-.-; Mollo. 
162 1. © Kevin Brownlow Sc Andrew 
Mollo; 26JU171; DU8088-4. 

BROWNSVILLE LABORATORY THEATRE ARTS 
INC . ' 

Ghetto corner -- sounds of Browns- 
ville. See LATEEF, LUBABA, ed. 

BROYHILL, MARVIN TALMADGE, III. 
Johnny Pot -- a modern-day Johnny 
Appleseed; an original screenplay 
2d revision. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 23Mar70, DU76688. NM- 
revision. © Marvin Talmadge 
Broyhill III; l8Aug71; DU81100. 

BROYLES, ALLEBAUGH & DAVIS, INC. 
I am man. Sheet. © Broyles, 

Allebaugh & Davis, Inc.; 23Nov71; 
C26103. 

Love song to the sea. 4 1. © Broyles, 
Allebaugh & Davis, Inc.; l4oct71; 
C26045. 

BRUCKER, ARNE. 

The hourglass memoir (Promise kept) 
A play in three acts. 116 1. 
© Arne Brucker; 7Jul71; DU80708. 

BRUCKER, ARNE. See BRUCKER, ARNOLD, JR. 

BRUCKER, ARNOLD, JR. 

Edward II rex; a screenplay by Arne 
Brucker after the plays by Marlowe 8- 
Brecht. 118 1. © Arne Brucker; 
40ct71; DU8155I. 
The octopus; a ^reenplay by Arne 
Brucker; adapted from the novel by 
Frank Norris . 94 1. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Arne Brucker; 
27Jul71; DU80723. 

BRUNER, RICHARD W. 

The black spectrum. Filmstrip scripts. 
© Richard W. Bruner. 
Dr. Thomas W. Matthew: Integrating 

as equals. © 29Jun71; DU80868. 
John Lewis: We must try something 

else. © 29Jun71; DU80866. 
Kenneth A. Gibson: Building things 

© 29Jun71; DU80865 • 
LeRoi Jones (Imamu Baraka): Defining 

blacks. © 29Jun71; DU80867 . 
Reverend Jesse Jackson: Disciplining 

appetites. © 29Jun71; DU80864. 
Whitney Young, Jr.: Moving into the 

mainstream. © 29Jun71; DU80869. 

Urban lives. Filmstrip scripts. 
© Richard W. Bruner. 
Pt. 

1. Passing through. 
DU80863 • 

2. Cleaning up other people's 
messes. © 29Jun71; DU80862. 

5. Change and difference. © 7Sep71; 
DU81066. 

4. East Harlem is very rough. 
© 29Jun71; DU8086I. 

BRUNSON, DANON CHARLES, pseud. See 
MOSES, QUINTIN. 

BRUT PRODUCTIONS, 
Hugo the hippo. 
INC. 
BRYANT, MINNIE. 
Pray for a wind 
WILLIAM. 
BRYANT, WILLIAM. 

Pray for a wind. 1 v. A play in 
6 scenes. © Minnie Bryant; 
15Jul71; DU80784. 



29Jun71; 



INC. 
See HALMI (ROBERT) 



See BRYANT, 



BUELL, HELEN. 

The privilege to love; by Jeanette 
Jones, pseud. A play in three acts 
with music, depicting the life of 
the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 
1 v. Book & lyrics only. © Helen 
Buell; 23Aug71; DU81I30. 

BUERO VALLEJO, ANTO . 

El sueno de la razon; fantasia en dos 
partes. Edicion, prologo y notas 
por John Dowling. 1st ed. Phila- 
delphia, Center for Curriculum Devel- 
opment. 157 p. (Letras de Espana y 
de America, 2621) © Center for Cur- 
riculum Development, Inc.; 15Nov71; 
A209675 . 

BULFINCH, THOMAS. 

Goddess Mother Earth. 
JACOB A. 



See WEISER, 



BULGAKOV, MIKHAIL. 

The murder of Comrade Sharik. See 
BERGSMA, WILLIAM. 

BULLINS, ED. 

The duplex; a black love fable in 
four movements . New York, 
W. Morrow. 166 p. © Ed Bullins; 
6jan71; A255475. 
Malcolm: '71; or, Publishing blackness. 
4 1. A play. © Ed Bullins; 
22Jul71; DU80832. 

BUMPUS, JOHN F. 

Why sugar is a poison to the hypo- 
glycemic. Sheet. © John F. 
Bumpus; 290ct71; C26088. 

BUONO, DONALD. 

Rouge plant blues I. 
NORMAN A., JR. 



See WARNER, 



BUCK-TONE, CHOY, pseud . 
BENJAMIN S. 



See CHOY, 



BUECHNER, GEORG. 

The trial and death of Georges 
Danton. See OLIVER, WILLIAM I. 



BURCH, THAYER. 

Happiness gate; a musical drama; 
book & lyrics by Thayer Burch, 
music by George Quincy. 1 v. 
Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Thayer Burch; 10Nov71; DU81584. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC 

Alcohol, drugs & gambling in industry. 
S114Y. 39 1. Tape script. © Bureau 
02 Rlif lneSS Praotlce > Inc; J 220ct71; 

Art of humorous speech. ETI-1. 32 1. 
Tape script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 220ct71; C25842. 
The creative salesman. S107V. 
27 1. Tape recording script. 
©Bureau of Business Practice, Inc • 
22Sep71; C25697. 
The customer's viewpoint. 28 1 (The 
Sounds of selling, S113V) Tape 
script. © Bureau of Business Prac- 
tice, Inc.; l4Dec71; C26l64. 
Decision making. S117Y. 32 1. 

Script. © Bureau of Business Prac- 
tice, Inc.; 17Nov71; C25954 . 
Handling price objections. 1 v. 
(The Sounds of selling, S106V) 
Script. © Bureau of Business Prac- 
tice, Inc.; l6Aug71; C25561. 
How to break a slump. 27 1. (The 
Sounds of selling, S105V) Tape 
script. © Bureau of Business Prac- 
tice, Inc.; 9Jul71; C25393. 
How to give orders. 37 1. (The 

Sounds of supervision, S111Y) Tape 
script. © Bureau of Business Prac- 
tice, Inc.; 9JU171; C25394. 
How to handle irate customers. S110V. 
30 1. Script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 17Nov71; C25951. 
How to interview. 30 1. (The Sounds 
of supervision, S118Y) Tape script. 
© Bureau of Business Practice, Inc • 
l4Dec71; C26l6l. 
How to motivate. S115Y. 38 1. Tape 
script. © Bureau of Business Prac- 
tice, Inc.; 220ct71; C25846. 
Managing your time. S113Y. 3b 1. 
Tape recording script. © Bureau 
of Business Practice, Inc.; 
22Sep71; C25696. 



Morale and productivity. 27 1. (The 
Sounds of supervision, S119Y) 
script. © Bureau of Business Prac- 
tice, Inc.; l4Dec71; C26162. 
Organizing for profit. 37 1. (The 
Sounds of selling, S112V) Tape 
script. I Bureau i-ss'Prac- 
, Inc.; l4Dec71; C2£ 
The power & practice of persuasion. 
"1117. 29 L. Script. © Bures 

ess Practice, Inc.; 17Hov71; 
:25352. 
The salesman as a consultant. S10BV. 
27 1. Tape script. © Bureau of 
Business Practice, Inc.: 220ct71; 
C25843. 
Selling your complete line. S109V. 

29 1. Tape script. >'j Bureau of 
Business Practice, Inc.; 220ct71; 
C25845. 

Your role in human relations. S116Y. 

30 1. Script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 17IIov71; C25^':- 

Your role in safety. 37 1. (The 
Sounds of supervision, S112 
Script. © Bureau of Business Prac- 
tice, Inc.; l6Aug71; C25562. 

BURGHARDT, ARTHUR. 

Frederick Douglass; an evening in 
memoriam, in praise. and in glory 
of our black nigger father. 
A one-man play from his works, by 
Arthur Burghardt; co-adapted for' 
the stage by Michael Egan. 80 1. 
Two acts . © Arthur Burghardt & 
Michael Egan; 30Dec71; DU82H5. 

BURKE, CATHLEEN. See SYNERGETIC PRESS. 

BURKE, WILLIAM MOUNT. See MOUNT-BURKE, 
WILLIAM. 

BURLAND, GRANVILLE A. 

Politics and popcorn, by Sascha 

Burland. 3.4 1. Recording script. 
© C/Hear Services, Inc.; 150ct71; 
C25865 . 

BURNAM, THOMAS BOND. 

The tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Den- 
mark. See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

BURNETT, FRANCES HODGSON. 

Sara Crewe. See SEALE, NANCY 

THOMPSON. 
Sara Crewe. See SWEENEY, MELISSA. 

BURNS, ALLAN. 

Room 222. See SEKGEL, CHRISTOPHER. 

BURRIS, BETTY. 

The tree on Emerald Hill; a musical 
drama in three acts. By Betty 
Burris; lyrics by John B. Skipper; 
music by Thurman Smith. 115 1. 
Book only. © Betty Burris; 300ct70; 
DU78299. ' 

BURROWS, EDWIN GLADDING. 

All night store; an experiment in 
sound. 7 1. A play. © Edwin 
Gladding Burrows; l8Aug71; DU81099. 

BURSTEIN, LONNIE. 

Tricks. See BLATT, JERRY. 

BUSHNELL, ARTHUR W. , pseud. See 
KRULISH, JAMES C. 

BUTLER, IVAN. 

Big, bad mouse. See KING, PHILIP. 

BUTTRAM, PAT. 

We wuz poor. 8 1. Recording script. 
© Central Songs, a division of 
Beechwood Music Corp.; 23Aug71; 
C25576. 

BUTU, TUDOR. 

Love and luck. 67 1. A play. 
© Tudor Butu; 150ct71; DU81758. 



BYRON, GEORGE GORDON, BARON BYRON 
Cain. See MARKS, WALTER. 



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HEAR SERVICES, INC. 
Politics and popcorn. 
GRANVILLE A. 



See BURLAND, 




CABLE, HAROLD. 

The fractured Cid; a satire. Boston, 
Baker's Plays. 28 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) Five acts. © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 20Aug71; DP7874. 
Plays for modern teen-age actors. 
Boston, Plays, Inc. 320 p. NM: 
compilation & adaptation of plays. 
Har old Cab le; 9Nov71; A 

CALEDONIA SOUL MUSIC. 

Express yourself II. See WRIGHT, 

CALHOUN, ROBERT. 

Jigsaw; by Robert Calhoun & Farley 
Granger. 104 1. A screenplay. 
© Robert Calhoun & Farley Granger; 
17Sep71; DU81349. 

CALLAGHAN, GEORGE M. 

The loves of Lord Byron; a film 

script. 112 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Lord Byron, Uul70, DU77580 
& 24Feb71, DU78620. NM: additions 
8c title change. © George M. 
Callaghan; 8Jul71; DU80716. 

CALVERT, MARION, pseud. See WELLS, 
MARCELLA M. 

CAMERON, PHYLLIS LOW. 

For works claimed by Phyllis Low 
Cameron See LOW, ABRAHAM A. 

"'^RANO, SALVATORE. 
II reggente. See MERCADANTE, SAVERIO. 

CAMPBELL, HELEN. 

Freya's cats; a play in seven scenes; 
a terrestrial comedy. 64 p. 
© Helen Campbell; 10Jun71; DP7741. 

CAMPBELL, RALPH. 

Death of a crow. 89 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Ralph Campbell; 27Dec71; 
DU82091. 

CAMPTON, DAVID. 

The life and death of almost every- 
body. New York, Dramatists Play 
Service. 63 p. Two acts. © David 
Campton; 21Dec71; DP7893- 

CANTUA, MANUEL CONTRERAS. See 
CONTRERAS CANTUA, MANUEL. 

CAPA, ALBERT, pseud. See CAPACCIO, 
ALBERT . 

CAPACCIO, ALBERT. 

Dropouts. See BRADBURY, B. J. 

CAPEK, JOSEF. 

Bugs. See BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

CAPEK, KAREL. 

Bugs. See BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

CARBALLIDO, EMILIO. 

Three contemporary Latin-American 
plays: Rene Marques, Egon Wolff, 
Emilio Carballido. See LAMB, 
RUTH S., ed. 

CAREY, HERBERT H. 

Consultative supervision and manage- 
ment; an industrial play in six 
scenes. 38 1. © Herbert H. Carey; 
20Sep71; DU81365. 

CARICAI , , AMEij. 

In our time, by Jan [arguerite, 
pseud. 1st ea. - . rk, Vantage 
Press. 89 1. Eight -ce.-es. 

ames De Maraguerite [i.e., James 
De ?4arguerite ] , pseud, of James 
Caricato; 8Apr71 (in r.otlce: 1970); 
DP7750. 



CARLSEN, WILLIAM RICHARD. 

After the gold rush. 73 1. Screen- 
play. © William Richard Carlsen; 
l6Aug71; DU81083. 

CARLSON, WILLIAM K. 

A single mind, by William Carlson & 
Alice Laurance, pseud, of Laura 
Haywood. 121 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© William K. Carlson & Laura 
Haywood; 27Dec71; DU82102. 

CARMICHAEL, H. KENN. 

The Zacchaean diary. 27 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © H. Kenr 
Carmichael; 13Aug71; DU80859. 

CARNE, MARCEL. 

Le jour se leve; a film by Marcel 
Carne & Jacques Prevert. English 
translation & description of action 
by Dinah Brooke &■ Nicola Hayden. 
New York [appl. states: England] 
Simon X- Schuster. 128 p. (Classic 
film scripts) NM: translation S- de- 
scription of action. © Lorrimer 
Pub., Ltd.; 23Nov70; AF32967. 

CARR, ROGNA. 

Falter in difference; by Rogna Carr lc 
Cheryl Ann Garrett. 29 1. A play 
in 5 acts. © Rogna Carr & Cheryl 
Ann Garrett; l80ct71; DU81554. 



CASSIDY, LORETTA M. 

Decision; a play in two acts by 

Laurette Cassldy. 131 1. © Loretta 
M. Cassldy; l80ct71; DU8156I. 

CASS ON, LIONEL. 

The plays of Menander. See 
MENANDER, OF ATHENS. 



CASTELLON, JOSEPH. 
Soul and the Samurai. 
PATRICK N. 



See MORITA, 



CASTILLO, RICARDO. 

El matador. See PADNOS, DAN. 



CARRE, MICHEL. 

La Reine de Saba. See BARBIER, 
JULES. 

CARROLL, JAMES STEVEN. 

Loujee's circus. See CARROLL, 
MOLLIE LOUISE. 

CARROLL, JOHN F. 

Looking in. 45 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© John F. Carroll; 4nov71; DU81687. 

CARROLL, LEWIS, pseud. See DODGSON, 
CHARLES LUTWIDGE. 

CARROLL, MOLLIE LOUISE. 

Loujee's circus; in two acts. 48 1. 
A play. © Mollie Louise Carroll & 
James Steven Carroll; 27Aug71; 
DU81174. 

CARTER, LONNIE. 

The big house; a play. 85 1. © Lonr.ie 
Carter; 190ct71; DU81573. 

CARTON, MICHAEL. 

Cinders. 48 1. A play. © Michael 
Carton; 13Dec71; DU81994. 

CARTWRIGHT, GARY. 

Rip; an original screenplay by Gary 
Cartwright & Edwin Shrake. 115 1. 
© Gary Cartwright & Edwin Shrake; 
19Nov71; DU81798- 

CARVER, CHARLES. 

Brann and The Iconoclast. See 
GIBSON, JEWEL. 

CARY, FALKLAND L. 

Big, bad mouse. See KING, PHILIP. 

CASEMORE, ROBERT. 

What's in a name! Series no.l. 1 v. 
Script. © Robert Casemore; 26Nov71; 
C26107 . 
CASEY, GENE. 

Hubba hubba; a musical spoof of the 
movie musicals of the 1940' s; by 
Gene & Jan Casey. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Jan Casey & Gene Casey; 
lDec71; DU81924. 
CASEY, JAN. 

Hubba hubba. See CASEY, GENE. 

CASEY, JOSEPH JAMES. 

Goodnight Helen. 1st draft. 37 1. 
Screenplay. © Universal Graphics; 
27Jul71; DU80899. 

CASLAV, PETER. 

Ask any woman. 127 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Peter Caslav; 25Aug71; 
DU81151. 



CASTRILLON, HENRY ANGELO- . See 
ANGELO-CASTRILLON, HENRY. 

CASTRO, JESSE M. 

The flight of the quetzal. See 
GARCIA, JULIO F. 

CATSOS, NICHOLAS A. 

Winds of change. See D'AGOSTINO, 
JOSEPH D. 

CAVE, JUDYTH WALKER. 

Pandora's box. See CAVE, MICHAEL. 

CAVE, MICHAEL. 

Pandora's box; a children's opera in 
one act. Music by Michael Cave; 
words by Lower School Students, Ju- 
dy th Walker Cave & Michael Cave. 

1 v. © Michael Cave; 220ct71; 
DU81443 . 

CAYCE, EDGAR. 

Readings. 1-1--5782-1. Microfilm 
(36 rolls) © Edgar Cayce Foundation; 
7Sep71; C25826. 

CAZENEUVE, MAURICE. 

La separation; suivi de La peine 

perdue. [Paris] Gallimard. 117 p. 
E Editions Gallimard; 300ct71; 
DFO-1859 ■ 

CECIL, WILLIAM EVERETT. 

The big old push-button pencil, by 
Hillbillie Willie, pseud. 2 sheets. 
© William Everett Cecil; 23Sep71; 
C25949- 
The country boy and the judge, by 
Hillbillie Willie, pseud. 2 sheets. 
© William Everett Cecil; 23Sep71; 
C259^8. 
The country boy, the hippie and the 
fuzz; by Hillbillie Willie, pseud. 
2 sheets. © William Everett Cecil; 
23Sep71; C25947 . 
This thing they call bowling, by 

Hillbillie Willie, pseud. 2 sheets. 
Monolog. © William Everett Cecil; 
26jul71; C25513. 
Yippie, by Hillbillie Willie, Dseud. 

2 sheets. © William Everett Cecil: 
23Sep71; C25950. 

CEDARWOOD PUB. CO., INC. 

Cotton top. See PERKINS, CARL. 
Not raising hogs. See ROBISON, BOB. 
Those honorable men. See ROBISON 
BOB. 

CEFPLAYS, LTD. 

Peer Gynt. See IBSEN, HENRIK. 

CELORIO, HECTOR. 

Out of the singing graveyard; a 

screenplay. 1 v. © Hector Celori?: 
10Sep71; DU81287. 

CENTER FOR CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT, INC. 
El sueno de la razon. See BUERO 
VALLEJO, ANTONIO. 

CENTER THEATRE GROUP OF LOS ANGELES. 
Stories for presentation; developed 
by the Improvisational Theatre 
Project. 1 v. © Center Theatre 
Group of Los Angeles; 6Jul71; 
DU80695 • 
CENTRAL SONGS. 

We wuz poor. See BUTTRAM, PAT. 



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July-Dec. 



CERULLO, JOHN. 

De profundls; a horror film by John 
Cerullo & Stuart Madden. 70 1. 
© John Cerullo & Stuart Madden; 
12Aug71; DU8lo4l. 

CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, MIGUEL DE. 

The deceitful marriage. See KELLY, 
TIM. ' 

Don Quijote de la Mancha. See VILA 
SELMA, JOSE. 

CETEWAYO, HERMANQ, pseud. See 
PERRY, GILBERT. 

CHAFFEE, KATHARINE. 

These modern inventions; a Christmas 
play by Katharine Chaffee & Madeline 
Blackmore. 12 1. © Katharine 
Chaffee & Madeline Blackmore; 
23Jun71; DU80907. 

CHAFFEY, CHARLES RODERICK HAYMAN. See 
HAYMAN-CHAFFEY, CHARLES RODERICK. 

CHAMPAGNE, MICHAEL. 

The canticle; a theatrical experience. 
45 1. Three acts. Book only. 
© Michael Champagne; l4jan72; 
DU82085 . 

CHAPARRAL CASTING & SERVICES, INC. 
When in the course of human events. 
See MADRILL, MIKE B. 

CHAPMAN, HAROLD. 

Crosses of tears (The miracle of the 
fairy stones) Book & lyrics by 
Alexander Crosby Brown, music by 
Harold Chapman. 92 1. A play. 
© Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church; 
290ct71; DU81644. 

CHARITY, ELAINE, pseud. See ETHERIDGE, 
THELMA E. 

CHARLES, NORMAN. 

Fences; three one act plays. Partners; 
Fences; Knock, knock. 5 v. 
© Norman Charles; 6Aug71; DU81010. 

CHASE MANHATTAN BANK, N.A., NEW YORK. 
Check encashment. Script no. 6. 14 1. 
Filmstrip script. © Chase Manhattan 
Bank, N.A.; l80ct71; C25854. 
Checking accounts. Script no. 9. 8 1. 
Filmstrip script. © Chase Manhattan 
Bank, N.A.; l80ct71; C25857. 
Handling cash. Script no. 2. 17 1. 
Filmstrip script. © Chase Manhattan 
Bank, N.A.; l80ct71; C25852. 
Introduction to types of accounts & 
signature cards. Script no. 5. 9 1. 
Filmstrip script. © Chase Manhattan 
Bank, N.A.; l80ct71; C25853. 
Savings accounts, pt.1-2. Script 
no. 7-8. 2 v. Filmstrip scripts. 
© Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A.; 
l80ct71; C25855-25856. 
Teller proof sheet. Script no. 10. 
10 1. Filmstrip script. © Chase 
Manhattan Bank, N.A.; l80ct71; 
C25858. 
Welcome to teller training. Script 
no.l. 9 1. Filmstrip script. 
© Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A.; 
I80ct71; C25851. 

CHASIN, DAN. 

The rise and fall of Teeny Jones; 

a black comedy by Dan Chasin, Phyllis 
Cunnyngham Sc Shelley Tartaro. 
Derived from Cocksure; or, Schultz 
is dead. 56 1. A screenplay. 
© Phyllis Cunnyngharr & Shelley 
Tartaro; 8Jul71; DUe072l, 

CHASKIN, HAROLD. 

Drive at your own risk; a study in 
motor vehicular dynamics. 16 1. 
© Harold Chaskin; 28jul71; C25524. 

CHATHAM ENTERPRISES, INC. 
Jump. See GELBART, LARRY. 



CHAUDKRI, AMIN QAMAR. 

Toloache! (XIII) Screenplay by Jerry 
Whiteley & Amin Chaudhrl; based on 
an original story by Amin Chaudhri. 
112 1. © Artscope, Ltd.: 26Feb71; 
DP7719- 

CHERVAK, JOHN T. 

The night of the phoenix. 1 v. 

A play in 2 acts. © John T. Chervak; 
l4Jul71; DU80769. 

CHESTER (J. 4 W. ) LTD. 

The seraglio. See MOZART, WOLFGANG 
AMADEUS . 

CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION, GENERAL 
MOTORS CORP. See GENERAL MOTORS 
CORP. CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION. 



CHIEF GREAT SMOKE MUSIC CO. 
JACKSON, LOUIS. 



See 



CHILDREN'S TELEVISION WORKSHOP. 

For works claimed by the Children's 
Television Workshop See FREEMAN, 
ROY. 

CHILDRESS, ALICE. 

Mojo; and String. Two plays. 
Dramatists Play Service. 50 p. 
© Alice Childress; lDec71; DP7855. 

CHINN, JOHN CLARENCE. 

Bessie. See MCCALL, JAMES R. 

CHISHOLM, CHARLES E. 

The Stewart clan; a musical drama in 
five acts. 1 v. © Charles E. 
Chisholm; 210ct71; DU81590. 

CHISHOLM, ROBERT H. 

Black bread, buttered white. 1 v. 
A play. © Robert H. Chisholm; 
27Jul71; DU8098O. 

CHOCHELES, IRWIN. 

3000 A.D. 52 1. A play. © Irwin 
Chocheles; l8Aug71; DU8ll04. 



CHONG, THOMAS. 

Cheech and Chong. 



See MARIN, RICHARD. 



CHOUINAHD, ARMAND L. 

Why I love you; words & music, Armand 
L. Chouinard. Sheet. © Armand L. 
Chouinard; 2Jul71; C25439. 

CHOY, BENJAMIN S. 

The yellow moon is winking; a comedy 
in three acts by Choy Buck-tone, 
pseud. 151 1. © Benjamin S. Choy; 
10Sep71; DU81286. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 
Today's search for survival. See 
SOUTHWELL, FLORENCE C. 

CHUBB, LOUISE. 

Should we have compulsory population 
control? 10 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 12Mar71, C24712. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Louise Chubb; 
20Jul71; C25486. 
CINEGROUP CO. 

Hurry up or I'll be thirty. See 
JACOBY, JOSEPH. 

CINEPLAST, INC. 

The last -comedian. See PETROW 
MISCHA. ' 

CINNA, pseud. See 

FLINN, MICHAEL JOHN SIMON. 

CIRANDINHA PRODUCTIONS,' INC. 

The great Pacific R.R. robbery. See 
SHAGAN, STEVE. 

CLAPSADLE, ROBERT. 
Promises to keep. 
RICHARD . 



CLARK, ANTHONY. 

Mrs. Cromwell's diary; a play of 
two acts. 9 1- © Anthony Clark; 
10c t71; DU81461. 

CLA) . _RALD H. 

angel Ine; a musical play in three 
acts; book, melodies ■'- lyric: 
Jerry Clark. 1 v. Three acts. 
Based on the poem of the sane title 
by Henry Wadswor.th Longfellow, 
dramatization '■' additions. 
© Fitzgerald H. Clark; l80ct71; 
DU81383. 

CLARK, FRANK BASIL. 

Possum rancher. 6 1. Speech. 
© Frank Basil Clark; 22Jul71; 
C25490. 

CLARK, GENE EMMET. 

Discover your reality. 9 1. Sermon. 
© Gene Emmet Clark; 6Dec71; C26133. 
CLARK, GORDON. 

Ravel. See SOLARI, STEPHEN, JR. 

CLARK, HANNAH R. 

The sheep: a drama in one act. 33 1. 
© Hannah R. Clark; lSep71; DU81202. 
Stella; a drama in one act. 43 1. 
© Hannah R. Clark; l4oct71; DU81545. 

CLARK, ISAAC EDGAR. 

The gondoliers, by Gilbert & Sullivan; 
a non-musical adaptation in one act. 
Schulenburg, Tex., Stage Magic Plays. 
22 1. NM: adaptation, revision & 
introd. © I. E. Clark; lSep71; 
DP7824 . 

CLARK, JACKIE, pseud. See STEIN, JACOB. 

CLARK, MICHAEL STANLEY. 

The cry of Atlantis; drama. 43 1. 
Four acts. © Michael S. Clark; 
12Aug71; DU81040. 

CLARK, NANETTE. 

Carmen; opera by Bizet; abridged ver- 
sion, English translation by Nanette 
Clark & Warren Michon. 18 1. Four 
acts. French & English. Libretto. 
©Arioso Productions, Inc.; 22Nov71; 
DU81757. 

CLARK, ROBERT B. 

The art of losing; a one-act Dlay. 
20 1. © Robert B. Clark; ^Nov71; 
DU81674 . 

CLARK, RON. 

Mrs. Bartlett is engaged. 
BOBRICK, SAM. 

CLARO MUSIC CORP. 
Reading awareness. 
JACQUELYN. 



See 



See REINACH, 



See MANGOODE, 



CLARE, FREDERICK, pseud. See HOWARD, 
FREDERICK CLARE. 



CLAWSON, RICHARD THOMAS. 

Love and the social conscience; a 

comedy in one act. 26 1. © Richard 
Thomas Clawson; l4j u 17l; DU80765. 

CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE. 

The prince and the pauper. See 
STOCKTON, RICHARD F. 

CLIFT, EUGENE EMERSON. 

Free fire zone; a play. 90 1. Nine 
scenes. © Eugene Emerson Clift; 
26jul71; DU80888. 
Pillory; a play. 94 1. Six scenes. 
© Eugene Emerson Clift; 8Nov71; 
DU81699. 

CLURMAN, HAROLD. 

The portable Arthur Miller. See 
MILLER, ARTHUR. 

COBIN, HAROLD. 

Athena's forty days; a play in one 
act. 29 1. © Harold Cobin; 
25Aug71; DU81144. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



131 



COBLE, TOM. 

Garbage can man. 45 1. A play. 
© Tom Coble; 280ct71; DU81634. 

COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 

All the kings, all the kings, all the 
kings; by Jerald Lee Cockburn & 
James M. Beasley. 67 1. A play in 
2 acts. James M. Beasley & Jerald 
Lee Cockburn; 17Dec71; DU81907. 
The lark and the heather; a new play 
by Jerald Lee Cockburn & James M. 
Beasley. 66 1. Two acts. © Loyd 
Bennett Productions; Uul71; DU80669. 
For other works by Jerald Lee Cock- 
burn See BEASLEY, 'JAMES M. 

COHEN, BESS W. 

A pound of lard, 64 p. Three acts. 
© Bess W. Cohen; 2Aug71; DU8095O. 

COHEN, MARCIA F. 

Four characters in search of time. 
1 v. Three television plays. Con- 
tents: The Mad Worder. --Superbrain. 
— Quick Think and Slow Draw. 
© Marcia F. Cohen; l6sep71; DU81983. 

COLANERI, JAMES E. 

The biggest man in town. Final draft, 
July 17, 1971. 57 1. Television 
play. © James E. Colaneri; 23Jul71; 
DU80854. 
Getting even. Final draft, Aug. 15, 
1971. 43 1. (Mannlx) Teleplay. 
© James E. Colaneri; 17Aug71: 
DU81092. 



COLE, A. T. 
ABRAHAM. 



pseud. See GATERMAN, 



COLE, DAVID S. 

The reason of Timmy's playing; 
unaccompanied suite. 17 1. 
A play. © David Cole; 26Nov71; 
DU81872. 

COLEMAN, HERBERT. 

Mother. 42 1. Screenplay. © Herbert 
Coleman; 23Sep71; DU8I529. 

COLLAMORE, JEROME. 

Nostalgia; or, Just for nostalgia's 
sake. A play in 2 acts. 1 v. 
© Jerome Collamore; 20Dec71; 
DU82054. 

COLLETT, CATHLEEN M. 

The interim; or, What did (and did 
not) happen in Hamlet. 48 1. A 
play in 2 acts. © Cathleen M. 
Collett; 23Aug71; DU81258. 

COLLINS, CHRISTOPHER. 

Styopik and Manya. See EVREINOV. 
NICOLAI. ' 



COLLINS, FRANK C, JR. 

America — the beautiful; a freedom 
cantata. 5 1. Script. © Frank C. 
Collins, Jr.; 13Jul71; C25460. 

COLLODI, CARLO. 

Pinocchio; adapted for Children's 
Theatre from the Carlo Collodi 
classic by John Baldwin, Jr. Cody, 
Wyo., Pioneer Drama Service. 36 p. 
Two acts. © Pioneer Drama Service; 
10Nov70; DP7865. 

COLON, MONSERRATE. 

La visita de Navidad, de Jose M. Colon. 
23 1. Screenplay. © Monserrate 
Colon; 15Nov71; DU81718. 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS. 

Chushingura. See IZUMO, TAKEDA. 

COMDEN, BETTY. 

Applause. See STROUSE, CHARLES. 

COME ALIVE! A folk musical with choral 
reading presenting Philippians; 
narration by Catherine Stonehouse; 



musical setting by Lloyd Smith. 2 v. 
NM: piano arrangements, piano inter- 
ludes & dramatic dialogue. © Life & 
Press for Aldersgate Publications 
Assn.; 20Dec70; DP7727. 
COMEDY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

The Jewish American princess. See 
BOOKER, BOB. 

COMMUNICATION SKILLS CORP. 

Basic gas chromatography. Filmstrip 
scripts. © Communication Skills 
Corp. 
Program no. 

2004. Sample preparation, deriva- 
tives and sampling technique. 

• 12Aug71j C25594. 

2005. Column temperature and temper- 
ature programming. © 13Aug71; 
C25603. 

2006. Qualitative and quantitative 
analysis. © 13Aug71; C25604 . 

Basic gas chromatography. Lectures. 
© Communication Skills Corp. 
Program no. 

2001. Basic relationships and 
instrumentation. © 22Jul71; 
C25495. 

2002. The column, its makeup, 
selection and use. © 22Julfl; 
C25494. 

2003. Detectors, their designs 
and use. © 22Jul71; C25493. 

COMMUNICATORS, INC. TEACHING RESOURCES 
DEVELOPMENT CENTER. See TEACHING 
RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT CENTER. 

COMMUNICATORS 1971. 

We hear our silent Jews. See WOLFSON, 
MRS. SAMUEL. 

COMPANY THEATRE FOUNDATION. 

The emergence. See FLEMING, AMA 
GIESTA. 

COMPETELLO, TOM. 

The butcher, a screenplay. See 

SCHORR, MORRIS E. 
Hero, Inc.; a screenplay by Tom 
Competello & Morris Schorr. 
93 1. © Morris E. Schorr & Tom 
Competello; 290ct71; DU81641. 

COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. AUTO 

TAPE TOURS DIVISION. 

Script of California auto tape tours. 
© Comprehensive Communications, 
Inc., Auto Tape Tours Division. 
NO. 

1. San Francisco to Sacramento. 
© 9Jul71; C25446. 

1A. Sacramento to San Francisco. 
© 2Aug71; C25552. 

2. Sacramento to South Lake Tahoe. 
© 9Jul71; C25445. 

2A. South Lake Tahoe to Sacramento. 
© 2Aug71; C25553. 

3. South Lake Tahoe to Mariposa. 
© 9Jul71; C25444. 

3A. Mariposa to South Lake Tahoe. 
© 2Aug71; C25554. 

4. Mariposa to Fresno. © 9Jul71; 
© C25443. 

4A. Fresno to Mariposa. © 2Aug71; 
© C25555. 

5. Monterey to Fresno. © 9Jul71; 
© C25441. 

5A. Monterey to Fresno. 
© l4Jul71; C25469. 

6. San Luis Obispo to Monterey. 
Appl. ti.: Monterey to San Luis 
Obispo. © 9Jul71; C25442. 

6A. San Luis Obispo to Monterey. 
© 2Aug71; C25556. 

7. San Luis Obispo to Los Angeles. 
© 9Jul71; C 25 449. 

7A. Los Angeles to San Luis Obispo. 
© 9JU171; C25450. 

8. Fresno to Los Angeles. © 9Jul71; 
C25448. 

8A. Los Angeles to Fresno. 
© 9Jul71; C25447. 

9. San Francisco circle tour. 
Appl. ti.: San Francisco to San 
Francisco circle tour. 9 10Nov71; 
C26055. 



10. San Francisco to Monterey. 
© 12Jul71; C25454. 

10A. Monterey to San Francisco. 
© 12Jul71; C25455. 

11. Sacramento to Mariposa. 

if : 12' 918. 
11A. Mariposa to Sacramento. 
© 210ct71; C25919. 

12. Monterey to Mariposa. 
© 210ct71; C26049. 

12A. Mariposa to Monterey. 
I0ct71; C26048. 

13 . Reno to South Lake Tahoe . 
© 220ct71; C25924. 

13 A. South Lake Tahoe to Reno. 

© 220ct71; C25923. 
14. Sacramento to Reno. © 12Jul71; 

C25459. 
14a. Reno to Sacramento. 

© 12Jul71; C25458. 

CONGRESS OF WONDERS. 

The bomb. 2 sheets. Script. 

© Parker Music Co.; 13Aug71; C25600. 
Flipping on the Hod. Sheet. Script. 
© Parker Music Co.; 13Aug71; C25598. 
The nudes. 3 1. Script. © Parker 
Music Co.; 13Aug71; C25601. 
Pigeon Park. 3 1. Script. © Parker 
Music Co.; 13Aug71; C25596. 
Radio Phil. 3 1. Script. © Parker 

Music Co.; 13Aug71; C25599. 
Startrip. 10 1. Script. © Parker 
Music Co.; 13Aug71; C25597. 
Stepny Fetchnick. 3 1. Script. 

© Parker Music Co.; 13Aug71; C25602. 
The Stoned Ranger. 8 1. Script. 
© Parker Music Co.; 13Aug71; C25595. 

CONNER, PHILLIP R. 

For such a time; a musical based on 
the Book of Esther; written by 
Phil Conner. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Phillip R. Conner; 200ct71; 
DU81586. 



CONSUMERS POWER CO, 
Second genesis. 
STUDIOS, INC. 



See DUNN (CAL) 



CONTEH-MORGAN, JANE. 

Plays and creative dramatics. 
FLUGAUR, FLORENCE, ed . 



See 



CONTINENTAL ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK & 

TRUST CO. OF CHICAGO. 

BankerTape. 1 v. Script. © Conti- 
nental Illinois National Bank & 
Trust Co. of Chicago; 4Nov71; 

C 25 966. 

CONTRERAS CANTUA, MANUEL. 

Armino en el fango; obra original en 
tres actos y un epiloga de Em-Manuel 
Contreras Cantua. 1 v. © Manuel 
Contreras Cantua; 5Aug71; DU81295. 

COOK, DANIEL. 

Macbeth. See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

COOK (KEN) CO. 

Commercial pilot course. See NOLL, 

LOUIS. 
Instrument rating. See NOLL, LOUIS. 
Private -pilot course. See NOLL, 

LOUIS. 
Review: Narcotics and dangerous drugs 
training. See HUHNKE, GEORGE. 

COOK, RICHARD. 

Electra's eve; a death story in two 
parts. 1 v. A play. © Richard 
Cook; 12Jul71; DU80754. 

COOMBS, CHARLES R. 

The brown window. 14 1. A play. 

© Charles R. Coombs; l6Dec71; 

DU82016 . 
Fust. 38 1. A play in 3 scenes. 

© Charles R. Coombs; l6Dec71: 

DU82014. 
A j'udge of fine horseflesh. 15 1. 

A play. © Charles R. Coombs; 

16Dec71; DU82017. 



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July-Dec. 



COOMBS, CHARLES R.-Con. 

Liberty gash; a mystery. 10 1. 

A play. © Charles R. Coombs; 

l6Dec71; DU82018. 
Scrubbage. 15 1 • A play. 

© Charles R. Coombs; l6Dec71; 

DU82015. 
Shite. 39 1. A play in 3 scenes. 

© Charles R. Coombs; l6Dec71; 
DU82013 . 

COONEY, RAY. 

Bang bang Beirut; or, Stand by your 
bedouin. A farce in three acts by 
Ray Cooney & Tony Hilton. London, 
English Theatre Guild. 76 p. 
(Guild library) © Ray Cooney & 
Tony Hilton; 20May71; DF2094. 
COOPER, GILES. 

Everything in the garden. See 
ALBEE, EDWARD. 

COPANI, PETER. 

The blind junkie. 22 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Peter 
Copani; 24Aug71; DU81029. 

COPELAND, MELFORD CLYDE. 

The tame and the wild; a play. 45 1. 
Three acts. © Melford Clyde 
Copeland; 15Dec71; DU82O07. 

CORCORAN, JAMES. 

Encounter. 55 1- A play. © James 
Corcoran; lDec71; DU81921. 

CORNEILLE, PIERRE. 

Theatre complet. Tome premier. 
Paris, Editions Gamier Freres . 
1155 p. (Classiques Gamier) 
Twelve plays. Texte etabli avec 
introduction, chronologie, note 
bibliographique, notices, notes et 
choix de variances , par Georges 
Couton. NM: edition. © Gamier 
Freres; 30Sep71; AFO-67305. 



CORNISH, ROGER N. 

Open twenty-four hours; a drama in 
one act. New York, S. French. 
57 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
310ct66, DU67140. NM: revisions. 
© Roger N. Cornish; l6Aug68; 
DP7771. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Discovering your senses. 6 v. Film- 
strip scripts. Contents: Your eyes 
are for seeing. --Your ears are for 
hearing. — Your skin is for feeling. 
— Your tongue is for tasting. --Your 
nose is for smelling. — Your senses 
work together. © Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films, a division of Esquire, 
Inc.; 30Sep71; C258l4. 
Form class words. 6 v. Filmstrip 
scripts . Contents : What they are . 
--Nouns .--Verbs . — Adjectives . — 
Adverbs .--Recognizing them. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a 
division of Esquire, Inc.; 3°Sep71; 
C25817. 
Investigating simple machines. 6 v. 
Filmstrip scripts. Contents: 
What they do. — Kinds of levers. — 
Using levers. — Wheel-and-axle and 
pulley .--Inclined plane family. -- 
How they make work easier. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a 
division of Esquire, Inc.; 30Sep71; 
C25816. 
Investigating vertebrates. 6 v. 
Filmstrip scripts. Contents: 
What they are. — Fish. — Amphibians .-- 
Reptiles .--Birds .--Mammals . 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a 
division of Esquire, Inc.; 30Sep71; 
C25819. 
Jobs in health service. 8 v. 
Filmstrip scripts. Contents: 
Nurse's aide. — Medical laboratory 
assistant . — Op tome trie assistant. -- 



Dental assistant. — Optical techni- 
cian. — Medical photographer. — 
Radiology technician. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; 30Sep71; C25813. 

Oceanography. 6 v. Filmstrip scripts. 
Contents: How we study waves. — 
How we study tides. — How we study 
currents. — How we study the ocean 
floor. — How we study marine sedi- 
ments. — How we study marine life. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, 
a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
50Sep71; C25812. 

Seeing Japan. 6 v. Filmstrip scripts. 
Contents: Land and climate. — 
Industry and commerce. — Agriculture 
and fishing. — Its history. — Its 
people. — Its culture. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; 30Sep71; C2582O. 

Seeing the Rocky Mountain states. 
4 v. Filmstrip scripts. Contents: 
Land and climate. — Farming and 
ranching. — Mining and industry. -- 
History and people. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division 
of Esquire, Inc.; 30Sep71; C25815 . 

Sounds of the seasons. 1 v. Filmstrip 
script. © Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
22Nov71; C25956. 

Tales from Japan, b v. Filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: The rolling rice 
ball. — The monkey and the crab.-- 
The inn of the sparrows. — The story 
of the sunset glow. — The crane's 
magic gift. --The man who made trees 
blossom. — The moonbeam princess. -- 
The tears of the dragon. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division' of 
Esquire, Inc.; 30Sep71; C25818. 

CORRIGAN, ROBERT W. , ed. 

Tragedy: a critical anthology; edited 
& with an introd. by Robert W. 
Corrigan, headnotes by Glenn M. 
Loney. Boston, Houghton Mifflin. 
787 p. NM: introd. & headnotes. 
© Houghton Mifflin Co.; 9Nov71; ' 
A284756. 

CORRIVEAU, ARTHUR J. 

The greatest candidate. 2 sheets. 
Speech. © Arthur J. Corriveau; 
22Dec71; C26II9. 

CORRY, WILL. 

Two-lane blacktop. See WURLITZER, 
RUDOLPH. 
CORUM, BETTY JO. 

Hello, world. See RED, BURYL. 

COURSETTE SYSTEM, INC. 

Chevrolet V-8 tune-up-tape . 1 v. 

Script. © Coursette System, Inc.; 

lSep71; C25667. 
Ford V-8 tune-up-tape. 1 v. Script. 

© Coursette System, Inc.; lSep71; 

C25669. 
MGB tune-up-tape. 1 v. Script. 

© Coursette System, Inc.; lSep71; 

C25668. 

COURT, GERALDINE. 

Daffodils; a play. 1 v. Two acts. 
Includes lyrics for 2 songs. 
© Geraldine Court; 24Aug71; DU8II38. 

COURTELINE, GEORGES. 

Problems, problems; a comedy in one 
act; translation by Albert Bermel. 
16 1. © Albert Bermel; 12Jan72; 
DU82086 . 
COURTNEY, RAGAN. 

Hello, world. See RED, BURYL. 

COUTON, GEORGE. 

Theatre complet. See CORNEILLE, 
PIERRE. 

COX, CONSTANCE. 

Maria Marten; or, Murder in the red 
barn. A melodrama with songs set 
to traditional airs. London, 
S. French. 27 p. (French's acting 
edition) Book & lyrics only. 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 30Dec69; 
DF2122 . 



Miss Letltia. London, S. French. 
5** p. (French's acting edition) 
Two acts. © Constance Cox; 30Dec69; 
DF2111. 

- R. DAVID. 
Themes in the one-act play. Edited by 
R. David Cox & Shirley S. Cox. Hew 
York, Webster Division, McGraw-Hill. 
284 p. (Patterns in literary art 
series) NM: introductory material, 
study questions, footnotes & appen- 
dices. ©McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 20Apr71; 
A256698. 

COX, SHIRLEY S. 

Themes in the one-act play. See 
COX, R. DAVID. 

CRAGIN, DONALD HOWAHD. 

The hot seat; a dramatic play in one 
act. 12 1. © Donald Howard Cragin; 
l6Aug71; DU81074. 

CRAIG, WILLIAM R. 

The slaughter; a play. 62 1. 
© William R. Craig; 290ct71; 
DU81642 . 

CRAVEIRO, BEVERLY M. 

Just the other day; a musical adapta- 
tion of Little Red Riding Hood; 
story by Pat Williams, music & lyr- 
ics by Bev Craveiro. 1 v. Six 
scenes. © Bev Craveiro & Pat 
Williams; 4Nov71; DU82057. 

CRAVEN, HAROLD JAMES. 

Marlene, by Hal Craven. 157 1. 
A play. © Hal Craven; 25Aug71; 
DU81147 . 



CRAWFORD, GRANT, pseud. See JANATA, 
THOMAS ARTHUR. 



CEAWFORD, JOHN, pseud. See RICHARDSON, 
CLEVE ALLEN. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN WILLIAM. 

Prelude to the dismantlement of a 
machine. 38 1 . A play in 2 acts. 
© John William Crawford; 28Sep71: 
DU81419. 

CRAWFORD, MONA. . 

The good years. 3 1. Television 
script. Appl. ti.: Lifestyle. 
© Mona Crawford; l6Aug71; C25502. 

CRAWFORD, ROBERTA BRITT. 

Harmony countdown, by Roberta Britt. 
12 1. A musical play in 2 parts. 
Book only. © Britt-Crawford Associ- 
ates; 13Dec71; DU81842. 

CRAY0NC0URT, MARGUERITE. 

Theatre I, by Marguerite Yourcenar, 
pseud. Rendre a Cesar; La petite 
sirene; Le dialogue dans le mare- 
cage. [Paris] Gallimard. 201 1. 
NM: dramatization, adaptation, revi- 
sion & additions. © Editions 
Gallimard; J0May71; DF0-1835. 

THE CREATIVE MESSAGE. 

Bene Regesh: Sons of perception. A 
A rock musical. 2 v. © The Creat- 
ive Message; 26Jul71; DP7753 . 

CREED, WILL, pseud. See LONG, HARRY 
WILLIAM. 

CRESCENDO MUSIC PUBLICATIONS, INC. 
Who is my neighbor. See WELLS, 
RONALD K. 

CRITCHFIELD, JIM. 

You were born on a rotten day. See 
SERGEL, CHRISTOPHER. 

CRIVELLA, JAMES V. 

Now! The mad TV sex comedy. 55 1. 
Two acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
I6sep68, DU72389 & 17Feb70, DU76525. 
NM: revisions. © James V. Crivella; 
9Aug71; DU81018. 



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CRIVELLA, JAMES VINCENT. 

Sing out, young soull A rock musical 
fantasy of black, young love. 1 v. 
Two acts. © James Vincent Crivella; 
17Dec71; DU82028. 

CROFTER, THORN, pseud. See HARROW, 

MIRIAM. 

CROSSLEY, B. ALICE. See BAKER, 
B. ALICE CROSSLEY. 

CROWTHER, JOHN. 

Firebase; a film. 116 1. © John 
Crowther; 17Dec71; .DU82027. 

CROZIER, RHOYIA HOPE, pseud. See 
ROUSSEAU, JOAN E. M. 

CRUDELE, JOHN THOMAS. 

Dreams and schemes; or, Nativity 
scheme. 88 1. A play. © John 
Thomas Crudele; 10Sep71; DU81432. 

CRUDEN, THOMAS. 

The doll and the marquis; a comedy. 
London, New York, S. French. 39 p. 
(French's acting edition) © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 17Nov71; DFO-I855. 

CRUSO, THALASSA, pseud. See HENCKEN, 
MRS. HUGH O'NEILL. 

CRUTCHER, GARY. 

Stanley; screenplay by Gary Crutcher, 
story by William Grefe, employer for 
hire. 94 1. ©William Grefe; 
2Nov71; DU81673. 
:ryer, GRETCHEN. 
Booth is back in town. See 
PENDLETON, AUSTIN. 

CULHANE, JOHN A. 

Optimus Maximus Caesar. 14 1. A 
play in 2 acts. © John A. Culhane; 
29JU171; DU80926. 

CULLUM, JOHN. 

Oedipus. 1 v. A play. Adaptation 
of Oedipus, by Sophocles. Book 
only.. © John Cullum; 10Nov71; 
DU8I58I. 

CULVER, ROY. 

The only true story of Santa Claus; a 
one-act Christmas play. 131. © Roy 
Culver; lDec71; DU8l9l4. 

CUMMINGS, ROBERT. 

Third Street. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Robert Cummings; 130ct71; DU81538. 

CUNNINGHAM, PHYLLIS FENN. 

The mystery of Milk Island; a puppet 
show. I? 1. Four acts. Appl. tit: 
Ghost of Milk Island. © Phyllis 
Fenn Cunningham; 2Dec71; DU81925. 

CUNNYNGHAM, PHYLLIS. 

The rise and fall of Teeny Jones. 
See CHASIN, DAN. 

CURL, NORMA JEAN, pseud. See 
MARTIN, NORMA JEAN. 

CURRAN, ANASTASIA, pseud. See 
SEPTANT, JUNE. 

CURTIS, JAMES NEIL. 

Eulogy. Sheet. Script. © James 

Neil Curtis; 2Jul71; C25428. 
Football one man band. 2 sheets. 
Script. © James Neil Curtis; 
2Jul71; C25426. 
Fun house. 2 sheets. Script. 

© James Neil Curtis; 2Jul71; C25424. 
Man from All-State. Sheet. Script. 

© James Neil Curtis; 2Jul71; C25423. 
Subway routine. 3 1. Script. 

© James Neil Curtis; 2Jul71; C25425. 
Suicide. 2 sheets. Script. © James 
Neil Curtis; 2Jul71; C25427. 



The untouchables. 3 1. Script. 

© James Neil Curtis; 2JU171; C25422. 

CURTIS, WILLIAM K. 

The place; a play in 3 acts. 71 g- 
© William K. Curtis; 2Aug71; DU8095&. 

CURWENSVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
(PA) 

The search for peace. See WRIGHT, 
LAURA D. 

CUTINO, RENALDO. 

Divine madness (Divlna locura) (Divine 
folie) A play in English & transla- 
tions. 3 v. © Renaldo Cutino; 
120ct71; DU81423. 

CUTLER, MRS. GLEN ANDREW. See CUTLER, 
JEANNETTE RUTH. 

CUTLER, JEANNETTE RUTH. 

The victim; a psychological drama 
in three short acts by Jan Cutler. 
50 1. © Jeannette Ruth Cutler 
(Mrs. Glen Andrew Cutler); l4jun71; 
DU80771. 

CUTLER, PHILLIP. 

Field effect transistor series. 4 v. 
Scripts. Contents: FET-10, FET-12, 
FET-14, FET-16: Junction field 
effect transistors. --Field effect 
transistor models. — FET biasing. — 
FET basic amplifiers. © Phillip 
Cutler; 23Sep71; C25968. 

CYRIL, DAVID, pseud. See 
ELDER, HUGH M. 



D 



DABERKOW, VERNELLE. 

Space stowaways. See RUSSELL, 
HELEN J. 

D'AGOSTINO, JOSEPH D. 

Winds of change; a musical play based 
on the life of Madame Helena P. 
Blavatsky. Book by Franklin C. 
Tramutola, music by Joseph D. 
D'Agostino, lyrics by Gary Romero, 
pseud, of Nicholas A. Catsos. 2 v. 
Two acts . © Franklin Tramutola, 
Joseph D. D'Agostino & Nicholas A. 
Catos; 26Aug71; DU81168. 

DAHEIM, DAVID C. 

Badge, Sir. 125 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© David C. Daheim; l8Nov71; DU81792. 

DALE, GROVER. 

Overlove. 1 v. A musical play. Book 
& lyrics only. © Grover Dale; 
80ct71; DU81301. 

D'ALEMBERTE, H. TALBOT. 

Gulf. 90 1. A play in 13 scenes. 
© Talbot D'Alemberte; 20Dec71; 
DU81967 . 
D'ALESIO, DANIEL J., JR. 

My father's butcher shop. See 
ELLIS, CATHERINE J. 

DALY, WILLIAM THOMAS. 

The revolutionary: A review and 
synthesis. 42 1. ©William 
Thomas Daly; 30Jun71; C25694. 

DANEK, OLDRICH. 

The executioner of Paris; a tragedy of 
a dilettante; translated from Czech 
by Ruth Willard. 19 1. Seven acts. 
NM: adaptation & translation. 
© Ruth Willard; 15Dec71; DU82006. 

DANIEL, GEORGE A. 

Barry's father; a screenplay. 19 1. 
© George A. Daniel; 5Aug71; DU80998. 



DANIELS, GLEN CURTIS. 

Moments; a screenplay. 73 1. 
© Glen Curtis Daniels; 9Sep71; 
DU81266. 

DANIELS, W. LEO. 

How big Is your ;od'. ' 1. Sermon, 
ion Pub. Co., Inc.: 27Sep71; 
C2'.732. 

DA PONTE, LORENZO. 

The marriage of Figaro, by W. A. 

Mozart; original libretto by Lorenzo 
da Ponte; English libretto by Basil 
Swift; based on a play by Beaumar- 
chais. 90 1. Three acts. Libret- 
to. NM: translation & revision. 
© Basil Swift; Uul71; DU80664 . 

DARDA, BENTON B. 

Wind in the willows; by Virginia 
Hinman, music & lyrics by Benton & 
Victoria Darda. 43 1. A play in 
3' acts. Musical adaptation of the 
book by Kenneth Graham. © Virginia 
Hinman & Benton Darda; 8Dec71; 
DU81956 . 

DARDA, VICTORIA. 

Wind in the willows. See DARDA, 
BENTON B. 
DARGAN, DORIS LLOYD. 

A case of identity. See SHOENFIELD, 
PAUL. 

DARMANGEAT, PIERRE. 

Treteau de marionnettes . See VALLE- 
INCLAN, RAMON DEL. 

DARRYL, DANIEL. 

Happiness is day by day; by Danny 
Darryl. 6 1. Television play. 
© Danny Darryl; 9Sep71; DU81267 . 
What do I do? 9 1. Television play. 
© Danny Darryl; l8Nov71; DU81968. 

DAVE, B., pseud. See SMITH, B. DAVID. 

DAVID, GUNTER. 

The informed consumer. 1 v. 
107 scripts. © Gunter David; 
150ct71; C25708. 

DAVID, HAL. 

Promises, promises. 
BURT. 



See BACHARACH, 



DAVID, HOD, pseud. See SCHUDSON, 
HOWARD, JR. 

DAVID, RONALD LEROY. 

Icarus to the moon; a dramatic air- 
show narration by Ron David. 26 1. 
Tape script. © Ronald LeRoy David; 
1JU171; C25398. 

DAVID, TAN, pseud. See FIELD, GAYLE L. 

DAVIDSON, ROBERT ALAN. 

Tortured munchkins . 20 1. Screenplay. 
© Robert Davidson; 27Dec71; DU82099. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM A. 

The name's Johnny. See WEBB, IRWIN. 

DAVIS, MRS. A. THOMAS. See DAVIS, 
SALLY B. 

DAVIS, D. VERNON. 

Q.uiet side of the family: the 
psychodeliacs and the professor; 
a fictional documentary of postwar 
forces in America by Dwayne Mitchel, 
pseud. 1 v. A play in 3 acts & 
epilogue. © D. Vernon Davis; 
5Aug71; DU80992. 

DAVIS, HOWARD S. 

Does anybody care I'm here? A new 
screenplay by Scott Howard, pseud. 
24 1. © SHCP/Does Anybody Care Co.; 
20Dec71; DU82047. 



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DAVIS, JAMES HOWARD. 

Silas; a musical dramatization adapted 
from the novel Silas Marner, by 
George Eliot. 91 1. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 22May69, DU74927. NM: 
revision. © James Howard Davis; 
26Aug71; DU80987. 

DAVTS, QUINCY. 

The robbery; a screenplay. 102 1. 
© Quincy Davis; l6Sep71; DU81330. 

DAVIS, ROBERT. 

A time to love; a musical play in two 
acts by Robert Davis & Barry Love . 
1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
24Apr6l, 53044. NM: additions & 
revisions. © J. Barry Love & 
Robert Davis; 28Jun71; DU8068O. 

DAVIS, SALLY B. 

Thor's hammer; by Sally Davis, Kathy 
Wanger.& Martha McCallister. 
10 1. A play. © Martha G. 
McCallister (Mrs. John W.); 5Aug71; 
DU808O7 . 

DAVIS, MRS. SIDNEY R. 

The story; inspirational poems and 
Christmas play. 32 1. 
© Mrs. Sidney R. Davis; l6jul71; 
A272670 . 

DAYTON, CLEVELAND A. 1 

Calamity at Whiskey Bar. 40 p. A 
play in 3 acts. © Opry House; 
12Nov71; DU81766. 

DEACON, SAUNDRA N. 

Magic theatre. 28 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Saundra N. Deacon; 30Dec71; 
DU82012 . 

DE ALARCON, PEDRO ANTONIO. See 
ALARCON, PEDRO ANTONIO DE. 



DE BENEDICTIS, DICK. 

The day basketball was saved. See 
ANGELOS, WILLIAM BILL. 

■DE BERARD, ELLA. 

The sexagenarians; 3-act comedy. 99 1- 
© Ella De Berard; 15Dec71; DU82008. 

DE BLASI, JOACHIM THOMAS. 

Castillo de Juguetes special; a 
children's television program. 
23 1. A play. © Joachim Thomas 
De Blasi; 5Aug71; DU80996. 



DEBLASI, RICHARD P. 

Confrontation in the seclusion room; 

a one-act play. 8 1. © Richard P. 

DeBlasi; 26Aug71; DU8II55. 
Two in a box; a one-act play. 20 1. 

© Richard P. DeBlasi; 26Aug71; 

DU81154. 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Anticipating the problem. 7 1. 

(Cardiac care series) © Decision 
Media, Inc.; l8Aug71; C25614. 
A case study. 4 1. (Cardiac care 
series) © Decision Media, Inc.; 
l8Aug71; C25618. 
Congestive heart failure. 6 1. 
(Cardiac care series) © Decision 
Media, Inc.; l8Aug71; C25615. 
Demonstration; narration & dialogue 
for demo program. 6 1. © Decision 
Media, Inc.; l8Aug71; C25622. 
Digitalis & quinidine. 8 1. 

(Cardiac care series) © Decision 
Media, Inc.; l8Aug71; C25616. 
Elective countershock. 7 1. (Cardi- 
ac care series) © Decision Media, 
Inc.; l8Aug71; C25621. 
Emergency countershock. 8 1. 

(Cardiac care series) © Decision 
Media, Inc.; l8Aug71; C25617. 



External pacing. 6 1. (Cardiac care 
series) © Decision Media, Inc.; 
l8Aug71; C25620. 

The pacemaker patient. 7 1. [Cardi- 
ac care series) © Decision Media, 
Inc.; l8Aug71; C25619. 

DECKERT, GEORGE LINCOLN. 

The red tide. 81 1. A musical play 
in 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. a6, You lust 
don't up and tell, 1970, DU77004. 
NM: title & revisions. © George L. 
Deckert; l6Dec71; DU82021. 

DEDERA, DON. 

Phoenix-Pinetop tour. 4l 1. Script 

for tape recording. © Pinetop 

Lakes, Inc.; Uul71; C25465. 
Tucson-globe tour. 19 1. Script for 

tape recording. © Pinetop Lakes, 

Inc.; Uul71; C25464. 

DEKKER, THOMAS. 

The shoemakers' holiday. See 
ARGENTO, DOMINICK. 

DE LAPLAIN, HEDY PIORY. See 
FIORY, HEDY. 

DELOFFRE, FREDERIC. 

Theatre complet [de] Marivaux. See 
MARIVAUX, PIERRE CARLET DE 
CHAMBLAIN DE. 

DEL VALLE-INCLAN, RAMON. See 
VALLE-INCLAN, RAMON DEL. 



DELWAY ENTERPRISES. 

Self -improvement course. 
HADLEY, W. WAYNE. 



See 



DE MARCO, JOHN V. 

Part it in the middle, by Travis 
Nagoomba, pseud. 1 v. A play in 

3 acts. © John V. De Marco; 
23Nov71; DU81856. 

Tomorrow comes early, by Travis 
Nagoomba, pseud. 1 v. A play in 

4 acts. © John V. De Marco; 
23Nov71; DU81857. 

DE MARGUERITE, JAMES, pseud. See 
CARICATO, JAMES. 

DE MATTEO, DONNA. 

Almost on a runway; a play in three 
acts. 1 v. © Donna de Matteo; 
Uul71; DU80668. 

DE MAUPASSANT, GUY. See MAUPASSANT, 
GUY DE. 

DEMON, pseud. See SMITH, STANLEY. 

DE MORA, ROBERT. 

Hans Brinker; or, The silver skates. 
A musical play for children; book 
& lyrics by Robert de Mora. 1 v. 
Two acts . Based on the story by 
Mary Mapes Dodge; music based on the 
waltzes of Franz Schubert, adapted 
& arranged by Paul Spong. Book & 
lyrics only. © Robert de Mora; 
10Nov71; DU81972. 
The streets of New York; a melodrama 
for young adults adapted by Robert 
de Mora from the play by Dion 
Boucicault. 1 v. Five acts. NM: 
revisions. © Robert de Mora; 
9Aug71; DU81021. 

DENBAUM, DREW. 

Adrian; an original screenplay. 
127 1. © Drew Denbaum; 6Aug71; 
DU81005 . 

DENOSKY, PETER. 

Salt and pepper; a play by Peter Tar- 
nowsky, pseud. 39 P- Three acts. 
© Peter Denosky; 30Sep71; DU81445 . 

DEPREZ, DANIEL ROBERT. 

Calgary Hill. See HOLM, DOUGLES 
KIMBALL. 



DERBY, JAMES LAWRENCE. 

The day we murdered the Fuller Brush 
man and Herman the Janitor; 
original screenpla, an an 
original story. 95-1- © James 
Lawrence Derby; l8!lov71; DU81618. 

DERKS, MICHAEL JOE. 

The love avenger; a feature-length 
motion picture script by Mik De: 
1st draft, Oct. 5, 1971. 126 
© Michael Joe Derks; 28oct71; 
DU81631. 

DER0GEE, JOHN DANIEL, SR. 

Mystery, Babylon the great, the mother 
of harlots and abominations of the 
earth and the beast, mark of the 
beast. 33 1. Sermon. © John 
Daniel Derogee, Sr.; 80ct71; C25838. 

DE TERRA, JOYCE. See 
ANTLER, JOYCE DE TERRA. 

DETROIT EDISON CO. 
Second genesis. 
STUDIOS, INC. 



See DUNN (CAL) 



DEWINDT, HAL. 

Us versus nobody: a warning; the 1976 
trial of Bert Williams. 1 v. A 
play in 2 acts. © Hal DeWindt; 
20Dec71; DU82049. 

DIAMOND, BERNARD. 

The life and lumps of Herman Striker, 
scientist; a play in two acts. 
96 1.. © Bernard Diamond; 19Jul71; 
DU808OO. 

DIAMOND, I. A. L. 
Promises, promises. 
BURT. 



See BACHARACH, 



DIAMOND, LEONARD. 

The singing boy; book by John Stasey, 
music by Leonard Diamond, lyrics by 
Bob Kenney. 1 v. A play. "Appl. 
states prev. pub. Aug. 1966. NM: 
music 8- revisions. © Robert E. 
Kenney S- Leonard Diamond; 22Sep71; 
DU81374 . 

DIAS, EARL J. 

One-act plays for teen-agers; a 

collection of royalty-free comedies 
Rev. ed. Boston, Plays, inc. 
339 p. © Earl J. Dias; 60ct71; 
A279038. 

DIAZ, WILLIAM. 

Adolf Hitler. 1 v. A play in 15 
scenes. © William Diaz; 28Sep71; 
DU81418. 

DI BENEDETTO, MARCELLO. 

Superperizia; dramma in due tempi. 
85 1. © Marcello Di Benedetto; 
7Jul71; DU80712. 

DICKENS, CHARLES. 
Great expectations. 
HAL. 



See SCHAEF— , 



DIEBEL, JOHN F. 

Storyville; a musical play; book by 
David D. Rodgers, music & lyrics by 
John F. Diebel. 1 v. Two acts. 
© John F. Diebel S- David D. Rodgers; 
22Nov71; DU8183I. 

DIEHL, WILLIAM, JR. 

The Algerian switch; working script. 
133 1- A screenplay. © Sagaquarius . 
Inc.; 6Aug71; DU81013 . 
Dreams that are real; a film script. 
59 1. © Sagaquarius, Inc.; 6Aug71; 
DU81004. 
Hot pants; a film scriDt. R3 1. 
©Sagaquarius, Inc . ;" 9Aus71: 
DU8IO55. 

DIETZ, NORMAN D. 

Turnabout: a fair play; a comedy in two 
acts. 90 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
& pub. as The town went boom, 
19Sep66, DP6158 & 23Feb68, DP6628. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Norman 
D. Dietz; 1Nov71; DP7845. 



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135 



DIEZ, MANUEL J. 

Mistress of Rose Hall; by Manny Diez. 
125 1- A screenplay. © Don Dorsey 
& Whit Shaw; 23Jul71; DU8081"'. 

DIGGS, CHARLES N. See CHARLES, NORMAN. 

DI GIOIA, GIUSEPPE. 

Papa; accent on the second A; 
a farce come • In three acts. 
1 v. Appl. states piev. reg. 
12Aug70, DU77896. NM: revision. 
© Giuseppe Di C.ioia; 220et71; 
DU816OO . 

DILLMAN, SHIRLEY. 

Trip forward; a play in three acts. 
90 1. © Shirley Dillman; 17Sep71; 
DU81338. 

DIMENSION PRODUCTIONS. 

The zodiac with Kiraber. 2 sheets. 
© Dimension Productions; 150ct71; 
C25725. 

DINARDO, ROBERT E. 

The Tibetan powderpuff . 99 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Robert E. DiNardo; 
13Dec71; DU81991. 

DINGLEY, CHARLES V. 

The appointment; a film by Chuck 
Vincent, pseud. 11 1. Screenplay. 
© Chuck Vincent; 4Aug71; DU80976. 
Birthday of the Infanta, by Chuck 
Vincent, pseud.; based on a story 
by Oscar Wilde. 45 1. Screenplay. 
© Chuck Vincent; 4Aug71; DU80977. 
A date with destiny; a. film by Chuck 
Vincent, pseud. 26 1. © Chuck 
Vincent; 30Aug71; DU81186. 

DINO, AND OTHER PLAYS. Selected by the 
editors of Scholastic scope magazine. 
Scholastic Book Services. 125 P- 
(Scope play series) Appl. author: 
Scholastic Magazines, Inc. NM: compi- 
lation & illus. S Scholastic Maga- 
zines, Inc.; 150ct71; A 2864 74 . 

DI PIETRO, VINCENT. 

Sports profile. See EDEN, STEVE. 

DISCALA, FRANCIS J. 

Captain Freedom; a dramatic play. 
74 1. Three acts. © Francis J. 
DiScala; 7Sep71; DU81236. 

DISSOSWAY, CAROLYN FITZ-RANDOLPH. 
Keeping in touch; a play in 1 act. 
16 1. © C. F.-R. Dissosway; lSep71; 
DU81207. 

DIVERA, FRANCES. 

You better believe it; one act play by 
Fran DiVera. 4 1. © Frances DiVera; 
l4Dec71; DU81999. 



DIVOKY, CHARLENE D. 

Dollar bill; savings 5: loan or bank 
spot. Sheet. Television commercial 
script. ' Jharlene D. Divoky; 
l8Aug71; C25623. 

DIXON, JANICE THORNE. 

Seven trumpet songs. 62 1. A play. 
© Janice Thorne Dixon; 60ct71; 
DU81490. 

DOBBERSTEIN, D. 

Commercial pilot course. See NOLL, 

LOUIS. 
Instrument rating. See NOLL, LOUIS. 
Private pilot course. See MOLL, 
LOUIS . 

DOBBINS, LARRY. 

La gloria de la manana. 132 1. A 
play in 3 acts. English. © Larry 
Dobbins; 26jul71; DU80887. 

DOBBS, JONATHAN, pseud. See 
DOBROVOLSKY, JOHN P. 



DOBLES, ALVARO. 

Etc.; a play of mice and sex, by 
Alv Dobles. 106 1. Two acts. 
© Alvaro Dobles; l6Sep71; DU81328. 

DOBROVOLSKY, JOHN P. 

The conquistadores by Jonathan Dohbs, 
pseud., fr Jonathan King. 138 1. 
Screenplay. <a Jonathan J. King «■ 
John P. Dobrovolsky; 8sep71; 
DU81251. 

DODAL, KAREL. 

Dodal 1971 series. 3 v. Three plays. 
Contents: China doll. — The magician. 
— Private entrance. © Karel Dodal; 
10Aug71; DU8086O. 

DODGE, MARY MA PES . 

Hans Brinker. See DE MORA, ROBERT. 
Hans Brinker. See MILLER, LYNNE G. 
DODGSON, CHARLES LUTWIDGE. 

Alice in Wonderland. See LEHMAN, 

JOHN GLENN. 
The hunting of the snark. See ROBERTS, 
EDWIN. 

DOLAN, PAT, pseud. See MADSEN, 
PATRICIA. 

DON, CARL, pseud. See GOLDMAN, KALMAN. 

DONAHUE, THOMAS AQUINAS. 

Nero and Saint Paul; a play in three 
acts. 27 1. © Thomas A. Donahue; 
8sep71; DU81257. 

DONATHAN, ELYSE D. 

The revelation of John the Divine 
(He who has an ear) A mystical 
rock musical by Susanne, pseud. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 4May70, DU77053. 
NM: additions & revisions. 
© Elyse D. Donathan; 60ct71; 
DU81487 . 

DORIN, FRANCOISE. 

Les Bonshommes; une piece. [Paris] 
Four acts. (In L'avant- scene, Nov. 
1970j p. 7-42) © Francoise Dorin; 
1Nov70; DF2132. 

DORSEY, DON. 

Mistress of Rose Hall. See DIEZ, 
MANUEL J. 
DORSEY, JOSEPH L. , SR. 

Pigeons; a play in two acts by Lee 
Dorsey. 82 1. © Joseph L. Dorsey, 
Sr.; 3Aug71; DU80967. 

DOUGHERTY, DENNIS ALAN. 

A midsummer night's dream; by William 
Shakespeare, adapted for animated 
cartoon by Dennis Dougherty. 77 1. 
© Dennis Alan Dougherty; 2Jul71; 
DU80763 . 
DOUGLAS, C. MITCHELL. 

Jenny Wiley. See KEATON, BENJAMIN. 
DOUGLAS, JOHN, pseud. See 
SCHLUETER, JAY VERNON. 

DOUGLASS, FREDERICK. 

Frederick Douglass. See BURGHARDT, 
ARTHUR. 

DOUGLASS, GAEL T. 

Vibrations; an original musical play 
by Gael Douglass & Naomi Heschong. 
Preview version. 1 v. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 25Aug69, 
DU75085 . NM: additions & revisions. 
© Gael T. Douglass; 20Dec71; DU82O36 . 

DOWNING, BETTY CHILDS . 

Two sides of the coin; a play in 
three acts. 32 1. © Betty Childs 
Downing; 260ct71; DP7848. 

DOWNS, JOE, pseud. See 

HAZZARD, MILTON BRADLEY, JR. 

DRAHOS, MARY. 

They ran the road called freedom. 
Downers Grove, 111., Contemporary 
Drama Service. 30 p. Thirteen 
scenes. Appl. author: Arthur 



Meriwether, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 21Apr71; 
DP7881 . 

DRAMATIC PUB. CO. 

By the waters of Babylon. See 
DUFFIELD, BRAINERD. 

The haunted auditorium. See 0W : 

ROSEMARY J. 
Portia, of women's lib. See MCMAHON, 

LUELLA E. 
Las posadas. See JOHNSON, BARBARA. 
Room 222. See SERGEL, CHRISTOPHER. 
To Jesus with love. See MCKENZIE, 

JOHN P. G. 
Wutherlng Heights. See TAYLOR, 

MARKLAND J. 
You were born on a rotten day. See 

SERGEL, CHRISTOPHER. 

DREXLER, ROSALYN. 

She who was he. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Rosalyn Drexler; 29Dec71; 
DU82114. 

DRIVER, MICHAEL. 

God's dam. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Michael Driver; 1Nov71; DU81658. 

•DRUM, LEONARD. 

The pink and the purple; a new musical. 
1 v. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 13Apr71, 
DU80128. NM: additions. © Leonard 
Drum; 15Nov71; DU81845. 

DUCASSE, ISIDORE. 

Maldoror. See TRUSSELL, ROBERT 
DABNEY. 

DUFFIELD, BRAINERD. 

By the waters of Babylon; by Stephen 
Vincent Benet, adapted by Brainerd 
Duffield; a play in one act. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 27 p. 
© Dramatic Pub. Co.; 15Sep71; 
DP7827. 
DUHART, LARRY ALLAN. 

The clay heroes; a screenplay by Larry 
Duhart S- John Lowe. 132 1. © Larry 
Allan Duhart & John Patrick Lowe; 
40ct71; DU81474. 
Lynitt; a screenplay by Larry Duhart 
& John Lowe. 63 1. © Larry Allan 
Duhart & John Patrick Lowe; 5Aug71; 
DU80995 . 
The quest of an eager beaver. See 
LOWE, JOHN PATRICK. 

DUKORE, LAWRENCE. 

Inside-out. See GOLDEN, THOMAS H. 

DULING, DANIEL DALE. 

Bid or bunch; a play in two scenes by 
Dan Duling. 40 1. © Daniel Dale 
Duling; 22Nov71; DU81813. 
Tables; a sketch by Dan Duling. 10 1. 
© Daniel Dale Duling; 22Nov71; 
DU81814 . 

DUMAS, MILDRED. 

Hard hocks and greens. 83 1. Screen- 
play. © Mildred Dumas; 20Aug71; 
DU8III8. 

DUNAYEVSKAYA, RAYA. 

Hegelian Leninism; or, Dialectics of 
liberation. 18 1. © Raya Dunayev- 
skaya; 15Nov71; C26094. 

DUNBAR, PAT. 

Fun fanfare; a musical play for chil- 
dren & family television. Lyrics & 
story development by Pat Dunbar, 
music & presentation production by 
Scott Seely. 29 1- Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Scott B. 
Seely & Pat Dunbar; 6Dec71; DU82032. 

DUNCAN, CATHERINE. 

L'Oncle Sam; discovery of America in 
1875 by the Frenchman Victorien 
Sardou; related & presented in the 
English language by Catherine Dun- 
can 8: Marion Michelle, pseud, of 
Marion Michelle Guyard. 1 v. A 
play in 2 acts. © Marion Michelle 
Guyard 8: Catherine Duncan; 22Nov71; 
DU81647. 



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July-Dec. 



DUNCAN, RONALD. 

The death of Satan; a comedy. London, 
Faber & Paber. Ill p. Two acts. 
© Ronald Duncan; HFeb54; DF2087. 

DUNN, BERNARD. 

Viva Mexico. See HANMER, RONALD. 

DUNN (CAL) STUDIOS, INC. 

The second genesis; Rock Point version; 
a multi-screen presentation on the 
ecology. Prepared by Cal Dunn Studi- 
os, Inc. for Consumers Power Co. & 
Detroit Edison Co. 1 v. Script. 
© Consumers Power Co. & Detroit 
Edison Co.; 28Dec71; C26156. 

DUNN, THOMAS G. 

The night of Lee; a play in one act 
by Tom Dunn. 31 1. © Thomas G. 
Dunn; 3Dec71; DU81933 . 

DURBRIDGE, FRANCIS. 

Suddenly at home; a new play. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Francis Durbridge; 
26oct71; DU81692. 

DURHAM, MRS. J. C, JR. See DURHAM 
JACQUELINE. 

DURHAM, JACQUELINE. 

Annie Armstrong, determined servant. 
Birmingham, Ala., Woman's Missionary 
Union, SBC. 13 p. Fifteen scenes. 
© Jacqueline Durham (Mrs. J. C, Jr.): 
21JU171; DP7739. 

DURIEUX, MAURICE. 

Sprucy; Christmas story with music. 
9 1. Book only. © Maurice 
Durieux; 3Dec71; C26082. 

DURRELL, DONALD D. 

Favorite plays for classroom reading, 
by Donald D. Durrell & B. Alice 
Crossley. Boston, Plays. 288 p. 
NM: p.v (pref.) & editorial 
revision on p.iv, vi, xv. © Plays, 
Inc.; 290ct71; A285157. 
Teen-age plays for classroom reading; 
by Donald D. Durrell & B. Alice 
Crossley. Boston, Plays. 338 p. 
Twenty plays. NM: compilation, 
adaptation, instructions, introd . , 
suggestions. © Plays, Inc.; 
l6Nov71; A297497. 

DVORAK, RITCHIE G. 

Chantyman; original screenplay by 
Don Haggith & Rick Dvorak. 1 v. 
© Rick Dvorak & Don W. Haggith; 
3Sep71; DU81220. 

DWORKIN, SUSAN L. 

Brothers. 129 1. A screenplay. 
© Susan L. Dworkin; l6Sep71; 
DU81333. 

DWORZAN, HELENE. 

For dear life. See FRIEDMAN, 
EVELYN L. 



DWYER, FRANK. 

The Governor: A national tragedy. 
A play in two acts. 1 v. © Frank 
Dwyer; 16Nov71; DU81774. 

DYKSTRA, GERALD. 

Giant step; audio script. 238 1. 
© International Learning Systems, 
Ltd.; 19Aug71; C25680. 

DYMOR PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Callahan's clan. See ALLEN, ROBERT. 
DYNATONE PUB. CO. 

Put your thing on me. See MATTHEWS, 
DAVID. 



EARL ROWLAND FOUNDATION. 

Medieval art from private collections 
(Cloisters) 12 1. Script. © Earl 
Rowland Foundation; 26Nov71; C26106. 

EARLY, ANN. 

I am. 1 v. A play in 3 actc. 3 Ann 
Early; 30Sep71; DU814J2. 

EASLEY, ROY E. 

The world series. 3 1. Sermon. 
© Lion Pub. Co., Inc.; 17Sep71; 
C 257 01. 

EAST, DONALD. 

Good-bye, Susan; a play. London, 
S. French. 30 p. (French's acting 
edition) © Samuel French, Ltd.; 
29Dec69; DF2106. 
The lucky one; a play. London, 

S. French. 31 p. (French's acting 
edition) © Samuel French, Ltd.; 
29Dec69; DF2108. 
Once upon a seashore; a play. London, 
S. French, 4l p. (French's acting 
edition) © Samuel French, Ltd.; 
30Dec69; DF2126. 

EAST, JAMES EDWARD. 

The reclamation. See GEORGE, THOM 
RITTER. 



E 



E.G.G. PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 
-Ing. See LEVY, RONALD M. 



EAST/MEMPHIS MUSIC CORP. 

Because you give a damn. See 

ANDERSON, JOHN. 
Wine-O-Willie. See ANDERSON, JOHN. 

ECKLEY, DAN M. 

Rumplestiltskin. See PROVOST, 
WILLIAM B. 

EDEN, STEVE. 

Sports profile; half hour color TV 
sport interview show; by Steve Eden, 
Jack Brooks & Vincent Di Pietro. 
4 1. Script. © Videomation, Inc.; 
21Jul71; C25487- 

EDGAR CAYCE FOUNDATION, VIRGINIA 
BEACH, VA. 
Readings. See CAYCE, EDGAR. 

EDGAR, LAYA. 

Sing, little cantor. See SCHROEDER. 
JOHN E. 

EDITIONS CHANSON CO. 

Vienna. See MCKUEN, ROD. 

EDITIONS DE LA TABLE RONDE. 

Cher Antoine. See ANOUILH, JEAN. 

EDUCATION UNLIMITED CORP. 

[The American Indian] 6 v. Tape 
scripts. Contents: Tape no. 3751- 
3756: The American Indian. — Powhatan 
- Algonquin chief . --Massasoit - wam- 
panoag chief. — Pontiac - great 
Ottawa chief. — Black Hawk - Sauk 
chief and other brave Indian chiefs. 
--Cochise and Geronimo - Apache 
chiefs. © Education Unlimited Corp.; 
2Nov71; C25964. 
Frontiersmen. 6 v. 6 scripts. 
© Education Unlimited Corp . ; 
28Dec71; C26249- 
Modern math concepts. 1 v. Twenty- 
three scripts. © Education Unlim- 
ited Corp.; 280ct71; C25938. 
U.S. Geography.. 18 v. 18 tape 
recording scripts. © Education 
Unlimited Corp.; 260ct71; C25926. 

EDUCATIONAL CONCEPTS, INC. 

Modern mathematics program; 1-2. 

1 v. 10 filmstrip scripts. © Edu- 
cational Concepts, Inc.; 270ct71; 
C25934 . 

EDUCATIONAL ENTERPRISES. 

Biological potpourri. See LEWIS, 

ROBERT T. 
Desk top science experiments. See 

LEWIS, ROBERT T. 
A number of thoughts about numbers. 

See LEWIS, ROBERT T. 



EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES. 
Algebra. See GRAY, ALLAN W. 

EDWARDS, ERNEST ELMER. 

The Pocohontas of the West; a history 
of the Cherokee people. 1 v. 
A play in 15 acts. © Ernest Elmer 
Edwards; l4jul71; DU80770. 

EDWARDS, OERALDl:fE A. 

The long odds; a play in three acts 
by Gerr 56 1. 

© Geraldine A. Edwards; 26Hov71; 
DU81869. 
Salad days; a play in three acts by 
Gerry Edwards. 42 1 . @ Geraldine A. 
Edwards; 7Sep71; DU81230. 

EDWARDS, MARY DOUGLAS. 

Another look at Picasso's Girl before 
a mirror. 22 1. © Mary Douglas 
Edwards; 260ct71; C25927 . 

EGAN, JENNY, pseud. See MCGONIGLE, ANN. 
EGAN, MICHAEL. 

Frederick Douglass. See BURGHARDT, 
ARTHUR. 



EGLASH, ALBERT. 

Beyond the drug crisis: a parent-teen 
dialog; or, Turning drug-users onto 
life. 19 1- A play. © Albert 
Eglash; l7Dec71; DU82029. 

EISENBERG, LARRY N. 

Catonsville act. 60 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Larry Eisenberg; 23Dec71; 
DU81906. 

EISENBERG, PHYLLIS. 

I'm I, Q. 11 1. A play. © Phyllis 
Eisenberg; 150ct71; DU81548. 

EISENSTEIN, SERGEI MIKHAILOVTCH. 

Ivan the Terrible. New York [appl. 
states: United Kingdom] Simon & 
Schuster. 264 p. (Classic film 
scripts) Three parts. Translation 
of Ivan le Terrible. Appl. author: 
Lorrimer Publishers, Ltd., employer 
for hire. © on English translation 
& description of the action; 
Lorrimer Publishers, Ltd. (in 
notice: Lorrimer Publishing, Ltd.); 

EISMAN, MARK EDWARD. 

Fix; a historic musical saga of the 
1950's. 51 1. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Mark E. Eisman: 
120ct71; DU81352. 



EKULONA, ADEMOLA, pseud. See FLOYD, 
RONALD E. 

EL. See KEMPF, ELINOR V. 

EL, LEATRICE, pseud. See EMERUWA, 
LEATRICE W. 

ELDER, HUGH M. 

The sad, sad, saga of Miss Priasta 
Moonglow and other plays. 1 v. 
Six plays. © Hugh M. Elder; 19Aug71; 
DU8IIO8. 

ELDRIDGE, JAMES LOWELL. 

Was it worth it all? 8 1. A play. 
© James L. Eldridge; 12Nov71; 
DU81765 . 

ELIOT, GEORGE. 

Silas. See DAVIS, JAMES HOWARD. 

ELIZONDO, MARTIN. 

The evil bull rides again (Otra vez 
el mal toro) A translation by 
Mary Ann D. Perez. 78 1. A play 
in 1 act. © Mary Ann D. Perez; 
40ct71; DU81277. 

ELLEY, MICHAEL. 

Home free. See BENOIT, GORDON A. 



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ELLIOTT, JAMES S. 

Operation emerging Venus; suggested by 
Costas Triandafylidis' story of the 
same title. 1st draft, Jan. 15, 
I960. 1 v. Screenplay. © James S. 
Elliott; 23Sep71; DU81568. 

ELLIS, CATHERINE J. 

My father's butcher shop; book by 
Daniel J. D'Alesio, music & lyrics 
by Catherine J. Ellis. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Catherine J. Ellis & Daniel 
J. D'Alesio, Jr.; I40ct71; DU81444 . 

ELLIS, DOROTHY M. 

A very sentimental day; a musical; 
music by Cal Hayes, lyrics by 
Dorothy M. Ellis & Cal Hayes. 95 1. 
Two acts. Book «■ lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 6Mar6l, 
DU52729. NM: revision. © Dorothy 
M. Ellis; 5Aug71; DU80911. 

EXSBERG, THOMAS ROSS GILBERT. 
Five cents worth of Indian. See 
BOTHAM, ARTHUR. 

ELSTON, ROBERT. 

Run children run. See KEITH, WILLIAM 
HARVEY. 

ELSWIT, MICHAEL DAVTD. 

Pirate Alfred; a full-length feature 
film script. 109 1. © Michael 
Elswit; 70ct71; DU81496. 

EMERUWA, LEATRICE W. 

Black magic - anyone? Or, Give me 
that ole time religion. An histori- 
cal-morality play with rituals for 
black salvation, by Leatrice El, 
pseud. 23 1. © Leatrice W. 
Emeruwa; 9Aug71; DU81OI5. 
Teaching reading to the inner-city 
child. 11 1. Lecture. © Leatrice 
W. Emeruwa; 9Aug71; C25586. 

ENGLAND, BARRY. 

Conduct unbecoming; a play. London, 
New York, S. French. 80 p. 
(French's acting edition) Three 
acts. © Barry England; 10May71; 
DF0-1845. 

SPSTEIN, JULIUS J. 

But, seriously; a play in two acts. 
New York, S. French. 75 p. 
© Julius J. Epstein; 100ct69; 
DP7807. 

ERMAN, IRMA C. 

A second in history (A monument for 
peace) Drama. 1 v. Four acts. 
Includes German lyrics for 8 songs. 
£ Irma C. Erman; 2Nov71; DU81835 . 

ERNOTTE, ANDRE. 

The countess; a fantasy with music; 
translated by Julie O'Keefe, 
written in collaboration with 
Mary John. 1st revised translation, 
Mar. 20, 1971. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. Book only. © Andre Ernotte, 
Julie O'Keefe & Mary John; 5Aug71; 
378. 

ERNST, D. F. 

Why Greenwood dies; a three-act play. 
87 1. Includes lyrics for 1 song. 
© D. F. Ernst; 130ct71; DU81537. 

ERTEGUN, JAN HOLM. 

Our hero; a new one act play by Jan 
Holm. 33 1- © Jan Holm; 17Jan72; 
DU82076. 

ESPINOSA, JOSE ANTONIO. 

The devil and the sky above. 3 1. 
A play. © Jose Antonio Espinosa; 
9Aug71; DU81025. 

ESOUIRE, INC. CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL 
FILMS. See CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL 
FILMS. 



ESSER, CARL. 

Neighbors; an East River anthology. 
1 v. Two acts. With lyrics. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1969, 
DU77O03. NM: additions, ■a A More 
Perfect Onion Pub.; '!Nov71- 
DU81597. 

ESSEX, HARRY. 

Cast the first rock. See PEL0S0, 
SAMUEL. 

ESTABR00K, HOWARD. 

Love from Venus; dramatic composition. 
33 1. © Howard Estabrook; 13Dec71; 
DU81849 . 

ETHERIDGE, THELMA E. 

What time is it; by Elaine Charity, 
pseud. 22 1. A screenplay. 
Includes music for 1 song. 
© Thelma E. Etheridge; lOAuftfl: 
DU80858. 

EULO, KEN. 

Blood of the puppet; a screenplay by 
Ken Eulo & David Fulford. 96 1. 
© Ken Eulo & David Fulford; 13Aug71; 
DU81048. 



EULO, KEN. See EULO, KENNETH R. 

EULO, KENNETH R. 

The Melar massacre; or, Will the real 
Captain Madarro please stand up? 
A war fable in three acts by Ken 
Eulo. 1 v. © Kenneth R. Eulo; 
2Sep71; DU81213. 

EVANS, LUTHER. 

Bo-Lily; a play. 99 1. Four acts. 
© Luther Evans; 23Aug71; DU81132. 
A letter from Jonas; a play. 119 1. 
Three acts. © Luther Evans; 
10Nov71; DU81744. 

EVANS, STANLEY. 

Take it from here. See ZUPA, JOHN. 

EVERSON, RICHARD K. 

The events at Garabandal. 22 1. 
© Richard K. Everson; 19Nov71; 
C26152. 

EVREINOV, NICOLAI. 

Styopik and Manya (Styopik: Manyuroch- 
ka) A comedy in one act; translated 
by Christopher Collins. 17 1. 
£ Christopher Collins; 6Dec71; 
DU81839 ■ 
EWAZEN, ERIC. 

Apocalypse; by Eric Ewazen & Fred 
Krazeise, Jr. 2 v. A musical 
play in 2 parts . © Eric Erazen & 
Fred J. Krazeise, Jr.; I4jul71; 
DU80772. 

EXUMA, pseud. See MCKAY, TONY. 
EZILIE, pseud. See FAATZ, KITTY. 



FAATZ, KITTY. 

Have you seen Sunshine? A musical 
drama by Ezilie, pseud. 1 v. Three 
acts. Book only. © Kitty Faatz; 
150ct71; DU81361. 

FAIRCHILD, WILLIAM. 

Poor Horace; a play. London, 
S. French. 74 p. (French's 
acting edition) Two acts. 
© Anglo Bahamian Bank, Ltd . ; 
20Aug70; DF2114. 

FAIRSERVTS, WALTER A., JR. 

The Josiah legend; a play in two acts. 
1 v. © Walter A. Fairservis, Jr.; 
260ct71; DU81613. 

FALCO, RALPH. 

The Garfield nude. See LINSENMANN, 
GEORGE W. 



FAMILY ENRICHMENT BUREAU. 

The Christian as a person. See 

T00MAN, CHARLES L. 
Layman and pastor, a dialogue. See 

STEINMETZ, URBAN G. 
Marriage, are you serious. See 
STEINMETZ, URBAN G. 

FANTE, DANNY. 

Smoke. Chap. 1-20. 1 v. © Danny 
Fante; 8Nov71; DU81719. 

FARBER, THOMAS DAVID. 

Brothers' keepers. Draft 1, Aug. 1, 
1971. 272 1. Screenplay. O Thomas 
David Farber; 23Sep71; DU81388. 

FARMER, JAMES A., JR. 

Chartering scale to provide evidences 
of accountability. Sheet. 
© James A. Farmer, Jr.; I40ct71; 
C2&693. 

FARRUGGIO, SALVATORE G. 

Equal justice for all; a new teleplay 
by Thomas George, pseud. 158 1. 
Three acts. © Salvatore G. 
Farruggio; 9Nov71; DU81707. 

FAVTCCHIO, JOHN. 

The roof does not leak; a drama in 
3 acts. 99 1. © John Favicchio; 
260c t71; DU81609. 
FAWCETT PUBLICATIONS, INC. 

Black drama in America. See TURNER, 
DARWIN T., ed. 

FEDDER, NORMAN J. 

Earp! A musical play in two acts. 

91 1. Book & lyrics only. © Norman 
J. Fedder; 22Nov71; DU81650. 

FEDERMAN, ROSALYNE. 

Poor old world, we love you anyway. 
See HOFFERT, PAUL. 

FEELY, TERENCE. 

Who killed Santa Claus? A play. Lon- 
don, New York, S. French. 62 1. 
(French's acting edition) Two acts. 
© Lizter Literary Projects, Ltd.; 
Uan71; DF2097. 

FEIFFER, JULES. 

Carnal knowledge; a screenplay. 

New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 
117 P- Appl. authors: Avco Embassy 
Pictures Corp. & Icarus Productions, 
Inc., employers for hire. © on 
text; Avco Embassy Pictures Corp. & 
Icarus Productions, Inc.; 7Sep71; 
A271644. 

FEILBERT, EDWARD ALLEN. 

The French they are a funny race: the 
boy on the pot. See GREEN, ERIC 
MAWBY. 

FEINGOLD, MICHAEL E. 

When we dead awaken. See IBSEN, 
HENRIK. 

FEIST, MILTON. 

Brief candle. See MAYER, WILLIAM. 

FELDMAN, MILDRED L. BOS. 

The gentleman called Old Rough and 
Ready. 69 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Mildred L. Bos Feldman; 15Nov71; 
DU81772. 

FELDMAN, SANFORD. 

The hidden glow; screenplay by Robert 
Sanford, pseud. 33 1. Five acts. 
© Sanford Feldman; 30Dec71; DU82116. 

FELLERS, LANNY R. 

The field. See RICHARDSON, CLEVE 

ALLEN. 
;ranby. 174 1. A screenplay. 
© Lanny R. Fellers; 290ct71; 
DU81640 . 

FELLINI, FEDERICO. 
Early screenplays; translated from the 
Italian by Judith Green. Variety 
lights; The white sheik. New York, 
Grossman Publishers. 198 p. (An 



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FELLINI, PEDERICO.-Con. 
Early screenplays. -Con. 
Orion Press book) Appl. author: 
Grossman Publishers, employer for 
hire. © on translation: Grossman 
Publishers; 25May71; A249101. 

FELLNER, CHRISTOPHER ALLYN. 

Terrorized; original story & screen- 
play by Chris Fellner. 152 1- 
© Chris Fellner; 29Jul71; DU80922. 

FELTENSTEIN, ARLENE. 

The new Mother Goose. See 
FELTENSTEIN, GEORGE. 

FELTENSTEIN, GEORGE. 

The new Mother Goose; by George 
Feltenstein & Arlene Feltenstein. 
1 v. A musical play. © George 
Feltenstein & Arlene Feltenstein; 
26Jul71; DU81002. 

FENNEBERG, HARRY GUSTAVE. 

The school for wives. See MOLIERE, 
JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 

FERGUSSON, DONALD MALCOLM. 

The story of Real-T-Rama; a dramatic 
work by Don Fergusson. 16 1. 
© Don Fergusson; 10Aug71; DU81031. 

FERLAINE, JOHN A. 

Rap three. 43 1. Television play. 
© John A. Ferlaine; 22Dec71; DU82066 . 

FERLITA, ERNEST, S.J. 

The drum major; a passion play in 
three acts. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as The protest, i960, 
DU79953. NM: title & revisions. 
©Ernest Ferlita, S.J.; 6Dec71; 
DU81945 . 

FERNANDEZ, DANIEL. 

The loves of Schopenhauer; a comedy 
in 3 acts. 100 1. © Daniel 
Fernandez; 8Dec71; DU8195I. 

FERRARA, JOSEPH WILLIAM. 

Description and explanation of a 
verbal interaction recorder. 
2 sheets. Lecture. © Joseph William 
Ferrara; 19Jul71; C25647 . 

FIALLO, DELIA. 

Lisa, mi amor. 114 v. Scripts for 
television plays. © Delia Fiallo; 
27Sep71; DU8l401. 
Rosario. 123 v. Scripts for 

television plays. © Delia Fiallo; 
27Sep71; DU81402. 
La Senorita Elena. 288 v. Scripts 
for television plays. © Delia 
Fiallo; 27Sep71; DU"8l400. 

FIELD, GAYLE L. 

The six circle drive; a screenplay 
by Tan David, pseud. 32 1. 
© Gayle L. Field; 29Jul71; DU80924. 

FIELD, GAYLE LYNNE. 

Miss Anne; a screenplay by G. L. Field. 
100 1. © Gayle L. Field; 19Jul71; 
DU80802. 

FILLINGER, JOHAN. 

Peer Gynt. See IBSEN, HENRIK. 

FINKELSTEIN, ELINOR FUCHS . 

A matter of history; by Elinor Fuchs & 
Joyce de Terra. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Elinor Fuchs Finkelstein fr 
Joyce de Terra Antler; 70ct71; 
DU81498. 

FINN, LINDA JOAN. 

And then the king's men. 61 1. 
A play in 3 acts . © Linda Joan 
Finn; 5Aug71; DU81052. 

FIORY, HEDY. 

Sing! But know how. 10 1. © Hedy 
Fiory; 200ct71; C26098. 



FIRARI, HARVEY. 

The party; a comedy in two parts. 1 v. 
© Harvey Firari; 25Aug71; DU81149- 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, 
BOSTON. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. See 
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

FIRTH, GORDON 

Crash helmet; a play. 1 v. Eleven 
scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
24jun69, DU75096. NM: additions. 
© Gordon Firth; 27Jul71; DU80902. 

FISCHER, E. IVY. 

King Lord; a play. 1 v. Two acts. 
© E. Ivy Fischer; 27Aug71; DU81176. 

FISCHER, LYNN HENRY. 

Human sexual evolution. 6 1. 
Lecture. © Lynn Henry Fischer; 
9Sep71; C25682. 
Sexual equations of electricity, 
magnetism & gravitation; expressed 
as a lecture. 5 1. © Lynn Henry 
Fischer; 24Aug71; C25640. 

FISCHOFF, GEORGE. 

Savage light; a theatrical drama freely 
drawn from the life of Paul Gauguin, 
the French artist. 103 1. 
© George Flschoff; 22Jul71; DU80835. 

FISHER, JAMES HERSCHEL, JR. 

The wind players; a fantasy in two 
acts about musicians, with a few 
serious overtones, by Jim Fisher. 
1 v. © James Herschel Fisher, Jr.; 
l6Sep71; DU81329. 



FITCH, KENNETH W., JR. 

One for the ring; by Ken Fitch. 

21 1. A play. © Kenneth W. Fitch, 
Jr.; 15Jul71; DU80787. 



FITZGERALD, GERALDINE. 



±T£WKAL,U, liM,KALD±Wt, 

E*v*e*r*y*m*a*n and roach. 
JONATHAN, BROTHER, O.S.F. 



See 



FIZER, JOHN. 

Selected tragedies. See SUMAROKOV, 
ALEKSANDR PETROVTCH. 

FLANDERS, ALDEN B. 

Liver. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. 
© Alden B. Flanders; 19Jul71; 
DU80806 . 

FLEISHER, ADOLPH. 

Arise, new world; an original story & 
screenplay written by Bud Fleisher. 
108 1. © Adolph Fleisher; 12Aug71; 
DU81044 . 

FLEMING, AMA GIESTA. 

The emergence; a western folk opera. 
46 1. Four acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 13Mar70, 76511- NM: 
additions. © Company Theatre 
Foundation; 27Aug71; DU81172. 

FLEMING, BILLY CONN. 

Dinner on the ground; a play. 100 1. 

© Conn Fleming; HAug71; DU81034. 
The keeper of the John; a one-act 
monologue. 9 1- © Conn Fleming; 
HAug71; DU8lll6. 

FLICKER, OTTO KARL ENGELBERT. 

The expansion of a plant and manufac- 
turing facility; recording script of 
a lecture. 14 1. © Otto Karl 
Engelbert Flicker; 15Nov71; C25945- 

FLINN, MICHAEL JOHN SIMON. 

The heritage of a busybody. See 
IRIE, TOMOYASU. 

FLO. See KELLER, FLORENCE J. 

FLOM, LEONARD. 

Suggestions for the promotion and 
sale of Dristan. 13 1. © Marlen 
Enterprises, Inc.; 12Apr71; C25549. 



TV roulette. 7 1. © Marlen Enter- 
prises, Inc.; l8Nov71; C26159. 

FLOWERS, CURTIS. 

And they all went out to play. See 
RIZZO, JEFFREY. 

FLOYD, CARLISLE. 

Of mice and men; a musical drama in 
three acts after the novel 5- play by 
John Steinbeck. Hew York, Belwln- 
Mills Pub. Corp. 206 p. Vocal 
score. © Belwin-Mills Pub. Corp.; 
l4oct71; DP7819. 

FLOYD, RONALD E. 

Last hot summer; a play in three 
scenes by Ademola Ekulona, pseud. 
27 1. © Ronald E. Floyd & Shirley A. 
Floyd; 2Sep71; Db'81215 . 

FLOYD, SHIRLEY A. 
Last hot summer. 
RONALD E. 



See FLOYD, 



FLUGAUR, FLORENCE, ed . 

Plays and creative dramatics; for 
teachers in kindergarten and the 
primary grades. Illus. by Jane 
Conteh-Morgan. Minneapolis, Mine 
Publications. 34 p. Appl. author: 
Mine Publications, Inc. ©Mine 
Publications, Inc., a subsidiary of 
Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc.; 
lApr71; A268584. 

FLYNN, CHARLOTTE J. 

Something that matters. See FLYHN, 
DONALD R. 

FLYNN, DONALD R. 

Something that matters; a comedy in two 
acts by Don Flynn. 2d draft. 1 v. 
© Donald R. Flynn & Charlotte J. 
Flynn; 5Nov71; DU81696. 

FOCUS NOVII, pseud. 

Scotophobia: fear of the dark! By 
Focus Novii, pseud, of William 
Wiggins & Patrick Lanier. 2 v. 
A musical play. © William Wiggins & 
Patrick Lanier; 120ct71; DU81514. 

FORBES, ESTHER. 

Bilby's doll. See ADAMS, LEE. 
FORD, FORD MADOX. 

The good soldier. See MCPHEE, 
FRANCES HARGRAVE. 

FORD, GILL, pseud. See 
JONES, ROBERT GUILFORD. 

FORD, JOE TAYLOR. 

Hitler; an original play. 179 1. 
Four acts. © Joe Taylor Ford; 
l4oct71; DU81602. 

FORD, KENNETH R. 

Pinocchio. See WHITELEGG, VICKI A. 

FORD, LEE, pseud. See MECKES, DAN. 

FORD, ROBERT C. 

The far side of darkness; an original 
screenplay. 102 1. © Robert C. 
Ford; 30Nov71; DU81891. 

Le mauvais tour; an original screen- 
play. 87 1. Six acts. © Robert C. 
Ford; 30Jul71; DU80939. 

FORDYCE, DIANA DORER. 

Happily after; a new musical in two 
acts; music by Diana Dorer Fordyce, 
book & lyrics by Tom Jaskiewicz. 
2 v. © Tom J. Jaskiewicz & Diana D. 
Fordyce; 29Nov71; DU8189O. 

FORESTER, C. S. 

Hostage. See JACKSON, JOHN. 

FORRESTER, MARK, pseud. See 
WALDHERR, MARK. 

FORSBERG, JOSEPHINE. 

Land of the stage. 15 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Josephine Forsberg; 
23JU171; DU80851. 



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FORTUNE, RAYMOND. 

Khorev. See SUMAROKOV, ALEKSANDR 

PETROVI .' . 
Selected tragedies. See SUMAROKOV, 

ALEKSANDR PETROVJ 

FORTUNE, RICHARD. 

Selected tragedies. See SUMARKOV, 
ALEKSANDR PETROVICH. 



FORTUNE, RICHARD D. 

Hamlet. See SUMAROKOV, ALEKSANDR 

FETROVICH. 
Semira. See SUMAROKOV, ALEKSANDR 
PETROVICH. 

FOSTER, BENJAMIN, 

What it mean? Ons act play bv Ben 
Amee, pseud. 12 1. Benjamin 
Poster, Jr.; 25Aug71; DU81152. 

FOSTER, GEORGE. 

The Jewish American princess. See 
BOOKER, BOB. 

FOSTER, GEORGE JOSEPH. 

Morals and games. 811. A play in 
3 acts. © George Joseph Foster; 
22Jul71; DU80843. 

FOSTER, PAUL. 

Elizabeth 1st; a new play in two acts. 
1 v. © Paul Foster; 120ct71; 
DU81512. 

FOUNTAIN, WILLIAM E. 

Voice unique; recording script by Bill 
Fountain. 91. © Bill Fountain; 
l80ct71; C25869. 

FRAKES, JACK. 

Sally and Sam; a comedy in one act. 
New York, S. French. 34 p. 
© Jack Frakes; l6Aug68; DP7766. 
FRANCIOSA, TONY. 

A foolish expedient. See WISNEKI, 
NORBERT. 

FRANCIS, A. R., pseud. See KUHLMANN, 
SUSAN. 



FRANCIS, JERE R. 

I coulda been a hit on the radio; 
words & music. 3 1. © Jere R. 
Francis; 8Sep71; C25641. 

FRANCISCAN COMMUNICATIONS CENTER. 
Kitty aspirin. See WROBLESKI, 
EDWARD D. 
Why didn't you. See WROBLESKI, 
EDWARD D. 

FRANCK, FREDERICK. 

Everyman today; a play for the dark 
ages. 38 1. © Frederick Franck; 
2§Jul71; DU80979- 

FRANCO, ELAINE. 

Up from ribbery; a dramatization of 
the history of the women's rights 
movement in the United States. 64 1. 
Two acts. Based on portions of 
History of woman suffrage. NM: dra- 
matization, revision & additions. 
© Elaine Franco; l6Sep71; DU81601. 

FRANK, JOHN. 

The exciters: The John Roberts ring 
program. Script. 1 v. © John 
Roberts, Inc.; 20Sep71; C25709. 

FRANK, RICHARD, pseud. See 
ROBERTS, RICHARD ?■■ . 

FRANK, SIDNEY A. 

The sales call. 14 1. A play. 

:_dney A. Frank; lDec71; DU81920. 
Where do we put Abner Bayles? 13 1. 
A Dlav. Sidney A. Frank; 
lDec71; DU81923. 

FRANKEN, ROSE. 

The wing; a comedy-drama in two acts. 
1 v. Appl. ti.: The wind. S Rose 
Franken; HAug71; DU8l03^ . 



FRANKLIN, ANN R. 
Four fantastic din: 
BY STEP. 



See STEP 



FRANKLIN, HAROLD. 

General Moses; a play in one act about 
a black American, Harriet Tubman. 
New York, Youth Discovers. Folder. 
larold Franklin; 4jan71; A245777. 

FRANKONIS, WILLIAM A. 

Sweet sieep for Uncle Charles. 1 v. 

A play in 3 acts. .11 am A. 

konis; 10Nov71; DU81738. 

FRANZ EN, JOHN. 

Still falling; by Nancy Walter, music 
by John Franzen. 1 v. A musical 
play. © John Franzen & Nancy Walter; 
7Sep71; DU81240. 

FRASER, VICKI. See WHITELEGG, VTCKI A. 

FRAUEN, LAWRENCE RODGER. 

Instant replay at the O.K. corral, by 
L. Rodger Frauen. 1 v. Screenplay. 
© L. Rodger Frauen; 23JU171; DU8085O. 

FRAZIER, RICHARD- JAMES. 

The glass rose; and Wednesdays. 
A play composed of two one-acts. 

1 v. © Richard- James Frazier; 
3Sep71; DU81222. 

FREEDMAN, HARRIS. 

I'd prefer not to. 73 1- A play. 
© Harris Freedman; 5Aug71; DU81064. 

FREEMAN, ALICE M. 

Right on! 2 sheets. Monolog. 

© Alice M. Freeman; 12Aug71; C25593- 

FREEMAN, CHAPPELLE, JR. 

White-out; a screenplay by Chap 
Freeman. 103 1. © Chappelle 
Freeman, Jr.; 22Nov71; DU81824. 

FREEMAN, ROY. 

Alice the alphawitch and her apple; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 

2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; INovYl; C25895- 

The alphabet rope from A to Z; side 1 
by Roy Freeman & Richard Polsky, 
side 2 by Ken Roberts. 2 sheets. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
General Learning Corp., employer for 
hire. © Children's Television Work- 
shop; 1NOV71; C25881. 

Ape, open balloon, and bicycle bear; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25°o2. 

Baskets and boxes all along the wall; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25899. 

A bear's bee count adds up to trouble; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 3 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
General Learning Corp., employer for 
hire. © Children's Television Work- 
shop; INovYl; C25914. 

The clipper's cargo and the kitchen 
kitten; side 1 by Roy Freeman v 
Richard Polsky, side 2 by Ken 
Roberts. 2 sheets. Recording 
script. Appl. author: General 
Learning Corp., employer for hire. 
© Children's Television Workshop; 
1Nov71; C25898. 



Count down for the rocket; side 1 by 
Roy Freeman & Richard Polsky, side 2 
by Ken Roberts. 2 sheets. Record- 
ing script. Appl. author: General 
learning Corp., employer for hire. 
© Children's Television Workshop; 
1Nov71; C25907. 
Count up for the rocket; side 1 by Roy 
Freeman 5: Richard Polsky, side 2 by 
Ken Roberts. 2 sheets. Recording 
script. Appl. author: General 
Learning Corp., employer for hire. 
© Children's Television Workshop; 
1Nov71; C25911. 
Counting down from ten and back up 
again; side 1 by Roy Freeman 
Richard Polsky, side 2 by Ken 
Roberts. 2 sheets. Recording 
script. Appl. author: General 
Learning Corp., employer for hire. 
© Children's Television Workshop; 
1Nov71; C25910. 
D. Dudley, the umbrella, and the mall- 
boy; side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25890. 
Digby and Dudley learning about D 
and J; side 1 by Roy Freeman & 
Richard Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25892. 
An egg, a cat, and a lunchbox; side l 
by Roy Freeman & Richard Polsky, 
side 2 by Ken Roberts. 2 sheets. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
General Learning Corp., employer for 
hire. © Children's Television Work- 
shop; INovYl; C25883. 
Eleven to twenty and eleventh to 
twentieth; side 1 by Roy Freeman & 
Richard Polsky, side 2 by Ken 
Roberts. 2 sheets. Recording 
script. Appl. author: General 
Learning Corp., employer for hire. 
© Children's Television Workshop; 
1Nov71; C25909. 
Fishing for letters from alphabet dock; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25879- 
The frog, the train, and the magic 
radio; side 1 by Roy Freeman & 
Richard Polsky, side 2 by Ken 
Roberts. 2 sheets. Recording 
script. Appl. author: General 
Learning Corp., employer for hire. 
© Children's Television Workshop; 
lNov71; C25893. 
The goat, the fly, and the Jack-in-the- 
box; side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25880. 
The horse, the mouse, and the butter- 
fly; side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71j C25904. 
Ice cream, the valley, and a yo-yo; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25889. 
Ladder Louie, television, and a gorilla; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman 5: Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. S Children's 
Television Workshop; H.'ov71; C25WHB. 



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FREEMAN, ROY. -Con. 
Learning not to leap on a lying 
leopard; side 1 by Roy Freeman & 
Richard Polsky, side 2 by Ken 
Roberts. 2 sheets. Recording 
script. Appl. author: General 
Learning Corp., employer for hire. 
© Children's Television Workshop; 
lNov71; C25900. 
Oglethorpe 0. Ormsby and his extra 0; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 3 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
General Learning Corp., employer for 
hire. © Children's Television Work- 
shop; 1Nov71; C25896. 
One to ten and first to tenth; side 1 
by Roy Freeman & Richard Polsky, 
side 2 by Ken Roberts. 2 sheets. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
General Learning Corp., employer for 
hire. © Children's Television Work- 
shop; 1Nov71; C25908. 
One to ten with the one-man band; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25912. 
The pin, the N-crow, and the violin; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; INovYl; C25887. 
The proud pirate and the fortunate 
fish; side 1 by Roy Freeman & 
Richard Polsky, side 2 by Ken 
Roberts. 2 sheets. Recording 
script. Appl. author: General 
Learning Corp., employer for hire. 
© Children's Television Workshop; 
INovYl; 02589^. 
A puppy in the park and the useful U; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25897. 
The rooster robber and Mister Q; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25884. 
The sad, sad tale of ten greeblies; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25905. 
A silly story and naughty Nickie; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman Sc Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. J 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
General Learning Corp., employer for 
hire. © Children's Television Work- 
shop; 1Nov71; C25901. 
Sing a song of letters from A through L; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25902. 
Sing a song of letters from M through Z; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman 8c Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25903. 
Singing and counting from one to ten; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25906. 



The snake, the worm, and the hole; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman Ic Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25886. 

T is for toys, tigers, tops, teeth, 
and Texas; side 1 by Roy Freeman & 
Richard Polsky, side 2 by Ken 
Roberts. 2 sheets. Recording 
script. Appl. author: General 
Learning Corp., employer for hire. 
© Children's Television Workshop; 
1Nov71; C25891. 

Taking an elevator to the tenth floor; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25913. 

A zipper, a kitten, and an x-ray; 
side 1 by Roy Freeman & Richard 
Polsky, side 2 by Ken Roberts. 
2 sheets. Recording script. Appl. 
author: General Learning Corp., 
employer for hire. © Children's 
Television Workshop; 1Nov71; C25885. 

FREESE, HAROLD W. 

Twice upon a time, by Hal Freese. 
1 v. A musical play in 11 scenes. 
© Harold W. Freese; HAug71; 
DU8ll43. 

FRENCH, JOHN P. 

Friend of the family; a play in one 
act. 52 1. © John P. French; 
15Nov71; DU81769. 

FRENCH, ROBERT. 

Keep your shirt on, Buster. See 

HEILBUT, FRANCIS L. 

FRENCH (SAMUEL) INC. 

For the defense. See REACH, JAMES. 
The grate hero. See HAUBOLD, 

CLEVE. 
Kiss me quick, I'm double-parked. 

See KIRKPATRICK, JOHN. 
She was a lazy witch. See 

KIRKPATRICK, JOHN. 

FRENCH (SAMUEL) LTD. 

The doll and the -marquis. See 

CRUDEN, THOMAS. 
Good-bye, Susan. See EAST, DONALD. 
The hobby-horse. See ROBERTS, DON. 
In need of care. See ROWLEY, DAVID E. 
The lucky one. See EAST, DONALD. 
Maria Marten. See COX, CONSTANCE. 
Marilou meets the dragon. See 

KURANI, DAVID. 
A message for madame . See VITES, 

CHARLES . 
The nativity. See BLACK, ANGELA. 
The nine fathers. See BONNET, 

LESLIE. 
Once upon a seashore. See EAST, 

DONALD. 
Robert of Sicily. See WOOD, 

MARGARET. 
There's always spring. See LOVEGR0VE, 

ARTHUR. 
The tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra. 

See SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 
Trap. See HYNAM, JOHN. 

FRIEDMAN, BRUCE JAY. 

Steambath; a play. New York, Knopf. 
97 p. Two acts. © Bruce Jay 
Friedman; 22Feb71; DF7803 . 

FRIEDMAN, EVELYN L. 

For dear life; by Eve Friedman & 
Helene Dworzan. 6l 1. A screen- 
play. © Evelyn L. Friedman & 
Helene Dworzan; 22Jul71; DU80840. 

FRIEDMAN, JOEL. 

The tribe of 0; a free adaptation of 
Sophocles' Oedipus. 57 1. A play. 
© Joel Friedman; Uul71; DU80667. 



FRIEDMAN, R. M. I 

The avalanche; a play. «3 1. 

Willabald Productions; 231Iov71; 
DU81851. I 

Skool daze: The American institutional 
myth. 88 1. A musical play in 
2 acts. Book 8: lyrics only. 
© Willabald Productions; 7Dec71; 
DU81777 • 
Uptown traffic; a play & -incidental 
music. 51 1. One act. ©Willabald 
Productions; 290ct71; DU81638. 

FRIENDSHIP PRESS, INC. 

The second coming of Mrs. C. See 

hale, allea;: lemmon. 
frisby, terence. 

The bandwagon. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Terence Frisby; 260ct71; DU01693. 

FRITZ, GERALD. 

The anniversary. 98 1- A sc £ e S2 pl& ' 
© Gerald Fritz; 29!fov71; DU8IB05. 

FROST, LARRY NORMAN. 

Transylvanial 20 1. A musical 
screenplay. Book 5: lyrics only. 
© Larry Morman Frost; l6Aug71; 

DU808? , i. 

FRUEHLING, ROSEMARY. 

Instructional recordings for Typing 
75, advanced. Lessons 76-150. 
Text by Lloyd, Rowe & Winger, 
script by Fruehling. 1 v. Tape, 
recording scripts. ©McGraw-Hill, 
Inc.; 260ct71; C25822. 

FRUET, WILLIAM. 

Rip-off. 1 v. Screenplay. © Phoenix 
Film Productions, Ltd.; 19Jul71; 
DU80988. 

FRY, CHRISTOPHER. 

Peer Gynt. See IBSEN, HENRDC. 
A yard of sun; a summer comedy. 

New York, Oxford University Press. 
113 p. Two acts. © Christopher 
Fry; 9Jul70; DP7809. 

FUCHS, ELINOR. See 

FINKELSTEIN, ELINOR FUCHS. 

FULF0RD, DAVID. 

Blood of the puppet. See EUL0, KEN. 

FULLER, CHARLES H., JR. 

In my many names and days; a family 
record in a seven play cycle. 1 v. 
Contents: Emma. — Sarah love, sweet 
Sarah love. — Wednesday. — The sunflow- 
er majorette. — The game. — All's fair. 
— First love. © Charles H. Fuller, 
Jr.; l8Aug71; DU8l4 24-81430. 

FULLER., HARRY J. 

The spark of his fire. See MENGES, 

EVELYN SWEDLUND. 
FULLER, LORENZO. 

Speed gets the Poppys; or, The Poppys 

get Speed. Book by Lila Levant, 

music & lyrics by Lorenzo Fuller. 1 v. 

A musical play in 9 scenes. 

© Lila Levant & Lorenzo Fuller; 

17NOV71; DU81786. 

FUN LEARN CO. 

The vocabulary builder. Series 2. 
1 v. Cassette script. © Fun Learn 
Co.; 26Nov71; C26053- 

FUR0NES, CLAUDE EMILE. 

Regardless; a tragic farce for our 
time; screenplay. 117 1. © Claude 
Emile Furones; 17Aug71; DU81090. 
FURTH, GEORGE. 

Company. See S0NDHEIM, STEPHEN. 



G 



GAP CORP. PERFECT PHOTO. See 
PERFECT PHOTO, INC. 



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141 



GTE SYLVANIA, INC. 

Welcome to GTE Sylvania; an orienta- 
tion filmstrip for new employees. 
21 1. © GTE Sylvania, Inc.; 1Nov71; 
C25932. 

GABINETE DE PROMOCION EXTERIOR DE RADIO 
Y TELEVISION ESPANOLA. See RADIO Y 
TELEVISION ESPANOLA. GABINETE DE 
PROMOCION EXTERIOR. 

GABRIEL, HOWARD WAYNE, III. 

The perceived needs of the aged. See 
HORTON, EUGENE KEITH. 



GADDIE, STEVE A. 
A brand new thing. 
GEORGE A. 



See BLACK, 



GALANTE, M. CHRISTINA. 

The heart of a dog; a screenplay. 
55 l. © M. Christina Galante; 
l8Nov71; DU81789. 

GALBRAITH, JOHN KENNETH. 

The triumph. See ODZE, MEYER. 

GALE, THOMAS. 

For sale. See THORNE, JOAN VAIL. 

GALEOTE, MARIO, JR. 

El principe ermitano. 25 1. A play. 
© Mario Galeote, Jr.; 280ct71; 
DU8163O. 

GALLIMARD, EDITIONS. 

C'etait hier. See PINTER, HAROLD. 
Heliogabale. See MOINOT, PIERRE. 
Melodrame. See SILVAIN, PIERRE. 
La separation. See CAZENEUVE, 

MAURICE. 
Theatre I. See CRAYONCOURT, 

MARGUERITE . 
Theatre II. See YOURCENAR, MARGUERITE. 
Treteau de marionnettes. See VALLE- 

INCLAN, RAMON DEL. 

GAMBLE, SIDNEY DAVID, ed. 

Chinese village plays from the Ting 
Hsien region (yang ke hsuan) A 
collection of forty-eight Chinese 
rural plays as staged by villagers 
from Ting Shien in northern China. 
Translated from the Chinese by vari- 
ous scholars after the original 
recordings & edited with a critical 
introd. & explanatory notes. Amster- 
dam, Philo Press. 762 p. NM: trans- 
lation. © Phil Press, C.V.; 
15Mar71 (in notice: 1970); AI-12531. 

GARCIA, ADA B. 

La septima provincia. 5 1. A play. 
© Ada B. Garcia; 22Jul71; DU80984. 

GARCIA, GILBERT. 

New faces, new places; a play in 
three acts by Gil Garcia. 68 1. 
© Gil Garcia; 10Nov71; DU81736. 

GARCIA, JULIO F. 

The flight of the quetzal; a musical 
drama; book by Julio F. Garcia, 
based on an idea by Jesse "Chuy" 
Castro; music & lyrics by Julio F. 
Garcia & Jesse "Chuy" Castro. 2 v. 
Two acts. © Julio Garcia; 27Dec71; 
DU82104 . 

GARCIA, RELOY. 

The boat. 10 1. A play. © Reloy 

Garcia; 60ct71; DU81492. 
Fantasy; a non-play in one act. 
Sheet. © Reloy Garcia; 60ct71; 
DU81491. 

GARDNER, ERLE STANLEY. 

A case for Mason. See MCCLEERY, 
WILLIAM. 

GARDNER, LEE S. 

The constitutional principle of 
government. 10 1. © Lee S. 
Gardner; 22Jul71; C25527. 



A fourth standard for measuring 

governments. 9 1- © L ee S. 

Gardner; 22JU171; C255J2. 
Organized cell societies. 12 1. 

© Lee S. Gardner; 22Jul71; C25529. 
Some thoughts relating to industrial 

governments. 9 1. © Lee S. 

Gardner; 22JU171; C25531. 
Stepping stones to international law. 

13 1. © Lee S. Gardner; 22JU171; 

C25528. 
The threat to our form of government. 

9 1. © Lee S. Gardner; 22Jul71; 

C25530. 

GARDNER, WILLIAM T. 

Safe in New York; a comedy in three 
acts. 1 v. © William T. Gardner; 
20Jul71; DU80829. 
GAREL, LEO. 

American primitive. See GIBSON, 
WILLIAM. 
GARNIER FRERES. 

Theatre complet. See CORNEILLE. 

PIERRE. 
Theatre complet [de] Marivaux. See 
MARIVAUX, PIERRE CARLET DE 
CHAMBLAIN DE. 

GARRETT, CHERYL ANN. 

Falter in difference. See CARR, 
ROGNA. 

GARRETT, GARY MARK. 

Go to the revolution; a film script. 
65 1. © Gary Mark Garrett; 
29Nov71; DU81886. 

GARVEY, JOHN PATRICK. 

The war machines; an. original screen- 
play. 143 1. © John Patrick Garvey; 
6Dec71; DU81943. 

GARWELL, ROBERT P. 

Requiem for rosebud; a play in two 
acts; script «• song lyrics by Jerry 
Holt, music by Bob Garwell. L"' v. 
© Robert P. Garwell 8- Jerry G. Holt; 
I6sep71; DU81195. 

GARZA, BALDEMAR H. 

Slave; a tragi -comedy by Burt Garza. 
26 1. Screenplay. © Burt Garza; 
HAug71; DU80961. 

GATCH, THOMAS L., JR. 

Sort yourselves out; three one-act 
plays. 3 v. Contents: Fraternal 
feeling. — Honor. — Communicate with 
me. © Thomas L. Gatch, Jr.; 
23JU171; DU80856. 

GATERMAN, ABRAHAM. 

The trial of Adam Greer; a play in 
3 acts by A. T. Cole, pseud. 89 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 20Sep66, 
DU67113. NM: new 3d act.. 
© A. T. Cole; 27Sep71; DU81406. 

GATH, JOSEPH. 

Too late. 1 v. Three plays. 

Contents: Flight 806 — What do you 

think — Let's talk first. 

© Joseph Gath; 26Aug71; DU8H65 . 

GAVIN, FREDERICK JOSEPH. 

Journey to the planets, by Fred Gavin. 
29 1. © Frederick Joseph Gavin; 
19Jul71; C25507. 
Sir Klanksalot, by Fred Gavin. 22 1. 
© Frederick Joseph Gavin; 19JU171; 
C25506. 

GEHRI, ALFRED. 

La romance du pauvre Jacques. 1 v. 
A play in 6 scenes. © Alfred 
Gehri; 4Aug71; DU80973- 

GELBART, LARRY. 

Jump; a play. [England] 103 1. 
Appl. author: Chatham Enterprises, 
Inc. © Chatham Enterprises, Inc.; 
31May71; DP7742. 



GELBER, S. MICHAEL. 

Job stands up; the Book of Job edited, 
freshly interpreted & given songs 
for purposes of stage production. 
1 v. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 29Feb68, EU43176. NM: 
additions. © S. Michael Gelber; 
HDec70; DU81063 . 

GENERAL LEARNING CORP. 

For works with General Learning Corp. 
as application author See FREE- 
MAN, ROY. 

GENERAL MOTORS CORP. CHEVROLET MOTOR 
DIVISION. 

Chevrolet heavy-duty truck. See 
HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 
GENERAL MOTORS INSTITUTE. 

How to study effectively. See 
PATTERSON, HARRY. 0. 

GEORGE, THOM RITTER. 

The reclamation; an opera In one act. 
Ann Arbor, University Microfilms 
Library Services. Microfilm. (Doc- 
toral dissertation series) Appl. 
authors : Thorn Ritter George & James 
Edward East. © Thorn Ritter George: 
300ct70; DP7743. 

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON D C 
CENTER FOR STRATEGIC & INTERNATIONAL 
STUDIES . 

The uneasy triangle. See VONDRACEK, 
M. JON. 

GERSHE, LEONARD. 

Butterflies are free. New York, 
Random House. 107 p. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 10Dec69, 
DU75922. © Leonard Gershe; 3Sep70 
(in notice: I969) ; DP7722. 

GERSON, CORINNE. 

The chrysallis stage. 50 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Corinne Gerson; 
30Jul71; DU80942. 

GERSON, NOEL B. 

The eighth wonder; a musical fable; 
book by Noel B. Gerson, music by Bill 
Snyder, lyrics by Stanley Allen 
Baum. 1 v. Book fr lyrics only. 
© Noel B. Gerson; 210ct71; DU81422. 

GERZOG, GEORGE Y. 

The gears have stuck; a dramatic 
sketch in one act. 20 1. 
© George Y. Gerzog; 270ct71; 
DU81627 . 

GHENT, GEORGE. 

A long walk home; original screenplay. 
1st draft. 154 1. © George Ghent; 
4Aug71; DU80975. 

GIACOSA, GIUSEPPE. 

La boheme. See BAILEY, ANNE HOWARD. 

GIBBS, RICHARD EVAN. 

Its only a robbery; a play in one act. 
46 1. © Richard Evan Gibbs; 6Jul71; 
DU80699. 

GIBSON, DAVE. 

A rose, a thorn and an angel. Music 
by Dave Gibson, book & lyrics by 
Maria Sarno. 1 v. A musical 
play in 3 acts . © Maria Sarno & 
Dave Gibson; 9Sep71; DU81271. 

GIBSON, JEWEL. 

Brann and The Iconoclast. 108 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Based on work 
of the same title by Charles Carver. 
© Jewel Gibson; 6Dec71; DU81944. 

GIBSON, ROBERTA JANE. 

The paper dragon; a comedy in three 
acts. 109 1. Appl. ti.: People 
don't eat each other — they only 
nibble. Appl. states prev. reg. 
25Sep70, DU78216. NM: additions &■ 
revisions. © Roberta Gibson; 
26Aug71; DU81028. 



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GIBSON, ROBERTA JANE. -Con. 

People don't eat each other — they 
only nibble; a comedy In two acts. 
113 1. Appl. states prev. reg. Sept. 
1970, DU73216. NM: addition. 
© Roberta Gibson; 9Aug71; DU81022. 

GIBSON, WILLIAM. 

American primitive. (John & Abigail) 
The words of John ft Abigail Adams 
put into a sequence for the theatre 
with addenda in rhyme. Acting ed. 
Dramatists play Service. 61 p. Two 
acts. ©Tamarack Productions, Ltd. 
ft Bessie B. Klein ft Leo Garel as 
Trustees under three separate deeds 
of trust; 27Jul71; DP7734. 

GIESECKE, CARL LUDWIG. 

The magic flute. See SCHIKANEDER, 
EMANUEL. 



GIETEMA, WIM. 

Don't do it, Snowwhite. 
JACK PRESTON. 



See HELD, 



GILBERT, PAUL, pseud. See MAGEE, 
GILBERT RAY. 

GILBERT, SIR ¥ILLIAM SCHWENCK. 

The gondoliers. See CLARK, ISAAC 
EDGAR. 

GILBREATH, W. E. 

East wind at Shallowcreek. 1 v. 
A screenplay in 19 scenes. 
© W. E. (Bill) Gilbreath; 31Jan71; 
DP7797- 

GILKEY, ROYAL CLARENCE. 

The Warren court and proximate ante- 
cedents to its rulings on religion. 
52 1. © Royal Clarence Gilkey; 
I40ct71; C25861. 

GILL, CAROLE STANLEY. 

Gooseberries, by Carole Stanley. 
Downers Grove, 111., Contemporary 
Drama Service. 20 p. Appl. author: 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Arthur Meriwether, 
Inc.; I4jun71; DP7885. 
Ptomaine on the Potomac, by Carole 
Stanley. Downers Grove, 111., Con- 
temporary Drama Service. 23 p. 
Appl. author: Arthur Meriwether, 
Inc . , employer for hire . © Arthur 
Meriwether, Inc.; 13Sep71; DP7878. 

GILL, LOUIS B. 

The now generation. Sheet. A script. 
© Louis B. Gill; ?3Jul71; C254S1. 

GILLESPIE, C. RICHARD. 

All of my mothers and all of my 

fathers couldn't put Humpty Dumpty 
together again; a play in five 
scenes. 71 1, © c. Richard 
Gillespie; 7Jul71; DU80710. 

OILMAN, THOMAS. 

666 Carnality Lane. 114 1. A play 
in 3 acts . © Thomas Gilman; 27Dec71; 
DU82101 . 

GILMORE, CAROLE. 

Reynard and Renee; a T.V. show for 
children. 5 1- © Carole Gilmore; 
2Nov71; DU81834. 

GINASTERA, ALBERTO. 

Beatrix Cenci; opera in two acts ft 
fourteen scenes. Libretto by Wil- 
liam Shand ft Alberto Oirri; English 
translation by William Shand. 
Boosey & Hawkes . 26 p . English ft 
Spanish. Libretto. © Boosey ft 
Hawkes, Inc.; 3Sep71; DP7764 . (See 
also Cinastera, Alberto; 3Sep71; 
DP7829) 

Beatrix Cenci; opera in two acts ft 
fourteen scenes. Libretto by 
William Shand ft Alberto Girri; 
English translation by William 
Shand. Boosey & Hawkes. 26 p. 



English i Spanish. Libretto. 

osey ft Hawkes, Inc.; 3Sep71; 
DP7829. (See also Ginastera, A.; 
3Sep71; DP7764) 

GINN ft CO. 

Three contemporary Latin-American 
plays: Rene Marques, Egon Wolff, 
Emilio Carballido. See LAMB, 
RUTH S., ed. 

GINSBURG, MIRRA. 

The murder of Comrade Sharik. See 
BERGSMA, WILLIAM. 

GINSBURG, PHILLIP. 

Impediments; original screenplay by 
Phil Borneo, Jr., pseud. 137 1- 
© Phil Borneo; 280ct71; DU81637 • 



GIRRI, ALBERTO. 
Beatrix Cenci. 
ALBERTO . 



See GINASTERA, 



GITLIN, HOWARD. 

Six for Artaud. 35 1- A play in k> 
treatments. NM: dialog, dramatiza- 
tion. © Howard Gitlin; 30Sep71; 
DU81446 . 

GLASER PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

The American country; presentation to 
be orally delivered. 3 1. © Glaser 
Productions, Inc.; 24Nov71; C26104 . 

GLAZE, ANDREW. 

Kleinhoff demonstrates tonight. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 28Aug70, 17 889 . 
NM: 2d act, music. © Andrew Glaze; 
150c t71; DU81552. 

GLEESON, PATRICIA. 

Libby. 2 sheets. Monolog. © Patricia 

Gleeson; 24Aug71; C25638. 
Making the rounds . 2 sheets . 
Monolog. © Patricia Gleeson; 
24Aug7i; C25637. 

GLENNON, WILLIAM, pseud. See SNITGER, 
WILLIAM H., III. 

GLUCK, HERBERT. 

The Pentagon papers. See TARSHIS, 
BERNARD HOWARD. 

GOLD, BARRY E. 

Raquel, by Benson Gold ft Joel D. 

Myerberg. 121 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Benson Gold ft Joel D. Myerberg; 
4oct71; DU81462. 

GOLDBOSS, RUTH. 

Jacob's angel and ours. 1 v. A musi- 
cal play. Book ft lyrics only. 
© Ruth Goldboss (Mrs. Willard); 
70c t71; DU81530. 

GOLDBOSS, MRS. WILLARD. See 

GOLDBOSS, RUTH. 

GOLDEN, LOUIS. 

Tucholsky. See POOR, HAROLD. 

GOLDEN, STEVEN B. 

Inside-out. See GOLDEN, THOMAS H. 

GOLDEN, THOMAS H. 

Inside-out (Inside-outside) Screen- 
play by Thomas H. Golden, Steven B. 
Golden ft Larry DuKore. 58 1. 
© Thomas H. Golden ft Steven B. 
Golden; 12Jul71; DU80750. 

GOLDMAN, KALMAN. 

Exodus out of Egypt; by Carl Don, 
pseud. 73 1 • A play in 2 acts. 
© Carl Don; 28Dec71; DU82IO5 . 

00LD0NI, CARLO. 

Virtue rewarded (La buona figliola) 
By Piccini/Goldoni, after Richardson.; 
English translation by George 
Sponhalt.s. 71 1. An opera in 3 
acts. Libretto. © George B. 
Sponhaltz; HNov71; DUSl^T - :. 



GOLDSMITH, STEVEN P. 

Smear tactics; a play in one act. 
32 1. © Steven P. Goldsmith; 
80ct71; DU81501. 

GOLDSTAUE, 

The big show, by Mona S. Be; 
music, Paul icldstaub. 2 
in 7 see: . I R, taub; 
3 p71; DU31087. 

GOLDSTEIN, MARVIN. 

Courtship by shadows. 6 1. A play. 
© Marvin Goldstein; 3Aug71; DU80968. 

GOLDSWORTHY, JAY EDGAP. DAVID. 

;. family television 
series created by Steve Zall ft Jay 
Goldsworthy. Pilot: Fringe 
arrival; by Jay Goldsworthy. 1 . 
With music. ar David 

Goldsworthy; 26l!ov71; DU81867 • 

Mr. rringey; created by Steve Zall & 
Jay Goldsworthy. Episode no. 2: 
The garbageman cometh; 
Goldsworthy. 1 . Television play 
with music. 
Goldsworthy; 26Hov71; DU81866. 

GOLL, YVAN. 

Melusine. REIMANN, ARIBERT. 

GONDELL, HARRY. 

The great- Sardono; a comedy- drama in 
12' scenes. 86 1. ApDl. states prev. 
reg. 12Jan68, DU70817. NM: addi- 
tions, revisions ft dramatization for 
stage. © Harry Gondell ft Helen 
Gondell; 27Dec71; DU81904. 

GONDELL, HELEN. 

The great Sardono. See GONDELL, 
HARRY. 

GONZALEZ PRIETO, JOSE. 

Miss Leslie's dolls; screenplay. 99 1- 
© Jose Gonzalez Prieto; 18Aug71; 
DU81102. 



GOODING, RUTH W. 

Reading in subject areas — a begin- 
ning at Mentor High School. 12 1. 
Tape script. © Ruth W. Gooding; 
2Aug71; C25550. 

GOODMAN, RANDOLPH. 

From script to stage: eight modern 
plays. San Francisco, Rinehart 
Press. 623 p. © Rinehart Press, a 
division of Holt, Rinehart ft Win- 
ston, Inc.; lFeb71; A260103. 

GOODMAN, RICHARD, pseud. See 
MANGOODE, RICHARD. 

GOODRICH, DAVID LEE. 

Outlaw; lyrics by Thomas A. Goodrich, 
music by David Lee Goodrich. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Thomas A. 
Goodrich ft David Lee Goodrich; 
13Aug71; DU81049. 

GOODRICH, JOHN M. 

What will become of his dreams? 65 1. 
A play in 3 acts ft epilogue. 
© John M. Goodrich; 6Dec71; DU81942. 

GOODRICH, THOMAS ALBERT. 

Outlaw. See GOODRICH, DAVID LEE. 

GORDON, ALVIN J. 

Music of Mexico. 30 1. A script. 
© Alvin J. Gordon; l4Jun71; C25482. 

GORDON, CHARLES F. 

The adx'antages of dope; by OyamO, 

pseud. 27 1. A play. © Charles F. 
Gordon; 7Sep71; DU81228. 
Crazy niggers; by OyamO, pseud. 
50 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Charles F. Gordon; 7Sep71; 
DU81227 • 



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143 



His first step; by OyamO, pseud. 
18 1. A play in 2 scenes. 
© Charles F. Gordon; 7Sep71; 
DU81226 . 
When our spirits awaken, when black 
theater opens; a play in four acts. 
147 1. © Charles F. Gordon; 
7Sep71; DU81229. 

GORDON, GERTRUDE JEAN LEVE. 

All seven; three act play with music. 
Ann Arbor, University Microfilms 
Library Services. Microfilm. (Doc- 
toral dissertation series) 
© Gertrude Jean Leve Gordon; 29Jan71; 
DP7787 . 

GORDON, RUTH. 

Ho! hoi hoi A miracle play. 1 v. 
Three acts, © TFT Corp.; 26Nov71; 
DU82035 . 

GOSSE, LYNN. 

Traffic coning presentation. 

2 sheets. Slide script. © Lynn 
Gosse; 30Sep71; C25757 . 

GOSSELIN, RICHARD. 

Solar dream; a psychopompolean opera 
it". D. 1 v. Two acts. © Richard 
Gosselin; 8oct71; C25690. 

GOUDGE, ELIZABETH. 

Green Dolphin Street. See BAHR, 
VICTOR. 

GOULD, MARSH. 

The gospel according to George 

Bernard Shaw; an imaginary evening 
with G. B. S. by Marsh Gould, 
Ilisse Miller &• Sharon Zubata. 1 v. 
MM: dramatization fr additions. 

Marsh Gould S: Ilisse Miller; 
3Dec71; DU81840. 

GOVER, DANIEL G. 

Doing famous Chicago lifetime, 1924, 

1930, 1936. 49 1. A play. 

© Daniel G. Gover; 29Jul71; DU80928. 

GRACZYK, ED. 

Due to a lack of interest, tomorrow 
has been cancelled . See HANSEN, 
SHIRLEY. 
Electric folderol. See PYLE, GERRY. 

GRAD (PETER) WALTER RAPPEPORT 
PRODUCTIONS CO. 
Mishap. See SIMS, BENNETT. 

GRAFF, E. JONNY. 

Mistuh Ambassador. See WHITCUP, 
LEONARD. 

GRAHAM, JOHN KIRKLAND. 

The Axion experiments. 44 1. Two 
acts. © John Kirkland Graham; 
lDec71; DP7895. 



, KENNETH. 

1 in the willows. 
BENTON B. 



See DARDA, 



GRAHAM, PAUL D. 

The magic crystal; music & libretto. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Paul D. 
Graham; 9Dec71; DU81958. 

GRAMICK, JEANNINE, SISTER. 

Arithmetic skills scripts. 4 v. 

Contents: Addition algorithm. — Sub- 
traction algorithm. --Division algor- 
ithm. — Multiplication algorithm. 
© Sister Jeannine Gramick, S.S.N.D.; 
l80ct71; C25727. 

GRANGER, FARLEY. 

Jigsaw. See CALHOUN, ROBERT. 

GRANGER, PERCIVAL HARKNESS, III . 

The feast of the passed-over; a play 
in three acts by Percy Harkness, 
pseud. 1 v. A musical. Book & 
"lyrics only. © Percival Harkness 
Granger III; 21May71; DU80743. 



GRASS, CHARLES. 

Now will you go to Nineveh. See 
VANDERVALK, BRUCE. 

GRAVES, WARREN. 

Yes, dear; a comedy in one act. 
New York, S. French. 21 p. 
(Canadian playwright series) 
© Warren Graves; 230ct67; DP7770. 

GRAY, ALLAN W. 

Algebra. 1 v. Recording scripts. 
Appl. ti.: Monitor instruction pro- 
ram 367007, algebra -- beginning. 
© Educational Research Associates; 
19JU171; C25558. 

GRAY, DOLORES. 

Pizazz. 16 1. Screenplay. «■ Dolores 
Gray; 120ct71; DU81381. 

GRAY, EUNICE. 

Backfire; by Eunice Gray & Michael B. 
Michaels. 70 1. A screenplay. 
© Eunice Gray & Michael B. Michaels; 
10ct71; DU81454. 

GRAY, KATHELIN. See SYNERGETIC PRESS. 

GRAY, VIVIAN CLELAND. 

Until yesterday; screenplay. 133 1. 
© Vivian Cleland Gray; 9Aug71; 
DU81017 . 

GREANYA, AILEEN. 

Writing lessons to accompany initial 
sounds we hear, by Aileen Greanya & 
Elma Witsaman. Lesson 1-18. 1 v. 
© Elma Witsaman & Aileen Greanya; 
12Nov71; C26071. 

GREAVES, DONALD CARLYLE . 

Afrobopera; a multimedia fantasia. 
1 v. Seventeen scenes. With music. 
© Donald Carlyle Greaves; 23Dec71; 
DU82065 . 

GREEN, ADOLPH. 

Applause. See STROUSE, CHARLES. 

GREEN, ALAN ROGER. 

The mallomar syndrome; an original 
screenplay. 124 1. © Alan Roger 
Green; 7Jul71; DU80709. 

GREEN, EDWARD M. 

The jagged plank; a drama in three 
acts by Ed & Rhoda Green. 108 1. 
© Edward M. Green & Rhoda F. Green; 
30Jul71; DU80935. 

GREEN, ERIC MAWBY. 

The French they are a funny race: the 
boy on the pot, by Mawby Green & 
Ed Feilbert. 90 1. A play in 1 act. 
© Mawby Green & Ed Feilbert; lDec71; 
DU81915 ■ 

GREEN, HANNAH. 

I never promised you a rose garden. 
See RILEY, SANDRA. 

GREEN, JOHNNY LEE. 

Night of judgment; a play. 1 v. 

© Johnny L. Green; 22Nov71; DU81817. 

GREEN, JOSH, pseud. See 
GREEHBERGER, JOSHUA. 



GREEN, JUDITH. 

Early screenplays. 
FEDERICO . 



See FELLINI, 



GREEN, MARTIN. 

A serenade for two; an original story 
& screenplay. 127 1- Includes 
lyrics for 1 song. © Martin Green; 
3Aug71; DU81003. 

GREEN, MICHAEL F. 

Opposites. See T0MASUL0, FRANK. 

GREEN, RHODA F. 

The jagged plank. See GREEN, 
EDWARD M. 



GREEN, ROBERT M., JR. 

The elevators. 1 v. A musical play 
in 3 acts. © Robert M. Green, Jr.; 
23Nov71; DU81855. 

GREENBERG, ERROL. 

Synthesis (Two ways of looking at one 
reality) By Errol Strider, pseud. 
8 p. A play. 1 Errol Strider; 
2Aug71; DU80955. 
The village; a musical play for 
children written by Errol Strider, 
pseud. 1 v. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Errol Strider; 
260ct71; DU81481. 

GREENBERGER, JOSHUA. 

A few motorcycles and a lot of cash, 
by Josh Green, pseud. 429 1. 
Screenplay. Appl. ti . : A few cycles 
and a lot of cash. © Joshua 
Greenberger; HNov71; DU81751. 

GREENIDGE, GERTRUDE. 

Bricks'. A one-act play. 31 1. 
© Gertrude Greenidge; l6Aug71; 
DU81077 . 

The strippers; film script by Gertrude 
Greenidge. 30 1. From a story 
concept by Gertrude Greenidge & 
E. Rae Barker. 9 Gertrude Greenidge: 
6Dec71; DU81947 . 

GREER ASSOCIATES. 

Stowe: Spring, summer, fall. See 
GREER, JAMES W. 

GREER, JAMES W. 

Stowe: Spring, summer, fall; script 
for cassette recorded travel tour; 
by James W. Greer & Peggy H. Greer. 
25 1. © James W. Greer & Peggy H. 
Greer d.b.a. Greer Associates; 
19Jul71; C25479- 

GREER, PEGGY H. 

Stowe: Spring, summer, fall. See 
GREER, JAMES W. 

GREFE, WILLIAM. 

Stanley. See CRUTCHER, GARY. 

GRETH, ROMA. 

■ Women's war plays. 52 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Roma Greth; 3DecTl: 
DU81935 . 

GRIFFIN, OSCAR. 

Today, is yesterday, tomorrow; 
a one act play. 11 1. © Oscar 
Griffin; 13Sep71; DU81217 . 

GRIFFIS, SCOTT R. 

Sugar; screenplay by Scott R. Griffls 
&• David B. Morris III. 103 1. 
© David B. Morris III & Scott R. 
Griff is; 3Sep71; DU81325. 

GRIFFITH, DAVID JACKSON. 

Lecture to use in teaching the young 
to learn the U.S. presidents. 
3 1. © David J. Griffith; 210ct71; 
C25921. 

GRILES, EDD. 

Who's going to tell Linda what hap- 
pened to Stanley. See MATHIAS, 
ARNOLD. 

GRIMM, JAKOB LUDWIG KARL. 

Hansel and Gretel. See LOGEMANN, 

LILLIAN M. 
Rumplestiltskin. See PROVOST, 

WILLIAM B. 

GRIMM, PHILLISTENE. 

The executive wife — personality 
development and training program. 
Lecture no.l. 4 1. © Phillistene 
(Teena) Grimm; 29Jul71; 12 i . 

GRIMM, WILHELM KARL. 

Hansel and Gretel. See LOGEMANN, 

LILLIAN M. 
Rumplestiltskin. See PROVOST, 
WILLIAM B. 



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GROB MUSIC CO. 
Interludes. 



DRAMAS 



See KERR, ANITA. 



H 



GROBER, DAVID E. 

A birthday party; a play in one act. 
27 1. © David E. Grober; 280ct71; 
DU81635 . 

GROMELSKI, BRAD. 

Made in Rome; a play. 1 v. Three 
acts. © Brad Groraelski; 12Jul71; 
DU80747. 

GROSS, LEONARD. 

The candy butcher. 5 1. Monolog. 
© Leonard Gross; 7Dec71; C26135. 

GROSSMAN PUBLISHERS. 

Early screenplays. See PELLINI, 
PEDERICO. 

GROSVOGEL, SENTA NOMI . 

The broken swing. 86 1. A play. 
© Senta Nomi Grosvogel (pseud., 
Nomi Rubel); 28Dec71; DU82060. 

GRUBER, E. L. 

Abby; a play. 27 1. Appl. ti.: 
Author. © E. L. Gruber; 7Dec71; 
DU81909. 

GRUBER, E. L. See GRUBER, EDWARD 
LEONARD. 

GRUBER, EDWARD LEONARD. 

A case of divorce; a new comedy. 1 v. 
Two scenes. © Edward Leonard 
Gruber; 40ct71; DU81471. 

GRUENWALD, ALFRED. 

Die Zirkusprinzessin. See KALMAN, 
EMMERICH. 

GRUENWALD, OTTO. 

Zwei Fliegen mit einem Schlag; 
Schauspiel; funf Bilder. 56 1. 
© Otto Gruenwald; 210ct71; DU81592. 

GRUEENHOFF, RICHARD L. 
Visions. See SENS, TIM. 

GUARDINO, MARIANO JOHN. 

Apostle of peace, by Monte Guardino. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. © Mariano J. 
Guardino; lDec71; DU819H. 

GUARE, JOHN. 

Kissing sweet, and A day for surprises; 
two short plays. Dramatists Play 
Service. 23 p. Appl. states A day 
for surprises prev. reg. 1970. 
NM: additions & revisions. © John 
Guare; 27Jul71; DP7735. 

GUARESCHI, GIOVANNI. 

The little world of Don Camillo. 
See WIENER, DOROTHY. 

GUBER, ZEV. 

The worst film ever made. 1 v. 

Screenplay. © Zev Guber; 10Nov71; 
DU81745. 

GUINTA, MARTIN. 

Metric target lens. Sheet. © Martin 
Guinta; 27Dec71; C26158. 

GURNEY, ALBERT R. , JR. 

The old one-two; a play. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Albert R. Gurney, Jr.; 
2Aug71; DU8096O. 

GUTHRIE, TYRONE. 

Minneapolis rehearsals. See ROSSI, 
ALFRED. 

GUTSWA, T. FRANK. 

Looking for Billy, as played by the 
young man; a one act play. 40 1. 
© T. Frank Gutswa; 10Sep71; DU81284. 

GUTTMANN, FREDERICK. 

First night; a sketch. 7 1. 
© Frederick Guttmann; lSep71; 
DU81200. 

GUYARD, MARION MICHELLE. 

L'Oncle Sam. See DUNCAN, CATHERINE. 



HADFIELD, T. A., pseud. 

The flight of Abraham; original screen- 
play by T. A. Hadfleld, pseud, of 
Tedd F. Tassell & Alice A. Tassell. 
1 v. © Tedd F. Tassell & Alice A. 
Tassell; l8Aug71; DU81103. 

HADLEY, W. WAYNE. 

Self-improvement course. 1 v. 
© Delway Enterprises; 20Dec71; 
C26196. 

HAFNER, LES. 

Duel at sundown. Rev. 1 v. A 
screenplay. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 23Feb68, DU70927. NM: revi- 
sions. © Les Hafner; 7Sep71; 
DU81238. 

HAGEN, MARY GRACE. 

Pursuit of happiness. 12 1. Tele- 
vision script. © Mary Hagen; 
1Nov71; C25873. 

HAGGERTY, MATTHEWS R. 

Amelia St. Clair; book & lyrics by 
Matthews R. Haggerty. A musical 
play. Book only. © Matthews R. 
Haggerty; 3Aug71; DU80969. 

HAGGITH, DONALD W. 

Chantyman. See DVORAK, RITCHIE G. 

HAGWOOD, THOMAS RICHARD. 

Antigone. See ANOUILH, JEAN. 

HAJDUK, PETER J. 

Johnny's visit to the hospital; a play 
for puppets. 22 1. Nine scenes. 
© Peter J. Hajduk; 9Dec71; DU81804 ." 

HALE, ALLEAN LEMMON. 

The second coming of Mrs. C; a one- 
act play. New York, Friendship 
Press. 32 p. © Friendship Press, 
Inc.; lMay71; A266661. 

HALE, HELEN SPRATT. 

Birmingham's last draw. 3 p. 
© Helen Hale; 13Sep71; C25687. 

HALL, MARV. 

To get from here to there. See 
PARKER, DAVID M. 

HALMI (ROBERT) INC. 

Hugo the hippo; screenplay. 105 1. 
© Brut Productions, Inc.; 17Aug71; 
DU81094 . 

HALPERN, BARBARA LEBOW . 

Playground; by Barbara Lebow. 87 1. 

A play in 2 acts. Includes music 

for 1 song. © Barbara Lebow Halpern; 

30Nov71; DU81895. 
Red Ridinghood rides again; or, The 

wolf who preferred cheese. By 

Barbara Lebow. 20 1. A play. 

Includes lyrics for 1 song. 

© Barbara Lebow Halpern; 30Nov71; 

DU81892 . 
Sola; by Barbara Lebow. 58 1. 

A play. © Barbara Lebow Halpern; 

30Nov71; DU81894. 
The square egg of Gratchitt; by 

Barbara Lebow. 19 1. A play. 

© Barbara Lebow Halpern; 30Nov71; 

DU81893 • 
HALPERN, MARTIN. 

The siege of Syracuse; a play in two 

acts. 45 1. © Martin Halpern; 

40ct71; DU81464. 
Three for three; three one-act plays 

for two actors & one actress. 

The lower drawer; Reservations; 

The damned thing. 1 v. Appl. 

states The reservation prev. reg. 

1964, DU6C737; The lower drawer, 

1969, DU75899; The damned thing, 

1969, DU75900. NM: additions & 

revisions. © Martin Halpern; 

9Jul71; DU80725. 



July-Dec. 



HALVORSON, GEORGE CHARLES, JR. 

Three plays. The afternoon; The roo.~; 
Last plea. 1 v. B George Tr.arles 
Halvorson, Jr.; 12Hov71; DU81760. 

HAMILTON, JOHN BOWEN. 

Blind man's bluff. 95 1- A play in 
3 acts. © John Bowen Hamilton; 
27Sep71; DU81417. 

HAMILTON, JOH:.' M. 

Rebels in paradise; a screenplay. 

116 1. © John M. Hamilton; 270ct71; 
DU81625 . 

HAMILTON, KELLY. 

Dance on a country grave; a musical 
play.. 1 v. Two acts. Based on 
Thomas Hardy's The return of the 
native. © Kelly Hamilton; 17!Jov71; 
DU81787 . 

HAMMER, GEORGE J. 

All for Ruth. 34 1. A play in 2 
scenes. © George J. Hammer; 
13Dec71; DU81989. 

HAMMOND, DENE. 

Teddy bears never mate in captivity. 
50 1. A play. © Dene Hammond; 
l4Dec71; DU82000. 

HAMPTON, MYRTLE, pseud. See AMTONNE, 
MAYTEL. 

HANBACK, DONALD L. 

The horse and the mouse. 3 1. 
© Donald L. Hanback; 28jul71; 
C25570. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION. 

Chevrolet heavy-duty truck. CS-9092-1. 
Identification system; Model fea- 
tures; Gasoline engines: facts and 
features. 2 v. Three filmstrip 
scripts. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 28jul71; 
C25525- 

Chevrolet heavy-duty truck. CS-9092-2. 
Diesel engine differences; Transmis- 
sion availability; Rear axle & sus- 
pensions; Brake system availability; 
Wheel and tire availability. 3 v. 
Five filmstrip scripts. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
28JU171; C25526. 

HANMER, RONALD. 

Viva Mexico! A comedy musical in 
three acts; book by Phil Park & 
Bernard Dunn; lyrics by Phil Park. 
The music of Latin America adapted 
& arranged by Ronald Hanmer. Lon- 
don, J. Weinberger. 116 p. Book & 
lyrics only. © Josef Weinberger, 
Ltd.; 31Aug71; DF2131. 

HANOLD, TERRANCE. 

Management information in the 1970' s; 
speech. 17 1. © Terrance Hanold; 
210ct71; C25920. 

HANSEN, ED. 

Barbara, the Gray Witch. See REISMAN, 
BARBARA ANN. 

HANSEN, SHIRLEY. 

Due to a lack of interest, tomorrow 
has been cancelled! An original 
musical for young people by Ed 
Graczyk; music by Shirley Hansen. 
Midland, Tex., Pickwick Press. 60 □. 
© Pickwick Press; 4oct71; DP7835. 



HANSON, DARYL. 

Chestnuts anyone. 
BERT. 



See STIMMEL, 



HANSON, ROBERT. 

Instructional recordings for Typing 
75, basic. Lessons 1-75- Text by 
Lloyd, Rowe & Winger, script by 
Hanson. 1 v. Tape recording 
scripts. ©McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 
260ct71; C25821. 



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Instructional recordings for Typing 
75, Keyboard refresher. Lessons 1-4, 
7-10, 1J-24. Text by Lloyd, Rowe 
& Winger, script by Hanson. 1 v. 
Tape recording scripts. © McGraw- 
Hill, Inc.; 260ct71; C25825- 

HARA, LILLIAN. 

Red dog. 1? 1. A play. © Lillian 
Hara; lDec71; DU81917. 

HARBADIN, MICHAEL- JOHN. See 
UNLIMITED GALL, pseud. 

HARBAGE, ALFRED. 
Twelfth night. 

WILLIAM. 



See SHAKESPEARE, 



HARCOURT BRACE JOVANOVICH, INC. 

Rhythm. Pilot trial ed. 1 v. (The 
Humanities, man's search for mean- 
ing) Cassette script. © Harcourt 
Brace Jovanovich, Inc.; l?Aug71; 
C25515. 
Sound. Pilot trial ed. 1 v. (The 
Humanities, man's search for mean- 
ing) Cassette script. © Harcourt 
Brace Jovanovich, Inc.; 13Aug71; 
C25516. 

HARDIN, KEN. 

One family, some friends. See 
MARTIN, GILBERT M. 

HARDY, THOMAS. 

Dance on a country grave. See 
HAMILTON, KELLY. 

HARKNESS, PERCY. See GRANGER, 
PERCIVAL HARKNESS, III. 

HARLOW, ORALETA. 

Obsession and regression; a satirical 
rock opera by Oraleta & Wayne Harlow. 
10 1. Libretto only. Appl. ti.: 
Obsession and repression. ©Wayne 
Harlow & oraleta Harlow; 2Dec71; 
DU81730. 
Rasputin the demon monk. See 

HARLOW, WAYNE. 
Rasputin the holy demon. See HARLOW, 

WAYNE. 
The ultra-sonic feudal castle. 
See HARLOW, WAYNE. 

HARLOW, WAYNE. 

Obsession and regression. See 

HARLOW, ORALETA. 
Rasputin the demon monk (Rasputin the 
holy demon) By Wayne & Oraleta 
Harlow. 19 1. A play in 10 parts. 
© Wayne Harlow & Oraleta Harlow; 
lNov71; DU81657. 
Rasputin the holy demon; by Wayne & 
Oraleta Harlow. 23 1. A play in 
9 parts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
NM: additions. © Oraleta Harlow & 
Wayne Harlow; l8Nov71; DU81793- 
The ultra-sonic feudal castle; a 
satirical rock opera by Wayne & 
Oraleta Harlow. 9 1. Libretto. 
© Wayne Harlow & Oraleta Harlow; 
8Dec71; DU81778. 

HARLOW, WAYNE CLIFFORD. 

A room with a hardwood floor; one-act 
comedy. 53 1. © Wayne Clifford 
Harlow; 15Sep71; DU81312. 

HARMACEK, JEROME ROBERT. 

Balm in Gilead; <"Lree segments of a 
visit by Curt Van Breiten, pseud. 
95 1. A play. © J. R. Harmacek; 
2oJul71; DU80896. 
On destiny!!'. By Curt van Breiten, 
pseud. 120 1. A play. Contents: 
Pt.1-3: Coup. — Martyrdom's course. — 
Pasquinade. © J. R. Harmacek; 
120ct71; DU81511. 

HARPER, EDWARD, pseud. See HUEBSCH, 
EDWARD. 

HARRELL, JERRY F. 

Wry smiles and gentle laughter; a play 
in three acts. 67 1. © Jerry F. 
Harrell; 23Jul71; DU80857. 



HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

The stupid woman; a Gibson Girl era 
play in three acts. 1 v. © Nolan 
Harrigan, Jr.; l8Nov71; DU8l79°. 
Sunlight and water. 23 1. A musical 
play. © Nolan Harrigan, Jr.; 
24Sep71; DU81397- 

HARRIS, ALBERT J. 

Words in motion; a cassette program 
for personalized reading - A. 
Lesson 1-20. 20 v. (Macmlllan 
reading program) Scripts. Appl. 
authors: Albert J. Harris & Mac- 
mlllan Co. Appl. states reading 
selections & quotations prev. pub. 
4Feb71. NM: new matter. © Mac- 
mlllan Co.; 30Sep71; C25878. 

HARRIS, AUDREY JANE. 

Crossed wires; a play about learning 
disabilities. 1 v. Fourteen 
scenes. © Audrey Harris; lSep71; 
DP7872. 

HARRIS, NEIL. 

Cop and blow. 15 1. A play. © Neil 

Harris; l6Aug71; DU81085. 
Player's inn. 1 v. A play. © Neil 

Harris; 120ct71; DU81713. 
Straight from the ghettos. 1 v. Appl. 
ti.: Poems for oral delivery: 
straight from the ghettos. © Neil 
Harris; 120ct71; C26070. 
Yesterday's nigger. 35 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Neil Harris; 120ct71; 
DU81712. 

HARRIS, ROBERT T. 

Bull shot; or, The mercy killing; or, 
Chmn. of the Bd. of Trustees. An 
academic travesty by Bob Harris. 
1 v. A Dlay in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 1971, DU79 i *68. NM: addi- 
tions. © Robert T. Harris; 23Nov71; 
DU81852. 

HARROW, MIRIAM. 

The mad ecologist; by Thorn Crofter, 
pseud. 91 I • A play in 2 acts. 
© Miriam Harrow; 7Sep71; DU81234. 

HARTEIS, RICHARD F. 

The night of Saint Nicholas. 27 1. 
A play. © Richard F. Harteis; 
23Nov71; DU81854. 

HARTMANN, SADAKICHI. 

Buddha, Confucius, Christ; three 
prophetic plays. Edited by Harry 
Lawton & George Knox. Herder & 
Herder. 167 p. © on introduction; 
Herder & Herder, Inc.; 19Nov71; 
A297692. 

Buddha, Confucius, Christ; three 
prophetic plays. Edited by Harry 
Lawton & George Knox. Herder & 
Herder. 167 p. NM: editorial 
revision. © Wistaria Hartmann 
Linton; 19Nov71; A297691. 

HARTZELL, JONATHAN. 

Twilight shore, by Jonathan Hartzell & 
Tom Llewellyn. 22 1. Screenplay. 
Based on the song, Twilight shore II. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 4jun71, 
EU257713. © Jonathan Hartzell & Tom 
Llewellyn; 8n v71; DU81704. 

HARVEY, LEWIS A. 

All our days. 46 1. Screenplay. 
© Lewis A. Harvey; 4Nov71; DU81689. 

HARWOOD, JIM. 

To get from here to there . See 
PARKER, DAVID M. 

RASKINS, GEORGE F. 

The funny people; a screenplay by Fred 
Haskins. 108 1. © George F. 
Haskins; 27Dec71; DU82092. 

HASLACH, ROBERT D. 

Lefty Jones vs. urban renewal; a half- 
hour radio drama. 10 1. (Group 
action theater, script no.l) 
© Robert D. Haslach; 13Dec71; 
DU81987 . 



HASLACH, ROBERT DITTMAR. 

About an Indian and some others; a one 
act play. 16 1. © Robert D. 
Haslach; 27Sep71; DU81412. 

HASS, DAVID W. 

Thursday; shooting script. 1 v. 

Includes music Tor 1 song. © David 
W. Hass; 1Nov71; DU8l664. 

HATCH, ELAINE F. 

Madame President in blackmail at the 
White House; a drama in three acts. 
69 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
30Jun71, DU80645. NM: editing. 

laine F. Hatch; l8oct71; DU81805. 

HAUBIEL, CHARLES. 

The adventure on Sunbonnet Hill. See 
BRATTON, KARL H. 

HAUBOLD, CLEVE. 

The grate hero; a comedy in one act. 
New York, S. French. 14 p. 
© Samuel French, Inc.; I60ct67; 
DP7786 . 

HAUGHT, JAMES A., JR. 

Mountain story; an original screen- 
play. 60 1. © James A. Haught, 
Jr.; 30Sep71; DU81449. 

HAUSER, LUCILLE. 

Parade. 17 1. A play. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 8Feb68, DU70754- NM: 
additions & revisions. © Lucille 
Hauser; 9Dec71; DU81964. 

HAWKINS, DONALD E. 

A slight miscalculation. See LANGE, 
MICHAEL RANDALL. 

HAWKINS, ODIE. 

Eli's games; first draft scenario. 
117 1. A screenplay. © Odie 
Hawkins; 21Jul71; DU80739- 

HAWLEY, EARLENE HAMEL. 

Sons (and daughters) of thunder; 
a play in two acts. 140 1. 
© Earlene Hamel Hawley 
(Mrs. Kent T.); 3Sep71; DU81218. 

HAWLEY, MRS. KENT T. See HAWLEY, 

EARLENE HAMEL. 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL. 

Feathertop. See IMLER, KATHRYN ANN. 
Hester. See SMITH, FLOYD V., JR. 

HAY, LOUISE L. 

El matador. See PADNOS, DAN. 

HAYAKAWA, S. I. 

Jazz seminar. 19 v. Recording 

scripts. © S. I. Hayakawa; 20Dec71; 
C26l9^. 

HAYDEN, NICOLA. 

Le jour se leve. See CARNE, MARCEL. 

HAYES, AFRIKA. 

Adika; an African folk tale set to 
music. 2 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Afrika Hayes; 21Jun71; DU8068I. 

HAYES, CAL. 

A very sentimental day. See ELLIS, 
DOROTHY M. 

HAYES, DAVID R. 
Sunday's wine; an original screenplay. 
1st draft. 204 1. © David R. Hayes; 
8Nov71; DU81720. 

HAYES, GLORIA. See KREMER, GLORIA HAYES. 



HAYMAN-CHAFFEY, CHARLES RODERICK. 

The sinful saint; an original screen- 
play by Carlo Hayman-Chaffey. 
209 1. © Charles Roderick Hayman- 
Chaffey; 8Jul71; DU80714. 



HAYWOOD, LAURA. 
A single mind. 
WILLIAM K. 



See CARLSON, 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



HAZZARD, MILTON BRADLEY, JR. 

der. 3 1. i ton Bradley 
Hazzard, Jr.; 22Nov71; C26226. 

HEATH (D. C.) 5- Co. 

Tres telecomedias de Espana. See 
RUIZ IRIATE, VICTOR. 

HECHT, MARTIN E. 

Mother America. 1 v. A play In 3 
acts. © Martin E. Hecht; 15JuI71; 
DU80789. 

LOUISE E. 

HEDGEPATH, CONSTANCE E. 

Antar. 88 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Constance E. Hedgepath; 4Nov71; 
DU8169O. 

HEIDE, ROBERT. 

At war with the Mongols; a tragic 
farce in one act. (In New American 
plays; edited & with an introd. by 
William M. Hoffman. New York, Hill & 
Wang. v. 4, D.-71-89) © Robert Heide; 
29JU171; DP7840. 

HEIDE, ROBERT, pseud. See HEITKE, 
ROBERT WILLIAM. 

HEILBUT, FRANCIS L. 

Keep your shirt on, Buster, by Francis 
L. Heilbut & Robert (Bob) French. 
19 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book only. © Francis L. Heilbut & 
Robert French; 4nov71; DU81691. 

HEITKE, ROBERT WILLIAM. 

The aftermath; a screenplay by Robert 
Heide, pseud., from an original 
idea by Joel Bender. 59 1. 
© Robert William Heitke; 3Sep71; 
DU81224. 

HELD, JACK PRESTON. 

Don't do it, Snowwhite; a play in three 
acts by Anton Koolhaas. Adapted for 
American theatre by Jack Preston 
Held, translated from the Dutch by 
Wim Gletema & Guus Pieter Vis. 
65 1. © Jack Preston Held; 26Aug71; 
DU81050 . 

HELLAND, ALAN WALD. 

The poor; a play in four scenes. 

5 1. © Alan Wald Helland; 28Jul71; 
DU80917 . 

HELLER, JOHN. 

Soft core pornographer. See STONE, 
MARTIN. 

HELTZEL, VIRGIL B. 

Elizabethan plays. See NETHERCOT, 
ARTHUR H. 

HENCKEN, MRS. HUGH O'NEILL. 
Thalassa on Earth Day. 6 1. 

© Mrs. Hugh O'Neill Hencken (Thalassa 
Cruso, pseud.); 22Jul71; C25402. 

HENDERSON, LINDA. 
Get it together. 
WILLIE JAMES. 



See ALEXANDER, 



HENDLER, HERBERT. 

Rock Carmen. See HUGHES, MICHAEL. 

HENDRICKS, THOMAS MANLEY. 

John and Martha, opus 1; a five act 
operetta, by Tom Hendricks. 1 v. 
© Tom Hendricks; 200ct71j DU81442. 

HENLEY, NORMAN FORREST. 

Beamine's wedding; a three-act play 
ahead of its time. 55 1- 
© Norman Henley; 24Sep71; DU81398. 

HENNEBERG, CLAUS H. 

Melusine. See REIMANN, ARIBERT. 
HENNESSEY, ELIZABETH. 

Jocko and the beanstalk. See 
PETERSON, MELVYN. 



HENHIES, ALICE. 

Der Mann im Mond. See HERRLINGER, 
KURT. 

KENNIES, HERBERT. 

Der Mann im Mond. See HERRLINGER, 
KURT. 

HENRY, JOHN. 

Super nigger; screenplay. 1 v. 
© Jobar, Inc.; 7Jun71; DP7759- 

HEP, INC. 

Believe in yourself. Course 1-10. 
1 v. Scripts. . *nc; 
27Sep71; C25731. 

HERALD PUB. HOUSE. 

Christus: the life of Jesus, the 
Christ. See SHUTE, WALLACE 
BERESFORD. 

HERDER & HERDER, INC. 

Buddha, Confucius, Christ. See 
HARTMANN, SADAKICHI. 

HERMAN, GEORGE A. 

The king has gone to Tenebrae; a 
drama in three acts. 126 1. 
S George A. Herman; 22Jul71; 
DU80839. 

HERNANDEZ, LE0P0LD0 M. 

Tridente; farsa en seis movimientos. 
9 1. © Leopoldo M. Hernandez; 
29Sep71; DU81436. 

HERRERA, ANTONIO JOHN. 

Sweet time. See UPTON, RICHARD 
EVERETT. 

HERRLINGER, KURT. 

Der Mann im Mond; ein Utopical in zwei 
Akten von Herbert und Alice Hennies; 
musik, Kurt Herrlinger. 2 v. 
© Kurt Herrlinger; 6Jul71; DU80652. 

HERROD, RALPH. 

Flowers of memory; by Bro Herrod; 
an adaptation of Place of springs, 
by Sister Celeste Raspanti. l'v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Ralph Herrod; 
9Nov71; DU81578. 

HERTSENS, MARCEL. 

The good time; book & lyrics by Marc 
Hertsens; an original musical comedy 
based on Louisa M. Alcott's Little 
women. 1 v. Two acts. Book & lyr- 
ics only. © Marc Hertsens; 21Jul71; 
DU80654 . 

HESCHONG, NAOMI. 

Vibrations. See DOUGLASS, GAEL T. 

HESSE, HERMANN. 

Maldoror. See TRUSSELL, ROBERT 

DABNEY. 
Siddhartha. See WILSHIRE, DONNA. 

HIERHOLZER, ALEXANDER. 

Grace and George and God. (In Play- 
wrights for tomorrow. Minneapolis, 
University of Minnesota Press. v. 7, 
p. 7-19) © Alexander Hierholzer; 
10May71; DP7745. 

HIGGINS, WILBUR. 

Marion, my sweet; original story & 
screenplay. 30 1. © Wilbur 
Higgins; 26Aug71; DU81157 . 

HIGHW00D SERVICE, INC. STUDIO BROAD- 
CASTING SYSTEM. See STUDIC BROADCAST- 
ING SYSTEM. 

HILGER, RICHARD. 

The day of the golden calf; a play. 
65 1. Three parts. © Richard 
Hilger; l40ct71; DU81541. 

HILL 8: WANG, INC. See 
NEW AMERICAN PLAYS. 

HILL, CYRIL E. H. 

Badjokie, U.S.A. 23 1. A play. 
© Cyril E. H. Hill; 17Dec71: 
DU82025 . 



HILL, JAMES EDWIN, JR. 

Nevada south of 3 ude: an un- 
precedented political blunder, 
jami ' 111, Jr.; 

: &i. 

HILL, LUCIEHNE. 

Dear Antoine. See ANOUILH, JEAN. 
The goldfi . 



HILLBILLIE WILLIE, pseud. 
CECIL, WILLIA. 



See 



HILLER, LEJARE:;. 

An avalanche for pitchman, prima 
player piano, percussionist and 
prerecorded playback; text, Frank 
Parman; music, Lejaren Hiller. 
Bryn Mawr, Pa., T. Presser Zo. 
52 p. Apol. states prev. reg. 
29Nov68, DU73493. MM: revisions. 

=odore Presser Co.; lFeb71; 
DP7725. 

HILTON, TONY. 

Bang bang Beirut. See COONEY, RAY. 

HIMELHOCH, WILLIAM. 

Perugia. 2 sheets. ©William 
Himelhoch; 260ct71; C25755. 

HINES, JOHN. 

The outsider. -•,: Dimen- 

sions Pub. Co. c 
B New Dimensions Pub. To.. I .: 
lNov70; DP7 : :; . 

Why we lost the series; by J jar. 
Rodriquez, pseud. 
Dimensions Pub. Co. 56 p. 

New Dimensions. Pub. Co., Ir.:.; 
1NOV70; DP7859. 

HINMAN, VIRGINIA. 
Wind ir. the willows. 

2i:rr::; 3. 



:-:'": . 



HISCHAK, THOMAS STEPHEN. 

Pieces of war; a play in five acts. 
52 1. © Thomas Stephen Hischak; 
l6Aug7I; DU81250. 

HITZIG, RUPERT. 

Electra-glide in blue. See BORIS, 



HO, DON. 

Hula chant; adaptation by Don He 

Johnny Todd. Sheet. © Rachel Pub. 
Co.; 260ct71; C26108. 

HOCK, PETER, pseud. See HOCKMEYER, 

PETER. 

HOCKMEYER, PETE?. 

Threnody; original screenplay by Peter 
Hock, pseud. & Joi-.r. Neilan. 80 1. 
© Peter Hock i- John Neilan; l4Dec71; 
DU81803. 

HODGE, ROBERT WILLIAM. 

A promise of tomorrow; a screenplay. 
92 1. © Robert William Hodge; 
lSep71; DU81199. 

HODGETTS, COLIN. 

We will suffer and die if we have to; 
a folk play for Martin Luther King. 
Oxford, Religious Education Press. 
40 p. Two oarts . With music. 
© Colin Hodgetts; 3Uul69; AF33514. 

HOFFERT, PAUL. 

Poor old world, we love you anyway 5 by 
Ruth Abrams & Rosalyne Federman; 
music by G. Riter, pseud, of Paul 
Hoffert. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Ruth Abrams, Rosalyne Federman S: 
G. Riter; 3IIov71; DUOI678. 

HOFFMAN, RICHARD LEE. 

Charlie, Ruth and friends; a play in 
three acts. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. HJan71, DU79087. NM: 
revisions. © Richard Lee Hoffman; 
4Nov71; DU81684. 



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HOFFMAN, WILLIAM M. See 
NEW AMERICAN PLAYS. 

HOFFNER, N. KENNETH. 

Criteria for developing a revised, 
more complete gospel. 7 1. 
© N. Kenneth Hoffner; 20Sep : 
C26081. 

HOGAN, FRANK. 

Finn MacKool; the grand distraction. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 25Sep68, DU72469. 
NM: revision S.- expansion. © Frank 
Hogan; 22Jul71; DU80985. 

HO I EM, DAVID. 

Ravel. See SOLARI, STEPHEN, JR. 

HOLDEN, JOAN. 

The dragon lady's revenge. See SAN 
FRANCISCO MIME TROUPE, INC. 

HOLDEN, MARY P. 

Take a stand. See TANDOWSKY, JEAN E. 



HOLDEN, MRS. 
MARY P. 



RALPH. See HOLDEN, 



HOLDEN, WILLIAM D. 

The Drug Bug creates the junkie. 5 1. 
A play in 2 scenes. © William D. 
Holden; 12Nov71; DU8l802. 

HOLETS, GEORGE CARL. 

The legend of Sleepy Hollow; a . 

Duppet play by George Beare, pseud. 
46 1. Nine scenes. Based on the 
story by Washington Irving. 
© George Carl Holets"; 7Dec71; 
DU81779- 

HOLLAND, NORMAN. 

The militants; a play. London, New 
York, S. French. 7 J p. (French's 
acting edition) Three acts. 
© Norman Holland; HMar70; DF2096. 

HOLM, DOUGLES KIMBALL. 

Calgary Hill; a one-act play by Doug 
Holm & Dan DePrez (Daniel Robert 
DePrez) 15 1. © Doug Holm & Dan 
DePrez; loDec71; DU8I838. 

HOLM, JAN. See ERTEGUN, JAN HOLM. 

HOLMBERG, PAUL. 

The tragedy of Kennedy the king; 
a play in two acts with music. 
118 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
30Apr70, DU77034. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Paul Holmberg; 
27Sep71; DU8l4o4. 

HOLMES, FRANK EARLE. 

The psychology of weight control; or, 
Personality factors in a reducing 
plan. 1 v. Three lectures. 
© Frank Earle Holmes; 280ct71; 
C25939- 

HOLT, JERRY G. 

Requiem for rosebud. See GARWELL, 
ROBERT P. 



HOLT, LIARION P. 

Tres telecomedias de Espana. 
RUIZ IRIATE, VICTOR. 



See 



HOLT, PEOLA M. 

Black justice; a two-act play. 1 v. 
A musical.' Book only. © Peola M. 
Holt; 29Sep71; DU81439. 

HOLT, RINEHART 4- WINSTON, INC. 

Elizabethan plays. See NETHERCOT, 
ARTHUR H. 

HOLT, RINEHART 8c WINSTON, INC. RINEHART 
PRESS. See RINEHART PRESS. 

HOLZER, LESLIE. 

Holding company; a screenplay. 116 1. 
© Leslie Holzer; 20Dec71; DU82053. 



HOME, WILLIAM DOUGLAS. 

The bishop and the actress; a play. 
London, S. French. 16 p. (French's 
acting edition) © William Douglas 
Home; 22Sep69; DF2104. 

The jockey club stakes; a comedy. 
London, New York, S. French. 64 p. 
(French's acting edition) Two acts. 
© William Douglas Home; 7Jun71; 
DFO-1843- 

The secretary bird; a comedy. London, 
S. French. 68 p. (French's acting 
edition) Two acts. ©Will' 
Douglas Home; 3Juno9; DF2128. 

HONEY, JOAN. 

The play-reading; a one-act comedy- 
thriller for six women. London, 
English Theatre Guild. 19 p. 

lid library) © Joan Honey; 
20May71; DF2093 . 

IS, BEN W. 
A folio of recitations. Vol.1, writ- 
ten by the Prophet Benjamin, pseud. 
Prophet Benjamin, pseud.; 

: C26077. 

HOPKINS, JERRY. 

You were born on a rotten day. see 
SERGEL, CHRISTOPHER. 

HOPKINS, SAM. 

Money taker; spoken blues by Sam 

"Lightning" Hopkins. Sheet. © Tra- 
dition Music Co.; 20Sep71; C2583O. 

HOPKINSON, GLEN S. 

C. M. Russell; a movie script. 69 1. 
© Glen S. Hopkinson; 13Dec71; 
DU81985 . 

HOPPS, HOWARD B. 

The magic formula and the V.I. P. 
10 1. © Howard B. Hopps; 22Nov71; 
C26092 . 

HORINE, CHARLES. 

La mort, toujours, la mort! A new 
comedy. 1 v. Two acts. Based on 
a story by Charles Horine & Denise 
Lor. © Charles Horine; 15Nov71; 
DU81652. 



HORNBERGER, MICHAEL. 
The uneasy triangle . 
M. JON. 



See VONDRACEK, 



HOROVITZ, ISRAEL. 

Acrobats and Line; two plays. 
Dramatists Play Service. 58 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. & pub. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Israel 
Horovitz; 31Aug71; DP7765. 

HORTON, EUGENE KEITH. 

The perceived needs of the aged; oral 
lecture and panel discussion; 
by Eugene Keith Horton & Howard 
Wayne Gabriel III. 1 v. © Eugene 
Keith Horton & Howard Wayne 
Gabriel III; T0Dec71; C26O83 . 

HOTCHNER, STEPHEN. 

Crazy/real; a play in two acts. 
1 v. © Stephen Hotchner; 6Aug71; 
DU81006 . 

HOUGHTON MIFFLIN CO. 

Tragedy: a critical anthology. See 
CORRIGAN, ROBERT W. , ed. 

HOWARD, DAVID. 

Junkmen; a play in one act. 6 1. 

© David Howard; 29Nov71; DU81887 . 
Mayday. 9 1. A play. © David 

Howard; 29Nov71; DU81889. 
The old man and the tree; a play in 
one act. 7 1. © David Howard; 
29NOV71; DU81888. 
HOWARD, EILEEN M. 

Love and the teenage idol. 7 1. 

(Love, American style) Television 
play. © Eileen M. Howard; 190ct71; 
DU8157'* • 



HOWARD, FREDERICK CLARE. 

Treasure hunt; by Frederick Clare, 
pseud. Episode 1 of a Think series. 
1 v. A screenplay in 7 parts. 
© Frederick Clare Howard; 6Jul71; 
DU80707 . 

HOWARD, HARRIET K. 

A Piagetian primer. 1 v. © on 

textual material; Harriet K. 

Howard; 9Jul71; C25466. 
A Piagetian reader. 7 1. Lecture. 

© Harriet K. Howard; 23Jul71; C25563. 

HOWARD, JOHN R. 

The mourning of our life. 21 1. 
Screenplay. © John R. Howard; 
120ct71; DU81304. 



HOWARD, SCOTT, pseud. 
DAVIS, HOWARD S. 



See 



HOWE, MARY. 

The saint and Mary Kate, by Frank 

O'Connor; a tragi-comedy adapted for 
the stage by Mary Manning, pseud., 
with an introd. by Stan Marquiss. 
Proscenium Press. 84 1. (Adapta- 
tions 2) Three acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. & pub. 1932, A54655. 
dramatization. © Harriet O'Donovan 
8- Mary Howe; 15Dec70; DP7749. 

HUBBARD, TIM. 
A saga of the seven seas. See 

SCHWARTZ, EDWARD. 
Way out West. See SCHWARTZ, EDWARD. 

HUDGINS, WALTER EDWARD. 

How Miss Henry got to be that way; a 
play in two acts; text & lyrics by 
Walt Hudgins, music by Roy Prender- 
gast. 55 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Walter Edward Hudgins; 8Nov71; 
DU81717. 

HUDSON, EARNEST LEE. 

Rebellion 369. 46 1. A play in 3 

acts . © Earnest Lee Hudson; 

8Jul71; DU80713. 
Thank God for Jesus; a one act play by 

Poochie, pseud. 14 1. Two scenes. 

© Earnest Lee Hudson; 30Aug71; 

DU8H87. 

HUDSON, WADE, JR. 

Conspiracy; a play in four parts. 
94 1. © Wade Hudson, Jr.; 
18NOV71; DU81791. 

HUEBSCH, EDWARD. 

Tsar's bride; screenplay by Edward 
Harper, pseud .• from a story by 
Robert Aldrich & Robert Sherman. 
1311. © Associates & Aldrich 
Co., Inc.; l4Jun71; DU80808. 

HUFFER, CARMEN E. 

Good little King Learn, keeper of the 
alphabets. Sheet. 5 scenes. £ 
© Carmen E. Huffer; 23Aug71; A284130. 

HUFFORD, SUSAN. 

Opus Marisse-Hufford. 
ANNE. 



See MARISSE, 



HUGH ART, BARRY. 

Sing along with Billy Blake; an origi- 
nal screenplay. 87 1. Includes 
music for 1 song. © Barry Hughart; 
8Nov71; DU81706. 

HUGHES, HELEN. 

The white carnation girl; an enter- 
tainment with music. By Helen 
Hughes & Jerusha Morgan. 1 . 
A play in 2 acts . Book 8= lyrics 
only. © Helen Hughes & Jerusha 
Morgan; 28Dec71; DU81973. 

HUGHES, MICHAEL. 

Rock Carmen; a rock opera. Boo 
lyrics by Herb Hendler, music by 
Michael Hughes. 1 v. Two acts. 
Freely adapted from Bizet's & 
Merimee's Carmen. © Herbert Hendler 
& Michael Hughes; 29 n ec71; DU81974. 



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July-Dec. 



HUHNKE, GEORGE. 

Review: Narcotics and dangerous drugs 
training. 1 v. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Ken Cook Co., employer 
for hire. © Ken Cook Co.; 23Aug71; 
C25655 ■ 

HULS LANDER, VICTOR LAWSON. 

Diatribe of truth and soul; a short 
film. 1 v. © Victor Laws on 
Hulslander; 70ct71; DU81646 . 



HUMPHREY, CATHARINE D. 

Vignettes de la Reine Marie 
Antoinette; by Kit Humphrey. 
1 v. Five acts. A script. 
© Catharine D. Humphrey (Mrs. George 
Humphrey); 6Jul71; C25453 ■ 

HUMPHREY, MRS. GEORGE. See HUMPHREY, 
CATHARINE D. 

HUNT, APRIL ZELIKA. 

Fragments. See HUNT, JUDITH SEGARD. 



HUNT, JUDITH SEGARD. 

Fragments; a drama in one act. 15 1- 
© Judith Segard Hunt & April Zelika 
Hunt; 23Aug71; DU81281. 



HUNTER, ELSIE T. 

Atlantis has been found; by Lorraine 
Hunter. 23 1. Screenplay. 
© Lorraine Hunter; 9Sep70; DP7761 . 

HUNTER, LORRAINE. See HUNTER, ELSIE T. 



HURD, MICHAEL. 

Mr. Punch; an operatic entertainment 
for young people. London, Novello. 
28 p. Libretto. © Novello & Co., 
Ltd.; lSep71; DFO-1847. 



HURLEY, JAMES F. 

The psychic. 72 1. Screenplay. 

© James F. Hurley; 26jul71; DU80895 . 



HURLEY, WALTER V. 

Never? Well, hardly ever! Let's flip- 
Bv Walter V. Hurley & Robert Bradley. 
25 1 A play in 2 acts. © Walter 
V. Hurley & Robert Bradley; 21Dec71; 
DU82055 • 



ICI. See INSURANCE CAREERS INSTITUTE, 
INC. 



HURT, MARY LEONARD. 
God is not dead. 
JANET. 



See LITHERLAND, 



HUXLEY, DAVID. 

The seven-year friend; a drama in one 
act. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
21 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
17Sep71; DP7791- 



HYDE, BRIAN COLIN. 

Gas pump directors; movie script 
written by Steve Hyde. 2d draft. . 
81 1. © Steve Hyde; l4jul71; 
DU80766. 
Lassoo the stars; a country music 
game show written by Steve Hyde. 
23 1. Script. © Steve Hyde; 
290ct71; C25925- 
Petticoat commandos; a pilot script 
for a one hour comedy television 
series idea, written by Steve Hyde. 
1st draft. 86 1. © Steve Hyde; 
l4jul71; DU80767. 

HYDE, STEVE. See HYDE, BRIAN COLIN. 

HYNAM, JOHN. 

Trap; a play for nine women. London, 
S. French. 35 P- (French's 
acting edition) © Samuel French, 
Ltd.; 12Jun69; DF2117 . 



ICIS S A 

M-J. 'see VINCENZONI, 



LUCIANO. 



IMC INTERNATIONAL, INC. 

Group lessons for piano; for use in 
the console system. 1 v. 
37 tape recording scripts . © IMC 
International, Inc.; 17Sep71; 
C25702. 
Lessons for private piano and organ; 
for use in the console system. 
1 v. 40 tape recording scripts. 
©IMC International, Inc.; 17Sep71; 

c 257 03. 

IBSEN, HENRIK. 

A menace to society. See SHORT, 

ROBERT PRICE. 
Peer Gynt; play in five acts. Edited 
by James Walter McFarlane; English 
version by Christopher Fry; based on 
a literal translation by Johan Fil- 
linger. New York, Oxford University 
Press. 16§ p. (The Oxford Ibsen) 
(A Galaxy book, 336) ' NM: transla- 
tion & versification. © Cef plays, 
Ltd.; 17Sep70; DP7810. 
When we dead awaken; a dramatic epi- 
logue in three acts; translated by 
Michael Feingold. 1 v. © Michael 
E. Feingold; 13Sep71; DU81300. 

ICARUS PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Carnal knowledge. See FEIFFER, JULES. 

ILLICA, LUIGI. 

La boheme. See BAILEY, ANNE HOWARD. 

IMLER, KATHRYN ANN. 

Feathertop; by Kathy Imler.- The 
musical adaptation of Feathertop, 
by Nathaniel Hawthorne. 2 v. 
Two acts. NM: additions. © Kathryn 
Ann Imler; 20Sep71; DU81182. 

IMPROVTSATIONAL THEATRE PROJECT. 
Stories for presentation. See 

CENTER THEATRE GROUP OF LOS ANGELES. 

INCLAN, RAMON DEL VALLE- . See 
VALLE-INCLAN, RAMON DEL. 

INDIA MUSIC, INC. 

Cheech and Chong. See MARIN, RICHARD. 

INNERARITY, WAYNE. 

Rose Lee Simpson, I928-I956. See 
MCMANUS, FRED. 

INSTITUTE OF MUSIC & MOTIVATION, INC. 
Bassoon lessons. No. 1-8. 1 v. (New 
dimensions in sound S- thought) Tape 
scripts. © Institute of Music S- 
Motivation, Inc.; 20Sep71; C258?2. 
Cornet lessons. No. 1-8. 1 v. (New 
dimensions in sound & thought) Tape 
scripts. © Institute of Music S- 
Motivation, Inc.; 20Sep71; C25831. 
Percussion lessons. No. 1-8. (New 
dimensions in sound 5- thought) Tape 
scripts. © Institute of Music St 
Motivation, Inc.; 20Sep71; C25833. 
Saxophone lessons. No. 1-8. (New 

dimensions in sound «- thought) Tape 
scripts. © Institute of Music S- 
Motivation, Inc.; 20Sep71; C25834 . 

INSURANCE CAREERS INSTITUTE, INC. 

Private passenger automobile. Lesson 
1. 1 v. Script. Appl. ti.: Fire & 
casualty insurance rating. © (ICI) 
Insurance Careers Institute, Inc.; 
22Sep71; C26153. 

THE INTENSE FAMILY. 

Requiem. See SILLINGS, JOHN. 

INTERNATIONAL LEARNING SYSTEMS, LTD. 
Giant step. See DYKSTRA, GERALD. 



IPPOLITO, CHARLES J. 

Strange birds. 102 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Charles J. Ippolito; 
19Jul71; DU80801. 

IRELAND, AMONA. . 

Two In one hand. 8 1. A play in 4 
acts. © Amona Ireland; 100ct71; 
DU8156O . 

IRIE, TOMOYASU. 

The heritage of a busybody; a play in 
one act; translated from the Japa- 
nese by Cinna, pseud, of Michael 
John Simon Flinn. 20 1. © Tomoyasu 
Irie; 50ct71; DU81316. 

IRISH, HAROLD A. 

Culloden; an original musical by Hal 
Irish. 2 v. Two acts. © Hal Irish; 
Uul71; DP7720. 

IRVING, WASHINGTON. 

The legend of Sleepy Hollow. See 
HO LETS, GEORGE CARL. 

ISACSON, BRUCE. 

The beautiful people. 1 v. Screen- 
play. © Bruce Isacson; l6Aug71; 
DU81075 . 

ISIMINGER, DOUGLAS. 

Mister Somebody. See KOLDYS, MARK 
EDWARD . 



IZUMO, TAKEDA. 

Chushingura (The treasury of loyal 
retainers) ; a puppet play, by Takeda 
Izumo, Kiyoshi Shoraku 8c Namaki 
Senryu. Translated by Donald Keene. 
New York, Columbia University Press. 
183 p. Eleven acts. (UNESCO col- 
lection of representative works. 
Japanese series) (A Columbia paper- 
back, no. 114) © on translations not 
done under contract with U.S. Office 
of Education, foreword, pref. & bib- 
liography. © Columbia University 
Press; 28Apr71; A252459. 



J 



J & J, INC., pseud. 

The deeds of Martha Scofield, by J & J, 
Inc., pseud, of Joy Linder S- 
Jacqueline LeMay. 1 v. A play in 
4 acts. © Joy Linder &■ Jacqueline 
LeMay; 40ct71; DU8l466. 

JACKSON, CLARK JOHN. 

Reflections in a glass; a play on the 
effect of alcoholism on the family. 
33 1. Includes lyrics for 2 songs. 
Appl. states prev. reg. NM: 
revisions. © Clark John Jackson; 
120ct71; DU81350. 
Reflections in the glass; a play on the 
effect of alcoholism on family. 
24 1. Appl. ti.: Reflection in the 
glass. © Clark John Jackson; 
26JU171; DU80891. 

JACKSON, JOHN. 

Hostage. 27 1. Three scenes. 

From the story by C . S . Forester . 
Appl. states prev. reg. July 1954, 
AI43496. NM: dramatization. 
© John Jackson; 20ct71; DP7854. 

JACKSON, LOUIS. 

Black power; A teleplay. 1 v. In- 
cludes music for 2 songs. Appl. 
states music & lyrics prev. reg. as 
Holy roll, by Louis Jackson, Ltd., 
1966, EU928161, & pub. as Lift ev'ry 
voice and sing, by J. W. & J. R. 
Johnson, 1900. © Louis Jackson 
d.b.a. Chief Great Smoke Music Co.; 
l8Nov71; DU81728. 

JACKSON (LOUIS) LTD. 

Black power. See JACKSON, LOUIS. 



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JACKSON, ROBERT LOUIS. 

The zero box. 43 1. A play In 5 
scenes. © Robert Louis Jackson; 
27Dec71; DU82096. 

JACOBS, KIMBALL LEE. 

Spencer Jackson; a play In one act. 
14 1. © Kimball Lee Jacobs; lSep71; 
DU81206 . 

JACOBSON, DAN. 

Goldrocks and the three bears. See 

JACOBSON, GENE. 

JACOBSON, GENE. 

Goldrocks and the three bears; origi- 
nal screenplay. 8th draft, Nov. 29, 
1971. 127 1. Based on a story by 
Dan Jacobson. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 28jan71, DU79254. NM: revis- 
ions. © Gene Jacobson; J0Dec71; 
DU82118. 

JACOBY, JOSEPH. 

Hurry up or I'll be thirty; screenplay 
by Joseph Jacoby & David Wiltse; 
based on the original story by 
Joseph Jacoby. 2d draft. Ill 1. 
Appl. author: Cinegroup Co., employ- 
er for hire. © Cinegroup Co.; 
70ct71; DU81759. 

JAFPE, BARBARA. 

Catch a man where. See WOODALL, 
ANN. 

JAFFE, BRIAN M. 

The vixen; a play in one act. 1 v. 
© Brian M. Jaffe; 40ct71; DU81276. 

JAKES, JOHN. 

One family, some friends. See 

MARTIN, GILBERT M. 
Stranger with roses; a science fiction 
entertainment in one act; based on 
the author's short story. 37 1- 
NM: dramatization & additions. 
© John Jakes; 1Nov71; DU81669. 

JAMES, ANTHONY, pseud. See ANTHONY, 
JAMES. 

JAMES, BARBARA. 

The house that hate built; a three 
act play with music. 70 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Barbara 
James; 7Jun71; DP7781. 

JAMES, CORTLAND. 

Brother to brother. 8 1. A play in 
1 act. Includes music for 1 song. 
© Yoke-Free Productions; 17Aug71; 
DU81096 . 



JAMES, MRS. DAVID C. 
ELIZABETH ANN. 



See JAMES, 



JAMES, ELIZABETH ANN. 

Sparky and Dousit save the day. See 
RAGOUZIS, DOROTHY ELMA. 

JAMES, JESSICA. 

Sawney Beane; a screenplay by Jessica 
James 5: Marlta Simpson. 68 1. 
© Marita Simpson & Jessica James; 
lDec71; DU81919. 

JANATA, THOMAS ARTHUR. 

Hope of the flowers; an original 
screenplay & lyrics by Grant Craw- 
ford, pseud. 143 1. Includes 
lyrics for 1 song. © Thomas Arthur 
Janata; 20Jul71; DU80827 . 
Mushrooms forever; an original screen- 
play «■ lyrics by Grant Crawford, 
pseud. 132 1. © Thomas Arthur 
Janata; l80ct71; DU81358. 

JANZ, MILDRED. 

The temptations of Toussaint (The 

opening) A screenplay by Milli Janz. 
67 1. © Milli Janz; 9Dec71; DU8l844 . 

JARNAGIN, RICHARD MARCH HOE. 

Captain Witehead; a comedy. 77 1. 
Three acts . © Richard March Hoe 
Jarnagin; 9Dec71; DU81960. 



JARZAB, LEONARD. 

Promote mutual respect. Sheet. 
© Leonard Jarzab; lDec71; C26121. 

JASKIEWICZ, TOM J. 

Happily after. See FORDYCE, DIANA 
DORER. 

JAY, WILLARD M., JR. 

Don't worry about being black. Sheet. 
© Willard M. Jay, Jr.; 30Aug71; 
C25607. 

JEANNINE, SISTER, S.S.N.D. See 
GRAMICK, JEANNINE, SISTER. 

JEFFERS, ROBINSON. 

The double axe. See WENZEL, THOMAS. 

JENCKES, JOSEPH S., JR. 

Don't mind Oscar; a farce in one act 
by Jos. S. Jenckes, Jr. 36 1. 
© Estate of Jos. S. Jenckes, Jr.; 
16JU171; DU80822. 

JENCKES, JOSEPH S., JR., ESTATE OF. 
Don't mind Oscar. See JENCKES, 
JOSEPH S . , JR . 

JENKINS, HARRY. 

A. B.C., Adultery Bacillus Corporation; 
a comedy. 86 1 . A play in 3 acts. 
© Harry Jenkins; 12Jul71; DU8C749. 

JENKINS, WILLIAM CLEMONS . 

God's little miracle; a daily Christ- 
ian serial. Program no. 1-10. 1 v. 
Ten plays . © William demons 
Jenkins; 19Jul71; DU80876. 

JENNINGS (ROBERT G. ) CORP. 

Adventures in food. Program no.6l. 
3 1. Script. © Robert G. Jennings 
Corp.; 30JU171; C25546. 
Cooking can be fun. Script no. 2: 
Dinner tonight in Europe. 5 1. 
© Robert G. Jennings Corp.; 
30JU171; C25545. 
Formula for beauty. Sheet. Script. 
© Robert G. Jennings Corp.; 30Jul71; 
C25543- 
Giving the gift of happiness. Pro- 
gram no. 161. 4 1. Script. 
© Robert G. Jennings Corp.; 
30JU171; C25541. 
Knowledge mod style. Program no. 721. 
Sheet. Script. © Robert G. 
Jennings Corp.; 30JU171; C25542. 
Let's talk baby. 3 1. Script. 
© Robert G. Jennings Corp.; 
30Jul71; C25544. 
Today's first lady. Script no. 101. 
3 1. © Robert G. Jennings Corp.; 
13Aug71; C25605. 
Up to the minute. Program no. 43: 
The mysteries of Red China. 3 1. 
Script. © Robert G. Jennings Corp.; 
30JU171; C25547. 

JENSEN, JAMES C. 

Sickle cell anemia: paradox of neglect. 
Audio transcript of TV documentary. 
33 1. © West Michigan Telecasters, 
Inc.; 22Jun71; C25468. 

JENSEN, NEIL J. 

The emissary; a one act play. 36 1. 

© N. J. Jensen; 23Aug71; DU81131- 
When I say clap, everyone applaud; 
a play by N. J. Jensen. 117 1. 
Two acts. © N. J. Jensen; 20Jul71; 
DU80825 . 



JENSEN, ROBERT. 

The unparalleled truths'. A talk of the 
Bible. 14 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1961. NM: revision. © Robert 
Jensen; 120ct71; C26099- 



JESSEL, RAY. 

Valentino! A musical; book, music & 
lyrics by Ray Jessel. 65 1. Fif- 
teen scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© Ray Jessel; 17Aug71; DU80908. 



JETT, JUDITH. 

The commitment; a screenplay adapted 
by Judith 5: Vivienne Jett from their 
novel of the same name. 96 1- 
© Judith Jett & Vivienne Jett; 
15Nov71; DU81771. 

JETT, VIVIENNE. 

The commitment. See JETT, JUDITH. 

JISI, VINCENT. 

Mrs. Brlkel's proposed demise, by 
Buddy Jisi. 22 1. A play in 3 
scenes. © Vincent "Buddy" Jisi; 
27Sep71; DU81528. 

JOBAH, INC. 

Super nigger. See HENRY, JOHN. 

JOBETE MUSIC CO., INC. 

The day basketball was saved. See 
ANGELOS, WILLIAM BILL. 

JOHN, MARY. 

The countess. See ERNOTTE, ANDRE. 

JOHNSON, BARBARA. 

Las posadas; a Christmas program. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 22 p. 
English. Includes music & lyrics 
for 1 song. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
l8Aug71; DP7801. 

JOHNSON, BEN. 

Every man in his humour. Edited by 
J. W. Lever. A parallel-text 
ed. of the 1601 quarto & the 1616 
folio. Lincoln, University of 
Nebraska Press. 296 p. (Regents 
Renaissance drama series) 
NM: introd., annotation & compila- 
tion. © University of Nebraska 
Press; 40ct71; A279485. 

JOHNSON, CHARLES RONALD. 

Reclaiming their own. See JOHNSON, 
HERSHELL LEE. 

JOHNSON, CRANE. 

The locusts. 77 P- Two acts. 
© Crane Johnson; lMay71; DP7740. 

JOHNSON, ELISSA WARD. 

Come Friday. 72 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Elissa Ward Johnson; 22Nov71; 
DU81815 . 

JOHNSON, GARY. 

Brother George goes to the monas- 
tery. See MUDON, WILLIAM. 

JOHNSON, HERSHELL LEE. 

Reclaiming their own; an original 
screenplay by H. L. Johnson & 
Charles Johnson. 59 1. © Charles 
Ronald Johnson & Hershell Lee 
Johnson; 28Jul71; DU80914. 

JOHNSON, HUMPHREY W. 

Jocasta. 155 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Humphrey W. Johnson; 1Ndv71; 
DU82071. 

JOHNSON, J. R. 

Black power. See JACKSON, LOUIS. 

JOHNSON, J. W. 

Black power. See JACKSON, LOUIS. 

JOHNSON, JACK PATTERSON. 

To be. 112 1. A screenplay. 

© Jack Patterson Johnson; 29Jul71; 
DU80925 . 

JOHNSON, JAMES. 

A song of triumph; a contemporary 
commentary on the Christ message; 
words & music by James Johnson, 
arrangements by Augsburg students. 
93 1. © James Johnson; 19Aug71; 
DU81111 . 

JOHNSON, JAMES WELDON. 

Five trombones in action. See 
TURNER, C. LEE. 



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July-Dec. 



, PAUL. 
Face to face with Mr. Pollution; 
Michael J. Smlt , 
Paul Johnson. 2 v. A muni a] 
play. Mi hael J. Smit & Paul 

Johnson; l6UovYl; DU81V . 

JOHNSON, RICHARD BEESON. 

Soul and the Samurai. See MORITA, 
PATRICK N. 

JOHNSON, VERNON E. 

Rise up brother! A black musical about 
black survival. 27 1. Eight scenes. 
Book only. © Vernon E. Johnson; 
220ct71; DU81523. 

JOHNSON, WALTER. 
Pre-Inferno plays. 
AUGUST. 



JURIST, IRMA. 

Song of life; a quizzical musical 
journey in two acts. 1 v. 

;rma Jurist; 28Sep71; DU81582. 



See STRINDBERG, 



JOHNSTON, ANDREW LAWSON. 

The audition; a play with music. By 
Sean Patrick Vincent; music by 
Andrew Lawson Johnston. London, 
S. French. 51 p. (French's acting 
edition) Book & lyrics only. 
© Professional Men, Ltd.; 12Jun69; 
DF2125- 

JONATHAN, BROTHER, O.S.F. 

E*v*e*r*y*m*a*n and roach; an epic- 
rock opera by Brother Jonathan, 
O.S.F. & Geraldine Fitzgerald. 60 1. 
Book a- lyrics only. © Geraldine 
Fitzgerald «■ Brother Jonathan, 
O.S.F.; 80ct71; DU81302. 

JONES, BILLY R. 

The greatest Christmas ever; word 
& adaptation of music. Sheet. 
© Odessa Music Co.; 24Sep71; 
025695 • 



JONES, JEANETTE, pseud. 
HELEN. 



See BUELL, 



JONES. KENNETH W. 

The impossible politician; a dramatic 
comedy in two acts by Gregory Ken- 
yon, pseud. 81 1. © Kenneth W. 
Jones; 17Dec71; DU82030 . 

JONES, ROBERT GUILFORD. 

Through black and back, by Robert G. 
Jones (Gill Ford, pseud.) 59 1. 
A play in 3 phases. © Robert 
Guilford Jones; 120ct71; DU81521. 

JONES, STARR WEST. 

No prayer for peace. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Starr West Jones; 28oct71; 
DU81727. 

JONES, TOM R. 

Two original plays. I'll tell you 
tomorrow; The ice cream social. 
Ann Arbor, University Microfilm 
Library Services. Microfilm. 
(Doctoral dissertation series) 
NM: editorial revision of & addi- 
tions to I'll tell you tomorrow. 
© Tom R. Jones; 30Apr71; DP77I7. 

JONES, WALTER. 

Fast black; screenplay by Walter Jones 
& Cherrilyn Miles. 87 1. © Cherri- 
lyn Miles & Walter Jones; l80ct71; 
DU81558. 
Nigger nitemare; a ritual in one act. 
39 1. Appl. ti.: Nigger nightmare. 
© Walter Jones; 1Nov71; DU81663. 

JORDAN, PHILIP HARDING. 

Shakespeare's secret. Sheet. © Philip 
Harding Jordan; 8Dec71; C26137 . 

JORGENSEN, LARRY D. 

Prince Peach Boy. See STARR, MARIE. 

JORY, JON. 

Tricks. See BLATT, JERRY. 

JUNALUSKA, ARTHUR S. 

The eye of the mind. 97 1. A screen- 
play. © Arthur S. Junaluska; 
60ct71; DU81486. 



K 



KCET COMMUNITY TELEVISION OF SOUTHERN 
CALIFORNIA. 

The advocates. See WGBH EDUCATIONAL 
FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

K.R.M. ASSOCIATES. 

La visite. See PIERCE, REGIIIA. 

KTSB (TELEVISION STATION) TOPEKA, KAN. 
See STUDIO BROADCASTING SYSTEM. 

KACHINSKE, TIMOTHY CHARLES. 

Death dance for three: an interroga- 
tion; a one -act play by Timothy 
Kachinske & Gary Kruchowski. (In 
The Last literary supplement, UMD 
statesman, Nov. 1971, P-5) © Timothy 
Kachinske & Gary Kruchowski; 24Nov71; 
DP7875 • 

KAHANE, ERIC. 

C'etait hier. See PINTER, HAROLD. 

KAHIN, BRIAN. 

The dead of winter; screenplay. 1st 
draft. 92 1. © Brian Kahin; 
I80ct71; DU81556. 
Wally of the West; screenplay. 71 1- 
© Brian Kahin; 9Jul71; DU80724. 

KAHN, DAVID FRED. 

Andella Bloom; or, A company of lovers. 
68 1. A play in 2 acts. © David 
Fred Kahn; 22Sep71; DU81377. 

KAIRYS, ANATOLI JUS. 

Curriculum vitae; a comical tragedy 
in two acts by Anatole Kairys . 
From the Lithuanian, translated by 
A. Milukas. 87 p. Appl. states 
prev. pub. NM: English translation. 
© Anatole Kairys; l4Aug71; DP7862. 

KAKELAND PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Happy 100. Sheet. Script. © Kake- 

land Productions, Inc.; 25Aug71; 
C25642. 

KALE, BETTY. 

Luncheon is being served; a one-act 
play. 8 1. © Betty Kale; 23Jul71; 
DU80847 . 

KALMAN, EMMERICH. 

Die Zirkusprinzessin; operette in 
drei Akten von Julius Brammer und 
Alfred Gruenwald . Neubearbeitung 
von Fritz Fischer, Musik von 
Emmerich Kalman. London, Octava 
Music Co. 52 p. Libretto. Appl. 
states prev. reg. & pub., 26Mar26, 
D26956. NM: modernization of text 
& lyrics. © Octava Music Co., Ltd.; 
31Dec56; DF2129. 

KAMERMAN, SYLVIA E., ed. 

Dramatized folk tales of the world. 
Boston, Plays. 575 p. NM: compila- 
tion, adapting &■ editing. © Plays, 
Inc.; HJun71; A256538. 

KAMINSKY, HOWARD. 

Mishap. See SIMS, BENNETT. 

KAMP, IRENE KITTLE. 

Red barn at sunset; a play in two acts. 
1 v. © Irene Kittle Kamp; 23Sep71; 
DU81390. 



KANIN, MICHAEL. 

M'lord and lady; an adaptation of Sir 
John Vanbrugh's The provok'd wife; 
renewed & refreshed ... by Michael 
Kanin & Ben Starr. 1 v. © Michael 
Kanin & Ben Starr; 23Nov71; C26067. 



KAPLA ., 

Le collier de Ptyx; cine-roman. Paris. 
Chez Jean- Jacques Pauvert. 140 1. 

:elly Kaplan 4 Jean-Jacques 
Pauvert; 20May71; DF2090. 

KARCHMER, ANDREA RITA. 
Children crossing; a pis 

1 v. Includes lyrics for 1 song. 

- jrea Pita Ksrchmer;' 27Jul71; 
DU80719- 

KAROLY, MARY JULIA. 

The divine tragedy; or, Paradise, pur- 
gatory and Pentagon. A fantasy in 
three acts. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 8May70, DU77073- : - 
ditions a revisions. © Mary Julia 
Karoly; 4Aug71; DU80974. 

KASANDRA, JOHN, pseud. See ANDEF ' 
JOHN. 

KATES, ALLEN. 

Rosemary's junkyard; a live cartoon. 
Pilot script, Apr. 23, 1971. 1 v. 
Television play in 3 acts. © Allen 
Kates; 12Jul71; DU80846. 

KATZ, ALBERT M . 

The Moebus ring; libretto and play- 
script. 52 1. Three acts. 
© Albert M. Katz; 26jul71; DU80892. 

KAUFMAN, FLORENCE AQUINO. 

The winner! Scholastic Book Services. 
91 p. Two acts. (Scope play series 
© Florence Aquino Kaufman; 150ct71; 
A285639- 

KAUFMAN, GHERSEN. 

The imaginary birds. 4 1. Monolog. 
© Ghersen Kaufman; 26Nov71; C26105. 

KAUFMAN, HERBERT. 

The return; a play in two acts. 

112 p. © Herbert Kaufman; 17Sep71; 
DU81344 . 

KAYATTA, GEORGE N. 

The mud war. See MLR FILMS, INC. 

KEATON, BENJAMIN. 

Jenny Wiley; a new musical. Music by 
Benjamin Keaton, book & lyrics by 
Mitch Douglas . 1 v . Two acts . 
Appl. states prev. reg. I6H0 
DU78605. NM: additions & revisions. 
© C. Mitchell Douglas & Benjamin 
Keaton; 30Aug71; DU81192. 

KEENE, DONALD. 

Chushingura. See IZUMO, TAKEDA. 

KEENEY, C. H. 

The lawful Mr. Bean; musical version. 
179 1. Three acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © C. H. Keeney; 6jan72; 
DU81981 . 

KEITH, WILLIAM HARVEY. 

Run children run; a play in three acts 
by Robert Elston & Harvey Keith. 
1 v. © Harvey Keith & Robert Elston 
l4Dec71; DU82077. 

KEITHLEY, DAVID ARVIN, JR. 

The tragedy of Abram Jules; the story 
of a man, his life, his love, his 
career; a play in six scenes. 
1st authorized author's ed . 24 1. 
© David Arvin Keithley, Jr.; 12Jul71; 
DU80751. 

KELLEHERj PAUL RAMSAY. 

The other side of the hill; or, Raven 
Jones; original screenplay. 105 1- 
© Paul Ramsay Kelleher; 16Nov71; 
DU81603 . 



KELLER, CARL SCHUBERT, JR. 

For the birds. 16 1. A screenplay. 
© Carl Schubert Keller, Jr.; 
I40ct71; DU81620. 






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151 



KELLER, DAVID NEAL. 

Appalachia. 118 1. A musical play 
in 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
©David Neal Keller; oDec71; DU81752. 

KELLER, FLORENCE J. 

The El and Flo talk show. See 
KEMPF, ELINOR V. 

KELLER, SHELDON. 

The Jewish American princess. See 
BOOKER, BOB. 

KELLY, MARTIN P. 

The awakening; a play in two acts. 
1 v. © Martin P. Kelly; 21Jun71; 
DP7778. 

KELLY, MARY PAT. 

Ready. 22 1. A screenplay. © Mary 
Pat Kelly; 27Sep71; DU81409. 

KELLY, TIM. 

The deceitful marriage; a comedy in one 
act after Miguel Cervantes' El matri- 
monio enganoso. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 19 p. (Baker's royalty 
plays) © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
ep71j DP7818. 
Ladies of the tower; a drama in one 
act. Dramatic Pub. Co. 25 p. 
© Tim Kelly; 5Nov71; DP7850. 
West of Pecos; a full-length play. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 78 p. 
Three acts. © Tim Kelly; 80ct71; 
DP7820 . 

KELLY, W. C. 

Mr. President; a new comedy in three 
acts. 1 v. © W. C. Kelly; 
27Sep71; DU8141J. 

KELTZ, MARTHA. 

Emmenberger; a short play in three 
scenes. 1 v. © Martha Keltz; 
12Jul71; DU80746. 

KEMPF, ELINOR V. 

The El and Flo talk show; script by 
Elinor V. Kempf & Florence J. 
Keller. Tape 2, side 1. 1 v. 
Five parts. © Elinor V. Kempf & 
Florence J. Keller; l6jul71; 
025*177 . 

KENNEY, FRANCIS L. , JR. 

The law schools' disadvantaged second 
and third year students: a study of 
faculty neglect. 105 1. © Francis 
L. Kenney, Jr.; 26Nov71; C26218. 

KENNEY, ROBERT E. 

The singing boy. See DIAMOND, 
LEONARD. 

KENNY, SHIRLEY STRUM. 

The plays of Richard Steele. See 
STEELE, SIR RICHARD. 

KENT, MARGARET B. 

Marriage course. Lecture 1-3. 1 v. 
© Margaret B. Kent; 10ct71; C25686. 

KENYATTA, DAMON, pseud. See BRAZWELL, 
DAMON W., JR. 



KENYON, GREGORY, pseud. 
KENNETH W. 



See JONES, 



KEOHANE, JOHN MICHAEL. 

Flying is for the birds. 3 1. Mono- 
log. © John Michael Keohane; 
3Aug71; C25685. 

How to make a photographer snap at 
you; comedy monolog no. 3. 4 1. 
© John Michael Keohane; 150ct71; 
C25931. 

The musical alphabet; business ad- 
dress, no.l. it 1. © John Michael 
keohane; 29Dec71; C26252. 

The show business mass; comedy imper- 
sonation monolog no.l. 2 1. © John 
Michael Keohane; 150ct71; C25929. 



The three foot man marrying the seven 
foot woman; comedy sketch, no. 3. 
20 1. © John Michael Keohane; 
29Dec71; C26251. 
The WHAT-FM WAX-AM top ten tunes of 
today; comedy sketch no. 2. 
© John Michael Keohane; 150ct71; 
C25 " 

KERR, ANITA. 

Interludes; from Anita Kerr's 
Christmas story LP. 2 sheets. 
Interludes 1-8. © Grob Music Co.; 
150ct71; C25756. 
The little world of Don Camillo. 
See WIENER, DOROTHY. 

KERR, HOWARD. See CONGRESS OF WONDERS. 

KERRICK, WALTER D. 

Chattanooga; the Civil War; teleplay 
by Anthony Scott King, pseud. 
2nd draft. 42 1. © Walter D. 
Kerrick; 27Dec71; DU8197O. 

KESPERT, CHARLES W., III. 

Tandems. 62 1. A play. © Charles 

Kespert; 10ct71; DU81457 . 
Visitations. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Charles Kespert; 10ct71; DU81456. 

KEY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

God, Man. See KOEHNEKE, RICHARD. 
Sing, little cantor. See SCHROEDER. 
JOHN E. ' 

KIEPENHEUER & WITSCH, VERLAG. 

Magic afternoon. See BAUER, WOLFGANG. 

KILCULLEN, AUSTIN. 

Halligan's halo; by Paul Gerard 

Smith, adapted by Austin Kilcullen. 
1 v. A play in 2 acts. © Austin 
Kilcullen & Paul Gerard Smith, Jr.; 
12Aug71; DU81348. 

KIMBALL, BART. 

Mute lake; original screenplay. 
200 1. © Bart Kimball; 24Sep71; 
DU81392. 

KINCAID, TIM. 

The female response; by Tim Kincaid & 
David Newburge . 55 1. A screen- 
play. ©Response Co.; 6Dec71; 
DU81940. 

KIND, FRIEDRICH. 

Der Freischuetz. See WEBER, CARL 
MARIA VON. 



KING, ANTHONY SCOTT, pseud. 
KERRICK, WALTER D. 



See 



KING, JONATHAN J. 

The conquistadores. See DOBROVOLSKY, 
JOHN P. 

KING, MARTIN LUTHER, JR. 

Speech, New York mobilization against 
the war in Vietnam, Central Park, 
New York, New York, April 15, 1967 
See KING, MARTIN LUTHER, JR., 
ESTATE OF. 

KING, MARTIN LUTHER, JR., ESTATE OF. 
Speech, New York mobilization against 
the war in Vietnam, Central Park, 
New York, New York, April 15, 1967 . 
By Martin Luther King, Jr. 9 1. 
Appl. ti.: Speech NY mobilization. 
© Estate of Martin Luther King, Jr.; 
210ct71; C25917. 



KING, PHILIP. 

Big, bad mouse 1 A farce by Philip 
King & Falkland L. Cary, based on 
an idea by Ivan Butler. London, 
S. French. 65 p- (French's 
acting edition) Two acts. 
© Philip King & Falkland L. Cary; 
9Apr69; DF2IO3. 



Dark Lucy; a play by Philip King & 
Parnell Bradbury. London, New York, 
S. French. 69 p. (French's acting 
edition) Three acts. © Philip 
King 4 Parnell Bradbury; l4jul71: 
DFO-1844. 

Go bang your tambourine; a play. 

London, S. French. 85 p. (French's 
acting edition) Three acts. 
Philip King; 10Mar70; DF2110. 

So far, no further; a play. London, 
New York, S. French. 66 p. 
(French's acting edition) Three 
acts. © Philip King; 21Jun71; 
DFO-1842. 

KING, SARA JEAN. 

Moon cheese bits; a moon phantasy; 
a comedy drama with epilogue; by 
Sara Jean King & Wynona Wynn. 
40 1. © Sara Jean King & Wynona 
Wynn; 2Dec71; DU81929. 

KINKELA, CHRISTOPHER. 

The American fantasy? or, Word plays 
seem to be coming apart; or, Is it 
all really one long bad joke. 
A screenplay. 1 v. © Christopher 
Kinkela; 210ct71; DU81589. 

KIPLING, RUB YARD. 

Just so stories. See ROSS, IRMA 
JEANNE. 

KIPLINGER WASHINGTON EDITORS, INC. 
Money talks. (Changing times radio) 
Radio scripts. © Kiplinger Washing- 
ton Editors, Inc. 
M-9 (9119) © 29Sep71; C25876. 
M-lO-9120. © 29Sep71; C25698. 
M-ll-9121. © 29Sep71; C25699. 
M-12 (9122) © 29Sep71; C25874. 
M-13 (9123) © 29Sep71; C25875. 
M-14 (9124) © 29Sep71; 025877. 
M-15 (1203) © 8Dec71; C26: 
M-lo (1204) © 8Dec71; C26074 . 
M-17 (1205) © 8Dec71; C26072. 
M-18 (1206) © 8Dec71; C26075. 

KIRBY, E. CAROLYN. 

The legend of the lotus blossom; an 
operetta adapted for animation. 
1 v. © Carolyn Kirby; 23Aug71; 
DU81133. 

KIRBY, MICHAEL. 

Futurist performance. With manifestos 
& playscripts translated from the 
Italian by Victoria Nes Kirby. 1st 
ed. New York, Dutton. 335 p. 
© Michael Kirby; 3Sep71; A275565. 
© on translations of manifestos & 
playscripts in Appendix; Victoria 
Nes Kirby; 3Sep71; A275566. 



KIRBY, VICTORIA NES. 
Futurist performance. 
MICHAEL. 



See KIRBY, 



KIRKPATRICK, JOHN. 

Kiss me quick, I'm double-parked; 
a farce in one act. New York, 
S. French. 29 p. Appl. author: 
Samuel French, Inc . , employer for 
hire. © Samuel French, Inc.; 
3Jun68; DP7767. 

She was a lazy witch; a fantasy in one 
act. New York, S. French. 29 p. 
Appl. author: Samuel French, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 8Aug68; DP7769. 

KIRSTEN, JACK. 

New Jersey law journal audio digest. 
Recording scripts. © New Jersey 
Law Journal Audio Digest, Inc. 
Aug. 1971 ed. © 26JU171; C25574. 

KITTLE, KAY L. 

Life is what you make it. See 
MAY, JAMES I. 

KLEIN, BESSIE B. 

American primitive. See GIBSON, 
WILLIAM. 



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July-Dec. 



KLEIN, MARTIN L. 

Lectures in applied writing. 1 v. 
© Martin L. Klein; 22JU171; C25401. 

KLEIN, SAMUEL. 

Health ' s-a-poppin' ; by Samuel Klein & 
Bill Bertenshaw. Radio program 
no 1 Sheet. © Samuel Klein & Bill 
Bertenshaw; 50Aug71; C25649- 

KLEINER/ ARTHUR. 

The first twenty years of film music, 
from Saint-Saens to Schostakovich, 
1908-1928. 14 1. Script. 
"© Arthur Kleiner; lSep71; C25655. 

KLEINMAN, ISADOR I. 

Papa; an original comedy play. 7^ 1. 
Two acts. © Isador I. Kleinman; 
HAug71; DU81038. 

KLITOU, GEORGE. 

Cool tombs for losers. 37 1. Screen- 
play. © George Klitou; 8Sep71; 
DU81255 . 

KNIGHT, ELAINE. 

The actor; a play in 2 acts. 63 1. 
© Elaine Knight; 30Sep71; DU81450. 

KNOBEL, PHILIP HERMAN. 

Mr. Moon; a play in 3 acts. 1 v. 
© Philip Herman Knobel; lDec71; 
DU81910 . 



KNOX, GEORGE. 

Buddha, Confucius, Christ. 
HARTMANN, SADAKICHI. 



See 



KOCH, WILLIAM HENRY, JR. 

The assassin. 78 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© William H. Koch, Jr.; 6Jul71; 
DU80687 . 

KOEHNEKE, RICHARD. 

God, man! A contemporary opera on the 
Resurrection; libretto by John E. 
Schroeder, musical score by Richard 
Koehneke. 1 v. Six scenes. © Key 
Productions, Inc.; 19Aug71; DU81248. 

KOESIS, ROBERT. 

Me Jack you Jill; a new play. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Robert Koesis; 
l4Dec71; DU81998. 



KOHAN, ALAN BUZ. 

The day basketball was saved. 
ANGELOS, WILLIAM BILL. 



See 



KOLDYS, MARK EDWARD. 

Mister Somebody; a musical Christmas 
fable by Douglas Isiminger; music 
by Mark Koldys; lyrics by Isiminger 
& Koldys. 2 v. A play. © Douglas 
Isiminger & Mark Koldys; 2Dec71; 
DU81926 . 



KOOLHAAS, ANTON. 

Don't do it, Snowwhite. 
JACK PRESTON. 



See HELD, 



K00SIS, DONALD J. 

Basic soldering; audio track for film- 
strip. 22 1. © Koosis, Inc.; 
2Sep71; C25704. 

KOOSIS, INC. 

Basic soldering. See KOOSIS, DONALD J. 

KOPIT, ARTHUR. 

Indians; a play. New York, Bantam 
Books. 1 v. (Bantam drama, DM4421) 
Thirteen scenes. NM: 64 p. insert. 
© John Lahr; 40ct71; A292550. 

KOPIT, STANFORD. 

Admit impediments; a play in four 
scenes. 38 1. © Stanford Kopit; 



queues. _ju x. t. 

l6Aug71; DU81071. 



KOPP, FREDERICK. 

Pedro, the angel of Olvera Street; a 
musical dramatization of Leo Politi's 
Wonderful children's book. 2 v. 
Two acts. NM: dramatization, lyrics, 
music & revision. © Frederick Kopp; 
l4Dec71; DU82003. 



K0RNG0LD, ROBERT. 

The Korngold service; a Sabbath serv- 
ice. 1 v. NM: adaptation. © Rob- 
ert Korngold; 20Dec71; C26195 • 

KORTY, CAROL. 
Beginnings. 



See SCHWARZ, IRA. 



KOSINSKI, JERZY N. 

Being there; a screenplay by Jerzy 
Kosinski; based on his novel of the 
same title. 1st draft, Aug. 16, 
1971. 138 1. © Jerzy N. Kosinski; 
27Sep71; DU81246. 

KOSLOW, JULES. 

2 + 1 =; a comedy by Jules 4- Sue 

Koslow. 76 1. Three acts. © Jules 
Koslow & Sue Koslow; 3Aug71; DU80965 . 

KOSLOW, SUE. 

2 + 1 =. See KOSLOW, JULES. 

KOSSOFF, EVELYN. 

Evaluation to teachers: are the methods 
scientific? 17 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 24Dec70, C24360. NM: 
revision. © Evelyn Kossoff; 17Jun71; 
C25386 . 

KOTOWSKI, JOANNE. 

The adventures of Blue Bottle . 

6 1. A play. © Joanne Kotowski; 
22Jul71; DU80833. 

KOUT, MARIA. 

The adulterers. 71 1. A play in 
4 scenes. © Maria Kout; 60ct71; 
DU81493 . 

KRACZEK, JOHN PAUL. 

Please don't staple, fold, or mutilate 
my roommate; a computer i age comedy; 
title song music by Stan Kraczek, 
lyric by John P. Kraczek. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 50ct70, DU78124. NM: 
additions & revisions. © John Paul 
Kraczek & Stan Kraczek; 13Jul71; 
DU80685 . 

KRACZEK, STAN. 

Please don't staple, fold, or 

mutilate my roommate. See KRACZEK, 
JOHN PAUL. 

KRAKOWSKI, MARTIN. 

Marster and Janson. 1 v. A play in 
18 scenes. © Martin Krakowski; 
HAug71; DU81037. 

KRAMER, NINA. 

A man for his times; a fllmscript 
draft of the life of Frederick 
Douglass. 50 1. © Nina Kramer: 
23JU171; DU80853. 

KRANES, DAVID. 

Drive-in. (In Playwrights for tomor- 
row. Minneapolis, University of 
Minnesota Press, v. 7, p. 199-215) 
© David Kranes; 10May71; DP77^7. 

KRASNOHORSKA, ELISKA. 

The kiss (Hubicka) Comic opera in two 
acts by Bedrich Smetana; libretto, 
Eliska Krasnohorska; English version, 
Walter Schmolka. 23 1. English. 
Libretto. © Walter Schmolka; 
26Nov71; DU81731. 

KRAZEISE, FRED J., JR. 

Apocalypse. See EWAZEN, ERIC. 

KRELL, GERALD. 

The triumph. See ODZE, MEYER. 

KREMER, GLORIA HAYES. 

Horatio & me. Show no.l. 7 1. 
Script. © Gloria Hayes & Jackie 
Pack; 28Dec71; C26l4l . 

KRESLEY, ED. 

Delta lady; a play by Drey Shepperd & 
Martin Sherman, music by Ed Kresley. 
1 v. © Shepley Productions, Ltd..& 
Martin Sherman; 17Jun71; DU80722. 



KRUBECK, RALPH D. 

Training the business information 
specialist. 6 1. Lecture. 
Ralph D. Krubeck; 25Aug71; 
C25644. 
Training the business information 
user. 5 1. ©Ralph D. Krubeck; 
24Nov71; C26054 . 

KRUCHOWSKI, GARY MICHAEL. 

Death dance for three: an interroga- 
tion. See KACHINSKE, TIMOTHY 
CHARLES . 

KRUG, GERALDIHE. 

The marrying kind; a comedy in three 
acts. 1 v. © Gerald ine Krug; 
28Jul71; DU80915. 

KRULISH, JAMES C. 

Next week, East Lynne; or, How could 
they think she would sink so low? 
By Arthur W. Bushnell, pseud. 
23 1. A play in 2 acts. Includes 
music & lyrics for 1 song. 
© James C. Krulish; 15Nov71; 
DU81596. 

KRYAH, NICHOLAS JOHN. 

The enticements of human error; a one- 
act comedy. 33 1- © Nicholas John 

Kryah; 9Aug71; DU81016. 

KUHLMANN, SUSAN. 

A woman's case; a drama in three acts, 
by A. R. Francis, pseud. 153 1. 
© Susan Kuhlmann; 27Jul71; DU80819. 

KULKARNI, VENKATESH SRINIVAS. 

The wax museum; an absurd play about 
Louisiana, United States. 70 1. 
Three acts . © Venkatesh Srinivas 
Kulkarni; 220ct71; DU81599. 



KUNER, MILDRED CHRISTOPHE. 

When shall we meet again? A play in 
three acts. 1 v. © Mildred 
Christophe Kuner; 25Aug71; Du8ll46. 

KUNKA, JEFFREY M. 

Within and out; a play in five scenes. 
18 1. Book & lyrics only. S Jeff- 
rey M. Kunka; 260ct71; DU81441. 

KUPKA, STEPHEN. 

The gift of the Magi; by Stephen 
Kupka 8c Frederick Sharkey. 1 v. 
A musical play in 5 scenes. 
© Stephen Kupka & Frederick Sharkey; 
26Nov71; DU81870. 

KURANI, DAVID. 

Marilou meets the dragon; a play for 
children. London, S. French. 
36 p. (French's acting edition) 
Three acts. © Samuel French, Ltd.; 
l8Dec69; DP7795- 

KUSBY, EDWARD DAVID. 

Two for Laura. 1 v. A ballet-opera 
& a musical play. Contents: 
Bard, Bee & power; The California 
feast. © Edward David Kusby; 
23Aug71; DU81124. 

KUSHNER, WILLIAM. 

Birds. 10 1. A play. © William 

Kushner; 23Aug71; DU8II36. 
Mother's day. 6 1. A play. 

© William Kushner; 23Aug71; DU81134. 
A suitable name. 15 1. A play. 

© William Kushner; 23Aug71; DU8H35. 

KUTASH, JEFFREY ALLEN. 

As others would do unto you, Kent 

State: 1970; an original screenplay. 
89 1. © Jeffrey Allen Kutash; 
9Dec71; DU81961. 

KUTNOW, JAMES MATTHEW. 

The Roman peace; by James Kutnow & 
Van Parunak. 1 v. A musical play. 
© James Matthew Kutnow & Henry Van 
Dyke Parunak; 15Sep71; DU81509. 



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153 



L.S.V. PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

Brothers. See SEIDELMAN, ARTHUR ALAN. 

LABENSKI, ALOYSIUS. 

Le pantalon. See VIVIAN, MARCELLINO. 

LABRENZ, ERNEST THEODORE. 

Up for grabs; by Theodore Labrenz. 
Squawman; Salesman; Pantherman. 

1 v. Three plays. © Theodore 
Labrenz; 30Jul71; DU80946. 

LAHR, JOHN. 

Indians. See KOPIT, ARTHUR. 

LAHR, ROGER. 

Murder in the classroom. See 
PFEIFER, RICHARD. 

LAKE, RUSSELL L. 

Smile, Mary, smile; an allegorical 
play in 3 acts. 148 1. © Russell 
L. Lake; 24Nov71; DU81858. 

LALLMANG, C. HOWARD. 

Commerical message. Sheet. 
© C. Howard Lallmang; 15Dec71; 
C26150. 

LAMB, RUTH S., ed. 

Three contemporary Latin-American 
plays: Rene Marques, Egon Wolff, 
Emilio Carballido. Waltham, Mass., 
Xerox College Pub. 203 p. Spanish 
&• English. NM: compilation 8- addi- 
tions. © Ginn S- Co.; 26Apr71; 
A266934 . 

LAMB, TERRY. 

The good news; a play in one act. 
20 1. © Terry Lamb; 13Dec71; 
DU81993- 

LAMM, JEAN ANN MCANULTY. 

Our last chance. 14 1. A play in 

2 acts. © Jean McA. Lamm; 29Jul71; 

DU81061 . 

LAMONTE, RIC. 

The mud war; an original screenplay. 
1 v. ©MLR Films, Inc.; 3Nov71; 
DU81729. 

LAND, MYRICK. 

The vault; a suspense play. 55 1. 
Three acts. © Myrick Land; 23Jul71; 
DU80849 . 

LANG, DANIEL W. A. 

And here's your pen and pencil set. 
27 1. A play in 3 scenes. © Daniel 
W. A. Lang; 40ct71; DU8l470. 
River crossing. 114 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Daniel W. A. Lang; 
1Hov71; DU81655- 

LANGE, MICHAEL RANDALL. 

A slight miscalculation. 24 1. 
A play. © Donald E. Hawkins & 
Michael Randall Lange; 22Nov71; 
DU8183O. 



LANGLAND, WILLIAM. 
Vision of Christ. 
THOMAS. 



See BEVERSDORF, 



LANIER, PATRICK. 

Scotophobia: fear of the dark. See 
FOCUS NOVII, pseud. 

LANNERS, MICHAEL T., III. 

The defendant; a play in one act. 
14 1. © Michael T. Lanners III; 
19Jul71; DU80803. 

LARBERG, JOHN. 

For sale. See THORNE, JOAN VAIL. 

LARMORE, CLARENCE H. 

Noolove — sex, war, peace; a play. 
90 1. Three acts. © Clarence H. 
Larmore; 29Jul71; DU80873 . 



LARNER, GERALD. 

The lion, the witch and the wardrobe. 
See MCCABE, JOHN. 

LARSON, JACK. 

Lelio. See BERLIOZ, HECTOR. 

LASCELLES, KENDREW. 

The box; music under talk. 3 1. 
© Mediarts Music, Inc.; 17Dec71; 
C26145 . 

LATARO, EDWARD T. 

In the guise of a child. 51 P- A 
play In 3 scenes. © Edward T. 
Lataro; 2Aug71; DU80952. 

LATEEF, LUBABA, ed. 

Ghetto corner — sounds of Brownsville. 
1 v. A play in 1 act. © Brownsville 
Laboratory Theatre Arts, Inc.; 
HNov71; DU81746. 

LATINO, FRANK. 

The holly boy and the first 

Christmas. 19 1- A play. © Frank 
Latino; 4Aug71; DU80970. 

LAURA, ANA. 

Brothers. See SEIDELMAN, ARTHUR ALAN. 
LAURANCE, ALICE, pseud. See 
HAYWOOD, LAURA. 

LAVENDER, WILLIAM D. 

The invisible people; a musical play. 
1 v. Appl. states prev. reg. 
3Nov65, DU64251. NM: additions & 
revisions. © William D. Lavender; 
25Aug71; DU81150. 

LAVIN, HENRY. 

The new sales professional of the 
'70' s. 18 1. © Henry Lavin; 
30JU171; C25608. 

LAWRENCE, ROBERT L. 

The family man. 46 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Robert L. Lawrence; 
2Aug71; DU81062. 

LAWTON, HARRY. 

Buddha, Confucius, Christ. See 
HARTMANN, SADAKICHI. 

LAWYERS CO-OPERATIVE PUB. CO. 

Cassettes: the 1970 civil discovery 
rules amendments and other discovery 
developments. See LOUISELL, 
DAVID W. 
United States Supreme Court: Audio- 
Lex edition. See LOUISELL, DAVID W. 

LAZARUS, EMMA. 

An ancient lament. See BENJAMIN, 
JEROME. 

LEAR, EDWARD. 

The Owl and the Pussycat went to 
see. See WOOD, DAVID. 

LEARNING RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT CENTER. 
IPI math. See RESEARCH FOR BETTER 
SCHOOLS, INC. 

LEBOW, BARBARA. See HALPERN, 
BARBARA LEBOW. 

LEDERER, WILLIAM L. 

Who. 41 1. A play. © William L. 
Lederer; 26Aug71; DU8ll64. 

LEE, WILLIAM E. 

Baby Sweets; a narrative folk opera; 
music by Bill Lee, book by Bill Lee 
& Sonny Brown. 28 1. Three acts. 
Book only. © New Version Music; 
26Aug71; DU81159. 

LEECH, WILLIAM KRAMER. 

Red Riding Hood. 35 1 • A play in 
2 acts. © William Kramer Leech; 
16JU171; DU80792. 

LEFKOWITZ, MICHAEL. 

Rhoda the bank robber; original script 
& story by Michael Lefkowitz & 
Jeff Rubin. 33 1- (Mary Tyler 
Moore show) © Michael Lefkowitz 
& Jeff Rubin; 8Jul71; DU80742. 



LEGER, SALVATORE R. 

Untitled. 83 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Salvatore R. Leger; 19Jul71; 
DU80798. 

LEGERE, J. ROY. 

As we wait in Joyful hope; transcribed 
from a talk. 16 1. Script. 
© Apostolic Formation Center for 
Christian Renew-all, Inc.; lDec71; 
C26122. 
Be confident -- be joyful; transcribed 
from a talk. 24 1. © Apostolic 
Formation Center for Christian 
Renew-all, Inc.; l c ,Nov71; C26095. 
A call to obedience, holiness &■ peace; 
script of a talk prepared for deliv- 
ery. 25 1. © Apostolic Formation 
Center for Christian Renew-all, Inc.; 
4oct71; C25810. 
The Lord is close to the broken- 
hearted; transcribed from a talk. 
30 1. © Apostolic Formation Center 
for Christian Renew-all, Inc.; 
80ct71; C25837. 

LEGMAN, MARGARET. 

My day. See SIMPSON, ROBERT. 

LEGS, pseud. See TAYLOR, SHERRI. 

LEHMAN, JOHN GLENN. 

Alice in Wonderland; a new children's 
musical. Lyrics by Deanna Spring, 
book by John Mcllwee. 2 v. Two 
acts. Based on the book by Lewis 
Carroll. © John Glenn Lehman; 
20Dec71; DU82040. 



LEHNER, STEPHEN. 

A threepenny Christmas. 
KENNETH. 



See WANNBERG, 



LEHRMAN, S. M. 

Esther. See WEISER, JACOB A. 

Song of songs. See WEISER, JACOB A. 

LEIBOWITZ, HERMAN. 

Account of my Canadian journey. 1 v. 
© Herman Leibowitz; 10Nov71; C26O56. 

LEICHMAN, SEYMOUR. 

Freddie the pigeon; a tale of the 

Secret Service. (In Playwrights for 
tomorrow. Minneapolis, University 
of Minnesota Press. v. 7, p. 75-120) 
© Seymour Leichman; 10May71; DP7746. 

LEICHT, ALLAN. 

Bluestone's headstone; a play. 

1 v. Three acts. © Allan Leicht; 
6oct7l; DU81489. 



LEMAY, JACQUELINE. 

The deeds of Martha Scofield. 
J & J, INC., pseud. 



See 



LENGYEL, PAMELA. 

Compensation; a play in one act. 
12 1. © Pamela Lengyel; 17Nov71; 
DU81785. 

LENZ, JAKOB MICHAEL REINH0LD. 

The private tutor; or, Advantages of 

a private education. A comedy 

translated by Jack D. Zipes . 

105 1. A play in 5 acts. © Jack D. 

Zipes; 7Jan72; DU82073- 
The soldiers; a play translated by 

Jack D. Zipes. 68 1. Four acts. 

© Jack D. Zipes; 7Jan72; DU82072. 

LE0NA, ABBE, pseud. See ROSEN, 
ABBE LE0NA. 

LEONARD, HUGH . 

The Patrick Pearse motel. [Great 
Britain] Two acts. (In Plays and 
players, May 1971, P-63-85) 
© Hugh Leonard; l6Apr71; DF2113. 

LEONARDO, JOSEPH F. 

The God game; a play in two acts. 
160 1. © Joseph F. Leonardo; 
24Sep71; DU81393- 



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July-Dec. 



AEL. 
Chanukah Harry; a play for children in 
one act. 6 1. © Michael Lepp; 
c71; DU81912. 

LERNER, KENNETH. 

et spiral nebula. Pt.l. 116 1. 
Screenplay. r j Kenneth Lerner; 
28jun71; DU8i> 

: iral nebula. Pt.2. 100 1. 
eenplay. 1 nneth Lerner; 
22Nov71; DU81828. 

LESCSAK, RICHARD. 

Nevertheless, they laugh. See WATTS, 
LARUE. 

LESLIE, F. ANDREW. 

Stories of America; by Stephen Vincent 
Benet. Adapted for the stage. 
Dramatists Play Service. 55 p. Two 
parts. Appl. states prev. reg. & 
prev. pub. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Thomas C. Benet, Stephanie 
B. Mahin, Rachel B. Lewis & F. An- 
drew Leslie; 12Aug71; DP7748. 



LETT, MAIHA, pseud. See AMTONNE, 
MAYTEL. 

LEVANT, LILA. 

Memoirs of Clifford, by Lila Levant «■ 
Jack Barker. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Lila Levant * Jack Barker; 20Sep71; 
DU8I367 . 
Speed gets the Poppys. See FULLER, 
LORENZO . 



LEVER, J. W. 

Every man in his humour. 
JOHNSON, BEN. 



See 



LEVTE, PIERRE. 

Flippo and the tender-hearted steam 
shovels. 16 1. A screenplay. 
© Peter (Pierre) Levie; 6Aug71; 
DU81009. 

LEVTTAN, ALAN. 

The feast of language. 1 v. 

(The Dretzin television commentaries, 
program 1-8) Scripts . © Alan 
Levitan & WGBH Educational Founda- 
tion; 260c t71; C25928. 

LEVITT, ROSALIND. 

A grain of salt; a musical controversy. 
1 v. A play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Rosalind Levitt; 
20Sep71; DU81369- 

LEVY, RONALD M. 

-Ing; by Aeschylus & Lady Heather, 
pseud. 1 v. Three acts. 
© E.G.O. Productions, Ltd.; 17Sep69; 
DP7815. 

LEWIS, CLIVE STAPLES. 

The lion, the witch and the wardrobe. 
See MCCABE, JOHN. 

LEWIS, IRA, pseud. See METSKY, IRA 
LEWIS . 



LEWIS, NED. 

Knowledge versus death: a theory of 
peace. 18 1. © Ned Lewis; 4nov71; 
025967 . 



LEWIS, RACHEL B. 

Stories of America. See LESLIE, F. 
ANDREW . 



LEWIS, ROBERT T. 

Biological potpourri. 12 1. Tape 
script. ©Educational Enterprises; 
1Nov71; C25961- 

Desk top science experiments. 10 1. 
Tape script. © Educational Enter- 
prises; 1Nov71; C25959. 

A number of thoughts about numbers. 
10 1. Tape script. © Educational 
Enterprises; 1Nov71; C25960. 



LEWIS, TINA. 

Dr. Pepper soft drink advertisements. 
3 l. Script. © Tina Lewis; 6Aug71; 
C25583- 

LIBRARY FJLMSTRIP CENTER. 

Introduction to the use of globe, map, 

atlas. See PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. 
Readers' guide, ready reference. See 

PRIESTLEY, VIOLET. 

LICATA, JULIO A. 

Dosey in Yesod (The awakening of the 
fool) A one-act play in two scenes. 

62 1. ' Julio A. Licata; 10Sep71; 
DU8I385. 

LIEBERMAN, RENEE. 

A day in the life of Mrs . Horny- 
Frigid-Gay, cunt; or, Mind-fucked, 
body-fucked, lousy-fucked women. 
Our relationship is dissolving dis- 
integrating, & others. 1 v. Six 
plays. © Renee Lieberman; 17Dec71; 
DU82024 . 

LIFE 8c PRESS. See ALDERSGATE PUB- 
LICATIONS ASSN. 

LIGHTY, HAROLD PAUL. 

The desert girl; a comedy in 3 acts. 

1 v. © Harold Paul Lighty; 
17Sep71; DU81334 . 

LILLY, DONALD P. 

Love divided by two; screenplay; 
adapted from the novel. People in 
cold water flats, by John W. 
Pearce. 145 1. © Donald P. Lilly; 
9Sep69; DP7814. 

LINDER, JOY. 

The deeds of Martha Scofield. See 
J a J, INC., pseud. 

LINNEY, ROMULUS. 

Holy ghosts; a play in three acts. 

63 1. © Romulus Linney; 5Nov71; 
DU81695. 

LINSENMANN, GEORGE W. 

The Garfield nude; an original 
musical comedy; book by George 
Linsenmann & Ralph Falco, music by 
George Linsenmann, lyrics by Ralph 
Falco. 1st draft. 80 1. Two acts. 
Book 8c lyrics only. © George W. 
Linsenmann & Ralph Falco; 14JuT71; 
DU80735 . 

LINTON, WISTARIA HARTMANN. 

Buddha, Confucius, Christ. See 
HARTMANN, SADAKICHI. 

LINTZ, PAULA. 

The mating scene; by Paula Lintz & 
Ann Woodall. 1st draft. 26 1. 
A television play. © Ann Woodall 8; 
Paula Lintz; 27Sep71; Du8l4l4, 

LION PUB. CO., INC. 

How big is your God. See DANIELS, 

W. LEO. 
The world series. See EASLEY, ROY E. 

LIPMAN, DANIEL REHR . 

Casanova and his mother; a nightmare 
in one-act, by Danny Lipman. 
22 1. © Danny Lipman; 17Nov71; 
DU81782. 
Last respects; a play by Danny 
Lipman. 104 1. © Danny Lipman; 
17Nov71; DU81783. 

LIPPS, SAM, pseud. See BARRY, BOB. 

LIPSCHUTZ, PAUL. 

Sing o the cider o; original full 
length film scenario by Wilson 
Wyler, pseud. 102 1. © Paul 
Lipschutz; 6Jul71; DU80879- 

LIPSCOMB, ALBERT D. 

Jacob; by Bonnie & Albert Lipscomb. 

2 v. A musical play in 8 scenes. 
© Albert D. Lipscomb 8c Bonnie 
Buckner Lipscomb; 9Jul71; DU80732. 

The shipbuilder. See LIPSCOMB, 
BONNIE BUCKNER. 



LIPSCOMB, ALBERT DOBBINS. 

The storymaker, by Albert D. Lipscomb 
8c Bonnie Lipscomb. 1 v. A play. 
t Albert Dobbins Lipscomb 8- Bonnie 
Buckner Lipscomb; 12Aug71; DU81043. 

LIPSCOMB, BONNIE BUCKNER. 

Jacob. See LIPSCOMB, ALBERT D. 
The shipbuilder, by Bonnie 8- Albert 
Lipscomb. 1 v. A play 'in 6 scenes. 
Includes music for 2 songs. © Albert 
D. Lipscomb «■ Bonnie Buckne