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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
Third Series 

VOLUME 14, PARTS 3 4, NUMBER 1 



Dramas and Works Prepared 
for Oral Delivery 



JANUARY JUNE 

1960 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1960 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
Third Series 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
Third Series 

VOLUME 14, PARTS *-4, NUMBER 1 



Dramas and Works Prepared 
for Oral Delivery 



JANUARY-JUNE 

1960 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1960 



REMOVAL OF DEPOSITS FROM 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

N( )TICE is given to authors, copyright proprietors and 
other lawful claimants that they may claim and remove 
before January 1, 1962, any article of the following 
named classes of published works deposited for copy- 
right between January 1, 1958, and January 1, 1959, not 
reserved or disposed of as provided by sections 213 and 
214 of Title 17 of the United States Code and still re- 
maining in the files of the Copyright Office at the time 
of the request for their removal. The classes of pub- 
lished works covered by this notice are : 

Books and Pamphlets. 

Contributions to periodicals. 

Works of art ; models or designs for works of art. 

Reproductions of a work of art. 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical 

character. 
Photographs. 
Prints and pictorial illustrations excluding prints or 

labels used for articles of merchandise. 

Other published works and all unpublished works are 
excluded from this notice. 

The request for the removal of any copyright deposit 
should be signed by the person entitled thereto or his 
duly authorized agent. Such request should identify 
the work by stating the title, author, copyright proprie- 
tor, registration number and year of deposit, and should 
be addressed to the Copyright Office, Library of Con- 
gress, Washington 25, D. C. 



L. C. card, (5-35347 



This number identifies the Library of Congress 
printed card for the complete series of the Cata- 
log of Copyright Entries. 

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, 
T". S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, 
D. C. Price for this part: $1.00 per issue, $2.00 
per year. 



Form in 






Preface 



The CATAL( h ; of COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

published by authority ot sections 210 and 211 of 
Title 17 of the Unit Code. Section . 

provides in part: 'The current catalog of copy 
right entries and the index volumes herein provided 
for shall be admitted in any court as prima facie 
evidence of the : J therein as regards any 

copyright i on." 

The Catalog is subdivided to represent the classes 

of material listed in section 5 of Title 17- The 

table at the end ot this preface shows the organiza 

tton ot the Catalog, the symbols used with the 

•.ration numbers to distinguish the classes, and 

the prices ot the semiannual issues. The annual 

-cnption tor each part is twice the price of a 

single issue and the complete catalog, including all 

parts, may be secured on a subscription basis tor 

a year. 

The record of each copyright registration listed 
in the Catalog includi -;nption of the work 

copyrighted and data relating to the copyright 
claim (the name ot the copyright claimant, as given 
in the application tor registration, the copyright 
date, the copyright registration number, etc.i. 
Available information in the records of the Copy- 
right Office, including information relating to sub- 
sequent changes of ownership, can be obtained 
upon request and payment to the Register of 
Copyrights ot the fee specified in section 215 of 
Title 17 i S3 tor each hour ot time consumed) for 
the conduct of a search of the records. 

In the case of each registration listed, except for 
renewals, the deposit ot a copy (or copies) of the 
work has been made in accordance with the provi- 
sions contained in sections 12, 13, or 215 of Title 
17, or, in the case of published three-dimensional 
works of art, there has been compliance with 
section 13 of Title 17, which provides for the 
deposit of identifying reproductions in lieu of the 
work itself. Foreign works, two copies of which 
were deposited with a catalog card and application 
for registration under the waiver-of-fee provision 



in section 215 ot Title 17 of the United States Code, 
arc indicated by a zero immediately following the 
alphabetical symbol in the registration number. 

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

Orders, payable in advance, tor all parts of the 
Catalog o) Copyright Entries should be sent to the 
xintendent of Documents, U.S. Government 
Printing Office, Washington 25, D.C. Orders may 
be placed tor individual issues, as subscriptions for 
one or more parts, or for the complete Catalog, and 
tor periods ot one, two, or three years. All orders 
should state clearly the title and the inclusive dates 
ot the part wanted. Checks or money orders should 
be made payable to the Superintendent of Docu- 
ments. 

The Copyright Office welcomes inquiries, sugges- 
tions, and comments on the content and organiza- 
tion of the Catalog. Such communications should be 
addressed to the Chief of the Cataloging Division, 
Copyright Office, Library of Congress, Washington 
25, D.C. 

Table of Organization 

Each part listed in the table records all current 
registrations in the class or classes indicated by the 
alphabetical symbols given. In each case the first 
letter of the symbol is that of the class under which 
registration is made; the second, if any, is a designa- 
tion added by the Copyright Office for the purposes 
of statistical analysis. A zero immediately following 
the symbol (e.g., AFO, EFO) distinguishes a foreign 
work deposited under the waiver-of-fee provision. 
The symbol '"R" does not represent a class designated 
by the copyright law, but has been adopted by the 
Copyright Office to distinguish renewal copyright 
registrations. These are recorded m a separate 
section of those parts of the Catalog which cover 
the classes in which the works were originally 
registered. Some parts also contain registrations 
made under other symbols if the subject matter or 
type of material is similar to that generally included 
in the part. 



Price per 

semiannual 

issue 



Price per 
si miannual 



Part 1 Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and 
Contributions to Periodicals 



$2.50 



A Books 

AF Books in foreign languages published abroad 
AI Books in the English language first published 
abroad 
Contributions to periodicals 
Renewal registrations 

2 Periodicals 

Periodicals 

Periodicals in foreign languages published abroad 

Periodicals in the English language first published 

abroad 
Renewal registrations 
Parts 3-4 Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral 

Delivery . 

C Lectures and other works prepared for oral 
delivery 
Dramatic and dramatico-musical works published 

abroad 
Published dramatic and dramatico-musical works 
Unpublished dramatic and dramatico-musical 

works 
Renewal registrations 

5 Music 

Musical compositions published abroad 
Musical compositions published in the United 

States 
Unpublished Music 
Renewal registrations 



BB 
R 

Part 
B 

BF 
BI 

R 



DF 

DP 
DU 

R 

Part 

EF 

EP 

EU 
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1.00 



1.00 



Part 6 Maps and Atlases 
F Maps 
R Renewal registrations 



3.50 



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Parts 1- 1 1 A Works of Art, Reproductions of Works 

of Art, Scientific and Technical Drawings, 

Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial 

Illustrations . . . 

GP Published works of art and designs for works 

of art 

Unpublished works of art and designs for works 

of art 
Reproductions of works of art published in the 

United States 
Reproductions of works of art published abroad 
Published drawings or plastic works of a scien- 
tific or technical character 
Unpublished drawings or plastic works of a 

scientific or technical character 
Published photographs 
Unpublished photographs 
Prints and pictorial illustrations published in the 

United States 
Prints and pictorial illustrations published 

abroad 
Renewal registrations 

Part llB Commercial Prints and Labels 

KK Commercial prints and labels 
Renewal registrations 

12-13 Motion Pictures and Filmstrips 

Published motion picture photoplays 
Unpublished motion picture photoplays 
Published motion pictures other than photo- 
plays 
LJnpubhshed motion pictures other than photo- 
plays 
Renewal registrations 



$1.00 



GU 

H 

HF 
IP 

IU 

JP 
JU 
K 

KF 

R 



R 

Parts 
LP 
LU 
MP 

MU 

R 



1.00 



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VI 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Current Registrations 
Renewal Registrations 

Name Index 



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INTRODUCTION 



PARTS 3 4 list dramas, dramatico-musicals. lec- 
tures, sermons, monologs, and radio, television, and 
recording scripts registered in Classes C and D. 
Selected published dramas currently registered in 
Class A are also included tor the convenience of 
the user. 

Arrangement is by title. Each work is described 
in a main entry which includes information pertinent 
to the copyright claim. References lead trom variant 
titles, trom distinctive subtitles, and from other 
titles associated with the work. Work-- for which 
the subsisting copyright has been renewed are listed 
separately in the Renewal Registrations section. 

The Name Index to the names of authors, editors, 
claimants, etc. given in the main entries covers both 
currently registered works and renewal registra- 
tions, the latter being distinguished by the symbol 
"(R)" following the title. 

For unpublished works currently registered, the 
main entry includes the following items of informa- 
tion if available and applicable : 
1) Title. 

2 Descriptive phrase indicating the character 
of the work; e.g., a play in three acts. 

3) Names of persons contributing to the work 
as given in either the copy or the applica- 
tion; e.g., author, editor, translator. 

4) Series statement. 

5) Information given in the apnlication which 
relates to the registrator of an earlier ver- 
sion of the work. 

6) Brief statement of the new matter on which 
copyright is claimed, preceded by the abbre- 
viation "NM," if this information is given 
in the application and is not indicated else- 
where in the entry. 



C 'opvnght svmbol ©. 

8) Name of the copyright claimant. 

9) Date on which the last of all the items re- 
quired to complete registration (i.e., copy, 
application, and fee) was received in the 
Copyright Office. 

10) Registration number. 

For published works currently registered, the 
main entry includes the following items of informa- 
tion if available and applicable: 
I Title. 

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

3) Edition statement. 

4) Place of publication for works published out- 
side the United States. 

5) Name of the first-named publisher when the 
publisher is not also the claimant. 

6) Number of acts, scenes, or volumes. 

7) Series statement. 

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

9) Name of the employer in the case of a work 
made for hire, if so named in the application, 
together with the names of the employees 
when given. 

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

11) Brief statement of the new matter on which 
copyright is claimed, preceded by the abbre- 
viation "NM," if this information is given 
in the application and is not indicated else- 
where in the entry. 

12) Copyright symbol ©. 

] 3) Name of the copyright claimant. 



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14) Date of publication as given in the applica- 
tion. 

15) Registration number. 

For radio and television scripts, both published 
and unpublished, the following items of informa- 
tion are given if available and applicable : 

1) A descriptive phrase indicating the type of 
program. 

2) Names of authors or agencies responsible for 
the program. 

3) Subtitles, issue dates, and program numbers. 
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 publi- 
cation, the data from the application are given first, 
followed by the phrase "in notice" and the data 
given in the work; e.g., © Richard Roe; 12jan60 
(in notice: 1959); DP3950. 

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 ad- 
dressed to the Card Division, Library of Congress, 
Washington 25, D.C. 

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

1) Title. 

2) Names of authors of renewable matter. 

3) Edition statement. 

4) Number of acts, scenes, or volumes. 

5) Series statement. 

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

7) Copyright symbol ©. 

8) Date of original copyright. 

9) Original registration number. 

10) Name of the renewal claimant followed by 
a statement in parentheses, usually abbre- 
viated, giving the basis of the renewal claim 
as supplied by the applicant; e.g., "John Doe 



(NK)" indicates that renewal of copyright 
is claimed by John Doe as next of kin of the 
deceased author. 

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

12) Renewal registration number. 

ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 

The following list includes abbreviations and 
symbols used in this catalog with specific copyright 
or bibliographic meanings. Definitions are not 
given for abbreviations in common use. 



(A) 


— author 


a.k.a. 


— also known as 


appl. 


— application 


© 


— copyright symbol 


(Q 


— child or children of the deceased 




author 


comp. 


— compiled by, compiler 


d.b.a. 


— doing business as 


(E) 


— executor(s) of the author 


ed. 


— edition, editor 


(NK) 


— next of kin of the author who is 




not living, there being no will 


NM 


— new matter 


P- 


— page(s) 


(PCB) 


— proprietor of a work copyright- 




ed by a corporate body other- 




wise than as assignee or licensee 




of the author 


(PCW) 


— proprietor of the composite 




work 


(PPW) 


— proprietor of the posthumous 




work 


(PWH) 


— proprietor of copyright in a 




work made for hire 


prev. 


— previous 


pseud. 


— pseudonym 


pt. 


— part, parts 


pub. 


— published, publishing 


reg. 


— registered, registration 


rev. 


— revised 


t.a. 


— trading as 


v., vol., vols. 


— volume, volumes 


(W) 


— widow of the author 


(Wr) 


— widower of the author 



vm 



COPYRIGHT REGISTRATIONS FOR DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR 

ORAL DELIVERY 

January- June 1960 

Class C Lectures and other works pre- These figures represent the number of registra- 

pared tor oral delivery 434 tions for dramas and works prepared for oral deliv' 

Class D Published dramatic and dramatico- ery tor January-June 1960, but do not necessarily 

musical works 236 represent the exact number of entries in this issue 

Unpublished dramatic and dramat- of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. Registration 

1,080 figures for other classes ot material may be found 



Dramas registered in Class A . . 
Dramas registered in Class BB 
Total 
Renewals Classes C and D 



35 in the respective parts. 
1 
1,786 
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IX 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



A list, arranged by title, of domestic and foreign dramas, dramat Is, lectures, 

sermons, monologs, and radio, television, and recording scripts red during the 

covered by this issue. References from van nd from distinctive 

titles are Interfiled. 



'A' LIME'S BIGGEST GUN; script; prepared 
for Montgomery Ward & Company. Writer, 
John Davenport. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer Tor r.ire. Wilding, 
Inc.; 26May6D; DU51186. 

ABTMELECH FED. SEE MY f. : 
SPOUSE. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN --GREAT OP MEN, a play 
In two parts by J. Perrlll Beard 4 
Virginia T. Kane, pseud, of Virginia 
A. Thompson. Pt.l, The Indiana and 
Illinois years. Pt.2, The presiden- 
tial years. O John Perrlll Beard & 
Virginia T. Kane; llPeboO; DU5045J. 

ABSOLUTELY TIME, a musical comedy In two 
acts. Book by Mark Wright i Peggy 
Simon. Music by Mark Wright; lyrics 
by Peggy Simon. O Mark Wright 4 Peggy 
Simon; 22Mar60; DU50673. 

ABSTRACT IN OIL, a screenplay In seven 
scenes by Bud Rlngold (Nathaniel B. 
Rlngold) t> Nathaniel B. Rlngold; 
29Jan60; DU50391. 

THE ACADEMIC LIFE, a play by James R. 
Toucheff. <j James R. Toucheff; 
25Feb60; DU50524. 

ACCIDENTALLY YOURS, a play In three 
acts. Book and lyrics by Theodora 
Benson. Music by Ceclle P. Simon. 
Text only. © Theodora Benson; 
23Feb60; DU5053L 

ACHIEVEMENT, THROUOH PRAYER AND FAITH, 
a play In three scenes by Luray 
Trower. © Luray Trower; 6Apr60; 
DU50791. 

ACROSS THE LAWN, a thriller In one act 
for Women by Elma Verity. London. 
© H. F. W. Deane 4 Sons, Ltd.; Uun59; 
DPI 284. 

THE ACTING SCHOOL, a play In three acts 
by Walter L. Beakel. © Walter L. 
Beakel; 21Apr60; DU50849. 

THE ACTRESS AND THE GAMBLING MAN, a true 
drama of the Central City gold rush by 
Lillian de la Torre, pseud, of Lillian 
Bueno McCue. © Lillian Bueno McCue; 
27May60; DU51061. 

ADAM AND EVE, a play in four acts by 
Bob Madden (Robert J. Madden) © Bob 
Madden; 6jan60; DU50222. 

ADIN, ADIN, a one act play by Anne 
Stoutenburgh. © Anne Stoutenburgh; 
25Jan60; DU50336. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DEGREE- -CONFERRING THE 
DECREE, by grand officers of Prince 
Hall Grand Amaranth Court. © Prince 
Hall Grand Amaranth Court, Order of 
the Eastern Star; 28jun60; DU5125 1 *. 

ADNAGAPORP, a play by Prank Franc. 
© Prank Pranc; 7Mar60; DU50592. 

ADORATION; one-act Christmas play by 
Beth McDonough (Elizabeth L. Mc- 
Donough) O Beth McDonough; 7Peb60; 
DP3961. 

' TORES OF CARSON P. FRUIT- 
IHD. SEE CARSON P. FRUnV.OtfD: 
SPR- TCK. 

THE ADVENTURES OP MR. DOOLITTLE AND MR. 
LIGHT: EPISODES I 4 II, an original 
story and characters created by 
Michael Holoboff. © Michael Holoboff; 
l8Apr60; DU508J6. 

AEGEAN ART. SEE THE GREAT WORKS OP 
ART, U. 

AFRICAN U.S.A., by Edwin A. Kampmann. 
O Edwin A. Kampmann; Uun60; C13054. 

AFTER I'M GONE, a comedy In three acts 
by Norman Barasch 4 Carroll Moore. 
© Norman Barasch 5: Carroll Moore; 
6jun60; DU5H07. 

THE AFTERMATH, an original play in three 
scenes by Jerry B. P. Champlln & Madge 
Guthrie (Margaret Guthrie) © Jerry 
B. P. Champlln; 2tMar60; DU50747. 

THE AGE OP ELEGANCE, a screenplay by 
Fenella Rothe. © Penella Rothe; 
HFeb60; DU50446. 

AH MEPHISTOPHELE, a play in four scenes 
by Kralg Saunders, \at William Kralg 
Saunders 4 Arthur Prunier; 23Feb60; 
DU50542. 

AIDA; opera In four acts by Verdi, 

libretto by Ghlslanzonl. Translation 
of libretto into English by Martha 
Wlnburn England. Text only. © Martha 
Winburn England; 25Feb60; DU50527. 

AIR CIRCUITRY FOR INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS; 
recording script for the Westlnghouse 
Air Brake Co. by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. © Westlnghouse Air Brake Co.; 
2May60; C12890. 

AIR YOUR LINEN, a musical farci-comedy 
In two acts by Alan J. Milne. BaBed 
on an Idea by Leila Summerlln. © Alan 
J. Milne; l6May60; DU50999. 

ALASKA INTERLUDE; or. Shy Sammy, a new 
musical comedy In two acts by 
Augustine E. O'Dea. Text only. 
© Augustine E. O'Dea; 25Jan60; 
DU50345. 



ALCESTIS UNBOUND, a play in one act by 
Frank Bennett. © Frank J. Bennett; 
24May60; DU51046. 

ALI YALLA AND THE THIRSTY THIEVES, a 
farce In three aots by Will J. Carter 
(William James Carter) © William 
James Carter; 25Mar60; DU50698. 

ALICE IN JUNGLELAND; or, Metropolis '28, 
a satiric comedy of the Twenties In 
five scenes and a prologue by W. R. 
Burnett. © W. R. Burnett; 13Jun60; 
DUSllt}. 



ALICE IN WONDERLAND, a play. Adapted 
for the stage by Washington Rlkon, 
pseud, of Irving Rlkon. From the 
story by Lewis Carroll, pseud, of 
Charles Lutwldge Dodgson. © Irving 
Rlkon; 28jan60; DU50390. 

ALIEN SEED, a play In three acts by Rose 
C. Feld. © Rose C. Feld; 30Mar60; 
DU50722. 

ALL IN PARIS ARE AWARE. (Todos en Paris 
conocen) A musical play In two acts. 
Book 4 lyrics by Luis Novas Terra, 
pseud, of Lul3 Neuleander. Transla- 
tion by Lilian Davidson. Text only. 
© Luis Neuleander Sc Lilian Davidson; 
22Jun60; DU51237. 

ALL IN THE FAMILY, a comedy in two acts 
by Marc -Gilbert Sauvajon. Adapted by 
Victor Wolf son. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) © Victor 
Wolfson; lMar60; DP4013. 

ALL MIXED UP! Comedy, dramatic, musl- 
cale in three acts and two settings by 
Ada Horner 4 others. Text only. 
© Ada B. Horner, Thelma Monaghan & 
William Hood; 9Jun60; DU&1220. 

ALL MY LOVE, a play for the screen with 
music, by Gen Miller (Genevieve A. 
Miller) NM: additions. © Genevieve 
A. Miller; 24Dec59; DU50204. 

ALL ON A SUMMER'S DAY. SEE A GAME OF 

CHANCE. 
ALL THE GENTLEMEN CALLERS, a play in 

two acts by Albert Margolies. 

© Albert Margolies; 6jan60; DU50221. 

ALL THE KING'S MEN, a play In three acts 
by Robert Penn Warren. Random House. 
© Robert Penn Warren; 29Mar60; DP4049. 

ALOHA HAWAII, a musical comedy In two 
acts based, In part, on the legend of 
Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of vol- 
canoes & Hawaii's Mardi-gras, Aloha 
Week. Book, music & lyrics by Peter 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



ALOHA HAWAII. -Con. 

Lee Zoellner & Frederick T. Smith. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Zdeda, 
DU44836, DU49647. NM: additions. 
© Peter Zoellner & Frederick Theodore 
Smith; 4jan60; DU50203. 

ALONE AND FUNKY, a play In three acts 
with Jazz by Dena Hall, pseud, of Dena 
Hlrsch Myshrall. Text only. © Dena 
Hall; 27May60; DU51065. 

ALTAR EGO; or, Id takes two to marry, a 
play In three acts by Dot DeCamp 
(Dorothy DeCamp) NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Dot DeCamp; 3Jun60; 
DU51104. 

ALVIN'S ORCHESTRA; dialogue with music 
by Ross Bagdasarlan. © Monarch Music 
Co., Inc.; 2Feb60; DU50647. 

ALWAYS WEAR A HAT, a play by Jo Ann 
Sackett. © JoAnn Sackett; 15Jan60; 
DU50364. 

THE AMERICAN AS FAUST, a dramatic poem 
by Lawrence Lee. © Lawrence Lee; 
22Jan60; DU50325. 

AN AMERICAN JEWISH INCIDENT, a play In 
two acts by Martin Stone, pseud, of 
Martin Sllberston. © Martin 
Sllberston; 21Apr60; DU50947. 

AMERICAN PLAN, a play In three acts by 
Leonora Thuna. © Leonora Thuna; 
l8Mar60; DU50660. 

LES AMES MORTES, par Arthur Adamov. 
D'apres le poeme de Nicolas Gogol. 
Paris. (Le Manteau d'arlequln) 
© Llbralrle Galllmard; Uan60; DFO-933. 



UN AMORE A ROMA; commedla In due tempi e 
quattro quadrl dl Ercole Pattl. (In 
Slparlo. Mllano. July-Aug. 1959, 
p. 50-64) © Ercole Pattl; Uul59; 
DF1325. 



THE AMPHIBIAN STRIKES; screenplay by 
Thomas Groullng. © Thomas E. 
Groullng; 2Jun60; DU51268. 

AMRITSAR; screenplay by H. Kenn Car- 
mlchael. Based on an original screen- 
story by Lloyd Young. © Lloyd Young, 
Ltd., a partnership; 4jan60; DP4043. 
(See also Amrltsar; 4jan60; DP3966) 



AMRITSAR; screenplay by H. Kenn Car- 
mlchael. Based on an original screen- 
story by Lloyd Young. © Lloyd Young, 
Ltd., a partnership, d.b.a. Film Pro- 
ductions International; 4jan60; 
DP3966. (See also Amrltsar; 4jan60; 
DP4043) 



SEE THE GREAT WORKS OF 



ANCIENT EGYPT. 
ART, J. 

THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST IN THE BRONZE 
AGE. SEE THE GREAT WORKS OF ART, 2. 

AND IT ALL CAME TUMBLING DOWN, a play 

In two acts by William Newman. 

© William Newman; 22Jan60; DU50319. 
AND NO T0MM0RR0W, a drama In three act3, 

nine scenes by Vlto Vincent Morrone. 

© Vlto Vincent Morrone; 23Feb60; 

DU50508. 

AND SATAN CAME ALSO, a mu3lcal play In 
two acts. Book by Sarah Page. Music 
by Eugene Page, Sr. Lyrics by Sarah 
Page 8c Eugene Page, Sr. © Sarah Page 
& Eugene Page, Sr.; 21Jan60; DU50485. 

AND SPEAK OF SPRING, a drama In three 
acts by Joan L. Ccok & Janet M. 
Schwall. © Janet M. Schwall & JcAn L. 
Cook; 24Mar60; DU50688. 



AND WITHOUT WARNING; pilot script of a 
new television series by Philip M. 
Freedman. © Philip M. Freedman; 
l6May60; DU51000. 

ANGEL AT LARGE, a musical in two acts. 
Book & lyrics by Robert Sturtevant. 
Based on an idea of Curt Hoffman. 
Text only. © Robert Sturtevant; 
21Dec59; DU50207. 

ANN STRICKLAND, a play in three acts by 
Fredrick Douglas Simpson. © Fredrick 
Douglas Simpson; 9May60; DU50955. 

ANNA PAVLOVA; script 1 of the series 
for television by Rex Dozens, pseud, 
of Irving Caesar & Nancy E. Gross. 
© Irving Caesar & Nancy E. Gross; 
5Feb60; DU50420. 

ANNENKOFF; or, Chains of destiny, a 
screenplay by Krlxa de Blumer (Helene 
Krixa de Blumer Arie) © Krixa de 
Blumer; l8jan60; DU50286. 

ANNIVERSARY GIFT, a screenplay in six 
scenes by Bud Rlngold (Nathaniel B. 
Rlngold) © Nathaniel B. Rlngold; 
4Feb60; DU50414. 

ANOTHER MAN'S POCKET, a play in three 
acts by N. 0. Doktor. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l8Aug53, DU34873. NM: 
additions & revisions. © N. 0. 
Doktor; HMay60; DU51012. 

ANY DAY CAN BE YOUR NEW YEAR'S DAY. 1 A 
lecture extemporaneously and lnsplra- 
tlonally rendered by Ding Le Mel, 
pseud, of Edwin J. Dingle, at the last 
class of the year 1959. (Spiritual 
gems from the universal mind series 
WW-1) © Edwin J. Dingle; 4Feb60; 
C12719. 

ANYONE FOR PRESIDENT? Script with sound 
effects by Eddie Lawrence. © Vision 
Music Corp.; 31Mar60; C12835. 

APOSTLE OF FREEDOM; screenplay by James 
Edwards & Morris Buchanan, prepared for 
Richard Allen Foundation by Lloyd 
Young & Associates. © Lloyd Young & 
Associates, Inc.; 3Jun60; DU51191. 

THE APPLE, a play in three acts by Jack 
Gelber. P. Jack Gelber; 4Mar60; 
DU5058O. 

AN APRIL AFTERNOON, a one-act play for 
women. A drama by Jean McKeag (Mrs. 
Hugh R. McKeag) © Jean McKeag; 
31May60; DU51069. 

THE ARAPAHOE SHERIFF, a dramatic chron- 
ical of crime and detection In the 
1859 gold rush by Lillian de la Torre, 
pseud, of Lillian Bueno McCue. Epi- 
sode 1: His first case. © Lillian 
Bueno McCue; 27May60; DU51060. 

ARE WE REALLY A NATION UNDER GOD? SEE 
THIS NATION UNDER GOD, 1. 



ARIA EVTTA, a play In three acts by John 
Ben Tarver. © John Ben Tarver; 
20Apr60; DU50843. 

DER ARME JONATHAN; Operette in 3 Akten 
von Hugo Wlttmann und Julius Bauer. 
Neufassung von Walter Felsensteln. 
Musik von Carl Mlllo'cker. Libretto 
only. o Josef Weinberger, Ltd.; 
15Feb60; DU5063O. 



ARTISTS' THEATRE; four plays. Try! Try! 
by Frank O'Hara; The heroes, by John 
Ashbery; The bait, by James Merrill; 
Absalom, by Lionel Abel. Edited by 
Herbert Machlz. (Evergreen original, 
E-221) The bait, by James Merrill 
copyrighted by T. Weiss, Quarterly re- 
view of literature, 1955. © Grove 
Press, Inc.; 20Apr60; DP4040. 

L'ASSASSINO E' DI SCENA; giallo In tre 
attl dl Mlno Roll, pseud, dl Erminio 
Pontlroll, e Michele Barbato, pseud, 
dl Michele Danza. © Mlno Roll & 
Michele Barbato; HFeb60; DU50479. 

AT THE ACTORS' BOARDING HOUSE. SEE A 
BOTTLE AN' A BIRD. 

ATTITUDES IN ACTION; recording script 
for the Oldsmobile Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Oldsmobile 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12833. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY (Record- 
ing scripts) Scripts in this series 
are by Dento-Medlcal Tapes. 
© Dento-Medlcal Tapes. 
v.2. 

15. Jan. 1, i960. © 4jan60; CI2659. 

16. Jan. 16, i960. © 13Jan60; C12671. 

17. Feb. 1, I960. © 26jan60; C12705. 

18. Feb. 16, i960. Roentgenology & 
practise administration issue. NM: 
new matter. © 9Feb60; C12736. 

19. Mar. 1, I960. NM: new matter. 
© 23Feb60; C12770. 

20. Pedodontics. Mar. 16, i960. NM: 
new matter. © 8Mar60; C12804. 

21. Apr. 1, i960. NM: new matter & 
revisions. © 30Mar60; C12834. 

22. Orthodontia issue. NM: new & 

revised matter. © 3May60; C12996. 
23. May 1, i960. © 3May60; C12995. 
24. May 16, i960. NM: new matter. 

© 10May60; C12962. 
Vol.3. 

1. June 1, I960. NM: new matter. 
© 24May60; C13008. 

2. June 16, i960. NM: additions & 
revisions. © 15Jun60; C13036. 

3. July 1, i960. NM: new matter. 
© 28jun60; C13068. 

AUGUSTE. SEE BEGINNER'S LUCK. 

AUNTIE MAME, a new play In two acts by 
Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee. 
Based on the best-selling novel by 
Patrick Dennis. Dramatists Play Serv- 
ice. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee; 
19May60; DP4027. 

AUSSICHTSPUNKT AUF DEM BERG PALOMAR. 
(Outlook tower on the Mount Palomar) 
A radio play In German version by 
Sandor Maral. © Sandor Marai; 
21Apr60; DU50850. 

THE AUT0-COLLIMAT0R; recording script by 
Eric J. Schneider. © Engis Equipment 
Co.; 23Mar60; C12953. 



AUTOMATON, £ 
F. Trigg. 
DU50228. 



play in one act by Norman 
© Norman F. Trigg; 6jan60; 



ARRABAL: THEATRE. 
GRAVEYARD. 



SEE THE AUTOMOBILE 



THE ART EXHIBIT, a comedy in 1 act by 
Laura Rhoads Aruffo. © Laura Rhoads 
Aruffo; 9May60; DU50953. 



THE AUTOMOBILE GRAVEYARD (Le clmltlere 
[sic] des voitures), a play in two 
acts; and The two executioners (Les 
deux bourreaux), a melodrama in one 
act, by Arrabal (Fernando Arrabal) 
Translated by Richard Howard. Origi- 
nally pub. as Arrabal: theatre, 1958. 
©Grove Press, Inc.; 24Mar60; DP4046. 

AVE NAVE; comic opera In one act with 
four characters by Phillip Klrban 
Sotel. Text only. © Phillip K. 
Sotel; 9May60; DU50959. 






CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



THE AVKHGKR. SES DALTON ADVEWRSS: 
THE AV=M SBH. 

THE AWAKENING, a iraaa in three acta by 
R. K. Pearl. NM: addltlona 1 revl- 
alona. C Rutn K. Pearl; 3Jun60; 
DU51102. 



B 



BABI CRIES, a lee cure by Samuel Kare- 
Uts. e SajBu-1 Karelitz; 15Jan60; 
C12670. 

A BABY FOR BRENDA, a one-act comedy by 
Charles Esery. O Charles Eaery; 
6jan60; DOT-O^ 

BACKWATER, a Iran in three acta by Art 
Beer, Jr. James Beer, Jr.) 4 
Prank Staroba. © Arthur Jaaes Beer, 
Jr. 4 Prank Joseph Staroba III; 

2May60; DU50920. 

THE BADEN PLAY POR LEARN INO . (Das 

Badener Lehrstuck vom Elnverstandnls) 
A play by Bertolt Brecht. Translated 
by Lee Baxandall. NM: English trans- 
lation, a Lee Baxandall; lPeb60; 
D05O126. 

DAS BAJ8W "K VOf BJHV1 

STAN"' KE BADEN PLAY POR 

LEARNING. 



BAGNO - BALLADE, von Joachim Jomeyer. 
Hualk von Heinz Ehme. Text only. 
Wiesbaden. C ...fin 4 Slmrock, BUhnen- 
und Huslkverlag; 3Jan60; DF0-951. 

LA BAOUE AD DOIOT; comedle en 3 actes 
par Jacques Deval, pseud, de Jacques 
Boularan. C Jacques Deval; l»Har60; 
DD50707 . 

LE BAISER DE JUDAS; drame ethnlque, opus 
23 par Comte Tsolanl, pseud, de Mark 
Eucher. C Mark Eucher; l4Mar60; 
D050622. 

BAKER'S ROARINO TWENTIES SCRAPBOOK. 
Edited by J:hr 1. Puller. © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; _ojan60; DP3959. 

LE 3ALC0N. SEE THE BALCONY. 



THE BALCONY. (Le balcon) A play In 
nine scenes by Jean Oenet. Translated 
by Bernard Prechtman. Grove Press. 
(Evergreen original, E-130) NM: addi- 
tions 4 revisions. © Bernard Precht- 
man; 3May60; DP4041. 

BALLAD OP AFFIRMATION. Written by 
Milton Robertson; music by Hal 
Schaefer. © Miriam Music Corp.; 
I6jun60; DU51171. 

LA BALLADE SENTIXENTALE, par Martlne et 
Rene Pagnol. Paris, Atelier Ouest- 
Helloz. © Martlne 4 Rene Pagnol; 
17May60; DFO-952. 

BANSHEE SCREAM - ALL'S WELL ON THE STAR 
WATCH, a play In one act of five se- 
quences by Brox Angller, pseud, of 
Robert Thomas Pralle. © Robert Thomas 
Pralle; 30Jun60; DU51261. 

BAHAK THE SON OF ABINOAM. SEE 
DEBORAH THE PROPHETESS AND BARAK 
THE SON OF ABINOAM. 

LA BARAKA; drame coalque en deux parties 
par CI. Claude -Maxe, pseud, de Claude 
de Hlrahfeld. © CI. Claude -Maxe; 
l8Apr60; DU50934. 

BARBA AZTJL, UNA FARSA TRAGICOMICA; 
a brief farce in four dynamic scenes 
by Charles Perrault. Adaptacion de 
Santiago A. Cuneo. (Coleccion 
Teatro breve, volumen no.l) © Santi- 
ago A. Cuneo; I50ct59; AI4.30693. 



BARBARAVILLE, a play by Predrlck Simp- 
son. O Predrlck Douglass Simpson; 
27Jan60; DU50585. 



BARCELONA'S BRIDE, a tragedy In four 
acta by Daniel Berry. NM: revisions. 
© Daniel Berry; 28Apr60; DU50987. 

THE BARD, a play In three acts by L. M. 
Hotchklss. O Lloyd M. Hotchklss; 
I8jan60; DU50284. 

THE BARRIER, a play In one act for 
women by P. E. M. Agnew. London, 
English Theatre Oulld. (Oulld one 
act library) O P. B. N. Agnew; 
23Dec59; DP1231. 



BARTLEBY, a play for live television In 
■ een scenea from a story by Herman 
Melville entitled Bartleby the scrive- 
ner. Adapted by William S. Prince. 
© William S. Prince 4 Joan L. Prince; 
l6Jun60; DC5H99. 

BARTLEBY THE SCRIVENER. SEE BARTLEBY. 

THE BASIC ELEMENTS OP LIFE, a talk by 
Merwln Brooks Davis. O Merwln B. 
Davis; 26Peb60; C12765. 

BASIL, THE ASTRONAUTIC RABBIT; play with 
music In five scenes by Charlotta E. 
Healy. Text only. O Charlotta E. 
Healy; 22Apr60; DD50854 . 

THE PAT. SFE DIP FLFDERMAUS. 

BAT MASTERSON'S TALES OP THE WEST; seven 
tales by Michael Avallone. O Global 
Music, Inc.; Ijun60; C13012. 

LES BATISSEURS D' EMPIRE; piece en 3 
actcs de Boris Vlan. © Mme. Boris 
Vlan; 13Jun60; DU51213. 

LA BATTAGLIA; Oder, Der rote Pederbusch. 
OpemkomSdle in acht Blldern von Eric 
Spless. Muslk von Oerhard Wlmberger. 
Klavlerauszug. Mainz. (Edition 
Schott 5031) © B. Schott's Sonne; 
10May60; DPO-959. 

THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. SEE HEAR IT 
AS IT HAPPENS: THE BATTLE OP GETTYS- 
■ 



BATTLE STREET, a play by Marlon Hart, 
pseud, of Marlon I. Adler. O Marlon 
I. Adler; 20Jan60; DU50302. 

BE AN ANGEL, a new play in three acts by 
John T. Dugan. O John Thomas Dugan; 
29Mar60; DU50718. 

BE SHARP; play In one scene by Erich 
Segal. © Erich W. Segal; 4Mar60; 
DU50577. 

THE BEAST IN THE GARDEN, a play in three 
acts by Arthur Charbonnet. © Arthur 
Charbonnet; HApr60; DU50773. 

BEASTIE AND THE BEAUT, a potted panto- 
parody In rhyme by C. R. Cook. Lon- 
don. (French's acting edition) 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 3Nov59; DF1303. 

THE BEATNIKS. SEE THE MASQUE AND THE 
BEATNIKS. 

BEATVILLE, U.S.A.; script for a televi- 
sion series by Russ Alexander, pseud, 
of Alexander Rauso. © Alexander 
Rauso; 22Jan60; DU50320. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, a play in three 
acts by Frederick Olessl. © Fred- 
erick Olessi; 19Jan60; DU5O365. 

BEAUTY IS A BEAST, a play in three acts 
by Arllne and Frank Faro, p3eud. of 
Arline and Frank Farulo. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Four faces. NM: revi- 
sions. © Arllne Faro & Frank Faro; 
24Feb60; DU50518. 



A BED IN EVERY ROOM, a play In 3 acts 
and 1 set by Sam Shaw. © Sam Shaw; 
8Feb60; DU50429. 

BEES OF THE KINQDOM; motion picture 
script by Ross C. Wllles. Appl. 
authors: Frank Hendershaw & Radonna 
Anderson. © Ross C. Willes; l8Apr60; 
DU50831. 

BEFORE I CLIMB, a play in three acts by 
William Powers. © William Powers; 
10Mar6O; DU506O9. 

BEFORE THE DAWN, a play by Eugene Mora. 
© Eugene Mora; 19Jan60; DU50292. 

BEFORE THE MORNING, a play In three acts 
by Herschel S. Steinhardt. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as The sun Is dark. 
NM: additions 4 revisions. O Herschel 
Samuel Steinhardt; 6jan60; DU50224. 

BEQ, BORROW OR STEAL, a musical comedy 
in two acts by Bud Freeman (John 
Freeman) Music by Leon Pober. From 
a story by Marvin Selger 4 Bud Free- 
man. Text only. © Vlckers Music Co.; 
25J*n60; DU50346. 

BEGINNER'S LUCK, a play In three acts 
by Norman Barasch & Carroll Moore. 
Adapted from Auguste by Raymond 
Castans. © Norman Barasch 4 Carroll 
Moore; 8Peb60; DU50428. 

BEGINNING AT JERUSALEM, a missionary 

play In three acts by Dorothy Conant 

Stroud. © Rodeheaver Co.; 20Apr60; 
DP4021. 

BEHAVIOR; dialogue with background 
music by Milton DeLugg 4 Marty Roth. 
© Prlscllla Music Corp.; 2Feb60; 
C12710. 

BEHIND THE WALL, a play in three acts 
by Alfred L. Marder. © Alfred L. 
Marder; 9Feb60; DU50439. 

BEHOLD, MY SON! Or, My son, Sorde.' A 3 
act musical drama by Mary Bunn Kelly. 
© Mary Bunn Kelly; 12May60; DU51052. 

BEHOLD THIS HEART; recording script for 
the Apostleshlp of Prayer by Jam Handy 
Organization. © Apostleshlp of 
Prayer; 2May60; C12888. 

BEL CANTO, a play in three acts by 
Robert Hill. © Robert Jackson Hill; 
27May60; DU51064. 

BELATED ORAD, an address by Roman G. 
Herrera. © Roman Herrera; 5Feb60; 
C12720. 



BELINDA AND THE FULL MOON BALL, a fairy 
play with songs in six scenes written 
by Laura Adams. Adapted and arranged 
by Robert Monteigle. England. 
© Laura Adams; 16 Jul 55; DF1328. 

BELONG OR ELSE; script for a feature 
motion picture in color written by 
Lloyd Young. © Lloyd Young & Associ- 
ates, Inc.; 3Jun60; DU51192. 

THE BENEFICIARY, a play in ten scenes by 
Hunter Heath. © Hunter Heath; 
19Apr60; DU50839. 

BENEFITS OF RUBBER TO MANKIND, by James 
C. Rowe & Napoleon Francis Jones. 
© James C. Rowe & Napoleon Francis 
Jones; 28Apr60; C12877. 

BERENICE . SEE INTRODUCTION AND 
BERENICE . 

BERT AND US; recording script by Bert 
and I, Inc. © Bert and I, Inc.; 
23Feb60; C12749. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



BERTRAM BLUEBEARD, a musical fantasy by 
Gloria Bass & Yvonne Tarr. © Yvonne 
Tarr & Gloria Bass; 25Apr60; DU50864. 

BIN BESSERER HERR. SE3 A MAN OF 
DISTINCTION. 

THE BEST SALESMEN IN AMERICA; recording 
script for the Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12905. 

THE BEST SHORT PLAYS, 1958-1959. Edited 
by Margaret Mayorga. Articles by 
Stanley Richards & Paul Slocumb. 
Beacon Press. © Margaret Mayorga; 
l6Nov59; A450504. 

BEST THING ON WHEELS, a shooting script 
for a film in 35 mra. color, prepared 
for the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 
Writer: John Davenport. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
©Wilding, Inc.; HJan60; C12689. 

THE BETRAYERS, a play in three acta by 
Mark Jason, pseud, of Marvin Marcus 
Zalk. © Marvin Marcus Zalk; 19May60; 
DU51025. 

THE BETTER HEAVEN, a character comedy in 
three acts by Luclen Inverdane, pseud, 
of Luclen Prival. Free adaptation of 
Der G'wlssenwurm by Ludwig Anzengruber. 
© Luclen Prival & Jean Prival; 2May60; 
DU51011. 

BIG BEN, a play by John Colby Ney. 
© John Colby Ney; 3Feb60; DU50409. 

THE BIO DECISION; screenplay by John C. 
Bennett. G John C. Bennett; lFeb60; 
DU50404. 

THE BIG HOLE INSIDE, a play In three 
acts by Monroe Schneler (Monroe Lanes) 
©Monroe Schneler; 5Apr60; DU50743. 

THE BIG MIDDLE, a play In one act by 
Orlln R. Corey. © Broad man Press; 
30Mar60; DP4017. 

BIG NAPOLEON. SEE MY LAST DUCHESS. 

THE BIG ONE; book of a musical comedy in 
two acts by Gilbert Aberg. © Gilbert 
Aberg; l6May60; DU51006. 

BIG RISK. (La grande ventura) Narra- 
tion film script especially prepared 
for the Ohio Oil Co. Writer: James 
Prindle. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
HJan60; C12688. 



BIG ROTATION, a play in three acts by 
W. Jackson Weatherly. © William 
Jackson Weatherly; l8jan60; DU50277. 

BIG TICKET TIPS FOR BIG TICKET OPERA- 
TORS; motion picture shooting script 
for Montgomery Ward & Company, Chica- 
go, Illinois. Writer, Hal Secor. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 26May60; 
DU51176. 



THE BIGGEST BALL OF STRING, a play In 
three acts by Barre Lyndon. © Barre 
Lyndon; 8Feb60; DU50430. 

THE BILLION DOLLAR PAYOLA; i960 fore- 
cast: banner year for dishonesty. 
An address by Norman Jaspan, presi- 
dent, Norman Jaspan Associates, Inc., 
Management Engineers and Investiga- 
tions, Inc. (Fact-finding division) 
to Controllers Institute of America, 
Bridgeport Control, Algonquin Club. 
© Norman Jaspan; 25JanbO; C12703. 

BILLY BUNTER'S MYSTERY CHRISTMAS, a 
comedy in four scenes by Maurice 
McLoughlln. Introducing characters 



from the Greyfrlars School stories 
by Frank Richards. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) © Maurice 
McLoughlln & Frank Richards; 30Dec59; 
DF1313. 

BINGORAMA; script for a motion picture 
by Edgar Heltman. © Edgar M. Heltman; 
21Mar60; C12823. 

A BIOCHEMICAL THEORY OF MENTAL ILLNESS, 
a discussion by Jack Behrman. © Jack 
Behrman; 22Jan60; C12672. 

THE BIRDS, a comedy in two acts by Ann 
Chase based on The birds of Aristo- 
phanes. © Ann Chase; 29Jun60; DU51270. 

A BIRTHDAY THROUGH THE CENTURIES, a 
Christmas program in words and music, 
by Elolse Lowe. (Eldrldge Christmas 
entertainments) Text only. © El- 
drldge Pub. Co.; 20ot59; DP3929. 

THE BLACK CIGAR, a play In three acts by 
John M. Walker. © John Mlzell Walker; 
l4Apr60; DU50818. 

BLACK DESIRE IN BLUE VENICE, a play in 
three acts with mu3lc by E. K. Evans, 
Jr. Text only. © Edward Klnchley 
Evans, Jr.; l6Mar60; DU50641. 

BLACK ICE. SEE LET FOUR SEASONS PASS. 



THE BLACK SHEEP, a play In one scene by 
Dorothy Ru3sell Murphree. © Dorothy 
R. Murphree; 24jun60; DU51241. 

THE BLACK TULIP, an original screenplay 
by George Charles Wellnsky based on 
the novel of the same title by 
Alexander Dumas the Elder. © George 
Ch. Wellnsky; 4Apr60; DU50802. 

BLACK WIZZARD OF THE KEYBOARD; or. Blind 
Tom. A musical play by Theodore Ward. 
Text only. © Theodore Ward; 25Feb60; 
DU50523. 

THE BLACKS: A CLOWN SHOW, a play by Jean 
Genet. Translated from the French by 
Bernard Frechtman. Originally pub- 
lished as Les Negres by Marc Barbezat, 
Declnes, Isere, France, 1958. Grove 
Pre3s. © Bernard Frechtman; 29Feb60; 
DP4038. 

BLIND ALLEY, a romantic tragedy in three 
acts by Nathan Dlnnes. © Nathan 
Dinnes; 8Apr60; DU50803. 

THE BLIND HEART, a story in music In two 
acts by Jose Ruben. Text only. 
© Jose Ruben; 12Apr60; DU50788. 

BLIND TOM. SEE BLACK WIZZARD OF THE 
KEYBOARD. 

BLOBO'S BOY, a play In one scene by 
Albert J. Zuckerman. (In The Best 
short plays, 1958-1959, p. 113-134) 
Appl. states prev. reg. as A cloud 
that's got to be. NM: revisions. 
© Albert J. Zuckerman; l6Nov59; DP4062. 

BLOOD; monologue by Fredrlc Brown. 

© M. Witmark & Sons; 19Feb60; C12771. 

BLOOD, SWEAT AND STANLEY POOLE, a comedy 
in three acts by James & William Gold- 
man. © James A. Goldman & William 
Goldman; 19May60; DU51024. 

BLOW IT COOL, a dramatic musical based 
on the legend of the Pled Piper of 
Hamelln. Book and lyrics by Steven 
& Baird Hall. Text only. © Baird 
Hall & Steven Hall; 10Jun60; DU51138. 

BLOW NOT THE SMOULDERING FLAMES, a play 
in three acts by Frances Neubern, 
pseud, of Margaret F. Jennings (Mrs. 
Melvin N. Jennings) © Margaret F. 
Jennings; 17Jun60; DU51172. 



BLUE AND GRAY, a television program 
based on knowledge of the Civil War 
by Daniel J. Kern. © Daniel J. Kern; 
26jan60; DU50359. 

THE BLUE CIRCLE OF SAFETY; script for a 
color motion picture sound film pre- 
pared for the Goodyear Tire & Rubber 
Company. Writer, DeVallon Scott. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 8Feb60; 
C12730. 

BLUE IS THE ANTECEDENT OF IT, a tragi- 
cal, comical, pastoral, historical 
play of no particular length. Words 
by John Leckel; music by Lejaren A. 
Hlller, Jr. Text only. © John L. 
Leckel & Lejaren A. Hlller, Jr.; 
21Mar60; DU50902. 

BLUE SKY FANDANGO; or, The legend of 
Poison Gulch, a comedy in three acts 
by John J. Leighton. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Blue sky waltz. NM: 
revisions. © John J. Leighton; 
6Apr60; DU50792. 

BLUE SKY WALTZ. SEE BLUE SKY 
FANDANGO. 

A BLUEPRINT FOR MURDER, a play in 3 acts 
by Henry S. Naftaly. © Henry Solomon 
Naftaly; 15Jun60; DU51157. 

THE BLUES THIEF. 
BLUES. 



SEE LE VOLEUR DE 



THE BOBO, a play in three acts by David 
R. Schwartz. Based on the novel 
Ollmpia by Burt Cole. © David R. 
Schwartz; 7Apr60; DU50760. 

THE BOGEYMAN, a play In two acts and 
seven scenes by Edward Russell Jacobs. 
© Edward Russell Jacobs; 28Mar60; 
DU50712. 

BONNIE ANN MCCALL, an original musical 
play by Charles A. McDaniel & John 
Gerstad. Text only. © Charles A. 
McDaniel & John Gerstad; 19Jan60; 
DU50293. 

THE BOOK OF JOB, as arranged for stage 
by Orlln Corey. This adaptation em- 
ploys the Authorized version of King 
James. © Orlln R. Corey; l6Feb60; 
DU50474. 

THE BOOKBINDER, a thirty min. teleplay 
in three acts by Minnie M. Tranter. 
© Minnie M. Tranter; 10May60; DU50965. 

THE BOOR; opera buff a in one act. Music 
by Domlnlck Argento. Libretto adapted 
from the play of Anton Chekhov by John 
Olon, pseud, of John 0. Scrymgeour. 
Vocal score. © Boo3ey & Hawkes, Inc.; 
24Mar60; DP4004. 

BORIS AND THE BRIEFCASE, a one-act comedy 
by R. A. Anderson & R. L. Sweeney. 
(Eldrldge popular one-act playscrlpts) 
© Eldrldge Pub. Co.; 2Sep59; DP3936. 

BORN TO SING, a musical drama In three 
acts by Ray Winters, pseud, of 
Rudolph Theo. Winter. Text only. 
© Rudolph T. Winter; 25Jan60; 
DU50306. 

BOTTEGHE OSCURE. SHE LA GTUSTIZIA. 

A BOTTLE AN' A BIRD, a comedy in three 
acts by Albert R. Johnson. Dramatiza- 
tion based on At the actors' boarding 
house and The Malson de Shine. NM: 
new matter. © Albert Richard John3on; 
23Jun60; DU51224. 

BOULEVARD DURAND; chronlque d'un proces 
oublie. Drame en deux parties par 
Armand Salacrou. Paris. © Librairie 
Gallimard; !Mar60; DFO-935. 






CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



THE BOY PROM THE GREEN PLANET, a play 
In two acts by Dorothy C. Caffrey i 
Eve Loomla. C Dorothy C. Caffrey i 
Eve Loomls; l8jan60; DU50279. 

THE BOT WHO KNEW JESUS, a play In one 
*:'. by Helen Harrington. C Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 29Jan60; DFJ95-6. 

THE BRAVE SERGEANT, a play In three acts 
by Calvlr. Relsland. O Calvin Michael 
Relsland; J:jun60; DU5126J. 

BREAD AND MEAT AND CASH VALUES, an orig- 
inal lecture on merchandising methods 
baaed on a new principle In the devel- 
opoent of cash values from accident 
Insurance written and delivered by 
Edward Wall. O Edward Wall; 19Apr60; 
C12860. 

THE BREADWINNER, a play In three acts 
by Robert Earl Sawyer. C Robert Earl 
Sawyer; 8Peb60; DU50<36. 

BREAKDOWN. SEE THE 'ME. 

BREAKING THE PROST BARRIER; recording 
script Tor the Prlgldalre Division by 
Jaa Handy Organization. C Prlgldalre 
Division, General Motors Corp. ; 
2May60; C12891. 

BREATH OP SPRING, a comedy In three acts 
by Peter Coke. London, S. Prench. 
(Prench's acting edition) C Peter 
Coke; 3NOV59; DP1311. 

THE BRIBE. SEE DALTON ADVENTURES. 

HE BATH. SEE POINT OF 

: 

THE BRIDE OP LAJOERMOOR. SEE LUCIA DI 

LuantnooB. 

BRONZE AGE EGYPT. SEE THE GREAT WORKS 
OP ART. 

•OH. SEE HI RDHR OH ARRI'. . 

BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER; or. Never mur- 
der your father, you'll always get 
shot In the end, a play In three acts 
written especially for the Jackson 
Hole Players and the Pink Garter Thea- 
tre by Ken Jon Booth (Kenneth Jon 
Booth) © Kenneth Jon Booth; Uun60; 
DP4053. 

BROTHER MARS, a new play In three acts 
by Lonnle Coleman. © Lonnle Coleman; 
23May60; DU51029. 

BROWN EYES, a 90 minute television 
drama by William L. Ostrowskl. 
O William L. Ostrowskl; 22Jan60; 
DU50526. 

BUFFALO BILL, a play In four scenes by 
Theo Baler. © Theo L. Baler; 24May60; 
DU51076. 

-.10 BILL CODY MEETS SLIPPERY JAKE. 
SEE THE SHOW MUST GO ON. 

BUILD WITH ONE HAND. 
OF GIANTS. 



SB 5, SONS 



THE BUILDING OF A CHURCH; recording 
script for the united Presbyterian 
Church In the U.S.A. by Jam Handy 
Organization. © United Presbyterian 
Church of North America; 2May60; 
C12928. 

BUILDING YOUR CHURCH; recording script 
for the United Church of Christ by Jam 
Handy Organization. © United Church of 
Christ, Congregational Christian 
Churches & Evangelical & Reformed 
Church; 2May60; C12929. 

BURN THE JOKER. SEE DALTON ADVENTURES: 
BURN THE JOKER. 

BURNING IN THE RAIN, a play In one act 
by Magda Berg. © Magda Berg; 13May60; 
DU50995 - 



BUSINESSMAN, a satire for television by 
Roger Wendell Bowen. © Roger Wendell 
Bowen; 7Jan60; DU50229. 



BUT A MOMENT LONG, a drama In two acts 
by Howard Paul. © Howard Paul; 
HMay60; DU50970. 

BUT MAN IS A MAN OF PEACE, a play In one 
act by Jack Voelpel. United Nations 
Assn. of Los Angeles. © Jack C. Voel- 
pel; lApr60; DP5000. 

BUT WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR ME LATELY? 
A play In two acts by Arthur Ross. 
© Arthur Albert Ross; HJan60; 
DU50246. 

THE BUTTERFLY SAGE AND THE LADY WITH THE 
PAN, a modern-ancient comedy of rela- 
tivity In two acta by Esther Shephard. 
O Esther Shephard; HApr60; DU50775. 

BY HIPPOCRATES I SWEAR, a play In three 
acts by Jonathan Murray, pseud, of 
Leonard Plom. O Leonard Flom; UunoO; 
DU51081. 

BY THE WAY; sound slldefllm shooting 
script for Montgomery Ward 4 Company, 
Training Department. Writer, Hal 
Secor. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. O Wilding, Inc.; 
26May60 ; DU5 1 . 



c 



C A C: CLASSROOM AUDIO CENTER SYSTEM. 
(T A C: Teacher audio center system) 
Lecture prepared for presentation to 
foreign language specialists In Hawaii 
by Erwln Gordon. © Erwln Eslah Oor- 
don; 12Peb60; C12853. 

CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA. SEE MERELY MAN. 

CAESAR AND THE GAUL. Thesis, M.A., 

University of California, Los Angeles. 
© Pierre George Vacho; JlMay60; 
DU51267. 

THE CAGE, a drama In three acts by 
J. Ryplnskl, pseud, of Juliette H. 
Mullln. O Juliette H. Mullln; 
l4Apr60; DU50819. 

CAIN'S SISTER. SEE THE DARK FLOW . 

CALIFORNIA GOLD, an adult, realistic 
Western melodrama for the screen In 
135 mln. by Barry Storm. © Barry 
Storm; 21Apr60; DU50905. 

CALL EL HORY. SKE LUCKY PIFRRE. 

THE CALL OF THE BLOOD; short story for 
teleplay by Frederick Splra. 
© Frederick Splra; 12Apr60; DU50786. 

CALL PROTECTION; play In three acts by 
William F. Alexander. © William F. 
Alexander; Uun60; DU51088. 



CALLIOPE, a play In three acts by 
Philip and Marjorie Appleman. 
© Philip Appleman & Marjorie Appleman; 
lFeb60; DU50J97. 

CALLIOPE, a play In three acts by Philip 
& Marjorie Appleman. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Philip Appleman & 
Marjorie Appleman; 28Apr60; DU50894. 

CALLIOPE, a storybook revue by Elzy 
Faulk, Jr. Text only. © Elzy Faulk, 
Jr.; 5Apr60; DU507'H. 

IL CAMPANELLO, a comic opera in, one act 
by Gaetano Donizetti. English adapta- 
tion by Deena Caivalierl & Merle Puf- 
fer. Text only. © Merle Puffer & 
Deena Cavallerl; 23Feb60; DU50539. 



CANDY FOR A QUEEN, a thirty minute 

drama for television by Esther Beeby. 
© Esther Beeby; lSMaroO; DU50657. 

CANONICUS, a play in eight scenes by 
Raymond J. Buck, Jr. © Raymond J. 
Buck, Jr.; 2UMay60; DU51043. 

CANTILLATION OP THE BIBLE, a talk with 
music by Elcanon Isaacs. i£ Elcanon 
Isaacs; 28jan60; C12721. 

THE CAR OF THE YEAR; recording script 
for the Pontlac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Pontlac Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12881. 

LE CARDINAL D'ESPAONE; piece en trols 
actes par Henry de Montherlant. 
© Henry de Montherlant; 29Dec59; 
DU5025« . 

LE CARDINAL D'ESPAGNE; piece en trols 
actes par Henry de Montherlant. 
Paris. © Llbralrle Galllmard; 
JOMaroO; DPO-936. 

CARISSIMA. SEE ONE FOOT IN PARADISE. 

CARNIVAL, a comedy In one act by Berry 
Fleming. Music by David T. Jones. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as a novel. 
NM: dramatization. © Berry Fleming; 
2May60; DU50961. 



CAROLA; play In three acts by Jean 
Renoir. English adaptation by the 
author in collaboration with Robert 
Qoldsby & Angela Goldsby. © Jean 
Renoir; l8Apr60; DU5083lt. 

CAROLINA, HERE I COME, a teleplay In two 
acts by Alfred J. Simon. © Alfred J. 
Simon; 22Jun60; DU51235. 

CAROLINE; or. The frantic fugue, a pur- 
suit-comedy in flye acts by Henry 
Montalgu. English adaptation by Ber- 
nard Citroen. © Henry Montalgu; 
23Feb60; DU50532. 

CARSON P. FRUITMOUND: SPRING COMES TO 
SLICK. (The adventures of Carson P. 
Frultmound) Radio 3crlpt by Bill 
Duane Blair & Richard Charles Calkins. 
© Bill Duane Blair & Richard Charles 
Calkins; 13May60; C12997. 

CARTE BLANCHE, an original television 
play by Jack Lord. © Jack Lord; 
15Apr60; DU50827. 

CASABLANCA TIMBER, a play In three acts 
by Carl Zlemba. © Carl Zlemba; 
19May60; DU51022. 

A CASE FOR COMMUNICATIONS; scenario by 
Lytle Corp. © Lytle Corp.; 6jan60; 
C12656. 

THE CASE OF MANKIND AGAINST EVE, a play 
by Leslie Burton Blades. American 
Unitarian Assn. © Leslie Burton 
Blades; 8Apr60; DPWt. 

THE CASE OF THE OPEN DOOR; recording 
script for Russell Kelly Office Serv- 
ice by Jam Handy Organization. 
©Russell Kelly Office Service, Inc.; 
2May60; C12879- 

THE CASE OF THE SLIPPERY OIL, the script 
for a motion picture in sound and 
color prepared for the Perfect Circle 
Corporation. Writer, Samuel Beall. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 8Feb60; 
C12733. 

CASEY JONES, a musical comedy dramatic 
play In two acts by Doris K. Lee 
Spelce. An adaptation from the book 
Casey Jones by Fred J. Lee. Text 
only. © Doris K. Lee Spelce; 2Mar60; 
DU50567. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



CASHING IN ON A-B-C; sound slldefllm 
3hootlng script for the Champion 
Paper 4 Fibre Co., advertising and 
sales promotion. Writer, Don Durlan. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 6jun60; 
C13033. 

THE CASKET SINKERS; story written for a 
recording by Peter Kllham & Alan C. 
Bemls. © Alan C. Bemis & Peter 
Kllham; 30Mar60; C12855. 

CASTLE IN THE VILLAGE, a play In one 
scene by Verna Woskoff. (In The Best 
short plays, 1958-1959, p.^5-68) 
© Verna Woskoff; l6Nov59; DP4060. 

CATCH A FALLEN STAR, a play in two act3 
by Richard Wolcott Cohen. © Richard 
Wolcott Cohen; 9May60; DU50956. 

CATHERINE LABOURE AND THE MIRACULOUS 
MEDAL, the story of St. Catherine 
Laboure and her mission to the world. 
A drama in 3 acts by Mary Eunice, 
pseud, of Mary-Eunice Spagnola. 
© Mary Eunice Spagnola; 25May60; 
DU51049. 

CATSTICK, a play In three acts by Jack 
G. Barefleld. © Jack G. Barefleld; 
21Jun60; DU51229. 

CAUSED BY RUM; story written for a 
recording by Peter Kllham & Alan C. 
Bemls. © Alan C. Bemls & Peter 
Kllham; 30Mar60; CI2856. 

THE CAVE OF SALAMANCA, a play In one act 
by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. 
Translated by Edwin Honlg. (In 
Chrysalis. i960, vol.13, nos.1-4; 
issue 65) © Edwin Honig; 22Apr60; 
DP4031. 

CELEBRATION, a play in three acts by 
Mark Janney, pseud, of Mark Trachten- 
berg. © Mark Janney; 5Jan60; DU50217. 

CELESTIAL ERROR, a play in one act by 
Patricia Brooks. London, H. F. W. 
Deane. "9 Patricia Brooks; 21Dec58; 
DPI 286. 

THE CELESTIAL LIBRARY, a one -act fantasy 
by J. R. Brownfleld. © J. R. Brown- 
field; l4Apr60; DU5082U. 

THE CELL, a play in one act by John 
Kirn. © Broadman Press; 17Feb60; 
DP3998. 

LA CERBIATTA NEL LETTO DI GHIACCIO. 
(The young doe in the bed of ice) 
Dramma in tre atti dl Marcello Micell. 
© Marcello Micell; 10Feb60; DU50441. 

CETREA, a musical play In four acts. 
Score by Marlene Rothbort; libretto by 
Lawrence Rothbort. © Marlene Rothbort 
& Lawrence Rothbort; 22Mar60; DU50672. 

CHAINS OF DESTINY. SEE ANNENKOFF. 



CHAMPIONSHIP SHOOTING, a television unit 
series program, by P. Mett, pseud, of 
Peter Mettevells. Episodes 1-4. 
© Peter Metteveli3; 22Jan60; C12684. 

THE CHANGE OF TIMES, a thirty minute 
public service presentation for tele- 
vision suggested for Sunday after- 
noons by Leslie Banos. Episode no.l: 
Germany, now and then. © Leslie 
Banos; l8Feb60; C12744. 

CHANTECLER; play in four acts by Edmond 
Rostand. Authorized translation & 
adaptation by Angna Enters. © Angna 
Enters; 4jan60; DU50209. 

CHARADE, a dramatization in three acts 
by Mark Orrin Walker of Edlta Morris ' 
novel Charade. © Mark Orrin Walker; 
lApr60; DU50731. 



CHARADE; libretto for a music -drama in 
three scenes by Jascha Kessler. 
© Jascha Kessler; l6Mar60; DU50645. 

CHARLEY'S SWORD, a play in three acts 
by Richard C. Martin. © Richard C. 
Martin; l6Feb60; DU50475. 

CHAT EN POCHE. SEE DIE KATZE IM SACK. 

CHATEAU EN SUEDE; theatre par Francoise 
Sagan, pseud, de Francoise Schoeller. 
Paris. © Rene Julliard; 28Apr60; 
DFO-947. 

CHEVROLET TRUCK BRAKES; recording script 
for the Chevrolet Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12895- 



CHICAGO HOUSE; scenes from city life in 
three acts by Avl Wortis. © Avi 
Wortis; lMay60; DP4022. 

CHICKEN; monologue by Johnny Gunn. 

© M. Witraark & Sons; 19Feb60; C12779. 

THE CHILDHOOD OF CHRIST. (L'enfance du 
Christ) Oratorio by Hector Berlioz, 
book and music. Book translated by 
Martha Wlnburn England. Text only. 
© Martha Winburn England; 25Feb60; 
DU50526. 

CHILDREN OF DESTINY; or, Destiny's 

children. Radio and television series 
with music by Esther B. Glaser. Radio 
scripts 1-3. © Esther B. Glaser; 
l4Apr60; DU50816. 

CHILDREN OF DESTINY; radio scripts 4-5 
of a series with music, written by 
Esther B. Glaser. © Esther B. Glaser; 
7Jun60; DU51116. 



CHIRURGIE UND LIEBE; Komodle in 9 
Bildern von Marcel Dornler. 
Wien. (UE 13155) © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 30Jan60; DFO-949. 

A CHOICE OF WEAPONS, a play in two acts 
by Jane McClure. © Jane McClure; 
14Jun60; DU51245. 



CHOOSE AN INTELLECT; or, Pick and take, 

then take your pick; script for a 

television quiz show series by 

Dovie A. Owens. © Dovle A. 0wen3; 
4jan60; C12699. 

CHOREOGRAPHIC NOTATION FOR VARIATIONS 
I, II, III, IV, V, AND VI OF PAS DE 
SIX, FROM PROLOGUE OF BALLET SLEEPING 
BEAUTY, compiled by Henry Danton. 
© Henry David Danton; 6jan60; DU50241. 

THE CHORUS OIRL, a one-act play by John 
A. Stone. Based on the short story of 
the same title by Anton Chekhov. 
© John Alexander Stone; HApr60; 
DU50771. 

CHRIS; monologue by Johnny Gunn. 

© M. Witmark 8c Sons; 19Feb60; C12772. 

CHRIS BROWN GETS THE ANSWER; sound 

slldefllm shooting script for Standard 
Oil Co. Job 9703. Writers, Don 
Durian & others. Appl author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Standard 
Oil Co.; llMay60; C13004. 

CHRISTMAS AT GRECCIO, a Christmas play 
in one act by Mary Francis. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 12Nov59; DP4007. 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL, by Charles Dickens. 
A dramatization in four acts with 
choral ensemble by Charles Leonettl. 
Text only. © Charles Leonetti; 
31May60; DU51073. 



A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 
CHRISTMAS CAROL. 



SEE DICKENS A 



CHRISTMAS COMES TO SANTA'S WORKSHOP, a 
Christmas play for children by Doris 
0. Moore. (Eldrldge Christmas enter- 
tainments) © Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
25Sep59; DP3933. 



THE CHRISTMAS GIFTS, a play in one act 
by Dorothy Lehman Sumerau. (Eldrldge 
Christmas entertainments) © Eldrldge 
Pub. Co.; 10ct59; DP3930. 

CHRISTMAS IN OLD LEHIGH; script for a 
Pennsylvania German Christmas pageant 
by Martha Stumpf Schaeffer & W. W. 
Swallow. © Martha Stumpf Schaeffer & 
W. W. Swallow; 26Feb60; C12764. 

CHRISTMAS PLAYS AND PROGRAMS by Aileen 
Fisher. Plays, Inc. © Aileen 
Fisher; 19Apr60; Al|ij.l536. 

THE CHRISTMAS TREE FOREST (IN THE GREAT 
WALLED COUNTRY) ; Christmas play in one 
act by Isabel S. Clark. Adapted from 
a story by Raymond Alden. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 12Nov59; DP4012. 

CHRISTOPHER FISH, a musical fish fable 
In three acts by Pat Deane (Patricia 
Ann Deane) Text only. © Pat Deane; 
3May60; DU50929. 

CICERO, a tragedy in three acts of 
ancient Rome by Upton Sinclair. 
© Upton Sinclair; 20Apr60; DU50845. 

CIELO CAIDO; tragedia del bello cuerpo 
en tres actos y en prosa por Emllio S. 
Belaval. © Emilio S. Belaval; 8Apr60; 
DU50765 . 



LE CIMETIERE DES VOITURES. 
THE AUTOMOBILE 3RAVEYARD. 



SEE 



CINAMEE, a play in nineteen scenes by 
Oloria Vanderbllt. © Gloria Vander- 
bilt; 13Jun60; DU51146. 

CINDERELLA, a play with music in three 
acts by Elizabeth Goodwyn & Helen 
Jordan. Text only. © Elizabeth 
Goodwyn & Helen Jordan; 7Apr60; 
DU50757. 

CINDERELLA; opera in one act, PFPC — 
prelude, fanfare, proclamation and 
chorus, four scenes. Music by Richard 
C. Moffatt; libretto by Arthur Rich- 
mond & Richard C. Moffatt. © Richard 
C. Moffatt & Arthur Richmond; 2Mar60; 
DU50582. 

CIRCLE IN THE SKY, a modern comedy in 
three acta by Dale Engle. © Dale 
Engle; 20Apr60; DU50904. 

CIVIL WAR, CAIRO, 1861. SEE THE fTHER 
VOLUNTEER. 

CLARKE THEORY OF STORMS, by Gerald Weir 
Clarke. © Gerald Weir Clarke; 7Mar60; 
C 12846. 

CLASSIFIED: THE GREAT GAMBLER; pilot 
script for a television series by 
Joy Reese Shaw. Produced & directed 
for Classified Personnel Productions. 
© Harold A. Brown; 22Jun60; DU51232. 

CLASSROOM AUDIO CENTER ifSTEM. SEE 
C A C: CLASSROOM AUDI CENTER SYSTEM. 

CLICK HANIGAN, a half -h jur television 
play, film or live, bi Baron Keyes. 
1st episode : The twin sold urns . 
© Baron Keyes; 26Apr60; DU50875. 

CLICKETY-CLICK! A come \y in three acts 
by Steve Prince, pseud, of William S. 
Prince. © William S. Prince & Joan L. 
Prince; l6jun60; DU51200. 






CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



CLOSE THE LOOP; scenario by Cordon E. 
Barto * Lytle Corp. © Lytle Corp.; 
6Jan60; C12655- 

CLOS: ^UES, a black and white 

dour .re acrlpc prepared 

for Plymouth - De Soto - Valiant Divi- 
sion, Chrysler Corporation. Writer, 
DePorest Walton. Appl. author: 

. employer for hire. 
O Wilding, Inc.; 26May60; DU31179. 



A CLOUD THAT'S GOT TO BE. 



SEE 31 



CLYTEMKESTRA, a play In three acts by 
Carol K. Anthony. O Carol K. Anthony; 
aiMarfiO; DU50667. 

THE COAST OP COROMANDEL, a play In three 
acts by J. H. Sadler. London, 
S. French. (Prench's acting edition) 
O J. M. Sadler; 10No»59; DF1308. 

THE COASTSR. SEK SWAP THE KNOW-HOW 
PROGRAM: THE COASTER. 

COAT OP MANY COLORS, a play la three 
acts by Sterna Robinson Chase. 
O Sterna Robinson Chase; 12May60; 
DU50972. 

COCKFIGHT. (Tuppfacktnlng) A coaedy In 
three acts by Erik MUller. Translated 
by Lorrle Ross Ho lain (Lorena Anne 
Ross Ho lain) C Lorena Anne Ross Hoi- 
«ln; 28M*r60; D050716. 

COCONUTS? TOMATOES? Recording script 
for the Chevrolet Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. O Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12909. 

COCOON, a play In three acts by Andrew 
Susac. O Andrew Susac; 22Apr60; 
D050855. 

EL COBOR IN PAS; coamedla In tre attl 
dl Antonio Greppl. O Antonio Oreppl; 
llPeboO; DU50*80. 

LE COEUR LEGER; comedle en deux actes 
et trols tableaux de Samuel Taylor et 
Cornelia Otis Skinner. Texte francals 
de Claude Andre Puget, pseud, de 
Andre Puget-Maurles-Delgoutte. (In 
Les oeuvres llbres. Paris. Dec. 
1959, p. 1*7-2**) © Claude Andre 
Puget; 30Dec59; DPO-927. 

A COLLECTION OP SKETCHES, by Harold 
Pinter. O Harold Pinter; 31Dec59; 
DU50243. 

THE COLLECTORS, a one -act play by 
Kenneth Lash. C Kenneth Lash; 
15Jun60; DU51162. 



COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST: A MESSAOE 
OP IMPORTANCE; radio script by Harold 
Romlne for Jlra Kelley Buick. e Harold 
Romlne; 25Apr60; C12960. 

COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST: PLPTEEN 
HUNDRED D0LLAP3; radio script by 
Harold Romlne for Jim Kelley Buick. 
© Harold Romlne; 25Apr60; C12959. 

COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST: HEY, HIGH 
SCHOOL KIDS: Radio script by Harold 
Romlne for Jim Kelley Buick. © Harold 
Romlne; 25Apr60; C12961. 

COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST: SAY, 
SENIORS; radio script by Harold 
Roailne for Jim Kelley Buick. © Harold 
Romlne; 25Apr€;; C12958. 

THE COLONIAL SPY. SEE TONY VERNA AND 
P. T. BEAUMONT PRESENT THE COLONIAL 
SPY. 

COLOR SCHEME, a drama In three acts by 
Hindi Brook3, pseud, of Hlnda Klein- 
muntz. © Hlr. i Brooks; 7Mar60; 
DU5059*. 



COME MY MARINERS, a play In five scenes 
by William H. Shelmerdene, Jr. (Wtn. 
Sheldene) & Mary Plnney Shelmerdene 
(Mary Lee) © Vta. H. Shelmerdene, Jr. 
& Mary Plnney Shelmerdene; 12Apr60; 
DU537S3. 

COMB OVER TO OUR HOUSE, a comedy In 
five acts by Anthony Rlnella. NM: 
additions & revisions. O Anthony A. 
Rlnella; 25Jan60; DU50367. 



COME SHARE MY HOUSE, a play In two acts 
by Theodore Apsteln. O Theodore 
Apsteln; 25Jan60; DU503*3. 

UNA COMEDIA ESPANOLA DE ERRORES, a 

comedy in one act by Sandy Mac Murdo, 

pseud, of Preston Mac Murdo. 

© Preston Mac Murdo; 9May60; DU50961. 

COMES THE DREAMER, a play of affirmation 
In two acts by John Wexley. O John 
Wexley; l6Peb60; DU50*72. 

COMMENCEMENT IS HERE! A valuable col- 
lection of materials for use In senior 
and Junior high schools, by Dorothy 
Lehman Sumerau. (Eldrldge speolal day 
material) © Eldrldge Pub. Co.; 10ct59; 
DP39** . 

COMMUNITY HALL, a play In three acts by 
Grace Butt. O Oraoe Butt; 13Apr60; 
DU50811 . 

COMMUNITY SPIRIT, a play In two acts by 
Bernard Dllbert. © Bernard Dllbert; 
*May60; DU50938. 

A COMPARISON BETWEEN 1959 PRIOIDAIRE 
RANGES AND OTHER BRANDS; recording 
script for the Prlgldalre Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. © Prlgldalre 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C1289*. 

COMPLETE THE PAMILY; script for a quiz 
show by Mark Owens . © Mark Owens ; 
l8Apr60; C12859. 

COMPLEXIONS, a short musical revue. 
Sketches and lyrics by Phoebe Wray, 
pseud, of Phoebe Rae Gregory. Music 
by Alonzo Levester & Phoebe Wray. 
Text only. © Phoebe Wray 5c Alonzo 
Levester; 10Peb60; DU50**3. 

COMPOSITION IN COMEDY, a monologue by 
Lillian Blankateln (Lillian White) 
j Lillian Blanksteln; 23Feb60; C12750. 

THE COMPUTER COMES TO MARKETING; script 
prepared for Fortune Films. Writer, 
y.aurlce Rapf. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 26May60; DU51178. 

THE CONFESSION, a monologue by Richard 
W. Harris. © Richard W. Harris; 
21J3i60; C12679. 



THE CONNECTION, a play in two acts by 
Jack Gelber. Introduction by Kenneth 
Tynan; photographs by John E. Wulp. 
Grove Press. (Evergreen original, 
E-223) Appl. states prev. reg. in 
1957, DU*5*22. NM: additions. © Jack 
Gelber St Kenneth Tynan; 26Apr60; 
DP*039- 

THE CONNECTION, a screenplay shooting 
script by Jack Gelber. Appl. states 
prev. reg. DU*5*22. © Jack Gelber; 
l4Apr60; DU50825. 



CONSTANCY UNREWARDED. 
STANDING. 



SEE THE UNDER- 



THE CONTINENTAL TOUCH, a dramatic comedy 
In three acts by Leo Fuchs, pseud, of 
Abraham Leon Springer, and Al Julian. 
© Leo Fuohs * Al Julian; 15Jun60; 
DU5H6*. 

THE CONTROL OF CONQESTIVE HEART FAILURE, 
by Arthur C. DeGraff. © Ciba Pharma- 
ceutical Products, Inc.; 17Jun60; 
C13056. 

CONVENIENCE UNLIMITED; recording script 
for the Prlgldalre Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Prlgldalre 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12892. 

CONVICT NO. 60253, a Purlm play with 
music in two scenes by Shulamlth 
Hlrsch. Text only. © Shulamlth 
Hirsch; llMay60; DU50969. 

THE COOPERATIVE BRIDGE, a play by 

Carolyn Hawkins. © Carolyn Hawkins; 
15Jan60 (in notice: 1959); DP3996. 

THE CORPORATE KEY TO A OREATER SOCIETY, 
a tentative organization of subject 
matter for a motion picture based 
upon the lectures by Roger M. Blough, 
chairman of the board, United States 
Steel Corp. Writer, John B. Daven- 
port. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
26May60; C1301*. 

THE CORPSE HAD FOUR FEET; shooting 
script based on the story Lucky 
Pierre. Created by Hal James & Sid- 
ney Slon. © Hal James d.b.a. Tri- 
color Productions & Sidney Slon; 
13Jun60; DU51209. 

T"F CORPSE HAD FOUR F^FT. SEE LUCKY 
PIFRR". 

THE CORPSE TALKS BACK.' Recording script 
for OMC Truck i Coach Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © GMC Truck & 
Coach Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12932. 



CORPUS DELICTI SERIES. 
PRINTS THAT LIED. 



SEE THE FINGKR- 



CONSTAHTINE THE GREAT AND HELENA. 
SEE IN THIS SIGN. 



THE CORRECTION OF AN ERROR; address to 
be delivered by J. D. Wilson to a 
chosen audience In Atlanta, Georgia 
on Friday, January 29th, i960. © Jo- 
seph Daniel Wilson; lFeb60; C127*0. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DECREES ON 
FINANCE AND SUPPLY BY MRS. G. W. 
BALLARD AND THE I AM STUDENTS; record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; llMay60; 
C12986. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY AMBASSADOR FROM BELOVED MIGHTY 
HELIOS; Chicago, 111., Jan. 17, 1959. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
2Mar60; C12793. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Sept. 13, 1958. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; HMay60; 
C12988. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED BLESSED MIGHTY HERCULES; 
Chicago, 111., Jan. 9, 1959. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; llMay60; 
C12990. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Chicago, 111., Dec. 
22, 1958. Recording script by Saint 
Germain Press. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 2Mar60; C12787. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GOD OF GOLD; Chicago, 111., 
Jan. 5, 1959. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; HMay60; C12984. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OK LIBERTY; Santa 
Pe, N. M., May 10, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; HMay60; 
C12982. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GREAT DIVINE DIRECTOR; 
Chicago, 111., Dec. 28, 1958. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; HMay60; 
C12977. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MARY; Chicago, 111., Dec. 
24, 1958. Recording script by Saint 
Germain Press. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 2Mar60; CI2789. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS; Chicago, 
111., Dec. 25, 1958. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. © Saint Ger- 
main Press, Inc.; 2Mar60; C12790. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY CYCLOPEA; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Sept. It, 1958. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; llMay60; 
C12981. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY LANTO; Chicago, 
111., Dec. 31, 1958. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. © Saint Ger- 
main Press, Inc.; llMay60; C12974. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Chicago, 
111., Mar. 8, 1959. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. © Saint Ger- 
main Press, Inc.; 2Mar60; C12795. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED OROMASIS; Chicago, 111., 
Dec. 30, 1958. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; llMay60; C12975. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED PRECIOUS LETO; Chicago, 
111., Jan. 8, 1959. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. © Saint Ger- 
main Press, Inc.; 2Mar60; C12791. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED BELOVED ANGEL OF THE JADE 
TEMPLE; Chicago, 111., Jan. 4, 1959. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
llMay60; C12971. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED BELOVED GOD TABOR; Chicago, 
111., Mar. 1, 1959. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. © Saint Ger- 
main Press, Inc.; 2Mar60; C12794. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED GODDESS OF JUSTICE; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Sept. 15, 1958. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Pre3s . 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; llMay60; 
C12989. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED MESSENGER NO. I FROM THE 
SECRET LOVE STAR; Chicago, 111., Jan. 
15» 1959. Recording script by Saint 
Germain Press. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 2Mar60; C12792. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED ASTREA; Chicago, 
111., Jan. 2, 1959. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. © Saint Ger- 
main Press, Inc.; HMay60; C12972. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED BLESSED SAINT GER- 
MAIN; Chicago, 111., Dec. 21, 1958. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
2Mar60; C12786. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED RULER OF THE GREAT 
VIOLET PLANET; Chicago, 111., Jan. 10, 
1959. Recording script by Saint Ger- 
main Press. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; HMay60; 012983. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED SANAT KUMARA; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Sept. 11, 1958. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; HMay60; 
C12980. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BLESSED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; 
Chicago, 111., Dec. 23, 1958. Record- 
ing 3crlpt by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 2Mar60; 
C12788. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BLESSED ELOHIM OF PURITY; 
Chicago, 111., Dec. 27, 1958. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; llMay60; 
C12978. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY HERCULES; Shasta Springs, 
Calif., Sept. 12, 1958. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; HMay60; 
C12987. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY RAY-O-LIGHT; Chicago, 111., 
Dec. 29, 1958. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; llMay60; C12976. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY THE GREAT ELOHIM, MIGHTY CYCLOPEA; 
Chicago, 111., Jan. 1, 1959. Record- 
ing script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; llMay60; 
C12973 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY THE GREAT SILENT WATCHER; Chicago, 
111., Dec. 26, 1958. Recording sorlpt 
by Saint Germain Press. © Saint Ger- 
main Press, Inc.; llMay60; C12979. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED INVOCATION 
BY MRS. G. W. BALLARD, BELOVED ASCEND- 
ED MASTER SAINT GERMAIN'S DICTATION; 
Shasta Springs, Calif., Sep. 8, 1958. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
2Mar60; C12784. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED INVOCATION 
BY MRS. G. W. BALLARD, BELOVED MIGHTY 
VICTORY'S DICTATION; Shasta Springs, 
Calif., Sep. 10, 1958. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 2Mar60; 
C12785. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED INVOCATION 
BY MRS. G. W. BALLARD, MIGHTY MASTER 
SAINT GERMAIN'S CLASS; Santa Fe, 
N. M., Apr. 7, 1958. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. © Saint Ger- 
main Press, Inc.; 2Mar60; C12782. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED SCRIPT OF 
DICTATION GIVEN BY BELOVED GODDESS OF 
LIBERTY- -INVOCATION RECORD; Santa Fe, 
N. M., May 10, 1959. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. © Saint Ger- 
main Press, Inc.; HMay60; CI2985. 

CORRESPONDING WITH THE RECORDED INVOCA- 
TION BY MRS. G. W. BALLARD, MIGHTY 
RULER OF THE VIOLET PLANET'S CLASS; 
Santa Fe, N. M., Apr. 12, 1958. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 2Mar60; 
C12783. 



COSTUMES AND CARDS, a dream tragedy for 
children by Paul Beechlng. © Paul 
Quinn Beechlng; Uun60; DP4033. 

COULD WE HAVE KNOWN? A tragedy of mis- 
placed manpower written by James L. 
Howard, Jr. © Life Insurance Agency 
Management Assn.; 17Mar60; DU50651. 

A COUPLE WITH EXPERIENCE, a play In six 
scenes by L. Bush-Fekete. © Leslie 
Bush-Fekete; 4Apr60; DU50795. 

THE COURT OF LAST RESORT, a morality 
play In three acts by Richard Manson. 
© Richard Manson; 12May60; DU50975. 

COURTSHIP. SEE DALTOK ADVENTURES: 
COURTSHIP. 

THE COW-CATCHER ON THE CABOOSE, a play 
in two scenes by Edward H. Devany. 
(In The Best short play3, 1958-1959, 
p. 1-31) © Edward H. Devany; l6Nov59; 
DPt058. 

THE CREAM SKIMMER. SEE SWAP THE KNOW- 
HOW PROGRAM: THE CREAM SKIMMER. 

CREUSA; opus 22 par Comte Isolani, pseud, 
de Mark Eucher. © Mark Eucher; 
l4Mar60; DU50621. 

CRISTAL ROTO EN EL TIEMPO; pausa 
dolorosa en dos actos y una voz de 
Myrna Casas. © Myrna Casas; 25Apr60; 
DU50908. 

CRITIC. SEE THE REHEARSAL. 

THE CROOKED TREE, a play in three acts 
by F. G. Aller. © Faustino Gonzalez 
Aller; 23Feb60; DU50509. 

CROSS BEARING. SEE SIMON THE CYRENE. 



THE CROSS ON HILL 700, a play by Huey 
Grollmes, pseud, of Eugene E. 
Grollmes. © Eugene E. Grollmes; 
25Jan60; DU50337. 

THE CROSSCUT NIGHT, a play in three acts 
by Harvey Firari. © Harvey E. FIrari; 
31Mar60; DU50726. 

CROSSES ON THE HILL, a morality play In 
three acts by Eula A. Lamphere. 
© Samuel French, Inc.; 31Dec59; DP4010. 

CROSSROAD, a play in one act by Avi 
Wortls. © Avi Wortis; 23May60; 
DU51034. 

CROWSHAW, a play for television in three 
acts by A. A. Goldfield. © Albert 
Goldfield; 2May60; DU50915. 

CRUSADE FOR QUALITY AND SURVIVAL; essay 
by Joseph A. Bascle, Jr. © Joseph A. 
Bascle, Jr.; 13Jun60; C1307^. 

THE CUPBOARD IS BARE, a two act play by 
Charles N. Dlggs. NM: additions Sc 
revisions. © Charles Norman Dlggs; 
llMay60; DU51014. 

THE CURRENT OF THE WHEEL, an original 
stage play in four acts by Alvin 
Mitchell Chester. © Alvln Mitchell 
Chester; 23May60; DU51030. 

THE CURSE, a play in three scenes oy 
Patrl Vance (Patricia Vance) & Susanne 
Falardeau. © Patricia Vance; 6May60; 
DU50951. 

THE CURSE AND THE CROWN, a short two -act 
Easter play by Gleness M. McCourt. 
(Eldrldge church entertainments) 
© Eldrldge Pub. Co.; 15Sep59; DP393^. 

CUTHBERT BOUND, an Interlude with elec- 
tronic music in one act. Words by 
Christopher Newton; music by L. A. 
Hiller. Text only. © Christopher 
Newton & Lejaren Arthur Hiller, Jr.; 
21Mar60; DU50903. 






CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



CYCLONE, a draaa In three acts by 
Esther Beeby . Esther Beeby; 
5Feb60; 0050*25. 

HE, a drana. In three acta by Esther 
Beeby. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU50425. NJt: revisions. C Esther 
Beeby; ljun60; DOS! 

CYRANO; vocal score and libretto. An 
operetta In two acts based on the 
faaous play Cyrano de Bergerac by 
Edaond Rostand. Libretto by Jacques 
Deauvllle, pseud, of Charles George; 
lyrics and anisic by Charlea George. 
C Saauel Prench, Inc.; 2FeboO; DP*015. 

CYRANO DE BERGEhAC. SEE 
CYRANO. 

CYRA.HO'S GAZETTE. 
ROXAKE. 

CYRANO'S GAZETTE, a play In three acts 
by Vlnce Harding from the Brian Hooker 
translation of Cyrano de Bergerac by 
Edaond Rostand. O Vlnce Harding; 
5Apr60; D05O7*O. 

THE CYRENIAN'S SECRET; two act play by 
Louise Leap (Louise Leap Pabst) 
C Louise Leap Pabst; 25Apr60; DU50859. 



D 



THE DAFPY DEBATING SOCIETY; script for a 
television series by Arthur Henley. 
O Arthur Henley; lSPeboO; C127*l. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: BURN THE JOKER; 

screenplay by Madge G. Becker. Appl. 
author: Russell w. Kurtz, employer for 
hire. C Russell w. Kurtz; 17Kar60; 
DU50701. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: COURTSHIP; screenplay 
by Madge 0. Becker. Appl. author: 
Russell W. Kurtz, employer for hire. 
C Russell V. Kurtz; 17Mar60; DU50700. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: PAIR GAME; screenplay 
by Madge G. Becker. Appl. author: 
Russell W. Kurtz, employer for hire. 
B Russell W. Kurtz; 8Mar60; DU50598. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: FIRE WATER; screen- 
play by Madge G. Becker. Appl. 
author: Russell W. Kurtz, employer for 
hire. Russell W. Kurtz; 3Mar60; 
DU50572. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: POOL'S MALICE; 

screenplay by Madge G. Becker. Appl. 
author: Russell W. Kurtz, employer for 
hire. <a Russell W. Kurtz; 7Mar60; 
DU50595. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: PROM DEPUTIES TO 
OUTLAWS; screenplay by Kadge G. 
Becker. Appl. author: Russell W. 
Kurtz, employer for hire. © RusBell 
W. Kurtz; 2Kay60; DU50982. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: FRONTIER ROYALTY; 
screenplay by Madge G. Becker. Appl. 
author: Russell W. Kurtz, employer for 
hire. © Russell W. Kurtz; 28Mar60; 
DU50911. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: HERO WORSHIPPER; 
screenplay by Madge G. Becker. Appl. 
author: Russell W. Kurtz, employer for 
hire. © Russell W. Kurtz; 4Apr60; 
DU50738. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: JULIA; screenplay by 
Madge G. Becker. Appl. author: 
Russell W. Kurtz, employer for hire. 
© RuBsell W. Kurtz; 4Apr60; DU50737. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: LUKE'S BROTHERS; 
screenplay by Ruth Hlgglns. Appl. 
author: Russell W. Kurtz, employer for 
hire. © Russell W. Kurtz; 2Mar60; 
DU50564. 



DALTON ADVENTURES: THE AVENGER; screen- 
play by Madge G. Becker. Appl. au- 
thor: Russell W. Kurtz, employer for 
hire. Russell W. Kurtz; 7Mar60; 
DU50596. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: THE BRIBE; screenplay 
by Madge G. Becker. Appl. author: 
Russell W. Kurtz, employer for hire 
O Russell W. Kurtz; 2May60; DU5091S. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: THE FIRST STONE; 
screenplay by Madge G. Becker. Appl. 
author: Russell W. Kurtz, employer for 
hire. © Russell W. Kurtz; 23Mar60; 
DU50910. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: THE FOREIGNER; 

screenplay by Madge Gilchrist Pecker. 
Appl. author: Russell W. Kurtz., em- 
ployer for hire. Russell W. Kurtz; 
8Jtar60; DU50597. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: THE GENTLEWOMAN; 
screenplay by Madge G. Becker. Appl. 
author: Russell W. Kurtz, employer for 
hire. © Russell W. Kurtz; 4Mar60; 
DU50576. 

DALTON ADVENTURES: TROWBRJDOE'S CAPTURE; 
screenplay by Ruth Hlgglns. Appl. 
author: Russell W. Kurtz, employer for 
hire, o Russell W. Kurtz; 2Mar60; 
DU5056J. 

DALTON 00 : BE THE DALTONS RODE 
JUDGE PARKER: DALTON OUTLAWS. 

THE DALTONS RODE FOR JUDGE PARKER: DAL- 
TON OUTLAWS. (Man In the river) 
Screenplay by Madge G. Becker. Appl. 
author: Russell W. Kurtz, employer for 
hire. © Russell W. Kurtz; 19May60; 
DU5105O. 

THE DALTONS RODE FOR JUDOE PARKER: MAN 
IN THE RIVER; screenplay by Kadge G. 
Becker. Appl. author: Russell W. 
Kurtz, employer for hire. © Russell 
W. Kurtz; 13May60; DU50989. 

THE DANCE OP THE DREAMER, a three act 
play Tor the stage by Jim McShane 
(James McShane) © James McShane; 
2 : »Mar60; DU50690. 

DANCE UPON DISHES; a play In 2 acts. 
By Jerome I. Rodale. Rodale Press. 
Formerly The girl and the teenager. 
NM: revisions. © Jerome I. Rodale; 
HDec58; A367626. 

DANCING IS FOR DOPES, a comedy In three 
acts by Doris Moore. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 25Mar60; DP'WOl. 

THE DARK FLOWER, a play In three acts by 
Beatrice Austin (Beatrice Austin Han- 
son) Copyrighted by the author, 1950, 
under the title Cain's sister. NK: 
revisions. S Beatrice Austin Hanson; 
lJun60; DU51067. 

DARK FRIDAY, a story concerning the life 
of Jesus from the Annunciation to the 
Resurrection, by D. Chaffln Duncan. 
© Dewey Chaffln Duncan; 4Dec59; 
DU50267 . 

THE DARK-HAIRED BOY, a play In four acts 
by Abe Berger, pseud, of Irving 
Stlefel. © Irving Stlefel; 2May60; 
DU50924. 

DARK HERITAOE, a play in three acts by 
Milt Calne (Milton A. Caine) © Milton 
A. Calne; 5Feb60; DU50421. 

DARLINGS OF THE GODS, a play In three 
acts by Dennis Selby. © Dennis Selby; 
3May60; DU50933. 

DAVID AND GOLIATH, a television play in 
three acts by Daniel P. O'Connor. 
© Daniel Patrick O'Connor; 2Jun60; 
DU51094 . 



DAVID DRAYTON, a play In two acts by 
James P. Maloney, pseud, of Herbert 
Richard Oliver, 4 John R. McCain, 
pseud, of John McCain Rlraassa. 
© Herbert Richard Oliver Jb John McCain 
Rlmassa; "»Jan60; DU50212. 

THE DAY ADVERTISING ENDED, a television 
program In three acts by Alfred J. 
Simon based on a short story by the 
same name. © Alfred J. Simon; lJun60; 
DU51083. 

THE DAY AFTER YESTERDAY, a play In two 
acts by Carroll M. Robinson. © Car- 
roll M. Robinson; 2l*Feb60; DU50534. 



A DAY AT THE CIRCUS, a It 1/2 min. radio 
and recording script by Ken Ancell. 
© Ken Ancell; ltMaroO; C12808. 

THE DAY SLEEPER, a play In two acts by 
Frank D. Gllroy. © Frank D. Gllroy; 
HApr60; DU50776. 

A DAY WITH JOHNNY, a play for radio by 
Zelda S. Wolpe. © Zelda S. Wolpe; 
ltjun60; DU51219. 

THE DEADLY GAME, a play In two acts by 
Wilkes-Manchester Productions & James 
Yaffe. Adapted from the novel Break- 
down by Frledrlch Duerrenmatt. 
© Wilkes-Manchester Productions & 
James Yaffe; 3May60; DU50966. 

DEAR OLD STATE, a play In three acts by 
Dan Meckes. © Dan Meckes; 13Jun60; 
DU51198. 

DEAR SISTER, an original play In three 
acts for television by Fred Feldman. 
© Fred Feldman; HApr60; DU50770. 

DEATH IN PARIS, a one-act play for tele- 
vision by Rudolf H. Hertz. (In The 
Jewish forum. May 1959, p. 77-80) 
Jewish Forum & Rudolf H. Hertz; 
19May59; DP3973. 

THE DEATH OF BARCA, a play In one act by 
Magda Berg. © Magda Berg; 13May60; 
DU50996. 

THE DEATH OF MRS. SURRATT, an original 
play In three acts by Leonard Kramlsh. 
© Leonard Kramlsh; 23May60; DU51035. 

THE DEATH OF THE GREAT MAN, a tragedy In 
three acts by David C. Lawrence. 
© David C. Lawrence; 28Apr60; DU50888. 

DEATH OF THE MAFIA. SEE THE STATE CF 

INIQUITY. 
D^ATH ROW. SEF THIS NATIfN TiNDI''R TOD, 
3- 

DE BELLA'S BODY, a play in three acts 
by Arnold Falleder. © Arnold Edward 
Falleder; 19Jan60; DU50288. 



DEBORAH THE PROPHETESS AND BARAK THE SON 
OF ABIN0AM, by Aaron Rapoport, pseud, 
of Aaron B. Rappaport. In Yiddish. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Aaron B. 
Rappaport; ltMar60; DU50800. 

DELITTO PIU' DELITT0; dramma in tre attl 
dl Alessandro De Stefanl & Carlo 
Musso. © Alessandro De Stefanl & 
Carlo Musso; 15Jan60; DU50375. 

DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA, a series of four- 
teen radio scripts based on Alexis de 
Tocquevllle 's Democracy in America by 
George E. Probst & Lister Sinclair. 
© New York University (Division of 
General Education); 24jun60; DU51243. 

THE DEPARTURE, a play in three acts by 
Frank Fontaine. © Frank Fontaine; 
6Apr60; DU50753. 



10 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



DEPENDABLE HIGH-STRENGTH CONTAINERS, a 
3hootlng script for a film dealing 
with the Ladlsh concept for forged 
rocket motor cases. Writer: John 
Davenport. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Wilding, 
Inc.; Iljan60; C12690. 

DESPERATE HOURS. SEE LE VELO DEVANT 
LA PORTE. 

DESTINY AT DRYBOHK. SEE OWEN WISTER 

GOES WEST. 
DESTINY'S CHILDREN. SEE CHILDREN OP 

DSST rNY. 

DE TANTO CAMINAR; auto alegorlco en trea 
cuadros por Piri Fernandez (Carmen P. 
Fernandez de Lewis) Text only. 
© Carmen P. Fernandez de Lewis; 
22Apr60; DU50857. 

DEUCES ARE WILD, a play In three acts 
by Will Schneider, pseud, of Maurice 
Schneider, and Robert M. French. 
© Maurice Schneider & Robert M. 
French, Jr.; 15Jan60; DU50272. 

LES DEUX BOURREAUX. SEE THE AUTOMOBILE 
GRAVEYARD. 

THE DEVIL AND ADAM AND EVE, a play in 
three acts by Rice Ollwln, pseud, of 
Dolores Georgia Olewln. © Dolores 
Georgia Olewin; 6jun60; DU51111. 

THE DEVIL AND UNCLE SAM, a play in 3 
acts by Albert Green. © Albert Green; 
l4Apr60; DU50820. 

THE DEVIL WITH MY WIFE, a play in three 
acts by Paul S. Newman. © Paul S. 
Newman; 20Jun60; DU51205. 

DIARY OF A SALES COMMISSION AGENT AND 
AUCTIONEER, a short one act comedy by 
Adjoran Stefko. © Adjoran Stefko; 
4Apr60; DU50798. 

DICK WHITTINGTON; or, Love is the key 
that opens every door, a play In three 
acts by V. C. Cllnton-Baddeley with 
music by Gavin Gordon. Book & lyrics 
only. London, S. French. (French's 
acting edition) © V. C. Clinton- 
Baddeley; 3Nov59; DF1291. 

DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT, a play 
with music in three acts by Elizabeth 
Goodwyn (Mrs. Frank Goodwyn) & Helen 
Jordan (Mrs. Lyman Jordan) Text only. 
© Elizabeth Goodwyn & Helen Jordan; 
7 Apr 60; DU50758. 

DICKENS A CHRISTMAS CAROL, an opera. 
Music by G. Mallard Kllgore. Libretto 
by Burt A. Kelsey & G. Mallard Kll- 
gore. 9 G. Mallard Kllgore & Burt A. 
Kelsey; 15Feb60; DU50536. 

DID I WAKE YOU, DOCTOR? A comedy in 
three acts by Erwin & Helen Wltkin. 
NM: revisions. © Erwin Wltkin & 
Helen Wltkin; 3May60; DU50928. 

DID I WAKE YOU, DOCTOR? A comedy In 
two act3 by Erwin and Helen Wltkin. 
NM: revisions and additions. 
© Erwin Wltkin & Helen S. Witkin; 
19Jan60; DU50295. 

DIETING AND WEIGHT CONTROL; television 
acrlpt by Howard Whitman. © Howard 
Whitman; l4Mar60; C12809. 

THE DIGNITY OF MAN; play in 3 acts, In 
prologue and epilogue, by Emery B. 
Thany, pseud, of Imre Tihanyl. © Imre 
Tihanyi; 28jun60; DU51253. 

DIO SALVI LA SCOZIA; commedla in tre 
attl e cinque quadrl dl Nicola Man- 
zarl. (in II dramma. Torino. Mar. 
1959, p. 22-48) © Nicola Manzarl; 
15Mar59; DF1287. 



THE DISASSEMBLED MAN, a play in three 
acts by David Graeme. © David Robert 
Graeme; lMar60; DU50555. 

DISCIPLINE, a talk by Sara Levenson. 
© Sam Levenson; 4Feb60; C12718. 

DIS-KIT BUILDING TOY DEMONSTRATION, by 
George Beck. © George R. Beck; 
31Dec59; C12660. 

THE DISMEMBERED, a movie script in four 
scenes by Joseph Scott, pseud, of 
Joseph Klrland. © Joseph Scott; 
15Jun60; DU51159. 

DISPOSALS. SEE SUBJECT: DISPOSALS. 



THE DISPOSSESSED, a play in three acts 
by Joel Friedman. © Joel J. Friedman; 
26Apr60; DU50880. 

THE DIVESTMENT COUNSELOR, a monologue by 
Dayton Allen. Appl. 3tates prev. reg. 
C12233, I8jun59. NM: revisions. 
© Dayton Allen; 17Feb60; C12743. 

EIZZIL'S VISIT TO THE BIG HOUSE ON 
CHRISTMAS EVE. SEE THE EIZZY FAMILY 
STORIES. 

THE DIZZY FAMILY STORIES: DIZZIE'S VISIT 
TO THE BIG HOUSE ON CHRISTMAS EVE; 
animated play-cartoon In nine scenes 
or a skit suitable for television or 
moving pictures by Gertrude Dibble. 
© Gertrude Dlsley Dibble; 29Jun60; 
DU51271. 

THE DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF; 

Moliere'3 satire of the same title re- 
written for modern times in three 
acts by Roy Jacobsen. ©Roy Jacobsen; 
3Feb60; DU50406. 

DR. KADABRA'S PERFECT SALESMAN; record- 
ing script for the Pontlac Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 
© Pontiac Motor Division, General 
Motor3 Corp.; 2May60; C12925. 

DR. PYMALION. SEE THE FACE OF LOVE. 

DOCUMENT OF A DREAM, the re -enacted 
diaries of Theodor Herzl. Script for 
slide film presentation written and 
directed by Sholom Rubinstein. Pro- 
duced by Theodor Herzl Institute. 
© Sholom Rubinstein & Advertisers' 
Broadcasting Co.; 8Feb60; C12727. 

DOG ON A COLD STONE STEP. SEE 
li'SIEUR B0B0 OF PARIS. 

DOING THE GOVERNMENT LAW JOBS, IS 
PLENTY OF DARN WORK; monologue by 
Dayton Allen. © Dayton Allen; 
10Feb6O; C12724. 

DOING WHAT COMES NATURALLY (CLOSING USED 
CAR SALES) Recording script for the 
Oldsmoblle Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. © Oldsmoblle Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12941. 

DOLCIN COMMERCIALS (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Victor 
van der Llnde Co. © Dole In Corp. 
No. 

152-155. July 1, i960. © 30Jun60j 
C13077. 

DON CARLOS, INFANTE OF SPAIN, a drama 
in five acts by Friedrlch von 
Schiller. Translated by Charles E. 
Passage. NM: translation & introd. 
© Frederick Ungar d.b.a. Frederick 
Ungar Pub. Co.; 120ct59; Ai|.27085. 



DON GIOVANNI. 
GIOVANNI. 



SEE MOZART'S DON 



DOH JUAN IN HEAVEN and A VOICE IN 
RAPALLO, an evening '3 entertainment 
In ver3e by Adam Drinan, pseud, of 
Joseph Macleod. © Adam Drinan; 
12Jan60; DU50312. 



DON JUAN IN HELL, by George Bernard 
Shaw. Adapted for television by 
George M. Fox & Norbert Terrassault. 
© George M. Fox & Norbert Terra3sault; 
21Jan60; DU50310. 

DONA ODILA, a play in two acts by Edgard 
Da Rocha-Mlranda. © Edgard Da Rocha- 
Miranda; l6Mar60; DU50640. 

IL D0TT0R FAUST; opera composta in due 
preludl, un Intermezzo e due quadrl da 
Ferrucclo Busoni. Testo tratto da una 
leggenda del XVI secolo. Traduzlone 
ltallana e adattamento ritmico di 
Orlana Prevltall. Libretto. Mllano, 
Carisch. © Breitkopf & Haertel; 
10Mar60; DFO-948. 

DOUBLE CONFLICT, a screenplay in three 
acts by A. J. Tremblay, Jr. © Avila 
Jack Tremblay, Jr.; 19Feb60; DU50499. 

DOWN MIAMI WAY. SEE GOLDEN SPRING 
TIME. 

DOWNSTROKE'S DEFENSE; recording script 
for the Pontlac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Pontiac Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12924. 

DRAGONFLY. SEE TONY VERNA PRESENTS 
THE JOEY BISHOP SHOW: HERO FOR HIRE. 

DIE DRAMEN, von Franz Werfel. 1.-2. Bd. 
Hrsg. von Adolf D. Klarmann. Frank- 
furt. (Gesammelte Werke) NM: "compi- 
lation, editing, additional text" 
© S. Fischer Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 10ct59; 
DP4025. 

THE DREAM WEAVER, a play by Antonio 
Buero Vallejo. Translated by Wm. I. 
Oliver. © William I. Oliver; 
l8jan60; DU50278. 

THE DREAMERS; drama In three acts by 
Robert Musil. Translated from the 
German by Ernst Kaiser & Eithne 
Wilklns (Eithne Wllkins Kaiser) Act- 
ing version by Eugene Walter. 
© Eugene Walter, Ernst Kaiser & Mrs. 
Ernat Kaiser; 2May60; DU50916. 

DRESS REHEARSAL, a play in one scene by 
William Dorsey Blake. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Nightmare, 24Nov48, 
DU17297. NM: revisions. © William 
Dorsey Blake; 28Mar60; DU50713. 

DRIFTWOOD, a South Seas operetta in 
three acts by R. Swain. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 13Mar53. NM: revisions. 
© Robert H. Swain; 28Mar60; DU50912. 

DRIVING A WELL-BUILT CAR; radio copy for 
Md. Plymouth Dealers Assn. from Edward 
Prager Advertising Agency. © Edward 
Hess Prager; 17Jun60; C13046. 

DRUMS ACROSS THE WATER, an original 
historic pageant in two acts by 
L. Douglas Waldorf for Blue Heron 
Lodge No. 349, Order of the Arrow. 
© L. Douglas Waldorf; l8Apr60; DU50913. 

DRUMS AND SYMBOLS, a play in one act 
with lots of noise by Charles Frlnk. 
© Charles W. Frink; l8jan60; DU50275. 

THE DRUNKARD, a new musical In two acts. 
Adapted by Matt Conley, pseud, of 
Ernest W. Smith, from the original by 
W. H. Smith. Music by Robert W. 
Proctor; lyrics by Carolyn Kelogg, 
pseud, of Caroline Kellogg. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Matt Conley, 
Robert Procter & Caroline Kellogg; 
15Jun60; DU51228. 
THE DRUNKARD; scenario draft for a 

motion picture by Baruch Lumet. 

Adapted from the original play of the 

same title. © Baruch Lumet; 25Apr60; 

DU50946 . 

DRY MARTINI, a screenplay In six scenes 
by Bud Rlngold (Nathaniel B. Ringold) 
© Nathaniel B. Rlngold; 4Feb60; 
DU50412. 






CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



THE I; a play In S acts 

ty -r.t 

r--Ud S. La: 
a -: te an the sta? a L. 

Hersey. 
■1; r.-.-: - I. C Bar- 

• 
6M»v60; AUi5<-- . 

THE DUEL, a play In three acts by Jack 
Holton Dell. Proa a novel by Anton P. 
Chekhov. O Jack Holton Dell; 8Apr60; 
DU5076J. 

DUFFY SQUARE, a comedy of the preaent 
day In three acta by Louis Ortner. 
O Louis Ortner; 8Apr60; DU5076*. 

THE DUKE, a play In four acts tar John L. 
Blecker. O John L. Blecker; »Jan60; 
D0502O6. 

THE DDKB WAITER, a play In one act by 
Harold Pinter. C Harold Pinter; 
7Apr60; DU50672. 

DTKES, a play in five scenes by Reld 
Gardner. O Reld Gardner; 28Kar60; 
DU50709. 

DYNAMIC SALESMANSHIP, a course for 
records by Joftr. f. Dugan. Scripts 
1-8. C John T. Dugan; 9Jun60; C130J2. 

DYNAMIS. (Plesh la willing) Morality 
mystery mlmodrama In three acta by 
William Madden. O Wllllan Madden; 
HApr60; DU50772. 



EARLY DEPARTURE, a screenplay by 
Lillian P. Qulat. O Lillian P. 
Qulat; 27Jan60; DU50J82. 

EARLY RENAISSANCE PAINTING. SEE THE 
OREAT WORKS OP ART, 12. 

EARLY TO BED, a two act oystery drama by 
Charles A. Watson. O Charles A. Wat- 
son; 6jun50; DU51112. 

EAST IS EAST AND WEST IS WEST, a play In 
three acts by Beeston & Beeston. 
C Diane Beeston & Louise Beeston; 
llApr60; DU508O5. 

EAST IS WEST, a play In three acts by 
R. N. Humphreys. O Richard Noble 
Humphreys; 7Apr60; DU50756. 

EASTERN EXPOSURE; book of an unpublished 
musical comedy in two acts by Marvin 
Kalb & Henry Hewes. Based upon Marvin 
Kalb's published book of the same 
title. O Henry Hewes & Marvin Kalb; 
2May60; DU50922. 

EASY MONEY, a play In one scene by Helen 
Poverman. (In The Best short plays, 
1958-1959, p. 1*7-165) 3 Helen 
Poverman; l6Nov59; DP4064. 

EASY SCIENCE PLAYS FOR ORADE SCHOOL, 
by Clarlbel Spamer. Appl. author: 
Walter H. Baker Co., employer for 
hire. 9 Walter H. Baker Co.; 29Jan60; 
DP3957. 

EASY SKETCHES OP FAMOUS MEN, by Clarlbel 
Spamer. Appl. author: Walter H. Baker 
Co., employer for hire. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 28Mar59; DP3967. 

EASY SKETCHES OF FAMOUS MEN, by Clarlbel 
Spamer. Appl. author: Walter H. Baker 
Co., employer for hire. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 2?Mar59; DP3972. 

EASY SKETCHES OF FAMOUS WOMEN, by Clarl- 
bel Spamer. Appl. author: Walter H. 
Baker Co., employer for hire. © Wal- 
ter H. Baker Co.; 5Jan60; DP3969. 

L'ECHELLE DE JACOB. SEE THE VENEFICE: 
THE QUEEN OF ENDOR. 



ECHO VALLEY, a play in two acts by James 
Fredrick KcQullkln, pseud, or James A. 
MacQullkln. C James A. MacQullkln; 
lJuncO; DU51086. 

LES ECRIVAINS; piece en trols actes par 
Michel de Saint-Pierre et Pierre de 
Calan. Paris. © Editions Bernard 
Grasset; }ODec59; DPO-941. 

THE EDOE OF PLIQHT, a play In one act by 
John Whitman Wat ley. O John Whitman 
Wat ley; 31Mar60; DU50729. 

EDIE-ACROSS-THE-STREET, a comedy In 
three acts for young people by Patri- 
cia Clapp, pseud, of Patricia L. Cone. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 9Jun60; DP4051. 

THE EDWARDIANS, a play In three acta by 
Ronald Oow from the novel by V. Sack- 
vllle-West. London, S. Prenoh. 
(Prench's acting edition) © Ronald 
Oow; 8Har60; DP1320. 

L'EFPET OLAPION; parapsychocomedle, par 
Jacques Audlbertl. Paris. (Le 
Manteau d'arlequln) O Llbralrle 
Oalllmard; JODec59; DPO-922. 

THE BOO, a play In two acts by Pellclon 
Marceau. Adapted and translated by 
Nina Orabol. O Nina Orabol; 13Jun60; 
DU511»9. 

THE EOG SHELL EOOS, a play In three acts 
by Sandy Mock. © Sandy Mock; 2JPeb60; 
DU50510. 

L'EOLISE MERE A L'OEUVRE. (The mother 
church In action) By the Christian 
Science Board of Directors of the 
Mother Church, the First Church of 
Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massa- 
chusetts. NM: French translation. 
O Christian Science Board of Directors 
of the Mother Church, the Plrst Church 
of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, 
Massachusetts; lyeboO; C12766. 

EIGHT CANVASSING SKITS, by Donald 
Symington. © Donald Symington; 
llMayoO; DU50967. 

EIGHTY IN THE SHADE, a play In three 
acta by Clemence Dane. London, 
S. French. (Prenoh's acting edition) 
© Clemence Dane; J0Dec59; DP1309. 

THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL— KINDERGARTEN 
THROUGH GRADE SIX. SEE SCRIPT TO 
BE RECORDED ON TAPE FOR TEACHING 
GUIDE FOR PRENCH. 

THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL --KINDERGARTEN 
THROUGH ORADE SIX. SEE SCRIPT TO BE 
RECORDED ON TAPE FOR TEACHING GUIDE 
FOR SPANISH: THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-- 
KINDERGARTEN THROUOH GRADE SIX. 

ELIAS AND AMANDA; monologue by Gertrude 
J. Petesch. © Oertrude Jane Petesch; 
28Mar60; C12838. 

THE ELLNUS, a lecture by Leonhard Schulz- 
Leltzmann. © Leonhard Schulz-Leltz- 
mann; 26Apr60; C12865. 

ELLY, a new comedy in three acts by Ray 
Hamby (Raymond Irvln Hamby) © Raymond 
Irvln Hamby; 23Mar60; DU507^. 

EMILIA GALOTTI, a tragedy in 5 acts by 
Gotthold Ephralm Leasing. Introd. 
b. translation by Anna Johanna Gode 
von Aesch. (Foreign language clas- 
sics in English) NM: "translation 
and foreword." © Barron's Educa- 
tional Series, Inc.; 23Sep59; 
A^27075. 

THE EMPTY NOOSE, a screenplay in three 
acta by Bud Rlngold, pseud, of 
Nathaniel B. Rlngold. © Nathaniel 
B. Rlngold; 2Uan60; DU50307. 

EN LA CASA BLANCA; farsa original en 
treB actos de Roberto Rodriguez. 
© Roberto Rodriguez; 2*May60; DU51044. 



THE ENCHANTED SEA, a musical play in two 
acts. Book & lyrics by John Potter 
Johnson, pseud, of John Joseph 
Potplnko. © John Joseph Potplnko; 
l8AproO; DU50901. 



ENCORE; script for a television aeries 
by Arthur Henley. £> Arthur Henley; 
18Feb60; 012742. 

END OF A SEARCH, a play in three acts by 
Kenneth Green, pseud, of Alfred L. 
Marder. © Alfred L. Marder; 21Mar60; 
DU50671. 



THE END STOOL, an original play In one 
act and one scene by William Prince. 
© William S. Prince & Joan L. Prince; 
l6jun60; DU51201. 

ENEMIES DON'T SEND FLOWERS, a play In 3 
aot» by Pedro Bloch. English version 
by John Fostlnl. © John Fostinl; 
28Apr60; DU50890. 



L'ENFANCE DU CHRIST. 
HOOD OF CHRIST. 



SEE THE CHILD- 



ENTANOLEMENTS ON TH' INTERNATIONAL DATE 
LINE; dialogue sk. by Oliver F. Cum- 
mins. © Oliver I Tummlns; 5Jan60; 
C12652. 

ENTFUHRUNO IN VENEDl^ Lustspiel von 
Helmuth M. Backhaus. MUnchen. © Drei 
Masken Verlag, G.M.B.H. ; l6May60; 
DPO-955. 

EPILOGUE ISLAND, a play In nine scenes 
by Robert Trelawny. © Robert S. 
Trelawny; 2Jun60; DU51096. 

ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S SCENES OF LOVE AND 
DEATH; dramatized In two acts by A. E. 
Hotchner. © H tc H, Ltd. ; 30Mar60; 
DU50746. 

i ESTRANGEIRO; opera In three acts. Music 
by Karl Otto Westln; libretto by Helen 
Bliss (Helen Bliss Westln) After a 
story by Helen Bliss. Libretto. 
© Helen Bliss Westln; 5Apr60; DU50909. 

ETCETERAISM, a guide to translating 
by H. J. S. (H. Joshua Sloan) 

H. Joshua Sloan; 28Mar60; C13052. 

ETERNAL SUMMER; motion picture script by 
J. van Hearn. © Jan van Hearn; 
21Jun60; DUJ1269. 

L'ETOUFFE - CHRETIEN; piece en deux 
parties par Fellclen Marceau, pseud, 
de Louis Carette. © Felicien Marceau; 
29Dec59; DU50255. 

AN EVENING WITH EMMETT KELLY; script for 
television by Steve Vengrove. Appl. 
author: Billy James. © Pryed Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 23Feb60; DU50513. 

EVERGREEN THE WIZARD, a play in two acts 
for children by Sheila Lewis. © Shei- 
la Lewis; 7Jun60; DU51114. 

EVERY CATHOLIC CAN LEARN - SHOULD LEARN 
LATIN RESPONSES FOR COMMUNITY MASS; 
recording script by Charles R. Penot. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Charles 
R. Penot; 15Mar60; C12805. 

EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK; scenario for a 
sound 8lldeflljn for Procter & Gamble 
Co. by Halg & PatterBon, Inc. 
© Procter & Gamble Co., Bulk Shorten- 
ing Sales Dept.; 25Mar60; C12852. 

THE EXCHANGE, a drama in four acts by 
Leslie Mercer, pseud, of Leslie Heidt. 
© Leslie Mercer; 4May60; DU50937. 

EXCUSE FOR LIVING, a one-act church play 
by Beatrice M. Casey. (Eldridge 
church entertainments) © Eldridge 
Pub. Co.; lSep59; DP3937. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



A » ; EXflC'lTICU. SFF T l, IS HATlrN UNDER 
, 1|. 

EXPERIMENT THEATRE ONE; one-minute 
plays for Intimate production. 
Carol Ely Harper, ed. Appl. states 
some material prev. pub. In Experi- 
ment magazine, v. 7, no.3-!+> © Ex- 
periment Press; 15Dec59; A443350. 

THE EXTRA ANGEL, an operetta. Libretto 
by Edith M. Quick & music by James 0. 
Fluckey. © Eldridge Pub. Co.; 10ct59; 
DP39^5. 

EYE OF THE HURRICANE, a play in one act 
by Nora Stirling. Family Service 
Assn. of America. (Plays for living) 
© Nora Stirling; 2Mar60; DP3987. 



FABLES FOR OUR TIME; additional text. 
Episodes no. 3 through 14 by Jame3 
Thurber. Adapted for the stage by 
Aaron Frankel. Music by Kenny Jacob- 
son. Text only. B Aaron M. Frankel; 
HFeb60; DU50466. 

THE FACE OF LOVE, £ i lay In three acts 

by Maxwell Maltz Based on the Con- 

tessa story In t! author's book, 

Dr. Pygmalion. Maxwell Maltz; 
4Feb60; DU50411. 
FAIR GAME. SEE DALTON ADVENTURES: 
FAIR GAME. 

FrtlTH OF ABE LINCOLN; one of a series of 
Lincoln year dedications, by George D. 
Bennett. © George D. Bennett; 
19Jan60; C12682. 

FALSE FACES, a musical fantasy. Words: 
Joel Honig. Music: Ray Wilson (Ray- 
mond Guy Wll3on, Jr.) Text only. 
© Joel Honlg & Raymond G. Wilson (in 
notice: Raymond Guy Wilson, Jr.); 
100ct59; DP3926. 

FAMILIENFRAGE. (A family affair) A 
television play by Sandor Marai. 
© Sandor Marai; 28Mar60; DU50710. 

THE FAMILY, a satire and a tale by Hal 
Stern. © Hal Stern; 31May60; DU51072. 



A FAMILY AFFAIR, a wedding in two acts 
by John Kander and others. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © John Kander, 
William Goldman & James Goldman; 
15Dec59; DU50370. 

A FAMILY AFFAIR. SEE FAMILIENGRAGE . 

THE FAMILY DOCTOR, a play In three acts 
by Julius Berlnsteln. NM: revisions. 
© Julius Berlnsteln; 2=Mar60; DU50693. 

FAMOUS AMERICAN PLAYS OF THE 1930's. 
Harold Clurman, ed. (The Laurel 
drama series) (Dell, LX117) NM: com- 
Dilation & introd. © Harold Clurman; 
12Jan60 (in notice: 1959); Al*30l;19. 

A FANTASY; or, The laughing man, by 
Clown Productions. © Marie Cavell; 
20Jun60; C13052. 

FAR AS THE CURSE IS FOUND, a play by 
Harry L. Berkebile. © Harry Luther 
Berkebile; 9Jun60; DU51132. 



FAR COUNTRY, a play In three acts by 
Henry Denker. NM: revisions. © Henry 
Denker; 17Mar60; DU50653. 

THE FARMER AND THE FOX; or, Fox in a 
fix, a Chinese legend for children 
by Lois Dean. (Miniature plays) 
© Children's Theatre Press; l6Dec59; 
DPJ952. 



THE FARMER TAKES A TRUCK.' Recording 
script for GMC Truck & Coach Division 
by Jam Handy Organization. © GMC 
Truck & Coach Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2May60; C12931. 

FATHER MEDICINE, a play In three acts by 
Lloyd Foster. © Lloyd Foster; 8jun60; 
DU51129. 

FAT3MA; opera in four acts. Text by 
Robert M. Morton; music by Aurea M. 
Baptlsta. © Robert M. Morton & Aurea 
Maria Baptlsta; 22Mar60; DU50676. 

FEAR CAME TO SUPPER, a play In three 
acts by Rosemary Anne Slsson. London, 
S. French. (French's acting edition) 
© Rosemary Anne Slsson; 270ct59; 
DF1312. 

FEAST OF PANTHERS, a play In three acts 
by Thomas Del Vecchlo. Based on the 
life of Oscar Wilde. © Thomas Del 
Vecchlo; 20Jun60; DU51227. 

FEATHERS ON THE WIND, a play in three 
acts by Alexander Gross. © Alexander 
Gross; 17Mar60; DU50654. 

FEDOR DOSTOYEVSKY II. SEE AN OPEN 
BOOK: KEDOR DOSTOYEVSKY II. 

THE FEMALE VERSION, a play with lyrics 
in two acts by Ben Orkow. Text only. 
NM: revisions. © Ben Harrison Orkow; 
10Mar60; DU50613. 

LES FEMMES VEULENT SAVOIR; comedie gale 
en 3 actes de Jacque3 Glalzal & Anne 
Blehaut. © Jacques Glalzal & Anne 
Blehaut; 15Jun60; DU51216. 

FENWICK, a two act Juvenile with music 
by Barbara Fisher. Text only. 
© Barbara Fisher; 13Jun60; DU51154. 

A FEW DIE VALIANTLY, an epic drama In 
five acts by John F. Satterlee. 
© John F. Satterlee; Uun60; DU51089. 

FEW HAVE INHERITED THE EARTH, a comedy 
In three acts by John Marino. © John 
Marino; 8Mar60; DU50599. 

FIFTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS. SEE COLLEGE 
SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST. 

THE FIGHTING COCK, a play in two acts by 
Jean Anoullh. Adapted by Lucienne 
Hill. Coward -Mc Cann . (Coward-McCann 
contemporary drama) © Jean Anoullh & 
Lucienne Hill; 21Mar60; DP4005. 

FIGURES IN A FUGUE, a play in two acts 
by Bernice Kavlnoky (Bernice Kavinoky 
Isaacson) © Bernice Kavlnoky Isaacson; 
30Jun60; DU51260. 

FILEMONE E BAUCI; commedla in 3 atti 
di Anna Bonacci. © Anna Bonaccl; 
15Jan60; DU50373. 

FILMS SANS IMAGES: Serajevo, Gille3 de 
Rals, Le divin Aretin; par Blaise 
Cendrars avec la collaboration de Nino 
Frank. Paris. © Editions Denoel; 
30 Apr 59; DF1290. 

FINAL DRESS REHEARSAL. (The final dress 
rehearsal of Cinderella) One-act 
farce by Jack Frakes (John Dean 
Frakes, Jr.) © Jack Frakes; 29Jun60; 
DU51257. 

THE FINAL DRESS REHEARSAL OF CINDERELLA. 
SEE FINAL DRESS REHEARSAL. 

FINAL EDITION, a science-fiction play in 
one act by Rosemary J. Owens. (El- 
dridge popular one-act playscripts) 
©Eldridge Pub. Co.; 22Sep59; DP3942. 



FINGER IN THE PIE, a play in one act by 
Christine E. Scott. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 3May60; DP4024. 

THE FINGERPRINTS THAT LIED, a script 
for television Corpu3 delicti series, 
case one, by Charles Martin & Ber- 
nard B. Laven. © Charle3 Martin & 
Bernard B. Laven; 25Jan60; DU50349. 

THE FINGERS OF MORNING, a play in one 
act by Curtis Whittlngton, Jr. 
© Curtis C. Whittlngton, Jr.; 19May60; 
DU51023 . 

THE FIRE TEAM, by Peter Kllham. © Peter 
Kllham; 28Dec59; C12645. 

FIRE WATER. SEE DALTON ADVENTURES: 
FIRE WATER. 

THE FIRST CITIZEN, an original televi- 
sion play In three acts by Rebecca 
Berger. © Rebecca S. Berger; 20Jun60; 
DU51202. 

FIRST PLAYS FOR CHILDREN by Helen 
Louise Miller Gotwalt. Plays, Inc. 
© Helen Louise Miller; 2f>May60; 
At|i+956l. 

FIRST RITES, a play In three acts by 
Charles Carr. © Charles Carr; 
28Mar60; DU50745. 

THE FIRST STONE, a one act play by Aus- 
tin J. App. Boniface Pre83. © Austin 
J. App; 7Mar60; DP3980. 

THE FIRST STONE. SEE DALTON ADVEN- 
TURES: THE FIRST STONE. 

THE FIVE DANCING PRINCESSES, a play In 
three acts by Fran Martin (Frances M. 
Martin) © Fran Martin; 9Jun60; 
DU5H31. 

FIVE FINGERS, FIVE GLASSES, a play In 
two acts by Michael 'O'Sullivan. 
© Michael O'Sullivan; 10Mar60; 
DU5O610. 

FIVE MAGIC WISHES, a play by B. L. 
Houlahan. Approx. playing time: 45 
min. © Beulah Luc lie Houlahan 
(Mrs. J. E. Houlahan); 13Jan60; 
DU50262. 

FIVE MINUTE AFFAIR, a comedy in two 

acts by Hugh White, p3eud. of Hubert 

S. White, Jr. © Hubert S. White, Jr.; 
8Feb60; D'. 50427. 

FIVE PLAYS, by Jean Racine. Trans- 
lated into English verse, and with 
an introd. by Kenneth Muir. Hill & 
Wang. (A Mermaid dramabook, MD17) 
© Kenneth Muir; 23Feb60; Al*3U6o6. 

THE FIVE RAYS OF THE STAR. SEE THE 
LIFE OF ADAH, RUTH, ESTHER, MARTHA 
AND EI.ECTA— THE FIVE RAYS OF THE 
STAR. 



THE FLAMBOYANT TALE. 
TING ON MY TAIL. 



SEE YOU'RE SIT- 



FLATLAND, a play in three acts by 

V. Saffold Booth. Based on a story by 
Edwin A. Abbott. © V. Saffold Booth; 
HApr60; DU50804. 

DIE FLEDERMAUS. (The bat) Operetta In 
three acts. Music by Johann Strauss. 
Book and lyrics by Phil Park. Mu3ic 
adapted and arranged by Ronald Hanmer. 
Text only. London. NM: new amateur 
operatic version In English. © Josef 
Weinberger, Ltd.; 19Jan60; DFO-924. 

FLESH IS WILLING. SEE DYNAMIS. 

FLIGHT TO NEW HORIZONS, a play -pageant 
especially adapted for senior class 
day exercises by Inez R. Yeager. Text 
only. © Mrs. J. M. Woolard; 21Jan60; 
DP3981. 



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PLIKXER, THE PIREWATCHER ; by Vary C. 
Shannon 4 Jane L. Dawson. O Mary C. 
Shannon V Jane L. Dawaon; l6jun60; 



FLIP TOP INSTRUCTION; Bound slldeflln 

shooting script prepared for DuKane 

Coopany. Writer, Don Durlan. Appl. 

author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 

O Wilding, Inc.; llMay60; 

THE PLOATDJQ TEMPLE, an original play In 
three acta by Constance M. Willis. 
Based on Captain Cook's voyage to Ha- 
waii and a Hawaiian legend. © Con- 
stance M. Willis; llMaroO; DU50614. 

.HE HUNTER. 



DAS PLOSS DER MEDUSA, von Oeorg Kaiser. 
C Pellx Bloch Erben; UApr60; DU50806. 

PLOVERS POR A MAYPOLE, a play In three 
acts by Robert M. HaamonJ. D Robert 
M. Hasaond; ldPebOO; DU50493. 

PLY AWAY HOME, a new musical In two acts 
by Robert England. Plrst 'act only. 
Text only. Based on the play Six 
cylinder love by William Anthony 
McOulre. O Robert England; 20Jur 
DU51272. 

PLYINO HIOH; scene to do as a lecture or 
vaudeville skit or TV show written by 
Kay (Kathryn M. ) i James E. Barton. 
O James E. Barton 4 Kathryn M. Barton; 
»Apr60; DU507J6. 

POHTANA'S THEATER RESTAURANT J STROLLING 
SINGERS, a presentation In two acts 
by Sam Pont ana. Text only. O Sam 
Pontana; 14Jan60; C12681. 

POOL'S MALICE. SEE DALTON ADVENTURES: 
FOOL'S MALICE. 

POOL'S PARADISE, a farcical comedy In 
three acts by Peter Coke. London, 
S. Prench. (French's acting edition) 
C Peter Coke; 25Feb60; DP1310. 

FOOTPRINTS AND MEMORIES, a movie scena- 
rio by Sol Rubin. O Sol Rubin; 
2=Apr60; C12955- 

FOR YOU A ROSE, a rose ballet In one 
act. Story 4 choreography by Thelma 
Joyce Lapeyre. Prev. reg. DU49207 In 
1959. NM: revisions 4 additions. 
O Thelma Joyce Lapeyre; 17Mar60; 
DP3993. 

THE FORSnNSR. SEE DALTON ADVENTURES: 
THE FOREIGNER. 

THE FORGOTTEN KAN, by Thomas Fllas. 

C Thomas Fllas; 13Jun60; C13035. 
FORWARD PSYCHE. SEE PUR IT A ' 

FPOGRFSS. 

POUR FACES. SEE BEAUTY IS A BEAST. 

FOUR GREEK PLAYS. Dudley Fltts, ed. 
(A Harvest book, HB33) NM: addi- 
tions. © Harcourt, Brace Ic Co., 
Inc.; HApr60; Alj4ol98. 

FOUR PATHS TO BETHLEHEM, a Christmas 
song and story program. Book by Edna 
Muller Sheppard. Lyrics by Frank L. 
Cross. Music by Stewart Landon, 
pseud, of Roger C. Wilson. Appl. 
author: Lorenz Pub. Co., employer for 
hire. © Lorenz Pub. Co.; 2§May60; 
DP4035. 

THE FOURTH PIG; or. The poet's progress, 
a farce In two acts by Richard W. 
Harris. © Richard W. Harris; 27Jan60; 
DU50379. 

THE POX AND THE ORAPES, a play In 3 acts 
by Gullherme Flguelredo. English ver- 
sion by John Postlnl & Jorge Cardoso 
Aires. © John Postlnl; 23Feb60; 
DU50512. 



A FIX. 



SEE THF FARMER AH 



FRANK V; Oper elner PrlvatbaDk. Funf 
Akte von Frledrlch DUrrenmatt. Muslk 
von Paul Burkhardv Text only. 
© Theaterverlag Relss, A.G. 4 Muslk- 
verlag 4 Biihnenvertrleb Zurich, A.G.; 
31Kay50; DU51091. 
. 

FRATERNALLY YOURS; television script by 
Philip M. Preedman. © Philip Morris 
Preedman; 2OApr60; DU50676. 

FREE AS AIR, a musical In two acts. 
Book and lyrics by Dorothy Reynolds 4 
Julian Slade; music by Julian Slade. 
Book & lyrics only. London, 
(French's acting edition) S Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 2Feb60; DF1314. 



PREE POR ALL, a play In one act by 
Brenda Rattray 4 Dorothy Meade. 
London, English Theatre Guild. 
(Guild one act library) Brenda 
Rattray 4 Dorothy Meade; 23Dec59; 
DPI 280. 

FREIHEIT PUR PLANDERN; Schausplel In 
elnem Vorsplel und 6 Akten von Hermann 
Seltz. Frankfurt. © Hermann Seltz; 
30Jan60; DF1315. 

PREITAG, DER DREIZEHNTE; Spiel zu Zwelen 
In 3 Akten von Hermann Rosamann. Text 
only. Wiesbaden. O Ahn 4 Slmrock, 
Buhnen- und Muslkverlag; 3Jan60; 
DFO-950. 

LES PRELONS, une monodle, opus 24 par 
Comte Isolanl, pseud, de Mark Eucher. 
O Mark Eucher; l4Har60; DU50620. 

PRENCH CHECKERS; one act comedy by Prank 
Viola. © Prank Viola; 28Mar60; 
DU50714. 

PRENIA HYDE, a play for television In 
eleven scenes by Marnelle Thomsen 
Dlldy (Mrs. Sims Gerald Dlldy) © Mar- 
nelle Thomsen Dlldy; 29Peb60; DU50695. 

A FRIEND OP EDITH'S, a new play In 
three acts by Gilbert Wald & Erik 
Jordan, pseud, of Lacy Hedrlck. 
O Gilbert Wald 4 Lacy Hedrlck; 
llFebbO; DU50447. 

FRIVOLITIES AND SERMONS; 76 sketches by 
Musee A. Brahms, pseud, of Raymon W. 
Marpol. Rayraon W. Marpol; 4Feb60; 
C12722. 

A FROCK OP PINE FEATHERS, a play In 
three acts by Glenn areas. © Glenn 
Gress; l6Mar60; DU50638. 

THE FROG PRINCE; adaptation by Maria Ray 
S: Lyle Kenyon Engel. © Maria Ray & 
Lyle Kenyon Engel; 26Apr60; C12867. 

FROM DEPUTIES TO OUTLAWS. SEE DALTON 
ADVENTURES: FROM DEPUTIES TO OUT- 
LAWS. 

FROM SEEDTIME TO HARVEST; recording 

script for the United Church of Christ 
by Jam Handy Organization. © United 
Church of Christ, Congregational 
Christian Churches & Evangelical & 
Reformed Church; 2May60; C12930. 

FROM SLAVERY TO FREEDOM; pageant In 
eight parts. Continuity by Reuben 
Guberman. © Reuben Guberman; 31Mar60; 
DU50728. 

FROM THE GRAPES COME THE WINE, a one -act 
play by Dominic J. Cunetto. © Dominic 
J. Cunetto; 13May60; DU50994. 



FROM WORLD TO WORLD, by Allan M. Scott. 
© Allan Max Scott; 14Apr60; DU5087O. 



FRONT ffiR ROYALTY. SEE DALTON ADV1'.:.- 
TURES: FRONTIER ROYALTY. 

LA FUCHSIA, a musical drama In two acta 
by Katherlne Nichols Owsley . Text 
only, y Katherlne Nichols Owsley; 
2Mar60; DU5057O. 

FUELS, FILTERS, AND FLAMES, a sound 
slldefllm scenario for Cadillac Motor 
Car Division by Halg 4 Patterson, Inc. 
© Cadillac Motor Car Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 25Mar60; C12851. 

FULL MOUTH DENTISTRY PRESENTATION, a 
talk by M. F. Patterson Dental Supply 
Co. of Delaware. © M. F. Patterson 
Dental Supply Co. of Delaware; 
7Mar60; C12799. 

FUTURE PERFECT, a three -act comedy by 
Whitfield Cook. © Whitfield Cook; 
4jan60; DU50210. 



G 



THE GABBY CABBY IN WHEN THE CARS CAME 
MARCHING IN; recording script for the 
Oldsmoblle Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. © Oldsmoblle Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12938. 

GALETON'S DRESS, a comedy In three acts 
by Edmond Reynolda. © Edmond Joseph 
Reynolds; 3jun60; DU51137. 

OALILEO, a play In fourteen scenes by 
Bertolt Brecht (Eugen Berthold Frled- 
rlch Brecht) Translated by Charles 
Laughton. (in From the modern reper- 
toire, series two, p. 425-476) NM: 
revisions 4 additions. © Eugen Bert- 
hold Frledrlch Brecht; 29Aug52; DP3979. 

GALLANT LADY, a play In three acts by 
Stephen Bruce, pseud, of Harry T. 
Marshall. © Harry T. Marshall; 
3May60; DU50931. 

THE GAMBLER, THE NUN AND THE RADIO; 
television play In four acts by A. E. 
Hotchner. NM: "dramatic adaptation by 
A. E. Hotchner of prior copyrighted 
work of Ernest Hemingway. " © Ernest 
Hemingway; 19May60; DU51173. 

A GAME OF CHANCE; comic opera in one 
act. Music by Seymour Barab. Words 
by Evelyn Manacher Draper. Vocal 
score. Suggested by the play All on a 
summer's day by Florence Ryerson & 
Colin Clements. © Boosey 4 Hawkes, 
Inc.; 4May60; DP4036. 

GANADIE, a play in one act by Ernest 
Ellis. © Ernest Ellis; 25Jan60; 
DU50342. 

THE GANG'S ALL HERE, a play In three 
acts by Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. 
Lee. World Pub. Co. © Jerome Law- 
rence & Robert E. Lee; l6May60; DP4067. 

GARCIA RELOCATED, a farce in one act by 
Joseph Baldwin. © Joseph B. Baldwin; 
23Jun60; DU51238. 

GARVEY'S HOUSE, a drama in three act3 by 
Patrick Barry, pseud, of Philip James 
Barry. © Philip James Barry; 13Jun60; 
DU51148. 

THE GAUCHO; television series format by 
Louis Stanton & Preston Mitchell. 
Story no.l: The new land. © Louis 
Stanton & Preston Mitchell; 7Mar60; 
DU50650. 

DIE GAUNERKOMODIE, von Dieter Finnern. 
© Edition Melsel & Co., G.M.B.H.; 
8Feb60; DU50541. 



14 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



QEARGRINDERS SERIES: The big switch, 
Surface trouble; two episodes by 
Rlchmon C. Gore, Jr. © Richmon 
Charles Gore, Jr.; 19Jan60; DU50294. 

THE GENTLEMAN FROM ; a play for the 

screen by B. S. Bercovici & James 
Roosevelt. Episode no.l. © James 
Roosevelt & Bernard S. Bercovici; 
l4jan60; DU50235. 

THE GENTLEWOMAN. SEE DALTON ADVEN- 
TURES: THE GENTLEWOMAN. 

GERMANY, NOW AND THEN. SEE THE CHANGE 
OF TIMES. 

THE GHOST OF MIRACLE MANOR; screenplay 
by Dave Montrose. © Dave Montrose; 
24May60; DU51078. 

GHOSTS, a play in three acts by Henrlk 
Ibsen. Adapted by Ralph Porter. 
© Ralph Porter; 13Jun60; DU51152. 

GIANTS, SONS OF GIANTS, a new play in 
two acts by Joseph Kramm. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Build with one 
hand. - NM: additions & revisions. 
© Joseph Kramm; 23jun60; DU51255. 

GILLES DE RAIS, a play by Simon Fllnn. 
© Simon Flinn; 7Jun60; DU51115. 

GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY COMMERCIAL- -FILM 
NO. 60; script for a 2 mln. film by 
Telesales, Inc. © Trojan Reupholstery 
Co., Inc.; 27Apr60; C12&71. 

GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY COMMERCIAL- -FILM 
N0.61; script for a 1 mln. film by 
Telesales, Inc. © Trojan Reupholstery 
Co., Inc.; 27Apr60; C12&72. 

GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY COMMERCIAL- -FILM 
NO. 62; script for a 1 mln. film by 
Telesales, Inc. © Trojan Reupholstery 
Co., Inc.; 27Apr60; C12873. 

GIN AND BITTERNESS, a 5-to-7 comedy in 
one act by Stanley Richards. (Banner 
plays) © Banner Play Bureau, Inc.; 
15Feb60; DP3964. 

GIN AND BITTERNESS, a 5-to-7 comedy in 
one scene by Stanley Richards. (In 
The Best short plays, 1958-1959, 
P- 69-93) © Stanley Richards; l6Nov59; 
DP406l. 



THE GIRL AND THE TEENAGER. 
UPON DISHES. 



SEE DANCE 



THE GIRL ON DEATH ROW; screenplay by 
George Waters & Richard Bernstein. 
From an original story by George Wa- 
ters. Additional dialogue by Herbert 
G. Luft. ©Viscount Films, Inc.; 
19Jan60; DU50372. 

GIRL SCOUT- -ANNIVERSARY PAGEANT, with 
music by Patricia Emery Bernhelm. 
© Patricia Emery Bernhelm; 3Jun60; 
DU51105. 

A GIRL'S MISTAKE, a six -act drama by 
Clara Louise Jackson. NM: revisions. 
© Clara Louise Jackson; 9Mar60; 
DU50694 . 

GISELA; operette in 3 akten von Richard 
Walther. Musik von Georg Pipping. 
Text only. © Richard Walther; 
25Jan60; DU50338. 

GIT OUT 'N GIT 'EM; recording script for 
the Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12900. 

LA GIUSTIZIA; racconto drammatico in 
tre attl dl Giuseppe Dessl. (In 
Slparlo. Mllano. Mar. 1959, P. 38- 
55) Prev. reg. as Botteghe oscure, 
1958. © Giuseppe Dessl; 15Mar59; 
DF1279. 



GIVE AND GRAB; television script by 
Andrew Gruen & Tom Sturken. One epi- 
sode of a series. © Andrew Gruen k 
Tom Sturken; 19Feb60; C12745. 



GIVE US BARABBAS; screenplay by Henry 
Denker. © Henry Denker; 17Mar60; 
DU50655. 

GIVE US THIS DAY, a play in three scenes 
by United Attractions. © Steel Serv- 
ice Center Institute; 2Jun60; DU51098. 

THE GLAD GIRLS, a comedy in three acts 
by Nathaniel Banks. © Nathaniel 
Banks; 29Feb60; DU50548. 

GLORY IN A SHALLOW CUP, a 2-act drama by 
Linda Stockham. © Linda Juanlta 
Stockham; 9May60; DU50954. 

GLORY IN THE SUN; three act play by 

Clarence L. Klncheloe. © Clarence Lee 
Klncheloe; 10May60; DU50964. 

GOD DOES NOT PAY ONLY SATURDAY, a drama 
in three acts by T. C. Pironti. 
© T. C. Pironti; 12Jan60; DU50252. 

A GOD SLEPT HERE, a comedy In three acts 
by Gullherme Flguelredo. English 
version by John Fostini & Lloyd George. 
© John Fostini; 28Apr60; DU50891. 

GODS -3- MEN, SERIES 2; play for the 
screen In fifteen scenes by Warren J. 
Worthen. © Warren J. Worthen; 
28Dec59; DU50197. 

GOD'S UTOPIA, a play in five acts by 

Stefan Andrea. Adapted by J. W. 

Aufricht. © Stefan Andres & Jack W. 
Aufrlcht; 8jun60; DU51119. 

THE GODSEND, a comedy in one act by Nina 
Warner Hooke. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) © Nina 
Warner Hooke; 200ct59; DF1304. 

THE GOLDEN GIRL OF THE WEST, an abbrevi- 
ated drama in one scene by Roger Ger- 
ry. © Roger Gerry; 23Mar60; DU50680. 

THE GOLDEN MAGIC OF CHARGE IT; 30und 
slidefilm shooting script for Mont- 
gomery Ward & Company, Training De- 
partment. Writer, Hal Secor. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 26May60; 
DU51183. 

THE GOLDEN RULE, a teleplay by Rhoda 
Vargas. © Rhoda Vargas; 26jan60; 
DU50358. 

GOLDEN SPRING TIME, a musical comedy 
in three acts. Book by Aristides 
Copulos & Joyce 0. Reid. Lyrics and 
music by Joyce G. Reld. Text only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Down Miami 
way, I8jun59, DU49293. NM: revisions. 
© Aristides Copulos & Joyce G. Reid; 
lFeb60; DU50424. 

THE GOLDEN TOUCH, a musical in off-beat 
rhyming In two acts by Una Kane, 
pseud, of Leona A. Kieffer. Book & 
lyrics only. © Llna Kane; 25Apr60; 
DU50906 . 

GOLDEN WORDS LANGUAGE SERIES; recording 
script by Selma C. Levin (Selma Lola 
Chambers) © Golden Enterprises,- Inc. 
of Florida; 13Jun60; C13075. 

THE GOLDEN YEARS, a play in three scenes 
by Miriam Wiener. © Miriam Wiener; 
6Jun60; DU51109. 

THE GOOD FOR NOTHING, a ditty. Lyrics 
by Sherry Cloth; music by Milton 
Delugg & George Brackraan. © Prlscllla 
Music Corp.; 23Mar60; C12840. 



GOODBYE, JOE, a sound slidefilm scenario 
for Cadillac Motor Car Division by 
Haig & Patterson, Inc. © Cadillac 
Motor Car Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 25Mar60; C12848. 

GOODTIME CHARLIE; screenplay In three 
acts by Roger Vornholt. © Roger 
Vornholt; 28Apr60; DU50893. 

GOSSIP, a drama In three acts by Sally 
Wilson. 3 Sally Wilson; 8Feb60; 
DU50432. 

GRACE IN TRIPLICATE, a one act play for 
women by Jean McKeag (Mrs. Hugh R. 
McKeag) © Jean McKeag; 31May60; 
DU51068. 

GRAND PRIX SERIES: WIN OR LOSE, an ori- 
ginal television script by Ed Cotl & 
Samuel Fleishman. © Samuel Fleishman 
& Ed Cotl; 10Mar60; DU50608. 

LA GRANDE VENTURA. SEE BIG RISK. 

A GRAPH, to facilitate a decision as to 
the significance of the difference 
between the percentages of two uncor- 
rected samples by Leonard M. Sizer. 
© Leonard M. Sizer; 12Apr60; C13055. 



GRAPHO - PSYCHOLOGY; script by John P. 
Holterraans. © John Peter Holtermans; 
28Mar60; C 12954. 

THE GRASS IS GREENER, a play In two acta 
by Hugh & Margaret Williams. (In 
Plays of the year. London. Vol.19, 
p. 13-105) © Hugh Williams & Margaret 
Williams; 29Jan60 (in notice: 1959); 
DFO-957. 

THE GRAVY TRAIN, a play In two acts by 
Marjorie Kellogg. © Marjorie Kellogg; 
28jun60; DU51252. 

THE GREAT GAMBLER. SEE CLASSIFIED: 
THE GREAT GAMBLER. 

THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT; 
script for a radio program by Sandy 
Trappe, pseud, of Irving William 
Kregal & Maurice Kregal. © Irving 
William Kregal & Maurice Kregal; 
29Apr60; DU50898. 

THE GREAT PROMISE; View-Lex cemetery 
sales presentation for the screen 
written by Harry Demsey, pseud, of 
Hyman Derasky. © Harry Demaey; 
28Mar60; C13001. 

THE GREAT WORKS OF ART (Lectures) 
Scripts in this series are prepared 
by the Art History Department of the 
American Color Slide Co., Inc. 
© American Library Color Slide Co., 
Inc. 

1. The stone age. © 23Feb60; C12752. 

2. The ancient Near East in the bronze 
age. © 23Feb60; C12753. 

3. Ancient Egypt. (Bronze age Egypt) 
© 23Feb60; C12754. 

4. Aegean art. (The Aegean) 
© 23Feb60; CI2755. 

7. Rome. © 23Feb60; C12759. 

11. Renaissance architecture and 
sculpture. © 23Feb60; C12758. 

12. Early renaissance painting. 
© 23Feb60; C12757. 

13. High renaissance painting. 
© 23Feb60; CI2756. 

THE GREEN BLACKBOARD, a play in one act 
by Nora Stirling. Family Service 
Assn. of America. (Plays for living) 
© Nora Stirling; 23Mar60 (in notice: 
1959); DP3995. 

THE GREEN MOUNTAIN BOYS. 
OF ETHAN ALLEN. 



SEE THE SAGA 



THE GREEN PASSPORT. 
HAYAROK. 



SEE HADARKON 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



15 



THE QREEN SEAL- AND WHAT IT MEANS; 
script for sound motion picture, 
prepared for Goodyear. Writer, T. 
Sassano. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
llJancO; DU50J32. 

THE GRIPFIN AND THE MINOR CANNON, a 
fantasy In four acts by Douglas Gray. 
Adapted from a story by Prank R. 
Stockton In The Queen's museu-i 
other fanciful tales. Act one and 
four musical numbers only, c Douglas 
Gray; 26Peb60; D050535- 

GUNNSMOG; monologue by Johnny Gunr. . 
O M. Wltmark & Sons; 19Peb60; C12780. 

DER G'WISSESWJHM. SEE THE BETTER 

■u . 

GYPSY, a auslcal In two acts, suggested 
by the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee. 
Book by Arthur Laurents; music by Jule 
Styne; lyrics by Stephen Sondhelm. 
Text only. Random House. Appl. 
states prev. reg. DU50123. NM: al- 
tered version. © Arthur Laurents, 
Gypsy Rose Lee i Stephen Sondhelm; 
HApr60; DP*-- 



H 



HAD YOU DESPISED ME, a play In five 
scenes by William H. Shelmerdene, 
Jr. (Wm. Sheldene) 4 Mary' Plnney 
Shelmerdene (Mary Lee) © William H. 
Shelmerdene., Jr. 1 Mary Plnney 
Shelmerdene; 10Mar60; DU50611. 

HADARKON HAYAROK. (The green passport) 
By Marnln Pelnsteln. Hebrew-title 
transliterated. O Marnln Pelnsteln; 
HApr60; D050867. 

HALE AND HUBBARD, a comedy In three 
acts by David Thompson. O David W. 
Thompson; 5Jan60; DU50218. 

HALP A DAY WITH TESSIE, a comedy with 
prelude 4 three acts, by Samuel L. C. 
Lee. Appl. states prev. reg. 00*1669 
& D0*3*05. NM: additions 4 revisions. 
C Samuel L. C. Lee; 24Dec59; D050198. 

THE HALP BRIGHT SCHOLAR, a play In three 
acts by Robert T. Sloan. Appl. atates 
prev. reg. as It's all In your mind, 
17Aug=0 4 as The half bright scholar, 
22Nov59. NM: revisions i additions. 
O Robert Tarlton Sloan; 21Apr60; 
DU50848. 

HALFWAY OP- THE STAIRS, a play In three 
acts by Robert Sugarman. © Robert 
Edward Sugarman; 17May60; DU51010. 

HALULA'A MIT'HADEKET. (The noose 
tightens) By Marnln Felnsteln. 
Hebrew:tltle transliterated. © Marnln 
Pelnsteln; HApr60; DU50866. 

HAND OTTO FUSS. SEE MR. KIMBER. 

THE HANDS OF EURIDICE, a play In two 
acts by Pedro Bloch. English version 
by John Fostlnl. 9 John Fostlnl; 
28Apr60; DU50839. 

HANKS WOMAN. SEE OWEN WTSTER GOES 
WEST. 

HANNAH, THE FRAYING MOTHER, a three-act 
playlet written by Nettie Gllatrap. 
© Nettle Oilstrap; 4Mar60; DU50575- 

HANSEL AND GRETEL; adaptation by Maria 
Ray & Lyle Kenyon Engel. © Maria Ray 
4 Lyle Kenyon Engel; 26Apr60; C12868. 

THE HAPPY HOUR, a short comedy by George 
D. Trent. © George D. Trent; 29Mar60; 
DU5O720. 

HAPPY HOUSE, a musical comedy In two 
acts by Ward Hall. © Ward Hall; 
l8Apr60; DU50852. 



THE HAPPY LUCK OP MRS. TRELLIS, a play 
In three acts by Bernard Sabath. 
C Bernard Sabath; lfjanoO; DU50285. 

THE HAUNTED YEARS, a play in three acts 
by Piers Powell, pseud, of Percival 
Henry Powell. O Percival Henry 
Powell; SPebbO; DU50465. 

HAWAIIAN-ALASKAN-CELEBRATION-HOLIDAY - 
PARTY, a play script with music In 
three acts by Rodney Lee Pickett. 
Text only, o Rodney Lee Pickett; 
}Peb60; DU50464. 

HAWAIIAN LOVE STORY, a play In two acts 
based on songs and legends of old 
Hawaii by Jean Chariot. Text only. 
© Jean Chariot; 12Apr60; DU50778. 

HEAR IT AS IT HAPPENS: THE BATTLE OF 
GETTYSBURG; recording script in two 
parts by Robert Horrls Green, Jr. 
O Robert Morris Green, Jr.; 29Jun60; 
C13070. 

HEARKEN, UNCLE TOM, a musical adaptation 
of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's 
cabin in three acts. Book and lyrics 
by Lawrence Stone, pseud, of Joseph L. 
Stonlok. Text only. O Lawrence Stone; 
24Jun60; DU51240. 

THE HEARTLESS TROLL, an operetta in two 
acts. Story and lyrics by Larry 
Chrlstenson. Music and orchestration 
by Oordon Hafso. (Denlson musical 
comedies) o T. S. Denlson 4 Co., 
Inc.; lOPebfcO; DPJ962. 

THE HEART'S DARK VISITOR, a play in 
three acts by James W. Andrews. 
O Janes W. Andrews; 22jun60; DU51256. 

HEAVEN IS A LONG TIME TO WAIT, a play in 
one scene by E. P. Conkle. (In The 
nest short plays, 1958-1959, P-135- 
1*6) © E. P. Conkle; l6Nov59; DP406j. 

HEAVEN SCENT; screenplay in three acts 
by Dennis Valjean, pseud, of Dennis R. 
Zimmerman. © Dennis Valjean; 27Apr60; 
DU51055- 

HEE HEE HEE HEE; dialogue with back- 
ground music by Harriet Kane 4 others. 
NM: "narration.'' © Argo Music, Inc.; 
27May60; C13059. 

HEIGHT OF THE SEASON, a new musical play 
in two acts. Book and lyrics by J. K. 
Libby. Text only. NM: additions 4 
revisions. © Janls K. Llbby; 22Mar60; 
DU50674. 

HELLUVA PLACE, a musical -comedy In two 
acts. Text by Harvey L. Snyder; music 
by Harvey L. Snyder 4 others; lyric a 
by Harvey L. Snyder & others. © Har- 
vey L. Snyder; 25May60; DU51077. 

HELP WANTED, a play in one act about 
family reaction to the subject of 
working wives and mothers by Marjorle 
E. Watson 4 Irving M. Brown. Human 
Relations Aids. (A Family life play) 
NM: revisions. © Marjorie E. Watson; 
25Apr60; DP4026. 

A HEN CROWS IN LUZON, a play in three 
acts by Marclano E. Cainelet. © Mar- 
clano E. Calnglet; JOMarbO; DU50723. 

HENRY JACKSON, a play by Lillian P. 
O^ilat. © Lillian P. Qulat; lOFebbO; 
DU50440. 

HER GRAVE BY THE SEA, a screenplay by 
Maria Zeheri. © Maria Zeheri; 
25Jan60; DU50387. 

HERE COME THE BRIDES, a comedy in three 
acts by Arthur Henley. © Arthur 
Henley; 25Feb60; DU50528. 



HERO FOR HIRE. SEE TONY VEHNA PRE- 
SENTS THE JOEY BISHOP SHOW. 
HERO WORSHIPPER. SEE DALTON ADVEN- 
TURES. 

HEUREUX MORTELS; piece en deux actes par 
Marc Camolettl. © Marc Camolettl; 
15Jun60; DU51215. 



HEY, HIGH SCHOOL KIDS. 
SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST. 



SEE COLLEGE 



THE HIDDEN CONSPIRACY AGAINST PROFITS. 
An address by Norman Jaspan, president 
Norman Jaspan Associates, Inc., 
Management Engineers and Investiga- 
tions, Inc. to Factory Management 
Council, Syracuse University Club, 
Syracuse, N. Y. © Norman Jaspan; 
17Mar60; C12810. 



HIGH RENAISSANCE PAINTING. 
GREAT WORKS OF ART, 13. 



SEE THE 



HIGH SEAS: STOP AT NOTHING; story and 
teleplay by Art Arthur. © James M. 
Buxbaum; 13JUn60; DU51142. 

HIGHWAY PETROL. SEE TOONERVILLE. 

HIPS AHOY AND ANKLES. AWEIGH, a musical 
play In two acts by Beulah B. Mussel- 
white. © Beulah B. Musselwhlte; 
15Feb60; DU50460. 

THE HIROSHIMA REQUIEM, for chorus and 
orchestra by Lee Baxandall. © Lee 
Baxandall; 2}May60; C13011. 

HIS BROTHER'S KEEPER, a new original 
screenplay by John Myhers. © John 
Myhers; 2Jun60; DU51097. 

HIS FIRST CASE. SEE THE ARAPAHOE 
SHERIFF. 

HOLD YOUR BREATH, a play in three acts 
by Jean Ounn (Jeanle L. Gunn) 4 Tony 
Pastor, Jr. (Anthony Louis Pastor, Jr.) 
NM: revisions. © Jean Ounn 4 Tony 
Pastor, Jr.; 24May60; DU51080. 

A HOLIDAY FOR JOHNNY OREENLEAVES, a play 
In one scene. Words & music by Belle 
S. Oitelman. © Belle S. Oitelman; 
4Apr60; DU50794. 

HOLIDAY PARTY; drama by Ray A. Reynolds. 
© Ray August Reynolds; 2JJun60; Cl?06?. 

HOLLYWOOD CHARM COURSE; recording script 
by Virginia Longden. No. 1-5. © Vir- 
ginia Longden; l6May60; C13058. 

A HOKE IN THE ROAD, a play In three acts 
by William George Hllnka. NM: revi- 
sions. © William George Hllnka; 
24Feb60; DU50522. 

HOMECOMING, a dramatic play in three 
acts by Joy Walker White. © Joy 
Walker White; 25Jan60; DU50J34. 

THE HOMECOMING GAME. SEE TALL STORY. 

HOMEMAKING IN REVIEW; radio program 
script written by Resale Fix & Jane 
Strain. © Ressie Fix 4 Jane Strain; 
24Dec59; C12648. 

UN HOMME A LA NUIT. SEE RENE LE 
DESTIN. 

HOP ON THE BAND WAGON.' Recording script 
for the Chevrolet Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12912. 
THE HOPEFULS, a 3 act play by Cyd Fox, 
pseud, of Eulle Elyse Robinson Dorsey. 
© Eulle Elyse Robinson Dorsey; 
19Feb60; DU50500. 

HOUSE HAPPY.' A play in three acts by 
Muriel Resnlk 4 Jeff Brown. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as House happy, 
19Sep58, A366756. NM: dramatization. 
© Muriel Resnlk 4 Jeff Brown; 20May60; 
DU51074. 



16 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



HOUSE IN REVOLT, em original television 
drama In three acts by Mike Michael- 
son, pseud, of Manuel Mlohaelson. 
© Manuel Mlohaelson; l8Apr60; DU50835. 



HOUSE OP CARDS, a play In three acts by 
Charles Frink. © Charles W. Frink; 
4May60; DU50935. 

THE HOUSE OF SMITH, a play in 3 acts by 
Frank Gagliano. © Frank Gagllano; 
21Mar60; DU50670. 



HOUSE ON A HILL, a drama In three acts 
by R. K. Pearl. © Ruth Pearl; 
9Mar60; DU50646. 

THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, a two-act 
drama by Charles A. Watson. © Charles 
A. Watson; 20Jun60; DU51206. 

HOW TO SELL RENO WARE, a talk by Wallace 
Earl De Pue. © Wallace Earl De Pue; 
28Mar60; C12824. 

HOW TO USE BREAK -EVEN DATA FOR DECI- 
SION-MAKING, a lecture by Spencer A. 
Tucker. © Martin & Tucker; 3Dec59; 
C12677. 

HOW TO WELD T-l STEEL, a sound motion 
picture prepared for United States 
Steel Corp. Writer, Tony Sassano. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 26May60; 
C15027. 

THE HUMAN ACCIDENT, a play In three acts 
by Charles Frink. © Charles Frlnk; 
QMar60; DU50606. 

THE HUNTER; script for a television 
program by Total Television Products. 
Episode no. 19: Florida fraud. © Total 
Television Products, Inc.; 13May60; 
DU51041. 

HUNTER'S CAGE, a play for television in 
one-half hour by William Case. 
© William Case; l8May60; DU51020. 

THE HUNTER'S MOON, a play In two acts 
by Lynne MacDonald. © Mrs. Malcolm 
A. MacDonald; 20Jan60; DU5Q305. 

THE HURLEY CANTATA. (The Hurley folk 
cantata) By Carolyn Wallgurskl. 
© Carolyn Morehouse Wallgurskl; 
l8May60; DU51051. 



THE HURLEY FOLK CANTATA. 
HURLEY CANTATA. 



SEE THE 



HYDE PARK, a play in three acts by John 
Colby Ney. © John Colby Ney; 3Feb60; 
DU50408. 



I CAN'T UNDERSTAND, a two act farce 
tragedy by Charles A. Watson. 
© Charles A. Watson; 6Apr60; DU50752. 

I DIARI; divertimento in tre attl di 
Pier Benedetto Bertoli. (in Sipario. 
Torino. July-Aug. 1959, p.65-80) 
© Pier Benedetto Bertoli; Uul K 9; 
DFO-915. 

I GREW SO LIKE MY BROTHER, a farce in 
three acts by Max Gulack. © Max R. 
Gulack; 26Feb60; DU50529. 

I SPY, a play In one act by John 
Mortimer. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) Appl. 
states prev. reg. In 1958. © John 
Mortimer; 12Jan60; DF1300. 

ID TAKES TWO TO MARRY. SEE ALTAR EGO. 

IF WISHES WERE HORSES, a play In two 
acts by Kenneth Frederick. © Kenneth 
Frederick; 6May60; DU50948. 



IF YOU ASK ME — , a one-act comedy for 
4 women by Shirley Osborne. (Eldrldge 
popular one-act play3crlpts) © El- 
drldge Pub. Co.; 2Sep59; DP3943. 

IG-GO-RANT- 'TIS, a monolog by George 
Loren Edwards. © George Loren 
Edwards; HJan60; CI2676. 

THE ILIAD, of Homer. A theatrical 

Interpretation by B. M. Hobgood based 
upon the W. H. D. Rouse translation. 
Musical score by Robert Weaver. Text 
only. © B. M. Hobgood; 8jun60; 
DU51130. 

IMAGINARIA, an original musical In three 
acts presented by the Students of Iona 
Grammar School, New Rochelle, N. Y. 
Music and lyrics by William Taggart & 
others. Author, W. R. Murphy. © Iona 
Grammar School & William P. Taggart; 
4Mar60; DU50578. 

THE IMAGINARY INVALID, a play In three 
acts by Moliere, pseud, of Jean 
Baptlste Poquelln. An adaptation by 
Miles Malleson. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) © Miles 
Malleson; 31Dee59; DF1297. 

IMAGINE; monologue by Fredrlc Brown. 
© M. Wltraark & Sons; 19Feb60; C12773. 

IMPASSE DE LA FIDELITE, par Alexandre 
Breffort. © Alexandre Breffort; 
l4Mar60; DU50702. 

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST by 
Oscar Wilde. Edited by Vincent F. 
Hopper and Gerald B. Lahey. With a 
note on the staging by George L. 
Hersey. Illustrations by Fritz 
Kredel. (Theatre classics for the 
modern reader) NM: "editing, addi- 
tional text & pictorial matter." 
© Barron's Educational Series, Inc.; 
2Feb59; A371+680. 

THE IMPROBABLE TREES, a play in three 
acts by John Green. © John C. Green; 
3May60; DU50927. 

IN A BOHEMIAN VILLAGE, a production 
number for chorus and dancers In two 
sections. Lyrics by Katherlne Smith 
Bolt; music based on Czech folk melo- 
dies, arranged by Felix Molzer. 
© Olnn & Co.; 12May60; DP4056. 

IN A DUTCH VILLAGE, a music drama in one 
act. Lyrics by Christine Turner 
Curtis; music based on traditional 
Dutch melodies, arranged by Felix 
Molzer. © Glnn & Co.; 12May60; DP4055. 

IN A NORWEGIAN VILLAGE, a music drama in 
three acts. Lyrics by Katherlne Smith 
Bolt; music based on Norwegian folk 
melodies, arranged by Felix Molzer. 
© Glnn & Co.; 12May60; DP4054. 

IN ANKARA. SEE INFORMED SOURCES. 

IN PLACE OF LOVE, a play In three acts 
by Lily Porltz. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1957 and 1959. NM: revisions. 
© Lily Porltz; 13Jan60; DU50280. 

IN THE SHADOW OF THE CROSS by Sister 
Mary Madeline. 1st. ed. Vantage 
Press. © Sister Mary Madeline; 
l^Dec59; Al|29967. 

IN THIS SIGN, a screenplay by Sally & 
Philip Scharper. Prev. pub. aa 
Constantlne the Great and Helena, 
1959. Appl. states prev. reg. A417179. 
Appl. author: Magna Theatre Corp., 
employer for hire. © Magna Theatre 
Corp.; 20Apr60; DP4018. 

THE INBETWEEN, a one hour television 
play In two acts by Frances Youlln 
McHugh. © Frances Youlln McHugh; 
l4Mar60; DU50626. 



INCIDENT AT WHITE MOUNTAIN, a drama in 
three scenes by Warren Mild. © Warren 
Mild; l6jun60; DU51166. 

INCIDENT OF THE JAGUAR III, a screen- 
play in three acts by Patricia Lee 
Kieffer. © Patricia Lee Kleffer; 
7Jan60; DU50314. 

AN INDIAN ROMANCE, a play with music in 
three acta by John Papallodis. © John 
Papallodis; 29Mar60; DU50721. 

THE INDIANA AND ILLINOIS YEARS. SEE 
ABRAHAM LINCOLN — GREAT OF MEN. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING TO MANAGEMENT 
ENGINEERING TO MANAGEMENT. SEE 
TINKERS TO FVEPS TO CHANCE. 

INFANT VOCALIZATIONS, a lecture by 
Samuel Karelitz. © Samuel Karelltz; 
15Jan60; CI2669. 

INFORMED SOURCES (in Ankara) A musical 
in two acts. Book and lyrics by 
Djiri Rlccl, p3eud. of Rick Richards. 
Text only. © Mill Whistle Co.; 
3Feb60; DU50405. 

INNER CHAMBER, SCIENCE OF MENTALPHYSICS; 
lecture by Ding Le Mel (Edwin J. 
Dingle) (Supplementary series, C-13) 
© Edwin J. Dingle; 8Feb60; C12723. 

INNER TURMOIL, an original drama in 3 
acts by A. C. Langford. © Angela C. 
Langford; 21Mar60; DU50668. 

INQUEST, ON MADISON AVENUE, a play in 
three acts by Roger Keenan. © Joseph 
Roger Keenan; 13Apr60; DU50812. 

INQUISITION, ANYONE? A play by Erich 
Segal. © Erich W. Segal; 20Jan60; 
DU50299. 

INSIDE, a verse colloquy In one scene 
by Maxwell E. Siegel. © Maxwell 
Edward Siegel; l8Mar60; DU50661. 

INSIDE SHELLEY BERMAN; recording script 
MG V-15003 by Shelley Berman. © Vivid 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 4Apr60; C12831. 

INSIDE STORY, a lecture by Lenore Turner. 
© Lenore Turner; 17Dec59; C12649. 



INSTRUMENT FLIGHT NO. 7002; recording 
script by Aero-Progress, Inc. © Aero- 
Progress, Inc.; HApr60; C12842. 

THE INSURANCE MAN, a television drama in 
three acts by Joseph Levy. © Joseph 
Levy; 20Apr60; DU50844. 

INSURE WITH KELLY; recording script for 
Russell Kelly Office Service by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Russell Kelly 
Office Service, Inc.; 2May60; C12942. 

INTERIOR DECORATING SIMPLIFIED, a talk 
by Harry Lee Grice. © Harry Lee 
Grlce; 2Mar60; C12797. 

INTERLUDE, a play in three acts by Enid 
Mitchell. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Enid Mitchell & Hazel Mitchell; 
29Apr60; DU50896. 

INTERPLAY; play in three acts adapted 
from B. P. Galdos ' novel Realidad, by 
Martin Ronda, pseud, of Augusto Cente- 
no. © Augusto Centeno; 9Mar60; 
DU50S04. 

THE INTERPRETER, a new play in three 
acts by Eric Rudd. NM: revisions. 
© Eric Rudd; 27Jan60; DU50376. 

INTERPRETING DREAMS, a play in one soene 
by Roger Wendell Bowen. © Roger 
Wendell Bowen; 4Feb60; DU50410. 






CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



□rro THE WILDERNESS, an original 1 I 
hour television play by Victor Von 
Siena, o Victor Von Klean; llPeboO; 
DD50452. 

INTRODUCTION AND BERENICE; monologue 
based on the story Berenice by Edgar 
Allan Poe. Adapted by Theodore Gott- 
lieb. O Theodore Gottlieb; *Apr60; 
C12828. 

THE INVENTOR: THE HONEY PRINTER, a 
TV comedy by Jack Houston, o Jack 
Houston; 15Peb60; DU50*58. 

iTION TO LEARNING; sound film 
script prepared for National Lumber 
Manufacturers Assn. Writer, John 
Davenport. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. C Wilding, 
Inc.; 26Kay60; C13023. 

IOLANTHI; or. The mayor and the Maori. 
Gilbert and Sullivan revisited, a con- 
ducted tour in two acts by Clara Clay- 
man (Clara dayman Weinberg) Text 
only. KM: revisions & additions. 
O Clara dayman Weinberg; 21Mar60; 
DU50666. 

HAYS BE SPRING; dialogue with 
background music. Music by Milton 
Delu^g k George Brackman. Appl. 
author: Sherry Cloth. C Prlscllla 
Music Corp-; 2dApr60; C12875- 

:3 TO ACT; recording script for the 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. © Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; 2May60; 
C12 

IT'S A WAY OP LIPE; recording script for 
the Oldsmoblle Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. O Oldsmoblle Division, 
Oeneral Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12885. 



J 



IT'S a:x in YOUR MIND. 
a SCHOLAR. 



SEE THE HALF 



IT'S AN ART, a comedy In one act by 
Laura Rhoads Arurfo. © Laura Rhoads 
Aruffo; 9May60; DU50952. 

IT'S EASY TO BE AN EXPERT; recording 
script for the Delco-Remy Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. O Delco-Remy 
Division, Oeneral Motors Corp. ; 
2May60; C12887. 

IT'S EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS! A comedy In 
three acts by Gerald Zoffer. Act 1. 
O Gerald R. Zoffer; 8Dec59; DU502tO. 

IT'S HIGH TIME, a play with music In 
three acts by Stuart M. De Luca & 
Ralph Wilder. Text only. © Stuart M. 
De Luca; 4Peb60; DP3939. 

IT'S NEVER TOO LATE; screenplay written 
by Michael J. Curtln. © Michael J. 
Curt In; 22Apr60; DU50856. 

IT'S THE ABILITY TO TAKE IT THAT COUNTS! 
Recording script for the GMC Truck & 
Coach Division by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. (DOT release, no. 72) © GMC 
Truck & Coach Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2May60; C129J4. 

IT'S UP TO YOU; recording script for the 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. © Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; 2May60; 
C12914. 



IT'S VERY DULL IN NASHVILLE, a comedy 
In one act by Norma Alford. © Norma 
Alford; 7Mar60; DU50591. 

IT'S YOUR MOVE; screenplay by William A. 
Guth. © William A. Guth; 25Apr60; 
DU50861. 



JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, a children's 
operetta In five scenes, based on 
Grimm's fairy tale. Book, lyrics & 
music by Paula Calabrese-Cook. Arr. 
for piano by Marie Welden. © Paula 
Calabrese-Cook; l6Dec59; DU50199. 

JACKS OR BETTER, a play In two acts by 
Daniel Kusell. © Daniel Kusell; 
7Jun60; DU51118. 

THE JASPER RING, a musical legend In two 
acts by Bernard Lazar. Text only. 
© Bernard Lazar; 23Mar60; DU50681. 

JEANNETTE; tre attl dl Mlno Roll, pseud, 
dl Ermlnlo Pontlroll. (In Maschere. 
Roma. Mar. -Apr. 1959, p. 13-33) 
© Mlno Roll; 30Apr59; DP1283. 

JESSICA, a play In three acts by Warren 
Tute. London, S. Prench. (Prench's 
acting edition) O Warren Tute; 
24Nov59; DP1301. 

JEWELRY OP THE DEAD, a one-act televi- 
sion play by Glover Buck. © Glover 
Buck; yebcO; DU50418. 

THE J1BBENAIN0SAY, a tale of Kentucky, 
written by Robert Montgomery Bird. 
Adapted for the movies by Thomas H. 
Barber 4 John T. Barber. © Thomas H. 
Barber k John T. Barber; **Jan60; 
D050213. 

JIGSAW, a play In three acts by Justin 
Leigh, pseud, of Sylvia Leigh & 
Walter Markey, ar.l Jeanne Slsco. 
© Sylvia Leigh, Mark Justin (pseud, of 
Walter Markey) & Jeanne Slsco; 
l8May60; DU51019. 
THE JOEY BISHOP SHOW. SEE TONY VEHNA 
PRESENTS THE JOKY BISHOP SHOW: HERO 
FOR HIRE. 

JOHN ENDICOTT; opera In three acts & six 
scenes by Stanton Goldlng. Based on 
closet drama of same title by H. W. 
Longfellow. Text only. NM: revi- 
sions. © Stanton Goldlng; 4jan60; 
DU502O0. 

THE JOHN RIPPE STORY, a musical play 
in three acts by David Allen & Alan 
Thornhlll. Text only. © Moral 
Re-Armament; 3Feb60; DU50399. 

JOSHUA, a dramatic oratorio to the text 
of James Forsyth baaed on the Book of 
Joshua for soloists, narrator, mixed 
chorus and orchestra by Franz Waxman. 
Vocal score. © G. Rlcordi & Co.; 
19Apr60; DPt029. 

THE JOSHUA TREE, a two act drama by 
Frank Viola. © Frank Viola; l4Mar60; 
DU50617. 

UN JOUEUR; piece en quatre actes de 
Andre Charpak, d'apres la nouvelle de 
Dostolevskl. (In Les Oeuvres llbres. 
Paris, no 161, p. 197-268) © Andre 
Charpak; 10ct59; DFO-920. 

JOURNEY TO GOLGOTHA, a liturgical drama 
in six acts for Passlontlde written in 
the manner of a mediaeval liturgical 
drama or mystery play by Eugene 
Kellenbenz. © World Library of Sacred 
Music; 3Mar60; DP^006. 



JUDGE TENDERLY OF THEM, a new musical in 
three acts. Book, music and lyrics by 
Jean Flynn. Text only. © Jean Flynn; 
I4jun60; DU51190. 

JUDITH, a play in three acts by Eve 
McFall. © Eve McFall; 27Apr60; 
DU50884 . 



JULIA, a play In three acts by Harry I. 
Osgood. Q Harry I. Osgood; 26jan60; 
DU50360. 

JULIA. SEE DALTON ADVENTURES. 

JT'LIUS CAESAR. SEE SHAKESPEARE'S 
JVLIUS CAESAR. 

JUST MONEY, by Wm. R. Mathews. © Wm. R. 
Mathews; 4Apr60; C12857. 

JUST SAY YOU'RE SORRY, a one-act play by 
John Attmore. © John C. Attmore; 
8jan60; DU50237. 

JUST YOUR HEALTH ALONE, CAN TELL YOU IF 
YOU'RE WELL, OR EVEN SICK, a mono- 
logue by Dayton Allen. © Dayton 
Allen; 2Peb60; C12708. 



K 



DIE KATZE IM SACK. (Chat en poche) 
Vaudeville In drel Akten von Georges 
Feydeau. Deutsche Bearbeitung von 
Wolfgang Kirchner. Wiesbaden. © Ahn 
& Slmrock, Buhnen- und Muslkverlag; 
5Mar60; DFO-93 1 *. 

KEATS, DYING; play In seven parts by 
Gloria Brarawell. © Gloria Bramwell; 
22Apr60; DU51057. 

KEEP OFF THE THRONE, a satirical farce 
In three acts written by Norma Alford. 
© Norma Alford; 4May60; DU50936. 

KEEP THE FIRE BURNING! A play by Herbert 
H. Hutner. © Herbert H. Hutner; 
6jan60; DU50220. 

KEEP YOUR EYE ON TOMORROW; motion pic- 
ture shooting script for Hiram Walker, 
Inc., Detroit, Mich. Writer, Hal 
Secor. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
26May60; C13022. 

KEE-WEE, a three-act play by Robert 
Wlckershara. © Robert Wlckersham; 
21Dec59; DU50239. 

KETNEK KTMMT DEN KAISER ERNST. SEE 
LOLOTTE. 



KEYBOARDS AND CROWNS; opera In four 
acts. Music by Robert Mlddleton. 
Words by Harold Smith. © Robert Earl 
Mlddleton; 15Jan60; DU50273. 

KEYBOARDS AND CROWNS; opera in four 
acts. Music by Robert E. Mlddleton. 
Words by Harold W. Smith. Appl. 
stateB prev. reg. 15Jan60, DU50273. 
NM: additions. © Robert Earl Middle- 
ton; 20May60; DU51127. 



THE KILLER AND OTHER PLAYS, by Eugene 
Ionesco. Translated by Donald Watson. 
1st Grove Press ed. Grove Press. 
© John Calder (Publishers) Ltd.; 
15Apr60; DP4047. 

KING AND ODIE; scripts for a television 
program by Total Television Products. 
Episodes no.lA, 2A, 2B & 2C. © Total 
Television Products, Inc.; 13May60; 
DU51042. 

KING OF THE AMAZONS, a comedy in six 
scenes by Alexander Arkatov. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Queen of the 
Amazons. NM: revisions. © Alexander 
A. Arkatov; 5Jan60; DU50215. 

KINGS & CLOWNS; scenes and characters 
from plays by William Shakespeare 
arranged for solo performance in two 
parts by Philip Hanson. © Philip 
Hanson; 8Mar60; DU50601. 

THE KITES ON ST. AUGUSTINE, a one hour 
teleplay by LaMont Bench. © LaMont 
Bench; 2JFeb60; DU50517. 



18 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



KITTY UND DIE WELTKONFERENZ; 

Muslkallschea Lu3taplel In 3 Akten 
(4 Bllder) von Stefan Donat und 
Peter Presea. Geaangstexte von 
Robert Gilbert; Mualk von Robert 
Stolz. Vollatandlger Klavierauszug 
mit Text. © Robert Stolz; 10Deo59; 
DU50388. 

DIE KLEINEN FREUDEN DES LEBENS; Mualk- 
aliache Wunschtraume In 2 Akten von 
Fritz Rotter. Libretto only. Wies- 
baden. © Ann & Simrock, Bflhnen- und 
Mualkverlag; Uun59; DP3982. 

KNICKERBOCKER YONTOF, a play In five 
acenea about the flr3t Jewlah aettlera 
In New Amaterdam by Charlea S. Becker. 
With Line varlatlon3 for Purlm & Line 
varlatlona for Passover. Bureau of 
Jewish Education. 3 v. NM: revisions 
& additions. © Charles S. Becker; 
200ct59; DP399 1 *- 

KNICKERBOCKER YONTOF, by Charles S. 
Becker. A play In four scenes about 
the flrat Jewlah aettlers In New 
Amsterdam for puppets or regular stage 
presentation. Bureau of Jewish Educa- 
tion. © Charles S. Becker; 15Jan54; 
DP3975. 

KNOCKABOUT, a comedy In six scenes by 
Frederic Lansing Day with the assist- 
ance of Faith Oeer. © Frederic 
Lanalng Day; 12May60; DU51015. 

KO-NQAI, a play in four scenes by 

B. Oagllano from The soul of the great 
bell by Lafcadlo Hearn. © Baltazar 
Gagllano; 19Apr60; DU50840. 

KOKALENKEE, a musical play in three 
acta. Book and lyrics by Gordon Har- 
per. Music by Herbert Korpell. 
© Gordon P. Harper & Herbert Samuel 
Korpell; 23Feb60; DU50551. 



THE LADY AND THE UNICORN, a romantic 
comedy in two acts by Margaret Col- 
lins. © Margaret James Collins; 
21Jan60; DU50309. 

LADY ELEANOR AMD THE MICE, a comedy for 
children In two acts by Felicity 
Hoffecker & Anne Waring Warren. 
© Felicity Hoffecker & Anne Waring 
Warren; 21Apr60; DU50852. 

THE LADY FROM THE SEA; play in three 
acta by Henrik Ibsen. An adaptation 
by Michael J. Salamo. © Michael J. 
Salamo; 2Mar60; DU50565. 

LADY IN THE MOON, a musical comedy in 
two acts by Jean Westbrook. Text 
only. © Jean We 3t brook; 6May60; 
DU50949. 

LADY ON THE ROCK, a play with music in 
three acta by Arnold Schulman. Text 
only. © Arnold Schulman; l8Mar60; 
DU50658. 

LAMBS FOR THE WOLVES, a comedy in three 
acta by Corning White. / © Arthur 
Corning White; 7Mar60; DU50587. 

THE LAMMERMOOR MARRIAGE. SEE LUCIA DI 
LAMMERMOOR. 

LAND OF PROMISE, a play In two acts. 
Music by Normand Lockwood. Book by 
Rusaell Porter. © Normand Lockwood & 
R. Ruaaell Porter; HApr60; DU50871. 

THE LAND OF SMILES, a muaical play in 
three acts by Ludwig Herzer & Fritz 
LShner. English version by Chrlato- 
pher Haaaall; music by Franz Lehar. 
London. Text only. © Glocken Verlag, 
Ltd.; lDec59; DFO-919. 



THE LAND OF SMILES, a muaical play in 
three acts by Ludwig Herzer & Fritz 
Lohner from the original by Victor 
Leon. English version by Christopher 
Haaaall. Mualc by Franz Lehar. Text 
only. London. © Glocken Verlag, 
Ltd.; lDec59; DFO-9^0. 

THE LAND THAT LOST ITS MELODY, a muaical 
play for children. Words and music by 
David Lodge. © David Lodge; 27Jun60; 
DU51246. 

THE LAND THAT TOUCHES MINE, a screenplay 
by John Sanford. Based on the au- 
thor's novel of the same title pub- 
lished In 1953. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © John Sanford; 29Feb60; 
DU50546. 

THE LAPPING LIGHT, a one-act poetic 
drama by Jean Mu3ser. Tolle House. 
© Gerald F. Tolle, Jr. & Jean Muaser; 
4 Jan60; DP3950. 

LAST BREATH, a play in one act by Mi- 
chael O'Sulllvan. © Michael 0' Sulli- 
van; l8Mar60; DU50662. 

THE LAST DELUGE, a play in two acts by 
Hazen Crystal, pseud, of Hazel H. 
Russell. © Hazen Crystal; 7Jun6"0; 
DU51117. 

THE LAST ENEMY, an original television 
play (one hour) by William Case. 
© William R. Case; 13Jan60; DU50260. 

THE LAST HONEST MAN, a comedy for 

television by Burton Dermer. © Bur- 
ton Dermer; 25Jan60; DU50351. 

THE LAST MASQUERADE, a play In three 
acts by Maxwell Maltz. © Maxwell 
Maltz; 23Feb60; DU50506. 

THE LAST MASQUERADE, a play in three 
acts by Maxwell Maltz. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 23Feb60. NM: additions & 
revialona. © Maxwell Maltz; 15Jun60; 
DU51158. 

THE LAST OF THE BEST; screenplay in 

three acta by Mra. Roy Philip Fleiach- 
man (Maxine Fleiachman) © Maxine 
Fleiachman; 13Apr60; DU50925. 



?H3 LAST RETURN. 
RITORNO. 



S3E L'ULTIMO 



THE LAST WORD, a play In three acts by 
Jack Popplewell. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) © Jack 
Popplewell; 9Mar60; DF1319. 

LASTHOUGHT; monologue by Johnny Gunn. 
© M. Wltmark & Sona; 19Feb60; C12781. 

LATE DATE, a play in one act by John 
E. Schroeder. © John E. Schroeder; 
lFeb60; DU50393. 

THE LAUGHING MAN. SEE A FANTASY. 

LAVENDER, a play in three acts by Elmer 
L. Kline. © Elmer L. Kline; 2May60; 
DU50914. 

THE LAYING OF THRYM. SEB THE SUB- 
STITUTE BRIDE. 

THE LEADER; play In three acta by Prlmo 
Raddl. © Prlmo Raddi; 6jan60; 
DU50226. 

LEANING OUT YOUR WINDOW, an original 
play in thirteen acenea adaptable for 
atage, acreen, or TV by Philip Guston, 
pseud, of Albert Saltzman. © Albert 
Saltzman; 13Jun60; DU51151. 

LECTURE ON DOG CARE--ALL BREEDS, by 
Alice Lomberk (Mra. Edward Lomberk) 
© Alice Lomberk; l8May60; C13002. 

LECTURES TO BE USED IN NOCTURNAL EDUCA- 
TION; recording scripts by Shirley J. 
Lawrence. © Shirley J. Lawrence; 
13Apr60; C12845. 



DAS LEERE HAUS; Komodle in 7 Blldern 
von Hans Wilhelm Keller. © Hana 
Wilhelm Keller; 30Jun60; DU51264. 

THE LEGEND OF POISON GULCH. SEE BLUE 
SKY FANDANGO. 

LEGEND OF THE POPPY AND THE CORNFLOWER. 
SEE THIS IS YOUR STORY LADY TELLING 
YOU THE LEGEND OF THE POPPY AND THE 
CORNFLOWER. 

LFGENDS OF MID-AMERICA, CIVIL WAR, 
CAIRO, 1861. SEE THE OTHER VOLUN- 
TEER. 

LEON PHITTS IS DEAD, a grotesquerle in 
three acts by Mark Jason, pseud, of 
Marvin Marcus Zalk. © Marvin Marcus 
Zalk; l6Feb60; DU50471. 

LEONARDO'S FLYING MACHINE, a play for 
young people in five scenes by Joseph 
Golden. © Joseph Golden; 12May60; 
DU50977. 



LET FOUR SEASONS PASS, a play in three 
acta by Joaephine Bentham. Appl. 
atates prev. reg. as Black ice, 
29Nov56, DU437^6. NM: new material. 
© Josephine Bentham; 3May60; DU50932. 

LET'S LAUGH; a collection of monologues 
by Helen Rose. ( Belter' s Plays) 
Appl. author: Walter H. Baker Co., 
employer for hire. © Walter H. Baker 
Co.; 2Jun60; AI4.50H5. 

LET'S PULL OURSELVES TOGETHER; a 

dramatic dialogue, with a study guide. 
By James D. Shannon & Robert T. 
McDill. © James D. Shannon & Robert 
T. McDill; 28Feb60; Ai4.3ij.66l4.. 

A LETTER TO MOSCOW; screenplay by Leo S. 
Rosencrans; Prepared for Armstrong 
Cork Company; produced by Jerry Fair- 
bank3 Productions in association with 
Film Counselors, Inc. © Jerry Fair- 
banks Productlona of California; 
23Feb60; DU50511. 

A LETTER TO THE TIMES, a play in three 
acta by Benno Welaer & Miriam Laser- 
son. © Benno Welser & Miriam Laser- 
son; 10Jun60; DU51139. 

LETTURE E LEZIONI DI ITALIANO; prepared 
for oral delivery by Maria Cominelll. 
© Maria Cominelll; 13May60; C12998. 

THE LIBERTY BELL RINGS AGAIN and OTHER 
BAND MAGIC SHOWS FOR FOOTBALL HALF- 
TIMES; scripts 1-30 by I. E. Clark. 
Appl. states script 1 prev. reg. 
C10924, and acripta 2-9 prev. reg. 
C9724. NM: revl3ion of acripts 1-9 
& addition of acripts 10-30. © I. E. 
Clark; l6Dec59; C12704. 

THE LIBRARY RAID, a play In 3-acts by 
Francis Gagllano. © Franais 
Gagllano; 13May60; DU50993. 

LIEBE IN TIROL; Operette in 3 Akten, 12 
Blldern von Peter Herz und Rudolf 
Weys. Muslk von Juan Delgada. Wien. 
Text only. © Edition Per Sandberg, 
Buhnenverlag G.M.B.H. ; 10Dec59; 
DFO-930. 

LIEUTENANT PROXY, a play in two acts by 
Joseph H. Neebe & Macklym Hartyl, 
paeud. of Thomas E. H. Black. © Jo- 
seph H. Neebe & Thomas E. H. Black; 
24Mar60; DU50682. 

THE LIFE OF ADAH, RUTH, ESTHER, MARTHA 
AND ELECTA- -THE FIVE RAYS OF THE STAR, 
in one act plays. Plays adapted and 
directed by Dolph Greenwood. © D. H. 
Greenwood; 3Jun60; DU51101. 

THE LIFE, THE LIE, a drama in 3 acts by 
Christopher Dunn. © Christopher Dunn; 
2Mar60; DU50566. 



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LIFE WITH AUNT LIN A, a domestic comedy 
In two acts by Rose Orleco. O Rose 
Orleco; SPeboO; D05O422. 

LIQHT IN THE DUST, a three-act comedy- 
drama by E. S. Cooper. O Bugene S. 
Cooper; 12May6}; DU50979. 

LIOHT ONE CANDLE, a play in two acts, 
seven scenes by Walter Koczera. 
C Walter J. Koczera; 7Kar60; DU50586. 

LIOHTS OP LIBERTY; screenplay by the 
Philadelphia Coiwinity Foundation. 
C Philadelphia Community Foundation, 
Inc.; 10Peb60; DU50476. 

LIKE PATHER, * comedy In three acta by 
Lowell Barrlngton. NK: revisions. 
© Lowell Barrlngton; 4May60; DU50940. 

LILLIPUTIAN OPERA MINIATURES IN LA 
TRAVIATA. 3S3 LOIS ALBRIGHT PRE- 
SENTS LILLIPUTIAN OPERA MINIATURES 
IN TRAVIATA - VERDI. 

THE LION'S MOUTH, a play In three acts 
by Martha Monlgle (Martha Monlgle 
Col lings) O Martha Monlgle; iJJun&O; 
DO? 1266. 

LISTEN WITH PUN; listen to Eric Portman, 
fun with Mary Jane and Eric. Dramatic 
recording acrlpt by Mary Jane Sloan- 
Koop. Peb. 6, I960. O Mary Jane 
Sloan-Koop; 24Peb60; C12768. 

A LITTLE BIT OP MAOIC, a play In two 
acts. Music by Llnia Ann Conway; 
scenario and lyrics by Carol Lola 
Klein. O Carol Lois Klein 4 Lin la Ann 
Conway; 27Jun60; DU51250. 

THE LITTLE ELF WHO COULDN'T, a tale pre- 
pared for oral delivery by Lucille 
Bliss. C Lucille Bliss; 7Mar60; 
C12798. 

A LITTLE LESS THAN HAPPINESS, a play In 
three acts by James Kamlna. O James 
Kamlns; 19May60; DU51027. 

THE LIVING IMAGE, a play In three acts 
by Arthur Slrcom. O Arthur Slrcom; 
llPeboO; DO&0451. 

LOIS ALBRIGHT PRESENTS LILLIPUTIAN OPERA 
MINIATURES IN LA TRAVIATA - VERDI; TV 
acrlpt by Lois Albright. Text only. 
C Lola Albright; 20Apr6O; C12956. 

LOLOTTE; Muslcalette In drel AJrten von 
Manfred Schott und Herbert Trantow. 
Muslk von Herbert Trantow. Reglebuch. 
Berlin. Appl. states prev. pub. as 
Kelner nimmt den Kaiser Ernst. NM: 
revisions. O Bote 4 Bock; 29Feb60; 
DF0-939. 

THE LONELY ROAD; screenplay In four acts 
by Eileen White. © Eileen B. White; 
l6May60; DV51004. 

THE LONESOME ROAD, a play In three acts 
by Philip King tc Robin Maugham (Robert 
Cecil Romer Maugham) London, 
S. French. (French's acting edition) 
© Philip King 4 Robin Maugham; 
22Dec59; DF1307. 

LONG, LONG AGO. (The tragedy of Mrs. 
Abraham Lincoln) A play In three acts 
by Edward R. Janjlglan. © Edward R. 
Janjlglan; 8Apr60; DP4019. 

LONG VOYAGE VERS LA NUIT; piece de 
Eugene O'Neill. Adaptee par Pol 
Quentin. (In Les oeuvres llbres. 
Paris. No. 165, p. 141-252) © Pol 
Quentln; lPeb60; DFO-946. 

LOOK AWAY.' LOOK AWAY! A dramatization 
in two acts baaed on events in the 
life of Daniel Decatur Emmett, pioneer 
American minstrel man and author of 
Dixie, by Ball P. Ilges. © Bull Paul 
Ilges; 9Feb60; DP3999. 



LOOT, a play In three scenes by Peter A. 
Dart. O Peter A. Dart; l6May60; 
DU51008. 

LORENZACCIO, a play in five acts by 
Alfred de Nusset. English version by 
Renaud C. Bruce. (In The modern thea- 
tre, vol.6, p. 1-93) © Renaud C. 
Bruce; }Mar60; DP3984. 

A LOSS OP ROSES, a new play In two acts 
by William Inge with a foreword by the 
author. Random House. Appl. states 
prev. pub. In Jan. i960 Issue of 
Esquire magazine. NM: new version 4 
foreword. O William Inge 4 Helen 
Connell; HApr60; DP4043. 

THE LOST CHILD; screenplay In thirty- 
five scenes by Colette Campbell 4 
Puzant Ouedlklan. O Colette Campbell 
4 Puzant Ouedlklan; l8May60; DU51017. 



THE LOST DEPARTMENT, a musical -comedy 
In three acts by Muaee A. Brahms, 
pseud, of Raymon W. Harpol. Text 
only. O Raymon W. Marpol; 7Mar60; 
D05O593. 

LOST ON DREAM STREET, a musical in two 
acts by Theodore G. Twltchell. Text 
only, o Theodore Grant Twltchell; 
26jan60; DU50357. 

LOST, STRAYED, OR STOLEN; recording 
script for the Oldsmoblle Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. C Oldsmoblle 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12937. 

THE LOST SUBMARINE; dramatic composition 
television play by Erwln Revay. 
C Erwln Revay; 8Peb60; DU50434. 

LOVE AND DEATH. SEE ERNEST HEMING- 
WAY'S SCENES OP LOVE AND DEATH. 

LOVE-CHASE, a play In three acts by 
Ruth Rehrer Wolff (Ruth Rehrer Wolff 
Bloom) O Ruth Rehrer Wolff; lPeb60; 
DU50395. 

THE LOVE COMPLEX, a comedy In three 
acts by Cella Plsher (Cecilia Ruth 
Plsher) © Cecilia Ruth Plsher; 
HJanoO; DU50247. 

LOVE IS NOT ALL, a play In three acts 
by Clement Fowler. C Clement D. 
Fowler; l6Mar60; DU50639- 



LOVE IS THE KEY THAT OPENS 
SEE DICK WHITTINOTON. 



EVERY DOOR. 



LOVE IS THE PAYOFF; musical play In 
three acts by Elliot Morse. Book, 
music, and lyrics by Elliot Morse. 
© Elliot Morse; 13Jun60; DU51153. 

LOVE ON A DIET, a comedy with music In 
three acts by Erleen Marquardt & Jean 
Holland. Lyrics by Erleen Marquardt; 
music by Ernest Johnson. Text only. 
© Erleen Marquardt & Ernest N. John- 
son; l8Mar60; DU50663. 

LOVE SLAVE, a new comedy in three acta 
by Leo Goldman. NM: revisions. © Leo 
Goldman; 31Mar60; DD50727. 

LOW POWER BROADCASTING— IS IT PRACTICAL- 
PROFITABLE? A talk by Gene Landau. 
© Gene E. Landau; 10Feb60; C12725. 

LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR. (The Lammermoor 
marriage) An opera in three acts. 
Adaptation in Engli3h by Robert A. 
Simon for music by Gaetano Donizetti. 
Based on the libretto by Salvatore 
Cammarano. The Cammarano libretto 
Is based on a Waverly novel by Sir 
Walter Scott: The bride of Lammermoor. 
Text only. © Robert A. Simon; 
19Feb60; DU50498. 



LUCKY AUTO LICENSE PROGRAM; radio script 
by William Uhr & Morris Boardman. 
© William Uhr 4 Morris Boardraan; 
22Jun60; C 13062. 

LUCKY PIERRE; script for a one hour film 
series for television by Sidney Slon 
4 Hal James. Episode no.l, Call el 
mory; episode no. 2, The corpse had 
four feet. © Hal James d.b.a. Tri- 
color Productions & Sidney Slon; 
13Jun60; DU51210. 

LUCKY PIERRE. SEE THE CORPSE HAD FOUR 

FFFT. 

LUCKY 'S NUMBER; screenplay by Bert L. 
Shepard. O Bert L. Shepard; l4Mar60; 
DU50619. 

LUKE'S BROTHERS. SEE DALTON ADVEN- 
TURES: LUKE'S BROTHERS. 

LUXURY UNLIMITED; reoordlng script for 
the Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12902. 

LYDIA, a play In three acts by Piers 
Powell, pseud, of Perclval Henry 
Powell. © Perclval Henry Powell; 
llJanoO; DU50400. 



M 



THE MC SYSTEM. SEE A SYSTEM FOR 
EFFECTIVE MANAGERIAL CONTROL OF 
MANUFACTURING. 

MCDONALD'S DRIVE-IN JINGLE. (McDonald's 
singing commercial) By Sydney D. Rich. 
© JNR Services; 5Jan60; C12662. 

MCDONALD'S SINOINO COMMERCIAL. SEE 
MCDONALD'S DRIVE-IN JTNOLE. 

MCOOOD RIDES AGAIN; scenario for a sound 
slldefllm for Cadillac Motor Car Divi- 
sion by Halg 4 Patterson, Inc. 
O Cadillac Motor Car Division, General 
Motors Corp; 25Mar60; C12850. 

MCQUFFREY RE-VISITED; script for a 
black and white sound motion picture 
In standard aperture, for the Good- 
year Tire & Rubber Company. Writer, 
David Welling. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
©Wilding, Inc.; HJan60; DU50331. 

MADAM EVALSEHT, a play in four scenes by 
Kurt Cerf. Text only. NM: revisions 
& additions. © Kurt Cerf; 9May60; 
DU50957 . 

MADAME DE ... a play in one act by Jean 
Anouilh. Based on a story by Louise 
de Vllmorln. Translated by John 
Whiting. Music by John Hotchkls. 
Book 4 lyrics only. London, 
S. French. (French's acting edition) 
© Jean Anouilh & John Whiting; 
31Dec59; DF1299. 

MADAME, JE VOUS AIME; comedie-vaudevllle 
en trols actes de Serge Veber. 
© Serge Veber; 15Jun60; DU51214. 

MADAME LAFAYETTE, a fictionalized bio- 
graphical play In three acts about 
Adrienne Lafayette, wife of General 
Gilbert Lafayette, by Catharine 
Hughes. Appl. authors: John Brendan 
Larnen & Thomas Fabian Carey . 
© Blackf riars ' Guild of New York, 
Inc.; 15Jan60; DU50271. 
MADAME L'ARCHIDUC; Operette in drel 
Akten. Muslk von Jacques Offenbach. 
Text nach Albert Mlllaud von Karl 
Kraus. Text only. Wlen. ■ © Universal 
Edition, A.G.; 12Sep32; DF1289. 
THE MAGIC CATTAIL. SEE THE UGLY TOAD. 
MAGIC-HOTEL; piece en trois actes de 
Georges de Tervagne. © Georges Dupont 
de Tervagne; 23Feb60; DU50530. 



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Jan.-June 



THE MAGIC MOUSE; screenplay by Robert 
Sturtevant. ©Robert Sturtevant; 
17May60; DU51009. 

THE MAGIC SLINGSHOT, a play in three 
acts by Hindi Brooks, pseud, of Hlnda 
Klelnmuntz. © Hindi Brooks; l4Mar60; 
DU50616. 

THE MAGNIFICENT CUCKOLD, a tragic farce 
In three acts by Fernand Crommelynck. 
English version, translation, by 
G. Roy Levin. NM: revisions. 
© G. Roy Levin; 12May60; DU51016. 

THE MAISON DE SHINE. SEE A BOTTLE AN' 
A BIRD. 

MAJOR PAULINE, an original historical 
teleplay for an hour and a half pro- 
duction by Leslie Watson. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Leslie Watson; 
10Jun60; DU^lltO. 

MAKE kACH DAY PAY ITS WAY.' Recording 
script for the Oldsmoblle Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. © Oldsmoblle 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12939. 

MAKE ME USEFUL; film script by Pure Oil 
Co. Writer: John Davenport. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. © Pure Oil Co.; 8Jan60; C12666. 

MAKE WAY FOR MAGGIE; A screenplay by 
Arthur P. Carter. © Arthur P. Car- 
ter; l8Feb60; DU50496. 

LE MALEFICE: LA REINE D'ENDOR. SEE 
THE VEKEFICE: THE QUEEN OF ENDOR. 

MALHEUR A EUX; piece en 4 actes et 5 
tableaux de Colette Nolrot. © Colette 
Noirot; l4Mar60; DU50706. 

MALLARD RETIRES, a melodrama in three 
acts by Charles Fue. Brock & Wallston. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1950, DU22715. 
6 Charles Fue; l4jan60; DP3947. 

MAWA'S BOARDING HOUSE. SEE TENA . 

A MAN BEARING A PITCHER, a drama In 
three acts by Alice Childres3. 

Alice Childress; 7Mar60; DU50589. 

THE MAN BEHIND THE MASK; recording 
script for the Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 
3 Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12911. 

MAN BETTER MAN, a romantic folk comedy 
of the Caribbean with music and dance 
by Errol Hill. Text only. © Errol 
Gaston Hill; 15Feb60; DU50459. 

MAN FROM BEYOND, a television series by 
Jack Winters. Episode 1: The silver 
chord. © Jack Winters; I4jan60; 
DU50264. 

A MAN FROM MAIN STREET, a play by Don 
Hlpschraan. © Don Hlpschman; 2Jun60; 
DU51092. 

MAN IN THE RIVER. SEE THE DALTONS 
RODE FOR JUDGE PARKER: DALTON OUT- 
LAWS. 

KAN IN THE RIVER. SEE THE DALTONS 
RODE FOR JUDGE PARKER: KAN IN THE 
RIVER. 

A MAN OF DISTINCTION. (Eln besserer 
Herr) A comedy in three acta by 
Walter Hasenc lever. American adapta- 
tion by Louis S. Bardoly. © Louis S. 
Bardoly; 15Apr60; DU50830. 

A MAN OF DISTINCTION. (Eln besserer 
Herr) A comedy in three acts by 
Walter Hasenclever. American adapta- 
tion by Louis S. Bardoly. NM: revi- 
sions & additions. © Louis S. 
Bardoly; 25Apr60; DU50860. 



MAN OF THE YEAR, a play In three acts by 
James 0. Holley. © James 0. Holley; 
5Jul60; DU51275- 

MAN OVERBOARD: A comedy -mystery in 

three acts by Felicia Metcalfe. © Art 
Craft Play Co.; 15Jan60; DP3963. 

THE MAN WHO COURTED JANUARY, a one -act 
play by Richard W. Harrl3. © Richard 
W. Harris; 6jan60; DU50223. 

THE MAN WHO SET FIRE TO A LADY, by 
Eugene Labiche. English version by 
Fred Partridge. (The TDR play series) 
(In The Tulane drama review, Dec. 
1959, V.lkS, etc.) ©Fred Partridge; 
lNov59; BB1 31+29. 

A MAN WITH MUSIC ON HIS MIND, a play in 
three acts by Marl Tumah, pseud, of 
Dorothy Z. Johnson. Text only. 
© Dorothy Z. Johnson; 20Jan60; 
DU50303. 

THE MANAGEMENT OF THE INSOMNIAC, by Max 
S. Sadove. © Clba Pharmaceutical 
Products, Inc.; 17Jun60; C13057. 

MANAGEMENT'S SELF-INFLICTED WOUNDS, an 
original lecture by Charles F. Austin. 
Appl. states prev. pub. In Army maga- 
zine, Apr. 1959. NM: additions. 
© Charles F. Austin; 10May60; C12964. 

MANDLNGO, a play In three acts by Jack 
Klrkland. Ba3ed on the novel by 
Kyle Onstott. © Jack Klrkland; 
lMarbO; DU50558. 

MANDY; play for television by Ray 

Slpherd (Raymond D. Slpherd) © Ray- 
mond D. Slpherd; 21Apr60; DU50851. 

MARCH ON THE DOCK, a play with music by 
Charles Frlnk. NM: revisions and 
additions. © Charles W. Frlnk; 
19Jan59; DU50298. 

MARCHING ORDERS, a play in one act by 
Anna B. Hogan. © juina B. Hogan; 
2May60; DU50923. 

MARK MICHAEL IS THIRTEEN, an original 
cantata. Book & lyrics by Norman 
Finson; music by Burton Wolfe. 
Directed & air. by Saul Melsels. 
© Norman Finson & Burton Wolfe; 
13Jan60; DU50261. 

MARK OF THE CARPENTER, a biblical drama 
for Easter by Alberta Hawse. 
© Llllenas Pub. Co., a registered 
trade name of the Nazarene Pub. 
House; 5Jan60; DP3949. 

MARKET MAGIC Recording script for the 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. © Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; 2May60; 
C12907. 

THE MARRIAGE BUREAU, a comedy In three 
acts by Gordon Shomaker. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Gordon Shomaker; 
27Jun60; DU51244. 

THE MARRIAGE EQUATION. SEE TWO DAMN 

THINGS AFTER EACH OTHER. 
THE MARRIED SPINSTER; screenplay in 
three acts by Cal Loiacono. © Cal 
Lolacono; 2Mar60; DU50568. 

THE MARSHALL CASE, a play in three acts 
by Bonlta Lawrence, pseud, of John W. 
Rumsey. © John W. Rumsey; 5Apr60; 
DU50742. 

MARY MAGDALENE, a dramatlco-muslcal com- 
position for drama and dance. Script 
written and dramatized by Iovanna 
Lloyd Wright. Based on the story The 
procurator of Judea by Anatole France, 
pseud, of Jacques Anatole Thlbault. 



Music composed by Olglvanna Lloyd 
Wright, arranged and orchestrated by 
Bruce Brooks Pfelffer. © Olglvanna 
Lloyd Wright; l6jun60; DU51175. 

MARY STUART; libretto for an opera in 
three acts. Freely adapted by Robert 
Ackart from sections of the tragedy by 
Frledrich Schiller and from contempo- 
rary accounts of the Queen's trial and 
execution. © Robert Ackart; 4Apr60; 
DU50735. 

MARY'S BIG LAMB, a farce in three acts 
by Jay Tobias. (Drama Guild plays) 
© Drama Guild Publishers; 15JanbO; 
DP3951. 

MASCARIN; piece en trois actes de Jose 
Andre Lacour. (In Les oeuvres libres, 
no. 162. Parl3. p. 163-254) © Jose 
Andre Lacour; 1Nov59; DF0-921. 

THE MASQUE and THE BEATNIKS, two one- 
»ct musical comedies for blackout 
presentations by Joy Gilbert. Text 
only. © Joy Gilbert; 26Jan60; 
DU5035'*. 

MATCHES ARE NOT FOR CHILDREN, a play in 
three acts by Bryan Ward. © Bryan 
Ward; 12Jan60; DU50253. 

A MATTER OF IMPORTANCE, a play in three 
acts, four scenes by Leonard Turk. 
© Leonard Turk; lMar60; DU50554. 

MATTRESS CAPERS, a play In two acts by 
Lillian Burak. © Lillian Burak; 
2May60; DU50983. 

THE MAYOR AND THE MAORI. SEE IOLANTHI . 

ME AND ELMER; monolog by Peter Kilhara. 
© Peter Kllham; 28Dec59; C12646. 

ME AND THEE, a new comedy in three acts 
by Charles Horlne. NM: revisions. 
© Charles Horlne; 23May60; DU51037. 

MEASLES AND THE TOY CHEST, an original 
operetta by Shirley Joslin Kllpper. 
© Shirley Joslin Kllpper; HFeb60; 
DU50467 . 

MEASURE FOR MEASURE. 
PLEASURE. 



SEE MEASURE FOR 



MEASURE FOR PLEASURE, a musical play In 
two acts. Remotely derived from 
Shakespeare's Measure for measure. 
Book and lyrics by Harvey Marash, 
pseud, of Harvey A. Harvey. Music by 
Claude Hope, pseud, of Neal Hemachan- 
dra. Based on an Idea by Steve 
Chandler. Text only. © Harvey A. 
Harvey & Neal Hemachandra; l4jun60; 
DU51225. 

MEDEA. SEE DTE TROERINNEN; MEDEA. 

THE MELTING POT, a comedy in four parts 
(two acts) by Eugen Reichbach. 
© Eugen Reichbach; lOFebbO; DU50442. 

MERCHANDISING IN ACTION--WITH DISPLAY; 
recording script for Wheeling Steel 
Corp. by Jam Handy Organization. 
© Wheeling Steel Corp.; 2May60; C12889. 

MERELY MAN, by Peter Lawrence, pseud, 
of Albert McMackin, and Burton Olln. 
A musical adaptation of George Ber- 
nard Shaw's Caesar and Cleopatra In 
three acts. © Burton Olln & Albert 
McMackin; 23Feb60; DU50515. 

MERIDIANA; commedia In tre atti di 
Giuseppe Luongo. (In Rldotto. 
Venezla. Nov. 1959, p. 19-41) 
© Giuseppe Luongo; 15Nov59; DF1326. 

MERRIE OLDE NEW ENGLAND, a new musical 
comedy in two acts. Book by Many a S. 
Ungar. Music and lyrics by Harry F. 
Ungar (Skip Ungar) © Harry F. Ungar 
& Many a S. Ungar; 10Feb60; DU50445. 






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THE KERRY BUDS OP LOVE, a play In two 
acta by Ben Dubner. O Ben Dubner; 
-toO; DU5:- 

THB MESSAGE OP A SO*0, an Eaater play In 
three acta by Thurlene Perkins Singer. 
O Rodehearer Co.; llHaroO; DP3991. 

* HE--' ' EGB 

LE- 



SS! "00D- 



A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
LAND DREAMS. 

KIGHT OVER MAN, a lecture with resume 
by P. M. Degenkolb. O P. M. Degen- 
kolb; 23PebbO; C12751. 

DER MIKADO; Oder, Eln toller Tag In 
Tltlpu. Operette In zwel Akten. 
Text von V. S. Gilbert. Muslk von 
Arthur Sullivan. Ubersetzung von 
Otto Erich Deutsch. Text only. 
Koln, Bosworth. MM: new German trans- 
lation, c Otto Erich Deutsch; 
22Dec59; DPO-925. 

THE MILL RATS, a play in three acts by 
Rene Metzemaekers. C Rene 
Metzeaaekers; 13May60; DU51122. 

A MILLION POR A SMILE, a three act 
comedy by A. Safronov. Translated 
from the Russian by Oala Solovleva. 
C Gala Solovleva; 20Jun60; DU51207. 

THE MDISTREL OP DIBBLEDOWN, a play with 
music for and with children in one 
act by Sylvia Clrone. Text only. 
O Sylvia Clrone; 2May60; DU50984. 

MIRACLE AT DAWN, an Eaater pageant In 
one scene by Pred T. Gllley. O Rode- 
heaver Co.; llXaroO; DP3992. 

A MIRACLE POR CHANUKO, a play with 
music In two acts, by Helen Pine. 
O Union of American Hebrew Congrega- 
tions; 14Nov59; DP3925. 

MIRACLE FOR MRS. MONCARTTI, a play In 
one act by Zan Skolnlck. C Zan 
Skolnlck; 3Jun60; DU51103. 

THE MIRACLE OF GUADALUPE; story and 
screenplay by James O'Hanlon. Appl. 
author: Jerry Fairbanks. Jerry 
Fairbanks Productions of California; 
30JUn60; DU51265. 

THE MIRACLE OF THE CROSS. SEE IL 
MIRACOLO DELIA CROCE. 

IL MIRACOLO DELIA CROCE. (The miracle 
of the cross) Melodramma In 2 attl dl 
Joseph D'Anna (Giuseppe D'Anna) 
C Joseph D'Anna; l6May60; DU51058. 

MIRANDA ATTENDS AN OPERA; monologue by 
M. Frances Sherar. © Marguerite 
Frances Sherar; 5Jul60; C13072. 

MISS JULIE, a naturalistic tragedy In 
one act by August Strlndberg. Trans- 
lated from the Swedish by Arvld 
Paulson. © Arvld Paulson; 19Jan50; 
DU50297. 

MISS POTENTIAL, a play In three acts by 
Joseph Edward MeGovern. © Cella Belle 
0111 MeGovern; lMar60; DP3990. 

MR. CLOWN, a drama In 3 acts by Robert 
M. Hammond. © Robert M. Hammond; 
8jan60; DU50238. 

MISTER DETECTIVE; pilot script of a new 
television series by Philip M. Freed- 
man. B Philip Morris Freedman; 
22Jun60; DU51233. 

MR. GILDAY'S INVENTION, a comedy in 
three acts by Harry P. Bailey. 
© Harry P. Bailey; l6May60; DU51003. 



MR. K1KBER. (Hand und Puss) Elne 
Beobachtung von James Chellyson, 
pseud, of Hans HSmberg. Aus dem 
Engllschen Ubertragen von Walter Q. 
Hardenberg, pseud, of Hans Romberg. 
Wiesbaden. O Ahn 4 Slmrock, BUhnen- 
und Muslkverlag; lMar60; DFO-938. 

MR. MOON, OUR NIGHT WATCHMAN, by Mary C. 
Shannon 4 Jane L. Dawson. © Mary C. 
Shannon 4 Jane L. Dawson; 16. 
C1J5041. 

MISTER WIBBEL GOES TO JAIL, a musical 
comedy In two acts by Kurt Breuer 4 
Henry Marx. Adapted from a play by 
Hans Muller-Schlosser. Text only. 
© Henry Marx 4 Kurt Breuer; 2«Mar60; 
DU50711. 

THE MISTRESS OP MISTERLY CASTLE, a 
comedy In three acts by Esther Beeby. 
O Esther Beeby; ISAproO; DU50828. 

MRS. PARKER'S PORTRAIT, a one-act play 
for women by Jane Toy Coolldge. 
(Baker's royalty plays) c Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 5Jan60; DP3968. 

MRS. WILTON'S PRIENDS, a one-act play 
for women by Marjorle Beech. London, 
H. F. W. Deane. (Deane's series of 
Plays) o Marjorle Beech (Marjorle 
Chambers); 24Sep59; DPI285. 

MOBY DICK; or. The white whale, by 
Herman Melville. Arranged for solo 
performance In two parts by Philip 
Hanson. C Philip Hanson; 4Apr60; 
DU50793. 

THE MODERN CONCEPT FOR APPLYING WORK 
PRINCIPLES. SEE VORK DESIGN: THE 
MODERN CONCEPT POR APPLYING WORK 
PRINCIPLES. 

THE MODERN THEATRE. Vol.6. Five plays: 
Lorenzacclo, Spring's awakening, The 
underpants, A social success, The mea- 
sures taken. Edited by Eric Bentley. 
Doubleday. (A Doubleday anchor book) 
© Eric Bentley; 3Mar60; DP3986. 

THE HOBBY PRINTER. SEE THE INVENTOR: 
THE MONEY PRINTER. 

THE HONEY TREE, a play In three acts by 
Erwln Pally. O Erwln Pally; IPeboO; 
DU5039t. 

THE MONEYLENDER, a play in three acts 
by Fernando Josseau. Translated by 
Harold Kalant. Appl author: Fernando 
Josseau, employer for hire. © Fernan- 
do Josseau; 3Jun60; DU51230. 

MONSIEUR IL; de Georges Neveux. Reali- 
sation: Rene Wllmet. ©Georges Neveux; 
29Dec59; DU50257. 

MONSIEUR PAUL, a musical play in two 
acts based on a unique and colorful 
epl3ode in the life of the lusty and 
tempestuous French artist, Paul Gau- 
guin, by Hal Bond. © Hal Bond; 
llJanoO; DU50477. 

THE MONTGOMERY BOYCOTT: AN ANALYTICAL 
APPROACH; talk by Waldo B. Phillips. 
© Waldo B. Phillips; 12Apr60; C12843. 

THE MOONLIGHT OASIS, a play in 3 acts 
by Bernard Sabath. © Bernard Sabath; 
26jan6o; DU50355. 

MOONSHINE & CHEESECAKE, a blushing 
farce-comedy in three acts by Eddie 
LeRoy. © Eddie LeRoy; 2"VMar60; 
DU50684. 

MOOT PLAYS, by Pierre Corneille. 

Translated into English blank verse 
with introductions by Lacy Lockert. 
Vanderbilt University Press. © Lacy 
Lockert; 10Dec59; A1*22U29. 



MORE THAN LOVE, a play In three acts by 
Washington Rikon, pseud, of Irving 
Rikon. © Irving Rikon; SJanoO; DU50219. 

A MORNING IN HELL, a dramatic play in 
three acts by William M. Ashby. 
© William M. Aahby; 12Apr60; DU50789. 

MOSES-SOCRATES-CHRIST, a dramatic tril- 
ogy by August Strlndberg. Translated 
from the Swedish by Arvld Paulson. 
© Arvld Paulson; 29Apr60; DU50883. 

THE MOTHER CHURCH IN ACTION; German 
translation of the original narration 
script, by the Christian Science 
Board of Directors of the Mother 
Church, the First Church of Chri3t, 
Scientist. NM: translation. © Chris- 
tian Science Board of Directors of 
the Mother Church, the First Church of 
Christ, Scientist in Boston, Massachu- 
setts; HJan60; C1266 1 *. 

THE MOTHER CHURCH IN ACTION; Spanish 
translation of the original narration 
script, by the Christian Science 
Board of Directors of the Mother 
Church, the First Church of Christ, 
Scientist. NM: translation. © Chris- 
tian Science Board of Directors of 
the Mother Church, the First Church of 
Christ, Scientist in Boston, Massachu- 
setts; HJan60; C12665. 



THE MOTHER CHURCH III ACTION. 
L'B.;LISE MERE A L'OEUVRE. 



SEE 



MOTHER WAS IN THE MASSAGE BUSINESS, a 
play In three acts by Harvey Miller. 
© Harvey Miller; 23May60; DU51031. 

MOUCHA, a play In two acts based on the 
life and times of Marie Bashkirtseff 
by LeRoma Eshbach Greth. 3 LeRona 
Eshbach Greth; 9Mar60; DU50603. 

THE MOUNTAIN FLOCK, a play in three acts 
by George Graveley, pseud, of George 
Graveley Edwards. St. Albans, Eng., 
Campfleld Press. © George Graveley; 
4Apr60; DFO-937. 

MOUNTAIN MAN, I; script for a screen- 
play by Robert M. Weigle & Gyneth M. 
Waldron. © Robert M. Weigle & Gyneth 
M. Waldron; lFeb60; DU50t02. 

THE MOURNING LINE; play in three acts by 
Richard B. Boyd. © Richard Howard 
Benton Boyd; 26Feb60; DU50552. 

MOUSSELINE; comedle en 4 actes de Louis 
Velle. © Louis Velle; 25Jan60; 
DU50417. 

MOZART'S DON GIOVANNI; adapted for Jun- 
ior high school presentation. Trans- 
lation of libretto and abridgement of 
score by Norman Phillips. © Norman 
Phillips; 19Apr60; DU50926. 

M'SIEUR BOBO OF PARIS; or, Dog on a 
cold stone step, a play in three acts 
and nine scenes by Jules S. Taylor 8c 
William Chapman. © Jules S. Taylor 
& William Chapman; 20Jan60; DU50301. 

MULE TRAIN; story & teleplay by Dehl 

Berti. © Dehl Bertl; 19May60; DU51021. 

THE MULTITUDE, a play in four scenes by 
T. C. Upham. © Thomas Carlton Upham; 
29Feb60; DU505^9. 

LA MURAILLE LIQUIDE. SEE REFUftEE. 

MURDER AT BEDTIME, a play in two acts by 
Rosemary Casey. © Rosemary Casey; 
l6Mar60; DU50635. 

MURDER BELOW ZERO; screenplay by Walter 
Brooke. © Walter Brooke; 26Apr60; 
DU50879. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



MURDER ON ARRIVAL, a play In three acts 
by George Batson. English version by 
Peter Hoar & Oawn Grainger. London, 
S. French. (French' 3 acting edition) 
Prev. reg. as Brook hollow, 1958- NM: 
revisions. © George Batson; 23Feb60; 
DP4045. 

MURDER ON THEIR BRAIN; screenplay by 
Harry Mantel. © Harry Mantel; 2May60; 
DU50919. 

THE MURDERER. SEE THIS NATION UNDER 
OOD, 2. 

THE MUSIC OF MISTER MUNDY, an original 
3tory and teleplay In three acts by 
James T. McGinn. © Henry A. Kalchelm 
& James T. McGinn; 26May60; DU51195- 

MY DEAREST LOVE, a play In three acts 
by Miriam Lang. © Miriam Lang; 
27Nov59; DU50196. 

MY FATHER'S SON, a two act drama by 
Charles A. Watson. © Charles A. 
Watson; 6Apr60; DU50751. 

MY LAST DUCHESS, a play In three acts 
by Benjamin Hanft. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Big Napoleon, l4Mar55, 
DU39310. NM: revisions. © Benjamin 
Hanft; 22Jan60; DU50322. 

MY SISTER, MY SPOUSE. (Ablmelech fed) 
A sacred comedy In two acts by Donald 
Sutherland. © Donald Sutherland; 
8Mar60; DU50602. 

MY SON, SORDE'. SEE BEHOLD, MY SON! 

MY VISIT TO THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL, WASH- 
INGTON, D. C.j a talk by Marie Porker. 
Marie Forker; 29Feb60; C12763. 

THE MYSTERIOUS STRANGERS, a play with 
music In three acts by Mary E. Win- 
chester. © Mary E. Winchester & Hugo 
Norden; 20May60; DU51028. 

MYSTERY OF THE INDIAN BALL; historical 
play In two acts by Paula Dcard Dye. 
© Paula Ikard Dye; 21Mar60; DU50669. 



N 



THE NAKED CUTS, a screenplay by Norman 
Budd. © Norman Budd; 26Apr60; DU50881. 

NAKED TO LAUGHTER, a play In three acts 
by Joseph Felnsteln. © Joseph Feln- 
steln; 27Apr60; DU50907. 

THE NAME GAME, a comedy In three acts by 
Joe Roubal (Joseph H. Roubal) 
© Joseph H. Roubal; 5May60; DU50943. 

NAMING THE BABY, a play In 1 act by 
Mary Carroll Gore. © Mary Carroll 
Gore; 25Jan60; DU50339. 

NAPOLEON IN NEW ORLEANS, von Georg 
Kaiser. In German. © Felix Bloch 
Erben; HApr60; DU50807. 

NARCISSUS, a two-act drama-fantasy by 
Duane E. Shaver. © Duane E. Shaver; 
6May60; DU50950. 

A NATCHEZ SEANCE, or, The return of a 
rebel mother. Recording script by 
Neva F. Thompson. © Neva F. Thompson; 
30Dec59; 01261*7. 

THE NATIVE TONGUE OF LONELINESS, a play 
In three acts by Alexander Gotfryd & 
Robert Herron. © Alexander Gotfryd & 
Robert Herron; 15Jun60; DU51156. 

LES NEGRES. SEE THE BLACKS: A CLOWN 
SHOW. 

NELA, una pellcula. Argumento por Lulsa 
Acero; muslca por Ellsa Bentabol. 
Adaptaclon y gulon technico por Charl 
Ebol, pseud, de Ellsa Bentabol San- 
chez. Text only. © Ellsa Bentabol 
Sanchez & Lulsa Acero Nuevo; 2May60: 
DU50985. 



A NEST OF SCORPIONS, a light comedy in 
three acts by Ray Parry. London, 
S. French. (French's acting edition) 
© Ray Parry; 8Dee59; DF1294. 

NEVADA LEGEND, a musical play in one 
act. Music by Jerry Hoxton; book & 
lyrics by Vincent Brann. © Jerry 
Hoxton & Vincent Brann; 8jan60; 
DU50236 . 

NEVER MURDER YOUR FATHER, YOU'LL ALWAYS 
GET SHOT IN THE END. SEE BROTHER 
AGAINST BROTHER. 

NEVER SAY LOVE YOU, a new play in two 
acts by E. R. Armstrong. © Edwin Ross 
Armstrong; l6May60; DU50998. 

THE NEW FRONTIER, by Kerralt Hunter. 

© Board of Education, the Methodist 

Church; HNov59; AU31395. 
THE NEW LAND. SEE THE GAUCHO. 

A NEW PHILOSOPHY; lecture by Leslie L. 
Erdos. © Leslie L. Erdos; 4Apr60; 
C12826. 

THE NEW POWER OF RADIO BROADCASTING, 
a one -act play by Dan Kalenak. © Dan 
Kalenak; 22Jan60; C12680. 

NEW SAVINGS IN POLE INSPECTION AND MAIN- 
TENANCE; color sound slidefilm script 
prepared for the Dow Chemical Co. 
Writer: Dayton Closser. Appl. au- 
thor: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; Iljan60; 
C12694 . 

A NEW START, a play in three acts by 
Clarence Walter Lange. © Clarence 
Walter Lange; 22Jan60; DU50321. 

THE NEW UNIFORM, a play In three acts by 
Marlon A. McGuire. © Marion A. 
McGuire; 8jun60; DU51128. 

NEXT TO GODLINESS, a play In three acts 
by Al Sugg. © Al Sugg; Uun60; 
DU51090. 

NIEMCY; sztuka w 3 aktach, by Leon 
Kruczkowski. Warszawa. (Biblioteka 
szkolna) © Panstwowy Instytut 
Wydawniczy; 28FebS8; AF1758S. 

NIGHT; monologue by Johnny Gunn. 

6 M. Wltmark & Sons; 19Feb60; C12777. 

THE NIGHT IN PARIS, a new comedy in 
three acts by W. C. Kelly. Appl. 
states prev. reg. DU48854. NM: re- 
visions. © W. C. Kelly; HFeb60; 
DU50450. 



THE NIGHT OF CHARLIE FURST, a play In 
two acts by Conrad Josephs, pseud, of 
Conrad Bromberg. © Conrad Josephs; 
21Jun60; DU51211. 

NIGHT OF THE KEY; original screenplay by 
Harold Ross. © Harold Ross; 15Jun60; 
DU51161. 

NIGHTMARE. SEE DRESS REHEARSAL. 
NINE MILES TO NOON, an original story 
and screenplay by Herbert J. Leder. 
© Herbert J. Leder; 2Jun60; DU51095. 

I960 ELECTRIC RANGE COMPARISON; script 
for a black and white sound slidefilm 
on competitive comparison of electric 
ranges for Frlgldalre Division, Gener- 
al Motors Corp. Writer, David C. 
Welling. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
23Mar60; C12817. 

1960 FORECAST: BANNER YEAR FOR DIS- 
HONESTY. SEE THE BILLION DOLLAR 
PAYOLA. 

1961 DISHWASHERS AND PROGRAM. SEE 
SUBJECT: 1961 DISHWASHERS AND 
PROGRAM. 



I960 REFRIGERATOR COMPETITIVE COMPARI- 
SON (TWO-DOOR); script for a black and 
white sound slide film comparing com- 
petitive refrigerators prepared for 
Frlgldalre Division, General Motors 
Corp. Writer, David C. Welling. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 23Mar60; 
C12816. 

NO CORNER IN HEAVEN, a play in two acts 
by Joseph Caruso, Jr. © Joseph George 
Caruso, Jr.; 3Jun60; DU51099. 

NO CORNER TO HIDE IN, a reader's theatre 
script by Jeff Jones, pseud, of George 
W. Jones. © Jeff Jones; 3Jan60; 
DP 397 6. 

NO HELP FROM HEAVEN, a play in two parts 
by Maurice Kurtz. A modern American 
version of Balzac's novel Le pere 
Goriot. © Maurice Kurtz; l6jun60; 
DU51168. 

NO MAN'S LAND; script for a series of 
television programs by Wolf Enter- 
prises. First program. © Wolf Enter- 
prises, Inc.; 6Apr§0; DU50988. 

NO RESPECT. SEE SWAP THE KNOW-HOW 
PROGRAM, NO RESPECT. 

NO STRENGTH IN TEARS, a drama for 
television In three acts by Curt 
Herring (Curtis C. Herring) © Curtis 
C. Herring; 22Jan60; DU50324. 

NOAH'S ARK, a serial of four half an 

hour TV network play3 adapted from. . . 

play by Akos Ludasy. © Ak03 Ludasy; 
2Mar60; DU50634. 

NOAH'S ARK, a 2 act play by Akos Ludasy. 
© Ak6s Ludasy; 2Mar60; DU50632. 

NOAH'S ARK, a two act stage play in 
eight scenes by Ako3 Ludasy. Flood 
age and cavemen version. © Akos 
Ludasy; 2Mar60; DU5O633. 

NOBODY KNOWS HOW BARLEY GROWS, a comedy 
in three acts by Louis Lantz. From a 
story by John Morrin. © Louis Lantz; 
29Mar60; DU50719. 

LA NOCHE TIENE SU FIN; argumento por 
Henri Grundman. Madrid, Copias 
Tudela. © Henri Grundman; 20Jan6O; 
DFO-929. 

NON-SENSE; screenplay by Glancarlo Lul. 
© Barbara Lui; 3May60; DU50930. 

THE NOOSE HANGS HIGH, a sound slidefilm 
scenario for Cadillac Motor Car Divi- 
sion by Haig & Patterson, Inc. 
© Cadillac Motor Car Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 25Mar60; C12849. 
THE NOOSE TIGHTENS. SEE HALULA'A 
MIT'EADEKET. 

NOT FAR FROM THE TREE, a play in three 
acts by Mllburn Smith. © Milbum 
David Smith, Jr.; 5Feb60; DU50419. 

NOT IN OUR STARS, a play in three acts 
by Leonard Lee. © Leonard Lee; 
20Apr60; DU50847. 

UNE NUIT PAS COMME LES AUTRES; piece en 
trols actes de Colette Nolrot. 
© Colette Nolrot; l4Mar60; DU50705. 



o 



EERE AFFOGARE; commedia in un atto, 
di Leo di Castelnovo (Leopoldo Pulle ) 
Adapted & edited by Emillo Goggio. 
(The Heath graded Italian readers, 
book 6) © D. C. Heath & Co.; 
17Peb60; AI4.363U.9 . 

OBSERVATIONS AND PROPOSALS RELATIVE TO 
AN EXTENSION OF USAGE OF LIQUID SOAP; 
prepared for oral delivery to offi- 






CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



23 



la and/or representatives of drug, 
chemical, cosmetic, soap companies 
and other Interested groups by Harry 
Orabatald. c Harry Orabatald; 5Peb60; 

•17. 

OBSERVATIONS AND PROPOSALS RELATIVE TO 
RECTAL SUPPOSITORY THERAPY FOR THE 
COMMON COLD IN CHILDREN; prepared for 
oral delivery to officials and/or 
representatives of drug, chemical and 
pharmaceutical companies and other 
Interested groups by Harry Qrabstald. 
u Harry Orabatald; 28jan60; C12697. 

OBSERVATIONS AND PROPOSALS RELATIVE TO 
THE MANUFACTURE OF COLA AND OTHER SOFT 
DRINKS SPECIFICALLY FOR CHILDREN; pre- 
pared for oral delivery to officials 
and/or representatives of soft drink 
and/or bottling companies, and other 
Interested groups by Harry Orabstald. 
O Harry Orabatald; 9Mar60; C12801. 

OCHO WNIATURAS; estampas llrlcas 
nales de Manuel Benltez Carraaco s 
others. Mualca de F. Merenclano 
Bosch. Text only. O Manuel Benltez 
Carraaco, Andres Molina Moles, Antonio 
Garcia Fernandez 4 Manuel 3arcla 
Fernandez; 26Peb60; D05O581. 

OF KINDRED MINDS, a play In three acts 
by Robert Charles, pseud, of Robert 
Charles Lee. O Robert Charles; 
23jun60; DU51251. 

OPTEN BROKE, BUT NEVER POOR; monologue 
by Johnny Drake. C Sherman Music Co.; 
»Apr60; 0129*9. 

OH DAD, POOR DAD, MOMMA'S HUNG YOU IN 
THE CLOSET AND I'M FEE UN ' SO SAD, 
a pseudo-classical tragl-farce In a 
bastard French tradition In one aot 
by Arthur L. Koplt. O Arthur Lee 
Koplt; 25Jan60; DU50335. 

OIL FROM THE 0R0UND UP; recording script 
for the Chevrolet Motor Dlvlalon by 
jam Handy Organization. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12917. 

OLD CARS- -NEW BUSINESS; recording script 
for the Oldsmoblle Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. O Oldsmoblle 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12882. 

OLD ERIE DAYS, a musical play In three 
acts by Barbara May Laurer. Text 
only. O Barbara May Laurer; IMaroO; 
DU50560. 



THE OLD PHILOSOPHER; rug cleaning 
commercials prepared by the Randall 
Co. Appl. authors: Steven Soulos 4 
John Leavltt. © Randall Co.; 15Jun60; 
C13037 . 

OLD SULTAN, a play with music In eight 
scenes based on Grimm's fairy tales. 
Adapted by Ruth Lipscomb. © Ruth 
Lipscomb; 13Jun60; DU51174. 

OLIKPIA. SEE THE BCBO. 

OMNIBUS, a play In three acts by Peter 
Hllty. © Peter Daniel Hllty; IDec59; 
DP39*8. 

ON A DULL SUNDAY ZEUS CREATED MAN, a 
play In three acts by Leon Wltten. 
© Leon Wltten; 23May60; DU51038. 

ON COURSE, ON THE GLIDE PATH; no. 7001 
recording script by Aero -Progress, 
Inc. © Aero -Progress, Inc.; 4Apr60; 
C12827. 

05 S'ABERA DEDANS LA TOMBE. SEE 
SPITE OF THE DEVTL. 

ON THE PENCE, a monologue by Bill Radd, 
pseud, of Blllie Radllff . © Bill 
Radd; 7Mar60; C12800. 



ON THE HOOK, a play In three acts by 
Franklin Case. © Franklin D. Case; 
27Apr60; DU50886. 



ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TRACKS; play 
la three acts by Virginia R. White 
(Mrs. Almon T. White) Virginia R. 
White; 7Dec59; DU50369. 

ON YOUR OWN FEET, a comedy In one act 
by Mildred Hark k Noel McQueen. 
Appl. author: Walter H. Baker Co., 
employer for hire, a Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 29Jan60; DP3958. 

ONCE ROUND ON THE SPIRAL, a play In 
three aots by Charles Edwin Anderson. 
© Charles Edwin Anderson; 7Jan60; 
DU50234. 

ONE, CALLED JUDAS. (Un, nomine Judas) 
A play In three acts by Claude Andre 
Puget k Pierre Boat. English text by 
Jane Hlnton (Jane Hlnton Gates) 
O Jane Hlnton Oates; 19PebcO; DU50544. 

ONE DOLLAR TICKETS: AN ADJUSTABLE, IN 
TRADE, ADVERTISING PROMOTION. Tele- 
vision commercial script no. 7 by 
Harold Fred Hughes, o Harold Fred 
Hughes; 23Peb60; C127»7. 

ONE POOT IN PARADISO, a comedy In 2 acts 
by Tony Buttltta (Anthony Buttltta) 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Carlsslma 
In 1955. NM: revisions. O Anthony 
Buttltta; 4Apr60; DU50733. 

ONE POR THE MONEY, a mystery comedy In 
three acts by Jessie Clough (Mrs. 
Bumell Clough) o Jessie Clough; 
15Peb60; DU50*70. 

ONE GAY SUMMER (AND AFTER) A play In 
two acts, six scenes and one set by 
Philip Harding Jordan. © Philip H. 
Jordan; 15Jun60; DU5H60. 

ONE MORE WALTZ, a play In three acts by 
Isabella Davis. O Isabella Davis; 
l6jun60; DU51169. 

ONE OP PHARAOH'S LEAN CATTLE, a play In 
two acts by D. C. Pitch. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Start as a child, 
3Sep54, DU37804. NM: revisions. 
© David Charles Fitch; 12May60; 
DU50973. 

ONE THIN THREAD, a play In one act by 
Peter A. Dart. © Peter A. Dart; 
l6May60; DU51007. 

ONESIMUS, an original three act drama by 
David Hargrove. © David Hargrove; 
23Mar60; DU50691. 

THE ONLY CHILD, a play In three acts by 
Daisy Wolf. NM: revisions. © Daisy 
B. Wolf; l4Mar60; DU50624. 

ONLY HUMAN, a comedy In three acts by 
Manuel Seff . © Manuel Seff; 
25Jan60; DU50340. 

ONLY THE GAME-PISH SWIM UPSTREAM, a play 
In three acts by Mae Savell Croy k 
Carol Croy Ebert. © Mae Savell Croy & 
Carol Croy Ebert; 7Mar60; DU51013. 

ONLY THE GOOD, a new play In three acts 
by Clyde Ware. NM: revisions. 
© Clyde Ware; 28Apr60; DU50892. 

ONLY THE PYRE, a play by Elisabeth Mann 
Borgese. © Elisabeth Mann Borgese; 
17Feb60; DU50487. 

AN OPEN BOOK: FEDOR DOSTOYEVSKY II; 
audio script for a half hour televi- 
sion show by Gene Patrick Halboth. 
NM: revisions & additions. © Gene 
Patrick Halboth; 23Mar60; DU50692. 

THE OPEN DOOR; script for a radio pro- 
gram for shut-lna by Hazel Elizabeth 
Park. © Hazel Elizabeth Park; 
25Feb60; C12767. 



OPENING PRESENTATION FOR FIELD MEETING; 
standard motion picture script for 
Frlgldalre Division, General Motors 
Corp. Writer: David Welling. © Wild- 
ing, Inc.; llJanoO; C12692. 

OPERATING THE EUCLID C-6 CRAWLER TRACTOR; 
script for a sound slldeflln prepared 
for Euclid Division of General Motors 
Corp. Writer: Dayton C. Closser. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; HJan60; 
C12695. 

OPODEIMUS, an original drama on a 
metaphysical theme in four acts by 
Mark Benjamin Fox. © Mark Benjamin 
Fox; 3Mar60; DU5057 1 *. 

OPPORTUNITIES FOR EMBEZZLEMENT IN THE 
DAIRY INDUSTRY, an address by Norman 
Jaspan, president Norman Jaspan Asso- 
ciates, Inc., management engineers, 
and Investigations, Inc., Fact-finding 
Division, to Milk Industry Foundation 
& International Assn. or Ice Cream 
Manufacturers, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- 
vania, March 24, I960. © Norman Jas- 
pan; 28Mar60; C12825. 

OPPORTUNITY KN0CKS--AT HOME PLATE; 
script by William L. Larson. 
© William L. Larson; 24jun60; C13064. 

THE ORGANIZATION OF THE CHICAGO 
DIOCESE. SEE THE UNBROKEN CHAIN. 

ORPHEE. SEE ORPHEUS. 

ORPHEUS. (Orphee) Tragedy in one act 
and an Intermission by Jean Cooteau. 
Translated by David Ossman. © David 
Ossman; l4Apr60; DU50821. 

ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD, by Jacques 
Offenbach. Written specifically for 
the stage, a new, accurate, and Idio- 
matic translation into English by 
Charles B. Paul. Libretto. English & 
French. © Charles B. Paul; 4Apr60; 
DU50739. 

OSCAR WILDE, SAINT AND SINNER, a drama 
In three acts by Marcelle Lane. 
© Marcelle Lane; 12Apr60; DU50780. 

OT"FR BAND MATIC SHOWS FOR FOOTBALL 
HALFTIMFS. SEE THE LIBERTY BELL 
RINOS AOAIN AND OTHER BAND MAGIC 
R'lOWS FOR FOOTBALL HAr.FTIMES. 



THE OTHER VOLUNTEER; Legends of Mid- 
America, Civil War, Cairo, 1861, by 
W. C. Welborn k W. C. Welborn, Jr. 
© W. C. Welborn & W. C. Welborn, Jr.; 
25Jan60; DU50347. 

OUR CAPT. SARAH; recording script by 
Sarah Anna Gonzalez. © Sarah Anna 
Gonzalez; 6Apr60; C12951. 

OUR CHRISTMAS TREE, a play in three acts 
by Don E. Powers, pseud, of Edmond 
OJalvo. © Edmond Ojalvo; l8Apr60; 
DP4023 . 

OUR POSITION CONCERNING THE CONSTITU- 
TION, an address composed by Herbert 
A. Schloss. © Herbert A. Schloss; 
23Jun60; C13071. 

OUT OF DESPAIR, a choral reading for 
Ea3ter by Kitty McCann. Appl. author: 
Walter H. Baker Co., employer for 
hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 6jan60; 
DP3970. 

OUT OF DREAMS, a play for class night 
by Mary Sullivan Kelley. © Mary 
Sullivan Kelley; 4Feb60; DP39&0. 

OUT OF THE BLUE, a dim view in three 
acta by Alen Robin. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Alen Robing l4Mar60; 
DU50627. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan. -June 



OUT OP THE DARKNESS, an original histor- 
ical television drama for a ninety- 
minute production by Leslie Watson. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Leslie 
Watson; 10Jun60; DU51l4l. 

OUT OF THE SHADOWS, a motion picture 
script prepared for the Michigan Can- 
cer Foundation. Writer, Bob Copley. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 23Mar60; 
C 12820. 

OUT OF THE WILDERNESS; screenplay by 
Lorraine Brundage. © Lorraine T. 
Brundage; 29Jun60; DU51256. 

OUTLOOK TOWER ON THE MOUNT PALOMAR. 
SEE AUSSICHTSPUNKT AUF DEM BERG 
PALOMAR. 

AN OUTPOST OF PROGRESS, by Joseph Conrad. 
Television script adapted by Gene P. 
Halboth. © Gene P. Halboth; 19Apr60; 

DO50841. 

OUTSIDE SHELLEY BERMAN; recording script 
MG V-15007 by Shelley Berman. © Vivid 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 4Apr60; C12832. 

OUTSIDE THE DOOR, a play in five scenes 
by Wolfgang Borchert. English adapta- 
tion by Eve Slatner. © Eve Slatner; 
15Jun60; DU51163. 

OVER THE HILLS; four plays for youth, 
by James S. Wallerstein. Illustrated 
by Nltsa Savramis. Bellamy Press. 
© James S. Wallerstein; 22Jan60 
(in notice: 1959); Al;26610. 

OVERLOOKED UNDER OATH. SEE THREE 
NEEDLES IN A HAYSTACK. 

OWEN WISTER GOES WEST, a play in two 
acts and 10 scene3 by Fanny Kemble 
Wlster (Frances Kemble Wister Stokes) 
Based on the book Owen Wlster out 
West and also using two short stories 
Hanks woman and Destiny at Dry bone, 
both by Owen Wister. 6 Frances Kemble 
Wlster Stokes; 9Mar60; DU50607. 

OWEN WISTER OUT WEST. SEE OWEN WISTER 
GOES WEST. 

OWNER PROTECTION MEANS SALES PROTECTION; 
recording script for the Oldsmoblle 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
© Oldsmoblle Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 2May60; C12940. 



THE PALADINS OF CHARLEMAGNE, a chil- 
dren's play in three acts by Art Beer, 
Jr. (Arthur James Beer, Jr.) © Arthur 
James Beer, Jr.; 12Apr60; DU50785. 

PANTHEON, a play in three acts by Jerome 
Weldman & Irving Wallace. © Jerome 
Weidman & Irving Wallace; 4May60; 

DU50945. 

PARADISE VALLEY, a play in five scenes 
by Mick Daugherty, pseud, of Melvln 
C. Daugherty. © Melvln C. Daugherty; 
12May60; DU50978. 

PARALLEL SHADOWS, a screenplay by 
Michael Laurence, pseud, of Michael 
Stoppelman, and Otto Salamon. 
© Michael Laurence & Otto Salamon; 
24Dec59; DU50518. 

PARTIBUS PLUNKER, a play in three acts 
by Andrew David MacNellly. © Andrew 
David MacNellly; 4jan60; DU50211. 

PARTITA A PUGNI. SEE THE PRIZE FIGHT. 

THE PARTY, a play In two acts by Jane 
Arden. (In Plays of the year. Lon- 
don. Vol.18, p. 221-317) © Jane 
Arden; 29Jun59; DF1288. 



PARTY TIME, a play in three acts by 
Marion Hart (Marion Hart Adler) 
© Marlon Hart Adler; 21Mar60; DU50664. 

A PASSAGE TO INDIA, a play in three acts 
by Santha Rama Rau (Vasanthi Rama >Rau 
Bowers) From the novel by E. M. Fors- 
ter. © Vasanthi Rama Rau Bowers & 
E. M. For3ter; 5Feb60; DU50423. 

PASSPORTS TO PLEASURE, a shooting script 
for Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 
Writer, David Blomqulst. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; llMay60; 
DU51053. 

PATHS OF JUDGMENT, a play in three aqts 
by Raymond J. Buck, Jr. © Raymond J. 
Buck, Jr.; l8jan60; DU50283. 

PATRIOT TOM PAINE, by Sara Reavln. An 
historical play based on the book The 
tragic patriot, by Joseph Lewis. 
© Joseph Lewis & Sara Reavln; 31Dec59; 
DU50242. 

PATTERN; monologue by Fredric Brown. 
© M. Witmark & Sons; 19Feb60; C12775. 



THE PATTERN AND THE POWER OF THE HOLY 
EUCHARIST, a series of five lectures 
by Donald E. Bodley. © Donald E. 
Bodley; 25Apr60; C12992. 

THE PAWNS, a play in six scenes by David 
G. Rigney. © David G. Rigney; 
13Jun60; DU51147. 

THE PAY-OFF MINUTE; recording script for 
the Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12916. 

PEACE DAY ON THE PRAIRIE. SES PRAIRIE 
PEACE DAY. 

PEDODONTICS. SEE THE AUDIO JOURNAL OP 
DENTISTRY. 

PENDULUM, a musical trilogy by Louis 
Alfred Voss. Text only. © Louis 
Alfred Voss; 15Jan60; DU50268. 

THE PENDULUM OF LOVE, a play in one act, 
four scenes by John Whitman Wat ley. 
© John Whitman Wat ley; 31Mar60; 
DU5073O. 

PERCEPTIBLE PILLARS; one act play with 
music by Rudae R. Tieger. © Rudae R. 
Tleger; 10Mar60; DU50648. 

PERCUSSION PERFORMANCE SERIES NO.l; 
recording script by M. W. Britton. 
© Mervln W. Britton; 13May60; C13006. 



LE PERE GORIOT. 
HEAVEN . 



SEE NO HELP FROM 



THE PERFECT MATE, a play in nine scenes. 
Book & lyrics by Marilyn Stern. Mu- 
sic by Saul Stern. © Saul Stern & 
Marilyn Stern; 26jan60; DU50378. 

PERFECT TIMING; 30-mlnute mystery for 
television by Phoebe Wray, pseud, of 
Phoebe Rae Gregory. © Phoebe Wray; 
10Feb60; DU50444. 

THE PERILOUS ASSIGNMENT, a screen drama 
in twenty scenes by Robert Chenault 
Givler. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Robert Chenault Givler; 12Feb60; 
DU50478. 

PERPETUA, a play In six scenes by Nolan 
Harrlgan. © Nolan Harrlgan, Jr.; 
lMar60; DU50557. 

PERSON UNKNOWN, a play in three acts by 
John Alldrldge from an idea by Wyn 
Davis. London, S. French. (French's 
acting edition) © John Alldrldge; 
17Nov59; DF1302. 



PEST CONTROL; 60 sec. radio spots by 
Orkin Exterminating Co. Scripts 61- 
72. © Orkin Exterminating Co., Inc.; 
llMay60; C12965. 



PEST CONTROL; 30 sec. radio spots by 
Orkin Exterminating Co. Scripts 81- 
93. © Orkin Exterminating Co., Inc.; 
HMay60; C12966. 

PETER'S ADVENTURE, a musical play in 
three acts. Script by Lester & Bea- 
trice Gaspar; music & lyrics by Bea- 
trice Gaspar. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Beatrice Wolf Gaspar & 
Lester G. Gaspar; 7Jan60; DU50231. 

THE PHOENIX KEEPER, a play in verse by 
Henry Gordon Hllden. © Henry Gordon 
Hilden; 13Jan60; DP395 1 *. 

PICK AND TAKE, THEN TAKE YOUR PICK. 
SEE CHOOSE AN INTELLECT. 

PICK-UP, a one-act play by Richard W. 
Harris. © Richard W. Harris; 8Mar60; 
DU50600. 

THE PICTURE WINDOW; recording script for 
Russell Kelly Office Service by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Russell Kelly 
Office Service, Inc.; 2May60; C12878. 

A PIECE OF MY MIND; sound slidefilm 
shooting sorlpt for Montgomery Ward & 
Company, Training Department. Writer, 
Jim Sagabiel. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 26May60; DU51182. 

THE PLED PIPER, a musical play in one 
act by Robert Ashenhurst. © Robert 
A3henhurst; 26jan60; DU50362. 

PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. SEE BLOW IT 
COOL. 

PIEGE POUR UN HOMME SEUL; 4 tableaux de 
Robert Thomas. © Robert Thomas; 
l4Mar60; DU50704. 

PILLOW OF FEATHERS, an original play in 
three acts for the stage by Ellen 
Gaudin & Doreen Roberts, pseudonyms of 
Helen M. Oaudln (Mrs. Daniel Gaudin) 
© Helen M. Gaudin; 13Apr60; DU50810. 



PIN PON, a motion picture script for the 
teaching of beginning Spanish in the 
elementary grades by Salvatore C. 
Mangiaflco. Episode no.l. ©Murray 
Languages, Inc. & S. C. Mangiaflco; 
29Apr60; C12994. 

THE PINK DRUM, a play in three acts by 
Conrad Denl, pseud, of Conrad Denis. 
© Conrad Denis; 13Apr60; DU50813. 

THE PINK ROSE; libretto for a musical 
comedy in two acts by Edward Barry 
Roberts. Based on The pink rose, a 
novel of manners by Elspeth Woodward & 
Edward Roberts. © Edward Barry 
Roberts & Elspeth Woodward; 26May60; 
DU51059. 

THE PINK SIAMESE, a musical play for 
children to perform. Music by Seymour 
Barab; words by Susan Otto. Dialogue 
and melody line. © Boosey & Hawkes, 
Inc.; 20May60; DP4032. 

PLAN TO PROMOTE; sound slidefilm shoot- 
ing script for Montgomery Ward & Com- 
pany, Training Department. Writer, 
Hal Secor. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 26May60; DU51188. 

THE PLANT, a play in three acts by Edna 
Sheklow. © Edna Sheklow; l6May60; 
DU51002. 

PLATONOV, an early untitled play in 
four acts by Anton Chekhov. Trans- 
lated & adapted by Alex Szogyl. 
© Alex W. Szegyi; HJan60; DU50249. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



PLAY KING ON THE MOUNTAIN, a play In 
three a.ts by Charles Booth, paeud. 

llfford A. Trlcou. © Charles 
Booth; 27Jan60; DU50384. 

PLAYBACK, 4 ore act play and series for 

television written and conceived by 

Larry Leslie. © Larry Leslie; 
2*Mar60; C13999. 

PLEASE HEAH ME, a play in three acts by 
Howard J. Hardardt. © Howard J. 
Hardardt; 19Apr60; DU50838. 

THE PLIOHT OP THE PARVENU, a dramatic 
composition by Richard W. Wcudenberg. 
© Richard V. Woudenberg; 25Feb60; 
DD505»3- 

POEMES A JOUER. Theatre, II. L'A.B.C. 
notre vie, Rythme a trols temps, 
One volx aans personne, Le temps du 
verbe, Les amants du metro, Tonnerre 
sans orage; par Jean Tardleu. Paris. 
© Libralrle Oalllmarl; lMar60; DPO-9*5. 

THE POET'S PROGRESS. SEE THE FOURTH 
PIG. 

POINT OP LAW: THE BRIDE IN THE BATH, by 
Joseph w. Kapfer 4 Willis GoulJ. One 
of a series of television plays based 
on a concept by Joseph H. Kapfer. 
© Joseph W. Kapfer 1 Willis E. Gould; 
lJun60; DU5108 1 *. 

A POLITICAL HELLO WITH MUSIC, a play 
with music by John J. O'Rourke. 
Text only. © John J. O'Rourlce; 
lPaboO; DU50396. 

THE POOR SPORTS, a play In three acts 
written by Henry Gerahwin, paeud. of 
Henry Oerahwln Mazlen. © Henry 
Gerahwin Mazlen; 12Apr60; DU50779. 

POP THE QUESTION; original script for 
the production of a television show by 
P. T. Hlnes. © Paisley T. Hlnes; 
23Mar60; C12822. 

PORT OP PLEASURE, an operetta In one act, 
Book by Clarence E. Kearney; mjai: by 
Elliot Griff la; lyrics by Kearney k 
Grlffls. Text only. © Clarence E. 
Kearney; HApr60; DU50769. 

PORTAVA LA MASCHERA; commedla In tre 
attl dl Ale33andro De Stefanl. 
© Ale3Sandro De Stefanl; 15Jan60; 
DU5037*. 

PORTRAIT OP A SCIENTIST; radio script cy 
the American Cancer Society. © Ameri- 
can Cancer Society, Inc.; 12Apr60; 
C12862. 

POST CARDS FROM CAMP; monologue by Sam 
Levenson (Samuel Levenson) © Sam 
Levenson; 29Jun60; C13069. 

POWDER YOUR WIG, a musical comedy in two 
acts by Henry Clay Fanelll. Text 
only. © Henry Clay Fanelll; l8Apr60; 
DU50833 . 

THE POWER WITHIN YOU; recording script 
by Ralph R. Brown. © Ralph R. Brown; 
13Jan60; C12667. 

A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO SPEECH IMPROVE- 
MENT, LESSON 1-6; and Radio and tele- 
vision technique, lesson 7-12, by Ray 
Shelton (Raymond Llndy Shelton) 
© Raymond L. Shelton; HApr60; C12864. 

PRAIRIE PEACE DAY; or, Peace day on the 
prairie. Opera in one act for per- 
formance by children or adults by 
George Wehner. © George Wehner; 
l6Mar60; DU50637. 

PREACHER LADY, a play In 3 act3 by 
Jesale B. Blanton. NM: additions 8c 
revisions. © Jessie Belle Blanton; 
27Jun60; DU51248. 



PRELUDE; screenplay written by Michael 
J. Curtln 4 Gene L. Hooper. © Michael 
J. Curtln, Jr. & Gene L. Hooper; 
l4jan60; DU50266. 

PREMIER PERFORMANCE, a sound slidefilm 
script for Standard Oil Co. Job 9756. 
Writer, Tom Byrnes. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Standard Oil Co.; HMay60; C13005. 



THF PF- 

--•RFAT OF MEN, 



. 



PRESS CONFERENCE, a comedy In one act 
by Peter Woltltz. O Peter Woltitz; 
lFeboO; DU50392. 

PREVENTING SUITS FOR MEDICAL NEGLI- 

ICS. SEE SOME NOTES ON PREVENTING 
SUITS FOB MEDICAL HEGLIO: .. . 

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE OP THE NEW C-6 
CRAWLER; script for a sound slidefilm 
prepared for Euclid Division of Gen- 
eral Motors Corp. Writer: Dayton C. 
Closser. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
llJanoO; C12696. 

PREVIEWING THE ALL-STAR SALES DEVELOP- 
MENT PROGRAM; script for a motion pic- 
ture prepared for Plymouth. Writer, 
John Davenport. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 26May60; CX5025. 

PRICE STICKER SELLING; recording script 
Tor the Pontlac Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. O Pontlac Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12922. 

THE PRINCE, a musical play In three acts 
by Susanna Holt Davis. Text only. 
© Susanna H. Davis Enterprises, Inc.; 
20Jun60; DU51208. 



THE PRINCE OP THE PIN ELVES; dramatiza- 
tion in three parts by Elsie D. 
Harder. From the book of the same 
title by Charles Lee Sleight. © El- 
sie D. Harder; 12Feb60; DU50'*5'». 

PRINCESS MARINA, a musical fantasy In 
three acts. Book by Isabel Anderson 
(Mrs. Larz Anderson) Music and lyrics 
by Grace Warner Ouleslan (Mrs. M. H. 
Oulesian) © Riker, Brown !c Welling- 
ton, Inc.; l6May32; DP397 1 *. 

DER PRINZ VON HOMBURG, von Hans Werner 
Henze. Oper In drel Akten nach dera 
Schausplel von Helnrlch von Klelst. 
Fur Muslk elngerlchtet von Ingeborg 
Bachmann. Klavlerauszug von Walter B. 
Tuebben. Mainz. (Edition Schott 
5030) © B. Schott 'a Sonne; l8May60; 
DFO-958. 

THE PRIZE FIGHT. Partita a pugnl. By 
Vierl Tosattl. Concert drama In an 
Introduction and three round, for 
soloists, chorus and orchestra; words 
by Luciano Conoscianl; English ver- 
sion by Chester Kallman. Voice and 
piano. Italy. Appl. states prev. 
reg. Uul55, DF528. NM: English ver- 
sion. © G. Rlcordl & C; 2Dec59; 
DP3953. 

THE PROBLEMS AND NEW TECHNIQUES OF 
EXPORT TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT; speech by 
Geoffrey M. Footner. © Geoffrey M. 
Footner; 2May60; C12948. 

THE PROCESSION OF THE PROPHETS, a litur- 
gical drama for the season of Advent. 
Adapted from the original mediaeval 
play by Eugene Kellenbenz, after a 
manuscript of the 11th century of 
St. Martial of Limoges. © World 
Library of Sacred Music; 230ct59; 
DP3923. 



THE PROCURATOR OF JUDEA . 
MAGDALENE. 



SEE MARY 



THE PROFESSIONAL SALESMAN'S GEMS OF 
TRUTH, by Walter P. Draper. © Walter 
P. Draper; 27Apr60; C12870. 

PROFESSOR ITNOP TAKES A HOLIDAY; record- 
ing script for the Pontlac Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 
© Pontlac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2MayoO; C12923. 

PROFILES OF EIGHT, a play In three acts 
by William Edward Scott. © William 
Edward Scott; 28jun60; DU51259. 

PROFITS. SEE SWAP THE KNOW-HOW PRO- 
GRAM: PROFITS. 

A PROGRAM UTILIZING AUDIO-VISUAL MEDIA 
FOR THE SYSTEMATIZED PRESENTATION OF 
PHONETICS IN THE TEACHINQ OF ELEMEN- 
TARY READINQ, by Hazel Logan Loring 
(Mrs. Logan Loring) © Hazel Logan 
Loring; 25May60; C13009. 

PROJECTING PROGRESS IN THE SIZZLING 
SIXTIES; script to be narrated live 
with a series of scenes In 16 mm. 
color, for Swift & Co. Writer: Tom 
Byrnes. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
HJan60; C12691. 

PROMETHEUS, a chorodrama In two acts. 
Translated from the Prometheus bound 
of Aeschylus and adapted for the Amer- 
ican stage by Tanagra Markham, pseud. 
of Xenea Kanellos Sandor. © Tanagra 
Markham; 31May60; DU51070. 

PROMETHEUS BOUND. SEE PROMETHEUS. 

A PROMISE KEPT; script for a sound 

slidefilm in color prepared for Good- 
year as part of the i960 3pring dealer 
meetings. Writer, T. Sassano. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. O Wilding, Inc.; 8Feb60; 
C12731. 

PROMOTE FOR PROFIT; recording script for 
the Oldsraoblle Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. © Oldsmobile Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12884. 

PROPOSALS AND OBSERVATIONS RELATIVE TO A 
PRODUCT IDEA AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN 
ADVERTISING AND MARKETING CAMPAIGN RE- 
GARDING CHEWING GUM DESIGNED SPECIFI- 
CALLY FOR YOUNG CHILDREN; prepared for 
oral delivery to manufacturers, pro- 
cessors, and distributors of chewing 
gums and to other interested groups by 
Harry Grabstald. © Harry Grabatald; 
21Mar60; C12812. 

PROPOSED USE OF RAILROAD FACILITIES FOR 
MOTOR TRUCK AND MOTOR BUS OPERATIONS; 
discourse by John Clarkeson. © John 
Clarkeson; 2Feb60; C12735. 

THE PROSPECT FROM THEIR DOOR, a play in 
three acts by Edward R. Saramis & 
Forbes Herbert Dawson. © Forbes 
Herbert Dawson; HJan60; DU50244. 

A PROSPECT OF THE PARK, a play in three 
acts by Roger Hastings, pseud, of 
Coman Leavenworth. © Coman Leaven- 
worth; 20Apr60; DU50846. 

THE PROUD SPINE, a play In three acts 
by Marion E. George, pseud, of Max 
E. Pohlman. © Max E. Pohlman; 
15Jan60; DU50316. 

PROUD TOWER, a play in three acts by 
Howard Southgate. © Howard Southgate; 
15Feb60; DU50457. 

PROVE IT, In three scenes by Samuel Mass 
& Thomas Murray. © Samuel Mass & 
Thomas Murray; 6jun60; DU51125. 

PRZYGODA FLORENCKA; sztuka w 3 aktach. 
At head of title: Ludwlk Hleronlm 
Morstin. Warszawa, Panstwowy Instytut 
Wydawnlczy. © Authors Society, 
Z.A.I.K.S.; 15Jul58; DF1327. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



PSYCHOLOGY OP SUPERVISION; treatise by 
Prank Southern. © Prank Southern; 
17Feb60; C12806. 

PUNCHLINE; dialogue with background 
music by Harriet Kane & others. NM: 
"narration." © Argo Music, Inc.; 
27May60; C13060. 

PUNTILA AND HIS HIRED MAN; folk play by 
Bertolt Brecht, after the tales and 
a dramatic sketch of Hella Wuolljcki 
of Finland, In a new adaptation by 
Gerhard Nellhaus. Appl. states pre v. 
reg. DU49904. NM: revisions. © Ger- 
hard Nellhaus; l8jan60; DU50287. 



PURITAN'S PROGRESS, a comedy In three 
acts by Sarah Emery. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Forward Psyche. NM: 
revisions & additions. © Sarah 
Watson Emery; 22Jan66; DU50323. 

THE PURLOINED PEARLS, a musical play In 
two acts by Beulah B. Musselwhj.te. 
Beulah B. Musselwhlte; 15Feb60; 
DU50461. 

THE PURPLE PEOPLES PALACE, a monologue 
by Judson Vaught & Don Penton. 
© Judson Vaught & Don Fenton; 
2JFeb60; C12748. 

PURPLE SACKCLOTH, a drama in one act by 
Marge Wold (Margaret "Eugenie Wold) 
© Margaret Eugenie Wold; 15Feb60; 
DU50462. 

PUSS IN BOOTS, a musical adaptation for 
children in 2 acts, 5 scenes. Book & 
lyrics by Gladys Fornell. Music by 
Richard d'Honau. © Richard Allen 
d'Honau & Gladys Fornell; 7Apr60; 
DU50762. 

PUT PUNCH IN YOUR PRICE.' Recording 
script for the Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2May60; 012913. 



Q 



QUALITY MEANS SATISFACTION; recording 
script for the Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12910. 

QUALITY UNDER THE SKIN, a shooting 

script prepared for the Formica Corp. 
Writer, Don Durlan. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 26May60; C13016. 

THE QUEEN OF ENDOR . SEE THE VENEFICE: 
THE QUEEN OF ENDOR. 

QUFFN OF THE AMAZONS. SEE KING OP THE 
AMAZONS. 

QUEEN OP THE AMAZONS: SURVIVAL; feature 
length serial for the screen by 
J. Orman Gray. © James Orman Gray; 
13May60; DU50991. 

THE QUEEN'S MUSEUM AND OTHER FANCIFUL 
TALES. SEE THE GRIFFIN AND THE 
MINOR CANNON. 

A QUIET SUNDAY, a one act play written 
by Glover Buck. From an original 
idea conceived by Robert Tallon. 
© Glover N. Buck, Jr. Sc Robert Tallon; 
12Feb60; DU50456. 

A QUIET WALK, a play In three acts by 
Jolene Blelch (Jolene Blelch Oolden- 
thal) © Jolene Ooldenthal; 2Feb60; 
DU50403. 

QUINDUNO; musical composition adaptable 
as ballet mu3lc. Acting version and 
musical score by Sebastian Rosano. 
© Sebastian Rosano; HJan60; DU50315. 



QUITE A YOUNG GIRL, a musical comedy in 
two acts based on The young visitors 
by Daisy Ashford. Book by Alicen 
White (Alice M. G. White) Music by 
Martha Coe. Lyrics by Peter Colonna. 
© Alice M. G. White, Martha D. Coe & 
Peter Colonna; 8Feb60; DU50435. 

QUOTH THE RAVEN NEVERMORE, a play in 
three acts by Alexander Arzoumanian. 
© Alexander Arzoumanian; 19Apr60; 
DU50857. 



R 



THE RACE FOR SPACE; recording script for 
the Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C 12901. 

RADIANT ENERGY, THE FINAL PHILOSOPHY, 
by Robert Kemp. © Robert Kemp; 
27May60; C13028. 

RADIO AND TELEVISION TECHNIQUE, LESSON 
7-12- SEE A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO 
SPEECH IMPROVEMENT, LESSON 1-6. 

RAIN ON THE ROCKS, a play in three acts 
by Slgfrld Hauck. © Sigfrid Hauck; 
9Mar60; DU50605. 

RAINBOW'S ADVENTURES; episodes 1 through 
13 by Diana Marr Johnson & Honorla 
Pleach. © Honorla Plesch & Diana 
Marr-Johnson; 15Feb60; DU50495. 

RANDOM SCANDALS; revue material by 

Darrell Random. Text only. © Darrell 
Random; 3Jun60; DU51100. 



THE RAPE OF THE SABINES; screenplay by 
Alberto Antonio Gout. © Alberto 
Antonio Gout; l6Mar60; DU50642. 

RASPUTIN'S END. (Der Tod des Rasputin) 
Opera in 3 acts. Music by Nicolas 
Nabokov. Libretto by Stephen Spender 
& Nicolas Nabokov. German version by 
Frederick Goldbeck. Vocal score. 
Paris. © S.A. des Editions Ricordl; 
3Uul59; DP4030. 

RAU, SANTHA RAMA. SEE Bowers, Vasanthl 
Rama Rau. 

THE RAVEN'S NEST, a screenplay by 
Esther Beeby . © Esther Beeby; 
I8jan60; DU50274. 

REAL OR PERSONAL, a television drama in 
fourteen scenes written especially for 
the Perry Mason series by Barbara A. 
Towers. © Barbara A. Towers; 27Jun60; 
DU51249. 

REAL PERSONALITY & OUTSTANDING STYLE; 
radio copy for Maryland Plymouth Deal- 
ers Advertising Assn. from Edward 
Prager Advertising Agency. © Edward 
Hess Prager; 17Jun60; C13043. 

A REAL PROBLEM; script for a sound 
slldefllm In color prepared for the 
Wayne Knitting Mills, Pt. Wayne, Ind. 
Writer, Samuel Beall. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Wilding, Inc.; 23Mar60; C12814. 

REALIDAD. SEE INTERPLAY. 

THE RECKLESS DANCER AND THE WRONG DEAL; 
original story and screenplay by Avnl 
Erdogan. © Avnl Erdogan; HApr60; 
DU50865. 

RECORDING INFORMATION FOR PATIENT, by 
Mary Allison. © Mary Allison; 
17Jun60; C13047. 

RED BUTTON, a tragedy by John Bloomer. 
© John H. Bloomer; 27Jan60; DU50386. 



REFLECTIVITY, by Lloyd W. Stromgren. 
© Lloyd W. Stromgren; l6jun60; C13038. 

REFRIGERATOR COMPARISONS; recording 
script for the Frigidaire Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. © Frigidaire 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12893. 

REFUGEE, a play in three acts, adopted 
from the novel in manuscript La 
murallle liqulde, by Alvar Dazll, 
pseud, of Volf Roitman (Wolf Roltman) 
by the author & Rita Parr (Rita Parr 
Roltman) English translation from the 
French, by Rita Parr. © Volf Roitman; 
29Dec59; DU50205. 

THE REHEARSAL, a one act play by Anne 
Elliot Karro. © Anne Elliot Karro; 
HFeb60; DU50449. 

THE REHEARSAL, a play in 5 acts, by 
George Villiers. To which is added 
a Key, or critical view of the au- 
thors & their writings exposed in 
this play, by S. Briscoe. The crit- 
ic; or, A tragedy rehearsed; a drama- 
tic piece in 3 acts, by Richard 
Brinsley Sheridan. Pref. for the 
rehearsal & The critic, by Cedric 
Gale. NM: lntrod. & revisions. 
© Barron's Educational Series, Inc.; 
6May60; AI4I4.5626. 

LA REINE D' ENDOR. SEE THE VENEFICE: 
THE QUEEN OF ENDOR. 

RELATIVES AND BUDDIES. SEE SWAP THE 
KNOW-HOW PROGRAM: RELATIVES AND 
BUDDIES. 

LA RELIGIEUSE; piece en troi3 actes de 
Marc Dldier et Gaston Rulller. 
D'apres Diderot. © Marc Dldier & 
Gaston Rulller; 15Jun60; DU51217. 

REMEMBER THE ALAMO; narrative in five 
segments by Michael Avallone. © Lyle 
Kenyon Engel; 12Apr60; C12844. 

RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE AND SCULPTURE. 
SEE THE GREAT WORKS OP ART, 11. 

RENAULT RECORD SCRIPT, by Record Adver- 
tising Co. © Record Advertising Co.; 
13May60; C 13000. 

RENE LEDESTIN; ou, Un homme a la nuit; 
pleee par Alexandre Breffort. © Alex- 
andre Breffort; l4Mar60; DU50703. 

A REPORT TO YOU.' Address to be deliv- 
ered to several audiences by J. D. 
Wilson. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Joseph Daniel Wll3on; 2May60; C12947. 

REPRIEVE. SEE THIS NATION UNDER GOD, 
5. 

REST YOU MERRY, a Christmas play in two 
acts by Elaine Morgan. London, 
S. French. (French's acting edition) 
© Elaine Morgan; 270ct59; DF1298. 

THE RESTLESS NATIVES, a play in three 
acts by Lloyd Clay, pseud, of Lloyd 
Clay Sugg. © Lloyd Clay Sugg; 5Jul60; 
DU51274. 

RETAIL TRAINING PROGRAM; script prepared 
for Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Writ- 
er, T. Sassano. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Wilding, Inc.; 26May60; C13020. 

THE RETURN OF A REBEL MOTHER. SEE 
A NATCHEZ SEANCE. 

THE RETURN OF THE LATELY DEPARTED, a 
play in three acts by Max Aronson. 
© Max Aronson; 17Jun60; DU51221. 

RETURN TO SIENA, a play in three acts by 
Pincus W. Tell. © Plncus W. Tell; 
9Jun60; DU51134. 






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LE REVEUR; cooedle par Jean Vauthler. 
Paris. (Le Manteau d'arlequln) 
O Llbrairl-- :a::i-jr: ! ..- 
I>P0-9*2. 

REVOLUTION OP EXPECTATIONS (Pilmstrlpl 
Time. Made by Plctocraft. 110 fr., 
Eastman color k b&w, 35 as. With 
lecture note booklet. O Time, Inc.; 
2»Apr59; A425132. 

REWARD IN HEAVEN, a play In three acts 
by Roger Mllner. London, S. Prench. 
(Prench's acting edition) O Roger 
Kllner; 1DNov59; DP1293. 



RICCI, DJIN, pseud. 
Rick. 



SEE Richards, 



RICHMOK), CSA, a screenplay by Clifford 
Dovdey. o Rlchiaond Television Corpor- 
ation; llJanoO; DU50282. 

THE RIGHT PLAY FOR YOU, by Berr.ice 
Wells Carlson. Illustrated by 
Georgette Boris. © Abingdon Press; 
7Mar«>0; M35222. 

RINASCITA E KORTE DI LAZZARO, In due 
parti dl Luclantonlo Rugglerl. 
O Luclantonlo Rugglerl; 3Kay60; 
DU509** . 

RING THE JUBILEE; recording script for 
the United Presbyterian Church In the 
U.S.A. by Jam Handy Organization. 
C United Presbyterian Church In the 
U.S.A.; 2M*y60; C12880. 

THE RIVALRY, a play In two acts by Nor- 
man Corwln. Dramatists Play Service. 
NM: additions k revisions, o Norman 
Corwln; 21Jan60; DP3978. 

THE RIVER BETWEEN, a comedy In three 
acts by Pord Alnsworth. O Pord 
Alnsworth; 22Jun60; DU51231. 

ROAD BLOCKHEAD. SEE TOOHERVILLE. 

ROARING TWENTIES SCRAPBOOK. SEE 

BAKER'S ROARING TWENTIES SCRAPBOOK. 

THE ROBIN HOOD OP BROADWAY, a musical 
comedy In two acts. Script, story, 
lyrics and music by Walter P. 
McTernan, Jr. e Walter P. McTernan, 
Jr.; 25Jan60; DU503**. 

THE ROCKET, a one-act opera. Music & 
libretto by Edward M. Goldman. Based 
on the short story. The rocket, by 
Ray Bradbury. O Edward Merrill 
Goldman; 25Jan60; DU50571. 

ROCKSPRING, a play In five scenes by 
R. 0. Vllet. Russell G. Vllet; 
15Mar60; DU50628. 

ROENTGENOLOGY k PRACTISE ADMINISTRATION 
ISSUE. SEE THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF 
DENTISTRY, Vol.2: 18. 

THE ROLL OP A MANUFACTURERS' AGENT DJ 
THE DISTRIBUTION OF INDUSTRIAL GOODS. 
A lecture given at the Industrial Dis- 
tribution Seminar at Clarkson College 
of Technology In Potsdam, New York on 
November 3, 1959, by Roger W. King. 
© Roger W. King; 24Feb60; C12760. 

ROMANCE TO DUST, a drama with music In 
three acts by Uncle William, pseud, of 
William Moore, e William Moore; 
12Apr60; DU50782. 

ROME. SEE THE GREAT WORKS OF ART, 7. 

THE ROOM, a play In one act by Harold 
Pinter. © Harold Pinter; 7Apr60; 
DU50873. 

ROOT OF EVIL; original screenplay by 
William Grefe. © William Grefe; 
15Jun60; DU51165. 

ROSALIE'S IN TOWN, a play in three acts 
by C. Edward Jordan. © Charles 
Edward Jordan; 4May60; DU50939. 



DIB ROSEN DER EINODE; fiinf SStze fur 
Ballet t. Stlmmen und Orcheater von 
Thomas Bernhard. Frankfurt. 
© S. Plscher Verlag, G.M.B.H.; lApr59; 
DF1323. 

. SEE LA BATTAOLIA. 

THE ROVTNO REPORTER OP 00OD NEWS; screen 

production script by Roger Bouchard. 

Presented by Leon De Pubb, Inc. 

© Roger Bouchard; HJan60; C12661. 

ROW HOUSE; 3 act play (comedy) written 
by Clarence Walter Lange. © Clarence 
Walter Lange; l6May60; DU51001. 

ROXANE, a musical comedy In two acts 
adapted from Cyrano de Bergerac by 
Rostand. Music and lyrics by Ray 
Haney. Adaptation by Noel Francis 
Haney. © Gerald Ray Haney 1 Noel 
Francis Haney; 9Jun60; DU51136. 

THE ROYAL HAWAIIANS: Kaahumanu, Emma, 
Lllluokalanl; by Evelyn Seedorf Coope. 
O Evelyn Seedorf Coope; 23May60; 
C130O7. 

ROYALTY RANCH, a comedy In three acts 
by H. Anthony Parks Klumpp. e Her- 
mann Parks Klumpp; 25Jan60; DU50348. 

RUBY RED FOR DEATH; screenplay by Norman 
C. Wallace. z Norman C. Wallace; 
UM«r60; DU50615. 

RUMPELSTILTSJCLN; adaptation by Maria Ray 
4 Lyle Kenyon Engel. © Maria Ray 1 
Lyle Kenyon Engel; 26Apr60; C12869. 

RUMPLESTILTSKIN; chlllrens 1 stories - 
TV pilot, production N-316. Script 
by M. Konlgmacher k others. O Norwood 
Studios, Inc.; 25Jan60; C12683. 



THE SABLE ROSCIUS, a new play In one act 
by William Halrston. © William 
Halrston; 17May60; DU51121. 

THE SAGA OP ETHAN ALLEN: THE OREEN 
MOUNTAIN BOYS; story and teleplay by 
Plora Plfleld k Jay Kacln. © Plora 
Flfleld 4 Jay Kacln; 26Apr60; DU50877. 

THE SAGA OF STRONGMAN MCOOWAN, a musical 
comedy in one act written by James k 
Ellen Langan (Mrs. James M. Langan) 
© Ellen Langan k James M. Langan; 
23May60; DU51036. 

ST. MIKE, a screenplay by Samuel Roeca 
and John David. © Production Associ- 
ates Pictures, Inc.; 19Jan60; DU50289. 

A SALES PROMOTION PROORAM TO BE PRE- 
SENTED TO A MAJOR MARKETINO ORGANIZA- 
TION IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY; 
lecture by John C. LeBar. John C. 
LeBar; 25Jan60; C12702. 

SANITATION MANAGEMENT AT TEXAS TECH; 
tape recorded explanations of slides 
presented by Texas Tech at the 4th 
annual convention In New York City by 
Charles F. Llbby. © Charles F. Llbby; 
2May60; C12945. 

DAS SANKT GALLER SPIEL VON DER KINDHEIT 
JESU; erneuert von Albrecht Goes. 
Frankfurt. © S. Fischer Verlag, 
G.M.B.H.; 10ct59; DF1317. 

SARAI, an original play in three acts by 
Edmond C. Jeffery. © Edmond C. 
Jeffery; 26May60; DU51124. 

SAREY, a play in three acts by James 
Fredrick McQullkin, pseud, of James A. 
MacQullkin. © James A. MacQuilkln: 
lJun60; DU51085. 



THE SATYR PLAY; variation on a theme 
suggested by Wolfe in one short act by 
Art Beer, Jr. (Arthur James Beer, Jr.) 



© Arthur James Beer, Jr. 
DU50823. 



l4Apr60; 



SAWDUST SQUARE, a new play in one act by 
Hu White (Hubert S. White, Jr.) 
© Hubert S. White, Jr.; 25May60; 
DU51048. 

SAY ME A PRAYER, a one -act play by 
Phoebe Wray, pseud, of Phoebe Rae 
Gregory. NM: revisions k additions. 
O Phoebe Wray; 15Apr60; DU50829. 

SAY ME A PRAYER, a play in one scene by 
Phoebe Wray, pseud, of Phoebe Rae 
Gregory. © Phoebe Wray; 24PebbO; 
DU50519. 

SAY, SENIORS. SEE COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP 
CONTEST. 

SCHNECKVILLE.' SCHNECKVILLE; A theatre 
piece for solo or ensemble reading by 
Francis Oagllano. O Francis Qagllano; 
23May60; C13010. 

THE SCHOOL FOR DICTA? IRS, a play by John 
Wlnkelman. A tranc ation of Die Schule 
der Dlktatoren, an rlglnal play by 
Erich KHstner. © J n Wlnkelman; 
4jan60; DU50214. 

THE SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS, a living room 
comedy In three acts by John Seath 
Stranack. © Olen Sauls; 12Jan60; 
DU50251. 

SCHOOL OF FINANCIAL PUBLIC RELATIONS 
PUBLICITY LECTURES FOR i960, by George 
J. Watts, vice president. Republic 
National Bank of Dallas. © George J. 
Watts; 27Jun60; C13065. 

SCHOOLDAYS; script for television with 
special effects or an animated car- 
toon by Louis P. Frank. © Louis P. 
Frank; 23May60; DU51032. 

DIE SCHULE DER DIKTATOREN. SEE THE 
SCHOOL FOR DICTATORS. 

THE SCIENCE OF MENTALPHYSICS, a lecture 
by Edwin J. Dingle. Supplement to 
Initiate group teaching - The voice of 
Ding Le Mel. (Series AS-19) © Edwin 
J. Dingle; 4jan60; C12651. 

SCIENCE OF MENTALPHYSICS. SEE INNER 
CHAMBER, SCIENCE OF MENTALPHYSICS. 

SCOTCH IT DADDY, SCOTCH IT. 1 Script for 
a playlet by William P. Kaas. 
© William P. Kaas; 23Mar60; C12839. 

SCRAPBOOK, a play with music by John S. 
Stasey k Robert E. Kenney. Text only. 
© John S. Stasey k Robert E. Kenney; 
7Mar60; DU50590. 

SCRIPT TO BE RECORDED ON TAPE FOR TEACH- 
ING GUIDE FOR FRENCH: THE ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOL- -KINDERGARTEN THROUGH GRADE SIX, 
by Benjamin C. Willis. © Board of 
Education of the City of Chicago; 
HApr60; C12841. 

SCRIPT TO BE RECORDED ON TAPE FOR TEACH- 
ING GUIDE FOR SPANISH: THE ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOL— KINDERGARTEN THROUGH GRADE 
SIX, by Benjamin C. Willis. © Board 
of Education of the City of Chicago; 
8jun60; C13031. 

THE SEA GULL, an adaptation of Anton 
Chekhov's play in four acts by Alex 
Szogyl. © Alex W. Szogyi; 31May60; 
DU51071. 

THE SEA KITTENS, a three act comedy with 
music by Betty O'Rourke. NM: revi- 
sions. © Betty O'Rourke; 13Apr60; 
DU50809. 

SFARCH AND SEIZURE. SEE TONY VERNA 
P. T. BFAUMONT PRESENT THE COLONIAL 
SP V . 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



THE SECOND CIRCLE, a drama in three acts 
by Ernest C. Ferllta. © Ernest C. 
Perllta; HApr60; DU50768. 

THE SECOND FIFTY MILLION; script for a 
sound motion picture In 16 mm. color 
for Ohio Brass Co. Writer, David C. 
Welling. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
23Mar60; C12815. 

SECOND LOOK; motion picture shooting 
script produced for Farmers Insurance 
Group by Rocket Pictures. © Farmers 
Insurance Group; 19May60; C13076. 

SECOND PENANCE, a new play in three acts 
by Richard Waugh. © Richard Waugh; 
10Feb60; DU50468. 

THE SECRETS OF KNOB HILL, a talk by 
Minnie Jane Forster. © Minnie Jane 
Forster; l4Mar60; C12803. 

THE SEED AND THE THORN, a play In three 
acts by Albert Brenner. © Albert 
Brenner; l8May60; DU51018. 



t; play In three acts 
3 Irwin Slrota; 



THE SEEDS OF DESPA 
by Irwin Slrota. 
28Apr60; DU5089 



SELL 'EM IN THE B NUS MINUTES; recording 
script for the Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12906. 

SELL 'EM TO SUIT 'EM; recording script 
for the Chevrolet Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12908. 

SELL MORE SPARK PLUGS WITH THE CHAMPION 
PLUG SCOPE; script for a color sound 
slldefllm prepared for the Champion 
Spark Plug Co. Writer, Dayton Clo»- 
ser. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
23Mar60; C12821. 

SELLING SITUATIONS; script for a series 
of selling situations In black and 
white motion pictures for Goodyear 
Tire & Rubber Co. Writer, David 
Welling. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
23Mar60; DU50677. 

SELLING UP TO BETTER TIRE PRODUCTS; 
slldefllm script prepared for the 
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. 
Writer, Tom Byrne3. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Wilding, Inc.; 8Feb60; DU50483. 

SEMI-DETACHED, a new drama in three acts 
by Patricia Joudry . © Patricia 
Joudry, Ltd.; 4Feb60; DU50491. 

LA SENAL QUE SE ESPERA; comedla drama- 
tlca en tres actos de Antonio Buero 
Vallejo. Madrid, Ediciones Alfil. 
(Colecclon teatro, no. 21) © Antonio 
Buero Vallejo; 10Dec52; DF1322. 

SENTRY; monologue by Fredric Brown. 
© M. Wltmark & Sons; 19Feb60; C1277*. 

LES SEQUESTRES D'ALTONA; piece en cinq 
actes par Jean-Paul Sartre. Paris. 
© Llbralrle Galllmard; 15Feb60; 
DFO-932. 

SERVICING AND ADJUSTING OIL-FIRED HEAT- 
ING EQUIPMENT WITH COMBUSTION TESTING 
METHODS; text for a service training 
program by Bacharach Industrial In- 
strument Co. © Bacharach Industrial 
Instrument Co.; 7Jan60: CI2658. 



SERVICING AND ADJUSTING OIL-FIRED HEAT- 
ING EQUIPMENT WITH COMBUSTION TESTING 
METHODS; text for a service training 
program by Bacharach Industrial In- 
strument Co. © Bacharach Industrial 
Instrument Co.; 13Jan60; C12668. 



763 ROSEDALE, a play in three acts by 
James Fredrick McQuilkin, pseud, of 
James A. MacQuilkln. © James A. 
MacQullkin; 22Jun60; DU51223. 

THE SEVEN STAGE ROCKET; script for a 
sound slldefllm In artwork and color, 
prepared for Goodyear Tire and Rubber 
Co. Writer, T. Sassano. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; HJan60; 
DU50330. 

THE SEVENTH PLANET, a play In three acts 
for television by Margaret Donald 
Stevens. ©Margaret D. Stevens; 
29Apr60; DU50897. 

A SHADE OF DIFFERENCE, a two act dramat- 
ic play by Talbert Hendricks Jennings. 
© Talbert Hendricks Jennings; 25AproO; 
DU50858. 

SHADOWS ON THE WALL. (Tramalnlng) A 
morality play by Ingmar Bergman. 
Translated by Randolph Goodman & Lelf 
SJoberg. © Randolph Goodman S: Lelf 
SJoberg; HApr60; DU50777. 

SHAKESPEARE DRINGEND GESUCHT, ein 
satlrlsches Lustsplel In drei Akten 
von Helnar Klpphardt. Munchen. 
© Drei Masken Verlag, G.M.B.H. ; 
30Apr60; DFO-955. 

SHAKESPEARE IN HARLEM, a theatrical 
montage in one act by Langston Hughes 
8c Robert Glenn. © Langston Hughes & 
Robert Glenn; 25Mar60; DU50697. 

SHAKESPEARE'S JULIUS CAESAR; presented 
as a tragedy and including for this 
purpose a new ending by Russell L. 
Craft. © Russell L. Craft; 19Jan60; 
DU50317 . 

SHARPEN THE PENCIL? Or, Sharpen the 
selling. 1 Recording script for the 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. © Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; 2May60; 
C12935. 

SHARPEN THE SELLING. SEE SHARPEN THE 
PENCIL. 

THE SHELL GAME; recording script for the 
Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. © Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; 2May60; 
C12898. 

THE SHELL GAME; slide film script by 
E. D. Bullard Co. © E. D. Bullard 
Co.; 23May60; C13051. 

SHERIFF SMITH; television series by Ess 
& Ess Productions, Inc. Episode 2. 
© Ess & Ess Productions, Inc.; 
24Mar60; DU50686. 

SHERIFF SMITH SERIES; television series 
by Ess & Ess Productions, Inc. 
Script 1. © Ess & Ess Productions, 
Inc.; 22Mar60; DU5Q675. 

SHINY LEGS, a play in three acts by 
Helen James (Helen James Robinson) 
© Helen James Robinson; 10Mar60; 
DU50649. 

SHOE BUTTON EYES, a play by Mary Ann 
Van Vooren. © Mary Ann Van Vooren; 
12Jan60; DU50250. 

SHOTS IN THE DARK; 3ort of a revue by 
Fran & Bob Felnberg (Frances G. & 
Robert E. Felnberg) and Arnold Falle- 
der. Text only. © Robert E. Feln- 
berg, Frances G. Felnberg, and Arnold 
Falleder; 29Feb60; DU50537. 



SHOW AND SELL; sound slldefllm shooting 
script for Montgomery Ward & Company, 
Training Department. Writer, Hal 
Secor. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
26May60; DU5H85. 

THE SHOW MUST GO ON; or, Buffalo Bill 
Cody meets Slippery Jake, a play in 
three acts written especially for the 
Pink Garter Theatre and the Jackson 
Hole Players of Jackson Hole, Wyoming 
by Ken Jon Booth. © Ken Jon Booth; 
Uun60; DP4052. 

SHOWTIME IN BUENOS AIRES.' A new concept 
in world-wide television programming 
by James G. Zea. ©CRT Productions, 
Inc.; llMar60; DU50986. 

THE SHRUGS OF GOD, a play In two acts by 
Edward McNamee. © Edward McNamee; 
23May60; DU51033. 

THE SHY INDIAN PRINCESS; musical skit 
in one act by Slgne Nygren, pseud, of 
Signe Koetzner. © Slgne Koetzner; 
9Dec59; DU50263. 

SHY SAMMY. SEE ALASKA INTERLUDE. 

SI LA FOULE NOUS VOIT ENSEMBLE; piece en 
5 actes de Claude Bal. (In L'avant- 
scene. Paris. Mar. 15, i960, p. 3-29) 
© Claude Bal; 15Mar60; DF0-944. 

SIBLING DEAR, a play In three acts by 
Daniel Hayes. © Daniel Hayes; 
20 Jan 60; DU503OO. 

THE SIGN OF JONAH. A play in nine 

scenes, by Guenter Rutenborn. Trans- 
lated from the German by George 
White. T. Nelson. © Guenter Ruten- 
born & George White; l).Jan60; Ai)23790. 

SILA HIPNOZY. SEE TEORIA I PRAKTYKA. 

THE SILVER CHORD. SEE MAN FROM 
BEYOND. 

SIMON SAYS, an original musical in two 
acts. Book, lyrics & music by Robert 
L. Dodge with incidental music by Lud- 
wig van Beethoven. © Robert L. Dodge; 
31May60; DU51067. 

SIMON THE CYRENE; or, Cross bearing. 
Address delivered by Cornelia G. 
DeHolland at sermon for Cyrene Order 
April, 1959 Sc I960. © Cornelia G. 
DeHolland; 2May60; C12946. 

SIMONE HEARS VOICES; play in eight 
scenes by Bertolt Brecht (Eugen 
Berthold Frledrlch Brecht) based on 
ideas of Bertolt Brecht & Lion 
Feuohtwanger. © Stefan S. Breoht; 
2May60; DU51123. 

SINAI, a play In one act by John 

Bertram. London. (French's acting 
edition) © Samuel French, Ltd.; 
I40ct59; DF1295. 

SIR GALAHAD AND THE GHOST, a play in one 
act by Charles Frlnk. © Charles W. 
Frink; 24Feb60; DU50748. 

SIR WHAT'S-HIS-NAME, a children's play 
In two act3 by Edward Ke3sell. 
© Edward Kessell; 25Jan60; DU50368. 

SISSY'S BRAUTFAHRT; Lustsplel In einem 
Vorspiel und drei Akten von Ernst 
Decsey und Gustav Holm, pseud, of 
Robert Weil. © Robert Weil; 23May60; 
DU51039. 

SIX CYLINDER LOVE. SEE FLY AWAY HOME. 

THE 6:10, a play In one act by Ernest 
Ellis. © Ernest Ellis; 25Jan60; 
DU50341. 

THE SIX WONDERFUL RECORDS OF FACTS; re- 
cording scripts by John D. Caddy. 
Vol.2. © John D. Caddy; 27May60; 
C13013. 



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3. SEE PROJECT: 
PROGRESS IN 1KB SIT^LING SIX I . 

SKI -WAY, a lecture I 
Vrll Parr;. 

P; original script for a half-hour 
film for television. Based on charac- 
ters and story by William E. Short k 
Norman i . Original teleplay 

by Earl Norman, pseud, of Norman Earl 
Thomson. . William Edison Short 4 
Norman Earl Thomson; 25Feb60; DU50525. 

SKI RIDE, a play In three acts by Robert 
Soaerfeld. O Robert Somerfeld; 
l»Jai>60; DU50265. 

SKT RIDE, a play In three acts by Robert 
Soaerfeld. NM: revisions. © Robert 
Somerfeld; 28MaroO; DU5- 

THE SET WATCHERS, a play by Erwln 
Nicholson. O Erwln Nicholson; 
13Jan60; DU50259. 

THB SKY'S THE LIMIT, a comedy drama In 
3 acts by LeRoma Eshbach Oreth. 
(Eldrldge 3-act playscripts) O El- 
drldge Pub. Co.; 15Sep59; DP39*0. 

SLEEP MY PRETTY ONE, a play In three 
acta by Pranklln N. Gould. © Pranklln 
N. Oould; 31May60; DU51066. 

THE SLEEPINO BEAUTY, a play In three 
acta by Elizabeth Goodwyn 4 Helen 
Jordan. Nuaic by Preda Berla. Text 
only. © Elizabeth Ooodwyn 4 Helen 
Jordan; 7Apr60; DU50759. 

SLEEPINO BEAOTY, a play In three acts by 
V. C. Cllnton-Baddeley with music by 
Julian Leigh 4 Courtney Kenny. Book 4 
lyrics only. London, S. Prench. 
(Preneh's acting edition) © V. C. 
Cllnton-Baddeley; 3Nov59; DP1292- 

SLFFPIN". BEAUTY. SEK CHOflBOORAPHIC 
ROTATION POR VARIATIONS I, II, III, 
IV, V, AND VI OF PAS DE SIX, PHOH 
PROLOGUE OP BALLET SLEEPING BEAUTY. 

SMARTEST GIRL IN TOWN; mualcal comedy In 
two acta. Book 4 lyrics by Judy 
Magee, pseud, of Gertrude Lane Magee; 
music by Jay Calkins. © Judy Magee & 
Jay Calkins; 26Apr60; DU50882. 

THE SMARTEST TRIPLE-PLAY; radio copy for 
Maryland Plymouth Dealers Advertising 
Assn. from Edward Prager Advertising 
Agency. © Edward Hess Prager; 
17Jun60; C 1304 2. 

SNEEZERBAD, a children's play in two 
acts by Prank Dahl. © Frank L. Dahl; 
7Apr60; DU50754. 

THE SNOW MAIDEN, an original comedy by 
B. P. Dunn. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU3550O. NM: revisions. © Becca 
Plzell Dunn & John Russell Dunn; 
HJan60; DU50245. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARPS, a play 
for hand puppets or marionettes, in 
four acts by Helen Halman Joseph. 
© Puppeteers of America; lAug59; 
DP3927 . 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS; adapta- 
tion by Maria Ray & Lyle Kenyon Engel. 
© Maria Ray & Lyle Kenyon Engel; 
26Apr60; C12866. 

30 YOUNG, SO STRONG; screenplay by John 
W. Anderson. B John W. Anderson; 
2?Peb60; DU50533. 



SOCIO-DRAKA ON ROLE OP WOMEN, by Mary P. 
Schaefer (Mrs. Robert T. Schaefer, 
Jr.) ©Mary P. Schaefer; HMay€0; 
DU50968. 



SOLICITATION, a play In one scene by 
John P. Sullivan. © John P. Sullivan, 
Jr.; 19May60; DU51026. 

SOLICITRESS; monologue by Johnny Gunn. 
M. Wltmark 4 Sons; 19Peb60; C12778. 

SOLITAIRE; piece en trols actes de 
Robert Hammond. Adaptation francalse 
de Joseph Klrby 4 others. © Robert 
Morris Hammond; 22Jun60; DU51253. 

SOMA, a cursory Illusion in one act, 
■e scenes by Melvln Mendelow. 
© Melvln Mendelow; 20Jun60; DU51203. 

SOME NOTES ON PREVENTING S UITS POR 
MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE: A LECTURE TO 
MEDICAL SOCIETIES, by Prank Rlggall. 
© Prank Rlggall; lSJanoO; C12673. 

SOMEDAY, a play In three scenes by Patrl 
Vance (Patricia Vance) © Patricia 
Vance; 17Peb60; DU50486. 

SOMETHING GOOD, a play In three acts by 
Maxlne Plelachman (Mrs. Roy Philip 
Plelschman) D Maxlne Pleischraan; 
llPeboO; DU50505. 

A SOMETIME THING, a drama In one act by 
James Llneberger. © Samuel Prench, 
Inc.; 12Nov59; DP4009. 

SOMETIMES I'M HAPPY, a light comedy In 
three acts by Ralph Bobb. © Sydney 
Ralph Bobb; 19Jan60; DU5O290. 

A SON IS BORN, a play In three acts and 
eleven scenes by Ivan Sokoloff. 
© Ivan Sokoloff; HApr60; DU50767. 

UN SONADOR PARA UN PUEBLO; version 11- 
bre de un eplaodlo hlstorlco en dos 
partes de Antonio Buero Vallejo. 
Madrid, Edlclones Alfll. (Colecclon 
teatro, no. 235, extra) O Antonio 
Buero Vallejo; 15Dec59; DPO-923. 

SONG OP MOSES; dramatization in one act 
based on Old testament history by 
Cathryn Hodgson, pseud, of Donna 
Marjorle OJertson. B Donna M. 
OJertson; 8Peb60; DU504J1. 

SONG OF THE MUTES, a drama In two parts 
by Robert Baron, pseud, of Robert C. 
Wright. © Robert Baron; 28Apr60; 
DU50887 . 

SONGS WITHOUT WORDS, a two act musical 
dramatization of the life of Felix 
Mendelssohn by Paul Burton-Mercur. 
Text only. © Paul Burton-Mercur; 
14Mar60; DU50625. 

SORCERY. SEE ZAUBEREI. 

THE SOUL OP THE GREAT BELL. SEE 
KO-NGAI. 

THE SOUND OP MUSIC, a play In two acts. 
Music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by 
Oscar Hamraersteln 2d. Book by Howard 
Lindsay 4 Russel Crouse. Text only. 
© Howard Lindsay & Russel Crouse; 
23Feb60; DU50540. 

SOUND OF THE GUINEA, a stage play in 
three acts. A racial drama by Heti Em 
Kook, pseud, of Hettle M. Cook, Anni- 
mary Cook Wright (Mrs. Franklyn 
Wright) & Hettie Jean Cook Taub (Mr3. 
Daniel V. Taub) © Hettie M. Cook, 
Annlmary Wright & Hettie Jean Taub; 
2Mar60; DU50749. 

SOUNDS OP HEALTH; script for use with 
recordings by Joel Charles, pseud, 
of Joel Charles Blumensteln. 
© Joel Charles; 20Jan60; C12675. 

LE SPECTATEUR NOCTURNE; dialogue 
dramatique en U. pties, by Roger 
Peyrefitte. Paris. © Flararaarion; 
12May60; AFO-30795. 



SPIDER IN A PORCELAIN SINK, a tragedy In 
five scenes by Charles A. Watson. 
© Charles A. Watson; 6jun60; DU51120. 

SPINNERY. SEE SPTNNSTUBE. 

SPINNSTUBE. (Szekely fono) (Splnnery) 
Eln ungarlsches Lebensblld aus 
Slebenbtlrgen von Zoltan Kodaly. 
Klavlerauazug mlt Gesang vora 
Komponlsten. Deutscher Text von 
Benedikt Szabolcsi. English version 
by Elisabeth M. Lockwood. Wien. 
German, Hungarian 4 English. NM: 
English text. C Universal Edition, 
A.O.; 8jan37; DF132 1 *. 

THE SPIRIT OF DEERE 4 COMPANY; script 
for a 12-15 minute motion picture pre- 
pared for Deere & Co. Writer, Tom 
Byrnes. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. <0 Wilding, Inc.; 
6jun60; C13034. 

THE SPIRIT OF THE BENCHES; address by 
Herbert A. Schloss. tj Herbert A. 
Schloss; lJJanoO; CI2698. 

SPITE OF THE DEVIL, a play in two acts. 
Adaptation by Jane Hlnton (Jane Hlnton 
Gates) of the Prench comedy On 
s'almera dedans la tombe by Jean 
Blondel. B Jane Hlnton Oatea; 
23Peb60; DU5O507. 

THE SPLENDID OUTCASTS, a play in three 
acts by Rosemary Anne Sisson. (In 
Plays of the year. London. Vol.19, 
p. 219-317) <t> Rosemary Anne Sisson; 
29Jan60 (In notice: 1959); DFO-956. 

SPLIT SECOND, a play In two acts by 
Allen Vincent based on an idea by 
Peter Johnson. O Allen Vincent; 
3Jun60; DU51193. 

SPOOK LODGE, a mystery comedy In one act 
by Esther Beeby. © Esther Beeby; 
28Mar60; DU50715- 

SPORTS IS A GOOD WAY TO PLAY ACTIVE 
OAMES; monologue by Dayton Allen. 
© Dayton Allen; 23Mar60; C12813. 

SPORTSPLAY PREDICTIONS SAMPLE PROGRAM, 
originated by James M. McGuire. 
© James M. McGuire; 29Dec59; C12685. 

SPRING; Monolog with sound effects by 
Lewis Barker, pseud, of Lewis Barker 
Cooper. O Lewis Barker Cooper; 
3Feb60; C12711. 

SPRING COMES TO SLICK. SEE CARSON P. 
FRUrTMOUND: SPRING COMES TO SLICK. 

SPRING LIGHTNING, a play In three acts 
by Samuel J. Warshawsky. Prev. reg. 
as Judgement, 4jun27, D79990; 7Jun54, 
R131449. NM: revisions. © Samuel J. 
Warshawsky; 31Mar60; DU50725. 

SPRING'S AWAKENING, a tragedy of child- 
hood In three acts by Frank Wedekind. 
English version by Eric Bentley. (in 
The modern theatre, vol.6, p. 95-163) 
© Eric Bentley; 3Mar60; DP3985. 

LA STAGIONE DELLE ALBICOCCHE; commedla 
in tre attl dl Aldo NlcolaJ . (In 
Rldotto. Roma. Feb. 1958, p. 19-40) 
© Aldo NicolaJ; 15Peb5B; DF1282. 

STAINLESS STEEL TAILORED TO THE JOB, a 
shooting script for a motion picture 
prepared for Republic Steel Corp., 
Alloy Steel Division, Masslllon, Ohio. 
Writer, Junius Eddy. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Wilding, Inc.; 26May60j C13026. 

STAIRS- OP SAND, a tragedy in three acts 
by Dorothe Long Bonslgnore. © Dorothe 
Long Bonslgnore; 9May60; DU50958. 



30 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



STALIN ALLEE, a comedy In three acts by 
Albert Mannhelmer & Frederick Kohner. 
S. French. Appl. states prev. reg. In 
1957. © Albert Mannhelmer & Frederick 
Kohner; 3Nov59; DP4008. 

STAR ATHLETE HAS REAL CLASS; radio copy 
for Maryland Plymouth Dealers Adver- 
tising Assn. from Edward Prager Adver- 
tising Agency. © Edward Hess Prager; 
17Jun60; C13044. 

STAR-FLIGHT: A play in one act by 
Melvln Mendelow. © Melvln Mendelow; 
20Jun6O; DU51204. 

THE STAR OF JOY, a Christmas worship 
service for the whole church with 
optional color film strip, 35 mm. 
Text written and compiled by Frank L. 
Cross. Music composed by John M. 
Rasley. Appl. author: Lorenz Pub. 
Co., employer for hire. © Lorenz Pub. 
Co.; 26May60; DP4034. 

STAR OF THE MORNING, a new play In three 
acts by Loften Mitchell. Original 
music by Louis Mitchell; lyrics by 
Romare Bearden; additional lyrics by 
Clyde Fox. © Loften Mitchell & Louis 
Mitchell; l6Feb60; DU50482. 



THE STARLIGHT PATH, by Fred T. Gllley. 
© Progressive Farmer Co.; 15Nov59; 
DP3928. 

THE STARS ARE NOT PURE, a play In three 
acts written by John McDonnell. 
© John McDonnell; 25Apr60; DU50862. 



START AS A CHILD. 
LEAH CATTLE. 



SEE ONE OF PHARAOH 1 S 



THE STATE OF INIQUITY; television series 
by Nils Nordstrom, Jr. Script no.l: 
Death of the Mafia. © Nils Nordstrom, 
Jr.; 24Mar60; DU50683. 

THE STAUNTON AFFAIR; screenplay In three 
acts by Arthur North. © Arthur L. 
North; 21Apr60; DU50853. 

STAY IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT; recording 
script for the Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion by Jam Handy Organization. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12903. 

STAY ON THE RIG, a monograph by Lester 
L. Williams. © Lester L. Williams; 
15Feb60; C12726. 

THE STEPHEN FOSTER STORY, a symphonic 
drama in two acts based on the life 
and music of the composer by Paul 
Green. Book & lyrics only. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 17Feb60; DP4014. 

THE STILL SMALL VOICE, a presentation 
by Campbell, Emery, Haughey & Lutklns, 
Inc., creative advertisers, prepared 
for presentation by sound recording 
and film slides. © Campbell, Emery, 
Haughey & Lutklns, Inc.; 3Jun60; 
C13029. 



THE STONE AGE. 
OF ART, 1. 



SEE THE GREAT WORKS 



THE STONE CUTTER, a play in one act by 
Carol K. Anthony. © Carol K. Anthony; 
26Feb60; DU5O5.38. 

STOP AT NOTHING. SEE HIGH SEAS. 

STOP, LOOK, AND BUY.' Motion picture 
script prepared for Pittsburgh Plate 
Glass Co. Writer, John Davenport. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 26May60; 
C13024. 

THE STORM, an original play In ten 
scenes by John Innez, pseud, of John 
A. Hlnes. © John Innez; 7Apr60; 
DU50761. 



THE STORM AND OTHER RUSSIAN PLAYS. 
David Magarshack, translator. Hill 
& Wang. (A Mermaid dranabook, MD18) 
NM: translation. © David Magarshack; 
23Feb60; Al*3^oOS. 

THE STORY CONFERENCE, a play by Erich 
Segal. © Erich W. Segal; 26jan60; 
DU5-0356. 

THE STORY OF JEANES SUPERVISION IN CAS- 
WELL COUNTY, a play In fifteen scenes 
by T. C. Beam. © T. C. Beam; 17Mar60; 
DP3997. 

THE STORY OF JOSEPH, a play in one scene 
with music by Sally Sallee. © Sally 
Frey Sallee; 7Mar60; DU5O583. 

THE STORY OF MISSY T-T-T-TINKLE AND 
MASTER J-J-J-JINGLE, by Roberta Iris 
Phillips. Text only. © Roberta Iris 
Phillips; l8Dec59; C12644. 

THE STORY OF MOSES, a play In one scene 
with music by Sally Sallee. © Sally 
Frey Sallee; 7Mar60; DU50584. 

THE STORY OF UMI, a Hawaiian play of the 
fifteenth century, in two acts by 
Jean Chariot. © Jean Chariot; 7Jan60; 
DU50232. 

THE STORY OF YANKEE DOODLE, a play with 
music in two acts by Dee Henoch & Lois 
Lowy. Text only. © Lois Lowy & Dee 
Henoch; 24Feb60; DU50521. 

STRANGE LAND OF SNIMATIV, a farcical, 
lyrical fantasy in four acts by Musee 
A. Brahms, pseud, of Raymon W. Marpol. 
© Raymon W. Marpol; 4Feb6>0; DU50503. 

STRANGERS AND KIN, a play In three 
acts by Patrick J. Farrell. © Pat- 
rick J. Farrell; 12Feb60; DU50455. 

STREETS OF THE CITY; scripts for a 

radio series by Florence P. Slmlster. 
Vol.8, nos. 1-104. © Florence P. 
Slml3ter; 2Mar60; C12796. 

STRICTLY LEGIT, a comedy with music in 
two acts. Book by Frank Moffett 
Mosler from a story by Lou Vada. 
Music by Bennie Benjamin Sc Sol Marcus; 
lyrics by Benjamin & others. © Barry 
Buchanan; 29Apr60; DU50899. 

THE STROKE OF MIDNIGHT, a revue in two 
acts, consisting of sketches, black- 
outs, pantomimes & other material, by 
John M. Fuhrmann & Ralph 0. Baird. 
© John M. Fuhrmann & Ralph 0. Baird; 
7Jan60; DU50233. 

THE STRONGER, a play in one scene by 
August Strlndberg. Translated from 
the Swedish by Arvld Paulson. © Arvid 
Paulson; 19Jan60; DU50296. 

A STUDY IN CURVES; scenario by Lytle 
Corp. © Lytle Corp.; 6jan60; C12657. 

DIE STUHLE DES HERRN SZMIL; Satire von 
Heinar Klpphardt. Miinchen. © Drel 
Masken Verlag, G.M.B.H. ; 29Feb60; 
DFO-954. 

SUBJECT: DISPOSALS, the script for a 
sound slidefilm prepared for General 
Electric Co., Appliance Park, Louis- 
ville, Ky. Writer, Sam Beall. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 26May60: 
C13019. 

SUBJECT: 196l DISHWASHERS AND PROGRAM, 
the script for a sound slidefilm pre- 
pared for Appliance Park, General 
Electric Co., Louisville, Ky. Writer, 
Samuel Beall. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Wilding, 
Inc . ; 26May60 ; C13017 . 

SUBJECT: WATER HEATERS, the script for a 
sound slidefilm prepared for General 
Electric Co., Appliance Park, Louis- 



vllle, Ky. Writer, Sam Beall. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 26May60; 
C 130 18. 

SUBLIMINAL COUNSELING; chlldrens tape 
no. 8-17 and resume. By Richard K. 
Anderson. 11 nos. © Richard K. An- 
derson; 8Feb60; C12728. 

THE SUBSTITUTE BRIDE; or, The laying of 
Thryra, a play with music in two scenes 
by Hugh Pendexter III. Text only. 
© Hugh Pendexter III; 5May60; DU50942. 

SUBURBAN ON THE ROCKS, an original musi- 
cal comedy in three acts. Book & 
lyrics by Faye Raymon; music by 
Madeline Jungrels. © Faye Raymon & 
Madeline Jungrels; 31Mar60; DU50799. 

SUBURBAN SAUCE, a comedy in four acts 
by George B. Francis. © George B. 
Francis; 27Jan60; DU50381. 

SUCCESS OF FAILURE; drama in three acts 
by Ezlo Talarlco. © Ezlo Talarlco; 
HJan60; DU50248. 

THE SUCCESSOR, a play In two acts by 
George Bemberg. © George Bemberg; 
2May60; DU50917. 

SUMMER AND STOCK, a one-act farce by 
John Healy. (Eldridge popular one- 
act playscripts) © Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
15Sep59; DP3941. 

A SUMMER EXCURSION, a musical melo-drama 
in two acts written by Wm. F. Helwig, 
Sr. & Judson B. Reece. Text only. 
© William Franz Helwig & Judson B. 
Reece; 23Feb60; DU50516. 

THE SUN CITY TRAGEDY, a play in three 
parts by George H. Hill. © George 
Henry Hill, Jr.; 27May60; DU51063. 



THE SUN IS DARK. 
MORNING. 



SEE BEFORE THE 



SUNDAY IN MOSCOW, a two-act comedy by 
Victor Rozov. Translated from the 
Russian by Gala Solovleva, p3eud. of 
Gala Barbisan. © Gala Barblsan; 
25Jan60; DU50366. 



THE SURFACE YOU BUY IS THE SURFACE YOU 
KEEP; sound slidefilm shooting script, 
prepared for Flooring Division, The 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company. 
Writer, Hal Secor. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Wilding, Inc.; HJan60; DU50333. 

SURVEY OF RADAR DEVELOPMENTS; lectures 
no. 2 & 3 by Merrill I. Skolnik. 
© Merrill I. Skolnik; 17Jun60; C13073. 

SURVIVAL. SEE QUEEN OF THE AMAZONS: 
SURVIVAL. 

SUTTON PLACE, a musical spoof in two 
acts. Music by Bruce Prince-Joseph. 
Original book and lyrics by Robert 
Leaf & Bruce Prince-Jo3eph. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Bruce Prince- 
Joseph & Robert Leaf; l6Feb60; 
DU50473. 

SWAP THE KNOW-HOW PROGRAM: NO RESPECT; 
recording script for the Pontlac Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization^ 
© Pontlac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12921. 

SWAP THE KNOW-HOW PROGRAM: PROFITS; 

recording script for the Pontlac Motor 
Division by Jam Handy Organization. 
© Pontlac Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12936. 

SWAP THE KNOW-HOW PROGRAM: RELATIVES AND 
BUDDIES; recording script for the 
Pontlac Motor Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. © Pontlac Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; 2May60; 
C12926. 






CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



SWAP THE KNOW-HOW PROGRAM: THE COASTER; 
recording script for the Pontlac Motor 

.is Ion by Jan Handy Organization. 
O Pontlac Motor Division, Oeneral 
Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12920. 

SWAP THE KNOW-HOW PROGRAM: THE CREAM 
SKIXMER; recording script for the 
Pontlac Motor Division by Jan Handy 
Organization. O Pontlac Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; 2May60; 
C129*3. 

SWAP THE KNOW-HOW PROGRAM: WEAK SALES 
MANAGEMENT; recording script for the 
Pontlac Motor Division by Jan Handy 
Organization. O Pontlac Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; 2May60; 
C129**. 

THE SWEET ARROGANCE, a play In five acts 
by Bobble Lee. O Bobble Lee; 16M 
DU51056. 

SWEET BIRD 0? YOUTE; a play In 3 acts 
by Tennessee Wlllior.s. (A New direc- 
tions book) NM: additions * revi- 
sions. ": Two Rivers Enterprises, 
Inc.; 2UNot50; Ai»2Ui*35. 

SWEET DREAMS AND COCONUTS, a comedy In 
two acts by Nathaniel Lande, pseud, cf 
Nathaniel Lande Greenblatt. C Nathan- 
iel Lande Oreenblatt; 23Har60; DU50679. 

THE SWEET FLYPAPER OP LIFE; screen 
treatment and complete dialogue by 
Wllllaa Greaves. Based upon the book 
by Langston Hughes 4 Roy De Carava. 
MM: revisions. C William Greaves; 
24May60; DOS 1045. 

THE SYSTEM; shooting script for a sound 
motion picture In black 4 white, pre- 
pared for The Alloy Steel Division, 
Republic Steel Corporation. Writer, 
Junius Eddy. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. O Wilding, 
Inc.; llJanoO; DU50329. 

A SYSTEM FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGERIAL CON- 
TROL OP MANUFACTURING. (The MC sys- 
tem) A lecture for oral delivery In 
periodic meetings, by Spencer A. 
Tucker. © Spencer A. Tucker; 30Nov59; 
C12678. 

3H0. SEE SPINNSTUBE. 



T A C: TEACHER AUDIO CENTER SYSTEM. 
SK C A C: CLASSROOM AUDIO CEN~R 
SYSTEM. 

TAKE A NUMBER, an original revival In 
two acts. Music by Bob Slawson 
(Robert E. Slawson) Book and lyrics 
by Gloria 4 Bob Slawson. © Robert E. 
Slawson 4 Olorla Slawson; 6jun60; 
DU51113. 

TAKE FIVE, DEMONSTRATE— TELL AND SELL; 
recording script for the Chevrolet 
Motor Division by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. © Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12904. 

TALES OF BLOOMENCRANTZ, a drama In three 
acts by Roland N. Karlen. © Roland N. 
Karlen; 26Apr60; DU50878. 

TALES OF THE CHINA SEAS, an original 
television play by Jack Lord. Chap- 
ter 1. © Jack Lord; 13Jun60; DU51145. 

TALKING TO GOD, by Barry Joseph 

Balllster. © Barry Joseph Balllster; 
20May60; C 13003. 

TALL, QUIET, STRANGER; dialogue with 
music by Nick Greene, pseud, of J. B. 
Greene, and others. © J. B. Greene; 
30Mar60; C12854. 



TALL STORY; play In three acts by Howard 
Lindsay 4 Russel Crouse. Suggested by 
The homecoming game by Howard Neraerov. 
Acting ed. Dramatists Play Service. 
NM: additions i revisions. C Howard 
Lindsay 4 Russel Crouse; 2May60; 
DP402O. 

TANKERS BREAK THROUGH; verses with music 
by Edward S. Brewster. NM: additions. 
© Edward Sumner Brewster; 5Apr60; 
C12858. 

DER TANTE'S BAR MIT2VAH, a play In one 
act by Sara Lea Dunn. C Sara Lea 
Dunn; 24Peb60; DU50520. 

C A ..-: : 
. 

TEACHING GUIDE FOR SPANISH: THE K. 

'..ARY SCHClL— KINDEPOARTEh THROUGH 
GRADE SIX. SEE SCRIPT TO PE RE- 
CORDED ON TAPE FOR TEACHING GUIDE 
FOR SPANISH. 

TEEN STARS AND STRIKES; script for a 
television series by Vldeoways. 
© Vldeoways, Inc.; 60ct59; C12467. 

THE TELEPHONE OPERATOR; dialogue by 
Dallas Williams 4 Charles Stewart. 
O M. Wltmark 4 Sons; 9Peb60; C12737. 

TELEVISION PARODY; script In 5 episodes 
by Ray Wencll (Raymond H. Wencll) 
© Raymond H. Wencll; 6Jan60; C12654. 

TELL US OP CHRISTMAS, a Christmas 
cantata-pageant. Book by Dorothy 
Lehman Sumerau; music by Ellen Jane 
Lorenz. Appl. author: Lorenz Pub. 
Co., employer for hire of Ellen Jane 
Lorenz. © Lorenz Pub. Co.; 31May60; 
■ '42. 

TEMPEST TWO, a play In three acta by 
W. H. Prosser. O William H. Prosser; 
30Jun60; DU51262. 

TEN CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, a play In three 
acts by Elizabeth Karp. ci Elizabeth 
Karp; 29Peb60; DU50545. 

TEN FEET TALL; sound slldefllm shooting 
script for Marlon Power Shovel Com- 
pany, Marlon, Ohio. Writer, Hal Secor. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 26May60; 
DU51177. 

TENA, a musical play In two acts. Book, 
music, and lyrics by Edward Raskin. 
Adapted from John D. Fitzgerald's 
novel Mamma's boarding house. © Ed- 
ward Raskin 4 John D. Fitzgerald; 
29Feb60; DU50550. 

THE TENTH MAN, a play In three acts by 
Paddy Chayefsky. © SPD Productions, 
Inc.; UFeboO; DU50446. 



THE TENTH MAN, a play In three acts by 
Paddy Chayefsky. NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Paddy Chayefsky; 21Jun60; 
DU51212. 

TEORIA I PRAKTYKA. Theory and practice. 
(Si la hlprozy) Kdmedla w trzech 
aktach. A<" head of title: Antonl 
Cwojdzlnskl. © Antonl Cwojdzlnskl; 
5Jan60; DU5U216. 

TERMITE CONTROL; 60 sec. radio spots by 
Orkln Exterminating Co. Scripts van 
1-6. © Orkln Exterminating Co., Inc.; 
llMay60; C12970. 

TERMITE CONTROL; 30 sec. radio spots by 
Orkln Exterminating Co. Scripts van 
9, 10, 41 & 42. © Orkln Exterminating 
Co., Inc.; HMay60; C12968. 

TERMITE SWARMING; 60 sec. radio spots by 
Orkin Exterminating Co. Scripts van 
1-5. © Orkin Exterminating Co., Inc.; 
llMay60; C12967. 



TERMITE SWARMING; 30 Bee. radio spots by 
Orkln Exterminating Co. Scripts van 
1-8. © Orkln Exterminating Co., Inc.; 
HMay60; CI 2969. 

TERRORE NELL' ISOLA VERDE; drarama In 
3 attl e 5 quadri dl Qastone Tanzl. 
© Gastone Tanzl; 8Jan60; DU50258. 

TEXT FOR TEACHING READING; recording 
script by Benjamin H. Nelden. 
© Benjamin H. Nelden; 28Apr60; C12991. 

THANKS FOR THE MOOD, a television play 
in three acts by Joe Marks, pseud, of 
Irving L. Marks. © Irving L. Marks; 
lMar60; DU50562. 

THAT GIRL POLITICIAN, a play in three 
acts by George A. Simonds. © George 
A. Sljnonds; 23Jun60; DU51239. 

THAT UNFORGIVING MINUTE, an original 
lecture by Charles F. Austin. 
© Charles F. Austin; 10May60; CI2963. 

THAT'S LIFE, a one act play for two 

women by John E. Schroeder. © John E. 
Schroeder; 23May60; DU51075. 

THAT'S THE TICKET, a musical screenplay 
by Robert Trout. Text only. © Robert 
Trout; lMaroO; DU50559. 

THEATRE, I, by Sacha Guitry. Ed. 
rev. et augm. Paris. © Llvre 
Contemporaln; 21Sep59; AF0-29666. 

THEATRE PARTY, a sketch by Kerry Smith, 
pseud, of Frederick W. Smith. 
© Prederlok W. Smith; 9Mar60; DU50801. 

THEATRE, TOME I BIS: L'homme enchaine, 
La prlsonnlere; par Edouard Bourdet. 
Ed. rev. et aug. par Denlse Bourdet. 
Paris. © Llbralrle Stock, Delamaln 
Boutelleau; 31Dec59; DFO-928. 

A THEOLOGICAL LIGHT IN DARK CORNERS, a 
play In one act and six scenes by 
R. J. Martin. © R. J. Martin; 
17Mar60; DU50656. 

THFORY AND PRACTICE. SEE THEORIA I 
PRAKTYKA. 

THEORY AND PRACTICE OF REACTOR DESIGN, 
a series of lectures by Harold 
Etherlngton. © Harold Etherlngton; 
23Dec59; C12686. 

THERE'S MORE THAN ONE WAY TO SKIN A CAT, 
a radio fantasy suggested by one of 
Grimm's Talry tales by Edward McMannla. 
© Edward McMannls; 5Apr60; DU50796. 

THEY BRING 'EM BACK.' Recording script 
for the Oldamoblle Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Oldsraoblle 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12886. 

THEY CALL IT LOVE, a play in three acts 
by Anne Green (Anne G. Asch) © Anne 
G. Asch; 6jan60; DU50227. 

THEY SHALL INHERIT THE SPOILS, a televi- 
sion play In three acts by Daniel 
O'Conner. © Daniel Patrick O'Connor; 
2Jun60; DU51093. 

THE THIRD FORCE, THE CONQUEST OF COMMU- 
NISM; sermon by Robert F. Drucker. 
© Robert F. Drucker; l4Mar60; C12802. 

13 DAUGHTERS, a Hawaiian musical in two 
acts. Book, music & lyrics by Eaton 
Magoon, Jr. Text only. Appl. 3tates 
prev. reg. DU39671 & DU40978 In 1955, 
DU42903 in 1956 & DU44835 In 1957. 
NM: revisions. © Eaton Magoon, Jr.; 
20Jan60; DU50304. 

THIS HEADY WINE, a musical show. Book, 
music and lyrics by Bernard H. Fried- 
man. Text only. © Bernard H. Fried- 
man; 27May60; DU51126. 



32 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



THIS IS DANVILLE, an original musical In 
two acts presented by the students of 
Iona Grammar School, New Rochelle, 
N. Y. Music and lyrics by William P. 
Taggart & M. D. Qulnn. Writer, M. D. 
Qulnn. © Iona Grammar School & Will- 
lam P. Taggart; 4Mar60; DU50579. 

THIS IS DUKANE; script for sound slide - 
film in color for the Dukane Corp. 
Writer: Adrian Gendot . Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
©Wilding, Inc.; Iljan60; C12693. 

THIS IS OUR LIFE, a comedy in three acta 
by Alan Gorg. © Alan Gorg; 24Mar60j 
DU50685. 

THIS IS THE STORY OF WALTER SMITH AND 
HIS FAMILY AND HIS INCOME, by Cather- 
ine Gorman. © Catherine Gorman; 
7Jun60; C13030. 

THIS IS WHERE I CAME IN, a play in two 
acts by Kenneth Mays & Peter Ramsey, 
pseud, of Robert Melancon. © Kenneth 
Mays 4 Robert Melancon; l4Mar60; 
DU50618. 

THIS IS YOUR STORY LADY TELLING YOU THE 
LEGEND OF THE POPPY AND THE CORN- 
FLOWER, and 9 other stories retold by 
Bessie Ralston. © Be33le Ralston; 
13Jan60; C12700. 



THIS NATION UNDER GOD (Radio program) 
© Carl James Breltfeller & Donald 
Fabian Sheehy . 
Talk no. 

1. Are we really a nation under Ood? 
© 2Feb60; C12712. 

2. The murderer. © 2Feb50; C12713. 

3. Death row. © 2Peb60; C12716. 

4. An execution. © 2Feb60; C12714. 

5. Reprieve. © 2Feb60; C12715. 

THIS TOO WAS A LIFE, a play In twelve 
scenes by Max Moskowltz. Adapted by 
Alice de S003 Erblt. © Max Moskowltz; 
lFeboO; DU50504. 

THOSE HALOED HOLIDAYS, a one act comedy 
by LaMont Bench. LaMont Bench; 
3Feb60; DU50407. 

A THOUGHT FOR THE DAY; script for a 
television or radio commercial by 
J. Dayner Roman. Feb. 15, i960. 
© J. Dayner Roman & Associates; 
15Feb60; CI2769. 

THREE ABED, a comedy In four acts by 
J. Perrlll Beard & Virginia T. Kane, 
pseud, of Virginia A. Thompson. 
© John Perrlll Beard & Virginia T. 
Kane; 27Jun60; DU51247. 

THREE BY TWO, a play In three acts tak- 
ing place at the Deauvllle Hotel In 
New York City on a Thursday, Friday, 
Saturday, and Sunday of late November 
by Gloria Vanderbllt. © Gloria Van- 
derbllt; 7Mar60; DU5O585. 

THREE GREAT GREEK PLAYS: Agamemnon, 
translated by E. D. A. Morshead; 
Oedipus the king, translated by 
R. C. Jebb; Hippolytus, translated 
by E. P. Coleridge. Lyman Bryson, 
editor. (A Premier book, d90) 
© Fawcett Publications, Inc.; 
lljMar6o; Alj45933. 

THREE KNOW TRUMP, a television comedy In 
3 acts by Elva Mangold (E. P. Maxwell 
Mangold) © Elva P. Mangold; 17Mar60; 
DU50652. 

THE THREE MAJOR CLASSES OF STAINLESS 
STEEL, a shooting script for a motion 
picture in color, prepared for Repub- 
lic Steel Corp., Alloy Steel Division. 
Writer: Junius Eddy. (The family of 
3talnless steels, pt.l) Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Wilding, Inc.; HJan60; C12687. 



THREE MEN IN A TUB, in one scene by 

Ernest L. Pragst. © Ernest L. Pragst; 
6jun60; DU51106. 

THREE NEEDLES IN A HAYSTACK, a comedy in 
three acts by Bill (William) 4 Marcle 
(Margaret) McCreary. S. French. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Overlooked 
under oath, 1959. NM: revisions. 
© William & Margaret McCreary; 
l6Feb60; DP4011. 

THREE PINK LEPRECHAUNS, in three acts. 
Libretto by Edith M. Quick & music by 
James 0. Flue key. © Eldridge Pub. 
Co.; 260ct59; DP3946. 

THREE TO MAKE READY, a play in three 
acts by Bryce Runyon. © Bryce Run- 
yon; 4Feb60; DU50413. 

A THREE WEEK TRAGEDY; teleplay with 
music by Warren Schor. Text only. 
Warren Schor; 8Feb60; DU50433. 

THE THREE WISHES, a play for puppets. 
First episode in a series for televi- 
sion by George Speer. © George A. 
Speer; 7Jan60; DU50230. 

THE THREE WISHES, a television play for 
puppet3. Fourth episode In a serle3 
by George Speer. © George A. Speer; 
22Jan60; DU50327. 

TICK TOCK TOWN, a musical play by Pa- 
tricia Emery (Patricia E. Bernheim) 
© Patricia Bernheim; l8Feb60; DU50494. 

TIDE OF FURY, a play in approx. 90 min. 
of John Wilkes Booth and his assassi- 
nation of Lincoln written by John 
Perrlll Beard & Virginia T. Kane, 
pseud, of Virginia A. Thompson. 
© John Perrlll Beard & Virginia T. 
Kane; 2Mar60; DU50569. 

THE TIGER GENERAL: HSIEH JENKWEI. A 
Chinese historical and costume play 
in 3 acts with 3ong-poems written by 
Hsleh Itzen, pseud, of Yee C. Zia. 
© Yee C. Zla; 15Feb60; DU50481. 

TILL TIGERS WEEP, a play In two parts by 
Daniel J. Bellew. © Daniel Joseph 
Bellew; l6jun60; DU51170. 

TIME OF CRISIS; shooting Bcrlpt for a 
slide motion picture In full color 
presenting Pure's i960 advertising 
and sales promotion program. Writer, 
John Davenport. Appl. author: Wil- 
ding, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Wilding, Inc.; 8Feb60; DU50484. 

TIME OF DESSERT; or. The young and the 

old, a play in two acts by Charles A. 

Watson. © Charles A. Watson; 13Jun60; 
DU51150. 

A TIME OF MINOR MIRACLES, a one-act 
Christmas play by Jack Blacklock. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 2Jun60; DP4037. 

THE TIME PREDICTED, a play with music 
about a young Greek sceptic who en- 
countered some Christians In the first 
century A.D. in three acts and an epi- 
logue by Pat Gilbert -Read (Dorothy 
Florence Patricia Read) Text only. 
© Pat Gilbert -Read; 12Apr60; DU50784. 

TIMES ARE CHANGING, a talk by C. S. 
Reed. NM: revisions & additions. 
© Charles Sumner Reed; lFeb60; 
C12707. 



TINKERS TO EVERS TO CHANCE; Industrial 
engineering to management engineering 
to management. An address delivered 
by Harvey Gittler before the Hartford 
Chapter, American Society of Tool 
Engineers, January 4, i960. © Harvey 
Gittler; 19Jan60; C12674. 



THE TINY CLOSET, a play In one scene by 
William Inge. (In The Best short 
plays, 1958-1959, p. 33-43) © William 
Inge; 16NOV59; DP4059. 

TO BE REMEMBERED, an epic drama with 
music from the Book of Mormon by 
R. F. Bergeron (Rachael Florena 
Bergeron Johnson) © Rachael Florena 
Bergeron Johnson; HJan60; DU50377. 

TO BEAR THE MESSAGE, a dramatic presen- 
tation for the Christmas s«ason, in 
one act by Irma Russell Cruse (Mrs. J. 
Clyde Cruse) (Eldridge Christmas 
entertainments) © Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
25Sep59; DP3931. 

TO GOD IN ITALIAN, a play In three acts 
by Jerry Oddo, pseud, of Jasper Sam- 
ual Oddo. © Jasper S. Oddo; l8Mar60; 
DU50659. 

TO RAPE A WIFE, a tragedy in four acts 
by Beresford Jones. © Beresford 
Jones; HJan60; DU50313. 

TO SMOKE OR NOT TO SMOKE? Script pro- 
duced for the American Cancer Society 
by Leo Seltzer Associates, Inc. 
© American Cancer Society, Inc.; 
12Apr60; C12861. 

TO STUDY REAL BRAINS, YOU SHOULD TRY TO 
KEEP A HEAD AT ALL TIMES, a monologue 
by Dayton Allen. © Dayton Allen; 
lFeboO; C12706. 

DER TOD DES RASPUTIN. SEE RASPUTIN'S 
END. 

TODOS EN PARIS COIIOCEW. SEE ALL IN 
PARIS ARE AWARE. 

EIN TOLI.PR TAG IN TITIPU. SEE DER 
MIKADO. 

TOM, a play in 3ix scenes by Phillip 
Klrban Sotel. © Phillip K. Sotel; 
9May60; DU50960. 



TOM COLLINS; drama by Ray A. Reynolds. 
© Ray August Reynolds; 22Jun60; C13061. 



TONGUES IN TREES, a Chanuko play by Jay 
Mann. © Union of American Hebrew 
Congregations; 260ct59; DP3924. 

TONIGHT WE LAUGH; sketches written by 
Charles Sherman & D. K. R. Enter- 
prises, Inc. Text only. © Charles 
Sherman & D. K. R. Enterprises, Inc.; 
6Apr60; DU50750. 

TONY VERNA AND P. T. BEAUMONT PRESENT 
THE COLONIAL SPY, an hour long drama- 
tic series created by Tony Verna (An- 
thony Verna) No. 1: Search and sei- 
zure. In association with the CBS 
television network. © William T. 
Bode & Anthony Verna; 9Feb60; DU50469. 

TONY VERNA PRESENTS THE JOEY BISHOP SHOW: 
HERO FOR HIRE, a television series 
created by Tony Verna. Written by 
William T. Bode & John DuBois. No.l: 
Dragonfly. © William T. Bode & Tony 
Verna; 26Apr60; DU50874. 

TOOL TALK, a narrative for use with a 
film strip of the same name prepared 
by the Bureau of Safety. Pt.1-2. 
© Bureau of Safety; 27Jun60; 
C13067- 13066. 

TOONERVTLLE; script for a television 
program by Total Television Products. 
Episode no. 4: Highway petrol. (Road 
blockhead) © Total Television Pro- 
ducts, Inc.; 13May60; DU51040. 

A TOUCH OF DOTTY DASH, a romantic comedy 
in 3 acts by Anton Arnold. © Anton 
Arnold; l8Mar60; DU50699. 






CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



33 



A TOUCH 0? MARBLE, a play 1" »1* scenes 
by Dan S. Potter. (In The Best short 
plays, 19:3-1959. p. 167-133) © Dan S. 
Pott 

A TOWI POR SALE, a musical play In two 
acts. Book by Macklym Hartyl, pseud, 
of Thoaas E. H. Black; lyrics by Ramon 
Durall; mualc by Paul Doralne. Text 
only. O Thomas E. H. Black; 22Dec59; 
DU50206. 

TRACKOOrfN.' Recording script for CMC 
Truck t Coach Division by Jam Handy 
Organization. (DOT release, no. 73) 
O ONC Truck i Coach Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 2May60; C12933. 

TRACTOR PRODUCT; motion picture script 
for John Deer- r, Tom Byrnes. 

Appl. autr-.or: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. O Willing, Inc.; llMajr60; 
DU5105* . 

TRADEMARK PRESENTATION TO BE USED ON 
TELEVISION IN THE ADVERTISING OP 
BREAD, by Irwin A. Zuckeraan. 
O Irwin A. Zuckerman; 8jan60; C12663. 

TRAGEDY; plays, theory and criticism 
by Richard Levin. (Harbrace source- 
books) ( Karcourt, Brsco k ' . , 

. 

THE TRAGEDY OF MAN, a play In four acts 
by Emery Madaeh. Translated from the 
Hungarian by Joseph Grosz & W. Arthur 
Boggs. O Joseph Grosz & W. Arthur 
Boggs; 6jur.fcD; DU: . 

THE TRAGEDY OP MRS. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 
SEE I AGO. 

TRAGEDY REHEARSED. SEE THE REHE'RSAL. 

rlUAIC PATRIOT. 

PAINF. 



SEE PATRIOT TOM 



TRAINING, EVALUATION ASSIGNMENT, KICK- 
OPP PROCEDURES; talk by John E. 
Brlnton. V John E. Brlnton; 6jan60; 
C12701. 

TRAP/: 

THE TRAMP, a three act comedy by Myvanwy 
Williams. C Myvanwy Williams; 
25Apr60; DU50900. 

TRAMP SHIP, an original television play 
by Jack Lord. © Jack Lord; 13Jun60; 
DU511 4 *. 

TRANQUILIZING RECORD, for educational 
purposes only . Recording script by 
GOM, Inc. Side 1. GOM, Inc.; 
26Peb60; C12761. 

TRANSISTORS AND ROSES, a play In three 
acts by Jesse Torn. © Jesse Torn; 
13May60; DU5099O. 

TRAVEL TIPS; one minute radio acrlpt3 
by R. W. Bacon. Episodes no. 1-3. 
© Robert W. Bacon; l6Peb60; C12734. 

TRAVELLER WITHOUT LUGGAGE, a play In 
three acts by Jean Anoullh. Trans- 
lated by John Whiting. London, 
S. French. (French's acting edition) 
© Jean Anoullh & John Whiting; 
31Dec59; DF1306. 

THE TRAVELLERS, a play In one act by Rex 
Frost. London. (French's acting 
edition) © Samuel French, Ltd.; 
10Nov59; DF1296. 

TRAVESTI, une parabole dialoguee, opus 
21 par Comte Isolanl, pseud, de Mark 
Eucher. © Mark Eucher; l^MaroO; 
DU50623. 

LA TRAVIATA. SEE LOIS ALBRIGHT PRE- 
SENTS LILLIPUTIAN OPERA MINIATURES 
IN LA TRAVIATA - VERDI. 



A TREE IN YOUR LIFE, a play for Tu 
Bl-Sh'vot by Lao J. Stlllpass. 
O Union of American Hebrew Congrega- 
tions; llJanoO; DP3955. 

THE TRIAL, a dramatic reading in one act 
by Robert J. Crean. (Baker's royalty 
plays) © Walter H. Baker Co.; '•AproO; 
DP»003. 

TRIAL BY JURY, a play In two acts by 
Elmer M. Goldman. O Elmer M. Goldman; 
l6May60; DU51005. 

THE TRIAL OF MRS. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, a 
stage play In three acts by Homer 
Croy. © Homer Croy; 7Apr60; DU50755. 

A TRIP TO COCOTURIUS, a play for hand 
puppets in four scenes by Victoria 
Smith Morris. O Victoria Smith 
Morris; 23PeboO; DU50514. 

DIE TROERINNEN; MEDEA. Nach Euripides 
von Matt las Braun. Frankfurt. 
(Theater von heute) © S. Pischer 
Verlag, G.M.B.H.; lApr59; DF1318. 

TROWBRIDGE'S CAPTURE. SEK DAITOH 
ADVENTURES) TROWBRIDGE'S CA! 

TRUCK MERCHANDISING: PROM A (ADVERTIS- 
ING) TO Z (ZODIAC); reoordlng script 
for the Chevrolet Motor Division by 
Jam Handy Organization. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12896. 

TRUE BLUE AND TRUSTED, an old-fashioned 
melodrama in one act, by R. A. Ander- 
son * R. L. Sweeney. (Eldrldge novel- 
ties) © Eldrldge Pub. Co.; 21Sep59; 
DP3938. 

THE TRUMPET VINE, a drama in two acts 
by Ronald Dleb. O Ronald Kenneth 
Dleb; iy»eb60; DU5©*63. 

THE TRUTH WILL MAKE YOU FREE; recording 
script for the Congregational Chris- 
tian Churches by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. © Christian Higher Education 
Fund of the Congregational Christian 
Churches; 2May60; C12919- 

TUNE IN ON TERROR, a mystery-farce In 
three acts by Jay Tobias. (Eldrldge 
3-act playscrlpts) © Eldrldge Pub. 
Co.; 10ct59; DP3932. 

TUPPFACKTNING. SEE COCKFIGHT. 

TURNING LEAD INTO GOLD; script for a 
35 mm. sound slldefllm In full color 
prepared for the Electric Autollte Co. 
Writer, Harry Orabow. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 23Mar60; C12819. 

THE TUSCAN PLAYERS; lyric drama in three 
acts by Chester Kallman. Mu3lc by 
Carlos Chavez. Text only. © Chester 
Kallman; 8jan60; DU50281. 

TWELVE HALF-HOURS WITH THE WINTHROP 
THEATRE. William I, Long, ed. 
Foreword by Hampton M. Jarrell. 
Illustrated from Paul Douglas Whl to- 
ner's photos, of the original pro- 
ductions of the plays. © Winthrop 
College; 23Nov59; A425298. 

TWENTY MINUTES WITH THEODORE: The curse 
of the toad, Patricide, Euthanasia, 
Life will never be the same again; by 
Theodore Gottlieb. © Theodore Gott- 
lieb; tApr60; C12829. 

THE TWENTY-THIRD PSALM, a three act play 
by A. L. Dickie. © Alexander Lyle 
Dickie; 19Jan60; DU50291. 

TEE TWIN GOLD URNS. SEE CLICK 
HANIOAN. 

THE TWO-AND-A-HALFTH CHILD, a comedy In 
three acts by Eric Phillips, pseud, of 
Arthur Benjamin Anderson. NM: revi- 
sions. © Arthur B. Anderson; l6Mar60; 
DU506^3 . 



TWO BLACK KINGS; screenplay In three 
acts. Adapted for television by 
Sidney Carroll. From the story by 
Qeorge Weller. © Sidney Carroll & 
George Weller; 2Mar60; DU50571. 

TWO DAMN THINGS AFTER EACH OTHER, a 
play in three acts by Maurice Zolotow. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as The mar- 
riage equation. NM: revisions. 
© Maurice Zolotow; 19Feb60; DU50501. 

THE TWO EXECITIONERS. SEE ?HE AUTOMO- 
BILE GRAVEYARD. 

TWO FOR VENUS; screenplay by John E. 
Schroeder. © John E. Schroeder; 
HApr60; DU50869. 



TWO SIDES OF DARKNESS, a play In one act 
by Edwin R. Procunler. (In The Be3t 
short plays, 1953-1959, p. 135-205) 
© Edwin N. Procunler; l6Nov59; DP4066. 

THE TWO WITNESSES; scenario by Charles 
P. Tully. 4) Charles F. Tully; 
lMar60; DU50561. 



u 



U PLUS C2 EQUALS MS; recording script 
for GMC Truck & Coach Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © GMC Truck & 
Coach Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12897. 

U. S. A., by John Dos Passos & Paul 

Shyre. A theatrical adaptation in two 
acts of the novel U. S. A. by John Dos 
Passos In dramatic form. © John Dos 
Passos; 27May60; DU51062. 

THE U. S. FOREIGN-AID PROGRAM: APPRAISAL 
AND PROPOSAL; paper by Walter Krause. 
© Walter Krause; 5Apr60; C12847. 

THE UGLY TOAD; or. The magic cattail, 
a puppet play with music in six scenes 
written for the W.I.L.P.F. Leila Bas- 
com puppet play contest. © Madison 
Branch, Women's International League 
for Peace and Freedom; lFeb60; DP5oi6. 

L' ULTIMO RITORNO; motion picture shoot- 
ing script by Joseph Ollvlerl. Adapt- 
ed from the novel The last return by 
Joseph Ollvlerl. Joseph Ollvlerl; 
lMar60; DU50631. 

UMBULGURRI, a play In three acts with 
music on filmstrlp by Robert Baden 
Morrow. © Daun Sturrock & Robert 
Baden Morrow; lMar60; DU50553. 



UN, N0;.i;ffi JUDAS. 
DAS. 



SEE ONE, CALLED 



THE UNBROKEN CHAIN. (The organization 
of the Chicago Diocese) Script for a 
sound slldefllm in color on the organ- 
ization of the Chicago Diocese pre- 
pared for the Chancery Office by 
William J. Cogan. Writer, David C. 
Welling. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
llMay60; C1305C 

UNCLE GEORGE, a gentle comedy of memory 
In three acts and a prologue by Sidney 
J. Abel. © Sidney J. Abel; 25Apr60; 
DU50863 . 

UNCLE LUKE'S LAST LAUGH, a play In three 
acts by A. A. Kretschmar. © Adolph A. 
Kretschmar; 12May60; DU5O980. 



UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. 
UNCLE TOM. 



SEE HEARKEN, 



THE UNDERPANTS, a middle-class comedy in 
four acts by Carl Sternhelm. English 
version by Eric Bentley. (In The 
modern theatre, vol.6, P.165-23I) 
© Eric Bentley; ?Mar60; DP3983. 



34 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



THE UNDERSTANDING; or, Constancy unre- 
warded, a comedy In three act3 by 
Michael Alfreds. © Michael Alfreds; 
13May60; DU50992. 

UNEQUAL TIME; monologue by Eddie Law- 
rence. © Vision Music Corp.; 31Mar60; 
C 12836. 

THE UNEXPECTED GUEST, a play In two acts 
by Agatha Christie. London, 
S. French. (French's acting edition) 
Appl. states prev. reg. In 1958. 
© Agatha Christie; 28Feb60; DF1305. 

THE UNFORTUNATES, a play In three acts 
by Enzlo Napoll. © Enzio Napoll; 
lApr60; DU50732. 

THE UNICRATIC PARTY, a lecture by Adolph 
De Vlncentls. © Adolph De Vlncentis; 
4jan60; C12650. 

UNIQUE, THE BAFFLE & FRESH; lecture to 
be delivered to chosen audiences by 
J. D. Wilson. © J. D. Wilson; 8Feb60; 
C12739. 

THE USE OF THE TELEPHONE IN WARD'S CATA- 
LOG SALES UNITS, a color sound slide- 
film prepared for Montgomery Ward & 
Co., Training Department, Chicago, 
Illinois. Writer, W. Gerald McCray. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 26May60; 
DU51181. 

USING FILMS FOR CONVERT WORK; sound 
slldefilm shooting script for Adult 
Catechetical Teaching Aids. Writer, 
Don Durlan. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 26May60; C13015. 



V 



LE VALET DE M. BOUCHARD, a one act play 
by Jack Dell. © Jack Holton Dell; 
HApr60; DU50774. 

THE VANISHING BED, a play in three act3 
by Macklym Hartyl, pseud, of Thomas 
E. H. Black. © Thomas E. H. Black; 
28Mar60; DU50717. 

VANITY, a play in three acts by Stewart 
W. Chaffee. Stewart W. Chaffee; 
3Mar60; DU50573. 

VARIATIONS I, II, III, IV, V, AND OF 
FAS DE SIX, FROM PROLOGUE OF BALLET 
SLFFPINO BEAUTY. SEE CHOREOGRAPHIC 
NOTATION FOR VARIATIONS I, II, III, 
IV, V, and VI OF PAS DE SIX, FROM 
PROLOGHF ^F BALLPT SLEEPING BEAUTY. 

LE VELO DEVANT LA PORTE; piece en deux 
actes et dlx-hult tableaux adaptee 
pour la scene francaise par Marc 
Gilbert Sauvajon, pseud, de Marc Henri 
Sauvajon. D'apres Desperate hours de 
Joseph Hayes. (In Les oeuvres libre3. 
Paris. Jan. i960, p. 119-244) © Jo- 
seph Hayes & Marc Gilbert Sauvajon; 
Uan60; DF0-926. 

THE VENEFICE: THE QUEEN OF ENDOR. 
(Le malefice: la relne d'Endor) 
(L'echelle de Jacob) Piece en cinq 
actes et trols tableaux par Louis 
J. M. Roederer. In French. © Louis 
J. M. Roederer; 9Jun60; DU51135. 

VENERDI' SANTO; coramedla in tre atti dl 
Cesare Giullo Viola. (In II dramma. 
Torino. Aug. -Sept. 1956, p. 10-28) 
© Cesare Giullo Viola; lSep56; DF1321. 

VENUS IS DOWNSTAIRS, a play in three 
acts by Seymour Gross. © Seymour 
Gross; l4Apr60; DU50817. 

VENUS THE 23D, a musical comedy in two 
acts by Halinar Forrest. Libretto & 
one song. NM: revisions. © Halmar 
Forrest; 9May60; DU50963. 



VERDICT OF ONE, a one-act play for 
recruitment for church vocations by 
Helen Kroraer. © Commission on the 
Ministry of the General Council of 
Congregational Christian Churches & 
Commission on the Church and Ministry 
of the Evangelical & Reformed Church; 
l4jan60; DP3988. 

DIE VERKEHRTE WELT. SEE THE WORLD 
TURNED UPSIDE DOWN. 

VERONICA E GLI OSPITI; commedia in tre 
atti di Giuseppe Marotta e Bellsario 
Randone. (In Slparlo. Torino. July- 
Aug. 1959, p. 26-49) © Giuseppe 
Marotta & Bellsario Randone; Uul59 
(in notice: 1957); DFO-914. 

THE VERSATILE PROFESSOR, a farce in 4 

acts by Musee A. Brahms, pseud, of 

Raymon Marpol. © Raymon Marpol; 
l4Apr60; DU50822. 

VERY SARI, SAHIB, a play by Dot DeCamp 
(Dorothy DeCamp) © Dorothy DeCamp; 
15Jan60; DU50270. 

A VERY STILL PLACE, a play in three actB 
by Franklin Case. © Franklin D. Case; 
27Apr60; DU50885. 

LES VIADUCS DE LA SEINE-ET-OISE, par 
Marguerite Dura3. Paris. (Le Manteau 
d'arlequln) © Libralrie Galllmard; 
15Feb60; DFO-931. 

VICKSBURG, a Civil War tragedy in eight 
scenes by Henry S. Humphreys. © Henry 
S. Humphreys; 21Jun60; DP4057. 

THE VICTIMS, a play In three acts by 
Ann Rosenberg. © Ann Rosenberg; 
2bJan60; DU50361. 

VICTORIA, eln Stueck in drel Akten von 
Noml Rubel. © Noml Rubel; 26jan60; 
DU50352. 

VICTORIA, ein Stueck in drel Akten von 
Noml Rubel. NM: additions & revi- 
sions. © Noml Rubel; 15Jun60; DU51197. 

VICTORIA THE SECOND; play in 3 acts by 
Nicholas Bela. © Nicholas Francis 
Bela; 10Mar60; DU50612. 

A VIEW OF THE WORLD; talk delivered last 
week of Aug. 1959 by John P. Patton. 
© John P. Patton; 7Apr60; C12837. 

LES VIOLETTES; comedie en onze tableaux 
avec des chan3onnettes par Georges 
Schehade. © Georges Schehade; 
25Jan60; DU50416. 

LES VIOLETTES; comedie en onze tableaux 
avec des chansonnettes par Georges 
Schehade. Text only. Paris. 
© Libralrie Galllmard; l c Apr60; 
DFO-943. 

VIRGINIA'S ATTEMPT TO CREATE A DICTATOR- 
SHIP, 1776 AND 1781; lecture to be 
delivered before the Dedhara Historical 
Society by Anthony Olivieri, Jr. 
©Anthony Olivieri, Jr.; 21Mar60; 
C12811. 

VLACKE-BOSCHE, a musical comedy in two 
acts by John Connor & Michael Shay. 
Text only. © John Connor & Michael 
Shay; 23Dec59; DU50202. 

A VOICE IN RAPALLO. SEE DON JUAN IN 
HEAVEN AND A VOICE IN RAPALLO. 

LE VOLEUR DE BLUES. (The blues thief) 
Show en deux parties de Akakia Vlala. 
Muslque de Jlmray Loverraan DavlB. Text 
only. © Akakia Vlala & Jimmy Loverman 
Davis; 12Apr60; DU50790. 

LA VOLEUSE DE LONDRES; en deux actes par 
Georges Neveux. © Georges Neveux; 
29Dec59; DU50256. 



VOODOO; monologue by Fredric Brown. 
© M. Witmark & Sons; 19Feb60; C12776. 



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WAKE US AND WE DROWN, a play in one 
scene by George Ralph. (In' Response. 
Apr. i960, p. 18-26) ©George Ralph; 
9Apr60; DP4002. 

WA-KI-CON-ZA, a play in three acts by 
Thomas Sydorick. © Thomas Sydorick; 
22Jun60; DU51234. 

THE WALL BETWEEN; screenplay in four 
acts by Helen Cotton. Script no. 1. 
© Helen Cotton; 21Jan60; DU5O308. 

WALL STREET, a fantasy romance in the 
world of high finance. A musical 
comedy in three acts based on an 
original idea by Hyman Tetewsky. Book 
by Helene Tetewsky & Hyman Tetewsky; 
music and lyrics by Gloria Tetewsky. 
© Gloria Tetewsky, Hyman Tetewsky & 
Helene Tetewsky; llMay60; DU50971. 

THE WAR OF WORDS, a play in three acts 
by William Maldhof . © William Maid- 
hof; 13Apr60; DU50815. 

WASHING WITH WYANDOTTE; copy for a strip 
film prepared for Wyandotte Chemicals 
Corporation. Writer, DeForest Walton. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 8Feb60; 
C12729. 

WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT, an original 
half -hour crime-drama television 
series by Robert Avery & Carey Cronan. 
Episodes 1-13. © Carey Cronan & 
Robert Avery; 15Mar60; DU50629. 

WATCH THE BIRDIE; teleplay by John Roger 
Kielty & Nathaniel Lande, pseud, of 
Nathaniel Lande Greenblatt. © Nathan- 
iel Lande Greenblatt; l4Apr60; DU508O8. 

WATER HEATERS. SEE SUBJECT: WATER 
HEATERS. 

THE WAY HOME, a reader's theatre script 
by Jeff Jones, pseud, of George W. 
Jones. © Jeff Jones; 3Jan60; DP3977. 

WAY OF A PROPHET, a play on the life of 
Dr. Theodor Herzl in two acts and 
thirteen scenes by Ellas Gilner. 
© Ellas Gilner; 12Apr60; DU50781. 

THE WAY THE BALL BOUNCES, a comedy in 
two acts by Jamea Barton & Arthur 
Schwartz. © Arthur Schwartz & 
James Barton; 4Feb60; DU50415. 

THE WAYWARD BROTHERS, a farce comedy In 
three acts by Hal Stern. © Hal Stern; 
12May60; DU5097^. 

WE ARE NOT STRANGERS, a play In three 
acts by Isidore Rosen. © Isidore 
Rosen & Dorothea Rosen; 27Apr60; 
DU51079. 

WE ARE PILGRIMS; a pageant in five 
episodes, by Maynard Shelly. Music 
compiled & arr. by J. Harold Moyer. 
Mennonite Publication Office. 
© Willard K. Claassen; 13Aug59; 

Al|5o35i. 

WE BIDE LONELY, a play in one act by 
Suzanne Elizabeth Grahn. © Suzanne 
Elizabeth Grahn; 5May60; DU50941. 

WEAK SALES MANAGEMENT. SEE SWAP THE 
KNOW-HOW PROGRAM, WEAK SALES MANAGE- 
MENT. 

A WEDDING & 2 other plays by Jolene 
Blelch (Jolene Bleich Goldenthal) 
© Jolene Qoldenthal; 4jan60; DU50201. 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



IS 



THE WEDDING DRESS OP EVA BRAUN, a 
screenplay by Lillian P. Qulat. 
© Lillian P. ftulat; 27Jan60; 
DU50383. 

WEIOHT REDUCTION THROUGH THE POWER OP 
POSITIVE SUGGESTION, for educational 
purposes only. Recording script by 
nam. In*-. Side 2. O OOM, Inc.; 
26?eb60; C12762. 

WELPARE? A play In three acts by Anne 
Kroll. C Anne Kroll; 22Jan60; 
D05036J. 

WHAT A DIFFERENCE YOUR DISPLAY MAKES; 
shooting script for a sound sllde:'llra 
prepared for Montgomery Ward 4 Com- 
pany, Training Department. Writer, 
Hal Secor. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. C Wilding, 
Inc.; 26May60; DU^i- 

WHAT CAN SHE DO, PROFESSOR? A play In 
four acts by Arta Balllf . c Arta 
Balllf; lMar60; DU50556. 

WHAT DO YOU THINK OP THAT DRIVER'S DRIV- 
ING; WHAT DO YOU THINK OP THE OTHER 
DRIVERS' DRIVING? A talk by Louli 
Berkower. O Louis Berkower; 15Apr60; 
C12952. 

WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE OTHER DRIVERS ■ 
DRIVING. SEE WHAT DO YOU THINK OP 
THAT DRIVER'S DRIVING; WHAT DO YOU 
THINK OP THE OTHER DRIVERS' DRIVING. 

WHAT DO YOU WANT? A recruiting sound 
slldefllm for the Insurance Industry. 
Produced for Better Selling Bureau; 
produced by Rocket Pictures, Inc. 
C Rocket Pictures, Inc.; 6*Peb60; 
C12746. 

WHAT HAPPENED IN 1776? A play for ele- 
mentary children by Emily M. Knight. 
(Eldrldge special day material) 
O Eldrldge Pub. Co.; 21Sep59; DP3935. 

WHAT IS A WRITER? A play by David 
Raffelock. O National 'Writers Club, 
Denver; 2f3tar60j DP4028. 

WHAT IS AN INDIAN? Monograph by Dallas 
Williams 4 Charle3 Stewart. t> M. Wit- 
mark 4 Sons; 9Peb60; CI 2738. 

WHAT IS THE CHURCH? A play for young 
folks by Esther B. Strieker. Appl. 
author: Walter H. Baker Co., employer 
for hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
6jan60; DP3971. 

WHAT IT TAKES.' or. Why Republic for 
stainless? Script for a sound motldn 
picture in color, prepared for Alloy 
Steel Division, Republic Steel Cor- 
poration. Writer, T. Sassano. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; HJan60; 
DU50J28. 

WHAT PRICE HORSES; play in 3 acts by 
Alexandra D. Toland. © Alexandra D. 
Toland; l6Mar60; DU50636. 

WHAT WOULD JESUS SAY? By John Bernard 
Dletz. © Barbara Ann Tillman; 
25Apr60; C12863. 



WHEN A OIRL IS TWENTY-ONE, a play in one 
act by Miriam Wiener. © Miriam 
Wiener; 6jun60; DU51108. 

WHEN LADIES PLAY, a comedy-farce in one 
set, three acts by Michael Kallesser. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 22Dec52, 
9Sep58. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Michael Kallesser; 10Jun60; DU51218. 



WHEN SOPT VOICES CEASE, a play In two 
acts by George Anthony DeRodlo. 
© George Anthony DeRodlo; 26jan60; 
DU50353. 

WHEN THE WIND IS SOUTHERLY, a comedy 
drama in two acts by Hurcomb Wendell. 
© Hurcomb Wendell; 2M«y60; DU50921. 

WHEN YOU DRIVE A LOT YOU LEARN HOW MUCH 
COMPORT MEANS; radio copy for Maryland 
Plymouth Dealers Advertising Assn. 
from Edward Prager Advertising Agency. 
© Edward Hess Prager; 17JunbO; CI 

WHERE LEADERSHIP BEGINS; script for film 
prepared for Goodyear as part of the 
I960 spring dealer meetings. Writer, 
T. Sassano. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Ino., employer for hire. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 23Kar60; C12818. 

WHERE THERE'S SMOKE, a musical comedy 
in two acts. Book, words and music 
by Fred B. Oable. © Pred B. Gable; 
17Peb60; DU50489. 

THE WHIP, a play in three acts by Noral 
Rubel. Translated by Hans Juergen 
Rathje. O Nomi Rubel; 15Jun60; 
DU5H96. 

WHITE CRAG, a play in three acts by 

Tim O'Kara (Pat O'Mara) O Tim O'Nara; 
28jan60; DU50389. 

THE WHITE WALLS OP SUMMER, a play in two 
acts by Avraham Artzl Inlender, pseud, 
of Abraham Jakob Inlender. NM: revi- 
sions. © Avraham Artzl Inlender; 
17Peb60; DU50490. 

THB WHITE WHALE. SEE MOBY DICK. 

WHO DARES THE STRONO GODS, a play In 
three acts by Prances Neubern, pseud. 
Margaret P. Jennings (Mrs. Melvln N. 
Jennings) ©Margaret F. Jennings; 
20Jun60; DU51226. 

THE WHOLE DARN SHOOTINO MATCH, a comedy 
In three aots by Jack Perry. © Jack 
B. Perry; 21Mar60; DU50665. 

WHO'S SCARED OP OHOSTS? A one-act 
mystery comedy by Mildred Hark 4 Noel 
McQueen. (Eldrldge popular one-act 
playscrlpts) O Eldrldge Pub. Co.; 
lSep=9; DP3939. 

WHY DADDY? Narration by Barry DeVorzon 
4 others. © Sherman Music Co. 4 
DeVorzon Music Co.; 4Apr60; C12950. 

WHY, LISA: A comedy by Frank Wattron. 
© Prank J. Wattron, Jr.; 15Jan60; 
DU50269. 

WHY REPUBLIC FOR STAINLESS? SEE WHAT 
IT TAKES. 

WIDOW'S WALK, a mystery-thriller In 3 
acts by Tim J. Kelly, pseud, of 
Timothy Joseph Kelley. © Tim J. 
Kelly; 24Mar60; DU5O689. 

WILD IS LOVE, a musical In two acts or 
a recording script with music. Lyrics 
by Dotty Wayne; music by Raymond Rasch 
(Ray Rasch); story and narration by 
Dotty Wayne 4 Raymond Rasch. © Dotty 
Wayne 4 Ray Rasch; JJun60; DU51189. 



WILD RAIN, a play In three acts by 
Russell McLauchlin. © Russell 
McLauchlln; 25May60; DU51047. 

THE WILD SWANS, a play in two acts by 
Hans Christian Anderson. Adapted by 
Anne Stoutenburgh. © Anne Stouten- 
burgh; 9Feb60; DU504J8. 

WILDCAT; musical play in two acts by 
N. Richard Nash. Text only. 
© N. Richard Nash; 7Mar60; DU50588. 



THE WILHELMINA; script for television. 
Gusher series pilot, by John Tullls 4 
Bill Kradelman. o Bill Kradelman 4 
John Tullls; 9Feb6d; DU504}7. 

WIN OR LOSE. SEE GRAND PRIX SERIES- 
WIN OR LOSE. 

WISH, a play In two acts by Ronald John 
Bazarlnl. © Ronald John Bazarlni; 
12Apr60; DU507&7. 

THE WIT TO WOO, a play In three acts by 
Dennis Selby. Dennis Selbyj 
29Feb60; DU50547. 

THE WITCH'S TALE, a new musical in two 
aots. Book, music 4 lyrics by 
Anthony Osnato. © Anthony Osnato; 
13May60; DU50997. 

WITH ANTHONY IN EOYPT, a play for tele- 
vision in three acts by Alfred Slote. 
© Alfred Slote; 6jun60; DU51110. 

WITNESS FOR THE DEFENSE; one act of 
drama In one scene by Ruth F. Sadler. 
© Ruth F. Sadler; 15Apr60; DU50826. 

THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW; screenplay by 
Gladys L' Ashley Hoover. © Gladys 
L' Ashley Hoover; 24Mar60; DU50766. 



SEE WOMAN WAS THRIR 



WOMAN IS MY IDEA. 
IDEA. 

WOMAN WAS THEIR IDEA, a play by Don 
Liljenqulst. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Woman Is my idea. NM: revisions 
4 additions. © Don Liljenqulst; 
21Jan60; DU&0J11. 

WOMEN, by James C. Rowe 4 Napoleon 
Francis Jones. © James C. Rowe 4 
Napoleon PranclB Jones; 28Apr60; 
C12876. 

WOMEN OF TROY, a play In three acts by 
Jay J. Dratler. © Jay Dratler; 
19Feb60; DU50502. 

WONDERFUL HOTEL, a play In one act by 
Molly Kazan (Mrs. Ella Kazan) © Molly 
Kazan; lOJunbO; DU51222. 

THE WONDERFUL LAND OF TOMORROW; dia- 
logue with background music by Mil- 
ton DeLugg 4 Marty Roth. © Priscilla 
Music Corp.; 2Feb60; C12709. 

WONDERFUL WONDER. A new musical in two 
acts with book and lyrics by Malcolm 
Easterlln; music by Edward Earle. 
© Malcolm Easterlln 4 Edward Earle; 
5Feb60; DU50497. 

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF JONATHAN WINTERS; 
recording script MG V-15009 by Jona- 
than Winters. © Verve Records, Inc.; 
4Apr60; C12833. 

WOODLAND DREAMS, a musical fantasy In 
4 acts. Adapted from William Shake- 
speare's A midsummer night's dream. 
Words and music by Otto Norman Olsen. 
© Otto Norman Olsen; 5Feb60; DP3965. 

THE WORD, an allegory In abstract In 
three acts by Paul Pines. © Paul 
Pines; 12May60; DU50976. 

THE WORD ON ECONOMY; recording script 
for the Chevrolet Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; CI2927. 

A WORD WITH THE GOVERNOR, a new musical 
comedy In two acts. Book by Nat 
Greenblatt (Nathaniel Lande Green- 
blatt); lyrics by Roddy McRae; music 
by Angus Wright. Text only. © Na- 
thaniel Lande Greenblatt; 2JMar60; 
DU50678. 

WORDS FATALE; dramatic composition by 
Joseph Freeling. © Joseph Freeling; 
24Mar60; DU50687. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



WORDS OF JESUS; recording script edited 
by Lalla Iverson. © Lalla Iverson; 
20Apr60; C12993. 

WORDS THAT WORK.' Recording script for 
the Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12918. 

WORK DESIGN: A PHILOSOPHY FOR APPLYING 
WORK PRINCIPLES. SEE WORK DESIGN: 
THE MODERN CONCEPT FOR APPLYING WORK 
PRINCIPLES. 

WORK DESIGN: THE MODERN CONCEPT FOR 
APPLYING WORK PRINCIPLES, by Gerald 
Nadler. Appl. states prev. pub. as 
Work design: a philosophy for applying 
work principles. NM: additions & re- 
visions. © Gerald Nadler; 13Jun60; 
C13048. 

THE WORLD OF DONALD, a vaudeville by 
Maxwell E. Slegel. © Maxwell Edward 
Siege 1; 25Mar60; DU50696. 

THE WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN. (Die 
verkehrte Welt) An historical drama 
In five acts by Johann Ludwlg Tleck. 
Translated by David M. Knauf. © David 
Marvin Knauf; 4Apr60; DU50797. 

THE WORLD WIDE WRECKING COMPANY, a play 
In three acts by Virginia Radcllffe 
Hurst. © Virginia Radcllffe Hurst; 
I6jun60; DU51167. 

WORMWOOD AND SODA, a 3hort play by 
Anthony Clark. © Anthony Clark; 
13Jun60; DU51155. 

WOYZECK, a sequence of dramatic frag- 
ments by Georg Buchner. Translated 
and arranged by Rudolph von Abele. 
NM: new translation & revisions. 
© Rudolph von Abele; 25Jan60; DU50350. 

WRITING A WHOLE SWELL BOOK, IS NOT MERELY 
A SIMPLE THING, by Dayton Allen. 
© Dayton Allen; 6jan60; C12653. 

THE WRONGMAN, a play In twenty scenes by 
Herbert H. Hutner. © Herbert Hart 
Hutner; 13Apr60; DU50814. 



Y 



YANKEE, DON'T GO HOME! A play with 
music In two acts by Sondl Sodsal, 
pseud, of Sodsal VanlJ Vadhana. Text 
only . © Sodsal VanlJ Vadhana; 
21Dec59; DU50398. 



YANKEE DOODLE DADDY, a play In three 
acts. Book, music & lyrics by Evelyn 
G. Clark. NM: revisions. © Evelyn G. 
Clark; l8Apr60; DU50842. 

YEAR 'ROUND PLAYS. Intermediate. By 
Grade Teacher. NM: compilation. 
©Educational Pub. Corp.; lFeb60; 
AU38662 . 

THE YELLOW BICYCLE, a one hour televi- 
sion drama by Lillian P. Qulat. 
© Lillian P. Qulat; 17Feb60; DU50492. 

YERMAK, THE CONQUEROR; the story of 
how Siberia was conquered by Yermak 
In 1582 by Ann Mlnletz. Scenario. 
© Ann I. Mlnletz; 2Feb60; DU50401. 

YODEFET - SHISHIM VASHEVA. (Yodefeth - 
67) By Marnln Felnsteln. Hebrew; 
title transliterated. © Marnln ' 
Felnsteln; HApr60; DU50868. 

YODEFETH - 67. SEE YODEFET - SHISHTM 
VASHEVA. 

YOGA EXERCISES BY JURGENS. Exercises by 
Windy Jurgens; compiled and narrated 
by M. Joyce Ponsot. © Miriam Joyce 
Ponsot & Windy Jurgens; 28Apr60; 
C12874. 

YOU AND THE ATOMIC AGE MARKET FOR GLASS; 
script prepared for Llbbey -Owens-Ford 
Glass Company. Writer, Dayton Clos- 
ser. (Special products presentation, 
silent slldefllm, section 2) Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 8Feb60; 
C12732. 

YOU BET YOUR WIFE, a comedy In two acts 
by Hugo Haas. © Hugo Haas; 27Jan60; 
DU50300. 

YOU CAN'T ENJOY THE GAME WITHOUT A PRO- 
GRAM; script for a sound slide film 
In color and animation for Montgomery 
Ward, Training Department. Writer, 
David C. Welling. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 26May60; DU51187. 

YOU CAN'T GO WRONG, a play In three acts 
by Frederick W. Rltter. © Frederick 
W. Rltter; 4Apr60; DU50734. 

YOU NEVER KNOW; comic opera in one act 
by Boris Koutzen. © Borl3 Koutzen; 
17Feb60; DU50488. 



THE YOUNG DOE IN THE BED OF ICE. SEE 
LA CERBIATTA NEL LETTO DI GHIACCIO. 



THE YOUNG VISITORS. 
YOUNG GIRL. 



SEE QUITE A 



THE YOUNG AND THE OLD. 
DESSERT. 



SEE TIME OF 



YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE, a narrative poem 
with background music and sound ef- 
fects by Miles K. Benedict & others. 
© Miles K. Benedict; 29Mar60; C12830. 



YOUR CALL GIRL, an original comedy in 
three acts by Claire Vu, pseud, of 
Claire M. Vusler Sherman. © Claire M. 
Vusler Sherman; 9Mar60; DU50644. 

YOUR CHILD - 1 to 6; key recording 

scripts by Theodore Raph. © Theodore 
Raph; 4May60; C12957. 

YOUR LUCKY ELEVEN; recording script for 
the Chevrolet Motor Division by Jam 
Handy Organization. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp.; 
2May60; C12915. 

YOUR PASSPORT TO PROFITS; script pre- 
pared for Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 
Writer, T. Sassano. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 26May60; 013021. 

YOUR VESTED FUTURE: N0.1; script for a 
motion picture by Motion Pictures, 
Inc. © Motion Pictures, Inc.; 
17Feb60; C12807. 

YOU'RE SITTING ON MY TAIL, an Improbable 
tale In two acts by Carl Yale. Prev. 
reg. as The flamboyant tale in 1954. 
NM: revisions. © Carl Yale; 9May§0; 
DU50962. 



ZAUBEREI. (Sorcery) A play in three 
acts by Sandor Maral. German version. 
© Sandor Marai; 30Mar60; DU50724. 

DIE ZAUBERIN VON BUXTEHUDE, eln Schau- 
splel von Manfred Hausmann. Frank- 
furt. © S. Fischer Verlag, O.M.B.H.; 
10ct59; DF1316. 

ZDEDA. SEE ALOHA HAWAII. 



ZHESTOKY ROMANS, a comedy in 5 scenes by 
Vsevolod Homltzky. In Russian. 
© Vsevolod Homltzky; 21Jun60; DU51273- 



RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



A list, arranged by title, of dramas, dramatico-musicals, lectures, sermons, mono 
and radio, television and recording scripts for which renewal registrations wen- . 
during the period covered by this issue. Information relating to both the original and the 
renewal registration is included in each entry. References from variant titles and from 
distinctive subtitles are interfiled. 



A 



EL A3UEL0 CURRO; cooedla en tres actos, 
original y en prosa por Luis Pernandez 
de Sevllla & Oulllermo Hernandez Kir. 
C 90ct32; D25513. Luis Pernandez de 
Sevllla (A); 4Jan60; R248649. 

ACROPOLIS, by Robert Enmet Sherwood. 

O 3Sep32; D17991. Madeline H. Sherwood 
(V) 4 Hary S. Stlllaan (C); 15Jan60; 
R250J95. 

ACTOR'S DAUGHTER, N0.1, a series of 

Lo sketches by John Charles Nugent. 
O 27Apr33; DU22*91. Mrs. Alan Coe 
Bunce & Elliott Nugent (C); 21Jun60; 
R2 59792. 

AD MAM, a play In three acts by Arch A. 
Oaffney 4 Charles V. Curran. 
O 25Peb^2; DU15026. Arch A. Oaffney 
(A) 4 Charlea W. Curran (A); 17Peb60; 
R2523*l. 

AFTEROLOW, a play In eleven scenes by 
Robert Enmet Sherwood. O 30Apr32: 
D016001. Madeline H. Sherwood (W) 4 
Mary S. Stlllaan (C); 15Jan60; 
R25059*. 

AOOIE APPLEBY, MAKER OP MEN, a comedy- 
drama In three acts by Joseph 0. 
Kesselrlng. C 3Dee32; D19622. 
Joseph 0. Kesselrlng (A); l4Jun60; 
R2 58532. 

ALIBI BAA BAA, a comedy In 3 acta by 
Thomas P. Robinson. O 29Jun32; 
DU170O8. Ethel Pay Robinson (W); 
28Mar60; R25'*5*5. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND, adapted for the 
stage by Eva Le Oalllenne 4 Plorlda 
Priebus from Alice In Wonderland and 
Through the looking glass by Lewis 
Carroll, pseud, of Charles Lutwldge 
Dodgson. © 29Dec32; DP19956. Eva Le 
Oalllenne 4 Plorlda Priebus (A); 
3Mar60; R253H7. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND AND THROUGH THE 

LOOKING GLASS, a play in 2 acts adapt- 
ed for the stage by Eva Le Oalllenne 4 
Plorlda Priebus from the work of Lewis 
Carroll, pseud, of Charles Lutwldge 
Dodgson. © HMay32; DU16223. Eva Le 
Oalllenne 4 Plorlda Priebu3 (A); 
3Kar60; R253118. 

ALIEN CORN, by Sidney Howard. © l8Apr33; 
DP22853. Polly Damrosch Howard (W); 
*May60; R256610. 

ALL IN THE DARK, a mystery-comedy In one 
act by Richard L. Melville. © lPeb32; 
D14652. Banner Play Bureau, Inc. 
(PWH); 25Jan60; R250813. 



AMACO, by Martin Plavln, with a letter 
from Lincoln Steffens. O 26jan}3; 
DP219*0. Martin Plavln (A); 29Peb60; 
R253029. 

THE AMAZINO ADVENTURES OP WIPPLES AND 
PELISA, a nonsensical play in 3 epi- 
sodes by Haynes Trebor. © 30Dec32; 
DP19955. Haynes Trebor (A); 7Mar60; 
R2532I9. 

AMERICA ON TRIAL, a pageant play In 1 
act by Pred Eastman. © 30Dec32; 
DP19951. Pred Eastman (A); 15Peb60; 
R252271. 

ANDROMACHE; Oper In zwel AufzOgen von 
Herbert Wlndt. Textbuch UE 1120. 
© 27Jan32; D15921. Herbert Wlndt (A^; 
28DBC59; R2*92*2. 

ANN COMES TO HER SENSES, a comedy In 1 
act by Marie Doran. O 9Dec32; 
DP1995U. Samuel Prench, Inc. (PWH); 
31Mar60; R25*63 1 ». 

ANOTHER DAWN, In three acts by Jay Oelzer 
4: George Bryant. © 15Dec32; D19759. 
Jay Oelzer (A); l*Jan60; R250671. 

AQUI ESTA MI MUJER; farsa comica en 3 
actos por Manuel Morclllo, Victor 
Gablrondo 4 Antonio Alvarez. 
© 19Dec32; D3001t. Manuel Morclllo 
(A); 26Jan60; R250856. 

ARABELLA; lyrlsche Komodle in 3 AufzOgen 
von Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Muslk von 
Richard Strauss. Aufzug 3. © 8Mar33; 
D28468. Franz Strauss (C); llMar60; 
R253596. 

ARABELLA; lyrlsche Koraodie in 3 Aufzugen 
von Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Muslk von 
Richard Strauss. JQavierauszug mit 
Text von Felix Wolfes. Aufzug 1. 
© 8Mar33; D28426. Franz Strauss (C); 
llMar60; R253594. 

ARABELLA; lyrlsche Komodle in 3 Aufzugen 
von Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Mu3lk von 
Richard Strauss. Klavlerauszug mit 
Text von Felix Wolfes. Aufzug 2. 
© 8Mar33; D28448. Franz Strauss (C); 
llMar60; R253595. 

ARABELLA; lyrlsche Komodle in 3 Aufzugen 
von Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Muslk von 
Richard Strauss. Libretto. 
© 19Jun33: D23315. Rainiund von 
Hofmaunathal 4 Mrs. C. Zlmraer (C of 
H. von Hofmannsthal); 21Jun60; R258791. 

ARABELLA; lyrlsche Komodle In 3 Aufziigen 
von Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Muaik von 
Richard Strauss. Opus 79. Klavler- 
auszug mit Text von Felix Wolfes. 
© 20Jun33; D28475. Franz Strauss (C); 
21Jun60; R258790. 



L'AS DE LA BELOTTE, un acte gal de Armand 

Poucher. Llvret. © 1Nov32; D20320. 

Editions Salabert 4 Cie (PWH); 4Feb60; 
R251721. 

AU SINOE TRICOLORE; vaudeville en un acte 
de Armand Poucher. Llvret. © 1Nov32; 
D20317. Editions Salabert 4 Cle 
(PWH); 4Feb60; R25172*. 

UNE AUDITION MOUVEMENTEE; sketch de 
Vincent Telly. © 31Dec32; D22186. 
Marcelle Barbecot, veuve Telly (W); 
4Peb60; R251713. 

AUTUMN CROCUS, a play in 3 acts by C. L. 
Anthony, pseud, of Dodle 0. Smith. 
© 27Mar33; DP21946. Dodle G. Smith 
(A); lApr60; R254647. 

AVRIL; comedle en 3 actes par Georges 
Berr 4 Louis Verneull. © 10Feb33; 
DU21056. Florence Ryan (E of L. Ver- 
neull); 4Mar60; R253396. 

AWAKE.' 'TIS MAY, a flower and fairy 
operetta for grade schools in three 
acts. Unison, book, lyrics and music 
by Ruth E. Day. © 7Mar33; D28439. 
Ruth E. Day (A); 21Mar60; R253927. 

AZOR; operette en 3 actes de Raoul 

Praxy. Couplets de Max Eddy; muslque 
de Qabaroche; airs addltlonnels de 
Pearly Chagnon. Llvret. © lMar33; 
D22185. Raoul Praxy (a); 29Apr60; 
R256301. 



B 



BABES IN HOLLYWOOD, a musical play by 
Herbert Fields & E. Ray Qoetz. Text 
only. © 20Apr33; D22259. Dorothy 
Fields (E); 2May60; R2564-38. 

THE BAD PENNY, a play In 3 acts by 
William Anthony MeGuire. © 30Aug32; 
D17899. Lou MeGuire (W); lApr60; 
R254842. 

BALL IM SAVOY; Operette In 3 Akten und 
einem Vorsplel, 7 Bllder. Text by 
Alfred GrUnwald & Fritz Lbhner-Beda; 
music by Paul Abraham. Regle-und 
Soufflierbuch. © 15Peb33; DP22285. 
Henry A. GrUnwald (C) & Meta Mary 
Maass (C of A. GrUnwald); 15Feb60; 
R252207. 

BALL IM SAVOY; Operette In 3 Akten und 
einem Vorsplel, 7 Bllder. Text by 
Alfred GrUnwald 4 Fritz LShner-Beda; 
music by Paul Abraham. Vocal score. 
© 15Feb33; DP28434. Henry A. GrUn- 
wald (C) & Meta Mary Maass (C of 
A. GrUnwald); 15Feb60; R252206. 

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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



THE BAMBOO BOX, a musical comedy In two 
acts. Book and lyrics by Sarah Grames 
Clark; music by Winifred Moore. 
© 5Jan33; D28413. Ralph L. Clark 
(Wr), Mrs. Wm. P. Ramloo (Helen L. 
Clark) & Ralph 0. Clark (C); llMar60; 
R253630. 

LE BANQUE NEMO, de Loul3 Vemeull, pseud, 
de Louis Jacques Marie Collin. (in La 
Petite illustration) © 4Jun32; 
DP17377. Florence Ryan (E of L. J. M. 
Collin); 7Dec59; R250647. 



LA BANQUE NEMO; piece en 3 actes & 9 
tableaux par Loul3 Vernelul, pseud, de 
Louis Jacques Marie Collin. © l8Jan32; 
DU14102. Florence Ryan (E of L. J. M. 
Collin); 7Dec59; R250644. 

BATISTE, by Alfred J. Morln. French 
translation of play Windy willows by 
Ted Maxwell & Virginia Maxwell. 
© 3Dec32; DI9567. Alfred J. Morln (A); 
19Jan60; R250641. 



THE BEAUTY SHOPPE, a comedy In 3 acts by 
Ethel Van Der Veer & Franklyn Blgelow. 
© 3May33; DP22833. Elizabeth Van 
Llmburgh (E of E. Van Der Veer); 
5May60; R256612. 

P.ELKIS, REGINA DI SABA; coregrafla In 
sette quadrl. Libretto by Claudlo 
Guastalla; music by Ottorlno Resplghl. 
Reduction for voice by G. Zuccoll. 
© 19Jan32; D28196. G. Rlcordl & Co. 
(PWH); 29Dec59; R249336. 

BELKIS, REGINA DI SABA; coreografla In 
sette quadrl dl Claudlo Guastalla. 
Illustrata con music dl Ottorlno 
Resplghl. Libretto only. © 1^8^32; 
D14702. Marcello Guastalla (C); 
29Dec59; R24933*. 

THE BELLAMY TRIAL, a play In 3 acta by 
Frances Noyes Hart & Prank E. Carstar- 
phen. © 30Dec32; DP19946. Edward H. 
Hart (wr); l4Mar60; R253382. 

LA BELLE AU BOIS; piece en 3 actes par 
Julea Supervlelle. © 20Jan33; D21767. 
Jules Supervlelle (A); 7Jul60; R259716. 

BELLE LAMAR, an episode of the Civil War 
by Dion Bouclcault. (In Plays for the 
college theatre, collected and edited 
by Oarrett H. Leverton) © 27Jun32; 
DP17258. Margery Qreen (PPW); 
29Feb60; R252944. 

DER BETTLER NAMENLOS; Oper In drel Akten 
von Robert Heger. Textbuch UE 2739. 
© 29Jan32; D15919. Robert Heger (A); 
28Dec59; R249241. 
BETTY'S DREAM. SEE SHIM SHAM. 

BIOGRAPHY, by S. N. Behrman. © 6Feb33; 
D2083O. S. N. Behrman (A); 9Feb60; 
R251987. 

BITTER SWEET, by Noel Coward. © 7Mar33; 
D21969. Noel Coward (A); 8Mar60; 
R253550. 

THE BLACK MONOCLE, by Charles Brackett. 
© 17Jan33; DU20336. Charles Brackett 
(A); 6jun60; R258092. 

THE BLARNEY STONE, a comedy-drama in 4 
acts by Edward E. Rose. © 3Uan33; 
DP21938. Ruth Rose (C); 23Jun60; 
R258802. 



THE BLUE BAG, by J. C. McMullen. 
© 28Mar32; D15391. Marie McMullen 
(W); 19Jan60; R250637. 

THE BLUE GHOST, a mystery melodrama In 3 
acts by Bernard J. McOwen 4 John P. 
Rlewerts. © 5Mar32; DP14938. M. H. 
Rlewerts (C); 3Mar60; R253122. 



BOTH YOUR HOUSES, a play In 3 acts by 
Maxwell Anderson. © 4Apr33; DP21943. 
Gilda Anderson (W), Alan Anderson, 
Terrence Anderson, Quentin Anderson 4 
Hesper A. Levenstein (C); 2May60; 
R256436. 

BRAIN SWEAT, a modern comedy of Negro 
life In 3 acts by John Charles 
Brownell. © 24Mar33; DU21423. John 
Charles Brownell (A); 8Apr60; R2J5366. 

THE BRIDE OF THE WHIRLWIND, a drama in 3 
acts by Daniel Berry. Rewritten & 
rev. ed. © 21Jan33; D20472. Daniel 
Berry (A); 4Mar60; R253163. 

BRITANNIA OF BILLINGSGATE, a comedy In 
four acts by Christine Jope-Slade 
(Christine Jope-Slade Clark) & Sewell 
Stokes. © 3May32; DPI6856. Christine 
Jope-Slade Clark (A) & Sewell Stokes 
(A); HJan60; R249821. 



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THE CABINET MINISTER'S FIRESIDE, a come- 
dy In 1 act by A. J. Talbot. 
© 15Dec32; DP21965. A. J. Talbot (A); 
7Mar60; R253216. 

THE CALL OF YOUTH, a comedy In 3 acts by 
Harrl3 Deans. © 100ct32; DP19282. 
Harris Deans (a); l8Apr60; R255771. 

CAME THE DAWN, a comedy In 3 acts by 
Raymond Van Sickle. © Uul32; D17034. 
Raymond Van Sickle (A); 9May60; 
R256847. 

CANDIDE; after Voltaire, a musical play 
by G. Antheil & B. Morgan. Text. 
© 9Jun32; DI6702. Elizabeth Antheil 
(W) & Peter R. Antheil (C); HFeb60; 
R252172. 

THE CASE OF THE FRIGHTENED LADY, a play 
in 3 acts by Edgar Wallace. 
© 30Dec32; DP21949. Patricia Frere 
(PPW); 15Mar60; R253671. 

THE CAT CAME BACK, by J. C. McMullen. 
© 31May32; D16644. Marie McMullen 
(W); 19Jan60; R250638. 

CAVALCADE, by Noel Coward. © l8jan32; 
D15302. Noel Coward (A); 12Jan60; 
R254699. 

CECILIA, a play in four acts by Allan 
Monkhouse. © l6Aug32: DP18106. 
Patrick J. Monkhouse (C); 25May60; 
R257436. 

CHARMEUSE, a comedy In 3 acts by E. Tem- 
ple. Thurston. © 6Dec32; DPI9858. 
Emily F. Temple Thurston (W); 7Mar60; 
R253222. 

CHILDREN IN UNIFORM; play In three acts. 
English adapation by Barbara Burnham. 
Based on Gestern und Heute by Chrlsta 
Winsloe. © 7Nov32; DU19106. Barbara 
Burnhaa (A); 25May60; R257437. 

CHILDREN OF JAZZ, by Ben Oakland, J. P. 
Murray & Barry Trivers. © 29Mar32; 
D15295. Ben Oakland (A), J. P. Murray 
(A) & Barry Trivers (A); 25Jan60; 
R2 50808. 

CLOSE TO HEAVEN, by Orcela Serpe, pseud. 
of Phyllis A. Seips. © 1 Jul 32; 
DU17052. Phyllis A. Seips (A); 
lOJunbO; R25&310. 

COMMENCEMENT, a play In three acts by 
Russell Leaks. © 3Feb33; D20669. 
Russell Leake (a); 27May60; R257729. 

COTE D'AZUR; sketch par Andre Blrabeau 
& George Dolley, pseud, of Georges 
Salomon. © 31Dec32; D21535. Germalne 
Klop, veuve Salomon (W); 4Feb60; 
R251717. 



CRACKED ICE. (Grasshoppers) In 10 
sequences, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, 
K, by Harry Ruby, Bert Kalmar & Grover 
Jones. © 7Mar33; D21250. Jessie 
Kalmar (W); 10May60; R256897. 

CRACKED ICE (GRASSHOPPERS) In ten 
sequences, A-K, by Harry Ruby, Bert 
Kalmar and Grover Jones. © 7Mar33; 
D21250. Harry Ruby (A); 3Jun60; 
R257993. 

THE CRIME, a short comedy sketch by 
Mabel Constanduros . © l4Mar33; 
DF22290. Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. (PWH); 
15Mar60; R253868. 

THE CRIMINAL, by Edwin Milton Royle. 
© 20Feb32; D14634. Josephine Fetter 
Royle (C) & Selana Royle (c),- l8Jan60; 
R25037O. 

CSODA A HEGYEK KOZT; legenda negy 

felvonasban. By Molnar Ferenc (Ferenc 
Molnar) © 20Jun33; DP23442. Lili 
Darvas Molnar (W); 24jun60; R258947. 

CSOK A TUKOR ELOTT. (The kiss before 
the mirror) By Fodor Laszlo (Laszlo 
Fodor) © I60ct32; DI9285. Laszlo 
(Ladislau3) Fodor (A); 17May60; 
R257042. 

A CUP OF HAPPINESS, a comedy in 3 acts 
by Eden Phlllpotts. © lMar33; 
DP21972. Eden Phlllpotts (A); 3Mar60; 
R253114. 

THE CUP OF HAPPINESS, a comedy in three 
acts by Eden Phlllpotts. © 17Jan33; 
DU20344. Eden Phlllpotts (A); 
19Jan60; R250162. 

THE CURTAIN RISES, a book of revue 
sketches by J. H. Roberts. © 7Jun32; 
DP17252. John Henry Roberts (A); 
I4jan60; R250026. 



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DA STIMMT WAS NICHT; Schwank In drei 
Akten von Franz Arnold. © l8jan33; 
D20379. Franz Arnold (A); l8Feb60; 
R252487. 



DANGEROUS CORNER, a play in three acts 
by J. B. Priestley. © 24Dec32; 
DP19959. J. B. Priestley (A); 
19Jan60; R250161. 

DECLINING ROOM, a play In 3 acts by 
R. Leake. © 19Jan33; D20378. Russell 
Leake (A); 22Apr60; R255906. 

DESIGN FOR LIVING, a comedy in three 
acts by Noel Coward. © 26jan33; 
D20568. Noel Coward (A); 28jan60; 
R251367. 

DIXON'S RETURN, a comedy In 1 act by 
W. W. Jacobs. © 31Dec32; DP21960. 
Christopher Gage Jacobs & Ruth 
Wymark Jacobs (C); 15Mar60; R253670. 

D0DSWORTH; comedy-drama In three acts 
by Sinclair Lewis. Dramatized by 
Sidney Howard. © 15Sep32; DU18290. 
Michael Lewis (C); 27Jan60; R250948. 

DON ALONSO'S TREASURE, an operetta in 2 
acts. Book S: lyrics by Geoffrey F. 
Morgan; music by Arthur A. Penn. 
© 7Nov32; D28337. Mrs. Arthur A. Penn 
(W), Olive R. Storrs (NK of G. F. 
Morgan), Muriel E. Evans (NK of G. F. 
Morgan) & Laurence W. Morgan (NK of 
G. F. Morgan); 22Jan60; R251056. 

LA DONNA SERPENTE; fabia in un prologo, 
tre attl e sette quadri. Libretto by 
C. Lodovici; music by Alfredo Casella. 
Reduction for voice & piano by Mario 
Pilati. © l8Feb32; D28195. 0. Rlcordi 
& Co. (PWH); 29Dec59; R249335. 






RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



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DORIAN GRAY; In three acts by David 
Thome. An adaption of Oaear Wilde's 
Picture of Dorian Gray. O 2Jun33; 
D22711. Dayld Thome (A); 7Jun60; 
R2 58106. 

DOUZE KUITS D' AMOUR; ou. La nult d'une 
femme. Piece en 3 actes, 12 episodes 
et 31 tableaux de Jean de Letraz. 

Uan33; D22855. Mae de Letraz, nee 
SUaone Pelgnlet (W); 17PeboO; R252347. 

THE DRAGON WHO GIGGLED, a playlet for 
children In 1 scene by Elizabeth 
KcCormlck. C 9May33; DP22S31. Eliza- 
beth McComlck (A); 17May60; R257046. 

DREAM COME TRUE, by Marjorle Lyon. 

'.dental music by James Lyon. 
Libretto. O l8Apr33; D22558. 
Marjorle Lyon (A); 19Apr60; R255723. 

DRSX; fantastic dreaa In four acta by 
Attlllo Rubulotta. O 9Apr32; D15*91. 
Attlllo Rubulotta (A); lOFobOO; 
R2 52118. 



DREK; mysterious play In four acts with 
prologue by Attlllo Rubulotta. 
O 5JunJ2; DI60O3. Attlllo Rubulotta 
(A): 10Peb60; R252117. 

LA DUQUESA GITANA; comedla de aagla en 
5 actos dlvldldos en dlez cuadros 
por Jacinto Benavente. O 280ct32; 
D25325. Lula Hurtado Olron (E); 
4jan60; R24865*. 



EASTBOUND, a play In three acta by John 
Milton Baker. O l80ct32; DU18740. 
John Milton Baker (A); 7Jan60; 
R2*9706. 

AN ELEPHANT NEVER POROETS, a aatlrlcal 
comedy In 2 acts by A. Boretz. 
C 100et32; D18599. Allen Boretz (A); 
21Mar60; R253998. 
BOIS DICKINSON, THE HUTAN 3ACKGR0UND 
CF HEP POETRY. SEE STARDUST AND 
- 

ETERNALLY YOURS, a romantic farce-comedy 
In J acts by Wilbur Braun. O llFeb33; 
DP21926. Wilbur Braun (A); 29Peb60; 
R252945. 

LES EVENEMENTS DE BEOTIE; comedle en 3 
actes de Georges Be it 4 Louis Vemeull, 
pseud, of Louis Collin, e 25Apr32; 
DU15938. Florence Ryan (E of L. Collin); 
7Dec59j R250646. 

EVENING CLOTHES, by Zona Gale (Zona Oale 
Breese) O 15Dec32; D19846. City Bank 
of Portage (E); 25Jan60; R250811. 



EVENSONG, a play In three acts by Edward 
Knoblock and Beverley Nichols. Adapted 
from Beverley Nichols 1 novel. 
O 23Jul32; DU17968. Beverley Nichols 
(A), J. V. Blggar (E of E. Knoblock) 4 
A. P. Popkln (E of E. Knoblock); 
8Jun60; R257908. 

EVENSONG, a play In three acts by Edward 
Knoblock and Beverley Nichols. Adapted 
from the novel of Beverley Nichols. 
O 30Dec32; DP21950. Beverley Nichols 
(A), J. V. Blggar (E of E. Knoblock) 4 
A. P. Popkln (E of E. Knobloek); 
&Jun60; R257909. 



THE FASTEST THING AFLOAT, by Samuel 
Jesse Warahawsky. Rev. version. 
© 8jun33; D22796. Samuel Jesse War- 
ahawsky (A); 10Jun60; R258271. 



EL PAVORITO DEL RE. Libretto by Arturo 
Rossato; music by Antonio Verettl. 
Reduction for Tolce * piano by Ouldo 
Zuccoll. O l8Peb32; D2819*. 
G. Rlcordl & Co. (PWH); 29Dec59; 
R249337. 

IL FAVORITO DEL RE; libretto In three 
acts 4 four scens by Arturo Rossato. 
Music by Antonio Verettl. C l8Peb32; 
D14667. Laura Rossato (C); 29Dec59; 
R2*9333. 

UNE PEMME RAVIE; piece en 4 actes par 
Louis Vemeull, pseud, of Louis Col- 
lin. O 29Dec32; DU20329. Plorence 
Ryan (E); 29Peb60; R25339*. 

UNE PEMME RAVIE; piece en * actes par 
Louis Vemeull, pseud, of Louis Col- 
lin. (In La Petite Illustration, no. 
605) o 17Dec32; DP21090. Plorence 
Ryan (E); 29Peb60; R253395. 

LA PILLBULE DU MARECHAL; comedle vlllage- 
olse en un acte de Armand Poucher. 
C 31Dec32; D21534. Editions Salabert 
4 Cle (PWH); UPeb60; R251718. 

FIND THE LADY, a comedietta In one act 
by Ian Hay, pseud, of John Hay Belth. 
O 19Hay33; DP22836. Helen Margaret 
Belth (W); 25May60; R257439. 

THE PIRST LEOION, a drama or life In a 
community of priests In three acts by 
Emmet 0. Lavery. C 5Jun33; DU22737. 
Emmet 0. Lavery (A); 9Jun60; R25815O. 

PIRST NIGHT, a play In 2 acta by Elliott 
Nugent 4 Norma Lee Nugent. O I6jul32; 
DU17*57. Elliott Nugent 4 Norma Lee 
Nugent (A); 20Apr60; R255836. 

PLAIR DE DETECTIVE; vaudeville en 1 acte 
de Armand Poucher. C 1Nov32: D20319. 
Editions Salabert 4 Cle (PWH); 4Peb60; 
R251722. 

PLAT TO LET, a comedy In 3 acts by 
Arthur Macrae. C 19Jul32; DU18082. 
Arthur Maorae (A); 25Mar60; R254271. 

LA FLEUR D'ORANQER; sketch par Andre 
Blrabeau 4 Oeorges Dolley, pseud, of 
Georges Salomon. O 15Dec32; D20829. 
Germalne Klop, veuve Salomon (W); 
4Feb60; R251715. 

PLOWERS OP THE NATIONS, a Juvenile oper- 
etta In one act. Libretto by Alma 
Bradbury Houghton; music by Elizabeth 
Sutton Brown. © 7Mar33; D28436. 
Elizabeth Sutton Brown (A); 28Mar60; 
R25*383 . 

PLYING COLORS, a revue by H. Dletz, 
Charles Sherman, Corey Ford, George 
S. Kaufman & Marc Connelly. Words 
and music by H. Dletz 4 Arthur 
Schwartz. a 28oct32; D19139. Arthur 
Schwartz (A); 22Jan60; R251443. 

FOLIES BERGERE, eln Stuck In drel Akten 
von Gustav Beer und Wolfgang Pohl. 
© 22Mar33; D21518. Gustave Beer (A); 
27Apr60; R256735. 

POR SALE--CHEAP: By Ethelmay Shorey 
Campbell. © 13Jul32; DI7397. Ethel- 
may Shorey Campbell (A); 8Feb60; 
R251996. 

FOR SERVICES RENDERED, a play in three 
acts by W. Somerset Maugham. 
© 12Apr33; D22177. W. Somerset 
Maugham (A); 26Apr60; R255956. 

FOR SERVICES RENDERED, by W. Somerset 
Maugham. Installments 6-12. (In The 
Sunday express, London, Dec. 18, 1932- 
Jan. 29, 1933) © l8Dec32-29Jan33; 
DP21998. W. Somerset Maugham (A); 
31Mar60; R254636. 



POR THE STATE, an episode In one act by 
Kenneth Webb. © 7Jun32; D16673. 
Kenneth S. Webb (A); 26Jan60; 
R250862. 

FRANCIS DRAKE, a play In nine acts by 
Russell Leake. © 3Mar33; D21148. 
Russell Leake (A); 27May60; R257730. 

FREMDErJLEGION. SEE SAND. 

FRIEND OP HIS YOUTH, a play In three 
acts with prologue by Russell Leake. 
© 3Pab33; D20668. Russell Leake (A); 
27May60; R257728. 

FRIENDSHIP; or. In Mozart's time. 
Operetta In one act. Book, lyrics, 
and music by Mary Llchthardt. 
© 13Jan33; D28383. Nary Llchthardt 
(A); 4Mar60; R253200. 

PRUHLINGSSTURME; Operette In drel Akten 
von Qustav Beer. Muslk von Jaromlr 
Weinberger. Buch und Reglebuch eln- 
gerlchtet Ton Gustav Beer. Text. 
O 31Mar33; D23719. Gustave Beer (A); 
30Jun60; R259532. 

PRUHLINGSSTURME; Operette In drel Akten 
von Gustav Beer. Muslk von Jaromlr 
Weinberger. Text. © 23Feb33; D21051. 
Gustave Beer (a); 30Jun60; R259531. 



PRUHLINOSSTUHME; Operette In 3 Akten von 
Oustav Beer. Muslk von Jaromlr Wein- 
berger. Reglebuch elngerlchtet von 
Gustav Beer. © 3lMar33; D23719. 
Jaromlr Weinberger (A); 23May60; 
R25777*. 



FRUHLINQSSTURME; Operette In 3 Akten von 
Oustav Beer. Muslk von Jaromlr Wein- 
berger. Text. © 23Peb33; D21051. 
Jaromlr Weinberger (A); 23May60; 
R257773. 



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A GALLERY OF MEN, a comedy in six scenes 
by David Thome. © 2Jun33; D22712. 
David Thome (A); 7Jun60; R258107. 

UN QENDRE CHAMPION; vaudeville en un acte 
de Armand Poucher. Llvret. © lSep32; 
DI8613. Editions Salabert 4 Cle 
(PWH); 4Feb60; R25I725. 

THE GENTLE ROGUE, a comedy In 3 acts by 
John Charles Brownell. ffl 24Feb33; 
DP21939. John Charles Brownell (A); 
lApr60; R254646. 

THE GENTLEMAN TRAMP, a radio sketch by 
J. C. Beal. © 15Dec32; D19754. Jo- 
seph C. Beal (A); 28Mar60; R254586. 

A GHOST OF A CHANCE, a comedy In 1 act 
by Marie Doran. © 17Feb33; DP21930. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 31Mar60; 
R254635- 

GHOSTS, a drama in three acts by Henrlk 
Ibsen. Translated from the Norwegian 
by Arvld Paulson. © lApr32; D15339. 
Arvld Paulson (A); 29Feb60; R252950. 

THE GIFT; operetta. Arranged from the 
music of W. A. Mozart by Helen Boswell 
& Dorothy Park Clark. © 25Mar32; 
D28249. Summy -Blrchard Pub. Co. 
(PWH); 12Feb60; R252468. 

GIUDITTA; musikallsche Komodie in 5 
Blldern von Paul Knepler und Fritz 
Lohner. Musik von Franz Lehar. 
© 15Feb33; DP28467. Otto Blau (E of 
F. Lehar); 28Mar60; R254297. 
GLUCKLICHE REISE; Operette in 3 Akten 
(7 Blldern) von Max Bertuch und Kurt 
Schwabach. Musik von Edward KUnneke. 
© 23Nov32; D21844. Edith Bertuch (W) 
& Kurt Schwabach (A); 31May60; 
R257860. 



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Jan.-June 



000D NEWS, a musical comedy by Laureno 1 
Schwab & B. G. De Sylva (George Gard 
De Sylva) Lyrics by B. G. De Sylva & 
Lew Brown; music by Ray Henderson. 
Libretto. © 240ct32; DP19274. Mildred 
Schwab (W), Marie De Sylva (W), June 
Brown (W) 4 Arlyne Mulligan (C of 
L. Brown); l6Dec59; R249704. 

GOOD NEWS, a musical comedy by Laurence 
Schwab 4 B. G. De Sylva, pseud, of 
George Gard De Sylva. Lyrics by B. G. 
De Sylva 4 Lew Brown; music by Ray 
Henderson. © 240ct32; D19274. June 
Brown (W), Naomi Brown (C) 4 Arlyne 
Mulligan (C of L. Brown); 25Feb60; 
R252821. 

A GOOD TURN, a comedy in three acts by 
Lowell Brentano 4 Isadore Lhevlnne. 
© l4Nov32; DU19216. Frances I. 
Brentano (W); HApr60; R255464. 

GOODBYE AGAIN, a now play In three acts 
by Allan Scott and George Haight. 
© 8Apr33; D21941. Allan Scott (A) 4 
Oeorge Haight (a); l4Jun60; R258528. 

GRASSHOPPERS. SEE CRACKED ICE. 

GRASSHOPPERS. SEE CRACKED ICE (GRASS- 
HOPPERS) 

GREAT CAESAR'S GHOST, a sketch by J. D. 
Blaufox (Joseph Blaufox) © 26May32; 
D16480. Joseph Blaufox (a); 6jan60; 
R249197 . 

DIE GROSSE KATHARINA. (Great Catherine) 
Komlsche Oper in 3 Akten, 4 Szenen. 
Text von 0. B. Shaw; Deutscher Text 
mlt Zustlmmung des Ubersetzers Slefrled 
Trebltsch, von Konrad Maril. Muslk von 
Ig. Llllen. Klavlerauszug mlt text. 
© 9Mar?2; D28242. Ignaz Llllen (A); 
12Jan60; R250390. 



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HAMILTON RUMPLEBAUGH, ESQUIRE, a drama 
for the radio In three acts by Stanley 
F. Davie. © 2Sep32; D1797 1 *. Stanley 
F. Davie (A); 7Mar60; R253387. 

HAMILTON RUMPLEBAUGH, ESQUIRE, EPISODE 
2, a drama for the radio In four acts 
by Stanley Davie. © 23Jan33; D20449. 
Stanley Davie (a); 7Mar60; R253386. 

HARD TIMES-BUCKS-BEANS & PROSPERITIES, 
by Byron Robert McCready. © l8Mar32; 
C5869. Byron R. McCready (A); 
l4Mar60; R253381. 

THE HAUNTED ROOM; short sketch by Lola 
Harvey & Syd Courtenay. © l4Mar33j 
DF22289. Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. (PWH); 
15Mar60; R253869. 

HEALTHY, WEALTHY AND WISE, a farce 
comedy In 3 acts by Charles George. 
© 8May33; DP22834. Charles George 
[A)i l6May60; R257099. 

HEARTS ARE TRUMPS; operetta. Libretto 
by L. du Garde Peach; music by Victor 
Hely-Hutchlnson. © 6jan32; D28177. 
Marjorle Hely-Hutchlnson (W); l8Dec59; 
R250554. 

HER MAJESTY THE WIDOW, a modern comedy 
in three acts by John Charles Brownell. 
© 24Mar33; DU21422. John Charles 
Brownell (A); 31May60; R257867. 

HERBERT CAN'T BE FRANK, a bit of scram- 
bled history in 1 act by K, Webb. 
© 20Dec32; D19810. Kenneth S. Webb 
(A); 25Mar60; R254267. 

L'HERMINE; piece en 3 actes de Jean 
Anoullh. © l4jul32; DU17322. Jean 
Anoullh (A); 23Jun60; R258793. 



HOLLYWOOD HONEYMOON, an episode in one 
act by Kenneth Webb. © 29Jun32; 
DI7OO6. Kenneth S. Webb (A); 26Jan60; 
R2 50861. 

HONOURS EASY, a play in 3 acts by Roland 
Pertwee. © lDec32; DP19864. Roland 
Pertwee (AJ; 15Mar60; R253673. 

HOT-CHA, a play in two acts by L. Brown, 
M. Helllnger & R. Henderson. 
© 15Jun32; D16774. June Brown (W), 
Naomi Brown (C) 4 Arlyne Mulligan 
(C of L. Brown); 25Feb60; R252820. 



I AM OVER FORTY, a comedy in 1 act by 
Madeline Blackmore. © 10May32; 
DU16213. Madeline Blackmore (A); 
15Feb60; R252270. 

I LOVE YOUR WIFE, a play in 3 acts by 
Anson Van Alstyn. © 7Feb33; D20728. 
Ruth Van Alatyne (W); 17May60; R257193. 

IMPORTANT PEOPLE, a farce in three acts 
by F. Wyndham Mallock. © 4jun32; 
DP17253. F. Wyndham Mallock (A); 
l4jan60; R250027. 

THE IMPROPER DUCHESS, a modern comedy in 
3 acts by James Bernard Fagan. 
©31Jan33; DP21953. Mary Fagan (W); 
8Apr60; R255369. 

IN MOZART'S TIME. SEE FRIENDSHIP. 

IN THE BEST OF FAMILIES, a sketch by 
J. Norworth. © 12May32; D16233. 
Amy Norworth (W); 2Mar60; R253086. 

IN THE DENTIST'S CHAIR, a 1 act thriller 
by Anthony Armstrong, pseud, of 
Anthony Armstrong Willis. © 15Mar33; 
DP21963. Anthony Armstrong Willis 
(A); 8Apr60; R255371. 

THE INCREDIBLE BORGIAS, an operetta by 
R. Berton, E. Berton 4 J. Baird. 
Music by E. Berton; lyrics by Edward 
Elllsque (Edward Eliscu) Text only. 
© 23Dec32; D20100. Edward Eliscu (A); 
6Apr60; R255336. 

INTERMEZZO, by Jean Glraudoux. © 10Mar33; 
D22481. Mme Jean Glraudoux, nee 
Suzanne Roland (w) & Jean-Pierre 
Glraudoux (C); 9Jun60; R258060. 

IRISH EYES, a comedy-drama in 3 acts by 
Edward E. Rose. © 3Uan33; DP21937. 
Ruth Rose (C); 23Jun60; R258801. 

IT GETS YOU, a three act play by Margaret 
Jaques Rowe. © Uun32; DI7154. 
Margaret Jaques Rowe (A); 15Apr60; 
R255673. 

IT IS QUICKER TO TELEPHONE, a comedy in 
1 act by Ian Hay, pseud, of John Hay 
Beith. © 9Jun33; DP24692. Helen 
Margaret Belth (W); 20Jun60; R258645. 



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JEANNE; comedie en 3 actes et 4 tableaux 
de Henri Duvernols, pseud, of Henri 
Simon Schwabacher. (In La Petite 
illustration no.608) © 7Jan32; 
D21092. Mme Henri Duvemois, nee 
Marguerite Liebaum (w); 19Jan60; 
R250411. 

JEANNE, de Henri Duvernoi3, pseud, de 
Henri Simon Schwabacher. © 29Dec32; 
D20328. Mme Henri Duvernols, nee 
Marguerite Liebaum (W); 19Jan60; 
R250410. 

JEZEBEL, a play in three acts by Owen 
Davis. © 24May33; D22581. Donald 
Davis (C); 31May60; R257868. 



JOBYNA STEPS OUT, a comedy In 3 acts by 
Marie Baumer. © 30Dec32; DP21924. 
Marie Baumer (A); lApr60; R254645. 

DER JOLLY JOKER; Revueoperette in 2 
Akten, 9 Bildern, von Emil und Arnold 
Golz. Gesangstexte von Peter Herz und 
Emil Golz. © 13May32; DF18201. Peter 
Herz (A); 28Mar60; R254387. 

THE JOLLY ROGER, by V. C. Clinton 
Baddeley & Scoble Mackenzie. With 
music by Walter Leigh. Libretto. 
© l8Apr33; D22557. V. C. Clinton 
Baddeley (A) & Scoble Mackenzie (A); 
19Apr60; R255724. 



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DIE KARRIERE, eln Stueck In 5 Statlonen 
von Ludwlg Fulda. © 20May32; DUI638O. 
Carl H. Fulda (C); 17Mar60; R253836. 

KEEPING NORA HAPPY, a comedy In 1 act by 
Marjorle De Mott. © 9Dec32; DP19953. 
Raymond S. De Mott (Wr) ; !Apr60; 
R254644. 

KINDNESS ITSELF, a comedy in 1 act by 
Leonard J. Hines & Frank King. 
© 31Dec32; DP21958. Leonard J. 
Hines & Frank King (A); 3Mar60; 
R253116. 

THE KING'S SNEEZES; or, Max and his 
music box. Operetta in 1 act. Book 
and lyrics by Richard Atwater; music 
by Jessie Thomas. © 19Dec32; D28357. 
Jessie Thomas Amlck (A); 17Jun60; 
R258920. 

THE KISS BEFORE THE MIRROR. SEE 
CSOK A TUKOR ELOTT. 

A KISS IN XANADU, a pantomime in 3 
scenes by Wlnthrop Ames. (in Plays 
for the college theater, collected and 
edited by Garrett H. Leverton) 
© 27Jun32; DP17259. Mrs. Wlnthrop 
Ames (W); 3Mar60; R253H9. 



THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN, by Sidney 
Howard. Founded upon Prenez garde a 
la peinture by Rene Fauchols. 
© 26jan33; DP21942. Polly Damrosch 
Howard (W) ; 8Apr60; R255368. 

THE LEGEND OF THE MOAT; operetta. Music 
and dances by Buenta Carter. Libretto 
by Mary E. Partridge & Buenta Carter. 
© 31Mar32; D28224. Summy -Blrchard 
Pub. Co. (PWH); 12Feb60; R252467. 

LEST YE FORGET.' A moral by Harry Wag- 
staff Gribble. (In Blackouts, four- 
teen revue sketches, edited by Mar- 
jorle Rice Levis) © 4Apr32; DP17108. 
Harry Wagstaff Gribble (A); 3Mar60; 
R253120. 

LIFE BEGINS, a play in three act3 by 
Mary McDougal Axelson. © l8Aug32: 
Dl7706. Mary McDougal Axelson (A); 
29Feb60; R252955. 

LIKE ANY ONE OF US, a radio sketch by 
J. C. Beal. Pt.l. © 12Jan33; 
D20207. Joseph C. Beal (A); HMay60; 
R256980. 

LISELOTT; Slngspiel in 6 Blldem von 
Richard Kessler nach H. Stobitzer. 
Musik von Eduard Kuenneke. Reglebuch. 
© 24May32; D17748. Richard Kessler 
(A); 10Feb60; R251939. 

THE LITTLE DISCIPLE, an Easter play by 
Ruth Amelia Smith 4 Adellna Patti Ful- 
ton. © 23Feb33; D21085. Ruth Amelia 
Smith 4 Adellna Patti Fulton (A); 
lMarbO; R253189. 






RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



41 



LITTLE MEN, a play in 3 acta by John D. 
Ravold from the book by Louisa M. 
Alcott. O Uun33; DU22703. John 
Ravold (A); 5Jul60; R259755. 

LITTLE OL' BOY, a play In 3 acts by 
Albert Qeln. © ?OApr33; DU21922. 
Albert Beln (A); 4^60; R256611. 



LO QUE HABLAN LAS MUJERES; comedla er. 
tres actos por Seraflr. Alvarez Qulntero 
4 Joaquin Alvarez Qulntero. O 210ct32; 
D2551*. Maria Lulsa Alvarez Qulntero 
(NX); »Jan60; R2*8o50. 

LOLLIPOP LAND, a two act play with 
music by Helen Ramsey. O HApr32; 
D28233. Helen Ramsey (A); 12Jan60; 
R249989. 

THE LONG CHRISTMAS DINNER, a play In 1 
act by Thornton wilder. O 23Mar33; 
DP21956. Thornton Wilder (A); 8Apr60; 
R255370. 

THE LOST CLOWN, a Juvenile operetta In 
two acts. Unison and two-part. Book 
and lyrics by Sarah Grames Clark; 
anisic by Agnes Wright. O 10Feb33; 
D2&440. Agnes Wright (A); 21Mar60; 
R253928. 

LOW BRIDGE, a play of the old Erie Canal 
by Prank B. Elser. Adapted from the 
novel Rome haul by Walter D. Edmonds. 
(In Plays for the college theatre, 
collected and edited by Garrett H. 
Leverton) O 27Jun32; DP 17261. E. B. 
Grubb (V); 30Mar6O; R2S4609. 

LUCRECE; from Le viol de Lucrece by 
Andre Obey. Translated by Thornton 
Wilder. © 10Peb33; DP20862. Thornton 
N. Wilder (A); 8Apr60; R255365. 

LUISA PERNANDA; comedla llrlca en tres 
actos, el segundo dlvldldo en tres 
cuadros, en verso, original de Pederl- 
co Romero 1 Gulllermo Pernandez Shaw. 
Muslca del maestro Pederlco Moreno 
Torroba. Segunda edlclon. Libretto. 
O 26Mar32; D25518. Pederlco Romero 
Sarachaga (A); 4jan60; R248651. 



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THE MAD ENTERTAINER, a radio sketch by 
J. C. Beal. C 15Dec32; D19753. Jo- 
seph C. Beal (A); 28Mar60; R25<*585. 

MRDEL AUS WEIN; Operette In drel Akten 
von Pranz Grlbltz (Joe Grlbltz) und 
Prltz Ceroid, nach Robert Bondanzky. 
Muslk von Helnrich Strecker. Regle- 
und Souffllerbuch. © 22Mar32; 
DUI5173. Helnrich Strecker (A) & 
Pranz Grlbltz (A); llMaroO; R255745. 

MAID IN JAPAN; or, When dreams come 

true, an operetta In 2 acts. Book and 
lyrics by Helen R. Stllwell; music by 
Margaret 4 E. J. Gatwood. Edited by 
Emll Soderstron. © 13Nov32; D23342. 
Margaret i E. J. Gatwood (A); 20Jun63; 
R255750. 

KAN WITH SILVER, a farce In 3 acts by 
Elliott Nugent & Norma Lee Nugent. 
© 12Aug32; DU18961. Elliott Nugent & 
Norma Lee Nugent (A); 20Apr60; R255837. 

THE MARCHIONESS INSISTS, a sketch by 
Brandon Fleming. © 8Nov32; DP19854. 
Brandon Fleming (A); l8Apr60; R255772. 

MARKED FOR REST, by Turner Rose. 
© 25Mar32; DP16940. Turner Rose 
(A); 5Feb60; R251529. 

MARRY THE GIRL, a farce In three acts 
by George Arthurs & Arthur Miller. 
© l4Mar32; DP16859. Mrs. M. P. 
Chambers (E of G. Arthurs) & 
Mrs. Arthur Miller (W); HJanbO: 
R249817. 



MARY'S ANKLE, a farcical display In 3 
views by May Tully. © 20JU132; 
DP18090. Gustave W. Steffen (NK); 
23JUn60; R25S799. 

MAUD AND COUSIN BILL, a radio play by 
Booth Tarklngton. © Pts. 38-48, 
7Jan33, D20075; pts. 49-61 with sketch 
for Introductory program, 26jan33, 
D20J16; pts. 62-73, 25Feb33, D20988; 
pts. 74-35, 23Mar33, D21527; pts. 86- 
100, 15Apr33, D21852. Susanah K. 
Tarklngton (W); 25Apr60; R255950- 
R255954. 

MAUD AND COUSIN BILL. (Pts. 1-12 have 
title: Maud and Bill) A one act radio 
play by Booth Tarklngton. © Pts. 1-12, 
10ct32, D18490; Pts. 13-19, 5Nov32, 
D19033; pts. 20-28, 26Nov32, D19461; 
pts. 29-37, l6Dec32, D19774. Susanah K. 
Tarklngton (W); 24Dec59; R250478- 
250*81. 

'X. SEE 

■ 

MAYTIME IN ERIN; comedy-drama In 3 acts 
by Edward E. Rose. O 3Uan33; 
DP21927. Ruth Rose (C); 23Jun60; 

. 

UN MEDIUM RIQOLO; vaudeville en un aete 
de Armand Poucher. Llvret. © 1Nov32; 
D20318. Editions Salabert & Cle 
(PWH); 4Peb60; R251723. 

THE MIOHTY WEAK, a play In three acts by 
Saauel Shlpman. © 27May32; D16533. 
Louis Shlpman (NK); 15Feb60; R252268. 

MIMI PANDORE; sketch fllme de Georges 
Dolley, pseud, of Oeorges Salamon. 
© 3U>ec32; D21537. Germalne Klop, 
veuve Salomon (W); 4Peb60; R251714. 

MRS. TARQUIN, a comedy In a prologue and 

3 acts by M. M. Young, © 9May33; 
DU22333. Mary M. Young (A); 17Jun60; 
H253552. 

MONEY POR NOTHINO, a rural conspiracy In 
1 act by P. Morton Howard. © 15Dec32; 
DP21964. P. Morton Howard (A); 
7Mar60; R253217. 

MONSIEUR FLANELLE; etude de moeurs en un 
acte de Armand Poucher. Llvret. 
© 1Nov32; D20321. Editions Salabert 

4 Cle (PWH); 4Feb60; R251720. 

MONSIEUR FLOCHE; comedle en 4 actes par 
Georges Berr 4 Louis Verneull. 
© 10Peb33; D21055. Florence Ryan 
(E of L. Verneull); 29Feb60; R253393. 

LA MORAL DEL DIVORCIO; conferencla 
dlalogada, dlvldlda en tres partes 
por Jacinto Benavente. © 4Nov32: 
D25510. Luis Hurtado Glron (E); 
4jan60; R248648. 



MORE POWER TO YOU, by J. C. McMullen. 
Revised from Poor dear Uncle Jones, 
a comedy by Beulah King. © 15Aug32; 
DI7656. Marie McMullen (w); 19Jan60; 
R2 50639. 

THE MURDER IN THE FOYER, a burlesque In 
1 scene by A. J. Talbot. © 15Dec32; 
DP21962. A.' J. Talbot (A); 7Mar60; 
R253218. 

MUSICAL CHAIRS, a play In three acts by 
Ronald Mackenzie. © 6May32; DP16849. 
Clifford Kent-Wright (E); llJanoO: 
R249818. 

MUSICAL CHAIRS, a play In three acts by 
Ronald Mackenzie. © l6May32; DU16J57. 
Clifford Kent-Wright (E); HJan60; 
R249820. 

MY WIFE COMES TO DINNER, a comedy In 1 
act by Brandon Fleming. © 21Nov32; 
DP19855. Brandon Fleming (A)j 
l8Apr60; R255770. 



MYRA AND JOSHUA, a series of radio 
sketches by J. C. Beal. Program 5. 
© 4Feb33; D20699. Joseph C. Beal (A); 
llMay60; R25698I. 

MYRA--THE CAPE CODDER; 1st program, a 
radio series by J. C. Beal. 
© 15Dec32; D19752. Joseph C. Beal 
(A); 28Mar60; R254584. 



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THE NET, a play In 1 act by Robert T. 
Haines. © 150ct32; DP19268. Robert 
T. Haines (A); 5JU160; R259756. 

THE NEW COLONY. ( II nuova colonla) A 
play In 3 acts by Elizabeth Mlele. 
Adapted from the Italian of Lulgl 
Pirandello. 29Peb32; DUIV771. 
Marta Abba Mllllkln (PWH); 2SFeb60; 
R253109. 

NICOPOLIS, an operetta of ancient Greece. 
Book and lyrics by J. H. Plthlan 4 
Harold W. Tlchenor. Music by J. H. 
Plthlan. lMar32; D28200. James 
Hampton Plthlan (A); 29Peb60; R252952. 

NIGHT JOURNEY, a play In 1 act by 

Leonard J. Hlnes. © 30Dec32; DP21959. 
Leonard J. Hlnes (A); 3Mar60; R253115. 

NINA ROSE; operette en 2 actes et 12 
tableaux, d'apres Harbach, par Mouezy- 
Eon. Lyrics de Albert Wlllemetz. 
Llvret. O 31Dec32; D22605. Albert 
Wlllemetz (A); 4Feb60; R251712. 

NO ONE KNOWS EVERYTHING, a village 
comedy In 1 act by F. Morton Howard. 
© 9Jun33; DP24691. F. Morton Howard 
(A); 20Jun60; R258644. 

NO TRIBUTE, by Edward Longstreth. 

© 24Nov31; DI3IO9. Edward Longstreth 
(A); 18Nov59; R252033. 

LA NUIT D'UNE FEMME. SEE DOUZE NUITS 
D' AMOUR. 

IL NUOVA CuLONIA. SEE THE NEW COLONY. 



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OFF THE AIR, a sketch by E. Steuer & 
Sammy Lerner (Samuel Lerner) 
© l6jan33; 0206=0. Sammy Lerner (A); 
10May60; R256898. 

ORDERS ARE ORDERS, a military diversion 
In 3 acts by Ian Hay, pseud, of John 
Hay Belth, and Anthony Armstrong, 
pseud, of Anthony Armstrong Willis. 
© 8Feb33; DP21948. Anthony Armstrong 
Willis (A) & Helen Margaret Belth (W); 
4May60; R256609. 

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOON; or, The port 
of nowhere, a play in three acts by 
Errol Aubrey Jones. © 2Mar32; 
DU14816. Errol Aubrey Jones (A); 
15Feb60; R252261. 

OUR CHILDREN, a comedy-drama in 3 acts 
by Louis K. Anspacher. © 110ct32; 
DP19270. Florence S. Anspacher (W) ; 
!Apr60; R254643. 



PAINTS AND PATCHES, a musical comedy in 
two acts by Sarah Grames Clark & 
Arthur A. "Perm. © 5Feb32; D28273. 
Mrs. Arthur A. Penn (w), Ralph L. Clark 
(Wr), Mrs. William P. Ramloo (Helen L. 
Clark) (C) & Ralph G. Clark (C); 
HJan60; R250553. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



PALLA DE MOZZI; melodramma In tre attl 
dl Olovacchlno Forzano. Music by 
Gino Marinuzzl. Reduction for voice 
& piano by Giuseppe Savagnone. 
© 29MarJ2; D28231. G. Rlcordi & Co. 
(PWH); 19Peb60; R252571. 

PARDON MY ENGLISH, a musical comedy In 
3 acts by Herbert Fields & Morris 
Rysklnd. © 15Nov32; D19370. Dorothy 
Fields (E); 22Jan60; R251440. 



PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, a play In three 
acts by Russell Leake. © 17Apr33; 
D21882. Russell Leake (A); 27May60; 
R257731 . 

PARTY, a play In 3 acts by Ivor Novello. 
© 19Aug32; DU17757. F. W. Allen (E); 
25Mar60; R254270. 

THE PARTY'S OVER, a play In 3 acts by 
Daniel Ku3ell. © 15Dec32; D1975T. 
Daniel Kusell (A); 25Mar60; R254J91. 

THE PASSING PRESENT, a play in 3 acts by 
Gretchen Damrosch (Oretchen Damrosch 
Flnletter) © 8Sep32; DP18102. Oret- 
chen Damrosch Flnletter (A); 15Mar60; 
R253674 . 



PEACE ON EARTH; play In 3 acts by George 
Sklar & Albert Maltz. © 28Apr33; 
D22569. George Sklar & Albert Maltz 
(A); 3May60; R256507. 

PERICHOLE; Operette in 3 Akten, FOnf 
Abtellungon, von Jacques Offenbach. 
Neuer Text nach zwel Fassungen von 
Henry Meilhac und Ludovlc Halevy, von 
Karl Kraus. Textbuch der GesSnge dem 
In demselben Verlag erschlenenen 
Gesamttextbuch Perlchole entnommen. 
UE 7605a. © 25Jan32; D15920. Jan van 
Loween (E. of K. Kraus); 28Dec59; 
R249240. 

THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE, a village drama 
in 1 act by F. Morton Howard. 
© 31Dec32; DP2195 1 *. F. Morton Howard 
(A); 7Mar60; R253220. 

UNE PETITE FEMME, D' ACTIONS; piece en 
un acte de Armand Foucher. © 31Dec32; 
D21533. Editions Salabert 4 Cle 
"" H); 



PLEASURE CRUISE, a comedy by Austen 
Allen. © 3Aug32; DPI7812. Austen 
Allen (A); 25May60; R257435. 



(PWH); 4Feb60; R251719. 

PETTICOATS, a comedy in 1 act by Marlon 
Holbrook. O 50ct32; D13707. Marlon 
Holbrook (A); 27Jun60; R259046. 

LA PICARA VIDA; comedla en cuatro actos 
por Serafln Alvarez Quintero & Joaquin 
Alvarez Quintero. © 30Nov32; D25522. 
Maria Luisa Alvarez Quintero (NK); 
4jan60; R248653. 

PIGEONS AND PEOPLE, a farce comedy in 
one act by George M. Cohan. 
© 27Dec32; D19916. Agnes M. Cohan 
(W); l8Feb60; R252488. 

THE PINK FOX; comedy In four acts by 
Eugenia Sheppard Mllles. © 29Feb32; 
DP14929. Eugenia Sheppard Mllles 
(A); 19Feb60; R252530. 

PINKIE AND THE FAIRIES, a fairy play for 
children & others in three act3 by 
W. Graham Robertson. © 7Jun32; 
DPI7251. Kerrison Preston (E); 
l4Jan60; R250025. 

PINS AND NEEDLES, a farce comedy In 3 
acts by A. Boretz. © 100ct32; D18600. 
Allen Boretz (A); 21Mar60; R253999- 

THE PIRATES' GHOST GARDEN, a comedy mys- 
tery in two acts by Edith Daseklng. 
© 31Mar32; D15504. Banner Play 
Bureau, Inc. (PWH); 15Feb60; R252247. 



THE PORT OF NOWHERE. 
SIDE OF THE MOON. 

PRENEZ GARDE A LA PEINTURE. 
LATE CHFISTOPHER SEAN. 

PREPOPTEROPS, THE GIANT. 
SHA.M . 



SEE THE OTHER 



SEE SHIM 



PRINCESS MARINA; musical fantasy in 
three acts by Grace Warner Guleslan. 
© l6May32; DP3974. Grace Warner 
Guleslan (A); 8Feb60; R253009. 

PURSE STRINGS, by Roger Wheeler. 
© 15Aug32; DI7655. Marion Wheeler 
(W); 19Jan60; R250640. 



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THE QUEEN'S HUSBAND, a comedy in three 
acts by Robert Eramet Sherwood. 
© 100ct32; DPI9283. Madeline Sherwood 
(w); 19Jan60; R250160. 



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DER RATTENFAENGER VON HAMELN; MSrchen- 
spiel In 4 Bildern. Text nach einer 
Dlchtung von Helene Scheu-Riesz. FUr 
die Vertonung bearbeitet von 
R. St. Hoffmann. Eng. Uebers von 
Sylvia Spencer-Welch. Musik von Karl 
Welgl, op. 24. Klavlerauszug von 
E. Simon. UE 10425. © 190ct32; 
D28390. Mrs. Karl Welgl (w); 31May60; 
R257482. 

RECOVERY, a 1 act comedy playlet for the 
revue Forward march by Lew Brown, Ray 
Henderson & D. Freedman. © 100ct32; 
DI8605. June Brown (W), Naomi Brown 
(C) & Arlyne Mulligan (C of L. Brown); 
24Feb60; R252800. 

REST AND QUIET, a 1-act comedy by Katha- 
rine Havl land -Taylor. © 8jul32; 
DP17256. Constance Denues (NK); 
15Mar60; R253675. 

RIDDLE ME THIS! A play in 3 acts by 
Daniel N. Rubin. © l8Feb33; DP21934. 
Daniel N. Rubin (a); 24Mar60; R254439. 

RIDDLE ME THIS! A play In 3 acts by 
Daniel N. Rubin. © l8Feb33; DP21934. 
Daniel N. Rubin (A); 25Mar60; R254275. 

RING AROUND ROSIE, by J. C. McMullen. 
© 12Feb32; Dl46l6. Marie McMullen 
(W); 19Jan60; R250636. 

RISE 'N' SHINE, a play In 2 acts by 
Laurence Schwab & G. G. DeSylva. 
© 5Nov32; D19298. Mildred Schwab 
Walsh (W) & Laurence Schwab, Jr. (C); 
22Jan60; R251442. 

RIVIERA BLUE, by Claire G. Sifton & Paul 
Slfton. © I40ct32; DU18932. Paul 
Sifton (A) & Claire G. Sifton (A); 
4jan60; R250663. 



ROMANCE IN ROTOGRAVURE. 
SUPPLEMENT . 



SEE SUNDAY 



ROMANTICISMO, di Arturo Rossato. Dal 
dramma dl Girolamo Rovetta. Musica 
dl Iglno Robblani. Libretto. 
© 19Mar32; D15529. Laura Rossato 
(C); 19Feb60; R252577. 

ROMANTICISMO; tre attl dl Arturo Rossato. 
Dal dramma di Girolamo Rovetta. Per 
la musica di Igino Robblani; riduzione 
per canto e pianoforte dl Raffaele 
delli Pontl. Reduction for voice lc 
piano. © 3May32; D28260. G. Rlcordi 
& Co. (PWH); 28Apr60; R256428. 



ROME HAUL. SEE LOW BRIDGE. 

ROTHSCHILD; play by George Hembert 
Westley. © HMay32; D16224. George 
Hembert Westley (George Hlpplsley, 
pseud.) (A); 28Apr60; R256459. 

RUBY, a drama In a prologue and 3 acts 
by Lea Darvid Freeman. © 17May33; 
D22496. Lea David Freeman (A); 
19May60; R257280. 



SAILOR BEWARE, by Kenyon Nicholson & 
Charles Robinson. © lDec32; DI9509. 
Kenyon Nicholson (A) & Charles 
Robinson (A); 10Feb60; R252044. 

SAND. (Fremden legion) Eln Stuck in 
vler Akten von Gustav Beer. 
© 22Mar33; D21519. Gustave Beer (A); 
27Apr60; R256742. 

A SATURDAY NIGHT; comedy in three acts 
by Owen Davis. © 28jan33; D20543. 
Donald Davis (C); lFeb60; R251171. 

DER SCHMIED VON GENT; nach de Costers 
Smetse Smee aus den Vlamlschen Maren. 
Crosse Zauberoper in 3 Akten, 9 Bild- 
ern von Franz Schreker. Klavlerauszug 
mit Text von Kurt Fieblg. © 4Aug32; 
DF28349. Maria Schreker (W); 8Apr60; 
R255393. 

DER SCHMIED VON GENT; nach de Costers 
Smetse Smee aus den Vlamlschen Maren. 
Grosse Zauberoper in 3 Akten, 9 Bild- 
ern von Franz Schreker. Textbuch. 
© 7Jul32; DF18200. Maria Schreker 
(W); 8Apr60; R255392. 

THE SEAGULL ARRIVES, a play in three 
acts by La du Rocher Macpherson. 
© 23May32; D16746. L. du Rocher 
Macpherson (a); 4May60; R256908. 

SECRET AGENT, a play In 3 acts by 
William Somerset Maugham & Campbell 
Dixon. From the novel Ashenden; or, 
The British agent by W. S. Maugham. 
© 10Apr33; D22090. William Somerset 
Maugham & Campbell Dixon (A); 5Jul60; 
R259706. 

SEED POTATOES, the Scots version by 
A. I. Douglas of Eldorado, by Bernard 
Gilbert. (French's acting edition, 
no. 1096) © 40ct32; DPI8736. A. I. 
Douglas (A); 27Apr60; R256102. 

SEND HER VICTORIOUS: A farcical comedy 
in one act by Philip Johnson. 
© 17Jan33; DP21968. Philip Johnson 
(A); 19Jan60; R250163. 

SENTIMENTAL SARAH, a comedy of charm In 

3 acts by Charles George. © HApr33; 

DP21931. Charles George (A); l8Apr60; 
R255773. 

SHIM SHAM; or, Prepopterops, the giant; 
or, Betty's dream, a play for children 
in 4 scenes by Herman Ould. NM: new 
matter. © 26jul32; DP22133. David 
Carver (E); 15Mar60; R253668. 

SHOW BUSINESS, a saga In three acts by 
John J. Shubert. © 5Apr33; D21664. 
John J. Shubert (a); 13Apr60; R255572. 

SI L' AMOUR PASSE; opera comlque en 1 
acte par Pauline Lu3seau. Musique 
de Marcelle Chadal. Livret. 
© lSep32; D18612. Pauline Lusseau 
(A); 29Apr60; R256300. 

SISSY; Singspiel In 2 Akten, 5 Bildern 
von Ernst Decsey, Gustav Holm, Ernst 
Marischka & Hubert Marischka. 
© 310ct32; D19048. Ernst Marischka 
(A); 3May60; R256602. 






RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



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SISSY; Slngaplel In 2 Akten, 5 Blldern 
von Ernst Decsey, Gustav Kola, Ernst 
lUrlachka & Hubert Marlschka. 
O 310ct32; D19043. OuBtav Hola a.k.a. 
Robert Well (A); 3Hay60; R256603. 

SMOKE-SCREENS, a comedy In 1 act by 

Harold Brighouse. O 31Dec32; DP21961. 
Barbara Brlghouse (C); 15Mar60; 
R253669. 

OH SOIR DE RBVEILLCN; operette en 2 
actes et 10 tableaux de Paul Armont 
et Marcel Qerbldon. Couplets de Jean 
Boyer; muslque de Horettl. Llvret. 

llter^; D22187. Jean Boyer (A); 
29Apr60; R256J02. 

II SOMHRSRO DE TRSS PICOS. SEE THS 
THREE C:RNEHED HAT. 

SONQ OP THE COW, a play In 3 acts by 
Edward Chodorov. Based on Hugh Wal- 
pole's short story The silver mask. 
O 3 War.}.}; D21710. Edward Chodorov 
(A); *Apr60; R2=4347. 

SOUTH IN SONORA, an operetta In 3 acts. 
Book * lyrics by Charles Roos 4 Juanlta 
Rooa; music by Charles Wakefield Cad- 
man. C 2TDec32; D28376. Security 
Plrst National Bank of Los Angeles 
(E or C. W. Cadman); 26Jan60; R250863. 

SPEAK TOR YOURSELP, JOAN, a comedy-drama 
In 3 acts by Wall Spence. O 12Jul32; 
DD17198. Wall Spence (A); 15>tar60; 
R2 53676. 

THE SPIDER, a mystery melodrama In three 
acts by Pulton Oursler 4 Lowell 
Brentano. C 9Nov32; DP19272. Prances 
Brentano (W); 13Jan60; R25001S. 

SPINNSTUBE; eln ungarlsches lebenablld 
aus Slebenbtlrgen Srekely fono, daljatek 

1 felvonasban von Zoltan Kodaly. 
Deutscher text von Benedlkt Szabolesl. 
Full score. O 19Jan33; D28«53. Zoltan 
Kodaly (A); l8ltay60; R25765I. 

SPINNSTUBE; Szekely fono, eln ungarlsches 
lebensblld aus SlebenbQrgen, daljatek 
1 felvonasban lrta Zolta Kodaly. 
Deutscher text von Benedlkt Szabolesl. 
Vocal score. C 3Jan33; D2S399. Zoltan 
Kodaly (A); l8ltey60; R257650. 

SPOOKS, a melodrama In 3 acts by Robert 
J. Sherman. O 12Sep32; DP13213. 
Robert J. Sherman (A); 7Jul60; R259753. 

THE STAOE DOOR; ten sketches for revue 
by Cyril Campion, E. P. Watllng 4 
Laurie Wylle, pseud, of Morris Laurence 
Samuelson. O 15Dec32; DP21951. Cyril 
Campion (A), E. P. Watllng (A) 4 
Posters Agency (E of M. L. Samuelson); 
25May60; R257«38. 

STARDUST AND THISTLEDOWN, a comedy -drama 
In 3 acts by Vincent York 4 Frederick 
J. Pohl. Adapted from Emily Dickin- 
son, the human background of her 
poetry, by Josephine Pollltt. 
© HJun32; DUI68I8. Vincent York 4 
Frederick J. Pohl (A); 3Mar60; R253121. 

STRANGE ORCHESTRA, a play in 3 acts by 
Rodney Ackland. © 21Nov32; DP20010. 
Rodney Ackland (A); 25Mar60; R25427t. 

STRIKE ME PINK, a play In 2 acts by 
L. Brown 4 R. Henderson. © 23Peb33; 
D20957. June Brown (W), Naomi Brown 
(C) 4 Arlyne Mulligan (C of L. Brown); 
24Feb60; R252801. 

STRIKE KE PINK, a play in 2 acts by 

L. Brown & R. Henderson. New version. 
© I6jun33; D22915. June Brown (W), 
Naomi Brown (C) 4 Arlyne Mulligan 
(C of L. Brown); l6jun60; R2535tl. 



STRIKE ME PINK, a play In 2 acts by 

L. Brown 4 R. HenJerson. New version. 
O I6jun33; D22915. Ray Henderson (A); 
I6jun60; R25: 

STUMBLINO IN DREAMS, a folk comedy of 
Tin Pan Alley by Oeorge Brown, pseud, 
of Billy Hill. © 20Jan33; D20383. 
Lee De Dette Taylor (C) ; 8Apr60; 
R255363. 

SUCCESS STORY, a play bv John Howard 
Lawson. © 60ct32; D18647. John 
Howard Lawson (A); 22Apr60; R2560O9. 

SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT; or, Romance In roto- 
gravure, a comedy In 1 act by Ethel 
Van Der Veer. © 7Deo32; DP19952. 
Elizabeth Van Llmburgh (E); 25Mar60; 
R254273. 

SUZANNE ET LES DEUX JEUNES OENS; sketch 
de Jacques Bousquet. © 31Dec}2; 
D21536. M. Constantln (E); IPebbO; 
R251716. 



THE TALKING CHAIR, by Grace Dorcas 
Ruthenburg. O 30Sep32; Dl86l8. 
Orace Dorcas Ruthenburg (A); l4Jan60; 
R250028. 

TANOO UM MITTERNACHT; Operette In 3 
Akten und elnem Vorsplel von Karl 
Komjatl, Stefan Bekeffl, Laszlo Vadnal 
4 Wllhelm Sterk. © 30Sep32: D28364. 
Iby Kondor (W of K. Komjatl); lApr60; 
R255323. 

TE QUIERO PEPE; Juguete comlco en tres 
actos, original de Pedro Munoz Seca. 
© 25Nov32; D25521. Joaquin Munoz 
Seca (C); 4Jan60; R24S652. 

TEN-MINUTE ALIBI, a play In 3 acts by 
Anthony Armstrong, pseud, of Anthony 
Armstrong Willis. O l4Feb33; DU20825. 
Anthony Armstrong Willis (A); 8Apr60; 
R255364 . 

TEN-MINUTE ALIBI, a play In 3 acts by 

Anthony Armstrong, pseud, of Anthony 

Armstrong Willis. © l6Mar33; DP21765. 

Anthony Armstrong Willis (A) ; 8Apr60; 

R255367. 
DER TEUFELSREITER; Operette In 3 Akten 

von Rudolph Schanzer 4 Ernst Wellsch. 

Muslk von Emmerich Kalraan. Libretto. 

© 19Dec32; D28419. Olga Schanzer 4 

Mrs. E. Wellsch (W); 27Apr60; R256157. 
THAT WAS BALZAC, by Oeorge Mlddleton. 

© 8*ay33; DU22349. Oeorge Mlddleton 

(A); 26May60; R257568. 

THEIR KIND WOULD, a sketch by J. Nor- 
worth. © 12May32; D16234. Amy Nor- 
worth (W); 2Mar60; R2530&7. 

THERE WERE TWO WOMEN, a play In three 
acts by Mary McDougal Axelson. 
© l4Mar33; D21274. Mary McDougal 
Axelson (A); l6Mar60; R253825. 

THERE'S A VIRGIN IN THE GARDEN, a new 
comedy with music In prologue and 
three acts by Nlles Andrus, pseud, of 
Nlle3 K. Anderson. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as The wiser Adam. UM: revi- 
sions. © Hiles K. Anderson; I8jan60; 
DU50276. 

THERE'S ALWAYS JULIET, a comedy In three 
acts by John Van Druten. © 30Dec32; 
DP21945. Carter Lodge (E); llJan60; 
R249822. 

THEY SHALL NOT DIE, a play In 3 acts by 
John Wexley. © 24May33; DU22582. 
John Wexley (A); 20Jun60; R258643. 

THREE CORNERED HAT, a musical play In 
two acts by Howard Dletz. Music by 
Arthur Schwartz. Based on II sombrero 
de tres pecos by Pedro A. de Alarcon. 
© I8jan33; D20369. Howard Dletz (A); 
22Jan60; R251441. 



THE THREE CORNERED HAT, a musical play 
In 2 acts by Howard Dletz. Music by 
Arthur Schwartz. Text only. Based on 
II sombrero de tres plcos by Pedro A. 
de Alarcon. © l3jan33; D20369. 
Arthur Schwartz (A); 14Jan60; R258904. 

THE THREE CORNERED HAT, a musical play 
In 2 acts by Howard Dletz. Music by 
Arthur Schwartz. Text only. Based on 
II sombrero de tres ploos by Pedro A. 
de Alarcon. © I8jan33; D20369. 
Howard Dletz (A); 20Apr60; R255849. 



THREE FLAYS, by C. K. Munro. The ru- 
mour; At Mrs. Beam's; The birth, death 
and life of Mr. Eno. © 19Aug32; 
DP18216. C. K. Munro (A); 25Mar60; 
R254272. 

THREE STEPS DOWN, a play in three acts 
by Charles Dey 4 Verne E. Sheridan. 
O lApr32; D15344. Charles 4 Verne E. 
Dey (A); 29Peb60; R253108. 

through the looking glass. see alice 
in wonderland />nd through the 
looking glass. 

TIM, THE CHIMNEY SWEEP, a play for 
children In 3 acts by Mildred Maxey. 
© 30Dec32; DP21925. Mildred Maxey 
(A); 15Mar60; R253672. 

TOBIAS AND THE ANOEL, by James Bridle, 
pseud, of Osborne Henry Mavor. 
© 15Dec32; DP25304. Eric Ingram 
Mavor 4 Rona Loch Mavor (E); 25Mar60; 
R254276. 

TO-DAY OF ALL DAYS, a comedy In 1 act by 
Philip Johnson. © 26jun33; DP24695. 
Philip Johnson (A); 5Jul60; R259754. 

TOMORROW'S ANOTHER DAY, a play In 3 acts 
by John Wlllard. © 5May33; D22318. 
Minerva B. Wlllard (W); llMay60; 
R256743. 

TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD, by Oeorge Bernard 
Shaw. © 30Jan33; D20565. Public 
Trustee (E); 2Feb60; R251335. 

THE TREE INCLINED, a Lincoln play In 
three scenes by Grace Dorcas Ruthen- 
burg. © 22Nov32; DU19394. Orace 
Dorcas Ruthenburg (A); l4jan60; 
R2 50029. 

THE TRIAL OF JOHNNY JEHOVAH, a play In 
3 acts by Victor Victor. © 27Apr32; 
D15890. Victor Victor (A); 17Mar60; 
R253839. 

TU M'EPOUSERAS, de Louis Verneull, pseud, 
de Louis Jacques Marie Collin. 
© 20Jan32; DP15109. Florence Ryan 
(E of L. J. M. Collin); 7Dec59; 
R250645. 



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UNDERSTANDING WOMEN; 3 act comedy by 
Frank Mandel. © 24Apr33; DU22010. 
Isolde Mandel (W) 4 Alfred Mandel (C); 
2May60; R256437. 

THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER, by Gene Buck. (In 
Blackouts, fourteen revue sketches, 
edited by Marjorle Rice Levis) 
© 4Apr32; D17107. Helen Buck (W), 
George Buck II (C) 4 Oene Buck, Jr. 
(C); l4jan60; R25OO58. 



THE UNVEILING; Nativity play by Gwendolyn 
Downes. Music by Victor Hely-Hutchin- 
son. © 25Nov32; D28352. Marjorle 
Hely-Hutchlnson (W); l8Dec59; R250555. 

THE UNWRITTEN CHAPTER, a drama In three 
acts, prologue, and epilogue by Sam- 
uel Shlpman & Victor Victor. 
© 22Nov32; D19408. Louis Shlpman 
(NK); 15Feb60; R252269. 



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V 



VENUS IN SEIDE; Operette in 3 Akten von 
Alfred Grunwald und Ludwlg Herzer. 
Muslk von Robert Stolz. Vollstandiges 
Regiebuoh. © 27Jan33; D22287. Robert 
Stolz (A); 31May60; R257865. 

LE VIOL DE LUCRECE. SEE LUCRECE. 



VOLTAIRE, a play In six eplaodea by 
Everett Glass. © 8Jun32; D16693. 
Everett Glass (A); 31May60; R257866. 



w 



WE THE PEOPLE, a play In twenty scenes 
by Elmer Rice. © 28Apr33; D22284. 
Elmer Rloe (A); 13May60; R257092. 



THE WELL OF THE SAINTS, by John Milling- 
ton Synge. Rev. version. © 2Dec32; 
D20984. Lillian Mary Stephens (W of 
Francis Edmund Stephens) & National 
City Bank, Ltd. (E of Edward Synge); 
20Jan60; R25063O. 

WHEN DREAMS CWE TRUE. SEE 
MAID IN JAPAN. 

WHILE PARENTS SLEEP, a comedy in three 
acts by Anthony Klmmins. © 25Apr32; 
DP16848. Anthony Klmmins (A); l!Jan60; 
R249819. 

WHO BIDS? A pageant for children's day 
or other occasions. Book & lyrics by 
Verna Whinery; incidental music by 
Miriam L0I3 Fisher, pseud, of Ira B. 
Wll3on. © l6Mar33; D28428. Lorenz 
Pub. Co. (PWH); 25Apr60; R255987. 
THE WIFE OF ABELARD, a play in 3 acts by 

Ivan Rowan (Irwin Rowan) & Martin Del- 
man. © 15Nov32; D19569. Irwin Rowan 

(A); 29Mar60; R2 54602. 



WINDY WILLOWS. 
THE WISER ADAM. 
IN THE GARDEN 



SEE BATISTE. 
SEE THERE'S A VIRGIN 



THE WITCH'S TALE, a radio series by 

Alonzo Dean Cole. © Nos. 42-44, 46-52, 
6jun32, DI6782; 51-53, 55-56, 58, 
2Aug32, D17482; 59-70, 220ct32, 
D18835. Alonzo Dean Cole (A); 
23Mar60; R254193-254191. 

A WOODEN SHOE CHRISTMAS; Christmas 
operetta in three acts. Words by 
Edith Fox. Music by Otis Mills 
Carrlngton. © 17Aug32; D28307. Otis 
M. Carrlngton (a); l6Feb60; R252278. 



Y 



YON SILVERY MOON, a comedy In 3 acts by 
Benjamin M. Kaye. © 28Dec32; DU19.893. 
Benjamin M. Kaye (A); 7Mar60; R253221. 



NAME INDEX 



An index to the names of authors and copyright claimants given in the main 
entries. Below each name ar> inder which the main entries are to 

be found. R- II -rations are distinguished by the symbol "(R)" follow- 

ing the title. 



ider, Russ 



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flat: 
























:ne. 
















Nue'. 


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Laa. 






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MAR': 








?RA. (R) 




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JUST YOUR HEA 



paeud. 



.VILLE. 






Adair.. . 

(TO THE FULL MOON 
BALL. 
Adler, Marlon H 

PARTY T: 
Adler, Mar: 

-£ET. 

Teaching 

IS FOR CONVERT 

.3tlng Co. 
DOCUMENT OP A DREAM. 

: 

.7002. 

. 
PROMETHEUS. 
Agnew, F. E. M. 

BAR? : 
Ann & Simrock, Buhnen- und 
- iKverlag. 
BAGNO - BALL,: . 

: s :n - te. 

. 

. 

MR. KIKIi 
Ainswoi 

RIVE? BE! EE . 
Aires, Jorge Cardoso. 
FOX AND T: . 

. 
THREE CORNEHEI HAT. (R) 

:_ois. 
LOIS ALBRIGHT PHESE 

ULL IPUTI : : - 

TURES IN LA TRAVIATA - 
VERDI. 

IE FOREST. 



. 
YOU IF YOU'RE WELL, 
OR E\ 
SPORTS IS A GOOD WAY TO 

. 
TO STUDY REAL BRAINS, V 
SHOULD TRY TO KEEP A HEAD 
. 

ELL BOOK, 
IS NOT MERELY A SIMPLE 
THI1 
Allen, 

.. (R) 
Allen '- r iundatlon. 

APOST 

tlno Gonzalez. 
CROOKED TREE. 

n, Mary. 
RECORDING INFORMATION FOR 
PATIE . 

Steel Division, Republic 
Steel Corp. SEE Republic 
Steel Corp. Alloy Steel 
Division. 
Alvarez, Antonio. 

AQUI ESTA MI MUJER. (R) 
Alvarez Qulntero, Joaquin. 
LO QUE HABLAN LAS 
MUJERES. (R) 
7 : . f R) 

:Z Qulntero, Maria 
Lu 1 .: . 
LO QUE HABLAN LAS 

MUJERES. (R) 
PICARA 7IDA. (R) 
Alvarez Qulntero, Ser; 
LO QUE HABLAN LAS 
MUJERES. (R) 
?ICARA VIDA. (R) 

. Society, Inc. 
PORTRAIT OF A SCIENTIST. 
TO SMOKE OR NOT TO SMOKE. 
American Color Slide Co., 
Inc. SEE American Library 
Color Slide Co., Inc. 






RKS OF ART. 

' . (R) 

'. (R) 

■ (R) 



Anderaon, 

BOTH YOUR HOUSES. (R) 

. 

TWO-AND-A-HALPTH CHILD. 
m In . 

ONCE ROUND ON THE SPIRAL. 
. 

BOTH YOUR HOUSES. (R) 
on, Hans Chris' 
D SWANS. 
Anderaon, 

PRINCESS MART . 
W. 

SO YOUNG, SO STRONG. 
Anderson, Mra. Larz. SEE 
. 

. 

BOTH YOUR HOUSES. (R) 
Anderson, Nlles K. 

THERE'S A VIRGIN IN THE 
GARDEN . 
Anderson, Quer.' 

BOTH YOUR HOUSES. (R) 
Anderson, R. A. 

BORIS AND THE BRIEFCASE. 

TRUE BLUE AND TRUSTED. 
Anderson, Radonna. 

BEES OF THE KINGDOM. 
Anderson, Richard K. 

SUBLIMINAL COUNSELING. 
Anderson, Terre. 

BOTH YOUR HOUSES. (R) 
Andres, Stefan. 

GOD'S UTOPIA. 
Andrews, James 

RT'S DARK VISITOR. 
Andrus, Nlles, pseud. SEE 

Anderson, Miles K. 
Angller, Brox, pseud. SEE 

Pralle, Robert Thomas. 
Anoullh, Jean. 

FIGHTING COCK. 

HERMINE. (R) 

MADAME DE . . . 

TRAVELLER WITHOUT LUGGAGE. 
Anspacher, Florence S. 

OUR CHILDREN. (R) 
Anspacher, Louis K. 

OUR CHILDREN. (R) 
Antheil, Elizabeth. 

CANDIDE. (R) 
Antheil, George. 

CANDIDE. (R) 
Antheil, Peter P.. 

CANDIDE. (R) 
Anthony, C. L., pseud. SEE 

Smith, Dodie G. 



Anthony, Carol Kess I 
PEMNESTRA. 

STONE CUTTER. 

r, Ludwlg. 
BETTER HEAVEN. 
Apostleshlp of Prayer, Chl- 

. 

BEHOLD THIS HEART. 
App, 

FIRST STONE. 

. .'■'arjorle. 

CALLIOPE. 
• ■man, Phi I I 

CALLIOPE. 
Apsteln, Theod 

COME SHARE MY HOUSE. 
Arden, Jane. 

PARTY. 
Argento, Domlnlck. 

BOOR. 
Argo Music, Inc. 

HEE HEE HEE HEE. 

PUNCHLINE. 
Arle, Helene Krlxa de 
Blumer. 

ANNENKOFF. 
Aristophanes. 

BIRDS. 
Arkatov, Alexander 

KING OF THE AMAZONS. 
Armont, Paul. 

SOIR DE REVEILLON. (R) 
Armstrong, Anthony, pseud. 

SEE Willis, Anthony 

Armstrong. 
Armstrong, Edwin Ross. 

NEVER SAY LOVE YOU. 
Armstrong Cork Co. 

LETTER TO MOSCOW. 
: , Anton . 

TOUCH OF DOTTY DASH. 
Arnold, Franz. 

DA STIMMT WAS NICHT. (R) 
Aronson, Max. 

RETURN OF THE LATELY 
DEPARTED. 
Arrabel, Fernando. 

AUTOMOBILE GRAVEYARD. 
Art Craft Play Co. 

MAN OVERBOARD. 
Arthur, Art. 

HIGH SEAS: STOP AT NOTHING. 
Arthurs, George. 

MARRY THE GIRL. (R) 
Aruffo, Laura Rhoads. 

ART EXHIBIT. 

IT'S AN ART. 
Arzoumanian, Alexander. 

QUOTH THE RAVEN NEVERMORE. 
Asch, Anne G. 

THEY CALL IT LOVE. 
Ashby, William M. 

MORNING IN HELL. 
Ashenhurst, Robert. 

PIED PIPER. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



Ashford, Daisy. 

QUITE A YOUNG GIRL. 
Attmore, John C. 

JUST SAY YOU'RE SORRY. 
Atwater, Richard. 

KING'S SNEEZES. (R) 
Audibertl, Jacques. 

EFPET GLAPION. 
Aufrlcht, Jack W. 

GOD'S UTOPIA. 
Austin, Beatrice. SEE 

Hanson, Beatrice Austin. 
Austin, Charles F. 

MANAGEMENT ' S SELF- INFLICTED 
WOUNDS. 

THAT UNFORGIVING MINUTE. 
Authors Society, Z.A.I.K.S. 

PRZYGODA FLORENCKA. 
Avallone, Michael. 

BAT MASTERSON'S TALES OF 
THE WEST. 

REMEMBER THE ALAMO. 
Avery, Robert James, Jr. 

WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT. 
Axelson, Mary McDour, 

LIFE BEGINS. (R) 

THERE WERE TWO WOMEN. (R) 



Bacharaeh Industrial 
Instrument Co. 
SERVICING AND ADJUSTING 
OIL-FIRED HEATING EQUIP- 
MENT WITH COMBUSTION 
TESTING METHODS. 
Bachmann, Ingeborg. 

PRINZ VON HOMBURG. 
Backhaus, Helmuth M. 

ENTFUHRUNG IN VENEDIG. 
Bacon, Robert W. 

TRAVEL TIPS. 
Baddeley, V. C. Clinton. SEE 

Cllnton-Baddeley, V. C. 
Bagdasarlan, Ross. 

IM'S ORCHESTRA. 
Baler, Theo L. 

BUFFALO BILL. 
Bailey, Harry ?. 

MR. GILDAY'S INVENTION. 
Balrd, 

INCREDIBLE BORGIAS. (R) 
Balrd, Ralph 0. 

STROKE OF MIDNIGHT. 
Baker, John Milton. 

EASTBOUND. (R) 
Baker (Walter H. ) Co. 

BAKER'S ROARING TWENTIES 

SCRAPBOOK. 
BOY WHO KNEW JESUS. 
EASY SCIENCE PLAYS FOR 

GRADE SCHOOL. 
EASY SKETCHES OF FAMOUS 

MEN. 
EASY SKETCHES OF FAMOUS 

WOMEN. 
EDIE-ACROSS-THE-STREET. 
LET'S LAUGH. 
MRS. PARKER'S PORTRAIT. 
ON YOUR OWN FEET. 
OUT OF DESPAIR. 
TIME OF MINOR MIRACLES. 
TRIAL. 

WHAT IS THE CHURCH. 
Bal, Claude. 

SI LA FOULE NOUS VOIT 
ENSEMBLE . 
Baldwin, Joseph B. 

GARCIA RELOCATED. 
Ballif, Ar1 

WHAT CAN SHE DO, PROFESSOR. 

ter, Barry Joseph. 
TALKING TO GOD. 
Balzac, Honore de. 

NO HELP FROM HEAVEN. 
Banks, Nathaniel. 

GLAD GIRLS. 
Banner Play Bureau, Inc. 
ALL IN THE DARK. (R) 
GIN AND BITTERNESS. 
PIRATES' GHOST GARDEN. (R) 



Banos, Leslie. 

CHANGE OF TIMES. 
Baptista, Aurea Maria. 

FATIMA. 
Barab, Seymour. 
GAME OF CHANCE. 
PINK SIAMESE. 
Barasch, Norman. 
AFTER I'M GONE. 
BEGINNER'S LUCK. 
Barbato, Mlchele, pseud. SEE 

Danza, Mlchele. 
Barbecot, Marcelle. SEE 

Telly, Marcelle Barbecot. 
Barber, John T. 

JIBBENAINOSAY. 
Barber, Thomas H. 

JIBBENAINOSAY. 
Barbezat, Marc. 

BLACKS: A CLOWN SHOW. 
Barblsan, Gala. 

SUNDAY IN MOSCOW. 
Bardoly, Louis S. 

MAN OF DISTINCTION. 
Barefield, Jack G. 

CATSTICK. 
Barker, Lewis, pseud. SEE 

Cooper, Lewis Barker. 
Baron, Robert, pseud. SEE 

Wright, Robert C. 
Barrlngton, Lowell. 

LIKE FATHER. 
Barron's Educational Series, 
Inc. 
DUCHESS OF MALFI. 
EMILIA GALOTTI. 
IMPORTANCE OF BEING 

EARNEST. 
REHEARSAL. 
Barry, Patrick, pseud. SEE 

Barry, Philip James. 
Barry, Philip James. 

GARVEY'S HOUSE. 
Barto, Gordon E. 

CLOSE THE LOOP. 
Barton, James. 

WAY THE BALL BOUNCES. 
Barton, James E. 

FLYING HIGH. 
Barton, Kathryn M. 

FLYING HIGH. 
Barton, Kay. SEE Barton, 

Kathryn M. 
Bascle, Joseph A., Jr. 
CRUSADE FOR QUALITY AND 
SURVIVAL. 
Bass, Gloria. 

BERTRAM BLUEBEARD. 
Batson, George. 

MURDER ON ARRIVAL. 
Bauer, Julius. 

ARME JONATHAN. 
Baumer, Marie. 

JOBYNA STEPS OUT. (R) 
Baxandall, Lee. 

BADEN PLAY FOR LEARNING. 
HIROSHIMA REQUIEM. 
Bazarlnl, Ronald John. 

WISH. 
Beakel, Walter L. 

ACTING SCHOOL. 
Beal, Joseph Carleton. 
GENTLEMAN TRAMP. (R) 
LIKE ANY ONE OF US. (R) 
MAD ENTERTAINER. (R) 
MYRA AND JOSHUA. (R) 
MYRA--THE CAPE CODDER. (R) 
Beam, T. C. 

STORY OF JEANES SUPERVISION 
IN CASWELL COUNTY. 
. John Perrill. 
ABRAHAM LINCOLN--GREAT OF 

MEN. 
THREE ABED. 
TIDE OF FURY. 
Bearden, Romare. 

STAR OF THE MORNING. 
Beaumont, ?. T. 

TONY VERNA AND P. T. BEAU- 
MONT PRESENT THE COLONIAL 
SPY. 



Beck, George R. 

DIS-KIT BUILDING TOY 
DEMONSTRATION . 
Becker, Charles S. 

KNICKERBOCKER YONTOF. 
Becker, Madge Gilchrist. 
DALTON ADVENTURES. 
DALTONS RODE FOR JUDGE 
PARKER. 
Beda, Fritz Lohner. SEE 

Lohner-Beda, Fritz. 
Beeby, Esther. 

CANDY FOR A QUEEN. 

CYCLONE. 

MISTRESS OF MISTERLY 

CASTLE. 
RAVEN'S NEST. 
SPOOK LODGE. 
Beech, Marjorie. 

MRS. WILTON'S FRIENDS. 
Beeching, Paul Quinn. 
COSTUMES AND CARDS. 
Beer, Art, Jr. SEE Beer, 

Arthur James, Jr. 
Beer, Arthur James, Jr. 
BACKWATER. 

PALADINS OF CHARLEMAGNE. 
SATYR PLAY. 
Beer, Gustave. 

FOLIES BERGERE. (R) 
FRUHLINGSSTURME. (R) 
SAND. (R) 
Beeston, Diane. 

EAST IS EAST AND WEST IS 
WEST. 
Beeston, Louise. 

EAST IS EAST AND WEST IS 
WEST. 
Beethoven, Ludwig van. 

SIMON SAYS. 
Behrman, Jack. 

BIOCHEMICAL THEORY OF 
MENTAL ILLNESS. 
Behrman, S. N. 

BIOGRAPHY. (R) 
Bein, Albert. 

LITTLE OL' BOY. (R) 
Belth, Helen Margaret. 
FIND THE LADY. (R) 
IT IS QUICKER TO TELE- 
PHONE. (R) 
ORDERS ARE ORDERS. (R) 
Belth, John Hay. 
FIND THE LADY. (R) 
IT IS QUICKER TO TELE- 
PHONE. (R) 
ORDERS ARE ORDERS. (R) 
Bekeffi, Stefan. 

TANGO UM MITTERNACHT. (R) 
Bela, Nicholas Francis. 

VICTORIA THE SECOND. 
Belaval, Emilio S. 

CIELO CAIDO. 
Bellew, Daniel Joseph. 

TILL TIGERS WEEP. 
Bemberg, George. 

SUCCESSOR. 
Bemis, Alan C. 
CASKET SINKERS. 
CAUSED BY RUM. 
Benavente, Jacinto. 
DUQUESA GITANA. (R) 
MORAL DEL DIVORCIO. (R) 
Bench, LaMont. SEE Bench, 

Newell LaMont. 
Bench, Newell LaMont. 
KITES ON ST. AUGUSTINE. 
THOSE HALOED HOLIDAYS. 
Benedict, Miles K. 

YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE. 
Benitez Carrasco, Manuel. 

OCHO MINIATURAS. 
Benjamin, Bennie. 
STRICKLY LEGIT. 
Bennett, Frank J. 

ALCESTIS UNBOUND. 
Bennett, George D. 

FAITH OF ABE LINCOLN. 
Bennett, John C. 

BIG DECISION. 
Benson, Theodora. 

ACCIDENTALLY YOURS. 



Bentabol, Elisa. SEE 

Bentabol Sanchez, Elisa. 
Bentabol Sanchez, Elisa. 

NELA. 
Bentham, Josephine. 

LET FOUR SEASONS PASS. 
Bentley, Eric. 
MODERN THEATRE. 
SPRING'S AWAKENING. 
UNDERPANTS. 
Bercovici, Bernard S. 

GENTLEMAN FROM . 

Berg, MagJa. 

BURNING IN THE RAIN. 
DEATH OF BARCA. 
Berger, Abe, pseud. SEE 

Stlefel, Irving. 
Berger, Rebecca S. 

FIRST CITIZEN. 
Bergeron, Rachael Florena. 
SEE Johnson, Rachael Florena 
Bergeron. 
Bergman, Ingmar. 

SHADOWS ON THE WALL. 
Berinstein, Julius. 

FAMILY DOCTOR. 
Berkebile, Harry Luther. 

FAR AS THE CURSE IS FOUND. 
Berkower, Louis. 

WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THAT 
DRIVER'S DRIVING. 
Berlioz, Hector. 

CHILDHOOD OF CHRIST. 
Berman, Shelley. 

INSIDE SHELLEY BERMAN. 
OUTSIDE SHELLEY BERMAN. 
Bernhard, Thomas. 

ROSEN DER EINODE. 
Bernheim, Patricia Emery. 
GIRL SCOUT --ANNIVERSARY 

PAGEANT. 
TICK TOCK TOWN. 
Bernstein, Richard. 

GIRL ON DEATH ROW. 
Berr, Georges. 
AVRIL. (R) 

EVENEMENTS DE BEOTIE. (R) 
MONSIEUR FLOCHE. (R) 
Berry, Daniel. 

BARCELONA'S BRIDE. 
BRIDE OF THE WHIRLWIND. (R) 
Bert and I, Inc. 

BERT AND US. 
Berti, Dehl. 

MULE TRAIN. 
Bertoli, Pier Benedetto. 

DIARI. 
Berton, Eugene. 

INCREDIBLE BORGIAS. (R) 
Bertram, John. 

SINAI. 
Bertuch, Edith. 

GLUCKLICHE REISE. (R) 
Bertuch, Max. 

GLUCKLICHE REISE. (R) 
Better Selling Bureau. 

WHAT DO YOU WANT. 
Bible. N. T. 

WORDS OF JESUS. 
Bible. 0. T. 
JOSHUA . 

LIFE OF ADAH, RUTH, ESTHER, 
MARTHA AND ELECTA--THE 
FIVE RAYS OF THE STAR. 
Bigelow, Franklyn. 

BEAUTY SHOPPE. (R) 
Biggar, J. V. 

EVENSONG. (R) 
Birabeau, Andre. 
COTE D'AZUR. (R) 
FLEUR D'ORANGER. (R) 
Bird, Robert Montgomery. 

JIBBENAINOSAY. 
Black, Thomas E. H. 
LIEUTENANT PROXY. 
TOWN FOR SALE. 
VANISHING BED. 
Blackfriars' Guild of New 
York, Inc. 
MADAME LAFAYETTE. 
Blacklock, Jack. 

TIME OF MINOR MIRACLES. 






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Bloom, Mrs . 

corporate key to a greater 
:sty. 
Blumensteln, Joel Charles. 
SOUNDS OP HEALTH. 

le, 

: the 
; of Chicago. SEE 

.^o. Boar 

Boardman, Morris. 

LUCKY AUTO LICENSE PRO- 
GRAM. 
Bobb, Ralph. SEE Bobb, 

Sydney R'- 
Bobb, Sydney R - 

SOMETIMES I'M HAPPY. 
Bodanzky, Robert. 

• (R) 
Bode, William T. 

Tc;r: -;d p. t. beau- 
present THE COLONIAL 
SPY. 

TONY VERNA PRESENTS THE 
JOEY BISHOP SHOW: HERO FOR 
HIRE. 
Bodley, Donald E. 

PATTERN AND THE POWER OF 
THE HOLY I 
3oggs, Wllmot Arthur. 

TRAGEDY OF MAN. 
Bolt, Katherlne Smith. 

IN A BOHEMIAN VILL 

IN A NORWEGIAN VILLAGE. 
Bonacci, Anna. 

FILEMONE E BAUCI. 
Bond, Hal. 

MONSIEUR PAUL. 
Bons Ignore, Dorothe Long. 

STAIRS OF SAND. 
Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. 

BOOR. 

CRIME. (R) 

GAME OF CHANCE. 

HAUNTED ROOM. (R) 

PINK SIAMESE. 
Booth, Charles, pseud. SEE 

Trlcou, Clifford A. 
., Kenneth Jon. 

BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER. 

SHOW MUST GO ON. 



FORGETS. (R) 
ES. (R) 



: re. 

"DAS. 
.en. 

.TE. 

=ORTER OP GOOD 

. an. 
MAR. (R) 
.es. 

. 
rilse. 

iJouard. 

TRE . 

..es. 
;:: LES DEUX JEUNES 



LON. (R) 
. (R) 

OOOD POR NOTHING. 

N ALWAYS BE SPRINO. 
Bradbury, Ray. 
ROCKET. 

s, Musee A., pseud. SEE 
Marpol, F 

. 

kea: . 

. 

NEVADA LE 

• las. 

TROERINNEN: ME 

. 
ETERNALLY YOURS. (R) 
Brecht, Eugen Berthold 
Prle : i 
BADEN PLAY POR LEARNING. 

::£0. 

PUNTILA AND HIS HIRED MAN. 

SIMONE HEARS VOICES. 
Brecht, Stefan S. 

SIMONE HEARS VOICES. 
Breese, Zona Gale. 

:lothes. (R) 

rt, Alexandre. 

IMPASSE DE LA FIDELITE. 

RENE LE DESTIN. 
Breltfeller, Carl James. 

THIS NATION UNDER GOD. 
Erelt.<opf 4 Haertel. 

DOTfOR FAUST. 
Brenner, Albert. 

SEED AND THE THORN. 
Brentano, Frances I. 

GOOD TURN. (R) 

SPIDER. (R) 
Brentano, Lowell. 

GOOD TURN. (R) 

SPIDER. (R) 
Breue. . 

[ TER WIBBEL GOES TO JAIL. 
Brewster, Edward Sumner. 

TANKERS BREAK THROUGH. 
Bridle, James, pseud. SEE 

Mavor, Osborne Henry . 
Brlghouse, Barbara. 

SMOKE-SCREENS. (R) 
Brlghouse, Harold. 

SMOKE-SCREENS. (R) 
Brlnton, John E. 

TRAINING, EVALUATION 
ASSIGNMENT, KICKOFF PRO- 
CEDURES. 



Briscoe, S. 

REHEARSAL. 
Brit ton, Mervl:. 

PERCUSSION PERFORMANCE 
SERIES NO.l. 
Broadman Press. 

BIG MIDDLE. 

Bromberg, Conrad. 

NIGHT OF CHARLIE FURST. 
Brooke, Wi; : 

MURDER BELOW "ERO. 
Brooks, Hindi, pseud. SEE 

Klelnmuntz, Hlnda. 
Brooks, f 

JCSTIAL ERROR. 
Brown, Elizabeth Sut ' 

FLOWERS OP THE NATIONS. (R) 
Brown, Predrlc. 

BLOOD. 

IMAGINE. 

PATTERN. 
TRY. 

VOODOO. 
Brown, George, pseud. SEE 

Hill, Billy. 
Brown, 

CLASSIFIED: THE GREAT 
GAMBLER. 
Brown, Irving M. 

HELP WANTED. 
Brown, J. : . 

HOUSE HAPPY. 
Brown, Juri . 

GOOD NEWS. 

HOT-CHA. 

RECOVERY. (R) 

STRIKE ME PINK. (R) 
. Lew. 

OOOD NEWS. (R) 

HOT-CHA. (R) 

RECOVERY. (R) 

STRIKE ME PINK. (R) 
Brown, Naomi. 

OOOD NEWS. (R) 

HOT-CHA. (R) 

RECOVERY. (R) 

STRIKE ME PINK. (R) 
Brown, Ralph R. 

POWER WITHIN YOU. 
Brow:.' .es. 

BRAIN SWEAT. (R) 

GENTLE ROGUE. (R) 

HER MAJESTY THE WIDOW. (R) 
Brownfleld, Jack Ryan. 

CELESTIAL LIBRARY. 
Bruce, Renaud C. 

LORENZACCIO. 
Bruce, Stephen, pseud. SEE 

Marshall, Harry T. 
Brundage, Lorraine T. 

OUT OP THE WILDERNESS. 
Bryant, George. 

ANOTHER DAWN. (R) 
Bryson, Lyman. 

THREE GREAT GREEK PLAYS. 
Buchanan, Harry. 

STRICTLY LEGIT. 
Buchanan, Morris. 

APOSTLE OP FREEDOM. 
Buchner, Georg. 

WOYZECK. 
Buck, Gene. 

UNKNOWN SOLDIER. (R) 
Buck, Gene, Jr. 

UNKNOWN SOLDIER. (R) 
Buck, George II. 

UNKNOWN SOLDIER. (R) 
Buck, Glover N., Jr. 

JEWELRY OF THE DEAD. 

QUIET SUNDAY. 
Buck, Helen. 

UNKNOWN SOLDIER. (R) 
Buck, Raymond J., Jr. 

CANONICUS. 

PATHS OF JUDGMENT. 
Buckingham, George Villlers. 

REHEARSAL. 
Budd, Norman. 

NAKED CUTS. 
Buero Vallejo, Antonio. 

DREAM WEAVER. 

SENAL QUE SE ESPERA. 

SONADOR PARA UN PUEBLO. 



Bullard (E. D. ) Co. 

SHELL GAME. 

. Mrs. Alan Coe. 

ACTOR'S DAUGHTER, NO.l. (R) 
Burak, Lillian. 

MATTRESS CAPERS. 
Bureau of Safety . 

TOOL TALK. 
Burnett, W. R. 

ALICE IN JUNGLELAND. 
Burnham, Barb:-. ■ 

CHILDREN IN UNIFORM. (R) 
Burton-Mercur, : 

SONGS WITHOUT WORDS. 
Bush-:- -lie. 

COUPLE WITH EXPERIENCE. 
Busonl, F 

DOTTOR FAUST. 
Butt . 

"JITY HALL. 
Buttltta, Anthoi 

ONE FOOT IN PARADISO. 
Buxbaum, James M. 

HIGH SEAS: STOP AT NOTHING. 



CRT Productions, Inc. 

SHOWTIME IN BUENOS AIRES. 
Caddy, John D. 

SIX WONDERFUL RECORDS OF 
FACTS . 
Cadillac Motor Car Division, 
General Motors Corp. SEE 
General Motors Corp. 

: Motor Car Division. 
Cadman, Charles Wakefield. 

SOUTH IN SONORA. (R) 
Caesar, Irving. SEE Dozens, 
Rex, pat-i 

•y, Dorothy C. 
BOY FROM THE GREEN PLANET. 

. Milton A. 
DARK HERITAGE. 

Marclano E. 

HEN CROWS IN LUZON. 
Calabrese-Cook, Paula. SEE 

Cook, Paula Calabrese-. 
Calan, Pierre de. 

ECRIVAINS. 
Calder (John) Publishers, Ltd. 

KILLER. 
Calkins, Clarence Jay. 

SMARTEST GIRL IN TOWN. 
Calkins, Jay. SEE Calkins, 

Clarence Jay. 
Calkins, Richard Charles. 

CARSON P. FRUITMOUND: SPRING 
COMES TO SLICK. 
Cammarano, Salvatore. 

LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR. 
Camoletti, Marc. 

HEUREUX MORTELS. 
Campbell, Colette. 

LOST CHILD. 
Campbell, Ethelmay Shorey. 

FOR SALE--CHEAP. (R) 
Campbell, Emery, Haughey & 
Lutklns, Inc. 

STILL SMALL VOICE. 
Campion, Cyril. 

STAGE DOOR. (R) 
Cardoso Aires, Jorge. SEE 

Aires, Jorge Cardoso. 
Carette, Louis. 

ETOUFFE - CHRETIEN. 
Carlson, Bernlce Wells. 

RIGHT PLAY FOR YOU. 
Carmichael, H. Kenn. 

AMRITSAR. 
Carr, Charles. 

FIRST RITES. 
Carrasco, Manuel Benitez. 

SEE Benitez Carrasco, 

Manuel. 
Carrlngton, Otis Mills. 

WOODEN SHOE CHRISTMAS. (R) 
Carroll, Lewis, pseud. SEE 

Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge. 
Carroll, Sidney. 

TWO BLACK KINGS. 
Carstarphen, Frank E. 

BELLAMY TRIAL. (R) 



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Carter, Arthur ?. 

MAKE WAY FOR MAGGIE. 
Carter, Buenta. 

LEGEND OF THE MOAT. (R) 
Carter, Will J. SEE Carter, 

William James. 
Carter, William James. 

ALL YALLA AND THE THIRSTY 
THIEVES. 
Caruso, Joseph George, Jr. 

NO CORNER IN HEAVEN. 
Carver, David. 

SHIM SHAM. (R) 
Casas, Myrna. 

CRISTAL ROTO EN EL TIEMPO. 
Case, Franklin D. 

ON THE HOOK. 

VERY STILL PLACE. 
Case, William R. 

HUNTER'S CAGE. 

LAST ENEMY. 
Casella, Alfredo. 

DONNA SERPENTE. (R) 
Casey, Beatrice M. 

EXCUSE FOR LIVING. 
Casey, Rosemary. 

MURDER AT BEDTIME. 
Castans, Raymond. 

BEGINNER'S LUCK. 
Castelnovo, Leo dl. SEE 

Pulle, Leopoldo, Conte. 
Cavallerl, Deena. 

CAMPANELLO. 
Cavel, Marie. 

FANTASY. 
Cendrars, Blaise. 

FILMS SANS IMAGES. 
Centeno, Augu3to. 

INTERPLAY. 
Cerf, Kurt. 

MADAM EVALSEHT. 
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel 
de. 

CAVE OF SALAMANCA. 
Chaffee, Stewart W. 

VANITY. 
Chambers, Mrs. M. P. 

MARRY THE GIRL. (R) 
Chambers, Marjorle. SEE 

Beech, Marjorle. 
Chambers, Selma Lola. SEE 

Levin, Selma C. 
Champion Paper & Fibre Co. 

CASHING IN ON A-B-C. 
Champion Spark Plug Co. 

SELL MORE SPARK PLUGS WITH 
THE CHAMPION PLUG SCOPE. 
Champlln, Jerry B. Francis. 

AFTERMATH. 
Chandler, Steve. 

MEASURE FOR PLEASURE. 
Chapman, William. 

M'SIEUR BOBO OF PARIS. 
Charbonnet, Arthur. 

BEAST IN THE GARDEN. 
Charles, Joel, pseud. SEE 

Blumenstein, Joel Charles. 
Charles, Robert, pseud. SEE 

Lee, Robert Charles. 
Chariot, Jean. 

HAWAIIAN LOVE STORY. 

STORY OF UMI. 
Charpak, Andre. 

JOUEUR. 
Chase, Ann. 

BIRDS. 
Chase, Sterna Robinson. 

COAT OF MANY COLORS. 
Chayefsky, Paddy. 

TENTH MAN. 
Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich. 

BOOR. 

CHORUS GIRL. 

DUEL. 

PLATONOV. 

SEA GULL. 
Chellyson, James, pseud. SEE 

Homberg, Hans. 
Chester, Alvln Mitchell. 

CURRENT OF THE WHEEL. 
Chevrolet Motor Division, 

General Motors Corp. SEE 

General Motors Corp. 

Chevrolet Motor Division. 



Chicago. Board of Education. 

SCRIPT TO BE RECORDED ON 
TAPE FOR TEACHING GUIDE 
FOR FRENCH. 

SCRIPT TO BE RECORDED ON 
TAPE FOR TEACHING GUIDE 
FOR SPANISH. 
Chicago (Diocese) 

UNBROKEN CHAIN. 
Children's Theatre Press. 

FARMER AND THE FOX. 
Childress, Alice. 

MAN BEARING A PITCHER. 
Chodorov, Edward. 

SONG OF THE COW. (R) 
Chomitzky, Vsevolod. SEE 

Homitzky, Vsevolod. 
Christenson, Larry. 

HEARTLESS TROLL. 
Christian Higher Education 

Fund of the Congregational 

Christian Churches. SEE. 

Congregational Christian 

Churches. Christian 

Higher Education Fund. 
Christian Science Board of 

Directors of the Mother 

Church, the First Church of 

Christ, Scientist in Boston, 

Massachusetts. SEE First 

Church of Christ, Scientist, 

Boston. Christian Science 

Board of Directors. 
Christie, Agatha. 

UNEXPECTED GUEST. 
Chrysler Corp. De Soto 
Division. 

CLOSING TECHNIQUES. 
Chrysler Corp. Plymouth 
Division. 

CLOSING TECHNIQUES. 

PREVIEWING THE ALL-STAR 
SALES DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. 
Chrysler Corp. Valiant 
Division. 

CLOSING TECHNIQUES. 
Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, 
Inc. 

CONTROL OF CONGESTIVE HEART 
FAILURE. 

MANAGEMENT OF THE INSOMNIAC. 
Cirone, Sylvia Rita. 

MINSTREL OF DIBBLEDOWN. 
Citroen, Bernard. 

CAROLINE. 
City Bank of Portage (Wis.) 

EVENING CLOTHES. (R) 
Claassen, Willard K. 

WE ARE PILGRIMS. 
Clapp, Patricia, pseud. SEE 

Cone, Patricia L. 
Clark, Anthony. 

WORMWOOD AND SODA. 
Clark, Bobby. SEE Robert E. 

Clark. 
Clark, Christine Jope-Slade. 

BRITANNIA OF BILLINGS- 
GATE. (R) 
Clark, Dorothy Park. 

GIFT. (R) 
Clark, Evelyn G. 

YANKEE DOODLE DADDY. 
Clark, Helen L. SEE Ramloo, 

Helen L. Clark. 
Clark, I. E. 

LIBERTY BELL RINGS AGAIN. 
Clark, Isabel S. 

CHRISTMAS TREE FOREST. 
Clark, Ralph G. 

BAMBOO BOX. (R) 

PAINTS AND PATCHES. (R) 
Clark, Ralph L. 

BAMBOO BOX. (R) 

PAINTS AND PATCHES. (R) 
Clark, Sarah Grames. 

BAMBOO BOX. (R) 

LOST CLOWN. (R) 

PAINTS AND PATCHES. (R) 
Clarke, Gerald Weir. 

CLARKE THEORY OF STORMS. 
Clarkeson, John. 

PROPOSED USE OF RAILROAD 
FACILITIES FOR MOTOR TRUCK 
AND MOTOR BUS OPERATIONS. 



Classified Personnel Produc- 
tions. 

CLASSIFIED: THE GREAT 
GAMBLER. 
Claude-Maxe, CI., pseud. SEE 

Hirshfeld, Claude de. 
Clay, Lloyd, pseud. SEE 

Sugg, Lloyd Clay. 
dayman, Clara, see Wein- 
berg, Clara Clayman. 
Clements, Colin. 

GAME OF CHANCE. 
Clinton-Baddeley, V. C. 

DICK WHITTINGTON. 

JOLLY ROGER. (R) 

SLEEPING BEAUTY. 
Cloth, Sherry. 

GOOD FOR NOTHING. 

IT CAN ALWAYS BE SPRING. 
Clough, Mrs. Burnell. SEE 

Clough, Jessie. 
Clough, Jessie. 

ONE FOR THE MONEY. 
Clown Productions, Inc, 

FANTASY. 
C 1 urman , Haro Id . 

FAMOUS AMERICAN PLAYS OF 
THE 1930' S. 
Cocteau, Jean. 

ORPHEUS. 
Coe, Martha D. 

QUITE A YOUNG GIRL. 
Cogan, William J. 

UNBROKEN CHAIN. 
Cohan, Agnes M. 

PIGEONS AND PEOPLE. (R) 
Cohan, George M. 

PIGEONS AND PEOPLE. (R) 
Cohen, Richard Wolcott. 

CATCH A FALLEN STAR. 
Coke, Peter. 

BREATH OF SPRING. 

FOOL'S PARADISE. 
Cole, Alonzo Dean. 

WITCH'S TALE. (R) 
Cole, Burt. 

BOBO. 
Coleman, Lonnie. 

BROTHER MARS. 
Coleridge, E. P. 

THREE GREAT GREEK PLAYS. 
Collin, Louis Jacques Marie. 

AVRIL. (R) 

BANQUE NEMO. (R) 

EVENEMENTS DE BEOTIE. (R) 

FEMME RAVIE. (R) 

MONSIEUR FLOCHE. (R) 

TU M'EPOUSERAS. (R) 
Collings, Martha Monigle. 

LION'S MOUTH. 
Collins, Margaret James. 

LADY AND THE UNICORN. 
Colonna, Peter. 

QUITE A YOUNG GIRL. 
Cominelli, Maria. 

LETTURE E LEZIONI DI 
ITALIANO. 
Cone, Patricia L. 

EDIE-ACROSS-THE-STREET. 
Congregational Christian 
Churches. 

BUILDING YOUR CHURCH. 

FROM SEEDTIME TO HARVEST. 
Congregational Christian 
Churches. Christian 
Higher Education Fund. 

TRUTH WILL MAKE YOU FREE. 
Congregational Christian 

Churches. General Council. 
Commission on the 
Ministry. 

VERDICT OF ONE. 
Conkle, E. P. 

HEAVEN IS A LONG TIME TO 
WAIT. 
Conley, Matt, pseud. SEE 

Smith, Ernest W. 
Connell, Helen. 

LOSS OF ROSES. 
Connelly, Marc. 

FLYING COLORS. (R) 
Connor, John. 

VLACKE-BOSCHE. 



Conosciani, Luciano. 

PRIZE FIGHT. 
Conrad, Joseph. 

OUTPOST OF PROGRESS. 
Constanduros, Mabel. 

CRIME. (R) 
Constantin, M. 

SUZANNE ET LES DUEX JEUNES 
GENS. (R) 
Conway, Linda Ann. 

LITTLE BIT OF MAGIC. 
Cook, C. R. 

BEASTIE AND THE BEAUT. 
Cook, Hettie M. 

SOUND OF THE GUINEA. 
Cook, Joan L. 

AND SPEAK OF SPRING. 
Cook, Paula Calabrese-. 

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. 
Cook, Mrs. Thomas P. SEE 

Cook, Paula Calabrese-. 
Cook, Whitfield. 

FUTURE PERFECT. 
Cooledge, Jane Toy. 

MRS. PARKER'S PORTRAIT. 
Coope, Evelyn Seedorf. 

ROYAL HAWAIIANS. 
Cooper, Eugene S. 

LIGHT IN THE DUST. 
Cooper, Lewis Barker. 

SPRING. 
Copulos, Aristides. 

GOLDEN SPRING TIME. 
Corey, Orlin Russell. 

BIG MIDDLE. 

BOOK OF JOB. 
Corneille, Pierre. 

MOOT PLAYS. 
Corwin, Norman. 

RIVALRY. 
Coti, Ed. 

GRAND PRIX SERIES: WIN OR 
LOSE. 
Cotton, Helen. 

WALL BETWEEN. 
Courtenay, Syd. 

HAUNTED ROOM. (R) 
Coward, Noel. 

BITTER SWEET. (R) 

CAVALCADE. (R) 

DESIGN FOR L'lVING. (R) 
Craft, Russell L. 

SHAKESPEARE'S JULIUS 
CAESAR. 
Crean, Robert J. 

TRIAL. 
Crommelynck, Fernand. 

MAGNIFICENT CUCKOLD. 
Cronan, Carey Frederick. 

WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT. 
Cross, Frank L. 

FOUR PATHS TO BETHLEHEM. 

STAR OF JOY. 
Crouse, Russel. 

SOUND OF MUSIC. 

TALL STORY. 
Croy, Homer. 

TRIAL OF MRS. ABRAHAM 
LINCOLN. 
Croy, Mae Savell. 

ONLY THE GAME-FISH SWIM 
UPSTREAM. 
Cruse, Irma Russell. 

TO BEAR THE MESSAGE. 
Cruse, Mrs. J. Clyde. SEE 

Cruse, Irma Russell. 
Crystal, Hazen, pseud. SEE 

Russell, Hazel H. 
Cummins, Oliver F. 

ENTANGLEMENTS ON THE INTER- 
NATIONAL DATE LINE. 
Cuneo, Santiago A. 

BARBA AZUL, UNA FARSA 
TRAGICOMICA. 
Cunetto, Dominic J. 

FROM THE GRAPES COME THE 
WINE. 
Curran, Charles W. 

AD MAN. (R) 
Curtin, Michael J., Jr. 

IT'S NEVER TOO LATE. 

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Davl. , 

SATURDAY NIGHT. (R) 

VOLEUR DE BLUES. 
Davis, Merwln Brooks. 
BASIC ELEMENTS 3F I 

EBEL. (R) 
SATOT . (R) 

iter- 

- 

PRDI 
Daws_: . Herbert. 

PROSPECT PROM THEIR DOOR. 
Dawson, Jane L. 

SR, THE PIREWATCHER. 
MR. MOON, OUR NIGHT 
, 
Day, Frederic Lansing. 
KNOCKABOUT. 

KE! 'TIS MAY. (R) 
Dazll, Alvar, pseud. :EE 
.'Dlf . 
Lois. 
FARMER AND THE FOX. 
Deane (H. i Sons, Ltd. 

across the lawn. 
celestial error, 
mrs. wilton's friends. 

Deane, Pat. SEE Deane, 

Patricia Ann. 

. Patricia Ann. 

CHRISTOPHER FISH. 
Deans, Harris. 

CALL OF YOUTH. (R) 

"acque3, pseud. 

SEE George, Charles. 
De Bluir.er, Krlxa. SEE Arle, 

Helene Krlxa de Blumer. 
De Calan, Pierre. SEE Calan, 

Plerr-- 



De M 

MORA HAPPY. (R) 

KEEPING NORA HAPPY. (R) 

GREAT PROMISE. 

'onrad, pseud. SEE 

. 

DRUM. 

. . ' 
nTLESS TR" : . 
Denker, Ho 
FAR COUNTRY. 

US BARABBAS. 
Dennis, Patrick. 

Denoel, Editions. 

FILMS SANS IMAGES. 
Dento-Medlcal Tapes. 

AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY. 
Denues, Constance. 

REST AND QUIET. (R) 
De Pue, Wallace Earl. 

HOW TO SELL RENO WARE. 
De Pumm (Leon) Inc. 

ROVING REPORTER OF GOOD 
. 
Derraer, Burton. 

LAST HONEST M . 
DeRodlo, George Anthony. 

when s:s? v;::e: 3E/ 3E. 

De Salnt-Plerre, Michel. SEE 

Saint-Pierre, Michel de. 
De So'os Erblt, Alice. SEE 

Erblt, Alice de Soos. 
De Soto Dvlsion, Chrysler 

Corp. SEE Chrysler Corp. 

De Soto Division. 
Dessi, Giuseppe. 

GIUSTIZIA. 
De Stefanl, Alessandro. SEE 

Stefani, Alessandro de. 
De Sylva, B. G., pseud. SEE 

De Sylva, George Gard. 



De 5 

. (R) 
RISE 'N' SHINE. (R) 
. 
NEWS. (R) 
■rvagne, Georges Dupont. 
SEE Dupoi.' 
. 
. 
DO. 
'. , Jacques, pseud. SEE 

H. 
ATCHER ON THE CABOOSE. 
la, Adolph. 
UNICRATIC PARTY. 
De Vorzon. 
WHY DADDY. 

Co. 
ADDY. 
. 
THREE STEPS DOWN. (R) 
:an. 
THREE STEPS DOWN. (R) 
. ; rtrude Dlsley. 
DIZZY FAMILY STORI. 

-03 John Ho 
CHRISTMAS CAROL. 
DICKENS A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 
. 
:Y -THIRD PSALM. 

RELIGIE! ' 
. 

RELIGIE'' . 

'ronald Kenneth. 

TRUMPET VINE. 
. 

FLYING COLORS. (R) 

THREE CORNERED HAT. (R) 
n Bernard. 

WHAT WOULD JESUS SAY. 
Dlgga, Charles Norman. 

CUPBOARD IS BARE. 
Dllbert, Bern;: . 

COMMUNITY SPIRIT. 
Dlldy, Marnelle Thomsen. 

PRENIA HYDE. 
Dlldy, Mrs. Sims Gei 

SEE Dlldy, Marnelle Thom- 
sen. 
Ding Le Mel, pseud. SEE 

Dingle, Edwin J. 
Dingle, Edwin J. 

ANY DAY CAN BE YOUR NEW 

INNER CHAMBER, SCIENCE OF 
LPHYSICS. 

SCIENCE OF MENTALPHYSICS. 
Dlnne3, Nathan. 

BLIND ALLEY. 
Dixon, Campbell. 

SECRET AGENT. (R) 
Dodge, Robert L. 

SIMON SAYS. 
Dodgson, Charles Lutwldee. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND. (R) 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND AND 
THROUGH THE LOOKING 
GLASS. (R) 
Doktor, N. Olga. 

ANOTHER MAN'S POCKET. 
Dolcln Corp. 

DOLCIN COMMERCIALS. 
Dolley, Georges, pseud. SEE 

Salomon, Georges. 
Donat, Stefan. 

KITTY UND DIE WELTKONFER- 
ENZ. 
Donizetti, Gaetano. 

CAMPANELLO. 
Doran, Marie. 

ANN COMES TO HER 
SENSES. (R) 

GHOST OF A CHANCE. (P.) 
Dornler, Marcel. 

CHIRURGIE UND LIEBE. 
Dorsey, Eulle Elyse Robinson. 

HOPEFULS . 
Dos Passos, John. 

U. S. A. 
Dostoevskii, Fedor Mlkhallo- 
vlch. 

JOUEUR. 



Dostolevskl. SEE D 

Fedor Mlkhailov 
Douglas, A. I. 

SEED POTATOES. (R) 

■mlcal Co. 
NEW SAVINGS IN POLE IN- 
SPECTION AND MAINTENANCE. 
Dowdey, Clifford. 
RICHMOND, CSA. 

. iwendolyn. 
UNVEILING. (R) 
Dozens, Rex, pseud. 

ANNA PAVi 
Drake , Johnny . 

OFTEN BROKE, BUT NEVER 
POOR. 
Drama Guild Publish 

MARY'S BIG LAMB. 
Dramatlo Pub. ' 

DANCING IS FOR DOPES. 
IER IN THE PIE. 
Dramatists Play Service, Inc. 

RIVALRY. 
Draper, Evelyn Manaoher. 

GAME OF CHANCE. 
Dra[ ■ . p. 

PROFESSIONAL SALESMAN'S 
GEMS OF TRUTH. 

WOMEN OF TROY. 
Drel "lag, G.M.B.H. 

ENTFUHRUNG IN VENEDIG . 

SHAKESPEARE DRINGEND 
GESUCHT. 

STUHLE DES HERRN SZMIL. 
Drlnan, Adam, pseud. 

Macleod, Joseph. 
Drucker, Robert F. 

THIRD FORCE, THE CONQUEST 
OF COMMUNNISM. 
Druten, John Van. SEE Van 

Druten, John William. 
Dubner, Ben B. 

MERRY BUDS OF LOVE. 
DuBols, John. 

TONY VERNA PRESENTS THE 
JOEY BISHOP SHOW. 
Duerrenmatt, Frledri 

DEADLY GAME. 

FRANK V. 
Dugan, John Thomas. 

BE AN ANGEL. 

DYNAMIC SALESMANSHIP. 
DuKane Corp. 

FLIP TO? INSTRUCTION. 

THIS IS DUKANE. 
Dumas, Alexandre, pere. 

BLACK TULIP. 
Duncan, Dewey Chaffin. 

DARK FRIDAY. 
Dunn, Becca Flzell. 

SNOW MAIDEN. 
Dunn, Christopher. 

LIFE, THE LIE. 
Dunn, John Russell. 

SNOW MAIDEN. 
Dunn, Sara Lea. 

TANTE'S BAR MITZVAH . 
Dupont de Tervagne, Georges. 

MAGIC-HOTEL. 
Duras, Marguerite. 

VIADUCS DE LA SEINE-ET- 
OISE. 
Duvernois, Henri, pseud. SEE 

Schwabacher, Henri Simon. 
Duvernois, Mme Henri. SEE 

Schwabacher, Marguerite 

Llebaum. 
Dye, Pula Ikard. 

MYSTERY OF THE INDIAN BALL. 



Earle, Edward. 

WONDERFUL WONDER. 
Easterlln, Malcolm. 

WONDERFUL WONDER. 
Eastman, Fred. 

AMERICA ON TRIAL. (R) 
Ebert, Carol Croy. 

ONLY THE GAME-FISH SWIM 
UPSTREAM. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



Ebol, Charl, pseud. SEE 

Bentabol Sanchez, Ellsa. 
Editions Bernard Grasset. 

SEE Grasset (Bernard) 

Editions. 
Edmonds, Walter D. 

LOW BRIDGE. (R) 
Educational Pub. Corp. 

YEAR 'ROUND PLAYS. 
Edwards, George Graveley. 

MOUNTAIN FLOCK. 
Edwards, George Loren. 

IG-G0- RANT- 'TIS. 
Edwards, James. 

APOSTLE OF FREEDOM. 
Eldrldge Pub. Co. 

BIRTHDAY THROUGH THE 
CENTURIES . 

BORIS AND THE BRIEFCASE. 

CHRISTMAS COMES TO SANTA'S 
WORKSHOP . 

CHRISTMAS GIFTS. 

COMMENCEMENT IS HERE. 

CURSE AND THE CROWN. 

EXCUSE FOR LIVING. 

EXTRA ANGEL. 

FINAL EDITION. 

IF YOU ASK ME --. 

SKY'S THE LIMIT. 

SUMMER AND STOCK. 

THREE PINK LEPRECHAUNS. 

TO BEAR THE MESSAGE. 

TRUE BLUE AND TRUSTED. 

TUNE IN ON TERROR. 

WHAT HAPPENED IN 1776. 

WHO'S SCARED OF GHOSTS. 
Electric Autolite Co. 

TURNING LEAD INTO GOLD. 
Ellscu, Edward. 

INCREDIBLE BORGIAS. (R) 
Ellis, Ernest. 

GANADIE. 

6:10. 
Elllsque, Edward. SEE 

Ellscu, Edward. 
Elser, Frank B. 

LOW BRIDGE. (R) 
Emery, Charles. 

BABY FOR BRENDA. 
Emery, Patricia. SEE 

Bernhelm, Patricia E. 
Emery, Sarah Watson. 

PURITAN'S PROGRESS. 
Emery, Mrs. Stephen A. SEE 

Emery, Sarah Watson. 
Engel, Lyle Kenyon. 

FROG PRINCE. 

HANSEL AND GRETEL. 

REMEMBER THE ALAMO. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN 
DWARFS . 
Engls Equipment Co. 

AUTO-COLLIMATOR. 
England, Martha Wlnburn. 

AIDA. 

CHILDHOOD OF CHRIST. 
England, Robert. 

FLY AWAY HOME. 
Engle, Dale. 

CIRCLE IN THE SKY. 
Enters, Angna. 

CHANTECLER. 
Erben, Felix Bloch. 

FLOSS DER MEDUSA. 

NAPOLEON IN NEW ORLEANS. 
Erblt, Alice de Soos. 

THIS TOO WAS A LIFE. 
Erdogan, Avni. 

RECKLESS DANCER AND THE 
WRONG DEAL. 
Erdos, Leslie L. 

NEW PHILOSOPHY. 
Ess 8c Ess Productions, Inc. 

SHERIFF SMITH. 

SHERIFF SMITH SERIES. 
Etherington, Harold. 

THEORY AND PRACTICE OF 
REACTOR DESIGN. 
Eucher, Mark. 

BAISER DE JUDAS. 

CREUSA. 

FRELONS. 

TRAVESTI . 



Euclid Division, General 

Motors Corp. SEE General 

Motors Corp. Euclid 

Division. 
Eunice, Mary, pseud. SEE 

Spagnola, Mary Eunice. 
Euripides. 

TROERINNEN; MEDEA. 
Evangelical & Reformed Church. 

BUILDING YOUR CHURCH. 

FROM SEEDTIME TO HARVEST. 
Evangelical & Reformed Church. 
Commission on the Church 
and Ministry. 

VERDICT OF ONE. 
Evans, Edward Kinchley, Jr. 

BLACK DESIRE IN BLUE 
VENICE. 
Evans, Muriel E. 

DON ALONSO'S TREASURE. (R) 
Experiment Press. 

EXPERIMENT THEATRE ONE. 



Fagan, James Bernard. 

IMPROPER DUCHESS. (R) 
Fagan, Mary . 

IMPROPER DUCHESS. (R) 
Fairbanks, Jerry. 

MIRACLE OF GUADALUPE. 
Fairbanks (Jerry) Productions 
of California. 

LETTER TO MOSCOW. 

MIRACLE OF GUADALUPE. 
Falardeau, Susanne. 

CURSE. 
Falleder, Arnold Edward. 

DE BELLA'S BODY. 

SHOTS IN THE DARK. 
Fanelll, Henry Clay. 

POWDER YOUR WIG. 
Farmers Insurance Group. 

SECOND LOOK. 
Farny, Cyril. 

SKI-WAY. 
Faro, Arline, pseud. SEE 

Farulo, Arline. 
Faro, Frank, pseud. SEE 

Farulo, Frank. 
Farrell, Patrick J. 

STRANGERS AND KIN. 
Farulo, Frank. 

BEAUTY IS A BEAST, 
is, Rene. 

LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN. (R) 
. Elzy, Jr. 

CALLIOPE. 
Fawcett Publications, Inc. 

THREE GREAT GREEK PLAYS. 
Feinberg, Frances G. 

SHOTS IN THE DARK. 
Feinberg, Robert E. 

SHOTS IN THE DARK. 
Felnsteln, Joseph. 

NAKED TO LAUGHTER. 
Felnstein, Marnln. 

HADARKON HAYAROK. 

HALULA'A MIT ' HADEKET . 

YODEFET - SHISHIM VASHEVA. 
Fekete, Leslie Bush. SEE 

Bush-Fekete, Leslie. 
Feld, Rose C. 

ALIEN SEED. 
Feldman, Fred. 

DEAR SISTER. 
Felsenstein, Walter. 

ARME JONATHAN. 
Fenton, Don. 

PURPLE PEOPLES PALACE. 
Ferenc, Molnar. SEE Molnar, 

Ferenc. 
Ferllta, Ernest C. 

SECOND CIRCLE. 
Fernandez, Antonio Garcia. 

SEE Garcia Fernandez, 

Antonio. 
Fernandez, Manuel Garcia. SEE 

Garcia Fernandez, Manuel. 
Fernandez, Plri. SEE Lewis, 

Carmen P. Fernandez de. 
Fernandez de Lewis, Carmen P. 

SEE Lewis, Carmen P. 

Fernandez de. 



Fernandez de Sevilla, Luis. 

ABUELO CURRO. (R) 
Fernandez Shaw, Guillermo. 

LUISA FERNANDA. (R) 
Feuchtwanger, Lion. 

SIMONE HEARS VOICES. 
Feydeau, Georges. 

KATZE IM SACK. 
Fiebig, Kurt. 

SCHMIED VON GENT. (R) 
Fields, Dorothy. 

BABES IN HOLLYWOOD. (R) 

PARDON MY ENGLISH. (R) 
Fields, Herbert. 

BABES IN HOLLYWOOD. (R) 

PARDON MY ENGLISH. (R) 
Fifield, Flora. 
« SAGA OF ETHAN ALLEN. 
Figueiredo, Guilherme. 

FOX AND THE GRAPES. 

GOD SLEPT HERE. 
Filas, Thomas. 

FORGOTTEN MAN. 
Film Counselors, Inc. 

LETTER TO MOSCOW. 
Film Productions Internation- 
al. gEE Young (Lloyd) Ltd. 
Fine, Helen. 

MIRACLE FOR CHANUKO. 
Flnletter, Gretchen Damrosch. 

PASSING PRESENT. (R) 
Finnern, Dieter. 

GAUNERKOMODIE. 
Finson, Norman. 

MARK MICHAEL IS THIRTEEN. 
Firari, Harvey E. 

CROSSOUT NIGHT. 
First Church of Christ, 
Scientist, Boston. 
Christian Science Board of 
Directors. 

EGLISE MERE A L'OEUVRE. 

MOTHER CHURCH IN ACTION. 
Fischer (S.) Verlag, G.M.B.H. 

DRAMEN . 

ROSEN DER EINODE. 

SANKT GALLER SPIEL VON DER 
KINDHEIT JESU. 

TROERINNEN; MEDEA. 

ZAUBERIN VON BUXTEHUDE. 
Fisher, Aileen. 

CHRISTMAS PLAYS AND PRO- 
GRAMS. 
Fisher, Barbara. 

FENWICK. 
Fisher, Cecilia Ruth. 

LOVE COMPLEX. 
Fisher, Celia. SEE Fisher, 

CECILIA Ruth. 
Fitch, David Charles. 

ONE OF PHARAOH'S LEAN 
CATTLE. 
Fithian, James Hampton. 

NICOPOLIS. (R) 
Fitts, Dudley. 

FOUR GREEK PLAYS. 
Fitzgerald, John Dennis. 

TENA. 
Fix, Ressie. 

HOMEMAKING IN REVIEW. 
Flammarlon. 

SPECTATEUR NOCTURNE. 
Flavin, Martin. 

AMACO. (R) 
Fleischman, Maxine. 

LAST OF THE BEST. 

SOMETHING GOOD. 
Fleischman, Mrs. Roy Philip. 

SEE Fleischman, Maxine. 
Fleishman, Samuel. 

GRAND PRIX SERIES. 
Fleming, Berry. 

CARNIVAL. 
Fleming, Brandon. 

MARCHIONESS INSISTS. (R) 

MY WIFE COMES TO DIN- 
NER. (R) 
Flinn, Simon. 

GILLES DE RAIS. 
Flom, Leonard. 

BY HIPPOCRATES I SWEAR. 
Fluckey, James 0. 

EXTRA ANGEL. 

THREE PINK LEPRECHAUNS. 



Flynn, Jean. 

JUDGE TENDERLY OF THEM. 
Fodor, Ladislaus. SEE 

Fodor, Laszlo. 
Fodor, Laszlo. 

CSOK A TUKOR ELOTT. (R) 
Fontaine, Frank. 

DEPARTURE. 
Fontana, Sam. 

FONTANA'S THEATRE RESTAU- 
RANTS STROLLING SINGERS. 
Footner, Geoffrey, M. 

PROBLEMS AND NEW TECHNIQUES 
OF EXPORT TRAFFIC 
MANAGEMENT . 
Ford, Corey. 

FLYING COLORS. (R) 
Forker, Marie. 

MY VISIT TO THE LINCOLN 
MEMORIAL, WASHINGTON, D.C. 
Formica Corp. 

QUALITY UNDER THE SKIN. 
Fornell, Gladys. 

PUSS IN BOOTS. 
Forrest, Halmar. 

VENUS THE 2 3D. 
Forster, E. 'M., 

PASSAGE TO INDIA. 
Forster, Minnie Jane. 

SECRETS OF KNOB HILL. 
Forsyth, James. 

JOSHUA. 
Fortune Films. 

COMPUTER COMES TO MARKETING. 
Forzanno, Giovacchino. 

PALLA DE MOZZI. (R) 
Foster, Lloyd. 

FATHER MEDICINE. 
Fosters Agency. 

STAGE DOOR. (R) 
Fostinl, John. 

ENEMIES DON'T SEND FLOWERS. 

FOX AND THE GRAPES. 

GOD SLEPT HERE. 

HANDS OF EURIDICE. 
Foucher, Armand. 

AS DE LA BELOTTE. (R) 

AU SINGE TRICOLORE. (R) 

FILLEULE DU MARECHAL. (R) 

FLAIR DE DETECTIVE, (r) 

GENDRE CHAMPION. (R) 

MEDIUM RIGOLO. (R) 

MONSIEUR FLANELLE. (R) 

PETITE FEMME, D' ACTIONS. (R) 
Fowler, Clement David. 

LOVE IS NOT ALL. 
Fox, Clyde. 

STAR OF THE MORNING. 
Fox, Cyd, pseud. SEE Dorsey, 

Eulie Elyse Robinson'. 
Fox, Edith. 

WOODEN SHOE CHRISTMAS. (R) 
Fox, George M. 

DON JUAN IN HELL. 
Fox, Mark Benjamin. 

OPODEIMUS. 
Frakes, John Dean, Jr. 

FINAL DRESS REHEARSAL. 
Franc, Frank. 

ADNAGAPORP. 
France, Anatole, pseud. SEE 

Thlbault, Jacques Anatole. 
Francis, George B. 

SUBURBAN SAUCE. 
Francis, Mary. 

CHRISTMAS AT GRECCIO. 
Frank, Louis P. 

SCHOOLDAYS. 
Frank, Nino. 

FILMS SANS IMAGES. 
Frankel, Aaron M. 

FABLES OF OUR TIME. 
Freeh tman, Bernard. 

BALCONY. 

BLACKS. 
Frederick, Kenneth. 

IF WISHES WERE HORSES. 
Freedman, David. 

RECOVERY. (R) 
Freedman, Philip Morris. 

AND WITHOUT WARNING. 

FRATERNALLY YOURS. 

MISTER DETECTIVE. 






NAME INDEX 



?:--■..-. 

■ 

BEQ, BORROW OR STi 
Freeman, Lea Da • 

RUBY. (R) 
Pre.' 

a : 

S£'. 
CHRIST*; 10. 

CHRISTMAS TREE FOREST (IN 

THE GREAT WALLE." -?UNTRY) 
CROSSES OH 
CYRANO. 
OHOST OF 
SOMETIME T 
ST; 

BE A ST IE AND THE 5EAUT. 

TRAVELLL 
Prere, Patrl 

£ OP THE FRIGHTENED 
LADY. (R) 
Prlebus, Florida. 

ALICE IN « . (R) 

ALICE IN VONDE.- 
THROUOH THE LOOKING 

/ GLASS. (R) 

-.•mard H. 

THIS HEADY WINE. 
:man, Joel J. 

DISPOS^E. 
Prlgldalre Division, General 

Motors Corp. SE 

Motors Corp. Prlgldalre 

Dlvl 
Prink, Charles W. 

DRUMS AND SYMBOLS. 

HOUSE OP CARDS. 

HUMAN ACCI 

:■•: ON THE DOCK. 

SIR GALAHAD AND THE GHOST. 
Prost, Rex. 

TRAVELLERS. 
Puchs, Leo, pseud. SEE 

Springer, Abraham Leon. 
Pue, Charles. 

MALLARD RETIRES. 
Puh'rmann, John M. 

STROKE OP MIDNIGHT. 
Pulda, Carl H. 

KARRIERE. (R) 
Pulda, Ludwlg. 

KARRIERE. (R) 
Puller, Jo:: 

BAKER'S ROARING TWENTIES 
SCRAPBOOK. 
Pulton, Adellna Pattl. 

LITTLE DISCIPLE. (R) 



GMC Truck & Coach Division, 
General Motors Corp. SEE 
General Motors Corp. GMC 
Truck 4 Coach Division. 

OOM, Inc. 

TRANQUILIZING RECORD. , 
WEIGHT REDUCTION THROUGH 
THE POWER OP POSITIVE/ 
SUGGESTION. 

Gablrondo, Victor. 

AQUI ESTA MI MUJER. (R) 

Gable, Pred 3. 

WHERE THERE'S SMOKE. 

Gaffney, Arch A. 
•!AN. (R) 

Gagllano, Baltazar. 
KO-NGAI. 

Gagllano, Francis Joseph. 
LIBRARY RAID. 
SCHNECKVILLEI SCHNECKVILLE. 

Gagllano, Frank J. 
HOUSE OP SMITH. 

Galdos, B. P. 
PLAY. 

Gale, Cedrlc. 



SEE Breese, 

BOULEVARD DURAND. 
- 

.-ION. 
POEMES A JOUER. 
REVEUR. 

-TONA. 
VIADUCS DE LA SEIN'-ET-OISE. 
VIOLETTES. 

Fernandez, Antonio. 
OCHO MINIATURAS. 

::ue'l. 

OCHO MINIATURAS. 

. 
DYKES. 
Gaspar, Beatrl 

PETER'S ADVENTURE, 
■ater 0. 
D VENTURE. 
. 

£D JUDAS. 
E OF THE DEVIL. 
. J. 
-PAN. (R) 
. 
IN JAPAN. (R) 
. Mrs. Daniel. SEE 
Gaudln, Helen M. 
Gaudin, Ellen, pseud. SEE 

Gaudln, Helen M. 
Gaudln, Helen M. 

PILLOW OP PEATHERS. 
Geer, Palth. 

KNOCKABOUT. 
Gelber, Jack. 
APPLE. 
CONNECTION. 
Gel.: 

ANOTHER DAWN. (R) 
General Electric Co. 
SUBJECT: DISPOSALS. 
SUBJECT: 1961 DISHWASHERS 

AND PROGRAM. 
SUBJECT: WATER HEATERS. 
General Motors Corp. Cadillac 
Motor Car Division. 
FUELS, PILTERS, AND PLAMES. 
OOODBYE, JOE. 
MCGOOD RIDES AGAIN. 
NOOSE HANGS HIGH. 
General Motors Cprp. 

Chevrolet Motor Division. 
BEST SALESMEN IN AMERICA. 
CHEVROLET TRUCK BRAKES. 
COCONUTS? TOMATOES. 
GIT OUT 'N GIT 'EM. 
HOP ON THE BAND WAGON. 
IT PAYS TO ACT. 
IT'S UP TO YOU. 
LUXURY UNLIMITED. 
MAN BEHIND THE MASK. 
MARKET MAGIC. 
OIL FROM THE GROUND UP. 
PAY-OFF MINUTE. 
PUT PUNCH IN YOUR PRICE. 
QUALITY MEANS SATISFACTION. 
RACE FOR SPACE. 
SELL 'EM IN THE BONUS 

MINUTES. 
SELL 'EM TO SUIT 'EM. 
SHARPEN THE PENCIL. 
SHELL GAME. 

STAY IN THE DRIVER S SEAT. 
TAKE FIVE, DEMONSTRATE— TELL 

AND SELL. 
TRUCK MERCHANDISING. 
WORD ON ECONOMY. 
WORDS THAT WORK. 
YOUR LUCKY ELEVEN. 
General Motors Corp. Delco- 
Remy Division. 
IT'S EASY TO BE AN EXPERT. 
General Motors Corp. Euclid 
Division. 
OPERATING THE EUCLID C-6 

CRAWLER TRACTOR. 
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE OF 
THE NEW C-6 CRAWLER. 
General Motors Corp. 
Frlgidaire Division. 
BREAKING THE FROST BARRIER. 



COMPARISON BETWEEN - 
FRIGIDAIRE RANGES AND 
OTHER BRANDS. 
CON".- .'LIMITED. 

ELECTRIC RANGE COM- 
PARISON. 

■RIGERATOR COMPETI- 
TIVE COMPARISON (TWO- 
DOOR) 

CNG PRESENTATION FOR 
FIELD MEETING. 
REFRIGERATOR COMPARISONS. 
General, Motors Corp. 

Truck 8c Coach Division. 
CORPfeE TALKS BACK. 
FARMER TAKES A TRV 
IT'S THE ABILITY TO TAKE 

IT THAT COUNTS. 
TRACKDOWN. 

U PLUS C2 EQUALS MS. 
Oeneral Motors Corp. Olds- 
mobile Division. 
ATTITUDES IN ACTION. 
DOING WHAT COMES NATURALLY 

(CLOSING USED CAR SALES) 
GABBY CABBY IN WHEN THE 

THE CARS CAME MARCHING IN. 
IT'S A WAY OP LIFE. 
LOST, STRAYED, OR STOLEN. 
MAKE EACH DAY PAY ITS WAY. 
OLD CARS--NEW BUSINESS. 
OWNER PROTECTION MEANS 

SALES PROTECTION. " 
PROMOTE FOR PROFIT. 
THEY BRING 'EM BACK. 
Oeneral Motors Corp. Pontlac 
Motor Division. 
CAR OP THE YEAR. 
DR. KADABRA'S PERPECT 

SALESMAN . 
DOWNSTROKE'S DEFENSE. 
PRICE STICKER SELLING. 
PROFESSOR ITNOP TAKES A 

HOLIDAY. 
SWAP THE KNOW-HOW PROGRAM. 
Genet, Jt 
BALCONY. 
BLACKS. 
George, Charles. 
CYRANO. 
HEALTHY, WEALTHY AND 

WISE. (R) 
SENTIMENTAL SARAH. (R) 
George, Lloyd. 

GOD SLEPT HERE. 
George, Marlon E., pseud. 

SEE Pohlman, Max E. 
Oerbldon, Marcel. 

SOIR DE REVEILLON. (R) 
Gerold, Prltz. 

MADEL AUS WEIN. (R) 
Gerry, Roger. 

GOLDEN GIRL OF THE WEST. 
Gershwin, Henry, pseud. SEE 

Mazlen, Henry Gershwin. 
Gerstad, John. 

BONNIE ANN MCCALL. 
Qhlslanzonl, Antonio. 

AIDA. 
Gilbert, Bernard. 

SEED POTATOES. (R) 
Gilbert, Joy. 

MASQUE. 
Gilbert, Robert. 

KITTY UND DIE WELTKON- 
FERENZ. 
Gilbert, Sir William Schwenk. 
IOLANTHI . 
MIKADO. 
Gilbert-Read, Pat. SEE 
Read, Dorothy Florence 
Patricia. 
Gilley, Fred T. 
MIRACLE AT DAWN. 
STARLIGHT PATH. 
Gilner, Ellas. 

WAY OF A PROPHET. 
Gilroy, Frank D. 

DAY SLEEPER. 
Gllstrap, Nettie. 

HANNAH, THE PRAYING MOTHER. 
Glnn & Co. 

IN A BOHEMIAN VILLAGE. 

IN A DUTCH VILLAGE. 

IN A NORWEGIAN VILLAGE. 



Glraudoux, Jean. 

INTERMEZZO. (R) 
Glraudoux, Mme Jean. SEE 

Glraudoux, Suzanne Roland. 
;-Plerre. 

INTERMEZZO. (R) 
I >ux, Suzanne Roland. 

INTERMEZZO. (R) 
Glron, Luis Hurtado. 

DUQUESA GIT ANA. (R) 

MORAL DEL DIVORCIO. (R) 
Gltelman, Belle S. 

HOLIDAY FOR JOHNNY GREEN- 
LEAVES. 

rvey. 

TINKERS TO EVERS TO CH 
Glvler, Robert Chenault. 

PERILOUS ASSIGNMENT, 
-on. Donna Mar J 

SONO OF MOSES. 
Olai. ::os. 

FEMMES VEULENT SAVOIR. 
Olaser, Esther B. 

CHILDREN OF DESTINY. 
Glass, Everett. 

VOLTAIRE. (R) 
Glenn, Rot. 

SHAKESPEARE IN HARLEM. 
Global Music, Inc. 

BAT MASTERSON'S TALES OF 
THE WEST. 
Glocken Verlag, Ltd. 

LAND OF SMILES. 
Gode von Aesch, Anna Johanna. 

EMILIA aALOTTI. 
Goes, Albr. 

SANKT CALLER SPIEL VON DER 
KINDHEIT JESU. 
Ooetz, E. Ray. 

BABES IN HOLLYWOOD. (R) 
Oogglo, Emlllo. 

BERE AFFOGARE. 
Gogol, Nlco 

AMES MORTES. 
Oolbeck, Frederick. 

RASPUTIN'S END. 
Golden, Joseph. 

LEONARDO'S FLYING MACHINE. 
Golden Enterprises, Inc. of 
Florida. 

GOLDEN WORDS LANGUAOE 
SERIES. 
Goldenthal, Jolene Blelch. 

QUIET WALK. 

WEDDING . 
Ooldfleld, Albert A. 

CROWSHAW . 
Ooldlng, Stanton. 

JOHN ENDICOTT. 
Ooldman, Edward Merrill. 

ROCKET. 
Goldman, Elmer M. 

TRIAL BY JURY. 
Goldman, James A. 

BLOOD, SWEAT AND STANLEY. 
'POOLE. 

FAMILY AFFAIR. 
Goldman, Leo. 

LOVE SLAVE. 
Goldman, William. 

BLOOD, SWEAT AND STANLEY 
POOLE. 

FAMILY AFFAIR. 
Goldsby, Angela. 

CAROLA . 
Goldsby', Robert. 

CAROLA . 
Golz, Arnold. 

JOLLY JOKER. (R) 
Golz, Emil. 

JOLLY JOKER. (R) 
Gonzalez, Sarah Anna. 

OUR CAPT. SARAH. 
Gonzalez-Aller, Faustlno. 

SEE Aller, Faustlno 

Gonzalez. 
Goodman, Randolph. 

SHADOWS ON THE WALL. 
Goodwyn, Elizabeth. 

CINDERELLA. 

DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS 
C'AT. 

SLEEPING BEAUTY. 
Good_wyn, Mrs. Frank. SEE 

Go'od'wyn, Elizabeth. 



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Jan.-June 



Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 

BEST THING ON WHEELS. 

BLUE CIRCLE OF SAFETY. 

GREEN SEAL-AND WHAT IT 
MEANS. 

MCGUFFREY RE-VISITED. 

PASSPORTS TO PLEASURE. 

PROMISE KEPT. 

RETAIL TRAINING PROGRAM. 

SELLING SITUATIONS. 

SELLING UP TO BETTER TIRE 
PRODUCTS. 

SEVEN STAGE ROCKET. 

SURFACE YOU BUY IS THE 
SURFACE YOU KEEP. 

WHERE LEADERSHIP BEGINS. 

YOUR PASSPORT TO PROFITS. 
Gordon, Erwin Esiah. 

C A C: CLASSROOM AUDIO 
CENTER SYSTEM. 
Gore, Mary Carroll. 

NAMING THE BABY. 
Gore, Richmon Charles, Jr. 

GEARGRINDERS SERIES. 
Gorg, Alan. 

THIS IS OUR LIFE. 
Gorman, Catherine. 

THIS IS THE STORY OF WALTER 
SMITH AND HIS FAMILY AND 
HIS INCOME. 
Gotfryd, Alexander. 

NATIVE TONGUE OF LONELINESS. 
Gottlieb, Theodore. 

INTRODUCTION AND BERENICE. 

TWENTY MINUTES WITH 
THEODORE . 
Gotwalt, Helen Louise Miller. 

FIRST PLAYS FOR CHILDREN. 
Gould, Franklin N. 

SLEEP MY PRETTY ONE. 
Gould, Willis E. 

POINT OF LAW: THE BRIDE 
IN THE BATH. 
Gout, Alberto Antonio. 

RAPE OF THE SABINES. 
Gow, Ronald. 

EDWARDIANS. 
Grabol, Nina. 

EGG. 
Grabstald, Harry. 

OBSERVATIONS AND PROPOSALS. 
Grade Teacher. 

YEAR 'ROUND PLAYS. 
Graeme, David Robert. 

DISASSEMBLED MAN. 
Grahn, Suzanne Elizabeth. 

WE BIDE LONELY. 
Grainger, Gawn. 

MURDER ON ARRIVAL. 
Grasset (Bernard) Editions. 

ECRIVAINS. 
Graveley, George, pseud. 

SEE Edwards, George 

Graveley. 
Gray, Douglas. 

GRIFFIN AND THE MINOR 
CANNON. 
Gray, James Orman. 

QUEEN OF THE AMAZONS: 
SURVIVAL. 
Greaves, William. 

SWEET FLYPAPER OF LIFE. 
Green, Albert. 

DEVIL AND UNCLE SAM. 
Green, Anne. SEE Asch, 

Anne G. 
Green, John C. 

IMPROBABLE TREES. 
Green, Kenneth, pseud. SEE 

Marder, Alfred L. 
Green, Margery. 

BELLE LAMAR. (R) 
Green, Paul. 

STEPHEN FOSTER STORY. 
Green, Robert Morris, Jr. 

HEAR IT AS IT HAPPENS. 
Greenblatt, Nathaniel Lande . 

SWEET DREAMS AND COCONUTS. 

WATCH THE BIRDIE. 

WORK WITH THE GOVERNOR. 
Greene, J. B. 

TALL, QUIET, STRANGER. 



Greene, Nick, pseud. SEE 

Greene, J. B. 
Greenwood, Dolph H. 

LIFE OF ADAH, RUTH, ESTHER, 
MARTHA AND ELECTA. 
Grefe, William. 
ROOT OF EVIL. 
Gregory, Phoebe Rae. 
COMPLEXIONS. 
PERFECT TIMING. 
SAY ME A PRAYER. 
Greppl, Antonio. 

COEUR IN PAS. 
Gress, Glenn. 

FROCK OF FINE FEATHERS. 
Greth, LeRoma Eshbach. 
MOUCHA . 

SKY'S THE LIMIT. 
Grlbble, Harry Wagstaff. 

LEST YE FORGET. (R) 
Gribitz, Franz. 

MADEL AUS WEIN. (R) 
Gribitz, Joe. SEE Gribitz, 

Franz. 
Grice, Harry Lee. 

INTERIOR DECORATING 
SIMPLIFIED. 
Grieco, Rose. 

LIFE WITH AUNT LINA. 
Grlffls, Elliot. 

PORT OF PLEASURE. 
Grimm, Jakob Ludwig Karl. 
JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. 
OLD SULTAN. 
Grimm, Wilhelm Karl. 

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. 
OLD SULTAN. 
Grollmes', Eugene E. 

CROSS ON HILL 700. 
Grollmes, Huey, pseud. SEE 

Grollmes, Eugene E. 
Gross, Alexander. 

FEATHERS ON THE WIND. 
Gross, Nancy E. SEE Dozens, 

Rex, pseud. 
Gross, Seymour. 

VENUE IS DOWNSTAIRS. 
Grosz, Joseph. 

TRAGEDY OF MAN. 
Groullng, Thomas Edward 
,Caslmir. 

AMPHIBIAN STRIKES. 
Grove Press, Inc. 
ARTISTS' THEATRE. 
AUTOMOBILE GRAVEYARD. 
Grubb, E. B. 

LOW BRIDGE. (R) 
Gruen, Andrew. 

GIVE AND GRAB. 
Griinwald, Alfred. 

BALL IM SAVOY. (R) 
Griinwald, Henry A. 

BALL IM SAVOY. (R) 
Grundman, Henri H. 

NOCHE TIENE SU FIN. 
Grunwald, Alfred. 

VENUE IN SEIDE. (R) 
Guastall, Claudio. 

BELKIS, REGINA DI SABA. (R) 
Guastalla, Marcello. 

BELKIS, REGINA DI SABA. (R) 
Guberman, Reuben. 

FROM SLAVERY TO FREEDOM. 
Guedikian, Puzant. 

LOST CHILD. 
Guitry, Sacha. 

THEATRE, J. 
Gulack, Max R. 

I GREW SO LIKE MY BROTHER. 
Gulesian, Grace Warner. 
PRINCESS MARINA. 
PRINCESS MARINA. (R) 
Gulesian, Mrs. M. H. SEE 
Gulesian, Grace Warner. 
Gunn, Jeanie L. 

HOLD YOUR BREATH. 
Gunn, Johnny. 
CHICKEN. 
CHRIS. 
GUNNSMOG. 
LASTHOUGHT . 
NIGHT. 
SOLICITRESS. 



Guston, Philip, pseud. 

Saltzman, Albert. 
Guth, William A. 

IT'S YOUR MOVE. 
Guthrie, Margaret. 

AFTERMATH. 



H 



H & H, Ltd. 

ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S SCENES 
OF LOVE AND DEATH. 
Haas, Hugo. 

YOU BET YOUR WIFE. 
Hafso, Gordon. 

HEARTLESS TROLL. 
Haig & Patterson, Inc. 
EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK. 
FUELS, FILTERS, AND FLAMES. 
GOODBYE, JOE. 
MCGOOD RIDES AGAIN. 
NOOSE HANGS HIGH. 
Haight, George. 

GOODBYE AGAIN. (R) 
Haines, Robert T. 

NET. (R) 
Hairston, William. 

SABLE ROSCIUS. 
Halboth, Gene Patrick. 

OPEN BOOK: FEDOR DOSTOYEV- 

SKY II. 
OUTPOST OF PROGRESS. 
Halevy, Ludovic. 
PERICHOLE. (R) 
Hall, Baird. 

BLOW IT COOL. 
Hall, Dena, pseud. SEE 
Myshrall, Dena Hirsch. 
Hall, Steven. 

BLOW IT COOL. 
Hall, Ward. 

HAPPY HOUSE. 
Hamby, Raymond Irvin. 

ELLY. 
Hammerstein, Oscar, 2d. 

SOUND OF MUSIC. 
Hammond, Robert Morris. 
FLOWERS FOR A MAYPOLE. 
MR. CLOWN. 
SOLITAIRE. 
Handy (Jam) Organization. 
AIR CIRCUITRY FOR INDUS- 
TRIAL CONTROLS. 
ATTITUDES IN ACTION. 
BEHOLD THIS HEART. 
BEST SALESMEN IN AMERICA. 
BREAKING THE FROST 

BARRIER. 
BUILDING OF A CHURCH. 
BUILDING YOUR CHURCH. 
CAR OF THE YEAR. 
CASE OF THE OPEN DOOR. 
CHEVROLET TRUCK BRAKES. 
COCONUTS . TOMATOES . 
COMPARISON BETWEEN 1959 
FRIGIDAIRE RANGES AND 
OTHER BRANDS. 
CONVENIENCE UNLIMITED. 
CORPSE TALKS BACK. 
DR. KADABRA'S PERFECT 

SALESMAN. 
DOING WHAT COMES NATURALLY. 
DOWNSTROKE ' S DEFENSE . 
FARMER TAKES A TRUCK. 
FROM SEEDTIME TO HARVEST. 
GABBY CABBY IN WHEN THE 
CARS CAME MARCHING IN. 
GIT OUT 'N GIT 'EM. 
HOP ON THE BAND WAGON. 
INSURE WITH KELLY. 
IT PAYS TO ACT. 
IT'S .A WAY OF LIFE. 
IT'S EASY TO BE AN EXPERT. 
IT'S THE ABILITY TO TAKE 

IT THAT COUNTS. 
IT'S UP TO YOU. 
LOST, STRAYED, OR STOLEN. 
LUXURY UNLIMITED. 
MAKE EACH DAY PAY ITS WAY. 
MAN BEHIND THE MASK. 
MARKET MAGIC. 



MERCHANDISING IN ACTION-- 

WITH DISPLAY. 
OIL FROM THE GROUND UP. 
OLD CARS--NEW BUSINESS. 
OWNER PROTECTION MEANS 

SALES PROTECTION. 
PAY-OFF MINUTE. 
PICTURE WINDOW. 
PPflCE STICKER SELLING. 
PROFESSOR ITNOP TAKES A 

HOLIDAY. 
PROMOTE FOR PROFIT. 
PUT PUNCH IN YOUR PRICE. 
QUALITY MEANS SATISFACTION. 
RACE FOR SPACE. 
REFRIGERATOR COMPARISONS. 
RING THE JUBILEE. 
SELL 'EM IN THE BONUS 

MINUTES. 
SELL 'EM TO SUIT 'EM. 
SHARPEN THE PENCIL. 
SHELL GAME. 

STAY IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT. 
SWAP THE KNOW-HOW PROGRAM. 
TAKE FIVE, DEMONSTRATE- - 

TELL AND SELL. 
THEY BRING 'EM BACK. 
TRACKDOWN. 

TRUCK MERCHANDISING. 
TRUTH WILL MAKE YOU FREE. 
U PLUS C2 EQUALS MS. 
WORD ON ECONOMY. 
WORDS THAT WORK. 
YOUR LUCKY ELEVEN. 
Haney, Gerald Ray. 

ROXANE . 
Haney, Noel Francis. 

ROXANE . 
Haney, Ray. SEE Haney, 

Gerald Ray . 
Hanft, Benjamin. 

MY LAST DUCHESS. 
Hanson, Beatrice Austin. 

DARK FLOWER. 
Hanson, Philip. 
KINGS & CLOWNS. 
MOBY DICK. 
Harcourt, Brace & Co., Inc. 
FOUR GREEK PLAYS. 
TRAGEDY . 
Hardardt, Howard J. 

PLEASE HEAR ME. 
Hardenburg, Walter G., pseud. 

SEE Homberg, Hans. 
Harder, Elsie D. 

PRINCE OF THE PIN ELVES. 
Harding, Vince. 

CYRANO'S GAZETTE. 
Hargrove, David. 

ONESIMUS. 
Hark, Mildred. 

ON YOUR OWN FEET. 
WHO'S SCARED OF GHOSTS. 
Harper, Carol Ely. 

EXPERIMENT THEATRE ONE. 
Harper, Gordon Peacock. 

KOKALENKEE. 
Harrigan, Nolan, Jr. 

PERPETUA. 
Harrington, Helen. 

BOY WHO KNEW JESUS. 
Harris, Richard W. 
CONFESSION. 
FOURTH PIG. 

MAN WHO COURTED JANUARY. 
PICK-UP. 
Hart, Edward H. 

BELLAMY TRIAL. (R) 
Hart, Frances Noyes. 
BELLAMY TRIAL. (R) 
Hart, Marion, pseud. SEE 
Adler, Marion Hart. 
Adler, Marion I. 
Hartyl, Macklym, pseud. SEE 

Black, Thomas E. H. 
Harvey, Harvey A. 

MEASURE FOR PLEASURE. 
Harvey, Lola. 

HAUNTED ROOM. (R) 
Hasenclever, Walter. 

MAN OF DISTINCTION. 
Hassall, Christopher. 
LAND OF SMILES. 






NAME INDEX 



S3 






MAS.-: ".'Efl. 

Hay, I 

bas: 

RAr 



! OS . 

M. 

'Tie. 
. (H) 

. 
■ (R) 
• (R) 

'HE. 

HE THE 

HendT: 

BEES 
Hender. 

GOOD NEWS. (R) 

HOT-CHA. 

RECOVERY. (R) 

STRIKE . (R) 

Henley , 

DAFFY DEBATING SOCIETY. 

ENCORE. 

HERE COME THE BRIDES. 
Henoch, Dee. 

STORY OF YANKEE DC 
Henze, Hans Werner. 

PRINZ VON HOMBURG. 
Hernandez Mir, Gulllermo. 

ABUELO CURRO. (R) 
Herrera, Rom 

BELATED GRAD. 
Herring, Curtl; 

NO STRENGTH IN TEARS. 
Herron, Robert. 

NATIVE TONGUE OF LONE- 
LINESS. 
Hers;;., George L. 

DUCHESS OF HALPI. 

IMPORTANCE OF BEING 
EARNEST. 
Hertz, Rudolf H. 

DEATH IN PARIS. 
Herz, Peter. 

JOLLY JOKER. (R) 

LLEBE IN TIROL. 
Herzer, Ludwlg. 

LAND OF SMILES. 

VENUS IN SEIDE. (R) 
Herzl (Theodor) Institute. 

DOCUMENT OP A DREAM. 



"RE. 

TORES. 

I IX KEEPER. 
. 
STUV 

. ton. 
MAN 3ETTE: 

. 
I 

:son. 

. 

BLUE IS THE A,'. 
£RT BOUND. 

j, Leonard J. 



' jn. 

. 
rge Hembert. 
Don, 



QJ 

MURDER IN ARRIVAL. 

SEE 



Ity. 
iANOR AND THE H] 

. 
. Hud. St. 

RATTENFAENGER VON 
HAMELN. (R) 
Hofmannsthal, Hugo von. 

ARABELLA. (R) 
Hofmannsthal, Ralmund von. 

ARABELLA. (R) 
Hogan, Anna B. 

MARCHING ORDERS. 
Holbrook, Marlon. 

PETTICOATS. (R) 
Holland, Jean. 

LOVE ON A DIET. 
Holley, James 0. 

MAN OF THE YE 
Holm, Gustav, pseud. SEE 

Well, Robert. 
Holmln, Lorena Anne Ross. 

COCKFIGHT. 
Holoboff, Michael. 

ADVENTURES OF MR. DOOLITTLE 
AND MR. LIGHT. 
Holtermans, John Peter. 

GRAPHO - PSYCHOLOGY. 
Homer. 

ILIAD. 
Homltzky, Vsevolod. 

ZHESTOKY ROMANS. 
Honau, Richard Allen d'. 

PUSS IN BOOTS. 
Honlg, Edwin. 

CAVE OF SALAMANCA. 
Honlg, Joel. 

FALSE FACES. 
Hood, William. 

ALL MIXED UP. 
Hooke, Nina Warner. 

GODSEND. 
Hooker, Brian. 

CYRANO'S GAZETTE. 



Hooper, Gene L. 

PRELUDE . 
Hoover, Gladys L'Ash 

WOMAN IN THE WINDOW. 
Hope, Claude, pseud. SEE 

Hem;! 
Hoppv 

duchess of malfi. 
importance of being 
ear:. 

Horlne, Charles. 

ME AND THEE. 
Horner, Ada B. 

ALL 
Hotchklss, Lloyd M. 

BARD. 

jT, A. E. 

ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S SCENES 
OF LOVE AND DEATH. 

GAMBLER, THE NUN AND THE 
RADIO. 
Houghton, Alma Brad; 

FLOWERS OF THE NATIONS. (R) 
Houlahan, Beulah Luclle. 

FIVE MAGIC WISHES. 
Houlahan, Mrs. J. E. SEE 

Houlahan, Beulah Lu 
Houston, J 

INVENTOR. 
Howard, F. Morton. 

MONEY FOR NOTHING. (R) 

NO ONE KNOWS EVERY- 
THING. (R) 

PERSON RESPONSIBLE. (R) 
. James L. . 

COULD WE HAVE KNOWN. 
Howa: : imrosch. 

ALIEN CORN. (R) 

LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN. (R) 
Howar : . 

AUTOMOBILE GRAVEYARD. 
Howard, Sidney. 

ALIEN CORN. (R) 

DODSWORTH. (R) 

LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN. (R) 
Hoxton, Jeery. 

A LEGEND. 
Hsleh, Itzen, pseud. SEE 

Zla, Ye. 
Hughes, Catharine Rachel. 

MADAME LAFAYETTE. 
Hughes, Harold Fred. 

ONE DOLLAR TICKETS. 
Hughes, Langston. 

SHAKESPEARE IN HARLEM. 

SWEET FLYPAPER OF LIFE. 
Humphreys, Henry S. 

VICKSBURG. 
Humphreys, Richard Noble. 

EAST IS WEST. 
Hunter, Kermlt. 

NEW FRONTIER. 
Hurst, Virginia Radcliffe. 

WORLD WIDE WRECKING COMPA- 
NY. 
Hutchinson, Marjorle Hely-. 

SEE Hely-Hutchlnson, 

Marjorle. 
Hutchinson, Victor Hely-. 

SEE Hely-Hutchinson, 

Victor. 
Hutner, Herbert Hart. 

KEEP THE FIRE BURNING. 

WRONGMAN. 



Ibsen, Henrlk. 

GHOSTS . 

LADY FROM THE SEA. 
Ilges, Emll Paul. 

LOOK AWAY! LOOK AWAY. 
Inge, William. 

LOSS OF ROSES. 

TINY CLOSET. 
Inlender, Abraham Jakob. 

WHITE WALLS OF SUMMER. 
Inlender, Avraham Artzl, 

pseud. SEE Inlender, 

Abraham Jakob. 
Innez, John, ps'eud . SEE 

Hines, John A. 



lona Grammar Schi 
Rochelle, N. Y. 
.'.INARIA. 
THIS IS DANVILLE. 
Ionesco, Eu 

KILLER. 
Isaacs, Elcanon. 

ILLATION OF THE 

ie Kavlnoky. 
FIGURES IN A FUGUE. 
Isolanl, Comte, pseud. SEE 
Eucher, Mark. 

. Hsleh, pseud. SEE 
. ' 

:i, Lalla. 
WORDS OF JESUS. 



JNR :' 

ONALD'S DRIVE-IN JINGLE. 
Louise. 

GIRL'S MISTAKE. 

: ristopher Gage. 
N'S RETURN. (R) 
Jacobs, Edward Russ. 

BOGE i 
Jacobs, Ruth 

DIXON'S RETURN. (R) 
Jacobs. W. W. 

DIXON'S RETURN. (R) 
Jacobsen, Roy. 

DOCTOR IN SPITE OF 
HIMSELF. 
James, Billy. 

EVENING WITH EMMETT KELLY. 
James, Hal. 

CORPSE HAD FOUR FEET. 
James, Hal. SEE Trl-Color 

Productions. 
Jame3, Helen, SEE Robinson, 

Helen James. 
Janjiglan, Edward R. 

LONG, LONG AGO. 
Janney . SEE 

Trachtenberg, Mark. 
Jarrell, Hampton M. 

TWELVE HALF-HOURS WITH 

THE WINTHROP THEATRE. 

Jason, Mark, pseud. SEE 

Zalk, Marvin Marcus. 
Jaspan, Norman. 

BILLION DOLLAR PAYOLA. 

HIDDEN CONSPIRACY AGAINST. 
PROFITS. 

OPPORTUNITIES FOR EMBEZZLE- 
MENT IN THE DAIRY INDUSTRY. 
Jebb, R. C. 

THREE GREAT GREEK PLAYS. 
Jeffery, Edmond C. 

SARAI. 
Jennings, Margaret F. 

BLOW NOT THE SMOULDERING 
FLAMES. 

WHO DARES THE STRONG GODS. 
Jennings, Mrs. Melvin N. 

SEE Jennings, Margaret F. 
Jennings, Talbert Hendricks. 

SHADE OF DIFFERENCE. 
Jewish Forum. 

DEATH IN PARIS. 
Johnson, Albert Richard. 

BOTTLE AN' A BIRD. 
Johnson, Diana Marr. SEE 

Marr- Johnson, Diana. 
Johnson, Dorothy Z. 

MAN WITH MUSIC ON HIS MIND. 
Johnson, Ernest N. 

LOVE ON A DIET. 
Johnson, John Potter, pseud . 

SEE Potpinko, John Joseph. 
Johnson, Peter. 

SPLIT SECOND. 
Johnson, Philip. 

SEND HER VICTORIOUS. (R) 

TO-DAY OF ALL DAYS. (R) 
Johnson, Rachael Florena 
Bergeron. 

TO BE REMEMBERED. 
Jomeyer, Joachim. 

BAGNO - BALLADE. 
Jones, Beresford. 

TO RAPE A WIFE. 



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Jones, David T. 

CARNIVAL. 
Jones, Errol Aubrey. 

OTHER SIDE OP THE MOON. (R) 
Jones, George W. 

NO CORNER TO HIDE IN. 

WAY HOME. 
Jones, Orover. 

CRACKED ICE. (R) 
Jones, Jeff, pseud. SEE 

Jones, George W. 
Jones, Napoleon Francis. 

BENEFITS OF RUBBER TO 
MANKIND. 

WOMEN. 
Jope-Slade, Christine. SEE 

Clark, Christine Jope- 
Slade. 
Jordan, Charles Edward. 

ROSALIE'S IN TOWN. 
Jordan, Erik, pseud. SEE 

Hedrlck, Lacy. 
Jordan, Helen. 

CINDERELLA. 

DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS 
CAT. 

SLEEPING BEAUTY. 
Jordan, Mrs. Lyman. SEE 

Jordan, Helen. 
Jordan, Philip Harding. 

ONE GAY SUMMER (AND 
AFTER) 
Joseph, Bruce Prince-. SEE 

Prince-Joseph, Bruce. 
Joseph, Helen Halman. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN 
DWARFS. 
Josephs, Conrad, pseud. SEE 

Bromberg, Conrad. 
Josseau, Fernando. 

MONEYLENDER. 
Joudry (Patricia) Ltd. 

SEMI-DETACHED. 
Julian. 

CONTINENTAL TOUCH. 
Jul Hard, Rene. 

CHATEAU EN SUEDE. 
Jungrels, Madeline. 

SUBURBAN ON THE ROCKS. 
Jurgen3, Windy. 

YOGA EXERCISES BY JURGENS. 
Justin, Mark, pseud. SEE 

Leigh, Justin, pseud. 



K 



Kaas, William P. 

SCOTCH IT DADDY, SCOTCH IT. 
Kacin, Jay. 

SAGA OF ETHAN ALLEN: THE 
GREEN MOUNTAIN BOYS. 
Ka'stner, Ei 

SCHOOL FOR DICTATORS. 
Kaiser, Elthne Wilkins. 

DREAMERS. 
Kaiser, Era 

DREAMERS. 
Kaiser, Mrs. Ernst. SEE 

Kaiser, Eithne Wilkins. 
Kaiser, Georg. 

FLOSS DER MEDUSA. 

NAPOLEON IN NEW ORLEANS. 
Kalb, Marvin. 

EASTERN EXPOSURE. 
Kalchelm, Henry A. 

MUSIC OF MISTER MUNDY. 
Kalenak, Dan. 

NEW POWER OF RADIO 
BROADCASTING. 
Kallesser, Michael. 

WHEN LADIES PLAY. 
Kallman, Chester. 

PRIZE FIGHT. 

TUSCAN PLAYERS. 
Kalmar, Bert. 

CRACKED ICE. (R) 
Kalmar, Jessie. 

CRACKED ICE. (R) 
Kamlns, James. 

LITTLE LESS THAN HAPPINESS. 
Kampmann, Edwin A. 

AFRICAN U.S.A. 



Kander, John. 

FAMILY AFFAIR. 
Kane, Harriet. 

HEE HEE HEE HEE. 

PUNCHLINE . 
Kane, Lina, pseud. SEE 

Kleffer, Leona A. 
Kane, Virginia T., pseud. 

SEE Thompson, Virginia A. 
Kapfer, Joseph W. 

POINT OF LAW: THE BRIDE 
IN THE BATH. 
Karelitz, Samuel. 

BABY CRIES. 

INFANT VOCALIZATIONS. 
Karlen, Roland N. 

TALES OF BLOOMENCRANTZ. 
Karp, Elizabeth. 

TEN CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. 
Karro, Anne Elliot. 

REHEARSAL. 
Kaufman, George S. 

FLYING COLORS. (R) 
Kavinoky, Bernice. SEE 

Isaacson, Bernice Kavinoky. 
Kaye, Benjamin M. 

YON SILVERY MOON. (R) 
Kazan, Mrs. Ella. SEE Kazan, 

Molly. 
Kazan, Molly. 

WONDERFUL HOTEL. 
Kearney, Clarence E. 

PORT OF PLEASURE. 
Keenan, Joseph Roger. 

INQUEST, ON MADISON AVENUE. 
Keenan, Roger. SEE Keenan, 

Joseph Rogers. 
Kellenbenz, Eugene. 

JOURNEY TO GOLGOTHA. 

PROCESSION OF THE PROPHETS. 
Keller, Hans Wilhelm. 

LEERE HAUS. 
Kelley (Jim) Bui 

COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST. 
Kelley, Mary Sullivan. 

OUT OF DREAMS. 
Kelley, Timothy Joseph. 

WIDOW'S H 
Kellogg, Caroline. 

DRUNKARD. 
Kellogge, Marjorle. 

GRAVY TRAIN. 
Kelly, Mary Bunn. 

BEHOLD, MY SON. 
Kelly (Russell) Office Ser- 
vice, Inc. 

CASE OF THE OPEN DOOR. 

INSURE WITH KELLY. 

PICTURE WINDOW. 
Kelly, Tim J., pseud. SEE 

Kelley, Timothy Joseph. 
Kelly, W. C. 

NIGHT IN PARIS. 
Kelogg, Carolyn, pseud. SEE 

Kellogg, Caroline. 
Kelsey, Burt A. 

DICKENS A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 
Kemp, Robert. 

RADIANT ENERGY. 
Kenney, Robert E. 

SCRAPBOOK. 
Kent-Wright, Clifford. 

MUSICAL CHAIRS. (R) 
Keogh, Thomas. 

DUCHESS OF MALFI. 
Kern, Daniel J. 

BLUE AND GRAY. 
Kessell, Edward S. 

SIR WHAT'S-HIS-NAME. 
Kesselring, Joseph 0. 

AGGIE APPLEBY, MAKER OF 
MEN. (R) 
Kessler, Jascha. 

CHARADE. 
Kessler, Richard. 

LISELOTT. (R) 
Keyes, Baron. 

CLICK HANIGAN. 
Khomitzky, Vsevolod. SEE 

Homitzky, Vsevolod. 
Kleffer, Leona A. 

GOLDEN TOUCH. 



Kleffer, Patricia Lee. 

INCIDENT OF THE JAGUAR III. 
Kielty, John Roger. 

WATCH THE BIRDIE. 
Kilgore, G. Mallard. 

DICKENS A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 
Kilham, Peter. 

CASKET SINKERS. 

CAUSED BY RUM. 

FIRE TEAM. 

ME AND ELMER. 
Kimmins, Anthony. 

WHILE PARENTS SLEEP. (R) 
Kincheloe, Clarence Lee. 

GLORY IN THE SUN. 
King, Frank. 

KINDNESS ITSELF. (R) 
King, Philip. 

LONESOME ROAD. 
King, Roger W. 

ROLL OF A MANUFACTURERS' 
AGENT IN THE DISTRIBUTION 
OF INDUSTRIAL GOODS. 
Kipphardt, Heinar. 

SHAKESPEARE DRINGEND 
GESUCHT. 

STUHLE DES HERRN SZMIL. 
Kirby, Joseph. 

SOLITAIRE. 
Kirchner, Wolfgang. 

KATZE IM SACK. 
Kirkland, Jack. 

MANDINGO. 
Kirland, Joseph. 

DISMEMBERED. 
Kirn, John. 

CELL. 
Klarmann, Adolf D. 

DRAMEN. 
Klein, Carol Lois. 

LITTLE BIT OF MAGIC. 
Klelnmuntz, Hinda. 

COLOR SCHEME. 

MAGIC SLINGSHOT. 
Kleist, Helnrich von. 

PRINZ VON HOMBURG. 
Kline, Elmer Lee. 

LAVENDER. 
Kllpper, Shirley Joslin. 

MEASLES AND THE TOY CHEST. 
Klop, Germaine. SEE 

Salomon, Germaine Klop. 
Klumpp, Hermann Anthony 
Parks . 

ROYALTY RANCH. 
Knauf, David Marvin. 

WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN. 
Knepler, Paul. 

GIUDITTA. (R) 
Knight, Emily M. 

WHAT HAPPENED IN 1776. 
Knoblock, Edward. 

EVENSONG. (R) 
Koczera, Walter J. 

LIGHT ONE CANDLE. 
Kodaly, Zoltan. 

SPINNSTUBE. 

SPINNSTUBE. (R) 
Koetzner, Signe. 

SHY INDIAN PRINCESS. 
Kohner, Frederick. 

STALIN ALLEE. 
Komjati, Karl. 

TANGO UM MITTERNACHT. (R) 
Kondor, Iby . 

TANGO UM MITTERNACHT. (R) 
Konigmacher, Martin S. 

RUMPLESTILTSKIN . 
Kook, Heti Em, pseud. SEE 

Cook, Hettle M. 
Koop, Mary Jane Sloan. SEE 

Sloan-Koop, Mary Jane. 
Kopit, Arthur Lee. 

OH DAD, POOR DAD. 
Korpell, Herbert Samuel. 

KOKALENKEE. 
Koutzen, Boris. 

YOU NEVER KNOW. 
Kradelman, Bill. 

WILHELMINA. 
Kramish, Leonard. 

DEATH OF MRS. SURRATT. 



Kramm, Joseph. 

GIANTS, SONS OF GIANTS. 
Kraus, Karl. 

MADAME L'ARCHIDUC. 

PERICHOLE. (R) 
Krause, Walter. 

U. S. FOREIGN-AID PROGRAM. 
Kregal, Irving William. SEE 

Trappe, Sandy, pseud. 
Kregal, Maurice. SEE Trappe, 

Sandy, pseud. 
Kretschmar, Adolph A. 

UNCLE LUKE'S LAST LAUGH. 
Kroll, Anne. 

WELFARE. 
Kromer, Helen. 

VERDICT OF ONE. 
Kruczkowski, Leon. 

NIEMCY. 
Kunneke, Edward. 

GLUCKLICHE REISE. (R) 
Kurtz, Maurice. 

NO HELP FROM HEAVEN. 
Kurtz, Russell W. 

DALTON ADVENTURES. 

DALTONS RODE FOR JUDGE 
PARKER. 
Kusell, Daniel. 

JACKS OR BETTER. 

PARTY'S OVER. (R) 



Labiche, Eugene. 

MAN WHO SET FIRE TO A LADY. 
Lacour, Jose Andre. 

MASCARIN. 
Ladish Co. 

DEPENDABLE HIGH-STRENGTH 
CONTAINERS. 
Lahey, Gerald B. 

DUCHESS OF MALFI. 

IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. 
Lamphere, Eula A. 

CROSSES ON THE HILL. 
Landau, Gene Elwyn. 

LOW POWER BROADCASTING--IS 

IT PRACTICAL-PROFITABLE. 

Lande, Nathaniel, pseud. SEE 

Greenblatt, Nathaniel Lande. 
Landon, Stewart, pseud. SEE 

Wilson, Roger C. 
Lane, Marcelle. 

OSCAR WILDE, SAINT AND 
SINNER. 
Lanes, Monroe, pseud. SEE 

Schneier, Monroe. 
Lang, Miriam. 

MY DEAREST LOVE. 
Langan, Ellen. 

SAGA OF STRONGMAN MCGOWAN. 
Langan, James M. 

SAGA OF STRONGMAN MCGOWAN. 
Langan, Mrs. James M. SEE 

Langan, Ellen. 
Lange, Clarence Walter. 

NEW START. 

ROW HOUSE. 
Langford, Angela C. 

INNER TURMOIL. 
Lantz, Louis. 

NOBODY KNOWS HOW BARLEY 
GROWS. 
Lapeyre, Thelma Joyce. 

FOR YOU A ROSE. 
Larson, William L. 

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS- -AT 
HOME PLATE. 
Laserson, Mariam. 

LETTER TO THE TIMES. 
Lash, Kenneth. 

COLLECTORS. 
Laszlo, Fodor. SEE Fodor, 

Laszlo. 
Laughton, Charles. 

GALILEO. 
Laurence, Michael, pseud. 

SEE Stoppelman, Michael. 
Laurents, Arthur. 

GYPSY. 
Laurer, Barbara May. 

OLD ERIE DAYS. 






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Lawi 






(R) 
). (R) 



. (R) 

SEE 

-EAT MAN. 

:ne pop. ?'- 
unequal time. 

Lawren-e, Jerome. 
AUNTIE MAME. 
OAN IRE. 

Lawr- 

ert. 
Lawre;. 

- USED IN 
NOCTU 
Laws on, John Howard. 
ESS STORY. (R) 
Lazar, Bernard. 

JASPER ?: 
Leaf, 

SUTTON ?: 
Leake, Russell. 
COMMENCEMENT. (R) 

ROOM. (R) 
FRANCIS DRAKE. (R) 
PRIEND OP HIS YOUTH. 
PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED . 
Leavenworth, Coman. 

PROSPECT OP THE PARK. 
Leavltt, John. 

OLD PHILOSOPHER. 
LeBar, 

SALES PROMOTION PROGRAM 
TO BE PRESENTED TO A 
MAJOR MARKETING OP- 
TION IN THE PETROLEUM 
INDUSTRY. 
Leckel, Jor 

BLUE IS THE ANTECEDENT 0? 
IT. 
Leder, Herbert J. 

NINE MILES TO NOON. 
Lee, Bobble. 

SWEET ARROGA.' 
Lee, Pred J. 

CASEY JONES. 
Lee, Gypsy Rose. 

3YPSY. 
Lee, Lawrence. 

AMERICAN AS PAUST. 
Lee, Leonard. 

NOT IN OUR ST 
Lee, Mary, pseud. SEE 

Shelmerdene, Mary plnney. 
Lee, Robert Charles. 

OP KINDRED MINDS. 
Lee, Robert E. 
AUNTIE MAME. 
GANG'S ALL HERE. 
Lee, Samuel L. C. 

HAL? A DAY WITH TESSLE. 
Le Galllenne, Eva. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND. (R) 
ALICE IN WONDERLAND AND 
THROUGH THE LC 
GLASS. (R) 

GIUDITTA. (R) 
Leigh, Justin, pseud. 

JIGSAW . 
Leigh, Sylvia. SEE Leigh, 

Justin, pseud. 
Lelghton, John J. 

BLUE SKY FANDANGO. 
O^L'.z-.ann, Leonhard Sohulz. 

SEE Schulz-LEITZMANN, 

Leonhard . 
Le Mel, Ding, pseud. SEE 

Dingle, Edwin J. 
Lemp, Louise. SEE Pabst, 

Louise Lemp. 
Leon, Victor. 

LAND OP SMILES. 
Leonetti, Charles. 

CHRISTMAS CAROL. 
Lerner, Samuel. 

'.'? THE AIR. (R) 
LeRoy, Eddie. 

MOONSHINE & CHEESECAKE. 



. 

i Ephralm. 
LOTTI. 
, Jean de . 

-MOUR. (R) 
Letraz, Mme Jean de. SEE 

- , Simone Pelgnlet de. 
Letraz, Simone Pelgnlet de. 

MOUR. (R) 
Levenson, Samuel. 
DIS 

POST CARDS FROM CAMP. 
Levensteln, Hesper A. 

BOTH YOUR HOUSES. (R) 
Levester, Alor. . 

COMPLEXIONS. 
Levin, G. Roy. 

TrICENT CUCKOLD. 
Levin, Richard. 

TRA\ 
Levin, Selma C. 

GOLDEN WORDS LANGUAGE 
SERIES. 
Levy, Joseph. 

INSURANCE MAN. 
Lewis, Carmen P. Fernandez 
de. 

:anto caminar. 

Lewis, Joseph. 

PATRIOT TOM PAINE. 
Lewis, Michael. 

DODSWORTH. (R) 
Lewis, Sheila. 

EVERGREEN THE WIZARD. 
Lewis, Sinclair. 

DODSWORTH. (R) 
Lhevlnne, Isadore. 

GOOD TURN. (R) 
Llbbey-Owens-Pord Class Co. 

YOU AND THE ATOMIC AGE 
MARKET FOR GLASS. 
:rles P. 

SANITATION MANAGEMENT AT 
TEXAS TECH. 
. Janls K. 

HEIGHT OF THE SEASON. 
Llbralrle Oallimard. SEE 

Galllmard, Libra 1: 
: .lrle Stock. SEE Stock, 

Llbralrle. 
Llbralrle Stock, Delamaln 

Boutelleau. SEE S' 

Llbralrle. 
Llchthardt, Mary. 

FRIENDSHIP. (R) 
Life Insurance Agency 
Management Assn. 

COULD WE HAVE KNOWN. 
Llllen, Ignaz. 

GROSSE KATHARINA. (R) 
Liljenqulst, Don. 

WOMAN WAS THEIR IDEA. 
Llllenas pub. Co. 

MARK OP THE CARPENTER. 
Llnde (Victor van der) Co. 

DOLCIN COMMERCIALS. 
Lindsay, Howard. 

SOUND OF MUSIC. 

TALL STORY. 
Llneberger, James. 

SOMETIME THING. 
Lipscomb, Ruth. 

OLD SULTAN. 
Livre Contemporaln. 

THEATRE, I. 
Lockert, Lacy. 

MOOT PLAYS. 
Lockwood, Elizabeth M. 

SPINNSTUBE. 
Lockwood, Normand. 

LAND OF PROMISE. 
Lodge, Carter. 

THERE'S ALWAYS JULIET. (R) 
Lodge, David. 

LAND THAT LOST ITS MELODY. 
Lodovici, C. 

DONNA SERPENTE. (R) 
Lohner, Fritz. 

GIUDITTA. (R) 

LAND OP SMILES. 
Lohner-Beda, Fritz. 

BALL IM SAVOY. (R) 



Lolacono, Cal. 

MARRIED SPINSTER. 
. 

LECTURE ON DOG CARE--ALL 
BREEDS. 
Lomberk, Mrs. Edward. SEE 

Lomberk, Alice. 
Long, William I. 

TWELVE HALF-HOURS WITH THE 
WINTHROP THEATRE. 
Longden, Virginia. 

HOLLYWOOD CHARM COURSE. 
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. 

JOHN ENDICOTT. 
Longstreth, Edward. 

NO TRIBUTE. (R) 
Loon ; , 

BOY FROM THE GREEN PLANET. 
Lord, J 

CARTE BLANCHE. 

TALES OP THE CHINA SEAS. 

TRAMP SHIP. 
Lorenz, Ellen Jane. 

TELL US OP CHRISTMAS. 
Lorenz Pub. Co. 

POUR PATHS TO BETHLEHEM. 

STAR 0? JOY. 

TELL US OF CHRISTMAS. 

WHO BIDS. (R) 
Lorlng, Hazel Logan. 

PROGRAM UTILIZING AUDIO- 
VISUAL MEDIA. 
Lorlng, Mrs. Logan. SEE 

Lorlng, Hazel Logan. 
Lowe, Elolse. 

BIRTHDAY THROUGH THE 
CENTURIES. 
Lowy, Lois. 

STORY OP YANKEE DOODLE. 
Ludasy, Akos. 

NOAH'S ARK. 
Luft, Herbert G. 

GIRL ON DEATH ROW. 
Lul, Barbara. 

NON-SENSE. 
Lul, Glancarlo. 

NON-SENSE. 
Lumet, Baruch. 

DRUNKARD. 
Luongo, Giuseppe. 

MERIDIANA. 
Lusseau, Pauline. 

SI L'AMOUR PASSE. (R) 
Lyndon, Barre. 

BIGGEST BALL OF STRING. 
Lyon, Marjorie. 

DREAM COME TRUE. (R) 
Lytle Corp. 

CASE FOR COMMUNICATIONS. 

CLOSE THE LOOP. 

STUDY IN CURVES. 



M 



Maass, Meta Mary. 

BALL IM SAVOY. (R) 
McCain, John R., pseud. SEE 

Rlmassa, John R. 
McCann, Kitty. 

OUT OF DESPAIR. 
McClure, Jane. 

CHOICE OF WEAPONS. 
McCormick, Elizabeth. 

DRAGON WHO GIGGLED. (R) 
McCourt, Gleness M. 

CURSE AND THE CROWN. 
McCready, Byron Robert. 

HARD TIMES-BUCKS-BEANS & 
PROSPERITIES. (R) 
McCreary, Marcle. 

THREE NEEDLES IN A HAY- 
STACK. 
McCreary, Margaret. SEE 

McCreary, Marcie. 
McCreary, William. 

THREE NEEDLES IN A HAY- 
STACK. 
McCue, Lillian Bueno. 

ACTRESS AND THE GAMBLING 
MAN. 

ARAPAHOE SHERIFF. 



McDanlel, Charles A. 

BONNIE ANN MCCALL. 
McDlll, Robert T. 

LET'S PULL OURSELVES 
TOGETHER. 
MacDonald, Lynne Arlene 
. 

HUNTER'S MOON. 
MacDonald, Mrs. Malcolm A. 

SEE MacDonald, Lynne Arlene 

Osthoff. 
McDonnell, John Patrick. 

STARS ARE NOT PURE. 
McDonough, Beth. SEE 

McDonough, Elizabeth L. 
McDonough, Elizabeth L. 

ADORATION . 
McPall, Eve. 

JUDITH . 
McGinn, James T. 

MUSIC OF MISTER MUNDY. 
McGovem, Cella Belle Gill. 

MISS POTENTIAL. 
McGovem, Joseph Edward. 

MISS POTENTIAL. 
McGulre, James M. 

SPORTSPLAY PREDICTIONS 
SAMPLE PROGRAM. 
I re , Lou . 

BAD PENNY. (R) 
McGulre, Marlon A. 

NEW UNIFORM. 
McGulre, William Anthony. 

BAD PENNY. (R) 

FLY AWAY HOME. 
Machlz, Herbert. 

ARTISTS' THEATRE. 
McHugh, Frances Youlin. 

INBETWEEN. 
McKeag, Mrs. Hugh R. SEE 

McKeag, Jean. 
McKeag, Jean. 

APRIL AFTERNOON. 

GRACE IN TRIPLICATE. 
Mackenzie, Ronald. 

MUSICAL CHAIRS. (R) 
Mackenzie, Scoble. 

JOLLY ROGER. (R) 
McLauchlln, Russell. 

WILD RAIN. 
Macleod, Joseph. 

DON JUAN IN HEAVEN. 
McLoughlin, Maurice. 

BILLY BUNTER'S MYSTERY 
CHRISTMAS. 
McMackin, Albert. 

MERELY MAN. 
McMannls, Edward. 

THERE'S MORE THAN ONE WAY 
TO SKIN A CAT. 
McMullen, J. C. 

BLUE BAG. (R) 

CAT CAME BACK. (R) 

MORE POWER TO YOU. (R) 

RING AROUND ROSIE. (R) 
McMullen, Marie. 

BLUE BAG. (R) 

CAT CAME BACK. (R) 

MORE POWER TO YOU. (R) 

RING AROUND ROSIE. (R) 
Mac Murdo, Preston. 

COMEDIA ESPANOLA DE ERRORES. 
Mac Murdo, Sandy, pseud. SEE 

Mac Murdo, Preston. 
McNamee, Edward. 

SHRUGS OF GOD. 
MacNellly, Andrew David. 

PARTIBUS PLUNKER. 
McOwen, Bernard J. 

BLUE GHOST. (R) 
Macpherson, La du Rocher. 

SEAGULL ARRIVES. (R) 
McO.ueen, Noel. 

ON YOUR OWN FEET. 

WHO'S SCARED OF GHOSTS. 
MacQuilkin, James A. 

ECHO VALLEY. 

SAREY. 

763 ROSEDALE. 
McQuilkin, James Fredrick, 

pseud . SEE MacQuilkin, 

James A. 



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Jan.-June 



Macrae, Arthur. 

FLAT TO LET. (R) 
McShane, J 

DANCE OF THE DREAMER. 
McTernan, Walter F., Jr. 

ROBIN HOOD OF BROADWAY. 
Madach, Emery. 

TRAGEDY OF MAN. 
Madden, Robert J. 

ADAM AND EVE. 
Madden, William James. 

DYNAMIS. 
Madison (Wis.) Branch, 

Women's International 

League for Peace and Free- 
dom. SEE Women's Inter- 
national League for Peace 

and Freedom. Madison 

(Wis. ) Branch. 
Magarshack, David. 

STORM. 
Magee, Gertrude Lane. 

SMARTEST GIRL IN TOWN. 
Magee, Judy, pseud. SEE 

Magee, Gertrude Lane. 
Magna Theatre Corp. 

IN THIS SIGN. 
Magoon, Eaton, Jr. 

13 DAUGHTERS. 
Maldhof, William. 

WAR OF WORDS. 
Malleson, Miles. 

IMAGINARY INVALID. 
Mallock, F. Wyndham. 

IMPORTANT PEOPLE. (R) 
Maloney, James P., pseud. 

SEE Oliver, Herbert Richard. 
Maltz, Albert. 

PEACE ON EARTH. (R) 
Maltz, Maxwell. 

FACE OF LOVE. 

LAST MASQUERADE. 
Mandel, Alfred. 

UNDERSTANDING WOMEN. (R) 
Mandel, F> 

UNDERSTANDING WOMEN. (R) 
Mandel, Isolde. 

UNDERSTANDING WOMEN. (R) 
Manglaflco, Salvatore C. 

PIN PON. 
Mangold, Elva P. Maxwell. 

THREE KNOW TRUMP. 
Mann, 

TONGUES IN TREES. 
Mannhelmer, Albert. 

STALIN ALLEE. 
Manson, Richard. 

COURT OF LAST RESORT. 
Mantel, Harry. 

MURDER ON THEIR BRAIN. 
Manzari, Nicola. 

DIO SALVI LA SCOZIA. 
Maral, Sandor. 

AUSSICHTSPUNKT AUF DEM 
BERG PALOMAR. 

FAMILIENFRAGE. 

ZAUBEREI. 
Marash, Harvey, pseud. SEE 

Harvey, Harvey A. 
Marceau, Feliclan. 

EGG. 
Marceau, Fellcien, pseud. 

SEE Carette, Louis. 
Marcos, Antonio, pseud. SEE 

Garcia Fernandez, Antonio. 
Marcos Manuel, pseud. SEE 

Garcia Fernandez, Manuel. 
Marcus, Sol. 

STRICTLY LEGIT. 
Marder, Alfred L. 

BEHIND THE WALL. 

END OF A SEARCH. 
Margolies, Albert. 

ALL THE GENTLEMEN CALLERS. 
Maril, Konrad. 

GROSSE KATHARINA. (R) 
Marino, John. 

FEW HAVE INHERITED THE 
EARTH . 
Marlon Power Shovel Co. 

TEN FEET TALL. 
Marlschka, Ernst. 

SISSY. (R) 



Marlschka, Hubert. 

SISSY. (R) 
Markey, Walter. SEE Leigh, 

Justin, pseud. 
Markham, Tanagra, pseud. SEE 

Sandor Xenea Kanellos. 
Marks, Irving L. 

THANKS FOR THE MOOD. 
Marks, Joe, pseud. SEE 

Marks, Irving L. 
Marotta, Giuseppe. 

VERONICA E GLI OSPITI. 
Marpol, Raymon W. 

FRIVOLITIES AND SERMONS. 

LOST DEPARTMENT. 

STRANGE LAND OF SNIMATIV. 

VERSATILE PROFESSOR. 
Marquardt, Erleen. 

LOVE ON A DIET. 
Marr- Johnson, Diana. 

RAINBOW'S ADVENTURES. 
Marshall, Harry T. 

GALLANT LADY. 
Martial of Limoges, Saint. 

PROCESSION OF THE PROPHETS. 
Martin, Charles. 

FINGERPRINTS THAT LIED. 
Martin, France M. 

FIVE DANCING PRINCESSES. 
Martin, Mrs. Fred E. SEE 

Martin, Frances M. 
Martin, R. J. 

THEOLOGICAL LIGHT IN DARK 
CORNERS. 
Martin, Richard C. 

CHARLEY'S SWORD. 
& Tucker. 

HOW TO USE BREAK-EVEN DATA 
FOR DECISION-MAKING. 
Mary Madeline, Sister. 

THE SHADOW OF THE CROSS. 
Maryland Plymouth Dealers 
Advertising Assn. 

DRIVING A WELL-BUILT CAR. 

REAL PERSONALITY & OUT- 
STANDING STYLE. 

SMARTEST TRIPLE-PLAY. 

STAR ATHLETE HAS REAL 
CLASS 

WHEN YOU DRIVE A LOT YOU 
LEARN HOW MUCH COMFORT 
MEANS. 
Marx, Henry. 

MISTER WIBBEL GOES TO JAIL. 
Mass, Samuel. 

PROVE IT. 
Mathews, William R. 

JUST MONEY. 
Maugham, Robert Cecil Romer. 

LONESOME ROAD. 
Maugham, Robin. SEE Maugham, 

Robert Cecil Romer. 
Maugham, William Somerset. 

FOR SERVICES RENDERED. (R) 

SECRET AGENT. (R) 
Mavor, Eric Ingram. 

TOBIAS AND THE ANGEL. (R) 
Mavor, Osborne Henry. 

TOBIAS AND THE ANGEL. (R) 
Mavor, Rona Lock. 

TOBIAS AND THE ANGEL. (R) 
Maxey, Mildred. 

TIM, THE CHIMNEY SWEEP. (R) 
Maxwell, E. P. SEE Mangold, 

Elva P. Maxwell. 
Maxwell, Ted. 

BATISTE. (R) 
Maxwell, Virginia. 

BATISTE. (R) 
Mayorga, Margaret. 

BEST SHORT PLAYS, 1958-1959. 
Mays, Kenneth. 

THIS IS WHERE I CAME IN. 
Mazlen, Henry Gershwin. 

POOR SPORTS. 
Meade, Dorothy. 

FREE FOR ALL. 
Meckes, Dan. 

DEAR OLD STATE. 
Mei, Ding Le. SEE Dingle, 

Edwin J. 
Meilhac, Henry. 

PERICHOLE. (R) 



Meisel (Edition) & Co., 
G.M.B.H. 

GAUNERKOMODIE. 
Meisels, Saul. 

MARK MICHAEL IS THIRTEEN. 
Melancon, Robert. 

THIS IS WHERE I CAME IN. 
Melville, Herman. 

BARTLEBY. 

MOBY DICK. 
Melville, Richard L. 

ALL IN THE DARK. (R) 
Mendelow, Melvin. 

SOMA. 

STAR- FLIGHT. 
Mercer, Leslie, pseud. SEE 

Heidt, Leslie. 
Mercur, Paul Burton. SEE 

Burton-Mercur, Paul. 
Metcalfe, Felicia. 

MAN OVERBOARD. 
Methodist Church (United 
States) Board of 
Education. 

NEW FRONTIER. 
Mett, P., pseud. SEE 

Mettevelis, Peter. 
Mettevelis, Peter. 

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOOTING. 
Metzemaekers, Pene. 

MILL RATS. 
Miceli, Marcello. 

CERBIATTA NEL LETTO DI 
GHIACCIO. 
Michaelson, Manuel. 

HOUSE IN REVOLT. 
Michaelson, Mike, pseud. SEE 

Michaelson, Manuel. 
Michigan Cancer Foundation. 

OUT OF THE SHADOWS. 
Mlddleton, George. 

THAT WAS BALZAC. (R) 
Mlddleton, Robert Earl. 

KEYBOARDS AND CROWNS. 
Miele, Elizabeth. 

NEW COLONY. (R) 
Mild, Warren. 

INCIDENT AT WHITE MOUNTAIN. 
Mill Whistle Co. 

INFORMED SOURCES. 
Millaud, Albert. 

MADAME L'ARCHIDUC. 
Miller, Arthur. 

MARRY THE GIRL. (R) 
Miller, Mrs. Arthur. 

MARRY THE GIRL. (R) 
Miller, Genevieve A. 

ALL MY LOVE. 
Miller, Harvey. 

MOTHER WAS IN THE MASSAGE 
BUSINESS. 
Milles, Eugenia Sheppard. 

PINK FOX. (R) 
Millikin, Marta Abba. 

NEW COLONY. (R) 
Milne, Alan J. 

AIR YOUR LINEN. 
Mllner, Roger. 

REWARD IN HEAVEN. 
Minietz, Ann I. 

YERMAK, THE CONQUEROR. 
Mir, Guillermo Hernandez. 

SEE Hernandez Mir, 

Guillermo. 
Miranda, Edgard Da Rocha. 

SEE Rocha-Miranda, Edgard 

da. 
Miriam Music Corp. 

BALLAD OF AFFIRMATION. 
Mitchell, Enid. 

INTERLUDE . 
Mitchell, Hazel. 

INTERLUDE . 
Mitchell, Loften. 

STAR OF THE MORNING. 
Mitchell, Louis. 

STAR OF THE MORNING. 
Mitchell, Preston. 

GAUCHO. 
Mock, Sandy. 

EGG SHELL EGOS. 
Moffatt, Richard C. 

CINDERELLA. 



Moles, Andres Molina. SEE 

Molina Moles, Andres. 
Moliere, pseud. SEE Poquelin, 

Jean Baptiste. 
Molina Moles, Andres. 

OCHO MINIATURAS. 
Molnar, Ferenc. 

CSODA A HEGYEK KOZT. (R) 
Molnar, Lili Darvas . 

CSODA A HEGYEK KOZT. (R) 
Molzer, Felix. 

IN A BOHEMIAN VILLAGE. 

IN A DUTCH VILLAGE. 

IN A NORWEGIAN VILLAGE. 
Monaghan, Thelma. 

ALL MIXED UP. 
Monarch Music Co., Inc. 

ALVIN'S ORCHESTRA. 
Monigle, Martha. SEE 

Collings, Martha Monigle. 
Monkhouse, Allan. 

CECILIA. (R) 
Monkhouse, Patrick J. 

CECILIA. (R) 
Montaigu, Henry. 

CAROLINE. 
Monteigle, Robert. 

BELINDA AND THE FULL MOON 
BALL. 
Montgomery Ward & Co. SEE 

Ward (Montgomery) & Co. 
Montherlant, Henry de. 

CARDINAL D'ESPAGNE. 
Montrose, Dave. 

GHOST OF MIRACLE MANOR. 
Moore, Carroll. 

AFTER I'M GONE. 

BEGINNER'S LUCK. 
Moore, Doris 0. 

CHRISTMAS COMES TO SANTA'S 
WORKSHOP. 

DANCING IS FOR DOPES. 
Moore, William. 

ROMANCE TO DUST. 
Moore, Winifred. 

BAMBOO BOX. (R) 
Mora, Eugene. 

BEFORE THE DAWN. 
Moral Re-Armanent, Inc. 

JOHN RIFFE STORY. 
More il lo , Manue 1 . 

AQUI ESTA MI MUJER. (R) 
Morgan, Brewster. 

CANDIDE. (R) 
Morgan, Elaine. 

REST YOU MERRY. 
Morgan, Geoffrey F. 

DON ALONSO'S TREASURE. (R) 
Morgan, Laurence W. 

DON ALONSO'S TREASURE. (R) 
Morin, Alfred J. 

BATISTE. (R) 
Morrin, John. 

NOBODY KNOWS HOW BARLEY 
GROWS. 
Morris, Edita. 

CHARADE. 
Morris, Victoria Smith. 

TRIP TO COCOTURIUS. 
Morrone, Vito Vincent. 

AND NO TOMMORROW. 
Morrow, Robert Baden. 

UMBULGURRI. 
Morse, Elliot. 

LOVE IS THE PAYOFF. 
Morshead, E. D. A. 

THREE GREAT GREEK PLAYS. 
Morstin, Ludwik Hieronim. 

PRZYGODA FLORENCKA. 
Mortimer, John. 

I SPY. 
Morton, Robert M. 

FATIMA. 
Mosier, Frank Moffett. 

STRICTLY LEGIT. 
Moskowitz, Max. 

THIS TOO WAS A LIFE. 
Motion Pictures, Inc. 
YOUR VESTED FUTURE. 
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. 

MOZART'S DON GIOVANNI. 
Miiller, Erik. 
COCKFIGHT. 






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57 



..'19 . 

. (R) 
HOT-CHA. (H) 

. (R) 
STRIKE HE PINK. (R) 

. 

. (R) 

. (R) 
Munr , 

THREE PLAYS. (R) 

rothy Russell. 

Murp- 
DO 

. (R) 
n, pseud. 
Plom, Leo 

-las. 

. 

DHBAJ 

Musselwhlte, Beulah B. 

HIPS AHOY AND ANKLES AWEIOH. 

PURLOINED PEARLS. 
Muss- : , 

. 

Musso, Cai 

DELICTO. 
Myhers, J 

HIS BROTHER'S KEEPER. 
Mysh: 

ALONE AND FUNKY. 



N 



Nabc :3. 

RASPUTIN'. 
Nadle: . 

WORK DESIGN. 
Naftaly, Henry Solomon. 

BLUEPRINT FOR MURDER. 
Napoll, Enzlo. 

UNFORTUNATES. 
Nash, N. Rich 

WILDCAT 
Natlor. 

Dublin. 

WELL OF THE SAINTS. (R) 
National Lumber Manufac- 
turers Assn. 

INVITATION TO LEARNING. 
National Writers Club, 
Denver. 

7 IS A WRITER. 
Nazarene Pub. House. SEE 

Llllenas Pub. Co. 
Neebe, Joseph H. 

LIEUTENANT PROXY. 
Nelden, Benjamin H. 

TEXT FOR TEACHING READING. 
Nellhaus, Gerhard. 

PUNT I LA AND HIS HIRED MAN. 
Nemerov, Howard. 

TALL STORY. 
Neubern, Frances, pseud. SEE 

Jennings, Margaret F. 
Neuleander, Luis. 

ALL IN PARIS ARE AWARE. 
Neveux, Georges. 

MONSIEUR IL. 

VOLEUSE DE LONDRES. 
New Rochelle, N. Y. Iona 

Grammar School. SEE Iona 

Grammar School, New 

Rochelle, N. '/. 
New York University. Divi- 
sion of General Education. 

DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA. 
Newman, Pau 

DEVIL WITH MY WIFE. 



Newman, William. 

. CAME TUMBLING 
DOWN. 

her. 
CUTHBERT BOUND. 
Fohn Colby. 

PARK, 
-is, Beverley. 
.."ONG. (R) 

... W. 

SKY WATCHERS. 

. on . 
H PEWARE. (R) 
. 

:. DELLE ALBICOCCHE. 
Lette. 
^UR A EUX. 

comme les autres. 
zerious strangers. 
£ of iniqu: 

."EE 
. Norman Earl . 
, Arthur L. 
STAUNTON AFFAIR. 
Norwood Studios, Inc. 
RUMPLESTILTSK. I . 
. 
PHE BEST OP PAMILIES. (R) 
THEIR KIND WOULD. (R) 
Norworth, .' 

THE BEST OP PAMILIES. (R) 
THEIR KIND WOULD. (R) 
-o, Ivor. 

-'. (R) 
, Lul3a Acero. SEE 

. 
ACTOR'S DAUGHTER, N0.1. (R) 
FIRST NIGHT. (R) 

:.:•: SILVER. (R) 
Nugent, John Charles. 

ACTOR'S DAUOHTER, N0.1. (R) 

rma Lee. 
FIRST NIGHT. (R) 

. WITH SILVER. (R) 
Nygren, Slgne, pseud. SEE 
Koetzne:-. 



Oakland, Ben. 

:^)REN OF JAZZ. (R) 
Obey, Andre. 

LUCRECE. (R) 

.or, Daniel Pat: 

DAVID AND GOLI 

THEY SHALL INHERIT THE 
SPOILS. 
Oddo, Jasper Samual. 

TO GOD IN ITA: : . 
Oddo, Jerry, pseud. SEE 

Oddo, Jasper Samual. 
O'Dea, Augustine E. 

ALASKA INTERLUDE. 
Offenbach, Jacques. 

ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD. 

PERICHOLE. (R) 
O'Hanlon, James. 

MIRACLE OP GUADALUPE. 
Ohio Brass Co. 

SECOND FIFTY MILLION. 
Ohio Oil Co. 

BIG RISK. 
OJalvo, Edmond. 

OUR CHRISTMAS TREE. 
Oldsmobile Division, General 

Motors Corp. SEE General 

Motors Corp. Oldsmobile 

Division. 
Olessl, Frederick. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. ~T 
Olewln, Dolores Georgia. 

DEVIL AND ADAM AND EVE. 
Olln, Burton. 

MERELY MAN. 
Oliver, Herbert Richard. 

DAVID DRAYTON. 
Oliver, William I. 

DREAM WEAVER. 



Ollvlerl, Anthony, Jr. 

VIRGINIA'S ATTEMPT TO 
CREATE A DICTATORSHIP. 
Ollvlerl, Joseph. 

ULTIMO RITORNO. 
Ollwln, Rice, pseud. SEE 

Olewln, Dolores Georgia. 
Olon, John, pseud. SEE 

Scrymgeour, John 0. 
Olsen, Otto Norman. 

WOODLAND DREAMS. 
O'Mara, Pat. SEE O'Mara, 

Tim. 
O'Mara, Tim. 

WHITE CRAG. 
O'Neill, Eugene. 

LONG VOYAGE VERS LA NUIT. 
Onstott, K;. 

MANDINGO. 
Order of the Eastern Star. 
Michigan. Prince Hall 
Grand Amaranth Court. 

ADMINISTRATIVE DEGREE. 
Exterminating Co., 
Inc. 

PEST CONTROL. 

TERMITE CONTROL. 

TERMITE SWARMING. 
Orkow, Ben Harrison. 

FEMALE VERSION. 
O'Rourke, Betty. 

SEA KITTENS. 
O'Rourke, John J. 

POLITICAL HELLO WITH MUSIC. 
Ortner, Louis. 

DUPPY SQUARE. 
Osborne, Shir: 

IP YOU ASK ME--. 
Osgood, Harry I. 

' JULIA. 
Osnato, Anthony. 

WITCH'S TALE. 
Ossman, David. 

ORPHEUS. 
Ostrowski, William L. 

BROWN EYES. 
O'Sulllvan, Michael. 

FIVE FINGERS, FIVE GLASSES. 

LAST BREATH. 
Otto, Susan. 

PINK SIAMESE. 
Ould, Herman. 

SHIM SHAM. (R) 
Oursler, Pulton. 

SPIDER. (R) 
Owens, Dovle A. 

CHOOSE AN INTELLECT. 
Owens, Mark. 

COMPLETE THE FAMILY. 
Owens, Rosemary J. 

FINAL EDITION. 
Owsley, Katherlne Nichols. 

FUCHSIA. 



Pabst, Louise Lemp. 

CYRENIAN'S SECRET. 
Page, Eugene. 

AND SATAN CAME ALSO, 
page, Sarah. 

AND SATAN CAME ALSO. 
Pagnol, Martlne. 

BALLADE SENTIMENTALE. 
Pagnol, Rene. 

BALLADE SENTIMENTALE. 
Pally, Erwln. 

MONEY TREE. 
Panstwowy Instytut Wydawn- 
iczy. 

NIEMCY. 
Papallodis, John. 

INDIAN ROMANCE, 
park, Hazel Elizabeth. 

OPEN DOOR. ' 
Park, Phil. 

FLEDERMAUS . 
Parks, Anthony. SEE Klumpp, 

Hermann Anthony Parks. 
Parr, Rita. SEE Roltman, 

Rita Parr. 



Parry, Ray. 

NEST OF SCORPIONS. 
Partridge, Fred. 

MAN WHO SET FIRE TO A 

. M>y. 

Partridge, Mary E. 

LEGEND OF THE MOAT. (R) 
Passat . r Lea E. 

DON CARLOS, INFANTE OF 
SPAIN. 
Pastor, Anthony Louis, Jr. 

HOLD YOUR BREATH. 

:son (M. F. ) Dental 
Supply Co. of Delaw: 

FULL MOUTH DENTISTRY 
PRESENTATION. 
Pattl, 

AMORE A ROMA. 
Patton, John P. 

VIEW OF THE WORLD. 
Paul, Charles B. 

ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD. 
Paul, Howard. 

BUT A MOMENT LONG. 
Paulson, Arvld. 

GHOSTS. (R) 

MISS JULIE. 

MOSES-SOCRATES-CHRIST. 

STRONGER. 
Peach, L. du Garde. 

HEARTS ARE TRUMPS. (R) 
Pearl, Ruth K. 

AWAKENING. 

HOUSE ON A HILL. 
Pelgnlet, Slmone. SEE Letraz, 

Slmone Pelgnlet de. 
Pendexter, Hugh, III- 

SUBSTITUTE BRIDE. 
Penn, Arthur A. 

DON ALONSO'S TREASURE. (R) 

PAINTS AND PATCHES. (R) 
Penn, Mrs. Arthur A. 

DON ALONSO'S TREASURE. (R) 

PAINTS AND PATCHES. (R) 
Penot, Charles R. 

EVERY CATHOLIC CAN LEARN - 
SHOULD LEARN LATIN RE- 
SPONSES FOR COMMUNITY 
MASS. 
Perfect Circle Corp. 

CASE OF THE SLIPPERY OIL. 
Perrault, Charles. 

BARBA AZUL, UNA FARSA 
TRAGICOMICA. 
Perry, Jack Barker. 

WHOLE DARN SHOOTING MATCH. 
Pcrtwee, Roland. 

HONOURS EASY. (R) 
Petesch, Gertrude Jane. 

ELIAS AND AMANDA. 
Peyrefitte, Roger. 

SPECTATEUR NOCTURNE. 
Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks. 

MARY MAGDALENE. 
Philadelphia Community 
Foundation, Inc. 

LIGHTS OF LIBERTY. 
Phillips, Eric, pseud. SEE 

Anderson, Arthur Benjamin. 
Phillips, Norman. 

MOZART'S DON GIOVANNI. 
Phillips, Roberta Iris. 

STORY OF MISSY T-T-T-TINKLE 
AND MASTER J- J- J- JINGLE. 
Phillips, Waldo B. 

MONTGOMERY BOYCOTT: AN 
ANALYTICAL APPROACH. 
Phlllpotts, Eden. 

CUP OF HAPPINESS. (R) 
Pickett, Rodney Lee. 

HAWAIJAN-ALASKAN-CELEBRA- 
TION-HOLIDAY-PARTY. 
Pict'ocraft, Inc. 

REVOLUTION OF EXPECTATIONS. 
Pilatl, Mario. 

DONNA SERPENTE. (R) 
Pines, Paul. 

WORD. 
Pinter, Harold. 

COLLECTION OF SKETCHES. 

DUMB WAITER. 
Pirandello, Luigi. 

NEW COLONY. (R) 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Jan.-June 



Plrontl, Tarqulny C. 

GOD DOES NOT PAY ONLY 
SATURDAY. 
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. 

STOP, LOOK, AND BUY. 
Plesch, Honorla. 

RAINBOW'S ADVENTURES. 
Plymouth Division, Chrysler 

Corp/ SEE Chrysler Corp. 

Plymouth Division. 
Poe, Edgar Allan. 

INTRODUCTION AND BERENICE. 
Pohl, Frederick J. 

STARDUST AND THISTLE- 
DOWN. (R) 
Pohl, Wolfgang. 

FOLIES BERGERE. (R) 
Pohlman, Max E. 

PROUD SPINE. 
Pollltt, Josephine. 

STARDUST. AND THISTLE- 
DOWN. (R) 
Ponsot, Miriam Joyce. 

YOGA EXERCISES BY JURGENS. 
Ponti, Raffaele delli. 

ROMANTICISMO. (R) 
Pontlac Motor Division, 

General Motors Corp. SEE 

General Motors Corp. 

Pontlac Motor Division. 
Pontiroll, Erminlo. 

ASSASSINO E' DI SCENA. 

JEANNETTE. 
Popkln, A. P. 

EVENSONG. (R) 
Popplewell, Jack. 

LAST WORD. 
Poquelin, Jean Baptlste. 

DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF. 

IMAGINARY INVALID. 
Porltz, Lily. 

IN PLACE OF LOVE. 
Porter, R. Russell. 

LAND OF PROMISE. 
Porter, Ralph. 

GHOSTS. 
Porter, Russell. SEE 

Porter, R. Russell. 
Potpinko, John Joseph. 

ENCHANTED SEA. 
Potter, Dan S. 

TOUCH OF MARBLE. 
Poverman, Helen. 

EASY MONEY. 
Powell, Pereival Henry. 

HAUNTED YEARS. 

LYDIA. 
Powell, Piers, pseud. SEE 

Powell, Pereival Henry. 
Powers, Don E., pseud. SEE 

OJalvo,, Edmond. 
Powers, William. 

BEFORE I CLIMB. 
Prager (Edward) Advertising 
Agency . 

DRIVING A WELL-BUILT CAR. 

REAL PERSONALITY & OUT- 
STANDING STYLE. 

SMARTEST TRIPLE-PLAY. 

STAR ATHLETE HAS REAL 
CLASS. 

WHEN YOU DRIVE A LOT YOU 
LEARN HOW MUCH COMFORT 
MEANS. 
Prager, Edward Hess. 

DRIVING A WELL-BUILT CAR. 

REAL PERSONALITY & OUT- 
STANDING style; 

SMARTEST TRIPLE- PLAY. 

STAR ATHLETE HAS REAL CLASS. 

WHEN YOU DRIVE A LOT YOU 
LEARN HOW MUCH COMFORT. 
MEANS. 
Pragst, Ernest L. 

THREE MEN IN A TUB. 
Pralle, Robert Thomas. 

BANSHEE SCREAM - ALL'S 
WELL ON THE STAR WATCH. 
Praxy, Raoul. 

AZOR. (R) 
Preses, Peter. 

KITTY UND DIE WELTKON- 
FERENZ . 



(R) 



Ereston, Kerrison. 

PINKIE AND THE FAIRIES 
Previtall, Orlana. 

DOTTOR FAUST. 
Priestley, John Boynton. 

DANGE'ROUS CORNER. (R) 
Prince, Joan L. 

BARTLEBY. 

CLICKETY-CLICK. 

END STOOL. 
Prince, Steve, pseud. SEE 

Prince, William S. 
Prince, William S. 

BARTLEBY. 

CLICKETY-CLICK. 

END STOOL. 
Prince-Joseph, Bruce. 

SUTTON PLACE. 
Prince Hall Grand Amaranth 

Court, Order of the 

Eastern Star. SEE Order 

of the Eastern Star. 

Michigan. Prince Hall 

Grand Amaranth Court. 
Printer, Harold. 

ROOM. 
Prlscllla Music Corp. 

BEHAVIOR. 

GOOD FOR NOTHING. 

IT CAN ALWAYS BE SPRING. 

WONDERFUL LAND OF TO- 
MORROW . 
Prlval, Jean. 

BETTER HEAVEN. 
Prlval, Lucien. 

BETTER HEAVEN. 
Probst, George E. 

DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA. 
Proctor, Robert W. 

DRUNKARD. 
Procter & Gamble Co. Bulk 
Shortening Sales Dept. 

EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK. 
Procunler, Edwin N. 

TWO SIDES OF DARKNESS. 
Production Associates 
Pictures, Inc. 

ST. MIKE. 
Progressive Farmer Co. 

STARLIGHT PATH. 
Prosser, William H. 

TEMPEST TWO. 
Prunler, Arthur. 

AH MEPHISTOPHELE. 
Pryed Productions, In. 

EVENING WITH EMMETT KELLY 
Public Trustee. 

TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD. (R) 
Puffer, Merle. 

CAMPANELLO. 
Puget, Claude Andre, pseud. 

SEE Puget-Mauries-Del- 

goutte, Andre. 
Puget-Mauries-Delgoutte, 
Andre. 

COEUR LEGER. 

ONE, CALLED JUDAS. 
Pulle, Leopoldo. 

BERE AFFOGARE. 
Puppeteers of America. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN 
DWARFS. 
Pure Oil Co. 

MAKE ME USEFUL. 

TIME OF CRISIS. 



Quentln, Pol. 

LONG VOYAGE VERS LA NUIT. 
Quiat, Lillian P. 

EARLY DEPARTURE. 

HENRY JACKSON. 

WEDDING DRESS OF EVA BRAUN. 

YELLOW BICYCLE. 
Quick, Edith M. 

EXTRA ANGEL. 

THREE PINK LEPRECHAUNS. 
Qulnn, M. D. 

THIS IS DANVILLE. 
Quintero, Joaquin Alvarez. 

SEE Alvarez Quintero, 

Joaquin. 



Quintero, Maria Luisa 
Alvarez. SEE Alvarez 
Quintero, Maria Luisa. 

Quintero, Serafln Alvarez. 
SEE Alvarez Quintero, 
Seraf in. 



Racine, Jean. 

FIVE PLAYS. 
Radd, Bill, pseud. SEE 

Radllff, Billle. 
Raddi, Prlmo. 

LEADER. 
Radllff, Blllie. 

ON THE FENCE. 
Raffelock, David. 

WHAT IS A WRITER. 
Ralph, George Wiedmayer. 

WAKE US AND WE DROWN. 
Ralston, Bessie. 

THIS IS YOUR STORY LADY 
TELLING YOU THE LEGEND 
OF THE POPPY AND THE CORN- 
FLOWER. 
Rama Rau, Santha. SEE 

Bowers, Vasanthl Rama Rau. 
Ramloo, Helen L. Clark. 

BAMBOO BOX. (R) 

PAINTS AND PATCHES. (R) 
Ramlo'o, Mrs. William P. SEE 

Ramloo, Helen L. Clark. 
Ramsey, Helen. 

LOLLIPOP LAND. (R) 
Ramsey, Peter, pseud. SEE 

Melancon, Robert. 
Randall Co. 

OLD PHILOSOPHER. 
Random, Darrell. 

RANDOM SCANDALS. 
Randone, Bellsarlo. 

VERONICA E GLI OSPITI. 
Raph, Theodore. 

YOUR CHILD - 1 TO 6. 
Rapoport, Aaron, pseud. SEE 

Rappaport, Aaron B. 
Rappaport, Aaron B. 

DEBORAH THE PROPHETESS. 
Rasch, Raymond. 

WILD IS LOVE. 
Raskin, Edward Alan. 

TENA. 
Rasley, John M. 

STAR OF JOY. 
Rathje, Hans Juergen. 

WHIP. 
Rattray, Brenda. 

FREE FOR ALL. 
Rauso, Alexander. 

BEATVILLE, U.S.A. 
Ravold, John D. 

LITTLE MEN. (R) 
Ray, Maria. 

FROG PRINCE. 

HANSEL AND GRETEL. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN. 

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN 
DWARFS. 
Raymon, Faye. 

SUBURBAN ON THE ROCKS. 
Read*, Dorothy Florence 
Patricia. 

TIME PREDICTED. 
Read, Pat Gilbert. SEE Read, 

Dorothy Florence Patricia. 
Reavln, Sara. 

PATRIOT TOM PAINE. 
Record Advertising Co. 

RENAULT RECORD SCRIPT. 
Reece, Judson B. 

SUMMER EXCURSION. 
Reed, Charles Sumner. 

TIMES ARE CHANGING. 
Relchbach, Eugen. 

MELTING POT. 
Re id, Joyce G. 

GOLDEN SPRING TIME. 
Relsland, Calven Michael. 

BRAVE SERGEANT. 
Reiss (Theaterverlag) A.G. 

FRANK V. 



Renoir, Jean. 

CAROLA. 
Republic Steel Corp. Alloy 
Steel Division. 

STAINLESS STEEL TAILORED 
TO THE JOB. 

SYSTEM . 

THREE MAJOR CLASSES OF 
STAINLESS STEEL. 
Resnik, Muriel. 

HOUSE HAPPY. 
Respighl, Ottorino. 

BELKIS, REGINA DI SABA. (R) 
Revay, Erwin. 

LOST SUBMARINE. 
Reynolds, Dorothy. 

FREE AS AIR. 
Reynolds, Edmond Joseph. 

GALETON'S DRESS. 
Reynolds, Ray August. 

HOLIDAY PARTY. 

TOM COLLINS. 
Rice, Elmer. 

WE THE PEOPLE. (R) 
Rich, Sydney D. 

MCDONALD'S DRIVE-IN JINGLE. 
Richards, Frank. 

BILLY BUNTER'S MYSTERY 
CHRISTMAS. 
Richards, Rick. 

INFORMED SOURCES. 
Richards, Stanley. 

BEST SHORT PLAYS, 
1958-1959. 

GIN AND BITTERNESS. 
Richmond, Arthur. 

CINDERELLA. 
Richmond Television Corpor- 
ation. 

RICHMOND, CSA. 
Rlcordi (G. ) & Co. 

BELKIS, REGINA DI SABA. (R) 

DONNA SERPENTE. (R) 

FAVORITO DEL RE. (R) 

JOSHUA. 

PALLA DE MOZZI. (R) 

PRIZE FIGHT. 

ROMANTICISMO. (R) 
Ricordi, S.A. des Editions. 

SEE Societe Anonyme des 

Editions Ricordi. 
Rie'sz, Helene Scheu-. SEE 

Scheu-Riesz, Helene. 
Riewerts, John P. 

BLUE GHOST. (R) 
Riewerts, M. H. 

BLUE GHOST. (R) 
Riggall, Frank. 

SOME NOTES ON PREVENTING 
SUITS FOR MEDICAL NEGLI- 
GENCE. 
Rlgney, David G. 

PAWNS. 
Riker, Brown & Wellington, 
Inc. 

PRINCESS MARINA. 
Rlkon, Irving. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 

MORE THAN LOVE. 
Rlkon, Washington, pseud. 

SEE Rikon, Irving. 
Rimassa, John McCain. 

DAVID DRAYTON. 
Rinella, Anthony A. 

COME OVER TO OUR HOUSE. 
Ringold, Bud. SEE Ringold, 

Nathaniel B. 
Ringold', Nathaniel B. 

ABSTRACT IN OIL. 

ANNIVERSARY GIFT. 

DRY MARTINI. 

EMPTY NOOSE. 
Ritter, Frederick W. 

YOU CAN'T GO WRONG. 
Roberts, Doreen, pseud. SEE 

Gaudin, Helen M. 
Roberts, Edward Barry. 

PINK ROSE. 
Roberts, John Henry. 

CURTAIN RISES. (R) 
Robertson, Milton. 

BALLAD OF AFFIRMATION. 



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tBS. (R) 










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!AA. (B) 
BI1 v* LflWfl 






mas P. 
MA. (R> 


da. 









Rodeheave: 

. 
MIRACLE AT D 

- CASA 8L 
Roeca, Sar 

ST. MIKE. 
Roederer, Loul? 

VENEFICE: THE QUEEN OP 
3R. 
Roltman, P I 

REFUGEE . 
m, Volf. 

REF" 
Roltman, Wolf. SEE 

RoJ-tman, 
Roland, Suzanne, see 

airaudoux, Suzanne Roland. 
Roll, Mlno, pseud. SEE 

Pontlroll, Emlnlo. 
Roman (J. Dayner) * Ass: 
a tea. 

THOUGHT POR THE DAY. 
Romero, Federlco. SEE 

Romero Sarachaga, Pederlco. 
Romero Sarachaga, Federlco. 

LUISA PERNANDA. (R) 
Romlhe, Harold. 

COLLEOE SCHOLARSHIP 
CONTEST . 
Honda, Martin, pseud. SEE 

Centeno, Augusto. 
Roos, Charles. 

SOUTH IN SONORA. (R) 
Roos, Juanlta. 

SOUTH IN SONORA. (R) 
Roosevelt, James. 

GENTLEMAN PROM . 

Rosano, Sebastian. 

QUINDUNO. 
Rose, Edward E. 

BLARNEY STONE. (R) 

IRISH EYES. (R) 

MAYTIME IN ERIN. (R) 
Rose, Helen. 

LET'S LAUGH. 
Rose, Ruth. 

BLARNEY STONE. (R) 

IRISH EYES. (R) 

MAYTIME IN ERIN. (R) 
Rose, Turner. 

MARKED POR REST. (R) 
Rosen, Dorothea. 

WE ARE NOT STRANGERS. 
Rosen, Isidore. 

WE ARE NOT STRANGERS. 
Rosenberg, Ann. 

VICTIMS. 
Rosencrans, Leo S. 

LETTER TO MOSCOW. 
Ross, Arthur Albert. 

BUT WHAT HAVE YOU DONE 
POR ME LATELY. 
Ross, Harold. 

NIGHT OP THE KEY. 
Rossato, Arturo. 

PAVORITO DEL RE. (R) 

ROMANTICISMO. (R) 
Rossato, Laura. 

PAVORITO DEL RE. (R) 

ROMANTICISMO. (R) 



inn. 

PREITAG, DER DREIZEHNTE. 
Ros- :-.d. 
JCR. 

BTTB. 

ROX 

. 

LAND OP TOMORROW. 

Rotr. -ne. 

- 

. 

N DES LEBENS. 
Roubal, Joseph H. 

NAME GAME. 
Rouse, W. : . 
ILIAD. 

. 
ABELARD. (R) 

EE Rowan, 
Ir« - 

es C. 

5P RUBBER TO 

WOMEN. 
Rowe, Margaret Jaques. 
IT GETS YOU. (R) 

.ton. 
CRIMINAL. (R) 
Royle, Josephine Petter. 
CRIMINAL. (R) 
, Selana. 
:nal. (r) 

Rozc. . 

SUNDAY IN MOSCOW. 
Rubt 

RIA. 

WHIP. 
Ruben, Jose. 

BLIND HEART. 
Rubensteln, Sholom. 

DOCUMENT OP A DREAM. 
Rubin, 

RIDDLE ME THIS. (R) 
Rubin, Sol. 

POOTPRINTS AND MEMORIES. 
Rubulotta, Attl 

DREK. (R) 
Ruby, Harry. 

'■3D ICE (GRASS- 
HOPPERS) (R) 
Rudd, . 

INTERPRETER. 
Rugglerl, Luclantonlo. 

RINASCITA E MORTE DI 
LAZZAHO. ' 

Rulller, Gaston. 

RELIGIEUSE. 
Rumsey, Jc 

MARSHALL CASE. 
Runyon, Bryce F., Jr. 

THREE TO MAKE READY. 
Russell, Hazel H. 

LAST DELUGE. 
Rutenbom, Guenter. 

SION OP JONAH. 
Ruthenburg, Grace Dorcas. 

TALKING CHAIR. (R) 

TREE INCLINED. (R) 
Ryan, Florence. 

AVRIL. (R) 

BANQUE NEMO. (R) 

EVENEMENTS DE BEOTIE. (R) 

FEMME RAVIE. (R) 

MONSIEUR FLOCHE. (R) 
Ryerson, Florence. 

GAME OF CHANCE. 
Ryplnskl, J., pseud. SEE 

Mullln, Juliette H. 
Rysklnd, Morris. 

PARDON MY ENGLISH. (R) 



SPD Productions, Inc. 

TENTH MAN. 
Saavedra, Miguel de Cervantes. 

SEE Cervantes Saavedra, 

Miguel de. 



Sabath, Bernard. 

HAPPY LUCK OF MRS. TRELLIS. 

MOONLIGHT OASIS. 
Sackett, JoAnn. 

ALWAYS WEAR A HAT. 
Sackvi:i«- 

EDWARDIANS. 
Sadler, J. M. 

COAST OP COROMANDEL. 
Sadler, Ruth F. 

WITNESS POR THE DEFENSE. 
Sadove, Max S. 

MANAGEMENT OF THE IN- 
SOMNIAC. 
Safronov, A. 

MILLION POR A SMILE. 
Sagan, Francolse, pseud. 

SEE Schoeller, Francolse. 
Saint Oermaln Press, 

CORRESPONDING TO THE 
RECORDED DECREES. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE 
RECORDED DICTATION. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE 
RECORDED INVOCATION. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE 
RECORDED SCRIPT. 

CORRESPONDING WITH THE 
RECORDED INVOCATION. 
Salnt-Plerre, v 

ECRIVAINS. 
Salabert Jt Cle, Editions. 

AS DE LA BELOTTE. (R) 

AU SINGE TRICOLORE. (R) 

PILLEULE DU MARECHAL. (R) 

FLAIR DE DETECTIVE. (R) 
'ORE CHAMPION. (R) 

MEDIUM RIGOLO. (R) 

MONSIEUR PLANELLE. (R) 

PETITE FEMME, D'ACTIONS. (R) 
Salacrou, Armand. 

BOULEVARD DURAND. 
Salamo, Michael J. 

LADY PROM THE SEA. 
Salamon, Otto. 

PARALLEL SHADOWS. 
Sal lee, Sally Frey. 

STORY OP JOSEPH. 

STORY OP MOSES. 
Salomon, Georges. 

COTE D'AZUR. (R) 

PLEUR D'ORANGER. (R) 

MIMI PANDORE. (R) 
Salomon, Oermalne Klop. 

COTE D'AZUR. (R) 

FLEUR D'ORANGER. (R) 

MIMI PANDORE. (R) 
Saltzman, Albert. 

LEANINO OUT YOUR WINDOW. 
Sammls, Edward R. 

PROSPECT FROM THEIR DOOR. 
Samuelson, Morris Laurence. 

STAOE DOOR. (R) 
Sanchez, Ellsa Bentabol. SEE 

Bentabol Sanchez, Ellsa. 
Sandberg (Per) Edition, 
Buhnenverlag O.M.B.H. 

LIEBE IN TIROL. 
Sandor, Xenea Kanellos. 

PROMETHEUS. 
Sanford, John. 

LAND THAT TOUCHES MINE. 
Sartre, Jean-Paul. 

SEQUESTRES D'ALTONA. 
Satterlee, John F. 

FEW DIE VALIANTLY. 
Sauls, Glen. 

SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS. 
Saunders, Kralg. SEE 

Saunders, William Kralg. 
Saunders, William Kralg. 

AH MEPHISTOPHELE . 
Sauvajon, Marc Gilbert, 

pseud. SEE Sauvajon, 

Marc Henri. 
Sauvajon, Marc Henri. 

ALL IN THE FAMILY. 

VELO DEVANT LA PORTE. 
Savagnone, Giuseppe. 

PALLA DE MOZZI. (R) 
Savramls, Nltsa. 

OVER THE HILLS. 



Sawyer, Robert Earl. 

BREADWINNER. 
Schao: 

BALLAD OF AFFIRMATION. 
Schaefer, Mary P. 

SOCIO-DRAMA ON ROLE OF 
WOMEN. 
Schae:' ha Stumpf. 

CHRISTMAS IN OLD LEHIGH. 
Schanzer, Olga. 

TEUFELSREITER. (R) 
Schanzer, Rudolph. 

TEUFELSREITER. (r) 
Scharper, Philip. 

IN THIS SIGN, 
illy. 

IN THIS SION. 
Schehade, Georges. 

VIOLETTES. 
Scheu-Rlesz, Helene. 

RATTENFAENGER VON 
HAMELN. (R) 
Schiller, Friedrlch von. 

DON CARLOS, INFANTE OF 
SPAIN. 
Schiller, Johann Chrlstoph 
Prledrieh von. 

MARY STUART. 
Schlosser, Hans Muller. SEE 

Muller-Schlossen, Hans. 
SchlosB, Herbert A. 

OUR POSITION CONCERNING THE 
CONSTITUTION. 

SPIRIT OF THE BENCHES. 
Schneider, Eric J. 

AUTO-COLLIMATOR. 
Schneider, Maurice. 

DEUCES ARE WILD. 
Schneider, Will, pseud. SEE 

Schneider, Maurice. 
Schneler, Monroe. 

BIG HOLE INSIDE. 
Schoeller, Francolse. 

CHATEAU EN SUEDE. 
Schor, Warren. 

THREE WEEK TRAGEDY. 
Schott, Manfred. 

LOLOTTE. 
Schott 's (b.) Sohne. 

BATTAGLIA. 

PRINZ VON HOMBURG. 
Schreker, Franz. 

SCHMIED VON GENT. (R) 
Schreker, Maria. 

SCHMIED VON GENT. (R) 
Schroeder, John Edward. 

LATE DATE. 

THAT'S LIFE. 

TWO FOR VENUE. 
Schulman, Arnold. 

LADY ON THE ROCK. 
Schulz-Leitzmann, Leonhard. 

ELLNUS. 
Schwab, Laurence. 

GOOD NEWS. (R) 
Schwab, Laurence, Jr. 

RISE 'N' SHINE. (R) 
Schwab, Mildred. 

GOOD NEWS. (R) 
Schwabach, Kurt. 

GLUCKLICHE REISE. (R) 
Schwabacher, Henri Simon. 

JEANNE. (R) 
Schwabacher, Marguerite 
Llebaum. 

JEANNE. (R) 
Schwall, Janet M. 

AND SPEAK OF SPRING. 
Schwartz, Arthur. 

FLYING COLORS. (R) 

THREE CORNERED HAT. (R) 

WAY THE BALL BOUNCES. 
Schwartz, David R. 

BOBO. 
Scott, Allan. 

GOODBYE AGAIN. (R) 
Scott, Allan Max. 

FROM WORLD TO WORLD. 
Scott, Christine E. 

FINGER IN THE PIE. 
Scott, Joseph, pseud. SEE 

Kirland, Joseph. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



Tan-Tune 



Scott, Sir Walter. 

LUCIA DI LAMMERM00R. 
Scott, William Edward. 

PROFILES OP EIGHT. 
Scrymgeour, John 0. 

BOOR. 
Seca, Joaquin Munoz. SEE 

Munoz Seca, Joaquin. 
Seca, Pedro Munoz. SEE 

Munoz Seca, Pedro. 
Security First National 
Bank of Los Angeles. 

SOUTH IN S0N0RA. (R) 
Serf, Manuel. 

ONLY HUMAN. 
Segal, Erich W. 

BE SHARP. 

INQUISITION, ANYONE. 

STORY CONFERENCE. 
Selger, Marvin. 

BEG, BORROW OR STEAL. 
Selps, Phyllis A. 

CLOSE TO HEAVEN. (R) 
Seltz, Hermann. 

FREIHEIT FUR FLANDERN. 
Selby, Dennis. 

DARLINGS OF THE GODS. 

WIT TO WOO. 
Seltzer (Leo) Associates, Inc. 

TO SMOKE OR NOT TO SMOKE. 
Serpe, Orcela, pseud. SEE 

Selps, Phyllis A. 
Sevllla, Luis Fernandez de. 

SEE Fernandez de Sevllla, 

Luis. 
Shakespeare, William. 

KINGS & CLOWNS. 

MEASURE FOR PLEASURE. 

WOODLAND DREAMS. 
Shannon, James D. 

LET'S PULL OURSELVES 
TOGETHER. 
Shannon, Mary C. 

FLIKKER, THE FIREWATCHER. 

MR. MOON, OUR NIGHT 
WATCHMAN. 
Shaver, Duane E. 

NARCISSUS. 
Shaw, George Bernard. 

DON JUAN IN HELL. 

GROSSE KATHARINA. (R) 

MERELY MAN. 

TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD. (R) 
Shaw, Gulllermo Fernandez. 

SEE Fernandez Shaw, 

Gulllermo. 
Shaw, Joy Reese. 

CLASSIFIED: THE GREAT 
GAMBLER. 
Shaw, Sam. 

BED IN EVERY ROOM. 
Shay, Michael. 

VLACKE-BOSCHE. 
Sheehy, Donald Fabian. 

THIS NATION UNDER GOD. 
Sheklow, Edna. 

PLANT. 
Sheldene, Wm., pseud. SEE 

Shelmerdene, William H., Jr. 
Shelly, Maynard. 

WE ARE PILGRIMS. 
Shelmerdene, Mary Plnney. 

COME MY MARINERS. 

HAD YOU DESPISED ME. 
Shelmerdene, William H., Jr. 

COME MY MARINERS. 

HAD YOU DESPISED ME. 
She 1 ton, Raymond Llndy. 

PRACTICAL APPROACH TO 
SPEECH IMPROVEMENT. 
Shepard, Bert L. 

LUCKY' S NUMBER. 
Shephard, Esther. 

BUTTERFLY SAGE AND THE 
LADY WITH THE FAN. 
Sheppard, Edna Muller. 

FOUR PATHS TO BETHLEHEM. 
Sherar, Marguerite Frances. 

MIRANDA ATTENDS AN 1 OPERA. 
Sheridan, Richard Brlnsley. 

REHEARSAL. 
Sheridan, Verne E. SEE Dey, 

Verne E. Sheridan. 



Sherman, Charles. 
FLYING COLORS. (R) 

TONIGHT WE LAUGH. 
Sherman, Claire M. Vusler. 

YOUR CALL GIRL. 
Sherman, Robert J. 

SPOOKS. (R) 
Sherman Music Co. 

OFTEN BROKE, BUT NEVER 
POOR. 

WHY DADDY. 
Sherwood, Robert Emmet. 

ACROPOLIS. (Rj 

AFTERGLOW. (R) 

QUEEN'S HUSBAND. (R) 
Sherwood, Madeline H. 

ACROPOLIS. (R) 

AFTERGLOW. (R) 

QUEEN'S HUSBAND. (R) 
Shlpman, Louis. 

MIGHTY WEAK. (R) 

UNWRITTEN CHAPTER. (R) 
Shlpman, Samuel. 

MIGHTY WEAK. (R) 

UNWRITTEN CHAPTER. (R) 
Shomaker, Gordon. 

MARRIAGE BUREAU. 
Short, William Edison. 

SKY COP. 
Shubert, John J. 

SHOW BUSINESS. (R) 
Shyre, Paul. 

U."S. A. 
Slegel, Maxwell Edward. 

INSIDE. ' 

WORLD OF DONALD. 
Slfton, Paul. 

RIVIERA BLUE. (R) 
Sllberston, Martin. 

AMERICAN JEWISH INCIDENT. 
Slmlster, Florence Parker. 

STREETS OF THE CITY. 
Simon, Alfred J. 

CAROLINA, HERE I COME. 

DAY ADVERTISING ENDED. 
Simon, E. 

RATTENFAENGER VON 
HAMELN. (R) 
Simon, Peggy. 

ABSOLUTELY TIME. 
Simon, Robert A. 

LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR. 
Slmonds, George A. 

THAT GIRL POLITICIAN. 
Simpson, Fredrick Douglas. 

ANN STRICKLAND. 
Simpson, .Frederick Douglass. 

BARBARAVILLE. 
Sinclair, Lister. 

DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA. 
Sinclair, Upton. 

CICERO. 
Singe, John Mlllington. 

WELL OF THE SAINTS. (R) 
Singer, Thurlene Perkins. 

MESSAGE OP A SONG. 
Slpherd, Raymond D. 

MANDY . 
Slrcom, Arthur. 

LIVING IMAGE. 
Slrota, Irwin. 

SEEDS OP DESPAIR. 
Slsco, Jeanne. 

JIGSAW. 
Slsson, Rosemary Anne. 

FEAR CAME TO SUPPER. 

SPLENDID OUTCASTS. 
Slzer, Leonard M. 

GRAPH. 
Sjoberg, Lelf. 

SHADOWS ON THE WALL. 
Skinner, Cornelia Otis. 

COEUR LEGER. 
Sklar, George. 

PEACE ON EARTH. (R) 
Skolnick, Zan. 

MIRACLE FOR MRS. MONCARTTI. 
Skolnlk, Merrill I. 

SURVEY OF RADAR DEVELOP- 
MENTS. 
Slade, Christine Jope-. SEE 

Clark, Christine Jope- 

Slade. 



Slade, Julian. 

FREE AS AIR. 
Slatner, Eve. 

OUTSIDE THE DOOR. 
Slawson, Robert E. 

TAKE A NUMBER. 
Sleight, Charles Lee. 

PRINCE OF THE PIN ELVES. 
Sloan, H. Joshua. 

ETCETERAISM. 
Sloan, Robert Tarlton. 

HALF BRIGHT SCHOLAR. 
Sloan-Koop, Mary Jane. 

LISTEN WITH FUN. 
Slocumb, Paul. 

BEST SHORT PLAYS, 1958- 
1959. 
Slon, Sidney. 

CORPSE HAD FOUR FEET. 

LUCKY PIERRE. 
Slote, Alfred. 

WITH ANTHONY IN EGYPT. 
Smith, Dodle G. 

AUTUMN CROCUS. (R) 
Smith, Ernest W. 

DRUNKARD. 
Smith, Frederick Theodore. 

ALOHA HAWAII. 
Smith, Frederick W. 

THEATRE PARTY. 
Smith, Harold W. 

KEYBOARDS AND CROWNS. 
Smith, Kerry, pseud. SEE 

Smith, Frederick W. 
Smith, Mllburn David, Jr. 

NOT FAR FROM THE TREE. 
Smith, Ruth Amelia. 

LITTLE DISCIPLE. (R) 
Smith, W. H. 

DRUNKARD. 
Snyder, Harvey L. 

HELLUVA PLACE. 
Societe Anonyme des Editions 
Rlcordl. 

RASPUTIN'S END. 
Socsal, Sondl, pseud. SEE 

Vadhana, Sodsal VanlJ. 
Sokoloff, Ivan. 

SON IS BORN. 
Solovleva, Gala. 

MILLION FOR A SMILE. 
Solovleva, Gala, pseud. SEE 

Barbisan, Gala. 
Somerfeld, Robert. 

SKY RIDE. 
Sondhelm, Stephen. 

GYPSY. 
Soos Erblt, Alive de. SEE 

Erblt, Alice de Soos. 
Sotel, Phillip Klrban. 

AVE NAVE. 

TOM. 
Soulos, Steven. 

OLD PHILOSOPHER. 
Southern, Frank. 

PSYCHOLOGY OF SUPERVISION. 
Southgate, Howard. 

PROUD TOWER. 
Spagnola, Mary Eunice. 

CATHERINE LABOURE AND THE 
MIRACULOUS MEDAL. 
Spamer, Clarlbel. 

EASY SCIENCE PLAYS FOR 
GRADE SCHOOL. 

EASY SKETCHES OF FAMOUS 
MEN. 

EASY SKETCHES OP FAMOUS 
WOMEN. 
Speer, George A. 

THREE WISHES. 
Spelce, Doris K. Lee. 

CASEY JONES. 
Spence, Wall. 

SPEAK FOR YOURSELF, 
JOAN. (R) 
Spencer-Welch, Sylvia. 

RATTENFAENGER VON 
HAMELN. (R) 
Spender, Stephen. 

RASPUTIN'S END. 
Spiess, Eric. 

BATTAGLIA. 
Splra, Frederick. 

CALL OF THE BLOOD. 



Springer, Abraham Leon. 

CONTINENTAL TOUCH. 
Standard Oil Co. 

CHRIS BROWN GETS THE 
ANSWER. 

PREMIER PERFORMANCE. 
Stanton, Louis. 

GAUCHO . 
Staroba, Frank Joseph, III. 

BACKWATER,., 
Stasey, John S. 

SCRAPBOOK. 
Steel SerVice Center Insti- 
tute. 

GIVE US THIS DAY. 
Stefani, Alessandro de. 

DELITTO PIU' DELITTO. 

PORTAVA LA MASCHERA. 
Steffen, Gustave W. 

MARY'S ANKLE. (R) 
Stefko, Adjoran. 

DIARY OF A SALES COMMISSION 
AGENT AND AUCTIONEER. 
Steinhardt, Herschel Samuel. 

BEFORE THE MORNING. 
Stephens, Lilliam Mary. 

WELL OF THE SAINTS. (R) 
Sterk, Wllhelm. 

TANGO UM MITTERNACHT. (R) 
Stern, Hal. 

FAMILY. , , 

WAYWARD BROTHERS. 
Stern, Marilyn. 

PERFECT MATE. 
Stern, Saul. 

PERFECT MATE. 
Sternheim, Carl. 

UNDERPANTS. 
Steuer, Eliot. 

OFF THE AIR. (R) 
Stevens, Margaret Donald. 

SEVENTH PLANET. 
Stewart, Charles. 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR. 

WHAT IS AN INDIAN. 
Stiefel, Irving. 

DARK-HAIRED BOY. 
Stillman, Mary S. 

ACROPOLIS. (R) 

AFTERGLOW. (R) 
Stlllpa'ss, Leo J. 

TREE IN YOUR LIFE. 
Stllwell, Helen R. 

MAID IN JAPAN. (R) 
Stirling, Nora. 

EYE OF THE HURRICANE. 

GREEN BLACKBOARD. 
Stock, LIbrairle. 

THEATRE . 
Stockham, Linda Juanita. 

GLORY IN A SHALLOW CUP. 
Stockton, Frank R. 

GRIFFIN AND THE MINOR 
CANNON. 
Stokes, Frances Kemble Wlster. 

OWEN WISTER GOES WEST. 
Stokes, Sewell. 

BRITANNIA OF BILLINGS- 
GATE. (R) 
Stolz, Robert. 

KITTY UND DIE WELTKONFER- 
ENZ. 

VENUS IN SEIDE. (R) 
Stone, John Alexander. 

CHORUS GIRL. 
Stone, Martin, pseud. SEE 

Sllberston, Martin. 
Stonlck, Joseph L. 

HEARKEN, UNCLE TOM. 
Stoppelman, Michael. 

PARALLEL SHADOWS. 
Storm, Barry. 

CALIFORNIA GOLD. 
Storrs, Olive R. 

DON ALONSO'S TREASURE. (R) 
Stoutenburgh, Anne. 

ADIN, ADIN. 

WILD SWANS. 
Stowe, Harriet Beecher. 

HEARKEN, UNCLE TOM. 
Strain, Jane. 

HOMEMAKING IN REVIEW. 
Stranack, John Seath. 

SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS. 



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NAME INDEX 



61 



- 
ARAri: - 

; : 

. 

-HI. 

•. Shepard. 

• Edward. 

Sugg, 

NEXT 
Sugg, U 

res: 

.- Arthur Seymour. 
IOLANTHI. 

: 

Lehman. 
CHRIST*/ 

COMMENCEMENT IS HERE. 
[RISTMAS. 
Suranerlln, Leila. 

AIR YOUR : 
Sunnvy-Blrchard Pub. Co. 
- (R) 
•_E3END 0? THE MOAT. (R) 
Supervlelle, Jules. 

3ELLE AU 30IS. (R) 
Susac, Andrew. 
COCOON. 

, Donald. 
SISTER, MY SPOUSE. 
Swain, Robert H. 

DRIFTWOOD. 
Swallow, William W. 

CHRISTMAS IN OLD LEHIGH. 
Sweeney R. 

BORIS* AND THE 3RIEPCASE. 
TRUE BLUE AND TRUSTED. 
Swift I 

PROJECTING PROGRES.' 
THE SIZZLING SIXTIES. 
Sydorlck, Thomas. 
WA-KI-CON-ZA. 

.-ton, Donald Lelth. 
T CANVASSING SKITS. 
Szabolcsl, Benedlkt. 

SPINNSTUBE. 
Szogyi, Alex W. 
fOHOV. 
SEA 3ULL. 



Taggart, Wllllao ?. 

IMAGINARIA. 

THIS IS DANVILLE. 
Talarieo, Ezlo. 

SUCCESS OP FAILURE. 
Tali -.'., . C . 

CABINET MINISTER'S FIRE- 
SIDE. (R) 

MURDER IN THE FOYER. (R) 
Tallon, Robert. 

QUIET SUNDAY. 
Tanzl, Gastone. 

TERRORE NELL' ISOLA VERDE. 
Tardleu, Jean. 

POEMES A JOUER. 
Tarkington, Booth. SEE 

Tarkington, Newton Booth. 
Tarkington, Newton Booth. 

MAUD AND COUSIN BILL. (R) 
Tarklngton, Susanah K. 

MAUD AND COUSIN BILL. (R) 
Tarr, Yvonne . 

SEPTRA" BLTZBIAP.D. 



Tarver, John Ben. 

ARI 
Taub, Mrs. Daniel V. SEE 
. 
• le Jean C 
SOUND OP T 
Taylor, Jules 5. 

M'SIEUR BOBO OF PARIS. 
:>r, Katharine Havll. 
lavlland-Ti 
Kath 

. Lee De Dette. 
STUMBLING IN DREAMS. (R) 

E IBR. 

. 
- 3ELS REUPHOLSTERY 
COM 

. 
RET 

E. (R) 

AUDITION MOUVEMENTEE. (R) 
Terra, Luis Novas, pseud. 

SEE Neuleander, Luis. 
Terraasault, No: 

DON JUAN IN KE 
Tetei : la. 

. 
Tetewsky, Helene. 

- STREET. 
Tetewsity, Hymaxi. 

L STREET. 
Thany, Emery B., pseud. SEE 

Tlhs: 
Thlbault, Jacques Anatole. 

MARY MAGE 
Thomas, Jessie. SEE Air.l 

Jessie Thomas. 
Thomas, Ror 

PIEGE POUR UN HOMME SEUL. 
Thompson, Davl 

HUBBARD. 
Thompson, Neva Portenberry. 

NATCHEZ Si 
Thompson, Virginia A. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN- -GREAT OP 
MEN. 

THREE A: . . 

TIDE OP FURY. 
Thomson, Norman Earl. 

SKY CO?. 
Thome, David. 

DORIAN GRAY. (R) 

1ALLERY OP MEN. (R) 
Thornhlll, Alan Edward 
Carlos. 

JOHN RIFPE STORY. 
Thuna, Leonora. 

AMERICAN E 
Thurber, James. 

FABLES FOR OUR TIME. 
Thur3ton, E. Temple. 

CHARMEUSE. (R) 
Thurston, Emily P. Temple. 

CHARMEUSE. (R) 
Tlchenor, Harold W. 

NICOPOLIS. (R) 
Tleck, Johann Ludwlg. 

WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN. 
Tleger, Rudae R. 

PERCEPTIBLE PILLARS. 
Tlhanyl, Imre. 

DIGNITY OF MAN. 
Tillman, Barbara Ann. 

WHAT WOULD JESUS SAY. 
Time, Inc. 

REVOLUTION OF EXPECTATIONS. 
Tobias, Jay. 

MARY'S BIO LAMB. 

TUNE IN ON TERROR. 
Tocquevllle, Alexis de. 

DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA. 
Toland, Alexandra D. 

WHAT PRICE HORSES. 
Tolle, Gerald F., Jr. 

LAPPING LIGHT. 
Torn, Jesse. 

TRANSISTORS AND ROSES. 
Torre, Lillian de la, pseud. 

SEE MoCue, Lillian Bueno. 
Tosattl, Vlerl. 

PRIZE FIGHT. 



Total Television Products, 

Inc. 

HUNTER. 

KING AND ODIE. 

TOONERVILLE. 

- : R. 

ACADEMIC LIFE. 
Towers, Barbara A. 

REAL OR PERSONAL. 
Trachten'burg, Mark. 

'ELSBRATION. 
Tranter, Minnie M. 

BOOKBINDER. 
Trantow, Herbert. 

LOLOTTE. 
Trappe, Sandy, pseud. 

GREAT INTERNATIONAL GOLF 
TOURNAMENT. 
Trebltsch, Siegfried. 

GROSSE KATHARINA. (R) 
Trebor, Haynes. 

■DVENTURES OF 
WIFFLES AND FELISA. (R) 
Tre lawny, Robert S. 

EPILOGUE ISLAND. 
Tremblay, Avlla Jack, Jr. 

DOUBLE CONPLICT. 
Trent, George D. 

HAPPY HOUR. 
Trl-Color Productions. 

CORPSE HAD POUR FEET. 

LUCKY PIERRE. 
Trlcou, Clifford A. 

PLAY KING ON THE MOUNTAIN. 
Trigg, Norman Frederick. 

AUTOMATON. 
Trlvers, Barry. 

CHILDREN OF JAZZ. (R) 
Trojan Reupholstery Co., Inc. 

OIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY 
COMMERCIAL. 
Trout, Robert. 

THAT'S THE TICKET. 
Trower, Luray. 

ACHIEVEMENT, THROUOH 
PRAYER AND FAITH. 
Tucker, Spencer A. 

HOW TO USE BREAK-EVEN DATA 
FOR DECISION-MAKING. 

SYSTEM FOR EFFECTIVE 
MANAGERIAL CONTROL OF 
MANUFACTURING . 
Tuebben, Walter B. 

PRINZ VON HOMBURO. 
Tullls, John. 

WILHELMI: . 
Tully, Charles Fred. 

TWO WITNESSES. 
Tully, May. 

MARY'S ANKLE. (R) 
Tumah, Marl, pseud. SEE 

Johnson, Dorothy Z. 
Turk, Leonard. 

MATTER OF IMPORTANCE. 
Turner, Lenore. 

INSIDE STORY. 
Tute, Warren. 

JESSICA. 
Twltchell, Theodore Grant. 

LOST ON DREAM STREET. 
Tynan, Kenneth. 

CONNECTION . 



U 

Uhr, William. 

LUCKY AUTO LICENSE 
PROGRAM. 
Uncle William, pseud. SEE 

Moore, William. 
Ungar (Frederick) Pub. Co 

DON CARLOS, INFANTE OF 
SPAIN. 
Ungai;, Harry F. 

MERRIE OLDE NEW ENGLAND. 
Ungar, Many a S. 

MERRIE OLDE NEW ENGLAND. 
Ungar, Skip. SEE Ungar, 

Harry F. 
Union of American Hebrew 
Congregations . 

MIRACLE FOR CHANUKO. 



TONGUES IN TREES. 

TREE IN YOUR LIFE. 
United Attractions, Inc. 

GIVE US THIS DAY. 
United Church of Christ (pro- 
posed ) SEE 

Congregational Christian 
Churches. 

Evangelical 8= Reformed 
Church. 
United Presbyterian Church 
in the U.S.A. 

BUILDING OF A CHURCH. 

RING THE JUBILEE. 
United Presbyterian Church of 
North Ame r 

BUILDING OF A CHURCH. 
United States Steel Corp. 

HOW TO WELD T-l STEEL. 
Universal Edition, A. 

CHIRURGIE UND LIEBE. 

MADAME L'ARCHIDUC. 

SPINNSTUBE. 
Upham, Thomas Carlton, 

MULTITUDE. 



Vacho, Pierre George. 

CAESAR AND THE GAUL. 
Vada, Lou. 

STRICTLY LEGIT. 
Vadhana, Sodsal VanlJ. 

YANKEE, DON'T GO HOME. 
Vadnal, Laszlo. 

TANGO UM MITTERNACHT. ,(R) 
Valiant Division, Chrysler 

Corp. SEE Chrysler Corp. 

Valiant Division. 
Valjean, Dennis, pseud. SEE 

Zimmerman, Dennis R. 
Vallejo, Antonio Buero. SEE 

Buero Vallejo, Antonio. 
Van Alstyn, Anson. SEE Van 

Alstyne, Egbert Anson. 
Van Alstyne, Edbert Anson. 

I LOVE YOUR WIFE. (R) 
Van Alstyne, Ruth. 

I LOVE YOUR WIFE. (R) 
Vance, Patricia. 

CURSE. 

SOMEDAY. 
Vanderbllt, Gloria. 

CINAMEE. 

THREE BY TWO. 
Van Der Veer, Ethel. 

BEAUTY SHOPPE. (R) 

SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT. (R) 
Van Druten, John William. 

THERE'S ALWAYS JULIET. (R) 
Van Hearn, Jan. 

ETERNAL SUMMER. 
VanlJ Vadhana, Sodsai. SEE 

Vadhana, Sodsal VanlJ.' 
Van Llmburgh, Elizabeth. 

BEAUTY SHOPPE. (R) 

SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT. (R) 
Van Loween, Jan. 

PERICHOLE. (R) 
Van Sickle, Raymond. 

CAME THE DAWN. (R) 
Van Vooren, Mary Ann. 

SHOE BUTTON EYES. 
Vargas, Rhoda. 

GOLDEN RULE. 
Vaught, Jud'son. 

PURPLE PEOPLES PALACE. 
Vauthler, Jean. 

REVEUR. 
Vecchlo, Thomas Del. SEE 

Del Vecchlo, Thomas. 
Velle, Louis. 

MOUSSELINE. 
Vengrove, Steve. 

EVENING WITH EMMETT KELLY. 
Verber, Serge. 

MADAME, JE VOUS AIME. 
Verdi, Giuseppe. 

A ID A. 

LOIS ALBRIGHT PRESENTS 
LILLIPUTIAN OPERA MINIA- 
TURES IN LA TRAVIATA - 
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Jan.-June 



Veretti, Antonio. 

PAVORITO DEL RE. (R) 
Verity, Elma. 

ACROSS THE LAWN. 
Verna, Anthony. 

TONY VERJJA AND P. T. BEAU- 
MONT PRESENT THE COLONIAL 
SPY. 

TONY VERNA PRESENTS THE 
JOEY BISHOP SHOW. 
Vernelul, Louis, pseud. SEE 

Collin, Louis Jacques 

Marie. 
Verve Records, Inc. 

WONDERFUL WORLD OF JONA- 
THAN WINTERS. 
Vlala, Akakla. 

VOLEUR DE BLUES. 
Vlan, Boris. 

BATISSEURS D' EMPIRE. 
Vlan, Mme., Boris. 

BATISSEURS D' EMPIRE. 
Vlckers Music Co. 

BEG, BORROW OR STEAL. 
Victor, Victor. 

TRIAL OF JOHNNY JEHOVAH. (Rl 

UNWRITTEN CHAPTER. (R) 
Vldeoways, Inc. ' 

TEEN STARS AND STRIKES. 
Vllmorln, Louise de. 

MADAME DE . . . 
Vincent, Allen. 

SPLIT SECOND. 
Viola, Cesare Glullo. 

VENERDI' SANTO. 
Viola, Frank. 

FRENCH CHECKERS. 

JOSHUA TREE. 
Viscount Films, Inc. 

GIRL ON DEATH ROW. 
Vision Music Corp. 

ANYONE FOR PRESIDENT. 

UNEQUAL TIME. 
Vivid Pub. Co., Inc. 

INSIDE SHELLEY BERMAN. 

OUTSIDE SHELLEY BERMAN. 
Vllet, Russell G. 

ROCKSPRING. 
Voelpel, Jack C. 

BUT MAN IS A MAN OF PEACE. 
Von Abele, Rudolph. 

WOYZECK. 
Von Klemm, Victor. 

INTO THE WILDERNESS. 
Vornholt, Roger. 

GOODTIME CHARLES. 
Voss, Louis Alfred. 

PENDULUM. 
Vu, Claire, pseud. SEE 

Sherman, Claire M. Vusler. 



v, 



. Gilbert. 

FRIEND OF EDITH'S. 
Waldorf, L. Douglas. 

DRUMS ACROSS THE WATER. 
Waldron, Gyneth M. 

MOUNTAIN MAN, I. 
Wallgurskl, Carolyn More- 
house. 

HURLEY CANTATA. 
Walker (Hiram) Inc. 

KEEP YOUR EYE ON TOMORROW. 
Walker, John Mlzell. 

BLACK CIGAR. 
Walker, Mark Orrin. 

CHARADE . 
Wall, Edward. 

BREAD AND MEAT AND CASH 
VALUES . 
Wallace, Edgar. 

CASE OF THE FRIGHTENED 
., LADY. (R) 
Wallace, Irving. 
" PANTHEON. 
Wallace, Norman C. 

RUBY RED FOR DEATH. 
Wallersteln, James S. 

OVER THE HILLS. 
Walpole, Hugh. 

SONG OF THE COW. (R) 



Walsh, Mildred Schwab. 

RISE '»' SHINE. (R) 
Walter, Eugene. 

DREAMERS. 
Walther, Richard. 

GISELA. 
Ward, Bryan Michael William 
Thomas. 

MATCHES ARE NOT FOR 
CHILDREN. 
Ward, James Theodore. 

BLACK WIZZARD OF THE KEY- 
BOARD. 
Ward (Montgomery) & Co. 
'A' LINE'S BIGGEST GUN. 

BIT TICKET TIPS FOR BIG 
TICKET OPERATORS. 
Ward (Montgomery) & Co. 
Training Dept. 

BY THE WAY. 

GOLDEN MAGIC OF CHARGE IT. 

PIECE OF MY MIND. 

PLAN TO PROMOTE. 

SHOW AND SELL,. 

USE OF THE TELEPHONE IN 
WARD'S CATALOG SALES UNITS. 

WHAT A DIFFERENCE YOUR 
DISPLAY MAKES. 

YOU CAN'T ENJOY THE GAME 
WITHOUT A PROGRAM. 
Ward, Theodore. SEE Ward, 

James Theodore. 
Ware, Clyde. 

ONLY THE GOOD. 
Warren, Anne Waring. 

LADY ELEANOR AND THE MICE. 
Warren, Robert Penn. 

ALL THE KING'S MEN. 
Warshawsky, Samuel Jesse. 

FASTEST THING AFLOAT. (R) 

SPRING LIGHTNING. 
Waters, George. 

GIRL ON DEATH ROW. 
Watley, John Whitman. 

EDGE OF FLIGHT. 

PENDULUM OF LOVE. 
Watling, E. F. 

STAGE DOOR. (R) 
Watson, Charles A. 

EARLY TO BED. 

HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. 

I CAN'T UNDERSTAND. 

MY FATHER'S' SON. 

SPIDER IN A PORCELAIN SINK. 

TIME OF DESSERT. 
Watson, Donald. 

KILLER. 
Watson, Leslie. 

MAJOR PAULINE. 

OUT OF THE DARKNESS. 
Watson, Marjorle E. 

HELP WANTED. 
Wattron, Frank J., Jr. 

WHY, LISA. 
Watts, George J. 

SCHOOL OF FINANCIAL PUBLIC 
RELATIONS PUBLICITY LEC- 
TURES FOR I960'. 
Waugh, Richard. 

SECOND PENANCE. 
Waxman, Franz. 

JOSHUA. 
Wayne, Dotty. 

WILD IS LOVE. 
Wayne Knitting Mills. 

REAL PROBLEM.' 
Weatherly, William Jackson. 

BIG ROTATION. 
Webb, Kenneth S. 

FOR THE STATE. (R) 

HERBERT CAN'T BE FRANK. (R) 

HOLLYWOOD HONEYMOON. (R) 
Webster, John. 

DUCHESS OF MALFI. 
Wedeklnd, Frank. 

SPRING'S AWAKENING. 
Wehner, George. 

PRAIRIE PEACE DAY. 
Welden, Marie. 

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. 
Weidman, Jerome. 

PANTHEON. 



Welgl, Karl. 

RATTENFAENGER VON 
HAMELN. (R) 
Welgl, Mrs. Karl. 

RATTENFAENGER VON 
HAMELN. (R) 
Welgle, Robert M. 

MOUNTAIN MAN, I. 
Well, Robert. 

SISSY. 

SISSY'S BRAUTFAHRT. 
Weinberg, Clara dayman. 

IOLANTHI. 
Weinberger, Jaromlr. 

FRUHLINGSSTURME . (R) 
Weinberger (Josef) Ltd. 

ARME JONATHAN. 

FLEDERMAUS . 
Welser, Benno. 

LETTER TO THE TIMES. 
Welborn, W. C, Jr. 

OTHER VOLUNTEER. 
Welch, Sylvia Spencer-. SEE 

Spencer-Welch, Sylvia. 
Welinsky, George Charles. 

BLACK TULIP. 
Wellsch, Ernst. 

TEUFELSREITER. (R) 
Wellsch, Mrs. Ernst. 

TEUFELSREITER. (R) 
Weller, George. 

TWO BLACK KINGS. 
Wencll, Raymond H. 

TELEVISION PARODY. 
Wendell, Hurcomb. 

WHEN THE WIND IS SOUTHERLY. 
Werfel, Franz. 

DRAMEN . 
West, V. Sackvllle. SEE 

Sackvllle-West, V. 
Westbrook, Jean. 

LADY IN THE MOON. 
Westin, Gelen Bliss. 

ESTRANGE IRO. 
Westlnghouse Air Brake Co. 

AIR CIRCUITRY FOR INDUS- 
TRIAL CONTROLS. 
Westley, George Hembert. 

ROTHSCHILD. (R) 
Wexley, John. 

COMES THE DREAMER. 

THEY SHALL NOT DIE. (R) 
Weys, Rudolf. 

LIEBE IN TIROL. 
Wheeler, Marlon. 

PURSE STRINGS. (R) 
Wheeler, Roger. 

PURSE STRINGS. (R) 
Wheeling Steel Corp. 

MERCHANDISING IN ACTION— 
WITH DISPLAY. 
Whlnery, Verna. 

WHO BIDS. (R) 
White, Alice M. G. 

QUITE A YOUNG GIRL. 
White, Alicen. SEE White, 

Alice M. G. 
White, Mrs. Almon T. SEE 

White, Virginia R. 
White, Arthur Corning. 

LAMBS FOR THE WOLVES. 
White, Corning. SEE White, 

Arthur Corning. 
White, Eileen B. 

LONELY ROAD. 
White, George. 

SIGN OF JONAH. 
White, Hu. SEE White, 

Hubert S., Jr. 
White, Hubert S., Jr. 

FIVE MINUTE AFFAIR. 

SAWDUST SQUARE. 
White, Hugh, pseud. SEE 

White, Hubert S., Jr. 
White, Joy Walker. 

HOMECOMING. 
White, Lillian, pseud. SEE 

Blanksteln, Lillian. 
White, Virginia R. 

ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
TRACKS. 
Whiting, John. 

MADAME DE . . . 

TRAVELLER WITHOUT LUGGAGE. 



Whitman, Howard. 

DIETING AND WEIGHT CONTROL. 
Whlttington, Curtis, C, Jr. 

FINGERS OF MORNING. 
Wickersham, Robert C. 

KEE-WEE. 
Wiener, Miriam. 
GOLDEN YEARS. 

WHEN A GIRL IS TWENTY-ONE. 
Wilde, Oscar. 

IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. 
Wilder, Ralph. 

IT'S HIGH TIME. 
Wilder, Thornton N. 

LONG CHRISTMAS DINNER. (R) 
LUCRECE. (R) 
Wilding, Inc. 

'A' LINE'S BIGGEST GUN. 
BEST THING ON WHEELS. 
BIG RISK. 
BIG TICKET TIPS FOR BIG 

TICKET OPERATORS. 
BLUE' CIRCLE OF SAFETY. 
BY THE WAY. 

CASE OF THE SLIPPERY OIL. 
CASHING IN ON A-B-C. 
CHRIS BROWN GETS THE 

ANSWER. 
CLOSING TECHNIQUES. 
COMPUTER COMES TO MARKETING. 
CORPORATE KEY TO A GREATER 

SOCIETY. 
DEPENDABLE HIGH-STRENGTH 

CONTAINERS. 
FLIP TOP INSTRUCTION. 
GOLDEN MAGIC OF CHARGE IT. 
GREEN SEAL-AND WHAT IT 

MEANS. 
HOW TO WELD T-l STEEL. 
INVITATION TO LEARNING. 
KEEP YOUR EYE ON TOMORROW. 
MCGUFFREY RE-VISITED. 
MAKE ME USEFUL. 
NEW SAVINGS IN POLE IN- 
SPECTION AND MAINTENANCE. 
I960 ELECTRIC RANGE COM- 
PARISON. 
I960 REFRIGERATOR COMPETI- 
TIVE COMPARISON. 
OPENING PRESENTATION FOR 

FIELD MEETING. 
OPERATING THE EUCLID C-6 

CRAWLER TRACTOR. 
OUT OF THE SHADOWS. 
PASSPORTS TO PLEASURE. 
PIECE OF MY MIND. 
PLAN TO PROMOTE. 
PREMIER PERFORMANCE. 
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE OF 

THE NEW C-6 CRAWLER. 
PREVIEWING THE ALL-STAR 

SALES DEVELOPMENT 'PROGRAM. 
PROJECTING PROGRESS IN THE 

SIZZLING SIXTIES. 
PROMISE KEPT. 
QUALITY UNDER THE SKIN. 
REAL PROBLEM. 
RETAIL TRAINING PROGRAM. 
SECOND FIFTY MILLION. 
SELL MORE SPARK PLUGS WITH 

THE CHAMPION PLUG SCOPE. 
SELLING SITUATIONS. 
SELLING UP TO BETTER TIRE 

PRODUCTS. 
SEVEN STAGE ROCKET. 
SHOW AND SELL. 
SPIRIT OF DEERE & COMPANY. 
STAINLESS STEEL TAILORED TO 

THE JOB. 
STOP, LOOK, AND BUY. 
SUBJECT: DISPOSALS. 
SUBJECT: I961 DISHWASHERS 

AND PROGRAM. 
SUBJECT: WATER HEATERS. 
SURFACE YOU BUY IS THE 

SURFACE YOU KEEP. 
SYSTEM. , 
TEN FEET TALL. 
THIS IS DUKANE. 
THREE MAJOR CLASSES OF 

STAINLESS STEEL. 
TIME' OF CRISIS. 
TRACTOR PRODUCT. 
TURNING LEAD INTO GOLD. 



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.3. 

MB. 

Kals 

i B. 

. (R) 

- 

-las. 
'HONE OPERATOR. 
- 
Laos, Hugh Anthony 

BNBR. 

I -.s, Lester L. 
STAY ON THE f 

'argaret It 
GRASS IS GREENER. 

lijns, Myva: 

tr; 

■ong. 
HAIR. (R) 
OfCl . (R) 

'R) 

Is, Benjaml- 

HORDED ON 
"IDE. 
. 
PLOATINO temple. 

.., Ira B. 
WHO BIDS. (R) 

seph Daniel. 
CORRECTION OP AN ERROR. 
RT TO YOU. 

THE BAFFLE & FRESH. 
Wilson, Raymond Guy, Jr. 

"ES. 
Wilson, Rog-- 

FOUR PATHS TO BETHLi 



-■IP. 

ard Hans 

ERS. 

RS. 
Winter, Ru^- 

iRS. 

SEE 

?.s with the 
:re. 

SEE 
•s Kemble 

Wlster, Owen. 

ES WEST. 

. DOCTOR. 

Len s. 

I WAKE YOU, DOCTOR. 
WltmarK (M. ) 4 Sons. 
BLOOD. 

:kbn. 

-is. 
. :mog. 

THOUGHT. 
IHT. 

PATTERN . 

SENTRY. 

SOLICITRESS. 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR. 

VOODOO. 

WHAT IS AN INDIAN. 
Wltten, Leon. 

ON A DULL SUNDAY ZEUS 
. 
nn, Hugo. 

ARME JONATHAN. 
Woltltz, Pel 

PRESS CON 
Wold. Margaret Eugenie. 

PURPLE SACKCLOTH. 
Wolf, Daisy B. 

ONLY CHILD. 
Wolf Enterprises, Inc. 

NO MAN'S LAND. 



, Burton. 
MARK MICHAEL IS THIRTEEN. 

- 
ARABELLA . 

. Ruth Rehrer. SEE 
Bloom, Ruth Rehrer Wolff. 
Wolfson, VI 

ALL IN THE FAMILY. 
Wolpe, Zelda S. 
DAY WITH JOHNNY. 

:.') International League 
for Peace and Freedom. 
Branch. 
UGLY TOAD. 
Woodward, Elspeth. 

PINK ROSE. 
Woolard, Mrs. J. M. 

HORIZONS. 
World Library of Sacred 
Mul' ' 
JOURNEY TO GOLGOTHA. 
PROCESSION OF THE PROPHETS. 
Worthen, Warren J. 
GODS -3- MEN. 

30 HOUSE. 

CROSSROAD. 
Woskoff, Verna. 

CASTLE IN THE VILLAGE. 
Woudenberg, Richard W . 

PLIGHT OF THE PARVENU. 
Wray, Phoebe, pseud. SEE 

Gregory, Phoebe Rae. 
•, Agnes. 

LOST CLOWN. (R) 
Wright, Annlmary Cook. 

SOUND OF THE GUINEA. 
Wright, Clifford Kent-. SEE 

Kent-Wright, Clifford. 
Wright, Mrs. Frankly n. SEE 

Wright, Annlmary Cook. 
Wright, Iovanna Lloyd. 

MARY MAODALENE. 
Wright, Mark. 

ABSOLUTELY TIME. 
Wright, Olglvanna Lloyd. 

MARY MAODALENE. 
Wright, Robert C. 

SONG OF THE MUTES. 
Wuolljckl, Hella. 

PUNTILA AND HIS HIRED MAN. 
Wyandotte Chemicals Corp. 

WASHING WITH WYANDOTTE. 
Wylle, Laurie, pseud. SEE 

Samuelson, Morris Laurence. 



Yaffe, James. 
DEADLY OAME. 



Yale, Carl. 

YOU'RE SITTING ON MY TAIL. 
Yancey, Mart, pseud. SEE 

Van Vooren, Mary Ann. 
Yeager, Ine^ R. 

FLIGHT TO NEW HORIZONS. 
York, Vincent. 

STARDUST AND THISTLE- 
DOWN. (R) 
Young (Lloyd) & Associates, 
Inc. 

APOSTLE OF FREEDOM. 

BELONG OR ELSE. 
Young (Lloyd) Ltd. 

AMRITSAR. 
Young, Mary M. 

MRS. TARQUIN. (R) 



Zalk, Marvin Marcus. 

BETRAYERS . 

LEON PHITTS IS DEAD. 
Zea, James G. 

SHOWTIME IN BUENOS AIRES. 
Zeherl, Maria. 

HER GRAVE BY THE SEA. 
Zla, Yee C. 

TIGER GENERAL: HSIEH 
JENKWEI. 
Zlemba, Carl. 

CASABLANCA TIMBER. 
Zlmmer, Mrs. C. 

ARABELLA. (R) 
Zimmerman, Dennis R. 

HEAVEN SCENT. 
Zoellner, Peter Lee. 

ALOHA HAWAII. 
Zoffer, Gerald R. 

IT'S EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS. 
Zolotow, Maurice. 

TWO DAMN THINGS AFTER EACH 
OTHER. 
Zuccoll, Ouldo. 

BELKIS, REOINA DI SABA. (R) 

PAVORITO DEL RE. (R) 
Zuckerman, Albert J. 

BLOBO'S BOY. 
Zuckerman, Irwin A. 

TRADEMARK PRESENTATION TO 
BE USED ON TELEVISION IN 
ADVERTISING OF BREAD. 
Zurich (Muslkverlag & 
BUhnenvertrleb) A.G. 

FRANK V. 



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of the work; e.g., a play in three acts. made for hire, if so named in the application, 

3) Names of persons contributing to the work together with the names of the employees 
as given in either the copy or the applica- when given. 

tion; e.g., author, editor, translator. 10) Information contained in the application 

4) Series statement. which relates to the registration of an earlier 

5) Information given in the application which version of the work. 

relates to the registration of an earlier ver- 11) Brief statement of the new matter on which 

sion of the work. copyright is claimed, preceded by the abbre- 

6) Brief statement of the new matter on which viation "NM," if this information is given 
copyright is claimed, preceded by the abbre- in the application and is not indicated else- 
viation "NM," if this information is given where in the entry. 

in the application and is not indicated else- 12) Copyright symbol ©. 

where in the entry. 13) Name of the copyright claimant. 

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tion. 

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and unpublished, the following items of informa- 
tion are given if available and applicable : 

1) A descriptive phrase indicating the type of 
program. 

2) Names of authors or agencies responsible for 
the program. 

3) Subtitles, issue dates, and program numbers. 
For published works, whenever it is necessary to 

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respect to the claimant's name or the date of publi- 
cation, the data from the application are given first, 
followed by the phrase "in notice'" and the data 
given in the work; e.g., © Richard Roe; 12Aug60 
(in notice: 1959); DP4160. 

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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 ad- 
dressed to the Card Division, Library of Congress, 
Washington 25, D.C. 

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the following items of information if available and 
applicable : 

1) Title. 

2) Names of authors of renewable matter. 

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6) Brief statement of the new matter on which 
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deceased author. 

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fee, whichever is later. 

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ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 

The following list includes abbreviations and 
symbols used in this catalog with specific copyright 
or bibliographic meanings. Definitions are not given 
for abbreviations in common use. 



(A) 


— author 


a.k.a. 


— also known as 


appl. 


— application 


© 


— copyright symbol 


(C) 


— child or children of the deceased 




author 


comp. 


— compiled by, compiler 


d.b.a. 


— doing business as 


(E) 


— executor(s) of the author 


ed. 


— edition, editor 


(NK) 


— next of kin of the deceased 




author, there being no will 


NM 


— new matter 


P. 


— page(s) 


(PCB) 


— proprietor of a work copyrighted 




by a corporate body otherwise 




than as assignee or licensee of the 




author. 


(PCW) 


— proprietor of the composite work 


(PPW) 


— proprietor of the posthumous work 


(PWH) 


— proprietor of copyright in a work 




made for hire 


prev. 


— previous 


pseud. 


— pseudonym 


pt. 


— part, parts 


pub. 


— published, publishing 


reg. 


— registered, registration 


rev. 


— revised 


t.a. 


— trading as 


v., vol., vols. 


— volume, volumes 


(W) 


— widow of the author 


(Wr) 


— widower of the author 



V1U 



COPYRIGHT REGISTRATIONS FOR DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR 

ORAL DELIVERY 

July December 1960 

Class C Lectures and other works pro These figures represent the number of registra- 

pared tor oral delivery 338 tions tor dramas and works prepared for oral deliv- 

Class D Published dramatic and dramatico- ery for July-December 1960, but do not necessarily 

musical works 289 represent the exact number of entries in this issue 

Unpublished dramatic and dra ot the Catalog of Copyright Entries. Registration 

matico-musical works 1, 066 figures tor other classes of material may be found 

Dramas registered in Class A. . . . 43 in the respective parts. 

Total 1, 736 

Renewals Classes C and D 24*-> 



585207 O - 61 - 2 IX 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



A list, arranged by title, of domestic and foreign dramas, dramatico-musicals, lectures, 
sermons, monologs, and radio, television, and recording scripts registered during the 

Derlod Covered hv thin lnnu«» R#>f»t-»nf*<ta frnm mrUnt tilUu nnA f—rxw** iti B li nn ti...t h..V_ 



period covered by this issue 
titles are interfiled 



, icicvisiuii, uiiu rctoruuig stri^is rcgiaiereu aunng me 
References from variant titles and from distinctive sub- 



A 



A CAFPKLLA, a draaa, in three acts, 
seven scenes by Jena Nicole, pseud, 
of ^lly Cutlllo. C K«lly Cutlllo; 
l8Mov60; D052O88. 

A. J. OP BONNIE BAY, a musical comedy 
for Intermediate grades In five acts. 
Music by Elizabeth H. Surace; lyrics 
by Ruth W. Brace. C Ruth W. Brace * 
Elizabeth H. Surace; 13Sep60; DU51687. 

A.T.C. CLEARS; recording script by Aero- 
Progress. No. 700*. C Aero-Progress, 
Inc.; 100ct60; C13322. 

AARON'S WIPE, a libretto for an opera In 
three acts and four scenes by Robert 
Ackart. O Robert Ackart; l^SepoO; 
DU51688. 

THE ABDUCTION PROM THE SERAQLIO; opera 
by W. A. Mozart. Translated by David 
Oreen 4 Edwin Hopkins. Libretto. 
O David E. Oreen 4 Edwin A. Hopkins; 
93ep60; DU51661. 



ABE LINCOLN AND THE CIVIL WAR, a play In 
three acts by Ronald-Bel Stlffler. 
C Ronald-Bel Stlffler; 100ot60; 
DU51848. 

ABE LINCOLN GOES TO SCHOOL, a play In 
one scene by Joan 0. Scheuer 4 Lynn 0. 
Straus. (Read aloud plays) O Joan G. 
Scheuer 4 Lynn Q. Straus; 5Jul60; 
DU51279. 

ABE LINCOLN VERSES MADISON AVE., by Bob 
Newhart (George R. Newhart) O Bob 
Newhart Pub. Co.; 7Jul60; C13115. 

DIE ABENDOESELLSCHAPT, eln Stuck von 
Maria Matray und Answald Krtlger. 
Mtlnchen. 2 acts. C Drel Masken 
Verlag, O.M.B.H.; 50ct60; DP0-1006. 

ABIDE WITH ME. SEE AMBUSH. 

ABIGAIL; three act play by Clarence L. 
Klncheloe. © Clarence Lee Klncheloe; 
18JU160; DU51356. 

ABOUT PEOPLE, PLACES AND FASHION; script 
for a motion picture by Dorothy 
Summln. C Dorothy Summln; 15Jul50; 
C13137. 

ABSOLUTELY TIME! A play In two acts by 
Mark Wright 4 Peggy Simon. Music by 
Mark Wright; lyrics by Peggy Simon. 
© Larking Music Corp.; 7Dec60; DU52217. 

THE ABYSS, an elegy In screenplay by 
Michael Garland England. © Michael 
Oarland England; 14Nov60; DU52049. 



ACCORDINO TO THE DOCTOR, a comedy In 
three aots by E. Eynon Evans. London, 
S. Prenoh. (French's acting edition) 
O E. Eynon Evans; 28Jun60; DP135U. 

ACTORS ANONYMOUS, a television play by 
Robert K. Scott 4 Harry J. Allen. 
O Robert K. Scott 4 Harry James Allen; 
3Aug60; DU51VJ8. 

THE ACTRESS, a play In one act by L. A. 
Petronlo. © Louis A. Petronlo; 
12Sep60; DU51678. 

AD, THE NATIONWIDE SHOPPER, a short pre- 
sentation on a new type of national 
circulation magazine by Oeorge Hudson 
Phillips. O Oeorge Hudson Phillips; 
22Aug60; C13285. 

ADAM'S HARVEST, a three act play by 
Ruben Oalnes. O Ruben Gaines; 
20Jul60; DU51364. 

UJDIO MARIU', a play In three acts by 
Luca Morel, pseud, of Guldo Oorl. 
© Quldo Oorl; 5JU160; DU51289. 

ADDRESS: UNKNOWN. THE SHELDON ELMORE 
STORY; teleplay by Don Clark. 
©Temple/Morgan Enterprises, Inc.; 
27Jun60; DU51484. 

ADOLF HITLER ET SES ACOLYTES; drame 
satlrlque en 5 actes et 5 tableaux by 
Maurice Juwen. © Maurice Juwen; 
130ct60; DU51877. 

ADULT DELINQUENCY A CAUSE OF JUVENILE 
DELINQUENCY. SEE YOUTH OF THE 
WORLD. 



A ADVENTURE, a comedy in three acts by 
James P. Davis. S. French. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 195 1 *. NM: "revised 
4 rewritten." © James P. Davis; 
23Aug60; DP4099. 

THE ADVENTURES OF MARY MOONBEAM: THE 
MAGICAL SILVER SHOES; screenplay by 
Infinity Productions. Scripts MM-1A & 
MM-1B. © Infinity Productions, Inc.; 
9Sep60; DU51685. 

ADVERTISING. SEE PACKAGING) ADVER- 
TISING; SALES PROMOTION. 

AESOP AND HIS FABLES, a musical monologue 
by Hal Levy 4 Barbara Gray . Text 
only. © Hal Levy & Barbara Gray; 
190ct60; DU51894. 

AFTER THE BALL WAS OVER, a play In one 
act by Anthony Tuttle. Dramatic Pub. 
Co. © Anthony Tuttle; 23Sep60; DP!U59. 

AFTER THE VERB TO LOVE. SEE TWO FOR 
THE SKESAW. 



AH, MRS. MULLINS, a comedy In three acts 
by Dan Cunningham. © Dan Cunningham; 
2Aug60; DU51486. 

AH, SO! A comedy In three aots by 
Blruta J. Balanda. © Blruta J. 
Balanda 4 John J. Balanda; 120ct60; 
DU51868. 

DIE AHNFRAU; Trauerspiel, erste Fas- 
sung in vler Aufziigen, Buhnenfassung 
In fiinf Aufziigen von Franz Grill - 
parzer. Elngeleltet von A. Grunberg. 
Wlen. (Osterreich-Reihe, Bd. 61/83) 
NM: lntrod. © Bergland Verlag 
Oesellschaft M.B.H.; 5Dec>9; 
AF0-31077. 

AIR C, a musical extravaganza about the 
birth and development of commercial 
aviation in two acta by T3, pseud, of 
Fred A. Thompson-McDonald (Frederick 
A. Thompson-MoDonald) Text only. 
© Fred A. Thompson-McDonald; 2Nov60; 
DU51979. 

ALADDIN AND HIS ./ONDERFUL LAMP. SEE 
THE ..TORY OK ALADDIN AND HIS .'ONDEli- 
FUL !. 

ALADDIN'S GHOST, a comedy in one act by 
LeRoma Eshbach Greth. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 29Aug60; DP4118. 

ALCIBIADES, a play In two parts by 
Charles Wharton Stork. © Charles 
Wharton Stork; 5Jul60; DU51288. 

ALERTA EN EL CIELO; argumento y guion: 
Manuel Tamayo Castro. Madrid. 
© Manuel Tamayo Castro; 19Sep60; 
DFO-1010. 

ALFRED ET LA VIE EN ROSE; trols actes, 
par Andre Blsson & Pierre Varenne, 
pseud, de Pierre Battendler. © Andre 
Bisson 4 Pierre Varenne; 19Dec60; 
DU52308. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND; story-teller 

speeches (Mr. Rabbit) Adaptations by 

Lyle Kenyon Engel. Speech 1-6. 

© Lyle Kenyon Engel; 12Sep60; C13226. 

THE ALIEN TIME; screenplay by E. A. 
Land, pseud, of Edward Landberg & 
Roslyn Rondelle, pseud, of Roslyn 
Landberg. © Edward Landberg 4 
Roslyn Landberg; 26Sep60; DU51778. 

ALONG CAME A BLACKBIRD, a comedy in 
three acts by Owen G. Arno. 
© Owen G. Arno; 8Dec60; DU52219. 

ALTAR OF THE GOD, a drama in three acts 
by Eileen Woodward. © Eileen Woodward; 
21Jul60; DU5137^. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



ALTAR-PIECE, a play by J. R. Broimf leld . 
© J. R. Brownfield; 21Hov60; DU52101. 

ALVIN & SHIRLEY; monologue by Shelley 
Berman. © Calliope, Inc.; 15Sep60; 
C13229. 

ALVIN FOR PRESIDENT; dialogue with back- 
ground music by Ross Bagdasarlan. 
Text only. ©Monarch Music Co., Inc.; 
19Aug60; DU51560. 

L'AMANTE CUBISTA; opera buff a da 
camera In tre quadrl dl Rlccardo 
Porrettl. Musica dl Roberto Hazon. 
Mllano. Text only. © Edizloni 
Curcl; 10ct60; AFO-31650. 

AMBUSH, a play In three acts by Crane 
Haussamen. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Abide with me, 1953. NM: editorial 
revisions. © Crane Haussamen; 
20Sep60; DU51737. 

AMERICAN DRAMA. Edited by Alan S. 
Downer. (American literary forms. 
Qeneral editor: William Van O'Connor) 
NM: foreword & compilation. © Thomas 
Y. Crowell Co.; 2Mar60; A460301. 

THE AMERICAN DREAM, a comedy, 1959, 
i960 In one act by Edward Albee. 
© Edward Albee; 29Jul60; DU51421. 

AMERICA'S CREATIVE MUSIC FORM, CLASSIC 
RAGTIME. SEE DEEP-IN STORIES EVERY 
AMERICAN SHOULD KNOW. 

AMERICA'S OPPORTUNITY, an address de- 
livered In New York City on Oct. 14, 
I960 by Maurice Samuel . © Maurice 
Samuel; 120ct60; C13325. 

AMMONIA THE SLANDER-RESISTANT REFRIGER- 
ANT; article by Clarence C. Smith. 
© Clarence C. Smith; 15Aug60; C13188. 

R DE DO'I PERLIMPLIN CON BELISA EN 
SU J..RDIN. SEE THE LOVE OF DON 
PEhLII.iPLIN WITH BELISA IN HIS GARipj. 

THE AMOROUS GOLDFISH, a play In three 
acts by Michael Voysey. London, 
S. French. (French's acting edition) 
© Michael Voysey; 12Apr60; DF1359. 

L' AMOUR MAGNIFIQUE, a comedy In three 
acts by William Sewell. © William 
Sewell; 270ct6O; DU51933. 

ANA D'EBOLI; piece en trols actes de 
Pierre Ordlonl. © Pierre Ordlonl; 
18Nov60; DU52110. 

AND CORRUPTION, a new musical comedy In 
two acts by Ed Fisher (Edwin Zaalmon 
Fisher) Playscrlpt and song-lyrics. 
© Edwin Z. Fisher; 9Aug60; DU51472. 

AND MAKE NOT MUCH OF DEATH, a teleplay 
In three acts by Max L. Berges. © Max 
L. Berges; 4Aug60; DU51445. 

AND NEVER WALK ALONE. SEE THE HOUR 
OF ST. FRANCIS. 

AND THERE WAS ONE DAY; screenplay In 
three acts by Sidney Ted Loupus. 
© Sidney Ted Loupus; l6Aug60; DU51526. 

AND WOMEN MUST WAIT, a play In one act 
for women oy Elaine Macgregor. 
London, H. F. W. Deane. (Deane's 
cerles of plays) © Elaine Macgregor; 
l4Apr60; DFO-966. 

THE ANDERSONVILLE TRIAL, a play by Saul 
Levitt. Random House. 2 acts. 
© Saul Levitt; 22Jul60; DP4l4l. 

ANGEL, a play In three acts by Norma 
Lulsl. © Norma Lulsl; 8Sep60; DU51652. 



ANGELINA, a one act play by Ernest Ellis. 
© Ernest Ellis; 29Jul60; DU51419. 



THE ANIMAL; screenplay by Don Dewey 
(Donald Charles Dewey) © Donald 
Charles Dewey; 24Aug60; DU51723. 



THE ANIMAL FAIR, a play In three acts by 
B. B. Sturgeon. © B. B. Sturgeon; 
22Sep60; DU51755. 

ANN STRICKLAND, a play In two acts by 
Fredrick D. Simpson. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Fredrick Douglas Simp- 
son; 12Sep60; DU51671. 

THE ANNUAL AFFAIR, a farce -comedy In 
three acts by Paul & Jean Sammon. 
Dramatic Pub. Co. © Paul & Jean 
Sammon; I40ct60; DP4158. 

ANOTHER TASTE OF FAILURE, a play In 
three acts by Arthur Kober. © Arthur 
Kober; l4Sep60; DU51679. 

ANOTHER WASHDAY MIRACLE, a sketch with 
music. Sketch 8c lyrics by Dan Rustln 
(Daniel Rustln); music by George 
Allen. © Daniel Rustln & George 
Allen; 28Nov60; DU52159. 

THE ANSWER MAN. SEE HOME FROM THE 
CLOUDS. 

ANSWER MY HEART, a drama In three acts 
by Leon Volkov. © Leon Volkov; 
10Aug60; DU51492. 

ANTIGONE. SEE OEDIPUS THE KING AND 
ANTIGONE. 

ANTIGUA. SEE BOAT DAY. 

ANY GIRL CAN, a play In three acts by 
Brian Black, pseud, of Joe Singer & 
Lowell Salaway. © Joe Singer & Lowell 
Salaway; 4Aug60; DU51446. 

ANYONE: ANYONE! A play In one act by 
Charles Louis Mee, Jr. © Charles 
Louis Mee, Jr.; 25Aug60; DU51570. 

ANYWHERE WITH YOU, a play with music in 
three acts by Alfa Kent. © Alfa Kent; 
23Nov60; DU52142. 

APOTHEOSIS; or, Uncle Robert, a play In 
three acts by T. C. Upham. © T. C. 
Upham; 29Nov60; DU52163. 

THE APPEARANCE OF EVIL; screenplay by 
Bruce Henry based on the life of Dixie 
Ann Dikes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU51801. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Oalbreath Pictures, Inc.; 30Jul60; 
DP4148. 

THE APPEARANCE OF EVIL; [screenplay by 
Bruce Henry] based on the life of 
Dixie Ann Dikes. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DU51801. NM: additions, revi- 
sions & substantial abridgment. 
© Galbreath Pictures, Inc.; 30Jul60; 
DP4149. 

APPLES FOR TEACHER, by Nora Stirling, 
with suggestions for discussion pre- 
pared by Bank Street College. Bank 
Street College of Education. 2 scenes. 
(Plays for living) © Nora Stirling; 
240ot60 (in notice: 1959); DP4182. 

APRIL NIGHT; three-act comedy with 
music by Gerald La Torraea (Oerardo 
La Torraea) Text only. © Gerardo 
La Torraea; 310ct60; DU51963. 

THE ARCHED OPENING, a 90-minute drama 
for television in three acts by 
Catherine Wenzell. © Catherine 
Wenzell; 26Aug60; DU51587. 



DIE ARGONAUT. SEE DAS GOLDENE VLIESS. 

ARIZONA AGNES; thirty minute TV shows 
written by Dave Montrose. Story no.l: 
Arizona had a woman's soul. © Dave 
Montrose; 70ct60; DU51846. 



ARMS AND THE MAN; a pleasant play in 
3 acts by George Bernard Shaw. 
With an introd. by Louis Kronenberger. 
(A Bantam classic, AC68) © on introd. 
Bantam Books, Inc.; 27Jun60; AU63879. 

ARMS AND THE MAN. SEE PLAYS. 

THE ARMY-NAVY GAME, NOVEMBER 26. SEE 
WIZARD OF SPORTS PROGRAM. 

ARROWS IN THE TURKEY, a Thanksgiving 
story of long ago in three acts by 
Joan G. Scheuer & Lynn G. Straus. 
(Read aloud plays) © Joan 0. Scheuer 
& Lynn G. Straus; 5Jul60; DU51277. 



ARTIFICIAL SKIN OR BANDAGE, by Ralph 
Mancuso & others. © Ralph Mancuso, 
Abraham Berger & Ruth Berger; 30ct60; 
C13312. 

THE ARTISTIC SCOUNDREL, a play In three 
acts written by Oresto P. Grottola. 
© Oresto P. Grottola; 70ct60; DU51841. 



AS I LAY DYING, by William Faulkner. 
Adaptation for Baylor Theater produc- 
tion in three acts by Robert L. Flynn. 
© Robert L. Flynn & William Faulkner; 
29Aug60; DU51604. 

ASCHENPUTTEL, ein Marchensplel In drel 
Blldern von Robert Burkner. Hamburg. 
© Richard Bars Buhnenverlag, K.G., 
"Die Rampe"; 20Dec59; DFO-988. 

THE ASHES OF SUMMER, an original play 
for television in seven scenes by 
Harry Fritzlus. © Harry Frltzius; 
10Aug60; DU51494. 

ASK ANY GIRL, by Winifred Wolfe. A 
comedy in three acts. Dramatized by 
Christopher Sergei. © Dramatic Pub. 
Co.; 10Sep60; DP4126. 

ASSASSINIO NELLA CATTEDRALE . SEE 
MORD IM DOM. 

LES ASSASSINS DU BORD DE MER! Comedle 
en trols actes de Jean Ouitton. 
© Jean Ouitton; 130ct60; DU51879. 

THE ASSEMBLY OF EXISTENCE OPERATING 

UNDER THE TRIUNE COGENCY IN ONENESS OF 
THE REDUNDANCY OF ENERGY, by George E. 
Maier. © Oeorge E. Maler; I80ot60; 
C13328. 

ASTRONOMICAL BODIES; treatise additional 
to pt.2, Procedure confirmation, 
timing of the solar, lunar and celes- 
tial systems by Elbert Harrison. 
© Elbert Harrison; 22Sep60; C13281. 



AT GETTYSBURG. 
TURF. 



SEE ONCE THIS SOFT 



ARIZONA HAD A WOMAN'S SOUL. 
ARIZONA AGNES. 



SEE 



ATLANTIS; antlphonal symphony for chorus, 
orchestra, band, solo speaker, mezzo 
soprano by Henry Brant . Poem by Cia 
Brant (Patricia Brant) (In Dutchess 
County Philharmonic Orchestra . . . 
program, Poughkeepsie, Jan. 31, i960, 
P. 4-7) Text only. © Patricia Brant; 
3Uan60; DP4146. 

THE ATOMIC PRAYER BOMB WITH ITS HEALING 
POWER; sermon by James Ernest Naylor. 
© James Ernest Naylor; 25Jul60; C13141. 

ATTORNALLY YOURS, a play in three acts 
by Rita D. Schechter. © Rita D. 
Schechter; 7Jul60; DU51300. 

THE AUDIO JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY (Re- 
cording scripts) Scripts in this 
series are by Dento-Medical Tapes. 
© Dento-Medical Tapes. 
Vol.3. 

4. July 16, i960. Psychosomatlcs & 
operative dentistry. NM: new 
material. © l4jul60; C13131. 



I960 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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5. Aug. 1, I960, m. new material. 
O 21Jul60; C13136. 

6. Aug. 16, I960. Crtho-perlodon- 
tlee. Jtl: new writings. O 26Jul60; 
C13142. 

7. Sept. 1, i960. MM: new material, 
e 29Jul60; C13143. 

8. Sept. 16, i960. NM: additions i 
revisions. C 13Sep60; C13227. 

9. Oct. 1, I960. MM: new material. 
C 100ct60; C13326. 

10. Oct. 16, I960. MM: new material. 
C 100ot60; C13327- 

11. «ot. 1, I960. 

C 310cto0; C13339. 
12. Nov. 16, I960. NM: new matter. 
O l»Nov60; C13359. 

13. Dec. 1, I960. C 29Nov60; C13380. 

14. Dec. 16, I960. NM: new material. 
C l6Dec60: C13404. 

1^. Jan. 1, 1961. NM: new material. 
C 23Dec60; C13*08. 

AUOUST DEAR; dialogue over musical vamp 
by Ross Bagdaaarlan. Text only. 
C Monarch Music Co., Inc.; 270ct60; 
D051986. 

AUTUMN VIOLINS; play In 5 acts by Illya 
Surguchev. Translated from Russian 4 
adapted for American production by 
Alexis Zalatem-Zalesaky . o Alexia 
Zalstem-Zalessky; lSAugoO; DU51537. 

AWAY DOWN EAST, an historical musical 
play In two acts by Evelyn Prances 
Gottesman. Text only. O Evelyn 
Prances Gottesnan; l=Aug60; DU51517. 



BARTLEBY THE SCRIVENER. 
LETTERS. 



SEE A HAN OP 



B 



BABE, a musical play In one act by 
Allen Boretz. Text only. O Allen 
Boretz; 21Dec60; DU52291 . 

A BABY POR BRENDA, a one-act comedy by 
Charles Emery. S. Prench. Appl. 
states prev. reg. i960. C Charles 
Emery; 23Jul60; DP'- . 

THE BACCHAE. SEE REVELATION IN THE 
COURTHOUSE PARK. 

BACHELOR OP ART, an original television 
play by Jack Lord, c Jack Lord; 
19Jul60; DU51383. 

BADINAOE, a musical revlww of the San 
Pranclsco Bay area. Music, lyrics & 
sketches by Robert Talbot Durden. 
O Robert Talbot Durden; 29Nov60; 
DU52166 . 

BALLADYNA, by Julius z S/owackl. An 
English translation by Marlon Moore 
Coleman with Walter Twardowskl, Jr. 
Alliance College Publications. 5 acts. 
O A. P. Coleman 4 M. M. Coleman; 
10Jul60; DP4082. 

DIE BANDE UKD DER GENERAL; Oroteske In 
drel Akten nach Motlven von Feydeaus^ 
Un fll a la patte, von Eugene Delmas, 
pseud, of Bodo von Schweykowskl. 
Wiesbaden. © Ahn 4 Slmrock, BUhnen- 
und Muslkverlag; 310ct60; DP0-1036. 

THE BANKER'S DAUOHTER, a comedy In two 
acts by Earl Miles. © Earl Miles; 
26jul60; DU51397. 

BANNERS OP STEEL, a play about John 
Brown in three acts by Barrle Stavls. 
C Barrle Stavls; 170ct60; DU51885. 

BAPU, a dramatic composition by H. Law- 
rence Holcomb. © H. Lawrence Holcomb; 
HJul60; DU51305. 

A BAR WITH NO BEER, a television play 
by William S. Edwards. C William S. 
Edwards; 8Dec60; DU52224. 



THE BASIC AND GENERAL PRINCIPLES OP 
INTEORAL COMMUNICATION THROUGH LW- 
OUAOE. SEE THE DYNAMIC INTEGRAL 
LEARNING: AND TEACHING OF LANGUAGE. 

BASIC PRINCIPLES OP OBJBCTIVISM, by 
Nathaniel Branden. Lectures 1-17; 
19 4 20. O Nathaniel Branden; 
190ct60; C13329. 

BATTLE OP NEW MARKET, a Civil War drama- 
tization by Mary Olazebrook 4 Pinky 
Olazebrook (Marshall Ambler Olazebrook) 
Script of a tape recording. © Marshall 
Ambler Olazebrook 4 Mary Martha Olaze- 
brook; 13Sep60; DO51773. 

BAYOU. SEE POOR WHITE TRASH. 

THE BEACH AT PALES A , a dramatization 
for filming. In four acts by M. W. 
Mountjoy, of the short story On the 
beach at Palesa, by Robert Louis 
Stevenson. © M. W. Mountjoy; 22Nov60; 
D052126. 

THE BEATS RETREAT; monologue by Hadley 
P. Hendrlck. C Hadley Francis 
Hendrlck; lJJunoO; C13126. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST; adaptation by 

Maria Ray 4 Lyle Kenyon Engel. © Mar- 
la Ray 4 Lyle Kenyon Engel; 24Aug60; 
C13206. 



BEAUTY PARADE, a farce comedy In one act 
by Conrad Seller. Dramatists Play 
Servloe. O Gwendolen Seller, adminis- 
tratrix of the estate of Conrad Seller, 
deceased; 11Sep60; DP4131. 

BECKET; or. The honour of God, a play In 
four acts by Jean Anouilh. Translated 
by Luclenne Hill. O Jean Anouilh 4 
Luclenne Hill; 22Aug60; DU51559. 

BED OP ROSES, a light comedy In three 
acts by Ronald Scott Thorn. London, 
H. P. W. Deane. (Deane's series of 
plays) O Dramanda, Ltd.; 5Peb60; 
DP0-977. 

THE BEDSIDE MANNER and OH ROMEO! Two 
sketches for women by Joan Brampton. 
London, H. P. W. Deane. 1 act each. 
(Deane's series of plays) © Joan 
Brampton; 8Apr60; DPO-997. 

BEELZEBUB! A musical comedy in two acts 
by Henry Panelll 4 Don Hoffman (Donald 
Hoffman) Libretto. © Henry Panelll 4 
Donald Hofrman; 15Aug60; DU51523. 

BEFORE BREAKFAST, a play In three acts 
by Will Schneider, pseud, of Maurice 
Schneider, and Robert M. Prench. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Deuces are wild. 
NM: additions 4 revisions. © Maurice 
Schneider 4 Robert M. French, Jr.; 
20Sep60; DU51741. 

THE BEGGAR'S OPERA. SEE THE THREE- 
PENNY OPERA. 

BEGINNING. SEE THE GREAT KHAN. 

BEGINNING OF THE WAY, by Henzle Raeburn 
(Mrs. Martin Browne) 3 scenes. NM: 
revisions & additions. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 23Sep60; DP4144. 

BELIEF IN 00D and THE HOLY TRINITY; re- 
cording scripts by James H. Jordan. 
ET -4510-1. © Eternity Records; 
5Aug60; C13148. 

THE BELL OF SAN MIGUEL, a play with 
music in four scenes by E. Horace 
Akin. Text only. © Edwin Horace 
Akin; 19Aug60; DU51540. 



THE BELL OF SAN MIGUEL; narration. Re- 
cording script by E. Horace Akin. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1954. NM: ad- 
ditions. © Edwin Horace Akin; 
22Jun60; C13124. 

LA BELLE HELENE. SEE HELEN OF TROY. 

BELLIGERENTS; screenplay by John C. 
Bennett. © John C. Bennett; 100ct60; 
DU51855. 

BEN-HUR, by Lew Wallace. Dramatized by 
John McOreevey. 10 aoenes. © Dramat- 
ic Pub. Co.; 19Sep60; DP4132. 

BENEATH TALL MOUNTAINS, a play In three 
acts by Paul Ollbert, pseud, of 
Gilbert R. Magee. © Ollbert R. Magee; 
22Dec60; DU52296. 



BENEATH THIS SPIRE, by Ormal B. Trick. 
1 scene. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
25Jul60; DP4079. 

BERLIN WEST, a half hour television show 
by Lillian P. Qulat. © Lillian Perlman 
Qulat; 2Dec60; DU52235- 

BERMUDA WAS A YEAR AOO, a comedy in 
three acts by Ronald Dieb. © Ronald 
Kenneth Dleb; i8Nov60; DU52160. 

BERNARDONE, a play In two acts by 
W. E. R. La Parge. © W. E. R. 
La Parge; 23Dec60; DU52303. 

BERTHA, THE BARTENDER'S BEAUTIFUL BABY, 
a pure and noble temperance mellow- 
drayman by Charles George. A play in 
one act. Dramatists Play Service. 
© Charles George; 29Aug60; DP4113. 

THE BEST CITIZENS OF OUR TOWN, a radio 
play by Rose Sohneldeman. NM: re- 
visions 4 additions. © Rose Schelde- 
man; 21Nov60; DU52092. 

THE BEST MAN, a play about politics by 
Oore Vldal. Little, Brown. 3 acts. 
© Gore Vldal; 5Jul60; DP4080. 

THE BEST OF BRIDGE; filmed TV show 
script prepared lor Harold & Leonard 
Miller. Writer: John Bancroft. 
© Harold Miller 4 Leonard Miller; 
29Aug60; C13213. 

THE BEST PLAYS OP I959-I960. The Burns 
Mantle Yearbook. Edited by Louis 
Kronenberger. Illus. with photos., 
and with drawings by Hlrschfeld. 
© Dodd, Mead 4 Co., Inc.; 130ct60; 
A467453. 

THE BEST YEAR, an original musical comedy 
Words by Tom Jones; music by Harvey 
Schmidt. Book 4 lyrics only. © Tom 
Jones 4 Harvey Schmidt; 28Dec60; 
DU52334. 

BETSY'S FIRST REPORT CARD, a comedy in 
one act by Peg Lynch (Margaret Lynch 
Ronnlng) ©Samuel French, Inc.; 
15Nov60; DP4197. 

BETTER GOLF THRU APPLIED RELAXATION, a 
lecture by Eddie Hamilton 4 Mike 
Austin. © Eddie Hamilton & Mike 
Austin; 25Nov60; C13377. 

THE BETTER SORT, a play in three acts 
by Howard Oinsberg. © Howard Ginsberg; 
25Nov60; DU52170. 

BETTY BOOP, by David S. Bate & others. 
© David S. Bate, Dave Bate 4 Jeff 
Smith; 7Sep60; C13236. 

BIBLE STORIES: DAVID AND GOLIATH, a 
play by the staff of Dramadlsc Pro- 
ductions. © Dramadlsc Productions, 
Inc.; l4Dec60; DU52255- 



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July-Dec. 



BIBLE STORIES: DAVID AND SAUL, a play 
by the staff of Dramadisc Productions. 
© Dramadisc Productions, Inc.; 
l4Dec60; DU52252. 

BIBLE STORIES: JOSEPH AND HIS BROTHERS, 
a play by the staff of Dranadlsc Pro- 
ductions. © Dramadisc Productions, 
Inc.; l4Dec60; DU52254. 

BIBLE STORIES: MOSES AND THE PLIOHT 
FROM EOYPT, a play by the staff of 
Dramadisc Productions. © Dramadisc 
Productions, Inc.; l4Dec60; DU52256. 

BIBLE STORIES: NOSES AND THE PROMISED 
LAND, a play by the staff of Drama- 
disc Productions. © DramadlBc Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; l4Dec60; DU52253. 

BIBLE STORIES: NOAH AND THE ARK, a play 
by the staff of Dramadisc Productions. 
© Dramadisc Productions, Inc.; 
l4Dec60; DU52257. 

BIBLE STORIES: SAMSON, a play by the 
staff of Dramadisc Productions. 
©Dramadisc Productions, Inc.; 
l4Dec60; DU52258. 

BIBLE STORIES: THE STORY OP RUTH, a 
play by the staff of Dramadisc Pro- 
ductions. ©Dramadisc Productions, 
Inc.; l4Dec60; DU52251. 

BIBLEEN, a play In three acts by William 
J. Ryan. © William J. Ryan; 8jul60; 
DU51303. 

THE BIDDIES; a play in three acts by 
Leo Jean Goldsmith, © Leo Jean 
Goldsmith; 23Jul60; Al|55502. 

THE BIG APE, a rip roaring comedy by 
Edmund B. McKlnstry. 1 act. © Edmund 
B. McKlnstry; 4Dec§0; DP4214. 

THE BIG CHEESE, a play In three acts by 
Vincent J. Longhl. © Vincent J. 
Longhl; 3Aug60; DU514J9. 

THE BIO ONE; script for the book of a 
musical comedy in two acts by Gilbert 
Aberg. Lyrics and music by Gilbert 
Aberg & Ray T. Fortunate NM: addi- 
tions. © Gilbert Aberg & Ray T. 
Fortunato; 26Jul60; DU51398. 

THE BIG SWEDE AND THE MIGHTY MITE, a 
television play in three scenes for a 
one-hour production, by Ethel Matson 
(Ethel Matson Read) © Ethel Matson 
Read; 17Nov60; DU52081. 

THE BIO TIME SPENDER; dialogue In two 
scenes by Hazel S. Kerrln k Lea Lendon. 
© The Wllstadala Music Co.; 26Sep60; 
DU51784 . 

THE BIO WHEEL; script for a television 
program by Mark Owens. © Mark Owens; 
20Sep60; C13280. 

BIMINI, a play In two acts by Ray Rus- 
sell. © Ray Russell; 15Dec60; 
DU52263. 



THE BIRDS, a comedy in three acts by 
Ann Chase, founded upon The birds of 
Aristophanes. NM: additions. 
© Ann Chase; 27Dec60; DU52319. 

BIRDS OF ARISTOPHANES. SEE THE BIRDS. 

THE BISHOP'S BOYS, a drama in 3 acts by 
Harry Atkinson & Dallas Sherman. 
Adapted from the original story of 
the same title by Dallas Sherman. 
1st draft. © Dallas B. Sherman; 
22Nov60; DU52124. 

THE BLACK, THE ORANGE; play in one act 
by Margery Gould Sharp. © Margery 
Gould Sharp; 50ct60; DU51827. 



BLACK VELVET, a play In three acts by 
G. Patrick O'Hara. © G. Patrick 
O'Hara; l6Sep60; DU51704. 



BLAISE; comedle en trols actes de Claude 
Magnler. (In Les oeuvres libres. 
Paris. No. 168, p.l4l-240) © Claude 
Magnler; lMay60; DFO-963. 

BLAKA KABONGA. SEE GOLDEN WOMEN. 

BLIND MAN'S BUFF, a play In one act by 
Wallace Dace. © Wallace Dace; 
12Jul60; DU51318. 

THE BLIND MOUTH, a play In three acts by 
Desmond Walsh, pseud, of Richard Power. 
© Richard Power; 15Jul60; DU51347. 

BLUE BOOK, a play in three acts by 

Charles Robert Falrweather. © Charles 
Robert Falrweather; 22Jun60; DU51483. 

THE BLUE PLUM TREE, an original libretto 
In three acts by Alex Tamkln. Text 
only. © Alex Tamkln; 280ct60; 
DU519tl . 

A BLUE RIBBON, a play in four acts by 
Oscar Frank Lucien. © Oscar Frank 
Luclen; 17Nov60; DU52085. 

BLUE SKY UP ABOVE ME; screenplay in 
three acts by Clarence Fischer, Jr. 
© Clarence Fischer, Jr.; 24Aug60; 
DU51564. 

BOAT DAY. (Antigua) A play with music 
in two acts by Edwin Oeorgl. NM: new 
matter. © Norcon, Inc.; 40ct60; 
DU51824. 

A BODY CAME TO TEA, a 30 mln. suspense 
melodrama for television by Joseph 
Golden. © Joseph Golden; 30ct60; 
DU51815. 

THE BODY POLITIC, a play in three acts 
by Frances M. Frleder. © Frances M. 
Frleder; l4jul60; DU51339. 

THE BOLDFACE TYPE, a play In three acts 
by Bud Lembke (Daryl E. Lembke) 
© Bud Lembke; 23Dec60; DU52301. 

BON VOYAGE, a play In three acts by 
Robert Hammond. © Robert M. Hammond; 
28Dec60; DU52314. 

BONES, a play for television by Charles 
Best. © Charles M. Best, Jr.; 8Nov60; 
DU52031. 

BONGO BOO BOO; monologue by Max Shaffer. 
© Max Shaffer; 240ct60; C13332. 

A BOOK OF PLAYS. Agnes David, editor. 

(The Pageant of literature) NM: new 

matter. © Macmlllan Co.; 30ct6o; 

AU66293. 
THE BOTKINS MAN; skit by Helen Hiddlng. 

© Helen Hiddlng; 28Jul60; DU51487. 

BOTTOMS-UP; original screenplay by 
Joseph J. Reynolds 4 Rosemary 0. 
Brinson. © Joseph J. Reynolds 8: 
Rosemary Greene Brinson; 21Nov60; 
DU52102. 

LE BOURGEOIS GENTLEMAN. SEE CABOCHE. 

A BOWL OF CHERRIES, a two-reel comedy 
by William Kronlck. © William Kronick; 
100ct60; DU51851. 

A BOY NAMED JOE. SEE THE HOUR OF 

ST. FRANCIS. 

THE BOY WHO WASN'T INVITED TO THE PARTY; 
monologue by Shelley Berman. © Calli- 
ope, Inc.; 15Sep60; C13231. 

BOYS WILL BE BOYS; 3 act play by Gloria 
Hurlbert (Mrs. Robert D. Hurlbert) 
© Gloria Claudine Rachel Hurlbert; 
l8jul60; DU51354. 

BOYS WILL BE MEN, a comedy in one act 
by Maurice McLoughlin. London, 
H. F. W. Deane. (Dean* '8 series of 
plays) © Maurice McLoughlin; 210ct60; 
DFO-1014. ' 



THE BRAVE CHIPMUNKS; dialogue over 
musical vamp by Ross Bagdasarian. 
Text only. © Monarch Mu3lc Co., Inc.; 
270ct60; DU51988. 

BRIDE AND PREJUDICE, a play with mu3ic 
in 2 acts. Book by Bea Edson (Bea- 
trice Edson) Music and lyrics by Ben 
Victor (Benjamin Victor) Text only. 
© Bea Edson & Ben Victor; 6jul60; 
DU51296 . 

BRIDGE OF SIGHS, a play in three acts by 
Thomas Muschamp. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) © Thomas 
Muschamp; 5Jul60; DF1355. 

BROADWAY, a musical play in two acts. 
Book & lyrics by Peter Hernandez. 
Text only. © Peter Hernandez; 
270ct60; DU51983. 

BROTHER HENRY, by Lionel Brown. London, 
H. F. W. Deane. 3 acts. (Deane's 
series of plays) © Lionel Brown; 
12Apr60; DFO-979. 

BROTHER JASPER, a comedy in three acts 
by Joseph Carole. © Joseph Carole; 
6Dec60; DU52207. 



BROTHER JUNIPER'S CHRISTMAS. 
THE HOUR OF ST, FRANCIS. 



SEE 



BUBBA. SEE THE CHAMBER MAN. 

BUILDING FOUR, UPSTAIRS. SEE FOUR UP. 

THE BURGLAR'S CHRISTMAS EVE. SEE 
THE OLD FIRM'S AWAKENING and THE 
BURGLAR'S CHRISTMAS EVE. 

BUSMAN'S HOLIDAY; three act musical 
play. Original script & lyrics by 
Margery Gould Sharp. Text only. 
© Margery Gould Sharp; 190ct60; 
DU51897. 

BUT NOT FOR LOVE, a. play in three scenes 
by Daniel N. Rubin. © Daniel N. 
Rubin; 22Aug60; DU51553. 

BUTTERFLY SUMMER, a play in three act3 
by Robert A. Potter. © Robert A. 
Potter; 28Dec60; DU52326. 

THE BUTTON, a television play by Edward 
Vandon Hamilton. © Edward Vandon 
Hamilton, Jr.; l8Nov60; DU52086. 

BY THE RIVERS, a play in three acts by 
Evelyn Selters (Mrs. Nelson Selters) 
NM: revisions. © Evelyn Selters; 
22Dec60; DU52311. 

THE BYGODYSSEY, a play with music in 
fifteen scenes by Steve Most (Stephen 
Most) Text only. © Stephen Most; 
l6Sep60; DU51708. 



C. NORTHCOTE PARKINSON EXPLAINS PARKIN- 
SON'S LAW. © C. Northcote Parkinson; 
7Jul60; C13128. 

CABBAGES AND KINGS; screenplay by Ray 
Owen, pseud, of R. Edward Spencer. 
Based upon characters & incidents in 
Cabbages and kings, a collection of 
short stories by William Porter 
(0. Henry, pseud.) © R. Edward 
Spencer; 30et60; DU51813. 

CABOCHE; ou, Le bourgeois gentleman. 
Comedle en 3 actes et un divertisse- 
ment de Jean Bernard -Luc, pseud, de 
Jean Boudousse. © Jean Bernard -Luc; 
l8Nov60; DU52112. 

CAESAR'S PENNY, a one-act Biblical play 
by Nell Ames, pseud, of Anthony J. 
Lowers. © Anthony J. Lowers; 17Nov60; 
DU52082. 






CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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THE CAKEMALKER; or. That sweet bitter 
fruit of fame . A completely original 
musl -drama screenplay by Betty J. 
Bowen. Text only. C Betty J. Bowen; 
170ct60; OT51862. 

ALIPH; screenplay by P. 0. Presnell. 
O Prank 0. Presnell; 100ct60; DU51853. 

CALL GIRL'S DAUGHTER, a play In three 
acts by Leslie Burton Blades. O Las- 
lie Burton Blades; 25NovoO; DU52151. 

CALL ME BY MY RIOHTPUL NAME, a play In 
three acts by Michael Shurtleff. 
"l.-haal Shurtleff; JNovoO; DUW998. 



CALL ME MISS, a comedy In one act by 
Hamilton Pitt. O Hamilton P: 
6Sep60; DU5164*. 

THE CALL TO THB PEAST. SEE THE MOTHS 
IK THB PLAME. 



CALLADOS COMO MUERTOS; comedla en tree 
actoa de Jose Maria Peman (Jose Maria 
Peman Pemartln) Madrid, Edlclones 
Aim. (Colecclon teatro, no. 31) 
C Joae Maria Peman; 22MayJ2; DP1337. 

'PANELLO. SEE THE IJIOHT BELL. 
CASDTDA. SEB PLAYS. 

CAPTAIN K1DD, a television play by Olenn 

Barrett. © Glenn Barrett; 21Sep60; 

D'J517»7. 
CAPTAIN NICKERSON; recording script by 

Leon B. Nlckerson. O Droll Yankees, 

Inc.; 9Aug60; C13184. 

THE CAPTAINS AND THE KIN OS , a play in 
three acts by Leo Lleberaan. C Leo 
Lleberman; 13Dec60; DU52245- 



LE CARAPON; piece en deux actes de 
Marc Bernard. O Marc Bernard; 
l8*ov60; D052111. 

THE CARETAKER, a play by Harold Pinter. 
London. Methuen 4 Co. 3 acta. 
C Theatre Promotions, Ltd.; 21Jul60; 
DPI 366. 

CARIBOO CAPERS; or, Love's trial. 
Script for a musical in three acts. 
Written by E. Halter (E. Halter-Zalud); 
edited by Art Keenan. Text only. 
O E. Halter-Zalud; 10Nov60; DU52161. 

CARIBOO SPRINOTIME, a musical comedy in 
four acts. Written by E. Halter 
(E. Halter-Zalud); edited by A. Keenan. 
Text only. C E. Halter-Zalud; 10Nov60; 
DU52162. 

THE CASE, a play In one act for women by 
P. E. 0. Lyons. London, H. P. W. 
Deane. (Deane's series of plays) 
© P. E. 0. Lyons; 130ct60; DPO-1030. 

CASE HISTORY, a series for radio by 
Harriet E. Modlln. Case history: 
Marcla Lawson; script in two acts. 
•© Harriet E. Modlin; 19Sep60; DU51723. 

THE CASE OP THE CHAMPAIGN UNION AND OP 
THE CHAMPAION COUNTY OAZETTE; a study 
in genealogy. A lecture by Icko Iben. 
Excerpt from an essay on the Cham- 
paign-Urbana Press, 1852-1960. © Icko 
Iben; 140ct60; C13335. 

THE CASE OF THE CONSCIENCE-STRICKEN 
SAVER; lecture prepared for oral 
delivery by Motivational Research 
Institute. © Motivational Research 
Institute; 20Jul60; C13134. 

THE CASE OF THE COSTLY TASSEL; audio 
script by Kalb, Voorhls 4 Co. © Kalb, 
Voorhis & Co.; 30Aug60; C13249. 

THE CASE OF THE WHISTLING BARREL. SEE 
INSPECTOR MCKAY: THE CASE OF THE 
WHISTLING BARREL. 



CAST THE LAST VOTE, a play in three acts 
by Robert Penoullh. © Robert M. 
Penoullh; 15JU160; DU513*2. 

CASTLE ON THE MOOR, a play for women In 
three acts by Elma Verity 4 Vera 
Arlett. London, H. P. W. Deane. 
(Deane's series of plays) © Elma 
Verity * Vera Arlett; 110ct60; 
DPO-1018. 

THE CAT PRINCESS, a play In two acts by 
Bill Hayden (William Hayden) 
O William Hayden; lAug60; DUJ1428. 

A CATHOLIC PRESIDENT; BCrmor bj C. A. 
Roberts, Jr. © C. A. Roberts, jr.; 
2Sep60; C13222. 

CATHOLIC WAR VETERANS OP AMERICA, SALVO 
SERIES; broadcasts 1-13 by James 
Jendraslak. C James L. Jendraslak; 
280ct60; CI 3336. 

:HB CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE. (Der Kau- 
kaslsche Krelderkrels) By Bertolt 
Brecht. Translators: James 1 Tanla 
Stem, with W. H. Auden. Music: Paul 
Dessau. Text only. 6 scenes. (In 
Plays, by Bertolt Brecht, v.l, p. 1-96. 
London) © James Stern, Tanla St. : 
W. H. Auden; 2'4Nov60; DP1216. 

CAUSES, PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OP 
PERIODONTITIS AND TOOTH DBCAY, by 
Lewis H. Dvorak. KM: additions 4 
revisions. O Lewis H. Dvorak; 
29Aug60; C13211. 

THE CELEBRITY, a play In two acts by Ann 
Rosenberg. O Ann Rosenberg; HJul60; 
DU51312. 

CELIA. SEE DESIGN POR KUBDER. 

CENTRAL PARK, a play In three acts by 
L. D. Oreenfleld (Lawrence Oreene, 
pseud.) O L. D. Oreenfleld; l8Jul60; 
DU51'»82. 

THB CHAMBER MAN, a three-act comedy by 
Edward Cope. Appl. states prev. reg. 
aa Bubba, 1959. © Edward Cope; 
30ct60; DU5I8I6. 

THE CHANCES OP CYBELE DOBB, a screenplay 
by John Reese. © John Reese; 26Sep60; 
DU51775. 

CHANOE OP MIND, a radio play by Rose 
Schneldeman. O Rose Schneldeman; 
21Nov60; DU52091. 

CHANOINQ MARBLES; play In three acts by 
Blanche C. La Croix. © Blanche C. 
La Croix; 60ct60; DU51837. 

CHAT QUITTE; comedle en trols actes par 
Hellet, pseud, de Madeleine Punck- 
Hellet. © Hellet; I4jul60; DU51386. 

CHECK! Script for a sound slldefilm In 
color, prepared for Prlgldalre Divi- 
sion, Oeneral Motors Corp. Writer: 
Samuel Beall. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Wilding, 
Inc.; 7Hov60; C13367. 

CHECKMATE - WITH DIRTY HANDS; screenplay 
by Plorenc-dletz, pseud, of Florence 
Dletz. © Florence Dletz; 31Aug60; 
DU51612. 

CHECKPOINT; dramatic composition in 

three acts by Clifford Stevens, pseud, 
of Clifford Welsse, and Joseph Asher. 
© Joseph Asher & Clifford Stevens; 
29Aug60; DU51538. 

CHERUBIM, a play by Mitchell Smith. 
© Michael Mitchell Smith; l6Nov60; 
DU52077. 

CHEV-RO-LUBY, CHEV-RO-LUBY, WHAT'S IT 
MEAN? Radio copy originated Thura., 
July 28, i960 by Edward Hess Prager. 
© Edward Hess Prager; 2Aug60; C13146. 



CHICKADEE, a musical comedy In two acta. 
Book by Jack Stapleton 4 Clint Powell; 
soore by Jack Stapleton 4 others. 
© Clint Powell 4 Jack Stapleton; 
31Aug60; DU51619. 

A CHILD OF TIME, a play In three acts by 
Patrick McQrath. © Patrick McGrath; 
5Jul60; DU51291. 

CHILDREN OF DESTINY; radio sorlpts 6-8 
of a series with music, written by 
Esther B. Olaser. © Esther B. Qlaser; 
l^NoveO; DU52056. 

A CHILD'S GAME, an original soreenplay 
by Rlohard Bernstein. Text only. 
© Acadmey Players Productions; 
30Nov60; DU52237. 

CHIT-CHAT ON A RAT; dialog script by 
C. Skrlvanek Atherton. C Camllle 
Skrlvanek Atherton; 23Nov60; DU52136. 

A CHOLEM IN ROIM. (Dream In space - the 
last Judgment) By Aaron Rappaport. 
Yiddish; title transliterated. 
© Aaron Rappaport; 250ot60; DU51920. 

CHRISTMAS CAME EARLY, a play In one act 
based upon aotual experiences by 
Claire Bestan. Technical assistance 
by Pransje Ten Braak. © Claire 
Bestan; 250ot60; DU51922. 

THE CHRISTMAS CHECK, a Christmas comedy 
In one act by Helen Havens McNalr. 
©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 7Sep60; DP4119. 

CHRISTMAS EVE QUEST, a play in one aot 
by Doris Estrada. O Doris Estrada; 
30ct60; DU51812. 

CHRISTMAS OREETINO BY PAUL ANKA. 

© Spanka Music Corp.; 25Nov60; C13376. 

CHRISTMAS IS A OIFT; screenplay in two 
acts by Lola Kovener. © Lola Kovener; 
I63ep60; DU51720. 

THE CHRISTMAS KEEPSAKE STORY, a serleB 
of radio scripts by Ronald F. Silver. 
©Ronald P. Silver; 70ct60; C13318. 

THE CHRISTMAS SECRET, a musical for 
children in one act, three scenes by 
Oracla Calnes 4 Beatrice Churchill. 
(V. K. Co., 85OO) © Willis Music Co.; 
10Jun60; DP4155. 

CHRISTMAS STORIES; 8 stories to be read 
in a series of television programs by 
Oar Voss. © Gar Vosa; 8Aug60; C13202. 

THE CHRISTMAS TROUBADOUR, an operetta in 
three acta for girls voices (S.S.A.) 
by Denlse Malnvllle (Sister Mary 
Denise) © Harold Flammer, Inc.; 
27Sep60; DPt212. 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, WORLD DISCOVERER, 
by Sam Levenson (Samuel Levenson) 
Script as prepared and presented on 
American Child Guidance Foundation 
program Something special. C Sam 
Levenson; 12Dec60; C13389. 

CINDERELLA; adaptation by Maria Ray 4 
Lyle Kenyon Engel. © Maria Ray 4 
Lyle Kenyon Engel; 2tAug60; C13203. 

CINDERELLA. SEE SIR OSBERT SITWELL'S 
THE CINDERELLA COMPLEX. 

CINDERELLA COMPLEX. SEE SIR OSBERT 
SITWELL'S THE CINDERELLA COMPLEX. 

CIRCA TWENTY PRODUCTIONS: THE THIRTIES; 
audio script for a program by Louis J. 
Na Val II. © Louis Joseph Na Val II; 
2Sep60; C13220. 

THE CIRCLE BEYOND FEAR, a choral drama 
by Darius Leander Swann. © Friend- 
ship Press, Inc.; 20Apr60; DP4193. 



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July-Dec. 



THE CIRCUIT RIDER; script for a tele- 
vision series by Bernard Rablnov^tz & 
"rank Barreoa. Prod, no.l: The people 
V3 Parnell. © Frank R. Barreoa & 
Bernard Rabinovitz; 23Dec60; DU52300. 

CIRCUS IK THE WIND, a comedy for young 
people with audience participation in 
three a"ts by Aurand Harris. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1949. NM: "revised 
& rewritten." © Samuel French, Inc.; 
28Jul60; DP4100. 

THE CITY OF LIGHT, a romantic ooraedy in 
five scenes by James Auer. © Jaraes M. 
Auer; 2Nov60; DU51981. 

THE CIVIL V.AR: LINCOLN'S SFEECH AT 
GETTYSBURGH. SEE GREAT MOMENTS TN 
I CAN H0ST0RY. 

CLARA BARTON AND THE VOLUNTARY SUPPORT 
OF THE ARMIES DURING THE CIVIL WAR, 
a pictorial lecture by Clyde E. Buck- 
ingham. © Clyde Edwin Buckingham; 
17Aug60; C15190. 

CLARITY BEGINS AT HOME, by Marguerite M. 
McConnell. 1 act. © Mansfield Area 
Chamber of Commerce; 21Sep60; DP4217. 

A CLEARING IN THE WOODS, a play in two 
acts by Arthur Laurents. Dramatists 
Play Service. NM: additions & changes. 
© Arthur Laurents; 21Dec60; DP4215. 

CLEO, THE CALICO CAT; screenplay by 
Jay Irvin, pseud, of Jules I. Oerber. 
© Jules I. Oerber; 26Sep60; DU51781. 

CLERAMBARD. SEE FOUR MODERN FRENCH 
COMEDIES. 

THE CLOWN PRINCE OF WANDERLUST, a 

fantasy In two acts by Douglass Park- 
hirst. © Samuel French, Inc.; 
6Sep60; DP4169. 

CLOWNS OF SHAKESPEARE AND HANS CHRISTIAN 
ANDERSEN, a play in two acts by Alek 
Primrose (William A. Primrose) Appl. 
author: Raymond Edward Johnson. 
© Alek Primrose; 280ct60; DU51944. 

CLUBS ARE TRUMPS, a farcical Lancashire 
comedy In two acts by Walter Green- 
wood. © Walter Greenwood; 22Nov60; 
DU52129. 

COAST TO COAST, a play in three acts by 
William Wlster Haines. © William 
Wlster Haines; 12Aug60; DU51576. 

COBWEBS BELONG IN ATTICS, a play in 

three acts by Allan Smith. © Allan G. 
Smith, Jr.; 2Aug60; DU51432. 

COCK IN THE SEA, a film script by Dan 
Wallace (Daniel Wallace) © Daniel 
Wallace; 25Nov60; DU52148. 

LA CODA DELLA VOLPE; coramedia in 3 atti 
di Alflo Berretta. © Alflo Berretta; 
l6Sep60; DU51736. 

THE CODE, a play In four acts by Sandra 
S. Hynson (Mrs. R. W. Hynson) & 
Charles D. Kean. © Sandra S. Hynson & 
Charles D. Kean; 5Jul60; DU512S7. 

COFFEE AND CONVERSATION, a musical play 
in two acts by Walter Slnton. 
© Walter James Sinton; 29Aug60; 
DU51847 . 

COFFIN REEFER; story and screenplay by 
Dehl Bertl. NM: adaptation Into 
screenplay, additions & revisions. 
© Dehl Bertl; l6Sep60; DU51709. 

COLD AND BEAUTIFUL, a drama in one act 
by E3ther Beeby. NM: revisions. 
© Banner Play Bureau, Inc.; 10Aug60; 
DP4089. 

COLD COMFORT, a play In three acts by 
Gladys S. Foster. © Gladys S. Foster; 
6jul60; DU51294. 



COLD MOLASSES, an unsophisticated story 
about unsophisticated people placed In 
sugar-maple country of Vermont in 3 
acts k 5 scenes. Book & lyrics by 
Charles S. Travers & Agatha Berkeley; 
music by Charles Hart. © Charles S. 
Travers, Charles Hart & Agatha 
Berkeley; 26Sep60; DU51829. 

COLLOQUIO COL TANGO; ovvero. La formica. 
Rltratto a 2 vocl. Libretto dl Carlo 
Terron; musica dl Raffaello de Ban- 
field. Mllano, Rlcordl. Libretto. 
© G. Rlcordl & C; 50ct59; DF1379. 

COLOR SCHEME, a play In three acts by 
Joseph Eaton. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU19213, 23Mar49 & DU41200, 25Nov55. 
NM: revisions. © Joseph Henry Eaton; 
3Aug60; DU51437. 

COME SHARE MY HOUSE, a comedy In three 
acts by Theodore Apsteln. S. French. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 25Jan60. 
© Theodore Apsteln; 15Nov60; DP4200. 

THE COMFORTABLE KELLY. SEE THE 
HOUR OF ST. FRANCIS. 

COMDT THRU THE RYE; dialogue over 
musical vamp by Ross Bagdasarlan. 
Text only. © Monarch Music Co., Inc.; 
280ct60; DU51997. 

COMMERCIALS FOR RADIO & TELEVISION FOR 
REMINGTON ELECTRIC SHAVER. Music & 
lyrics by Merle Chatto. No. 1-3. 
© Merle Chatto; 250ct60; C13345. 



COMMISSIONER. 
COMEDIES. 



SEE FOUR MODERN FRENCH 



COMMUNITY PSYCHOACOUSTICS - KEY TO AIR- 
CRAFT NOISE DESIGN AND OPERATION, by 
Bart Spano (Bartholomew S. Spano) 
© Bartholomew S. Spano & Polysonlcs; 
100ct60; C13321. 

COMPANY COMMANDER; tragedy In three acts 
by James Fredrick McQuilkin, pseud, of 
James A. MacQuilkin. © James A. 
MacQullkln; l4Nov60; DU52035. 

A CONCLUSION TO THE IMAGINARY INVALID. 
SEE THE IMAGINARY INVALID. 

CONESTOGA: A play in three acts by 
R. W. McRae. © Russell William 
McRae; 4Nov60; DU52011. 

CONFUCIOUS JONES, THE WISE-GUY; muBloo- 
drama in one act, 2 scenes (14 
minutes) by Verona Christensen. 
©Verona Christensen; 25Nov60; DU52157. 

THE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR, a 
dramatic television serial depicting 
the actions for which a person was 
awarded our nation's highest honor by 
Melvin Asher Young. Vol.1, no. 1-5. 
© Melvin Asher Young; lAug60; DU51514. 

THE CONSTANT LOVER, a play In three acts 
by Hans Ruesch. © Hans Ruesch; 
19Dec60; DU52307. 

CONSTANT, THE ARMARANTH, a three act play 
by Leslie Mercer, pseud, of Leslie 
Heldt. © Leslie Mercer; 170ct60; 
DU51888. 

CONTES DRAMATIQUES, by E. C. Hills & 
Mathurln Dondo. Rev. ed. © D. C. 
Heath & Co.; 2Sep60; Al+ 71+839 . 



CONTESTING IS LIKE THAT, a play In 
twelve scenes by Margaret C. Poston. 
© Margaret C. Poston; 26Aug60; DU5158< 

CONVERSATION-SINFONIETTA, a play in one 
3eene by Jean Tardieu. Transalted by 
George E. Wellwarth. © George E. 
Wellwarth; 27Jul60; DU51491. 



LE CORBEAU; screenplay by Charles M. 
Bernuth. © Charles M. Bernuthj 
7Dec60; DU52216. 

A CORRESPONDENCE; play in one act by 
Pauline Kael. © Pauline Kael; 
23Sep60; DU51765. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; Santa 
Fe, N. M., Apr. 2, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 
C13089. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED CYCLOPEA; Shasta Springs, 
Calif., Sept. 20, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 
C13094. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Santa Fe, N. M., 
Apr. 1, 1959. Recording script by 
Saint Germain Press. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 30ct60; C13296. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Shasta Springs, 
Calif., Aug. 9, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; lljul60; 
C13085 . 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Shasta Springs, 
Calif., Sept. 14, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 
C13113. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DADDY; Shasta Springs, 
Calif., Sept. 25, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 
C13090. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED DIVINE DIRECTOR; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Aug. 21, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Oermain Press. 
© Saint Oermain Press, Inc.; 30ct60; 

ci 3291. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED ELOHIM OF PEACE; Santa Fe, 
N. M., Mar. 30, 1959. Recording script 
by Saint Oermain Press. © Saint Oer- 
main Press, Inc.; 30ct60; C13295- 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GOD TABOR; Shasta Springs, 
Calif., Aug. 17, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; HJul60; 
C13095. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF JUSTICE; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Aug. 15, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 
C13097. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED GODDESS OF LIBERTY; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Sept. 17, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 
C13108. 

CORRESPONDINO TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LADY MASTER NADA; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Aug. 18, 1959. 
Recording script by Saint Oermain 
Press. © Saint Oermain Press, Inc.; 
30ct60; C13289. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED LADY MASTER NADA; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Sept. 16, 1958. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 
C13114. 



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CQRRBSPONDINO TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS; Santa Pe, 
M. M., Mar. 29, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Oermaln Press. 
O Saint Germain Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 
C13087. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MASTER JESUS THE CHRIST; 
Shaata Springs, Calif., Aug. 14, 1959. 
Recording script by Saint Oermaln 
Press. O Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; 
11JU160; C13098. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIOHTY ARCHANGEL MICHAEL; 
Shaata Springs, Calif., Sept. 13, 
1959. Recording script by Saint 
Oermaln Press. C Saint Oermaln Press, 
Inc.; Iljul60; C13107. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIOHTY VICTORY; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Sept. 23, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Oermaln Press. 
C Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; 11JU160; 
C13091. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED RULER OP THE VIOLET PLANET; 
Shasta Springs, Calif., Sept. 19, 
1959. Recording script by Saint 
Oermaln Press. O Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 11JU160; C13106. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT GERMAIN; Santa Pe, 
N. M., Mar. 31, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
O Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 30ct60; 

Cl 329*. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ELOHIM, BELOVED ORION; 
Santa Pe, N. M., Apr. 8, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
C Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 30ct60; 
C13302. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ELOHIM OF PEACE; Shaata 
Springs, Calif., Sept. 21, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Oermaln Press. 
O Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 
C13093. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIOHTY MASTER JESUS; Shasta Springs, 
Calif., Sept. 27, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Oermaln Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 

C 13086. 



CORRESPOTODM T O THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIOHTY ARCTURUS; Santa Pe, 
N. M., Apr. 6, 1959. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. O Saint Ger- 
main Press, Inc.; 30ct60; C13301. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIOHTY BLESSED SAINT 
GERMAIN; Shasta Springs, Calif., Aug. 
10, 1959. Recording script by Saint 
Germain Press. C Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 11JU160; C1310*. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY CYCLOPBA; Santa Pe, 
«. M., Apr. 3, 1959. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. O Saint Ger- 
main Press, Inc.; 30ct60; C13297. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIOHTY ELOHIM OP PURITY; 
Santa Pe, N. M., Apr. 7, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; 30ct60; 
C13300. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIOHTY HELIOS; Santa Pe, 
«. M., Apr. 10, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; 30ct60; 
CI 330*. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIOHTY HERCULES; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Aug. 16, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Oermaln Press. 
© Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 
C13096. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIOHTY HERCULES; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Sept. 16, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Oermaln Press. 
© Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; llJuloO; 
C13109. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIOHTY JESUS; San Pranclsco, 
Calif., Oct. 18, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Oermaln Press. © Saint 
Oermaln Press, Inc.; 30ct60; C13293. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Los 
Angeles, Calif., Nov. 19, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Oermaln Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; HJul60; 
C13103. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIOHTY VICTORY; Santa Pe, 
N. M., Apr. 11, 1959- Recording 
script by Saint Oermaln Press. 
© Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; 30ct60; 
C13305. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED MIGHTY VICTORY; Santa Pe, 
N. M., Nov. 28, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; HJul60; 
C13102. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT OERMAIN; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Sept. 13, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 
C13111. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BELOVED SAINT OERMAIN; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Sept. 26, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Oermaln Press. 
O Saint Germain Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 
C 13088. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY BLESSED ARCHANOEL MICHAEL; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Aug. 12, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Oermaln Press. 
O Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; HJul60; 
C131CO. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT COSMIC ANOEL; Shasta Springs, 
Calif., Sept. 17, 1958. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
O Saint Germain Press, Inc.; HJul60; 
C13112. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY GREAT RULER OP THE VIOLET PLANET; 
Santa Pe, N. M., Apr. 4, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
©Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; 30ct60; 
C13298. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ARCTURUS; Shasta Springs, 
Calif., Sept. 22, 1959- Recording 
script by Saint Oermaln Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; Iljul60; 
C13092. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIOHTY BELOVED ASTREA; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Aug. 13, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; HJul60; 
C13099. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY BELOVED HERCULES; Santa Fe, 
N. M., Apr. 5, 1959. Recording script 
by Saint Germain Press. © Saint Ger- 
main Press, Inc.; 30ct60; C13299. 



:0RRESP0NDIN0 TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIOHTY BELOVED SAINT OERMAIN; 
San Pranclsco, Calif., Oct. 17, 1959. 
Recording script by Saint Germain 
Press. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
30ct60; C13292. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIOHTY CYCLOPEA; Shasta Springs, 
Calif., Aug. 20, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; 30ct60; 
C13290. 
CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY ELOHIM, BELOVED CASSEOPIA; 
Santa Pe, N. M., Apr. 9, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; 30ct6O; 
C13303. 



CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIOHTY SANAT KUMARA; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Aug. 11, 1959. Re- 
cording script by Saint Germain Press. 
© Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; 11JU160; 
C13101. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIGHTY SANAT KUMARA; Shasta 
Springs, Calif., Sept. 15, 1959. Re- 
cording soript by Saint Germain Press. 
O Saint Oermaln Press, Inc.; HJul60; 
C13110. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE RECORDED DICTATION 
BY MIOHTY VICTORY; Los Angeles, 
Calif., Nov. 17, 1959. Recording 
script by Saint Oermaln Press. 
© Saint Oermaln Press, Inc; HJul60; 
C13105. 

CORTE SAVELLA; opere dl Anna Bantl. 

Mllano. 3 attl. (Narratorl italianl, 
vol.72) O Arnoldo Mondadori Edltore; 
30May6O; DPO-999. 

COUNTRY MUSIC, a half -hour television 
play by Louise Crago (Mrs. R. E. Crago) 
O Louise Crago; l6SepbO; DU51711. 

THE COUNT'S MARIE, a play for women in 
one act by Ronald Parr. London. 
(Prenoh's acting edition) © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 6Sep60; DF137 1 *. 



A COURT FOR OWLS, a play In one act by 
E. K. Evans, Jr. © Edward K. Evans, 
Jr.; 100ct60; DU51852. 



COWBOY ON THE MOON. 
THE MOON. 



SEE ROUNDUP ON 



CRAZY HORSE, a drama of the Plains 

Indian and the Black Hills In two acts 
by Herbert Krause. © Herbert Krause; 
I8jul60; DU51350. 

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT; dramatized by 
Marcel DuBols. Prom the novel by 
Fyodor Dostoevsky. Translated from 
the French by Charles X. Chichester, 
pseud. 3 acts. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
30Sep60; DP4187. 

CRIME ON GOAT ISLAND. (Delltto all' 
Isola delle Capre) A play in three 
acts by Ugo Bettl; translated by Henry 
Reed. London, S. French. (French's 
acting edition) ® Henry Reed; 21Jun60; 
DF1356. 

CRISIS; or, Motive, a melodrama in two 
acts by Chester Ersklne. © Chester 
Ersklne; l40ct60; DU51881. 

A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE FOUCAULT 
PENDULUM, by Maxwell Slgmund. 
©Maxwell Sigmund; 28Nov60; C13391. 

THE CROCK OF OOLD; play in three acts by 
V. Saffold Booth based on the novel by 
James Stephens. © V. Saffold Booth; 
250ct60; DU51921. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



CROSS COUNTRY; script for a television 
series by Carl Cordell, pseud, of 
Carl B. Caudill, Jr. © Carl B. 
Caudlll, Jr.; 250ct60; C13358. 

THE CRUISE OF THE U.S.S. CODFISH, by Bob 
Newhart (George R. Newhart) © Bob 
Newhart Pub. Co.; 7Jul60; C13118. 

A CRY IN THE NIGHT, a drama In three 
acts by Ruth K. Pearl. © Ruth Pearl; 
4Aug60; DU51448. 

A CRY IN THE WIND, a play In one 3cene 
by Margaret F. Jennings (Mrs. Melvln 
N. Jennings) © Margaret F. Jennings; 
8Aug60; DU51466. 



CRY THE BELOVED COUNTRY. 
WEITE WEG. 



SEE DER 



THE CRYSTAL BOWL; thirty minute televi- 
sion program script conceived by 
Lucille Wyatt & Marjorle Renault. 
© Lucille Wyatt & Marjorle Renault; 
llJul60; 013084. 

CUL-DE-SAC, a one act play by Donald 
Maxwell Segall. © Donald Maxwell 
Segall; 8Sep60; DU51655. 

THE CULTURAL MILIEU AND AMERICAN INDIAN 
MUSIC, a music lecture delivered by 
Louis W. Ballard at the first Indian 
Festival of Arts in La Grande, Oregon 
on June 28, i960. © Louis W. Ballard; 
21Jul60; C13135. 

CUMULIFORM, a play In three acts by 
George Ellas Karas. © George Ellas 
Karas; lAug60; DU51426. 

THE CUPBOARD, a thriller In one act for 
women by Olivia Ashdowne. London, 
H. F. W. Deane. (Deane's series of 
plays) © Olivia Ashdowne; l4Apr60; 
DFO-967. 



A CURE FOR EXISTENCE. 
RIVER DREAK. 



SEE AN EAST 



CURSE THE DARKNESS, a play In four acts 
by Margaret Mulligan Black. © Mar- 
garet Mulligan Black; 22Aug60; DU51545. 



THE CURTAIN FALLS. 
FORMANCE. 



SEE FINAL PER- 



CYRANO D. BERGER, a play with music In 
two acts by Lorraine Flocks. Lyrics 
by Marcy Tauber. Text only. 
© Lorraine Flocks; 20Jul60; DU51366. 



D 



D IS FOR DANGER, a one -act drama by 
Charles Emery. © Charles Emery; 
210ct60; DU51890. 

DADDY PLAY WITH ME; one act play, two 
scenes by Rose Hoffman. © Rose Hoff- 
man; 14Nov60; DU52054. 
DAGGER OF THE SEVEN DEATHS, a mystery 
drama In three acts written by Anton 
Arnold. © Anton Arnold; 170ct60; 
DU51884 . 

DAISY CHAIN; screenplay by Peter V. 
Busattl and Sven Thornblad . 
C Peter V. Busattl fc Sven Thornblad; 
27Sep60; DU51789. 

LA DAME AUX CAMELIAS. SEE SHE WORE 
CAMELLIAS. 

LA DAME DE CHEZ MAXIM. SEE DIE DAME 
VOM MAXIM. 

DIE DAME VOM MAXIM. La dame de Chez 
Maxim. Elne farce In 3 Akten von 
Georges Feydeau. Neue adaption von 
Heinz Wunderllch. Wiesbaden. 
© Ann & Slmrock, Bithnen & Musikverlag; 
7Jan60; DFO-1009. 



DANCING ON MY TOES; in labanotation. 
Children's dance routine with word 
description. Lyric by R. I. Allen; 
music by Joseph Meyer; choreography by 
Gertrude Hallenbeck. Appl. author: 
M. Witmarlc * Sons, employer for hire of 
Gertrude Hallenbeck. © M. Wltmark 8c 
Sons; 50ct60; DP4147. 

DANGER INSIDE, a comedy thriller by 
Falkland L. Cary & Ivan Butler. Lon- 
don, French. 3 acts. (French's act- 
ing edition) © Falkland L. Cary & 
Ivan Butler; l80ct60; DFI383. 

THE DANGEROUS DOLL, a fantastical farce 
in 3 acts by Cliff Halle, pseud, of 
Clifford V. Hall. © Cliff Halle; 
21Jul60; DU51373. 

THE DARK AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS, by 
William Ingt. Acting ed. Dramatists 
Play Service. MM: additions 4 
changes. © William Inge; 15Nov60; 
DP 4176. 

A DATE FOR DANNY. SEE PAGING DANNY 
WEBSTER: A DATE FOR DANNY. 

DAVID AND GOLIATH. SEE BIBLE STORIES: 

DAVID AND GOLIATH. 
DAVID AND SAUL. SEE BIBLE STORIES: 

DAVID AND SAUL. 

THE DAY BEFORE TOMORROW, a drama in three 
acts by D. W. Mackley . © Dale Walter 
Mackley; 190ct60; DU51895. 

DAY IN IRELAND, an original musical play 
for Dennis Day on television. Script 
& lyrics by Ann Fraser (Mrs. Richard 
Fraser); music by Tom Fulton; story 
Idea by Ed Marlneau, John Norman & Ann 
Fraser. © Ann Fraser 8: Tom Fulton; 
19Sep60; DU51732. 

A DAY IN THE MEN'S WARD, a musical comedy 
In three acts by Odell Sllvey Duckworth. 
Text only. © Odell Sllvey Duckworth; 
I40ct60; DP4152. 

A DAY TO REMEMBER, a one act play for 
3even women by Sylvia Davidson. 
London, H. F. W. Deane. © Sylvia 
Davidson; 23Feb60; DFO-971. 



DAYS 0' LANG SYNE, a play In two acts 
by Joseph Scott, pseud, of Joseph 
Klrland. © Joseph Scott; 210ct60; 
DU51905. 

DAYS OF ILLUSIONS, a television play by 
Peter Woitltz. © Peter Woltltz; 
I8jul60; DU51455. 

DAYS ON END, a play by Mark Buccl & 
Donna Jones. © Mark Buccl & Donna 
Jones; 7Dec60; DU52250. 

DAYTON (WHY NOT?) ALLEN, the amazing 
adventures of Dayton Allen on the 
Steve Allen television show by Dayton 
Allen. Scripts 1-11. © Rosemeadow 
Pub. Corp.; 6Sep60; C13217. 

THE DEADLY GAME, a play In two acts by 
James Yaffe. Adapted from the novel 
Trapps, by Frederick Duerrenmatt. 
Dramatists Play Service. KM: addi- 
tions & changes. © Wilkes -Manchester 
Productions lc James Yaffe; 15Nov60; 
DP4194. 

DEAR LIAR, a comedy of letters. In 
2 acts by Jerome Kilty. Adapted ... 
from the correspondence of Bernard 
Shaw & Mrs. Patrick Campbell. Lon- 
don, M. Relnhardt. © Jerome Kilty; 
25Jul60; AI-6769. 

DEAR MADAM, a comedy for women in two 
acts by Nina Warner Hooke. London, 
French. (French's acting edition) 
© Nina Warner Hooke; 30Aug60; DPI 377. 



THE DEATH AND LIFE OF LARRY BENSON, a 
play in three acts by Reginald Rose. 
Stage version by Kristin Sergei adapt- 
ed from the television 3how of the 
same name. Dramatic Pub. Co. 
© Reginald Rose; 29Aug60; DP4117. 



A DEATH IN VALHALLA, a ninety -minute 
television play by Louise Crago (Mrs. 
R. E. Crago) © Louise Crago; 31Aug60; 
DU51614. 



THE DEATH OF BESSIE SMITH, a play in 
eight scenes by Edward Albee. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Edward 
Albee; 20Jul60; DU51365. 

THE DEATH OF BESSIE SMITH. SEE THE 
ZOO STORY. 

DEEP-IN STORIES EVERY AMERICAN SHOULD 
KNOW, PT.l: America's creative music 
form, classic ragtime. Sections 1-3- 
A 90 mln. television music-story pro- 
duction in 3 l/2-hr. sections by Ann 
Vanderlee & John Vanderlee. © Ann 
Vanderlee Se John Vanderlee; 3Nov60; 
CI 3350. 

THE DEER AND THE RIVER, a comedy-drama 
in four acts by Frank Wattron. 
© Frank J. Wattron, Jr.; l8Jul60; 
DU51456. 

DEFIANT ISLAND. (The tragedy of Henry 
Christophe) A play in four acts by 
James Forsyth. © James Forsyth; 
6Dec60; DU52210. 

DELAY IN ROUTE; screenplay by George 
Minor. © George I. Minor; 8Sep60; 
DU51657. 

DELITTO ALL' ISOLA DELLE CAPRE. SEE 
CRIME ON GOAT ISLAND. 

THE DEN OF LIONS, a play In four acts by 
Howard Berenson. © Howard Berenson; 
26Aug60; DU51582. 

THE DENTIST; monologue by Shelley Berman. 
© Calliope, Inc.; 8Nov60; C13355. 

DESERT MECCA, a play in three acts by 
Sari Scott. © Sari Elizabeth Scott; 
9Sep60; DU51663. 

DESIGN FOR MURDER, a mystery thriller in 
three acts by George Batson. 
S. French. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Cella, 1953. NM: "revised & rewrit- 
ten." ©George Batson; 19Jul60; 
DP4102. 

THE DESTROYING AGENT, a play in three 
periods, 1918-1935-1951, by Julian 
Fa Jans, pseud, of Caroline R. Fa Jans. 
© Caroline R. Fajans; 70ct60; DU51844. 

DEUCES ARE WILD. SEE BEFORE BREAKFAST. 

THE DEVIL IN MY HEART; words & music by 
Red Bailey. © Yonah Music Co.; 
l6Aug60; C13201. 

DEVIL TO PAY! A play in three acts by 
Claire Carroll. © Claire Carroll; 
7Dec60; DU52212. 

DER DIAMANT DES GEISTERKONIGS; 
Zauberspiel in zwel Aufzugen von 
Ferdinand Ralmund. Eingeleitet von 
Gustav Pichler. Wien. (Ost-: rreich- 
Reihe, Bd.121) NM: introd. © Berg- 
land Verlag Gesellschaft M.B.H. ; 
25Nov60; AFO-32065. 
THE DIAMOND TOOTH, a comedy in one act 
by Colin Cooper. London, H. F. W. 
Deane. © Colin Cooper; 23Feb60; 
DFO-976. 
DIANA AND TUDA, a drama in three acts by 
Luigi Pirandello. Translated from the 
Italian by Marta Abba (Marta Abba 
Millikin) S. French. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 1950 • © Marta Abba 
Millikin; 28Jul60; DP4105. 



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DIDO AMD AENEAS, opera In three acta by 
Henry Purcell. Realised It edited by 
Benjamin Britten ft Imogen Hoist; li- 
bretto by Nahum Tate; German transla- 
tion by Ludwljc Landgraf, pseud, of 
Prlnz Ludwlg von Heasen und bel Rheln. 
London. Vocal score. C Hawkea & Son 
(London) Ltd.; 250ct60; DTO-IOJ*. 

THE DIPPICULT BLUE. (El oso tete 

amarlllo) By Egon Wolff. Translated 
from the Spanish by M. Carol Russell. 
C Egon 0. Wolff i Marilyn C. Russell; 
12Dec60; DC52242. 

A DILLAR, A DOLLAR, a musical play In 
two acts. Book by Claude ft Alice 
Barlow; music A- lyrics by Lorle Qrls- 
wold (H. Loralne Oriswold) O Claude 
A. a Alice V. Barlow a Lorle Oriswold; 
25*ov60; DD52155. 



UN DIN ER QUI COMMENCE MAL. 
THIRTEEN AT TABLE. 



SEE 



DINKY 'S WISH, a marionette play In three 
acts by Claude Saum. O Claude Saum; 
12Dec60; DD52233. 

THB DINNER BELL; screenplay by George 
Minor. O Oeorge I. Minor; 3Sep60; 
DU51653. 

A DISCUSSICm OP J OHN WANARAKER'S STATE- 
MENT ON ADVERTISING, by Ouy C. Shearer. 
C Guy C. Shearer; 30ct60; C13286. 

A DISTANT BELL, a drama In three acts 
by Katherlne Morrill. S. French. 
Prev. reg. aa When the wind Is souther- 
ly. 1951. NM: "revised and rewritten." 
C Katherlne Morrill; 6Sep60; DP4168. 

LA DIVTNA PELEA; comedla en dos partes, 
original de Jose Maria Peman (Jose 
Maria Peman Pemartln) Madrid, Edi- 
clones Alfll. (Colecclon teatro, 
no. 109) O Jose Maria Peman; 70ct5*; 
DF1339. 

DO-IT-YOURSKLF .310W. SEE SPONSOR'S 
DO-IT-YOURSELF SHOW, N0.1. 

DO YOU HAVB A WOMAN IN YOUR ROOM? A 
comedy In three acts about the hotel 
business by Bernard Pabrlzl. 
O Bernard Pabrlzl; 8jul60; DU51304. 

DO YOU KNOW YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY? Audio 
script by Lothar Marcell Hutter a 
Felicia Hutter KnowleB. Program no. 2. 
Appl. states prev. reg. CI0653. NM: 
revisions. O Lothar Marcell Hutter a 
Pellcla Hutter Knowles; lSep60; C13216. 

DODGE LINE DISPLAY FILM, a shooting 
script for a sound motion picture pre- 
pared for Dodge Division. Writer: Jim 
Land. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire, e Wilding, Inc.; 
25Jul60; C13171. 

DOES DETROIT REALLY NEED AN INCOME TAX? 

By H. J. Brachman. © H. J. Brachman; 

15Jul60; C1.5175. 
DOLCIN COMMERCIALS (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Victor 

van der Llnde Co. © Dolcln Corp. 

No. 

I36-I59. Aug. 1, I960. © lAug60; 
C13180. 

A DOLL'S HOUSE. SEE SONGBIRD. 

DONOGOO, a play in three acts with a 
prologue and an epilogue by JuleB 
Romalns. Translated by James B. 
Oldney. © James B. Oldney; 6Dec60; 
DU52206. 

DON'T ANNOY THE GHOSTS, a comedy in 
three acts by Esther Beeby. © Esther 
Beeby; 12Aug60; DU51509. 

DON'T CALL IT FRISCO; musical play in 
three acts by Malvlna Reynolds. 
© Malvlna Reynolds; 240ct60; DU51916. 



DON'T SHOOT CUPID; screenplay In three 
acts by Rosamond Ritchie Moore (Mrs. 
Henry W. Moore) © Rosamond Rltohle 
Moore; 29Aug60; DU5159*. 

DON'T TAKE MY PENNY'. SEE PENNY. 

D0RNR6"SCHEN, eln Klndermarchen-Lustaplel 
In drel Blldern von Robert Burkner. 
Hamburg. O Richard Bars BUhnenverlag, 
"Die Rampe"; 20Dec59; DFO-9&7. 



K.G. 



DOUBLE CROSS. 
PRUDENCE . 



SEE HOMICIDE PAR 



DOUBLE PACTORS, a play In three acts by 
Gene Vler (Eugene P. Vier) © Eugene 
P. Vler; 27Dec60; DU52306. 

DOUBLE IMAGE. SEE GOG ET MAGOG. 

DOWN THE HATCH, a musical comedy In 
three acts by Bill Qargaro (willlam J. 
Oargaro) Text only. © William J. 
Qargaro; 7Deo60; DU52214. 

DOWN THESE STREETS; shooting script by 
Mario Martinez A Joseph R. Masefleld 
based on the original story by Mario 
Martinez. © Mario Martinez A Joseph 
R. Masefleld; 22Sep60; DU51761. 

DOWN TO EARTH, a one act play by Lewis 
a Martha Gorman. O Lewis a Martha 
Gorman; JONov60; DU52172. 



DOWN TO EARTH; recording script by 
Jonathan Winters. Side A-B. 
MG V-15011. © Verve Records, Inc.; 
30Mov60; C13375- 

rHE DRAGON; lyric comedy In one act, 
three soenes based on the play by 
Lady Gregory. Book, lyrics, and 
music by Deems Taylor. © Deems 
Taylor; 21JU160; DU51379. 

DRAMATISHE SHRIFTN. (Dramatic plays) 
12 selected plays about Yiddish life 
abroad by Jacob Singer (Jake Singer) 
Tel Aviv, I. L. Peretz Library. Title 
transliterated. Appl. states some 
plays prev. pub. in the Yiddish maga- 
zine Cheshbon blotter, 1956-58. 
© Jacob Singer; 6Peb60; DF13»0. 

DRAMATISCHE WERKE von Ferdimmd Rairaund. 
Hrsg. und rait elnem Vorwort und 
Nachxort vorsehen, von Guatav Plchler. 
Wlen. 2 v. © Bergland Verlag 
G.M.E.H. ; 120ct60; AF0-31693. 

DREAM IN SPACE - THE LAST JUDGMENT. 
SEE A CHOLEM IN ROIM. 

DREAMER'S PARADISE; original screenplay 
by William Grefe. © William Grefe III; 
I80ct60; DD51892. 

DREAMS RETURN IN THE SPRINGTIME, a play 
In three scene b by Lewis M. Steel. 
© Lewis M. Steel; 7Dec60; DU52213. 

DRIVIN' ME CRAZY; monologue by Betty 
Walker, pseud, of Edith Zwang. 
© Betty Walker; l8Jul60; C13165. 

DRIVINO INSTRUCTOR, by Bob Newhart 
(George R. Newhart) © Bob Newhart 
Pub. Co.; 8jun60; C13120. 

DRUMS, DROLLERY, AND DRIVEL, a monolog 
by Alan Abel. C Alan Abel; l4Dec60; 
C13403. 

DRUMS UNDER THE WINDOWS, by Sean 

0' Casey. Adapted in two acts by Paul 
Shyre. © Paul Shyre; 25Jul60; DU51393. 

THE DRUNKARD'S DREAM, an original drama 
in three acts aa it was written and 
performed In 1872 by George H. Booth 
and as revised and performed in i960 
by his great-grandson Ken Jon Booth 
(Kenneth Jon Booth) NM: revisions. 
© Kenneth Jon Booth & Jackson Hole 
Players, Inc.; 5Jun60; DP4069. 



DUET, two plays by Lewis Michael Stern. 
Pt.l: Ooglepoop, in two acts; pt.2: 
Triangle, in three acts. © Lewis M. 
Stern; 12Dec60; DU52280. 

DUST SPOTS ON THE GREEN, a play in three 
acts by Charles D. Shaokelford. 
© Charles D. Shackelford; 15Aug60; 
DU51521. 

THE DYBBUK, by S. Ansky. A new adapta- 
tion In five acts by Joseph LIbs. 
© Joseph Lisa; lAug60; DU51427. 

THE DYNAMIC INTEGRAL LEARNINO AND TEACH- 
ING OP LANOUAOE; script for a series 
of four films by Marguerite B. Dore. 
Pt.3: The basic and general principles 
of integral communication through lan- 
guage. © M. B. Dore; l80et60; C133'*0. 



E OLA EMMALANI. (Queen Emma speaks) 
Documentary play in fifteen scenes on 
the occasion of the centennial cele- 
bration of the Queen's Hospital by 
Nesta Obermer a Paul Larsen. © Mrs. 
Seymour Obermer; 30Jun60; DU51515. 

EAQLE IN THE MUD, a new comedy in three 
acts by Victor Clement. © Victor K. 
Clement; 6jul60; DU51295. 

EARLY PL/.YS. SEE IN THE JUNGLE OF 

cm 

EARNEST IS THE WEST, a play in three 
acts by Peter Ramsey, pseud, of Robert 
Melancon. Adapted from Oscar Wilde's 
The importance of being Earnest. 
© Peter Ramsey; 15Nov60; DU52O70. 

AN EAST RIVER DREAM; or, A cure for 
existence. A comedy in two acts by 
Alan Rossett, pseud, of Alan Rose. 
O Alan Ross; 13Dec60; DU52247. 

EAST TWILIOHT; film play by Rudy 
Martinelli. © Rudy Martinelll; 
120ct6O; DU51870. 

EAST WALL, WEST WALL, a play by Philip 
Orayson. © Philip Orayaon a Gloria 
Grayson; 15Dec60; DU52264. 

THE ECHO, a 30 minute TV play by 
Mlnda Z. Lothar, pseud, of Augusta 
Folshln. © Mlnda Z. Lothar; 
6Dec60; DU52230. 

AN ECHO OF WINGS, a drama In one act by 
George Herman. © Samuel French, Inc.; 
8Apr60; DP4096. 

ECLIPSE DAY, a 3-act American comedy for 
television by Bernard Sabath. 
© Bernard Sabath; 15Nov60; DU52065. 

THE EDGE OF SHELLEY HERMAN; recording 
script by Shelley Berman. © Verve 
Records, Inc.; 130ct60; C13370. 

EDIBLE POETS, a play in one act by 
Charles Best. © Charles Best; 
4Aug60; DU514H. 

EDUCATION'S CRUCIAL IMPORTANCE TODAY, 
by William E. Kerstetter. © William 
Edward Kerstetter; 28Dec60; C1341J. 

THE EFFECT OF MIXING INTENSITY ON THE 
DISPERSION OF COATING PIGMENTS IN 
WATER, by N. Mlllman a J. B. Whitley. 
© J. M. Ruber Corp.; lAug60; C13235. 

AN EFFECTIVE BREATHING CONTROL MANEUVER, 
by Edward Matzger. © Edward Matzger; 
260ct60; C13334. 



THE EGG, a play In two acts by Fellclen 
Marceau. Adapted by Robert Schlltt. 
Appl. states prev. pub. as L'Oeuf, 
1957. NM: English translation. 
© Robert Schlltt; l6Nov60; DU52078. 



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July-Dec. 



THE EGGHEAD AND I; dialogue by Danny 
Davis. 15 parts. © Vernon Music 
Corp.; 12Jul60; C13123. 

EGMONT; a tragedy In five acts by 
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Trans- 
lated from the German by Wlllard R. 
Trask. Introd. by Alexander Gode 
von Aesch. NM: translation & Introd. 
© Barron's Educational Series, Inc.; 
22Aug60; A1+6U399. 

EIOHTEEK HANDS HIGH, a serious play In 
three acts by B. J. Burleson. © Bobby 
James Burleson; 19Dec60; DU52273. 

BTI.T.KY ORHUM, a musical comedy In four 
acts. Story, lyrics & music by Marlon 
Cowen. Libretto & musical score. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Marlon 
Cowen; 10Oct60; DU51872. 

DER EISERNE HEINRICH. SEE DER FROSCH- 
KONIG. 

ELECTRA, a play by Sophocles. Trans- 
lated by Theodore H. Banks. © Theo- 
dore Howard Banks; 8Nov60; DU52028. 

ELECTROSHOCK THERAPY; manuscript for 
recording by Hugh D. Rlordan Jc others. 
©Psyche, Inc.; 28Sep60; C13288. 

ELEMENTARY MY DEAR WATSON, a new musical 
comedy In two acts based on characters 
suggested by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. 
Music by Gary Long; lyrics by Gary Sc 
Sharalyn Long; book by Sharalyn Long. 
© Gary Long & Sharalyn Long; 9Aug60; 
DU51508. 

L'ELISIR D'AMORE. (The elixir of love) 
Comic opera In two acts. Music by 
Oaetano Donizetti; libretto by Felice 
Romani. English version by Ruth & 
Thomas Martin. Libretto. (0. Schlr- 
mer's collection of opera librettos) 
©0. Schirmer, Inc.; 17Nov60; DP4186. 

ELIXIR OF LOVE. SEE L'ELISIR D'AMORE. 

EMBARCADERO: THE LADY IN JADE; screen- 
play written by Robert J. Shaw. 
© Robert J. Shaw; lAug60; DU51424. 

EMBARK FOR TOMORROW, a one act play by 
Audrey McKlm. © Friendship Press, 
Inc . ; 6Jun60; DP4191 . 

EMERGENCY ROOM, a new television series 
by Lloyd 0. Wolfe. Pilot script: 
An eye for an eye. © Lloyd Q. Wolfe; 
25Nov60; DU5215?. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES, a musical 
comedy In one act. Lyrics by Wlllard 
Bain; music by Jon Appleton. © Jon 
Howard Appleton & Wlllard Slocum Bain, 
Jr.; 20Jul60; DU51368. 

EN AVANT, COCO; or. Silence In the 
cocktail party. A play in two short 
non-acts by Judith Johnson Sherwin. 
© Judith Johnson Sherwin; 26Sep60; 
DU51777. 

EN CROISADE, a comedy in certain quar- 
ters in one act by David S. Cole. 
© David S. Cole; 19Sep60; DU51727. 

THE END OF A NUISANCE, WE HOPE, an 
address to be delivered by J. D. 
Wilson. © J. D. Wilson; 30ct60; 

CI 3311. 

THE END OF THE DIVING BOARD, a new play 
in two acts by William Case. 
© William R. Case; 9Dec60; DU52227. 

END OF THE LINE; screenplay by Bert L. 
Shepard. © Bert L. Shepard; l6Sep60; 

DU51714. 

ENTRANCES AND EXITS. Selected by 
Phyllis Fenner & Avah Hughes. 
Illustrated by Frank Kramer. Dodd, 
Mead. © Phyllis Fenner & Avah Hughes; 
23Sep60; Al;70625. 



ENTRY E, a play In three acts by Norman 
A. Brooks. Based on a novel by 
Richard Frede. © Norman Brooks; 
9Sep60; DU51665. 

ERSTE STUCKE. SEE IN THE JUNGLE OF 
CITIES. 

DIE ERWECKUNG DES ZOSIMTR; drei Akte 
von Franz Theodor Csokor. Wien. 
(Neue Dlchtung aus Osterreich, 
Bd.75) © Bergland Verlag Gesell- 
schaft M.B.H.; 25Nov60; AFO-32071. 

THE ESCAPADES OF VINNIE AND VANNIE, 
a situation comedy serial half -hour 
TV and/or radio program by Sam Brown- 
steln (Samuel Hyman Brownsteln) First 
episode: The party. © Samuel Hyman 
Brownsteln; 310ct6O; DU5195*. 

ESSCOM; script for a live or filmed play 
In three acts by George Minor. 
© Oeorge I. Minor; 240ct60; DU51912. 

ESTHER; three act drama by Marjorie 
Talbot. © Marjorie Talbot; l8Jul60; 
DU51459. 

EVEN IN TRANSYLVANIA, a comedy In two 
acts by Tom Burke (Thoma3 D. Burke) & 
Susan Brady. © Thomas D. Burke & 
Susan Brady; 8Sep60; DU51656. 

AN EVENING OF MURDER, a play in one act 
by Harry H. McGraugh. © Harry H. 
McGraugh; 20Jul60; DU51410. 
AN EVENING WITH MIKE NICHOLS AND ELAINE 
MAY, by Mike Nichols & Elaine May. 
© MRC Pub. Co., Ino.; 5Dec60; DU52200. 

EVENINGSONG; 1 act play by Mia Aprlzian. 

© Mia Aprlzian; 14Sep60; DU51691. 
EVER SINCE ADAM, a play In three acts 
by Irene E. Porter. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Whoa there, Silas. NM: 
revisions. © Irene Elizabeth Porter; 
21Nov60; DU52H9. 

EVER SINCE APRIL, by Nora Stirling, with 
a specially written discussion guide. 
American Assn. of Retired Persons. 
1 act. (Plays for living) © Nora 
Stirling; 110ct60; DP4181. 

EVERY CHRISTIAN, A BIBLE STUDENT; a 
rally day service by Concordia Pub. 
House. Appl. author: Paul Pallmeyer. 
© Concordia Pub. House; 6Junb0; 
A456698. 

EVERYBODY SHOUT, a musical revue In 

three acts. Book & lyrics by Flournoy 
E. Miller; lyrics & mu3ic by Olivette 
Miller. Text only. © Flournoy E. 
Miller; 29Jul60; DU51462. 
EVERYBODY'S SECRET, a comedy for the 
fair-sex in one act by Charles George. 
Dramatists Play Service. © Charles 
George; 29Aug60; DP4114. 

THE EXPATRIATE, a play in two acts by 
Norman Thaddeu3 Vane, p3eud. of Norman 
Thaddeua Vein. © Norman Thaddeus 
Vane; 4Aug60; DU51449. 

THE EXPLAINERS, a revue In two acts by 
Jules Feiffer. © Jules Felffer; 
240ct60; DU5191*. 

EXPLANATION OF DEALER RESPONSIBILITIES 
FOR THE BENEFIT OF SUPERVISORY PER- 
SONNEL. SEE THE NUTCRACKER SYSTEM. 

EXPRESS FOR SANTIAGO, by Isidora 

Agulrre. Adapted by Stanley Richards. 
(In Mayorga, Margaret, ed. The best 
short plays, 1959-1960. p. 195-214) 
© Isidora Agulrre; 100ct60; DP4208. 

THE EXTRAVAGANT MISER, a musical comedy 
by Griffin W. White & others. 2 acts. 
© Griffin W. White, Herbert Nibauer & 
Vincent Ferrizzl; 26jul60; DP4075. 

AN EYE FOR AN EYE. SEE EMERGENCY ROOM. 



THE EYE OF THE NEEDLE, a screenplay by 
Peter Abanheim with Betty Lasky 4 
Fredrlc Gadette. Original story by 
Peter Abenheira. © Oadette Productions, 
Inc.; 5Dec60; DU52l8l. 

EYES UPON THE CROSS, a cycle of playlets 
for Lent by Don A. Mueller (Donald A. 
Mueller) NM: additions. © Don A. 
Mueller; lDec59; DP4084. 



FACE-LIFTING BY EXERCISE; lesson by 
Jane S. Da vies. © Jane S. Da vies; 
9Aug60; C13189. 

THE FACE OF EVIL, a play by Charles 
Kittell. C Charles William Klttellj 
29Sep60; DU51300. 



THE FACES OF SATURDAY, a screenplay 
written, produced & directed by Allan 
David. Based on an original story by 
Norman Reissman. © Allan A. David. 
I40ct60; DU51882. 

FAIR BLUFF, a television drama In three 
acts by Nancy W. Henderson. © Nancy 
Wallace Henderson; 70ct60; DU51842. 

FAME; Original story and screenplay by 
Gilbert L. Kay. © Joseph A. Curtis, 
Jr. & Gilbert L. Kay; 3May60; DP4078. 

FAME AND FORTUNE, a musical in two acts 
by John Bazarlnl & Roger Adam3. Text 
only. © Ronald John Bazarlnl & Roger 
Adams; lAug60; DU51481. 

A FAMILIAR STRANGER. SEE WOMAN OF 
THAT FUTURE PLACE. 

THE FAMILY CIRCLE; monologue by Herschel 
Bernardi & Les Pine. © Ryerson Music 
Publishers, Inc.; 50ct60; C13314. 

FANNY, THE FRIVOLOUS FLAPPER, a roaring 
Twenties musical comedy in one act. 
Books, lyrics & music by Charles 
George. Appl. author: Samuel French, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; I40ct60; DP4179. 

THE FANTASTICKS, a parable about love in 
two acts. Words by Tom Jones; music 
by Harvey L. Schmidt. Suggested by a 
play called Les Romanesques by Edmund 
Rostand. Book only. NM: "additional 
lyrics * text." © Tom Jones & Harvey 
Schmidt; 190ct60; DU51898. 

THE FAR AWAY LAND, a musical play in two 
acts. Original story & book by Warren 
Myles; music by Don Hansen; lyrics by 
Warren Myles. Text only. © Warren 
Myles; 10Aug60; DU51504. 

FAREWELL, FAREWELL, EUGENE, by John 
Vari. Adapted by Rodney Ackland. 
London, French. 3 acts. (French's 
acting edition) © John Vari & Rodney 
Ackland; 20Sep60; DP4162. 

FAREWELL TO THE FLESH; report on a 
romantic evening, in three acts by 
Arturo Despouey. © Arturo Despouey; 
HAug60; DU51499. 

FATHER & MIDGET; monologue by Shelley 
Berman. ©Calliope, Inc.; 15Sep60; 
C13230. 

FATHER FELL DOWN THE WELL, AND OTHER 
STORIES; recording script by Steve 
Merrill (Stephen E. Merrill) © Stephen 
E. Merrill; 17Nov60; C13371. 

FATHER JEROME, a play in three acts by 
Charles W. Hoeftman. © Charles W. 
Hoeftman; 19Jul60; DU51359. 



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PKKL FREE, the script for a sound notion 
picture In color to Inform and encour- 
age dishwashers prepared for DuBols 
Chemicals. Writer: Samuel Beall. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 31Aug60; 
DU51682. 

FENTON'S ■ny.r.v, a television play in 
three acts b> William L. Rose & 
Richard B. Shull. C William L. Rose 
4 Richard B. Shull; 190ct60; DU51900. 



THE PEVER TREE; screenplay In four acts 
by William H. Martin. O William H. 
Martin; 29Aug60; DU51602. 

PTABS ITALIANS. 
PARADISO. 



SEE TO A NOTTS IK 



PIE-FY-PO-FUM. 
STALK. 



SEE JACK AND THE BEAS- 



50 MINUTES IN AN HOUR N0.1; screenplay 
by Karyle Oray, pseud, of Qeraldlne 
Marcla Squadrlto. O Oeraldlne Marcla 
Squadrlto; 5Jul60; DU51293. 

50 MINUTES LN AN HOUR NO. 2: HONOR THY 
CHILDREN; screenplay ty Karyle Oray, 
pseud, of Oeraldlne Marcla Squadrlto. 
O Oeraldlne Marcla Squadrlto; 22Aug60; 
00515*8. 

50 MINUTES IN AN HOUR NO. 3: PAINT ME A 
PATH; screenplay In two acts by Karyle 
Oray, pseud, of Oeraldlne Marcla 
Squadrlto. © Oeraldlne Marcla 
Squadrlto; 31Aug60; DU51610. 

PIPTY MOONS, a play In one act by Joe 
Terra, pseud, of Joe Terraclna. 
O Joe Terraclna; 310c t60; DU51958. 

UN FIL A LA PATTE. SEE DIE bANDE 
LND DER GiNERAL. 

PINAL PERFORMANCE; or. The curtain falls, 
a play In one act by Charles Oeorge. 
Dramatists Play Service. O Charles 
Oeorge; 29Aug60; DP 1 * 115 ■ 

PINANCIAL BOOBY TRAPS, a series of rifty- 
three 2 minute monologues by Durant 
Rose. O Tlmbrell & Co.; 15Aug60; 
C13200. 

FIND ME A TEAR, a play by Marilyn A. 
Hatch. O Marilyn Ayers Hatch; 
3Nov60; DU52005. 

THE FINOER OP PATE, a one-half hour 
drama for television by Maude Polhlll. 
C Maude Polhlll; 14Sep60; DU51713. 

IL FINTO STANISLAO. SEE KING FOR A 
DAY. 

PIORELLO, a new musical. Boole by Jerome 
Weldaan k Oeorge Abbott; music by 
Jerry Bock; lyrics by Sheldon Harnlck. 
Text only. Random House. 2 acts. 
Lyrics Je synopsis prev. reg. 1959. 
O Jerome Weldman 4 Oeorge Abbott; 
22Apr60; DP4137. 

FIRST BABY. SEE THE GOOD LIFE. 

THE FIRST LN CREATION: ADAM AND EVE, by 
Wlnburn S. Bagley. e Wlnburn Stanton 
Bagley; 25Aug60; C13210. 

THE FIRST TIME I SAW PARIS, a play In 
one act for five women by Vera I. 
Arlett. London, H. P. W. Deane. 
(Deane's series of plays) © Vera I. 
Arlett; l80ct60; DFO-1031. 

THE FIRST YEAR; monologue by Doug 
Harrell (J. D. Harrell) © Bentley 
Music Co.; l4Jul60; C13149. 

FISH IN THE STARS, a play In three acts 
by Delorls Tarzan. © Delorls Marie 
Tarzan; 23Dec60; DU52305. 



PIVE PREAKS A'PIDDLINQ, a comedy In one 
act for women by Stuart Ready. 
(Deane's series of plays) London, 
H. P. W. Deane. © Stuart Ready; 
27Sep60; DPO-1013. 

PIVE PLAYS: Judy Johnson, The Duke of 
Blades, Quado, Tornado, The bedroom; 
by Sidney Shapiro. © Sidney Shapiro; 
12Sep60; DU51669. 

PIVE PLAYS OP STRINDBERG; in new 
translations by Elizabeth Sprlgge. 
1st ed. Anchor Books. (A Double- 
day anchor original, A219) © Eliza- 
beth Sprlgge; 70ct60; AU65510. 

PIVE THOUSAND YEARS OP PASHION, a talk 
on the development of fashion by 
Evelyn B. Shore. © Evelyn B. Shore; 
23Aug60; C13198. 

PLANE OP FREEDOM, an outdoor drama In 
two acts of historical Maryland by 
Ray Hamby (Raymond Irvln Hamby) 
O Ray Hamby; 30ct60; DU51819. 

PLIM PLAM! (IN APARTMENT 10-D) A play 
In three acts by Anthony Masololl. 
© Anthony E. Mascloll; 13Jul60; 
DU51330. 

PLITTERWOCHEN; Lustsplel von Paul Helwlg. 
Hamburg. 3 acts. O Richard Bars 
BUhnenverlag, K.O., "Die Rampe"; 
15D»c59; DPO-990. 

PLORA; screenplay In three acta by Betsy 
Riley. © Betsy Riley; 6Sep60; DU51639. 

FLOWERING JUDAS, an original play In 
three acts by James D. Pendleton. 
O James D. Pendleton; 12Sep60; DU51673. 

FLY AWAY, FLY AWAY, PLY AWAY HOME; 
screenplay by Oeorge Rublno. 
© Oeorge Rublno; 26Sep60; DU51780. 

PLY AWAY HOME, a new musical In two acts 
by Robert England based on the play 
Six cylinder love by William Anthony 
McQulre. Text only. NM: "act II." 
© Robert England; 26Aug60; DU51577. 

PLY SPRAY, a play In two scenes by James 
Howard. O James Starkey Howard; 
120ct60; DU51866. 

THE PLYERS, a play In three acts by 
Irvln Stock. © Irvln Stock; 7Dec60; 
DU52215. 

THE FLYINO PRINCE, a play for Children's 
Theatre baaed on stories told about 
Vlkramadltya of UJJaln, a hero of 
India, by Aurand Harris. S. French. 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 1958. 
© James Aurand Harris; 21Sep60; DP4163. 

A FOGGY NIGHT IN SAN FRANCISCO, an 

original drama tlco -musical composition 
In two acts. Book, lyrics, and music 
by Robert N. Chattln. © Robert N. 
Chattln; l8jul60; DU51352. 

LES FOLIES DE PARIS, a play by William 
Swanson. © William Swanson; 8Nov60; 
DU52012. 

FOLLOWERS OF MARY PENN; screenplay In 
three acts by Elizabeth Donnelly (Mrs. 
Arthur G. Donnelly) © Elizabeth 
Donnelly; 5Jul60; DU51292. 

PONE FAX; verbatim transcript from tape 
by Automatic Electric Sales Corp. 
© Automatic Electric Sales Corp.; 
23Nov60; C1339 1 *. 

FOOD FOR THOUGHT; script for a 35 mm. 
widescreen color motion picture for 
the National Live Stock & Meat Board. 
Writer: David C. Welling. Appl. au- 
thor: Wilding, Inc., employer for hire. 
©Wilding, Inc.; 31Aug60; DU51683. 



FOOL'S ERRAND, a tale from Chaucer by 
Margaret Wood. London, S. French. 
1 scene. (French's aotlng edition) 
© Margaret Wood; 15Mar60; DF1357. 

FOR RENT: A BACK BEDROOM, a comedy In 
one act by Royal Murdoch. © Royal 
Murdoch; 25Aug60; DU51567. 

FOR THE LOVE OF IRVLNO, by Lynette 
Topol 4 Oene Allen (Eugene Allen) 
Lyrics by Lynette Topol. 2 acts. 
Text only. © Lynette Topol; 10Nov60; 
DP4210. 

FORCE FLUIDS; monologue by Betty Walker, 
pseud, of Edith Zwang. © Betty 
Walker; l8jul60; C13158. 

FORECAST FOR TOMORROW, a one act play by 
Philip Smallen. Appl. states prev. 
reg. DU4230O. NM: revision. 
© Philip Smallen; 28Dec60; DU52332. 

A FOREION STRAND, a teleplay in three 
acts by Lawrenoe Wunderlloh. © Law- 
rence Wunderlloh; HJul60; DU5131 1 *. 

FORGET IT LINDA; monologue by Betty 
Walker, pacud. of Edith Zwang. 
© Betty Walker; l8Jul60; C13162. 

LA PORJA DE LOS SUENOS; obra en dos 
actos original de Manuel Martinez 
Azana. © Benjamin Frank Sedwlck & 
Manuel Martinez Azana; 9Nov60; DU52040. 

LA FORMICA. SEE COLLOQUIO COL TANGO. 

FORT DU POU; screenplay by Henry Denker 
& Joseph Than from original story by 
Oeorge Kessel. © Henry Denker 1 
Joseph Than; l4Nov60; DU52051. 

FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH, a comedy In three 
acts by Reglna Brand Payne. © Reglna 
Brand Payne; 12Jul60; DU51405. 



FOUR BELLS MEANS GLORY! A farce in one 
act by Richard S. Dunlop. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 8Apr60; DP4107. 

FOUR-LEGQEDISM, a satire by Theodore 
Oottlleb. © Theodore Gottlieb; 
15Aug60; C13187. 

FOUR MODERN FRENCH COMEDIES: Ubu Roi, 
by Alfred Jarry; The commissioner, by 
Georges Courtellne; Professor Taranne, 
by Arthur Adamov; Clerambard, by Mar- 
cel Ayme. With an introd. by Wallace 
Fowlle. Capricorn Books. NM: gener- 
al introd. & compilation by Wallace 
Fowlie; introductions for & trans- 
lations of Professor Taranne & The 
commissioner by Albert Bermel; 
introd. for & translation of Cleram- 
bard by R. H. Greenbaum. © G. P. 
Putnam's Sons; 280ct60; Al|73053. 

FOUR THING3 CRY, a play in three acts by 
Doris Adler. © Doris Adler; 2Dec60; 
DU52185. 

FOUR UP. (Building Four, upstairs) 
A play in three acts by Frank Sahr. 
© Frank E. Sahr; 25Nov60; DU52152. 

FRAULEIN JULIE, eln Trauersplel von 
August Strlndberg. Deutsche 
Ubersetzung von Heinrich Goebel. 
Hamburg. 1 act. © Richard Bars 
BUhnenverlag, K.G., "Die Rampe"; 
lFeb60; DFO-994. 

FREE FOR ALL, a comedy in three acts by 
Eileen Woodward. © Eileen Woodward; 
19Sep60; DU51725. 

FREEDOM ROAD; screenplay by Carwell Co. 
Based on the novel Freedom road by 
Howard Fast. © Carwell Co.; 2Aug60; 
DU51485. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



THE FRENCH QUARTER, a recording acrlpt 
for an album by Floyd Huddleaton. 
Text only. © Floyd H. Huddleaton; 
5Dec60; DU52182. 

FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS, a comedy In two 
acta by Auatln Steele. London, 
S. French. (French's acting edition) 
© Austin Steele; 8Mar60; DF1351. 

FROO WOOD, a play In eight scenes by 
Thomas Atkins. © Thomas R. Atkins; 
50c t60; DU51828. 

FROM AN ACTOR'S NOTEBOOK; or, Mendiclno 
miracle, a screenplay in eighteen 
scenes by Percy Kilbride. © Percy 
Kilbride; 21Sep60; DU51746. 

FROM OUT OF THE EARTH, a screenplay by 
Alan J. Oallagher. O Alan John 
Oallagher; 30ct60; DU51818. 

DER FROSCHKONIQ; Oder, Der eiserne 
Helnrlch, eln Marchensplel In drel 
Blldern von Robert Burkner. Hamburg. 
© Richard Bars Buhnenverlag, K.O., 
"Die Rarape"; l8Dec59; DFO-985. 

FUNDAMENTALS OF STAINLESS STEEL FABRI- 
CATION; script for a sound notion 
picture In 16 mm. Ektachrome, prepared 
for Alloy Steel Division, Republic 
Steel Corp. Writer: Junius Eddy. 
Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., employer 
for hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 7Hov60; 
DU52107. 
A FUTURE WITHOUT TEARS, a play in 3 acts 
by Gloria 0ulnne83. Appl. author: 
Miller Producing Co., Inc. © Oloria 
Rublo Qulness; 50ct60; DU51826. 



G 



OABRIEL IN THE FIELDS, the story of a 
slave rebellion In five acts by C. L. 
Mason. © Clifford Lester Mason; 
I80ct60; DU51891. 

DIE GANSEHIRTIN AM BRUNNEN, eln 
Marchensplel in drel Bildern von 
Robert BUrkner. Hamburg. © Richard 
Bars BUhnenverlag, K.Q., "Die Rampe"; 
15Dec59; DFO-995. 

THE QAFF, a play by Bruce Stuart, pseud. 
of Bruce Stuart Damuth. © Bruce S. 
Damuth; 7Nov60; DU52014. 

GALAHAD SMITH; original screenplay by 
Samuel Armstrong. © Samuel Armstrong; 
29Jul60; DU51417. 

OAME-CALLINO IN HI-FI; recording script 
by Dexter Shaffer. © Dexter Virgil 
Shaffer; 19Sep60; C13279. 

THE OARBITSCH AFFAIR, a black & white 
screenplay by Bernhardt J. Hurwood * 
Constance Willis. © Bernhardt J. 
Hurwood * Constance Willis; 30ct60; 
DU51817 . 



THE GARDENER'S COTTAGE, a play In three 
acts by Helen & Edward V. Hoile. 
London, H. F. W. Deane. (Deane's 
series of plays) © Helen Holle & 
Edward V. Hoile; 6Apr60; DF0-980. 

DER GASTFREUND. SEE DAS GOLDENE 
VLIESS. 

THE GATE OF THE INN, a Biblical drama 
for Christmas by Dorothy J. Wills. 4 
scenes. © Lillenas Pub. Co., a regis- 
tered trade name of the Nazarene Pub. 
House; 15Jul60; DP4081. 

G'DEE CELEBRATES THE HOLIDAYS. Adapted 
for the hand puppet theater by Mildred 
Berry. 4 acts. © Union of American 
Hebrew Congregations; 22Dec60; DP4219. 



OEM, a musical play in three acts by 
L. Keith Cohen. © Lewis Keith Cohen; 
30Nov60; DU52173. 

THE GEMINI, a mystery play in three acts 
by H. B. Araacker. © Harmond Burns 
Amacker; 22Aug60; DU51550. 

GENERAL BACKGROUND OF THE SOVIET 
PRESS. SEE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE IN- 
TERNATIONAL SITUATION PRESENTED 
TO THE SOVIET PEOPLE BY THE SOVIET 
PRESS IN 1955. 

GENERAL MICKEY, a school play fy three 
act3 by Sister Antonita. Adapted from 
from the book General Mickey by Peter 
Lappln. Catholic Youth. © Society of 
the Divine 3avior; 17Aug60; DP4093. 

THE GENIUS, a play In two scenes by 
Warren Pickett & Ethel Callahan. 
© Warren Pickett & Ethel Callahan; 
8Aug60; DU51464. 

GENIUS, JR. , a farce in one act by 

Le Roma Oreth. © Art Craft Play Co.; 
l6Sep60; DP4127. 

THE GENIUS OF THE IRISH THEATER, 
edited by Sylvan Barnet & others. 
New American Library. (A Mentor 
book, MT315) NM: lntrod., intro- 
ductory & biographical notes, 
bibliography & compilation. 
© Sylvan Barnet, Morton Berman & 
William Burto; 29Nov60; A47S53I+. 

THE GENTLE ONE, a one-act play for women 
by Marlene Brenner. (Baker's royalty 
plays) Appl. author: Walter H. Baker 
Co., employer for hire.- © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 5Aug60; DP4085. 

GEORGE ET OEORGINA, by Slmone, pseud, de 
Mme. Porche. © Slmone; 130ctb0; 
DU51878. 

OERTA, a play in three acts by D. Flgel- 
Hartman. © D. Flgel-Hartman; 
280c t60; DU51937. 

GESAMMELTE WERKE von Carl Zuokmayer. 
West Germany, S. Fischer. l\ v. 
NM: "compilation & new edition." 
© Carl Zuckmayer; l5Sep60; AF0-32073. 

DAS OESCHffFT; TragSdle von F. P. Hellln. 
© F. P. Hellin; 22Hov60; DU52125. 

DER GESTIEFELTE KATER, eln Klnder- 

marchen-Lustspiel In drel Bildern von 
Robert Burkner mlt elner zusatzllchen 
Fassung als Ostermarchen. Hamburg. 
© Richard Bars Buhnenverlag, K.G., 
"Die Rampe"; 20Dec59; DFO-986. 

GET THEE BEHIND ME, a comedy In two 
parts by Harry Segall. © Harry 
Segall & Dorothy Segall; 21Jul60; 
DU51381. 

THE OHOST OF THE CHINESE ELM, an original 
play for children in three acts by 
Adele Gordon (Mrs. Vernon Erbstoeszer) 
© Mrs. Vernon Erbstoeszer; 26Sep60; 
DU51783. 



THE GHOUL FRIEND, a mystery-comedy In 
three acts by Gene Donovan, pseud, of 
Anne Coulter Martens. Dramatic Pub. 
Co. © Anne Coulter Martens; 31Aug60; 
DP4121. 

GIFT WRAPPED; comedy In three acts and 
one set by Constance Grace, pseud, of 
Ragnhllde DeBruland & Grace LeBrecht. 
© Ragnhllde DeBruland & Grace LeBrecht; 
29Nov60; DU52165. 

GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY COMMERCIAL - FILM 
NO. 64: MALE AND FEMALE COMM. ; script 
for a 1 mln. film by Telesales. 
© Trojan Reupholstery Co., Inc.; 
5Jul60; C13081. 



GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY - FILM NO. 65: MALE 
AND FEMALE COMMERCIAL; script for a 2 
mln. film by Telesales. © Trojan 
Reupholstery Co., Inc.; 5Jul60; C13078. 

GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY - FILM NO. 66: EX- 
PLOSION COMMERCIAL; script for a 1 
mln. film by Telesales. © Trojan Re- 
upholstery Co., Inc.; 5Jul60; C13079. 

GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY JUNE SALE COMMER- 
CIAL - FILM NO. 63; script for a 1 mln. 
film by Telesales. © Trojan Reuphol- 
stery Co., Inc.; 5Jul60; C13080. 

UN GIORNO DI REGNO. SEE KING FOR A 
DAY. 

THE GIRL AND THE GUN. SEE SECOND BEST. 



THE QIRL FROM OUTSIDE, act 1 of a musi- 
cal play. Book & lyrics: Tally Brown 
(Natalie Brown); music & additional 
lyrics: Mark Bucci. Text only. 
© Tally Brown & Mark Bucci; 120ct60; 
DU51949. 

GIRL IN THE DRYER; story & screenplay 
with music, by Harry J. Hall. © Harry 
J. Hall; 240ct60; DU51953- 

THE GIRL NEXT DOOR, a musical-drama In 
three acts by LaMont Bench. Text 
only. © LaMont Bench; 29Aug60; 
DU51591. 

GLIMPSES OF WANYA; screenplay by 
Catherine C. Carmody. © Catherine 
Cross Carmody; 26Aug60; DU51580. 

GLISSANDO! A new musical revue. Music, 
lyrics, and sketches by Henry Clay 
Fanelll. Libretto only. © Henry Clay 
Fanelli; 21Jul60; DU51375. 

DTE GLOCKEN VON LONDON; ein Traumspiel 
in achtzehn Szenen von Otto Zoff . 
Frei nach Charles Dickens. Wien. 
(Neue Dichtung aus Osterreich, Bd.77) 
© Bergland Verlag Gesellschaft M.B.H.; 
20Sep60; AFO-31823. 

GLORY IN THE HIGHEST, a comedy in two 
acts by Howard Louis Gitlln & D. Vin- 
cent Russell. © Howard Louis Gitlln & 
D. Vincent Russell; l4jul60; DU51322. 
THE OLORY OF ANGKOR; for oral delivery 
by Howard Estabrook. (Adventures of 
a foreign correspondent, no. 5) 
© Howard Estabrook; 12Dec60; C13390. 

GO BACK FOR MURDER, a play by Agatha 
Christie (Agatha Christie Mallowan) 
London, French. 2 acts. (French's 
acting edition) © Agatha Christie, 
Ltd.; 23Aug60; DF1375. 
GOBY; story with music by Jane Norman, 
pseud, of Jane L. Goldberg. © Jane L. 
Goldberg; l4Sep60; C13238. 

GOBY JOINS THE CIRCUS; story with music 
by Jane Norman, pseud, of Jane L. 
Goldberg. © Jane L. Goldberg; 
l4Sep60; C13242. 

GOD DIDN'T COOPERATE; recitation with 
musical punctuations. Words & music 
by Sidney Llppman. © Sidney Llppman; 
7Nov60; C13349. 

GOG ET MAGOG, a play by Gabriel Arout. 
© Gabriel Arout; 9Dec60; DU52234. 

QOG ET MAGOG; comedie en deux actes et 
un epilogue de Roger HacDougall et 
Ted Allan. Tlree d'une nouvelle de 
Ray Vlckers; d'apres Double Image. 
Version francaise de Gabriel Arout, 
pseud, de Gabriel Aroutcheff. 
© Gabriel Arout; l8Hov60; DU52114. 

GOING FISHING; recording script by Alan 
C. Bemls & Rus3ell F. Bacon. © Droll 
Yankees, Inc.; 9Aug60; C13181. 

GOING PLACES. SEE TAKE A TRIP. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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TBS QOLD FANDANGO, a legend of the West 
In three acts by Alfred Oeer. C Al- 
fred Gear; 4Nov60; DD52008. 

OOLD PLATED OLOVSS, a musical In two 
acts by Joyce Toops s Joanna Jones 
based upon an Idea by William J. 
Rolllday, Jr. Music by Thomdllce C. 
Toops; lyrics by Thomdllce C. Toops i 
Joyce Toops. Text only. O Joyce 
Toops & Joanna Jones; 22Jul60; DU~13". 

THE OOLD WATCH; audio script by Kalb, 
Voorhls 4 Co. O Kalb, Voorhls 4 Co.; 
30Aug60; C1325*. 

OOLDEN CHILD, a Christmas opera In three 
acts. Libretto by Paul Engle; music 
by Philip Bezanson. Libretto. (Hall- 
mark hall of fame telecast) O Paul 
Engle; 170ct60; DD51889. 

GOLDEN PLEECINO, a farce In three acts 
by Lorenzo Semple, Jr. S. French. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1958. 
O Lorenzo Semple, Jr.; 21Sep60; DP*l64. 



THE GOLDEN GOOSE. 
AHHABELLE. 



SEE POOR PRINCESS 



OOLDEB JAOUAR. a play by Roy L. Jorgen- 
sen. O Roy L. Jorgensen; l8Mov60; 
D052O9O. 



THE GOLDEN MASK; manuscript of a plav In 
two acts by Edward Kessell. O Edward 
Kessell; 21Sep60; DU51750. 

OOLDEN WEDDING, a rural comedy In one 
act by Joe Corrle. London, S. Prench. 
(Prench 's acting edition) © Joe 
Corrle; 29Mar60; DF1363. 

GOLDEN WOMEN. (Blaka kabonga) A play 
In Tour acts by Ethan Arbow, pseud, 
of Charlotte Brate. C Charlotte 
Brate; 21Nov60; DU52117. 

DAS GOLDENE VLIESS: Der Gastrreund, 
Trauersplel In elnem Aufziige und 
Die Argonauten, Trauersplel In vler 
Aufziigen von Franz Grlllparzer. 
Elngeleltet von A. Grunberg. Wlen. 
(Osterrelch-Relhne, Bd. 101/103) 
KM: lntrod. 4 editing. © Bergland 
Verlag Gesellschaft M.B.H.; 5Jan60; 
AFO-31075. 

DAS GOLDENE VLIESS: Medea, Trauersplel 
In funf AuTzugen von Franz Grlll- 
parzer. Elngeleltet von A. Griinberg. 
Wlen. (Osterrelch-Relhne, Bd.l03AOi4.) 
NM: lntrod. & editing. © Bergland 
Verlag Gesellschaft M.E.H. ; ^JanbO; 
AF 0-31076. 



GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS. 
IN THE FOREST OF FANCY. 



SEE 



A GOOD FRIEND, a three act musical drama 
by Rose Hoffman. Text only. © Rose 
Hoffman; 30Dec60; DU52338. 

THE GOOD LIEUTENANT, a play In three 
acts by Robert Murray. C Robert Bruce 
Murray; 29Aug60; DUJ1593. 

THE GOOD LIEUTENANT, a play In three 
acts by Robert Murray. NM: revision 
4 additions. © Robert Bruce Murray; 
5Dec60; DU52197. 

THE GOOD LIFE, a play In three acts by 
Saul Krakovsky k.a. Steven Hill. 
© Saul Krakovsky; 27Dec60; DU52318. 

THE GOOD LIFE, a play In three acts by 
Steven Hill, pseud, of Saul Krakovsky. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as First baby, 
22Sep53, DU4773*. NM: additions 4 re- 
visions. © Saul Krakovsky; HAugoO; 
DU51498. 



GOOD SHOW; dialogue by Betty Walker, 
pseud, of Edith Zwang, and David Karr. 
S Betty Walker; l8Jul60; C13163. 

THE GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK, a playing ver- 
sion based on the novel of Jaroslav 
Hasek as arranged for production In 
three acts by Robert Kalfln. © Robert 
Kalfln; 19Aug60; DU51542. 

GOODBYE TILL MONDAY, a drama In three 
acts by Andrew H. Ersklne. © Andrew 
H. Ersklne; 4Nov60; DU51966. 

THE GOOSE, a play In 3 acts by J. I. 
Rodale. NM: revisions. © J. I. 
Rodale; l*Sep60; DU51715. 



ON GOUT DE MIEL; piece en deux actes de 
Shelagh Delaney. Adaptation francalse 
de Gabriel Arout, pseud, de Qabrlel 
Aroutcheff, en collaboration avec 
Prancolse Mallet- Jorrls. (In Lea 
oeuvres llbres. Paris. N0.167, 
p. 183-25*) O Oabrlel Arout; lApr60; 
DPO-962. 



LE GRAIN SOUS LA NEIGE. 
DE SEC OURS. 



SEE SORTIE 



GRAND OPENING; shooting script for a 
12-oinute motion picture in 16 mm. 
color, especially prepared for Libby, 
McNeill 4 Llbby. Writer: John Daven- 
port. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
eaployer for hire. © Wilding, Inc. 
7Nov60; DU52IO8. 

GRANDI LITIGATE; commedla in tre attl dl 
Rlccardo Pazzaglla. O Rlccardo 
Pazzaglla; 20Jul60; DU51461. 

THE ORANDMA BANDIT, a one-act play for 
girls or women by Anne Coulter Martens. 
(Baker's royalty plays) Appl. author: 
Walter H. Baker Co., employer for 
hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
23Sep60; DP4142. 

GRANDPA TWO MEDICINE, a comedy In three 
acts by Kerry O'Kelly, pseud, of 
William Martin Kerry Kelly, and Henry 
Old Coyote. Appl. author: Sadie 
Bruaha. © William Martin Kerry Kelly 
4 Henry Old Coyote; 2*Aug60; DU51562. 

ORANNY'S HOUSE, a screenplay by Maxlne 
Flelschman. © Maxlne Flelschman; 
12Dec60; DU52289. 

GRANNY'S LITTLE CHEERY ROOM, a comedy in 
one act by E. P. Conkle. A second 
sequel to Sparkln'. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 28JU160; DPtl06. 



THE GREAT BANK ROBBERY; screenplay by 
Roger Vornholt. © Roger Vornholt; 
31Aug60; DU51611. 

THE GREAT BLACK SHIPS, a play In three 
acts by Jack Dell. © Jack Holton 
Dell; 18JU160; DU51355. 

THE GREAT 0AT3BY, by F. 3cott Fitzgerald. 
Adapted for the screen by Richard 
Bonlne. © Richard Pray Bonlne; 
22Nov60; DU52184. 

THE GREAT KHAN. (The beginning) Tele- 
vision script by Nick D. Semlnoff 
(Nicholas D. Semlnoff) © Nicholas D. 
Semlnoff; 30Nov60; DU52171 . 

THE GREAT LAND, a two act musical play by 
Jay Gurian. Text only. © Jay P. 
Gurlan; 23Dec60; DU52302. 

THE GREAT LOVE OF A BOY GENIUS, an orig- 
inal TV play with music and songs In 
three acts by Francesca, pseud, of 
L. Francesca Carbone. Text only. 
© Francesca Carbone; 6Sep60; DU51632. 



QREAT MOMENTS IN AMERICAN HISTORY - 
THE CIVIL WAR: LINCOLN'S SPEECH AT 
OETTYSBUROH. Narration script by 
Michael Avallone 4 Lyle Kenyon Engel. 
© Michael Avallone 4 Lyle Kenyon 
Engel; l8Nov60; C13372. 

THE GREATEST OF THESE, a Christmas play 
by Carolyn Clifton Daln. 3 acts. 
© Rodeheaver Co.; 30ct60; DP4157. 

THE GREEN FEATHER. La pluma verde. 

A play in two parts by Carlos Plbernat, 
hljo. Based on the play of same title 
by Pedro Munoz Seca 4 Pedro Perez 
Fernandez. Text in Spanish. © Carlos 
Plbernat, hljo; 21Nov60; DU52118. 

THE GREEN GOD, an original play written 
for television by Patricia A. Fahy. 
O Patricia A. Fahy; 2Aug60; DU51'J3'I. 



GREENWICH VILLAGE, 
BRUNCH. 



SEE SUNDAY 



THE GREENWOOD, a dramatic liturgy by 
Henzle Raeburn (Henzle H. Browne) 
© Henzle H. Browne; 3Nov60; DU51999. 



0R0UNDH0G DAY, a play by Fred Halllday 
(Frederick Halllday) NM: additional 
text. © Frederick Halllday; 30Dec60; 
DU52J41. 

GUESTS OP THE NATION: play in one act. 
adapted by Nell McKenzie from a short 
story by Frank O'Connor. Dramatists 
Play Service. NM: "additions to and 
changes in text." © Nell McKenzie 4 
Frank O'Connor; l80ct60; DP4153. 

THE GUIDANCE ANGEL, a Christmas-guidance 
play by Pearl W. Gore. Text only. 
© Pearl W. Oore; 7Jul60; DU51301. 

THE OUNKEN; screenplay by Wellington 
Carter. © Wellington Alan Carter; 
29Sep60; DU518O3. 

GUY DOMVILLE, play In throe acts. 
With comments by Bernard Shaw 4 
others. Preceded by Henry James: 
the dramatic years, biographical 
chapters by Leon Edel. 1st ed. 
Lippincott. (Keystone books, 19) 
NM: foreword & compilation. © Leon 
Edel; l5Sep60; Al+63590. 



H 



H.T.R.B.U.X. SEE HOW TO RETIRE BEFORE 
YOU EXPIRE: TIME RUNS OUT. 

HALFBEAK, an original play In one act 
by Robert Unger. © Robert L. Unger; 
22Nov60; DU52123. 

HALFWAY HOUSE. SEE SHADOWS OF A 
DREAM. 

A HALO FOR HENRY; screenplay In two acts 
by Rosel W. Brlttaln. © Rosel W. 
Brlttaln; l4Sep60; DU51692. 

HANDS ACROSS THE SEAS, a radio play by 
Rose Schneldeman. © Rose Schneldeman; 
21Nov60; DU52093. 

THE HANGING, a play In one -act by 

William Fury. © William Fury; 12Sep60; 
DU517^2. 

HANSEL AND GRETLE, a play for hand pup- 
pets with music in two acts by 
Catherine Koert. © Catherine Koert; 
8Sep60; DU51650. 

A HANUKKAH TREE, a play in two acts by 
Claire Zeldelman. © Claire Zeidelman; 
22Aug60; DU51620. 

HAPPILY EVER AFTER, a play In one aot 
for women by Ronald Parr. London, 
H. F. W. Deane. (Deane's series of 
plays) © Ronald Parr; 310ct60; 
DFO-1023. 



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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DEAR FRIEND; monologue 
by Betty Walker, pseud, of Edith 
Zwang. © Betty Walker; l8Jul60; 
C13164. 

THE HAPPY RETURN, a play In one act for 
women by Dorothy Turnock. London, 
H. F. W. Deane. (Deane's series of 
plays) © Dorothy Turnock; 310ct60; 
DFO-1022. 

HARVEST TIME, by Nathan H. Meleen. 

Text only. 5 acts. © Nathan H. 

Meleen; l4Nov60; DP4173. 
HAS IT COME TO THIS? SEE ORPHEUS IN 

SAUSALITO. 

HAUNTING LYRIC, an essay on the social 
& personal significance of American 
popular songs presented before the 
Illinois Psychiatric Society, Apr. 20, 
I960, by Frances Hannett. © Frances 
Hannett; 29Sep60; C13306. 



HAVE A HEART, a play by E. Stem. 
© E. Stem; 17Hov60; DU52083- 

HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL. SEE PARTNERS. 

HAYES WHAT TO DO FOR PRIMARY PLAYS, a 
collection of short helpful plays for 
the busy classroom teacher by Eleanor 
0. Maxwell. © Hayes School Pub. Co.; 
7Jun60; DP4070. 

HE WHO CAME BACK, a drama in three acts 
by Mark J. Appleman. Appl. states 
prev. reg. under titles Widow's walk 
Jc The widow seed. NM: revision. 
© Mark J. Appleman; 5Dec60; DU52202. 

HE WHO OETS SLAPPED, a play In four acts 
by Leonid Andreev. Translated by 
Yelena Petrovna, pseud, of Ellen 
Routsky. © Ellen Routsky; 21Nov60; 
DU5210U. 



HEART FULL OF SUCCESS, a comedy in three 
acts by J. F. Sullivan. © John Fran- 
cis Sullivan; 31Aug60; DU51617. 

THE HEART OF HAMLET, by William Shakes- 
peare. With the text of the play as 
edited by Professor Grebanler. Text 
ed. T. Y. Crowell Co. NM: editor's 
foreword to text of play & annota- 
tions to play. © Bernard Grebanier; 
l8Apr60; MiSk&te. 

HEARTBURN REST, U. S. A., an original 
musical comedy. Book * lyrics by Gene 
Zaner. Text only. © Oene Zaner; 
190ct60; DU51899. 

HECTOR AND CALHOUN'S CHRISTMAS MIRACLE, 
a one act Christmas play by Warren 
Winden. Text only. © Warren Edward 
Winden; 2Dec60; DU52191. 

HEDDA GABLER, a drama in four acts by 
Henrik Ibsen. Translated from the 
Norwegian by Arvld Paulson. © Arvid 
Paulson; 20Jul60; DU51488. 

HELEN OF TROY. (La belle Helene) A 
play in three acts. Music by Offen- 
bach; lyrics by Marshall Barer; book 
by Bill Hoffman, pseud, of Elwood 
Hoffman. Based on the original li- 
bretto by Mellhac & Halevy. Text 
only. © Bill Hoffman & Marshall 
Barer; 260ct60; DU51936. 

HELEN OF TROY; opera in three acts. 
Music by Jacques Offenbach; book by 
H. Mellhac & L. Halevy. A new, accu- 
rate, and idiomatic translation into 
English written especially for the 
stage by Charles B. Paul. Text only. 
English & French. © Charles Bennett 
Paul; 240ct60; DU5191T. 

HER MAJESTY'S PLEASURE, a period comedy 
in one act for women by Barbara Van 
Kampen. London, H. F. W. Deane. 
© Barbara Van Kampen; 110ct60; 
DFO-1029. 



HERE COMES SONNY, a play in three acts 
by Mark Janney, pseud, of Mark 
Trachtenberg. © Mark Trachtenberg; 
23Sep60; DU51767. 

HERE WE GO AGAIN, a one-act play by 
Norma Alford. © Norma Alford; 
l4jul60; DU51337. 

HERE'S LOOKING AT ME, by Jam Handy 
Organization. © Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion, Inc.; 9Jun60; C13140. 

HERR KAYSER UND DIE NACHTIGALL; eine 
musikallsche Kombdle von Robert 
Gilbert und Per Schwenzen. Musik 
von Ralph Maria Slegel. Klavierauszug 
zum Dirigieren eingerlchtet. MUnchen. 

2 parts. © Edition Kasparek; 6Apr60; 
DFI386. 

HERZEN IM STURM; Ohne den Drltten. 

Schausplel von Milan Begovic; Deutsohe 
Bearbeltung von Fred Alten. Hamburg. 

3 acts. © Richard Bar3 Bunnenverlag, 
K.O., "Die Rampe"; 25Mar60; DFO-992. 

DIE HEXE VON KORONTA; Tragodle In funf 
Akten von M. Emericus, pseud. 
Hannover. © Chr. Metzner; lApr60; 
DFO-1000. 

HEY, DOC! A musical comedy in two acts. 
Book by Ed King (Edward King); lyrics 
by Glenn Blttner; music by Ed Graham 
(Edward Riley Graham) Adapted from 
Mollere. Script Sc piano-vocal score. 
© Edward King, Edward R. Graham & 
Olenn S. Blttner; 22Nov60; DU52147. 

HEY, THERE'S ORANDPA; pilot TV episode 
written Ic created by Ell Broldy. 
© Ell Broldy; 30ct60; DU51814. 

THE HIDEAWAY TREASURE, a one act play 
by Lewis & Martha Gorman. © Lewis 
& Martha Gorman; 27Dec60; DU52325. 

HIGH-ALTITUDE SURVEILLANCE IN INTERNA- 
TIONAL LAW; remarks of Spencer M. 
Beresford at the eleventh annual Con- 
gress of the International Astronau- 
tlcal Federation, Stockholm, Sweden, 
Augu3t 16, i960. © Spencer M. Beres- 
ford; 9Aug60; C13153. 

HIGH HOPES, a play In twelve scenes by 
Ann Jordan Pugh. © Ann Jordan Pugh; 
2Aug60; DU51431. 

HIGH POINT IS BUILT ON A CAVERN. SEE 
PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT. 

HIGH RIDGE, a play In two acts by Arthur 
M. Brilant. © Arthur M. Brilant & 
Edna R. Brilant; 24Aug60; DU51566. 

THE HIGHEST TREE, a play by Dore Schary. 
With a foreword by Adlal Stevenson. 
Random House. 3 acts. © Dore Schary; 
lMar60; DP4083. 

HIGHLIGHTS OP THE INTERNATIONAL SITUA- 
TION PRESENTED TO THE SOVIET PEOPLE BY 
THE SOVIET PRESS IN 1955; lecture 
no.l, General background of the Soviet 
press, by Genevieve V. De Chellls. 
© Genevieve V. De Chellls; 30Sep60; 
C13284. 

HIGHWAY PETROL. SEE KING LEONARDO 
(AND HIS SHORT SUBJECTS) 

HIP, HIP, HOORAY! A play in three acts 
by Arthur P. Carter. © Arthur Carter; 
5Jul60; DU51286. 

HIRSHMAN AND SON, a play in one act by 
Michael Dines. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) © Michael 
Dines; 10Feb60; DF1346. 



THE HISTORY OF CREATION, AND ORIGIN OF 
THE SPECIES, a series of lectures by 
Reuben Luther Katter. © Reuben 
Luther Katter; 15Nov60; C1337*. 



HOFFMANNS ERZAHLUNGEN; phantastlsche 
Oper in funf Akten von Jacques Offen- 
bach. Unter Benutzung des gleich- 
namlgen Schausplels von Jules Barbier 
und Michel Carre; neubearbeitet von 
Walter Felsensteln. Mu3lkallsche Eln- 
rlchtung von Karl-Fritz Volgtmann. 
Text only. Frankfurt. NM: new text & 
lyrics. © Muslkverlag Jo3ef Wein- 
berger, G.M.B.H. ; 31Dec58; DF1343. 

THE HOLE IN THE SKY, a dance drama in 
verse on an Indian legend of New 
Mexico in five scenes and an epilogue 
by Douglas Nichols. © Douglas Nichols; 
280ct60; DU519*3. 

HOLIDAY FOR MURDER; screenplay by June 
Rudlck. © June Rudlck; 31Aug60; 
DU51618. 
HOLLYWOOD BIOGRAPHY, a play in one scene 
by John M. Grlssmer. © John M. 
Orissmer; 28Nov60; DU52158. 

HOLLYWOOD'S MAD RUN AROUND, a play by 
Jack Salem. © Jack Salem; 19Dec60; 
DU52272. 

HOLY MATCH FOR MONEY, a play In four 
acts by Marlon Raldonae, pseud, of 
Marlene Rothbort & Lawrence Rothbort. 
© Marlene Rothbort & Lawrence Roth- 
bort; 8Sep60; DU51651. 

THE HOLY TRINITY. SEE BELIEF IN GOD 
AND THE HOLY TRINITY. 

HOME FROM THE CLOUDS; or, Outer space 
feet, a straight dramatic play in 
three acts by Jig Adamson, pseud, of 
Hettle M. Cook. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as The answer man. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Hettie M. Cook & 
Jeanle Cook Taub; 22Jul60; DU51406. 

HOMICIDE PAR PRUDENCE; piece en 3 actes, 
adaptee par Frederic Valmain d'apres 
Double cross, de John O'Hare. (in Les 
Oeuvres libres. Paris, no 170, 
p. I69 -250) © Frederic Valmain; 
Uul60; DFO-1003. 

L' HOMME A L'OMBRELLE BLANCHE, de Charles 
Charras. 19 scenes. (In L'Avant- 
scene. Paris. 226, p. 8-25) © Charles 
Charras; lSep60; DFO-1005. 

THE HONEST DEAL, a play In three acts by 
James J. Rush. © James J. Rush; 
22Dec60; DU52294. 

AN HONEST MAN, a comedy in three acts by 
Erik Haugaard. © Erik Haugaard; 
8Aug60; DU51463. 

HONOR THY CHILDREN. SEE 50 MINUTES IN 
AN HOUR NO. 2. 

THE HONOUR OF GOD. SEE BECKET. 

THE HOOT OF THE OWL; play In 3 acts by 
Jordl Valles. Translated from the 
Spanish by Ada Valles. © Jordi Valles; 
100ct60; DU5183O. 

A HORSE PLAY, by Ralph Moreno. Hartmus 
Handpress. 2 parts. © Ralph Moreno; 
29Jul60; DP4088. 

HOT BED, a mad new comedy in three acts 
by Mary Bogart. © Mary Bogart; 
21Nov60; DU52100. 
THE HOTTENTOT SONG, a musical comedy in 
two acts. Libretto & some of the lyr- 
ics by Jack Whlffen; music & some of 
the lyrics by Adah MacFarland Harvey 
(Adah MacFarland) Text only. © Adah 
MacFarland Harvey; l4Nov60: DU520 c i'=i- 
THB HOUR OF ST. FRANCIS (Television 
program) © The Hour of St. Francis, 
Los Angeles. 

And never walk alone. Appl. authors: 
Hugh Noonan & Karl Holtsnider. 
© 30ct60; DU51832. 
A boy named Joe. Appl. s-uthor: Hugh 
Noonan. © 30ct60; DU51835. 



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Brother Juniper's Christmas. Appl . 

authors: iaa Larsen, Robert Hugh 

0' Sullivan & Joseph Petracca. 

C 30ct60; D0518J6. 
The comfortable Kelly. Appl. author: 

George Herman. © 30ct60; DU51831 . 
The miracle of Mltchellvllle. Appl. 

author- Oeorge Herman. O 30ct60; 

005183*. 
Once on a barren hill. Appl. authors: 

Samuel James Larsen 4 Juanlta Vaughan. 

O JOctoO; D051833. 

THE HOUSE, a drama In 3 acts by Karlene 
Brenner. C Harlene Brenner; 22Nov60; 
DU5213*. 

A HOUSE DIVIDED; 3-act play by Oen 
Miller (Genevieve A. Miller) O Oene- 
vleve A. Miller; 2*0ct60; DU519IO. 



HOUSE IN REVOLT, an original 90 minute 
television drama In three acts by 
Kllce Mlchaelson, pseud, of Manuel 
Mlchaelson. NM: additions a revislo-.s 
O Manuel Mlchaelson; 2S*p6j; DU5163 1 *. 



HOUSE OP CARDS, a play In three acts by 
R. J. Wright. O R. J. Wright; 
19Dec60; DU52271. 



HOUSE OP CHARACTER, a play In one act 
for women by Ronald Parr. London, 
H. P. W. Deane. (Deane 'a series of 
plays) O Ronald Parr; 12Apr60; 
DPO-972. 
THE HOUSEKEEPER, a play In three acts by 
Jack PraJces (John Dean Frakes, Jr.) 
O Jack Prakes; 15Aug60; DU51530. 

HOW I TAUGHT MY PARAKEET TO TALK and 
LORITO TALKING; recording script by 
Emily Rhea McLaurln 3 a real live 
parakeet. Side I-II. Emily Rhea 
McLaurln; l6Sep60; C13233. 

HOW I WORKED IT WITH THE BUSH, a meta- 
polemlcal travesty by David S. Cole. 
C David S. Cole; TKovbO; DU52020. 

HOW MY MOTHER FEEDS ME; monologue by 
Herschel Bamardl a Les Pine. O Ryer- 
son Music Publishers, Inc.; 170ctbO; 
C13323. 

HOW TO PRODUCE THE PLAY; the complete 
production handbook, by Margaret 
Kary 4 John Wray Young. Drarcatlc 
Pub. Co. © John Wray Young a 
Margaret Mary Young; 7Dec60; Ai+76222. 

HOW TO RETIRE BEFORE YOU EXPIRE: TIME 
RUNS OUT, by Sydney A. LeVlne. 
C Sydney A. LeVlne; =Jul60; C13083. 

THE HUMMINGBIRD, a one-act play by 

Elolse Jarvls KcGraw. © Elolse Jarvls 
McGraw; 6Sep60; DU5l6*5. 

HUNDRED DOLLAR RATS, a play In one act 

by Derlc Washburn, pseud, of Frederic 

Baldwin Washburn. © Frederic Baldwin 

Washburn; 12Sep60; DU51676. 

A HUNDRED PERCENT ANNIE, a play In three 
acts by Susan Slade. © Susan Slade; 
22Aug60; DU51552. 

THE HUNTED, by Edward Senior. 1 act. 
(In The Best short plays, 1953-1959, 
p. 95-112) Prev. reg. as A question of 
time, 1957. © Edward Senior; l6Nov59; 
DP4091. 

THE HUNTER; scripts for a television 
series by Total Television Products. 
Episode no.l-*, 7, 9-11, 1*, 20, 23 4 
25. © Total Television Products, Inc.; 
22Sep60; DU517**. 

THE HUNTERS, a one-act play in three 
scenes by Richard Lee Hoffman. 
© Richard Lee Hoffman; 12Sep60; 
DU51771. 



IBM KEY PUNCH MACHINES OPERATOR TRAINING 
LECTURE; recording script by William 
Barton Marsh Co., Lesson l-19b. 
© William Barton Marsh Co., Inc.; 
5Dec60; 013*09. 

IBM MODEL 802 -803 PROOP MACHINE OPERATOR 
TRAINING LECTURE; recording script by 
William Barton Marsh Co. Lesson 1-19. 
O William Barton Marsh Co., Inc.; 
5Dec60; 013*12. 

I PROMISE TO DIE, an original one -hour 
television play by James Kamlns. 
O James Kamlns; 30Aug60; DU51603. 

I PROMISE YOU JUSTICE, a play In three 
acta by L. M. Ledbetter. O Leslie 
Menellk Ledbetter; 293ep60; DU51797. 

I SURRENDER ALL, a short Christmas 
pageant by Lola M. Autry. Text 
only. © Progressive Parmer Co.; 
*Nov60; DP4185. 

I WAS OLAD WHEN THEY SAID, LET US 00 
INTO THE HOUSE OP THE LORD; drama by 
Florence E. Holland. © Plorence E. 
Holland; 21Nov60; C13398. 

I WISH I COULD SPEAK FRENCH; dialogue 
over musical vamp by Ross Bagdasarlan. 
Text only. Monarch Music Co., Inc.; 
270ct6O; DU51987. 

L'IDIOTE; comedle en trols actea par 
Marcel Achard. O Marcel Achard; 
15Sep60; DU51721. 

IP A STAR PALLS, a Christmas fantasy 
based on The little matehglrl by Hans 
Christian Anderson. Book by Paul 
Myers; lyrics by Bette Sykes; music 4 
arrangements by Paul Olasson. Adapted 
for television by Paul Myers. 
© Paul E. Olaason; 5Dee60; DU52183. 

IKON, a musical by R. K. Wins low a 

R. D. Pendleton. O Richard K. Wlnslow 
a Ralph D. Pendleton; 28Nov60; 
DU52196. 

I'LL TELL THE WORLD, a musical In two 
acts. Book by Kip Tlernan, pseud, of 
Mary Jane Tlernan, and Martin Sherman. 
Music a lyrics by Kip Tlernan. Text 
only. © Martin Sherman a Mary Jane 
Tlernan; 6Sep60; DU5l6*2. 

ILONA, an opera in 3 acts. Music by 
Joseph P. Pouhe; libretto by Nicholas 
Bela 4 Norma Williams. Text only. 
© Nicholas Bela 4 Norma 0. Williams; 
10Nov60; DU52043. 

IM DICKICHT DER CT/.EDTE. SEE IN THE 
JUNGLE OF CITIES. 

THE IMAGINARY INVALID: A conclusion to 
be started with the middle of page 73 
of the Merritt Stone adaptation. (A 
conclusion to the Imaginary invalid) 
By Stan Hlrson (Stanley Benclon Hir- 
son) © Stanley Hlrson; 29Aug60; 
DU51628. 

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. SEE 
~T IS THE '..EST. 

IMPROVED EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS, an 
oral delivery to various groups by 
William W. Swanson. © William W. 
Swanson; 30Jun60; C13127. 

IN IT FOR THE MONEY, a new musical come- 
dy in two acts. Book by John Calene; 
lyric 3 by John Calene 4 Paul Murphy; 
music by Paul Murphy. © John L. 
Calene 4 Paul Murphy; 100ct60; DU5I85*. 

IN LIVING MEMORY, text of record by 
Professional Productions. © Pro- 
fessional Productions; 7Dec60; 013*02. 



IN SPITE OF EVERYTHING; screenplay In 
nine scenes by Ronald C. Deerlng. 
© Ronald C. Deerlng; l6Sep60; DU51712. 

IN SWEETEST BUD, a play In four acts by 
Ernest Ellis. © Ernest Ellis; 
29JulbO; DU51*20. 

IN THE FOREST OF FANCY, a dramatic ver- 
sion of Goldilocks and the three bears 
and Little Red Riding-Hood by Mildred 
Butler (Mildred B. Engdahl) & Robert 
Plerlk. Text only. 2 acts. 
© Mildred Allen Butler; l6Aug60; 
DP*218. 

IN THE JUNOLE OF CITIES. (Ira Dlcklcht 
der Staedte) A play in eleven acts 
based on the version In volume 1 of 
Early ploys (Erjte Stilcke), Suhrkarap 
Vlg., Prankfurt/Maln and Berlin, 1953, 
by Bertolt Brecht. Translated by 
Oerhard Nellhaus. © Gerhard Nellhaus; 
10Nov60; DU520*5. 

IN THE TRAIN by Frank 0<Connor. (In 
Barnot, Sylvan, od. The genius of 
the Irish theater, p. 21+8-261) 
© Frank O'Connor; 29Nov60; All 75533. 

IN THE TWINKLING OF AN EYE, an original 
ninety-minute teleplay In three acts 
by Otis DeWltt Lyle. © Otis DeWitt 
Lyle; 6Sep60; DU5l6*6. 

THE INCIDENTS ON LA CARA, an original 
screenplay by Elliott D. Sluhan. 
© Elliott D. Sluhan; 29Aug60; DU51603. 

INPIDELITY, a screenplay by Irvln Stock. 

© Irvln Stock; 2SSep60; DU51792. 
INFINITY, ONE, ZERO, ONE, INFINITY; 

paper with two appendices by Belvln B. 

Ellis. © Belvln B. Ellis; 5Aug60; 

C13191. 

THE INFORMATION BUREAU, a play in one 
soene by Jean Tardleu. Translated by- 
George Wellwarth. © George E. Well- 
warth; 27Jul60; DU51*89. 

INHERITANCE, a play in two acts by 
Margaret Oibbs. London, H. F. W. 
Deane. ( Deane 's series of plays) 
©Margaret Glbbs; 280ct60; DFO-1021. 

THE INNOCENT BUGLE, a three-act play by 
Mary Jean Parson. NM: revisions. 
© Mary Jean Parson; 2Nov60; DU51976. 

INSIDE SHELLEY BERMAN; recording script 
by Shelley Berman. © Calliope, Inc.; 
15Sep60; C13313. 

INSPECTOR MCKAY: ONE FOR THE BOOKS; 
episode for TV series. Created by 
Herman L. Bennett; written by Judl 
Anne Patton. Appl. author: Herman L. 
Bennett, employer for hire. © Herman 
L. Bennett; 26Jul60; DU51395. 

INSPECTOR MCKAY: THE CASE OF THE WHIS- 
TLINO BARREL, an epiBOde of the tele- 
vision series. Created by Herman L. 
Bennett; written by Judl Anne Patton. 
© Herman L. Bennett; 240ot60; DU51913. 

INSTANT CEIL; monologue by Betty Walker, 
pseud, of Edith Zwang. © Betty 
Walker; l8jul60; C13157. 

THE INSULTED ASD INJURED, by Fyodor 
Dostoeveky. Adapted Into a play In 
17 scenes by Howard Small . © Melvln 
Howard Small; l6Nov60; DU52076. 

THE INTERMEDIARY, a screenplay by Nyla 
Tackett. © Nyla Tackett; 27Dec60; 
DU52322. 

INTERNATIONAL GAME FISHING SWEEPSTAKES; 
sample scenario of a live game fishing 
tournament for cash prizes to be filmed 
for presentation on local 4 network 
television * for theatrical presenta- 
tion by Henri J. Bourdeaux. © Henri J. 
Bourdeaux; 26Sep60; C13185- 



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INTERVIEW SATIRE, a TV variety script In 
one scene by Ross T. Maasey. © Ross 
T. Ma83ey; 20May60; DU51460. 

INTRODUCTION TO PURCHASING AS A MANAGE- 
MENT FUNCTION; chapter 1, by Lamar 
Lee, Jr. © Lamar Lee, Jr.; 17Jun60; 
C13122. 

THE INVISIBLE LINE, a drama In one act 
by Vivlenne Charlton Chadwlck. (Cana- 
dian playwright series) © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 19Feb60; DP4112. 

INVITATION TO THE DANCE, a revue In ten 
scenes by Mrs. Kenneth F. Benjamin 
(Gloria R. Benjamin) & Mrs. Eliot 
Mover (Helen Mover) © Olorla R. Ben- 
jamin & Helen Mover; 260ct60; DU51926. 

THE IRISH GYPSY, a play with music in 
three acts by William F. Spratt. Text 
only. © William F. Spratt; 22Aug60; 
DU51551. 

IS BREAD ENOUGH? Republican campaign 
address, I960, by Ruth Gilbert. 
© Ruth Gilbert; 12Aug60; C13178. 

IS IT NOT YET TIME; lecture no. 5, The 
farm surplus problem, by John R. 
Vorhles. © John R. Vorhle3; 22Aug60; 
C 15 197. 

IS THERE A SANTA CLAUS? Narrative with 
Silent night background by Buzz Law- 
rence 4 Jerry Dennon. © Burdette 
Music Co.; 7Dec60; C13387. 

ISAIAH, a play In three acts by Maria 
Amelia Rlzzo. © Maria Amelia Rlzzo; 
5Jul60; DU51282. 

THE ISLAND; play in twelve scenes by 
Magda Berg. © Magda Berg; 28Sep60; 
DU51790. 

THE ISLAND WAY, a new play in three acts 
by Tim J. Kelly, pseud, of Timothy 
Joseph Kelley. © Tim J. Kelly; 
28Jul60; DU51414. 



IT CAN HAPPEN, a three act musical farce 
by Arno A. Goerlng (Arno De Lorlng, 
pseud.) Text only. © Arno A. Goerlng; 
240ct60; DU51907. 



IT WAS A SNAP, a comedy in three acts by 
Oiuseppe Dl Glola. Pre v. reg. as 
Snap happy. NM: revision. © Oiuseppe 
Dl Glola; 22Dec60; DU52286. 

IT'S A CHILD'S LIFE; script for a radio 
program by Melba Rae Shawn. © Melba 
Rae Shawn; HJul60; C13129. 

IT'S SO NICE TO BE A FISH, a play in two 
acts. Music by Linda Ann Conway; book 
by Carol Lois Klein. © Carol Lois 
Klein & Linda Ann Conway; 15Aug60; 
DU51516. 



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JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. (Fle-fy-fo-fum) 
A new musical fantasy in two acts. 
Book & lyrics by L. Jack De Marco; 
music by Richard d'Honau. © L. Jack 
De Marco & Richard A. d'Honau; 
22Aug60; DU515^9. 
JACK THE GIANT KILLER; adaptation by 
Maria Ray & Lyle Kenyon Engel. © Mar- 
la Ray & Lyle Kenyon Engel; 24Aug60; 
013204. 
JACK'S FATE IN '68', a play in one scene 
by John M. Grissmer. © John M. Qriss- 
raer; 25Nov60; DU52154. 

JANE EYRE, an original musical play in 
three acts based on the classic novel 
by Charlotte Bronte. Book & lyrics by 
Margery Greenleaf; music by Raymond 
Vessell. Text only. © Margery F. 
Greenleaf; 250ct60; DU52034. 



JAPANESE BANANA; dialogue over musical 
vamp by R033 Bagdasarian. Text only. 
© Monarch Music Co., Inc.; 270ct60; 
DU51985. 

JEANNIE, a one-act comedy by John Rich- 
ard Crawford. © John Richard Craw- 
ford; 110ct60; DU51857. 

THE JEST, a musical comedy in two acts 
with book & lyrics by Royce Emerson. 
© Royce Emerson; 9Dec60; DU52229. 

JIM CROW DIED LAST NIGHT, a play in one 
act by Frances Romer Gordon. © Fran- 
ces Romer Gordon; 9Aug60; DU51473. 

JIMMY DEE, REPORTER 8c SCHNITZLE'S 
PERDICAMENT; recording script by 
Joseph Bortman. © Joseph Bortman; 
l4Dec60; C13401. 

A JINX AT THE JOHNSON'S, a farce in one 
act by Luella Walsh. London, H. F. W. 
Deane. (Deane's series of plays) 
© Luella Walsh; HApr60; DFO-973. 

JOE DRINKS BEER--FRED DRINKS BEER; radio 
copy for American Brewery from Edward 
Prager Advertising Agency. © Edward 
Hess Prager; 9Aug60; C13156. 

JOEY, a play in three acts by Roy Pascal. 
© Roy F. Pascal; 2Dec60; DU52189. 

JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN, a play in four 
acts by Henrlk Ibsen. English version 
by Norman Gins bury. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) © Norman 
Gins bury; 24May60; DF1361. 

JOHN GABRIEL WORKMAN. SEE ALSO THE 
LADY FROM THE SEA. 

JOHNNY APPLESEED, a play In three scenes 
by Joan G. Scheuer & Lynn G. Straus. 
(Read aloud plays) © Joan G. Scheuer 
& Lynn Q. Straus; 5Jul60; DU51280. 

JOHNNY GET YOUR TOOLS, a new three act 
play by Gertrude Jeanette. © Gertrude 
Jeanette; 13Jul60; DU51335- 

LES JOIES DE LA FAMILLE; piece en 4 
actes by Philippe Heriat. © Philippe 
Heriat; 130ct60; DU51880. 



JONAH'S WAIL, a musical play in two acts. 
Book, lyrics & music by John Dooley. 
© John Anthony Dooley; 7Dec60; 
DU52231 . 

JOSEPH AND HIS BROTHERS. SEE BIBLE 
STORIES: JOSEPH AND HIS BROTHERS. 



JUDAS, a play In three acts by Kenneth 
Kelman. © Kenneth E. Kelman; 
28Dec60; DU52331. 

JULIA, JAKE, AND UNCLE JOE, a new comedy 
in two acts by Howard Teichmann based 
on the book Over at Uncle Joe's by 
Oriana Atkinson. © Howard Teichmann & 
Orlana Atkinson; 20Jul60; DU51367. 

JULIO CESAR, de William Shakespeare. 
Version llbre, en verso, de Jose M. 
Peman (Jose Maria Peman Pemartin) 
Madrid, Ediclones Alfil. 3 acts. 
(Coleccion teatro, no. 125) © Jose 
Maria Peman; 20Jul55; DF1335. 



K 



SEE 



DER KAUKASISCHE KREIDERDREIS. 

THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE. 
KEEP ME COMPANY, a comedy In three acts 

by Gary Flaum. Text only. © Gary 

Flaunt; 280ct60; DU51940. 
THE KEEPSAKE STORY, a series of radio 

scripts by Ronald F. Silver. 

© Ronald F. Silver; 4Nov60; C13353. 



KEY TO SECURITY; script for sound slide- 
film by Great Southwest Life Insurance 
Co. © Oreat Southwest Life Insurance 
Co.; l4Nov60; C13397. 

KEYSPOT; scripts for a proposed series 
by Ruth Kanin (Ruth Kanin Brown) & 
Frank Thomas. Script no.l: Who's got 
the Keyspot? Script no. 2: The Medi- 
terranean conference. © Frank Thomas, 
Jr. & Ruth Kanin Brown; 23Nov60; 
DU52309. 

KINDRED SPIRITS, a musical comedy in one 
act by Beatrice Smith. Text only. 
© Beatrice Smith; 22Aug60; DU51544. 



KING AND ODIE; scripts for a television 
series by Total Television Products. 
Episode no. 1-6, 9-10, 13-14, 21-22, 
25-26, 29-30, 41-42 & 49-56. © Total 
Television Products, Inc.; 22Sep60; 
DU517^5. 

KING FOR A DAY. (Un glorno dl regno) 
By Robert Morris. An English text for 
the opera II finto Stanislao by 
Giuseppe Verdi. Text only. © Robert 
F. Morris; HJul60; DU51388. 

KING LEAR OF SEVENTH AVENUE; comedy 
drama in two acts & three scenes by 
William Slegel. © William Slegel; 
22Nov60; DU52127. 

KING LEONARDO (AND HIS SHORT SUBJECTS) 
Script for a television program by 
Total Television Products. Tooter 
episode, no. 4: Highway petrol. 
(Road blockhead) © Total Television 
Products, Inc.; 29Nov60; DU52167. 

KING OF THE CASTLE, a new play in three 
acts by Frederick Knott. © Frederick 
Knott; l6Aug60; DU51528. 

KINGDOM, U. S. A., a drama by Frank 
Wattron. © Frank J. Wattron, Jr.; 
15Nov60; DU52066. 

A KING'S COMMAND, a play for women In 
one act by Beatrice Leader. London. 
(French's acting edition) © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; I80ct60; DF1380. 

THE KINO'S LETTER, a musical play for 
children freely adapted from Edgar 
Allen Poe's The purloined letter. 
Words & music by David Lodge. 
© David Lodge; 26Sep60; DU51776. 

KIT, a comedy in three act3 by William 
Hoag. © William Francis Hoag; 9Sep60; 
DU51662. 

THE KITTEN WHO SAVED CHRISTMAS, a story 
for performance by Ethel Nelson 
Kharasch. © Ethel Nelson Kharasch; 
19Dec60; C13406. 

KLEOPATRA. SEE TETRALOGIA ANTYCZNA. 

KNIGHT IN SHINING ARMOR, a play in three 
acts by Jack Hays. © Jack Hays; 
23Sep60; DU51763. 

KNOCK-A-BYE BABY; story & screenplay by 
Dehl Bertl. NM: adaptation into 
screenplay, additions & revisions. 
© Dehl Bertl; 6Sep60; DU51630. 

KNOW YOURSELF. SEE WE KNOW YOU. 



DEN KORTE DAG ER LANG NOK; skuespil i 10 
bllleder af Karl BJarnhof. Kobenhavn. 
(Gyldendals Teater) © Gyldendalske 
Boghandel, Nordlsk Forlag, A.S.; 
lMar60; DFO-984. 

KRAPP'S LAST TAPE AND OTHER DRAMATIC 
PIECES, by Samuel Beckett. ■ 1st Ever- 
green ed. (Evergreen original, E-226) 
NM: compilation. © Grove Press, Inc.; 
23May60; DP4077. 






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THE KRUSHCHEV LANDING REHEARSAL, by Bob 
Newhart (George R. Newhart) C Bob 
Newhart pub. Co.; 7JU160; C13117. 



LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER, a play In two 
acts by Fred Lawrence Guiles. Adapted 
from the novel by D. H. Lawrence - 
Plorence, Italy, edition. O Pred Law- 
rence Guiles; 5Jul60; DU51290. 

THE LADY PROM OVERLOOK HILL; audio 

script by Kalb, Voorhls & Co. O Kalb, 
Voorhla * Co.; 30 Aug60; C13253. 

THE LADY PROM THE SEA; The master 
builder; John Gabriel Borkman; When 
we dead awaken, by Henrlk Ibsen. 
Newly translated from the Norwegian 
by Michael Meyer. 1st ed. Doubleday. 
(A Doubleday anchor original, A2l5b) 
© Michael Meyer; 7°ct60; AU67723. 

THE LADY IN JADB. SEE EMBARCADERO. 

THE LADY OP SIDON; one-hour television 
script with music by Mildred 
Mersereau. Text only. O Mildred 
Mersereau; 13Jul60; DU51331. 

LADY OP THE MOON, a play In three acts 
by Amy Mardlklan. C Amy Mardlklan; 
29Nov60; D052164. 

LADY OP THE SNOWS, a drama In three acts 
by Mar low Dawson. O Mar low Dawson; 
26Aug60; DU51585. 

LAND OP PORBVBR YOUNG. SES TIR-NA-N01. 



LAND OP THE PREE; screenplay by Albert 
Green. O Albert Green; ?9Aug60; 
DU51629. 

LAND ON THE MOON. (Satellites k landing 
on the moon) Television announcement 
script by James W. Porter. C James W. 
Porter; l8Nov60; C1J400. 

THE LAST CHANCE, a musical play by 
Leatle Weiss (Leatrlce J. Weiss) 
Text only. O Leatle Weiss; 310ct60; 
DU 51955. 



LAWRENCB OP ARABIA; original motion 
picture 4 television script by Harry 
Weber. O Publishers Hall; 22Nov60; 
DU52135. 

LAZARUS, COME PORTH, a play In nine 
scenes by Andrew Susac. © Andrew 
Susac; 29Jul60; DU51415. 

A LECTURE ON THE SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEMS 
IN THE THEORIES OP FREUD AND PIAGET, 
by Roy Drelstadt. © Roy Drelstadt; 
12Aug60; C13177. 



THE LEGEND OP DORA KASSEL; screenplay 
written by Shaman Doome, pseud, of 
Wayne B. Trace. © Brlgltte Kuettner 
Trace; 15Dec60; DU52266. 



THE LEGEND OP SLEEPY HOLLOW. 
SLEEPY HOLLOW. 



SEE 



LEGS, STOCONOS AND PEACE, a television 
play In three acts by Prancls Milan, 
pseud, of Stephen Temessy. O Stephen 
Temessy; 70ct60; DU51813. 

THE LEPRECHAUN WHO LOST HIS SHADOW, a 
children's play In three acts by 
Caroline Shields R0J0. O Caroline 
Shields R0J0; 25Aug60; DU51568. 

LET MY VOICE RINO OUT, a play In three 
acts by John Dunn. © John P. Dunn; 
7JU160; DU51302. 

LET'S KEEP D) TOUCH; monologue with song, 
words k music by Arthur Schutzman 
(Arthur Douglas) Text only. © Arthur 
Schutzman, Jr.; 21Dec60; C13410. 

LET'S TUMMEL, an original show with 
music in two acts by Llane Lelghton 4 
Harry Mann. Text only. © Llane 
Lelghton 4 Harry Mann; HAug60; 
DU51500. 

LICENSE TO WIN. SEE' YOUR LICENSE TO 
WIN. 

LIEBE UND STACHELDRAHT; eln Schausplel 
In 3 Akten von Oust Joanna Bastlaensen 
(August Joanna Bastlaensen) © August 
Joanna Bastlaensen; 8Jul60; DU51529. 



LIFE BEGINS AGAIN. 
AETSIA SHACHALA. 



SEE ZHIZN' NACHIN- 



THE LIMBO LOVER, a play In three acta by 
Robert Emmett. © Robert Eramett; 
2Nov60; DU51982. 

LINCOLN AND GEN. SCOTT, a play In five 
acts by Wlllson Prothboarde, pseud, of 
Nelson Protheroe Wilson. © Wlllson 
Prothboarde; 15Jul60; DU513t3. 

THE LITTER OP FLOWERS, a drama In two 
acts by Richard F. Stockton. © Rich- 
ard F. Stockton; 20Sep60; DU51738. 

LITTLE ALPY AND THE BARBER'S CHAIR, a 
play In three acts by Michael Vlncente 
Gazzo. © Michael Vlncente Oazzo; 
22Sep60; DU51760. 

THE LITTLE DOOR, a play In three acts by 
A. C. Thomas. London, French. 
(French's acting edition) © A. C. 
Thomas; 110ct60; DF1381. 

THE LITTLE GREY WOMAN, a screenplay by 

Frederic Lansing Day 4 Faith Geer. 

© Frederic Lansing Day Sc Faith Geer; 
25Nov60; DU52169. 

THE LITTLE MAN WITH A BIG STICK; screen- 
play In three acts by Harold Joseph 
Hogan. © Harold Joseph Hogan; 
31Aug60; DU51613. 

LITTLE MATCHGIRL. SEE IF A STAR FALLS. 

THE LITTLE POOR MAN OF ASSISI. (Le 

petit pauvre) A play In six scenes by 
Jaoques Copeau. Translated by Beverly 
Thurman. © Beverly Thurman; USep60; 
DU51659. 

LITTLE RED RIDING-HOOD. SEE IN THE 

FOREST OF FANCY. 
LIVING FOR PLEASURE. SEE SKETCHES 

AND LYRICS FROM LIVING FOR PLEASURE. 

LIZA, a play In three acts by Sergius 
VaBSlllev 4 Ann Dunnlgan. Adapted 
from the novel A nest of gentlefolk, 
by Ivan Turgenev. © Sergius A. 
VaBSlllev 4 Ann Dunnlgan; 4Nov60; 
DU52007. 

LOCK, STOCK AND LIPSTICK, a comedy In 
three acts by John Henderson. © Art 
Craft Play Co.; 9Sep60; DP4123. 



LAST ESCAPE OP BILLY THE KID, a play by 
The Lincoln County Historical Society. 
© Lincoln County Historical Society; 
2Dec60; DU52186. 

THE LAST FAMILY, a comedy-drama In 
three acts by Patrick Pay. © Patrick 
Pay; 210c t60; DU51906. 

LAST PAYMENT, a television play by John 
Roger Downes. © John Roger Downes; 
30Dec60; DU52340. 

THE LAST REFUGE; screenplay by Louis 
Lefort. © Louis E. Lefort; HJul60; 
DU51311. 

THE LAST STATION, a play in three acts 
by Erich Maria Remarque. English 
adaptation by Peter Stone. © Peter 
H. Stone; 210ct60; DU51903. 

THE LAST STRONGHOLD, a play in three 
acts by Sherwood C. Corry. © Sher- 
wood C. Corry; 22Dec60; DU52298. 

THE LAST VIRGIN? A grown-up fairy tale 
with music in three act3 by Mussee A. 
Brahma, p3eud. of Raymon Marpol. Text 
only. © Raymon Marpol; Uul60; 
DUSl'+O'*. 

THE LATE DRUMMER BOY, a play in two acts 
by Leonard Kelfl. © Leonard Melfi; 
23Jul60; DU51413. 

LAUGH WITH LOIS; presentation of chil- 
dren's television program by Lola L. 
Brandt. © Lois L. Brandt; 27Jul60; 
C13179. 



LIFE ON TRIAL; written for the art of 
the ballet In three acts by liana 
Abbott. 10 liana Abbott; 3Aug60; 
DU51U40. 

LIFE'S MILLIONAIRE; script for a monolog 
by Oerry Barry (Gerard Barry) O Oerry 
Barry; 310ct60; C13362. 

LIFE'S SHADOWS; grand opera In four acts. 
Book, libretto, music 4 arrangements 
by Boris Goldberg. © Boris Goldberg; 
4Aug60; DU51525. 

THE LIGHT TOUCH, a comedy in one act by 
Natalie R. Selgle. © Natalie R. 
Selgle; 4Nov60; DU52026. 

LIGHTHEARTED PANTOMIMES, by Polly & 

Louise Abstance. Appl. author: Walter 

H. Baker Co., employer for hire. 

© Walter H. Baker Co.; 9Jun60; DP4130. 

LIKE A GAME OF CHESS, a television drama 
in three parts written by Norma 
Alford. © Norma Alford; 5Jul60; 
DU51285. 

LILIPUTLAND, a comic fantasy with muBlc 
and dancing for children from six to 
sixty in two acts by Menny Golan 
(Menahem Golan) English version by 
Christopher Oilmore. Text only. 
© Menahem Golan; 50ct60; DU51821. 

LILY OF LACUNA; dialogue over musical 
vamp by Ross Bagdasarlan. Text only. 
© Monarch Music Co., Inc.; 280ct5o 
DU51994. 



THE LONO ERROR, an original teleplay in 
four acts by Trelva Jean Reed 
(Mrs. Floyd C. Reed) © Treiva Jean 
Reed; l4Dec60; DU52281. 

THE LONG SILENCE, a play in one act by 
Jay Reld Gould. Dramatic Pub. Co. 
© Jay Reld Oould; 20Sep60; DP4133. 

THE LORD'S ANOINTED, a Philistine 

tragedy in three acts by Dalton Smith. 
© Dalton L. Smith; 25Jul60; DU51390. 

L0RIT0 TALKING. SEE HOW I TAUGHT 
MY PARAKEET TO TALK AND L0RIT0 
TALKING. 

LOST IN THE STARS. SEE DET rfEITE WEG. 

THE LOVE AGREEMENT, an original play in 
three acts by Beatrice S. Light. 
© Beatrice S. Light; 5Aug60; DU51452. 

LOVE AMONG THE CENTRALIANS, a comedy in 
three acts by Oertrude J. Pass. 
© Oertrude J. Pass; 280ct60; DU519t2. 

LOVE AND MARRIAGE, a play In one act for 
six women by Ivory Brides. London, 
H. F. W. Deane. (Deane's serieB of 
plays) © Mrs. F. I. Wilson (ivory 
Brides); l80ct60; DFO-1024. 

LOVE IS A VERB, a play in three acts by 
Rosyrle Schulman & Ruaaell Boltar, 
pseud, of B. L. Glnberg. © Rosyrle 
Schulman & B. L. Glnberg; 9Aug60; 
DU51468. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



LOVE IS NO TRIBAL CUSTOM, a play in 
three acts by Max Aronson. © Max 
Aronson: 2Nov60; DU51980. 

LOVE MATCH, a three-act comedy by Clay 
Franklin, pseud, of Clayton F. Hen- 
singer. © Clay Franklin; 22Aug60; 

DU51547. 

T.OVE ME, LOVE ME, a comedy In two acts 
by Lottie Chlge. Appl. states pre v. 
reg. as Crazy for love. NM: revisions 
& additions. © Lottie Chlge; 8Dec60; 
DU52225. 

THE LOVE OF DON PERLIMPLIN WITH BEL^ISA 
IN HIS GARDEN. (Amor de Don Fer- 
llmplln con Bellsa en su Jardln) An 
erotic Easter card In four scenes, 
1931» by Federlco Oarcla Lorca. 
Translated by Anne Ketcham Blodgett & 
Marlon Lipscomb Miller. © Anne 
Ketcham Blodgett & Marlon Lipscomb 
Miller; 6Dec60; DU52211. 

THE LOVE SONQ OF THE SILENT MECHANIC, 
a play for television by Charles Best. 
© Charles M. Best, Jr.; 8Nov60; 
DU52030. 

LOVE TALES TOLD BY A CLOWN, a play with 
music In two acts by William Shake- 
speare & Susan Carew, pseud, of 
Shirley F. Kennedy. Text only. 
© Shirley F. Kennedy; 310ct60; 
DU51960. 

LOVE YOUR NEIGHBORS, a radio play by Rose 
Schneldeman. © Rose Schneldeman; 
21Nov60; DU52095. 

THE LOVED ONE, a musical comedy based on 
the novel by Evelyn Waugh. Book 
adaptation by Henry Bedard; music & 
lyrics by Zane H. Oertzman & George 
Nicholaw. © Henry A. Bedard, Z?ne H. 
Oertzman & George Nicholaw; 12Dec60; 
DU52239 . 

LOVE'S SUCH A WONDROUS THING; screenplay 
In 14 scenes by Miriam C. Beckwith. 
© Miriam C. Beckwith; 8Aug60; DU51574. 

LOVE'S TRIAL. SEE CARIBOO CAPERS. 

LOWER THAN THE ANOELS, a play in three 
acts by John 0. Klllena. © John 
Oliver Klllens; 1Nov60; DU51968. 

LUANA, a South Sea Island tale. A 

broadcast serial by Virginia Whitehead 
& Douglass Whitehead. Episode 1. 
© Douglass Whitehead & Virginia White- 
head; l4Nov60; DU52036. 

LUCIFER LOST, a comedy in three acts by 
Robert Reese -Stevens, pseud, of Robert 
E. Stevens. © Robert E. Stevens; 
23Aug60; DU51558. 

LUCKIEST GIRL IN THE WORLD; screenplay 
in two acts by Lola Kovener. © Lola 
Kovener; l6Sep60; DU51718. 

THE LULLABY, a play in one act for four 
women by Michael Dines. London. 
(French's acting edition) © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 23Aug60; DF1372. 

LUST FOR THE NIGHTINGALE, a new play in 
three acts by Gene Feist. © Gene 
Feist; lDec60; DU52174. 

LUXURY CRUISE, a comedy In three acts by 
Fred Carmlchael. © Samuel French, 
Inc.; 26Sep60; DP4l66. 



MAD DOG COLL; shooting script by Leo 
Llberman & Edward Schreiber. © Thalia 
Films, Inc.; 100ct60; DU51850. 

THE MAD HATTER'S FAREWELL; play for 
television in two acts by Stan Fried- 
man (Stanley D. Friedman) © Stanley 
D. Friedman; l6Sep60; DU51686. 



MADAM EVALSEHT. 
EVIL. 



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MABEL, a new comedy in three acts by 
Lonnie Coleman. © Lonnie Coleman; 
12Aug60; DU51507. 



MADAME VULTURE, a drama In one act by- 
Charles Emery. ©Samuel French, Inc.; 
23Nov60; DP4199. 

MADEMOISELLE FROM ARMENTIERES, a play 
by Guy J. de la Passardlere. © Guy J. 
de la Passardlere; 3Aug60; DU51496. 

MADEMOISELLE MY MOTHER, a play in sixty- 
two scenes by Puzant Guedlklan. 
© Puzant Guedlklan; 7Nov60; DU52015. 

DAS MRRCHEN VOM KLEJJJEN DJUMLINO, ein 
helteres Spiel In zwel Alcten (sechs 
Bildern) mlt Muslk, Gesang und Tanz, 
frei nach den Gebrildern Grim von 
Rudolf Sanders, pseud, of Walter 
Hochtritt. Hamburg. Text only. 
2 acts. © Richard Bars BUhnenverlag, 
K.G., "Die Rarape"; 15Dec59; DFO-991. 

MAGGIE, a play In two acts. Words by 
Barbara Gardner (Mrs. John H. Gardner); 
music by Ann Agabashlan. © Ann 
Agabashian & Barbara Gardner; 15Aug60; 
DU51520. 



THE MAGIC FOUNTAIN, a musical play in 
three acts by Betty L. Kuhn. Text 
only. © Betty L. Kuhn; 120ct60; 
DU51867 . 

THE MAGIC FOUNTAIN; screenplay by John 
Lehmann. Adapted from the Grimm 
Brothers fairytale The water of life. 
Appl. author: Allan A. David, employer 
for hire. © Allan A. David; 25May60; 
DU51326. 

THE MAGIC MOUNTAIN; dialogue over musi- 
cal vamp by Ross Bagdasarlan. Text 
only. © Monarch Music Co., Inc.; 
280ct60; DU51995. 

THE MAGIC PELICAN, a TV script with 
music, lasts 25 minutes, by Charlie 
Berger & others. Text only. 
© Charlie Berger, Josephine Berger & 
Betty B. Burkley; 70ct60; DU51840. 

THE MAGICAL SILVER SHOES. SEE THE 
ADVENTURES OF MARY MOONBEAM: THE 
MAGICAL SILVER SHOES. 

MAGNESIUM: MAJOR PLANT FOOD; narration 
script for slldefllm by Empire Photo- 
sound. © International Minerals & 
Chemical Corp. & Empire Photosound, 
Inc.; l4Dec60; C13411. 

MAIN ROADS ARE BEST, a one hour televi- 
sion play by L. G. L. Collins. 
© Louis G. L. Collins; HJul60; 
DU51309. 

MAKE MINE MINK, a play with music in two 

acts by Evelyn Deutsch. Text only. 

© Evelyn Deutsch; 1.5Jul60; DU51329. 
MAKE NO TARRYING, a drama In two acts by 

Ann K. Flagg. © Ann Kathryn Flagg; 

4Aug60; DU5144}. 

MAKE ROOM FOR ME, a play in two acts. 
Music by Gene Benton; book & lyrics by 
Raleigh Bond. Text only. © Raleigh 
Bond & Gene Benton; 1Nov60; DU51990. 

MAKE THEM BE QUIET, a screenplay by 
Jay Irvln, pseud, of Jules I. Gerber. 
© Jay Irvln; 2?Dec60; DU52299. 

THE MALE VIRGIN, an original play In 
three acts by Gordon McGaw. © Gordon 
McGaw; 2JAug60; DU51557. 



MAN ALONE, a verse play with music In 
two acts by Philip Allan Friedman. 
© Philip Allan Friedman; 29Aug60; 
DU51597. 

MAN AND SUPERMAN. SEE PLAYS. 

A MAN IN THE HOUSE, a comedy In three 
acts by Daisy Wolf. © Daisy Wolf; 
lSep60; DU51624. 

A MAN OF LETTERS; play In one act based 
on Herman Melville's Bartleby the 
scrivener, by Gerald Ayres. © Gerald 
Herbert Ayres; 29Aug60; DU51598. 

THE MAN OF SINGULAR INTEGRITY; dialog 
script by C. Skrivanek Atherton. 
© Camllle Skrivanek Atherton; 23Nov60; 
DU52138. 

THE MAN WHO DIED WITH HIS BURBERRY OFF; 
monolog by C. Skrivanek Atherton. 
© Camllle Skrivanek Atherton; 23Nov60; 
DU52137 . 



THE MAN WHO DISARMED THE ATOM, a play 
In three acts by Eloise Franklin. 
© Eloise Anne Franklin; 310ct60; 
DU51964. 

MAN WITH A DREAM, a play In three acts 
by Frances Youlln McHugh. © Frances 
Youlln McHugh; 17Aug60; DU51534. 

THE MAN WITH THE OBOE, a television 

fantasy by Webster Smalley. © Webster 
L. Smalley; 6Sep60; DU51631. 

MANAGER-SALESMAN COMMUNICATION SKILLS 
DIALOGUE, by Jesse S. Nlrenberg. 
© Jes3e S. Nlrenberg; 1Nov60; C13342. 

MANDARIN RED, a new play In three acts 
by Philip Knobel. © Philip Herman 
Kr.obel; 15Sep60; DU51698. 

MANN ON TRIAL, a television play in 90 
minutes by Wm. Fury. © William Fury; 
27Jul60; DU51402. 

IL MANTELLO; opera In 1 atto di Dlno 
Buzzati. Musica dl Luciano Chailly. 
Op. 247; rlduzlone dell' autore per 
canto e pianoforte. Milano. 
© G. Rlcordi & C. ; 23May60; DFO-998. 

THE MARBLE FAUN, an adaptation for tele- 
vision in three acts of Nathaniel 
Hawthorne's classic novel about the 
effects of a murder on those involved 
in the crime by Jonathan Kllbourn. 
© Jonathan Kllbourn; 15Sep60; DU51696. 

MARCIA LAWSON. SEE CASE HISTORY. 

MARIBEL Y LA EXTRANA FAMILIA; comedla en 
tres actos original de Miguel Mihura 
(Miguel Mihura Santos) Madrid, Edi- 
clones Alfll. (Colecclon teatro, 
no. 252) © Escellcer, S.A.; 15May60; 
DFO-1001. 

THE MARK OF ABEL, a chancel drama in one 
scene by Edward Longstreth. © Edward 
Longstreth; 6Sep60; DU5164.J. 
A MARRIAGE AFFAIR; play, 3 acts by G. A. 
Gee, pseud, of Gordon A. Goebel. 
© Gordon A. Goebel; 5Aug60; DU51495. 

MARRIAGE DISARRANGED, a comedy In one 
act for six women by Jean Oarstang. 
London, H. F. W. Deane. (Deane's 
series of plays) © Jean Garstang; 
130ot60; DFO-1025. 

THE MARTYR OF PURITY, a drama in five 
acts by Rocco Soriano. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 10Aug50, D25153. NM: "Eng- 
lish version." ©Rocco Soriano; 
310ct60; DU51962. 

MARY MAODALEHE, a dance drama by Iovanna 
Lloyd Wright. Text only. NM: addi- 
tions. © Iovanna Lloyd Wright; 
40ct60; DU51795. 



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KAHI, MART, a play In three acts by 
Jean Kerr. O Jean Kerr; lOOctoO; 
DO51863. 

UN MARZIANO A ROHA; eommedia In 4 attl 
o 7 quadrl dl Ennio Plalano. Text 
only. O Bnnlo Plalano; 240ct60; 
W51935. 

THE MASK OP TRUTH, a play by Joan M. 
Harvey. London, H. ?. V. Deane . 
3 acta. (Deane 's series of plays) 
e Joan M. Harvey; 310ct60; DPO-1016. 



MASTER 3V: 
SEA. 



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MASTER SPY; script for a screenplay 
aeries by Elliot Saunders based on the 
legend or Admiral Wilhelm Canarls, 
Chief of Qenaan Military Intelligence 
In World War II. Show I: Norway Inva- 
sion. C Elliot Saunders; 20Jun60; 
DU51327. 

MASTERS OF AHCIEHT COMEDY, edited 4 
translated by Lionel Casson. Selec- 
tions from Aristophanes, Menander, 
Plautus 4 Terence. Maeolllan. 
C Lionel Casson; 310ct60; Al»70505. 

A MATTER OP DEGREE; 2-act musical play. 
Book by Doris Adler; music 4 lyrics by 
Shirley Grossman. O Shirley Orossman 
4 Doris Adler; 7Sep60; DU51649. 

A MATTER OP POLICY, a one act play 
by John E. Schroeder. C John E. 
Schroeder; lDec60; DU52175. 

MAVERICK: SECRET OP THE AMPHORA; origi- 
nal teleplay in four acts by Jay 
Lakota Gammons, pseud, of Joan L. 
Gammons. O Joan L. Gammons; 9Sep60; 
DU51666. 

MAVERICK: TRAIL OP THE TUMBLEWEED; 

original teleplay In four acts by Jay 
Lakota Oammons, pseud, of Joan L. 
Gammons. O Joan L. Gammons; 9Sep60; 
DU51667. 

MAY DAY BOY, a comedy In three acts by 
Harry P. Bailey. C Harry P. Bailey; 
310ct60; OT5196I. 

A MEDAL POR MAI; script for a full color 
motion picture prepared for Maxltrol 
Co. Writer: Harry Grabow. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. O Wilding, Inc.; 7Hov60; 
C13363. 

MEDEA. SEE DAS GOLDENE VXIESS. 

MEDICAL MAM, a musical comedy in two 
acts. Book 4 lyrics by Robert A. 
Bernstein; music by Nicholas Schachter. 
Text only. O Robert Alan Bernstein; 
15Nov60; DU52068. 

MEDIEVAL UPHEAVAL, a musical comedy 
about life In the Middle Ages in two 
acts. Book, lyrics 4 songs by Todd 
Hunt 4 Donald Mlshell. Text only. 
O Todd Hunt 4 Donald Mlshell; 1Nov60; 
DU51969. 

the mediterranean conference. see 
::-ot. 

MEET ME AT THE RODEO, a musical play in 
two acts by C. A. A3her. © Chester A. 
Aaher, Jr.; 6jul60; DU51297. 

MEET THE PROS; television script by 
Robert Willis Loos, Jr. © McDaniel- 
Plsher 4 Spelman Co.; 3Aue60: C13174. 

MELBA, THE TOAST OF PITHOLE, a melodrama 
in three acts by Patrick J. Fay. 
Special research by Katherine Officer. 
© Patrick J. Fay; 17Nov60; DU52084. 



THE MELTINO POT, a radio play by Rose 
Schneldeman. © Rose Schneideman; 
21Not60; DU52099. 

MEHDICINO MIRACLE. SEE FROM AN ACTOR'S 
NOTEBOOK. 

MERCHANDISING THE WRIGHT BROTHERS, by 
Bob Newhart (George R. Newhart) O Bob 
Newhart Pub. Co.; 7JU160; C13119. 

MERMAID AVENUE IS THE WORLD, by Paul 
Goldman. (In Hayorga, Margaret, ed. 
The best short plays, 1959-1960. 
p. 101-121) © Paul Goldman; 100ot60; 
DP 4204. 

THE MESSAGE, a play by Ruth Apprlch 

Jacob. O Ruth Apprlch Jacob; 12JU160; 
DU51317. 



THE MIDNIOHT SUN, a story of love and 
hate in three acts by Joseph Hayes. 
O Hayes Productions, Inc.; 2Sep60; 
DU51635. 

A MIDSUMMER NIOHT'S DREAM. Eln 

Sommemaohtstraum. Opera in three 
acts by Benjamin Britten. Op. 64.' 
Libretto adapted from William 
Shakespeare by Benjamin Britten 4 
Peter Pears. Deutsche Obertragung 
nach A. W. v. Schlegel elngerlohtet 
von Ernst Roth. Vocal score by Imogen 
Hoist 4 Martin Penny. London. Vocal 
score 4 libretto. O Hawkes 4 Son 
(London) Ltd.; 8jun60; DFO-983. 

A MIGHTY MAN IS HE, by Arthur Kober 4 
George Oppenhelmer. Dramatists Play 
Service. 3 acts. © Arthur Kober 4 
Oeorge Oppenhelmer; 2OJul60; DP4076. 

THE MIND OP A KILLER, a psychological 
melodrama in one act by John Klrk- 
patrlck. © Samuel French, Inc.; 
15Nov60; DP4198. 

MINE EVERY GREED, a play In one act by 
Robert Slacox. © Robert B. Slmcox; 
HJuloO; DU51328. 

THE MIRACLE OF MITCHELLVILLE . SEE 
THE HOUR OP ST. FRANCIS. 



MIRROR AND SCALPEL, a three-act oomedy 
depicting the wit, satire 4 romance of 
medical folk at a small medical college 
with an associated hospital at Norlca, 
a mythical. North American college, 
by Alan Deakln. C Alan Deakln; 
190ct60; DU51896. 

MISS ALICE AND THE CUNNING COMANCHE, a 
one act play by Don 4 Terry Allen. 
Based on a true Incident in the life 
of a home missionary. © Friendship 
Press, Inc.; 6Jun60; DP4190. 

MISS ANGEL'S WEDDING RING, a short 
drama in one act by Ray Hamby (Ray- 
mond Irvin Hamby) © Ray Hamby; 
22Nov60; DU52128. 

MISS ROBIN CRUSOE, comedy for girls in 
one act by Le Roma Eshbach Oreth. 
(Baker's plays for amateurs) Appl. 
author: Walter H. Baker Co., employer 
for hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
3Nov60; DP4171. 

THE MISSILE, a complete motion picture 
screenplay by Grant Leenhouts. 
© Grant Leenhouts; 8Dec60; DU52222. 

THE MISSING LINK, a play In three acts 
by Joseph Rappaport. © Joseph Rappa- 
port; 23Nov60; DU52144. 

MR. AMBASSADOR, a screenplay by Hedda 
Rosten. © Hedda Rosten; 22Sep60; 
DU51793. 
MR. BEDOBO AND TYRANNOSAURUS REX; mono- 
logue by Harold B. Crasllneck & John 
Wilson. © Sherry K. Crasllneck; 
I40ct60; C13338. 



MR. BLANDINOS BUILDS HIS DREAM HOUSE, a 
comedy in three acts. Dramatized by 
Reginald Lawrence. Based on the book 
by Eric Hodglns. Dramatic Pub. Co. 
© Eric Hodglns; 19Sep60; DP4135. 

MR. BRADFORD'S STORY, a play In three 
parts by Joan G. Scheuer 4 Lynn 0. 
Straus. (Read aloud plays) © Joan Q. 
Soheuer 4 Lynn 0. Straus; 5JU160; 
DU51278. 

MISTER DOCTOR FREUD, a comedy in three 
acts by Philip 0. Cole & Jack Tassone. 
© Philip Q. Cole 4 Jack Tassone; 
6Dec60; DU52208. 

MR. JEFFERSON'S BURR, a play in three 
aots by Edward Ralden. Thunder Pub. 
Co. O Edward Ralden; 15Jul60; DP4071. 

MR. JINQELINO SHOW FOR I960; scripts 
1-31 by Isabelle M. Draeger. 
© Isabelle M. Draeger; 28Nov60; 
C13378. 

MR. TINGLE'S IMMOVABLE INCOME; audio 
script by Kalb, Voorhls 4 Co. © Kalb, 
Voorhls 4 Co.; 30Aug60; C13250. 

MRS. LAURIE LEIGH; screenplay by Ann 
Ellas, pseud, of Ida Ellas Adams. 
© Ida Blias Adams; 30Sep60; DU51807. 

MRS. WARREN'S PROFESSION. SEE PLAYS. 

MRS. YOUNG; motion picture scenario by 
Eugene D. Balsley & Robert S. Robin. 
© Eugene D. Balsley & Robert S. Robin; 
4Aug60; DU51442. 

THE MISTS OP UTZI-LOBOS, a motion picture 
scenario. A 17th century fantasy In 
the western mountainous Jungles of 
Mexico, by Judd Boynton. © Judd 
Boynton; 30ct60; DU51820. 

LE MOBILE; piece en trols actes et 

quatorze tableaux d' Alexandre Rivemale. 
© Alexandre Rivemale; I4jul60; DU51387. 

MOCK ORANGE, a comedy by Peter Blackmore. 
London, H. F. W. Deane. 2 acts. 
(Deane 's series of plays) © Peter 
Blackmore; 5Jan60; DF0-975. 

A MODERN HOME, a play In one act by 

Phillip K. Sotel. © Phillip K. Sotel; 

5Aug60; DU51453. 
l.ODERN MAOINOT, a screenplay by Dalton A. 

Bell. © Dalton A. Bell; 27Dec60; 

DU52321 . 

MOISASURS ZAUBERFLUCH; Zauberapiel In 

zwel Aufzugen von Ferdinand Ralmund. 

Elngeleltet von Gustav Pichler. 

Wien. (Osterrelch Relhe, Bd.127) 

NM: pref . © Berglnnd Verlag 

Gesellschaft M.B.H.; 100ct60; 

AFO-317U5. 
MONA LISA'S MUSTACHE, a play in three 

acts by Louis Roederer. © Louis 

Roederer; l8Jul60; DU51423. 

MONDAY'S WASHING DAY, a comedy for 

women In one act by Sam Bate. London, 
H. F. W. Deane. (Deane' s series of 
plays) © Sam Bate; 8Apr60; DFO-982. 

MONEY ISN'T EVERYTHING, a one hour TV 
special. Working script by Oeorge 
Hoffman, fllen Moore, Buddy Dufault & 
Charles Scheuer; music & lyrics by 
Glen Moore 4 Buddy Dufault. © Glen 
Moore & Buddy Dufault; 30ct60; 
DU51794 . 

MONEY ISN'T EVERYTHING; story with 

music by Jane Norman, pseud, of Jane L. 
Goldberg. © Jane L. Goldberg; 
l4Sep60; C13245. 

MOON OF MY DELIGHT; a play In three 

acts by Murrell Edmunds. T. Yoseloff . 
© A. S. Barnes & Co., Inc.; i(.0ct60; 
AU69U98. 



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MOONFLOWER, a play in three acts by 
Virginia Rodgers (Virginia Rodgers 
Kowal) © Virginia Rodgera Kowal; 
270ct60; DU51930. 

MOONSON'J, a play in seven scenes by 
Robert Blackburn. © Robert Blackburn; 
6Dec60; DU52223. 

MORD IM DOM; muslkalische TragiSdie in 
zwei Akten und elnem Zwischenspiel. 
Orlglnaltext von T. S. Eliot nach 
elner ltalienischen Fassung des Al- 
berto Castelll fur die elgene Husik 
bearb. von Ildebrando Pizzettl. Ins 
Deutsche ilbertragen von Helnrich 
Schmidt und Leo Uher. Mllano. Li- 
bretto. Appl. states prev. pub. as 
Assasslnlo nella cattedrale. 
© Q. Rlcordl «c C; ?lAug60; DF1378. 

MORE - JOSE JIMENEZ; recording sorlpt by 
Bill Dana Pub. Co. Album no. 2. 
© Bill Dana Pub. Co.; 120ct60; C13320. 

THE MORE THE MERRIER, a comedy In three 
acts by Ronald Millar. London, 
French. (French's acting edition) 
© Ronald Millar; 26Jul60; DF1376. 

MORGAN, a play in three acts by Herman 
Kroll. © Herman Kroll; HAug60; 
DU51503 . 

THE MORTAL HELEN, a drama In three acts 
by Orvln Lee Nordness. © Orvln Lee 
Nordness; 22Sep60; 0135175**. 

MORTALS AT THE PORTALS, a comedy in 

three acts by Bob Dickey (Robert D. 

Dickey) © Robert D. Dickey; 29Jul60; 

DU51422. 
MOSES AND THE FLIGHT FROM EGYPT. SEE 

BIBLE STORIES: MOSES AMD THE FLIGHT 

FROM EGYPT. 
MOSES AND THE PROMISED LAND. SEE BIBLE 

STORIES: MOSES AND THE PROMISED LAND. 

A MOST UNUSUAL STATION; 90-minute tele- 
vision play by Emmet 'Byrne. © Emnet 
'Byrne; 15Nov60; DU52069. 

MOTHERWIT, a dramatic reading from a 
desert valley by Leslie W. Bauguess. 
« Leslie W. Bauguess; 26Sep60; C13282. 

THE MOTHS IN THE FLAME, a play in two 
acts by Darrell Random. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as The call to the feast, 
DU48634. NM: revisions. © Darrell 
Random; l4jul60; DU51320. 

MOTIVATING HESITANT PROSPECTS; playlet 
written by Robert E. Taylor. 
© Robert E. Taylor; 7Dec60; C13396. 

MOTIVE. SEE CRISIS. 

MOUNTAIN OF THE HEART, a drama in three 
acts by Jean Bullowa. © Jean Bullowa; 
19Jul60; DU51363. 

THE MOURNING BAND; screenplay by Sylvia 
& Alton Seymour, pseudonyms of Sylvia 
Klotz & Alton B. Klotz. © Alton Sey- 
mour 4 Sylvia Seymour; l6Sep60; 
DU51703. 

THE MOUSE WHO WAS STIRRING, a Christmas 
play In verse by Lenore H. Morgan. 
Playing time: thirty minutes. 
© Lenore H. Morgan; 7Nov60; DU52018. 

MOUSSELINE; comedie en quatre actes de 
Louis Velle. (In Les oeuvres llbres. 
Paris. No. 166, p. 149-252) © Louis 
Velle; lMar60; DFO-96I. 

MOVING DAY, a play in five scenes by 
Mary Leckle. © Mary H. Leckle; 
3Nov60; DU52003. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT COCKATOOS, a musical play 
In two acts. Book & lyric3 by Carol 
Renner Melnlck; music by Gene Bissell. 
Text only. © Carol Renner Melnlck; 
19Aug60; DU51538. 



MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING by William 

Shakespeare. Text edited by Charles 
Jasper Sisson. Commentary by Virgil 
Thomson. Introd. by Francis Fergusaon. 
Glossary notes: H. H. Smith, editor. 
(The Laurel Shakespeare, Francis 
Fergusson, general editor) (Dell, 
LB139) Appl. author: Western Print. 
fk Litho. Co., employer for hire of 
Virgil Thomson. NM: introd. & 
editorial matter. (? Western Print. & 
Litho. Co.; 26Aug60; A464546. 

MULBERRY BUSH, a musical comedy in 2 
acts. Book & lyrics by D. A. Schwartz; 
music by A. J. Mandell. © Donald A. 
Schwartz & Arnold J. Mandell; l4Nov60; 
DU52058. 

MULE TRAIN; story & screenplay by Dehl 
Berti. NM: adaptation into screenplay, 
additions & revisions. © Dehl Berti; 
8Sep60; DU51680. 

MURPHY AND THE IMP, a play for televi- 
sion by Todd Hunt. © Todd Hunt; 
1Nov60; DU51970. 

MUSIC OF ANCIENT HAWAII, a brief survey 
by Dorothy M. Kahananui. Edith Stern 
lecture on Hawaiian music. © Dorothy 
M. Kahananui; 22Aug60; C13196. 

MY LEAVES ARE GREEN, a play in three 
acts by Francis Gallagher. © Francis 
Gallagher; 6Dec60; DU52193. 

MY MESSAGE DESIGNED FOR PEACE; lecture 
to be sent & delivered to the United 
Nations on Sept. 20, I960, by Danlella 
Sunshine, pseud, of Dorothy La Vecchia 
Sparano. © Danlella Sunshine; 
25Nov60; C13384. 

MY PSYCHIATRIST, a one set comedy in 3 
sections by James Francis Powell. 
© James Francis Powell; l4Nov60; 
DU52038. 

MY SON AND I; original play In 2 acts 
and six scenes in the Yiddish language 
by Herman Yablokoff, pseud, of Hyman 
Yablonlk. © Hyman Yablonik; 15Sep60; 
DU51694 . 

MYSELF IS ANOTHER, a comedy in three 
acts by Brooke Waring, pseud, of 
Brooke Waring Lewis. © Brooke Waring; 
1Nov60; DU51971. 

MYSTERE DE LA NATTVITE . SEE MYSTERIUM 
VON DER GEBURTH DES HERRN. 

THE MYSTERIOUS WAY, a drama in one act 
for women by Vera Allen. London, 
H. F. W. Deane. (Deane's series of 
plays) © Vera Allen; 2Nov60; 
DFO-1032. 

MYSTERIUM VON DER GEBURTH DES HERRN; 
nach dem franziSslschen Spiell Mystere 
de la natlvlte Arnoul Greban ' s maltre 
de chapelle zu Notre Dame in Paris 
welches dleser zu Ehren der Erschei- 
nung des Herrn auff Erden anno domlni 
1425 Keschrieben hatt. In die 
teutsche Sprach gebracht vom Albln 
Kayser, pseud, von Karlheinz Fussl & 
Helmut Wagner. Muslk von Frank Mar- 
tin. Zurich. (UE 13110) Textbuch. 
©Universal Edition, A.G.; 2Aug60; 
DF0-1004. 



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THE NAKED MALE, a play In three acts by 
Fannie Fertlk. © Fannie Fertik; 
21Jul60; DU51376. 

THE NAKED TRUTH, a comedy feature pic- 
ture by Wm. D. Van Nes3. © Wm. D. Van 
Ness; 2Nov60; DU51978. 



NANA, a musical in two acts by Walter 
Marks adapted from the novel by Eralle 
Zola. Text only. © Walter Marks; 
26Sep60; DU51752. 



NATALIE, a ballet by George Bew; libret- 
to by David Linn. After a conception 
by G. Donald Cantwell. © George Bew & 
David Linn; l8Jul60; DU51497. 

THE NATIVITY; screenplay by Jane Crusln- 
berry. Appl. states prev. reg. as The 
story of Mary Marlin. NM: revisions. 
© Jane Cruslnberry; 7Jul60; DU51380. 

THE NATURE OF LANGUAGE AND HOW IT IS 
LEARNED, FILM 1, a program designed 
for teaching and learning a second 
language. Prepared by Theodore B. 
Karp. © Theodore B. Karp; 29Sep60; 
C13307. 

THE NEIGHBORS, a comic interlude in one 
scene by Jean Bullowa. © Jean Bullowa; 
19JU160; DU51362. 

NELLIE DOWN THE WELL, a play for chil- 
dren's theater by S. Hillary with 
additional dialogue by Leonard Joseph- 
son. Songs and music by Mary Arden &. 
Lilian Bolt. © Sidney Hillary, Mary 
Arden & Lilian Bolt; I4jul60; DU51341. 

NEST IN THE WEST, a musical comedy of 
the West in three acts by P. B. 
Rooney, pseud of Philip P. Burni. 
Text only. © Philip P. Brunl; 
2Dec60; DP4196. 

A NEST OF GENTLEFOLK. SEE LIZA. 

NEVA BLUES, a play in three act3 with 
music. Book & lyrics by E. K. Evans, 
Jr. Text only. © Edward K. Evans, 
Jr.; 31Aug60; DU5l6l6. 

NEVADA, HI-0! A musical comedy in four 
acts. Story, lyrics & music by Marlon 
Cowen. Libretto & musical score. 
NM: additions & revisions. ©Marion 
Cowen; 100ct60; DU51871. 



NEVER A DULL MOMENT; dramatico-muslcal 
composition in 2 acts. Story, words 
4 music by Benny Bell, pseud, of Ben 
Samberg (Benjamin Samberg) © Benjamin 
Samberg; 22Sep60; DU51762. 

NEVER MIND TOMORROW, a 1-act play by 
Dale 1-j.alr. © Dale Blair; 130ct60; 
DU51874. 

THE NEW ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO; half- 
hour pilot script for television by 
Fred Laderman 4 Norman Prescott. 
© Fred Laderman; 260ct60; DU51927. 

A NEW CYCLE OF PROFIT; script for a 
motion picture by M. S. Green. 
© Commercial Life Insurance Co. of 
Missouri; 3Aug60; C13169. 

THE NEW HYPERTENSIVE PATIENT; discussion 
by Travis Wlnsor. © Ciba Pharmaceuti- 
cal Products, Inc.; 3Aug60; C13207. 

A NEW WORLD OF LIVING; production script 
for a slidefilm by Empire Photosound, 
Client: Marquette Corp. © Marquette 
Corp. & Empire Photosound, Inc.; 
7Nov60; C13361. 



NEW YORK SCRAPBOOK, a musical play in 
five acts. Words by Tom Jones; 
music by Harvey Schmidt. Book & lyrics 
only. © Tom Jones & Harvey Schmidt; 
28Dec60; DU52327. 

NEXT TIME AROUND, a play in six scenes 
by Smith de Brand, pseud, of Lucille 
Smith Prurabs. © Lucille Smith Prumbs; 
10Aug60; DU51572. 



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A NICK LITTLE TOWN, a screenplay by 
Bruce Henry. 2d revision. © Bruce 
Henry; 15JunoO; DP4073. 

THE NIQHT AFTER HIS BIRTH, a Nativity 
drama baaed on an laaglnaxy occurrence 
In Bethlehem on the night after 
Chrlat'B birth, by Clarence V. Kerr. 
4 scenes. O Rodeheaver Co.; 30ctOO; 
DP4156. 

THE NIQHT BELL. II campanello. Opera 
buff a In one act. Music by Oaetano 
Donizetti; now English version by 
Janes H. Sutcllffe. Text only. 
C Janes H. Sutcllffe; 70ct60; DU51845. 

THE NIGHT BIRDS, a comedy melodrama In 
three acts, one set, ten characters by 
Tla Terase, pseud, of Marie Daoust. 
C Marie Daoust; lAug60; DU51429. 

THE NIQHT IS OUR DAY; screenplay by Alex 
Panasenko. O Alex Panasenko; 29Jul60; 
DD51513. 

THE NIOHT IS SHORT, a play In one act by 
Harry H. McGrauch. © Barry H. 
McOraugh; 20Jul60; DU^I ■ 

A NIQHT OP SKETCHES, a play In six 
scenes by Pat Anthony Rlzzo. © Pal 
Rlzzo; 120ct6O; DU51864. 

A NIOHT WITH THE PRESIDENT, a play In 
three acts by John Oreen. NM: revi- 
sions 4 additions. © John C. Oreen; 
12Dec60; DG522-0. 



"IK AND CASTRONOVA, a musical play. 

Book, lyrics J: music by Emma Von Zamft. 
O Emma Von Zaoft h Saul T. Von Zamft; 
22Dec60; DU52295. 

NIKITA, THE RUSSIAN DISC JOCKEY, by 

Tony Vlsk (Anthony Ouy Vlsk) © A. Quy 
Vlsk Writing Enterprises; 190ct60; 
DP4l6l. 

1961 NEW CAR AND TRUCK INTRODUCTION; 
script with music prepared for Dodge 
Division. Writer: Tom Byrnes. Text 
only. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
2=Jul60; DU51502. 

1961 VALIANT REVEAL SEQUENCE; shooting 
script for color sound motion picture 
prepared for Plymouth -De Soto -Valiant 
Division, Chrysler Corp. Writer: Tom 
Riley. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
31Aug60; C13246. 

NO DEADLY MEDICINE, a play In three acts 
adapted by Sherman L. Sergei from the 
play by Arthur Hal ley. © Dramatic 
Pub. Co.; 12Sep60; DP4124. 

HO DIFFERENCE AT ALL. SEE THE SUMMER 
CIRCUS. 



NO RECORD, a documentary screenplay by 
Jean Lacell, pseud, of Rose LaHas 
Calabrese. © Rose LaMas Calabrese; 
22Aug60; DU51578. 

NO TROUBLE AT ALL, a monologue by Helen 
Vlckery Sheets. © Helen Vlckery 
Sheets; 120ct60; C13324. 

NOAH AND THE ARK. SEE BIBLE STORIES: 
NOAE AND THE ARK. 

NOAH'S ARK, a half-hour comedy script 
for television by George Rublno. 
© Larry Jacobsen 4 George Rublno; 
22Dec60; DU52297. 



NOBLESSE OBLIGE, a script for television 
series Maverick by Felix Deebank. 
© Felix Deebank; 19Dec60; DU52284. 



NOBODY CARES; screenplay In three acts 
by Maxlne Flelschman (Mrs. Roy Philip 
Flelschman) © Maxlne Flelschman; 
19Aug60; DUJ1532. 

NOBODY WILL EVER PLAY BASEBALL, by Bob 
Newhart (George R. Newhart) © Bob 
Newhart Pub. Co.; 7JU160; C13116. 

NOBODY'S MA EVER DIES, a play In two 
acts by B. Muravnlk, pseud, of Beverly 
Dvoretzky. ©Beverly Dvoretzky; 
22Sep60; DU51756. 

NORTHWEST HISTORY IN ACTION; a col- 
lection of twelve plays by Delia 
Gould Emmons. © T. S. Denlson & Co., 
Inc.; 190ct60; AU68337. 

NORWAY INVASION. SEE MASTER SPY. 



THE NOSE OP JERRY PEPPER, a play In two 
acts with music by Arnold Schulman. 
Text only. O Arnold Schlii 
26Sep60; DU51779. 



NOT IN THE BOOK, a comedy by Arthur 
Watkyn. London, S. French. 3 acts. 
(Prench's acting edition) Appl. 
states prev. pub. In Plays of the 
year, no. 17, 1958. © Arthur Watkyn; 
5JU160; DF1352. 

NOT SO BAD; story 10, with music by 
Jane Norman, pseud, of Jane L. Qold- 
berg. C Jane L. Goldberg; 310c t60; 
C13347. 

NOTES ON A BLACK TAMBOURINE, a play In 
Ifroe acts by Hilda Shubert . © Hilda 
Shubert (Hilda Rubensteln); 5Dec60; 
DU52205. 



NOTHING BUT A DREAM, a play with music 
In two acts by Robert Harvey Rlnes & 
Dorothy Kay Rlnes. Text only. 
© Robert Harvey Rlnes & Dorothy Kay 
Rlnes; 19Sep60; DU51731. 

NOTHING TO LOSE, a musical In three acts 
by Mary Mitchell. Text only. C Mary 
Mitchell; 3Nov60; DU520O4. 

LA NOTTE DI UN NEVRASTENICO; dramma 
buffo In un atto. Libretto dl 
Rlccardo Bacchelll; mualca dl Nino 
Rota. Libretto only. Mllano. 
© 0. Rlcordl & C.j 5Apr60; DFO-996. 

UNA NOTTE IN PARADISO; cantafavola In un 
atto dl Lulgl Bazzonl dalle Flabe 
ltallane a cura dl Italo Calvlno. 
Mualca dl Valentino Bucchl. Libretto. 
Mllano. © Carlsch, S.P.A.; 28Apr60; 
DFO-96O. 

NOUVEAU THEATRE DE POCHE, par Jean 
Cocteau. Text only. Monte Carlo. 
© Editions du Rocher; 10Sep60; 
DFO-1035. 

NUDE ON THE MOON, shooting script by 
Doris Wlshman & Ray Phelan. Producer: 
Moon Productions. © Moon Productions, 
Inc.; 9Nov60; DU52071. 

NUDE UNDER THE SUN, a drama In three 
acts by T. C. Plrontl. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Ood does not ptiy on 
Saturday. NM: revisions. © £. 0. 
Plrontl; 30Sep60; DU51808. 

NUDE WASHJNQ DISHES, by Conrad Seller. 
(In Mayorga, Margaret, ed. The best 
short plays, 1959-1960. p. 1-28) 
© Conrad Seller; 100ct60; DP4202. 

THE NUTCRACKER SYSTEM; lecture. Ch.l: 
An explanation of dealer responsibili- 
ties for the benefit of supervisory 
personnel. € Rawaon J. White d.b.a. 
Rawson J. White Co.; lDec60; CI3386. 



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OBRONA KSANTiPY. 
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SEE TETRALOGIA 



OCCUPATION MOONRAY, a play In one act by 
Joe Corrle. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) © Joe 
Corrle; 24May60; DF1364. 

ODD ANIMALS ON NOAH'S ARK, a play In 
three acts by H. Dan Henderson. 
© H. Dan Henderson; 4Nov60; DU52009. 

OEDIPUS THE KING AND ANTIGONE, by 

Sophooles. Translated and edited by 
Peter D. Arnott. (Crofts classics) 
© Appleton-Century-Crofts, Ino.; 
19Aug60; AU59602. 

L'OETJF. SEE THE EGG. 



OF PAPER HOPE, a play In three acts by 
William R. Bailey. © William R. 
Bailey; 20Sep60; DU51739. 

OH DAD, POOR DAD, MAMMA'S HUNG YOU IN 
THE CLOSET AND I'M FEELIN' SO SAD, a 
pseudoclasslcal traglfarce In a bas- 
tard French tradition by Arthur L. 
K pit. rill 4 Wang. 3 aoenes. (a 
."p.it light dramabook) NM: additions & 
rovlsl-r.s. O Arthur L. Koplt; 7Sep60; 
DP 1 ! I 

OH OONDALIERO; dialogue over musical 
vamp by Ross Bagdasarlan. Text only. 
O Monarch Music Co., Inc.; 280ct60; 
DU51996. 

OH GYPSY, OH GYPSY; dialogue by Betty 
Walker, pseud, of Edith Zwang. 
© Betty Walker; l8Jul60; C13161. 

OH, HELLAS: A new musical In two acts. 
Mualc by Lew J. Hardee (Lewis J. 
Hardee, Jr.); book & lyrics by Carl 
Brldgers. Text only. NM: revision. 
© Carl Brldgers; l4Dec60; DU52261. 

OH, MY BELOVED, a musical dramatization 
In two acts, based on the books of 
Qenesls, Exodus & The Maccabees, by 
Robert R. Russell. © Robert R. Rus- 
sell; l6Dec60; DU52269. 

OH OYSTERS, a musical cabaret revue by 
Eric Blau. Text only. © Eric Blau; 
lDec60; DU52219. 

OH ROMEO. SEE THE BEDSIDE MANNER AND 
OH ROMEOl 

THE OLD FIRM'S AWAKENING and THE BUR- 
GLAR'S CHRISTMAS EVE; two one-act 
plays by A. J. Talbot. London, 
S. French. (French's acting edition) 
© A. J. Talbot; 15Feb60; DF13t5. 

OLD FLAME AT BAT, a television play In 
two acts bj Margaret Bowman. 
© Margaret C. Bowman; 5Dec60; DU52203. 

AN OLD GENERATION DIETH, a play by 
Irving M. Cohen. © Irving Morton 
Cohen; 7Nov60; DU52016. 

OLD KALOOTIE'S CHRISTMAS, a musical in 
three acts by Constance J. Bond. 
© Constance Bond; 250ct60; DU51967. 

THE OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS, a musical 
in one act (three scenes) based on the 
play by J. M. Barrie. Adaptation & 
lyrics by David Rogers; music by Mark 
Bucci. (French's musical library) 
© Samuel French, Inc.; 9Nov60; DP4201. 

THE OLD MAN AND BURRO; screenplay with 
music by George R. Pride & Gene DINoto. 
© George R. Pride & Gene DINoto; 
8Aug60; DU51465. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



THE OLDEST CALIFORNIA RANGER, GENE 
TULLY. SEE THE OLDEST RANGER. GENE 
TULLY. 

THE OLDEST RANGER, GENE TULLY. (The 
oldest California ranger, Gene Tully) 
Second series, 12 dramas. Related by 
Qene Tully (Eugene P. Tully); written 
by Charles P. Tully; compiled by Eliz- 
abeth Sllverth'orn. © Charles P. Tully; 
l4Nov60; DU52046. 

THE OLDEST RANGER GENE TULLY. (The old- 
est California ranger Gene Tully) 
Twelve dramas. Related by Gene Tully 
(Eugene P. Tully); written by Charles 
F. Tully; compiled by Elizabeth Sll- 
verthorn. © Charles P. Tully; 9Sep60; 
DU51668. 

ON CIRCE'S ISLAND, a play by Claude 
Fredericks . © Claude Fredericks; 
13Dec60; DU52246. 

ON MY HITCHIN' DAY, a farce in one act 
by Richard Henry. Dramatic Pub. Co. 
© Richard Henry; 20Sep60; DP4134. 

ON THE PF.ACli AT FALEi.A. SEE THE 
ICH AT FALESA. 

ON THE HARM OP TOBACCO, by Anton Chekhov. 
A new English version by Joseph Lisa. 
(The Play of the week) © Joseph Lias; 
29Sep60; DU51798. 

ONCE ON A BARREN HILL. SEE THE HOUR 
OF ST. FRANCIS. 

ONCE THIS SOFT TURF, a new play in three 
acts by Ira Marlon. Based on At 
Gettysburg by Tlllle Pierce Alleman. 
© Ira Marion; 12Sep60; DU51670. 

ONCE UPON A SATURDAY; screenplay In two 
acts by Lola Kovener. © Lola Kovener; 
l6Sep60; DU51719- 

ONCE UPON A TOWN; or, Servetu3, a modern 
tragedy in one act, five scenes, by 
Phyllis Carver Smith. Based on the 
trial of Michael Servetus. © Phyllis 
Carver Smith; 30Dec60; DU52339. 

ONE APRIL DAY, a one-act play basically 
documentary by Muriel Mlllen. 
© Muriel Millen; 26Sep60; DU51785. 

ONE DOLLAR TICKETS, AN ADJUSTABLE IN 

TRADE ADVERTISING PROMOTION. Television 
& radio script no. 8 by Harold Fred 
Hughes. © Harold Fred Hughes; 19Dec60; 
C13405. 

ONE DOOR TO A CAGE, a play in three acts 
by Terry Schrelber. © Terry Schrelber; 
14Nov60; DU52059. 

ONE FINE DAY, a play in three acts by 
I. C. Scott & F. T. Evans. © Irvin C. 
Scott, Jr. & Franklin Temple Evans; 
21Dec60; DU52292. 

ONE FOR THE BIRDS, a motion picture 
script by Sam & Alec Thomas. © Sam 
Thomas; l8Aug60; DU51536. 

ONE FOR THE BOOKS. SEE INSPECTOR 
MCKAY. 

THE ONE MAN, a play in three acts by Don 
Balluck (Donald Eugene Balluckj © Don 
Balluck; 29Jul60; DU51418. 



ONE MAN'S MOON, a one act play by Dennis 
Savage. ©Friendship Press, Inc.; 
6Jun60; DP4l88. 

ONE MORE RIVER, a play in three acts by 
Beverley Cross. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) © Beverley 
Cross; 19Jul60; DF1365. 

ONE OF THE FAMILY, a comedy in three 
acts by Charles Cameron. London, 
English Theatre Guild. (Guild library) 
© Charles Cameron; 310ct60; DF1385. 



1*1 EXPLORING THE KINSEY REPORTS; 
script for a motion picture by Arch 
Oboler. © Arch Oboler; 10Nov60; 
DU52042. 

ONE SATURDAY IN SPRING, a musical play 
in three acts by Ada De Haven Schultz. 
© Ada De Haven Schultz; 15Nov60; 
DU51802. 

ONE SPLIT SECOND, a new play in three 
acts by Robert John Hafner. © Robert 
John Hafner; 170ct60; DU51887. 



125 STREET, BETWEEN LENOX & 8TH. 
ONE TWO FIVE STREET. 



SEE 



ONE TWO FIVE STREET. (125 Street, be- 
tween Lenox & 8th) A play In two acts 
by Abraham Morris & Jack Mandell. 
Lyrics by Jack Mandell. Text only. 
© Abraham Morris S: Jack Mandell; 
50ct60; DU51805. 

ONE WAY FOR ANOTHER, a play in one scene 
by Jean Tardleu. Translated by George 
E. Wellwarth. © George E. Wellwarth; 
27Jul60; DU51490. 

ONLY IN AMERICA, a play In three act3 
by Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee. 
Based on the book by Harry Golden. 
S. French. © Lawrence & Lee, Inc.; 
280ct60; DP4167. 

OPEN DATE FOR LADY BLACKHURST, a one 
act comedy for seven women by Maurice 
McLoughlin. London, H. F. W. Deane. 
© Maurice McLoughlin; 110ct60; 
DF0-1015. 
OPENING NIGHT, an hour play for televi- 
sion by Horace Fowler, pseud, of John 
Kurtz Maxtone-Graham. © John Maxtone- 
Oraham; 8Nov60; DU52029. 

THE OPENING OF THE FAIRBANKS-HILTON; 
dialogue by Jack Harrell. © Jack L. 
Harrell; 21Sep60; DU51749. 

OPENING UP SALES INTERVIEW; recording 
script written by Robert E. Taylor. 
Side 1. © Robert E. Taylor; 22Nov60; 
DU52151 . 

OPERATION MAD BALL, a comedy in three 
acts by Arthur P. Carter. S. French. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1954. NM: 
"revised & rewritten. © Arthur 
Philip Carter; 9Sep60; DP4165. 

THE OPPOSITION IS DEMANDING, a play In 

six scenes by Susan Miriam Levine. 

© Susan Miriam Levine; 14nov60; 

DU52057. 
ORE D'AMORE; tre tempi sullo stesso tema 

di Alfio Berretta. © Alflo Berretta; 

l6Sep60; DU51735. 

THE ORGANIZATION OF LANGUAGE, FILM 3, a 
program designed for teaching and 
learning a second language. Prepared 
by Theodore B. Karp. © Theodore B. 
Karp; 29Sep60; CI 3309. 

ORPHEUS IN SAUSALITO; or, Has it come to 
this? A farce for people who read 
and write in one act by Pauline Kael. 
© Pauline Kael; 23Sep60; DU51766. 



EL 0S0 TETE AMARILLO. 
DIFFICULT BLUE. 



SEE THE 



OUR BRIGHT SUMMER DAYS ARE GONE, a 
Confederate memoir. A musical play 
by Marilyn Dayton Rommel. Text only. 
© Marilyn Dayton Rommel; 28Dec60; 
DU52330. 

OUR DOG IS A FLOWER; three acts for 
television by Helen T. Mellchar. 
© Helen T. Mellchar; HJul60; DU51313. 

OUR FORGOTTEN TREASURE: THE CONSTITU- 
TION, by Herbert A. Schloss. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Our position con- 
cerning the Constitution. NM: addi- 
tions. © Herbert A. Schloss; 29Aug60; 
C13215. 



OUR POSITION CONCERNING THE CONSTITU- 
TION. SEE OUR FORGOTTEN TREASURE: 
THE CONSTITUTION. 

OUR SACRED TRUST; television play In 
three acts by Faith Hope, pseud, of 
Fannie Wright. © Fannie Wright; 
6Jul60; DU51382. 

OUT LOVER'S TOW, a musical play in six- 
teen acts by Wensan Wang. Text only. 
© Wensan Wang; 250ct60; DU51946. 

OUT OF THE DARKNESS, a play in one act 
for eight women by Michael Dines. 
London, H. F. W. Deane. © Michael 
Dines; 4Apr60; DFO-965. 

OUT OF THE NIGHT, a play In one act for 
women by Barbara Potts. London, 
H. F. W. Deane. © Barbara Potts; 
12Apr60; DFO-970. 

OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD, a comedy drama in 
three acts by Alice Mapleton. © Alice 
Mapleton; 8Aug60; DU51467. 

OUT WEST, a play In one act by Harry H. 
McOraugh. © Harry H. McGraugh; 
20Jul60; DU51409. 



OUTER SPACE FEET. 
CLOUDS. 



SEE HOME FROM THE 



OUTSIDE SHELLEY BERMAN; recording script 
by Shelley Berman. © Calliope, Inc.; 
15Sep60; C13232. 



OVER AT UNCLE JOE'S. 
AND UNCLE JOE. 



SEE JULIA, JAKE, 



AN OVERPRAISED SEASON, a play of ideas 
in one act by Richard S. Dunlop. 
© Samuel French, Inc.; 28Jul60; DP4097. 



PACKAGE TOUR, a musical comedy in two 
acts by Ross, Robert & John Parker. 
Text only. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Robert C. Parker & John W. Parker; 
HAug60; DU51501. 

PACKAGING; ADVERTISING; SALES PROMOTION. 
Color 30und motion slidefllm script 
prepared for the fall sales meetings 
of Hiram Walker, Inc. Writer: Jim 
Land. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 
31Aug60; C 13 247. 



THE PACT, a comedy in three acts by 
SIgfrid Hauck. © Sigfrid Hauck; 
30Aug60; DU51607. 

PAGING DANNY WEBSTER: A DATE FOR DANNY; 
pilot screenplay written by Robert P. 
Curtis for the new fictional televi- 
sion series. © Robert P. Curtis; 
22Sep60; DU51759. 

PAINT ME A PATH. SEE 511 MINUTES IN AN 
HOUR NO. 3: PAINT ME A PATH. 

PANO DE LAGRIMAS; tres actos en prosa de 
Jose Maria Peman (Jose Maria Peman 
Pemartln) Madrid, Edlciones Alfil. 
(Coleccion teatro, no. 42) © Jose 
Maria Peman; 10Nov52; DF1338. 

PANORAMA IN CABIN N0.1, a play In three 
acts by Herbert H. Hutner. © Herbert 
H. Hutner; 23Nov60; DU52139. 

PANTEJA. SEE TETRALOGIA ANTYCZNA. 

THE PAPER HORSES, a play In three acts 
by Hilda Shubert. © Hilda Shubert 
(Hilda Rubensteln); 5Dec60; DU52204. 

PARADE AT THE CORNER, a pageant in two 
acts by Charles Frlnk. © Charles 
Frlnk; 9Aug60; DU51478. 






CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



87 



THE PARK BENCH, a drama In three acts 
by Stephen Tyaes, pseud, of Stephen 
Tymoshek, c Stephen Tymoshek; 
2Dec60; DU52- 

Parkinson's la., ss: c. n:rthcote Park- 
inson EXPLAINS PARKINSON'S LAW. 

PARTA5E DE MIDI. SEE A PIECE V NOON. 

PARTNERS, a script for television serle3 
Have gun will travel by Pellx Deebank. 
C Pellx Deebank; 19Dec60; DU52283. 

THE PARTY, a play In two acts by Jane 
Arden. London. S. French. (Prench'3 
acting edition) Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1958. O Jane Arden; 15Mar60; 

DP1353. 

EBB PARTY. SEE THE ESCAPADES OP 
VTNNIE AND VA' 



PARTY POR JEREMY, a play In three aots 

by Bill Owen. Lonion, S. French. 

(French's acting edition) O Bill 
Owen; 12Apr60; DF1350. 

PASS THE NUT3, a musical revue. Sketches 
Jt lyrics by Norman E. Kline. Text 
only, e Norman E. Kline; 29Dec60; 
DU52335. 

PASSING PAIR, a play In three acts by 
Raymond J. Buck, Jr. O Raymond J. 
Buck, Jr.; 14Nov60; DU5206O. 

LA PASSION DU KAL; drame en trols actes 

par Mlra Kutschuklan, pseud, de Claude 

Vernel. Mlra Kutschuklan; 21Sep60; 
DU=17l6. 

THE PASTRY SHOP, a monologue In one act 
by Ned Rorem. O Ned Rorem; 2Nov60; 
DU51977. 

PATRICIA, a new musical play In two acts 
by Ira Mendlowltz. Text only. O Ira 
Mendlowltz; 29Jul60; 0051*16. 

PATRON OF THE ARTS, a play In 5 scenes 
by Marvin Alyn Brodsky. O Marvin Alyn 
Brodsky; 240ot60; DU51911. 

PAUL BUNYAN CROWS UP, a play by Joan 0. 
Scheuer & Lynn 0. Straus. (Read aloud 
plays) O Joan 0. Scheuer 4 Lynn 0. 
Straus; 5Jul60; DU51281. 

PEABCOY HER IT' . 
CUP . 

PECOS WEST, a musical melodrama In two 

scenes by Ernest Sublett 1 Macon 

Sumerlln. O Ernest Sublett & Macon 

Sumerlln; 4Aug60; DUJ1'. 

PENDULUM, a play with music In two acts 
by Louis Alfred Voss. Text only. NM: 
additions, revisions fc deletions. 
© Louis Alfred Voss; 19Aug6D; DU51539. 

PENELOPA. SEE TETRALOGIA ANTYCZHA. 

two acts, 
adapted from the play Dcn't take my 
Penny oy Ar.r.e Coulter Marten3. Book 
by Ar.ne Coulter Martens; music by John 
Coates, Jr.; Iyrlc3 by Anne Cculter 
Martens t era. Text only. Dramat- 
ic Pub, Co. 6 Anne Coulter Martens, 
Elizabeth Ann Marten3 & John F. Coates, 
Jr.; 20Sep60; DP4129. 

PEOPLE AND PROFITS; audio script by 

Kalb, Voorhls & Co. © Kalb, Voorhls & 
Co.; 30Aug6O; C13251. 






SEE THE CI 



THE PERIPHERY, a play In three acts by 
Augusta Walker. C Augusta Walker; 
170ot6O; DU51886. 

HE LITTLE 
-'ISI. 



PHAEDRA, a play In five acts by Jean 
Racine. Translated from French by 
Edmund Hatfield. © Edmund Hatfield; 
23Sep60; DU51768. 

PHAEDRA. SEE RACINE'S PHAEDRA. 

PHANTOMOREEN ; ballet comlque In one act 
by Marga Buechner (Margaret ha L. 
Buechner) Adapted for ballet from the 
Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale 
The princess and the pea. Piano 
arrangement. O Margaretha L. Buech- 
ner; 170ct6O; DU51876. 



THE PHI COUNTER, a comedy In three acts 
by Jerrold Pell. © Jerrold A. Pell; 
lAug60; DU51425. 

PHILIP SANDAN, a play In three acts by 
Harvey Plrarl. O Harvey E. Flrarl; 
l8jul60; DU51353. 

PHOTOGRAPHY; script for a television 
series by Take -One Productions. PI rat 
of series: Those who were Marilyn. 
© Take -One Productions, Inc.; 26Sep60; 



THE PI HOUSE, a play In three acts by 
Richard B. Levin. © Richard B. Levin; 
120ct60; DU51865. 

PICKLE IN PARADISE, a farcical comedy 
by Sam Bate. London, H. P. W. Deane. 
3 acts. (Deane's series of plays) 
O Sam Bate; 22Sep60; DPO-1017. 

PIDGIN ENGLISH HULA; dialogue over musi- 
cal vamp by Ross Bagdasarlan. Text 
only, c Monarch Music Co., Inc.; 
280ct60; DU51991. 

A PIECE OF NOON, a play In three acts by 
Howard Hart. Based on Paul Claudel's 
Partage de mldl. © Howard Hart; 
12AugbO; DU51511. 

THE PIED PIPER OP HAMELIN; adapted by 
Maria Ray 4 Lyle Kenyon Engel. © Mar- 
la Ray & Lyle Kenyon Engel; 24Aug60; 
C13205. 

PIERWSZY DZIEN WOLNOSCI. Sztuka w 3 
aktach. (At head of tltlo: Leon 
Kruczkowskl) Poland, f. Panstwowy 
Instytut Wydawnlczy; 31May60; 
AF 0-30858. 

PINBALLS IN BROOKLYN, a comedy In two 
acts with epilogue by Richard J. 
Sumner, Sr. ©Richard J. Sumner, Sr.; 
15Jul60; DU51J45. 

THE PINEDUS AFFAIR; play In two acts by 
Paolo Levi. English version by Robert 
Rletty. © Robert Rletty; 60ct6O; 
DU51839. 



PINK AND PATCHES. 
DRESS. 



SEE A PINK PART/ 



PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT; or, High point is 
built on a cavern. A serious comedy; 
a new play by Tennessee Williams. 
(In Esquire, Dec. i960, p. 210, etc.) 
© Two Rivers Enterprises, Inc.; 
15Nov60; DP4175. 



A PINK PARTY DRESS, a musical comedy by 
David Rogers & Mark Buccl based on 
Margaret Bland's Pink and patches. 
Music by Mark Buccl; adaptation & 
lyrics by David Rogers. 1 act. 
(French's musical library) © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 2JSep60; DP4l80. 

PIONEER, GO HOME; A comedy in three 
acts by Richard Powell. Adaptation 
by Herman Raucher. Dramatic Pub. Co. 
©Richard Powell; 15Nov60; DP4172. 

PIP, a musical play in two acts based on 
the novel Great expectations by 
Charles Dickens. Book, music & lyrics 
by Saul Honlgman. © Saul Honlgman; 
15Aug60; DU51518. 



THE PIVOT LINE OF I96I FOOD FREEZERS; 
script for a sound slldefllm in color, 
prepared for Frlgldalre Division, 
General Motors Corp. Writer: Samuel 
Beall. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 
7Nov60; C13365. 



THE PIZZA MAN, a play with music in two 
acts by Julian Eugene Baker. © Julian 
Eugene Baker; 29Aug60; DU51592. 

THE PLAN TO STOP COMMUNISM WITHOUT WAR, 
by Arthur Wakefield. © Arthur Wake- 
field; <tAug60; C131*7. 

THE PLAYERS' REPERTOIRE, a play In one 
act by Charles Louis Mee, Jr. 
© Charles Louis Mee, Jr.; 20Jul60; 
DU51370. 

THE PLAYPEN, a play In three acts by 
Norman Brooks. © Norman Brooks; 
9Sep60; DU51664. 

PLAYS: Mrs. Warren's profession; Arms 
and the man; Candida; Man and super- 
man by George Bernard Shaw. With a 
foreword by Eric Bentley. (Signet 
classic, CD19) © on foreword; New 
American Library of World Literature, 
Inc.; i^AugbO; Aij58i;>b. 

PLAYS, VOLUME IV: Rhinoceros; The lead- 
er; The future Is in eggs, or. It 
takes all sorts to make a world. By 
Eugene Ionesco; translated by Derek 
Prouse. London. © John Calder (Pub- 
lishers) Ltd.; 28Apr60; DF13'll. 

PLEASANT DREAMS; dialogue by Betty 
Walker, pseud, of Edith Zwang. 
© Betty Walker; l8Jul60; C13167. 

PLEASE OPEN MY EYES, a play in one act 
by James Kamlns. O Jamea Kamlns; 
9Sep60; DU51660. 

THE PLIGHT OP THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAOE 
INDUSTRY IN RESISTINO TAX LEGISLATION, 
by Ouy C. Shearer. © Guy C. Shearer; 
30ct60; C13287. 



LA PLUKA VEKDE. 
FEATHER. 



SEK THE GREEN 



THE POET DONKEY AND THE FLOWER GIRL, a 
play by Irene Bartlett. NM: expansion 
& revision. © Gladys Irene Bartlett; 
23Aug60; DU51556. 

POOEY BOAT; recording script by Leon B. 

Nlckerson. ©Droll Yankees, Inc.; 

9Aug60; C13182. 
POISED FOR VIOLENCE, a drama in two acts 

by Jean Bullowa. © Jean Bullowa; 

19Jul60; DU51361. 

THE POLITICIAN AND THE PUSSY CAT, a play 
with background music by Ted Clemens 
(Theodore C. Clemens) Text only. 
© Theodore C. Clemens; 240ct60; 
DU51901 . 

THE POND, a comedy In three acts by 
Irving Einstein, pseud, of Isaac 
Einstadt. © Isaac Elnstadt; l8Nov60; 
DU52122. 

PONGALE PRECIO. (You set the price) A 
television script by Tele-Pellculas 
Independientes de Mexico. Programa 
no. 6. © Tele-Pellculas Independientes 
de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. : 2SJul60; 
C13151. 

POOR PRINCESS ANNABELLE, an adaptation 
with music in three acts from The 
golden goose by Qrlmm. Script by 
Adelene Winter; music Sc lyrics by 
Jean Kopf. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
The golden goose, 2JSep55, DU41053. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Adelene 
M. Winter & Jean B. Kopf; 22Aug60; 
DU51554. 



585Z07 O -61 -5 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



POOR WHITE TRASH, an original screenplay 
by Edward I. Fessler. Originally 
copyright under the title Bayou. NM: 
revisions & addition. © American 
National Films, Inc.; 28Dec60; DP4220. 

POPEYE'S ZOO, by Lyle Kenyon Engel. 
© Lyle Kenyon Engel; 23Sep60; C13278. 

THE POPPY KID, a comedy In three acts 
by Qeorge Allan Cartwrlght, pseud, of 
Richard Poston. © Richard Poston; 
20Dec60; DU52278. 

PORT OUT, STARBOARD HOME, a play in three 
acts by Jackson Lee Ragsdale . 
O Jackson Lee Ragsdale; 280ct60; 
DU51938. 

PORTRAIT OF A MEADOW; play in three acts 
for television by Helen Mellchar. 
© Helen Mellchar; 190ct60; DU51893. 

PORTRAIT OF DEBORAH, a drama in three 
acts by Charles Emery. S. French. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 28jang9, 
DU48326. © Charles Emery; 23Aug60; 
DP4109. 

POST NO BILLS, a musical review. Book & 
lyrics by Jack Sullivan (John P. Sul- 
livan, Jr.); music by Deborah Peek. 
© Deborah Peek & Jack Sullivan; 
l6Sep60; DU51707. 

THE POSITIVE HOUR, a play in two acts by 
Margaret Collins (Mrs. Fletcher Col- 
lins, Jr.) Appl. states prev. reg. 
as The terrace. NM: additions. 
© Margaret James Collins; 9Nov60; 
DU52025 . 

THE POTTER'S FIELD, a play in one act by 
Phyl Steven. London, H. F. W. Deane. 
© Phyl Steven; 22Mar60; DFO-964. 



PRESIDENT NOAH'S SPACE SHIP, a fantasy 
in four scenes by Herschel L. Brlcker. 
© Herschel L. Bricker; llNov60; 
DU52121. 

EL PRESTAMISTA, by Fernando Josseau. 

Buenos Aires, Editorial Talla. 3 acts. 
(Colecclon amerlcana) © Fernando 
Josseau Eterovlc (in notice: Editorial 
Talla); 3Jul57; DF1330. 

THE PRINCE AND THE ROSE, a light 
operetta in one act by Earl Jay 
Gilbert. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Earl Jay Gilbert; 25Aug60; DU51579. 

THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA. SEE 
FHANTOMGREEN. 

PRINCESS LULU'S FIANCE, a lyrical farce 
in five acts by Mussee A. Brahms, 
pseud, of Raymon Marpol. Text only. 
© Raymon Marpol; 210ct60; DU51950. 

PRINCIPLES OF SPACECRAFT LIABILITY; re- 
marks of Spencer M. Beresford at the 
eleventh annual Congress of the Inter- 
national Astronautical Federation, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 16, i960. 
Spencer M. Beresford; 9Aug60; C13152. 

THE PRODIOAL, a play in two acts by 
Jack Richardson. 1st ed. E. P. 
Dutton & Co. © Jack C. Richardson; 
12Sep60; DP4195. 

THE PRODIGY, a play in one act by Louis 

A. Petronlo. © Louis A. Petronlo; 

12Sep60; DU51677. 
THE PROFESSIONAL ATTITUDE, a play in 

three acts by U. Harold Males. 

© U. Harold Males; l4jul60; DU51336. 

PROFESSOR BLAKE, a play by H. B. Amacker. 
© Harmond Burns Amacker; 5Dec60; 
DUt>2201 . 

PROFESSOR TARANNE. SEE FOUR MODERN 
FRENCH COMEDIES. 

PROORAM FOR PEACE, a radio play by Rose 
Schneideman. © Rose Schneldeman; 
21Nov60; DU52098. 



PROGRESS IN THE THERAPY OF SEVERE HYPER- 
TENSION, by H. Mitchell Perry, Jr. 
g> Clba Pharmaceutical Products, Inc.; 
]6Sep60; C13256. 

PROJECT ACHILLES, a twenty-four minute 
teleplay by Jerome Ball. © Jerome 
Ball; 7Nov60; DU52013. 

PROMETEUS; comedia in tre attl di Ello 
Talarlco. (In II Dramma. Torino. 
July I960, p. 9-34) © Ello Talarlco; 
15Jul60; DFO-1037. 

PSYCHOANALYSIS; dialogue by James Oliver 
& Clyde McPhatter. © Ollmac Music, 
Inc.; 8Sep60; C13224. 



PSYCHOLOGICAL DEFENSE; lecture by Gerald 
L. Gelger. © Gerald L. Geiger; 
29Aug60; C13214. 

THE PYRACANTHA, a patio comedy in three 
acts by Wallace Hamilton. © Wallace 
Hamilton; 13Jul60; DU51333. 

THE PYRAMID, a play for television in 
three acts by Emery Nemethy. © Emery 
Nemethy; 8jul60; DU51325. 



Q 



A QUARTER TO MIDNIGHT, a play In two 
acts by Jacob Bentkover. © Jacob 
Bentkover; 3Aug60; DU51441. 



LES QUATRE MURS; piece en 4 actes de 
Renee Barell, pseud, de Ruth Persltz. 
© Renee Barell; l8Nov60; DU52113. 

LES QUATRE SAISONS; piece en 3 actes et 
8 tablea\ix par Pierre Henri Roux. 
© Pierre Henri Roux; I4jul60; DU51385. 

QUEFN EMMA SPEAKS. SEE E OLA 

FMMALANI. 

A QUEER CUSTOMER, a comedy in one act 
for four women by Osbert Mills. 
London, H. F. W. Deane. © Osbert 
Mills; 310ct60; DFO-1033- 

A QUESTION OF TIME. SEE THE HUNTED. 

THE QUIET STREET, a three act play by 
Alice Berman Roth. © Alice Berman 
Roth; Uul60; DU51276. 



R 



THE RABBI AND THE GOLEM, a play In seven 
scenes by Abe Polsky. © Abe Polsky; 
20Dec60; DU52277 . 

THE RABBIT WHO WANTED RED WINGS, a 
musical play in one act for early 
elementary grades. Book, lyrics & 
music by Betty M. Barlow. ?W. M. Co., 
7464) ©Willis Music Co.; 6jun60; 
DP 4154. 

RACINE'S PHAEDRA, a play in five acts. 

Translated by Robert Lowell. NM: 

introductory text. © Robert Lowell; 

270ct60; DU52022. 
RADIATION: FRIEND OR FOE! Paper by 

Herbert E. Farmer. © Herbert E. 

Farmer; 9Aug60; C13186.- 

RAMPID'S HILLS; screenplay in three acts 
written by Debbie Carole, pseud, of 
Nancy Carol Taylor. © Nancy Carol 
Taylor; 26jul60; DU51396. 
RAPTURE, a play in two acts by Arthur 
Goodman. © Arthur Goodman; 27Sep60; 
DU51770. 

RASKOLNIKOFF; Schausplel nach Dostojew- 
skl von Leopold Ahlsen. MUnchen. 
3 acts. © Drei Masken Verlag, 
G.M.B.H.; 10Jul60; DFO-1007. 



RAVENDUZ, a one -act drama by Anne A. 
Heald. © Anne Azgapetlan Heald; 
26Aug60; DU51584. 

READ THE STORY AGAIN, a play in three 
acts by Ruth Naohtlgall. © Ruth 
Nachtigall; 25Nov60; DU52146. 

READING AND SPELLING WITH PHONICS; text 
of four records by Homer L. Pollan, 
Jr. & H. Carl Right. Lesson 1-8. 
© H. L. Pollan, Jr. & H. Carl Klght 
d.b.a. Reading Development Center; 
lNov60; C13343. 

THE REAL AMERICANS, a play in three 
acts written & acted by members of 
the Sarcee, Stony, Cree & Blackfoot 
people of Alberta. © Moral Re-Arma- 
ment; 27Sep60; DU51902. 

THE REBELLION OF RUBY REDROCK, a farce- 
comedy for television (1 hour) by 
Joseph Golden. © Joseph Golden; 
110ct60; DU51859. 

THE REBELS, a one-man solo performance 
by Philip Hanson. © Philip Hanson; 
2^:^60; DU52149. 



RED HOT SERVICE, a sound slldefilm 
scenario for Oldsmoblle Service Dept. 
by Haig & Patterson. © Oldsmoblle 
Service Dept., General Motors Corp.; 
2Nov60; C13368. 

RED LETTER DAY, a suspense drama in 
three acts by Ray Hamby (Raymond 
Irvin Hamby) © Ray Hamby; 13Jul60; 
DU51334. 

REHEARSAL, a play in one act by Valrose 

Llndley. London, H. F. W. Deane. 

(Deane '3 series of plays) © Valrose 

Llndley; 200ct60; DFO-1027. 

DER REIGEN. SEE LA RONDE. 



THE RELUCTANT POOCH; screenplay by 

Laurence Joachim. © Laurence Joachim 
& Barbara Joachim; 20Sep60; DU51722. 

REMEMBER WHEN, a 90 -minute TV show for 
live presentation by Ray Sallack. 
© Ray Sallack; 17Aug60; DU51535. 

REMIND ME TO LIVE, a one act play by 
Allean Lemmon Hale. © Friendship 
Press, Inc.; 6jun60; DP4189. 

RENASCENCE AT APPOMATTOX, a play in two 
acts by Wallace Dace. © Wallace Dace; 
28Jul60; DU51412. 

RENDEZVOUS WITH LIFE, a musical play in 
two acts. Music by Charles Kalman; 
English lyrics by Charles Kalman; bock 
& German lyrics by Peter Goldbaum. 
Text only. NM: "English lyrics." 
© Charles Kalman; 12Aug60; DU51533. 

THE REPENTANT MAN, a play in six scenes 
by Hal Stern. © Hal Stern; 26Jul60; 
DU51394. 



REQUIEM FOR A BUTTERFLY, a drama in two 
acts by Tom Houlihan, Jr. 
© Tom Houlihan, Jr.; 280ct60; 
DU51939. 

RETRIBUTION, a T-V play in four acts by 
Ellas Gilner. © Elias Gllner; 
24Aug60; DU51563. 

THE RETURN, a play in three acts by 
Charles Love. © Charles R. Love; 
8Nov60; DU52027. 

THE RETURN, a play in three acts by 
James C. Rogers. © James C. Rogers; 
29Nov60; DU52310. 

THE RETURN OF MASTER CHRIS, a play of 
failure, of guilt, in five acts by 
Stanton Kaye. © Stanton Kaye; 27Dec60; 
DU52324. 



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3TURN OP SHUTTERS, by Prank Usan, 
© Prank Laian, Jr. ; 

PWARD STRIDE. 



REVELATION IN THE COURTHOUSE PARK; opera 
In four scenes after The Bacchae of 
Euripides by Harry Partch. 6 Harry 
Partch; 22Augo0; DU I 

DEVOLVING DOOR, a play with music 
In two acts by Bernard M. Nechlowltz. 
Text only. O Bernard H. Hechlowltz; 
9Aug60; DU51470. 

REVUE MATERIAL; six skits by Bob Randall, 
pseud, of Stanley B. Ooldsteln. T-?xt 
only. O Bob Randall; 12Dec60; 

REVUE SKETCHES, by Roger Wendell Bowen. 
© Roger Wendell Bowen; 5Jul60; DU51324. 



REWARD FOR JERRY, a play In three acts 
by Edward Ore 
22Aug60; DU53 



by Edward Groag. O Edward Groag; 
H515*3. 



RICHARD'S CORK LEG, a Musical play by 
Brendan Prancls Behan. Text only. 
C Brendan Behan; l8Hov60; DC52116. 

A RIDDLE ON YOUR PINANCIAL PLANS POR THE 
FUTURE; script for a sound slldeflla. 
Presented by the American Institute 
for Financial Planning In association 
with the Mutual Pund Planning Corpora- 
tion and Leys Associates, Inc.; pro- 
duced by David Plel, Inc. O American 
Institute for Plnanclal Planning, Inc.; 
250c t60; C133*l. 

RIEN QUE LA VERITE; piece en 2 LOtes 
de Alfred Oehrl. C Alfred Oehri; 
8Dec60; DU52221. 

RIGHT, RIOBT ON TIME, a sound slldeflla 
scenario for Reynolds 4 Reynolds Co. 
by Halg * Patterson. O Reynolds & 
Reynolds Co.; 2Nov60; C13369. 

THE RISE AND PALL OP MAHAGONNY, an opera 
In three acts. Text by Berthold 
Brecht; music by Kurt Weill. English 
version by W. H. Auden * Chester Kail- 
man. Text only. O W. H. Auden 4 
Chester Kallman; lSep60; DU51627. 

RISE UP NEVER, a play for the screen 
by Harry Tarsky. © Harry Tarsky; 
4Nov60; DU52010. 

RIVER DEEP, a drama for television (30 
Din.) by Joseph Golden. C Joseph 
Golden; 110ct60; DU5I858. 



THE RIVER ROUGE, by Steve Spllos 
(Stephen T. Spllos) © Stephen T. 
Spllos; 22Aug60; C1319 1 *. 

ROADSIDE, a musical play In two acts. 
Adaptation 4; lyrics by Tom Jonea; 
music by Harvey L. Schmidt. Based on 
Roadside by Lynn Rlgg3. Book 4 lyrics 
only. © Tom Jones 4 Harvey Schmidt; 
28Dec60; DU52333. 

ROGUE NYMPH, a play In three acts by 
Homer LeTl3sler. O Homer LeTlssler; 
3Sep60; DU51654. 

ROLLO, a play In three acts by Marcel 
Achard. Adapted by Felicity Douglas. 
London. French. (French's acting 
edition) © Felicity Douglas; 23Aug60; 
DF1370. 

ROMAN CANDLE, a play in three acts by 
Sidney Sheldon. Dramatists Play 
Service. KM: "additions to 4 changes 
in text." © Sidney Sheldon; 30ct60; 
DP4145. 

LES ROMANESQUES. SEE THE FANTASTICKS . 



LA RONDE. (Der Relgen) A play in one 
■ by Arthur Schnltzler. Translated 
by Hans Welgert 4 Patricia Newhall. 
© Patricia Newhall 4 Hans Welgert; 
28Dec60; DU52329. 

A ROOM IN HOTEL BABYLON, a play In one 
scene by E. K. Evans, Jr. © Edward K. 
Evans, Jr.; 240ct60; DU51915. 

ROOT OP ALL EVIL, a play in three acts 
by Kurt Cerf. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Madam Evalseht, i960. NM: Act 2. 
O Kurt Cerf; 110ct60; DU5I856. 

ROSEBUDS POR NOKMAN SNYDER, an original 
one-act play by Robert Murray. 
C Robert Bruce Murray; 5Dec60; 
DU5.°198. 

ROSS, a dramatic portrait by Terence 
Rattlgan. London, H. Hamilton. 
2 acts. © Terence Rattlgan; lONovoO; 
DPO-1011. 

ROTKAPPCHEN, eln Klndermarchen-Lustspiel 
In Jrel Blldern von Robert Bttrkner. 
Hamburg. © Richard Bars BUhnenverlag, 
K.O., 'Die Rampe"; 15Dec59; DPO-989. 

ROTTEN WOOD, a play In one scene by 
E. K. Evans, Jr. O Edward K. Evans, 
Jr.; l4Nov60; DU52061. 

ON THE MOON, a space-western 
operetta In two acts fn- elementary 
grades by Don Wilson. A sequel to 
Cowboy on the moon. Vocal score 4 
libretto. O Remlck MU3lc Corp.; 
6DecoO; D- 

ROYAL ADVENTURER, a play In one act by 
Sidney Carver. London, H. P. W. 
Deane. (Deane's series of plays) 
O Sidney Carver; 210ct60; DPO-1028. 

RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER; dialogue 
over musical vamp by Ross Bagdasarlan. 
Text only. O Monarch Music Co., Inc.; 
280ct60; DU51992. 

RUMBLE; original screenplay by Oay Oaer 
(Gay Gaer Luce) with additional scenes 
by Paul Oaer; story by Paul 4 Oay 
Oaer. O Gay Gaer Luce 4 Paul Oaer; 
19Jul60; DU51111. 

RUMPUS; dramatleo-rauslcal In two acts. 
Music by Perry Friedman; book 4 lyrics 
by Zan Skolnlck. Text only. © Zan 
Skolnlck; 12Sep60; DU51675. 

RUNNING POR BLOOD, a new three act play 
by Peter John Stephens. © Peter John 
Stephens; 2=Jul60; DU51392. 



SAILOR WITH THE GOLDEN BELLS; musical 
comedy script by Eubanks C. Hill. 
Text only. O Eubanks C. Hill; 
HAug60; DU51573. 

SALES PROMOTION. SEE PACKAOINGj 
ADVERTISING; SALES PROMOTION. 

SAM ON THE RIGHT TRACK, a play for tele- 
vision by Charles Best. © Charles M. 
Best, Jr.; 8Nov60; DU52032. 

SAMANTHA, a comedy about the pop record 
biz in two acts by H. (Helen Swann, 
pseud, of Helen Ives) & J. Sakol. 
Text only. © Helen Swann & Jeanne 
Sakol; 7Jul60; DU51298. 

SAI'iOAlI JOURNEY, a play in four scenes by 
Dorothy Burr. Text only. © Dorothy 
Burr; 25Jul60; DU51339. 

SAMSON. SEE BIBLE STORIES: SAJ'.SON. 

THE SANCTUARY, a Christmas playlet In 
three scenes by Beatrice Judd Ryan 
based on the several Xmas legends that 
Our Lord Jesus was in Britain before 
his ministry. © Beatrice Judd Ryan; 
240ct60; DU52024. 



SANCTUARY ISLAND, a play In three aots 
by David A. Englander. © David A. 
Englander; lAugoO; DU51479. 

THE SANDBOX. SEE THE ZOO STORY. 

SANDRA, a drama In three aots by Anslavs 
Eglltls. Translated by Marls U. Ubans. 
© Anslavs Eglltls; 26Sep60; DU51753. 

SANKA PRESENTS ANKA; script for a tele- 
vision program created by Robert Sil- 
ver. © Robert Silver; 12Sep60; C13237. 

SANTA AND THE MAGIC REINS, an original 
and animated story In nine scenes by 
Prances Jaoquallne Horton to be made 
Into a color, sound, 16 mm. movie. 
© Prances Jacquallne Horton; 200ct60; 
DU51965. 

SANTA STRIKES BACK, a radio play by Rose 
Schneldeman. Text only. © Rose 
Schneideman; 21Nov60; DU52096. 

SAPPHO; Trauersplel in funf Aufzugen 
von Franz_Grlllparzer. Elngoleltet 
von A. Grunberg. Wlen. (Osterreich- 
Reihne, Bd.e9) NM: intrcd. © Berg- 
land Verlag Gesellschaft M.B.H.; 
5DecS9; AFO-31078. 

SARA; original television play by E. M. 
Fadlgan. © Ellen Marie Fadlgan; 
15Aug60; DU51522. 



SATELLITES 4 LAUDING ON THE MOOH. 
LAND OH THE MOON. 



SEE 



SATIN SLIPPERS, a play with music in two 
acts. Music by Leroy Del Carlo; book 
& lyrics by Anthony Sanflllppo. Text 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. as My 
ballerina. NM: revisions. © Anthony 
Gerald Sanflllppo; 26Jul60; DU51400. 

SATURDAY PROM (Television program) 
Writers: Hal llackady 4 Donald K. 
Epstein. Text only. © Pryed Pro- 
ductions, Inc. 
Show no. 

1. Oct. 15, I960. © lDec60; DU52179. 

2. Oct. 22, I960. © lDec60; DU52180. 

SAY KID, by Hansl Braudy 4 others. Text 
only. 2 acts. © Hansl Braudy, Esther 
Plelshman, Philip Fleishman, Dorothy 
Qattegno, Barbara Oreenberg, Gene 
Sprung 4 Sondra Sprung; l4Aug60; 
DP4136. 

SAY YES TO LIFE, YE MORTALS, a play in 
three acts by John Locke. © John 
Locke; l8jul60; DU51357. 

SCENARIO OF POLITICAL SCENES, by Ethel 
A. Roesch. © Ethel A. Roesch; 
27Sep60; C13337. 

THE SCHISM; screenplay by Jay Kelly 
Hardesty, pseud, of Joan L. Gammons. 
r <J Joan L. Gammons; 9Aug60; DU51469. 

SCHHITZLE'S PEKDICAMENT. SEE JINMY 
DEE, REPORTER & SCHHITZLE'S PEKDICA- 
MENT. 

SCHOOL FOR WIVES, a farce for all women 
in three acts by Osbert Mills. 
London, H. F. W. Deane. (Deane's 
series of plays) © Osbert Mills; 
21Apr60; DFO-978. 

SCOOTIE; story with music by Jane Norman;, 
pseud, of Jane L. Goldberg. © Jane L. 
Goldberg; l4Sep60; 013241. 

SCOTTY, a play in three acts based on 
the novel by Christopher Davis. 
© Christopher Davis; HJul60; DU51308. 

SCRIBBIT MIFFLE; story with music by 
Jane Norman, pseud, of Jane L. Gold- 
berg. © Jane L. Goldberg; l4Sep60; 
C13239. 



SCRIPT SHIP TO SHORE NO. 7051. 
SHIP TO SHORE. 



SEE 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



SEAN 0' FEY, a musical play in three 
acts. lyrics by Diane Lampert & Peter 
Farrow; music by David Saxon. © Diane 
Lampert, Peter Farrow & David Saxon; 
4Nov60; DU51989. 

A SEARCH FOR HISSING HEN, a play by 

Albert Dekker. From an Idea suggested 
by Edith Atwater. © Albert Dekker & 
Edith Atwater; 12Dec60; DU52287. 

SECOND BEST; screenplay based on the life 
Dixie Ann Dikes by Harold Robblns. 
Formerly The girl and the gun. © Gal- 
breath Pictures Productions, Inc.; 
29Sep60; DU518OI. 

SECOND BEST BED, a play In three acts by 
Qaye Campbell. © Gaye Campbell; 
2Dec60; DU52188. 

THE SECOND CUP, a play In three acts by 
Marguerite Drennen. © Marguerite 
Drennen; 7Nov60; DU52021. 

THE SKCOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS; paper 
delivered orally by Perry Okey. 
© Perry Okey; 7Nov60; C13383. 

THE SECOND YEAR; monologue by Doug 
Harrell (J. D. Harrell) © Bentley 
Music Co.; I4jul60; C1J150. 

SECRET OF THE AMPHORA. SEE MAVERICK: 
SECRET OF THE AMPHORA. 

THE SEESAW LOG. SEE WO FOR THE SEE- 
SAW. 

SELF-SUCCESS; script for a reducing 
record by Robert Nagy & others. 
© Robert Nagy, Harry C. Buzby & 
Lorenzo J. Chieco; 9Aug60; C13154. 

SELLING SOLID COMFORT (WITH JUST ONE, 
TWO, THREE!); script for a sound 
slldefilm in color on 1961 room air 
conditioners for Frlgidalre Division, 
General Motor3 Corp. Writer: David C. 
Welling. Appl. author: Wilding, Inc., 
employer for hire. O Wilding, Inc.; 
31Aug60; DU51684. 

SELLING TACTICS, INSIDE AND OUT; motion 
picture script in five units, prepared 
for Continental Illinois National 
Bank. Writer: T. Sassano. Appl. 
author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Wilding, Inc.; 7Nov60; 
DU52109 . 

SELLING THE PROGRAM; recording script 
written by Robert E. Taylor. © Robert 
E. Taylor; 22Nov60; DU52133. 

SENIOR STAR, a comedy-drama In three 
acts by Gladys Hulette. © Gladys 
Hulette; l8Jul60; DU51458. 

THE SENTRIES, a play In three acts by 
Charles E. Sleater. © Charles Elmer 
Sleater; 100ct60; DU51849. 

SERVETUS. SEE ONCE UP0!f A TOWN. 

THE SEVEN AGES, a duolog by George 
Ralph. © George Ralph; l4Dec60; 
DU52260. 

SEVEN, EIGHT, DON'T BE LATE, a revue in 
eight parts by Richard A. Geiselman. 
Text only. © Ricard A. Geiselman; 
28Nov60; DU52236. 

THE SEVEN OF CLUBS; comedy in one act, 
light farce, by Pierre Morren. 
© Pierre Morren; lDec60; DU52312. 

SEVEN PLAYS, by Michel de Ghelderode; 
with an lntrod. by George Hauger. 
Selections from The Ostend interviews, 
The women at the tomb, and 5 other 
plays translated by George Hauger; 
Lord Halewyn translated by Gerard Hop- 
kins. (A Mermaid dramabook, MD19) 
NM: compilation. © Hill & Wang, Inc.; 
7Sep60; DPI 170. 



SEVEN TIMES MONDAY, a play in three 
acts by Ernest Pendrell. ©Ernest 
Pendrell; 20Dec60; DU52276. 



THE SEVENTEENTH LAUGH, a short play in 
three scenes by John W. Owen. 
© John W. Owen; 60ct60; DU5I838. 

SEX STRIKES BACK, a satirical comedy in 
two acts by Abe Kroll (Abraham Kroll) 
© Abraham Kroll; 19Sep60; DU51726. 

LE SEXE ET LE NEANT; piece en trois 

actes et epilogue de Thierry Maulnler, 
pseud, de Andre Talagrand. (In Les 
oeuvres llbres. Paris. N0.I69, 
p. 157-256) © Thierry Maulnler; 
30Jun60; DFO-1002. 

A SHADE OF SUSPICION, a half -hour tele- 
vision play by Louise Crago (Mrs. R. E. 
Crago) © Louise Crago; loSep60; 
DU51710. 

THE SHADOW EMPRESS, a play In three acts 
by John Hiram Hearn. © John Hiram 
Hearn; lljul60; DU51307. 

SHADOW OF AN IMAGE, a three act play by 
J. P. Stevens, pseud, of Gerald S. 
Paonessa. © Gerald S. Paonessa; 
12Sep60; DU51674. 

SHADOWS OF A DREAM, a play in three acts 
by Virginia Gilchrist (Mrs. Robert C. 
Deckelman) Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Halfway house, DU62597. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Virginia Gilchrist; 
29Aug60; DU51596. 



SHALOM, a musical play In two acts. 
Book by Don Appell; music & lyrics 
by Jerry Herman. Text only. © Don 
Appell S: Jerry Herman; 30Sep6O; 
DU51809. 



SHAME THE DEVIL, a television play in 
four acts by Kirke Mechem. © Klrke F. 
Mechera; 31Aug60; DU51615. 

THE SHAVIAN WAY, a tribute to a 

dlabollan in one-act by Bill McCabe. 
© Bill McCabe; l8jul60; DU51351. 

SHE WORE CAMELLIAS; drama-musical in 5 
acts adapted and translated from La 
dame aux camelias by Alexandre Dumas, 
fils and set to music of La traviata 
by Giuseppe Verdi, by Eva Leoni, pseud, 
of Betty Herbert. Text only. © Eva 
Leoni; 29Aug60; DU51599. 

THE SHELDON ELMORE STORY. SEE 
ADDRESS: UNKNOWN. THE SHELDON 
ELMORE STORY. 

THE SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS, a play in 
three acts adapted by Michael F. Kelly 
from the novel by Harold Bell Wright. 
© Michael Francis Kelly; 15Jul60; 
DU51348. 

THE SHEPHERDS BROUGHT A SONG, a reli- 
gious drama for Christmas by Lenore H. 
Morgan. Playing time: forty minutes. 
© Lenore H. Morgan; 15Ncv60; DU52063. 

SHERWOOD ANDERSON'S WINESBURO, OHIO; 
dramatized by Christopher Sergei. 
3 acts. © Christopher Sergei; 30ct60; 
DP4139. 

SHE'S MINE, a comedy In three acts by 
Sylvia P. Turk. © Sylvia P. Turk; 
12Dec60; DU52241. 

THE SHIFTING HEART, a play in three acts 
by Richard Beynon. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) ©Richard 
Beynon; 12Jul60; DF1360. 



SHINE A DEADLY LIGHT, a television play 
in 3 acts by Orln Borsten. © Orin 
Borsten; 4Aug60; DU51447. 

SHIP TO SHORE; script no. 7051 by Aero- 
Progress. ©Aero-Progress, Inc.; 
lAug60; 013144. 

THE SHOEMAKER'S PRODIGIOUS WIFE. La 
zapatera prodlglosa. A violent farce 
in two acts by Federlco Garcia Lorca. 
Translated Into American idiom by 
Anne Ketcham Blodgett 4 Marion Lip- 
scomb Miller. © Anne Ketcham Blod- 
gett & Marlon Lipscomb Miller; 
16Nov60; DU52072. 

THE SHOOTING GALLERY, a play in three 
acts by Peter Stone from the French 
play by Jean Loui3 Roncoronl. © Peter 
H. Stone; 120ct60; DU51919. 
THE SHOPLIFTER AND THE EXAMINER, by 
Lincoln M. Zonn. © Lincoln M. Zonn; 
l8Aug60; C13192. 

SHORT PLAYS FROM THE GREAT CLASSICS, 
FOR YOUNG ACTORS AND ACTRESSES by 
Vernon Howard. With drawings by 
Shlzu. © Sterling Pub. Co., Inc.; 
23May60; Ak7l5k7. 

SHORTHAND BY SOUND, by Richard Wlersma. 
©Sound Education Co.; 6Dec60; C13399. 

SHUNNED, a play in two acts by Judith 
Keller Palestrant. © Judith Keller 
Palestrant; 3Nov60; DU52000. 



THE SHY DRAGON, a play in two acts by 
Bill McCabe (Billy Edmond McCabe) 
© Bill McCabe; 15Nov60; DU52062. 

SIDE SHOW ON PARNASSUS, a play in three 
acts by Samuel A. Rulon. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Store:, 6jul55, DU 40237. 
NM: rev. & rewritten. © Samuel A. 
Rulon; 22Nov60; DU52130. 

A SIGHT FOR SORE THOUGHTS, by Howard 
Stein. (In Mayorga, Margaret, ed. 
The beBt short plays, 1959-196O. 
p. 165-194) © Howard Stein; 100ct60; 
DP 4207. 

THE SIGN OF THE PISCES, a screenplay by 
Kay Carlton, pseud, of Rose-Davlda 
Franklin. © Kay Carlton; HJul60; 
DU51310. 

SILENCE IN THE COCKTAIL PARTY. SEE 
EN AVANT, COCO. 

THE SILENT BEAMS INTRUDE, a play in 
three acts by Joseph Asher & Clifford 
Stevens, pseud, of Clifford Weisse. 
© Joseph Asher :x Clifford Stevens; 
29Aug60; DU51595. 



SILENT NIGHT, LONELY NIGHT, a new play 
by Robert Anderson. Random House. 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
8Apr58, DU46743. NM: revisions. 
© Robert Anderson; 6Jun60; DP4094. 

SILENT SERVICE. SEE STORIES OF THE 
SILENT SERVICE. 

SILENT THE HUNTER, an original play for 
television in five scenes by Harry 
Frltziu3. © Harry Fritzius; 29Aug60; 
DU516O0. 

SILVER HEROES, NEITHER GOLD NOR BRASS; 
three one act plays with a related 
theme by R. C. Lesser. © R. C. 
Lesser; 15Jul60; DU51344. 

SILVER TREE, a play in one act by Jean 
Bullowa. © Jean Bullowa; 40ct60; 
DU51823 . 

SIMON'S DILEMMA, a light comedy & drama 
In three acts by Bernard Levlne. 
© Bernard Levlne; 19Dec60; DU52274. 






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A SIMPLE LITTLE AFPAIR, a comedy In one 

act by George Herman. O Samuel 

French, Inc.; l^proO; DP- 
SIMPLE SIMON; children's play In three 
: k Brumbaugh. S. Prench. 

Appl. states prev. res. 1959, DU49021. 

O Patrick Brumbaugh; 3Apr6o ; 

SIMPLE SPYMEN, a farce by John Chapman. 

London, English Theatre Guild. 3 acts. 

(Guild library) O John Chapman; 
20Jun60; DP1329. 

SIR BOSS, an unpublished play In three 
acts by Ralph Bushnell Potts. Sug- 
gested by the author '3 novel of the 
same name. Ralph Bushnell Potts; 

itae 

SIR OSBKRT SITVBLL'S THE CINDERELLA 
COMPLEX. Dramatized by Ruth Puller, 
pseud, of Ruth P. Sergei. 3 acts. 
O Dramatic Pub. Co.; JOct60; DP4151. 

SIX, a new revue by Martin Sherman. 
Music by Jim Wise. Text only. 
O Martin Sherman & Michael Welner; 
I63ep60; DU51706. 

SIX CYLINDER LOVE. SEE PLY AWAY HOME. 

SIX MILLION AND ONE, a play In three 
acts by Robert Simpson. O Robert 
Simpson; 22Jul60; DU51378. 

SIXTY THIRD AT COTTAOE OROVE, a play In 
one act by Carole Evans & Easmond 
Evans, Jr. O Easmond Evans, Jr. 4 
Carole W. Evans; 13Jul60; DU51332. 

DIE SIZILIANISCHE VESPER; Oper In sechs 
Bildem nach dem Libretto von 
E. Scribe und C. Duveyrler. FUr die 
deutsche OpernbUhne volllg neu 
bearbeltet von Julius Kapp. Musik von 
Giuseppe Verdi. Text only. Wlen. 
(Nr. 1034J) O Universal-Edition, A.G.; 
31Dec32; DF1344. 

SKETCHES AND LYRICS PROM LIVING FOR 
PLEASURE: Jollljaunta, No ball. Under 
your hat, Getting away with It, Low 
finance 4 Prlends, by Arthur Macrae. 
Music by Richard Addlnsell. London, 
Prench. Text only. ( Prench 's acting 
edition) O Arthur Macrae; 12Jul60; 
DPI 368. 

SKETCHES AND LYRICS PROM LIVINO POR 
PLEASURE: Shepherding sheep, Neuroses 
in bloom, Leave it on the tray. No 
better than she should be 4 The 
horse's aspirations, by Arthur Macrae. 
Music by Richard Addlnsell. London, 
Prench. Text only. (French's acting 
edition) © Chappell 4 Co., Ltd.; 
12Jul60; DPI 369. 

SEEN DEEP, a play In three acts by 

Richard Cavalier. © Richard Cavalier; 
l6Nov60; DU52075. 

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT, a comedy In three 
acts by Margery Burns. Dramatic Pub. 
Co. © Margery Burns; 60ct60; DP4150. 

SLEEPINO BEAUTY, a musical play In 
3 acts. Music by Richard D'Honau; 
book * lyrics by Gladys Fornell; 
choreography by Marilyn D'Honau. 
© Richard Allen D'Honau 4 Gladys 
Fornell; 170ct60; DU51860. 

THE SLEEPING DOGS, a one act comedy for 
women by G. E. Bollans. London, 
H. F. W. Deane. © 0. E. Bollans; 
l80ct60; DF0-1026. 

SLEEPY HOLLOW, a musical version In two 
acts of The legend of Sleepy Hollow by 
Washington Irving. Words 4 music by 
Norman H. Van Dlest. © Norman Henry 
Van Dlest; 260ct60; DU51925. 



A SLIGHT ACHE, a play for radio by 
Harold Pinter. © Theatre Promotions, 
Ltd.; l6Nov60; DU52288. 

SMALL BOAT WARNING; screenplay In three 
acts by Nancy Dugger. © Nancy Dugger; 
6Sep60; DU51640. 



A SMALL CASE OP PRIENDSHIP, a comedy for 
television by Joseph Oolden. 
© Joseph Oolden; 2&Sep60; DU51772. 

THE SMILER, an heroic drama In three 
acts with prologue 4 epilogue, by 
J. W. David Sullivan. © J. W. David 
Sullivan; l6Dec60; DU52267. 

:;PPY. SEE IT WAS A SNAP. 

SNOW POR THE LOVERS, a farce-comedy by 
Joseph Baldwin. O Joseph B. Baldwin; 
29Sep60; DU51804. 

SO SINGS THE BELL; opera In one act by 
George Wehner. O George Wehner; 
15JU160; DU51346. 



SOCIAL CLIMBING, a satirical fantasy on 
the theme of social statistics In five 
acts with music by Rolf Forsberg, 
pseud, of Albert R. Forsberg. Text 
only. O Rolf Forsberg; lSep60; 
DU51621. 

SOLDATENSPIELE; drel dramatlsche 

Historian von Arnold Zwelg. Berlin. 
© Aufbau-Verlag; lNovJjb; AF17621. 

SOLDIERS OP PEACE, a radio play by Rose 
Schneldeman. NM: revision 4 additions. 
© Rose Schneldman; 21Nov60; DU52094. 

SOME HAPPY DAY; musical comedy In two 
acta. Book, words & music by Joyoe G. 
Reld. Text only. © Joyce 0. Reld; 
3Aug60; DU51436. 

SOME IDEAS ABOUT PROSPECTING; recording 
script written by Robert E. Taylor. 
© Robert E. Taylor; 22Nov60; DU52132. 

SOME SAY THE DIVIL'S DEAD, a play In 
five acts by John Crllley. © John 
Crllley; 19Jul60; DU51360. 

SOMEONE ELSE'S PRETTY TOYS, a drama for 
women In three acts by Sam Bate. 
London, H. P. W. Deane. (Deane's 
series of plays) © Sam Bate; 
27Sep60; DP0-1020. 

SOMETHING ATTEMPTED, a comedy thriller 
In three acts by Joan Brampton. 
London, H. F. W. Deane. (Deane's 
series of plays) © Joan Brampton; 
I4jan60; DFO-974. 

SOMETHING EXTRA! Audio script by Kalb, 

Voorhl3 4 Co. © Kalb, Voorhls & Co.; 

30Aug60; C13252. 
SOMETHING IN OUR BLOOD, a play In two 

acts by Arkady Leokum. © Arkady 

Leokum; 19Aug60; DU51541. 

SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR, a play In one act 
for five women by Olivia Ashdowne. 
London, H. F. W. Deane. © Olivia 
Ashdowne; 310ct60; DF0-10I2. 

SOMETHING TO REMEMBER; screenplay by 
Michael J. Curtln. © Michael J. 
Curtln; l4jul60; DU51333. 

SOMETHING WILD IN THE CITY; written for 
the screen by Jack Garfeln & Alex 
Karmel. Based on the novel by Alex 
Karmel. Appl. author: Prometheus 
Enterprises, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Prometheus Enterprises, Inc.; 
27Jun60; DU51319. 
SOMETIMES GIFTS ARE PEOPLE, a play In 
nine scenes by Robert Ley, pseud, of 
Robert Lelbacher. © Robert Lelbacher; 
27Dec60; DU52320. 



SOMEWHERE TO 00, a play In three acts by 
Maxwell Maltz. © Maxwell Maltz; 
260ot60; DU51928. 



EIN SOMMERNACHTSTRAUM. 
SUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 



SEE A MID- 



THE SON OF THE HIOHEST, a dramatization 
of the Christmas story In song and 
word, by D. Bruoe Lookerble. Music 
edited and arr. by W. Roland Felts. 
Appl. author: Rodeheaver Co., employer 
for hire of W. Roland Felts. NM: 
dramatization, editing & arrangement. 
©Rodeheaver Co.; 7Nov60; DP4178. 

SONG OF AMERICA; aorlpt for a radio 
program In stereo In three acts by 
Adele Malott 4 Bill Browning (Billy 
Dean Browning) © Adele Renee Malott & 
Bill Browning; 50ct60; DU51825- 

SONG OF HIAWATHA. SEE YOUNG HIAWATHA. 

THE SONO OP LOUISE IN THE MORNINO, a 
play In one act by Patricia Joudry. 
Text only. © Patricia Joudry, Ltd.; 
28Nov60; DP4183. 

SONGBIRD, a musical play In two acts 
based on Ibsen's A doll's house. Mu- 
sic, lyrics and adaptation by Henry 
Clay Fanelll. © Henry Clay Fanelll; 
9Aug60; DU51475. 

THE SONS OF GOD, a teleplay by Starr 
Jenkins. © Starr Jenkins; lAug60; 
DU51480. 

SORTIE DE SECOURS, par Daniel Guerln. 
Adaptation scenlque en 2 actes et 14 
tableaux d'apres le roman d'lgnazlo 
Selone, Le grain sous la nelge. 
© Daniel Guerln; 12Aug60; DU51531. 

THE SOUND OF MURDER, a play In three 
acts by William Falrchlld. London, 
S. French. (French's acting edition) 
© William Falrchlld; 3May60; DF1362. 

THE SOUND OF MUSIC, a new musical play. 
Music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by 
Oscar Hammersteln II; book by Howard 
Lindsay 4 Russel Crouse. Suggested by 
The Trapp family singers by Maria 
Augusta Trapp. Libretto. Random 
House. 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. HFeb60, DU50540. NM: revisions. 
© Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammersteln 
II, Howard Lindsay 4 Russel Crouse; 
26May60; DP4087. 

THE SOUNDS OF LANOUAOE, FILM 2, a program 
designed for teaching and learning a 
second language. Prepared by Theo- 
dore B. Karp. © Theodore B. Karp; 
29Sep60; C13308. 

SOUTHERN COMFORT, a play In three acts 
by Katherlne 4 Dale Eunson. © Dale 
Eunson 4 Katherlne Albert Eunson; 
l8Nov60; DU52089. 

THE SOVEREIGN STATE OF ALBERT, a three - 
act comedy by Baron F. Levin. © Baron 
F. Levin; 30Dec60; DU52316. 

SOY DE LA LOMA; comedy drama In two 

acts by Emll Belasco. Text In Spanish. 
© Emll Belasco; 310ct60; DU51957. 

SPAGHETTI, OUT OF THIS WORLD! A lyrical, 
comic phantasy in three acts by Mussee 
A. Brahms, pBeud. of Raymon W. Marpol. 
Text only. © Raymon W. Marpol; 
210ct60; DU51951. 

SPAIN; dialogue over musical vamp by 
Ross Bagdasarlan. Text only. 
© Monarch Music Co., Inc.; 280ct60; 
DU51993. 

THE SPARK THAT KINDLES, an original 
three-act play In six scenes by Bllx 
Ruskay, pseud, of Esther Jane Bre3ler. 
Based on records & diary of Hannah 
Senesh. © Bllx Ruskay; 15Dec60; 
DU52265. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



SPEECH IMPROVEMENT; DO -IT -YOURSELF J 
Script for a record course by Phyllis 
Rooder (Phyllis Rooder Weiss) 
© Phyllis Rooder Weiss; 2O0ct60; 
C13330. 

THE SPEEDIEST DANCER; or, The spinning 
dancer, a sketch In one act by Elena 
Beltempo 4 Leon La Morrle Angelastro. 
© Leon L. Angelastro; l8Aug60; 013199. 

SPELLING MADE EASY; recording script by 
Richard Wleraraa. © Sound Education 
Co.; 15Sep60; C13248. 

SPIES IN YOUR EYES, a musical comedy In 
two acts. Composer, Lester Fondller; 
wrlterB, Paul Schwartz ft Harry Tarsky. 
Text only. © Paul Schwartz, Lester 
Fondller & Harry Tarsky; 210ct60; 
DU51904 . 

THE SPINNING DANCER. SEE THE SPEEDIEST 
DANCER. 

SPONSOR'S DO-IT-YOURSELF SHOW, N0.1; 
script for a television program by 
Louis E. Petrlllo. © Louis Ernest 
Petrlllo; 26Sep60; C13283. 

THE SPOOFYDOOFS' FUNNYBONE, a play by 
Jack Frakes (John Dean Prakes, Jr.) 
© Jack Frakes; 3Nov60; DU52002. 

SQUARE DANCE, a play in three acts by 
Joan Morgan. London, S. French. 
(French's acting edition) © Joan 
Morgan; 5Apr60; DF1349. 

SQUAW MAN; screenplay written by Shaman 
Doome. © Brigltte Kuttner Trace; 
19Sep60; DU51724. 

SQUEEMIE; story with music by Jane Nor- 
man, pseud, of Jane L. Goldberg. 
© Jane L. Goldberg; l4Sep60; C13240. 

SQUIBBLE, a half hour weekly comedy 

series for television by Clint Powell. 
Sample script. © Clint Powell; 
260ct60; DU51929. 
A STAR FOR AARON, an original television 
play by Jerome Marvin Goldman. 
© Jerome Marvin Goldman; 22Aug60; 
DU51J46. 

THE STAR OF LIFE, a Christmas play by 
Jerry S. 8c Bemelle W. Raynor. 
© Jerry S. Raynor & Bemelle W. Ray- 
nor; 19Dec60; DU52275. 

STEADY, STEPHANIE! A one -act play by 
Elolse Jarvis McGraw. © Elolse Jarvls 
McGraw; 29Aug60; DU51589. 

THE STERLING GAVEL, a television play In 
three acts by Adele Braelow Luftman. 
© Adele Braelow Luftman; 19Sep60; 
DU51729. 

STOFFRESTE; Ballett in elnem Akt von 
Qitnter Grass. Muslk von Arlbert 
Relmann. Berlin. Libretto. © Bote 
& Bock; 29Jun60; DFO-1008. 

A STONE IN THE NET, a play by Kent 
Deigaard. © Kent Delgaard; 310ct60; 
DU51956. 

STORE. SEE SIDE SHOW ON PARNASSUS. 

STORIES OF THE SILENT SERVICE; a 

series by Anron Norman. 6 segments. 
1st draft. © Lyle Kenyon Engel; 
8Dec60; C133B8. 

A STORY ABOUT FOREST LAWN, by Pierce 
Webster. © Pierce Webster; 29Dec60; 
C13414. 

THE STORY OF ALADDIN AND HIS WONDERFUL 
LAMP, a pantomime in three acts, with 
music from the operas of Sir Arthur 
Sullivan, by Ronald Parr. London. 
French. (French's acting edition) 
Text only. © Ronald Parr; 40ct60; 
DPI 382. 



THE STORY OF COWS; script for a motion 
picture by Salvatore T. Covlno. 
© Salvatore T. Covino; l8Jul60; C13168. 

THE STORY OF MARY MARLIN. SEE 

THE NATIVITY. 
THE STORY OF RUTH. SEE BIBLE STORIES: 

THE STORY OF RUTH. 

THE STRANGE CASE OF MR. BEEKER'S LAMP- 
POST; screenplay by Pacific Finance 
Corp. ©Pacific Finance Corp.; 
11JU160; C13125. 

A STRANGE STORY, a new play In three 
acts by Louis S. Bardoly. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 4Mar55, DU39351; 
6May55, DU39761; 13Jan56, DU41516: 
l6Mar56, DU42026; 17Jul56, DU43148. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Louis S. 
Bardoly; 310ct60; DU51959. 

STRANGER IN THE EARTH, a play in three 
acts by Wilson Skelton. © Wilson 
Vernon Skelton; 24Aug60; DU51565. 

STRANGERS TO THE LAND, a play In three 
acts by Charles Frlnk. © Charles 
Frlnk; 9Aug60; DU51477. 

STRICTLY KOSHER, a comedy in three acts 
by William M. Blatt. © Mrs. William 
Blatt (Lucie Blatt); 9Aug60; DU51471. 

STRIKE HAPPY, a farcical comedy In three 
acts by Duncan Greenwood. London. 
French. (French's acting edition) 
© Duncan Greenwood; 110ct60; DF1384. 

STRUGGLE, a play in two acts by Hal 
Stern. © Hal Stern; 2Aug60; DU51433. 

STUCK IN ARABIA; dialogue over musical 
vamp by Ross Bagdasarian. Text only. 
©Monarch Mu3lc Co., Inc.; 270ct60; 
DU5198t. 

THE SUBCOMMITTEE REVUE OF I960, a musical 
play by Irvln T. Shapiro & Richard C. 
Harrison. © Irvin T. Shapiro & 
Richard C. Harrison; 2Dec60; DU52187. 

THE SUBSTANCE OF A HOUSE, a tragic 
comedy In three acts by Rudolph 
Carlngi. © Rudolph Caringl; 1Nov60; 
DU5197^ . 



SUGAR AND SPICE, a musical play In 3 
acts by Edgar C. Cearley, Jr. © Edgar 
C. Cearley, Jr.; 19Sep60; DU51730. 

THE SUICIDE CLUB; screenplay by George 
W. Waters Sc Richard Bernstein. 
Adapted by George W. Waters from the 
story The young man with the cream 
tarts by Robert Louis Stevenson. 
© Iron Foxhole, Inc.; 10Aug60; DU51512- 

A SUITCASE FOR IRENE, a play In two acts 
by E. Stern. © E. Stern; 270ct60; 
DU51932. 



SULLY'S, a short play In one act by 
Rosalie Schwartz. © Rosalie Schwartz; 
27Sep60; DU51788. 

THE SUMMER CIRCUS, a play in four act3 
by Van Van Praag. Appl. states prev. 
reg. a3 No difference at all, Nov. 
1948. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Van Van Praag; 19Jul60; DU51358. 

A SUMMER FOR THE INDIANS, a comedy in 
one act by John Kirkpatrick. © Samuel 
French, Inc.; 28Jul60; DP4104. 

THE SUMMER HOUSE, a play by F. D. Reeve. 
© Helen S. Reeve; 8Nov60; DU52079. 

THE SUMMER PYGMIES, a new play in three 
acts by Gerard Marchette. © Gerard 
Joseph Marchette; 29Sep60; DU51796. 



SUNDAY BRUNCH; script from off Broadway 
production Greenwich Village, USA, 
by Jeanne P. Bargy & others. © Sun- 
beam Music Corp.; 12Dec60; C13393. 

SUNDAY DATE; screenplay In two acts by 
Lola Kovener. © Lola Kovener; 
l6Sep60; DU51717. 

SUPREME SACRIFICE, the lost opera of 
i860. The Immortal love story, a 
drama in 4 acts, by Victor N. 
Genovarlo. Text only. © Victor 
Genovario; 210ct60; DU52023. 

THE SURE HAND OF GOD, a play In three 
acts by Harry Essex. From the novel 
by Erskine Caldwell. © Harry J. 
Essex; 9Dec60; DU52226. 

LES SURVIVANTS, a play by Bernard 
Chesnais. © Bernard Chesnals; 
l8Nov60; DU52115. 

THE SWEETEST FLOWER THAT GROWS, a play 
In one act by Olive B. Dresser. 
© Olive B. Dresser; 12Sep60; DU51672. 

SWIFT ARROW'S ADVENTURE; story 11, with 
music by Jane Norman, pseud, of Jane 
L. Goldberg. © Jane L. Goldberg; 
310ct60; C13346. 

THE SWORD OF HEAVEN, a screenplay by 
Edward & Paula Fitzgerald. © Edward 
& Paula Podesta Fitzgerald; 8Dec60; 
DU52220. 

THE SYCAMORE TREE, a play in three acts 
by Alfred E. Schwartz. © Alfred E. 
Schwartz; 8Dec60; DU52218. 

SYLVESTER, a musical comedy in two acts. 
Book & lyrics by Bernle Spiro (Bernard 
Splro); music by Esther Stoller. 
© Bernard Splro; 250ct60; DU51918. 



T 'N' T (TEENAGERS 'N' TOTS); half hour 
TV variety program by Sam Brownsteln 
(Samuel Hyman Brownsteln) © Samuel 
flyman Brownsteln; l6Sep60; C13234. 

TABBY'S SYMPHONY ADVENTURES; books 1-4 
to be delivered orally by Vera Sharp. 
NM: revision & additions. © Vera 
Sharp (Mrs. Alan A. Sharp); 9Dec60; 
C13392. 

TABBY'S SYMPHONY ADVENTURES; vol. no.l. 
By Vera Sharp (Mrs. Alan A. Sharp) 
© Vera Sharp; 21;0ct60; C13333. 

TAHKEE, TEXAS, a play by David Katz. 
Text only. 3 acts. Appl. authors: 
Sally Katz & Sidney Goldln. © David 
Katz; 19Sep60; DP4l40. 

TAKE A CHANCE REVUE, a new musical In 
two parts by Eugene Share & Buddy 
Kaplan, pseud, of Seymour Kaplan. 
© Eugene Share & Buddy Kaplan; 
HJul60; DU51315. 
TAKE A TRIP; or, Going places, a quiz 
show script by Mark Owens. © Mark 
Owens; 22Aug60; C13208. 

TAKE CARE Y'SELF, a play in 3 acts by 
Raymond Carver. © Raymond E. Carver; 
I40ct60; DU51883. 

TAKE HOME FINAL, an original television 
play in three acts by Don Miller 
(Herbert Donell Miller) © Herbert 
Donell Miller; 30Sep60; DU51806. 

TAKE ME TO YOUR LEADER. SEE YESSANNO. 

A TALE IN TWO CITIES; screenplay in five 
scenes by Irving M. Cohen. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Irving Morton 
Cohen; 5Jul60; DU51283. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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TALES PROM BOCCACCIO, a musical play In 

few • vonne Young Tarr. Text 
■s\e Young Tarr; 9Dec60; 

DU52- 
TALES 0? PBRRT PIOEOM, written by Pred 

B. Norman. 3 acts. C Pred B. 

Moraan; l8Uov60; DP4177. 
TALES OP THE FROGMEN; words to be 

recite! with soft. organ music In the 

background by Janes P. Hughes. 

O Janes P. Hughes; HAug60; C13176. 

THE TALKING STONES; sermon by Charlie 
Jamerson. C Charlie Jamerson; 4Nov60; 
C1335-*. 

THB TALL GRASS , by Bert 0. States, Jr. 
(In Mayorga, Margaret, ed. The best 
short plays, 1959-1960. p. 123-14?) 
O Bert 0. States, Jr.; lOOctoO; 
DP4205. 

TALL TALE; story with music by Jane Nor- 
man, pseud, of Jane L. Goldberg. 
O Jane L. Goldberg; l4Sep60; C13 

TANYA; original story 1 screenplay by 
Arthur A. Arzrounl . C Arthur A. 
Arzrounl; 30ct60; DC51811. 

TAPES THAT TEACH; recording scripts 
prepared by Marlon M. Koller. 
O Marlon M. Koller; 21Mov60; C13373. 



TATTERED WONDERLAND, a play with music 
In two acts. Book by Robert Colaclcco; 
music by Martin Landls; music, lyrics 
4 book by Harry Zankman 4 Marvin 
Bordetsky . MM: additions 4 revisions. 
O Marvin Bordetsky, Harry Zankman, 
Robert Colaclcco 4 Martin Landls; 
22Sep60; DU51758. 



TEACHIH' MAN, a musical drama In two acts 
by John Eldredge. Text only. Appl . 
states prev. reg. as The tall ones, 
DU47954. C John 0. Eldredge; 26Sep60; 
D0517B2. 

TELEPHONE, MR. STONE, a Christmas play 
in verse by Lenore H. Morgan. Playing 
time: twenty-five minutes. C Lenore 
H. Morgan; 7Nov60; DU52019. 

TELE-QUIRK; dialogue by Franz G. Gartner. 
No. 60/5/6, 60/5/7, 60/6/12 4 60/7/I. 
O Franz 0. Gartner; 5Jul60; C13082. 

THE TEMPTATION OF ROGER HERIOTT; adapted 
for television In three acts by Sidney 
Carroll from the novel by Edward New- 
house. O Sidney Carroll 4 Edward New- 
House; 2Aug60; D051435. 

TEMPTATION SORDID; or, Virtue rewarded, 
a melodrama by Winifred Phelps. Lon- 
don. 5 scenes. (French's acting edi- 
tion) C Samuel French, Ltd.; 9Aug60; 
DP1371. 

TEN PLAYS by Euripides. Translated by 
Moses Eadas & John McLean. With an 
lntrod. by Moses Hadas. (A Bantam 
classic SC78) NM: revisions 4 new 
introductions. © Bantam Books, Inc.; 
30ct60; Al|681*53. 

THE TENANTS, a play In one act by R.R.T. 
(Robert R. Tinker) S Robert R. Tinker; 
14Nov60; DU52052. 

THE TSIIDER RAMPART, a play in two acts by 
Thomas L. Gatch. © Thomas L. Gatch; 
22Dec60; DU52293. 

A TENTATIVE PLAN FOR AN HOTEL ASSOCIA- 
TION, by David G. Ritchie. © David G. 
Ritchie; 19Aug60; C13193. 

THE TENTH MAN, a new play by Paddy 
Chayefsky. Random House. 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. llFeb60, 
DU50446. NM: revisions. © SPD Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; l4Apr60; DP4090. 



TERPSICHORE, a play with music In two 
acts by Dennis Hlrschbeln. Text only. 
© Dennis Hlrschbeln 4 Max Hurwlts; 
5Dec60; DU52315. 

THE TERRACE, a play In two acts by 

Margaret James Collins (Mrs. Fletcher 
Collins, Jr.) ©Margaret James 
Collins; 20JU160; DU51371. 

KB OdITIVE HOUR. 

TETRALOGLA ANTYCZNA: Penelopa; Obrona 
Ksantypy; Kleopatra; Panteja. Au- 
thor: Ludwlk H. Morstln. Krakow, 
Poland. © Wydawnlotwo Llterackie; 
26PebS9; AF17718. 

TEXT FOR TEACH1N0 READING (Recording 
scripts) Transcript of lecture on 
record no. 2-22 by Benjamin H. Nelden. 
© Benjamin H. Nelden; 21Sep60; 
CX3257 -13277. 

THAT SWEET BITTER FRUIT OF FAME. SEE 
THE CAKSWALKER. 

THAT'S ME, a television program by 
Vivian Ennls. Acting version. 
© Vivian Ennls; 30Nov60; Cl?38l. 

TUE THEATER OP THB HEART'S DESIRE, a 
play In seven scenes by D. S. James. 
© D. S. James; 2Dec60; DU52192. 

THE THEATRE IS DEAD, a play In three 
acts by Max Aronson. C Max Aronson; 
lONov&O; DU52044. 

THEATRE SONG, a musical for voices, 
solo strings, flute, clarinet, trum- 
pet, piano 4 percussion by Richard 
Wlnslow 4 Ralph Pendleton. C Richard 
K. Wlnslow 4 Ralph D. Pendleton; 
28Nov60; DU52195. 

THEIR MASSIVE PRIDE, the Oeorgla seces- 
sion centennial play. A pageant In 
two acts by Lance Phillips. 
© Lance L. Phillips; 12Dec60; 
DU52282 . 

THEME PROM THE PAD, PT.2, by Bill 
Buchanan 4 others. © December Muslo 
Pub. Co.; 30ct60; C13315- 

A THEORY ON THE SOURCE OF GRAVITATION, 
by Louis Emmett Scholl. © Louis 
Emmett Scholl; I4jul60; C13130. 

THERE ARE NO SCARS, a play In three acts 
by Karl A. Vasche. NM: revisions, 
new material . © Karl Archibald 
Vasche; 310ct60; DU5208O. 

THERE IS A PLAY TONIGHT, a comedy In two 
acts and three scenes by Ferenc Molnar 
© Llll Darvas Molnar as admx. of 
Estate of Ferenc Molnar, deceased; 
250c t60; DU52037. 

THERE WAS A LITTLE OIRL, a play In two 
acts by Daniel Taradash. © Daniel 
Taradash; 3Nov60; DU52001. 



THESE ARE THE TIMES, a play In three 
acts by Jane Lee & Clarence Gill. 
© Jane Lee Gill 4 Clarence B. 0111, 
Jr. ; lSep60; DU51622. 

THEY BURNED THE RAINBOW, an original 
3tage play in two acts suggested by 
the life and works of David Herbert 
Lawrence by E. Reed Woldman (Mrs. 
Edward E. Woldman) © E. Reed Woldman; 
13ep60; DU51623. 

THEY RAN WHEN THEY SAW MY HUSBAND EARL, 
a play in one act by James Llneberger. 
© James Llneberger; 240ot60; DU51909. 

THIRTEEN AT TABLE, a comedy in one act 
by Rose Campion, pseud, of Ruth F. 
Sergei. Adapted from Un diner qui 
commence mal by Marcel DuBols. © Dra- 
matic Pub. Co.; 7Sep60; DP4120. 



13 DAUGHTERS, a musical love story set 
In old Hawaii in two aots. Book, 
music and lyrics by Eaton Magoon, Jr. 
Book and lyrlos only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. DU39671 & DU40978 In 1955, 
DU42903 In 1956, DU44835 In 1957 8= 
DU50304 in I960. NM: revisions. 
© Eaton Magoon, Jr.; 5Aug60; DU51451. 

THE THIRTIES. SEE CIRCA TWENTY PRO- 
DUCTIONS: THE THIRTIES. 

THIS DAY, THIS WAY, a music drama in 
three scenes with verse play by 
John E. S<"hroeder. Text only. 
© John E. Schroeder; lDec60; 
DU52176. 

THIS IS MY SACRIFICE; historical signifi- 
cance of the Mass, the sacrifice of the 
New Testament, by Donna Jeann Matranga. 
18 scenes. © Donna Jeann Matranga; 
17Jul60; DP4174. 

THIS IS NEW YORK, a radio play by Rose 
Schneldeman. © Rose Sohneldeman; 
21Nov60; DU52097. 

THIS IS PUERTO RICO; recording script 
with music by Sylvia & Marco Rosales. 
NM: revisions, C Marco Rosales & 
Sylvia Rosales; 17Aug60; DU51571. 

THIS IS THE STORY OF WALTER SMITH, HIS 
FAMILY AND HIS INCOME, by Catherine 
Gorman. Appl. states prev. reg. 
C13030. NM: revisions. © Catherine 
Gorman; lAug60; C13145. 

THIS MAGIC MOMENT; script for a cabaret 
program by Alma A. Simmons (Anita 
Foray) © Alma A. Simmons; 7Nov60; 
DU52033. 

THIS QUIET AFTERNOON, a play Dy E. Stern. 
© E. Stern; 270ct60; DU51931. 

THIS SPECIAL DAY, a television drama in 

three acts by B. T. Uren 4 Q. H. Uren. 

© Bertram Thomas Uren & Gertrude Hor- 

ton Uren; l4Sep60; DU51689. 
THORNEY CIRCLE, a play by Oabrlel Walsh. 

Gabriel Walsh; l8Jul60; DU51457. 

THORNS OF VENGEANCE, a modern Greek 
drama in the classic tradition in 
three acts by Nicholas Andromedas. 
© Nicholas Andromedas; 2Sep60; DU51633. 

THOSE WHO WERE MARILYN. SEE PHOTOG- 
RAPHY. 

THREE OF A KIND WITH A JOKER, a mono- 
logue by Robert N. Hoefllch. © Robert 
Nelson Hoefllch; 25Aug60; C13212. 

3 ON A HEART, the story of a royal quirk 
of long ago and far away charm in 
three acts by Lynne Hayes. © Lynne 
Hayes & Coe Glade; 25Jul60; DU51407. 

THE THREE STOOGES MEET THE MOB; screen- 
play by Arthur Cohen and Dick Randall . 
Based on an original story by Arthur 
Cohen. © Arthur Cohen; 20Sep60; 
DU5177 1 *. 

THREE TIMES A DAY; television script 
by Len Rlngqulst. © Len Rlnquist; 
4Nov60; DU52168. 

THE THREE WOMEN OF THE NATIVITY, a play 
by Mary Russell. 3 scenes. Appl. au- 
thor: Walter H. Baker Co., employer for 
hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 23Sep60; 

DP4143. 

THE THREEPENNY OPERA, a play with songs 
in three acts based on John Gay's The 
beggar's opera by Bertolt Brecht. 
English version by Eric Bentley & 
Desmond Veaey. (In The Modern theatre, 
v.l, p. 109-193) Text only. NM: re- 
visions. © Eric Bentley; l4Sep60; 
DP4138. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR. ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



THROUGH THE BACK DOOR, a play with mualo 
In three acts by Marl Tumah, pseud, of 
Dorothy Z. Johnson. Text only. 
© Dorothy Z. Johnson; l6Sep60; DUJ1701. 

THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS; story-teller 
speeches. Adaptations by Lyle Kenyon 
Engel. Speech 1-6. © Lyle Kenyon 
Engel; 12Sep60; C13225. 

TICKET TO TOMORROW, by Nora Stirling. 
(Plays for living) © Metropolitan 
Life Insurance Co.; 30Junb0; A457915. 

TIKI TIKI TEMBO; dramatized and narrated 
by Shirley Brown on TV. © Shirley B. 
Brown; 23Aug60; C13209. 

TIMBERLOST. a Christmas play with music 
in three acts. Book, lyrics & music 
by Leonard 0. Peskett. © Leonard 0. 
Peskett; 19Sep60; DU51769. 

TIME AND ETERNITY; screenplay by George 
Barrls & Lorl Donegan. © George 
Barrls 4 Lorl Donegan; 1Nov60; DU51972. 

TIME AND nffi SHADOW, a play In three 

a i>y Har:ld J. Zahorlk. © Harold 
■:. Zahcrlk, 21Sep60; DU51751. 

TIME FOR SEVERANCE, a play In two acts 
by Celt Toras, pseud, of Earl Scott. 
© Earl Scott; 26Jul60; DU51399. 

TIME OF TREMBLING, a drama in three acts 
by W. Edwin Ver Becke. © W. Edwin 
Ver Becke; 15Sep60; DU51693. 

TIME OUT OF MIND; play In four acts by 
Ronald Hobln. © Ronald Hobln; 28Sep60; 
DU51791 . 

TIME RUNS OUT. SEE HOW TO RETIRE BE- 
FORE YOU EXPIRE: TIME RUNS OUT. 

A TIME TO MOURN, a comedy In three acts 
by Leslie Mercer, pseud, of Leslie 
Heldt. © Leslie Mercer; 250ct60; 
DU51924. 

TIMES ARE CHANGING, a talk prepared for 
presentation to the Los Angeles and 
Sin Francisco Chambers of Commerce by 
C. S. Reed. Revised as of Aug. 1, 
I960. © Charles S. Reed; 13Sep60; 
C13228. 

TIR-NA-NOG; or, Land of forever young, a 
musical fantasy of old Ireland ar- 
ranged for TV, running time sixty or 
ninety minutes. Book & lyrics con- 
ceived & written by Maurice Barrett, 
pseud, of Marcus Bartmann; musical 
score composed by Pierre de Reeder. 
© Maurice Barrett & Pierre de Reeder; 
27Jul60; DU51403. 



THE TITANS, a screenplay In twenty 
scenes by Stephen Novlck. © Stephen 
Novlck; l4Sep60; DU51690. 



TODAY ON THE FARM (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by Mort 
Sllversteln. Text only. © Pryed 
Productions, Inc. 
Oct. 1, i960. © lDec60; DU52177. 
Oct. 22, I960. © lDec60; DU52178. 

TOLLIVER; pilot script for half hour 
television comedy series by Alan H. 
Baker & Donald Maxwell Segall. © Alan 
H. Baker & Donald Maxwell Segall; 
l6Sep60; DU51705. 

TOM JONES, a new musical. Book by 
Austin Pendleton; music by Robert 
Archer; lyrics by Joseph Mathewson & 
Peter Bergman. Based on the novel by 
Henry Fielding. 2 acts. © Peter P. 
Bergman, Robert S. Archer, Jr., Austin 
C. Pendleton & Joseph H. Mathewson, 
Jr.; 4jun60; DP4072. 

TOMORROW, WHEN THE TRAINS GO BY, a play 
in three acts by Marcus Stelnour. 
© Marcus Stelnour; 2Nov60; DU51975. 

TOOTER; scripts for a television series 
by Total Television Products. Epi- 
sode no. 1-5, 5-7, 9-11, 14, 17 & 22. 
© Total Television Products, Inc.; 
22Sep60; DUJ1743. 

A TOUCH OF HEAT, a comsdy In three acts 
by Jim De Felice (James Vincent De 
Felice, Jr.) © James Vincent i)s 
Felice, Jr.; l6Dec60; DU52268. 

A TOUCH OF THE CONTINENT, a domestic 
comedy in three acts by James McNally. 
© James Joseph McNally, Jr.; 7Nov60; 
DU52017 . 

A TOUCH OF THE VULTURE, a play In three 
acts by Harry Kleiner & Oscar Saul. 
© Harry Kleiner & Oscar Saul; 25Nov60; 
DU52150. 

TOWARD CLEANER MINDS; public exercises 
In modern penology. A play in two 
acts by Alan Gorg. © Alan Gorg; 
14Nov60; DU52053. 

THE TOWER, a drama in verse in one scene 
by Helen Sheets. © Helen Vlckery 
Sheets; 29Aug60; DU51590. 

TOWER COMMUNICATIONS; recording script 
by Aero -Progress. No. 7003. © Aero- 
Progress, Inc.; 6Sep60; C13223. 



A TOWN AGAINST ITSELF; hour documentary 
for the screen by George Rublno. 
© George Rubino; 20Jul60; DU51369. 

TOYS IN THE ATTIC, a new play by Lillian 
Hellman. Random House. 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 28Dec59, 
DU50167. NM: revisions. © Lillian 
Hellman; 26May60; DP4086. 



THE TRAP, a play in one act by Henry F. 
Salerno. © Henry F. Salerno; 27Jul60; 
DU51401. 

THE TRAPP FAMILY SINGERS. SEE THE 

SOUND OF MUSIC. 
TRAPPS. SEE THE DEADLY GAME. 

TRAUMATIZED, a farce in three acts by 
George J. Demetrlou. © George J. 
Demetriou; 23Dec60; DU52313. 

EIN TRAUMSPIEL^ von August Strindberg. 
Berechtigte Ubertragung aus dem 
Schwedlschen von Heinrlch Goebel. 
Hamburg. 3 acts. © Richard Bars 
Buhnenverlag, K.G., "Die Rampe"; 
15Dec59; DFO-993. 

THE TRAVELS OF A PENNY, a musical play 

In four acts. Book and lyrics by 

Lincoln Kaye. Text only. © Lincoln 

Kaye; l4jul60; DU51340. 

THE TREASURE AT NOVILLADOS, a play In 
three acts by Robert Simpson. 
© Robert Simpson; 10Aug60; DU51493. 

THE TREE, a play by Ruth Apprich Jacob. 
© Ruth Apprich Jacob; 12Jul60; DU51316. 

THE TREE WITCH, a verse play by Peter 
Vlereck. © Peter Viereck; 29Dec60; 
DU52337. 



A TREE WITHOUT ROOTS, an original 90 
minute television play by James Kamins. 
© James Kamins; 30Aug60; DU51609. 

TREES DIE STANDING, a three act play by 
Alejandro Casona, pseud, of Alejandro 
Rodriguez Alvarez. Translated & 
adapted by Herschel L. Brlcker & 
Stuart M. Gross. © Herschel L. Brlcker 
& Stuart M. Gross; 27Dec60; DU52323. 

LOS TRES ETCETERAS DE DON SIMON; 
regocljada farsa en dos partes, la 
segunda dividlda en dos cuadros, 
original de Jose Maria Peman (Jose 
Maria Peman Pemartin) Madrid, Edl- 
clones Alfil. (Coleccion teatro, 
no. 201) © Jose Maria Peman; 15May58; 
DF1334. 

THE TRICOLOR SUITE, a comedy in one act 
by Peter S. Preston. London, 
S. French. (French's acting edition) 
© Peter S. Preston; 15Mar60; DF1347. 

TROG, a play in two acts by James 
Forsyth. © James Forsyth; 19Dec60; 
DU52270. 

TROMPE LA MORT; adaptation scenique en 
3 actes & 15 tableaux d'apres Balzac 
par Daniel Ouerin. © Daniel Ouerin; 
I4jul60; DU51384. 



TO DAMASCUS: PART I, a drama in five 
acts by August Strindberg in a new 
translation from the Swedish by Arvld 
Paulsen. © Arvld Paulson; 22Sep60; 
DU51733. 

TO FIND ONESELF. (Trovarsi) By Lulgl 
Pirandello. Translated from the 
Italian by Marta Abba (Marta Abba 
Mllllkln) S. French. 3 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 19t3. © Marta Abba 
Hilllkln; l6Aug§0; DP4095. 

TO LOVE AND TO CHERISH, a new play in 
three acts by R. C. Thomson. © Robert 
Copley Thomson; 25Aug60; DU51569. 

TO SEE THE STARS, a play by Bob Evans 
(Robert Evans, pseud, of Robert 
Elgen) © Robert Elgen; 28Dec60; 
DU52328. 



THE TRADING STAMP SHOW; television 

script by Edward Rick. © Edward Rick; 
15Nov60; C13360. 

THE TRAGEDY OF HENRY CHRISTOPHE. SEE 
DEFIANT ISLAND. 

THE TRAGEDY OF THOMAS ANDROS, a play in 
four acts by Ronald Wilcox. © Ronald 
Wilcox; 29Dec60; DU52336. 

TRAIL OF THE TUMBLEWEED. SEE 

MAVERICK: TRAIL OF THE TUMBLEWEED. 

A TRAIL TO NOWHERE; story 9, with music 
by Jane Norman, pseud, of Jane L. 
Goldberg. © Jane L. Goldberg; 
310ct60; C13348. 



THE TRAITORS, a screenplay in five acts 
by Charles Sumner Pike. © Charles 
Sumner Pike; 5Dec60; DU52199. 



TROUBLE COMES TO AHMED, a play In one 
act by Romney Hythe. London. 
(French's acting edition) © Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 22Mar60; DF1348. 

THE TROUBLE WITH SHAKESPEARE, a comedy 
in three acts by Sol Stein. © Sol 
Stein; 130ct60; DU51873. 

THE TROUBLESOME BROOD, a play in three 
acts by Alfred Simon. © Alfred 
Simon; l6Aug60; DU51527. 

TROVARSI. SEE TO FIND ONESELF. 

TRUE VALUE: A REPORT. Script for a 
16 mm. sound motion picture In black 
and white, prepared for Frlgidalre 
Division, General Motors Corp. Writer: 
David C. Welling. Appl. author: 
Wilding, Ihc . , employer for hire . 
©Wilding, Inc.; 7Nov60; C13366. 



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THY WISHING, a musical fantasy In 3 acta 
by Cliff Halle, paeud. of Clifford V. 
Hall. Hualc by Cliff Halle i Don 
Borz&ge. Text only. O Cliff Halle; 
21JU1O0; DU51372. 

DG GASPEE; recording script by 
Peter Kllhan. C Droll Yankees, Inc.; 
9Aug60; C13133. 

THE TURNSTILE, a play in two acts by 
Henzle Raeburn (Mrs. Martin Browne 1 
O Henzle H. Browne (Henzle Raeburn); 
20Dec60; DU52285. 



'TWAS ON A SUNDAY MORNING, a comedy In 
one act by Edith Weale. London, 
H. P. W. Deane. O Edith Weale; 
23PebcO; DFO-968. 

TWKLPTH NIGHT; or. What you will by 
William Shakespeare. General editor, 
Louis B. Wright. Assistant editor, 
Virginia A. LaKar. New ed. (The 
Polger Library general reader's 
Shakespeare) (A Washington Square 
Press book, W-12U) N>': introd., 
notes, glossary k lllus. © Washing- 
ton Square Press, Inc.; 15Jul60; 
A457018. 

THE TWELVE ACTIONS OP MAN; lesson by 
Prances M. Lunlqulst. C Prances M. 
Lundqulst; 22Aug60; C13195. 

TWELVE HOURS TO KILL; screenplay by Hoyt 
Sauer. O Henry Hoyt Sauer; 7Jul60; 
D05 132.}. 

21 SHORT, ACRIMONIOUS PLAYS; twenty-two 
plays In three groups by Paul 
Schneider. O Paul Schneider; 9Sep60; 
DU51653. 

THE TWILIGHT, a play in four scenes by 
Charles Robinson. C Charles Maxwell 
Robinson; 21Nov60; D052103. 

TWIN CITIES; production script. A half 
hour travel quiz TV program by Greg 
Deane (Gregory K. Deane) O Oregory IC. 
Deane; 60ct60; C13316. 



TWO POR THE SEESAW, a comedy-drama In 
three acts by Wllllara Gibson. 
S. French. Prev. reg. as After the 
verb to love, 1956 k as The seesaw 
log, 1959. Ni'".: -additions. 3 Tamarack 
Productions, Ltd.; 27May60; DP^llS. 

$200,000 SECURITY FIRST, comedy in 

3 acts by Nicholas Bela. C Nicholas 
P. Bela; l6Nov60; DU52073. 

TWO ONE-ACT PLAYS: Collector's items and 
Cakes and tea; by Lonnle Dunn, pseud, 
of Elonzo Dann. O Elonzo Dann; 
29Aug60; DU51575. 

TWO'S COMPANY, by Mar Jean Perry. 

4 scenes. (In Mayorga, Margaret, ed. 
The best 3hort plays, 1959-1960. 

p. 71-99) © Marjean Perry; 100ct60; 
DP4203. 



TYESTES, la tragedla de la venganza. 
Version nueva y libre de un mlto 
claslco en un pro logo y dos parte3 
insplrada en la tragedia de Seneca 
de eae tltulo de Jose Maria Peman 
(Jo3e Maria Peman Pemartln) Madrid, 
Edlciones Alfll. (Coleccion teatro, 
no. 182) © Jose Maria Peman; 3Mar58; 
DP1333. 



I1NC0VERIN0 NEEDS; playlet written by 
Robert E. Taylor. C Robert E. Taylor; 
7Dec60; C13395- 

UNDER THE YUM YUM TREE, a new comedy In 
two acts by Lawrence Raman. (Script 
no. 7) C Lawrence Roman; 130ct60; 
DU51875- 

UNDERTOW, a 90 minute televisi 

In three acts by Pat Ooehe (Mrs. Rlch- 

Joehe) O Pat Goehe; 6Sep60; 
DU51637. 

THF UNFINISHED BUSINESS OP THE SECOND 
(HUSH-HUSH) BURIAL OP QEORGE WASHING- 
TON AND HIS ORAVEDIGGERS SUPPRESSED 
CONFESSION. Paper by Cay Allen, pseud, 
of John J. Kallen. C Minna Kallen; 
»Nov60; CI 3352. 

UNFINISHED JOURNEY, a television play In 
five acts by Penella Rothe. C Penella 
Roths; 23Nov60; DU52110. 

DIE UNHEILBRINOENDE KRONE; Oder, Kbnlg 
ohne Reich, Held ohne Hut, °chonhelt 
ohne Jugend; Zauberapiel In zwel 
Aufiugen von Ferdinand Ralnund. Hit 
elner Elnfuhrung von Gustav Plnchler. 
Wlen. (Csterrelch-Rolhe, Bd.91|/95) 
NM: Introd. © Bergland vorlag 
^esellschart M.B.H.; 5 n ec59; 
AP 0-31080. 

UNLESS RENEWED, YOU EXPIRE! A two act 
play by Lorees Yerby (Lorees Yerby 
Duttcn) C Lorees Yerby Dutton; 6Dec60; 
DU52209. 

UNLOCKING DOORS, a historical pageant 
based on the life of John Wlnebrenncr 
and the early history of the Church 
(Churches) of Ood in North America by 
Roy Schrelner k Edith Margaret Machen. 
6 acts. O Roy Schrelner; 12Aug60; 
DP4092. 

THE UNNAMED, a satire In two acts by 
David Weiss 4 James Morrison. O James 
B. Morrison k David Weiss; 7Jul60; 
DU51299. 
THE UNREMEMBERED, a play In three acts 
by Robert Bloomfleld. © Robert Bloom- 
field; 15Aug60; DU51519. 

UNTO YOU, A SAVIOR; a Christmas pag- 
eant service for children and adults 
by Harold H. Trautach. © Concordia 
Pub. House; 27May60; A4i>6b99. 

UP, a play by Thomas Turner. © Thomas 
Turner; 2 1 »Jun60; DU51321. 

THE UPWARD STRIDE, a religious drama 
exposition by Joseph William Fox. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as The 
revealers, 13Jul32, D17390. NM: 
additions k revisions. © Joseph 
William Fox; 270ct60; DU52120. 

URGE, a drama of salvation in twenty-two 
scenes by Newton Thomas Anderson. 
© Newton Thomas Anderson; 9Nov60; 
DU52039. 



V 



u 

SEE FOUR MODERN FRENCH 



UBU ROI 
COMEDIES. 

E ROBERT. SEE APOTHEOSIS 



VARIATIONS ON A HAPPY ENDING, a play In 
three acts by Bernard Sabath. 
© Bernard Sabath; 15Nov60; DU52064. 

VEROCHKA, a play In three acts by 
Ludmllla Khourchid. © Ludmilla 
Khourchld; 8Aug60; DU51506. 

VEROCHKA, by Ludmllla Khourchld. Rus- 
sian; title transliterated. 
© Ludmllla Khourchid; 20Jul60; DU51505 

VERONICA, a musical comedy in three 
acts by Donald MacFeeley k Elsa 
Sullivan. © Donald F. MacFeeley k 
Elsa R. Sullivan; 25Nov60; DU52156. 



THE VERY OPPOSITE SEX, a oomedy In three 
acts by William F. Davidson. Dramatic 
Pub. Co. 9 William F. Davidson k 
Caroline F. Davidson; 12Sep60; DP4125. 

VERY POWERFUL IN TRUTH, a play In three 
acts, five scenes by Herbert H. Hutner. 
© Herbert H. Hutner; l4Nov60; DU52041. 

THE VETERANS MARCH; screenplay In three 
acts by John C. Attmore. £> John C. 
Attmore; lSep60; DU51626. 

THE VICTIMS, a play In three acts by Tao 
Strong (Tao Strong Stein) © Tao 
Strong; 22Sep60; DU51757. 

LA VIE EN ROSE. SEE ALFRED ET LA VIE 
EN HOSE. 

IA VIE MONSEIONEUR SAINT FIACRE. A 
play from Manuscript 1131 of the 
Blbliotheque Sainte-Genevleve, 
Paris. Edited by James F. Burks k 
others. French or English. © Uni- 
versity of Kansas Press; lbMaybO; 
A452877. 

EL VIENTO SOBRE LA TIERRA; comedla en 
tres actos, en prosa, de Jose Maria 
Peman (Jose Maria Peman Pemartln) 
San Sebastian, Edlciones Alfll. 
(Coleccion teatro, no. 177) © Jose 
Maria Peman; 12Mar57; DF1336. 

VIEW AND REVUE, a play with music In two 
parts by Richard A. Gelselman. Text 
only. © Richard A. Gelselman; 
26Aug60; DU51583. 

VILJA AND MR. SMITH, a comedy In three 
acts by Predrlc Marland. © Fredrlc 
Marland; 21Nov60; DU52105. 

THE VILLA IN ROME, a play In three acts 
by Lllla Van Saner. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 4Feb58, DU46331; l4Dec59, 
DU5O104. NM: additions k revisions. 
© Lllla Van Saher; 2tOct60; DU51952. 



VILLAGE SQUARE, a musical comedy In 
three acta. Dialogue by Loren Zoll; 
music k lyrics by Vlda Stair. © Loren 
Zoll k Vlda Stair; 21Sep60; DU51748'. 



VINCENT AND HIS ANGELS, a play In three 
acts by Evelyn Stern. © Evelyn Stern; 
6Sep60; DU5l6tl. 

VIPERS' GUEST, a television play In 
three acts by L. 0. L. Collins. 
© Louis G. L. Collins; 7Sep60; DU51647. 

VIRTUE REWARDED. SEE TEMPTATION 
SORDID. 

A VISIT FROM THE DEVIL; screenplay by 
Muriel Grandt Whlttaker. © Muriel 
Grandt Whlttaker; 24Aug60; DU51561. 

VIVIR APENAS; comedla en tres actos, 
original de Jose Maria Peman (Jose 
Maria Peman Pemartln) Madrid, Edl- 
ciones Alfll. (Coleccion teatro, 
no. 136) © Jose Maria Peman; 80ct55; 
DF1332. 

DER VOGELHANDLER; Operette In drei Akten 
nach elner Idee von Blevllle nach 
M. West und L. Held von Carl Wolfgang 
Zeller. Muslk von Carl Zeller. Text 
neuelngerlchtet Richard Bars. Libretto. 
NM: revisions. © Josef Weinberger, 
Ltd.; 26Sep60; DU51787. 

A VOICE IN THE NIGHT, a new play In 

three acts by Norton Cooper. © Norton 
J. Cooper; 1Nov60; DU51973. 

VOICES FROM THE ALLEY, a play In three 
acts, which some people might call a 
comedy, by Charles Frlnk. © Charles 
Frlnk; 250ct60; DU51923. 



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July-Dec. 



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WAIT TILL I FINISH; monologue by Betty 
Walker, pseud, of Edith Zwang. 
© Betty Walker; l8Jul60; C13160. 

WAITER--SAY THERE, WAITER; BRING ME A 
BARREL OF BEER; radio copy for Ameri- 
can Brewery from Edward Prager Adver- 
tising Agency. © Edward Hess Prager; 
9Aug60; C13155. 

WAITING FOR MAMA TO CALL, a play in one 
act by James Llneberger. © James 
Lineberger; 240ct60; DU51908. 

WAITING FOR THE STARS, a comedy for the 
screen in three acts by H. J. Tepper. 
9 Herbert J. Tepper; 6Sep60; DU51636. 

WAITING IN THE WINGS, a play in three 
acts by Noel Coward. London, Heine - 
mann. © Noel Coward; 30ct60; DFI367. 

THE WAKEFIELD SHEPHERD'S PLAY; adapted 
and abridged by H. Coward. London. 
8 scenes. (French's acting edition) 
© Samuel French, Ltd.; 6Sep60; DF1373. 

THE WALL TO WALL CAGE, a play in three 
acts by Ben Levlne. © Ben Levlne; 
15Sep60; DU51697. 

WALT WHITMAN'S DREAM, a choral play in 
four parts by Michael Wilkes. Text 
only. © Michael Wilkes; 12Dec60; 
DU52240. 

THE WANING DARK, a play in three acts by 
Carroll P. Cole. © Carroll Peterson 
Cole; l4Nov60; DU52050. 

WAR AND PIECES, a play by Irving Morton 
Cohen. NM: additions lc revisions. 
© Irving Morton Cohen; 5Jul60; DU51284. 

THE WARM PENINSULA, a comedy in two acts 
by Joe Masteroff. S. French. Appl. 
3tate3 prcv. reg. 1957. NM: "revi- 
sion." © Joe Masteroff; 19Jul60; 
DP4101. 



WARM WEDNESDAY, a comedy In three acta 
by Vina Delmar. S. French. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l3Jun59, DU49263. 
© Vina Delmar; 3Apr60; DP4lll. 

WASHING IS MY DISH, the script for a 
sound slldefilm written by Harvey Yale 
Gross. Appl. author: John Thlelke. 
©Economics Labotatory, Inc.; 200ct60; 
C13331 • 

WASHINGTON NEVER SLEPT HERE, a mystery- 
comedy in three acts by Le Roma Greth. 
© Art Craft Play Co.; 12Sep60; DP4122. 



THE WATER OF LIFE. 
FOUNTAIN. 



SEE THE MAGIC 



THE WATER'S OF DORIA, a play In one act 
for women by Joan M. Harvey. London, 
H. F. W. Deane. (Deane's 3erles of 
plays) © Joan M. Harvey; 12Apr60; 
DFO-969. 

THE WAY OF HONOR, a screenplay by Harry 
Tarsky. © Harry Tar sky; l8Nov60; 
DU52087 . 

WE COMMIT THIS BODY, by Wallace Dace. 
(In Mayorga, Margaret, ed. The best 
short plays, 1959-196O. p. 215-248) 
NM: revisions. ©Wallace Dace; 
100ct60; DP4209. 

WE KNOW YOU. (Know yourself) Written 
for television by Morris L. Rlxon. 
© Herbert M. Frenkel, Leonard Hacker & 
Morris Rlxon; l8jul60; C13138. 

WE SHALL HAVE LARKS, a romantic comedy 
with music in three acts, by Samuel 
A. Rulon. © Samuel A. Rulon; 25Nov60; 
DU52145. 



WE SING THE MASS; script by Joseph J. 
Rottura. Pt.1-2. © Joseph J. 
Rottura; 30Dec60; 013415. 



WEAR NO BANDANNA, a new play J. H. 
Jones. 3 acts. © John Henry Hudson 
Jones; 28Jul60; DP4074. 



THE WEATHERMAN'S PICNIC, an original 
musical in two acts. Book by Yvonne 
& Dave Kaempfer (David P. Kaempfer); 
music by Dave Cummings (H. David 
Curamlngs); lyrics by Dave Kaempfer. 
© David P. Kaempfer & Yvonne Kaempfer; 
9Nov60; DU52232. 

WEDDING CRISIS, a comedy in one act for 
women by Sam Bate. London, H. F. W. 
Deane. © Sam Bate; 40ct60; DFO-1019. 



THE WEDDING GOWN, a teleplay In three 
acts by Alicia T. Fuller. © Alicia T. 
Fuller; lSep60; DU51625. 

THE WEDDING NIGHT, by Altair Enter- 
prises. © Altair Enterprises; 
25Nov60; C13382. 

WEEP NO MORE, MY LADY, a ballet in five 
scenes conceived & written by George 
D. Ford. Music by Stephen Foster, 
selected & arr. by John Flnke, Jr. 
© George Ford & John Finke, Jr.; 
250ct60; DU51947. 

DER WEITE WEG. Lost in the stars. 
Elne musikalische Trago'dle nach Alan 
Paton's Roman Cry the beloved Country, 
von Kurt Weill. Buch von Maxwell 
Anderson; Deutsche Fassung von Lys 
Bert Symonette. Wiesbaden. 
2 acts. Text only. © Ahn & Slmrock, 
BOhnen & Muslkverlag; 7Jan60; DP4160. 

WE'LL BE LIVING; comedy for television 
in three acts by Zita Johann. © Zita 
Johann; 23Sep60; DU51764. 

THE WELL OF HELL; drama-mystery in three 
acts by Will Town. © Will Town; 
7Sep60; DU51648. 

WE'LL WALK TOGETHER AGAIN. SEE 
WOMAN OF THAT FUTURE PLACE. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY TELEVISION NEWS REEL; 
news of the week in review covering 
Westchester County. Quarter hour TV 
script by Dan F. Durnlak (Daniel F. 
Durnlak) © Daniel F. Durniak & 
Herbert M. Frenkel; 6jul60; C13121. 

A WHALE FOR JONAH, a play in two acts 
by Zan Skolnick. © Zan Skolnlck; 
3Nov60; DU52006. 

WHAT A KILLING! A musical of the 
Chicago era in two acts by Fred 
Hebert. Based on a story by Jack 
Waldron. Music by George Harwell; 
lyrics by George Harwell & Joan 
Anania. Text only. © Fred Hebert; 
310ct60; DU51945. 

WHAT IS LOVE MADE OF, a talk by Robert 
Kemp. Appl. states prev. reg. 1951. 
NM: additions. © Robert Kemp; 
l4Nov60; C13356. 

WHAT MAIZIE KNEW, a play in three acts 
by Grace Macoulllard. Based on the 
novel by Henry James. © Grace 
Macoulllard; 6Dec60; DU52194. 

WHAT PRICE GOODNESS, a play for televi- 
sion by Dorothy Miller. © Dorothy 
Miller; 3Nov60; DU519W. 

WHAT TO DO FOR PRIMARY PLAYS. SEE 
HAYES WHAT TO DO FOR PRIMARY PLAYS. 

WHAT YOU WILL. SEE TWELFTH NIGHT. 

WHAT'S NEW IN REFRIGERATORS; script for 
a sound slldefilm In color, prepared 
for Frlgidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp. Writer: Samuel Beall. Appl. 



author: Wilding, Inc., employer for 
hire. © Wilding, Inc.; 7Nov60; 
C13364. 

WHAT'S YOUR STORY? A new live panel 
show for TV by Lew Llpton. Program 
no.l. © Lew Llpton; 30Nov60; C13379. 

WHEN THE BOUGH BREAKS, a play by Eugene 
Yannl. © Eugene Yannl; 13DecbO; 
DU52248. 

WHEN THE COCK CEASES TO CROW; one-act ' 
pantomime by Joe F. Stout, Sr. © Joe 
F. Stout, Sr.; 9Aug60; DU51474. 

WHEN THE WIND IS SOUTHERLY. SEE A 
DISTANT BELL. 

WHEN WE DEAD AWAKEN; drama in three acts 

by Henrik Ibsen. Rev. as a new work 

by Lester Schoen. © Lester E. Schoen; 
140ct60; DU51861. 



WHEN WE DEAD AWAKEN. 
FROM THE SEA. 



SEE THE LADY 



WHERE IN THE WORLD HAVE YOU BEEN? 
Wlnford S. Turner. © Wlnford S. 
Turner; 270ct60; C13344. 



By 



WHERE SHADOWS TOUCH, a religious drama 
in four scenes by W. C. Thompson III, 
pseud, of William Clarence Thompson, 
Jr. © W. C. Thompson III; 20Dec60; 
DU52279. 

WHERE THE HELL IS FIFI? Three-act 
comedy by Bill Majeski. © Bill 
Majeski; 29Aug60; DU51601. 

WHERE THE WORLD BEGINS, a one act play 
by Dorothy Clarke Wilson. © Friend- 
ship Press, Inc.; 6jun60; DP4192. 

WHICH WILL I BE? Script for a sound 
slldefilm by Rocket Pictures for 
Better Selling Bureau. © Rocket Pic- 
tures, Inc., Better Selling Bureau 
Division; lAug60; C13170. 

A WHITE BUTTERFLY, by Oabrlela Roepke. 
Translated from the Spanish by Thomas 
M. Patterson. (In Mayorga, Margaret, 
ed. The best short plays, 1959-1960. 
p. 145-164) © Gabriela Roepke; 
100ct60; DP4206. 

THE WHITTINGTON HOUSE, a play In three 
acts Charles N. Diggs. © Charles Nor- 
man Diggs; 30Aug60; DU51605. 

WHO HARRY, WHAT? Dialogue by Betty 
Walker, pseud, of Edith Zwang, and 
David Karr. © Betty Walker; l8Jul60; 
C13159. 

V.'HOA THERE, SILAS. SEE EVER SINCE 

ADAH . 
WHO'S GOT THE KEYSPOT? SEE KEYSPOT. 

WHY? SEE A WHY ANSWERED. 

A WHY ANSWERED, a dramatic play in three 
acts, five scenes by Doris R. Block 
(Mrs. Doris MIddleton) Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Why? NM: additions & 
revisions. © Doris R. Block; 15Sep60; 
DU51695. 

WHY DID GOD MAKE US BLACK? Audio script 
by Zelda S. Wolpe. © Zelda S. Wope; 
9Aug60; DU51734. 

WHY DO BABIES CRY? A GRANDMA STORY. 
Script as prepared and presented on 
American Child Guidance Foundation 
program Something special by Sam 
Levenson. © Sam Levenson; 30Nov60; 
C13385. 

WHY. MARY, WHY; screenplay by John C. 
Bennett. © John C. Bennett; 
26Sep60; DU51786. 

WIDE IS THE GATE, a tragedy In three 
acts by Seymour Rich. © Seymour Rich; 
25Jul60; DU51391. 






CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



97 



THE WIDOW-MAKER, a play by Rae McDlarmld . 
O Rae McDlarmld; 8Dec60; D052290. 

- . 

WIDOWS, UHIUtlTED, a comedy with music 
In four acta by Jeanne Martin. Text 
onlT. C Jeanne Martin; 29Sep60; 
DU51799. 
WIDOW'S WALK. SEE HE WHO CAME BACK. 

A WIOWAM ON THE ROCKS, a new musical 
comedy In two acts by Mildred Smith 
Hepburn 4 Marcla Tlshenkel. Text 
only. O Mildred Smith Hepburn 4 
Marcla Tlshenkel; HJul60; DU*1306. 

WILL AMERICANS SURRENDER TO METROPOLITAN 
GOVERNMENT? An address before the 
Minute Women of the U. S. A., Inc. by 
Jo Hlndman (Josephine L. Hlndman) 
O Jo Hlndman; 6Dec60; CI 3407. 

WILL HILL BE PARDONEDT (Wlrd Hill 
aa-iestlert?) A comedy In four acta 
by Lion Peuchtwanger. English trans- 
lation. C Marta Peuchtwang' 
25Nov60; D052238. 

WILLOW-MAN. Mualc by Carl E. Hoon; 
lyrics by Duane H. Mattson. 2 acts. 
O Duane H. Mattson 4 Carl E. Hoon 
d.b.a. Matoon; 31Jan59; DP4068. 

A WILTED AFTERNOON IN HEAVEN, a play In 
three acts by Kenneth Frederick 
Collier. C Kenneth Frederick Collier; 
270ct60; D05193*. 

WIN OR LOSE; story with music by Jane 
Norman, pseud, of Jane L. Goldberg. 
O Jane L. Goldberg; l4Sep60; C13243. 

THE WINDING SHEET, a play In three acts 
by Christopher Blake, pseud, of 
Antoinette Zeleskl. O Christopher 
Blake; 5Aug60; DU51454. 

THE WINDOW, a play In one act by Charles 
Prink. O Charles Prink; 9Aug60; 
DU51476. 



THE WINDOWS OP HEAVEN, a one-act play by 
Mayanne McCarley. O Progressive 
Parmer Co.; 4Nov60; DP4184. 

WINESBURG, OHIO. SEE SHERWOOD ANDER- 
SON'S wrilESBURG, OHIO. 

WINTER INCIDENT, a play In one act by 
Tom Shaw (Thomas Henry Shaw) NM: re- 
visions. O Thomas Henry Shaw; 
l4Nov60; DU52048. 
WIRD HILL AMNtSTIERT? SEE WILL HILL 
BE PARDONED? 

THE WITCH CURSE; screenplay by James 
Hickman 4 Earl Beecher. Based on The 
Peabody heritage by Howard Phillips 
Lovecraft & August Derleth. © James 
Hickman 4 Earl Beecher; 120ct60; 
DU51869. 

WITCHES ARE FOR WEARINO, a musical play 
in two acts. Music by Linda Conway; 
lyrics by Carol Lois Klein; book by 
Carol Lois Klein 4 Robert Vail. 
© Linda Conway 4 Carol Klein; 21Nov60; 
DU52106. 

THE WITCHES' SABBATH, a play In five 
act3 by Jacinto Benavente. Translated 
by Wm. I. Oliver. © William I. Oliver; 
12Aug60; DU51510. 
WITHOUT END TO DARE, a drama of the 
secession, for television by Payue 
Williams. © Payne Williams; 15Dec60; 
DU52262. 

THE WIVES' FRIEND, a drama in three acts 
by Luigi Pirandello. Translated from 
the Italian by Karta Abba (Marta Abba 
Mllllkln) S. French. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 1949. © Marta Abba Hilll- 
kln; l6Aug60; DP4098. 



WIZARD OP SPORTS PROGRAM: THE ARMY -NAVY 
GAME, NOVEMBER 26; script for a tele- 
vision series by Sol Olaubman. O Sol 
Qlaubman; 27Sep60; C13319- 

THE WOMAN BUSINESS, a play In two acts 
by Joe Masteroff. © Joe Masteroff; 
10Aug60; DU5152t. 

WOMAN OP THAT FUTURE PLACE, a dramatic 
composition In three acts by John 
Crawford. New edited version of work 
formerly registered under titles We'll 
walk together again, DU47885 4 A fa- 
miliar stranger, DU49376. NM: addi- 
tions 4 revisions. O John Crawf orJ ; 
i 06O; DU51681. 

WOMAN TO WOMAN, a comedy In one act for 
women by Barbara Van Kampen (Barbara 
Van Kampen Smith) London, H. P. W. 
Deane. (Deane's series of plays) 
C Barbara Van Kampen Smith (In notice: 
Barbara Van Kampen); HApr60; DFO-981. 

WOMAN'S WORLD; script for a radio and/or 
television program series by Ackley 
Cloyes Schuyler. Medical Interview 
no. 1-4. o Ackley Cloyes Schuyler; 
21Jul60; C13139. 

WONDER DRUG, a play In three acts by 
Ray B. Holcombe. O Ray E. Holcombe; 
23Dec60; DU52504. 

THE WONDERFUL WHEEL, a play In two acts. 
Book by Carol Lois Klein; music by 

la Ann Conway. O Carol Lois Klein 
4 Linda Ann Conway; 26Aug60; DU51581. 

WOODY WOODBURY LOOKS AT LOVE AND LIFE; 

record no.MWXIA. Recording script 

with music by Stereoddltles. Vol.1. 

Text only. © Stereoddltles, Inc.; 

15JU160; C13133. 
WOODY WOODBURY'S LAUGHING ROOM; reoord 

no.KW2A. Recording script with music 

by Stereoddltles. Vol.2. Text only. 

O Stereoddltles, Inc.; 15Jul60; C13132. 

THE WORLD IS IN BETHLEHEM; a Christmas 
pageant by Frances Fowler Allen. 
©Abingdon Press; 17May60; A461880. 

THE WORLD OP ARMCO; motion picture 
script prepared for Arraco. Writer: 
John Davenport. Appl. author: Wilding, 
Inc., employer for hire. O Wilding, 
Inc.; 25Jul60; C13172. 

THE WORLD OF LIGHTS, a play in two acts 
by John McKlnney. © John R. McKlnnoy; 
23Nov60; DU52I41. 

THE WORLD'S BIO BED, a drama in three 
acts by Phillip A. Zandarhal, pseud. 
of Philip Fishbein. NM: revisions & 
additions. © Philip Fishbein; 
27Dee60; DU52317. 

A WORM IN HORSERADISH; three act play 
by Esther Kaufman. © Esther Kaufman; 
30Sep60; DU51810. 

THE WRITING GOODS LINE, a play In three 
acts by J. Albert Hirsch. © J. Albert 
Hlrsch; l8jul60; DU51349. 

WRITTEN IN THE STARS, a musical in 

three acts by Mayaie Marlowe (Alda May 
Marlowe) Text only. © Maysle Mar- 
lowe; 16Nov60; DU52074. 



YESSANNO; or, Take me to your leader. 
A play of paradox for all times and 
climes, in four acts by Frank Wattron. 
© Frank J. Wattron, Jr.; 15Nov60; 
DU52067 . 
YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW; screen- 
play in three acts by Joan Mack. 
© Joan Mack; 30Aug60; DU51606. 



YESTERDAY'S ENEMY, a play In three acts 

by Peter R. Newman. London, S. French. 
(French's aotlng edition) © Peter R. 

Newman; 2Feb60; DP1353. 
THE YOST BROTHERS AND THEIR NINE LIVES, 

a new play In three acts by Alfred G. 

Freeman. © Alfred G. Freeman; 

l6Sep60; DU51702. 

YOU DECIDE; scripts 1-8 by Howard Thomas 
Keegan. © Howard Thomas Keegan; 
50ct60; C13310. 
YOU DECIDE; scripts 9-15 by Howard Thomas 
Keegan. © Howard Thomas Keegan; 
60ct60; C13317. 
YOU REAP, a play In three acts by B. L. 
Kiefer. © Betty Lou Klefer; 23Nov60; 

D052143. 

YOU SET THE PRICE. SEE PONGALE 
PRE CIO. 

YOUNG HIAWATHA, a one act musical for 
youth theatre. Based on Longfellow's 
Song of Hiawatha. Book by Sydney 
Hillary; music 4 lyrics by Mary Arden 
4 Lilian Bolt. © Mary Arden, Lilian 
Bolt 4 Sydney Hillary; 2Dee60; 
DU52190. 

YOUNG LINCOLN; American folk opera In 
one act, two scenes by Eusebla Simpson 
Hunklns. © Eusebla Simpson Hunklns; 
15Sep60; DU51699. 

YOUNG LINCOLN II, an American folk opera 
In two scenes by Eusebla Simpson 
Hunklns. © Eusebla Simpson Hunklns; 
15Sep60; DU51700. 

THE YOUNG MAN WITH THE CREAM TARTS. 
SEE THE SUICIDE CLUB. 

YOUR LICENSE TO WIN; or. License to win, 
radio scripts by Charles Menzel Ken- 
nard. No. 1-2. © Charles Menzel Ken- 
nard; 7Nov60; C13357. 

YOUR NEW WORLD FOR A BETTER TOMORROW: 
Audio script by Gulf Guaranty Land & 
Title Co. © Gulf Guaranty Land 4 
Title Co.; 8Jul60; C13173. 

YOUR TAX IS SHOWING; dialogue by Betty 
Walker, pseud, of Edith Zwang, and 
David Karr. © Betty Walker; l8Jul60; 
C13166. 

YOUTH OF THE WORLD; half hour TV and/or 
radio program by Samuel Hyman Brown- 
steln. Title of first telecast: 
Adult delinquency a cause of Juvenile 
delinquency. NM: revisions. © Samuel 
Hyman Brownsteln; 4Nov60; C13351. 

YOUTH OF THE WORLD; half hour TV and/or 
radio program by Samuel Hyman Brown- 
steln. Title of Imaginary telecast: 
Adult delinquency a cause of Juvenile 
delinquency. © Samuel Hyman Brown- 
steln; 6Sep60; C13218. 

THE YULETIDE STORY IN ART AND SONG, a 
script for a color fllmstrip with 
sound for schools, churches, and other 
community groups by Agnes P. Nolan 
(Mrs. Robert W. Nolan] © Agnes P. 
Nolan; 6Sep60; C13219. 

YUNWIYA (PRINCIPAL PEOPLE) : THE CHATTA- 
NOOGA STORY, a play in three acts by 
Leta Hughes (Mrs. T. R. Hughes) 
© Leta Rogers Hughes; 20Sep60; DU517^0- 



LA ZAPATERA PRODIGIOSA. SEE THE 
SHOEMAKER ' S PRODIGIUS V.IFE. 

ZHIZN' NACHINAETSIA SNACHALA. (Life 
begins again) Russian scenario by 
Natalia Logunow. Title transliterated. 
© Natalia Logunow; 240ct60; DU52047. 

THE ZOO STORY; THE DEATH OF BESSIE SMITH; 
THE SANDBOX. Three plays, introduced 
by the author, Edward Albee. Coward- 
McCann. NM: introduction & compila- 
tion. © Edward Albee; 15Nov60; DP4211. 



RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



A List, arranged by title, of dramas, dramatlco-musicals, lectures, sermons, monologs, 
and radio, television and recording scripts for which renewal registrations were made 
during the period covered by this issue. Information relating to both the on 
renewal registration is included in each entry. References from variant titles and from 
distinctive subtitles are interfiled. 



A 



B 



ACROSS THE LINE, a comedy drama with 
anisic In two acts by S. Easton. 
© 3Nov33; DS5096. Sidney Eaaton (A); 
3Nov60; R265*77. 

AEGYPTOS, a tragedy by Daniel Berry. 
C l8Peb33; DU21032. Daniel Berry (A); 
19Dec60; R267765. 



AH, WILDERNESS, a nostalgic comedy of the 
sentimental days In Tour acts by 
Eugene O'Neill. C 8Aug33; D23684. 
Carlotta Monterey O'Neill (W); HAugSO; 
R261516. 

AH, WILDERNESS, a nostalgic comedy of the 
sentimental days in four acts by Eugene 
O'Neill. O 8Aug33; 002368*. Shane 
O'Neill * Oona O'Neill Chaplin (C); 
17Aug60; R261727. 

AH, WILDERNESS! By Eugene O'Neill. 
O 20ct33: D24791. Carlotta Monterey 
O'Neill (W); 21Nov60; R266384. 

ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES; musical 
extravaganza in six scenes. Music by 
Otto Cesana; book t lyrics by Eric von 
der Goltz, Jr. O 250ct33; D28552. 
Otto Cesana 4 Eric von der Ooltz (A); 
14Nov60; R266339. 

ANGELS IN THE GARDEN, an Easter mystery 
play with carols, hymns and chcrales 

nnette Mason Ham. © 17Mar33; 
D28416. Annette Mason Ham (A); 
29Dec60; R268488. 

ARGENT DE SUITE; comedle en 1 acte et 

3 Journees de Gabriel d'Hervllllez. 

(In La Petite illustration) © 4Nov33; 

D26102. Stephen de Hond (E); 29Nov60; 

R266810. 
AS THOUSANDS CHEER; 8 separate sketches. 

Book by Moss Hart; lyrics by Irving 

Berlin. © 260ct33; D25156. Mos3 

Hart (A); 260ct60; R264973. 

AS THOUSANDS CHEER; 8 separate sketches. 
Words by Irving Berlin; book by Moss 
Hart. © 260ct33; DU25156. Irving 
Berlin (A) & Moss Hart (A); 270ctb0; 
R266616 . 

AT MADAME DELGAY'S; in 3 acts. Book by 
Henry Hammer; music by Jerome R"ager. 
© 17Feb33; D28391. William Jerome 
Ruger (A); 13Dec60; R267683. 

AUNT JANE'S CHRISTMAS; secular Christmas 
cantata. Text & lyrics by Elsie 
Duncan Yale; music by Clyde Wlllard, 
pseud, of J. Lincoln Hall. © 230ct33; 
D285J4. Rodeheaver Co. (PWH); 
280ct60; R265110. 



BE NICE TO ME; book of versatile love 
scenes for a musical presentation in 
two acts, by Mlro T. Kllkos. 
© 30ct33; D25373. Mlro Tony Kllkos 
(A); 170ct60; R264117. 

BETTY'S BUNGALOW, a comedy in one act 
by Marie Doran. O 20Jul33; DP24734. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 3Aug60; 
R261300. 

BIO WHEEL, a 1-act dramatic sket.-: 1 
S. Easton. © 21Dec33; D25820. Si 
Easton (A); 22Dec60; R268138. 

A BIT OP A TEST, a play In three acts by 
Ben Travers. O 2Mar33; DU21135. 
Ben Travers (A); 6Dec60; R267437. 

A BIT OP WAR, a play in one act by 
Harold Brlghouae. © 21Aug33; 
DP24693. Barbara Brlghouse (C); 
6Dec60; R267439. 



THE BLAST OF PASSION, a tragic drana In 
4 acts by Daniel Berry. © 2Dec33; 
DU25601. Daniel Berry (A); 19Dec60; 
R267766. 

BLOOD ON THE MOOH, a play in 3 act3 by 
Paul ic Claire oifton. 50c- 
DU24576. Claire 0. Slfton & Paul 
Slfton (A); lDec60; R267024 . 

LE BONHEUR; piece en 3 actes et 4 
tableaux de Henry Bernstein. 
© 26Apr33; D22207. Mme 0. Oruber, 
nee George Bernstein (C); 29Nov60; 
R266796 . 

THE BRIDE OF TOROZKA, a comedy In three 
acts by Otto Indlg. Adapted by 
Thornton Wilder. © 22Aug33; DU23902. 
Thornton Wilder (A); 29Aug60; R262286. 

THE BRIDE THE SUN SHINES ON, a comedy 
in 3 acts by Will Cotton (William 
Cotton) © 22Mar33; DP21932. 
Mrs. William Cotton (W); 22Nov60; 
R266448. 



BURNT OFFERING, a play about Jephthah's 
wife in one act by Mary P. Hamlin. 
© 240ct33; DP25393. Mary P. Hamlin 
(A); 250ct60; R264646. 

THE BUTTON TREE, a phantasy operetta for 
Juveniles in a prologue and one act. 
Unison. Lyrics by Edward Lynn; music 
by Mellta Krleg; book by France Gold- 
water. © 30Aug33; D28539. France 
Goldwater (A); 280ct60; R265124. 



A CANDLE LIGHTING SERVICE FOR USE AT THE 
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR SEASON. Written 
& arranged by Margaret Van Dyke Nevlus. 
© I40ct32; PP19273. Margaret Van Dyke 
Nevius (A); l4Sep60; R262904. 

CAP01ISACCHI. SEE TRAQODIE IN AREZZO. 

LLO A THE PUNTE. SEE LA FARSA 

CASIMIRS HTMMELFAHRT; burleske Operette 
In 3 Akten von A. M. Willner und 
R. Bodanzky. Muslk von Bruno Oranlch- 
stadten. Vollstandiges Regiebuch. 
Libretto. © 29Aprl2; D29528. Alfred 
Eugen Willner (C); 7Nov60; R265402. 

CASIMIRS HIMMELFAHRT; Operette In 3 Akter 
von A. M. Willner und R. Bodanzky. 
Muslk von Bruno GranlchstHdten. 
Klavlerauszug mlt Text. © 8Febl2; 
D19127. Rosalie Granichstadten-Lund 
(W) & Alfred Eugen Willner (C); 
7Nov60; R265393. 

CHANDU, THE MAGICIAN, by Harry A. Earn- 
shaw 4 Vera M. Oldham. © Episodes 
241-300, 240ct32, D18852; episodes 
3OI-35O, 9Jan33, D20076; episodes 
351-400, 25Mar33, D21498; episodes 
401-450, 2Jun33, D22774; episodes 
451-500, 29Aug33, D24059. Harry L. 
Eamahaw (PWH); 200ct60; R264523- 
264527. 

CHATEAUX EN ESPAGNE; comedle en 4 actes 
de Sacha Gultry. © 6jun33; D22991. 
Mme Sacha Gultry, nee Lana Marconi 
(W); 29Nov60; R266799. 

THE CHEESE CHAMPION, a satire in three 
acts by Lynn Root. © l8Aug33; 
D23858. Lynn Root (A); 19Aug60; 
R261828. 



CHET MASON, C. 0., a play by Herbert H. 
Carey. © HJan33; D20096. Herbert H. 
Carey (A); 190ct60; R264454. 

CHILDREN IN UNIFORM, a play in 3 acts 
adapted from the same play as MSdehen 
In uniform by Christa Wlnsloe. Eng- 
lish adaptation by Barbara Burnham. 
© 7Nov33; DP25697. Barbara Burnham 
(A); 10Nov60; R266340. 

CHILDREN IN UNIFORM, a play in 3 acts 
by Christa Wlnsloe. Adapted from the 
same play as Madchen in uniform. 
English adaptation by Barbara Burnham. 
© 21Nov32; DP20011. Barbara Burnham 
(A); 120ct60; R263743. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



CHIPS OF HAPPINESS, a play by Maria V. 
Sweet. © 8Feb33; D20794. Maria V. 
Sweet (A); 30Sep60; R263413. 

THE CHRISTMAS MESSAGE; story cantata. 
Dramatization by Mattle B. Shannon; 
words by Elsie Duncan Yale & others; 
music by M. Isabelle Ritter & others. 
© 230ct33; D28533. Rodeheaver Co. 
(PWH); 280ct60; R265111. 

CHRISTOPHORUS; oder, Die vision elner 
Oper. Oper in 2 Akten (3 Blldern) 
Vorspiel und Nachspiel von Franz 
Schreker. Klavierauszug mlt Text von 
Erwln Stein. © 100ct32; DP28410. 
Hannah Morlarta Adler (PWH); 19Aug60; 
R261898. 

THE COMEDY RACKETEERS. (Ham 'n 1 eggs) 
Pts.1-3, by Benny Samberg (Benjamin 
Samberg) © 24Jan33; D28374. Benjamin 
Samberg (A); 18Nov60; R266270. 

THE COMMEANS, by Stephen S. Weaver. 
© 17Jan33; C6265. Stephen S. Weaver 
(A); 10Nov60; R265876. 

CONFINE YOURSELF CATHERINE; musical 
drama. Book Jc lyrics by R. B. Egan; 
music by Harry Tlerney. Text. 
© 10Aug33; D23724. Raymond B. Egan, 
Jr. (C); 31Aug60; R262189. 

CO-RESPONDENT UNKNOWN, a play In three 
acts by Mildred Harris & Harold Goldman. 
© 28Nov32; D19473. Mildred Harris Se 
Harold Goldman (a); l8Aug60; R261869. 

CRACKED ICE. (Grasshopper) In 10 
sequences. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, 
J. K by Harry Ruby, Bert Kalmar J- 
Grover Jones. © 7Mar33; D21250. 
Emka, Ltd. (PWH); lU0ct60; R2672U0. 



THE CURTAIN RISES, a comedy in three 
acta by Benjamin M. Kaye. 
© 25Aug33; DU23951. Benjamin M. 
Kaye (A); 29Aug60; R262287. 



D 



DANGEROUS CORNER, a play In 3 ajts by 
J. B. Priestley. © 8Dec33; DP27338. 
J. B. Prle3tley (A); 28Dec60; 11268411. 

DAVID AND HIS CHILDREN, a play in four 
acts by Judith Ish-Kl3hor (Judith Iah- 
Klshor Lapldes) © 29Nov33; D25438. 
Judith Lapldes (a); lDec60; R267025. 

DAVID, THE GIANT KILLER, a play in 2 
scenes for children, also adaptable 
for marionettes or shadowgraph by 
I^argaret K. Solfer. © ?Jan33; D2O022. 
Margaret K. Solfer (A); 29Kov60; 
R266891f 

DAYS WITHOUT END, a play by Eugene 
O'Neill. © 20Jul33; DU23431. Shane 
O'Neill & Oona O'Neill Chaplin (C); 
1Nov60; R265333. 

DAYS WITHOUT END by Eugene O'Neill. 
© 20Jul33; D23431. Carlotta Monterey 
O'Neill (W); HAug60; R261517. 

LE DESIR; piece en deux parties et sept 
tableaux de Charles Mere. © 10Mar33; 
D21333. Charles Mere (A); 29Nov60; 
R266791. 

THE DEVIL'S DEAL WITH MR. PINCOTT, a 
comedy In one act by A. J. Talbot. 
© 21Aug33; DP24702. A. J. Talbot 
(A); 22Aug60; R261850. 

DICHTERLIEBE. (Henrleh Heine) Singsplel 
in 3 Akten von Julius Brammer und 
Alfred GrUnwald. Muslk von Felix 
Mendel ssohn-Bartholdy. Vollstandiges 
Reglebuch. © 29Jan20; D63420. Rose- 
marle Brammer (w); 7Nov60; R265401. 



DISTAFF SIDE, by John William Van Druten. 
© 5Sep33; DP25082. Carter Lodge (E); 
7Sep60; R262550. 

DIVINE DRUDGE, a play in 3 acts by Vickl 
Baum 8c John Golden. © HFeb33; 
DU20802. Richard Lert (Wr of V. Baum) , 
Milton Rlndler & Zilla Llppmann (E of 
J. Golden); l4Nov60; R266343. 

LA DONNEUSE; piece en 3 actes de Alfred 
Savoir, pseud, of Alfred Poznanski. 
© 26Jul33; D23609. Jean-Claude Savoir 
Poznanski (C); 8Dec60; R2676O5. 

DRACULA, the vampire play In 3 acts. 
Dramatized by Hamilton Deane & John L. 
Balderston from Bram Stoker's world 
famous novel Dracula. © 15Feb33; 
DP21935. Marlon Balderston Jolln (W); 
310ct60; R265150. 



THE DRONE; or, The she devil, by Lou L. 
Leonard, pseud, of Laura Louise 
Phillips. © 2Sep33j D2t357. Laura L. 
King (A); 8Sep60; R263093. 



DYING TO LIVE, a riotous farce In 
3 acts, by Wilbur Braun. © 110ct33; 
DP24730. Wilbur Braun (A); 130ct60; 
R264143. 

DYNAMITE MIKE. SEE FIRST NIGHTER. 



L'ECOLE DU PISTON; comedle en une acte 
de Tristan Bernard. (In Petite Illus- 
tration) © 4Feb33; D21772. Jean- 
Jacques Bernard (C); 29Not60; R266793. 



FABUENNE; comedle lnedite en 3 actes de 
Jacques Natanson. (In Les Oeuvres 
libres) © Uan33; D24383. Jacques 
Natanson (A); 29Nov60; R266802. 

FALSE DREAMS FAREWELL, a play in 3 acts 
by Hugh Stange. © l6Nov33; D25330. 
Hugh Stange (A); 17Nov60; R266187. 

FAMOUS PLAYS OF 1932. Contents: Musical 
chairs, by Ronald MacKenzie; Somebody 
knows, by John Van Druten; See Naples 
and die, by Elmer Rice; The rose with- 
out a thorn, by Clifford Bax; There's 
always Juliet, by John Van Druten; 
Once in a lifetime, by M03S Hart & 
George S. Kaufman. © 12Sep32; 
DP22519. Victor Oollancz, Ltd. (PCW); 
HAug60; R261478. 

LA FARSA AMOROSA; dal Cappello a tre 
punte, di P. de Alarcon. Text by 
Arturo Rossato; music by Rlcardo 
Zandonal; rlduzione per canto e 
pianoforte di Guido Zuccolo. 
© 4Feb33; DF28388. G. Rlcordl & C. 
(PWH); 23Nov60; R266673. 

LA FEMME EN BLANC; piece en 3 actes de 
Marcel Achard. (In La Petite illus- 
tration) © Uul33; D24618. Marcel 
Achard (A); 29Nov60; R266803. 

FIRST NIGHTER; June 23, 1933. Dynamite 
Mike, by Lou Pollack. O 3Jul33; 
D23193. Wm. M. Pollack & James M. 
Pollack (C of Lew Pollack a.k.a. Lou 
Pollack); 13Jul60; R260229. 

FLOWER OF VENEZIA; operetta in 2 a;~s. 
Music by Edgar Hansen; libretto by 
Ronald Dundas. © 6Nov33; D28559. 
Edgar J. Hansen (A); 19Dec60; R267846. 

FLYING COLORS, a revue by H. Dletz, 

Charles Sherman, Corey Ford, George S. 
Kaufman 8c Marc Connelly. Words 8e music 
by H. Dletz 8s Arthur Schwartz. Text. 
© 280ct32; D19139. Arthur Schwartz 
(a); 2Sep60; R262381 . 



FLYING COLORS, a revue by H. Dletz, 

Charles Sherman, Corey Ford, George S. 
Kaufman h Marc Connelly. Words 8c music 
by H. Dletz 8c Arthur Schwartz. Text. 
© 280ct32; D19139. Howard Dletz (A); 
2Sep60; R262382. 

LA FOIRE AUX SENTIMENTS; comedle lnedite 
en 3 actes de Roger Ferdinand. (In 
Les Oeuvres libres) © Uun33; D24747. 
Roger Ferdinand (a); 29Nov60; R266805. 

FORCED LANDING, a play In 3 acts by 
Wilson Colllson. © 3Jan33; D19964. 
Anzonetta Colllson Atherton (w); 
310ct60; R265207. 

FOUR SAINTS IN THREE ACTS; opera, with 
intermezzo. Words by Gertrude Stein; 
music by Virgil Thomson. © 29Jul33; 
D28507. Virgil Thomson (A); 29Jul60; 
R260925. 

DIE STJNF FRANKFURTER: Lustspiel in 2 
Akten von Carl RSssler. © 25Janl2; 
D29884. Herman Rossler (C); 7Nov60; 
R265397. 



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GAMBLING LADY, a play In 2 acts by Wil- 
son 8: Anzonetta Colllson. © 26Jul33; 
D23540. Anzonetta Colllson Atherton 
(W); 310ct60; R265210. 



THE GARDEN GUEST; floral cantata. 
Music by J. Lincoln Hall & others; 
dialogue 8c text of songs by Elsie 
Duncan Yale. © 15May33; D28477. 
Rodeheaver Co. (PPW of J. L. Hall); 
13Jul60; R261586. 

THE GAY CO-EDS, a comedy in three acts 
by Marie Doran. © 310ct33; DP25388. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 7Nov60; 
R265451. 

GESTERN UND HEUTE. (Ritter Nerestan) 
Schausplel in 3 Akten von Chrlsta 
Winsloe. © 8Nov32; D19245. Hertha 
von Gebhardt (E); 9Sep60; R262482. 



LA GIORNATA DI MARCELLINA; melodrama 
giocoso in 3 atti e 4 parti di Enrico 
Comltti. Musica dl Attllio Parelli. 
Libretto. © 17Nov33; DF25797. 
Antonio Comltti (C); 21Dec60; R2678I9. 

LA GIORNATA DI MARCELLINA; melodramma 
giocoso in 3 atti e 4 parti di Enricc 
Comltti. Musica di Attilio Parelli; 
rlduzione per canto e piancfcrte dell 1 
autore. © 40ct33; DF28537. Isolina 
Rapalli vedova Parelli (w); 21Dej60; 
R267821. 

GIRLS IN UNIFORM, a play in 3 acts, 
adapted from the German play Gestern 
und heute, upon which the film Madchen 
in uniform, is based. English adapta- 
tion by Barbara Burnham. © 6Jan33; 
DP20651. Barbara Burnham (A); 
120ct60; R263742. 



THE GLASS WALL, a play In three acts by 
E. M. Delafleld, pseud, of E. M. 
Dashwood. © 24Apr33; DP23229. Paul 
Dashwood (Wr); 6Dec60; R267440. 

OODIVA; Oper in 3 Akten. Dichtung und 
Muslk von Ludwig Rosellus. Klavier- 
auszug mlt Slngstimme von Gottfried 
Huppertz. © 2Jun33; D28515. Ludwig 
Rosellus (A) & Charlotte Kalmus- 
Huppertz (W); 60ct60; R263676. 

GODIVA; Oper in 3 Akten. Dichtung und 
Muslk von Ludwig Rosellus. Textbuch. 
© 8jun33; D23574. Ludwig Rosellus 
(A); 60ct60; R263675. 



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JOLD EAGLE GUY, a play In 5 scenes by 
Melvin P. Levy. © 6Dec33; D25730. 
Melvin P. Levy (A); l6Dec60; H2t~ 

DER OONDOLIERE DES DOOEN; Oper In elnen 
Akt von Paul Knudsen. Muslk von Emll 
Nlckolaus von Reznlcek. Orchester 
partltur Text. C 30ct32; DP26427. 
Hannah Morlarta Adler (PWHj; 19AugoO; 
R261901 . 



HONOLULU MOONS; drama In 3 aots by Leah 
Medlaca, pseud, of L. L. Roux. 
C 17Dec32; D19780. Lea L. Roux (A); 
140ct60; R264163. 



HOW WONDERFUL! FROM THE LOO OF SINGAPORE 
JIM, a radio sketch by Rupert Hughes. 
Episode one. O 27Jan33; D20538. 
Felix Hughes (E); 12Jul60; R260215. 



DER KREIDEKREIS; Oper In 3 Akten, 7 

Blldern. Dlchtung von Klabund, pseui. 
cf Alfred Henschke; Muslk von Alex- 
ander Zemllnsky; Klavlerauszug mlt 
Text von Felix Qreissle. © 3Uan33; 
DF284&2. Louise Zemllnsky (W) & 
Universal Edition, A.G. (PWH); 27De;60; 
R268369. 



GORDON'S INTERNATIONAL, a comedy In 
prologue & 6 scenes 4 epilogue, by 
Ben Mordecal, pseud, of Benjamin M. 
Hurowltx. © 20Jan33; D20399- Benja- 
min M. BuroKltz (A); 28NovoO; R266723. 

OOWNS BY ROBERTA. Music by Jerome Kern; 
book 4 lyrics by Otto Rarbach. 
© 270ct33; HZK^J,. Otto Bmrbach (A); 
7Hov60; R265*68. 

GRAND HOTEL OP THE AIR; episode 1, by 
Charles Bruce Mlllholland. O 3Apr33; 
DU21626. Charles Bruce Mlllholland 
(A); l8Nov60; R266271. 

GRAND HOTEL OP THE AIR; episode 2, by 
Charles Bruce Mlllholland. © 7Apr33; 
DU21737. Charles Bruce Mlllholland 
(A); l8Nov60; R266272. 

GRANDFATHER ' 3 REVOLUTION, a play by 
Herbert H. Carey. © l6Jtay33; D22477. 
Herbert H. Carey (A); 190ct6O; R264455. 

■•OPPER. SEE CRACKED ICE. 

QRAZIELLA; dramma llrlco In 4 attl dl 
Arturo Rossato. Muslca dl Olannl 
Buccerl. Libretto. © 19Sep33; 
DP24617. Laura Rossato In Duchelle 
(C); 21Dec60; R267818. 

QRAZIELLA; dramma llrlco In 4 attl dl 
Arturo Rossato. Muslca dl Gianni 
Buccerl; rlduzlone per canto e piar.:- 
forte dell' autore. © 19Sep33; 
DP2S522. Maria Buccerl (C); 21DecbO; 
R267820. 

THE OREATEST OOOD ( POR THE OREATEST 
NUMBER), a comedy In three acts by 
Wilbur Braun. © 300ct33; DP25394. 
Wilbur Braun (A); 7Nov60; R265*52. 

OROWINO PAINS, a comedy In three acta 
by Auranla Rouverol . © 27May33; 
D226U9. William S. Rouverol 4 
Jean Rouverol Butler (C); 12Sep60; 
R262739. 



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HAM '11' EGGS. SEE THE COMEDY RACKE- 
TEERS . 
HE, a comedy In 3 acts by Alfred Savolr, 
pseud, of Alfred Poznanskl. Adapted 
by Chester Erskln. © 7Feb33; DP21936. 
Chester Erskln (A); 22Nov60; R266449. 
HELEN BARTMAN, a play by Herbert H. 
Carey. Rev. ed. © 14Feb33; D20834. 
Herbert H. Carey (A); 190ct60; R264453. 
HEIJRICH HEINE. SEE DICHTERLIEBE. 
HENRY-ETTA; operetta. Libretto by Ruth 
D. Wilson; music by Stanley A. Day. 
3 200ct33; D28532. Summy-Elrchard Pat. 
Co. (PWH); 19Dec60; R267845. 

HIS CHRISTMAS STAR; song and story 

program. Story 4 lyrics by Valeria R. 
Lehman; music by Norman Llghthlll, 
P3eud. of Ira B. Wilson. © 19Jul33; 
D28494. Lorenz Pub. Co. (PWH of I. B. 
Wilson); 3Aug60; R261304. 

HOLLYWOOD F£ THY NAME; vaudeville act 
with special lyrics and gags and music 
by Frank Loesser & Jean Herbert. Book 
t lyrics. © lJSep33; D2UJ46I. Frank 
Loesser & Jean Herbert (A); 29Hov60; 
R26697&. 



I AM OVER FORTY, a comedy In one act by 
Madeline Blackmore. © 240ct33; 
DP25385. Madeline Blackmore (A); 
250ct60; R264645. 



THE IMMORTAL KINO; Easter story cantata. 
Music by J. Lincoln Hall, Adam Oelbel 
4 others; dramatization by Valeria R. 
Lehman. © 23Peb33; D2S394. Rodeheaver 
Co. (PPW jf J. L. Hall); 13Jul60; 
R261584. 



THE INSECT COMEDY. 
LIVE IN. 



SEE THE WORLD WE 



THE JAYBIRD'S DREAM, an original mario- 
nette and puppet play by Louise 
Ooodwyn. © 30Jan33; DP2192?. Louise 
Goodwyn (AJ; l4Nov60; R266344. 

JEW DYTE, an historical comedy In 1 act 
by Harold F. Rubinstein. © 26jan33; 
DU20506. Harold F. Rubinstein (A); 
22Nov60; R266447. 

JEW DYTE. SEE ON THE FATHER'S SIDE. 

JEWELS OF THE DESERT, a musical comedy 
In two acts. Book 4 lyrics by Sarah 
Orames Clark; music by Lily Strickland. 
© 19Sep33; D28540. Ralph Clark (Wr); 
280ct60; R265125. 

JOB; tragedle Blbllque en 3 actes de 
Henri Gheon, pseud, de Henri Vaugeon. 
© 26Apr33; D22209. Francois Corre 
(E); 29Nov60; R266797. 

JONES, WITH A HYPHEN, a comedy in one 
act by Alice Halsey. © l4Peb33; 
D20915. Alice Halsey (A); 13Sep60; 
R262809. 

JUDITH: Bibllsches Drama in 3 Aufzugen. 
Text und Muslk von Llvlo Luzzatto. 
Textbuch. © 4Nov32: DP21350. Hannah 
Morlarta Adler (PWH); 19Aug60; 
R261904 . 

JUST BETWEEN OURSELVES, by the Coca-Cola 
Co. © 20ct33; C6602. Coca-Cola Co. 
(PWH); 3Nov60; R265226. 



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KATZ Dl SACK. (Zsakbamacska) Operetta 
In 3 Akten (4 Blldern) Text by Ladls- 
laus Szllagyl (Laazlo Szllagyl); music 
by Michael Elsemann. Text In Hungar- 
ian. © 15Feb33; D28432. Michael 
Elsemann (A) & Mrs. Laszlo Szllagyl 
(W); 25Nov60; R266742. 

A KEK LAMPAS; operetta. Words by Imre 
Harmath & Laszlo Szllagyl; music by 
Mlklos Brodszky. © 21Jun33; D28469. 
Herman Brodsky & Margit Putter (NK of 
M. Brodszky); 22Jun60; R260112. 



KNOCK WOOD, a play in 3 act3 by Harry 
Segall. © 19Sep33; D24434. Harry 
Segall (A); 170ct60; R264170. 



DER LACHENDE EHEMANN; Operette In 3 
Akten von Julius Braramer und Alfred 
Orllnwald. Muslk von Edmund Eysler. 
© 10Mayl3; D19395. Oretl Pujmann- 
Eysler (Cj 4 Roaemarie Brammer (W)j 
7Nov60; R265403. 

LADIES SHOULD LISTEN, by Alfred Savolr, 
pseud, of Alfred Poznanskl, and George 
Broxbourne. Based on the play La de- 
moiselle de Passy. © 15Sep32; DUI8671. 
John C. Savolr (C); 26Aug60; R262075. 

THE LAND OP THE LOST, a radio program 
by Isabel Manning Hewson (Isabel 
Manning Klrkland) © 17Jul33; D23358. 
Isabel Manning Klrkland (A); l6Aug60; 
R261695. 

LAST CHORD, a play by Maria V. Sweet. 
© l8Sep33; D24366. Maria V. Sweet 
(A); 30Sep60; R263414. 

THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN, a comedy in 
three acts by Emlyn Williams. An 
English adaptation of Rene Fauchols' 
Prenez garde a la pelnture. © 24Jul33; 
DP23943. Emlyn Williams (A); 12Sep60; 
R262654 . 

LET 'EM EAT CAKE, a musical comedy by 
Q. S. Kaufman & M. Ryaklnd. Text . 
© l'!Jul33; D23337. Morrle Rysklnd 
(A); 15Jul60; R260243. 

LET 'EM EAT CAKE, a musical comedy in 
two acts by George S. Kaufman and 
Morrle Rysklnd. © l4jul33; DU23337. 
George S. Kaufman (A); 24Aug60; 
R262041 . 

LIGHT, a 1-act play by J. F. Godfrey. 
O 13Mar33; D21252. Amy Norworth (W of 
Jack Norworth a.k.a. John F. Godfrey); 
llJul60; R260105. 

LITTLE SHOT, a comedy In three acts by 
Perclval Wilde. © 17Aug33; D23845. 
Roger Wilde (C); 19Aug60; R261829. 

LOVE ON AN ISLAND; three act play by 
Helen Deutsch. © lAug33; D23619. 
Helen Deutsch (A); 29Aug60; R262151. 

LUCREZIA BORGIA'S LITTLE PARTY, a comedy 
In one act by A. J. Talbot. 
© l6Aug33; DP24700. A. J. Talbot 
(A); 22Aug60; R26l849. 

LUNDI 8 HEURES; piece en 3 actes de 
Jacques Deval, pseud, de Jacques 
Boularan. (In La Petite illustration) 
© 29Jul33; D24771. Jacques Boularan 
(A); 29Nov60; R266806. 



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MA SOEUR DE LUXE; comedle en 3 actes de 
Andre Blrabeau. © 15Jun33; D22998. 
Andre Blrabeau (A); 29Nov60; R266800. 

MA SOEUR DE LUXE; comedle en 3 actes de 
Andre Blrabeau. (In La Petite illus- 
tration) © 30Sep33; D25357. Andre 
Blrabeau (A); 29Nov60; R266808. 
MADCHEN IN UNIFORM. SEE CHILDREN IN 
UNIFORM. 

MANHATTAN MEDLEY, a play in three acts 
by Lawrence Hazard 4 Richard Flournoy. 
© 21Apr33; D22203. Violet B. Hazard 
(W); 7Nov60; R265570. 



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July-Dec. 



EIN MANTEL, EIN HUT, EIN HANDSCHUH; ein 
Schauspiel In 3 Akten, von Wllhelm 
Speyer. © llMay33; D22507. Edith 
Mendelssohn Bartholdy (NK); 26Aug60; 
R261965. 

EIN MANTEL, EIN HUT, EIN HANDSCHUH; In 
3 Akten von Wllhelm Speyer. © HMay33; 
D22507. Gerard W. Speyer (e); 2Sep60; 
R263005. 

LA MARORAVE; comedle lnedlte en 3 actes 
de Alfred Savolr, pseud, of Alfred 
Poznanskl. (In Les Oeuvres llbres, 
Nov. 1933) © 10ct33; D26401. Jean- 
Claude Savolr Poznanskl (C); 8Dec60; 
R267606 . 

DIE MARQUISE VON 0, von Ferdinand 

Bruckner. © 17Nov32; D20616. 

Bettlna Bruckner (W); 25Jul60; 
R260625. 

MARTINE, a play In five scenes by Jean- 
Jacques Bernard. Translation from the 
French by John Leslie Frith. 
© 6Sep32; DI8305. John Leslie Frith 
(A); 26Aug60; R262139. 

MARY OP SCOTLAND, a play In three acts 
by Maxwell Anderson. © 5Aug33; 
D23667. Ollda Oakleaf Anderson (W); 
l8Aug60; R261870. 



MARY OF SCOTLAND, a play In 3 acts by 
Maxwell Anderson. Special limited ed. 
© 22Dee33; D26061. Ollda Anderson (W), 
Alan Anderson, Terrence Anderson, 
Quentln Anderson & Hesper A. Leven- 
steln (C); 27Dec60; R268297. 

MARY OF SCOTLAND, by Maxwell Anderson. 
© 5Aug33; DU23667. Ollda Anderson (W), 
Alan Anderson, Terrence Anderson, 
Quentln Anderson 4 Hesper A. Levensteln 
(C); 19Sep60; R263076. 

MARY'S ANKLE, a farcical display In three 
views by May Tully. © 20Jul32; 
DP18090. Oustave W. SteiTen (NK); 
23Jun60; R258799. (See also Mary's 
ankle; 8Jul60; R260497) 

MARY'S ANKLE, a farcical display In three 
views by May Tully. © 20Jul32; 
DP18090. Samuel French, Inc. (PPW); 
B.Tul60; R260497. (See also Mary's 
ankle; 23Jun60; R258799) 

MATA HARI, by William Paul Engel. 
© 170ct32; D18733. William Paul 
Engel (A); 12Sep60; R262737. 

MEMORIES, a play In 3 acts by Ben George, 
pseud, of 0. Wehner & E. Gates. 
© 110ct33; D24648. Oeorge Wehner 
(A); 120ct60; R263846. 
MEN IN WHITE, a play In 3 acts by Sidney 
Kingsley. © HDec33; DP26331. Sid- 
ney S. Kingsley (A); 28Dec50; R268410. 

MEN IN WHITE, by Sidney S. Kingsley. 
© 27 Sep 33, D24472. Sidney S. 
Kingsley (A); 28Sep60; R263309- 

MERRY MOUNT; opera In three acts. 
Richard L. Stokes, libretto; Howard 
Hanson, music. O l4Feb33; D21086. 
Anna Marie Stokes (W); 10Aug60; 
R261680. 

THE MESSAGE, a play In one act by Brandon 
Fleming. © II4JUI33; DP2I47O6. Brandon 
Fleming (A); 19Jul60; H2601j33. 

MIRACLE AT VERDUN, by Hans Chlumberg. 
Translated by Edward Crankshaw. 
© 21Nov32; DP20008. Edward Crankshaw 
(A); 13Sep60; R262653. 



MIRACLE AT VERDUN, by Han3 Chlumberg. 
Translated by Edward Crankshaw. 
© 21Nov32; DP21087. Edward Crankshaw 
(a); 13Sep60; R262652. 



MISTER WU; Oper In 3 Akten von M. Karlev. 
Nach dem glelchnamlgen Drama von 
Harry M. Vernon und Harold Owen. 
Music von Eugen d'Albert, nach dem 
vorhandenen Sklzzen vollendet von Leo 
Blech. Klavlerauszug mlt Text von 
H. F. Redllch. Vocal score. © 7Sep32; 
DP28415. Hannah Morlarta Adler (PWH); 
19Aug60; R261200. 

MISTER WU; Oper In 3 Akten von M. Karlev. 
Nach dem glelchnamlgen Drama von 
Harrj II. Vernon und Harold Owen. Muslk 
von Eugen d'Albert, nach dem vorhande- 
nen Sklzzen vollendet von Leo Blech. 
Orchester partltur. © 73ep32; D28414, 
Hannah Morlarta Adler (PWH); 19Aug60; 
R261899. 

MRS. OGBODDY OBLIOES, a sketch by Mabel 
Constanduros . © 26Jun33; DP24694. 
Mabel Constanduros (A); 9Sep60; 
R262656. 

MON DRIME; comedle en 2 actes et 8 

tableaux par Louis Verneuil, pseud, de 
Louis Collin, and Georges Berr. 

Iep33; DU24435. Florence Ryan 
(E of L. Verneuil); 28Nov60; R267094. 

MONEY IN THE AIR, a play In three acts by 
Thetta Quay Franks. © 8Sep32; 
DP18104. J. A. Q. Franks (C); 22Aug60; 
R261851 . 

MONOLOGUES FOR WOMEN: Behind the scenes, 
Evening meals, Bridging it & others. 
By Florence Huet. © 50ct32; D18654. 
Florence Huet (A); l6Aug60; R261905. 

THE MYSTERIOUS MRS. UPDIKE, a comedy In 
3 acts by Marion Short. © 30Dec32: 
DP19947. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
190ct6O; R264237. 



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A NEW DEAL, by William Paul Engel. 
© 2Mar33; D21133. William Paul 
Engel (A); 12Sep60; R262738. 

NEW ENGLAND NIOHT, a play by Frederic 
L. Day & Frances Frost. © 25MarJ3; 
D21471. Frederic Lansing Day (A); 
15Nov60; R266007. 



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OH, PROMISE ME, a serial broadcast by 
H. Orlob. © 21Feb33; D20942. Harold 
Orlob (a); 21Nov60; R266386. 

ON DARTMOOR, a comedy in one act by Nell 
Grant. © 8May33; DP22837. Neil 
Grant (A); 6Dec60; R267441. 

ON THE FATHER'S SIDE: JEW DYTE, and 

THEY WENT FORTH; two one-act plays 

by H. F. Rubinstein. © 13May33; 

DP22838. H. F. Rubinstein (A); 

22Nov60; R266452. 
ONCE IN A LIFETIME, a comedy in three 

acts by George S. Kaufman and Moss 

Hart. © 28Jul33; DP24753. George S. 

Kaufman & Moss Hart (a); 24Aug60; 

R262043. 
1001 NACHT. SEE SOLEIDAS BUNTER 

VOGEL. 
ORDER IN THE COURT, a sketch by Max Lief. 

© 28Feb33; D21062. Max Lief (A); 

20Sep60; R263105. 
OUR LEAN YEARS, a play in 1 act by Fred 

Eastman. © 21Dec33; DP25930. Fred 

Eastman (A); 29Dec60; R268549- 



A PAIR OF PAJAMAS, a comedy in one act 
by Russell Medcraft. © 24jul33; 
DP24735. Russell Medcraft (A); 
6Dec60; R267438. 



PEAU D'ESPAGNE; comedle en 4 actes par 
Jean Sarment, pseud, de Jean Belle- 
mere. (In La Petite illustration) 
© 10Jun33; D23608. Jean Bellemere 
(A); 29Nov60; R266801 . 

PENTHOUSE LEGEND, a play In three acts 
by Ayn Rand, pseud, of Alice O'Connor. 
© 28Apr33; D22140. Alice O'Connor (A); 
9Sep60; R262607. 

THE PERFECT STATE; text by Kenneth Webb; 
music by Harold Levey. Text only. 
© 240ct33; DU24860. Kenneth Webb (A); 
28Nov60; R266835. 

THE PLEASURE CRUISE (WITH APOLOGIES TO 
LUCIAN), by Rudyard Kipling. 
© HNov33; D25799. Elsie Bambridge 
(C); l4Nov60; R266330. 

UHE POULE SUR UN MUR; piece en 4 actes 
de Leopold Marchand. © 4Apr33; 
D21774. Mme J. Plneau-Quercy, nee 
Jacqueline Breitel (W); 29Nov60; 
R266794. 

PRIMA DONNA. Book by Rowland Leigh & 
Kay Kenny; lyrics by Jack School; 
music by Sigmund Romberg. © l80ct33: 
DU24762. Select Theatres Corp. (PWH); 
190ct60; R264451. 

LE PRINCE CHARMANT; comedle en 3 actes 
de Tristan Bernard. (In Petite Illus- 
tration) © 4Feb33j D21771. Jean- 
Jacques Bernard (C); 29Nov60; R266792. 

PRINCE IGOR; opera by A. P. Borodin. 
H. Procter-Gregg, author of English 
text. Acting ed. © 19Jul33; DF1271. 
H. Procter-Gregg (a); 19Jul60; 
R260421. 

PRINCE OF PEDDLERS, an operetta in two 
acts, four scenes. Book & lyrics by 
Sarah Orames Clark; music by Bryceson 
Treharne. © 40ct33; D28548. Ralph L. 
Clark (Wr), Mrs. Wm. P. Ramloo (Helen 
L. Clark Ramloo) & Ralph G. Clark (C), 
Maud Thackeray Treharne (w) & Anthony 
Francis Bryceson Treharne (C)j 
280ct60; R265275. 

THE PROMISED LIGHT; Christmas cantata. 
Text by Mattle B. Shannon; music by 
Clarence Kohlmann. © 24Aug33; 
D28497. Rodeheaver Co. (PWH); 
29Aug60; R262320. 

PROSCENIUM, a play in three acts by Ivor 
Novello. © HAug33; DU23738. F. W. 
Allen (E); l8Aug60; R261804. 



PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS, an American comedy 
in a prologue and three acts by Lawrence 
Langner and Armina Marshall (Armina 
Marshall Langner) © 8Aug33; D24100. 
Lawrence Langner & Armina Marshall 
Langner (A); 22Aug60; R26l86l. 



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THE QUAKER'S 'CELLO, by Clifford Bax. 
(In Bourne, John, ed. Eight new one- 
act plays of 1933) © 90ct33; DP25460. 
Clifford Bax (A); 22Nov60; R266454. 



THE QUEEN'S NOSE, a comedy in one act 
by Russell Medcraft. © 8May33; 
DP22832. Russell Medcraft (A); 
6Dec60; R267442. 



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THE RAVEN; poem by Edgar Allen Poe; 
mu3lc by Arcady Dubensky. Orchestra 
score. © 10Jul33; D28523. Arcady 
Dubensky (A); 23Nov60; R266658. 






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REBECCA OP SUNNYBROOK PARK, a State O' 
Maine play In four acts by Kate 
Douglas Wlggln and Charlotte Thompson. 
C l^Jul32; DP18701. Helen K. Bradbury 
(PFV); 15JuloO; R260498. 

RED PLANET, a play In 3 acts by John L. 
Balderston * John H. Hoare. O 8Jun33; 
DP22890. Marlon Balderston Jolln (W); 
310et6O; R265151- 

THE REDEFy*T> LIYETH; dramatic presenta- 
tion for Easter by Elsie Duncan Yale. 
© 2JPeb33; D21012. Rodeheaver Co. 
(PWH); ^JulbO; R260?J9. 

THE RENARDS. a comedy In three acts by 
Lawrence Hazard. © 6Jul33; D233*8. 
Violet B. Harard (W); 7Nov60; R265569. 

RICHARD OP BORDEAUX, a play In 2 acts by 
Oordon Davlot. C 6Mar33; DP22431. 
Oordon Davlot (A); l8Hov60; R266342. 

RIDE 'SH COWBOY; operetta In two acts by 
Mae Nightingale. Book * lyrics by 
Beatrice Humlston McNeil. C l4Jan33; 
D28378. Mae Wheeler Nightingale (A); 
l6Sep60; R262952. 



HITTER NERESTAN. 
H2UTE. 



SEE GESTERN UND 



RIVIERA MIRACLE, by Bvelyn West. 
© 100ct33; 02*852. Evelyn West 
(A); 210ct60; R26*596. 
DIE ROSE VON STAMBUL; Operette In 3 Akten 
von Julius Brammer und Alfred OrUnwald. 
Vollstandlges Reglebuch. O 30Sep22; 
D6226*. Rosemarle Brammer (W); 
7Hov60; R265395. 

TEE ROSE WITHOUT A THORN, a play In 
3 acts by Clifford Bajc. © lMov33; 
DP25698. Clifford Bax (A); 22Nov60; 
R266455. 

ROSEHSTOCK UND EDELWEISS; Vollstlndlger 
Klavlerauszug alt Text. Words by 
Julius Bauer; music by Pranz Lehar. 
O 12Decl2; D1927*. Llesl Rlnaldlnl 
(C of J. Bauer); 21Sep60; R263183. 

THE ROUNDABOUT, a comedy In three acts 
by J. B. Priestley. © 24Jul33; 
DP24707. J. B. Priestly (A); 
12Sep60; R262655. 
RUSSIAN SALAD, a comedy In one act by 
Philip Johnson. © l6Aug33; DP24699- 
Philip Johnson (A); 22Aug60; R261848. 



SAVE US PROM OUR PRIENDS, a comedy in 
1 act by Ernest Denny. O 15Mar33; 
DP21967. Ivor Brown, Cllve Barra- 
clough i Douglas Matthews (E); 
22Nov60; R 2654 51 . 

THE SCHOOL POR HUSBANDS; adapted 111 
rhyme from Mollere's comedy L'ecile 
des marls by Arthur Gulterman & Law- 
rence Langner. © l6Dec33; DP2593i. 
Vida Llndo Gulterman (W) & Lawrence 
Langner (A); 28Dec60; R2684D9. 

THE SEARCH POR A KING; sacred drama by 
Mattle B. Shannon. © 230ct33; D24870. 
Rodeheaver Co. (PWH); 280ct60; R265108. 

SECRET AGENT, a play In 3 acts iy 

W. Somerset Maugham & Campbell Dixon. 
© 10Apr33; D22090. W. Somerset 
Maugham (A); 22Dec60; R268045. 

SHAKESPEARE, a play In 5 episodes by 
H. P. Rubinstein Ic Clifford Bax. 
© 28Mar33; DP21957- H. P. Rubinstein 
(A) & Clifford Bax (A); 22Nov60; 
E266450. 

SHE DEVIL. SEE THjS DRONE. 



SHE TAKES THE WHEEL; three act play by 
L. Du Rocher MacPherson. © I80ct33: 
D0962. L. Du Rocher MacPherson (A); 
9Dec60; R267567. 



SHOW BUSINESS, a comedy with musical 
Interpolations In three acts by 
Alexander S. Ruben. Text only. 
© 15Jul33; D23339. Alexander 3. 
Ruben (Alex Ruben); 22Aug60; R261980. 

DIE SIEGER1N; operette von Bela Jenbach, 
Oskar Prledmann s Prltz Lunzer. Muslk 
von Peter J. Tschalkowsky . Libretto. 
© 7Nov22; D64382. Lydla Koczy-Jenbach 
(C); 28Nov60; R267092. 

DIE dIEOERIN; operette von Bela Jenbach, 
Oskar Prledmann ft Prltz Lunzer. Muslk 
von Peter J. Tschalkowsky. ooufl'ller- 
buch. © 16Apr23; D64333. Lydla 
Koczy-Jenbach (C); 28Nov60; R26,' 

DER SILBERSEE; Buslc by Kurt Weill, 
words by Oeorg Kaiser. Klavlerauszug 
■It Text. © 8Peb33; D28450. Lotte 
Lenya-Welll -Davis (W of Kurt Weill); 
60ct60; R264161. 

SINQ, YOU SINNER, a comedy In one act by 
Ray E. Hurd. © 13Jul33; 00236*8. 
Olive M. Hurd (W); l8Aug60; R261805. 

DIE SIZILIANISCHE VESPER; Oper In 6 

Blldern nach dera Libretto von E. Scribe 
und C. Duveyrler. PUr die deutsche 
OpernbUhne vBlllg neu bearbeltet von 
Julius Kapp: Muslk von Giuseppe Verdi. 
Textbuch. U2 103*3. © 31Dec32; 
D1344. Julius Kapp (A); 19Sep60; 
R263014. 

THE SLEEPINO CLEROYMAN, a play In two 
acts by James Bridle, pseud, of Osborne 
Henry Mavor. © HAug33; DU23752. 
Eric Ingram Mavor 4 Rona Loch Mavor 
(E); l8Aug60; R26l806. 

THE SNAKE IN THE ORASS, a melodrama In 
three acts by Oeorge S. Kaufman and 
Alexander Woollcott. © 23Aug33; 
DU23922. Oeorge S. Kaufman (A); 
24Aug60; R262042. 

SOLEIDAS BUNTER VOOEL; mualkallsches 
Lustsplel nach elnem Marchen aus 1001 
Nacht. Text von Curt BChmer; Muslk 
von Max Donlsch. Neue Bearbeltung. 
© 210ct33; D28568. © Elisabeth 
Donlsch (W); l6Nov60; R266424. 

SOME QUEEN, a three act comedy by 
G. Grey and A. Bryan. © 23Aug33; 
D24184. Alfred Leo Bryan (C); 
23Aug60; R261976. 

SOUL'S OP MEN, a dramatic allegorical 
fantasy by Cleveland Bronner. 
© l8Aug33; D23859. Cleveland Bronner 
(A); 22Aug60; R261911. 

SPEAK POR YOURSELP, JOAN, a comedy in 
3 acts by Wall Spence. © 90ct33; 
DP24728. Wall Spence (A); 130ct60; 
R264142. 

THE SPIRIT OF MOTHER LOVE; service for 
Mother's Day. Elsie Duncan Yale, 
author of text; Samuel Wesley & others, 
composers of music . © 7Mar33; D28418. 
Rodeheaver Co. (PWH of E. D. Yale); 
13Jul60; R261585. 

STRANGER THAN FICTION, a comedy in three 
acts by Charles Bruce Mlllholland. 
Rev. version. © 5Sep33; DU24153. 
Charles Bruce Mlllholland (A); 
l8Nov60; R266273. 

DER STURM; Marchen3piel in 3 Akten nach 
Shakespeare's Sturm. Musik von Anton 
Beer-Walbrunn, op. 64. Klavlerauszug 
von Komponlsten. © lNov32: D28411. 
Hannah Morlarta Adler (PWH); 19Aug60; 
R261891 . 



SUR CHAMP D'BTOTT.KS; piece en 3 actes 
de Francis de Crolsset. © 4Apr33; 
D21777. Philippe de Crolsset (C); 
29Nov60; R266795. 



T 



THANKS AND GOODBYE; or. Tragic lady, a 
play in 3 acts by Harry Segall. 
© 50ot33; D24678. Harry Segall (A); 
170ct60; R264171. 



THEY WENT FOHTH. 



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THEY'RE NONE OF THEM PERFECT, a play In 
one act by Sophie Kerr (Sophie Kerr 
Underwood) © 3Peb33; DU20664. Sophie 
Kerr Underwood (A); 29Aug60; R262284. 

THREE-CORNERED MOON, a comedy in three 
acts by Oertrude Tonkonogy. 
© 12Jul33; DP24750. Gertrude Tonko- 
nogy (A); 3Aug60; R261299. 

TIDINQS OP JOY, a Christmas play in 1 
act by Elizabeth McFadden. © HNov33; 
DP25395. Elizabeth A. McFadden (A); 
15Nov60; R266345. 

TIME OF THEIR LIVES, a play about Prince 
ton by Robert Nail (Robert Edward 
Nail, Jr.) © lMay33; D26985. 
Robert Edward Nail, Jr. (A); 22Aug60; 
R261932. 
TO BE DESTROYED UNOPENED, a comedy in 1 
act by P. Morton Howard. © 9Nov33; 
DP25691. P. Morton Howard (A); 
10Nov60; R266341. 

TOM SAWYER, a play in four acts by Paul 
Kester. Founded on the story by 
Samuel L. Clemens. © 31Jan33; 
DP22089. Florence Wlckham Lueder 
(NK); 29Aug60; R262285. 

TOMBOY, a play in 3 acts by James Hagan. 
© 3Mar33; D21281. Sadie K. Hagan (W); 
170ct6O; R264169. 

TOURTERELLE; trols actes de Claude-Andre 
Puget. © 6Nov33; D25148. Claude - 
Andre Puget (A); 29Nov60; R266807. 

:C LADY. SEE TliAIIKS AIID G0CD3YE. 

TRAOODIE IN AREZZO. (Caponsacchl) Oper 
in 3 Akten vor- und Nachsplel nach 
Robert Browning's Dlchtung The ring 
and the book von Arthur Goodrich. 
Deutsch Ubersetzung von Werner Wolff. 
Elnrlchtung fur die Deutsch BUhne von 
Jul. Kapp; Muslk von Richard Hageman. 
Mixed voices and orchestra score. 
© 13ep32; DP28405. Hannah Moriarta 
Adler (PWH); 19Aug60; R261897. 

TROIS ET UNE; piece en 3 actes de Denys 
Amlel. (In La Petite illustration) 
© 280ct33; D26100. Denys Amiel (A); 
29Nov60; R266809. 

TROIS POUR CENT; piece en 3 actes de 
Roger Ferdinand. (In La Petite 
Illustration) © 8Jul33; D24619. 
Roger Ferdinand (A); 29Nov60; R266804. 



u 



THE UNQUIET SPIRIT, a play in three acts 
by Jean-Jacques Bernard. Translation 
from the French by John Leslie Frith. 
© 73ep32; D18304. John Leslie Frith 
(A); 26Aug60; R262140. 

UP POPS THE DEVIL, a comedy in three 
acts by Albert Hackett and Frances 
Goodrich (Frances Ooodrlch Hackett) 
© 31Mar33; DP21933. Albert Hackett 
(A) & Frances Goodrich Hackett (a); 
3Aug60; R261298. 



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VERY EARLY AMERICAN, a comedy In 3 acta 
by Florence Johns & Wilton Lackaye. 
© 10Nov33; D25171. Florence Johns & 
Wilton Lackaye (A); l4Nov60; R265989. 



DIE VISIOtI EINliR OPfiR. 
PHORUS. 



SEE CHRISTO- 



LA VOIE LACTEE; comedle en 3 actes de 
Alfred Savolr, paeud. of Alfred 
Poznanakl. © 4Apr33; D21781. 
Jean-Claude Savolr Poznanakl (C); 
8Dec60; R267604. 

LE VOL NUPTIAL; comedle en 3 actes de 
Francla de Crolsset. © 10May33; 
D22484. Philippe de Crolaaet (C); 
29Nov60; R266798. 

LE VOL NUPTIAL; comedle en 3 actea de 
Francis de Crolsset. (In La Petite 
Illustration) © 11Nov33; D26436. 
Philippe de Crolsset (C); 29Nov60; 
R266811. 



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WEDNESDAY'S CHILD, a play In 2 acta, 9 
scenes by Leopold Atlas. Revised a-.d 
rewritten version of Mother and child 
by Leopold Atlas. © llJJec33; DB25621. 
Dorothy Atlas (w); 28Dec60; R268408. 

WELCOME HOME, a play In 3 acts with pro- 
logue t epilogue by L. 0. Bell & 
0. Motzan. © 270ct33; D25161. Rose 
Tashge (NK of 0. Motzan); 270ct60; 
R265178. 

DIE WELT AUF DEM MONDE; komlsche Oper In 
elnem Vorsplel und 2 Akten von Joseph 
Haydn. Text frel nach Qoldonl von 
Wllhelm M. Trelchllnger; Muslkallsche 
bearbeltung von Mark Lothar. Klavler- 
auazug mlt Text. © 5Nov32: D28384. 
Hannah Morlarta Adler (PWH); 19Aug60; 
^61896. 



WHISTLING IN THE DARK, a play In three 
acta by Laurence Gro33 and Edward 
Chlld8 Carpenter. © I4jul33; DP24724. 
Laurence Groaa (A); 19Jul60; R260434. 

WHISTLING IN THE DARK, by Laurence Groaa 
and Edward Chllda Carpenter. 
© 14Ju133; D24724. Laurence Gross 
(A); l8Jul60; R260501. 

A WHITE CHRISTMAS, a giving pageant. 
Scene, dialogue & tableau, beautiful 
music by Ethel Cloyd. Text only. 
© 230ct33; D24871. Rodeheaver Co. 
(PWH); 280ct60; R265109. 

WHITE FOLKS IS FUNNY; In three acts by 
Charlotte M. Van Buren. © 30Sep32: 
D18515- Charlotte M. Van Buren (A); 
24Aug60; R262039. 

WHO'S CRAZY N0W7 A comedy In 3 acts by 
Gerald Bell, pseud, of John Latham & 
Robert Wing. © 7Dec32; DP19949. John 
Latham (A) & Arthur Walker (E of 
R. Wing); 260ct60; R264789. 

WINDFALL, a play In 3 acts by R. C. 
Sherrlff. © 5Apr33; DU21670. Robert 
Cedrlc Sherrlff (A); 28Dec60; R2684C". 

WOODEN KIMONO, a melodrama mystery play 
In three acta by John Floyd. 
© 25Jul33j DP24737. John Floyd (A); 
3Aug60; R261301. 



WORLD APARTMENT, a aymbollc drama In 
three acts by Charles Bruce Mlllhol- 
land. Act 1. © 3lOct33; DU25024. 
Charlea Bruce Mlllholland (A); 
l8Nov60; R266275. 



WORLD APARTMENT, a symbolic drama In 
three acts by Charles Bruce Mlllhol- 
land. Act 2. © 260ct33; DU24946. 
Charles Bruce Mlllholland (A); 
l8Nov60; R266274. 



THE WORLD WE LIVE IN. (The Insect 
comedy) A play in 3 acts with pro- 
logue & epilogue by Josef ><■ Karel 
Capek adapted & arr. for the American 
stage by Owen Davis. © 300ct33; 
D25386. Donald Davis (C); 3CNov60: 
R267016. 



WRITTEN ON FOOLSCAP; nine revue sketches 
by Dion Titheradge. © 6Apr33: 
DP21952. Bulcraig & Davis (E); 
6Dec60; R267436. 



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YALLAR GAL, a comedy drama in five acts 
by S. Easton. © 3Nov33; D25097. 
Sidney Easton (A); 3Nov60; R265478. 



YELLOW JACK, by Sidney Howard & Paul 
De Kruif . © 23Sep33; D24415. Paul 
De Krulf (A); 28Sep60; R263311. 

YOU NEVER KNOW YOUR LUCK, a comedy In 
1 act by Erneat Denny. © 28jul33; 
DP24703. Ivor Brown, Cllve Barra- 
clough & Douglas Matthews (E); 
22Nov60; R266453. 

A YOUNG MAN OF FIFTY, a play in 3 acts 
by Rose C. Feld & Franklin P. Adams 
adapted from the novel A ycung man of 
fifty by Rose C. Feld. © 25Sep33; 
D24635. Rose C. Feld (a); 28Dec60; 
R268148. 



DAS ZIRKUSKIND; in 3 Akten von Robert 
Bodanzky und F. Thelen. Mualk von 
Edmund Eysler. Klavierauszug mlt 
Text. © 13Marll; D18860. Oretl 
Pujmann-Eysler (C); 7Nov60; R265394. 

ZSAKBAMACSKA. SEE KATZ IM SACK. 



NAME INDEX 



An Index to the names of authors and copyright claimants given in the main 
entries. Below each name are the titles under which the main entries are to 
be found. Renewal registrations are distinguished by the symbol "(R)" follow- 
ing the title. 



Abti, . 

.a. 
rge. 
-LLO. 

LIVE ON TI 

DRUMS, DROLLERY, AND 
DRI\ 
Abenhelm, ?eter. 
EYE 0? THE NEi 
Aberg. 

BIG ONE. 
Abingdon Press. 

WORLD IS IN BETHLEHEM. 
Abstance, Louise. 

LIGHTHEARTED PANTOMIMES. 
Abstar. 

LIGHTHEARTED PANTOMIMES. 
Academy Players Productions. 

CHILD'S GAME. 
Achar: . 

PEMME EN BLANC. (R) 
IDIOTE. 
R0LL0. 
Ackart, Robert. 
AARON'S WIFE. 
Ackland, Rodney. 

PA?:- Z-ilE.lL, EU3E>.'E. 
Adamov, Arthur. 

POUR MODERN FRENCH COMEDIES. 
Adam.i , I . P . 

YOUNG MAN OP FIFTY. (R) 
Adams, Ida Ella3. 

MRS. LAURIE LEIGH. 
Adams, Roger. 

FAME AND FORTUNE. 
Adamson, Jig, pseud. SEE 

Cook, Hettle M. 
Adler, Dc: 

POUR THINGS CRY. 
MATTER OF DEGPZI . 
Adler, Hannah Morlarta. 
CHRISTOPHORUS . (R) 
GONDOLIERE DES DOGEN. (R) 
MISTER WU. (R) 
STURM. (R) 

TRAGODIE IN AREZZO. (R) 
WELT AUF DEM MONDE. (R) 
Aero-Progress, I 
A.T.C. CLEARS. 
SHI? TO SHORE. 
TOWER COMMUNICATIONS. 
Agabashlan, Ann. 

MAGGIE. 
Agulrre, Isldora. 

EXPRESS FOR SANTIAGO. 
Ahlsen, Leopold. 
RASKOLNIKOPF. 



Ahn 4 Slmrock, BUhnen- und 
Muslkverlag. 

BANDE UND DER GENERAL. 

DAME VOM MAXIM. 

WEITi 

. Edwin Ho; 

BELL OP SAN MIGUEL. 
. 

PARSA AMOROSA. (R) 
Albee, Edward. 

AMERICAN DREAM. 

DEATH OP BESSIE SMITH. 

ZOO STORY. 
Albert, Eugen d' . 

MISTER WU. (R) 
Alexander, Victor, pseud. 

SEE Genovarlo, Victor N. 
Alford, Nc. 

HERE WE GO AGAIN. 

LIKE A OAME OP CHESS. 
Allan, Ted. 

000 ET MAOOO. 
Alleman, Tlllle pierce. 

ONCE THIS SOFT TURF. 
Allen, Cay, pseud. SEE 

Kallen, John J. 
Allen, Dayton. 

DAYTON (WHY NOT?) ALLEN. 
Allen, Don. 

MISS ALICE AND THE CUNNING 
COMANCHE. 
Allen, Eugene. 

POR THE LOVE OP IRVING. 
Allen, P. W. 

PROSCENIUM. (R) 
Allen, Frances Fowler. 

WORLD IS IN BETHLEHEM. 
Allen, Gene. SEE Allen, 

Eugene. 
Allen, George. 

ANOTHER WASHDAY MIRACLE. 
Allen, Harry James. 

ACTORS ANONYMOUS. 
Allen, Robert I. 

DANCING ON MY TOES. 
Allen, Terry. 

MISS ALICE AND THE 

CUNNING COMANCHE. 
:"., Vera. 

MYSTERIOUS WAY. 
Alloy Steel Division, 

Republic Steel Corp. 

SEE Republic Steel Corp. 

Alloy Steel Division. 
Altair Enterprises. 
WEDDING NIGHT. 



•., Pred. 

HERZEN IM STURM. 
Alvarez, Alejandro Rodriguez. 

SEE Rodriguez Alvarez, 

Alejandro. 

ker, Harmond Burns. 

GEMINI. 

PROPESSOR BLAKE. 
American Assn. of Retired 
Persons. 

EVER SINCE APRIL. 
Brewery . 

JOE DRINKS BEER— FRED 
DRINKS BEER. 

WAITER — SAY THERE, WAITER. 
American Institute for 

Plnanclal Planning, Inc. 

RIDDLE ON YOUR FINANCIAL 
PLANS POR THE FUTURE. 
American National Films, Inc. 

POOR WHITE TRASH. 
Ames, Nell, pseud. SEE 

Lowers, Anthony J. 
Amlel, Denys. 

TROIS ET UNE. (R) 
Ananla, Joan. 

WHAT A KILLING. 
Andersen, Hans Christian. 

IF A STAR PALLS. 

PHANTOMGREEN. 
Anderson, Alan. 

MARY OP SCOTLAND. (R) 
Anderson, Gllda Oakleaf. 

MARY OP SCOTLAND. (R) 
And ers on , Maxwe 1 1 . 

MARY OP SCOTLAND. (R) 

WEITE WEG. 
Anderson, Newton Thomas. 

URGE. 
Anderson, Ouentln. 

MARY OF SCOTLAND. (R) 
Anderson, Robert. 

SILENT NIGHT, LONELY NIGHT. 
Anderson, Sherwood. 

SHERWOOD ANDERSON'S WINES- 
BURG, OHIO. 
Anderson, Terrence. 

MARY OF SCOTLAND. (R) 
Andreev, Leonid. 

HE WHO GETS SLAPPED. 
Andromedas, Nicholas. 

THORNS OF VENGEANCE. 
Angelastro, Leon La Morrie. 

SPEEDIEST DANCER. 
Anka, Paul. 

CHRISTMAS GREETING BY PAUL 
ANKA. 



Anoullh, Jean. 

BECKET. 
Antonlta, Sister. 

GENERAL MICKEY. 
Appell, Don. 

SHALOM. 
Appleman, Mark J. 

HE WHO CAME BACK. 
Appleton, Jon Howard. 

EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 
Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc. 

OEDIPUS THE KING AND ANTI- 
GONE. 
Aprlzlan, Mia. 

EVENINGSONG. 
Apsteln, Theodore. 

COME SHARE MY HOUSE. 
Arbow, Ethan, pseud. SEE 

Brate, Charlotte. 
Archer, Robert S., Jr. 

TOM JONES. 
Arden, Jane. 

PARTY. 
Arden, Mary. 

NELLIE DOWN THE WELL. 

YOUNG HIAWATHA. 
Arlett, Vera I. 

CASTLE ON THE MOOR. 

FIRST TIME I SAW PARIS. 
Armco Steel Corp. 

WORLD OF ARMCO. 
Armstrong, Samuel. 

GALAHAD SMITH. 
Arno, Owen G. 

ALONG CAME A BLACKBIRD. 
Arnold, Anton. 

DAGGER OF THE SEVEN 
DEATHS . 
Arnott, Peter D. 

OEDIPUS THE KING AND 
ANTIGONE. 
Aronson, Max. 

LOVE IS NO TRIBAL CUSTOM. 

THEATRE IS DEAD. 
Arout, Gabriel. 

GOG ET MAGOG. 
Arout, Gabriel, pseud. SEE 

Aroutcheff, Gabriel. 
Aroutcheff, Gabriel. 

GOG ET MAGOG. 

GOUT DE MIEL. 



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July-Dec. 



Art Craft Play Co. 

GENIUS, JR. 

LOCK, STOCK AND LIPSTICK. 

WASHINGTON NEVER SLEPT HERE. 
Arzroni, Arthur Achoude. 

TANYA. 
Ashdowne, Olivia. 

CUPBOARD. 

SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR. 
Asher, Chester A., Jr. 

MEET ME AT THE RODEO. 
Asher, Joseph. 

CHECKPOINT. 

SILENT BEAMS INTRUDE. 
Atherton, Anzonetta Colllson. 

FORCED LANDING. (R) 

GAMBLING LADY. (R) 
Atherton, Camllle Skrlvanek. 

CHIT-CHAT ON A RAT. 

MAN OF SINGULAR INTEGRITY. 

MAN WHO DIED WITH HIS 
BURBERRY OFF. 
Atkins, Thomas R. 

FROG WOOD. 
Atkinson, Harry. 

BISHOP'S BOYS. 
Atkinson, Orlana. 

JULIA, JAKE, AND UNCLE JOE. 
Atlas, Dorothy. 

WEDNESDAY'S CHILD. 
Atlas, Leopold. 

WEDNESDAY'S CHILD. (R) 
Attmore, John C. 

VETERANS MARCH. 
Atwater, Edith. 

SEARCH FOR MISSING MEN. 
Auden, W. H. 

CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE. 

RISE AND FALL OF MAHAGONNY. 
Auer, James M. 

CITY OF LIGHT. 
Aufbau-Verlag. 

SOLDATENSPIELE. 
Austin, Mike. 

BETTER GOLF THRU APPLIED 
RELAXATION. 
Automatic Electric Sales Corp. 

FONE FAX. 
Autry, Lola M. 

I SURRENDER ALL. 
Avallone, Michael. 

GREAT MOMENTS IN AMERICAN 
HISTORY - THE CIVIL WAR. 
Ayme, Marcel. 

FOUR MODERN FRENCH COMEDIES. 
Ayres, Gerald Herbert. 

MAN OF LETTERS. 
Azana, Manuel Martinez. SEE 

Martinez Azana, Manuel. 



B 



Bacchelll, Rlccardo. 

NOTTE DI UN NEVRASTENICO. 
Bacon, Russell F. 

GOING FISHING. 
Bagdasarlan, Ross. 

ALVIN FOR PRESIDENT. 

AUGUST DEAR. 

BRAVE CHIPMUNKS. 

COMIN' THRU THE RYE. 

I WISH I COULD SPEAK FRENCH. 

JAPANESE BANANA. 

LILY OF LAGUNA. 

MAGIC MOUNTAIN. 

OH GONDALIERO. 

PIDGIN ENGLISH HULA. 

RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED 
REINDEER. 

SPAIN. 

STUCK IN ARABIA. 
Bagley, Winburn Stanton. 

FIRST IN CREATION: ADAM AND 
EVE. 
Bailey, Harry P. 

MAY DAY BOY. 
Bailey, Red. 

DEVIL IN MY HEART. 
Bailey, William R. 

OF PAPER HOPE. 



Bain, Willard Sloeum, Jr. 

EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. 
Baker, Alan H. 

TOLLIVER. 
Baker, Julian Eugene. 

PIZZA MAN. 
Baker (Walter H. ) Co. 

BEGINNING OF THE WAY. 

BENEATH THIS SPIRE. 

GENTLE ONE. 

GRANDMA BANDIT. 

LIGHTHEARTED PANTOMIMES . 

MISS ROBIN CRUSOE. 

THREE WOMEN OF THE 
NATIVITY. 
Balanda, Blruta J. 

AH, SO. 
Balanda, John J. 

AH, SO. 
Balderston, John L. 

DRACULA. (R) 

RED PLANET. (R) 
Baldwin, Joseph B. 

SNOW FOR THE LOVERS. 
Ball, Jerome. 

PROJECT ACHILLES. 
Ballard, Louis W. 

CULTURAL MILIEU AND 
AMERICAN INDIAN MUSIC. 
Balluck, Donald Eugene. 

ONE MAN. 
Balsley, Eugene D. 

MRS. YOUNG. 
Balzac, Honore de. 

TROMPE LA MORT. 
Bambrldge, Elsie. 

PLEASURE CRUISE. 
Bank Street College of 
Education, New York. 

APPLES FOR TEACHER. 
Banks, Theodore Howard. 

ELECTRA . 
Banner Play Bureau, Inc. 

COLD AND BEAUTIFUL. 
Bantam Books, Inc. 

ARMS AND THE MAN. 

TEN PLAYS. 
Bantl, Anna. 

CORTE SAVELLA. 
Barbler, Jules. 

HOFFMANNS ERZtfHLUNGEN . 
Bardoly, Louis S. 

STRANGE STORY. 
Barell, Renee, pseud. SEE 

Persltz, Ruth. 
Barer, Marshall. 

HELEN OF TROY. 
Bargy, Jeanne P. 

SUNDAY BRUNCH. 
Barlow, Alice V. 

DILLAR, A DOLLAR. 
Barlow, Betty M. 

RABBIT WHO WANTED RED 
WINGS. 
Barlow, Claude A. 

DILLAR, A DOLLAR. 
Barnes (A. S. ) & Co., Inc. 

MOON OF MY DELIGHT. 
Barnet, Sylvan. 

GENIUS OF THE IRISH 
THEATER . 
Barraclough, Clive. 

SAVE US FROM OUR 
FRIENDS. (R) 

YOU NEVER KNOW YOUR LUCK. 
Barreca, Frank H. 

CIRCUIT RIDER. 
Barrett, Glenn. 

CAPTAIN KIDD. 
Barrett, Maurice, pseud. 

SEE Bartmann, Marcus. 
Barrie, James Matthew. 

OLD LADY SHOWS HER 
MEDALS. 
Barris, George. 

TIME AND ETERNITY. 
Barron's Educational Series, 
Inc. 

EGMONT. 
Barry, Gerard. 

LIFE'S MILLIONAIRE. 



Bars, Richard. 

VOGELHRNDLER. 
Bars (Richard) BUhnenverlag, 
K. G. , "Die Rampe. " 

ASCHENPUTTEL. 

DORNR0SCHEN . 

FLITTERWOCHEN . 

FRKULEIN JULIE. 

FROSCHKONIG. 

GANSEHIRTIN AM BRUNNEN. 

GESTIEFELTE KATER. 

HERZEN IM STURM. 

MHRCHEN VOM KLEINEN 
DRUMLING . 

ROTKKPPCHEN. 

TRAUMSPIEL. 
Bartholdy, Edith Mendelssohn. 

MANTEL, EIN HUT, EIN 
HANDSCHUH. (R) 
Bartlett, Gladys Irene. 

POET DONKEY AND THE 
FLOWER GIRL. 
Bartlett, Irene. SEE 

Bartlett, Gladys Irene. 
Bartmann, Marcus. 

TIR-NA-NOG. 
Bastlaensen, August Joanna. 

LIEBE UND STACHELDRAHT. 
Bastlaensen, Gust Joanna. 

SEE Bastlaensen, August 

Joanna . 
Bate, Dave. 

BETTY BOO P. 
Bate, David S. 

BETTY BOO P. 
Bate, Sam. 

MONDAY'S WASHING DAY. 

PICKLE IN PARADISE. 

SOMEONE ELSE'S PRETTY TOYS. 

WEDDING CRISIS. 
Batson, George. 

DESIGN FOR MURDER. 
Battendier, Pierre. 

ALFRED ET LA VIE EN ROSE. 
Bauer, Julius. 

ROSENSTOCK UND 
EDELWEISS. (R) 
Bauguess, Leslie W. 

MOTHERWIT. 
Baum, Vicki. 

DIVINE DRUDGE. (R) 
Bax, Clifford. 

FAMOUS PLAYS OF 1932. (R) 

QUAKER'S 'CELLO. (R) 

ROSE WITHOUT A THORN. (R) 

SHAKESPEARE. (R) 
Bazarlnl, John. SEE Bazarlnl, 

Ronald John. 
Bazarlnl, Ronald John. 

FAME AND FORTUNE. 
Bazzoni, Luigi. 

NOTTE IN PARADISO. 
Beckett, Samuel. 

KRAPP S LAST TAPE AND OTHER 
DRAMATIC PIECES. 
Beckwith, Miriam C. 

LOVE'S SUCH A WONDROUS 
THING. 
Bedard, Henry A. 

LOVED ONE. 
Beeby, Esther. 

COLD AND BEAUTIFUL. 

DON'T ANNOY THE GHOSTS. 
Beecher, Earl. 

WITCH CURSE. 
Beer-Walbrunn, Anton. 

STURM. (R) 
Begovic, Milan. 

HERZEN IM STURM. 
Behan, Brendan Francis. 

RICHARD'S CORK LEG. 
Bela, Nicholas F. 

ILONA . 

£200,000 SECURITY FIRST. 
Belasco, Emil. 

SOY DE LA LOMA. 
Bell, Benny, pseud. SEE 

Samberg, Benjamin. 
Bell, Dalton A. 

MODERN MAGINOT. 



Bell, Gerald, pseud. 

WHO'S CRAZY NOW. (R) 
Bell, Lilah Older. 

WELCOME HOME. (R) 
Bellemere, Jean. 

?EAU D'ESPAGNE. (R) 
Beltempo, Elena. 

SPEEDIEST DANCER. 
Bemis, Alan C. 

GOING FISHING. 
Benavente, Jacinto. 

WITCHES' SABBATH. 
Bench, LaMont . SEE Bench, 

Newell LaMont. 
Bench, Newell LaMont. 

GIRL NEXT DOOR. 
Benjamin, Gloria R. 

INVITATION TO THE DANCE. 
Benjamin, Mrs. Kenneth F. 

SEE Benjamin, Gloria R. 
Bennett, Herman L. 

INSPECTOR MCKAY. 
Bennett, John C. 

BELLIGERENTS . 

WHY, MARY, WHY. 
Bentkover, Jacob. 

QUARTER TO MIDNIGHT. 
Bentley, Eric. 

PLAYS. 

THREEPENNY OPERA. 
Bentley Music Co. 

FIRST YEAR. 

SECOND YEAR. 
Benton, Gene. 

MAKE ROOM FOR ME. 
Berenson, Howard. 

DEN OF LIONS. 
Beresford, Spencer M. 

HIGH-ALTITUDE SURVEILLANCE 
IN INTERNATIONAL LAW. 

PRINCIPLES OF SPACECRAFT 
LIABILITY. 
Berg, Magda. 

ISLAND. 
Berger, Abraham. 

ARTIFICIAL SKIN OR BANDAGE. 
Berger, Josephine. 

MAGIC PELICAN. 
Berger, Ruth. 

ARTIFICIAL SKIN OR BANDAGE. 
Berges, Max L. 

AND MAKE NOT MUCH OF DEATH. 
Bergland Verlag Gesellschaft 
M.B.H. 

AHNFRAU. 

DIAMANT DES GEISTERK0NIGS. 

DRAMATISCHE WERKE. 

ERWECKUNG DES ZOSIMIR. 

GLOCKEN VON LONDON. 

GOLDENE VLIESS. 

MOISASURS ZAUBERFLUCH. 

SAPPHO. 

UNHEILBRINGENDE KRONE. 
Bergman, Peter P. 

TOM JONES. 
Berkeley, Agatha. 

COLD MOLASSES. 
Berlin, Irving. 

AS THOUSANDS CHEER. (R) 
Berman, Morton. 

GENIUS OF THE IRISH 
THEATER. 
Berman, Shelley. 

ALVIN & SHIRLEY. 

BOY WHO WASN'T INVITED TO 
THE PARTY. 

DENTIST. 

EDGE OF SHELLEY BERMAN. 

FATHER & MIDGET. 

INSIDE SHELLEY BERMAN. 

OUTSIDE SHELLEY BERMAN. 
Bermel, Albert. 

FOUR MODERN FRENCH COMEDIES. 
Bernard, Jean- Jacques. 

ECOLE DU PISTON. (R) 

MARTINE. (R) 

PRINCE CHARMANT. (R) 

UNQUIET SPIRIT. (R) 
Bernard, Marc. 

CARAFON. 



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107 



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Berr. 










Ben. 






80 >. 


































































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THE 

























Best, Charles M. . 

BONES. 

EDIBLE POETS. 

LOVE SONG OP THE SILENT 
MECH- 

SAM ON THE RI3HT TB 
Bestar. . 

Better Se . 

J, Inc. 

Better Selling Bur-. 
Ion. 
Bettl, Ugo. 

CRIME ON OOAT ISLAND. 
Bew, Oeorge. 

NAT- - 
Bey nor. . 

SHIFTING HEART. 

OH, MY BELOVED. 

n i re . 
MA SOEUR DE LUXE. (R) 
Blsson, Andre. 

ALFRED ET VA VIE EN ROSE. 
Blttner, Glenn Stewart. 

HEY, DOC. 
BJamhof, K 

KORTE DAG ER LANG NOK. 

. Brian, pseud. 
ANY GIRL CAN. 

. Margaret Mulligan. 
CURSE THE DARKNESS. 
Blackburn, Rot 
MO0NS0NG . 

more, Madeline. 
I AM OVER FORTY. (R) 

ter. 
MOCK ORA;.-I. 
Blades, Leslie Burton. 

LL GIRL'S DAUGHTER. 
Blair, Dale. 

NEVER MIND TOMORROW. 
Blake, Christopher, pseud. 
:eleskl, Antoinette. 
Bland, Margaret. 

PINK PARTY DRESS. 
Blatt, Lucie. 

STRICTLY KOSHEF . 
Blatt, William M. 

STRICTLY KOSHER. 
Blatt, Mrs. William M. SEE 

Blatt, Lu:ie. 
Blau, Eric. 
OH OYSTERS. 

. Leo. 
MISTER WU. (R) 



lle- 

LOVI *'ITH 

BE - -^. 

..MAKER'S PF 

Bod a: 

•ELFAHRT. 

S BUNTER VOGEL. (R) 
HOT 

WN THE WEJ 

:. E. 

:oos. 

sud. SEE 

U KALOOTIE'S CHRISTMAS. 

MAKE ROOM FOR ME. 
nard. 

Boret . 

BABE. 
Borodin, A. P. 

PRINCE IGOR. (R) 

sh:- V LIGHT. 

E, REPORTER * 
■ 
Bott 

STOFFRESTE . 
Boudousse, Jean. 

CAB-; 
Boularan, Jacques. 

LUNDI 8 HEURES. (R) 
Bourdeaux, Henry J. 

INTERNATIONAL GAME FISHING 
SWEEPSTAKES. 
Bourne, John. 

OUAKER'S 'CELLO. (R) 
Bowen, Betty J. 

CAKEWALKER. 
Bowen, Roger Wendell. 

REVUE SKETCHES. 
Bowman, Margaret C. 

OLD PLAME AT BAT. 
Boynton, Judd. 

MISTS OF UTZI-LOBOS. 
Brace, Ruth W. 

A. J. OP BONNIE BAY. 
Brachman, H. J. 

DOES DETROIT REALLY NEED 
AN INCOME TAX. 
Bradbury, Helen K. 

REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK 
PARM. (R) 
Brady, Susan. 

EVEN IN TRANSYLVANIA. 
Brahms, Mussee A., pseud. 

SEE Marpol, Raymon W. 
Brammer, Julius. 

DICHTERLIEBE. (R) 

LACHENDE EHEMANN. (R) 

ROSE VON STAMBUL. (R) 
Brammer, Rosemarle. 

DICHTERLIEBE. (R) 

LACHENDE EHEMANN. (R) 

ROSE VON STAMBUL. (R) 
Brampton, Joan. 

BEDSIDE MANNER. 

SOMETHING ATTEMPTED. 
Brand, Smith de, pseud. SEE 

Prumbs, Lucille Smith. 
Branden, Nathaniel. 

BASIC PRINCIPLES OF 
OBJECTIVISM. 



Brandt, Lois L. 
LAUGH WITH LOIS. 

Brant. Cla. SEE Brant, 

ATLANTIS. 
Brat- bte. 

GOLDEN WOMEN. 
Braudy, Hansl. 

SAY KID. 
Brau:.. 

DYING TO LIVE. (R) 

GREATEST GOOD (FOR THE 
GREATEST NUMBER). (R) 
Brecht, B 

Eugen Berthold Frledrlch. 
Bre.v Perthold 
PrleJ 

CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE. 

IN THE JUNGLE OP CITIES. 

RISE AND PALL OP 
MAHAGONNY . 

THREEPENNY OPERA. 
Breltel, Jacqueline. SEE 

Plneau-Ouercy, Jacqueline 

Breltel. 
Brenner, Marlene. 

GENTLE ONE. 

HOUSE . 

: , Esther Jane. 

SPARK THAT KINDLES. 

:■, Herschel Leonard. 

PRESIDENT NOAH'S SPACE 
SHIP. 

TREES DIE STANDINO. 
Brides, Ivory. 

LOVE AND MARRIAGE. 
Brldgers, Carl. SEE 

Brldgers, Oeorge Carl. 
Brldgera, George Carl. 

OH, HELLAS. 
Bridle, James, pseud. SEE 

>r, Osborne Henry. 
Brlghouse, Barbara. 

BIT OP WAR. (R) 
Brlghouse, Harold. 

BIT OP WAR. (R) 
Brllant, Arthur M. 

HIGH RIDGE. 
Brllant, Edna R. 

HIGH RIDGE. 
Brlnson, Rosemary Oreene. 

BOTTOMS-UP . 
Brlttaln, Rosel W. 

HALO FOR HENRY. 
Britten, Benjamin. 

DIDO AND AENEAS. 

MIDSUMMER NIOHT'S DREAM. 
Brodsky, Herman. 

KEK LAMPAS. (R) 
Brodsky, Marvin Alyn. 

PATRON OP THE ARTS. 
Brodszky, Mlklos. 

KEK LAMPAS. (R) 
Broldy, Ell. 

HEY, THERE'S GRANDPA. 
Bronner, Cleveland. 

SOUL'S OF MEN. (R) 
Bronte, Charlotte. 

JANE EYRE. 
Brooks, Norman A. 

ENTRY E. 

PLAYPEN. 
Brown, Ivor. 

SAVE US PROM OUR 
FRIENDS. (R) 

YOU NEVER KNOW YOUR 
LUCK. (R) 
Brown, Lionel. 

BROTHER HENRY. 
Brown, Mrs. Martin. SEE 

Brown, Henzle Raeburn. 
Brown, Natalie. 

GIRL FROM OUTSIDE. 
Brown, Ruth Kanln. 

KEYS POT. 
Brown, Shirley B. 

TIKI TIKI TEMBO. 
Brown, Tally. SEE Brown, 

Natalie. 
Browne, Henzle H. Raeburn. 

BEGINNING OF THE WAY. 

GREENWOOD. 

TURNSTILE. 



Brown f iel 

ALTAR-Pi: 
Browning, Billy Dean. 

SONG OF AMERICA. 

teln, Samuel Hyman. 
.ADES OF VINNIE AND 
VANNIE. 

T 'N' T (TEENAGERS 'N' TOTS) 

YOUTH OF THE WORLD. 
Broxbourne, Ge. 

LADIES SHOULD LISTEN. (R) 
Bruckner, Bettina. 

MARQUISE VON 0. (R) 
Bruckner, Ferdinand. 

MARQUISE VON 0. (R) 
Brumbaugh, Patrick. 

SIMPLE SIMON. 
Brunl, Philip P. 

NEST IN THE WEST. 
Brusha, Sadie. 

GRANDPA TWO MEDICINE. 
Bryan, Alfred Leo. 

SOME QUEEN. (R) 
Buccerl, 01 

ORAZIELLA. (R) 
Buccerl, Maria. 

GRAZIELLA. (R) 
Buccl, Mark. 

DAYS ON END. 

GIRL PROM OUTSIDE. 

OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS. 

PINK PARTY DRESS. 
Buchanan, Bill. 

THEME FROM THE PAD. 
Buck, Raymond J., Jr. 

PASSING FAIR. 
Buckingham, Clyde Edwin. 

CLARA BARTON AND THE 
VOLUNTARY SUPPORT OF THE 
ARMIES DURING THE CIVIL 
WAR. 
Buechner, Margaretha L. 

PHANTOMOREEN. 
Buechner, Mrs. W. W. SEE 

Buechner, Margaretha L. 
BOrkner, Robert. 

ASCHENPUTTEL. 

DORNRO"SCHEN . 

FROSCHKONIG. 

GKNSEHIRTIN AM BRUNNEN. 

OESTIEFELTE KATER. 

ROTKSPPCHEN. 
Bulcralg & Davis. 

WRITTEN ON FOOLSCAP. (R) 
Bullowa, Jean. 

MOUNTAIN OF THE HEART. 

NEIGHBORS. 

POISED FOR VIOLENCE. 

SILVER TREE. 
Burdette Music Co. 

IS THERE A SANTA CLAUS. 
Burke, Thomas D. 

EVEN IN TRANSYLVANIA. 
Burkley, Betty B. 

MAGIC PELICAN. 

VIE'MONSEIGNEUR SAINT FIACRE. 
Burleson, Bobby James. 

EIGHTEEN HANDS HIGH. 
Burnham, Barbara. 

CHILDREN IN UNIFORM. (R) 

GIRLS IN UNIFORM. (R) 
Burns, Margery. 

SKY'S THE LIMIT. 
Burr, Dorothy. 

SAMOAN JOURNEY. 
Burto, William. 

GENIUS OF THE IRISH THEATER. 
Busattl, Peter V. 

DAISY CHAIN. 
Butler, Ivan. 

DANGER INSIDE. 
Butler, Jean Rouverol. 

GROWING PAINS. (R) 
Butler, Mildred Allen. SEE 

Engdahl, Mildred Allen 

Butler. 
Buzby, Harry C. 

SELF-SUCCESS. 
Buzzatl, Dlno. 

MANTELLO. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



Caines, Cracla. 

CHRISTMAS SECRET. 
Calabrese, Rose LaMas. 

NO RECORD. 
Calder (John) Publishers, 
Ltd. 
PLAYS . 
Caldwell, Erskine . 

SURE HAND OP GOD. 
Calene, John L. 

IN IT FOR THE MONEY. 
Callahan, Ethel. 

GENIUS. 
Calliope, Inc. 

ALVIN & SHIRLEY. 

BOY WHO WASN'T INVITED TO 
THE PARTY. 

DENTIST. 

FATHER & MIDGET. 
INSIDE SHELLEY BERMAN. 

OUTSIDE SHELLEY BERMAN. 
Calvlno, Italo. 

NOTTE IN PARADISO. 
Cameron, Charles. 

ONE OF THE FAMILY. 
Campbell, Gaye. 

SECOND BEST BED. 
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick. 

DEAR LIAR. 
Campion, Rose, pseud. SEE 

Sergei, Ruth F. 
Capek, Josef. 

WORLD WE LIVE IN. (R) 
Capek, Karel. 

WORLD WE LIVE IN. (R) 
Carbone, L. Francesca. 

GREAT LOVE OF A BOY GENIUS. 
Carew, Susan, pseud. SEE 

Kennedy, Shirley F. 
Carey, Herbert H. 

CHET MASON, C. 0. (R) 

GRANDFATHER'S REVOLU- 
TION. (R) 

HELEN BARTMAN. (R) 
Carlngl, Rudolph. 

SUBSTANCE OF A HOUSE. 
Carlsch, S.P.A. 

NOTTE IN PARADISO. 
Carlton, Kay, pseud. SEE 

Franklin, Rose Davlda. 
Carmlchael, Fred. 

LUXURY CRUISE. 
Carmody, Catherine Cross. 

GLIMPSES OF WANYA. 
Carole, Debbie, pseud. SEE 

Taylor, Nancy Carol. 
Carole, Joseph. 

BROTHER JASPER. 
Carpenter, Edward Chllds. 

WHISTLING IN THE DARK. (R) 
Carre, Michel. 

HOFFMANNS ERZAHLUNGEN. 
Carroll, Claire. 

DEVIL TO PAY. 
Carroll, Sidney. 

TEMPTATION OF ROGER HERIOTT. 
Carter, Arthur Philip. 

HIP, HIP, HOORAY. 

OPERATION MAD BALL. 
Carter, Wellington Alan. 

GUNMEN. 
Cartwrlght, George Allan, 

pseud. SEE Poston, 

Richard. 
Carver, Raymond E. 

TAKE CARE Y'SELF. 
Carver, Sidney. 

ROYAL ADVENTURER. 
Carwell Co. 

FREEDOM ROAD. 
Cary, Falkland L. 

DANGER INSIDE. 
Case, William R. 

END OF THE DIVING BOARD. 
Casona, Alejandro, pseud. 

SEE Rodriguez Alvarez, 

Alejandro. 
Casson, Lionel. 

MASTERS OF ANCIENT COMEDY. 



Castelli, Alberto. 

MORD IM DOM. 
Castro, Manuel Tamayo. SEE 

Tamayo Castro, Manuel. 
Caudill, Carl B. , Jr. 

CROSS COUNTRY. 
Cavalier, Richard Arthur. 

SKIN DEEP. 
Cearley, Edgar C, Jr. 

SUGAR AND SPICE. 
Cerf, Kurt. 

ROOT OF ALL EVIL. 
Cesana, Otto. 

ALI BABA AND THE FORTY 
THIEVES. (R) 
Chadwick, Vivlenne Charlton. 

INVISIBLE LINE. 
Challly, Luciano. 

MANTELLO. 
Chaplin, Oona O'Neill. 

AH, WILDERNESS. (R) 

DAYS WITHOUT END. (R) 
Chapman, John. 

SIMPLE SPYMEN. 
Chappell & Co., Ltd. 

SKETCHES AND LYRICS FROM 
LIVING FOR PLEASURE. 
Charras, Charles. 

HOMME A L'OMBRELLE BLANCHE. 
Chase, Ann. 

BIRDS. 
Chattln, Robert N. 

FOGGY NIGHT IN SAN 
FRANCISCO. 
Chatto, Merle. 

COMMERCIALS FOR RADIO & 
TELEVISION FOR REMINGTON 
ELECTRIC SHAVER. 
Chaucer, Geoffrey. 

FOOL'S ERRAND. 
Chayefsky, Paddy. 

TENTH MAN. 
Chekhov, Anton Pavlovlch. 

ON THE HARM OF TOBACCO. 
Chesnais, Bernard. 

SURVIVANTS. 
Chichester, Charles X., pseud. 

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT. 
Chieco, Lorenzo J. 

SELF-SUCCESS. 
Chige, Lottie Michelson. 

LOVE ME, LOVE ME. 
Chlumberg, Hans. 

MIRACLE AT VERDUN. (R) 
Chrlstensen, Verona. 

CONFUCIOUS JONES, THE WISE- 
GUY. 
Christie, Agatha. SEE 

Mallowan, Agatha Christie. 
Christie (Agatha) Ltd. 

GO BACK FOR MURDER. 
Chrysler Corp. De Soto 
Division. 

1961 VALIANT REVEAL SEQU- 
ENCE. 
Chrysler Corp. Dodge Dlvl 
slon. 

DODGE LINE DISPLAY FILM. 

1961 NEW CAR AND TRUCK 
INTRODUCTION. 
Chrysler Corp. Plymouth 
Division. 

1961 VALIANT REVEAL SE- 
QUENCE. 
Chrysler Corp. Valiant Divi- 
sion. 

1961 VALIANT REVEAL SE- 
QUENCE. 
Churchill, Beatrice. 

CHRISTMAS SECRET. 
Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, 
Inc. 

NEW HYPERTENSIVE PATIENT. 

PROGRESS IN THE THERAPY OF 
SEVERE HYPERTENSION. 
Clark, Ralph G. 

PRINCE OF PEDDLERS. (R) 
Clark, Ralph L. 

JEWELS OF THE DESERT. (R) 

PRINCE OF PEDDLERS. 



Clark, Sarah Grames. 

JEWELS OF THE DESERT. (R) 

PRINCE OF PEDDLERS. (R) 
Claudel, Paul. 

PIECE OF NOON. 
Clemens, Theodore C. 

POLITICIAN AND THE PUSSY 
CAT. 
Clement, Victor K. 

EAGLE IN THE MUD. 
Cloyd, Ethel. 

WHITE CHRISTMAS. (R) 
Coates, John F., Jr. 

PENNY . 
Coca-Cola Co. 

JUST BETWEEN OURSELVES. (R) 
Cocteau, Jean. 

NOUVEAU THEATRE DE POCHE. 
Cohen, Arthur. 

THREE STOOGES MEET THE MOB. 
Cohen, Irving Morton. 

OLD GENERATION DIETH. 

TALE IN TWO CITIES. 

WAR AND PIECES. 
Cohen, Lewis Keith. 

GEM. 
Colacicco, Robert. 

TATTERED WONDERLAND. 
Cole, Carroll Peterson. 

WANING DARK. 
Cole, David S. 

EN CROISADE. 

HOW I WORKED IT WITH THE 
BUSH. 
Cole, Philip G. 

MISTER DOCTOR FREUD. 
Coleman, A. P. 

BALLADYNA. 
Coleman, Lonnle. 

MABEL. 
Coleman, Marion Moore. 

BALLADYNA. 
Collier, Kenneth Frederick. 

WILTED AFTERNOON IN HEAVEN. 
Collin, Louis Jacques Marie. 

MON CRIME. (R) 
Collins, Mrs. Fletcher, Jr. 

SEE Collins, Margaret 

Jame s . 
Collins, Louise G. L. 

MAIN ROADS ARE BEST. 

VIPERS' GUEST. 
Collins, Margaret James. 

POSITIVE HOUR. 

TERRACE. 
Colllson, Anzonetta. SEE 

Atherton, Anzonetta 

Colllson. 
Colllson, Wilson. 

FORCED LANDING. (R) 

GAMBLING LADY. (R) 
Comittl, Enrico. 

GIORNATA DI MARCELLINA. (R) 
Commercial Life Insurance 
Co. of Missouri. 

NEW CYCLE OF PROFIT. 
Concordia Pub. House. 

EVERY CHRISTIAN, A BIBLE 
STUDENT . 

UNTO YOU, A SAVIOR. 
Conkle, E. P. 

GRANNY S LITTLE CHEERY 
ROOM. 
Constandurous, Mabel. 

MRS. OGBODDY OBLIGES. (R) 
Continental Illinois 
National Bank. 

SELLING TACTICS, INSIDE 
AND OUT. 
Conway, Linda Ann. 

IT'S SO NICE TO BE A FISH. 

WITCHES ARE FOR WEARING. 

WONDERFUL WHEEL. 
Cook, Hettie M. 

HOME FROM THE CLOUDS. 
Cooper, Colin. 

DIAMOND TOOTH. 
Cooper, Norton J. 

VOICE IN THE NIGHT. 
Cope, Edward. 

CHAMEER MAN. 



Copeau, Jacques. 

LITTLE POOR MAN OF ASSISI. 
Cordell, Carl, pseud. SEE 

Caudill, Carl B., Jr. 
Corre, Francois. 

JOB. (R) 
Corrie, Joe. 

GOLDEN WEDDING. 

OCCUPATION MOONRAY. 
Corry, Sherwood C. 

LAST STRONGHOLD. 
Cotton, William. 

BRIDE THE SUN SHINES ON. (R) 
Cotton, Mrs. William. 

BRIDE THE SUN SHINES ON. (R) 
Courteline, Georges. 

FOUR MODERN FRENCH COMEDIES. 
Covino, Salvatore T. 

STORY OF COWS. 
Coward, H. 

WAKEFIELD SHEPHERD'S PLAY. 
Coward, Noel. 

WAITING IN THE WINGS. 
Cowen, Marion. 

EILLEY ORRUM. 

NEVADA, HI-0. 
Crago, Louise. 

COUNTRY MUSIC. 

DEATH IN VALHALLA. 

SHADE OF SUSPICION. 
Crago, Mrs. R. E. SEE Crago, 

Louise. 
Crankshaw, Edward. 

MIRACLE AT VERDUN. (R) 
Crasilneck, Harold B. 

MR. BEDOBO AND TYRANNO- 
SAURUS REX. 
Crasilneck, Sherry K. 

MR. BEDOBO AND TYRANNO- 
SAURUS REX. 
Crawford, John. 

WOMAN OF THAT FUTURE PLACE. 
Crawford, John Richard. 

JEANNIE. 
Crilley, John. 

SOME SAY THE DIVIL'S DEAD. 
Crolsset, Francis de. 

SUR CHAMP D'ETOILES. (R) 

VOL NUPTIAL. (R) 
Crolsset, Philippe de. 

SUR CHAMP D'ETOILES. (R) 

VOL NUPTIAL. (R) 
Cross, Beverley. 

ONE MORE RIVER. 
Crouse, Russel. 

SOUND OF MUSIC. 
Crowell (Thomas Y.) Co. 

AMERICAN DRAMA. 
Crusinberry, Jane. 

NATIVITY. 
Csokor, Franz Theodor. 

ERWECKUNG DES ZOSIMIR. 
Cummings, Dave. SEE Cummlngs, 

H. David. 
Cummings, H. David. 

WEATHERMAN'S PICNIC. 
Cunningham, Dan. 

AH, MRS. MULLINS. 
Curcl, Edlzionl. 

AMANTE CUBISTA. 
Curtln, Michael J. 

SOMETHING TO REMEMBER. 
Curtis, Joseph A., Jr. 

FAME. 
Curtis, Robert Philip. 

PAGING DANNY WEBSTER. 
Cutillo, Emily. 

A CAPPELLA. 



Dace, Wallace. 

BLIND MAN'S BUFF. 

RENASCENCE AT APPOMATTOX. 

WE COMMIT THIS BODY. 
Dain, Carolyn Clifton. 

GREATEST OF THESE. 
D'Albert, Eugen. SEE Albert, 

Eugen d ' . 
Damuth, Bruce Stuart. 

GAFF. 



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NAME INDEX 



109 



-YS. 
->eud. SEE 
Da:. til. 



t TO renemi-: 

- ; EX. 
Davlej , 

3Y EXERCISE. 
Davlot, Gordon. 

. (H) 
v.er. 
7TY. 
Davl. . 

BOOHE 
Davis . 

WORLD VS LIVE IN. (R) 
Davis, 

ADVENTURE. 

. Lotte Lenya-W 
SILBERSEE. (R) 
- 

won; ,r) 

Dawsor . 

LADY OP THE SHOWS. 

Lansing. 

(R) 

■ (R) 
Deakl 

MIRROR AND SCA] 
Deane, Oregory K. 
TWIN 

icon. 
■'JLA. (R) 
DeBruland, Ragnhllde. SEE 
eud. 
December Hi 

THEME FROM THE PAD, FT. 2. 
vleve V. 
:he inter- 
£ituation 

phe soviet 

E SOVIET 
PRESS IN 
Deckelman, Mrs. Robert C. 
SEE Declcelman, Virginia 
Gilchrist. 

.rlst. 
SHADOWS OP A DREAM. 

. sset, Francis. SEE 
Crolsset. de. 
De Crolsset, Philippe. SEE 

Crolsset, Philippe de. 
Deebar 

NOBLESSE OBLIGE. 
PARTNERS . 
Deerlng, Ronald C. 

IN SPITE OF EVERYTHING. 
De Felice, James Vincent, Jr. 

TOUCH OF HI 
De Ghelderode, Michel. SEE 

Iderode, Michel de. 
De Hond, St :EE Hond, 

Stephen de. 
Deiga; . 

STONE IN THE NET. 

-srt. 
SEARCH FOR MISSING MEN. 
De Krulf, Paul. 

YELLOW JACK. (R) 
Delafle Id, E . . ^seud. 

SEE Zi i wood, E. M. 
Delaney, Shelagh. 
GOUT DE MIEL. 



7 BLACK SHIPS. 

SSDAY. 

eud . SEE 

. Arno, pseud. SEE 
. 
De Mai 

THE BEANSTALK. 
ge J. 
TRA 

'- '. , Inc. 

: history : 

Denict . 

POU. 
. Jerry B. 
IS THERE A SANTA CLAUS. 
. Ernest. 
/E US PROM OUR 
FRIENDS. (R) 

KNOW YOUR 

pes. 

AUDIO JOURNAL OP DENTISTRY. 
'., August. 

WITCH CURSE. 
De Soto Division, Chrysler 

Corp. SEE Chrysler Corp. 

De Soto Division. 
Despouey . 

PAREWELL TO THE FLESH. 
Deuts 

MAKE MINE MINK. 

LOVE . (R) 

•quea, pseud. SEE 
Boularan, Jacques. 
Dewey, Donald 

I'AL. 
D'Hervllllez, u EE 

Her. 
D'Ho:. 

THE BEANSTALK. 
SLEEPING BEAUTY. 

■3. 

GLOCKEN VON LONDON. 

■y, Robert D. 
MORTALS AT THE PORTALS. 

r.eth. 
BERMUDA WAS A YEAR AGO. 
•nee. 

- :th dirty 

HANDS. 
Dletz, Howard. 

PLYINO COLORS. (R) 
Dlggs, Charles Norman. 

WHITTINGTON HOUSE, 
.la, Giuseppe. 

IT WAS A SNAP. 
Dlne3, Michael. 

HIRSHMAN AND SON. 

LULLABY. 

OUT OP THE DARKNESS. 
DINoto, Gene. 

OLD MAN AND BURRO. 
Dixon, Campbell. 

SECRET AGENT. (R) 
Dodd, Mead & Co., Ii 

BEST PLAYS OP 1959-1960. 
Dodge Division, Chrysler 

Corp. SEE Chrysler Corp. 

Dodge Division. 
Dolcln Corp. 

DOLCIN COMMERCIALS. 
Dondo, Mathurln. 

CONTES DRAMATIQUES. 
Donegan, Lorl. 

TIME AND ETER1 
Donlsch, Elisabeth. 

SOLEIDAS BUNTER VOGEL. 
Donlsch, Max. 

SOLEIDAS BUNTEB VOGEL. 
Donnelly, Mrs. Arthur G. SEE 

Donnelly, Elizabeth Norton. 
illy, Elizabeth Norton. 

FOLLOWERS OF MARY ?ENN. 
Donovan, Gene, pseud. SEE 

■tens, Anne Coulter. 
Dooley, John Anthony. 

JONAH'S WAIL. 



Doome, Shaman, pseud. SEE 

Do ran, 

BETTY S BUNGALOW. (R) 

. Marguerite B. 

DYNAMIC INTEGRAL LEARNING 
AND TEACHING OF LANGUAGE. 
Dostoevskll, Pedor Mlkhail- 
ovlch. 
[ME AND PUNISHMENT. 

INSULTED AND INJURED. 
Dostoevsky, Pyodor. SEE 

Dostoevskll, Fedor Mlkhall- 

ovlch. 
Douglas, Arthur, pseud. SEE 

Schuf '. hur, Jr. 
Doug: icy. 

ROLLO. 
Downer, Alan S. 

AMERICAN DRAMA. 
Downes, John Roger. 

LAST PAYMENT. 

, Sir Arthur Conan. 

ELEMENTARY MY DEAR WATSON. 
Draeger, Isabel 

MR. JINGELING SHOW POR I960. 
Dram 

BIBLE STORIES. 
:;da, Ltd. 

BED OP ROSES. 
Drair. Zo . 

ASK ANY GIRL. 

CHRISTMAS CHECK. 

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT. 

NO DEADLY MEDICINE. 

SKY'S THE LIMIT. 

THIRTEEN AT TABLE. 
Drel ' lag, G.M.B.H. 

ABENDGESELLSCHAFT. 

RASKOLNIKOPF. 
Drelstadt, Roy. 

LECTURE ON THE SOLUTIONS 
TO PROBLEMS IN THE 
THEORIES OP PREUD AND 
PIAOET. 
Drennen, Marguc 

SECOND CUP. 
Dresser, Olive B. 

SWEETEST FLOWER THAT OROWS. 
Droll Yankees, 

CAPTAIN NICKERSON. 

GOING FISHING. 

POGEY BOAT. 

TUG OASPEE. 
Druten, John William Van. 

SEE Van Druten, John 

William. 
Dubensky, Arcady. 

RAVEN. (R) 
DuBols, Marcel. 

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT. 

THIRTEEN AT TABLE. 
DuBols Chemicals, Inc. 

FEEL FREE. 
Duchelle, Laura Ro3sato. 

ORAZIELLA. (R) 
Duckworth, Odell Sllvey. 

DAY IN THE MEN'S WARD. 
Duerrenmatt, Frederick. 

DEADLY GAME. 
Dufault, Buddy. 

MONEY ISN'T EVERYTHING. 
Dugger, Nancy. 

SMALL BOAT WAP,' 
Dumas, Alexandre, flls. 

SHE WORE CAMELLIAS. 
Dundas, Ronald. 

FLOWER OF VENEZIA. (R) 
Dunlop, Richard S. 

FOUR BELLS MEANS 
GLORY. 

OVERPRAISED SEASON. 
Dunn, John P. 

LET MY VOICE RING OUT. 
Dunnlgan, Ann. 

LIZA. 
Durden, Robert Talbot. 

BADINAGE . 
Durniak, Daniel F. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY TELE- 
VISION NEWS REEL. 



••rby . 
UNLESS RENEWED, YOU EXPIRE. 
Duve;. 

ILIANISCHE VESPER. 
SIZILIANISCHE VESPER. (R) 

wia H. 
CAUSES, PREVENTION AND 
TREATMENT OF PERIODONTITIS 
AND TOOTH DE." 
. 
NOBODY'S MA EVER DIES. 



y L. 

CHANDU, THE MAGICIAN. (R) 

OUR LEAN YEARS. (R) 
Easton, Sidney. 

ACROSS THE LINE. (R) 

BIG WHEEL. (R) 

YALLAR GAL. (R) 
. Joseph Henry. 

COLOR SCHEME. 
Economics Laboratory, Inc. 

WASHING IS MY DISH. 
Edel, Leon. 

GUY DOMVILLE. 
Edition Kaspan 

HERR KAYSER UND DIE 
NACHTIGALL. 

ms du Rocher. 

NOUVEAU THEATRE DE POCHE. 
Edit. ... SEE Talla, 

Edit- 
Edmunds, Murrell. 

MOON OF MY DELIGHT. 
Edson, Beatrice. 

BRIDE AND PREJUDICE. 
Ml S. 

BAR WITH NO BEER. 
Egan, Raymond Blannlng, Jr. 

CONFINE YOURSELF 
CATHERINE. (R) 
Eglltls, Ansla. . 

SANDRA. 
Elgen, Robert. 

TO SEE THE STARS. 
Elnstadt, Isaac. 

POND. 
Einstein, Irving, pseud. 

SEE Elnstadt, Isaac. 
i.mn, Michael. 

KATZ IM SACK. (R) 
Eldredge, John Gordon. 

TEACHIN' MAN. 
Ellas, Ann, pseud. SEE Adams, 

Ida Ellas. 
Eliot, Thomas Stearns. 

MORD IM DOM. 
Ellis, Belvln B. 

INFINITY, ONE, ZERO, ONE, 
INFINITY. 
Ellis, Ernest. 

ANGELINA. 

IN SWEETEST BUD. 
Emericus, M., pseud. 

HEXE VON KORONTA. 
Emerson, Royce. 

JEST. 
Emery, Charles. 

BABY FOR BRENDA. 

D IS FOR DANGER. 

MADAME VULTURE. 

PORTRAIT OF DEBORAH. 
Emka, Ltd. 

CRACKED ICE. (R) 
Emmett, Robert. 

LIMBO LOVER. 
Emmons, Delia Gould. 

NORTHWEST HISTORY IN ACTION. 
Empire Photosound, Inc. 

MAGNESIUM. 

NEW WORLD OF LIVING. 
Engdahl, Mildred Allen Butler. 

IN THE FOREST OF FANCY. 
Engel, Lyle Kenyon. 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. 

CINDERELLA. 

GREAT MOMENTS IN AMERICAN 
HISTORY - THE CIVIL WAR. 



110 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



Engel, Lyle Kenyon.-Con. 

JACK THE G-IANT KILLER. 

PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. 

POPEYE'S ZOO. 

STORIES OF THE SILENT 
SERVICE . 

THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS. 
Engel, William Paul. 

MATA HARI. (R) 

NEW DEAL. (R) 
England, Michael Garland. 

ABYSS. 
England, Robert. 

FLY AWAY HOME. 
Englander, David A. 

SANCTUARY ISLAND. 
Engle, Paul. 

GOLDEN CHILD. 
Ennls, VI. 

THAT'S ME. 
Epstein, Donald K. 

SATURDAY PROM. 
Erbstoeszer, Adele Gordon. 

GHOST OF THE CHINESE ELM. 
Erbstoeszer, Mrs. Vernon. 

SEE Erbstoeszer, Adele 

Gordon. 
Erskin, Chester. 

HE. (R) 
Ersklne, Andrew H. 

GOODBYE TILL MONDAY. 
Erskine, Chester. 

CRISIS. 
Escelicer, S.A. 

MARIBEL Y LA EXTRANA 
FAMILIA. 
Essex, Harry J. 

SURE HAND OF GOD. 
Estabrook, Howard. 

GLORY OF ANGKOR. 
Estrada, Doris. 

CHRISTMAS EVE GUEST. 
Eternity Records. 

BELIEF IN GOD and THE HOLY 
TRINITY. 
Eterovic, Fernando Josseau. 

SEE Josseau Eterovic, 

Fernando. 
Eunson, Dale. 

SOUTHERN COMFORT. 
Eunson, Katherlne Albert. 

SOUTHERN COMFORT. 
Euripides. 

REVELATION IN THE COURT- 
HOUSE PARK. 

TEN I 
Evans, Carole W. 

SIXTY THIRD AT COTTAGE 
GROVE. 
Evans, E. Eynon. 

ACCORDING TO THE DOCTOR. 
Evans, Easmond, Jr. 

SIXTY THIRD AT COTTAGE 
GROVE. 
Evans, Edward K., Jr. 

COURT FOR OWLS. 

NEVA BLUES. 

ROOM IN HOTEL BABYLON. 

ROTTEN WOOD. 
Evans, Franklin Temple. 

ONE FINE DAY. 
Evans, Robert, pseud. SEE 

Eigen, Robert. 
Eysler, Edmund. 

LACHENDE EHEMANN . (R) 

ZIRKUSKIND. (R) 



Fabrlzi, Bernard. 

DO YOU HAVE A WOMAN IN YOUR 
ROOM. 
Fadigan, Ellen Marie. 

SARA. 
Fahy, Patricia A. 

GREEN GOD. 
Fairchlld, William. 

SOUND OF MURDER. 
Falrweather, Charles Robert. 

BLUE BOOK. 



Fajans, Caroline R. 

DESTROYING AGENT. 
Fajans, Julian, pseud. SEE 

Fajans, Caroline R. 
Fanelll, Henry Clay. 

BEELZEBUB. 

GLISSANDO. 

SONGBIRD. 
Farmer, Herbert R. 

RADIATION: FRIEND OR FOE. 
Farrow, Peter. 

SEAN 0' FEY. 
Fass, Gertrude J. 

LOVE AMONG THE CENTRALIANS. 
Fast, Howard. 

FREEDOM ROAD. 
Faulkner, William. 

AS I LAY DYING. 
Fay, Patrick J. 

LAST FAMILY. 

MELBA, THE TOAST OF PITHOLE. 
Fayne, Reglna Brand. 

FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH. 
Feiffer, Jules. 

EXPLAINERS. 
Feist, Gene. 

LUST FOR THE NIGHTINGALE. 
Feld, Rose C. 

YOUNG MAN OF FIFTY. (R) 
Felsenstein, Walter. 

HOFFMANNS ERZXhLUNGEN. 
Felshln, Augusta. 

ECHO. 
Felts, W. Roland. 

SON OF THE HIGHEST. 
Fenner, Phyllis. 

ENTRANCES AND EXITS. 
Ferdinand, Roger. 

FOIRE AUX SENTIMENTS. (R) 

TROIS POUR CENT. (R) 
Fergusson, Francis. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 
Fernandez, Pedro Perez. SEE 

Perez Fernandez, Pedro. 
Ferrlzzl, Vincent. 

EXTRAVAGANT MISER. 
Fertik, Fannie. 

NAKED MALE. 
Fessler, Edward I. 

POOR WHITE TRASH. 
Feuchtwanger, Lion. 

WILL HILL BE PARDONED. 
Feuchtwanger, Marta. 

WILL HILL BE PARDONED. 
Feydeau, Georges. 

DAME VOM MAXIM. 
Feydeaus, 6e"o(?<?e& 

BANDE UND DER GENERAL. 
Fielding, Henry. 

TOM JONES. 
Figel-Hartman, D. 

GERTA. 
Flnke, John, Jr. 

WEEP .MO MORE, MY LADY. 
Firarl, Harvey E. 

PHILIP SANDAN. 
Fischer, Clarence, Jr. 

BLUE SKY UP ABOVE ME. 
Flshbein, Philip. 

WORLD'S BIG BED. 
Fisher, Edwin Zaalmon. 

AND CORRUPTION. 
Fitzgerald, Edward. 

SWORD OF HEAVEN. 
Fitzgerald, F. Scott. 

GREAT GATSBY. 
Fitzgerald, Paula podesta. 

SWORD OF HEAVEN. 
Flagg, Ann Kathryn. 

MAKE NO TARRYING. 
Flalano, Ennlo. 

MARZIANO A ROMA. 
Flammer (Harold) Inc. 

CHRISTMAS TROUBADOUR. 
Flaum, Gary . 

KEEP ME COMPANY. 
Fleischman, Maxine. 

GRANNY'S HOUSE. 

NOBODY CARES. 
Fleischman, Mrs. Roy Philip. 

SEE Fleischman, Maxine. 



Fleishman, Esther. 

SAY KID. 
Fleishman, Philip. 

SAY KID. 
Fleming, Brandon. 

MESSAGE. (R) 
Flocks, Lorraine. 

CYRANO D. BERGER. 
Florenc-dietz, pseud. SEE 

Dietz, Florence. 
Flournoy, Richard. 

MANHATTAN MEDLEY. (R) 
Floyd, John. 

WOODEN KIMONO. (R) 
Flynn, Robert L. 

AS I LAY DYING. 
Fondiler, Lester. 

SPIES IN YOUR EYES. 
Foray, Anita, pseud. SEE 

Simmons, Alma A. 
Ford, George D. 

WEE? NO MORE, MY LADY. 
Fornell, Gladys. 

SLEEPING BEAUTY. 
Forsberg, Albert R. 

SOCIAL CLIMBING. 
Forsberg, Rolf, pseud. SEE 

Forsberg, Albert R. 
Forsyth, James. 

DEFIANT ISLAND. 

TROG. 
Fortunato, Ray T. 

BIG ONE. 
Foster, Gladys S. 

COLD COMFORT. 
Foster, Stephen. 

WEEP NO MORE, MY LADY. 
Fowler, Horace, pseud. SEE 

Maxtone-Graham, John Kurtz. 
Fowlle, Wallace. 

FOUR MODERN FRENCH COMEDIES. 
Fox, Joseph William. 

UPWARD STRIDE. 
Frakes, Jack. SEE Frakes, 

John Dean, Jr. 
Frakes, John Dean Jr. 

HOUSEKEEPER. 

SPOOFYDOOFS' FUNNYBONE. 
Francesca, pseud. SEE 

Carbone, L. Francesca. 
Franklin, Clay, pseud. SEE 

Hensinger, Clayton F. 
Franklin, Eloise Anne. 

MAN WHO DISARMED THE ATOM. 
Franklin, Rose-Davida. 

SIGN OF THE PISCES. 
Franks, J. A. 0. 

MONEY IN THE AIR. (R) 
Franks, Thetta Quay. 

MONEY IN THE AIR. 
Fraser, Ann. 

DAY IN IRELAND. 
Fraser, Mrs. Richard. SEE 

Fraser, Ann. 
Frede, Richard. 

ENTRY E. 
Fredericks, Claude. 

ON CIRCE'S ISLAND. 
Freeman, Alfred G. 

YOST BROTHERS AND THEIR 
NINE LIVES. 
French, Robert M. , Jr. 

BEFORE BREAKFAST. 
French (Samuel) Inc. 

BETSY'S FIRST REPORT CARD. 

BETTY'S BUNGALOW. (R) 

CIRCUS IN THE WIND. 

CLOWN PRINCE OF WANDERLUST. 

ECHO OF WINGS. 

FANNY, THE FRIVOLOUS 
FLAPPER. 

FOUR BELLS MEANS GLORY. 

GAY CO-EDS. (R) 

GRANNY'S LITTLE CHEERY 
ROOM. 

INVISIBLE LINE. 

LUXURY CRUISE. 

MADAME VULTURE. 

MARY'S ANKLE. (R) 

MIND OF A KILLER. 

MYSTERIOUS MRS. UPDIKE. (R) 

OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS. 

OVERPRAISED SEASON. 



PINK PARTY DRESS. 

SIMPLE LITTLE AFFAIR. 

SUMMER FOR THE INDIANS. 
French (Samuel) Ltd. 

COUNT'S MARIE. 

KING'S COMMAND. 

LULLABY. 

TEMPTATION SORDID. 

TROUBLE COMES TO AHMED. 

WAKEFIELD SHEPHERD'S PLAY. 
Frenkel, Herbert M. 

WE KNOW YOU. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY TELE- 
VISION NEWS REEL. 
Frieder, Frances M. 

BODY POLITIC. 
Friedman, Philip Allan. 

MAN ALONE. 
Friedman, Stanley D. 

MAD HATTER'S FAREWELL. 
Friedmann, Oskar. 

SIEGERIN. (R) 
Friendship Press, Inc. 

CIRCLE BEYOND FEAR. 

EMBARK FOR TOMORROW. 

MISS ALICE AND THE CUNNING 
COMANCHE. 

ONE MAN'S MOON. 

REMIND ME TO LIVE. 

WHERE THE WORLD BEGINS. 
Frlgidaire Division, General 

Motors Corp. SEE General 

Motors Corp. Frlgidaire 

Division. 
Frlnk, Charles. 

PARADE AT THE CORNER. 

STRANGERS TO THE LAND. 

VOICES FROM THE ALLEY. 

WINDOW. 
Frith, John Leslie. 

MARTINE. (R) 

UNQUIET SPIRIT. (R) 
Fritzlus, Harry. 

ASHES OF SUMMER. 

SILENT THE HUNTER. 
Frost, Frances. 

NEW ENGLAND NIGHT. (R) 
Ftissl, Karlheinz. SEE 

Kayser, Albin, pseud. 
Fuller, Alicia T. 

WEDDING GOWN. 
Fuller, Ruth, pseud. SEE 

Sergei, Ruth F. 
Fulton, Tom. 

DAY IN IRELAND. 
Funck-Hellet, Madeleine. 

CHAT QUITTE. 
Fury, William. 

HANGING. 

MANN ON TRIAL. 



Gadette, Frederic. 

EYE OF THE NEEDLE. 
Gadette Productions, Inc. 

EYE OF THE NEEDLE. 
Gaer, Gay. SEE Luce, Gay 

Gaer . 
Gaer, Paul. 

RUMBLE. 
Gaines, Ruben. 

ADAM'S HARVEST. 
Galbreath Pictures, Inc. 

APPEARANCE OF EVIL. 
Galbreath Pictures Productions, 
Inc . 

SECOND BEST. 
Gallagher, Alan John. 

FROM OUT OF THE EARTH. 
Gallagher, Francis. 

MY LEAVES ARE GREEN. 
Gammons, Jay Lakota, pseud. 

SEE Gammons, Joan L. 
Gammons, Joan L. 

MAVERICK. 

SCHISM. 
Garcia Lorca, Federico. 

LOVE OF DON PERLIMPLIN WITH 
BELISA IN HIS GARDEN. 

SHOEMAKER'S PRODIGIOUS 
WIFE. 






NAME INDEX 



in 



SEE 
DOWN : 

£RA. 
JND HEUTE. 

: 

F ITE . 
OWC- (R) 



SEV": : BE 

VIEW AMD REVUE. 
Oenerai Motors Corp. 
Prlgldalre Division. 

pivot line of 19m pood 
;omport. 
. reprioerators . 

Gene: Corp. Olds- 

Dept. 

RED HOT SERVICE. 
Oenov=. r N. 

SUPREME SACRIFICE . 
George, Ben, pseud. SEE 

Wehner, George. 
Oeorge, Charles. 

BERTKA, THE BARTENDER'S 
BEAUTIPUL BABY. 

EVERYBODY'S SECRET. 
ma, THE PRIVOLOUS 
FLAPPER. 

PINAL PERFORMANCE. 
Georgl 

BOAT DAY. 
Gerber, Jules I. 

CLEO, THE CALICO ! 

MAKE THEM BE QUIET. 
Gertzman, Zane H. 

LOVED ONE. 
Ghelderode, Michel de. 

SEVEN PLAYS. 
Gheon, Henri, pseud. SEE 

Vaugeon, Henri. 
Glasson, Paul. 

IP A STAR PALLS. 
Globs, Margaret. 

INHERITANCE. 
Gibson, William. 

TWO FOR THE SEESAW. 
Gidney, James Brock. 

DONOGOO. 

: .-t, Earl Jay. 

PRINCE AND THE ROSE. 
Gilbert, Paul, pseud. SEE 

Magee, Gilbert R. 
Gilbert, Robert. 

HERR KAYSER UND DIE 
NACHTIGALL. 
Gilbert, Ruth. 

IS BREAD ENOUGH. 
Gllchrl3t, Virginia. SEE 

Deckelman, Virginia Gil- 
i 1st. 
Gill, Clarence B., Jr. 

THESE ARE THE TIMES. 



- 

VERB. 

BETTER SORT. 

P.IEL BORKMAN. 
SEE 
ppe. 

GLORY IN THE HIGHEST. 

N A HEART. 

9. 
- REN OP DE.' 
. 

SPORTS PROGRAM. 

KBT. 

• MARKET. 

SEE 

.cr. 
Gode, Alexander. 
NT. 
. , John P. SEE 

Goebel, Gordon A. 
MARRIAGE AFFAIR. 

PRSULEIN 3 

TRAUMSPIEL. 
Goehe , 

UNDERTOW. 
Goene, Mrs. Richard. SEE 

Goehe, Pat. 

j,, Arno A. 

IT CAN HAPPEN. 
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 

EGMONT. 
Golan, Menahem. 

-PUTLAND. 
Golan, Menny . SEE Golan, 

Menahem. 
Qoldbaum, Peter. 

RENDEZVOUS WITH LITE. 
Goldberg, Boris. 

LIPE'S SHADOWS. 
Goldberg, Jane L. 

GOBY. 

GOBY JOINS THE CIRCUS. 

MONEY ISN'T EVERYT]' . 

NOT SO BAD. 

SCOOT IE. 

SCRIBBIT MIPPLE. 

SOUEEMIE. 

SWIFT ARROW'S ADVENTURE. 

TALL TALE. 

TRAIL TO NOWHERE. 

WIN OR LOSE. 
Golden, Harry. 

ONLY IN AMERI 
Golden, John. 

DIVINE DRUDGE. (R) 
Golden, Joseph. 

BODY CAME TO TEA. 

REBELLION OP RUBY REDROCK. 

RIVER DEEP. 

SMALL CASE OP FRIENDSHIP. 
Goldln, Sidney. 

TAHKEE, TEXAS. 
Goldman, Harold. 

CO-RESPONDENT UNKNOWN. (R) 
Goldman, Jerome Marvin. 

STAR FOR AARON. 
Goldman, Paul. 

MERMAID AVENUE IS THE 
WORIX. 
Goldsmith, Leo Jean. 

BIDDIES. 
Goldstein, Stanley B. 

REVUE MATERIAL. 
Goldwater, France. 

BUTTON TREE. (R) 



• sr) Ltd. 
'•'OUS PLAYS R) 

. Jr. 
3ABA AND THE FORTY 
THIEVES. (R) 
Goodman, Arl 
RAPTURE. 

Irlch, Arthur. 
TRAGODIE IN AREZZO. (R) 
Good: . es. SEE 

; ->odrlch. 
Goodwyn, Louise. 

JAYBIRD'S DREAM. (R) 
Gordon, Adele. SEE E 

. Adele Gordon. 
is Romer. 
: '■' CROW DIED LAST NIGHT. 

GUIDANCE ANGEL. 

TOWARD CLEANER MINDS. 

Lne. 

TORY OF WAL- 
TER SMITH, HI? FAMILY AND 
HIS INC 

DOWN TO EARTH. 

TREASURE. 

TO EARTH. 

HIDEAWAY TREASURE. 

n Prances. 
DOWN EAST. 
Gottlieb, Theodore. 

FOUR-LEGOEDISM. 
Gould, Jay Re Id. 

LONG SILENCE. 

. Constance, pseud. 

GIFT WRA. 

, Edward Riley. 

HEY, DOC. 
G ran lchs tad ten- Lund, 
Rosalie. 

CASIMIRS HIMMELFAHRT. (R) 
Grant, Nell. 

ON DARTMOOR. (R) 
Grass, GOnter. 

STOPPRESTE. 
Gray, Barbara. 

AESOP AND HIS FABLES. 
Gray, Karyle, paeud. SEE 

Squadrlto, Geraldlne 
la. 
Grayson, Gloria. 

EAST WALL, WEST WALL. 
Orayson, Philip. 

EAST WALL, WEST WALL. 
Oreat Southwest Life Insur- 
ance Co. 

KEY TO SECURITY. 
Oreban, Arnoul. 

MYSTERIUM VON DER OEBURTH 
DES HERRH. 
Orebanler, Bernard. 

HEART OF HAMLET. 
Green, Albert. 

LAND OP THE FREE. 
Green, David E. 

ABDUCTION FROM THE SERAG- 
LIO. 
Green, John C. 

NIGHT WITH THE PRESIDENT. 
Green, M. S. 

NEW CYCLE OF PROFIT. 
Greenbaum, R. H. 

POUR MODERN FRENCH COMEDIES. 
Greenberg, Barbara. 

SAY KID. 
Greene, Lawrence, pseud. SEE 

Greenfield, L. D. 
Greenfield, L. D. 

CENTRAL PARK. 
Greenleaf, Margery F. 

JANE EYRE. 
Greenwood, Duncan. 

7? IKE HAPPY. 
Greenwood, Walter. 

CLUBS ARE TRUMPS. 
Grefe, William, III. 

DREAMER'S PARADISE. 
Gregg, H. Procter-. SEE 

Procter-Gregg, H. 



Gregory, Lady. 
DRAGON . 

KREIDEKREIS. (R) 

Koma Eshbach. 

ALADDIN'S GHOST. 
GENIUS, JR. 
MISS ROBIN CRUSOE. 
WASHINGTON NEVER SLEPT 
HERE. 
Grey, Gabrielle. 

SOME QUEEN. (R) 
. 

AHNFRAU. 

GOLDENE VLIESS. 

SAPPHO. 
Grimm . 

MKRCHEN VOM KLEINEN 
DKUMLING. 

MAGIC FOUNTAIN. 

POOR PRINCESS ANNABELLE. 
. Wllhelm 1. 

MKRCHEN VOM KLEINEN 
DSUMLING . 

MAOIC FOUNTAIN. 

POOR PRINCESS ANNABELLE. 
Grlssmer, John M. 

HOLLYWOOD BIOGh 

JACK'S PATE IN ' ' 
Grlswold, H. Lor 

DILLAR, A DOLLAR. 
Grlswold, Lorle. SEE 

Grlswold, H. Loral 
Groag, Ed.< 

REWARD FOR JERRY. 
Gross, Harvey V 

WASHING IS MY DISH. 
Gross, Laurence. 

WHISTLING IN THE DARK. (R) 
Gross, Stuart M. 

TREES DIE STANDING. 
Grossman, Shirley. 

MATTER OF DEGREE. 
Grottola, Oresto P. 

ARTISTIC SCOUNDREL. 
Grove Press, Inc. 

KRAPP'S LAST TAPE AND 
OTHER DRAMATIC PIECES. 
Gruber, Mme 0. SEE Oruber, 

Oeorge Bern3teln. 
Oruber, Oeorge Bernstein. 

BONHEUR. (R) 
GrOnberg, Alexander. 

AHNFRAU. 

GOLDENE VLIESS. 

SAPPHO. 
Griinwald, Alfred. 

DICHTERLIEBE. (R) 

LACHENDE EHEMANN. (R) 

ROSE VON STAMBUL. (R) 
Ouedlklan, Puzant. 

MADEMOISELLE MY MOTHER. 
Ouerln, Daniel. 

SORTIE DE SECOURS. 

TROMPE LA MORT. 
Guiles, Fred Lawrence. 

LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER. 
Guineas, Gloria Rublo. SEE 

Guinness, Gloria Rublo. 
Guinness, Gloria Rublo. 

FUTURE WITHOUT TEARS. 
Guiterman, Arthur. 

SCHOOL FOR HUSBANDS. (R) 
Guiterman, Vlda Llndo. 

SCHOOL FOR HUSBANDS. (R) 
Guitry, Lana Marconi. 

CHATEAUX EN ESPAGNE. (R) 
Guitry, Sacha. 

CHATEAUX EN ESPAGNE. (R) 
Gultton, Jean. 

ASSASSINS DU BORD DE MER. 
Gulf Guaranty Land & Title 
Co. 

YOUR NEW WORLD FOR A 
BETTER TOMORROW. 
Gurian, Jay ?. 

GREAT LAND. 
Gyldendalske Boghandel, 
Nordlsk Forlag, A.S. 

KORTE DAG ER LANG NOK. 



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July-Dec. 



H 



Hackady, Hal. 

SATURDAY PROM. 
Hacker, Leonard. 

WE KNOW YOU. 
Hackett, Albert. 

UP POPS THE DEVIL. (R) 
Hackett, Frances Goodrich. 

UP POPS THE DEVIL. (R) 
Hadas, Moses. 

TEN PLAYS. 
Hafner, Robert John. 

ONE SPLIT SECOND. 
Hagan, James. 

TOMBOY. (R) 
Hagan, Sadie K. 

TOMBOY. (R) 
Hageman, Richard. 

TRAOODIE IN AREZZO. (R) 
Haig & Patterson, Inc. 

RED HOT SERVICE. 

RIGHT, RIGHT ON TIME. 
Hailey, Arthur. 

NO DEADLY MEDICINE. 
Haines, William Wlster. 

COAST TO COAST. 
Hale, Allean Lemmon. 

REMIND ME TO LIVE. 
Halevy, Ludovic. 

HELEN OF TROY. 
Hall, Clifford V. 

DANGEROUS DOLL. 

TRY WISHING. 
Hall, Harry J. 

GIRL IN THE DRYER. 
Hall, J. Lincoln. 

AUNT JANE'S CHRISTMAS. (R) 

GARDEN GUEST. (R) 

IMMORTAL KING. (R) 
Halle, Cliff, pseud. SEE 

Hall, Clifford V. 
Hallenbeck, Gertrude. 

DANCING ON MY TOES. 
Halliday, Frederick. 

GROUNDHOG DAY. 
Halsey, Alice. 

JONES, WITH A HYPHEN. (R) 
Halter, E. SEE Halter- 

Zalud, E. 
Halter-Zalud, E. 

CARIBOO CAPERS. 

CARIBOO SPRINGTIME. 
Ham, Annette Mason. 

ANGELS IN THE GARDEN. (R) 
Hamby, Raymond Irvln. 

FLAME OF FREEDOM. 

MISS ANGEL'S WEDDING RING. 

RED LETTER DAY. 
Hamilton, Eddie. 

BETTER GOLF THRU APPLIED 
RELAXATION. 
Hamilton, Edward Vandon, Jr. 

BUTTON . 
Hamilton, Wallace. 

PYRACANTHA . 
Hamlin, Mary P. 

BURNT OFFERING. (R) 
Hammer, Henry . 

AT MADAME DELGAY'S. (R) 
Hammerstein, Oscar, II. 

SOUND OF MUSIC. 
Hammond, Robert M. 

BON VOYAGE. 
Handy (Jam) Organization, 
Inc . 

HERE'S LOOKING AT ME. 
Hannett, Frances. 

HAUNTING LYRIC. 
Hansen, Edgar J. 

FLOWER OF VENEZIA. (R) 
Hanson, Howard. 

MERRY MOUNT. (R) 
Hanson, Philip. 

REBELS. 
Harbach, Otto. 

GOWNS BY ROBERTA. (R) 
Hardesty, Jay Kelly, pseud. 

SEE Gammons, Joan L. 
Harmath, Imre. 
KEK LAMPAS. (R) 



Harnick, Sheldon. 

FIORELLO . 
Harrell, Doug. SEE Harrell, 

J. D. 
Harrell, J. D. 

FIRST YEAR. 

SECOND YEAR. 
Harrell, Jack L. 

OPENING OF THE FAIRBANKS- 
HILTON. 
Harris, Aurand . SEE Harris, 

James Aurand . 
Harris, James Aurand. 

CIRCUS IN THE WIND. 

FLYING PRINCE. 
Harris, Mildred. 

CO-RESPONDENT UNKNOWN. (R) 
Harrison, Elbert. 

ASTRONOMICAL BODIES. 
Harrison, Richard C. 

SUBCOMMITTEE REVUE OF 19&0. 
Hart, Charles. 

COLD MOLASSES. 
Hart, Howard. 

PIECE OF NOON. 
Hart, Moss. 

AS THOUSANDS CHEER. (R) 

FAMOUS PLAYS OF 1932. (R) 

ONCE IN A LIFETIME. (R) 
Hartman, D. Figel-. SEE 

Flgel- Hartman, D. 
Harvey, Adah MacFarland. 

HOTTENTOT SONG. 
Harvey, Joan M. 

MASK OF TRUTH. 

WATER'S OF DORIA. 
Harwell, George. 

WHAT A KILLING. 
Hasek, Jaroslav. 

GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK. 
Hatch, Marilyn Ayers. 

FIND ME A TEAR. 
Hatfield, Edmund. 

PHAEDRA . 
Hauck, Sigfrld. 

PACT. 
Haugaard, Erik. 

HONEST MAN. 
Hauger, George. 

SEVEN PLAYS. 
Haussamen, Crane. 

AMBUSH. 
Hawkes & Son (London), Ltd. 

DIDO AND AENEAS. 

MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
Hayden, William. 

CAT PRINCESS. 
Haydn, Joseph. 

WELT AUF DEM MONDE. (R) 
Hayes, Joseph. 

MIDNIGHT SUN. 
Hayes, Lynne. 

3 ON A HEART. 
Hayes Productions, Inc. 

MIDNIGHT SUN. 
Hayes School Pub. Co. 

HAYES WHAT TO DO FOR 
PRIMARY PLAYS. 
Hays, Jack. 

KNIGHT IN SHINING ARMOR. 
Hazard, Lawrence. 

MANHATTAN MEDLEY. (R) 

RENARDS. (R) 
Hazard, Violet B. 

MANHATTAN MEDLEY. (R) 

RENARDS. (R) 
Heald, Anne Azgapetian. 

RAVENDUZ . 
Hearn, John Hiram. 

SHADOW EMPRESS. 
Heath (D. C. ) & Co. 

CONTES DRAMATIQUES. 
Hebert, Fred. 

WHAT A KILLING. 
Heidt, Leslie. 

CONSTANT, THE ARMARANTH. 

TIME TO MOURN. 
Held, L. 

VOGELHKNDLER. 
Hellet, pseud. SEE Funck- 

Hellet, Madeleine. 



Hellet, Madeleine Funck. 
SEE Funck-Hellet, Madel- 
eine . 

Hellin, Frederick Philip. 

geschKft. 

Hellman, Lillian. 

TOYS IN THE ATTIC. 
Helwig, Paul. 

FLITTERWOCHEN . 
Henderson, H. Dan. 

ODD ANIMALS ON NOAH'S ARK. 
Henderson, John. 

LOCK, STOCK AND LIPSTICK. 
Henderson, Nancy Wallace. 

FAIR BLUFF, 
Hendrick, Hadley Francis. 

BEATS RETREAT. 
Henry, Bruce. 

APPEARANCE OF EVIL. 

NICE LITTLE TOWN. 
Henry, 0., pseud. SEE 

Porter William Sydney. 
Henry, Richard. 

ON MY HITCHIN' DAY. 
Henschke, Alfred. 

KREIDEKREIS. (R) 
Hensinger, Clayton F. 

LOVE MATCH. 
Hepburn, Mildred Smith. 

WIGWAM ON THE ROCKS. 
Herbert, Betty. 

SHE WORE CAMELLIAS. 
Herbert, Jean. 

HOLLYWOOD BE THY NAME. (R) 
Heriat, Philippe. 

JOIES DE LA FAMILLE. 
Herman, George. 

ECHO OF WINGS. 

SIMPLE LITTLE AFFAIR. 
Herman, Jerry. 

SHALOM. 
Hernandez, Peter. 

BROADWAY. 
Hervilllez, Gabriel d'. 

ARGENT DE SUITE. (R) 
Hessen, Ludwig von. SEE 

Ludwig, Landgrave of Hesse. 
Hewson, Isabel Manning. SEE 

Klrkland, Isabel Manning 

Hewson. 
Hickman, James. 

WITCH CURSE. 
Hlddlng, Helen. 

BOTKINS MAN. 
Hill, Eubanks C. 

SAILOR WITH THE GOLDEN 
BELLS . 
Hill, Lucienne. 

BECKET. 
Hill, Steven, pseud. SEE 

Krakovsky, Saul. 
Hill & Wang, Inc. 

SEVEN PLAYS. 
Hillary, Sydney M. 

NELLIE DOWN THE WELL. 

YOUNG HIAWATHA. 
Hills E C 

CONTES DRAMATIQUES. 
Hlndman, Josephine L. 

WILL AMERICANS SURRENDER 
TO METROPOLITAN GOVERN- 
MENT. 
Hirsch, J. Albert. 

WRITING GOODS LINE. 
Hirschbein, Dennis. 

TERPSICHORE. 
Hirson, Stanley Bencion. 

IMAGINARY INVALID. 
Hoag, William Francis. 

KIT. 
Hoare, John H. 

RED PLANET. (R) 
Hobin, Ronald. 

TIME OUT OF MIND. 
Hochtritt, Walter. 

MJ5RCHEN VOM KLEINEN D5?UM- 
LING. 
Hodglns, Eric. 

MR. BLANDINGS BUILDS HIS 
DREAM HOUSE. 



Hoeflich, Robert Nelson. 

THREE OF A KIND WITH A 
JOKER. 
Hoeftman, Charles W. 

FATHER JEROME. 
Hoffman, Bill, pseud. SEE 

Hoffman, Elwood. 
Hoffman, Donald. 

BEELZEBUB. 
Hoffman, Elwood. 

HELEN OF TROY. 
Hoffman, George. 

MONEY ISN'T EVERYTHING. 
Hoffman, Richard Lee. 

HUNTERS . 
Hoffman, Rose. 

DADDY PLAY WITH ME. 

GOOD FRIEND. 
Hogan, Harold Joseph. 

LITTLE MAN WITH A BIG 
STICK. 
Hoile, Edward V. 

GARDENER'S COTTAGE. 
Hoile, Helen. 

GARDENER'S COTTAGE. 
Holcomb, H. Lawrence. 

BAPU. 
Holcombe, Ray E. 

WONDER DRUG. 
Holland, Florence E. 

I WAS GLAD WHEN THEY SAID, 
LET US GO INTO THE HOUSE 
OF THE LORD. 
Hoist, Imogen. 

DIDO AND AENEAS. 

MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
Hond, Stephen de. 

ARGENT DE SUITE. (R) 
Honigman, Saul. 

PIP. 
Hooke, Nina Warner. 

DEAR MADAM. 
Hoon, Carl E. SEE Matoon. 
Hope, Faith, pseud. SEE 

Wright, Fannie. 
Hopkins, Edwin A. 

ABDUCTION FROM THE 
SERAGLIO. 
Hopkins, Gerard. 

SEVEN PLAYS. 
Horton, Frances Jacquallne. 

SANTA AND THE MAGIC REINS. 
Houlihan, Tom, Jr. 

REQUIEM FOR A BUTTERFLY. 
Hour of St. Francis, Los , 
Angeles. 

HOUR OF ST. FRANCIS. 
Howard, F. Morton. 

TO BE DESTROYED UNOPEN- 
ED. (R) 
Howard, James Starkey. 

FLY SPRAY. 
Howard, Sidney. 

YELLOW JACK. (R) 
Howard, Vernon. 

SHORT PLAYS FROM THE GREAT 
CLASSICS. 
Huber (J. M. ) Corp. 

EFFECT OF MIXING INTENSITY 
ON THE DISPERSION OF COAT- 
ING PIGMENTS IN WATER. 
Huddleston, Floyd H. 

FRENCH QUARTER. 
Huet, Florence. 

MONOLOGUES FOR WOMEN. (R) 
Hughes, Avah. 

ENTRANCES AND EXITS. 
Hughes, Felix. 

HOW WONDERFUL. (R) 
Hughes, Harold Fred. 

ONE DOLLAR TICKETS. 
Hughes, James P. 

TALES OF THE FROGMEN. 
Hughes, Leta Rogers. 

YUNWIYA (PRINCIPAL PEOPLE). 
Hughes, Rupert. 

HOW WONDERFUL. (R) 
Hughes, Mrs. T. R. SEE 

Hughes, Leta Rogers. 
Hulette, Gladys. 

SENIOR STAR. 
Hunklns, Eusebia Simpson. 

YOUNG LINCOLN. 






NAME INDEX 



113 



. Imus-. 

: 



:ys. 

(R) 

lUTH. 

NOW YOUR SC 

Rynson, Mrs. F. «. SEE 
j S. 

5. 

■MED. 



UNION AND OF THE Z: 
COUNTY 3 -'-. Z E7TE . 

han . 
HEDDA OA-*"R 

' THE SEA. 

BAD AWAKEN. 

BRIDE OP TOROZKA. (R) 

ductlons. Inc. 
ADVENTURES OP MARY MOON- 

Inge, .- 

DARK AT THE TO? OF THE 
STAIRS. 
International Minerals & 
Chemical Corp. 
MAGNESIUM: MAJOR PLANT 
POOD. 
Ionesco, Eugene. 

PLAYS. 
Iron Foxhole, Inc. 

SUICIDE CLUB. 
Irvln, Jay, pseud. SEE 
Gerber, Jules I. 

.-, Washington. 
SLEEPY HOLLOW. 
Ish-Kishor, Judith. SEE 

Lapldes, Judith Ish-Kishor. 
Ives, Helen. 



Jackson Hole Players, Inc. 

DRUNKARD'S DREAM. 
Jacob, Ruth Apprlch. 

MESSAGE. 

TREE. 
Jacobsen, Larry. 

NOAH'S ARK. 
Jaffe, James. 

DEADLY GAME. 
Jaraerson, Charlie. 

I LKING STONES. 
James, Dorothy Susan. 

THEATER OF THE HEART'S 
DESIRE. 



SEE 

! 

Jean- I :-ude. 

JOHNNY GET YOUR TOOLS. 

■ (R) 

EE 

E7ERANS OP 
. SALVO SE?: 
Jenkins, St 

Jen: p. 

CRY IN T 
Jennings, a N. 

pet P. 

. 
'.'CTANT PO: 

EARLY AKEr 
John. 

THROUGH THE BACK DOOR. 
Johns-- 

RUSSIAN S 
John; 

■:rsen. 

RED PLANET. (R) 
, Donna . 
ON END. 
J one.;, 

R) 
Jone.' . 

GOLD PLATED GLOVES. 

:y Hudson. 
WEAR NO BANDANNA. 
Jones, 

BEST YEAR. 
PANTASTICKS. 

i'ORK SCRAPBOOK. 
ROADSIDE. 

■s H. 
BELIEP IN GOD. 
Jorgensen, Roy L. 

GOLDEN JAGUAR. 
Jorrl- . - Mallet. 
SEE Mallet-Jorrls, 
Prancolse. 
Josephson, Leonard. 

NELLIE DOWN THE WELL. 
Josseau, Fernando. SEE 

Josseau Eterovlc, Fernando. 
Josseau Eterovlc, Fernando. 

PRESTAMISTA. 
Joudry (Patricia) Ltd. 
SONG OF LOUISE IN THE 
MORNING . 
Juwen, Maurice. 

ADOLF HITLER ET SES ACO- 
LYTES. 



Kael, Pauline. 

CORRESPONDENCE . 

ORPHEUS IN SAUSALITO. 
Kaempfer, David P. 

WEATHERMAN'S PICNIC. 
Kaempfer, Yvonne. 

WEATHERMAN'S PICNIC. 
Kahananul, Dorothy M. 

MUSIC OF ANCIENT HAWAII. 
Kaiser, Georg. 

SILBERSEE. (R) 
Kalb, Voorhls & Co. 

CASE OF THE COSTLY TASSEL. 

GOLD WATCH. 

LADY FROM OVERLOOK HILL. 

MR. TINGLE'S IMMOVABLE 
INCOME . 

people and profits. 

so:-3Th:;;o extra. 



GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK. 
-i J. 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS OF THE 
SECOND (HUSH-HUSH) BURIAL 
OP GEORGE WASHINGTON AND 
HIS GRAVEDIGGERS SUP- 
PRESSED CONFESSION. 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS OF THE 
SECOND (HUSH-HUSH) BURIAL 
OF GEOROE WASHINGTON AND 
HIS GRAVEDIGGERS SUP- 
PRESSED CONFESSION. 
Kallman, Chester. 

RISE AND FALL OF MAHAGONNY. 

-. Charles. 
RENDEZVOUS WITH LIFE. 

:■, Bert. 
CRACKED ICE. (R) 

:s-Huppertz, Charlotte. 
SEE . .itte 

. 
I PROMISE TO DIE. 
PLEASE OPEN MY EYES. 
TREE WITHOUT ROOTS. 

:-slty. Press. 
VIE MONSEIGNEUR SAINT 
■RE. 

. Buddy, pseud. SEE 
.an, Seymour. 
Kaplan, Seymour. 

HANCE REVUE. 

SIZILIANISCHE VESPER. 

SIZILIANISCHE VESPER. (R) 

TRAGODIE IN AREZZO. (R) 
. George E . 

CUMULIPORM. 
I 

MISTER WU. (R) 
., Alex. 

SOMETHINQ WILD IN THE CITY. 
dore B. 

NATURE OF LANOUAGE AND 
HOW IT IS LEARNED. 

ORGANIZATION OF LANGUAOE. 

SOUNDS OF LANOUAGE. 
. David. 

GOOD SHOW. 

WHO HARRY, WHAT. 

YOUR TAX IS SHOWING. 
Katter, Reuben Luther. 

HISTORY OF CREATION, AND 
ORIGIN OF THE SPECIES. 
Katz, David. 

TAHKEE, TEXAS. 
Katz, Sally. 

TAHKEE, TEXAS. 
Kaufman, Esther. 

WORM IN HORSERADISH. 
Kaufman, George S. 

FAMOUS PLAYS OP 1932. (R) 

LET 'EM EAT CAKE. (R) 

ONCE IN A LIFETIME. (R) 

SNAKE IN THE GRASS. (R) 
Kay, Gilbert L. 

FAME. 
Kaye, Benjamin M. 

CURTAIN RISES. (R) 
Kaye, Lincoln. 

TRAVELS OF A PENNY. 
Kaye, Stanton. 

RETURN OF MASTER CHRIS. 
Kayser, Albin, pseud. 

MYSTERIUM VON DER GEBURTH 
DES HERRN. 
Kean, Charles D. 

CODE. 
Keegan, Howard Thomas. 

YOU DECIDE. 
Kelley, Timothy Joseph. 

ISLAND WAY. 
Kelly, Michael Francis. 

SHEPHERD OP THE HILLS. 
Kelly, Tim J., pseud. SEE 

Kelley, Timothy Joseph. 
Kelly, William Martin Kerry. 

GRANDPA TWO MEDICINE. 
Kelman, Kenneth E. 

JUDAS. 



WHAT IS LOVE MADE OF. 
Kennard, Chari< ■. 

YOUR LICENSE TO WIN. 
Kennedy, Shirley F. 

LOVE TALES TOLD BY A CLOWN. 

PRIMA DONNA. (R) 

ANYWHERE WITH YOU. 
Kern, Jerome. 

GOWNS BY ROBERTA. (R) 
Ken . 

NIGHT AFTER HIS BIRTH. 
Kerr, John. 

MARY, MARY. 
Kerr, Sophie. SEE Underwood, 
Sophie Kerr. 

Hazel S. 
BIO TIME SPENDER. 
Kerr' . ,, 11 lam Edward. 
EDUCATION'S CRUCIAL IMPORT- 
ANCE TODAY. 
'. , George . 
FORT DU FOU. 
Kessell, Edward S. 

GOLDEN MASK. 
Kester, Paul. 
TOM SAWYER. (R) 

i Nelson. 
KITTEN WHO SAVED CHRISTMAS. 
Khourchld, Ludmilla. 

VEROCHKA . 
Klefer, Betty Lou. 

YOU REAP. 
Klght, H. Carl. 

READINO AND SPELLING WITH 
PHONICS. 
Kllbourn, Jonathan. 

MARBLE FAUN. 
Kilbride, Percy. 

FROM AN ACTOR'S NOTEBOOK. 
Kllham, Pel 

TUG GASPEE. 
Klllens, John Oliver. 

LOWER THAN THE ANGELS. 
Kilty, Jerome. 

DEAR LIAR. 
Klncheloe, Clarence Lee. 

ABIOAIL. 
King, Edward. 

HEY, DOC. 
King, Laura Louise Phillips. 

DRONE. (R) 
Klngsley, Sidney S. 
MEN IN WHITE. (R) 
Kipling, Rudyard. 

PLEASURE CRUISE (WITH 
APOLOGIES TO LUCIAN) (R) 
Klrkland, Isabel Manning 
Hewson. 
LAND OF THE LOST. (R) 
Klrkpatrick, John. 
MIND OF A KILLER. 
SUMMER FOR THE INDIANS. 
Kirland, Joseph. 

DAYS 0' LANG SYNE. 
Klshor, Judith Ish-. SEE 

Lapldes, Judith Ish-Kishor. 
Klttell, Charles William. 

FACE OF EVIL. 
Klabund, pseud. SEE 

Henschke, Alfred. 
Klein, Carol Lois. 

IT'S SO NICE TO BE A FISH. 
WITCHES ARE FOR WEARING. 
WONDERFUL WHEEL. 
Kleiner, Harry. 

TOUCH OF THE VULTURE. 
Kllkos, Miro Tony. 

BE NICE TO ME. (R) 
Kline, Norman E. 
PASS THE NUTS. 
Klotz, Alton B. 

MOURNING BAND. 
Klotz, Sylvia. 

MOURNING BAND. 
Knobel, Philip Herman. 

MANDARIN RED. 
Knott, Frederick. 

KING OF THE CASTLE. 
Knowles, Felicia Hutter. 
DO YOU KNOW YOUR SOCIAL 
SECURITY. 



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Knudsen, Paul. 

GONDOLIERE DES DOGEN. (R) 
Kober, Arthur. 

ANOTHER TASTE OP FAILURE. 

MIGHTY MAN IS HE. 
Koczy-Jenbach, Lydia. 

SIEGERIN. (R) 
Koert, Catherine. 

HANSEL AND GRETLE. 
Kohlmann, Clarence. 

PROMISED LIGHT. (R) 
Koller, Marlon M. 

TAPES THAT TEACH. 
. Jean B. 

POOR PRINCESS ANNABELLE. 
Kopit, Arthur L. 

OH DAD, POOR DAD, MAMMA'S 
HUNG YOU IN THE CLOSET AND 
I'M FEELIN' SO SAD. 
Kovener, Lola. 

CHRISTMAS IS A GIFT. 

LUCKIEST GIRL IN THE WORLD. 

ONCE UPON A SATURDAY. 

SUNDAY DATE. 
Kowal, Virginia Rodgers. 

M0ONFL0WER. 
Krakovsky, Saul. 

GOOD LIFE. 
Krause, Herbert. 

CRAZY HORSE. 
Krleg, Mellta. 

BUTTON TREE. (R) 
Kroll, Abraham. 

SEX STRIKES BACK. 
Kroll, Herman. 

MORGAN. 
Kronenberger, Louis. 

ARMS AND THE MAN. 

BEST PLAYS OF 1959-1960. 
Kronlck, William. 

BOWL OF CHERRIES. 
Kruczkowskl, Leon. 

PIERWSZY DZIEN WOLNOSCI. 
Kruger, Answald. 

ABENDGESELLSCHAFT . 
Kuhn, Betty L. 

MAGIC FOUNTAIN. 
Kutschuklan, Mira, pseud. 

SEE Vernel, Claude. 



Lacell, Jean, pseud. SEE 

Calabrese, Rose LaMas. 
Lackaye, Wilton. 

VERY EARLY AMERICAN. (R) 
La Croix, Blanche Campbell. 

CHANGING MARBLES. 
Laderman, Fred. 

NEW ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO. 
La Farge, W. E. R. 

BERNARDONE . 
La Mar, Virginia A. 

TWELFTH NIGHT. 
Lampert, Diane. 

SEAN 0' FEY. 
Land, E. A., pseud. SEE 

Landberg, Edward. 
Landberg, Edward. 

ALIEN TIME. 
Landberg, Roslyn Rondelle. 

ALIEN TIME. 
Landis, Martin. 

TATTERED WONDERLAND. 
Langner, Armina Marshall. 

PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS. (R) 
Langner, Lawrence. 

PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS. (R) 

SCHOOL FOR HUSBANDS. (R) 
Lansing Music Corp. 

ABSOLUTELY TIME. 
La Passardlere, Guy J. de. 

MADEMOISELLE FROM ARMEN- 
TIERES. 
Lapides, Judith Ish-Kishor. 

DAVID AND HIS CHILDREN. (R) 
Lappln, Peter. 

GENERAL MICKEY. 
Larsen, Paul. 

E OLA EMMALAN1. 
Lasky, Betty. 

EYE OF THE NEEDLE. 



Latham, John. SEE Bell, 

Gerald, pseud. 
La Torraca, Gerald. SEE La 

Torraca, Gerardo. 
La Torraca, Gerardo. 

APRIL NIGHT. 
Laurents, Arthur. 

CLEARING IN THE WOODS. 
Lawrence, Buzz. 

IS THERE A SANTA CLAUS. 
Lawrence, David Herbert. 

LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER. 

THEY BURNED THE RAINBOW. 
Lawrence, Jerome. 

ONLY IN AMERICA. 
Lawrence, Reginald. 

MR. BLAND INGS BUILDS HIS 
DREAM HOUSE. 
Lawrence & Lee, Inc. 

ONLY IN AMERICA. 
Lazan, Frank, Jr. 

RETURN OF SHUTTERS. 
Leader, Beatrice. 

KING'S COMMAND. 
LeBrecht, Grace. SEE Grace, 

Constance, pseud. 
Leckle, Mary H. 

MOVING DAY. 
Ledbetter, Leslie Menelik. 

I PROMISE YOU JUSTICE. 
Lee, Lamar, Jr. 

INTRODUCTION TO PURCHASING 
AS A MANAGEMENT FUNCTION. 
Lee, Robert E. 

ONLY IN AMERICA. 
Leenhouts, Grant. 

MISSILE. 
Lefort, Louis E. 

LAST REFUGE. 
Lehar, Franz. 

ROSENSTOCK UND EDEL- 
WEISS. (R) 
Lehman, Valeria R. 

HIS CHRISTMAS STAR. (R) 

IMMORTAL KING. (R) 
Lelbacher, Robert. 

SOMETIMES GIFTS ARE PEOPLE. 
Leigh, Rowland. 

PRIMA DONNA. (R) 
Lelghton, Liane. 

LET'S TUMMEL. 
Lembke, Bud. SEE Lembke, 

Daryl E. 
Lembke, Daryl E. 

BOLDFACE TYPE. 
Lendon, Lea. 

BIG TIME SPENDER. 
Leokum, Arkady. 

SOMETHING IN OUR BLOOD. 
Leonard, Lou L. , pseud. SEE 

King, Laura Louise Phillips. 
Leoni, Eva, pseud. SEE 

Herbert, Betty. 
Lert, Richard. 

DIVINE DRUDGE. (R) 
Lesser, R. C. 

SILVER HEROES, NEITHER GOLD 
NOR BRASS. 
LeTissier, Homer. 

ROGUE NYMPH. 
Levenson, Samuel. 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, WORLD 
DISCOVERER. 

WHY DO BABIES CRY. 
Levensteln, Hesper A. 

MARY OF SCOTLAND. (R) 
Levi, Paolo. 

PINEDUS AFFAIR. 
Levin, Baron F. 

SOVEREIGN STATE OF ALBERT. 
Levin, Richard Benjamin. 

PI HOUSE. 
Levlne, Ben. 

WALL TO WALL CAGE. 
Levlne, Bernard. 

SIMON'S DILEMMA. 
Levlne, Susan Miriam. 

OPPOSITION IS DEMANDING. 
LeVlne, Sydney A. 

HOW TO RETIRE BEFORE YOU 
EXPIRE. 
Levitt, Saul. 

ANDERSONVILLE TRIAL. 



Levy, Hal. 

AESOP AND HIS FABLES. 
Levy, Melvln P. 

GOLD EAGLE GUY. (R) 
Lewis, Brooke Waring. 

MYSELF IS ANOTHER. 
Ley, Robert, pseud. SEE 

Lelbacher, Robert. 
Libby, McNeill & Libby . 

GRAND OPENING. 
Liberman, Leo. 

MAD DOG COLL. 
Lleberman, Leo. 

CAPTAINS AND THE KINGS. 
Lief, Max. 

ORDER IN THE COURT. (R) 
Light, Beatrice S. 

LOVE AGREEMENT. 
Lighthlll, Norman, pseud. 

SEE Wilson, Ira B. 
Llllenas Pub. Co. 

GATE OF THE INN. 
Lincoln County (N. M. ) 
Historical Society. 

LAST ESCAPE OF BILLY THE 
KID. 
Linde (Victor van der) Co. 

DOLCIN COMMERCIALS. 
Lindley, Valrose. 

REHEARSAL. 
Lindsay, Howard. 

SOUND OF MUSIC. 
Lineberger, James L., Jr. 

THEY RAN WHEN THEY SAW MY 
HUSBAND EARL. 

WAITING FOR MAMA TO CALL. 
Linn, David. 

NATALIE. 
Llppman, Sidney. 

GOD DIDN'T COOPERATE. 
Llppmann, Zilla. 

DIVINE DRUDGE. (R) 
Lipton, Lew. 

WHAT'S YOUR STORY. 
Liss, Joseph. 

DYBBUK . 

ON THE HARM OF TOBACCO. 
Locke, John. 

SAY YES TO LIFE, YE 
MORTALS. 
Lockerbie, D. Bruce. 

SON OF THE HIGHEST. 
Lodge, Carter. 

DISTAFF SIDE. (R) 
Lodge, David. 

KING'S LETTER. 
Loesser, Frank. 

HOLLYWOOD BE THY NAME. (R) 
Logunow, Natalia. 

ZHIZN' NACHINAETSIA 
SNACHALA. 
Long, Gary Alan. 

ELEMENTARY MY DEAR WATSON. 
Long, Sharalyn Sue. 

ELEMENTARY MY DEAR WATSON. 
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. 

YOUNG HIAWATHA. 
Longhi, Vincent J. 

BIG CHEESE. 
Longstreth, Edward. 

MARK OF ABEL. 
Loos, Robert Willis, Jr. 

MEET THE PROS. 
Lorca, Federico Garcia. SEE 

Garcia Lorca, Federico. 
Lord, Jack. 

BACHELOR OF ART. 
Lorenz Pub. Co. 

HIS CHRISTMAS STAR. (R) 
Lothar, Mark. 

WELT AUF DEM MONDE. (R) 
Lothar, Minda Z., pseud. SEE 

Felshin, Augusta. 
Loupus, Sidney Ted. 

AND THERE WAS ONE DAY. 
Love, Charles Ross. 

RETURN. 
Lovecraft, Howard Phillips. 

WITCH CURSE. 
Lowell, Robert. 

RACINE'S PHAEDRA. 
Lowers, Anthony J. 

CAESAR'S PENNY. 



Luc, Jean Bernard-. SEE 

Bernard-Luc, Jean, pseud. 
Luce, Gay Gaer. 

RUMBLE. 
Lucien, Oscar Frank. 

BLUE RIBBON. 
Ludwlg, Landgrave of Hesse. 

DIDO AND AENEAS. 
Lueder, Florence Wickham. 

TOM SAWYER. (R) 
Luftman, Adele Braelow. 

STERLING GAVEL. 
Luisi, Norma. 

ANGEL. 
Lundquist, Frances M. 

TWELVE ACTIONS OF MAN. 
Lunzer, Fritz. 

SIEGERIN. (R) 
Luzzatto, Livlo. 

JUDITH. (R) 
Lyle, Otis DeWitt. 

IN THE TWINKLING OF AN EYE. 
Lynch, Peg. SEE Ronning, 

Margaret Lynch. 
Lynn, Edward. 

BUTTON TREE. (R) 
Lyons, F. E. G. 

CASE. 



M 



MRC Pub. Co., Inc. 

EVENING WITH MIKE NICHOLS 
AND ELAINE MAY. 
McCabe, Bill. 

SHAVIAN WAY. 
McCabe, Billy Edmond. 

SHY DRAGON. 
McCarley, Mayanne. 

WINDOWS OF HEAVEN. 
McConnell, Marguerite M. 

CLARITY BEGINS AT HOME. 
McDaniel-Fisher & Spelman Co. 

MEET THE PROS. 
McDiarmid, Rae Maltby Verrill. 

WIDOW-MAKER. 
McDonald, Frederick A. 

Thompson. SEE Thompson- 
McDonald, Frederick A. 
MacDougall, Roger. 

GOG ET MAGOG. 
McFadden, Elizabeth. 

TIDINGS OF JOY. (R) 
MacFarland, Adah. SEE 

Harvey, Adah MacFarland. 
MacFeeley, Donald Francis. 

VERONICA. 
McGaw, Gordon. 

MALE VIRGIN. 
McGrath, John Patrick. 

CHILD OF TIME. 
McGrath, Patrick. SEE 

McGrath, John Patrick. 
McGraugh, Harry H. 

EVENING OF MURDER. 

NIGHT IS SHORT. 

OUT WEST. 
McGraw, Eloise Jarvls. 

HUMMINGBIRD. 

STEADY, STEPHANIE. 
McGreevey, John. 

BEN-HUR. 
Macgregor, Elaine. 

AND WOMEN MUST WAIT. 
McGuire, William Anthony. 

FLY AWAY HOME. 
Machen, Edith Margaret. 

UNLOCKING DOORS. 
McHugh, Frances Youlin. 

MAN WITH A DREAM. 
Mack, Joan. 

YESTERDAY, TODAY AND 
TOMORROW . 
McKenzie, Neil. 

GUESTS OF THE NATION. 
MacKenzie, Ronald. 

FAMOUS PLAYS OF 1932. (R) 
McKim, Audrey. 

EMBARK FOR TOMORROW. 
McKlnney, John R. 

WORLD OF LIGHTS. 



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V BLACK- 




:is. 




INENT. 
.-.Iston. 
. (R) 



:he wheel, (r) 

. ! . SEE M I 

Hacrav . 

.RICS PROM 
LIVING POR PLEASURE. 
, Russell ■ 

'."UNTAINS. 
iude. 
BLAISE. 
Mago Jr. 

13 DAUGHTERS. 

ASSEMBLY OF EXISTE' 
OPERATING .UNDER THE TRIUNE 
COGENCY IN ONENESS OP THE 
REDUNDANCY 0? BNEF 
. Denlse. 
CHRISTMAS TROUBADOUR. 
Majeskl, Bill. 

WHERE THE HELL IS PIPI. 

PROFESSIONAL ATTITUDE. 
Kallet-Jorrls, Francolse. 

GOUT DE MIEL. 
Mallowan, Agatha Christie. 

00 BACK POR MURDER. 
Malott, Adele Renee. 

SONO OP AMERICA. 
Maltz, Maxwell. 

SOMEWHERE TO GO. 
Mancu . 

ARTIFICIAL SKIN OR BANDAGE. 
Mandell, Arnold J. 

MULBERRY BUSH. 
Mandell, Jack. 

ONE TWO FIVE STREET. 
Mann, Harry. 

LET'S TUMMEL. 
Mansfield (Onlo) Area Chamber 
of Commerce. 

CLARITY BEGINS AT HOME. 
Mapleton, Alice M. 

OUT-OP-THIS-WORLD. 
Marceau, Fellclen. 

EGG. 
Marchand, Leopold. 

POULE SUR UN MUR. (R) 
Marchette, Gerard Joseph. 

SUMMER PYGMIES. 
Marconi, Lana. SEE Gultry. 

Lana Marconi. 
Mardlklan, Amy. 

LADY OP THE MOON. 
Marlon, Ira. 

ONCE THIS SOFT TURF. 
Mark3, Walter. 

NAN/ . 
Marland, Frederic. 

VILJA AND MR. SMITH. 
Marlowe, Alda May. 

ffilTTEl ::: THE STARS. 



Marlowe, Maysle. SEE 

May. 
Marv » . 

LAST VIRGIN. 
PRINCESS LULU'S PIA1 
JHETTI, OUT OP THIS 
WO? I 

IBM KEY . 

:?ATOR tra:-. RE. 

IBM ••' - 

ING 
~ 'RE. 

,rmlna. SEE Langer, 

GHOV : 

1HAND1U BANDIT. 

PENNY. 

eth Ann. 
PENNY. 

SEE Martens, 
•jeth Ann. 
:.ne . 
WIDOWS, UNLIMITED. 

ELISIR D'AMORE. 

■as. 

ELISIR D'AMORE. 

-. H. 
PEVER TREE. 

. 
EAST TWILIGHT. 

DOWN THESE STREETS. 

PORJA DE LOS SUENOS. 

•-•nlse. Sister. SEE 
. Denlse. 
M 

PLIM PLAM. (IN APARTMENT 
-D). 
:-;ld, Jose, 

DOWN THESE STREETS. 
Masot . : Lester. 

OABRIEL IN THE FIELDS. 
Massey, Ross T. 

INTERVIEW SATIRE. 
Maste: 

WARM PENINSULA. 

WOMAN BUSINESS. 
Mathewson, Joseph H., Jr. 

TOM JONES. 
Ma toon . 

WILLOW-MAN. 
Matranga, Donna Jeann. 

THIS IS MY SACRIPICE. 
Matray, Maria. 

ABENDGESELLSCHAPT . 
Matson, Ethel. SEE Read, 

Ethel Matson. 
Matthews, Douglas. 

SAVE US PROM OUR 
FRIENDS. (R) 

YOU NEVER KNOW YOUR LUCK. 
Mattson, Duane H. SEE 

Ma toon. 
Matzger, Edward. 

EFFECTIVE BREATHING CONTROL 
MANEUVER. 
Maugham, William Somerset. 

SECRET AGENT. (R) 
Maulnler, Thierry, pseud. 

SEE Talagrand, Andre. 
Mavor, Eric Ingram. 

SLEEPING CLERGYMAN. (R) 
Mavor, Osborne Henry. 

SLEEPING CLERGYMAN. (R) 
Mavor, Rona Loch. 

SLEEPING CLERGYMAN. (R) 
Maxltrol Co. 

MEDAL FOR MAX. 
Maxtone-Graham, John Kurtz. 

OPENING NIGHT. 
Maxwell, Eleanor Gartley . 

HAYES WHAT TO DO FOR PRIMARY 
PLAYS. 
May, Elaine. 

EVENING WITH MIKE NICHOLS 
AND ELAINE MAY. 



Mechem, Kli 

SHAME THE DEVIL. 

rnard M. 
REVOLVING DOOR. 

PAIR OF PAJAMAS. (R) 
QUE.V . (R) 

lh, p3eud. SEE 

Rou- 

uls, Jr. 

anyone: anyone, 
players' repertoire. 

inrl. 
HELEN OF TROY. 

EARNEST IS THE WEST, 
•nan Hale. 

HARVEST TIME. 
Melfl, Leonard. 

LATE DRUMMER BOY. 
Mell.-har, Helen T. 

OUR DOG IS A FLOWER. 

PORTRAIT OP A MEADOW. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT COCKATOOS. 
Melville, Hem 

MAN OP LETTERS. 
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Pellx. 

DICHTERLIEBE. (R) 
Mendlowltz, Ira. 
PATRICIA. 

. pseud. SEE 
:ie. 

DESIR. (R) 

.1, Stephen E. 

FATHER PELL DOWN THE WELL. 
Mers.-: 

LADY OP SIDON. 
Methuen k Co. 

CARETAKER. 

polltan Life Insurance 
Co. 

TICKET TO TOMORROW. 
Metzner, 

HEXE VON KORONTA. 
Meyer, Joseph. 

DANCING ON MY TOES. 
Meyer, Michael. 

LADY FROM THE SEA. 
Mlchaelson, Manuel. 

HOUSE IN REVOLT. 
Mlchaelson, Mike, pseud. 

SEE Mlchaelson, Manuel. 
Mlchelson, Lottie. SEE 

Chlge, Lottie Mlchelson. 
Mlddleton, Doris R. Block. 

WHY ANSWERED. 
Mlhura, Miguel Santos. SEE 

Mlhura Santos, Miguel. 
Mlhura Santo3, Miguel. 

MARIBEL Y LA EXTRANA 
PAMILIA. 
Miles, Earl. 

BANKER'S DAUGHTER. 
Millar, Ronald. 

MORE THE MERRIER. 
Mlllen, Florence Muriel. 

ONE APRIL DAY. 
Mlllen, Muriel. SEE Mlllen, 

Florence Muriel. 
Miller, Don. SEE Miller, 

Herbert Donell. 
Miller, Dorothy. 

WHAT PRICE GOODNESS. 
Miller, Flournoy E. 

EVERYBODY SHOUT. 
Miller, Gen. SEE Miller, 

Genevieve A. 
Miller, Harold. 

BEST OF BRIDGE. 
Miller, Herbert Donell. 

TAKE HOME FINAL. 
Miller, Leonard. 

BEST OF BRIDGE. 
Miller, Marlon Lipscomb. 

LOVE OF DON PERLIMPLIN WITH 
BELISA IN HIS GARDEN. 

SHOEMAKER'S PRODIGIOUS WIFE. 
Miller, Olivette. 

EVERYBODY SHOUT. 



Miller Producing Co. , 

FUTURE WITHOUT TEARS. 
Mlllholland, Charles Bru 

JRAND HOTEL OF THE AIR. (R) 
STRANGER THAN FICTION. (R) 
WORLD APARTMENT. (R) 
Mllllkln, Marta Abba. 
DIANA AND TUDA. 
TO FIND ONESELF. 
WIVES' FRIEND. 
Mlllman, N. 

EFFECT OF MIXING INTENSITY 
ON THE DISPERSION OF 
COATING PIGMENTS IN WATER. 
M1113, Osl 

QUEER CUSTOMER. 
SCHOOL POR WIVES. 
Minor, George I. 
DELAY IN ROUTE. 
DINNER BELL. 
ESSCOM. 
Mlshell, Donald. 

MEDIEVAL UPHEAVAL, 
t 

NOTHING TO LOSE. 
Modlln, Harriet E. 
CASE HISTORY. 

Baptlste 
Poquelln. 
HEY, DOC. 
Molnar, Ferenc. 

THERE IS A PLAY TONIGHT. 
Molnar, Llll Darvas. 

THERE IS A PLAY TONIGHT. 
Monarch Music Co., Inc. 
ALVIN FOR PRESIDENT. 
AUGUST DEAR. 
BRAVE CHIPMUNKS. 
COMIN' THRU THE RYE. 
I WISH I COULD SPEAK 

FRENCH. 
JAPANESE BANANA. 
LILY OF LAOUNA. 
MAOIC MOUNTAIN. 
OH GONDALIERO. 
PIDGIN ENOLISH HULA. 
RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED 

REINDEER. 
SPAIN. 

STUCK IN ARABIA. 
Mondadorl (Arnoldo) Edltore. 

CORTE SAVELLA. 
Montrose, Dave. 

ARIZONA AGNES. 
Moon Productions, Inc. 

NUDE ON THE MOON. 
Moore, Glen Travis. 

MONEY ISN'T EVERYTHING. 
Moore, Mrs. Henry W. SEE 
Moore, Rosamond Ritchie. 
Moore, Rosamond Ritchie. 

DON'T SHOOT CUPID. 
Moral Re-Armament, Inc. 

REAL AMERICANS. 
Mordecal, Ben, pseud. SEE 

Hurowltz, Benjamin M. 
Morel, Luca, pseud. SEE 

Gori, Guido. 
Moreno, Ralph. 

HORSE PLAY. 
Morgan, Joan. 

SQUARE DANCE. 
Morgan, Lenore H. 

MOUSE WHO WAS STIRRING. 
SHEPHERDS BROUGHT A SONG. 
TELEPHONE, MR. STONE. 
Morren, Pierre. 

SEVEN OF CLUBS. 
Morrill, Katherlne. 

DISTANT BELL. 
Morris, Abraham. 

ONE TWO FIVE STREET. 
Morris, Robert F. 
KING FOR A DAY. 
Morrison, James B. 

UNNAMED. 
Morstln, Ludwik H. 

TETRALOGIA ANTYCZNA. 
Most, Stephen. 

BYGODYSSEY . 
Motivational Research 

Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
CASE OF THE CONSCIENCE- 
STRICKEN SAVER. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



Motzan, Otto. 

WELCOME HOME. (R) 
Mount Joy, M. W. 

BEACH AT FALESA. 
Mover, Mrs. Eliot. SEE 

Mover, Helen. 
Mover, Helen. 

INVITATION TO THE DANCE. 
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. 

ABDUCTION FROM THE SERAGLIO. 
Mueller, Donald A. 

EYES UPON THE CROSS. 
Munoz Seoa, Pedro. 

GREEN FEATHER. 
Muravnlk, B., pseud. SEE 

Dvoretzky, Beverly. 
Murdoch, Royal. 

FOR RENT: A BACK BEDROOM. 
Murphy, Paul . 

IN IT FOR THE MONEY. 
Murray, Robert Bruce. 

GOOD LIEUTENANT. 

ROSEBUDS FOR NORMAN SNYDER. 
Muschamp, Thomas. 

BRIDGE OF SIGHS. 
Myers, Paul. 

IF A STAR FALLS. 
Myles, Warren. 

FAR AWAY LAND. 



N 



Na Val, Louise Joseph, II. 
CIRCA TWENTY PRODUCTIONS: 
THE THIRTIES. 
Nachtigall, Ruth. 

READ THE STORY AGAIN. 
Nagy, Robert. 

SELF-SUCCESS. 
Nail, Robert Edward, Jr. 

TIME OF THEIR LIVES. (R) 
Natanson, Jacques. 

FABIENNE. (R) 
National Live Stock & Meat 
Board . 
FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 
Naylor, James Ernest. 
ATOMIC PRAYER BOMB WITH 
ITS HEALING POWER. 
Nazarene Pub. House. SEE 

Ullenas Pub. Co. 
Neiden, Benjamin H. 

TEXT FOR TEACHING READING. 
Nellhaus, Gerhard. 

IN THE JUNGLE OF CITIES. 
Nemethy, Emery. 

PYRAMID. 
Nevius, Margaret Van Dyke. 
CANDLE LIGHTING SERVICE 
FOR USE AT THE CHRISTMAS 
AND NEW YEAR SEASON. (R) 
New American Library of 
World Literature, Inc. 
PLAYS. 
Newhall, Patricia. 

RONDE . 
Newhart, Bob. SEE Newhart, 

George R. 
Newhart (Bob) Pub. Co. 

ABE LINCOLN VERSES MADISON 

AVE. 
CRUISE OF THE U.S.S. COD- 
FISH. 
DRIVING INSTRUCTOR. 
KRUSHCHEV LANDING REHEARS- 
AL. 
MERCHANDISING THE WRIGHT 

BROTHERS . 
NOBODY WILL EVER PLAY BASE- 
BALL. 
Newhart, George R. 

ABE LINCOLN VERSES MADISON 

AVE. 
CRUISE OF THE U.S.S. COD- 
FISH. 
DRIVING INSTRUCTOR. 
KRUSHCHEV LANDING REHEARS- 
AL. 
MERCHANDISING THE WRIGHT 

BROTHERS. 
NOBODY WILL EVER PLAY BASE- 
BALL. 



Newhouse, Edward. 

TEMPTATION OF ROGER 
HERIOTT. 
Newman, Peter R. 

YESTERDAY'S ENEMY. 
Nibauer, Herbert. 

EXTRAVAGANT MISER. 
Nicholaw, George. 

LOVED ONE. 
Nichols, Douglas. 

HOLE IN THE SKY. 
Nichols, Mike. 

EVENING WITH MIKE NICHOLS 
AND ELAINE MAY. 
Nlckerson, Leon B. 

CAPTAIN NICKERSON. 

POGEY BOAT. 
Nicole, Jena, pseud. SEE 

Cutillo, Emily. 
Nightingale, Mae Wheeler. 

RIDE 'EM COWBOY. (R) 
Nlrenberg, Jesse S. 

MANAGER- SALESMAN COMMUNICA- 
TION SKILLS DIALOGUE. 
Nolan, Agnes P. 

YULETIDE STORY IN ART AND 
SONG. 
Nolan, Mrs. Robert W. SEE 

Nolan, Agnes P. 
Norcon, Inc. 

BOAT DAY. 
Nordness, Orvin Lee. 

MORTAL HELEN. 
Norman, Aaron. 

STORIES OF THE SILENT 
SERVICE . 
Norman, Fred B. 

TALES OF PERRY PIGEON. 
Norman, Jane, pseud. SEE 

Goldberg, Jane L. 
Norworth, Amy. 

LIGHT. (R) 
Norworth, Jack. 

LIGHT. (R) 
Norvello, Ivor. 

PROSCENIUM. (R) 
Novlck, Stephen Alan. 

TITANS. 



Obermer, Nesta. 

E OLA EMMALANI. 
Obermer, Mrs. Seymour. 

E OLA EMMALANI. 
Oboler, Arch. 

1+1 EXPLORING THE KINSEY 
REPORTS. 
0' Byrne, Emmet. 

MOST UNUSUAL STATION. 
0' Casey, Sean. 

DRUMS UNDER THE WINDOWS. 
O'Connor, Alice. 

PENTHOUSE LEGEND. (R) 
O'Connor, Frank. 

GUESTS OF THE NATION. 

IN THE TRAIN. 
O'Connor, William Van. 

AMERICAN DRAMA. 
Offenbach, Jacques. 

HOFFMANNS ERZAHLUNGEN. 
O'Hara, G. Patrick. 

BLACK VELVET. 
O'Hare, John. 

HOMICIDE PAR PRUDENCE. 
O'Kelly, Kerry, pseud. SEE 

Kelly, William Martin 

Kerry . 
O'Kelly, William M. K., pseud. 

SEE Kelly, William Martin 

Kerry . 
Okey, Perry. 

SECOND LAW OF THERMODYN- 
AMICS. 
Old Coyote, Henry. 

GRANDPA TWO MEDICINE. 
Oldham, Vera M. 

CHANDU, THE MAGICIAN. (R) 
Oldsmobile Service bept., 

General Motors Corp. SEE 

General Motors Corp. Olds- 
mobile Service Dept. 



Olimac Music, Inc. 

PSYCHOANALYSIS. 
Oliver, James. 

PSYCHOANALYSIS. 
Oliver, William I. 

WITCHES' SABBATH. 
O'Neill, Carlotta Monterey. 

AH, WILDERNESS. (R) 

DAYS WITHOUT END. (R) 
O'Neill, Eugene Gladstone. 

AH, WILDERNESS. (R) 

DAYS WITHOUT END. (R) 
O'Neill, Shane. 

AH, WILDERNESS. (R) 
O'Neill, Shane R. 

DAYS WITHOUT END. (R) 
Oppenheimer, George. 

MIGHTY MAN IS HE. 
Ordioni, Pierre. 

ANA D'EBOLI. 
Orlob, Harold. 

OH, PROMISE ME. (R) 
O'Sullivan, Robert Hugh. 

HOUR OF ST. FRANCIS. 
Owen, Bill. 

PARTY FOR JEREMY. 
Owen, John W. 

SEVENTEENTH LAUGH. 
Owen, Ray, pseud. SEE 

Spencer, R. Edward. 
Owens, Mark. 

BIG WHEEL. 

TAKE A TRIP. 



Pacific Finance Corp. 

STRANGE CASE OF MR. 
BEEKER'S LAMPPOST. 
Palestrant, Judith Keller. 

SHUNNED. 
Panasenko, Alex. 

NIGHT IS OUR DAY. 
Panstwowy Instytut Wydawnlczy. 

PIERWSZY DZIEN WOLNOXCI. 
Paonessa, Gerald S. 

SHADOW OF AN IMAGE. 
Parelli, Attilio. 

GIORNATA DI MARCELLINA. (R) 
Parelli, Isolina Rapalli. 

GIORNATA DI MARCELLINA. (R) 
Parker, John W. 

PACKAGE TOUR. 
Parker, Robert C. 

PACKAGE TOUR. 
Parker, Ross. 

PACKAGE TOUR. 
Parkhirst, Douglass. 

CLOWN PRINCE OF WANDERLUST. 
Parkinson, C. Northcote . 

C. NORTHCOTE PARKINSON 
EXPLAINS PARKINSON'S LAW. 
Parr, Ronald. 

COUNT'S MARIE. 

HAPPILY EVER AFTER. 

HOUSE OF CHARACTER. 

STORY OF ALADDIN AND HIS 
WONDERFUL LAMP. 
Parson, Mary Jean. 

INNOCENT BUGLE. 
Partch, Harry. 

REVELATION IN THE COURT- 
HOUSE PARK. 
Pascal, Roy Francis. 

JOEY. 
Paton, Alan. 

WEITE WEG. 
Patterson, Thomas M. 

WHITE BUTTERFLY. 
Patton, Judi Anne. 

INSPECTOR MCKAY: THE CASE 
OF THE WHISTLING BARREL. 
Paul, Charles Bennett. 

HELEN OF TROY. 
Paulson, Arvid. 

HEDDA GABLER. 

TO DAMASCUS. 
Pazzaglia, Riccardo. 

GRANDI LITIGATE. 
Pearl, Ruth K. 

CRY IN THE NIGHT. 



Pears, Peter. 

MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
Peek, Deborah. 

POST NO BILLS. 
Peil, Jerrold Anthony. 

PHI COUNTER. 
Peman, Jose Maria. SEE Peman 

Pemar[tin, Jose Maria. 
Peman Pemartin, Jose Maria. 

CALLADOS COMO MUERTOS. 

DIVINA PELEA. 

JULIO CESAR. 

PANO DE LAGRIMAS. 

TRES ETCETERAS DE DON 
SIMON. 

TYESTES . 

VIENTO SOBRE LA TIERRA. 

VIVIR APENAS. 
Pemartin, Jose Maria Peman. 

SEE Peman Pemartin, Jose 

Maria. 
Pendleton, Austin C. 

TOM JONES. 
Pendleton, James D. 

FLOWERING JUDAS. 
Pendleton, Ralph D. 

IKON. 

THEATRE SONG. 
Pendrell, Ernest. 

SEVEN TIMES MONDAY. 
Penny, Martin. 

MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
Penouilh, Robert Morris. 

CAST THE LAST VOTE. 
Perez Fernandez, Pedro. 

GREEN FEATHER. 
Perry, H. Mitchell, Jr. 

PROGRESS IN THE THERAPY OF 
SEVERE HYPERTENSION. 
Perry, Mar Jean. 

TWO'S COMPANY. 
Persitz, Ruth. 

OUATRE MURS. 
Peskett, Leonard G. 

TIMBERLOST . 
Petracca, Joseph. 

HOUR OF ST. FRANCIS. 
Petrlllo, Louis Ernest. 

SPONSOR'S DO-IT-YOURSELF 
SHOW. 
Petronio, Louis A. 

ACTRESS. 

PRODIGY. 
Petrovna, Yelena, pseud. 

SEE Routsky, Ellen. 
Phelan, Ray. 

NUDE ON THE MOON. 
Phelps, Winifred. 

TEMPTATION SORDID. 
Phillips, George Hudson. 

AD, THE NATIONWIDE SHOPPER. 
Phillips, Lance L. 

THEIR MASSIVE PRIDE. 
Phillips, Laura Louise. SEE 

King, Laura Louise Phillips. 
PIbernat, Carlos, hi jo. 

GREEN FEATHER. 
Plchler, Gustav. 

DIAMANT DES GEISTERKONIGS. 

DRAMATISCHE WERKE. 

MOISASURS ZAUBERFLUCH. 

UNHEILBRINGENDE KRONE. 
Pickett, Warren. 

GENIUS. 
Piel (David) Inc. 

RIDDLE ON YOUR FINANCIAL 
PLANS FOR THE FUTURE. 
Pierik, Robert Vincent. 

IN THE FOREST OF FANCY. 
Pike, Charles Sumner. 

TRAITORS. 
Pine, Les. 

FAMILY CIRCLE. 

HOW MY MOTHER FEEDS ME. 
Pineau-Quercy, Jacqueline 
Breitel. 

POULE SUR UN MUR. (R) 
Pinter, Harold. 

CARETAKER. 

SLIGHT ACHE. 
Pirandello, Luigl. 

DIANA AND TUDA. 

TO FIND ONESELF. 

WIVES' FRIEND. 



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NAME INDEX 



U7 



■ 

SON. 

Plyr 

Len. 
RAVEN. (R) 

EH 0? PATE. 

PIRST NIGHTER. (R) 

PIRST NIGHTER. (R) 

SEE Poll • 

. -. M. 
PIR-- . (R) 

READING AND :TH 

PHON : 
<y , Abe. 
RABBI AND THE GOLEM. 
Polysemies. 

COMMUNITY PSYCHOACOUSTICS. 

he , Mate . 
GEORGE ET 3E0R0ZNA. 
Porrf 

AMANTE CL r : I 

5 HE 
Porter, Irene B 

eth. 
EVER SINCE ADAM. 
Porter, James W. 

LAND ON THE MOON. 
Portt-: - Sydney . 

IKE THAT. 
Poston, Richard. 

POPPY 
. 

80TTERPLY SUMMER. 
Potts, Bar: 

OUT OP THE NIGHT. 
Potts, Ralph Bushn- 

SIR BOSS. 
Powell, Clint. 

CHICKADEE. 

SCUIBBLE. 
Powell, James Pran.-is. 

MY PSYCHIATRIST. 
Powell, Richard. 

PIONEER, GO HOME. 
Power, Richard. 

BLIND MOUTH. 
Poznanskl, Alfred. 

DONNEUSE. (R) 

HE ( R) 

LADIES SHOULD LISTEN. (R) 

MARGRAVE. (R) 

VOIE LACTEE. (R) 
Poznanskl, Jean Claude 

Savolr. SEE Savolr poznan- 
skl, Jean Claude. 
Prager (Edward) Advertising 
Agency. 

JOE DRINKS BEER— FRED 
DRINKS BEER. 

WAITER— SAY THERE, WAITER: 
BRING ME A BARREL OF BEER. 
Prager, Edward Hess. 

CHEV-RO-LUBY, CHEV-RO-LUBY, 
WHAT'S IT MEAN. 

JOE DRINKS BEER— FRED 
DRINKS BEER. 

WAITER— SAY THERE, WAITER: 
BRING ME A BARREL OF BEER. 
Prescott, Norman. 

NEW ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO. 
Presnell, Frank G. 

CALIPH . 
Preston, peter S. 

TRICOLOR SUITE. 
Pride, George R. 

OLD MAN AND BURRO. 
Priestley, John Boynton. 

DANGEROUS CORNER. (R) 

ROUNDABOUT. (R) 
Primrose, Alek. SEE Prim- 
rose, William Alek. 



Primrose, William A- 

CLOWNS OP SHAKESPEARE AND 
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN. 
;:egg, H. 
PRINCE IGOR. (R) 

I ons . 
IN LIVING MEMORY. 

I SURRE.'.: 

:WS OF HEAVEN. 

Bntei 

SOMETHING WILD IN THE CITY. 

le, Wlllson, p3eud. 
SEE Wilson, Nelson 
Protheroe. 
prouse, Derek. 

PLAYS. 
Pruir.; La Smith. 

: TIME AROUND. 
Prye ; 

SATURDAY PROM. 

THE FARM. 

LAWRENCE OP ARABIA. 

. !e Andre. 
TOO! R) 

Pugh . in. 
HIGH HOPES. 

-. ; sler, Orf 
LACHENDE EHEMANN. (R) 
Nl • (R) 
■ 
DIDO AND AENEAS. 

m's (0. p.) Sons. 
POUR MODERN PRENCH COMEDIES. 

•sit. 

KEK LAMPAS. (R) 



quellne Breltel 
PLneau-. SEE Plneau- 
Quercy, Jacqueline 
Qulat, Lillian Perl.- 
BERLIN WEST. 



Rablnovltz, Bernard. 

CIRCUIT RIDER. 
Racine, Jean Baptlste. 

PHAEDRA. 

RACINE'S PHAEDRA. 
Raeburn, Henzle. SEE Brown, 

Henzle Raeburn. 
Ragsdale, Jackson Lee. 

PORT OUT, STARBOARD HOME. 
Ralden, Edward. 

MR. JEFFERSON'S BURR. 
Ra lmund , Fe rd lnand . 

DRAMATISCHE WERKE. 

MOISASURS ZAUBERFLUCH. 

UNHEILBRINOENDE KRONE. 
Raldonae, Marlon, p3eud. 

HOLY MATCH FOR MONEY. 
Ralph, George Wledmayer. 

SEVEN AGES. 
Ramloo, Helen L. 

PRINCE OF PEDDLERS. (R) 
Ramloo, Mrs. William P. SEE 

Ramloo, Helen L. Clark. 
Rampe. SEE Bars (Richard) 

Buhnenverlag, K. Q., "Die 

Rampe. " 
Ramsey, Peter, pseud. SEE 

Melancon, Robert. 
Rand, Ayn, pseud. SEE 

O'Connor, Alice. 
Randall, Bob, pseud. SEE 

Goldstein, Stanley B. 
Randall, Dick. 

THREE STOOGES MEET THE MOB. 
Random, Darrell. 

MOTHS IN THE FLAME. 
Rappaport, Aaron. 

CHOLEM IN ROIM. 
Rappaport, Joseph. 

MISSING LINK. 



Rattlgan, Tere; 
ROSS. 

91", Herman. 
PIONEER, GO HOME. 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. 

CINDERELLA. 

JACK THE GIANT KILLER. 

PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. 
Raynor, Bernelle W. 

STAR OF LIFE. 
Raynor, Jerry S. 

STAR OF LIFE. 
Read, Ethel Matson. 

BIG SWEDE AND THE MIGHTY 
MITE. 

Lng Development Cent 
Houston, Tex. 

READING AND SPELLING WITH 
PHONICS. 
Ready, Stuart. 

FIVE PREAKS A 'PIDDLING. 
I. P. 

MISTER WU. (R) 
"harles S. 

TIMES ARE CHANGING. 
Reed, Mrs. Floyd C. SEE 

Reed, Trelva Jean. 
Reed , Henry . 

CRIME ON QOAT ISLAND. 
Reed, Trelva Jean. 

LONG ERROR. 
Reedi ■ . Je. 

TIR-NA-NOO. 
Reese, John. 

CHANCES OP CYBELE DOBB. 
Reese-Stevens, Robert, pseud. 

SEE Stevens, Robert E. 
Reeve, Pranklln D. 

SUMMER HOUSE. 
. Helen S. 

SUMMER HOUSE. 
Reid, Joyce 0. 

SOME HAPPY DAY. 
Relssman, Norm 

FACES OP SATURDAY. 
Remarque, Erich Maria. 

LAST STATION. 
Remlck Music Corp. 

ROUNDUP ON THE MOON. 
Renault, Marjorle. 

CRYSTAL BOWL. 
Republic Steel Corp. Alloy 
Steel Division. 

FUNDAMENTALS OP STAINLESS 
STEEL FABRICATION. 
Reynolds, Joseph J. 

BOTTOMS-UP. 
Reynolds, Malvlna. 

DON'T CALL IT FRISCO. 
Reynolds !c Reynolds Co. 

RIOHT, RIGHT ON TIME. 
Reznicek, Err.ll Nlckolaus von. 

GONDOLIERE DES DOOEN. (R) 
Rice, Elmer. 

FAMOUS PLAYS OP 1932. (R) 
Rich, Seymour. 

WIDE IS THE GATE. 
Richards, Stanley. 

EXPRESS FOR SANTIAGO. 
Richardson, Jack C. 

PRODIGAL. 
Rick, Edward. 

TRADING STAMP SHOW. 
Rlcordl (G.) & C. 

COLLOQUIO COL TANGO. 

FARSA AMOROSA. (R) 

MANTELLO. 

MORD IM DOM. 

NOTTE DI UN NEVRASTENICO. 
Rletty, Robert. 

PINEDUS AFFAIR. 
Rlggs, Lynn. 

ROADSIDE. 
Riley, Betsy. 

FLORA. 
Rlnaldlni, Llesl. 

ROSENSTOCK UND EDEL- 
WEISS. (R) 
Rindler, Milton. 

DIVINE DRUDGE. (R) 
Rlnes, Dorothy Kay. 

NOTHING BUT A DREAM. 



Rlnes, Robert Harvey. 

NOTHINO BUT A DREAM. 
Ringulst, Len. 

THREE TIMES A DAY. 
Ian, Hugh D. 

ELECTROSHOCK THERAPY. 
. David G. 

TENTATIVE PLAN FOR AN 
HOTEL ASSOCIATION. 
Rltter, M. Isabelle. 

CHRISTMAS MESSAGE. (R) 
Rlvemale, Alexandre. 

MOBILE . 

. Morris L. 

WE KNOW YOU. 
Rlzzo, Maria Amelia. 

ISAIAH. 

• Anthony. 

NIGHT OF SKETCHES. 
Robblns, Harold. 

SECOND BEST. 
Roberts, C. A. . 

CATHOLIC PRESIDENT. 
Robin, Robert S. 

MRS. YOUNG. 
Robinson, Charles Maxwell. 

TWILIQHT. 
Rocket Pictures, Inc. Better 
Selling Bureau Division. 

WHICH WILL I BE. 
Rodale, Jerome I. 

OOOSE. 
Rodeheaver Co. 

AUNT JANE'S CHRISTMAS. (R) 

CHRISTMAS MESSAGE. (R) 

OARDEN GUEST. (R) 

GREATEST OF THESE. 

IMMORTAL KING. (R) 

NIGHT AFTER HIS BIRTH. 

PROMISED LIGHT. (R) 

REDEEMER LIVETH . (R) 

SEARCH FOR A KING. (R) 

SON OF THE HIGHEST. 

SPIRIT OF MOTHER LOVE. (R) 

WHITE CHRISTMAS. (R) 
Rodgers, Richard. 

SOUND OF MUSIC. 
Rodgers, Virginia. SEE 

Kowal, Virginia Rodgers. 
Rodriguez Alvarez, Alejandro. 

TREES DIE STANDINO. 
Roederer, Louis. 

MONA LISA'S MUSTACHE. 
Roepke, Oabrlela. 

WHITE BUTTERFLY. 
Roesch, Ethel A. 

SCENARIO OF POLITICAL 
SCENES. 
RBssler, Carl. 

^FUNF FRANKFURTER. (R) 
Rossler, Herman. 

FUNF FRANKFURTER. (R) 
Rogers, David. 

OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS. 

PINK PARTY DRESS. 
Rogers, James C. 

RETURN. 
Rojo, Caroline Shields. 

LEPRECHAUN WHO LOST HIS 
SHADOW. 
Romalns, Jules. 

DON0G00. 
Roman, Lawrence. 

UNDER THE YUM YUM TREE. 
Romanl, Felice. 

ELISIR D'AMORE. 
Rommel, Marilyn Dayton. 

OUR BRIGHT SUMMER DAYS ARE 
GONE. 
Roncoronl, Jean Louis. 

SHOOTING GALLERY. 
Rondelle, Roslyn, pseud. SEE 

Landberg, Roslyn Rondelle. 
Ronning, Margaret Lynch. 

BETSY'S FIRST REPORT CARD. 
Rooder, Phyllis. SEE Weiss, 

Phyllis Rooder. 
Rooney, P. B., pseud. SEE 

Bruni, Philip P. 
Root, Lynn. 

CHEESE CHAMPION. (R) 
Rorem, Ned. 

PASTRY SHOP. 



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Rosales, Marco. 

THIS IS PUERTO RICO. 
Rosales, Sylvia. 

THIS IS PUERTO RICO. 
Rose, Durant, SEE Rose, 

Timbrel 1 Durant. 
Rose, Reginald. 

DEATH AND LIFE OF LARRY 
BENSON . 
Rose, Tlmbrell Durant. 

FINANCIAL BOOBY TRAPS. 
Rose, William L. 

FENTON'S FOLLY. 
Roselius, Ludwlg. 

OODIVA. (R) 
Rosemeadow Pub. Corp. 

DAYTON (WHY NOT?) ALLEN. 
Rosenberg, Ann. 

CELEBRITY. 
Ross, Alan. 

EAST RIVER DREAM. 
Rossato, Arturo. 

FARSA AMOROSA. (R) 

GRAZIELLA. (R) 
Rossato in Duchelle, Laura. 

SEE Duchelle, Laura 

Rossato. 
Rossett, Alan, pseud. SEE 

Ross, Alan. 
Rostand, Edmund. 

FANTASTICKS. 
Rosten, Hedda. 

MR. AMBASSADOR. 
Roth, Alice Berman. 

OUIET STREET. 
Roth, Ernst. 

MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
Rothbort, Lawrence. SEE 

Raldonae, Marlon, pseud. 
Rothbort, Marlene. SEE 

Raldonae, Marlon, pseud. 
Rothe, Fenella. 

UNFINISHED JOURNEY. 
Rottura, Joseph J. 

WE SING THE MASS. 
Routsky, Ellen. 

HE WHO GETS SLAPPED. 
Rouverol, Auranla. 

GROWING PAINS. (R) 
Rouverol, William S. 

GROWING PAINS. (R) 
Roux, Lea L. 

HONOLULU MOONS. (R) 
Roux, Pierre Henri. 

OUATRE SAISONS. 
Ruben, Alexander S. 

SHOW BUSINESS. (R) 
Rubensteln, Hilda Shubert. 

NOTES ON A BLACK TAMBOU- 
RINE. 

PAPER HORSES. 
Rubin, Daniel Nathan. 

BUT NOT FOR LOVE. 
Rublno, George. 

FLY AWAY, FLY AWAY, FLY 
AWAY HOME. 

NOAH'S ARK. 

TOWN AGAINST ITSELF. 
Rubinstein, Harold F. 

JEW DYTE. (R) 

ON THE FATHER'S SIDE. (R) 

SHAKESPEARE. (R) 
Ruby, Harry. 

CRACKED ICE. (R) 
Rudlck, June. 

HOLIDAY FOR MURDER. 
Ruesch, Hans. 

CONSTANT LOVER. 
Ruger, Jerome. SEE Ruger, 

William Jerome. 
Ruger, William Jerome. 

AT MADAME DELGAY'S. (R) 
Rulon, Samuel A. 

SIDE SHOW ON PARNASSUS. 

WE SHALL HAVE LARKS. 
Rush, James J. 

HONEST DEAL. 
Ruskay, Bllx, pseud. SEE 

Bresler, Esther Jane. 
Russell, D. Vincent. 

GLORY IN THE HIGHEST. 
Russell, Marilyn Carol. 

DIFFICULT BLUE. 



Russell, Mary. 

THREE WOMEN OF THE NATIVITY. 
Russell, Ray. 

BIMINI. 
Russell, Robert R. 

OH, MY BELOVED. 
Rustin, Daniel. 

ANOTHER WASHDAY MIRACLE. 
Ryan, Beatrice Judd. 

SANCTUARY . 
Ryan, Florence. 

MON CRIME. (R) 
Ryan, William J. P. 

BIBLEEN. 
Ryerson Music Publishers, Inc. 

FAMILY CIRCLE. 

HOW MY MOTHER FEEDS ME. 
Ryskind, Morrie. 

LET 'EM EAT CAKE. (R) 



SPD Productions, Inc. 

TENTH MAN. 
Sabath, Bernard. 

ECLIPSE DAY. 

VARIATIONS ON A HAPPY 
ENDING. 
Sahr, Frank E-. 

FOUR UP. 
Saint Germain Press, Inc. 

CORRESPONDING TO THE 
RECORDED DICTATION. 
Sakol, H., pseud. SEE Ives, 

Helen. 
Sakol, Jeanne. 

SAMANTHA . 
Salaway, Lowell. SEE Black, 

Brian, pseud. 
Salem, Jack. 

HOLLYWOOD'S MAD RUN AROUND. 
Salerno, Henry F. 

TRAP. 
Sallack, Ray. 

REMEMBER WHEN. 
Samberg, Benjamin. 

COMEDY RACKETEERS. (R) 

NEVER A DULL MOMENT. 
Sammon, Jean. 

ANNUAL AFFAIR. 
Sammon, Paul. 

ANNUAL AFFAIR. 
Samuel, Maurice. 

AMERICA'S OPPORTUNITY. 
Sanders, Rudolf, pseud. SEE 

Hochtritt, Walter. 
Sanf Hippo, Anthony Gerald. 

SATIN SLIPPERS. 
Santos, Miguel Mlhura. SEE 

Mihura Santos, Miguel. 
Sarment, Jean, pseud. SEE 

Bellemere, Jean. 
Sauer, Henry Hoyt. 

TWELVE HOURS TO KILL. 
Sauer, Hoyt. SEE Sauer, 

Henry Hoyt. 
Saul, Oscar. 

TOUCH OF THE VULTURE. 
Saum, Claude. 

DINKY 'S WISH. 
Saunders, Elliot. 

MASTER SPY. 
Savage, Dennis. 

ONE MAN'S MOON. 
Savolr, Alfred, pseud. SEE 

Poznanskl, Alfred. 
Savolr, John C. 

LADIES SHOULD LISTEN. (R) 
Savolr Poznanski, Jean 
Claude. 

DONNEUSE. (R) 

MARGRAVE. (R) 

VOIE LACTEE. (R) 
Saxon, David. 

SEAN 0' FEY. 
Schary, Dore. 

HIGHEST TREE. 
Schechter, Rita D. 

ATTORNALLY YOURS. 
Scheuer, Charles. 

MONEY ISN'T EVERYTHING. 



Scheuer, Joan G. 

ABE LINCOLN GOES TO SCHOOL. 

ARROWS IN THE TURKEY. 

JOHNNY APPLESEED. 

MR. BRADFORD'S STORY. 

PAUL BUNYAN GROWS UP. 
Schirmer (G. ) Inc. 

ELISIR D'AMORE. 
Schlegel, A. W. von. 

MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 
Schlltt, Robert. 

EGG. 
Schloss, Herbert A. 

OUR FORGOTTEN TREASURE: 
THE CONSTITUTION. 
Schmidt, Harvey L. 

BEST YEAR. 

FANTASTICKS. 

NEW YORK SCRAPBOOK. 

ROADSIDE. 
Schmidt, Heinrich. 

MORD IM DOM. 
Schneldeman, Rose. 

BEST CITIZENS OF OUR TOWN. 

CHANGE OF MIND. 

HANDS ACROSS THE SEAS. 

LOVE YOUR NEIGHBORS. 

MELTING POT. 

PROGRAM FOR PEACE. 

SANTA STRIKES BACK. 

SOLDIERS OF PEACE. 

THIS IS NEW YORK. 
Schneider, Maurice. 

BEFORE BREAKFAST. 
Schneider, Paul. 

21 SHORT, ACRIMONIOUS 
PLAYS . 
Schneider, Will, pseud. 

SEE Schneider, Maurice. 
Schnitzler, Arthur. 

RONDE . 
Schoen, Lester E. 

WHEN WE DEAD AWAKEN. 
School, Jack. 

PRIMA DONNA. (R) 
School, Louis Emmett. 

THEORY ON THE SOURCE OF 
GRAVITATION. 
Schreiber, Edward. 

MAD DOG COLL. 
Schreiber, Terry. 

ONE DOOR TO A CAGE. 
Schrelner, Roy. 

UNLOCKING DOORS. 
Schreker, Franz. 

CHRISTOPHORUS. (R) 
Schroeder, John Edward . 

MATTER OF POLICY. 

THIS DAY, THIS WAY. 
Schulman, Arnold. 

NOSE OF JERRY PEPPER. 
Schulman, Rosyrie. 

LOVE IS A VERB. 
Schultz, Ada De Haven. 

ONE SATURDAY IN SPRING. 
Schutzman, Arthur, Jr. 

LET'S KEEP IN TOUCH. 
Schuyler, Ackley Cloyes. 

WOMAN'S WORLD. 
Schwartz, Alfred E. 

SYCAMORE TREE. 
Schwartz, Arthur. 

FLYING COLORS. (R) 
Schwartz, Donald A. 

MULBERRY BUSH. 
Schwartz, Paul. 

SPIES IN YOUR EYES. 
Schwartz, Rosalie. 

SULLY ' S . 
Schwenzen, Per. 

HERR KAYSER UND DIE NACHTI- 
GALL. 
Schweykowskl, Bodo von. 

BANDE UND DER GENERAL. 
Scott, Earl. 

TIME FOR SEVERANCE. 
Scott, Irvin C. , Jr. 

ONE FINE DAY. 
Scott, Joseph, pseud. SEE 

Klrland, Joseph. 
Scott, Robert K. 

ACTORS ANONYMOUS. 



Scott, Sari Elizabeth. 

DESERT MECCA. 
Scribe, E. 

SIZILIANISCHE VESPER. 

SIZILIANISCHE VESPER. (R) 
Seca, Pedro Munoz. SEE Munoz 

Seca, Pedro. 
Sedwick, Benjamin Frank. 

FORJA DE LOS SUENOS . 
Segall, Donald Maxwell. 

CUL-DE-SAC. 

TOLL TVER. 
Segall, Dorothy. 

GET THEE BEHIND ME. 
Segall, Harry. 

GET THEE BEHIND ME. 

KNOCK WOOD. (R) 

THANKS AND GOODBYE. (R) 
Seigle, Natalie R. 

LIGHT TOUCH. 
Seller, Conrad. 

BEAUTY PARADE. 

NUDE WASHING DISHES. 
Seller, Gwendolen. 

BEAUTY PARADE. 
Select Theatres Corp. 

PRIMA DONNA. (R) 
Selone, Ignazio. 

SORTIE DE SECOURS. 
Selters, Evelyn. 

BY THE RIVERS. 
Selters, Mrs. Nelson. SEE 

Selters, Evelyn. 
Seminoff, Nicholas D. 

GREAT KHAN. 
Semple, Lorenzo, Jr. 

GOLDEN FLEECING. 
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus. 

TYESTES. 
Senesh, Hannah. 

SPARK THAT KINDLES. 
Senior, Edward. 

HUNTED. 
Sergei, Christopher. 

ASK ANY GIRL. 

SHERWOOD ANDERSON'S WINES- 
BURG, OHIO. 
Sergei, Kristin. 

DEATH AND LIFE OF LARRY 
BENSON . 
Sergei, Ruth F. 

SIR OSBERT SITWELL'S THE 
CINDERELLA COMPLEX. 

THIRTEEN AT TABLE. 
Sergei, Sherman L. 

NO DEADLY MEDICINE. 
Sewell, William. 

AMOUR MAGNIFIQUE. 
Seymour, Alton, pseud. SEE 

Klotz, Alton B. 
Seymour, Sylvia, pseud. SEE 

Klotz, Sylvia. 
Shackelford, Charles D. 

DUST SPOTS ON THE GREEN. 
Shaffer, Dexter Virgil. 

GAME-CALLING IN HI-FI. 
Shaffer, Max. 

BONGO BOO BOO. 
Shakespeare, William. 

HEART OF HAMLET. 

JULIO CESAR. 

LOVE TALES TOLD BY A CLOWN. 

MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 

TWELFTH NIGHT. 
Shannon, Mattie B. 

CHRISTMAS MESSAGE. (R) 

PROMISED LIGHT. (R) 

SEARCH FOR A KING. (R) 
Shapiro, Irvin T. 

SUBCOMMITTEE REVUE OF 19o0. 
Shapiro, Sidney. 

FIVE PLAYS. 
Share, Eugene. 

TAKE A CHANCE REVUE. 
Sharp, Mrs. Alan A. SEE 

Sharp, Vera. 
Sharp, Margery Gould. 

BLACK, THE ORANGE. 

BUSMAN'S HOLIDAY. 
Sharp, Vera. 

TABBY'S SYMPHONY ADVENTURES. 



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, rge Bernard. 
WD . 

- 

EMBA1 

-nry . 

LIFE. 

'. OF JOHN - 
MAKER'S STATEMENT 

1.ATI0N. 

TOWER . 
Sheldon, Sidney. 

ROMAN CAN 
Shepard, B-- 

1NE. 
Sherr , B. 

BISHOP'S BOYS. 
Sherman, Mr. 

TELL THE WORLD. 

SIX. 
Sherrlff, Robert Cedi 

WINDFALL. (R) 
Sherwln, Judith Johnson. 

EN AVANT, COCO. 
Shore, Evelyn B. 

PIVE THOUSAND YEARS OP 
PASHION. 
Short . 

MYSTERIOUS MRS. UPDIKE. (R) 
Shubert, Hilda. SEE Ruben- 

steln, Hilda Shut 
Shull, Richard B. 

PBNTON'S POLLY. 
Shurtleff, Michael. 

CALL ME BY MY RIGHTPUL 
RAMB. 
Shy re, Pat 

DRUMS UNDER THE WINDOWS. 

HERR KAYSER UND DIE NICHTI- 
GALL. 
Slegel, William. 

KING LEAR OP SEVENTH AVENUE. 
Slfton, Claire Ginsberg. 

BLOOD ON THE MOON. (R) 
Slfton, Paul. 

BLOOD ON THE MOON. (R) 
Slgmund, Maxwell. 

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OP THE 
POUCAULT PENDULUM. 
Silver, Robert. 

SANKA PRESENTS ANKA. 
Silver, Ronald F. 

CHRISTMAS KEEPSAKE STORY. 

KEEPSAKE STORY. 
Sllverthorn, Elizabeth. 

OLDEST RANGER GENE TOLLY. 
Slmcox, Robert Barton. 

MINE EVERY GREEj . 
Simmons, Alma A. 

THIS MAGIC MOMENT. 
Simon, Alfred. 

TROUBLESOME BROOD. 
Simon, Peggy. 

ABSOLUTELY TIME. 
Slmone, pseud. SEE Porehe, 

Me. 
Simpson, Fredrick Douglas. 

ANN STRICKLAND. 
Simpson, Robert. 

SIX MILLION AND ONE. 

TREASURE AT NOVILLADOS. 
Singer, Jacob. SEE Singer, 

Jake. 
Singer, Jake. 

DRAMATISHE SHRIPTN. 
Singer, Joe. SEE Black, 

Brian, pseud. 
Slnton, Walter James. 

COFFEE AND CONVERSATION. 
Slsson, Charles Jasper. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 
Sltwell, Sir Osbert. 

SIR OSBERT SITWELL'S THE 
CINDERELLA COMPLEX. 



.'.on, Wilson Vernon. 
IN THE EARTH. 

RUMPUS. 

WHALE POR JONAH. 

e, Susan. 
HUNDRED PERCENT ANNIE. 
Sleater, Charles E. 

- IES . 
Slrbwackl, Jullusz. 
BALLADYNA. 

1 1 D . 

,RA. 
Small, Howard. SEE Sra;. . 

Melvln Howard. 
Small, Melvln Howard. 
INSULTED AND DWURI 
Smaller,. 

PORECAST POR TOMORROW. 
Smalley, Webs: 

MAN WITH THE OBOE. 
Smith, Allan G. . 

COBWEBS BELONG IN ATTICS. 

Kampen. 
HER MAJESTY'S PLEASURE. 
WOMAN TO WOMAN. 
Smith, P- 

KINDRED SPIRITS. 
Smlt: . a C. 

AMMONIA THE SLANDER-RESIS- 
TANT REFRIGERANT. 
Smith, Dalton : 

LORD'S ANOINT r 
Smith, H. H. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 
Smith, Jefr. 

BETTY BOOP. 
Smith, Michael Mitchell. 

CHERUBIM . 
Smith, Mitchell. SEE Smith, 

111. 
Smith, Phyllis Carver. 

ONCE UPON A TOWN. 
Society of the Divine Savior, 
St. Nazlanz, Wis. 
GENERAL Ml 
Solfer, Margar' • 

DAVID, THE GIANT KILLER. (R) 
Sophocles. 
ELECTRA . 

OEDIPUS THE KINO AND ANTI- 
GONE. 
Soriano, Rocco. 

MARTYR OF PURITY. 
Sotel, Phllll; 
MODERN HOME. 
Sound Education Co. 
SHORTHAND BY SOUND. 
SPELLING MADE EASY. 
Spano, Bartholomew S. 

COMMUNITY PSYCHOACOUSTICS. 
Sparano, Dorothy La Vecchla. 
MY MESSAGE DESIGNED POR 
PEACE. 
Spence, Wall. 

SPEAK POR YOURSELF, 
JOAN. (R) 
Spencer, R. Edward. 

CABBAGES AND KINGS. 
Speyer, Gerard W. 

MANTEL, EIN HUT, EIN HAND- 
SCHUH. (R) 
Speyer, Wllhelm. 

MANTEL, EIN HUT, EIN HAND- 
SCHUH. (R) 
Spllos, Stephen T. 

RIVER ROUGE. 
Splro, Bernard. 

SYLVESTER. 
Spratt, William F. 

IRISH GYPSY. 
Sprlgge, Elizabeth. 

FIVE PLAYS OF STRINDBERG. 
Sprung, Gene. 

SAY KID. 
Sprung, Sondra. 

SAY KID. 
Squadrlto, Ceralding Marcla. 

50 MINUTES IN AN HOUR. 
Stair, Vida. 

VILLAGE SQUARE. 
Stange, Hugh. 

FALSE DREAMS FAREWELL. (R) 



Stapled : 

-■;, Bert 0. , Jr. 
TALL OR 
Stavls, Barrle. 

BANNERS OP STEEL. 
Steel, Lew] 

DREAMS RETURN IN THE SPRING- 
TIME. 
Steele, Austin. 

FRIENDS k NEIGHBORS. 
Steffen, Gusta. 

MARY'S ANKLE. (R) 
Stein, Erwln. 

THRISTOPHORUS. (R) 
Stein, Gertrude. 

POUR SAINTS IN THREE 
ACTS. (R) 
. Howard. 
SIGHT POR SORE THOUGHTS. 
Stein, Sol. 

TROUBLE WITH SHAKESPEARE. 
Stein, Tao Strong. 

VIMS. 
Stelnour, Marcus L. 

TOMORROW, WHEN THE TRAINS 
00 BY. 
Stephens, James. 
CROCK OP GOLD. 
Stephens, Peter John. 

RUNNING POR BLOOD. 
Stereoddl; 

WOODY WOODBURY LOOKS AT 

LOVE AND LIPE. 
WOODY WOODBURY'S LAUGHING 
ROOM. 
Sterling Pub. Co., : 

SHORT PLAYS FROM THE OREAT 
CLASSICS. 
Stern, E. 

HAVE A HEART. 
Stern, Evelyn. 

SUITCASE FOR IRENE. 
THIS OUIET AFTERNOON. 
VINCENT AND HIS ANGELS. 
Stern, Hal. 

REPENTANT MAN. 
STRUGGLE. 
Stern, James. 

CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE. 
Stern, Lewis Michael. 

DUET. 
Stern, Tanla. 

CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE. 
Steven, Phyl. 

POTTER'S FIELD. 
Stevens, Clifford, pseud. 

SEE Welsse, Clifford. 
Stevens, J. P., pseud. 

SEE Paonessa, Gerald S. 
Stevens, Robert E. 

LUCIFER LOST. 
Stevenson, Adlal Ewlng. 

HIGHEST TREE. 
Stevenson, Robert Louis. 
BEACH AT FALESA. 
SUICIDE CLUB. 
Stlffler, Ronald-Bel. 

ABE LINCOLN AND THE CIVIL 
WAR. 
Stirling, Nora. 

APPLES FOR TEACHER. 
EVER SINCE APRIL. 
TICKET TO TOMORROW. 
Stock, Irvln. 
FLYERS . 
INFIDELITY. 
Stockton, Richard F. 
LITTER OF FLOWERS. 
Stokes, Anna Marie. 

MERRY MOUNT. (R) 
Stokes, Richard L. 
MERRY MOUNT. (R) 
Stoller, Esther. 

SYLVESTER. 
Stone, Merritt. 

IMAGINARY INVALID. 
Stone, peter H. 
LAST STATION. 
SHOOTING GALLERY. 
Stork, Charles Wharton. 

ALCIBIADES. 
Stout, Joe F. , Sr. 

WHEN THE COCK CEASES TO 
CROW. 



Straus, Lynn G. 

ABE LINCOLN GOES TO SCHOOL. 

ARROWS IN THE TURKEY. 

JOHNNY APPLESEED. 

MR. BRADFORD'S STORY. 

PAUL BUNYAN GROWS UP. 
Strickland, Lily. 

JEWELS OF THE DESERT. (R) 
Strlndberg, August. 

FIVE PLAYS OF STRINDBERG. 

FRAULEIN JULIE. 

TO DAMASCUS. 

TRAUMSPIEL. 
Strong, Tao. SEE Stein, Tao 

Strong. 
Stuart, Bruce, pseud. SEE 

Damuth, Bruce Stuart. 
Sturgeon, B. B. 

ANIMAL FAIR. 
Sublett, Ernest. 

PECOS WEST. 
Sullivan, Elsa Ruth. 

VERONICA. 
Sullivan, J. W. David. 

SEE Sullivan, John Walter 

David . 
Sullivan, Jack. SEE 

Sullivan, John P., Jr. 
Sullivan, John Francis. 

HEART FULL OF SUCCESS. 
Sullivan, John P., Jr. 

POST NO BILLS. 
Sullivan, John Walter D^vid. 

SMILER. 
Sumerlln, Macon. 

PECOS WEST. 
Summln, Dorothy. 

ABOUT PEOPLE, PLACES AND 
FASHION. 
Summy-Blrchard Pub. Co. 

HENRY-ETTA. (R) 
Sumner, Richard J., Sr. 

PINBALLS IN BROOKLYN. 
Sunbeam Music Corp. 

SUNDAY BRUNCH. 
Sunshine, Danlella, pseud. 

SEE Sparano, Dorothy La 

Vecchla. 
Surace, Elizabeth H. 

A. J. OF BONNIE BAY. 
Surguchev, Illya. 

AUTUMN VIOLINS. 
Susac, Andrew. 

LAZARUS, COME FORTH. 
Sutcllffe, James H. 

NIGHT BELL. 
Swann, Darius Leander. 

CIRCLE BEYOND FEAR. 
Swann, Helen, pseud. SEE 

Ives, Helen. 
Swanson, William. 

FOLIES DE PARIS. 
Swanson, William W. 

IMPROVED EXTERNAL COMMUNI- 
CATIONS. 
Sweet, Maria V. 

CHIPS OF HAPPINESS. (R) 
LAST CHORD. (R) 
Sykes, Bette. 

IP A STAR FALLS. 
Symonette, Lys Bert. 

WEITE WEG. 
Szllagyl, Ladlslaus. SEE 

Szllagyi, Laszlo. 
S^llagyi, Laszlo. 
KATZ IM SACK. (R) 
KEK LAMPAS. (R) 
Szllagyl, Mrs. Laszlo. 
KATZ IM SACK. (R) 



T3, pseud. SEE Thompson- 
McDonald, Frederick A. 

Tackett, Nyla. 
INTERMEDIARY. 

Take-One Productions, Inc. 
PHOTOGRAPHY. 

Talagrand, Andre. 
SEXE ET LE NEANT. 

Talarlco, Ello. 
PROMETEUS . 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



July-Dec. 



Talbot, A. J. 

DEVIL'S DEAL WITH MR. PIN- 

COTT. (R) 
LUCREZIA BORGIA'S LITTLE 

PARTY. (R) 
OLD FIRM'S AWAKENING. 
Talbot, Marjorle. 

ESTHER. 
Talia, Editorial. 

PRESTAMISTA. 
Tamarack Productions, Ltd. 

TWO FOR THE SEESAW. 
Tamayo Castro, Manuel. 

ALERTA EN EL CIELO. 
Tamkln, Alex. 

BLUE PLUM TREE. 
Taradash, Daniel. 

THERE WAS A LITTLE GIRL. 
Tardleu, Jean. 

CONVERSATION-SINFONIETTA . 
INFORMATION BUREAU. 
ONE WAY FOR ANOTHER. 
Tarr, Yvonne Young. 

TALES FROM BACCACCIO. 
Tarsky, Harry. 
RISE U? NEVER. 
SPIES IN YOUR EYES. 
WAY OF HONOR. 
Tarzan, Delorls Marie. 

FISH IN THE STARS. 
Tashge, Rose. 

WELCOME HOME. (R) 
Tassone, Jack. 

MISTER DOCTOR FREUD. 
Tate, Nahum. 

DIDO AND AENEAS. 
Taub, Jeanle Cook. 

HOME FROM THE CLOUDS. 
Tauber, Marcy. 

CYRANO D. BERGER. 
Taylor, Deems. 

DRAGON . 
Taylor, Nancy Carol. 

RAMPID'S HILLS. 
Taylor, Robert E. 

MOTIVATING HESITANT PROS- 
PECTS . 
OPENING UP SALES INTER- 
VIEW. 
SELLING THE PROGRAM. 
SOME IDEAS ABOUT PROS- 
PECTING. 
UNCOVERING NEEDS. 
Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilylch. 

SIEGERIN. (R) 
Telchmann, Howard. 

JULIA, JAKE, AND UNCLE JOE. 
Tele-Pellculas Independlentes 
de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. 
PONGALE PRECIO. 
Telesales, Inc. 

GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY 

COMMERCIAL - FILM NO. 64. 
GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY - FILM 

NO. 65. 
GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY - FILM 

NO. 66. 
GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY JUNE 
SALE COMMERCIAL - FILM 
NO. 63. 
Temessy, Stephen. 

LEGS, STOCKINGS AND PEACE. 
Temple/Morgan Enterprises, 
Inc . 
ADDRESS: UNKNOWN. 
Ten Braak, Fransje. 

CHRISTMAS CAME EARLY. 
Tepper, Herbert J. 

WAITING FOR THE STARS. 
Terase, Tla, pseud. SEE 

Daoust, Marie. 
Terra, Joe, pseud. SEE 

Terraclna, Joe. 
Terraclna, Joe. 

FIFTY MOONS. 
Terron, Carlo. 

COLLOQUIO COL TANGO. 
Thalia Films, Inc. 

MAD DOG COLL. 
Than, Joseph. 
FORT DU FOU. 



Theatre Promotions, Ltd. 
CARETAKER. 
SLIGHT ACHE. 
Thelen, F. 

ZIRKUSKIND. (R) 
Thielke, John. 

WASHING IS MY DISH. 
Thomas, A. C. 

LITTLE DOOR. 
Thomas, Alec. 

ONE FOR THE BIRDS. 
Thomas, Frank, Jr. 

KEYSPOT. 
Thomas, Sam. 

ONE FOR THE BIRDS. 
Thompson, Charlotte. 
REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK 
FARM. (R) 
Thompson, W. C, III, pseud. 
SEE Thompson, William 
Clarence, Jr. 
Thompson, William Clarence, 
Jr. 
WHERE SHADOWS TOUCH. 
Thompson-McDonald, 
Frederick A. 
AIR C. 
Thomson, Robert Copley. 

TO LOVE AND TO CHERISH. 
Thomson, Virgil. 

FOUR SAINTS IN THREE 

ACTS. (R) 
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 
Thorn, Ronald Scott. 

BED OF ROSES. 
Thornbald, Sven. 

DAISY CHAIN. 
Thurman, Beverly. 

LITTLE POOR MAN OF ASSISI. 
Tlernan, Kip, pseud. SEE 

Tie man, Mary Jane. 
Tiernan, Mary Jane. 

I'LL TELL THE WORLD. 
Tlmbrell & Co. 

FINANCIAL BOOBY TRAPS. 
Tinker, Robert Rutledge. 

TENANTS. 
Tlshenkel, Marcia. 

WIGWAM ON THE ROCKS. 
Tltheradge, Dion. 

WRITTEN ON FOOLSCAP. (R) 
Tonkonogy, Gertrude. 

THREE-CORNERED MOON. (R) 
Toops, Joyce. 

GOLD PLATED GLOVES. 
Toops, Thorndlke C. 

GOLD PLATED GLOVES. 
Topol, Lynette. 

FOR THE LOVE OF IRVING. 
Toras, Celt, pseud. SEE 

Scott, Earl. 
Total Television Products, 
Inc. 
HUNTER. 

KING AND ODIE. 
KING LEONARDO (AND HIS 

SHORT SUBJECTS) 
TOOTER. 
Town, Will. 

WELL OF HELL. 
Trace, Brigitte Kuettner. 
LEGEND OF DORA KASSEL. 
SOUAW MAN. 
Trace, Wayne B. 

LEGEND OF DORA KASSEL. 
SOUAW MAN. 
Trachtenberg, Mark. 
HERE COMES SONNY. 
Trapp, Maria Augusta. 

SOUND OF MUSIC. 
Trask, Willard R. 

EGMONT. 
Trautsch, Harold H. 

UNTO YOU, A SAVIOR. 
Travers, Ben. 

BIT OF A TEST. (R) 
Travers, Charles S. 

COLD MOLASSES. 
Treharne, Anthony Francis 
Bryceson. 
PRINCE OF PEDDLERS. (R) 



Treharne, Bryceson. 

PRINCE OF PEDDLERS. (R) 
Treharne, Maud Thackeray. 

PRINCE OF PEDDLERS. (R) 
Treichllnger, Wilhelm M. 

WELT AUF DEM MONDE. (R) 
Trick, Ormal B. 

BENEATH THIS SPIRE. 
Trojan Reupholstery Co., Inc. 

GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY COM- 
MERCIAL - FILM NO. 64. 

GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY - FILM 
NO. 65. 

GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY - FILM 
NO. 66. 

GIMBELS REUPHOLSTERY JUNE 
SALE COMMERCIAL - FILM 
NO. 6J. 
Tully, Charles F. 

OLDEST RANGER GENE TULLY. 
Tully, Eugene F. 

OLDEST RANGER GENE TULLY. 
Tully, May. 

MARY'S ANKLE. (R) 
Tumah, Marl, pseud. SEE 

Johnson, Dorothy Z. 
Turgenev, Ivan. 

LIZA. 
Turk, Mrs. Albert L. SEE 

Turk, Sylvia P. 
Turk, Sylvia P. 

SHE'S MINE. 
Turner, Thomas. 

UP. 
Turner, Winford S. 

WHERE IN THE WORLD HAVE 
YOU BEEN. 
Turnock, Dorothy. 

HAPPY RETURN. 
Tuttle, Anthony. 

AFTER THE BALL WAS OVER. 
Twardowski, Walter, Jr. 

BALLADYNA . 
Two Rivers Enterprises, Inc. 

PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT. 
Tymes, Stephen, pseud. SEE 

Tymoshek, Stephen. 
Tymoshek, Stephen. 

PARK BENCH. 



U 



Ubans, Marls U. 

SANDRA. 
Uher, Leo. 

MORD IM DOM. 
Underwood, Sophie Kerr. 

THEY'RE NONE OF THEM 
PERFECT. (R) 
Unger, Robert L. 

HALFBEAK. 
Union of American Hebrew 
Congregations. 

G'DEE CELEBRATES THE 
HOLIDAYS. 
Universal Edition, A.G. 

KREIDEKREIS. (R) 

MYSTERIUM VON DER GEBURTH 
DES HERRN. 

SIZILIANISCHE VESPER. 
Upham, T. C. 

APOTHEOSIS. 
Uren, Bertram Thomas. 

THIS SPECIAL DAY. 
Uren, Gertrude Horton. 

THIS SPECIAL DAY. 



V 



Vail, Robert. 

WITCHES ARE FOR WEARING. 
Valiant Division, Chrysler 

Corp. SEE Chrysler Corp. 

Valiant Division. 
Valles, Ad. 

HOOT OF THE OWL. 
Valles, Jordl. 

HOOT OF THE OWL. 
Valmain, Frederic. 

HOMICIDE PAR PRUDENCE. 



Van Buren, Charlotte M. 

WHITE FOLKS IS FUNNY. (R) 
Vanderlee, Ann. 

DEEP- IN STORIES EVERY 
AMERICAN SHOULD KNOW. 
Vanderlee, John. 

DEEP- IN STORIES EVERY 

AMERICAN SHOULD KNOW. 

Van Diest, Norman Henry. 

SLEEPY HOLLOW. 
Van Druten, John William. 
DISTAFF SIDE. (R) 
FAMOUS PLAYS OF 1932. (R) 
Vane, Norman Thaddeus, pseud. 

SEE Vein, Norman Thaddeus. 
Van Kampen, Barbara. SEE 

Smith, Barbara Van Kampen. 
Van Ness, William D. 

NAKED TRUTH. 
Van Praag, Van. 

SUMMER CIRCUS. 
Van Saher, Lilla. 

VILLA IN ROME. 
Varenne, Pierre, pseud. SEE 

Battendier, Pierre. 
Vari, John. 

FAREWELL, FAREWELL, EUGENE. 
Vasche, Karl Archibald. 

THERE ARE NO SCARS. 
Vassiliev, Sergius A. 

LIZA. 
Vaugeon, Henri. 

JOB. (R) 
Vein, Norman Thaddeus. 

EXPATRIATE . 
Velle, Louis. 
MOUSSELINE. 
Ver Becke, W. Edwin. 
TIME OF TREMBLING. 
Verdi, Giuseppe. 

KING FOR A DAY. 
Verity, Elma. 

CASTLE ON THE MOOR. 
Vernel, Claude. 

PASSION DU MAL. 
Vernon Music Corp. 

EGGHEAD AND I. 
Verve Records, Inc. 
DOWN TO EARTH. 
EDGE OF SHELLEY BERMAN. 
Verzeano, Katherine Morrill. 

SEE Morrill, Katherine. 
Vesey, Desmond. 

THREEPENNY OPERA. 
Vlckers, Ray. 

GOG ET MAGOG. 
Victor, Benjamin. 

BRIDE AND PREJUDICE. 
Vidal, Gore. 

BEST MAN. 
Vler, Eugene P. 

DOUBLE FACTORS. 
Vlereck, Peter. 

TREE WITCH. 
Visk (A. Guy) Writing Enter- 
prises. 
NIKITA, THE RUSSIAN DISC 
JOCKEY. 
Visk, Anthony Guy. 

NIKITA, THE RUSSIAN DISC 
JOCKEY. 
Visk, Tony. SEE Visk, 

Anthony Guy . 
Volkov, Leon. 

ANSWER MY HEART. 
Von der Goltz, Eric, Jr. SEE 

Goltz, Eric von der, Jr. 
Von Reznicek, Emll Nlckolaus. 
SEE Reznicek, Emll Nlck- 
olaus von. 
Von Schlegel, A. W. SEE 

Schlegel, A. W. von. 
Von Zamft, Emma. 

NIK AND CASTRONOVA. 
Von Zamft, Saul T. 

NIK AND CASTRONOVA. 
Vorhies, John R. 

IS IT NOT YET TIME. 
Vornholt, Roger. 

GREAT BANK ROBBERY. 
Voss, Gar. 

CHRISTMAS STORIES. 






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■ ur. 

»AR. 

Beer-Walbrur.: . . 
WHAT 

R) 

eud . SEE 

SALES PROMOCI 
■ 

co:- 

BEN-HUR. 
Walsh, Desmond, pseud. SEE 

Walsh. 

Walsh, Luella. 

JINX AT THE JOHNSO! 
Wang, Wer.. 

OUT LOVER S VOW. 
■lng, Brooke, pseud. SEE 
Waring. 
. : , pseud . SEE 

Washburn, Frederi: Baldwin. 
3aldwln. 

HUNDRED COLLAR RATS. 
Washington Square Press. 

PTH NIGHT. 
Waters, George '«'. 

SUICIDE CLUB. 
Watkyr. . 

NOT IN THE BOOK. 
■ .-on, Frank J. , Jr. 

DEER AND THE F i 
3DOM, U. S. 

YESSANNO. 
Waugh, Evelyn. 

LOVED ONE. 
Weale, Edith. 

'TWAS ON A SUNDAY MORNING. 
Weaver, Stephen S. 

COMMEANS. (R) 
Webb, Kenneth. 

PERFECT STATE. (R) 
Weber, Harry. 

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA. 
Webster, Pierce. 

STORY ABOUT FOREST LAWN. 
Wehner, George. 

MEMORIES. (R) 

SO SINGS THE BELL. 
Weldman, Jerome. 

FIORELLO. 
Welgert, Hans. 

RONDE. 
-1, Kurt. 

EHSEE. (R) 
Weinberger (Josef) Ltd. 

VOGELHANDLER. 
Weinberger (Josef) Muslkver- 
lag, G.M.B.H. 

HOFFMANNS ERZAHLUNGEN. 
Welner, Michael. 

SIX. 
Weiss, David. 

UNNAMED. 
Wei3S, Leatrlce J. 

LAST CHANCE. 
Wel3s, Phyllis Rooder. 

SPEECH IMPROVEMENT; DO-IT- 
YOURSELF. 
Welsse, Clifford. 

CHECKPOINT. 

SILENT BEAMS INTRUDE. 



Wellwarth, George E. 

CONVERSATION-SINFONIETTA . 
NATION BOW 

R ANOTHER. 
Wenzell, Catherine. 
ARCHH 

DOT OF MOTHER LOVE. (R) 

. M. 

VOGELHANDLER. 
Western Print. 4 Lithograph- 
ing 
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 

HOTTENTOT SONO. 

-.-, Griff 1: 
EXTRAVAOANT MISER. 
ion J. ) Co. 
RACKER SY.~ 
- 
LDAI 

;ead, Vlrg'. 
LUANA. 

. B. 
EPPECT OP MIXING INTENSITY 
N THE DISPERSION OP COAT- 
7ER. 

VISIT PROM THE DE\ 

:-d. 
SHORTHAND BY SOUND. 
SPELLINO MADE E 
Wlggln, Kate Douglas. 
REBECCA OP SUNNYBROOK 
FARM. (R) 

: Wilson. 
TRAGEDY OP THOMAS ANDROS. 

EARNEST IS THE WEST. 
Wilde, 

LITTLE SHOT. (R) 
Wild.- 

TLE SHOT. (R) 
■ 

BRIDE OP TOROZKA. (R) 
Wilding, Inc. 

CHECK. 

DODGE LINE DISPLAY PILM. 

FEEL FREE. 

POOD FOR THOUGHT. 

FUNDAMENTALS OP STAINLESS 
STEEL FABRICATION. 

ORAND OPENING. 

MEDAL POR MAX. 

1961 NEW CAR AND TRUCK 
INTRODUCTION. 

. VALIANT REVEAL SE- 
QUBN 

PACKAGINO; ADVERTISING; 
SALES PROMOTION. 

PIVOT LINE OF 1961 FOOD 
FREEZERS. 

SELLING SOLID COMFORT. 

SELLING TACTICS, INSIDE AND 
OUT. 

TRUE VALUE: A REPORT. 

WHAT'S NEW IN REFRIGERATORS. 

WORLD OF ARMCO. 
Wilkes, Michael. 

WALT WHITMAN'S DREAM. 
Wllkes-Manche3ter Productions. 

DEADLY GAME. 

ird, Clyde, pseud. SEE 

Hall, J. Lincoln. 
Williams, Emlyn. 

LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN. (R) 
Williams, Norma G. 

ILONA. 
Williams, Payne. 

WITHOUT END TO DARE. 
Williams, Tennessee. 

PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT. 
Willis, Constance. 

GARBITSCH AFFAIR. 
Willis Music Co. 

RABBIT WHO WANTED RED WINGS. 
Wlllner, A. M. 

CASIMIRS HIMMELFAHRT. (R) 
Wlllner, Alfred Eugen. 

CASIMIRS HIMMELFAHRT. (R) 



Wills, Dorothy J. 

GATE OF THE INN. 
Wilson, Don. 

ROUNDUP ON THE MOON. 
n, Dorothy Clarke. 

WHERE THE WORLD BEGINS. 
Wilson, Mrs. F. I. SEE 

Brides, I 
r:, Ira B. 

HIS CHRISTMAS STAR. (R) 
Wilson, J. D. 

END OF A NUISANCE, WE HOPE. 
Wilson, John. 

MR. BEDOBO AND TYRANNO- 
SAURUS REX. 
Wilson, Nelson Protheroe . 

LINCOLN AND OEN. SCOTT. 
Wilson, Ruth D. 

HENRY -ETTA. (R) 

Music Co. 

BIG TIME SPENDER. 
Wlnden, Warren Edward. 

HECTOR AND CALHOUN'S 
CHRISTMAS MIRACLE. 
Robert. SEE Bell, 

Gerald, pseud. 
Wlnsloe, Chrlsta. 

CHILDREN IN UNIPORM. (R) 

OESTERN UND HEUTE. (R) 
Wlnslow, Richard K. 

IKON. 

THEATRE SONO. 
Wlnsor, Travis. 

NEW HYPERTENSIVE PATIENT. 
Winter, Adelene M. 

POOR PRINCESS ANNABELLE. 
Winters, Jonathan. 

DOWN TO EARTH. 
Wlshman, Doris. 

NUDE ON THE MOON. 
Wltmark (M. ) Ic Sons. 

DANCINO ON MY TOES. 
Woltltz, Peter. 

DAYS OP ILLUSIONS. 
Woldman, Mrs. Edward E. 

SEE Woldman, Ellnore Reed. 
Woldman, Ellnore Reed. 

THEY BURNED THE RAINBOW. 
Wolf, Daisy. 

MAN IN THE HOUSE. 
Wolfe, Lloyd G. 

EMERGENCY ROOM. 
Wolfe, Winifred. 

ASK ANY GIRL. 
Wolff, Egon G. 

DIFFICULT BLUE. 
Wolff, Werner. 

TRAGODIE IN AREZZO. (R) 
Wolpe, Zelda S. 

WHY DID GOD MAKE US BLACK. 
Wood, Margaret. 

POOL'S ERRAND. 
Woodward, Eileen May. 

ALTAR OF THE GOD. 

FREE FOR ALL. 
Woollcott, Alexander. 

SNAKE IN THE GRASS. (R) 
Wright, Fannie. 

OUR SACRED TRUST. 
Wright, Harold Bell. 

SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS. 
Wright, Iovanna Lloyd. 

MARY MAGDALENE. 
Wright, Louis B. 

TWELFTH NIGHT. 
Wright, Mark. 

ABSOLUTELY TIME. 
Wright, Robert Joseph. 

HOUSE OF CARDS. 
Wunderlich, Heinz. 

DAME VOM MAXIM. 
Wunderlich, Lawrence. 

FOREIGN STRAND. 
Wyatt, Lucille. 

CRYSTAL BOWL. 
Wydawnlctwo Literackle. 

TETRALOGIA ANTYCZNA. 



Yablokoff, Herman, pseud. 
SEE Yablonlk, Hyman. 



Yablonlk, Hyman. 

MY SON AND I. 
Yale, Elsie Dune 

AUNT JANE'S CHRISTMAS. (R) 

CHRISTMAS MESSAGE. (R) 

GARDEN GUEST. (R) 

REDEEMER LIVETH. (R) 

SPIRIT OF MOTHER LOVE. (R) 
Yannl, Eugene. 

WHEN THE BOUGH BREAKS. 
Yerby, Lorees. SEE Dutton, 

Lorees Yerby. 
Yonah Music Co. 

DEVIL IN MY HEART. 
Young, John Wr 

HOW TO PRODUCE THE PLAY. 
Young, Melvln A. 

CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF 
HONOR. 



Zahorlk, Harold J. 

TIME AND THE SHADOW. 
Zalessky, Alexis Zalstem. 

SEE Zalstem-Zalessky . 

Alexis. 

•m-Zalessky, Alexis. 

AUTUMN VIOLINS. 
Zalud, E. Halter. SEE 

Halter-Zalud, E. 
Zamft, Emma von. SEE Von 

Zamft, Emma. 
Zamft, Saul T. von. SEE Von 

Zamft, Saul T. 
Zandarhal, Phillip A., pseud. 

SEE Flshbeln, Philip. 
Zandonal, Rlcardo. 

FARSA AMOROSA. (R) 
Zaner, Gene. 

HEARTBURN REST, U. S. A. 
Zankman, Harry. 

TATTERED WONDERLAND. 
Zeldelman, Claire. 

HANUKKAH TREE. 
Zeleskl, Antoinette. 

WINDING SHEET. 
Zeller, Carl. 

VOGELHANDLER. 
Zeller, Cerl Wolfgang. 

VOGELHANDLER. 
Zemllnsky, Alexander. 

KREIDEKREIS. (R) 
Zemllnsky, Louise. 

KREIDEKREIS. (R) 
Zoff, Otto. 

OLOCKEN VON LONDON. 
Zola, Emlle. 

NANA. 
Zoll, Loren K. 

VILLAGE SQUARE. 
Zonn, Lincoln M. 

SHOPLIFTER AND THE 
EXAMINER. 
Zuccolo, Guido. 

FARSA AMOROSA. (R) 
Zuckmayer, Carl. 

GESAMMELTE WERKE. 
Zwang, Edith. 

DRIVIN' ME CRAZY. 

FORCE FLUIDS. 

FORGET IT LINDA. 

GOOD SHOW. 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DEAR 
FRIEND . 

INSTANT CEIL. 

OH GYPSY, OH GYPSY. 

PLEASANT DREAMS. 

WAIT TILL I FINISH. 

WHO HARRY, WHAT. 

YOUR TAX IS SHOWING. 
Zwelg, Arnold. 

SOLDATENSPIELE. 



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